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BlhiltebpvIIyIe Carriia . and
JAMES W. AM31BROSE still contin-s to
carry on tie ahove business in all its various
branches,. and takes this. method of returning
blIs thanks to his friends for their liberal patron
*ugt, and bpens by close attention to business to
still merit the same. CA-lItIA(ES AND HU(:
OIES mnadeto order and warrnted for twelve
itosnths. If they shon!d fail in that time in
point- of 'ot'knitnah1p orinateridl. they will he
rpaired:free of charge. iMe deems it asnee..
6 mry t9 say an'ything in regard to the neat
teas Antl'durabilitvof his work, as his work
tVi!l show- for itself. Call on hin at Bishop.
Villeanad be will give as,good heqrgains as can
be hail in.Chorlea
Ile also soes pluigl'w-wrk di short'titlte..
I~stre-shoeing done with'neatness and dispatch
at. $1.50 all r nsd. Iis terms for new work
will be to suit purchasers.-Witlh interest al
shopville, S. C., Jan'y 18th, 1851 .12-'m
AVING moved to the stand heretfore
acetipiell by D. .T. Winn, (next. door
h1 'Cleina's'Hotel.) and it bing better adapt
- ed- lb or business, than the one previouslv oc.
-epped byy us, we are uow prepared to carry it
on more extensively than heretofire, and are
eduIidmnt of sellng on as reasonable tenns as
Vany retail lrng Store in tho.State. Our Stock
is constantly kept. up and . carefully selectud
as good wholesale houses as New York
.jhallenton can afTyrd.
r nd afer returning our most sincere thanks
to oulr :nstomers and the public generally for
the very liberal patromage. bestowed on us the
Previous year, still continue to solicit t pr
etlon of the saute.
W. JAS. DARGAN & Co.
Sumterville, Jan. 1, 1851. 10-t
Dr.W. Jas.Dargan & Co.
RETAIL DEALERS in Drugs, Medi
cines. Paints, (ils, Dvre sir's, Pa
tent Medicites, Window Glai, Perfum erv,
Fancy Articles, and a variety of other articles
usually kept in Drug Stores.
Jxo. W. DA nIOA, W. JAS. DARGAN, M. D.
1 Next door to China's Hotel.
Jan. 2, 1854. 10-atf.
A Conodious and confortable Dwelling
House, with a b::sem ent apartmne:t
and good out-bnildinLvq. The hlonse is
situated on Watlsington Street convenient
for business. To. a good tenant it will be
-rented low. For terntrs apply to
J. R. LO(A N.
Sunterville, Jan. 11ht, 1854. 11-tf.
IIE SUBSCRIBER ofTers for sale on
J very reasonable form:s, some vainable
improved and unimproved lots in the Town of
iumterville. For partienlars, apply to
Suitterv ille, Jan. 3d, L851. 10t-tf.
To' The Public,
JAMiES H. CLARK hseszs leave! to note.
'y the ci:izen:-s of Sttntereile ind the vi.
cinsity, that he is now prep;ared to give his
entire attention to any business in the
:auction lise. Ile has land sue experience.
'and hopeis by diligensce snd attention to
merit a share of pubalbe favor.
Ssntervilie, lani. 1Ith., 18M . 11-tif
rBAMVUEL C, DUNN & CO.,
97 DeA Street, 20) Isnyne Streset,
New' York. Cha~rleston, S. C.
Thes Snbscritici- t-esroet (slly infoarms hsis es
onmers and the public that hes canotsl carry isi
his- bnsiness org a credlit sof twelve umsonths.
Prompt cusstornei whsd itlay favsir him w-ith
their wsork ady exlxpit to be caslled on att any
ime for monsey whenh the article is wantesd.
lie regmirns Idis thanks fsor the liberatl pa~trsige
wvhich lhe hsas reineivedI..
Jnniialiy 3, 1854 itd Gus.
Fall Goods! Fall Goods
hihfAL~R & N EWBOERY woussld resipent fully
infani thssir fricipls and the Public genserally,
that they have just receivedl a large and wetlde
lescted Stdck of
FALL ANt) WINTER GOODS,'
-embracing every quality ands style of L A lI I*W
DR tESS GOODS ;hIeavy Gosssl, &.c., trcr
~s, Bootss andi Shoes of e'very sdescriptison; lats t
.yie I~at stindt Caps i5I:lwasre andI (Ogcke'ry;
endasy Masde Clothing, etc'. etc., to wIch sthey
partientarly invite attentin.
A lot of CIIOICE SEG AlRS.
.FELLOW CITIZENS :--It is a painaful task
tosdun, bu t stern necessity andt your neg llgsnce
nil forgetfsulnuss, demand that I shlwd renminsd
il thsosi .indhebsed to at, eithser by note or ae
cosmrt, to comeis to taw with the c.hinuk, hidles or
corn at the nill, on or before the fret alonday
n 31archa next, to save yourselves of displeas
i nd\li to cheat Lawyers, Sherifys andI petty
b-tlelss oust of cost, fur
t thme loss of a penny
You'll grumble and groan,
As though ste rheumatics
Were piercing each hione,
- 'Thse ghost ofbhad sbillings
Forever you will husunt,
.,And yon shsake, least to-morrow
Sholsld bring you to want.*
8' Pay usp, and save costs, and thsere will
et le a crust left you.
*W3. FR ANCIS IIUTLE R.
,Jn 5 1854 13 .tf.
'rhankful flur past favors, respetfully an
tionnie to the 'ommntsnis y that lie ims scson
innodh the proprietotahip of the "SUJ31TI''R
HIOUSE," .ad pow keeps, its a pirivate board-.
