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From tte Illusated Fatmily Friend.
A $IIOUT r"oRl TlE QUELL.
13Y H. R. OUDMAN, M. D.
Hiurrah! hurrah! fnl- the gr:ay gaUse quill,
Th;;t has; scribbled vince ages mald,
And is working away with a he.ary willh
Despite tihe pens ou g-m11
1Ttat a comnely, sobe'r ti r .--Ih- goose:!
We acktmi'w edge its ,utmaies wn119
We take our re:, <'r its .m"mmae' ---* u-e.
To form the nee'ifu I,-n
'IRS high yduir eapnr It the gray goose
For ;m * th t . old .m ;g e..1, vyour purse- it .:
Aw k yoe u 1m'.rt - ni4i1t
A411I " lemrinm-t lia.b,' o. toe :;iwe," d. not
''hink ti me hienwa innIh your skii
oWere- it n*t for till! gr.y gu .-.4e q.,,!
Senators Iam- i., .'.. rae.. a .d w -,
% Iet Se i(ttl's i eita.te is , mi I, til-.
itf the. .x . ou Ce, y.'ar -w . r --ye-,
A.t.i your I .: -.r. "r tuC -I .y ..v..- gu.b,
Latl.'e' ! fly rmt i . .s :,- ..r'..:"..,.Iy i 1:c
Let thie mn il - .. : ii ".. ., a % -, .
*'ohe t-a'l Will g"-. .. . nef It #,---3coe
Atl.I Its .sc*v 1i1., tile gray ginte . 14 :1Ci.
Let ev'ry rine shows fur th-- gray goose
Tell,'i ho rope its h- mn word
AndI let. 1v--ry ow.- a b-an; --r ti'
'I'1 'lte hb' - : n ti-' iima in . ini
W .'il p - is - t . :." h ... 'ie -.lir b r ,
A vd t .1h.1 i g wi . e'' i ":.;-..,
The1r 114p.-1. it.a; .se <1:! tgr~ -y 0.i hall tir.
In eviry :wr al l'reest!
Tia,, (ana'irasa of Frieaduustaip.
Sweet Frub-Ia,-! : u he enh nii g power,
To cIhee:r the hme?-ri when tranlesb9. lower,
To else t.e eh'lde i iII away,
And cast around a perfect ilay.
'Tin thmz'e, whe0 n l htierig' torn ne smiles,
To gari -+ trum its n;me'eul w les,
Amil %opl liar :vet f"r-"n ,orrowt's snare,
When aark!v hin ;t gathe'rs there.
Then, lovely Fren;dship ! he thy atnile
My imiornig hut, ty evenig wile;
While on tis itutil ball I stray,
To inalke to hits a purer day I
A (Oioast Story.
One day lately an old lady, at
Soutihwick, paid a visit to her neph
ew, whom she had nzt seen for a long
time. He, of course, was extremely
glad to see her, and insisted on her
stopping all night. The house con
5isted of a front and back kitchen up.
on the ground floor, with a corres
ponding number of rooms above.
The nephew and his family slept
above, and to accommodate his aunt,
who had been used to sleep where
there was a fire, the old lady slep
down staa y A . .y
bank kitchen as &2 . .M
there was commui;,:ation by a (door.
The old lady having made up the fire,
and performed her devotions, laid
down to rest. Just as she was about
to fall asleep, the fire then burning
very dull, she was startled by a terri
ble apparition, which etalked across
the floor, v'ery slowly, towards the
fir". i ot being able to see distinctly,
her agitation may be better imagined
than described. Teitor comp'etely
paralyzed her, and, as she described
afterwards, she had not power to
speak. T1hae ghost, however, feeling
the fire very comifortable, lay down
before it; but in doing so, ihis hmnd
parts camne in cuontact with the bed
steadl. Th'le sudden shoek causedi thet
old1 lady to findl her tongue, when she
criedl out, "O) Lord have mercy up.
en me, have mnercy upon woe!" which
she continued to repeat so loud1, that
lier nephew h~eardu her up stairs,
when he camne down andl discov'ered
that the teribh-da.ghost was none other'
than the po'or old Dobbin, who bein.
cold in his stable, hadi~ forced open
the door, and laid himnself down near
the fire ini the old. lady's b.-d-ro~om.
NATIOvALb CI AnLACWInisTIC. --The
New York T1imes translates the fol
kowing portions of' the political cate
ohismn from "Il F ischiett,'' an Ital
ion' paper piublished a;t Turin:
Question.-Who is the lighitest.
man' in- the wold?
