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the Bay of Mobile,, we patsed two light
houses; one, on Mobile point, -to the Jar
board; the other on Sandy Island to the
starboard: that is, the first to the East,' the
otlier to the West of us. On the Point, we
saw tile guns of "Fort Morgan,"' looking
out sigelifiicanatly towards us. They lihd
no voice for usi. -But. if I mistook not
their appearance, their enemy would meet
another reception. .
This is not the kind'of an occasion for a
man, strictly of the land, to attempt an ex
pose of his feelings 'in looking out upon
the waters, reachoning in every direction
beyond the field of his vision. Suffice it
to say, that, eurly in tihe morning, on board
the ship, the mellowing rays of the sun fal.
ling on the rippling wateas, their bosom
pxpanding befor e' us, the land receding be
hind us, the prostpect or a ten days home
on "the rolling deep," nd then landing on
un inhospitable shore; these were the to
pics tof reflection.
One thing in the first day's experience
and observation, I must not pass in Si
lence. I cannot now recall to minid any
mention of what I am about to describe, in
any book of Geography or Travels, that I
have read. After leaving land some dis.
tance behind us, there wits out tosea, aliead
of us, an aplaurent rise in the waters. This
apparent elevation extended to the horizo
from right to left. Oi a nearer approach,
we found the elevation only imaginlary; hut
there was something scarcely less remoark
able, a most perfectly defined line of pnrti
tion between the whitish waiters of the bay
and the blue waters of the Gulf. So well
do these, waters apparently uiderstand
iheir boua.ds. that you might place your
finger on the verge of the blue and of the
muddy. The men were all struck with the
thing as a curiosity, and apprpriately
termed "the meeting of the waters," thc
Fcncc. As far as the eye coulld reach,
the edge of the waters was skirted with a
foam; drift wood! had here found a re-stin 'g
plice. and its ziezug appeiaraince Laetm it ie
ceidedly a family liikenemss to a wmorrm fence.
At mcrilian the next daywe crossed .n1othm
er fnce, or a second Rubicon, more mmark
el, if amnything, 1lahan was the first. There
was in this part of the Gulf an immense
de elaif drift wood friom the Mississippi; the
mouths of which were many mi iles distant.
The waters were green, lwfre we came tim
the Second boondary; afierwards, they 1be.
camet truly ''the dark blue." The sailors
call the green waters soutndings, from the
fact thiat there, bottom may be fmoud. 0Od'
tite soundmiings, that is, inl tihe blue wiater,
tino bottorm caln lie finnm).
After the Pilot left us, the sealel orders
were opened and read i-y tautr Commttiander.
lie gave out that we were ordered tio Tarm,.
pico. But this mtorning, as we were ap.
proaching tie latitude of* that place and still
keeping to sea, it becamie necessary to let
the truth ie known. Our 'estin'aLion is
t4ie Island of L-004s, somite 159 Imiles albove
Vera Cruz. The Emglish I oaf it is, "The
Island of Wilves"! WhetIer we or the
lexicns mare tin (Id it so, the fiture will
decide. Why the Governmeot keejps these
th1ings so prfudly secret from-th os, to i
whoam, in othier respmect4, she shmews thme
greatest consideratiiona, I do mnot exactly
appreciate. But so) it is. We were temi
dlays on time wvater, before wc learned our
It requires nnt the ken of prropthecy to
tell that oumr Gtovernamnt clotertmplates tn
attuck oat Vera Cruz by semi and lanmd; a- id!
tha t the fmorcs ntow assembledm an-1 assem-i
blin~ at "'[lmta De Ubos'" aire the foarces ini.
tended fmar thc tumid apprmachm. Tlhis wuill
reciuire a manrch tof somte two hiudredl
miles. Thme is lan d i itef is about six (we
editorially retmrk that i t is tem or twel ve,)
miles (ats amur cmormcspondentauo statedl in his
letter ini tile last nutmbet mr,) fruom time minn
fand. in a fu tutre cauommmnici at, I wvill
attemtpt. ta give youit ma descripttioni oalit.-.
-(Th'Iis wais idaone inm thii letter itt omur laist Nta.)
Thmere are tnartdaan ithe O regmn twio huu-it
tdred andt forty'-nib ml licetrs andt jr priates.
