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Jit.26 1846, 98.
- "~-~Th ~riends of JACOB H. WHITE.
* .zua, Esq., amoicelihna ka candidate
e* erff at te next, afe te enihIg ulec
e 'are authorised to announce JOS.
TTLE, 1sqa candidate forthe of.
.~fie ~4TaCollector for'klaremont county,
atth suing election.
WWe are authorized to announce WIL.
LIAM G.BARRET, Eq., as a candidate for
Tax Collector, at the ensuing Election.
W. A,.KENT & MITCHELL
"MASONIC H ALL,"
No.268, KING-ST. (counE or WENTWoRTE,)
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
W. A. K. & M. ofibra to the public a
superior article in surfine Dress and Frock
COATS; Beaver, Frk and Over-Coats and
acks, (plain and embroidered,) Cashmere,
Merino, Satin, Silk and Casaimnere Vests;
paln and figured Castimere and other Pants,
ith a G.eral asisoitment of .
Ot atthtin Goods and Fancy
Urec1fAsEns WILL FIND AT ALL. TIMEs AN
ExCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF THE FOLLOW.
ING ARTIcLES :
White long-cloth and linen Shirts,
Colored muslin and linen do.,
Linen Collars and Dosoms,
Black silk and satin Stocks,
Black silk and satin Crisvats,
Coird. do do do.,
Silk and satin Scarfs,
Cambric and silk Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Kid and buckskin Gloves,
Merino and Berlin do.,
Silk and thread do.,
Silk elastic Suspenders,
Elastic suspender Ends,
Silk, cotton and lamb's wool socks,
Silk and merino Under-shirts and Drawers,
Lamb's wool and hetland mixed do.,
Flahel, Segovia and Berlin do.,
Shaker flannel and Eng. buckuin do.,
Minerva Shoulder Braces,
Riding and Money Belts,
Drei Gowns and Cap.,
Silk cotton Night Capes,
Truks, Valises and capet Bags,
Silk and Ginham Umb las, . -
Combs, Bru e, Perfumery, &., &c., &c.
Day's Water-P c Caps,
Coats, Cloaks, 'Ci ns and
The superiority of the workmansnip of
the above Garments is unparalelled in this or
any ci in the Union. .
i1' i orders filled with ptness and
dispt h, oh tho most reasonale terms-and
all GosWarranted or no Sale!i
W. A. KENT & MITCHELL,
Keeps constantly on hand a cninplete as.
sortment of the above Goods at their store in
Camden, 8. C., Masonic Hall, directly oppo
site Dr. Cleveland's Drug store.
Feb. 16, 1848. 16 - ly
LANDS AT PRIVATE SALE,
The subscriber ofi'eri for sale the follow.
* ... .ng Tracts of Land, at the following reduced
One Tract acojomnm lands of Elias Durant,
Matilda Durant and. Jon Donalds, in Middle
Salem, containing by resurvey 352 acres at
One Tract, on lche's Creek, known as
the.Bradley Tract, lying between En lish's
cross roads and Durant's Ferry, adoining
-land. of David Cole and others, containing
803 acres at 6400.
One Tract, on Lyche's Creek, in Darling.
-ton District, with Durant's Ferry attached to
sit together with a large new flat, containing
148l acres, at the very reduced price of
One other Tract, on Hope swamp adjoin.
ig lands of Wells, Hancock and Wilson, of
00acres more or less, at One Dollar, and
One Dollar and Fifty Cents pr acre.
The quality of Lynche's Creek lands are
too well known to require any praise or puf
fig Suffice it to say then, -that on such
land as I am oil'orin~ at the above reduced
prices, I have hereto ore made with proper
cultivation and manuring, one bale cotton per
GT'I am also the Aeat to sell several other
larg bodies of Lands in a hig state of cul
tiraion and improvement; w char of'ered
- at the small sum of 03 per acre.
Terms are made te suit purchasera; .any
length of time given that is at all reasonable.
J. D ASHMORE,
Agent of Martha Ashmore.
