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this businesk-sierved s empiyestlhfIf
find that]e' ~ 6drom
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federal Ainon uc foriths,] ioinn
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b'an uowte en t uinoiei
Priniting Office. Mr. Cameron may feel justy
nrond of his letter stampwith its cobracter
Istih engraving and still more pien'' f that
noble a ctte,,.d Persevere."
Tns DEVELOW~o irrnztSTRENoTH.-1I
thie ci~eeants, and 12lantere 1Utice Current,
M6bile, of janary 15th,' we notie.a new
customer-to thatpor. Under the head ofSu
gar it is announced that-"a cargo of augnisund
molasses arrived on Thursda from T'exas,
wvhich is something neiv in ho tra'de ofthe
city."' From thme . knowledge of a friend, in
these mattets, we .doubt not that our elder
sister, Louisiana, will tjid a powerful rival
m.onr younger sister, Texa supplying tho
extensive miaret ofgobile. F'ronm a gentle
man who spent seven montls of the past year
in that very productive we learn that the rich
soil of Texas in what s galled the sugar lands
produces more sMgr ta thegacre underthe
same amount of cultivation, or from the em
ploym'ent of the same number of bands, and of
a drier and better quality'than that of Louisz
ana.-Texas receives a larger share of the
"trade winds," from being farthest west and
south in the Gulf of Mexico; the "trade wind"
being embosoimed within the region of her
sugar lands. [N. Y. Mercantile Times.
MONTGOMERY, (A LA.) JAN. 2Ist, 1848.
J. P. M. Eri .ne, Esr.
Dear Sir--Your preparatio' "Stylling-at
or '-Queen's Delight," is attracting some at
stention in this place; and we think at only ne
cessary t et it. should, be attainable to render
it very saleable. * * e. * Below .we
trill give you a few -lies from Dr. Barney as
refecting the opinion ofthe profession here
of the merits of thapreparation, Dr.- Bd. as a
l'hysicaan of large practice and extended te
putatior, and whose recommrnendaijou would
gofar to extend the sale of your ledicine
yo can send us a-lott thecare of T. S. G.
Mobile, -* * * *
JENNINGS & CAFFEY, DRUGGISTS.
Mr. 3. P. M. Errt;
~ir-Iam pleased to discover. from the
accompanying letter of Messrs. Jennings &.
Cafiey, that they have applied to you for an
Agency for the sale of your preparation of
tylin ia. it would be, I am persuaded,
greatly to your interest to establishi an Agen.
cy here, and should-you determine to do so,
Jennings& .Caffee would do as wvell for you
as anyIhouse in this place. They are respon
sible and cleverbgentlemen, well known to
the community as such, an'd you wvould con..
fery a favor upon the faculty enerally, as well
as the people, if you woul lace us iii pos
session of our' preparation. I have ever
been pleased with the Stylingia in the treat
ment of certain affections, aving irst receiv
ed an acquaintance with its remedial proper.
ties, years simce, from my friend and precep
tr Dr. eteos. Y. Simon , of your city, to
whom I wsould refer you, if I th ought neces
"JAk E8J3 BERNE-Yr.m. D,'
I publish the above letters to still further
sausfy tho public of the value of my pdra
tion of Sarsaparilla and Queen's eiht.
Th'lo last one shows conclusively how it is
estimatod by the more enlightened portion of
the Medical profession, and meetsefle'ctually
thme smncers, &c., &c., of some of our would ho
great Doctors wvho try to put it down. Why!
Because it has been thme means of relieving
and curing people which they had treated in
vain for years.
J. P. M. EPPING, Chemist and Druggist,
No- 277 King-st., opposite Society-st.
Feb. 23, -17 tf.
From the Fall River Monitor, April, 1846.
WVrs-rAn's BALSAM or WILD CtERRaf.
This meodicine, prepared by a long experi,.
enced and skilfull physician, tested and ap
proved by a great number of intelligent, dis
criminating and respectable persons in vari
ous parts of the country, is now received and
used with entire coid~ence and with great
success by those afflicted with pulmonary
complaints. It is also recommended as a
valuable medicine for other diseases, such as
colds, coughs, and particularly diseases whose
tendency is to consumption. Shanuld its effi..
cacy continue as it has thus far boop proved
in various obstinate cases, it will indeed be a
most invaluable medhicine.
None genuine, unless signed 1. BUTT5
on the wvrapper. For sale in Sumterville, by
Dr. 3. I. MILLER, at the Drug Store; and
by Druggists generally in South Carolina.
.MARRIED-In this p~lace, on the 20th
inst., by TV. 3. Dinkins, Esq. Mr. Wu.LLrA5I
CAPFELL to Miss JANE THJOnNTLY, all' of this
Wil oibrfor sales at Sumter Court House
on the first Monday in March next, four Ne
.ros, Ben, Elcy, Hien rand Caroline,
eviedmtipon an4 to hbei sor to foreclose a
mor giv by'm. Ross to4Wm. J
Gort .ivilbw . .
