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46, hsiat Rinla Anna and
ly; dd while Gen. Scott
[io the Banner.].
ire imd greetnne with her smiile!
hgqrhere In-sadness all the .while,
Smids a stern decree,
d -k-60leaven none but thee.
dfi, Torsaken, heart,
PY, a;deting siles new life impart;
ga1 VnIhfed' diat roses bind,
uAo a , it ball o'er twine.
re~chope.4 d giye me rest!
Uithin my breast,
a dieon ahing heart,
hit -ili never part.
E. 0. M.
* ERE. CASE OF AST.
4 1'UaV ..0WISAR'8 BALSAIU,
Dear.sir-Iaving for a
troubled with Asthma in its
Qirst .nd after hauing tried various
011.on_ eflhci, I bought of your
xo obttle of the B-lsam of
r rhlieve rre very much.
to use the atme, as the dis
'e 91~jiie, 1 fd find it always re
tin, 09es wil; and rurther, I
Put 4onl I-rwo had the Wild
thdirst silgef of the disease, but
tW1dhv e e'ntirely cured me. I can
* une a very yaluable
C w ENJA fIN ROBINSON.
~ ~ine. unless.signed I. BUTTS
~I~~iippd~.For sale in Sumtecrville, by
~i ~ILERI, at the Drug Store; and
Digaegenerally in South Car-olina.
~hree nubers of the Sumter
e:that myself and other
~ t~~a4 een nominated by The Peo
s' for~ the Legislature at theo
I7Wton icl h nomination, I regret,
'~pe led respect'ully ie declino; at
tgp e4 nder to the .Peop~le my
0 JUAOINA-SUMTERl DIST.
~Esq. Ordinary for said
lia~lds. W. Briggs, hath applied to
ejif Adiinaistration, on aland
I~kis'and chattels, rights andI
h BrI3 iggvu late of the Die.
~ herefore, to cite and admsnish
late kindred and creditors of
- ocea , to bo 'iid aj pear before
~ ~"~6x~rdinary's Court for the said
lf~h aIdn at Samnter Court hlouse
1't67th day fof July 1848, to
eifany, why the said adnministra
t b granted.
1~jirider my hand and seal, this 26th
~ ~ ofJune, in "the :yeaz of our
thuai eight hundred and
~f~f~-ei~tand in the 72nd year of
* - "~ ~. LEWIS, 0. S. D.
ii1 48 ~ T5 2
LO~bY~4thtis method of inform
4ai~slfr~nca'and the public generally, that
a 6l 'en~ edo'Mncheoster,-and has open
~ ~ o~~l~tLassortmient. of ~ocds, which
~J~ull l~v'orCash or country produce;
~4~4l.~jh~ uuaIcredit to punctual cus
~CE ND . RAIL ROAD.
sb4Teay Coibe andl Flour.
* ~J~st~', umter Diet. Juno 22,I848.
ei nb dld respectfully in.
the Pubbc,. Mjjat, hs 'present stock of
*~ , ~ 4ea pgrchased-in New York,
exepios from the Man-.
r4 r,sy .rely on their be.
3r a8y6in A~ li"o .f t~~alin
3urpose dvuh ~l~i ffail
i oeas t hme
lle n ce uoreyare
[n reg d to i0 ven di. i ahod1ress,
:anb ched6theGin- usepand she]
tere ilplong rjdof. - It welltepicula
6ed to rss u fonr hifididiaid' 'fIty t4
!Vbe!tindffpot nd fCottonfindr anda
lferi gings- ''d thet vithione.mule
rheworkrga ' h h rsp I:quitisim
a i. ah . tlaan that of I
Iwrg n 18, 60 oti6 tim
~ndganbeoraje ~[bree or Wui~aourswitJ
3even han da-wit whateve
The'e-bicriberiibe i thu pub
lie that they have 4workmen now; ready* (<
ittend the build,- u Press. .
'M*hnics,-i .oe r iht the tbusi
riss,a have byni. undied dollar ($100.
vorth, at 615.per _..An herifor
nation wantin p t 1ie rt n , -
Frinhpj .:Wite Dist.
R. F.1 LGON
Siterll, S. C
June 21, 1848. . 8 On,
CANCER C R UE C E.
