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HEALTH OF TAMPLCO.
We see it stated, that fever in Tampico
is prevailing to a most astonishing and
frightful extent. One whale company of
volunteers, ivith the exception of two of.
ficers. was prostrated by it.
Col. WINSTON, of Alabama, whon we
noticed last week as having shot Dr. PER
RY, was tri,ed before a Magistrate's Court
and' qdmitted to Bail, upon the ground that
Dr, PERRx hRad seduced his wife and
"larined the assassination of him, and Mrs.
The Captain, Mate, and Cook, of a ves
el, were arrested at Norfolk, Va.. a Short
.Aimo sipce, and sent to Richmoni, to
await their trial, upon a charge of having
attempted -to carry off two negroes, be.
longing to a gentleman of that vicinity.
stage driver, on she tpute from Mont
gomery to Huntsville, Ala4 has been ar
rested on suspicion of having robbed the
- A dischaigo4 volunteer named Ursery
receptly conititteid murder, in Memphis,
Tenn., upon the person of a. Mr. Aiken,
byrunning a bowie knife through his heart.
The difficulty between them was caused
by Urvery using obscene language in the
- hearing of Aiken's wife.
A very interesting boy is said to have
been -carried over the Falis of Niagara, a
few days ago, in a canoe. Ile was never
There was a considerable fire at Trent
on, N. J., not long since. A large amount
of property is said to have been lost.'
To FRIoHTEN CRows.-A correspond.
ent of the Boston Cultivator, says nnthing
is better than to place a few empty barrels
in different parts of the field-ihat the
crows are afraid of nothing in plain iciw,
but the fear of an ainbuscade is sufficient
to keep them away. "As to placing effigi
c- in a field for the above purpose, it is
only an insult to their common setse; it
was but yesterday I saw one of those black
coated gentlemen, perched on a limb of a
tree to which one of these pretended
scarecrows was suspended, making the
most.ridiculous cawings imaginable, either
at the imago or i!1miker. mout nrob44Hvi
GOOD NtnuunmstooD.-A faren was
lately ndvertised in a Westrna newspaper,
in whicb all the beauty of the siLution,i
fertility of soil, and salubrity of the air,
were detaile'd in the riebest glow of rural
description, wvhich was farther esnned
with this N. B.-Thzere is not an .Atorney
* ~ withain lifteen-miles of the neighborhood.
How -ro RjqE.-The Boston TI'ranlscript
says:--"A 'larned pundit' of our acquain.
tance assures use that the only way of rising
in this wvorld at thle preentt time is to get
astride of ij barrel of flour and go up with
Somebody very wickedly says that -two
blooming young ladies got caught in a
shower very recently, and when they b':.
got home the rain had] washed the color out
of thei,' ch'cIe s.
ANO'THIER SE~VEREl CASE Or' A'STHI.A
CURED BYV WISTAZVS BAL3AMt.
Srth WV. Fowle-D~ear Sir-Having fi: a tong
-while been troubled with Asthmna in itsi worst form.I
and after having tried vario'is rernedits, all to no~
eflect, t bought of your age'nt A. Itowe, one bottle
of the Balsam of' il~d C herry, which re'.ieved me
very much. I hase continue'd to use the* sa's' as
the disease returns upon ma, and find it alwayse re
. UeveN When noining else uisiP arnd !trtier, I btavo
no doubt, could t have had the' Wht Chierr' irn the
first stages of the diseuase, but that it woul have
entirely r'ured mne. I can conuidently recomrnu~end it
an a -,ery valuable medicine for all long compa~mints.
J ENJ A al Pll)U1NSON.
New H amopton, A pril 5. 1846i.
None genuine utnless aigarid i. liUTTrS onth
-For sak-' in Sumterville by Dh. .J. I M t L LI'1 , at
the D~rug Storc; anid by Druggists gener atty in senth:~
Leonad White, )
C. W. Miller, et al.
Will b sold tSumter Court I ouse, on
the first Mondny in A ugust next, (anud it'
not then sold, will hbe~' oi-cd f.'r n.!e on
each subsequenat sale dlay until sold,)
AIHOUSE AND LOTl,
situated on B3road street, in the4 town oft'
$tumterville, tin the eastern side of said
street, late the law office of C. W. Miller,
Esq. The same will nost lie offere'd for
- less than Four H-und rod Dollasrs.
The terms of' sale are: A L"edit of one'
year, giving Bond with, interest fr'on, .!'ay.
of sale, and ;prsoinal security and a mnort
gage of the premises. The purchaser pav.
