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TNIX 1UAWDFXP, SVUIfGM
The sidlse o'f thisInstit~ition-wil 1 e
* tepnmed on the 16th of .ianar, 1647.
Tho iterest matilfestedtowards his en
terprisei has indoced the Priailpsil to pur.
eh sE the establlshibent,' and lie 'Is now
ail ed Ittakgge'stenisiveinprovememnts
on th. buildinga.and gqrunds.
. The location, after having undergone the
test.of. more than a halfe -ciry,'as a place
of resort- for health, certainly needs no
new commendation. And the wyriter, (hav
ing a very strong consumptive tendency.)
from his own experience during the last
very severe winter, believes thai, the dry
ness of the atmoiphere rendere this one of
the beat winter, as well as summer resi
dences, that can be selected in the Sm'sth.
ern country. As regards health, economy,
and freedom from the inflynces that often
retard the progress of young ladies in vil
lages and towns, this Institution present
peculiar advantages: to which may be ad
ded, refined and intelligent socipty in its
It is the purpose of the Principal to
build up an institution in which'a thorough,
and, at the same time, accomplished edti
cation may be obtained; and regarding all
education as radically defective, which
does not aim at the formation and training
of the moral character according to the
spirit and precepts-of the Gospel, he wrill
endeavor to educate the hearts as well
as the minds and manners of his pupils,
and to prepare them for becoming useful
and Inteligent members of society.
IDlicacy forbids the Principal to speak
of 1he .competency of himself and Mrs.
DuBAosE to conduct such an Institution,
but lie pledges himself that the Teacher,
engaged, are of the first order in their de.
A Chapel has been opeacd, and the
young ladies will enjoy the advantages of
tegular religious services every Sabbath
The scholastie year will consist of t n
months. A vacation of two weeks will
be given from the 1st to the 15th of May,
and the exercises close on the 27th of No
TERMS FOR TEN MONTHS.
Board and Tuition, including
Fuel, Lights and Washing, 8150 00
Music-Piano or Guitar, inchl.
-ling Vocal Music and usc of
Instruments, - . - 50 00
Drawing and Paining, - 30 00
Spanish, German or Italian, 40 00
0rE-The terms, except the furnishing of
Stationery, will be the same as tIh, y have
becn during the present year.
REi. 3. J. DUBOSE, Mrs. M. E. DUBOSE
ISAAC AULD, .C1. Miss MARY IJORT.
Dr. AULD will deliver a course of Lec
tures on Chemistry during the year, and a
complete chemical and philosophical n ppa.
ratuts will be provided for illustrating by
e.<periments, tihe subjects of hie Lectures
Instruction in Vocal Music will form
part of the exercises of the school, bui
neither for this, Chemistry, nor Latin and
Greek, will there be any extra chargce.
The charge of $150 will cover all the ex.
penses of a pupil, tunless she receives in
struction in Instrument.ml Music, Drawving.
or the Modern Languages.
N- B.--Each young lady wvill be expect
ed to have her name distinctly marked on
every article of her clothing, and also to
furnish her own towecls.
Nov. 11, 1846. 2 t
.THE Subscriber respect fully announces to
-the citizens of Sumterville, amnd thme v'icini
ty, that lhe has opened ai school in this vil
huge, on Main si. opposite thme Druggist
Store, for instruction . -all the branichmes
o f English Education.
There will be four tcrms ofeleven weekr
*Terms, 81,00 for Elementairy Instruie
fun, 85,00 for Arithmetic, Granmmar, arnd
Geography ; $6,00 for Philosophy, Chm
lion on tihe Piano Forte, in Needle wvork4,
Sumnterville, Nov. 0, '46'
FROM the IHouse of the Subscriber, on
the 30th of October, a POCKE P BOOK.
cintaining, in cash,, Forty-six Dollairs anid
Eeighty-one cents, amnd two Notes, as f'oh
howvs: erne for 8220, given by Irvimn R ogers,
as Principal and~ Richard Brown as 8ceen
rity, dated February 1, l1840: and Dine for
65, given to the subscriber by Ilenry Pea
bles-date niot recollected. All persons
are hereby cautioned agaimnst Iradimng for
OZIAS M ATIllES.
