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SMALL PROFITS FOR CASH.
THF. subscriber is now receiving a large and
general assortment of New Goode; viz:
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery,
Carpentera Tools, Crockory.; Shoes and
Boots, Hats, Caps and Bonne's;
R E ADY MADE CLOTHING.
Coats, Vests,'Pants, Shirts, Fine Black Cloaks
BAGGING AND ROPE;
Tobacco, segirs, &c.
Violins, Guitars, Flutes, &c.; and also, a so
lected lot of Italian Violin awl Guitar string-,
antI a gre-it many Fancy Articles too tedious
to mention. All of which, will be sold low
3 kits Mountain Butter
0 bushlns Cranberries.
3000 lbs. slaughcred Dry Hides.
L. B. HANKS.
Opposite China's H1otel.
Nov. 15,1817. 22 tf
NlW FALL AND WINTER
The subs:riber would respectfully inform
the citiz-ns of Stunterville and vicinity, that
he is now receiving anl opening his FALL
STOCK of Gon, consisting 0:
Dry Goods, Grnceries, lhardware, Cutlery
anl Crockery; Mmos and shoes; Hats and
Caps, &. &c. &c. A. LORYEA.
Oct.20, 1817. 41 tf
D. J. W IN N,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Onc door aborC McLcan's old
Respectfullfreturna4 his thanks to the citi
zens of this I)istrict, for the entcouragilg pa
cronage they have thus tfar given himin since
his coimmenicemiient in busimess.
Ile is now receiving and opening a very
FINE STOCK OF GOODS
in his line, which he proposes to sell and
make up upon equality, on as good terms as
any in the place. All persons wishing to
have work done, are respectfully solicited to
give him a call, be:'ore purchasing elsewhere,
as lie will endeavor to give general satisfac
Sumnterville, Oct. 20, 1847. 51 tf
Or JUT R & RIVED...)
The subscriber informs his friends and cus
tomers that he his just received by the Ia
test arrivals from the North, the following
Goods which in adiiton to his former supply
he will dispose of at the l.mrest prices for cash.
Fine gold pen--, with or without pened.1 ca
Ses; 1oie Guns anld Revovingr l:sto:s;
Flutes; Fifes aciml Accordiocs; Vcolin and
Optiek Glasses; Fine Pocket Cutlery; Ra.
gers' Razor strop, it supericor article: 'See!
B'ails and steel Intc anid purse clasps; (
thick clocks-eight day; Pcrtsc.s.on caps;
&-. &c. &c.
Nov. 22, 187-1. 4 tf
A UR k Ii E.
The subc-:riber res.pectfully informs his
friends an.l the public in genelr i, ih it he has
fitted out a It mee as a I1 ldSl'A 1U R.TA[, oppo
site Matthmeson's cMor'e, an I betw~'een Davis's
Iotel amnd 13 vdl's I lotel, where wvill he found
Eatables of timn best kund ihm nirket can am
for.l. Also, lantedl Oysters-all of whiell
will he served up ina thle bh. style. Thelm
Bhr is furnshm I wt hia4ors and Cigars, oi
the be'st qhuality.
The sub~ser.ber laving a lon~t experieanct
in the businens, hyescc, by s.riet attenition, tI
merit ant C:putl shm re of pubhlic intranacte.
Cam len, Nov. 3, 1317. 3 if
Oflcc 2 doors Norzth if the CJour! llouse.
ATTORNEY AT" LAW,
W. E. IIICIIARDSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND
SOLIUII'OR I.V lQUII'Y,
S[IMTE RI' I L LE, S. , C.
Th a -ribe'r,baim~n ale arrancgemmen
to 3 mt h r d.tr.nt. l te present sason, will sup.~
p:, the S.munefnile.Micrket three timers pa
week.--or every daty if he canm get sullie'eni
encouragoinent to do so-wit h t he best hiee
th-at can be pro:utrcl. lI ars been at con.
si lerable expmse toi rnble htm to a :r -omo.
d ite his frienni6 in thIts zmtter and holpes thece.
furo that they will give him their p.rn:e
Sunmtervile,July1 21, 1a 17. 38 f
J, L. HAYNS WORTH,
SUMTlERIVIlLE, S. C.
Orricz os Doon~ 80LTI or Tnii 1U1:0 Sromnr..
Rl la C 0 M M 10 N 1) A T1'10 N.
We respceI tfully c t-sfre i reciominraic .\lIr.
