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PRiCEs CURRENT OP TiE
Corrected weekly by
W. S. L.awtos & Co.
PACTOns AND COMMISSION MERCANTS,
Charleston, S. C.
CIAIItLEsTon, F, b. 28.
Cotton.-Upland. The sales of t.is
article the past week amount to 14,155
bales. Our quotations, s'nc.% the Baltic's
arrival are as follows: Inferior 6 1.4 to
6 5-8 ord.nnry to good ordinary U 7-8 to
'7 3-8. Low to strict Middling 7 1-2 to
ec; Gond Middling 8 1.4 to 8;3-8; lid.
diling Fair 8 1.2 to 8 :3.4; Fair 9e; Fully
Fine 9 34c and upwards. Florida Long
Staple 18 to 26- for c--mmon Fine 27 to
14c and upwards. Santee and Main
Long Staple 20 to 28c for comnon, Fine
29 to 39c and upwards. Sea Island.25 to
GRAIN &c.-Corn Tucarora common
99c $105, Flint 11 to 115. Rice Clean
13 to 4, Rough 1 to 115 per bushel.
Flour $9 to 1I per bhl, 700 lihl sold yes
terday at $9 cash. Bacon Sides 8 to 10c
per l1, llanis 11 to 14c per Ih, Shoulders
6 1-4 to 8. CofTee Cub 10 1-2a1l 1-2
Rio 9 1.2all l'2 per lb. Oats 63i(68 per
bushel fiir supply in market. Peas $1
Oal 1 20 per bushel.
Molasses Unba sales this week at 22 cis.
and New Orleans 26 and upwards. Sit
gar Common Brown 4 1.2 to 6 1.4c re-.
lined 6 1.2 to 9c. Salt by cargo 1$ Reta i
at 81,25 to 105 per sack.
February 2S, 1855.
Turpentino.-Advanced 10 cts per bbl. Sales
for the week 3160 tibl at 2,50 to 2.60 per bl.
Yellow Dip. Spirits T''urpentiie dccliied 3 cts
per galon with bales of only 1363 casmkN. Rosin
-The market dull at 104 for large bils.
MARRIE)-.On the 21st inst. by the
Rev- Abner Alexantiuer, ir. TuioalUs G.
CoInrT-r to Miss, FLETCHIE VELDoN all
of this Distric.
SOBIT UAR Y.
1)ED in this place, on 1niday liit, at
her residenet-, lrs. Rachel Solomon,. in tie
.57 year of her age.
I)IED in this District on Sun.lay tIhe 25th
ins:. Ir. Mo-esm AleLeod, in the 77th year of
J. 1J. N. H1AaE-rrimounce him a candi.
dale for Colonel oft i c 44th ROgmimtent So.
C . A ili"ti, to 1il the vac;nuicv occisiom-d
by til! ,s'gnation of Col. F. M. Mehleit.
Fe b.28 -17
Dr. E. Crane's Patent Erace.
111v11rj4j81bulder Brace an]
some tile be!ore the public,
A A and is niow rapidly snperced.
ing every c:her ilnven'ion of
a sin!ar nature.
It l.a-s len found by experience that
the most important end of the corset is,
answered by the use of this l-irac'.; and0
this is elTected in so happy a manner
that instead of h1mg done at the cxpcn se
of any organ or set of organs, it is really
a henelit; more particularly so tar as
the lungm are concerned; for whilst thc
body is maintained a an erect p.'tim
instead of Lite cheat being comrpressed
t h..reby, the expanlsion of the lungs is pro
imoted, the enti.-e front oaf tIe chest is per
fectly free, the lungs expmtd to their ful
lest extent, aml life maititained in a most
Iealhby and vigorous imnIer.
The following gentlemei have kindly
lent their aid it making them more lavo.
rably known, by sigmifyiiig the same
over their ownI sigrnatlures:
John McCaia, M1. D).; L. II. Deas. M.
D.; E M1. IHoykimi, M. D)., Caimden. S. C.
Datmel 11. T'resvanit, M1. D)., Colum.
bis, S. C.
James 0. Ha~ygood, M. D Blarnwell,
Thomas A. Elliott, M1. Dl., Orangeburg,
Tlhomtas Smith, M. D. Darlington Dis.
trict. S. C.
P. BI. RumT M. D). Newberry, R. C.
J. C. Nott, Pd. D. und Hlenry Ii. Lavert:
M1. D.. of Mobile, Ala.
J1. Marion Simns, M1. D., of Montgome.
E, Geddings, M. D., Prof. Institutes
and practice oh Mediciine, Char leston, S. C.
H-on. Wm C. Preston, President ot
Coluta;n College, S. C.
Richard "' 1. M. D., Favannah, Ga.
Valentine Moit, u D. atid Wdilard
Parker, M. D., Profess"t' of Surgery,
New York City.
is. P. Holton, M. D.. Professor of r
iology, New York City.
J. C. Cheesemnan, M1. D. New York.
rTe followinig are Professors in the
Medical College WVashingion City, D. C,:
Lonis Mackall M1. I)., J. Rilev, af. D.,
M Miller, MI. D., Robert King stone,'M.
D., B, V. Bohrer, M. D., Gralton Tyler
A UGUSTA, GA., Nov- 28, 1853.
"Ihe undersigned having experienced
somte debility from long continued seden.
tary habits, was indutced to try one of Dr.
