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dir of~v&BW t
ed by able and acce) -in
all the.1fite. b sy and
ornnamenta edupatio es have
mJa ud'tM' mos Jibe ra complete ar.
aite tooimpart an extensive, thor
a ighly finished educationV to, all
the pupils cQmitted to their charge; and
on the niost moderate terms. Str.et and
parental attention paid to the uwinners and
morals of the y6ung ladies. Religious ser
vice, m, connection With Subbatfi School
s . es, held -every Sunday morniny in
he benefit of the Institu.
sehol ar is di into two
essions o yve months each, beginning
espqctie n tih first Mondays in Feb.
r ry atd uly; payments hialf yearly in
auvantle. Rites the the same as last year.
D. B. McLAURIN,
Sec. & Treas.
he flowfevng resolution was adopted by
pard of Trustees:
esolved, That hereafter any parent,
whoshall send to board and educate in this
Institute, at any one time five daughters,
'shall be entitled to receive the board and
eduaention of the fifth one gratis.
An arrangement has also been made to
supply Students of the Institute with books
and stationary at Charleston retail prices.
Feb. Oth 1WO 15 tf
WAebb Clark's Hotel,
SUMTERVILLE, 8. C.j
This Ilotel is mituated in the nmost pleas.
ant part of the ton% n. The Proprietor will
be pleased to see his friends and the trav.
elling public; promising to spare no exer
tions on his part to render themn coimflorta
ble. Chargcs reasonable.
Jan- 23 13 tf
3rTi-_Weekl Telegraph, (Columbia)
and Charleston Courier, copy three months
and send bills to this otlice for payment.
Boot and Shoe Mart
would respectfully infori i si,4 F
friends Uind tie public that he
Removed his estabbslhnttt to Liberty
ttreet, tixt door to Vmt. Webb's store,
where he will he happy to see thet.
The presett state of the nmarket will not
nllow hi m to give but a short credit, aind
trusts his prices, which are sufficiently low,
will detand th. cash.
He has just received front Clharleston
and Philadelphia a very select assortnent
of gentlemen's fine Ioots,.for sale lotu for
- . assflon(rtmestnt of line and superfine Gti
, 3ies, -uskins and hI isses' Bootees, to.
ther with a new article stylcd, Pa/o Aim
-Mes, well worthy the attention of the ladies
of the District.
By endeav'oring to suit the taste of all
hetrusts to merit a further share of public
:umterville, Feb 6.
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders to
yy extent its the above line, b.,tlh t'or new
~orkand repairs. Ouar (inus are not suir
pase by any miadle int the St ate, polss~sing
all-thn!i ndantyps of thne Fa1lingr ltr'nsi
and sliding lRios, whicb saves a great dea.l
in way of repairs. WVe also tise the S'teel
late Saws, vithi teeth set in an angle that
cannot possibily injttre the finest stapjle,
'ith aniprovmtent 'in regulate thme imating
hecottonl; our brnu-h is contsfrneted ona
pldan, givintg at once, thle advanxtagecs ot
- l ightness, st rengthI an fo ~rct--allI very
ma~terialin the successful operat ion of at
Gin. WVe would invite planters to call
ait our shopj and examine fomr thouniselves,
whilst we would assture thte public genieral
ly, that they shall have nto cause to comt
plain either of our work orprc.
Weare also pireparedl to tdn work in thie
Cabinet. line--such as Beadsteads. Ward
robes- Safes, Book cases, Statnds, T'ables,
Onplboards, &c. &c. at short notice, oni
* IIUDlSON & BItOTIJIR.
Ojposite i1he f'res/ ytieriain church.
BY ROBERT LATTA,
* EATE~ k3V C. EI. I)AV I.,
Wou hi res4pect fully inniot uce, liat he
ltos tnow in chtarge the abtove ceell locat ed
H oteh, convenient tio the monst buisineuss
part of the Town, for travellers; directlyv
on all streets passing thirongh-and. now
undergoing thorough repairs. lie earnt.
estly solicits a call tromt his frienids antd
the publ ic generalIly--for he feelis oueentu
tiot they canntort he otheurwise Ihanu pleas~ed,
ats ino paLins wvill be spared to make all
A variety of thc best itqutors cantie hail
at the lBar, except on Si udays. Goddicardi's
o0d 1805 Blrandy anid other tine Liuors in
bottles: the most favorite btranids of Chain.
pagnes; the choicest bran~ds of. Segars ntid
Tiobascco; Scotch Ale ini ptiuts; Hot,.t W.t
im:n andi iCE wid1 he kepit constantly on
?hand dairing tihe sominer season.
Good stables, roo~my lots for D~rovers,
and always plenty of cornt, oats aitd fodder,
and attensive hostlers.
- He is age'ntt for the Northern Line of
N. 1.-Omnibuises run regularly to andl
from the Rail Road l)epott tor passHentgers,
wocan also be acctonanoda)4teLd woit h a
carriage, buggy or horse to go intto the
Plantation for Sale,
The stubscriber' ofi'rs for sale his Plan
taution in Sutimer District, two iniles south
of" Statesburg, conisistinig of a tract oif
seven hurtdred anid fifty acres (7~5tf,) a larmge
parijon Oak and Hlic kory anid admnirabaly
adapt~et to the cultivation of cotton. Thecre
is an excellent Dwvellitng I louse-good ont
buildings---stalie and barnts-and houses
for theoaccommtodation of forty or fif ty nie
rneus Thtegood lands and <Iecided healthi
iof the lade cotmbine to rondos it a desirable
Eor terms apply to
WIV. J-. R E ES, Jr.
