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hut for wpgp of, eufficient-space. did not
tdwell updH iileinidenti lvhich at'compan,
00A uvAvopld p oms clith1 bold-anit
n.'lla.ny.Aiand taken, by'Mr. Moses ir opyo.
sitlion to the gagging processreferred to.
; On-.the sAotion being made in Comnmit6
t0;of4the.Whtole to, be diechdrged: from the
further considqeration of all,the several pro
Ppsjtions submitted to it on this -subject,
Klr., Mos$, of Sumter, rose.: and. in-. a
speech of s nm eng t ;and much.power,
protelste..vehemently against a! course
Ac sa toeut-.off all debate on the Va
r1pusumodes presented to meet the action
.ecessary by the Actof Congress.
Ile regarded the question.s. one of deep
-intrest and irmportance,. and not to be
.4urred, over in such a. manner. If the
mti'tiona prevailed, all opportunity of taking
the sense of the Senate on' the various
propositions submitted to it, would be en
tifrly-lost. He considered it but fair and
just that. the Senators should understand
ihe relative positions in which they stood.
. It might be that a vote upon the Bill of
the-member from Greenville (Mr. Perry)
providing for the Election of. Electors by
the people on the basis of Federal. nun
bers, might induce such an approximation
of opinions as might result in some con
promise esilially beneficial to all parties.
lie denied tiie right of the Legislature to
Conveneen extra session q.t any other time
th*an that fixed by the Constitution, and
'vehembntly. protested against any such
viilalons of iat.sacred instrument. On
the Wihole It was one of the most sustained
and iowverful efforts, both of reasoning
.and oratory, that has been made this ses
-vtor irithin the legislative halls, and the
vehemeit-and impassioned delivery of the
-ipeiker added power to his appeal, and
,drew-around him a crowd of eager and
-delighted lidteners. B3nt party-drill was
'too strong for any bursts of eloquence or
%argument to weaken, anti the infant was
e'rangled in its cradle by the hands which
-should have fostered it. The mute elo.
'quence-of votes crushed a'measure which,
to have been triumphanti, needed only to
have been discussed. It remains to be
seen whether the other House will tamely
itcquiesce in so very convenient an arrange.
mnent for the wire pullers who have hither.
to made the puppets dance, hidden behind
the screen of the Legislature.
PnE.ENTATION OF A F'LAO TO Tit: SUN
TnR VoLUNTEF2.- Yesterday afternoon,
at Camp Magtnoli%, a flug was presented to
the "Sumhters," a volunteer company from
'umter District. commanded by Capt.
Francis Sumter. The flag w's originally
given to the Sumters, by the ladies of Sum.
-erville,and was yesterday presentel by
Lieut. Spain, to A. F. Allen, to be borne
iy him as flug bearer'of the companies.
Lieut. Spain made an appropriate address
fin the occesion, which was responded to
by Mr. Alien, who in token of his devotion
-to the cause, sund his respect for the fair do
nors, received the standard on his knees.
The 1l'ug is of blue silk, having painted
Ittlone side a game cock ready gaffed for
battle, with the motto, "WE nAvn com:;"
mn the tither side, the Palmetto, with two
United States flags bortne crossways over
the trunk, with the State motto, "ANimis
Char. Ere. News, Dec. 12.
F'or the Liannier.
TIlE SUMTERi VOLUNTEERS' SONG.
A a n-The Camp'be'ls are comning, O ho! Oho!
Th'Ie Suars arc mustered to sound of dirumi!
The Sumnters are nu,'rshaalled to sundL of drum!
The Sumiers' bananer is, " wo lea ve come !
Fromn Sumter, our lung'and dearl3 loued home.
Sumter, their i aptais, " The Sum'.ers" leads on,
Flar, Par, from. their dear Carolina htome,
Fur the honor ol Sueater, ilhe State, and their ow n
from Sumter to Mexicu's hosidle towa.
