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det.T iaa, from the
*pei, ihfdjornal receipii
elegraph on Vodnepjay agnoon
uit and we publish it i p aieneI 0 e
Wip1 dle ioe nt, Whose IgLth eacP. e
it from our columns.
V The first'Messag'of President TAVLO1,
ofwhich we give' a Full synopsis, wasi
transmitted 1o the Senate and House of
p resentatives to-day.
commences by congratulating Con.
gress on their-assembling to pass laws for
n empire of freemen, after sixty years
xperienoe-have dispelled the fears and
isprovedl the predictions of those who re.
gardd Iho experinipnt of Republican
Go'ernmenit tvith~ distrust,or with ill-will.
Upon Congress wi I depend the mainten.
ance of the work which was performed by
0 '. toI veg.-qne bofore us. We
tu nSt t~lcdging lb y0sergmentg
~ot~l~jagagedan tho swerk. .
h Iere ted
Vhe 'k so Wtru4 d and unrv
toid~ willbe a bordg o pa I gti
4on. but no foeign muritinle poW
shouil be allowe1l to hold property ti
the Canal, so am to fmrimand its commeri
or otherwise obqtruct a highway whi
should be dedicated to it commn uses
The several routes acroN the Isthm
of' Punama and Teihantepet. ar recoi
mended to the serious consitkration
Congress. Tho President his -ason
hope that the Rail Road at Panat,.. w
be completed under the protection u
existing treaty with Grenada.
* . mrug urged
1otiof such measures aS
U11ry rejuires. . Th3 in.
No, Cngrgs pfVeeitve clta.
as the -ongur means.
- - nity to the Representative
e lector in tact, as well as
a enr a ponlent part of the sovereign
authorit- Representative should be ro
an. sHIFhal~ ,1y his constituents, and tihe
er veto eWr shotld never be interposed tn
unr stifle the expression of the public will, ex.
cept to prevent encroachment of the iLeg.
lative'power and to arrestilqsty and unCOti.Li
of 011110Mfesiange closes by inculcating a ven.
eration for the Union, which or imure than
uis half a century has 'stood hushaken, while
n1. kingdoms and empires have fallen. The po.
of triots who framed it have gone down. to the
to grave, yet it remains the prouidist monument
to their mc mory, and the object of affectiomi
with ever. one woilhy to bear the American
kn name. ')dissolutionof the Uniont is depreca
ted artholihst calamity to the human race.
s Upon its preservation depends the happiness
V. of the present, and those that are to come
.0 The President concludes by pledging him
[ self to the nation that whatever danger may
await the Union, he willstand IS it and main
r tain it in its integrit'y, to the tul extentof the
r obligation imposed and the power conferred
upon him by the Constitution.
Wilanington &- Mllaachester Rail
We make the following extracts from
the Winington Chrnic/c. It is a por.
tion of a commnunieation calling upon the
citizens to renewed exertions in favor of
this great enterprise, and if necessary to
aid in the work beyond the Pee Dee. The
action of the Gobllsi)oro' Convention has
ioie much towards securing tie Charter
of tlie Central Rail Rod and harmonizing
the two sections of the State. Blt while
we are trging upin our citizens tihe im.
portnce' of secrinlg time State's appropri.
ntion, and tle coniiequent consiruction of
that impoartant work, w.- siotild niot forget
that the whole amount ($7-50,000) necs.
siarv to spc'ure tho stihcription of South
Carolina to tIhe Manchiester Road, hais not
been raised. It.is known that the total
nmmouit suliscribed to the hmnchester is
about 69.0,000--lowaving 870,000 to be
riaism d before the subscription of8200,000
by Sonth Caroliin, and many of the in
dividual subscription can he'legally cull
d oo r.
