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Rich and New 1)esigns Embroider'(
Muslin tiad Camb1rie Worked C(I
Cambric and Mitslin Hands
Muslii atd Cainbric I
One lot Chaneable Bronissinto
Itich PlaiIn Moe Colored Silks,
Plaid Silks, new arid desir
Mazainie Bitne, Ilrowv
Colored White ta
Onte lot Plait
DItlls8 MERINK8 I
(arhet, Hinte, Tan, Browi, Corin-Colu.
Small lot Barego Delaines, at 12 1 -2t
DeLaines, rich patteriis, at 25 mid 37 1
1laid Ginglhams at 12 1-2., worth 25,
English Catibric Chitzeos, at 12 1 2C w
Clan Dress Worsted Plaid.
11 1 A C K
Lot Black Silks, at 50c per yard, Grous
Grus de Paris, rich histre at .4I per
Yard, Extra.wide Black Silks.
Black, Bombazine, Alpaca, ..aton C
Ila. Mourning linglish Calicos, b aek
Yards for l 1. Almurning : Dr eL aines andi
Black Alpaea, gotod hblek, at 12 1 .2e v
Allaea, l'atcit il ick En:tglish(i Crape., I
Black Crape Leisse amid Black Illusion
Love Veils and 1ldkis. iltek Kid aiit
Black Crape Collars, White MuniI ing
Linen Sheetings, Pilow case litnens, Pill,
Cottin Shecting, imitation lineni, IInel
Freih Frnreged Tray Tvowels, with Col
Hluckaback anid Scotch Towels, lar
Dowlas, at 12 1.2o. Damask Napkin
Lit Damask Napkins. it 12 1.2e. cel
Dama,k Cloth, Eiglish and Attiricat
F'or P1Jaanica-'. Use, -
Duflil atd .Mackinaw Bhaikets, Fine i1
l Uotel Blankets Ifr sittgle bed, Bed Coi
Grey Woul Plains, at 37 .2I., wrtth
Drab Umnioti Kersey, at 12 1.2c., wordl
Grey Sat iltets for Servaits, at 'ne. iwr
Small lot Grey Coitti Kerseys, at Rt
(Cittutn Osnahu-gs, Plain aid Striied,
Apron Checks, &c. Calicus at 4 and 1;
All.Wool Red Flhitmels, at 200. Extr:
Real Welsh and line Saxioiy Fllaiitel
lRed Ballardvale, vide amid lIne, 'r iniva
Luibin's Extracts andl Gernman Ctologne,
Fretich Laveider Water, deligittfil pr
Brushes, Toiit, Powder and Soap, Sh
rin y g, t uck nd tt tU it Cisti, I
Undervests. Geits, Ladies and Childre
Fceb. 21, 15.
G. LITTLE & CO.
No. 199 KINAW NRR E T,
Next door to victor's lotel.
CHIAItLESTO N S. C.
AlwayR on hatid-A larg.- and Fashionable
AT TnE 1.0w EST P'ossiu.E PaucEs,
!7. JOlN '1'. DAUBil can bet fonndtt in
.F'eb. 14 Ap.I 185 l4. 15 ly
Dyspepsia Can Be Cured !
A ngust 2m0th, 185-1.
DEAa Brat: Fur severatl yeacrs past I
have becen severey a3 tllbrited withI sick hied.
aches, and after tryinig every ting I cul d
think of; iund receit ing ito beinefit nt hatever,
I at last gave intyself uip ats a conitiritted.
dyspeptic. unt ihearinig of you r pirepara
tion, "The~ Balsom oft ci e," I Ccuchided
to give thatt a trial also. antd proenured two
bottles from) your Agent D)r. T. A. Da.rgani
of Darlinmgtonu, 8. C., and friiim the titme I
beganm to tatke it, I hiave not had a single
uttt k of heaachule, and nmvw foe I in hopliiet
that even the two bottles have imadle n cnre
of ime. But lea ring that I ma~y have a
relapse, I havye determined to coni tnno it
loniger. andi I enclose ytn 81( 0(1 for w hich
you wtill please sendt as manty htittie's its is
custutma ry lor thait amount it. By Rail Roa~d.
P. S.--Please forwaird bty express train
Sept. G, 185-1 415 ti
SO. CA.-SU M'TElI.1) DST.
WVilliamr WV. Coullietta ~ In Equity
rs. 1 umter I}ist.
A gnes L. Ceonllict Ii, flillfor Xpri/ic
WillIiamt Rt. R~eynohlds anti -Performance, Ar
Anit lAtitia~, bit wife~ and cout. Pttriiitton
Jamtes Peter Coulliette. J ande Distribiutiuon.
it atppearmi tg to mity sat isietmtn thait
James Pteter Cotilie tie, defenidiant in thle
abiove stated caae, resides ont ofi the htmits
of t he Sltre of South Catrolinta; ont imotioni
of Comtplatmmant's Sohteitors. it is ordeore.l
ithtt the said James Petecr Coutliette do op
pea and pleaid anisweer cr dlemitur to the
said bill, wit hin three mn.inths from the
dlate of the first ptiblicationt of this order,
or an order " pro conf~esso " will be en).
teredl agaimst himti.