Statesbtrgh, Sept. 19; 1840t. 16 t f
"1I erchants' Hotel,
~ ~'EN & IVR
E, ng~a and Soclety-streets,
o Y4~~~~rroY, 5. 0.
i~n th'hnursce port of the
clI~~. ~~orydesiraible lhnfbrt and convent
iunnet hTvlnt~agr intunity, and Permat
neta tb eW'~T~aathshnmnt 1lm condumctedl
strit yr 'n Temp6rae - Pincilei. TEaxa
~Ai~da i" will attnd. the
~W~t,.a~d ~ rd thm 'fitl foisd
accom: istion of Passon~fgt
u h n u p yal
add * tak* ' e
.a i entto valid i Oro " o ie(.'
such an nain" oth~,ro pospeum. They eahhave
keen thoroughly tried in a long suecessfal pri-.
Yate practice, and Fi'we established for them
stlves a reputation hut few possess, and given
better satisfaction to the ufllicted than any of
t-e boasted remedies of the day. in ofli.ring
thet to the pubtic, the proprietor is influenced
by no sinister motives of gain, but feele con
scous that they are eminently deserving of
public confidence. No medicines ever before
the public have acquired such deserved repu -
tution upon their merite alone. or appeal with.
mch irresistible force to tihe invalid.
"lhue blood. Dr. Keeler's Sars
PIarinit for the removal and prr..
maunent cure of tall discuses arising frot an
impirer state of the DILOID ad hubit of the
body viz: Chronio Irocnchititi Catarrh, I'lu,
rimy. Coughls Scofula in all its formss, Tetter,
Scald head. Ulcers of the face, body and ex.
freinties, Chronic htlicunatism, chronic dii.
seeas of the stomach. I iver and skin ; White
swellings, Enlargeninut of the joints, old ul
cers, constitutional debility, syphlitio disorders
suercurial and hereditary pro dispositions. etc.
aIXr'TO TIlE WISE AND AFFLICTED
-le every chango that is taking place iu tile
body, it is mattifesti hat it is brought about by
Something having a substantive existenice. If
we anisose the orguns of our body originally
perket unless changed by ite intervution of
something thit bears an unhealthy relation to
themte in all cases of iiseases, there must be
the interopsition of so ne iew iugredient,
which. by playing its part as a cause, served
to Imiodify the properties before contected with
the body. It is ubsurd to talk of spontaneous
dkeuise taking place inl organs healthy, with
out the interposition of soine morbific agent.
As well mighitt we expect a pieco of chalk to
tranfer itself spontaneotily into Plaster of
P'aris, without the nid of Sulphuric Acid. lin
ll disenesesthere is a prior cau'o that iist be
removed through the intervention of the
ILOOD : to Hecornp!isl which tie nfllected
have no remwd/ elial to Dr. KELIElC's
SA WA PA ItILLA.
9__'. For detuil,certificates, etc., ses circl
lass etc.--l'rice $1 per bottle. large size, 6
Dr. Keeler's Congla Syrup.
Among all the rerned;vs before tie public
tins etatids pre-e'minenit Consunmnption, lIlrou
chitis, CUntzrmrlis. Conghs, ioarse-ness, Whoop,
imeg Conghs, l'lvuri-sy, As'mnt, Slitting of
111I1d,,11d for all :l-Ctionis of tha pulImonary
orgmxs ocaiioed by colbt. Too much praise
cannot be bestowed uposi this reedy, Rad
the proprietor urgo4 any one isillected with
ani of the ave cornplaints to secure it at
once. It it; warrauted to cure or no pay.
Price only fifty cents.
Dr. IKe4lcr' Cordlil and Car
Every family whther rich or poor; who
tuines health und all its blessing, should have
this invahuble remedy at hand, it is infit
itely lite best renedy known for Diarrhua,
dysentery, cheilera norbus. cholera infanatum,
cliolin, fb.tuletey, griping pias cramp, etc.,
and for all disentees tlithe setomnich and bowels
caused by teething. The taunerous testim'.
nials from I'lvsicinus tad others unsolicited,
heast given it a reputationl as firm as adamaunt.
Lrico 25 Cents lper bottle.
Dr. Kecle'r'# Versausfage Syruap.
This remely is peasaint to the taste, iurm
less to the patietl ae all powerful ill destroy
Ilng and removilg aill kinds of worms from tlie
body. It is without doubt, the cheapest antd
beslt destroying medicinie before the iblic,
and will if administered according to ditec.
tious, remove heml within five or shx hours
after tuken. Te dose is simaill, and each
bottle contitai twice as much as simiilar rein
idies. Prieo only 25 cents per bottle.
Dr. Keler's Liver sanud Sata
Althoigh not re'commrsentded as a "core
all,"' yet they3 are the naildlest andI best remndy
to remlove Coinsuiiption, Jaundice, l)ysip.p
ainm, liihiousneass, nswrvousne a, foul stomanch.
head *nchse induhgestionm, etc. Unlike other
puirgnt;sive nn-diehime they leave the howVels
aelways rehiared, conseqenmtly are thce prope'r
mmedineii for b-imle's anid pdersons leading a
sedentary litt'. P'rice 2.' cents.
Dr. Keel~er'sI 1 Riaceatic Lo
. A justly ce'lebratedl e'xterme aplicationi for
lpase of the chest, i-uiralgia, hceud- ach,
Isii uas, beruises, tic dolweima s, sw ellinig of the
yeemts, rhieumiathsm,:;aut, sciatica asnd for all
diseorders whle'rejin a wth~sivuoiln ruhietfacie'nt
remeduy i apphciabile. I'rice 37 l-2 Cts. pier
All thnr eabovo celehbrntedl anid e'xtenesi..-Av
ned uem-diciim-s are prepared and sold Re.tail,
2!I I arket Strce't.
Fo ah y Dir. It 8. AM,-lh-tt, .Sum.
lcrvislle'; Z. . . )elay Cian(ntieen; ilhick
h'lny, O..rangebu)11rg; I nit rittht &5
.\uit, Coltumia~; .J. McM hillan, Miarion;
P. M. Coehein; ChairleCstn un by
lOrtsgtfist ninel Me rchnts' itt every townc
ulithroughout ihe Stte.
