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weie'10 7ineped in Irish and German id:&N
teries. - -
It. Will 4eseen', on referring to cemete iA
r~ports, that four hundred an twenty-three
mtermente haed taken place during the past
72 hours. The disease is taking a frighful
hol mong-h' German and Irish population.
NCIpelNNAT!, June 29.
Tho Boardiof~Health this morning report
that during.the last three days there have
been 425 mitorments in this city, a largepro
portion of whirh were of cholera. Moat of
the interiients are in the German and Irish
MONTREAL, June 28.
Fivo enses of clholera have been reported
in town to-day, tw'o of whom died.
Censis of Sunter District.
Free white Inhabitants, Beat Co. No. 1,
Upper Bat. 44th Regt. S. C. Militia, Com
manded by Capt. Sumter.
Allen, Washington 6 Jennings, Eliza 6
Allen, James 6 Jennings, James 1
Atkinson, James I Jennings,- W B 1
Atkinson, WmJ 8 Jennings, Hasting 1
Atkinson, Frederic I Jones, Birbary 4
Atkinson, Henry W 7 Lenoir, Isaac N 5
Atkinson, John W 1 Lynch, John 1
Anderson, Win W 5 Lansdale, Elizabeth 1
]allard, John F 4 Loring, L P 4
Bowen, Win B 1 Aiurrell, Louisa 4
Belk, Henry A 6 fmoody, Chas C 1
Belk, E A 7 AMoody, Burrell 10
Ballard, John 2 Murray, S J 10
Brownfield, In% W 10 M(urray, Edward 1
Bra-dlen John 10 Mloody, Win 1
t rktXIHG: 5 Mc Duffie, Sarah, 1
IRandh I Moore, J J 3
~tlde,'Aknes 1 Mellett, Wm E 5
6ruotton I1lcFarlane, Wm 2
ra io4, 'Robert 3 McFr'rlane, A J 2
Birchmore, Caleb l1loody, Jas A 5
Barkley, Wm 9 Nunnery, Benj 4
Boykin, John 10 Nelson, Jas M 6
.Bradford, John S 5 Nelson, Sani E 4
Burgess Warren 11 4 Nalson, P H .2
Burgess W 8 1 Norris, Alexander 6
'Inadford, H N 2 Nettles, A A 10
bracx, .Penelope -2 ONealV, Wm R 4
Black, Leonora i artin, Wm 8
Cocke, Geo 1 4 Powers, John 8
China, Alfred 9 Pate, Sam! I
Converse, A , 5 Poole, ) II 7
Crusviell, Wim J 0Pittp, James 5
Cain, Jaines 7;Pollard, Jno I 2
DeCoin, J 1 1 Richerisor, Eliz 5
Darg.a W J, I1oacAnnE 2
DinkinsIJas W ayJames 2
Dixon, Hakor -r 2!Rutledge, Jno 11 A
Darman, Emil 7ftoddy, John 1
Dinkin, e, W
Deas, Wiley 4'Reese, 0 S 5
Dene, Sephrona IRichardson, JnoSjr 7
Eveleigh, Wm 6 Reynolds, Marcus 2
Furman, Saml 0 nderoJohn 0
Fraser, John A 2 Sumter, 3leastian D 1
Ferrel1, Jesse 1 Sumter. Frncis 1
Fore, Win 5 Sumter, Thus D 1
Folder, Sarah 1 Stuart W K 4
Frierson, Jno N 4 Steadham, David 2
Frierson, Julia 2 Singleton, Win J 0
Freeman, H1 3 Spears, Joshua I
Geddings, S G 1 Spann, Leonora
Graham, Sarah 3 Sufth, Jno G 3
Graham, Hugh 2iSpinn. James 1
Garey, Wmi C 1
Garey ~Vn C 1,Spanin, Laurence
IHurst, 9 F .8tilea, Copeland 8
I are Robert 3'Siafrurd J C 6
arvm, L 1Wheeler, Win 3
Ilood, Benj ~ VtsTma I
Ilarvin, Jas A jr O ilDadF 3
Ihare, Britton VaiAna :
-James, WV W B 1WrhtWn 0
-Jenkine, Evaline 0
Jacso, Cas 1 Tihe~ota, E 4iz 1
Oza ~vek ate fohnn Er 2e
ivoeorepodn7 unerae oWm G 1ti
inuire, uly ilt re chaitson JStjr 7
ternoonader, Jrtve5ad6 ohnck Cot
tan itwil b snh2 slimtr, HeastianeD.1
'1'he Stame C umter. rni at 1,.
