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,A 4ter~ii the London Notes and ~uzi ishbes the tllowing interest Aug account; A few weeks a 'o, in clealing out the ruins of an old chapel at Nunchain R4ns In Warwickshire which had been pulled down, all but the belfry ;qwer,40 years since' we thought it ceesary, to trench the whole space, thatwe might more certainly mark dot the boundaries of the building, as ..eished to restore it, in some imean. He, to Its former state. It has been sed as a stack yard and a depository fdr rubbish, by the tenants (if the farim -on which it was ever in dilapidatiun -WWe began to trencI it the west end, and cameo on a great many bones and skeletons, from which the coffins had crumbled away till finding the earth had been moved we went deeper, and discovered a leaden coffin, quite per feet, without date or inscription of any kind. There had been an outer wood. en coffin, which was decayed but quan tities of the black rotted wood were all round it. We cut the lead and folded back the top, so as not to de stroy it; beneath was a Wooden coflin in good preservation and also without any inscription. As soun as the leaden top was roll ed back a most overpowering ajomnatie smell diffused itself all over the place. We then unfastened the inner coflin, and found the body of a man embalm ed with great care, and heaps of rose mary and aroticiae leaves piled over him. On examining the body more closely we fbund it had been behead ed; the head was separately wrapped ip in linen, and the linen shirt that covered the body was drawn quite over the neck where the head had. been cut off, the head was laid straight' with the body, and where the joilnig of the neck and head should have been, it was tied rouind with a broad black riband. Ilis hands were crossed on his breast, the wrists were tied with black riband, and the thumbs were tied together with black rilhuad. Ho had a peaked beard, and a (untity of long brown hair, curled and clotted with blood round his neek; the only mark or anything about him, was on the lill. Cn Oil his clest, just above w here his hands were crossed; on it were the letters "'T B," worked in black silk. On trenclhing towards the chaniel we came on four leaden cofiiis laid side by side with inscriptions on each; one contained the body of Franeis Earl of Chichester and Lord Dulis' mure 1652; another the body of Lady Audrey Leigh, their daughter, 1640; and the fourth the body of Sir John Anderson, son of Lady Chiehester Ly her first husband. WV e opened the collin of Lady Audrey Leigh and blund her perfeetly einhaiined aid in preserva. tion, her flesh quite p01lmp as if' she weie :live, Ir' face very beautiful, her .htowds exe mgl y small and not wast ed; she wOis dressed in liw linen trimn mled all over with all point lace, and two rows of luce flat across her thare head. She looked exact ly as if she w~ere lyinRg asleep, and 'seemied not more than 10 or J7 years old; her beauty was v'ery great even he'r eve. lashes and eye browvs were qnite per. feet, anld her eves were closed, no part of her face or' figure wa~s at all ihilen in. WVe also opened Laidy Chiehester's coflin, lbut withI her th'e enIIbalmning had appareltl y fiiiled ;she was a skeleton, though the coflin was full of a romlatie Ileaves. Her hair however, wams as fresh as if she lived: it was lon~g, thick, and ais so ft and glus' syas that of a child, and i.f a perf~ct auburn color. In trenching on one0 side of where the altar hlad been, we thiund another leaden collin with an inscription. It conltained the body of' a IDamie Mairine Brownec, dautghiter of oine of the L eighs, and of the Lady Maine, daughter to Lord Chanicellor' Blek 1er. Thlis body w~as quite perfect, anid einbaimed pi in eipally with a very smrall colle~e color. ed seed, with w hieh thle coflin was nearly filled, and it also0 had so power. tidl a perfumle that it, filled the place. TIhe linen, riband, &c., were qite strong and good in all1 these instances, aid remlainled so after exposure to the air; wa kept a piece out of each COfl, and had it ww'shed w'ithout its bemny at all destroyed. Young Lady Autd rev lad car ings in hler ears--black eniani eled serplents. T1he perflune of' tihe her'bs and grums used ill emnbahninug them wvas so siekening flhat weo were all ill after inhaling it. and Imost of' the men emlloycd in digg inig uip tile cotflins5 were ill also. MNy object in sending this aiccount is, if' lpossible, to discover who the beheaded rmn is. T1he chap. el is on tile estate of' I.ord John Scof't who inlheri:ted it f'romu his paternal grandmother, tile Ducheless of' Bucele uch, daughter of'thle DuIke of Montague. io wvhose family Nu nchamn Begis and other possessions in Warwickshire -came by thle marriage of' his granidfath er with thle daughter of' Lord D~uns mure, Earl of Chichester. The Rev, Dr'. Dixon, a distini Euished Minister in the English Weslevan body, and .son in law of' the late Rev. Richard Watson, gives the following testimnony to the pros. perity of the Church of England, in1 a letter to an American Methlodist >aper, Zion's Herald, published in Boston . -Do not be startled : But there is mnore true religion in the Chuarch of England, than any where else in the * country. T1his Church is thme only - Protestant body, which is making progress in evangelical labors and .pr'osperous advances, * The Churah of England i9, as we think, the, most prosperous body in the countity. **In the lower grades ofathe Chjrch, there i a ver~ larm A,, 1191 faithtut, Iaboriouj_'eid -exeIiu wh tete Ornament of the!ir P ro fession, and a blessing t9 the country. The large towns are full of thie'men; who are exercising a snost powerful and beneficial influence.' THE WUrT RosB.