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00 M 8W4 N BRCHANTS.
I MMODA TICON WJARF,
S-UIJAIu.ESTON, S. C.
teceive anl--sill Ut'ton, Corn, Flour,
W*td all6li6t atticleat 6f Pto'ure, and give
4 enlion totig selecliah of FndI
SC i~aon ror seling Cotton, Fifty
N per bale.
A OANTT. wfTrFIELD WALKER.
i --Trerence-Col. P. 1. ses and R. C.
s24, 1852. 41
P 0. Kec
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rand Dealers in
3on a tic Dry G 5
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rnce to th rice
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CHAILESTON, S. C.
2 85 30 tf
A KENT & MITCHELL,
S Clothing and Out-Fitting
No. 268 King-street, corner of
Wentworth, Chdrleston, S. C
Purchasers will find at all times a full
and complete stock of Gent's.
-. KENT. . tH.?4ITCIEJ.L
WNaaSunfactory 113 Wnslasangtoea
Stores N. Y.
May 1849' 30 tf
, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C.
SAMUEL C. DUNN,
NO. 20 HAYNE, STREET,
bra ch ist.-185 19-tf
BY H. L. BUTTERFIELD
MeetIangSt., Claarleston, S, C
September 16, 18.51 . 47-tf
3Black Crape at 23 Cents
And superior qualities at 31 1-4 and 37 1-2
centsayard. These will be found remarkably
low. W. J. JACOBI & SON,
221 King-st., (bend,) opp. ihe Big ikoot.
June 29, 1852-.6
Dry Goods for Fall Trade
IN CHARLESTJON, S. C.
W. G. flauncr'oflt & Co.,
253 KZNG-S-r. (2 doors below Wentworilh-St.)
Constantly on hand,
SILKS A ND SI LK GOODS,
Dress Goods of all descriptgions,
4i~ Alpaccas, Merinoes and Bomibazines,
Primt and Ginghams,
Cloths, Cassameres and Vestings,
Hlosiery. Gloves, &c., &c., &c.
Georgia Plain and Kcrseys,
Plain and Striped Usnaburgs,
.Bleached andc Brown Domestics,
Our b usiness is done strictly for Cash
and on the One Priee S'ystem, and we are
confident no house in the city cani giv'e
Charleston, S. C., Sept.21r1852. 48-4mu
LATE THE FIRM OF DICKSON & LATTA
would respectfully inform hsis friends andi thme
public enerally, that ho is now receiving a va
net oflHeavy andl Fanny Groceries, w hicha he
~. willisell low for casha-Two doors above lthe
Planters' 1iotel, and immaediately oppoisite, Janmes,
Cme,.C. Dec. 10th, 1850 9:f
Valuable Woodland Near
THE TOWN FORL SA LE
'Between 17 and 18 acres of hind ling
at Turkey Creek near Sumnterville. willbce
sold on accommnodating, terrus to an ap,
proved purchaser. Apply at this office.
Jan. 27th, 1852 14--if
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND
Th'~e dubscribor would respeciully in
form thu citizens of Sumter and adljic ent
Dieticts, that hie has just opened ini Stnm
t'erville a beautiful ausortmient of
Clocks and Watches,
N1rpochmes, JFinger Rings, Cull' Pins, lsar.
Ringe,Buckels, Slideu' Fob, Vest, Guard
Chaims, of Steel, Silver and Gold-;d
and Silver Pens and Pencil Cases; Specta
eles of various kinds ; White and Coral
Beads, Bracelets, &c. &c. All of which
will be sold at Charleston prices for Cash,
"I . 6 TP. MASON,
.One store south of
Mrs. Hutlbert's Millenery.
I~ 5:-Repairinig of every description
done im the very best mannier and at thme
shortest notice. W- All work done by
mne, warranted to give satisfaction.
C. TP. M.
D)ee'mber 2, 1851 El tf
S hereby given that application will he
made at the next Session of the Legis
Iature for a Charter for a Bank in the T own
July 20O, 1852, 3'--td.
OfFERS for sae, for eak, or tan
aud wat. NeLECTEO asitaeut ot
Agent for the
TENT AND FA
ING appointed the Agent of NEWMAW
& Bno7NER's PIANO FORTES, I can
recominend them as being finished in ex
quisite manner, with an entire Iron Frame
to keep them in tune, and not liable to get
out of tune so readily, with English Grand
Action, 6 to 7 octaves. in Roaewood cases.
These Pianos are manufactured in Halti.
more, in a Southern State, warranted to
stand the climate; not to wind or draw up.
I shall he pleased to receive orders, and
will have them delivered by a competent
person, who will put them up and tune
Terms moderate and easy. Call and
see before purchasing elsewh'ere.
PERRY MOSES, Agent.
June 28, 1851. 3-tf
F. M. ANDREW@
TAKES this method 0l
i.nforming the citizens of
Sumtsrville and vicinity that
he has opened in Euiierville'.+p poeite the new
Preshb-terian Church, a C'AI ET WARE.
ROOM, wvhere lie will keep for sale, cheap, all
such furniture un comes under this department
of his trade, which he will warrant of good
material ; and will furnish for cash, at Charles
Ion price., all descriptions of Furniture made.
Reiairing executed at the phortest notice.
Mnhogany and plain Coffins funished with
Having procured the services of Mr. C. W.
