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npQI my lonely hours V
-ime wvings of sleep,
onth o unconscious flowers,
. t lp m ltingprayer,
-ntottnesCeone stealing by,
fd sin and inanhoed flee
6&e e ,at my mother's knee.
'Nature and its print.
Wthe whisporing sea,
.'lhte ,8o0111 lineanent
t" havo been tau ght to be.
-- oa t~ Tirdor, and perhaps
ianiess lies drunk up tears,
amildew in .the lapse
rs book is oven yet
4itll ally_ miother's lessons wriL
Ilgve'been out at eventide,
eneath a moonlght sky of spring,
-t ncarth vas garnished like a bird,
And night. had on her silver wing:
- e.bursting buds and growipg grass,
-Waters leaping to the light,
- ni all that makes the pulses pass
- itlwild fleetness, thronged the night;
Whe all was beauty, the have I,
ithfriends on whom my love is flung,
'_Lmk myrrh on wings of Arahy,
(razed up where evening's lump is
id-when the beauteous spirit there
Flung over all its golden chain,
.nioher's voice came on the air,
1 ike the light. dropping of the rain;
restingon some silver star
he spirit of a bended knee,
*;lave poured a deep and fervent prayer,
That ,ur eternity might be
To risein Heaven like stars at night,
And treal a livitig path of light.
-SPIRIT OF THE PREss. -The N.
.Courier'-gives utterance to the
,pinions .recently advanced in the
xpress, that,-- -
exico is no inmer ale to pre
ve herself intact; and to prevent
...violent rupture of her integrity,
ndthe dissolution and extinguish.
nt of the Republic, the Courier
thinks, it is desirable that mediation
fthe three great powers, the Uni
"d: ;States, England and France,
uqould be brought into requisition.
#Z From the time of Iturbide's se.
cession from the royal cause, a tur
lent faction has Atept possession,
successfully controled the desti
y of the State. To crush, exter
,Tninate, or disarm his power, will re
' qu'ire a mightier effort that, lies
within the strength .of the people.
he executive of Franne doubtless is
' loved less by the promptings of hu
'3 r nAid' or benevolence in making
'i" . " S -b rei t B ritain and the
t theFrench West Indies.
L s Napoleon was warm in his re"
.-" ation of the filibusters expedition
against the island of Cuba; and but
pfor the sole reason that Martinique
,.':atid Gaudalupe are contiguous, and
riznight next fall into Yankee hands.
* -Any event that wvould occur or
contingency that might arise involv
.rg Mexico in another war with the
Y'United States, would be fatal to her
ationality. This L'ouis Napoleou
knows; and withi the obhiteration
6. Republic, i /--nght come
nov eats affectihe indepenid
,nce ot Gentral rica, whicl
v-'reither EugI nd no g~'ee could
S6atiently tolera.te. V val~"ue
i~ ndeed,-would many of' t in
Z~da Islands be to Franc ul',
and Spain, were Mexico
.tothe American Union? . >ad
ie.time would intervene b.'lbr
w'lthse Islands, with portions of' (en
iiral America immediately imnpin gin,
on :British IHonduras, would clamoe
for admission into the Federal Union
-wIt is said that even Russia is lendin
'attention to the question of Canadia'
*annexation, and rather demurs to s
c lo'se a contiguity tolthe Yankee Re
spublic on its American fronitiers.
Y e thus see, that three colossa
~ owers have combined, or are abou
to combine with respect to our nai
tionial affairs; and the invitationo
SFrance may be a dissguised ultimn
turn to coerce us into their own mneas
', res, and to, conform to their owi
, x vviews. We have no doubt that th
~.~exclusion of American fisherme1
from the bays and harbors of Nov
lado he owinershi
~obos Islands hav
do with th~e Mex
.atultimately the area of the Unite<
5 tates will be enlarg'ed, we are led t<
declare that any mer 'ge . "'oking ti
the dismemberment oft w~..oub
. le as distasteful to th 'cal
fi6ple as it could possibly be t ' thi
~i~ssian Czar, Louis Napoleon
euen 'Isabel, or Queen Victoria
hae however, as a government
det'er'mine whether we can unque!
