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1 and, anent Cure of al
is which are caused by an im.
earthy condition of the
i OUB SYSTEMIM.
-b asutitftl and convenient ap lication of th, ms.
ou i ts~steof (ALVANI8M an ONETISM, has
unced by distinguishqi ia lans, blth in
the Lptted States, to hoth amest valuable
eceoery of ite A1ge.
STIE'S GALVANIO BELT
h@.iaioat pet foct and certain success in all
n ag the weakened body, giving tone to the
n4 Invigorating the entire system. Also
A A LYSIS and PAl.SY. DVSPF,'P
Dl .I O lallEUMATISil, ACUTE and
S EPIlfE'sY, L.UMIDAOO, DEAF.
IlwOUS TIlEMOllS, PALPITATION OF
ART, APOPLEX i', NEUllAht IA, PAINS
oland CII:ST, I.IVElRCO.ri.AINT. SPINAL
AINT; and CULVATUitE of the Si'INE, 11IP
"T, DISEASES of the KIDNEYVS, DVIFi.
" NERVOUS and PihYSICAL ENEiWY,
LAVOUS DISEASE.S, which complaints arise
b rngemont of the Nervous System.
> " 'IN~ERVOUS COMPL.AINTS, Dr ga and Medi.
smreeas .lade isease, for they weaken Iie vital ener.
I'll prostrated istem I while, under the
t . if~gIng, vitalizing influence of Gal.
ulied by this beautiful and wonderful dis.
,o hani patient and weakened suterer is
ostpformer health, strength, elasticity and vigor.
recpsllarity and excellence of
shrstio'a Galvanic Ouratives,
h fact that they arrest and cure direase by
plq un, in place of the usual mode of diug.
' lia patient, till exhausted Nature
," t l eft tw's.ahole system, equalize the circu
-,"l omd, promoete th secfagens, and nerer do
snfurty under any circumlfanres. Since their
q the.United b ,ates only three years since,
}tj 5igtr61 1 1d condtion., among which
6: um or of ladies, ere peculiarly subject
a Cnplaints, have '
LY, AND PER = T OURED,
o* 0 0o of relief had bee'ngiven up, and every
1 o e ned in vain !
' -use of the GALVANIC BELT,
e of.a person afflicted with that bane of
6PEPSlA '~.ny other Chrnic or Nerv.
tIn 'rdinary - es, stimulants are taken,
beS-i etion on the nerves and muscles of ithe
era orary rclief, but which leave the
S-state. and with injured faculties, after
,: i.: exelted,4i ceased. Now enmpare this
- 'ttefultili n the application of the (IA L.
- 'Take a Dyspeptic sufferer, even in the
m off t attcund aimply tie the Delt
t, ra B yi "t the t3 ettIe Fluid as directed.
ist sensible.perspiration will act on
t'f thie Belt, thereby causing a Gal.
hleh will pass on to the negative, and
. .t In to b~ thp oitive, thus keeping op a con.
. ' iti i i t Itculaion throughout the system.
4,+ tsr'cases of DYSPE'SIA are PFI't.
CUJ . A FEW. DAYS IS AMPI.Y
N TO EADICATE E DISEASE OF
no lubted 0sh.,snter,
;: ' = " rt o nty could be given, sulleont to
etm nalvely proves that
r a Truth is stranger than Fiction,"
flhetugaLisin Bronchit~s and Dyspepuia.
11EV. DR. LANDIS, A CLElIGYMAN
of Naw-Jersey, oaf distinguisheid attainmnents andt exalted
'Smaenvv, New Jersey, July 12. 1949.
Dat. A.10I Cmnsm:-Decar Sir: You'wish toa knnw of
*me, 'at has been the result lan my own case, of the
el tion of TIlE tIALVANIC DIELTi AND NECK
L ICE. My reply is as fullowss:
For about twenty years I had been suimrering lamm
Dyspmepsin. Every year thme symtomraa beciams woirse,
yanor coumld I obtain permaanenst relieof rmm ay course
*of medical treatmenat whateser. Aboaut fmanrreena years
sinc~e, ini cosequence of freqent expsims to thme
wenthier, In thme discharge oaf my pasoral dutlies,
baec~aame subje ct to a severe ChronueI imcheumutismi, wichl
Jr ear a Iter year, cauised me inderccriabhle anaguisha.
Fart her : lan tihe wvinter of '43 iund '4tii, lin caonse
qmaenace. of pareach'iing a great deaIlm nmy own andma
nnamous rather churches ini this region, I was attaickedl
bay time hlronabilis, whieh sooni becaaa sao saverse as
tam realmiro ain immediuate smuspenasioni of any peatoiral
labors.- Myg nsrarsns systema wmas noew therongkAly pros.
trieald, eail as any Iirnnuchitis biecame woirse, som also did
any lhsajpapsm andl ltummatic alliectionr-thusm evincing
- that t'hcan disorders were conanectet wvitha eacha other
thro ugh time imediuna of the Nervnns Systema. an time
whaolo phmuamaopaemin there seeamed to ba'e mam renmedial
Pgenta whlich could reachm anal mecuperatn maiy Nmrvss
*Systemn ; evry tiing that I hail tried for llaia pumrpse lad
comp~leteliy iniiled. At last I was edl lay nay Ia aendas to ex.
nmine youir invsentins, anal (thoug ianth naom very ,,an
4 guin~o hopmes of their etlciency.) I adceerminedi to try time
0t oft the apl.intion oaf time GA LVANIC DiEI.,T ANI)
NaEC:KLACE:, with tie .\AGNETriC Fi.U~iD. This was
to Jusne, 1849. To aMr annsTatsa aiarr, mrn two
maims sir lDvars:rs& miami onna: m :maur inare I was
s:Nnantr TO ns::>:r: air rasrensaLs.-nons, ana at sYr I
smartp osarra:n a :sici.v sarie: en5 acccoutm~0 er ims
RIosctTas; aao sir lia,:-'a.aiei arsrretmnw mam *:N.