Nov. 25, 1847. 5 lamtf
Just receie a ie smn of curl.
maple and fanc sittin~g and Rockin .chairs,
eane anld w~ seats; together' wit a fine
assortment ofFurniture, such as
Sofas, Book Cases,
Wardrobes, Bed-steads, Fancy
and Plain Dressin Bureaus,
Por sale'cheap for cash or godppr.
.Camden, Jan 10, 1848. 11 tf
Aiip)rsons lndehtqd to D)i Solomons, dac'd,
- are requested .to oertwrd and nmake
ayumpqr uthe en *b i,,esroud of set
t.ingp i~' bnsfqe,
*Pb. 10. g 0 ()l,4
.Cethi- r utiry" qd
PA owV 5- o o 6i'ne of the most
.-~ t- .16f oFiench, German ajid
Apmesdan lietmals, valuable Fami
ly MedichiP* 'ney&c., Soaps Brtiahd
es, Fancy and *icellane
one Ascountry. -
Attention is soliat to the following pre.
P rs', Bekwith's, Ie's and Spencer's.iil.
Hooper's Genuine Pills;
Hul~s, Chate's ana Marsh's single and dou.
Linsee' improve Domestic Instru nent, or
Nursi Bottles an4-Tu
Ni . ields, and S Breast Pipes:
Heier Teiats beatid
Sago, Pearlynd aentarley;
Hew's Nerve and B6a Linient;
Davis' Pain Killer; Dudley's Pain Extractor;
McAllister's World's salve;
Harrison, Judkin, and Gray's Ointment, for
the cure of scrofulus and other tumors, ul
cers and sores, rheumatic and Neuralgic
Dr. Allen's vegetable Compound for Dyspep.
Nis, Clove Anodyne, Tooth Ache Drops.
Butler's Aperient and Henry's Genuine cal.
French Jujube Paste;
Refined Liquorice, English;
Thompson's Botanic Medicines from the
Labaratory of Ephraim Larabee, of Balti
more, comprising every article used in the
Also, a full assortment of the Genuine
Feb. 2, 1848. 14 ly
COMPOUND FLUD EXTRACT OF
SARSAPARILLA AND QUEEN'S
There are few cases of chronic and painful
Rheimatism that will not yield to the influ
ence of-Sarsaparilla and #4ueen's Delight if
duly persevered, especially if taken in con
junction with Hydr. of Potash, times called
Mercurial Rheumatism (violent pains in the
bones, &c.,) resulting from the mercury taken
by patients during severe fevers and other
It is highly recommended for all diseases
of the skin, chronic as well as recent. One
bottle will, in most instances, effectualy re
move all pimples, postules, or blotches on the
face, to wh ch young erson in this climate
are so much subjecte to. arising either from
impurity of the bloodor debility. It is the
best remedy known fo' scrofuloun affections,
sores, and breakings out in young children,
and is safe and efficacious in removinentire
ly every trace of hereditary diseases m the
system in the tenderest infant; in factinallcu.
taneous afibetions 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 effbtually relieve Erysapelas eren
in its worst stages, and all-'persons suffering
from this distressing complaint are advised to
use it, first sobut ifn marked relief he found
after taking one bottle, it will he necessary
to use the Hydridte Potash with ii.
Not wishing to publish certificates as is
done in the case of all quack mediciries of the
day, to efibct their sale, and so force themn 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 c ity and neighborho, with grreat
success, viz: Dr. H. RI. Frost, Dr. W.G.
Ramsay, Dr. Thos. Y. Simmons, Dr. C. C.
Pritchard, Mr. S. Legare, Jient. Wilson, U.
8. R. S., all of this city, Dr. James Stoney,
Beaufort. Dr. J. A. Mayes, Sumter. &c.
For the composition of this preparation,
and the Medicinal Properties of the Queen's
Delight, Physicians are respecfully refered to
the 5th and 6th Nos. Vol.1, of the "Southern
Journal of Medicine and Pharmacy."
Price S1 per bottle, or 85 for 6 do. The
same preparation as a Syrup, is also prepared
at S1 per quart bottle, or 85per 8 bottles.