1oningly allow European p)owers t,
aiterfere in the political aflers of thi
~Continient ~farthet than such ill
*rvention hias been tolerated and re
~6nized as legitimate hither to.'
o men devote themselves sa
ohsvely to their business, as to al
o$~ntirely noglect their domestii
i ia relations. A gentlema'
oF~e~i~jngailed, was asket
goddto ,do. .1" I an
tlttioi for the present year' ;have
unade their :reportitodhe Secetary- r
'f War, hi which they recommend n
the following among .other reforms: w
'That 62 cadets, two from each 0
State, be authorized, and that the r
term of instruction be extended. to -j
five years; that their pay be inoeeas- i
ed from $24 to $28 20 per month,
the present amount being insufficient. P
with the most rigid economy; that 1
the pay of the. superintendent -be in
creased from: $2,000 to $8,000, ho e
being compelled, for',several years:
past, to. expend $6,000 over his pay
to entertain distinguished visiters;
that the salaries of the oflicers gener,
ally be increased; that a riding hall
be erected for the exercise of cadets
in winter.' $2,000 have already
been appropriated, and $12,000
more are required. That cavalry
exercises be introduced in the studies
of the institution, additional buildings
and stables erected, another officer
of dragoons, stationed there; that the
study of logic be dispensed with, and
that ancient and modern history, ar
my papers, as returns, &c., physiolo
gy, and the evidences of christianity,
be introduced with the increased
SUoAn.-This is another of the
important productions of the Slave
States which requires slave labor for
its cultivation. The acquisition of
Louisiana, Florida and Texas, has
given us a large extent of country
suitable for Sugar, an article that
enters so largely into the comfort
and luxuries of life. The raising of
sugar, requires like rice, rich lands,
which. 'are only found in sufficient
quantity in the vicinity of streams; it
may be cultivated to some extent on
poor land, but does not there become
so profitable. Sugar is produced in
Louisiana and Texas, to which we
may soon add Florida as it yields
In Alabama, Georgia and South
Carolina, the cane is grown and con
siderable sugar made. This, like
the other staple crops of the South,
by increasing the means of the mas
ter, enables him to increase the com
fort of the slave, for in his owner's
lrosperity lie is sure to participate.
Were it not for slave labor, this great
luxury of life would be wanting.
The island of Jamaica, a produc
tive and once prosperous island,
while raising sugar and other tropic
al plants by slave labor has, by the
folly of the British Government, been
doomed to ioveity and destitution,
n ecttlouunev ti~hb
'empification of the folly of man,
the abuse and perversion of heav
blessings.- Camden Journal.
ON JOHN VAN 1* ttEN's RECENT POLITICAL.
T1here was a itan in Gothami tow~n,
W\ ho wa'ts nIot wondrous wvise,
ie jumped into a frce soil bush,
And scratched out both his eyes.
Anid when lhe saw his eyes were out,
W ith all his might anid main
I Ie jumped into- a hunker hush,
An.d scratched them in again.
Executive Department,8,. C,
7 Jurs :t0, 1852.
SU71IIER1AS informantion has beeni r"
I'ceived by this D~epartmnent, thtat a
3 mutrder w*as committed on1 the body of
- Iugh 1Dove, in, Marioni Distric-t, by- 11i G I I
.. CA.\1fll'HCLL, atnd that t he saidJ Campbj~ell
.has either flied or conceals himtself.
t Now, in ordler that thle said Canmphenl
tnay he broughat to trial, l- it knotwLL, that
- , JOHN II. 31b:As, Gove$r ini :and o'vr
f the State of Soutth Ca mj, :n issue iba
. moy 1'roclamat ion, ofliti . .(V ra l
TIWO IIUND)ILEIDO0.LAltS for hf~s
'delivery to the Jail of Mariod~ Dwt riet.
SCampbell is abotut 210 or 35 years r.M
e 5, feet 8 inches high, stout bult, walkU
a quick and steps short ; hats blue eyes, Ro
miant nose, black hair aiid thick lbei rd.
in testiuony whereof, I have signedh tmy
iname and atlixed the seal of the 8tae.
pJOHlN II. MiEANS.
e lBy the Governtor.
- m I'turt~, Secretary of State.
So, Ca~uisa.- S3umter Dist
D). VAU~ilAiN, who .e int the C
*dy of the SherifF ' l' umteir D~g
by virtue of certain Writs - ..
SSatisfaciendum, at the iuit .
