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Free white Yhhbt Io 3,
'bandbd by'Capt t b Phwden
-.Usoii Ge .Wi 0 J1d'I
nJf .7 Newman, Robert 3
Jamma B. 8 Pitta
'a, D. '2 ScurryAnn 4.
u d d t
laidvifte 7 Soymort H~irm 5
Josiah 4 Sey iir, 'Ivrence
t, Wiley., 8 Stepheso. laml.'1
dega, Jno 3. 1 Thigpen, ra&cson 1
Grdn, Elknanah 9 ThiJuo.J 3
fre js, Mlay 4 Thi~on Ellalbth 5
Orooms, Stephen 12 Trap, Jn' 1
ro , Jn r r. 8 Tiaduile, Rober - 2
a, Eryin Tiidale, Singleton 1
4 Thigpen, Redden 5
1 9Va an, Edgar 1
5 Wilder,'W. 8.
.as W. Wilder, W. S. 2
.6 Wilder, Mary 1
3 Weston, Sam. R. 1
.1 Yates, Josse 1
n ~ Carendon Election Dist.
No ar Helines, Manly 5
. 4 Holmes, Win. 3
b1-mnas 1 Rodge, Miles 10
3. Hoge, Abraham 10
1 Harvin. Wut. R. 6
K. 6 ifarvin,Jas. A. 4
atbey :3 1l1,vii,.Sam!. 4
a I 1Hodge, Dundley E. 3
a, ..5 Rodge, Betij. D. 5
2 Hodge, Jito. MN. 12
n VD14 7 1 Hayne, A.'J.
Caple, C. G. l Ingram, Jno. J. 7
Durant, R . 10Jones, Anthony L. 10
Me hmas ., KnQvlton, Juo. W. 6
a Muntgomery, J. 11. 2
kn I MFadden, M. J. 1
7 Montgomery, Sam). 3
.D o 8 Mick, James 10
S Def '4 Nelson, 3. J. 12
GrahanJ 4 Nelson, . L. 4
Gidd4 Nelson, Jno. C. 2
Gar....te nry . .4 Plowden, Agnes 5
.~ [Ei1wid 1 Plowden, Edward 1. 6
lAhwif, hos. 6 PlAvden, Gabriel '12
Garret, EdWard Sr. 2 Plowden, Saml. E. 6
GWSIV, An ' 5 Plowden, Miles H. 6
Giddings Jieob 2 Rodgers, Robt. P. h
Gibson, B.R. 2 Ragins, Wmn. W. 5
'Gibson, W. J. 7 Sin leterry, Allen 1
-AI We ch, Jefferson, R. 7
J z Iaac 4 Windham, Sp'r. D 10
James .6 Witherspoon, R. J. 4
iO r.harret B. 7 Total, 623
Ake Franicisa' 1
4.Attachodto:Claremont, - - 202
ILaveh attached to Clarendon, 331
.,TuE IcB TRADB.--The quantity of ex.
p'rted from Boston, for the nionth orJune,
yndt awifieedent periods was as follows:
iasLIndies, 2020 tons; Batavia, 400;
K dCalcutta,.287; Havana, 568;
S ago, 230; St. Thomas, 194, Newv Cr
lean,:44027;.Mobile, 325. TIotail for
.June, 6,75; previous five mnonths, 35,880.
Total since January, 42,4156; same time
js t year, 34,8881. inicrease, 7575,
6 IA'R R1'4DiEOn the U0th Jun~e in Washing
itoeityby Rev. C. M. Butler, D. D., IlaNRY
Qg.nrd of. Baltimore, to JUmA M. MCRA,
da'ugtiteifr thelate Dr. F. May, of WVashingtoa.
Mr~ BFRGER, has the honor to inform the
S aand gentlemen of Sumtervile and vi
t 96 spis:DNCIG SCOOLis now
ap~tthe Town Hall. He also informs
ta at in order to accommodate persons,
wo do not stay in town, lie will teach any
day of the week tbose who cannot attend al
ways the'regular class. By that arrange
ment one can take one, or even two, private
lIessons in a single day if he chooses to do ao,
an~larn as mucliin that day as lie would-in
t~i ukalessons; (this is as regards steps
be~et earn the figures there must be
e ons~itauind-they will avoid by that, at
leat, Aif- the* trouble and expense that
would le Incurred, should they comne in town
three times aweek. The~ price of tuition is
attA6 y Hote. rpaticulars apply
- ijfrd Springs.
