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Bnuterni and W rn Monihly 34agt4
k~e~rnd Reroiw,"o South ~~ol. with
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thereon, unless at the option of the editor.
B. D. MINOR, Editor
Richmond, Viruinia, Oct. 1840.
TH E Subscriber respectfully announces to
the citizens of Sumterv'ille, and the vicini
ty, that he has opened a school in this v'il
lage, on Main at. opposite the Druggist
Store, for instruction in all the branches
of English Education.
There will be four terms ofeleven wveeks
Terms, 64,00 for Elementary Instrue.
inn, *5,00 for Arithmetic, Grammar, and
Geography; *6,00 for Philosophy, Chem.
N, B. Mis. Bowles, will give instrue
tion on the Piano Forte, in Needle work,
'H. E. BOWLES.
Sumtlerville, Nov. 0, '40.
FROM the House of the Subiscriber, on
the 30th of October, a POCKE I' BOOK,
containingrin essh, Forty-six Dollars andl
Eeighity-one cents,.and two Notes, as foil
loiws: onie for S220, given by Irvin Rogers,
as Principal and Richard Brown as Secu
rity, dlatedI February 1, 1840. and one for
*5, given to the subscriber by Ileuary Pea.
bles-dato not recollected, All person.
are hereby cautioned against trading for
Sumter District, Nov. 3, 18460. I 2t
Bacon and Lard.
PRIME North Carolina Bacon and beat
Leaf Lard, for sale low by
M. DRUCKER & CO.
Camdlen Nov. 3, 1946.
bBY' OLD ST AN
Would respectfuly eini'paji tfci
cou tryhtiat they have o ed an
~iECT G~ I
whie ilL offered low for'CASI
iiite'. The ir f.tetlities'for keepi tig
gd qmteseaidftint l custo
- -THF-Y HAVE
1(lhus. SUG ARdt prime.and4l low pricel
3006loaves.Dooble reiini Loaf anid Crash
ed. Alsom fine.
Entra fine Hyson TEA. -Fino do. do.
Odolong,(black)-in half pound papers.
Do. very superior
- P }:ong (dl) in half pound papers,
4ags'oj Java COFFEE
' Rio do old and new
Boxes Sperm Candles, 4, 5 and 0 to
the- potund I
Bou.s Adamantine (in papers) 0 to the
Boxes Charleston made Tallow 6 to
1 & 2 lb. canistersaPreserved Salmon,
hermetieally -sea ed -
I lb. canisters. Lobsters, hermetically
Jars mixed Pickles; do. Gherkins, q'is.
Canisters -Sardines (in oil) I and 2 lbs.
Layer Raisins, (all ilusters;) Zante
Quarter boxes MR Raisitis
Drums Tut key Figs (small size)
Bordeasix Almonds, soft shelled
Boxes Genoa Citron, preserved with
-East &.West India Groceries assorted
Jars East 1. Preserved Ginger; Mac
Whole and ground Black Pepper; do.
Nutmegs, Cloves, Ginger Cinnamon,
No. I Chociate, prepared Cocoa
Underwood's Mustard in 1-2 and 1.4
-Ross -Water, LemonPine Apple, Siraw
A er ey,Raspherry,andI Orgent Syrups
SWeo. oil, Harvey Sauces Reading
Mushroom Ketchup, Tomato Ketch.
Paoli Vinegar, Stoughton's Bitters
Sodi Biscuit, Pic Nie, WVater, Pilot,
& Navy Crackers, Lemon do.
1Vearl Starch, (a sup. article) Fig Blue
Letter Paper, Foolscap do.; Salt Pe
White Wine Vinegar, Cider do.
Cuisiters Dupont's Eagle Rifle Pow
Kegs and half kegs FFF. glazed d..
A full agssortmuent of Shot, all sizes
200 Sacs SA LT1, extra large size, and in
No's. 1, 2 anid 3 Miuckerel1, Kitts No.
A LAltt NTOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES.
