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*o1 a satj Coiclouugha, J.3:
Extract from the minutes of Sumter Divi.
sin No. 12, Sons of Temperance Oct. 0,
RhsorteD, nt this Division have lenned
with deep redret, tho umiti 'o'y and lomentable
death of our Brother JoHs AInHa CoLcLouou, Jr.
itEsoLVED, haI'It we cherish his muenurv us
one, whose example was a bright illustraion of
those principles of purity and truth we are orga.
- ised to perpetuate. r.
- IIErOLvhn, 'T'hat in testimony of his worth
and of our sympathy fota his death, in addition
to the usul badge of mourning to be worn by
the members, the Division approprieto ono pago
of its Journal, upon which shali be inscribed in a
suitable manner these resolutions, with this su
TO Tut MEMatORY OF
-JOHN ASHIIBY COLCLOUG H, ya.
Obiit Sep'. 29, 1849.
Anno Aetatis 23.
surrounded with thei usual budges of a mour
' RtsoL.vED, That a copy of the above, after
its insertion unon the Journal, be enclosed to the
Widow and Father of the deroused.
IEtBoLVSD, That the atesve be insertetd in the
Sumter Bauner and lemperance Advocate.
'T'. 1B. FR ASE R. W. P.
- M. Dyson, R. S.
- 20TH REG'T. S. C. M.
The Upper and Lower Battalions, 20th
Regiment, S. C. Militia, are hereby ordered
to assemble at their respective places of ren.
dezvous, for Drill and Review. The Upper
on Saturday the 3rd day of November next,
and the Lower, on Saturday the 17th Nov.
--i'he commissioned and non-cointnissioned of
flecrs attendinr the day previous for Drill and
Instruction. The Lieut. Co!. and Major are
charged with the extension of this order in
their respective Bittalions.
By order of Col. RtHAsF.,
HENRY L PEEJBLES, A dji.
Oct. 10. 1840. 50 2t
FOR CAS ) OR GOOD PA'L'R.
25 head of CATTLE,
20 " SHEEP,
1 good strong four horse Wagon, with gear,
1 new two horse wagon, all in first rate or
der: Apply at this office.
.Ot* .10. 50 2t
T, J. SOLOJYJONS & CO.
Have just receivei intil lire now oppgjesiam their
NEW STOCK of FA 1,1, nod WINTit
(OODS, con.istintr of 1)t y G .Ol)s. ;oty-i
If1ES. ItA T, CAPS, lON N Ts. lt'.iS,
SHOES, IIARI)WAItE and CUTLERY, abwo
a fine assortment of
Ready Made Clothing,
All of which they are olf.rmg at Ite vaar
I.owts-r rMnus--on which they cua be sold in
They invite their FRIENDS and the ('OMl.
M UNITY to give tles' a call and examino for
themselves before purchasintg claewherc.
Oct. 10 50 if
The subscrib-r hnving just returned from
Charteann, is neow fully prepared to Exelut
litis tiniulhrd style of W~orki.aastait,-.-.asy l'aita.
* i~ng,.eithetr lhain or Ornamnul-und hmopes l.y
his contnued exertions to piense, to use.rit a
conthisinace of patronage from his frien's and
thte public generally.
A LBERT II. G(RAY.
Sunm erville, Oct. 8, 50 3
In Equity-Sumter District.
S Cordell Hunlit,
. vs. BILL,
Mlargaret Hunt et. al.)
- Will he soldl at Sumter Court H onse on
the first Monday ill Ntnvembecr next, and it
not then sold will he otfered on each subse
quent sale day until sold the following lands
of the estate of Rt. ihunt, dec'd.
A tract of lanrfo one hundred and fifty
two acres lying on Bay Branch the null traci.
A tract of four hundred anid thirt y live acres
ly'ing in the fork of Bay Branch antdI Dtepho'e
Swamp and adinming the mi t ract.
A tract of forty eight acres lying on B ay
, . rach andt adjoining lands of Fstate R. Iluit
and C. Hlunt.
Thle above lands are aittuated in D)arlinigton
A tract of six huntdred liftyv acres moare or
less situated in Sumter and Itersha:iv D).t rict,
on Hlorsepen Branch, otn Seapo werec zrante-l
'to E Garkins, boundes by Arrnats, and othe~rs
A tract of one hundred and thirty-eigt
acres more or less situated in Kersaw lbs
trict, on the South side of [ligtimb~er Branch
A tract of onle hlundredl acres stuated mt
Kershaw District, otn thme West side oft S-ape
whore Swamp, hounded by Dais's, .\Ioore's
and other hinds.
