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blenes of a tion i z reply. Hie
brt ht fore a 'eti >z letter' written
by a citizen of Missouri, lat autumn,' and
published in the papers at that time, show
g that Mr. Benton was, , at one time.
fierce in his opposition to the adniission of
Californiai as a State, denouncing it as a
cowardly adt of subinissiop to the Wilmot
proviso party, &c. ' Ar. Benton was phren.
siedwitb rage, and, in excited tones and
manhor,braded"the letter as a calbnny,
and holding Mr, Clay responsible for it,
put the same brand on in. Mr. Clay re
pelled his remarks with scorn and con.
tempt. Violent words were used, Mr.
Webster intefered in behalf of the digni
t of the Senate, and reproached the Vice
I rosideit for allowing, unrebnked, such a
controversy : Mr. Hale made fun of the
whole thing laluding to the' frequent as.
saults on himself which he said every one
seoined to enjoy; and thus diverted the at
tention of the Senate from the contempla
tion of thia sevele passage at arms. The
Betatstas qleted, but did not adjourn,
without the yeas and nays. The Senators
gathe ,' Into squads, and went oft; finding
relie f' be hoped, in hearty objurga
the conflict was renewed
b0 rnia bill. I do not think there
's; itpo sitioni, on the part of the
take any question. but, if there
Id not have been obtained.
e re offered and very fierce
Al et a ve minute speeches were
t~ade o then, chiefly by Southern mem
her length, Mr. Stanton. of Ken.
tuC 'mocrat, and an opponent of the
Cla me, who had before declared that
the ine of thirty-six, thirty was his ultima
t eied an amendment to the effect
t tth of the line of thirty-six, thirty,
S lould not be interfered with. A
as taken on this, in Committee, and
voted down, by about twenty ma
seventy-pne members not voting.
aused some inflammatory remarks
e part of the Southern members, and
which were answered by violent harangues
on the part of- the North.
Mr. James Thompson, of Pennsylvania,
denounced the motion as a trap, declaring
that it was not understood, and that it was
sprung upon the Committee for the put
pose of mischief. Some strong personal
language took place between 11 r. Toombs
,and Mr. Winthrop, and between Mr.
'oombs and Mr. E. D. Baker, of Illinois.
The House broke up in a very bad tem
per, and during the evening, subsequently,
I did not find the members at all compo
sod. These are only the beginning of such
scenes. But,. thi ti come to the
worst, they mu nd. Tm darkest time
is just before diy; and, with the aid of this
ph losopir, we must hope for a better state
-Ugao~txo F TicE IUMv.-Mr. Glid
dou'was honored with a much larger at
teption on Wednesday, the second day of
.,.the mummy opening, at Boston. The
awathiug bandages were carefully unrolled
an operation that 6ectupied half an hour, and
resulted in thg;digcpvery of papyrus or
of-the doa (g4as was usually de
ited with corpses by the Egyptains; and
car bgous or winged beetle, which Prof.
a ronounced a very perfect speci
.papyrus, ante-dating the period
r O f the Israelites in Egypt,
a state to.iunroll suas to prevent
tdliig iin the operation. It must
r!i a, erfulgl moistened. After the
pr- ages hir7een taken from the great.1
rt of the mummyn, it was displayed toth
*auidience. But the mode of embalming
this specimen hail .been peculiar--being hy
gZdipping thme body in-hoiling bitumen, so that
\thp..face Jooked as if carved out of an
:thraeite coal. Some of the learned medIi
ical gentlemen on the platf'rmi disputed
tlie sex of the mummy, and for a mloment
doubt was thrown upon the accuracy of Mr.
'Giddon's reading of the hieroglyphical
inscri ption. Bunt this doubt wvas soon dis
pelled by one of the most distinguished of
our anatomical professors, who v( ry satis
factorily showed that the position of the
htnd had led to the erroneous suppJosition
invalidating Mr. Gliddon's statement. The
Transcript says :
"During the operation of unfolding thme
lienenbandages, a fine resinous dust. was
raised, which set many of the audience to
.sneezing. Thie mummy having been un
swathed, wvas placed, together with the ar
ticles found on the person, in a "lass case,
for the inspection of thme curious.?'
-Neiglabor WVilk in's Ilint.
A man having purchased a worn out
farm and invested all his money in his
ial'estate, tried hard by his labor to make
it-produce a cirop. After a laborious sum
-sner's work he signally failed. His crops
'"of corn, oats, and buckwvheat, were scarce
ly worth harvesting. Winter came on,
- ad with it discouragement and despond
ency. He met his neighbor, and itu the
lIsrguage of scripture, inquired, "Whart
shall I do 1" liis neighbor in reply, in
tree Yankee style, answered this question
by asking another. Neighblor WVilkinms,
have you ever kept a third mian on y-our
farmi " "Always." "-how can you gain
the greatest amount of labor in a seamsonm
-from his et~orts?1" " In the first pirie
give him a plentiful supply of food, for a
*full stomach for a laborer is a jewel; next,
begin the day early, and keep steady at it."
"Yuhave answered truly; manage your
farm' he you do your hired uman. P-eeid it
with nourishmenut for vegetation; feed it
fuall and keep it foed. Clear out thme barn
yae-d; dig-up tihe muck from the swamps;
- ow on all thme ashes you can get: cart
sand irom the drainage of thme streets.