This Companmy was organized nbout
wo years ago. but no definite action wis
aken until Anigust, 1848, when the
onrd of Directors, under instructions
from time Stockhllole-rs, determined to lo.
cate tie Road, and ofier time contracts for
stock. At this time the total stbscription
e~ ~ ~ c r44"td e
!olld ' o, th prouc
insura ,e ~ounfti on t gro
stal-ft4So ~,cott<l-1 to j 1 -o I
thap ifents per bale, p eav
on ii!! otler article. a aa heav
iorn and will be entirely avoired by the
M ichester Road. The., norchants of
Xamden and Colum ibia will be .eno bicd to
ship to New York, via Wilmington, Ot a
less cost than by Charleston;.and it iscon.
filently believed 1ha1t many of them- will,
avail ihemrselves ofrthis rotute. This will
aflbrd the imerchiants of Wilmington, at
least nl opportinity of comtpeting wuth
Charleston for most of the produce of
Western South Carolina, coming by the
Greenville and Charlatto Rail Rondi..- I
Mir the irade along the line they can have
nao successful competition. It hu-a heen
said thut Wilmington is itot a cotton mar.
ket. It is admitted that it is not so at
present, but it is one of the Invariable
laws of trade. that capital will go wherev.
er it can obtain thn most profitable invest.
ment; and, iherefore, if cotton can be
thrown into the Wilnington mnrket, at a
less rate than to Charleston, ene of capi.
tal, froin other [rins of our couni ry, even,
Charleston, will commence businae'ss, here t
immediaitely. A sufficient omnount of cot.
ion, can be thrown intto this market, at t
less cost than to Charleston, to create a
market. During the vear enling first or
Senteuiecr. t819, 27,600 iuigs wcre ship.
ped froi Chnraw, amd tlie returns show
that the Comndmiei Branch had redtucred th:c
sulpply froi the previous year 8,000 bags.
It is fair, thereibre, to place the nmount i
that would ie derivel from Cheraw, with I
a Rail Road communication, at 35,000 t
A pplication ihas been ma-le for n chart.
er from the Dairhngton, on the Manchcs.
ier Road to the !ow of Chera wv, and no C
douabt is enterainied that it will be con. I
stiructed sooni afoer the Manchaester Road.
The distance from the Junction of this V
Road with the Manchester Road, to Wil. i
minglon, is 110 miles, and to Charleston h
105 niles being a dilference of 55 miles
n thc trnnsportation in favor of Wilming.
ton. It is believed that the Districts of
[lorry. Manrion, Darlington, and that por. I
tion of Sumter which is nearer to Wilming. V
ton than Charleston, produces at present
between 40,000 and 50,000 bags; making A
75,000 hpags that caii he thrown into this
market--or can be transported to it at a $
less cost than to Chuarleston--and I think
will be sufficient to make this a cot a
I hay C tnvself to Cotton, hW.
It is an article rarely seen in ths e
market, and will do much to swell the a
commercial importance of Wilmington. a
It is a('mitted fhlat there can he no compe. it
tition for the Timber, Tar, Turpentine, a
&c., which now find their way via Lun- i
ber and Pee Dee Rivers to Georgetown; "
nor have I alluded to the benefit it will
be to Wilmington & Raleigh Rail Road
Company; in securing to it the great cur.
rent ofthrough travel, and placing the i
prosperity of that much abused enterprise
on a paryianont basis. It will oIpen to I
LWilmiington a large and rapidly incraa.
ing mnarket for the stale or West India pro. ma
duce--a market that they can never hope n
to obtain without thc construction of this is
I thiinkc, therefore, diat the prosperity of
the town W ilminigton is immedjitely con.
nected wvith, nayi, depentlaant upon the
requiredo to secumre the tnpproapriation of 83. I
Caroalinia. anid place the conestruction of' d
the Ronad beyond! conitinte-ncy is small-- a,
comlparedl withp lhe vast benefits to hie de- h
rivedl from it. By s(:curinag this amount i
the Company wvill havi e ci en pit al of $9.50,. fi
(00 sublscri bedm, and cain procceed (luring l
the year te comiplete the~ grading, andl put ~
ma portionI of it in operat ion. This efi'ect.h
ed, the)y can ask the Legislature of this h
State to assist by an endoraeme'nt of
Bonds, or a direct appropriation to pur. i
-~hafse thle balance of the I rota, and thuis ba
-~ompleIte the work. V
It is undt'rstood that the Board of Diaec,.
ors have't orderedi the contracts between '
he Great Pee De.e River and Manchester ~
o be completetmd at the ea rliest moment,
o that, imnmediately after obtiuninmg lhet
State's appropriation, they can psirchase
the I ron anid plaIce thiat portion ini opera.
