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impurity of t~ieoo .rdel Itisthe
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eral rfierof theb ,
allo ate stirai t
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wedn ty i neteuoih
pro, qesaistron. I
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initi woistta sand all -etions4A
in'i binp an rear t
uii,flifsio,but marked r '0d
aftertking pebotlej will., b cessary
to ue the'Hdriddted Potash
Not wishing to -pblish ce tils
doAeJIn the case of all quack edi
dayto ef bet their sale, and sdfore them uP
on the public, the subscribert ogs leave to
state that this preparation haeen presbribed
and used by anumber of Phyuiclans.andPlan,
ters of our city and-neighborhoodwith
success, viz: Dr.. H. . Frost, Dr.W 1,.
Ramsay, Dr. Thos. Y Simmons, Dr. C.O;
Pritchard, Mr. S.'Legare, Lieu Wilson, U.
S. IL S., all ofthis city, Dr. J 'es Stoney,
Beaufort. Dr. J. A. MayeaSumiteir &c.
For the composition ,of this preparation,
and the'Medicinal Properties of theQueeh's
Delight, Physicians are repe full -efered to
the 6th and 6th Nos. Vol.1, of the "Southern
Journal of Medicine and Pharmacy."
Price $1 per bottle, or 05 for 0 do. The
same preparation as a Syrup, is also prepared
at'*1 per quart bottle, or *5 per 6 bottles.
Prepared by J-PETER M. EPPING,
- . hIemist and Druggist, King-St.
- Chareston, 1. C.
Foi-sale in Sumierville b the A
JOHN .MILLEM. D.
?TThe subscriber will receive negroes la
boring under any of the above mentioned dis
eases, even the most hopeless and obstinate
cases, on treatmeut; or those persons having
.Uniound negroes, and not wishing to incur
the expense attendant on such treatment,
and:are willing to dispose of them with the
view oseeing them cured, will find a. pur
chaseri the subscriber, who is willing to
*give g'I price for such.
Mach 31, 1847. 22 ly
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders to any
extent in the above line, both for new work
mzad'epairs. Our Gins are not surpassed by
-any made in the State, p6ssesing all the ad
-vantages of the Failing Breast and Sliding
Ribs, which saves a great deal in way of- re
pairs. We also use the, Steel Plato Saws,
vith teeth set in an angle that cannot possibly
injure tie finest staple, with an improvinent
,to regulate the meting of the cotton; our brush
- is constructed en a plan, giving at once, the
*avautages-of lightness, strength and force
all very material in the successful operation
.of a Gi~p. We would invite planters to call
-at our dhop andi -examine for themselves,
whilst wo would assure the public generallg,
that tliey' iill have no cause to complamx
either of o work or p rices.
We are also prepared to do work in the
Cabinot line--such as Bedsteads. Wardrobes
Safes,-Book cases, Stands, Tables, Cupboards,
&c. &c. at short notice, on liberal terms.
Oppsite the Preslyterian church.
~Sumtervi e, Apr-il2, 1847. 20 ly
Plantation for sale on RIat
'The subscriber off'ers for sale his plantation
eon Raftin creek, containing about six hun
-dred acres, ori half of which is cleared and
in good order 'for cultivation. It is situated
W- near the Camden Branch of the South Car
.olia Rail Road, four miles from Boykin's
ills, and the same fifom two other mills, and
itwelve from Camden. On the premises is a
comfortable dwelling and all necessary out
buildings. It has fline water, and is of unex
ceptionable health. For information by let
ter, address the bubscriber at Camden.
D. M. HERIOT.
Sept.18. , 48 3m
WEW FALL GOODS AT THlE
* 1YI. DRIdCIER & 00
-owreceiving from the North, a very
u~j&d splendid assortment of Seasonable
Godcontisting in part of, Cloths, Gassi
#frs 8attinete WVestings, -Linens, Sccarfs
* *-* Cravats and Stocke--plaw, figured and strip.
'ed Alpaccas, ad other desirable Goods for
-Ladies' Dresses; Also, a splendid variety of
.Calipop endChintzes, an the very boat and
chga st tof.Bleached and.Brown
The bqoGoode have'been soledted with
'thegrea?t , expressly for the Crmden
Maret ddhaving been purchased on-the
'most adaitgosterms [for cash,1 will be
* sold at avery-small advance on the Northers
- Hartlware, Grcole"" ggngRo
Tlwine, Boots and Shoes.
NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
The undersigned :has received and n
* (A.~ ~ppn his FA LL STOGIf, suitable for thu
* reaoconsisting of-.
