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l pain. in the
ing from the me taken
severe fevesed her
Pdisea i. . di ,e
h yrecommended for all diseases
f theu ch nioas we as recent. One
little most instances, efibetualy re
move' all b postlesot blotches on the
cYOUu reonein thisclinaite
arsomih rjc no. gaw elther from
pitj ofte .blo or debolty. It is the
listrnedy'miiow for scrofulous afbctions,
gores, andbteakings out in yoing -children.
a& is site audeficacious in removinentire
If every tr.e ef hereditary "imae m tbe
systen i thetendeestinfant; infactinallcu.
taneous abotons iti invaluable. As agen
esral palfie fibthe'lood, aiid an eradicator of
11b0 s t diseases this preparation will un
d6ubtedly taki-.he precedence of all 6ther re
me4ies. It gently operatpa upon and reg
ulates the bowels, ,restores to the blood its
wonted purity, gives tone tA the stomach, and
It will e octuy relieve Erysapelas even
in it orst stages, -n allpersons sufibring
from this distressing complaint are advised to
use it,i rst so, bat it no markd relief be found
after taking one bottle, it will' be necessary
to use t1e Hydriodated Potash with it.
Not wishing to publish certificates as is
done in the case of all quack medicines of the
day, to efibet their sale, and so force them up
on the public, the subscriber begs leave to
stati that this preparation haa beenprescribed
and used by anumbor Physiias and Plari'
tors of our cit du Wrh6 With gat
success, vi: Dr. IL i Frost, Dr. W. G.
Ramsay, Dr. Y. Simmons, Dr. C. C.
Pritchard, Mr. S. Lejare, Lieut. Wilson, U.
.'R. 0., all of this city, Dr. James Stoney,
Beaufort. Dr. J. A. Mayes, Sumter. &c.
For the coudposition of this preparation,
and the Medicinal Properties of the Queen's
Delight, Physicians are respedaltly refered to
the 5th-and 6th Nos. Vol. 1 of the "Southern
Journal of Mediaine and Pharmacy."
Price S1 per-bottle, or .5 for 0 do. -The
samnepreparatiop as a Syrup, is also prepared
at 61 per qua bottle, or .5 pr 6 bottles.
Prepare . PETE.M PIG,
For sazle in Sumtervile by the Agent,
JOHN L. MILLER, M.D.
C7The subadriber will receive negroes la
boring under any of the above mentioned dis
eases, even the most hopeless and obstinate
cases, on treatmnent; or those persons having
unsound negroes, and not wishing to incur
the expense attendant on such treatment,
and are .willing to dispose of thorn with the
viewef seeing thom..cusred, will find ai pur
chase irilae.'subscriber, who is. wlling to
give a fair price for sueh.
March 31, 1847. 22 ly
lust received a fine assortment of curl
mnaple and fancy sitting and Rockinig chairs,
cane and wood seats; together with a fine
aespxtpjent of Fufniture,.such as
Sofhs, Book Cases,'
Wardrobes, Bed-steads, Fancy
and Plain Dressing Bureaus
For ~ae cheap for cash or good per,
J. . F. SUTHERLAND. .
Camden an;lo, 1848. 11 tf'
NEW PALLi GOOD8 AT.THlE
il. DRUCER & C.,
Are now-receiving from the North, a ver
large and splendid assortment of Seasonable
Goods, contistipg- in part of, Cloths, Cassi
moes, Sattinets Vestings, Linens, Secarfs,
Crayats 'and 8tocks--plam, Aigured and strip
ed Aipaseas, and other desirable Goods for
LadigaDra.s;Also,.a splendid variety of
Callqq ~ ints and the very best and
cheapezst asotet of Bleached and Brown
Mub mte Town,
STli above 0obd. have been selectedywith
the greatest-eare, expressly for the Crmnden
Mak n~aigbe ucae on the
most atgeous trms (for cash,] will .be
sold at a very small advance on the Northern.