Ing for all titles, &c.,
By order of the Court,
Sumterville. June 21, l F17. 3.
ItyThe friends'of JACOB H. WHITE.
H-EAD,-9sq., annojnce, him a Candidau
for Sheriff, at the next, after the ensuinj
1 :2W We are authorized to an
nounce JOSEPII M. NETTLES. Esq., i
Candidate for the office uf Ttx Collectoi
for Claremont .ooneuy, at the ensuing elec
IOk We are authorized to announc
Dr. W. J. WOODS, as a Caadidate fi
Representative or Clarendon, at the ensu
Feb. 3, 1847. 14 tf
M2. We are authorized to an.
nounce Capt. W. W. BATEMAN, as a
Candidate for Tax Colketor at the ensuing
April 1. 1847. 22 tf
7r-We are antlorized to an.
nounce WILLIAM G. BARRET', Esq. as
a Candidate for Tax Collector, at the en.
Sumtbrvill, Norv254846. 4
Irby S. Wells, et. a]. )
Stephen Lacoste, Trustee.
The creditors of Irhv S. Weli, are
hereby notified, to file oin Oath, a state.
ment of their demands against the said
Irby S. Wells, in the office of the under.
siglncd; and to appear before him and es.
tablish their debts, by legal evidence, on or
before the first day of November. Those
who inte-nd to claim payment out of funds
'!! wi!l be ,nder the control of this Court,
will be required to deduct from their debt
twenty per cent.; those who do not, will
not he paid. The creditor after he or she
has filed his or her claim, Otn oath, is
ready to prove the same, will give notice
to Messrs. F. J. & M. Moses, Sol're. of
I. S. Wells, of the day on which he or
she intends to prove the samne, before the
undersigned, who will atteid at his ollice
on 'uesday's to these dnimands.
By order of the said Cuiurt,
JO01- N B. M I L L ER, c. F.. s. D.
Sum ter ville, June 21, 1817. :35 17t
By WF. LEWIS, Esq., Oi din ary of
WHEREAs, S. P. Oliver hath made suit
to me to grant him Letters of Admin*,,tra
tion (wiLh the Will annexed,) of the E..
tale ar.d effects which were of Morgan
Sahb, i late of said District, deceased :
These are therefore to cite and aionish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, Itthey be and ap
pear at the Court Ordinary io tie bid 'it
Sumnter Court liouse, for Sumter District,
on Friday, the 2nd (lay of July next, theit
rnd there to she'v cause, if anyv the%- call.
why the said adminiistration shmuld 1nt be
Given undtier myv hand and Seal, tis
I thl day of Junie, in the yeoar ut
[L. s.] our Lord, onre thousand eight unn
(dred and forty-seven, and in the
71 st yeatr of Aumericant I ndepeta
WV. LEWrS, 0. S. I).
June 23, 1847. .34 2t
Elijuht Reytiolds )Declaration in
sa. Attachment inl As.
Isaac D. WVhitworth,, sunst
Wh iereas the Plaintiti in the a.bove sta
ied.case having this day filed hie Declara
tion againlst the De fendant, wiho is a bsent
from anid without the limtits of the Sitt,
(as it is said) and havintg uei thier wvife no r
aittorniey k nown, tupon whomi a copy 'o
the abJove Declgration, with a rule toi piedn
thereto, may be served: It is therefore in~
putr.ounee of the Acts of theUen:eral As
sembtly of the State in sntch casbes made
anad prov idued, Ordered that the Defend ant
do plead thereto on or before the eighteentht
day of J.tw A. D., l848, otherwise final
andit ;bsolute judgment wvill be then givent
r.itd awarded aginsii.t himt.
J. Di. JONES, c. c. c, r.
June 23 (so(.) 34I f y d
BricI ;L yer1 Laui PILasterea-.
Hv peinitionh of1 the Oridiniary, I will sell
at . .ua.i., .r.; Einose. on next Sah: Dhay,
(the 6t h J1ulyv,) a hiarge, a very hea lthy, and
a ve ry v aluiabl Neg \i~iro lfe llow , formerily the
propery iof' M i s. A my) i. i lmp ton, dei:ceaed
lie it wiel knownt here, anid in the adjoin
:.ihstriet s, .. a operior workrman; few,
if any., excel him ini the fiishi (of hit work.