- Written in the fifteenth century, and sent by the Duke ot Clarence (of the house of York) with a white rose to Lady E. Beauchamp, a. violent adherent to the house of Lancaster: "If thys fayi-roe ofrende thye iighte, Plac'd inne thye bosommeug hare, 'T wyll blush to finde itselfei less whyte, And turne Lancastryune there. "But if thye ruby. lippn it spy, As kyss it thou may'st deigns, With envye pale ,t wyll lose Its dye And Yorkylsh turne again." ANECDOTE OF GEN. SCO'r.-Soon af ter the late Pre-sidential election, Mr. IIcaley, the artist, waited upon Gen. Scott, and solicited him to sit for his portrait. Ile was. not chary of expressions of his own admiratiou fur the fiane and talents of the old veter an, and complimented h.in highly. The general heard him otit quietly, theln turning to hin said. "Sir, I have had my portraits painted many times, and haive even submitted two or three times to the very unpleasait process of having my bust taken; but,' said lie, straightenaitig up. '-Sir, I have made tip my mind that the American peo ple doai't care one - fior e, aid lil wit have my fitee duplicated any nhtre."--Boston Post. LIVER COMPLAINT, JAUNDICE, DISPEPSIA, CHRONIC OR NERWOUS DEBILITY, D18 EASES OF THE KIDNEYS, and all diseases ari singfrom a dixor dered Liver er Sto. maca, such as Const' . lion, Inward I'ies, -ul'lness or Blood to the Head. Acidity of the Stomach, Nasea, Ikcart-burn. })is gust for Food, Fullness or W'eight in the Stoumch, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Flut. tering at the pit of the Stomach, Sw-im ming of the Wca'd, Ilurrird iad Dfig. cult Breathini, Fluttering at the Hleart, Choking or .ufi-Jating aensalions when in a lyiag posture, Dimness fj* Vision. dots or eca; bejorethe Sight, Fever and dull pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skitn and Eyes, lin in the Side, Buck, Chest. Iimbs, &c.., Sudden Flushes at Heat, birnin ino the Flesh, Constant lmagining of Evil, al Great deiressiut of Spirits. cain he etiet nally cured by DR HOOFLA N D'S Celetbrated (ernatin Bititei, PREPAIED DY Dr. C. 31. Jacisoal AT THE GElRMAN MEDICINE 81(ol, 120 Arch Street, Philadcphia. Their power over the aboe diseuv i nit excelled-if equalled-by any other prepara. tirn in the tnitwl States, as the eures attest, inl rnany cases after skilful physirians hal failed. The e Bitters are worthy tihe attention of Invalids. Possesring great virtuvs in the ratiii cation of diseases of the Liver and levier glands, exercising the moot scarbing powers inl weakness and aflections of the digestive organs, they are withal, safe, certain antid pleasant. READ AND B3E CONVINCED. Frumn the Boston lBee. The editor said, Dee, 22nd~ D~r. Kooland's Celebrated German Bitters for the cure of Liver Comnpltint, .aumndice, Dyspep~a, chronic or Nervous Debility, is de. servely oe ofthe ost poptalar imeiirines of the day. Thiese Bliters have been used by thon sands and a fuientd at our elbow satys he had himuseif received an e leeitual anid prtermat enrc of LiveCr Comnplalint from the uje of this remedy. We arc convincedl that in the use 'am thieso Iitters, the patienit constantly gainis strength tand vigor--a fact worthy of great con sideratnon. They are pileasant ii taste andi unmell, and can be used by personas with the iimst delicate stoache with safety, undmer anty cir cumstances. We are speaking from, explerienice, and to the tfhejed we advise their use. dedScott.'s Weekly," ona of the best Literary ,,ers pubmlishmed said, August 25 D~r. floolland's German liit ters. annafact nred by Dr. Jackson, are ntow recommencided by autme of the moat prominjent nmmbers of the faculty as an article of mnaehi eilicacy in eases of feale weakness. As such is the cast, we would advise all maothers to obtain a bottle, and thus save thenselves itmch sick ness. Personms of debilitated constihionms wsill find thewi Bitters advantageoaus to their health, as we kntow fromt experience the salutary eilhet they have upon weak systems. MOJRE EVI[DENCE. 'The 'Philadelphia Satturday Gazette,' thme best family newspaper publlishied in the Unaited States. The editor says of D~r. Ilolanmd's German Bigters.