Aso-A Large Btook of
Jf~dwaeGroceries,. ~agmag Rope,
* .fl'ba Rye WIlky
Fm na: wiske, vitg of
SDICKSc & LA TTA.
iarr ad eighth ba lEtiJi ? XWrlbii
ial bbi Fnlton mark ei
do do do d 'doToies
moked Jeof, choices piecq
3 caskiNew York Pi i by
b .' -DI080N+O ATTA._ '
ALUlt' RCK AND ACk $lA.Ti
Kept constantly on band by
Febl. DICKSOfN 4 LATTA.
2 boxed. Congress wter,q4uarts and 'pints
FebB,, D K8o N TTA.
Bacon and. Lard.
Leaf Lard in barrel and'kegs, for sale by
Feb. 5. DICKSON:4 LATTA.
Moch- -and Old Java Cofte,
Teas, Chocolate, Cocoa, best and cormoal
loaf, crashed, clarified and Hina, and brown
Suar Also-All kinds of Spices, whole
DICKSON & LATTA.
Hamns, &c. &c.
1 cask Reynods' Hams
1 " Lacock's do
Smoked Beef, choice pieces
Bologna Sausage, fresh. Just received by
.DICKSON & LATTA.
Fres Raisins and Prunes,
Boxes Layer Raisins
30 "1 Ptrnes, in fancy boxes
20 drums Turkey Figs, in prime order
1 bale soft shell Almonds
100 lbs. selected candies..
Soda, butter, and a variety of other crack
era. DICKSON & IATTA.
Tamarind@ in f4yrup.
1etailed by the pound,by
DICKONW & LATTA.
4 l aad NCarolina Flour,
Canal Flour, "Extra," in barrels and 1.2 ble.
North Carolina Flour, from new wheat
Canal Flour. Just received by
DICKSON & LATTA,
1 door Nort Camden Bank:
Fruit ! Fruit !
Fine lare Oranges; Fresh Lemons; Ap
~ples, &c. - L O
Citron; Currants; Candies; French and
~American Rock 'do4~ Brazil Nuts, Filberts
~and Almonds. lust received per steamer
DeKalb, and for shiesy
Jan 10, 1848. DICK~SON & LATTA.
Citer, Ale, Porter, &c.
6 boxes New Ark Cider, 0 boxes Claret
2 casks London Pale Ale
2 do, Philadelphia do do .
2 do London Porter, in quarts and pints
10 baskets Champagne, favorite brands
2 boxes fine lemon syrup
3 " conmmon do do
Strawberry, Raspberry and Pine Apple syrp
DICKSON & LATTA
3dznrich imitation Enlish cheese,
8 do boxes Hatch and Winchester's cheese
mild, and rich, weighing 6 to 8 pounds.
2 dozen English Dairy do
LDICKSON & LATTA,
Soaps, &c. &c.
Toilet Soaps, Casteel do.; Toilet Powder,
finely scented, superior Pearl Starch, Yeast
Powder, Rose Water, &c. &c.
DICKSON & LATTA.
Pickled Salmnon, Mackerel,
Lochflne Rerring, &c.
3 barrels pickled SALMOND) No. 1
2 do .MACKEREL do I.'
2 half do do - do.1
S qu'r do do ' do 1
5 do do - do do2
Whiole and half kits, do -do 1 & 2
Quarter barrels Fulton Market Picled
Kits Lochfine Herrings
o7 Salmon and Mackerel retailed by thr.
- Spt.29. DICKSON & LATTA.
Preserves and Pickles.
East and. Weat India Preserves, In
jars of all sizes. Also,
Pickles, in half.gallon, quarts and
plit Jars, Capers, French and Spanish
Olives, Ketchup and ucos, received
by wagon from Gadson.
DI CK80N-& LATTA.
SEED RYF AND OATS.
