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et6 iiie-adiko iti inbthod to re
ay .e egyglyof. patroiage. in his profesl
ion Ana kn our own observation, we h ve bie
most part icuralble, after' havingattainod.any
knden anbdrtured by hin ittia very Shot tin
even th sightof which dreiv fron:iheholders- re
ay e k his* q 'eofrecoroinending ti the c
tavrd ias t tie cause oh humai:t
i D Nixinton, N. C
JofiAD., iWodviile do.
WIWbi ~ -do. do.
Ric er4!eltonap, do, do.
jolIn. Ai, daitwitlle do.I
Ed "iiii, Elizibeih city, 'do.
AndEdidnWhedllio, do; do.
Juhn-W%VilsoujDarinagton District, S. C.
Thwqawe aph6phenson, do
eh ,-- do
ff is4Ify that Dr. Jas. C. licks has
J1MfIehib)a-ildn, who was my patient. It
facedrrn fdir to-isit years: and I canm but do ja
tigwbio. ar~esafflictoil.viihthis disease, aid th
.F T ie'tsj 6 portlulify of announcing to t
dangerous disease cancer, for the last i.x years
acst bt fr thie-pain it gave nle, and of its rapid
cipie (or aid, but I obtained no reiief or satisfa
ever ng well of it; but fortunately I naw 1
liIiti. '"[wrote to hiin aid put myself under I
vas reuioved ihld the sore imealed over. I adv
<isesefite pily to hni. forthwith.
.Newbury sLt. s. c, July 17, 1848.
This is to certify, th-t I have been afflicted 1
o~fvth eftetitee'rrvears, to the aid of which I
feeti.Hearing of thle wonderful skali of Dr.
- ierfodriing.in-tAis region, I was induced to gav
him,4put.myself tinder his treatrnent, aid im s
a disease,.which all of nay friends and all that
Ie ha alao been very successful in removina
rhTeftistudyiapepsia, de.ifness, sick and neri
oftWhEgIes, spinal af~act.ion1s, etc. etc., wh:
We the utiersigned hatving re:e:ved gre it
of.DrHicki take great pletire in stating, sc
giveta entireisatisactioin; and arom the curew W
the.truthiobfthe Acience, and are induced irom
hm: Mth id&ibre coui.deation of the publir
isIoi-thy.ho f an.investigation; and if persornR w
Iheyiwould be coimpelled to reomrnenl it as a
Creatorswith.whl:ch to beaterit and relieve our I
~edra beenin our D.sarit for several week
zens f'erknas diaes-.,u h as, ha ad-ache,
tho nuscles, &-. &c.
R IL Tisdale.
- d o i Souh Carolina
a I dtirsthat I Irive, benm ai.eted v
le iilso bad at tines, tl:it I could not
retqq t1#jtt:camie into rmy ra I:m, talt waS thou
rseoii iny'f shta. inring of t
pferornying mii thme reig.on, I wis n
saI e wprld that by han I was speedily a
Jet, and iiy' kibee has a anie. its original size,
!I 'rely crtify thit one of my negro wone
nnkle .filf hastep, and so had at unes that eba
1b61'1tit-ne so that sh co:ild not put her heal
pohilai a (pii use of her 'ou!, by jhe inystc
obelift innha satling.
ro D)r, S. C.
Y'SAiud heie eatate to thme ailic~tei portia
t W~hava jcfas inuchl as lhe cani well atteatc
ti -to cures th following dese ases, se
c'at ; gI1Is amittjk eliciencey ini rebensvng dlieaist
JyUygpg4Uliver,Piles, F'its, Rlheuumaaismi
i, PtIhptwiary: A lichionsa, T1hrni~sh, Dro~mp
sy. 'lyantey, Griavel, Corns, We k ni
S ardE~Lye, Suoa MothI, D..ii ii rs, si.
indl Nervouas [Zund-ueahnc, Livear Coiatimi
Spintal Atl..etion.. Taooth..ach, Cianmrate
- iop1 of tjm&Musl s, Pains, or WVeak
Plii ri oaused for, O.amnmats as'
P~~jh~~h wh~e reach 0- ev.:ry pe yo
$te~id. T'he disrect oje fo uni
3ci~~1~i~&,~rnted, ;a:d nru wvarramied a
i ~"~ ry~& tyen.,properly al plid,
ot~taa J~&9pteyfvill be refun led.
