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on :dmixturo ef aid cqn ua~i ~~
jphuric acid, thn wj san
water, and drk-d It t.wg yRI Y
thls process ;ho vp
highllyexplosv. T sses envo ved
conists ohiefly19 -carborik acid ,nd car.
honio oxide, olioti pOrtianently ~InsIo,16
that passing throug -tcold a r rtimeeNr
they do not collap sebid will 1 ow u
the pisitou to the utnost limit of Itswauk.
In fgligiis. material n6tlie, fre nor
water is rt quired, and it creates neithek
smoke nor an otliensive efflu in,- and with
the ejcepiion of a slight moisture or ptre
vapor,. t leaves no residuri behind.
A mong these gasses thero is none that
will corrode metals.
,.The explosive -qualities of thie fibres
treated in this way, was first noticed by
Professor Otto, of Brunswick about four.
years ago. and aguin by Polonze of Paris
is, in 1838, and finally fully published in
the English press about the early liart of
the year 1845, tinder the nome of gun
cotton, as it called by Professor Schon bien;
or xyloidina, by M. Pelonze.
A great feature of this new compound
is its complete tractability,. By compres
sing it the explosion is retarded or entirely
prevented. A slip of cotton or fibre pre.
pared can be.exploded in any required
part, without aff'ecting the other.
By greater or less campression, a slip
has been made to explode with greater or
less violence. Several small pallets of
xyloidine were. placed on a table, and
each of them compressed in the middle
with the back of a knifn. A match was
then applied to the projecting ends, and
they exploded. The knife was then raised
and the parts covered were found to be
unexploded and sound as ever. These
experiments hint an easy mode ofprevent
The explosive qualities ofthis ingredi
ent is so great that very small quantities
and small apparatus are required. For an
engine of'two horso power, a thread not
larger in size than ladies' solving cotton
is suflicent. A thread of this size passed
through either end of a piston, and divi.
led by compression, and these parts ex.
ploded by compression, and these parts
exploded by electricity, will furnish the
power. Mr. Isaac Mickle, of Camden,
New Jersey, has built one of this size.
The workirig machinery occupies no
more space than a man's hat. lus appli.
cability to every thing that requires mo.
tive power is apparent at once, and its
freedom from smoke, steam, and heavy
machinery, will. extend its applicability
vastly beyond any oilier power, ifit should
prove at practicable.
MARRIED-In Mecklenburg Co., N. C.
on the 17th ult. by Rev. Prof. Wilson, Mr.
HUGH H. WILsoN Jr. of Salem, Sumter Dis
trict, S. C. to MIss MAny E., daughter of the
Nev. Dr. Williamson, President of Davidson
heir Stateburg,Sumterdistrict, S. C., on
the 0th inst. by the Rev. A. L. Converse,
WILLAnD RicuAnDsoN, Esq., of Galveston,
Texas, to Miss LOUIsA B. MURRELL, of Sum
The SECOND SESSION of the subseri
ber's School will commence on Monday the
25th of this month.
W. W. AL.STON.
Cottage Level, June 8, 1849, 33 4t
A, 1I 1YANIGAUJLT,
VANDER HORST WHARF
0HARLES9TON, . a.
June 13, 1849. 33 3t [Pd.)
Lost, Stolen or Strayed,
.A small sorrel filly, long bushby tail, hind
feet white, long mane. Thie horse strayed
from Moses' Brick Yard on Saturday morning
9th inst. Any person finding her will return
hier-to the undersigned at the above place.
DAN'L. R1. DEMPSEY.
June 13 33 2t
By virtue of sundry Executions to me di
rected, will be sold at Sumter Court House,
on the first Monday and day following in
July next, within legal hours of sale, to
the highest bidder for Cash, the following
property. Purchasers to pay for Titles.
3 tracts of land, one of 128
one of 119 and one of 50 acres, more or less,
in Claremont, adjoining lands of -- levied,
(on as the property of Cordoll Hunt, at the
suits of James Dunlap, the State 4 cases, M.
