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M R- CARLT9M ....
Mr. Welton has niw reaoe f, not
having yi panet roted thtrat:AmioE matrl5 0
in borinwhich ho has now for one time
been engaged. gg g *g
ARRESTING P sICIAN.---Wafigpn
have been issued at- Cinoinnatljbp 0,. ar.
rest oiedi al IQ ar
ed wit!' :he nen.onmpliano ap rd9.
ance requiring every phjslim'o 'eort
the number of cases of spasmodi c olera
or anymah iant or,unusual disease, ov
eur0thejlits or;v yf-the
city, that come under their treatment.
The:business ai the Welland -Canal is
increasing. The number of vessels pas
sing through this work uli to the ld April
is 190, against last year.
GUARD AGAINST PaREATUtR BURIAL.
A Inarned Belgian, M. Mainpe, has re
cently discovered a very simplo moans of
distinguishing between rea and apparent
death. It consists in creating. i siall
bourn; ifthere is lire, .. blier is always
formed even in tie absence of apparent
insensibilitv. If death has already inter.
vened, nothing of the kind occurs.
It isiMidsth maale sugar orop ot'Ver.
mont this spting is unonimobnly firge,
andt hat the amount of maple sugar made
in the Northern States this. year will ex.
ceed the product of the cane ofthe South.
ern States. Caleb Aldrich, of Sutton,
Vt., lies made 6000 pounds from 1700
The Religious Anniversaries common.
ed in Boston on Monday last, with the Bi.
ble Society. The attendance was large,
but four-fiflha of those present were la.
At the Polytechnic Institution in rLon.
don, is exhibited one pound of glass, spun
by steam into four thousand miles, and
woven with silk into beautiful dresses and
?!'he Small Pox exists to an alarming
degree in and about Greenshorough in N.
Anne.raion.-A paper is about to be
started in Montreal, for the advocacy of
annexation to tihe United States.
Late from Buenos Ayre.--Capt. Beau.
vais, of the barque Mary and Martia; ar
rived at New-York, fron Buenos Ayres
state that the blockade had been raised,
but the Argentine government would not
allow Englishl or French vessels to enter
The war steamer United States, sailed
from Nov.York for England, on Tuesday
last, on -her way to Germany. GuG'.L,
the celebrated musician, with a remnant
of his band, went out in her.
For California-T ho J. Walls, Jr.
sailed from Now.Iaven 28th ult.. under
the command of Capt. J. Sandford, with
tie Brothers Mining and Trading Compa.
ny and Williams & Stanley's Company
bound for California. A large number
of people assembled on the wharf, to
0 witness her departure.
-Fire.-The large frame building a lit.
tlie North Of time Rail Road Depot Wit
mington, N. C. built for and used as a
Lampblack Factory, took fire on or near
the roof (howlis not known) on Saturday
morning, and was entirely destroyed, to.
gethmer wvill'all tihe apparatus used in time
apanufacturing process, and about 100
barrels of Lampblack. Tme loss is esti.
4ed at 83000.- Wil. papers 20th inat.
'emcrarkabie Voy.age.-The brig Rat.
tier, Moseley, arrive at Salem on Friday
last, from Para, having completed the
entire voyage in forty-nine days-the
shortest ever made between the two ports.
Thle Rattler sailed from Salem A pril 0,
and arrived at Para, on tihe 26th. Sailed
from Para May 6th-river 8th-and ar.
rived in Salem May 23th--havinmg been
absent just seven weeki-Salem Reg.
The: body of Dr. Silas Holmes, of the
U. S. Navy, dIrowned a fewv days since
in.Mobile Bay by the upsetting of a boat,
wvas recovered on yesterday morning and
interred in time afternoon. His remains
weore escorted to the grave by detachments
of the Cadets and Fusiliers of the First
Volunteer Regiment, and a detachment
from the U- S. Exploring Squadron, un.
dler command of' Major RL. W.- Smith.
The City Authorities also accompanied
the escort.-Mobile Advertiser, 205th ult.
THE GoLD DOLLa.-The following polit
ical discription of this new coin, appeared in
the N. Y. Tribune and bears the impress of
a Dana or a Talron its visage:-It has
come at Jastt Adams & Co.'s express brought
yesterday from Philadelphia several of te
littering diminutive gold drops, and through
tis source we are indebted for a sight of it.