cd osonlas een5g Steringhs nine
'rie Ctto makturi W he 4ve
has ben seady witehm, aid n 2s
in onfience Faingletn, are Juote
at 58;Moil 43.4;erlesh 1d
desritios av advanh, an sitent t
ne-eghth f' a pnn. James moe
Titre assmor dongn, Lauene Cor
or's~~~. Iston is, otead at 8 a3
pa"quaterCa wheanyellW, ti3
Cana aim!altmo. Filour 2David to
~Vtet uoedat6 Naties, a
Jackere Chas C~e an arrial atLier
-pooy Teragh ifri Chrlitn tCouid
one sterlin Late rold.rpe
hAbe recevevaaPri of'teCnd athelif try
o'The Freonam dith frome uGten.
v OrrespTouldent makrae aofnra ati
mefore they 57th, reahed ths yesra of'-h
tonitrwiltt coseenracy of'ighe adva nd
fanc on uedsdac that pdinst, and robch
edI Bosto tast treiumg.rate brng caine.
TIhe Ctof' Lyonet durin the 2week
stats that s teyitirm d icroms
ing conilen vsceivedi Uplandyswre uo.
go oreinaoumidding theachtr of' the
drescerops into advaned itenht
oneectho ateptnny. uThectioneyn
mariketa bent e fo~eas y mr 'ri
dTe ressc torte doing anth Lyon
marwi naightpoementplc in pri.
stee gnatee the troope and heob.th
forerhavienube so'live3s. Welstern,
pha1 sd . Ohrioe 25wer thrwn up
Tvhiihere not tbeen ntaril ate downr
Poilalatical o telnight.Ace. e
Utothe rnoning toe 1th annonesa
othe nFrgentchadmyint comee. rout.
bor the 7th cleardn the ciws reftohe
ablyo inuctheilt themvrae wer caiulward.
Frnc ~()J troops int e Rome.
XIUU D-On Tuesday evening the
6t inst., by the Rev. Mr. Brailley, Dr.
THEoDoRE SIDNEy WILsoN . to Miss MAry
JAVE, daughter of Col. G. . C. Desc hafips
all of Sumter District.
MARRIED.-On Tuesday morning
the 3d of July, at Woddland, near Pen.
dleton, So..Ca. by the Rev'd A. H. Corn.
Ish, Dr. JoHN C. CALHoUN Jr., son of
fHon. J. C. Calhoun to Miss ANNZIE R.
eldest daughter of the late Rev'd Jasper
Adams, all of Pickens District.
We are requested to state, that the Funer
al discourse of the late Rev. Jamrs DuPRE,
will be delivered by the Rev. 1.0. B. DAn
OAN, on the 3d Sabbath in this month at the
Baptist Church in Sumterville.
2dJuly, 1849. W. G. BARRETT.
I Oe Oe F.
The members of PEE DEE LODGE No.
12 1. 0. 0. F., will Celebrate their anniversa
ry on the 25th inst., at Darlington C. H.
An Oration will be delivered by a member of
the Lodge. All members of the order in
good standing are respectfully and fraternally
invited to attend.
By Order of the N. G.
P. H. BRUNSON, ec'ry.
July 4, 1849. 37 2t
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c,
Ihe subscribers have just received,
and are now opening, a well assorted
stock, embroing Dry Goods, Groceries,
Snocs. Crockery, &c., which they will
ofTer for sWle at prices to suit the times.
Give us a call and jndge for yourselves.