Hunt, etal, Wm Scott and F J & M Moses.
HARVEY SKINNER, S. S. D.
.Sheriff''s Office, 9th June, 1840.
By virtue of sunidry Executions to nme di
rected, will be sold at Sumter Court Houso,
on tlte first Monday and day following in
July next, within the legal hours of
sale, to tihe highest bidder, for Cash, the fol
lowing Personal Property. Purchasers to
pay for Titles.
1 negro, levied on as tho pro.
Srty of Julia Fryerson, at the suit of Jamies
1 negro, housohold and kitch
en furniture, sorrel mare, plantation utensils
and other articles, levied on as the property of
C Hunt, at the suits of the State 4 cases, F
J & M Moses, M4 Hunt et al, James Dunlap,
and Wam Scott. Negro and Mare will be
sold at Sumterville, tie other things will be
sold at Richard Marshals on Tuesday 3 July.
5 negroes, levied on as the
property of A M White, at the suits of Kel
sey & peas 2 cases, 0 Chafibe and St. Am.
and 2 cases, H Stoddard & Wood 2 cases, L
White, Thos Hartwell and McLaurin &
Goods in store, levied on as
the property of James Mack, at the suits of
Win McKI Iveen, H1 Stoddard & Wood, Sai
S Farrar, survivor, and E A J Gray; to be sold
HA RVEY SK!NNERt, s. s. D.
Juine 9,. 1849, 33 8i
'e~oard 'of- Tristesi ft'isi had d
Springs Institute, having elected i
ind two AsstTelieeyisey a
the p~ment yar, in whose qialifications they
44 th hhS4e and having iade
every r emn tory to the coin
mevcenrpent of its exercises on th fist
;t A NDAY in JULY, ner-g.4ivq e to:
the Ntockhloklers and the public, tiat. pils
twillbe reo -it the Insttute at and from
The admirable location of the .Bradford
Sprintra In point of hea mi d $ t 0 rao'ter
of the Teachdrs emplo r~iOgtiis~tbth6
active supervision of the Boar f Tristbes,
and the extensive influence pledged to the
support of the nstitute, will, It Is confideitly
be d, at once'seciire fo it a high reputa
tion. - - -
A Vielting'Committee, will le appointed
by the Trusteds, which' "vill f0om time to
time, visit the Institute, atid *dommend any
regulations which may condoch to the im
provement. health, or cormfort of the pupils;
and parents are assured thatno pains will be
spared in'the culture of mind and heart, to
Implant aad strengthen those principles, and
form those quihties which best adorn the fe
The Institute will be opened under the
charge of Rev. E.. CATER ,as Principal,
with Miss E. SPAIN as Assistant Teacher,
and Mrs. E. HUMMELL as Teacher of
Music, French, Ornamental Needle-work,
&c. - -
The annnal term of the Institute will con
sist of two sessione of five months each, be
ginning on the first Monday In February and
ending- the last Friday in November.
Terms of Tuition and Board,
Board and Tuition in the entire
English course, per session of
five months, - - . 075 00
Mlusic on the Piano, Harp or
Guitar, including Vocal Mu
sic and use of Instrument, per
session, &c. - - - 20 00
Latin, French or Italian, - . - 20 00
Drawing and Painting, - - - 15 00
Shell and Wax work, the mate
rials furnished by the pupils, -- - 5 00
Nor.--Pupils who return home at the end
of the week and have no washing done at
the Institute will be charged one-third less
for Board. 4b
REV. HENRY D. GREEN,
Pres't.of the Board.
SAMUEL E. Wisox, V. Pres't.
JAS. W. REMBERT,
W. W. ALSTON,
J. S. RICHARDSON, J.
F. J. MOSES,
REV. NOAH GRAHAM,
JOHN A. COLCLOUGII,-Sn.
June 13, 1849. 33 tf
Lots for Sale at the Springs.
