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AN ENGLISIHMAN's-OPINON OF AMEIRICA.
*Mackay, in his recent work en this country,
-says "that America is the only pover unearth
that Great Britain han to dread." It is not
the political or military power of tie United
States that the British Governme tt has to
dread, qecording to Mr. Mackay, but the "sil.
-ent and unostontations operation of nature,
:and the progressive achievements of art on
-he continent of America."
A pleasant anecdote is related by Richards,
of Dean Swift, who, when his servant apolo.
gazed1for not cleaning his boots, on a journey,
because they would soon be dirty again, di
rected hint to get the horses in readiness im
vnediately; and, upon the efllow's remon
strance that he had not eaten his breakfast,
that it was of little consequence, as he would
soon be hungry again.
An article in Blackwood's Magazine says
that at least 25,00I0 persons perished by fa
mine in Ireland in 1847, in consequence of
the iss of the Potato crop, notwitlstanding
-ie British Government expended fifty mil
lions of dollars in purchasing food for the Imp
tilation. and extensive donations wore receiv
ed from abroad.
WNVIr rr CosTs.-Foreign capital in Eng.
iish'securities has, it is calculated, been in.
vested to the amount of $22,000,0(0, in con.
.sequence of the disturbed state of Europe
during the last eighteen months.
Sun-MAntINS PLACn.-We are informed
by out friend of the Eyastport, Express that the
company formed in this city for the purpose of
raising the relics of the British brig Plumper,
-are likely to be successful. 'T'hey have been
at work but a short time, and have already oh.
tamed quite an amount of specie, together
- with sundry other valuable articles. It will
be recollected that the Plumper was lost near
Point Lepruez,during the last warwith (reat
Britain, and contained specie to the amount
of $175,000 for the put pose of paying ofr sol
diers. Mr. Favor says he had the pleasure
of seeing one large bag of the dollars on his
way up.-Boson Bee.
NEW IAMPSHRE RAILoAD.-The Cran
ite State is working boldly in the construc
tion of Railroads. No less than 22 lines, of
the length of 834 miles, are in progress; and
as the expense of construction and equipment
is estimated at $:30,000 a mile, the total cost
will be $25,000,0(00; a pretty good round sum
for the citizens of New Hampshire to pay.
The New Hampshire Legislature at its re
lent session, proided that after the second
Tuesday in March next. the day of the Sate
election, no liconse shall be granted fer the
sale of liquors, except for medicinal or me
VIOLENT PnIEACHING.-A little boy being at
a sermon, and observing the minister very ve
hement in his words and boldily gesture, cried
out, 'Mother why don't the people let the man
. out of the box!" Then I entreat thee behave
thyself well in preaching, lest men say, truly,
this isJack ina box."-(Simple Cobbers Bo'y,
How NA-rhnua.-"Nave you tuade choice
of a profession!" inquired a young lady of a
gentleman, who was endeavoring to do the
agreeable. "l," replied the young gentle
.man, "am a journeyman shoemaker." "Gool
" heavings!" exclaimed the lady apparently
much disgusted, al thought you wereto be a
. Censuas of Sunnier District.
Free white Inhabitants, heat Co. No. 3,
Lower Bat. 44th Reg't., S. C. Militia Com
manded by Capt. Conyers.
Andrews, Chas M 5 MrColly, James I
Andrews, Stephen 3 McElveen, Phillip 1
Andrews, Hiram I McEiveen, I)il
Brunson, M D 9 McDonald, Wm WV 6
t Brunmby, Thos 4 AMcDonald, Ann 2
Bracher, Daniel 5.Mcl)onald, It 1) I
Bryant, Mary 2 McCauley, Geo J 3
Barwick, Eliza'th T 5 Nichols, Simeon 2
Bryant, Harriet 1'Platt, David 3
Bartlett, I, C 3' 'rovost, John 2 I
Boswell, Warren 1?Rich, Charles A 1
Blackwell, E B 8 Richardson, Wesley I
Barfield, W A 41Richardson, J W 8
Bell, Lazarus 4fRichardson, Mary I
Burgess, J C 4.Richhumrfh, Rt 1H 4
Bryant, Lorenzo 5 Ridgell, Napoleon 4
Butler, Jas M 1;ltidgellI, Monroe 3
Butler, WV F 4 Rtichbourge, F I
Brogden, B F 1 Rhodus, J G 1
Barwick, Jno J 6 Ridg'eway, James 2
Brogan, J B-. 3:fRailield, Elizabeth 4
Bryant, Wtmm 8 Richbourghm, Thos 5
Bryant, Wright 4 Rtichhiourghm, Henry 4
Bryant, Elias 6 Rmiboumrghm, Unity 8
Blradhrm, LI) 5; Richhlourghm, A bi;lh 5
Blanchard, Nancy 3lichmbourgh, iI F 2
Brunson, Willis 2 Ridgeway, Wmi 8
Brunson, Oliver 1 Ridgell, James 2
Brunson, Elizabeth 4 Rodgers, John 2
Byrd, Rebecca 2 Richbourgh, Albert 3
Brunson, Sand 5 Ridgell, Robert
Benbow, WV W 2dRowe, WV J 1 3
Blenbow, M Ml 4: Rhamne, Warren 4
Connell, Keepsy 1 Richhbourghm, WV W 4
Cullen, P WV 1 Rhame, Sarah 4
Cockerell, John 9fRhame, Wmn 2
*Carpenter, WV ft 5 Sullivan, SamI WV 3
Conyers, Martha B l1Singleterry; Wn 3
Cobma, Charles 2tScarborough, HI R 9
Cobia, John 7jShorten, D~avid G 1.