In size it is somewhat larger than a Tuscan
quattrino, (one-sixth of a cent,) which you
never find agin after you drop It into your
pcet, but mtis considerably smaller than a
halfinne, heretofore the sm:llest of all Am
erican coinage. The dies are exquIsitely cut,
which accounts for the length of time in pr.
paring them.. Thesdollar is undoubtedlyte
neatest,- tiniesteligtest coin In this courtry,
if not--value considered-In any other. There
is no "hard money" fooling about It. It is too
delicate and beautiful to pay out for potatoes
and .aurkraut'and salt pork. Oberon might.
have paid Pack with It for bridgin the blos.
seom which bewitched Titania. Ldies might
wear one pndant in eachm ear, 6f a nuniber ot
them as a bandeau, like the women of the
Greek Archipelago. Trho'only objection they
could have weuld be that rival belles could
tell the exact value of their prure. The
principal convenience of the goddollar In Its
adaptation for making small remittances by
letter. In this respect it will no doubt have
a wide circulation. Its appearance strength.
erts our original notion that the little* doltar
will prove at get favorite. In spite of the
' btWe alt hve a weakness for the "shin.
,droeu," wvhilo' very few are able to int.
ut vgt It otherwie thdAf Iomeopthically.
Tnae gold'dolla~,rel fqnedts a universal
wan1t, anid 'dilt i b e y welcome.
h re_ Irr. reon, iJ~a jq
prerpees ror ido to
Alere than upon the ields of old Berke
)py.eason to oongratu ate themselves."
"jelgig g Ult.
dhg. agricultural wealth of Ohio Is
,trikhglag xeroplinfed In the.,, awte1lgcifor
lhe -year 41848,"presenhedsin'the report bf
he Board ofEAgrilture.; rThe .Cinlei
tati Atlas estimates the wheato ropof that
Veer, from the'dutathu rn inlshd, t25
[100,000 bh. Eigfgerui c'nts onI,
rioti noittaing gierid 4ieqrt ~ enat
growng.Con ftwapaI u estpwards of
,000,0bu.tis of corn a
are not: full, but in ten cointies only,
where there-are rreturfik,the 1iproduct is
astimanted at 12,000,000 budh: In tile whole
slto It i iupposed'to' be 76.,000,000 hu.
Of wool, the Atlas esmibintes that 8,000,000
lbs., ore shared in 1848-2,0,000' in
oleven-couunties., This produdtiveness is
searely excelled by the gold bearing soil
f Californe'.6:O ,.
ARdigios, Fish.-A tihoi n go,
mine host, 8tewart, of the>Denton Hotel,
purchased a ro6k fish welghin'bout six.
ty pounds. Upon. opening.it he found in
it a certificate of membership of tIo. M.
E. Church, which we read as follows:
METHODIST E. - CHUR
FOUNDED A. D, -1784.
QUARTERLY TICKET 18
Our light affliction, which -is but for a
moment, watketh f'r-us W faygfew deed. I
ing and eternalweight of glory 2Cor.
0 what are all my iufferings here
If Lord thou count me meet,
With that unraptured host t' appear z
And worship at thy feet.
The paper was of course iII a crumbled
and wet condition,' but upon exp6sing it to
's sun, and ironing the skipks,p ,pit
it became quite legible.
[Denton (Md.) Journal.
MAIRRIED-At Winnsboro', on Tuesday,
24th inst., by the Rev.'Mr. Fraser, Col. LIAS
EARLE of GreenVille, to Miss MAny L.CLOUD,
daughter of Dr. Wm. Cloud, of Chester Dio.. J
In Jefferson county, Va.,nn the 20th March,
Mr. Jon; Lori aged eighty.five years to Mis
CATH!AaINE LAGkNT, aged seventy-five years
and six months, after a ;courtship of. forty
DIED--At her residence, in Sumter Dis
trict, on the 25th inst. Mrs. WINIFRED WIrN
GATE, in the 58th year of her age. She was
exemplary in all the .relstions of life, and
died in the full 'hope-of a-joyful resurrection,
in Christ her redeemer.
The exercises of this Seminary will com.
mence on the frst Monday in July next,
under the direction of Rev. Enwi1 CATER
as Principal; and of Mrs. H UBthli. and Miss
SrAss, as Asistants. Full particulars given
Lots fbr Bale at the Springs.