--It is seldlom that we recommeand what are termed P'atenit Medicinies, to the conftidletna and patronauge of our readers; and therefore whetn we reeaicmend Dr. Hloutlanid's German Bitters, we wish it so be di.tinedty understood that wse are not speak. iig of the nostrunms of the day, that are nuimiedl about for a brief period and the~n forgitten after they have done th1 eir guilty nace of mischiel but of a medicine long established, uniiveru'ally pized, andl which has met t he hearty approvat of the faculty itself."' Eg Evidenace tupon evidlence heas been re ceived tlike' the foregoing,) fromt all sectiotns of the Union, the last tharee years, and the strotng est testimoniy hi its favor, is, that there is tmore of it usead in the practice of thme regular P'hyui cianas of Pi'mladelphiia, thtan all other nostruts et'mbmiied, a fact thaut can easily he estaiblishedml anid folly piroving that a scientific pareparation will meett waltl their quiet approval whena pre sented el ce nm this form. TIhaut this inedicine will cure l.iver Ciimplainmt andi Dyspepsiia, no one enn idotubt after using' i as directed. It nets spaecil'ienlly tupon the Sto miialh and Liver; it is pareferable to enlomnel in all bsilljius diseass--thle eflicet is imtumdiate. 'They cant lhe administered to female or infant with safety and reliable benefit at nn time. BEWVAtE OF" COUNThltI''EITh. Tais medicine has, at tainied that high chlarae ter w hich is ncessttry for all mnedicinmes to tattain to induce counterfeitera to putm forth spurious articles at the risk of the lives of' those whto are innocently deceived. Look arell to the mausrks, of the genuine. They have the written signature of C. M. .JACKSON upon the wraper, and hii. name bilowni in the bottle, without u/aich thecy are spu. rious. For sale Wholesale and lRetail at the GIEILMAN M1EDICl' STlOltE, No. 1"0 Arch-Street, one door below Sixth, l'hiladelphia; and by respectable dealers gene rally through the country. P~rices Reduced. To enablo all clause,, of invalids to enjoy the sidvatntages of their great rebtorative powers Manmgle Bottle 76 ceumts. Also for sale by it. 8. ME Ll l.ETT, Druiggist, Sumoterv ille., ii. C. $' Whlesae Ageit fr Georgia, South De.IIAVILAND, IIA ILRA LI,& CO, De. 3, i8ni- Chtarlestun,S. 'C. Negro Shoes, hThe suabmcriber has made arrangements for the mn:j(retstre of from Four to Five Thousand paIrs of the above article by thu FA LL. For reference as to quality, lhe woultd respectfully refsr persons who may be disp~ose d to purcha~se of him, to those who patronIzed n m last year, As to price, he will guarantee thorn as low as ran be afwordr, May ?? 2 t$' J, unQos w DRUGGIST I FFERS ter oat, for cash, or an approved i and W LL SLEs-cTED assortment of E CaT IND] Drugs and PRENCI, ENGLINIl A ND A MERj SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, PAINTS TtUS8Es, (ALI, KINDS) VALNISI PEjSARIES 4, 4. . DY. IST( DRUGUISTS LABEL., - BIONZE "6 - GLASS WARE, BLLSIIE PAtXNT EiEDICINZO, -. . WINvow Tisourson:AN hIzntorNgg, LAMP ANI SAIxaas' HRanIS & ROOTs, SO.Aa, I GAanaN Sao, SraRiT G Genuine Co Together COMPRISING THE STOCK OF A Agent for the PA TENVT AND FiA April Gth, 1852. $500 CHALLENGES, Whatever concerns the health and happliness of a people is at all times of the most Sltu.able intpurtance. I take it for granted that every p rson will do all in their po-% er, to save the lives of their chiidren, and that every per-on will en deavor to promote their own henith at all Sacri fices. I feel it to be my dity to a lemnly assure you that Woatu.s, accordiag to the opinion of the most celebrated Physicians, are the primary canues of a large majority of diseases to which children and adults are hable ; if you have an appetite continually changeable from one kind of food to another, ail Breath, Pain in the Sto mnach, Pickin g at the Nose, Hardness and Full ness of the Wily, Dry Cough, Slow Fev.et, Pulse Irregular-remenber that all these denute Woasts, & you should at once apply the remedy IHobeissack's Won Syrup. An article founded upon Scientific Principles, compounded with purely vegetable substances, being perfectly safe when taken, and can be given to the most tender Infant with decided beneficial efect, where BowcL Complaints and Diarrhea have made them weak and debilitated the Tunic properties of my Wormn Syru p are u0h, that at stails without anl equal in the cata logue of medicines, in giving tone antl strength to the Stomach, which unmkies it ain hlafallable remedy for those afilicted wiithm D!,ysvpsia, the autozmishing cures performed by Ot byrup after Physicians have faile I, is the ber.t evidence ofits superior efficacy over all otherd. This is the tmost difficult Worm to destroy of ull that infest the hunman system, it grows to an animost indefinite long h b,:coiiing so coiled and fastened to the intestiics and Stomach eff'ecting the health so -adlhy as to cause St. Vituis Dance, Fits, &c., that tho-e afilieted s.eldoni if ever i ,spect that it i4eTuc Worm hasitening them to au earlygrave. II order to desutroy this Worm, a very emergetic treatment snust bo parsned, it would therefore be proper to take 6 to S of my Liver Pills so as t, remove all obstructions, that the Worm Syrup tay actdirect upin tlhe Wornm, whichs must lie taken in doses of :1 Tablespoonl. ful 3 tils a day, these dfirectiois filowed have never been -iowi to fiail ins curing the must obstinate eucse of Tapjc Wl'.rn. Iolbew ck' Liver Pill-. No part of the system is more liable to diense than the 1.1VER, it serving as a filterer to puri fy the bliost, or giving the proper secratimi to the bile ; so that any wrong action of the Liver efl'cts the other importait partss of the system, and results varimusly, in Liver Coun'plaint, Jaundice, layspepin, &c-. We shnuld t herefore watch every y imptoi that might imls'ieitc a Wroig action of the Liver. These Pillh bein composed of IhooTs aid P.ANTS furnished by nature to heal the sick: N:unely, het. An Ex Paxc'roRANT, which augmei.ts the secretiois froim the Pulmonary mucus mnibrahne, tor prornotes the discharge of seereted mattir. 