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hi bal Loves lYe.
-jA~ l1AMLS ACK,
;i' ;dove of cnsolation
f, rpite's wings to meet me flies,
t y)eart with animation,
Idmornine her loving eyes!
Sry:le been -false andl heartless
, ' o fl with ill repaid
my .child ! my cherub, artless
ti Othee not, nor am afraid I
s-my lot is sad and lonely,
6ery vnice of love unknown !
1rstl if -I meet thee only,
utghho nore, " Alone, alone I"
ugh 11om thy li js the find confessiea1
nyint be allowed to heir,
o0 eyes declare, in sweet expression,
here Is a heart that holds tie dear.
lit liitely thou has known me,
et, een now, thou invest me well,
Al) thy whining ways hath shown men
4nd how I love thee none anteit
en, in thy innocent caresses,
feel such. gladness, I could weep ;
r rcath my fingers in illy tresse-,
n softly o'er my cheek they sweep.
tiid thee when my aria is twining
. d fold thee in a dear eimbrace
'hen fond thine eyes on mine are shining,
Q.'press my lips thy cherub face.
pray that thou, by M'n albove ti.ce,
A Ivowl bless thee, may I e blest.!
hat He may love thee as 1 lowe thee,
; 1And take thy spirit to His breast!
A t-l4 there, my darling ! may I meet. thee.
< GWhere firn shall be my tongue and ear.
hcre words of love from me ihall greet
And I the same from thee shall hear!
(From the Spii it of the Times.J
I4Who Killed Tecumseh?
t. see by the political journals that
n. Cass, in a speech lately made in
te United States Senate, has added
i testimony to the strong array al
,eAdy etlsting in favor of the claim
' et up by Col. R. M. Johnson as the
tslayer of Tecumseh.
-Justice to an 'Old Texan' requires
that I should no longer refrain from
,putting in a claim to that distinguished
achievement, on the part of one of the
ild 'uns' who lived in Texas at a timc
h,"Pat tried men's soles.
Col. Skinner had seeii better days
bSof re he emigrated to Texas. Report
-and so did the Col. himself
lie earned his title upon the bloo.
old of the Thames. lI Texas he
it Mexicans and Indians, and ill
ours of recreation-that is
'Grim. visaget war
ad smoothed his wrinkled front'
3 repaired boots and shoes, and arti.
4 : es generally, in the leather line.
During his latter days lie followed
his. vocations in 'time-honored Nacog.
iA4eles.' One even jng, the killing of
etinumseh was mentioned in the Colo
9P is presence. After listening partie
tar v todii thousand surmises and
assertions of the crowd, the Colonel
'Gentlemen,' said lie, 'I was atI that
h attle where Teuus were killed
I wZj~ as! I commanded a regement there
*I did! i'm not a gwiine to say who
ddkill Tecumsy-I wont; butt this
much I will say: Tecumsy was killed
ivthl one of my pistols, atnd, gentle.
- nea, a man would not be very apt tc
lend out huis pistol oni a 'easioni of that
1 do not know what oithers may
A4'think, but I think Ctd. Skinnter killed
~ Nxcet:ssrry you P eit r A n.- A mlon
t he generally tmiknoiwn causes oi
-'loss of health, is the respiraitiomn ot
mueair. TIhe conlgregat ion of many
perisons in oine apartmaient, especially
v ~hen artificial light, ini great gnaunt iti
-aladies than is~ commaonly supposed.
Three causes, insuch case, comint
to destroy the fitness of' the air fin
~espiration-thie animal heat of the
asscembly, the lighlts, and tin'hicbrathi
4 ing of the salme air again aiid ?gaiin.
There muist be such assemblies. Theli
~:remedy is proper ventilation. Thc
smoke of lamrps has f'requent lv occai
saioned death. No lamip is "proper
y, trimmed if' it emit anything miorL
than a pure, bright flamje. It is r
cOforno practice to keep sleepinig a
S partments shut up. It there be ser
cral persons ini a small roomi w hid
hiaslibetn shut up for several hours, it
viould be shueking to know how of
&2.,.tenl they must breathe again anmd agair
the samte air, and how unfit it is te
be breathed after it has once visitedl
the lungs. Add to this the immpurity
'~ of the ir, w hichi is :ointiinual ly in
contact with the furniture prepared
-and constantly used fo'r sleeping, iit
an unaircd apartment. It is nut meirt
itecessity, or felstidious delicacy. wh'el~
~$requires that the pure air shiould be
admitted where the huma:t lutigs art
in 'action, but it is a lawv as old a,
the creation of man, and Cannilot b.
disregarded. A skillful observet
m nighit select among miany, froma the
a. .tppearance of the coutntenaunces. thuos<~
who have just left, anu apartment ini
whichi they have been respirinlg foi
houirs a spoiled atmosphere. No dubt
.that this cause, long cottinued, s
affects the whole miass of blood an
to bring on disease. if pure air b<
penliarly necessary to oiily class ot
'~:persons, it is so to chiildreii. W e be.
not be made, on the subijet o.
Shealth, to the whole community, that
to-invite them to respect themi te
rset this laiw of nature--that, there
C ennotbe perfect health-. where thla
is impuire, and that this applies es
ctly to apalrtmnents appropriated
- ~I leep. Visitinig friemc's- are otlen
'~'p tinto sleeping apartmnents which
ave not beeni penedI for days and
4s; th a lnough from kind
tii~htli 9 9 ~incent ly it. be
laswawided wje dolIar pe if'tjt.,
widow of General Vurth2 Thiis littIle
short of downright insult-l . eibors
of the Cabinet can Galphini.e a hundred,
thousand dollars each,out of the United
States Treasury; anenbors of Congress
can vote themselves thousands of dol
lars any session for constiuctive mile
age, and cat favely.pocket any amount
for pens, paper, pelnknives and books,
that they either ell~ or. give awiay to
thwir aequaintaice. But when, it
-conies to the poor widow of a gallant
soldier whose whole life was so devo
ted to the servic of his country, that
he could not get tine to earn money
to put away a competence fir 14s fani
ly : when it comes to set anexatnple
of encouragement for the brave oflicers
in our little army, and comfoi t them
with the hope that should their country
demand their lives as a sacrifice, at
least that country will take good care
of the helpless finiily thus left protec
*Auapless and destitute. When it comes
to thi. Congress-npeirsits geat heart
.ad allows seven dollars a week !
