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DIRECT SPRING IMPORTATIONS!
Rich and New 1)esigns Embroideries
Muslin and Cambric Worked Collars
Cambric and Muslin Bands
Muslii a.d Cambric Edgings and Insertings
Lot Uidersleeves, will be sold at leduced pricae.
One lot Clunieable Brownissinio Silks, at 37 1 2c. per yard
I ich Plain Mode Colored Silks, at higher prices
Plaid Silks, new anud desirable styles
Mazarine Blue, Bro vin iad Green lood Silks
Colored White anid lBlack Marcelline Lining Silks
ile lot Plain c(hangreable Silks, at 62 1.2c., usually
sold at *1.25 per yaid.
DRFIS8 MERIN08, DELAINES, PLAIDS.
Garhet, lue, Tan, Brown, Cortn-Colred Green aind Drab Alerinios
Small lot Barege Delaines, at 12 -2e. per yard. Stripti Gosse1ige
DoLaines, rich patteris, at 25 aid :31 1-2. Plain Mode Colored DeLaines
Plaid Ginghams at 12 1-2e., worth 25,
English Cambric Chintzes, at 12 1 2c warranted frast colors
Clan Dress Worsted Plaid.
B L A C K S I 1 K S
Lot Black Silks, at 50c per yard, Gros do lhiie, at higher prices
Grus de Paris, rich hstre at I per yard. Black Rlepd Silk, at 50 cents per
Yard, Extra.wide Black Silks.
Black Bombazite, Alpacas, Cantol Cloths, iipin's E7hallies, Black and
IlaII. Mourning liEglish Calicos, [Pack aid llall. Mourning Calicos, at 12
Yards fIr - . Alouriiing DeLaiines and Barege DeLaines
Black Alpaea, good black, at 12 1 .2e worth 25, Fine and high lustre Black
Alpaca, Patcin tl ick Egl ishi Crape, fine and coarse Wall or Crimp
Black Crape Leisse aid B lack Illision lor capis
Love Veils and I ldkis. lilack Kid and Silk Gloves
Black Crape Collas, Wbite Mourning Collars.
L'ineni Gots, sheetingsm, c.
Linen Sheetings, Pillow ease liinens, Pillow ease Cottiis, 12.4
Cottin Sheeting, imitation Linen, 11Inekaback aiid Diapler Towelli ng
Freiich Frmiged Tray Towels, with Colored Borders, Turkish Bathiig Towels
liekaback anid Scotch Towels, large sizes, Extra.ieavy all Linei
Dowlas, at 12 11.2o. Damask Naiokins, a large variety
Liit Damask Napkins, at 12 1 .2e. eaeb 8 and 10.4 T'abling Dainak
Dailmattk Cloth, English and Ate-rican onths, at great bargaiins
For PJanters' Use, at RteIuiceul Prices.
Duflil and Maackiiaw Blankets, Fine Bed Blankets
llotel Blankets ;for single bed, Bed Comitibrt.
All-Wool Plains, &c.
Grey Wool Plains, at 37 1 .2., wrt'h 50c.
Drab Uniioti Kersey, at 12 l.2c., worth 18, Georgia Plains, Wool Filiing
Grey Sat inets for Servan ts, at .5e. pIwr yardi, E.xtra.leav y SatiIIets, at 37 1.2c.
Small l-t Grey Cotton Kerseys, at 16e. 1per yard
Cotton O.siabu-gs, Plain and Striied, Blue Striljc and Plaid Ilomespnns,
Apron Cheeks, &c. Calicos at 4 and I 1.4e., fast colors.
AlI.W~ol Red Flanmels, at 200. Extr.fine Red Flannels,!at 25c.
Real Welsh and fine Saxoniv Flainnl
Red Ballardvale, wide and lune, foir invalids (anti rhetiniatie.)
Lubin's Extracts anl German Col ogie, Gennitno
French Lavender Water, delightfil perlinnrue, Tooth, Nail, Combi aid 1air
Brushes, T'ilet, Powder aid Sap, Shaving Smta1p, Tooth P der, French
D reving, T uck tund ,Aide Cmb is, Ga ie. ' t and tiliidren's ierino
Undervests. Gen ts, Ladies and Children's Ill isierv aindl Gloves in till varieties.
I-04A Al'TE & DE~LANDJ,
257 Kin g-81reel, Corner of Wentworth
Feb. 21, 18i i5.'
.3St L I t - w TO~
G, LITTLE & CO.
No 199 KIN.Y NTRWEI'T,
Next door to Victor-a HJotel.
CH1AtL.-STON S. C.
Always on hand--A large- and Fashionable
AT TI3E LOWEST P-OSSiHI.E PalcEN,
1ilRTS, 11 OSiE -:t Y, Ij 1ItiIti- 1. 1,A S, &c.&ce
W Vil2N1l,,A 1.10 A NO ii .l-'A 1.
Y7JOHN T. DAUiY cm be found in
.Feb. 14 Ap. 121 1854. 15 ly
Dyspepsia Can Be Cured!