DAVIs, lie is prepared to furnish Metallic Plates
en raved in any style.
II the subnber asks is a fair trial, and
hopes by punctual attention to business and
easy terms, to merit public patronage.
hebruary 17, 1852. 17-ly
D. J, WINN
Would respectfully inform his friends and
the ptublic generally that he now has on hand
andlof.rs for sale on reasonable terms a large
and splendid assortm,-nt of Cloths, Cassiners
and Vestings, with Hats, Ca
Suspender", Cravats, Socks, fine iW
en and Merino Shirts, Drawei U,
Gloves, handkerchiefs, Umbrellas, &c.
bten and Boys Reauy Made Clothing of eve
ry description and variety.
Complhte lilitary Otfits, Uniforms, Swords,
E; aulh-tts, &C., furnilshed at short notice.
Uniforms for Sumter Riflemen furnished on
Susnatea'ville, 8. C.
Rcepectfutlly informs the people of Stum
ter District that hie has 'ust receive.] and I
now offers for sale the at~ selecied andj~
miost choice stock of
Spriuag nd Sumnusser Goodw
That has ever been brought to this market.
ie has received many new styles of Sprin and
Summer Goods, whtich purchasers v'oud do
well to examine be fore buying elsewhere.
Black, Blhuc,Green and mixed Broad-Clothes,
Plain anid Fancy Cassimceres- Satin. Velvet,
anid Silk Vestings, Ikoys and Miens Caps, &c.
A full and large sup~l of Hiosiery, Gloves,
Suspendlers, Cravat., andkerchIefs, &c. &c'.
all of which wvill be sold on the must liberal
ternm,, andl at prices to stuit the times.
3j' Garment. mannfactured by the subscri
her, and wvarranted to give satisfaetion. Or
dens from a distance promptly attended to.
lie may he found at the stand formerly oc
ruspi-d by A Conwtay, anid more recently by
DI. WV. Price.
April27, 1852 25 tf
IThe First of the Season.
'HEj~ Subscriber wotuld infornm the citi
Izena of Sumterville and vicinity, that
h~e is now receiving a. large. flute, anid well
selected stock of C L OT H1 8, CASSI
MERIES, AND VEST1ING8, bot, plain
nortt- df ISADY MAD)E CIX',0iHNG,
embracing every quality. variety and style,
both for men anid boys. Call and see at
A pril 13, 185. 25'.if.
Great Excitement in Charles'tod.'
AT DUNN & D)URYEA's,
238 Bend of King-Street.
IUE Are now selling our Stock at re.
U mnrkablv low prices--Neat Linten
Coats as low as 75 cents;: Very neat Lineni
and Marseillen Vests at 75 cenits; Dlack
dlress Alpacca Coats at 62; Black dIress
P'ants 82 ; Linen Pants at from 81 to $3,
very pretty patterns; Black Cloth Dress
and Frock Coats at 68. Our Stock is
ntow the muost complete in the city, anid
will be-sold at prices to correispontd with
the above, antd with our repttioni of being
the cheapest andi beast Clotin~u Store in.
the city--those in wvant are invited to give
us a call.
June i, 1852- :22-t f
Cheaper than Ever,
A tot of colore Barages, at 8 cents pryarud
Silk Warp Bareges, at 18 3-4, 25 ani 31 l-4c.
Suiperfine qtuality Paris Bare es, at 70 centt.
Extra super irohe Embrodered Rareges.
Stuperfime Silk Tissue Silks -and Tissue Silks,
at 25 and 31 l.4c.
Fine quality Alourning Mfuelins, slightly dam
age, at half price, 12 1-2 cents.
C'ol'd M uslins, yard wide, at 12 1-2, 18 3-4, 20
and 25 cents.
(Col'd Mfuslin.., 54 wIde, rct 25 cents.
White Etab/d Swas Mluslinis, at 18 3-4, 25 and
31 1-4 &cttr
Col'd La wns and Col'd Emh'dl Atuelins, 12 1.2.
Striped Linen Lustre. at 10 cenats.
Superior Silk acid Linen Poplinis, at 311-4
Strong Bhlce Shirtings,8Stripes anid Ticking,-,at
6 1-4 cents, and
A lot of AMaelith Insertings antd falgings, at half
price, td c lose omt, at
W. J. JACOBI & SON,
221 King-st., opposite the Blk Bo'ot.
J*.u 29, 1852- 36-tf
150 BU"."ELS OIF ,C 0 R N , Just re
.s, Caa * an M AVI ta alsnts
N An San"11OtrLS, FAxeir Soars,
IAN CAMratas, &c.&.
I Liv I er.Oi
Ith every article .
A DRUGGIST OR PIHYSICIAN,
Whatever concerns the health and happiness
of a peoAte Is at all times of the rost aluible
impurtance. I take it for granted that every
p-rson will do all in their pow er, to save thle lives
Of their chidren, and that every person will r
Weavor to promote their own health at all sacri
flces. I feel it to be my duty to solemnly assur
you that Woaxm, according to the opinion of
the most celebrated Physicians. are the primary
caus.n of a large majority of diseasen to which
children and adults are liable - if you have an
appetite continually changeable from one kind
of food to another. Bad Breath, Pain in the Sto
mach, Picking at the Nose, Hardne"s and Full.
ness of the Belly. Dry Cough. Slow Fevei,
Pulse Irregular-remember that all these denote
Woaxs, & you should at once apply the remedy
Blebemeack's Worsim Syruep.