Births fair thme privates were littedl til be
-tween deks; andi there thaey aire all togethler.
Tfheir atccommdattituonis are lnot time best;
they all sighm for buand. We ha~ve on board
4haree months proivisionrs ; arid ratiomns are
dlaily distribuutd. But cooklintg is time dim~
itult operationi. With bretad theiy have no i
trouble ; they eot hard bread; but Coff'ee,
Baconm amid Rice, foir the wvhole, are prepar,
ed at their smrall fires on that deck. It is
amuasinig to see amn, at holme poissessintg at
superarbundance, hmere dlaily receiving their
poundl of crackers, tharee qmurters of a
poun rd of bacon, a thimble.spaomon.full mof
caofTee, and rince, cooakinrg forn timemtselvres,
anti then eating it writh their fingers from
the frying parn.
'The governent kimnd'ly engaged a cabin
passage for the offeers, anaid a seat at the
catinu's table, otnr0 paing one dollar per
Th'be health of Company '' A," (mm Thle
Sumters,") fiats greatily imnprov'ed. There
has been no fatality .iamtngst diem, since
they left hoirtme, nor is anmy likely to tccuir,
jamilgmng from present appetaances. Inl thet
Ttarriid Zti'ne,where wre noaw are,thme muamps
are verfb lnient. The Lancaster Cati-pa-.
ny is now much ailliceed wvithi them ; buat
a fewr dlays in time balmiy breezes of this
.most genial clime wvould almost remsuscitate
We are anixiotusly looking otut for land;
more from me. when we reach it.,
Respectfutlly, Ar LPIA.
IS LA D E LO BOS, Fan. 8, 1847.
DEAa ADAML. :--We arrived fiast nigh t,
wvithin line mnile oif the Islanrd ; are nowv
dlisembatrkinag. Thiis momnent, a schooner
is startinug fair Ta rmpjicto. Say to my friends
mand oters, we mre mill well.
in haste, Yours,
A. C. SPA IN.
BISHIOPVIL'LE, MARo 13;t847.
The Trustees of the B1shopvilla-Aciide
my having convened, the death of Mr.
Wm. GRtEEN one of the Trtustees- of tihe
Institution was announced, Wh the ful
lowing preamble and resoluIons wero
Whereas, It has pleased DivinemProvi
dence to remove from among us ourrriend
ant asiociate. Mr. Wit. GR EEN, 6 zealous
aind efficient member of our body: There
fore be it
Resolved, That in -his death we have
been bereaved of a worthy member, and
the community of a useful citizen.
Resolv'd, That we cordiailly sympathize
with the family of the deceased, and ten
der thenj our sinceie condolence for their
Resolved, That a copy of these proceed.
ings be communicated to the family of the
deceased; and that they be piublished in the
8umter Banner, Charleston Mercury and
Chiistian Advocate, and Temperance Ad
J. E. DENNIS, President,
Wti. RoeRns, See'y. Board.
To A. P. ho died 4th Scpt. t86aged 4
years & G months.
Thou art gone my dear Neppy to heaven above,
To share ini the glories of' peace and love,
While the clay is yet near us, though cold in time sod
Thy spitit is living in the smiles of thy God.
Olh! haw great wasthe joy, that fill'd thy pure breast
When juined by dear Ella' in realms of the blest,
Where Christ, the "redemer" of a world lost in sin,
Has called you from sorrow to rest there with him.
Thy pure little spirits will united remain,
Relieved from all sorrow f'rom sickness and pain,
While the Sun, Moon and Stars theit courses lersue,
While Heaven is holy, while Jesus is pure.
"An A unt, 15 nmonths old, died 13 days after.
WtSTAR'S IAlLSA1 OP WILD CHERRY,
And the best medicine known to man far
Asthmna of' every stage, Liver Complaints, Bronchi.
tas, influeIza, Coeughs, Colds, Bleeding of the
Ltings. Shortme'ss of Breath, pains and
weakness in the Side, Breast, &c., and
all other dise-ases of the
A very impirtant disease over which this "lal.
