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of New York 4signp oiI31
to be obiserved In reupt o'ibtbteth
of notea, Christnbs,~ No Yea~ Ti ar a
giving nd tho.:4lif6i~.~
jn'ie ear etiding oa the jst gf A pril
18 9, lrlandasut New York two hun
dredt and ir hlpsagd,;lg hdadred t
thirty ax immigrants. amWi
*Acid of Mir..Joseph Connor, in ib
astiid 'In a cheui'r, im'd'*hiileiutbiplinj
to grsp somerling thaat attracted its atten
tin it Iastitt balance and fell into'%i
'f~h6e blnrg'nar, It bur.ned to desth
t~I' GoodA eporter isag that I
Y9tedlhy. bp 'last steamer suimples:c
tb9rman Wools and the prices curren
a:thadate. Comparison wvith Amerioal
wool shows that if it requires two pound
to mnkea a yard of broadeclolh, and- the
cost for weaving is 45 centu, the preseri
larifi' is sufficient to enable the Americai
to conmpete successfully with the Germai
P. IAD(LPH1IA SAJSTiS.-W.' lea t
from the ohhrge of'Judge Kelly, delivere
af PhilgdeIl::aor Moniday last, ihat oi
thp 3st o s2 ecember; there was coni
findln titentlary 121, in >the cli;
prion J5 Unhfooni'alyrison 248, i
the iAhoiad 1, 927, and in thie hous
of e'ilug 1Uf84making in~ all 2,624 pni
It hui heen decided by the Circui
Cdi~dut Balston Spings,i4. Y., that
persn~tavelingin a rail road car, thotig
pied:by him from the starting-point, lhe
Stheodight to reclaim~ and hold it, durin,
lis journey,f&m any person who, take!
advantage of' his tomporary absence, ma:
have taken posession of it.
Thetipe at Mackinaw last wveek we
as solid. as in1 mid winter, and no wate
was visible at Mackinac. Trhe Indian
were orrassing on the ice from Mackina
to Beaver' Island, in Lake Michigan,
trip seldom attempted in the hardest win
ter." In Lake Superior the the wiater Wa
visible from the summit of "Great Cap,
which is aibout seven hundred feet high.
ephaRdu et A Regular Physl
" ieer, Me., sept. 30. 1845.
This crtlfses that I have recommendled th
ie~of AtSTAR'S DAlSAM OF WILl
,i PRRY for. disease. of siii Lung., for tw
viii 1tst6'sud many bottles to my knowledg
hae been' used by my patiente, alt with honeti
d~~.esudta. In tLy, cases, where ii was ttiuUugh
nd su4aunn hd takena place, th,
E.BOYDEN, Physicisan at Exeter Cornel
SQUACKERY! NO DECEPTION!
-All published statements or cures performe
* hy tls niedcin, aire, In every r,-tepect, T'RUE
EWA4RE OF COUNTIEIIFEITS ANI
IMITFAI'ONS. The esgprmlleled aned asto1
ihing'effiiy of' Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wit
4,herry in all the diseases for which it is recen1
mended,-caring many cases afreer the skill
the bestphysicians was unvailing, has etrects
a large and lucreasing it.nsael for it. This fae
hmbiesiipd . reveral unpriincipled counterfeitel
and lim tors to, palm off spurious mixtures,e
similiiyname and eppearance, fur thue genuin
13a2Weful and get the, genuine DR. WVI.
TAR't fBALSA31 OF WI LI cHERRY.
Nonai gentiine unless signed 1. BUTT!
ntho wrapper. For sale in Sumterville L'
MTIERR.-& BOSSA RD,at the Drug Sturc
and bhy Truggists generally in douth~ Carc
The -ao'rd of..Trustees or the Bradfor
i pragsmale Institue Company, will met
iaSuday. the 19th May next, fur the pur
~o~feetug a Principal for the Institute
ij asalary. of One Thousand Dolle, an
sw aistant female Toachers, one of the
to struct in Music, with a salary of Thre
Hdndred and Fiity Dollars each, and a Bur
-star, with a salary of Five Hundred Dollarn
The situation is well known as one of th
miost healthy and desirable in the State, an
the Board of Trustees determine to rustain
omuinyg'j of. the :first class, consequenti~
in.need apply without the highest teatimo
nials, lith as to character and qualifications.