The Bradford Springs Institute Company
own a tract of about 1200 acres land, includ
ing near 100 springs, many of them very bold,
and all of them affording the purest and most
wholesonte water to be found any where in the
The Company proposes to sell about 500
acres in lots of from 5 to 50 acres, at fair and
moderate prices, to such persons as would
conduce to society and the interests of the
The Springs have long been known as a
safe and pleasant summer residence, and
needs no further description-Persons wish
ing to purchase summer lots, will please ap
ply to tihe subscriber or either of the Ttrustees
of the Institute.
- D. B. MicLAURIN,
&c'L. <t. Treas'.
June 0, 1849. 32 4t.
All parsons having goods shipped to 3Mid
dleton Depot, will be chiarged Storage on the
same, (in case they remamn in Depot over
seven diys after the date of their arrival) and
in every such instance will the storage be
rcquiredl to be paid before the goods are
B. F. WILSON, Agent.
Aliddleton Depot, S. C. R. RI.
June 6 32 it
The subscriber keeps constantly on hand,
a full supply of Train Oil of godquality
which ho ofife for sale by the gallIon or
quantity at reduced prices.
Z. 3. DEH AY.
Nearly Oppsite Masonic HalL
Camden June 1st, 87. 32 tf
For Diseased Horses.
WARRENTED TO CURE, Lameness,
Spavin, Bi~ Jaw, Founder, prains and
Strains, Spinto, Wind Galls, Ring Bone,
String Halt, Trush, Poll Evil, o&c., &c.
Having been appointed Agent for the above,
I would call the attention of Farmers mnd
dealers in horses to the importance of hav
ing it always at hand,
Z. J. DEH AY.
Nearly Opposite Masoniic Hall.
Camden June 1st, 1849. 32 tf
SPRING AND BUMMERa
Townsend's SarsaparillIa, Robert's Sarsa
parilla Pills, Gordons, Spencer's, Brandroths'
Wrights and Lee's Pills; Roche's Embroca
tion for Hooping Cough; Hasting's Syr. Nap
tha, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral &c. &c. All of
which may be had fresh and genuine at
Z. J. DEHAY'S.
Nearly Oppos ite Masonic Hall.
Camden June 1st, 1849. 32 tf
The subscriber takes this method of in..
forming his friends and the public, that lhe lias
purchased the DRUG STORE of Dr. J. A.
Cleveland, where he will continue the busi
ness on his own account; and hopes by strict
attention, and constant endeavors to please,
to merit a continuance of their patronage.
Z. J. De HAY.
Camden, Feb. 21, 1849. 17 2m
Three or four Negro Shoe Makers, for
which liberal wagers will be given. Address
Camden, S. C. April 25, 20 St
b af0to.fitino the
o werv andvl A[tha h6
S1 me tinrg l on
tietheunend wl biu'cher
toe-orethree times k'ek -if- re.
1 TUEBD , THURSDAYS and
ATURDAYR ;re t'eldata be Will.Butcher:
Mrff fur saId Be cetsf UBeef is
4ken ie~eully rouod-r holce pieces eve
Stheound theprice is eight.cents.
ar equest. to have a,, small
tat the Beef can be entered in their
",Vas well as uine.
The following gentlemen, pamely A. White
and and F. Myers are . hereby appointed to
take in -possession all the cavalry Swords,
that, may come under their Notice, and to
keep until called on for-them. All members
are hereby ordered to deliver their Weapon.
L P. LORING, Capt.
June6,1849. 82 tf
CALL AT THE
Fisher & Hoxie
Receive weekly by steamers from
Additions to their extensive assortment of
and are always prepared to furnish the latest
Stlyles at satisfactory prices.
Columbia, June 6, 32 8t
Bradfbrd Springs Female
Notice is hereby given to the Stockholders
of the Bradford Bprins Female Institute
Company, that the first instalment of twenty
five dollars on each share, will be required to
be paid as follows-one-half thereof (S12.50)
or. or before the first of July next, and the
other half thereof, (012.50,) on or before the
first of November next.
