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\ do. Carolina----Sumter Dist.
B IV. LI WIS, Esq., Ordinaryfor said District. Whereas, Daniel I. Rimlhbourg hath Wpplied to me for Letters of Adminisiration, n all and singular the goods and chattles, rihts and creditors of the late Rebecca Lichbourg of the said District, dec'd. TIeaeoare, therefore, to cite and admion. ish il and singular, the kindred and credituisof the said deceased, to be and appear before me at our next Ordinary's Cours forgie said District, to be holden at samter C'udrt H1ouse on Friday the 23rd of March ist., to show cause, if apy, why the said adin.nistration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal, the 14th day of March in the year (L. s.J of -our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifiy-five, and in the 79th year of Americnn Indepe'id. enlce. W. LE W , o. 1. D. arch 14, 1855 19 6)t Land for Sale. "no setbscriber will sell his plantation on whirl, he resides, in Salem, on the East side of Black Diver, bounded by lands of 11. G. With erspoon, S. K. Aluldrow, and It. E. 'lowden, ana on tie West by Illack Rtiver. Ihl tract enn:t 1ir hundred acres, having thereon a COiflortut dwelling house with all necessary .umifildings, andi negro houses millicient for -2 lindst all in good repair, with a ntew Gin flun sa'and Screw. For termts apply to the stibseriber on the prentises or by letter directed to Mayesville. WAtitEN E. AMULDIOW. March 1i, 1855 19 tf I, Equity- -Sumter Dista Mary Grooms ihe elder, .r hlpry Grooms the younger, and Andred J. Moses,. Bill vs. Willian lewis, for Jano Brown, Alartha Ellen Grooms, . Partition .lnighriah Grooms. and Angeline his wife, nrl Cathirinu losenan, John Groomsn, Account. Alpheus Grooms, and Alevia Grooms. It appearing to may antisfaction that Jane Brown:, one of the defentd ants is absent from and resides beyond the litm: its of the State of South t 'arolitia: If is irdlered on mution of Spain & ltiiardson, compl Sotlrs, that the said Jane lirown do appear antid plead, answer or demur, to the said 1311 % itlin three months from the late of the first publicatiou of this order or ati orderpro confesso will be en tered against her. Also ordered that this order be published for three months in one of the Gazettes cf thi:; Districa W. E. B. l[AYNSWOlTll. Con'r Eq'y S. D. Mlarch 7, 1855. 18 3m State of Bouth Carolina, SUMTER Dl1sTRiCT.-In ijuilt. Nelson Kerhy, and Danliel Kerby, Y. ilill for Simion Ward, uItjunction 4 Relif. Matilda Does, & her husband et.al. It appearing to my satisfactiou that the said Siiou Ward, .Matilda iDees anid lier lists hand parties defleidants to the said cause reside beyond the limits of the Stute- It is ordered that dse slidi sip.m W51ni , s tr-lida Dees amil her husband do appear und plead, answer (or demur to the said Itill within three ninthis frosm the date of the first publication of this order, or n order pro conifeso will be entered against Ali. or-red that this order be published r itree momhuw in one of the Gazettes of this bJtrict. W. F. B. IIAYNSWOl1i'l, C. E. S. 1). March 6. 1855. 18 3m JAMES BARRETT W O ULI) Respeethilly amitice to the ite nizensof Suiterville, andi the public generally that lie is carrying onl the .ler ranitile business, at hsis old standtl, three doors South of tie Town Iall, where he will fe glal to receive calls hn lil who desire to pr chase cheap. lie has ont iand, i gencral as sortmaest of Dry Goods, ho00ts andi Shoes, flat and Caps, liardware, Crockerywatre, &c. &.. Also, A Choice lot of Famtiily Groceries of every description, wi itha Fruit or various kinds, such as Oirsages, Apples, tiasnd anns. AU of qu'wach lhe wilt scdt cheap. Mlarch 7, 1855. 18 tf Bounty Land and Pension Agency. l'The subiscribetr lids 5openedt' an is01ce in Sunmter viule, and wil teind prosip py io the psroaceutlion atnd collect mn of~ chamo for revotlutitonary service ; gn sd btotuniv latnd tundes the acts of' Congee o 15T and 1855. ~ cso ~u The soldiers of the war of 182 atnd ofi the Form war wdlI fin d it grelly' to t heir interest to cosult the siubsenbher ut anj early dnsy. Appjhcatls wvill please call otn A. A. Nettle, Esq., for any furt her itformtots. .M 31. BEN iiO W. Mareb 7, 1855. . 