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COTTON.- igT OIPEN BOLL -OF' TiUB
SuE8sos.-Our friend Mr. Edward Byrd,
of Scrivon Oounty,la.enclosed to us an
open boll of gotton, of this ^ 'a growth,
his iter is dated thE 2th an he
say 2 .
"Xnclesed I snd you' an open, boll of
Cotton, raisedby uyself, on miy plantation
in Scriven county, on high pine land and
without any manure. It opened about five
days past.' I have about thirty-five acres
that i now opening. The boll I send you
has htd a hard rain upon it, which gives it
a slight discoloration."--Saanah epub
SCActrCTS Or Mac nt.-Notwith.
standing the favorable reports received the
first 'of the sdasot, of a plenty of mackerel
at tly byt of Chaleur, our fishermen are
havig poot luck. Three vessels arrived
hare this wee.. One of them had a decent
trip of poor mackerel, but reports that out
of twenty vessels which came through the
Gut with them, not more than two or three
had full fares. Another vessel, which ar
rived yesterdays brought home short of one
hundred barrelsand gives the same dis.
couraaing accounts.: Out of a fleet of forty
vesses which came through the Gut at
same time, not more than five had full
"* rares, while some had as low as three and
ten barrels.-Gloucester Telegraph.
The Lahore Diamond, known as. the
Koh-i-noor, or "Mountain of Light," one of
the prizes of the Sikh war, has been brought
to England, and presented to the Queen.
Before it was cut it weighed. nearly 300
carats, but the unskilful lapidary cut it
down to 279; which leaves it still the largest
diamond known. The Pitt Diamond
weighs 130 carats, and the great Russian
Diamond about 200. The value of the
Koh-t-noor is unknown, but two millions
sterlingis mentioned as approximating to it.
Party Politics in Missouri are running
Ugh, and Col, Benton's prospects for re
election to the Senate are, according to
the Democratic papers in that State, grow
ing desperate. It is now generally con
ceded ythe press representing both sides
that a majority of Whigs will be returned'
to the .next Congress, and that a Whig
United States Senator will succeed Mr.
Goon.-There is a volume of good sense
n the following brief piece of advice by
"There is one circumstance I would
preach -up; mor ng, noon, and night, to
young persongr the management of their
understandhi~i yhatever you are from
nature, keep to it. never desert your own
line of talent. If providence only intended
you should,write posies for rings, or mottoes
fdr twelfth-cakes, it is more respectable
than a villainous epic poem in twelve books.
De what nature intended you for, and you
will succeed; be. tiything else, and you
will be ten thousand tines worse than noth
Aursiyu CASE.-A few days since a sin
gulir case was brought up before Justice
ilordley at Baltimore, to compel a man to
furnish an enumeration of his family to one
of the census takers. On being called upon.
hereplied, "Sir, you come to do this evil
thing, but I will not pet mit it; we hear of
the Mosia dispensation, when David num
bered the Poople and the Lord cut him off.
I will have nothing to do with such an tn
ighteotu t..fl" 'Tho collector expressed
his wilhli~ a to run the risk of bein t
AO b was inexorable, an ?
odo t w vill ba. invoked to removG
b .to "nuoahein rthe people."
Ye n ot yet ;eard the decision.- -
i Nr i. GEoaGIA.-We learn
frm the Dalton Times that a slight
earthquake was felt at. that place on the
night of the -20th inst. Its dluration wa~s
4bout one minute.--ar~an. Rep.
Sons of Tenipei-ance.
sh.A Public Meeting of Sumter Division of
.hiis Urder will take place on Friday, the
18th 0f September next, at Sumnterville,
4omnmencmgr at about'10 o'clock in the
forenoon. MIembers of the Order are re
uested to meet in the Town Ihalf, at half
after 10 o'clock, to prepare for procession.
The ,second Anniversary Oration of this
Diviston will be delivered on that occesion
by P. WV. P~. FRiAsdn; andl there will also
be other Addresses.
-'Tho meeting wvill take place in the Court
House. Tihe public generally are invited.
N. GRAhIA M, R1. S.
Aug. 7, 41 6it
. WVhereas I have this dlay taken posses
sion (as Ordinary of said'District) of the
personal property as derelict of John
Ha aks late of Sumierville dlec'd; anid I
avail myself of this method to notify nal
persons indebted to the dec'd to make im
mediate payment to Mr. L. B. JIanks, my
Agent (in this particular;) and those hav
ing demands against dec'dl will hand them
in duly attesteil accordino to law.
Wi . IWIs, . SD.
Aug. d 1850 41 tf
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
.TIforms ihie inhiabitants ofSumtner anid vincin
ii , that he has removed from theL cornier of
m~h and Market Streets, to his NEW W A RE
to MS, No. 214 Rend of. King Xtreet, unnd
now off'er. and will coniinize to kcep one of the
largest andi most com ensive. stocks uf For
sign and Domestic IRY GOOD)S to be fonnal
AN D Rgo peo i.i e h0as I
TH E ONE PRICE SYsT EM will be strict
ly attended to. It being thes Fairest.
1erelehauts, Pisanters andI Fain-,
visiting thie city for their supplies, will find their
ad vant(age ing ving this stock an examinationa
Aug it 18.50 41 G
Bacon anid Lard.
4000 lbs P'rime Bacon, Killed on the inI.
creae~ of the moon. Also
GOO lbs best IsA~f Lard, for sale low, at
the sign of thme DA R h'EY.
Aug. 7, '41 if
I tyil give the above reward for proof to,
conyitenon of my Man. CHIA hlLEX, (a carpen
.tor trade,) being harboiuredl l ai responsi
h'lo hite Man, and Tlwenty- vle ola for
his apprehiensjion and delivery in X~inter Jail.
al boy was bought freon I aiaon Coerbitt, ad
lhne a wife at .Reynols' in D~arlinugton, near
A. .1. MOSES.
May 22, 30o if
200 0ls rnAssorted,
5,000 y'hs. O)snahuirgs,
4,000 yds. Jhrown shirting and 'heetu~ing,
4,000 ydls. Blue Domes'ti' rand Tlic'kinags,
45 hir barrels, No. I, Maeke'rel,
Fresh Soda, Wilne tad ls-mron Crackers and
a' freu'h supply of all kindas of Gocods just re
reivedl. ,and for sale, b~y
Veb '47, A. I, & l', MOSES.