DeeL. 19, 1849 8 ly
Thie Statebutrg ial, wh itbI eimbrac'es
ihe Noirthe'rii acid Weste'rn, as wel I. thelii
Chiarlesten (Cultunmbia andi Caniihein itail,
I ue daicly ait - 9 1.2 ', 31.
C.lo."esc:itly at . 4 o
- ine Tluesday ait - 5 ec
Closes Fid meay at - 4 0
Dute STisrsday at - (I "
Closes 'lTuesdayv at - 4
V'ANCP.S FERlRiY .MA1l,,
Dute PTuesda~y matcl lridanv ait 7 "
Closes Sa~:turday & W~c~edesdy
at . . '41
lOWDlEN'S MII, MalL,
Dues Monsday~ at - 8 i
Closes Salt'rdlay ait - 4
FlILTON Ma L,
Dute Tluesda~y T)hutrsuday andi S-iturdays~
at. 8 '
C'ses Mo1~eenday WVednesdayi~ acid Friday'
at - - . 4 ,
WVill opens every da~y ecepts iSunday aet
Will close at - - 1
W~eill oen sit .. - '2 1.2 "
Will closse at - 5
WYsl open at - 8 1.2 "
Will close at - (I 1.4
N. 11. All Tlranssient newspapeprs nsot
sent immtsediately roum the ollice ofi pubslica-i
tion to stsbscrthbers, mustst be pre.pa id.--I
Circuslars, I Iandbhills, I i'hogr.raphis, &c.,
msustt alhways he lpre-.paiid thirere 'enits, oth,.
erw~'ise they wtill tnot lie senit int te miais.
Simimterville,.Jant. 1st I1850
1000) Foet 4 inch Copper riveted Gin
Oil Floor Cloth, India Ruhbar Cloth,
Bruseols Carpeting. together with a fullI
assortmecnt of Carriung- Tl'yimmings, Ot.s,
Painsts, Varnialh &c. Pbr 8ale by
_______A. .1. & P). MiOSER.
Boots and. Shoes,
Fur, Silk, Pantama,. Lsghorsn and Hiraw h lats,
justioonnd by L 1. 11A.N ' t
A. R. Brad
Ua candidate for
T. -ext electhmt.
Ot'r e are no-i'zed to
announce MALLY ROGDON, Esq. a
Candidate for the Offcc of tSheriff of Sum
or District, at the next Election.
.IE1TW e are arthorized to
announce Col. JOHN C. ItIJAbiE, a can
didate for the office of Sheriil; at the ensu.
Thie F ricueds of UIicsard
B. BiROWN, announce him as a Candi.
date for the Offic.t of Sheritf of Sumter
District at the ensuing ilection.
17 Ve are authorized to announce Maj.
IOIIN BALLARD,1 as a candidate to
Sherifl at the ensuing election.
Tie n'icinds of W illiam
A. COLCLOU(Il, sq , announce hint
as a :andidate for Sheriff' at the next
ocT We are authorized to
announce Mr. JOHN 0. DURANT as a
candidate for the cdlice of Clerk of the
Court at the ensuing election.
Mr. Editor:-Please announce JOIN
DAILGAN JONES, as a candidate for re
election to the oflice of Cleric of the Court
for Sumter District, and oblige the
S u~nr ew.wcs.
(tjIYWo are authorized to
announce DANIEL ii. ItIC1iBORG,
a candidate for the otlice of Clerk at the
ensmting elect ion.
FOR ''A X COIIEC TOR.
Ar-We are authorized to
ainounce JOHN V I)Alt(;AN, a candi
date for Tax Collector, for Claremont
County, at the next Election.
(tT" We are atithorized to
annoiunee AlEXANDI1i WA'"'S, Esel.
as a Candidate for Tax Collector, of Clare
montA county at the ensting Election,
Attoiney at Law.
Suntereille, S. v.
May 16, 1849. 29 tf
JOHN T, GREEN,
ArroUnEr AT LAW,
ritlitcrVILlC, s. (I.
Will practice in the Courts (of Law, for
Smitter, Darlingto and Kershaw istricts.
Olice one door below Chrk's lotel.
COLLI TON II. TOBIAS,
Ctmterville, S. T1.
Will praetice in the Courts of Sumter,
Kersaw, Da~rington and ltichlanid.
Jan 9, 1850. l
The suibscrtbers have this day formed a
co-partnership int the piractice of Law.
TI. It. FiHASEI(,
L L. Fil.SERitt.
Fresh Garden Seeds,
Onion Set ts, &*e- &c . For SaleI at
AIli.L1"TTS lIitUG STOREl.
A l S()
Xiinsfproved IYeast Po4wde(rs.
Fral by it. s. llllT.
Of I~r lieseripjtio aftrotm the lElemten.
tary Sp~eller , to Ilatin andi G reek, i inld
tng Sltatioitery' of alIt k inds, for Sale. hv
A. J. & l'. *1081ES.
TUhe tubrscbr respect fitlly i. nitm
his uold eititd in ltrortd street tnear Alami.
iire;,d anid all varieties oft Futney Ctk,,
Ibsettts anid Crackhers, contstan.tly 'on hamut
1t iniconnectjin withI hir ha kerv' he is in
daily reenipt oft lit1F.S I1 )VSy1llS--aml
hie h~as twide arrangemen,.i ts to serve thte:tt
up Itoi~=wrto Fu. so Srct:W~t tir it the
It'is Citi-.\Ni, e'.ery variety oif Coii.
fertiona ry, Fruit, Nat'iv. anITropica!
Nuiis, Famncy Articles, etc. ii-e., const att Iy
1)* FL"OUlIt, of te best brtandus for sale.
Fare Reduced to $20 from
Charleston to New-York.
IRA.\VING\ the \Vharf at the fooit if
Laurenait. tdaly at ;1, pi. it,. after thte
;irrivaul of the Sutthen cars, via \VlI.
