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ia .time hiqsisp al 'if the en11s of Caiirolinma,
-reidents of 1.mhile,-vho ae s 11
camp a eas of.good thiigs. '0particu.
lars, I refer you to.tle city papers.
Yet anterorI, and 11mave diie. Two
of the government transportlihnve tuyriv- l
whichare a from "our own, our
ly- 'lhc Tehetyr, .agmei il, and. Fairfid
Clm panies emnb'rk to-inerrAW,. aO A. M.
Three others --n t SAL naifned-the day a f.
ter; tmhe%'tlieri on Wce'litestiy. '0y ie
night ol ntht daythe"P4iin State bimn.
Iur will- flutter -in the lWdeze that bioWP
over ihe 'vulerd of time Gulf of-Mexico.-]
in less that, ttv lays, it will be phainted on]
the soil of -0utt foe. Come' what Imay,
safe and hoiinorable return to our kinds ed'
and hived homes, or a soldier's grave in a
foreigh- land, we remember that we are
Thosa who'desire to write to their friends
may caleulute on tihe safety of their letters
by dliecting in the foillowind munnerto
To (Capt., Lieutenant, Sergt., Corporal
or prvatoas tihe case may ibe,)
Army of Occupation
Palmetto Regiment?..Ca. Volunteers.
Carmof A. T.Iffuinley & Co.
- 89 CarimiStrect, -New Orleans, La.
The postage nzu.t be paid to New Or
leans. The rank must be designated.
ibdd, in a few: words, that i am sutffer
ing il lmitaiihh anil sI rength, and that time
other officers of our cOmipany are well.
All of ulsaro fullof-war-to the kInire. Mr.
J. D.Blandio, having accepted time oiflic
of AssistatmtC6mnmissary, has valcated that
of lieutemiantmmt, ich- -held.
We add, that letters sent to any of the
Sumter .Volunteers will, probably, imore
certainlyreaich their .dertination by being
directed to Company, " A'',, in adlition to
the . neessary directions above given by
our correspondenf,- or to "Sumter Volun
LETTERS FOR TIRE VoLUNTsEM.-His
Excllenmcy, Governmor Jon NsoN has hand
ed us, foi. lublicationi, the following in,
structions from Colonel BUTLERn, for the
direction of letters to the Vimluinteers, and
requests all the newspmpers of this - State
to copy 4em:-South-Carolinian.
"All communications froim tmie relatives
or friends, to any member of the Palmetto
Regiment, shouid be addressed Rims:
Care of JAMuES CANruV, of the Palmetto
Regiment,South Carolina Volunters,
in Mexico via New Orleans, carc of
A. -T. BURN I.aY & Co.
NoTE.--7Giving the title Colonel, Limt.
Coloncl, Major, Capmain, Lietienant, Ser
geani, Corp.nal, or Private, as the case
may be, and always upaying the ponstagm Us
far as New Orleans."
P. M. BUTLER,
Colonel Commmnmding S. C. V.
We'stated in yesterday's paper (says tihe
Mobile Register of 27th nhi.) that severaml
detachments belonging to Ithis ltegime'n,
Were coInveyedI to time vessels now lying
below the bar, which will ransmport them
direct to tihe sent Of wmr. They were the
Hammond G larls, Chester and E'airiell
companies. Yesterdm time A bhevilile, Sium
ter and'( LamncasteV compani'es emmbairkecd,
amd to-d.ty then E'igelieht!, ("'9t hos"')
Kersimv, Chaiirle'stonm andc R~ itil c ompa
iies leave, Mayv each one sendi as dlestruc
live shocts inmto thme Castle of Sani . Juani de
Uilion, as their galmiuint outrymenm didi into
tihe bamttle' sipis of Sir Peter Pamrker.
WVe undm~ersmi (simys time 1Ierald) that
this RLeimenti is oirdecred to) proceed~ to thei
Bramzos, if thmey can arrive' thmere by thme 1et
ist. If they are delayed bater thani thaim
timme, timey are to procieed to Ta'mmpic'.
Th'le o piiniln is tham1tm hi r uii immateI deistina~.
tionm is Vmrde islanduu, ne'r Vera Crumz. Doinih
hless thev arce io takle am hmandi in time redulmc.
tion of Vera Cruz, of whichm we shalil pre
sently exp~ect to hear.-Chacr, Cour.