Cotton, - lb ' - "
-or - -, .bh
Fodder, - - cwt. 75-a1 00
Blacon, (hog routxi) lb. 8 a 9
Mlutter, - - . - .b. 17 a 20
Fowls, , . - 8 a 12,1
heer, - . lb. 5 a 6
'ork, - - lb. 5 a 6 50
Flour, - - bbl. 7 50 a 9 00
Salt - - sack 1 75 a 200
C'oflee, Ili, 14 t' - 16
Tea, GIyson, - - lr. 75 a 1 00
" Gunpowder, - 16. 1 0W i 100
Sugar, Loaf, lb. 12 a 14
Brown, - ' lb. 6 a 10
" White IHavana, lb. 11' a '12
Molasses, West Itidht, gal, 37 et 50
New Orleans, gaT. 40 a '50
Rice; Country, ' - bush. 2-00 t 2 50
" Charlestoa, - bush. 3 00 a 3 50
Lamp Oil, - - gal. 1 00 a 1 50
Lard, - - 16. 8 a 10
Candles, Tallow, Box, lb. 18 a 20
" Spernaceti, Box, lb. 37 a 50
Gunpowder, keg. 6 00 a 700
Bmagging, - - yd. 15 a 20
Bale tope, - - lb. 12 a 14
The subscribr would respectfully in
forn his friends and the public general
ly, that he is prepared to do all manner of
WORK in his line of business; having ob
talnod the services of a gool workman tc
assist him. -
Repairs of Watches, Clocks, &c., fell
with him, will be done in a neat and work.
" All Jobs warranted.
July 31 40 3t
By order of Wm. Lewia Esq., Ordinary
for Suniter District, will be sold on Friday
the 9th of August,. at the Plantation of
William Wilson late of this District, the
stock of Cattle and Sheep.
S. E. WILSON,
IL B. WILSON,
July 24 40 2t
Will be sold, on Monday 17th Angus
next, at the Sumner Residence of the late
P'. W. Fraser, dec'd., near Brndford Springs
all his cffects of HIOUSElHOLD and KlIT
Cl lEN FURNITURE, and 'Tl lRlTEFg
IIEA D of CATTLE, auong which ur<
several BEEF Cattle.
All sums at or under Ten Dollars cash
over that amount, credit to the first of Jann
ary next; Note with approved security.
Sale to conmence at 10 o'clock, A. M.
By order of
J. L. SIlIAW,
E. '1'. I IIitOT,
19th July3. !850. 'd0 :t
MARTIN & BRYAN,
Boyce 4. Co.'s W harf,
CIIARLISTOY S. C.
-JAtI's StAnTIN. To0.3tAs A. UltVAN
R' fernces :
Mr. RouaT MARTIN, Charleston,
" I O'NECAt., Coluntbia,
" C. .. Sn-AssoN, Cantden,
'.MES Wniutnr, Chernwt,
J. H. Azirs, Winnsboro.
.\D VANCF imde on Cotton andi ythe
Produce Chipped to them. -'Particular
attention given to the purchase of Bageing
Rope, andl Ftnily Stupplies.
31st .July, 1850- -10 6iu
, The' sublscriber lhas Initmoved hiis F' I
rtltls WAltEIlIOOM to M1r. A. J. Moses' niewu
stantly on thad, a gt'xneral atsornne.nt of Fur
nilure. conissting in parl c:
lI)retssing ltureans. Plain a:w
3larle TPop, Sofias andi ij
vanrs, Foot Hgool.t. Ottomns,, Wairdtres, plaii
and~ M!ahlog.iny, Canidle Ntnnds, I )iiiiing, 'T'
andt W ork Prules, ( entre do.; Cuerledt Mapal,
high andm lowv po lttedstads. Mahollganiy don.
Odwe, Sitting, Nursing and ltekinsg Chiairs e
Furniture madte and repaired at the. shiorte,.
P'laiin antd Mahogainy Coflins furnished to or
The snhscrilber is prepared to fuiriih Illitnds
Sash and D~oors tat 'liarlestno P'riters.
Old Stand, when-e all orden, in his line will be~
plunctuaodlly attendted to.
D)ANL. S. S.\lIGl;NT.
May 15 29" tf
T1'im slibscrib~er respectfuilly informis his cuasto.
mias tand the. nommlunity at'larg~e. that lie has,
just receive~d a large ass.,oent of G Lt yi S
CA 88lMEIlst , DIt A P D)'T.-:s and VilST'.
INGS of adl descriptions, toigethier with a large
stock of Spring andi Susnlner
Ready Made Olothing-,
all of which, will be sold low for cashm, or to
puncituial customnors; jleaso call and examnine for
Mar'26 I). J. WINN.
To Millers and Planters,
The subscriber has just receivedl an as.
sortrnent oif Bolting Cloths of various~
Widths, and will be sol low lby
N. IE Corner of M~arket and
Jan 1, 1850, 10 :It, King streets.
Reynolds & Reynolds,
I have this day associated W 'M. 1,. 11 la V.
N-[.S with mne in the practice of IN
Mr. REY-Not.Ds has becen tay pupil for
the past four years, and I coinunend limn
with colnice to the c('nnouniliity.
The business wvil bIe condiucted as for.
merly at tmy oflice on Main street, unider
the abovo uname and style.
Aug. 15 si
iets and larules' whit, lblac-k andl cod
JKtid itoes, n hlt and lacik Silk dlo. , col 'd
Mushins, Ladies' IDrests Silks, lFrin .es Trun
mmilgs, &c., for stale by L. It. 1?A N 1(5.
