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ii i*~o~rikklee iytmisi
t io'''WiTiy--Thed eo.
ik'ie 'ai-ed leav
i d Ntio f n-oei
t seen eels"Ae 5,000
"d1,idytnehef, was taken by
W'louutust3f' asa :certain flzmd
u e~is and
Te fo1iVg is n intAde. In despite oF
th M the
iu a 'Wadt to a
d- fee etedl.hkive
e e y~wn llice fo
ndn fte pigil Repub
can f iTavgn, s'o
y eurt emur lled-of
I tttGood'ich and Emiersob, by
81inf~~tdent&pla-st 's'uminer.' The
e UIrebGd rWer TThe Superior
- bfti i ifhe i't dwrn Wsa dse-n'rged
- te G ud Jury. rhe other, Ewing, was
p app:ea dekis: trial .before.tho
ofb6d'of *10,000.0 -At'
al t heiua bO-bornd -was re.
qu 00.t~eimoney paid, his sureties
a h eNth"e compromis.
T, owing s' oil J A ". Indsit f
11-stated in the pa
Ptithin three nonhs alter the new
waaadopted in France, t ;ere
wer~ uy difOrcesa marriages, and that
in e'gten months twenty thousand divorces
JupBtI stca*.TeLondon Econ
owl~ju~hj~nsoften been severe upon this
eosty,-aa aoarticle says: " Welhave
ben literary taste of
e tnnot believe
t~h~ atronag .9t th#
brop , v copy
'j,'r~9 '~ to~ad ~Iffi.
s sf w i~aind .best
~ Wdi ~'~~*" This is.
isis a''ii 8igniouth
lina, Georgir Aabmamresponse
Gentneia ion:COunty,' to
neaene toi th'criss." . The
Ielf.edby.the General As<
td nl,~ weregatnong .others,
dilaf uterGpneral states
thme law in -ntilnt nlewapapers,
(e.~t~Ii ~wet~ i r~tthe late session
b*hjsit Transient newisnas
~~,tb~wotsent f'rom -the office
~fpu~icaiom~w11 hereaftei: lie subject .to
the sp69Oe no inte only;
milbb, who .~h news
pe~sipt fjp i~ State i9 another.
Go LIiaxoM1AtPh WdsternEmpire,
a .fis'ibM b f'isndIt
h iIhe'West.asaes that- there
o~eM~Ae llincteasim. The
Al..tr' uJe.. wi iin
asontWbtalietithat te might t
!some pripriety tn aputsinibgbowii this mat
1tvr, wes,hhiiy to be carsied, kMa~tor consul
thq f pwgjpato,yetn wqsepuraoed.
Iv ' .algYe K. .Bass
6 .4 _ r I w r
4, l e30'nto", ( lluins fil
betWelir the ra~ife yp lsti
John Jcul s4n~~ btine hkUered
l ee k o it o a
Ihart upon a p4Iait fp *.61 4.M.00lJ very falh
profit oonalderia the tia Of this sun, a lit.
actIj :: piaat ih pbuns 10fte$r
both of thSUNalniade wer$Uidd t
thI right time to savo the, necessty at making a
al no etb .eir al
riew ow e Ine a 416 -l"e.hI at.
ta. advertinshnea to tl at sect, in thi lIeald,
in costsefit.enc ir b %'lbye iyt t'ied
an adverti.emaent in the -Hleraki thai. the *5th,.
UuucviAuld hojAd by. addressig A.R;;D. -i;th
Iioraldufile. 'l'his called forth a answer, tha
tihe monsey would be called for at tin'a'pleie omi
the I31 h, the writer direcaitig ia' tie 'ine
ria a 5 aadI-U a a
it Was u e, as tqattempt t0d e t
as everylthingihad o. arfaokl rua ii im.
positle. Officer luwyer thq adpp a pak.