Also ordeuredl that this ord~er lie pubhlishl eil
for three months ini one of the gazettee of
Coui'r. E. S. D.
Fehrmtary 14th, 18i55 15 3 a
To the Public,
JOIIN CHINA ofirs his services to the
citizensu of Sumter Dlitrictt anti the pubilic gen
erially aind pledges himstietlf io give eveury atten.
lion to the catle of all properties entrited to bla
hands on commission, either at antetioni or pri
vatta sal-e. TheI facilities hte enjoys, as to situa
lion ant i l ong~ experienice in te bus~inteuu are
satisfactory eviidenc of i ability to d o justcee
to anl who matty empilloy him.
Fe.22 85.17 e I
Dealer in Provisions, Flour 1,
-BA COA, GROCERIES, WINE'S,
LIQ UORS, CIGARS, T'OIRA CO.
Plantation Supplies and
- A l. Li c'qir-dson Se~et
* .e clAntUJt s, s. C.
t - tn . 2 .m -
:dgings and htisertings
, will be sold at reduced priese.
ilks, at 37 1 2c. per yard
at higher prices
Sanid Green Inod Silks
id hiack Mareelline Lining Silks
I Chnlgeable Silks, at 62 1.2e., usually
*1.25 per yamd.
Lud, Green and Drab Aleriios
per yard. Strip Gosseige
-20. Plain Mode Colored DeLaines
arranted faist colors
S I 1 K S.
de lihine, at higher prices
ard. Black Rlepd Silk, at 50 cents per
loths, I1n pin's C1halliesis, Black anid
and Ilall.Mou rning (Calicos, at 12
orth 25, Fine and high lustre Black
nte and coarse \Vall or Crimnp
)W cae Cottnsn 12.4
tbaik and )iaiper Towelling
Ored Ilorders, Tirkish Ihthiig Towels
ge sizes, Extra.heavy all Lineni
, i large variety
8 :1nd 10.4 Ta bling Dam ak
i Lonths, at great Inrgains
it Redlucedi Pr10ces4.
18, Gtorgia Plains, Wool Filiing
oari, Ex tra.heavy S.tiniets, at i7 1.2e.
e. per yard
Blue Strilre and Plaid Ioinespuns,
.4c., flst colors.
I.fine Red .Flannels,'.at 25C.
lids (anti rhenmatie.)
V ry, &c.
Iinne, Tuothl, Nail, Coib at.d 11.air
aLving 5 j, ITotI PIu)%der, Freich
lilies. Gretsi ; and Ciii dren's Merino
n's lfusierv an11l Gloives in tll varieties.
O4AlTIE & DELAND,
I, Corna' of WVeuatwiorth.
I HE P. .i. c. tgenterayli , anl d I 'l N h
Nw-nltoirothr w%-Ih the N111Im.
Riflemen and Beat No. 2. are invited to partici
pate wnith the C.Aar:mroN Taoor in the cele
bration of their Anni ar .ry, on the 2*2nd day
There will lie an orttion delivered hy W. E.
lhcK, Enqr., in the Court Ilonn-e at I'o'clock
A. M. it. C. WEIBIB. Captain.
IT. N. llradford, .. S.
Feb. 7th, 1855. 14 tud
Steam Saw ll,
i llE St.'IISCB 111 El lS hiaving un
d<iira ;tl t i he Ito'ii:11m1 l ttiit. iif NIes'rs
('oghalan, Dixonu & (o 'ii 'teamt Sawv Mill for
the phresent year, aire ntow mattkihig .tneh re.
enalble thetm to sutippl y, with1i dipatchi, the do.
mnand for linmher ini this tmarket.
YErr litMS- 10 per cent. dliictti for
cash. Apiproved notes wh len ordlers tare filh.d
payable 1nt, Jan. 185(;, whIena parties require
credit, n ill be requtired.
Account. mnust he closedet at the end of each
gnatrter oif the pir*eent year, byv Note, (ushi (r
Ijiscountit agaliint the Comnpatny. gg' N l
C l'SIV. fj~ nt tchotice, 'omtpels eun to ad
here strictly to itke abtove terms int trde'r to
mneetI the~ heav y ex penctes attenttling tour bumi.
nos. We. will dlo atll that we htot etitly can to
accomm todate' tunr neighboar. in pirefe rencu to
mendling our I.unmher to a dli~ tan ttmiarke't.
O rdlere miay lie le-fitat our Miabine Sh' p,nor
with Messrs. l'. IDixon, W. J. Franci., or J. L.
Morriisey, at the .Mills
C()t illaN & GA Y, Manageis.
Watchman copy three time.
t aTEli I A I)G E, No. 23. r. O. 0.
6 lP.. W ill celebrate thteir SitCONl) A NNE.
V1sitSA ltV oni th-- 2Itht Februtary in.st. by a
pitbhlic p)roctessioni3. andl ana trationt by I). D). G.