18 4:. ROWN'S ESSENCE~ OF Druggists &c. C ITRATE OF MAGNESIA OR TiASTrELE~SS SALT'S.--Preparedl by (harles llis &.Co. Phdladelphia, ihe best is use, for-mele.oy RiCE & THIOM SON Druggists &c.' S UPERIOR LEMsON SYRUP, smade with the best Crushed Sugar.-tman *ufactured and sol by RICE & THOMfSON. -Druggists &c. DOTA SH.-Just receivedl, one Cask I .No. 1 Potash, for tmakinr Stap. &c., S for sale by RICE & THJOM SON -- Druggisls &c. TURRIAY'S 'FLUlD MfAGNESiA 1VIorrecta actdity ofthe Stomach, and effectually cureathearlburn. Just re ceived and for sale lay . RICE-& THOMSON Dealers in choico Druigs, Chtenicis &c f pHUJMlf SUM AND SPRING LAN. I. g% kr arificators, Seaston Needles flatird adjdobular Pessairieus, Syrinigs &c sol tRICE & THOMSON'S DRUG .XTORE. 'ftaroh7, 18 t. N OT ICE! late of Colarnbia profTers her services, to the pople of Sumfterville as Teacher, of Vocal awl rnstrmental Mlusic, also French. Shet prpoes to fornm classes in vocal music and ethbroisfery. Will give lessons, either at her own Itessdlenee or that of hear P'npils. tarch 7. 18% 1a er '\; TWO HUNDRED DOLLAR S 6"2 E\VARD. Stolen from the suo.ereters place, Middleton Swamp, eight miles front the Village of Orangeburg, on Thursday. the 14th iwstant, a large Grey Horse, about 10 to 17 .handi high; has a mark on his hind loot, caused by the cut ting of a rope; he is about ten years old. A reward of $100 will be paid lot his re c. very. The said llorse was stolen Iy \Villiam Cloyd. 8aid Cloyd is about 5 feet inches high, -weighs about 135 pounds, has dark hair and whiskers, crip pled t little in on of his feet, and hips, lie in niearly bald on th fore part of his heads lIas a Brother at Marion Court I liotse. and when hist seen was inakoinr his way to Columbia. A reward of $100 will be paid fur the recovery of the Horse, and s100 for the apprehension of the thief 11. N. SNBLL,Orangeburg C. If. Peb- 28, 17 3t. Special Notice. T H E Iirm of It. C. %V E1584-C, hereto lore eistin.r, is this day dissolvel by iot ual con-eit. The debts of the firin are as,umed aid will bi settled by It. S. Wehb, aind the notes ald accounlts due tie firim ario pltccd in his hiids, being the only authorized persoi 'o collect or other. wice dispute of the same R. C. WEBB Feb. il 1855. i. S. WEBB off-R. S. W1EBB takes this means of intornilg tihe public that lie will here alter carry on ithe mercanitle bnsmess, upon his own responsability, at the old stand of I. C. WEBB4-Co, where lie in. vites a call from all the etttomers of the late lii im) of It. C. \V E BB1&CO as well as the public gencrally. Feb. t8, 17 I f. Notice. All persnis inidetted to ne either by note or accouint will please take not ice that. after the 10th day of 3 arch, next they will lind their Notes or neonmits in the hanis of it attorney for collectin and ailso the ntes and awcmcots tuie the Firmi of Winn und Clarkson must h4 settled by that tinie or otlitrwise they will ha1ve tif pay cos, it is not from choice that I will have to poress bit from necessity. D. i W INN, Felh, t8, 1855 43 tf Watchimnaii Copy. Notice. Wil! hw sold at the late residence of Dan. iel Ringers, on the 15th March lnext, nine negroes, ol goi cisarater, httei li'r flanily use, on twelve moilis credit, the purchaser giving bond and approved secri ty. CA TIl ltIRYNE- ROGElls, 1.xenutrix of 1). Riogers, dec'd. Feb. 28, 1855 43 2t R. K. Rutledge IeIpaly .aSs-reyor, 4NNOUNCIES to the public, that he is iregoularly e(iuipt for Surveying i .nd, In aniy part of this State; antd will attend ftnm///y tomtly call he may receive in that Ime of business. Address Friendship PIt., S. C. lleforences \V. C. Dukems. IR. J. Mlam. nIn t. 11. Ilarvini, L. P. Rthame, D.r. T. W. Briggs, el. al. Ftb. 21, 16. 4t. Wac a copy. To the Ladies, 1 IMI' sibs.criber hivingju.st receiveifroim T N. Y. a baiutifil elett.o ol FA.N. CV CASES, Allil).L4ONS, 11OCII. I'8, &C., wiould re.