WVe are now opentig ourt Fall stock,
compnhrisinug every descri ptin ofi sewevd andh
peggedl work, muttle itn the best main ner.
particularly for our retail tradei, consisting
in piart of thae flowing kinds:
Light fatir stitch Philadelphia
Boots at 85 50 to 6 00
Light sewed and pegged at 2 50 to 4 00
WVater Proof sewed and
peggedh at 3 50 to 41 00
Ileary sewved and pegged kip
andI calf at 2 00 to 3 00
Fine calf sewved and pegged
watlerlproof1 Bootee.s at 1 50 to 2 00
Fine calfanid goat sewed and
pegged Btoolees at 1 25 to 2 25
Stout calfande kip sewed amnd
pegged Bootees at 75 to 1 00
Light Boots, various sizes at 1 50 to 2 50
" anid stout Bootees at 50 to 1 25
Black and coloredl gaiter Boot
ees, p)um~ps andh wvebs at 1 50 to 1 75
Black andl color'd gaiter Shioes
pumps andi welts at -50 to 1 25
Seal and leather wvalkinig Bus.
kinis and Boots at 50 to 1 00
Beat Philadelphulia Slippers,
T1ies and Buskin, welts at 75 to 1 00
Best color'dI morocco and kid
Ties and.Slippers at 75 to 1 00
IMorocco, kid ant leather Ties
aid Slippers at 37 to 75
Prunolla Slippers anal Btuskin
walkinug at 62 to 1 00
Seal, leather and morocco Boot
ens and flmskins a t 37 to 87
Kid anal French mnorocco Ties
anal Buskins at 50 to 87
Prunella and col'.l. gambroons rat 50 to 75
Leather wvelt and pumpl Boot
eeu at' 50 to 87
Black andl col'd mornecco and kid
Ties at 25 to 62
nBlac; sna..coeagatcr n.-,e ...,at ,71 7r
DCAMDEN S. O,
I en f Suniter and th6 adjacen :
atensive 1s inormeh i
I1 at ric.s t-cOir
tp t wif sni ylles'-4a .e C
ON BAND- -
Pine A pple Cheese, C dfish, swked '
- Goddard's Br'ny, vintage of 1805
celeibrateil for i's soft fruity flavor I
lerckenwrait li& Luwvndo' J. J. Du- a
py s C. Branay a
Do. Do. Holland Gin 1
Newton. Gordon & Murdocks
Do.' . new do.
Pale Sherry, Swee' Malaga *
Old Jamaica Rum, old Scotch t
Baskets Champign, Cordials assortedI
Bble. Monongahela Whikkey, do. i, I
0. Rectified do.
Bhls. N. E. Ruin
Double Brown tut Poitei [Dunbers] i
quarts and pints.
Scotch Pole, very superior In pints i
Philadelphia Piale Ale, in q'is and p'ts
Ward's big grain Rice, etsrctly priine;
2d quality do ,"
Goshen Butter, Northern Cheesermld
Pine AppleesChEesoi, Codfish, smoked
Nos. i, 2& 3 Mackerc/litlts No.1 do*"
Extra bleached: Spe:m Oil,. winter i
strained Sihur do.
Shoe Blacking, Sal Eratus, London I
*Shred isinglass , .I
Cootper's Gelatine, Raspberry Syrup, i
Whole, hialf aid quarter boxes Soag, 1
Corn Brooms. boxes Table Salt, Paint
Jars Tamarias, in fine syrup
A fuill assortment of CANDIES, of all
sorts; Almond Soap; Fancy do.
Extra Canal Flour, whole and half bls.
A fuillaissortment of CROCKE RYand
. SEGARS AND TOBACCO.
5.000 Wiashington Reg'alia Segirs,
3,000 Louisiana Florenda Regalia do.
4.000 Palmas d-,. do
5.000 Casadores do. do.
4,000 La Conroidia do. do.
0.000 (11ld Leaf do*
5.000 La Norma do.
4.000 Laranagas do.
2,000 P.rifwipo dd.
