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' uag iself. '
8 'si'in Paris vhere he
tyhrebufls that at a din
nay.wh i a'French ofli
-d his military skill,
-' eh ,in reply, saying in
jIirteided to leave-to history
n ot doing me justice, but I am
to you; sir, for giving me this
rtid dty ofy contradicting an iih
' mnu'. It is quite true that
gged. The Countess
bOis h-abdication of the prede.
my.Emperor, in order to ex
r joy, had a figure representing
essed up,'and with her entire
enold' gent through the farce of in
e it with the most outrageous in
to that illustrious personage.
S'he captain chef d escadron, who
the place, hearing of the affair,
ted the countess, and ordered her
flogged. This is true; but I de
edon the honor of a soldier, (sur
r korneur comme militare,) which I
daidred, that when this occurred I
at.a dittance of sixty leagues from
pla'cc, and when I heard of it I ex
ledi approbation of the conduct
at officer, and placed him under
Atar some further explanations,
Ha'ynau observed that he had
t spoken of as a severe and harsh
''lie w6uld admit, he said, that
fed shown severity, but it was in
aieOintious performance of his
yP le Was' at the head of brave
p ,rdwitly devoted to their sov
nd it became him to act with
as the best means of bringing
e a war in which they had so
ig difieulties to contend with. '1
a war,' he added, 'as the great
6urge that can be inflicted on hu
tiity, and consider that a severity
sh Ilikely to hasten the triumph of
e.of the contending parties, is the
at ;sort of humanity that can be
iced.' He then alluded to the
a that- had been brought against
"iii of having, in cold blood, ordered
ne time the execution of eighteen
"These persons, he said, were con
rnuued by the military tribunals, at
lonl iito the
* . le
Milchamn, a widow
incinnati, and the mother of
'children, was taken to the insane
urni, last wee i consequence of
mmunication with the other world
id this put Mrs. M. in correspondence
jvith her deceased husband, in heaven.
She became intensely interested in the
ra ppings, and held, as she was led to
'uppose, frequent interviews with her
'usband, until finally she becamne de
a~inged. The Commercial says that
~jmong her othier mental vagaries, she
imagines the spirit of her husband oc
~cupies her body, that her own has de
rparted to give place to his, and that if
~sie ceuld discover his mnortal remains
s'she would be enabled to endow themi
.iwth life, by returning to him the soul
k hich, though properly his, now ani
A GANo OF J UvENILB IlOUSE
' ~BREARns.-DUring the past summer,
hiethe families of many of our citi
meswere out of town, a numbler of
'v houses, which had been left closed up,
~ ere robbed. Among them, three
~ dwellings were forcibly entered and
Ansacked in an outrageous manner.
.'These~ were the mansions of Mr. Wil
~4iam Ryan, Logan Square, Rev. Ly
Sman, Coleman, in Rittenhouse Square,
.and John Welsh, Jr., Esq., Spruce
Sstreet. A boy was caught hiy Mr.
V elsh's man, one evening, leaving the
Spremaises. T1his led to the taking of
two other boys into custody.-From
information obtained from these
-~ youngsters and others--one in the
SHouse of Refuge-it was ascertained
- hat a very bad youth from New York
*ihad enticed them into crime, and shar
~Aed wvithi them a part of thme proceeds.
h ie youth referred to planned and ex
u ted the robbing of all three of' the
issabove mnentioned, appropriating
'to himsnelf the most valuable portion
of the plunder obtained. Hie fled to
-.New York, tb which city lie was pur
t'sued by officer Magargee, of the Mar
~ hal's police. The11 officer, howvever,
was unable to ferret him out, and the
New York police are yet on the look
Sout fomr him. A few of tho stolen arti
~es were recovered by officer Magar
Sgee, and restored tothe owners.--PhilI.
~Q.A Maw BURIED ALIvE.--An Irish
an who died suddenly on the Rail
-Road,. was buried at Wheeling on
~Tuesday.. Those who attendled the
~2fneral, after lowering the coflin into
* mthe grave, returned to their homes,
s1avmng a man to fill np thc grave. It
- ~jappears that after throwing in a few
~shovpis'full -of earth he wvas alarmied
~iby singular noise as if kicking and
jatiruggi rig in the collin, so that lie ranm
*away. Comning up with Mr. Fitzim
n-~ons he told what he had heard, and
both immediately returned, raised and
~opened- the coffin, and found the man
onhis face and his person warm.
A~leGazette says that if the collin had
n4~ opened when the commnotion wjus
~frt heard, the man naight have been
~1s~ , arid that he died solely from
m ao !the olbve branch that
9 Min fruit in tl~e
inoroen of the United S atoaglald before
Congress, present- aii exhibitwhich do
monstrates that the South furnishes a
Iarge proportion of the wealthl of the.
country. The amount of cotton ex
ported for the year ending June 30,
1851; was $112,315,317 ; tobacco
$9,219,251 ; flour $10,524,331; corn
The following table exhibits the
amount of domestic produce exported
from the several principal commercial
States of the Union, from July 1, 1850,
to Juno 30, 1851:
New York, - 08,104,542
Louisiana, - - 53,968,031
Alabama, . - - 18,528,824
South Carolina, - 15,316,578
Massacnusctts, - 9,857,537
Georgia, - 9,158,879
Maryland, - 6,416,798
Pennsylvania, - . 5,101,969
Florida, - - - 3,937,901
Virginia, - 3,087,444
Maine, . - 1,517,487
The total amount of domestic pro.
duce exported was $196,689,718.