Dr. JAS. C. IrIoxs would respectfull in
'orin the citizens of Sumnter -Diet-i;and thi
public generally,.thath.'.wilremain at.Mr
[enjaimm Mnitchell's, six miles from Suniter
lille, for a few weeks. All %flio may be if
licted with the dangerous- disease, Catiber
vill do well by calling on him soon.. .1na
,ertificates might be produced, but perlaa
lie following will be satisfactory.
We, the undersigned, take this method t
recommend Dr. J. C. HICKS, to the pub.
lie as a itman well worthy of patronage in his
profession as a' Cancer Doctor. From gen,
!ral opinion and from our . own observatip
ve have been accustomed to think cancera
vere, for the most part incurable, after hav.
ng attained any great age or size; but w(
lave seen and known cancers cured by hin
n. a very short time, which seemed to defj
ill liuman skill-even the'-sight of whici
Irew from -beholders remarks of'fear an<
lespair. Hence we gladly " eibrace thi
node of recoimnmending in to the cominuni
ty, thinking we shall tiereby confer a favo
ari many, and assist the cause of humanity.
Philip A. R. Cahoon, M D. Nixinton,-N. C
John N. Butt, M. D., Woodville, do
Wim. Wilson, do. . do
Thomas Wilson, Hertford, do
Richard Felton, - do . do
John P. Jordan, Gatesville, do
Ed. H. Perkins, Elitabth city, , do
Anderson Whedbe, ' do . 'do
Thonas S. Hoskins, Edenton, do. Sheriff o
W. R. Skinner, Post mastei of Edenton, do
Edward Simmons, Currituck C. 11. do
[. L. Ernest, Al. D. Richmonl, Va.
P.J. Rudd, Mi. D., do . do
Rich-mrd Payne, H-amapton,-do
(3. Edwards, Portsmouth, do
Suwntervi/c, June 1848.
I hereby certify thaat I have had for the jasi
[2 ye ira a disease on one of my eyelids
vhibh has caused me much pain, trouble ant
expense. I have applied to five scientific
md eminent physicianr, none of whon
afTected any permanent relief. In mytpin
ion, the disease is a cancer, contrary to tha
pinion of some of the -physicians.' Fortu
rrtely, I saw Dr. J. C. HICKs's notice in thet
South Carolinian, wronte to him, and have beer
mnder his treatnmnt for the last six 'days.J
lo rejoice to say thnt I believe he will effect
'ery speedy and icrmanent cure. It secma
o meo his remedy must be effectual, if appliec
n time; and I ad vise all, wvho are laboring uin
ler this dreadful disease, to apply. forthwith
as his atly may he short. Do not put it off
secause the cancer is small. Mline was o
he size of a sn)-tl pina's head, wvhen iti 'ira
appeared in 183J.
To those who may wish the aid of Dr
Elicks, or to any one else, I would say, theo)
gill find in him that regard and decency char
acterstic of a gentleman. .
To Da. JAS. C. UICKs,
- Columbia, S. C.
I have appointed Major William E. Rich
mrdson my Attorney, immediately to bring tI
a close and se tie up all matters and thma~ga
2ertaining to my late Sherififalty of Sumntea
D~strict: and request all persons concernei
o take notice hereof.
All persons indebted to me are requester
o0 make immediate paymtent to my said At.
orney: and those having demands agains
-ne, are regntested to present them to hin
THIOS. 3. WILDER.
Feb. 12, 1848. 16 tf
For the preservation of Ordcr in the streeti
Be it ordain~d by the Toron Council o,
Sumtertillc, That from and after the passin,
af this Ordinance, that any person or person.s
avho shall he guilty, of conduct, within tha
:orporate limits of said village, dalculated 0.
ntended to frighten Horses in harnesseor un.
Ier saddle, or of running horses through thcn
atreets of said village, shall he auhject to a
ine, at thme discretion of Council, not exceed.
ng Fifty Dollars. And that if such ofYenec
io committed by a slave or free person o
olor, such person eball! be punished1 with nol
no than fifty stripes.
Published by order of Council.
J. B. N. HIAMMET,
June 21, 1848. 4Cek Cucl
R iice Beaters.
The two-blin:i negro men ivho are Rice.
acaterw, may 'find ognployment for aby1era
unonthstby callihntthis ofike. ,
Jume M'Ilb49j. . 0
! ,a nat r Li bM art ht
Itu Wa4 -M~ser
2OthSINENT, S. C
Appointimenisin Wi 20thReginient, 8. . V.f
Dr. Adolphus II Friiion, Surgeon.
