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afr~iwa4fter the passing
o at non or petPs,
a hoses trough tl
Sall subject'to a,
Aid that if such :ofenee
slavetor freo person of
h person hall be junished with not
~JB. N. HAMMET, 4
Clerk of Council.
4 5 g~i 4.. 34 It.
rEecutions to me di
Suiaiter Court House,
et -d- y-and day following in
JU n the e al hours of sale,
o lghe b r, for a, the followving
a Putchasers to pay for
ie nd Horse, Saddle
146.1e6iied bn asthe property of John
the suite of James Keels 8 cases,
aIutSKB;'Davi. 'Cattle to be sold at John
Fuine satore in Clarendon, on 4th July,
' ITARVY SKINNER, -. s. D.
S .;17- 1848. 34 2t
l i&ad Qkuarlers,
20th REGINENT, S. C. M.
Appiniments in th 20th Regiment, 8. C. At
Dr Adolphus 11. Frierson; Surgeon.
E.Goodman, Assistant surgeon.
Ellsha Spencer, Paymaster.
John S. Bradley, Quarter-master.
Allgf. whom wd1 be obeyed and respected
Oy order of Col. RunAMF.,
.F. H. KENNEDY,
Adjt.-20th Regt. S. C. M.
1848. 34 2t
Dr. J C.Hrcs would respectfully in
form theitisediof Sumter I)istrict and the
publmc generally,'that he will remain at Mr.
flenjammu Mitchell's, six miles from Sumter
vill r a'few weeks. All who may be af
flid ith the dangerous disease, Cancer,
will do *1l by calling on him soon. Many
ceii $sight be- produced, but perhaps
.the 'will hb satisfactory.
We, the undersigned, take this method to
recommifeid Dr. J. C. HICKS, to the pub
lic amanwell worthy of patronage in his
'ofe'ssion as a Cancer Doctor. From gen
eral-6#ilniand from our own observation,
9iohave'been accustomed to think cancers
werefor the most part incurable, after hav
ing attained any great age or size; but we
liave seen "and known cancers cured by him
in a very short time, which seemed to defy
all human skill-even the sight of which
dre* from beholders remarks of fear and
despair. Henoe we gJadly embrace this
anode of recommnending hiim to the conimuni
ty,-thinking we shall thereby confer a favor
on many, and assist the cause of humanity.
Philip 'A."R. Cahoon, M* D. Nixinton, N. C.
John.'N. utt, At. D., Woodville, do
Wu Wilson, do. do
Tliboas Wilson, Hertford, do
'RiellardXelton, r. do do
John;PFordlan, Gatesville, do
'Ed. H. Perkins, Elizabeth city, do
nfdf-sonihedbee, do do
'Tho'mas 8. Hoskiins, Edenton, do. Sheriff of
W. Ru skininer, Post master of Edenton, do
Sdwvard Simmons, Currituck C. H. do
0. d F fns,. . Richnondc, Va
Ridhai'dPayne, 'Hampton, do
G.Etdiads Portsmouth, do.
__ Sumtbrville, June 184A8.
~zaorayycthiit X have had for the last
I2:~~~ ~h61ie' on one of my eyelids,
"dinised menmuch pain, trouble and
e~be i IC haye 'applied to five scientific
mdji.ent 'physicians, none of whom
'et~~td~a~ ermanent relief. In my opin
190'1tb'~s~ae is a' cancer, contrary to the
n~itz of'some- of the physicians. Fortu
TdlJsaw Dr. J. C. Hicxs's notice in the
'8atCroinfan, wrote to him, and have been
undi fa~ e'a nent for the'last six days. 1
do oci Th ay that I believe he will effect a
oeudfannd perrnatient cure. It seems
ao n hi rernedy mtmst be effectual, if applied
'n tin; and I advise all, who are laboring un
*deti. dre'dful 'disease, to apply forthwith,
as I Iiyinay be short. Do not put it off,
"bacAkuiethe cancer is' 'small. Mine was of
the afz q.u small pin's head, when it first
Who may wish the aid of Dr.
toany one else, I would say, they
vulnd lb hiin that regard and decency char
act a~tic of.&gentleman.
~ ~4S.C. HICKs,
Te two blid allgro inon who are Rice.
beates may find employment for several
nio ~b~Rtu lgat this office.