1~t, ~3tEaiould be willing to go and
t at the 'Springs three times a
wk4 i~ad the citizens of 'that place form
July 25, 1849- 89 3t
Wlb~ padfor the apprehension and de
] rpyto te~orof Hlumter District, of a
.slave, namel the property of Wmn. Webb
15sq., whp escaped from custody, near States.
burgh, on the 22nd finst., while being brought
to-triaLa Thelaveo is about 20 or 2I years of
sgtij avmry likely follow. He was charged
wi th e-curne of store-breaking and robbing
thdrbf&ain'goods anrd money.
',siioide' that he mnay be brought to trial, I
willipay the above reward for his delivery to
the Jailor of this or any other District, so t,hat
4 vay bo dealt with as the law requires.
8y5 9 tf
% B OAKES
e 01po 7, State-street,
SaAR LEST ON,AS.U.
I~~stopurei~ 'fr a Plantation in
~a,~ EN Yo THIRTY LIKELY
0NGR.OES of either sex; those
n~ e~3 tlo 14e and 20 preferred.
Persos havirig such property to dispose of
wvinetitbaa CASH ptchaser bp apply
ing acabove. .,.
Iawes. Rel~tte, Bank &toc.
iia~i~ ~ of about 23 acrea
o.adcontiguous to the business portion ol
urchwatRoserthe wdte o
mbdi tMng, '.*. 1
nOf~bre'will also be entertained by thesub
scriber for all'his'Lands lyiMg Fon Turkey
Creek, near Sumterville. They -contalr0 in
all about 425 acres of high land, swamp, oak
-adhickory, well timberedwith a ponportioi
of cleared and open lands, smore accurate
desoriation andaa betterdestinmate value o1
these Lands can be formed upon; application,
either personally or by letter,.td tie subscri.
To an enterprising farmer this tract pre.
aents advantages and facilities not surpassed
by any other location in the State, and to at
approved purchaser accommodating terms
will be granted. Communications addressed
to me at the Bank of .Charleston, Charleston
S.C., will meet dne atter-tion. ' .
July 25, 1840. 3la 4t
The undersigned late of the United .State
Hotel, Augusta, Georgia,) having leased the
CHARLETON HOTEL for a term o
years, takes pleasure in stating that the en.
tire Establishment bas been refitted and fur
nished with new Furniture, and is now ope
for the reception of company. T.
Inprovements have also een made' in'the
House, particulaily in th Ladies' Depart
ment by the add tion of a Reception.iarlor
and the removal of the Ladies' Drawin
Room. .,. -
Which improvements, he is assured, -wil
greatly ndd to the comforts of the guests e
the bonuse; and hopes, by strict attention oi
his own part together with the officers of hi:
hse utonerit a liberal share of the publi
DA NIEL N IXER, Proprietor.
July 25, 1840. 39 ly
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
Aug gusta, a.
G. FARGO, Proprietor.
Tias well-known house having passed int
the hands of the present proprietor, no pair
or evpense has been spared to render it wo
thy of patronage.
Jul 25, 39 - 4m
JULY 11, 1849.
ALL Communications addressor to Hi
Excellency, Governer SE A BROOK, shoul
e directead to Columbia, until the 1st Octa
ber next. B. T. WATTS,
Twenty Dollars Reward,
Will be p~aid for apprehending and lodvin
in jail, or delivermng to me my negro feYlo'
Sam, who lately ran away from the steni
mill of aessers Coghlai & Co. He is abot
35 years old, of middling size, and has rathe
projecting lips, He has been hired in Sun
terville during the last two years, and
known to lurk in thme neighbourhood. havin
been seen several times in the village
night, where it is probable, he might be eas
Ir T~he subscriber believing him to b
harbored offers 8200 for such proof as i
convict aniy white man of harboring him eith
cr directly or indirectly.