. urs I.. II. Naw', r. ii, n1 a a .ktlifui and t hr
nngbtly qjit.ditlb-d operator int his.. prfs.in andl
fumliv enI tite.l ti the con l~hnce of the conunt.
nity uatI arge. I l, h 1 ben nur pupIl I'..r the
last TInr r~ . I InS, antl has with persevering in
dust ry, pcroth'rd hv all Cthe an,pleu opport urn iie
whicha our ectalihchmn in CoImul 'jin uraldd
III2ANilIINO & itlIV NOLIOS.
Columbit,i. May k1..~. .20 Iv
RloseindaieI E~ydra'ulic Cc.
A fine nrticle for liningt Cisterna',
Florinig IBa.'ments, &c. &c., just re.
ceiveid andt fnr se bv
'Tqhe subscriber is now receiving from New
)ork, llostQn, and 1hiladelphia, a beautiful
and.wel~ selected assortment of Dry Goods,
Grecerdes, Hardware, Cutlery, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Cape, Saddlery, Stationery, Confoction
ary, Perfumery, Cigars, &c. &.c.
As there was no pains spared in selecting
Goods of the latest style and buying them for
Cash entirely, the subscriber is satisfied that
he can sell them as cheap as they can be had
in Charleston, or .any other market in the
Stnte. P'ersons wishing to buy Goods woulI
find it to their interest, to call and examine
this stozk before purchasing elsewhere.
J. T. SOLOMONS.
Agent for R. SoLt1oGNS.
At the store formerly occupied by D. Solo.
nons, : doors above the Court Ilouse.
Sept 15, 1847. 46 tr
GOODS! G OODS 1 !
I have just received and am now opening
a very large assortment of every description
of Goo Is, comprising Dry Gools, Groceries,
iardware, Cutlery, S a d d I e r y, Crockery,
Drugs, Paints, Oils, Carriage Trimmings,
Shoes and Boots, llats and Caps, Bonnets,
Ready-made clothing, Cooper's ware and
Carron ware, and a variety of other articles
not to be found in any other store in the place.
The stuscriber h'ving laid in his Fall stock
with a view to the pirefrise or Cottia luring
the Business season, would respectfully Icall
the attention of lIn Public to the sane lie
will give the highest narkiet. price for cotroni
or othIier country produce inl CO.h or BHrer.
A. J. MOSIES.
Suniterville, Oct. 13, 14-17. If
To Ilse P1ublic. and to 4aw
M LLOWNE E61%.
The subscrhbr, liaving purchased of W.
B. Elkin Rghts to Suinter I ret, of I lot.i
kiss' Vertical Raction Vhinpls fiir S-.w
Mills anl other Machinery, and having te.t
ed them fully to my s-tisafaction anl to tie
satisfaction of all who hive scean them, I nlow
ofTer them to thl 'ublic. i will warrant
then to dotble the rnpacity of any Mill or
Machinery on any other plan, with one th:rd
less water. Any persons wishing to purch-se
i idividial rights or wishing the improvenunt
mnale, on very reasonable terns, will apply by
letter to Mechanicsville, (post paid) where it
will be promptly attended to,
.M. I.. SPITZER.
July 21, 1917. :N1 1;.,,
F'AM IL.Y G t OG vjms.
Smoked Salmon Tongues and lBeef;
Pickled do Maclckrel and Tongucs.
Sardines. lobsters, anicovies, capers, olives,
filmitation lEnglisha and Northern cheese, mane
Crushed anl loaf sugar; assorted brown do.
Rio and Ol .lava coll'e: superfine hyson
-nd gun-powder teas; N. Orleans and \Vest
Ildia Mlolasses; Irif barrels Nortlherni Flour;
CIIA MP'A YUSE AND LIQUORS.
Baskets champagne, of superior brands;
Champe and other cordials ; best French
irandy, vintag? 15; spll. sherry 4amd a
deira wines;- tenler tt and iaalaga 'wines; old
Scotch and matonongahela whiskey; .1;amaaica
and Northern RuM; I holland Gin (very old).
Ol Peach and Apple llr.idy; old l'or. wine,
very superior; orgeat, ginger, raspherry, le:
ona and oth:r syrnaps.
It -'N ElLR VE S.