BROWN, LEE & Co.
Sumtervillo 10th July, 1849. 37 tf
M. P. Mayes etal,
John G. Shaw. 3
Will be sold at Sumter Court House on
the first Monday in August next, and if not
u),Al gold will be offered at each subsequent
sale day unrDPsjdand,
A tract of land of ontr.hundre&and twenty.
eight acres, situated on Aamltwzor Branch,
waters of Rocky Bluff swamp, alininl
lands of A. Chandler, Al. Reams and Eat. of
The above land belongs to the estate of
Rebecca Shaw dee'd., and will iot be sold
for a less sum than three dollars per acre.
TERtis-On a credit of one year from vale,
with interest; purchaser to give Bond and
personal security and pay for all papers.
By Order of the Court,
JOHN B. MILLER, Com'r.
Sumterville, 3 July, 1849. 37 4t
SOJTH-CAROLINA --- SENTER DIST.
By IV. LE IVIS, Esq., Ordinary for said
Whereas, P. A. DuIre, hath applied to me
for Letters qf Adininistration, on all and sin
gular the goods and chattels, rights and cred
its of James DuPre, late of the District afore
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and editors of
the said deceased, to be and al-pear before
me, at our next Ordinary's Court for the said
District, to be holden at Sumter Court House
on Friday, the 20th day of July next, to
shew cause, if any, wvhy the said administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 6th
day of July, in the year of our
[r.. s.] Lord, one thousand eight hundred and
forty-nine, and in thme 74th year of
W. LEWIS, 0. 5. D.
July 11, 1849. 37 2t
Twenty Dollars Reward,
. Will be paid for apprehending and lodging
in jail, or delvering to me my negro fellow
Sam, who lately ran away from the steam
mill of Mlessers Coghlan & Co. He is about
35 years old, of middling size, and has rather
projecting lips, Hie has been hired in Sum
terville durittg the last two years, and is
known to lurk in the neighbonrhood, having
been seen several times in the village at
night, where it is probable, he might be easi
J. S RIHARDSON, Jr.
April, 3, 1849. 37 tf
Breakfast and Dinner House
(T Meals always in due sea
son for the Departure of the
PUBLIC PATRONAGE IS RESPECTF'TLLY
RIOLCOMBE & RICE.
HI. C. HIcOMiBE, July 11 37 4m
Z. A. RiE.
Remaining in the Post O.fiee Sumterville
8. C. Quarter ending the 30th June, 1849.
B--John Ballard, W B Browvn, Nathaniel
Bradford, Mrs Caroline M Brown, Mrs Susan
M Boyd, Theodore Rt Berry, C Birchmore,
Wm Brown, Jeremiah H Brown, E J Belser.
C-P P Cooper, Walter J Corbett, J A
Colclough, J H Colclough, W Canty, Miss
Martha A China.
D--John 0 Durant, L. H Dinkins, W J
F--W Farmar, Josiah Flemming.
G--John James Graham.
11-Richard Harrison, Robert J Holloday,
Dr James C Hicks, J C Holms, CaptW
M-Parish McIntosh, Danil McKlevein,
Thos E McFaddin, Wm McFarlane, Dr Rt S
Mellett, James H1 McKnight.
N--John Nettles, Mrs M[ A Nelson, Thos
Norwood, Jared J Nelson, J Ml Nelson.
P-Mrs M Pool, Draughan HI Pool.
R-Daniel HI Richbourg, Wm Ridgeway,
John C Rhame.
S--Miss Sarah Rt Stiler.
WV-John Wvilder, Mrs Ellen Whitimore,
Miss Julia A Witherspoon.
HENRY HAY NSWORTHI, P M.
July 11 .37 tf
SONS OF TEMPERANCEI
Sumter Division No,12.
The regular Weekly Meeting of this Divi
sion will be held on Wednesday Eiening
next; at their -Hall at 8 o'clock.
W.-F. B. HAYNSWORTH, R. S.
