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..y: iun Ancientl (Fla.) City.
e., li" 'at the request of a subscriber,
gig place to the subjoined piquant
e ljust strictures (which are taken
t'hm . old number of the "Boston
.4 ,').tonching the odious habit of
4,'i.ack-biting"-we do this, be
V01e'we fully coincile with our
n'(Ardin the opinion, that if they are
colisidered in a cain and candi4
spirity,. they may be read with preit,
in almost any conunity-most of
tha*il' bl:,ud that is experienceud
among neighbours, springs from the
mile of Glssip and slandering in se
i - From the Bomton Daily Star.
BA CK BtTING. -MIND YOU'R OWN
BUSINESS.-The itica of venomus
serpents in the wild and untrodden
haunts of the forest, is faimiliar to all
-pnd it carries a species of shrink.
agdarmn at ever venturing where
lucii reptiles abound. But there
are suakes iii the social circl
venomous, as deadly, and as full
loT 'enmity to man, as the revolting
thing tipon which the early curse of
God descended; but who cause notic
of that unwholesome terror and
t.eful aution, which the pjysical
ger will arouse. And yet their
fangs are more to be dreaded, their
pibon is nre subtle and fatal, antid
,hieir slime more offensively, than of
Kly animals -that make their coil in
solitary places. The " back biter,"
the whispering slanderer, strikes not1
his victim by a visible blow but he
kills your good name, inflicts the fa
tat sting upon your character, in se
crct;,y i stealth ; the more fatal that
it is.hid from open view. Such is
the secret slanderer, the snake who
whispers, who revels in the agonies
of his victims, tortured by wounds
from an unknown source. Such
creatures are infinitely more to be
dreaded, than the crawling serpent of
.There is another class of back
iters not less venomous, but whose
path is traced by the misery of those
whom their gabbling tongues have
made wretched. These are your
family gossips; creatures of invete
rate suspicion, and a zeal for insinua
thvg, and hinting, and drawing
strained conclusions so deterinined,
ihat time only adds to its virulence.
They have a bull-dog tenacity of bate;
and when they once get upon the
trail, they never cease until the poor
victim is sacrificed; and then comes
the current of hypocritical synipa.
thies, and regrets " that Miss
should have behaved so"--or " that
'Mr. ---houtd tuin out such a bad
twan." This class of " back biters"
swarm in every circle. They sit at
vour tables, mingle in the family, and
re the ear of all whose wondering
adality finds ready veitt in their
hasty tongues. They are of keen
scent, and snuti up the contamtination
of a thousand individual errors, that
nqyer wet-c committed, except in their
own minds. They are permitted to
go.unchecked, and thtus at-e the ino
ent and unsuspecting? ruinted, friends
entangled, an'eectionate htear-ts severed]
and families made the scene of angerj
find discord. Such is your gossiping
" back biter.''
' There is another class of " back
biter-s" who take their course for the
htewspaprs- and ther-e are edito-s
of the same stampt. 'lThey gener-ally
" pig together." This class must
ieddle with the business of ever-y
prominent man or association-must
blacken a reputation or defame a
good wor-k, not because it is arny of'
their business, or that thcy are underI
any obligation to do this-but, it is
the work of natutal proclivity to
mcddling and " back biting." From
these classes of'" back bitet-s," com&
half thte difficulties of society, and it
would be wvell if the world would set
~out hunting them back to their prmo
per insignificance. Let all men, and
Women, be content to mind theit- own
business and be less anxious to regut
Jato' the concerns of others. Each
one' will then have a plenty to do,
and wiin have no time to attend to
their neighbors. Above all, beware
of' the " back biter." Wh'len he
wispers his lying insinuations in
your ear, turn from himi in disgust:
and while you are careful to guar-d
yourself from him, take cat-e that
youw do not " back bite," also, that
you do muind your own business, ex
*AN OPINION FROM THlE lhENeH.
--The following case is repor-ted in a
lato nuimber of the English Law
,"A t the recent assiae at Lirerpool.
y stabbing ease from Manchester
was hoard before Baron latt, wvho,
ini summing up the jtury, used these
words-"Oneo of the witnesses tells
you that he said to pmisoner, 'If' you
use your knife you' are- a damned
coward,' 'I say also,' continued the
learned judge, appar-ently in deep
thought, 'that he was a damned
coward, and any man is a damned
coward, who wil use a knife.' "
.Phis opinion, it is said, has been
expressed boforo, but never fr-om
.A thief surprised int the act of
robbing a bank, was asked vwhat lie
METHODIST EPISCOPAL BooK
CONCERN, SOUTI.-It is proposed in
SOme (ot the Louisiana papers that
the funds which will come into the
possession of the Methodist Church
South, by the recent favorable de
ciion of the suit of the Southern
division of the Church vs. the
Church North, . be used in the
election of an extensive R.kols
Concern at Jackson, La. in the
itumediate vicinity of Centenary
A gentleman was writing note at
a colfee-houso the other day, and
perceiving an impertinent fellow
looking, -over iiimi, as he wrote,
wound up thus: 'I should say iore,
were it iot that an impudent puppy is
looking over ny shoulder.' U1.on
my hoIor, .,ir said the nan, 'I har o
not read a word you have written!'
" I do not wish to say anything
against the individiual in <pestion."
said a very polite gentlemen, " but
I would merely remark, in the Inn
gtiage of the poet, that to him, 'truth
is strange, stranger than fiction.'