8am1" exeits a very powerful inflitence, is that of a
In this compliint it has mndoubtedly proved more
elicacionts thn any remedy hitherto enp!oyed, and
in numerolus instances when patients had endured
long andu severe sufl'ring from thc disease, without
receiving the least be-nit from various remedies,
and when MERCURY has been resorted loin vain,
the use of this Dalsamn has restored the LIVER to a
healthy action, and in many instances efTeLtcd
alter evTry kno wun remedy had failed to produce this
d. Airnil elieet:
lBesidles its astmnishing efllicacy mn thme disense above
asuentined, we also findmm it a very eflectual resmedly in
AS'III l IA, a commplaint in which it has been exten
situly usedl wtith decided success, eveni in cases of
year sat nding.
It not only emanates fromt a regular Physicmian
lbut has also bee'n wvell 1.ested in all lime comaplainits
for wvhichm it is recomanmnded. it is not amy intention,
therefore, either to clonk it in mmystry, or ini anmy
w:my deceive thme putblic lby ove'rrating its virtues; on
the contrairy, I shnmll simply ende'avnr to give' a bricef
stutemmenit of' its usefulnes, amnd flatter mnyset! that
its surpris'ing a fiicac'y will enable mec to furnish such
paroofs of' its virtues as iil satisfy time most incredu-.
leaus, that Coaanmtion may ant "'CAs an C ntcul,"
if' this nmedine be resorted to in timne.
None gemnuine, uanless sigmned I. 15ULTTS on the
For sale in Snmtearville by Dr. J. 1. MILLER, mat
the Drug Store; amnd lby Druaggisms generally In Senth
Er' e asre authorized to an
naounce WIL LIA M 0. HIAltiET, Esqa. as
a Candlidmate for Tax Collector, at the enm,
Sumnterville, Nov. 25, 1810. 4
TI! E' Sumbscriber hereby gives notice
that ater a vae~ntiona of two weeks, his
Schiooi will againa be oWaned at his room
opposit lhe D)riuggi st St)ore, on Min~ ,tt,
'omtmmeintg his seconad termi, on tihe lirst
Moant'nmy ini A pril.
N. B. Younag Ladies attending the
Schl.d wvho desire inst riuctioin inamplaiin
Needle Work, will have one hour eanch dmay
dlevoated to the'm, by Mrs. Bowles, fair this
pur pose. .'1 H. E. BOW LES.
Sumterville. Mac,24, 1847.
A C A RD.
BRADFORD SPiKNGS FEMALE ACADEMY.
Thme unadersigned would respectf'ully
statte for time satisafauction of parenits whom
hav e dlaughters at this I nstituition that its
exercises will niot lbe disconitinumed on Ac.
cotunt of his indiaspositioni. lie expects to
be able to attend to some of his classes to.
moairrov and! On time following Miondayv -tai
resume his accustomed place in time school
J. I. DUBOSE.
Marcih 15, 1847. *20
Tolled! before mec hv Chaiirles C. Jackson,
Esq bay mare MUJLEI abotmt two v'eurs
ol, valuied lby thme apjpraisers at Forty
Dollars. Saidu Mtuie may be seen atth
plantation of' C. C. Jackson, Esq.,
' WM. I1. IBOWEN, Magistrate.
Providence, Siamter Dist. ~
March 10th. 1847. (l 21r
The stibsc'riber, as Agiint* fo .r the'ab ove
would, respectfully inform thle inhiabitant
of Sumnterville afn-d vicinity, that he is.pre.
- Ba pti snifi IFontsy
in American or 161linn AtarbI56, it-eivr
variety of igern and superior ivMma
0hip, III g-eatly iedutced prices. A l order
by letter .or otherwise will meet wit]
W3M. R. HUNTER.
Darlington C. H1., Mvarch 17, 1847. 21 tf
$100 RYEW A RD.
RANAW AY from my Ilantatioi
in Sumrter Districts. C., about IIh
. Oth Novenber last, my negro ma
J A CO0 B.
/ Jacob is 36 years of age, about I
in eet 0 or7 inches in height, toler
aibly stout; fas Ick bushy hair, a forbi
dolg Coun11tenlanlce, winks hlis eyes quiel
when speakingi, with a down look, an,
ships a little in is left leg. The abov
reward will be paid f.,r his safe delivery i,
the Jail of Sumter District, wit suficien
proof to conviction of his having beenhar
bored by any white person-or $50 will b
paid for hsis delivery as above.