'itaey march to Mexico's far fightineg land,
A youthfui. gallant, and dieot'ed bandl I
They miarch with Careohna brothers, hanid ini hand I
Thu two Sumeter brothers tare with their band!
They march to rLwet the Mexic wily (e,
Trhoesmarch. to meet, to fight, to lay themr low,
'J'hoir country's wrungse and heontr ees 1tetow.
F'or Suumters, the victuty is tnot .40w !
fly our country's wrongs, torne so lontg!
Our battle venganace shall be sirong !
e Ileaven's high, celestinl tkrone
Weswenr out counity's foes shall ntoun!
Thewn Suamters,On I to heattle'sstrife!
Thewn Sumters, On ! to light for hite
FThent Sumter., On ! tot cnuntryv's rights !
Sumter.. vtotious in the fight..!
MALRRIED-On the 16thm inst., by the
R1ev. James Duipre, Mr. Haury Ar.:s
nihooKs to Miss MAIITIIA, eldest dauighter
of Mr. E"dward Courtney, all of this Dis.
I".rVe are a~uthIorizedI to ana
niounce W LL A M 0. BiAl R i"', E'sq.
as a Candidate for 'Tax Collector, at thme
Sumtervill, N. 25,18-10.
Ily order of the Towvn Coutncil (of Snm
terville) an Electioni for lItenelant tand foutr
Wardens wvill be held on the 2nd Monday
0. . CAnase,
- 'w.. 1, 13. JlA rNswon-rrr,
4. C. SPAIN, c. c.
Dec,'23, 1810,' ' - 28
A FiNE HlORSE AND BUGGY,
belonp~ing to, an pflicer in thce Mexican
campaign. .-They will be sold cheap. A p. a
ply to Mr. . Johnt Chitna,.jr., at Chinja's F
. Uita Ih . I. .J. Rl*stib.
Eouse, Sig a nd .Okl'uaeutal
Will execute in a finialhedh style ork
manship. and with a strict regardto punc
tuality, all orders he may be favored with.
References, am to ca payllty4 &c , of thi'
first respeecability in Su. ter District, will
be given if required. . A line addressed 6)
him at Fulton P. O.tSumter District, will
meet with prompt attention.
Dec. 23, 1840. 8 3t
All persons are hereby cadtidned against
trading for a NOTE given toy me to one
lotchkis, for Eighty-live Dollars,'as the
article for which said-Note was given, las
prover. to be entirely worthless, and I will
not pay the Note, unless compelled by
law. -JAMES'E. WILSON,
De-c.23, 1846. 8 3
- To the Public,
All persons tire hereby cautioned against
trading for a NOTE, given by me to P. A.
Hodges, dated June 13th, 1840, for Sixty
five Dollars, due let January, 1847, as the
Machine for which it was given has proved
entirely worthless, and I will not pay the
Note, unless compelled by Lav.
Dec. 19, 1846. 8 if
At.A meeting of the Council held or. the
22d inst , the fellowing resolutions were
Resolved, That the salary of the Clerk,
of the Council, shall in future, be Seventy.
live Dollars, per annum; and, as Treasu.
rer, two and a half per cent. for receiving
and paying away.
Resolved, That the salary of the Mar
shall shall, in future, be One Hundred and
By order of Council,
A. C. SPAIN, c. c.
Dec. 23, 1840. 8 4t
From the subscriber, on the night-of De
cembe 19th, 1846, nt Mr. Thoo. Mapio's,
i small sorrell HOILSE. Siddle, Brid le ami
Martingale. The sail lorse is sabout 12
or 13 hatms high, six or seven Years old,
has one hind foot white, and one hoof of
his fore feet white; he is, also, round Ihodied,
spate, and well mode. A reward of Ten
Dollars will be given for the detection of
Any information about this matter, ad
dlreqsed t) tihe undersigned at Friendship
P. 0., will be thankfully received.
JAMES H. HIARVIN.