-pectiolly invite the citi ii.:s of Sti-tervilh? amd its vicini6ty 14) Call and examtie lor tIhemselves, aind lie lees asiirel thi olitihing on his part will bi! elt unodoneoin seenirmy ;t correct like tiess ior all wlwl, miv f.tvor hin Wiilh it cnll. RIooms (ni nst rs) next door to the Snoite Lianitner uthice. P. A. LA PA I, Artist. January lo, 1855 it) t f. Dr. R. A,~Bethune~ 1 .'IIAVNG ptennanweit ly bliate hnomself near 3luldrtw's Stni 1n lh., u11-rs his prtfe'ssiitnal .nerV itce. t ti e(t iy.'iis tof the aol ;itt~ti tim b lipatients, tnn iiiirit the liboral tni:tirg itt thie commuiinityi itn gentrti!. hiis chairesi will bit rea;siunale; it, ot~'live antd let hv'."' Ollince at the rih-nlttn oft Jithtn I. .\ lnrow, where Ite miayvc awiays het itit nle.,s chlh-d null' on Fisk's Patent M~etalic 'Th abov tiini't'te.'. woin.t 'nnt'iin, I iearset. andI atll artich.' requwirert fotr Fneranln It bi hL ait F. .31. A.N hilt -:WS, Snitervilb-, 8. C. Whit atlsot hasinan, an-titoi wil ike to otr ider. all 1. inds~ nit Ca.inier uniture. ChI~airsw, Maifrittrese I&c &e, which lie nt ill sell at Charles. li'tepairing extecnted with neatntess, anti at the shiorieni nioiie. Fe b. -sthi, 17 t f Saddle M~aking, 'lA L L p, isons mtdebted to) the /dSnubs ribier. eilher by note or ac ciitit aire regjtositd to comte forwatrd and pay itia uedenetl . I ong.er loinunie caninot lie givt-n, Aund alis; the siubscribier infotrms his f riendsi tthat lie til continuees to carry on thne hatrness andt saddle macking, repairing, &c. -for cash aiid hiarter. Nit hottkN or accounts will be, keptt for the ptresent year.DNC . Feb. 7, 1885 211 tf Notice. 5f48 next regtilar imeeting or the Palem Board of Commissione'rs for X Roa~ds will lie held at J~tunes L~owry's, utn thin 3rd Tuesday in this month at Jamies Lowry's in being the 2ith of thie miowith. J. N. ST UICK RY. Secretary & TIreasuorer. Bishiopville, 7t h MaIrcht, 1855. 18 idi W E aire tnow receiving a new assort. mniit of Gingh:wn Bik & Coloredl, Prinits, Bik Alpaca's, Canton Cloths, French lawns, tHrilliants, Prints 111k & Colored, Iont, a gotod assourbment of Ladies Mises andi Chtil. dlreins Shioes, also Htoots, IBleachedt & IHrown goods, Check Mattiing, Willow Baskets, 8ad-. iery, &e., ia few idozetn Towel Itacks nieit at 62 1.2cts, a good assortment of Chtinau Ware 'Tin Chaniber Sets &c., &. Which will ber sol how, J. TP. SOLOMONS & Cio. Fe bruary, 21, 1855.t. 1 if Notice Is hierebty given that ten days from this udate thei O)rdlinance in, regard to Swmite rtmg at large withrin the corporate limits wdil be enforced byOrder of Connecil. JMSBE LL, C. C. Mar- ,18t AirANUERSON, Suunterville, S. C. Respectfully informs the people of Sum ter District that he lts just receivel ti now ofiTers for sale the bestselected and most choice stock of Fal and Winter' Goods, That cannot be surpdisosd by anything In this market. lie has received) many new styles which purchasers would do well to examine be, fog bnying elsewhere. BROADCLOTilS, CASSIM 1tERS AND VESTINGS, A full atta large stppy of hosiery, Shirts, Drawers, Gloves, suspenders, Cravats, Hand. kerchiefs, &c. &c., A.SO A large assortment of iIKA DY MADE CLO TH ING, which will he sold low. tP Garments nann factured by the subscri ber, and warranted to give satisfaction. Or ders from t distance promptly attenled to. A. ANDERSON. Sept. 4th. 1854. tf South-Carolina-Sumter Dist. T. W. Sialnond, i's. Ca. Sa. A. G. Alurphy. C A. G. Murphy, who is in the. custo y of the Sheriff iif Sumiter District, by virtue of a writ, of Capias ad Satisfaciendu m, at the stit of T. W. Halmond, having filed in iy office together with a Sclieduile, on oath, of his Cstatc and effects, his lpetitin to the Court of Common Pleas, Prayiig that he may be admitted to the benetit of the Acts oi the General Assembly, mnde for the relief of Insolvent Delitors, It is hereby ordered, that the said T. \V. Sal. niond and ill other the creditors to whomi the said A. G. Mturphy is in any wise in. debted, be and they are herehy suinmoned and have notice to nippeoar before the srind court at Sumtet Court Hlouse oni the sec. oid Monday of A pril n6xm, to shiew cause if any they caln, why lte l'rayer of the Pe. tition al resaid, shouhld nott be granted. \V. .. SINGLEPON, e. c. r. s. . Office of conion pleas, Sumitcr istrict. Fe b 3rd., 1855. 