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the entire nyi
in. nine diM et taten'
ttduwenlow of, 40ur.'T sl~t
of course, at this time,' amo
And lth all the losses by
mises, 7C*4~. the actual fortuno 6
Gailitesi.may.safely beset d'n t
motment at moreL than.e65006,U60
.1s& Gaines, in her Jotter, dated
York, March 11in referencoto the asser
tion of the Delta that the case was a made
up affalf betwen h6rself and.- defendant,
and settles nothing except in the partibu.
)a case, bays:
"Now itqo hippened tht-t*he pqrticu.
]ar case' referred to .Was an' equity suit
blight by my hushnd and inyself
against near 'seventy defendants, of who p
Charles Patterson ias one-in which stiii
seveal- millions of dollars' worth of.prop.
erty was involved-Which. fuct alone-is
suffielent to dispribe the"hgo of collus
inn between iiysolf and thLdesendant, or
of any of them; 'ai if' it. vere not; the
-farther fact that I h&ve been engaged in
the prosecution of the suit for nearly.tfilleen
yearsi and at a cost to my husband and
myself"afinore than $50,000, certainly
iGen. -Downs, U. S. Senator fur Louis
inna, who was one of the defendants to the
bill filed by Mrs.. G., concedes that the
recent 'decision settles her claims con
SEitous ACcIDENT.- Te tinderstan(d
that -Major Van Buren, the, eldest - son of
the ex-president, and for' many years an
officer in th.United States Army, met
witia serious aciidnt on Wednesday, by
the fall of his horion the Avenue, strik
ing his head, producing a corpusion, from
the.eflect or which lie lay for more than
an hour insensible in the mad. Nle had
retut-ed, a week or two since from the
army.on sick leave, after participating in
oil of the actions frQni Vera Cruz to Phe
capital, dsaid-de-camp to Gen. Scott, and
prinr to his arilval .as a member qf the
athff'l' Gen. Taylor, from the commence
me'nt of the Nyar. He was resorting to
horseback:. exercise, under .thc advice Qf
is.phy sician, when the accident occur.
red, and still lies in a very critical state.
'The modesty and gallantry of Major Van
Buren are subjects of pride tQ his native
Btate, and shed fresh lustre on a name al
ready distinguished.---[N. Y. Post.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFFI1TM ANyD
.The unparallelled and astonishing efficacy
of DIt: WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD
H(iERRY, 3n all the diseases for which it is
ecommended, curing many cases after the
skill of the best physicians was unav4iling,
ihas -effected a large and increasing deimaid
;oJis fact has caused several unprin
- pipled M t.rfeiters ".4 imitators to palm off
spurious suityreo, of sitilar name and ap.
pearance, for the genuine I1alsom. Sonic
are called " Syrup of Wild Cbepry," 1al
-.a'm of Spike'nard," "Wild Cherry, Conifrey,"
.&c; Another, "Wester'. lalam of Wild
Cherry," iwisspelling the naam, ar,4 forging
.ertificatep to' resemble those of the true
flalsanm. "Dr. Witar's lgalsam pf Wild Ghxer.
;ry" is th~e only geuipe. The rest merely
jmitate the name of the original, while they
possess none of its virtpbos.
LJOOK WELL TO THE MARKS QF TIIE
. 'he genuine Balsam is put up in bottler,
vwith the wvords, ,,Dr. Wistar,s Balsmr of
Wild Cherry. Philad.," blown in the glass;
*sa'ch bottle bearing a Jlabel on the front, with
:the signature of Ij. WKBSTA R, M. D.
/@.iJs w.ll' be enveloped hereafter with a
newv wrayiper;' copyright' secured, 18441; on
which will. always appear the written signa..
ture of ''I. BUT TS."
N9ne genuine, unless signed I. BUTTS
;ot the~wrippoi. For sale in Sumterville, by
- Dr. J1. I. MILLER, at the Drug Store; and
iby Diuggists generally in South Carolina.
MARRIED-On the 23rd inst., by the
Rev. 3. H. Zimmerman, Mr. J1. I.' VAUGHAN
to Miss M. H. BITTON, all of tis place.
W ~agon and Mules for Sic.
