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bur orol the. son of se eu
-'1c &.1bb vil
1ng prahethe Cn r
tcs 9,u qcis cumatin
Mi sVa e a p 't6 ii
s$tie of li w-f iit Ife,
an -co j.ouddiUthority,
that Gink 0 , anidlcolilt of
thel b dti~t6 dim ..andol'bhif.th.
rgiife t sl -O l 'ivi t re had
gegirsgn the bpt1tl of Buena
Vis gtttad probably have i the day,
4sflig Itinigippi: regiment o' volunteers
WiivaMhippetI three times -without knowing
dt tlt whn bo~urne d-4own by oiverwhel
mig ii~e ,foulhlt. ons jost as if
fnothing u4ncoI iad happenetto them,
.And by(lInt .0 wtnce and a wontderful
. ,laiy Iin ripping tup-the nest man t(% them,
they etiievedatlie foitunes of the field."'
- orresponden e of the Herald.
Gs f nrb's chasrabane with pen
Jes., drve~ka nt- footman to match. for two
A.s a een llourishing in Pennsyl
- s~tI~enie, to the-titter astonishment of
. yes, and-,the great delitLtL of the
1,iVn1 Th'iktGeneral is to be here nit
Monday ai will not only visit the White
Hnsd in state, butproposes, also, a friend.
yll nid in. Dixon H. Lewis at his
:1odgingi;t, ihich case we shall have the
jx IIpaisbtioi of the smallest and 'argent
gentlemen-roftheirage in the Jnited States,
Tqmn Tisnnb weinhing some fifteen pounds.
.end gr., Lewis about five hundred, so that
it woquld late nrme thirty-three such Lilli
ptitians-s the.Gendral to weigh down the
atis iskd and weighty Senator from
CAPT K IDD'S TREAs URE.-The search
-irthtlediv'iny-.bell for the sunken treasus
res-of Capt. Kidd, the reno.wned pirate,
hiis bekv renewed on-the North River, and
in t'e on ss nf two days last week, silver
und j;wels to the lamount of an hundred
thousani -dollars -was Ashed up from the
..reck of Kidd's vessel. Query, whether
the lucky finders connot be indictud as
receiveis ofgjolen goods?
Char. Eve. News.
THE BRAve KENTUCKIANs.-The Lou
svill e Coiant learns thatt inimediute steps
will be taken to have the bodies of M'Kee,
Clay, Vuigbaigidrn1 6ther Keintuckians,
who feltai Huena' Vista, removed to that
tate for intert pent.
A good try. is told, it is said, by Mr.
$ecretary Miircy. about the shipment to
JeycCrtiz of the mortars and shells for
-General $coti. There were forty of the
mortars-to be sent. Ten were sent by the
Tpmaroa, and the remainder by other ves
selsThe ten by the Tamaroo arrivrd and
werd used. The others did not arrive.
The Secretary says the reason is that the
Tamaron wvas paid- by the job, and there.
fore made-the best-oIf the way, but the oth
.er veseIs were paid by the day and took
a piknty of 'eo-raom.
Froin the Fall tRiver Monitor, pril, l846.
SWISTAlWS BA LSA M OF WILD CH ERRfY.
This medicine prepared byr a longz experienced and
alkilisi physician, tested 'and approved by a great
number of intelligent, dibcriminating and respectable
persoins in various parts ot the country, is- now re
ceived and used with entire confidence and with
'greatuedess by those afflicted wvith pulmonary com
plaints. It is also recommnended as a valuabile medi
cine or yther diseases, such as culds, coughs, and
partiolalys diseases whose ttende~nev is to consunip
tior. Sho'uld its efficacy continue as it haos thus for
been. pr..ved it various obstinate cases, it will indeed
be a most ine&luabd -niedicine.
--None genuine, Uts signed I. BUTTr'S on the
For stile in Sumterville by Dr. J. I. M IL L':R, at
the Drug Store; and by Druggists generally ic South
-W a re nturhOrized to an
nlounce JOSEPH MONTGOM ER Y, Esq.,
a Candidate to Represent the County of
Clarenidun in the Hotuse-of Jlepresenta
Lives at thie next election.
