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it sprt ah6e ad, llpilti
upo'- the re, rposed
give lessoris IV pd manshfip bbS dfrom l
sh,.rt -stad wen;j i~ge he, inot sucied I1
huicbtgging meby besides btieditrl at
the 1atiot. Melville is umaol.nba rdlihr
sizqetid makes p gehitel appearance; nani
,Wz:i1:9p~e.the ellit'rs of. th19.-Pptalot,.(non
that.,e has. proved -imself: anrinpostoy;
Will givelhi a veaik that w'ilAtlel to'im
and byh : 11 pui6e may-bs. gua dpt
Jtion lsb., ri ecrer.
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AP OiTMtNNi 8 TlAEiCHERS O
. C F ftENREAc 01
AHARL3SToN0 DSTRrT.-Samuel,. W
Caf P. . Williaqi M. Wigktmalt
IsU enior . Editor.of thp.. Southerr
40i hIp~ Advogqte, and Assistant Agen
" 6 - n90cern of the Methodis
Episcopal Church. South.
%t!g i ..0. JWalker, is the: Agont ol
S Aeian Bible Society, anc its- auil
liasies in the State of South Carolina.
Olisi-lesion:: Oumberlanid, Alexius Mf
orter iTrInity, Whitefoord" Smith
Beihalm. P. Motzon.. StJames'
,*a A dy erman Mission, Davi
Black4wamip, BondiEnglish, John S
Capers. Smihnah Rivhr. Mission, An
dro'J. en Joseph Warnock.
Ierbiporo, Henry 'A. Mood, Paul P
Gi&ifahee and A shepoo Mlission, Johz
NR. Co~nirni P. W. Me'Daniel.
Ornangeiurg, Rober' .). Boyd. Osgoot
Ch etzber .
Cypres, egon G Bowmanjiugh F
Pon Pon Mission Stafford P. Taylor
Coonpe'r River, Leois I.- Little.
Cooper.River Mission, Thomds Lead
Beuuifiirt. und Prince William Mission
Daniel D. pox, J. L. Sliuife rd.
Edilsto,. Jelcoisce, and Fenwick Islands
Charles Wilson, R. P. Frunks.
Cox asue RY DIsT. :-.W. Asbury Game
tWel4 Pi E,
Edgefield, James W Wightman, Abne:
CokesburyHenry Boss, Wm. T.Capers
Flat-W oods1Mission, John 11. Zimmer
Pe'nicton, Abraham 'Nettles, John M
Pi!kens, John C. McDaniel.
Paris Mountain, Lewis Scarbrough.
Greenville, Win. M. Lee,
Gieenville Circuit, George W. Moore.
One to be supplied.
Union, Wm. A. AfeSwain, Lark O'Neal).
Laurens, Hugh E. Ogburn.
New berry,Churchwell A. Crowell, Sidi 11
Comurn:IA DIsTRICT.-Nichulas Talley
Columbia, Samuel Leard
Baruwell, Wm C Kirkland, Win R obinsor
Columbia Circuit, Zephaniah W Barnes
Camden, Samuel M Green
Santee, Cornelius McLeod, Alex L Smith
Sumuterville, Samuel Towonsend
Darlington, Colin Murchison. One to be
Lancater, Edward L Fling
Pleasant Grove, Willis S Hlaltoin
W innsboro', C'laudius H Pritchard, Fran
-cis, X Forster
MisioNs :---Wateree, James W Welborn
D G McDanicl Congaree, Wmn Mar
Si Matthews', Williamson Smith
WILafINGTON DIsTRICT :-Charles Betts
Wiriute ntn, Abel Al Chrietzberg
*Smithuville, Simpson Jones
Cape Fear Mission, Morgan C Turren.
Con wayboro, David W Scala
Georgetown, Henry Ii Durant
fBlack River, John Rj Picket. One to
be sup plied~
1 Black River, and Pee Dee Mission, WI'
L.H Plemming, John A Moodl
Marion, Win. Crook, Irvin 0 A Canner
Bladed, Allen McCorguodale, Hlilliard C
MissioNs :-VaCa maw,~ John A Minn icE
A P MartIn. Sampit, George W Tal.
hey. Santee, Win C Patterson, Danie
FYETTrM.TJ DISTRicrT:-James Stacy,
Fayetteville, Win G Connor
FayetiileCircuit, Bolomon WT Dave.
