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Th pp ~ti ddeh isf 1prai
osn ti b'Uistabllshibent g ade 'W
"'~of' rretli'n hlfcutu':,. fplaod
of re6rffo-i heaIth, cerirl 'rides "id
ncomtioendaton. Anid theiritif.(hav
ing a very strong consumptive tendency,)
fron igtown'experience during -tho.lasi
very severe wInter,'believes that' the dry
need of:the'atmosphere rendera this orie of
th6-best wit-6r, 's "well assnm irn:rsl
den~botthat calybe selecte4 U tliea-gthi
ein cointry- 'A6 tegiis iftthec6:ionmy,c
and freedomn from th influepces that often
retai-d the'progress of youtgladtes in vil.
lages end towns, this Institution present.
peculiar advantages:.to hichlmay be ad
del, reftie rd .' tllign t ocety in its
vicinitf. , r '- -
It is the purposo af thel Priniupal t'o:
build up ah institu'tion in which a thorouli,
an'd ,at thd same time, accomp ishicd edu
cation may be obtained;'!d6 d rgaidfngh l
edhcation as 'radically adtiv 1'.
das not aim at the formatioli anr.irhiriig
of the inral dharactor according" tie
spirit and precepts of the Gospel, l.e will
eindeavor 'to .date th .heIts a ,.el
as th Minds idif mannervf his 0,ii s,
and ..prepare ahem for.becorring usefil
and intelligent memberi of sqciety..
Delicacy forbids the Principal'td speak.
of the competency of:himself and Mrs.
DUBOSE to conduct such an Institution,
but he pledges birnself tha the Tachers
engagei., are of the first order'in their de
A Chapel has been opened, and- the
young ladies will enjoy the advantages of
regular religious services every Subbalth.
The scholastic year will consist of ton
months. A .vacation of two weeks -will
be given from the 1st to the 15th of May,
and the exercises close on the 27th of No
TERMS FOR TEN MONTHS.
Board and Tuition, including.
Fuel, Lights and Washing, $150 00
Music-Piano or Guitar, inclu.
'ling Vocal Music and use of
Instruments, - - - 50 00
Drawing and Painting, - 30 00
Spanish, German or fIalian, 40 00
D:'y-The terms, except thu furnishing of
Stationery, vill be the same as they have
been during the present year.
Rzv... J. DUBOSIE, Ms. M. E. DUDOSE,
ISAAC AULD, M.r. Miss MARY HJORT.
Dr. AULD will deliver a course of Lee.
tures on Chemistry during the year, and a
completecliemical and philosophical appa.
ratus. will-be 'provided for illustrating by
%periments, the subjects of his Lectures
Instruction in Vocal Music will form
part of the exercises of the school, but
neither for this, Chemistry, nor Latin and
Greek, will there be any crra charge.
The charge of $150 will cover all the ex
penses of a pupil, unless she receives in
struction in Instrumental Music, Drawing,
or the Modern La'nguiagcs.
N- B.-Each young lady wvillbe expect
0(d to have her name distinctly marked on.
'every article of her clothuing, and also to
furnish her own towvels.
Nov.11, 1840. 2 tf
Tlac Anaerican. Agricu~tuis~t,
Publishted mon thly, by SaxTon & MI iLEs,
205 Biroadway, New York, contaiihing 32
pages. royal octavo.
TERMS-One D)ollar per year in ad
Vance; three copies for 'ITwo Dollars; eih
copies fur Five Dollars.g
When Agricultural Societies order the
work for distribution, among thc mnembers,
the price will be only FIFT'Y CENTS a
yeari, for the Monthly Number-s, 'and SEV.
F.NTY4'IVE CENTS per copy for blunid
volurnes. It wvill be expected that ikse
orders come oflicially-, atnd be signed bf
the President or Secretary of the Society.
T1he object of putting our periodical at this
very lowv rate is, to benefit the far.ning
community more extensively than it could
otherwise be done. We hope, henceforth,
to see the Agriculturist in the hands of
every Farmer and Planter in the country.
