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Yellow. Fever ieqif)r ev t n
Cinuinnati and thile smalW Pox is rng in
PATr1cIDE--Mr John Kneploy, a -ve.
ry respectable an gI
of Harrisburg Ia. was ki lled by his own
SonlD) i f 111oP1
The Legislaturo of Now York has pns.
. sed un ACt rtllowinglirn agencies of oldl
Tuopcan..houseS to uno theircopartner.
a*4iip harnes, eveniif the. real partners have
P d -TE tj hi not a ]$4 romrkoble,
as iicating Ihe progress of our country
in population, that the Senato at present
consists of the same number as the House
of Representatives in thof first Congress'
The trustees of the Baltimore Public
Schools lately tried the 'xjriment of
abolishing flogging in those institutions,
but found it 'would not answer with the
Baltimore. boys; so the use of the rod has
Their were upwards of fifty steam boats
t St.. ' hho 28th ult., most of
2whicW e ' " hti-rdnceiving 'r discharg.
jrst4 i MA.
A01h6211. 0!lis R4pblican, of th 3(d
instant- nafs tiat no less than three h un.
dred Califoi-nia ehiigants had arrived in
ihat city Within the previous three days.
ra. Rivps.-The Cairo Delta of ihn
fith nstant, says-that both the Ohio and
ississippi were falling fast at that point.
Hin Henry Clay was engaged the
most of lent week in arguing a great will
case at Winchester, Ky., but failed to
'Te Tafl Print works at Providence,
- Ra I. *ere destrnved by fire on the night
'h, 9ih inst. Damage, 82,000, which
nas fully insured.
e4,;NeFIusriver boats are still earry.
g pasnge,rs between New-York and
Abhr j fr'50 ansd 25 cenis.
V illis, speaking of thoso who
pride;themselves on their ancestry, says
that thay are like the reflections of stars
in tlk atr--hey never would have been
therz: Wt et,:1brght origfiInals in leav.
As an-example. of the patronnge of the
igeneralsgovernment. it may he stated that
there are five Iitindred and twe-n:y.six
<inplo ersin'the New York eustom linuse.
~ith drina erieRs amounting in'the ng.
gregate to $537.372.
Srpirrous.--At a recent trial in Eng.
1and], arising upon an annuity bond, it ap.
peared that the bligator, a clergy mn n, was
an habitini drunkard, that lie could not
fihd the psalms or lessons and rend the
service for Easter on Good Friday!
Erie Rail Road.--T he passenger io.
ecipis on-ihis road, for the first five days
in April. have been 81250 per (Inv, or
seventy.flve per cent more than the March
receits. The freight receipts ar cqiial.
DEI.JCACY IN Ti IRxFREME.-A vot'ng
gentleman lately hathing in the Missouri
Miver, on observing sameladies a pproneh.
ing, drowvned hi,nse'lf frmm motives efex
tremne delicacy. Foolish y'oung man.
,Dia'iden.--The Georgia Ra.il Road
nad Blanking Company has dlecla red a
- mui-nnaual dividend of 3 1.2 per ct.,
nayble on the 17th inst.
CA'r'HO'LIcS N INDA.--It was stated at
a recent puhlic meeting in .London, that
Romne numbered in india. 20 Papal bish-.
ops, 1200 priests, and 700,000 converts.
*Wmn. H. Hrison,- n grandson of ex.
President Harrison, andl wolh known in
Cincinnati nsa highly. promising yonng
man, who accompanied Col. Webb's Cal.
Ifornia party on their wa'y to thle gold re
gion, died of the cholera on the Rio
The recent annual re port of the Blible
Society of Virginia says that most of the
counties ini the State have been visited
during thevear, and about 30,000 copies
of the Scriptures have been distribunted.