Prepared byJ. PETER M. EPPING,
For sale in Sumterville by Ah Aent,
JOHNL1 MILLER, M. D.
S-rThe subscriber will receive negroes la
boring under any of the above mentioned dis
eases, even the meet hopeless and obstinate
cases, on treatment; or those personis having
unsound negroes, 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 'find a purs
chaser in the subscriber, who is willing to
give a fair price for such.*
March 81, 1847. '22 ,l
NEW FALL 000DB AT THE
N. DRUCKER &O-.
Are now receiving from the North, a 'very
large and splendid assortmnent of Seasonable
Goods, contisting in pert of, Cloths, Casui.
mores, Sattinets Vestings, Linens, Sccarfs,
Cravats and Stocks--plain, figured and strip
ed Alpaccas, and ether desirable Goods for
Ladies' Dresses; Also, a splendid variety of
Calicoes and Chintzes, and the very best and
cheapest assortment of Bleached and Brown
Muslins n the Town..
The above Goods have been selected with
the greatest care, expressly for the Crmnden
arean having been purchased on the
most advantageous terms for cash,] will be
sold at a very sniall advance on thc Northern
Also-A Large 8<tock O
Hardware, Grocerie, jagglng Rope,
Twine, Boots and Shoes.
TAR ! T10I AR !!!
A priri. lot of 1FA Md, and for sale
10 - - F--- . MORGA N.
NT TH0E," CEMETERY
I - t0l RYK
O0r-All ordera -b litt.. iir terwise,
will kineet with priompatbeni
Dec.'2, 187. 8 tf
WAN ED.. '
Two oi~lb - "e *ar boy' Insaprentices to,
learn the w"pntr rle pply at thiof
Jan.19, 1848. 12 tf
7% nsbreribers',hav'n -associated them
selves under the firmnof C. I P. MOSES
for the purpose of transactin, r nerie
cantile busmnew respctfully. solieit a sham
of public patronage.
A. J. MOSES,
rHaving altered my business relatio, I
would eanestly.call on my former custom
ers to come forward and make settlement -of
accounts due to lt Jan. 1848. s
A. J. MOSES.
SELLING OFF AT COST.
'A large assortment of Mouselin de Laines
and Cashmeres; some of our rich and hand
A. J. & P. MOSES.
The undersigned expects to o nin Sumter
villed on Monday, the 17 instant, an
ENGLISH SCHOO, limited to Twenty
Pupils, and similar to that lately kept by Mr.
The school room is in the new building
on the lot lately occupied by Mr. LAUrns.
DINKINS, and near the Methodist Parsonage.
F. M. ADAMS.
Jan. 6th, 184. ~ 11 3t
The subscribers be leave to pen in their
friend in Sumter andy the public generally,
that they have entered into copartnership,
under the style of A. M. & RL KEtbEDy,
w h hey removed to the store lately occu
pied by J. D. Murray.
They intend keeping a general and exten
sive assortment of Dry Goods, Hlardware and
Grocereies, ana hope, by strict attention to
business, and selling at the very lowest pri.
ces, to merit a continuance of that patronage
heretofore extended to them,
A. M. KENNEDY.
R. M. KENNEDY.
Camden, Jan.10,1848. 11 tf
W. THURLOW CASTON
ATTORNE AT AW,
T ai ben, a . .
Office on King street, opposite the Court
House, in rear of Boyd's Hotel. .
peyJ. 84. 12ray a3mlad xe.
Grcrisumterlople, by stit tetint
W. E. RICKENNEDY.
CamdenEJan.L0,E184 . 11,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
uterill, . (I..
J. 184. MELLIHAMP
Zuntrt 0. St.r
Jan.26,V1848. 18 t.
A:TTJUNEA RAR LA ,
Godswichnradtrin t ifrer supp
heowil prepre tof execue ls pids fork
inFie abovlid pen wrthsonal wtotes. a
sharFie ofGubianRolvng isolcied
Flutes wiest ofndh Accodins; Vironand.