Each number of the A griculturist coni
tains but One sheet, and is transported by
mail under the same regulations as news
papers, viz: free any dlistance not over 30
miles from its place of puiblicationi; over
tisi and( within 100 miles, or to any town
in the State of New York, onc cent postage
on each numbe'r, an'd one and a half cents
if over 100 miles, withouit the State.
Back Volumes of Tnn Anx nucAN Aon I
curTUntST, with tables of contents com
plete, for sale at $1.00 each; elegantly
and uniformly b~ound in cloth, 81.25.
These are handsome, tasteful books, and
make very desirable premiums for (distri
bution with Agricultural Societie, and
should also findl place in all otur District
School Libraries. They constitute the
best and most comp jlete treatise on Ameri
can Farming, Stock-Breeding, and Ilorti
culture, extant. When several copies are
ordlered, a liberal dliscount will be made.
PRIM~E Nn oftain ao adbs
Y o t 4F , 4 .j d l I , 5 ; .
-A i i Capiaa d
Wm!-McWillie for assigned 6'Satisfircidn
GEstifie f.Bishop. diil . dt.
Mrhiii.deendant,:i~lli# ~1allard iwho 14
Inss0od of the' Sh rllr of said Dis,
Iriol a.by tiof or the .aboewrtlsOi'f
Caplas adSatisfaciendum nnrder.to en
title hlinself '1. -the, benefit dfawr'-act enti
iled an-' Act for - the: relief- oft Idsolvent
Debtors In the said State, has this day irid
in my, office on oath, a schedule of i his
.whole estate.'. -
Notice is therefore given to the :'bid
plain Tiwsas well as'all others concerhed,
to bhandiappcak.at;Sumter-Court Hou'se
on the first Monday after the fourth Mon
day in;Marchi next, at 11 o'clock'A. M, be
fore-one-of the circut J6dges, to she
cause, if: any 'they can, why: thodefendant
shouldnoL. recLievo his discharge, upo'n lls
assigning and I elivering- the dflects mbi
tioned in hisichedule. -
. . M. DA.RG AN,. .
Clerk's Office, Nov. 5, 1840. 10 13t!
'vys. '. & In the'OommonPica's.
.Eleandr Spann- . I
Whereas Eleanor Spann, who is in cus
tody 6f the SherIfof Suintb'r District by
virtue of a surrender of Bail in thelabove
staid caise,"iap'd the said: Eleanior-S'pann
having-filed in my-office her petition, pray.
ing for the benefit of tho Act of the Gen
eral Assembly, for the relief of Insolvent
Debidrs, to'gether with a s'chedule of her
estate and effecti - - .
: Notice is hereby given to the said Mary
Inglesty and all other creditors of tlie
said Eleanor'Spann to appear at the Court
House for Sumter District on the first
Monday after the fourth Monday In March
next, to shewcause. if any they can, why
the estate and efreits of the said Eleanor
Spann should not be assigned, and she be
diischargied according to the provisions of
the Act of the General Assembly for the
relief'of insolvent debtors.
J. M. 'DARGAN, c. c. r.
Clerk's Officc,.Sum. Dist.
Januiry 2,1847, 10 13t
Necessity compels the suhneriber to
state that lie always gave CREDIT mere
ly to accommod.ite his friends, and nothi
ing else. It is impossible for him to do
so any longer; as he intends to bring his
business to a close, as quick as, possible;
which, when he effects, he intends moving
to the West. He very earnestly calls upbn
those persons indebted to him to come for
ward and pay up their Notes and Accounts,
without delay, so as to enable him to ac
complish his objects the sooner,--that is,
of paying up is debts, and taking his de
parttire. Ile would, at the same time, re
spectfully inform his friends throughout
the District of- Sumter that lie will contin
ue to sell as cheap for the Caali, as any
store in the town of Sumterville,-as long
as lie remains here, such articles as he has
been in the habit of 'keeping, such as
Leather, Tanned Sheep Skins, Slioes,
Hats, Caps,. Groceries, Hardware, Crock,
ery WVare, Dry Goods, &c. &c. &c.
ie solicits the patronage of his friends
as long as lie stays in the District.
N. 1.--H le will sell his Tann Yard and
Field, his Store, Hotuse, and. L'ot, ut henov
er any person mnakes him at good offer.
P, 0. SU LLIVAN.