When you begin upon a field, feed it; teedl
it'nuxt and keep it fed. TIhen go to the(
netlot.,n feed in the same style. Such
'fields recollect time kindness of the owvner,
and they pay him for it more than fifty fohil.
Then plough and dig and Abe reward is
sure." Neighbor Wilkins opened his eyes
in astonishtment at his own ignorance, and
said, "I see ! I see ! A feeble starved
filed cannot work much. A poor starved
field cannot hear much." Common sense
might have taught him, but it had not..
Thousands, like him, "scratch gravel" for
nau ght all their days.
Neighbor Wilkins saw where he missed
it. The next year he planted four acres of
corn, after he had coated the field with all
the fertilizingf material lie couldi gather
"ho hid scraped all creation." November
gpld a true story. Two hundred and sixt"
brnshel. of corn made him laugh. '..
wife rinauj puddings wvithout grumling.
and his children eat with pleasure. Thus,
friend Wilkins wqqt from fiold to field, and
fed it as ho weont. In its turn it fed him,
his family, his cattle. lis barren farm
lipcamne prductive; hjis ijaked filds be
como clothed with herbage. Heq becanuo
rich. His farm wvas rich, Peaco dwolt in
bis 'joumsold, plenty filled his granaries,
anud fortune smiled upon him.
Are voni an tinfortumnate farmer, cursenl
wth noor land andi atimted crons Loozk
at Mr: Wilkinz, and in the fanguago of the
'ible, "Go thou and do Jikolew1o.' -Dol
For the Bannor.
Stan~zia o -.--.
A thousand mingling voice. say,
With gladness in each note," 'tis May:"
The west winds o'er the roses play,
In wild delight,
And lend the mockbirds, all so gay,
A song by night.
Iow sweet their liquid breathings swell,'
Now gay, now plaintive from the dell !
They chant a sun-set brief farewell,
To yon green vale,
Where on thino youthful ear, first fell,
Love's whisperd tale.
Now comes to mind the days, gone-by ;
When Love first taught my soul to sigh,
While gazing on that soft wild eye,
Which gazed on Ime,
Ere Hope's green bough began to die,
And droop, for thee.
E'en though our hearts have known the
Of winter's chill and murky night,
The past, on memory, throws a light
Of buried flame ;
And turns Iope's rusty chain as bright,
As thy lov'd name.
And though it brings my hoson pain.
Oh let me wake my lute again,
With some sweet, half-forgotten strain,
Once sang for thee !
And though it still be all in vain,
'Tis sweet to me.
And if I chance to drop a tear,
For momenta still so sweet, so dear,
'Twill soften down the gloom, I wear
Lost one, for thee:
And lull the waves of dark despair
On grief's wild sea.
Tur. Cowv Pi:..--An exchange paper
say's: "It is found tht. the Cow Pea anl.
swers every purpose in Southern culture
that the clover does for tio North; au :fond
for the human family it is pre-eminentlv
superior; as food for stock, the pea, are
better than corn, and the vine and leaf ful
ly equal to clover, and as a fertilizer for the
earth it is not surpassed by any plant in
Married, on Wednesday Evening the
12th inst., by the Rev. E. L. King, Mr.
0. P. McRor formerly of Darlington Dis
trict to Miss M.tnv VAAtAN, of this
Died, in Conwayhoro. So. Ca., on the 8th
instant, J.ut5:s E.t.OTT CtAxtn.r.n. ins the
twelfth year of his age. eld't..0" f the iev.
JAMEs ,1i. and Z; A. Cnarn s the South
Corolinti Conf'ronec. In hi; atei.tion. which
wi.'n soatoewhiat protracte.,l rv er',' evideince. of
tat patience coansegnenat inph.; a religionis trust
mn the Savilour oaf sinner, ngr.l exparesinag him
self wiuth the uatmeist e-mnfitience "futing to' He1,at
en after death. Iie. nitted~ filmseilf to the
Methodlist E. C'htrch, XSouth, somnethina' near
two years nagi, at a par'trated tint ing,~ haeld tat
St. Luak,'s t 'huarch, 8umtetrvrille' (iren'it, by
the 11ev. .J. itI. Zi aMu :n it ,. 1 te- dlihita-d in
goling toa (Chuarch and tainjgainga thle songs.uof Zion,
onae of his favo~rite hymns wla:t
I live thy kin,ilom h.4mi,
'lThe btonse 'if thaina" bhole &c.
Ie had an extraordlinaary mind' for onae of hais
age; hi. recollectiona of amtes and inciident
were surprisingt. Ilai hw is ii. A mtet-rj
tins P'rtovidentce has cuit haima dowrn in the~ it
of bright haopes. Ihut to lhim, de,'athI is gin.
Santee Division, No, 62,
SONS OF T EM PER A NOE
A reguatr Qunarterly Mrectting oh this Di)
v'-itn, wil;lihe hteld at innmrtao, on \t d
nesday, the 10th day of .Inly next.
A stuptutous llarhbarae n'ill he f'risdahd
foir the oc-casion byv the D ivisint to w-hichi
thec puablic getne::dly, :uai onr birethiren oif thei
fraternity, pearticuarlyv, are respectfulalyv in.