The recelis for the Bible year, ending
A pril hut 1840, amount to more than $11,
000. This is perhaps the largest sum
.raised in any previous year of the Socie
'rhe Bur'lington (Iowa) H-a wkeye. says:
A gentleman from Keokuk county, brings
the melancholly intelligence that (luring
th e dold weather of last month, ai party of
5~ persons were returning home from a
ball, which they attended' in that county,
and it issupposed1 that they lost their way,
.as they were all found frozen to death on
DEVELOMgrS.-A Coroner's inquest
was hold on Friday last over the dead
Jody of a~negro, discovered in tho loweir
edge of this dist rict, near tile Lexington
line. The jury, in idenfifying the hody'
found it to he that of A pp or A ppling, the
alave of Martin Poesy, charged with the
murder of Mrs. Posey, who, as our read
ers recollect, was found dead a month or
six weeks since, with marks of violence
en her person. Suspicious circumstances
attend the negro's denth. His hands wvere
tied, and a leaden ball was ext rooted from
one of his ribs, whlichi hadi been broken
clearly indicating that ho came to his
death by a gun or pistol shot.
Several persons have been~ arrested on
suspicion of the murder; among them
Martin Posey,- the nantor of the negro, a
mian by the name 6fKirkland, and one lby
the name.of Jones. . Ereng suspicions al.
so attachito the two former for the murder
of rs.,Posoy, the vifp of Martin Pose v.
~1 I snnetetfod lidt'orid ci- tfwo of't he
parties have made important confe'ssions.
Tiiiris likely to prove. horriler ti dy.
COJIW.CTED WtZK.LV. -
Corn, bsh. GO a
Peas. * ,75 y
FCoddr, cwt. 75 a
Dacon, (hog round) lb 6 a 7
lb 17 a 20
Fow-ls, .lb, 12 a 18
e.. b 8 a 10
York, l1 -- 5 (
Flour, . bbl. 5 a5 50
Salt, . sack 2 a 2 50
Coff'o, . . lb 8 a 14
rel, fyson,. . . lb 75 a 1 51)
" Gunpowder, lb 1 00 a 1 50
Sugar, Lraf, . lb 12 a 14
B llrowu, . lb 7 a l'o
a Whito Hmvanu, Il 11 a 12
Molasses, West I:dia, gal. 37 a 5
t New Orlons, guil. 50 a 62
Rico, Country, . bsh. 2 00 it 2 510
69 Chureston, "6 3 00 a 3 50
Lamp Oil, . -g 1 00 a 1 50
Lard, - . Ilb 10 a 12
Candles, Tallow, lox, lb 18 a 211
a Sperimacete, Box, Ili 43 a 50
Gunpowder, . Ireg 5 a 7
Bugting, . yd. 14 a 20
Bal Rope, Ib 10it a 12
The 2d Anniversary of the Lodibar Total
Abstinence Society will be held at that place
on Saturday the3 51t May next; t he exercises
to commence at 11 o'clock, A. M. precisely.
R. M. Drsox, Esq. will deliver the address.
A punctual attendance of members is re
quested. The public are very respectfully
invited to attend. By order of lie President,
A. WATTS, Sec'y.
Opinion of A Regiular Physi
Exeter, Me., Sept. 30. 18-15
This certifi- that I lnve recomnded the
use of WiTAlt'S BALSAM OF WILD
GIlI RRY for diseates of thIe Lutigs, for two
years past. und macnv borttles to my knowleden,
liave been used by my patenot, till with ictiei
cinti resualts. lit two cases-c, whi-re it was thouglt
confirnwsd coensmption had taken place, the
Wiltd Cherry efTectel a cure.
E. BOYDEN, Physiciai at Exeter r'orner.
NO QUACKHMl1Y! NO DECEPTION!
All publisied statements of cures perforned
bcy this mediecne, are, ini every re'sp..e't, TI UM.
IEW A It E OF COUN TIlFEItrS AN D
I MITATIONS. The nt'.talceld a'd aston
ishing elfliecry of Dr. Wirtar's lalsam of Wild
Cherry in till the disses for wht ich it is recom.
mended, curing many cases afteer the skill of
the best physicians aus unaivailing, has etre'ted
at lrge aned increasing demand t.r it. This fatt
has eaused reverul ucipi h -diild coniterfeiters
and imitators to laln off eputrins nejxtures, of
similar naimie and iplopearance, for the gentcuee
111 Pcerefil und :et lie Freied,:.' DR. WVIS.
TAR's IlAILSAI OF WiL.D CilLlRY.
Non3 genicr n!e nles.. signed I. BUT'I'S
on the wrapper. For s-ie in Saime .rville !.v
MLl iii & IIOSSA ri , at the Dettg Stnre;
and by l ~rngss generallv in S CanutCro
'Cr uc . s-i oy, Ae ir. l0 h, 181').