31c~ee, hiaving filed in my) oti
1willh a Schedtule on oath, of htis 10
r ell'ects, his petition to the (ourt
tedo t'eas praying that lhe may~ b
te otebenetits of the Acts of ii
raml Assemblhy mtaude for the relief
v-ent debtors. It is ordered th
- Thotmas Mc~ee, and all other
a ors to whom the said C. D). Vi
swise inade&ted, he, and1( ther
s-ummtonied, and have notic
'fore- theo said Court at SumnV
-on the Elighth day of N
showv cause, if anty tl'4 - .~
prayer of the petition yt '~
be granted. e. P
-July 20, 1I52.
Butter; Lard, Bacon ~
l'ilal $1untin hter, (in asah l~n
do. ' do. irnf Lurd, io
North Carolina HaconL
- do. CORN.
March 25. 1851 ?tS.L~T,
(keep thoniin tai
it of tune so road
.ntion, 6 to 7 octa
bhel! Piltmos ;re'
ore, in a Souilt.
and the clitnate ; :
shall be pleased
rill have them delit
so bolero purchhsi
harleston with a fi
EINDS -OF. GOOD
iso in his lhe of burin
be lutnost difigence in
(N) GOOD, (and g
old) he can nmakc it an
uake a bill with him, ci
tetail. Y 1
April 6th, 1852 24-ti
PERRY 1YIO S
At the old stand of A. J. &.- os ,
Offers to his friends and the p llio gene 1 "
i fresh supply of every variety of gdods a
by hiuself, i.: In Dry Good
3-4, 7.8, 4.4, 5.4, up to 12.4 estic,
5 cents a yard up, or less by tli hae it .
Brown Linens at 12 1.2 ecents a yard,
Colored niuslins, and Linen L.ustres
to the dollar.
White Cruep Shawls at $5 00
Baltinore Flour, (warranted good) tt
25 Saci Salt.
Barrels of Lard.
Ol Government Java Cofee in Mats,
Sugars of all kinds, sonie excellent e;ualit ,''1.
G 1-4 cents.
Sperm and Adamantine Candles, les tlu, ;
they can be bought regularly in Charletmb
the box. Alnonds, itaisons, Figs, Curran
Citron, Candy, &c.
in great variety, at very low pries, au a
DL' IES conpetitiun in lnardware, l:C
and Carpenter's Tools.
April 27th, 1852 27-'i
1,000 Bushels of Corn,
1W ANTE) by the subscriber One Thou
sand Bushels of Corn, for which the
highest market price will be paid.
Ft bruary 10, 1%52. 10-tf
Fresh Goshen Batter.
Loaf, Crush, Clarafied and Brown Sig'irs.
let Rio and Java Cotree.
Stirdines, Lobsters, Salmond and Mackeral.
Pickels, P'reserves, &c.
Also Chl E ESE of the DURHAM Brand, thr :
will keep in any climate, and improve w it:l
age, at PERitY M0SES'
.eb. 17th, 1852 17- if
Swedes and English, Broad and tt crow
Bar, Square, Round and Oval li myald
and Boldr Iroth; Cna, (erma9. .ier
Steel. Smtit's .1'thls. Carpettik g'tegle
Buggy Axles an ,ptga, Carrt ''rit.
mings. Hollow are, Cutd.t t ruu hI
Nai.:-, always on hand and for stda--n
by PEIYRR . :MOE .
Feb. 24, 1852 i18t
tween the he
& P . 31081 auton
and muatual cons
All persons imdee Note
or otherwise will pik L L--.
Febiruary 10, I852.
Altof colored Harages, I
Silk Warp Ilareges, att 18e
Sulperfinea qulality enria. lHar
Suiperfinie Silk Tiissue Silks an
ut 25 andl 31 1-4c.
Finue quialiiy illourning Musl
aged, at half price,
Col'd 31nislinis, yard wtide
anda 25 cents.