(ion. Th'le reasoans for adopting this poli. C
yv, aire, that the contracts for gradinag and C
'aperrct ure withlii this d istanceca are
tnken and progressinag maore rapily than
the eastern enil; ihat it pawss through mae
more poipalouas aind haigly cultivated coun
try, anid will conaeequently yield a greater
rev~enu o; thait it cnan ben put in operation
with aless e'xpenaditaure of cash (the S.
'rinia CLompumy aigreeitng to pacea their
,ocmoi1tiveas andl ears uapon it)--and that t
t wvill inspire' cunfidenemce ait hiomie anid I
abroad ini t he uanterprise. Thle Di)itors
ma adopting this' Ipolicy, haive consulted the
west inmte rest (ot thle C~omp ~any; but I have
Ico doubntt. if thle Tlown, of W ilhmigon
vould dlev'i.e thle m~eans for comipletinrg thle
lad to the Groat Pee D~ec 1tiver, the
licy rou/d lbe chianmged, amid this portiona
Sput ini operation. Is it not1 worthy of
lie New Yocrk Express, one of whose Ed
irs a Whig memoaber oft Congress, sav-s
~ingly', speakinrg ofth flienitites in thse
ae o~casionaed bay the shivery questiona,
have a ar Free Soil ahouthern P'resi.
--a triulmph tor the North, which hias no
',et itn the annials (if the Goveranmt..r -
NPtANA.--- The debt of this State is 11,045,
doallars. The holders of 89,56,00hiave
bmaitted to the terms proposed by the Leg.
lature. T1he oithers will hiave to come in, or
t nothig-so we iter froma Gov. D)uss
o's imessage. The rev-enuei for time year
iouunted to $i3,650i and the expaendlitures
874,471. Theli taxable property hass in.
.aaed 34.4l58,070. From tis, it would
em they are able to paay.
MAMxto-rt S-rEAt BlOAT.-The St. Louis
ra describes a new steam boat now in course
constnruction ina thia city, andl neatly ready
rlaunching, which, it ays, will be the Iar
mut boat on the Western waters. Her
ngth is to bie 317 feet, and her breadth 38
Scratch then greena rind of a sapling, or wan.
nly twist it in the soil, and a searred and
oocke4 oak will tell of thee fops cenlturie'on
me, How forcibly does this beauatiftil fig.
teaach the necessity of giving right tegens
(Qt te rindt , - - -
...... . .1 . . ...
Atai) 1as the Earth revolved arounid it
Drbit and inother year is chronicled on th
aalendar of ;limne. . -H'W short the spac'-hm
rew'the feeting tiliths.: "A year-a shori
lived year is lost to us-its transitory, pe
riods numbered and fin isled vanished like tih
rinmg lmist-sjent like the dashing wave
)nguled in the ocean of eternity. Yei
vithin the tine, what a numabet of gigmnti
)rojects have been consumated and how ma
Ty dispelled.. With the last days of '49, wi
)art with its joys and sorrowe, joping for in
:reased happiness the ensuing year. 11ov
nournful the c'ontemnplatioh., and yet, by it
uilions are instruced-place not reliam
in this sinful world but look above-is utter
d with its last hour. Wtih sentimjerit o
lie deepest gratitude, we have to render ou
eart-felt thanks to the. SupreioBeing whi
ruides the universe, that he has in so man
vays manifested his superintending provi
lence towards our country and our people
Me have pruspered in our undertakings, ant
lie bountiful hand of plenty has overflowe<
mr land and peace he ne-atled closely in tho
olds of our ianner. T1l mrcia of CiVili7
ion lane umocked ti store.house of mothei
arth, aid lier riches have rewarded the la
ors of the seeker. Rarely has it occurret
o those u hose duty it is to imark the world'i
nultifar.ous events, to find in the annals o
he past, a year more artikingly sigiablsed i"r
very part of the Globe by the dispensation
f an overrling Daily. Dse0e has noil
pared the face of the earth, but, to add to hel
alamities, war anmd its commotions, has d;s.
urbed time peace of nations, and ruin Ias over.
