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- 'D, ASHMORE
Agent of Mah a -A hmom
1eni 7 uvairifan
MOVND PLUID EITRAT OF
ARA $=A ANDQUEEV,8
There are few cases'of cironic
Rieumatan tht illi not yield to uthe jnlu.
ence of Sarsaparilla and Queen'. Delight if
duly persevered, especially i' taken in con-.
juncti9 with Hydr. of Potash, times called
S Rheumatism (violent, paine in the
. bones, &c.,) resulting from the mercury taken
by patiente during severe feves, ad other
. It is highly recommended for all diseases
of the skin, chronic as well as recent. One
bottle wil,-in most instances, eff'ectualy e.r ,
move all pimples, postules,or blotches on the
face, to which young persons in -this,,lnimate
are so much subjected to. arisingoither from
impurity of the blood or debility. It is the
best remedy known for 'scrofulous-aff'ctions,
sores, and breakings out in young children,
and is safe and efficacious in removing entire.
ly every trace of hereditary diseases from the
system in the tenderest infant; infactinallcu..
taneous affections it is invaluable. As a gen
eral purifier of the blood, and an eradicator of.
all obstinate diseases this preparation will un
doubtedly take the precedence of all other re
medies. It gently operates upon and reg
- ulates the bowels, restores to the blood its
wonted purity, gives tone to the stomach, and
It will effectually relieve Erysapelas eren
im its worst stages, and all persons seflbring
from this diStressing complaint are advised to
use it, first so, but if no marked relief be found
after taking one bottle, it will be necessary
to use the Hydriodated Potash with it.
Not wishing to publish certificates as is
done in the case of all quack medicines oF the
day, to effect their sale, and so force them up.
on the public, the subscriber begs leave to
state that this preparation has been prescribed
and used by a number of Physicians and Plan.
ters of our city and neighborhood, with great
success, viz: Dr. H. R. Frost, Dr. W. G.
Ramnsay, Dr. Thea. Y. Simmons, Dr. C. C.
Pritchard, Mr. 5. Lejare, Lieut. Wilson, U.
* 8. R. S., all of this city, Dr. James Stoney,
- Beaufort. Dr. J. A. Mayes,.Sumter. &c.
For the composition of this p reparation,
and the Medicinal Properties of the Queen's
Delight, Physicians are respecfully refered to
thie5th andf6th Nos. Vol.1, of the "Southern
Journal of Medicine and Pharmacy."
Price S1 per bottle, or *5 for 6 do. The
same preparation~u a Syrup, is also prepared
at 81 per quart bottle, or *5 per O bottles.
Prepared by J. PETER Mf. EPPING,
.Kemist and Druggiut, King-st.
- C rleston, 8. C.
For sale ini Sumteraille by theA Aentg
JOJHN I.MIL L E RLM D.
0:7-The subscribor will receive negroes la
boring under any of the above mentioned dis.
esses, even the most hopeless and obstinate
laeon treatmeut; or those persons having
unsound negr'oes, and not wishing to incur
the expense attendant on such treatment,
and are willing to dispose of them with the
view of seeing them cured, will 'fnd a pur
chaser in the subscriber, who is willing to
give a fair price for such.
March 31, 1847. 22 ly
.Just received a fine assortment of curl.
maple and fancy sitting and Rocking chairs,
cane'and wood seats; together with a fine
assortment of Furniture, such as
Sofas, Book Cases,
Wardrobes, Bed-steads, Fancy
For sale chieap fr cash orood aper.
* Camden, Jan 10, 1848. 11 tf
NEW FALL GOODS AT THE
hi. DRUCKEER & O
Are now receiving from the North, 'a very
large and splendid assortment of Seasonable
Goods, contisting ini part of, Cloths, Cassi
mores, Sattinets Vestings, Linens, Sccarfe,
Cravats and Stocks-plain, figured and strip
ed-Alpaccas, and other desirable Goods for
L.ades' Dresses;' Also, a splendid variety of
Calicoos'and Chintzes, and the very best and
cheapet.assortment of Bleached and Brown
Mulis'In the Town.