Lint htouse, thes residence forsmerly Ocenapiedl by
3Mrs. Gayle, And belonging to Mirs. Ilaynesworth,
whlere he will be happy toenitertain a few inore
I'. 5.--He ivouMs especially say so those, whlo
Lave~ beens indesbtedl jo bims for lo thsese msansy
years to come forwvard andI settle tup, as forbear
- afieb hiad ceased to bo a virtue, ssnd mn ney hie
reh--J, 1851 - 144.
. a aleone smore clsass in ult morning be
''tweens 150 and twelve, TIhse lasies or Genitle.
sin whso may lash to joina, apply at once. My
prig will bin tno rttpilon tb tt.c. number ofscho
Isuu;On the 4th of usly nest a French Vaudeville
Ill. be perform-ed by. my Frenchs schoslars.
Iereafer 4 isen s of 36 lessoiss, wvill cots
seite a ems ru'e forIi~ hestme pricis a' theu orig.
ihlrtyn x keisut.GO. y;. TI'hEODOR P,.
I,18.5Ir *14 . - :St.
' IMI'OR7'ERS OF
Frenachs, Irit dist amd Geranzna
209 and 211 King-areet corner of Mar
ClIARi ES'TON, S. C.
CARPE'I'INGS.--Ianrain, 3 Plys, Brim.
sels TIapesctry snnd Velvetsi.
CUR'19IN MATEIUAI.8, in Silk, Satin,
CURtTAIN CAM1RICS and AMUSLINS, in
l',3IBROI'DEIuli) LACE and MUSLIN
CURTAINS, all styles.
GILT COItNICiS, in all the now designs.
CURTAIN G1Ml'S, IIOLDEIls,,LOoPs,
TASSC LS, &e.,
I)tAl'EItY CORI)S and I1.1. ROPES,
in all varieties.
IUItITISlI and A3IERICAN FLOOR OIL
iILVElt and GilTr STAIR RODS and
STAllt CARPE; TINGS. of all styles.
WI iITON, VELVET, ad A XMINSTEIR
RiGS, in great variety.
PLANTATION WO 0LENS-B L A N.
KETS, PI.AINS. KEISKYS, (;APS.&c.
Ited and White FLANNELS, SIIIRTIN;S,
UOT'rON OSNAJUtRGS, of all tho best
-nglish and American CorrON FLAN
French. English, and Americian PlNTS.
LININS OF, Itit'llAlil)SON'S superior
make, for Sheeti.mes, Shirtiags, Pillow Cases,
Table Damasks, Dlylies, Napkins, 'rowellirgs,
IInekahlacks, Fruit Cloths, It. E. Diapers,
Grass Cloths, &e.
CLOTIIS, CASS1IEIlS and VESTINGS,
of hest French Goods.
SEtVANTS CLOTHS, in all the shadelsof
SATINEI'S, TWEEDS, .EANS and LIN
SEYS, of all qualities and styles.
wlT A FULIJ AaiSBarTalENT OF
Rich Dress Goods.
In ti -KS,'iSSIU'ES,.IAtE(lWES,GItE-:N
AlIIN ES, Mil'Sl.INS, &e.
IHOMIIAZINES, A LIPACAS and MOUltN
ING GOOI)S, in great varietY.
E1llI (L)$ERS and I.C- GOODS, ofev
EVENING DIESS Goods in Great variety,
All the'above are of our own
DIRECT :.11PORTAT 3lO ,
and nfyered at the I.OWF.ST 3A RIKE'T Prices.
'1la1ilS.-Cash, or City Acceptance.
tJ The ne price sy'stem strictly ad-1
hered to, atnd all Goodals Warranted.
IIROWNING' & l1EMAN.
Charleston, S. C., Jan, 6th, 185-1. 11 tf
Colui mbia, S. C.
Mr. .1 A NN :\-. in cninection with aMr IU. W.
II AltillS and Dr. T. .1. GOODWYN, having
purchtaseI that fine and cr mrnudionl tstiahlish
toent herenoiare known as the C:ONGA u i:
IIOt'SE, it will hereafter'he desinated aes
"JANN EY'S IIOt .'L."
In annonneing this to the puhlic.. the propri
etors feel that it is nt necessary to preFCet in
detail the intalrenent anti aidvantages which
the Ilotel presents. Its luwation, its cnmmoli.
onsness, and the improveients cntenpInteal
by the pre-sent managers, will. they feel satis
fied, allierd to the travelling cttnniutmnity and
others, a Hlotel in ('Clutmhia wl.ich will in ev
ery way rrank :annua the baest in the countr.
Every rmfort, rnvcniece. and nppendate,
to the first. class hotels itn th. l'mcited St:tes,
will he founed at .1 A N N -.Y'S I IT I-.l., aal n
ellhtrt on the part of the proprietors wi!l le
waetia;; to render ii woty of the capitol of
Ullt. J ANN -' inid 11t. If A It IS. so well
known by tit vitioacrs; at ti;. Amtericat litel.
will alw.wms he afemnl at their i osts, nnd if lan.
rmtiting nAtteitimn teo the eities they have- as
smned, he any guarantee ofsatisfIaction. they
have' mnc haesitrationa nt pcromaisinag it mto thaer eanei.
Wee liihae alsoe seenred the sirvisec of 3Mr. Rt.