Tine::. ca:ssii To Tflinm~s: am,:. Suchl is lime wuondmer
- S fulnuml hiappy iesuilts of time expmerimenit.
I hamve rsecmmnded the hl-~.Ti amimd FI.UID Int many
who lase been llkewism sumfreming from Nemuiulgic alec
tinons. .!hlay have triedt thenm, wmini misrry mstaLTs, I
Spt~it:EY, iN urviar cAse.
a. I an, steer sir, vesy re'spectfually yours,
htOiEltTi Was. I.ANDIS.
- In uised far all comaplainats ngfectinag thme ThIat mar hecad,
ruchi ay Ihraonchitis, inflamnationa air the Tharont, Nervous
sad tick5. iia'eadchie, Diz.inmess oif thme liaeada, Neurslgin In
time Face, ltuzinag or Itoaring inm time I-are, Deanfness,
whimcl is gceeally Nervous, aid that distmessing comn
laintum, onlcld 'i Dolomeux.
Are fomud aof vast service In cases of C'onvulions or F'its,
Siaramic C ompallainits, anal geneiral Nervouis Atlectioans
oaftlie ifeid ail lumper extremitiet~ Also in Pualsy nndl
-l'arasysis, rid all dliseases causeda by a dheficienmcy of power
or Nervous Energy in the limbs or othier organs of time
(Z7 Many humndredi Certificates from all parts of thea
conatry of the fnoat extraordinary churaiicter carn be
gimena, if reilamired.
SNo troublle or lnennv'enience attends time uaso of
f) z'C)IRfTTI'S G.qI.t'.1NIC .1IlT'IeI.RS, andi
thseynnay be worn hay thme miost feeble anad adeliento, witha
perf .t ens anal safety. in messy cases time sensation
nitenading thmeir mate is Alg/aly sileaanat oad agreeable.
They can ho sent to any part of time country.
Thmo (Ilygio Price, Three Dollars.
Them (lvaic~ Ncchilnco, Two Dollars.
Thim Galvargo Tranclets, Oneo Dollar~ Each.
Them Manetic Fluitl, Onto D~ollar.
d'oatcles are acenmaanied by. foil anal plain
d ationPaloj.tihfu pric r may beha
~the nathorizenl Agent. priuas mi
* |. Sewes of qiuterfee amid Woeraimess 1,nitaiene.
- D. .'MORETHAD M. D.
GENERAL AGEN'P FOR TilE UNi'P.D STA4'F.S,
.'132 Brioadway, New Yorke.
ivr f3or eAj "'n &iumtervill, S. C, by I )r. R.
S. MELE , uthorized Agemnt; and by
Draags einorally in South Carolina.
Aug. 28, 1830, 44 owfly
'Th~ subscriber will ent for the ensuing year
tin raanxoiabl~e termsIp residince of the Iate
P.; F. Wylofi, Esq. in tIaehur.-On the pre.
sos agai a comfoertable D W~~fg ITIIons and(
nl l ncesawry liuildinga, it bout Twenty
Acres of Fantfd attachied tif t containing a
coimpleto Ta'snYrdifu aon
Rini~tlrtr; 1st Januatry, 1850. 10 tif
Blanks for Sale at this Office
yD~ Fed4w e .j
Th ing itsno recIvj much
larger, and ro oxtensive Sto6k o PLAN
'T.RS GOODS thanever before of'eret
consisting of, London Dutlll'BLANKETS,
Heav( Drilled Do.; En riish and Georgia
PLA NS; Welsh and 5Anrlcait FLAN
NELS; TWEEDS; Sattinetts; Domestics;
Caps for Servants, etc. etc, etc.
A large assortment of RICH FANCY
GOODS; Silks, Merinos, DeLains, Ging.
huans, Prints, Cloths, Cassimeres, Linens,
Gloves, hosiery, Laces, &c. Also, a great
variety if SHAWLS, Mantillas, Visettes,
Islegant French Ilrocho Shawls and Vi
Most of our Planters Goods -are direct
inportations, and we feel confilnt in saying
that we are able to olT'r greater induce
ments, as to Price and quality of our Goods,
than any house in the City.
W. G. BANCROFT,
253 and 255 King-Street.
Sept. 18 47 3m
Whereas I have this clay taken posscs
sion (as Ordinary of said District) of the
personal property as derelict of John
Hlanks late of Suinterville dee'd; and I
avail myself of this method to notify all
persons indebted to the dec'd to make in
mediate payment to Mr. L. B. IHanks, my
Agent (in this particular;) and those hav
ing lemiands against dec'd will hand them
in duly attested according to law.
W. LEAWIS, o. S. D.
Aug. ?d 180 41 tf
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to execute orders to
any extent in the above line, both for new
workand repairs. Our Gins are not sur
passed by any made in the State, possesing
all the advantages of the Falling Breast
anid Sliding Riips, which saves a great deal
in way of repairs. WVe also use the Steel
Plate Saws, vith teeth set in an angle that e
car-not possibly injure the finest staple, I
with an inmprovinent 'o regulate the motite t,
af tohe cotton; our brush is constructed on a
lan, giving at once, the advantages of
lightness, strength and force-all very e
mnaterial in the successful operation of a n
Gin. We would invite plaiters to call a
at our shop and examine for themselves,
whilst we would assure the public general. 1h
ly, tmt they sliall have no cause to coin
plain either of our work or prices.