Sumterville, S.C. 19 ly
Br t rd 'Springs
Tlie Board of Trustees of the Bradford
Springs Institute, having elected a Principal
and two Assistant Teachers, to serve during
the present year, in whose qualifications they
have the highest confidence, and having made
every arrangement preparatory to the com
mencement of its exercises on the first
MONDAY in JULY next,-g. ive notice to
the Stockholders and the public, that Pupils
will be received at the Institute at and from
The admirable location of the Bradford
Springi in point of health, and the character
of the Teachers employed, together with the
active supervision of the Board of Trustees,
and the extensive influence pledged to the
support of the Institute, will, at is confidently
believed, at once secure for it a high reputa
A Visiting Committee, will be appointed
by the Trustees, which will from time to
time, visit the Institute, and recommend any
regulations whish may conduce to the in
provement, health, or comfort of the pupils;
and parents are assured that no pains will be
spared in the culture of mind and heart, to
implant aad strengthen those principles, and
form those qualities 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,
The annnal term of the Tnstitute will con
sist of two sessions 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, - - - 875
Music on the Piano, Harp or
Guitar, including Vocal Mu
sic and use 9f Instrument, per
scasion, && - - - . $20
Z aliin French or Italian, - - - 20
Drawinn ard Painting, - - - 15
Shell and Wax worsjte mate
rials furnished by the pulilla.., -- 5 00
NoT.-Pupils who return home at~uh end
of the week and have no washing done'at
the Institute will be charged one-third less
Rlv. HENRY D. GREEN,
Pres't. (f the Board.
SAM1UEL E. WILSoN, V. Pres't.
JAS. W. REMBERT,
W. W. ALSTON,
J. S. RICHARDSON, JR.
F. J. MOSES,
REv. NOAH GRAHAM,
JOHN A. COLCLOUGU, Sn.
June 13, 1849. 33 -tf
Lots for Sale at the Springs.
The Bradford Springs Institnte Company
own a tract of about 1200J acres land, includ
ing near 100) springs, many of them very h~old,
and all of them afl'ording the purest andl most
wholesome water to be found any where in the
The Company proposes to sell abont 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
Then Springs have long been knowvn as a
safe and pleasant summer residence, and
needs no (urther description-Persons wish
ing to purelhase sumnmer lots, will please op.
ply to the abbacriber or either of the Ttrustecs
of the Institute.
D. B. McLA URIN,
Sec'L. 4-. Treas'.
June 0, 1840. 33 4t
The subscriber having just returned from
Charleston with an assortment of BOOT1S,
SHOES, Ladies' and Misses' SLIIPPE M,
TIES and GAITERS, of every kind what
ever, of'ers them to thme public on betterktrms,
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 slipper for Ladies called TAY
g7r All rips sewed up without chare
Sign if the Boot.
May 23, 1849- 31 tf
AT FIVE~ A ND SIX CENTS PEn LIB.
.The subscaiber begs leave to inform thme
citizens of Sumterville and vicinity, that lhe
has re-commenced Butchering ; and will
butcher regularly twice or three times a
week if required. TUESDAYS, TIJURS
DAYS and SATURDAYS are the days he
will Butcher: the prices are five and six etls.
if Beef is taken regularly round-if choico
pieces every time, of the round, the price is
eight cents. All persons are requested to
have a small Book so that the Beef can be
entered in their Book as well as mine.
June 27 .JOHN CHINA.
CALL AT THE
Fisher & Hoxie
Receive weekly by steamers from
Additions to their extensive assortment of
adaealways prepared to furnish the latost
Styles at satisfactory prices.
Columbia, June 6, 32 6m
A fine assortmernt of Ready Made Clothing
with Shirts Drawers.Cravats Gloves &c.
Panama Leghorn and Palmnleaf Hlats,
broad brim fur do., ve'-y low for Cash.
*-. n. JIAKr
ANNUAL FAIR OF TAM.
South Carolina Institute,
For the Promotion of Arts, Mechanical and
Ingenuity and Industry.