We could not have believed that, in
such a case the Coigress of the United
States could act with such base and
utter meanness. Truly it is worth a
roan's while to be a hero and a patriot!
I Ie stands a chance of being nobly re
warded. Should he do fiats of
valor in Mexico to call forth the spon
taneous approbation of his country, lie
may eve.) venture to hope that, at his
death,if he had beentoo honest to make
money, a some do, ihr his family,
Congress will mnunificently award his
widow a watchian's salary of thirty
dollars per month. Faugh I such a
penny saving and pound wasting poli
cy, disgusts us. By and by poor men
will be excluded altogether, by similar
examples, from the army. None but.
rich men will be able to leave their
widows coznfirtable when call to die
for their country, and poor men can
not throw away their lives, and leave
their widows to the penurious care of a
(ngressional pittance. too small for
more than a bare subsistence.--Ke'
York Morning Star.
FatEsCuI CURE FOR II YunoPItOliA.
The Paris Board of Health, in view of
the prevalence of Hydrophobia among
the dogs of that city, has published
the following notice:
" 1. Every person bit by an animal
who is mead, or suspected of' being maad,
should immediately press the wound
on all sides, to force out the blood and
"2. The wound should then be im
nediately washed with rolatile alkali,
with soap suds, with lime water. with
salt water, or pure water, or if none of
these are. at hand, with urine.
"3. An iron, at white heat, should
next be pressed deeply into the wound.
" These directions, if rigidly fullow
cd, will bejfound sufleicit. to ensure
against the probability of the appear
ance of this frightful contageous dis
Wae find the followinig notice of' a.
mtarriage, by proxy, in the W ashtiingtoii
National Itntehligenacer, of the 1 3th uilt.:
"Married, at thte Spanaisha Legat ion,
ont Tuiesday imorning' the 1th in-tant,
by the Rt. Rev. Dr. McGill. Bishop of
Riichiznonad, Jose Maria de Magel lon v
Camupuzano, of MNadriid, byv his ptroixy,
the Span ishi Mintister, to - A gg ipitia.
third daughter of Alexander N oranai~i
Miuelteod, lat e of I]harris, Scotlantd."
"Every one. to htis taste, but titr our
'wit part' says thne Savannah M orning
News,"we wo uald mauch ratheur fight, a
del- by pro xy thain ge.t miarried by
W ansmo TO BAennsons.-Benedict
Airnold never iimrrited uiitil lie wias
forty years of age-anid 5(ee what an
endt he mtade-Sunday C'ourier.
Yesbut we never- heard of Arnold
doing' any thaing bad until after lie uas
m zarrid.-.Morning Star.
Thet. Mintden (La.) Ileaild is pub.
hlihed on a halIf sheet. Thie editor
says if I thought itn apology wvas
nteedled hue would give it, but lie does
niot, andit therefore uaikes inonei. lIe
says the paper accoirds withI the
patronage bestowed on it. It is
poor pay and poor papletr, anid lie
is not going to break hiimself down
soul anad mjid fomr mete appeacirantce
sake, regardless o.f the p'ape. That's
Executive Department, 8, ,
I Juruv :0, 185~2.
W IHEREAS informnationn has been, re
ceived by this D~epartmient, that a
murder wa~s commttitted ona the bo~dv ot
Hugh D~ove, in Main District, hiv II t(;lf
CA.\hlPHI-,h,, antd that the said l'ampbell
has either fled or coinceails haimsl~wf.
Now, in orler that the snaid CamipbellI
mny be brought to trial, lhe it known, that
I, Jonis i- MA:,s, G;overnor in and over
the State of Southl Ciarolinni, do issue Ihs
mny P rocI lat ion,- (ffering n reward ol
TWO HIUNDRED) JDO1AAR8 for his
delivery to the Jail of Maraon Dist rict.
Campbell is about ;i0 or 35 years old;
5 feet 8 inct.hes htigh,-stout built, walks
quick and steps short ; hits tblue eyes, Hto.
mant nose, bilack htair anid thick beaird.
In testinnony whiereof,- I have signied moy
inae antd aalixed the seal of the State.
JOliN M. MEAP~t.
By the Govea-nor.
i Bh.sJ I*N~tty, dlecNotary of Stte
I RE.iDPY MADE GLOTHLNG
. uh,, d, if.PEtoisa s lo nit .- L 51, K i f.. *. it
aI'sc B80 'nrs AN uuRTES-, I cant
recolhanend theta as being finiheil in'ex
quisite manner, withi in entire Iron Frawe
to keep then in tune, and not liable to gel
out 6f tune so csdily, with English Grand
Action, U to 7 octvvisin Rosewood cases.
These Pianos are uianulactured in Blalti.
imnre, in a Sontiern State, warranted. to
stand the climate ;. not to wind or draw up.
I shall be pleased to receive orderF, and
will have thetn delivered I y a comnpetent
person, who will put them up and tune
Terma. moderate and easy. Call and
see before purchawin' elsewhere.
PERRY MOSES, Agent.
Juno 28, 1i652. EU--tf
TIlE subscriber bas just. -eturned from
Charleston with a full assortment of A L L
KINDS OF GOODS, Wares and 1Ierchan.
dine in his line of business; having ecercised
the timost diligence in buying them CHEAP
AND GOOD, (and goods uell bought are half
sold).,la-eu otakaedt an objvct to any one to
-nake a bill with him, either nit Wholesale or
Retail. PERRY MOSES.