The Bradford Springs Institute Company
own a tract of about 1200) acres land, includ
ing near l100 springs, many of theta very bold,
and all of them aflrding the purest and most|
wholesome water to be found any whore in theI
The Company proposes to sell about 500
acres in lots of from to W0 acres, at fair and
moderate prices, to such persons as would
conduce to society and the interests of the
The Bwings have long been kinown as a
safe and peasant summer residence, and
needs no t'rther description--.Persons wish
ing to purchase summer lots, will please ap
ply to the subscriber or either of the Ttrustees
of the Institute.
D. B. McLAURIN,
Sec't. 4-. Trreaa'.
June 6, 1840. 32 4t
All persons having goods shipped to Mid
dleton .Depot, wvill be charsjed Storage on the
same, (in case they remain in D~epot over
seven days after the date of their arrwval) and
in every such instance wvill 'the storage be
required to be paid before the goods are
B. F. WILSON, Agent.
Middleton Depot, H. C. R. R.
June 6 32 it
The subscriber keeps constantly on hand,
a full supply of Train Oil of godqunlity
which he offers for sale by the gallon or
quantity at reduced prices.
Z.J. DEH AY. -
Nearly Opoite Mlasonic Hall.
Camden June 1st, 187. 32 t(
For Diseased Horses,
WARRENTED TO CURE, Lameness,
Spavin, Big Jaw, Founder, S prains and
Strains, Sints, Wind. Galls, Rin Bone,
string Halt, Trush, Poll Evil, oate., &.
Hlaving been appointed Agent for the above,
[ would call the attention of Farmers and]
fealers in Horses to the importance of hay..
ng it alwvays at hand.
Ne.aJ. DEH AY.
Neary Oposte'Masonic IfalL
Camden June 1st, 1(840. 32 if
SPRIlNG AND BUMMER
Towinsend's Ska~rla, '~ra
parilla Pills, Gordons, Spencer's, Brandreths'
W.rights and Lee's Pills; S1oohe's Embroca- a
ion for.Hooping Cough; lasting' jtyr. N4p
which. may bo ifresaad n
Nearly Opposite Masonic HalL.
Camiden June jst I849. 32 t
S48, ~.IURS jA an
6 days he:will 4utcher:
pi. are fonaind fiveE entstif1Beef Is
sken'srularlyound-.a-if tehoije -)lfesa eye
it w 6 lue iseiglt cnts.
e ineaed in o a h- ii l
m hth.abe einfeitd tA
'the ftdloWIni'ge tlemen, naimel. AWhite
nd and F. Myers are hireby appointed to
ikei posgession aW "jhe cavalry' Swords,
aIY comnie.rua tieir .N6tice, and to
lal on for them.': All members
h .odzed to deliver. their Weapons.
e- , L. P.LORING, Capt.
June 14. I f
CALL AT THE
Fisher; & Hoxie
Receive weekly by steamers fjom
Additions to their extensive assortment of
Dry Goo ds,
md are always preparcd to furnial the latest
5tyles at satisfactory prices.
Columbia, June 0, 32 3t
Bradford Springs Female
Noticeis hereby given to the Stockholders
if the Bradford Springs Female Institute
,ompany, that the rst mnutelment of twenty
ive dollars on each share, wi'I be requirel to
se paid as iollows-one-half thereof ($12.50)
in or before the first cf July next, and the
ither half thereof, (12.50,) on or before the
irst'of November next.
By order of the Piesident of the Company
Lnd Board of Trustecs,
D. B. McLAURIN,
Sumterville, May 19. 1849. 30 6t
New Boot and Shoe Store.
-The subscriber having just returned from
.harleston with an assortment of BOOTS,
SHOES,L-dies' and blisses' SLIPPER$,
VIES and GAITERS, of every kini what
iver, offers them to the public on better terms,
'e Cash, than can be had elsewhere, and so.
icits an early call at one door east of Miller
k. Bossatds Drug Store: Also, the New and
?ashionable' slipper for Ladics calcd TAY
May 20, 1849. 31 tf
Danoing in Eighteen Lessons
Mr. A. BERGER respectfully informs the
:itzens of Sumterville, that purposes opening
r. DANCING ACADEMIY at their village
md teach there 3-times a week, (should a
mufficient number of pupils be obtained.) Ile
vill instruct his pupils in Quadrilles, Cotil.
ons, Valtz, Polka, Mazurka, and in every
cind of FancyD ances, such as, Snolensk',
Dracovienne, Gita'ni, Caclucha, I lornpipc,
Dossack, Varsovienne, Shawl DanceF, Polac.