The above extract from the statisti
cal tables show that four States of the
South--Louisiana, Alabama, South
Carolina and Georgia-export $97,.
000,000, being about one-half of the
whole export of the whole export of
the country. The tables referred to
also show that England in that period
purchased of cotton, tobacco, and
grain some $87,000,000.-- Carolinian.
NEW UsE~s OF IRoN.-What is
this so light and fanciful? The
clothes-horse, surely, all iron, and so
nicely wrought that you might lift it
in your hand and balance it. And
what is this, with its delicate wreaths
of roses and beautiful figures bending
in postures of grace. The fire
screen? Why! is that all iron?
Every bit of it; and these fairy-like
chairs, with their lithe forms, and
sprightly patterns, these sofas with
their scroll-work and vine leaves,
these tables that seem airy enough
for a sprite's parlor, are all of iron.
We take up a beautiful ornamental
casket from the mantel, the sprays,
the curling tendrils, the bud., leaves,
and roses are of iron; we lifta-iai
that has upon its Jarfac. the soft
bletdin a ."i.indred tints, that is
onder is a magnificent
c--the frame so profusely gild
so elaborate in detail, is iron; we
inspect the tall mirrors, they are sur
rounded by a casting of iron; further
up, in my lady's chamber, stand iron
couches, an iron bedstead with orna
merits disposed very elegantly about
it;i the toilet table is also of iro
V i ' are 'the .as of iron.
Boston Olive Branch.
INTERE - The
venerable Dr. Lowell, of this city,
recently baptised at his residence in
Cambridge, (he being now in ill
health) a child whose parents and
grand-parents he married, and whose
mother and ;.rand-mother he baptis
ed, in their childhood. We doubt if
many baptisms like this have takeni
place in A merica. They are proba
bly more conm'n in Europe, where,
generally aj aing, pastors remain
settled for lia, and the population,
especially the peasantry, is less fluc
tuating than curs.-[?Boeton Com
B3EAUTFL ExTaAcT-Godl has
written upon the flowers that sweeten
the air-upion the breeze that rocks
the flowers upon the stem--upon the
rain-drop that refreshes the eprig of
moss that, lifts its head in the desert
-upon it8 deep chamber-upon eve
ry penciled shell that sleeps in the
cavermns of the deep, no less than up
on the mighty sun which warms and
cheers millions of creatures that live
in its light, upon his works lie has
written-" None liveth for himself."
And probably wvere we wise enough
to understand these works, we should
find that there is nothing-from the
cold stone in the earth or the minu:
test creature that breathes-which
may not in some way or othe~r, rmin
ister to the happiness of some living
creature. We admire and praiae the
flower that best answers the end for
which it was created and the tree
that bears fruit the most rich and
abundant--the star that is the most
useful in the heavens is the star that
we admire the most.
WIIAa 1s A Coqur.TTr ?-A young
lady of more beauty than sense ; more
accomplishments than learning ; more
charms of person than grace of mind;
mo(re adirers than friends ; more
fools than wise men fo~r attendants.
You eannot repent too soon. There
is no day like to-day. Yesterday is
gone, to-morrow is God's not your
own. And think how sad it will be
to have your evidences to seek when
your cause is to be tried ; to have your
oil to buy when you should have it to
AT THE OLD sTAND OF 5. & 3. OiLDERtT.
8. &E. M. G ILDBE R'T
continue the CAR RIAGE.
-BUSINESS5 at the abore
stand-No. 36 and 40 Wenitworth-.street,
Charleston-where they will be pleased to
exhibit to their old friends and customers
a very extensive Stock of Vehicles, corn
prising those of their own manufacture,
together wvith various ether styles usually
found in this market . .heir long acquaini
ance with this market am manufacturers
anid denlers will enable them to offer great
in lucem'ents to purchasers both in styles
The Co-partnership hertofore o nbe.
tweet the subscribers unde the firm ot
& P. MOSES indissclved by its ow*nlimitat on
and mutual :iett.
All pOsons indebted the said fiti by Note.
or otherwise will please call and 8 ET,T L E
-- A 3. MOSES,
February 10, 1969. 16-Gm.
BEING appointed the Agent of' NRWMAl
U & Bno-ruan's PIANO. FORTES, I can
recommend them as being finished in ex
quisite manner, with on 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 Rosowood cae's.
These Pianos are manutactured in Balti
more, in a Southern State, warranted to
stand the climate ; not to wind or draw up.
I shall be pleased to receive orders, and
will have them delivered by a competent
person, who wll put them up and tune
Terms moderate and easy. Call and
see before purchasin elsewhere.
PERRY MOSES, Agent.
June 28, 1852. 20-tf
THE subscriber has just returned from
Charleston with a full assortment of A L L
KINDS OF GOODS, Wares and Merchan
dise in his line of business; having excercised
the utmost difigence in buying them CHEAP
AND GOOD, (and goods wel boughg are ho4f
sold) he can make it an object to any one to
make a bill with him, either at Wholesale or
Retail. PERRY MOSES.