GTe sbsrib n fogs;sfied ndcs
tomes a hesjstee a n reivedsps;heGla
Godthickhkih dday;o tohPfersucply
ThFie golubscriber wor witotpeul infor
the inens util and vi iityltha
Fueis; Fifesevn and cooni Viin FAnd
ODryc Goodss Frcies HPore Cutlery o.
Bsand stcey; boot and puseclss; o-n
Cp &. &C.&c .
ot.2, 1847. 4 tf
he subrairit woud respetlenfoAr
thistintsntrs f tuitrione ad vicinity, that
Ohiory eiing and oriing, his 00L
WTOC of Goodsi, Grommartn Hif
.DtryGommenrceri, Hardare -C.tle0y
andlih'rocker, Boostr and es;o.s n
raphy, - -- A- -O2E00
Oct.m 20, 1847.ng - 4-10
Msicns on term Paof -a. fo 20s per
Emriery ammncoed work, . - 8 00
.an. 28. 16 4e
W11f, do '
Half lpa Just rseeIed b
Bskets Chanig "III rngr
do, TO in, Boiner":
do eo ouche"
Caskis Porter, quarts and
do Ale.,Wines no ofaI
qualitiei. Just received b
Feb18 . rVY.
West Indik Preserved ginger; West India
prese pine Agples; liinee, peaches, plums
and i Fresh prunes, currants, citron
and'. For sale by
Barel Ahrn Apples-B L o
Also-A resh supply. ,of ~ s~s
received by 8i .
CamdenS. C., Feb. 16,-1847
J, L, HAYNSWORTBH
SUMT'R VILLE. S. C.
OrrICs oN DOOR SOUTH op vng DRUG SiotU.
We respectiully desire to recommend Mr.
Jame.s L. HaY vswOarn, as a skilful and thor
oughly quallied opertor in his ptofession, and
fully entitled to the confidence If thie cbusmu
nty at large. He has been our pupil for the
last TRKS TRAn,and has with persevering. in.
dustry, probted by ail the ample opportunitiec
which our establichnent in Colnibia affiorded.
BLANDING & REYNOLDS.
Columbia, May 1845. 20 1v
There is a large bay mare nule taken up
by the subscriber, has the appearance olf be.
Ion ng to some farmer, appears quite tame,
a1hs been -worked; she is about 13 hand.
high. The owner can come forward prove
property, pay expenses and take her away.
J. E. COSKERY.
Dec. 31,1847. 10 tf
IN THE COMMON rLUS'.
Wm.L . Hunt ads. C. Hunt, Adm'r
Whereas Wn. H. Hunt,'who it in the
custody of the iherif' of Sumter District, by
virtue of a surrender by hi- bail, in the above
stated case, has filed in my office his petition
praying for'the benefit of the Act of the Gen
eralAssembly for the relief of Insolvent
Debtors, together with a schedule of his es
tate and effects :
Notice is hereby given, to the said C. Hunt
Admr., and all other creditors of the said W.
H. Hunt, to be and appear before the asso
ciate Judges of the said State, at-the Court
*of Common Pleas for Sumter -District, to be
held on the first Monday after the fourth
Monday in March next, to shew cause, if any
they can, why the estate and efibets of the
said W. H. Hunt, should not be assigned sud
hebe discharged according to the provistons
of the Act of the Genea Asembly for the
relief of Insolvent Debtors.
J. D. JONES, c. c. c. ,'.
Clerk's ofiice, Surhter.Dist.
Dec. 18th, 1847. . ~ 7 8m
11N THE coMMON PLEAs.
Samuel 3. Young & Co. vs. Mendal Smith
Whereas Mendal Sis . who is in the cus-,
tody of the sheriff' of Sumter District by vir.
ue of a surrender by his bail in the above
stated case, has filegI in may o(Rece his ptition,
praying for the benefit of the Act of teGen
eral Assembly- for the relief of Insolvent
Debtors, tgter with a schedule of his Es
tate and efibts:
Notice is hereby given, to the said Samuel
J. Young & Co., a~ all other creditors of the
said Mendal Slinith to he and appar before
the associate Judge.. of the said Stt at the
Court of Common Pleas for Sumter Dustrfct,
<to be held on the first Monday after the fourth
Monday in March nexct, to show cause, if any
they can why the estate and efbets of the
said Mendal Smith .should not be assigned
and he be discharged accordin to the provis
ions of the Act of-the Genera Assembly for
the relief, of insolvent Debtors.