The teris of sale are so mulich casht as will
pay the c:osts oft this case and .saie', the haLimaee
on a credit of one tand twot years~ in (rmll
aniual inlvestmnents with interest trom: aili,
p~urchaser to give Bond and prsonal 8et ur.
ty atnd a mortgage amnd pay for deedls &c.
-By order of tho Court
JOH N II. MI f-LE R, c. E.. s. n.
Sumtierville, Oct. 2, 1&40. 49 tI
In Equity-Sumter District.
Matthew 15. Mayes, et. al.
John G. Shaw,
Will be sold at Sumnter Court H-ouse on
tho the first Monday-in Novemaber next, and
if not then sold wvill be offered at each suht.
sequent sale day until sold, the following
lands: A tract of one hunidred and twenty
two acres situated near Alligat er Branch
waters of Rockey Bluff, bounded by lhmd~s of
M. Rhiodes, A. Chandler, antd Estate of D~aniel
lUhaw anid Rt. Sihaw.
.ArLso, seven inogroca, property of the di'.
fondant. The terms of satle are Cash, pur.
chaser paying for atll papers.
By order of the Court
JOHN B. AIILER, c. E. 5. D.
Oct2 49 if
e idrindhv aissociatedi theomi.
polyes together uinder ite firm of P INGLE
&. ORMilAAM, for thto transaction of butsiness
r'onneeted with, the Steami lili, sitndatedl
1 1-4 mjilnes from Sumtervihle, where they
are prepared to Sawy arnd grind.
ELI JAHl l'RINGILE,
, - N. GRlA iA M.
2. pt0th 1840 - . 47 tf
Rea Qua e
44th Raior.. C.
The Fott3fourth Reglwent 1.d Mibtia,
will parade at Tininotns iown on Saturlay
the (27th) twenty-seventh day.of tO. tobier
next, arned and equiped as the lati' didets,
for drill and review.
The comnissioned anti non-coinmissioned
Oilcers will moot onthe day previous at
the above stated place for drill and instruc
An inspection of armes will take place
immediately after parade'
Brigadier General Sainl. R. Chandler and
Stair aro respectfully invited to attend the
By Order of
- COL. F. M. MELLETT,
W. T. WILDE R, Adjt.
Oct 2 49 4t
No Cure----No Pay !
Dr'J. C. IICKS would respectfully inform
the citizens of South Carolina and otherStates.
tiat ho has permanently locuted himself is Sum.
ter Di.trict. four miles from Suntorvillo, where
lie i- prepared to prac~tico in the art of removing
and heating that fornidtblo disense, cancer; with
out the use or the knife, all persons who may be
afflicted with til dunre.roe, disease and wish
his aid, will do uell by calling on hint. Thera,
are many gentleIenii in thia State and others, of
high respectubility and undetstund ig who will
testify to the efficacy of his practice. le hius
also been very succ*ftil in reinuvsng other
diseases of the nervous systein. Such us Rhncu.
nuietnit, Dysepsj.iia, siek and are vous head-abhe
pthuiinnry utlli efos, Liver cmnplin:tnt, -ptitel
atij'ctionmis, Tooth-ache, " 'on tincthais of the nuu.
sels, Pains, WeaknesS, in back or j sits, wauk,
sore, or iutl:neratd eve-, sctdd head, teter, pates,
We the undersigned take this met hoed of re
coanniending Dr. J. C. 11iicke to the public, as a
ron well wo.thy of patronago in his profession
ms a Cancer Doctor, from Gene-r.Il opinion and
from our owu iehlrvations we have heenz accus
touined to thinl, cancers were f.tr the must part
ncur.ble, atler having aittninel arty great atga or
size, hut we, have seen and klsnwi cafcers cnred
by han in a very short tine, which seemed to
defy all htuma ,,kill, even the sight of which
d -ew trorn, behithlers reikalei of fear and dlispuir;
hence we gladly casubnce the ussode of re:on,
Insendothss hits to the commsunity, thinking we
-hall therehy co afera favor on inany, and ussst
the cause of huntsanity.
l'ha:liip A. It. Cahuoo, M I) Nixinsgton, N C.