'holned a people striking in defence of their
herties-ais poor HLUNGAnYrytou are in the
inguiage of Shakespeare, a.
hlinnst afsaid to know irtslI; It ennnot
le calt'd our mother, but our grave; where
ut who knows nothing, is once seen to sumile;
Vhere sighs, and groans, amid Ahrieks that fnt
re ade, not wark'd; where' viele rreu
morn ecestacy; the man's knell
theta for who; &d good men'.
re before the flowers In their Cape,
lying, or ere they sicken.
But, to the oppressed, A merica has afibrd.
d shelter, ard five new states hive been
cded to the consteiiation of our union. But
way with gloonmy recitals-with the receed.
g year let sorrow hide her head and joy
lone illunmine the picture. The day is rich
entitled to be celebrated with all those in.
ocent revels and merrymakinga which mark
me interening period of the "lolidays" and
hich while they escort out the old year with
e sounds of music and revelry, herald i in,
ith floral chapiets theyouthful aspirant who
3s succeeded to the realm. With the day
t all animosities ceacc-however, sorrow
ay have wounded somne kind heart, thmat
mourns the dJesolation of' domestic circle, this
the ty that thme sunbeam .ofHorr maust
ild a simido, tho' it be in ever so t wilight 3
leamn on thmesaddest and most desponding.
'his is time eventful time wvhen bright IIope,
io-mid radiate on a:l ahmke, and, withm 'her
ies and time P!edges, mn thme wYarn' gras i of
ie tanmm, anmi welhome salutation,~'a day o jomy
time future.- No tear must. desecrate time
ay, sa've shed byjoy or gratitude, or for
me deep mnwar grief', that times alleviating
and is ceaselessly endeavoring to heal-but
1 thmere be a rounid of joy, festivity and of
tlicitations on time "1Iappy Newv Year" New
ves are made, new friendships begun and
t thme bhands of' ruasted, forgott'n 'mtyecti,'n, be
aburnishe~d wmthm the cnrdial clasp of kindred
'ids. Let thise in lore--loiveon-!et b:ight#
ripe attend time unsnecessfmul-for "ithe course
Strue love never ran snmootha" and let those
mat never were in lovo-ecome ensnairred
y the ."tr:flinig god." Wmth these remarks
-e usher in tihe new year-the last-halve of
centuiry is bef'ore sn-and we sincerely
ope it may be a Jlhppy Year to each and ev.
Accmncerrs.-Thme holidays are usually at,
3tmded by accidenmts resulting from the care.
'ss use of guans and powder. Rincan Ban.
LArv had hm a hand blown off by an accidental
ischmargo of his gun while hunting. dever.
I negroes w'ore injured by fire and the ex.
'losioni of powder, liut we are happy that cir.
umstauces h'?e phiced at beyond our powi
a chronicle disturbance, death or confli gra.
Pay as you go.
Justice f'orbids that meni shoiuld pumrchas<
hut for whuich they cannilot pay3, anmd that rub
>f justice observed throuighout life w'ill al
.vays work our cou~petecice amnd comfort.
l'here is but omne sec'ret ini thme sucessful pum
<uit of life-whiatever be your income, splen<
less-what'ver be your c ircu msta nces-pa
chen you purchase. One hundrtd dollars, ii
1 coimimuitiiy acting uponm this prinicile, wvil
go further amnd do moore thman five humidredi
onie where every body is debmtor or creditor
where every dollar has to be chmased till iti
next to nulla boma-and thme labor of gettimi
exceeds that of earning. Pay as you go-fc
by so doing, youm will enabale time recipient
your favor to follow time sameu glorious prinic
pie. Pay as you go-pay your niewspap
billsi, the mioney is needed, amnd spare the prin
er time trouble amnd expense of making collet
Taua PRESIDENT'S NIEssAE.-The dail
papers of Charlesutoni and Columbia displayc
considerablo enterprize imi telegraphing
synopsis of the long expected docunmnt.