Mr The FIRST ANNUAL FAIR of Tho
above Institute will be held in Charleston,
commencing on' We-lnesday 17th October
next, and continue open during the week.,
Specimens of-ARIT, INGENUrITY, ME
CHANICAL SKILL and INDUSTRY of
every description, is solicited for the Exhibi
tion, from all the Southern States, and PRE.
MIUMS will be awarded to those presenting
the beat specimens.
As th's is the first effort made in the South.
ern States to'advanco the Mechanic Arts, by
means. of:nnual Fair similar to those that
have proved so beneficial to the Northern Ale
chanics, the Board of Managers earnestly so
licit the co-operation of all who feel an inter.
est in the prosperity of the South, and appeal
to every Mechanic, Manufacturer, and all
persons engaged in pursuits of skill and in.
dustry of w iatever description, to send some
specimen to this Exhibition, and they, hope
that every district in this State and of our sis
ter States will be represented at the Fair.
All those who in-end sending articles for
exhibition, will please give notice to L. M.
IIATCi, Chairman Committee of Arrange.
ments, at as early day as possible, and' every
Specimen sent will be carefully attended to
and returned after the Exhibition.
OFFICF.uS OF TIE ENSTITUTE.
WA. GREGG, l'resident.
WM.KIRKWOOD, 1st Vice President.
WM. M LAWTON, 2d Vice President.
E. C. JON ES, Secretary,
11. S. GRIGGS, Treasurer pro. fem.
Joseph Walker. C. D. Carr.
G. N. Reynolds, Jr. Ii. D. Walker.
J, H1. Taylor. F. J. Porcelr.
1-. WV. Edge m.D. N. .INInti,
V. G. Desaussure. C. Y. Richardson.
L. Mt. Iitch. Win. Lobby.
lFT The following is a list of PREMIUMS
to be awarded.
For the best Specimen a Silver Medal, and
for the next best a Diploma.
Fur New Inventions a Gold Medal, at the
discretion of the Committee.
Articles of all kinds no' narmed be!ow will
be received, and pret iums awarded for the
Arch'ecttural Drawng Side of ilurntess Lenther,
DInbig-In for Diploma for Cdf Skiu, dressed fur
tleSo Ca InstitutO boots,
'aitting in Oil Carriage IIurnes.
" " Water colors Unggie or Sulkey llsr.
Misinture painting nes,
Pon drawing Cart or Dray Iurness.
Pencil drawiiig It ding Saddie,
Cruyon drawing Deaver or Silk Hat,
Sculliture Coulh Gip.
Penimanship Military or Firemans
.est modo of construct GIp,
ing ihalves Pdir o noots,
Best Press for pnesng " of shoes,
Cotoi " of Ladies Gaiters,
Best Rico Thrashing Tailbh ,
.3achino - Umbreln or ,I at
Best Cotion Giu flair Dreniss Wak
*louga Stucee Wve.
" Churn Moiteliuin Phater,
Wa hingi machine Tin. 3Vorka. -.
Stone Maon's waik Pfotiibtlg,
Uarpenter's Work by Basket or Wbkler Wo*k,
hand and..mnuchiiery Wooden Ware,
Ctarving ipwtod Dyenig fu Wool, milkor
Modal of a Ship - otton,
Specimu.s of- Upholsters Work,
Hout builders work Q.itua MAking,
Ship joiners work Shirt Making,
Punp and block ma- Quilt,
king Embroidery in Go.ld cr
Coopers work EmnLraidery in Silk or
Four wvheel carr iage Worsted.
Huggie Artificial Flowers,
(;ig or sulkey Ornumental llauir Work,
Cari or dr ay Raw Silk, not hers thanu
Steam Engino 1.2 Ilh.
Fire Fugineo V cnufactur.d rilk.
Turning in Bras., Iron w enving, Hand Loom,
or Wood " rower Loom,
Blacksmiths WVork Sgpcimen of Cotton
Castinig in iron, or brass 'Yarn,
Iron Railing Fence or Pair of Knitled Stock..