Thoeabove Goods have beer~ selected with
the gi'eatest care, expiossly for the Crindon
Market, and having been p~urchiaed on the
most advantageous terms [for cash,] will be
sold at a very small advance on the Northern
Also-A Large &tockof
Harow~are, Groceries, Jpaggang ,Rope,
Twine, JBoots and Shoes.
virginia Ryec Whiskey.
FinVnrimia R.e hwhiskey, vintage of
' ADICKSON & L ATTA.
CVdh San. 10, 1848.
2500 jri@ll North Carolina Bacon, for sale
by D1CKSON & LATTA
Y. ,ok ho 4o
oih U Ot
'and-,'~ -j te~
2 rkins Goshen Bntterfine count y do,
e kresh c What klour.f
Quarterand eighth barrels Buckwheat Flour -
'F4r sale br t.
Feb.5; - ,DICK80 4,LATTA..
n, sanotied and pickled
Half bbl. Fulton market pickled Beef
do db do - do do Tongues
Smoked Beef, choices pieces
3 casks New-York Pig Hams. For sale by
Feb.0.' D1 ONWLATTA.
ALUnROeK AND SACK 5ALT7
'iconstant on hnd by
e h CKSON i LA TTA.
2 boxes Congress water and pints
Feb.5, DICKSON 4 -L ATTA.
Bacon and Lard.
North Carolina Bacon
Leaf Lard in barrel and kegs, -for sale by I
Feb. 5. DICKSON 4- LA TTA.
Mocha and Old Java Cofiree,
Teas, Chocolate, Cocoa, best and common F
loaf, crashed, clarified and Havana, and brown
Sugars. Also-All kinds of Spices, whole E
Elains, &c. &c.
1 cask Reynods' Hams
1 " Lacdck's do
Smoked Beef, choice pieces
Bologna Sausage, fresh. Just received by
DICKSON & LATTA.
Firesh Raisins lud Prunes,
.Boxes Layer Raisins
30 " Prunes, in fancy boxes
20 drums Turk Figs, In prime order
1 bale soft shell Almonds
100 lbs. selected candies.
Soda, butter, and a variety of other erack- t
are. DICKSON & LATTA.
Tamarinds in Syrup.
Retailed by the pound, b
DICKSO & LATTA.'
Canal and N. Carolina Flour,
Canal Flour, "Extra," in barrels and 1-2 bls. t.
N'-orth Carolina Flour, from new wheat
Canal Flour. .Just received by
DICKSON & LATTA,
1 door North Camden Bank: -
Fruit ! Fruit! !
Fine larg Oranges; Fresh Lemons; Ap
ples, &c. &.
---AL SO-- c
Citron; Currants; Candies ; French and v
American Rock do., Brazil Nuts, Filberts e
and Almonds. Just received per steamer pi
DeKalb, and for sale bye
Jan 10, 1848. DICKSON & LATTA. 1
Cider, Ale,- Porter, &c.
[3 boxes New Ark Cider; 6 boxes Claret /'
2 casks London Pale Ale I
2 do Philadelphia do do e
2 do London Porter, in quarts and pints C
10 baskets Champagne, favorite brands bi
2 boxes fine lemon syrup
3 " common do do t
Strawberry, Raspberry and Pine Apple syrup i'
lust received by wagon from Gadsden.
DICKSON & LJATTA. c
[3dozen rich imitation English cheese,
[3 do boxes Hatch and WVinchester's cheese
mild and rich, weighing 6 to 8 pounds. -
2 dozen English Dairy do
Pine Apple do
Received by wagon from Gadsden.
.DICKSON & LATTA,
Soaps, &c. &c.
Toilet Soaps, Casteel do.; Toilet Powder,
finel scented, superior Pearl Starch, Yeast fi
Po ver, Rose Water, &c. &c. 11
DICKSON & LATTA. a
Pickled Salnaon, Mackerel, i
Lochilne herring, &c. f
3 barrels pickled SALMOND No. 1 v
2 do MACKEREL do 1 I
2half do do do 1 t)
8 qu'r do do do 1
5 do do do do2 i
Whole and half kits do do 1 & 2n
Q~uarter barrels Fulton Markct Pickled
Kit~s Lochafino Herrings
02T Salmon and Mackerel retailed by the
Bin gle one.
