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sCNixN 95hc Cowa".uo, from
*hieh we extract the following spicy
lrst cass of vagabonds rise !'
thupdered our -old schoolmaster.
ell'ttis vagabonds did riso. 'Now
swer bfe'ry question correctly, or
-I'll break every bone in your bodies,'
was the next pronunciamento of the
old utocrat of the red school house.
?ohri Brown, what do you under
stand by accoustics?
. Whya.stiek to drive crows with,
4Get out, you young vagabond!
Did I not see you reading about the
scierico of sound !'
'Guess not-that was about Syl.
Yester Sound the somnambulist.'
t oas,eh ? Sarah, you are John's
younger sister ?'
What is accoustics?'
'I- know, thir-it ith, it ith the art
of making a noith and hcai ing a
bYou are right. Explain it.'
'Yeth thir. If you tick your fin.
gel- in your itouth and then pull it out
suddenly, the cold air rushes into the
vacum' and produeth a thound that
thrikes upon the tympan of the ear
which maketh the thound audible,
and is denominated the thience of a
'You are quite right, Sarah. John
cah you now tell me What is ncant
by. the science of accoustice. Be care
ful, sir, oryou'll feel my stick.'
'Yes, sir. A cow sticks your fin
ger in her mouth-kicks over the tin
pan, which sounds awful, and is call.
ed the science of a cow's kick.'
'Well, John, you (o credit to your
aclier. You may take your books
'Willy Chase, what is the curren
cy ofthe United States ?'
Cash and money.'
'What re its denominations ?'
'Coppu , bogus and bungtown
cents, pennmes, fips, fourpence, hap
'nys, lovies, ninepence, Spanish quar
ters, pistaroons, and shinplasters.'
'That will do.'
'Jones, what is the standard weight
of the U. S. ?'
'Scale weight and a little longer.'
'Samuel, how many kingdoms are
there in the material world ?'
'Three, only three.'
'Well, name them-what are they?
'Mineral kin dom, animal king
don) vegetable ingdom, and king
jow.many kinds ofimotion
dRo, only two; voluntary and in
- Smonsays there's foiw.'
NA .What does Simon say they are?'
'Point, point up, point down, and
wag your ac
~elebrated Wan t
DR. ]M LER laa fatt4lhl J
one of th. We'tmeilhi sool
'sentng tiese- reiedles -d 'e iied
They are all of u ndoubted nedielal . wor
anud hold out to the I aluj & promise relig
sueh as none others possess. They each har
beell thoroughly tried inl a longsuccessful pri
Vate practice, and have establish ad for tli.
b a re el n but few Posess, aid givei
botter mai~ to the milicted than. auy 01
the boasted remedies of the day. In offfteuda
then to tlme public, the proprietor is influencek
by no siamuter motives of gain, but feels con.
scius dent thay are eminently deserving ol
public conlfidence. No medicines ever before
the public have acquired such deserved repu.
ation upon deeir mnerits alone, or appeal with
much irresistible force to the invalid.
le blood. Di. Relor's Sarsa
% paillia for the removal und per
mainent cre of ail diseaises arising from anl
impure state of the BLOOD and habit of the
body viz: Chronio Bronchitis, Catarrlh Plu.
riy. Coughs Scofula in all its forms, Tetter,
Scld hend, Ulcers of the fuce, body and ex.
fremities, Chronic llheumatism, ehronic diwt
seens of the stomach. liver and skis; White
swellings, Enlargement of the joints. old ul
cers, consuitutional debility, syplhlitic disorders
mercurial and hereditary pre diipositions, etc.
ORC'i*O THE WISE AND AFFLICTED
-In every change that is taking pluce in the
boly, it is mnduifest; lint it is brought about by
Sanmething having a substantive existence. If
we suppuse the organs of our body originally
perfcct unless changed by the intervention of
something that bears an unhealthy relation to
them. In all cases of diseases, there must be
the interopsition of somac new iugredient,
which, by hlaying its part as a cause, served
to modify the propertive before connected with
the body. It is absurd to talk of ulontaions
disvese takimg place in organs healthy, with
out the interposition of somo morbific agent.