CAllINIYJ MAKING. C
We are also prepared to do work in the ,
Cabinet line-such as Bedsteads. Ward
robes Safes, Book cases, Stands, 'T'ables,
Cupboards, &c. &c. at short notice, on
IhUDSON & BlROTllER. e
Opposite the Preslyterian church. '
Suntiterville, A pril 22, 18-17. 20
TEMPERANCE HOUSE, '
S'1IThe undefrsianed would resptect fully
inform the puitic that ie has taken n
the oiuse well known aus the "I'ROX I
KE YX.," formerly kept by Mir. Win. McKnin, u
in the town of Camden where he is prepared to
nerominlate travellers, and hoianers at ren- n
sonable prices. Those who dlesire to feel the
same quiet abroad as at hone, are invited to
give lam a enltl. $
Travellers accommndated for a single night,
and breakfast in time for the ears in the morn- r
ing, at itoderaite charges. .1. It. F. 1OON :,
Feb. 13 185m, 1t' tfl l
'I nm a n:ln, and i deemnothing which re
ales to an, foreigna to my feelinagN.
. YOEI i i U 1 t!hmt 11
1A VltGOtOS JiFE.
Kitjakt( lin out f~ielf-P's'rva1tiona
ONI.V 2 (TN'Is.
H'isIook. .i~ luiblihied. is Cilted n itth ti.e- a
fail iifiniiai,, con the inifirin~ities :ad dtisese,. e
ofC the~ *eeraatve tiren*aie.. It inhtiresses it-elf t
'I', nil wh iinpprehleiit ''r -utt-r urnier ahe dlire *
"etj liecs, of':irly' or proloniged indaiscretion,..i
--s' a I who ~ fI-el ah'.-ihaog i. . -it;-em, ofC s,.de . ,'
inert -. nl aind habit to 'ial ml ni hoi ndiiont
teIiineholy' desj, in~tdeny. t tr. IC. wtould .say
it('a1t tiais iHook.
The thinle, advIire aund inmpr'-viv waning ''
ii tes, wtill pn-venit ye'ar. ofC gii-'ry and, ,.uiler
eriig, andai sane-,*anuall. 'tta.asagi&' of ta-s
l'arenta., by reriain'. ii twitl .en ran innv to p~re
vent the dIestruionli, of1 their ehibliren,. 1
Ieaaer, addt're.,.ed to I0j1. KI ICI~, N. N. W.
"'orne'r of Tilltitt) '& I N 1ON St reels, beitwe'en
"tart a tx,k , iundser enlpeI.j,. per rtu'ria of iaiil. a
of exten-ive nto uiniierrua,.Il pratire spn
s'n.,-'ri'f pratii'nr fa:r naitd ninzr, in the
tren tms,.-ui 4.f ait disea-., of 'a t'ri u no'iatumre.
thar''n. or hta!, pinis inii~ ti had' or tiiane. itier
enirial rhciumim,si si tires, gravetl, diea
nrisime froutm youthilful 'ees's ''r imipurities, of'
the hht'55l. wtiterelby ill con tuiitiiion a OS heru
enaf,'ebled, nre' alt trentedi ntil ,'h auen*ss.a
Ilet who p'leer'- Ihis--If undelr the reare' of Dr. '
ns a phys~,irinn.
9. "l' er',ri mnt a dtiistunie may addt~r.''w tr. a
IC. lhv letter. (1s's-mai.I nint he i-dt ot in.m . "
I'Att'AGtus of 3i1sIItmINt.s. Dilti:.T.
OtNS. Aec., fo'rwamrth-d. het s.iewlia.~n re-initum-t',
antd til Ot -upcne fr'uii i.a5tA(I Ott '-t it. c'
iaoe wtork at tery' lowt rats.
- .------ ------..... , tin
fo'rma the- 'ili zt'ns ''f Sunittertith anid
just reltirnedl from, 4Charle'sitn. iiindII iatumh
arrngementiis to rece.* ive It -' an mogl A W A- " r
'T't:it, (If every vnriety, weelyt.r
Ile. has ona lumand moo till c'onitinue t. ri'.rive
utrouaghouit the seasni alachhice asorimentz~ ofI
Wine's iino I'crnliatls. 4mCnfectiarie. Friit, i
&c'., all oIf whieba] iat be dli5 posed of 'beijs-rr'
than~ twas ever olt"'redt berfore in thisplace'. r
!tlay 1.t., 1850- 3t0 If
The. soubsa'ribe(r hias titemove~d hius FI-'ItNI.
utanitIly ton hianda, a geineral as..mrinwit ofa F~ur
iitumre, conmsisting in pat o(f
Dresintg~. 'liur -, Plihti nwiit l j
ianis. Fotot Ste~s,, O i(,lttomn, Wn rdlrobes'4, pl ain
td Malhogan y, Ciadle sitads, 1inaing'. Tlen
mdu Wo'rk Ta:.bles', 4 ent re. do.; ('iCuld a 31npe
lig h and loe' w pst 1'ldtendsIi. MniaganvHi dol.i
)ilice, Sitting, Nniriing ail Itockthag Ch'aurs of
Fuirituore niado aand repaired at the shortest
Plain and alhogainy C'offinn fiurinished to or
Th'le sub)scriber tes prepae'cl io furnish Ililinds, _
4nsha amid Doors at Chlarh.ston P ri'es'.