Thei ipibb e is respect fulIy iniformedr that
the st'amiiers of tis litne, iroot I'harlestonu
to, \ihningtoni, atre in first rate conitio,
andi are tna' iigatedi by well kno11wni anti expe
ricted cotitintide rs, atnd te rail rtiads are
mt line tirder, therebyi set-nritg saity bthI
andi dispattch. A TI'llIttG Il TlI ''(' K IT
hiavinig alreadl~y biett itn operation wd.il lie
coni iitid til atnd alter the tirst ofiet.
I181l9, as a piermtanen-t arratnement fromti
('harnleston to New Yowrk. li~s-eng.ers
availing t hemtselves thereot, will have thle
opttin eit hetr to1 cotuite without delay
hrough the route or otherwise. to slop it
any of the a itermodiate points5, reniewinig
theiir seatts n the Unte to Ruit their contve
nietice. Ilv th is rtiute tavelb-irs utv
butsitness hours. Itigae will tbe tickeuted
in hoa rdi le Stemntier t, \Ve'ildon, as like
wise iin the tebatnge tof ris, at thei itertme
hlate pis f romtt thIenter to N. Yotrk.
Thogickets $20I ech, cant altonie he
\Vihiningtont anid Italeigh It. It. Comtpanyv,
nt theo ofico uf the Comiipanty toot of Lau
ronit-street, to whomt please apply. For
ather informationt inquire of
At the American Hotel, Charleston S. C.
May' 9 49 ly
Blianks ihr Sale at this Office
FRIWDEMIUCK 6 RK, NOS.
Would respectfully Inorn the people of
celved from his Manufactory in the City
CABINET FURNITURE, ever offbred in
of style or vorkmalship, cannot be surpass
He also invites those who are abont to pt
prices--eatisfied that they' will be met with
Armng his Stock Iow on i
Marble rop Wash Stands
Mahogany Do. do.
WRIrING DESKS in great variet.
195 and 19
(LTAll Furniture safely pacl
Jan 9, 1850.
GEORGE A. ]IYDlE,
SUCCESSOR TO hOUSTON & H YDE, 28. KING.
Opposite Merchants Hotel.
Manufacturer, Wholemale and Retail Deal
er in Clothing,
G. A. II. Respectfully invites the atten.
tion of his friends and the public to his
large assortment of F-1ashionable and Ele
gant Clhinsg now on hand, equal in every
respect to the rest custom work, to which
le is weekly adding large su>plico direct
from his owun Maanfactory in New York.
This Establishnont is conducted entire
ly on the Cash Principles both in purchase
and sales, giving him great advantage in
his selections and enabling himls to sell at
New York r-ites. lie is now ofTering this
stock, (which is not excelled for rariety,
style, betaty, and dirablility of worknan
ship inl the Union, at snch prices as to make
it an induceineit for purchasing to call he
fore naking their selections. A superior
assortment of Fine Shirts, Collars, Cravats,
Cantes, &.c. &.e. constantly onl hand.
With attentive and obliging salesnen,
gentlemen ean depend upon having their
wants supplhed inmediately. All garments
warranted to fit well and give satisfaction
in every respect.
93T31r. .vlonN T DARny, long known in
the clothinag line is zinw at this establish
mtent, where he would be lappy to see and
serve his friends.
GCEO. A. ihY DE,
Succestor to I louston & hlyde.
Clinrlestoni. Mlav 23, 1819. 30 IV
CORNER OF RiN. ANnGEORGESTREETS.
CIfA RL.EST ON, S. C.
This Ilotel is situated inl the most fash.
innable part of the City. 'Thie lrprietor
will he pleased to see his friends and the
travelling public pronisin", that no exer.
t inns shall be wanting on lIis part to inake
their stay agreeable. Prices reasonable.
F. A. IJOKH, Proprietor.
JOhn Wt, J(INa, Assisitanti.
Ant. 29 44 tf
CHlARLESTON, S. C.
Formerly kept by Chearles H1. Miot.
llvn eroie the l'roprietors of this
extenasive and wellI knaown estabm~ia-hintent,
sutbmtits its claimas with ItoentidlencLe to pub11.
lie support, satisfied thtat their eflbrts will
IriIed ecomfortable all whto ttnav favor them
The unde'rsignedl late of thte United
8tatevs Ilv.tel, \Angv.,ta, ( v'vrgiai,) htavinmg
leased the I Ci.\l.I;TON lit Yl liafr
:a t eri of ye rars, t vIk's pleasure int st.atoin
thtat thea euat re '.,tabhashmenit ha~s beeni
atl as namw open~i tfor the. receptiont ot cum-a
Imatprovemaents. Itte al-o beetn mtade itn
lhe I I'ause, pear tuarly 1 in. the I .adie's' lDo.
pairtmnti b the lt aibut~in of a lti'eeptiont
I .rnor, 'andal thet removal of the 1.aadies'
lir amI llaom.
W IchI imparoveaneatts, lae is assutred,
will gre atly wvhl to the' comfaorts ofi the
gaaests of tie house; andv hop..s, bv strict
at tetinn is owna part toget hevr withI the
aicr. oft Ihis Ihouse to meri'nt a lhberal share
of*~ theo pht!ie pat roage'v.
I)\ iNIll. .'ll.\lIR, l'rop'rietor.
Jatl v 25. 1- 19. :19 l y
SCOTT & EWART,
NO. 1, .\lliR('hIA NN' iOW,
( 'ap emb/ia, S. C.
Kee 01consttankit ly oat hanad :a general assort
Hardware & Groceries,
( onaawt mI of~
ili jo-i'i . i,,l 's. 'Atnvils, I laiers, &.c.,
I'lanes, Naws, (uige~s, I.ivels, Sijuares,
I'll 'rankvls, Mlli Nerews, Wrag Ironls,
alil Spa id l, W iingedl Gudgeon's, &c.,
I.1.\ l I, ~ i'aal I 'aster. Nails, I Ils's.