An well ainight we oxpect a piece of chalk to
tranfer itself spoitanaeously into Plaster of
l'uris, without the aid of Sulphuric Acid. In
all dseascathere is a lrior cause that mst he
removed through the intervention of the
llLOI): to accomplish which tihe aillicied
have no remeil/ e(lual to Dr. KEELER'S
SA RSA PA ItIILA.
fLj For detailm,eertificates, etc., see circu
lurs etc.-Prce $I per bottle. large size, 6
Dr. Keeler's Congh Syrap.
.Among all the remedies before the public
this stands pre-eminent Consumption, Bron
chitis, Ca larhs. Coughs, fioarseness, Wloop.
img Coughs, Pleurisy, Asthmnn, Spitting of
Bllood, and for all nilTectionLs of the pulmonary
organs occasioned by cohi. Too much praise
cannot be bestowed upon this remedy, and
the proprietor urges any one afilicted with
any of time aboen complainti to secure it at
onc.*. It is warranTto cure or no pay.
Price only fifty cents.
Dr. Keeler' Cordial and Car
Every family whether rich or poor, who
values health and all its blessing, should have
this imva41nble remedy at hand, It is infin
itely the best remedy known for Diarrhea,
dysentery, cholera morbus. cholera infantum,
cholic, ftr.tulency, griping pains cramp. etc.,
and for all diseases of the stomach aid bowels
caused by teething. The numurous testimo
nials from Physicians and others unsolicited,
ha, given it a reputation as firm as adamant.
Price 25 cents per bottle.
Dr. Keelerls Versiiffne Syrup.
This remedy is pleasant to the taste, harm
less to the patient and all powtirful in destroy
ing and renmovinag all kinds of wormis from the
body. It is without doubt, the cheapest and
best destroyimg medicine before the public,
and will if admimstered according to direc.
tions, remove -hemn uithin five or six hours
after taken. Thea! dose is small, fand each
bottle contains twice as much as similar rem
idies. Price only 25 cents per bottl.
Dr. Keeler's Liver and Lvn
Ithggfitre~rli~eined a a "ere
* y11aiy are time nidest und best rernay
to reimon o -.msumption, .inindice., Dvopep.
sin, Dibousnmess, ... ..0s0", a, tonI stoiachi
haead-ache mdgstion, etc. Unilike othier
pmurgatian imedieiae themy leave. time bowels
alwaays relaxed, consequenatly areih nam.
Weare authoriZed to
announce MALILY BROODON, Es ,. a
Candidate for the Offick, or Sherit'of surn
or District, at the next Election.
l@We are autIorized to
announce Col. JOHN C. RHA ME, a e
didate for the offic of Sherif, at tme enu
e ing Elctgtion xtEecin
B'Ihe Fnriends or Rich g
B. BROWVN, announce himMl, a Candi.
date for the Office of Sheriff of Sumter
Dirt at te C euing lection.
fr7'We are authorized to announce M~j
BO01HN BA LLiARD, as a candidate a
Dherit at the ensuing election.
The fh-icn~ds of Williana
A. COLCLOUGh, Eid, announce Mim
as a :andidate for Sheriif at the next
43T We are authorized to
announce Mr. JOHN 0. DURANT as a
cmdidate for the cilce of Clerk if the
Court at the ensuing election.
Mr. FA itor :--Please announce JOHN
DARGAN JONES, as a candidate for re.
election to the office of Clerk of the Court
for Sumter District, and oblige the
S3U'MT J0It A Nt.
Oc"We are authorized to
annomice D.ANIEl. 1. RICHtOUG,
a candidate for tihe olice of Clerk at the
ensuing elect ion.
POR T.x Co LECTOR.
*rWe are authorized to
annouce J UN V DAIRGAN, a candi
date for Tax Collector, for Claremont
County, at tihe nlext Election.
UT We arc atiorize(I to
annoumce A LEXANI)R WATTS, Esq.
as a (anlidate for Tax Collector, of Clare
mont county at tihe enmsning Election,
Attoriney at Law.
Suinterrille, S. C.
May 16, 1849. 29 tf
JOHN T. GREEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice in the Courts of Law, for
Sumnter, Darlingtoni and Kershaw Districts.
Office one door below Clark's Hotel.
COLLL-T11V It. TOBEAS,
fittinterville, S. (f.
.Will practice in the Courts of Sumter,
Kershaw, Darlington and Richlimd.