P AULDNG~ COUnTN DAu.-ros, G A.,
A ngust26th, 151
Mr. CrTAnLF-i OnlonstE,
DEAR 5r : For several years past I
have been severely attleted with sick head.
aches, and after trying every 1hng I could
think of, unId receit ilag 11o benaefit n hi.tever,
I at Iast gave inyself tip as a cotfirtied.
dyspeptic. But he-iritg of yomr prepara
tion, "The halsom fit' ,ie,'" I colncIlded
to give that a trial also. mid procured two
bottles from y'our Agent Dr. T. A. Dargmin,
of Darlingtlont, .. C., and fromi the iatme I
begant to take it, I have not had a sm gle
attam k of leadacie, and nmw feo I inl fhopes
that. even the two bottles have made a cre
of Ime. But learing 1hant I may have a
relapse, I have determined to continne it
longer. and I enclose you 810 00 for which
youi will please sendI as mtianay hottles Is is
custumarv or liat amont. By Rail Rojad.
.1O1N J. GRIEIN.
P. S.--Please forward ly express train
Sept. 6, 185.1 45 tf
SO. CA.-SUMTEI DIST.
William W. Coullieta ~ In Equity
rs8. Suner I}ist.
Agnes L. Conilietle, Bill for Xpei/ic
Wilam it. ieynolads and Performance, An
Ann lAtitia, his wife and count. Partition
James Peter Coulliette. J and Distribution.
It appe arang td) my satishietion that
James Peter Coo lietie, defendant in tie
above stated ca.e, resides ot of the limits
of t he Sta, e of South Cnrolina; on motion
of Complainttlt's Solicitors. It is ordere.1
thait the said .lames Peter Conliette do np
pear and pilead answer cr demur to the
said bill, within three mo.nths from the
date of the first publicttioi of this order,
or an order " pro confesso " wall be en.
tered agaimst him.
Also ordered that this order he iblish ed
for three months inl one of the gazette of
\V, F. B. IAYNSWORTl.
Com'r. E. S. D.
Fehirary 14th, 1855. 15 3 )
To the Public,
JOHN CHINA ofl'ru his services to the
citizens of Sumnter District and the public gen.
erally and pledges himself to give every atten.
tion to the sale of all projaerties entrusted to his
hands on commission, either at anetion or pri
vata sal-. The facilities ie enjoys, as to situa
lion aud his long experience in the business are
satisfatory evidence of his ability to do justice
to an who may employ hin.
Fe . 22, 1854. 17 it
Dealer in Provisions, Flour,
-1 CON, GROCERIES, VINES,
LIQUORS, CIOARS, TOBACCO.
Plantation S3upplies and
. .IC 0U.' Y 7 i PRO? 1- .
TI'.-\ 31ULASSES, UllESE, &c.
94. Ri;c4j'rdon* Street,
*00MYCL0-11s, S. C.
:, aii -
i lE, PUBLIC g1uenrablv, and I,.!ies
Riflemen need Beat No. 2. are invited to partici
pate with 1e CL.Aar:mwoN TRoor in the cele
bration of their Ainni ae .ry, on the 22nd day
There will lie an orttion delivered hv W. E.
ieK, Enqr., in the Court Ilotae at l'o'clock
A. M. it. C. WEIBIB. Captain.
II. N. lradford, 0. S.
Feb. 7th, 1855. 14 td
Steam Saw Mfill,
lr lae . h 1nmenet - f M r
(oghlan, Diznui & Co 'm Stetmn Saw -Mill for
the present year, are now making sch re.
pairs and improvettionts hi s tid mill, nu will
enlalle theii to istuppjly, with dispatcl, the do.
mrattd for lumber in this market.
~'ErTi1tMS- 10 per cent. discoinut for
cash. Alproved notes w hen orders tre filled
paybnlle lit, Jan. 18;56, when parties reuiiire
credit, nill be reitired.
Account. ntit he closed at the end of each
gnarter if the present year, by Note, Cush (or
Discontt against the Conptany. 1.j N Ec
C l SIlV.A i not choice, cosijwin ilt to atd.
here stricly to tke above ternis itt order to
ineet the hteavy expeices attentl ing onr bu i.
nons. We V( ill do all that we hot estly can to
arotm moodate our icighbor ine preerellce to
setnding or I.nmher to a di~itant market.
rder itiy be left at our Mchine Sh p, or
with Mesrs. K'. Dixon, W. J. Francis, or J. L.
Morrissey, at the Mill,
CO(illlAN & GAY, Managers.
Ne b. 13. 15 3t
Watchman copy three times.
1 0. 0. F.
U IMTElI I A ;)4 E, No. 23. 1. 0. 0.
6s F.. %Will celebrate their Si.COND A NNI.
VsItSAltV ot th-- 21th February intt. by a
public procession. neid ant 4ratiiton by 1). 1). G.
M.-TIOS. E0. IVANS of Darlington. All
iieighboring litdees and the Ordor of Ite-bekah
are respectfilly itvited to participate iii the
JOHIN W. DAIRGAN,Secretary.
J. 11. Ct.% ana )
J. W. IDAROAN, Cornmittee
J. B. W HITE, Jr. O of
F. M. A.omws, A rr 'ements.
R. S. W P. n1, J
Fb. 12, 1855. 15 It
WITTE & GOODWIN,
Importers and Wholiiesale Dealers i
Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS, &c.
.NU. 92 EAT BAY SrithaT,
Charle-ston, 8. C.