E .SIlER PERDRIEAU.
r CMarch 23, 1847. 21 6m,
RANA WAY from the Plantatio
Dtrict, S. C., about the 25h (if De
cember last, a negro man name
Jackson i about 30 years of age, near si
feet in height Stout ind well proportionei
has hligh and naked temples-speaks plau
siblv- has a wife in Houston County, Ga
Ilongin to Mr. J. I. Mae Law, wshith
le maliy have gone. The above rewar
will be p aid for his delivery to the subscri
ber, for rhis deldgery as aony Jui so t
i may get h!Im aIgalin.
THOMMAS It. ENGLISH.
March 27, 1847. 20 3L
The subscriber continues to act a
Agkent in both of the Banks in C.iden, 0
tte usual gtrms. ,
E. WP BONNEY.
Dere. 30, I14. 6 i
BY v-1RTUjE OF SUNDRY EXP.CE'T1Ms TO Al
WVill be sold at Sutidlier ort lise, r
bSe, o the hioghet ider for Jalsh, th
til fayrst Iinfaat a n a dtIi)r
Mallric ng, rioi . ha 3to a
One suegreie ontintes prpt a
A hgmas inbrae, thut of tieAak n4lter 0
Freuan a nte4s eiet
Josph . 3 uress, at th sis BOfNW.
~~~~~~it.-.Brcyat Ctesit fIoetBa
AOrne nert, witvien the propertyn, r c
T.i~~ E W.heraigfodst thesuirs fr Jams lb
Gsigrd an JmetDlees,2a.s
One Negro, levied on as the property r
Jons rACoevo, itt the sniit of tipn
Bank, Jamde Dlulap C.gsrtatin, .
On Negros, levied on as the property
JL.ph T. Dirkins, at the suits of Delse C
De.es, Baka tsi of CamenJa e Brea
On Negro, levid tn as the property o
Joh NV. Davsiisi, at t-e suits of Jes Fr
chnurtu antd msom)~etor, 2eviedes,
as tprgrty e iof Jon as. Jae, pety E
*sn Af. Wolcsy!, LeisIl JhSont Wm ii
ILyii, Ja s. ii .\iller. e. athis.- II I
Scke ofat God i . Wtre 2 egroes am
lStock ofS Leather, c.,ni Tan Yardbi s
2loregrt adi aryl, levied on aslh rspr
the properi'sk y, at ifs O. suitan af t they su
oft.s John of Brown~l, Jmes loran, L
Cpouls oSae fSuhCrln
I Negro. levied on as the propferty o
Wmda . 1)hodes Adm atte suit'. o. Jor
A. lloughd . I.Ilntir
2 Negres, alsvitn s ltihe rnety Ki
s lingleron, t t i h s it of . Baas., ai
J.sa iglet. A.t, l.e iasin J.n Mose
andi Eutor 11'.Jes Miller. ah
Onsek Negr Geved s te p roert a
11 lorsesIC tsihCryl, levied tin astepory
tJ rsi~yo'1. N. Cullieynu t the suitofJJ.Iihr
I Duggy', some Cattle' , il.Jandon Itse ami
KihegFrnite levied on as the prop
i.rtyoTes W.BAdmsord at th suit oa
Ao.. se ks,2g cses
2 Negro, levied on as the property 01
G. W. illtpn, at thie sit of 1. . Hutarri
3.S lTon HAO. ~. ILDsitie, A. J. D.s
Jaheis O.llice, arh sui of847.am
B.l. aksforya, at th i o.J Istca
The stibcriier laji, 4[Wiendb
kdepin'g contant)it on- hanit a
3 geeral-bsvartmnent.of -Medjciies)
-lPaits lis, I ,?ye St ,o .
yhic'li ie~ will ell as lii s thie
can -le afoided inthig place .Enquire WS
the Drug Store.
gn ofrtfie olden Mottarr<,
J.i. MILLE, -
iN EQ.UITY. 1~ P
Saah J.' Bradley, et. al; -
vs. ~ Bill
Y. Stephens, et. ae t
ilI6e sold at Sumter.Cort HoiUelon
the first Monday in April ne.*t,. and if not
their sold; Will b offered at eatk itivse.
quent sale day until sold; A
A Ta'act of 36.0AOris ofiLa4d
situated nea'r Bishiops'ille; lands of'the Es
5 tale of Bradle; deceased; not. c
- be sold under Five Doilhiii pea' acte
Conliticons.of sale a-r io rnuch Cassi 44
will pay the costs of the 6ill auiid dale. The
9 balance on a credi; of si mli'i te l ir
e chaser giving bond and security si'in i'itet
m est and if not -paid.when due, the land'ic
t be resold at the -isk of the purchasirfi
Cash. The Title Deed will be execuiei
e but not delivered until the land is, paid for.