Jne 14 -488 . a 83 tf,
dfra few PRIME
YO~q'RGROMEN--their having a
yoia aiilwththenm will be no objection.
u J3. DRA DLEY.
8 tqbh rg ay 24, 1848. - 80. tf
'~gi~yto sell' the TA N
V yd~e6~e~yjf P. O'Nullivan,
4 t~e~flopdration Upder the
~ ~Y~.'iprgn, and paying a
l~pace will be sol low and
.1 J COGIILAN.:
848 2Q 8t
ieves AMtob ffas
>r anythlngnow ld 1iiin "o0 e i It
urposes amvepurh tw
Press for i o
ieen i sucessful oealnfrhe ~au
(.regard to the coavelie oof the Frelt
iaa bed attcheih -hu~ nd~h~
adfl u1nderone ~ iJ~~t 43a
deto,dpres ir .
vi huuidred pnd Cottoi
ialfyaids of. agiingl anf tha on 1,q e.,
Phei workmene up'6 o 1 4
rI -t'akes riiuclis r. 0 n
herew-, i-be built: ne-tlirdone.."
md caW be raised in treo'or fourh
ieven bands without any da steer.
rho subscribers- beg leave o 0inform tfiithub
ic that they liavb rk'en now. re , to
LItend the building.of thy Pies
Persons wishing to build"heir own Press
vill be furnished with a bill of timbers and
limensions for twenty dollars, -($20.).A.Me.
hanics, wishing to enter into the business,
:an have by one hundred dollara .($100.)
vortb at 615. per 'ri ht. Any fuier itifor
nation wanting, ap t the underpigned,
JAMES S. TINDAL,
Friendthip, P. 0. Stingler Dist.
R. F. LIGON,
Sumierrie, S. C.
June 21, 1848. 34 Oun
1OUTH CAROLINA-SUMTER DIST.
By W. LEWIS, Bsq, Ordinary for said
Whereas, L. P. Rhame, hath :applied, to
no for Letters if Administration, on all qnd
ingular the goods and' chattels, rights and
:redits of Wim, Barwick, late of the. Dis
rict aforesaid,. deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and allmanish
ill and singular, the kindred and: creditors of.
he said deceased, to be and appear before
rne, at our next Ordinary's Court for the said
District, to be holden at Sumters Court House
mn Friday, the. 23d day of June, 1848, to
;hew cause, if any, why the said administra
ion should not be granted.
Givon under my hand and seal, this 14th
day of June, in the year of our
,L. .] Lord, one thousand eight hundred and
forty-eight, and in the 72nd year of
W. LEWIS, o. '. D.
June 14, 1848. 33 2t.
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
The subscriber having just received a
itock of Fresh Materials, designs making up
ind keeping for sale 'a fine assortment of
[-urniture, consisting of Bead-steads, Cribs,
Wardrobes, Presses, Bureaus, Bookcases,
sofas, 'Tables, Wash-.statids, &c. &c.
Old furniture repaired, and polishing of
wvery description done, on reasonable terms.
Also, will keep for sale, Sashes, Blinds, win
low shutters, Pannel Doors, Mantlepieces,
Eocks, Hinges, Nails, screws; in short all
he materials required for House Building.
lie subscriber, thankful for past favors, so
icits a continuance of the same.
E. 11. BELLICHAMP.
Corner of Broad amd Liberty-sts.
Suinterville, June 14, 1848. 33 tf
.The subscriber respectfully informs the
:itizens of Sumnterville and vicinity, that he
ntends to carry on the Butchering Business,
md that ho will furnish them. with the very
>est Beef the country can aff'ord, as low as
t can possibly. be afl'orded, on the followinig
lays, te-wit: Tucsday, Th'/ursday and &atur
Lay. Having carrie d on butchering for the
ast eight years, punctually, he returns his
hanks to-his friends for their lhberal patron
ige, and solicits a continuance of the same.
0. G. CIIANDLER.
June 14, 1848, :33 tf
.The subscriber begs leave to inform his
riends and the public generally, that he has
mngaged, himself, in the Butchering Business
n Sumiterville. lie will endeavor to procure
he finest Beeves the country affords; and
vinh strict attention to businees htopes to re
~eive a liberal patronage. H~e will butcher
bhree times a week or oftenor if required.
[rtegular customers may run accounts month
ly. ErrPayments required promptly, to ena..