Ciapt. M. M. ll:xnowv, i tie Orator for
W. C. KING, n. s.
P. S.--The Rev-. Mr. Ct..av-ros, .' r-es
pectfully solicited to adldress thec tneetitng on
i/te abo~ve occasion.
Ju ne l19- 34 4It
Persons indebted to the Estate of D). F.
WVyles, will pleasc miake paymienat to F.
Mi A. WYLES, Adm'x.
June 19, 140. 34 8t
Rail Road Notice.
Mafriotn C. 1i. S. C., jntn~e i 5, 1 8t.
The Stockhaolde'rs of the WI I, Il NGTO''.N
AND) MANCIIENTER~l ihAll, It AD) are
hterebay unotitledh, that the SI X'lI initalontai't
of FIVE DJOl,l,ARS per GI'IAllN, is re
timred to bo paid on iir lay the uirst dnav of
3a y .next. Theia Stockoderu in Sittater
I bs'triet wvill pay liar sae to C'apt. JAil F '
By order of the Iloardl of Directors.
TJreasure'r I Vi/. <5...1tan. II. I?. (-'
Jtune 19. : i .t
r-g' W''nataman wtill palease co'py.
Saddlery and Harness
FTe subscribaer nesp ect fully inaformns hits friends~
and psatronas, that lie hasis Iocattead haaimsel t in Sum-~
te'rvdIle, onie doar bielow A maaeroni'at Tl'ailaar shoi p,
tan Maain street, f,,r the putrpoase oif ropnziriang aanda
making I lnrness to order, att (laharltonai priceis.
Also, will repair and make 8aalels ll-A P,
and all kinds of mtercatabhle trade i b -a
taken for work, at the haigheast ensh prices. 'I'.e
for past favors, and~ hotpes, lay ausitag the besat
Ii-athaer of thea Chaarlisiton miarkuet, rad hait 'it t
tattetton to buisinesst, thtat lit wtill havte a poar
tion of tihe pattronag taf th acunatrv. No peainst
on his piart sihaall be latckinag tao give' fial I satisfar
tnoan, bioth Ia s to good work andi 'h-spatchI.
W. C. itJNIN.
Jaune 17 31 3tt
C~et aal Gloves, atl l'
Get.adLadies,' white', blnckanco'
Kid 'ahovers, whIte and' bhack Saik do., col'd
Miushins, [,ndies' lDreer Silk., Fringeis Thrim
mmiags, &c., for sale bay I,. it. I A NK(S.
Th pleasure of the company of Capt.
HAMMBTE'r and Company, (the Sumter Ri
fletuen,) is solicited at -a celebration at
Cau 1i1'1i1l, on the 4th of July next.
T. L. JONES,
W. E. MELLETT,
I. B. CAIN,
Committee of Invitation.
The pleasure of thte company of Captain
F. SUMtTER and Company A of the Pal
motto tegiiient, is requested at a celebra
tion at Cain's Mill, on the 4th of July
T. L. JONES,
W. E. MELIETT,
R. B. CAIN,
.Comiittee of Invitation.
Juno 12 :33 td
Orr The Fricnds of F. H. Ken
NEDY, Esq., beg leave to announco him as a
Candidate for the Legislature, at the ensu
Juno 12 33 tf
South Carolina--Sumter Dist.
Whereas, F. S. Colclough, hath applied
to tue for Lellers qf Administration, on all
and singular the goods and chattels, rights
and credits of J. A. Colclough, late of
the District aforesaid, decease.
These are, therefore, to cite and udinon
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before inc at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District, to be holden at Sumter
Court l Iouse on Friday the 28th day of June
inst., to show catise, if any, why the said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this
15th day of June, in the year of ot'r
[.. s.] Lord, one thousand eight hundred
and fifty and in the 74th year of
W. LEW,%IS, o. s. V.
June 19 31 2t
By Wt'. L. IS, Esq., Ordinary for sid
Whereas, Thos. Allison hath applied to
tue for Leiters .f Ar dmtinixration, on all and
singular the goods and chattels, rights and
credits of A. C. Houston, late of the
'T'hese arc, therefore, to cite and adlmon
ish all and singular, the kindred and c'redi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before mne, at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District, to be holden at Sumter
Court Ilouse on Friday, the 21st day of
.une inst, to shew cause, if any, why the
said ad.ninistration should not be grattted.
Given under my hand and seal, this
10th day of June, in the year of our
[t.. s.) I ..rd, one thousand eight I untded
and fifty, and in the 74th year of
WV. LEW1VI S, o. s. D.
June 12, 1830. :33 2t
Al.exnnter McTran, 1)ani.I 3fETA.an. Allen
.Me I.ran e .. W. A. Colclough, Adtur. of Cha.
It is order.i. on motion of Mayrant & Ilicha
ardrtnl, defendaunt. Sotlcitors. thist ,be creditors
of the late ('hart, .McIAan, he required to es
tahlbeh their sutnahd in this Court on or before
tih firt damy of ()ctoer ne:t at n ttat the
('ominnisionr give. notie of tii ordier by :ad.
ve'rtisitng t iw a'arn an the Court lI one doaor,
umntil ithe*. expiratioan of thme said period . nnd by
p~t~shaing it itn one of thme pa perst of this. I li,,
trw't oiwe every tu o weevks util the first day of
flENJ. F. JWNKIN.