2We 'vilJ sell one of our Wagons and a
.TeampQf four-Mules eqnal to any in the Dis
*tret, in goodl condition and ready for immne
.diate service. Apply to
* M'LAURIN & CHANDLER.
March 25, 1848. 22 tf
P. 8.-We still continue a regular run of
'agons to Clarendon Depot.
* Wa ted to Ilire,
BDyjthe TorwnCuncil of Sumterville,
from 100o able Negro men to wcrk on the
r eet land roads of* the 'village.Wge
pai4 monthly Apply toWae
T. 3. COGiHLA N.
-ar 2e1848. 22 2t
- or Sale.
Afne rgt sorrel 'mare, five years old ;
p~cuwl indler saddle, and wilt be sold
c~a~~p~ulat this office.
RLr~QiO. '22 it .
-Ail pereons having demands against the
Estate of Joseph Horton, deceased, are re
qitdated top present attested copies thereof to
the stdbscriber as early as possible.
* -, M. Mi. BENBOW, A dr'r.
March,22,184% . 22 4t
~eat Saddle 'has lost on Wednes
" dal~f~t~mthe back of an afl'righted horse,
bas fo this place, (he
Y 4b ~4i~ idhg ar-d: and the P1ow.
-4en Mllw ~o~i)~It Is supyosed to ~ havpe
wagoner from Saleni,
o n~ 1 hil~ e thankfullv received,|
ibOlly rearded 6y eavin -
.said at thi0ofice
h~~ ~ orpnohlr
: . : "
can4b purcased n
ktfor 0 r to V
me . . 1 ad exaerne our s we
flat. ourselve we ill fa t give sa t
Houise of Eu iedita uafn# 1 a,,
MA NHE $$,48 C.
The subscriber res .tf l y informe his
friends and the public generally, .that he is
ready to receive and accommodate persons
travelling by Rail Road tp and' ffoth Charles.
ton. His Hpuse is only two 'nd a l4alf miles
from the Manchester Depot; breakfast will
be ready at 5 o'clock every morning, or soon
er if required. Eye y attentin wil be paid
to the com'ort of all iwho may fayor' him
with their compaiiy. Ilis table will be fur
nished.with the best the country affiords. He
will also take gpod cart pf. Horses, that may
be left in iis care, tantil their' owners re
turn from Charleston.
Manchester, March 27, ,848. 2 t
g Thp Sabscribei
Bege leaveto'inform his customers and the
the public generally, that he haa just reeiv-e.
ed a general assdritment of MEDC10NE,
which lie will dispose of as low'asdief anA
be affodod in this place.
J. I.MILLER, M. D.
Biadfop4 Miprings For Male.
This well lingwn and desirable situation
for a SUqMBR ItETREAT, is ofeied for
?ale; and p ,qsoits A cliance for a handsome
Tie Tract contains 1240 acres; of which
25) gCros is uilder fence, and 400 acres have
been cleared.' It is situated on the main
Road from Paniden to Sumterville: ibout 15
miles fFom each; and giyes napie to the
Range of H.ighlands.
Lately the place has been improyed at
much expence, and converted into a Female
Seminary. Tile rqain building is 120 feet
long,-has from 25 to 0I0 Roogs-isqme of
them spacious; lofty ceilings; 10 fire places;
120 feet of Piazza; 60 feet of Balcony; wide
Pagsages, and staircase ; handsome Base
ment; all necessary out-lliiildingp; an4 air
and water pure a tI1e momu)tains.
TwPo commndiouts Pabins are attaciled,
1 with five Rooms, 2 fire placei and Piazza.
A second settlenleqt is close by on this land,
affording accommodatipns gf every Uind for a
family. A great many fine springs gueh from
the sides of these hills, afibrding the scites
of numerous settlements; which in iime will
doubtless be established here, since the great
impedinient, the Santee and Wateree swamips
are npw. ovprcome by the Camden Branch
Rtoad. it is a splendid situation f(r an Acad
emy, Male or Female ; qr for a Boading
Ho.use for the summer; or for a sumnger Re
trcat for a gentleman of fortune.
Price $6,000; 81,000 cash down; the re-.
nainder in five annual instalments, wjtl4 in
terest payable annually, well secured. To
an approved purchaser the time of paymnept
may be altered. Vurclapprq to pay for ne
Apply at Sumterville, 8. 0. to
. V. E. .RIdHARDSON,
Agent to Sell.