Dr. HorIL.AND,.o .time Ammy, bearer of
dlespaztches') from thme Seat of Wamr ini Mexico
tm ihe Generml Gor ermmienmt, left in time
Steamer yestrday afternoon for Winashiing.
We are indcebtemd t; his polite attention
for the follow'~ing items) oft intteliee.
Dr. HI. left Geni. W~ool's cinpil on time
8th uil.-Th'ie camp is si tna~ted nine omiles
beyon a chamltilIlo in ammm ountiniim pmass cal led
.Eneantlrata. Ccii. hllx :v is pocsiedl with
his Drmagoons, elevem umilems hey3ondl, In ain
oitier rmounitain p a time Sm, Lcunis road
called -Aumgia, Nucva. Coli. Yr'..r.., cif
Arkansas, wiih his nmountedh men statiomned
at Pathtos, in order to keep openm time chamn
nel of cofmmnicationi with P'arrams, whiichm
is time great granimry of Mexico.
Previous to time depmartumre of i1ouifan
try, arrangements hadmi beenm rmmade for a six
tmnths supjiply of grinm for ihe fomrces.
Theim repomrt oif SaNTA A NNA's advaice
was contradicted at time time oif hmis depiar
Gent. WVoorm.'s army lhadt never' bceen be-.
set by strmigglinmg parties of Mcxicanms, as
haed beeni repomrtedi, though thmerei hadm been
severai false alatrms.
'a pnutgh was knoiwn to justify time belief
that thme Mexicani Congress were stromngly
dispoisedl to peace.-Char. Mcar.
DaEA~t'PI, ACCIDENT.-As Mr. J osephi
jiall, of Lyme, Ncmw Hlamnpshmire, was light.
iga moatch to fire a large seam charged
with powder, at time IGimummii, in time townvi of
Oranige, a spark from time match cauimght thec
tritil, and exliodeid time whloie, bliowing him
thirty feet in to time air and ikil ilin g him in-.
stantly. lie left a wvife anmd four smr.ll
Fr Represienta 06 41C
We. are atildfief 't-"- 111.4
n uudAt ii6,,I IL, A 1 J.,i RE ' 1 41 -E q
a Criddat f llcirf a
Su foT e. ed. 1'[i A'l.'
Sumtervl ~e 2541
TilEsubscribe r ould resleerfullkiWifirim
the Ladies-and Gentiien of Seiniciville
and vicinitV, thit he 'has 4kenrms ii
the Court foulse th -V'ew itys iilll e
'happy itohave all call and examihd eci
muens whether. they inten rtt i ot.
After havinag exPeriencein l ork and
New Orleanis he daoe ol ealiate toar
rnnt his Likenessesa equal;o ady taiej in
No -personwAll required to tike a
picture after sitting"It it doe rigt give su -
Portraits copied correctly: Liken'esses
taken in clear,-el'ody, or rainy weather.
Instructiinsin the Awgiven and Aplia
ratus furnished. - 1. . I
J S. SCLARKE."
Sumterville, S. C., F8b. 1846.16 2 .
From my l'remiseer on Friday the
the 5th inst., riy' Negro man
[i had~in whed, he left, a -dark
colored skirted coat, and panta.
- loons of twilled Kersey, and a
straw hat. Joe is a stout heavy built fel.
low, about five feet liiglh, with a scar on
his forehend just over 'iie of his eyes; he|
is rather slew in speaking when first spti.
ken to, with a kind of sly-looking smtaile Q
on his couinteua'nce. 'A reward of Five
Dollars will be given for his apprehensiou
and delivery at my residence,- or TI-n Doi.
lars, if safely lodged in any of the District
Juils in this State.
February 0, 1847. 15 2t
Poor Blouse Notice.
The Clarendon and Salem Board ot' Commission
era of the floor are requested to meet the Claremont J
Board of Commisasioners te' the Poor at Sunterville,
on the first Mondiay in March next, to take into
consideration the propriety of building a Poor House
tir Sunter Di,,trict.
ly order of the Boaid.
JOHN BALLA It), Ch'.o. B'd. Coin.
of the Poor fur Claremont County.
1'. J. Di- :xsx, Scc'y.