April ath, 1869 54-f
(At the old stand of A. J. & P. Moses)
Ofrors to his friends and the public generally
a fresh supply of every variety of goods selecte1
by himself, viz: in Dry Goods
3.4, 7-8, 4.4, 5-4, up to 12-4 Domestics, from
a cents a yard up, or less by the quantity.
Brown Linens at 12 1.2 cents a yard.
Colored muslins, and Linen Lustre., 8 yards
to the dollar.
Whit. Crape Shawls at 05 00
Baltimore Flour, (warranted good) at $6 50
35 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 Candles, less than
they can be bought regularly in Charleston by
the box. Almonds, Raisons, Fig., Currants,
Citron, Candy, &c.
In great variety, at very low prices, and ha
DEFIES competition in Hlardware, Cutlery
and Carpenter's Tools.
April 57th, 1852 27-tf
1 uOO'],shels ofrCorn.
W ANTED by th ubscriber:One Thou
sand Bushels of Coti,-.fpr which the
highest market price will be- ai
February 10, 1I52. 1(L-tf
Fresh Goshen Buntter.
Loaf, Crush, Ciarafied and Brown Sngars.
Best Ri d Java Coffee.
o ters, Salic and Mackerel.
elm Preserves, &c. ..
Also CHEESE of the DUxuRAIA Brand, that
will keep in any climate, and improve with
age, at PERRY MOSES'
Leb. 17th, 1853 - 17-.tf
Swedes and English, Broad and narrow
Bar, Square, Round and Oval; Hoop, Bhrd
and Boiler Iron. Cast, German and Bliater
Steel. Smith's To'ols. Carpenter's, Tools
Buggy A xlea and Spring,., Carriage' Tlrim-.
mmigs. Hollow Wa~re, Cut and Wrought
Nails, always on hand and for sale low
by PERLRY MOSES.
Feb. 24, 185~2 18-t f
Garden Seed-CrOP 1851,
Justrecive a feshsuplyincluinig every
variety which are' WARR~ANTED. Also
IRISH POTATOES, Onion Settm, &c.
at P'ERRY MOSES,
Feb. 17th, 1859 17-t'f
BA RGA INS to be had mn the above article
at PERRY MUOSES'
Feb. 17th, 1852 17-ti
1500 BUSH lELS OF" C 0 R N , Just re
.ceived and for salo low hy
Juneo 28, 1852. PERk R MOSES.
For Bale at PER RY MOSES'
Feb. 17th, 1852 17-:f
Cheaper than Ever,
A lot of coloredT Barages, at 8 cents per yard.
Silk WVarp Baregeu, nt 18 3-4, 25 and 31 1.4c.
Superfine quality Parni, Baregow, at 70 cents.
Extra super Broche Embroidered Hareges.
Superfine Silk Tissue Silk. and Tissue Silks,
at 25 and 31 1.4c.
Fine quality Mourning Muslina, slightly dam.
aged, at half price, 12 1-2 cents.
Col'd Muslin,, yard wide, at 12 1-2, 18 3-4,20
and 25 cents.
Col'd Muslin,,, 5-4 wide, r.t 25 cents.
White Emb'd Swiss Mluslins, at 18 3.4, 25 and
31 1.4 cents
Col'd Lawns and Cul'd Emb'd Muslins, 12 1.2:
Stripe~d Linen Lustre. at 10 cents.
Superior Silk and Linen Poplins, at 31 1-4
Strong Blue .Shirtings. Stripes and Ticking., at
6 1-4 cents, and
A lot of Muslin Insertings andI Edging., at half
price, to close out, at
WV. J. JACOBI & SON,
221 King-st., oppos.ito the Big Boot.
June 59, 1852. 36-tf
STOCK O1F DRtY-G OODS,
AT REnlUCEDr PRicES.
W. 3. JACOBI & SON will this day com
mence ol'ering the whole of their large and
well selected Stock of Dry-G;oods at greatly
Rleduced Price., to which they invite the at
tention of purchasers and dealers.
W. J. JACOBI & SON,
221 King-su., bend, opp. the Big Boot.
Charleston, Juno 29, 1852. 3&-tf
Lewis Ms Hatch,
IYo. 120 MIEETINGO STREET
CHARLESTON, S. C.
OILS--Sperm and Whalo.-Agent f,.t the
WIlITE LEAD-.Agent for Union Company.
IRON SA FES--Agent for Rticha's Salamander
P'LATrFORM SCALES-A gent for Labartes.
BOGA RDUS'S MILLS-Agent for Mir. B.
GEORGIA BURR STONES. Manufactu
rers' Articles. tf
LE/.TIIER BA NDS, a large stock.
Charleston, Oot. 6, $0
D R.J.M. STPAGGF;RS, having located
.at Mturra y's Ferry, permanently, oil'ers
his services to t he people.
June 4th 1851 32 tf
Butter Lard, Bacon & Corn
tRM iuntain flutter, (in small Firkins)
do. do. Leaf Lard, do.
North Carolina Bac on,
- UNbICE, DISPEL S[At CH ROI,
OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DIS
EASES Ok' THlE KIDNEYUiY
sindfrom a disor.
dercd Liver or St.