By order of the President of the Company
and Board of Trustees,
D. B. McLAURIN,
Sumterville, May 19, 1849. 30 6t
New Boot and Shoe Store,
The subscriber having just returned from
Charleston with an assortment of BOOTS,
SHOES, Ladies' and Misses' SLIPPERS,
TIES and GAITERS, of every :d what
ever, owrs them to the public on better terms,
for Cash, than can be had elsewhere, and so
licits an early call at one door east of Miller
& Bossards Drug Store. Also, the New and
Fashionable ulipper for Ladies called TAY
May 30, 1840. 81 tf
Dancing in Eighteen Lessons,
Mr. A. BERGER respectfully informs the
citizens of Sumterville, that purposes opening
a DANCING ACADEMY at their village
and teach there 3 times a week, (should a
sufficient number of pupils be obtained.) He
will instruct his pupils in Quadrilles, Cotil
ions, Waltz, Polka, Mazurka, and in every
kind of FancyD ances, such as, Smolenake,
Cracovienne, Gitaua, Cachucha, Hornpipe,
Cossack, Varsovienne, Shawl Dances, Polac
ca, etc, etc. Mr. B. is a native of France,
but has resided in Charleston, 8. C. for the
last eight years, where he has taught Dan.
cing with the greatest success in the first
families and Academies,-from which, he has
good testimonals which he will be happy to
show to persons wishing to patronize him.
Hie will also teach Ctilions or Quadrille. in
18 lessons (which takes generally, at least
two quarters to be learned) and should any
one attending the 18 lessons be unable to
dance well no payment will be required from
A subscription list is now open at the
May 23, 1849. 30 tf
A fine lot of SUGARS, North Carolina
BACON. FLOUR, and other Groceries.
BROWN, LEE & CO.
29 May, 1840. 30 2t
Dress Muslins at 12 1-2 cents per
yard. . Also a fine assortmenit of Bar
eges. For sale by
CLARK & LEWIS.
The subscribers have this day associated
themselves together for the purpose of carry
ing on the CABINET and CARPENTER'S
Business in all its various branches; and
hope by untiring industry and attention to
business to merit a share of the patronage of
their friends and the public generally.
DAN N E L S. SA RGENT,
WIL LIA M B. ILEi
Feb. 19, 1E49.
N. B-They will keep constantly on
hand--Fancy and Plain marble top D~ress
ing Bureaus, Side-boardls, Pine and Mahoga
ny Wardrobes, high and low pest curled
maple Bed-stead., soas and Divans, Centre
tables, Sitting Chairs of every description,
Mahogany Rocking and Nursing Chairs, do.
Boston 1ocker. and INursing Pir'ables,
Candle stands, &c. &c. Also, Cotton mat
tresses, which they will sell low for Cash or
1D-FURNITURE MADE and REPAIR
ED at the shortest notice.
Mahogany and Plain Coffins
furnished at the shortest notice.
Just received a splendid asbortmont of
Bed-steads, Sitting and Nursing Chairs.
8. & M.
Night Writing School,
The subscriber most respectfully informs
the public generally that he has opened his
WRITING ACALSEMY at the Town Hall,
Sumterville, S. C., whore lie will be haeRv to
receive all who are desirous of obtaining uiis
useful and elegant art. His mode of instruc
tin is entirely upon a new and simple plan,
and will at orce convince all, that tihe most
abominable scrawl, can be converted into an
eleganm, bold and expeditious hand writing.
Chargn-4 for the whole course of 15 les
sons. Nights-Monday, Tuesday,.and Thur..
day. ALBERT Ht. GRAY.
April 24 27 3m
sfon will be hel. on
net aitheir Hl t
W B. HAYt 1
Sumtervill&,8 C. .
The subscriber respetAillkr iadotmu the pubik
that. be jaag establishedhlm.efmselfshisuit-rvlle
and Is 4w propered to execute any.orer hat
may be entrusted to ieire withintneus and
dispatch, to wil:-Maklng. and *psiltng Scr.a
Chairs, Lounges, (ot -very decrion) at.
rasmes made to order, and eyei-anii7 Bpnd
May 23,1849. Gm
Attorneyat ".L .