Janl (1, 1530. l
Tme subscribers have this day formed a
co-partnecrship ini thme prac-tice of Law.
T. ii. F'UA8SER,
L. L.. FRASER, Jma.
Janmi, 1850. l
FRRD RICKACL N
CABJ NI REo, ever o ired
of style or workmaiis p, cannot be surpas
.te 00o 1ttdtes thosb -wh ane a6ut to y
prices--;satIae that'they will be met witi
Among his Stock now on h
Marble T0j) Wash Stands
Mahogany Do. (10.
WRITING DESKS in great variet
195 and 19
(1p'All Furniture saf'cly pac]
Jan 9, 1850.
GEORGE A. HYDE,
SUCCESsOR TO HOUsTON & HYDE, 283 KING.
Opposite AIerchants Hotel.
Manufacturer, Wholesale and Retail Deal.
er in Clothing,
G. A. 11. Respectfully invites the atten.
tion of his friends and ihe pul)lic to his
large assortment of F1ashionable and .le.
gant Clothuing now on hand, equal in ever
respect to the bet custom work, to whic
he is weekly adding large supplies direct
from his own Manufactory in New York.
This Establishment is conducted entire
ly on the Cash Principles both in purchase
and sales, giving him grea t advaitage in
his selections and enablingr him to sell at
New York rates. lie is now offering this
stock, (whicia is not excelled for variety,
style, beauty, and durability of trorkman.
ship in the Union, at such prices as to make
it an nducenett for purchasing to call be
fore making their selections. A superior
assortim.nt of Fine Sftirts, Collars, Cravats,
Canes, &c. &c. constantly on hand.
With attentive and obliging salesmen,
gentlemen can depend upmn iaving their
wants supplied immediately. All garments
warranted to fit well and give satisfaction
in every respect.
9ETMr. JonN T DA.nnV, long known in
the clothing line is now at this establiblh.
ment, where he would be happy to see and
serve his friends.
GEO. A. HYDE,
Succestor to Houston & Hyde.
Charleston. May 23, 1819. 30 lV
VconNER OF KING AND GEORGE STREETS.
-CHA RL.EST ON, S. C.
This Hotel is situated in the most falt
Ionable prt the City. The Proprietor
will be. pIleadd to see his friends and the
travelgipublic promisinv. that no exer
tions Fball.be wanting on lis part to make
their stay agreeable. Prices reasonable.
P. A. IOKIE, Proprietor.
Aug. 29 , 44 tf
KimikeJin on gggg.a
ONLY 2V EN
'Is Book, ju published; i iled $'se.
uiW iiformadtir, on the infnnities and diseases
if the-Generative O ns. It addrmoses itsielf
dlike to YOUTH, M IIOOD and-OLD AGE
1'o all who apprehend or suffer updelir the diri
sensequences of early or proloneged lndigcretionx
-to all who Fiel the exhaustive, efecto of eden.
X,and baneful habits-to all who in addition
eclining physical enerry, are the victisi of
vervous and mtenti debil ty, and of moliseg and
nelancholy despondency. Dr. K. woud say
Rea4 this Book.
The ivaluable advice end inpressive warning
t gives, Will prevent years of neery and sufler.
Anrg, an save annually Thoumends of IMes.
. rents by reading, it will loam how to pre
,ent the desitruction of their children.
87 A remittance of 25 cents,. enclosed in a
etter, tuldressed to DR. CINK fELIN, N. W.
!orner of THIRD & UNION Streets, betwees
spruce & Pine, L'JILADELPIIIA,. will en.
rure a book, under envrelope, per return of mail.
of extensive and tninterrnited practice spent
nt this city lave rendered X. K. the mostexpert
mnd succesfed practitioner far and near, in tie
reatment of l diseases of a private nature.
'ersons nilicted with mleere upon tlhe body,
hroat. air legs, pnlhim fin the head or hones, mier.
uil rhecumat am, fitrietres, gravul,'discwe
riPif lfron yout hful excesmees or inpuritic, of
hw ulood. whreby iie contitution has becomse
nfeehlbel, are all treated witlh success.
Iewld Fceqs himself under the care of Dr.
C., snay reglouly confide in hip; honor as a
efntleman. ,and confdently rely upon his kill
a a ilvipicanu.
SPeronsta disttnen imay adlress Dr.