WVest 1ula Prer.erve I !rianr-r: West I(d;a
preserved pine A pfle4; pmiC, peaches, p .
and1 cherries. Fresht 1.run., ctra:is. ei:r .n
lI'.terd lyaiaa. ltegalia, Gold Ie:if,
Cha:ries:on, Crowvn I !!i#-, a:ai varons o:lr
ipprovedJ brands. .J .e rue,.-.! I. an: for Ie
byv S. hi. 1,d\'V.
Camden, S. C., N w. 15, 1- 17. :i t
GIN M AKiINU & V.
We 'are .reprd to ex':e te ders to aniy
edxtent ink th Il ove tiOV lin, ho! t h fr niew~ work
id repairs. t):ar G~u are not sair;n--se-l '.;
-ny maide mi theC S;:ii, possesinjgr all tanz i
vantages of thme 1lnlin ike' an : uil.l.ia
Ilijbc, whaih s:tyves a great de:zl i :a wt ., ov r
pairs. We :dso i- u1se. sh jet-Jane .';i.
w .:h Iit set in ; ? an :ng e .hi;t e-umtt iosaV
o r'ey~: te the mou; ag a: thle coittoa; aour bru:-il
.s construacted ont a p::m, giving at o: ', ti 1
a Ivanatage~s of I ghittwes, a : ihan.l sue-.
Vll vr ma:tt': .1 'a the2 2:e.iu! 'a :'rainot
:t ata . th) e woai l c..ai . * p :1:-'. . ' l
tat aI:' . .n i .: ia cae' tor 1:,..;
We : re alsoi prepatred to do w e'rk in the
Cabin a line-samb as 1B2lsle:hs. \\' rd,. ,ea
Sae onk (ases, Snudls, T'aba.f, Ca phwi'r Is
&:. &c. at slhor: noicae, ont HLerI d tr.1..
ilUI l~)ON & fltOnilt.
O)pp:oite' t!e P'resia'p.~irjn c'wre:.
Sumnterville,A. rIl 22 1S17. 2i ly
The" sublscriber ril''rs for s ile hi phnat u.a::
on Outnil cres:, contai.ngi about Z'.x lhan
dred acr'-, one h-io wht: h :s c!l re I nan I
in good ordl r for enit~an:..a. 1. i. s~tauted
near athe ramd~ean hrua'u-h oft the> r
ibn- i d WjaId, iouir mha es fr'cu B wViln'.
amll, :ua t the aunte roma t wo i: her moai s, an I
twelve i rola amnien. (On t Ih pr:na~es is a
comafo rtable dlwe'li og antd all neces.:ary (cuni
bunibli np. It has tine wacter, andl is of u i'.
e0p-.imabhle he:dt ha. Foir imotrniiationi byv her
ter, addrile?'i the s tscrib 'r a1t amaaban.
D). M'. 11i E IOT.
NEW FALL G001)S AT TUE
M. EDRUCkEI~ & C4J
Are naw receiving fromu the Nartha, a vr
large and jlenid as.artiment of X'uuaoabe
Goow.b;, aont's!in in) art of, Clothla ('.wi
Cravais and Stockls-phun. Ii'ated aIand strip
erl .-\Ipac.;as, anal othier alesirable Gtooda for
I ,rii:s' IDresrns; AlIso, a sp'lendida va raety of
C alicoes ad Chiant/.es, and th- ' ery be031 antd
cheapest assort :at of Bleachaed and roiwin
The aborve Goods have been selected with
the greatest care, exparessly for the Craadbn
M arket, andl hzvinag been'purchaased oan the
maost adlvaantageonae terims [ior c'ash,] wv;lIl be
sohrl at a very small advance On thae Northaerr
Aliso- A ILargen Stock of
Hlardwarc, Groceries, Bagging Rope,
NO ADY4NURIN SHOES.
As successor to H. Bartlett 4- Co., I have
opened at the store fdrnierly occupied by
them, a large and well # ifeted assortment
of Boots and Shoes, 'vhich for quantity,
quality and cheapness, I cali safely DEFY ALL
COuPTTIe. Aly stock has been laid in at,
the manufactories for cash, and notwithstand
ina the advance with others, I can and shall
ie7i at old pnices-give me patronage and
your anticipations shall be realized. In part
Li"lt calf; go-at and kip sewed and pegged
B3oots, at 2 1-2 to $7.
Ieavy water proof sewed and pegge'd do,
at 2 to S0.
Fine calf sewed and pegged w. proof Bootes,
1 14 to $2.
F.ne calf sewed ami peg'd do neat do
1 1-4 to 2 1-2.