I'liiughi .\liitlds. I rioa andl Stee'l, Ile cks,
I iage~s, Screws, ilis,
W mdowl~ l-'astenioaass, l'rauaing Shecars,
Whiiale, Speraanii 1.masraed ( a s,
V'arnmiah, Pa intis, 1in; jt Irnushves,
Wahit e I .',h warrnanatedi pur, mranint
tvred Iby We(kevrat t &N. lIrithear, wviath
a Ia rgot and i wi 'eltedi~. Stiotck of Shtei
lI [rwarev iand (Cutleary.
Sug~ar, C', .lU.', 31lns Fitiur, sp~ices,
TIeas, &Sc. An iy anrtIile inot ans.werings to
deiscrniptiont give a twall lbe e'xcanigied, atnd
all soil at kunut uaily Il ow prnies Ir an(ash.
ll17 GOODN11 delivered at Itail Rtoad D)e
pot free oft ebharge.
A CA RDP.
Reynolds & Reynolds,
I hvae t his ay asocat i1 . itx-o tel~' i.It..
N 1N *II I wi t e an theo practice vaf DI)N
Avlr. IH-v Se haa s been14 t m''t iy puapil for
lhe pas5t foulr years, andti I conalvnenid him
withI conafidence to the 'oalaauanity.
Tllh bsines's will lie condiuctle'd as for
meorly at my oth'ice n Maian street, unader
the above anamte nnd style.
Aug. 1'5 42 t
2000 lbs. No. Co. BACON,
T0 kits Monintutter, for sale by
L. B, HIANIK
. . . .... ..
LAND 197 NO 1.
Sumter DistrIat t W ,
)f New..York, therehdicet RJ6bo ftt
the Southern market, aied whacei for beauty
irchase, to call 'and examirn his stock and
md, are thelateet Styles of
Piano Stools -
&c. &c. &c.
7 King Street, Victoria Range,
Charleston, PS. C.
ed for Transportation.
111 MERCHANT TIAILORS.
1H. B. CLARKE,
Han now on hand, a full assortment of
the LATEST STYLE AND FINEST I
QUALITY of the following Goods:
Suportine and medium IROADCLOTHS,
in black and colors
Superfine and medium black French and
Fancy Casimeres of the latest styles
Vestings-Silk and Merino, rich and new
Extra super. black Satina and Silks
Gent's Kid Gloves, best quality, in black,
white and colors
Gent's Reavor, Merinon and Military Glove,
Under Shirts and Drawers, of Silk, Wool,
Merino and Cotton
Black Italian and fancy Cravatv, of the best
Tailors' Trimmings, of all kind..
Orders from the country promptly attended
II. B. CL.IKE, '205 King-street,
2d store above Mlarket it.
Charleston, NoV. 28th, 1849. 5 Ou
W. A, KENT & MITCHELL
F ASHIION A BLE
Clothing and Out-Fitting
E STA B LI S It MENT,
No. 268 King-street, corner of
Wentworth, Charleston, S. C.
Purehmnsors will find at all times a full
and complete stoek of Gent's.
READ YMAD.E CLOTHING
A t TICLES.
W. A. Kr.NT. G. 11. MITCHE..
Miauactory 113 WaxIsigton
Stores N. Y.
May 18-19 30 if
T. E. CLYDE,
WHIOLESALE AND RETAIL
UNDER ODD F'ELLOW'S HALL,
CIlARLESTON, 80. CA.
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses,
Wines, Liquors, Salt, &c.
Cnantonm Tenc Coinpanmy's
Celebratel BIn~ck an111
Nov. 2$ 5 Om
GR EGG, IIAYD)EN, & 01tEG0,
Importers of Fine Watches,
JEWELRY. SILVER WARtE.
Gun~s, Military rad Fancy, Goods,
Co'rner ol King and 1Insell streets,
Ch)arleston, .%. C.
MIUSIC, M~USIC'AL INSTRUMENTS,!
King i'treet, Sign of the Lyre,
Chairleston, S. C.
To Millers and Planters,
The subscribter has jnst received an as.
Miirtmenit of Blloting Cloths of various
Widthms, and will ibe sold iow by
N. E Cornmer of Market andi
Jan1 I, 1004, 109:It, King streets.
J. & E. flImY,
WVIIOl-JESA LE: A NI ID VAI.4L
nooT, Sisoe, Int and TKU NK(
W A IR E II 0 U S E ,
NO. 328, KING-STREET,
Charlson, ES. C.
(.'.ig n of thet Golden, Bfuck,)
'2 01)i8 NOltTII OF GEOltGE.S-ra-.
Jae~ :i0 im
Paul T, Villepigue,
harlestona, S. C.
J an 2:3 oy
Edward C. Tharin,
No 2. A e-udue R ange, Chasrlestonu, S. C'.
Keeps always on hand a general Stock of
Groceries, & c., anid disposes of every des
cription of Produce at pirivate sale.
M. C. MORIDECAI, Ksq., and Col. JAMtEN
(uAnanIeN. Jan 22,. tf
WV. C. Dukes & Son,
COMMISION MRCHJ~0A NTS,
Soumi ATLANTre WnTIas
- Chiarleston, S. C.
Kikeign onii 'l
ONLY 25 CENTS
Ti 100k, just published, is filled with tse.
ii inibinration, org the infhmtles and dieaswe
f the Genterative Organs. It addresses itself
like to YOUTH, MANHOOD and OLD AGE.
I'o all who apprehend or suffer under the dire
onsegnences of early or prolonged Indiscretions
-to a"l who feth exhaustive effects of seden.
ry ani baneful habits-to all who in addition
0declining physical energy, are the victims of
ervous and mental debility, and of moping and
telancholy despondency. Dr. K. would say
Read this Book.