Q. Who is the hoaviest?
A. The German.
Q. Who is the most serions?
A. The Englishman.
Q. Who is the most vivacious?
A. The Swiss.
Q. Who is the proudest?
A. The Spaniard.
Q. Who is the most humble?
A.. Thle Russqian.
Q. Who~ is the most enterprising?
A. The Pole.
Q. Who is the laziest?
A. The Tu';rk.
Q-. Who is the widest awake?
A. The American.
Q. Who is the sleepiest?
A. The Hottontot.
Q. Who has all' the virtue. and
vices mixed together?
A. The Italhan.
AN ENITOR TtRNED BAkrEu.
--~.The-Washington Telegraph tearns
that Mr. Gallagher of the Richmond
Republican, is about to open
in Washington, a new bankcing
coneern, to be called The Btnk of
the Union, in one of the Now
marble rooms under the great
Hotel of the Browns, in that
city. It is not Mr. G.'s intention to
mover his connection with the
Vress. bnt haem wi stllreai a
TuE GEOROIA DUUMMtER.-IThre
last prodigy at the North is a boy
drutiumer flom the interior of Geor
gia. This nonder, who, at last ad.
vices, was about to exhibit in Phila.
delphia. is a tuere child, not yet three
years old. is imusical cndowrnente
ore such that we only wonder he has
hot been Barnumiied, and sent (ion as
a companion, with General Thumb,
to Eurol.e. It seems--so the story
goes--that he began his musical ex
hibitions before he was quite a year
oldl; and with such power 3s to coon
found all the neighborhoud. Such
a drumming the good p.eople ,f Ma.
co.n never heard before. They ber
gel that the prodigy might he es
ported fir the benefit of other peo
ple. lie was sent North aecorliTig
ly, only oblige them. 1 [i first ex
hibit ini took place about three month.
since at thie Biroalwiv Tabernacle,
and a4oviished as well as delighted,
a large and appreciatin, an'hence.
It ;.lays every variety of umisic ot
the dirum of which that intri ment is
capable. Ile has visited all the prin
cipal cities of the New England
States. and has experienced the fmls
complete success. His name is Ben
son English, and he ii a nya:ive o
Macon, Ge..rgia. We are aouref
that the talett is anl inlierenvt one
and that he has never hail anv tui
tion whatever. Old and experience(
druumers expressed themselves at
once surprised and delighted.
Charleston j ewe.
Cim.t is NEW Yoiu.-The Nev
York Hlerald says:
'On reviewing the criminal histor'
of this city fur a year or two past
we are astonished at the increase o
crime awil murder that has take:
place withitn that period. Notwith
standing that five or six execution:
have taken place within a compara
tively short time, murder stills stalk;
abroad. The knife of the assasin i
unslicath- d, and l plunged into thi
vitals of his fellow man, to gratif'
premeditated revenge, to nipe out am
imagirary offence, or for the purpos<
of gain. Four men are now unde:
sentence of death in this city, an
several here and in our neighibo hon<
are awaiting trial for that awfu
clime. Rowdyism- the precursoi
of crime and murder- is still rampar
among us, and to add to th<
horrible state of affairs, arson is o
frequent occurrence in this and uthe
parts of the State. There is m,
criree of such t'.t,
being reproved, and none for
ia to be hope~d eiat. the ce
tin of Coneklin, at Utica, oi
Friday last, will have the effect (
lessening this species of' crime.'
Ilow Tio asT S1.tn:i.-1Iuow to ge
to slecp is to many personvs a matte
of high in.portance. Nervous per
sons who are troubiled with wakef'ul
ness anidexcitability, usually have
strong tendi'ency of blood to ti.
brain, with coldl ext remsities. Th<
pressure of the blood 'in the brai,
keepis it in a stimulated or waskefu
state, and the pulsations in the hea'
are often painful. Let suchi rise an.
chafe the bodly ands extremiities witi
a brush or towel, or rubi smnarti
with the l.andsl, to piromote eiteni;
tion, and withdraw the exce.;wi n
amount of blood frnm thet birain, aoi
they will fall asleep, in a fe'
mtomnents. A co.ld lathi, 'ir : ssrong*
bath and ri bbm, g. or ai g' odii run, .,r
rapid wialk int the ope air:d:, or gins
up or down stairs a few tones j
befo're retiring, w ill aid ini equabln~
circulation andi promoting sleep
These rules arc simp;.'e, andi easy
application in castle or cabin,. a:,
minister to the comfort of thtouiimvb
who would freely expiend money fan
an anodyne to prozmote " Naturei
sweet restorer, hlmyl sleep.