An article founded upon Scientific Principles,
compounded with purely vegetable substances,
being perfectly safe when taken, and can lie
given to the most tender Infant with decided
hnefilial efect, where Bowel Complaints and
Diarrhes have made them weak ad debilitated
the Tonic properties of my Worm Syrn p are
such, that It stands without an equal in the cats.
logue of medicines, in giving tone and strength
to the Stomach, which makes it an Infallable
remedy for those afflicted with Dyspepuia, tihe
astonishing cutres performed by this 8 rup after
Physicians have falle4, is the best evidence of its
superior efficacy over all others.
This in the most difficult Worm to destroy of
v1l that infest the human system, it grows to an
almost indefinite length becoming so coiled and
fastened to the Intestines and Stomach effecting
the health so sadly as to enuse St. Vitx Dance,
Fits, &c., that those afflicted seldom if ever
snspect that it is Taps Worm hastening them to
au early grave. In order to destroy this Worm, a
very energetic treatment must be pursued, it
would therefore be proper to take 6 to 8 of my
Liver Pill@ so as to remove all obetrnctions, that
the Worm Syrup may act direct upon the Worm,
which mst he taken in doses of 2 Tablespoon.
ful. 3 times a day, these directions fb'lowod
have never been known to fail in iuring the
most obstinate case of Tape ihrm.
Nobensack's Liver Pille.
No part of the system in nmore liable to disease
than the LIVER, it serving as a filterer to pur.
fy the blood, or giving the proper secrttion to
the bile ; so that any wrong action of the Liver
efects the other important parts of the system,
and results variously, in Liver Complaint,
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c. We shold therefore
watch every symptom that might indicate a
wrong action of the Liver. These Pills being
composed of RooTs and Pr.ANTs furnished by
nature to heal the sick': Namely, lot. An Ex
PSCTomANT, which augmet.ts the secretion from
the Pmonary mucus membrane, or promotes
rge of secreted matter. 2nd, Att AL.
'which changes in some inexplieas,
manner the certain sno 4
giv one c an s gRgeino mom nlcas
rge ' Ice '1. A 'P t , a eh6t
and' g ohe. sysesen,
renewing health an1 vigor to alijliwa-i f the
body. 4th, A CATrARTec, which acts injra
feet harmony with the other ingredienfu and
operating on the Bowels, and expelling she
whole mass ofcorrupt andi vitiated matter, and
inrifying the Blood, which destroys disease amnd
.You will find these Pills an Invalumable medi:
cine In many complaint. to which yoma are aulb
et. In obstruction. either total or peatal,thoy
have been found of inestimnabie benefit, restoring
their functional arrangements to a healthy ea
tion, purifying the blood anti other fluids so
eff-ectually toput to flight all complaint. which
may arise from female irregnlarities, as henal
ache, giddiness, dimness of sight, pain In time
side, back, &c.
None genuine sunless signed J. N. HIOD.NIAes:,
all others being base Ittationm.
PRLCE-EA ACH 25 CTS.
27 Agents wishing new supplies, anti Store
Keepers desirous. of beconming Agents nmumst ad-.
:dress thme Proprietor, J. N. HIOBENSACK,
Fomr sale by all Druggists and Merchaunts in
thme U. S.
P. M. Cotnxx, Chmarleston, Wholesale Agent
f, r the State.
Auguast 10th, 1852 42-.ly
AT THlE 0O.9 STAND OF B. .& .5. Ott.ntFnt.
S. &E.$). 9 LBDElR T
continne the CA RIA GE
- -BUSINEx8 at time above
tand-No. 35 and 49 Wentwormh.street,
Charleastet1r'e tli'j Will be pleased to
'exhibit tai'tleir oldi friendN anti cusmtomhers
a very extensive Stock of Vehuicles, com-.
prisinmg those of their own manufacture,
togethter wills various other styles usually
founid in tis market. Their long acqtuaitnt
nnce with this mnrket as mnnufnecturera
anid-dbzldriu Wtill dhaf~d'rlem to r'fer great
insdiemdht's t'o pumrchasety both' in mstyles
Atuguset 24, 1852. 44-tf
A pplication will be matde to time nest St.5ion
of tihe State Legislat sire for a re-charter of my
Bridge across Lynchles Creek. , Tsf..
A ug. 2, 18t52 41--3m
Freshl Goshmen Btutter,
"Virgina andi Moinnin Blutter
For sale by ROBERT LAT1TA
Catmden, Nov 25, 1651. I-tf.
STOCK OF 1)RtY-G, 00DS,
AT R EDS'CEt) PSICES.
W. J. JA COBI & SON will this dnay comn
menmce offering the whole of thetir large andl
iveil selected Stock of Dry-Gwoodsm at greatly
Redumced Prices, to which they invite tihe at.
tention of purchmasers and dealers.
W. 3. JAC OBI & SON,
221 1(ing-st., hend, opp. the lig Root.
Charleston, June 29, 1852. 36-if
Tme suibscriber having purchased tihe STOCK
OF GOODS belon'ging to A. 3. & P. Moses,
will cdhtindh blisinesa et their old standi, atil
satis bit friblids, anid tilu pubhi generally,
that ihe wildo'ail in hiis power to nmerit their
confidenmce and' patronmage.