*DuBose, E G 4tSukes, T1 Rt L 5
DuPre, James 5 Stuces, F M 1
Davis, J J 1 Steadham, Wmr J 7
Davis, Thomas D 10 Sourhavior, M Hi I
*Davis, Edward B 4tSheppard, John5
Davis, 'rhos J M 4 Shorter Harvey Rt 6
.DuBose, Richard A 1 IStukes, Joseph 5
Dyson, Jno A 8 Thanmes, Jno C 7
Davis, J J 2 Timmoons, Alex'r 1
Davis, W A 81'Tibmmons, Wmn 4
Fryerson, J C l1Thames, J L ~ 7
Frankum, Wm 1 enant, Joshua K 4
1Hodge, B J 1 T'isdale, Ransom S 8
Hlodge, Irby 1 Tlouchmberry, Hugh 9
Hill, N H 5 lI'immnons, E E 4
Holliday, Caroline 5 Thal~mnes, Thmos S 6l
Marvin, Rt A M 7j'rhigpen, John 7
Hlarvin, Jas R l$Tiummn, Trhos :3
Hlolliday, Rt J 3(TFindal, Jan S 2
3Humphmery, John 9';hmes, Chas C 7
'Haycock. Rachol 4t'lhames, R It 9
.June, Jno F 12 Thames, Rt M I I
fyroe, Peter 7 Tin;rdal, H1 P 6
.1Jennings, Robt B 7 Ti'n-lal, SamI S 6i
.Jennings, Timothy IlTiniker, John 3
.Jennings, Henry 4,Thames, Elizabeth 6
jarns, Wm A 5 Thames, James 5
Johnson, Eleanor 101 Wise, James 6
Jones. Mary 3IWilder, Hliram 3
Kelly, Middleton J &White., Agnes A 6
Keetter, Charles E 7FWilder, Wm S1
Kelly, Cynthia 21 Wise, John M 8
Lloyd, SamI 41 Walker, Eliza 3
Lesesue, Wm C 3jWhite, A M 3
Lloyd, John 2Whitehmead, N M 1
* Jlod,tJoseph 2%Walker, Benj 1
M 7c 'den., J S 3: -.
DIED-In Sunterville,S. C., on the after
toon of the 9th inst., after a protracted illnues.
Which ase bore with christian resignation, Ms.
EtIzA M, !1tLLtR, onseort of )r. J. I. Miller.
To seet her, was to respect'her-tho be ucquain.
ted with her, was toadmire her,-to be inittato
with her, was to love her, Diignitiel, Without
being haughty-scrious without being anstere
resorved, without being relisiivO-activ Withs
out boing ostentatiotte, she Inovcd quietly atuadily
and usefally along the p'tthwty of life. she
illustrated in Vi most striking manner the passinig
beauty of that chief ornament of a pions female,
via-"a meek and quirt spirit, which is in the
sight of God of great price."
But sho has left an earihly home for an he a'im.
ly-tho church militant-or th. chtrelh trinn
phant. iusband, parents, brothers, sisters anti
friends weep, but they "sorrow not as others
who have no hope," It was remarked by a
judicious and experiences( christian friend, who
saw her a little anterior to her tenth--"it was
a privilege to be thero"-wbtut a glorious con
met:ary upon the ell'ents of tru' gostIhnes, in
the most trying hour upon earth! "Mark the
perleds man, till behold the upright; for the end
of that man is peate,"
SONS OF TEMPERANCE,
Bishopville Division No, 25,
The second Quarterly Meeting of this
Divisiotn will be held at the Prsbytrrian
Church in this place on N:turday the "1st. of
September next at 1.2 n'clock, M. ()n
which Occasion a T.ruly will present a Bible
to the Division,
The Public are respectfully invited to at
tend the Meeting.
WIl..1A 1i ROisitS. Ic'g. 1?. *S.