The valuable advice fnd impresive warning
gives, will prevent years of misery and ounfyer
ring, and save annually rhomsands of Lives.
iParentm by reading, it will learn how to pro
'ent the destruction of their children.
r" A remittance of 25 cents. enclosed in a
Mter, addressed to Di. KINK ELIN, N. W.
orner of TIIICD & UNION Stret, between
;pruce & Pine, PH.iADELPIIJA, will en
ure a book, under envelope, per return of mail.
festensivo and uninterrupted pretice spent
a this city have rendered Dr. K. the mostexpert
nad successful practitioner far and near, in the
reatment of all diseasets of a private nature.
0arsons afflicted with ulcers upon the body,
broat, or legs, pains in the Iead or bones. ner
nrtal rheurnattar, strictures, gravel, disease
risming from youthful excesses or impurities of
lie blood, wherehy the contitution lai become
nfeebled, are all treateel with success.
He who pieces himself under the care of Dr.
C., may religiously confide in hil honor ns a
nutlemanr, and confidently rely upon his skill
a a paysician.
Persons at a distance may address Dr.
[. letter (sot-paid.) and be cured at hoax-.
P XA -S of IMEDICINES, DIRECT
)1NS, &c., forwarded, h ernding a remittance
nd utup aecure from DLAMAGE OIL CURI.
E'" looksellers, Nevs Agets, Pedlars,
-anvasserm, and ill others supplied with the
bove work at very low rates.
Feb 13, I85M. 16 ly
MITCHEL'S EYE SALVE.
I certain, safe and efTetual Curefor Sore,
Weak and inginned Etyes, designed ex.
presslyfor Discases of the Eye.
TIHE unparalleled aucceiss which has attend
'd the use of this preparation, and tie acknow I
Ihd necessity for some article which can le
ehed upeon as a em1edy in severe cases of Op
halnmic aniTeians wih are so prevntent in this
-ountry, induced tie Proprietor to make a,
lungemlaents througl his Agentis, to place this
Wlve within the ni-aeh of every individual who
un - need the heafits whicla result from its use.
me grent advaninges lweosesed by this ar
iHe over every other, its Cerlainty, Safetv,
,onvenience and Economy. All physicians nil
nit tih:mt great danger is to be apprehend froan
Iragmting the eye w ien in tn intirued anl mn.
enlilly state. In the use of this Salve this oh.
ection is entirtely remtned, as no hann ca
aisoilly r-sult fromn its in.-: it being in nil ca
e-p applied to the esternal portions of the eye,
hereby uvoiding nil she inconsvenaience, Ismiin
mii dunger, which nieesarily attendl the in
roductiin oft nny liungent rticle into the rye.
Its netit Ity in -Ilsiniig inillnamntiona is so
r(n-at tha:it libt frie en-es reiae the ue of more
han oe bottle to effecta prfect enre.
Agents nt Simtervillet Mesrs. A. .1.
Dr1'. Meanes, Drs. Miller & 1loiwar.l, and D.
Rt. s. Mellett, and by Agents generally in
A Voce to t c Peop le.
Diii. GOltDON'S FA3I11- l'Yl.l.S.----lc
tig comill pound,-d exchiasively of sauch ingredlients
is nunture inatilead ltiaild -krnte ott tiae in
imriie-s of tie hitinan systmii-+--trike at time root
he diseasc. reimoimg all impurities fraon the
ody, openinag the lim-i externatlly and intern
ily, seperating all foreign and ohnotiosaiisrti
lIes from the rhyle, so that the blood, of which
I is tIme origin. mtiast be thoronughaly purc-nae
smirly securing a free nudl vigoroas action to
he heart, lunps, liver andi atoece, tfaerebay
~wtoring Are Ith, by mpenhaig tihe psres, cleans intg
lie veinas anal airteries', unimeinfdmg all the
inturad veins andl puraifyinig the nlood, the - rent
ier time system snot onaly thoroughly sound, hut
diso impe rvious to disease, even achent alL other
Tr unttiveral celebrity which this me'di
-Ine has miaaed in every section of the counry ,
ry, andl the many titonsinmg cures it ham ur
rete-d, have esitabliahed its eflicacy becyonad all
loubs; am a genmernfamil y aniedicin sit hamsano
ivial. Ini all iies of I ndigeratioan, liiliwaus Fe
ters., IDyspepsin, l.iver Comnplaints. Sick 11lead
sche, .Jaundiice, Asthma, Drop.y, P'iles, Coic,
Wonms, Disense. of time Heiart, anda itn all affi-e
iots of thec stomaache and sawels, Gartlen'ac
Pills wvill be foun.d a never faling reme~dy.
To insure the fuall beniefit of these celebrated
Pills, they aihul be kept ini the hinuse, so that
aspon the first comenc.een~t of sicknemsia hy
maty be at onice resorted to. Onte do..e thesn iis
hetter thin ai daoen afier the diseaset hams Is.
IOome esmtablishaed iti time system.
G'r'oi's P'ills are pnurely i eatable, andi so
innmocenit thant thei inmfant ofna month old mmmv
use tohm if meadicinae isi remguairet. hnat onily with
efety bas with tn cerummanty of roerivuig till thme
blentefit mnedicine' ia enpabie of imparting. lFe
m~alem may u-e theim dlurng tall ilie critic-al pe'
rimmdla of their lives-ilr. ;iamrdont's l'ills will
ina'tr.- their haltha and prdc regularity in
mil the fuanctionis of life.
WViihin time last twelve months, muorn thaun
rine hunadred cars of she masit aggavated farn
iaf dhispeain have been cured lay thet merdicisie,
wheare ngid dieting, thmo llume Pill, and almoast
every other man:os lada beena resorted ito, without
amy benefit. ntnd when dteathm stared it's misera
ale victims fully in thme fae. If D)r. Gordlon's
Pills were nmot uiiapetedl to the cuare ofuny buti
isi horridl minldy. their tunifonn suaccess an this
ijamse alonae woeuldl be anflicienat to * wnft on
lhe famm,-" time name of their itnveantor, as a benec
Factoar of huim spseies.