* ,~tCashmeres, DeLaines, Gala Plaids, Cali.
vAcoes;'Cloths,-Cassimeres, Tweeds, 8atinette
Flannelg, TBtanketa, :Linse ,_Ner-eloths
Ready-ipaade Coats, Vests, 'Dress-shits, 'Un.
*dei-shirts'.Brawers; Bleached and Browr
s heetings andI 4hirtings, Fashionablo H1at~
'and Caps, together -with an .aasortmnent o
Hardware,.Iron, Steel, Cut, and wro't. Nails
* :Cr~ker, ~adloryand Groceries;rkhic
ccA call-fom purdh ~ ,lited.
Oct. 8 6
Vz? Aar k' est
~hr~ ord alis ~~~ renoh
i 1805;su'sh and ea.
W.aii o t i'd
let: oldQh e o(erold),
ruy o wino,
Vi ibat igrrspe sn
seg inger; West India
S es, cukrants, citron
ia, Gd Lenf,
approvedau t..4it receiveddad for sale.
by 8. . LEVY.
Camder.4Nov. 15~ 1847. 8.t(
stliiene la t uform ths
Public that,~ ong Mn ny,4tli October, he' vill
commence runnim a wHLia A ,14
between bumtbrilie and 1)rntnC. 11
on the Idllowinidays',viz..
Leave-Suinteri~ille on Modfy., at 0TA~ M.
and arrive at .Darlington:C. H. same day at
jeave Darlington cJ. HI. on-Tuesday 0 A.
Mand arrive at Surnterville same daya
P. M. .- yat
Leave Suinterville .on Wednesday at 0 A.
M. and arrive at Darlida
at 7P. M. 'go C1snoa
Leave Darlingtimn C. H. on Thursday at 0
A. M. and arrive at Sumterville ame dlay at
By this arra ment persons Travellin
on this line from Darlington, will be detaine~
but one night in Sumterville. as the Stag'e
leaves here on Wednesday arid Friday morn
ings, andai-rives at Gadsden in time fo'r the
evening train of Cars to Columbia.
IIT The route will be supplied with.a care
ful Drivertood horses and a comfortable
:8. Via-.-e M. BUT le
Oct. 1, 1847- 49 tf
872 The.- Charlestonm' Courier and Chesrawo
Gazette, wvill publish once a week until forbid
and send their accounts to this ojice for pay
Mr.and r. lasse s Board
lng School at
COLUMB I S. C.
This school will be eopond in the large
and commodius building, opposite the Episco
pal Church, on the second Monday in N.
TERMS PER QUARTER.
Board, including all'items, $50 00
structio in plling end Reading, 8 00
The above with Writmig and Arith
metic, . . . . 10 00
The above with Grammar, Geogra
phy and History, - - . 12 00
The above with .Higher Branches, 15 00
French, German, and Latin, each '15 00
Piano and Guitar, each . . . . 15 00
Harp . -. . . 2000
Use of Piano and Guitar, each, . . 2 00
Use-ofnthe Harp, -a.l . 5 00
Drawng and Painting, . -s. 12 00
Competent teachers in each of the above
studies are engaged.
Madam FaUGAS from Charleston iill give
a course of dancinrv lessons at our house du
rfug November ana Decenber-oterbs $12.
Mrs. HTASSELL gives every day a Singing
lesson free of charge.
.The young ladies' rooms v"ill be suple
Parlour boarders can be admnittd.
.Payment in advance from the time of ad.
mittance, but none for less than one quarter.
The Hion. Chancellor HARPER, the Hon.
P. BU'rLa, Dr. ILAnORDE of the S. C. Col
lege and Mrs. M. C. IzARD in Colubia, hav
mng sent their daughters to Mrs. -HASSELL du
riag the last two yeare, have been kind
etheir names as references.
Sp.2,14.- 47. tf
(TR LOOK HERE.AR
SThe subscriber has just returned from
.the North wvith a full and wvell selected
stock of CLOCKS, WATCHIES, and all
kind of JEWELRY. Also, PISTOLS, Fine
CUTLERY, PERFUMERY, sTOYS and
Knickc Knackeries of every descriptioni.
The above stock is the largest that has
3ver been offered in Sumterville. Has been
selected with great care, and cannot fail to
Purchosers may expect to find great bar
gains for Cash.
The .subscriber returns his greatful ae
knowledgments for past favors, and solicits~ a
renewal of patronage.
Sutevil, ep.FREEMAN HOYT.
Sumervll, Spt14, 1847. 46 ty
-N. 1.-Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry re
paired as usual.