Fvbruarv 10, 1817. 15 3t
GARDE N SEED8
JUST RECEIVED, a general assortment
including Early York and other Cnbbage
Seeds, Oilion Setts &C. &c. &c. To any
one haviing bought fron me last year, it
will be suflicient. to say they are from ithe
stme man Jno. Thonson, and wnrranted.
A. J. MOSES.
Feb- 3. 1847.
A farge and general aissortment of En.
lish Pots, Oveis, Skillets, Stew Palns,
Spiders, Preserving Kettles, &r.. & c., &c.
Just receivecd and for sale at redugced pric.as
by A. J. MOSES.
Fe bi. 3, 1817.
A gnood Chaarlaton ade' co'ared I IUGGY'a, latelya
use d by % ar. lanJm. A ppdy t tisg oike.
Ietrnry 3- I-i ti
LYNCH ES' C'REEK( LANI)S FOR SA LE.
VTha andsq of tah iate Johna Dturat i, area
n o fr salIe, conlsisat ing of v-a rio us qatalities,
anad in lanaIitaos or pia cels varving~ from
175~ to 2000) aeres. P ersongs wishaig to
puirchiase Lanads in Sauter District lavte.
the oapportunaity of doing so now at very
reduced price. Th~le undaersignied Agents
or Aitornteys fora the sale of the same mnv
the founda at ttae residenaco of J. D. Ashmaaore,
f'ormnerly thae resitdence of the decceasedl
J. D. ASilMoIUE,
A tt'y. of Mbarthu Ashmaore.
T1IIOS. F. JONES,
Attorney of J. D. Smith, J. 11. Smaithi
atal H1. A. Smith.
FPebrauary 3i, 18417. 14 3t
BILACKSMI1'l AND WIIEEL-WRIUIIT
The subscriber respecftfully informs his
caustomrers aund the ptublic genetr- i Uv thait.
hie is niow prepared to .eeie at ..oark ini
the above traides with necatness anid tdes.
hlorse Shoeing careftally and promptly
Millwrights and own'aers of Mills are in.
formed that lie has erected a Steam Lathe,
and is now prepareda to Forge aind tinaisha
atiy MIill Irons, on as good terms, and its
aiccuera te andl diiranble, ini workmtanship an ad
material as eain be land in Charleston or
elsewhere. Crane Ilomiks and Screwvs for
elevattinug MIill Staonis will tbe kept on hand
or made to order. Aniy work ini Irona,
Steel, Brass or Copper which is tusually
done lby Hlnck and Whliesmiths, cain be
donae as well huore as elsewhere.
A well as oreltck -Iron on hanud
and for saile.
TI. J. COG[JLAN.
February 3, 1847. ____14 tf
rThe stibscriber contintues to act na
A get tin both11 of the Banks ina Camden, on a
the usual terms.
E. WV. BON NEY.
Dec. 30. 184lu. 0 t f
F SvND XECUTION a TO Mi
rJ b mo at Stainter CourtHouse
Oi . I
aee tract of 100'acreofLnd in Clar.
adridjoishani aads6faM. Wabb inid IMC
Si.irnerson, lvkd upan.as, tine property
( jdi n Il Bn;;er, at the suit of Inah
lprull, & C .., JoqI P. Biooih, S. S. Fdnr
ar eta af
Ols tract of 60 acres of Land in Cl#.r.
nd'on adjoiling lndns of Henzy Ht nril
riieu ipoan as the property of John Birog
itn, atlhe- sunt of E. B. Davis, J.V.
ees, et a 1.
of 10 acres o(Lana In iumter
ill ladji ing l'adls of -- whereon de
eanci nives, levied tpli'i as thie lroperty
f-Thos. J.. Coghlan, at tie suit or'F. Sun.
One tract of 356 aers of Land idi Clare.
nlont, adjoining lands of O. Matiies and
st..of win% Peebles, leviet! i'pun as ihe
roperty (if A. Dority, at ilie suit of W,
togers. an d-iryce& Wilnans.
One HfInsi.d Lot in Sunte4I4lei; ad.
jining luhdy of--- and'whereoin defend
nI.lives, 'levied, upon as the property of
ohn'lnnnies, at thie suit of G. H. Pooser
nd T. J. Coghlan. of
D60e tract of 60 acres of Land in Clare.