The full Message occupies over three cc
nins of the Courier, andi, as the synopsis co
taina time pith, it will be utmecessary for us
transfetr the entimo doeutmeint to our pages..
Thme Messagre, on thme whiole, does not plea
us, altho' posmsessing oine virtue-bres mty;
is vague and indofinuito. The absorbing que
tion of territorial gvernment, it passes cv
in a non.committl style, evidently desire
of avoidmng the question and retomment
should the constitution of Cali fornia,. be en
formable to thea reqmusillons of thme constituti
of1., 8. that the State be admitted ! WI
dae this thean1'O'phiimons ofmoen, Noahl i
South-diffbeow the vsquisfirmas of the voii
tumtion, and to our eye4 t'e.'masto safw~-Q
tieenm :. 1 wo* sa.ayt ing 'to, ni~u
Coi e oas thmij~t will.
eral Tis ~tit'dokin-.ifrd btsl~it
9I11'bqi jifg aYa~Yua
THE LONG ACV
Reprosenmatives the 22 H
'et a speaker owELL Cns of Georgia
receiving tov) vet more than Mr. WINTHROP.
The caucus of tl? 'uspo inving agreed upon
kKthoplurity vpt4 Afor one of the tellert.
- ddclared Mr. Oob lbcted, there was an at.
tempt to defeat th 6ett11, but the prompit
manner in which M Stanly proposel his res
olution, that Mfr. Co b be declare#] Spenker,
defeated the deugns 1 thu factioniste. The
election of Mr. Cobbr may be considered a
Democratic triumph as le was tinder no
pledges. What action he miy take on the
Southern question - mains in doubt, but we
have confidence in 1,;m, as a Southerner and
hope for-thI best. Mr. Cobb, we believe i
!he youngest manl ever elected Speaker, lav
ing been born ia 185 He is conservativein
his views, and the selection will give general A
satisfaction we trust.
Arrival of tihe Stea SlaiAmneri.
LATER 'ROMt EUROPE. -i
The British steam ship Americo arrived at In
J-ilifax on the 28th inst., bringing Liverpool ui
accounts to the 15rth insLt
It is staled that commercial afitirs was i
steady, th2t Cotton had advanced s eighth mn
ofa penny, and that the market hWd not been D,
The sales'for the two weks, qincc ttie ail
in of the preceding steamer, atnounted only 01
to 3,000( balee, of which the traue to 25.000
The stock was.- 377,0(00 bales, of which ,(
214.000) were Americanl, against 446.000 at ra
the same Deriod last year, of whirl 2Ofjpm
The Committeeof Brokers qnote Fair Up- e
land aid Mobile at 6 1-4; and Orleaim as 6 1.2 :n
to i 5.8.
The accounts from Manchester and other ti
naniaufacturing districts were iot unsati-ifacto.
The Corn markot was firier,-and the de
iand steady, but moderate., An advance of
Is. to s.,3d, pec4 10s..had been establiished
White in qnoied at 9 to 310.:Yellow, 28 to
23s. Wd. F4our is in good demand-Superfini
American, 22d.G to 4-.WeVsme'..Philadel- 12
>ii -,BBlinorA, 2tP to 30. 6d.; Ohio, in
Vu.; Wh6at,4s.0d. to Gs. 9d.; Corn Meal, M
COTTON MARKET AT LATEST DATES At
Sumerrille.-9 3-4 to 10. Charleston, p1
1 to 11i. Newo York. 11 1.2 to 11 3-4. NV. go
Orleans, 10 3-S toll 1.4. Lirerpool, 12 1-2 io
to 12 3.4. Hrarre, 12 1.4to123.8. til
List of Appointaments. ei
CAMDEN, DEC. 2 t
The Annual Conference of the Meihodist a
Episcopal Church South, adjourned about
nine o'clock, after a harmijonious session of
five days. Below will be. found a List of Ap
po ntinents for the ensuing year:
Charlesxon Dastrict: C. Betta, P. E.
