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' I rEie19 ,ch otcer or soldier before
the conc lisIon of 08'sernle' tui'd- 'tmnr
rit-d at the date of her application; Prorided
frihcr, ThIat no hand warbant issued ur
ih proviiions of this act, shall be laid
nr* %*I nd of the United States to which there
tihl :1 be a pre-emption right, or upon witich
i lero shall he anl actual settlement and
rrit ivat ion, except with the consent of such
sit ler, to be satisfactorily proven to the pro
per 'aid oflicer
&c/im 3. And be it furthor enacted,
T Ilit all sales,mortgages, letters of attor.
ney, or other instruinents of writing.goin'gr
to afect the title or claim to any warrant or
certificate hereitnbefore provided for, made
or executed prior to the issueof such war
rant, or certiticate, shall be null and void,
to all intents and purposes whatever, nor
shill such certificate or the land obtained
thereby, be, in any wise afibcted by, or
charged with, or subject to the payment of
ainy d(ebt or claim incurred by such officer
or soldier prior to the isaning of the patent:
Provided, That the benefits of this act shall
not accrue to any pers AVho is a nemiber
of the present Cn
Fra: PROOF PAINT.-TlIe Massacht.
setts papers chronicle the discovery, near
Springfield, of a quarry of a peculiar kind of
Stone, which, whon properly prepared, uni
tes readily with linseed oil, and fornis a
tuost excellent paint, which, .by exposure
of a few mionths to the weather, becomes
as hard as stone. The material is a reddish
brown stone, with some veins of blue, which
when brought from the quarry, and exposed
to the air slacks or softens, and crumbles.
In a r&time after being brought from the
(ua . becones so soft as to yield to
pressure as easily as chalk, and has no
grit. To prepare it for mixing with oil,
like lead, it is first washed, then grotnd.
It is said to contain a larger portion of the
l rdoning qualities, than any paint mate.
i'et known, and is consequently more
impervious to tire and water. Tho cost is
not half asmUch as lead, and it is thought
to be .nore durable, beside its protection
against fire and water. Should this ma
terinal prove to be %% hat is now believed of
it, by those who have examined it, the
result will be fortunate for the enterpris
ing proprietors. Similar discoveries at
thre west. have been already favorably in
troduced to the public but this oie in Sp~ring
field is said to p.nesent more substantial
qualities for the use to which it is found
adapted, than any other discovery of the
kind yet made-known.
Died at Morven, Anson county N. C.,
oi the 18th inst., MARY IIpLEN, infait
daltghter of Dr. C. C. lucCaskill.
We are authorized to announce
MOSES M. BENNOV, Elq'r.
as, a Candidate for the lgislature from
Clarendon at the next Electionl.
Clarendon County, Aug. -0, 1850. 44tf
ApPica be made to the egilatuire
nt its next on, b a nurinhr of Plantrs,
Mlechanics an' tofre(frar ns for a chnner to in..
corpiorate a COTTON 11A ANUFAcTilRli;
C.OMPANYto be locatid in or near Sumter.
ville, S. C.
Aug. 27, 1850. 44 3m
IS herchy give, that applicatjon-sil be
d jeantl next. iukof thre-Legisl;irnre
of South Carolin:t. for a Ciaite of'ncor.
poration for tho Villuger of Kinigstree.
Kingstree, Aug. 20, 1850. 44 3m.
Vulcanville Steam Mills,
The ahove SAWI,0RISTl'and FL1OUR.
J.VG MIL LS are now ini full operation.
IIlaving re'placed our first Engmno by one
..ore powerful, and built a new'rist
Mfill, togethenr with ai first rate BOLTING
Aplparan ts, for tihe accormmochttioin of such
oft our Farmers as turn their attentioin to
Whieat, we truist, hv strict attention, to mewrit
a share of the pubilic parrn:>ge.
T. J. COGHLIAN & CO.
Ang. 28, 1850. 414 tf
* For Sale,
ThIlRTY-SIX IIEAD OF BIEEF CATTLE.
Arnoing them six line 1JE E VES. Persons wis.
tng to purchause will nippy to
. JOIN S. JI CJIA ItDSON, Sun.
Aug 28th. 185t0- 4f r f
South Carolina--Sumter Dist,
By WV. LE WI S, E sti., Ordinary for said
SWhereas, E. D). Pringle, bath applied
to mie for Letters of Administration, on all
and singanr the goods and chattels, rights
aind credits of WV. G. Pringle, late of the
said District, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite andi adimon..
ish all and siingu lar, tihe kindred arnd credi
tors of the said deceased, to be and appear
before mo at our next Ordinary'e Court for
the said District, to be holden at Sumter
Court Hlouse on Friday the 'ith day of Me p
teinber nexit, to shtow cause, if anty, why the
Ssaidi admimistration shoul d rnot he grainte-J.
Given under muy hand and seal, tis
26th~ dary of Aug., in the year of our
[r. .s] Lord, one thouisanrd eight hundred
and fifty, and in tire 75th year of
W. LE Wis, o .n
Aug. 28 44 2t
Bouth Carolina--Sumter Dist
Whrereas, John Murray arid WV. Ioneau
Murray, hathi ap~plied to mec for Letters of/
Adnnrmstration, on all and sinigular thie
goods andi chattels, rights arid credit of
Samuel J. Mturray, late of tho District
.iThese are, therefore, to cite andi admnon
jah all and singular, tire kiundred arid credi.
to)rs of thre said deceased, to be arndu appear
buetorc ine at our next Ordiinary's Corurt for
the saIidl District, to be hldent~u at Srumrter
Coutrt H ouse Ott Friday tire 20hi dary of A rig.
inst., to shorw caunse, if~ arny, wiry thre ridr
adlminiristrat ion shiouli not be granted.
