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OF iSA APARIL 'AND
here are: few ases of chronei and pain-'
Rheumittm that will not yield.to the
nfluence. ofparsaparllla and Queen' De
light, if dulypersavered,' spccially if taken
in conjun tlrith Hydr.ofPotash, times
called Merourial Rheundtism (violeit
pains in tie bones, &m,). iesu.li gfroni
the mercury taken by patients - fgse
vere feversand othei protractei diseise.
It is highly recommended for all diseases
or tie skin, chronic as well as recent. One
lhottle will, in roost instances, effectually
remove all pimples, postules, or blotches
on the face, to whichi young persons in this
climate are so much subjected to, arising
either from impurity of the blood or debili.
ty. It is the best remedy Jnown for scro.
fulous affections, sores, and breakings out
in young children, and is sae and effica
cious in removing entirely every trace (if
hereditary diseases' 6m the system in tie
tenderest, infant; in fact. in as' cutaneous
Tffetlon: ft is invaluable. As a general
purifier of the blood, and an eradicator of
all obstinate diseases, this preparation will
undoubtedly take the precedlenco of-all
t.em-dies. It gently operates upon
and regulates the bowels, restores to-the
blood its wonted purity, gives tone to the
stomach, and promotes digestion.
It will effectually relieve J-rysapas
even in its worst stages. and all persons
suffering from this distressing complaint
are advised to use it, first so, but if nc
marked relief he found after taking one
bOttle, it will be necessary to use the fly.
driodated Potash witli it.
Not wishing to publish certificates as if
(lone in the case of all quack medicines ol
the day, to effect their sale. ;.ad so force
them upon the public. 0e subscriber beg!
leave to state that '!ss preparation has beer
prescribed r.a used by a number of Physi
cian- .it Planters of our city and neigh
bjorhood, witi ureat success, viz: Dr. II
It. Frost, Dr. W. G. Raisay, Dr. Thos. Y.
Si mon --, Dr. 4 C. Pr it cia rd, M r. S. Le ga re,
Lieat. Wilson, U. S. R1. S., il of this ci v,
Dr. James Stoney, Beaufort, Dr. J. A.
Mayes, Sumter, &c.
For the composition of this Preparation,
nnid the Mecdicinal Properties of thet Queen'.
Delight, Phy sicians are respecifully refer.
red to the 5th and thl Nos. Vol. I, of the
"Soutcrn Journal of Medicine and Pliar.
Price $1 per bottle, or A5 for 6 do. The
same preparation as a Syrup, is also pre.
pared at $1 per quart bottle, or $5 per C
Prepared by J. PETER I.\. EPPING,
Clieitiit rind Druggist, King street.
Chartlistun, S. C.
For sale in Sumterville by the A oent.
,t'The sunberiber will receit! negroes
laboring under any of the abovc mention
ed diseases, even t. m,11t hopless <d
obstinate cases, on freatient; Ir thiise
persons having umsouid negroes, anl not
wvishing to incur the expense aitend:nt on
such treatment, and are willing to dispose
of themi wit dthle view ofr' sieing themii
cured, will Iimtd a purtchaser in die su bscri
ber, who is wilin toive a fair price foi
M ar ch 31, IS-17. 'h l
We are pireparedl to execute orders to
any extent in the above~ lne, both for ie-.v
work anid~rr pai rs. Onur Gine e not stir
-passed. l'y any made in t he R ate, pIss
ing all the ndvanuages of the Fallinig lUreast
and Sliding Ribs, which raves a gzreatL deal
Pl:t waof rpairs. We' also use the~ Steel
Plate awsvith teeth set at an aneLho thati
cannliot pos;ibly injure the finiest staple,
with aim improvement to regulate the mao.
tinug of the cottaoi; our brushi is const ruc t
ed on a plan, giving at once, the adlvanta.
gzes of lightness. strength and force--all
ver material in the successfuil operation
of a Gin. Weo woul invite lanuters to
calli at our shop and examine for them.
selves, wh liIstL we wouh! aissure thie pulic
gencia:lly, that they shal have no caus~e to
c omtplainu either oif our work or prices.