Feblruary 10, 1852 16 if
R. J. M.u~ STIAGGER8, having located
hs aMurraity's Ferry, permanentiy, olers
Jtinec 4th i?'.. t
us X1 A!
diie in hin line of business; having ereerolsed
the utmost diffig=en1a buyi:g them CHEAP
AND GOOD, (an goods kl bought a
iol) he can make it anohjiet to any o[Wszo
make t, bill. wiit hlo, either at Wholesale or
Betall. PERRY MOSES.
April 6th, 1862 24-if
(At the old stand of A. J. & P. Afos,)
Offers to his friends and ili public nerally,
a freh supply ofevery variety of gda geledted
by himself, viz: In Dry Gooi1- . ,
3.4, 7.8, 4.4, 5.4, up to 12.4 Domestics, from
5cents a yard up, ot less by the quantity.
Brown Linens at-12 1-2 cents a yard,
Colored muslins, and Linen Lustteu, 8 yards
to the dollar.
White Crupe Shawls at $5 00
Baltimore Flour, (warranted good) at $0 50
25 Sacks Salt.
Barrels of Lard.
Old Government Java Coffee in Mals.
Sugars of all kinds, some excellent quality at
Sperm and Adamantine Candles, less than
they can he bought regularly in Charleston by
the box. Almonds, Italsons, Figs, Currants,
Citron, Candy, &c.
in great variety, at very low prices, and he
DEFIES competition in Hardware, Cutlery
nnd Carpenter's Tools.
April 27th, 1852 27-f
A ,000 Bushels of'Coan.
W ANTED by the subscriber One Thotn
and Bushel. of Corn, for which the
highest market price will be paid.
February 10, 1Q52. 16-t f
Freph Goshen Butter.
Iaf, Crush, Clarafied and Brown Sugars.
Best Rio atnd JavaL Cofrece.
Sardines, Lobsters, Salmond and Mackeral.
Pickels, Preserves, &c.
Also CHEESE of the DURInAs Brand. that
will keep in any climate, and Improve with
age, at PERRY MOSES'
Lb. 17th, 1852 17-.tf
Swedes anti English, Broad and narrow
Bar, Square, Round and Oval; Hoop. Band
and Boiler Iron. Cnst, Germnan and Blister
Steel. Sn ith's Tools. Carpetiler'n Tools
Batggy Axles and Springs. Carriage Trim
inings. Ihollow Ware, Cut and Wrought
Nails, always onl hand and for' satine low
by PERRY MOSES.
Feb. 24, 1852 18-ti
AT THE CAMIDEN BAZAAR.
The .uloscribers have jo-ist received their new
ansoninent of SPRING A N D SUtMMER
.OO8, which consists partly of
Calicoes, Gingliam'., plain and embroidered
Lawns, Fancy Mushnp, at all prices; Linen
Cambric assorted colors; Cambric and Mtluline,
plain and cheeked; Crepes, Baregem, Challys,.
Delaines, Tissu Silk., and a great variety of
other articles suitable fur Ladies' Dresses.
A .so.-A large assortment of Linen Cambric
1l,dkfio, Needle-worked Collars and Cuffs,
Chemiseits and Caps, Muslin and Lace Sleeves
Capes and Mantillas, Lace and Mutilin Ldging
and Inserting, Bonnets and Ribbons of-the
newest styles, Ivory, Black and Feather Fanp,
Umbrellas and 'amsolp, and a great variety of
other ar".cles too numerous to name. ,
They recommend their stock of bleached
and br~own Shiriing, blue and striped Home
spun., Cotton and Linen Osnahurgis, 1k-4",
anti every kind of Towelling and Tle li.
ve assortmentof Hosiery of everyde
Ia*,iThread Lace and Silk 01 oves
T1 yliv hi iends to call at their Store,
feeling cer l --ritbeto -aisfretiu ti
e3ery.1wy, issleell in the prien as in the asort
ment of the Gooals. -M. DRUCKER & CO.
A pril 20. 1852. -26-if
New Fall and Winter Goods,
.The subscribers are now receiving and open.
ing their usual supply of Dry Goods, liardware
anid Groceries, tihe price. of which w'ill be very
ntuch reduced, and invite their friends and the
ptublic to exanmine theitr stock.
M. DRUIICKER & CO.
Camden, Oct. 8,'51. 1..if
New Spring Goods,
M. D~auucKERa& Co., have just received thecir
new .upply oi SPRtING AND SUMMERKI
CLOThilNG, to which they would intvite the
attention of time public, at the samte time they
wouldl recommiendl their Siock of Outfitting Ar
ticles, viz: Shirts, Collari., Cravats, Undler
garnmenti, I losiery, Gloves, Suspenders, &c.
A pril 20, 1852. 26-if
IPersonn havingi udematnds agninst te
- state of, 0. S. RIEES, dlrecsd, will
ha~nd ihem ini prolperly attesied, andm thoise
indebted wvill miake imtmed inte piaymtet to
W . W ATIES 11E ES.
M ay 4. 1852. 28.-ti'
All persns indebted to ine individually,
or ns Ordimary. will please smake immnedi.
ate paymeer,- as it ia absolutely necesairy
that f close tip my business, some part of
which htas been of borg standing tnnsetiled,
and which I am dleterined shall remaini
so no longer. f hope imy friends will alltend
to this at once, and give tte anid thjetmelves
as little trouble as iiay be.