>le him to carry on the business.
T'. D. CHJINA.
May 29, 1848. 31 4mx
Taken 'up by the subscrib~er, on Tuesday,
the 9th inst., a sorrel MARE, wvith a star on
the forehead, and about 15 or 16 hands high.
She was found in the possession of a negro
boy, who says ho stole her from Mr. George
Norris at tha 54 mile house, on the common
road. T1he owner is requested to come for
ward, prove property, pay expenses and take
18 mile House, state road,
SMay 13, 1548. 33 tf
The undersigned respectfully informs his
friends and patrons, that in consequence of
his comtemplated absence on a visit to Vir
ginia, the exercises of the above institution
have this day closed. two weeks previous to
the regular termination of the session, and
that for this diff'erence in time, a proportional
deduction will be made in the tuition fees.
The exercises wvill again commence on
Monday, the 14th of July next.
May 20th, 1848. 31 2t
The snbscriber is prepared to furnish and
set up Douglass's patent iron Pumps, which
for simplicity and durability, exceed anything
of the sort yet invented.
Iron, and Brass Castings and Coppersmith
work for all kinds of machinery, can be fur
nished by .the subscriber at short notice, if
persons wishmng such work will leave their
patterpe, drawmgs, or .descriptions, at my
shop.T.~ COGHLAN, Agnt.
May 30, 1848. 81 2t
Read -#made ~Clothing: -thirta, Vos Coats,
A 3 P. MOSES.
of D RU&8.
4Z ;;;m; 21-09 , OILs, DY a
oTthier ele diet
One door west o(,,Man's old stand
. W , W R N O
May 29,"88. 1 1
'I'he Peoples Tidket Agr: tho E,:gi4s. -
ature for Claremont ountyN at the-ensuing
Election-Dr. ROBT. W MULDROW .1.
W. BROWNFIELD aind tHOS.4'.. BA
KER. THE PEOPLE.
June.7. - 82 tf
SURGEON DEN TIST
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
Mr. H. will administer the Chloroform- in
Surgical and Dental Operations, if required.
June 7, 1848. 32 ly
The undirsigned would 'respectfully in.
rorm the Public, that his. present stock 'of
MEDICINES were purchased in New York, t
(and with a few exceptioins) fiotn the ManIu.
facturers. Purchasers maylrely. on their be.
ing fresh and genuine.
AL.the sign of the Golden Morlar.
TEO1das 3. W'a~sP,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND SOLICITOR IN EQUITY,
Ztumterville, Z. (i.
F. M. ADAMS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
Office in the rear of the C6urt flouse
that 'formerly occupied by Blanding &
May 17, 1848. 29 iy
WILLIAM J. GERALD,
Will attend punctually to all business en
trusted to his care, in either of the Banks in
May 10, 1848. 28 4t
DR. J. J. BOSSARD,
Having located in Sumterville, respectful.
ly solicits the patronage of his friends and
His office is three doors above A. J. Moses'
store, where he may be found at any time,
unless professionaly engaged.
April 12, 1848. 21 ly
Begs leave to inform his customers and the
the public generally, that lhe has just receiv
ed a general assortment of MEDICINES,
whichihe wvill dispose of as low as they can
be afforded in this place.
J. I. MILLER, M. D.
By DRUCKE R & CO., a full and complete
supply of SADLE R Y, CUT LERY AND
H ARD DWA RE, consisting of almost ever
article which belongs to the above specified
lines, which will be offered at the lowest pri.:
aces. Enquire at the
Opposite the Camden Bank.
IMVPROVED COTTON% GINS,
Thankful for past favors, the subscribeu'
wishes to inform the public, that he still
Manufactuires Cotton Gins at his establish
ment in Stateburg on the most improved and
approved plani of the most simple construe.
tion, of the finest finish, and of the best ma
terials, to-wit: Steel Niaws and steel plated
Ribs, case hardened, in which ho will sell for
Two Dollars per Saw. He also repairs old
Gins and puts them in complete order, at the
shortest notice. All orders for Gins will, be
promptly and punctually attended to.
Stateburg, May 1, 1848. 27 tlj
By the subscriber in the neighborhood of
Bishuopville, a NOTE on John 8. Bradley, for
fifty dollars, dated some time (luring the last
of January, of the present year. All per.
sons are cautioned against trading for said
Bishopville, S. C. May 15, 1848. 31 it
IN THlE coMlaoN PLEAS.