Sumter District, Nov. 3, 18416. I 2t
Racon and Lard.
PRIME North Carolina Bacon tand best
Leaf Lard, for sale lowv by
M. DRUCKER & CO.
Camden Nov. 3, 1846.
New Figs, M~alaga Grapes,
- 25'Drumns New Figs; 5 k egs Mahaga G ra pes
50 boxes newv Prunems, f..nc~y boxes
10 boxes newv RaIsins; 10 hmalf boxes do do.
5 gr. boxes do do I box Lons.
I keg newy Tamarinds, which will be re
tailed by the pound.
DICKSON & L ATT A.
Camdt~on. S. C. Nov. 2S.
Piaflelioidinmntlity,.. SY 1i iAXTOI & It s
'Q5. ormtmndway. NeiwvYork, .cona ipi)g .3
page", royal oc;ayo.
!11'ERM-One Dollar, per year Inlad.
Vance; thre.ezepies for Two.Dll rs; eigi
copies for Five bollars.
Whlen Agrijeultural:8oieties prder the
Work ftr iptribution. olpiti tie mepiberv,
hm price wil he only FIFTY -CEN'LS
vqpr,.fsir the Il amhtlaly tNmbers, and SEV
NT'Y-FIVE CEMNTl' pei co4v for bound
.volumes. It will he expected. that. Ilese
orders conl e officilly,. aid be signied by
the President or Secretary of thfe Societiy.
The object orf pitting our periodical at this
vei-y low. rate is, t eei tefrnn
.,iftiobeamelit tile fmir-oig
comnmn ity more extemivelv than it could
otlerwise be donie. ,We hlope, heniceforthl,
to see the Agriculturist inl thie liianls of
every Farmer amid Plimter i the cmntry.
Ench number of the Atgricilttristi cii.
tains but Oim* sheet, and is traisporteal by
imail under the same rieLguliation nait news
papers,. viz: free any distaime inot over 30
miles from iis laicom of pmubaticntions; ovt-er
this and within 100 miles, for to fanfy town
iii the State-of New York, fine cent postage
filn eaicl nrmber, and one and a half cents
if over 100 miles, without the State.
Back Voluies if THE A3mEnICAN Acni.
CULTUnRIST, With table of contents Coml
plete, for sale at $1.00 each; elegantly
adm uniflormly bumidif in cloh, 81.25.
These are fhaidlsomile, tuastefuil books, 0ad
make very desirable premims fiar distri.
imuion wvith Agricuiltural Societies, and
slubl ilso finid mplace in all ur District
School. Libraries. - They cmistituto the
besta nd most complete treatise fimn Amneri
can Farmig. Stack-Breeliag, and 11lorti
culture, extant. Wheni several copies aire
ordered, a liberal discount will he maide.
Editors of newspapers miticing the num
hcre of this work imthly, or advertising
it, will be furnished .a coply uratis iimian
senalding such nmiotime to this aflice.
TEE CAMDENT BAZAR,
(orrusrE THE CA31DEN DANK.)
H. DIRUCKEIR & CO.
Would respectfully inform the citizens
of Sumter and the adjacment conatry, tham
they keep constantly oat hund a large and
splendid assortment (if
ENGLISIh, EINCI AND AMEIICAN
Tfogether with a largo- asso-rtment of
READY MADE CLOTIIING,
of the latest style, and all qualities.
A large and well ussortei stock of
G R O C.E1RIE S,
Of every description, with
Bagging, Rope and Twine,
Crockery, Hardware J, Cutler y
- A asO
A large Stock of flats Cups, Bonnets,
Boots anid Shoes, of all qualities andm4 pri
ces, and many-manmy art eles, tot immer.
ous to Mention.
For smile by M. DPUCK ER & CO.
Camnden. S. C. Nov. 6. 1810.
KentiucLy, N. U'narolina aind N.
4 Blils. Old Keitucky Rye 'Whiskey, vin.
taige of 1836
10 dli. Oltd Nonirth Caroilina3 Rlye Wh1iik
20 dlo- " " alow p riced
50 do. New Orleans llectified Wijkev
30 lims. Newt Orle'ais aol.iase,
20 4 Northil Calinaii~ 'himir. fair salme by
Dit'I'SON m& L.ATTA.