John N. lutt. .\ I) Woodeille. N C
Toonus S. Ilna'k:ins, shrIT of Chuwnn, N C
William It. Skinner, ot'stmaster of ELdenton,
Tlhom:s Wilson Ilartfurd. N C .setaber of the
It. 31. Grahum. Sumter Distric S C
John llbpp, Newh,-rry Di-tet,. ('
W. A. Il hp. New berry I),tro:t- C
Htersj. .lilehell. Sumiterviile. S C
Siteph.tn \jlitchell, Snoter D)..triet, S C
Suiinet I. Al itchell. Stunter Ii trie , , ("
Ilrehehak L.:stsuon. D1)rbsiin-t..a Di.-urict, S C
livin I,,si. na. Iat lingtn. Istrict. S C
S:amuel Aluvoe. Wi!tzitn-bttr .istrict, a C.
John Wsnuu, l)urtiisgton C. if. S C
'Thin..s Stephesan, . ), rhgto i istrict. S C
Juhi t'int iey. Daretu.n'listnct, S C
Sarah A \le''urlans, leieahtal Disrict, S C
Aidrew W. .\l eFuttaiud lelaud District, S
We the un.ersigned having receive-i greut
perronatl relief from the m.Vsterious scies:o of
Dr. Ilie. take great piensure in stating ast
5o ht as we kn..w, or have htireit, that he hus
.V iet ti le s tatimi al : o we are lv i'atsutli.l
a. to the truth ul the sieie., snd gru iiidneed
irosm wh.,t we hnve reaei nud he.,rdC to reeiiisn.
ntiend hi iin ti lite f~iarnte con~sder.stjion ofth
ene is worthy, s~f ai n. iu- et ityasinsm; unsit if per.
esns wvould itak int it, ini. -t1 ndt stuiihiig :stout,
mhey woulsd be. comtp. !--d toi seconimiinds it as5 a
ighyi inst rauinienst pined in us. r hitails by the
iietr with which to be:i-lut and reheve our tet
k-raht A. .\1e aiad Jak -oni Newmans. P.
M' shihelIt. 11. t.T'i,dalet. Saul .\latsore, De.
z. kih hiiioni .hJihn I 'usiw.v. hi -sj. .\l tchel-l.
Ati p--roun alho smay h- uill credi witi tiit
dradnfn! di..e. t'aiucer iet. taut ae dh.paaid toi
think ibsis ai hiumbug, ien-, snsi-,fy shiimiieves bay
taddrnsinsg a le. tur to any or uit i of the gtlemenits
wwa nigitu tres are attached to ti. he abve 'e-.t
tifientes. .1. t-. Ilit'IS.
tervitte ta aseat the Iliw-ttr comlw 1., b . e nsetuuom
imodlti dt withs at convviance tio h:ij rn-dene.. lhv
uppltaying~ to .\1 r. Webb o.au k. or .\lr. Juon 'hims.
Bacon and Butter.
2000tf lbs. N. t '. Ii iciti, hits I'rimie Batter
.lJst re..-.i'l:i tantfo -:d~e lby
N. 1!. 103) .uSm~ S.idt ao the way inan:i
Oet 2 19 t
4)f l0very l),.scr:pat.in fra m th~ F!a:mmitary
t'tinary ult all litnds, tor S;ide by
DJet 2 43 ti
lO000 I'eet 4 . a .L'o te r. veicJl G i
V'iiis &t. 1'.; S~b I'
.\ J . & ' P.t )$1:'.
Ott 2 -1'ht
I proiposte to H .!'ai* cua.n it anytitme befoare
the I t 51.Jt of iv aber nett. 1:10 pw)~ s suip.
riot Negro Shoaes warante 1 m every respteel
I priipose furt her to setlit atr ilretion ot itt.
ly 243 per' cenit trom price- bhtherto de1tnd iith'
ftir the sme airticles. IPer-sins wishtinig to
ex annn s e,
J. Alt )ltA N.
Sumuterville. S4. C . O. s, 1819'. 49' 3t
Is hereby given, that aptpleationi will lie
matde to thec L egislahrtutre at its inext $Cessa t,
fort ani Act of Iicorption to i t rotyr
Atug 21, 1'.49. 431 a
Thei susiber-s have just riecived
one of the heaviest anid best selectedI
stocks of Goods thley have ever opened
and for quality and cheapness cantnot
be surpassed ini this inarket. CallI and
judge for yoturselves.
~BR1HW , LT U & C O.
e a yki Meeting of this Diy
oaWll .be =ii1dtn Wednesday Een
next at their Hall at 8 o'clock.