M.-TEIOS. 1E. 1iV*A NS of lDarlington. All
neighbonrinig l.utuges and the O~rder of Itebekah
are resupectfuilly invited to participate ini the
JIOlIN W. D)AlGAN, Secretary,
J . W. DanoiAs, |Cornmiittee
J. B. WHITrE, Jr. y. of
F. M. Axnuws, A Arraeiements.
Feb. 12, 155. 15 10
WITTE & GOODWIN,
Importers and WV holesale D)ealers in
Foreign and Domestic
WINES, LlQUORS, SEGARS, &c.
.No. 92 E~aT BAr SrasT,
Charleston, S. C.
Feb. 10 I5ly
NO. 11 11AYN E STI'REET,
Chtarleston, 5. C.
lie, keeps conatantly on hand a general arn
PAITSs and1( Un.s of* all kinds. Varn-.
[1ishes', WVindow Glass anid Sishes,
4:iri ts '1Ti pentine, Spirit Gast, Cotton
Foot Gin F~ixtuzres, Glue andl Brushes
->f various kinds.
eb). 14 15 ly
*1'he stthneriber hiaving complted his ar
rangemnents for mahting Sash, iitids andt P'an
nell IDootre bega leave to iniformn his friemils anid
the ptublic, that he is prepared to futrishu at
shunrtitoticei, Sash ofall sizes primed andh glazed.
Ilhutds to sitilt atiy size witdo~ws, painted or noit,
and Pannelh Dioors of any size or make, a por
titot of public patrotnage in respectfutlly solicited.
Ii. work in all dione by hand and ouit of good
50 lghits oft8J 10 Sash ready for delivery
to suit window. of 12, 15, or 18 lghis.
.lAM ES hELL.
?~mtcinilin Apnril i29 183. 24 e r
TAKEN UP by the Sub.
scriber, on Thursday morning
22TI~aAY 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 oin the 22nd
inst., at your usual pinee of rendez
vous, properly armed and equiped.
it. C. WE H, Capt.
11. N. Brmdford,0. S.
Feb. 7th, 1855. 14 t4
Fresh Gardi Seeds,
2000 papers, Warranted:
rTIIE LA EST and best assort
I uent ever brought to this narket. At
Wholesale and Retail, by
.Jn. 31 LI PELRIZY MOSES.
Dissolution of Co-Partner
Ur- TII COP)'ARTN1ERSIlIP in
the practice of L~aw, for ViIliaushurg
antI t he adjoining Dist ricts, heretofore ex
isting. between the Subscribers, under the
firm of Rich & MeKnight. ias been
dissolved by mutal consent, and will no
longer exist but for ils liquidation, which
will be coiductel by tihe Senior Partner.
A. ISAAC McKNIGHlT
Kingstree Jan 26 14 3t
T. \iV. S:a unond,
vs. Ca. Se.
A. G. Murphy.
A. G. Maurphy, who :i in the custoly
of the Sherif 'ii Snoter Distriic, by virtue
ofa writ, of Capias ad SaisIfaciendum, at
the suit of T. \V. Salhn11ond, having iled
in my oflice together witi a Seheduitle, on
oath, of his estate andt effects, Iis petiltio
to the Court of Cornnorn iPleas, Praying
that lie may be aduitilei to the beniefit of
the Acts i the General Assembly, made
for the relief of insolvent lelitors, it is
hereby ordered, that ihe said T. W. Sal.
n 1111and ali other tlie cre(diors to whon
the said A. G. .Itlrplv is in any wise in.
delited, be and they are here 'v imnoned
and have notice to appear before the said
court at Suniter Court louse on the Bee.
otd Miolav il April ne.t. to shew ca use
it any they can, w hy the Prayer of the 'e.
tilion afioemailt, shoul it be grnitited.
W. J. NINGLET(ON, c. c. P. a. n.
Office of comniioin pleas, Sumter J)ist rict.
Feb. 3rd., 1U5-. 1-1 Int:3mu
[I E SUBSCRIIIIElt oll'ra for sale his
T plantatin en the Satnite River, about
miidway between Vance's and Murray's Fer.
ry. nearly uppositeO the Santee Canil. This
plantiation contains about Five hliousand Five
I iniudred mres, (3,:>t0.) ot Oak and Ilickory,
Pine and Swamn lanai, well nuipted to Corn,
and long anid short Coltn. On lie place is
a good two story d welling, and all iecessary
ont Iuildins, in coni plete repair , aiso i ne of
he hst M ili S'at" in the country,with a large
and ubstamtial dam. If desired, the place
could he divided to suit purchasers. Tho
terrim will be libieral and accommodating.
For particulars. inquire of the overicer on
the preinises, or address
T . 'I TT- rs
Loouk up Stieet,
EVitn Cr.AnxK's IiOTIEh, is sti in op.
eraction-(thIan iks to ilhe kintdness of good
trieinds)-r'ady to receive custoiriers, anid
nteri:n t W.h1eni. to their entire satistction.
1r. C. is resolved tiat hiis lintel shall n11
lie exceilld by niiv hii~nse ini the couintry.
l-very thinig lthe miarket can fuirinisha shall
be stpre'ad upon hris talet, wvell cooked and
lel. Thbe beds are all ini good order,
and sh~ali e kept so. G;ive hin a trial
and 31ir. Clark pledges satisfaction.