Purchaser paying for Deeds,
By order of the Couihf
J. B. MILLER, Com'r.
Sumterville, S. 'C.,
Alarch 4, 1847. ]03.], 20. 3
I WILLTAM MA TTHIESSEN
No. 137, iAST BAY, CORNER OF-.EE'K.STREET
CPIA RLE8-TON, B. C.
FASHIONABLE CLOTIIING A"D
TA ILORING ESTABLISHMENT,
AND EVERY VARIETY OP .
* GOODS IMPORTED DIRECT FROM EUROPE
March 10, 1847. 19 - tr
SUMTERVILLE S. C.
SOffice one door North of the Court House
" W. E, RICHARDSON,
ATTORNEY AT -LAW ANI[
SOLICITOR IN EQUTY;
SUXMTEBRVI LLE, 8, C.
J. L. BAYNSWORTH,
SUMTE R VILLE,- S. C.
OPriCr ONE Dna SOUTH OP THE Dao STORZ
BLACKSMITH AND WHEEL-WRIGH'l
~- The subscriber respectfully informs hhi
customers and~ the public genierally, thal
lhe is now preprared to execute any work ir
rthe above trades with neatness~ and dleg,
llorse Shoeing carefully and promptly
Mfillwrights and owners of Mills are ins
formed that he has .erected a Steam Lathe,
and is now prepared to Forgo and tinisi
any alill lrns, on as good terms, and as
acurate and' dura ble, in *orkmnanship and
ma nnterial as can lie had in Chailesion- 6:
.elsewhere. Crane Ilooks and'$ceg f'or
elerating Mill Stones will be kept on ha-nd
or made to order. Any work in Iron,
Steel, Brass or Copper which is usuall3
done by Block and WVhitesmiths, can be
r dlone as well here as elsewhere.
A well assorted stock of Iron on hanti
and for sa-le.
. T.J. COGHILAN.
N ebruary 3, r847, 14 t(
CH ARLES TON S'1'Ok.
DICKSON & LA TT A would respectfully
-infor-m their friendls and customea's thai
they have removed from their oldI stand te
their new Brick Store above the Camden
H anik, and have on hand, amtI a're receiv.
toig constantly, a new and full assortment
o if choice anl gelect G-rceries, Whieha they
offe~r FOR: CASif, at a sal-l av.ivance on
Chiarlestoin prices. Feb, 24
'Fresha Raisins, Prunes, Figs,
r&c. &c. &c.
110 boxes Layer liaising in fine order
20 h alf do. M. 1ti. do.
r 20 quarter do. (1o. (10.
30 dems Turkey Figs, weIglit 8 to 8 Na
2 boxes Genoa Citron
1 tub Zante Currants.
2 cases WV. I. Preserved (Chaw Chaw,)
2 do, do- do. (Conquiest) Limes (do.
2 do. (10. do. assid. in qt. jars
2 do. E. I. do. Ginger
I do(. Tramnrinds in Syrup;
Brandy Peacs and Brandy Cherries,
Just received pr steamer DeKalb and' I'nf
sale by DICKSON & LATTA,
r Camen, S. C.. Mardhb 10.
Seed Potatoes, Oats and! Rye.
200 barrels l:ish Pototoes, White e)preut.
200 bushe-ls North CarolIna Oats
20 do (10 Rye.
For sale by DICKSON & LATTA.