:a,etc,etc. :r. B. is a native' qf France,
iut has resided in -Charleston, S. (. for the
ast eiglit years, where he has taught Dan.
ing with .the greatest success in the first
"amilies and -Acadernies,-from whch, he has
rood testimnonals which he will be happy te
ilhow to persons wishing to pat ronize him.
lie will also teach Coti lions or Quadrilles ir
L8 lessons (which takes generally, at least
wo quarters to be learned) and shoul any
me attending the 18 lessons be unable te
lance wvell no payment will be requnired froma
A subscription list is . now open at the
May 23, 1840. 30 tf
A flne lot of SUGA RS, North Carolia
BACON. FLOUR, and other Groceries.
BIROWN; LEl & CO.
20 Miay, 1840. 30 2at
Dress Muslins at 12 1-2 cents per
gard. Also a fine assortment of Bar
eges. For sale by
CLARK & LEWIS.
The subscribers have this day associated
hemuselves together for the purpose of carry.
ng on the CABINET and CAlPENTE R'S
Business in all its various branches; and
nope by untiring industry and attention tu
)usmfeSsto merit a share of the patronage ol
heir friends and the public generally.
DAN IEL S. SARGIsNT,
WILLIAM B3. MILLER.
N. 1.-They will keep constantly oni
aand-Fancy and Plain marble top Dress
ng Bureaus, Side-boards, Pine and Mahoga.
ay Wardrobes, high and low post curled
naple Bed-steads, Sofas and Divans, Centre.
ables, Sitting Chairs of every dlescription.
klahogapy Rocking and Nursing Chairs, do
3oston Rokers and Nursing, Pier Trables,
jandle stands, &c. &c. Also, Cotton mat
resses, which they will sell low for Cash 0r
OIr-FURNITURE MADE and REPAIR.
D at the shortest notice.
Mahogany and Plain Coflins
'urnished at the shortest notice.
Just received a splendid assortmeont of
led-steads, Sitting and Nursing Chairs.
________ S. & M.
The subscriber most respectfully informs
he publie generally that lhe hans oponed his
WVR!iT1NG ACADEMY at thme Town Hall,
sumterville, S. C., whore lie wvill be happy to
eceiv? il who are desirous of obtaining this
:sfi~ideean a His mode of instruc
ion is entirely upon a newv and simple plan,
mad will at once convince all, that the most
mbominable scrawl,. can be converted into ani
legant, bold and expeditious hand writing.
.,harer49,fOr, the whole eogaree of 15 les.
ons .Ng e-M'qnday, Tuesday, and Thurs
AprliaJ e 27o o..
,Pu rc ha will 4 at'i I t nrJo t And
r- A. E NT. ol l
Ianufactoryg 11 ans
Af ay.1849. . 80ot
RIUSIC, RIUSiCAL IN$TRUMENTS,
K ug street, Sign f the Lyre, -
Charlegton, S. C..
GRG.4f 8N& GREGG,
mporters oFine- Watches,
uns, Iii try'&Fancy GoodS,
Corner of Kinganid Hasall streets
1. SIDNEY GREGU,.
A. H. HAYDEN,
My 2, 1849. 30 ly
jew & Fashionable Clothing
GEORGE A. HYDE
UCCESson TO HOUSTON & HYDE; 283 M1CG-sT.
OPFosite Metrchants Hotel.
fanufacturcr, Wholesale and Retail Dealer
G. A. i. Respectfully invites the attention
f hi-frd and dpulic to his .large as
oimeirit of Pashionau.W b nd j!iegunt Cleia
ng now on hand, equal in. every- rAspect to
he best custom work, to which-he is weekly
dding large supplies direct from: his own
hfanufactory in New.York.
This Establish'ment is codduci6dentirelf
in the Cash 'Principles' both in piu0hiedh iid
ales; giving Im .rat advantago in his se
ection A15d enab ing bim to tto sell at New
cork rates. He is now offering this stock,
aWhich is not excelled for rarit, style, beau
and durabilij "of. rfolkinanshuip in the
rn ioan, at such prices as.to maksiet an inducez
nont for; purchasingi to call before making
heir selections. . A -uperjor, assortment of
P'ine Shirts,, Cglari',Cravats, Cane..&c,&c.