INTinIJi-in.tCes IsN ScoTi.AsN.
Thie Rev. Dr. McClelland, late' Pro
fessor in the Refo'rmved . itchi 'lTeo
logical Sevminary, at New Bruntswick
is writing a se'rie's of ver interestini
letters to the Christian Intelligenicer,
from Scotland, in onle of which he
" Scotland srpends in one vear. at
least seventy-five inillionis of dollar5
in g'izzling. With iiess lhans three
millions of' people, t hey exptendl eve,
year doub le the revenus ie of thet
American Governiment -drinak more
than would suipport a hunvdre.l thotus
anid missionlaria, anid mire thanit
would raise lhen whole Golic popuvla
tin from miscry anid degradatiovn
with millions and milliomns to spare.'
SEVERE V[RTUK.-A New-Tork~
Editor tells us that hso recently re
ceived a letter, containing, with a fet
of five-dollars enclosed, an applicatiot
for a love song, to ho made use of bs
the applicant, as his own. The vir
tue of Editor was incorrigily severe
We fancy that we see him now, subs
lime in indignatino, reinclosing th(
five dollars to the sender, and tellin~
him in brief but terrible accents;
'Tempter, this citadel of virtue is im
pregnablol' Let people take (1uo no
tico and never bombard an Edito:
with such small pellets--fftia nol
flvce,if you would make ani imipress
ion on the practised virtues of the
A (ooD IDEA.-The Exchange,
at Antwerp, is to be surmounted by
a cupola of glass and iron, so arrang
ed as to represent a map of the globe.
The lines of latitude and longitude
will be formed by the bars, or sash,
and the glazing will be in colored
glass, representing the different coun
trice. This appears to us a very
clever fancy, an ornament which will
be useful and illustrative. The or
naments and syinhols of ,.1+ time had
their meanings; and now that the
tlinns expressed by theta are otso
lete and discarded, the present gen
eration should invent something new,
and eapressive of contemporaneous
knowledge and mtnlern discoveries.
Blimiat reverence for the old is an ene
mny to progress.
DWit A Western paper says: 'We
know a man who invariably reads
while eating his dinner. The table
is never set unless t hook is placed
hesi'le his plate. When he leaves
the house in the morning he tells his
wife to have Tennyson and tomatoes
fo- dinner, or Shakespeare and
stnotheted chickens; Bacon and pork
and greens; Burton sni hntter beans;
Carlyle and calrs head: the Edin
btiwgh Review and turtle soup, &c.
He is so ardert an admirer of the
'Rvlvstone Doe' that he cannot eat
venison without a copy of Words
worth in his hand.
1'si Orange Wine is a curiosity
introdueed in the New Orleans mar
ket. It is made of the juice of the
wild or sour orange, which abounds
in alinost every plantation of the
F. MY ERS. would reepectfully in.
form the citizens of Sumtnrville and
th- thurroundrling country that he has
Just returned from (harlestnn, and haa made
arrang.mrnts to recsve IlE and SODA WA
PTEl. of every variety, weekly.
lie has on hand, and will continue te receive
thr.iaghout the season. a choice asrortment o.
Wines and Corchal., Confectionarie, Fruit,
&.", all of which ball be di.poed of cheaper
than wax ever offered before an this place.
M -r y 29, 1sso. 30 if
Webb Clark's Hotel,
.UMTElRVILLE], S. C.,
This 10 lots1 m sittuatetd in the rncat
t pleasant part of the tot n. The
'roaprietor will he pleesed to see
Iia triendu and the travelling publ'r: prom
f Iain. to spare no exertions on his part to
r render thorn comfortable. Charges rem
- all Trade
W. 4. BANCROFT,
153 and 255 K'zso-SrassT.
(One door below Wecmwrrth-Street.)
We wouldi again respecfually invite~ the atten
tin o f or friendsi andi cu-somers in the country,
5o our merasive St.ck o.f 1)R' V GOODS, when
they 'i-it our tCity. Atwayc in hand
SOt:TIIElN MA N L'FACTL:R ED,
(Xn-'istin: uf Georgia Plhaines and Kerse.