IL "M. DYSON, R. S'
Sumterville, .C. 19 ly
Remaining MUhe Post Office Sumlerrille, 1hW
d*ar k ruling 20tSe pt 184.
A-Mrsi Mary Allsbrook.
B--Win Breely, FPS Belscr, Callasa Brew
er, Thomas Boon, H1ervey BowIes, E Jel&
ser, J W Bradt'ord, T6ij3ker, Thonas -B
?ritton, Thomas' 111 Brumby, Jno D Barnes,
frs J B:rkley.
*C--Jaits I Chandler, Walter J Cor
D-John N Davis, Advill Davis, Thos D
E-Miss Louissa B Ellis Miss Anna En.
F-John Furgerson, Dr Furman.
G-'Thomas (arrott, in James Graham,
A 11 Gray, J G Gatlin, Rev Chris Gads
den, V J Gibson.
II--V I) henry, Rev W S IIalto:n, W
R Harvin, G W Houo.
J-I Johnson, 'I'nomas Jarrell, Newland
Jones, Jamnes Jones.
! K-RI F Keels, F 11 Kennedy.
L--Josiah Luckey, Wi J Lee, Samuel
M-Mrs :Iuthur MlcRea, Miss Iettin If
McIntosh, MAess Sarah P McKnight, John
Mims, Edward Mazyck, Mrs J B Murray,
Mr3 Elizt Mood , iI McFadden C C Moody.
J MLcCaulev, J It MAeL.nw.
N-- Alls Susan A Nelson, Master John
.4--Mrs Polly Ranes, John Ricks, Mrs
lli.abe th ltichhourg.
S-Jerre.'soin Spaun, Janes B Smith, Law.
T---Join I'hor$ou1, J S Tindall, James
1, 'l'heames, I.ewis Taylor, Mrs Iaiz:abeth
W-W1 Wylie, D. Wilson, Dlaniel l Whit
IIENelY IAYNSWORTTI, P. M.
"CO1IETITION IS TIlE LIFE OF
So say FIUERSON & 1'RINGLE who
take this inethod of introiucing their modest
iretentions to the untice of "the deaar people"
of Sumter I)is:rict. A "new broom sweeps
clean," and tf'r the purpose of making a clean
sweep of all their Groceries, they have re
solved to sell at such priees that will tempt
all porsuns to buf who honor them with a
Eivery iriety of Groceries for Cash or
Barter-in par; as follows:
70 Pheer-s )hnade' llagiug (best) 4.1 in.
50 (Cils Rope, 12 cents.
100 Sacks S 0t.
0flbIlhs Bacon Sides.
100 lb:.. Best Ilams.
N-ils 0 1-1.
S:u.ar (brown,) 0 1-4 to 10 cts.
50 Racks of Cutlre, Cuha, R:o, Java, 9 1.2
to 12 1-2.
,lolaisses, C>andlecs, Prunes., P'ickels, Gzo
rlben Bot:'.er, Cheese-. antd allI "t hat'as i:-"
l'lease call -it thr. Grwcery o
FRIlilSON & Pl'HNGIE.
ippos ite Wmhasi):m's Ilutel
Numnkr: ile, S. C
Sept 25) 4., tf
drwa~! ~ For Sale
A firt rat:yo n 1O01h'E accuistorned to
drawingi er sinagle or doule haarnecss.
F'or termas applyi at this ollice.
.-i I :nn des~roaus of r&'.norvina, I o!Ter for
aale mya Phata:um'a sut'e.l oni .Santee, tena
iales fromt Nelso n's I".rv. Thela soid Plata
tonl c' i o.;ns abo.t Tv~ hosanid F~our
I inndared A:\res,. sx humiaared e!care'd amtl
una~l:r 'gol oaaaunzini, Ont tlhe prewy is a
well lianl2h1 ;aua all wa'.s.ry ou t bhh
p'ric:' Fuar thn'm' mi 1).a.'I t rs, awl I ;a II
tharon-iin',' n hlea 3: a:k cons-istmI g of Onae
huaadraed hu'-ul 'al C2attle 'ieven'aty or lighaty
had' of? aihop', ti he wim.e ot ho'gs' ;amd sat y o'r
"--ve iey: heat aof Go'ats. F"or .any trlar~h'r in-.
WI l.II-M .\. I).tV18.