Dec. 23. 146. 8 5t
LAND FOR SALE.
The subscriber having recently purehia
sed Landi ii the Fork of Black Hiver, now
offers fur sole his Tract of Land, lying 4
miles Siouth of Sumtervilea, consisting of
12 or 1100 acres, more or less.
On the premises, is a comfortable Dwell.
ing HOUSE, With all necessaty outbuild.
A first rute COTTON SCREW and Gin
Foir terms, apply to the suhr~criber.
Rt. J. WI'1i!EIISPOON.
Dec. 23, 18-10- 8 f
A small IIOUJSE, near the Presbyterian
UChurcha, containing rouir uplright rooms and
one garret room. Attached to the premtises
re a good sized yard, and a large gnt uetn.
hnd btable Lot; also, a Smoke Ilouse,
Kitchen and WVell. This house will be
found su'table for a small family. On
the stable lot, are the materials ready for
urecting a stable. The terms will be found
reasonable. For particulars, apply to
. T1I08. J. CC011iA N.
Dcc. 23, 1840. - ia
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
The utndersigned, propietor of China's
llotel, at Sumter Court Ilouse, S. C., res
nectfully itflirmns his friends sutlie pub
ie, that lhe hats thaoroughlly refitted his ti0.
el; and that it is now in coimplete order
or the accomnmodation of Boarders, Visi.
ers and the Trgaveling Public.
lie- returns his sincere thanks to the
)ublic at large for their generous andl lhbe.
ol patrotuage, and hopes by strict atten.
ion to their comfort to- merit its continiu
Elis establishnment is conveniently situa.
edi on the Main street, near the Court
-louse, and wili be found convenient to
nembers of the liar and Planters visiting
lhe Court flouse otn business. Ilis table
vill be carefully and regularly furnished.
JOllN ChINA, Jr.
Dec. 16, 1840. 7 if
S1IIROM the mubscuiber, on the
19th of Niivember last, her Nengris
man, named JACObi. Jacob is
about 35 years of nye, about five
feet, five inche's high, of a some
wvhat yllu w complexion, and hurpsa
little on hiis left foo't. lie is stiuppoused
owv to be in the neighboruhnod of Mani.
heter, or in Williamsbiurg, near the resi
ence of the Iate Dr. Buford. A rewvardl
I $20 wvill hue givena for the apprehlension,
f the said Jacob, and his deulive.ry to the
obscriber at ther residence, 5 miles below
humtervitle, or hisi lat men t in Sumter
nil. ESTIIEIR PRRDIItERAlt
- leetion -Notice.
IN pursuatce hifs'i'Act sof the Legileature
p ssed in December W3, atLElection for
,LEiiK of the Uo)urt of Commion Pleas
and GUdnal Hessions for Sunter'Oistrict,
will tukoplace-at dhe usual places of Elec
tious lInsaid Distriet, on tie second Monday
in January noxt, beiung the 11th day of
Places and Managers of Election.
Sumterville--Wm. J. Singleton, Wm.
N. White, J. J. Knox.
Swimming Pens-R. L. McLeod, Benj.
Mitchell,-A. M. Waits.
Mechanicsville-Robert L.. Herriol, J.
W. Rembert, John Harrell.
Spring Hill---Jos. S. Bosaard, Thos. L.
Smith, B. F. Rhame.
Providence-john Ballard, C. C. Jack
son, John A. Colclough, junr.
Stateburg-W. H. Burgess, D.F. Wyleg,
Aanchester-J. J. Delser, It. B. Cain,
F. Al. Melleti.
Nettles' Blore-E J. Pugh, J. M. Net
ties nd Win. Nettles.
Fulton-Thomlas C. Richardson, A. H.
Brailsford, John J. Boyd.
Joseuph,- . Stukes' Old Place-J. 11.