age, of wortlmesa 6is., dk nihei ud1Mr. Astot
atn told him to deliver them to say erson that
tioned tiea slv'ea ilaf'edtt phiceao bp a
.At teat o'clue certain rat'klin De Basga
appae uat jdi.' A deir:redite.d the' psk
Ing andalere followd by the officertaothe cr
Ier 01 Uify atnd Fulton-qit, when the. offico
arreated himn. He told the ofHter. that.h was
dire)c by , A; odd -d the
Hoe tia djrseelesi to ide so, ;bug clbarged(get) td
opoi his .o 1,ltto 5. .it, or mike a sigi, aud
otfieor Read -went.cith him. After.d-teliveria
te puckagerh t watd',dhi't. i 'ao came,
and attt ne short ime they loit.
inaut dtntaly after wardasaac A. Brigga made
lhis apparanco inaithe, bar- ronm, ,and received
she puckagE ind tha'ltift, with thhaflcers close
upon ti heela. it o got- intu a stUage. rode to the
cearit4Jflf ieoadl 'ay andriCi ,aaiitrees.wh'e're'lhe
roiuurt uudthespilcers asaghted. He theu
wenat to sn txehausge ci~ce ou the csaruer ul
.arcer--t, whire the s fsicersaarrssi him, with
the p..chagea 'in his posaersion. fi told thte olli,
car iohd hidrcived a letter frto ausswdte
hag hti that hel nmaU ge't the packagen of money
Aront thlehotel, and hcve it.exchtangd ifor otha
nutey, uad as fat he oeheaged it he maust for.
wrd it oihil4a lI hiidiadtait hnmight re
tain el,5itI'fur i s r., iu d if ho did Yot do
it his ole woul be take . '
oirugg is brotharin-lzaw of g-.s, Aft d hessay
tlaat B gda gave itnt directions to do ti he had
duone, eprdany ifo aration Iwa reeived by
the Chief to' i'oico that a lotter in the snme hanad
wveatinag laItl beea rece.liedh by Mr.Wllarud smith
an old and infiltnt tm n. but very rich, ,residing
at .it. Gorge's ltaour, Long aland, havin'g the
ame'ditto us tlosoe received by Mr. Astor, de
ntatunding. $2,001 ont a penalty of having his
house burnt anad his life destroyed. It was ev
idently writmeon by lBriggs, who is well kntown to
the auothorities. ' T1f:lcer 1 eseave tie thatfki
li the coamatlmity fear the very ingetnisus man.
ter in wlich they detctedcthese roguer.
DUELLINt PRoHlfDITED-President Tae.
itr annd his Cabi93et hve 'decided tt'ig
gry officr i the, Army and Navy, ays
every man connected with thte civil ser.
vite of the Governmient, shall be 'indved
f'romnoffice'If he engage in a duel.
The effect to thoenldision of' the Sonnte,
in declaring Gen. Shields itneligible, is tc
render his election void-'and the Gover.
nor of llliiois anniadi nik a- temporary
appdintment. The 'Legislature of thal
State does not meet for two years, unles~s
specially ca led~toget er -
INsUREglto4IN CA NA DA FoR EnfA DowED
Tiid 'igras or disaffection ore 80 strorig iin
Canatda, paridclarfy in the Upper pi-o.
vine, that we, should not heo surprised al
an outbrask. * We are happy twperceive,
accordingito a Washington correspondeni
of the New York Herald, that it is the pur.
posd of tre Goderhment to ptevent all
sudh interforened in the quarrel, on the
part of our citizens; as would commit out
neuitrality, and that Gen. Wool will soor
beqn h:o tqrn frontier irl restrahlfl ol
DE01TO 0IN FAvoR oF MoRSE.
It s'stated in the Washington Union,
that after trying Bain's system of telet
graphing, Mr. O'Reilly's associates iit
the lines west fro~m Philadelphia, have
come. to surms itith Pofessor Morse,
ratther thani abandon Muorse's telegrapL
and adopt Blain's.
The New igrk .'ribuno says that
proparations are in progress for the
comnage of the $20 and, $1 gold pne
ad'tlidredto -be coinod by Congreed
but that three weels or a mionth will
olap~sob'efor.e axny of the dollar pieces
will be ready..
imrPowers;.the sotulptoi-, is at present
en aedupbn a~ great .national statue,
wich Jh cafs ."America," and upo~
which he says in .a letter to afriend ,ir
1Cinbidrinatiyheis'willidg his famo and
ijg ~any C fer the sNIi fetb i
~hylahisq uay~aijjutg,bau gfreile .slarge
qi ng Aen for ;'h). ....ct..u..