Thea. ab~ove. it a true~ copy. ti::h Jun me. 1850).
JOlt N i. 211 tLt-L it, Corn.
Ice! Ice!! Ice!!!
VThe Subscriber wvil Ibe pireared, ott and
after Thu irsd~ay tuorintg, the :13~th mt., to,
Nttupl custnieicrs iit i IC, fX ronti 11 A.
311. till 1 o'clock, I'. 31., every day.
Frontilies wvislittg to be re gularly sup
plied, cant procutre tickeots by the D ol lars
wvortha at reduced prices.
A. J. 310SES.
.lttne 12 :33 t f
A. F. Allen,
lIl-ASTlltll. ANID ]llCKi..\YERl,
I lavinig had cons iderablet experielnce tn
lhe ;abe hoiIte of butsinessa, respectfunlly
solir'its at shtare of thte patrontage ot' thI'o
pubbile. All jobts enttrusted to hiin, will lbe
e.secuted wv ith tneat itess antd thispatch and7ttt
wvarranited to give sat isfactioni. P'lasterio'r
htinished itn superior Stylie.
Thel~ subshcriber res~pec t 1lly ifoms
Sthe putblic t hat Ite 'ontinue. lt.king, at
his oldit etatnin lirroad street tnear Al ain.
lireanl anid all varieties of Fanucv Cake,
isetnis aitni Cranckers, contstat Iv 'on hand~t
Nas Fancy Articles, etc'. nc'e., contstatly
JJ 1iFl1l, ofthe bes.t bratnds for sale.
\ll p. r.in. haavain-. any cla i.tint- tt.
t.unate.o l flary J1. -'ant fb. 11-.., d'., ,.o ...t hit
of Smanter I )~ti t, wil fil hand them rn h.galt
,on*rd. byv the. iGr.: *tftn,.r neut- tand t;.
Iy tt th In h ,.wrihetr.
StTl''TEltf'lLt.E, S. C.
Sc' (it.e onet udoor Sou'h iof ..(' SPA i '
Sm tevllJu e ,
Brown, Lee & Co,
Aventst for th Sile. of lIARl t-INS sli t!S
a 113n34d by
lIit''. p'art ondt.ed and part run..a'.
Ita'OWan, Leel 00C
Acentsn for ih SA AI... of .% A1L'I)A 1A S.
fti 'l-' UI!alJ CO.'S i,'UUDS ond Iarns.
A. J. A' I'. Mosies.
All personis indebted toi ihe late Fi' nn
of CO)NWVAY & WIlNN, are earntestly
solbicited to mtake intnneidiate patymient and
Oe r. 10, 19. rai) t.
The Southern Ps
An Ausoclatioii of ' req
Congress, senators an
constituted the undersigned a
perintond the establishment of a
at Washington City, tob do 4 t
Lion and defenco of Soutb . I to a
tutions-tle disseminatio o cor
tion as- to Northern Pollcy, a-nd the
Political AiTuirs generally, witiout p
the old party lines of Wh g and
rangeintnts are now in prog * y 7
ensure the issue of much a paper,
of ' j.
" The So u, s
for the conduct ofi 1ich, suita tor' Y
been engaged, who will also reve the
a number of eminent and abla uto .
There will be both a Tax tag t .and a
w saci.Y issue-the latter . .
t Withe same matter as the to
d dte reach those, points o the country whose
mail facilities ar limited.
A DaL t r. issue will be added hereafter uliotal
it he deemed advisable or necessary by the press,
and people of the Southern States.
The paper will not be e.rclutiely politicIN&
but will embree on its broad sheet the Gene.
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mail and telegraph : Commercial and Agricul.
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ionses of Congress, as well as the action of t'zu
local lteIislatnre on the Sonthern eiistion.
A limited nutmber only of Advertisements
will he received-the main object being to fur.
nish a large amount of reading matter. -
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size to those of the other Washington papers,
tnd the material will be procured especially for
It Is confidently hoped that every true friend
to the 8outh will nid in procuring subscriberv,
and forwanr the names, with the anlount snb.
Pcrib'i, to some Southern Representative at
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A. t'. BU'TLER,
Fsitors, andi ecrs friendly to the etier prize,
will ,leas inabli this l'rospectus, thle't will
entitle them to an exchange with th newesn
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Washington, May '25. IS'. 3?
L~~ BnaiFolsom ;
tWold repecful' mfnntd his
fritdils anal the public, that he'li now selling oit
his tine stock of
Boots and Shoes,
part of which heing lately reciodl, and now
opening, on t.'rm a advaigents ni was ever
olesred itn this iiarket. His stock consists of an
antuortmnent of superfine Giter; Tjies. Bmiukins,
unld Mises loohes, all of wtich he will he
hnalipt iolb~e... .,r luiw rur Cash, or otn a short
credit. Peins desironts of p'urcuneiig wiill itt.
well to fatvor himt with a call, at tihe noo-r .auN
Hui: .i iulr, Ont' door Wiest of Wt. Webbl's 'store.
WiIR IEH.'\S the c'ati'se ef -I)U( '.\TION
inS t r'rlia dinand- S all ct ih
wichtr tinteliint and expeirience irn, int--ar
inIo puunc of whati he be'lievest to h :the
throittou hthe It, the pnt~'priet f s
tetnling:i ilt em ttntnhr:'. It ti-'tv it' iiilib
Su'mtervillte prpatn Catrnont-:
inetuy ad th r lii' Ior i thu o l tur
girisso tltratr.ion, It. li othert kindr' :nl
once evtr-k 'i N w l weks t il ay.'trlitt.
