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I a theatroofartilial
wrought incidentj I4
Can familiarity wtt
have any on the 0
that of loweringh'h i
-.iudgmenty nAamighilssiun,; uhl
him to odntify chlerh
carious and delusery
of a passing existence, and lead ing him
P on, throtghatoild weaan e s, to faded
jnysrdsppo~rIh hop l~t hh~idvreIh
T hese are some of the evlis atter!
fn pd e 0, i d t p
sure, the indulgence of a gratification,
which, hasproved -rUinous to-1houbands.
Let the'youth, who may read their ar.
licles; seriously ponder thoconhideration
they contain; and as.):i values v"
peace, and character;Alet him shun, as-he
vwould the serpent's eom, he pernicious.
infuence of novels.
News; -by the MaI8,
The' itizens of Portland, by a vote of
610 fo65 .iee tiedidet to sell dtiter ex.
chhnkg Building'tos Ihir United-TStatcs
Governnnt for a ntom hide.
Sartherfatihe writes, now,. to .7x.
Mayor Brady, that 6ie has engaged pgs.
sage n the packet ship Ashburton, and
wal) Ie~veLverpool for Neiv-York, this
day,r tle 21stvof Mdv
The Albany Puirgoesses corps, have
oftredtheirservices to Gen.- Taylor rs a
guardof hon or, at the state fair in Sp tem.
*berfljchieh. sprvices he has accepted.
'Leopold DeMcyer, "the hon pianist,,"
the.Philadelphia North Americans learns
will soon revisit'this country.
The Grand jury at Bo.ston on Monday,
returned one hundred and six indictments
-a number there unparallelled.
Mr. Maeren'dy, it is said, will join the
steamer Hibernia al Halifux, and proceed
in her to,.Englplid.
GREAT MORTALITY.-A friend, who
arrived lust evening from Thibodaux, in.
forms us that on the platitation of Mr.
Hipp, near Thibodaux,' there were 56
-deaths'arnong thennegrocs within the four
-days previous to Suturrdav last, of a dis.
-case resembling cholera. * As the great
mortality is. confined to that plantation, it
is fuir to presume there must bo some
purely local cause. The white popula.
lion are almost entirely exempt from the
disease. The health of Thibolaux is rp -
resented as being very good.-'. 0.
Crescent, May 1.5.
OEATH OF DANIEL MARB.E.-A tele.
graphic despatch dated Louisville, this
morning, has been received by V. War
Ten, Esq., comedian, of the Boa:on Mus,.
um, announcing the death by cholera of
the well known. personator of Yanken
characters, Daniel Marble. Mr. Warren
was brother in law. of the decnsed, and
the despatch, was a summons fbr him to
-come to Louisnille in consequece of Mr.
The value otMolintes entered for Ware.
housing at the Now.York Custom House
on Wednesday amounted to 89,316; su.
THREATENE~D RIOT IN CENC[NNAT.
The Board of Ihcalth'having establishe~d
a hospiital for the reception of cholera pa.
tm nts, the people in the vicinity threaten.
opull it dowai. A strong isolice force
wa ent to gurit.
.A GOOD NAME-The Louisville Jour- I
nol says that Col. Warren, the assistanit
Postmaster General, has lost his property,
but not is good name. True: Warren is
ni good name. One of that name lost his
. life on Bunker Hlill, but not his good name.
LANDING OP THE Par~nnzxis.--The land. I
ing of the Pilg rims, at St. Mary's, on the:
27th of March, 1634, wvas cel'ebrated at
that place recently, by a number of Cath.
olic clergy, the YoIImg Catholic Friend's
'Society and others, wvith many inmvite'd
guests. A t St. Inegoes, the company' sa w
ihe house occupied 'uy Fathor Carberry or
the Order. of Jesuits, which is .nt least.
2000 years old, and built of English mate
rial; also, three cannon, which were
-brought to thgis country by Lord Baldtimore.
SOCrALISTs AT Ngvvoo.-The walls.
of the Nauvoo Temple have been pur.
-chased by Mons Cuabot; for the tuse of his
association of French Communists. Heu
faid $3000, and the citizens $1000,
fortheo Tremple urnd A rsenal.
Scalded Internally.-A little daughter
of Mr. Joseph Woolley, at Britlgeport,
Conn., was killed on. Tuesday evening,
by putting her mouth to the spout of a
tea.kettlo which was boiling on the stove
-and inhaling a draught of the steam.