Petecr .\l Kn Lgh:~
-It a;:a.- .r ag ta mya satbsfaact~o ,a th at
Thansa" .\'l :lht. lhe dead alat, in h
It is ih r'.or, oir ired, ith:t her dog :app'ar
i''a I ' ot a ' 'I'lThomas .\ K m'::h', -te'easedl,
aon or heu~re :hea se'venta'eean .iav ot Deau'oma.
hear aort, or hts .aonaenut wdl beo enate'red oa
WV. IEh\VIS, o. ,s.
Sepat. 17: ha. l'R 1. Pt :3t
HAT ANDf CAP STORE,
he subhs"rible'r invites part iculair at tention
to is has ota.haa;ahai, assoa~rtmen'at o. Genatle-,
.\l o'.e'kml a t 's.
( ;lts, onta'h's :and Ilays I.m. good4 wvell
nadal c'l'uth (':aps--:aal is gahns clothi :ni Sukl
\'elve; 'a ps- --nath a v0.n: y ot I l8t, anda
C.api of all shiapa':. aind the pr~('s I know ;' ill
Ist all n ih. ,,I 'i all at
aang St. aaoppaito I I soll St.
Attorniey at Lawv.
B 11 ( A D. S 'T 1U E E TI,
'S umtrl'le, S. C.
Mlay 1u6 1-19. 29 tf
" 1, + : ~ ,a.J
The subsebh are nowieceiyvingc o o
'the'la et and wnsi desirable stock. ,o
G.QD lt tias over bean of'ered to tlih
frleieis end custoiers of the
Theyhave during the past week- opened,
and are now prepared to show a splendid as.
Righ F4tricsfA Ladies' Dres
sucu As, Elegant Cashneres, Muslin Do.
Laines, Plain Merinos, Ch:neleoi Lustes,
,Lyanese Cloths, Delisle Stripes, Ginghams,
A Itarg e ssortunent of Shawls,
Such as, Long and square Shawls, botl
plain and printed, silk, cashmere and broche.
A large stodc of Linens and Line,
Marseilles Quilts, Dimities, Curtain Stul's
EVEIRY VARIETY OP IIOSIERIY.
Goods for Gentlemen's Wear
A large and splendid stock of Readg
Of every quality, and at prices which cannoi
fail, to please.
They are also prepared to of'er to Planters
and others, one of the most complete assort,
tuop's to be found in Canden,of
.lankets .Kerseys Sattinets Jeans,
.D O31E'STICS, i-c., J'.c.
(T 'They conlilently invite the attentio
of purchl'.ers to their stock, as one of the lar
gest in town.
It is ' hior intention to embrace in their stoci
every articleof Dry oodits that may be nev
or desirable, so !!at purchasers can always bi
supplied with the newest and best style o
Goo-la in the market and at the lowest possi
M. DRUCKER & CO.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
Winolesale and Retail.
A. NOII'l'lI has opened at the Store re.
renly oe'inpied by A. Young & Co., at
lEntire New Stock of DRY GOOD. consis
ting of Broad Clo;':s, Cassin'res, Satt.'ets
Kersevs, Jeans, Tweeds, Vestingj, Blankets,
Flannels, Bed Ticks, Linens, Ilosiery, Gloves,
Laces, Fmbroideries, Cravats, Ribbons, Silk
iandkerchiefs &c. AL~so, a large assort
firess Gootds of tie Latest
Such as Eleirant Silks, Merinos, Cashmeres,
Lyonese aid Orleans Cloths, Mouslin d laines,
Alpacas, Mohairs, Bombazines, Ginghams,
Prints, &c., &c., &c.
Shuaivs, TImuntillai unai Vizettes
of tiae Newest Patteras.
Jubt received an assortment of Carpets,
Druggett i, Ruggs, Fur' Chintzes, I)imities,
M~oreins, Damnasks, al,1arseilIles Qinilts, &c.,
A general assortment of all art icles connec
tedl with the business, which lie is determined
to sell at suchl prices for CASil.
As will not faril to please all who mnay hto.
or him with their patronage. 1 his motto has
been "small l'rofits and quick lReturns.''
Call at NOllTIIS biefore buying elsewhere
1 Doors below his old stand.
Sept.'25, 493 3t
DRY GOODS for FALL TRADE
IN ClIA EtLE.'rTon, S. C.
'Te subscriber is now receiving~zone of the
largiest and' most dhes:rabule STlOC KS O1F
GOU)DS : th-it hIns ever bee.,inoil'redl to the
friinds and c ustomecrs of '.)f KINu SrnEE-r.