Jutst receivuorij>er "'Southernter" a Frehi sutp
ply of SI 'MMlI ( CLOllNs; of till detscrip
lions, ttge-ltier w.iih Illack Cloth (tis andi
('aseianeroj Pats, liinek .%itin aind Silk Vesis
whiich wtill be sodld at unusunally low priets bay
May1 Ii . . IJA NES.
A Fresh Lott of fine Panamna and Leghorn
liii ts. Also a hteutifual ass'rtme.nt of Colored and
MourtaingOoos ofi lihe latest styles.
Also a Ne w Lot oif Itadly made Clothing.
T. J1. .VOLMONS & .
L IVE ; .PAI T
au , 8 for
Nervous a ity,'Disease of
the .iGanepe -,
dnd 'all ' -
ing fron a Disorder
ed Liver or Stomach,
such e Constipatiin, in
ward Piles, Fullness, or blood
to the Head, Acidity of the Sto
mach, Nausea, -Heartburn, Dis
gust for Food, Fullnes8 or weight in
the Stomach, Sou Erretations
Sinking' or Fluttering at tAe
Pit of the Stern , -&4n.i
ming of the? teadIi au.ried.
and difcIclt Breathitd4,
fluttering at the Heart,
Su focating sensations when in a
Lying Posture, Dimness of
Vision, Dots-or 1Webs 'be
fore the Sight, Fever
and dull pain in the,
Skin and Jiyes, Pain
in the Side; Back, Chest,
Limbs, 5-c., Sudden Flushes
of Heat; Burning in the Flesh,
Constant inaginings of .Evil, and
Great Depression of Spirits, can be
EFFECTUALLY CURED BY
Celebrated Gernrna Bitters,
DR. C. M. JACKSON,
GERtMA1S A A DICI.V-; 'STC)|ti.
No 120 Arch St., Phailadtelpaia.
Their porer oerr the above discuses is not ex
riled, i f cptalld, by any otherprel~mrotuin in the
I nCited Stutes, as Ite rtCrs aftrsf. in lttnly cass
af ter skilful phyisicians hal failed.
ihese litters are worthy the attention of in
Valids. Intisessing great virtnes in the rectifie.t
tion of diseases of th l Liver nid leiiser glands,
exereising the most searhing powers inl weak
n ss snli alleetiun of the digestive organs, they
are, withal, safe. certain anld pleasnnt.
lIIEA) AN) HiE CONVINC:D.
C-.s. IloDENasoN, Esia., lEaston. 31d.. in a
letter to Dr. Jackson. Jan. 9, 1950, sai,
"My wife and mnyselfihatv receivedI more ben;'
efit front your niedicine tla tnny other we havet
ever taken for the Iyqsympsia and L.irer disrosc."
"I nI-: T:,sra 1:.EU:O,'' published at W ood.
stork, Va., January 10, 1850, said-.
" A G1l-A'T 31E IIICI NE.''
"-We haive imtiformly refrained fromn recom
mn- rding to the publie aiy of thw various Patent
.3leiheimes of thn day, unless thoroughly -on
. inced of their vaitne. Anong t1,.*e we' cons id
er worthy of notier is the Germgan litrs, itn
e fntel by Dr. I1lol. :tiul preparoil by IJr.
Jai'kson, ii 'hilzoe lphia. Onai inist:nce in
iartienlar, in wo hich tih- stperior virtnes of this
ind-dine iia have been testl. lois ftllen iider our
olervation. Drinig the last snuinier, a su of
3lr. Anilt.atia CaAint.i , of 1i; couity, way
very setritisly afllitel witi f.iter earnplaint,
and niitr trying in vain viriois reinedies, lie
purchased a bottle of the iiners, and a fter its.
log it, was so much relieved of his distressing
nlaly, tint he prornred another bttle, an.1 is
restored entirelv" to hea:ltht."
IEAI) '(IUI'Itll1l A FEW FACTS.
Ji:nar: M. M. No.tti, a gentleman with great
sieintifie and literary tttannents, said inl his
"M~w \ Vont W\Etut.Y NlESSENUER," Jaus
ry 6, 14:0. .
"Dit. Ifooyrs.t~hGmut1N IIsTrIs$.
- Iere ia ngreparation whiclh the loading piesse.
- in the Union nppedir td he' lintinlous yin rI
ilutnending, sin the re:ason is obtious. It is
Imade nftter a prescriptiorn futrishe by one ofthie
Etnust celebiratedl phfysiciansi (if.nnalnerin timett
the late l)r. Chtratophier Wilhieltiu lloof1:und
I'rofintnr to th fi I:iivers ii- of Jrm, P'rivatae
Physician Eo the lKini of I rissia, arnd one 'i
the gretiest nedic~al writers 1'eriniy fhas ever
trodneedoi. lIe w.as eanphaticailly thl.e iinemy of
3o smJittg, iirid thefore a miri- nofifti n hi~felb fit
wris thme invntltr andi eiithirser io:ty bie cionfi
ufentily relion- ie 'p--eiallIy rioitmnieianle.d
at, ini in-r ( onijila it, l~ysPfelt-it, 15-jIe iity,
\ ert igo, Aetilhi y of t he $toinachf, (-li.iapatii:
and aill coiiiplaiints arising from-i a dfizorderedl
cotijjti of! the stoinachm, ihe liver ainl ithe in
test ines. N ine~ Phihuolephiija pg-liri <-t
i ilie editors -pe-aik of its elertsi front mheir uam ii
iufdivfdutal expe-rience. hiianer thets.. ciri nml
Mtncest we. feel nsarratnted, noti ,:aly in rualliii
then atieuitioni of our readetrs io the! pres-ent proi
rtor (I Jr. C. 3i1. Jaickson's) pirepannm
na nrecoinnnichngimt the aticle to off aiffiet
Thela ' u i LA EIi.r-iE it $.vr in i.tv G.z-rr ''
thefbest family mi-w.--paper pubil.lihed in Efit
Ite Staites,* the edlitir say of
It1 is '-Iitn that we- recutiinett-tl iihatt are
errmed-i P~alent Med! iciie ito lie contfidieni -au aI
paitroiiage of ounr readfers; nit thiere fore .~ nlhi
we- reionnneradts D r. I lotila iif's Ge-rnatin li ittr:.r
wve ni~s it tt beft distiinely tinijersti tid that nse
arnt spunikingi of tfii' uniitruims of E lie tilay, that
aire noiseif ambouit fo~r ia fbrief perioxl tool ti fir
goitti aftir Ehey hatve dIotne their guilty race of
inischieif, but oif a intfediom lon t embtlali.di.