April Gth, 1852 24-tf
PERRY MO SES,
(At the old stand of A. J. & P. il',es)
Offers to hiN friends and the public generally,
a fresh supply uf er ey variety of goods selected
by himself, viz: in Dry Good
3-4, 7-N, 4.4, 5-4, up to 12-4 Domestics, from
5 cents a yard sip, or less by the quantity.
Brown Linens at 12 1-2 cents a yard,
Colored muslin,, and linen Lustres, 8 yards
to the dollar.
White Crupe Shawls at $5 00
Baltimore Flour, (warranted good) at $G 50
25 Sacks Salt.
Barrels of Lard.
Old Governinmit Java Coflee in Mats,
Sugars of all kinds, sonic excellent quality at
G 1-4 cents.
Sperm and Adamantine Candles, less than
they can be bought regularly in Charlesion by
the box. Almonds, Raisons, Figs, Currants,
Citron, Candy, &c.
in great variety, at very low prices, and he
DEFIES conmpetition ins- hardware, Cutlery
and Carpenter s Tools.
April 27th, 1852 27-tf
1,000 Bushels of Cornu.
WANTED by the subscriber One Thou
sand Btishel of Corn, for which the
highest market price will be paid.
February 10, 1 5:3. 10-tf
Fresh Goshen Butter.
Loaf, Crush, Clarafied and Brown Sugars.
Best Rio and Java Cofiee.
Sardines, Lobsters, Salmond and M9ackeral.
Pickela, Preserves, &e.
Also ClEESE of the DCRIIAM Brand, that
will keep ill any climate, and improve niih
age, at PERIV 3OS1b'
Lob. 17th, 1852 17-.tf
Sweden and English, Broad amt( narrow
Bar, Square, Round and Oval; Hoop, Baud
and Boiler Iron. Cast, Gernan and ilister
Steel. Snith's Toola. Carpenter's Tools.
Buggy Axles and Springs, Carriage 'rin
anings. hollow Ware, Cut and Wrought
Nails, always on hand and for -alte low
ty PERRY MOSES.
Feb. 24, 1 . . stf
'On 17CCO T11ACCO!!
HAIlGA INS to be had mi the above ariecl.
at Pl:RRY .31uSES'
Fe b. 17th, 1852 17_ ti
he Co-partnrshlip heretofore ?xistIing lbe
tween the .enhhscribers. snider the uirit of A. J.
& - MIOSES isdissolved by its own limiitationi
and mutual corsesnt.
All piersoins imdcete to, thme said firnn by Note
or othier wise will pllese call and 8 E TI T L E .
A 3. MONES,
February 10, 1852. 16-Gma.
1500 BUSihELS OF1- C () R N , Just re
ce~vied asid for s-ale low by
June 2t8, 1852. P'ERRy MO0SES.
For Sale at PER RY 3M0SES'
Fe b. 17 th, 1852 17-t f
Cheaper than Ever,
A lot of cosloreci Iarages, at 8 centss aer ycard,
Silk Warp Hasre-ges, sat 18 3--4,25 isss 31 l-4c.
Suplerfinle quality P'aris Ilareges, sit 755 cenit,.
Emxtra huper lhrce Enmbroidered Ilareges.
Supesrfise Silk Tis-uie Silks andA Tfisue SilIks,
at 25 and 31 1--Ic.
Fuine quality Mlourning Minalinis, slightly dlam
aged, at half pirice-, l12 1-2 resm.
Col'd .Mosdinss, yard wide, at 12 1-2, 15 3-4,20
sand 25 cenits.
C7o1'd 3l1uslius, 5-4 wvide, ret 25 cenits.
WVhite Emnb'd Swiss Sumlins, ut Is 3--1, 25 and
31 1-4 cenits
Col Lawns sand UCol'd Emb'id islinas, 12 1-2:
Stripe-d -inens Luseres lit t) cenlts.
Superiolr Silk and Linein Poplis, rat 31 1--I
Stroneg Blue- Sheirtings, Stripes anmd T1ickinsgs, at
6 1--4 Cents,5 anid
A lot of Mu~lin insertinig andI Edgings, at hatlf
pie, to I lose (lit,* al
W. 3. JACOBI & i-O(N,
221 King-a:., oixa)iie the Big Ito0,:.
June 29, 1852. 36-if
STO CK O1F DRY-G OODS,
ATr :r~it:c-F.l)n : ts.
W. J. JACOBI & SON will this dlay coms
mnene soiherisg the whlel, of their large andI
w'ell selcec Stock of IDrv -Gosica at gre-atly
Itedeneed P'rices, to whsich'they invite thie at
teintioni of phasemrs and deaclers.
W. 3. JAC 011 & SON.
221 King-sI.. hentd. cspp. the liig Hoot.
Charheston,, Jhune 29J, 152. 3G-if
Lewis Msi Hatch,
No. 120 MUEETING STRELET
CilALtESTlON, S. C.
OlL L---Spermi and Whale-Agent f,1 the
WhIlTE LEA 1---Agenit for FUnion Coin1panly.
lItON SA FES--Agen: fsor Itics-I Sualaander
P'1,ATFOlt1l SCA l.F.N--Ag-ent for l.mabanrtes.
HOGiAltD)L''S MbILSN-jt-ent for Mr. It.
(EOLtOA 11:RR STOiNI-,8. Maniufurtuu
rens' Artit-le,. ti:
L1.Til ER& H A NDS, a large stock.
Chsirieston,, Oct. 6, 50)
JDm. C. II. RiensAslusos, having loscated
himself at Nettles-' Store,- re.-ipectflly of
fers hii p-ofessioniah iservice to the citi
zens of Xnmcr District.