E. Cratin's Spino Abdoinal Supporters.
Having fully tested its mierits, hie feels
nio biesiation in saiyinug that it is a very
valuable article for all persons who suffer
itn any way Irom debility. It is v-ery ser
viceable to persons in good health, who
have miuch writing tol do, or who havec io
.devote many hours in the day to occupa
dt.ion of any kind. TIhe uindersigned is
satislied that lhe can detote tmuchi miore
?ime to his avocatons with the use of this,
Bra than without it, and with far less
Ittigue. In short, it ig hig pno ta t
t-so would so sustain the health and
st rength of the system as to prolong
.hile Ior sever al years.
- JaatiEES M1. Sat YTIHE,
Editor Georgia isome Gaz-ette, anid P. M.
st A ug usta, Ga.
Thue Proprietor will'r-emain a lew days
and would be pleased to have ladies aund
geni lemen call atid examinie for them
A lady of m y years experience in the
business will wv~it upun lad.est, or on re.
?smving a liin will v.L i ta .a t ulr
Feb. 28, 185.5 17 it
A L prsonts Indeb.edm to the
L82tbcrier, either by note or ac.
iniwn, are rmquesed to cmne foirw.srJ an.d pay
imuEiadiately,. *A.lgnger. Imnugence cannot -be
r1, Lia -m, And also; the nubscriber inform. hi.
trtin tht~ lie still continues ito carry on the
lasoe,-s andl saddle making, repairn,g, &kc.
~-for calh ajid tbarter. No book. or accounts
will be kept for the presenty ear.
Feb. 7. 885 ,mW .,
Fisk's Patent Metalic
The above cases, wood Collins, IHearse, and
all articles required for Funerals to be had at
F. M1. ANDRIt.WS, Sunrville, S. C.
Who also has onl hand, and will make to or
der. all kinds of Cabinet Furniture, Chair*,
Mattresses &c &c, which be will sell at Charles
liepmiring executed with neatness, and at the
Feb. 28th, 17 tf
TWO UNDRED DOLLAR S
REWARD. Stolen from the
suoucrriicrs pInce, Middleton Swamp, eight
miles from the Village of Orangeburg, on
Thursday. the 14th instant, a large Grey
llorse, about 16 to 17 hands high; has a
imiark on his hind foot, caused by the cut
ting of a rope; he is about ten years old.
A reward of $100 will be paid for his re
cevery. The said Horse was stolen by
William Cloyd. Said Cloyd is about 5
feet S inches high, weighs about 135
pounds, ins dark hair and whiskers, crip'
pled a little in one of his feet, anid hips,
he is nearly bald on the fore part of his
head. Has a Brother at Marion Court
flouse, and when last seen was makinig
his way to Columbia. A reward of $100
will lie paid for the recovery of the llorse,
and 0100 for the apprehension of the
II. N. SNELL, Orangeburg C. ii.
Feb- 28, 17 3t
TE Ffirm of t. C. WEliBCo, hereto.
fore existing, is this day dissolved by
rmut ual con-ent. The debts of the firm
are asumned avid will lie settled by I. S.
Wei)b, arid tihe notes anid accoults ile
ihe firmare placed in his hiands, being the
only authorized person to collect or other.
wise dispose of the same
I. C. WERBB
Febl. I'!th 1855. Rt. S. W E BB
:4r"R. S. WEBB takes this ieans of
inlorming the public that he will here
alter carry on tie niercanlile butsinless,
upon his own responlsaility. at the old
stand of t. C. W1lBIl&Co, where ie in
vites a call froin all ile customers of the
late fI im of t. C. W13l3B&Co as well as
tho public genrerally.
Fel. 28, 17 tf.
All persons indeble.d it :ne either tby note or
accmint will ilea.:-e take notice that after the
11th day of M arch, next they will lind their
Notes or accounts in the hands of an attorney
for collection ard alsio the notes and accounts
diet lite Firn of Winn sindl Clarkmon iist be
settled by that tirne or otherwise they will
have to pay cost, it is not fron choice that
I will lIrave to press but froi niecessity.
L. J WINNi,
Felb, 28, 1855 43 if
Wil! he sold at the !ate residence or Dan
iel Rogers, on the 15th March nest, tine
negroes, of good character, fitted for fiamily tue,
on twelve ionths credit, the purchaser giving
bond and apnruvcd security.
F. xecutrix of 1). Itogers, dee'd.
Feb. 28, 1855 43 2L
R K Rutledge
SPrpuut y Siurveor,
I NNOUNC(ES to irhe pulble, that he is
AIregularly e(uipt fort Surveying n.i,
mt ait part of this State; and will attend
promptly to arty call ie man1ly recerve in that
line of business. Address Friendship Pu.,
References W. C. Dukes. R. J. Man.
nin.,. R. B. iIarvin, L. F. Ithane, Dr.
T. W. Brrggs, ti. al.
Feb. 21, 16. 4?.
W IC are now receiving a nrew assort.
rnent of Cinghramris B1k &. Colored,
Prinits, 111k Alptaca's, Canronr Cloths, Fr.ech
L.awns, Hlrilliainis, P'rintts liik & Colored, linrs,
a good alsstrtmrent (If 1.adties Misses atnd Chlil
drens Shoes, also lHoots, Bileuchned & hirrwn
goods, Chreck Martirrg, Willuow hlaskers, Sadh.
dlecry, &c., a few dozen Towel Itacks neat ar
62 1-2cts, a gitotl assortrrnent of China WVarc,
Ti'n Chuamrber Sets &c., &. Whrich will be sold
low, J. T. SOLOMiUNS & Co.