Sdmterville, S. C.
May 16, 1849. 29 tf -
The uidersignenwhas just received a full
and general assortmentof Now Goods, which
he will sell very low for Cash aper.
Twenty Dollar Reward,
Ranaway fom the subsriber, on the 26th of
March last, her' negro man DANIEL i I.
about five feet, 6 inches high, tolerably stot,
his teeth projects a little In froat, he Is very black,
about forty years old, supposed to be harboried
about Sumterville. Any person delivering said
argro to the subscriber, on her plantation, or Ii
Sumter Jail, will receive he above reward.
STNHER PERDRIA U.
28th april. 1849 26 S3m
SUIUTERVILE, S. CAROLINA.
The subscriber woild respectfully inform
hi. frienids and the public generally . that he
has opened for their accommodation a House
of Entertainment in thie place. He solicits
a share of public patronage, and piomises te
spare no pains in order to- merit and secure
the same. He would further add, that the
ocation of his House is such, as entirely sub.
serves both business and quiet. A trial is all
"Ian, 8,. 1540.'11 t
AT THE CAMDEN RAAAR
M. DRUCKER & CO., respectfully inform
their customers in Sumter and the public gen.
eally, that they have received a large and
general assortment of.
Spring and Summer Goods,
consiting of every variety siitable for the
season, Also, a complete assortment 'of
Groceries,. Hardware, Cutlery
Crockery, Boots, Shoes and
Bonnets, Hats and Caps,_
Bagging, Rope, and
SADDLES, BRIDLES, &C.
And every other article usually kept in their
line of business; all of which are offered for
sale at c.rtremely low prices for Cash. Re
member tocall at the
Opposite the Camden Bank, Camden, S.C
South Carolina Rail Road,
On and after sunday, the 20th lnst;~ the Pa.
senger amid Mail Train will leave the Mary-street
Depot, Charleston, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Will leave Hamburg at 5, Camden 5, and (Co
lumbia 6 o'clock A. M., arriving at Charleston
at 1 o'clock P. M. as heretofore. Passengers
at the "Way Statious" will accommodate them
selves to the change, and make their arrange
ments accordingly. GEO. s. H ACK EK,
DRAPER AND TILOlR.
Respectfully informs the public and his
patrons that he has just received a full as
sortment or NEW AND FASHIONABLE
SPRING GOODS, Cloths, Cassimeres, Ves
ting, Drillingse, Drab D' etc. etc. etc. A
large Assortment of Ready Mady Clothing
at prices to suit the Times, to which he
calls the nttention of the Residents of the
ArLso, An assortmeiht of Military Treim
April 11 24 3m
South C'arolina-Sum ter Dist.
Jane Williams and (
It appearing to my satisfaction that Jane
Williams and Rebecca Jane Spann and others
Children of Martha Williams and Children
of Charles S. Spann, Defendants in the above
stated case, reside without the State of South
Carolina. It is therefore ordered that they
do appear and object to the Division or Sale
of the Real Estate of Richard Spann, deceas
ed on or before the 12th day of June next,
or there consent will be entered of record.
W. LEWIS, 0. S. D.
March 12th, 1849. 20 3m
0000, Spanish, half Spanish and
American Segars and fine Chewing Tobacco,
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
Manufactures COTTON GINS at his Es.
tablishnment in Statesburg on the most im
proved and approved plan, of the most sim
ple construction of the finest finish, and of
the best materials, to wit, Steel Saws and
Steel plated ribs case hardened, in which he
will sell for two dollars per saw. He also
repairs old Gins, and puts thetm iii com
plete order at the shortest notice. All or
dlers for Glne will be promply and ptknctu
ally attended tot
Sttehnrg, S.C Anril 31 1849 oft ti.
complete ek of t. '.
