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To'"O anooean 'bra wIlt hi i
T a4y; more' awake uk.' f
- etWo should.nuoti onibbath d
hen0i to the WSolennChurch we, goo.
Atid mnar ou rends', devotion
is ad, alas! but no less true,
- Trhat scores -who. 'rit, fond of snoosti g
.411' hiA with Borrow fromn the thought
Their sp at, Churchs from losing.
Tnioir'cualsioned e t.' 7'filled,
l'They freely pay for prie hI;
While othereisng th'ey anort'and snore,
No -word thir nheart o'er reachIng.
The Proacher's soft and. mellow voice
Their oWn oblivion feeling;
The sudden .catch and timely start
Whila oo'er proents their knelio,.
Tond slmuch to smootle the rugged path
IThey tread t wok day calling.
They never chieor this Pastor's heart
By groaning or by weepihg;
While others show their faith by works,
Tey Show THEIr ertr by sleeping.
Yodrowh y soul'e remember that
Hard 'sl te road before and ath thee,
And although the Parson can't arose,
TyAT may perchance awake thee.
youthern Pnatiarg--Coiw Pea
Ootton Seed, Etc.1
IN your last number, Mr. R,)binscu,
perceive, notices the fatal effects, in
-eississippi, of turning stock into pa
fields. Ihave myself been a sufferer,
in the loss ofmany valuable cattle, from
the same cause. The usual hazard of
feeding Peas, however,- mnay be much
lessend by proper precuations. In the
first place, I would recommend the red
inter pea as least injurious; and
planting on the same ridge with corn,
to induce the vine to grow on the corn
stalk, to prevent as much as possible
the pods from coming in contact wih
the ground, which, in wet seasons, of
casionsthem to rot very early, in which
state they arepoison. Before stock of
any kind are turned into pea fields,
they should be liberally fed with corn
lest they gorge themselves by too heivy
a meal. They should have access
to water at all times; and if the fields
-contain none, they should be driven to
It thrice a-day. Salt freoly twice a
week, and rigidly exclude horses and
attle from pea fiehs in wet weather.
Better th they are kept on short com
mons than feast on food iso dangerous.
If they swol and are not speedily re
lieved by moderate exercise, they
-should be punctured with a sharp knife,
otween the hip and back rib, sufficient
ly deep- to reach the cavity, which,
nie cases i ten, will afford instant re
,Hogs should never have access to
yea fields, excepting those intended to
fatten for slaughter. To stock cos,
they are an as injurious as cotton
-seed, on both of which they will thrive
for a time; but half that are thus fed,
l dep to rach wether caityroachs
hogserien wll afinoth insantley-o
hog Mshoulpi d neverhve aestoI
peafid, nteyetn thse intended.
They ared amotnd inurios, and cthe
whod, onrface of whih eath iswille thv
for am; bul thatarffcencyu ofedr,
with d ite asttre te aepprohes.en
Ie, no cout thatIquie eve eenmine
hog threveing weltheynae valened,
athrn Misisipi and inwhere haste in
knwhen they mencaed getaper.inth
Tprmgoods abtundracious, and the
whrole sac of the earungi fleds t
wor; sof tony as slesny incois
withma lyte attewhisn teon ep thelen
lisng th a tisryofe oie r, I e halin
for the eensing vcrope manre pened,
hild ofucrn, hnd ifuth resulo pastue anleu
theoducy. I woe uld preferh openlo
eio pfasues, but or e ons myhfels
hen'e.yO commenseecow-pn indh
sprigleg maeand voacshes, and takeir
routh 5our-hovrinwgo ors, nds
2,840 mass inds The stoahterc arei
ftoys wide, and the youngdep. Teah
My wero ofbcrne la seaon, irn toMafs
depsipi, nary qualedrha lofh rd
fored byr hdilst thwooroh dowrl
brshts. .oTe fouth. istunthmited
for the experimntrp mauras yeeryt
ahls, doces anei the epect gat lle
als myi ecatonsIwl W. iHA you.h
prdc.Iwood jst close tarh opera
tin a ulin-giutmureaot.ld
heri Of cotseA d ows. -p ead
stbe manure, nl wihases, of haveiake
2,h4 crsogas. Thle latte fire reai
roa crtas,bu witboie afvewards omn
sfor wide andcate footashep hc ash
swer cotaied b sonethtinied to rate
depid inwt my riher grassu disr
fomed b trifwodroughtm owtim
byirhetood hesuppich conlminted;
and gas eilperie made luxast awt
huafthsseso. V HA I
1,o sV59 6
ex Zments on1 1 1 s
a 'a ~ ~e~ th& rmarka~.