-Alabama do do.
'nIn n i rig;-d 0,nakergu.
We nl uldiaso part ieutarly iniite attention
Ior l31l'ORTVAiON of SILKS sad DRE~SS
GOO, being one of thi' LARG(EST
TO S N Ti 1 u iat:ERN COU;NTRY.
We are tnho prepa:r'ed to ftrnaish elery article
n theI rrt...di l.sne, viz -Iloimiera, (solve-p,
Lirn-ic. Fumek t'ih.(asimer,., lIweabazines,
.\ees .ier':m'e'. Meut5%-nai-n de. Laines,
linsh.. Jaronovt and Swtae. Mm-limns. Furnitur.
I lImuity . Prants. I iingharrna. Shans I.., Laces, Ed'g
ta. rbhm. rimmgs, &c., , 4c.
gctebe 1, UI. 4..tf
The' .ace-ui c-a se o the Ilradlford
Spr:in= l-'tin ale- laanmtniea will hej.rm u.n
ITeshv e4th oi July with nelre u
ber ofi teachiers and latem pros~ct ti
.n1 ..-ren--d :mmhelr of' l'oupiin. In the
pheriae of l .\1- 1-'t L.t% resigned to azo North
the 11-.r hiwIlie u n~tnm'ously elected Nf we
lI SPt3, .til nylipaintetd blie A. 0. Rtte
Sy utl thark-.-tn:, A--iatant Teacher in
.\,nu* and orainm~enatal literartnra.
L). II. ll.AURIN, Sec'ry.
Plantation for Sales
The subticribe.r oil-era for alea his CO '1"'ON
P1.A' .NTAI N ndjosimng lands of Col. H. U.
lienn rand ii.aunringdon Jnningw lq. Also a
truat of lite Iand. 3 mtlen tromn Sutntervatle,
cota~ung about 11MM) aerss.
lor terms, ikr, appjly to S. Mayrant.
GORlDOJN W. BRADLEY
Atugust I2ib, 1851 4
LATF. Tl ChIM OF DIC:KSON & LATTA
would retsectfully itiformn bi frnends and the
pubble ge*aneraly. that lhe as now ri~cen tng a wo,
rary ofl im-vy angd Fancy Groceri,:s, wlthc he
will vi'l Inow for enwth-Two doors abov~e the
P'lanten.' I lots Il, and immredr.stely oppoelte Jatmes
(sinleni. S. C. Dee. loths, 1850. t
Butter, Lard, Bacon & Corn.
PRtIMlE Monmain hotter, tin small tirkini)
do. d~o. ILeaf Lard, do.
North (arohna farnn
March 2s', 1851' 4 if
Shoes ! Shoes !
IAdes' blick and colored Gaiters.
Kid and Mororro Slip. and 'Fies.
Gent's and Bov's Shoes.
NFEGI10 ShO0ES, &e. &e.
Plantatton Leather, fosatle w 6
Under thte fOfcor of the Sumtter Blanner.
PaD fr Cook and liaker of Cakme, 48. qac
Othris her ,eervic.a. to the citize'ns of
Sunminr andi tjue adinining Districts In the
pre'paration of bridal f'atstas, prfy-suipper!.
&c. tler '.ong experie~nen and ,artice inl
every departmehint of her businen, itstifie
her in ensgneing to give entire satisfaction
to her employers.
She may be fantnd by application at the
Barbor'a Shop in this pl aco.
Through Fare from Charles
ton to New York $20.
THE G REA' MAIL ROUTE FlulUM
CHARLESTON, S. C,
LEAVING.the Wharf at the foot of
Laurens-ait. daily at 0, p. m. after the
arrival of the Southern cara, via WIL.
MING'i ON, and WE1.l)ON, N. C. PE.
''EISIiltt., tIClIMONI), to WASIl
ING TON, llA II'l NOltE, IlliA 1) I.i,
IllA. anti N. YORK.
The public is respectfully informed that
the steamers of this line, froi Charleston
to Wilnington, are in first rate comhition,
and are navigated by well known Kid exle.
rienced comnanders, and the railroads are
in fine order, (the Wiilming~ton and Wel.
don Itoad.having recently been re.tluid with
heavy .1' HAIL) thereby Fc'urinr both
safety and dispatch. A TInoLcn ''ICK.