I.. La. F~'. AltT, a-~a bo-ee,-~a.r.
r0iY Mer. llitceek's~ spcl~edid line nC tmni
huses iand Ilaeks, havingma th.: nacmeatf the 1.
tel painted on them,. are acttneheda teo Jannet y's
ltel, inad will be parcamt, neiid faithful int the
'onmveyaanc'eaf passenigers t~a ea. fram the i arn
.Jnn.*.P5, JAM 13f.(
Cokesburny M~asonic Female
his schaaiol, wictleh hasim re'cently acotmev undaaer
thae conmtreel ofl t hic Slmcasie F'raternaity, nmal Ime
paatronmimg.' eof thea tirandm r.iadge of thae 5tate,
wtill bea;ina itsea ewreies the lst dlay' caf F~cmebrr
Th'le neaa- hcuildhimae fear the Iustiteme arce not r.-aady
lfar th'e comapletme ficr thce oranizninea oef thce
(aCohecgiate' *onr. and lhis~ yearsm operat ionms
will le preparatory therete.; buat .vetm every fat
mility aitccmo teo thae l liad.hichbooa o trecaonm.
trv niill le atonh-d.,, nmad all t., branchles uasn
ally taugh~t wtill Ibe taht heirm. We hav e th~e
assulra acf mihe patroage tad a'tnport nef a
latrge phart iof th F rmaterenityV mand mmanmv cathirs;
anid ithl the mneans mit ecar conmt ral, wie inmtnda mmo
eatahi isha a saccal asecnd tca n am'eeof thne kited int
thae Stite. hi is nmac toaIrjian inttutiman. lent i.a
mapen tin aill whao dlesmire' tao partic'ipate in thae rich
rewt~ians if a acrrect amacral andi inatellietnal
trmiaine. Chair celiiel ise to "pult camai brick',i
thngi iFlanentionnmi F~difie~ eef wisdomti, stremagth
mimid hennaaty, whlicha thei enalightemmnaena icftl he' g
is rearing,; anda we onmly atak a saren ofac thepnblic
patmronageatt ni e tamay ua mm flair trimal. The
T~rnasters takei~ paleamivre ina attmoea inamg tea the
pubhlic' thlat they haive seemtredl the, ervies ' cf
tiiwo very aimccmpilishaed maadi e ilperienac~aed aie
inc takei chamrgasa t l' st-hoocl fhr the pirese'nt yer
Mliss IIvt.a:N ToiMratsec aand lair sister 3Iis.E..
alTio~iatoy. All thae Ormntail, as well .as
I .iitramrt' branchaes wtill he tmaght ait r ait uaual
itt smuch'imnstimtute. (Coskeshnmry is measy olmacrs',
lacing aem thei line of thei (Greenvyille amnd C. it.
Roeadh, amld is parovearially haalthay andi amorai.
Huaari canm lie hand imin te lest flumnil ies at SUJ andl
$10 per moenthm waehinag ke., inaadttied. Foer
furthaer partioaier.' ahlply to thei Scecretmary.
J. K. VA NIF., P'residlent Ioardl.
F. A. CON N.OR,.See'ty.
Cakeisbaury, Abbeville Dist.
Jan. 18, 1851. i (12 -it)
? Tme utndersigne d wouald reapaectfmully
an foram his frieds mittd thle pubic Cen-i
S erally , tat~h la a leasted thatm extensivei
anal well- knaomwn esetalishmlaent tihe PLA N
TERlS' I TOTFJ,, amnd is mnowi riedy faor the re
e'eptiont of visitors. Its elig ile locaata, beinag
ceanventieht to all tihe buisintceas locmalitiems, will
commende it to all thoase whoac viasit te cijty en
huasamec,- ande noexertionsa or expense will be
.spaired Iby the Proprietor to promtote the commfurt
and contivenijencte of hmis gutests, andc rendcer hmis
hmiane, inaevery respeet. woerthay of pntbli. lea.
tronage amid suppoert. I It is pleaseed tat add thtat
ite bass ecumared thme teerviesn, tis lloomkkeepe'r,
of Mr. .J. W. Lut KiN, soe lonmg amlI favorabiy
knoewnt to the travellinag commuinity of tihie anda
tihe amdjacent Statas.
(G. W. HSOMARI.
Jatn. 25, 18'il 3-It.
Thirdb~t Door Routhk of the'Town Haul
an~d narJlU ()JpsiOte~a TIindatii &I Watson
Till smubscrniber would resmpeeclfully in.
iiorm time cittzens of Sumttrvallo attd
the~ pubilic genettrally, that lie lhts opened at.
the above' phice a genmeralI assoml rmit ofh
Dry Gtoiods, Boitsm andie aRhtot, I bats anad
Caps, J1iarware, Crockeryware', &c. &c.
Amso, A Chtoice lot of Famaiit yGroceries of
every desceripmtin, wvith Fruit of various
kitnds, sucht ams Oranges, A pples, l.eanons,
&ce. &c., which hie will se'll very low for
- 1 . IJA RRF.T.
Nov.19, 1833. I) l y
Fine Segars and Garden
lieopt; constantly on hinndtt iby
D)ARGAN & CO.
A T THE OLD STAND
ii kS just received and offers for sale, at Cha
BJLA 1ITS, at $t 50 each, good and heavy.
IHeavy Twilled lied Flannels, 31 1-4 cents
Sattinett. Kerseys, &c., a full assortment,
Georgia K(erseys and Pl:ins-Schley's mar
Monas. De Fatin, at 12 1-2, 18 3.4, 25 cents
Prints, Vonestic, '&e., of all prices and qt
Carpeting, at 50, 75$1.00, $1 12 cents;
- Pickled fleef, Smoked and Piekled Tongues
Sugar, Cofmee, lacon, Flour, Larl, Butter, Ric
801) Puks Fir Cracker.r, for the Boys;
20,000 Segars--choice brands.
Ilis heavy stock, and good assortment ar
, A FULL AND GENE]
Assortment complete, together with every descr
will he sold as low as can h bought in any marl
I'urchasers will find it to f/cir advatntago as well
stock is large, embracing '' Any thing and Eve
7000 pounds \vanted, for which the
er in Cast ot Merebandize.
One Hundred Do2
For which oeer the market price will be paid in 1
Oct. 27, 1853.
In Equity---Sumter District.
An.'r. of BILL.
vi. 1 F. J. & 31. (foses
Charles V. Miller. J Cotpl'ts. Sol's.