13th March, 1848. ~20 tf
Twenty Dollars Reward.
Rytnaway from the subscriber on the 2nd
of December last, a young negro wvoman
named RA.ClJAIlaf eighteen years of age.
She has a scar on orie of her cheeks;. much
hair on her head; very long foot, tlge big toe
projecting nyuchx beyond the others. The
above reward will be paid to any person that
will deliver her to me or to the Jailer of any
District in th is State, so that'l get her. She
is believed to be -harbored in the Bethel
neighborhood and Sumiterville occasionally.
JOH N B. MILLElt.
Sunmter Dist. Mar.14, 1848. 20 4t
*50 R EW A RD,
I will give. the above reward for the appre-.
hension and delivery to-me of zmy negro man
Al BR A YJ,
who left my residence near Sumntcrville,
about the 20th of December last. Abram or
Abram Hampton, as he is sometimes called,
is a remarkable negro. He is nearly seved
feet in height; weighs near two hundred and
fip&y pounds; has a scar under' onie of his
ep~es; is very black; his front teeth out, or
very much decayed; very irntelligent: he can
wvrite tolerably well, aid is, no doubt, passing
on FR E E P A P E RS.-Abram is a Brick
layer and PlaietOeor,
I will give the above reward for his delive
ry to me at my residence, or for his lodgment
in any ,Tail.
. W. E. MELLETT.
rebjruary 2, 1848. 14 tf
112 The Charleston Courier, wcill publish
the abore once a week till forbid, and send* bill
to ih is o/lice.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Edward J.Porter, Assignee
for the use of )
Joseph Lawton, et. 'al.
vs. P ill.
hiam H. Brown and his
wife, Mary R. et. al.
It appearing to 'I intisfaction of the Com
missioner, that 'viliam 11. Brown and Mary
RL. his wife, twq o efeintad if) the above case,
reside beyond ths limits pf this States On
motion of N. Q.' Ricli, compl'ts. Sol'r., It is
ordered, that they dlo plggd, answver and de
murr to the said Billk wtlhin three months
from the puhalipatipon hereof; otherwvise the
bill will be taken pro. confesso, as to them.
ILEY COLE MAN, C. E. WV.D.
Kingstroe, Feb. 2.5, 1848. -20 lam3
Iu4 Ohan cr, March Term,
Williamsburg Disi. 1848.
Pursuant to an ordler madle by Chancellor
James J. Caldwvell at the present term. The
creditors of David S. Mec'lary, deceased, are
required to prove their claims befdre the
Coimissionersaccording to law, by the fli-t
day of Janusrf next. - -'".
DEiY COLEMA N, Qa E, W. D.
Kingteo'u M arc 9, 184 n 20
S. L. w .and Lalt
. - oland
P l s a t lada bfi&
8is'lt h pSi n as the
L f wian.'d- ~ -i'f3
sut gt o lad
co of l1a, Inare a'sdjini lands
fIen. Dickison and-lAtheil, levied pon
,as th property of ath, Sssionr, t e
suit ot suit o auero d
Intret mon trctof forty
acresf Slatid it adjpipin, ads
of Wm'. Sanders anfd othera levied %ipon is
the property Q( JohAi W Sylvester'ie L eaaed,
at the suits of Shanpb !!Mi eal and
f Jno. W. Sylveater.
,,*One tract of 59 acres of land
in Salom, adjoining lands of. S. Watqpn,
Thos. Fraser and'Estate of. C. McLeanlev.
ied upon as the property. of B. BateMan, at
the 6jt of John C. Kelldy.
HARVEY SKINN5R. ,. S.
March 11, 1848. 20 St
By virtue pf sundry Executions t6 me di.
rected, wil be 5old at Sumter Court House,
on the first Monday aId day following in
April next, within the legal ljoura.of sale,
to the highest bidder, for Cash, the following
Personal Property. Purchasers to pay for
1 negro, levied on as the pro
perty of I . . fingleton, at the suit-of T. L.
1 horse, levied on as the pro
perty of W. C. Griffin, at the suit of James
' 1 Negro, levied on as the pro
perty of James R. Frierson, at the suit of E.