ET having already been in cperation will
be contiued as a prermanent arrangemient
from Charleston to New York. By this
route travellers may reach New York
on the third day during busines hsurv
On and alter t... first day of July next
lBaggage will be ticketed iroen IIthe point
of departure t"1 Washnigton Csty, under
the charge o, a special Agetl or Ilaggarge
Master. At Washington the sane w.11
be tr:anmierred to the care of ,intslar agents.
who will acctlanylv it to New Yt k, and
like arr tigen.ni's tvill be pursued in re.
Through Tickets to New York catn
-totle h1e had troit- . WINSIDW, Aent
of the Wiintunigtoi :nd italieh It. It.
Cotipany, at the sfiice of the Comuipany,
tiot of ,:.ureus.treet, Charletton. .. C
to wtoiii please apply; and to (h -rieston,
at the Olie of the New Jer,- v Itsilroal
and Trin srtat ii Company, New York.
July 2, 1851 36 tf
Shoes ! Shoes !!
Witolesacle Boot sand Siue
400 Cases of MOOTS and SIIOES. foi
sate 10 per cett. siaaper than can the purchaset
in the s month. pris. by JOHN (CO) 31tiNt;
274 Kinigstreet, Charleston. S. C.. opposite liab
cock's look Store.
$g ? iTEltMIS-Cash, or approsed notes a
gg I twill fit, to na'cure, I'LANTATIO
JR.em ANS. at re iurci prices. J. C.
Chat ile'ton, Oct. 50 tf
Maassn1 ta.-turer uf RueggIcs,
1i I.liT C' .ItitlAt;E., & c.
Otetur c h in. 1ere thatk i to
n , .. ,,, '..ter I istrict
toa, t.-- .-mi ntrsnage hcthi.r
to bestiowedc ands bic jM 1 -i to inform the~m tha
he keep's coinstanttly onr hutand the above artitc
of hiss ssnun mantmcture mind warrant. the sam,
to bes of the best material, wosrkmianship, andsi
the lates.t 'style. iii prices shall 4cmpete u' itl
the tiharlstun prices ,f ana ts dusrilit , n,
comnpari-on; to1 h:-~li iininced, youi will p as,
ecali at hsis C~arriage lfispowitory sin Jlrsoasl 'Street
undter the Townt 11al1 anid examine fsor yo~ur
With, twuenty years experience, andi Liberty'
H1'll 'ie with the country and thme arts it
May 14th, 1851 29 if
The sitb-criber has lterriov edl hi. F'tllNl
TU'lll W A IlitOO3I to 31r. A. J. .i10se.,' news
huilding (uip-statr.) where hte wsill keep con
stantly on hanid, a general assorimenlt of Fur
I ~ nitire. con.ittinlg in part n
lirensing llureuo. liaitn an
.t larlie .Tosp. Sisfa, and Dl
~tn F<.nt Stolsi. Ottnmatis. Wantrrobs. pslait
atnd Stahsganys. Candle standls. thinitg. Tet
andi Work Table.. tentre sdt.; 'urled .%laph
hngh and1 lsw post liesteadsls. 3inhaga:sny dit.
Oie, * ittinsg. Ntirsiuig antd lt<.ekmg Ulhair, o
1-urniittire made and repaired at the shuortes
Platn and Misgany Coffins furnished to or
Tihe subsrhse'r tis posparedi to furnish Blinds
Sash ant lis.or. tat Charleston Pricee.
liew d'ii cssntinume has WOIlhC-411qOP at th
Old stand', whe-'re all urders in his it.. will bes
psunctually attendedi to1.
D)ANL. S. SARGENT.
GIN MAKING, &C.
We are prepared to ownte osrdh-ra tu
any e~ tent t th te above Itne', hssoth ftor tnew
workasnd rep;slrs. Ohur G;ima are not sur
paissd iby any thY tide ini the State, possesmtu
all the adt.ant:tzs of the F~albng hirsest
and Sl sibtg itia, wt hicsh .save's a great deal
in wasy oft r--pa irs. We asos tuse the $teelI
I'late Sws, eit h teeth set ini ant angle t hat
cannot positbl mnjture te tiiet staple,
with an imptjrovtmtent 'is regulate' thle mtoti
aut the ceottons. s str brush .s constrtucteds em a
plain. giving at oncWe, the advantages ol
htghttnese, sirenigth atnd force-ali very
material m' the - ueetful operaston of a
Gtn. Wte wtosti m tvite plattte'rs to cali
at our shop? andl examfinei for themiseh-ers,
whilst wei wutld assure the putbbec g-:cer.
ly, thai~t they lsaillihave tio cause to com.
phlant sit her~ cif sur wo srk tor prucesa.