Withi attentive and opigi salesmen,
rontlemen: can depend .upon having their
Mants supplied immqdiately. . All" garments
yarranted to fit well and give atisfactlon in
very ro;poct. -
11-.J Mr. Jon T. DA'Y, long known in the
:Inohing line is now at this establishment,
viere h would be happy to see and servo
GEO. A., HYDE,
Chnrleston. May 2, 1849. 30 ly
AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN
GIroccrieS, WinoS, and Liquors,
Wo. 189 .Eaau Bay,, 'Corner of Queen
Streete Charleston, S. C.
May 28, 1840.. 30 4t
Dry Goods in Charleston
For Spring of 1849.
E. W.'OANCROF'T, invites the attention or
Planters anmd their famnilies, who visit the city to,
Hie hats now received his Spring Stock which
mu~sis of every variety of'- Rich and Elegant
4lbrics for Ladies Diress-such us,
Silk, Grenaditnes, Tissue Silks, Dsaeges, Muns,
inee, Sewing Silk, Grng~hanus, Prints, Laws,
Bomhbaiines, Chadys, AI'pacae.
bhawvls ofievery Style, such as, eletrant Plain
tad Emubrorderedl Canaton .Crepe, Cashmere,
sewing Salk, Salk Muslin, Diarege and Puin
:silk Shawle.- -
Linens, Damasks, Diapers, Long Lawns,
Linen Sheetings and Linen Gooduin groat varie-.
Ilosiery, white Goods, Goods ror Gentlemens
rear e'tc., etc.
In his DOM ESTlIC GZOODS RlOOMIS, will
e round as usual a coimplete assortment or all
he leading Styles of Domestic tgoods, such .as
ire adapted to servants 'wear and femily use
He confidently invites attention to the Stock
is one of' the.
Largest and snost ExtensIve
in the Sonthern f.ounatry.
nd tke Prices always the LO\VEST POSSI.
253 KIng Stkeot.. Carleston S. C."
Apr'l 1849. . 24 if
MR. II. J. BRISSENDEN, of Charleston,
3roressor of M tisic, ofTo're his services in the
'ormatiort and Instruction of Military Bandit,
~c. Mr. 33. is possessed of the most satis
actory testimonials regarding capability and
haracter. Communications can be address
~d t.0 the care of Mr. F. Zogbaum, 201 King
treet, C.harleston, S. C.
A pril 18. .25 3m
BY STIMRN & DIVVElt.
Cournet' of King and- Society SI M
(IHIA R LES8 TUN, 8. C
This Hotel, situated ins the businesa part
>f the city,. oflers every desirablp cgupfort
md convemienge to the Trrvellipgjornuy~
ithment ii con'ducted atrict *y'I~shper.f
trace principlee. TERMtI ?O RTEi.4
*Or'An Omnmize apd Carriage w~ill'atten'd
lie Stoatuaboat Wharf,,and'also ~o the Rail
tdad Depn for tih aiccdimmdatlon of Pats
.Iteb:214t . 17' ly
nt atr tiorll- a f 8 I in 4k J
Su iaterville,b.Q 10
'fIle subscrib.-r r: pectfp y1orms the pub p
that ho has established h'inlseit In 9uTh:4r1pe
and in now prepared to execute any -orleg -tha
muy be utrusted to his 'are, with: neat6es and
dispatch. to wi:-M nig ami repairing Sof.,
Chairs. Loungds. (of every 'deiripti;a
russes anadd to order, and every'varietyWo Dand
May 23,1849.. 30 Gim
Attorney at a 0
B.R 0 A D S TRgJu
May 16, 1849. 29. tr
The undersignon has just .roceiviqd a full
and general assortm<-nt of New Goods, which
he will sell very low for Cash or good paper.
L U. HANKS.
April 4. -
Twentr Dollars Reward.
Ranaway frolm the subscriber, on the 26th of
Murch la,-t, ier' negro imatn DANIEL fIe i6
about five feel, 6 inches 1high', tolerably sotd;
his teeth projectsa little in frout, ho isvery black,
about forty yeurs old, supposed to be hatbored
alout Suriterville. Any person dalivoing said
nrgro to the subscriber, on her plautation, or in
Sunter Juil, will receive the abtivr reward.
ESTI ilt PERDRI AU.
28th npril. 1849 26 3m' .
SUIR.TERVILLE, S. CAROLINA.