Sept. 20. DICKSON & LA TTA.
Preserves nad Pickles.
East and West Indlia Preserves, in I
jars of all sizes. Also,'
Pickles, In half gallon, gnaris and
piut Jars, Capers, French and Spanish n
Diives, Ketchup and Sauces, received C
by wagon fronm Gudson.
DiCKSON &, LATTA.
SEED RYE AND OATS.
North Carolina seed Rye and seed Oats for
sale by DICK S N & LATTA.
Oct. 13, 1847. -O 50t
Best winter strained sperm, solar and train
D)il, for sale by DIC ON & LATTA.
nd the ?Noithern'b nd Jag
The Prbjdid Wriaw'tdfih
bidplete sto lis of
B,' Cornbs a od~teancy m 4eli
Ezi esm dp'~u;3 ~ ~ .
fipple hiolds, andOShell. andBreast
elfere Teuts beautifually pired.
lago, Pearly and Nitentllarley; -
low'. Nerve and Bone Liniment;
)avis' 1?ain Killer; Dudlefe. Pain is aeo
tdAllis' World's sal.;
[arrison, Judkisn, and Gray's Uintuiest, o
the cure of. scrofulus' other tu
cers ard scre, rheumatic and N
fr. .Allen's vegetable Compun for Dym p.
sia, Clove'Anodyne, TthAche tDrop.
oach's Embrocation, (nui n);
lutler's Aperien'arid eny's Guine cal
ileveland's Cough Mixture
Thompson's Botanic Medicines frnk the
,abaratory of Ephraiim Larabee. of Balti
Adre, comprising every aticle used in the
Also,. a full assortment of the Genutine
Feb.2,1848. 14 ly
E. H. MELLICHAMP,
EOSE OA1" TE6
- Montrator in Gruneral,
laing located himself in Sumterville i
ow prepared to execute all kinds of work
the above line on reasonable terms.
A share of public tronage is solIcIted
2 doors west of tV Methodist Parsonag e
Jan.26, 1848. 13 A ,tf
OT JUST A RRs
'he subscriber informs his friend ' nd cus
niners that he has just rseceived by the la
st arrivals from the North, the. followi
oods which in addition-td his former sup
e will dispose of at the lowoest prices for eqs h.
Fine gold pens, withor withoutpencil c
s; Fine Guns and Revolving Pistols;
Flutes; Fires and Accordions; Violin and
rptick Glasses; Fine Pocket Cutlery; Rod
era' Razor strops, asu article; eStoe l
lads and steel bag and purse clasps; Go.
uick clocks-eight day; Percussion cays;
Nov. 22, 1847. 4 tf
UT -l.CARbLNA--SU TER DI&
IN THIE coMMON PnEAS.
Win. H Hunt ad Hnt, Adm'r.
Whereas Wim. H. Hunt, who is in the
ustody of the sheriff of Sumter District, by
irtue of asurrender by his bail, in the above
ated case, has filed in my oflice his petition
raving for the benefit of the Act of the Genh
ral Assembly for the relief of .Insolvent
'ebtors, t rether with au chedule of his es
ito and eflects :
Notice i hereby given, to the said C. Hunt
idmr., and all other creditors of the said W:
I. Hunt, to be and appear before the asso.
iate Judges of the said State, at the Court
r Common Pleas for Sumter District, to be
eld on the first Monday after the fourth
fonday in March next, to show cause, if any
eycan, why the estate and effects of the
ai .H unt, shiould not be assigned and
Sbe discharged according to the previsions
f the Act of the Genea Assembly for the
alief of Insolvent Debtors.
J. D.. JONES, c. o. o. r.
Clerk's ofice, Sumter Dist. S
Dec. 13th, 1847. t 7 3m
A small lot of very fine, just opened and
r sale Lowo by
A. J. & P. MOSES.
.The subscriber respectfully informs his
-iends.and the public in general,.that he has
tted out a house as a RESTAIVRlAT, oppo.
te Mattheson's store, and between Daviss
lotel and Boyd's Hotel, where will be found
natables of the best kind the market'can af
>rd. Also, Planted Oysters-all of which
!ill be served up in the best style. 'Te
ar is furnished with Liquors. and Cigars, of
mo best quality..