Wte .re* :aans prepared to-tI,o wofrk it tis
C'ahmt~ hue---Ntr is .. 1sdsteta s. '.";rd.
rob'es ."alis, lit ec. icasei, Sdtandes. 'i':i,10'e
trphiaits. &N t. &~s c. atI short tntt is.e, Ccn
hiber J tei nt..
Ill l'uSt iN & Ilit Y'HEFII
O)p.ates lthe Preslyserian church
'sut tmI i'. A pril 22, 1847 . 26
Improved Cotton Ginse
Thank sni fssr paut favnurs the subiberi wi-h
em to infotrm the psubbic that he still mamsifac
lures t'ottea "ins at his ecstabiishmesnt 1* State
borg, tin thse moat amipvsed and apprsvedt plan,
thitch lie tiiks that the cotton ginned on one
of thos.e gins ot the Iantm irceeme'nt is worth
at acast a quarter of a cent more than the eet
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. lie also man
utartures them on the at simape c'onstnruinrr,
of then finest finih and of the bcest mvaterials ; t
wit, Steel Sauw. and Steel hMatedl Ii'th (Cace
hardened whicht he wseill sell for *I2 per tiaw.
ie aban repairs old gina andi pots di~m in coin
ete order att this shortest notica. Al ri rdes fe's
nswill iso promptly and puncwtalli attendedl
tO- W ILL' AMEL .t8'3.
Stehobrg. Sumater Diet, 0. . A pril 23-, 26 14
Persons having denands. against the Es.
tate of' R. Rtichiarung. Th'e'd. are, c~t ,sd
to present a .e d~ aetd at.' *. -,- i...
debted to rmaks ;tayine t to
C. M.IllCI~itf: ',.
I~6(t8A~ m .
IN CHAILESTON, S. C. fo
C.& E. L. KERI1ISON & 00,
btaac lMroRTrau of )europcan Dry Good.sI t
are happy to inform their friends andi customers, 01
that tiary are now receiviosg by every arrival Ji
from Europe additions to as complete a stock of
MAaple aad 'u ucy Dry Eboods
as has every be-en offered in this market.
GOOD GOODS ARE FUItNsDII AT n
LOW PRICES, It
and those who purchase in their city are invit
ted to esanine their styles. which will he found .
peculiarly adapted to the Southern Trade.
LAI)1ES DRIESS GOODS AND
DO31F.'VTIC FABRICS IN
EVFTY 'ARIETY: OF h
NEGRO CL0Twll-:S, LI.ANKETS AND ti
l'1.ANTATION DRY (O(NDS, A
huIISE-K l'EI'I Ni; A 1TrI(;I.,I'S.
in their line in every variety. together with a
tull stuck of CAShl-ItS, YI'STIN(;S andi.
C.OTlS: also, I.INENS which w ill be found 0
tree front anay nixture of Cotton. -
All articles sold are guarantied to prove as
Terms--Cash or City neceptance. A
C. & E. L. Kl-'IIIIISON & CO., t1
209 North.West Corner i
King & :Market-streets.
September 2, 1851. 45-tf
Boots and Shoes.
SO'TIlRN MADI' l'l.AN
TATION It it ( G A N S
||01'S1: S E lt "I Tr ot-:.'
&c.. WilOI.ESAI.E AND IlETAIL,, NO.
30. EAST BAY, CIIAlt.ES'ON. SO. CA.
The rtutlcriber Agent for the 5il TIl CAR
OL.INA SIHOE I-'ACTOtLY. nt Charleston,
S. C., and the ('lI .AW FACTOI(Y. at Che
raw. S. C.. will odler fur sale in this market by
the lst of Settebnher, a large suppty of South
ern made L'I.ANTATION 1(11W .ANS and
Il:SE I-'I.tV A NTS SIIOI-:S, together with
a general nSs.rttent of BOUTS and S1101-:S,
which will be e4hl.1 at the leest market prices
for goods or a him.i:ar (utlity
t1. A. l'RINGI.E.
Deale in Brogans, hoots and thocs,
No. 30, East Hay.
August, 19, 1851. 4w.
E. B. CREWS,
Auciosacer naad ('Comasaaiiosa
M E IR C I A N T.