White Embil'd Swi~s 3lhunlinis, at
31 1-4 rents
(Col Lawns and (Col'd Embl'd Muislins,
Striped ~ine'n lustren at li0 eeni
Sup-erior Silk andti I.inen P'oplins, 31 1-4,
Strong lule Shirzing,,s, Stripes anad Tlicki'ugi
6, 1-1 ceniis, and
A lot of Muslin lazsertin's anid Falginigs,
pirigie, to elose oml, ati
W. J. JAC((i & SoN,
221 King-st., *sppoC- th-- lig liot.
June0 29, 1852. p 6
I hAYE apoiinted - Mr. W. .\i. Greet
Sitny AsMei, to reCtl al nl th mi natters
t hie 1Estaht of Jlohn Mc )onakd, late of thI
Al .L Personas having dleumands again:
th le Eslt tf John Mellonizald., will piresc'i
thtein dly titnested. Tihise indebted wi
maoke intuneidiate piaymen~t to
WV. .\. GREEN, Agentl.
Febrnary 141, 1852, 17-tf
"fUn. C. if. Rtecnauusos, having locate
hiiself at .' "itless' Store, retspetflly~ (1
fesrs his prod weioal services to the cit
icons of Naituter District.
Ju S1th 823
JAUNDICE ISPEPSIA, CHRONIC
OR NERVOUS DEBILiTY, DIS
EASES ' Of THE KIDNEYS,
r:i der Liver or 81o
mach, such as Constipa
tion, Inward Piles, FIness
or Blood to the Head, Acidity q
the Stomach, Nausea, Hieart-burn, Dis
eat for Food, Fullness or Weigltin the.
each, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Flut.
'ng at the pit qf the Stomach Swarim.
mng qf the Head, Hurried andDpi
cult Breathing Fluttering dt the
h:eart, Choin ng or St focating
sensations when en a lying
poasture, Dimness qf
Vision dots or
er spd dull pain in the hIead; Lefficiency
l'ersdiration, Yellowness of the Skin and
a, I ain in the. Side,. Back, Chest. Limbs,
.., Sudden Flushes o1 Heat, Burning In the
shni, Constant lImagining of Evil, and Great
ion of S ,nts, can be effectually cured by
D R. IIOOF.AND'S
CelebIrated German Bitters,
Dr. C. I. Jacksonu
AT TIlE GERlMAN MEDICINE S'ORE,
120 Arch Street, Philade phia.
'rheir power over the above diseases is not
excelled-if equalled-by - any other prepara
ton in the Unitod States, as the cures attest, in
nittny eases, after skilful physicians had failed.
These, Bitters are worthy the attention of
-itynulids. Possessing great virtues in the ratifi
"hp ofiirseases of the Liver and lesser
rand eerisieing the amost searching powers in
-ealtnessand affections of the digestive organs,
hey ar, withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
IEAD AND .BE CONVINCED.
. From the Boston Bee.
The eaditor said, Dec, 22nd
Dr. Koofand's Celebrated German Bitters
for the cure of Liver Complaint, Jaundice,
?Dyspepsmia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, is'de.
vservedily one of the most popular medicines of
the day. 'Thnese Bitter. have been used by thou
sands and a friend at our elbow says he had
hmimself received an effectual and permanent
:care of Liver Complaint from the use of this
remedy. We are convinced that in the use of
these Bitters, the patient constantly gains
trngth and vigor-a fact worthy of great con,
-.idemrtion. They are pleasant in taste and
,smuwi, and can be tsed by persons with the most
deliento stomachs with safety, under any cir
tumamstanCes. We are speaking from experience,
mnd to the afilieted we advise their use.
"Scott's Weekly," one of the best Literary
.'apers published said, August 25- --
I)r. Hoolland's German Bitters, mannfncturid
D)r. Jackson, are now recommended by
L" ,mne of the mest prominent members of the
r mculty as an article of much efficacy in
uses of female weakness. As such is the
lsme, ne would advise all mothers to obtain a
ettle, and thus save themselves much sick
.ess. Persons of debilitated constithtions will
iid th.e Bitters advantageous to their health,
4x we know from experience the salutary effeet
ey have upon weak systems.