Given tunrder iry haindl and seal, thIis
12thI day of Aurg., in the yea r ofi our
[ r. s.) lord, trie thousairnd eight hundred
andt fifty antd int the 75thi yearr of
A mericarn Itndep)renece
\V. LlAW18, it. s. Ti.
Aug 14 42 3
Whiereas eundrtry NOTIES, wich were
ini th pu osse*sitn of Mr. Thlomas. lirumhry,
dline:nnl, hi r v beent puit into my han rds for
c o!lectonm by thorsn int erestedl, wbhih not es
( i :ppear e) w~ere givenr for tire hi re of thre
Neroes, inr wich .Mrs. lE. Singletoni, d~e
ceased, hnm id a Ni Estarte; therefoire, r~ot ice
h rebym' gi'.eni thrat irinrnediatte lpayiou.rt
is rq etre.
In Chirleston, S. C.
Wonld respecitfully inform their friends
and those who purchaseo DRY GOODS inl
their City, that they are now prepared to of
for a large, choice and well assorted Stock of
Foreigni, Fancy, taid Staple.
As they receive the bulk of their GOODS
DIR4ECT trot I-UROPEAN PORTS, they
feel assured of being able to conpotg sue
cessfully, with any o:lir Market inthUni
C. & E. L. KERRISON & CO.
209 King str'et, North-west corner of
King and Market Strots.
Ang 28, 1850. 44 3m
Direct Importations of
The subscribers, aro constantly receiving
(irec/ from the Manuficturors, MADE TO
TI ilIR ORDER, and expressly adapted to
the Southern Trade, and to which they with
CotIidenco'iniVte the attention of purchaser.4,
with a gunriateo that th Goodis will be
fonnd PURE FLA X---to-wit:
Shirting and Fronting Linens ant Lawns
Pillow Case, Coatee and Shieeting iinens
Ruiissia, Bird's Eye, and HIucliaback Diapers
Bleached and Brown Table Damasks, of as
Datnask.Doylies, Nap.ldns and Cloths, of va
Dowlass. Glass Clotl,; Black, White and
I adies', Gent's., and Children's Linen Cain
bric Ildkis., etc. etc.
C. & E. I,. KERRISON & CO.
209 Kin-r Stiet,
Charleston, S. C.
Aug 28, 1850. 14 3tn
PLAINS, BLANKETS, KER
SEYS AND FLANNELS.
Tha subscribers, Direct Importers of all
WIOOEN GOODS, have just receiyed per
Ships, nGuInare", "Orion" and "S6mrset"
from Iiverpol, their fall supply of PLA INS,
KERSI-YW , WITE and COiR)ED
lIANKETS, WIiTE, RlD, IALUE tiand
Greei FiANNE l, BLANK N0TING, G(ern
sey Shirts. Kilnmar odc Caps, Scotch Boon
nots, &c.. c., eCxpressly snited to onr South
ern Planters trade, anti to an inspectioni of
wihich, the. confidelntly invite all wll) Visit
the Charleston Nlatrket.
C. & E. L. K1RR ISON & CO.
209 King Street,
North-west corner Kin and M1arket-Strs.
NOTICE! NOTICE I
All persons indebted to the i'state ofT..
J. Widcr, deceasc 1, by purchase at the i
SIle of s.id E-state, by me inade, tire lere- I
by notiici, that the Credit given of SIX
MIONTI IS has expired; anti payment must
at once be roid It is loped that this re
quest idl, without delay, lie tiomlpl'ed
with, as the priperty sold was all under
exceition, arn itiiglt have eiet sold bv
the Sheritf for Cash, but for the mutual
benefit of all concerned, the Judginent
creditors permitted a Credit S:le.
A ?tgus1t 12, 2'850. '42 t f
Whlereas I ha~ve this day' taken poss
sion (as Ordinary of said !District) of the
personal property -an dercliet of John
Ilaniks late of Surriterville dec'dl; andl I
avail myself of this~ intethod tonootuify all
persons indebtedl to tine dec'di to ima:ke im
moediat' payulnent to .\l r. I.. 11. 11lanks, tolg
Agent (in this part icularn;) and thiose In i.
ig dlemantdS aga inlst dec'du will han themIlii
in duly attestedl accord i ng to haw.
Atig. 2hd 1,5t0 dIt ti
The State of South-Carolina.
Islw. It. Davis. S
Johni J. Keels, whoii is in tlhe cunst' dlv of the
Sherill' of Williialnshurghl D)strict, lby v ir.
tne of a Writ of Capias adi Sut isfacieluhii
at the suit. of Edwardl 1. I )avis, hiavin
tiled in mny otlce, togethier with a sche ihile
ont oathI, of hiis estate anti etfect s. his pet i
tion to the Court ot' f'omnmon IPleas, pray-'
ing t hat he ray he hinitt ed to the benteiit
of the Acts ofl thle 4GenetLral Asseuinbly,
nade for thei relief o)f I tsol vent Detor
It is ordered, t hat thle said Eltward II. 1)a.
vi:', and all other thIe crelitors to whanztn
lhe said John J. KeelIs is in ;u ny wise in.
debited, hbe, and thiey are lierehv stitnioned
andu hav ot)tttice to app'a r, btetore thle said
Court at W'iiliansunrgh (Court Iiouse, onl
the tird n Moteiay' art en thle fou rthI .\onday
in I )ctober next, to shew cause~ if anyl~ tn:
cani why the prayer tof the pet itiont 'ort.
s.id sho ulId not be granitedl.
Oftlii'e of the Coin~inon lelas,
Wiliaiunsburg D) strnict,'
A ugust 9th, 1850- S -12 13:t
South Carolina Institute,
narinstit for the pnanonrit ei Art, Ieban i
ent'll n enit,& . 1 w all No beuii.r h e i' in s Chrston.im,
"iii,'tinn of every brnich of ind wtry ar.
next bes~t. in hi l. For OJrjinalui ttienioni,i.
a sitabeihu presiinum, at tie diteretiuln ofi the
A selet'' vi w i till md of the~ best $ieitmen
of rrinehn7itin and t e A roil i, of C 7 i ife.