My lear," said a iusband to his
affectionate better halr, after a matri
monial sqiabble; " you will never be
permitted to go to lleaven." -'Wi v
not?" "Because Vou will be wante'd
as a torment down below."
&Stne girls, in kissing, purse up
their mouths as they were about to
perfortni on the flagolet. Th'lis is
wrong. Kissing. is a luxury that
should he indulged in with 'appetite,'
and not nibble as if it were 'pizen.'
[Front the Natiunai Intelligencer.]
How TO MAKE TAR.-Messrs.
Editors: Allowt me to draw your at
tention to one of those felicitous dis
coveries which appear to have
escaped the attention of inventors.
In fact, so simple has this proved to
be that any one is suri-rised who
sees it'that lie was not the discoverer.
This situple machitxe is an iron retort
t'or the manui'acturo of tar. The
Inethods lieretofore followed for tIe
manufacture of this material pro
duced an article of inferior quality; a
great quantity of it was lest to tle
manufacturer by the falling in of his
pit, by absorption in the sanl or
earth, or mixture with foreign
substances, such as chips, pine leaves,
&c. The machine is a simple retort,
pouring out with great rapidity a
beautiful clean light-colored tar and
acid, hoth of which are preserved
from dirt or loss by the method of
manufacture; and, although the
principle of destructive distillation; i
still preserved, and nothing of the
wood is left but carbon (pur-e char
coal), the tar- is of a lighter color,
and is cleaner than by the old
method, the charcoal itself being a
superior narticle. Thela invention is
now in successful oper-ation in
North C.ar-olina, andl is the invention
of Dr-. McConnel, of this cit y.-A
Dry Goods for Fall Trade
IN C1IA RL EsTON.
W. (. BlAcno9FT,
253 and 255i Kiyo-STREEKT-.
We woumld ngninm resphectfuliy invite thme attenl
tion of our friendsl nmiid cutiomeirs iii t'-. e'Unmmtry,
to our extensive Stock of 1)11 Y GOODS, wheon
they visit our City. Alwatye in hanzd
5OUT1I ElN MA NC FACTUR ED,
Con-isming of Georgia P'Zline and Keroys.
Alabama doa do.
Pi in nn-t Stripe-d Osantiberg.
llleachledl aitnd Brown Domne-tics
SUPER DUFFIL BLAN mTS--DIRECT
We wouhd also part ieultarly invite attention I
our IMPORTPATlION uf SILKS -mod DiRESS
GOOi)S, i.inmg onme of ithe L.ARGEST'
STOCKS IN TtJF 801'TIlltN COUNTRtY.
We aire talso pre-pared to fnrmishm every article
in ry Gooids Line, viz: Iiosiers, Golves,
Linen.tFlnnel, Cloths.(C-imer, tHom bu zinmes.
A tpacea~s, 3Ie-r.~ee, 31umse-iam in de Lainecs,
Phmiid, Jaconeis and Swiss Mltmins. Fuiriiure
Dinmity, P'riumis. (int:nn. Shmawmi, Lacesm, Edg
September 23, 1?451. .4s..tf
if RECElVED) Ordeor, from WV.H..
I Rciihardson, Chazirmasn of thei WVestert,
1toard oif Conunmisimotners of Iloadis for
Cla rendioen Cuntiy, damted 26m h Setembter
last, to ise warrnOt to J.- I I. l'res.'ott, Csi..
ins Overe er on ihe Vancmte's Ferry Ii)n-t,
to take ithe hatnds bieloniginig to I hali J i *-.
dict ion and work uponm saij iRoi.! t wet e
coniseculive dasys acc-ording to latw, amt tie e
expirattion of tihe tweave dhmys work, if the
Road should lot then be in. a pea-mble, or.
saf~e condicition, upon infoi.rtnatiotn from said
overseer to that el'ect, te give ptubbie notice
of thme samem Th'is day I received mnto.-ma.
lion from Mir. Proscott. over seer ot the said
Va'siO Ferry Roiad, ihat lie hadm~ igreeuble
tm Lihe ab ve mst ruction worked upon said
Roadmt twelive daysV with aill thme hmandus be
lon.mginig to that JuI]rimobeion, anil he cmin
siders time Bridige to tbe entirey unmsafie, (ams
time atmenmm~t is ent irelty rottem,) even for ni
sing~itle orsie to pas over.
Th'Ierefore time publmic are warmned fromt
paissinig over the Vance's Ferry emban;mtk.
montt anid Blridgze, both in~ person andu pro. .
perty of any kimmd, as it is reported to be
By ordier of time Chimaoii.
I. B. BROGIE:N, C'Vk Comn. R. t
Nov. 2.1, 18&1. 6-3m.
I have appointed Mr. Samuel- E. Wilson my
Agent to i-ttle uip til the mattters of thme t--stat
cif Cot. Ste-phmen Lacoste,. tame of thin Distriet.
AN~NA E. ILACuSIE.
Alt person. hmaving dematnds against mihe E. -
tate of Ste then Lacoste wilt presentc them duly
mttested. 'hose inadebtedi will make immedtimato
paymoent to : j. WI ts'jm *g
N~ 7th, 1931 na if
Improved Cotton Gins.