uiuinorrsal ly prizedi, alil i* hieh Imis Oi.E t.
in-arty tippiruival of te. Farinhv it...lf."'
I:.leh-nee uponi e v ience hit. hen-t reciieis ed
(like ifie fioregling) front all 5teictis of th-- I'n.
ion, the. last three yenars, and the, strerst tsi
'44'n! in itsforior, as, that tere is miore of it n...
eel in tEli iractice. of the regu~ilair Phiysieians o
'ihiulphitfa ti all oilier nos~rtnins comin..ud
ai faict tht c:i t-a-sily li' estaibhl-.hlalii ialf
pirin~tg that a sient ific pire parai ns i m,
'. ithi their qiiet appijrovial n~ iiin presen-f td e e
1ii i han. for:o.
Thiii: tis i~edjiin wi ll erur- I.iver ('otiiphaitit
tiar ietedi. It tc-s si.:elly litiiii.-ituu
atrbl anid hver-t i,. pre-ferabfle~ to ialtim.-f.4!
ihilmus. dliurasm .-i-h fleet is inineiitii. Tiht-i
ni itfi t-afety atid re-lialle lbene-im, at anty uin-.
ler wichml js ntece-ssary fir all ameii , iii ..
tain to biineae coutierfeiatars 1, pmni forthi at spt.
rin-i arie at the- risk oftl fth hs s of ihf u~-- 'im
atre- innocietitly dleceivse-..
1.UUK WlI,. TO) Till: Vi AlS A'NI)
l'i- uti the wsritteli -intuirte of ( ' I
J ~lt- *s itiu e- n pper. aiii the. iio ,t
I-or satle, ni hile-tale toil rt t, t ith
No. 120? Altil Street, one dlor h.-lusw "itt
re-upec-tabmle dealer-u genierailly thrin.bgltth -l.
Alh,, for salt- itt Sitmterv ille~ by
July 31st, IW85i. .In
Ac ei-partrshirtp haiis this day b.-s-t firmedt by'
,lthe ntudersignedi, for tE- tr~a,stni i.E au I it'
TOI(A;F. AND) 't)MMISSION ltl'lNf .'
nuider the title oif WV3l.:31. L~A w-l:. . I
W31. 31. l.A WTON.
II. WVuAN~~'lltalfT !Aty
JONI-:lf f T. 1)11.1,.
lie t3 SmsntIhtrn~ Wh~far!.
BUi'o~it, Le(e & 'o.
Agett for ihu- N A1.1-: of N A 1.1-)1 ..\-i
UFA CTUlIJIX( CO-' .5U)1oii HulN tintsr
Brown, Lee & Co,
Agents for the lHale of IIA 1/VI.A"$ .NOl5
,Junc 1 '2.
Lately opened in Charleston
MA iGE. AND NEW
No. . 38 1INO ST'RiEET, IN TIM BE, 1.
SAMI L C. DUNN hats lately open- ,
ed a laro N E W turd FASI IION ABLE
CLOTIIING EMPORIUM, whero ho
itittnds kecping constantly on hiand a snpo.
riqr and well assorted Stock of
heady Made Cloth ig
AN) G ENItAL .
The stock now ofTered is onn of' thi. tar.
gest tuid superior to tany otl'red in this City,
haiving been selected with great-care in re.
ference to the Wants of thi h:tarkeston piub
ie. and the surrotvnding Country.
-JAMES V. PIERSON, (formerly in the
House of Johnson & Caifield) hats e.ingaged
to conduct the Uniness, antd hopes by strict
attention to the wants of his cistomers,
united with his firtner experience, to mnerit at
liberal share of the patronage of his friends
and the publi;.
- WM. M. BiI.Sl I, (formerly of Stn.
ter Dihtrict,) is also engaged, and solicits a
call from his friends.
N. 1.-MFAStJRE' taken for GAR
M1INTS and Warranted to FIT; all Goods
bought at this .Establishinent warrantedh in
Charleston, S. C., July 17, 18>0. 38 1m
The Creditors of Win. J. Rees, Esq.,
deceased, are called upon to present to the
Subacribers their detand.-,jpropterly attest
ed accorhing to law. And those indebted
to the said deceased to iatke payment.
W. J. I 1* 8,
E. Al. ANI)J RSON,
July 2d t f
GANTT, HUFF & GANTT,
Factors & (Geuieral Com..
lasi iOua Ag-cnt.,.
(ItAlLt.t:srTtN, 14. I.,..
Rereive a sd se lI all arie L.s of proJtree anr
forward with t<h-spatchl, )Ierclhian !i;"" ta-trusted
to their care.
V . It. I I I'P.
.IA.1-:t l.. (;AN'l"P.
IEE:ri:nt:Xer.:.--" -ol, F?. .- llhen, "inu r -
Alessrs. Itrown &' -Stone, ChIarleston.
July :3 3!' -t:n
The sul r r hiS )trio!,. arrang e-mn ts for
the n atauft. r, of fromn 1-', ir to Five Then awl
p:r ilote ablto ti," by tia! FA1.1.. For
referewta-, s to qulityt}. ht wodl respectfolly
reisr irrsons who ay be. dis is.l to jnaru:Ian
of hia. to 1hw1 ho1 e. Ie, patronize'd hin bust r-ar.
