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.~ '2 1"iA RP. .9' A- t A
aapa, Jue t9,*
0 e rfr Man officer of the
G4. ladden has
-1Q 'l610et Coloel;,Dunno.'
' ~ ~ ~ ~ , pdoe oft ajor of the
e mIjutalit! daitay; Captain of
containa the following:
uns.-We stated sometime
- . that our Volunteers
0' ronvera- Cru to
erasr of Gen. Ilut
We mkng le their ioint of
Sfiet prior to the reception
the.Departmenti in Mexi.
u ,.-luneere were on their way
ishei of the Department
101 n is an extract ota letter from
o trry1Marpy, dated-,War Depart.
b ,1 inanswer to a letter
-h iubto It ':. Gov.'Johnson.
-Wldfever h int of South Car-!
o u iAgPllsh e re d to b e d is.
service; I-Department will
jt plel~wre in causing the necessa.
mnO, to be, made -for their trans.
'k~i4 ~iLX Ve Crua to. Charleston, as
ag sto hy your Excellency."
ted that this arrangement
e 'Id 'be carried out, as it would
dmuchl fatigue and delay to our
a1(Apt fellow ci szen, now detailed -at Afo.
11 fi t Iti.uhtratiou arose from unavoida
. tances, for which no blame can
S sp one When they do come, we
qmaiake up for the fielay which no doubt
e annoyance to them than to us.
-RAti. ROAID Ia N.-The
0 Irio'y, thai contracts for
d "iodehired in Boston, duty
can be made in Eng
prn. I four u 0 cou nt ry
can purchase their ron be.
-Aikalaoe, the enterprizes
lnsay that no sum
a will pay the manu
Ssecuntry,, and .many de
it6 t itl rft
cE~e4 mgan ay. Baiinesn.--A
n e~'hd a deaconi in his congrega
iat;OWSrathier~ disposed to. under.
v~i~t~e 1e41adhar'ged by his minis
ter. KWhm an ey life otar minister has!
H1 haslittle else o'do'besides preaching!
A ~eaencingIfervery easy thing to do!
addeisuhike remiarks have of.
tgothe mini ter's ears. :He call.
naturday, nd thus
telm that you
thl tta1UkI very easy.'
~otl4enny objections to try
* ifdngy ~eptday the eongre,
gar ~ ~ dto behold the deacon
occ j tiCpi 'Aand all anticip a
terrog onfivho regarded
,~ra~dn~h a very euasy porbmance
a I'tigyd isap~opitedL A ve
miA16 linjing a'nd .stumblig
for i ir I babiruptly finished his
~i*~r wth .hifollowing honest and
~frien'la,. I thought until nowo,
iW.Sa very easy thing!
tup zsnd try st!'
~1A IITARY DANDY.
a iesince, on one
C ~BbI~ 1,o IidWhre we met just after
~wj .bi*CId aquahitance John Bars
~W J6~.~Btow,' who has -bought
''' orJ~rs~.thanany other-live man,
~s While we were
* 'uidalistaons of the morn.
- iQIIthe 4hand belle were
4tep ac.nd the almost'
AIW hoard pry
* adn' setl deir
' cabin's of fih, an'
* * W. ay. uddenly a
.~ftI ~q dh! way
and y.to the
enemmu ani atra1 m
valbe disrtl h
ewidcera ree his ai 6 YaImi
ctnof the efbetfil Inid reiidhasi
Usses. This fiit s veiYaC uis ce, ar
roeted the attentiin of.r e1 unar, Whlghly
Sialetbli practitioner ofVergitiaf Hei
vestigated with care the: ,pallngs properties
if the wild cherry-tested its eflbcto whenI
administered alone, and whern inceimbination
with'other remedial agents. H~e found athat'
Its natural vir-tues'might be greatly improv.
ed, and by combining it writh. Ingredients,
iynee properties w4 e>e 1l propd and gen-.
erally recoignised, a medicino was produced.
which constitutes a remedy of greM ale in,
pulmonary aflbctions, ands diseases of~ the
cheat and throat-'.diseases wrilcl azfe ro
verbiallypievalIent in dur ella ataia lare1
towns, and often- prove fatal, d'aelling the
bills of mortality toea much' greatei ixtent
than is the case with mosti other, we hid
elmost said,al1 other classes of diseases.
lir1one genuine unless signed-1. BUTTS
oi the wrapper. For sale in Sumterville, by
Dr.:.J. I.. M[LLER, at the Drug Sitore; and
by Druggists generally in South Carolina.