Stout do and kipl sewcd and pegged do
b7 to I N4 0
A luoo home made oont es, a 1 to $1 1-4
Light calf Boots, all sizes, :t 1 1-4 to A2
(10 do anl kyp looteeii, at 50c to 1 1-2
do morocco l'utimip, at 75 to 1 00
L 4 )IE.S'
Black and colored Gaiter Boots.
Pmntnpa and Velt, :t 1 00 to 1 75
IWack and colore l Gait.cr Shoes, at 75 to 1 25
Morocco and kll walking; shoes, at 75 to 1 25
Sril and leather do do at 75 to 100
Best Philadelphia Ties and Slippers
at 57 to 1 00
Moroco imd nleather T:cs and Slippers,
at 5!) to 75
l'runmelia Tie and I1-skins, at 75 to 100
Sen!, leather ai. morocco fhuskins,
t :17 1-2 to s7 1-'!
Kid and French Mo. Ties and Slippers,
it 75 to 1 0)
Prunella and col'dl gatithroon at :37 1-2 to 75
Leat her and pumpi wit lhote'S, atA50 to -7 1-2
Cill!. D R .'N
Bl'k an1d col'd ill. kld TIes and Buskins,
at 25 to 75
.eIather, seal a:Il morocco at 25 to 62 1-2
Black and colocred Gaiter Boots at 50 to 75
lmunmts K;t H-1 . er, -n 5
r-l 0-0J ;, ;:, men s and holy's rus.
set an1i bl.e k ins, at 50s t :8
I bouse sorvanzt's at ri; uhoes and bn.-kinr,
at. i1 to -'7
allf-zskinu Li-ng-sis.z.O, shoe thread and
all k:ils of shoe ma kcr's tools alwa vs on hand
and11 of11 the bet kind.
L.A RGE A-NOR T.3IE.T OF ilITS.
Mlen'rz l'arisi-i s vie e:ver I Its
" hlack and ,trab cassimere do
S " lird and tiediim brit do
" pear, plated, coney'v aditl glazed do
"i fr, cloth, vevet anl glazed caps
Ilov's td) do d) do do
Clildrin's fatny it and velvet do
Ai.so-Me, aid hoy' s round and square
top l lats, ver lo-vw, either at retail or Ly the
13 ONNE T8S.
I.dldes aid Iplehiorn, tus:-an and ri-c,
cinita at ol burg br audt, lawn, black bomiha
zinte, ruthand, IEnl,.ti-h straw, colored laIn,
silk and alpaea, plain andui tigured willow, &c.
in till lhieir var.et is and sTapes, 1at pner,
11:1 canioit be hf.eat
I lodi.n to :the C'ash Sy.tlem, my mot'o
sIn I' r- u N d.-s adsl profit~,'
in, imvO i ray :i ext-ra price to tinake ip
for thi !by. s:ained hv the crelit systtem.
~il ttem:,ter all shoe's over i5) cs. are
v-rr:mtt-. otl m eiwry instan e rips rnpared
va;a i r r:e. 13 "1 and hwos nn.ie to
aor, :aad h -:-ohanl ::ming execnwed
l.:h drpachl. (. \V. 3LNEY111
Opi -;i( ye .' : an! o Camden.'
l' .\. lkt:m, who los bena in ch-rze of tlie
.\lgssrs. I:rtilet's busint.s in t h.s paice,
51mee 1 II, res2p-ect lily mi.ormsia thirr cuto
meirs. ciii hi" ite.edea tenrly, thiat inving
the~ . i- con Lation~,: o. lhe above contcernu, for
.r. ' ;. \\. )iun'y, hec hopes by' attetoi and
it . iV, to tmer:t a :ontinuancLe of p:ronage.
t'iim. eV, (1U..13, 1817. 50 tj
IH)OTlS, SHI OES, TI i RN KS,
1lThe suibscribeLr is now re ig h..-: t:il
ani:h w~ter stock or B iots, Shoe-s, Trun~ks,
& :. eetedl fromt the~ best mu-miutact:or.es ini
aM cotn: ry, whirbh h'e oll'ors at. veryi Jowi
ces :(ir c:.sh. 11.s s:oJk conists, in p ar:, a.