Brass or coppler work Socks or Gloves,
Locksmnith~s do Coach Lace,
Bell hanging do Gimop, Fringe and Crna..
Gn smis do mental WVeaving,
Instrumenit makers " Confectionary,
Lampj makers do Reflied Loaf Zugar,
Jewelers do Pottery,
Silversmiih do Glass,
Din sinking Masnufactured Iron,.
Engravings on~ steel Cut Nails.
copper or wood Ga tids
Lithog~raphy Fr rs
SLchiaienii Dentistry rrpniemnuc
(:lock a watch maskinag ord
Orinaental House Tlosemo a
Orn~ame:,tal sign do Soa atr
Gabinet work Ck aig
Fanicy P'rinting aoh
lloo'c Printing For
Rlucued aundbound ledgerButrfoWitru,
Fancy Biiidinagnolesta t)b.
Side sale Leather
~F IIYT rsl~etfrlyinfrikshsfred
~L~a~dhe ubli, tatFie haretunedfr.
Good, cnsisingof urldendtiler maufct
s, Jwelryand TSlve w, are. Alo, Wa
selet asortentofGancyAries, an
abc~t it d may befutter oraWinter one,
mad bya frstrat wokmnot estan be driv.
F.asml OY retfy hindforisindcs
the0 North bet aledso asdcoc teecion-o
ceosar conisting ofGoldhance atve 8atch
chn, toewer sn atve ArH. GA'sa
select ssortmpien ogFan AriShop.
uly, wthc 1819 of 36astebetee
reeiepihl strict. andm Paer
The subscribe relsClyiarmse th coplic
tatue of esalisedoe hmslvin Suvervting
andu it, that prepae toun oxeut a oarder that
made b aefrstd rto hiocrma, caihines dawn
byiaspatch ton or byki hand rpirinal Sos,
$ 0.lberassnid tre a svoon varithe ofhand
coes.aefle p2 hne tS -e
Juay 4t, 189. 3t Om
HA TN.PITN .
Itnparting confidence t
Neptune, while plougijht ein ts
ant mitint the nations 6
Bands ofdoinmer , cre td e
tion in ho world han have the M
deeds of the
Old IstabI Lhed and Far VFaaX.O
PYFER & 00.
NO.1 LIGHT STREET,
Who are the firat to administer successfully.
to the pecuniary necessities oft Mankind, win
ning thereby a Fame n CAPITAL PRIZE
Sellers 4s unlimited as the circumbiant air.
MORE CIIERIN RESULTI
PYFER & Co.,
The Special Agents of Fortune I
Nerer a Drawing but they sell Mhe Prizes!
DISTANT CORRESPONDENTS ONLY
SE E THIS!!
010,000, Whole ticket, sent toVirginia.
5,M04), Whole ticket, sent to New York.
8.000. Whole ticket, secat to Pennsylvania.
30,000, lalif ticket, sent.to North Carolina.
15,000, Half ticket, sent to South Carolina.
10,000, Quarter ticket, sent to Pennsylva.
8,000, Quarter-ticket, sent to Ohio.
5,000, Quarter ticket, sent to Indiana.
12,1000, Quarter ticket, sent to South Caroli
aj Every Priza promptly paid, al: on file.
(We again ref.r 1) Alrsnagers Drawings)
Uj7 Far better make an investment at theb
Ti uly Lucky and Far-Famed office of PY
FER & CO, than go to California.
HT P1YFER & CO, give Gold already
Coined and Snamped.
&E The lajority of Capitals always sold
by PYFER & CO.
BANK DRAFTS, payable at sight in
Gold, remitted promptly to any part of the
Uited States for Prizes sold by PYFER &
All Comninicatio;ns strictly conjidential.
03- Remember that the result of thefrst
Irial Ims often been a Splendid Fortune ! A
little perseverance is sure to realize one.
HICH AND SPLENDID LOTTERIES!
for July, 1849.
Send your Orders to PYFE R 4- CO. for
Date, Capital No. of lBal!ots Price of Price of
July. Pr~zes. Drawn. Tickets. P'ck'gs.