Ile il ('niuo his, W~OItK-S I OP~ at theii
)1ld Staail, whe(re' all orders inm his line wtilt be
4unctualily attenuded to.
DiANI.. S. SARG(EN'T.
- ty, Daisease. of r
tntg fron aTisorder
ed Liver or Stomach,
such as Constipation, in
ward Piles, JFullnes, or blood
to the Head, Acidity of the Sto. t
mach, .Nausea;. heartburn,,. Dis
rust for 2Food, Fullness or weigit .in
the 'Stomach, Sour .Eructations
Sinking or Fluttering at the
Pit of the Stomach, Swim
minq of the Head, Ifiied
and difficult Breathing,
fluttering at the Heart,
Sut ocating sensations when in a
Ling Posture, Dimness of
Vis<.n, Dots or Vebs be
fore the Sight, Fever
and dull pain in the
iSkinb andl iles, .Palin
in the Side, lTack, Uhest,
Limbs, 6-e., ,Sudden Flulshes/ I
of Heat, .Burninq in the Flesh,
Constant inagininqgs of Evil, and
ireat .Depression rf iSprits, can be
EFFECTUALLY CURlED BY
Cele bra't etl (u'ca nann 1 itters, t
DR. C. Ml. JACKSON,
(RRiA 'N ME)I!NI RS'IO R E,
to 120 Arci St., Plaladelpila.
Thaeir potrer over the aItore elsesases is not et.
r iked, i/ crutipwlrel, 1ly au ohler treq. ration in the I
niter' Klutes. is the ct:rrs al/esq. tn inany casts
fOer skilful physiciatrrns n initrrl.B
iTthe:s Hiitters nre wor thy the attention of in
alid. 'osinesing great virtues in the rectiflca- (
on of cdisenses of the Liiver tnul lesser glands,
tercising the tnOst tearching pow."ers in weak. n
ets ild alli-etiion of the digestive organs, they h
re, withal. sa fe. certain and ple-nannt. ps
REAl) AND HE CON VtN.EI).
Cuitas. lion:sson, Esqi.. Ensinn. .Mci in a
:tter to 1)r. Jckson, .lan. 9, 1I5, nil
".iy wife and! nyselfhave receivee tnore twit
Gt from your tueditine than now other we ltcve
ver takent for the l)y..rpepsia und hirer discosr."
"'Tiu't TI:-rn I.o toN." jnablished at Wowd
;ock, Vu... Janury 10. l850. said
"A itt 'AI' EI-:ICINE."
"We lave tniformnly refrined frotm recoin
tending to the public nnv of tie variou I'utent t
tedicines of the day, iiless ithorongbly con
inced of their .'alue. Antning those we consid- ,t
r worthy of notice is the Grrmatn liters, in
ented by Dr. lloollnd, and prepared by Dr. td
ackson, in Ptilnilelphia. One in-tane in 0
artientar, in which the sutwrior virtues of this n
tecticine have been tested has fallen under our
bservation. 1haring the inst tnmner, n sin of
Ir. Anttanaat Cn.cnt:.a., of this county, was
cry seriously nflieted with Liver contplaint,
nd after trynig in vain various reinedies, lie a
trchased a bottle of the Ilitters, and after u- 1<
it, was so mnneh relieved of hi distressing ii
utidy, that he procured another bottle, and is
.stor;i etirely to htthtt."
Ii:Al Fltih'll'st A FEW FACTS
.ii m- a . M. No.ce, a gentlenan with great
rientific and literary attninnients, said in il (
Nxw%% YOnK WxxJ .l.aNGR"Itina
y G. 1850.
"Pit. iloo~t.A\1H R (rn,%t.tN ITTERtS.~~
acre is a preparation t hich the leanding prelses
i the Uiontn appear to be naninonts in re
mite anter n prescription~ fu:rntished by 'one of the:
ifitt e.reetd piitel'an o f ::nodeirnu eiin -s,
'ritfesior to the l'iveirslity of .lenac l'rivate i
ie tzreatelt tieical V wi ters. G.einoy tias e!ver
rii-hted. Ile was ein'ht.etiently tht enem-ity ofC
nolog. un tt therefore ac niel-t irine oft Whici] hi
a the inivenetor iinnd etpilitrer inav' , heiconli
tin Ieiver ('ompht.itnI-t. eLjp'pin. t eil ityi
etiet. .\dtfte S~ rtni h. Consi tti ipation. mu
rl all O iptii t u rti-inr from nii p lrd.e:: reo.
it tl icitito ith stm r th e his e l thint- t
'- tis. hiey lo'hleiia ppeir uelt resi
-airt coneicti f icllentt ~ca-tl.eera
ik te ed titito . )ea or'f: it-t- t'll ofr n the Iw
weh e iule e-ri ~ -ii. thn i-ce t heeririnni
i:neets, ui it eelwr.t'ited. nit only .-in-e callig
wi Itt entiono u l.lr s10 pee tpo
Iir.ie-ts(. I. 3ite~. aut ilypi' tre artion.i
tl 'in V e rec ain eig t aic e .to a ll t iit'.