3.000-Piinetellas - do.
10,000 3-4 Spanish. 'do
10,000 1.2 Spanish , -d o.
2 Boxes Myers Aromatic Tobacco, a
2 " Thonas's $L00 brand do. I
2 " W1ason' do.
5 " Myers 5's to lb. do.
6 "' - o,' 10's tc lb- do.
Persons wishing to purchase, will finti 1t1.
to their Interest to call'antI examineM Io'
DICKSON & LATrTA..r
Camden, S. C., Nov 0, 1840.
Leather, senl and morocco at 25 to' 75 I
Incfants bl'k anid col'd kid Bohoters at 25
Men's and Boy's Russet and
black Blriguans 50 toS85
Ilouse servnat's strap shones
and Buskins 50 to 75
which wve feel no hesitancy to recommnend,
as they are own mannfactory and designed
to give satIsfaction to the purchaser.
Call skins, Lining skinas, Shoe leather,
Shoe thread and all kinds of~lhoe Makers
tools always on hand, and of the best
Meni's Black and Drab B. B. plain Hats
"" fashionable Beaver "
" " Cassimers and Pearl sport.
" " Plated, Caney and glazed
" Pr, Cloth, Velvet and glazed
Boy's Fancy Drab sporting Hats.
" "Cloin, velvet and glazed
Childiten's fancy cloth and velvet Caps,
30 doz. round and square top wool Elate,
very low either at ret'ail or by the dozen.
Ladie-s and Misses Leghorn, Tuscan,
Nepoalitan HIrnw, Willow, Lawn, Mledina,
8ilk and Bomhazine in all their varieties
and'shaapes, and at prices that cannot be
if you wish to see NEAT, ChEAP andl
aoSUO shoes, give us a call-we do a ensh
btusiness-have but one price our object be
ing to establisha a large retail trade, and ask
none to pay an extra profit to make up for
the looses sustained by the credit system.
Our motto is "quick sales and small
proftits," or as our opaponents say, "no
profits at all."
jRMEMlBER, all shoes sold by' us
are warranted, and in every instance tips
I epairedi without chargeo
II. BAlIT LETT1 &. Co.
Htore nely opnoaite the inkonf Camdnn.
Vis kiptie- 0
U:R e.ps.hea 1e
~0 ..J.. ,
I e papri
%.IV it.e rm
prt01 pl pjr. 5f In 4 gqeV. pp r.6
penleita.IW aJ lf4'
s end. the ir r d 6ing 4c s, h1io
say bi Aeairot~ QW egtf5ng- andeef
prt snfm paxper igueget gepepjie pot ,50
sisaonitie aiIteriiping patronage which
g~yrecedy? .This is thbe crn irili~s
n a ciunttry.Toivn, however, and Dslitii
a thIs Is weinissr'dijegd ohitlitopairn
ge..ntlt pf .sib'eribers pnt adergtigrers
V.0, hbpe, then, that ip enterprjs0 ill n4t
a.; ,ro.pwant of encouragem.e.i. % '
A sitstention will be paid totie I1.
.1 inteiatsO the Town: and Distriic44n
rehl pe r oketpl necessary,
lie spirit and eqthlsiasm ,. yhhnow"ex-:
*si)f regard to the binneloin of uimter
Fith Charleston and.Wilmington, (N. C)
y Rail Road.
InPpiti, 'Tun rBa4RICI will'e strict:
y D6ocratic, apd tvilligse a frm upport
o the National Administetion so faras.
t conforms to the lesu onhtch
u secui.i the suppor h moysici
iarty e Suth np. O . :ap .
TIle assitange of frien d fillyf ,mpd
en to the ;task, hms been seeded for he
diorial eparimenm. It is .it.,deemed'
iecessarys te malta an expiition of tie
rreat varietifjatte;rthat ill :be con
ained. in, the pages of our paper;: suffice it'
ny..that nepains will be opeaedio render
t.an. acceptable visiter in every fansly -in
he District. Tle ndersigned trusts. thati
he late failure in the attenipttd eistaIlih!
mpaptr.in .this plaicegwill-not be permitted
o operate unfavorably upon his enterprise.