2il, Asn AI. -InNA-rIVI:, which changes in some insexplici. he and inlensib0le imtanner the certain mnorbid actiimn of the system. ;3rd, A Tovic, %%hich gives tone nntl strength to the nervos. systemi, renewing healiI n1 vigor o all pts of the ho,1y.4thm. A CA-ruma-rmc, which incts in per feet hamony wiith thme stlser inigredliens.,.ansd operasting sin time lIoneils, unds expelinsg time whomle meas. ofr-orrupt anid viiiated mhatter andl iitrifying the 110:h, wichid destroys disease andi Yous n ill find the-ie Pillm an invaluable s-di einse iin manty coimplainlts to whicht yout are stinb jet. Int structio~n. eithme-r total or puartiah, thmey thave h en found of instsinmable bienefit, restmrinsa their futntionmal arranigenmsents to a healsthtv ne-* in. purnifyinig the blost anmd othemr flumiduc so Iefittually tom put tO flighst aill coimptlaints wh ich may arise from fenmale irreguitiies, as head auh'e, giddimnes., dimnsess of sight, pain in time side, hack, &c. Nuune geuinesi unlmess signed J. N. IIoB.xSSiex, all others beinig base l~iiatimon. ('R I;t-|-L:A ClI 25 C'IT S. W gnswisbing newi stupplies, cmiid Store dres hePrpretrJ. N. IllllENSACK, For sale bsy all Druggists anid Merchants in time U. S. P. M. Conmit', Chamreston, Wholesale Agent Ifor thme State. August 1thi 1%524-y IThrough Fare from Charles AND TO, NEWV-YUltK 821. TlilE G REAT MA IL RtOUTlE FR1i (C lA RhLESFTON, S. C, LEAVING thme Whasrf ait time foot oi Lauirenss-ist. daily at :i, p. sm. alter the arrival of time Souttherns cars, via Wit. 31I1NGTON, N. C., Iromo wich porumt two danily t rains are dlisatched ait 8 A. M1.; timd 21 P.3.; de o'clock only~ constecinig amt WVeldont withI lie bnes to l'etersbumsrg, Rtichmon~sd, WVahiigton, Bltimsore, P'hiluim delpiai, andi New-Yo rk. Thelm pubbe i is respectfuslly inflormessd that thme steamerss of thsime hnetts, aret in lirst ramte co)nmditions, anmd are namteid by weil knsown andit ex. piersensced commansmmdrs; thse Ra il Rtoads are in finme order, (theo Wiulmomgtoun ainid W lons, as well as ths Seaboaimrdl ansd Ro-tnoko hamvisnm recenstly beets remnid withI heamvy T1ramii) t hereby u scrinmg both tsmfety anmd dlespattch. fy theste routes pamssentmer- avammtmmg theemssel'es of thme F' .IT' TRIiN mamy reamch 1i~altimsore in 40h hos ns, Phti llaelph'la in. .5 hoturis, andii New Yormk itn 50) I - honure; antd bsy thme SECON I) EITRAIN thtey arrive mn Ul. titmore its tO hours, P'hilade'lphsia ~in ;A hoturs, andu New-.Yorkc am (il1- a urs. Tlhroumigth tickets can s atonec he had fromn E. W INSELOW, Agent of the WVilmsingtonr anid Ralieighi Rail Rotad Compa~ny. at the office of thin Cosmspany, foot o~f Lauirens street, Charleston, 8. C., to wvhom puleas~e Iapply. Alarchs 231, 1F%52. 22-tf AT TtttE OLID STAN1D OF I;. is J. OILiPVSIT. ~~ 8.& l0. M. GEl.BERLT conmtinueic the CiAfllRAGE~f IBUSI.VE~sN at lime alhote standim-No, 35 andu 4() Wentworth-stireet, Chtarleston-where thery wdml bn pleaisedm to exhibit to their old friends and cusstot.erg a very extensive Stock of Vehicles, enm prisinmg those of thir~i own mnifacturme, together with various oilher styles usuially found in this miarket. Their long ac-qtuint anco with this mnarkel as manufanctumrers and deniers will enabie them In offer great indiucemeonts to purchasers Lath in styles antd prices. Auait 2., 1 85. 44-tf 4~ M rORFKMAN, M D LND CHE.II8T, EN ,S. C. ,edit, A1 TsiX LOWZ5sT MAnZTV ratesi, a ar 0 A als:TDILaANZAN 4nd EUaorUAn M 0 4j e A e.R sr 'CAN CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS. AND OILS, SPICES, 1 ES,. GELATINE IF FLAVORId EXTRACTS, A., PERFU EItY, S, -HAIR DYE, GLAss NAIL ANk TooTIINENsElusn , ) Wicixs, CoUas AND IHAIR BRusus ARD AND SPRM OILS, FANCr SoAI, A AND CAMentint, &c. &c. d Liver Oil. witi every article A DRUGGIST OR PHYSICIAN. LHO nIMs approved MJILY .MELDCIXES. 24-tf Prtored somording to Act of tongre, In the YOU 1b51, by J. S. IIOUUUTON, M. D., In the clerk's OMe of the District Oourt for the Eastera District of 'ennsylvania. Another Scientific Wonder! QREAT OURE FOR DYSPEPSIA! DR. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S TIlE TRUE DIGESTIVE FLUID, OR, GASTRIC JUICE. Prepared from RENNFT, or the fourth Stomach of the LJr, after directions of Baron Liebig, the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. llouGH. -oN, M.b Philadelphiu. Pa. Thi is a truly woanderful rentedy for Indigcs tion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Complatait, Constipation, and Debility, Curing after Na. ture's own method, by Naturcs's own Agent, the Gastric Juice. 