Dr. Kidd, of Limerick, speaking of
the cholera, says he has tried ev~ery thing,
but has-fallen back upon camphor. The
carnphpr segars,' a late invention in Par.
is, are quid to be, useful in preventing the
absorption of the choheretie poison into the
STRONG WIND. -A western pa per says
that in the late gale, the birdA were aden
itopping abouts the ground' with all the i
featherd blown. efl'. We haye hemrd of
geled atAea' where it'rcqired 'fotr men
to hoid the@ copain's wvhiskers'on. n a .
Mr. Banoroft our Milnister at the Court
of St. Jam'es hiai bueen ifaying a bie?~ vis
it to Pari*."Mir. Broadhoad acts as Charge
Guano.-'J'bree la rge ships-:.ts from
Patn'gonIa and ono-frotmCalloo, have ar.
yje4!4ho port of Baltimore with -car.
goes of guano, amounting lnathe aggre.
gater to 2140 to'ns, ii n a few *4ys
'Chio Dominilcans' hav'e thrashed the
Hayhlcns thoroughly in three' grand bat.
e u o
*t.ruht tl Citn o
The. Bosion~o,4nal Mayiethat'CatoIn
Sturgi. has succeeded il' raisiin a~Isf..
cient.-sim.ofmrney toi p~y ' the passage.
homne of the two'tiestiinte Chinamen who'
wero brought-to that city in the shipy Co.
Samar.-The- entries of tpace at the
Newv York custom house ant he 17th inst.
amoundto 11028 p3 nostly in sot.
e REMARUBIE.CAsE Or FBOUNDITY.
-Four 0lildren .at a 1rth. -Mrs.
Moore,wifed~bavil M o,' residing
at No.1891WashiingtonMar-ket 1l1ace,
Southwark, (Shipper. street, between
Crab and Fifth, north side,) yesterday
gave birth to four achildren I The .in
rants are al boys,and they are as e
pretty and healthy looking babies'ias
were almost pver-seenM, .Oawns born
:bout1 o'clock A. M , another about
noon, the third about 5 P. Af.,'an the
Fourth about 8 in the eveiang. The
third child was delivered dead; the oth
Bsa alive--8d the latter are s lirVely
and as natural to day as many infants
a month old.--Pladelphia.Blletin
NE WS BY TELEGRAPH
And last -niglats.1Mall.
Mr. MACREADY, the tragedin, and Sir
A LLEN McNAD , the agent of the Canadi.
n Tories, left fr Europe to-day In the
TFhe Burligion (Vt.) WVoollen Manu.
Fturing C aniny have . failed. Their
s~pital stock or two hundred thousand
'ollars is pll absorbed, and their debts are
9posed to amount to as much more.
Advices have been received from Yu.
::atan, which represent that a severe bat.
l haid been fought betwecen the Indians
md the united Spanish and American
roops, at [locator in which the former
vern repulseri, losing three hundred men
killed and wounded.
The stockholders of the Burlington
Woollen Manufacturing Company, whose
niure I annonnced to-you yesterday, are
Mible for its debts, and are able to pay.
Therm was a fire a Chicago this morn.
tg. which destroyied the printing ofice of
he Tribune, the atie House, and -v.v
)ral other m uildings
BALTIMORE, May 25.
e have ndvices from St. Louisof this
no rning. A etive operatioins have already
:ommencNd for the rebuilding of the burnt
listrict, nd the most cheerful and eneour.
iging spirit is every where apparent.
Fuhe watchman of the steamer White
lodar, in which the fire originated, hrs
>en a rrested upon the charge of incendi.
irism. There was one hundred and thir.
y deaths by cholera in St. Louis during
he past wnek. One party of twenty.
ight persons bound to California lost
wenty of their number by cholera near
There was a fire in Washington city
Ills morning, nd five houses on the Ave.
ue, between Thirteendth and Fourteenth
;trcee, were destroyed.
Arrival of tle Caledonia.
SEVEN DAYS LATER.
A despatcB just received, dated Balti.
nore, 25th, announces the arrival of the
teame'r Caledonia, with dates to the 12th
The market has been very steady dur.
ng the past weekc. Immediately aller
he receipt of the mails hy the steamer
Iermann, holders became firmer, and
imerican descriptions advanced an 1.8 1.
Sugars also nidvanced.
An increasing quantity offered yestor.
lay, and the quotations of the brokers, at
heir meeting, were declared to be the
lame as Itast wveek: Fair Uplands and
VIohihes 4 3.8. and Fair Orleans 4 8.4.
Sales of the week amounted to 42,600
>ales. Imports 20,000 bales. Small
mlports, owing to unfavorable winds.
Theli London Corn market was heavy.