2 $25,000 75 Nos 12 88 00 627
3 2,50 78 14 5 1750
5 20,00 75 15 5 15
6( " 8 12 5 1850
7 30," .75 14 10 3250
95af,12 " * 78 13 8 27"
10 24," 75 13 5 17 -
lt. 80,~6 ," 78 12 10 32"
12.- ." -75 12 5 17"
13- 15, " 75 14 4 13
14' 44,," '5E 10 15
103of15," 75 8
18 40" .76 4 *i -10.
19 20," 60 10 6
20 18, " 8 3
23 26, " 78 15 8-~
25 20, " 72 12 10
26 22," 78 13. 5 A
27 10, " 6 13 4 11
28 (60, " 78 1;3 2o 71
30 25, " 75 15 8 25
31 -24, " 78 1;3 5 17
UT The price of Packages of Qqarter
Tlickets only, is advertised above.
O^.r The Managers Printed Drawings,
endorsed by the comnmisuioners appointed
(for this purpose) by the Governor of Mary
land, are in all cases sent to our Correspond-.
07 Letters always strongly and carefully
The purchasers of Packagets of Tickets
seldom have more tha~n six chances against
their drawing in a Package any of the Capital
Prizes, and one Package may draw four of
the highest Prizes. Two-thiirds of the Pri
zes are soild in Packages of Tickets.
OBT Please Order a few days BEFORE the
Lotteries draw. All Orders punctually an
swered by the return mails.
Person~s at a distance from Baltimore, who
wvish "Fortune Buckled on their Backs,"
will find that it is only necessary to enclose
the price (as laid downi in the above sched
ule,) for a Package or Single Ticket to the
Truly Fortunate, Far-Famed and Old Es..
tablished House of ~E O
No 1. LIGHT STREET BALTIMORE MD.
Twenty Dollar8 Reward,
Rasnaway from the subscriber,-on the 26th of
March last, her negro man DA N IEL. lie is
about five feet, 6 inches high, tolerably stout,
his teeth projects a little ini trout, he ia very black,
about forty years oldl, supposed to bt. haihored
ubout Sumterville. Any persotn delivo~ing said
ne.gro to the subscriber, utn her plantation, or ini
Sumter Jail, will receive the, above reward.
28th april. 1849 26 .3m
SUMITERVILLE, S. CAROLINA.
T1he subscriber wvould respectfully inform
his friends and the public generally that ho
has opened for their accommodation a House
of Entertainment in this place.. -He solicits
a share of public patronage, and promises to
spare no pains in order to merit and secure
the same. He wvould further addl, that. the
ocatiotn of his House is such, as entirely sub
serves both business and quiet. A trialris all
Jan, 8,1849. 11 tf
Night Writing School,
The subscriber most respectfully informs
the public generally that ho has opened his
WRITING ACA DEMY at the Town -Hall,
Sumtervillc, S. 0., where he will be happy to
receive all who are desirous of obtaining (his
useful and elegant art. H-is mode of instrug-..
tiotn is entirely tupon a new andt sizsple plast)
and will at once convince all, thatdho in6t
abominable scrawvl, can be converted int6 ali
elegant, bold and expeditious hand writing;
Charge-O8, for the whole coulrse of 15 los
sons. Nights-Monday, Tuesday, and Thurs
ALBE~RT H.. GRAY. -
Apnrl 2.1 27 3.m
CA CE NT$Mh ~a Tt5tion the
<.Tis If; Hiiai ar
rangement'f tho Geo 1-0 otern and
Atlantic Rail Roads a fcre su
persede the DaltonRode and ions Tick
360t Writ. R.BA IRTLEflS/e-'ry.
Wilmington and -Manchester
OFFICE WIL.~& MAN. R. . C.
MAIION C. H1., June, 11, 1849.
The Stoekholdeg of the Wilmington an'?
Manchester RIil Road Company, are hereby
notified that the second iistalment of Five
Dollars per share is required to be paid.on the
first of July next.