O)ppoie the/u IPred yteriani ChurmIch,
Snmtervillei, A pril 22 1t+17. 26 1ly
$100 R EAWA RD.
lH A NA WAY from the subriber
about the 1st of January, 1S17,
my negro mian,
M't A Rl CII.
eN ' arch is abouat 2ti years oft age,
6 feet hiigh, very hdick, speaiks Alowu
wihen spoken to--is ai Brick Layer b')
trade. I ilthihe i..urking sonic whiere
in the neighbmorhirad of ('amiden, (S. C.) as
hie was taikeni ihere about the last of De
cemer. TIh~e above r ewarid will he paid
for his siif' dlelivery in the Jaiil of~ Sumter
Derit with siuliicit proof to convic
tion of heis litvinig beeni harbored by any
w ite persont--or $50 will be paid for his
delivery as~ above,
R. IB CAIN.
A pril 7thl, 1817. 'Z2 (hn
A LUL Petitions to the Exc*entiv"e for Par
dIon, should lbe accompanied with a copy
of the Inilic tmenrits, the Veric t ofth
JIury, and the Report of the ; resididlg
By order of the Ge'ernor.
3uiii 9 i. F. W /""TS, See' r.
JuE 3 ;
LQQK AT THIS!
HAYING jist received tinY Spring sup
plies;I would respectfully call .the attet
tion of the public to a 'Well assorted Stock
of. Dry Poods, Groceries, Hlarrware, Cut.
ery, Tools,. Drugs, Painq, Oils, Shoes,
Rats, Straw hats, Bonnets, Carriage Trim.
mings, Spii igs, A*1es, &c. &c.; School
Books,. Statioriry, Crockerv, C .rden
Seed's, Cat-ron-Ware, Cooper Warejnd a
great.many other articles not to be found
In other stores In the-Village; all of which
I will sell at reduced prices to suit the
terms, (Cash). Those who formerly dealt
with me on a Credit, would be surprised at
the dityerence in prices for Cash; and al
though they may not be able to pay oef
old scores 9t this season of the year, may
bepefit both themaelvcs and the subscriber,
by calling in and lentinog a little of their
small change-as I am coi.-ent they will
not have the same inducements ef..-where.
A. J. MOSES.
Aprri 14, 1847.
CEMETERY MARBLE WORKS,
NEW IIAVEN, CONNECTICUT.
The subscriber, as Agent for the above.
voild respectfully inform the inhabitantt
of Sumterville and vicitniry, that lie is pre,
parel to fimnish
1tOsuiumeat4, Mil ut lepieces a sad
ini American or tlalian Marble (if every
variety of pattern and superior wrorkmain.
ship, at greatly redieced prices. All orders
by letter or otherwise will meet with
prompt attention. .r.
NJ.. R . U T.
Darlington C. 11., March 17, 1847. 21 if
WILLT AM MA T'THIESSEA
N1o. i, Er.sr UAV, ConrOn. or Qum-ST.1T,
I'll a R LE STON, S. C.
F.|ISIlONABLE ULOTiHING; AND
TA IL') /lING ESTA BLISIin1! E NT7,
AN) EVR vARIE*ry UP
o0000s 1.31POui) )IItt:C' I-ROM Iyitop F
March 10, 1617- 1 ' tf
9~ik r- ia ali 012
DY E G
Thre subscriber begs teave to inform
the F. huic that be hras remmed from Ca'n.
den~ to thA place, for the purpose of carry.
ing ron the hbo ve busi ness. Lad ies and
t ntlemnen's Gahrm-ents dyed a variety of
colors-pressed and tirnished in the nete st
Imannecr. Also Letdhorn, S.trsw and Mlo.