All per.,mrt rrihig denmands against the Es
te,'?d difF. S. ilelser, deceased, will present them
duly attested; antd those indebted will make
pamn to E, M. Andersont Es.q., Sumterville,
S. C., L.OUiSA BELSERI, Adtn'r't
Oc t. 20ih, 1851- 52 if
ihave applointedl Mr. Santuel E. Wilsod-my
Ageni io settle uip all' tIle nmatten~ di ltdf k--iat.
oh Co!. Ste~pheit Lacoste, liste o$fthlk I istrici.
ANNA E. LACOSI'E.
, All persditlk llaving denmnds against the Es.
tale'oif Ste ,ben Lacoste will present themu duly
alttsmed. 'hose indebted ill milake imnmediage
pauymentis to 8. E. W.ILSOiN, Agent.
May 7sh, 1851 28 if
A Pesons Notice,
AI, eron intdebted to thme stibicribier
by Note orAccount are respectfully
sohieiied to call and settle immtiedliatt'ly tas
circutances coinpel him to call on them.
1. .. WINN.
March 15, 185'l 21-tif.
Garden Seed-Crop 1851,
.Just received a fresh suipply, in fidng every
variety which are WARR- Et~ Lk AIimS
P(RYSI'AO ATOE.S, Onion Serts, &c.
at PERRY MiOSES,
Feb.- 17th, I65% 17-itf
TORACC tO.'' TOA CCO!.'
BA RGA INS to be had mthe abotve nyticle
Fe b. 17thi, 1852 17-t f
Butter Lard, Bacon & Corn
P ME ountain Butter, (in uimall Filrkin,).
do: dlo. Leaf Lard', do.
North Carolina Bacon,
FAUNDIC D18PENS1A.--, NIC
and 01 -
- diiedse. dr.
td 'Litter e ISq
namqah,Se a:se Cda i~d
tion,' IsMi % Piles,P d7nee
or Blood to 'the Head,' Acidity, of
the Stomach, Nausm, Hcqrt-brirn, Dis.
gIgst for Food, Fuiness or Weight in the
StoMaach, Sour Eruciations,Sinking or Flut
trring at the pit, qf the. Stonach, Saim
mtig the Head, lJurried and Diffi.
reuthing, Flyttering at the
Ieart, Choking or sufoceting
sensM~ations erhen in a lyilo
.osture, Dimness pjf
Vision dots' or
. higa t
Fever and dull pain in the Iead. Deficiency
of Perspiration, Yellowngss of the Skin and
Eyes, Paln in the Side, Back, Chest. I.imbs,
&P.., 8nddetn Flushes ot Heat, Buridng in the
Firsh, Constant Imagining of Evil. and Great
depressioin of Spirits. can be efli-etuialy cured by
. DR. IIOOFLAND'S ..
Celebrated GCraau Bitters,
PiREPARE), B .
Dr. C. in. Jackson -
AT TIlE GERMAN MEDICINE 8I'ORE,
120. Arch Street, Philadeopila.
Their power over the aboye tienses in not
xcelld-if equalled-by- any other prepara.
tion in the United States, as thIe enre. attest, in
ninny cases after skilful physielatmsn had failed.
These Bittern are worthy the attention of
inlvalls-. Possemsing great virtieus in the ratifi
cation elf diseases of- the Liver and ,lesser
glands, exercising the umost searling powers In
weakniess and africiioni of tihe dlgestiveorganms,
they are withal, safe, certain and pieasant.
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
From the Boston Ice.
The editor said, De. 2mil
Dr. Koelland's (elebruted -Gernan litters
for the cure of Liver Comuplainit, Jauadice,
Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, in de.
served ly one of the most popular suedicines of
the day. These Bitters have beetn ied by thou.
rands and a friend at our. elbow says lie has
himself received an efectual and pernianent
enre of Liver Complaint from the use of ithls
remedy. We are convinced that in the use ot
these Bitters, the patient constantly gains
strength and rigor-a fact worthy of great con
sideration. They are pleasant in taste and
siell, antd canm lie used lay (ermom with the nast
delicate stomachls nith safety, under anly cir.
cuinstamces. We are speaking frmom experience,
ant to the afflicted we adise their use, -
"Scott's Weekly," one of the best -Literary
papers publishetid snid, Aigust 25
D}r. lloofland's German Bitters,nmnanufactured
by Dr. Jacksoi, atre nOW recosmmeaunded by
some of the most protninent tmembers of tihe
faculty an an article of tmuch eflicacy in
cases of female weaknetss. An such it the
case, we would advise all mothers to obtain a
bottle, and thus sue themselves much sick
ness. Perons of debilitated 'constithtions will
finld these Bitters advantageous to their healh,
as we know from expcricnee the salittary efihet
they have upon weal systems.
The ' Philadelphia Saturiay Gacztte.' time
beet famil * nwspaper pliished is. the United
Staten. the editor says of
Dr. lHooland's Germaun Bitters.-It Is sehlom
.that we recommend what are terimed Patent
3ledicines, to) time contfidennaek and patronage of
our readers; anti therefore when we recomiend
Dr. Ilooflantd's German Bitters, we wish it to
be distinctly understood that we are not speak.
ing of the nostruis of the day, that are noised
abutt for a brief period and then fuorgotten after
they have done their guilty race of mischief,
but of a medicine onig estuabiilhed. mniversally
ptized, and which hs mget I lie hearty approva
of the facilty itself."