The creditirs of the late Dr. J.usies I[AvS
SwonTn, entitled to elaim uttder his assigtimentt
to the above named Defendant, executed on
the 28th day of July A. 1). 1812. ar! hereby no
tified that, by an order in the above stated
cause, they are required to estabhish their do
mands before me, Commissioner in Enqoity for
Sumter 1)istrict aforesaid, ott or before the
first day of May next.
I also give notice that I will until the
said first day of May next, receive proposals for
the stal: of a part of the real estate conveyed by
the said assignment, lying partly If not wholly
in the corporate limits of Sunterville, hounded
by liands of Dr. J. C. II.Wswon-rn, W. L.
Ihr asNsos, T. J. Cunst.A s, andl Mrs. G. 1B0y
SAKI, and by the new ro:ul rannitg froms 8mn
ter'tille to the steau till of ''. J. Coon:.A N &
CO.. snionsed to Contan about one hundred and
sixty neres. -
W". F. I3. IiA YNSW0Rl'CIl,
Com'r. in 1quit y S. D.
Dec. 27. 1S:3. 9 if
In Equity---Sumter District.
M1ary I). Cox, 1
iSn-a "E. James, B B I to cionlirim Sale
Lt. t!. ' of Land a ntid for
v. execution (f tatle.
31.ihv'w J. 'ox &
(apatr Jotnes. J
It. appearin mi, to t'y satidaetion that the
abo.e' natied (1e0en lant, C.aspar Jones. re.
side's hevind the Iiitits of the State of
South 'arolhna :
It is reitlo-d eilit h' do appear, and
in Sne r. lpead or demuer to the: said lill,
wvIthnto hlree nonths atf:er the pubbeation
of this ntt ice:, or an order pro. (Confrssiu
thereo~n wv! Iii be ntere'd againlst hi;,).
Abeo, ordered that the above order be
pulihed1 tr tIri'ee months in one of the
:tizeits of theo Ibstrict.
'\V. F . I3. I I:1'.\N S\lV() t?'!.
C.onaun,iconer in l'.inity'.
In Equity---Sumter District,
Mar. i E. M1aples, 1
l'ddwanti M:tiples andi
Nat itti C. M1ap~le's,
Ily hbe i r next I riendi,
I ev.i I. fth:nnte, .Ihil for Arc't.
.lackshont J. 1ironghton,
Tlhas ap hle's atnd
Wihtm A Drmnck itnd
M ary ls wilt'. J
ft allpar to imy asat isacto, t hat
WVilhamii A. Ilrm'.k, ontet of the~ Defenants~
in the abovine st atedl lill, is ;ab~sent frotm the
Stau:e ofi Sith Carmohnaii:
It is ordere-lI, otn ttotiont of Mar~rantt &
Ilieichrdlsi,~ Constaplainant ts Solicit ors, thtt
the st ih Will iunt A. Birock do pleatd, unt
swer or demnutr to the saidi lbll withtint three
maonths fromt the date of the puhi!ication of
th. is (irder.
A Isi, torilerted, that~t this O)rder be publlish
e'l three mtt hstlj. tm onte of thet Gazetts inl
In Equity---Sumter District,
Joltnt .1. t.'onyers and )
Jnhla A. his wife,
. vs. Uill~h for Aecount
Johan Blakely atnd ~'and llelief.
Isabella E. lise wifei
tttnd others. J
11T appiearttg to myi) saltisfatct inn that
Th'loas E. Dicte'y, lhaht. M1. C. WVithe'
splton, and Josepht Monigoiniery, D~efeand
atnts in lie above statetd case, residon out
of the Ihmaits of thre State of Soulth Carolh
nal, on tmotion) of liandintg & D~eSaussure,
Comptlin iant's Shiljtitoirs:
'It as ordered hlant It o atppiear, and ana
swer, pleade or degor to die saidJ btll, withina
three moent hs alter the pubhlicationt of this
not3ice, or an order pro confe'sso thtereoin
will be entlerced against him,.
Also), ordelredI that te above order be
ptubitshed for three monitthts in oneo oft lae
Gaetts of tihe l)istrict.
Conunaissioner in [Equityi
Lumber and Wood.
TI'l l' ubasariher, supei(rinitenanilt (if lte
Steam S'aw. Mill of ('ighilat, lt'ont & ('o., re
spsetfully htalortms the public, that they are pre -
parcel to furanishm Lmber of any descriptlion at
I lavinig goodt wagobs atad teamis, thtey ('nnt de
liver to pturchamers when di.sired. I'They have
a lairge unititlty of primio Oak antd Ligh twoodi
whlicha they ennt dleliver to customeirs oan maode'r
'lsTt nts.- A rttesonahe de'dtuction in all cases
for cash, or othecrwi'e, ntestr will be taken whent
orders are filled.
Every exertion will be used to give satisfac
tion to those who iavotur us with ordets.
COG LAN, UIXON, & Co.
Sumiterville,Jan. 18, 1854. 12 . If
Private Boar ding House,
CAMDEN, S. C.
Dni y Boardeur accommuuodated.
Nov 9, 1853. 9 if
OF A. J. C P. MOSES.
reston prices [freight itcluded) WERVANT'S
some as eow as 1G 2-3 cents;
ainckerel, Salmnond, fAbsters, Sanline, &c.
., Aolasses, Salt, &c., &c., -
too weill known to require enhmeratiom
iption of Goods to suit the country trade, which
<eL for cts-h, or to approved purchasers, qp tne.
as mit, to call on sue before purclhasng. Aly
>o~u 2 'Nwdon a
highest uarket price will be; pai1 eith.
yen Eggs Wanted,
1512 / r't1 -.
WR. Rev. 1'. F. Davis, D. D., ex-Officio
Rlev. T. S. Anrrnun,.
" J. D. iMlcCot.LtouGn.
"t G conoe lr~ter, Rector, land In
strucor in Mental and Christian Science,
Moder I-a~nguaer- and h istory.