As to price, h, i* ill gua ti t-ei* I heun as t
cart bet' aflnh-d.
31;ky 22 2 tf .i. 31(RG.\N.
l'ersons intdebtei to the Estate of D. F.
\yles, wl please nu!:e payunent to F.
Sutter, 1l .i
M A. W Y i.ES, Aadm'x.
June 19, 1'50). 31 Nt
The Subscribe rs are killing leef(tlhe best the
1)i.trit will afford,) three times a week, vi.:
Taesala y, Tlharadav andI -%urday, and will kil
as ,ftenh as reipnired to stpply the ugimnand.
Prites necortin:; to theasnio-q1maity, quan
'tity, &c. Accotnts, ipytiel once a mnonth.
De "ab Factory,
I Javingj raaken thte .\'"tncy~ tf tia' f[>s
ll.. I.! l l'A.\g( lil V. w. ar' ,r' p.ried to s'.1
thiro V.\iural ( )'i-1 luIS for ('-oh
at l-'aetory pre~
.\. J. &~ l' \os) i
Stores to Rent,
'lThe sub-etih dr- .tla.s for 16-*tat. etn v, rv
reII.itiarta LI trill% l. two N lE\\' S'I'(JRENi
ofi .\. IJ.& l'.t. . l ' ! Ti-v rare nerat :al
conandioust,'). wilt tne I .et ron-nm iand SThehr
int thea yaanI, ail a good~ arutto! fir hu -,i.
A . J1. Alt s'!8.
A i~ artsm lot o St nt
low pris by L.. ;. ii.\ KS.
J Iat- 2t; -
A, F, Allen,
l',.'1.T~llt .\NI) tIltIt K I,..:ngi,
Ifarinag luul conide trabh- e er1'tf' t
a f tutly ., e:~ 's a hare of, 'the pl a atroat.
'' t thoaire pobl re- tin ;hat etaa t
:atan.. d itpItih, lni w *arr ne to .iaiet li,.
huwa~~t 1I.ai.g tai hedi ma''!~:r4 eiori
Thera su.ei et orraaa the enun
oth te1 .l A- . \\- X's 1.' , .\/ s .
Pue-tlataptni fore alemfrh
l111wtlln (raouer and ar neces:-arv Hohl.
tc ait It:. 'aathe . Io enn'ij ot t a iteis tai
p iraitII )~ . \l A. \\' a y~ :, ar.\- a'.e
Stt.a~tibur i lstt J Iirv dl. 1. 0 ta ia
Plata in for Sale),',
' it tin jde 'a tir -. u u h- ut
DState.4bryl ta om-Ia l I It i tt It
a-ote t tahi bvr ha '?a t'' i . h ere
at' at txct at.II" I w la rila I _at a
umbna t .s t Ii bl :nd4 bart ---t l ii ho. e
foia.r h r n (it~ a. fiaa.,n illi r Iaia l ae.
t"'I t p afe c lm.n t o trew! i a 4-114* aa'0... 1
purchltitiast ta J~v Ii At la,.a ta
July 17 "\\. J. lItoS r.l
SECOND ANNUAL i'AR
uth. Carolina Institute,
Q'EN ON TfH E 19(h $NOV' . f0%2 '
The second annmal Fair of the 8o0ithCaoli
na Institute for the promotion, of Art, Meclnitl%
bal Ingenuity, &c. will be held In Charlestoti,
.openbng on tle 18th November, and to continuo
during tfi week.
Spechnens of every branch of ndtstry are
earnestly solicited. Premiumns will be awarded;
for the best specimens, a Silver Iedal ; for the
next best, a Diplona. For Original Inventions,
a suitable premium, at the discretion of the
A selection will be tnade of the best specimen
of Merhanism and the Arts-of Cotton, Ilice,
Sugar, Tobacco, Corn, Wheat, Flour, Rosin
and 't'urpanine--.nrni ient to the World's 'Fair,
to be held in London in the Spring of 1851.
A large and commodiotr building has been
selected for the Exhibition, and every attention
will be paid to the reception and care of articles
sent to the 'air. All articles mutist be directed
to L. M. IIA-rctr, Chairman of Coninittce of
Arrangements, and be deliveretd by the 11th of
Connunications addressed to JA SES 11. ''A y
t.on, Chainnan of Committee on Correspond
ence, will meet with pronmpt attention.
.The lion. JOS. 11. LUMPKIN, of Georgia,
will deliver the Annual Address, on Tuesday
night, the 18th November.
Arrangenents have been made with the South
Carolina Bull Hoad Company, to let all articles
intenled for the Fair, return free of chare.
WM. GREGG, Preside nt.
E. C. Jo Es, Secretary.
July 2.1 33
Just Icteived by Brbwn, Lee
WIfCJI TIIEY WILL, SE.L AS LOW AS CAN
BE l't;incitASEn TIHIS SIDE OF CIfAnLESTON.
EFERY variety of DR ' GOODS, consist
ilack nnd colored Alpacas,
Ilack and colored Blarege,
Pinin and corded Silk Tissue,
White and colored Muslins,
Ginhnnw and Muslins do., Chambray do.,
Black Italian and Silk Cravats,
Ladies' Silk dlo.,
Camhrie ainl Muslin Edging and Ins.erting,
Book Muslin and swiss de,.,
Muneched andl Brown'Shirtin ~s,
Every variety of Gents' and Lduies' Gloves,
White, llack, and colored Ilose.
Irish and llroiwn Linens and Lawns,
E"anglish. French and American Prints,
Ilin Eye l)iap.r, Rtts'siado.,
I)owla, Flax and Cotton Osnaburgs,
Fur. 'antima, L-ghimrn, and Palm Leaf
hlIIIts nnI Shoes of every variety,
li nk, andl Stationary,
( rockery. Ilardwar,'-and Cutlery,
lirown anid ILoaf Snears.