1tita' nliit'rl oftrs or ' ' %itt\,-,~' a Thsi s:0p'
liof Xni, to thos .e 'patrimzi hif i~ ier.
.\ 'i tlto l'ri , i tl'il gm i te itet, i n' as
Bilans o tr ille at thi ..rOffice
Just' e eived by'Brow l . Leo
WIICItrTIIEY WILL SELL AS T!OW AS CAN
BE PURCH1ASED.TUIS SiDN O7 CUARLESTON.
EVERY variety of DRY Go0Ds, tdonsial
lng of-: -'
Black and colored Alpae,
Black and colored Barrege;
Plain and cordei Silk Tissue,
White and colored Mtusline,
Ginghamr'nd Musligis do., Chambray do.,
ilack Italian and Silk Cravats,
Ladies' Silk do.,
Cambric and Muslin Edging and Inserting,
Book Muslin and Swiss do.,
lileaclhed and Brown Shirting.,
Every v2riety of Gents' and Ladies' Gloves,
White, ilack, and colored hose,
Irish and Brown Linens and lawns,
English, French and American Prints,
lird Eye Diaper, Russlado.,
)owlas, Flax and Cotton Osneburg,
Fur, Panama, Leghorn, and Palm Leaf
hoots and Shoes of every variety,
look, and Stationary,
Crockery, Ilardware und Cutlery,.
hrown and Loaf Sugars,
Coiree, Molaae, Ten, Powder and Shot,
Spanish and American Segnrs,
IRaisita, Figs, Dates, Almonds,
Seda and \Vinc Crackers,
A fine lot North Carolina flacon ani Lard,
Carron Ware, iron andi Salt.
Spring and Summer of 1850,
J. T. SOOMONS. & CO.
Would inform their friends and the public
genernlily, that they have just opened a large
and elegant aruurtmaelt of
Spring & Simuaumer Goods
of every description, such as
I'iain anl Figured Munslins,
illnek and. Mode liaragea,
Fancy and Embroidered do.
Silk 'i wues ari ('olored imyrns,
i.inen L.tstres and ('haibravs,
Sn iris 3ta.lins,, I'lain anl Enhroidered.
(Ginelats. Pansy arn: Mourning l'rints of
every varety, etc.
A h..antiful assortnent of wh bite anti Fanny
Linen Drilling--, irown Linen', Urnp p'Etes,
Uroltn (lot Is. Mtarseilles Veting. llnek und
colrd Silk (ra nts. Gitnghanind Muslin do.,
('otttodes, lileache.l and Brown Shirtings and
Shinl::s of every qwality with a variety of
(,oods too nIncrouls to w. ,lseilled.
They wol invite larticular attention to their
stock of lEAi)Y M1A11"; ('L iN, which
haviny been pturchased of the 3anufacturers at
the Lieir .4 C/ah prices, they arc prepared to sell
on the inst reasonable lerm;,s.
A fine nr.o,,rtment of I .os, Y'out!s and Mr.n'v
I fat., consisting of l'aln 'atf, Irghorn, Pna
ma, white aid black ,jltt llungarian. and fine
and iLavier Ilnt,s-with lots, Shoes,
('rockery, Cutlery, (la.'wware, Saddlery, and
('arppe.tters Tool, nay a..o be found by calling
wo doors North of the Court Iiou.'e.
W. G. IIA-:eItOrr. -'
"'M aml 255", King Street.
Is ntow receiing aTnd oilrs to purchasers of
l)RY )GOOD, ho may visit the City one of
Largest Stocks of Rich and
ever exposed in (harleston. avitng made ex
tenhive arrangements lir SPRI1NG SA L.ES, he
nafilently invite. purehtasern to his stock as it
is unusually attractive, emobracing all tie vn1
ritic of New and
Eleguant Silks. both black and colored.
- Grenadine, Silk Muslin, 'ri.ucs;
c Bargs,~s both plain ahtd printed;
Ginglames. int 11u>lin, ltints
I mrierietl~ts ofa~ vardr styles, (ik e
Evei n ric' Iod it2.. nga variety; l n
AWhiot enisaca Lsla of all the haiieqaieavy
a and tiko iianl'ald tt io; ~m
i'uiaenrn I~erai at0. a pn Fabricn:
iiloietr. Glsandia ~mle Unde Vests, 0 Wt ( ilaMe
Emride .ture. Rvee sto-tichle mad Ptni La.
h n., n ta mb"vr' ric dks. in gn-n Dariey;Co
I ofat Woa adCttaon~li.,a1r'l:1 l'abis
N. 11.m abi.lcs t'antation ute, adtgthert wi~
isll ainan lin ltai tatllhe Maktt upryausawth thef
Inr l'ain, tan utockawll be ontdtv to em
linanda., wtilk t oe at th-rfr('ao
N.io tl.-rehasr lmade htaged nddits to isR
Wh-de Va lilotm a wir. be prepared to ne
lat ul inites the ar~ttntion of ar.l wo wihi cat.