'Ingnr . obcc,iti t'orn. Wheat. FI, t erml
andit Toren1t n--ogi stin heWiblr. ~ n
jto ev beh ii. jFod inn thn r n f 8
Artr aent, Can be oriscre, a the si ih
A ll t nrnof Cit ia oriue at thre sn
if' ill metwthpo > nuEni.
u-b- 0JeiP of Swtqr Djv -sion of
j t~ ;place on: Friday, the
a f 8o prn e'nojcr , at Sumt]rville,
'coimericing at about 11 o'clock in the
forenoon. Members of the Order are re
quested tg~neet in the. Town Hall, at half
atller 10 o'clock, to prepare for- procession.
'he second Anniversary Oration of thia
Division will be delivered on that occasion
by P. W..1'. FRASER; and there will.- also
be other Addresses.
The meeting will take place in the Court
House. The public generally are invited.
N. GRAHAM, R. S.
Aug. 7, 41 ot
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Informs the inhabitanti of Sumter and vincin.
ity that he has, removed from the corner of
liung am Market Streets, to his NEW WARE
ItOOMS*, No. 244 Rend of King Street, and
now ofrers and will continue to keep one of the
largest anal most comprehensivo stocks of For
eigna and Domestic DRY GOODS to be fuunnd
in th City. A lnrgo part of which he hai 131
'OrED DIRECT expressly for Southern
THE ONE PRICE SYSTEM will be strict
ly attended to. It being the Fairest.
Merciants, Plauaterm asad Pas
visiting the city for their supplies, will fiil their
advantage iniIving this stock all examination.
Aug 1st 18' 41 6t
MARTIN & BRYAN,
Hioyce <- Co.'s Wharf,
CIIARLESTON S. C.
-A3tES NARTIN. TIloMAS A. nrTYAN.
Mr. RoBnEtT MAnRTI, Charleston,
" It. O'Ni:u., (Colim,,bin,
" C. J. S 1u4so,, Cnmden,
JAm1s Wnatr, Chrnw,
'J. It. Atnmv, Winnsboro.
ADVANCES mnde on Cotton uid other
Proiuce vhiippld to them. (-fIl'articular
attention given to the purchase of Bagging,
Rope, 1and4 Family Supplies.
311t uIly, 1850. d0 6m
SHACKLEFORD & GAESER,
FACTORS AND COMMIJEiSION
NO. 13, CENTRAL WIIAIr,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Aug. 14, 1850. 42 Mt
The subscriber will rent for the ensuing
year, on reasonablo terms, the residence
A the Ite ). F. Wvles, Esq. in State
mrg.-Oi the premises are a comfortable
Dweljinr 1 luse and all necessarv luild
n.!, wath about Twenty Acres of Land
uttached there to, con'Lamiiig at complete
1'.11 Yard in full operation.
M. A. \VYLES, Adnz'x.
Stateburg, 1st January, 1850. 10 tf
The Creditor.; of Wm. J. Rees, Esq.,
leceaed, are called upon to present to the
Subls .bers theaii demanaad4,[pretrly attest
idj anoral-m. to !-tw. -.tId-he indebied,
.1 the ,:1,6 e 'e-d tti k a1i ent.
K. M. AND)ERSON,
July 2d :i0 tf
G-ANTT, HUFF 4 GANTT,
Fa'zctoi's & (deeaa Cosa
tmu~a.:SToN, N. c".,
itrU v &am.~~lIt ye-ll all aticle's of prod lre and
oraersi witti aeepatcha, 31erebaandizes entrusate'd
io their care.
W. RI. IIUFF,
JA NhES I.. -A NTT.
It :a-u:r. t:xe:.-(Col.. F. J. 31oseoe, smnuiter;
' Ii ' heucrib.-r Ihas amati arrana4tmetsc fr
lie mi~anutf:oa-tr ofi fretin Fiur tio 1ive 'l'hotuariil
I.iirs oft the aboe artaicle hv the F'Ah... F'or
referenle'le i as t itv. Iiw 'woubihl re'spect fually
re'f;r persons t li wh o y be. alisose t parihain
if huni, tod thie. . wii h otroize.til lhim hasl ye'ar.
As. o rice, h le ill guai~rantee themii at.' lowt ais
inn hae afebrele'.
Mciy 22 2 tI' .. MiOltIA N.
. ieiu lh re -e~t fuilhy inifoermi hii
tr'i' ol and th pu b ,ta hisnwleln u
pean ofl wuihih bieinag hately rei-i. ved, ai no4w
niniiti , nterm asZ~ adnhi:gtigai ou as waver
iifh-red ini th.iiicarIet. iI, iitie onsits ofi ani
a.-eriiain of superin a it en , 'l'i'e, li,i nsta
nad .Aiscs H~ocite'. all of( wih h wi~ ill he
hljeyy Iioilihjpo- 4.f low for 'Iib. er iani a shoart
edbt. Peiruionst ah-'irilm, iof purcihaing n. ill b
wtell to favor him w iih a ceal , at ilc the ' r ina
3.It. llieot hept contatily on handae.
11iaing tatken the AXgencof t dha. I)a -
K\\ All' \ "ro)lltY. w-e are prepiate twl
atia-r VaAlhlNS aui ( SN A llUR( laor ( a.h
ati lFatory piric's.
A. .J. & l'. M10SH8.
-iaie 21, 185te~0. 35 f
iti barnl leer thea puarch'isce of Ne'gres of
mthtler sex. A pply tea
( elttrhc~, . '. , c. 'I. I . I IA R .
I hereb,-y give nottice thtat applienticn wtill be'
ma~ee to ihe hagi.-tature ofi this .eait u t iits naext
me'eieen for j reanl freoma iaear ilhe hous.eef i:.
niiii Stuickey seneu., to the- rieoel fromii l-iehop
ll e t l'ialen, aet ithe letwer it ef the plumia.
tieon of Joel I at ie.