'P~r~~Umct4 wvgiIh any of~ thme abov
nwa lwe wa~~ do well to e't1 upo
no ifietually relieved no ra'
an l ~ iiqtpired for hisi service.
His ott e-No Relief-No Pay.
p. b2 S3t
E; L AN D
~~~dborofrerssr ialeiit4 a-tract o
IIPng I'harteiu "1Hundredl and Foi
p s ghl's Cross R~oadk
diaeap for cushb, or will sell cam
4. layrd cash, mihe bitlance on tw
bL'9, by. the first of Januar
-n di..I iA~u rti lots from oneo acr'
tq ty. , ~~ ser i aay require. It tn
-alq az. iIntos and Manchuesie
Jiadbouthealf way bet.wen
Drmdig'im' (Co~rt Housar.
p lago 6ror L Depot. Ani
snwhang to, purchiase onath
1~aa2~q ~;Y~tly t his rosidence.
Violpns, la'ltee, &c.; a iresh lot of Ilahn m
yj 9 g IItarljtgp, Also, Btridlges,
"" ~Wds ad haLard.
t 1416 Icoq anil Inard on hand and
lt' s ae cap b) M. BRITRE R & CO.
i deran int'a (I~&~owl
4e ig eptinin f d eed Ito j-6hai hob
r.'.C. 1IuCKS,- 84.446iik,!& C.-'
, ATE' dD...C
,orm ndIDr. J. C HICKS,"o the publie as
Oi as a Cencer Doctor. Froi geneial oyin.
ne stomed to think c ivM or the
grer. age or size; but 'We ia'es6sen and
re, ich seemed to defy ill liuimftikill
anir' a of fear and dispair l e eeglad.
sn' unity, thinkug Wehall thrhy onfer a
h maw &i.lHoskiris,Fdbot do Sherif'
WR. Skhiner, Post itef enton, do.
Foh i n . .ipNe eary District, S. C. .
W. A. ipp,.: .6 . vdo.
Ber amin Mitchell, sumterville, S. C.
Sai d. C. Mitchell, Lodinbi, %tni. Dist do.
t0 lien Mitchell, do do
ked jtk /n-gstoni, Da'rlingto'n do do
'rv .angston, o do
Sam orWilasugDitiiB C.
I oodrille, Perquinmons cqunty, N. C.
efltLfqed a cure of a Cancer on.the face of
W:cS of long standing, )having bon on her
rtice to Dr. Hicks to recommend him to all
ink lio may generally succeed.
-JOt1N N. BUT, M. D.
p-.ibhc, thAI have been afflicted with the
onI my upI r lip, and becoining alarind on
growth, Fiwas induced to apply to physi.
ct:on from them, and given up . all hopes of
r. J. C. Hwiks' fnotice in the Coluinbia Caro.
is tre atne nt, andl in seven weeks the disase
se all wh.a are laboring under this dreadful
Darlinglon District, S. C.
rith a cancc r on ny left eye-lid for the space
I ctlled in e ',uinent physicins,. but to.no e:'
icks, and t., the great cures which he was
e l~m a trial. I tcame over to suter to see
x weeks I r. iturned home entirely healed of
saw me, as i ;ell as mnyselh, would certrzinly
i REDD K -,LANGSTON.
r other disevwes of a chronic nature: sucb as
ous he id-a -he, to6th-ace. piles, Contractions
h the follo ng certificates will testily.
