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e t dailigHissel
-n, 7l ar, heighe. I
,; ebufls that at a din
'ted "his military skill,
-hin reply, saying In
- nttzided to leave- to-history
t'ofdoh g me justice, but I am
t6~yotsir, for giving me this
tuhlty ofontradicting an infh
It is' quite true that
---ed.. The Countess
'teb abdication of the prede.
ro~niy; Emrperor, in order to ex
- jay, had a figure representing
d dessed up, and with her entire
- ol'went through the farce of in
b t ;with the most outrageou in.
tOthat illustrious prsonage.
Iicaptiiin chef d escadron, who
the place, hearing of the affair,
ted the countess, and ordered her
flgged. This is true;' but I de
eon -the honor of a soldier, (Sur
Sfdsineur comme militare,) which I
sacred, that when this occurred I
tia dtarice of sixty leagues from
lace, and when I heard of it I ex
ea disapprobation of the conduct
t officer, and placed himt under
After some further explanations,
laynau observed that he had
spoken of as a severe and harsh
"le-would admit, he said, that
itd bshown severity, but it was in
ns ientious. performance of his
Ile; w as at the head of brave
o-, aiidontly devoted to their sov
and-it became him to act with
as the best means of bringing
e a war in which they had so
t t'diiculties to contend with. 'I
uar,' he added, 'as the great
urge that can be inflicted on hu
tiitj, and consider that a severity 1
ah is likely to hasten the triumph of
e of the contending parties, is the
t -sort of humanity that can be
tied.' He then alluded to the
ite that had been brought against
Imof having, in cold blood, ordered
he time the execution of eighteen
,These persons, he said, were con
embed by the military tribunals, at=
ion into the
*n. Ale f
iileham, a widow
incinnati, and the mother of
'ehildren, was taken to the insane
urn, -146 wee i consequence of
mmniication with the other world,
nd thius put Mrs. M. in correspondence
I th her deceased husband, in heaven.
lhe became intensely interested in the
Sppings, and held, as she was led to I
suppose, frequent interviews with her
musband, until finally she became de
yaniged. The Commercial says that
.6mong her other mental vagaries, she
~smagines the spirit of her husband oc
~2~pies her body, that her own has de-1
-parted to give place to his, and that itf
she eeuld discover his mnortal remains
:he would be enabled to endow them
.$avith life, by returning to himi the soul
which, though properly his, now ai.
n ates her.2
* A GN OFJENL OUSE
SBuaxns.-During the past summer,
74rhile the families of many of our citi-t
Qvsens were out of town, a number of
lihouses, which had been left closed up,
r ~.ere robbed. Among them, three
$dwellings were forcibly entered and
4'ainsacked in an outrageous manner.
These-were the mansions (of Mr. WVil- 1
ilam Ryan, Logan .Squareo, Rev. Ly-<
man, Coleman, in Rittenhouse Square, 4
-and John Welsh, Jr., Esq., Spruce<
''street. A boy was caught by Mr. I
W ~elsh's man, one evening, leaving the
premises. This led to the tauking of
two other boys into custody.-l ronm
information obtained from these
y ungsters and others-one in the
IHouse of Refuge-it was ascertained
~that a very bad youth from Newv York
*.,-had enticed them into crime, and shar- I
ed with them a part of the proceeds. i
he youth referred to planned and ex-<
edt-d theQ robbing of all three of the I
ou1ises a bove mentioned, approp~riating
-~"o himself the most valuable portion
,of the dlunder obtained, lie fled to
New lork, tb wvhich city lhe was pur
Sae yofficer Magargee, of thme Mar
rhals poice.Theofficer, however,
- was unable to ferret him out, and the
* ~'ew York police are yet on the look I
~jjout for him. A few of the stolen arti
elswere recovered by) officer Magar
-'$ eand restored tothe owners.-Phail.
A AN BUnIED AL!vE.-An Irish.
n who died suddenly on the Rail
~ oad,. was buried at Wheeling oni
STuesday.. Those who attendled the
-funeral, after lowering the coffin into
S'the grave, returned to their hiomes,t
'''leavmng a 'man to fill lup the grave. It,
"appears that after throwing in a few
tshovphi full -of earth he was alarmed
by singular noise as if kicking and
i."stiruggl ng in the coffin, so that hie ran
1away. Coming up with Mr. Fitzimn
- Bo ns lie told what he had heard, and
both immediately returned, raised and
~opened the coffin, and found the man.
* ~reon his face and his person warm. 3
1' Gazette says that if the coffin had 4
n b opened when the con motion wjm C
e4'rt heard, the man nmight have beeni
eand that, he died solely fromF
e olve banchth-t ,~
';' ~lt! i~1llhfartibloometh on
~.fruit in tha a
hiirodbfl th.United Stlaidbef e
ingress,:present ai exhibit'which do
nonstrates that the South furnishes a
argo'proportion of the wealth of the.
ountry. The amount of cotton ex
iorted for the year .ending June 30,
851 ; was $112,315,317 ; tobacco
39,219,251 ; flour $10,524,331; corn
The following table exhibits the
amount of domestio produce exported
ron the several principal commercial
Otates of the Union, from July 1, 1850,
o June 30, 1851 :
ew York, - - $68,104,542
Jouisiana, - 53,968,031
1iabama, . - - 18,528,824
South Carolina, - 15,316,578
klassaenusetts, : 9,857,587
scorgia, - 9,158,879
aryland, . - 6,416,798
ennsylvania, - . 5,101,969
Florida, - - 3,937,901
lirginia, - 3,087,444
Mfaine, - 1,517,487
The total amount of domestic pro
luce exported was $196,689,718.