JOtIIN ltltWN, Sen.
hlaei h p ille', S. ('. Atn ug. 3th, 18.et. .2- if
Th.lle subi-a rribe r woubilI resplec't lfullyv in
1 feet i s fita e n n t ha'ac' - :1 ut'thlic~ geiierial
ly, that he ia pcrepjtat'd to dlo all I tcaane'r of
W~, l( K( ini hise hine oct buinaess; haivjing ob-y
tained lhe servicesi of a god workancim to
lavsist h im.a
Rei~rs of aatchies, Cltcks, &ca., let
witha htn, ilil he dlone in a neat anud work
Alexander 3MLean, Daniel Md'". M
McLean vs. W. A. Colelough, Ad. Of Chas.
It is ordered, on motion df Mayrant ch
ardson, defendants Solicitors, that the; tors
of the late Charles MeLean, be equired to e*.
tablish their demands in tiI Cou or before
the fir.st day of October next; a 1 that the
Coninissioner give notice of this order by ad
vertising the same on the Court House door,
until the expiration of the said period, anti by
publishing it in one of the papers of this Dis
trict once every two weeks until the first day of
BIENJ. F. J)UNICN.
June 4, 1850.
The above is a true copy, this 5th June, 1850.
JOHN B. M1LiLEl, Corn.
June 12 33 e2wtd
The subscriber has Removed his FURNI.
T1tIiE WAREiIOOM to Ar. A. J. Moses' now
building (up-stairs) where he will keep con.
stantly on hand, a general assortment of Fur.
niture, consisting in rrt of
)Iresaing liureaus, Plain and
Marble Top, Sofas and Di
vnns, Foot Stool., Ottomans, Wardrobes, plain
andl Mahogany, Candle stands, Dining, Tea
and Work Tables, Centre do.; Curled Maple
high and lov post Bedstead. Mahogany do. ;
Ofice, Sitting. Nursing and Rocking Chairs of
Furniture mnade and repaired at the shortest
Plain and Mahogany Coffins furnished to or
Tle subaseriher is red to furnish Blinds,
Sash and Donra at C hieston Price.
lie will continue his WORK-SIIOP at the
Old Stand, where all orders in ihis line will be
punctually attended to.
DANL. S. SARGENT.
May 15 29 If
The subascriber respectfully informs his custo
merrs and the ooinmmnity at large, that he la
just recived a largm assortment ot' CLOTIIS,
CASN3IWI ES, i 1AP D'ETES ani VEST.
INGS of all desc-riptions, together with a large
stock of Spring and Samnmer
Ready Made Clothing,
nil of which. will be sold low for cash, or to
punctutal customors; please call and examine for
Marua D. J. WINN.
Plantation for Sale,
The stbscriher ofllrs for sale his Plan
tation in Sunter District, two miles south
of Statesburg, consisting of a tract of
seven huitlred and fifty acres (750,) a larre
portion Oak and Hickory and admirabiv
adapted to the cultivation of cotton. Ther'e
is an excellent Dwelling1louse-good out
huildings-staile andl barns-and houses
for the accomnodaatioti of forty or fifty ie.
groea. The good lands anl diecided health
of the plian mmanbine to render it a desirable
For tertms apply to
W. J. REES, Jr.
St atesburgh, Sept. 19, 1849. 40 tf
J1u1t Iteceived by Browin, Lee
wVIen -rtt:v wit.r. srt.L AS .OW AS CAN
lE t'tItCuASE) TitS SIDE OF CIARLESTON.
V iUtY variety of DR Y GOODS, consist.
Illack and colored Alpacas,
lilaek and coloreaf Barese,
Plain amd orded Silk Tissue,
White and rolored 3fumins,
Ginamli s and 3uislins do., Chambray do.$
illack 1 :m I ini and Silk Cravats;
L i#- i ' -Nilk ill.,
---EmrnUhric and -Musti Edging and4rimertin
Blook M1uslin amid Swi- do.
lileached anal Brown Sht ': s,
Every variety of Gents' au Lales' Gloves,
Whaie, lilack, and coloredl I onec,
Irisha tand firown ~inens amnd ILawmn,
inglishl, Frenchl amid Arnericain Prints,
lIird flye~ Iliaper, luiado aa.,
Diowlxa, F lax anal Coattan Oianahurga,
F-mr, Paama~, leghorn, anal Palm Leaf
Iloots amid Shoes oaf every varie.ty,
ltauaksa andl A'aioanary,
C:rockery, Iliardwaare and Cumtlery,
Paawmnatal i.oaf Smugars,
tfl-e, 3a1dnsu,.es, Taa P'owdaer anal Shot,
XAanisha mand Amerriamn Nagairs,
finmiiian, Fitt. ihates,, Almndas,
Saada ammal W inea Crauckae rs
A fine laot Northa I'arolina IBacon and I.ard,
Carn W1a re, Iron and Salt.
Spring of 1850.
~253 andl 255 I'ing Street,
is now reciving anid 4atl,-r% taa purchnners of
liltY V 00;io i, who may visit the l'ity aone of
Lu'e t tockts of ihI 315141
ever expe-edaa inC lairb-stonm. Ilavm mnad,- ex.
tainsne a arrmauemntap iaar NMl3ING S.\ .1S, lie
aonfidentmily hia its pairasmers toa his aatock as it
is amuualtr ly mitt rative,eambracing~ all the a
rienes auf News amil -
fileanmt .'ik<, botath hahmek andma colred;
a rena:aalames. Salk aishiui, Tmienes
" ltarage, bthtt daiin anda pirinted-,
inagham<, G ininmlai ja isthui. P'rimta;
l'imbhraaderies af . ;ariaous satyles,
E-vamning I ire-s Goaaainm 4.sariet y of stylc anal
Whlaite Goodes of all th.. varinas aamalitiesa;
l-:eg~a int I'rami.. iace, Silk andl alushn Shawls
Illama andl I.inenl l'abrie's;
leatiry, Glovea nad I aih-r Vests. (Nilk, 3le.
rimna amad ioti;;
liitbrideared,. lleven- mtitached iad Plmaini I.
naoa t'ammnbrmar lIdkhfa. ina Lrent v.airiety;
GaoodsI far Geat. Wear itnmill tIihe atag styles
.\ nla--t acomp~lete nauartminti if all the lea v ,
l'atmau 'i habricsa for lanu~tain mat-.togetheiar a il a
n laarge ,taock af balezachemId traawn lianmen
tiedeoaloredl attans..etc. air.