CHIAS. 0. WITTE, OKO. M. G00DWIN.
Feb. 10 15 ly
NO. 11 11AYNE STRIEET,
Charlestoln, S. C.
Ie keeps constantly on hand a general as
PAINTS and UnS of all kinds. Vari
nlishesl, Window Glass antd Sashesl
Si1rits Tell pentine, Spirit Gas, Cottton
Foit Gin Fixtures, Glue aid Brushes
->f varions kinds.
Fe). 14 15 ly
The seriber having completed his ar
rangements for malting Sash, Hilils need Pln
nell Door begs leave to inforin hisi friemis and
the ptblic, tliut he is prepared ho furnish at
short notice, Sash ofall sizes primed and glazed.
hhuls to suit any size witdows, painted or not,
and Pannell Doors of any size or make, a por
tit)i ofptuhlic patronage is reipeotfully solicited.
lis work in all done by hand and out of good
500 lights of 8 X 10 Sash ready for delivery
to suit windows of 12, 15, or 18 lights.
Sumicraille, April 12, 1851. 24 tr
TAKEN UP by the Sub.
scriber, on Thursday morning
lai,a HAY HOR1SE, Hupposed to be about
11 years old, and bearingimarksof being wor.
aelr upon him. Onle eye in a little defective,
Ind when discovered, had on a halter broken
uli'short at the bits. The owner can find him
at J. J. CiANDLER's
Watchman copy it. 15 it
Y OJ WILL Parade on the 22nd
inst., at your ustual pinee of rendez
vous, properly armed and equiped.
it. C. W E H, Capt.
11. N. Brmdford,0. S.
Feb. 7th, 1855. 14 td
Fresh Gardi Seeds,
2000 papers, Warranted:
riIE LA EST and best assort
I irent ever brought to this narket. At
Wholesale and Retail, by
.nn. 31 LI PERRiY MOSES.
Dissolution of Co-Partner
Ur- TEI COP)'ARTN1ERSIIIP in
the practice of Law, for Villiaushurg
ani t he adjoining Dist ricts, heretofore ex
isting. between the Subscribers, under the
lirm oif Rich & MlKnight. ias beeu
dissolved by mutual consent, and will no
longer exist but for ils liquilation, which
will be coiducteil by the Senior Partner.
A. ISAAC IMcKNIGIlT
Kingstree Jan 6 14 3t
T. \iV. S;a unond,
vs. Ca. Sa.
A. G. 3urphy.
A. G. Maurphy, who .s in the custoly
of the 8herilf d Snoter District, by virtue
ofa writ, of Capias ad SatisIfaciendum, at
the suit of T. \V. Salhn1ion0d, having liled
in my oflice together witi a Scelidtile, on
oath, of his estate andt effects. Iis petition
to the Court of Common Pleas, Praying
that lie may be adiuittleI to the lenelit of
the Acts it the General Assembly, made
for the relief of Insolvent lelbtors, It is
hereby orlered, that the said T. W. Sal.
m ondl andi ali other the cre(litors to whom
the said A. G. .]tlrpliv is in any wise in.
delited, be and they are herev umiminoried
and have notice to appear before the said
court it Suiater Court louse on the 6eC.
ont Moi(Liy o A pril ne.t. to hebw ea use
it any they can, w hy the Prayer of the 'e.
titiOn afiremaild, slhouh lt ie gratiied.
W. J. N1NGLETON, c. C. P. a. D.
Office of conlloon pleas, Sumter J)ist rict.
Fe b. 3Ad., 1ti5-. 1 -1 Int:3m
[IF, SUBSCIIII-Elt oll-ra for sale I
I plantatio on the Santee River, about
milway between Vane's and Murray's Fer.
ry. nearly upposite tlhe Santee Canal. This
plantation contains about Five ''liosand Five
Huitiudre arres, (,it') (t Oak and Ilickory,
Pine and Swanp lami, well niaputed to Corn,
and long amd shrt (oltin. On the plice is
a good two story d welling, and all iecessary
ont buildings, in com plete repair , also one of
lie bst M ili S.ate in the couitry,with a la rge
and ubstimial dam. If desired, the place
could he divided to suit purchasers. 'he
lerm s will be liberal and accommodating.
For particulars. inquire of thie overicer on
the preniise, or address
- - -.1:11 -, 11 nar.. mtenug
T ft 'I TT- a if
Loouk up Stieet,
Wrim Ct.Anx's IJOTEL, is; St11ill op.
eration-(lhatiks to le ki ndness of good
Irienis)-radv to receive custoiners, and
eniter:1in thbeun. to their entire satisliiction.
M1r. C. is resolvcd Ihat his lIlotel shall not
he exceiled Iv niiv liiise in the country.
I'-verytliniig tell iarhet can furnish shall
be siread upon his table, well cookeid and
clanly.i Thle beds are all in good order,
and hal bekept soi. Give hun a trial
anld 31ir. Clark hledges satisfaction.