. p1 letter, ("-paid') asill be cired at home.
PA(CKA(;HS of MlEICIN&S, DIRECT-.
lWNS, &., forwnred, h sendlineg a remittance
nd put lip secure from AMAUE Ol ClII I
. j7' Booksellern, News Agents, Pedlars,
anvattrers, nved till thieroe supplied Wile the
Neo work at very low ratee.
Fehl 13, 18W- 1G ly
MITCHEI'S EYE SALVE.
k certain, srfe and eff'ectual Curefor Sore,
'eak and inflamed Eyes, designed ex.
presslyfor Diseases of the Eye.
TIIE Iunpartaleled sumcess Which h-a attend
IIthe use of this preparation,and the acknowl
' neccueity for tome article wich can be
le. upoin an a rmed y ine severe cases of Op.
theeic afiections whic tre so itralet in this
utry, induced the Pro rictor to make ar
Ingerneents through his Igets, to plaice ti6
alve within the reach of everv individual who
ma need time benefits which rtilt from its use.
'The great ad vantages possessed by this ar
cle over every other, its Certaint, Safety.
onvenence and Economy. All physicians ad
dit that grunt dan or e it be apprehend from
ruing the eye w en ine ani inflamed and tut
ealey state. In tie use of this Salve this ob.
ction is entirely removed, as nip harm can
rseibiy result from its u-'- it being itt all ca
:s applied to the external pordnn of the eye,
kereby avuiding all the inconveiience, Pain
ad danger, which necesarily attend the In
oduction of aity pungent artil. into the eye.
Its activity il atfublning inlasumnati is so
reat that but few caaes requiire the use of more
pan one bottle to efieta perfect eure.
Agnts atSumtervile; mtere. A. J.
-. oses, Dre. Miller & lIoicinani, and ).
S. Melliett. and by Agents generally ien
A Voice to the People.
DIL GORDON'S FAMILY PILLS.---e
g compounded exclusively of sulch ingrdtlents
i nature intended should operate on .the im
irities of the human system- strike at the root
e dsieasee, removing all impurities from the
ply, opeting the pores externally and intern
ly, seperaing all forein and obnoxiouep-rtl.
es from the chyle, so tXt the blood, of which
in dhe origin, iust be thoroughly pure-nec
sairly securing a free and vigorous action to
e iteart, Insglo, liver and stomache, thereby
Ptoring Acali, by opeting the pres, cleasing
*evelts and arteries, -nn1n111122111g. all the
atar eia and pufy)hur the mod, the em.
bhase, to call a n his stock and
d, are the latest &Styes of
&C. &C. &C.
7 King Street, Victoria Range,
Charleston, S. C.
ked for ransportatiol.
H. B. CLARKE,
Ilam now on hand, a full assortment of
the LATEST STYI1E AND FINEST
QUAIdTY of the following Goods:
8uperfine and nmedium BROADCLOT1IS,
in black and colors
Stuperfine and medium black French and
Fancy Casimneres of the latest styles a
Vestings-Silk and Merino, rich and new
Extra super. black Satins and Silks
Gen'-'s Kid Gloves, best quality, in black,
white and colors
Gent's Beaver, Merino and Military Glovev
Under Shirts and Drawers, of silk, Wool,
Merino and Cotton
Black Italian and fancy Cravats, of the best
Tailorah Trimnnings, of all kinds.
Orders from the country promptly attended 0
H. B. CLARKE, 205 Kin -street, r
2d store above ,arket st.
Charleston, Nov. 28th, 1849. 5 Gm
W. A. KENT & MITCHELL
Clothing and Out-Fitting
No. 268 King-street, corner of
Wentworth, Cliarlestonl, S. C. g
Purchasers will find at all times a full
and complete stock of Gent's.
REA.DY-AL-ADE CLOTIIING L;
W. A- Nr. - G. n. ircHELL it
Maninfctory ][13 Washliingtona
Stores N. Y.
May 1840. 30 tf :
T, E, CLYDE,
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL it
IIfDR ODD FELIws ar
AR S A PA It 1LL
Wonder asad 'Eleslrg Qftbs -
he most extreerdnar Aedicine in taheVe.