Puarhmaser~ canit ailw'vays dt'peda uipont finading
t neues't itlels aoi goeiaaa iiaaprted.n man amigaent
i:a lii:'s iin ithe Marke.t tam supla y us a njih tht'
miost i Iala ibin able ; aaal,.
lia a word a the . taoc)4k n ill he fem aale
tbraer inearly every articale ini the I iry Goodans
liii and u'il l.a- tlred at ithe
la W ' i' POSIlli.1-: Pi'lCES.
N. It. I Ile ha.i imadela'arge tatiama a hir.
Wh le t lai iims aiai 'aill bei. pnr iara tat aaf.
fir .ilaralhtuits nim mnuuaiaially atractivae staick,
anid gnias ithe ia auatnimi af mill who waaaaIah to
puarlhase. GoodSa) at Lowa lra'res for Cuash or
I e u.m8.1.
Stores to Rent,
T he ~m sa srim -ri ollfe s lair l enat, (4n very
reasoiialhla tenm, his two N iG\\ ST()] h[t.
:now ba -ing~ comph-teda jiial a ao te Stoare
ofA. .l. &a l'. Aliiss. Thiy mire inet anal
comiiaolioaus, w5ithi tine I Alt r. ait mimal Shlte~zar
mn thme ytad, aiti n good msmimil foar bumsaie'ss,
A. J. 31081.,
Junte 2 I, 1850-t 3a' tf
A" hmanmml.mae lit of Salk liaregems
Shell Tucamk mand Side Combsh, &S'c. at very
low prices~ by L. 11. IIANKS.
Blanks for Sale at this Oficen
themwefl i~i@ I
, formerly kept b Mr. Wm.'McKal
in the town Of Camden were hoa prepared
accommodate traveller$, and boaeass -ist rt
sonable prices. - Those who deisre to feel I
satne quiet abroad as at how1'sard invited
give him a call. - L
Travellers accom"modated for a ingle nigl
and breakfast in time for the cari in tle moa
ing, atmoderate charges. J. B. F. BOON
Feb. 18 1850, 16 Propriofr
1* The exercisec of the. BRADFOR
SPRINGS FEMALE INSTITUTE, Sut
ter Districtwill be reiumed on uMonda
the 4th of February 6nsning, unider - ti
direction of Rev. EDWIN CATrER,assi
ed by able and accomplished Teachers,
all the various branches of literary at
ornamental education. The Trustees ha1
made the most liberal and complete a
rangements to impart an extensive, the
ough, and highly. tinished education to v
thet pupils-corrinitted to'their charge; at
0n the most moderate terms. Strict at
parental atte*ntion paid to the manners ar
morals of the young ladies- Religious xe
vice, in connection with Sabbath Scho
exercises, held every Sunday. morning i
the Chapel. for the benefit of the Institi
The scholastic year is divided into t%
sessions of five mouths each, beginnir
respectively on the first Mondays in Fe
runry and July; payments half yearly i
advance. Rates the the same as last yea
D. B. McLAURIN,
Sec. & Treas.
The following resolution was adopted h
the Board of Trustees:
Rtesolved, That hereafter any paren
who shall send to board and educate in th
Institute, at an1 one time five daught&
shall be entitled to receive the board atii
education of the fifth one gratis.
An arrangement has also been made I
supply Students of the Iastituto with hool
andl stationary at Charleston retail prices.
Feb. 6th 1850 15 tf
Webb Clark's Hotel,
SUMTER VILLE, S. C.,
This Hotel is situated in the mio
pleasant part of the ton% n. Th
Proprietor will be pleased to se
his friends and the travelling public; prom
ising to spare no exertions on his part t
render then comfortable. Charges rev
Jan 23 13 tf
(IiTri-Weekh- Telegraph, (Columbia
and Charleston Courier. copy three monith
and send hills to this ojtice for payment.
MF. MYERS. would respectfully in
forn the citizens of Sunterville an,
the surrounding country that he ha
jtubt aeturned fromn Charleston, and lats mad
arrantigenits to recivo ICE anl SODA WA
TEIt, cf every variety, weekly.
ie lan on hand, aid will continue to receiv
throighout the season, a choice assortment c
Winei and:-Cordial,. Confectionaries, Frdi
&c., all of which will be dispoued of cheai
titan wax ever ofered before in this Ilace.
M-wy 29, 150. 30 f
Sumterville and Claremon
-Thae subscriber respectfully ari
raounce~s th -the Travelling P'ul
tc that lana .tagep leaves Surnter-vile every rrn
ing at 20'clock. (except 'Sunday)' and art'ies a
Clarenmont In timno for the cans for- Charlestor
LI*nves samec day (after thte arrival of the cmi
fronm Charleton)nand arriven at Sumtervllle
N. Ii.-ilnv ing procuaredl the s.ervices'of hi
former D~river, Mfr. L.. D. HlOPE, can assure n
who patrontize his stage, a anufo and aexpeditiou
P. M. BUT~LR.
April 17,1 0E5 25 if
Jumst received by a late arriv'al fret
Charleston, a fre-sh Stock of
Dray Goods and Groceries
Consisting itn part as follows:
Latadies and Gentlemten's Slices, of va
rictus descriptions ; Mlisses and Children
uo. ; a tine assortiimnt of Hats and Cap
fair Sutammer ; also, Coll'ee ; Sugar ; 3M
lasses ; Cider Vimegar ; CZandles ; No.