II- We are authtorized t& an
nounce JOSEPH M. N ETTLES. Esq., a
Candidate for the offiee of -Tax Collector
for Cl'aremont County, at the ensuing elec
tioni..:- - ---
.Irl'wefln authorize'd to announce
Dr..W. J1, WOODS,. as a Ca'ididlate for
Representative of Clarendon, at the ensu.J
-Feb..S-1847. - --14 if
i:g 1We are authorizedl to an.m
fniitlee, Capt. WV. W. H AITEM AN, as a
Candidato for Tax.Collector at the ensuing
A pril 1. 1q47. - 22 tf
p~jWe 're nuthorized to an
inunce WlL LiAl M0. IBA R RET, Esq. as
CUandiate for Tax Collector, at the en
aWanted imnitdiately, an A pprentice to
J]&r ntle Pvlnting business. A lad about
.1or44 years of aege, that can read andi
rSt~oli~6y well will just suit. A pply
i e at It n . f
To:' the 114>0
District, some et
C away, a negro'ime. w0
Ai iivanced in nge, -and na e rn ae
nlSA R A 11 andthathbl1
a Mr. William Ri 'itgi Sumnter
District, near-Jack's Cree -'e oW hir
will please comefr toeproperty,.
pay expenses and tak ier away.
ALEX.. McCANISt Jailor.
April 3, 1847. 25 V
SUMTERVILLE, S, C.
Office one dor Norh of !hAe Court House.
F. M. ADAIMS,
iNOROSSER Or LAW,
The undersigned will execute, with dLes
patch, al1 #iness of the above kinds en.
tusted Pnsan Engrosser andl .Coipy
ist of Law and other Papers, on the"tusiial
terms. He solicits the patronage '6Ctie
public. His office is that lately-oei iid
by Mr. James-D. Blanding. bakof the
Court Hobse, whure lie tny usually be
toundl. F. M. ADA M..
Sumterville, April-12, 1847. 24 ly
CORNER OF MEETINo; D IASELSTR EETs,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The undersigned takes pleasure in giv
ing publicity to his having given Mr. JAS.
M. IJUST an interest in the "PAVILION
EO1TEI.," who has tinderalken to conduct
the business of the Establishment in all
its details. Mr. Huts-r is so generally and
favorably known (his having been several
years in the "Planters Hotel," and latterly
in the "Charleston HJotel,") it may suffice
Ln say that his numerous friends unite in
declai ing that there can be no doubt of his
acquitting himself sntisfactirily in the po
sition he has assumed.
J. C. KER.
.In begging a reference to thf foregoing
notice of Capit. Krn, the subscriber avails
himself of the opportunity of assuring his
friends that the imito of the 'Pann
will be faithfully adhered to, viz: "Every
eflfort will be used to prevent nny visitor
leaving the Hotel d-ssatisfied."
(Signed) JAS. M. HURST.
N. 1.-The friends of s. D. PirciiR
will find him at the P. Hotel.
April 14, 1847. 24 tf
H-lEA D) QUA RTERS.
LIM ESTONE SPR INGS, (
20th March, 18417. 5
General Order No. 2.
RtIC~IA RDI DE TIREVILLE having been
apponted and cornmissioned CIromissary
General of Purchiares, wit~h the rank of
Lieutenuant Colonel, Will be obevedl andi
Bly or'der of the'Commandler-in-Chierf.
J. W. CANTEY,
Adjutant id Inspector General.
A pril?7 24 2
New Spring and1( Summerci
G O() D S.
The unidersignedl would respectfully in-.
form their custumers ini Sumter and the
pubillic general1ly. thatI they are ope ning a
large anid plendi (id assortminen t of Spinlo
and Summer Goods, togsthaer with Ready
NIMde Summer Clothing, Panlm Leaf, Leg
horn and Panama Hazts, G roceries, lird
ware, Cutlery, Crockeri', Carron Ware,
&c. &c. &c., all of which, will be sold at
thi-r usual low prices.
M. DRUCKER & Co.
Camden, A pril 14, 1847. 24
1Ncw spriung and Siununier
The undersigned has received from N.
York, a well selected stack of Dry Goods,
suitable for the season-consistinig in parl
of, Fancy Blarages, plain and Embroidere:d
MI uslins, Ls wns,U igams,Cra vats,GClo rep,
NIMislin and La.e Col lars. Inserting, Frenich
Cloths, Drab D'Ete, Drills, check and fan.
ey Linens, Rfendy Madec Coats, Vests,
Shirts. Ptana, Leghiorn and Strawv Hats,
withi a generail assortment of Ilardware,
Crockery and Groceries, which will be soll
at the lowest prices for Ciash or to good
customers. A. M. K(ENNEDY.