I le hris. dirimtig thme past Swn'ner, twide ex
tenis;v -Vi' *litons atil alterationus to his rooms,
anJ~ .. no w prepatroed to sho' w in his ret a i d
piartoii'mt a itio: ..plevidd riaseri ment of
I~iet 1Fatbries for Lathie%' Dreos,
Sneih ai-: l'eg..int Silk.', Cashmiieres, Must.
lini 1'Lahnsio, A'\pacas, Sin DiaI~ Chines, l'-mn
broider'd O rle:mrs (':oth, h'ain Meraios, Em
bruleredt ( owhmetres, Chameleon Lurstresr,
I'm tlan Nianli D epartnaemnt,
I 1e i pr'"re to 'ff-r every' variety of
Lon ii i: i.pare S!iA .\V LS' , both i'laini amid
IPrintri, E!o ':'i:Sik do', , 'iaiin :md larnbroid-.
ore~I .. C;ni t ir apc do , Ca rmore and 1tkoche,
A 'gr at varu-i y of~ Itichl Dl ;o.k anmi dm olred
.Sik ani ISs~ .\ M N 1'l 1.L AS, VISE'ITTES,
A; !r'.e stock osf I .'mens and1 iten Gioods,
.\ rsed Qud pits, F'riges, DIn)tmies, 'Zur
IE'r varietyv of I l(O)I VitV.
& .o d & ts C. s:weV~unCaas
In roonr icanne'-cted with hIss front sales
roomsi hi. Iprepa1red to oill-r PlIanters andl
otherrs mie of: i be miost complhlete assortmneiit to
I le 'oniiil mi tihirlesrin St'
B~lmnake(, Ker'sey re ati netts,
Jlen's., Dbonmestics, &., &.
le coih lenitiv mivies thie attenition of all
who~ v s:t :ba cl'v to his stoc'k, as one of lie
l.ARGES i' IN T'lE SOUiEltN COUJN.
It is is inteniot emIs 'ibrae ini lis siOck
eve'ry arta le of ry' ;(sods that may be new
or deisirable,. sou that pnrchasers can alwiayvs
be supphiIsil ithu the nr'west anid best Styles
of Gooduiim the11 miarket, adl at thre L.ow'Es'
N\. II. In r 'ins over the Ret ail Depa'rtment
lie 'II.' to .\lihants a.nd it hei s a comiplete
assrortmeint of all the aboive G oids, at
Aind iinvitems t he at ten'.ion of tash buyers t~
25 Nimrg street, C ha rleston, S. C,
Aug" 's 44 tf
\ppr!icntionm wilbe uinuile to the L~eiislatuore
at its m-'xt S'sin for air net of inicorporationr
A Germas farnilyi composed' of ..an old cmena
his wife and a life'd of sial healthy: .and'ry
cheeked 'childred/ direct Tra theo"Fatherland,"
who arrived in Baltsiore i ew. J4 "sialaceiamn'
they way to the sar wt-si," wa bod. h day
alter their arrival; by someI ntd/A sd couisa
drel, of a smuall leather trunk.,o' aflilg 84.207
in Gold, which they, had brousght ealely 3,000,
miles over it. trencheraua' sea - to part company
with just as they had no-srly reached their des.
tination. The dlistrers.-consequult.t upon the.
roulir~ation of their loss can scarcely be imaugined.
um mack the strange sequel. The father, in
paing along Liairr S-rarSr, was prompted by,
his lucky genips to pros,- for a mome-ut at the
window of Messrs. PYFER & CW.' No. I Light
Street,, In which n large awl unt of Gold its dice
pl-,yed to the gaze of the curione,: whe n hie yield
ed to an I- resisttble ysarnit'g to try hiis Lueli in
come of their %lagnificent Lottaries, In th.- h'ope
to to-te r:- his loss. He purettnes' a Packuge
of Ticket- in the Maryland Conssolidated Lottery,'
Class No. 125, land our readors mray judge his
eu,prise and excessive joy, upon learning after
the drawing that hie had drawn the Brilliant
Prize of 8%).000, which~handsouo amo~unt this
Far-Famned'and Truly Fortunate Lottery Firm
promptly paid him without charging ,any extra
discount, when he went his way reynemig.
IDALrmtoaR. PA Pca.
Straws sheow whichl way the wind blows/
PYFER & CO. SELL THE PRIZES I
Fortunes for all at this Lucky House!
A FEWV MORE OF THlE GLORIOUS RE.