Jan.I1, 1847. 10 .2t
COLU MBIA, 18th Dec.,j1846.
GENERUAL Onnvn No I.
JOH1 N S. PR ESTON, William Lowndes,
Jas,' S. Gibson, William Butler Trhomp
son, Thomas S. Gillison, Richazrd S.
Nright, WVilliami H. Ilarr'ington, Thomas
Coulfer Means, John' Motte Alsion, and
Stenmiare Butler Griffin, having been ap.
pointed Aids-de-Camp to His Excellency
David Johnson, with the rank of Lieuten
ant Colonel, will be obeyed and respected
By order of the Commander in-Chief.
JAMES WV. CANTEY.
A djutant and Inspector General.
Dec.'24 . 9 S
The exercis'es'f Mrs. RICE'S Semina
ry. will (after a brief .internmistion 'of one
wveok) be resumed on Monday, the 4th of
The services of a competent 'male
Teacher have been secured, andI every
exertion will be made to give general sat
In addition to all the Branches of a po
lite English Education, will be tatught thje
Latin and Greek.
Music will also be taught, and boarders
received as usual.
Mrs. Rice would take this opportunity
of tendering her thianks to her friends,
and the public generally, for the liberal
patronage hitherto bestowed, and solicits.
a continuance of the same.
Decc. 20,1840. 9 3t
lThe subscriber begs leave most respect
fully to inform those having small accounts
'wilh him, that heo will, after the middle
of the present month, be tunder the necea
sity of placing them itn the hanuds of a
proper person for collection.
.an. 1. hs'in. 10 '2t
eQUtatryy thutt Iic e 3p
nhic~hwai bolbrdl fo
times. T erfi
10-hhas. SUG A1,fin~ie arn1 l1&p~'Ic6
6bar rplsd p dfi uk ,
EItra AinediHydTB}Ei~ne dodo
* '.oolongi (black)in jaalf yearid papei
IowShong ( i half rplind fapen
-Laguir > do
* . .4 io : .do old at d~'ne
" Boxes&Sperm' Candles ~4, 6 and 6
tho poohd;, -to
.oxesAdamantine'(in papeis)6 o th
Bozes Charleston rhide .Tallw t
* 4.21b.:ihanisth's Preserved'Salmon
1. lb.:canisters Lobsters, hermetIe'llj
Jars mixed Pickles; do. Gherkins q'ts
,Canisters Sardina (in oil) 1 and 2 lbs
Layer Raisins, (all cluisters ) Zanti
. Quarter boxes MR Raisins
Soft shelled Almons
Drums Turkey Figs (small size)
Bordeaux Almonds, soft shelled
Boxes Genoa Citron, lifcetved 'itl
East & West India GrocOriks assort&
Jars East I':Preaci-ved-Ginger Mac
aroni -. -
Whole and ground Black Pepper; do,
'Nutmegs, Crofes, Ginger Cinnimon
No.1 Choclate, 'prepared-Cocdi
Underwood's Mustard in -12 andI14
- R os'Water, VemonPin6 Apple, Str w
berry, Raspberry,and Orgest Syrupi
Sweet oil, Harvey, Sauces Reading
Mushroom -Ketehup,Tom*f6 Ketch
Paoli Vinegar,' Sto6ghton's Bitters
Soda Biscuit, Pie 'Ni', Water,Piloi
& Navy Crackers, Lemon do.
Pearl Starch,(a sup. article) Fig Blm
Indigo Fi 1 I
Letter Paper, Foolscappjo. Sat Pe
White Wine Vinegar, Cider' do:
Canisters Dupont's Eagle Ri e ow
Kegs and half kegs FFF. gladed do
A full assortment of Shot, all sizes
200 Sacs SA LT, extra large size, and it
Nos. 1, 2 and 3,Mackerl Kitis lyo
TEE OAMDE3X BAZA,
(orrosTE TnlE CAMD EN n K.)
MY. DRUCKERI & CO.
Would respectfully inform the clt zen
of Sumter and the adjacent ponntry, tha
they keep constantly on .hapt)'a large apt
ENGLISII, FRENCHI AND ARIERICAN
*Together with a large assbi-truent of
RE ADY MADE' CLOTHING.
of the latest style, and all qualities.