Fe bruary, 21, 1855. 16 a
In Equity--Sumter District.
JohnW. Sucke, Ad'r. ill fonr
Needlhamt Itiley, et. al. Paurtitn,
vs. Iantd sale of
M. D~ubose. J Negroes.
BY virtue of an order mane bv tihe Cotirt
in said care, I will offyer "for sale ot
Suimler Coutrt I loutse, oin thre first .Mondaty in
iarchr next, SIX LIKEIY NE~ltOES (if
-lelivered to me.) directed to be sold for P'arti.
tu,.. ,mdter thre case statedl.
Tsa-.. Or SA.r..--So rmutchi cash as will
pay thre co. anid charges of thre proreedlin,
the btalance oftt- n. urchIase mnety to lbe secur
ed bty bowtl at one ye.*' with goodt arreties and
to hear iruteresrt fromr day oe -se, to be arnnual
ly paid, untuil tihe whole isntshet
W. F. B. JiAYNSWOayru,
Corm'r Eq. S. n.
February, 21st, 1855. 10 td'
ATTOR NEY AT LA W,
Solictor in Equity.
WVILL practice ill the Courts bor Sutm.
ter, Richland, Kershawv, Darlinigton amnd
S~if" Office on Court Ihouse Square,
Sumrtervnlle, S. C.
Jan. 10, 1855 10 if
Dr. R. A. Bethune
IIAVING perrmanerttly located htimsnelf
near Muhdrow's, Steam Mills, off'ers ihis
profesmronal services to thle citizens of the
suirrounadinig cr-unntry, and trusts by care
arnd attention to h s patients, to merit lire
hrberal patronage of tire comrmunmily in
general. Ihis charges will be reasonable;
rmollo, "live and let live." Office at the
residence of John~ P. Muldrow, where hre
mnay always hre found unless called off on
Bradley ville, 8. C. Jan. 3, 1855 9 3m
OUR OFFiICE IS iEPA REDI 0
All order's in Job Work,
IUit) Neatness aub IDespaId).
We hope those of ouir readers wishing
work dnin li ,lin., wl ...:n ..... call.
DIRECT SPRING IMPORTATIONS!
Rich and New Designs Embroideries
Muslin and Cambric Worked Collars
Cambric and Muslin Bands
Muslin arid Cambric Edgings and insertings
Lot Undersleeves, will he sold at reduced pricue.
One lot Changeable Brownissinto Silks, at 37 1 2c. per yard
Rtich Plain Mode Colored Silks, at higher prices
Plaid Silks, new and desirable styles
Mazattine Blue, Brown and Green Hlood Silks
Colored White aid Black Marce-lline L.ini.g Silks
One lot Plain Changeable Silks, at 62 l.2c., usually
sold at $1.25 per yard.
DRES MERINOS, DELAINES, PLAIDS.
Garnet, Blue, Tan, Brown, Corn-Colored, Greeii aid Drab Alerinos
Small lot Barege Delaines, at 12 1-2c. per Yard. Stripe- Gosseige
DuLaines, rich patterns, at 25 and 3; 1-2c. Plain Alode CAolored DeLaines
Plaid Ginghams at 12 1-2c., worth 25,
English Cambric Chintzes, at 12 1 20 warranted fast colors
Clan Dress Worsted Plaid.
BLACK SI LKS.
Lot Black Silks, at 50c per yard, Gros do Hihine, at higher prices
Gros de Paris, rich lustre at. *1 per yard, Black Repd Silk, at 50 cents per
Yard, Extra.wide Black Silks.
Black Bombazine, Alpacas, Canton Cloths, Lupin's Challies, - Black an(
flalt.Mourning English Calicos, Black and ItalI.Mourning Calicos, at li
Yards for *1. Mourning DeLaines and Barege DeLaines
Black Alpaca, good black, at 12 1.2c worth 25, Fine and high lustre Black
Alpaca, Patent lil:tck English Crape, ine and coarse Wall or Crimp
Black Crape Leisse and Black Illusion ror caps
Love Veils and Ildklis. Black Kid aid Silk Gloves
Black Crape Collars, White Mourning Collars.
Liancan Goods, MIacetings, &c.
Linen Sheetings, Pillow case linens, Pillow c-aIe Cottons, 12.4
Cotton Sheeting, imitation Linen, Iuickaback anid Diaper Towellinig
French Fringed Tray Towels, with Colored Borders, Turkih Iatig Towels
lluckaback and Scotch Towels, large sizes, Extra.hieavy all Lineni
Dowlas, at 12 1.2c. Damask Napkins, a large variety
Lot Damask Napkins, at 12 1.2c. each 8 and 10.4 Tiablingr )anIak
Datnaak Cloth, Enuglish and Amtierican L(IIut [Is, at great iangains
For Plaustcrf& Use, at teduced Prices.
Duflil and Mackiiaw Blankets, Fiie Bed liminkets
llotel Blankets flr single bed, Bed Coliforts.
All-Wool Plaiuas, &c.
Grev Wool Plains, at 37 1.2c., w41rth1 50e.