E 3. JGodman, Assistant surgeon.
John S. Bradley, Quarter-master.
All-of whom will be obeyed and respected
y ordr.of .Col. RauM
M F. K H. NNEDY
Adjt 20th lte . .
2 nd May,1848. .2
The subscriber respectfully informis the
citizens of 'Sumterville and vicinity, that he
intends to carry on the Butchering Dusiness,
and that he will furnish them with the very
best Beef the country can nflord, as low as
it can possiblybe afforded, on the following
days it:- esda Thursday and Salur.
day. Havingcarrie on but.chering for the
last eight years; pudetually, he returns his
thanks to his friends for their liberaI.patron
ageabd solicits a continuance of thsime.
- 0. J. CHANDIR.
June 14, 1848, 33 tf
The subscriber begs leave to inform his
friends and the public. generally, that ha has
engaged, himself, in die Butchering Business
in Sumnterville. He will endetvor to procure
the finest Beeves the country affords;- and
with strict attention to business hopes to re.
ceive a liberal patronage. jHe ivill butcher
three times a week or oftenei if required.
Regular customers may run accounts month.
ly. ITPaymnents required promdptly, to ena.
ble him to carry. on the business.
T. D. CHINA.
May29, 1848. 31 4m
Taken up by the-sebscriber, on Tuesday,
the 9th inst., a sorrel AJARE, with a star on
the forehead, and about 15-or 16 hands high.
She was round in the possession oF-a negro
boy, who says he stole her from Mr.-O prge
Norris at the 54 mile house,'o the (annpp
road. The owner is requeted to come for
ward,'prove.property, pay expenses and take
18 mile louse, state road, -
May 13, 18. . 33 tf
The undersigned having this day .associa.
ted themselves in the Prac'tice of M'edicine,
under the firm of Ma.LLETT' & BRUNsoN, and
also for the further purpose of earrying: oi
'the DRUG DUSINESS in Suinterville,
would reapectfully solicit the patrdiige of
their frends, and the community at large.
They have, and will constantly keep on hand
a large and fresh supply of- D R Ul G 8,
MEDICINES3, P AINTS, OILS('DYE~
S8TUFF8, and every other article that is
common to a Drug Store.
Onie door west of Mc.Lean's old stand,
R. S. MELLETT,
W. WV. BIRUNSON.
May 29, 1848. 31 ly
.SUMTER VI LLE, 16th May, 1848.
On my way to Sumutorvillo to day, I lost,
(1 suppose, by dropping from* my pocket) a
large red P0O C K E 'T 13O0OK, containing
Notes to the amsount of about $5,000, with
other papers, (no mony)-about 844100 pay.
able to Honry 1I. Lesesene, the rest payable
to James B.'llilton, and the estate of WVm.
Hilton or bearer. The finider will confer a
favor, and be rewarded by placing die Pockei
Book and contents where I may get hold oi
them. All persons are forewarned trading
-JAS. B. [HILTON.
May 28, 1848. 30 6it
Dr. 8. G. Bowmuana
Having located at. Mr. Win. N. Gardner's
(Sumter Diet, near St. P'aul's Church, Zaw.
caw,) will be ever ready to attend to those
who may need bi's services. Thankful for
past favors, lhe hopes to mlerit a share of pub.
lie patrona ge by c lose a tention to business.
May 241, 1818. 30 1
Thn subscriber returns his th'anks to those
who patronized himi last seasoin. lHe contin.
I ues to manufacture GINS upon the most ap.
proved plan, and warrants themi equal to any
other Gins, in w~orknmanship, materials and
performance. Trhey are warranted to give
lIrrRepairing will be faithfully attended to.
Tihe subscriber respectfully requestsa
share of the patronare of the planters el
this and the adjoining h)istricts.
.If you wish to SAVE YOUR TOLL, gel
one o'f thmoso IOR SE MILLS, well knows
as McCreight's Mill, made expressly to be
attached to Gin Gearing. Tiheo subscriber
has a few on hand.
irTrders for Gins or Mills, will be prompt.
ly attended to.
R. J. McCREIGHT.
Camden, May, 1848. 80 6mn
The subscriber will positively commence
Baking on Friday next, 5th inst. The tickets9
will be ready by Thursdany and can be had at
the store formerly kept by John Singleton.