1.1 lam,11,3m1 THE IllILLEE HOUSE. Ssnas terville S. C. Nov. 1 1I5 I. This Ilotnse. tiuated immediatelIy on the Wilmington &, Mancliester Had Road and at very nearly a central point between Wunitgton N.C. Charleston S. C. ninrd Aguista Ga., is still (pen for the reception and accotmnmolat:on oi the travelling pth ic. and atords the tired traveller ati op pnrtninity to lay over a night on the tire some ynrney lietween the poits above alluded to. h'Ite Proprietor has fitted tip several 'oilortable bedrooms for that ex press itnrpose andi having incurred lie first heary exo,'ai/ure en 11- lh Iie of r''nl iMr the coiilfort and WC(n1tinldatiOnl oh traveller.-, lie hopies, by the continued and unti ireiiig zeal in the part of the Man-tr. rs .f the estatahslmiint. iii secure a c ontmu anice of i I lieral pai;troiimge bustiowed (on hai for the lhast tet intt ths. lie coild reler Ito himirilids lrom the North, S0m i, lE;tst anmd vest, as to the cia ins of his 1Motse, hIt prefers perions inviiir him a )Crsonl visit. WV. S. MlITCI I E L L, Proprietor. Bi. MITr~N r ~Managrers. Nov. 8. 1851. 2. 6m1.. Office W & M. R. R. Co, W I M INGTOC, N. C. Jain. 15, 1855. The fiAlowing chLedule will go into operation this day : Night Train. Day Train. Leave W. & It. It. It. 8.) p. i. 7.00 a. tm. ". Siationl Wilt'nl 8.30 7.30 "Flemiingt'un, 10.21 9.21 "Whuitesville, 10.57 9.53 "Nichiok, 12.31 I l.23 " lllins, "Great P'ee lDee 1.52 12.31 " Lynclhurg, 4.21) 2.39 " iianmtervilie, 5.26 3.35 " Manesear, 6.04 4.08 "Wateree, 6.312 4 Arrive at liingsville, 7.31) 5.001 DOWN TRlA INS. Night Tilaain. D~ay Traina. Leave U iing'ville, 3.00 1p. mn. 5.00 a. mi. " aee, 3-16 5. 51 "Mainchesger, 4.0)6 6 " Suimters ille', 4.I I1 6.35 "I1.yclhimirg, 5.35 7.26 "Florencee, 6. 13 8.25 " Mar'u limnf, 7. it 8..19 "Greait Pee Dee, 7 51 9.27 "Marionu, 8.20 9.52 "Nichous 9.02 10.32 "' Fair liluf, 9.501 11.115 " rkis 10.25 , 1.1.7 " Wlhiiesv ille, 10.59 12.015 p. mi. "Flemiington, 11.15 12.10 "limkley's 12.15 a. m. 1.30) Arrive Wiingtiio0 10 2 ."W. & It It. R.2.30) 2.55 - Day Trains w ill s4top at all the regiiltar Sta tions, muol at l's Creek, Maxwell., White mr'4ihIi Peauc'r-k, ('err' Gordo, M niten,., Car tori h-., and ( . Sat a,a~a bi when signaled to telh . ad put uwn pansengers. General Superlntendant \V. & Mt. it. R. .Janne -7 17. 1855 17 2m GP" W..ichiman copy 2m. Law Card, AT1TOdNEY AT1 LAWV, A NI) Solictor' in Equity. W 1bL1 praictice in 'he Co ris lor Niium. ter, Rtichland, Kershaw, Darlingmoni and Ei Ohlice ont Court House Square, Snsitervile, S. C. Jan. 10. 185.~ 10 ff C. Plfl LIP S, (AT FRtIERSON'S STAND) O FFRRS FOR SAL, a large tassort. mnent of Cl oilhintr Drv (Guods. Per. fummery, Gruiceries, Candies., riits. Smoked slI Irings, D riedl Apples 'lTys andl Fancy Ar tieles. Aiso Glass andi Pott y,&c N. II. a large Stock of Ilos-iery, Segars, Tobiacco andr SinulT, For Sale, arid Loiw for .an. 31st 1855. 13 tf aigr-Many fraends of apt .J. 1B. N. lAi~In ttt anounitce hin a cai-i dlate for Colonel oif the 44thi Regimrernt Sio. Ca. M ilit in, to fill the vaca ncy occeuioned by the resignation of Col. F. M. Melletlt. Feb. '28 - 17 New Goodsq.. THE subscriber ns just returned fron tho North, and is norr opening a splendid stock of Ladies) Dress Goods, of all kode, viz: A boautiful lot of Rich Plaid and Striped -Silks ; Platrn Colored do. Black Striped and Plain do. Cashmeres, Merinost Persint CIuhs ; Ladies' Corseti, Motaltic Corset Boards, Laces, &c. Rigittts, assorted colors, French work ed Collurs. Batnds, &c. LaIdies' Kill Gloves, Ladies? Gannt lets; Lotng Black Mitrs Ifor I tip and Mitest. Sh1oes f all Descrliltoni T.l'raveling Truiks, Carpet Bags, Ladies' Vork Boxe's. &c. &e. For Planters. A full stock ofNegro.Kerseys, Bhinkets, Nero -Shoes, Groeries, of all kinds.. Ready mado Clothitig, Saddlery, liarwi are, Coikimg St'oves, Air-tight Parlor Stoves. Fiarmers oilers, &c., at lowor jprices thani usual. Call and get bargaitns. L. B. IANKS. OCt. 25, 1854 5 tf EDUCATIONAL NOTIhE, The Tristees of tihe uminterviltle Academy give notice that they have enigAed the services of Mr. W. 11. LEY tn an -PrinciplM of the Male Academy. I it will have associated w% itlt imuti Mr. D. D ROsA. who will tke charge particularly of tie Mathematical Departmet. From the past experience and sutecess of thuese