'I'indal, Col. J. H. Ragin, Washington
Willi'am Shorter's-John Johnson,Wm.
Pl, Win. A. Hilton.
John IV. Tindal's Old Place-E. B.
Blackwell, Wi. A. Janices, Thomas D.
Win. T. Pack's..-Iuac Bagul. Jas. C.
Strange, Wi. B. C(oskrey.
Th mas Smith's Old Place-Thos. E.
Dickey, E. J. Plowiden, Henry Miontguome.
Witherspoon's Old Muster Ground
James Epies, Win. A1. Mcilutoshl, . 1.
Nathaniel Mott's Old Place-S. B. Co
ker, Johln W. Baker, Joh n V. Floyd.
English's Cross Roads-John C. R hame,
John 0. Durant, A. A. McLeod.
James Lowerys--John F. Iinynesworth.
Robert B. MAldrow, Rubert M. Eniglishi.
Carters' Crcssing-Ednialmund Utnekey
junr.. Eias alcCutcheon. John D. Shaw.
Bishopville-jfhln 11. Dixon, J. N.
Stuckey, Wm. Dixon.
J. At. DARGAN, c. c. P.
Nov. 3, 1846. 0 if
SALE OF PROPElTY.
Will be sold, on the first lav of Junun
ry, 1847, ut the plantationl of a'e late Joh
Wutsou, all the Property there situated of
the estate of tie sidisl Watson, leceusedl,
consisting of the PLANTATION, NE
GROES, CATTLE STOCK FARMI1 NG
anl PLANTING UTENSILS, PROVis.
[ON,, &c. &c. &c.
.--A Ls ----
A SAW AND GRISTMILL,
in good repair, attached to the plantation,
At the anme time and place,
AN OFFICE IN SUMTERVILLE,
situnted back of the Court Hlouase, con.
tiujaig two Room1s, sulituble for a Lawyer's
'flcee; adi the oflice Furniture, conaisting
of Bvdding, Chuirs, &c. &c. &c.
Termns, made kn liown on the ill o sale,
D ., . 7 3t
1A NTIIONY W ilTuri, Esq., (Sumtterville,
S. C.,) is my authorized Agenat, during my
absen.ace from the State.
A. C. SPAIN.
trQySsuth-Caroliniiani will copy.
IDec. (I, 1 846- ( 21
Exparte. 31L E. Maple.
,. et ul. Inj Equity.
Ilhe minor children of Sumtcr District.
thetfirslnday in Jatnuary nxand, i1)
not thein s.old, u ill be sold! on a subjeqjuet
sale day, a bout
The terms of saile are, onae-halI Cash
tihe bamlanmce on a creadi of one year; the
purmchaser giving ithnd anid peesonal secu.
rity', with interest fromn sale, and a mort.
gag it thu Negroes; :r pny up th hl
pers. By order of thme Court.
JOJIN B. MILLER, Com'r.
h Sumtervilae, Dec. 7,18.
4 1t1d [p f $2]
SAND rOR SamE.
Thel subscriber ofiers for solo
his Tract of Lamnd, nine miles
b-dlow Sumnterville, n the road
to Chmarlestaon, nmeur Blethel Chuiirch, andl
Col. Netules's Store, containing 454 acres;.
130 acres is clearedl Lanid, of which, 100.
acres is under good fenice; 50 acres maore,
dleaded last winter. TIhere is a good one
story Framed lDwellinig IIlouse on the pre.
miases, wi th ot her necensn ry outbuidings.
For fairthmer particulars, call and1( see, or up.
l1y to the subscriber.
Te'rmn: O)ne hall c~su, thme balance on a
credit of uone year with interest.
T. L. JONES.
Nov. 30tlh, l84E1, 5 4
New Figs, Mlalnga Grnpes,
25 Drums New Figs; 5 kegs Malagn Grapes
50 boxes neqw Prne'., l*.ncy) hoxes
l0 boxes new RI aisinms; 10 hal, f ho'xes d., do.