('mmame, R. C. N.' . 0. 1 i10l.
A gmoaad assorinentmcl? of 8sachmh-s. lliidles,
fuor saile l-,w lie M. DI)UCK lI & CO.
Cm.ammde'u. Naoiv. 3, I16 165.
20 l)..zn Congmress Wiater, pini;is
I5 " Pamvilin m imms
15 4 "i " ' aI
Pmor silblt'K1 l SvON m& L~ATT'..
Newv Iluckwhen4, 'anali ad %.
23 him is Phihimle' lplma ;i hicki i'I mhatI
10 barre'ls extram fine. Co.ial F lmour
50 biarrels Northi Camrslimi' Flu
- A J.
15 hmaxes EnglIishm~ Di ry Chee'me
'10 dom Gishem idm ado
DICtiSON & LATTlA.
Camdeni, S. (. N'iv. I8.
IBaconu ! NaconI !! Eiacona !
8000 lbs. Wembemmrn Sidea.s
5 barrelk Lard.
2 lirkimns Gaishenm Hiutier
25 FaaItlt Market smokedi Tain gues
Iisih PimImtmtimad Guaimns. Fmir saile bly
Cmimdeni, Naiv. IS.
A (mll asmsormmimet fl raron of every die
scriptin; Iimmvlow i Wrme am., fair sale hlaow
byv M D)iIUCK ElI & CO.
Camdenlei. No v. 0. 18-I6.
WVI LLI.A S. 1 I01 T, a bi<inay, tailledl he,
forem rme aiLa lit -'BAY 1l01S88, 13 yeamrs
d; appltramisedm at TIwenmy-aimve .m a Olliarsm.
'lThe aownaer can ha mmve thae abmove 11 arse bay
applyinig to WV. 8. 110y , Summtmer yille, S. C.
and pamyig chiarges.
T. J. DINKIJNS, Magistrate.
Summterville., 8. 1' Oa i. 26. 1840. 3 if
DOBY'S OL D STAN
Would respectfully inforin thecit
country, that tlicy lp ve optened an c
hvicli will be offered low. for CASI
times. - Tlieir facilities for keeping
guarantee satisfactioi to their dusto
10-holf. SUGAR, prime and lowv pried
I5 bhIs. DO.
300 loa, ves Double refined Loaf and Crash
ed. Also, fine.
5 barrels d13.
Ertcra'ie Hyson TEA. Fine do. do.
wosising (blaek) iii half pound papers.
Dit. very supeirior
Powsihng (do) in half pound pppers,
Bags old Java COFFEE
" Rio do old and new
Boxes Sperm Candles, 4, 5 and 6 to
Bonus Adumantuine (in papers) 0 to the
Boxes Charleston. made Tallow 6 to
I & 2 lb. canisters Preserved Salmon,
I Ili. eanisters Lobsters, hermetically
Jar.- mixed Pickales; do. Gherkins, q'is.
Caisters Sardincs (in oil) I and.2 lbs.
Layer Rtai!sins, (all einsters;) Zenie
Quarter boxes MR Raisios
Soft shelled Almonas
Drums Turkey Figs (sinall size)
Bordeaux Almonds, soft shelled
Boxes Getioa Citron, preserved with
East & West India Groceries assorted
Jars East 1. Preserved Ginger; Mac
Whole and grournd' Black Pepper; do.
Nutimegs, Cloves, Ginger Cinsmnon,
No. I Choe'late, prepared Cocoa
Und'erwood's Mustard in 1-2 and 1-4
Rosa Watter, LenionPine Apple,Siraw
berry, Rnspherry,anl Orgent Syrups
Sweet oil, Iarvey uhices Iteriding
lushroom Ketchup, Tomitto Ketch.
Paoli Vinegar, Stoughtos's Bitters
Soda lliscuit, Pic Nie-, Wuter, Pilot,
& Navy Ci ckers, Lemon do.
Pearl Siarch,(a sup. artitle) Fig Blue
Letter Paper, Foolscap do. ; Salt Pe
White Wine Vinegar, Cidaer alo.