Jan. 11, Idii 11 t
Land for Sale,
Tlfi'E siib.,criber iilf;rs liir sale hijs tract
of iniinl coiilt~iiiing 700J acres of tup land
tnd 80t 1-. ac'res of swamop la nd1, lymii on
Sanite'e awhilp, ne-ar FulIton. In thle
pireniises are a Saw 31 ill, Cotton Gin
anid Serew, all ini repair ;alsoi a coimforia.
b'le d weling aiid all niecessairy ou tbil d.
mgs, in rena ir. Th'e tup binod- and Sa -
31d1 anid lhvelliing are situaited on I le road
leadinug friomiT C imien to Vnnelie's Fekrry,
sx mdie's west of llaiis~ey's )pt
Fultoni P. O., 8. C.
Coghian & Gay.
IA('KS.l l'lIS, Engiiieers, aarbin.
Bst un- ii Genera tI 1ach. in's. ir
heir services toi their frieiids and the hub.
Thermi. Cash-Or, whien it is c'onveniient
and safe to i'p'n acco. units for parties, they
muost sei tle op at the enid of each quatrter
ft the year, e iiher biy caishi, dsoiolit or
niote. Our butsl'etss will lie st rictiv cnn.
ducted (in thisi system du tring the presenmt
T. 3. COGlII,A N,
RIID.\3IiN GA Y.
Januasry 17, 1855 11 tf
RHeal Estate for Sale.
Theb sublst'riber iiiTers for sale ner plaiita.
tioni situatedl abiout thri'e ntes from Mfan.
chester depot. on the Wahinligton ainI
Mlanchester Rail Rtoid. Tlhiere are two
hutndlred and thirtv-Iwo o'res iln the t ract,
one htindretd clearcid and tiider fence and
the rest well timbered tip-btind. Th'le sit.
tion m is a very hea lthiy iand dtesirabhle one.
On the premi-res mare a fine d we lling hiotuse,
barii, st ables, kitchieni aind ot her otuttii-d
ings, aiid ani excellenit w~ell of water.
aTev s-Biend wvithi goodl and aphprolved
security, with the interest thereoii, paa
bbe annmiual ly durinig the lire time of the
subsc'riber. E. IIUF"Olty,
Exitratt of a letter fromt 31ir. Tlhoimas
Wy born, idruggist, Etn, dated Aptril 26,
1853i. "To', Professor Ilollowaty.-.Nir,
A case lately ciiiie tinder tmy niotice,
which I thiink should lie plil'y known.
It is that oif a poor tman who suifThred so
tdteadful Ily fromi chroniic rheumnat ism that
lie lost thle use of oneo side of his botly,
atnd enduhired ince'Lssati:t pain, lie was
under dilferent medicalI treautmient, anti a'
\Vesl tminster I Iosp~ta I thle faculty pro..
nouin'ed him i muti ra ble; however, by thle
use of' your Ointment anid Pi s, lie has
beent restoreid to hiealth and strenigthi."
Febrtiary, 7th, 14
Tobacco and Cigars.
Choice lots just receOivedi antd opien
by A.MP. NEWBE1RY
N 4 6
Office W & L R. R. Co.
WILMINGTON, N. C. Jun. 15, 1855.
The following schedule will go into operation
Night Train. Day Train.
Leave W. & It. R. It. 8.00 p. in. 7.00 a. in.
" Station Wilt'n 83) 7.30
" lirinkley's 9.26 8.26
" Flemington, 10.21 9.21
" Vitesville, 10.57 9.53
" Gristv, 11.30 10.21
" Fair Bluff, 12.03a. in. I1.00
Nichols, 12.31 11.24
" Alaion, 1.21 12.I3P.
(real Pee Dee 1.52 42.31
Alar's Illull, 2.41 1.14
Florence, 3.11 1.40
Timimonsville, 3A5 2.06
I.ynchburg, 4.20 2.39
l-ayenville, 4.52 3.06
Smnterville, 5.26 3.35
" lanheliester, 6.01 4.08
" Wateree, G.32
Arrive at Kinsgville, 7.30 5.00
Night 'Paain. Day Train.
Leave Kitigmville. 3.00 p. m. 5.00 a. in.
44 Vateree, 3.41; 5.44
461Sleseter, 4.0 6.02Z
Suiterv ille, 4.41 6.35
Alayeavilk., 5.07 7.01
JLyiscliwrg, 5.35 7.2
Titustnoiia, ills, 6.09 7.57
Flsorsi.ce, 6G3 .8.25
Mlar'.. Bluff, 7.10 8.49
-reat Pce De, 751 9.27
Marion, 8.20 9.52
Nichls, 9.02 10.32
Fair i2luff 9.50 11.05
Wliitenvill, 10.59 12.05 p. m.
Fliningun, 11.415 12.4
Brinkley's 12.45 a. in. 1.30
Arrive Vilintgton, 1.40 2.30
.W. & It. It. 1. 2.3J 2.55
D~ay Trains will r-top at rill the regular Sta
tiri, end at iosi'l Creek, a .well, White
mnarsh, l'cactick,,, Crrro Gordlo, .luhleits, Car
tertiville, niaui Ulm-, Savznnalk it-hen signaled to
take uil anid 5.111 down paissengerx.
W. J. FLNING,
General Superintendant W. & 31. It. R.
January 17T 1855 17 2in
";VY Watuhman copy 2m.
" aC- AL NOeICr.
T 1,ifore existiig, is this day di--solved hy
in"it l ina mon it.