A merican Flour, 20s. Od. Indian Corn
vhs improving in demand, and at better
>rices ei-rly last weoek, but the advance
v.as lost during the post fewv days.
QUOTA4TONs.-Fromn 31s to 38s Od for
vhite, and 34s foir yellow, with moderate
lemand. Lard has been in fair dhemand
barotughout the week. Sales over 100
ons, at 88s to 84s.
Bacon, on account of the large amount
irought forward declined 2s per ewt.
Iams unsaleable; twventy-eight shillings
accepted for one hund red tons. Cheese
n good demand. Beef unchanged. A
imited business doing in Pork.
T[he money market is easy, but in con.
egvence of~ the threatening aspect of af.
iiirs in France and Italy publieszecurities
It. is rumered that the Itomnans hlive de.
eated the French army.
CINCINNATI, MAY 23.
There wecre seventeen cases of cholera
0Iru grit and late of the
~Palmetto Reetument, to Mis OldrgA N,
daughterref Calt l:W!n~ Wheelef oft Sate
i T~EMi 6 ~io K~bWto
at_ r -
OR It' tua -A
Departed thlsife h tinntito. iSu Etr
sA31-rn Sao x wife lf Mr. A. Drown inear
e 57years. The deaessed had
bein *a* a'eptibleiid worthy membet of the
M.#&iJCboh~fa -th. last fdity years; hei loss
iskeetly felt not only' by her bereaved family,
biat also by th, whole circle of her acquaintance.
Bhleg ealled lothe inerMni of lfe by thevoice
of her creator, from' the vanities of -caith, and
infuenees d by the Pa1ic roligion or Jesus, it is
not a marvel that she exhibited i'all . hi forty
years PlgrMage throughiout the variont rela
tions of life the pority and eicellencies of thut
Heavep burn religrok. Thus she fired, and thus
she died with -a hope full of immorfallty
peaned by the song of Angels, she journies be
yond the stars.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
The subscriber having just roturned from
Charleston with an assortment of BOOTS,
SHOES,Ladies' and Misses' SLIPPERS,
TIES and GAITERS, of every kind what
ever,tofiers theth to th6 public on better terms,
for Cash, thati can be had o!esewhcro, and so
licits an early call at one door east of Millet
& Bossards Drug Store. . Also, the New and
Fashionable nlipFer for Ladies called TAY.
May30, 1840. 31 if
A lue EfUGAR.S, North Carolina
BACON. FO R,. and other Groceries.
BROWN, LEE & CO.
29 May, 1840. 30 2t
From Paris, and lately from Charleston, S.
C., respectfully informs the Ladies and Gen
tlemen of this place, that he will give two
at the TOWN HA LL, on Thursday and Fri
day evenings, 31st May and 1st June.
Misses OCTAVIA and AMELIA will ap
pear in twelve beautiful and excessively dif
flcult FA-;cy DANCES, some being -fanny
Ellsler's. Persons wishing to see what is
Opera Dancing, will have an opportunity of
doig so; for Miss OCTAVIA though young,
has danced in the principal Theatres in the
Union, and is acknowledged the best Dancer
in America under 20 years; No doubt you
will be astonished at the Dancing of Miss
Amelia, who is but 8 years old, and will say
that you could not believe it, had you not
seen it. All Dances in Character.
0T Tickets 50 Cents Children 25 cents.
To be had China's Hotel, and at the door.
Doors open at half past 7 o'clock, to begin at
. B. When the above Fancy Dancy Dan
ces are over there will be general Dancing
for ar. hour, for the gratification of the com
pany, should they like to do so.
or particulars, see SMALL BILLS.
May 30. 31 it
JOSEPH FR EY from Charleston, respect
fully announces to the ladies and gentlemen
of Sumterille and vicinity, that he is NOW
HE RE, and that he will visit Sumterville at
least TWICE a YEAR, for the purpose of
Tuning and Repairing Pianos, Organs, Harps,
&c, &c. -
112" Orders left at China's Hotel will be
promptly attended to. Whenever there are
Orders left as above sufficient to justify him
in cMyn3r he ill do so promptly. i
Bradfbrd Springs Female
Notice is hereb given to the Stockholders
of th# Bradfodprings Female Institute
Company, that the frst mnstalment of twenty
five dollars on each share, will be required to
be paid as follows-one-half thereof (#12.50)
on or before the first of July next, and1 '.!
other half thereof, (?!i.50,) on or bofore the
first of November next.
By order of the Piesident of the Company
and Board of Trusteos,
D. B. McL AURIN,
Sunmterville, May 10, 1840. 30 Ot
The subscriber will remain but one wecek
week longer; those wishing pictures of them
selves or families will do we]ll to call soon.