The above extract from the statisti
*al tables show that four States of the
south--Louisiana, Alabama, South
Jarolina and Georgia-export $97,
)00,000, being about one-half of the
whole export of the whole export of
he country. The tables referred to
iso show that England in that period
purchased of cotton, tobacco, and
rain some $87,000,000.- Carolinian.
NEW USES oN IRON.-What is
his so light and fanciful? The
lothes-horse, surely, all iron, and so
icely wrought that you might lift it
n your hand and balance it. And
what is this, with its delicate wreathe
if roses and beautiful figures bending
n postures of grace. The fire
creen? Why! is that all iron?
Svery bit of it; and these fairy-like
hairs, with their lithe forms, and
prigitly patterns, these sofas with
heir scroll-work and vine leaves,
hese tables that seem airy enough
or a sprite's parlor, are all of iron.
Ye take up a beautiful ornamental
asket from the mantel, the sprays,
he curling tendrils, the buds, leaves,
Lad roses are of iron; we lif-a-as
hat has upon its .wfad the soft
tendin a .hafdred tints, that is
onder is a magnificent
e---the frame so profusely gild
so elaborate in detail, is iron; we
nspect the tall mirrors, they are sur
ounded by a casting of iron; further
ip, in my lady's chamber, stand iron
xoches, an iron bedstead with orna
sente disposed very elegantly about
t the toilet table is also of iro
V ' ' ed are 'shew.,,p of iron.
Boston Olive Branch.
. NTERE 11} g ;+.Thle
venerable Dr. Lowell, of this city,
ecently baptised at his residence in
Cambridge, (he being now in ill
eaith) a child whose parents and
rand-parents he married, and whose
nother and grand-mother he baptis
di, in their childhood. We doubt if
uany baptisms like this have takeni
~lace in America. They are proba.
ly more commin.n in Europe, where,
;enerally a; i ing, pastors remain
ettled for lii, and the population,
'specially the peasantry, is less flue
uating than ours.-[Boeton Comn
BEAUTIFUL ExTRACT.-GQId has
rritton upon the flowers that sweeten
he air--upon ti e breeze that rocks
he flowers upon the stem-upon the
ain-drop that refreshes the oprig of
ooss that lifts its head in the dlesert
-upon its dleep chamber -upon eve
y penciled shell that sleeps in the
averns of the deep, no less than up
in the mighty sun which warms and
heers millions of creatures that live
n its light, upon his works he has
vritten-" None liveth for himself."
'nd prebably were we wise enough
o understand these works, we should
indl that there is nothing-from the
old stone in the earth or the minu
est creature that breathes-which
nay not in some way or other, main
ster to the happiness of sonme living
reature. We admire and praise the
lower that best an.swers the end for
vhich it was created and the tree
hat bears fruit the most rich and
bundant -the star that is the most
sef'ul in the heavens is the star that
te admire the most.
WuAT is A dOUT'TS ?-A young
ady of more beauty than sense ; more
ccomplishments than learning ; more
harms of person thani grace of muind ;
nore admirers than triends; more
Dols than wise men for attendant.
You cannot repent too soon. There
s no day like to-day. Yesterday is
one, to-morrow is God's not your
wnt. Arnd think how sad it will he
o have your evidences to seek when
'our cause is to be tried ; to have your
ii to buy when you should have it to
T THlE OLD STAND OF 5. & J. oILniEnT.
S.& E. M. G ILBDE R'T
continue the CAR RIAGE
BUSINESS at the above
land-No. 35 and -- Wentworth-street,
hlarleston-where y will be pleased to
xhibit to their old friends and customers
very extensive Stock of Vehicles, comn
rising those of their own manufacture,
>gether ith- various other styles usually
>unid in this market. Jheir long acquinit
nee with this market as manufacturers
uid dealers will enable them to offer groat
lucernents to purchasers both in styles
Anunst-14 if .:
SCopartnership heretofore oQi5I I l.
een the subscribers uider the firm' nb'A.J.
P. MOSES iisdlssoted by its ownlldulltatio
ud mutual consent " ..
All persons tndebted to the said firn by hot,
r1 otherwise will pleaso-call and 8 E'IPTL E
- AK MOSES,
February 10s 13:2. 16-Gas.
EING appointed the Agent of NswatA
&BnHna's PIANO FORTES, Ican
ecommend them as being finished In. aox
luisito manner, with an entire Iron Frame
o keep thema in tune, and not liable to get
ut of tune so readily, with-EnglisitGrand
Rition, 6 to 7 octaves, in Robowood caes.
t'hese Pianos are mnanu'actured in Balti.
nore, in .a Southern State, warranted to
stand the climate ; not to wind or draw tp.
I shall be pleased to receive orders, and
will have them -delivered by a competent
person, who will put theta up and tune
Terms moderate and easy. Call and
lee before purchasing elsewhere. .
PERRY MOSES, Agent.