ble phenoten~ o(to g water in red
hot crucibles, under the iftre ofithis'
pecqthr.o~ditiop4 At a recenA meed
ingof the Acadey of Sciencs at
ParisjM. Boutigny announced, that by
the persoveri M ffrtis qf-~~o~ -n
steaT e.. gs bequ tructed,
wh lie INaq ovd Y vapior of water
in its sphe &ts f MThis is a ma
chine df odrhoiseto0 ,ith'bd~il6r' of
which is-so. small-that it cau easily be
carried in the pocket. other ma
It was also stated, that two other ma
chines were- alaio in progress, one of
.wo, and theq hof fopr .horse ower;
and th 4 th# t ,f6 litindre bds
power as ,Veiade iA Eng
land. From i cmkbinicatiotn to La
Presselwe learn that the boiler is pla
ced in a bit of .melted lehd, and water
projectea m"siall quantities at a time
upon its heated a'ace. The spheroid.
al state is produced, andi although the
temperature of the water, never rises
ab6ve190 derbiislie'6Ilstibe fciaee of
the vapor given off is Ifouind to be very
far superior to that of steam, in its ordin
ary conditions; and if we undeistand the
somewhat obscure description given, a
portion of the water is decomposed, as
in Professor Grove's beautiful experi
ments, and, the additioinal force of the
gases is rendered available.
We may. briefly state, for the benefit
of those who may not be familiar with
Boutigny's experiments, -that if water
is projected upon, a metal plate heated
to dull readness, it is not vaporized at
once, but it forms itself into a sphere,
and rolling with 'great; rapidity over
the heated surface, evaporates with
comparative slowness. This is the
spheroidal state-a remarkable phisic
al condition is produced, in which even
the ordinary powers of chemical affinity
are suspended, bit the vapor of which
appears to obey other laws than those
of steam. We may, therefore, hope
that we are on the eve of a great im
provement in the employment of heat as
a motive power.-[Literaty Gazette.
A SHORT NEWSPAPER CATE
A writer more philosophical than
popular, in. some periodicals recently
proposed the theory of educating men
for the editorial profession symtemati
cally; deeming it as important to have
qualified persons-in charge of the pub.
lhe press, as at the bar, in the pulpit, or
the sick room. Although the projeetis
not altogether practi'able at this mo
ment, still the time may come when it
will be -expedient -to requnire such pr-e
paration; and with a view to aid the ed
itorial tyro, the following manuel cate
chism is submitted:
Question. What is a dailj newspa
Anawer-. It is a diurnal compendi
um of general intelligence.
Q. What are the principal ingredi
ents of a newspaper.?
A. Fancy, Fiction and Fact?
Q. How are these materials arran
A.- That portion which comes uin
der the head of Pancy is the editorial
dopartment (properly so called.) em
bodying the editor's various favorite
theories, chimerical, reformatory, polit
ical and otherwise, together wvith cogi
tations upon miscellaneous subhjects
all of which are proposed as germs of
public opinion. 'The ingredient of .Fic
tion is that which treats of horible mur
ders, dreadful conflagrations, terrible
catastrophies, births, deaths and maria
ges, notices of new books, commenda
tion of arts, sciences, inventions, and
medicines, and general scandal, filled
out with numerous incidal topics of
great interest to nobody. The portion
allotted to Fact emb~races the advertise
ments, usually with asuch expansivo and
and comprehensive ardor, as to occupy
seven-eighths of the entire sheet.
Q. What is an editor?
A. An editor is an imaginary char
actor supposed to preside over the gen
oral arrangeoments, and to assume the
responsibility, as well as praise or odi
um of all articles not otherwise provided
Q. What is a subseibor?
A. A subscriber is a party contrac
ting .with the publishers, who agree to
find im the paper guldd progquo for .his
Q. What are the rights of subscri
A. Subscribers are entitled to re
ceive their paper reg~ularly, and if ad
vertisers, to have their notices prompst
ly published, and to pay thir bills when
duly presentedl. . .
unbs3melf in all r e(t e i~cz
tahiorsoo noch i i
gn~1advocata,*itheirbo'siness and forc
;6fia5gutnettathe favorite 4heoofsa Qf
0 yana m nkto he anar cti
;bdocy ofy each subscribei forjho
8ubcr'jptton, under peril of stopplhg
Ihat course do sult-iudi pur-I
suo to subdue the contumact of editors?
A. St~p spor.
Wliatiis t rest'i i stop?
..What is the usual rcmody in suob
A. To resume the paper and be at
isfied.with$it aiit is.,
Q. What isa good editi?
A. One whorminds his own business.
and expresses honest opinions.
Q. What is a good subscriber?
A. One wlio is satisfied with his own
opinion when it does not coincide with
that of the editor.