I'umter Ds Wri.
personal relef trom the mysterious scienec
far as we knww, or have heard, thAt he has
,e hive witnesed,' we are fully satisfied s to
what we hlve sPeen and heard, to recommend
An I would mkurther state, tht ths science
ould look i'ico it', ins;ead of at:amdng aloof,
I1rrbry ins'.rutmo lit placed in our hands by the
8, and hrrs reliew ed a great many of our citi
pains .it :ie side. rheumatism, contraction of
Saml. (:. Mitchee'l,
hli Rheunmatisma fc. the last ton years in my
walk at all. Durii g this time, I tried every
,,ht to be good for th at complaint, but obtain
Ile wonderil and .pec.ty cures which Dr.
iduced to apply to hon tir aid; and I here
Ind aiDetually cure 1. The pain has entirely
and leels 3..a st roang is it ovor d d,
W. IIE2i, KIAll BRUNSON.
nt his been aflheter: with a pain in her righ.
'ould4 not walk at all and had contracted the
to the ground: she :P now relieved from all
!r.ous science of D:. HI-cks. The case was
SAML. C. MITCHELL.
mn of th's District, and the surrounding coun
Ito ait thas time, lhe well give printedl instruo
that thuse who receo.ve has instructions, can
T1. tter, Praost bite, (Chlills and Cever, Phath i.
The Sumter Banner:
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WVILLIAM J. FRANCIS.
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lAo f STOII.
MRS. HIULI5URT' & LANAGAN, Re
.eetful.y anniuince to thae~r friend. and the
.A1lic, lth it they hive received a lnndlsomeo
saartmnent of M[lLLENER~tY aind FANCY
ion Is, consmitinig of &raw Blonnets of lthe
.itest styleo; Fiowers and Raubons; Thread
Lacos, Glovs; silk for ..Dreses, lhkewise
lpacca and Bomnbazano; together with all
tnclea saly found in a Fancy store.
N. 13--All ordler for Dress-making prompt
!y attendeod to.
New' 1. 1 2t
or heardni' G
"Blck~ Bobs," as haIfAmIlimarly illed in
is c'nstituentim.t; ljidthe tncst furn
" n t'' joi imn popu
iirity is unbonilediud.1 h6rlieve holha
never satntiiied a 1l6isat before thei.
rile. Hisa noble, generouis fel kwpo
sesing.,inn taltiii, and an inezxhaustib
fud of',hymor. f:;wvo'ull "do9o good'
to hear-one of his populnr hiarangues
fly 1)b466 H li s wofM
as tlho rnist lh1etlln -hravs of thn sun
11li a rer, fa n~t, hi~nnsl vav wishou
dif~ie..l, nd at te a hhas ni O A
uslied as to sav msdir only i ii
"gkn of his teeth."
reneniker le celebri Td Comn
gresmioseilctnvafts betveen Gov.
nnd Mr. G . In this instao6n tit
Gavernor had a competitor "worthy 'of hi
stoe.at Mr. G- was a man of* tallen
anrl .tact, and it requirnd ilthe ingenuit
I of Gov. L- to manage him. . It Wa
evident, from the gommencement of th,
conte.st, that the, race would be un unum
uallyclosin oel. All depended upon th
vote one of the mountain counties of th
district, whither both casndidates direte
their steps a few days beiforo the clection
They met ut n grentbArbacue, whelr
nqurly every citizen of the county. ia
congregated.. I suppose, Mr. Blade, yo
have never been at a western barbacuc
Well, I sial not now attempt to describ
one. Suffico it to say, that it is uitlik
any gathieringf you have ever witnessed ii
Yankee land. Enting. drinking, speecli
ifying aind dancing are the order of th,
rbay.-T.he dace is carried on out c
doors, under the shade ofthe thick. growi
ing fore.t-not in heated close rooms, bh
whern the delghtrul breez's of heavel
fan the brow, and uivo eltasticity and vi
gor to the limbs if the yriing anid gay, a
they "trip it on the light faintatic too."