gentlemen, as teaclhers, tlho Truste feel warraited in recommnitntlig in ti- lilglhest terms. the tistiitiou to the support auil ia tronasge f01 he omtinu1tnity, nd t htI e 1ublic gen er It ly. Tli terms will ie as follows: For the primary English course, per quarter, - - SG 00 For the aivaticed Etglishi courne, per ularter, - 10 00 For the latter, with ite classics, per qua11rter, - - 12 W0 Pv traL charge-It fut repairs, fufel, &e. 51) Jan. 10, 1855 10 tf SPECIAL N~OTlICE. f IlI E Fl 101 o WI NN & CL t.nsoN, itore tiiifore existitig, is this day di.solved by itit iLl Poisenit. We retinr our t hankm to our frierids and Cuistoimers for the very Ilberal patrotnage '.. tediled to us :1ndl liope tlie 1nme1 will lie coin mtned ti the iew firm of CLAsICKSO. & flR9UNSON. We most respeit''ully beg all wlo are in. i.t-el to tus, to co-e Ii1rwant anl make intne Iiate t payment v, either of tile untlereigned, am w.e are compelled to have miony. 1). .1. WINN. S. E. W. CLARKSON. Jan. Ist, 1855. Copnrt neri'-la i p. t'"THlE utinderuicied have ihis day form. ed a Copaitrtiership under lite name antid yle of !arkm & Hruitsiu, and will oitinue* to carry oil the ling anid 'ailiiring businens, in all its branch-es, at the old itail of Wintin & Ciarkson, wheret we will be pleaed to have our friends, and the public geCrally, to cali and examine our stock, and hope liv strit at tintion to iuniniseuss, to merit a continuance of the Saine patronage so liberally etnilet. to Wino & Chlarkwn. S. E. W. CLARK'SON, W. 11. IlMlUNSON. WNTe will sell (il' a portioi of :he preenta stock ol'C1lthing, ait first coi.t foir cash. CLAlRKSON & BRLUNSCN. Jan. 2Sth. .13fl Notice. - Il1E U N J )ISI NE > offl-e for si his !lint, i', kriiwn :ns Tow Caw, sit uateil on the Santee River. aboitt five mileos below Vance's Ferry. an oi r1mttining a limit Two Thousanal Two llundred (%2,100, a cres ifpriiie Oak, flickoiry, I'me anl Swamp 11i1l. Oin the' p1rlce are Vin liise., artis, Ne grip houtses. anl all necesiatry builldh ae in Iti' rouigh repair. TO an ailpliroed preianer the terms will bucmit -lating. Appliy to 1.1 N.tit Notice.. ftlllE SIIBS('itll2 ,ff rs for sale i.s I plaintaut- on othel Sanitn River, *nbout nmidway betweent Vanice' aiid Murray's Fer ry.nte-arty oppolsiite the~ SaniteeI *'aia. Th'lis laniit.iion contuain<u aboiut Five Thlions,:mand Five t liredl arires, (:i1st0,) of (Jak iand I lickory, l'ine- :id Satnmp thlid. wvelt adaptedt to Corn, andu tlong anul shuort Coitoin. OIn Itihe place is a gioot I wou story it wetling, anid AtIli ecessuary unt buildin,in iitmplete repair ialsoi one of lie be.st .i I Seats in the coiuntry'wilth a la rge iud subhstanitial damn. If idesi r1, the plane couttli e itivideid it suit puir ltasers. The te-rumsn il l b liberuil nit nie iom m~ilating. Fuor liarsiculairs. iniiqiire of tha oiverueer onl the prmils or addilress 14 laiw3mo Notice. Theruue is no tuse ini tailking. thle suibscrl bser hasi cloi'edia lit buiess fur thte pur. I.,se if setithnr, andui inst b'imie tnoney toi mie't presint. det:a~tidts, auid hiopes that hse ho' aisrt in ins dtebt will appr~teiemte is muecessit ies, imei foiriirdl tntd sileI Adminiqtrator's Notice. Allt -trsis haiv O ing iidemands ast th e ti t ite of Ri I. . .. uanders, are reue.,tedl to handuu thema in to thie sublisr.hergly at ti'~ted uctcortingt to hitw~ ; aind all those thtat wiltl htave notes or hiootdt due t he hirst of No.ivember, a req~ueue tii bie putnct uiai int iato is such that ei. gen e ech'sot lie giveni. W:V4. .\;. SA NI E Ra. Ocut. -2, 1851 52 ' f Notge. All persons hsavitig anv'aemns against Cn pt. J1ames It. tirock Deceased dae of Sumn ier tDistrict, will please pres~l their dtemiands toi I he siubicriber foir paymei and ihosein det~ilIed will in ike piame i n same. L. F. AalL, Ex'r. Nov. 2.9, 185- I, * '. i. LAW NO IUE. TIlE uttnersignedl htiu for'ted a coi partnearship int tie prachtise of Law and Equity, for Suter Dimtrict, O)llico heretofore occupied r A. C. Spaint, Esq. SP'AIN & TllAARSON. A. C. SPAI. J. F. G. ii.tDN Jan. t0, 1855 in 3m Wante d. TilREE NEGRO () t0O .4 fromt 16 to 18 yearn olit, as Ap m'tuie- ii thme Carpenter Trade, under HE.N, Foren u' f Winns New sto~re, now