Con~ons-redi o if si months, Note
be.aring Inoterest, w ithi security andl1 mort
gige of property.
Jun e 10!h, 161i7. 34 i f
RactadafleI~ I ydra'ulic Cecacat.
A !i e .au~i tile fo. h tutg Cisterns, [Iorn u
Iiasemuets, &c. &kc., just recei vedl and fo~r
stile by ~ ' J. MOse..
May 5, IS-17.
Wiantdl iintuediately, an . yp tn.:n to
'earn the Prninting bauness. A lad abueIei
12. or 14 years of age, that can read~ anti
splfi ukratdy wvel, 'i! u suit. A jppy
800E U-.R II A
Win. Lewis, Ordina on M cIn
Will be sold at Sumter Court Howae on
the first Monday invJuly testAnd :i [lot
then sold, will be uft'ered at 'cach subse.
quent Sale dsy, until sold,. it t1fe risk of
the former purchaser,
A TRACT OF .~4D,
of two hundred acres, more or fess, situa
ted In the said District, Clarem"nt County,
onl the Waters of Long-Oranih, aters of
The terme of sale are Casit, purchaser
paying for Deeds, &c.
By ordcr of the Court.
JOHN B. MI T.ER,
Coam i ssioner.
Sumterville, June I1,'184t,., 33 3t
By order of the Court of ztjuty, I will
expose for sale, on Thnrsdav,. Xi 15th of
July next, at the*MansiOn Huous o(Mrs.3.if
M. icRa, known by the nnn Altidway,
(hear Manchlester, inI Sund ii
A LARGE COLLECi*V,.0F"
A Thousand Volumres of Val4able .Bookv;
Diar Two fiindrePd dtles of
Choice Oli Win, &,I"
Tie quantitY of Furniture iedecry large;
the quality , of the first order and in both
respects suited to the wealth tit the owner.
I will offer for sale at Sumiterville, on
the irst .londay in ,uly nuSI, fiue CAR
RIAGE AND A PAIR OF LORSES, al
so belonging to MUr'. McRa. .
Trans: Sums to purchaser onnder 820
Cash, and over on a Credit of llone vear
from day ofsasIe. secured by Note, beauring
Interest atid pertonal seenuity.
A. C. SPAIN. Committee of
Mrs. M..M. McR.1.
Junie 10, 1817. 33, 5t
Whereas, the subcriber h;tth taken pos
reQiion1 of 1hC effects of M. J. M. Murphy,
dieceased, amongti which efTects are sombi y
Notes of Hand, some of which, it is
thought, may have been lodgr.d witlh said
dereensetd. by 4o1tr p'ir-ons for collection.
If this Should lbe the fat~, suc 'ersons are
here by reiue.,ted to make such fact lnownt
Io the subhscriber, who will deliver tip said
NoIes when tihe requisite poroof is give ;
an'd person,; vig 4itmai'i aainst de
ceaitsed, Will plence giVe the AM 6us. of
uclh demoan ds al.:so Ill the subscriber.
W. LEWIS, O. S. D.
June 1511h, 1417. 3- 3i
SOUTH-CARtOLUNA--StlTEP1 - DSTRICT,
l rte .ourt of General Hesions and
Cotcn in.-.Oirt r ~
Court for despatch ilof the ttuidti .' utis.
nes of this Term he holdetn h-e for Ibis
Me'ric on the Third.\iday u Juily nexi,
to conunutie fur so omnv day a: rmay be ne
ressary. that fo ty eih tti t Jorors to at
tendt thse same lie dian'.o und Sunononzuiged:
and that the~ C?!: k d.o cause thi.s order to be'
Siii~rr D. L.. WARtDLA.
Su rC. If. A pril ie17.
Pubishedt byr00 orer of the Court.
JlOiIN J). .JON!E , Clerh.
A pril 7. I1M7. 23 15t
GiENERAL, U0MEISSiON I~.SiNESS.
Unahini airrant~edl for an z1dvatageousC
satle of allI the Wool we can procure, we
rteoposei to rece:ive any rinantity, andt to
Hale it andii bhip dliretly to Jot wvish.
sPut Iany' charge fa rthser than i thet acitual e'x.
utise'. TheJ nett piroceeds wi ll bet intvest
ed n nywa that the owner nu:.y direct,
ont our usLual terms; the WVool mus-t bo
tho(rougly pulld anti fre'ed frum burrd
and di,'t, but noit wshed. All that comes24
ini by the first of Augvust wilj beinim
fo urti thi F a. in
Ii irM'LA URIN & CH ANDLF.R.