" . r ach, such as Conssc- -
lion, Inutard Filee, F unes
or Blood to the Head, Acidity ..
- the Stonach, Nausen, Heart-burn,- 's
gust for Food, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, .our Bructations, Sinking or Flut.
toring at the -pit of the Stomach, Sev:t.
an qf the Head, Hurried and D .
Ca Breathin, Fluttering at the
Heart, Cho ng or.S4oeating
sersotiuns wea is a yig
postuire, Dimness of
Vision dote or
* ssb l of ore the
Fever and dull pain in the Head, Deficiency
of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and
Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest. Limbs,
&c.. Sudden Flushes at Ileat, Burning in the
Flesh, Constant Imagining of Evil and Great
deprension of Spirits. can be effectually cured by
Celebrated German Bitters,
Dr. C. B. Jackson,
AT THE GERMAN MEDICINE STORE,
PJO Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Their power over the above diseases Is not
excelled-if equalled-by any other prepara.
ion 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 lsser
glands, exercising the most searching powers in
weakness and affections of the digesuve organs,
they are withal, safe, certain and pleasant.
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
From the Boston Bee.
The editor said, Dee, 22nd
Dr. Koogand's Celebrated German Bitters
for the cure of Liver Compluint, Jaundice,
Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, is de
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
stell, 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 best Literary
papers published said, August 25
Dr. Hoofiand'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 constithtions will
find these Bitters advantageous to their health,
as we know from expe rience the salutary efliot
they have upon weak systems.
The 'Philadelphia Saturday Gazette,' the
best family newspaper published in the United
States. ''ho editor says of -
Dr. Hoofland's German Biters.-It Is seldom
that we recoanmcud what are termed Patent
Medicines, to the contidenoo and patronage of
our readers; and therefore when we recommend
Dr. Hooiland's German Bitters, we wish it to
a distinctly understood that we are not speak.
Ing of the nostrums of the day, that are noised
about for a brief period and then forgone
they haveono steir guil
but of a mediine ii
ptized, and whz
of the faculty itself."
. gg'' Evidence upon evidence has been re
ceived (like the foregoing,) from all sections of
the L'nion, the last three years and the strong
vst-estimony in its favor, is, that there is more
of it used in the practice of the regular Physi
cians of Philadelphia, than all other nostrums
combined, a faet that can easily be establish1
and fully poneng that a scientific pm ration
will meet with their quiet approval w an pro
sented even in this form.
That this medicine will cure Liver Com;ilaint
and Dyspepsia, no one can doubt after using .it
as directed. It acts specifically upon the Sto
math and Liver; it is preferable to caleiel in
all billious diseuses-the eflect is immediate.
TVheyscan be admninistere-d to femalo or infant
with safety and reliable benefit at any time.
lI W A R l' 01-' COU N'ITh.R1.EITS'.
This medicine has attained that high charac
ter we hieh is necessary for all medicines to attain
to induce counterfeiters to put forth spurious
articles at the risk of the live. of those who are
Loo.k well to the mnarks of the genuine.
They have the written signature of C. M.
JACKSON upon tho wrapper, and his name
blown in the bottle, without suAich they are spu
For sale Wholeaile and Retail at the
GElRMAN MlILDIGINE STORtE,
No. 120 Arch-Street, one door below Sixth,
Philadelphia; and by respectable dealers gene
rally through the country.
To enable all classe, of invalids to enjoy the
advantages of their great restorative powers
Seiasgie Ilottle 'f5 (Cnts.
Also for salo by Rt. S. MELLETT,
Druggist, Suimterville, S. C.
BSP Wholesale Agent for Georgia, South
and North Caroilinast.
Dec. 23, 1851. Charleston,8. C.
AT TIlE CAMI)EN BAZAAR.
The subscribers have jutst received their new
assortment of SPRtING A N D SUDIMER
(2000S, which consists partly of
Calicoes, Ginghian, plaini and embroidleroil
Lawns, Fancy 3lur-hns, at all prices; Linen
Cambric, assorted colors.; Cambric and Muslin.,
p lain and checked; Crapes, Bareges, Challys,
Delaines, Tiss~u Silks, and a great variety of
other articles suitable for Ladies' Dresses.
A tso.--A large assortment of Linen Cambric
li ,dk fs, Needie-wurked Collars and Cuffs,
Chemisets and Cape, Miuslin and Lace Sleeves5
Capes and antillas, Lace and S'luaslin Ediging
and Inserting, Bonnnets and Ribbons of the
newcst styles, Ivory, Black and Feather Fans,
Uimbrellas andI Parasols, and a great variety of
other articles too numerous to tiamne.
They recommeuid their stoc-k of bleached
and brown Shirning, blue and stripetd Htome
spun., Cotton and Linen Osnaburgs, Bied TPick,
and every kind of TIowelling and T'able Linen.
A very large assortmeunt of Hosiery of every de
scripition, Linen, Tlhread Lace and Silk G1 oies
Mitts, &c. &c.
They invizo their friendls to call at their Store,
feeling certain to be able to satisfy them in
overy way, as well in the p rica as In the assort
ment of the Goods. M. DRUCK ERt & CO.