.MARRIED--In Clarendon, on the'evening
of 29th June, by the Rev. N. Graham, Mr.
WnILLrAM R. RoGERS tO Miss ANN E. RI.
liRADnAM, all of Sumter District.
By W. LEWIS,. Esq., Ginary.
Whereas, John F. Ballard, hath applied to me~
for Letters of Administration on all and sin
gular the goods and chattels, rights and cred
ste of Thomas Glenn late, ofsthe District
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before me
at our next Ordinary's Court'for the said
District, to be holden at Sumter Conrt- House
on Friday, .the 14th day of. July, 1848, :,to
shew cause, if any, why the said-administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this sit
day of July, . in -the .year of our
[i.. a.] Lo one thousand eight hundred and
fort-ight, and in the -72rd year of
W. LEWIS, o.we a.n
July 5, 1848. .an *2t
By IW. LEWiS, Esq., Ordinary for said
Whereas, . R. Folder, - hath applied
to me for Letyers o Administ ration, on all and
tiningular the goods and chattels, rights and
credits of Ann Ragin, late of the District
These are, therefore, to iite and admon
ish all and singular, the kindred and creditor.
of the said deceased, to be and appear before
me, at our Ent Ordinary's Court for the said
District, to be holden, 'at Sumter Court
House an Friday, the 14th day of July, 1848,
to shew cause, if any, why the said adminie
tration should not be granted.
Given under my ha and geal, this 1st
day of May in the year of our
T. se] Lord, one thouand eight hundred and
a forty-eight, and in the 72rd year of
thesad dcese W.t e W15,pea bo. e w. e
July 5, 1848. 35 .. .2t
A LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office, Sumterville,
S. C, July 1, 1848.
A-Thomas M Anderson, Mrs Mary Als'
brook, Jesse Allen. -
B-Jess e Baker, James B o u runson, W W
Bradford,-H Boyce, Mackey Barfield, John
W Brogdon, Mr. Bridwell, Jacob Bilton, N
H W Beger, J H Brown,
C--Samuel Chandler, oseph Chandler,
S B Coker, N A Chandler, Mrs Ashby Col
lough, John M Chandler, R B Cain.
D---Rev Julius J DeLaunnay, W C Dun
can, L H Dinkins, W Davis, Ladeon H Dick
E--.B J Evans, Miss Cordelia Jane Eng
lish, M $ Epperson.
F-4 G F'reeman, Willis Freemian.
G---Henry W Gardner, Flora Green, John
F Gordon, Catharine Gerald, Dessaussure
Garden, Willis Grooms.
H-Rev Isaac Hadden, Rev W PiHill.
J--Robert B James, John D Jones, 3 M
Johnson, James D) Johnson, James Johnson,
W J Jones.
.K-W J Kennedy, J G King, Friendly
Kolb, Chewning& King,
M--Joseph Montgomery, Henry L McIn
tosh, John Muldrowv, S L Muldrow, Robert
McCldary, a M Muore.
N-Peter Nunnery, John Nettles. John.
P--Miss Sarah P Parris, Thomas Pettit,
W H Pringle, Israel Pugh.
R-J S G Richardson, Miss Sarah H.
Reams, W E~ Richardson, W G Richardson,
Nancoy Ramabert, (Rose, care Mt. Dix, Col
JO C Rnmbort, John M Wchardson.,
S-D D W Smith, Simon 8chrieber, W O
Smith, Nancey Scurry, James Smiley.