.The ' Philadelphia Saturday Gazette,'- the
t famil- newspaper published in the United
' mtest *he editor says of
D1)r.' loolland'a German Bitters..-It is seldom
t aanwe rconmmetd what are termed Patent
l.iclnes, to the confidenae and patronage of
.r rtaders; ad therefore when we recommend
floobL.d' German Bitters, we wish it to
diuistinctly understood that we are not speak
, of the notrums of the day, that are noised
*j.:nt fur a irief period and thenforgotten after
m rhave done their guilty race of mischief,
'?P ef a mediicine lung established, universally
, en.nd a hich has met the. hearty approval
w~vikence vpon.# a. has beeng
= like time fqreg qn m all seetlians of
tiie it,, the lpst threp y, and the strong,
et i ijtnotiy in its favor, is trrlat there is moe
a' t . ". in the praclcaof im : egular Physi
cimymlmtiplPhiladelphiba, th1anm all qther nostrums
can iJid,4 fact thpu ean easily he.established,
and;ully i ioving, that a scientifl-preparation
-wat -et .witti their. quet approval when pre
ses 'e n in this forrq.
a i mhis mnedicine will. cure Liver Complaint
og( ;isim, no one can doubt. after using it
pm ' ed. .t ate specifically upon thos tto
sa I La-r; it Is. refebhi tocaloelijn
uth ongs suues:..ti a 211..-- in imm cdint.
Til ant a ,be: aimmisterety, '.. . or-infan'
writh stfetyl and reijalble hetefit7 any time.
'iNi iedl e:a mu hag attinend that laji c hamuc,
ten ih ti anecess~umu- for all medicines to attain
to indeli. -nnte~rroitei,. to put forth spurniousm
articles4 amttiie riul, 'it the lives of those whlo are
innom'cenity deuir -ii .
ILv.k wrell? iio, nhe mrks of the genuine.
'Tley have t~tae w ritten signatuire of C. Mi.
.IACElt )N ilRon the, wrapmper, andi his nmem
bmlowna iam the b m1.tle, athout wrhich they a spu
For sale Weholesammmle anmd Retail at time
GE RM.\ N .M irh l C iNK N S'T }E,
No. 120 A reh-iitreet, noe.ml h.omr below Sixthm,
Philhadelpin i; anad by reepectable dealers gene
rally thmroughm tihe ciuntry.
To enable nmil chiassem, of inivalidmi to enjoy time
advnitag~,es of time' great restorative- powers
-l~ iWale S 'IS castn.
lEA o for stile by s. MELLE'TT,
Dra interville, M. C.
i;2WiWhlsale for Georgia, South
iid North ( 'uroinas.
IJAVILAND, .ilA LL &CO~
ain anid embroidered
m . at all prices; Linen
.C '. mambic amid Mumslimns,
h i a m greait variety of
oti .'hes Dresses.
11 dilarm and Cutfs,
Ch andlAme Sieevesi
imani R.~-** 1Iibbonus of the
gra vaietyn- of
* of bleach~ed
d andi - '~i.~~ J'tripe laome
r. criiof. 4ac ant Silk Gl ove
e rfriendse to call at their Store,
to be abile to satisfy thmem in
in thei pricem as ina time assort
11. DRUCK Elt & Co.
civinug and open.
will be very
ds and the
nother Sclentific Wonert
OIREAT pIR~ FOR r.
Os. J. S. HOUCHTON'S
-" THE TRUE
OR, GASTRIC JUICE.
Prepred from RRNNET, or the fourth Stomach
of t O, after directions of Baron Liebig, the
great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Houe
TON M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.- - -.,
Tis is a truly wonderful remedy for Indiges
lion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Complaint,.
Constipation, and Dehility, Curing after Na
ture's own method, by Natures's own Agent, the
g3g Half a teaspoonful of Pepsin, infused
in water, will digest or dissolve, Fire Pounds
of Roast Beef, ian about two hours, out of the
Pepsin is the chief element. or Great Digest.
ing P'rinciple of the Gastric Juice-the Solvent
of the Food, the Purifying. Preserving, a: d
Stimulating Agent of the .tomach and intes
tines. It is extracted front the Digestive Stout
ach of the Ox, thus forming an artificial Diges
tive Fluid. precisely like. the natural Gastric
Juice in its Chemical powers, and furnishiig a
Complete and Perfect Substitute for it.. By the
aid of this preparation, the pains and evils of
Indigestion and Dyspepsia are remove I jnst as
they would be by a healthy Stomach.. it is do
ing wonders for Dyspeptics, curing cases of De
bility, Emaciation, Nervous Decline, and Dys
peptic Consumption, supposed to he on the verge
of the grave. The Scientifc Evidence upon
which it is based,. is in the highest degree Curi
SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE !
Baron Liehig in his celebrated work on Ani
mal Chemistry, says : " An artificial Digestive
Fluid, analogous to the Gastric Juice, may be
readily prepared from the mueous membrane of
thestomaoh ofthe.Calf in which various arti.
cles of food, as meat and eggi, ill be' iftiil,
changed and digested, just an the came manner
as they would he in the human tstomach.'.
Dr. Combs, in his valuable writings on the
" Physiology of Digestion," observes that " a
diminution of the due quantity of the Gastric
Juice is a prominent and all-prevailing cause of
Dyspepsia;" and he states :hat "adisunguished
professor ofmedicine in London, who was se
verely afflicted with this complaint, finding
every thing Rise to fail, had recourse to the
Gastric Juice, obtained from the stomachs of
living animals, which proved completely suc
Professor Dunglison, of the JefIerson College
Philadelphia, in his great work on human i'hy
siology. devotes more than fifty pages to an ex
amination of this subject. I ls experinents
with Dr. Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice ob
tained from the living human stomach, and
from animals, are well known. "In cases."
he says, "- digestion occurred'a.iperfectly-in the
artificial as ins the natural digestions."
Dr. John W. Draper, Professor of Chemistry,
in the Medical Colleg of the University of
New York, in his -"ret Book of Chemistry,"
page 386, says,: " It has been a question who
ther artificial digestin could be performed-but
it is now universally admitted that it may be."
Dr. Carpenter's standard work on Physiology
which'is in the library of every physician. and
is used as a Text Book in all the Colleges, is
full of evidence limilar to tho es
specting the remarkable Digestive paep.
i, and the fact that it may be re
ted from the stomach of the calf or 0
-or exerrianests in -A1tifne&1igstie
Set edy for diseases of the Stomach, and deli
cient secretion of Gastric Juice.
V" Call, en the Agent and get a descriptive
Circular, gratis, giving a large amount of Sci.
entific Evidence, similar to the above, together
with Reports of Remarkable Cures, from all
- parts of the United States.
AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER,
Dr. hiouighton's PrersaN has produced the
most nmarvel lous effects, in curing cases of D~e
bility, Emaciation, Nervous Declame, and Dye.
peptic Coansumption. It is impossible to give
the details of cases in the limtits of this adver.
tisementa; but authientiated certificates have
beeni givean of nmore tan TlwolHuntdred itemark
able Cuires, am Pihidelphlia, New York, and
Boston aloane. These were nearly all desperate
cases, andl the cures were not only rapid and
wvonderftul, but peirmaniient.
it is a great Nervoaus Antidote, and particular
ly useful for tendency to Bilious udisorder, Livem
Complaint, Fever and A gue, and lte Evil effects
of Qatinine, Mercury, atd other druags upon the
lDigentive Organs, after ai long sickness. Also
for excess in eating. andm the too free use of ar
denit spiaitn. It abniost reconciles Ilealth wvitI~
OLI) STiOMACH COMPL.AINTS.
There is no form of Old Stomach Complaint,
which it does tnt seemn to reacht and remouve al
one.. No matter how badl thmey iiay be, it givet
in.steant relief! A single dose removes oil te
unpleasant symptoms; and it only needs to be
re iented for a short tiio' to make thesm cookl
cft-rts permanent. P -y of Blood and I ago,
o, flody fo'llow at onera. It is particular excel.
lenr: itt cases of Namusea, Vomuiting, Craimpe
" r ness oif thec pit of the Stoamacht, distresn aftei
a g, low, ,old state of the Blood, lieaviness,
Iivs;nws of Spirits, Despondeitcy, Eumaciationa
',ijness, tenadenc' to Insanity, Suicide, &c.
lDr. Iietughton's Pepsin, is sold by nearly all
thte dentler,. ta fine drusand Popular Mediemes,
throughtout rthe United~ States It i peared ir
Powder and in Fluid formt-a:Td I 19 F'ehcriptio;
vials for the musc of P'hysicians. . .
Private (ircouar, for thte use of Physmtlans,
many be obtained of Dr. Htouighton or his Agents,
desceribting the whole process of preparationt,anmi
givinag the athaoritiet. upon which thte claimas of
this unew renmdy are baned. As it in naot a secret
remedy, no objete tiotn can be raised against its
mice by Phmysiciia in respectabile standling and
1regulma r practice. Price, Oine Doliur per bottle.