hair Bonnets, dyved and pressed to any
shape reqiiired. Gcnt lemen's Coartc, l'an'
maloans anid Cloaks cleaned, and. 'f iadedl,
restored to thiir original colors, or chrang
ed to other colors if desised--gentlemnen's
garments are not tarken to pie'ce". Car
pets, Table Covers, &c., cleaned without
injoring thre colors. Any articles dved by
the subscriber, will not' soil the (whitelt
tinder garment. Rooms at the Old Aleth
E. W. DRIENNING.
June 2, 18417. :31 if
The subscriber hras ist recceivedl his
SPING AND SI:-MMER GOODS,f
stcnsn f a genrl rand will srelectedJ
STAI PLE .1 ND FA NC Y DRU' OS
of tire latest styles and parterns.
ilookn n'vJS:,,nnna, Groceries, liard
ware and Curtlery, Hlats, Caps, Iloots,
Shoes and~ lroganis. lBridles andI Suddles,
A large suppiy of hed ld lothing.
~2 iloors abjove' C'ourt Ilousne.
AXpril 1, iS 17. Se tf
GENERA L ORDJI'l. ~
Air f. !i.6t'rs tof Alibia of this State or.
decring- ritetions of iiflicers of thme linre o:
w.tever grade or rn ik. or making ap.
p~oiments of oflice'rs oif the staf, will re
port thle names of thre uiflcers so elected
or appointed to the Secretaer1 of' State,
wthro is directed thereiurn to fill up ath!1
forwardI thiir commnissions without deh.-,
and hie is also) further irev cd not to isI
or deliver any) blank militarry corrmmissioni.
All coumruniedons addressedu to the
Secretary ,. S'tatc undler this order to be
Thre Brigadier Generals, are chargedF
with thre extension of this order.
By order of the Commandedr-i n-Ch'i ef,
J1. W. CA NTEY,
wd't .ad Iaspt Gn
ssei e sas andtnd
I on hatnd
sortmet of. Medllnes,
p .;ngStuffyu, &c., &c.,
Men* el e11ll 1 , as ow as they
can be affr d 1tii'tfi iL lae.
Perumery, Chalk -for the skin, Shaving
Cream, Sgap in Balls and Cakes, Tieth,
Hair, Cst; Shaving, Shoe and White
Wash Brushes, Bl'acking' Glass AIantle
and Solai Stand Limps. Blue, Red and
Black Writing-Ink, Indellible Ink, with
and without the fluid proparation, Fine.
Tobacca; &c. &c. Enquire at the Drug
Sign-of the Golden Mortar,
J. I. MILLER, M. D.
Surnterville, S. C., 20
The subscriber continues to act ris
Agent in both of the Banks in Camden, on
the usua! terms.
E. W. BONNEY.
Dec. 30, 1S40. 6 if
J, L, HAYNSWORTH,
-SUMTE VIlL LE, S. C.
Orrea: on noon SoU-ru or -rlE DRUO SToRE.
' F.CO N M .N D AT 10N.
We re-spectfuv desire to reomunmend Mr. JAm:r
L. I Av n.Twonru, as a h:6ilu and thoroughly quall.
flied operator in his profestinn, and fullv entitled t.,
thie confilence of the community at largc. He ha<
been our putil fir the last -rInI: YVAus, and has wit-,
persevering industry, profited by all the ample oppor
timiities which our establichment in Columbia all'r.
BLANDING & REYNOLDS.
Coluim"'i. it..., ' 845- 20 IV
DRAPER AND TAlij'l..
The subscriber has reccieed a full as
sortenitt of Drap )'Eie. Linens, Satin
jiand Florentine resting's. Marseilles, Linen
i)rills, also a ilarge supply of French
'loths and Cassimeres, to which he would
invite the attentitin of his customers and
the public ge neraily.