3iRf'. -\'liN( .
e es .iniLy eN -ui iltiN wr pubbse.nh
ud. 11 :, it ..Nl' .1-1 \ iT i-: 'S
Groischiesn Just r eo i vedwha are
rmed tent 3f cieo the -Sotutfh1.enceA n l
f wh-h rit tobAs.etyi n --oo h tw
hcarry aprI 1fth 2'i h ite f
Woolehitihe Wet.antedsrl./ ./
LNCERMN EVERY :*E!
eelker's Cordial an .Car.
Fir the speedy and positive cbre of DIARR.
I(EA, DYSENTERY, CHOLERA MOL.
3US, CHOL.ERA'*INFANTUM, COLIC,
F'LATULENCY, GRIPING PAINS, and
or all, Derangements of the Stomach and
lowele caused by ''eething, Improper Driok,
UT ASIATIC CHOLERA Is as easily
ured and prevented as any other disease of
lie stomach and bowels, provided the proper
neans are used. It presents the same nmor.
rid symptoms as Cholera Morbus, only more
riolent. There is no diference in their pa.
hology, the treatment being the same, Dr.
Celer's Cordial, so justly celebrated for dis.
tases of the stomach and bowels, will, as cer
ale as it is used, cure this disease. As a
'reve tive, it should be used in small quanti.
ies dilly, mixed with water, and on the ap
roach of-the disease, it should be taken in
noderato doses, at regular and ahort Intervals,
mutil every symptomn is removed. Frictions to
ho abdoinma, with external applications to
lie extremitiea,, in the worst stages of the dis
mase, will cure forty-nine of any fifty cases.
'heroe is no need of anything else; and, above
il, beware of Calomel, Purgatives, and other
'alliutives; they will kill inure than they will
ure. The most severe cases of Complaint
ield to the heroic virtues of this remedy like
nagic. The proprietor invites investigation,
nd boldly proclaims that it will speedily cure
II diseases of this character. le can pointto
iving witnesses of its beneficial ef'ects, after
icing pronounced incurable and given up to
lie by their physicians. In all cases of failure
lie money wit! be cheerfully returned.
Read this 'Test inony.
Extract of a letter from the Rev Dr. Earle.]
)nisville, Blncks County, August 25th, 1847,
Dear Sir-1 am now prepared to recom
nend your Cordial from having used it with
necess in 1everil instances, and I am now
rying your I'nacea in a case of protracted
lebility, attended with crtugh, apparently.pro.
ued in the young Lady by her 'outgrowing
for strength,' to use a common phrase.
Yours, respect fully,
ALFR E IARP., M. D.
Extract of a letter from Ebenezer Cook.
New York City, July 20, 1847.
Dr Keeler. Sir. I have used in my fami.
r all of the Cordial which you left with me
ist summor except two bottles which I per
unded acustomer of mine to try, and having
roved very beneficial, he has recommended
to some of his friends who wish to have some
f it, I therefore wish you would send me some
y express. I um satiliied from my own ex.
erience that it is the best medicine for chil
ren rTeethiing and Sunimer Complaints that
t offered to the pubic, and all that is neces.
ary for a recomiendation is to try it.
284 Grand st. cor. of Alley.
This is to certify that I have used Dr. Keel
r's Cordial, ai have found it a valuable tmed
'ine in diarrhwLa, dysentery, and all derange
iunts of the stomach and bowels, caused by
'eething, ni is particularly adapted to all
iseases of those or gnus caused by acid fruits
r the debilitating eihcts of season and cli.
D M'Ai. maso, st. D. Plum st. Phila.
Dr Keeler's Cordial.-We would call the
ttention of our readers to this invaluuble med
itn, which will he found advertised at length
oar columns. As a corrective in cases of
)iarrhwa, a diseaso very prevalent at the pre
cut time, it is highly spoken of by all who
ave used it.
Neal's Saturday Gazette of August 28, 1847.
Dr. Keeler's Cordial and Carminative.
'his article is advortised in another part of
ur pujier, itisirrin'y recommbded by fani
les who have tried it. It is especially useful
mong children, and has efTected hundreds of
uires. The Cordial is niot a quack nostruni,
ot carefully prepared mnedicino, andi perfect
y free from many thing iniurious.-Pennsylva-.
inn i of Sept. I, 1617.
Dr Keeler-Iear Sir. As it is my duty to
sie every hones: manais to piromiote thme happi
ess mof our fellow creatures, I take great lea
nra ini staiting to you the ndvtaziige I receiv
id fromt your valuatmblo Cordial ami Carmimna
ive. I~:ast ntumnm I was aittackedi with Diar.
un, wi ch dlehdiitatedl my system very mumclh;
uir nonzrly thre.e weeks I trie.d mianmy remeies,
mit foumm litl, or no benefvit, whemn mi daugh
-r imformied ime of your Cordial. I bought a
'ittle, nnd hadu nt taitenm but two idoses before
tatined relief. I was entirely recovered
afoiru I used thle whole of it ; andii have re
maineid hearty ever ainice. IIlm.spctfulhy
ours, S. Botnn, D. D.
Prepai~red timd sold, whmolesale antI retail,
'hiinlph.'ia; whiere also Dr. Keeler's ('ough
I AIC I.O . TION, 1,iVlItR timd .SANA
IV hC 'I 1.1.S many ha ob~tained. Ilemiedies
f unisuirpaissed~ elliciemicy, amid which have noi
gidis. No famidy ini town or countiry should
ii withoutt these celebrated med iciners so
dimirnbly aidaptive to meet sutdden emmergen.