(tollee t. Mahitrses, 'ea, 'ow'der and Shot,
.'panish sad American Ae-gars,
Itaiins, Fitrs, )ates, Alonds,
Soda runt Wine Creakers,
A fine lot North Carolina lacon and Lard,
(arront Ware, Iron and Salt.
Spring and Summer of 1850.
1. T. SOI.OMONS. & CO.
Would inform their friends and the publie
genuarally, that they have just openedi a large
nnd. ehyavunt a,:teortneht of
.Spr'it)g & Suunn cr Goods
of ecery 'e.'cription, tnlh an
Plain nn-1ite,l rlanslins
Ilhack :ad Mole farattes,
ranee and inroidcnd do.
Silk Ti-eines and Colored LIawns,
L.inen L.nstr-s and Czhnntbrnys,
Swiss Mitslins, Plain and Enlthridered,
Ginglint:ss, Fac:y atid Mourniag Prints of
every variety, ete.
A beautiful assortment of white and Fancy
inet.T)rillings, Brown Linetns, )rnp D's,
Croton Clutha: Mar.*iesllc Vesting., jilack ~und
coloredl Silk Cravat-'. Ginnaham and Muslin do.,
Cottonadhes, Ihkllehe and Blrown Shirting. anid
Shetint's of oe-;ery gnatlity wtxithi a variety of
G.onel too, r irnerona~ to be- sleiieitd.
They x wonhi invit.' part ienla r attention to their
-tocki of Ill Al W M A DF.~ ('I.OTlll NG. wichl
'a xii' been. pturIcased of the. Mlamnfacturr at
In" I.ctuest ('.1*/ pric'es, they are preparedt to sell
on the Int,%t reusetible tern.
A.- a--soraientoft 1.0,,Youctths andi Men'ts
* lai., oaniting~ if P'ahni Irta f, I.'ghorn, l'ana
totax whiit antduink -soft linngarian, end! fine
Sukct rut li.enve~r Iliatr--with loot,', Shioes,
'oke'.t''tery. Glass-wsare. Saddlerv, uinti
(Xa.rete r.' 'TendI. may talso bet fotindl by ''alling
no. door., .'\rho, h'tor ne
Spring of 1850.
W .G. ii A5a11011l'.
W53 a ntI t5'h King St reet,
Il' now recei' i..g itand a'fl-rs to purchatsers of
I lltV a '00)1 I, wx it' ttiay x isit the City onte of
Ettr;ge-t tck of Rich (1
eve r .xpol:,edi in ( leirlestonr. lie 1ng madte ex.
t t'.irrang ,Ienwnt. ihr S l'llN( A.-.,h
axtetl n ite- lurchase~trs to hisi stock as it
E learnt 'Silk ., both lack nndt colored;
"r.-ii:ulines. Silk 31ntslitns, Tissttes;
" littrage-s, herbth plain undI prianted.
finha . Ginginini~ Muslins, l'rints;
.\ l p~wen., t hanhan e-- ihllys,;
IC~nboideies o' va it sylesc,
F~eInx tllI ress G( ~ in variety of stmyle a
Wh iin- Go.' ls of all thae varittns qialitties;
I I tit tirp.., fbne, Silk a1-, t.in Shiawl s
arn i Iantle is is
Ihotery, GIas e's andi I 'nde-r Vestts, (Silk, Me
ol'itbroIih-re i l r e ctt,-tic e ar.. lat in xxi.
l' wr l ':nnit r ir li dhi-. iny Il r.atl I faindt ng
Ici ds for! tft setWear ill th. fleadin rtyles
rA.,a- inv tompltt asrti llt o ll I yt~ MMeav
l large-tlckIo hhahed11. Pnni IC Does
t i I - c lre lotts . t . I: et. !ii t li
., abu *l i:i h.- Irkeltxllk ti- e to ouplls-ih h
tiost., -shoabl dt /c, .'as ;f(diao
bradd aleery ariinethe &cr God
.\l 1rjciW .olTeto P)illowy. PJar.
N-0l As at--eahitot i
p roi l'a o im . ~ sGo
Fe. Ju.'1.OOM s&Co
It is ordered1, on motiow of Mayranc- & Rfich
ardson, defendantntiolltors, that the creditor
of the late Charles LJ&CLet, be- requited to ens
tailish their demands In thi Court on or 6efoe
the first day of Octof~er 'neat; and that tie
Commissioner give hotice of this order by ad
vertising thie Paine ,on the Court house door,
until the expiration of the said poriod, and by
publishing it in one of the papers of this Dis
met once every two weeks until the firt day of
BENJ. F. DUNIIN.
Jmue 4, 1850.
Thu above is a true copy, this 5th June, 1850,
. JOIN B. MILLER, Corn.
Jne l . . . e2wtd
F' Benjamin Folsom
. Would respectfully inform his 741.
friendsand the public, that he is new selling out
his fihne stock of
Boots and Shoes,
part of which being lately received, and now
openinj, on terms aot s&dvantageous as was ever
oflered in thin anarke . His stock consists of aii
assortment of supcrfinc Gaiters, Ties, Buskins,
ami lisses Bointees, all of which he will he
happy to dispose of low for Cash, or on a short
credit. Porsons desirotaus of purchasing will cl,
well to fror him with at call, at tht ioOT AND
o110K M:ARar, one door West of W. Webh'r store.
N. B.-Boots kept constantly on han.l.
J Tile under:igned would respectfully
I inform the public that he has taken
S. thil hotrse well known an the "CRO.S S
K E S'," formerly kept by Mt. Win. McKnin,
in the town of Cinden where he is prepared to
accominoidiate travellers, and boarders at rea.
sionable prices. Thu-e who desire to feel the
sanin uet abroad as at homse, are invited to
give him a call.
Travefler accommodated for' n single night,
and breakfast in timue for the enrs in the morn
istg, at modertw charges. J. h. F. hOONM-,
Feb. 131850, t(; Proprietor.