i iae o~ l at Low I'..r ersor Cashl ofitr
prYp tir' c0v.atagla ato
,z i~ The~ Sth-crier httatlRemoaed is Fi'wi,, I.
aI'a'l 1- W.tla~ t. (O ra to Mr.t tA.ls. Intaie. m'.w
bu tilbbn r ''ai.s (y- aihre hea. wa'i kee p on
iii tmaly on iand, la i-nalai.3 n art o.u
( tl,, *Si aro. \ arei tt cnikcingt, itapir of
ltiu....... itaz reai., irepa nsa Pha n riande
nlia Mahoanv. 3isandle (oamb, fzliininLe t'l'r
Th'ie subsci.ariber i< prep1aredl to futrnih Blitas
'.n--hi tandi Iior,. at (Charlestaon l'r....
illb Standl wt haere' aull rders ill hais linto wilil be
31.ay 15 2j if
liThe tntderr.igned, hint inc ll'emoived one door
below \\ mt...bi,'i New Yo.rk .''tre w-uatl
n-spectlfally solicit thei paltronauge haoretofoiro fla..
ii redi by ih iriendls nan1 theai cit izans of Stumter
agentirily, hemitja ,atiiedki tht he. enn nec~uoms
dat t hleml 'IithI any~ artiales, in haia linea oif butsti.
aiss cansito ota'tf ai; bre nnd weli a'elected nu~a
ITlam stgi.h~iber riespectfually. infartus his Ctsto
mer., and th.. i illunntity ai large,. thati )tiJt
jt'it recie at l I arge n4.irllni'nt oaf g
I NtS oif tai desc.ripionsa. togeiiter with tvi~rge
stick of Sprn a and Sunuate~r ,
Ilently Ylate ('IoWaiu5 g
all oif wuIhi, wvill Ib' sold lowv fair cashl, or to
tilntallshatmiri; ideaa nli all]ndexamlinaefor
Mar D.I. W VINN.
I tyill givea the above reward for proof to
Aconvietiona of moy Matn C'[IIIES. (a earpen.
ta'r by lrtrade itg htarhemred hy-any 'n-abonti
ble Wie Man, ntI Tweti' five Dllars for
hlii ap~prehensariona anda delivoury'In Sumter Jail.
.Salhl boyt was boutght fronm Ii ton4 C'orbit,, andii
ha2s1 a ifel at iteynobals in Danrlhlt~tan, nea'tr
A. A1 MONFS.
thodi t .r~
Have elevated ,ottZi rsti pove il
from moderate pJrhidtafences Lo 44
ence of the higheast loe, withiitb66tuerfr
years. They have distributed more rlM f
ney, scattering i. over Jevery scin
Union, than the value ef the cojnbse4
of those Millionares of AmeriA, CIRA3D 4'
Asrox. In fact, the-pnpteced ceen
"CITADEL OF PRIZE W !
The present year Is ti obleent -ofC 0 4r1
Loticr-., liberat.inveatment h yjt 'W; 1
renowned House of PTrFs & Co. i.'
yield a hbrct of Gold, for th* ar'
rraly to cah al their pries in this ;ii::.'
The mouth. of May which shonulJu u=
by all human calculation bri
fu! anp smiling, aus u-gay
with her bleak, wat attd stormy dayerj *vl*
that the seasnns themselvesarefcKs-b
& Vo.,-ase always at home, chring !..t
dening the hearts of their friends' 1Vh S
has been all froens they; have been al r
from tqu reflection of the dail amount o'$ie#
sold, whit-h foots a guarter of a iillioitoJ'1g.
larn ! ! Yes,
In one month ! I And from ti spleudid IOtus
of June, we have every right to expect thatoiaer
300,000 Dollars I
will find the pockets of those wh ii''ri
little to gain mus A" at the " Citadel of PrIcA, ! :
No. 1 Light Stret
PRIZES! PRILZES!! PRIZE I I."
850,000, numbers 18 37 '63, paekago qulirter
tickets, rent to North Carolinu k
$30,000, numbers 24 40 72, package half t19k
etA sent to l'ennylvnnin. -
$25,000, numbers 44 78, whole ticket, e6tn to
South Carolina. -
120,000, rinubern 1 13 25, package hll. ti.kts,
sent to Virginia.
018,000, numbers 10 19 55, half iicked:, sent to
$15,000, numbers 40 49 57, par-kage wvhole
ets, sent to Alintmna.
812,00() nunbers 3') 62 63, package half tic:ets,
sent to Olio.
$8,00. numbe.-r 27, 53 51, half tickets, sent to
$4,000, numbtrs 15 22 70, whole tickets, ent to
3,t)0, numaber~ 33 4359, package halftickti
sent to Oio.
Aind an innumerable number *f snialler
rent to differcut parts of the country.
WAND ARRAY OF LOTTEltIES
lip" Confidence Strictly Obserrett.