W. M. ~ Wightman, Editor of Southern
C. Taylor and B. fenkina. Missionaries to
Cumberland: V. G. Connor. a
Trinit: J. Sta c.
Bether ii M Mood.
St. James: A. G. Stacy.
Black Swamip: WV. A. Mc~wgin, T. Mitch
WVaterboro': P. A. M illiams, W. Jones.
-.ngeurg: W. Crook. W.iM. Lee.
Cypiress: WV. C, Kirklandua, M. L.. Baniks.
Cooper River: J. W. Kelly, W. Ulutto. I
Savanah River: WV. Flemmnintg. R. Bunch.h
Edisto Islanad: C. WVilson, HI. A. B.ass.
Bieauiorn: D. D. Cox, iL A. Johinon.
Potn Pun: c8. P. Tayior.
Coiuiahee amnd A-lhepoo: J. ft. Coburn, S.
(Conper Rver: T1. E. Leadbetter.
Oakdt:e: J. Warnock.
Cokesbury District: W. A. Gaumewell, P.
Edlgefield: W. P. Mouzon, A. II Harman. th
Cokesbury: 3. II. Wheeler, S. 11.- Brown.
Pendleton: ;M. Puckett.
Greenville: ii. C. Parsonis
Cirenit: J. WVatts.
Union: Rt. J. Boyd, A. P. Avant.
Laurens: S. Townscnd. - k
Newberry: J. H. Zimmerman, J. N. B~ou. A
Pickenus: John Finger.
Paris Mountain: A. B. McGillvray.
Mount. Tryon Mission: L. Scarborough.
J. W. Wightmnan, Tutor in Cokesbury
Columbia District: S. WV. Capers,-P. E.
Columbia: Whiteford Smith, J. A' Mood. Y
"'Circuit: J. W J. llarris.
Iexington: D. Derrick.
B-arnwell: P. G., Dow.nan, J. W. Noth c
Winnusbore':' S. Leard, J. 0. A. Connor.
Lancaster: T. M. Farrow. t
Carumn: W. T. Capers.
Darlington: C. S. Walker, D. WV. Seale.
Santee: A. WV. WValker.
Sumterville: E. L.. King. I
St. Matthews: WVilliamson Smith.
Congaree: WV. Martmn.
WVateree: D). G. McDaniel, A. J1. Cautheon.
Graniteville: S. M. Green.
Wihnaington District: N. Talley, P. E.
Wilmitngton: 11. A. C. Waul-er, J. T.
S-nithvilio: G. WV. Moore. J. P. Hughes.I
S Conuwavboro': J. 11. Chandler.
Bladen: D. J. Sirmmonts, Rt. Washburn.
Ge6orgetowna: A. M. Chireitzberg.
S Black River: J. M. Bradley. J. Parker.
Marion: A. McCorquodale, 0. A. Chreitz
Sinsee: W. Carson, A. Ervin.
r Black River and! Pee Dee: M. Eady, A.
f P. Mairtin.
- Waccamnaw: J. A,. Minick, A. L. Smith.
r Saimipit: 1L. M. Li;ttle.
-Cape Fear: 11. F. Porter.
-Faiyetteville District: WV. Barringer, P. E.
Fayetteville: C. II. Pritchaird.
"Circuit; S. Jones, WV. Cur.
d Bennettmville: J. A. Porter.
aCheraw: J. T.Wightman.
- WVadesbqro': T. R. Walsh, D. D. Blyars.
I. Rockingham: M. A. Mckibben.
1. Albemnarle: WV. S. Hlaltom.
to Montgomery: P. WV. McDaniel.
-Deep River: T. W. Postell.
me . Missions.
it ,QChuerraw: WV. 3. Jackson.
s- ~ oiety Hill: C. McLeod.
or 4 J~colnton District: A. M!. Forster, P. E.
us aIIhrlotte; J. 3. Flemming.