Tishopvillc, 14 Aug.. 18.19. 4:1 2t
Bishopville Division No. 2.3, Sons of Tem
perance. will hold its Public Meeting on Sat
urdaV the Ist day of Septenber. I'hll
members of the Sumter Division 'vencrallv
are earnestly reiuested to attend on thsit
R. Al. DYSON, It. S.
Aug 22 43 1t
WILMINGTON AND MANCIllMS'')R
The subscribers have opened borls for
receiving subscriptisons of stock i t le Wil
miing;ton and Manchestr Itail lloini, at thse
oflice of James I). Illansdinigr, ;s1.
JAS. D. 1L.ANDIING,'
WV. A. MIUI.DitOWV.S uri;.
Sumterville, '20 Aug., 1819. 43 tf
Rail Road Notice.
The Subscribers to the W ihnington anid
Manchester l:,il oItiad, resiling in Stuinter
District are hereby notified that C'apt. James
1) ilanding, and Varren A. Miuldrow have
been appointed Agents, to receive any and
all instalmtents now lue or which will icosie
due hereafter and give receipts fur the samte.
.1l IN MelItA\l,
Treas. 11. and 31. R. R. (Ci.
Wanted to Hire 100 Hands,
To work on the Itil liad; tlies' l:uis
will bet emplved out in the l'ine woods until
after frost, when they will he placed sn the
side of the itiver swamp, the work is ail high
and dIry, and the hands will be supplied with
an abundance of wh!so ute teid and drv
tents. Wages good, ad paid in Csrih III, mntli
ly, or as the o'wner mayiv prefer.
Enquire of C. S. Alellett on the work near
Mlanchester, or of the subscrilber, in Suimter
ville. D. B. MeIl.Al(iltIN.
Aug. 20. 1819. 43 If
Wanted to Hire.
A G;ood Coosk, Washier and I ronter. A pll
at this ntliie.' '
Aug. '22, 1819. d13 t i
The subsncribier woul state for the bensefit
of thme publlic, thait he wvill hauli fromt time M il
dleton Depoit tos Simntervs lit, by lihe'/oad
(either four horse or two hsoisrse Wa gon) at
18 3.4 cents per hiiundreid.
The Stubsc'ribser is now preptared to nmke
At the shortest notice, and at C'harlstoni
Aug. 21 da t
400 pounds Leaf Lard,
6i bushelsu large ONIONS, for sale liy
Aug 22 l.. . 11 IA N1K.
Is herebsy given, that applic'ationi will bei
msasde to thle I .sgislat ure' at its next sess' ni,
for ant Act of Ilocorpouration fs r isarmon;~ssi
Chuirch. ( . 1.( 1W~e I -lN
A ug 21, 18149- 43~ :Im
A pplication will lime to the ILeirislst uire
at its next Xessjisn oi ucuise the ilid knsowii
as the State Ibsiad fromt ,rots's to, Vancsiro
1Ferry, ain alsio, to, sipeni the sits! 1ls:is leadmiii
from Stotts Ia ke' to Vantcs's Ierry as neajr ini
the old1 Vaness Ferry Risaad as is piracitblt.
Clarenmdon C ounty 1:1 A ug., '14. :3m
App~licaition1 will be imale toi the I.'gishi-.
ture at. it. next Ssssin, foir ai lbsrad, riuning
eastwardlly Iromti the C liremonit Ieo toi~i' tsh'
Hoard Com,'rs Rsoads.
Aug. 13, 1849- d12 3mi
JTust receivesd anti for salte Itiw for cansh bsy
Aug JOlHN O)'CON Nt .
6 Dozen Townsend's Sarsa
pariltk, just receivedI and for state at
MEL.T1rETT'S nnrUO meTnE.
Land at Bradford Springs
AN ELIGIBLE SUMMEiR tIESI)ENCE.
The Sttbscriber oflers his it ract of Iid at
Biradford Spring- con.itimi in t ill uf 2ui
Acres, sittiated in a North I :isterly direct ion
fron the Institule on th3 public road leadiir
from the Swinilining' 'ens to C.unden, adjoin
mng tlie lands of the lustitute arni .lr. F. lrit
ten. On Ihe premiises are several very hold
Springs, (Sulpher. c .flvbralt and vx: (.int
drinking water springs) and: frnm its coiin
I nnln positionl would 11)rm1 an eli~riih ril.
for a hoteh a well Is private reriltenlCe.
The l8:llbrity of its cliite Io its t well klpowin
to nteed comnitint. .-\11.] 1h6! lanl Ifor phI:uning
in alt good if 1ot stiip-rifir tot a iunajort at IVirman.
A1. sit- he :dioiningll ltraIt 1I4.~ :Ie'reS, 411
which is a dwInaelbng lit1is' h :atl rIf: btahha:iloo.
'terms -ow. Ior 'urt he.r pat i.uL ars ei 114r
of' (', t l , (ilt\I .
or of lil!O\\'N, I.:li & ().