Carnden, M.,-h 10, 187
I e h ? qi Ist
rope panxt -*(i
n i gw b 44l
en.,inj , . 6
'levied W0 p rit, ,V4 ek df Jh-Brag09"
' del d iait of~ d cr.t ia
'nY n ts djt o n n eff f a e
M..fliefsoi.. :0 WdOo as bth M.,yr
' .Farkar, Bryce
Wi*An &.OliplIiant and RanksinSrAl
.:Qnq.H ,ouse iWd 'Lot Iin Sumter ll lje&-,
knoWirts the nk irru' nt, I Viid upr.
ne tract'ot0 aredo b 1nd itisaler
s'djoini ing ands.foi; 8ea.'11p on asi
1n6d-eh illei'eu~ swihe ppe- .
o'et Jonf eeret' tsie sit of J1
M. T, i Fiinr
Brow tr 0i 6(- La d in bdi
dia #iier'n'y ' ininl lands Icltug H
CoiaId ihb on ancin 6oel,levied upon a.
i ilk'6 r perTos. t anikks ahiY -
Orie vacant o61 two'- arei ins Sur'ntir
Ville, adjopinig laridod o.f A..J. Moiat , eisey
id upon als- the dpropetty of J hHi"
Mngton, at the -suit of d.. PfiiipI
One tract of 63-serei 6 f Lad in Clae
mloni ain n' t Tho rlrtit'
levied upon at the6 O'idfierly-'of .tlizabetti
Kely' at the--ot Of A. ornedtt 4
One Housiand Lot oftwores f ml
in . mrterville, adjoin ig fA'nt Jot. A
Colclough, known as D'inliins' Hsotel, lev
led upon as the property of Tyre .J. Dina
kins, at the suit of James -Bryce.& Co.
One tract of 25 acres of Land in Clare
monit, adjoining lands ofcJohi' anh er anr.
lCato,-levied upon as the poropero y ~of:P.
Ne atry-M tet6 dt f t. iuret1
. One -us a'nd Lot in Gumterlille, aa.
joining S andm(of W.S.:nyt, hdivie *d upJon as'
the property 6f Po . oliva, at the saiE
4,f tiwl State.5 daeos iankn Ipo~ &
kn, Wet. Joh nsion, a-dJ. E.. & rown.
One tract of 250 acres if Land inhlare:
motnt, adjoining lands of Estate oif WM;
Mayrant. levied upon as the prperty of
W. E. Richardson, at the suit of. .
Sullivan andl F; J.- Moises..
Imerest in One traci 41.000 acrei -of
Land in Clarendoni an'djiiing lands of W.:
. Belser and. . :oniliette, levied upon as
the property ,of W.. E. Richardson, at
thle suit ( nf P; J.Sull.in and F. J. Mses.
One tract of 126 acres of -Land in Clare
mont, adjoining lands of [asa Lenoir and
Maomasntr levied upon as-he jnprop
ert Ef Firancs Sme, at the suit of A.'
Andersonm d.?Allen ades.J.Ms. -
Onaerat inon 12facre of l.0ani cre f
Lant, dini'arngun ma-ds-ieum ad of XVnor n
Th. Bemser adC oht levied'apon aspopr
the o Thnt oD uiner a-. Rihestonf at
tIe stiamt of.' H.Suara n .J.Ms
.One trac-t of 20 aces ofload in Lare-i
mon'e, adjning lands of m.aa Leu. Waond
ThdAse Singtera, levied upo as the
pperty of acbP Strn, a t ohe A.i'
AfJnlerant, Wm.lie ainpbe.lJand. .
One tract of 120 acres of Landi in Cisow;
mr ale ajoining a~d sa LfPeor -nc-'
(challed Duansrn, levied upon as h roe.
pr opertof Jaco St. Sur eot the sui s, W
Wf.Jnnl O'rant', Wm.&Canipbell ndaac.Du.
O'ne tract oif 210 acr~es ofLand in a
Sl'em, ajiing lasma of Jn.Ies. BVakerl
anlien Cionyer ndryhi, levied astm
ateproperty 'Ofi P Sara 'P.a thden atim
th tof John Gant'. b. Cainp and .L
O'ne tract of 900 aeres of Luand in owef
?rSalem, adjoining lands f ee M.akr
(callad 'Dgan'sn and~ l.vfdhn o tirt teer
uprasherppry of Jadeh ~ugcn at e'ogo s
af Jolhe sqia of Jn. Gramtpbdl Camp6. '
One tract of 5 ares of ~and in ie
lem, djining lands ofaijs Wm. Bamer.
Thomas ochiers and Roberi Lwrby, leij
se nas the property of Jacb P. S teur-a
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