Cotsmunications auddressed (post-paid) ti
"Ray4 # . Green, President of the Boar<
at Bomterville, S. C." will receive attentiori
D. B. McLAUJRIN, Sec'y.
4pri1 18848. 24 5t
- t a t yNo. 2. Upper Bat. 44 R
8C. UY:i parade in Sumterville, -at 11 0c
clpek otithe 1stSaturday (5th day) of May
armied as the law directs for drill.
Patrol:Warrants will then be returned.
Pursaut to an order from Major Anderson
Eulleddoknfor Esan' -of the Company wil
4, be held dt China's Hotel on the same day.
Managsg iser Colciough, Sergt. Cran
yorder of Capt- BLANDNo,
J. 0. IHERIOT, 0. S.
Apri 12,1849..* 25 8t
EIIGHT HUN.DRED POUNDS F01
sale low for Cash. Enquire of T1homas
CohhApi,1849. .25 tf
'MILH. J, BRISSECNDEN, of Charlestor
Profesor of Music, offer. his services in th
*Forniation and Instruction of Military Band:
&c. MMr; B.js possessed of the most satis
factory/testioniauls regarding capability and
charaslse' Commutuications can be. address
ed to the care of.Mr. F. Zogbaum, 201 Kin
street, Charleston, B. C.
AMil 18. 25 .3m
I 'will give a reward of 910 foi- my bo
DONAS, who left me about the 20th Januar
last. Dhasis about 25 years old; 5 feet
inches high, boyr legged, black complectio
with, a fine set of teeth. He is supposedt
ho .harbored in 'the neighborhood orjtbot
Sumterville. The above rewardl will be giu
en to any one who mill deliver him to me c
any Jail so that Iean ge hm
April 9, 1849. 25 tI
Wiltbe cloed on, hm; rs i
against rpwrnxif*; 1ie .14 . W'n ' 4
parsons havinmsd 46: - s andJw hot P, 410
w)settle uj~o~p'b(r~tuatM n
inune,a aunaid m 1nhw1b od~
April 18, 1849. - .25'
C of Sth .ai-oNnd, by the Hon JOHN
Copies 6f this invaluable'work,whichishould
be in the hinds of every planter, and slave.
holder, may be obtained on application-: to
W . LEWIS. Price 50 cents per copy, or
5' ,p'en for,,02
Aprili 1 24. . t
MRS. HOLBURT'& LANAGAN, have
t the'honor of acquainting theiLadies of Sum.
terville and vicinity, that they havejust open.
ed a handithme assortment of spring Bonneta
of the latest styles; consisting of Silk, French.
Lace, Neupoitans and other Braids; Also a
I Rich assortment of, French flowers, Ribbona
I Wreaths, Embroidered Capes, Collars, Cuflh
j likewise Lustre Linensend Linen arogggg
Embroidered Do.; together with other hand.
some Syles for Dresses which they will be
pleased to have themn call kndeaine.
N.--Dressn akingcarried on -in all its
April 11, 1849. 24 8t
t New Spring & Summer Goods
a The subscribers have just received anc
1 are now opening a benutirul and well se
- lected assortmnent of Goods, suitable for
a the season. Among their rich selection
I will be founi-Barages, Muilins. Ging.
1 hams and .every -variety- of Calicoes.
r Also, for Gentlemen's, wear Linen drills
Drab d'Ete's, and Cottonades. A general
9 nasortment, Colton 'Goods, such as Brown
r Bleached'and color'd, Homoapuns Check.
9 Bed Tioking 28 and 30 inches; Curtrighi
3 Osnaburgs, Crockery, Hnrdware, Shoes
a fiats, &c., &c,, at CharlIston prices,
CLARK & LEWIS.
s A pril 11 24 if
Runaway or stolen from the subscriber an the
10th February, 1848, a nrgro man named Dock
formerly went by the name of SENTRY. He
is about 30 years old, five feet ten inches high
cheek bones very proinluout, jet black; his front
s teeth much rotten, and has a down look; whet
) called by ane woulal answer quickly. but whet
a expresing himself speaks slowly; his heir gre
a very low on his forehead. I will pay the above
the reward if he is hodged in any Jail within ihe
t limits of the State; or will pay the above reward
if sufloient proof can be hai to conviet the Indi.
vidual of theft, and will pay the reward of $25
it lodged in any Jail its any other State.