1ont, tidjoining lawds of Est. of Mrs. II.
. Davis amnane S. John's 'Church, levied
pon as the property of Thos. Hancock,
t-he suit of S. E. Wilson.
One tract of 300 acres of Land In Clnre;
iont, adjoining lands of Jane9 Duinlapn
nd Mrs. Robertson, levied iul on as the
ropertyof C. Ilti, at the'suit-bf William
'One tract of 25 acres of Lahd it 'Clare
iont, adjoining lands of John Safiders le.
ied upon as the property of P. Nunnery,
t the suit of R. Martn.
One tract of 125 acres of Land-in Clar.
ndon, adjoining lands of. Daniei Platt,
.Tied upon as the property or"Thoman
ticlhbourg, at the uttit of L. F. Rhare.
One House and Lot in Surnterville, ad
aiining lands of A. J. Moses and T. J.
;oghla n, levied upon as the property of
Vin. E. Richardson, at the suit of F. J.
loses and P. 0. Sullivan.
Interest in one tract of 1,000 acres of
and iln Clarendon, adjoining lands of W.
1. Belser, levied upon as tile property if
Vm. E. Richardson, at tIhe suit of F. J.
loses and P. 0. Sullivan.
Interest ini one tract of 105 acres of
.and in Claremont, adljoining lands of
5anuel Furman, levied upon ns the prop
rty of Wim. E. Richardson, at tine suit of
. J. Moses and P. 0. Sullivan.
One tract of 285 ncrcs of Land in Clar
ndun, adjoining lands of Ml. Stukes, levied
m1) as tile property of Joseph H. Stukes,
A the suit of John 11. Baxter.
One tract (if 280 ncres of Land in Clar.
idon, ad jinting lands of John P. Rich
rdson, levied upon a1s the property of R,
Y. Slukes, at the suit of Joseph 11. Stuke
and W. K. Whnite.
Defemndaant's interest in Plantation nea:
tnnaahrg, adljoilninig lands (If Estatie el
ohnn R. Spamnn and William Ellison, levical
pon na tine prope~rty of Thins. D. Smter,
t thne suit of WN. W. Aiston annd F. TIaylor
Defendant's intcrest in Plaintation near
sta tehnrg, adjoinning Inndsla of Estate of J,
I. Synn mantd Wm. Ellioon, Ilevaed upon as
lie properly of F. Smnaater, at tine stit o.
t, A ndesni, Sarith A llen, et a..
Otne tract of 300 nacres of Lanmd in Clare,
n oemt, asdjoninting Iland s oIf A mnos Danvis andu
S5tate ofn Wmi. Wildler, levied upon01 as thn
:rperty of Anfn Scurry, at tihe suit o.
)inikitns aend J3alltard.
Onne tracet of 300 acres of Loand ini Lower
salemn, adjoinming lanmds of J. M1. Baker,
evied tupon as tine property of Rjihardi
3tessions, ant alhe sunit of P. WV. Fraser,
Otne tract oIf 1700 acres of Leund in Up
w~r SnI atm, adljoaininig latnds (If Thos1. Pria
er aand Ja mes iatemberg, Ieie upon11111 as thei
nroperty of Isanae D). Whlitworthn, at thea
utit oIf fBank of Camiden.
Osne tract (If 200 acres of Lannd in Sa.
emn, tadjoimning lainds of Johnn Keely, Jus.
n/anse and James M. Balker. levied uapon an
Ite property of Jancob P. Sturgeon, at thea
itit (If M1. L. Muartin annd WNm. Ctamnpbell.
Otne traet of 700 acres (If Ltaind ian Sa.
eem, Iadjosiin ing ands of A. Tfomnlianson, Sn.
-ain Tlomlitnion andl~ Sanml. Ch~landler, levied
mn as te property of Joub P. Slurgecon,
at the suit (If M. L. Martin aind William
One tract of 200 acres of Land in Saleni
nejoinitng aIttta of John Banker, Janmes M,
[ittker and( Ge'o. TUruluck, Ilevied uipomn an
Ine properrty of .Janc b P. Sturgeotn, ant thei
Init of M.L. Manrtitn an Wm1 V~. Campnbell,
One trnet oIf 700 neres of Laind in Sanlem,
Lidjntig lan ads ofC L. Pi got, Stepihein Floya
mtd J ohin F. McKenighti, levied upon as the
>roplerty (If Jacob P. Sturgeon, ut thne suil
>f Mi. L. Martin and Wma. Cam pbell.