Bennetsville, Marcus A McKibben
SCheiraw, Henry A Bass
Chleraw Mission, Wm JJackson
Chesternield, Wesley L Pegues
Wadesboro, Charles S Walker, A Greene
Rlockinghamn Dennis J Bimmons
Aiberparle,. TJiomes W Postell.
Montgomery, Joseph Parker, Abram P
Deep River, Sampson D. Laney,
Society Hill Mission, Alex W Walker
LINCOLNTON DIsT :--A!bert A Ship P .E
Cha~Jopy, Bas4 A Al Williams, Wn liar
Concord, Jackey MBradley
Lincoln ton, Thos S Daniel, Miphae/l ob,
Y or kv ille, .Wm C Clarke
Spnarlaburg, .Joseph II Wheeler, Robert
Rutherford, Joahi A Porter
Kin~gs-Moumntaln, Phsillip Rt [oyle
Cetagba,,Thonmas M~ Farrow,
piorgahton, John W Kelly
JIenoir, Miles Puicket
Jra'L Potter: transferred, tQ IIhe Florida
t Hea . er G -4adi uis rJ(
idor hlnad abair~ed optl"
p au rardeve'h ra esn fodnditO
seYoblied speto ~hr~ aw.?50fflbikha
rem an e -u mb theer ema n e eorn
poed di theevning air d te
wello f them wbegano b affo-jd wi
I dis; cab zle itinfluesip
ladyo so toner a~ sooth a~ hereachre
i. '.On fcineheadb, Tie the
cased, iur had t ht he, aiir t'ofenl
church, ad see hati d p rn )It ei
siths:hblig o n wtha this ts veo
remained 'until athe fceremoyte fme e
f~rme, fou nd themsbove6' niiichl"
InPosed during the eening, *a 'h ate ot o i
well for a da ho ha o ch ard, aling
of~ N th hrhsOf thisat ciy.aTed ear
lady swooned as so ai sthe ruied
jonie. On inquiry beini "made ino the
clliIt was found that the stovejsinie
church had be heated for the oreni g
wthchareour, mand that this b nasines of
Incipient suflb~ca lion-fric.he-fumi-es eo
vd-.Y. Paper. A
Wevery Particularlyn couendbthe above
instructive paaraph 4o the attentin or
Itall persons o have chargeof the eatg
of the, churches of this cit n Theot are
fe rubjects chnnected yith the phublic
jleaeth;of more importancei andinonot ith
.'gard to which more ignorance or neghi
gence are ma ilested than this business of
Iw)taW ing and ventilating our P.ublic build
ings'. Manyn-many come atray from church
with sicko headache. paleitailo o at
geter. EOl U ftN.
heart rush o blood to the hFa and other
ialarming'anti un jiplasant symposwhu
everdeaying that allaneir istress has
I arisen from the bominable wayin hic
ior by the Rai Ro d sn wbing hip
,h plae has been 'er-heated and filled
mareth. A hpetofti ntr a
-ith beforxous gassi "Reform it altn
WYash" U111on 22nd.
EXPOkT2!,OF INDIAx Corn.-We 1nd(I.zr
stand (says t ie Savannah: Republican.)
Sthat Indian Corn, brought o the Nter
ior b theRailRoad is nowv being ship
Ip1ed onl board the Eglinton, fior a foreign
market. A shipment of tis nature hae
not before occurred at this port
series of years, and itmrsafmor acnt
TEER.--i s si mhark ajlIorat
area in our commercial histor, It is said,
too, that the article ias laid down here at
a lower Price that in any o the Northern
markets, fol whence shiments have
been made-CCar. Cour.
]BRIGADIER GENERAL OF THlE VOLIUN
TIERsn-rt is said th:t Major alter
.wynin, President of the Jmes River and
Kanawha Company, Will receive the ap
gointmentof Brigadier General for tile n.
gade of Volunteers fro the States of Vir.
giniat Nrth and SOuth-Carblina.
* . Char, EPvc. News.
Tehe'PALMETTo REGIMENTsele N. 0.