Sulkey and harness, levied on
as the property of P. O. Sullivan, at the suit
q.f . . cJ-aurin.
1 horse, leviegl pp ps the pro
perty of jieqry passels, at the suit of John
1 Negro, levied on as the pro
perty of John E. Brunson, nt ;h0, sqft of
John Rf: Browri.
HARVEY SKINNER, s. D.
Mar. 11, 1848. 20 3t
SALE OF MORTGAGED
I will offer fpr salet at Sumter Pourt House
on the first Monday in April pext, four Ne
groes, Den, Elcy, 'Henry pd Caroline,
levied upon arqd to be sold t9 foreclose a
mortgage given by Win. Roos to Wm. J.
H. SKINNER, Agi. to Foreclose.
' March 11, 1848. 20 2t
Thomas A. Pack,
.arne7 Pltopvden and wife, et. al.
13y virtue pf an order from WM. Lewis,
Esquire, Ordinary of Sugiter Dietrict, I will
sell on the first Monday iis AKlil next,' at
Sumter Court House, between the legal
hours of sale, A TRACT OF LAND, con
taining 200 acres, situated in Clarendoni,
Sammy Swan~p, waters of Black River, ad
.4iising la~nds of WV. L. Reynolds, David
Beatson and Mary Kelly, formerly belonging
to Joseph Pack, deceased.
Terms--On a credit until the first day of
January next, (all fees cash) the purchaser
giving Dond with good security and a Mort
gage of the premises to the Ordinary, for the
payment of thme purchase money, with inter
est fromi the day of sale.
HARVEY SKINNER, s. s. D.
March 11, 1818. 20 St
And for sale by the subscriber, a general
stock of PAINTIS, OILSD YE STUFF"S
4.e $~C 4. J. J. MILER, af. D.
WILLIm: M. DAVIS, takes this opportu
nity of informing the voters of Clarenidon,
that lhe is no longer a candidate for Repre
sentative at the ensuing election; to my
friends at whose earnest solicitation, I con
sented to appear before the peopile, I can only
say, that though I feel flattered by their
nomination, I must beg leave to decline the
honor thdy would confer on me.
March 8, 1848. 10 3t
Entertaisament~h at tiac Clar
The subscriber begs leave to inform his
friends and the Public generally, that'he has
oppg~ed a House of Entertainmuent, about a
quarter of a mile from the Clarendon Depot,
on tpme Stage Road, wherg he wvifl 'be ready
to accommodate custoimers by the 15th inst.
Heq hopes by close attention to busitess, to
give general satisfaction to all thjat may fa
yor him with their custom.
March 6, 1848. 19 tf
Whitle Lead, Window
Just received a large and fresh supply of
White Lead; Linseed Oil; Windowv (lass;
Spanish Broil n; Venetian Rled; Span. Float
andl Carolina Indigo; Cochineal; Verdigris;
Quicksilver; Lamp Black, &c. &c.; togeth
er with every article in the line, fresh from
the Northern markets, and of superior quali
ty. For sale at reduced p rices for cash at
' CL E VE LA ND'S
Charleston Drug Stor-e.
Camden, March 8, 1848.
Sale of Negroes.
Will be sold on the first Monday in April
nest, at Sumtervillo, SEVEN very likely
youungWNegroes, belonging to theEstate~ of
John M. Dargan, deceased.
'Terms cash,, Purchasers to pay for all ne
c~ar ~ A, A, N S
- , D. JON ,
March 1. 1MA ' 18
of w -,
the Digt et.kU "
setted is wire11;
very comi lol -V
bar wishes tYvh
chaker as he could aN ifbid
in so doi; - or he w~l11 iut t .
of purcaes a " ti
March1, 1848. .1
The subeeribo wol i t touti
of 'Potde -ind ,Familiffs.who.
Havipg ad. a't
thf** a asn, hie i ble t6'
'au metsta e.eib is friends
and customers, and confidl ftInyites attpa.
tion. to6 his -STOCK as
Mlost Extensive n JS 4M
-'It is intended to ineq iV
thei Dry Goods Line
Our front sales ron- 'ce
pletie asertment of.