Well, as Igfore stated. it wils one c
these free und eay gntherings Ihnt th,
two rivals met. On the stuimp Mr. G
coulhi't hold a cimlle it) Black Bob. H,
was liternlly immolated by thn ready wi
and brilliait repirie' of his "sooty" coi
ptitor. But he Ixm-jist d anl atceomnplish
ment to which Governor L-- was al
most it stranger. He was a finte imsici
un; and after the speaking was concluil
el, Mr. G took n violin in his hant
and gently and sweetly drawitig the hon
across the strings, in a noment the wool
were voctal with the merry laugh, and th
ground trembling beneith the dancin
feet of the gny and happy thron. It wi
plainly to he seen, before the first dttle
wis over that caught was in the ascen
ency, and that th,- friends of Gov L
were rapidly deserting him. Setarcel
halt an hour htad ehampse-, ere the hithert
uincoiquerable Black ]Rtob stood alomt
gazisnig in a mliinclillv mood upon th
triump of his nntmtagoist. The itadic
eVes spas kld brightly as Mr. - bu
sily plied the bow, while the men expre.
seId their admiratioin in loud and repeate
itrrns. This wns it trying. inoment fl
old Bob; but his fruis fbi genius was ic
long in inventing it plan Iy which: to extri
cte himseif from an unp-lensant dilemiz
Culling Tom Buoster-Toim was a lende
it that region, and de cidedly some wa
Tom Buster-lhe told him tit lie hand
confidstitil communtniciation to make,'bt
whichli he did not wish to be mentioned I
tiny one. 01 coutrsp Tom promised t
kee'p dark, atd the Governor began
"Do you obtserve," satit he, that G..
pilasys thei vinhln w~ith his left hund?'
'*Yes I do, but then hi' is lefthandedl.'
"'Not at bit ofr it'' repiliedl the willy pli
tiuinns-"ta biit or it. I ktowv hlin wvell
Ihav.eu erd hitn phiy a th~ousantd times
tiud-dtown: is:the v'alItyvs, ad am ong th,
rich a ritoernits of the towns, hi' al way
pltnys wiith: his right h~ad-..nnd mosl
stlenidi' ntosio, lie tinks left-handrel
nmsic good eno:ugh for your* m~oiuta
boys. If you speak to hi'm: alot:n it, ni
course he'll dlenv it, of cou:rse hec'lt deni
it, lbut I tel! you it is tite."
"Well, cuss htim. we '1l have no mor
of his left-h~anded music..- Ite shailt giv
us some of hsis best licks, or I'll be....if h
shall stay in these diggins,'' roared th
WValking tdirectly in front of Mr. G.
he seized him~ by t he arim, told him, i
loud and commaninsg tones, to stop hi
left-htnnded work, and give the' a touc]
of the righ~t sort. In vain Air. G.
dIeclarcd.that he couild not play wvith thb
right haud...-in vatin he p:rotested and ims
plored. The isndignianit crowd, symnpathi
sing with Tom, and wounded in thei
pridle by the trick of the aristocratic fid
dIler, git' ered arouned pour G., anm
cried Itouder for right. handed music. Th
storm: wuaxed loander, the excitenmnt swel
lh-d higher, iuntil fisnally the discomfite
fiddler, eanciding tat prudence was th
better part of valsor, hiat a hasty. retreat
leaving Bilack Bill srae possessor of th
fielid. Thus was the battle fought, an
thte victory won. At the election, a woee
later, nearly every vote) in that count
wals caist for Goy. L...
Iw iuncsrtain tire till human calcu
lattionis! Th'Ie v'ery pltans thatt promise th:
brightest success oflen, as wasi the cas
with the ls'flilunnded fiddler, become thl
means of uur~destrucotionp.