Webb Clark's Hotel,
~SUM1TElR VI LLE, S. C.,
-' This Hotel in iituated in the most
pleasant part of the toe n. 'VTe
" Proprietor t;ill he pleased to see
his friends and the travelling public; proni
ising to spare no exertions on his part to
render them comfortable. Charges rca.
Jan 23 13 tf
S.rTri-\eekly Telegraphm, (Colttmbia)
and Charleston Courier, copy-three rutiths
and sern.d hills to this office for payment.
F. Ma I Ta, would respectfully in.
fformu the citizens of Smnterville and
. the suirrotnding country that he lhas
ju't returned from 'harleston, and hna made
nrrangements to receive ICE: and 8UA WA.
I' hit, of every variety, weekly.
Ileo has on hanl, and will continue te receive
throughout the season, a choice assortment of
%Vines and Cordial,. Confectionaries, Fruit:
&c-, all of which11 will be disanosed of cheaper
than was ever offered before In this place.
Mty 29, 1850- 30 if
Sumterville and Claremont
--- he' tmberiber tispeetfuslly- ant.
. W inotnees to the 'I'ratelling Putb.
he uthat ii .Ntage leaves nitervilo every mrun-.
ang am 2 o'cleck, (excep. Sumfaiy) and arrives at
luremont in time for the cars fur Chiarleston
I'avYes najme ay (after the arriv al of the czars
fromi Clar leston) awil arrives at Sumtterville at
N. lI.--Haling prtcured the services of his
former Driver. 31r. 1.. 1>. hlOl'l. '*nssnt-a~re. all
whot patronize his stni~.e, a safe and expeditious
1'. M. lHtUTLElt.
A pril 17, IfP50 25 tf
Look Sharp !!
Just received by a late arrival from
Charlestoti, a fresh Stock of
Diry Goods and -Grocerics,
Consistitng in part as follows:
Ladies and Gentlemn's~, Shoes, of va
rious descr'ptions ;Misses antd Chilhdretns
ml2.: a hne assotrtmaenit of l LaLti n Cap.s
tor Suronuser ; also', Cohllee ; Sugar ; Mo
laisstes ; Cider Viegrar ;Candles ; No. 1
Mackerel ; Pickled Pork ; Salt ; Water
Bucket s ; fine Iari.e Uromus ; spice; Poep
per ; Cloves ; Ginger ; Mae; also, a fine
Ilot of'ITin WVare ; all of wh lich wall be sold
low for casha trade---by
McltROY & JONES,
Opposite Wan. Webb's N. Y. Store.
M ay 1, 19a.
A v-aluable plantaition con! taiing tine
lundlred anrd eleven acrers, cuinaatedl in
Cla remsont C.ounty, abouat seven mailes fromn
Stioterville, on thae puibl ic rtod htdala frtom
Smuaaterva le' to thle Swinra umg Pencus. i'Tere
.son the piace a gzoo] )wpl in It ~lonie,
K itu-heni, Soaidui.-1 1on.se, St ables Co-n
l ine &c ~. All in good re'pair. Fotr ters
appy tos S-uni. J. Bradfomrd J. WV. I).rgaa or
the Enbhscr iber on t he tinantatiton.
Nov. 17 1S19 -1 tf
IMPtRO ElD END)LESS CIIAIN
All Petrsns wisMung the above Elevators
cana bie sujpple'd lby the SubsctMriber, wvho is
ther .\gt'nt fo'r the Distric t of Smntuter .9. (2.
Stnaterville, Oct. 31st I1'19. 1Ivl
Trout & DeLange,
C'O(.1L)11SS1OX JI1] 'CIIANTS,
Chatrleston, S. C.
Ke ep conastantt ly ona hanad, a lrarge assort
men:t cof Fresh hurnt. Stone Lne, Ro-sen-.
dt le Cc'menot, P 'lster of Paris, Newv York
smau., or Fa rmerrs na tarintg Plaster, art
:md THearth Bricks, P lasterinag I laur, atnd
Dmnibhilng Miateal s ini reeaneral.
()RDlER(S l-ft woh'IaMresrau J1. 'T. 801.
(f iS & CO. wal nI taet witha prompt
Groceries Just Received,
Yuattg Ilysont TPen;
*N~e uth dLo,h~tm Porter, in- ptls.;
Port andi Mladlera Winoe
41000 Fine egnmre le , i.
'IT: CNCERWS iER. ONE
Or, Keeler't Cordial and Car'
*Foith.e a Poe s~k1
HGA, DYSENTERY, CHIOQELR
DUS, ClIOLER A Tl(? ApUi ,
FLATULENCY, (*RG ?lG PAN
fur all Derao ents'f the: S .touh 4hE
Ilo wels, caused bfjf p ltg,Ioproer e(Driuk,
(17 Atf ATir; loLERIA is as easily
cured -and provelitad an airy other dseasee.
the stordach mid'Ei'wots. provided the prope.
means are nsbd. ,Ipresmau the samine sare
bid symptoms as Cholera, Merbus, only mor
violent. There is no dif'erence in. their.,p".
thology, the treatmenst being. tihesuem Dr.
Keeler's Cordianl, o jbastly cele6tated for ils
eases of tihe stomach and bowels, wiliv as e"
tain na 14 is used, cure this disease.. As e
lreventive, it should be used insmalquauti..
ties daily, mixed with water, ani op tbo.,p
preach of the disease, it should e takn: lit
moderato doses, at regua andshort ifhlnt,,a ..
until every symptom is removed. Frietions (
the abdomen, with exernuil ariplications M..
tihe extrenitie., in the worst stges of the dise.
ease, will cure forty-nino of any fifty cses..