O2LT~e is also proepared to make cakes for
Balls, Parties. Weddings and Routs, at 18 3-4
qeans per pound, they tinding their own ma.
torials, in a superior, manner, to. guaran~tee
Iatisfaction for town or country partiesc'
Mr he. P gl~n~~Tj fo n In
urgca a nIfa Opa~nl~ r 1i
lature for Clareoi n ,
Election-Dr. ROBT. W. MULO.J:
W. 1ROWNFIEIJO .na THOE4UAL B4
KER. TUE PFOPLE
SURGEON DN&I T
Zumteroutek 0;5 (j
OJfce tawo doors North of the Court JIouase.
JOSEPH B. KERHAW,
ATTR N AT'LAWS
Broad-street, Camn& C.
Attends the Couwrts fKersh nuter
Lancaster and Fairfield Districts.
WILLIAM'' J. 1E1AlD
Will attend punctually to all-business en.
trusted-to his care, in either of the-Banksin
May 10, 1848. 2 4t
DR.3. 3 OSSARD
Having located in Sunitervll, respetl.
lyeolicits the patronae -of his friends and
His office is three doors' above A. J1 oses'
store, where .ejay be found at any time,
unless rofesinly eng'ed.
Bag. leave t1 inforin bis 'custonier. and the
the public genpraly, that he has just receiv.
ed a general nsaortient ef'MERICINE,
which he will diipo of as low as thiec an
be afforded in this placo
- . . MILLER., D.
Fresh 'Soda, Blutter, and WVine Crackers
Young Iyeon Tea, in. 2 to 10 oz. papers,
4 doz 1ikles, pts quarts and 2 quart=Jaru,
Raisins and Almonds.
L. B. HIANKS.
6 Doz. Fine Madeira Wine,
3 Baskets Champainge,
3 Boxes do
10 dozen Porter, quarts,
8 " " pints, (London).
L. B. HANES;
1000 ibs. N. CAROLINA BACON
low for cash.
May 1848, L. -B. HANKS.
flaeon and Lard.
A fine lot of Bacon and Lard on hand anmT
(or sale cheap by M. DRUCKER & CO,
Camden, May 10; 1848.
Bacon and 1Yoasses.
A very heavy supply of each on hand and
for sale b
A. J. & P. MOSES.
By DRUCKER & CO., a full'and complete
supply of SADLERY, CUTLER YAND
HARD WA RE, consisting of almost every
article which belongs to the above speciflel
lines, which willibe offered at the lowcat pri
ces. Enquire at the
Opposite th Canion Ba'.
'No. 1 Mackerel, L-obsters in tin, Sardlines
Ginger Preserves, Fresh Crackers, assorted;
Almonds, Raisins, Figs, Brandy fruit, Butter,
Lard, &c. &c. &c., for sale' by
.A. 3. & P. MOSES.>
And for sale bythe ubiriber,ageeral
stockhofPAiNTS OILS, D Yp .~ FFS
4"e. .e. 4.c.
3. 1. MILLER, M
Law Copartnershlp. 7
Tho undersigned have forrtied a
norship in the Practice of Law and. .Eu
for tho Districts of Lancaster' Fairfiekd Ie
shaw and Sumter. ,. '
Oice, 'heretofore occupid by Ce
nut on Main sti-dt, ao~ r~GU
J. AME~ CHESNUT
' W. TIURIOW .CASTO1.
May,10,1 .80 -3
Dr. A. 11, FRLIERSO 1vn locatd
Mr. John J. McFadden soou ai
a good assortmein ffr 4ici~* olz
his profesisnal bervicc Vrmet
mers and to the publi
April 12,184.~ ~
everbey~g haa e ot
Aa ri amidd ottmami
mat MWleu ai saiis.
eRb~ bs sgdined, ii Fiid Vfor
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R'Mbs, CNseqradoAf , hich j llr ll*1 -r
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ot~ a ntclAl rdr f'lGnswllb
20p B 0i. 1 qua. Ch n
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Caitoer J.0 1848
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asife oraitt or ottng gpo iodi n
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5000 SpnishnCiers .f A
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hs con~r'aothu pulc eerlya
s jta'Ye 6~moreable -os taey~~
hyaie on hrenpres Ro4s
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