0111mterville A ner, 15, 1 "1'. . 1.i
1..t or iniihid, a pn:nissar. Nolte O' fort y
eight ilollhr, da:ed s;me ino in Jl '1 11,
and tanado pa ;kale to Wa 'diini \chh or het':arer
fin the lirt J;n 18.1,-a-ani signed't by T. I..
Joans antI \\'i11::1 E. M:\lln, the 6inal1r n-:l
please, deli ver 1i11- saan to fit(-, it will h
of no belleit tit h.m1, as the ptayiaet. of thw
s:aiaae laa lueen l rtt.
1.;. I:. 1'1,0\\' 1)I I.
-\ ti Iv d I '
I1 h1idI for tIh pni-hh:'se of Neiro), of
either sex. Apply to
('ahniiiiaa, S. ( ' ~ ., I- s 9.
Bagging, Rope and Twine,
I0 pa Pr.. -1 iin. I lt a11 , 1 -up. ar na e ,
:11 (.fills liop ,
1(0 ihas I:agd ing2 Twine, for iah' h
W11l. \\' l: l l l.
Camden Branch Rail Road
O:t ni : fr ih' LhIh imst., th 11.\S-SEN.
GI 'i' .\lN w-il hnave 'the .\hi-labIletan
lDepot fin \1.1nd:1ys, \ 11:1-dax, amd F-ri
days, at :1 o'ewkl , 1'. ,I., in .e.l 1 l I i.)
as now mwri-e'
Rail Road Notico.
():1 T111'.! a'- :.! I l'I;a! d , th r,- w;':1 he' a
rit h: car a11ai1 had1 to th! p-asa1seini r 'Tr'".
le tar ('ha:tr-i tonii foar (": 1.'1, r 1111 pmi'
poase if c:irryin t ('(-:, :.i: other peri-1tl e
ariie!es. Ihe ahiw arrlaln~.l.'-nt tat coltlint'
duringr the: tutovn r u:onths.
N. 1). ii.\L,1:\, .\gr't.
A in?. 15 -t fi
.'L 'AI1 D.
Reynolds & Reynolds,
I have tli -lar ass. ,ciated \\'.11. I.. ItE,:\'
)L.)S nith ie ;n tiil pr':wt t hif E-.N -
1ir. IalNitr o.: Il Ite! nay pupid faor tie
past tiour yt a r, :an I ctnt:a,-.m h:1i1 witlh ca:t
tidenlce ta the ao:miilinity.
T i a'l it ;ra t1.1a1 .Ial - r r
ly :.t illy Olii, on lie "ted, .:n4..r the
aiaove :I;nne and .vle.
\\'-;1. I 1- \'.N()l.DS.
An . 15 1! ti
" 1 is ilialiitt itI etasi t: , 1 .1 ' ly t r -
lf~r . t il 11 1 al ,:a .1 ..t I tar :..
!at. i igt lilal ittaaa irhi !t .Laas Ka It. ,ri
per".a1 w.11roI . 1-. to d . of s, b. p-oph ,
scri:r at tiundae ra' :c S. '.
T . .1. 1I,.N K I NS .
ar t lat f -in'r -a - ..: .< a 0 ~
tn othatlib.- 1tlatwl b. al a,! r aa tat' j., at
liin. hig ahiast htialah-r fr ('sh -I i te feallow.'
propertyl'. l'urchlaa-ar- tat ;aay aor ith.
I-: l' al, oan I..baar:y a-?rea', bt. a -d i -s
praaperty atf it 1' l.'.tpa at iii'- tat ', Al a.
(Oii' t rat ol' ~)ItI a 0ore uint
ta.r ttii. Th lani., . i th 1 saa a- Ji. al. aIaaa at
if 1'ta ! i alj . a- ila . a a1 a. a!
.la-.aa \.amae.,: th *at a: jt i l Ii .
in ,-a-ni, :alytaiia- h:ais tat \l;..a\rt, -a.
to ata tijhei o.t ai ('. a r\ . tI'i a. tr :o I -.
in tlaraaiaain, adlaaiumaea lrial- t.:. linm:.Ia ae
hiatat\\'. IL .\. l.In-hara la.d~atta upon ; m..
pro. -iy oa . \.i.lrs..r ,a h- rj
(i 110a ra t a.rI-l .1 ' i t I n?' ra ' bXI l
ali \\'. I.. Itl-tn ti, b.'w. I. u:.ao ta- t . r.,
pJtyl\ a\\'mi. I lais at thp sta aa A .\. j ..
-oaas, taar a'.