Mrs. 1E-ros, Mntron.
-- , Intrrctor in Mathematics
Natural Sciences, nnd Ancient Literature.
'rof. G. P. .D ecVx, (Iato of Lime Stune
Spring.,) Instructor in the theory and pract-ice
Maiss C. M. ittn, Instructress in English.
8usasNos, -lustructress in Draw
ing. Painting, and A Fistnlt in'Frenech.
liss SorlnIA WAntl..:Y, In-tructress in En
glish lrances, and Assistant inla lthenaetics.
Miss Ea.: z.t Pi Pn.v-r, As'istuat in Mnsic, and
N. 13. The corps is not yft complete..
' I1F aboeve lnst itution, located lat Glenn
eSprings in Spartnhurg District, S. C.
will be opened for the recleptioen of pupils on
the first of F4Ilr-wary nex. In converting this
c+-tublbhnenat into a school for yeung ladies,
the huilings have been thornglly repaired and
litctd up ; and in utirni-him them anew no
Paine have bce n spared to iurke it, in eve.y
respect, such a hune are parents would desire
for their danghters. Particular ntention has
beena bcstowel ulpotn the 31csical Inst ronen' s,
and with n. large nod eflicient corps of teachers,
and a thorough course of study. it nllierds eve
ry advantage to lie enjoyed in a similar institu
Applicants are admaritted, of ancy age, over
seven years, and placed in bueoh cltas as they
nay hu prepared to join.
The scholatic year will consist of one sel
sion dihy ided io 'n 0 ternsof fire months each,
beginnig eon the 1st of Ftebruary and July.
\naecation, Ieceher and Jlnary.
lit.vres.-Fur 'Titiun and liord, including
wastlhilng, fuel. lights, &c. &c., $125 per term,
anl t:rc edi he no e.rtra clarge, except for
Munsic 311 peer term. and for Hooks, Sie.-t Mu
aic. )rawacng Muterials, c rit-,. Ctartly used. '
For further information, seu " Pro-pects,"
Which may 6.e lad by upplying to the Itlctor,
or eithewr cof the P'reopriteors.
lDec. 21. 1853 . 3m.
II.-'r (Charle4ton fe-rtcurv publish tri-weekly
aned all lee- cithler pap lers ine the- Stae werekly.
for the mao nthalesle, andie forwardh bill to one of
8t: John's School,
lIe. Retv. 'T. F. DAVIS, D). D., Ex-Otficio
lit-v..J. I). 3MC-tOL.)lr. A. M., Re-ctr,
aned Iaestreuctor in Chrristan Science andI Helles
W31. II. LEAIIY, A. .M., Vice Rector, nnde
luasetretr in Anocienet I.nagenagee and Ihiectory.
ID. I). RU SA, istructoer inr Matheemartics and
hie-v. E. A. W AGN FII, luistructoirin English
1 Iil- Exercise o f thlie nst it ut ion wilI he
aresuedr tin the 2d day inr FEBRUA
lleey are admnittced over the age nf seven years
aned perepatred for e .'Jiniir class8 in College-; or
they 'crtay re-seive a ehoreogl h aendeenicalI course,
either classicael or ~Emlih
There is liat oee 8essionI, (dividedl intoec twoi
termsc- of five mneefthe each.) be-ginncing on thet 2d1
oRfkFercary aned undeineg Noveinber 3c0.
Te~at-s rin S N-slceN.---For Tcueuion aced
lloaered, ieeInding washeineg, fuel, lighets, .u,
8225 leayabale seml~iilnnually inl(e aIdvane.
LcEnraec ta-e $25, foer wIch-l booke rand sea
tieeery cart feurnishedc the studtent so long as le
maye ecentenee ian thme insetitmnlee.
.Advtiiaede c-tudetntic eiringc private roums
ill lbe ylloweel them (aet the dIscretion of the
leeteir) feeore an-xtra. charge of $15, to pay for
F-or irte-r ineformeation appily for ae "Prospcect
us"' to thec lt-ctoir, att "Spatrtanoburg . 1., 8. C.,
De-c. 21, 185>3 83m
Look Out For Bargains!i
NI illLY OP'POSlITE THE T1OWN HA LL.
111E etnbscribrs are opening and receiv
hoig a tresh and very large aessortmaent
of e'ery dlescrip)ton dl Goodls to stuit the
colunetry t rad~o, which will he soald ase low as
can he bo~ughlt in any market for cash;
great paIns hars bceten takenc in layiceg in the
Stock. Oui- stcek of La:dies' Dress Goode
isi complete, emebruicineg every article in
thecir lie. A kelso. Idy Madec Clothing.
Ilatse andI (Caps, hexotse anid Shes, &.. &c.
All we ask is her biterst to calhl and exat'.
inee for theelcve-s. Fi"W especialnly
mtvete thea at tention of Pi~terst to oaur NE
GiUJ (GOl)S, Kerseys, Plainsc' Linsteyst,
\Voelseys, Ililets, Sheoes, and Iletts.
Money can lhe savee Iby caelling on ue as
ouer eTIOCK iS L ARWE and we arc dc
icerminedl to, el.
TIIN DA & WATSON.
Sejpt. 21, 1853. -d7 tf
South Carolina--Sumter Dist.
Samune l Tinal,
ends. CA. SA.