Camd en, A ptiil 7, 1847. 24 3t
The undersigned will receive proposals
for the saleof a tract of hand for the erectiong
of a Poor House for the District, of Sumter,
uniitil the first day of Jiune uiext all piropo
sal's must be tinder Seal Tlract of Land wvell
timbered is desired, and a health3 location.
TV. J. D)INK INs.
A pril 1847.
N. B All proposals must be addressedl
to TF. J. Dink ins Sumterville S, C, mnark ed
Itious'ei J in umte.ry af
~jnang landsidap wer _,__ l
-lev ed upon as the prtoperty o.fL.L ..Din.
kins. the suit of E. Richardson, for
One tra 1o2580 acres of Land in Salem,
Ijnioig tvandeo a .Jas, Thomas, Joel Al
'id J.esse Hill, lyied upon as the prj
perty .of Johuit Ga anta the suit of John
Oene tract of 05 acres of Land in Le*w
e're Salem, adjoining lands of J. M. Baker,
Sarah Thomlinson and Johin Kirby, levied
upon as the property of Jacob P- Sturgeon,
at the suit of John Graji, W. Campbell,
ad.M. L, M'ariin.
One tract of 900 acres of Land i Sa.
lemn, adjoining lands of Peter NgcKenzie,
M. Hewitt Hand Ml. Welch, call*agugan's
land, levied upon as the property of J. P.
Sturgeofti:at the suit of John Grant, Wm.
Canpbell and Al. L. Martin.
One ti act of 21 acres of Land in Lower
Sulm, adjoiing lands of W. 11. Woods
.and A. Singietary, levied upon its the pro
Ikporty of J. P. Sturgeon, at the suit of Jnu.
Gpina, W. Campbell aid M. L. Martin.
One tract of 100 acres of Lund in Lower
Salem, adjtoinig lands of J. Ml. Baker, S.
Trhomlinson and John Kirby, levied upon
as the property of J. P. Stirgeon, at the
suit of John Grant, V. Campbell and Ml.
Onc tract of 54 acres of LaId in Lower
Salem, adjoining lands, of Wm. Morris,
Thos. Locklair andt R. Lowry. levied upon
as the property of j. P. Sturgeon, I tile
suit of John Grant, Wi. Campbell and
M. L. Martin.
House and Lot in Sumterville, adjoin.
ing lamnds of W. S. Hoyt, leviel uponl as
Ithe property of P. 0..-Slliran. at the suit
of the Stite, 5 cases, Rankin,-Sproulls &
Co., V. Johnson and John E. Brown.
Tai Yard and 3 acres of Land in Sum.
terville. adjoining lands of Jesse Morgsn
and Mrs Rice, levied upon as tlie proper.
ty of P. 0. Sullivan, at Lt e suit of the
State, 5 cases, Rankin, S Woillis & Co.,
V. E. Johnson and John E. Brnow'n.
One tract of 12 acres of Land in Clare
mfont, adjoining lands of F. J. Moses, lev.
ied upon as the property of Jonathan
Plevy, at the suit of R. Duan, Alor.
TiIOS. J. WILDER,
Sheriff of Sumter Dist.
Sheriff's Olice, April 10, 1847.
t1Y VInT'E OF sUNDRY EXE.C'TI'NS TO sE
I ~ DintECTED,
WVill be sold at Siimger Court II,.use, on
the first Muondaiy tmnd day followiner in
Ma y nlexl, withino lie legal hon rs of
So Ie, to the hiighest hidder, for Cash, the
following Propert. . Purcasers to pay
I Negro. levied on as the property ol
Jos. S. Burgess, at the stilt ol' W. C.
Duikes, R. L. Ileriot and A. Ilodge. .
-20 Negroes. levied on as ih,- propertyinf
John A. Cole'loughi, at the suit of Bank of
State of South Ca rolina, James Duinlap,
11. T. McGee, B. Gass.
I llorse, letlied on its the propcrty of J.
N. Cauntey, at the suit of J. J. RI icha rdsuon.
1 Negro, levie:d on as the property of
Jop. H-orton, at the suit of Joel P. Booth.
I Negro, levied on as ;lhe propi-rty oif
M. J. M. Muirphy, at the stilt of S. II. Con.
diet & Co.
Stock of Goods in Store and Stock iin
Tan YarnI levied on ais te' prope rty of P.
0. StliIivan, n: thle suit of Johne E. Brownvi.
Mary Richaordson, 2 cases. Jesse Meargan,
2 ohld Negroes, 2 Horses, I Curt. I Carrv
all, levied on as the propcet of P. 0. St'l
ltvan, nt the suit of W. .Johison, M. Roid.
dly, R1ankini, Sproniali & Co., andt the State,
2 Negroes, levied on as the pioper:r- of
IStark Singleton, at the suit of H. 13. C'ai.