Jaii. 11, liia 11 tf
Land for Sale,
Tl'fIh sub~scrber uoilers for salec his tract
ofC riniil cioitaninig 700( acres of till hand
and 80 1-.2 acres of swamp la gir, lymii on
San tee 5swaiiip, near Fu lion. t~n thle
prnne are a. Saw 31 ill, Cotton Gin
anud Serewv, all in repair ;also a ceiifoirra.
ile dlwelinhg andm all necessary outbuiiId.
migs, ini rena i. Thle rip bind-si andi Sa -i
31di1 aiii lhvelling~ are sit uated on thle read
leadinug fromi.(T nimen to VineeC's Ferry,
5;x moil' we'st of llamiisey's 1)epot.
J. W. WEEK.S.
Fultorn P. O., S. C.
_Jirn. 24, 18.55 I12 ,lm
Coghian & Gay.
B iSis iin-l Grneral 3 :lachi ries. irr
lhiir serv ices toi their frienuds and the huh.
Tlermis Casih-Or, whlen it is conveiet
and safe iio opn cun itts for parties, they
nmust settle up s t the end of each quarter
,ft lie year, e'ither by ca shi, dSoiolit or
no~te. Our buii'tshes will lie strnictiv con.
duicted on this cysreimr during the prese nt
T. .1. COlIII,A N,
January 17, 1855i 11 if
RHeal Estate for Sale.
Th'le subiscribier offers for sale tier plainta.
tiont situatedl about thlree nurlrs from Mfan.
('hi&ster depot. un thle WV hnigtoin rand
Mlanchester Rail Rtoid. Th'lere are two
haiudred anid thii' tv-iwo lcres imn the Iract,
one hundred cleared and tinder fenice and
the rest well ftibered up-brid. Th'le sit.
tiation is a very boalthiy arid desirale one.
On the premi-res are a fine d we lling house,
barn, sta~ble'c, kiltcn andi oilier outhiuiI-I
ings, and ain excellent wvell oif water.
Tnctr st -Bientd itnh goon arid a~hproved
security, with the initerest thereon, paya.
be anntiual ly durinug the life time oif thue
subscriber. E. IIUF"OfI),
Ex.'trarct ot a letter from 3hr. Th'lomuas
Wybirtn, idruggist, Etoni, dated April 26,
1853f. "TIo Professor IIlolloway.-Xir,
A case lately comie uder my notice,
which I thinuk should lie plicily known.
It ts that of a poor0 ann who sufThredl so
dlieadful Ily fromi chrotnic rhteumtatisme that
lie lost the use of one0 side of his body,
arid enduiredl icessat:t pain, lie was
under different muedicalI treaittment, anti a'
\Ves tminster I Iosp~ia I thle faculty pro..
nor.ncerd himi mnuran ~ble; however, by thle
use of your Oiinment and Pi s, he has
beent restored to haealthi and strenugth."'
February, 7th, 14
Tobacco and Cigars.
Choice lots just receivedi antd ophen
by A.MP. NEWBEIRY
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
" Flemingion, 10.21 9.21
" Wlitesville, 10.57 9.53
" Gristv, 11.30 10.21
" Fair Bluff, 12.03a. m. I1.00
Nichols, 12.31 11.24
Alaiion, 1.21 12.I3P.
(real Pee Dee 1.52 42.3.
Alar's Illull, 2.41 1.14
Florence, 3.11 1.40
Timmonnsville, 3.1 2.06
I.ynchburg, 4.20 2.39
' iayesville, 4.52 3.06
Simnterville, 5.26 3.35
" lManchester, 6.01 4.08
Arrive at Kingsville, 7.30 5.00
Night Ti'ain. Day Train.
Leave Kinlgmville, 3.00 p. m. 5.00 a. in.
44 Vateree, 3.41; 5.44
46 lna..h-lester, 4.0 6.02Z
Suinterville, 4.41 6.35
Alayeivilk., 5.07 7.01
Lyiscliaurg, 5.35 7.26
Titnnisy ills, 6.09 7.57
Flooretee, .G3 .8.25
Mlar's Blluff, 7.10 8.49
-reat Pce Dee, 71 9.27
Marion, 8.20 9.52
Nichols, 9.02 10.32
Fair illuff 1 9.30 11.05
Griist, 10.25 11.37
Whiitenvill, 10.59 12.05
Filingtun, 11.1 12.40
inkley's 12.45 a. 2n. 1.30
Arrive tilinillgton, 1.40 2.20
W. & It. It. I T. 2.i D 2.5
eay Trains will stop t n l the regular Sta
ti",,i, it lool'i Creek, Maxwells, Whit
miarsh, Peacticks, (Crrro Gordlo, 3lullen.s, Car
teriville, i ui Savannah ihen signaed to
take up aad evil down assenger.
1L. J. FLN3MING,
General Superintendant W. & 31. It. R.
January 17, 1855 17 2in
t;VY Watchtnan copy 2mi.