A pril '21, 18.17. 25 tf
F. M. A ) A M 8,
ENGROSSER OF LAW,
And other Papers,
The undersigned will execute, with des
patch, all business of the above kinds en
trusted to him. as an Engrosser and Copy.
ist of Law and other Papers, Ile solicits
the patronage of the public. His office
is that. lately occupied by Mr. James D,
Bllanding. back of the Court House, where
he may usually be found.
F. 11. ADAMS.
8 4'ville, Apil 12, 1847. 24 ly
StJMTERVILLE, S. C.
VThe titadersigned, propietor of China's
lintel, at Sumter Court flouse, S. C., res
icetfuilly iniforms his friends andI the pub.
ne', that he has thtoroughly refittedl his llo
tel, and thaut it is now in complete order
for the accomniodation of Boardcrs, Visi
ters and the T1ra velling Public.
lie retairn- his sincere thanks to the
public ret large for their generous and Jibe.
ral paituonage, andi hopes by strict atten.
ston to th~eir cornfort to merit its continu
hlis estabhli~dhment is conveniently situa.
tedl on the lain street, near the Court
Iliouse.- anId will be found conv enient to
minbihers oft the Bar antd Planters visiting
the Court floiuse ont business. His table
will be carefully and' regttlarly furnished.
JOllN CHINA, Jr.
T1IE [ AMI)EN IlOTEL
IT Ii. P. BOYD.
Thte subscrib~er aninotunces to his friends
and the tr.a . ilinig publ.ic, that hto has takeni
that hu~tgo andi commodious Brick HOTEL.
contiguoius to the Court House, in this
town, wthere ihe will be able to accommno
date in the best manner, all wvho feel in
elined to give him a trial. The house has
been put in the bcst order, and newly fin..
ished throughout, and if an earnest desire
tot please will git e satisfaction, he is con
vincedl that all will he satisfied. His table
will be fturnishedl amply-htis bar will be
futrniiebc.'<:a thedi best Liquers, and htis
servate wil be as attentive as possible.
Camden, .lanur y 0. 1847. 11 (It
One line fintished Rose wood PIANO, of
excellent Tlone. wvith tihe newv Harp Plate
lO''c to sui t ihe tiune.
A splendid assortment of fine finished
FURNITURE, conisisting of Tables, So
fusa, Iitureaus, Book Cases, WVardrobes,
Side Ihi'ards, Hedsteads, Curled Maple anrd
Plain Wood Chairs, Rockinig IX,., &c.
&c. &e. For sale low by
J. F. SUThIERLAND.
N. B. Fturnitture rep:,ired or madeu to or
Catmden. Dec. 30, 1846, 9 t f
llacon an ieLardi.,
PRIME~ Nirtht Carolina Bacon andl best
eaf Lard, for satle low by
M. bRI1CKER & CO.
i full assortment of Ihon of every de
ceriptiont; Hollow Ware do..4for sa10 low
yM. DR UJCK - & Co.
Canruicn. Nov. n_ 181.a
S A. 1, .1U
igpublicity hi h 1vn V4r0
a U6 . *-,. ex..
M. HRs an iirteresn th SVILIO.
HOTEI, *'o h u-dorkesd coniltit
the buiinesi f 'ei h EsiUshmens tiall
Its details. Mr'.*HU'r 5 - efera11f end
favorably known (hisTifaving been evaral
years in the "Planters Hotel ' arici4atery
in the "Charleston fHoteli) ltihs suflice
to say thathisi numerous feiends.unite in
declating that there aInI b no doibt of his
acquitting himself sattsfsctofily it the po
sition he has assumed.
. C KER.
In begging a refeqence to the foregoing
notice of Capt. KaR the subscribeF avails
himself of the opportunity oi asstrin his
friends that the motto of the sPavilionw"
will be faithfully adhered to vzi "Every
eflort will be used to'prevent any itor
leaving the !!otsI dissitlaie'
(Signed) - JAS.:M. HURST.
N. 1.-The friends of S. D. PirCUER
will find him at the P. Hotel.