J. c RIC-eARDSON, Jr.
April, 2, 184J9. 37 tf
The subscriber respectfully informs th
public that he continues Bakmng, at his o
atandl in Broad street near Main. Bread an
all varieties of Fancy Cake, Biscuits an
Crackers, constantly on band.
Also-Received daily a constant supply e
Smith's celebrated SODA WATER and
supply of Ice from Charleston.
ICE~ CREAM, every variety of Confec
tionary, Fruit, Native and Tropical, Nuts
Fancy Articles, etc. etc., constantly on hand
I.7FLOUR, of the best brands for sale.
July 18, 1849. - 38 tf
M. P. Mayes etal,
John G. Shaw.)
Will be sold at Sumter Court Hlouse ot
the first Monday in August next, and if no
then sold will be offered at each subsequen
sale day until sold,
A tract of land of one hundred and twenty
eight acres, situatedl on Ailigator Branch
wvaters of Rocky Bluff swamp, adjoinin1
lands of A. Chandler, AM. Reams and Est. o
The above land belongs to the estate o
Rebecca shaw dec'd., and will not be noh
for a less sum than three dollars per acre.
TERns-On a credit of one year from sale
with interest; purchaser to give Bond am
personal security and pay for all papers.
By Order of thme Court,
JOIIN B. MILLER, Comn'r.
Sumterville, ~3 July, 1840. 37 4t
A fine lot of SUGARS, North Carolinm
BACON. FLOUR, and other Groceries.
-BROWN, LEE & CO.
29 May, 1849. 31 2t
The undersignon has just. received a ful:
and general assortment of New Goods, whici
lie Will sell very' low for Cash or good pper
L, B. H ANKS.
Su rlIe, C
The Board pf! '~ t sthe 3Brsdford
Springs. Inst!tue, Yin )c~a rnia
e tvery arrangemiit pteparator a to the com
mencement of its exercises on ,the . first
MONDAY.i JULY next,g ..ie notice.to
he Ltockholders and the public, thit Puyils
yillbeyreeived at the institute at and froin
ttthtdi e W.
o The admirable locatirnyof. the Bradford
Sptipgs in point of healtb, and the character
of th Teachers employed, together with the
active supervision of therBsard of' Trustees,
and the extsusive influence pledged to the
sup port of the Institute, will, it is confidently
believed, at once secure forifta high reputa
A Visiting Comnittee, "vill be appointed
by the Trustees, which will frem time to
time, visit the institute, and r6coniiend any
regulations which my. conduce todhe im
provement, health, or comfort oflthe' 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
Thp istitute will be opened under the
charge: Of 'ev. .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 Institute 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 month* - . - - $75
Music on the Piano, Harp or
Guitar, including Vocal Mu
sic and use of Instrument, per
session$ &c. - . - . . $20
Latin, Freneh-or Italian, -. - - 20
Drawing and Painting, - - - 15
Shell and Wax work, the mate
D rials furnished by the pupils, - - - 5 ()
1 NOTE.-Pupils who return home at the end
of the week and have no washing done at
the Institute will be charged one-third less
REV.. HENRY D. GREEN,
Prcs'f.of the Board.
SAMUEL E. WILSON, V. Pres't.
JAS. E. REMBE RT,
J. . RICHARDSON, JR.
F. J. MOSES,
REV. NOAH GRAHAM,
JOHN A. COLCLOUGH1, Sn.
June 18, 1840. 33 tf
Bradford Springs Female
d INSTITUTE COMPANY.
Notice is hereby given to the Stockholderi
of the Bradford Springs Female Institute
Company, that the first instalment of twenty.
five dollars on each share, wi'l be required tc
be paid as follows--one-half thereof (812.50)
on or before the first of July next, and the
Sothier half thereof, ($12.50,) on or before the
e first of November next.
ra By order of the Pa esident of the Company
t and Boarl* of Trustees,
r D. B. McL AURIN,
Sumterville, May 19, 1840. 31 bt
- The subscriber having just returned from
Charleston with an assortment of BOOTS,
SHOES, Ladies' and Misses' SLIPPERS,
TtES and GAITERS, of every kind what
ever, offers them to the piublic on better terms,
for Cash, than can be had elsewvhere, and so
licits an early call at one door east of Miller
& Bossards Drug Store. Also, the New and
Fashionable slipper for Ladies called TrAY.