J. D). .ONES, e. c. c. p.
Clerk's office, Sum. Dist.D
Dec. 18th, 18.47. 7 8
Elijah Reynolds ) ecta ration in A..
vs. .tachmentg i Assuaws.
Isaac D. Whitworth.) sit.
'Whereas the Pzintiff' in theibove stated
case having this -day filed his. Declaration
againsttho -Defendant, who Isabsent froma
and without the limits of the 8tate, (as it is
said) and having neithe. wife nor'Attoriey
known, upon whom a'copy of the above De
claration, with a rule to plead thereto, rmay be
served: It is therefore in pursadance,of the
Acts of the Gezneral Ass~*nbly of-the St.
in such cases made and provided kre
that the Defendant do plead theteto orh.
fore the eighteenth day of June A. ~8
otherwise final and absolute jugmer l
be then given and awarded agaias him. -
Office Com. Pleas, Sumter D~st.,
-17th Jane, 1847.
3. D. JONES, c. c. c. P.
Jnt, 23. (*8.) 84 .qflfyd
TO ALL WHOM IT M AY CONCERAN
The subscriber takes this method. of In-.
forming all those who are Indebted to him by
a t with him bfore retrta
tljeyl Will find their~Notes, cli thie h~
of 3. B. N. Hammet, Esq. for gdlction;
JOHN Mt. HOD E.
Feb. 28, 1836. - 38 2
o' hundred i
The u e r d-'
in abib hscrbefI~j
Fresh Broad every' Unrlns4I~c
Cakes of everyd ton
Dec. 2 .d -1847.
aN B-Oe rslitytoaly
A small lo ofvery
A osmal lo
for sale low by
A & PM
T'he subscribei respOtilly I
friends and the public in
fitted out a house as a
site Mattheuon's store, and betk
Hotel and lod's Hotel, wvherW*il I
Eatables o- f besthkind 1 t
ford. Also, Planted Oy !,
will be servea up in TV1 tl1Th
Bar is furnishedwith '
the best ' i
The subscriber1 hai a long z16k
in the businiess, hopes, stric
merit an eqailshard of ublic
asmden,I . 8, 1667.3
We are pre to eecute
extent in line, bothWf1
and repairs. Our Gins aet
any nadeinthe State, posse
vantages of the Falling Breast
Ribs, which saves 'a great deal
pairs. We also use the e - ,
with teeth set in an angle thatc
injure the fSmest saple, wit aan
toregulate.the mUting of the ttouatbI,
is edstructed en a ' ,vi a
advautages of l s
all vqry materil kin the -
of aGfin. We would invitef
at our shop and examin* e s
whilst we would assuretlie publice
that they shall have no causet.
either of our work or prnces.
We are also prprdto do
Cabinedline-such as Bedsteadsardee
Safes, Book cases, Stands, TablesJpo~~
THUDSON & BOhR.L
80 iovt~ pil22, 187
~theNortwith a salfd
stock of CLOCKS, WATC ~
kind of JEWELRY. Also, P
Knick Knackeria evey e~
The above stock lise
*ver been ofbred i Sum
selected with great cre, a ~ i
- Purchosermsy expect
gaitia for -~sh
The. sutlciber returns ~S~~
kngwledgments for inast~aq
renewal of 'patronage.
SwnterAle,Spt. 14 gd 8
N. B.-Cocks, Wacej Jp
tablishment, and ;ie
mans' Outfiting. oa tw
Ma h 10, 1847 -.
Ofibr for dal oTong
can be obtaine Suntatrh~
.ois Groceries, Hard
eryS.adlery,, Shoes and -
Dn 'Paints, Ois
meodiat aymet to W~Lwr
tadonor bo#O)'AI yc
said Notes wilh be . "s.
e lode and settleusaI
me, are requeste4 to
without delay. .