June 28, 1552. 3:l-tf
THE subscriber has just returned from
Charleston with a full assortment of A L L
KINDS OF GOODS, Wares and Merchan
lime in his line of business 1 having excercised
he utmost difigence in buying them CHEAP
!ND GOOD, (and goods well boughA are Aaf
told) he can make it an object to any one to
make a bill with him, either at Wholesale or
Retail. PERRY MOSES.
April 6th, 1801 84--f
(At the old stand of A. J. & P. Moans)
Offers to his fiends and the public generally
a fresh supply of every variety of goods selected
by himself, viz: in Dry Goods
3-4, 7-8, 4.4, 5-4, up to 12-4 Domestics, from
I cents a yard up, or less by the quantity.
Brown Linens at 12 1-2 cents a yard.
Colored muslin., and Linen Lustre., 8 yards
to the dollar.
White Crape Shawls at S 00
Baltimore Flour, (warranted good) at $6 50
5 Sacks Salt.
Barrels of Lard.
Old Government Java Coffee in Matte,
Sugars of all kinds, some excellent quality at
6 1-4 cents.
Sperm and Adamantine Cnndles, less than
they can be bought regularly in Charleston by
the box. Almonds, Raisons, Figs, Currants,
Citron, Candy, &c.
in great variety, at very low prices, and ha
DEFIE8 competition in Hardware, Cutlery
and Carpenters Tools.
April 27th, 1852 27-tf
1, )O ushcls ofCori.
ANTED by th ureribert(ne Thou
W , sand Bushela of .Coib,fr which the
tighest market price will be aid'
February 10, 1E52. 10-tf
Fresh Goshen Butter.
Loaf, Crash, Claratied and Brown Sugar..
Best Ri d Java Coffee.
, .osters, satin and Mackeral.
els, Preserves, &c. -
Also CHEESE of the DURHAM Brand, that
will keep in any climate, and improve with
Lge, at PERRY MOSES'
Imb. 17th, 1853 - 17- if
Swedes and English, Broad and narrow
Bar, Square, Round and Oval; Hoop, Batnd
tnl Boiler Iron. Cast, German and Blister
steel. Smith's Tools. Carpenater's Tools
Buggy Axlen andi Springs, Curriage Trim.
mings. 11ollow Ware, Cut and Wrought
Nails, always on hand and for rsale low
Feb. 24, 1852 IS--tf
Garden Seed--Crop 1851
Just reevda fresh supply, including eva'ry
rarnety which are WAIRRANTIED. Alsu
IRISH POTATOES, Onion Se.ti., &c.
it PERRY MOSES,
Feb. 17th, 1852 17..t'f
TORA CCO! TOBACCO!,
BARGA INS to be had in the above article
E ERRY MOSES'
Feb. 17th, 1852 17_if
150 Bo USHIEL.S OF C 0 R N , Jutst re
ceived and for sale low hy
luneo 28, 1852. PERL Y MOSES.
For Sale at PERRY MOSES'
Feb. 17th, 1852 17-tf
lCheaper than Ever,
A ltof colore<T Barages, at 8 cent. per yard,
Slilk WVarp Baregow, nt 18 3-4,'25 and 31 1-4c.
I-ttperfine quality i'ari,. Baregos, at 70 cents.
Extra super Brocho Embroidered Hareges.
Sluperfine Silk Tissuo Silk. and Tissue Silks,
at 25 andl 31 l-4c.
Fine quality Mourning Muslin., slightly dam
aged, at half price, 12 1-2 cenats.
Col'd Muslin., yard wide, at 12 1-2, 18 3-4,20
and 25 cents.
rcol'd Muslins, 5-4 wide, rct 25 cnta.
White Emsb'd Swisj, Mtuslin., at 18 3-4, 25 and
31 1-4 cent.
Col'd Lawns and Col'd Emb'd Muslin., 12 1-22
Stripedl Linen Lustre. at 10 cents.
Superior Silk anid Linen Poplin., at 31 1-4
Strong Blue Shirtings, Stripes and Ticking., at
6 1-4 cents, and
a. lot of Muslin hnsertings and Edgings, at half
price, to close out, at
W. J. JACOBI & SON,
221 King-st., opposite the Big Boot.
June 59, 1852. 36-tf
STO CK OF" DRY-G OODS,
AT HEDUCKDi~ PiticEs.
WV. 3. JACOBI & SON will this day com
enee offering the whole of their large and
Awell selected Stock of Dry-Goods at greatly
Redu~ced Prices, to which they invite the at
ceniion of purchasers and dealers.
W. J. JACOBI & SON,
221 King-mv., hend, opp. the Big Boot.
Charleston, Juno 29, 1852. 36-if
Lewis Me HatCh,
Wo. 120 MYEETING STREET
ClIARLE~STON, S. C.
)ILS-Sperm -and Whale-Agent fto the
WHiITE LEAIJ--Agent for Union Company.
IRON SAFES-Agent for licha's Salamander
P'LA TFORLM SCA LES-Agent for Labarte.
BOGA RDUS'S MhILLS--Aent for Mr. B.
JEORIGIA JIURRL TrONE8. Manufactu
rers' Articles. tf
UE/TJHERL BANDS, alarge stock.
Charleston, Oot. 6, 50
R.JT S T ArGGER8, having located
. tMrray's Ferry, permanently, ofTers
Iw services to the pooplo.
Jur~e 4th 1851 32 tf
Butter Lard, Bacon & Corn
PRME ialon But ter. (in small Firkinh)
do. do. Leaf Lard, do.