!!LIA, for the permanent'mt cnre andl rnmoval
t il isea.ses airisig from asperritiea of the
floud, or hbit of thei bomdy, vim: Chronic
i~cases of thme chest, (outmmptionm, lironcehi
s, ( ttrth, h'leumisy, Scrofuila ini all its formis,
'etter, ':ahil headl, lIlotcheis of the face,
bronmic disases of the Stomach, I.iver amid
ku in, ieineos ertions, whiie swellings,
lip juoit all'ectio, de~ep sitated pinms of thme
onesn, swelliniu of the. joinmts. Ulcers, Syphil
e disorters, .\u1ermeirmd andh all lloreditary
redistirntin. Fe.mies sutlerimig from ob
rmetioti, msalow comiiplexiomn, nervousniess,
*e. wIll tinid the~ P~anicca am ele~gant remodiy
ir theiir remmoval.
For sale by l~r. It. S. Miellett, Sum.
-rvtali; Z. J1. l)el lay, Camden; lilack
-.lFumy, Orangebm rg; liottw right &
. Al, C.,ohenm Ch'la rleston ; amid by
Prn.z.ist utid .\lerchanuits in every towm
rioiughiot thec Statte.
Ile Wi'se in3 Ti e-' FOLLY'
hom ndiiis tire sui'elrinzg from disease from
Iich thoeme is no uhilfienity in bing peCrima
niitly amid spteilddy ri eevedl~'~ pvideud thme
h~lt imeanis h iued. -As every vice has its
vim puishilmimt , so it would seemi every
seazin bu s it, remediy. Thmis is t rit, mmnmd there
nthluing 1m this bio amore cert ain thanm that
A Si l':l Iit'A N Ct IMll'O U NI) is thme most
,u'edly ammd certaini remdy for till diseases of
delienie chariicier, kniownm to thme world.
ilaptedu to etvry tge of thme ilihasa, se timd
u'situitionim, iat till times andmi ,seausonst, t here is
feairs of expiosmue, deteimtioni fromi hmusimness
ir restrict iii ini ie; from the certaini nmd
'eedy rehief it gives, it is nmow the mfost popn
r remed~iy of the~ iday. Ten Thmousandit cases
ive~ beeni cmed eil'eetfual mily b~y it diurinmg the
ist year l'repafred bty mn practicnl phtysiciin
10a illited enn riely wt'i th contfidlenco on its
trit ivo powe~'irs ov~er diseonses or 'his chutrnic
Itl :AlIO~ I)N .-msk fotr mm the ttericanm
iimp~oundit andmi purchasme only of time agents
riut I 50!~
For Stile liy P. M. Cohen Charleston,
otitrighti & Miout Columbtin; 'Z. D)e HIay
amdein amid Ity thme principal Drumggist in all
in County tonwnts thmroug~hmout the State:
UBrown, Lec & Co..
Aireinh for the' NAJl q - f S A UDA MA N.
'FItl'T'ItRING COS (lOODS andi Yarns.
:07 Thae ftreida 4of A" it Drad
hum, Espa. anibioe him'-as a oandfdate for
the offiuer fSherif at the nett election.
Marchk-29th, 1649, 24td
O*r-WO are.authorized to
announce 'MALLY BROGDON, Esq. a
Candidate for the Office of Sheriff of Sum
er Distrie't, at the next Election:
-x9We are authorized to
announce Col. JOHN C. RHAME, a can
didate for the office of Sheriff, at the ensu.
The Friellads of .Richard
B. DROWN, announce him as a Candi
date for the Office of Sheriff' of Sumter
District at the ensuing Election.
V 7We are authorized to announce AMaj.
FOHN BALLARD, as a candidate fo
dheriff at the ensuing election.
The 1riends of Williamn
A. COLCLOUGII, Esq., announce him
as a aandidate for Sheriff' at the next
(ITWe are authorized to
announce DANIEL H. RICHBOURG,
a candidate for the office of Clerk at the
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
so-We are authorized to
announce JOHIN W DARGAN, a candi
date for Tax Collector, for Claremont
County, at the next Election.
(- We are authorized to
announce ALEXANDER WATTS, Esq.
as a Candidate for Tax Collector, of Clare
mont county at the ensuing Election,
i The Friends of D.
'3. MlcLAURIN, Esq., announce him as a
Candidate for the Office of Clerk of the
Court of Common Pleas, at the ensuing
Oct 9, 50 tf
ii The Friends of Rev,
FREDERICK tUSI I, announce hint as a
Candidate for the office of Ordinary, at the
Nov. 13th, 1850 3 if
. The Friends of Thos,
.. SMITih, announce him a a candidate for
the office of 'ax Collector, for the County of
Novenmber G, 1850 2
Ms? We are authorized
to announce Capt. J. W. STUCKEY na a can
dictate for 'lax Collector for Salem County, at
the next election.
Oct. 16th, 1850 51 tf
INr The Frienuds oft John
G. WlITE, Esq. announce nin as a Candidate
for Tax Collecte r of Claremont county at the
Fare Reduced to $20 from
Charleston to New-York,
THE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FROM
CHAIIrESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the Wharf at the foot of
Laurens-st. daily at 3, p. m. after the
arrival at the Southern cars, via WVIL-.
MINGTON, and WE LDON, N. C. PE
TJElRSBURG, IlICILMOND, to WVASII
I NGTON, 1lAl/Tl MORE, PIIILA DEL-.
l'II A. and N. Y'ORK.