C'Allripscswed up without charg e.
Sign of the Boot.
May 23, 1849. 81 tf
Breakfast and Dinner Housc
(Qp Meals always in due sea
son for the Departure of the
PUBLIC PATRONAGE IS RESPECTFTLLY
IIOLCOOMIDE & RICE.
H. C. I.CoM5 BE, Juy1 S'
Z. A. RicE.Juy1 74
All persons having goods shipped to Mid
dleton Depot, will be charged Storage on the
same, (in case they remamn in Depot over
seven (lays after the date of their arrival) and
m i every such instance wvill the storage be
required to be paid before the goods are
B. F. WILSON, Agent.
Middloton Depot, S. C. R. Rt.
June 0 32 1t
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c,
T1he subscribers have just received,
and are now opening, a well asserted
stock, embracing D~ry Goods, Groceries,
Shoes, Crockery, &c., which they wvill
offer for sale at prices to suit the times.
Give us a call and judge for yourselves.
BROW N', LEE & Co.
Sumtervillo 10th July, 1849. 87 tf'
ovirttidf sdndry Burtt N n edi
*'ected, wlHib's sold'alt tad Ciuit House,
6iath'qfirot Monday and. day fowigin
a ext thon lae ho rs
the highest hidder -for Cash, the -ollwing
property. Purchasers to pay fer Ti
Lot and buildings ther-en in
Sumterville,, adjoining lots of '. Miller, A
E Pool, on Liberty street, levied on an Ahe
property of RF Ligon at the suit of s May
HARVEY SKINNER, . S. D.
14 July, 1849.
By virtue of sundry Executions to me di
rected,.will be sold at Sumter: Court 'Houset,
on the first Monday and day following in
August next, within the legal hours :of sale,
to the highest bidder, for Cash, the following,
Persona[ Property. Purcbasors, to- payfor
House' and kitchen, furniture,
13 books, 1 brass clock, I loom, writing desk,
1 reel, set shod mkerg .toblIs,1 grind stone,
corn,- fodder and.peas,- hogs-phd cattle 1l
head of geese, 1 pair cart wheels, lot. bacon,
sugar, and coffee, and plantation' elensils,
some iron and steel, &c, levied on as the pro
perty of C Hunt, at the suits of F J & M
Moses, and Wm Scott, Dunlap & Doby.
To be sold on Tuesday 7th August at Rich-.
-ard Marahalls in Piurt and.part at C-Hunt's
Romnaint of Goods, Wares
and Merchandize, levied on as the property
of James Mack, at the suits of H Stoldard &
Wood, Wm McElveen, E A J Gary, admr'x.
and S S Farrar. , To be sold at Suinterville.
HARVEY SKINNER, S. S D.
14 July, 1849,
Off from the subscriber and supposed to be
on his way to North Carolina, a small sorrel
horse that paces very well, with a small blaze
in his forehead and a blue spot in the corner
of one of his eyes; one of his hoofs is split up
to the hair, and lie is shod on his forefeet. A
liberal reward will be paid for his apprehien
sion by addressing a letter to me at Fulton
Post oflice,.Sunter District, S C.
JAMES B. RICHARDSON, JR.
July 2d, 1819 38 tf
the Post OQtice Suntervile
S. C. Quarter ending the 30th June, 1840.
B-John 'Ballard, W B Brown, Nathaniel
Bradford, Mrs Cnroline Ml Brown, Mrs Susan
M Boyd, Theodore R Berry, C. Birchmore,
Wm Brown, Jeremiah It Brown, E J.Belser,
C-P P Cdoper, Walter J Corbett, J A
Colclougl, J H Culclough, W Canty, Misv
Martha A China.
D-John 0 Durant, L 1H Dinkins, -W J
F--W Farmar, Joigiah Flemming
G-John James Graham.