The pirty cli Jmtni a requ*':.-il tin the
Governr of ainy Stte, shonhe I t ran t h ei'
follotwing piapers: Amdal~v~titbefore at Mais
te ate, settinig forth thce. act of thce ce the
M agistrate's warrantcc foe the atppr ehm-:siont of
the fugitive; certilen'te oftheIc Clerk of thce
Court that i a Mg.strate; and certi
ficate of one of the Juedges ticat - is
Clerk of thce Court.
By order of thce Govcenor.
April 21 2t1 a
CI IuarI s-roN, Ar 1 0thl~d, 18 19.
E~very appiceationt ftr pardi~on oub ibe ae'
comtpamtied by a copy of the I ndi'ccen:, thec
Verdict of the Jtury, thce Seenciee andu 1 report
of thce presidling Ju cdge, and Ice eopinn oef thce
Court of Appeals, wh'len the ener ha~s ieen
camrried to that I ribuncai.
By order of thce Governor.
B. TI. WATT"JS, Excceuie e'y
A pril 21 20 :.
Ten Dollra~ Reward,
Raenatway from te .,sr~eher, n te 2cth orf
Maerei ch' laeer negro eunae D)A NI l si. fle is
about five fete:, (6 inchiet lhigh, tuih-raly etune,
his teeth proes a lit Ie in front, h.ie i.V rvr hc:k,
about foray yearcs oldi, supposaed to hto harboirenc
about Sumeterville. Anyc pe rson delivo'ieg scil
ntegro to the subescribe'r, onc ler plnta~etion, or ice
2Selehtnitril 1849 2(6 .'h
'Tiree or foucr Negro Shoe Makers, for
wvhichc liberal wagers will lee givene. Addcress
Camden, S. C. A pril 25, 21) 3t
More Panama Hats.
A c~so--l cask each Pale Al, Lied L~eodo Poer..
ter ine pes, for saie by I.. II. II ANKS
Beat Comnpaney, No. 2. Upper Bat. 414 Reog.
S. C. M. will patrade itt Sumtervillie, at 11 '.
clock oct lice 1st Saeturday (5th (lay) of May,
armeod as the lawi directs for drill.
Patrol Wacrrantts will tihent he retncrnedi.
Pnersucant to an order frocm Major Aneterscon,
an E/'ctimn for Encsiorn of thce Comtraney wiill
be held at Chcinae's liotei ont the satne day..
MaI~nagerr, licet. C'olclough, Sergt. Crace
andl Private D~escheamps.
By order of Capt. Bc.AccN-m;,
J. 0. IfEIlOT, Q. S.
Apnr: 12. 1L9. 25 mt
ATTHE C FE BMZAA
,11,E ctfull in form
their customera In Sumter au the pulI gen
erally, thit they .have reived a largo and
general assortMant O.
* Spring and Summer Goods,
convisling eavery vaiiety suitable for the
season, Ali.a conplete assortment of
' READY-MADE OLOTHING,
Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery,
Crockery, Boots, Shoes and
Bonnets, 'Hats and Caps,
Baggint., Rope, and
SADDLES, BRIDLES, &C.
And every other article usually :ept in their
line of'business; all of which are ofTered for
sale at e.trenely lot jrices for Cash. Re
me:nber to call at the
Op2osite the. Camden 11ank, Camd#en, S.C
The Board of Trustees of the Bradford
Springs Female Institue Company, will neet
on Saturday, the 190t May iiext, for the pur
pose of electing aI Principatl for the Institute,
with a salary of One Thousand Dollnrs, aund
two assistant female Teachers, one of them
to instruct in Music, with a eanlary of Three
Hundred and Fifty Dollars each, and a Bur
sar, with a s;l'ry of Five lundred Dollars.
The situation is wnll known rs one of tho
most healthy and desirrible in the State, and
the Board of Trustees determine to vustain a
Seminar' of the first cliass, consequently
noie nead ' apply without the highest testilmo
ni1is, both as to character and qualiications.
Communications a:ldresped (post-paii) to
"Rev. II. D. Green, President of the Board
at Suniterville, S. C." will rece:vo attention.