Trhe public is respectfully informed that
the steamers of this line, from Charleston
to Wihnington, are in first rate condition,
and are navigated by well knoivn and expe
rienced connnaniders, and thme r'ailroads are
in ltn order, thereby securing safety both
and dispatch. A T1IlltOUGH TrICKET'
having already been in operation will lbe
continued on and after the first of Oct.
1it9, as a permaent arrangement from
Charleston to New York. l'assengers
availing themselves thereof, will have the
option either to continue withaout delay
through the route or otherwise. to stop at
any of the intermnediate points, renewing
thteir seats on the line to suitgheir conve
nience. Byi this route trad~llers may
reach New York on the third dlay dttring
btusinesshouitrs. Ilaggage wimll be ticketed
on boardthe Steamer to Weldon, as like
wieon the chantge of cars, at the intermne
diate points from thence to N. York.
Throumgh T1ickets $20 each, can alone be
had from ls, WINSLJOW, Agent of the
Wilmington and Raleigh R. RI. Company,
at the otlice of the Company foot, of Laui
rens-Rtreet, to whom please apply. For
other information inquire of
I.. C. DUNCAN,
A t the A merican I Iotel, Charleston S. C.
May 9 05S ly
Att E INVITED TO CAI.. AT
('orner :"f Mieling and Mtarkel Nt~reets,
NEARl THET (HAt.E.sTON tnOTE,.
Fine Linen and Muslin Shirts, made in
the latest I'ashionm, atnd of the hest Maieri
al,, superior workma nship, andl
WV. A. D)ANKIN is the original inven
tor of the systemn of cutting Shirts by
D)ANNI N'S PATTER N has receired
the tnnqttu aied commuendlations of genttle
imen itt all parts of th Ut nited States, and
beett pmar-mnced perfect.
IiThe supernority of'DanPkin's Pattern over
all thte late imijftaions of it, is utniversally
acknowedged.-Th'ie yoke is fitted neatly
to the neck and shoulders without se'ams,
and consequecntly does not chtafe or anntoy
(d*eticne n eausures ta
kien aund SlairtM uaade to
01rder at short notice.
A LSO FOlt SA1LiE
Usntiin SumITs AN) DUAwVEns of Cotton
Salk, Cottoit, Woolen and othier desirable
kinds, Dressing Gowns, Russia BelIts,
Suspenders, 1 ialf Hose, Gloves, Cravats
and IIantkorchtiofs, (ready hemnmed.) Stocks
Opera Ties, Canes, Umnbrellast, Soap, Per
ftuiery. And a great variety of other
goods suaitablo for Gentlentent.
irr J'The prices at this Establishment
are moderate and uniform-and the butsi
noes so conducted as to secure the custom
of thtose who once putrchase from us.
Oct. 2, 1A50 49 tf
FREDERICK( C 4AB .]
Would respectfully inform the people of
ceived from his Manufactory in -tie- City
CABINET FURNITURE, ever offered in
of style or workmanship, cannotbe surpasse
Ie also invites those who are about to pt
prices-satisfied that they will he met with
Among his Stock now on B
Marble Top Wash Stands
Mahogany Do. do.
WRITING DESKS in great varijt
195 and 19'
(-'All Furniture safely pack
Jan 9, 1N30.
GEORGE W. MORIGAN,
SIJTEIRVIIE, S. C.
Of ire one door South of A. C. SPAIN's
Sumtervill., Jme a 32--tf
The subscribers have this day formed a
co-partnership in the practice of Law.
T. 11. FRASER,
L. L. FRASER, Ja.
Jan I, 1R50. ly
SCOTT & EWART,
NO. 1, AIERCIIAlNTS' ROW,
(nlunbia:, S. C.
Keep constantly on hand a general assort.
Hardware & Groceries,
lBellows, Vises. Anvils, Ilammers,&c.,
Planes, S.aws, Gala res, Levels, Sq uareP,
'Mill Cranks, Mill Screws, \Vrag Irons,
Mill Spindles, Wingel Gudgeonls, &c.,
1.1[ E, Calcined Plaster. Nails, Hoes,
I'lonugh Maluld. Iron and Steel, Locks,
IIinges, Screws, fliitis,
Vindow 'a stenings, Pruning Shears,
Whale, Sperm anl Linseed Oils,
Varnish, l'aints, 'aint Brushes,
White I .ad, warranted pure, manufac
tured by Wokeritt & Brother, with
a large and well selected stock of Shelf
Ilarware and Cutlerv.
Sugar, Coffee, Molarses, Flour, Spices,
Tens, &c. Any article not answering to
description given w'11 be exchanged, and
all sold at unusually low prices for Cash.
ETcr GOO[)S delivered at Rail Road De
pot free of charge.
Jan 10, 1850. l
Wholesale and Retail.
R. MOR RISON, & CO.
FIRCST STOlRE NORTil OF TIlE MARKET,
Rt. AI. & CO.. have on hand a full and
complete aissiirt nent of C//UNA, f;iA SS
and E A II T'lil-..YIWA li E, toget her with
general assort nent of lIllUTA NIA A ND
I'IA'ITEI) WlA IlI:,(Gilt and Alahogany
Framted l'icr and Toi!et L~ookiing Glasses,
All of their Stock being entirely nee/v,
and selectedl by one of the firm, they flatter
thiemiselves, they will lbe enabled to give
s ttisfactioni, to puiirchasers, both in prices
R1OIIEllTI .MOR RISON.