A pril 20. 185g. '26-tf
New Fall and Winter Goods,
The subscribers are now receiving and open
ing their usual supply of Dry Goods, llardware
and Groceries, the prices of which will be very
much reduced, and invite their friends and the
public to examnine their stock.
Mi. DRLUCKER & Co.
Camden, Oct. 28, '51. 1-tf
New Spring Goods,
M. Unaucai & Uo., have just receive'd their
new supply of SPRING AND SUMMI-R
CLOThIlNG, to which they wvould inavite the
attention of the public, at the same time they
would recommend their Stock of Outfitting Ar
ticles, viz: Shirte, Collars, Cravats, Under
garment, Hosiery, Gloves, Suspenders, &c.
A pril 20, 1852. 20-tif
A LL Person having demands against the
1.Estate of 0. S. REES, deccae/iStai
hand them in progerly ag 'ed,'ndi those
indebted will mnake in~ied inte paymnent-to
VA lE EES.
May 4, 18352- ,,WA 1 28-t f
4LL Persns intdebted to the stubscriber
by Not or Account atre respectfully
molicited I i and settle immeidiatnly as
nrusa compel hinm to call on them.
_ . JVINN,
Eo tAter o'AR tacoa iii 4e
.,Ptue .i eDislet. (ourt .a tie Jastsen
p ))ttlatlt oPeus .yas..;
" poth 0irBOi 1tO 0W0 Ider!.
.REAT OURE FOR
DR. J: 8 NOUCHTON'S
" THE TRUE
OR, GASTRIC JUICE.
Prepared from RENN=T, or the fourth Stomach
of the Ox, after directions of Baron Liebig, the
great Physiological Chemist, by J. 8. Houou
TON M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Complaint,
Constipation, and Debility, Curing after Na.
ture's own method, by Natures's own Agent, the
" Half a teaspoonial of Pepsin, infused
in water, will digest or edissolve, Fise Pounds
of Roast Beef, in about two Aopre, out of the
Pepsin is the chief element, or Great Digest.
ing Principle of the Gastric Juice-dhe Solvent
of the Food, the Purifying, Preserving, at d
Stimulating Agent of the Stomach and Intes
tines. Itis extracted from the Digestive Stom
ach of the Ox, thus forming an artificial Diges
tive Fluid. precisely like the natural Gastric
Juice in its Chemical powers, and furnishing a
Complete and Perfect Substitute for it. By the
aid of this preparation, the pains and evils o.
Indigestion-and Dyspepsia are removed just as
they would be by a healthy Stomach. It is do
ing wonders for Dyspeptics, curing cases of Do
bility, Emaciation, Nervous Decltne, and Dys
peptic Consumption, supposed to he on the verge
of the grave. The Scientific Evidence upon
which it is based, is in the highoet degree Curi
oue and Remarkable.
SCIEN'l'IFIC EVIDENCE I
Baron Liebig in his celebnted work on Ani
mal Chemistry, says : " An artificial Digestive
Fluid, analogous to the Gastric Juice, may be
readily prepared from the mucous membrane of
the stomach of the Calf, in which various arti
cles of food, as meat and eggs, will be softened,
changed and digested, just in the same manner
as they would be in the human stomach.'
Dr. Combs, in his valuable writings on the
" Physiology of Digestion," observes that " a
diminution of the due quantity of the Gastric
Juice is a prominent and all-prevailing cause of
Dyspepsia;" and he states that " adistinguished
professor of medicine in London, who was se
verely afflicted with this complaint, finding
every thing Rise to fail, had recourse to the
Gastric Juice, obtained from the stomachs of
living animal,, which proved completely suc
Professor Dunklison, of the Jefferson College
Plhladelphiain his great work on Human Plhy.
Biology, deiotes more than fifty pages to an ex
amination of this. 'snbject. His experiments
with, Dr. beaumaont,- on the Gastric Juice oh.
tamned (rotn the living human stomach, and
from animals,, are swen known. " In cases."
he s , ." digestion pecurred as.perfectly in the
cial as in the natural digestions."
r.John-W. Draper, Professor of Chemistry,
the Medical College of the University or
ew York, in his "Text Book of Chemistry,"
page 386. says,: " It has been a question who
.1rarr ificial digestien.conld be performed-but
it is now tit ly admitted that it may be."
Dr. Carpenter's a ard work on Physiology
which is in the libraery ~ .verphysician, and
is uused as a .Text Uook it the.Colleges, is
full of evidence similar - j he above, re
sppac nog the remarkable D tiv swer of Pep.
sin, and r f l4It.it be riie separa
ted froti;'tl Q.. Q d
for exp'riments in- Artifielal Digestion, or as a
remedy for disee of the Stomach, and defit
ciont secretion of Gastric Juice.
rte Call on the Agent and get a descriptive
'ircular, gratis, giving a large amount of Sci
eratific Evidence, similar to the above, tugether
with I Reperts of Rlemarkable Cures, from all
parts oi'.the United States.