). B. M1LAURl IN, Zec'y.
April 18, 1849. -4 5t
EIGHT IUNDRFIl) POUNDS FOR
sale low for Cash. 'iqure of Thomas J.
11th April, 1849. 25 tf
MR. II1. J.RISSI)EN, of Char!e.Mon.
Professor of Music, ollers his services in the
Formation and Instruct io:n of IMI Li ry 1 tm:is,
&c. Mr. B. is possessc: of the mt sati j
faictory teL!timlonials regardlingi' calilityv aw
inrisler. t,inuemion)s can be h .
ed to the c.arc of Mr. F. Zogbaim, 201 King
istreet, (.haile:3ton, S. C.
A prill:3. 253 2m1
I will give a rew .rd of '10 for mvy bov
DONAS, who left ime about the 20:h .I inuary
list. lona.i- is about 25 years obl; 5 feet it
inchels Iigrh, how leed, Iack comiipleztion
wi:h a 1 ine set of teeth. Ile is uij:osed to
lc harbored n tle neighbo.-hoo1: or about
.8-muervilhe. The abovo rew ,r:l will be r.V
e:i to iy one who will deliver him to mc or
any hilso that t can get him.
.. T1. CUMMIlNCS.
A,-ril 9, 1819. 25 ti
Th. subls'riber respnrloetnv infor:n the
T A *lPA YtE l8 of (Cim'emlanr.'tin! his li00l:s
wi!1-1m c:loed oil the first .Innlaxv in Aliv
araiiist returns for Ili yreir 1 and al
pe4rsons hwing ndoreir s; a:a ntl pi,
wdl settle u pon r befo.1 irl thel fir.t Afond
in.a pa l twnti oammmrcis 1w illb loii-bi
withl the S3herifT for collect gon.
W. FRANCIS BIUTI.ER.
A pril 18, 1849. 23 3t
Digest of the Nsgro Laws'
o' iSo'efth Caro~ia, by ?~w 1 Ion .1011 N
lIKELTON O'N IEA L L.
be in the h~ais~1 of evyery pbute~lr a:el Y!:lve'
iner ivnyc be ii.;: m li ::pplie:trin to
W .\l I EI \'S1 Pree5 cents pe.~r co; y, or
. co~p s for W
Apidil I12 2
Mi RS. 11l. 111RTI & ~ LNXAAN, have
the hoacr of neaUin~tingV th~e le~ies of Sam-.
tervile aclnd viemi't hast I hey h1:334just En;I..
edl a Iro.nisomLe assortmenoit oif lpring.o Bonnet,
oif thle L. te.: :;tyles; consistim of ik, Fr-ni
I ,rEP, Neipohti ns ad 0other Brids b: Also h
1 c h a::..ort miei: (of F'rceh tl3.wc; , libbon",
W\reatlw,. Ilibrobslered Capec, C ol lrs, ( nfD
likewoI .II. a.m e :o:4':n tla inen Ibarrage,
Embfrihroie I )o.; to,c hor v:lh other" bra11l
Io:ne 8: yles for 1 )errec: wh1h tiher v..l be
pleasze l to hiave thalem call and,: ey.a!1nine.
N. h.-Dlr3-. maIni::g c: ried on ini all its
April 11, 1819. 21 3
New Spring & Summer Goods,
'Thec suibscriberis have just receivedh and
are now openiing ii bauti f'ul and31 well si,.
lected aiss'irtmenth of Goodi s, su itablie fbir
th Iseason~ii. A imonig thiir rieb seh-etion
wilhl be F 'un h,1lErnge, Muslins. G in.
hiami s an0 ( veryW vaiet ofIV Calicow.
Alsio, for ( ent leEn's wr ar3il Linen(1 drit's.
l.riab di'EIte's, am11 Co'ttonade3Is. A 1genera:l
aisortmemil, Cotton G oodfs, such-l as lhro3 .n,
lileacEd:u and14 color'd Ellom1033spuns Chl eks'.,
lie'd TIiehing~ 2S and3 3i inesi-: Cmt ightl
O'.nahurIgs, Crock.'rv, Ill rdwae Shm: ,,
hants, &c.L., &(., ait Chial.:ston pric4s
CLA iU &.5 I',WI~S.