B. N. Penich Declaration in Altach't.
Blenj. J. D. WVest, Debt.
Wheireuis the pllaintiff in this action did on
this day file his Declaration against Benij. J.
D). WVest the defendant, who is absent from
and without the limits of the State of South
Carolina, (as it is said) and having neither
wvife or attorney knowvn, upon whom a copy
of the above D~eclaration with a rule to plead
thereto, may be served:-.
It is therefore ordered, that the' defendlant
do plead thereto on or before the twenty
fourth day of May next, otherwise Sinal and
absolute judlgnient w~ill lie then given and
awvarded against the said Blenj. J. D. WVest.
J. D. JONES, c. c. c. r.
Clerk's office, Sumter Dist.?
May 23d, 1848. 31 qf lad
Dr. A. H, FRIERSON, having located at
Mr. John J. McFadden's on Black river, with
a good assortment of fresh 0eedicinea,..oflers
his professional services to his'- former oust.
-mers and to theublic generally.
April 12, o e
o o th i Wl V
Book and f
hem. MA iteuw f~fprew~4rd~
71Hein S.tdia WY. . arif
SumternDik ear St -an'a.hjrdZdwy
ho' uayee his e~c Phzk ~or
met -favrs,1er opes to-meri. a bhaifeffdb4
ic patronajie by close attentionto bile oe
Th subscribor trst'hiiketh6s
ho.patronized'him~lat seasbi.' He cohtii'
ies to mantfactur N n eQoa
iroved plan, andwariiai' .aial f T
ther Gins, in, workianhip : mf is a I
ierformiance Theyare warranted' give
9rRepaiirh will be faithfIil1r atnd&z t
The ,subscribe 'roslsctt'illy riuest'
hare of th patronae ofthe plantprft
his and the. djiiningD ict
If you wish t.'8AVE YOIR TOL et
ne of those HORSE MLL 4 wj l known
a McCreigit's' Mill, made-* expreu tb
ttached to 'Gin Geaii- s erbey
a a few on hand.
lDOiders for Gins or Mfillpi t
Camden, May, 1848. 20 6m
Presh Soda, Butter, and Wine C ok9rs,
foung Hyson Tea, in 2 iti 16 oz--papers
doz Pickles, pta quarts and 2 quart Jars
laisins and Almonds.
L B. ,HANKS,
Doz. Fine Madeira Wine,
I Baskets Champainge,
LO dozen Porter, quarts,
" " pints, (London).
L. B. HANKS.
i000 bs. N. CAROLINA BACON
ov for cash.
May 1848. L. B. HANKS.
Bacou and Lard.
A fine lot of Bacon-and Lard on handand
or sale cheap by : M. DRUCKER &-CO.
Camden, May 10,.1848.
Bacon and iolIsses.
A very heavy supply ofw each on han'd 4nd
or sale by
- A. 3. & P. -MOSES.
JOSEPH B, KERSHAW,
ATTORNEY AT .LAW,
Broad-street, C!anden, S. C.
Attends the Courts of Kershaw, umnte
Lancaster and Fairfield Districts.
OJgice two doors North of thb~ Court House.
And for sale by the subscribe; a genral
utock of P AIN TS, OIL SD YE S TFFS
.1. 1. MILLER, Mf.
The undersigued liave formed a ~p*.
icfship in thie Piactice of Law and Equty
or the Districts of Lauicister, Fairfield, Ker
shaw and Sumter.
Oflce, heretoford occupied bf Jas. Chess
nut on Mbain street, near the Court House.
JAMES CHIESNUT, Jr.
W. THURLOW CASTON.
May, 10, 1848. - 30 1m
Goods Low For Cash, or .to
.The subscriber would respectfully inform
his customers and the public generally, that
as the facilities for getting goods now, are
such, that ho is able to sell at a very sinkli
advance on Charleston prices. Ho -has -just
received his Spring stock,. consistinig in part
Dry~ Gohos, roc risHardwate, Crocke
ry and Cutlery; Ready-made Clothing of ev
ery decscription, Hats, Bonnets1 Boots, Shoes,
5000 Spanish Cigars, of vorious biands;
Mrs. Miller's fine cut Tobacco.