H--Richard Harrison. Robert I -Holloda'
Dr James C Hicks, J. C Holms, Capt VV
M-Parish McInt7sh, Danil k[cKlevein,
Thos E McFaddiu, Wmn McFarlane, Dr R E
Mellett, James 11 McKnight.
N-John Nettles, Mrs M A Nelson, Thot
Norwood, JaredJ Nelhon, J M Nelson.
P--Mrs M Pool, Draughan H Pool.
R--Daniel H Richbourg, Win Ridgeway
John C Rhane.
8-Miss Sarah R Stiler.
WV-John Wilder, Mrs Ellen Whitmore
Miss Julia AWihrspoon..
HENR .HAYSWORTH, P M.
July 11 37 tf
Drugs and Medicines,
AT CIIARLESTON PRICES.
Z. 3. DeHIAY,
3. A. CLEVELAND,
DRUGGIST AND) APOTilECARY,
NEA RLY OPPOSITE aAAsoNIC nA~tLL,CAjalDEN, 5. C
Takes this method of informing the citi.
zens of Sumter, Darlington, and the adjaceni
country, that hie keeps always on haud,a
fresh and well selectedl stock of
Drugs, Chemicals, Paints, Oils and Dye
Smtl'; Window Glass and Putty,
Pai Medicines and Perfumery:
Soaps, Brushes, Combs and Fancy Articles.
Embracing every article now used in the
Practice; &c. &c.
All of which will be sold as low us articles of
the samei quality can be bought in Charles.
ton, FOR CAsn on CREDIT.
(iTPhysicians, Planters, and Country Muer
chants will do well to give me a call before
Z. 3. D.
Camden, Feb. 21, 1849. . 17 tf
Keep Note of Time,
-F. HOYT respectfully informs his friends
- and the public, that lie has returned from
the North with a now and choice selection of
Goods, consisting of Gold and Silver Watch
es, Jewelry and Silver Ware. Also, a
select assortment of Fancy Articles and
Cutlery, which hie offers as the best ever
received in the District. Terms liberal.
June 20) 34 3t
A T FIVE~ AND SIX CE~NTS PBR LB.
The suibsciiber begs leave to inform the
cit izensof Sumterville and vicinity, that ho
has re-commenced Butchering ; and will
butcher regulamrly twice or three times a
week if requirerd. TUESDAYS, THURS
DAYS and SATURD)AYS are the days he
will Butcher: the p)rices are five and six ets.
if Beef is taken regularly round-if choice
pieces every time, of the round, the price is
eight cents. All perFsons are requested to
have a smiall Book so that the Beef can be
entered in their Book as well as mine.
Juiie 27 JOHN C INA.
Up~jholsterin g and Paper
The sub~scriber respectfully informs the public
that he lias established himself in Sumterville,
and is now prepared to execute aiiy order that
niny be entrusted to his care, with neatnss end
dispatch, to wvi:-Making and repairing Sofas,
Chairs, Louniges, (of every description,) Mat
rasses made to order, and over'y variety of Bind
May 23 mi R LES DzLORME.
Bande ofdnme ;re4~fr191eb1 i
tion ik ihe world, tlian.heenthegleriot
Old'Es.tUsp1hpd and War Neused
L 0 TT E BtB1 0 KERII I
NO. 1Uf-LHT $TREET_
Wio are the first to administr. egcosfp1ly
to the pecunidry necedsitieof Minklndwin,
ning thereby a Famnles CAPITAL PRIZE,
Sellers as unlimited as the circumtiblant air.
MO19 CHEERIMNG RESULTSI
*hespecIal Agen.0 e t un'e tr
Drawo ;n bt e4lPizf
DI?TANT COBRESPONDE NTSONLY
SEE. THIS. 1
810.000, Mbole:ticket, sent to Virginia
5,000, Whole ticket, sent otQ1ws York.
8,000, Whole isket,.ent.to ennsylvapiia
30,000, atilekst,sAht to NortiCarl9'p.
15,000, ialf ticket, sent'to 8outh Carolina'
10,000, Quarter ticket, sent! io 'Pennsylva;*'
8,000,,Quarter ticket, sentto Olaio
5,0)0, Quarter ticket, sent to Indiana.