AIS A iAWSP'Et'NIA CURER,
Dr. Iloughiton's l'zranr has produced the
most tmarvellous effects, in curing cases oi Dt
bility, Emaciation, Nervous Dechne-, and Dy.
peptio Consutmption. It is impossible to give
the details of cases in the limiis of this adver
tisement; but authenticated certificates have
been given of umore than Two Hundred Remark
able Cures, in P'hiladelphbia, New York, and
IBoeton alone. These were nearly all desperate
cases, anti the cure. were not only rapid and
wonderful, but permanent.
It is a great Nervous Antido'e, and particolar
ly useful for tendency to Bilious disorder, Liver
Complaint, Fever and Ague, andi thu Evil elhfcts
of Quinine, Mercury, and other drugs upon the
Digestive Organ., after a long sickness. Also,
for excess in nating, and the too free use of ar
dent spitims. it almost reconciles Hecalths wihm
U Lm STOUMM'H COMPILAINT&.
The is no formi of Old Stomach Complaints
'ahbich it does not seem to reach and remove at
once. No matter how bad they tmay be, it gives
instant relief! A single dose removes ah
unpleasant symnptoms; anti it only steeds to be
re peatedl for a short time to make these good
eflects permanent. Purity of Blood end hmgor
of Body follow at once. It is particular excel
lent in cases of Nausea, Vomiting, Cramps,
Soreniess of the p it of the Stomach, distress after
eating, low, cold state of tihe lilood, lieaviness,
Lownittss of Spirits, Despotndency, Emaciation,
Weakness, tendency to inanity, Suicide, &c.
Dr. Iloughton's Pepsin, is sold by nearly all
the dealers in fine drumgsasnd Popular Medicines,
thtroughiout the United States. ltism prepa red in
Powder atnd in Fluid form--and in P rescriptiun
vials for the use of Physicians.
Private Circuhars fur the use of Physicians,
may be obtained of Dr. Hotughton or his Agents,
deecribing the whole process of preparation, anti
giving the authorities upon which the chaims of
this new remetdy are lbased. As it is noted secret
remedy, no) objet tion can be raised against its
use by Physicians in respectable standinig and
regular practice. P'rice, One Dollar per bottie.
3iff ssERvE Ti i!-Every bottle of the
gentuine PEPSIN bears the written signature of
J. 8. Hlouvonoa, M. D., sole Proprietor, Phil.
adelp.hia, P'a. Copy-right and Trado Mark so
Lf Sold by all Druggists and Dealers In
F"or salo in Sumuterville b~y
MIllt & 131W1TTON.
December 16, 1851. 8-ly.
Ar T L. B . H A NK S',
A lol of chenap Mushtine nnd Ginghams,
Swiss anid Book Muselia. Alpaccas,
Embtruhi-red curtuam Mus lina,
Furmture Danitios, Frlinges, .
Chun brra Ginighamm, Salk nd 'Sinet Lu.
Mohair and Grass Rkirief Cored do
Chteimsetta & Collars mounn Clas
Ladies whito anid col.4 Kid gliovesad
Ladies and Misecol'd and balk Gaiters.
13 Bales S'perior Factory Yarn.
M ay 24, 185 31t-tf
.A - Notice,*
.Afpersons havlhg demands* sgainst the Es
'tot of F. 8. BelIser, deceased, will present them
duly attested; anti those indebted will make
payment to E.I. Anderson, Esq., Sumterville,
S. C., LOUISA BELSEIL, Adm'rx.
Oct. 20th, 1851 52 t
I have appointed Mr. Samuel E. Wilson my
Agent to settle tup all the matters of the ~etate
ol Col. Stephien Lacoste, late of thnis District.
ANNA E. LACOsi'E.
All persons having demands against the Es
tate (of Step~hen Lacoste will p resent them duly
attested. Those indebted will make immediate
payment to Es, E. W1LfSON, Agent.
.Vi iy> yth1.
- *~ "
VA ES low'if8OM tiIANT5.
WUC)A MODA'iOk WiIARV,
I1ARIE8Tom. . C,-;
Receive and 'ti1 Cotton, Corti, Flour,
and till other -articles ofProt.uce, and give
personal atteniion to tho seluction of Fami
Commission for -selling Cotton, Fifty
Cents per bale.
JAMES L. GANTT. WHITFIELD WALKER,
Reference=Cot. F. 1. M s. and R. C.
August 24, 1852. 44-6m
B. V. Reusnne,
MSR CHANT TAILOR.
June 15, 18.52. 34-tf
W. J. Jacobi & Son.
W. J. JACOBI. NATHANIEL JACOBI
NO. 221 KING.STREET,
(SEVENTH STORE ABOVE MARKET.STREET.)
Importers and Dealers in
Foreigua & Domestic Dry Good.
,V' Our customers are imsured Meit
Rates and a strict adherance to the One Pric
Jan. 6, 1851. 11-tf
DUNN & DURYEA.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
No. 288 King street,
SAMUEL DNN' CHARLESTON, S. C.
lay 21st, 1851. so . if
W. A. KENT & MITCHELL
Clothing and Out-Fitting
ES'T A BLIS MENT,
No. 268 King-street, cornier ol
Wentworth, Chdrleston, S. C
Purchasers will find at all tines a ful
and complete stock of Gent's.
BEADY-MADE CL OTHING
V. A. KENT. O. H. MITCHELL
Mtasuusfactory 113 Wasllaagtoal
Stores L. Y.