LADIES' RICH DRES
Silks, Muslins, Bareges, Cash
cas, Bombarzines, ShaWls
- Mantillas,- Visete.i c
in ur IDomestic' Rooms. willt bo
very full assortment o - Do estics.
1Negro Goodsi Blankets,.
B-rParticular attehitiori paid to this depazj -
ment of our - businesn.. And Planters will
find our stock ahd ri- well oy
Ohr farilitie@ for pu~hsngoe r
such, that we are abe t ofer themn at sh
price,- *e ey competitin
a . 2.W. BANCRQ 'T
ve58co Kinglat. C ual sto e.C
N. B.-our. wholesl rI m ofr
a large and 'well selected STO -t Me
chants for cash or appr'' : pep it such
prices as are well Wri the attentidii 6U.
clode buyers, for.clage 'Y. kets.
MFONTGOMER1Y (A )YAMiig
J. P. M.'E, d q.a
Iae SiiYr prepated lig
cesry tat'tod be Cattanestotede
thver sasrier .ol '* 'it-e t eley ii beii
wif"l gieryo a 'famlius fwoD. Berny ast
reflig thiae opiprgo of then proesin be
oftheaeis of thei pbyeprtbon, : D r . a
Phymein tha are-cie andfetoifn'ds
aputomr, and hoecoienatnitsa
youocan senius arlot t they car'o T. A
Mr. J.Pr.EPI a
ItSirs-I n Iit sedt to, di . th1
tafeDy, thats .ne pav appie to uo
.Aency fsor thea of yoApr "'~'l~
grely Mouslinte regs tosabshm an n.
Jepns Comafes, hwoldds wellfor:
as anyhousesi thisee.cTe.ar-rapp
sinns and clver gentrem, wose, krogt
the cu omnity as one andlyou foud pp
very ful faortpont hf tygnealyare
astepopleifyurg would plaes.inp
ses tofyulr. pepation.i I thdavfotsy
mnent of orainfections, h an-frs rcepr
fid anr seutnc with ritsrmeippr
Oies yeas inte, from myfrhinende prep
suhom tha wul refae tou ifer thught mplcss
253bis Kine abov. ettestou .t# C.th
aiolargf arpallaectd QesTO tigha.
cheanst fori csh ors apronclusvey ahwt s.
pesated byre mell 'wnl tten tion of'
thoe bneers, &ciirElof siaroesf would be
archfor1ye . -" 1 1:
J. P. M. PPINGo, Chmit nd
tetoni ise pleqard Rw ar5n t n~
ces- Stat fro theu bscrtibr't reiden
itnery Fulnohea 8th' Febarylt, sal
sreltn tiheCI/ winofthe rstarn he ae.
abutAn 2n year od. Teoedar 4
beoaidp fori~ hit sleliyou Melcgg
youhan Blend to het to
Fuoblto, March 1, 1
Jus ecte'fu ied
cane;an woo $leasdtogetscowr fro th
accaartm n lettritu ssch Jas- ns
cyhre an ehud udteamieto~o
Jenpngla Cafo would doa6 el o?~
t e nmmuiy as adyuwud} p
Riyej ad any otqp
ns aac yil .Qryjl5ZC./E . a
ly e~ na
w hiW er termin
ires a. u 0b re . e
ho nd Irporp qure, fe o.cag
sei al:, f,-ig r'oun thrb g te eaon
wil reduc ihe ses-t 7 'an he ins-,
inraneto '. Iilvery aoe very e
wil be toaln toevo feel dis, m t
nia u by responasid e-rs an i the.
1orse arn Grporp furnishd fre:"of chlarge
is he is psig rounid through th e Ieasn,I
will reduce the season tW '07,'and the insu
rance- to $10. I. will .also give the sa' e
Dhance to all those who feel d'isposied t9 pa
tronizo my Hlorae upon said terms and condi
Bucephalus, Jr. as O by J P. Rodgers'
Bucephalus; he by. Wi tamsons, Bedford of
Virginia, and-he & rinpotted Bedrord.-.