Drab Uniont Kersey, at. 12 1.2c., worth 18, Georgia llis, Nil Fillim,
Grey Sat-inets for Servants, at -.Se. per yar., Extra.h1ea'vya
Small lot, Grey Cotton Kerseys, at. 10e. per yard
Cotton Osiaburgs, Plain and Striped, Blue Striple and Plaid loinespons,
Apron Checks, &c. Calicos at 4 aid 6 lc., fasL colors.
All.Wool Red Flannels, at 20e. Extra.tine lIed Flannels, at 25e.
Real Welsh and line Saxoniy Flannel
lied Ballardvale, wide and fine, ior invalids (ainti rlieunmatic.)
Lubin's Extracts and German Cologne, Gennj,,
French Lavender Water, delightfiil perli."e, 'footh, Nii, Cenh at d lai r
llrushes, Toilet Powder and Soap, Shavi1gr S1a,, Tood PlowtIer, Frcih
Dressing, Tuck and Side Cmihs, Ladies, Gelts and Cili"nIi's IN im,
Undervests. Gents, Ladies and Children's I Ieosierv aind Glove, in all variet ies.
10Af'It' E & DEILAND,
257 IKlang-Street, Cor-mca' of Weastwioleera.
Feb. 21, 1855. 16Ga
IrgE.Coghian & Gay.
sUCCKsSOnts TO IACKSAJlT' l,
G. LITTLE & CO. their services to their frientil aid the pib.
N I'f 9 KING T R'eris Cesl.-Or, wluii it isR Tonviciei
Nei dour to Victoria 111 Safe lie c:ll .eI a t e ilr pm rie , ill'!
CII AIU.,11KSTON S. C. sel !111 ;0 flie em! o e.tl: qIi:ir.r
Always on hand-A large and Fashliionable e f a1L vear, ii her cy eaeslIc
Stuck of 8mlto
Ready- Made C loi ai n , o ur bisriess ill l strictly c.
RI':lly..YadC Cotluiu~, ueled onilic11s mssiecr (uiig the piresent
AT TiE L.OWEST ?o8Itini. racrCs,
SIIRTS , hOsilItY, UM iEtlLI.AS,&c.&c year.
W11iL~ES.-LE A ND iti''TAll,..TJ.CGLN
g""? JOHlN T1. DARtBY can be fuund in January 1AY.
thi '.st tabl ici t.
Fe t,. 14 Alp. 12, 1854. 15 ly - Steam Saw ifiiie
SO. CA.-SUMTIER DISTI.rpIES S(Il3S cmgo
William W.,. Coulliette In, '*uaiyeria.iiIl mid1i.tic teeNItss
Agnes L. Coucllietie, Billfor Xpeciftc (ege:clccc c c~n a ilf
Wilhamc It. Ieyneolds ande Pel'rformance, Ac dclr~~c er r ce eaii~,eccr*
Anii tija, heis wife and I cnm. P'aritionc I~ic cDcilciv~eecc i cae e lc, l
Jmec Peter Comulliette. J aned DJistribti nc. ilic incccecjy, it ei.laldiec.
It appcc er g to, my satishctcin that ciclfe iccrietisicck.i
Jaines Peter Couiliette, defendaent in the C* 't.I-1larec.chsoitnr
above stated case, resides out of the limcitscal.AcrociieisIIe.erer r lll
of the Staet e or South Cairolina; on mnotioneIafil s.Ji.13,tIinjdric eur
of Comnplamain;ct's Sc citdors. It is ordered Acccii i itI ~e~~ tdc cc e ~el
thaet the said James l'eter (Coulette dec up qceereite ceec ea.IyNca cl c
pear and pcleadl antswer cr demuicr ico thce1).ecicincis lc(cccpcy N
csaid hill, withlin three monthsi, froini thce CF~ IY*i~icteeccccijac c.iea
date of thIe first. publientioni of this order, cueoc ev Zc.ie ciec u ce eii
or an order "' pro~ contfesso "c will be eni. ces e~ildca ia eliitIyei1
tered agaicest hism. uccccceiticeicihiir icjrt6ric. c
AlIso orderedl that this order he pulihedc eicii ci .iticried l-uituir~t
for three monthus in ocie of' the gaczette' of itec et eI ta ce ~eIeieSccc e
this district. or~aatie il
W, P. B. IIAYNSWORII. CGJ~N. lMcaes
Comi'r. Eq. 8. D. ii.~ t
year ol, as A~creciiee totiesCarcem t hei sl ervices to theirc tfriensandthe agub.s
i'ra~, indr lIN, crecin orWigTermw act asIth-rI whena.. ih covenim
~Itir, tcw Icicg JutUpci ecglt if ~c od arm iciafe to openl nc e c eu t o lacrtcie,authey
'1'averccin Sumnte~e~le. t, tl e yea~irl er her bcycaish, dil cunt ice
A. J. IIOSE noe. Or ased wiltlit'ii te treitlyio.
Nov. 29.1854 5T. J. tCOlA NExr
Jnuy. 7, 185 5 11 if.