The best hours from 8 A. M. until 2 P. M.
Room in the Court House.
J. J. CRYGIER.
(May 30 30 it
Dancing in Eighteen Le'ssons,
Mr. A. BERGER respectfully informs the
citizens of Sumnterville, that purposes opening
a DANCING ACADEMY at their village
and teach there 3 times a week, (should a
sufficient number of pupils be obtained.) Hie
will instruct his pupils in Quadrilles, Cotil.
ions, Waltz,/Polka, Mazurka, and in every
kind of FancyD ances, such as, Smolonska,
Cracovionno, Gitaqa, Cachucha, H ornpipe,
Cossack, Varsovienne, Shawl Dances, Polac
ca, etc, etc. Mr.' B. is a native of France,
but~has resided in Charleston, S. C. for the
last eig~ht years, where he has taught Dan
cing with the greatest success in the first
famdlies and Academies,-from which, ho has
good testimonals which he will be happy to
show to persons wishing to patronize him.- I
Hie will also teach Cotufions or Quadrillos in<
18 lessons (which takes generally, at least
two quarters to be learned) and should any
one attending tho 18 lessons be uflable tot
danieo well no payment iill be required from
A subscription list la nlow open gt the
May 28. 1849. 80 tf
W. ter. G H BW
TIhe subscriber respectfully f ro.
Ihat he ha established himsel
mmd.1anoe prelmareditp eU(det ~ 'I~
mnaybe eutruuted-to.hislo ~ di
lispagh, Ato wit:-akl; kal
Chuaira, Loumnss (o evy. 'Isd ~ )
nisses mae dind fit v
-F BUMTER J
Attorney at RV
May 16, 1849. 29
The subscribers respectfully infonmf
Public that there Milt is now in operition fc
sawing Lumber and grinding Cord.
They.possess facilities for furnishing prim
Lumber and at short notice, and will enmosu
vor to make it tend to the .interestYp.
community to send tdiem . "a. ioet die:
T. J. COGHLAN, &- CO.
May 16, 1849. . . 9
To the Jail of Sumter District, on the 7t
nst. a runaway, who sias 1ima nam'ne is'Ftink
lin, and that lie belongs to Mr. Spivy of Pul
lam county, Georgia. Ile is about 19 ar
Af age, 5 feet, 7 or 8 inches iigl, f fac
itd black. The owner is requested'to coni
brward, prove property, pay expenses en
ake said negro from Jail. .
H S. EVE LEIGH, Jailor.
16th May 1849. 29. tf
More New Gdods Recelve
The sidscribers have received another )<
if Spring Goods. They have a 'reatvariet
af L-idies' Dress Goods, coniatidg (viz.)<
.nbridered Muslins, embossed do. dotted di
iprig do. col'd. do., Lawns, Cambrics, Muslin
3inghamP, col'd Gin has, mourning do. &4
A variety of Linen rills, Vesting, Ready
nade Clothing, Panama and Leghorn Hatm
,alifornia Hatse, &c.
Also to be found at their Grocery, fres
No. 1, Mackerel, dried Herrins, N. C. an
.ountry Bacon and Lard, stiperior N. 0. He
asses, &c. J. T. SOLOMONS & CO.
By virtue of sundry Executions to me di
ected, will be .sold at.Sumter Court-House
m1 the first Bibnday and day following. i
lune next, within legal hours of sal, t
lhe highest bidder for Cash. the followin
>roperty. Purchasers to pay' fer Titles.
One traict of 200 acres of-lani
nore oi less in Clatendon, adjoining lands'
3. McFaddin and otherv, levied upon as thi
)roperty of A. Ml. White, at the suit of C. D
Lot and buildings thereon ii
Sumtervi lle, adjoining lots of J. J. Miller ani
k. E. Pool, levied upon as the property <
R. F. Ligon, at the suit of S. Mayrant.
I lot in Sumtervile, adjoinin
lands of Mrs. Haynsworthm, Deachampa an
Blmoad street, levied upon as the property <
I'yre J. Dinkins, at the suit of Damiel Mtille
One tract of 100 acres of lan<
nore or less in Clarendon, adjoining lantis<
D. G. Shorter and Est. of Dd. G. Shorter an
los. Horton, levied upon as the property <
Fames Carter, sr., at thme suit of Feldei
Briggs & Co.
H ARVEY SKINNER, S. S. D.
Sheriff 's Office, 11th May, 1849.