Farrrr, llanuks, & Cot
.Seauel T'indal whoc is in the cusetocdy of the
Sheriflee ofsumaeter District, Iby virtu otfae writ of
Capviias (d satiisfaciendumn, at the set of Farrar,
llankse, & Compnlany, heaving flIed inr mey oflbce,
toegrtheer with ea slceule, ton ciath, of his estate
andre effrecte, his. petitin teo ther Counrt of Come
monue PleaN, lpraying tlcat lee mlay be aehnltted
to the he-nefit cet thee Act. ol the General As
scemblly, seea- fcor the relief eet insolvenct Dlebt.
ora It is le-rubhy eordeadc, that the said Faerrar,
laneks, & Comniley, aned all ether thac crediltora,
to whlome thec said! Saelc Tindaul is ine any
ie inebelted, he, and they are hauerey stem
moened, andc lhave notice tee appea-cr, before thec
said Courat at Suemter Coeurt unease, canth
eleventhe dlay of. Alpril uext, tee slew cautse, it
anay they) caln, u'hey the prayer of thee pcetition
a ferecnidl, shenklc neot lhe granedc.
- W. .J. SINGL ETON, C. C. p. S.
Offire- of Comcmon Ileas of
Smueeter listrict, D~ec.29, 1853.
Mr. Editor: Please announce
Capt. T. 1). FRIERSON Us I Candidute for
Sheriff' of Sumter District -at the ofisuing -
elect ion. it
Aug. 24, 1853. 1
Mr. Editor :-+-You will
oblige a number of ilia .voterts of Sumter ft
District,-by annnnncin'g in your columns i
the name of Major J611 'BALr.AuD, as a 0
Candidate for Ordinary at the ensuing i
Aug. 13, 1853. 4I
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
Mn. -EniToR :-Plense announce Mr.
ROBERT W. DURANT, a candidate'
for Tax-Collector of Salem County, at the
next election, and oblige ."
January 14; 1852 13-if
2s The friends of Capt.
P. M. GIBBONS uannounce hint a condi
date for the office of Tax-Collector for
Salem County, at the ensuing election and a
obli~o MANY VOTERS.
1X05~ T'A X EO51EC0'OR.
0:7 The Friends of Dan
IEL MATIIIS, Esq., smounce him as a I
candidate for Tax Collector for Claremont
County, at the ensuing election.
Fob. 8ilh, 1853 15-td
FOR OR DINARY.
or Mr, Editor:-You will
please announce WILLIAM II. BRUN
SON as a candidate for the Ofice bf Ordi
nary of Sumter District, at the ensuing
" MANY VoTERs.
April 27th, 18.52 " V7-tf
FOR C LE R K.
(LT We are authorized to
announce '. J. IINKINS, Enq., a Candidate
fur Clerk of the Court, at the ensuing election.
April 1i6th 1851 ' 2. tf
07 Mr.Editor: Please an
notince ,air. J. J. McKELLAIt, a Candi- r
date for Clerk of the Court, for Sumter a
I)strict, and oblige MANY Vrrens. f
April 1:3, 1852. 25-tf 1
MR. ED11ITOR:-MANY FRlENDS
of V. J. N. IlAvata:-.r are desirons of put
ting him in nomination for the Olice of
Clerk of the Court of Suntter District, at
the ensiting election.
M a y 24, 185:1. 30tf b
FOR SiER IFF.
93The Friends of Mr.
JOUN F. JUNE, anunounce hin as candi.
date for Sheriff' of Sumter District at the
Nov..1 lth, 1853 . 3-t d--d.
BGP' We are authorized
to annotntre A. E- l'OOL ns a candidate t
for Shcriiiof umtter District at the ensn- u
December 21, 1852 8-tf
Mr Editor :-Please an
nounce JOHAN N. McLEOD a candidate
for Sherit' of Sumuter D .istrict and ob
lige MAuN FntfENts.
June 29th, 1853 35--tf
' 6 RUNA WA Y,-on last Tuesday the
17th instant, any Boy RLICHA RD. a
..~white tmulatto, abonit live feet three
or foutr itnches high, tolerably stout bauilt,
abotut twetn two v'oars old wvitha staighaa
lighat color'ed hair. lase a very sulky aip.
pearance, and answers qui-ck and shoart
whent spoken to said boy has a short thick
foot, hais handaas abort anal thlick, chubby
tintgere. lie land I te scar of a blister can
his forehtead just above the ceebrowvs, he
amay try to hide it by wearing his cap or
hat downa over his forehecad. He~ will he
sture to pass huiamself for a white mant for
he is very white iandi has beeni taking great
care of his askin for saome timae. When he
left lhe had a clot h cap, black cat and a
dark coloredl pair of panats. Hie will be
suare tao chatnge htis cap anal clothe.4 tns soon
as he can; lhe also wears his hair in fr-ont
straight downt to hide the scar of the blis
ter. Hie is a shioemtaker by trade, though
lie may not go at the butsindts, expecting
that he wvill be so advertised.
The above reward of Oane Hundred
Dollars will lbe paid for his delivery in any
Jaal int the State. lHe will be sure to give
htimtself another namte.
.JA MES I.OW RY.
Bradleyville, Sutnter District, 8. C.
May 2hatn, 1852 3S..-if
E0 Camndetn Joanrnal and Cheraw Gal
zette putblish live times.
Paints, Oils, Glass
No. 60 1.2 East-Htay, opposite P. & M1. Bank,
CHIARLIESTION, 8 C.
He keep. counastanty for stalo, a general tiods
meant Af Paint, anal Oiaa of glt kiadds, Wiyti6w
Glasis antd Saiahes, sihits Tatrpenthi ae, Cam
phtene, Spirit Gan, Tlallow~ Grindstone*; CUr
dtage, Chain Pumps, Cottin Fdoi (in Fixaureat,
Glue, P'acaing Yarn, aand B3rushis of various
~Oct.26J, 1853t 62 Gm
FOR WA R DING
WILMINGTON. N. C.
PA RTiCULA R attention given to the SA LE
or 81ltPMENTi oaf Naval Smres and1 Cotton,
and liber CASHl ADVANCES miade oa Ce
Dec. 14, 1853. 7 ly
s Administrator's Notice,
All persons hiaving deamands agatnst the
Estate of Mrs. E. Conntors, deceatsedl, are
reagnesied to haand ithem in properly attest.