The subscribers hereby give notice that
upon the 16th day of October 1847, theyen
teredinto a Copartnership under the name
and lirm of CIIISIIOLM & McLAURIN,
'for the transaction in the Village of Stynter
vdle So. Ca., of a general Cash Mercantile
Business. The siaid firm consisting of: An4
gas Chisholm & Daniel B. McLaurmn, gene
ral partners, and Isaac Jaines Chandler, spe
cial partner, Who has conributed to the com
mon stock the sum of $1500 00, as his ipro
portion of the capital thereof, and whowill
be entitled to receive oneo-third of the profits
which shall be realized and, gained in the
iransaction of the paid Mercantile business;
and tha.the '-t Copartnership will termi
nate uym, the trat day of October A. D.
1840. . A. ClH ISHOLM,
D). B. McLA URIN,
L. J. CHANDLE R.
Keyt. 20, 1847- 51 6w
N. CAROLINA BACON.
2500 ,youwidu North Carolina Bacon, for sale
by m1rKnOr & LArTTu
Ltcl t and -kip sewed
Bcots/At 212 to 07.
Heav: water proof seweliW; Id do.
Fin a au gged w. proof e
Fied calf ewe and peg'd do noat d
-7 -41t6 2 1-2 -
Stout do andh 4i wed aid lpeggId d
87 to 114, -
A lot of hmeleideDooteesa 1 to61-44
Ughtcalf ilkasii at11.4o2
do do ani kip Boot&e, at 0ct 1 1-2
do moreco.Pumnps, at 75 to 100
Black and cooedGaiter Boota.
Pumps and 11%eat:l 00 to 175
Black and'cdd Gaiter Shoes, at'75 t15
Morocco an 1 ilking shoes, at 70 to 125
Bealand lea do - do at 7%to100
eat Philadolja Ties and Slippers
at 57 t - J0
Noroccof ddthoe Ties.aid 8lipposk,
Prunella Tio' and Bus.. a 75 to 100
Seal, leather ani morocc kins,
Kid and Freuch Mo. Ties and Slippers,
at 75 to 100
Prunella and col'd gambroon at ;7 1.2 to .75
Leather and pump wit Bootees, at50 to 87 1-2
CHIILDR E'8 -
Bl'k and col'd mo. kid Ties and Buskins,
at 25 to 75
Leather, seal and morocco atQ5 to 62 14Z
Black and colored Gaiter Boots at-50 to 75
Infants Ki4-Dootees,at 25
0:'r4000 pairs men's and boy's rus
set and black Brogans, at 50c to $1
House servant's strap shoes and buskins,
at 02 to. 7
A(alf-skin, Lining-skins, shoe thread and
allkitds of shoe maker's tools always on hand
aind ofihe best kind.
LARGE'A SSORTMENT. OF HATS.
MeiN Parisian style Beaver Hits
", black and drab cassimere do
" 4 " "' brd and medium brin'do
pear, Plated, coney and glazed do
fur, cloth, velvet and glazed-daps
Boy's do do do do *do
Children's fancy cloth and velvet, do
ALso-Men's and boy's round6d square
top Hats, very low, either at retil or bythe
Ladies and missas leghorn, tuseduiand rice'
china and.ccburg braid, lawn, bilak bomba
zine, rutlandrIlnglish straw, coloied' lawn,
silk and alpac ,in and flgured willow, &c.
in all ]heir - varieties and siapes, at prices,
that cannot bei beat
Holding toAehz iasvh System, my intto
shall'b 'ales and snauprofds," ask.
in none sn' 'etra price to make up
for the losses pustained by the credit system
OErRememier all shoes over 50 ct. are
wa rranted, anai in every instance rips repaired
without -charge. Boots and Shoes made to.
order, and half-song and mAendin execnted
with dispatc4 ~ G. WV. OLNEYj
,Opposite the Bank of;Camden.
iCJ"A. Bumn, who has been in charge of the
Messrs.. -Bartlett's business ini this -plaee,
since 18%44, respectfully informs their edsto
mere, and his friends generally, that- having
the sole conduction of the above concern, for
Mr. G. W. Qiney, he hopes by attention and
assiduity, to merit a continuance of patronage.
Cam nen, Oct. 13, 1847. 50 tj
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS,
CARPET BAGS AND VALICES.
The suliscriber is now receiving his fall
and winter stock of Boots, Shoes, Trunks,
&c. selected from the best mnufactor'ies in
the country, which he offers at very low pri
ces for cash. IHis stoek consists, in part, as
Gentemen's fine pump and welted Boots
.do -do and common water-proof
-do do Opera Boots
do do and common pegged Boots
do do do do Biootees
do do wvator-proof do do
do do light Shoes and Bootees
do Heavy Oregon Boots
do Cloth and Listing Gaiters
(d0 do Congress Boots
Ladies' colored silk Giiters
do Linen and black ating Gaiters
do Lasting Congress Boots
do white Kid and Satin Slips
do black Kid Slips and Ties
dog do do Gaiters
do' do do Buskin Ties.
do do do morocco walking shoes
do do Lasting Tips.