Thankful fur pest fatvour the aubsoriber wish.
ex to hiform the public that he till -naitanuc
lUrs Cotton Gini itt lils ctablishmaent in State.
burg, on the tost itproved and approved plan,
which he thinks that the cotton ginned on one
of those gin.. of the latw inprovaenent is worth
lit Ienit at quarter of a cetnt inure than the cot.
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. lie airo man
ulactures thetn on the mowtiimplk consptruction,
fl thre finest finish and of the best maIteriah ; to
wit, Steel Suawa and Steel Plated ills Came
hardened whilch ho wIll sell for 02 per Saw.
Hie alo repairs old gins und put them in com
pte order tat the sahortenat notic. All orders for
-his will be prompti -and punItually attended
to. V L I El.LISN.
Statecburg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Peb 17, 26--11
Through Fare from Charles
ton to New York $20.
TiE GREAT MAl. tOUTE FIROM
CHAR LESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the Wharf at the foot o
LIaurens-st. daily at 3, p. it. after thc
arrival of the Southern cars, via VIL.
MINGTON, and WiELDON, N. C. 1IE
TERSBURG, ICIIMOND, to WASH.
INGTON, BA ['I MORE, PHILADEL,
PillA. and N. YOltK.
The public is respectfully informed tha
the steatners of tlh~is line, front Ch-arlestot
to Wilminigton, are in first rate condition
I and are navigated by well known and expe
riencl comiatiailnders, and the railroads art
in line order, (the WT'ihinagtoni atnd Wel
dln Road itnviig recently lben re-laid wil
heavy T RAlI,) thereby ectring htl
salety and dispatch. A 'I'inoain TICK
W'T ha1vinag already been n operation wil
be continned as a periatnent arrangeien
i frotn Cha-rleston to New York. lv thi:
route travellers maay reach New' Yorl
on tie thir clay durisg busines.; hours
On and aber the first d:y fit Jily nex'
Bagagre will le ticketed iron tle. poin
of riparture to V laingtII (iy, ttnidr'
Sit echargei! of a siy-rAgen or Bqgg,
.llus/er. A: \\a-hingtonia th9 surn1c mlil
be trantsferred too the care oftsinilar agel.ts
who will accolipaiay it to New York, -.liti
Akc arrangomemnaa will be pitrsued ini re
'iroigh Tici:ts to New Yrrtk cai
alone be had from L. WINSLOW, Aagen
of tie Wiltnington and Italeigh It. It
Company, at tle offiie of tie Contpany
cot of Lanarens-sticot, Charlestoni. S. C
to whon please npp!v: lad to CI rieston
at the Ollice of the New Jers--v R:,ilromi
and Tranlisporti clon Coinpanly, Ne w York.
Jutly 2, 18~1 3 6i
Rail Road Notice.
OFFaC Wit.. & MAN. It. It. Co.,
M arion C. If., Dec. 26, ls%).
TIae Freight Trams on tle \Vlonnt-rIor
and Man11aachester Hinl Road will be'oi rtna
ning aion unaMd after the Ist Janiuary."'
L. J. FL.P.IMNG,
De.. .90th, U1351 Id tf
Wat Itchacia copV.
The inhabitanti of thi villnge re enationei
ngninst trn-ini anzay operative cmiployed by ra
oni tha Wilmin.:o,, & Sltaneter all Itaoad
or delivering any gooidsa hatevear., withota rit
tel ordetirs. eiater from I). Callahani, J. Ilitcl
cock, L. W. Turaer, oir imelf.
A IitED 11. PIT AT1T.
Sumaterville, Janauary 1-1, l%2 13-if
Pars.onas hiavinag adetaaa nds' naginat thae FEs
I ite otf i. Ilatihadsaon. D) -c'd. nre~ raequeste<a
tai presaent thaema dyatstedl, :anda th ose in
deabted to tiaatlce. laiytnea't to
C. Mu. II lClI AltDISON.
Nov'. 1;. I 850. 2 t
The stiltcritbar haas namdea arranga'eaent faa
the. macaaanchture of' faoam lFour to Five lThousama
Icairs of' ate abovet cari ic''lay tha FA1.1.. Fta
re'ference..as tao <itaiaiy, i he wuldta reapecatfaulla
retir persons 'ahoii miay be i,, posediaia to pamehlas:
Iof haimt, tao those~ a hoa patronizedl b'ma Iast yeatr
As ta pice, het will gauaratee thema las low a:
.aan -'2 2 tI J. )0ltGAiN.
Ready MVade Clothing.
Wi ll be rec eateda iat a f.'w days., a vert
f cine Sitoc hoaf It ady Made~t C laahng-a-ronitin'
of it ever urcitela of Gea.i~n tear. cand witl bae
old low, b~y W. J. FRtA NCIS,
Opiiite' F. J1. & Mi. Mosec,' L~awa tiflaee
Se pt. 15, lc-5l. .17...f
R .J A MES )A itt A N raespecatftully aaf
e ru s his rof'es ial uaert ices to thec cit izenis aa
Simntearvillae caad its viciity.
Oflia'a-- the Apthaatry' aahaap faormnerly ocea.
pid by Dr. 11. S. MEa.a.ETrT.
M'larcha 12th, 185I 20) ly
T'he Non h (Ca ralinnc .luatuaal I .i fe Insuaranae
Ctaa ny. esatablie-hed a.ctalhh N 4 .