J. J. MNFADDEN, Sen.
Salem, Sumter D st. S. C. April 11, 1849.
- t The Temperance Adnbeate, Columbia,
I and Courier, Charleston. will give the above 3
- weekly insertions and forward their W.it to this
doffice. 24 2t
MISS EARAH S. BROOM respectfullyan.
a nounces to the citizens of Kingstree and vi.
f cinity, that she will'open a School for the re.
v ception of scholars, on Monday, the 16th o
April. For terms, &c. appi at the Academy
April 9, 1849. 8 At
SIMYPROVED) COTTON .GINS
; Thankful for past favours, the subscribet
wishes to inform the public that he still
Manufactures COTTON GINS at his Es.
., tablishment in Statesburg on the most im.
proved and approved plan, of the most sim
ple construction of the finest finish, and ol
i the best materials, to wit, Steel &aws and
t Steel plated ribs case hardene'd, in which he
- will sell for two dollars per saw. Hie alac
, repairs old Gins, and puts thorn in com.
i riete order at the shortest notice. All or
i ders for Gina will be promply and punctu.
a ally attended to.
- WILLIAM ELLISON.
.Statoburg8. C. A prdl 11, 1849. 24 tj
SHERIlFF'S SA LES.
By virtue of sundry Executions to me di.
rected, will be sold at Sumter Court House,
on the first Monday and day following in
May nexct, within legal hours of sale, to
I the highest bidder for Cash. the following
.property. Purchasers to pay fer Titles.
One tract of 100 acres of land
in Clarendon, edjoining lands of D. G. Short
er and Est. of Joe. H orton, levied upon as
the property of James Carter, ar., at the suit
.of Feer, Briggs &Co.
Lot and buildings thereon in
.Sumtbrvi lle, adjoining the City Hall levied
upon as the property of A. Ar.derson, at the
suit of Kelsey & Dens, 2 cases.
H ARVEY 8KINNER., S. 8. D.
I Shorifi' ' Office, 16th April, 1849.
By virtue of sundry Executions to me di.
rected, will be sold at Sumter Court House,
on the first Monday and day following in
May next, within the logal hours ol
sale, to the highest bidder, for Cash, the fol
lowing Personal Property. Purchasers te
t Pay for Titles.
.3 negroes, levied on as the
property of A. Anderson, at the suit of H. H1
Wells and W. Ramnsay and H. Haynswortki
1 negro, levied on as the pro
,~ perty of John W. Brownfield, at the suit ol
A. C. Spain and T. Lynn.
, 1 negro, levied on as the pro.
erty of J. J. Belser, at the suit of Mcfla &
I1 negro, levied on as the pro.
'pryof M. Brogdon, a t the suit of James D
- 6 negroes, levied on as the
prty of John a Coiclough, at the suit of F
Lanneau, John D. Murray and T. L. Gour.
5 1 negro, levied on as the pro.
a perty of JH. Colclough, at the suit of J. S
t 1 negro, levied on as the pro.
-perty of R. F. Ligun, at the suit of S. May.
r rant. To be sold at the risk of the forme.
HARVEY SKINNER, s. a. D.
Anril la 184I). Ja St
Dr .GodIn Charleston
-EA UV yle the attention or
I'lanter* and thioflimifeb. iwho iit the city io,
.19 h hiStock whieh
,sasist* of every ly of & and Elegant
rabrie, 1o a1)ra-.e s
hk8 Gianlu Twa. Silks, Bareg,-s, Fus.
line, Sewing Silk, Grighams, Prints, Lawn.;
Bombstines, lladys, Alpacas.
bhawls of every Style, much as, elegant Plain
and.'Embrord iCana Crape, Cashmere,
sawin * Solk. P!k ,Mjli,. Baroge and Plain
Line D Deasisks, 1laspjs Long Law,.
Linen Sheeting* and Linp Goodiin great vare-.
Hosley, white Good, Goods for Gentlemes
Id bi'DOMESTId GOODS ROOMS; will
be found as neual a complete assortment of all
the lead)ng Styles of Doinsatio Goods, such as
are adapted, to. servants wear and family us
lie etldently invites aUeptioa to the Stock
as ono of the
Largest and most Ex'tensive
in the Southera f ountry.
and the Prices always the LOWEST PUS..