hteing putt up0 iihtt of the old ''Tavenm in Sumierydlle. A .h MOSES. Nov. 29. IBMs . II Fresh Garden Seeds, '2001) papers, Walrranted: (p 'I E LA ING EST and be-- ssort m ienit ever bronght to this mta, kot. Alt WVholesale and Retail, by Jan. 31 t( PER R Y MYMES. For the Banner. SUITER.VtfL.E1; (;., Dec. 18f!1854. Gentlemen of*irmrrnonl Conti..L come out-in this niinner to infori you that c0%, cumstances of a private nature Vill 1iot i1 low mie to bo before you two,years hence as a candidate for a seat in the s;te Leg islature, and having a villingness to serve you in some way, f off'er you my sereices ias a candiditt for Tax-Collector at the r.ext Olection, and, if eleted do promise to discharge iny duly to the best of my ability. I am yours, most respectfully, 0.. P. kiROY. ~ Watchman please copy tf. I)ec. 20, 1854 tf We the friends of A. R. BRA DHA51 Eslr., take pcapiure in ar nouncing him as a candidate for Sheriff of Sumter .iestrict, at the next Election 31ANY FRIEDS. Ma r. 29. 18.5. 22 tf. A Number of Voters take pleasure in annouincing Col. WI.LIAM A. COLCL'OUGJH as a canlidate lir Sher. ill'of Suter District, at the next elect ion. Alareni 15, 18541. 20 tf. Mr. Editor: Please announce (a pt. T. ). FRI nSoN its-a Canidadite lor Sherill' of Sumter District at tle ensuing electionl. A ug. 24, 1853. Mim TAe friends of Capt, P.) . GI 1I(ONS annoui net him at caidi. date for the office of Tax-Collector for 8alenti Couniy, at the enstiiing election and obljtiZr MANY VOTERS. October 1 ",1. F O R O R DI N A R Y. Ir Mr, Editor:-You will please! ainnione WILLI Al [I. BiUN SON asa candidate f(4r the Office of Ordi nary of Sunitr District, at the ensuing r:lection. MANY YOTUitS. April 271i, 1852 27-tf ii orWe are authorized inoinico A. E. '0)1, as a canididate for hherill'of Suiter District at the ensn.. tng election. I)eceimtber 21, 1%i2 8--tf UP", are ambiorized to announce Wit UW LE W US a candidate for Ordinary at tle enning election. .ilno 2. IA51 :35 tf for 'Tax Collector. The Friends of .. Y. Brunson, annouce liri 1 a canelidate for Tax Collecitor of Clare shunt County, at the ensu inr Election, Alany Voters. Oct. 11. 1834 50 tit. The Friends of R. Gt Potts anmuce him a Laldidate for Tax-Collevtor fos-r 2sel-m, fo-r thu ::-. 'wrm-n-iMau V,-r . Oct. 18, 1851. 51. 1f. *ii Messrs. Editors: Please* announce Air. JA31ES NlcCUL. LUM as a candidato for Tax Collector for Salem, for the next term. Mlany Yotersi. Oct 11, 1954 50 tf PALMEXTTt? SUM Al E ,I t V 10L L E, s. c.' E. .4JiRIshICNr (1Olrs for sale at the store formerly o-ct pied by 11. GreenvanId, iext dooer to the ollice of Capt. 1. Sumier, a LAit GE and well selectei siock of PA lI1 AN ) WIN TER~li Ready Alade Clothmtg of all quiacli lies ae nl sizes, wIch lie will dispoese of aet leatst lirenty fire per ceni lower than any othier hiou.-e ini townl. Thle pubb)1c are re p.-t 'ulily iniietod to call and exainjte for 'iemiselves. J. SCIIEWRtIN, Suerb~~itciedant. Oct.4th, 1854 -19) tf Dissolution1 Thle Colpartnlershlip heeretoieore existiig undcer thle lirem ofl IIrTLEJ & N EwBERYti, is this day dissolved lby temitaftiesn antd mutu ael coe nsenit. All thle Notes audl Accounlts of the lirmi hae'' beeni lac~ed ini the hasnds ofl V. N. lircrt.F.R loer col lection, who is the' 'only ancthlurezvd aegent io liqjuidaet the debets ofl the concern. AlIl peersons~ indehited by'l~iL note oracceounet, wvill p leaise coeiee foer wv.erd aned imake ininnedmiee setitlemen~cts. Y. N. BUI.IER. A. AlcCAIN NE~VilERY. Isenvine sold imy interest in thle Stoc'k ini trade to ,Alr. A. MI. NEwnci.ay, I wold reconieieind him1 leo the culstomers who so I beral Ily liatrucemzed the late fi rm. Y N. BU'1llER. Ilsaving fluight the initerest in the Srck'l ini trade tromie ir. Y. N. llUTt.ER 01 I lie l.ete firm of lT rEEn & NaiEn? i'. will lrome eliis dateie cacrry asi lie ceoercanotilec buseiness. np101 on y ownc resp~onsebilicy. I re Itin my tanikei to the custocners ni thes late firm, an-l earest ly solicit a conatinut. meae of theier plat rotere. A. AlcCAIN NEWVBERY: Oc t. 2i1, 1854. 