,;ausd veral pn der
mnitatog9 to p.u.hegaIspurolis upf
armname and appearane,.foi. e..uuli -
of Wild piherry," mieapelhog jigs qrga, p
~'orging certif"cates to-re ie thoseff.6 true
s3atam. "Dr. 1% ia, Balqahi of Wild Ch-r
ton tao i tti e9
LOOK Wl' THE MA1S 'Of ''E
The genuine Balsam ik put up inetles
irkh theat words, . Eutar's .Balsam of Wid
Phefry,1Philah~qges hibe~glas;,e iso.
~le@bgyings labetpn .thp frout with the uigna
tar. of -.. . WiTiAR, M. D.
Thig will ite en'elopedierafiriid aei
rpe;copyright secured,. 18,14; on which
rili always appear the written sIgblaturu 6,f "I.
J one geguine unless signed L. BUTTS
on the wrappers For sale in Sungerville Ly
toLLER & BOSSARD,at the Drug Store;
and by. Druggists generally in South Caro
I O1K OP TEMPERA ICEm
SUMTER DIVI-SION, No.' 12.
Public Quarterly" Meeting.
The .Publuie Quarterly Medtikig of the
Divison'wvill take 'place on the evoning or
at theiiMetho~dist Clirlt in iSuittville,
whenw Is :eexpeeted it Jiidge. O'NuriL.
ill delivera Adres. A M..
The Public arerespectfullyi invited to at
o .dtid.qT , Ja ''l in A? CHISHOL i R. ty.
"14March 'i 21- A~t
SONS OF TEMPERANCE,
Sumter DiVision No. 12.
The regular Weekly alMeeing of this 'Dii
sion will be held on Wedstesday Erening
next, at their C raatl8 'clvc.
i*dK. A CHISOLM, R. 8.
Sumn rnllDeS,(. 19, l
Wilmington and Manchester
ENGINF R'S OFFCE.
Mindsn 22'N, 1849.
PROPOSA LS will be receiverd, by hec
unaderaigned, until the 2nd of April for
tho Graduation of the Wilmington ard
Manchester Rail Road, bet.ween Rocky
Bluff Swamp and the Camden Branchi
Stockholders who desire to wvork out
the subscriptions on this portion of the
Road, are requested to muake application
on or before that time.
Profile ofihe Iine rNay be soon on ap.
plication at the Engineer's camp on the
line of the Road.
L. J. FLEMING.
*IRest'. Eng. W. and M. Rt. R.
March 28 g2 1t
New Goods Received,
The subscribers are now receiving from
New York, a large and well selected Stock of
Dry. Goods,- via.0 Brown Shirtinge, Long
Clothe; Brown and bleached cotton Drills;
Irish, Brown and Plaid Linens, Linen Drills,
Barag~es, Linen Lustres; Colored and. white
nmushans, Linen Ginghams, Muslin Ginghams
Colored and black Cotton do.; Colored, black
and Furniture prints of all kinds;. A well
selected stock of.Ilogiery; -Goods for gentle
men's Clothie ~of varnous 'kinds; Ready
made.Ciothing of every description; A large
Ass'orundnt; of Bonnets; Lleghorn,, Panama,
Palm Leaf 1lats; Boots and Shoes, Saddlery,
Trunkd, Valiso' Trunks, Carpe't Ilags, &c.;
Hardware and Cutlery, Books and Stationery,
&c., to be found at their store, 3 dooi-s north
of the Court House. Groceries of ever do.
scription to he found at their Grocery, 1 door
north of the Court House. Call pand take a
J. T. SOLOMONS, & CO.
FRESH AND SEASONABLE
READY MADE ELOTIIIG,
SThe-subscrber.huujusteogesed, a splendid
astottment of Cloths CaseittVesting's,
Drab D' Ete, &c. &c. In fact ever-y article
in a Gentleman's Outfiti Also; a variety or
Resdidyrade smrnmer Clothing, all of which
will be soI4 at a small advance for th9Cash
or to prah'ottt l uetot1of. a
a . D.J- WINN.