'rho subscriber having a long oxperience
utthe business, hopes, by strict attention, to
merit an equal share of public patronage.
JAMES C. M'EN A
Camden, Nov.83, 1847. '3 tf
TEW FALL AND WINTER
The subscriber would respectflly inform
me citizens of Sumnterville and vicinity, that
e is now receiving and opening his FALL
'TOCK of Goods, consisting of-.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery
nd Crockery; Boots and shoes; Hant. and
Oct. 20, 1847. 41 tf
There is a large bay'nmaro tniale.taken up
y theo subscriber, has the appearance of be-,
mwing to some farmer, ap pears quite tame,
nd'has been worked; e eo Is about 13 hands
igh. The owner candomeforwrdprove
roperty, pay expenses and take her away.
J. E. COSKERY
Deoc. 31.1847. 10 tf
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a mu Uaef~ a~p~l
rosW B B rsW us
AWITI~ O *
rell on as fon t 'sas : be
obtained any .her in hf ar na luk rge
and splendid assointmnt of
PANQYAN 'PLIIYiO ODD
AIMSTAL bt' P
suitable r't Pal Trad, onse of
Muslinst, C is, Caliwoe Lines,
ings, Sheetings and-.om epi Broad.
cloths, a T a -Jeans,
cloths, Ba ta c. e der
Also alassortset oi
Boots anddoetationsry, 8adlry~Bg
gng, Rope' andd'iine; Hardware, Gte
Groceries, &,c.&c. of the most a
quality. Persons i to,.makevurcha
s.IwI. . w,1e to c nd am or
8S0 VT I N 0L1X -~
Samuo Pun mi
it -, fti 99 rA MN-- .f Fir.rn Tt
ue ofaurren V
sttdcs, hies filed ai
prying for 8hb ofi- t'or C,
eral Assembly for the fele of Ja.sorvf6t
Debtors,e toer ith
the auad ath
Cobro Cernmon Pfo S-jg ct
tohe held on"the firia t ta ii'fefa-th
Mondaf in Mai-ch e h 4 a y
and he be dischargesd acord i~ pIvis
the relief of Sueonvent DebtY4. %
LI. FNE c. c.c y
Clerk's offie, Sum. Dist..~
Dec. 13th; 1847. 7 8 d
SOUTTU CARQIN TgD~r
Isaac D. Whitworth ) A 4.
.Whierea hiPlaintsffln the aboestated
case having this day filed his Declaration
againsti the Defendant, 'who tis-absent freor
andl ithout thllmits ofathe- state, (sit is
said) and having.'neither we or t.re
known, upon whom a cop teao&D
claration, with a rule to letbreto, iab
served: I1tis therofore 1 "'rsaceft,
Acts of t) (enefa1 sen tt
in sueh 4sp ade and sjidd Od'
that the Defendant dop'a thereto on or lie.
fore the e'g teenth a'of June, AeD) 188
otherwise ialand a t deet
be then gienad awarded aqeut hiin;..
Office CoPle6, Sumter Tht,? m;~~
17th June, 1847.
3D.JONEc c c.
June 23'- (66.) 84 qfifyd
The subscriber .ve 1c1u~ .informsa the
inhabitants of. Sum~v~o n vliny hat
he has opeed a BAKIW, for te
ileswihig tobeservd ih read
every morning w~fipease nv terordera
at the store 'formerly ocued y eu
and piunctuality, toscittMprpseo
the publ4d. -. *-&
Fresh Dread every .mnirnin, and Fresh
Cakes of every descriptio b~yK O'clock eve.
ry eveniing. .
- JQHIN CRN1UJaf
N. B,-Orders punctually attende tc
Dec. 20, 1847, - 0 OGi
S U RG EOND.EN TIST
SUMTER V1LLE, .0
Orriqa ori Dooa SooTp opTua Dan itos
We rce , titilly deure treomp$
3na L. t ' ~sodA as a uk ItlF
aughly qtia illhi-oprofto 'in aid
fully eptittIsgo the cadne
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