Caiisters Dupont's Eagle Rifle Pow
d r ' r
Keies anad hluf ke~gs FFF. glaized dao.
,A fllI sass rtm n ofaci aS ho t, sill sizes
20h0 Sates SAI LT, extra large size, and ins
Na's. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel., Kitts Noa.
A LAlGE ST~OCK OF
BOOTS3 .ND SHOBS.
Weare nows~ openuing i FlZlI stock,
coampising every~r denscripiona oaf seweda~a andl
l'egLged' work, msiali in thae bes~t aimnnei~r.
par tenarly foir our rea*il Itradela, conmasisting
in pao the loll swinig kindse:
Light fair stih Phlihu~llphia~
H .ets at 85. 50 to 0 00
1 Is h uewed iad pegged Caat 2 50 to 4 00
Wast er Proofa sewe candt u
hegin l at 3 50 to (100
llaysewa 1dag ad pe'ggedtl hip.
and enirlS st 2 00 to 3 00'
sine cnI al sewe anisdt- peggead
wate loof' ~* liteis is L 50 to 2 00
Fiina'ea aI andii g.aamt se'wed anda
peard~ szaloesaia at 1 25 to 2 25
Stsn a If anda kip1 sewed and
pegged Iloastecs at 75 to 1 00
.ighst Ilesots, vssais sizes at 1 50 to 2 50
" aad stout Booiitees att 50 to I 25
Bhlick iad coeadia gnsiter Boaot
aees', paumps suad web~s at 1 50 to 1 75
Blacek a13.61 calorF'd guimer Slmas .
pup anda wvebs ait 50 to 1 25
Seahal aaleahr waslkinig [lus.
lsiiis andi Bloat~ s t 50 to 1 00
Best PhsihulaeIlphi a Shi ppers,
Ties sands Buskina, welats at 75 to 1 00
Blest colasr'd mo uroiCco i ad k id
ies ianda Slippers iat 75 to) 1 00
M1oroecco, kid 3am' lesathuer TIies
anmd Sli ppers at 37 to 75
Prune a'h Slippers and [Buskin
wa..lkings at 02 to 1 00
S4eal, lealsier andt morocco Doot
eues andue IBuskins at 37 to 87
Kid ani S French~I mosarocco T1ies'
andta Bmskinls at. 50 to 87
Prumnella iand col'd. gamnbroons rat 50 to 75
ftenthaer w~elt andl pump [Boot
ees at - 50to 87
CHII [LDRI EN'S
Black anda col'd mlorocco and kidi
T1ies att 25 5o002
nlaek tind cld~u aniser Roles nt 27 to 7.5
'~gso S,, 44Aw i V
xtenbsye assorlment o
I, at prices to coxtrespondjini the
up their supplies are ,uh, ato
Pine A pple Chese.Clu 6h' inkid
Goddsrd'a. Bru.mly,#,viotagvr of. 1805,
celbIrq tedl for-is uft fruity flavor.
Hferckenwrait & Low ndes' J. J. Du
- py's C. Brandy
D~o. Do., 1illad Gin
Newton, Gordon & Murdocks J
old Madeira .
-Do. - do. new -do. -
Pale Sherry, Sweet Melaga -
Old Jam-nica Rum,'old Scotchl
Bnsl Champaign, Cordials'ssorted
Bbls: Monongnhela Whiskey, . N.
0. Rectified do.
Bbls. N. E. Ruim
Double BroiW Stout Porter [Dunbers]
quarts and pints.
ScotC'Pale, very sunerior in pints
Philadelplaia Pale Ale,,in q'is and p'is
War''s'big grain Rice, etrictly piie;
2d1 quality don. poc
Goshien Butter, Nforthern Cheese, mild
andI rich K...
Pine A pplie Cheese, Codfish, ismoked
Nos. I, 2& 3 Mackerel, Kitis No.1 do.
Extra bleached Spe:ni 010, winter
strained Solar do.