10E .\u.. I - 19.
a. y it' a: auoiliry t1:n-coniot. Ia mile a
ra'ated, w.':l b h at li tiamiair ('.aiat I lit-a ,
Ian Ite lir., .\Ia linday mat1ala. a I..h.w in
ahpteinbeir neaxi, u. it hii ni the.Lrea hours. aaf al',
.1 liaar trs, ltijtlaaa~ar tat ;isa t|ai,
proet y a l .\ ta .\ l \\'hat-, at lt- tuit of I' lI
(:ayla, TIha.- || arltwel,. I. \\'hin-, .Xla1 -mroi
(1 J ('hailbe~ :atil t. .\na ni , - 1 a-:, an
atea'iedin a. theaaa XlrpetyfJns' lr,
ptrapearty oft Johnat ;\ (ailclaouigh, it'l., atth
I i\l \'-:\' SK N N Il,S. S I).
10 .X- n !-10p
SONS OF TEMPERANCE,
Sumter Division No. 12,
The regular Weck/y Mvelitg of this Dini
.siagn will be held on II'ednes lay 'reening
next, at their Hall at 8 u'clock.
R. Mf. )Y.SON It. 8.
Stttlut erville, S. 9. 1) ly
School for IMiantien or Main
T2:te Sasa!.ititt f0)' bana~cing
M r. 13 fRi(i t respectfully infertn" per
sons airers t'o Ilancittg th-It ie ptirpos.:s
opening a Sa .I.ool on1 aiicih (.ither in
Silitterville or inl the neighborhood) in Which
all that is nite itlit'nttilble t) ie knouwn to
movie with grrce and untemibarressed bit gen.
ral or cx lt ed society, will be taught. As it
wu t! lie too lung here to enutnterate even a
slullall patrt of w,vat is taught durinr a course
on Ni etion,'. AIr. 11, ht I prospectius Whieb
uniiy Ibe irol by applying at China's h otel.
u ..- ]I r. It., w onhl particillai lg c li the
-i en',t oun the trustees Of schools to the
iNe W A D'ia'am'eifellt.
T Ih-'t'b l''b:r b~gs leave ItI~ mfrmi Ils
fris.'i in S mtiervile and vicinit't , that as
his ppnt itenitt ini the lee' businesstm Ctinuiies
to liutclher on the s-oss' days that he does, that.
he will change to MONIhAYS, VEL)NIFS.
I.\VS :tin(td S.\'1JIti)A,8 are the days ie
will iht ther: tit prices are five and six ets.
ti 11'l'"1 is ta ken regularly round--cif choices
[ e' ev'ry timer, otft the mind, the price is
t:;t itnts. A: i persons are roelieptestl to
haIv a : till lliook so th'it the lieef cani be
en1tred :n their lleokl aN well nas inne.
l"t 'M .OIlN ('Ii INA.
Time is Money I
T('he stbl'criub'r having ptrchased the right
f' It tittsur''ieit Salitn's Itate':tt Wastig
achin * hit this I)Istri I, t'l pject filIy callns
huht attenionm of the pulblc to thieml. I-' r
cnvenie'nce, implllic'ity and. uitihity, it stands
inasutrplia:ss"I by any taclhine of that descrip
t.onlt Eor itveitedl, as it will when under.
s: w-h evr'rv artie!e clean, without inju.
rv sit m one-ba;rth the timeul taken by any
other mnode. Mlaututeitured by
1). S. A RG.N'T.
Ssmuterv'al. S. C'. 41 if
) It (100IS
In Charleston, So, Carolina,
('.& E. L. K1R RIS)N, 200!) King street,
coirn'tr (ii Market street, will ofFr to Mer
chl..nlt", visiting C'h-tiestonl, this fall, '1Tll
('1111 'T STOCK O1' 1AN(Y ANI)
Sl'A\l'1.1: Il)RY; GOJ)S th-It has ever been
sti 't''i r initij ion in this City. 'I'iev in
rtu i :ml eaintat.: and assure their friends
S.nI 1 tr:-i tors - n'terally, that their irices
ill cotmpar favorably iith any Market in
the United States.
Terms, Cash, or City acceptances.
\ nu . I. I ti it. ~ 41 8t
\ill ti . a id for ithe apprehension and de.
liryto the .laer 'of Stuter lbstrict, of a
da . nnne, .00the properlty of Wmi. \\elbb
I y , u ho .s'capd frm ruisttl. near States.
h+1r'h, in th eii ins'., while being tbroright
ts Ira TiI t slave eistabot 2( ior 21 years of
geo, .1 viery lilely felliw. lie was cthar-ed
wt h 0Ihe crnit: of sure-!etalkmtg and rubling
the'ro:'r'om ,-His :notl mn eyu~.
In or'l.r lint he msay le brogli t to trial, I
w p;! y -tHe abso re.nt'rd fior his delivery to
Ii .1 .i ir ti t .S or :my other I)istrict, so ihat
hu urI. he du:t witha the latw reetuirss.