Mlackerel ; Pickled Pork ; Salt ; Wate
Bucket s ; Iine large Brooms ;Spice; Pej
ier ; (loves ; G inger ; Mlace ; also, a fin
lot 'of In Ware ; all or whtich will be so]
low for cash tradle-.by
AleROY & JONES,
Opposite Win. Webb's N. Y. Store.
M1ay 1, l050.
A v'aluable, plantation containinig nir
huiitadreal anda eleven aceres, sit uatedil
'laremon~at Cotyt, about seven imiles froi
Sioteitarv ille, on t he public radi leading froi
Sumtterville to the Swvimming lPens. Th'le:
is on the place a good Dwelliing Ihoras
Kitc heat, Smoake-HI ouse, Stables, Cor
Ilionse & c. All ma good repair. For tern
alpply to Samil. J. Bradfordl 3. W. lDargai<
the Subiscribter ont the tplantation.
W M. VAUGHAN.
Nov. 17 1849 4 tf
G iN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders
anty extenat int the above line, both for no
woarkaund reptairs. Outr Gins~ are not su
piassed lay made ma the State, possesia
:all the adlraintages of thec Falling Brea
anda Siliing ltihs, whaichi saves a grcat de~
ini way of retuairs. WVe also use the Ste
lhate Saws, v'ithu teeth set in an atngle lth
canno~at ptossibaly injiure the fittest ,utapl
with ant imptlrovmzent '.) regulate the mtaith
oif the caittont; our bruish as conastructead on
lltan, giving at once, the avantages
haghtnesas, strcngth anal force-all ve
imaterial ini the successful operation of
Gin. We would inivite pbtiters to ec
tat ouir shop anal examiino foir themnselve
w thilst we wouldl assure thte public gettere
ly, thtat they shall have no cause to cot
ptlaint either of' ouar work or prices.
WVe are also p~reparedl to ado work in t1
C'aabinet line-sucht as lledsteadls. WVar
robhest Sales, Blook cases, Stantd, TabI,
Cutphoards, & c. &c. at sihort notice,
HUDJS)ON & TIROTHIER.
Opposite thec Pres/yferian church.
Saimterville, A pril 22, 18l47. 26
Groceries Just Received
WVardi's ltico, Soda Biscuit.;
Younig llyaon Tea;
Scotah and Loaon Porter, in pas.
Poart anad aaeira Wines;
( idear Vinegar;
6000 Fine.Segays, for sale b
.*,, B, H1 ANIK
inJ~ ma $Oe4s3 .ndc4 i'
to For the speedy and positive eurooDIAIRR
HEA DYSENTEriY, CHOLERA MOlt
110 us, OlUMA INFANTUMi COLIC
t FLATULENCY, GRIPING PAINS, ac
t for qll Derasngemeq$4 .9T% the Strpaefc Oa
n. Bowels, caused by TedtiingImpropel Drink
K, etc., etc. - ,..
V7 ASIAT.C CIOQLERA is a#e easil)
cured and prevented as any oahorlisease ol
th6 stoma'h' and.bo*6lp. providad thn propel
means aIre used. It presente tl .aisae - no
bid symptons as Cholera M orbuts only more
D violent. There is no difference In their p.
l. thology, the treatnient being the snra, Dr,
y, Keeler's Cordial, so justly celebrated for di.
c .ases of the stomach. and bowels, will, as er.
tain as it is use4, cure this disease, Ai a
Preventive, it should be usAd in small quanti.
ndties daily, milled *ith water, and on the tap
proach of the disease, it should be taken in
r moder ate doses, at regular and short intervale,
r- until every symptom is removed. Frictiona lc
r- the abdomen, with external applications to
If the extremsticil, in the worst stages of the dis
id ease, will cur, rorty-niu of any Ifi:y casns.
d There is no need of anything else; and, above
d41 all, beware.pf Calonmel, Purgatives, and other
r- Palliatives; they will kill more than they will
cure. The most sovere cases of Complaint
n yield to the heroic virtues of this remedy like
magic. The proprietor invites investigation,
and boldly proclaims that it will speedily cure
all diseues of this character. le can point to
'0 living witnesses of its beneficial efrects, after
IT beinig pronounced incurable and given up to
>- die by their pbyiclans. In all cases of failure
n the usoney will be cheerfully returned.
r. Readthis Testimony.
(Exaract of a letter gromt the Rev Dr. Enr'e
Daisville, Ducks County, August 25th, 1847,
y Dear Sir-i am now prepared to recoin.
mend your Cordial from-havinig used it with
success in severul instances, and I am now
tryig your Panacea in a case of protracted
debility, attended with cr.nqh, apparently pro.
d duced in the young Lady by her 'outgrowing
her strength,' to use a common phrase.
Yours, respect fully,
0 AI.FaED E ARLr., Mt. D.
S Extract of a letter from Ebenezer Cook.
New York City, July 20, 1847.
Dr Keeler. Sir. I have used inl my fami.
ly all of the Cordial which you left with mie
last summer except two bottles which I per
sunded a customer of mine to try, and having
proved very beneficial, he has recommended
it to soie of his friends who wish to heave oinme
t of it. I therefore wish you would send me some
by express. I am satisfied from my own ex
perience that it is the brit medicile for chil
dro Teething and Summer Complaims that
is offered to the public, und all that is neces
sary for a recommendation is to try it.
284 Grand -at. cor' of Alley.
This is to certify that I have used Dr. Keel.
) er's Cordial, and have round it a valuahle ized-,
R icine in diarrhwa, dysentery, and all derange
anents of tholestomnuck and bowels, caused by
'Teething, and is particularly adapted to ail
dfiseases of those or gans caused by acid fruits
or the dellitating elfects of - season and cli
D N1'A ..Zaso, t. n. Plum at. Phila.