TjIlS. J. WILDElt,
Shift oWll(f Sumter Dist.
Mlheriff's Office, Fell. 0, 1847.
DAVID J. WINN,
DRAPER AND TAILOR.
In formns his friends and tinc public gean
arally, hant, Inavning tanken line nnew Stnre
adjoitninag Mr. Mc Leann 's, in Sutmterville,
ne respnectfutlly solicits a shnare of patron
age.. It will be his endeavor tan give every
atisftactiont in all busimness in Is line, en
rumstedI to him.
Dec. 30, 18-10. 0 I f
W E Hk
Haynsad U tIs
appaedi S i
ors of the said d
Mwii~re,~ s our 0.x Or",41(
~ 1 We
ter Court H
ruy, 184, "lhl
the said dinfnktrptios
Givenundermy hand a , 1A""ah
da 6t 'Januar r
[L. 8.}Lord, one thou o
and f-rtydsevonl",ni -j
year Aine can
Feb: 3, 1847.
-* ('Ju t RceiN ) }
Fine . 1 amon, I reI asen
BiterFresh Lo ster,Q tin ) Ut t oda
Pickles, Raisins, (Inquarter iofes )Sa
Coffee, Bacon, Lard, &., a
CASH SYSTEM begins tvWrka ra
bly, purchasrs would do well o cali
ThePy will be old ai loweIcesi ig
er offered in'tlis market bbr.
February 3, 1847.
LANDS FOR SALE.
Sundry Tracts of Land beln ohe
Estate of JarnsCorbet, Senr, deceased
situated In Sumter District, on tl eBiave
Dom waters of'Black Iiveraaottuve
or fourteen niles South"Eastgr'om Cam
den, and. s@ome ,thre or fdur.1iil9s,frim
Bradford Spiigs. Said lapds ar' , alu.
ble, notny iI an eigriccltuira- oin'o~(
view, but more particularly-n ccoun:iof
the healthiness of the countryi.being eve
ry way suitable for Summer jResidleneg.
A credit of one and two yeari ivill begiv
en, and terms generally accgmmodaiing t',
purchascre. Apply to the quaburiber.
W. LEWIs,O. S. D.
Sumterville, S. C., Jani 20, 1847. 13 tf
J. B. N. HAMAIET, .Esq., Is our author
ized Agent during our'absenc' from -the
J. E. LAKE'Y,
Janbary 1, 1847.
At the Pluntation of J. K; Blakely, (for
merly Mrs. J. E. Witherspoon s,) in the
Fork of Black River, will be sold, on the
15th of February next, one fine Saddle
Horse, tine Wiagun, a little out of repair,
60 bushels of Corn, (the corn can be ob.
tained at private sale, to an approved pur
chaser,) twvo or three Stacks of Fodder,
I -Bed. ad Bedding, &c., together with
the stock of hlogi', Cattle, and other ne
cessaries to be uisedl about a farm.
Ternms made known on day of sale.
J., B..Nv H A MMET..
Sumterville, Jan. 27, 1847, 13 sf
Sixty Acres of Land, siiuated at Provi
dencne, eleven miles above Sumoterville.
On the premibss aure four or five first rate
Springs of waiter, andl a fine yonng Or.
chaard, of Guiignard's best-TFrees. It is a
desirable Summer residence. A pply to -
TIJOS. J. WILDER.
Ja n. 20, 1847. .12 (f
All persons indebted to the Estate of
James Corbett, Senr., deceused, (n lilch
debts being unwi due,) are requested to
make immaediate payment to the subscri
WV. L EWIS. 0. 8. D.
Jan. 20th, 1817. 13 tf
Te)11FOR SALE. .
TeodMethodist Church andl Lnt on
which it stanads, in the Towvn of Sumter
ville'. Faor terms, apiply to J. H1. Dingle,
or to the subscriber.