Genath-men~'s~ fl~*~ine pon and wv'hed 11%.:3
dlo dlo an id co: n:nozan wa r-; .r->n:
dlo a .' otinin p'~-e I a:
do di, i :'-r-:roof do :o
dt' d a. h: ,hes ani. I flaa:e
do o h a: . L.c g s,
dado jCongu..vla .:i:
l d.s' o e sii ;i : rs
dulini) :m: J!.a i, at- Gaier
(10 do dlo G~oaers w.a n .
Ido do: Ir~m TiP
dai brotaz',a uroxo.- hee- do
do do an.l coled mitorocc o Buskin
do schlool sho~es and boots
(14 K, s s..pls antd Ties
do Iladitn ibbecr shlons
dodo da, doo Boi ~ otcees
do do dlo do andl sewed Bloots
dau hip * sewed ad pa'g ed do
TIog.ethler with a reavt var~ety of Childre'n's
I-J'ine Tra2 I:riltin Trun!.s, (Cariart lags, 14a
bees', Ner /and ~ cus .Natefeuls, commonfi'1
TVrun?.s, .t!ien and? lilts finei Clo0,: if Sill;
an;d II :rness. I.eathercu, l'uent 1.e~:i!her, 1. ifing
an ! j||i:.~n .ins Ca(!i- NJ. ins /;.: S :4.1'e',
fl!tw/k .IIoroccoJ .Su. i :, *ame T)|rad, ac~lis,
Can nien, Oc t. 1:3, 184I7. 503 tj
A C ARlD).
.Yo. 1:17, l-.as flay, Corner af Quee-n-S.
(UIIA R? ILXNTO.Y, N. C.
Fasionable Chlting and Tailoring Er
t'alshmatent, and every variety of Gentle
menms' Outfitting. Goods imported direct from
Wrch 10, 1917. 1n tf
DICKSON & LATTA would respectful.
y inforin their friends and costomers thatthey
kave remqved from their old stand to their
kew Brick Store above the Careden Bank,
ad have on hand, and are receiving constant
y, a new anti full assortment of choice and
ielect Groceries, which they offer FOR
UA 811, at 4 sihall advance orig harleston
RUncon and Lard.
North Carolina Bacon
Leaf Lard, in barrel and kegs for sale by
DICKSON & LATTA.
Camden, S. C. Sept.-29, 1847.
1 114ananas, &c. &c.
1 ensk lleynods' Hains
1 " Licock's. do
Smoked Beef, choice pioces
llologna Sauseg', trerh. Just rece'ved by
I.1CKSUN & LATTA.
M1 ch naul Old' IM J1.16a (C off'e,
Tens, Chocolate, Cocoa, best and con1uno
lon!, crashed, clarified and liwana, and brown
Su ars. Also-All kinds of Spices, whole
_ _ -DICKSON & LATTA.
Canal and N. Carolina 1'our,
Canal Flour, "Extra," in barrels and 1-2 bs.
North Carolin Flour, from new wheat
Canal Flour. Just rect eived by
DICKSON & LATTA,
I door Norlth camden Bank:
FrCh Uniisiaas naid Prunes,
Boxe-; L:ver Rt1iis.na
:10 " l'rnr.-, in fancv boxes
20 drums Tnrkey Pigr, in prime order
I hale softi' ! Alnonds
100 lhs. se!ected a
So-, butter, and a variety of other crack
e.- )IICKSON & LATTiA.
Rletailed by the ianwl, by
D_ CK: ON & LATTA.
ib i s.
B 'st winter strained sperm, roar and train
(1), for sale by
DiCKSON & LATTA.
ider, Ale, P orter, &c.
ti baxe New Ark Cider; U boxes Claret
2 e-:ks London Pa!e A'e
2 do Philadelphia tdo) do
2 d 1 Lndmon Porter, in quarts and pints
1v 2 (- t Chiit.ie,favorite brands
-! n. li : ii z ~usyrup
3 " onnaan do do
St , Rispberpy and Rne Apple syrup
d1 i U' by wagon from Gadsden.
DICKSON & I.ATTA.
:3 dozen rich imitation Engrlish cheese,
3 do boxes Hatch and Wirichester's cheese
mild and rich, weighing 0 to 8 pounds.
2 dozen inglish Dairy do
Pi!e- Apple do
Received by wagon from Gadsden.
._ _ DICKSON & LATTA,
Senp,8 &C. &c.
To:ilet Soaps, Caste.3 dht; Toilet Powdrr,
y senmed, superior Pearl Starch, Yeut
Powider, Rose W Miter, &c. &c.
' DI K ON & LATTA.