1 t f. Notice, Dr. WV. JAS. DARGAN takes this meothiod of -infeorming those ' prsons who emcy seek lhis protesional service's aifter inightfaill, theat ie im cy le foundie uepon the pirecneses recenetly occieed by Mr. J. R. Lregane, ncear the residenco of TI. J. Din. kinis, Esgr, and hnmeediately in the rear of his oflice. Jan. 24, 1855 12 tf Don't Read This!!! All persions indebted to the Fernm of WV. Jais. Dairgaie, & Co., are requested to emake immsuedeate paeymoet, as we will lodge all papers with the proper authorities tin the first dlay of March next for ceollectiocn. gC'PTisk is positiv,-we cannot give fucri her indil genice. Ja . 17th, 18.54. 11 tf Watchmiean Coepy. tf BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, G AIT ERS, &C,, &C. TIlE Emaporiuchof Fashion and Quality, whierec may le foncil a complete assortment of Ladies 1'lenas' Boy.' ftlise and Childrens' Iloota, soesGaiteru,&c., ofalmeoat'every style and quality. The y are fresh good. and are all wvarraneted to give uatisfaction. J. TF. BRUNSON. Next door to R. C. Webb,& Co. Mar. 21 3814. 21 D=fUCT SPRING IMPORTATIONs! Rich, and New 4eign -Embruideries Muslin and Cambric Worked Collars . Cambric imid Musl!n Bands Muslitt and.Cambrie Edgings and Insertings Lot Unidersleeves, will he sold at .reduced pries. Dress Silks. One lot Changeable Browiiissimio Silks, at 37 1-2 'per yard Rich PlainA Mude Colored iilks, sit higher prices Plaid Silks, new and desirable tvles Mazaine Blue, Brownm amid Greep dood Silks Colored White aid lilack Mareelline Lining Silks One lot Plain Chantizi'able Silks, at 02 1.2c., usuallf soild at. 61.25 per ymmd. DRESS MEIHNOS, DELAINES, PLIDSe Garnet, Bluie, Tai, Browni, Coin-Coltred, Green anid Drab Alerinos Small lot Barego Delaines, at 12 1-2c. per yard. Stripo Gosselge DeLaines, rich patterns, at 25 aid 3. 1-2c. Plain Mode Colured DeLailnes Plaid Ginghains at 12 1-2c., worth 25, Eniglish Cambric Ofihkes, at. 12 1 2o warranted fast colors Clan .Dress Worsted Plaid. B L A C K S I L K S Lot Black Silks, at 50c per yard, Gros do Rhmmine, at higher prices Gros do Paris, rich Iistro at $1 per yard. Black Repd Silk, at 80 cents pet Yard, Extra.1vide Black Silks. Ianaffiy Mourming. Black Bombasine, Alpaas, Cantoii Cloths, lumipin's Challies, Black and Ilih.Mournimn Eniglishm Calicos, Black aid laalt.Mourning Calicos, at 12 Yards for el. Mourning Delamines and Barege DeLaines Black Alpac, good bhack, at 12 1.2c worth 25, Fine aid high lustre Black Alpaca, Pateit mlACk English Crape, ine and coarse Wall or Crimp Black Crape Leisse and Black Illusion for caps - Love Vells and Ildkis. Blh.ek Kid and Silk Gloves 1.Black Cr-ape Cullirs, WhiLe Xfournming Collrp. Linea 6(oods, Sh1eti mags, &0. Linen Sheetings, Pillow Case liens, Pillow caso Cottons, 12.4 Cotton Sheetinig, imiitationt Linenm, lHockabace ind Diaper Towelling Frenieh Frinaged Triy Towels, wit Colored Borders, Turkish Bathing Towels I InekabICk amnd Scotch Towels, large siles, Extra.heavy all Linen Dowlas, at 12 1.2c. Dansiak Napkiiis, a large variety lot Damask Nalikiis. it 12 1 .2e. caeh 8 and 10.4 Tabling Damask Dainiaak Cloth, English aid American Lont hs, at great bagains For P atesrs' Use, at RedueIed Prices. Duflil amid Mackiiuw flankets, Fine l3ed Blaikets Hotel Blatkets for single bed, Bied Comforts. All-Wool Plains, &c. Grey Wool Plitiis, at 37 1.2e., worth 50c. Drab liniomn Kersey, at 12 1.2c., worth 18, Georgia Plains, Wool Filling Grey Sinmets lier Servant., at -.5c. per yar I, Extra.heavy Satinets, at 37 1.2c, Smiall ]ot Grey Cotton RIerseys, at 1c. per yard Cmttoi Osnaburgs, Plaii and Striped, Blue Stripe and Plaid Homespuns Apron Cheeks, &e. Calicus at 4 aid 6 1.4e., fism colors. Finnassels. All.Wool Red Flannels, at 20c. Extra.line Red Flannels, at 25c. lhnal Welsh itand fine Saxony Flannel lied liallardvale, wide and line, tihr invalids (anti. rheumatic.) Permutnery, &c. Lubini's Extr.ets and German Colegnme, Genuine Frtnieh Lavenmder Water, delightful perfume, Tooth, Nall, Comb ar.d hair B3rushes, Toilet Powder amid Soap, Shaving Soap, Tooth Powder, French I.ressing, Tuck and Side Combs, Ladies, Gents and Children's Merino Undervests. Gents, Ladies and Childreni' Iiosiery and GIoves in all varieties. lOGAARTIE & DELAND, IM7 Kiiag-Street, Corner of Wentworth. Feb. 21, 1855. 