''. .T. COGill.A N.
.1n"y '"!:, I" l:. ;E9 tif
Z, B, OAKES,
BROKER & AUCTIONEER,
'II. I I.L E'ST o, S. (.
h i.ln- toS pturchse, for as PlIantation isn
\~t (I NGt NlEsi t'X-4 of either 'ex; this'
in-i w~'en tI..s <.ii 141 ane 2) psreferredi.-~.
l':rs nslovn' .stih tir'pe'ty to ispottse of
u il ' It a C~."11 p urchtasert Isy appljy.
,%/I'ts. i |E'I A.'|/Wp, fhuek ,S'(ok,
e(., b/i'.l/(it nde.id onl ('omixion.
Th'I ' ah -r' 'tI-r respec tilly itanors the
p I ha h; r n!;in's l Id,~ng, at is sabl
In is I:-wl -'treet nea';r .\lasin. liread ariti
:sl v ie t ' : i-'.mey.' (ake, Liisensits tand
t'rn:mainem iv len hiande.
A ~ ss---Rciveds lhau~ dya cst altnt esipply of
nbish'isci'Ihrastved St )l).\ WATI-R and a
-unly of? Is's froit 'h lirle''tont.
HI ' 1 ilI**\E.\ 1. everyr va;ri'tv of' Cnfee-'
I 'nasr\ , t-'ti, ~Nattr' andi 'Trnopical, Nts,
Il'e c \ r:.5 h-s, eli' 5". e' uico s'tatly~ (5n ha.l
a I' 1) N'I of.ii the' bst brsix s 'for sale.
1 liNlt''ONN lt
('i1.\ ETON, S. C.
Ii i sn hIs~e'i's thi i'ruoprietosrs eof this ex.
is-Ie :.n l u s! i kn.'tn estIabeislhmtent, siub.
a5~ its el 4555s wi th coniilenetis s to ubbe stip.
Pirsl .t .- lisd I hsat t heir e tibrts wyill resnder
comfor:;:is; all whos 5may fauver thorm with a
Upholstering and Paper
I I.\N( ING.
that hs' has e'tstahsshed hiseslf ini Sustrviile
ui a snsw preptareds toeetn any ordeur tht
ii;, y i be' ent u se to Isis carns, with netnsts anid
di -(ehs. tso w's:- alkingj andi re'pairingt Sofaee,
C 'hit r:, I-enit t'esi, (sef every dsscriptions,) alstat
'assinh to order, andu eviery variety ofC hlsand~
.\ suapsrier lost of WesNtern Bacon for sal
be ('J.AI &e r .E 1 Srw
MURDEROUS ASSAULTS I
leavy Rewards Offered I
'The terrible -tnslaught hourly growing
more devastating in its character to the treas
uries nf both the State anti tUuntractors of
Lotteries1 by the Lticky Tickets b*ughtof the
' i key- Fo-tunate anad Farainalod
LOTTERY AND IXCHANG
PYFER & CO,
Ns U1 LiGlT S'ItREET,
3A LTIsttE , lMD,
is the isatie itj a suOlkth pledge made by this
Ilouse wt ith a lagnatnimity and self-sact'ifi
emng ittut:est coetital[ With the giurits cause
they have espoused, not to abate One "jot or
lit"' their labouis until l'ovcrty, that galnt
Tyrait tiver the desires of the IlH 1tMAN
F'AilliV, shall be ferretted [1llh "root and
branch," from the abodes of all tvho enter
taittnig a proper ees)t ul theiorjust dlaimts up-.
on "l)atte t:ortune ' disireij to possess Iiches
the Only itmpregnable bulWark against the ein
croachtrimels ui Wan0
tl'A) TIJE TESTIMONY 1
Pifer c4 Co., rcrsus Poerty.
A single order Inay secure a IFt'rtunes
11E 0IIEER1IN lES TS!
AT PYFElt & CO'S.,
LOOK 1h1ER COIltRISPONDJ.NTs 1
Iriery Trite sold and Paid b! l'yter 4' Co.
U-- A l.A1)V drew the highest ['rise.
$2"x,00(0, Vhole ticket, stld to a Voing lady
in Itbleigh, N. C.-(a good marriage por
tion for her.)
P1.000, I I:lt ticket, sent to North Car.lina
15,1t0t, lalf ticket, sent to Virginia.
9.01110, half ticket, sent to North Carolina.
8,0)0, 1Half ticket, sent to Virginia.
30,000, Quarter ticket, sent to Pennsylva
21,000. Quarter ticket, sent to South Caroli
17,00), Quarter ticket, sent to Ohio.
7,5(10, Quarter ticket, sentt to (Hilo.
4,500 Quarter ticket sent to So. Carolina.