1r' Oai:avr. -rnia!-Every bottle of theo
enauine P'EPSIN bears the wvrittena sigature of
J. S. HIovUoiO, M1. D., sole Proprietor, Phil
ndetphita, Pa. Copy-right and Trade se:
t VAiold .hy all i ers int
For ale itn Sutmiterville byv
MRILI.ER & BR1'I'TON.
December 16, l851. 8-ly.
A T L . B . H AN K S',
A lot of cheap Mtuslins anid Ginghams,
Swims sand Book Muslinia. Alpaccas,
Embroidered curtaina Muslin.,
Furniture Ditmities, Fringes,
Chunbra Ginghania, Silk and Linetn Lus
Mohair and Grass Skarts. Corded do.
Chicmisetta & Collar., Mourning Callers,
Ladies white and col'd Kid Gioves and
dies and Misses col'd and bik Gaiters.
les Superior Factory Yarn.
vihg demands 'against the Es.
deceased, willI present them
those indebted will make
.1M Anderson, Esq. Sumterville,
LOUISA SELSt.4, Admu'rx.
ed Mr. Samuel%'. Wilson mny
all the matters of the Fatate
oste, lato of this District.
AN4NA E. LACOSI'E.
g demands agains'T' te .Ea.
, will paesa thei d@
in b e laj ~nnpediate
.. Y 6 TREET -CIARL 8ToX .
littno 15, - ,- ;y84.t
GAI ARi& WHITAKE,'
r m. sd hay Dealers,
.' -~ .7$tate-Sret4 -
I RLE STON) f,-C. -
!. PlY3 AtILLAmD. "DWARDL. WiitTAgXg.
May I 1852.. 3(tf.
J Jacobi &Son,;;
W. NATIIuNIEL: JACOBr
(SEVENTI STORE, ABOVE stARIET.STIE T.)
porters and Dealers in.
Forcds &s Doniestic Dry Goods
. ' r customers are ensured Moderate
Rates and a strict adherance to the One Price
System. - . . .
Jan., .1852. 1-tf
DUNN & DURYEA.l
WIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
Noe 238 King street,
SAMUEL D tNN, CH~ARLESTUlN, 8'C.
JOHN DU6tygA, hRETN
Mlay 21st, 18r5z.
W. A. KENT & MITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
EST A BLIS IMEN 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.
V. A. KENT. ' O. II. MITCHELL
Manutfactory 113 W taslaiugtou
Stores N. Y.
MUSIC, BMUSiCAL INSTRUMENTS,
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C.
SAMUEL C. DUNN,
NO. 20 IJAYNE STREET,
Charleston, S. C.
March 1st. 1852 19-tif
Great Excitement in Charleston.
AT DUNN & DURVEA'S,
238 Bend of King-Slreet.
1 'FB Are now selling onr Stock at re
markably low prices--Neat Linen
Coats as low as 75 cents ; Very neat Linen
and !Marseilles Vests at 75 cents ;: Black
dress Alpacca Coats at $2; Black dress
Pan *2 ; Linen Pants at frotW 1 to $3,
and Froc oats it 88 Our Stocksis
now the most complete in the city, and
will be sold at prices to correspond with
the above, and with our reputation of being
the cheapest and best Clothing Store in
the city-those in want are invited to give
us a call.
Juno 1, 1852. -- 32-If
Dry 'Goods for Fall Trade
IN CHARIEST ON.
W. G. DANOROFT,
253 and 255 KINO-STamET.
(One door belnw WVentworth-.Street.)
We would again respectfully invite the atten
tien o~f our friends and customers in the country,
to our vxtensive Stock of DIIY GOODS, when
they visit our City. Alway aIn hand
Consisting of Georgia Plaines and Kerseys.
Alabama do do.
Plain and Striped Osnahergs.
lBleachted and Brown Donmestic-s
8UPEll DUFFII, JBLANiKETS--DIREC
We woul also prt icularly invite'attentio
our IMIPOILTATI ON of SILKS and DI
GOODS, beIng one of the LAIIG
STPOCKS IN TH E SOUTH ERN COUN'I
We are also prepared to furnish every a
in the Dry (od' s n, viz: llosiers,.