2:j" 1ia1f a teaspoonful of Pepsin, infused inI water, will digest or dlissolve, Fire P'ounds of Rsast Beef, in about two hours, out of the Stonach. Pein is the chief element, or Great Digest ing I rinciple of the Gastric Juice-the Solvent of the Food, the Purifying, Preerving, a d stimulating Agent of the Stomach and Intes. tines. It is extracted from the Digestive Stum ach of the Ox, thus forminig an artificial Digest tive Fluid. precisely like the nuattral Gastric Juice in its Chemical jwers, and furnising a Complete and Perfect Saubstitute for it. By Ithe aid of this preiration, the pains and evil, os lidiguation and Dyspvepsia are remove I, just as they would be by a healthy Stomach. It is do ing wonders for Dyspotics, curing cases of Do bility, Emaciation, -ervous Dealine, and Jvt peltic Conasumapaticon. supposel to be oan the verge of the grave. The Scieitific Evidence upon which at is basdCl, is inl the lighacst degree Curi ous and itemarkable. silAThI'l'I EVIDENCE! Baron Liebig in him celebr. ted wiork on Ani mal Chemistry, says : " An artificial Digestive Flatid, anialogouas to the Gastric Juice, may be readily pre pared fromi the mnucous memtbraie of the ltoi,taoh of the Calf, in which various arti eles of libod, as mteat anad eggs, %sill be softeied, changed and digesated. just in the same manner as they would he in the human stomach.' D~r. Cow1 -, it him valuable writings on the "ihysioogy~ of Digestion," observes that 4a' dinmition of the lue qantity of the Gastric Juie is a promtinent and all-pirevailingj caine ol IDyelpepsia;" iad lie states that "adlismguihed piruteisor of medaicine ini London, whoi wvas se ve-rely allitedm ithll this comnplatint, finidinag every tthing Also to fail, h:ud recourse to the Gastric Jic, obtaiuned fromt te sttaine of liingi :animalts, n~ hieh ptrovedl coinpiciely suic cesst'ully." P'rofessor Dungliaon, of thme Jel'ershn College Phliladelphmia, ini his great work ona hlumtan Phly sitlaogy, dlevoiten m ore thnnma fifty pages toa an ex atmtiataio tis subject. libs experaiments with Dr. Bieaumnont, man te Gastrie JuIce ob tajined fromt time livinag huminan stomach, and from animnals, are wellI known. "lit cases.'' lie say~ s, "- digesatienm occuirread as perfectly ini the artificial ats in thme naturalh digestions" Dr. Johnm W. Diraper, Professor of Chtemistry, in thme Medictal College of time U'niversity of New Yaork, in hmis " Text Book of Chtemaistry," page 3St',, stays,: "It has heena a quleston wihe titer artificimal digestioan coutld be performied-huat it is now uiv'ersally aditted that it amay be." Dr. Carpetear's ,,tandaardl work aon Physiology, whlichm is itn thes library of every phbysician,. anda as used as a Text liaamk in all the Colleges, is full of evidence simtilamr tos time above, re .pectting the renmarkable IDigestive power of Peap sta, and thme facti that it miay be readily ,separa ted from time stomachm of the calf or Ox, anda used fair expmeriatmnts ini Artilemal Digeastion, air as a reumedy for disaes aaf the Stonstch, andi deli eient secretiont of Gastrie Juaice. [ f Call on the Agent anal get a descriptive Circular. gratis, givutg a large aamuni of Sci entilic Evntence, simailar tom thte above, togethter witht Itaeports of iemasrkable Cures, fruzm all parts of the L'mited States. AS A I) i'iFi'SIA CUlmR, D~r. Ilouaghton's Pr'EI shas producedl time moitl imariel lotts cifects, im cutring casaes aof De bilimy, E~mtaciatioun. Neri ots Deachne, amnd D~ys pepnel Canumplltiona. It is imtposuible to give time details of eases in time iimtins of this adier tisaemtent; but authtlentiented certilicates htave bleenl givenm of miore thtan TIwolIlundared Itemnark abile Ctures, tm Phliladlelphiia, New York, and lHostoin alone. IlThese were ntearly all despeatet case, atd time cuares were not uonly rapid and wtonderaul, but pe-rmanentt. It is a greaat Nervomus Anttidlote, anal particular ly useful for tendencey tam Iilious disorder, I.iver Commliainmt, Fe-ver tad Agate, aid time E~vil eil'ects of Qmininme, .lereutry, atal other adrtigs upon time Digestive UJrganas, after a lung taeikntess. Also, fair excess inm matinmg, andh the too free use of tar alant spitits. It ubnost reconciles llealhk with Iautempierance. tLiJ STOM-lACHI CO.\l'L5A1 INiTS. Thmere is no form of Old Stomnach Complaints w~hichm it does not seem to reacht anad reamove at oncme. No amatter htow badi thtey mtay be, it gives inasteat relia/f A uinagle dose remores all the unplesal nt ympoms; and it onily needs to be repesatedl for a shmort tiime to mtake these g'ood efli-ets permnanent. P'urity, of Blood ad I igor of Body follow at once. It ts pnrtcular excel lent in czases of Nausea, Vamitinig, Crampa, Soreneass of the pit af time Stomach, distress after eattinag, low, colad state of time Blloodi, licaviness, Lou nlvs of Spirits, Desponadency, Emnariation, Weaakne-ss, tendhencay to Insanity, Suiaidle, &c. IDr. Ilaoughtan's Pcy'sini, is soldl by necarly tal thte dlealers am line adragsa tid Poptular aledjitnes, thtroutghout thae Unaited States, It is prepared in Pond ter atnd ins Flida far-and in P rescription vials for the uste of Phtysicians. Privntie Circualars for time tuse of Physicians, may be obtainead of Dr. llouighton or hais Aget adescribiing time whol~ie process of preantiona, anml gi'ving thae aumth carities uiptn which the claitna of thmis lely remedcay are batied. As it is not mZ secret reamedy, nso ojee. tion can be raised against its uase by Phiysicianms in resmpectahle standinsg and reuarpractice. Price, Onie Dollar per bottle LVOsrKV Tvi:-r is!Every bottle of the genutine P EPS1N bears the written signature of J. S. ilouoasoN, M. D., sole Proprietor, Phtil adelpahia, Pas. Copy-right and Trade Mlark so enred. $51 Sold by all Druggist. and Dealers in 31edicjines. .For sale ina Stumterville by 1tILLERL & BRITTlON. December 16, I851. 