North Carolina Beacon,
ROBT. LATTA. .
JAUNDICE, DISP$ NIM CHROljq
QR NERVOUS DEBILITY, D18
EASES OP. THE KIDNEYS,
dered Liver or - Ste
rach, such as Constip
lion, Inamd Piles, FPine.s
or Blood to the Head, Acidity of
the Stomach, Nausea, Heart-barn, Die
gust for Food, Fullness or Weigt in the
Stomah, 'Sour Eructations,. Sinking or Flut.
eoria; at the pit qf the Stomach, Swi:A.
m qf the Head, Hurried and D.i,
lBreathin Fluttering at the
Heart, 'h o rsn Sqfocating
sosntions en i a ly
posture. Dismsess of
Vision, dote er
stabs b!ore the
Fever and dull pain in the Head, Deficiency
of Per piration, Yellowness of the Skin and
Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest. Limbs,
&o.., Sudden Flushes of heat, Burning in the
Flesh, Constant Imagining of Evil and Great
depression of Spirits, can beeffectually oured by
Celebrated German Bitters,
Dr. C. M. Jackson,
AT TIlE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
1O Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases is not
excelled-if equalled-by any other prepare- t
tion in the United States, as the cures attest, in
many cases after skilful physicians had failed.
These Bitters' are worthy the attention of
Invalids. Possessing great virtues in the ratifi
cation of diseases of the Liver and lesser
glands, exercising the most searching powers in
weakness and affections of the digesuve organs, I
they are withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
READ AND.BE CONVINCED.
From the Boston Bee.
The editor said, Dec, 22nd
Dr. Koogand's Celebrated German Bitters
for the cure of Liver Complaint, Jaundice,
Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, is do
servedly one of the most popular medicines of
the day. These Bitters have been used by thou
sands and a friend at our elbow says he has
himself 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
saaell, and can be used by persons with the most
delicate stomachs with safety, under any cir
cumstances. We are speaking from experience,
and to the afflicted we advise their use.
"Scott's Weekly," one of the hest Literary
papers published said, August 25
Dr. Hoojiand's German Bitters, manufactured
by Dr. Jackson, are now recommended by
some of the most prominent members of the
faculty as an article of much efficacy in
cases of female weakness. As such is the
case, we would advise all mothers to obtain a
bottle, and thus save themselves much sick
ness. Persons of debilitated constitlations will
find those Bitters advantageous to their health,
as we know from experience the salutary eflitet
they have upon weak systems.
The 'Philadelphia Saturday Gazette,' the
best family newspaper published in the United
States. 'I'he editor says of
Dr. Hoofland's German Bisters.-It is seldom
that we recommend what are termed Patent
Medicines, to the conlidenoo and patronage of
our readers; and therefore when we recommend
Dr. Hooand's German Bitters, we wish it to
distinctly understood that we are not speak.
ing oL the nostrums of the day, that are noised
about :or a brief period and then furgotte
they hai'dione teir guilt
but of a med 4ine t
ptized, and wht
of the faculty itself."
. Vi' Evidence upon evidence has been re.
ceived (like the foregoing,) from all sections of
the Union, the last three years aid the strong
'stltestimony in its favor, is, that there is more
of it used in the practice of the reguar Phyai
cians of Philade phis, than all other nostrums
combined, a fact that can easily be establishe
.and fully pyii$ng that a scientific pNfratiun
will meet with their quiet approval w hn pro
sented even in this form.
That this medicine will cure Liver Comilaint
and Dyspepsia, no one cnn doubt after using .it
as directed. It acts specifically upon the Sto
mach and Liver; it is preferable to calemtiel in
ali bilios diseases--th e eflect Is immediate.
Th'leycant be administered to female or itnfant
with safety and reliable benefit at any time.
BMWAVAlM OF~01 COU NTlERIPEITh.
This medicine has attained that high charac
ter w haieh is ntecessary for all medicines to attain
to intduce co'unterfetrerp to put forth spurious
articles at thto risk of the lives of those who are
Looik wrell to 1the mnaks of the genui'ne.
They have the written signature of C. M.
JACKSON upotn the wrapper, and bis namue
blown in the bottle, wuithout schich they are spau
For sale Wholeale and Retail at the
GERM AN M1EDICIN E 8'TORE,
No. 120 Arch-Street, one door below Sixth,
Phtiadelphia; and by respectable dealers gene.
rally through the country.
To enable all classes of invalids to enjoy the
advantages of their great restorativ, powers
seiangle Bottle 76 Ocests.
Also for sale by Rt. S. MELL ETT,
Druggist, Sumnterville, S. C.
E7 Wholesale Agent for Georgia, South
and North Curolinas.
HAVIL.AND, HIA RRA LL & CO,
Dec. 23, l85l. Charleston,S. C.
AT THlE CAM lEN BA'4AAR.
The stubscribers htave just received rteir new
assornmnent of SP'RING A N D SUIIIMERI
GOODS, which consists partly of
Calicoes, Ginghants, plain anad emnbroidlered
Lawnas, Fancy Mluhns, at all prices; Linen
Cambric, astsorted colors ; Cambric and Muslitns,
p lain and checked; Crapes, liareges, Challys,
Declamies, Tissu Silks, and a great variety of
other articles sujitale fur Ladies' Dres.ses.