T--Tinda.l & Harvin, Mrs. Mary Terry,
Eli ab Scurry, F'rancis Sumter, Sapn J Tin
SSarah A D Wilson, B Wingt,
Bain o Fia ntk d nt h i t
he soreforerlkopabyJhn~ intleoh
The subscriber will itively commetee
rounio Frda tathe inst. pphe thi e
igllbeready by T h ekd anducanbe ha.at
he store, forerly ike.t - John Sigleton.
atabecziberiwiaheg: to anniounce to"
he sttlierswithin theocircle of sideen ais
Pround.Saltervile, that he will supoly them
egulrly twice a week. If sufiepnt induce
nents ofitr, twenty miles.
>urfays, 1 pra 27 tf
TO T Nl PATERS OF BUMTR
Pre'iss ou r rib c the.krmer f *hiPrn haa
>eeny had -erected o his plantation neof.
'rovosen' Pateint swinging Fulcra, Cotton
amss, with which he is well pleased, - nd
[eleves it to be far auperlar to the Screw
ir anything now in use for Cottozni-Vcking.
)urposes,h we purchased the rihts of said
?'rasa for'Simier District. This, Presi 'has
acen ipsuccesasful'operation for three year..
In regard to the convenience of thb N ui
:an be attached-to the Gin-house, nd skel
,ered all under one roof. It- is well calcula
ted to press from four hundred and fifty td
rve-hundred unds of Cotton in four and a
lalf yards of ing, and that *ith one mule.
Persons wishng to build their own Press
will be furnished with a bill of timbars and
limensions for Twenty Dollars, ($20.)
'he subscribers beg leave to inform the pubZ
lithat they have workmen now ready- to
i nd the building of.the Press. .
- Mechanics, wishing to enter into the busi
iess,can have by one hundred dollars ($100.)
worth; at, a5.per right Any further infor
nation wanting, a the undersined,
Friendship, P.O. Sumter Dist.
June 1, 188. - umter-iie, 8. C.
June 21, 188.34 im
I have appointed Major William E. Rich
ardson my Attorney, immnediately to. bring to
, close-and settle up all matters and thmgar
3eitaining t6 my late .Sherifralty of Sumter
District: and request all persons concerned
to take notice hereof.
All. persons indebted to me are requested
to make immediate payment to my said At
orney: and those having demands against
ne, are requested to present them to him
without delay. W
Feb. 12, 1848. 16 tf
20th REGINENT, S. C. M.
4ppointments in the 20th Regiment, 8. C. M.
Dr. Adolphus H. Frieraon, Surgeon.
E. J. Goodman, Assistant surgeon.
Elisha Spence, Paymaster.
John S. Bradley, Quarter-master.
All of whom will be obeyed and r'espected
Byorder of Col. RutEs,
F. H. KENNEDY,
Adjt. 20th Regt. S. C.M.
2nd May, 1848. 34 ~2t
The subscriber respectfully informs the
3itizens.of Sumlerville and vicinity, that lie
intends to carry on the. Butchering Business
and that he will furnish them with the very
aest Beef the country can aflord, as low as
it can possibly be atlbrded, en the following
lays, tn.wita Tuesday, Thaursday and Baturd
iay. Having carried on butchering for the
laat eight years, punctually, he returns his
thanks to~his friends for their liberal patron.
age, and solicits a continuance of the-same.
June 14, 1848, 83 tf
The subscriber begsa leave to inform his
rriends andl the public generally, that he has
Dngaged, imself, in the Butchering Business
in Sumnterville; He wvill endeavor to procure
the finest Beeves the country afiords; and
with strict attention to businers hopes to re'
:eive a liberal patronage. He will butcher
:hree times a week or oftener if required.
Regular custoniers may run accounts month
y. OJrrPayments required promptly, to enad
ale him to carry on the business.
T. D. CHINtA.
May 29, 1848, 81 4m
Taken up by the subscriber, on Tuesday,
~he 9th inst., a sorrel MARE, with a star on
the forehead, and about 15 or 16 hands hIgh.