8-Iy. Butter Lard, Bacon & Corn PRISE iloutainButer,(insmall Firkinas) do. do. Leaf Lard, do. North Carolina Bacon, do, COlRN. .luc~ RBeT. LATTA. Mec 2.181 ' L tIC .T QMati5SIOM 'a5aCUARt8. AVCOMtMODnj1 N WHARF, ClIARI.ESTON, WAC. ReeeIve ande stli Cotton ecorn, Flour, and ill other articltiof Troloce, and give persoIlattniiln to th eletlonl of Faili ly Suipplieo. Conamitiion for selling Cotton, Fifty. Cents per ba1e. JAMES'L. GAOTT. WHITFIELD WALKEX. EWVARD GANTTV K Rnfdrence-Col. F I. Moads and R . C. Richardson, J'%q. Auttust 24, 1 82. 4 t-Om D, C. Kennac, MERCHANT TAILOR, BROAD-STREET-CHARLESTON. June 15, 18W-2. 84-tf W. J. Jacobi & Son, W. J. JACOBI.. . .NATANIF.I. JACOBI. NO. 221 KING-STREET, (SEVENTH STORE AOVF SIAREET.STREET.) Importers and Dealers in Foreigan & Doinestic Dry Goods gV' Our customers are ensured Moderate Rates and a strict adherance to the One Price Systein. Jan. 6, 1852. .. ltf DUNN & DURYEA. WHOLESALE AND RETIL - Clothing Warehouse, No. 238 King street, J AOH UN DUIV . , CHA RLESTON, S. C. Mlay 21st, 1851 30 if W, A. KENT & MITCHELL, FASHIONABLE Clothing and Out-Fitting EST A B L I81 ME N'T, MASONIC HALL, No. 268 Kiig-street, corner o' Wentworth, Charleston, S. C Purchasers will find at all times a full and complete stock of Gent's. READYAADE CLOTHING ARTILCLES. W. A. KFNT. G. 11. MITCIELL M1utfaictory 113 Waslahagtons Stores N. Y. May 18-19 30 if HARMONIC INSTITUTE. FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, Importer of MUSIC, RIUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, King street, Sign of the Lyre, Charleston, S. C. SAMUEL C. DUNN, WHIOLESALE CLOTILING AND' Furaishang Warelhouse, NO. 20 11AYNE KTIREET, Claarlestosa, S. C. .\nrch Ist. 15213--W PVILION llOTEL, BY II. L. BUTTERFIELD iMeetiiag-St., Claarletom, S, C Setembaler 16, 1851 47-ti Black Crape at 25 Cents P'ER YA RD. And supeior qguii.es at 31 1-4 and 27 1-2 rentsj a yard. IThe.-e will be~ found, remnrkably low. W. J. JACOBI & HON, 221 Kin~g at., (bendl,) opp. the Big Iln04. June 29, 1852. 36 t Dry Goods for, Fall Trade IN CH ARLESTON, S. C. w. G. Bauacr.fn & co., 253 Kaxc.8-r- (2 doors below Wentworth-8St.) ConistantIly on1 h~anrd, SILK$ AN) SILK GOODS, Dressa Goo'ds uf all descriptions, Al lpa-cas, .\1ern Iest anad omnba.zines, P'rints antd Ginghameiu, Cloths, Ca.ssamneres and Vestinga, II(JSiery. Gloves, &c.. &c., &c. Gmeorgia P'lran anid Korseys, Plain a-ad Striped OsnabIurgs, Bleachedi and Browni D)omestaca, Our bnsiness is done strictly for Cash andt on the One P'rice Sytem, andl we are confidenit no henuse in the city can give HETTEi IIAnCtAINM. Charleston, 8 C., Sept. 21, 18.52. 48-4mn Cheaper than Ever, A lot of colored Haruges, at 8 cents per y aid, Silk Warp Bare es, at 18 3-4,25 and 31 l-4c. Suaperflne quality Paris Jiareges, at 70 centi. Extra auper Itrhel Emtbroadered Hareges:. Superfine Silk TinsMj Silks aini Tissue I.ik, at 25 and 31 l-4c. Fine quality Mourning Musline, slightly dam asged, at half price, 12 1-2 cent. Col'd Munslins', yard wide, at 12 1-2, 18 3-4, 20 rand 25 eents. Col'd Mlusinni, 5-4 wide, r.t 25 cents. White Eimb'd Swiss M~uslins, at 18 3.4, 25 and 31 1.4 cents Cul'd! Lawns and Col'd Embh'd Muslins, 12 1-2? Striped Linen LantreH at 10 Cenats. Superior Silk and Linen Poplin., at 31 1-4 Strung Blue Shlirting., Stripes aind Tickinigs, at 6 1-4 cents, arnd A lot of Muslin Inserting. and Edging., at half price, to lose omi, at W. J. JACOBI & SON, 221 King..t., oppoitec the Big foot. June 29, 1d52. 36-tf Great Excitement in Charleston. AT DUNN & D)URVEA'8, 238 Bend of Kin2-Snreet. '1 E Are now selling our Stock at re manrkaly low prices--Neat Linent Coats as k~w as 75 cents : Very neat Linen and Maneilles Vests ut. 75 cents ; Black .lress Alpacca Coatsaut 82; Black dress Pants 82 ; Linen, Pants at fromn S1 to 83, very pretty patterns ; Black Cloth Dress and Frock Coats at 88. Our Stock is now the msost comiplete in the city, and will be sold at prices to correspond with the above, and with our reputtatiean or being the cheapest anid best Clothing Store in the city-those in want are invited to give uis a call. June 1, 1852, 3-t Melting Off!? STOCK OF DRY-G OODS, *T I4EDUC.D PRtTCES. W. 3.,JACOBI & SON will this day comn. menee offeiring the whole of their large and well solseted Stock of Dry-Goods at greatly Rledneed Prices, to which they invite th.. at. totinon of purchasers and dealers. WV. 3. JACOBI & SON, 22 otj