(11.A l1l.ES l'. Jl()liN SON, Jr., Prena't.
Agenat at Sutert !!!e. S. I .
A pril 2, 1351. 23 ly
Water Proof Boots.
S.Inet re~cived. n lot of'
the abov aaaa OOT01S, Calf Pe'r
ided Pumaltp dla. Genats anid Bouy
Sho::cs of sa riu' l-iaadsu.
Ladiew lcack Silk (Kid I'oxed) Gcaiters,
" " lnnaelledl - do-.
a L.cainig . . do.
Misaes tllack :andl aaliaraed -. do.
l.:aliaes Kidt Hoots--. Se'al Se.v eat liaskinaia
lKid Saewed, lIcn a' il.,kZins, Kida andia M'oroeco
Slips anda 'ia'.
luanse Strerat' Sho.es, &ca., Ac.,
Dec. '2. U'nder oilice of the Binaner
New Fall and Winter Goods.
Tllcheaub ritb'e are nowat rteceaivinag ttanapen
ing their usua;al taipply of lDry I aaads, Iliardwanre
aundil Grace'rie't, the' priers aaf whtiebl n ill tbe aery
maucht rta-edced Itta invitac thetir friendsla andar thae
puballiac atiaeane thetir aaaaaak.
Ready iMade Clothing.
A hitreo stoa'k aaf Jteady Muade ment tad boys
'loathinig, alt very low pric..!.~ IN
De~c. 16th,~ 101 8 tf
00p.Negro Shoes for sale low by
Oct. 1-. WV. J. FR ANUIS.
500 ia Prime Latral; No. I. Mackerul, Sui
g ar Ctai:caad TPi. jusat rceced anal faor urnha
low h. W. 3 FR NCIE.
E NTEHND- Pct trMing to Act of Can
greauo, In-I0' Yfl yer F85, by I -VJI
loutLliltit, 1M. D.. in the (llerk'a Ollice of
lie District Court for tlae Eastern ).strict
another Scientific Wonder!
GREAT CUMRE FOlR
D YSP E P s I A
DR. J. S. HOUMIITON's PIE0PSIN,
TIlH TiRUE lI)I'YJTlV. FLUlID, ORil
Prepared from RENNWP, or ha fourth 1'nomalh
If the Ox, after direnilons of Baron Liehaii, the
reat Physiological Chemist, by J. . l1oUlan.
roN, M. ., Philnalelphia, Pit.
h'Iiia iii at truly wonderfld rertAdy for ludiger.
tion, Dlypepitt. .unnadir!, I.ive*r Complat.
C0onstaa[iputton. tandul Iebilliy, Cining aifter Nat.
lure's n i( inrithol, by Natire'sa on% t Agent, the
v' Ilalf I teasponLfill tf Pepina, inifusaed
in watter, will digeit -r dissolve, Fivce Pounds
uaf R-0st. Beef, in about two hirs, out of the
P"ein is the cief elnemn. fir Great l)igiest.
,ng I riiciple of the Gastric Juice--the i uoivenit
uf the Food, the Purifying, Preserving, at d
Stimiulaing Agent of the Stomacnl aid attes
tines. It i. extracted frona il e Digestive Stuam
tich of the Ox, thus fiorming anl artificial igesa
Iive Fluid. preaisely like the iatratl Gastric
Juice in iti Chainical ptiv.e rs, anid furnishing a
Complete aind Perfect Substitute fur it. By the
ail of this preparation, the pait aad evils of
aidigesti-3n rand Dyspaepia are rem ved. just as
they would be by a lienlithy Stoac-h. It is do.
ing wonder fior D)yspeptics, eoring caises of De.
bility, Einattiatioi. Nervou )ealine, and Dyv.
pepic Caisumpatiall. sipposel to he Oi the verga
o te gre. The Scialific ICidence upon
which it is based, is in th higlhcst degree Curi
ous and Retnarkable.
Baron Liebig in his relelrnted work (in Aiai
tnal Chenistry, ays : " An artificial Digestive
Fluid. aailogons' to the (Gaastric .Juice, aitay be
readily pre prel frim the inuaonam naimbraii of
list stomatol(f tha (al f, in wihieh vatious arti
cles of food, as meat aid eggs, will be sofenaied,
chlaredi and digested.. jiltt in) tile naile antlatalair
as they Would le ina tl! huiaimain s toaniell.'
Dr. Combe, iia hit valuaiilem writings on thr
Piyhilogy of Dig-tijni," observea that " a
dinuintation of the due gnantity of th Gwatric
Juict is a prominrent andl nll-previailing canse of
Dyspepsia;" an. Itli hta'es a iahat " a dialinigniihed
professor of aaedaicine ina Lolot, who wat se
verely niilirted with this coapliint. finding
every thiig else to 1il, had reciurse to tht
Gastric Juict, oh-tied from the staistaina of
living unimnals, which proved completely suc
Profesor Dainglison. of the JefTer-on College
Philadelphia, it his grent work on Ilimn Phay
siolaigy, devoes more t lan fi' iv pages to al ex
amnination if thia suabj:ct. ls experitmnts
wih Dr. eanimont, ian the (;at.t ic Jial e ob
tained froin the living human stomalh, anl
froa aanials, nre well known. *- In cases.
lie saiys, " digestioi ocacurred its perfatlv in the
artificial us in the intural di-esition." '
Dr.Jolm W. Drapier. Prot:Asor of Chemni-try.
in the Miclical College of the University of
New York, in 1is ' Text Bouk of Cheamistry,
page 386, says.: ' It hats been it question w he
ther artiiijai digesion could be perforined--hnt
it is now univerrally ndititd that it may be."