Dr Keeler's Cordial.-We would call the
. attention of our readers to this invaluable med
toine, which will be found advertied at length
i our columns. As a corrective in cases of
Diarrhwi, a disease Yry prevulent at the pre
sent time it is highly spoken of by all who
r have used it.
(Neal's Saturday Gazette of Angust 28,1847.
Dr. Keeler's Cordial and Carminativ.
This article is advertised in inother part of
our paper, it is warm'y recommended by fami.
lies who have tried'It. Itts eApeelially usefu.
amdtig childrena, and has eff~eetedi btaidh-ds of
.cures, The Cordial is not a guack nostrum,
.but earefully prepared medicino, and perfect.
-ly free fron any thting injurious.--Pennsylva..
t niaof[Sept. 1, 1847.
Dr Keeler-D~ear Sir.- As it is my duty to
use every honest rneans to promote the haeppt
necw- of our fallow creatures. I take grrant plea.
sure in statiang to you the advantage I receiv
.1 ed from: yeur valuab!eCor-dial and Cnrmina%
a tive. Lust atuiunanl I was attacked wvith -Diar
rhaca, intca debilitated mnyy sytem very mnuch;
for nearly three wveeks I tried mansy remedies,
but founad little or ana beniefit, when ra, daungh
ter inforied me of youir Cordial. I bought a
boitle anad l'ad not taken but twvo doses biefore
I obtaisted' relief. II was entirely recoversed
a before I used the wvhole of it ; and. havo r~
mnaianed hearty ever since.. Rtespectfully
,yours, S. Bh'n, D. D.
. Prepared anad s'old, wholesale sand retail,
SPhiladelphaia; where also Dr. Keeler's Congh
SYRUP, VERtMIFUGE biYRUP, RH1Ef..
aAlTIC LOTrrON, LIVER anad SANA
TIVE PILLS may he obtained. Remtedies
of unasurpussed efificcy, anal wisch have no
r equals. No fananly in town or counttrv should
be withaout the.e celebrated maedicnns so
e admtirably adaptive to meeat suddew emiergen.
ii.T Also DR. KEELER'S SA RSAPA
Il.A, for te peranenat cure aand remaoial
Iof all diseasesa arisinag front asperities of the
lIloodl, or habit of thae body, viz: Charonic
- duseases of the chaest, Consunmptin, lironchi
ti C~t~arrh. Pleurisy, Scrofula in all its fors
C Chbronaie diseases of the S4'vmoch, Liver aind
nSkin,* cutaneous eruptionas, wi-e swelhitngs,
an llipjoiant iffetou. deep santed pinzs of thet
n hiones, tswellinag of thae joitt, Ulcers, Svplail
-tie disorders, Alercurint anid tall Here'ditary
e redispnsation~s. Fetmales autirinag froan ob
nstructin, sallow comtplexioaa, nterv'.usness,
m etc., will fintd the P'anaacea ana eleganat remedy
rfor their reamoval.
For sale lay Dr. R. S. Mellrtt, Sum.
tervtlln; %. .J. Del-lay, Camden; Blutck
& Ehny, Oraingeburg; Boalwrighat &
-J Miot, Columbia; .3. McM illan, M arion;
P. M, Cohen~m Chatrleston ; tad by
to Druggist and Merchaats ini every town
a throughout the State.
r. Dec. 19, 1849 8 yy
i MASONIC HALL.
at 268 King-street, corner of WVentw~ortha
CH AR LESTON, S. C.
agW. A. KENT & MITCI[ILL, nre
n aow receivintg their usttal sntpplv o! Sprine
anad Summtter C'othaing, to wvhich they. waula
ia vite the attentioni of putrchasers." T'he
kepcons'tantly on hand, a full nad com.
plato stock of Clothing and Gentlemen'
'Ottttinag articleas. Putrchascjrs will at,
times finad aftull stock of
Enlieigh and Frentch Cloth Dress ant
e Mediumn and~ low priced Cloth Coats
-Pants, of all descriptions,
And a fuall stock of Vests.
They would invite attention to thaii
stock of Ontfattinag artiches, viz: Shirts, CoI
lars, Cravaita, Untder Garments, Hosiery
Glovos, Suspenders, Dressing Gowns, &c
&c. & c
- All the above Goods will be sold at ah!
W. A. KENTJ & MITCHIELI,
2O6I King-st. corner Wo..tworth.
Ilacon and Lard.
4000 lbs Prime Dacon, Killed on tahe inl
600 bs est crease of the ai.41,
500 bs estLentLar a ow, 'a
such as. tipatgq
grd Pi -:ulney, or blood
to the 0e A qdtu
mnach, Nausuea, i,'tbzsrn 4
guet for Food, Ful4ee or pea
ithe. Stombthj Neu4
Pit of the .tenach,
=Ing ofRthe Head, Hurrd
and difficult .Brea~ting
fluttering e the ge ari
Suffocating sensation. then n
Lying Posture, Diness of
Viaion,, Dot .or Webs- be
fore the Sight, ever
and dull pain in the
Skin and E'yes, Pain
in the Side, Back, Chest,
Limbs, 6c., Sudden Fluhes-.
qf Heat, Burning in the Flesh,
C'ontant imaginings of Evil, an4
Grcat Depression of Spirits,;ean be
EFFECTUALLY CURED BY
Celebrated Gernian I.itters
DR. C.. M. JACKSON,
GERAAN MIDICINE STOR
No 120 Archi St.- Pliladelplaia.
Their poeter over the abore dismasee is not:.
relied, if equalled, byany otherpej iln n a
United States, as Ie curcs attest, in many- eak
after skilfadphysicians hadfailed.