AT TlE EW Si'OIE eraken the. IAIannt takf tlesr
UNL)ERODD FELO IVSHALL.ceioln, lineiiii&iC 'sicte eswit wlifo
citzen cf Sucuera nl Lar inide 1ismni hem ipeen yilI ear, lie inow b maingc spehe rlee
th~c he s icw reeivng ad opniccni a ise an nreent in icd Iil as r.JnI.
enabl thmcosupywthdspthte e
locte stoc ol ) Goos, hts Casmkmie foer ndimber at in th ee market
ryci hs "Tcli S -1 ercnt isoan.
payobs, 1sicsJu, . c85ck nywnlasrwarereqrir
caresS'acller, iardar, RadyMierednit, l 55b req2ret
AClnnotus Iceinegath ed&c.ac
of heepubicespcialy he adis.Allte f thenpee te.b te, 'ai h or ci
Novembe 22, 154 5 tf aiiaeiwocicengant telina t'ipay wgi -~~
BOOTS ShOS, ncI~NI(S ll lCES es.4 wit tce epes auticis c ad
he lstcy of tke abrvh terms lindr ceetc
GAIERS &CW&J.. Wei is doalihatw caueet cgut
T~l Ejsimn f Fccin ndQe accomnfu dahe icaureighoinpeerne.
tvese ci h fciidacoplteasdchicctO r a.th may5b . 1e1 a u ifrhn soo
Laie he.'hys hjissan ;hilhs'wtch esus 12 iin, Wp. tFrnirJ.L
JFeb..13. 15 SO,
Feary 154th. 85 15 3f prmesh.n ie catc o a
Trd, one tEN Loeandf ins New tchirtcoe cucediyA
N.Y., n beauptifulo seeihn of the- old &IICI~tS
tivens of Sumtervill edisviiiyt
nothin on hs partive.
be leftAlndonesinssecuring ancoreeatdlike.inst
Mal fr ll homa faorhcma it ercul. itit willplsersn tVIwr lemand
Itomne(upstars)mcxt oorto heeSu to the EubcrLA for paymen and bethoi
Banner ofice. demtwl evkr payegt to ti aet.A
T. . LFAR Aris. WolealLan F tilA31,Icyr
Janar 10 155 11) tI JNev 9 1854, 5~~U MOSE.
Office W & M, R. R. 0o0
Wzt1.1INUTON, N. C. Jan. 15, 1855.
The followiig Schedule will go into ope.ration
U P TR AINS.
Night Train. Day Train.
Leave W. & I. 1R. I. 8.00 p. m. 7.00 a. in.
. Station Wilt'n 8.30 7.30
" lIrinkley's 0.26 8.26
4 a ieIN,
" Flem ingion , 111.21 9.21
'' Whitenville, 10.57 9.53
"f Grimts, 11.30 10.21
" Fair il11fT, 12.03 a. M. 11.00
" Nicihols, 12.31 11.2s
o laion, 1.24 J2.13 p. m.
" Great Pee Dee 1.52 12.34
"o Alar's 1tillulT 2.41 1.14
" Florence, 3.11 1.40
"s Timmonifewville, 3..45 2.06
1ynblmurg, 4.20 2.39
'-Mayeesville, 4.5Z 3.01;
Siumtierville, 5.26 3.35
S liichester, 6.01 4.013
" Wateree, 6.32 4.z5
Arrive at Kitingsville, 7.30 5.00
D -W N TIAINS.
Night Ta sil. Day Train.
Leave Kingsville, 3.00 p. am. 5.00 a. n.
" Wateree, 346, 5.4-14
S alacliester, 4.06 6.12
" Snumerm ille, 4.11 6.35
" Alayesville, 5.07 7.01
Lyiclhblurg, 5.35 7.26
Tiimaonsville, 6.09 7.57
Florence, 6..3 8.25
laur's 1i1u11, 7.10 8.19
" Great Pee Dee, 7 51 9.27
"4 Marion, 8.20 9.52
" Nielusik, 9.02 10.32
" Fair llle'T, 9.50 11.05
" (riptm, 10.25 11.37
Whniesville, 10.59 12.05 p. M.
" Fleminigtun, 11.45 12.10
" l1rinkley'so 12.-15 a. mn. 1.30
Arrive Wilinuiugtoin, 1.40 2.2)
'- W. & it. It. I. 2..) 2.55
Day Trains will stip at all the regisir Sla
lionsl, andks at I (oo Creek, 31aIxwells, White
nmarsh, l'eacmcks, Cerro) (orlo, .ilnleins, Car
itreville, aid Ciiane Savaimialh ihen signaled to
take tip awl lit down patiseigers.
.. J. FLI:IING,
General Spiierintendait W. & 31. It. ft.
Janaitry 17, 1855 17 2m
ter acopy 2m.
[1 I'1i .1 it L L3) hI I u uEA NTB
Ma2tmterv-illec S. C. Nov. I 185..
Tis lion1se, st-Ied inmtiaII.tely onl
thet Wiahniint &- Alancheste:r Rail Road
and at very rrly a cetiral pomit betweeni
Wi.ni;ioin.l4II N.C. Charleston S. C. and
Aglirlista (.i.. is still open lor the reception
and acro nibtitnin o' the tratvellimg publ).
le. and aliril ilhe tired traveller an op
porlimity tI lay over a n:gIt on the tiire
.1III-Iurey 1.etweenl IIh' pinn11ts above
alided lo. The Ilprietor hasi litted uip
several corniortable liedromis Ior twat ex
preis i urpose and havinig inicurred tlte
firslt hi'try e.rjepedituro on this hine oil rna1
:ar tlie coi1mforit and accoimmloation o1
travelier-. he hopies, by lie ciftinued and
ultireilig za l (n ti le part c. th1e Mlana rt'rs
-~ ~ ~~~~~~I v h sahhet oscr oitinlu
ance odI that liiersAl patroiage bestowed on
iom fir thet last tell iin111ith1s. lie could
reter too inndreds rirm lite North, Sout hI,
l>i.t ruil Wet, as ;'. tie clatus of lia;
lIm.se, but lrefers perons givi og hi im a
W. S. AMITCHELL,,
B. Mirent:r.r. ( aircs
AN lAy, anaers.