I.SKI NN ER, gi. to Foreclose.
Feb 23 17 .3t
riaynbdr O ni Ire ested to
M a at. . et.
,Therewill be apieting of &th zone tie
mtr'Dist'rit id' t'thp Court Hduse on
et's'ledayi fori tl.relief'eJtli people of
J&la 'ti the, -firee aid gangumary
fli ri a t~io.or with lone. anxtihe,
ipn Aei tr briyd Vn4 vaX.
i qpis, tlattliy, expee .,tlih to, d-,~e
U L. How imuch more natltal i to thinlki:
th at Ira o en g t id su-r
feringtrelandn lnhtpden'i btdd A-fnd
deplorabdqqvkitj9n2 expects all peiGENU
Ssons wherever they or their d cend
ants might be found1 to d4 6sheli du.
tI te e
The i1ooks, Notes and Accoun4 of James
& atei B.utcees1 . artatesbuig.are
placed in the hands oflaj. W. .chard
son for immediate qettlement.l 11 rois
indebted to thom arer' Ieted e imW
mediate payment; and all persoi t "Whor
said Firm is indebted, are requested to hand
in'theWireiuiands for settlement.
JAfES & RAY.
Felh1.. 17 t
The Notes for tlhe hire of the negroes of
the Estate of TuoaAS WELLs for'the last
year, are in our hands for collection. Those
indebted, .will please ,pay by. 10th March
next; no other notice will be given.
F. J. & M. MOSES.
Feb. 21, 1848. 17 tf
Wanted. to purchase, T I RE E HUN
DRED bushole of corn, for which the cesh
will be paid.
J. T. SOLOMONS.
Feb.21, 1848. 17 tf
ATTENTION BEAT NO.2.
You are hereby ordered to parade at the
usual parade ground in Snmterville, on Sat
urday, the 20th inst. fully armed and equip
ped. I I
The commissioned and non-commissioned
officers will parade at the same place on the
day previous (the 25th,)'for drill.
By order of Capt. CONWAY,
J . HERIOT, ors.
Feb. 15 17 it
An excellent mare, 7yearsold-paces well
under the saddle. The owner intends mov
ing to the North soon, and has nb use for her.
ForqaTticuqlprs" apply at the store of ;' -
Sumtrvilig Feb. 23, 1848. 17 t
HEAD QUART:s. -
5-ri BHJOADE. S. C.* .
Sumerrille, 17th Feb. 1848.
ORDER NO.1. .4
. A. C. SPAIN, Esq., having been appginted
Brigade Major of the 5th Brigade, S.C. M.,
wi.h the rank of Major, will be obeyedand Tes,
By order of Brig. Gen. CraWI'Dsi
A. Q. NPA IN, Brig. hiajor,
5th Brigade,.S. C.
Feb. 23 17 tf
Drru RRLIADE,'S.: C. M.- .
Sinmterr ille, 17th Febi. i$8. .
ORDER NO. 2.
A vacancy having occuirred in tho prnco of
Colonel of the 20th Regimen, S, 0. 14. by
the promotion of Cot. S. Rt. Chandler, Lieut.
Col. Rhamre, the officer next . in rank avill
take commnantd of the Riegimient as Colonel
pro temipore, until an officer shall have beep
elected and ommissionqd t9 fill the yscant
yBy order of Brig. Gen. CnAljDten,
A. C. SPA IN, Brig. Ala'or,
5th. Brigade, S. C. M.
Feb23 17 tf
5-ru BniQans, S. 0. M.
Sumnter rille, 17th Feb.'1848.?
OR DER NO. 3.
The Commission of Colonel of the 20th
Regimient, south Carolina Militia, having
been vacated by the promotion of Colonel
Chandler to the office of Brigadier General
5th 1Brigatde S. (.. .l., Lieut, colonel Rhame
commanding will order an election for Coo,
nel to $1l the vacancy, to be held on Thurs
day, the 47thi day of Ap>ril next. The Polls
wvill be opened at each Company rendezvous,
from 11 o'clock, A. M. to 3 o'clock P. hf.-.
The managers (or at least one of them from
each place of election,) will meet at the
Regimental muster ground ("The Swvimmniing
Pens,") on Saturday, the 29tlh day of A pril
next, -count oyer the votes and -forthwith
transmit to Head Quarters, a statent ini
writing, shewing the result of the election.