'edl; attd thtose intdebted wvill pitse make
immnedliaie paymtent to.
'T.. H1. CONNORS, .4dam'r.
Nov. 14, 1853-. :i t
wnandMNGTOy, N. C.
SAN BE CURED!
iLOIpME'S BAUM DE VIE," or Balsam of
ire is, aftera trial of upwards of twenty years
a great variety of cases, confidently oflered to
to public, especially to those afflicted with the
ont distressing complaint, as a sure and speedy
diet for tleir sufferings.
Read the following certific tes.. They are
iongentlemets of ighotaing and residing
t your immediate vicinity. !mey are bt one
r two of the malty in our poseluJi al.extoll.
agthe hoeaJpg virtues of this, (to uso thq Words
r a grteful Dslpeptic who was'cured by its
se) nMtst precious compound.
Cerlifcaie from the Ree,.Hiarftel S ''
Uus-TrzyLit... . C. Jan. i3th 185.
Z i-. CntAs. Dtit.otsL.--.
ear Sir: -Litt Spring. I used two srniitll bot;
Pe of your Balsam .of Life; and ezperiencec
ucl benefit. I took it two or three times dai
r; a . teispoonflil at a doss in a wine glass of
;i stud on my liver, and imparted a healthy
.e to all my digestive.orgains, relieving me o[
itsreseing hcadrache, and many otherdisagreca
le 4apeptic syntois. .
[Signed] . I. SPAIN.
Mr. CIIAS. DIELO.iMf:
DItA Sia:---I take great pleasure in recoin
mending your "lime do Vic." which I have
flen used, and oaliets W'ith decided relief,
when sufiering fron aittacks of Dyspepsit.. At
ace astimulant, tunic aid gatltartlc, a.sAniet,
tfied it will prove eminently se vicealple .trall
vho are aflieted with lyspepsd. Its geieral
ntrodnetion throughout the country wiltbfe a
To keep a supply constantly on hand, wivn4
would not exchange for all the Anti-dyspep
ic nostrum, from Maine to Texas.
(LSignedl JOHN W. ERVIN.
For salt! by Jelin, M. Chandler, Sumterville,
" " " lM. A. IInggins, Darlington C. II.
" " " Dr. J. E. Byrd, 'i'immnonsville,
And by Dnuists enerall
BIOAT llGIT & BARICITLOO.
Wholesale Agents, Columbia, S. C.
November 9 2 if
Suuamtervillc, S. C.
Respectiblly informs the people of Snm.
er District that he has Just receive.l and
ow offiers for sale the be.' selected and
aost choice stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Phat cannot be surpassod-by anything.in. his
rarket. He has received many new styles
which purchasers would do well to eXanmin'e boa
ore bmying elsewhere.
1i( )ADCLOTlIs, CASSIERES AND
- A LaS -
A hill and large supply of losierv, Shirtsi
Irawers, Gloves, Suspenders, Cravat,, IIanda
Srehiefs, &c. &e.,.
large assortment of Ill;ADY MADE CLO.
1l Nt, w'hich will be shl Liw.
ItVY Garments mannfhrtred by the subscri
er, and warranted to give satisfaction. Or
era from a distance promptly attended to.
Oct. 25th. 1853 if
)MRRIAIS ! JRRIUGES !
Mlanufacturer and Dealer in
Carriages and Harness,
)F every description, Nos 124, Meeting street.
id 33 Wentworth street. next to the oki stand
f Gilberts & Chnpin. Charleston, S. C.
Wi. It. HUNTER. may be found at the
.me n epsitory. and he takes this method to
asure -his friends that all orders entrusted to
rim will be attended to promptly and with strict
Oct. loth, 1853. 51 1 y
Negroes Bought and Sold.
tiE uindersignted has opetned an office at No.
G State Streer, Charleston, where lie has or
.and a nnher of LIKELY YOUNG NE.
IROES for sale fromt which lie can supply the.
vants of any of the comimunity. These Ne.
rroes are purehased in Maryla, Virginia
furth: and South Carolina. Tohis lot he ii
ontmnuall y receiving accessions. Th'le highes
mrices paid at all times for negroes.
J. M. E. SHA RPj,,
1G State b eel.
Charleston, Dec. 21, 133. 8 ly
BROWN & DeROSSET,
I8O FRONT STREET, NEW YORK
DEROSSET1 & BROWVN,
WI LMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Factors and Gecneral Commis
Dl LB alcLAURIN, Igsq.. will give per
Ur sonal and special attention to the in,
erests antd orders of hins friendsa in thiu
State and tie adjoining dounties of liortl
Caroliana, who may.~ favoi tlise Housea
with their patronniea Conigilnedts o
riroduce to the H-ouse in New Ytirk, eithei
iv wvay of Clhiarledton, GIeorgetlown, oa
Wilmington, wdml lie cover'ed by insurance
f notice blf tii~ shipment be promiptly giv.
May 23, 18s: 27-tf
J- B. N. BAMMET,
ATTOkNEY AT LAW,
SUMTER VI LLE, S. C.
3tiice ne~tt doaor to J. BI. & R. C. WVebb'
Newv York Store.
Mat'ch 2', 18MI 2l-t f
E'or Cash, And that only.
The checapest GROCE'RIE'S e'ver sold
in Huimterv'ille, can hie had frn, GORDOJ?
Sm. CO., at Dr. Mellett's Old Siandi.
Segara of the finest quality andgosat ap
provejl Brands in the world, together witi
Preserved Fruits of dufeirent kids, Syrups
Nut.', &c., A .shasre of the public patron,
geg is dreired. provided it is accompaniet
by the CASH4 but not otherwise.
"O GORDON & CO.