ALtSO-A large assortment of Linett Cambric
ll,dkfs, Needle-worked Collars and Cuffs,
Chtemisetts and Caps, Miuslin and Lace Sleevens
Capes aund Mlantillas, La1ce and Muslini Edgitng
and Inserting, Bonnets and Ribbons of' the
newcst styles., Ivory, Black and Feather Futs,
Umbrellas and Parasols, and a great variety of
other articles too ntuaoerotus to name.
Thtey recotmmentd their stock of bleached
andh brown ShmIring, bluea and striped Hoeme
spunts, Cotton and Linen Osnaburgs, lied TPick,
atnd overy kitnd of Towelling and T'able Linen.
A very large assortmenitof Hosiery of every de
scriptnion, Linen, Thread Lace and Silk GI oles
Mitts, &c. &c.
They invite their friends to call at their Store,
feeling certain to be able to satisfy them in
overy way, as well in the p rico as in the assort
mentt of the Goods. 3M. DRUCK ElR & CO.
A pril 20. 1852. '26-if
New Fall and Winter Goods.
'The subscrib~ers are now receiving attd open
ing their usual supply of Dry Goods, Ilardware
attd Groceries, the prices of which will be very
mtuch reduced, and invite their friends and the
public toexatmine their stock.
M1. DRIUCKER & CO.
Camden, Oct. 28, '51. l-tf
New Spring Goods,
M- Danucasat & Co., have just received their
new supply of SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOTHING, ma which they would invite the
attenttion of the public, at the same time they
would recommend their Stock of Outfitting Ar
ticles, viz: Shirte, Collars, Cravats, Unader
garnment, Hosiery, Gloves, Suspenders, &c.
A pril 20, 1852. 20-i f
A LL Person having demands against the
11 Estate of 0. 8. RIEES, deccoadiif
hand Ihem in progerly af~trt'e, and those
mndobted will mnaket un,ed inte paymetctto
May 4, 1852- ,, 28-.t RES
ALL Perso;8 indebted to the subalscribrer
A .byN No or Account na reapectfully
sohicited i and settle immediately a.
circumetai ~compel hinm to call on themi.a
Olt~~~os lsstheD~avtls t
OREAF OURS FOR
?R.5 J~ 6. OUCHTON'8
" THE TRUE
011, GASTRIC JUICE.
'repared from RENNET, or the fourth Stomach
f the Ox, after directions of Baron Liebib, the
reat Physiological Chemist, by J. A. Houan.
oN, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indiges.
in, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Complaint,
sonstipatton, and Debility, Curing after Na.
tire's own methodby Natures's own Agent, the
' Half a teaspoonilM of Pepsin, infused
a water, will digest or dissolve, Fite Pounds
if Reast Beef, in about two Aours, out of the
Pepsin is the chief element, or Great Digest
ng Principle of the Gastric Juice-the Solvent
,f the Food, the Purifying, Preserving at d
Stimulating Agent of the Stomaeh and Intes
ines. Iris extracted from the Digestive Stom.
tch of the Ox, thus forming an artificial Diges
ive Fluid. precisely like the natural Gastric
luice in its Chemical powers, and furnishing a
Jompleto and Perfect Substitute for it. By the
id of this preparation, the pains and evils of
ndigestion'-and Dyspepsia are removed just as
hey would be by a healthy Stomach. it is do
ng wonders for Dyspeptics, curing cases of Do
>ility, Emaciation, Nervous Decline, and Dys
eptic Consumption, supposed to be on the verge
if the grave. The Scientific Evidence upon
which it is based, is in the highost degree Curi
mue and Remarkable.
SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE I
Baron Liebig in his celebrated work on Ani
ral Chemistry, says : "An artificial Digestive
Fluid, analogous to the Gastric Juice, may be
rcadily prepared frum the mucous membrane of
he stomaoh of the Calf, in which various arti
:les of food, as meat and eggs, will he softened,
changed and digested just in the same manner
is they would be in the human stomach.'
Dr. Combe, in his valuable writings on the
' Physiology of Digestion," observes that " a
liminution of the due quantity of the Gastric
luice is a prominent and all-prevailing cause of
Dyspepsia;" and he states that " adistinguished
professor of medicine in London, who was se
rerely afflicted with this complaint, finding
.very thing she to fail, had recourse to the
fastric Juice, obtained from the stomachs of
iving animal., which proved completely suc.
Professor Dunklison, of the Jefferson College
Philadelphia,.in his great work on Human Phy.
miology, deotsa mnore than fifty pages to an ex.
imination- of thia subject. His experiments
with Dr. ileautitont, on the Gastric Juie oh
tained tion the living human stomach, and
from animalss. are well known. "In cases."
be y*~ digestion peurred as.perfectly in the
ial as in the natural digestions."
r.John'W. Draper, Professor of Chemistry,
the Medical College of the University of
ew York, in his "Text book of Chemistry,"
pago 386, says,: . It has been a question who.
!-artificial igeleacould be prformed-but
t is now 'i a~dmaitted tha it may be."
Dr. Carpenter's asrt4 wasrig.n Physiology,
which is In the library al every physician. and
A used as a'ext Bok l the Colleges, is
ull of evidence sjmiar.. the above, re
iyecung the remarkable Digpite wer of Pop
sn, antd til be rec.. 1 separa
ted froni f -f. sed
for expinents in rtificial Digestion, or as a
remedy for diseans of the.Stomach, and defi,
ciont secretion of.Gastric Juice.
g- Call os the Agent and get a descriptive
Circular, gratis, giving a large amount of Sci
Itttific Evadetnco, similar to the above, together
with'. Reports of Remarkable Cures, from all
parts ot'.theg United States.