Dr. Cnrlaaater's .tamiaid wo k on Physiology,
which is in the library of every iak n and
s used as a Text liaok int all the Cllegar, is
full of evidence similar to the abve, r
specting the rt i:arkabil Digestive power of Pelt
ail, and the fact thait it uay be readily Fepara.
ted from the ionitneh of thr calf or Ox. and used
for eylprimenl in Artificial Dg.estion, or aR a
reinedy for disean es of thi Stomach, and deli
cient -scretimn of Gastric Juiice.
f;,i? Call oat the Agent 1aiad get a dFecriptive
irtielar, gratis, giving at large ainoannt of bci
entitic Evidlence, siniilar to the aiove, together
with It Report of Reimarkable Curea, front all
parts of the United Statels.
AS A DYSPlEPSIA CURER,
Dr. Iloughtot's Pirast ha produced the
nmost marve loni elleca, in cnritig vases of De
biliLy. Emn-iatioan. Nervoins Dle-line. and Ilyr
peptic Cibumpltion. It is impossiles to give
the deiails of cnvse in the hilits of this adver
tiement; but aithe icated ecertificatea have
beent givenl of miore itan Twoa hlaaandred Remark
ilable Curia, in Phliindelhiia. New Yoirk, anid
llorton ailonte. Thesi-e were nearly all diesperate
c:ases, atnd the culres were not oanly rapidi and~
wondaierful, lat puermaancnt.
It isi a gre-at Nervtus Aaitidote. it nI partieklnr
ly u~seful for tenidenacy ato lilions isaord,-r, L~iver
U.'napliaina, Feve-r anal A guac, and i hv Ev1il lects
of Quinoine, 3lereuary, anda oatheir druga uipoan thi
lDigea'tive Organas, afaer a long siacne.. Al,
for exceha ina entinag, anid thie too rie uase of ar
li-tt iitias. It aloot reconiciles 1fe-alt'.a ith
(LI STi)M.\f'l CO.TIlAINTIs.
The-re is nlo form of Olad Stoach Coampla ints
au lachit daoes nout seeti to reachl ail remoit~ ae at
mei. Na at ter how btad they mny be, it 'i ve.
nstaunt reief ! A sinag!c dose remloves a0 the
mpajlaeasiu aanlsympt<,s; ail it iiatv a need Iii lie
t-reiied for a ilhort timie to aakea thea goaJ
:lli termllantent. Puiriy of iand and Viror
af Rody follow iiat ane. 'It'is pa:trt iinlar exceal
eant itn entes if .nn.aa a, V.isint-. rampasa.
atoenes of the piti f thea Stoach~a. aistresa af:er
rainlg. law. cail I State af tli-he i iaod. I eavinie,
Lont n,.us of Spirits, IDespo t nany, i.maaciataoa.
hWeaikness, tiiideneir to I iienaiin . Sniici h.a .
Dr. llaionghton' ~s/'paain, i- Filda lay aiearly all
hte Iei-:er. in line dlru:;s ! it P'opia'ar 31iir.si
brnhouit ate ilted State,. It is prepasre.l in
ondvaer an iaana Fluid far--and i:1 Pricseripadon
ils fair thea use aaf Playsieiatali.
Priu ate (irenalars fair the use of Phlysiciant,
nay he inaiiied if Dr. Ilintn or his A genits.
Inr cribing lihe whale parocess of ptreparataioni.undai
ivinig the aboltii ti i!ni which alag eiaagg aif
ii niew remteday aire- biaed. A1s it is niot a seret
asmedy, ni iobje, a tio lint! riaiagainast it,
is lay Phlya-iitanas ini itpartabilae iataning and
eguala r practice. Pice. Onea Doallar per battile.
E.-if UJisr ivr. -ruts '- l'very bot tle iif ihe
:eninle PlI PsI N beaa ' h-- writti-n sianua'ire oif
.S. I lot(n-roON, ii. D)., soa~la roplrietiar, Phil
delpliai, Pa. Copy-ri-:ht and Trade SItk tie
Et?7' Sold lay all Druggists ntiJ Deatlers iin
eteber 1,15. -'
Just rece-aiving 11h ;ai heal iad lrowno Shieieinen
nad Shiirtinags ; 1rIlbora' a'tripes ; Phn it iii
ays, Osniuamgs, U'ttin and I.inent ; hiosiery,
tlhtte, icolaoredl iandh laaiid G.love': (a.--si.
acres ; annaeti', itnekr .lieana.. llanneb-;
hiencahedl. brin na anta.1 taine Jeunia-blaie Denaim.,
:c. &c. Fair sal a law lay
Opapouito I. J. & M.. Mosea-s' Lawt Ullice.
Jana. 201, 1i m
WVill bae receivedi in a faw dayst, a choice lii
f Grriaanis ;conaistinga in part O
Olal Govenonen~at Java C ollee.
Pirlime Iiin Collee, (new5 eropi)
Green TI-i. itn Lh. anal 1-2 Lb, eaddlers,
halhi et IhahIimaarei Flouar,
Sugar aif val anas dleecriptionts,
Prime (.ast. ii II.uaer.