The paper will be printed on a super.
nyal isheeii.ithfivejecoluminstothe jrage,
t Two Dollars and Fifty Cints,.if paid in
idvance, rhr0e DillarF, 't the exmdration
>f six months,drl'Tliee P6 ai n Fifty
,ents, at the endef thieyear.
WILLIANki J. FRAfNCIS,
Proprieto- pn4 Paltehe .
N. B.-For furtherItrt(ulars "as re?
irds a Ivertizing, &ciee terms on " t
)age. Cimminication' &biusiies'&.
iid stbscristidns ned velitiselbenis, 'ill
>e receired at the office of(MArs.&M
tANr &,RcuanosoN, of it Uie-'piil66i*ng
oon of ,the paper.. ...
Subscriptions and dadvertisements are
TO ,T "F P)rWUI C
I'H E Session of Congres, which isabout
o terminate, wil lie eJopgu nd gratefully,
emepmberedl :1y iallt true .republi cans for
lie triumphant. success of iany .of their
herished-principles and measurs. . While
ve heartily rijoice at the triump lh -of the
)rinCiples which 'it has.'licen our constant
-fr.rt .to ad.ate and defend, and, fromt
which nprosperity, no adlvessity. can
.' erve s we cannot ;be.unnmindfuluff the
ttiam..dt in wieh .ge are placed. by a' recent
'ote of boils houtse's otCengrpes: we'alae
o the contempj'ated, withdrawal of 1hvlr pat,
onage from-the newsapler press. *. Tu:thiis
lcecisionr we cheerfully ihow, sensibly as we
re of the patriotice mdtjves .ythicIhave led
emit. But we truisl that titis elecsjio c Cone
ress increa ses ratiher, tljan udiqpiniees ip
:iaim to tje' eSippgrt of a hjggher apwry for
hate of the people, and to tlberm;* confidetti
y a ppeal to aid ,u,-by their p5atrogage,
metainaing at thmeseatofi goverxnent a Jjur
ml that is infle'ximty udevu'ted to. the *Ister
ests ofl the country. - '
'is knowtu to every one7that thae chief
teotrce of suistainining a newspapet: is.tnt
to magnisade .of. its subsoriptiotilist, so
rmiuch as the advertiinz irtis'ge which
may be'bestoived'unj t. 4, lrge co#NIf
rmercial cities, imelqed, th'e hitter is usually
Lhe concomnianId~he forrier, s'ifbecomnes
the obvious intfreist of mercantile 4mem to
advertise-In 'ahose papers whiclifir the
ins etnively circulated.~ Wasin'ng
on, however, is difrerentif simuated."-4De.
wrived oif the adhertising patronage. inch
lent to1 a nmercan'tile conimunity.' and buir
leed with peculiar and enormous expeni
teswhlich are not elsewhere incurret), nodh
ng but a very long$list of sn'bscribing'pe.
~runas can suistain a paper in ;L'seftlness
I., indeed, even in existence. The proprie
e'ra of the "Union'' have hitherto aparedi
no rains, and no expense, to make their
paper wvorthy of the metropolis, and wvorthmy
if' thme susppmort of that great party under
whose banner they are enlisted. In pmublish.
ing the most full and ample'debates of the
two homuses uu(Congress, It is believed, ever
before attempted on this continent in a dai
ly neuspaper, they hare secnred the servi
ees of the best reporiers which~ the coun
try uaffordede, but at the enormou scost of
S12,000 or or $15,000 petr ye'ar. Their
extensive foreign and doiniest ic corres
pondence is another large item of ex.
pense, bnt tihe itnstructive -usefulness of
which is so highly comimendedl anmd apirer
r'iatedl as tom justify almost any outlay tum
attain It. Still, it must be evident athat
these heavy expenses cannot he burne, un.