W ~. J. Singleton. A. L. ltaseltine, A. J.
IMoses, exec'r., Jesse Miller.
I NeeirI, levied on as the property of
Esther Singleton, at the suilt of Willium
2 Negroes, levieul on as5 tile property of
Thus. D. Suimier, at the suit of Jos. Don
iels, C. ii. Da vis andie others.
1OS. J1. W IIDE R, S. S. D.
Sheriff's Oflice, A pril 10, iS.17.
II. BA RTLRTT1 & Co., are nowv opening
their assortment of
BOOTSi~~' A ND SHOES:
comprsingGentlem~en's, Ladies', Misses,
Boy's and Chilidren's, of the mn recent
fashilotns wiceh the y arie determined a,inl
at Charloseod prnieegThey retu, their
thanttks toihe citi - a of Stumter,:;i'r the.
very liberal suippo i~iunded to thlem, andh
feel assuredl it w'ill be fatirnd to their inuer
est 0o call-hbldling to thi motto, "Quick
Sales aind sflall. Profft", none will go
NEARLy OPPOSITE CAMfDEN BAr4I.
Camden, S. C., A pi ii 12, 1847. 84S
Ef r 'i'6 o&n
lac.r , C 6 aIn d i'"
f le, a Tri o n A
ftrres niore or le-s -1
Jpt Cosnty, Sumtr h tu & I
BlAck Riter, ujnded
dtftgcd auaylbi. 'l e! aib~
tiatwJf BitI see
January nat il. irh
ser giviia bod -i.qgoolk 6 Wda
riortgage-fp premioj dIn
for.ie ipiyient o~f the fr'chasoameO j,
with"1 nterest trom (Ila f sale. -d
Th& 0O J, WILD :S. i.
April IM0t147.. 3t
J. H ao . & s WT E - BL.. et, al..
By virtue an order from. LEWIS,
Esq., Ordinary of MSumteaKlitrict, in~ the
abovle stated cae. I will ' the.fist.
Monday in Mauy' net1 41 ou,- il
Hlouse, betwee'n'thelegail hlotir "6"ia..,
Tract of Land, conidiing20 ,i
or less, situatedin Sumter Di C
Salem, on Lyuches'. rei I U j
lands of W. Scotit.W. Cop NNY
of R. Saveratne belonging
of Archiba l .
Terms: O a c 1 %f ^ r d
October next, (all cash) the pitla
ser giving bond with d securl -.1d a
mortgage of the preniles to the arg
for the paynient i thidpirchase motyyt:
with interest from thfeday otdsule.
T H lOS, J. WILDER, S. 8. D).
-April 10lt, 1847. 24
SOUVTH.CA ROLINA-SU Eifi'A
W. J. GiBsON A. WAL et al.
By virtuof ali older from W. LEWIS,
Esq., Oginarysof Sumter'District, inithe
.above s11tt . ase, 1. W i I s ell bar-first
Monday i' next, at%.uu . Coturt
liuse, betife n the legal 4 or sale,
one Tract of LAnd, contai 730 acres,
more or less, situated in Cla enudn Coun
ty ion Roost ien Branch, adjuoining landite
of P. M. Butler, Willis Brunson and John
Ilumphrey. belonging to the estate of
-Bonj. Walker, deceased.
Terms: On a credit till the first day .of
J uiiary next, (all fees-cash.) the purcha
ser giving bond with-good~security and a
mortgage of the premiseil ilie-Ordinidy'
for the payment of the purchase--mon'ey,
with interest from the day.-ofr sale.
T HOS. J. WILIftRS. S. D.
April 10th, 1847. 24-4 - 3
SOUTH -CA ROL NA-SUMTER DIST.
J. A. FULLIVUOo vs. 10fA. FuvLwd et.
By virtue of an order from W. LEWJs,
Esq.. Ordinary of Sumter District, in the
ahove stated case, I will sell on the first
Monday in May n'ext, at Sumter Court
House, between the legal hottn of sale, a
Tract of Land, containing 105 acres, more
or less, bounded by Aligator Bay, waters
of Black River, and J.4 ,d. of E. Pringle,
Estate of Win. PrinlM6d .lohn Bradley,
belonaging to the Estates of LaviniiM4ttl-.
wood, deceased. o
Terms: On a credIt till-therijtrilay- tf
January next, (all fees cash,) tihe puircha
ser giving bonid with good security and a
mo~rtgnige of the premises to the Ordinary,
for the paymenit of -the purchase imnev,
with interest from the day of sale.