5 gr. boxes do dlo I box Lemonms.
I keg new Tamarindls, which wilt be re
tai led by) the pounitd.
DICKSON & LAT'f A.
Camnden. S. C. Net. 28
-DY -VIRTUE $' SVNRi EXEoUTIOts TO MX
VILL be soldn.m Sumter Court House,.
oan th trt Monday -na4 day folowingrin
January next. within- the feial hours of
Sale, to the highest bidder, for Cashi the
10,lowing Property. Purch.gIrs to pay
One tract of 14,a000 cres of Land4img
Salem, adjoining land. of...-...ieliedpi
no the property of Jicob P. sturgeon, at
the suit of John Grant.
One tract of 225 aeres of Land in Upper
Salem, adjoining mlind of - levid upon e
Its the property of Hiram Stokes, at-the
suit of Hardy Stuckey.
One tract of 50 acres of Land in Clare.
mont, adjoining lands of.-- levied upon
as the property of Wm. J. Atkinson, at the
suit of John B. Miller, Corn'r.
One tract- of 175 acres of Land inClAre.
mont, adjoining lands of levied upon
.a the property of Thomas Giddens, at the
suit of A. L. Haseltine.
Interest in one tract of 105' acres. of
Land in Claremont, adjoininglands of --
leviwd upon as the property of Wm.- E
Richardson, at the suit of P. J. Moses.
Interest in one tract of 1,000 acres of
Land in Claremont, adjoining lands of
levied upon as the property of Wm. E.
Richardson, at tihe Suit of F. J. Moses.
One tract 50 acres of Land in Middle
Salem, adjoining lands of - levied up.
on as the property of Thomas Hancock,
at the silt of S. E. Wilson.
Oae tract of 25 acres of Land in Clare.
mont, adjoining lands of -- levied.upon
as the property of P. Nunnery, at the suit
oJf Rt. Martin.
TIIOS. J. WILDER, .
Sheriff of Summer Dist.
Dec. , 140- 7 p f 64 50
DY VJRTUE Of SUNDRY EXECV'TIoNS TO MsE
Will be sold at Sumter Court House, on
time first Monday and day following in
January next, wilitin the legal hours of
Sale, to tie highest bidder, for Cash, time
following ProJert). P"urchaserg to nav
o Negroes, levied on as tie property of
Ed. Anderson, at tia suit of Bank of.Cam.
denl et Ul.
I Negro levied on as the property of
G. S. C. Deschamps, at the suit of the
2 Negroes, levied on as thejrperty of
L. T. Dinkins, at the suit of l-i Lynn, et
2 Negroes, levied on as the property of
W. C. (Guerry, at the suit of Rubinson &
2 Negroes levied ont as the property of
L. P. Luring, at the smuitof Jas. M. Pitts,
3 Negroes, levied on as the properjy of
Win. E. Mellett, at time suit of Jomn B.
Miller, Admn'r. et al.
3 Negroes, levied on as the property of
3. Muody, at thme suit of C. Mathison, et
2 Negroes, levied on as the property of*1
Wmn. Ross, at the suit. of T. J. Coghlan,
I Negro, levied onm as time property of
lIasting Jennminmgs, at theo suit of the bank
I Negro, levied on as time property of
J. L. 1-elder, at the suit of A, McKenzie,
I Negro, levied on as thme property of
ii. 13. bSmgletonm, at the suit of dlooth &
Buxter, --t al.
I Negro, levied on as thme property of I
II. 3. H olladay, at theo suit of fimarr & Wil. i
10 Niegroes, levied on as the property of
A. B. Brailsfor, at time small uf the Dank of e
thne State of South Carolina, et al.i
I Negro, levied on as the property of ti
W. F. Butler, at the suit of J. J. Richard- I
son, et al.t
I Negro, levied on as the property of C
J. J1. Brown, at tihe suit of E. Carson.
1 Negro, levied ona as the paroperty of I
Jos. S. liossard, at thte suit of thme'State.