FERbrnIft ZO 5~
M , Inpoate f
King strdety Sip: f the'Lye
GREGG, HYDEN GREG
Guns, Military & Fanny Goods,
(orner of King and Hiasell stresets
may 23, 1849. ..
New & FsliiabMe ClothIng
GEORGE A. HYDE,
SUCCESSOR TO HOUSTON drHYDE, 283 2 IiG-ST.
Oppositt Merchant. HoteZ.
Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retil Dealer
G. A. H. RespectfuIly-invitesAthe attention;
of his ftends andthe public to his" large as-1
sortment of Fahim'iable and Elegant Cloth
is now'onlhand , eual in e respect q to
the best custom workto which Is we4kly
addig large suppliles direct fron bis own
Manifactory in New York. .
This Et:ment is conductod entir'el
on the Cash Principles both in purchase RiiA
sales, givid;g him aroat-ad"antage in his se
lectiots- and enablIg him.to - to sell itNew
York rates. He is, pow offering this stock,
(which is not excelled for variety, atuZe, beau
Ay, and durability of, corkianhp in the
UJiion, at such, prices 'as to make it an indued
mont for purchasing to call before ;makingi
their selections. A superior assortment of
Fine Shifts, Collars, ravats Canes, &c.&c.
constantly on hand.
With attentive and- obligin ealesien,
gcntlemen can depend upon aving.' their,
w tnts supplied immediately. All garments
warfaeted t0 fit welI.'and g -stisfa6tion in
327 Mr. JoHN T. DArA, long known in the
blothing line is now at this establishment,
where he would be happy to see and serve
GEO. A. HYDE,
Succestor to Houston &'Hyde.
Charleston' May 23,1849. ..'301 i ly
AND VHOLEsALE DEALItl IN
Groceries, Wines, and Liguors
No. 139 East Bay, (Jorner of Quteen
Street, Charleston, S. C.
May 23, 1849. 30
Dry Goods in Charleston
For Spring of 3 849.
, . W. BANCROFT, invites the attentIon of
Planters and their families, who vialt the oily to,
He has now received his Spring Stock which'
coinsists of every variety ol Rich and Elogat
fabrics for Ladie. D.ress-snch as,
Silk, Grenadine., Tissuo Silks, Bareges, Mus
line,, Sewing Silk, Ginghams, Prints, Lawns,
Bomnbazines, Chadys, Alpaca,.
Shawls of every Style, much am, elegant Plain
and Enmbrordered Canton Crape, Cashmere,
Sewing Silk, Silk Muslin, Barege and Plain
Linens, Damask., Diapers, Long Lawns,
Llnen Shebtings and Linen Goods in grout varie
Hosiery, white Goods, Goode for Gentlemen,
wear etc., etc.
in his IOM ESTIC UOODS ROOMS, will
be found as psual a complete ssortment of, all
the leading Styles of Dome~siio Golodp, such as
are adapted to servants wear and farmify use
He confidently invites attention to' the Stock
as one of the
Largjest and most Extensive
and the Prices always the LOWEST POSSI
253 King Street, CretnS. C.
April 1849. 24 it
MR. H.3. BRISNENDEN, of Charleston,
Professor of Music, ofibre his services in the
Formation and Instruction of Military Bands,
&c. Mr. B. is possessed .of the rost -satis-.
factory testimonials regarding capability and
character. Communications can be address
ed to the care of Mr. F. Zogbaumn, 201 King
street, (harleston, S. C.
April18. - 25 3m
BY STE~EN &, DIVVE~R
Corner of King and Society Streets,
C HA RLE STO, -8. C.
This Hotel, situated in the biusiness part
of the city,, offes every desirable comfort
and convenience to the Travelling Comnmu-t
nity, and Permanent Boarders. iThe estab
lishment is conducted strictly ci' Tomper
ance principles. T~[ERMS MODERATE..
Il-An Omnibus and Carriage \vilattend
the Steamboat Wharf, arid also to the Rail
Road Depot, for the accomniwdatin pf Pan.