W Evidenice. upon evidence has been re
celved (like the foregolig,) fron mtall sectis of
the Union, time last three years, and the strong.
est testimony it its favor. Is, that ther is. More
of it used il the practice of tihe regular Physi.
cianis of i'lmiladelphia, thanl all other motastrun
combined, a Airt that can easily he establislined,
and fully prbling that a scientific pre paration
wmi nan0, %V191 hst-ir q1stt apprtml whIlen pr
sented even in iis forma.
S'Timrthi&.ad.icine will cure Liver Complaint
and I)yspepsia, no onie cii ddukt d'airTlmsing- it
an hreeted. It acts specifically luprmn time St)
macli ad Liver; it is '~referabale toi eniiemel in
ali billious edisceaes--thie effect is immediate.
Theiy cana be adlmiiisteredl to fentmae tsr infant
wish safety anmd reliable bienefit at anmy time.
BEW~ltRE OFt COUtNTEHI,'EITI$.
,iThis mediicine has attaineti thmat highm ciharac
| r wichid is niecessary foir mill medicinies to otain
to indutce counterfeiter, to put forth spumroums
articles at lihe risk of the liv es of these who are
Loo~k elli t tihe smrks of the gennuine.
They have thme wvritten signature tif C. Mf.
JA(CKSON upomn thme wrpr andi bis smume
bmlownm in time bottle, seithout erhich threa spu
Fmr saie Whoiesuie amit Retail at time
No. 120 A reh-Street, one dieair iselow Sixtm,
Phliladelphiia; atud lay respectable teielrs gene
raliy through thei coumntry.
Tmo eniable nil classes tof imnvalids to enijoy m he
advanmtages of their great restosrative power.
imnel noille 7fi cemuts.
Ailso for sale by ft. S. MKEI T-,
Drumggist, Sumsterviille, S. V.
2% '. lmWhiesalm Agentt for Georgiat, South
andit North Caroiinas.
iDec. 23, io61. Chmariletaon,8. C.
Encourage Home M~anufac
rI'lIE Stahmeribmer, gratemui for time liberal
pat ronage heretaftsre betowed tpon
hitn, taken. this metliod uf in forming lihe petopie
of Sumamter anad mthe atdjuiinigiDistricts, that lie
still cotmtimses ts carry ont thle CA RifiAGE andt
IliiARN ES8 AAk-iG bushess ini all its vari
ous.nimtullcm, at hii's standa ih- flsiaptilie, S. (C.
ie is makinig lairge adldiionmi toa ii Estabilish
mtint, 5o its to eablle hmiim tom smanmufactumre ei ery
ahimigwaanted, inm his hine, at the shortest notie,
and ina a style r f wvorkmanshsip equ-mil to iay in
time ~sothelrn States. He~ hant m hits eanplasy ex
perieced workmed-, andi is. weil ssapphled with
tihe best setmastied timbmier; aiso wvithm Trimminigs
aand loutmting.t of thme latest style.
All new wosrk tdsne in his line wtill be wvar
rnmntedl 12 tmonthis antI nrepaired ' wnhaout charge
if it fail isn that timne. lie wrill tdo reliiring~ at
tihe shurmtest tsintit, andI ini case anmy pe~rson living
at a distanc'e shmoultd wanit repairimng tdone, ifmltey
will write to thait elfyect, hi' will sendl for the
job, and retturni it when douni..
JA8.- WV. A.31ROSE.
If.T.-.-flif frahsls arm as iiasonable a aniy
person coultd exteertl.
ilishousville, S. t,. ,Marchm 9, 1 852-. 2O-1-y
5'x7 Bljack Rtiuer Watchmntadm 'till copiy Sit
nimnths. J. WV. A.
Miy 1HOUSE AND) LOT, in thme viliage of
tumttervilk-, whetmre I no~w liv~e. There nre
FliTVFIVE ACRES OF LAND in the lot.
Termts made easy toa time puirchamers.
Jnna. 15, 1852. 13-tf W. LEWi8.
Plantation for Sale,
A valutable piantation situiated in, Sumter
Jgistrict, 12 miles J$aht of Camtien, andt 3'miles
N~srlh sif Sprihmg fHil1 ; cotntaininug 450 acres of
lanid, ambim 200 acres in cumliation; a good
dwellinag huouse and all omther necessary bumd
inmgs thereon ; fine s >rinmgs of water, and ro.
markably hiealthy. he absovet place is a very
pmleamsanmt stumsnmer vesmlence. ApIplication fsr
informntiomnmy ln litade at tihis oflice, or to
the staucriiit' oa thte ipremiiein.
1A RY G RiER.
Land for Sale,
T ilE Subscribmer offhrs his Plantation itn
Clarend'on for sale, contiintg 750)
acres of Land ; 150) teree cleared ; thme
place isi well nettled. On tihe promises
are a good Gin and Screw, horse-Mill
and Wheat Thmrasher. Any person wish
ing to buy, many apply to time subncriber on
time plnce, one maisle above Calvary Church,
oun tho mnaun road to Camden.
.1 C. I4rDDKS.