253 King Street. Carleston S. C.
April 1849. 24. tf
Rimaining in the Post Office Sumtervlle, S.
C. Quarter Ending March 31, 1849.
A--James 11 Amaron, Britton Allabrooks.
B-Mrs Ann Buddin, G %11 Bradford, Fraiiois
B .Brown, Mrs Caroline Brown. W W
Bradford. Theodore Borry, Mrs Washington
Brunson, Hickson & B er, Miss E " N
BrookIngton. Mim' Alle.n A Barkley, Mrs
Lucy Bracey, W Barkley Harry Bowls, W B
C-Mrs Marry, E Carthen, 3 J (handler,
Daul R Clark, Gert 6 R Chandlerj Goo P Cocke,
Geo W Cooper, JAehn A Colclough.
D-Mrs Leonora Davis, Langdon DUkins, M
Deschamp., W S Deschamps.
E- Edward Epps, Mrs Sarah Exum.
F-Edwin J Felder, IWiley Fort, W L Felder,
John A Fraser, Wm Freeman.
G-J G Gatlin, John J Garden.
H-Samuel Harvin, Dr M L Hartsell, John
R Horsey, Martin L Harwell, At D Henry.
J-Mlis P James.
K-William J Kennedy, Mis Ann A King.
1-Wm A Law, leaae N Letioir.
M- John Montgumery, W McFarland, W
B R Mitchellefohn N Mines, Miss Elizabeth F
h-Burrell Norton, James H Norton, John
Newman, Mrs Annm Nettles.
O--Srs Maria B Oliver. Hon John Belton
O'Nral, James and Wm Plowden, Dr James M
R- M Ienfro.
8-Joshua A Spear., Mrs Vi.leo A Scar.
borough, Wm Saunders, F Sumter, Laurence
T-James L Tharnes.
V-Wm Vaughan, Isham Vaughan.
W-Joseph Wells, Mrs MaryE Wilder, J W
Wet4, Warren D Wasts, Mrs Mary Wells,
Hardy Woodward, H G Witherspoon.
HENRY H AYNSWOR I'H, P. U.
NEW DRUG STHRE,
The subscriber would respectfully inform
his customers, friends, and tho public gener
ally of Sumter, that he has, and wvill conatant
ly keep on band, a Fresh and well selected
stock of Medicines, Paint.', Oils, Dye Stufib,
Window Glass and Putty; Fine Soaps and
Fancy Articles; all of which will be sold
R.. SIDNEY MELLETT, M.D.
One door west qf Mc Lean's old stand.
P, S. All orders from the country prompt
ly attended to.
Of thae Mails asad Pass.enger
Trains on thae S. C. Rail-Road.
On and after Wednesday, the 4th of April,
the Passenger Train will leave Columbia at
o o'clock, AM.
ON MONDAYS, WE DNESDAYS, and
FRIDAYS, an Accommodation Train will
leave the Junction at 7 o'clock and 40 mmi
utes and arrive at Camden at 10 o'clock
and 10 minutes; Returning, will leave Camn
den at 2 o'clock, and arrive at the Junc
tion at 5 o'clock.
ON TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and
SATURDAYS, the Accommodation Train
will run to Columbia, leaving the Junction
at 7 o'clock and 30 minutes, will arrive at
Columbia at 9 o'clock and 20 minutes; and
returning will leave Columbia at 8 o'clock,
arrive at Junction at 5 o'clock.
ON TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and
SATURDAYS, a Passenger may leave Camn
den at 5 A Mi., and arrive at Columbia at
9 A. Mi., and may leave Columbita at 8 P.
Mi., and arrive at Camden at 8 P. Mi.
GEO. 8. H ACKE~R.
Agent Transportation 8. C. Rt. Rt.
April 11 24 6t
All frrons indebted to the stte of Thns
Bracey, of Sumter District, deceased, are re
quested to make payment; and all persons
having claims agamnst the same are cailed
upon to present their accounts, properly at
ted, to E. Mi. Anderson, Esq., 8umterv.o
J. P. WATIES, Qual~fied Ex'or.
Jan, 20 1849. 13 3m
The Cash is deposited for the Purchase
of a few likely young Negroes, from 12 tn25
years of age. Enquire at the Sheriffs Office.