April 14, 1847. 24 . tf
(toiPosiTE TSH CAMDEN BANK.)
H. DRUCKER & CO
Wcould respectfully inform the citizens
of Sumter and the adjacent conntry, thai
they keep constantly on hand a large ail
splendid assortment of
ENGLISI, FILNIE AND AMERICAN
Together with a large a.tiortment of
R EADY MADE CLOTiI!NG,
of the latest style, andall qualities.
A large and well assorted stock of
of -very desprip'lon, with
Ilaiging$ ope and Twine,
Crockery, Marltware A' Cutleril
A large Stock of 1aq Caps, Bonnets
Boots and Shoes, of,all quallbies. and pri
ces, and many-many articles, to. nurMer
ous to mentioit.
For sale by M-T. DRUCKER & CO.
Camd en, S. C. Nov. 0, 1840.
DICKSON& LATTA would respectfull3
inform their friends and customers tha,
they have removed from their old stand t(
their new Brick Store above the Camder
flank, and have on hand, and- are receiv
ing conutantly, a new and full assorameni
of choice and slect Groceriesi -W hI
offer FOUL CA 1f, at a small advance o
Charleston prices. Feb. 24.
Fresh Raisins, P0runes, Filis,
.&c. &c. &c.
10 bores Layer Raisins in fine order
20 half do. -M. RL. do.*
20 quarter dlo. do. do.
30 dems Turkey Figs, weight 0 to 8 lbs.
2 boxes Genoa- Citron
I tub Zane Lurrants.
2 case. W, -IPreserved (Chaw Cha w,)
2 do. do. do. (Conquest) times do.
2 do. do. do. asstd. in qt. jarls
2 do. E. 1 o. Ginger
I do. Tam~Indsin Syrup;
Brandy Paches and Brandy Cherries.
Just receiveitpr stiamer DeKalb and for
sale by -DICKSON & LATTA.
Camden, 3. C. March 10.
New Buckwheat, Canal and N.
25 bags Philadelphia Burgwheat
10 barrels extra fine CandT Flour
5 half do do (10 do do
20 barrels extra North Carolina Flour
15 boxes English Dairy Cheese
40 do Goshen- do do
3 dozen English Gloster Cheese.
DICKSON & LATTA.
Camden, S. C. March 10, 1847.
Kentucky, N. Carolina and N.
4 BlbIs. 01(1 Kentucky Rye Whiskey, yin.
tauge of 1830
10 do. Old North Carolina Rlye Whisky
20 do. -- " " low jricid
50 do. New Orleans Rectified Whiskey
50 IBble. New Orleans Molasses
20 " North Carolina Flour, for sal" by
DICKSON & LATTA.
Camden, S. C. Nov.6, 1840.
Seed Polatoes, Onts and Rye.
100 barrels Irish Pototoes, white sprouts.
200 bushels North Carolina Oats
20 do do Rye.
For sale by DICKSON & LATTA.
Camnden, March 10, 1847.
Bacan Bacon !! Bacon I t!
200 choice Baltimore Hams
8000 lbs. Western Sides
4 barrels Lard.
300 pouands fine Tallow.
2 firkins Goshen Butter
25 Fulton Market smoked Tongues
4 1-4 bls. do pickled do
2 half barrels (10 do Beef.
2 do do New York Pig Pork.
DICKSON & LATTA.
Cam,1er Marc.h 0n 1847
l'hg xe fle'
terprise has. inded
che the stabsh end d
engaged inmal g is 1 6
on thse bi ltdings-aOm .