A~S A iaWYSPEt's!~A CURER,
Dr. hloug hton's P'arw bas produced the
nost marvelloues effect.s, ini curing cases of D~ei
mility, Emaciationi, Nervous Decline, and Dy.
eptio Consumption. It is imapossible to give
ho details of cases in the limits of this adver
isement; but authenticated certificates have
icen given of more than Two Hundred Remark
ible Cures, mo Philadelphia, New York, and
lioston alone. These were nearly all desperato
:ases, and the cures were not only rapid and
wonderful, but permanent.
it is a great Nervous Antidote, and part.Icnlar
ly useful fur tenidency to Bilious disorder, Liver
LUomplainr, Fever and Ague, and the Evil effects
of Qninine, Mercury, and other drtugs upon the
Digestive Organs, after a long sickness. Also,
ror excess in eating, and the too free use of ar
lent spitits. it almost reconciles Health with
Otiet> STOMM'HI COM PLAINTS.
There is no form of Old Stomach Complaints
whaich it does not seem to reach and remove at
ance. No matter how bad they may be, it gives
insanit relief! A single dose removes all the
unpleasani symptoms; nd it only needs to be
repeatedl for a short titme to make these good
efiects permanient. Purity of BLood and higor
rf Body follow at once. it is particular excel
Lent in cases of Nausea, Vomiting, Cramps,
Soreness of the p it of the Stomach, distress alter
eating, low, cold state of the Blood, Heaviness,
Lowness of Spirits, [Despondetncy, Etnaciation,
Weakness, tendency to 1nsanity, Suicide, &c.
Dr. hloughton 's Pepsin, I. sold by nearly all
thme dealers in fine drugs and Popular Medicines,
lhroughbout the United States. htis prepared in
Powder and in Fluid form-and In IPrescription
vials for the use of Physicians.
Private Circolars for the use of Physicians,
nay he obtained of Dr. Hloughtion or his Agents,
de~cribing the whole process of preparation, anti
giving the autfhorities upon which the claims of
thisi new remedy are biased. As it Is not a secret
remedy, no ehjeu tion can he raised against its
use by Phlyuicians in respecuiblo standing and
regula r practice. P'rice, One Dollar per bottle.
I:,Y'o 58arvx Tits!-Every bottle of the
venauine PEPiSIN bears tihe written signature of
.S. JILIoutOrN, Ml. D., solo Proprietor, Phil
idcelphia, P'a. Copy-right and Trado Mark so
f' Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in
Four saleo in Siuterville by
Mli~LiER & UIRITiTON.
December 16, 1851. 8-ly.
A T L . B . H AN K S',
A lot of ceap Mshs li ilan d Ginghams,
Swiss amnd Book MuslinR. Alpaccas,
EmnbruhJ-red curtam Muslinu,
Furnuituare Danitiop, Fringee, --
Chuutbra Ginghlam., Suk o~i 'en Lus.
Mohair and Grass Skirt.s Corded do.
Chemnsetstts & Ctolare~fri Clas
Lad ies white anid coliirKidg ois n
Slippers, - KdGoe n
Ladies andI Mse'enl'd and bik Gaiters.
13 Bales Stiperior Factory Ya~n,
if ay 24, 1852 31-ti
.Alperonshavhgdemands against the Es
Sr fF8 Belser, deceased, will present them
tuly attested; and those indebted will make
aymnent to E. Mi. Anderson1 Esq., Sumtterville,
1.C., LOUISA BLLSER, Ad in'rx.
Oct. 20th, 1851 52 t
Ihave appointed Mr. Samuel E. Wilson my
gent to settle up all the matters of the i--state
I Col. Stephen Iacoste, late of this District.
ANNA E. LACOi'IE.
All persons hav ing demands against the Es..
ute of Stephen Lacoste will p resent them duly
Itested. Those indebted wvillI make immediate
ayment to . T. WILSON, Agwie
.-- t~ .x.11 i ! "
t11 o'COMo fT1 WAHARF,
1I t TON =s.C.
Receiyee and s.li Cotton, Corn, Flour,
and ill other-article. ofrro.uce, and give
iersonal atteniion tothe'selection ol Faind
.Commission for selling; Cotton Fifty
Cents per bale.
JAMES L. GANTT. WIIITFIELD WALKE.
- EDWARD OANTT.
Reference-Col. F".1. Moses and R. C.
August 24, 1852. 44-6m
D4 V . heminne,
HER CHANT TAILOR,
June 15, 18.52. 34-ti
W.J. Jacobi & Son
W. J ACOB!. - -- NATIHANIEL JACOBI.
NO. 221 KING-STREET,
(SEVENTH STORE ABOVE MARKET-STBELT.)
Importers and Dealers in
Foreign r Domestic Dry Goods
,V' Our customers are ensured Modeeate
Raes and a strict adherance to the One Price
Jan. 6, 1851. 11-tf
DUNN & DURYEA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
No. 238 King street,
SAMUEL . LiNN, CHARLESTON, S. C.