Nov. 8. 1854. 2. 6m.
Look Up Street.
Winn 'tUnt's I () 'EL, is Still in op.
eratiin-(thanks to thlt- kindniess of gooId
friend~s)-re'ady lto receive cuistomuiers, .ad
entlertinu tiheii. 14o I ii-ir i'nt ire satisfactjion.
Ar. C. is re'solved t hat is 114)1el shiall not
he e~xceljled by sanyi hienise in Ithe countiry.
'vo'etin Il t In' ma~irket ennl fuirinish shall
be saad nipun is1 talet, well cooked anid
ele:.inlyv. Th'le bedus a re all in gniid order,
anid shll b e kept Ilo. G ive hun i a trial
and air. C lark led~iges sat isfactioin.
Janl. 11, 18~24_____ 11 tf
Real Estate for Sale,
Tlhe" s.nubscritier uill;rs laor s~ae Ineior plant a
ill situal~ted abouilt Ithree~L m114 fV4rorna Mlan
che'ster do,n oin the Wihnliiintn aond
Alanmchester Rail ltloui. There tare two
liunidred anid thlir 'v-Iwo -rres in thle tract.
ine hinudred cleared and tu nder ecei iid
the rist wellI tiimbered up-1.land. Th'le sit.
11at1ion is a iery i:uI he y ail desi rabie oane.
Oni the' pireii es are ta line ihi u' linig htose,
litrn, staleis, kitcene and oilier 01uthil d
ings, aiid an ei(xcellenti wvell of water.
T en:t s--lb'ind wtitho good1 and up1)roved
s'cuirityV, withI thle interesi thecreoin, p~aya.
ble annuoial ly durmlg the life time' of the
sublscribier. E. BUF'OltD.
1855 12 tf
Land for Sale,
TfI IE subhscruber * .lIri for saile his tract
of nind conitaininlg 7h0 acres oif up1 Iand
and 80 1.2 acres of swamplI Ianrd, lying on
SateIe swamtip, near Fuiilton. O n the
prnltS are a Saw Mll, Cotton Gin
ando Screw, all ini repair; also a coimforta-.
bile dlwelling andu all Iniece'sary ot huilId.
mys!~i, in repair. Th'le up3I hoils anud Saw
M1il andl IDwel ln' are sit iutedl oni t he road
leadtog Ifrom Caieo n t Vance's Ferry,
sx mies wvest o1 Itasey's Depot.
J. W. WVEEKS,
Fultoii P. 0., S. C.
Jan. 24, 1855i 12 3m
FAMILY S U P PLI ES,
KiendrlIick & Jenkins
WVO1 1.13 annonneilii to their friends and thei
commn iy aiiilt lairge, tIhait Itie y have opieed jr
SumiitervilIcle ppsite to Webbhl's Store, a latrge
itaid variedi stuck oif
Suchl as have inever before bleeni exhiibiteud foi
for salie in thais miarket. It compi jrisei in part at
St;GA t--Ilrin, Cruasheiil, Pow4.dered ant
COFFEEK--tio. Jatva, anid Lagulira,
l.arid, Iliner, Sliaiassets, Cheese, Crackers
'uilkere.l. Simokied iHeif aiid tiimignes, P'ickle
Pirulnes, liraundiedl frulits, ILibstrs, Sardlines
Salhnonidl liiolognma Sausage, Vermiicelli, Mlaca
Fine Toba)iicco and Segars.
Irish Poltatiies,, (Imons, lleets, Smokedl I1er
igsFruits, Niuti, tand C.oniectionrary of al
Wi'heal, ltihtkwheat. anid Rice.-Flour.
In shoilrt the~y pilge themiiselvese by strict at
Idoltion to bausiess, keeping on hiarnd the Hli:s
oh &Ai~i. gioodsh in their line, ant d lling ClngS
fo CASu or piruduc, to merit a idhare of publi
.. It. K1ENDIllCK. W. W. JENKINS.
Nnv. 15, 185 3 .f
The Trustees of .he Surntervillle Academy
give notice that they have engaged the services
of ir. W. II. LCARY as Principal of the
Male Academy. lie will have associated with
Iims Mr. D. D ROSA, who will take charge
particulatly of th% Ma henatical Department.
Fromt the pat experience and success of
these getilenen, as teachers, the Trustees feel
warranted in recommending in the highest
terms, the Institution to the support and la
tronage of it- community, and thie public gen
orally. The terms will be as follows:
For the primary English course, per
quarter, - - SO 00
For the advanced English course,
per quarter, - - 10 00
For the batter, with the classics, per
qnlarter, - 12 00
Extra charge for repairs, fuel, &c. 5)
Jan. 10, 1855 10 , if
T lE FIRM of WNN &CLARKSON, h're
tiofore existing, is this day dsolved by
We return our thanks to our friends and
Custoners for the very liberal patronage sx
tendedl to sit rind hope the same will be con
tinued to the new firmi of
CL A9KIISON & BRU UNSON.