Datr. Capital No of Price of Price or
May Prizes. Ballots. Tickets. P'ck'gs 's'
1 6.1o,OKt) 78 Noe.12 drawn 810 $3U00'
:3 25,000 75 Ncs.12 drawn 8 17,01
4 24,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn 5 1750
5 :30,000 78 Nos. 15 drawn 10 -
0 22,000 78 Nos. 14 drawn 5
7 20,000 75 Not. 1:lro wn 18 0'
R11 b .5Nj ! ran1,.6010 20(),0 78 Non l~idraw-. i
11 30,000 75 Non. 12 drawn $0 --
12 30,0() 78 Nun. 14 draw n 10 :35
13 24,000 75 Nos. 12 drawn b 18510
14 15,00x) 75 Nos. 14 drawn 4 I3
15 80,000 78 Nos. 20 drawn 32 11000
17 85,(XX) 75 Noe. 11 drawn 10 .3900
18 25,0(1) 78 Non. 10 drawn 5 2200
10 33,000 75 Non. 13 drawn 10 8500
20 18,00) 78 Non. 18 drawn 5 18 $0
21 20,000 75 Nos.15 drawn 5-.4500
22 37,000 78 Noe. 18 drawn 10 +3700
24 5 10,000 75 Nos-12 dra . 8 27
915 24,0(K) 78 Nbs. 13 drawn 5 1850
26 3.50007 Noe.I6 drawn 10 381
27 24,M)07 Nos.12 drawn 13 160
PLEA E.RV1~ *
Correpondents please bearinurnind
that the prices of Packages of QuAntenr
l ack-ets OsiLv are puplished in this paper.
(l7 The PANTFD OlIejal .drawings
which Correspondents cart rely upon- as
hemy~ correct, are always forwarded -ftoua
(LT Bank Drafts nr Certinecates dDe
posit payable in Gold at sight, w$ be
promndtly remitted to those C~orrnsyondents
who draw prizes at PYPER & CO'S.
U-. Remembaer-A PacAo off Tickdt,
can draw toua of the most splendid prizes
in a schiemte.
U7 In ordecr to secure a Fortuneand
thecash immediately after the reult it
knmvn,, the readers of this paperbhave only
to remit ensh Drafts or prize tickets, to the
Old Etstablishmecnt, far famed andi taly
fortunate Exchtange and Lottery Dro1'ern,
No 1.LIGUT PY F ER & CO.
No 1 LiirrSTREET DALTlMoRE8 MD.
Juno 5, 1850 32
Just received by a late 'arrval rom
Chsarleston, a freesh Stock of ~
Dr'y Godts amnIt Groccreae ,
Consiting in part as foliows :
I.adies and Gentlemuen's Shoen, of Va- *
riotus descriptionst ; Misses and Childrens
(14.; a ime assortmnt of Hato and~Ca
for Stmnmer ; also, .Coffee; Stigar; o
la.eses; Cider Vinegar; Candles; No.1I
Mackerel; Pickled Pork ; Sali; Wa~ter
Buckets ; line large lBroomns Spice; Pop
per; Cloves; Ginger; Mace'; also, a flnr
lot of 'Tin Ware ; all of which will[be old
low for cash trade---b
Opposite Wmn. Weobb's N. Y. Store.
NEW STOREI. 4.
Cheap Dry Goods and Gro
.S. ROSENRAU.~ wmddlc teaffectfully
mf'or,n the estizens of Dar~ngton,. Maioie
smter, and WVillintsbirge that9 Aimsb
opened a NEW 8TORE~ at Etlnin N, or *
othierwhse, Lawrence's Bridge, t erltgtoas
District--consk-ting of Calice, lomnes. -
puns, plain and figured Muslins, Ribbons1
Lace Bobtoinet, Ladies' add Genitlemeni
Gloven and lIfosiety; Aipacens, etc~ etc.
Also, a prime stock of Grocerior,. isrd
ware, Cutlery, Clfuckery, &c., and (naar
other art icles too num~erous to moenltn; atk
of which, he otTers cheap for cash. Call
and examine for you eslves.
Etlinghatm, May ~,1%9. 00
Improved Cotton Gins,
wises o ifor th alics that ~ugcr:hi
Manfatuos O'TO GI2N his I
ttblsmnt in Sintesbtrg, tn the Mm~it --
proved and npproved plu-of the ni aim
p)lo construction, of thet fmera fiih aeo
the best miaterials, todWitg &cee
Steel PJiatd Rlibs, itu Mrdaa4wi
ito will soll for twit kdlari, a - e
also reptra old Gins, ud p)tu~berm ittmE
pleo order at the ahortat Imiott ---411 or
dors for Gina ilb popl and'pnnctua!.
ly attended,. ilb popl
Stte burg, S. C. April 3, 1850. 23 n
Reduced to 460 from
THE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FROM
I. CHARLESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the Wharf at the foot o
Fturens-st. daily at 3, p. m. after
r iv of the Southern cars, via %
ON, and WEL)ON, N. C. I' .
RBURG, RICIHMOND, to WASH.
tNGTON, BA I'. (MORE, PIIILADEL.
'IIIA. and N. YORK.
Thu public is respectfully informed that
the steanters of this line, from Chtarlesto
to Wilmington, are in first rate condition,
and are navigated by well known and expe.
rienced cornnanders, and the railroads are
in tine order, thereby seduring safety both
and dispatch. A 'THRuOUGH TICK ET
having already been in operation will be
continued on and after the first of Oct
1849, as a permanent arrangement from
Charleston to New York. Passengers
availing themselves thereof, will have the
option either to continue without delay
through the route or otherwise, to stop at
any of the intermediate points, rcncwinr
their seats on the line to suit their conve
nienco. By this route travellers rmn
reach New York on the third day during
businesshours. Baggage will be tickcetet
on boardthe Steamner to Wehln,, as like.
wise on the change of cars, at the interne,
diate points from thence to N. York.