A i~so-- cask eaqh Pale Al. and Lonilon Por..
ter in pie,, for salfa V 'Lt. 0. 'fAM R
-~ 5005do. w.' 4 as
Leave C M 5 d 1 l
F.andoriil 8p iumwsv~isba,~ ou
Juncion d tiop~
Fae :te500 a M'.Qliiui6 t 0.
Gadsden 4I0. JOelr
Hopkin's. 430d4! e 0
Up.le~n 6VDd.aiino r'
Tedag TWA&',f*ui )w ~ i
Leave ~ Leatf .
Camden,- :.00 aV . b Colin1&
Boykin's 0.0 ;do. H am -v< AW"
Cdaremo. 600.do. 6op ins Ad
M"ddfleton, 6.0co. jGa en o 8 S
Jud&op 71id-in. untio
Gadoen, .7.85 do..
Hlopkss's 8. 'do. C
Hariptidt's, 8.9QO dd)~oyi s~
A.Colrmbia.4 do. Ar. Ca b
-Mondas, Wednesd&ys,:,anddy&gs a
Leave Cainden' v500:ain b 120..0
do. -Boykin',- .030 dom.rv<1 I0d6 -
do. Clalmn m000do 1.20fd60
do., Miiddleton, .6G&p. 1 o
Leave Junction, .671 d.
do Middleton, 8, .q
do. ' Claremont, 8 do .
do.- Boykin8- %910' 0
Ar. at Cate'd, t4h0. f iQ.10 d
S mundaysruac &W b
Boikia L -s,25.T0do.
Ar.Jinton,71O doa Ar ian
Jne *3 .i h d
THE GREAT MJAIN NUTElNRO
CHARLSTON, . CN'~
L4EAVING. the Wharfr at the foot bf1litr a
rens-st. daly at.m;,ssrtheiarrime ,
the Southern-cans via W ~ N
WE~LDON, N.C. iER.U G a
gMORE, and PHHiAI
The poblic' Is" WT ~ tfl lfi kn~~
the steamers of thii. n-flO f t
Wilmingon, are in-firtte Jcobda, oc~
arq.nav tedby wll konnnd s~pd' --
der, thieby accuring both sotadjtaJ.
A TH-ROUGH TICKET h~ar
been in operation is now continu as
manent arrangprmnt from: Chrleto t
Philadelphia. Passengersfa'~iilig :hMi1J
yes thereof, will have the op either tw
continue without delay throhthe rdatew-er
otherwise; to stop at eny-of- aienterm at~
pOints, .rgnewing thei25 seats. on Axiie
suit their conveniepce. y ai~u94vI
lers may reach New Yokonth
duririg business houriPI.'Mj~~e i!b
'ticketed on board the stehini'r o dl~ on,
likewise on-the, change oiftars, at-thd inter-"
mediate :points from. thence to Philidlphia.
Through Tickets to Philqe'ha at 20gach.,a
can be had from E. WINS W-.gt
the Wilmington and RaleighK R onppy..
at the office of the Company' foot 4f Laupens..
street, to whom please apply." For oih%r 'id'
formation Inquire of
At the American Hotel, Charlest S. nds2
May 9 49. .Y e
Would respectfull annonuec e
now in eharge.tna ave Wdillco
convenient to the noat bnizines ~tofti
Town, 'for trav'ellers; directli on abt'
passidg th'rdugh--antd nowifdo
ough repalranr He 0arntlyha~
from hi. friends anid the publio-gneally-sfe$
he fee coqteni tha. -tey can'ober-otherut
*wise thapn pleased, a. no pains wifle-a-prdg
to make all comfortbl.',,
A variety of the best,
the most favorite brand. of OIGw~jih tbh
'ket conse lyoi Iai ai3tI
GoodStalisi ro0tny iots for DrorD 6id0
always phntyg co aaadff
*N. B.-.-Omriibuaes rn 'aiI ii
from -tihe ISail. Ipade
wh~o cap also be i
lot'of Bacon iid
which ho"6fbre fon ial low for 041
paper. Appl, to ~ d~t -~Cr4