NO I)10l'-.'.ll.' leA AbGE,
'1 I A I l.I-',TON. S. C.
Unreserved Sales Elf IlJtY :00011 twice a
week at his Sales lton.m. Liberal aIsances
made on all etnugtnments.
November G, 1651 2 if
DUN N& DURYEA.
No. 238 King street,
SA'-IUE U. . 'N. j
;m.la ouy . 1 L CIIARLESTON, S. C.
May 21st, 1851 30 if
W. A. KENT & MITCHELL,
FAI liON A m ..:
Clothing and Out-Fitting
EST A: H LI SHlMENT,
iMA SONIC 1IALL,
l'utrcht1er.< w i ibi :s :tt ah tuntes a ftul
attd comptjlete 14t . k ~ 4. Genu t'
f AR TICLELS.
:lasafactory I:? Waal.aagosa
Store'. N. YI.
May 1849. 30 ti
MUSIC. M~IUSICA I, lNS4Titl'UENTS,
K.n" ,.tre'et, Sigrn ot t he 1,yre,
r ChalrletOn, S. C.
GAILLARD & SNOWDEN
NO. 0 SO ilTIlIRV Wl.- RF,
CIlA'IMi1't)N. S C.
Marchi 31.t. l'-%5 23 Iy
MYeetiag;-'st., Chaarlestoua, S. C,
Wma Allston Gourdin,
NO. S6, E-AST. AY Y, ClIJAR.l-.sToN, s. C.
I-, prepare~I to ttn'tke libe'ral nuvances
Icea, Cotstoa Corsa, Sntsgr,
3'hnmer, 4 rnaiar fl;e y, &c.
R EFF Rt E NCS-.\'r4 I..,nrdrt. Mtthi
e'.ot'. &~ l' . ;','.r*., .5~ hoI. i , A n-lon zo J.
Whit. , Ch'istoen. 'S (.' anPittIV Walker,
'. Gr I , -- t'il--.17
('ou~ti:I0 r EtM- A~t (ao:l STttETs
Clasrlestto:1, S. C.
T heab~ove -srtabhh.tmentt. has been
throably re nin-. n i,, now open
for the a.emodation of tbe trae.*ling
commutnity and permnnt ho:,rders. TIhis es.
tablish~ment has bee'n linedt up at great etpen,
and fturni-hed thtroug hrtt with etire new fnt
hor'e. and bcrete lwed- than. hotele are usnalhy
ftrnished with. Wi-th the,'e indu-reents. and
an accoammuodait-g d!ispo.ittoo. ont thte part of he
proprieters aned those in theiir et:n;.ly, they hope
to maemn' a l4beral share of patronlage.
I a. W. KING
I G W. KING
nmg directly tot the llot..e will he* in wait.
tng at all timev' at the- I..ot. to convey passen.
gers to the Iidteln to the Iheat.
The Rtank of the Smtt of South CarolIna, vs.
Wmi H. Itaais, I-','or. nf John N. Ihivis.
11aster's Office, lith A'.get, IS5.--I pura-u.
nnrier of tw h-e're.e. n. tic e- it, ereby cive'n to the.
er..li'ors aef .1-..bn, N.- I avI.. dees-d te come
in and pr -ve t.eir .1.hts befot~ri- lme, on or beforeh
the Itt of Janutarv nestI, 'th,:?rwise they ill be
ewcludled the let 1 of the Deccre-e.
S JA M S GR (tAYs Mse in . '
T We are authorised to
nounce T. J. DINKINS, Eeq., a Candidate
r Clerk of the Court, amtlhe ensuin election.
April 16th 1811 26 of
The Friends 'of W.
kWIN announce him a Candidate for he
lice of Ordinary, at the ensuing eleetioe is
Feb. 19th, 1851 17 tf
$ Mgupag. Earoia: You willpleaseaa
>,nce Mir. A 51S A. N ETI.ES a candidate
r Ordinary of Sumter DistrIct at the nest eclec
an and obliga MANY VOTERS.
Jan. 29th, 11451 14 tf
FOR SHE RIFF.
27 The fries a of A. R. Erad
isu, Eiiq.. announ ae him an a candidate for
e oflire of Sheriff at the next election.
March 29th, Wt49, 24td
0-^r-W c are autlaorized to
nnounce MAIlV JIROGDON, Esq. a
andid-ate for the Office of SherifT of Sum
r District, at the next Election.