Ma-; 1849 30 tf
MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C.
SAMUEL C. DUNN,
NO. 20 IIAYNE $'lEET,
Clasarlestos, -S. C.
March lst.1852 19-.f
Great Bitlesntin Cherleston.
AT DUNN of DURVEA'S,
238 Bend niKitig-khreot.
lIVE Are now selling-oir Stock .t re
murkablv low-prices-Neat Liner
Coats as low as 75 cents : ViiT neat Line,
andl Marsteillest gesta a, 75 rents ; Biaci
diress Alpnacen Chats at 82; Black dres:
Pants $2 ; Linent Pants tat from $1 to 83
very pretty patternas; Black Cloth Dresi
nahd Frock (Cans at 88. Our Stock i
ntOw. tihc'.aanat cenmplete in the. city, anm
wvill be sold at prices tu corre'spondl witi
abe above, and with our reptattion of bein1
the chenpest and best Clnthaing Store ii
the cty-a hose in want are invited to gav
us a call..
June I, 1852. 32-tf
Dry Goods for Fall Trade
W. G. BANOROFT,
253 and 255 Kta-oSvaxxT.
(One' door below Wentw.-rah-Street.)
We would again respectfulty invite the attee
tien of our friends and customers in the country
to our extensive Stuck of DR Y G'OODS, whe:
they visit our City. Always in hand
SOTlERtN MIAN UFACTURED,
Consisinag uf Georgia Plainecs and Kerseya
Alabamna do do.
Plain and Striped Osnaberge.
Uleached andl Brown Domnesaies
SUPER DUFFIL Bh.ANKETS-DIREC'
We would also part icularly invite attention
our IalPORTATION of SILKS and DRES:
GOODS, being one of the LARGESS
STOCKS IN THAE SOUTHERN COUNTRYa
We are almo prepared to furnish overy artici
in the D-ry Goods Lane, viz: Hosiery, Golve.
Linens, F- annols, Clotha,Casimera, Bombexine,
Aipaccas, Mterenoes, 3alousseilain do Laines,
Plaids, Jaconeta and Swiss Mluslins, Furnitur
Dimuity, Priants, (inaghams, Shawls, Laces, Edg
ing, Ribbons, Trimmings, &~c., 4'e.
September 23, 1851. 4-t
Th wubscriber respectfully informs hI
friends and enauomers, thaat be is now receiving
at hais old stand, No. 28 HIAYNE-STREET, (U)
stairs,) from England, Germany, France and ah
Northern States, a complete assortment c
Staxple anhi alus Elrros 0Oobs
Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, &c
as per Catalogne annexed, whigj~1 pr;are
to sell on reasonable tern tI/hole-sal only
to the Country Trade,.11, resraeafully soliciat
a call, being determined to sel an' as an
House in the City.- E. G. BROWN.
Silvan'dj Straw Bonnets. Bibbon~s, Flowers anc
1Auk Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Scarfs, Cravats
Together with a complete assortment of Milline
ry Goods, Dress and Cloak Trimamings, &
Guns, RIfles, Revolvig and other Pistols
Percussion Cape, Game & Shot Bags, Powde
Knives, Scissors, Razors, Gent's Travellingj
Writing Cases, Work Boxes, Fancy Stationary
Coats' Spool Cotton, Common do., Tapes
Buttons, Combs, Needles, Pins, Brushes, Cs
Soas, P'erfumery, Inks,
And a geaneral as,.orament of Fanry Articles
Goldl and Silver Watches, Jewelry
Marine 'Time PIeces, French lan ol Clucks
Common Brass and Wood Clocks, &c.
English and German Guns Bird Cages an.
Traps, and various other articles too numerout
N.B.-Just received from Paris the ma's
splendid assortment of Gilt and Geld Jewelr1
ever oenered in ahis market. E. 0. B.
October 14. 1851. 50--iL
The subscriber having purchased the STOCJR
OF GsOODS be loa ging to A. J. & P. Moases
wall continue baasiness at their old stand, ant
assures hIs triends, and thte puble generilly
that he will do all in his. power to naurit te
confidenee and pAronage. -
1t'$ i~ } WWI ,.
RltH: b r b
the citizdns os'h County aite'
MJp r. Ediaior j
nounce Colonel 'JOHN -OidI. J
a Candidnte to; ,p1 jt- rL
County in-the next' Le
April 13,1852. . .
'FOA 'ORDIWA A
ilk Mr ': Editor;- -i 06'
please .announce WiLLIAM H1 1UR
SON ea-a candidate for the OffieefO
nary of Sumter District, at ih
- UAIKV y l
Apnl 27th, 1852 ,
LT The friends if Je -
HAYN1WORTH, aq:,tnaouerie ii -
a Candidate for the Office of Ordmnarf
Sumter District at the ensuingeleion .