May 21st, 1851. 30 .f
W. A. KENT & MITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
ES.T A BLISHMENT,
No. 268 King-street, corner of
VentWorth, Ch.arleston, S. C
Purchasers will find at all tines a full
and complete stock ot Gent's.
W. A. KENT. O. H. MITCHELL
Mlautaufactory 113 WaslIingtoua
Stores N. V.
Mal 1849 30 tf
MUSIC, MIUSICAL INSTRUMIENTS.
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C.
SAMUEL C. DUNN,
NO. 2Q- IIAYNE SR'IIET,
Cluarles tosa,.. C.
March 14 .85 ' 19-f
Great J t ea : in hberleston.
ATr DUIN & N1IRYEA'S,
238 Bend of Kin4 rreet.
.WTE Are now selling- our Stock .+t re
re markably inw -pric--Nent Linen
Coats as low as 75 cents : Vsyr neat Linetn
andI Marseilles es at 75 rents ; Black
dress Alpacnca te at 42; Black dress
Pants $2 ; Linen Pants at from 81 to 83,
very pretty patterns; Black Cloth Dress
;tdu Frock (bats at 88. Our Stock is
ntow tlhs'.nsost complete in the city, and
wvill be sold at prices to corre~spo.nd with
the above, and with nur reputat ion o~f being
the cheapest and best Clothing Store in
the city-a hose in want are invited to give
us a call..
June i, 1852. 32-tf
Dry Goods for Fall Trade
Wv. G. BANOROFT,
253 and 255 KINa-SaZxT.
(One door behaw~ Wentw. rt-Street.)
.We would again respectfully invite the atten.
lien of our friends and customer, in the country,
to our vxtenslve Stuck of DRY GOODS, when
they visit our City. Always in hand
SOUTH'IERN MIAN UFACTURED,
Consisting of Georgia Plairnes and Kerseys.
Alabama de' do.
Plain and Striped Osnabergu.
Blloached and Brown Domestics
SUPER DUFFIL ilLANKETS-DIRECTr
We would also part icularly invite attention to
our 151PORTATlION of SILKS and DRESS
GOODS, being one of the LARGEST
STOCKS IN TH 1ESOUTHERIN COUNTRY.
.We are also pre red to furnish every article
in the Dry Good. Lne, viz: Houlers, Golves'
Linea., Flannels, Clotha,,Casimers, Bomnbazines,
Alpaccas, Merenoes, Mloussellain de Laine's,
Plaids, Jaconets and Swiss Muulins, Furniture
Dinuity, Prints, tsinghamns, Shawls, Laces, Edg.
ing, Ribbon., Trimmings, &ec., (c.
September 23, 1851. 48-.tf
The subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and customers, that he is now receiving,
at his. old stand. No. 26 HAYNE-STamar, (tup
staIrs.) from England, Germany, France and the
Northern States, a complete assortment of
Staple anlb anty IOrtes Qoobs,
Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, &c,
as per C Nigue annexed, wh Isperd
to sell ... .eason able tenr,atTVioy,g,,e only,
to the Country Trade ,,1, resnectfully solicits
a call, being deternuned to e-) as tow as ay
Hoeus, in the City.-- E. G. BROWN.
Sil aid tra. Bnes, BibbonFlowersi and
1~ k Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Scarfs, Cravats,
Together wilth a complete assortment of Milline.
ry Goods, Dress and Cloak Trimmings, &c.
Guns, RIfles, Revolving and other Piistls,
Percussion Caps, Game & Shot Bags, Powder
Knives, Scissors, Razors, Gent's Travellin~g
Writing Cases, Work Boxes, Fancy Stationary,
Coats' Spool Cotton, Conmmon do., Tapes,
Buttons, Cernbs, Needles, Pins, Brushes, Ce.
Soaps, Perfumery, Inks,
And a general assortment of Fancy Articles,
Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry,
5Marine Time Pieces, French Mantel Clocks4
Common Brass and Wood Clhecks, &c.
English and German Guns Bird Cages and
Traps, and various other articles too numerous
N.B.-Juzst received from Paris the m,t
splendid assortment of Gilt and Geld Jewelry
ever offered In this market. E. G. B.
October 14, 1851. 50-tf.
The suibsoribe haigucased the STOCK
OF GOODS beforging' to A. J. &r P. Moses
will continue blesiness at their old stand, and
assures his friends, and the puhlie generalli'
that he will do all in his poweti to aterit -the:v
confidence and ~2Uo~te.
L t 7g la a1 -
LORTH:land deset - ts .+,$
the citizens oa CouSy at -- -
nounce Colonel JOHN A'C-U
a Candidiie to R
County in the-next LegiM iti
AMil 13, 1852.
'FOR O D2.12
t'r r Editors4~
please announce WILLIAM' H 'ORU
HON ai a candidate for the OBic -
nnry or Sumter District, astie no 10
April 27th, 1852
LT Time friends of .3d -
HAYN8 WORTH, Enaq;, unoiinct -
a Candidate for the ~Offce of Ordingrj
Sumter District at the; ensuing elecflA -.
* FO.RL CLERJC.- 4
GT We are authorisd.:i
announce T. J. DINKINS, Esq., jCandi
for Clerk of the Court, as the ensuing elec Ia#
DIANY VOTERSD A..
April 16th 1851 25 4
O7 Mr. Editor : Please aa
nounce Mr. J. J. M1cKEl.LAt, a ai
date for Clerk of the Court, for Su -
District, and oblige MAteY VogriB.