ANTIQULTRS.-'Have you any thinj
else old?' said an IKnglish'lndv at'Rhomi
jY~ngwu rchid~tis 4
sad a.Yibee !CP 1:W
imprudent ntxi hebut
progressmig afl Tri6f jt
hour on the Biitg i
mister, this ereiroadfs ironons e
for 'Englaindithlj we 't d0, Ik
Worrde gsfraddle ofteleg ife
when we'rein a hojr ubt%.vl
ait/v e take .1i)e ~oirad Nod te
-rondstamn't slow, 'asitll tel jd U 1 I
coniti' fram i ldl phyo r h
I easto'a feller Aitir 0 00's
41 don't see nolen "'1- ae, i "
1dnt see notilln .e
mighty tall fenlit Ilo
Thoe feller. burst out lfin' hy li
darned fool,' seahe, 'them's tio'tele-re
phic posts.' - And sure enougb hes
engine feler stopped, I saw thorn
a hundred yards apart' aidaw had
going'.8o all1fired fast theykd,
the world like wvhite paliy,' -e.
At this moment the bell n t t
ion-wgnail-bdore thCodidi ilfd3.
ly redovered from Jonahiilostdoo
'What's that bell ringing' for?' enquir
ed.the latter of his English friend 4
'We re approsehing
or these era slow cars, te n t us
'em in 4Meriky.
'Ah, why not?'
'Travel too fst-fact, eat soundlal
to smash. We wtvild' be sma 0iugle
a village'before the bise of ihe -olpper
was in the neighborh6od.'
You . don't ; say!'. exclaihed the -
Fact again,. by thunder! Why
was'on the York cars when thum are
steam whistlers was first'tried4 May be.
you've henredlof the' errible nciient?
No? Well sir- we were" going it strong.
Harrycanes were no whar"-all'nature
seened sy,.kin to, pieces--whPn, sevoralj.
miles off something was spen ,on.,'thep.
track. The whistle, was let o.o a i
she did screnm awfully--ut, it, ws no...
manner of use, for afier turni ingger 'a.;
span or smart horses and a liig narket
wagon, I was just risirg from- a' pond
when along. came the whistler's-holler,
mixed up with some lhig curscrI alind
to have leare'd the engine. man. -ip out
whe-n he firs. saw the wngmn. But .th
poor feller was dead when his voico anr
-rived. Fact got the documents.'
'Extraordinary!' exclaimed the her.
ror struck Cockney' ant' do you use
'Bless pour soul, no. Congress atop.
s ped 'em right off, .and now we acts on
the philosophic- principle that light tra.
vels an all fired sight fuster than sound,;
whiJh will do perhaps for this grncerniito.
r We now tell 'em we'ce comi by huntin
out a light that does .astonish animal
creation, mid I reckon rather aurprlised
the planetary system at first. 'When it"
was first tried at night, the roosters -on
tho road commenced crowing, and -the
chickns all got. down fron 'roost,'think.
t ing it was daylight.,
The cars suddenly stopped, when Jan.
athan having arriyed at the point of his
debarkation, looked, around at the be.
wildlered Cockney, nodded his head, and
with a little carpet bag chuckedl under
one arm and an umbrella under the other
took his leave sober as a deacon.
-From te New Orleans Delta.'
GOING IT WITH A RUSH:
IPLAYING POKER WITH AN LX.
TRA KNAVE iN THE PACK.
There is in this city an honest,1Indus.
p ricous colored man, whose pat rony mic isi
Jim Rush. -'Jim, paradoxically.aslit may
se<t m, thocugh a tbluck mun, is -a wihite.
.washer, andi among his colored brethren
of the long brush stands 'high, wiferr' on
!his ludlder or olff it; - Her annually dusts
Ithe jacket of the St. Charles 'Hotel 'and.
aiflerwards-gives it a coat. of slucked lime,
gun rantted to st ick "like a knife." .. It is
tod of im, that on one: occasion he was
i solicited by another of A frie'ssons to white
.wash his shanty, for a fair remunerative
cons:ideration of course.