Shne Blacking, Sal.EAratus, London
Coorper's Gelaine, Raspbirry Syrup,
Whole, half and utiarter boxes Soap,
COrna Brooms. boxes Table Salt, Paint
Jars Tamarins, in fine syrup
A full assoriment of CANDIES, of all
Sorts; Almond Soap; Fan,y do.
Extra Canal Flour, whole-and half bls.
A full nssormentof CROCKERY and
SEGA RS AND TOBACCO..
5.000 Waisbington Regalia. 8&-gars,:
3,000 Louisiana Florenda Regalia do.
4.000 Palhnas d. do;
6.000 Casailores do. do.
4,000 La Concoadia do. do.
0,000 Giold Leaf d1o,
5,000 La Norma - do.
4.000 Laranaga. do.
2,000 Principe do.
3.000 Panetellas . do.
10,000 3-4 Spanish io.
10,003 1-2 Spanish d o.
2 Boxes Myers Aromatic Tobacco,
2 * Tihonmas'sa 1.00 brand do.
2 " Watson's do.
5 " Myers 5's to lb. . do.
(3 " Young's l6's to'Ib- do.
Persns wisheitig to purchase, wiill find it
to their initerest to cull and cxamtine for
DICKSON & LATTA.
Onm nun S. C.I Nov. 0, 1840.
Lenathter, seal and morocco at 25 to 75
[ufuntis bl'k and col'd kid Bootecs at 25
Meni's and Boy'# Russet and
b lack Brogans 50 to 86
House servan's strop shoes
nn ad Buskins 50 to 75
w'h . feel no hesitancy to recomnmend,
as 1-hey aire ownm nnanflac u~yi n designedl
to givL: saitisfatctioni to~h purehs ry,
Calf skinas. Linaing tia~'Sb luher,
Shoe thrend aind all ki ndg of 8ioe Maker
Iuools always on hiin~I, and of thonbeit
Men's Black and Drnb B. B. p ' Ilas
" " fasl~ionable Beaver "?
" " Cassimers and Peaii ~irt
" Plujed, Caney, and .glazed
" ur, .Cloth, Velvet and glazed
Boy's Fanmey Drab sporting H~ats.
' ' " Clotn, velvet and, glazed
Cihldren's funcy cloth and v'elvet Caps,
.30) doz. rounds and square top wool Ihats,
v'ery low~ either at retail or by the dozen.
Ladi. a and Misses Leghbrn,i Tuscan,
Silk and IHomblazine in all their varieties
iand'shape, andt at prices thai. cannot be
if you wish to see NRATi' CitBAP andI
sioon shoes, give us a call-we do~ a bsa
business-have but mile price oun' objectbe
ig to establish a large retailtfrade, innfaakc
inne to pay ani extra proft to make'tip for
thie looses sustained b~y the credit systemnt
Our motto is "quick sales and smal
profits," or as our opponkditS say, "fn0
rroftr at all." - ,
Jry R EM EM BER, alltaoes 'soldl by uas
are warranted, anal in every instaitoe tips
11. BARTLETT & Co.
Store nearly ornsite the natih or Camdten
T H E Sbbserlbes ;late
TYPE EoUNk)RY In'*t
Yorik w here they ate reIyfd j1j~*'
dera to anyxenist, for enr k to
FANOY'ITYPE, and eve farlI ,
gary for ayPrinsing Office. ~il
The Tyetwhibe csti
from an entirely -ne' sitid Il
deep cotintersj are wirrijjtd t 9
passed by any, and wll be o d ( - mi't tbf
Printing Presses" furished, anfdTit
Stieam Engines of the most apr sved.$t
N B A Machinist is'co61ao4Ant
tendatice to do -light work. - 1!
Editors of newpapers, h4 b
three times-qs much type auv tiikr bilt
amount to, may give the. abo. Akiijtli
1inserlion in their papers.'and se hdr
paers conitaining it to-the subscribeuis.'
COCKCROFT & OVEREND,
Oct. 3, 18461 6:M 08AnnS.
THE SU TI R. .J w 2* *.