The subscribcr would respectfully inform
his friends and the iublic generally that h
has opened for their accommodation a House
of Entertainment in this place. - He solicits :
a share of public p2tronage, and promises to i
spare no pains in order to merit and secure
the same. ife would further add, that the
ocation of tis House is such, as ont irely sub
serves both business and quiet. - A trio is all
Jan, 8. 1849. 11 tf
AT THE CAMDEN BAZAAR,
M.- DRUCKER & CO., ro.petfully inform
theircustomers in Suinter and the public gen
erally, that they have received a large and
genetral assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods
consisting oft every variety suitable. for the
season, Also, a complete assortment of
Groceries, 1Hardwaro, Cutlery,
Crockery, Boots, Shoes and.
Bonnets, Hats and Caps,
Bagging, Ropo, and
SADDLES, BRIDLES, &C.
And every other article usually kept, in their
lirne of husiness; all of which are offered for
sale at extrenely 1wec prices fiir Cask. Re
membar to call at the
CAMDEN BA ZA AR,
Opposite th'e Camiden Thank, Camden, S. C
South Carolina Rail Road.
On and artler Suniday. the 20th ists, the Pa.'
Isenger and .\laii Tran will lenve tihe Alarv-street
De.po, Charleston, at 10) o'.loc.k A. M1.
WVill leners Hramburg at 5. Camnden 5, nud Co,
hsunbia ti o'elm-k A. 31I., airriving ut Chaarlesson
at I n'elo.ck P. M1. ns hseretorer. Passengsrs
at the "Wuy Stations" will accomnmodate them
seves to then change, nnd make their arrange
ments accordsagly. GEO. S. [IAC~K El,
________________ Agetnt ran'- rtationi.
DRAPR AND TAILOR.
Respectfully informs the public andi his
patrons that i-e has just received a full as
sortiment of' NIEW AND FASH1IONABLE~
S3PR1'( ING OODS, C.lothsa, Cassimneres, Ves
ting, IDrillings, JDrab 1)' etc. etc. etc. A
largo .Assortmrent of Ready Mady Clothing
at prices to suit the Timsc, to which ho
calls the attention of the Residents of the
Ar.so, An assortment of Military Trim.
April 11 24 2m 1
iSouthi CJarolina-Sumter Di1st.
Hlnry Spann, '
Jane WVilliamns and
It appearing to imy satisfaction that Jane
WVillias and Rebecca Jatne Spann and others
Children of Martha Williams and Children
of Charles S. Spann, Defendants in the above
stated case, resale without tihe State of South
Cahrolina. it is therefore erderoed--.that thtey
do appear and ohject to th- ilvision or Sale
of the Rteal Estate of Richard Spann, deceas
ed on or before the 12th daiy of Juine niext,
or there consent will he entered of recordl.
March 12th, 1819. 20 3m
.5000, Spanish, half Spanish and
Amserican Segars and fine Chewing Trobacco,
for Sale by
CLARK &. LEWIS.
May 9 27 ____
IMPROVED COTTON GINS'
Thankful for past favours, the subscriber
wishes to inform the public that he still
Manuineturcs COTTION GINS at his -Es-.
tablishmnent in Statesbu rg on the most, im
proved nnd approved plan, of the most simn
ple constrtiction of the inestfinishi, and' of
the beat materials, to wit, Steel Saws and
Steel plated ribs case hardened, in which ho
wvill sell for two dollars per saw.. .ie also
repairs old Gins, and -puts' thdnii iin coim
plete order at tl~o shiortept otige.' AIIbor
diers' for (dina will bo promnply and. punt~CU
ally attended to.
Stathnrd: R. C ArilI, 19. 24 ti
Reees', fo Ge . a.'., 1. do
AieY% 505 'dei. lho4od
Mtarib's,5.8. d~ieath, 1.P.
A. lIra .00, bpst d
ILeave . V' '
Branel&vilk-, 1,45 p. n Cohimbij 60
Rowe's . 2,10 do. Hopkins's 6 do
Orangeburg .2l8 . do, adden, 7M
Janeson'e do0 . eio, e 1 4 4
l.4wisville~ 8.10 'do. FoWLMotte,7.40 MdaJ"
Fort Motte, ,0?d6AnIwisvlleo, -00AIo.