This Eatract is put up in quart DjottIks;' it s-g
times cheaper, plessanter, and warranted superidt
to any sold. It cures disease without voilting
purging, sickening, or debilitating the PaliPL
The great beauty and au'perigrity of t1 a'
par0is over all other Medicines I. whil -
Iates disease, it invigorates the iody. itisone
SPRING AND BUMMER imDICINl
eer known; It not only purifis the.whole-syb
tem and strengthans the person, but It craates, sew,
are and delh blood; a power possessed by no otkeir
edicine. And in this lies the grand secret df-its
woderful successa. It has performed within Je oas
two years, Mnore than one hundred 'eur
*f severe cases or disease, at least. 60.000 wee
sidered Incurable. It has saved the lives of ss
than 11,000 children the three post seaimas.
100,000 esa of Generat Deblistyasd seans
Da. & P. Townstsrn'# Sarserilla iuvigolates tin
whole system permnanently. ''o' those who hlskv
lost their muscular energy, by the efiects of mMl.
eing. of indiscretion committed in youth, or the ey.
'Cesive in-idgence of the passnls, and brouthrba,
yphysial prostration of the nervut systeik'a*WP
Jjtude, want of ambition, fainting ssations pr
lure deca; and decline, hasteaning towiard ti:
cdisease, onsumption, can be entirel restor
this pleasant remedy. Thi Sarsapara is Whr
rior to any
As it rene s and invigorae g
:-A i thia S~,tem, esi
tivity to the limbs, and strength the 'seued
8) stem In a most extraordinary degree
Cleanse and Strengthen. Consumption can be
cured. Brenehiies, Censumption, Liver Cos.
plaint. Cold*. Catarrh, Caagh-. Ast&m, Spiltit
eg Blood, Sereness in the CAest, Ifectec Pla
ght Sweet*. Difficult er Profuse Exrpectwrsatls.'
Pain in the Side, 4'c., hae been ard can be turea.
Da. 8. P. Townxxxie-j verily believe ou.a
perilla has been the means, through 1rovldene,
of saving my life. I have for several years hid'a
bad Congb. it biecame worse and worse. At lat L -
raised large quantities of blood, had night swes
and was greatly debilitated and reduced, and
not expect to live. I have only used yoUt Saat
parilla a short time and there has a ' erful'.
change been wrought in: me. I am n -&able
walk all over the olty. I raise no blood, a"d my
tough has left me. Yn can well Imagine thet I
am thankful for these results. Your nhedient
servant. WM. RUSSEL, to Catherine-it.
Do. 8. P. Townsarpn's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign
and speedy cure for incipient Consumpton, Barren.
ne, Prolapsus Uteri, or Falling of the Womb, Co
iveness, Pile, Leucorrhea, or Whites, obstructed
or dificult Menstruation, Inrontinence of Urine, or
involuntary discharge thereof, and ftr the general
prostration of the system--no mattay whather the
result of inherent cause or causes, pr-idc" by U%
regularity, illness or accident. Noting casobe more
surprising than its inrigorating ef-ects on the human
frame. Persons all weakness and laitude from
taking It, at once become robust and tall of Olergy
under Its induence. it immediately enunteracs.
the nervelessness of the female frame, which Is the
great cause of Barrenness. It will not be expogted
o[ us, in cases of an delicate a nature, to exhibit ear.
titicates of cures performed. but we can assure 'he
alllted, that hundreds of cases have been reported
to us. Thousands of cases where families have been
without children. after using a few bottles of this
invaiaahle Medicine, have been bessed with
Great Blessing to Mothers and
it is the safest and nnst errectual meal
purifying the system. and relieving the sa
attendant uapon childbirth ever discovne
strengthens both the mother and the ch'ld, vpate
pain and disease. increases and enriches th fbo
.hose who have used it, think it is Indispehsable. t
is highly useful both before and after cimnement,
as it prevents diseases attendant uon child.bih
In Costiveness, [Iles, cramps, 3n eiling of the Feet,
Despondency, Heartburn, Vomiting, Pain In the
Buck and ions, False lains, llenorrhage, and, in
re ulating the secretions and equalizing the circi
la n, It has no equaL The gret eauty of ti
medicine is, il Is always safe, a hn ma1 t leikote .v
use it most iccessfully. cases Be 444
any other medicine, in CastorOR ,
tni I- ful. 0 0 uon Id e41
t wdl la
oe and ny cold anh=it. '7A