June I5th, 185'A 3.-i f
RII. .7. M. STIAGG EIS, having located
.-) at Murray's "eirry, perinanent:ly~ofT'era
is slervices to t he peoph.
.J une 4t h 1851 trf
Butter. Lard,. Bacon & Corn
PRMEi ontain flutter. (in siall Firkinis)
do. don. Leaf Lard, do.
North Carolina Bacon,
March "25,13 Il '4
JAUNDICE, DISPEPSIA, CHRONIC
OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DIS
EASES O' THE KIDNEYS,
si frona disor.
..iver or to
ach, sure as Consti.
tion Inward Piles, 1 incis
or Blood to the head, Acidity of
-the aStomuch, A'ausea, hkart-burnD
gust for food, Fullness or Wyeiyht in the
Stossah, &our Eructations, Sinking or Flut
tering at the pit of the Stomach, Seim
mang of the Head, Hurried and Dii..
cult Breathing, Fluttering at the
Heart, Chokn or Saqtooting -
sensations ehen in a lyiig
posture, Dimness of
Vision dots or
- c6F tfrore the
Fever and dull pain in the Ileadi, Deficiency
of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and
Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Ciest. Limbs,
&c.., Sudden Flashes of Heit, hiurning in the
Flesh, Constant imagining of Evil, and Great
depression of Spirits, can ho effectually cured by
DRt. IIOO FLA I\D'S
Celebrated Gerama Bittery,
Dr..C. M. Jack.4
AT TIlE GEtMAN MEDICINE S'I'OlE,
120 Arch Street, 'hiladephia.
Their power over the above diseases is not
vxcelled-if equalled-by any other prepra
tion in the United States. as the cures attest, in
many cases after skilful physicians had failed.
'T'hese (fitters are worthy the attention of
invalids. Possesing great %irtues in the ratifi
cati,.. of diseases of the Liver and lesser
glands, exercising the most searching powers in
weakness and affections of the digestive organs,
they are withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
From the i ston live.
The editor said, Dee, 22nd
Dr. Koolland's Celebrated German hitters
for the cure of Liver Complaint, Jaundice,
I)yspelmsia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, is de
servedly one of the most popular medicines of
the day. These liitters have beent ured by thou
sands and a friend at our elbow says he has
hinself received an effectual and permanent
cure of Liver Complaint from the use of this
remedy. We are convinced that in the use of
these Bitters, the patient constantly gains
strength and -vigor-a fact worthy of great con
sideration. They are pleasant in taste and
smell, and can be used by persons with the most
delicate atomnehs with safety, tnder any cir
cumstances. We are speaking from experience,
and to the sfafiited we advise their uae.
"Scott's Weekly," one of the best Literary
papers published said, August 25-.
Dr. hloolland's German /fitters, mantfactured
by Dr. Jarkson, ore now recoiniended by
some of the most prominent members of the
faculty as an article of much eflicacy in
cases of female weakness. Au such is the
case, we would advise all mothers to obtain a
bottle, and thus sure themselves much nick
ness. Persons of debilitated constithtions will
find these liitters advantageous to their health,
as we know fromat experience the salutary eff.ct
they have upon weak systems.
M1ORE EVI DENCE.
The ' Philadelpia Saturday Gazette,' the
best family newspaper published in the United
States. 'T'ie editor says of
Dr. looJland's German Biters.-It is seldom
that we recommend what are termed Patent
Medicines, to the confidenne and patronnge of
our readers; and therefore when we recommsend
Dr. hloofland's Gennan Bitters, we wish it to
be distinctly understood that n.e are not spealk
insg of the nostrutus of the day, that are noised
about for a brief pe iiod and then forgotten after
they have done their guilty race of mischief,
bit of a medicino long established, universatly
ptizod, and which has smet the hearty approval
of the acuslty itself."
gS" Evidence upon evidence has been re
ceved (like the foregoing,) from alil sections of
the Unios, the las-t three years, and the strong
est testimony in its favor, is, that there is more
of it used its the practice of the regular Physi
cians of Philadelphia, than all other nt trms
combined'a fact that can easily he ests ,
and fully proving that ~ scientific preparatton
will mee with their quiet approval when pro
sented even in this form.
That this medicine will cure Liver Coinplaint
'anti Ilyspepsia, tno onse can dousbt atter ssintg it
a, directed. .It nets specifically uposn the Sta
mach ntd Liver; it is preferabale to catinmel in
all billioujsdiacss-thle effect is imisnedliate.
Thsey cann bse udinis.sered to 8emsale or insfant
ith~ safety and reliable benefit at any time.
lEW Ait E OF' COIJNTEILFEITS.
his msedicine has attained that hsighs charne
ter whiichs is nsecessary for tail medicinses to attains
to indiuce coutterfeiters to putt forth spuirious
articles at tise risk of the lives of thsose w Iho are
innaocently de~ei vedl.
Loovk rrit In theiar aks of ther genuine.
They have tihe writtena sigtnatre of C. 3M.
JACKSON upon the wrapper, ansd hits namte
bilowns ina the bottle, urithout unsich they ure spa*
For tale Whleslcale assd Retail nst she
GEll MAN Al EDICIN E NTOltF.,
No. 120 Arch-Street, one dosor below Sixth,
Piad'elphsin; ands by respectabale dealers geno
rally shrough the counitry.
To entable nil classes of itnvlids to essjuy thae
adianages of their great restortive powers
Mnglsae ISsttle 75 C'emats.
Also for sahe by It. S. MIELLlKTT,
Drusggist, Ssumstervihlle, S. C.
?,~7 Whsolesalea Agenst far Georgia, Soth
andss Norths (Carsiinsns.
If AVIl.AND, IIARiR A LL & CO,
D~ec. 23, 1851. Chaariestona,S. (C.