She was found in the possession of a negro
boy, who says he stole her'from Mr. George
N'Jorris at the 54 mile house, on-the commhon
road. The owner is requested to come for.
ward, prove propierty, pay expenses anid-take
l8 mile House, state road,
May 13, 1848. 88 tf
Teunderaigned would respectfull3 in.
orm the Publhc, that his- present-stock of:
WIEDICINES were purch~ed in New York4
'and with a few efreptone)-from the Mann-'
atrr.P asers neyrrelyeQnth ibet
freh-nd. tue, a m e -m
eun77, k$4, A
lAttends the, CIN"kt f ef
Lancater and Pairtel istr e
IWillattend punaill'A'64lbob eni
ted to his car, ne. rfth aki
TEMden. - e
Having looStedn-rster ille, r"pet ful
olicites the patag of ble frin And
H ofMe Is thte e a a rfi aboleditJrI Me
WILLAJ~G4 im, , -4
unless rofessionaly engaged.a
Apr 1,184. 2 y'
The S ofi friber'idsan
Beg* leave t isafokiuhis cuito"s' t he
the public gneraly a hits Ve
e 1i geera A'tiAto
whic er he willddis os4a s
be aftrded ithspa
Freg. lea tte andm isutns' ~dktr
n H Tea 1a6 ti160&, Aofppers,
4cieklsps ur an Iquart Car
4 Doz. FR ;e Madeira iw t e
1 dze Pi e, tquartsa
00 Ds. N MAROLIA BACN
3w fore dash . :
May 184. . B. HANKS.
-Bacoa sad Lard.
A- flue lot of Bacon and Lard on haid and
ror sale cheaps by M. DRUJCKER & CO
Camden, May 10, 1848.
Daconi anmd Molasses
A very heavy iupply of each on hand and
Sor sale b
* A. J. & P. MOSFSS.
By DRUCKER & CO., a full and com plete
supply of 8ADLE RY, CUT LE RY ANZ
HARDWA RE, consisting of almost every
article which belongs to the above specified
lines, which will be ofered at the lowest pri
ces. Enquire at the
* ~ CAMDENi BAsAAR,
Opposite the Camden Bank.
No.1 Mackerel, Lobster. in tine Sardines
Ginger Preserves, Fresh Crackers, assorted
Almond., Raisins, Figs, Brandy fruit, Butter
Lard, &.c. &rc. &c., for sale by
A. S. & P.MosI~.
And for male by the subscribeir, a eneral
stockof PA INTS, 01L8DY ET UFFI
J1. 1. MWLLER U
Law Copaf'e lS
The undersigned have ~nde(pVt
nershig in the 'Paice d ~ ~ ~ t
for th. Distfittaf -aisiTeajfldIer
ahaw and 8drdter4 - -
Office, heretofore oecupied by a es
uut on Main street, near the CurtHo.
JAMES CHESNU', Jr,
May, 10, 184, . 0 t1m1.
Teundersigned havitng this dasaoeid
ted themselves in the PtacUo Mje
under the firm of Mar.1,T- & U
Also' fuf the furtherprm Qary
the DRUG BUSIN I
would redpectfully splicit tejarn
their friends, sna thae 6 b t
They hae, and wal tnl ci
a lare andreshr 1 U.R 8S
.3 h. I
'h rt t't. - rs
T ne ili e . er
Mdqitor coe e*o r.
thi difas theis hna~tdwi n
D West therks dfendatiworpesien r
Carby ~lna assit-is tho nei~te
of teabov laniti thatrll iuln~eia.
as oateO 2 tsp *14 1Osti
Ma~dgJ( d'.1 .
canI 11 atte
wo ia needo i
Th e bcibe ,Delwio6 a Athos
who Westndhin s sne cn~w entine
aes toauftr.N the lintoft n S~o oth
proednan (and i dadathave netha
ofthe ains,.iewrkinnshiae anle~4
asoae fJ the ~l 1dengve~n
thirdnd theste sdBuj .J~Wa
Clek' o-e 8pn& it > - - -
N R thade~thdlei equah smimi an
perfnnac~ hey re~wam~o~dto.piv
lztR1M rimii aithflly Zu~i to