( A hWen s see Mllanagcrs Ogficial Draring.s)
(iT Every Prize sold by us is kept on file
after being paid, for the inspection of the
BANK DRAFTS, payable at sight in
Gold, remitted promptly to any part of the
ited States for Prizes sold by PYI'FER &
A U Comium unications strictly cmtfidenti 4.
:,r' 0.'onrs directed to "Box 524-lialti
tore 'ost O1lice." will come to hand safely
without any other address.
Orr Let every one who reads this alver
tisemnent test the virtue of at least One 'T'rial.
One failure can do very little harm.
GRAND i.OTTEIIES FOIL AUGUST, 1849
Always address the Lucky House of
PYFI R 4. CO.
Date, Capital No. of Drawn. Price Price of
Aug. Prizes. lallots ''ick. P'ck'gs.
1 831.00) 75 Nos 1: $10 i:3-2 50
2 25,000 78 13 5 17 50
3 18,000 78 1: 5 18 50u
4 30, " 75 12 11 .3250
05of 12 " 78 13 8 27 '.
7 20 " 75 12 6 18 50
8 30, " 1: l3 10 27
1) 20, " 78 12 5 18 75
10 15, " 75 11 4 15
11 50, " 78 10 10 45
13 25, " 61i 19 8 25
14 22,500 78 14 5 17 50
15 Sf 20,000 75 12 10 42
16 22, " 78 13 10 32 51
17 18, " 75 1.1 5 16 25
18 80, " 78 13 10 3.2 50
2d 25, " 75 15 8 25H
21 24, " 78 13 5 18 50
22 30, "' 78 14 10 82
23 3of t), " 72 131 5 10 25
241 l1,5t0 78 15 4 13
25 65,1 t 0 75 141 20 03 50
27 ;i0, " 78 12 10) 32 5~0
28 20," 75 14 5 10 251
2!) ;1M " 78 13 10 ;1->
:10 :l0, " 75 12 5 11 51)
'3l 21), " 78 14 5 17 50
Lu' Tlhe price of l'ackages of Quarter
'1Ticke:s only, is adlvertised atbove.
I. C The A:muagers P'ritnted Drawingfs,
erud rse'd byv thle ca:nimissioners appointiied
(lor thits piurpose') by the Governor orf3 lary.
landl, are itn all cases sent to our Corresp~nd.
l~i' Letters always strongly and carefully
Tlhe putrchlaslers of' P'ackaig of Tickets
soiiubom havie oire than six chlantces agaoinst
t hi'r dtrawitng in ai lt'kage atny oifthe ( apital
P rizes, anti one Pac kage may draw tou r of
he high est I rizes. Tfw'-t i rds of thet Pri
zes are uohl ittn 'ac.'kages oft Thickets.
U i I 'lease Order a iew daiys iu-:ous th e
I .'tternies draw. All Orders purc'.ually ani
sweredl by the ret urn muails.
Pe'rsonls at a distance fromi Iiltimuore, wholu
wishi "F"ort ute Buck led on their Backs,"'
will tintd t hat it is only niecissary to entclo'se
the pirice (as hid diiow in in thei above sched
iihe.) for a Package or Sitngle Ticket to thte
Tlru'ly"Fortunatoe, Far- Famed and Okd Es.
tabbohedl House of
PYFER & CO.
No I. [*wwr S-rn:r B tm.lonr MI).
Or, Box 5241, llaltimore Post Ollice.
S1'YTERfVILLE, S. CAIROLINVA.
'The subscriber woulId respc't fu lly iilnorm
hiis trienids andl thle publ ic: generalIly t hat heti
lhas openied tor their acconiioatiiiion a Iliouse
of Enitertainmenctt iln thisa latce. lie solicits
a share of' public patronage, and1( promnises to
spa re nto pins1 itn order to) imerit anld securi o
the' s'amie. Ie wonuld further adid, t hat the
orat in aof his liuse is such, as ent irely sub
si'rves both biusitiess and quiet. A trial is all
J an, 8, 1849. 11 U
Dry Goods, Groceries, & c.
Th'le subiscribers~ hav~e just rceciv.ed,
anud are now o~pting. a wielI assor tedl
stockcti emricing I)r iGo(Iods, Grioceriis,
Snioes. Crocy, &c., which they will
otler for sale att prices t) suit the'timecs.
Give us a call anid jndge for yoturselves.
B1ROWVN, LEE & Co.
Sumlervilln toh intn-y 1on9 o7 t
Reduction of Local F&I4 an tae
South-Carolina Rail Roads
From the 29th JUNE to the ibtOCTOBEI%
1I11. lard *ill .be reduted %to "'THREB
CENTli" p)ot-il .t any station on the
Road. This will ,ccbrd with a sittlilar ar
rang anent of the deotgia and Western and
Atlantic Rail Roads and Will therefore s'us
perstde the Dalton, Itotin anti Athens Ticks
etst as heretofore issued.
t30 fit Vtn. R. BAIRTLESS; dec'rf.