U LTS !
8 30,000, Whole Ticket, sent to Columbus,
- 8,98, Whole Ticket, sent to Georgia.
3,000, Whole Ticket, sent to No. Carolina,
1h,000 Half Ticket sent to North Carolina.
7,000), Half Ticket, sent to Virginia.
51,000, Quarter Ticket, sent to So. Caroli
ae10,000, Half Ticket, sent to Virginia.
9,214, Quarter Ticket, sent to Peey lva
K,0:'0, Quarter Tiket, sent to Tennessee.
.4000, Quarter TVick et, sent to Indiana.
Every Prize advertised by PYPER & CO.
are noticed by the Managers in their Odicial
PYFER & CO. pay their Prizes at sight!
Nothing so easy now as to realize a For.
All who read this paper should try their
A small outlay may secure an independent
Brilliant Schemes for October
All N : 2 ers strictly confitetioal
Date, Capital No. of rawn. Price Price of
Oct. Prizes. B-allots Tlick. P'ck'ge
1 $27.500) 75 Nits 11 $8 8'25 (K)
P 20,000 75 15 5 15 ii)
3 38,000 78 . 13 10 :32 51)
4 2:5, " 78 13 5 18 59
53of10, " 72 13 5 1 25.
0 30, "6 75 13 10 32 50
8 24,940 78 13 10 27 50
0 22,500 78 141 5 17 50
10 50,000 75 ~11 16 50 25
11 24, " 78 13 5 18 50
12 15, " 75 14 4 13 00)
13 F 35, ". 7 1 I 3 0R0ZE
18 20,00 75ol Ticet 5n to 5oubu0
820 30, Whl Ticet sen to 14oria
7400, "al Ticet 10n to Virgni
254,00, Quart 7 14ckt 5en to So5Coi
10,000, "il Tike8 1en to Virgnia
9,24, Q"ar 75 icet 8en to7e 5y0a
Tic.t0n0, ureickbbshei to pnaper.
Every Pie m ader fe by daY I v& .r.
are noed byt the anagrers' Pntr Dria.
D-EvryodeIt PFR & CO. pa hi rzsa is
tanwere vrtr ol
tol who eado thes Country fhoul ryeir
A7 smal ouakgy f kt may ecrannd rawen
Brilliany incayhsms hfrer Octobera
Dt, aietlyNo oale tron ie re of
Oc.Perins. tadit fron'Rltore who'g
wil findhat it5i o neesar to encose
th 20,000( 7.5 ow in th 15ov ,-ced
3i, for00a 7acag or 1igl 10ke tothe
4T 25,y 7o8nae Fa-Fme an Old E
The 50bribe 7fer his trac ofld a
rdfr Spring 78sstn 1n al of 20
13es 3itate 7n 1ot 1 0l diretio
frothe 7ntiut onth pu 8i ro 750ain
from th4,min 78n 13 Cadn adj5in
ing theland 7fth 1nti4t and ir. F.srt
1on 2On0 th 7reie ar5 5eea 15r 00l
24 nedco0. An0310 10n for plato
A25 o-Th 7d7iin trac 1.5 17re,5o
27 or) of 7RWN 13 20 C0.5
Sumtevi3 l Aug, 13 109 4 2 50
OJ'lla pio tic 'ae i ure
A1ik~ pplction, wd !ibe-mlde t he Laegi.
ture at.snex z on ordr a few-ids running
eastrdl alwmm taront. elped toth
ElY Eerv o d oard ER CO'r . iras
ardb 1 r1titit ta nm
genten rl e+. y, , 7 l i5
4' " \ r~ t ' t " l .' J ' ' , '
persode the Daltoin Roe ~ ~ i~
etM, as lretof rssue
30 " - W i:.B ARTB S , ry.
Fare Rtediced W'20 bo
F '~ .r.~'Y
Charleston to e fer
TII1 GREAT "I OUJTh iRO 'N "'
Ie AVCHIN% t the S. C, S
rea VItlie foo ofdte leu. . 4 f . "
rens- t. daily a t3 , p.2 . ffter n tht, Krv a l 6,
the Southorn-ears; via WlLMINGTON and
WELDON, N.-. C. PETE'rBi.RG. RUCH
MOND, to WVA8i-JNGTON, IJALTI
MORE, PHIILAD)ELPHIA. and N. YORIK.