Th eioctlon, iver Pat
of resot for 1 leh cenis
new gommendatik. Andqj
ing..a very stroint cnsga
froin his own exnl.ce
very severe winter, betie
noes of the atmdsjhe reei
the beat"WfUer,.a-well iViqi
dencesliatidanbe' sdecedinl-W $i
.eicountry As regard# leal ,econ
a,d tpcedom from the In n
retard'the progress of in
lcges enti towns, this Instituton
pcoliar advantages: to whlch may 1 a4
ded, refined and. intelligent society nP 1
It Is .the purpose of the lcd to
build.up an institution in which a'thordtgh,
and, at..thI.s ame time, accomplIled edu.
cation may be obtaged; and regarding all
'education as radically defective, which
doqs not aim at the for atio'and trni .
of the moral bare to the
spirit sidYprecepts 6 P * ii *ill
eideior . to aeducati at
as:th-e minds and manf bleh popis
and toprepare hem for beotiiing usefsl -
and ipteligent menbers of soc i-y.
Delicacy forbidi thi Principal W, spak'
of the om pee'y o of hiisclf ad t rs
DuBosE to conduct- such an l'en i~ton,
but he pledges himself that th'reachers
engage', are of the first order in their4e.
- A Chapald has been. opened .ad-the
yoU" ladies will enjoy the.advangiqWao
regular religious services everySabbat5
Tho scholastic year will consup.-6f ten,-. 4
months. A vacation of two- weeks w
be given from the 1st to the 15th ofMa,
and the exercises close on the 27th'ef No
TERMS FOR TEN MONT1Si
Board and Tuition, including
Fuel, Lights and Washing,- $150 00
Must-Piano or Guitar, incli.
ing Vocal Music and use of
Insiruments, -. . -50 00
Drawing-and.Paintin, . - 0 00
Spanish, German or halian, 40 00
MrYThe. terms, except the furnishing of
Stationery, will be the same as they1have
been during the present year.
Rxv. .. J.. DUI3OSEI Mrs M.R.DUBOSE
ISAACAULDO.. 1:ss -MARY HjOiRT.
Dr. AsOO'will eliver a urake' Lee
complete chemical and ph6iosophical app
ratus will be provided for illustrating by
experiments, the sobjects of his Lectutes
Instruction in Vocal 31dusic Swill formt
part of the exercise. of the school, but
neithe~ for this, Cliemistr~ notLaitInand
Greek, will there abe any extriu de.?.
The charge ol' *150 will covet all the .d
penses of a pupil., 'unles shi:recefresia.
struction, in Instrumental Music, Drawing,.
or the Modern Languages.
N. -B.--Each young lady will-be airpect.
ed to luave her name distinctly mar1ged on
every articlo of her clothing, and alfe to
furnish her own towels.
Nov. 11,18M6 2g i
New Spring and Siunrer
The undersigned would respectfully in
form itir -customers in Sumnter and the
public generally, that they atiog nl a . .
large, and splendid assortment o~rn
and Summer Goods, zogeth-er with edy
Made Summer Clothing, PalofLeal e
horn and Panama Hlats, GocrlJ
ware, Cutlery, Crockery, Carro raf
&c. &c. &c., all of 'which, will be';l o
their usual lo. priccs.
M. DRtCKER4 Co
Camden, A pril 14, 1847,
*PIChTLED SALMON, M43 ~ I
3 hal( barrels Pickled SALMON
10 do MACKEREL No 1
15 lialf do. do doe
5, gyr do do do
s2kaand half~kits do do-I .
3 barrels . do do
5 do . d
Camen, DICKSON & L TFA
SE RS AND-.TOB4G~,
-A-nw s4 ly, and' ot' thefr4Iipor.
tation of choice anid approved'rand.
of Segers and- Tobacco, '0eri~~M
quality. For sale by .
20 lbs. Pearl Bairley. j ta r eeved an
for sale by DICKBSON'&LAT'r
Rosendale Hydraul e~nem
A fine article for lininisle Iate~sur
Basements, &c. &c-, just re t~,
Wanted immedfat, &A de t'
learn the Printing hus u,'4r1
12 or 14 yea~a~ ~Iacprd*
spell tolerably wvell wl just seit~ AppT
at this office.. .