Sumterville, 10 March, 1840. 20 tf
The undersignen has just received a full
and general assortmentof Now Goods which,
he will sell very low for Cash or good paper.
April 4. L .HNS
A fine assortment of Ready Made Clothing
with Shirts Drawers Cravats Gloves &c.
Panama Leghorn and Palmleaf Hats,
broad brim fur do., ve.-y low for Cash.
L. B. HANES.
orme ,of NJ3WAND ; HO
ting, -Drilliy g, ni
large Asidrtmerio at
at prices to -uit the Times
cll the attention of the Reulden
Ar.so, An assortment of Military Trim
April 11 2
The Subscribers hiavo formed a C6partner.
ship, under the firm of CLARK ar, LEWIS.
Their stand is the New Store recently erec..
ted on Broad Street, opposite Dr. Mellett's
Apothecary, where they will keep a General
Assortment of MERCHANDISE, to be die
posed of at the loeug prics for Cah. The
publc gnerally, and the Ladies particularly
are inv ted to call and see.
JAS. H. CLARE,
Sumterville, April 2, 1849. 28 tf
New Goods Received.
The subscribers are now receivin from
New York, a large and well seletted tock o
Dry Goods, viz.: -Brown Shirtings Long
(loth.; Brown and bleached cotton Drills
Irish, Brown and Plaid Linens, Linen Drills
Barajes, Linen Lustres; Colored and white
muslins, Linen Ginghams, Muslin Ginghane,
Colored and black cotton do.; Colored, black
and Furniture prints of all kinds; A well
selected stock of Hosiery; Goods for "ntle.
men's Clothing of various kinds; Ready.
made Clothing of every description; A large
assortment of Bonnets; Leghorn, Panama,
Palm Leaf lat.; Boots and Shoes, Saddlery,
Trunks, Valiso Trunks, Carpet Bg.s, &c.1
Hardware and Cutlery, Dooks andl Stationery,
&c., to be found at their stor, 3 doors nord
of the Court House. Groceries of ever de.
scription to be found at their Grocery, I doo
north of the Court House." Call and take a
. J. T. SOLOMONS, & CO.
FRESH AND BEASONABIE
hEADY MADE CLOTHING,
The subscriber has just opened, a splendk
assortment of Cloths, Cassimers, Vestings
Drab D' Ete, &c. &c. In fact every article
in a Gentleman's Outfit. Also, a variety a
Readymade summer Clothing, all of wilct
will be sold at a small advance for the Cast
or to punctual customers.
D. J. WINN.
March 28, 1849. 22 at
The subscribers would respectfully. inform
their friends, and customers that the am
now receiving their SPRING STOCK, from
New-York and Charleston, which they will
sell as low as can be purchased in this place
either for cash or to approved customers.
All we ask is that you give us a call and
examine for your-selves, and we doubt not,
that ample satisfaction will he given.
BROW N, LEE & Co.
Sumoterville, 28 Feb., 1849. 18 tf
N EW G O ODS.'
The clubscribers have just purchased
and received a GENERAL STOCK OF
GOODS, consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hird Ware and Cutlery, Hate, Caps, Ladies'
Fashionable Bonnets, &c., &c. All of which
witll be offered very Low for Cash, or upon
the usual credit to punictual customers.
T'hose of our customers indebted to us pre
vious to first January last, will do us a great
kindness by settleing up old accounts, and
making new ones.
ROGERS & SPENCER.
B:shopvillo 5th March, 1849. 20 tf
Night School for Writing,
The undersigned purposes opening a Night
School for the recept ion of those, who~p desire
to wvrite a Bold, Free and Expeditious Hand.
Trho Course of Instruction will consist of 15i
lessons. An opportunity is now~ ofiered
wvhere the useful and elegant art of CHIRO
GRAPIIY, may be acqumred at the moderate
charge of Eight Dollars for the whole course,
Applications must be made immiediiately to
ALBERT H. GRAY.