SK"E 31A L NOTICE.
iui1foro existinig, is this day di.-solve1 by
We returu nor thanks to our friends and
Custiners for the very liueral patronage i ,x
tendeul to u* anti hlvps thet Paine' will be Coll
ti"te4t the ne n fir of
CL.AEIKiON & BREUNSO
W maot resiwvtfulle, y beg all who are in
delited to usm. to comne forward anti make intlnts
diatOa payna(vatt vs ailieur of alta undersigned, am
" are compelled to haNic mony.
. p. . 5.00KSO.
Jan. 1st, 11;55.
Copart nmcm Miip.
rTI I K~ iii..lermigaued have this dlay form.
ela LCoprirtilership uinder the namie and sityle
ttf larks.,n & llroitimou, anid will conitinue' to
carry oni the (l1fihiiig anul 'a'iloring brisIness,
ill all ii. brait.-ltes. at the o:ld tatid of Wi'in
& ('aarkmni, %% hecre we wxill 1w. plea.-ui to havo
uuir fri.end-4. and th li iillic g:nerally, to Call
and exauiie outr Ptoek, and hope by strict at
tentio.n to htisines. to mnrt a Contitiuance of
tite satan patronage so liberalir extendc. to
%Witto & Clark-ton.
E.I. Wt. CIA RKSON,
WC N'III] ill 0't1 J)tOtIuiii O.r the
presetit stiock (if* Chtttliig, tit first CtO-C
fur eash. CI1, AlIKSON & 1IRVN'SCN.
Jun. 253h. .
I.~ p.. 'lw .07 7m~ .01 '"
('a, itatd o 5.e35tte 7.26,abu fv
miesbeo ~aie'.P6r.0 ani .57 amnga
bot tt. l'toasn~6T.-13 iid e (8251)a
crc tfpattt Ok,.hekr0 li .49tISwm
14 Whienilot059 3205tm
" . & t'. JA. I)i2.3 N tak.55 i~
ay ackItns wllrstop atinil t re..lar fta
it i IetanI altt flaod ' lreek, id u alawWhto
ItC~ttE~ rcethly~iL.~a b. FLEi.GIt
Gener ,alti uein:tncdantc W. & t1.it. r.
Januar 1, 1855 1 tm
JT.. FIRM of Ws &.(t.ar rCtatso to
toore exttoa~itinit ahs day dilloleb
all airtr aur Ithakto u r f tIi rites ae
Customtersifor the ve ie patrtoage :
fur iuedr t te newfrt of
CLta A7h ltK i0.1 & 1 U t S
WeIt mospt rstfu beg lallh rettt r in'l
ttdaor pathu -nt t-,e of mith&e vuerigne, as
a I ciitt~eit. Al J. Wa N tt~ iNctttt i
h C ir paa.' r oi hde rt i p.el: iuso
tr'. N.l ii E urige havlettn this tlfrrn
onl a ttoarnesi underi hi thenm an Nale
tIsoftlrko ciirnu andwll conrti no~ tod
cay non thre- tithint and lT~aceor.n uies
wir a i brachtiesat te se tn ofionn
& 'ar .n wher weIwill b peaed oav
Iur frind sh tandtcst the pulcgnealtok inl
tade exain r A.ck and hopet by otitat
rentmiond buines to mhert'aontinuancet sof
thcramey patronagecd th laeal exne.
Win & Blakon.tteiteeti h
S.t ntrd E.on WrV. .lltTION, o
W writa this ti ll' aur othioner'ahe I
pa.rit, stIc ear'Cslyothigt a ct.t-t
l'o csh C A. MuCSON &I~B RVC.
Jc.~un, 5. 1 3tfl'
TIlls tNiaiosisolG I . efoiners afOr
('rnsite in the patetier, awu aine
maitiey baro VancerDisrict.drr aniga
cren ofpri etofk lory, Pinepied Sw Amp
Am. .n theace are gin ho. e btCIarna, N.
grJhan. 1 nd a8ll neesar bulitg n
Tough ear Woantpoedprhue h
Nem wl EGcomdaig. Appmly to 1
J.adi .aN. FlIN o , tan te Wiorg.e
Dr. W. JA. A.A take tis
Nov.n9es 1ecn54 cupe by. mr . t
The Trustees of the Sumtervillie Academy
give notice that they have engaved the services
of Mr. W. B. LKARY as Principal of the
Male Academy. lie will have assoetated 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 Trustee, reel
warranted in recommending. in the highest
terlm, the Institution to the support and pa
tronage of t he community, and the 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 tr
'SS IIo.NSA IIAYNSWORTn has re
opened her school for young ladies
Mss S. WELLS,- . - Asislant.
Terns per Settsm of five Months.
Ist Class Elenentary studies for younng
est gir.s -.-.-.-.-.-...5..6.I 00
2nd " " " with Geo
graphy. Arithimetic, Grammar,
and liit-ry . ........812 00
3d, 4th " hligher studies for young
ladies . .. ...-..815 00
Instruct ion itt the French Language, 12 00'
Most . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 00
ED I lours orf attendtnce at the school
room. froin 9 o'clock in tie morning, to
half past 2 o'clock P. M.
It an increased iuomber of pupils re
giire it, other Assistnuts of the highest
ntaimenis will lie e:nployed.