AT TIlE C~AMl)N llAZAAR
Thela sslacriberr. lhaise jst received thseir snew
asnsranent ofC SitlNG A N ii SUMMaERl
(-001)5, whsich consists paartly oaf
( alicte. Ginghss ams, latin ands cembroidleredi
Lawans, Fancy jilss , at all paricesa; listen
(Ctabric, asesoarted colora ; Cambshrie and i'lusslinss,
pslains ansd ec~ketd; Crape-s, lanreges., Chsallys.
1De-lnsine Thissu Silks, andss a great variety of
other ar ts les stsitale for Isibs' J)resses.
A t.5(o.-A latrge asaoartmaent of Linens Cambtrie
II ,dlks, Needle-wiorke-d ( oliarns ands Uiis,
Chem-isestts andi C~sa, Mssinit andss Lace leevies
Capes aiseflanstill~as, Lacea ansd 3lslain ldginsg
mand Inasertinag, lIonsnets undss itibbonsss otf the
nte .vsat lea, Ivoary, Bilack anad Feather Funs,
lru elaslan andsu l'nrasols, ands ta great variety of
other nsriies too numsaerhous to nsame.
'lThey restanmenda their stock of blenchIed
andI brown Shsirlinsg, bslue atnd striped I iome-c
spunass,C tottoni anod Linsen Osnabttrgs, Bied Ticsk,
ands e very kinas d ofJowelings andss Tiabhle fitnent.
A i cry lasrge- asssorttnent of Pisasiery of every de
scripetions. Listen, Thmreasd Lace anad Silk GI oves
iists, &c. &e.
Thlei inavite siseir frie-nds to call sat their Store,
feelinig certnsin to bie able to satisfy thetm in
every way, as well its thes laice a its time assort
mtient ofl the Goodaus. 51. 1)itt:Clait & CO.
Alpril 2(0. 18rs2. 26-i f
New Fall and Winter Goods.
'Tse stubscrihbers are nowi receiving ands ope'n
ing thetir sietal sup jply of IDry Gsods, lsardware
nndis Gruer-ries, thse prises sof wich wes ill be very
uch- resistced, ansi insvite their friends and thse
ptubic toesxamisine tlieir steock.
M. )IUCCIit & CO.
Camden, Oct. 28, '51. 1-tf
New Spring Goods,
M. Das ecarat & 5 '., hsave ytt.,t received their
Me npyof S~I'hlNG; AND .91UAM E1lI
CL~lhto wicish they wonhid invite time
attenitiont Qf t.!i 'uisii, at thse saime time thsey
inonsid rescommsends thetir Stock sof Outtfittinag Ar
ticles, viz: Shirts, Csslars, (irusat., Untder
gairmes-t, Iliosicry .Gloves, Stmspenders, &c.
i~iP-aai Notice.,ic~~ h
lIae sohavinig dlemas ngitth
0lt o . S. I(EES, ee dwl
itmnds themit ins praoperiy attested, antd t hose
mndebtid- wdll mtake imamed inte paymaent to
May 4, 1852.) "8-t
AIT.- -ronts indeted to the sustacriber
Ib' ote sar Account nreo respecftlly
solbeat call and settlhe imnmediately as
circums ances conapel hitn to call on them,
D. J. WINN.
Marh Ii 1M. 1--if.
601,.by. 2.'HOUUN11TONc111. D1gin the clerk'
>,Omes: of the Diatriet Curfebr theo-Esiait
1iv n lsitrict of Pemuisylanisa. ?-.,
Another Soieio Wonder!
OREAT. RE POR
DR. J. 8. HOUCH'ON'S
E TIE TRUE
OR, GASTRIC JUICE.
'repared from RENNET, or the fourth Stomach
f the 0.r, after.directions of Baron Lfebig, hte
reat Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Ilouoi
-o M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
Tis is a truly wonderful remedy for Itidiges
ion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Complaint,
onstipation, and Debility, Curing after Na
ure's own method, by Natures's own Agent, the
om' Half a teaspoonful of Pefsin, Infused
n water, will digest or dissolve, Fire Pounds
of Roast Beef, in about two hours, out of the
'e *in is the chief eh-ment, or Great ligest
ng Principle of the Gastric Juice---the Solvent
if the Flood, the Purifying, l'reserving, at d
stimulating Agent of the Stomach and Intes
ines. 1I is extracted from the Digestive Stun
ach of the Ox, ihius forming an artificial Diges
ivo Fluid. precisely like the natural Gastric
luice in its Chemical ) owers, and furnishing n
'omplete and Perfect Substitute for it. By the
id of this preparation, the p.ains and evils of
ndigestion and Dyspepsla toe remove 1, just na
hey would be by a healthy Stomach. It is do
ng wonders fur Dyspeptics, curing e'ses of De
ility, Emaciationu, Nervous Declie, and Dys
septic Consumption, supposed to be on the verge
af the grave. Thu Scientific E idence upon
which at is based, Is in the highcst degree Curi.
us and lenarkablo.
SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE !
Enron Liebig in his celebrated work on Ani.
mal Chemistry, rays: " An a tifliial Digestive
fluid, annlogous to the Gastric Juice, may he
readily prepared from the mucous membrane of
the stomaoh of the Calf, in which various arti
les of food, as meat and eggs, w ill be softened,
:hanged and digested, just in the same munnc
is they would he in the humnnn stomach.'
Dr. Combe, in his valuable writings on the
Physiology of Digestion," observes that " a
litninution of the due quantity of the Gastric
Juice is a prominent and all-prevailing causo of
Dyspepsia;" nd he states that " adistinguished
professor of medicine in London, who was se
terely afflicted with this complaint, finding
svery thing else to fail, had recourse to the
rGastric Juice, obtained frot the stunaths of
living animals, i hich proved completely suc
Professor runlison, of the Jeffi-rson College
PI i hdelphia, in his great work on Ilunan Phy
tiology. devo:es more than fifty pages to an cx
atinaion of this, subject. Ilis experiments
nMih Dr. Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice ob.
ained from the living humnan stomach, and
front animals, ore well known. " In cases."
he save, " digestion occurred as perfectly in the
artificial as in the natural digestions."