P i c r t t h e o f F ri l ay s a y s: r e y l e r n ro u n
C ote o M b le . A l c t l y e s te r d a y to
ej in his commandl, that tile Palmetto
Regiment hill sail from Mobile on the
24th inst., direct for tie seat of vars ande
not frOm this port as has been stated il
Isme to the papers. The vessels to trans
dprtth reintfamy aolrady thosnde roand
toescended We knowi entrthen peuiar
bed givessn pain to whiher ad e of oth e
ient may te citised. ofe Maybie foeghe
frmauy frin or one faultins ah strane
stil kept nt seret lcesdo in hi bosfm.
if woa fult were nol rled tol that.
He1)has ourined oer it thuseeand hae
deened? dustvanots hl peculir
'sakesing Eatint hc Heve nouth-e
hmamtyh forimonthrsp aanst teiin, and
oui, "Foulgiv i! e worh o cll noat
forgive must possess5 thme heart of a demon.
Surely, the love of God is not in him.
- Vanity wvill sometimes make'a very indif
ferent man a very go..d friend--moving
him to kindnmess to another from a desire
of obtaining his esteem.
IPWe an'e authnorIsed to asa
nounce Dr. WV. J. WOODS, as a candidate
for Representativo of Clarendon, at the
Feb. 3, 1847. 14 tf
ir'^rVe are authorized to an
nounce WILLIAM a. HIARRET, Esq. as
a Candidate for Tax Collector1 at- the en
Sum ter ville, Nov. 25, 1846. 4
JUSTJRECElVED, a general assortment
including Early York and other Cabbage
Seeds, Onion Setts &c. &c. &c. To any
one having bought from 'me lt year, it
will be sufficionti to say they are from the
same man Jno. Thomson, and wvarrnted.
Fe b 3, 847.A. J. MOSES.
CAR RON WARE.
A large and general assortment of En
lish Pots, Ovens, Skillets, Stew Pans,
Spiders, Preserving 'Kettles, &e., &c., &c.
Jtust received and for sale at reduced pricos
by A. J. MOSES.
Fe b. 3, 1847.
A good Chadleaton made covered BUGGY, lately
usedl by Mr. Bllanding. A pply of this oice,
February 3. " 14t
Sfors . coneistin p artialtes.
in ti:Pati loG, r p.rcel. vary nZ, from
l O200acres. .a sons wisitig to
uhse;Linds in du rrDisrfet hae
e oprtunit ft d sig -0sOW -t pry
reduced rices.The eundersigue "Agents
or 4orneys for the sae' f the same may
b6 tund at'the .seldene6f J. D. Ashrmore,
rmerly - de he ceaied
AtY of Martha Ashmore.
THOS. F. JONES,
Attorney of-J. D. Smaih, J, 11. Smith
h~uayg 147 14 St
BLA KSMIT ANWHEEL-WRIGHT
The subscriber ..respectfully informs his
customers,.and the public'generally, that
he is now propared to execute any work in
the above trades. Wiih neatness and des
Horse Shoeing. carefully and promptly
Millwrights and owners of Mills are in.
formed that he has erected a Steam Lathe,
and is now prepared to Forge and Ainish
any: Mill Jrons,.on qs good terms, and as
accurate and durable,] n workmanship and
material as can be had in Charleston or
elsewhere. Crane Hooks and Screws for
elevating Mill Stones will be kept (in hand
or, made to orier. Any work in Iron,
Stoel, Brass or Copper which is usually
done by Black:and Whitesmiths, can be
done as well here as elsewhere.
A well assorted stock of Iron on hand
and for sale.
.T. J. COG H LAN.
February 3, 1847. 14 tf
Br W. Lewis, EsQuIRE, ORDINARY.
WHEREAS, Joseph C. Ilaynsworth hath
applied to me for Letters of Administra
tion on all and singular the Goods and
Chattels, rights anti credits of Dr. James
Hayneworth late of the District aforesaid,
These are therefore to cite and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said District, to be holden at Sum
ter Court House ont the tenth day of Feb
ruary, 1847,.to shew cause, if any, why
the said administration should not be grant.
Given under my hand and Seal, this 20th
day of January, in th1e year of our
[L. S.] Lord, one thousand eight hundred
and forty-seven, and in the 71st
year of American Independence.