Q-We are authorized to
renounce Col. .lO N C. RIJA ME, a can
idate for the office of Sheriff, at the enau
The Frieads of Richard
9. BROWN, announce him as a Candi
ate for the Ofic. of .%erifT of Sumter
)istrict at the ensuing Election.
dLr We are anut horized to announce Maj.
OlIN 3Al.LAltil, na a candidate fo
;heritr at the enaauing election.
The f-iends of Willirna
1. COLCLOU(I, Eaq, announce him
a a 'andidate for Sheriff at the next
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
(7" Mr. Editer: You will please annonte
Captaan I'. N. GIlIBONS, a Candidate for
rax-Collector for Salem county, at the ensuing
lertion, and oblige MlanT VOTtraS.
3' Mtssaa. Emi- Tone: P'leas announce
SIr. OlIN F. IIAI.LAIt1).a candidate for Tax
:ollector, at the next election. and oblige
MANY V OT ERS.
Vebruary 5th, 1851 15 if
srWe are authorized to
nnounce.l(IIN W 1)AIGAN. a eandi.
late for Tax Collector, for Claremont
^ounty, at the next Election.
- We are authorized to
Innanner A L.EN A NDEDE WATTS. Esq.
o a C'andidate for T:ax Collector, of Clare.
nont county at the ensuing IMlectinn,
Gt The Friends of Thos.
1.-. I'll. annoance him as a candidate for
the oIce ,f Ta: Collector, for the County of
November6, 1850 $
Jgig We .are autbprize d
to annunc.' Capt. J. W. :' . ' as a can
didate for Tat Collector foir .Nsd County, a'
the nest eleton.
Oct. 16th, 1550 Si if
O'r The Friendsl of .Johne
(. W li1Th'. r..4q. saanounce niim a. a Candlidat.,
for Ta: 'ulect, r of Claremonti county at the.
Tise aubscrlbers have thi day formned a
co-partnetrt.hip :n.a- practice om lI.w.
T. B. FICA.sEl,
Offi'c at Sauterile.
WILL1AM G. KENNEDY,
SIUMTERVELLE. S (1.
Wiall prac tice in the Court. of l.aw, for Sum
ter, Richhand, Kershtaw and LDarlington.
OFFICE AT SUMTERVILLE.
Jan. 1at. 18451 RU If
Sjpring and summer Goods
Th kuwrae t now rIecei'.tng his SPRItNG~
YRTOCK Of G.OtDS, which he of'euu to the
public at reduced prices; eensIsting in pars as
l'lain Eariston Ginghams,
Solid Colors Organde Lawns,
Embroidered " Muslin.,
Wove Thrrad Lnace,
Aphia Lace Capes.
Ssap'rine~ " ilbbon. Trimmed,
Ladies Balloon Sleeves,
"Neerdled worked Co.ar,
" " '-Meoraing;
" Carnation Braid
"Silk Pendants Trimanings,
"Black and * alored Kid GIowee,
Brown and Dirab Linen D~rilla,
Swiss and Mull Muslins,
Linen Camblrick Ilankershiaefs,
Marion Pltaid and Striped 1lesmespaa,
Marlboro " 0
English 1A1ng Cloatha,
Charltesmon s -8 and 4-4 Shirtings,
Granitville 7.8 ated 4-I
lNh-talb Cottont O.snaaburgs,
Spraguets tansy Printa Colee wamrened,
Enaglash - - - -
L.adies Black anad colored Gaisers,
h eal bkan Slippers,
" " "Walking Shoe.,
Gents Black and colored t,'ajtera,
"Fur and Silk hlat,
"s trhorn and Panama Hlats.
"~ Palmetto flata,
" Panmleaf Hata,
;RlOCEIIIES, HARDWAitE AND CRO&-L
t.1Y, &ec. &c,
20 Barrels best Baltimore Fleur,
5 Kegs best Gmoshen Butter,
12i Bate. line English Cheese,
iLI of which he eders loure for cashl or to penetual
T. i. DINKINS.
A pri1 9, I551 1-4 Sg
Embreideredl (iOnaere SI aw:..
.L" Deain, and 4 ashmere Shawls,
sialh a vatriety of ther~ Shawls. ior sal low
TW. 3. FUANMeta
A New S.etIseru ~asterprisee
UscorasAUR MOMS TAt.NT ANxD tUttreTas
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It is a large sheet, magnife.entily printed upon
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whatever else that will interest an intelligent
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