January 1t). 1855 10 4teow
All persons havintg demiands against the
Ettate of R. M. Sanders,. are requested
to hand themi in to lite suhscr.ber dulv ;t.
tested accorditg to law ; and all thoso that
will have notes or bond due the first of
November, are requested to be punctual in
the Ipyents, as the business of Rite Es
tate is such that indulgenre cannot be
W.mt. M. SANDERS.
Oct. 25, 1851 52 if
SUM RVILLE, . C.
Offrs for sale at the store formerly o ccu
pied by 13. Greenvauld, next door to the
olli.e (if Capt. F. Sumter, a LA RGEl. and
well selected Ptock of FAL.L AN ) WIN
TER Ready Made Clotlhmg of all quali.
ties and sizes, which ie will dispose of at
least fu-entyfirc per cent lower than any
other honuso il town:. The public are re
p-ctrullv invitud to call anid exantine for
Oct. 4th, 1854 49 if
C. PHIL LIPS,
OFFERSFOR SA LE, a largec assort.
moe't of Clothing Dry (ools'. Per.
fumery, Groceries, Candies, Fruits, Smoked
lleirings. Dried Apples, Toys and Fancy Ar
ticles. Also G(lass and Putty. &c.
N. 11. a large Stock of fluiery, Segars,
Tohacco and Snufy. For Sale. and Iow for
Jan. 31st 1855. 13 tf
. : Law Card,
B. W. ED0-1W DS,
A 'JORINEY AT1 LAWV,
Solictor ini Equity
WI L~L pratctice itt 'he Coturts for Stum
e'-, lRihiaid, Kershtaw, Darlittgton and
00 Ollice on Court IIouase Squaare,
Stumttervihle, 8. C.
Jan. If0, 18355 10 f'
Sautamtrv ile, li. C.
Respectfutlly informs te people of Sttm
ter District that he lots jttst receive .1 and
now ofl'ers ftor sale tire bes, selected and...lt
most choice Hstick of
Fall and Wlnica
That cannot lie surpassedl by anything in this
market. le has received tmanty new style.
which purchtaser. would do well to e xamine be
fore buying else where.
BIROA DCLOTI IS, CASSIMERES AND
V E STI N GS.
A full anti large suplply of Ilteiery, Shirts,
Drawers. GloveN, Sus~pender., Cravats, Ilanud.
kerchiefs, &c. &~c., -
A large assortment of iIi-A[DY 3IAIDE CLO
Till1NC, which will be sold Itow.
g-.' Garmenots mannifactuiretd by the subscri'
her, anid wairranted tt give saiisfactioni. Or
ders fromta d istattce protmptly atotede to.
Sept. 4th, 1854. if
Guns, Ammunition, Fishing
Mla nufaur uer, Imrporter and W 1holesal e
and Retail Dealer' in .Ymot, (Guns,
Rilles, I'isiols, F"ishing~ TIackle, and
all kinds of Xpror'ling A pp.aratuas,
Ttogethter wtth a general assortment of
1V. E. Cor'. of Walasmutt nmnd
Stecound SI reeIs. P~mIIelelpluain,
Al of.. which, anid su(cht o ter nrticles as
be long~ tro ihis Un te of buisinhess, will be so'd
as low as Cant be aiorded by any establish.
tient in thte Untitetd Slates.
lIn test imonty of his sktdl as a manu!, etur
or, the Fratnkhni ltstitute of Phutedlphia,
htas awarded to himt sinue 184O, two certdli
calt~s. six silver mner..'s, antd cno ecaill
premiumi; anti int 1854, the Crystal P'alae
tof New York, awarded to htitt a medatl, ftim
otnly otne awarded for ShRot, Gutna a'~d RL
icy- in te Unitedi Stales.
*K Krider's Sporting Anocdl~osi" illuts
Ira ive of cecrtain varieties of Amnercarn
Gma~ c, with remiarks ont the Character of
thte Dotg, Field Dogs, Snipe, Woodcock,
Qu.alI, Partritdge, IDuck andt Pttdgeon mratchi
shooltng Out te Rice Ilnnting or Read
Bird , Grass Phover, I lulhheanod or Goltder
Plover, Cantvatss Ibtek and Roed Ileadedi
Durck, Atmerican Widgeon, Scaup Duck
Address JOllN (RhlDER, Second and
Aug. :31 1851. 44 . l1y.
I have this day appointed R. B, Wilaon,
anti W. W. Bradley,. my Lawftul Agents,
to transact moy business.
I MA RY S. WILSON.
Jan. 15, 1855. 11 41.
AT THE NEW STORE
UNDER ODD FELLOWS HALL.
A. M. NEWIBERY 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 ol Dry Goods, Hate. Caps,
Boots, Shoeis, Crockery, Glassware, Gro.
ceries, Saddlery, Hardware, Ready Made
To all (f which he invites the attentionI
of the public, especially the ladie.
A. M NEWBERY.
Novenlber 22. 1854 5 if
All persons hnving any demands against
Capt. James I. Brock Deceased late of Sum
ter District, will please present their demandis
to the subscriber for payment, nod those in
debted will make payinmn to the satte
L. F. RIIIAME, E'r.
Nov. 29, 1854, 5 1 f.