Old Bucephalus*. by old kin 1-er'd
and he by Tig A.the old"' td
James; his gda in MR a
,ion, a Ml ehalusi dam
was got by old WitdOAk Vli W
is Collins' Split-;v4i i performance as..a
Race Horse was -well. etablishIed on- the
Cqmden Turf, and he out of the old imported
Rat'tle-the-Cash; Bucoppup l-'ea g. Oam
was gt by, Marcus. -
I could here publish a long lipt pf pprtifi
cafeg 'from differeni, bistricts relative to ]Iu.
cepialus Jr's. reputation'as a foal getter, but
deem i useless, as refprqnce cal be had' Vp
h:s prinftpd bills, and tp iiens of gestpr
District, who have seen, pf pis c41t6 pnd
know they will not sufibr Py cppparieo'n With
those of any other I1orse.
JAME6 D. McILWAIN.
April 3rd, 1847.
We the undersigned, do -hereby certify,
that we are acquainted wit.h James* D. Mcfl
wain's Becephalus Horse; seen of his colts
and therefore take great pleasure in -stating
to the public, that they. have. fully com' up to
our expectations. Equal, if not superior, to
any colts we have seen for yeqrs ppsedo i
Samuel Tindall, Dr. Jojm Boyd,
Harvey Skinner, - G. W. Rhamne Esq.
Edward Broughton, Daifel -.Elien.
D-All those having'settlements to make
with the subscrilir in relation to accuimts
made with him .in" Sumter District, may'ex
pect to meet with him at Sumter Court du
ring the first'week..
'AME1 ). McILWAIN.
March 8, 1848: 2t "12t
05 I VA D.
I will give the above named reward of 85
to any person, ihat will apprehe'nd and deliv
er to the Jailer'of Sumter Ditrict a negro
fellow named SIMON, (a Blacksmith) be
longing tolthe estate of-Thomas Watts. He
has a wife either a Mr. Ervin's or Henry
Gwdmna''s, on' Pudding swamp, where it is
suppos ed he may be lurking about.
Trustee East. of T hos. Wells.
Mt. Clio, Feb. 9, 1848. 16 tf
lNotice to Workmnen.
The Comnmissioners, of Public Buildings
for Sumter District, wvill receive sealed Pro.
posals to make additions aud alterations in
the C'ourt H-ouse, until the 27th of March
The plan and' a p'ecifications may be seen
at the office of Win. Haynswerth,-'secretary
of the Board, to wvhom Proposals' niu'st be
By order of the Board,
- WM. HIAYNSWORTH, Sec'y.
Feb. 14, 1848. 109 6
A CURE1 FOR
SMALL PROFITS FOR CASH.
Ti'IE subscriber is now receivfng a large and
general aissortmient of New pos; yiz:
D~ry Goods, Groceries, H-ard wvare, Cutlery
Carpenters Tools, Crockery ;Shoes and
Boots, Hats, Caps and Bonnets;
READ Y MADE CLOTHING.
Coats, Vests, Pants, Shirts, Fine Black Cloaki
BAGGING AND ROPE;
Tobacco, segars, &c.
Violins, (Guitars, Flutes,.&c.; and also, a se
lected lot of Italian Violin and Guitar strings
and a groat many Fancy Articles too tedioui
to mentiqn. All of yvich, will be mold 1ov
3 kits Mountain Butter'
61 bushels Cranberries.
3000 lbs. slaughtered Dry Hides.
L. B. HIANKS.
Nov. 1I, 1847. O22st Cim'tfliid
Daniel Driggers tells before me a blaci
horse, blind in the right, eye; marked wit]
harness; about fifteen hands high; twelve oa
fifteen years old; appraised pt. Ten Dollare
The horse may be fourid at Mir. Driggers' or
*the road leading froiii Carter's crossiurg 01
Scape O'er, to Caniden.
A. SCA RBOROUGH, Magiutrae.
Sumter Dist.'Mar. bl, 1848.
By the subscriber a chemntat sorrel mnare:
white hind feet; scar Qfn the right; dapplea
with wvhite spots. Said mare'aupposed .to be
about 9 or 10 years old. There are no othei
marks abouit hier which are necessary to des.
T. W. A. SMITH.
Clarendon, Feb. 22nd, 1848. :18 t'
All persons indebted tube state of gaii
HI. Drake, will mnake pp meitjo the au~ser
her; and those ht ip wanideagain'
Feb. 1.,1848. 1 ' -