W. LEWIS, 0. S. D.
Feb. 3, 1847. 14 tf
Fine No. I Salmon, Mackerel, Goshen
Butter,Fresh Lobster,(in tin.) Under wood's
Pickles, Raisins, (in quarter boxes,) Sugar,
Coffee, Bacon, Lard, &c., &c.; and, as the
CASHI SYSTEM begins to work admira~l
bly, purchasers would do wvell to call
They wvill be sold at lower prices than ov
er offered in this mairket before.
February 3, 1847. A .MSS
LANDS FOIR SALE.
Sundry Tracts of Land belonging to the
Estate of Jame~s Corbeti, Scnr., deceased,
tittilatedl in Sumter District, on the Beaver
Dam waters of Black Rliver, about twvelve
r fourteen mile's South East from Cam,
sen, and some three or four miles from
Eradlfordl Spriungs. Said lands are valua,
.le, nt oanly in an agricu'htural point of
new, but more particularly on acconni of
he healthiness or the countrv, being eve
ry wayi suitable for Summer Residences.
A credit of one and two years will begiv
~n, and terms generally accomnmodating to
purchasers. A pply to the subscriber.
W. LEW IS, o, St. D.
Sumterville, S. C.. Jan. 20, 1847. 13 tf
All persons indebted to the Estate or
James Corbett, Senr., decease d, (iu hich
debts being now due,) are requested to
make immediate payment to tihe subscrl-j
W. L EWIS. 0. S. D.
Jan. 20th, 1847. 13 tf
I; B. N. HAMhMET, Esq., is our author.
zcd Agent during our absence from the
J. E. BLAKELY,
January 1, 1847. 13 tf
At the Plantation of J. E. Blakely, (for
nerly Mrs. J. E. Witherspoon's.) in the
F'ork of Black River, will be sold, can the
16th of Fehruary next, one fine Sacddle
lorse, one Wagon, a little out of repair,
0 btushels of Corn, (the corn can be ob
ained at private sale, to an approved pur
haser,) twvo or three Stacks of Fodder,
lBed and Beddcing. &c., together withi
he stock of Ilogs, Cattle, andI other ne
essaries to be used about a farm.
Terms made knowvn on day of sale.
J. B. N. IIA MMAET.
Sumterville. Jan.27 91847, m1 tr
S ~ ~ ~ ~ P At e n i
dence8- arie a
Onj1he p msesiare'fu;" vny j
fiprin's pfaii'w a;- i r
cha rd --of-inli s
desirabia Summer-reiLd' e
Jan. 20, 1$47 -. M
The subicfIber o ofer . ae
small traCl of iancd ni
dred .aer, lyin fouraile-oitihi ni
terville; one lmundfed si4Mity se
under fence, For
Jan, 20, 1847 12
A Note, gi e n to the'stibscIiebY Wim
H. Bronson for Fift Dollars, ($50.) aya
ble on. the first of January instke--date not
recollected. All perbons are cautloaied
against trading-for said $ote, as ithai al
ready been paid.
R. J. WITHERSPOONr
January 20, 1847. 12 3
The old Methodist Church nd L6t 6n
which it stands, in the Town oiSunir
ville. For terms, apply to.J . Dinge;
or to the subscriber.
January 7, 1847. it if
All'persons are forewarned from-trading
for a NOTE, drawn payable toiJames -.
McIntosh, Adminlstiator def the- Estate of
Dr. Wm. Rose, deceasied,, for Forty' odd
Dollars, as said Note will be protested.
Assignetl ly Dr. W;J. Woods and W. H.
Woods. WV. H. WOODS.
Jan. 20, 1847. 12 St
Tolled before me, by John 0.-Durant, a
black Mare MULE, middling size, about
seven years old, no visible mharks or
brands, except gear marki;,appfaised at
Sixty Dollars. Said mule had on- when
taken up, a blind Biidlez The antle may
be seen at the plantation of Mr. J. O' Du
rant, at Durant's Cross Roads..