Best Itim lore Ilamsan,
Pimn. Lard ;No. I Mauketeal,
N. 0. atnad Caaha .'tolassesi
Whilte Wmetii andai Cider Vianeg-r,
Suilt, Iliar, Soap,. Siatrcht
Pe~ppi-r. Stace, (anler, (iinnamona,
Candaler-..Sperm.t -- diaalmo uand T1al low,
For sala hiow for enshl lay
W. J. Flt.\NCis,
Oppoasitea F. J. & M. Mowea' Law Ollice.
Jan. 20, 1852
A veary achotice lot of Segars of thte foallowlin
2000N Rio Ilaaando,
2000'0 iI Peiadher,
2,t100 Aatmerienn Siegar,.
I'mie ch.c-wingi 'aToaaao,
Maccohuy tad .Saotcht Snuff.
For side low for tash by
W.' J. FRlANCIS,
OapositeF. J. & M. Moses' Law Olice.
3lanks for Sain at thi8 Office
- F. AYERS, would *epectMiy in
form the aizutin nf Spmitsrvllle &nd
thie surrosanding country that he hap
neasat returned front Charleston, and lpa mai
arrangements to receivo.ICE eindSODA WA
TER, of every variety, weekly.
ie is on hand, and -will continue to receive
throughouit the seaison, a choice ai oitmtient o.
Wines and Cordial Cuonfectionariep, Fruit,
&c., all of which voill he disposed of cheajer
than waN ever oiroaed bofire n thiN - place.
Mty 2, 1850. M0 tf
Webb Clark's Hotel,
SUM TEi VILLE, $. C.,
This Ilotel is situated in the most
pasant port of the ton n. The
Proprielor will be pleased to see
his friends and the travelling public; prom
ising to apare no exertions on his part to
render them comifortable. Charges rca
Jan 23 13 tf
The subscriber respectfully iniforsan his
frien a nd rustonlerp, that ie is now recetivinag,
at lhis Old stnid, No. 26 lIAa.-STnzr.r, (up
istairs,) from Engluia, Germnany, France tnd ite
Northseria States, it conpilete an.ortnent of
Ztaplc alb aiunng Drcess oobs,
Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, &c,
nsa pier ('atalogue annexed, whilch lhe is hpreparedl
to sell oa reanasonnil tersas, at W hole-sale only,
to the Cositry Trao. lie re'pcifllv ,olieitn
a ail, I.ing deitrmined to sell a l4w sy taily
llouse in tle City. E. G. JIWN.
Silk andtl Straw Honescts. Hibifbonts, Flowers .m11d
Salk Goosl. lloticry. Glovep, Scarfs, Crsavatai,
Togeliter %with al copislete asortiameti of 3lilliae -
ry Goods, Dres.s and Clont: Trimiigs, c.
G is. 11eh 4ig nnd other Pistola,
P'erensgsiona Capn, Gamtle & Shot Bugs., l'cwer
Knives, Seissors, Razors, G(ent's Tnvelling
Writing ('aes, Work foxes, Fauiey Stationnry,
C oats' Spool Cottusn, Comsimson do., Tapes,
lisuttos. Comsi', Needles, Pins, Brushes', Co.
Sa p, Perfumiery, Iaiks,
A11d a general araiortment of Fancy Articles,
Gold and Silver Watchces, Jewelry,
Marine Timne Pieces, Frenchl Mastel Clocks,
Coitnoin Brass and Wood clocks, &c.
English and Gernnas (;sill, Bird Cnges ndal
Tra ps, and various other articls too nucerus
N.B.-Just retrived frot Pari< the snot
iplendid ansorti-.-nt of (.ill and Gold Jewelry
ese'r offired in this mwarket. E. G. 11.
Oc tober 14, 1851. 50-t-tf.
Valuable Real Estate in the
Town of Sumterville.
The entire lot on which i- siatated the
SU.\T ,ll O I TEI, isiw ocnpied 1-v .\r
Alyers, toriierly by ir. Windlni, Mr.
Dinkms, ancd othfers.. The new buddinags
on te lit nr'-, a la rge convenient two sto.
ry establishltnena jist finaipled anal occnpied
by lay Mr. i-we-rs as a CARIIAG MA
KING ENSTAL.3L liNIEN'', with a liack
:'smsith Inhop attachted ; thi Store occupiaed
by Dr. Alel.eti as ani APOTHECARsY, the
JTI EHOU:-IE ocenpied by M1 r. Fniosm
assaI intY GOODS EST'AIJ.wIySinI NTl
undier the same riof I y anyself. 'Ihe Sia.
bles on the premis s nare new a il afFird
acc'assomolation fr SIXTY IlEAD 01-'
Il0118i.8. Th~e rent ot thse busildlias ex
Ichtssive ofsthes Tlavarns itself (which resats
for three hutndlred dlallairs) is woirtha s'even
h ia dlreds andl tinay dolars. Th'ie whocle wilt
-sa he d ispso chapl faor cashl, oar na tc redit
tot an appsroved purch~aer. Appslynn0 the
-lpreuss to WMa. WEBB3.