16 m SUCCESSOas "'13Nt e . G, LITTLE & CO. - WIIN %Nol Look -Up Street, .No. 199 KING STR R ET, CHAIIRliTON S.C. WEB CLARK'SHOTEL is still in op. Alwa 8 on hand-A large and Fashiotble eration-(thanks to the kitilnesa 0 gd Stock of triends)-ready to receive customers, and Reai '-Miade Clothinag, mierialim tmeni. to their entire satisfaction. AT T;' i.owrs-r i 'Sifi.xL PRic'Ks, Ar. C. is resolved that his Hotel shall not SHIRTS, 11081EILYU~ililt LAS,&C.&C he oxcelled by any house in tREe country. W 1 l*lSA.I 'IN A NI RF'TA l,. % JOHN '.1XE DANDl cPAim . bePodiilvcrytimg the inarket can furnish ushall JO' T T D B a fount ie spread upon his tbleA well cooked and Ohisansstablihallbmenpt t. G h a trial .... 14 A p. 11 William W. Coulllette In Eqjuity - ____________ vs. (Sumaler Dist. R 1P~n , A gnes L. Cimliet te, Bifor Specificbe ar Witham R. Rteynomlds and Performamnce, Ac Tmsts~ie~fesfrsl e lna Annm Letimia, his wife and connmt, Partition maistae bu he ie rn a Jaimes Peter Confliette. amid Dlistribution, it appean.rmig tm my saifi io h trentoi~ Whmmgo ii James~ l'eter Com ieite, defenmdant in the ti tit~toars ntmetat ibove stamtedl case, resides omit of the limmsm of thme Stat e of Sonth Caroilina; oni moion hnrdcerdan ne ec n of omama nmt's Sohei tors. It is uoeed m etiel imee p-ad iest tha't te saidi .Jmes l'eter Conmliette do np taim si eyhatyaddsrbeoe liear andh plead answer or demumr to thme ntmpeaiesreafedelnghs, sai hil l , within thhree momnthis from thle l~ri tiis ice mdole ubid datie of time first plihention of this~ order, uamdnexletielofatr tr mn ordem "tpro conmfesso " will be' eni. ''ia edwt odadapoe teredl aiinst hum. euiy vtateitoe tronpys Alsno ordmered thait this order he publishedibeanitydrmgtm ietmeo h orei three monmihs in omne of time g-mzettes ofsts~r!e.E.BJOD thi distirt. "))12i W, F. B1. II.\YNSWORTII. Ceomi'r. Eq1. Se . D.Lu AU~LD February 14mh, 1855. 15 2m A IYSUPP I ATNew GoodKsrik&Jekn AT TlE N EW STORE crzuirtlre htti~hv pndi l 'NDER 01DD F'IiLLOWIIS JIAL~L. mn aidsoko A. M. NEWDBEILY s'ives notice to them A IY GRORIS ui izenis of Summmte~r anid Darhgonm )istrictfrsl nibsmre.I oiplem ae ithat lie is nmow receivmg amid o-penining atfolw his NEW ST'ORE, a choeice~ and well se. AO-rm ieSolesadWr. ected stockni or iroodtS, flts Caps, SiA-hoa rse.Pwee Bloeit, Shoes, nd~ekr, MadeJart-and-.tyrn-a rcrice maddery, Har wnreRely, 3 ad1.teMncmso,(hdeCrces C~lothmig, &c. MceeSakdfet n ogePcl. To'e all of whmich lie invites the attenmtiuion eJrinedfuimLotrsSains of time public1 espcially time bldie. Sioii oon~uae emcl aa A. 31 N E WBERY, uiaoc November' 22, 1854 5 tf Fn IoacoadSgta Land for Sale,Wi~tOmketatRieFor T[lls subscriber offrers for sale his tract I eotte ldetteuie ysrc m ofminnd conitaining 780 acres of upm land o L ome m hi uadsligcua and 80 1-2 acres of miwamp hanad, lyinig Oi orn Aho rdct ei hr fpbl Sanitee swamip, near Fultoni. Oni thmeptrma. preumses are a Saw Mill, Cotton Gin J .KND1K .W.JNIS mmnd Screw, till in repair ; also a comnforta- o.1,16 bile tdwelling and all necessary outbid-d imigs, in repair. Tme upi liads amid Saw ~ om ~ w MlL M ull amid Dwelling are sit unted on mime road leading from Cammnen to Vamnce's Ferry, ' IE SBC BRS ain en six mi es wvest of Rtammsey's Depot. .1 etki h amgmn fMsr Apply to . Cgi~ io o' maaSwXi e J. W. WEEKS, ibpeetyaaenwmknsc o Fulton P. 0., 5. C. betem osppy ihdsac .Tin .1, 18-%5 12 3m mndfrlbeIntimrkt Coghlan & Gay. cs.Apredntsweorasrefld LACKSMI'lTilS, Enmginmeers, Machin- il e eqird B mts unel Ganeral Miachanics, eff'er Acet otb'coe ttm adoee theirmservices to their friends antd thme pub.qinmtrfhepsntyay oCshe hic. CShY o hiecmestet d Tenrms Cash-Or, when it is convenient eesnc~oteaoetrsi ie i and safe to openi accounts for parties, they me hahayepno toda t n& omusmt seithe up at the end of each quarternesWeildolllite ortyeno e f the year, either bcy cash, discount or acmoaeornegbui rfrneS note. Ourn busmi-mess wmll he strictlf comn. Odr -a elfaoi ahn h1 ducted on this system (luring the present wt ess .Dxn .J rnio year.Moiseath l. .T. J. COCIH.AN, CUIIA. AYMagr. RE~D3iUN GAY. Fe.1.l Janury 1, 1S8 .\VEBB WacLma x'sy ~ llmTs stl-i p er to - t akIo t e k a n s fg o