J. L. MILLER, Magistrate.
Willow Grove, Sumter Dist.I
January,11. 1847. 12, tf
Just received, IRISH SEED POTA
TOES. For vale by
L. J. DINKINS,
January 20, 1847. 12 tf
A first rate second handed SULKEY,
with a good top; also, a set of Harness,
brass mounted, nearly new,. Apply at this
Dec. 30, 1840.
NEGROES! NEGROES!! NEGROES!!!
Will be sold on the first Monday in Feb
ruary next, at Sumter Court H-ouse, about
Finteen Likely Negroes,
belonging to the Estate of John J. Pitts,
--A L S 0
A t the same time and place, six or seven
more first rate Negroes, belonging to the
Estate of William M. Cummings, dleceased.
Conditions in each case made known oat
dlay of sale.
W. LEWIS, 0. 5. D.
January 0, 1847. It 4t
CASH! CASH!! CASH!!
Findiing it necessary to raise money the
subscriber would respectfully inform, the
public that lie has altered the nature of his
b~uainess, and ant in future lhe will sell ex
clusively for cash, or barter, and hopes by
the alteration in prices to make it an object
with lis formor customers andl any who
may favor lhInm with a call to buy for cshl.
The subscriber trusts that his long ina
lulgence to his customers willl exeuse this
call which lie makes for prompt pay'ment
of his out standing dues, which he Is urn
pelled to close, to meet his own dlebts.
He is assured that the low pricts at
whlich ho can now sell for cash, will at
Iraet alter lion to his. stock of every variety.
ran. 1, 1847. 10
Executors, Administrators anad Guaardl
ans, are required by Law, to make their
annuaal returns in the month of January
of each year.
January 7, 1847. 11 if
W. LEWIS, 0. 5. D,
SAll persons indebted to the subscriber
by Note or Book Account, are requested
to call and settle tup by the 16th Inst.; or,
they will positively find thaeir Notes and
Accour~ts placed in an officer's hands for
SA MUEL 3. TINDAL L,
Manchester, Jan. 1, 1847. 11 tf
Theo subscriber continues to aet as
Agent in both of the Banks In Qaamtiep, ot
lhe tisual termns.
Decc. 30, 1846. Ba NY
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Th 14 e bcer Qnounse to h ifi~n'esij
tha lrg~ad cmkaii-P rik j,'K
tobwawer he ii be a rol. n a
eted o ghe .h a ral- 1 a
beenc putno est rdjeior gey
pse thugh-i outsan ,Irif akaitnes she b
to p'ehse il ae stisfa<6enn hws enno
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memble'ra.otodAlvd of. a.BomtdP~q s'i1nj
Il. b t Bhe rns e lyug s ha.il
funshd withe(o th eir icr anal hi
serllnt wb ll eS1 Isat n I A ' pos ed,
amderna, anar hoe '847 s1i 6U
Onec e s s edIber a o od PA ,
x cedetaonet wisapeiiarp Pilat
Pe o u t he ain stie i e ia& i
tousn an he-d will f eon,.i
Aem s the bia and r,:ntes isite
fia. Bprt Hus Bo Csies, Weri sen'
will be aresuBedl ani l urld - antd'
Plin Wrnied Cvt he'irs. .irmi Rocin D ia "
THE ORMDNRY. '.
Mar McoyDE. Joh BOWnEL:o -...
an tra e ing publiy. hat etion tiaiiN
than lansey and chmiirenc defendati
cti aove stae she, reside Houo h
Ston he e tither Wilbe oae od. tiaiey o
acea d o ec thi. th d s r le
bee t he bEst orrell'Brown,'~ d
toceas. wil or beretefscthdyof Feb
rwary bex ouriheir conpenlil be elyh
edofrecored.ws h etLjica vdh
Cade, anarW, 1EW47, . 1 fIt
exelntv 2Th,' 84t- th3e'iapj
Fre~os C he tintet i
srpleed .alssnesg ofline fikshed
FUtr, NCheUese, Caeltterlngiduebag 8o
gin, BReu, Beorok. CTse Wiaroes
&ill be orl low Aby
d. De,. ec14. - 186 9
2ar DMcnCongrs Joh erw pint oh.
:er.-ua* u n. artin
tha Pansymndcildrnn, pdfnssi
aFer n bett h iiinor sale DCKO
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d ofrtor. betedr C
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