UDeBR n othe ave Title, i isg p eie to
piublish i paper in the To oluei
'slle. The paper will bo -*sied weekly,
bithirnprning of every i ednesday.
t.X 4 bherleved, that Sunyter District af
fords as mawny capabili ies for UanIngA
weekly newspaper, as a medini*of Ad Y
tsenient, General News andilBuuinesa. as
any of her sister Districts In the itate; and.
confiding'in this belief, we iniite, to our
coluims, the atiention of those, boiit 4jm
dus and the surrounding Districis, :j'slo
may be desirous of advertising and . fit,
to do so.., It is well known, that the sp
port of a.paperin general, dependa ,ot so
much on the magnitude of its subscriptiop
list, as'on the advertising Pgonage which
Vify receive. This is t cise ts.
InacountryTown, howeie 'r0, god.District,
as this is, we must depend on the paTp.
a e both of subscribi and adiertiser#.
Me hope, then, that ourenterprii6 till not
fail from wvant of enco ernwt
A strict attention will be paid'to thelfo
cal interests of the Town andDistrict,.and
wei sall endeavor to keep up, if necessary,
t Ie spirit and enthusiasm, which nlow ex.
ists,,An regard to the connexion of Sumter
with Charlesto aind Wilmingtons (N. C.)
by Rail Road.
lii Politics, TnE BANNER Avill be strict
ly. Dcmocratic, and %vill gi Vp firmsuppoq
ti tihe Naiopa Addynaiistration, so ar a4
it conforma iou he principles:upon wisidch
it secured the, suppor of. the Democratiq
party at 1he South.
The assistance of -a.friend, fully compe
tent to the task, lins beeni secused for t1p
editorial department. It is .not dermed
necessary to make .-an exporition. of -Ih
great variety of matter that will be ecu
tained in the pages of sour paper; suffice it
soy. that no pains nill be spared to rendler
it an acceptablevisiter in every family isi
the District. The undersigned trusts, that
the late failure in the attempt to establish
a paper in this platce, wvill not h3 permmitted
to operate unfavorably upon his enterprise.
Tme paper willilie printed on a super.
ruoyal sheet. wvith five columus to the page,
at Two Dollars anid Fifty Cents, if paidin
advance, Three Deliars, at time expiration
of six mnonthms, or Three Dollars and Fifty
Cents, at tihe end of .the year.
WI LLIA M Jo FtA NCIS,
Proprietor and Pubishc~e
N. B-For further particulars, ai rec
gards a Ivertizing, &c. see terms -on f Grst
piage. Communications on butsnss, &c.,
and subscriptions and adlvertisenments, ilil
be received at this ofler.
Subscriptions and adrcrtisements are
TfIE subscriber, being desirous of closing
his business ini this place, of'ers for sale,
rouir Lots of land in Sumiteruille gn Liber
ty street, each of whlich measures thirty
feel in front, by one hundred end- twenty
feet In depth.. Tme aboeVots adjoin;
and are now occupied; the firstblimos.
McGee, time second bye'oeph:mFeldeor, the
third by thme $ubscriber, andlehe fourth by
Lewis Johnson. Also, on. Lit cdntain
ing thirty Aeres, nore or lvs's, about one
mile east' of Suniterville,4 nown &s the
Brick Yard Lo;nfohroaoi in
miles east of Sumterviihe, con'taininjfif6r
'ac'es, moe oir less, .derma11ade-kno4t
on application to time subscriber In RNi
Sum ter vilie, S. C. Nov. ?5, 1846, 4 6t
Smoked Tongues, Beer, &c.
30 Fultonr Marke*tamoked Tongues,hsrge~
100 lbs. Smoked Beef.
50. lbs. Bologns Sausage *
Pickled'Beef ahd Pmrk
Kitts Sailmon and Ala kerel &ce &c.
*For salei by DICKSON & LAT~IrA
Cammden, N ov. 6. 1840.
Tme subseriber,' ~ould respectfully in
form the Planters ofSumter Dis rict, that
lie has just received a few. pieeW
whiich, for stoistnesb authi urab1y,1 .
surpphmed by any tidnger o inihlis
matket. Call and saisfvyoureel ofth'e
fact, atomy store, ivhmero OROCERlE8
andi other goods, will be sold remarkably
ch'ap for Cash. L. J. DINKI~ils.
Dee.2. 1846: '5 . .