I Negro lemiedl onm as tihe property of- S
WV. W. Coullett, at the suit uf J. BI. Tin. e
dali, et ali. -
1 Negro, levied on as the property of t
Henry Cassels, at time suit of W. Harris, I
I Negro, levied on as lthe property of !
C. J. Cuarjenater, at the suit of B. J. Hlar- I
rison, et al. - -
Gig, llorse and Harness, levied on as
thme property of (2. WV. Felder, ait the suit
of J. G. Ruffti,-id.
2 Negroes, 2 H orses, Buggy and House
haohl amid Kitchen Furnitmure, levied on as (l
tihe pim iperty oif P. A. Miller, at thme suit of '
Dargan & Richamrdlson, Ex'ors. 14
4 Negrem, I -iarriage, 4 Ilarses, 20
liceid of IHogs, 25 Shteep, I8 Hlcad of Cat. a
tie, 2 Wagoms, 150 hushmels of Corn, Sa. 4
dIle and Briidli, I Gum and Hlouse ammd K it
chmen Fuarniure, heviedi onm as the propjerty
of Johnai R. Sjpanu, at the suit of thme State,
A. N-rth, et al. T'o be sold ont TIueimdav. *
5thi Jauimary, at defenmdanmt's residenmce it, i'
Clfremonrt, excep1t Neagros, Carriage, :5
Wamgonms a..d le'rutes.
I Negro, levied tin as time promperty of tI
Gen,. 1.anirion, atm the suit of Julmn A.'Col.
I Negro, levied ona as thme property of
s'anda. J. Tlindell, at time small of Bruogddeg,
ilunga,, and Lo.t ina Sumter'ville, knownr [
is Diink im's Tavern, levieti on as te pr. I
perty oaf L. H. Dinmkins, al atte suit of IV,
E., Itichd-noe~ '- a.,
de ta O n-tin
hr M1fewN W d 1
IerfOIe.s in a kag
It a arYit~t'd isfor,4that Nse.
hari Kiiing sd4 c'heia. defedat;"iv
he above itted 13a re'lde :
'ate: 11i5thuea'ej'ie brlqred,'il~ari d:uit'-ily
p)pear, iinbeetifdilis n'or afe
f the Rialtitui Iiran , i n -de.
eased, " 27-h daf i FA
uary nei oiafhr cotIO-ea wilr be enft
4 of rescoid.
'No. 2"d 1840. ! I3St
MR. BO Wj
VOULDI. tenpertfullf annoce lialtr
vill cunmnence the teran Mf. his school ddn
he first Monday in Janbar?..'
Terrs1 04100 fi' AlEmentury rasirutc
f.,' 65,00' for A ritbfmn'elc, Granmar, iand
xeography; $600 de: Phi'losophy, Chem.
The'' outci"a and Westar1
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r subsoriptions may be 'enhlf d throughm
me TIost asters, according~ to the pre-sent
4.' Kf a subscription Is not direetedto bs
Isconitinued before the first 'number of a
olume las been publishmed, It will be tas
en as a con tinuanace for anothet year.
5. Any one enelosing a $20 eurrent bill.
t one time, 'with the names of FIVE NEW
utbscribers, 'shall receive FIVE copies of
1e Messenger and Reieir, Iorsone year.
p. The mutual obli gatinis f .th,.
shier and subscriber; for thear !.
rincurred as soon as t: flr W~o; of'tJe
clime Is issued: 'and iner ta~ .;ime, no
Isicontinuanco of a stabscthptlilli be
ermitted. Nor will n'i si~ 'crijgfn ha
iscontimued twhile' nl~ha ?eainans due
ioreon, tnes ta' of the e~i~
iehdmond, Vjrgin Ia, Oct.ik
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