OR, GASTRIC' 'JVCe
Preparedl from Xxxxxlir, or thefo~urths SteNWsA
of- the O.x, after directional of Baron Liebigr the
great Physiological Chemis, by J. 8, HOVOU.
-cox, M...,4Philadelphia, Pa.,.
This inista truly wonderful remedy forInd -a
tion,, Dyiipepsia, -Jaunice,. Lier Com ,8.
Constipation, and Debilityj Curing -
ture'sown method,byNaturen'sownAgn the
83r Hlalf a teaspoonful of Pepptri,'ifuewd
In water, will digest car dissolive, Five Peins
of Reest Beef, in about tuv hours, out o6f the
Pelwinl in thsee hie f element, or GreatViana't
OBn GA TRIC Jcee oira
iPreparinciph- of'the Gari Ju the 8o'
of ie Food, the lurifying, of resarvin ., ts d
S tim u la tin g A g e n t o f th eSvim m t m a c a I niu t ee -
tines. It is extracted fuom the Digefoiv Rwe
ach of thle Ox, tis foriing an artifieal Dg
tive Flid. precidely like ature A se
Juice in f its Chtmicapowers, and pinrnishi a
Complete and Perfect Subsititute for it, .- Ab
aid of thin prefparation, the points andevt o,
fudigestion imand Dyspepsia, are remnove . Iju' an
they ould be by a enlthy Stomach. ni ide
ing wonders for Dye .ri g l ases of-De
bility, Eaiao, ethu frans relie, anid Dy*I
peptie Consumition. supploed to hean the verge
of fihe strave. Th~e Scientific Evhtlence upon
whichs is imed, in in the higest degree Curi
on and R efrkable.o -
8VIENTIFit i EVIDENCE tI
Baron Lielig lin his celebrate work en Ani.
mal Chemnistry,- tn :ys " An artiicial Digestive
Flnid, ainalogous it) thle Gastric Juice, may he
readily prepared fromt the tonneous memubrane of
the toulaI of tye Calf, in Which varios-d.
cle of fopd, a ymeat and egs, will be softened,
changed and digeted, jut sen tile ame manner
as they woudi - in tihe human tonich.'
Dr. Cmbe; ins his valuable writings on the
" Phyilogy of ligestion," oberves tha "pa
dimiti ion of thie due quantity of thle Gastic
Juice in a prominent und all-prevailing cause of
Dy peps;" and h states hait "adiaigstighed
prfet or of medicine in London, who -is me
verely alited with this complain, finding
every thing #lse to fiil, hatd recours to the
Gaet ri Juice, itslined from the stomach of
living animais, which proved completely ner
a Profeor Dunglipon, o tihe Jefferson College
SPiladelphi, lim hi greats work on itn n thy
siology, devote more thanfifty pages to an ex
atmination f this Su"bject. 'is experialents
with Dr. Beam ont, onl the Gatric Juice ob
-gained fhnm thle living humann stomtach,;and
fromn aimalni, are wel known. "Incase ."
hie says, " digestion otcurred as perfectly in the
artifeial asim tdie natural aigeations." n sh
Dr.Juhn W. m per, Professor of Chemstry,
in the liied College o thle Universito .t
New ork, i bsi "Text Irook of Che "a
page 386, ay,: It has bre euiplenly s W
ther rtificial digesiton coulde perfored-lu
it in now unlivqrsuity -admitted that it May be."f
iradlpiiaier's standasrdt work on mlaogy,
slich Is in the liborry of everyphyieian, and
tam ued an aiText Book in all th Collegae, Is
full of evidence similr -to the' above, re
apectici taie remmarkabta Digestive power of Pap
Pan, and the fact dhat it spay bei readily sie'param
sod from the stomrach of the calf or OCnd used
r ex!perinsepnte in A etiresal g.at,,aiea
.reinedy for diaes of thle mtomfi, sApd.defi.
cNent, ieirtion of "atro Jtneof.
Lg3" UeW mn a" lAgti End geetdec ri
Circular, gratim, igvent a oomtlt-ae aeonft of e
lellif Evimdence similr to he' above, te
wit Reprtiof eemakabe pourft Pep
most nmrveloums ef-, in curt.mt igm. caes f ab.
brjily Emasiaseon. ierv otecli, and 4
pieptse Conuomion. It slin imosc ideto.
th detai oi~m caei tlimits tfdthis vr
beenlr,;t. givenofmre a lwaHred etm ark e
ale Cvaremc, m ohldlha ~ew Ybok,andeh
withsepond the curesrke tonyrapk all
j'yt osfulifor Uteentc Bs. dsrer ie
Dr.mpoinitoee ndi Ague, ana rcd the ifet
mingetimve rgas fvter, am lonig ses.As,
forty exc i ating. ndervo o ree us~ aof ar
pepti Copimt tabo t iirecnislle Hato gith
mThe dtis om of Old ist ltmsofmach pavet
wheeh gie doe note seem To eachirnd remveat
aine. Noes mitdowmia hew m be,,nve
inston tmrloie A sie ere areyallespallte
ucsanite cuptr wer- it oly raped aod
eom'eertt bemaet. periytlaBtmeandhgo
of iod aollrat ronce Aitde nin particular.l
lyorefeu for teiof ey stomachii,tm dsordr, Lier
Catming, mow, cohlr tam te, t the devi esc,
lwsof siritmmr, Deidpotdery Edruc.supon
Dr.emti (oughton's tPlersn is long bycknear y Alo
for eles mine drusg, n mndt Poulr Meicine,
mhroghn t ime itdimate. It almom eo is pepared in
iser for tin (iof Phyii Sanh pa~s
ivam t es ir'clihr theeacetofnPhyeicianat
"mic e otaer immi Dr. m iogtnay heis Agies
duenri f ingthwh le oe fpreparatin Ia
geasm the attoriiie upo nehc thee lailo
f~ nod folloed are oae. sit is ta ecrel.
remi iedyc of uticah ramied aigainramis
uos-eiy o Phyic pn iho rleSetma l tnig n
edtig itascoal su-ra!-vr ote of timhlo, evae
J.e8.kme n-ro, etm.eme D., nsoety Pruprie, Phi.