These Hitterms are worthY the attenitiotolein
valids. Posesuin?g gmretrtue, in the rectfic.
ton of diseases of thea Liver and Ineer glands,
exercnirIg the nlost searching power i wjak.
nesm ind uffection of the digestive 'oskanhthWi
ire, withal, Pare, certain brad pleasant -..
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
Cin As. HOssison, Es., Eastn,- Md.Ain a
letter to Dr. Jackson, Jan. 9, 1850, sai
"My wi1,faul myself have rceve * beA
efit fromt your'miedicine thlin An ci oth~i ha-o
ever taken for the Dyspepuia and Liter diease
"Tux T-ir L.o o,"'publishe'd at Wood
stock, Va., January- 1 850, saId
"A GREAT MEDICINE."
"We have uniformly refrained "from recom
mending to the public any of the various Patent
.3ledicivies of the lay, unless thoroughly- con
vinced of their value. Among those wqconsId.
er worthy of notice is the Ger 'Bis eg , V
vented by Dr. Hoojland, and Prepared Dr
Jar-kson, in Philadelphia. Oie Inuince"' in
particular, in which e suerior thirteifashi,
melieime have been tcsted, lsaa fale1 nner osr
ob.ervation. During the lastsummr , of
Mr. AIRAiAM CRAMiLL, of thIsj r'w
very seriouely afflicted with Liverce
awn after trying in vain variouts aTum1idiee, ha
purchased a botle oftheBitter, and. -fter ia
14 It, Was so much rteieved of his ,di"ssaing
maslay. that he procured another bottle, and~'is
restored entirely to health." r :.
READ FURTHER A FEW FACTE.
Junar. 31. M.-NoAns, agetlimas 4th ga
eintific, and literary: auainnmene,. si.. in .
"Nrw YoaK W zr MzLY aSAxe 1a
ry 6 1850)
" R-. HOOFKAND's 56A
Hiere is a prepartilon wta ledi
In the Union -appear. to
comsocadmng, and the reason a o nso,~~
madnie afiera preokc ln anislsby ~*-.
most celebrated 'hscans ofuaen -
the late DraCh tisophr Wihe!,
Professor to than Univerait J
Physician to thdIi#Einorffrut afdW
tihe atest ruedical'wraiters Gemwubj 1s'7
pro< uced.1 le was-emph~atically the nmo
Aumbug, and thterefure a tnedlicine' ofwlIJo
was the inaventtor and1 ehdorser may be rmi
esnty relied on.. -lie specially recommiended
it in Liver Complaint, Dyspepuia, LDebility
V ertigo, Aci lity of te Stomach, Clpatipa
and a icomp 1aints arisisng from xdu re
condslit ion of' the stomach, the liver an~ ~he b
testinea. Nine Thiiladelphiia pai.i sg
their conviction of its excehtence, andeserVe
of the editors speak of its eflecta frorn'thels or'9
indivi-tai experience. Under these ceirecint
stances, weo feel warranted,' not only in ci~n
the attention of our-re'aderu to the presenxt p
ntotr's (fDr. C. M. dacksoi.st .preaaon,'
uz mi recotmmendling the article to . Uamie -
The "Patl.iADELentia SA-ruaDAY Gswrz
the bet family newspiaper published: d1
lItaited States, ste edltor'asa or-f
h). 1IOOFI.AND'S GER MAN
"It is seldlomt that we recommend what
termed Patenit Mledicines to the confhden'Aeand
pntronuage of our readers; asid, thaerefore ,when
w~e recomend Dr. Jfiolland's Glermuan-hitte
we wish it to be, distinctly urtierstooud that we.
are not speaking of the nosatrus of the day that
are nmoisedi about for a brief period ated tho$ (or
gottent after they have donse their gulydAe
msischief, but of a medicine long es Ishoed
imitversally prized, and which has mu~sh.
hearty approval ofthe Faculty ltsehl.' .~ c
Evideit-e upon evidence hes been req'i~
(like the foreing) from ali se-tionts f theUn
Icun, the las~t three years, and the strOpges~,4
maeny in its faror, is, that there is m'orn 51
cal it the practice of thedrgular Physiefde of
P'hiladliphua thant i otherstostrums Combinesi
a fact t int can eaily~ be establixhed, and g4iy
piroving that a s'cietatific praparation will meet
with ter qtiet approval hen presente y
T1hat this medicineo-will eure Liver Coijipizihit
andi .Dyspepsia, no onie can doubt, after using it
as directed. It acts specifically upoa the stom
aeh andl hver-ii is preferauble to calcenel In aS
ijLious diseases--the effoct is immediatm y
can be aidmtinised to F?.SALeor JNF1A?
with safety and reliable benefit, at any' imz
H EW A RE OF COUNTERPEIT'S
This medicine haa attained'that'hi Ctarao
ter whiich is necessary for all medicines to' at'
hain to induce cotzmterfeisers to puLfortha spu
nious article at the risk of the hives of those who
are innocenti deceived.
LOOK W ?LL TO THlE AIARK80
They havo the written signattare of~ C~
JACK SON upon the wrapper, nd
blown in thnibottle, veiiAoit rAiak t*Myr' pa.
ress. - .
Faor sale wholesale andi retail at the
GEASMAN MEDIC1NE SlTORP
No. 120 A RILf Street, one door belowIsh
(late of 278 llae treet,j Philadtepizei!b
respectable dealers generally tlrhoit the
Also, for salo in Sumiterville b.
July 31st, 1850. 40
I $100 XRWARiD
I will give tho aboive re-j o ioIt
convictionofrry Man CHART.E8da(a espe
ter by trglo,) being hatbowl~ 'rsew
blo Wldte M an, and Twentye~0io~~p~
hsis apprehension art*delvu tX
Said boy was bouzghs rom
ha~s a ivife at Retyptolda -I M)fn
20,000 lbs. Iron Ase~t4
6,000 yds. Osaku~rga,
hal &91Ut !riino sao)3