12,000, Quarter ticket, sent to South Caroll
-9 -Eyery Prize proniptly paid, and on file.
(We again refer tO Managers. Drawings)
OX Far better make an investment at the
Truly Lucky and. Far-Faned-offlce of PY
FER & CO, 'itn' go to California. -
.0-r PYFER & COf give Oold aleridy
Coined and Stamped.
OX. The Majority of .Capittal always sold
by PYFER .& CO.
BANK DRAMF',', payalae 6 i 'sight in
Gold, remitted proinptly to any part of the
United States for Prizes sold by PYFER &
All Communications strictlyconidenlial
OX Reihetnber that the result of thefird
trial has often been a Splendid Fortune! A
little perseverance is sure to realize one.
RICH. AND SPLENDID. LOTTERIES!
for July,' 1849.
Send your Orders to PYFRER 4-.CO.for
Date, Capital No.of Ballots Price of Price o:
July. Pnzes' Drawn.' Tickets. P'ck'gs
2 $75,000 75 Nos 12 .88 60' 827 -
3 22,500 78 14 5 175(
5 20,000 75 - 15 5 15 -
0 " 78 12 .5 -- 185(
7 30, 75 14. 32-3(
.9.5df 12 " 7. i.1: .7.
10 24,'"' 78 13 .5
11 30,. 78 12 10' 8
12. 24,." 75 12 :5'
143 44, -7'S 1.15 5
163 f15,. 75 11 8 27,"
17 '20, 14 5 17"'
18 40, -5 1 w 21
19 20, 66 10. 5.;- 1621
20 .18, 78 13 5 .,'75(
2136f25, " t5 .12 '10 32"
23 26, 78 t5
25 3,". 72' 12 10 32.:.
20 2, , .78. 13 8. 17"
27 0," 75 13 4' 11
28 0," 75.13 - 4" .3
30 25," ' 16 15 - 45~
31 4," 78 13 :5:. 7o
Tic4 ten0, i 7d5 12o 5 17 -
26 22, Manger Prited 17a a4
endorsed byite oPakages ofpoiarte:
(for this purpose) by the Governor of Mary.
land, are in all cases sent to our gorrespond.
Lettera always strongly a, d 1cerefull
s led!. n
The purchasers'- of Packages sof Tickoti
seldom have more than six chances againsl
their 'drawing in a Package any of tiie.Capital
Prizes, and one Ppekage may draw -four ol
the highest' Prizes. Two-thiirds of the Pri.
zes are sol irr Packages of Tickets.
.OX Please: Order a fewv days 'BEroRE the
Lotteries dra v All Orders punctually an.
swered by' the returni mails.
Persons at a distance from Baltimore, whac
wiulh "Fortunea Buckled on their Backs,'
will find that it is only necessary to~ o ncloe
the p rice (as laid down in the above - sched.
ule,) for a Packcageor Single Ticket to the
Truly Fortunate, Far..Famed and Old iEs.
tablished House of
PYFE R & CO.
No 1. LIGanT STREET BALTIIRE MD.
Twenty Dollars Reward'
Ranaway from the'subserbor, on the 26thi 'f
March last, her negro moan DA NIINL , He is
about five feet, 6 inches high, tolerably stout,
his teeth projects a lile In front, he is very black,
about forty years old.- supposed to be' hambored
about Sumitrville. :Any person delivering said
negro to the subscriber, on her plantution, or in
Sumter Jail, wi receive them above rewaid.
28th april, 1849 . 26 . ' 3
SUltTERIVILLE, S. CAROLINA.
The subscriber wvould respectfully inform
his friends and the public generally that he
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 wvonid further sadd, that the
ocation of his House is such, as ent-irely sub..
serves both business and quiet. A trial is all
Jan, 8, 1849. 11 -.tf
CALL AT THE
Fisher & Hoxie
Receive weekly by steamers faom
Additions to their extensive assortmnent of
and are always prepared to-furnish the latest
Sigles at satisfactory prices. -
C(olpmbi,Juneo .3 32 Om
1,400@ SHGARS fe Sale ,~ ,
D r h ge 1- -,
rpt'oilat)y te' .