Dr.Juhn W. Draper, Professor of Chemistry,
in the Medical College of the University ol
New York, in his "'Text Book of Chemistry,v
page 386, says.: " It has heen a question whe
pher artificial digestien could be performed-hut
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 shook in all the Colleges, is
full of evidence similar to the above re
peentrg the remarkable Digestive powerof Pep
-in, and the fact that it may be rngly epara
Led from the stomach of the calf or Ox, and used
fur experiments in Artifiital Dig,.stion, or as a
remedy for diseases of the Stomach, and defi
rient secret: n of Gastric Juice.
ty Call ona the A gent and get a descripative
Circualar, grat is, givmng a large amousnt of Sci.
enatific Evidence, similar to the atbove, togetheci
with lieports of Hlemtarkable Cures, from all
parts of' the Untited States.
ASi A DiSP'EPI'A CURER,
Dr. hloughltoan's P'arsaa lasa produced the
most aznarvelIlous efl'eets, ini curng~ (ases of Die
Lility, Emriaittion. Nervous Dehhne, and Dys
peptic Conasumaptiona. it is iampo*sible to gave
the details of ces in thec limits of this adver
a irament; bait authaenticated certificates havc
been~i givena of maore than Two Ilundred Itemnark
able Cures, mn Philadelphia, Newi York, and
lioston alonae. Theisce were necarly nll despemrte
cases, tam thme cures were nut only rapid ana
wvonderful, but peramaaent,
It is a great Nervus Antidote, and particular.
ly useful foar tenadency to Bilious disorde'r, Livei
L'omaplainit, Feiver tand Agnec, anad the Evil eflects
of Quinine, Mer.:ary, and other drugs upon the
Digestive Oirgauns, after a long sicknesos. Also
for excess ita aatinag, atnd the too free asw of ar.
dent spimits. it amoset reconaciles Ilealth witli
O iD bTOMM'II COMP'LAINTS.
Thecre is tao forma of Old Stomacha Complains
whaich it does not sema to reach and retote al
tance. No matter haow bad they itmay be, it givei
inastuant relief! A sinagle dose remnores all thA
uonpleusanmt symnptomsa; aad it unly neemds to be
rat eatedl for a shaort timea to maake thease goms
eif eets permatnent. P'urity of Blood and 1 igos
rof Body follow tat once. It is pairticouaecel.
!cnt ina cases of Natasea, Vomauiting, Cramup.
Soreaness of thte pit of thae Stuomnehl, distress aftce
casng, low, cold state of the Jibod, lIfavitness,
Lownia of Spirits, Despoandey, Emtaciation,
Weakness, tenadetacy toImaitiy, Suicide, &c.
Dr. Ilougtona's Pepin, is sold by neartly all
the dealers ini fine drugta uid Papular Medicines
thtroughout the I 'nited States. It is preparead iri
Ponider anad in Fluid formn-and ina Prescriptiuri
vials for the tase of Physiciaas.
Private Circutlars for the uise of Phy,.icians,
my he obtain~ed of Dr. hloughaton or his A gents,
describinag the v. hole process of preparationi, andt
tyving the tautha orities uipont wichi the claimas of.
litbis new remedy are based. As it is nout a secrei
iady, nao olijee. tioan can he raised agaitnst its
uase by Phlysictans in respectable statadinag and
reguala r pructice. P'riec, LOne D~ollar per bottle,
$$i" UnsrutVa -rais!-Every bottle of thet
getauineC PEPSIN bears the written signaure of
J. S. lioLGn-roN, M1. D., 'ole Proprietor, Phil.
aidelphuia, Pa. Copy-righat unad TIrade Mark se.
32jsV'Sold by all Druggists and Dealers iht
I'rt tale in ,Sumiterville 1)y,
Decembher 16, 1851. 8-ly.
AT L. B. JIAJN K S'
A lot of cheap M uslinis atad Ginghams,..
S~wissa and Book Musinrs. Alpaccas,
Ebtalroidered ciirnIli Mtusints,
Furnaitture Ihutt it',, Fringes,
Chaunbra Ginaghaana, Silk and Litnen Ltus
Mothair and Grasct Skirts'. Cordedl do.
Chttiseltai & Colla rs, Moturninrg Coillars
Ladies white and col'd Kid Gloves .and
Ladies tind Misses col'd tad blk Gaiters
13 Bgles Supe)Lrior Factory Yarn.
May 24, 1852l. 31-t f
All persons haivihag demands against the Es.
asa of F.S.Hlelser, deceased, wvillI presenat theta
July attested; and those indebted will makt
paymetnt to E. M. Anderson, Eti., Sumuterville,
S. C., L.OJI.SA BELS El, Admta'rx.
Oct. 20th, 1851 52 tI
I have tnppoiated Mr. Samuel E. Wilson my~
A gent to settle uap all the matters of the Estate
if Col.-Stephen L~acoese, late of this District.
ANNA E. LACOS FE.
All 'persons having dematnds against thec Es.
tate of Stephen Lacoaste will present them dttl1
attestud. Tose itidebted willmake imamediate
ay'me W~ILSO, A99
, V y n5ia28
G n ker,&
SA CCOMAODATJON WHAfRi;
.; A C ARLESTON, N. C.
Receive and .clIi Cotton, Corn, Flour,.
andsll otlier n-ticles of I'toduceand give
personasl attesiion to the seliction of Fuai
Coninissjion for selling Cotton Fifty'
JA!ES, GANT.T. "WIITFIELD WAL.ER.