April 21I, 26 tlj
The suh~eriber hasi ind arrangements for
the mnanutihenure of fri rn Fi-or to Five 'ITiousand
pairs of the, aove ai rne. by then FA L L.. Fo
reference as~ to quahi ty. he' woul respectfully
refr ero he mayvIn bedi-ped.c to purchase
of lhinm, iio iho n h, patronaizedh haim last year.
As to price, Ihe wil :'uariatee themt as low as
can be~ nilunh-d.
Ma)n 2'2 ~2 tf J. 3O0RGAN.
Webb Clark's Hotel,
SUMT17EI RVTLLE, 5S. C.,
T [his I ltel is situated in the most
plesanit pcirt of the ton~ n. The
~sal'rophrie'tor wvill be pleased to see
his frinds and th le travelling public; prom-.
isit to spar. no exertions on his part to
render thenm comifiortable. Charges~ rea
Jan 23 13 tf
A. F, Allen,
l'LAST'ERI ER .\ND1 BRICKLAYER,
I Iaving~ hadii con.-iderable experience in
lie abiov lie of* busintess, respect
futlly' solicits a share of the patron.
airei of the pubbehi~. All lobs etrust
ed to him,, will lbe excnted with neatness
and dlispatch, awli wa rranitedl to give sat is
faction. P'lastering titnished itn superior
.ltune 12 3
Of Everv Des.cripti on from11 the Elemen
tary' $pell'r, to Lat in, and G reek, includ
ing Stationery ofi all kinds, for Sale by
A. .1. & P. AIOSES.
Win, Aliston Gourdin,
NO. 4, E A ST HA.\, CiIA RILESTJON, S.C.
Is preparedl to tmako liberal advances
on Consignments of
Rice, Cotton, Corn, Sngur,
Flo~ur, (Giraian, Hluy, &c.
REFFER iMCtr.-l essra, (GonrEdin, Mattbl$
essen, &. Co., Geort n A. jInpley,.Adi'mo
<WVhite, Chanrleston. N.C..; Trnndy W#kor,
Esq1., Greenville. S. C.
A nril '21 . I.a 243 1y
SumteDistrlet. that hd44aa
>fNew ork the cboicest:,
he Soutlerk market, and. wiJ
rchase, to- call and armine g st
dare tke laitees iplek of I
Mahoa y .pqer
Arm Chairs .
&c. &c. &c.
King Street, Victoria Range,
Charleston,. 4. '..k
cd for Transportation.
t' Af f 2bvetrtisetnents.Y
W, A KENT & MITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
E S '1' A B L I S H ME N T,
No. 268 King-street, corner of "
Wentworth, Charleston, S. C.
Purchasers will find at all times a full
and complete stock of Gent's.
READ Y-A.DE CL OTHING
W. A. KENT. G. H. MIT ;
Manufactory 113 WasuaIn a
Stores N. Y.
May 1849. 30 tf
Trout & DeLange,
COMMISSION V-7E CHANT',;
No. 112, EAST BAY,
Charleston, S. C.
Keep constantly on hand, a large assort
ment of Fresh burnt Stone Lime, Rosen.
dale Cement, Plaster of Paris, New York
Marble LiJme, Philadelphia white do., Gyp.
sum, or Farmers manuring Plaster, Fire
and lrearth Bricks, Plastering Hair, and
Building Materials in general.
ORDERNl left with Afessrs. J. T. SOL.,
OMONS & CO. will meet with prompt
Jan 23 ly
MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUME!Te
Kin6 street, Sign of the Lyre,
GEN'L. COMMISSrON MERCHIANTF
No. 24 Vendue Range, Ch'larleston, 3.
Keeps always oni hand a general Stock of
Grocerica, &c., and disposes of every ds
cription of Produce at private sale.
M. C. MoRDECA!, Esq., and Col. .MErs
GAnsoRN-. Jan 23, tf
WV. C. Dukes & Son,
SOUTII ATIANTIC WH~AUy,
Charkstion, S. C.
Jan 23 'ly
Paul T, Villepigue,
GE~NE RAL COMMISSION ME RCHANT,
Charleston, S. C.
Jan 23 . l
IMPROVED ENDLESS CHAIN
All Personis wvishing the above Elevators.
can be itupplied by the Subscriber, who is
the Agent for the District of SumteBS-',
R. F. LIGON;
Sumterville, Oct. 21st 1849. 1 l1
20,000 lbs, Iron Assorted
5,000 -yda. onaburga,
5,000 yds. Brown shirting andl sheeting,
5,000 ydu. Blue D~omestio and Tickings,
S half barrel,, No. I, Mackerel.
Fresh boda, Wine antd Imon (rackers and
a ks suIpply of all kinds of Goode just we
erived, and for sale, by
Felb 7. A. 3J. & P MOSES.
The underwagniedlhaving ltsoRm
below~ Wm. ivebb's New~ 'ark
respectfully solicit the patonage he
vored by his. friend. and th,- r-nen
g enerally), being satisfied that he emae
date them with any article- mn hii hoe ofi
ness, consisting of - large a nd wegl 21 tl
. S. MEILF-"T.
1000 Feet 4 inch Copper riveted G"
Oil Floor Cloth, India Rubber Cloth,
Brussels. Carpeting, together with a ful
assoertment o1 Carriage Tlrimmings, Oi'a,
Paints, Vairnish &c. For Sale iby
A. J. & P. MOSES.
A 1Nice assortmntof pl
it grass Lamps. Also, tho Spirit-gass '
For sale by ..
L~. B.. H
Ihand for the ppotbase:9f Negroeit of
either sox. Apply to
Columubia. S. C. Aug. S. 1849.