We return our thanks to our friend and
Cu"toinersi for te ve'ry lieral patronage #x
tended to us anti ipe the Paie will be Col
t"nuedl14) the i firi of
CL.AEIKiON & BREUNSO
W ost rslesfulle, y beg all who are in
delited to tus. to ('05115 forward anti make inlie
diatti piiyntsvit vs .iltlir sfilam unadersigned, am.
we "rc coipelld to havo money.
. p. . 5.00KSO.
Jan. Int, 11;55.
Copart nmcm Miip.
rTI I K~ tiiulersigued have this flay form-.
ela Coirtilerlmin undser the namie and .title
of (larkson & Ilroisimos, anid will conitinuec to
carry oni the. Clithijigansi Psulilsiring brisilne..
inl all ii. hransf-hes. at tie old1 itatid of Wisin
& ('iarkmoti, %% lice we will 1w~ pleased to liavo
wur frienids. and lie litiblic ge neraily, to call
and examinie iour Ptuk, andi hope by strict at
tention to bii-ines, to menrt a continuiance of
the anine patronage iso liberalir extendc. to
%1iiin & Clark-ton.
E.I. W. CIA RKSON,
presetit .stiok (if CilAthing, tit first ct)'-t
fur easuh. CI1,A IIKSON & 1IRVN'SCN.
Jun. 25th. 3
('nw, oiltinlst onil e Satntee Itiver, about rove
miles. heluiiv Vance'. Perry, anti 4vo taining a
limt w~s'ilisiaaisl v. I liisidred (,11)a
crest oflprimie Oak, lHickory, Pine ansd Swamnp
undi. (Ili the. place aire gsintuse, barns, Ne,
grs. house.. andi nil nesessotry baildie gs Ins till.
roagsrear.i' us t4r.es 6.r02isr h
tem. il b ccinnil4. .35t
J. N 1"i 5.07N 7ut .irg
14 5.35 7.26
I~r. W. J .-13 A tk..5,;.
sii odua Zlflrl 7.t Ih0- purss.49wi
"s i uihite.vlo 05 20pm
"ag Flenngton 12 12.4
"a. 1)irg ik &e y's ..15 a. rm.jiest30t
iiiie iningtoni l 1i.-iii0 2.20etil oisu
a Trainrs wil tp nithe hiilo iu s rllar sta
ti.'nIi , a a~ ~l et f or e, lxelle hite
Itakrle up an pul downlpasenger.
Januar 17, Ij185 1 tm
't'i' Wtchmasin copy 2m. I
Wen etu or thof1'iank &to o u :tv fren s
thus dto mssforthei very librlspat on ageis ,llt1
atend liel t. nAll hopie Nste me wAcoill con
hined tor the newn firm iof wliiiliso
We N mot~ respectfllegtiall who are int'
debted oto hius oncim forwar andokeime
itot psyir-nec l- ittll lifs the ndefsina
weir aei compedt havietcst mo ey, cl
V. . IJ'. ICN N
Ja.It,15. sC N h ilR.
Clvn ol pay i ncea i p.C tck
ne'isinTn Iiii unesignhed htaveothis d ayh o
lieall Coarnenude thae fnaead .
inalins btahit the intestn tinn
&tcki t'srkon r we. wi. N. plaste tofv
the briten, andio te'public geni~'erayt c
and exaimin thur stckrr n he byerict iat
ltsntirn tobuin iesty meriit a contino
te tiamerpatrges ieal' etne.t
Oc. ..1 E85. W. CIAllON
LW I NOICE.
We wil nsei el aveporon al'he
prteshit intck pr'Cloting t flaw a.-t
'oricash CLA Sumt ON &DiRtriNcCN
A. C. hi.J. 8~ . 0r.w ItI T awDS
miae. 1el, Vance' erry an 3m aiiga
ThIutEw Whu anToedre 20)a
ycr.. ofprime nak picrysin ote arp Swamp
'mad. silte place aremin hofe ban, New
rorepair.wToeng 1 appoved puchto theoi
tIers winl Sbevamodl ngeppy
J. .'. Fsilid AN Sta. borg.
ND. W9. 1A5 . DAGA tae ti
The Trustees of the Sumtervillile Academy
give notice that they have engaved the services
of Mr. W. B. LKARY as Principal of the
Male Academy. lie will have associated with
him Mr. D. D. Rosa, who will take charge
partiedlarly of the Mathematical Department.
From the past esperience and success of
these gentlemeh, as teachers, the Trustees reel
warranted in recommending. in the highest
teris, the Institution to the support and pa
tronage of the community, and tite public gen
erally. The terms will be as follows:
For the primary English course, per
qnarter, - - $6 00
For the advanced English course,
per quarter, - 10 00
For the latter, with the classics, per
quarter, - - 12 00
Extra charge for repairs, fuel, &c. 50
Jan. 10, 1855 10 tf
ISSIloMTENSIA llAYNSWoRTnt has re
Opened her school for young ladies
Mss S. WELLS, - . - Asislant.
Terns per SeLsumio of five Months.
Ist Clas Eleinentary studies for younng
est gir. .5.... .. . .. ..1 00
2nd " " " with Geo
graphy. Aritlhrnelic, Grammar,
and liitry . ........812 00
3d, 4th " hligher sttudies for young
ladies . .. ...-..815 00
Instruct ion itt the French Language, 12 00
Mustle, 7. . .......... .20 00
EDT Ilours otf attendtnce at the school
room, froin 9 o'clok int tle morning, to
half past 2 o'clock P. M.