North Carolina seed Rye and seed Oats for'
sale by DICKSON & LATTA.
Oct.413, 1847. ..50 81
Best winter atrainod aperm, solar. and train
Oil, for sala' by i DICarer 4y LrrT
ble Truclseds d i
Buter's Apskthtand p
Fr~llleh e P e
Butler's Aperient and., rs ,Hun cl
CIOeveland'. 06o'l. T 4t '.
Refind LiqNnorie En ish
Thompson'. Botanic Medicines from the
Labaratory of Ephraim Larabee,- of Eaii
mre, comprising every aiticle used in tlie
Also, a full Asortment of thfi Gaiine
Shaker's Herbs. -3
Feb. 2, 1848. 14 y
(tontractor. in 0itnera,
Having located hinself id' Sumteiville# is
now prepared to execute alt kinds of work
Ji the above line on:reasonable termis. .
A share of public patronage is solicited..
doos os of Methodist Parsonage.
O7'JUST iARR IVE D--C
The subscriber informs his friends .and cus
tomei that he has just received .by. the I&.
test arrivils from tho North, the followin
Goods which in addition to his forme .supp
he will dispose of at the lotces; pricbs foi
Fine gold pens,:with or:wIthouit pecil ca.
ses;. Fine Guns and Revolving i Pe-4,
Flutes; Fifes and Accordioni; ia
Optick Glasses; Fine NPoket Cutlery; Rd.
gers' Razor strops a super"or article; Steel
Beads-and steel bag and purse iisps; .
thick- clocks-eight day; Percussion cays;
&, &c. &c.
Nov. 22, 1847. 4 tf
In THE coMMON' PLEAS.
Wmi. H.. Hunt ads. C. Hunt, Adm'r'.
Whereas. Wn. H. Hunt, who is in the
custody of' the sheriff of Sumter District, by
virtue of a surrender by his bail, in the above
stated case, has tiled in my office his petition
praying for the bt'nefit of the Act of the Gen
eral Assembly for the relief 'of Insolvent
,Debtors, ter with'a schedule of his os-.
- tate and efects: :
Notice is hereby given, to the said C. Hunt
Admr., and all othier comditors of the said W.
H. Hunt, to be and appear before the asso
ciate Judges of the said State, at the Court
of Common Pleasgor Sumter District, to be
held on ,gthe first Monday after the fourth
Monday in March next, to show cause, if any
they can,,why the estate and effects of the
said W. H. Hunt, should not be assigned and
he be discharged accordin -to the prdvisIons
of the Act of the. Generl Assenibly for the
relief of Insolvent. Debtors.
J.(D. JONES, d. b. c. r.
Clerk's office, Sumnter Dist.
Dec. 18th, 1847. 7 3m
A small lot of very flne,,just oee n
fgr sale leo by
A. J, & P. MOSES.
Tte subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public in gneral, that he ,hasi
fitted out a house as a RISTAURAT, oppo.
site Mattheson's store, and between Davis's
Hotel and Boyd's Hotel, where will be foundd
Eatables of the. best kind the market can af
ford. Also, Planted ysters-llof which
will be served up in th best. stylesThe
Bar is furnished with Liquors and Cigars, of
the best quality
.Theaubscriber havinig -a on experience
in the 'business, hopes, by strict attenti~n, to
merit an equal share of ublic atrone
JAME C. 'KN A
Camden,1Nov. 3, 1847. 8 tf
NEW FALL AND WINTER
Thli subscriber would repectfully inform
th~e citizens of Sumsterville and vicinity, that
he is now receiving and opening hisFL
STOCK of Goods, conqisting of-..
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery
and Crockery; Boots-and elhoest nate and
Caps, &c. &c. &c. ~ tYA
Oct 20, 1847. 41* tf W
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lou~ngg somie farmer, appearsg to tame,
high. eowner.cangetme forward pRqye
property, pay exponses and takedier awa~
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