March 48, 1849. 22 . 3t
Corn for Sale.o Csh
154O b'snels oft PItIldE00N U'h
1at a very low price. TApply at this ofile,
I 21.dE H .1 2 2t
By r e r:Div a e
ld at PublicAa -un Aer
st Mond~f~W yt# 6bled
orses,ivz:-Importqd 4 M*'ig
Sy Saenta AnjthUferald Fly fi,.abod
d stallion). Also a f
*AAE , A
in 9As ~ y , a.-A
WhereasW. CfGuerry hitbspp)iedta me
rLetters:if Allminianonld i.i
ular the..goods ang chattels, rights and crd.
ts of Wauhintton-Colclough, late.ofthe Di&
riot aforesaid deceased.
.These are, therefore, to citeandadmonleh
4ll and singular, the kindredand creditorsof
the said edeceased, to, be and aypear before
me, at,aur.next Ordinary's Cour forthesaid
bistrict,- to be holden itSumterCourt House
onFriday,.theo.4th day.of :April ,nejtjto
4hew cause,' if any, why the saidjadministra.
tion should! not be granted.
Given under my hand arid seal,'thi'24th'
'day of March, in the yearrof-our
(L. s.] Lord, one thousand eight hundrqdjind,
forty-nine, and ,in.t~e .;73rd year of
W. LEWIS 0. s.
March 28, 1849. 22 2t
th"Regiment 3d Brigade 0
A COURT MARTIAL'ilFbe -held on
the first WE DNESDAY in May, in"Caindeki,
at 12 o'clo-k, tP try all default6rs at r
oint on the 12thwl3th 'and'4th eaibei
last, and also defaulteriat Cot artiao
derdd to be hold- iriCaindon rithe fist Moai
day in March. The Court to consist of the
Liout. Col. Tnos. DAvis, Presidet; Ca
lains JAS. W: ADAm,' A. R TAmLon, D. )
PEnnY, W. A. Axcnuat, and T. 07.lIenp
sux; Lieuts. JAs. ADAMs, J. . ohrx, 0 J.
C. SECREST, Tims. JItJ4Ese L. '. Lomo,-ind
W. F."Bumr.na;' 'Supernumeraries, Lieuts.
TuoarupsoN and :KENNEDY; Cornets ADAms
The&Captains will: have the defaulteri in
their respective Conipanies warned to ittand.
By ordcr of Col. ANCRUM,
. I. GOODWYN,Jn.
March 28. .22 at
. Negroes Wanted.
The Cash is deposited for the'Purchase
of a'few likely young Negroes, from 12 to25
years of age. Enquire at the Sherifs O*ffice;
Sunterville, 10 March, 1840. 20" tf
Sale of Negroes to Foreclose
On Friday, 80th March, I will off'er for
Sale, at Sumter Court House, (by. cpnsent.
of all parties interested,) TWENTIY-FOUR
NEG RLOES, to foreclose a Mortgage, given
by A. B. Blrailsford to D). St.-P. Duflose, J. L
Manning and T. C.-Richardson.
D. ST. P. DUBOSE.
arc 13, 1849. 20 St
The subscribers would respectfully in'orm
their friends, and customers that the are
now receiving their SPRING STOCK, from
New-York and Charleston, which they will
sell as low as can be purchased in this place;
either for cash or to approved customers.
All we ask is that you give us a call and
examine for your-selves, and we doubt not~
that-ample eatisfaction - 'ill he given.
Bi WN, LEE &Co.
'Sumterville, 28 Fob., 1849. -18 tf
The Subscribers have just .purciased
and received a GENERAL STOCK 01'
GOOJDS, consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hard Ware and Cutlery, Hlats, Cae Ladies'
Fashionable Bonnets, &c., &c. All of which
will be offered very Low for Cash, or -upon
the usual credit to punctual customers.
Those of our customers indebted to us pre
vious to first January last, will do us a great
kindness by settleing up all accounts, and
making now ones.