We most respec:ftlly beg all who are in
debhted to uoo, to come forward and make imn
diate payment L , either of thei undersigned, as
we are compelled to have money.
D. J. WINN,
S. E. W. CLARKSON.
Jan. lst, 1855.
Copart enersh ip.
? 7'TilE' nidersigned have this dlay form
ed a Copartnerslip under the nase and style
of ClarksRon & lirsmson, anl will continue to
carry on the Clothing and Tailoring buiness,
in all is branhsa, at the oil1 stand of Winn
& Ciarkso, where we will be pleased to hIave
our frienlm, ant tle ilic genserally, to call
arid exatmine or stor -, sal hope by strict at
tentiin to bus-insst, to imerit a continuance of
lie same paltronge so liberally extendet. to
Winn & Clarksons.
S. E. V. CLAlKSON,
V. II. HIIUNSON.
We will sell oil' a portion o' tIe
present .s-tock of Clothing, at first csts:
for eash. CLARtKSON & DIJIUNSCN.
J an. 251 It. 13tf
11I1E UN )ElSlGNE ) nfllrs ihr
sale his Plantiation, krown am Tnw
(Caw, rsitusat'd on the Santee Rtiver, about five
miles behlw Vaice's Ferry, and cortaining a
blit Two iaThsisani Two imdred (2,20o) a
cres ofprine Oak, Ilickory, Pinse and Swaip
sud. 0n tle' plr are gin Insise, barns, No.
grit hoses. and all nec-es.ary buildit gs in tho
ro~uglh repair. To an approveil purchaser the
termis will be accomiuiating. Apply to
J. N. FiIENUSON, Stateburg.
T. lIE SUBSCRIBER tohrs for sale his
I plantation on the Santee River, about
mlidway between Vances aid Murray's Fer
ry nearly opposite ist, Saniee Cnis. This
plantation coitains about Five Thous.and Five
linmtired arres, t5,500,) of Oak and Hickory,
Pine aid Swaip land, well adapted to Corn,
ad long andl s4m.rt CoCtoins. Oii Ilse place is
a good two story dwelling, and all necessary
ouIt buiildlins, in complete repair ; also one of
he bust .Ill S.tats irs tlse coIirtry,with a I-rge
and sibtantial lam. If lesired, the place
could be divided to suit purchasers. The
terms will he liberal and accosiodating.
For particulars, inquire of the overseer on
tle premntises. or address
J. J. FRIERSON, Statesburg.
rhere is no ise in talkine. the subscri
tier has closed his businiess for the pur.
pose of seIhnig, ;t.l is wt have money to
meet pressing dematids, and hopes that
those who are is his debt wIll appreciate
Iis ntecersities, coime forward aid ittle
imtiiediat.ly. T. D. FRIERSON.
Jas. 17, 1855 11 tif
All pertmis havtrig deiands a.ainst the
Estrare oif R. SI. Sasnders, are requsestd
to) handt them in to the subscrber duly at
te~stedl accosrdinig to law ; andi all thtose hat
will lhave notes or bontds dtue the first oh
Noivembter, are reqluested 1o be punsctual itn
the paymrenits, as the bussisess of the Es
te is such that itnduilgence cannot be
WaM. M. SANDERS.
Oct. 25, 1854 r2 tf
rs. Ca. M5a.
A. G. tsurp)hy.
A. G. Mtirphty, who is int the custody
of the Shseriff sir Sumter Disti-icS, by virtue
of a w rit, of Capias.. ad Salisfacie-ndum, at
theo suit sif T. WV. Sahnsonid, having tiled
in msy ollice together withi a Schedule, on
oath, oh Isis estate anud efTects. his petition
to the Coturt of Commnoni Pleas, Prayinug
ilhat hse may lie admitted to the benefit ol
the Acts sit the General As-sembslly, miade
for the relief or isnsolvent Debstors, It is
hereby ordered, that the said T. WV. Sal.
mosnsd and all oilier the creditors to whlonm
the saidu A. G. Murphy is itn any wise ins.
dlebtedl, be andI they are here by susmmsoned
anrd have naitice So aippeair before the sand
court at Stumiter Cottrt Ilouse on the see..
ornd alonday of A pril ntext, to shiew cause
it anyv they east, why the Prayer of the Pe.
titiont arforesaidl, shiouul not be granted.
WV. .J. SINGLET'ON, c. c. P. .D
Oflice of commsron pleas, Sumter District.
Feb. 3rd., 1855 14 l amr3/n
Samtrville, S. C.
IRsrpectflidly intformi the peaple of Sum
ter lDistrict thast heo has just recelve.j and
ntsw sifTers fur sale te bestselected andJL
most choidce stock of
Fall and WVinter
which puirchlasers wutld do well to e xamine be
fore buiyinsg elsewheure.
BROWADCLOTIlS, CASSIMERES ANI
A frill and large stupply of Horlery, Shirts
Drawers, Glove'ss, Suspeniders, Cravats, Haens
kerchiefs, &c. &c.,
A large assnrtenernt of tE ADY MADE CL(
TI'IING, which will be sobl low.
n.Y Garmeta mannrfactured by the subser
tier, andis warranted to give ssatisfaetion. 0
tiers from a distance promptly attendeds to.