By virtue of sundry Executions to mte d
-ected, will be sold at Sumter Court Housi
mn the first Monday and day followingi
lune next, within thme legal hours c
male, to the highest bidder, for Cash, the fo
owin~g Personal Property. Purjghasers t
tay for Titles.
1 negro, levied on as the pro
>erly of John W. Browiield, at the suit.
i. C. Spain.
HARVEY SKINNER, s. s. D.
May 14, 1819. 29 St
NIew Spring & Summer Goode
The subscribers have just received an
ire now opening a beautiful and wvell si
ected assortment of Goods, 6uitable f
lie season. A mong their rich' selecotio
sill be founz--Harages, Muslins, Gin~
iams and every variety or Calicoei
Also, for Gentlemen's wear Liiieridrilm
Drab d'Ete's, and Cot tonades. 'A genert
issortment, Cotton Goods, such as B rowr
Bleaecd and color'd, Homespuns Checki
B~ed Ticking 28 and 30 inohes; Curtig!
3snabu rgs, Crockery, Hardware, Shom
[lats, &c., &c., at Charleston prices..
CLA RK & LEWIS.
SApril 11 24 if
Ten Dollars Reward,
Ranaway from thme subscriber, an the 261th c
6tarchi last, her' negro manm DA NISLlIeu
ibout five feei, 6 inches high, tolerably stab
mis teeth projects a little inm front, he is vsry blael
bout forty year. old, auppmsed to be hmarbore
ibout Sunmterville. Any perses delivering sal
egro me lime mubsariber, aim har plantatloa,.or I
sumter Jail, will receive thme above reward.,
28th april. 1849 25 'flSR
U1?TERVJLLE, S. CAROLE1IA
The subscriber would respectfully infer:
isi friends and thme public generally that hi
maas opened for their accommodation a Hiou.
>f Entertainment in this placEr. He solicit
share of public patropage, and promises I
pare no paims im order to merit and secur
ho same, Hie wvould furthmer add, that .thm
>cation of his House is such, as entirely sut
ervos bothm business and quiet., A trial Is a
Jan. 8, 1849. 11 tr
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'~MSIC, MUSICAL INWTUMENT
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, onthe t~as Prncpe botIn prhs n
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i Manufactory NewNoik -
Thisexatihe aEid is cglite anr
, on-th'6eah caPrindips boi hnelai ah
. aegiving h16C. gea' an lis
.lections nd epai bmhimat.i tAll at mN1n
Yark rates. tofHeis n gwoffierinstik
hi his i n this ts
it aher h~okb happy q4AVV toseadsin
n *i fr e , - -
wmnon at-sneh pricesasii)naksdin'indifee
ndcnt. for Ouichaesing to- calls'to & makin
their Selections. s , Superior. eortment
Fine Shirts, Wnlas , d14Cqm-L ucr
~~~ Ma2,14. M0 41q
consany od h n ares
Witi AtteNtiOeT, ighieaeino
-gentlemieni c an- depeiid, upon- idinfg -eij
4 at uplied. aimmediately' All!: rnts
warranted to fit ie, ando ie -a actionji
clothing, linei o aahs~~aiiheu
-where hs *ouldb,b, happy to see'.and .serve
GEO. -A. NHV,
.Succestor to Houston& Hyde.
Charleston. Me 23,149. 30 .y
kreNdie, W ineis, agLiq Mur
Strobaiet, Char lpes.
F Eh~sor evera Sye uc as8eegntP.i
Panterodterd aities Cwho 'asmeretyt
. Hoera, nwht reoovds Gos -f'gock hictme
Ia fabic foAai L rsOsch.
b ie, round siulkcoplt GigaaPrint I! .sj
th .lhadinogee S tyl~mte, suc -s, can Pa
and Embrodertyioled Cantion ae Cash.mere
I. SewVing S lSl uln eead PlaEtc i
LjadtPies Dalwask Dtaler Loea La'8ns
Linn Seeing ndet Lia sos inSea var
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PInesro hi-'Msic OD~hs srie ROOMSar
be ouai nd usua compet assotrtmen da
the Mr.ading Spyssies fthir Gost'et
r facry dpteseo~ aregarn anil. family a
nf cnfidearloritunlattoeton tohe ddeel
5ad to he cro alwr. P.ZoIgWEurT O Kin
5 tret (2aluton E8. Canso
Apra 3849 24 -t
PrfeY ofEE Mu ,hi sIVERvie-fh
oratrdIne of Kigan oitafy.3res
&c M Ir ESTposese of.hmot.' i
Tactoryteimotat egding the bis an
of chractr. Cfor eunycati able cdmb.
adcovee to the Taeoi r vellogbam C01 ingO
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