FAMILY U FPPIE 8,
Kendrick & Jenkins
WOULD announce to their friends and the
community at large, that they have opened in
Simiterville op osite to Webb's Store, a largo
and varied stor - of
Such as have never before been exhibited for
for sale in this market. It comprises in part as
IIA CON-Prime Sides, Shoulders and IJiams.
SUGAR-1rown, Crushed, Powdered and
COFFEE.-Rio. Java, anid Laguira,
Lard, 1inner, Moisses, Cheese, Crackers,
Maekerel, Smoked Reef and tongues, l'iekles.
P'runes, llratntlied fruit-1, L~oibsters, Sardines,
Sahnond, Bologna Saus8age, Vermicelli, Maca.
ronia, &c. &c.
Fiie ''obaeco and Segars.
Irish Potatoes, Omions, iHects, Smoked Iter
ings, Fruits, Nuts, and Confectionlary of all
Wheat, Bur-kwheat, ani lice-Flour.
In short they pledge thenselves by strict at.
tention to business, keeping oi hand the IIEST
of AL. goods in their line, and selling CenxAr
for CASH or producte, to merit a idhare of public
J. R. KENDRICK. W. W. JENKINS.
Nov. 15, 1854 3 tf
Dr. R. A. Bethune
HAVING permanertly located himself
near Muldrow'n Steam Mils, offers his
profesmional services to the citizens of the
surroumding c untry, anl trusts boy care
and attentiolt to It s patictits, to ierit the
liberal patronage of the corniuniity in
general. His charges will he reasomiale;
mtito, "live and let live." Office at the
residence of John F. Muldrow, where lie
inay always be found unless called off ont
Br-dlevi!!-,S. C. !"n. 1, !1555 am
A Cal in Earnest,
All persons indebted to its by note, or. ac
count previous to the first of January last are
respectfully requested to make imnediate pay.
We are int wrant ofall the money that is ow.
ing to Is, and we trust this call will not be
ROGERS & SPENCER.
Bishopville, Nov. 29, H851. 5 tr.
Old Brass and Copper.
The Subscriber will pay 12-2 cents per
pound in cash for any qnantity of old Brass
or Copper, delivered at his shops, near the
Wilmington and Manchester R. R. Depot
T. 3. CCOGI1LAN.
F. M. ANDREWS,
Takes this mnethod of inroring the citizens
of Sumtterville and vicintity,
% .-thtat hte has jit otpenented ott
thme corner above Clarks Ilo
tel, his NEW CABINET
WA RERlOOM, where lie will keep for sale,
cheap, all suClt fuirnituare as Comes under thig
departiment of his trade; anid will furnish for
casth, at Charleston parices, all description, of
Furniture itade. Repairing executed at the
Mfahogany and plain Coflins furnishtedl with
Fe b. 8, 1854. 15 tf.
The subst~cribers are now in rece'ipt of
their SPRItNG A NI) SIT MM E R STOCK,
consist ing of every varity3 of Gents' and
lao.':s' dress goids. Groceries, liard
ware &c., E."h thtey are preparod to .sell
as checap as this tmrket can aifiord. Please
call and~ examtine fo~r yourselves.
RI. C. W EB B & CO.
A pr., 5, 1854. 23. t f.
BOOTS, SilOES, TRUNKS,
G AITERS, &C,, &C.
TIlE Emporium of Fashiin and Quality,
where may be found a complete assortmen-tt of
1.adies Slens' Hoys' Misses and Chiiretns'
Boots, Shines, Gaiters, &c., of almost every style
amid qutaity. Tlhoy are fresh goods and are all
warranted to give satisfaction.
J. T. B RUN SON.
Next door to R. C. Webb,& C~o.
Mar. 22 1851- 21 i
To the Ladiest
F'jIIEstinhscriber ha.vingjntst re'ceivedrnom
A N.Y. a bteautiful selection ot'FAN
CY CASES, M EDALIONS, BROOd!i.
ES, &C., would re'spectfuilly inuvi.e thte
c itizents of Snmtervileo andh its vicinity to
Call antd examine for themn-tlves, and he
feels assured that niothjig on his part will
be left, undtotte ini so'-oring a correct like.
ntess for all who un~y favor inm with a enil.
Rioomts (op stair-s) next door to the Suter
T. A. LAFA R, Artist.
Jan:uary 10, 18% It) tr.
''There is no use in talking, the sttbscri
bcr tns closed his businoss for the pur.
pose. of settling, anti miust have imoney to
meet pressing demaiands, andl hmopes that
ithose who are itt his debt will apapreemate
his necessities, como forward andt settle
Jant. 17, 1855 11 if
Land for Sales
T~IlE undersignted otTers for sale a tract
.1 of lantd conttaitnitng three hundred aid
twenty five acres, sittuated otte mile .South
of fire.' iigtoit Lake.
VTe sittation is pleasatnt andi beautiftul
and unsurpassed by any in the district, fot
good waler, health and line range for stock.
Terms will be made to suit the pur
Address JNO. J. INGRA M.
Plowdens M ills P. 0.
January R0th lS5 10 '-'':4
Bi~I(S -.oSate~ - a a
OUR OFFICE 15 FBEP&411!