Pick Led SaI E.n.n N:nckerel
Lochfine lHlci'aeinag, &e.
3 barrels pc!lvd SALI.ONu No. 1
2 do MACKF.REL do I
2 Inlf do do do 1
3 qu'r do do do 1
5 do do do du 2
Whole and ht: do do 1 &.2
Qu-irter b--r~cis Fal~ton Market P'icklcd
Kits Lo:-htite Ierr in.4s
(D- Sahnan and Lhe~e! retailed by the
a ngle ore..
Se~pt. 29. D'CKSON & LATTA.
j .a- all .izes. A s,..
P:ekle.s. ini Ihl' ali-, qjlurte and
North Carol>;n .e I live andI seed Outs ter
sile hy l)lCi.90N & LATT A.
Oct. 13, 1817?. 50 Ut
TI I :::eiter w ', du ring the Smmer,
:n-do cees to :al,:hI cnst to Its Estabh-h-t
me im th' way of flwn, so that he whli be
'e~ne.i t h s A munii:, to shoiist l~ erwomers
one' o ha inrst and. ri'rhst steeks of ~i DI
G'(OO) DNn :hue Sainhle-rn coutryt. It will
lhe his imetlion as heretofore, to keep every
artile ii th.e l)ry GooJ-t bue. I''rtien'r v -
trn:0 ; id :o all .-::< otf ,A I)IE.YRI
O ur 'r: ntt S der's' I~iii will be very imuchl
en!:r:erd mdi wil $s ha2el-one be de-vu:e I to
o~ur 1' ii lieprturnt. lI'omus in th~e rear
wvill bie w'ell sto:-l..d wth aill the leainer
It wvill be our endeay~vor to) o!ibr to purc-has..
ers one of th i largesit and best sto:-s in the
C.ty, and at the lowest p.orsile priceps.
253 King st. Chlarleston, S. C.
N. It -I--l Chunnerr, over 255 Kmgstreet
we sh'all, as ntinali, oflr to Mlerclints andi
others, a ilarge' stoik at Who!esalec, at prices
well wo trthyi their atention.
.lu'y 7, 1817- 3' tf
StLJM'T'IVILLE:, S. .
Tihe undelrsignedi, propritor of Chin-a's ho
tel, at Sumiter Utourt I louse, S. C., respect
iohly informs his frendcs nti the public, that
lie hias tha'roqghly relitted his Hotel, and that
it is now im compilete order for the accommo
dat ion of Boarders, Visitors antd the Travel
l ie returnis is sincere thanksa to the pdblic
at lartge for their geneirous and liberal patron
i lindhpes byv strict attention to their
- 'r torit its continutance.
I lis c..'l.shment is couveniently situated
on: Ml-n street, ntear the Court House,
anid wi be fannd convenient to members of
the ihr and P'lanters visiting the Court Hoeuse
onwbuainess. His table wvill be carefully and
-JOHN CHINA, .Tr.
no, 16, 1646. t f
E P P'I N Gr
COMPOIUND FUID EXTRACg OF
SARSAPARILLA AND -QUEEN
There are few cases of thronic and painful
[theumatism that will not yield to tie iifluj,,
mnco of Smsaparilla and- Queen's Dph'gh-fi
July persevered, especially if iaken iWcon
unction with Hydr. of Potash, times cilled
Mfercurial Rheumatism (violent pains in tlie
jones, &c.,) resulting from the mercury takei
bl patients during severe fevers and'other
It is highly recommended for all disases
of the skin, chronic as well as recent. Ony
bottle will, in most instances, effectualy re
move all pimples, postulesr blotches onthe
face, to which young personsin this climate
are so much subjected to. arisingeither from
impurity of the~blood di. debihty. It isthe.
best reiedy known for idrofulous afrections,
sores, anL Preakirge out in young chidren,
and is sa:e and efticacious in removingentire
v every trace of hereditary diseases from the
system in the tendereat infant; infacti allcu..
tancous affections itis invaluable. As'agen.
eral purifier of the blood, and an eri'dicator of
all obstinate diseases this preparation will un
doubtedly take the precedence of all other re
inedies. -It gently operates upon and reg
usates the bowels, restores to the blood its
wonted purity, gives tone to the stomach, a;ad
It will effectually relieve Erysdpelas eren,
in its worst stagees, and all persons sufe'ring "
from this distressing conpant are advised to
use it, first so, but il no inarked relief belound
after taking one bottle, it will be niecessary
to use the Ilydriodated Potash with it.