I an increased itntber of pupils re
giire it, other Assistatls of the high-est
nttainments will be emnployed.
January 1), 1855 10 4teow
All persoits haviig deiantids against the
lstate of R. M. Sanders,. are requested
to hand themt in to lhe suhscr.ber dtlv at.
tested accorditig to law ; and all those that
will have notes or bonds dte the first of
November, are requested to be punctual in
the payments, as the business of the Es
tate is such that indulgenre cannot be
W.mt. M. SANDERS.
Oct. 25, 1851 52 if
SUM RVILLE, . C.
Offlers for sale at the store formerly o ccu
pied by 13. Greenvauld, next door to tie
ollice (tf Capt. F. Sumter, a LA RGEl and
well selected Plock of FAL.L AN D WIN
TER Ready Made Clothmig of all quali.
ties and sizes, which lie will dispose of at
least tuenlyfire per cent lower than any
other houso ill town). The public are re
p--ctruliv invitud to call and examine for
Oct. 4th, 1854 49 if
C. PHIL LIPS,
OFFERSPOR SA LE, 1 lIrge assort.
ieit of Clothmin Dry Goods. Per.
fumery, Groceries, Candies, Fruits, Smoked
lleirings. Dried Apples, Toys anil Fancy Ar
ticles. Also Glass and Putty. &c.
N. 11. a large Stock of, losiery, Segars,
Tohacco and Snufy. For Sale. and Iow for
Jan. 31st 1855. 13 tf
. : Law Card,
B. W. EDWARDS,
A 'ORNEY AT LAW,
A V~ II
Solictor in Equity
WIL 1A practice in lite Courts for Sumi
e'-, Richland, Kershaw, Darlimgon and
00 Ollice on Couirt IIoutsc Square,
Sum~ttervihle, 8. C.
Jan. 101, 1855 10 t f
SaumaterviIle, Si. C.
Respectfully informs the people of Sum
ter District that he lots just receive .1 and
now oft'ers for sale the bes, selected and
most choice stock of
Fall and Wlnica
That cannot he surpassed by anything in this
market. le has received many new styles
which purchasers would do well to e xamine be
fore buying else where.
BR~OA DCLOTI 18, CASSIMERES AND
V E STI N G S.
A full and large suppely of Ilosiery, Shirts,
Drawers. GlovcN, Sus~penders, Cravats, hland.
kerchiefs, &c. &~c., -
A large assortment of iti-:A[DY 31AIDE CLO
'T illNt, which will lbe Mold low.
g-y (armnents manntfactured by the subscri
lier, andI wvarranted to give satisfaction. Or
iers from a sdistattce promaptly attendetd to.
Sept. 4th, 1854. if
Guns, Ammunition, Fishing
Mla nufact urerI, Imnporter and W 1holesa!e
and Retlail Dealer in .Yhoi, (Guns,
Rilles, I'isiols, F"ishing~ TPackle, and
all kinds of Xporting A pparatus,
Ttgthler with a general assoriment of
SMATE'RlALS FORt GUN MAKERS.
1V. E. Cor'. of Walstet nimid
Ssecound SI reeIs. P~iI Iindelplain,
Al Iof whicht, antd sutcht otherinrtircles as
be long. to hiis Iinet of butsintess, will be co04]
as low as catn lhe adlirdedl by any establish.
mienut in the Untited States.
lIt test imuony of htis sktdl as a mantu!, etur.
or, the Frankhn Inistitute of PhtettLlphia
hmas awvarded to hjimt sine 184O, two certii
catl~s. six silver mer:..'c, and cne tecal
premiuml; anti in 1854, the Crystal Palaci
tof New York, awarded to htitm a medal, tiu
ottly otne awarded for Shot, Gutna a.d L
icy- in the United States.
*K Krider's Sporting Anecdoltest" ill us
Ira ive oif certain varieties of Amnercat
Gma~ c, with remarks ont the Character o
thte Dotg, Field Dogsa Snipe, Woodcock
QutalI, Part ridlge, IDuck andh Pidigeon mtatel
shlootittg ont the Rice littting or Rteao
Bird , Grass Phover, I lull-heaniod or Gole
Plover, Cantvass Batck and Roed Ileadet
Dutck, Ameorican WViigeon, Scaup Ducd
and Canada G;tose.--Price 9i.00.
Address JOllN KRID)ER, Second ant
Aug. :31 1851. 44 . 1ly.
I have this day appointedl R. 13, Wilaon
and WV. W. Bradley,. my Lawful Agetnts
to transact my business.
MA RY S. WILSON.
Jan. 15, 1S5L. 11 * A
AT THE NEW STORE
UNDER ODD FELLOWS HALL.
A. M. NEWBIERY y ives notice to the
citizens of Sunter and Darlington.District,
that he is now receiving and openining at
his NEWM STORE, a choice and well se
lectea stock of Dry Goods, Hate. Caps,
Boots, Shoeis, Crockery, Glassware, Gro.
ceries, Saddlery, Hardware, Ready Made
To all of which lie invites the attention
of the public, especially the ladioe.