Misses' black morocco Polka Boots
do brdnze, tuorocco lace do
do do and c'olored morocco Busktin
do sehool shoes and boots
do Kid shpja and Ties
do Indian Rubber shoes
Boys' fine calf peo'ged Boots
do do do <7o Booteos
(d0 do .do do and sewed Boots
do Kip sewved and pegged do
To'vether with a great variety of Children's
Fine Trarelling Trunks, Carpet Bags, Va.
leces, School and Nurse Satchels, common
Trunks, Mens and B1oys fine Cloth and Silk
Caps, Infaints Silk Velret Caps.
Calf Skins, Sole and upper Leather, Bdnd
and Harness Leather, Patent Leather, Lining
and Hindaung Skins, Calf Skinis fo- Saddres,
Black Morocco Skins, Shoe T hread, Tacks,
Camden, Oct. 13, 1847. ,)I~,
No. 187, East Bay, Corner of Qj n
- (CHARILESTON, 8. O
Fashionable Clothing anid Tailoring Em.
tablishmont, and -every variety of Gentle
mans' Outfitting. Goods imported direct froms
March 10,.1e47. 19- t
a d Ta - r
t e c i k
e Ile d by i he '
jlstivnter s~ned'spergnsolar, and t~n
30, for'siae n' .: - - :.; .,T
boxs, New, C 6 D!b
2 casks" Londni4
2 do Ph ila)d
10 bakets hampne f
2 bueiflue 'lemon: p -.
3 it I do . NP, akiFn
3 " common do o
tra wberry, Rasperry and Pine Aplerup
Fust received bywagon from Gadsdfen.
DICPON* L AT'A.
Sdozen ich mia~tion E li e
do boxekla i ester's eheese
Pmne ANp. do
TOOt S W4 i Oe
mesltwe ie ptrior Perl
2 do MACER
2hafdo1 .on'--,~ doa
5 do domrcd do do
taartery aespbierr n Maret Pikledru
[ust remnaneacivlrt'ied by' vgtheo addn
.ic anne -
T DICKSU, &.IAT1A.
Preeroisaa d 'etes ese
Eastdand shelingiab' pos. si
Pine , ipp he alln,1,an
FJy wigon byo gprGudsd..
Nortaolin seedo RyPa eal t o
saeb DbICKSON LATA.
POct.e 13, 1847.n5 lt
FO barlFike AL&IOfD
2H duocbe wiACdrE theSum
nake ndiv a dito t disEtali
nonh wa of o, do2t eiil e
Whepad ha itmn o dw i cost&ur
>~na o b argelst anichto Mstk Pickled
aritic lein e Derrinslie Patusat
0 atmondt alu MaereflA retail' by th
DRESSt GOO DCAND SHAWLS.?
Our Frntales'Roq w~ti~e erich
onlrgedu andll as hereoe.bodvtdt
?ile iel stoc wiallthe~ aen'
)t'yves, of DOMhS' GOuOs, rEid
I wagln beor Iensto urh
Nityia the loedRy rie ats.o
O 2t51 3 1847. 50. 3t 8.
THE-I Chamcbr s, d -u h Streer
wre'pallea thsAutu, o ho w ts ansd
xiehefsthe lar~g es t Wihes prck of esR
telat iunte ouhr n H ou nt twl
ful ' his f sro fore an kepevr
hrie i- t h D #tGo ds lie anrlue tat.
dation ofi oVstoralstl s and thDe' RI
nnagdadwl ash ndofr iberalot~t
r Retail Depa te attent in thera
1tle o DO SIC GOOS, KE
and will beour nde 1&p~ to ura
rnoeo:the ar a t nd tetc0 ip sr
2~ ige.Casonnbume.s C n
Dcch N r
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4ipy horn w oi. ot sai i
friend.%0 'arw tYutrtelefra
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ant mi enqui i .~ Wondig,)~b~'~
aCo n~ tui Orts, Rptm oU o~t
aYndrveqllu *111 biidcUe inttjo
And yet116 1~ Oweinl~inths"urfi&-i,
tharihew 26CElNTWgitlib Qpr tceorel
:pao.&t rn~r~tij~h ft
Offe rIc. EVn~
TEMTE M MaRBLEs 1 ,
aw.~ 4 55'L0 p a i
venied~ w " "uetiyt~ ~ n..b
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