Ocet. 28th, 1851 1 tf
Spigand Summer Goods
Th uwribeair in naow raeeivinsg his Sri'ING;
.S'1T)(K or G~OODS, lwhih lhe ilirsto thcs
psulic at redced prics; conssistinag ina pasr as
Plain Esartston G;inghsas,
Solid C'olors. Orgsande L~uan,
Embsroide redl Muastiana,
Wovea~ Thsread Lace,
.Jacet lF iging,
Aliphia l acire Capes,
Su'irline " l" ibbons Trimmsed,
Ladais Hazsllsoon Sleeva',
redledtcu ws osrkead Collars,
" Canastioan Brai
" kiasrigea Triammahsga.,
" ibbon -'s
" 'ilk Pensdacnts T'rimamings,
"Itlack and colored Kid Gloves,
" . ilk P'aracsol.,
llrown asndsa Drab Linenas Drills,
Sn~ is.s assdaMil M u3sli-ne,
lincena Camsbrick 1 lanskerciecfs,
M s arioni Plaid andi Scraped llomesspuns,
M 1arlbsoro ".
En.tghsh~ lonsg Clothas,
0Ctsarlstson 7-8 asal 4-4 Shirinign,
Graaaitville 7-d scaad 4-4
l)e Kaslb Cottons Osaularga',
Xsracgwu- Fanscy Prissn tolors warnteduis,
" Funitusre Prinsta,
Ladies Black anid colored Gbaiters,
Seul Skian Slippers,
Genn llack anad colonsad Gaiiern,
Fusr aand Silk II ans,
"IA5ho5rn ands Panama flats.
" Pcaleaf I sctsa,
GRO(CERIElS, IIARtDWARE AND CROCJN
ERY, &c. &c.
20 hlarrs be'st llaltimoore Flour,
5a Kegs sat G(shean IHutter,
12 Hasxes uin En~glisha Chsae,
IAll of whsich hea olfers low for cashl or to punsctuacl
T. .J. DINK INS.
A pril 91, 13sl 24 if
Pasiry C'ook and H aker of Cakes, 4.c. 4.c
Offers lher servi'es to thae citizens of
Sumiser acdtu ihle adjoinaing Districts isa (lie
p~repartioni of bridal fecasts, pasrty-sujiperet
&c. 11er .oang experiensco andt service ina
every depassrtmns~at of hier buintsai, jusiatifies
11er ins aegaginig to give entiro satisfactiona
to her emoployers.
Shoe amay be fouind by asppliention at the
Barber's Shop ins thsis place.
Sumnterville,,Jans.8th, W51 11 if
Hats and Capst
The aisuscrber will receive in a few days, a
viary fine anorment of Gent's anal Hoy's H ats
anad Capa, which wilt be sold at unusually low
prices at the store of W. J. FR ANCIS,
ppie .I. & M. Mn-s' lAw Ofhisn.
W. J. JACVnD. NATuiNIVI. JAcon:I
NO. 221 KjG 8REE,
(SEVENTH STORE ABOVE MJARtKETRt TEET.)
Importers and Dealers in
Foreigm & Doj eistie, Dry Goods
937' Our customers are ensured Moderate
Rates and a strict tdhcrance to the One Price
IN CHARLESTON, S. C.
c. & E. L. KERIUSON & 00,
DtREcTIAJhPOaTERasOf lti-bheh Dryfi) *ood i
are happy to inform their friends and custoiners,
that they are now ruceiviig by every arriial
from Europe adlitions to as complete a stuck of
Staple and Fauacy Dry Goods
an has every been ofuered in thin market.
GOOD GOODS ARIP FURNIMSiED AT
and those who purchase in their city are in% i
ted to exauine their styles, which will he fiund
pectnliarly adapted to the Southern Trade.
LADIES DRESS GOODS AND
DOMESTIC FABRICS IN
EVETY VARIETY: OF
NEGRO CLOTHES, BLANKETS AND
PLANTATION DRY GOODS, A
HOUSE-K EEPING; A RTICIES,
in their line it every variety. together with a
lull stock t' (ASIIElRS, VlS'I'IN( ansda 4
COTS: o, LINENS whichn ill be found
Iree from any tuixture of Cotton.
All articles sold are gtarantied to prove as
1'erm--Casli or City neceptat:ce.
C. & E. L. KEAtRISON & (O..
2093 Norih-West Corner
- rKing & 3alrket-Ptreets.
Sepitemtber o, 1851. 45-tf
Boots and Shoes.
TTION I t O A N S
1101 "18 EVANT 81101 88.
&c., WHIOLE8ALE AN) Rl1'AIL, NO.
30. EAST [lAY, CIARI.ESTON, 80. CA.
The isbperiber. Age-nt for the SOUTIH CAR
0LINA 6HJOE FACTORIY. at Charleston,
S. C.,and tlhes C lAV FACTOltY, at Che
raw, S. C.. n ill otTer for sale iA this nuarket by
the 1st of Sete mher. a large supply of South
ern metde PLANT'ATION IlitO,,ANS and
HIOUSlE 8l1tAVAN''S SHOES, together with
a general nirortmem of 1101's and ShOES,
which will lie sold ait the lowest market prices
for goods or a simtilar iality.
it. A. PRINGLE,,
Dealt: in lrogans, liuota and ,hies,
No. 30. Euatt Huy.
Augusit, 19, 18.,1. -4m.
E. B. CREWS,
Auctioneer and Conuaission
ME R C II A N T.
NO. 19 VENDUE RANGE,
CLIARILESTON. S. C.