By order of the Board of Directors,
JOHN MWRAE, Jt. Treasurer.
June 20 .. 33 1m
Danoing in Eighteen Lessons,
Mr. A. BERGEIt respectt'ully iniorms the
citizens of 8tmuiiterville, that purposes opening
a DANCING ACADEIMY at'their village
and teach- there 3 times a week, (should 'a
sifficient number of pupils be obtained.); He
will instruct his pupils in Quadrillep, Optil
:ons, Waltz, Polka, Alazurka, and in every
kind of FancyD ances, such as, Smoleiskr;,
Cracovienne, Gita-a,. Cachucha, Horupipe,
Cossack, Varsovienine, Shawl Dances, Polac
ca, etc, etc. Ir. 11. is a native of France,
but has resided in Charleston, S. C. for the
'ast eight years, whe~re. he has taught Dan
cing with tih greatest success in the first
families and Academies,-from whi h, he has
good teoiimonais which he will be happy to
show to persons wishig to 'patronize him.
lie will also teach Cotilions or Quadrilles 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 requircd from
A siubscription list is now open at the
Aliy 23. 1840. 31 tf
Bradford Springs Female
Notice is hereby given to the Stockholdees
of the Bradford Springs Female Institute
Company, that the first instalment of twenty
live dolars on each ebare, will.be required to.
be paid as follows-cne-half thereof ($12.5)
an or before the first of July' next,- and-the.
other hIrlf thereof, (812.I0,) on or berofr tho
first of November next.
By order of the Piesident of the Companyt
and Board of Trusteep,
D. B. Mc4AURIN
Sumterville, May 19, 1849. 31 6
rese onhisowT con
o merit a co'ntiit~c6%of w
SCamden. Felt ~ 2n~
Tesubscriber o p oj~
full supply of TraniVo
rvhich he ofibras for sale by t ga noa -
luantity at reduced prices.
Z. J. DEH AY.
Ca Nlear Ooite Masonic iii
For Diseased Rorse0.)
WARENT'ED TO CURE' liednesa, y
Spavinu, Big 'Jaw,'~ Founder, p rains anud't'"
Stramne, S dinlts, Wind GlsRing Bone,~
String Halt, Truish, Poll Evil, erzc., &c..
Having been appointed Agent for th6 abov~ ' '
[ would call the attention of Fariners and
bcaler. in Horses to the importance of 1hay-. - k'A~
ing it always at hand. ZJJEA .~
Near4@ Opposite Mactaic HalL
Camden June 1st, 1849. 32 tfu ~~
SPRING AND) SUMME1
Townsend's Sarsaparilli,iloeberi's 8 .
pai_ PilGroSpencer's, Brandeh'
WVrights~ and Lee's Pills; Roche's Eupb
tion for Hooping iCough; HIastn'sSI. p. -
whhay' Cherry Pectoral~c4~'1,f.
ihmybe had fresh and ~
Camden Jun et, 189
BROAD S' &Ig
May 1, 1849:0 29. t
the piublic that, he carries on the Cabin'
kingfBusiness in all Iivs friousbri 1P(.
tiopes by .untiring ind ygrl' d~
Esmess to' tnerati sh to &Ii
tie friends and,-tho publQo"~- y ' -'.
N. n.,HeKa will. he onptn
lad-.Pnc adPlain m i top -
ng Bureaus, Side-boards, Pine'sled Mahoge., '
ny Wardlrob6s, h.h nd slow' po'st curled
nabe .teo fas aud Ditans, Cernre
NfahoRoc ~XdN * Chir,
Bosetn klers'a Nur ,$ier Tables,
Dandle stande, &c. &c.4Also, Cq on mat
tresses, 'which they w11ill 1l6ew for Cash or -
bPRN1TU1I lifADSl and REPA1R4
aD ahe shortest notice.
Mahogany and Plain Coffins
furnished at the shortesCfnotice~
Ju'st received a splendid assortment. o
Bod-standr, Sitting and Nursing Chairs.
D. 8. SARGENT