Thie smiine anever fails to cuni the worst
ases of Piles in onge treek? Fur sale at:
Mr Agenats at Suntmerville; 3lessrs. A. ..
iE I'. Moscer. Uirs. Stiller & llhisaard, and U).
RI. S. Meliets, atnd by Agents genaeally ini
Feb. i~.iO. 13, 16 Gsm
FA RE RIEDUCED
[Nianchester & Wilmington
I'hme Stockholra, F'RlI'RSON & I'RIN
312 taike this carly mnethnda of returning
heir thmanksm to them good paeople of Sunmter
L)istric't, for their very kind atnd liberal pa
rontage bestowed sintcc e elshort timte they
ave lboen enage~d int thaia "glorinaus enter.
irize."-Fare being taow reducedl to half
n consequesnce~ of time great rise in cotton,
whmichm we sincerelhy hnpiu will indtuce mnany
na call and take advanatagen now offering.'
[kacon, Ilims, Sides; Lardl, ilutter, Cheese,
Pishm, Mackeral, Stutllett, Cod, anid irish
Postatoes; Canmdles, Sperm. Adaamadtino and
I'allinw; Flour, Blaltimore, North C'arolinma
mnd Duckwhoat; CoiTee, .Java, Rio rad Cu
ma; Stugars, 'raishied, C'laritied andi Drown;
\iles~i.u and1 TJreak he; Crockery and Il ard
.vare; Nails, llagging, Rope numd T1wine;
Il'ent, Tlobaccoee, Soam p, Starch, andl Iluea
indigo; imne, ( igars, Halt, Irona, and a va
iety or Rweet thmigr, to be had at thme signa
if the Ne-groes, Corner Broadi and Main
strreetus, Stumterville, S. Ca.
Itn haned for the purhase of Negroes of
tther sex. jtAh pplt
.3. M. E. SIL\RP.
Coalusmbia, S. C. Aug. 8, 1849.
Lawn and Linen Cambric
lust 1oened anid for sale lay WVM. IlOW,
L~AND at North East Corner of Kitng antd
Mearket sctreets, A very large iausortmett
f LAWN AND) LINEN4 CAMiITIC
IANDKERQIEFS, raniging in prieo
romn 6 .4 to 81 25 each.
ORSA LE, Clicap for Caeh. Appy
tt than amtco
ILs . P. To
cOXPQoUu aT?4CT oT 09 -
SAR8AP ARJL ;
Wonder amia gple..esr tasme e. -t
m oiest eatraeratry Me *.i 0., Me'rt
his.Estreet is put Ip isaQiurt Bottles igIs ow
limes cheaper, pleasanter,and warraItedipqelef
to any iod. It cares 'diselase'm
purging. sickening Or debilitatig the
The great beauty ad upbrjoRye s-gmj,.
la over all other Me4ls Rwb
disease, It lavlgonseisk the b
SPRING AND SUJIMER 7fEDZipi
ever known; It not only parles I . wh aye.-a
tom and strenfone the person, bu. J 490 se
pure and rich ; a powerpesod by no
Medicine. And In this liin te grand necret or N
wonderful euccess. it has Perfrod wa
two years, more thaI one hundred t i aIre
of severe cases of disease, at least. 60,0W wete 00o
eldered incurable. it has saved the live of moe
than 10,000 children the three poet se4900
?00,006 ease of General Deitlity ad e
of Nervese Enssergy.
DR. S. P. Towsaca's Sarsaparilla I nvlgoq40e ug,
whole system permanently. To thhos baset
lost their muscular energy, by the sieats of ssed.
e or indiscret*'n cominitted in youth, or the e,
cesslve indulgence of the passions, and broug9ees
by physical prostration of the nervous s stem, Lao
n tide, want of ambition, fainting sensatlons, pres
lure decay and decline, hastenin toward that aP
disease, Consumption, can be enirel restored 'byr
this pleasant remedy. This Sarsarla Is far espe
rior o any
As it renews and invigorates the system gives aw
tivity to the limbs, arid strength to the musculair
system In a most extraordinary degree
Cleanse And Strengthen. Consumption can be
cured. Breneniste, Consuspeon, lAser Ces.s
plaint. Colds. Caterrh CcAs, .sthma, Bpfi8s
if Bleed, Sereness 7n h Chest, Ietle Plush,.
Nl0At Swesat, IMfficul er Profitse-Zspecereeloa
Psin in t he Side, #c., haes been 4nd can be cursao
Do. S. P. Tew--asso-r verily talieve your Sram.
perilla has been the means, through Providence,
of saving my life. I have for several yars had a
bad Cough. It became worse ant worse. At last N
raised large quantities of blood, had night swea '
and was greatl debilitated and reduced, and
not expect to ive. I have only used your Sarsa
perilla a short time and there has a wonderful
cange been wiougiht In me. I am now able to
walk all over the elty. I raIse no blood, and my
cough has left me. You can weU imagine that 1
am thankful for these resutta. Your oedieant
servant. Wl. ILUSSEl., 64 Calherinae.e.