Reference-Col. F. I. Moses and R C.
* u.gustL24, 3852. 41-4m
* v ~C.Keinune;c
ME R CI(A.NiT TA IL O R,
June 15, 152. 34-tf
W. J. Jacob;&.on,
I. J. IACOBI., H AT H NIEt, JA COBI.
NO. 221 KING-STREET,
(srVENTH STORE ABOVE- ttlAlKET-STREET.)
Importers and Dealers in
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods
.' Our customers are ensured Moderate
Rares and a strict adherance to the One Price
Jan. 6, 1852. 11-tf
DUNN & DURYEA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
No. 238 King street,
SA?4UF1. L. 'f11'? CHARLESTON, S. C.
JOHNY DUI(YFA, )
May 21st, 1851. 30 tf
W, A. KENT & MITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
E 8T A B LIS11MEN T,
No. 268 King-street, corner of
W entworth, Charleston, S. C
Purchasers will find at all times a full
and complete stock of Gent's.
READ Y-IIADE CL OTIIIYG
W. A. KENT. G. U. MITCHELL.
Mkauufarctor; 113 W aslIngtou
stores N. Y.
May 1840 80 tf
FERDINAND . ZOGBAUIM,
MIUSIC, MISICAL INSTIRUIENTS,
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C.
SAMUEL C, DUNN,
NO. 20 HAYNE STREET,
Ch arleston, S. C.
Marcha 1-t. 1852 19--if
Greai'xcitetwnt in Charleston.
A'T )UNN & flURYhr - -
233 Bend of King-Street.
UTE Are now selling our Stock at re
~Vmark ably low pricer-Neat Linen
Coats as low as 75~ cents;: Very neat Linen
and Mairseille. Vests at 75 cents ; laIck
dlress Alpacca Coats at $2; Black dress
Pns$2 ; Linen Pants aIt from S1 to $3,
very pretty patterns; fllack ClothI Dress
anid Frock C.oate at $8. Our Stock is
nn0w the noost complete ini thn city, and
will be soldi at prices tu correspnnd wilh
t he ablove, andi wih our re-putat isn of being
the cheapest ande best Clothing Store in
the cityv-nhose ini want are invited to give
us a cnll.
Dry Goods for rall 'Trade
WV. (w. BANCROFT,
253 and 255 I n-S-'s stY.
(One door helo w W etwtWh-Street.)
We would again respectfully invite the atten
tin of our friendls and customers in tihe country,
to ouir extenstive Stock of D)RY GOODS, when
they visit Onr City. Always inlhand
Consisti:ng of Georgia Plaines aund. Mnrtes.
Aluha'ma do do.
Plain and Striped Osnabergs.
Blenchedi antd Brown Domestics
SUPElR DUFFIL 1tLANimTS-DIRECT
We would also particularly invite attention to'
our JMlPOltTATIO~N of SILKS8 and DH.tES8
G;OODS8, being one of the LAlI(GEST
STOCKMS1N THE SOUTHIERN COUNTRtY.
We arc alsto prepared to furnish cvery article
in the IDry Gdods Line, viZ: Hlosier-:, G~olves,
Linens, Flannels, Clothis,Cusimerw, Bonmlmzines'
Alpaccas, Mierenoes, Mloussetlain de Lain,
Plaids, Jaucnneta and Swiss Muslins, Furniture
Dimiity, Prints, Ginghams, Shawls, Laces, Edg
ing, Ribbons, TJrimmmiigs, &c., 4c.
September 23, 18.51, 48--tf
The subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and c'ustomers, that he is nlow rece-iving,
at is old ,.tand, No. 26 HIAYNF-S-raEE-r, (up
stairs,) from Englanid, Germnany, France and the
Northern States, a complete assortment of
Staple anib fanfn Drcss (Goobo,
Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, &c,
as per Catalogne annexed, which lhe is prepn red
to sell on re'ason~able tern',, at Wh'iolcesle only,
to thme Country Trade. H~e respectfully solicits
ai call, bei ng decternimed to sell as low as any
House in the City. E. G. BROWN.
SikadStraw Bonnets. Bibbon., Flowers and
Silk Goods, Hlosiery, Gloves, Scarfs, Cravats,
Togethemr with a complete assornomtnt of M~illine.
ry Goods, D~ress and Cloak Trimmings, &c.
Gimis, Itifies, llevolving and other Pistols,
Percussion Caps, Gamle & Shot Itags, P'owder
Knives, Seissors, Rtazors, Genti's Travellinlg
Writing Cases, Work Boxes, Fancy Stationary,
Coats' Spool Cottoni, Conimon do., T1apes,
Ituttonis, Combs, Neeles, Pins, Brusheos, Co
Adagnral assortment of Fancy Articles,
Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry,
Mlarine Time Pieces, Freinch Man teC Clocks1
Common ittass and1( Woodl Clocks, &c.
English and German Guns, Bird Cages and
Traps, and various other articles too numerous
to mention. -
N.Bi.-Just received from Paris the most
splentdid assortment o~f Gilt and Geld Jen'clry
ever on -red Iin this niarket- E. G. II.
Octobewr 14. 1851. 50-if.
Thesui rie having pumrchassd the STOCK
OF GOOD)S belot ging to A. J. & P. Moses,
will continue business at their uld stand, and
assures his triends, and dho pl~tiliO generally,
that lhe will tdo all in lia power o tnerit hl
confidence and patronage. 7-k
WORThl. - pr~
the eltxiirks heCo - -
'aI': lsuUi~i1 't x-Ar,
- F 0 R OB 1R ld
Cz -Mr Editor ;.
pleatte atmoutile. i. 1A&. I
MON an a candidate.for
nnry of'Suintr t a
election - ;C ""
LJ Tire friends .'of rob
ilAY NSWOR TII,.Ess , anf i d. , ;,
a Candidate'lir the Office Or fc
Simioter Dostrict at the: entsuing ejobt ti
MUarch 23, 1852.