March 28, 22 8t
The Stage will run daily from Sumterville
to the Claremont Depot on and after the let
of March, anid will leave at. 3 o'clock in the
morning, setting out on its re'urn, on the ar
rival of the cars in the afternoon from the
P. M. BUTLER.
Sumterville,28th Feb. 1849. 18 tim
5th Regiment 3d Brigade of
A COURT MAILi'l lL will l'e held on
the tirst WEI)NESDAMY in May, in Camden,
at 12 o'clock, to try all defauhters at Encamp.
mient on the 12th, 13.m atd 14sth December
last, and also defaulters at Court Martial or
debred to be held in Camdien on the first Men
day in March. T1he CourL to consi.; of the
Lieut. Col. Tus. DAVIS, President; Cap
tains .JAS. W. ADA~is, A. RL. TAYLon, D.D.
PERR Y, W. A. ANCRUM, and T. C. RICHARD.
soN; Liett. JAs. AnA3Is, J. T. GOODWYN, J.
C. SEcR EST, Tuos. JoNsas, L. P. LORING, and
W. F. IBUTLE.R; Supernumeraries, Lieuts.
TuoMu'soNa and KENNEDY; Cornet. ADAMS
The Captains will have the defaulters itn
their respective Companies warned to attend.
By order of Cal. ANCRUM,
R. H. GOODWYN, 3n.,
March 28. 22 6t
FRESH GARDEN SEED,
For sale at the New Drug Store, by
R. S. MELLETT, M. D.
P. 5. The above e7E4D8have beon tried
sand found genuad te.
adzne rai pu1nc
O voty 6n h -e% h'
1Ell th ~da tAil ha 'fw
Henr p xu
Jane Willist ayij M
of (2hatl.. D fe4 ha R
or the re stain
Will obe sold a
the fist Monday kD1a e ~i
g a of nd adj
uary nextfand-tlie balanees~ e~4
three year. wlh itet fr~
the interest to~eopid, alypea.
giving Bonid,' personal
gage of the land,'and payl4 s~r
T :abv land wl dj e o
than Three T
By 'order of
- -JOHN LIAR
it - -:
It appearing tomysaut a aii IeJ
ael- C SpanAnd Chle S'
defendants to the aq fibd
yond tho limitsof
na: It i bordered~theL t -d
pro confesso wi e
Martinathnde= " oter (egsuf
Isaac D. Whitworth. j cst
Commsionert saacfD. Whitwofrtahu
fondant in the above sated case, residere wit!
out the limits of this State: It-is Ordered, o
motion, that he do appear and plossi, ax
swer or demur to the said Bill within tbr
months, or a deede will b aetgo ub
so against him.
JOHN B. MILLER,
Sumtervile,80thf Jan. 891
$100 pollars Reward.
Runaway, from the subecriber, on the 2l1I
or March, his eon WILLI4M, aged liyearn
look. very hearty. At the last accounts, hi
wasn seen -on the rail roed, walkiigto (saw
den. I forewarn all perbonsrfmmi hiring e
harboring him. ,Any informatio in regar
to him wall be thanlcfully received, hy asi
dresing the subscriber, at Mount Clio . (
Black River, Middle Salem,
28th March, 1849. 28 ,.tf
FRESH GARDElI 2I2I8
Warrante4 good or no paj..4avmg e
ed our store of every l sedd 'and receive
from John Thomcu a &..h supply, em
the Same for sal
1500 bushels cors. bali
Tesubscribers hAve entered It o
nersahip under the firm of BftOWNLE
Co.; their stand is the-old buofm A Whit
& Co., whero. they wJilbs happy to see-the
former friends and custpumer... ey
keep on hand agenera asadrtinentoj
GOODS, OV)EjtiSS, THAltDWR
&c., which they will bell-se low' for Cash,
to punctual cusiouers, as they can be hadt
.A.'WHITE r? I
*W M.. DaLORM. .
Sumterville, Jn. 1849., .dS2#.t
The aubacriber would w y$f~
his friend. and the public gueal bt
has opened for their gooinmoa ma 1o
of Entertainment in ti Hae.le sol e
a share of publie pt~ead~~
sa te no paens inodtor~l
te same. Hewoatdfuthersd tii
ocation of his hfus secheeisatrih
serves both bnshainaegues tla~
Fo term, Eda t
t Ofen o, _~ ~ ,~AMT