Linens, Flannels, Clothts,Casimers ikma mes
Alpuaccas, Merenoc, Moe d Laine,.
Plaids, Jaconets an ' "1sa Muslins, Furniture
Dimit, Prints, nghams, Shawls, Laces, Edg
ing, Ribbons, T immings, &c., ge.
September 2 , 1851. 48--if
friends nd c-ustomers, t itt Ihe is now~ receivinog,
at hisd stand, No. 26 lIAYNE-STREET, (upj
stalirs,) im England, Germany, Francte and the
NotenStates, a comoplete assortnment of
Ztaple caub fanfIC Dress (Goobs,
Gold and Bilver Watches, Jewelry, &e,
its per Casathgue annexed, which he is proeared
to sell on n-a'onablo terms, ait W1hole-sale only,
to the Counitr T radie. ie respectfully solicits
a call, being ieterined to vtell a. lcov ntt any
S (k n CATALOGUE,
SikadStraw Bonnets. Blibbow., Flower,, and
Silk Goods, Ihosiery, Gloves, Scarfs, Uravais,
Together 'with a complete assortment of 1M alline.
ry.Goods. Dreri, and Cloak'ITrimmnings, &c.
Guns, lIifles, llevolvinig and other Pistols,
Percussion crnps Gamne & Shot Bas 'o-der
Knives,.Scissors, IRazors, Gent's Travelling
Writing 'Cases, Work Boxes, Fancy Stationary,
Coats' Spool Cotton, Conmmon do., T1apes,
Buttont, Combs, Needles, Pins, Brushes, Co.
Soapt,, Pe,'t,, ery, Inks,
And age rIlassortment of Fancy Articles,
Goldl and iWer Watches,.Jewelry, C
Marina Ti uePieces, French M antel Clcks,
Common I ass and Wood Clhcks, &c.
English and German Guns, Bird C'ages andi
Traps, and various other articles too numerolzs
N.iB.-Jtist reccivedl frrite Paris -the most
splendid asortment of Gilt anid Gold Jeguelry
ever offersj in this market. E. i: IB.
October JH, 1851. *5O..tf.
1500 BU. HESOF CPOR N;Justre
Aceived a ed for sale low b -
Juno 28, 18o2. PERRY' OSE S.
For Sate a JE1URY MO0SF,8'
Feb. 17th, 852 1
The subscr her having purchased the STOCK
0F GOODS8 (be longing to . J. &-P, Moe
will continue husiness at their old stand, and..
assures his (iend,., and the publicom~rty
that the will to all in his owr1 rt .i
;April 27th 185'
11AYNS~WORtT1, Kai aspn
a"Cnndiu ate lfor the'Oc~f4
UT,. We are authpiriz,
announce T. J1. DJNKI?&S,:
for Cierk of t~w Ceurt;'a thte albIjIt
r M AN Y N
April16tlt 3851 2,;5r;'~ "
0:7 OzA1r.jEditorsi W~e~s
nlounce iNr. J. J; MlcKELI4 i.: t'
-.~ Clerk of tlae' Couvr,'f&
l d , ..i obligy )I1-4
ORX 'r OLLE ~~
afr . easazon ,
of .r Edto You wWlastti
l" tam I'. Al. GIBBONda, Cathilia o
'Ix-Colectorfr lm coui~tp a~isEt
Collector, at the nex eecio, adol k
Wt We .mo autoriz
as a C'andiilate f'or Tax Collectorf>
agiont county at the enslllflg l ,
.MAN Yy iE
Y The Friends :qm~
LS II.anuounce li L 'a call
the offi.e 4.fYITax Collector,, fot? die:
SWe: ai'@ authori~
to annotina0 Capt. J. W. MrUuVi E'
didate for Tai Collector .for."Slai
the urail.etio, av..
7r The FricndsIr.,
G. WHITE Esq.announce nin Ms;;$('u d
fur Tax colf ectr , of Clareco tn kt~
Through Fare from"C :h
TON TOu BAI:rIMIOlu .1$1
'J OPH'ILADELI UI:A,'
fAND TO NEW-Y4 RK
T1IlE GREAT, MAI L Ri
LEAVING the. Wharf '.at thej
Laureuw'st. daily .4t,3,1_ ~i