Unreserved Sules f )Ry cOODS twice a
week at his Sales Ilooms. Liberal advanes
made on all coinsignments..
November 6, 1850 t if
DUNN & DURYEA.
WHOLL8ALE AN) RETAIIL
Jo. CHA RLESTON, S. C.
31Ly 21st, 1851 30 ii
W. A. KENT & MITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
ES8T A BL1IlMIEN T,
No. 268 King-street, cornier of.
Wecnt worth, Chiarleston, S. C.K
Puarchansers wvill fital at all timtes a fuill
antd comsplete stock oh' Getnt'..
RL EA ADY-MJ ADE CL 0OTIlING
W. A. KENT. G. Ht. MITCHtELL
ii Mantfactory 1 13 Wasuainagtoan
Stores N. Y- a
May 1849. :30 tf
MUSIC, M~USICAL INSTRUMiENTS,
1King street, Sign of the Lyre,
Cha*rlcston, S. C.
GAILLARD & SNOWDEN
30.6 .SOUTIIIERN Wl[IA F, *
CHAlrLESTON', S. C. I'
BY I.L UTRILD
Yleetinag-St., Chuarteston, S, ..
Sepltmber 16, 1851 47-tf
NO. 56, EAST-HAY, CIIARtLESTON, S. C.
Is prepared to ma~ko liberal advances
on Con.signents of
Rice, Cotton, Corna, Sugar,
Flonri, C'irni, Hay', &c. al
R EF~IENES.--.OISr. Gourdin, Matthl
essen, & Co., Gecorgo A. H~opley, Alon zo .1.
White, Charleston, 8. C..; .1Tandy Walkor,
Esq., Greenville, S. C. ai
April 24, 1851. 26 ly
AlVIERICAN HOTEL, 'f
ConNER OF K'NG AND GEotWGE STREETS
Cluuarleston, S. C. A
The above estaiblishament, han been pr
I1 thoroughly repaired, and in now open m
for the accomodation of the travelling 03
community and rmanent boarders, This es.
tablishment has lon fitted tup at great expense,A
and furnished thsroughsout with entire now furn.
Iturn, and better beds thantt hotels are susu allya
fhrnished with, With these induicemenits, and e
an accommunodating dhisoition on the part of the
proprietors and those in thteir empiloy, thecy hope
to merit a liberal share of patronage.
J. W. KING.a
G. W. KING.
Oct. 30th, 1850 1 tf i
83r The Omnibus 3. C. CA fLHOUN run
nung directly to the House will be in walt
ing at all time. at the Depot. 'i > renvey' p'a'n -
grs to ite 1Ir- til nd i, the ot. . .,
bbnttace T. -1Jqf~I
or Cerk-9f the c( it k UFA
Mvr. Editor: Plnse 4nwgunes
V. iURA NT, a Catd a- fyr:T 3 61 yt
f Salem County, a4 til next Elelp
January BI, li3. 3
,7". Mr. Editor: Ylou.. vill'plense
'muptnil P. 5I. GIIIIIONS. ta 4,iJ da1i
l'mx-ollvet tr for Sulemu county, at the rij'ti'ig
flecten. anId ige S A Ny yo
hr. J)IIN F. BA .jA RIn enndidale foiTdi
ollector, aL tle next elcflmon, slnd .ohlge
Vebrvuary 5th, 1851 15 yr
*r-We are authorized ;to
nnounce.10IIN W DAltGAN, usand)
Inte for Tax Colleetor, for Cliareinoit
ountv, nt the inext Election. .1
(jr W e are authorized to
innounce ALEXA NDI-L WA'Ts, Esq.
is u Cnmdidate for Tax Collectoi, of.Clare&
nout. county at the ensuing Eleritinn,
- The Friends of Thoos
I.. 65TII, announce him as a candidate for
he office of Tax Collector, for tlej County of
Novetmber6, 1850 2
We are authorized
nannnounce 'n 1. W. STUCK EY an aca6s
lidate fur Tn: ector for Salem Conuntyja
he next elceri
(Oct. IGih, 18.J SIi
OT!i Tihe F ricads of Jolan
I I iTE. Esq. nnnoune nim a a Crndldate
ror Tax Collectm r uf Claremont countya -Avhe
Clothing ! Clothing i
25 PEr CENT CaIRAPER THAN CAN B
E. & H. BAPl'M would retwmetfully enll the
:sttentin of the inhnhiltants "f Slimter District
nemi ty to their splendid assortmnehl if
Cluthiig, sucih as
Dress, Sa31ck, anzjd Frock
ivnrrunted all (of the best workmanship and .,
he finerst quality and material; also, Cin
Satini Vests, Cassianerc
nd all other articles connected with a gentle
nana's funibihing departnment. Our motto shall
e t" Fin:il profits and quirk ales." Nle cal
,mtre ll tio-e who patronisse ix they candt
auy the name articles elsewhere at such low
rices. Pleiasc call and wee, and examine for
-um'elves at our New and Fashionable Stori,
qo. 321 ling-st., Charleston, S. C. Alsoa
heir Store in Georgetown, S. C.
Nov. 18, MSI. 4-tf
Ladies' black and colored Gaiters.
Kid umid .lorocco Slips and Ties.
Geut's and Ioy's Shoes.
N1E O l110 S, &c. &c.
Pln 6hwl-at bee-,~fr envTO
W. J. FRANCIS
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