Not wishing to publish certificates as is
done in the case of all quack medicines of ti
day, to effect their sale, and so force then up
on the public, the subscriber Legs leave to
state that this preparation has been prescribed
and i-od 1 by a number of Physicians and in.
ters of our city and neighborhood, with great
success, viz: Dr. It. IL Frost, Dr. W. G.
tamsay, Dr. Thos. Y. Simmons, Dr. 't. C.
Prtchasrd, Mr. S. Legnre, Lieut. Wilson, U.
8. R. S., all of this city, Dr. James Stoney,
Benufort. Dr. J. A. Mayes, Sumter. &c.
For the coiml:osiLon of thins preparation,
and the Medicinal Prolerties of the Queen's
Delight, Physicians are resp-er fully relered to
the 5.h and 0th Nos. Vol. 1, of the "Southezn
Journal of MCedicine *and Pharmacy." 6
Price $Iiper bottle, or C;5 for ( do. 'The
saine prhparation as a Syrup, in u prepnied
at .91 per quart Lottle, or 65 per 6 bot.ler.
Preparcd bv J. PETER M. E'PFING,
1cmist and Druggist, King-st.
Charleston, S. V.
For sale in Sumterri7le i the A.gen,
JOHN I. MLLE1R, M D.
[rl-The subscrilber w.li receive negroesla.
boring under any of the above mentioned dis
enses, even the most hopeless and ubtinate
cases, on treatment; or those persons having
unsound negroes and not wishing to incur
the expense attendant onl such treatment,
and are willing to dispose of them with the
view of seeing them cured, will fina a pur
chaeer in the subscriber, wv ho is willing to
give a fair prite fer isuch.
March :31, 1847. 22 ly.
The suiscriber l-n.s just returned frm
the Nor:hz with a full and well se!ected
stock of CI .0( *1%_- '(, WATCH1ES, and all
kind of'JE WE,1Y. Also, PISTOLS, Fmte
'.UTl.ERIY, l'EIFU1MERY, TOYS and
Knick Knck.ries of every descriptio.
The above stock is the largest that ha:s
iver been ofiered in Sumn:ervile. fins belen
i'lected wath great care, and carnrt fail to
lr.-ho.ers may expect to findgreat bar..
qain.s for Cash.
The subscriber returns h's grentful ar
'inowltentss for p'ast favorc, am! solicits a
rene wa' . atronua'e.
Sumt~ert ile, Sept. 1.d, 1tf7. 4(1 ly
N. 3.-CS:cki, WVatches, and Jewelry re
paired as usu:sl.
- The sublscribier hint, ia nd -i...
hand a ge'n eral ass-irt en of
Smunlrs, &c s, & c.. whuichi hii w'ill
ell a lowu ;w thiey c-an hbe affosrdled ii
Pe rmer,tS:ait for. Ithei . si ,
Tle*ethi. I !air,.iin. Shasving, ishoe iand
Maleuih an S..hi. Mi Iantmps, Blue,
R,-ed nul abe W oi.1g I *k, indealbh,
lanion i. For' ' T'baccso, &e &c.d r..
gliire-nt ii the mhug Store.
Sute srv illes, S. C.. '20
supplynh lanies and e'ther's, waith any
sluantiity ssf GF.OlGIA PLA INS, thiM
sea.ison. Ottinsg toa lie I' rge slelpn d
ha .I se.mi.on, he~ was nunal-e tao suip.ly all
it weire~ want:il. HeJ hans madeit am,
rige nws fomr a full1 suppjly i ad enni
wth l co'nfhin sc- ny f , that they3 are si
best article foir thie lprice am whicls they
are' soald, ever offered to Planters forj
A Cull asu-rimenut .'T all' the leaiding
lstle iof KEIRMEYS, PLAINS, AND)
1B1A XN KITs. &ir., wihich aire offered at
pricess wi-s wrmithy the attention of pupw
E. W'. iA NCROET,
253 King-St (Lumsttn,8.C.
July 7 1847. 35 if
Duritni my absene from, theBtt,
Mtlij. Wm E. Rihardslion ttilh act us
my A ttorney in tall mattess of bsinss1
- WM. II. I30W E~N.
Providence, 16, A ug., 184'7. 44 if
DANK AGE NCY,
The suabscriber continues to act as
Agent in both of the Banks in Caniuen,
on the usual terms.