"Whar am dis house ob your's sitter.
.watedl, Misser Jones?"
r "Right back ob do Gas. Works," said
I "A nd what am its height or dlernmen
siona?" said Jim.
.'"Whjr It ain't nuffmn but de smia leo
I .kind oh a shanty," nl Jones.
Jim looked for a momea dkAo- at 'the
,ground, and for another morrgent up at the
sky, and the next moment he was looking
IMr. .Jones full in..the face, remarkiing a.
the same timo-hisnpanner sj'oiving tIhit
ho felt ais if the mare proposition hapJ ow.
ered him at least ten rounds of.i~ s profttas
sional hadder--Misser Jonead.1doe~
fancy' whitewashin oh dO St. Chrs- 'I
'oalittle aboveohdlaft noto' fr'
in,"i' ttid he walked ii4fhfl 4ot
sciou~s of having delitoend'jdist r6uk
to "Missetr Jones.
Jim's fame, as a whitewansher, floated
across the lake 'and npenrted the fbenats
IIatW t d -
.t o .uas b i r Aj
wonth .. iW*b td- f
In 0s t 6 u
Gumik r ii iM
06k,'$i .8 - ii
wmomg now " ad now
Was ~prnite4 j dfd o4W...
6-1y h Jin got heetiifllhantof
notifo B117 wa nidhiW, inb
goo-s yj i-46do41a
Elp aiquo qie'
now you.eanId W
boatse adakte indygoes h6 ttn
ad'il1eY.o ar or
chI no~w i n tMiahl
aly Jump go, d oy
rnot, for i a gwine.to gi -b u
hld on drnnge~nceA
drawer, pulledent a tir6. -ac
out a leath'r aren fr :
neo0me no' xaid- he, "Ik-YAf
gos you twentydoga -A
Bill In awdc
no v on v-tt~g/ r Fom
iA money, aird gosaanh
"Will you"'Yo " in'tiste ba
you .. owe
intsd f e ker nd d ill
'WllI ha foes'u hiAz jcfyd~
rtodtakut Rn 1 a g ,wietg
hold 41 on dee nigo"-n he W dL t
"Den.'now aid he om
Yawe ya taw! be ene
he d. -
"6Yoe, soinilieIa he, iinI~
dis i ndYcej ecisa ol3 -
tutae n avin'tae ij.ny" tS
Said Jim." "
"There ante bea t. '1 4 d trano4
pacs,h skiuBill, "but yoUrcknnitmet
do tip tjings'a little extra Inisaiper; -a
five jock pack-lw lergiinlwfe bere.Agdi
rakecm down41 'Anlsltlq he -~
tidrito the word; ho hauledIn9eaIdt
t Im bucdahZuso45 ayt wlc
had lost as wil a~s meroney "ndshl&.
brushes.- He 'loft for New Orleans ii int
first boat that night He'noi'i c~ot
~egistered a vovthat Ie'l
play at cards,inorepr arty
fe jack paqkl !.~
'Bumin '7'ata When( a ril
attempts to steal a kiss rovn a.Naat okec.
gdrl, sheo ays, *'corns sheer oft; r1'i
split your. mai,ns ii with a typhon.':
The-Bonton- girls laold.stilllnl th
are kissed; vhen they flare-'u-ant
and say, I think you ooght to -
-W hen ayopungchap ~ahsk
ca Allbany/rgue a~,''
my turnr how,'ap gv4hiv b
the oar 5h9(f AQpdon gj oic&
Whewn#ifcooife w t
frma LOU! *a'l* *. 9
osheak,-hyinaais u -nl6't4 &
1The Segr -u$~~
rso$ nh#s-sunyeo ,
. ':Whintth 4441
tio tat hoe nre.