June 14th. 1&53 . -3--tf
pUT1I.ER & NEWBHERY have removedt fr
thoe ir orer stand to- thme tme funnesiy occupie<
by E. D. P'RINGLE & CO., one door North t
F.I l)Y'S Jwe'ry Store, where they w'oni
be pleasod to see their friend. orlcsttes
Got t,'853. .49 1$
Tesulieeriber has ade arrange.sents to
the maniufacture of finmiFour to Five 'lhousan
pairs of the above article by the FA IL Fe
referoete as to quality, h'e wouldh respecttinl
refer persons who may be dispesed to porcham
of im, to those who patronized him last yet
As to price, he wvill guarantee thenm as lowa
a be olkete
May 22 / 2 .4 MORGAN.
FI8K'8 M ETA LLiC CUFFIlNS of a
sizes, constantly en hand and for sal
by HUDSON & BROTHER,
Opp. Tenprancei Hall Sumtervihle.
June 15thj .18.5- 3--tt.
.T",i " 1 Se . . f J 4
uaappiness and'Ce*#IR 0tpUf
W is1 ITU J k1
*~par au ap~ Pi1Ptst..Alhtt t ~i1Iflipff.hI 'i.".'
es'1t.')'u.reto( lrtt age be s.1p adsat aiias ti04
iii b isi. t. e predom a+nt.
Mealy tifflie cuuaery'etrlssaid~.r uqof~ r jey'
an.t o courtse urglrtted. ,
Wte~s toitet isb. bea5fted by o knsowfep jetlrpl : ",
back sawl ueuuru.asi regret the (ll coneseesoF*tt
%% would we Ro~t .due eo poaee lesatlr life.thk
916 An erlt * we otaq 11 tier Yeats : gad xh r
al~uir etg 9=6,fakhwe alit not have be jit5.6I It
tlsin~~ the~r pn~astopsl M Getn i, s arilhv
Tu~o hth ttstea.P ustr Coitg us~t t mmd bty o mad
r..tulur~ t h . ,z*m Awt oa onined I 1I ust r . e
(it the n~ 1.talme poaaed toul pae kvt ede.i th
Andt t ch Ihas Ca the an ol ksad satcieyo ssevit.
tes, .stnie "rbif njr hmIec Imm a.uiserir u1 th so ti,
*i I upi ti'. ee., l~i t/p i ty~~jsj fa li tOhriy i
hi.lnu a r his e altr us e h e oj ij ~ l andII.t.ih h.w~c4notd acs h a t ise o sholae.
wile.i and~e ctldren. naltl wr niit
SECURE 011.t r.A.ifl o, 11hRICEA.U I
Py 3.e5Y95~N Ste tm serarda o "r wopillem.
Ohn lueltJ. ..tollm. er20 Pt(,r.
'ede n tl~et to3R SITnRl A 8hihald ajar ~ir Mu. h
hitr theilet o j1ies andii propt) oI
(ntboasaler lir~rr" hrg~ i~ that .VFti~ It E abuse
Wrlt11 Elyd at Af C iu on waoC
l lr aqit' aH full t.2L RCEsA Uln o
Iaue ttarat er tli anaseo ufhet: rois
Onest surl Mwilts he vIms l stsPtonu.,Cp f
First .rsl.; hea lei AHi aUInd itiis no
* IR'11N ()R .im.aietet saw.. ltrb~ t,', ,a~
i'trae .5.nt hat pc. e..ms p ni~t ,nt.M~st
Wn ll' Isisuc 1;9I e..'i'.gII ORa NOssa~ T.e~ edit.s.
..-.5ress .Pqut%.s l~aispt ful knt Icym ea4eI w
I~~ltr, swt ti ,.*her tari.as bat npbonpu , a
.,lti~p . Spel si _ptept ,p'~aJa~s~,
al.d apl.sss s. te,sn witee Sr espt.., saatta bia .s1 +e
lemil S trtu it ll.y~ (heart Sd thtsl. n
.A le lin . 694 SirWlY.rt M Il ihen pia it, ns e
dt.TT ON TO THE~ PUBTLTG:
"R NOT' 3UIIIAUDEDS
flay net honk nnieaa k1)r. A. NI. MaunevantiroI~
ibelsrty Sitreet . V1." Is on the title .pqle. *tsd ths
maire Ini life ert:':;Omlc on the hack ref I he tittte.
;.a ;r ; tit bi nitty of reaspetcbf ad honiorable
'lashes, or wand by mall, and addlress top D. A. Z1.
Snitistrio, as there are satlods and asfrrepdldii
tInfriryetncnba of copy-right. .
LE~T EVERY. W1FF ANt 'HUSBANDJ
No caetue for tk~rsoranco, . n 'wlq itrniawsa
Iat iluerr to those Wie hold -iscar #1111
der dwhent to dispel our ignorancte
Is within odut ricata.
To enable overy one to deride alion ltse' SisrfJ s
jiitia.ls ities 4.55kg of psaUsessig a copy, and ti "Jr.t .psmo
oi'* r mthfler trodt remain umlsprorpnt'd tupont Iie
many canee. which. neother or later, are lcatfwd I.,u
thit a (e aiftit ravages uspon her health, tmnless guard~~
t.~ainat. antI that no consderate atnd *afl'rctl..ntao
lt,,arsd hat cauzs. hi upbraidt pima if with. negerw
.sr the wolttre of lia wife-a pamphlet of thuirty-all;
long". ront ining fa. T i 7V~re.q and iide' -i k
0,1.'*, tsi'ntipcr wnith extracts from the huntk, will he
copst (ee of ehterg"s l~ any surt or the Unaited Stna,
lay aoidrpusslsg, Iieinl.oal, as liptuftn.
\'a'sra, Kusowlede a ilapplieta, '(Iet sat?
Patilt to be lgsioratst.
f' Owi recelpt of Orei Dollar (l9rr the- flit, .i,lI.
si-ri. tra tindtpog.l s"TiItk11I Nlllt1I l) WtJnA''