A. M NEWBERY.
Novenlb.r 22. 1854 5 If
All persons having any demands against
Capt. James I. Brock Deceased late of Sum
ter District, will please present their demandis
to the subscriber for payment, and those in
debted will make payinm to the satte
L. F. RiIAME, E'r.
Nov. 29, 1854, 5 f.
FAMILY U FPPIE 8,
Kendrick & Jenkins
WOUI.D announce to their friends and the
community at large, that they have opened in
Sinnterville op osite to Webb's Store, a largo
and varied stor - of
FAMIL Y GROCERIS.
Such as have never before been exhibited for
for sale in this market. It comprises in tpart as
IIACON-Prime Sides, Shoulder. and Iaims.
SUGAR-11rown, Crushed, Powdered and
COFFEE.-tio. Java, atd Laguira,
lard, liner, Monisses, Cheese, Crackers,
Markerel, Smoked Reef and tongues, l'iekles.
Prunes, lBratntlied friuitst Lobsters, Sardines,
Salnontd, Bologna Sausage, Vermicelli, Maca.
rounia, &c. &c.
Fine 'olaeco and Segars.
Irish Potatoes, 01m1otns, ilects, Smoked 1Ier
ings, Fruits, Nuts, and Conectiontary of all
Wheat, Bur-kwheat, and Itice-Flour.
In short they pledge thenselves by strict at
tention to business, keeping ont hand the HeS-r
of AL. goods in their line, and selling CenxAr
for CASt or produtce, to merit a share of public
J. it. KENDRICK. W. W. JENKINS.
Nov. 15, 1854 3 tf
Dr. R. A. Bethune
HAVING permanertly located himself
near Muldrow's Steam Mills, otfers his
professional services to the citizens of the
surrotmding crunt ry, and trusts by care
and attention to h paictits, to merit the
iberal patronage of the corninuiity in
general. HIis chtarges will be reasotahle;
mtito, "live and let live." Office at the
residence of John F. Muldrow, where he
inay always be fouttd unless called off on
A Cal 11 Earnest
All persons indebled to us by note, or.ac
count previous to the first of January last are
respectfully requested to make immediate pay.
We are in wrant ofall the money that is ow.
ing to Is, and we trust this call will not be
ROGERS & SPENCER.
Bishopvjlle, Nov. 29, H851. 5 tr.
Old Brass and Copper.
The Subscriber will pay 12-2 ceents per
pound in cash for any quantity of old Brass
or Copper, delivered at his shops, near the
Wilmington and Manchester R. R. Depot
T. J. CCOGIILAN.
F. M. ANDREWS,
Tfakes this inethod of inrorminog the citizens
of Sumterville and vicintity,
% -that he has jtast openened on
the corner above Clarks Ilo
tel, his NEW CABINET
WAIR EROOM, where hie will keep for sale,
cheap, tll suCh furniture as Comes under dhi.
departtmetnt of his trade; and will furnaish for
cash, at Charleston pirices, all description. ol
Furniture made. Repairing executed at the
Mfahogany and plain Coflins furnished with
Fe b 8, 1854. 15 tf.
The subs~cribers are now tn receipt of
their SPRItNG A NI) SIT MM E R STOCK,
consistitng oflevery variety of Gentts' and
Lau..:s' dress goids. Groceries, lIard
ware &c., . h they are preparod to .sell
as cheap as this tmarket can afford. Please
call and examine for yourselves.
RI. C. W EB B & CO.
A pr., 5, 1854. 23. t f.
BOOTS, SilOES, TRUNKS,
G AITERS, &C,, &C.
TIlE Emporium of Fashion and Quality,
where may be fountd a complete assortnment ol
1.adies Slens' Boys' Misses and Childrens'
Boots, Shines, Gaiters, &co almost every style
atid quality. rThoy are fresh goods and are all
warranted to give satisfaction.
J. T. BIRUN SON.
Next door to R. C. Webb,& Co.
Mar. 22 1851- 21 tf
To the Ladiest
VjhIIEstnhscriber hauvintgjttst receivedfroni
A N.Y. a heautiful selectuon t'F AN.
CY CASES, M EDALIONS, BROOd!i.
ES, &C., would re'spectfuilly in~vi'.e the
c itizens of Stntervulec and its vicintily In
Call atnd examine for ltemn-lves, and he
feels assured that niothing~ on his p~art will
lie left, tundtotne in .ororiing a correct like.
ness for all whio un~y favor inm with a etnll,
Rtootms (tup stairs) next door to the Sutmtea
T. A. L-AFA R, Artist.
Janu:ary 10, 18% It) tr.
Tlhere is no use ini talkings the stubscri,
ber tns closed his business for the pur.
pose. of settling, anti must have imoney tr
meet pressing demands, andl hopes tha
those who are ini his debt will appreeit
his ntecessities, cotno forward andt sotth
Jan. 17, 1855 11 If
Land for Sales
T~IlE tindersigtied OtTers for sale a trac
oe f land contaittittg thiree hiundred amt
twenty five acEres, sittuated otne miue .South
of Ilreas ington lAke.
VTe sittuat ion is pleasant antd beautifti
and tunsurpassedh by tany in the district, foi
gonod waler, health and line range for stock
Terms will be made to suit the pur
Address JNO. J. INGR A M,.