The public is' respectfully . informed th'at
the steamers of thin line, from Charleston-to
Wilmington, are in first rate condition, and h '6 '
are navigated by wollf known and experienced
commanders, and the railroads are in fine or-'
der, thereby securing both safety and dispatc.
A TDROUGH TI ET having already
been in operation .will be continued on and
after the first of Oct.189, as a permanent ar.
rangement from Charleston to New York,
Passengers availing themselves thereof, will
have ith option either to continue without
delay through the route or otherwiser to stop
at. any of the intermediate points, renewing
their seats on the line to suit their conve
nience. By this route travellers may reach
New York on the third day during business
hours. Baggage will be ticketed on .board
the Steamer to Weldon, as likewise on the
change of cars, at the intermediate points
front thence to N. York. Through Tickets
$20 each, can alone be had from 'E, WINS
LOW, Agent of the Wilmington and Raleigh;
I. It. Company, at the office of the Conpgny
foot of Laurens-street, to whom please apply.
For other information inquire of b
L. C. DUNCAN,
At the American Hotel, Charleston S. C.
May 9 49 ly.
The sub'cribers respectfully inform their fef.
low citizens that they hvo associated them
selvps in b.iness for the purpowe of undertaking
and -:xr.curiNG contracts for Buildings of "ny
discription and carpenters work in general.
We have made such urrangements as to ena. -
ble us to build for our friends and employers,
completing their woik in every department,
putting them to no inconveniance whatever;
merely having to give us an idea of what de. -
seriptiomn of building they require-in a reason
able time receive the keys and fork over the
Wit possess ample means of furuishing the
best Lumber, Bricks, Snithwork, Pointy, Limer
etc., etc. Together with good Sworkme and
many years experience as practical mechanics
we are determined as far as our humblo sphere
extends to wipe off the reproachattaehed to the
inoble told south 'Carolina-and arousie. her Rip
Van Winkle slurbers, and leave COhlifuruia to
take curs of herself
0, C. JON ES,
T. J. COGIILAN.
Aug. 29, 1849. 44 2
Plantation for Sale5.
Trhe subscriber offers for sale his Plan
tin inSumter District,, two miles south of
titatesburgha, consisting of a tract of seven '
hundred anid fifty acres (750,) a large portion
Oak and flickory aufcadmnirably adapted Lo
the cultivation of '6fon. There is an excel
lent Dwelling llouse-good out buildings
stable and barns-and houses for the accom
umod it ion of forty or fifly negroes. 'rhe g~ood
lands and decide l health of the place comb ine
to render it a desirable purchase.
For terms aipply to
WV. J. RlEES, Jr.
Statesburgh, Sept 19, 1849. 46 tf
100 SACliS P'RIME SALT. Just re-4
Ucwe and for snle by
BROWN, L'EE & CO.
Sept_4 45 tf
20 coILS FIRST QUALITYV BALE
RCPE. Just 'receivedl and fot sale by
__ UROWVN, LEE & CO.
10 PIECES DUN l)EE LINEN BAGS
G[NG. Just received and for sale by
Sept 4 BROWVN, LEE & CO.
J0 POUNDS PRIE BALE TWINE.
Jus.t received andI for saIC hby
BRtOW.. L5EE & CO.
Sept. 4 45
A lot of very superior WVoolen Gohods from
the 8 dem Factory ini North Carolina war
rainted free fromg abolition and cholera.
Just received nnd foir sale by
BIROWN, LEI. & CO.
Bagging Rope and Twine.
Ju-t receive'd a large s'upply of DA~GGING1
ROPE and TW!NE. For Sale by
A. J.- & P. MOSES.
Sept. 11 4ti tf
Wanted to Hire 100 Hands,
Tlo work on the Rail Road; these hrands
will be employed out in the Pine woods until
aflter frost, whien they iih be placte o the
sahe of the River swanip, the work is all high
and .lry, and the hands will be supplied with
an abundance of whaolesome food and dry
tents. WVages good, and paid in Cash maontha'
ly, or as the owner may profet~
Enquire of C. S. Mcett ont the work near
Manchester, or of the subscriber, in Sumter
ville. D. 1, McLAURIN,
Aug. 20. 1849. 4.3 tf
CALL AT THlE
Fisher & Hoxie
Receive weekly by steaaera from
A dditins to their extensive assortment o?
a nd are alwmays prepared to furnish the latest
Styles at .satistactory prices.
Columbia, June60, 32 Oua
Just received 15 do@r. Ceaunine LONI N :I
POk'TERh. For Sale lM