tqd p~p. dt Digge fbae'rwet tnulrkt ifuli itorlmeit of sti ridy V$Li E !r Pfi TRY, 8kth I' , TiR E-P4, INGR4 INS GII VEN1TJA , DU'l IVANI? DLENyOARPJ4. INQ8.in niew and Choice deign o. Aa the variouse widthls of PR! NTI;JP. $P~ or FLOOk t CLOTilS; j'LOOR and STA IR O1Li CIBOTlS 'id CjU~li. CLOTtIS. ,GiL T 3nd 1ILVEREPD STAlk RtOliS shdl OARPE'NuS. - RUGS and 3MATS, &er dlref tinleajve been careftlly selected fre Oije .a faoeiir'rif the Americ an and Eniglish markets, by one -of thme partliers, an* 'te will have iem cui, made fted i'id lm4 m the most workmanlike umanner, and 4. thme best -terntss 'We 'noitcbntflutly it . Vit attention to ofr stock. A.s. Curtain Iarials. We arenow preparea in our curtain de rpartmnent .to .ofl'er the Mvarious~ styles of CUfR.TA IN, f'JPP8, in 8ilk worsted, Linen anid'Cotton Damnaska, Embroidered. Lace i MmmIstln Curtains, Gimpi., Loops, Tassels, Cornices, &c. Church Trim ming, Hangings, &c., new. designs Aor which w e have niow received amnd they will he made, and put up, on the bet termsi, in tihe most workmanike mannei-, amd under our own Fupervision. . B GOWNING & LEMAN, Succesfulr t.o c. & E Ki:nutsoe & Co. Corner King anid Mitarket m deet, Charleslon, S. C. - t. h 22,c1ut52 52-If Dry Goods for Fal T'rade IN CHARIESTON. WV. G. IBANOROFT, 253 and 255 KSna-StaKZT. (One door below Wentworth-Street.) - We would again respectfully invite th atlen tion of our friends and customer in lime country, to our vxtenseive Stuck of DRY GOODS, wheni they visit Ine City. Alwaa in hand SOUTIIIEIIN MANOJFACTURtED, Conisting of Geurgia , laies and Kersieys. Alabama do do. Ptami nnd Striped Osnahergs. leched and Brown Dome.stics SUPER DUFFIL. 1JIANK ETS-DIIRECT IMIPO <ATION. We would also part icularly invite attention to our IMPO MTATION of SILKS ind DrEss GOODS, bein1 one of th LAIlFGENT STOCKS INTI TiE 8UTIIEJtN COUINTIIY. .We are also prepared to furnish every article in the Dry Goods Line, viz: Ilosiera, Golves Linens, Flannel., Cluthis,Caiimers, Bkombazines, Alpaccas, 3Merenoes, filoussecllain de Laines, Plaids, Jaconets and Swiss Muslin,, Furniture Dimniry, Pintsml, Ginghams, Shawl., Laces, Edy. September 23, 1851. 43..trf CIRCULA4R. Te subscriber .respectfully informs his. friemn d and customers, im t e is now receiving, at his old staind, No. 26G IIAvur.-Sras-r. (up stairs,) from England, Germany, Frae and the Northerr States, a conplete assortment of ltapLce an fanrow Dores os, Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, &o, as per Catalogne annexed, which he is prepared to sell on reasonable terms, at WAoie-sele oly!, to the Country lrde. Ilie respectfully solicits a call, be'ing dletennined. to sell as lowv asan Gouse In the City. E. G. LtOWN. CATALOGUE, kanw Sraw B nnEts. UibbnE, FlOwTer- . Si k yGoods. Ieiery. Glzves, Scar rjt.Glves, Tigeer :t, a cumplete asortment of Miluitc. ry Goods, Dfress an:l Clqak Trininiegas, &e. Guns, itile, Revlvimng amid ohlier Pistls, Perenssion Caps, Gamue & Shot Lag, Powdeir Flask. Knives, Scissors, Razors, Gent's Travelling Toilet Cases, Musical Instruuments. Writing Cases, Work Boms, Fancy Stationary, Coat.' Spool Cotton, Common do., lTapes, Yarns, hutton., Cornbs, Needles, Pins, Brushes, Co. lonignes, Son p., P'erfumecry, Iniks, Antageneral anoriment of Fancy Articles, Gold and Silver Watches, Jewelry, Marine Time Pieces, Frenich Mantel Clocks, Commonm Brass anmd Woodl Clocks, &c. English and German Gunm, Bird Cage. and Traps, and various other articles too numerous to meninon. N.B.-Just received from Pa.I the most splenidid assormnenmt of Gilt and GehiI Jewelry ever otered In this market. E. G. B. October '-I, 1851. 50-. Lewis 1Ms Hatch, No. 120 MYEE'B'NG STREET CiIARLESTON, S. C. OILS-Spertn and W~lil.--Agent 6.i the Brooklyn Factory. WkilTE LEAD-Agent for Union Company. IRON sAFES-Agent for RIch's Salammanmder PLATFORiM SCA LES-Agent for Laharte. BOGAtolUS'S M ILLS--Agent for Mr. B. GEORtGIA BURtR 51TONE.S. Mainhfactu reri.' Article. if LE/.TII EIt BA NDS, a large stock. Clatrlesion, Oct. 0, 50 Embr'd Chantilly Veils. A comnplete amsmrtmrent tim superb Freiich Emmbroid'ered Chianit liy Veils, ranginig fronm S,00 to 50 ets. a piece. WV. J. JACOBI & SON, 221 King-st. (benid) 01pp. the Bigt Boot. Nov. 5th. 1852 ~2--tf Linens, Linens. Whlite Irish Linens, of tihe best fabrics, from 25cts a yard up. Fine and superline qualities of White Lawnms and Linden Camnbric. Eumra quamlity Brown and Grey Linens, 3.4 and 4 4 wide, very chmeap). Superior "Barnmslee" Linen Sheetings 6.4 anid 12-4 wide. W. J, JACOBI & SON, 221 King-st. (henid) oyp. the Big Boot. Nov. 5th, 18522-t BEN apoed the Agent of NEWSIA recomnmnd them as hbeIng finished in ex quisite mnnter, withm an entire Iron Frame to keepm themi in tune, and nt liable to get out of tune so readily, withi English Grand Act ion, 6 to 7 octaves. in Rosewood cases.: Theseo Pianos are imnuactured in Balti more, in a Southerni State, warranted to stand thme clinmate ; not to wind or draw up. I shall lie pileased to recoive orders, and will have them delivered by a competent person, whio will put themn up and tune thom. Term, moderate -tnd easy. Call and see before purchasmuing elsewhere. PERRY MlOSES, Agent. June 28, 1852. 