(ci We are authori
announce T. J. I)INKINS, Eq., acajifl "
for Clerk ofithe (ourt, at the ensuing eke in.
April 1t85 2r!
OerMi. Editoa-: Please a
nounce. Ar. J.3. . cKELLA1;a-?jid
date for Clerk .of .the Court,;oiiti
Dustrict, and oblige
April 13, 1852.
FOR TAX COLLECTOR;,
Mr. Editor : Please announce Mr. ROSEIL
W. DURAN'T, a Candidate for TaxCon1dt1
of Salem County, at the next Election,.
oblige M11 r.VO-rsE
January 11, 1852. *,
L ;' Mr. Editor: You will please 4o :
Captain P. N1. GIBBONS,.a Candidate- fp
l'ax-Collector for Salem county, _ at the czirt
Election, and oblige M1lANY YOT- .
V Mlssas. EnToas: Please usuny
31r, JOIIN F. BALLARD, a candidaie fox T
Collector, at the next election, and obli~ ,
MANY -V ER
vebruary 5th, 1851 1 35:
(1" We are authorized
announce AJLEXA NDER WA'TTS.I;g
as a Candidate for Tax Collector, of Cla'
mont county at the ensuing Electiotu;
;. The Friends of Tho
L. N.111,11, announce himt as a candninltej
the oflice o-f Tax Collector, for theCo nhny o
Novemtbcr6, 1850 2 - *:-;
We are authofYae&
tn announce Cnrt. J. W. STUCKI~A
didate for Tax Collector for balcns Cunik1
the next election. -
Oct. 16th, 1850 51
Or The Friends of Joh
G. W luTE, Eq. announce nim as aCundr
fur Tax Collects r of Claremont county.
Through Fare from Oh
TON TO DALl'lM ) -5 $
TO P'Hl ILA DEL I1IIA -*
A A gEW-YOR
TIlE GREAT MAIL ROU hj'
LEAVING the Wharf at'the~
Lauzrens-zst. daily at 3,- p. zn; -
arrival ot the Southem car,~~
MINGTON, N. C., fros-n whiel,
twio daily trains nre dispatchedist.:$8
aind 2 P'. M.; the8 o'clocjk wilconnitr
WVeblon withs lhe lineA to Peterela
Richmoand, WVashsington,- B~iltsino Ph
deilia, ands New-York.- 'Rhlejbf
respiecsfulIly intormsed Ilint t'fan u
thlsie lines, are in first rate eendi
are natig*ed by W'ell kn~ il
perseeiced commanders; ste .Rdil~ d s
are in fine order, 3(theo Wiliniis
antd Weldo~n, as *wieb as the Sa
and Rlomolid havtinui rece'ntly lbeon.~cp
wiih heavy TIrail) Ilieri by securn g o1a
saifety and dea'patch. By* theset you~
pas,-ngers avniling t-hemseIae of9 tu
FiRFTl TRAIN may reasch BellisonMI
410 bonirs. Phlilndelphiat in 4.i botsro
New Yorsk in 50 1-S hours, and
SECOND) TRAIN they frriveiV
timnore in fo houre, Phlt!adelphik ttij
honstrr, and New-York in ti1 1-?Ii~.614
Tlhrnngh tic kets cnn alie)e hIafl
E. W INSLOQW, Agent of the WV!!aiz gt
aind Raleigh Rail fioad Company. atih
office or the Ciompjany, foot ofLai
street, Charleston, S. C., to whu dil
SMarch 23, 152. - ' 22- tf
Warranted to StaiVn
the Souuthe'r Olimiate
$100,000 savED vFAatY! StaRK -rniSa~
Will Stand aily Climate Without C~iih
ScPtr-ICs: rea-l this testimony from thl
dent of the Reaiding Rail Road Comsai
OFrIcE OF Pit:L'A. & 1tFADnso R.
No 73 S.-Front-st. con. Willing and AW
?nLarut A, May 3, 1853.
J. . Slt, Ey.- DarSirWehave
your'' Plastic Paints" for more thn a year,i~I
bor painting bridges, depots, &c , dic., we.h
round~ it equal to any paint we have used5h,
fact wernow ive it a preferance over aR
we av tre or such puposes. '-'
Youts respect fully,
The above is but one of the rnany cortll
we have received from gentlemen. of:QU'
who have usied Silver's Minei-a)ePains#s-/
.COLORS.--We haie seven differena iow
vix: three browns, 1.wo '.hocolates,'blacl1t
jellow, and by combination, make en
ty anti shaide of color. .- li.
i R ON.-To0 Iron, they furnish a p~1s'
tec lion agninsi lust, for they contal n nh
which, like white lead, sets deatructslyai~.
iron. In fact, this paint msakes 1irbn~
valuable for buildinog punrposes.
BRICK WORK-'lhy give t$ ~4.t
a much heavier coating t harr any other-s
and If standing is required '.nuthjng~oi
lirnsly or finishes so w'ell 'tiia T
OLD) ROOiFS.--Give root sei ru
and leaky, Silver's Mlineraiants will lb
chenply new, and more enrngtg
SH1PS ussing this eura iinary minen1'
we prepare it for them, will beproof agains~
action of hot suns, worms, and..salt wate
D)IRECTrIONS.--Uso Lineed Oil,;;t
flhiek a you cats, anid se sitotherptla
These paisis need bust little diryer~
prinmIng and seronad icoatings lat all I
works, they will be found ilar chdpq~
durnble than lead. *.
Dealers ad contsumer catn pry
paintot: FR E ACH & RUI~ t
Northwest cor. Teti and Markes
Also, Imsportersae f Platen~
May1, 1852. ---
Aihut reeleti d ;l a t