Januaary 7, 1847. II tf
Tolled before me, by John O. Durant, a
black Mare MULE, middling size, about
seven years old, no -visible marks aor
brands, except geair marks; appraised at
Sixty Dollars. Said' mule 'had on wvhen
taken upr, a blind Bridle. Thme mule may
be seen at the plantation or Mr. J. 0. Dtu
runt, at Durant's Crous Roads.
J. L. MiLL ER, Mlagistrate.
Willow Grove, Sumter Dist.
Jantuary 11, 1847. 512 SI
Juist received, 11RISH SEED POTA
TOES. For sale by
January 20, 1847. 12 i
FOR SALE.- -
A first rnte second hatided SULKEY,
with a good top; aleo, a set of iHarneed,
brass motunted, hcegrly newv A pply at this
D. 30, 184de -
an arerequ re a ke t -
rn, a netr e mo R ar
bech y -~\
u 7 7 f
Alr pcrsons " ht he s0bseu -
by Note or Bonk4 1 are reques -
to callfnd qet hvb, leihjastfu
thety'will positively $d the, Notes and
Accog~rds placdw iniofficer'. hands bv
SA.MUEL i. TINDAL.
Manecheater, J.tIl847. 11? f
BlJMT Yl1LLE, S.C
TUderhlgne.prpietor 'o Cha a
Fio.(el, at Sumler Cotrt Hnuse@ ~:, rem- .
ciulyinfrm his $riend.and ejtb
ictha Is ha ihrouhlyrefitte bis I'o
te, 1dthat it i;1. now n completeder .
for the rccommodalin of Boteders, iqi
ters and;.he Travelling Publi V
He return alm Isincere .thanksa to tliein
public at lar enerous anfilibe
rul'*patrornage,.an opes b..stricttatten- -~.
tion to. theIr comnfri lner:ulits constipiu
' ils establishtnt~n I convenientlyssita. *
ted' ons the~ Malasteet, utear~ the -Court
House, and will. be found convenient to
member-s of thie Bar end..Plantere-vising
the Court House on business. lHis kable
'will'-be carefully and regularly furnished.
JOHN. CHINA, Jr.
Dec. 1 W, 840 7 tf
THE CAMDEN HOTEL.
BT B. P. BOYD.
The subscriber announces to his friends
and the travelling psiblic, that he has taken
tihat large and commnodiousBrick HOTEL
Contiguotus to. the Court House, in this
town, wherele will be able to accommo
date in the best manner, all who feel in
clined to give hin a trial. Tiie hotiset has
been puti1 the beatider, and n
ishied throughout,.andI If an earnest eire
to please willie.a. asfactids he is on
vinced, that Efrwll'besgtisfied. His able
willl be furniaiedeniply-his bar- IV.l' be
furnished wiih the best Liquers,-.and his
servants wvill befiatten aive as' possible,
Camd'en, Jan'ary C 1847. 11 Ct
* FOR -SALE.
One fine tinishedu Rose wood PIANO,-of
excellent Ti:se, with the new JIurp Plato
Piece to suit the time.
A splendid assortment of ne fnished -
FURNI'T URE, consisting ofTables, So
F',s, Bureaus, Book Cass,- Warhdrohes -
Side Bardls, Bedstends, Curled Maple and
Plain Wood Chairs. Rocking.Do, ic.
&c. &c. For salei ow by
J. -F, .8.T H ERLAND.
Camden, Dec. 30, 1840. 0 f
-IN ORDINARY. -'
Mary McCoy. vs.John Brown tnd aoth- - ' t
ers.o-tummons In Partition. .* g
It appearing to mySaisfdinithet Na- ,t
than Kinsor andoe oIdren defendas, In 4 15
the above stated case' reside dut of-the
State: It is therefor eordered, that the'yd do "
appear,; and object tio the diviaiom or sal'e
of she It'al Estate .gf:Burreil Brown, de
cease d, oni or befor& the.27tli day of Feb- ~
ruary next, or their consent willbeug
ed of record r.
Nov. 27th, 1840. 8 'if
JUST REC IJ8 .,
From Charlelw sh
$ugar, Coe,' Moese,~4a~~ukere1
ButterQ (Aep Oas ~,~~u Bag
gRb i'~Tba o sI~ on
and ootI o'4 & 0 hrfwhich
$ [ g
Dee 30 $ x