Do. 5. 1. Towestso's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign
and speedy cure for incipient Consumpton, Barren.
ass,t ProuPSU tteri, or Falling of the Womb, Coed,-,
tiveness, riles, LeucorthMa, or Whites, obstructed
or dtifitcult Menstruation, Incontinence of Urine, or I
involuntary discharge thereo, and for the
prostration of the system-no matter whatf the -
result of inherent cause or caus oduced by i
regularity. Illness or accident Nothing can be mere
surprising than Its invigorating effects on the buma
frame. Persons all weakness and lassitude, from
taking It, at once become robust and full of energy
under its infuence. It immediately counterat
the nervelessness of the female frame. which Is the
great cause of Barrenness. It will not beai ct&
of us, in cases of so delicate a nature, to eaxbRIMe.
tificates of cu re performed, but we can a e b.
ailicted, that hnndreds of cases have been
to us. Thousands of camis where famillos hseih
without children. after using a few bottM M
invaluable Medicine, have bean blesiod
Great Messing to Mothere asset ChIlirees ,
it Is the safe and mnet effectual medicine fer
purifying the . tem. and relieving the suiterig
attensdant' o.. childbirth ever discove4 e
stren~iJ both the mother and the chil, a
pain disease. increeses and oinriches the fed
those who hats used it. think lis indispensable. .a
is highly useful both before and alter conae
as it prevents diseases attsndant upn child-bi
In Costiveness, Piles, Crmp , Swe tin of The
Deso tdenc, larthnrn, aomiting, I 1
Back and isons, Valse ra&in%, llemorrhr. *
regulating the sectetions and equallalog tc
lation, It has no equal. The great beau of thi
medicine is, it is alays afe, and the usf delicate
use it most successfully, very few cas require
any other medicine, In some a little Castor 6A Ow
Magnesia Is useful. Erxercies It the oles at, an
light foodl with thsa snedicine, will always secures'
saeand easy confloemenit.
The Revs. Joltn Seges".
Of Jersey City, an old a.nd highyrsetbe
It speaks for iel.s
Din. 5. P. Tewassesr-Dear Sir: 1 em costrained
to give you a statement of the -senelt I derived
from ussng your Sarsparilla, belIevIng by se.
doing, 1 shall render a' benenit to those wis are garf
frnas I have been. I was reduced fotr many
raont a by the Dysapoesa, so much that It was witha
much dirticulty for me to walk or keep about. I
had also a tatter, which covered the mnost part of-Y
my head-which was mstremsely trouablesome ad
sore ; Itt to be almost a scsb. l used quite a
number ofremedies for both the complaints but.
recelvedl little or no benefit, untill I took y out ar
saparilla, which, through the kindness of
dence, has restored mse to more than
health. a I am now enjoying better than 0
a number of years. I am now 60 years sf
believe It to be an invaluable medilcine, and
mend it to ny numerous acquaintances, wi
very targe, as I bavse been a minister a greal
yer oethis hasty sketch may be ae
benenlt toyuas your medicine has to mue. -
July II, lii7. JOllN SE(Gklt, Jersey City.
The following ws sent iso ourA Aent in Rah
way,* by the se. J. 0. TU!NISON, of th ethodist
Episco paI Church-one of the mnost learned and re
e cied In the connection-and Is another evidence
Xthe wonderful effects of Dr. S. P. Townsend'a
Sersaparilia on the system.
FouareawarPens-litings for seine time post, a
youareawae, xpeienedgreat genersi debilt
of may yteattended with constant and ylrmn
Irritation of my throat and lungs, I was, at your In
stance, and In consequence of having rend Captala
McLean's decided testimony In Its behalf, iduced
to try Dr. S. P. Townsend's far-famed Sarsap.nlla.
I tried It, I confess, more in the hope than In the
confIdence of its proving eiticacinus ; but I sm bound
in candor now to acknowledge, that I hsad not tried
It long before I began to experience Its salutary
effects ; ant I may now say, with Captain Mtelea,
" thust I would not be without It ons any considera.
tion." ft has done me snore good than any pro.
vstsus remedy I have trie,1, and If t'ris staterment is
deemed by you of any importance, you have my
full consent to make it pulc.
Ramhway, August Sd, uu47. J. 0. TUNISONI.
This certificate conclusively proves that this
Sarssparllla his prfect conto over the meet okb
stinate diseases of the blood. Three persons cured 4
in one house Is unprecedented.
Dii. S. P. Townsre-Dear Sir: I have the pea,
sure to inform you that three of my children hae.
been cured of the Scrofula by the use of yeas
excellent medicine. They were smacted very
severely with bad Sore.; have taken onl inu
bottles ;it took them away, for which I feel my
self under great ohligation.
iSA AtI W. CRA fN, 106 Wooster-se.
OPIlfIONS OW PRTSIOIANB.
Di. S. P. Towmasmro is almost daily recsel9aga
orde'rs from PhysIcIans In different parts of the
This Ia to Certify that we, the undersIgned
Physicians of the City of Albany, have sn nutter
ones cases priscribed Dr. S. P. Townsend's Bares
risl, and hellere it to be one of the peat vasa .
preparations in the market.
H. P. PUL.ING, M. D.
J. WVil.tt0N, M. D.
R. B. EIGO. M. D.
P. E. ELhlENDORF, 5f. Da
Albany. A pril 1, isa?.
Dr. 5. s'. Towneen-'s Principal Offee has bees
remnredt from i*Jt Fulton, to UNassen street, in,
the building formerly occuldied by tire South
Aavsrs.-Rc~dding & Co, No. d State-street, and
Mrs. E. iddt~er, NJo if00 Court-street, Boesea
Samuerl Kladetr. Jr., lowell; Henry Pratt. Sles;
James B. tGreen. Worcestar; Albase' & faut ;
Concord ; J Batch & Son, Providenoe and b
Drurggists and Merchants generriuly throughout li
United. Stares. West Indies, and the Canadas.
A. J. & P. MOSES,
Solo Agents IfoP Suhmter District
COMMiSSION MM!? CIIA NTS8
No. 11-2, Em8 2.Ai
Kop constantly on hannd, a lag 5 sat
menit or Fresh hurnt Stone Lini e, R~ rn.
tdale (Cement, l'h ster of Pitri, New 'o -k
Marbie ILiame, Philadelphsia n h te do,, (hp.
sum, or Farmuers In nufmg~et~ Plaster, reih
anid lorleath.Ilricks, los'erio Rair,. and. 4
.87 11 Ofdea teta ij . tended~ to
it goes 4Abjs. 4.!, the S3piritiga~a
Peri lo by
L. E. flAN8