March 23, 1852. -
or We are authori4dt,
announce -T. J. DINKINS, Esq., L Caddida
for Clerk of the Court, at the ensuingelecdo,*
April16th 3851. 25
M:' Mr. Editoa': Please $au
nounde Air. J. J. McKEILAR, a'ia
date for Clerk of the Court, for Sute
District, and oblige MAfYVoREa.,
April 13, 18.52. 254f
FOR TAX COLLECTOR
Mr. Editor: Please announce Mr. ROB -
W. DURANT, a Candidate for Tax-Coll
of Salem County, at the next Election,
oblige MA: VoT5- ''
January 14, 1852. 13-tf -
I'I Mr. Editor: You will pleas. an
Captain P. M. GIBBONS, a Candidates
Tax-Collector for Salem county, at the .,ensnin
Election, and oblige IArwyVo'Tras -
Massaa. ETro"s: Please announ i
ir, JOHN F. BALLARD,icandidaf foili
Collector, at the next election, and oblige ,
MANY.VOTE RS .
tebruary 5th, 1851 . 15... iy
0--> w e are authofized? _
announce ALEXANIJER WA'lJ'ai, Ea
as a C'andidate for Tax Collector ot lre
msont county at the ensuing ElectioW
"MANY FRIEN.DS -
il The Friends of Thes \
L. SSi'i'H, announce him as a candidate f
the ofice of Tax Collector, for the County of"
November6, 1850 $ ,
i te are aut~w
to annomune Capt.'J. W. . TUJCK,, sjia '
didate for Tax Collector for e la -
the next election.
Oct. 16th, Ib50 51 -
(' The ends of Jo -
G. W HITE Esq. anioureltaita as a Candd
for Tax Col ecter of giastnpnt county at
Thro har arles
uN.r BAt'sM so
'lJ- 1 LA DEL.. H :
I1 ) NEW-VYt'ltK 82t
THE GREAT MAIL. ROU'i'k'11
CHARLES'A ON, S. C,
LEAVING the Wharf at the 'lootf
Laurens-st. daily at 3, p. mn. Alte~
arrival o1 the Southe'rn scaw, viaM -1i~
AINGTON, N. C., iom ai iaiiit
t~wo daily trnam., atre udispa.tr'lied iig --
I.ad 2l P M.; the 8 o'clck d.l
Wteldona with the iixes to Pey
delphtin, andr New-York. Tihe pul -
respaecul aly mo~irn.ed thaut lae stera3e
th.'se hutae', meaa mt fist r ae-cosidatuti -
are n. V.tated by wel.h kt~ auain'
perienred c-omnands-rar; the Rail ai
are in fine order, (the Wddulnit~I
anid Weidon, as welI, a's thu eaNli
and Rocenoke huavmn reccent y beet.rsad
with heavy Tratl) thiereby securit b
safety tand dhesp ati h. By thes rout
pasRnger avating thiemseltea 'oi
FRTTRAIN may reac h utt~zare1
40t hours. Phhidelphaia mn 45 hourse
i w Y'or. mn 50 1-2 hour.,;u atid
SEGOAN.1) 'I RAIN they :arruv ea
timoure mn 4 0 hours, .PhiiadeTJshia~
boaur4, and New~-York an 6E1'i
hroug~h tickets cain ajlote I.e :hadfem
'E. WVIN8LOW, Agent of the Wtamgntet
andl Raleigh Rail Road Comnp~my. at tt
oilire of the Comanay, ltoot ofl Laurett
i l r.ei, Charletoni, 8. C., to wht-mi phek.t
March 28, 18.52.
Encourage Home lManufaqi
r'HE Subscriber, gratei for the! ibeas
ptronage he r -goforp bestow.'s[ig
him, takes this method of informing the t'
of Sumtater and the adjoining itrcts, hlh
still continues to carry on the CARiAG -,s ,
HARNE~SS MlAKliING business in alliauv*
,ous branches, at lhis stand in Bisbopvii82.
liHe ias making larg additions to hi EstahIuh6~
a maent, so as to enable hint A9 nas~fetr
fthita wante.d, in his linae ss -. not cij
and ta aestyl < f wk any,.lai
the.Suh St u
nehnber;.a also i
All new wrork done i
ranted l1 noaths and rliaha wnthout chasgo
If it fail hit that time.- Al will do reisag ata
the shortest notice, and in case any prson l1san
at a distance should wantrepairiad ctjy
will write to that effect, he will send for h'
job, and return it when done.
N.B-Hi ~ JAS. W. AMBRO _Eg
N.B.-is -sansare as reasonmhlo
rsan could expect.
ishtopille, S.$.March 9, 1852. 2
g-B lack River Watchanj wil -oyi
months. W.A ,
I . V)'AUtdIAN, wot i fth istct,
by virtue of cert tin WVrtspf L d ----
S a ldacientdum, tat 'lhej
.\le ' hi avat.g nieu int mny
~a h a S. htaine ~n 4wIsh', of his- Rai1a%'
ref~ la, haS peittiit) the Ciit(fu ' CiJ
mtmt Pla't, prayIng hnt he any
teel to the- o etits. oh the Acta of da -
rat AsembalyI made lop the reltu
ventt debItoars. It is ordere d that h
Trhonane Mt Gee, arid all others~~e .
ora lto whomt the salC j qa
wt te tindebted, ho, atd ie Vi
sutmmona'd, atnd have nottic u
fore the anid Court at Sfim,~ In
on3 the Etghath ally 'i Nbien
nhiew scau.a i f any thy3 '~
prayer oh' the petitonT