. order thea of - r
To Travse11~ ~re e rU
TH~E G EA MAI[ koOd .
LEAVING'th6 WIa birfa thie fo fl~au
the Southrn car' via WLMINGTO
WE DO , N-C. PE
MON~Dfto , AMI X/II
3The lubli4';is respectfull einfrmedthat
the starp hs .ie Cherleston~i
Wilmingtonptre ii itate .gjdifgn,an
are naviated b' weI~ knwpard ne~ -
der, thereby securing both safety luddia teh
As Hr~iG TC ~aig a
beejn operaiion is now Conpued.a aw
manent arangemnent frortiialrleotn t
Phihidep~hid. P I
ye. thereof, -will have -th9 .ptid. witherto
continue without delay thrjugh :the routa:ora
otherwise, to stop at any of thoinermediate
points, rdiewing theis seats n hie i , t i
suit thieir convaniiened: By~this route trn
lerkp may reach-Nw. York nthi: thildtdaly
during business hours. 'Bagge wiahe
ticketed on board the Steamer to .as
likewise on the~ change of cat'Isdth : uter
mediate poi:nts from: thericostohilad4idha.
Through Tickets toPhilaudelphia atS~9each,
can be had fron I, WI NS OW 6Ae
the Wilmington and Ralei a'R. R ma
at 'the otliceof th' ompn otd
street,.to wham please appiy. For othi n
formtion iguie of5
At the re cri vial Ch esNTon
M.y9 04 ;;1$,;j
Vrofessor of M'dtisic, of %!
&c. hr. b.isj sessed o lb ript he that
fadtory estimoas tegr in
-haracterq. muxWa ions can be q
ed toheb -curiof- Mir. sa.et n -nc
streetAMharlestoai S;Ce. n >~4~'
A pril;8. - K3C Wu
bThe subscrqjw 'J.tise othie nioet dai
fhoing'ljpia. iePnass,nd ?JlAblio tiis
puhrchhsed the' RUG.S19 ei~?
Cleveland, -whrele w i"
attontin ad idntalit evideiavbsr~pto~
th merit a continuance of their p
Camide, Fe:i. ii1, . 49 Pt lt
t-9 " T"VTanne no.,
uthp subscriber keeps : cona thegy 913p
a full-supply of Train Oil 'ofxlqu)y
whIch he -offerie for' sale -b~t gi6)o
quntiy at ceducedi pri esJ t 'n fl drto
Spavin, Bi' Jaw,' F" dern rains'
Strains, Sl)nrts, Wind Gal Us,' ti
String aa T, EPal &i&d
having been appointed Agent forilk
I would call the attention ofaAuth-Itand
deaer in horses theimportaeeo
ing it alwiays at hand. -
Z.Jv DF Y.'
Nearly Opposite naarivdlLa
Camnden JUne3 1st, 1849 d
SPRING AND 8UE '
Town a ha, flS~ tas
tri hts and Lee's Pili;. Rocli.eM "1i Z
tin. Hoopiig tough atip g' gy p
tha, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.&c &c.. f AlPor
which may oie had fre..anagenuit
Camden June 1st, 1849. A
F, SUMJ S"ja
B R OA D SBT. ,Ee if4
May10, 18409 . 29l h:
The subscribei rsplot'fl niY o
the publicrthat, he e tle on e.'b0i,,i-,
king Buisiness 'in ti~al 'variqus bran #'~
hopes by 'untirintnm he ry'd"t lo
business to merit a'share'of the-~
his frieil, and the publid~
N. B.,--He. avill kee~n$
hend-lancy and Plain. i b~
ing Bureaus, Side-boa'rds lP~a...
nly WIardrobessh~hI i d i6V
myce Bod-steade . faibtga hp O~t
taeSitting ' sairsi of 6 iJ
Mahogay R nga nid Nisi
Boston .1o kers and Nqrsin ,t
Candle stan Is,dic&.&cwAgdtot
tresses, which they:will Aql osh for)
ED at the shortegt totice.
Bed-steades,;ittit~W ~iiii ~- ~"