Q. What is a good newspaper?,
A. One with a paying circulation of
ten thousand copies. -,Tornal of con
- The friends di A. R. Brad
hnm, Esq., announce him at a candidate for the
office of Sheriff ut the next election.
March 29th, 1819, 2Itd
67'We are authorized to
announce MALLY BROGDON, Esq.- a
Candidate for the Office of Sheriff of Sum
ter District, at the next Election.
0i1We are auuthorized to
announce Col. JOHN C. RHAME, a-candi
date for the office of Sheriff, at the ensuing
sept. 27, 1849. 48 tf
0-TIe Friends o of Richard
D. BROWN, announce him as a Candidate
for the Office of Sheriff of Sumter District
at the ensuing Election.
Sept. 20, 1848. 47 (f
U-rWe are authorized to announce Major
IOIJN BALLARD, as a candidate for
-Sheriff at the ensuing election.
April 26th, 1848. 26 tf
0:'rTie friends of Willinima
A. COLCLOUGII, Esq, announce him as a
candidate for Sheriff at the next Election.
April 19, 1848. 25
(LT We are authorized to
announce Mr-. JOHN 0. DURANT as a
candidate for the ATlice of Clerk of the Court
at the ensuing election.
Nov.8 3 tf
Mr. Editor :--Please announce JOHN
DARGAN JONE , as a candidate for re
election to the oflice of Clerk of the Court
for Sumter District, and oblige the
April 20th, 1848. 20 tf
(LT Wo ,aro authlorizedl to an
nounce DANIEL II. RICIIBIOURG, a can.
didate for the oflice of Clerk at the ensuing
Jan. 26, 1840. 1.1 tf
FOR TAX COLLE'CTIOR.
(,JT We arce authorized to an
nounce A LEXANDER WATTS, Eseq., as
a (Canadidate for Tax Collector, of Claremont
county at the ensuing Election,
AT THE CAMYDEN BAZAAR,
M. DRUCKERI & CO., respectfully inform
their customers in Sumter and the public gen
erally, that they have received a large and
general assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods,
consisting of every variety suitable for the
season, Also, a complete assortment of
Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery,
Crockery, Boots, Shoes and
Bonnets, Hats and Caps,
Bagging ROp~e, and1
SADDLES, BRIDLES, &C.
And every other article usually kept in their
line of business; all of which are off'ered for
sale at extremeely low prices for Cash. Re
member to call at the
CAMDEN BAZ AAR,
Opposite the Camden Bank, Camnden, S.(C
IMPROVED COTTON GINS,
Thankful for past favours, the subscriber
wvisheq to -infori the .public, that. Ie still
Mann actures COTTON GINN3 et hie Es.,
tablishment in Statesburg on the most im.
proved and approved plan, of the most aim.
pie construction of the finest finish, and of
the best materials, to wvit, Steel Saws and
Steel plated ribs case hardened, in which he
wvill sell for two dollars per saw. He also
repairs old Gins, and puts them in com
plete order at the shortest notice. All or
ders for Gins will be promply and punctue
ally attended to.
Ritthbrgm C.( Apnril 11, 184n_ 9A* tj
ou'ib t e*rl~~
nerp. qs I,~. ba -4
modi int1t renunty0 t oi~g,.t.
s!hall thereby.Oes rjfado5e as tanIad..-~
sist the einse of hilmanity,
flnu.urA& l Caoo.Wt M. D.,Mixinton1
as, er o tit
Jouff0 Hirs/owberry 9DrstriefS - 46.
- We A. HW-1t 4. eWb Ditiietj
or 1'LMO 6J0% IxkA I il
Tuons. S-r.vuuson, Darlingon -& .t
~J6mt? Csfacvh, Darlingbon D'st , S. C.
This max certify that after tryinsg ery rem.
futevil'ai Coh er
ease of my eyelid wheh of h I in
was cancot,"Uiat Spidi'blI eIng strengthened b6
on~ A; of thCm'xtensi-Ve radterK'ttn u
hiE. I rcived no permanent lief d he r
ure1h .I&av narw j ie le t i kL.
has made a permaneut-euro' of It, and theti l
the very sho:tdtl::e p elf ven weeks from
the first. applica'ltin-, .yf(a a.Ire
stated,'was of tI blvyb '
slow-but strded f ti fdIt
be afflicted wi: th ihtd~'hI "steol'ia~f
the Dotorrengdy-by all itae.n I earnest
Ty and conientiruly DringtonBp% in
overy case whye ils igpton Dse, . .di
ease usot cp d if ytia i t a e1 ary W X o ry( i ,n y
Jantuary 1,'1849. .44 *.