A pril I1 '21 i
llhunawny or sto'en-m 10.1n ilhe. sub-3ci..-r nul i1.
formlerly wentl byl the hnImE- ' EI-N l'V. lIf.
i-i aboutX~ 33) yEmus~ 4,1 five' lee a o.I iinch'.: b i
teeh 33unch] rotteun, aw3l3 has, i, ii .w I -i-; whi i
en11,liedb name33 wonbt~ i .33n. r 'gn- k i h 33 w e
exp3Jres-ing hlimslo-I "io,.3k :l) ; his 1:.3 a s w
v-Ery IEow En his~ orehei-i. 1 wv ji I:n I, ithe bv
thE re ward4 if 14 h 34 Is lodi-d ini 3Eov .1,33 u.3 his 1.
Iliili of the Sht'; Er n3::l (3 a v Ii . h ' . -e .
il .stillri int proolf canI he. ha : i*o c..nv e I, h a
iidtil Ef th3Eft, al~ will :: i na :,' re .. td of .3
il Ilodged~ 1 illa y .13,1i3 1i13 En' iher .i ..te.
Salemn, Sliotler 1) si. s. ('. .A pii i I, is 51.
and1 CourE3-r, Chatle1 w,.. wdl g::ve th' above33 :
w3'",I-kly isertiuons anld forward the: r 111 3b it h
Eflice. 9.1 .&
The regular Weekly i
sion will b held -on Wedneddy vuda
ioxt, at their H1all at 8 o'clock.
W. F. R. HAYNS OiHR
Sumterville, S. C.
02 Ue Itatils asd Passeng -
Trains on tMe S. C. Bail-Road.
On and after Wednesday, the 4th of April,
tle Passenger Train will leave Columbia at
0 o'clock, A. M.
ON MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and
FRIDAYS, an Accommodation Train will
leave the Junct ion at 7 o'clock and 40 min.
utes and arrive at Cainden at 10 o'clock
anl 10 minutes; Returning, will leavo Cam
den at '2 o'clock, and arrive at the Juac
tion at 5 o'clock. . -
ON TUESDAYS, TIIURSDAYS and
SATURDAYS, the Accontodation Train
will run to Columbia, leaving the Junction
at 7o'clock and 30 ninutes, will arrive at
Columbia at 9 o'clock and 20 mninutes;and
returning will leave Columbia at 3 o'clock,
arrive at .1unction at 5 o'clock.
ON TUESDAYS, TIIURSDAYS, and
SAT U RDA YS, a Passenger may leave Ci
den at 5 A Ml, and arrive at Columbia at
9 A. Al., and may leave Columbi-t at 3 1.
21., and arrive at Caniden at 8 P. .
CEO. S. TIACKER.
Agent Transportation S. C. . I.
April 11 24 ot
MISS :AllAII S. BROOM respectfully an
nounces to tlhe citizens of Kingutree and vi
cinity, thatslie will open a School for the re
ccptfon of scholars, on Monday, the 10th of
Apri. F* or teri , &c. apply at the Academy.
1 pr.) , 18101. 24 3t
IIEPROVED COTTON GINS,
'T-bankiul f.r past favours, thie sub'.riber
w: .<:s-uto n: the public that he still
Manvfactuirc. COTTON GINS at his Es
talishme:it in Staitcshurg an th most im
prove.1 al n.pproved plan, of the nost airn
1):(% co strouction of the finest finish, and of
the iest in:trilr, to wit, Nicel Saros and
S uited ribs care hardene:d, in which he
will sll fir twIo dollars per saw. lie also
repai.. oil (inw, un'l puts them in corn.
;!ote ordeir at the siortest notice. All or
uers for Gins wll be promply and punctu
ally atten~lc:l to.
S t 1h 1 I C .-A i r: 11, 1A9 24 1
By v:rtue of simi ly E.ecutions to tno di
re. - iil be s.d at Sumter Court House,
on the tirst 1.ri:hy ani t iv following in
ly next , wiin legal luinra of sale, to
tlI hh ;;lI!er for Cash. tile following
po-ty. P urchLarers to pay fer Titles.