ROGERS & SPENCER.
Bishopvil!o 5th March, 1849. 20 tf
The Stage wvill run daily frotni Sumtervillo
to the Claremont Depot on and after the 1st
of March, and will leave at 3 o'clock in the
morning, Eotting out on its wturn, on the- ar
rival of the cars in the afternoon from thu
* P. M. BUTLER.
Sumnterville,28th Feb. 1849. 18 6m
South~ Carolina-Sumter Dist
Jane WVilliamns and
It appearing to nmy satisfaction that .Jano
Williams and Rebecca Jane Spann and others
Children of Martha WVilliasia aud Childreni
of Charles S. Spann, Defendants in the asbove
stated case, reside wvithout the State of:8outh
Carolina. It is therefore ordered 'that they
do appear and object to the Division or Salo
of the Real Estate of Richard Spaon, deceas
ed on or before the 12th day of June next,
or there consent will be entered of record.
.a. .:0 .W..LEWIS, 0. 8. D.
M4anih 12th, 1849, 20 1p1d
Oct Ali V
0.P U icr k 9 4p
oW Wdb , Rims aty
ton r n6a
All of w~u~iac
t~he saufe'1uality canribe b ag~It in Ch.rlsk.
ton, ron:CAlegoa Cndri. ".+'W um
8Phyiia~s,Mlantora and ouisrylB[er
chpnts wvill dowefi .tptgiveafl6 a call. befdre
'CaindF ,8jg 9
.Cprne qf. nad o.4eL
ThsUote! stuated lng the biess part
of Yie cyollbra ey de ~ be omo
and convemtenc6i4tlio vem ta ~n.
nity, .and Perrlanent .Boardenered. ~ b
lishment is- conducted istrletly sn e~t
* IAu Omnibus and) Carrie Wii~atteid
Road Deppt,.foi the acegguodhtifp of ~s.
CHAR LESToN, S..C., Miarch 10,184
By His. Excellency. WmITEsH B. SEs.
DnooK, Gdvernor and Comnmaier-ih Cilef
in and over the State of Sorth Caralina
Whereas information baal been received at
this Department, that a mot atrocious murder
was commined in Edgeipddistret, on. the
10th day of February last, by a slave named
APP or APPLING, belonging to Martin Po.
soy, Esq and'that t d h absIn..
dod::Ndw, knoefeyoint orderi that 'thi :saidJ
slave maybe broughtito trial for thecline
with which he is charged, L1 do herish ;olbt
a reward of Two Hundredand Fifty Pls
.forghe apprehension and'safeldelWtery oCshe
sadslave App or Aphlng to- the J o
Edgefiold district, or to any other 3azlor in
this tate. eSaid fellow is aboutthirty y rs
of age,,5 feet.8 or ton inches'high, straightof
ordmnary size, a little ceper colored, stam
Thrs wHel tohad on whenhesetr
a brown frockcoatand i ho had a
long beardloni his'chin; one of his~legs ls ibm
and muck uiwollen. . P <v !A
qivep underem h~andt4 topth 4 of sae,
m te earo ~ oone t onand it1
hundred od d,1ynin ,-and n e
thirs'year of Mnrican lufdl 'nd .
1VHTEnfARt$IL B.EA MIROR
For sale at the New Damg t3ioreby
..heabove $ BDlhave beo~di
To all whom it miay'bersh 'th t4the
Wife of Eli~s S. hicLoeid dyinIdto64' a
Ed itecdi S h.22184018 4
YOUNG DYSON TI~A .
Just theceivedu i1.414 and pud ji f
(lead.foil]j ind tbr sale by "
~AMita- t( --
tornerf rty and
1~ heriff'o Hie 1
erty of J. J. B~else Ei'th Luit f
Lerty of F. Ligofel s
pe of .oMielev R 1
b 'n 16?
1 negrley'ed trn as~h
-roD F . t a
1 negrl ivied on as~e~v
perty ofas. B., ~ R~iart
pertyo Ja.s t a eieul
Bat~ie aid .WAVoloIouh' -
sit of D) HI Pool, suva '''
sa.ta h i -,lUMR~iMGM