Junte 15, 1817- 33 6t
A lurde' stocri, if Gi.itac i t! Dt'mes-~
I w 4il iopenI Scho at'C . n reI T .!cOe:. Onl
Wednedayti.. 7th July
Fo r S pselit ling, 'eadug' *W tinig and
fi rst 'rinticiples 4 of Ariithmtic ., LOO1.J( per
quaurter of 12 weeks.
Fotr A ritmietic continiurd. EngI~li.h Gramn.
ma r, GAr ographii , lIIistory, Sur rvyig, Lat.C
ini and Greek L'anguages, 65.00 per quarter
of 12 weeks.
Boartd, Wlashuing tand Ltttging, for a rewv
ladt s cani be had for 800~i.00. the Schlt)
year, of 18 weekshi,
1ThoseL httsirdinutg .nmi Mondly morn in
to, Fridyv e venting, haxvi ug th u wasiin
Sumnter ville. Junte 1, 1 17. :32 6t
1DR APER 1.10I TAIL OR,
iThe sbsibter Ihas reclda fish as.
Drills, aliso : !:rge supply of F'renich
Clot hs aw C~I(assimeres to which het wouldi
it..'t it' e a~ttteti ofi his cust.omers atnd
the public generally.
DY i UB oF$)#ibty. EXECUTIONg1 TO All
WILL bi's od at Sumter Court House,
onl the first i o'nday and Ida y -follotwing im
July next,.. gJithin. the. legal ho'urs ol
Sale, to the highest bidder, for Cash, the
followinlg Property. Purchasers to pay
One tract1 of 50 acres of Lan-1 in Clare.
mont, adjoining lands of - and on Raf
ltn creek, levied upon as the property ol
W. J. Atkinson, at thle suit of B. 'Moody
and.Danl. D. Joy.
One tract of 50 acres of Land in Salem,
adjoining Lanads of S. Watson, et. yd.., !i.
ied upon as the property of Brians Bate
man, at the suit ofthe State.
One tract of 50 acres of Lanud in Clare
mol .nt, adjoining- lands of Mrs. Davis and
tile Church, IIevied up on as the property of
'Thomas Haincock, at the suit of Samuel
Onb tract o ar oof it I n
lem, adjaiining 1-ands of A. Singletary, W.
11. Wodde, J. J. McFadden, (called the
Buoll 1Head tract,) levied upon as the prop
erty or Jacob Sturgeon, at the suit of Ml.
L. Mlartin, John Grant s'nd W. Campbell.
One tract of 100 acres of Land in Sa
It-m, tidjoining lands of R. Gibba and C.
Wheeler, levied upon as thle property of
Jacob P. Sturgeon, at thea suit of M. L,
Mlartin, John Grant and W. Campbell.
One tract of 1200 acres of Land in So
lemn, adjoining lanids of -, and where
Roaht. Lowvry lives, levied upon an the
property (if Jacoib P. Sturgeon, at the suit
of Ml. L. Martin, Jno. Grant and W.
T HOS. J. WILDER,
Sheriff of Sumter Dist.
Shieriff's Office, June 10, 18-17.
BY VIRTUE OF SUNDItY XECUTIONS TO AtE
Will be sold at Sumter Court House, On
ohe first Monda and day following in
July neit, within the legal hours of
1.1e, to the highest bidder, for Cash, the
llowing Property. Purchasers to pay
I tHorse, levied on as the property of
Edward Anderson, at the suit of A. Wil.
I Ilorse, leviedl on as thle property of C.
1. Carpenter, at tye suit of W. L. Brewer.
I Iforse levied on as the property of
eptha Dyson, at the suit of Edward
O tore, levied on aes ofe property a
fred Dvis, t tihe uit of Bryce & Wi
I Negr, levied ion as the roperty of
M.oma. Friso, at the ut of s Sprott,
Jr., andJamnin R.nd ofrSn lzry
II Negoe, Jeie 1. Mcaddte, (propedrtho
Bul Hodrs ,) levied pon as the propyo
Ertzabet JacbSteon, at the suit of Mile.
LMrtine, &JohnGat.~ W apel
IVHeors, levied pon as thec property of
Jco . cureod, at the suit of h . Ln
Marin onrsat he sui ofWiCambe.