Onhe 1tract of' 100 acres of land
in Chtrnlon, doi in lands of 1). G. Short
er and Est. of Jos. lorton, levied upon as
the propert. of James Carter, sr., at the suit
of Felder, Briggi s & Co.
Loit aid biuildings thercon in
Santprv;!ie, adjining the City Hlall levied
upon ns Ihe property of A. Arnderson, at the
Suit of* Kisey & De, , .
H A\RVE ' SK1.NNlR, 9. S. D.
'Ir:AT's OWive, 1 601h April, 1819.
Sil iMUF F SALES.
By virt'it, of sandry Exhcutions to nie di.
reeled, will le sold at Sumter Court House,
othe first. Miov'hy and day following in
May ne.t, withain the legal hours of
sale, to, th" ldg~hest bidder, for Cash, the fol
lowingjpersoa''nal Property. Purchasers to
pay for ITils.
fl negoes, levied on as the
propeorty iif A. A nderson, at the suit of 1I. II
Well and W. Rtunsay and II. Ilaynsworth
1 negro, leviedi on as the pro
pcry of Johin W. Brownmfield, at the suit of
1 neg ro, kevied on as the pro
per y of J. .i. tilser, at the suit of Mc~la &
1 eo, levied on1 as thie pro
perly of M. IBrogdonu, at the suit of James D.
6 negr'oes, levied oni as the
perI~y of John a Colclongh, at the suit of F".
Ianneaui, Joihni D. Murrav and TI. L. GJour.
1 negrro, leviedI on as the pro
p"rty o (f .1. II. Colclough,, ~at the suit of 3. S.
1 nieg.ro, levied on as lhe pro
perty of II. P'. 1.it-on, at thme suit of S. May..
rant. 'To be sold act the rick of the form'er
pur' h asier.
I IA RVYIE SKINNElt, s. s. I).
Dry; Gocds in Charleston~
Thor Spriung of 3 819.
E. W'. l.\NCRIOFT,'P invites the attenutionc of
Pliters iandc thir luamilies, who vi at the city to,
IIiis ha now received this Sprig Stockc which
E'ion-ists of ev.-ryV vac iety of Rbich anid Eleg'ant
f, hries. f'r l.:aii's Dre-,-snlh an,
linhi~.,z es Cicatys, A tpcie4..
Shiut w'r 'of very st~s :e. sneht ns, e'lerat Plain
andiu l1,'hrineredi Caniito:I np". (On'hmere,
sewn NeIlZ. k, Mk .\alnl, IUurego anid PlIain
Idneiniic. I)hona..le ca liapers, ILneg i.awnls.
I .iien 't.eiin.'a g4 i 'ca (;od. jn grulht v'aries
li-y w:t-- Good<I. G;cod. for GntI*eImn
wea et , etc
la bi- t0'.1 4 Goon Ro if
'1. g--b-cr. . , o aj..... r..necvd-a nai;
are ar a o s i ii. N. w,ru ( --Ob~ . Wid4
lae t. i-i--nery low tors at r zo ppr
A pril '1 .0
ell t f
AnsgAnnisso t MM tarim
The Subscribene hiavebruwd a Ijhe
ship, under tho.irm'of CirAlitK .&WIE
Their stand is the New '
ted on Broad Street, .OPPpei1retM
Assortmet ofAiRCANDI 14 b-idia
are imvited to call and see.
- JAS. H. _URK,
Sumterville, ApriU 2, ;.. p if
New Goods ied#Lhit
The subscrIters are :ow recejvw prog
New York, alargeniid Nell. Ile5e kg
Dry Goods, viz..: Brown .Shirtinus~
Cloths Browa nd .blIachbe'e c.li Drill
IrisheBrown and Plaid .Lriens44ff.PTrift
Jiarages, Linen.Lustresh l )A wdhit
mushns, Lmen .Ginghamu, B fbgl
Colored and bisek'cotton'd. ooe
and Furniture prints of all 'id
selected stock 'of Hduierf; GoodA k
men's Clothing of vari:ous .kinde B~d
made Clothing of every des~ 'ptian;.Alarg
assortment or Bonnets; Le'r,'. Panari
Palm Leniilats; Boots arid Sbd, addle~
Trunks, Valise Trunks," CarpetE Begs, &c
IIardwvare and Cutlery, Boak: and statione
&c., to be found- at their store, 3dqonzort
of the Court House. Groe rce of o :r
cription to be found atthbir Grolry, ildoc
north of the Courl House. Call inda
selecte J. T. SOLOMONS, & CO .