I., " Circuit: 3. 11. Robitnson, ~
I cord:W. LIs i
n. I SpartnburgrHI. H. Dntanut
ImarrieIL - 0*
Gore,8 slog, ~.G)4~ $
s MAST Ilrer.'all of thi
t14t not alone, n1ot all 1nbi
n-dass d Wilhlilf - Aitl
aut bound hoie oer wuioe pp, J
liar low oweet vi0o.- in 6 sin
As their foot sir the
les througdar w has. 0,
With lim to bend h1e. kne
hla fend the groun je t,
Sin f nd daih r*
1lwi Kindred l->ve, her kindeed sea .
On the 0119h, Dec., by Re - oum
Ir. CHALs Riuas tpi iis
1so, of$ the 301h, Dw ., N 9
enV jB3MiMto m us all of thi a
At a meeting of the Q o
I Saturday Ihe 20thN)eNic b* w
g preamble and resolutions wore adopted
Whle'ens it has pletaied' itt
0 disponsations of his prvigl e tum
on from among u CO.
m, an old and reupeted ;tombr of th
laremont Traop,- therefdr it
Rmeslred, That in his death we have lost
ie ofour oldest-and inst 4i
Res.lred. -Th-it in tokea of. A. for or
ceasedlbrother, we we
monurning for the throe rA el pa
Rcsuh ed, That acopy .ofth#se rdtee6un
tranmaitted to) th widov agiatilly'ofti
ceased, with whom we deeply aYmpathise
On motion of .- T. Gar.Es,. it wasordered
at the proceedn Ms me b
A publie . ..j.
wi~ll tet lace *t:
onth, comnmencing V: W- .
ember theOrder are d t
11 o'cloek, 'at, the Court
rpose of forming proces .
nmorall are invited. As
n b1% itsq meeting in Sumte tt
ne, it is expected that, our meetin wilibe
vared with the presene afag Speak
a from different. pars of the tae, i6addi.
l to the 'or our own 1)vision regularly
P. O'SULUIA, S.
Jaary 1, 1850. . 4t
An E'etifnt for Intwi ant an Wae
Sumterville for the casuing year w
hI at China's' Hidel, oh Monday Ah
nuary nIext. Pdilope a 3
* JOlJNI' T; f4;
T- D. CHNA
Jan 1st 185 10 ai~s
ThIe seondl installmnent of twoWe~yI~ dol.
s a share on the capital stck oiBra..
d Spings Fonnlee Ihituwl pn~if 'i
rorequire4l to be paid on ortre the
tAy o( Februy~ietJ~dr f
1l D GRIEEN,'Pegdeseui
D) B McLAURJN, Treasuwer
Jan1st I85t) t0
Col. JOH N C. RH1AME isw autiorisedt
cent, durnng my, t9momra fromu
e State. G E
Jaun. 1, 180. 0
THREE or FOUR gaoli Negto o's.rna.
ra. for which liberal w- gels wlbe ' en.
pply to T. B. FR81.
From the ousr~ rta
Ith mat.L, a sorrel spt ag. ,u aani
'ars old, fourteen hands high, mach very
ort, and has aiomne marks of btehtmg,
d was in good 6di enieUkieftd put
ased her somne tWo weeks utem Mr. 3.
iddleton, (a hoted tider), (K l*he said
at he tradled (o thae said uiwile in Wairfield
istrict, I will: pay aliberal reward to any
raon01 that will stop siid mule and'Inronn me
letter, dlirectoil to Dishopville P. 0. S
r D.strici, 8, C.
3. W. STUCKWe
Bishopville, 31st Deicember 1849.'1I0 3i
Post-Offieo Anrd gihnz.
Post.-Offiee, asumterrike. -
The Stateburg mnal?, whick.aerahirre eb
oarthern and Wecstern, aswdlnatheareg-~
mn Coilumnbia and Camd~en mail, --
D~ue daily ait . 8 1-.2
Closes daily at - 4 c
DATR LING TON 'WAIL~
Dute Tuesday at - 5,
Closes Friday at -. 4
Via Momm n ia
Due Thursday at
Closes Tuesday at
Due Saturday at
Closes Tuesday at
Dun Tuesday and Fr
Closes Saturday &~
Duo Monday at
Due Tuesday '
Caoses Monday W.
Wdal uon every day exce
Will else. -.