less time stubsc'riptionm list is conmnsuraae
to time undertamkingt anti althmotugh wre .can
boast of 15.000 subscribers, (including'dai.
ly, tri-weekly, and weekly,) hut thais lii
must lie still consilerably enlarged to ernable
the proprietors of thme "Utnion" to s~stiin
31' T o .
w 9lropoupdawisout any1-t,
ENLA GE t4 lBT EI
The "WEEK NI
C nadire ,p r6
p nat -e d
ent pze,g w ial; eson Ae ena 1dig g
ygvr "il Mihmay ap r1
extremnel ow4~~ ~~~~h
give, in tiseedin oa cImp
sea ,of TCngreiG--4h'ds retierI,'M
"Weekij ~i~' ad'f[Rg mo al (pj&
of inforinmation to ali classes oi'our.cm .
But~toenetbteau fts U hf. nuie~r
anexteio eblicripi liip: isab
indispn *bls . N' 4 -
P . 0.
We. seize tis opportunity to ad
sonie delay hat taken platei pbtied~y
nm jeit pfes, rhch hi dtff~
early,l~iser3 to dourje'.n p~
shall-make a'rneet iaed
defe8In o to 0h je
ter Ji pesent oweeigjatriasr p
plaint will be madertipon ihisimuisjacta A
CQNGR.ESIONAL R EGTEIR.
In 'liion t ift
solfe<Ld ipplish..cinng thies se~sji A
tahe natiunuldleglasaatjre, a"Ctgene&
Register," t, be d
contain a FULL, R~qtT~o
oceeingsnd deblit0f b p11 p.
dleed, the ar.rangemnents whichef a hay
madenith the very best corj1o reoIr 2
will enable-usto -1ve ee
driizribigisU sesi p i10 Isa
tn tnsg% gsgiei
e. tetn ,v
by an ex tice eito i
the acts passed r il e r a
sya Aspasof tlitef.onit Ishini. rfei~& e,
whren necesqar.n1ti ragioy. Ihrgislation:
Tbis will forn the upost complete busto;'
teelr'oftelie ssln fogess apitwa bfu.
niid illiea pice W ltVENT
,t'ns fd ithe neisaeInon, *
Reitr' -!jPUto!5L ari -Ystiirjse toa
heTCfn ri e r.a'l.
aWii' eagissiai by n- -?
y irnishei b th9 :i r
ftrifn ha AR5I4 pt e6in!
pNcu, with be entrih, ahn t
5 opt.swit Oi. i or - i n I40
We Ve 6 em- eeky j2
ri6gth 6x een -V so
ce1e0 enyof e' Co roba 0
20 2 Coession IF 1 0
the cts Oaie oI ni pesoi e '
upo oirbos ulfthe Tah payen - o I"
Wa5 SemAu'iWeek0, 206. ~
T0 f el, do, 5
20 _ Chee1.0
1The scers ' ' perve Opl eNt ee
upn OUNookn th pay of p ia
susripi bwme m'ey ae radya nte.pp Z.
Washito ngetn, or a20, 18i46.fJ~
sar fr Pihing -Wahih.ouse.
Tok he e thich ateuriead No otm pl -r
drsom anyetienew forant 'f J ~eiIsijr
dieeptenentegg wrh rraned'to be mu
passed by any, and will be sold atj icsj a
suit the times. - --
Printing ?rpsses nArnilshedl,
Steant Engintgaof -ths, ms aj~ptv4
terns. - - -
-N.DB.A Machinist is cohstn a
tendaticeito udo light work. :
Editors -of hnewriapers, ujbo t
three times as ne ;ip4 sde
amouant to, m'ay gite th1e shoIz airn
iusertlon in theit papers, andtfldi t
paers containing it to the -subscribers.F
COCK CROFT & 105J!"? 1%'
Oct, 3, 1840,2 1 Qm ' iK e
A full assortenpIo Itr-'fo evetie,
by .14 ~UCKERiA&O