'ihere is no need of sanything else; and.. nqve.
all, beware of Calonel, Purgatives, and o (Inr
Palliatives; they will kill more.haatI~y q >p;
cure. ThIs most severe cases of : ( pluj*.,
yield to the heroic virtues'of this remed7 Il . .
mnugic. The proprietor invites -in;
aind boldly proclaims that it will'speedily q
all discuses of this character., "a csH poeet
living witnesses of its beneficial effscis
beiig pronounced incurabi anc gven:
die by their physicians. In aji cases ofI
the money wil! be cheerfully'returmen.
(Extraet of a letter from the Rev Dr. Earle.'
Daisville, [lucks County, August-2th, 1847,
Dear Sir-1 am now prepared to recon.
mend your Cordial from having used it with.
success im 3veral instances, unid ,I am now
trying your l'anacea in- a case of protracted
debility, attended with erugh, apparently pro.
duced in the young Lady by her. 'outgrowing
her strength,' to use a common phrase.
Yours, respect utfy,
AzjnEu Eaa.LE, 1.
Extract of a letter from Ebeuezer'Cook.
New York City, July 20, 1847.
1)r Keeler. Sir. I havep sedin my fati
ly all of the Cordiul which you left with me
last sununer except two bottles which I 'pee'
sanded a customerof iuiie to try, nd liavin
proved very beneficial, he has reoinmanded
at to some of his friends who wish to hive some'
of it. I therefore wish you would send sae some
by express. I ntm satidfied from my own ex.,
perience that it is the brat medicine for chii
dren Teething and Summer Complaints that
is ofl'ered to the public, and all that is noces
sary for a recommeudation is to try it.
284 Grard at. car, of Ailey.
This is to certify that I have used Dr. Keel
er's Cordial, and have found it a valudblozn.ed
icitc in diarrhonu, dyrouterv, and all derange
nents of the stomach and bowef:, caused by
Treiling, and is particularly adapted th all,
diseases of those or gans'caused by acid fruits;
or the debilitating effects of seasson aind el
D M'Az.z.isow, 3i. D. Plum at. Phila.
Dr Keeler's Cordial.-We would call the,
attention of our readers to this luvalauble mod
Ictn, which will be found advertised ength
in our columns. Asa corrective inis of
Dnarrhai, a disease very prevalent at -
seant time, it is highly. spoken of by al ho
have used it.
(Neal's Saturday Gazette of August 28,1847
Dr. Keeler's Cordial and Carminati ..4
ThIie article is advertised in iot'
our paper, it is warm'y . eqor
lies who havy'tried it.
among children, alnd hsos
cures. 'The Cordial is-no't a.
bunt carefully prepared mediani,
ly free from anay thing injurions.-..Pennxsyra
nian of Sept. 3,. 1847.
Dr Keelr--Dear Sir. -As it is my de f
use anvery honest means to promote the happi
tave. Last autumn 1 was attacked with Dliar.
rhine whnich debilitated my system very much;
for nearly three weeks I tried many remedies,
but fouand little or no benefit, when my dath,
ter imformed me of your Gordial. I bought a.
bottle and had not taken but two dose. before
I obtainned relief. I was entirely recovered
before I used the whole of it; and have to..
tmamned hearty ever since. Respectfully
yours, S. BUOD, D1 D,
Prepared and sol, wvholesale and retal,
Phiiladelphia ; wh ere also Dr. lKeeler's Onagth
SYRUP, VER;1IFUGE SYRUP. RHEU..
MAlTVcIC LOTION, LIVER and-.Aa
TFIVE P'ILLS niay be obtained.., Remtgdge
of insurpassed effieiency, and which hqu'o
equal-. No family in town or counutryshauld
be without these celebrated medicines so
admirably adaptive to meet sudden emerg~,
QTI Also DR. KEE'LER'S SARISAPA.
RILLA, for the permiane~nt enre and remojat
of all diseases, arising from asperities of thne
jbeod, or habit of thne bodly,- vi:: 'Chrohio
diseases of thne chest, Consumption, Bronchi-.
ti.s, Cantarrh, Pleurisy, Scrofuht In all its formeur
T[etter, .lemnld head, [IIotches, of tho fae
Chnromnic dise~ases of the Stomach, Liver and
Skini, cut aneotra eruptions whi-o stveiligs,
hiip joint af~ection, deep seatsd pai:is of the
hosnes, sw,-lings of the' joints, Ulcers,:Syphla
tic disorders, Mnercurina and aill. Hereditary
prediajpoatioans. Females autlering from..hob
strutionu, sallow comnplexiun, nervousdesit,,
etc., will tind tine Pancea an elegant remedy
foir their remnovalh.
For sale by Dr. R. S. Mcretfu, Suni
tervnlle; Z. J1. De'4ay, Camden; Black
& Ehuny, Orangebnurg; lloaniwright &4
Miot, Columbia; J. Mc~tillan, Marion;:
P. M!. Cilhen Charleston ; 'nd- by
t)runggist ,ad Mlercaa' in-.every ton.
throiuotut the Sttte.
Decu. 19, 1849 8
'JG8 King-street,. corner of Wen rth
CHIA RIESTO~e S. -
WV. A. KEN'T & MITOHlEIJ4~ are
now receiving their usual stupplv of Spring
aind smmunner C'oting, to whichthey Wooki
invite tile attention of purdhasee. They
keep conustanitly on bmad,,a full at com
plete~ stock of Clothitng mfid Gentlenien'sj
Outfiti illg articlesi Purchaser, will at
times flid a ftill stock of
Eniisgh antf French~roth Dent andi
Medtium arnd four prided Olotl Co'ats.
Pants, of all diescriptionsu,
Amnd a funll stock of VestI -_
TheLy would Invite aittention to their
stock of Outtitting articles, viz Shirts, Col.
lars, Cravate, Under Garments, IHoeiorv,
Gav;es, Suspenuders, Ilresing Gowns, &c
A11o rftnec abuae oo ifnlV~ be ,oldai the
W. A KENT & MI'Cli1ELL,
269' King-st. corner Wenitworth.
Thle highesItnmarkt ns r'O 1