April 13, 18.52. 25.-tf
FOR TAX COLLECTOR'
Mr. Editor: Please announce Mr.RO5 --,
W. DURANT, a Candidate for Tax-C I
of Salem County, at the next Election,
oblige DIART Vovxa '
January 14, 1852. 13=sf -
ES' Mr. Editor: You will plea".
Captain P. DI. GIBBONS, a Candidast to
Tax-Collector for Salem county, at'tho e n ila
Election, and oblige Atar VoTax
Of Mxssas. EDITORS: Please annou
Mr, OIN F. BALLARD, a randidate fo
Collector, at the next election, and ohlg .
'ebruary 5th, 1851 . 15- ..sifl 4
(I-' ' e are authonszedvto i'
annuunce ALEXAND1ER4 WA--'i, E
as a Ctandidate for Tax Collector,oi Clare -;
wont county at the ensuing Electioif
'MANY FRIENDS -=r
The Friends ofThod
L. SAl1TH, announce him as a candidate fer'-'
the office .f Tax Collector, for the County of-=.
November6, 1850 2
Wi %e are aun r*
to announce Capt.' J. W. bTUCl a pan
didate for Tax Collector for bahU:l
the next election. -
Oct. 16th, lb0 51 -
S'The 'etudsof oh
G. W HITE Esq antoieurdlii. as aCandid.
for Tax Colfecit.r of Claranipn: county at
Throeg ;Fare fo x arld
t>N. rU B ALMi M
'IU ()J'l LA a -L_.H
*YNi- -YR 20
THE GitEA'T MAIL. ROUtfE jL$
CI-IA RLES'I ON, S. C- "'"
LEAVING the Whbarf at the .oi o d
Laurens-st. daily at 3, p. m. ei -
arrival ot the southern: care, .vin
M\INGTlON, N. C., trntm wis cet4i
two daily tram. tare disin;t'ckat' d
and '2 P~ M.; the 83 o'clock '4dgkitesiu
Weldon with the linae t" 1-Ph#
delpin, anid New-Y~ork. Tige pubi
tetapecuul:y moi.rned shut se ate'aiae -
th.'se Enecs, :a. in tin~i r..te .uisdit:0 -
are ns. Vt,ated by wel, Lioss i ard d
peraenced commtianders; the tail -
are in fine orzder, (theo - W ndld t
and Weldon, as wetls as the ieat td
anid Rosnoke havaniu recenatly been rdaid
with heavy Trasil) thereby sec urig- ~lh
.anfety and despaat. h. By these aus
pas.-engers avaaiing thiemises'~ - .t
FlRET1 TRAIN many reach tisarite ,
40( honrn.. Philadelphiia an 45~ hoursat
Zf w Yonre m 50 l-2 hious;. and b:I
SEGOtND 'I RAIN they arrzve 1i -3a
limore mn (0 hours, l'hatadeli i a a
hoaurn, and New-.York in fiII-1
Thbrouigh tiaketa can atdone i.e 'hif
E. WINSLOW, Agent of thde~ ip i ng o
and Raleigh Rail Road Company. at t 2e4
olfice ot the Coma1ny, tuot 1u1 Laurnmd
strsee, Charlestoni, 8. C., to whinm plead~
ri HE Sub'scriber, graseil (nr ihelisaeral
llptroniage lair -tofori' beatw'sie,
him, takes thin method of informing theje~i
of Sumter and the adjohning D~istrleti s 10
still continues to carry on the CA1ItI lEa4
H ARNIb E88 A Klt business iin all t.il
ous branches, as lhin stand in Bishopville
lie in making lag additions to is Easab461
ment, so as to enable him. sufeurd e'ter
shing wpnsa, in his line, ,ls 6s41s os~e
the &asfi States, has y eas
lesndtimber palso mis unsj
and Mountings of the i
All new work done in ~~'i~~*l
ranted 1i' moinths ande rwplei1 wnthout chafgo
if Is fall In that time. i e will do repairi~
the shortest notice, and in case any person llt~
as a disance should want repairins donc~ifrthy
will write so that eff'ect, he will send for b.'
job, and return It when done.
JAS. W. A MBROS.
N.B.-His .raaxs are as reasonabbi a
erson could expet. -,
Jishiopville, S. L., March 9, 1852. 20t-ly '
g' Black River Watchan ss
Qi D. VA UGHAN, wne is:it il.i e
*-"dy of the Sherfit' ol i~t(Mi~)stricts
by virtue of cert-in Write of C~naefd
IStaflaciendumatl, nat hle -anit hon - if
.\rMtae" h avgi' t leat mnan uff, t j
we'i liib as hi'e a.n nut h, 01 bja ..alc an -
efl is, is pi-itioni to the Caisrt of -'n~
mots Phlaa proyingr tlrnt he nay '~.)i
ted aiha ch ebetita ot the Acts oft tllG
roli .asemidlay made t'oe the rebld _~ pr-A
vent debato. Itis ordere d utatie -i
Thsomas AlGee, andl all othera, ithe -.t~
nira to whom the saids C.D. Vanha -~5j
w.Re mnuebted, he, atnd they 4
nuimmone'd, and have noticeor~p~
fore the said Court at Son'-t( ~il
on the Eighth daiy ot Nnveij
shew. cause, if any po '
prayer oaf the petition f
bgranled. ~ .