Through Tickets x'M0 each, can alone be
had fromu E, VINSLOW, Agent of tht(
Vilington and Raleigh It. I. Company
at the oflice of the Company foot of blt's.
tens-street, to whote please apply. Fot
other information inquire of
1' C. DUNCAN,
At the Afnerican I lotel, Charleston S. C
Mr 0 n 05 1v
To lIiuters and Fainllic.
The Salsseriber intiiiling to reiove fren the
eorner 'f King and Mtarket street, to the New
Ston. in the lfend of liiig sireet, is drirous of
rednirinir his Stock ns nieh n. jksileP. prior ti
removad. I'lunters nnd fa milies cnn avail theme.
iclvcn 'fnn opsjwrtunity of lavivw ini their sup.
plies frit tune of the I.A I(.ST cawl - .X'i
tassorted tucks in the cite. nt priren Ion er thu
SVer offireti, norng whi'ch will be foiind,
(nn p- New Stile light col'd Janges at I9 3-1,
10n4" " " ". at 2
5 c-ases 'inaintl and Orgaimlie 3liins 10 ant
2 ens li0ht col'l i at f, 1
2 cnesn hhick ate h kite tnnrn'g " at 12 ,
r''n-neh col'l lMn-lins, 1.awoe and Ilan-ge
front 18 3-.- to 62 1.2.
R ich SiILk..
I case rmall Plaii Finland Silks. at 37 1-2,
I car 1p.6n col'I Silka. at 5).
uri .,I and ti 'inidi Silks tit 62 1.2,
lieh :,i'tl Silks at ev low pries,
Vll silk Grenadin at 3t' 1-'2., s.
)onble % itih A Ilps:ca Illr,-.., at Y3.
'lain black illn-ietr e. 3leirning (;n.ii tits,
Pli abid nw tripe~d 31nelin+e at 1.50 l..,
White dotted Nwit 3In-lins,
'unriorr Saxony (Ganze Flannebt, coli'd Flann
Btn k 1.ice V'isittes. wi hit. nnl black Seawing
Silk Slhaw I .
Mixt TI'meeds a11 I'l 1--2,
'lnid I.inens at 12 1-2 a 1+ 3-"1. (Gnnhrs-s...
lrowu and wi hite I.inent Drill, ol'd Listin
.iglht coil'l Sa--iteres, Merin do., Pluin 1.in.
'-es of C'ulicoes anil A pron ('heek n. t G 1--4,
" " 'ntalo rt t il'- . nit (i 1.1,
N. F. ('orner of imr-: ani Market
20,000 lbs, Iron Assorted,
000O( ydls. Osnahairps,
000O1 ytIs. Itrown: isirting anit sheetsinvir,
000 ys. 111I:w Iloin-stic no. wl, To igs,
Fr--h Sit:a, WiV. arniow .uiton t'rakers ande
fre:.h --upplyv u oial kintls of 4;otis js0t re
ss-e l.:iiil for sa Ie, hb
Groceries Just Received,
."ei:,th andl Lsiorlisn Porter, ini pt-s.;
Port any I 3asitr.a Wines-;
b' er Vno-v~ar;
i00 0 l-'ine Se-g ars, for sie by
Twsto nni-I Sti. rasichi '-oIsis i ns.! Sier sper
lonii~i.. Tho.9 ntsI h i :iv nel 3ir. Wm.
tlarkl.p itike of lI's.ugs ri-ir in othe-rre
Fsszor aein by1. ;iai~tl
11ourn nv. (;. ,si iif the latest .stles.
Xlii. is" N w i iso i lof a itla si i lsings~.
Tp. J. '-01.ot5)1i3 & Co0.
nown a5 the - ('/II)N -.'s I-Ni."fo'irme~rly kesvpt
yv 3lr. Xi m.2 3elun,. ins the uma isof ,taimlenv,
.s hirie he i, preparl iio amiiiiiuns l&ie travieller
-i elt h-Lams-- psnh-i aibr,.snl as vat hemtat-,
rir- ai veil- ts i 'lt buin n 'til.
Tiras elb-r. siiiiinu..tated fr ai sic!. niact,
sid- briealIaii ini lune- fr thei e iar-m i thei iorni
flg. act lii Mb-rate- c-i si.... J. t. E. It )t )N .
Fich 1 IN., I16 tf
VWm. Allston Gourdin,
ivi ('in innents-vd of
ittic-e, ('ofttoiu. Coral, Nu:ir,
It v.v v ' am -3.---.- li-s..r.. ( siardini. \l at di
A pril '2 I, 185,p. 2i l v
Webb Clark's Hotel,
lThivs Ill-ie is sit iatedu in the msit plevas.
>e' pvt-leaed t sins friendvis anid thei trv.
ling?4 pubsl .1; prun.saingt to spaire no4 e'Xer
lins oni hiss part to rendievr thern (comforta-.
dle. (limr iwi reasonable/v.
.m1 23 13 t f
mdl ('hade4.4sm Coniirie'r .ipy three inoths
mdt snd blls to this oitlice for piaym.ent.
Saddlery, Harness, &c,
Iltal. ('lit)lung., &c-., jmnt, riseliivend for i-ate