January 10hl5 1 P.
SBLANKS Fo Sate~ -siha
OUR OFFICE IS FREPA C
All Orders in Job, W rk,
10ill NJeatttes.sw tzpdigi ..
We hope those of'our reaiders ilshin
work done, in this line, will giveu a.cah
For the Bauine. -
SUrTE1VILLE, S. U.. Dec. 141854
Gentlemen of Clarenmon County:-I com 4
out in this manner to inrormo you thatcri
cumstances (if a private naturo wijllInt at
low me to be before you two yea'r ,en
as a cnndidate for a seat in the StitJ
islature, aid having a willingnetleutsbov
you il Some way, I off-r you my's*rvieP
as a catndidtte for Tax-Collector at ate
next election, and if elatrd do, promisoeto
dischart.e my ditty to the best of my bility.
I ami yours, most respectfully,
0. P. McROV
fCf" Watchman please copy t,,
Dec. 20, 1851, 8 tf
We the friends of A, R.
BRAIIALM Esgr.. tako pleasure in an
nouncing him as a candidate for Sherift* f
of umiater Disirict, at the next lection Al
Mar. 209, 1851. 22 tf.
A Number of Voters take
pleasure imT ann10ousncing Col. WMl.IAM
A. COLC1.OUGlII as a candidate for Sher
itror Siiter District, at the next election.
Alarchi 15, 1.95-4. 20 tf,
Mr. Editor: Please announce
Capt. T. D. Fumnsox as a Candidate for
Sheriff of Sumter District at the ensuing
A ug. 21, 1853.
Mit Tie friends of Capt'
P1. 11. GIBBONS announce him a cuandi.
date for the office of Tax-Collector for
Salem1 County, at the ensuing election and
obligo MANY Vorrns.
October 1 %51.
F O R 0 R D IN A R Y.
Ri" Mr, Editor:-You will
pleass announce W ILLIAM II. BRUN
SON nsa candidate for the Office of Ordi
nary of Sumter District, at the ensUing
April 271h, 1852 27-tf
I e We are authorized
to announce A. E. 1001, as a candidate
for Sheriff of Sunter District at the enat.,
December 21, 1852
W E are anthior ized to announce Wu
LJEWVS a candidate for Ordinary at
the ensuing election.
jluan :8. 18-54 35 tf
For Tax Collector.
The Friends of .l. Y. *irunson, annouce
hin a candidate for Tax Collectn of Clare
mout County, at the ensuing Electighi
M any Voiers.
Opt. 11. 1854 .50 Aa
The Friends of R, G, Potts
annouce tin a Candidate for Tax Collector
for Salem. for the neit terrn.-MANY Vo-zas.
Oct. 18, 1854. 51. tf.
Uija Messrs. Editors:
Please announce Mr. JAMES McCUL- 4.
LUM as a candidao for Tax Collector for
Salem, for the next term.
Oct 11, 1854 501 t~f
THE sub~scribter huas just returned fromn
the North, and as now opening a splendid
Lais Dress Goouds
of all kmnde, iz:
A beautiful lot of Rich Plaid and Striped
Pl!ain Colored do. Black Striped and
Cashmneres. Mcrintos, Persiant CI.aihs ;
Ladies' Corsets, Metalic Corset Boards,
Rtigutlets, ;assortedl colors, French work.
ed Qolltars. Batnds, &c. -
L~adies' Kidl Gloves, Ladies' Gaunntlets;
Lonig Black Mitts for I adics and Misses.
Shioes of all Descriptios
Tlraveling T1rus., Carpet Bags, Ladies~
Work Boexes, &c. &c.
A full stock of Negro Kerseys, Blanket,,
Ne!Iro Shoces, Groceries, of all kinds.
Readly madec Clothing, S->.idlery, Haruw are,
Cook ing Staves, Air--right Parlor Stoves,
I-'armers Doders, &c., at lower pt-ices thtan
usual. Call and get bargainsa
Oct. b. 13. HIANKS
TMl lIAlILLEE lIOUNE
Suserile Sb C, Nov. t;1854.
T1his llouse, sitnated immneditely- om
the WVilmaington & Manchestrggatoad
~and at very nearly a central point Eetween
Wilmington N. C. Charleston S. gntd
Angusta Ga., is st ill aonn for thter. pkon
and nccommrodat:nn ol'the travelling pulta
hic, and afnbrds the tired traveller att ep
portugaity to lay over a night on the ijn
somefa journey t~etween the pomnts; b
alluded to. The Proprietor had t .ip
several comnfortable bed rooms fori lex
press purpose and having incin~ the
first heary expendiiure ont this lit~1 e4
for thme comafort and accomrain6ddtos a
traveller., lhe hopes, by the centlniI4
unt ireing zeal con the piart of the
of the esta blishment. tot secure
anco of that liberal paronagbei
himt for the last ten monthe nI-~f
refer to hn ndreda fromtthe. Norttt
East and West, ats to thie .cit~ f&
hIlot~se, hut prefers personse
Nov. 8, 18.,:
Just Arrived an~ot
F re.Sereetns, Wmadnw. hade%'f"y
and Fixtures, &Cr
~Violiti anvd Gu ~ % '