By order of Brig. Geni. CuI4-DMR,
4. C. SPA IN, 11ri Major.
Feb Qth Br'~ae t.M
This fine steamer with her usual despoatch
brought up on Wednesday last from Charles
25 lbs. Lam p Black,
75 " Black Load,
100 "Carpenter's chalk,
150 " Pure White Lead,
150 " Extra do de
150 " No. 1. do do
200 " No.2. do do
.150 galls. Linseed Oil,
20 Boxcd assorted Glass.
Together with a large variety of Dye stull's,
Paints, &c. &c., which wvill be sold at a great
roduiction for Cash at
Nearlyt opposite Masonie Hall1, Camdlen S. C.
Feb. 10, 1848. 17 tf
All persons indebted to the Festate of Saml.
HI. Drake, will~rmake payment to the subscri
ber; and those having demands against said
Estate, y'j jhand them in duly attested to-the
same. A. NOjRIS, Adm'r.
Feb. 1, 1848. 15 St
f - I
qualit an oe lrdi n ains~ uni
A fea.ll etpply-e of . -Ta
ceived-in giter,)a~i~- ~
ges, and'are off'ered . f6
Feb. 2. W
anhed Con m slon $f'uibll Building
for '.urnter: .ict il i-eetlse PA.
posals to makqa4 tjong aud al i r
the Court Hous tnlt t.
Theil lad'ific OUiiOy iZ. '
at theotc *W.awdtbeet?Y
of 6 p A u
By order of:theBoard
WMi HAYNSWORT I,8ea y.
Feb. t41848.. :p -e'19 - t
ardsoni rey. Attre i yoer
a close and settle up:7all naters and
portAiling to my;late Sheriflhlt of Sumtei
District and request alL conpenied
to take notice hereof.
All persons indebted to me am, equese
to make immediat. aymnt to my said At-;
torney: and those. having demands, against
me, are requested: to .present them to him'
THOS. J.- WILDER.
Feb. 12, 1848. tf
.*5 RiN WARD.
I will gig t . named row
to any, ront4 l frhelid d
er to .JailOr6fSn t r District a n
fellow ifmed ryfiO , k
Goodman's,on Pu ddln mtnp, h. a
supposed he maybe iurk a
.Clio, F16 tf
BPy permissiono 'o3 Lewis q rdi
na r f t,?rfter' Distribt,;I will offer for sale
to e highest- bidder, on Tupstlay, tIe 29th
of February next, at the stean M41 of Wm.
Wilson & Co., in Saleim, ..
belonging to the Estate af ow.d nd
son, consisting of a 'negro woman n4her
two children, aged 21 yars,' itndlr youn
Girl--all heoarty and .oo lookimr.
All persons 'indelifed a the' sjbscribet are,
respectfully solicited ~idalljuid settl by jthle
first of Marc iex 5 & '
Feb. 15, 184. -'L *16''t
All persons indebted to D. Solomons dcd
are requested to come .forgard and enak
payment, as the subscriber' is deuironxao t
tling up his bushtess. ''"
R. SOLOMOqS, d nrar.
By W. LE WJS, Esq., Ordindr for- said
WhraHenryiKelly hath applied to me.
for Leuers oJXAimfnistration, on all and sin
singular thie ga1di -and..chattels; rights and
credits of Danmel kelly, latep oferDiptyiet
. Thecse are, theoreforof (j cite an~ athnioxn.
ish all an~d singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said doggased, to be anq a A before
me, at our nogt Odnr.sou.or te sa:4
District, to' bp' holden at Sumter Copit
[House on F~riday, the 3rd day of March, 1848,'
to shewy cause, if' any, wvhy the' gai4 a4injnis1
tration should not be gra. n..d.
Given under my hand and gal, thias4t
day of February, in the year pf our
l.. a.] Lerd, ono thousand~eigh~ hundred and
forty-eight, and in' te 71st 'year of
Feb. 10, 1848, 16 2t
Will open a Female Behool at Liberty
Hill, Kershawv District, with competent-As
sistants, on terms of tuition as tollows, per:
session of five months:
Orthography, Reading-afi:83VrIting, 47OOe
With Arithmetic, Grammar apd1Iis~
tory comnmen~edl - . '0 00
English Grammar,'History and GoON~
graphy, -' - - - 12'10
Drawing and Paiinting, 0
Music on the Piano, - - - 20 00
Embroidery and wyorsted work, .8 0f)
TAR ! TAR !! 'TARi!!!
A prime lot of TAR on hand, und fril
by ' . M. MORGALV
Sumiterville, Jan. 26, 1848:. 13 ft
Alporsons indebtedjto the Estate of Jas.
RI. Berry, sleceased, are-required to make iqip.
meodiate paymienttp1V.Lewis, who holdatho'
Notes belonging to said Estate. Auid i(ni
paid on or before 10ti' aypf February next;,
iaid Notes will be.su .d
Feb 1188. T.R.KERRY, Admnr.
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