Sept. 4th, 1854. t
OFFERS FO)R SALIl, a large assni
meo'it of Clothingf Dry Goods. Pe
frumery, Groceries, Candies, Fruits, Smoks
r lletrings, Dri'i Apples, Toys and Fancy Al
'tieles. Also Glass arnd Putty, &c.
a N. It. a large Stock of Ilorriry, Sea
Trobaccs atnd SnuWf, For Sale, sind Low
Jant. 31st 1855, -X3 pu
* ~ ~ Ihaubibates. ~
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.,
Gentlemen ofClaremo 6Uir*.
out in this manner to Intbrin -fou thtir.
cumstances of a ptriate Atue -wituoti&;
low mae to ho beote yod two f-i0i" hence
as a candidate for a seat in the StateaLe
islature, and having a willingestoirve
you in some way, I offelr yoti my eetitle
as a candidate for Tax-CoMectoa she.
r.ext election, and if elegted do promiseoW
discharge may duty to the beet of ny'ability;
I am yours, most reupectfully,
O. P. Mwc.
ff[' Watchman ple:aSO copy tf.
)ec. 20, 1851 8
We the friends of A R
BRA DHAM Eeqr., take pleasure in as'
nouncing him as a candidate for 8heri
of Summter Districi, at the iext Election
Mar. 29, 1854. 22 t.
A Number of Voters take
pleamre in announcing Col. WIlLIAM
A. COLCLOUGH as a candidate for Sher.
itTof Sumter District, at the next election.
March 15, 1854. 20 tf.'
Mr. Editor: Please announce
Cap t. T. D. FIdEnsOM as a Candidate ,or
Sheriff of Sumter District at the ensuing
Aug. :24, 1853.
U The friends ofCapt.
. l. GlBBONS amoumice him a cmndi.
date for the oilice of Tax-Collector for
Salem County, at the ensuing election and
obli!!e MANY VOTERS.
FOR O R DINA R Y.
CT' Mr, Editor:-You wiI
please announce WILLIAM H. BRUN.
SON as a candidate for the Office of Ordi.
nary of Sumter District, at the ensuing
April 27th, 1852 27-tf
vls: We are authorized
io anntomce A. E. POOL as a candidate
for Sheriff of Sumter District at the enso.
December 21, 1852 8-tf
W E are authorized to announce WK
LEWIS a candidatc for Ordinary at
the ensuing election.
.im n' 28, 1854 35 tf.
For Tax Collector.
The Friends of J. Y. Bruison, annoue
hin a cantdidate for Tax Collectmor of Clarei.
mont County, at the ensuing Election,...
Oct. 11, 1854 50 tf.
The Friends of R, G, Potts
annouce him a Candidate for Taz-Collector
for Salem, for the next term.-MANV VoTzas.
Oct. 18, 1854. 51. tf.
*aii' Messrs. Editors:
Please announce Mr. JAMES McCUL.
LUM as a candidate for Tax Collector for
Salem, for Eie next ern.
Oct 11, 19454 50 tf
SUMITERVILLE, S. C.
Offera for sale at the store formerly ece
pied by B. Greenvauld, next door to the
ttice of Capt. P. Summer, a LARGE and
well selected stock of FA LL AND WIN
'TER Ready Made Clothing o all qual.
ties and sizes, which he will dispose of at.
least twenty fire per cent lower than any
other house in town. The public are re.
pecotfully inv.ited to call and examine for
J. SCIHEW RIN,
Oct. 4th, 1854 49 af
TeCapartnersmhip heretofore existig
under the firm of BUTLER & N EWBRtV, ig
this day dissolved by limitationi and mutu.
al consent. All tihe Notes and Accounts of
the firm have been placed in the hands of'
Y. N. BUTI.ER for collection, who is the
only authorized agent to liquidate the
de bts of the concern. All persons indebted
by niote or accounit, wvill please come for.
wvard amnd make immuediate settlements.
Y. N. BUTLER.
A. McCAIN NEWBERY.
Having snld mny interest in thme Stock in
trade to Mr. A. M. NEWBERY, I would
recommend him to the customers who se
liberally patronized the late firm.
Y N. BUTLER.
Having Bonght tihe interest in the
Stock in trade from Mr. Y. NJ. Bartam of
the late firm of BUTLER & NEWBR.4
will from this date carry on the imercantile
business upon amy own responsibility. I re
turn my thanks to the customers of th
late firm, andI earmnstly solicit a contama
anice at their patronage.
A. McCAIN NEWBER1a
Oct. 26, 1854. 1 ti.
TH E subscriber has just returned frot a
the North, and as now opening a splendl,
stock of -
' Ladies' Dress Good;
) of all kumds, vis: -
A beautiful lot of Rich Plaid and Stpe
,Plain Colored do. Black StrIped .~
l- Plain do.
Cashmeres, Merinos, Persian CI.arhq
Ladies' Corsets, Motalic Corset S9. ds
t Lacea, &c.
~ Rigulets, assorted colors., French Wf~r I
rLadie' K BdGloe: Ladies'Gauli~4~
Long Black Mitms frI adies anadMI
Shmoes of' all DesaptI.*
Traveling Trunk,Carptgs ge
Work Boxe's, &c. &.. tc
t- A full stock ofNegote tae
id Ready~ made Clothmnt./SudsIe
Par mers Boileris, &e. t*,
'*~ ual. Ca l ad a