0 Notice. A LL Person having demands against the l. Estate of . S. RIEES, doeceased, will hand them in properly atteited,'and those indebted will make Immediate-paymenlt to) W.WI, S MLav 4,18' -.. -1!a e . , KW .+N sa a canno . I Pet .inry of-4Hu electios. f 1. t& April 27tit a Candidaterthe OitiR .04 q nary *f f arc1 23, 18Q2 4ir. We are it6*4 a n 4 iinee-4T.' J;, ID~ 'frClerk M thi Ajril I6th 1851 - nou o tr. .3 R dato. for 'erk& -40 ,: ,l. k umt Dsatrict, and oblige April 13, 15.l . F 0 Pt S 1 1|C-The Fr1 JOH N F. JUNE,an tad onte for Sheriff of SuniterDistr W b next election. Nov. 12th, ILR528-d..p. lci= We are anadrie to annonce A. E. POO1 asq a candldatq, for Sheriffof umuter D stri, t tlo e-0 t ing election. Deceinher 21, 1852 - t CABINET WARE OOK F. M. ANDIREiW TAKES thig dinethod at infoirminrgthe ihfzioh. of Suemterville and vicinity that ie ha, opened in Sumterville,-6 ^ ' to I iew Preabyterian Church, a UAHINET'WARE ROOM, where he wie l keep for sale, eheap ail such furniture an comes unider this department of hix trade, which he sill wiriait f good material ; and will furnioi.fr cash 6t4Charles ton prices, all descriptions of Fu rnitdre mader Rep iring executed at the shortest n-oside. Inhbegany and piin Cuflins furnkiad with out ilelay. - . Having procured the services of Mr. C. W. DAVIS, he ii prepared to furnish Metallic Plates engraved in any style Sthe subner asks.in a fairrlal, and hope by punctual attention to business and -asy terms, to moerit public patronage. . kebruary 17, 1852. 17-ly A. AN4DERSON,_t Smasterill,, 5. C. Respectfully infurmas the PIC a tr Ditrict tht he has justcreie now offiers for sale. the bek -selectidanhZ most chuice stock of Sporiug stemd Summer Gos d That has ever btse brought to thiinirket - le has received many new stylesio(Szirings a Summer Goods, which. purchaaers:.l ul wellito exandne before buying elswihere. Black, Btu.iGreen and mjied Drnid(tC e Plain and Fancy Ca.msimeres;. atiln,Ve1. and Silk Vestings, Boys and Waa .Cps , at~so-----* A ful' and large sup.ly of Iroaery Gloye, Stusperiders, Cruvats, laudkercthiefs, die. &r. all of whit wi-ll. he- soldun' the 'tno.miliber&I termus, niild a prices to suit the times. 2c Garments usanufactured by theaubscri ber, and warranted to give uatisfacthmn. Or ders from a distaure prormptly atten45 19. lHe may be found at the stand rmnerly oc. cupied hy A Conway, and oeocitatly by 1). . Prce.A. ANDEl ON. A pril 27, 1852 25 Notie1e A'l persona indebtedl t inms i nividually, or ase Ordinary. will jilenge ma~ke immtedi. ate paymen', as it is absolutey ig teesarv that I clause tip muy businaess, sa'mnipurt of which has been of~ lory standing. unsettled, ami wh~l:ch I am ietermaisd~al~i tGtiain so no lenger. I hope my frietid, wlifetend to this at once, and giv'e me and theaese'.. as litt le trouble as miay be. WV. LEWIS. Feb. 0th, 1852 17--tf Encourage Home Mann fac t~ures, . rPI'IE Subscriber, gratein1 iir ,hyJIheral L.latronatte heretnlr~re betwr ti - him, takes this miethiod of infoiip(~~ of Sumter and the adjoinaing DiWst b still continues to carry on the C'AR~~f H ARNESS MlAKING busnesasgtitf ous branche., at his stand In Blishopville;S Hie i making large addltionsa to hiseEsa blsh ment, so as to enable him to magntpuov thing wanted, in hisa ine, at the~ahota te,. and in a style ? workmianshi u~tany In the Southern State.. Hie ha:1l4 ilaea. perienced workmen, and Is welIl.siu d~ Ith the beat seasnied timber ; also with miniega and Mountings of the latest style. All new work done in hsis like will be war ranted 12 months and repairudl wtthwnt charge if it fail in that time. He will do repidalt the shortest notice, and In ease any person l1in g at a distance should want reps ig on ,~. will write to that effect, he wl, scud ,I6 Ut jub, and return it when done. - JAS. W. AMBRtOSE. N.B.--His -maats are as reasonable as anay person could ei et. Bishopville, S. -., larch 9, 1852, . Black River Watchna~ an le Sla Improved Cotton (is, Thank ful for past fatvours the subscrib ~ eyst as to inform the public that be still mafie tunes Cotton Gins at his establishmaent.1 iltte, burg, on the most Improved and apid lan, which lhe thinks that the cotton itd6 c -- of those gins of the late improvemnent ~Wsl at least aquarter of a cent mom than Ihpces ton ginned on the osdinr gin. Bie alitaan ulactures them on thes ,m aimps <:na 'lin of the finest finish and of the lh'.t matE lsu wit, Steel Saws and Steel Plated -t hardened which he will sell fpr Si per Sa. lie also repairs old ginsa and ptts them In .qotas plete order at the shortest notice. Al'tdlers for Goins will be promptl9ar IjuhtmtaiJatug Stateburg, Sumter Diet, S.C e9 6 Wholesale and Rettfl P5E RRY M10SES is tiwv'ec v ng 'his stock of DRY GOODS, GROCERIEN. CROCKERY, H A R DWARE IIAT$ ANJI CADi' .~L IBOOTS ANIfe )pEs SOEANI) IIARNES$2 -~~1~ & P'AINT8, OIL AND GLA~ CARRIAGE TREUMltf which froim the fact of hvkoi.bgW2J1 bought, and receivejigy 1t over the CONGAUEE BRI4 % and will sell at ilt loai tm r SI WnntLs~.r&or RK'rAtL.. BIACQN at l at Nov ', 1