A good usscirtmnent of Wines, Coidials,
Lemon Syrup; Pickles, Bitteis, cooked Cod
and Salmon Fish; Pepper, Allspice, cinna-~
mon, cloves, nutmiegs, starch, &c. &c. &c
Bonn's Scotch snufl; in quarter lb. papers:
A few more of the favorite brand' of
Charleston cigars. . -
Best wine Vinegar, just recoived.
April 10, 1848. 25 ''tf
LOW* POR O.ASI.
Tihe undersigned has just received f large
and general assortment of N~ew Goodervi;:
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hrdwvaro, Cutlery,
Carpenters Tools, Guns, ,&c,; Hlats,,Caps;
Shoes. Boots, Statineryj &c.; Cybekery,
5000 best spanish .9egaru, ,
MUSICAL .IN$4Ti&UMEN T
Italian Violin arid 0u 4vr tingei
A largelotof t
'thich will e sold lowp $ Q~~dp
por, by .
*111 by i
t he0st t.
AhM11.. I I nnv..
satisfabit i o t iv 13,
(Ihftfl) 4efr customo dthpbi'
Teei seio* n Clbte -
completing their to :hich theyil
as.loyaa gthey can be puchiasd n any
southern market for caoliir o 1io
meivs'. U-ill iid examnin buf k, II we
lttr~ pun w notfat
They*,d*til Iiifonindh~ir rsd
having, lately, biecomrseants f the
PULFON 0tey aron
repared tosupRply thiatarticle in an
le quantities uponeastlo'tefls' +4t'Wa
as folalee t po.
per the piecei and ..
pr quantties on j
t a w -ih'29, a..i
-C H ex s -, IEGRO RLE
Browr,Loaf, Crashed and claril-4
Deltn4 X.lisane D I
Raspbeim,Dine~np'e an~tiff Sie $
Walnut and Toufi fIfoQiigs'!:t IV,
Old Maideira, Pali:Y i n'
SC ifactionaff d Re"i-:-4,
10,0004Iu r-# hii
5,000 ZAP! q,6
10,000-Noth Cdiolinatgars, at Ocent pr.,
bom.together with'a good aisormentlf
20 Basketae ihis and a hbnd
Blyass Porter itaM d u d~ ahnuo~
every aatticle Gisually found 1a Grer
.One door south of ieCtmndeni Dai.
Caniden, kla' ),7648~ ~. t
No. 14MAckertel Lobsters in ti, Sardines,4
Ginger Preserves, Fresh.Qraclieras erted- '
Ahnlonds,- Raisins, Eiskrpiudy fri% Butter,'
Lart&C, &c, &c,fisoi A
Dear Stuou r
or 'Queen's Deiigbt;"rn at tying some at
tention in this place; mnd We thmk in
cessary that it should be attiialie to rezile -p
at very saleable. 't . * * *Jyeowiv'
will give you a few l.mne. froin Dr. gsruae a8
reflecting the opinion of tli. irhion gi~o
of the merits of the preparatio:, Drg . ijga
Physician of large practicde and exfetidedregp
putatibn, nnd whooe recoupnendation would
go fur to eteadgte sale of your Medicine
you can send itsa lot'to the creo t.AG.
Mobile, .* *
JENNINGS A4,CA F IG~8
Sir-l-Tat pleased to daoo o o
accompanyigslette, of. M darsJeng&
Caffey, that hey have appilied to you forin.
Agehof for the sale of ' your preparti of
Styhingia. It wouldt be, I atu peraupdd
greatly to your-interest to establish ansg
cy here, and should you. utetrnine: to sg
Jenning & Caflbd would do as~Wellooi
as any house iin thisplaeg.- zlieyr areuo,
sible and clever gdatidiunni JoU'k o'
thu. community as stich, and y~
for a favbisipon ths facul~y~.al~ail~
sesin o o :-projiarationd4 olIhv
been pleased with the Stylingia'in thd rpat.
mnent (f coertail afibetions, haying hrst rdeel..
ed an adininanoeith its ?einedial proper
ties; yeard *imce, from my rniund and- .
tsr I).- Thos.~ Yr $imons, 'of 'yoiu~ itt~
h6WiI Would 1lefbr yon if I thought n~e:
V publish the above letters to latil (
satisf the publi of the -~tji
tion 61 prmapa illa andQ
TeIst mo -sv