Junction,. 3.55 do. 4amiaeson's, 8.20
Gadsden, 4.10 dd.; ira.bug,
Ilopkin's, 4.30 do. I~owe a .0 o
Ar. Col'bia, 500 do. 4Ar ih-lflle;90 ol
Tue sdays, TIhurasay's tind Saternapt~
'oave ' , saAei
Camden, 1.00 a. Colutinbia,- 2 I0 0
Boykin's, 5.3(0 do. Hampton, 20 doe.
Claremont, 6.00 'do. Hokin's 6.10 d&
Oniddleto; 6.80 'do. a.den,
Junction, 7.1 do. Junction, '.
Gadsden, 7.35 do. Middleton, 4.4d
olopkins' 8.00 do. Claremont, 5.1d
L'a npton'., 8.20 do. Boykine 6.48 "A
ArCollinbid, .45 do. Aif dn O.'."t
- cilondays, Weneskys, and Friday
Leade Camden. 800 a. . 1.15.pir0, ..*
Bdo. BJ3oyk o's,.. 5.0 do. 1.6Q 40:
do. Claremont, 0 do. .,25
Sdle 'liddleton, 80 do. 3.10
- Leave Junction, 7.18 6. 3J 'lV
d 'iddleton,- 800 :do. n44, do
do.-. Claremont,8.85 do. 15.d9
do. Boghin's, 9.10 4o 54.4do
Ar. at Camden, 9.45 do. 6.1 do.
Camden,- 5.3 a.m.'Junction,. 3.S do.
Boykin'n, 5.3 do. Middleton, 446 do.
Claremont, 600 do. Claremont 515 do.
Middleton 680 d B n's, 5.dor,
Ar.Junction,7.10 d'7 .5 e 6.1 de -
June ',82' , t, if,
To Travellersgoing No
THE GREAT MiAIL ~'FO
CHARLEST'ON, 8. , ' '
LEAVING the Wbarf at the foot of Li
rena-st. daily at 3, p. after the arriva 345.
the South5rn.cars, via WiLMINcGTON
EDm ,ON N. C. C IaRS U. , R6 I
MOD, toA 6.80,Od&; BbyALnh'
MORE, and PHILADELPHIA
The gublic is- ectfully informedt
the Sthamers of thvs n,'frontC t
WflmOND u, are i r don
afre navi .ted by well onwh'a'n een
commnan ers, and -the nriadae Tini
der, there Aecurin both safety and d.u t1A'
A THRUG.H TKT- ha~ 'alrady
been in operation is now, continud as a p
manent arrangement' from Chaet
Philadelphia. Passengers 'aling'thei .
yes thereof, will have .thei option eithet to'
continue without delay thro h' the route or
otherwise, to stop at apy of e intermedato
points, renewing theis seats on the. liey to
suit their convenience. By this routeitrayel.
.lers..may reach New York on tiethir~'day
during business;.hours. ']agg willebe -
ticketed on board the Steamer to -eldon, as
likewise on the' change of cars, at the, inter
*mediate points from -thenceto Philadelphia.
Throug Tickets to Philadelphia at *20 eash,
can behad from E', WINS DW, Agent of
the Wilmington and Raleigh R. R.'.ompsa,
at the office of the Compayfoot of Laurens
street, to whom please apply. -For other in.
formation inquire of -
At the American Hotel, Charleston S. C. . .
MayO 9 -49 ly
BY ROBERT IATTLK
LATE .BY V. IL. DAVf'
.Would respeptfully announce, th'at A4
now in' charge the above ueUl~ocated Hote,
convenient to t .most buinpis ,at9li
Town, for trave llr.; dir lj~t i ofl
passing through--and nowudvoa
ough repairs. He earnest)ysoloits d
from his friends and the public gealy-~h
he feels corfdent that they cannot b ti.
wise than pleased,-as tio pairia d4iffbe
to make all comfortable. d "'' T
A variety of the beat Likluprs coas be had a
the Bar, except on Sunday. GJoddard'up~,
1805 Brqndyg arnd other flue Liquors inbi
the most favorite branids ofChampge
'choicest brandsof~egarsand Tbeo~cth
Ale int pints; SODA WATER and i aI~
kept constantly ona hand durn' te e i r .
Good Stables, roomy l-6'
always lenty ofeconoJfd''iaat'
N. BOrnibses ri tetib
lyetan also by accommnodated wit a 1tu
May 2d, 1 .~ 8
A frei'. ssortment 9 j4~
and black ilk G
Mlay 997 ,