To Travellers going Nortli.
TIIE GREAT MAIL ROUTB FROM
UHM tLIlMI'ON, 1. t,
LAyING the Wharf at the fact of Laii.
renttst. daily at 3, p. in. after th arrival of
the Southern. carst via WII.IINV1'tN and
WVEf.DOtN, N. C. PITPEREISHUR G, RICH=.
MOlNI)1 to V.S)JllN(i''ONT DALT'l.
M ultle antd 11tLAD11E L1IIA.:
The ptshhec is res~pectf'illiy inibrme tlditt
the statteamrs of thiis line fot Charleston tit
Wilibiitiglothl i r ini fitst rate r:outditiim, atitt
are tlavigated Iy well known and bkpe1ehetd
curtattern tttd the railrwnds are in fine or=
der thereby sectating built safcty dhd diepatcr
A I'.UUUGil TICKH' havit alreadf
been in operation is loW itntite hN 'a pe?.
tmanent arrangement from Cltarltutlih ti
'hdladelphias Passengers availing themsel:
ves therenf, will have the option either to
continue without delay through the futile or
otherwise to stop at Aly of the i brmedIatd
potlttA, tenewing thei seats on tite lihe tli
suit their cnvenieice. fly this route travels
lers may reach New York on the third day
during business hours. Bagga ge will be
ticketed no hotttd the :atenner to %Veldnuts a
likewise on th' change of cars, at the inte..
mediate points from ithence to Philadelphia:
Through 'ickete to Philadelphia at $20 eachv
can be had fromu I, WINSLOW, Agent ot
the Wiltigton and Raleigh R. R. Coinpantg
at the uilcu of the Company foot of Laurens
street, to whom please apply. For other ins
formitation inquire of
,. C. J)UNCA\ ,
At th i AinC! icat I lotcl, Charletston S. C.
The subscriber having just returned from
Charleston with an assortment of BOOTS,
8110[-8, ladies' and itisses' SLIPPERS,
TIS and GAITERS, of every kind wvhat.
ever, offers them to the public on better terms.
for Cash, than can he had nlsewhere, and so
litits an early call at one door east of Miller
& Uossards Drug Store. Also, the New and
1'ashionable slipper for Ladies called TAY
Us- All rips sewcd up withuut charg e.
gilgnaf the Boot,
May "f3, 1819. 81 if
CALL AT THE
Fisher & Ioxie
Receive weekly by steamers from
Additions to their extensivo assortment of
and are always prepared to furnish the latest
Styles at satisfactory prices.
Colunthia, June 6, - 32 Om
Attorney at Law..
iSumiterville, b'. C..
May 10, 18.19. 29 tr
Cabinet M~aking, &c.
VTe subscriber respoetfulIly announces to'
the public that, h~e carries ont thte Cabintet ma.
kinig Busintess itn all its various branches; anit
hopes by unttirintg intdustry ardl attention to
business to mecrit a share of the patronage of
his friends atnd thte public.
N. l.--11 will keep constantly on
hiand--Fantcy anid Plain marble top Itress.
ing llutreaus, Side-lhoatds, Pinte and Mtahogta.
nyv Wa~rdrobes, high and~ low post curled
mnap'e Bed-steads, Sofas antd Divans, Centre.
tables, Sitting (;hairs of every description,.
Mahogany Rocking and Nursing Chairs, do.
Bostont Rockers antd Nursintg, Pier Tables,
Can lie st ands, &c. &c. Also, Cotton mat
tresses, whlich they will sell low for Cash or
ErPUllRN ITUREI MAl~DE and REPAiR
Ii I at thew shortest ntotico.
M~ahioganiy and Plain Coffins.
Ifurnished at the shortest notice..
.inst received a splotndid assortmtent of
Bed-.steads, Sitting attd Nursing Chairs.
D. 8. SA RGENT.
PTe Stage will runt daily from Sumterville
to the Claremtottt Depot otn andl after the 1st
of March, antd will leave at 3 o'clock itn theo
mornting, rettintg outt ott its return, on the ar
cival of thme cars itt the afternoon from the
P. M. BUTL.ER.
Suteitrville, Wthd Feb. 18419. 18- im
IBreakfast anld D)inner House
(cP' M~eals alw~ays iln duesea
son1 for the Departulre- of' the
PUllLtC P'ATltONAGE~ TS RE1SPECTFTLLY'
11. A. Rlo1.co E July 11 37 dt
Z1. A. RlrcOy.. E
UNITED STATES HOTELr
G. FARGO, Propriton'
This wel-.knownt house htaving~ passed..into
the hanids of the present p roprietar,'ftlaphins
or e'xpentse has b'een spared to'render'it wor
thy of patronage. 4
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