IE. hizgiSomsIpmissold by al rgit n ealr all
tie deolems. itedtznt oua Mdcns
thogor ue Uie Stmterv i epar I
ital ort iIER &.mBRi TTON...
maDeobmbe o6, 185. '8-glynrhi ge.
slIrmprovhe id protso prpaaions.n
einsl to t m tomthepblicuo that thelalaufc
brgmd, o oet imo cand rapped anI
wice Iimtmhins tha rhemmctto mndon ane
ofte gins ofp te Prace,(n impoemeri wothe
at lsme a'i urears te moren siantue of
adneinnmdton the oprinagian.' Trae aksoma
ofJY teinSl fiys al ofrthegst ateriales ;n
wlitt :em. sadSte ltd ieC
ins wi ll e Srm iy nrptall y atne
to. ILLAM &ELLIS"ON.
taeb rg, s fvur h Su bs t,. cr er wish'
CORER OFmw (so a o hisE ORGhEnt StaREET
bugCo harstpov nd ap.rove. ln
'FiacmbesmEkmta h UScotER, ging onion
t iosed in of is lateirment Isth AwErth
at le&aJ.M.quarterrfsiicit mor than the cot
Them udrss in tef oibr gin:pelso an
lheirmfrens hman the otraelinplic that thelon
ofave est hatib egait til n the mAerias .t
cant S tel cone ami Sting ateioRibs tre,
whree thihare wady l for re er ofawho
wh o rayirhvom i t o them wIth ccam
Miali beM prttplyatt un al-atene
a Cwaadik . fir the
(or Uleof the Court, as
nounce ir. I. J.
lte for Clerk ofribbe
LDistrict, and obhge Ma~
'April I3; I8S2.
*ol - .*
0 C4 ''*
their friend, a the* I
they are now Jyj
selected stck A
n part an follows:
Calicnes, DePaia, CaktneW e
%lpaccaas, Gigaa Cnp
neres, Jean', Kerseys, Linwys
Blleached and Brown Shirting. .
BOOTS MD S#OZ&
Pegged and Sewe Bno 11
Shoes and Gaiters of all 4e*CrJp -
Moleskin. Wool and Plunk Hat, %
ind Cloth Caps of eter f*ikt
8 A D~ O;EY.
Saddles, Bridle, %Vhip,.
A tine ai.ortmentsof OtqitLa
Hardware, and fancytaod.e
A call ise respectfuly solicited
are coqfient we can suit y9e is s
ROACH -& BLACK
PaImmetto House, Sumtere
SepL 28th. 1852
TON P'0 BAlIMU
Weldon with thes litles t6
delphaia, nde New.Yndk.
respectfujly informaned that the
alhese lines, are in tfrt eat cmbsa
are navigzatead by - well Aiowt~
pertencred commatiders; the- RaiL
are in fine order, (the
anid Woldon, as- well s ths
and Roanoke having reently
with heavy Trail) th~reby
safety and despatch.,
FIRhT TRAN mhayre
401 hours. 1'hladelphia in4 hoi ~ m
New York in 60 1-2 hso
8ECOND) TRAIN At _
timonre in 20 hoduri, a
homurm, and Newj~orkin fii. Iw
Tharough tickets can ;loai6
E. WINSIDOW,A Arnt of
andmicligha Rail in'
office of the Comnpany, f
st reet, Charleston, . . C., to *ln u'
friemis and customers,;h
at hsis old stand, No. 26 Mat
stairs,) freem Englanud,Gmran,
Northern - Sates, a
Gold and Silver Waebe
as per Catalogue annexed, w~she'
to sell on reasonable septus,
to the Country Trade. . e.
a call, being determtsod to
House ins the City.
Silk and Straw Bonse
Silk Goods, Ifostegy~
Together with a emsemsim
Guns, Riles, Retelving sa
Percussion C!aps, Gamse A Ss
Knives, Scissors, Rasons, GsaV
MuRsical Instruments. .
Writing Cases, Work Rosahany
Coats' Spool Cotten, Cm d.,
Buttons, Combs, Needho les,
So8s Perfmery, inks.,
A ada general assortment of
Gold and Silver Watches, J
Marine Time Pierse, Ire
Common Brass adWo
English and Germaa Gene,
Traps, and waviousohranc
N.Bl.-Jst received free
splendid assortment of GiJOan
ever oflered in this markeg.
Octber 14, 1851.
IRON 5AFE&S-A ts ~ihr
GEORGlA? S URR TON4m
LE/.THER BANDIr. b .tee
P-eb. 17th, 1%2