FRESH AND. SEASONAbL
IREADY MADE 0LO1ht(,
JUST 1R'E VED.
The subscriber has jst opededra Spfan'
assortment of Cloths, CassimerF, Vesting
Drab D' Ete, &c. &c. :I fact every iiarti
in a Gentlenman's. Outt. Also, aainety
iReadymnado sumher/Clothing, all. of .whk
w.ill be solda at small advance for the C
or to punctual customeri-. . I
D. J. WINN
March 28, 1849. 22 . t
n E WN ESO B
The subscriber ldrespectfully infori
their friends, and custoers that thy ain
now recoiying their' WQ
New-York and Cai rleh ton, whah 1ari
sell as low as can ie purdhased in hlkpli
either for cash or. to - approved' custo~ei
All we ask is that you give.:e .a:cl a
examine for your-selves, and we doubtr ,c
that ample satisfaDtion will begiven.
Sumtorville, 28 Feb., 1849. 18. t
N EW G 0 0DI8
The subscribers ho e tul r
and received a GENERfAL STOK 0
GOODS, consisting of Drey Qoolla;Grodefice
Hard Warie and Cutlers -thap , 8die
Fashionable Bonnets &c, &c. AUl ofrwhic
will he off'ered very io afor asd r. i.po
the usual .credit to.punctpval eustomdr.
Those of our custtyoerivd6.tdd td pre
vius tofirst January last, ,will do u gno
kindness by settloing up old acunter-as
ROGERS & SPENCER.
Bishopville 5th March, 1849. 20 tf
Night School for Wrting,.
The undersigned purposqsopeulin a Nig
School for the reception of: these, wh desnx
to write a Bold, Free a'nd.Expeditieus Hlani
The Course of Instructionswill coiist-of A
lessons. An. opportunity is now ' oibre
where the useful and elegant att of CHIRC
GRAPIIY, may be acquired at the moderat
charge of Eight Dollarsafor the whole iuorst
A pplications must be rmade immediately to
ALBERT 11 GRAW
M~irch 28, . 22 8&
The Stage will run daily from Sumterylil
to the Claremont Ddpot on and-aftbr 'tlid la
of March, and will leave at 3 o'cloel&in th
morning, retting-out on its return, on the aa
rival of the cars in theafenofrmt
P. M. BUTLERL.
Sumterville,28th Fob. 1849. 18 Gm
5th Regiment 3d Brigade o
A COURT MARTIAL will be. held o
the first W E[DNESDAY in May, in Camde:
at 12 o'clock, to try all defaulters at Encam;
moint on the 12th, 13th and 14th Decembe
last, and also defaulters at Court Martial oi
'Ict ed~ to lbe held in Camden on the first-Mot
day mn March. The Court to consist of th
LUnt. Col. Tnos. DAris, President; Car
tains .JAS. WV. ADAMS, A. R, TAYL~OR, D I
l'muny, W. A. Asouwdii T. C (IsenI~m
susN; LGeurs. JAs Aua~%, J. T. tuA)Dwm.,
C. ZW.ca cs r, Tinos J0u:4, . P. Lomaz~, an
us and KaNNaov; Conb z
Tue .ptains will. ly've the defanite'94i
,-ivo Companie wdiVifto atteit
Dy order of Col. ANCRUM, R
Mwrh 28. .. & 6
A fine assortment of Ready Made Cl
w.i tJtSbdts Drawers'Cravatb Oldvek'rd
Paima Leghorn and Pahnleaf
broad brim fur do., ve-j lo* for Cs
Jane WflVjam Owd k-o- w- , A
o144iv t t(Jaey.
' of the~~m tteo.ithue~eos
" do rbfu z' 2h aTfn.fot
ed Exa rfrte~he W. Wthjp.d 4p LJdn; vdit,
othere ol wie otredeated oale~Ioja.
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gaei' oT 11eed hi~~g~ a :Clsar
thai ree 82~u~lUA3f &
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year of0e.1MeA o~Qio
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