TIHIOS. J. WILD ER. S. S. D.
A pr il 10th, 1847. 24 3t "
IBy W. LE WIS, Esq., Ordinaty of
I WhREASsaid District.
WilEEASS. J.'i'indlal hath appi~io
me for Letters of A44ministration on all
and singular the guis and chattels, rights
nndh credits of Mtrs. M. Tindal, late of the
D)istrict aaforesztid, dleceased.
'l'hease are therefore to cite andt admonisN
all an d cinagular, the kindred and creditors
of the soid deceased, to be and appear be
fare nie, at our next Ordinary's Court for
the said District, to 'be bolden at Sumfer
Courtt Iilouse ont the 23rd day f,.April,
1847, to shewv cantfae;if an,w ' S je said
admtiniistra tion slhnitli not b~e granteil.
Given under my hand and Seal, this
0th tiiy, of A pril. in the year of
[L. s.] ou: L~d, one thousand eight hun
dred and forty seven, and in the
71st year of American Indepen-.
WV. LEWIS, 0. S. p.
A pril 14, 1847.. 24 2t
LOK AT TLIlS !
lEAVING just received my Spring tp~
I hes Jwould respectfully call the attetn.
tmni t'f'the public to a well assorted Stock
of DryvGoods. Groceries, Hardware, Cuti
II ry, 'lo nIs, Drugs. Paints. Oils, Shoes,
Huts, Straw Hats, Bonnetis, Carriage Trim
intis, Spirinigs, Axlea, &c. &c.; Sehool
Botaks, Suationerv, Crockery, Gardent
Sees, Carruon Ware, Combper WVare, And a
great many oilier articles not trbe ft,1~td
in othier store's in the Village; a! I of whii-ha
I will se'll at redtuced prices to saj the
te'rms. (Cash). Thost- who formerJif dealt
with mel otne Credit,* would be sutrprilsed at
the udl$feliee in j;rices for Cashi and a)
thpugls'heyamay neot he sable to pay elff
old scores'ht thisg epqjgn of thet year ay
hsesiefit it 11thiertisi and tli subjjj''her,
by calhing an 'ash~' aving ~Ile3'Wtiseir
small chang~.-.as Lhamn son id eht thu9i will
not ha~veffe 'syne induizenents el~iwhegg,
* . ~A.' J. MO0ill4'
A pril 14, 1847.
%, A';, 4
SI.A I ~,ifWC .~
oIb es 1dVi itesn"I -,a 0J elw. m. i-it ,
FOfro h ut 'alu.keoutiobal)-*.
d feaffe~jr rourn t~ impurity of tho -z
EJW~~~J!IpelO~y rcqo-m meieI r
"[ni~~I otsms-Rcrfls Ery.9
Pi i4.4 welliiigs tfhes Hi~ien' ~rs.ra
Pi -~e.04.6 F~ie OI I ij;ri ad sliCe.
tns Wrij-itious, Neutir c-,cA ~etjo". ,.
AtercsUrial~'ss u ~' Isi~sn the
Opern l9i" qc irv ravent*tjraiwl &nseqIuen
f1 r-the!* vtlorgof the -
8nnber .~arnl ~ Meiclp nd Phir- .
by mnit 'all. rces4i hyias"o.r.
Chprcuton assel'tii, ~nI~jg V1u'nnrrY.
ThusrIfprko,1 i n-eQuee'n'
binesIn. a - rpore -perfecjt degfree thananyi
r #0el9 t 0n!ic' , ,prature pow
neiPYalWits. Itii pepnred'in cokj*
quenceof rc m.naiugie'y
Dr. H.I"a ! ~F r ot, P rfO ir' o f Ma tella
Medics ,ln -theMedical0 Col r.ACblrlsm
4on, S. C.,jnIs is wocrk on.''*a. ~esm
and concentrateid i~ 6a process bf ilhe
bubsc'rib'3r's to rei~ nv Xon
foir administration, aind with the exceptso
o( tihelkddition of wferry, Whltl ia
all uines; be a~de'd %when t'erssary '
For the compovltion of thksPr~p'W
R Mi ie'Medicitn I Pro per'tis of4IiO Queen.t
D-hihai'hvsllanssrp respectfully refer-.
red to the 6ih "Oiilk Nos. Vol.1', of iabe r