Raerc ofcha120n acrtesui of Mdinles,
ple, & Cjon ad fadihr
R2bt Legres lives, lnesie upoperto
ptrkert ofincglettron, at the suitofRD.Ci
W. J.SnltnM. L. Hasetine, rn A. JV.
ToeEer. J S. Mile.WIDR
1. D SuteratSheiff of Dmewal &it
ShNerof' Ofe une barre Gun847.e
.Y i,,NIro, Oeie oUnDt asLtepoperTO of
Jul rn.Bait, witi the legalo Temperance
hrs's Oeic, Junae proery847. C
W.Capntr a. tlheAuiRDSWONBewr
SUMTr EV ILLE, a 8.e Cpetyo
OpceNI i.'iwo oor atthui ofh ourtSpoti.
A Negrtonwlepesented to the~ Lroetyo.
L. . rreg at the Ssitn o dankntante of
or atses levinuc of i as es open tj
catl do teod Watothe riter. le'u
Junle , 1847 31.
A !Jl orm ent o Iron opeerty of
scrse.n llvdow Wase pfropaet of
iy, C . DRUKE &C.
Camd nen,e A. L.Hsetnm.
4 - d
'. . . . 7* . .. . ..
THj 94bscrib( s oi u
lyrecevi g a, goner Dklnr: C
0 ~0DS, GK(CkR I1s ,
Cutlery, Crokeryflats, Cap "Shes.
Stafl'onery, Canilei&c., &c.n .
20 dozen Igt tondo o et the
leowest caak prices, by
Ci UH, 11 8thl Way, 7.
ALL officerb of Militia of this Stateor
udering elections of officers of the linbof
whatever grade or rank. er making qp
pointments of officers of the staff, will ie
port the names of ihe officers so elected
or appointed to the Secretary of Stat,
who is directed thereupon to fill up and
forward their commissions vithout delay,
Ond lie is also further directed not 19 issue
or deliver any blank military commission.
All comnniunicaitions addressed to the.
Secretary of State under this order toibe
ond(orsed "Mrilitia Servicc."
The Brigadier Generals, are charged.
with the extension of this. order.
By order of the Commander-in-Chief,
J. W. CANTEY,
Adj't. and Inspt. Gen.
May 19, 20 6t
The subscriber will receive proposals
until the 5th of July next, for building a
Bridge, on the Camden Road. Santee
Swamp, Vances Ferry, near Pine Island.
The bridge will be about 100 feet in.
length, and from 18 to 20 feet- in width.
The posts or piles to be driven, and with
the cap sills to be of cypress, and not
more than 10 feet apart. The flooring to
be of good heart pine, 2 1-2 incthes thick,
secured by string pices, fastened by stirrup
irons. bolted to the posts. The irgns of
the old bridge can be.again used.' The
bridge to be finished by the first of-Octo
E, DRAYTON EARLE,
Sup. Pub. Work,
Greenyille C. H.- C.
May 7ti1.i 4 g
H. BARTLETT & Co., are now opening
their assortment of
BOOTS AND 8FHOES:
comprising Gentlenien's, Ladies', Misses,
Roy's and Children's, of the most recent
fashions which they are determined to sell
at Charleston prices. They return their
thanks to the citizens of Sumter, for the
very liberal suppor' extended to them, and
feel assured it will be found to tiheir inter
est to cal--hlinio to the motto, "Quick
Sales and small Parofits", ntone will go
NEARIJ.y oPPosarE CAMfDEN BANK.
Camd-'n, S. C., A pril 12,1847. 24 St
COL U MBIA, A pril 24th, 184dt
Richard J. Manning, and Campbell 1t.
liryce, Esquires, having been, appointed
A ids-de-carmp to the CommanderinChief~
with rank of Lieutenant Colonel, will be
obeyed and respected necordingly.
Bly order of the Conmentier-in.ChicF.
Adj't. end hinsp'r. Gen
GEORGETOWN, R. C
Will practice in Sunmter District thi-aughi .- .
the Summer, and he will assure all who
may require his services, that his opera
tions will be approved and satisfattory.
.Artificial Teceth inserted in confprmity
wuhtl the improvements in that department
of D)ental Scienee~
Decayed Teeth that have been Aching,
and deemed bevisd recovery can be treat
edi and Pluged, without iscang pain, and.
then be useful for many years.
May 5, 1847. 27 4e
* ~ BANK AGENCY
The subscriber con tinues to actas M;7*.
Agent in both of the Banks in Cha
Dec. 39, 1840.8 tf;
Blanks for Sale at in~