I take this opportuuity f a ti
public that I1tinbedii MflIoet with theda n.j
ger ons disaseieaneer, forthd!pasi t x~-yearsudn
sny suppar lp,&IandbOtIosuiglarmed~oenaecOoist
of the pain it gavo mue, asd ofj a nWpid,astmth,
I was Imduced to upely eo phicieasU Apid ,1t
Iobaned no ,reie o . Ieo rm
Into up aJ ihopes ofever leen ;
the fort.nately I saf r. c , . n fr
ithe Columbii *Car'elinig'' a" :am
and putt mysel nu ttder Jusua.en isn in sev
en weeks thes discuse *s:a reN~ovd Wtad tile a e'
tealed over. I advise all tio orfb'ith tl
der this dre edrul disease to u'pplty to himmfoitN
with. V 1 'YJthN fr..
Newberry Di-t., S. C4, Jul: 17, 1848.:::
0:*r All -persons who may he'aflie'ted
with the dantgerous distbas', CA N CO ft,
and are dispose'd to thtiik tits" euripug,
can satisfy tlmseliv by ,.addreassing.
wose s a ore a [ the
above certl ic . e
AT CIIARLESTON xICIs
Z. J.- DeOHAY,
JT. A. CLEVELAND1
DRIJOGIST AND APOTHECARY
NEARLY OP4 T5 I . C.
Takes thi method of inb(iialfthoi.ti
zone of Sumter, Dprlingtof, apd he.pijacent
counatry, that he keppsalways-o haud,.o
fresh and well selected stocic of,. , i.
Drul Cemicals,lmnts,1 i id yeo
tuffs;~ ~ t W, . Mas anPtoty,
Patent.. des .and Perumery;.
Soaps, Brushes, Combsand Fa.ncy: rticles.
Embracing evryr aticle now, used in the
Practice 'c,' &&
All of which Will bsei e as low p sattilisf
the same quality cb bought in Charles
ton, lR CASr on Cpsejr.
chants will do Well to give me a calT ~rO
Cameneb.1, 149 1~' tf
Tesubscriber, hawvi takerN,5he'cr
Store, (knowns as "McLeans) woidt
respectfully, tcquaint his old Friendien iJd
t e ubic et aagtii~i iy a J
tinh ana e : n the most
He wit) -keeptdrwstantly o'nt d h 'T elh
and seasonable asgortrgenf of %h1lti''f
the latest and maost-'apjroved tit
hopes, biy punctuality and i. de eto~j
all,- Ito merit a contintanca s iir ?oH
age and confidencer 2~a ~i11!
Jan. 15, 1849, 1 t'
Forual~ at the DH' qre~ ~
- 4 1'da
Bacond and ;a tra8 I&r
letw 1 hBra f~OW R~
10,000 SEGARW for Sale by- y j
0 a i
uMM i 0.
7 1 4 . - ..
a 1t4 .1ti.. ) Tsa . M
o(er04mano f t trin ad.
win Cane Tbtih5
A11 0 ol. Rei rd
.. ij f 116.,T:L Ii.,tN a
1. . Do . C
Jrdp7,i8 14 " b
aoolistry earty Md th'slsloe let
S-ndr odavrto Cam
to hterit a c Aciy lirationoegr
0an~Fb2,~9 c .7177 2m,
i0b Do-lly eevd,
g theaw,frmesubscriber, on th listO
T~sao o h al ol wa.n tA Cam-.
dn.ladfoirewr allddrson albi rogQ
28lihirgn y1849. ai" ii r2ar
NEW DRUG STORE
.The subscriber. would reapectfully inforna
his'cihtBirfrfiends, and the pubbe gener.
ally of duthter, that he has, and will constant.
ly keep on h'and, i6reshi and wvell abidetec
stock of Medicines,Paints,~ Oilsp Dye~tul
Window. Glass and-littty; Fine Soaps ane
Fanarysleskellqfekwhich willbd sokc
P,'.-A4 drdera from thE cout proinpta
The undrsign~i has just received furll
a'd genecral assortment bf Now, Oaodu, which
henyil1~eligeryrJo# for Cash or goVaper
J)Ies rsjozro reypeptfu~ unforn
eithbi- fornabldotu to pioe
&Ul*eask ikhtlotie al
sxmpaine fr opOrselrea~and wed'oubt not;
that apil ~ tsac ilergiivenn :i
4xceltei 41vrlst Milha'thedMill- Hioud 1B i
Qrst rat9Arpal3A)aving been latteb ilt n
mn improved plan, a goo4..pt~( utotn
t t~Iarh 9ldwlif1
I y vA
Aet sh~f. _
Otox t otIni
-wiht"' We uMr i,
ist uwe~ol f ,NssiOV.ii'
eu r s r , M t ma
'Ant ib dtlhiii
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