A large and well assorted stock of.
Blagging, .Rope and Twine,
Crockery, Ifardlware k Ostleryj
A largeStock of Hats Caps, Bonliets
Boots and Shoes, of' aliaqualities 'and pri
cs, and many-many articles, too numer
ous to mention. -.
For sale by - M. DRUCKER'& CO,
:Camden, S. C. Nov.' 6,: 1846.
30 Fulton Marke*timuked Tongues ihrgi
' size . ' ' . '" -
100 lbs. Smoked Beef '
50 lbs. Bologna Sausage
Pickled Deef abd:Pork
-Kitis Salmon and Mackerel'&c. &c,
For sale by DICKSON & LATTA.
Camden, Nov. 6. 1840.
200 choice IBaltimore, Hams
8000 lbs. Western Sides
6 barrels Lard. ' -
2 firkinlsGoshdli uitter
25 Fultoni Market smoked Tongues
75 don do pickled (10
Irish Potatoes and Onions. For sale by
DICK~SOiN & LATTA.
Cainnn Nov'. 18.
ee -m c
t b. . Mo!gh a ku I' 6
- 2d etslitydo. 8
NosRil2A aGiefdtN Iir
a ii'bihd p 'OaMlae
fta o . g
Shoeplacing Sal ratuks"J''U.do
pcShd in ess
p3bls. GMnonei Raer Syr
Whioe Pale, an qer; bho - pints a
~'Wad'gbiggraivi ice ~t':cyfiigi p
GouheAsso'rtmt o l i C6 11, A
and rc1f :~ ?*i R
h1,e Appcle Cl~j Clli. din'okbd in
Ierringa ' '' a
Nos. 1,2 &lacerl 'a
stiaind Solar do'1 n . !
Shoe laklF, hSal handa dl
Shrd Went;RK n
3E Rii "rF AN'D TOA C
, W h ing of - gnd ualiT begres .p1
all q altiesd o.r
Corhi flraIn bbxisTable Suit; :, Pa'nti
.d Buckets doo
'Jars5T,0 arinsIine syrLNrt
A full.asao'rtmejwq~oCCAN DIEISO, Afll.;
. sort.Almnd So I do
3,iroCAnal'Flour, wholePandnheaf bi.
A full asrtmentf,CROCk and p
2~ Waso'd 2
,BEGARWAND TOBACCOi '
6,000 Washingtion-Regali' Segfs,
3,000 :Louisilana florcnda Hegollu an. v:
4,000 Palmas , d. 'do:.. c
5,000. Casadres '.do.
4,000 La nte cordia e t a a e n fi as
6,000 Gold Leaf dr-I 1
6,000 La Noirma 'i~I
4.00 D Lar CNnaga .& LAA al
C$ mde lrnlp ..C.,lOy 0, C4
,00t Pancariys a do.
10,0004 3ni4hSpaWh.-.! .se.i in
2k Boetycrh Aroati ppyScor ty
2 " Thonassti 1 n d ,
2 " Waison':, d 0"0' i
frsnsentishey nwtof midiaer ils~n ithJ
dee equpr Iterstt arcarr antd oe.are sea
Preiniig'Pese frised ndasog
CtamdEngie oftheON m&s arove pa-t
. - :.. s
Iedae to do light -work
TEitorib ewsphavopened.~h awilE bt
TYrEeie asUI~..hhe ic.'iry iof N aw
amYountlothm y aiv read abo sippy. moth Ie
-inry fion aineraesating.sude-hei
pespe cotiinhkth~aests ei er ols-, rc
fr o Oa e Ctrely A r, s.tof aeriND, at
Kenuck &y, aN.v~lb baolndatjad e
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Editrso nowpaprs-- wl byi
i ul~tiaon ntrt *ptper1a f etze i
paeription' oIj gto e -e -Bfsc a rW 10I
by*h DO~(RUCKYEN&, CO.*a
CKenk, N6'. Ca8olu - a~~~
A~B~s ood- asormntof y dyes, Jliesvn ~
Mardotin'lN,~van C~in diya
ISr saedow. by &etM. DRU NRdW~~kej:
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