All Orders in Job:W1r
We hope those of'oiur reidetrsi*islin
work done, in this line, will giVeus aaca1h
For the Jiaurme?. - A
SUrr ER1VILLE, S. C.. Dec. 1Wit.
Gentlemen of ClarenonL County:--1 com
out in this manner to inrorm you thatc ir
cumstances uif a private naturo wijlinniat
low me to be before you two yea'r J4en,4t
as a cndidate for a seat in the Sttea - ?
islature, and having a willingnes.s tauerve
you in some way, I ofr-r you my'servieP
as a eaididate for Tax-Collecior at tle
next election, and if elard do protniseto
dischar_.re my duty to the best of my bility.
I ai yours, most respectfully,
0. P. McROY,
fr" Watchman please copy t*.
Dc. 20, 185 1, 8 tf
We the friends of A, R.
BRAIIALM Emgr.. take pleasure in an
nouniacing him as a candidate for SherifW*
of Simiter District, at the next ElIention
Mar. 29, 1851. 22 . f.
A Number of Voters take
pleasure imi annIounclint Col. W.I.]AM
A. COLCAUGlI asia candidate for he
itfof Suiter District, at the ne'xt election.
Al arch 15, 185-4. 20 tf"
Mr. Editor: Please announce
Capt. T. D. Fninsox as a Candidate for
Slheriff of Surnter District at the ensuing
Atug. 24, 1853.
Mit Tie friends of Capt'
P.. 31 GIBBONS announce him a cuadi.
date for the office of Tax-Collector for
Salem County, at the ensuing election and
oblio MANY Vorrns.
October 1 %1.
F O R 0 R D IN A R Y.
Ri" Mr, Editor:-You will
please announce VILLIAM A1. BRUN
SON nsa candidate for the Office of Ordi.
nary of Sumter District, at the ensUing
April 27th, 1852 27-tf
mi We are authorized
to announce A. E. 1001, as a candidate
for Sheriff of Suinter District at the enst.,
December 21, 1852 8-tr
W E are autihorized to announce Wu
LAWIS a candidate for Ordinary at
the ensuing election.
juimn 28. 18-54 35 tf
For Tax Collector.
The Friends o .l. Y. tirunson, annouce
hin a candidate for Tax Collecie.n of Clare.
mout County, at the ensuing Vlectighb
Opt. 11. 1854 50 A. A
The Friends of R, G, Pdtts
annouce him a Candidate for Tax.Collector
for Salem. for the next terrn.--MANY Vorias.
Ocet. 18, 1854. 51. ti.
Esre Messrs. Editors:
Please announce Mr. JAMEJS McCUL. 4.
LUM as a candidaie for Tax Collecbor for
Salem, for die next term.
Oct 11, 1854 501 t~f
THEl sub~scriber huas just returned fromn
the North, and is now opening a splendid
Lais Dress Goouds
of all kinde, viz:
A heaiutiful lot of Rich P'laid and Striped
Pl!ain Colored do. Black Striped and
Cashmeres. Mcrinos, Persiani CI.aihs ;
Ladies' Corsets, Metalic Corset Boards,
Rtigulets, assorted colors, French work.
ed Qosllars. Bandsu, &c.
L~adies' Kidl Gloves, Ladies' Gauntulets;
Long Black Mitts for I adies and Misses.
Shioes of all Descriptios
Tlravelhng T1runksc., Carpet Bags, Ladieas
Work Boxos, &c. &c.
A ftull stock of Negro Kerseys, Blanket,,
Negzro Shoes, Groceries, of all kinds.
Readly ma~de Clothing, 8->.idlery, Hartu are,
Couk ing Stoives, Air--right Parlor- Stoves,
I-'armners Boilers, &c., at lower pt-ices thtan
usual. Call and get bargainsa
Oct. b. 13. HIANKS.
Oct. ".-2 1854 52.
Suaserile Sb C, Nov. t1S15~
TIhis llouse. sitnated immnedhitely et
the WVilmiington & Manchest ratoad
aid at very nearly a central porntb ween
Wilmington N. C. Charleston S. ~.and -
Angusta Ga., is st ill ozaen for thter jipkon
and inecomminodat:nn ot'the travelling pulta
he, and affords the tired traveller att ep
portnuity to lay over a night on t~hfe
som~ue jo~urney t~etweeni the pointa; b
alluided to. The Proprietor ha >i~Ntp
several comfortatble bedroomis for Wat ex.
press purpose and having incin~~ the
first heary expendiiure on this it. del
for the coimfort and(1accomnddto~eof
travoeler., hie hopes, by the centln4i4
unt ireing zeal on the part of the ~
iof the esta blishment. tot secutea:'lo4
ance of that liboral patronage.bbituo
himu for the last tena monthue; 4
refer to hna ndreda fromt the. Norttti
East and We~st, as to thie clt n~
lios, hut prefers persons
B. MrrnT.J1. inues
Nov. 8, 18.M4:
Just Arrived ano~t
Fire.$creens, Wmadnw.i 6~e
and Fixtures, &o,
~Violiha aind Gu' -~