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2&2 O singie dentleman.
MorningNovember 11, at
irpeast 11-0 olok prebsely an un.
te young Man, W.:divar 0
11 (y .underwent the extreme
*e ' infuation, by expiating
attachmen to Mart Ann Galein
-" t of the aitsrraiings of St. Ma
- '.6huob? Islington.
Ilb In the recollection of all
p6i. frieids of the parties Who were
*VJoi~e's party at Brixton, two years
a9i,,that Mr. Pinknoy was there
Ahfd thlt.first introduced to Mary
SGaleto hom ho instantly began to
diect particular attentions, dancing
with her no loss than six sets that
evening, and handing her things at
supper in the most devoted manner.
From that period commenced the in
tima6y beween tiem which termina
todi this mo-rning's catastrophe.
Poor Pinckney had barely attained
.Ai.s .twenty-eighth year; but there is
i-eason to believe that but for rea
sons of a pecuniary nature, his single
life would have come earlier to an
yntimely end. A change for the
better, however, having occurred in
his circumstances, the young lad v's
friends were induced to sanction his
addresses, and thus becune ace-sso
rioesto the course for which he has
The unhappy man passed the last
ni of his bachelor existence in his
-So ry chamber. From half past
t to ten he was engaged in writing
letters. Shortly after his vounger
bLether, Henry, knocked at the door,
wvhen the doomed youth told him to
come in. On being asked when he
meant bed, he replied-'Not vet.'
The question was then put to
him how lie thought he should
sleep ? to which he answered I don't
know.' le then expressed his de
- sire for a segar and a glass of grog.
His brother, who sat down and par
Ook of the like refreshmnents, now
demanded if he would take anything
more that night. He said 'nothing,'
Qn a firm voice. His affectionate
-brother then rose to take leave, when
the devoted one considerately advis
ed Iiiin to take care of himself.
Precisely at a quarter of a minute
to seven the next morning, the victim
4f Cupid having been called, accord.
ing to his desire, lie rose and prompt
ly dressed himself. ie had the self
control to shave himself without the
slightest injury; for n.t even a scratch
upon his chin appeared after the or.
eration. It would seem that he had
devoted a longer time than usual to
wretched man was attired in
dcae r'codt with frosted
i a:es and: nankeen
FX\ie around his neck a v'ariega
ted satin scarf which partly concealed
~ha Corrazzo of the bosom. Ini front
of the scarf was insertedl a breast-pin
of conspicuous dimensions.
Having descended the stairease
with a quick step, he entered the
apartment where his brother and ai
few friends awaited him, lie theni
shook hands with all present: and or
being asked how he slept, answered
- -'Very well;' and to the further- de
man asto hestateof his mind, h
said that ho 'felt happy..'
Ono of the party herenpon sug
gested that it would be as well to
take something befor-e the melanchol
ceremony was gone through, he ex
claimed with some emphasis, 'decided
ly.' Breakfast was accordingly serv
ed, when he ate a French roll, large
round of toast two sausages, and three
ntew laid eggs which lie washed down
1rith thr-ee great breakfast cups oh
tea. In reply to an expression of
astonishment on the part of perVsons
present lie declared that he had ner
*er felt heartier in his life.
Having inquir-ed the tme, and as
dertained that it was ten minutes to
eleven, he remarked that it would
loon be over-. is brother then in
quired if lie coild do anythingr for
imn; whenn he said lhe should like to
have a glass of ale. Hiaving dIranik
this, ho appeared to be satistlied.
The fatal moment now approached,
he 4evoted the remaining portion or
Stiine to distributing among his
n yrtl~so little articles lhe wrould
Sloinger want.- To one lie gave his
*segar case, to another his tobacco
9topper, and ho charged his brother
Hen:ry ithhi latch key, with in
over7 with duo solemnity, to the land
~ h/efack at hngth struck eeven,
4nd at the same moment lie was in
*rned that a' cab was at the door.
~ merely said, 'I am ready,' and
iloged himself to be conducted to
- jh hiele, into wieh lhe got with
hit Stather, his friends following onu
* ~ Behinid in others.
ArrivelIat thretragical spot, ashort,
-bdt anxious delay of some secondls
ap& pfc; after which they weire
Ind byv the lady with her friends.
Jtie was said on either side, but
~ISGale~with customary decorumi,
*ed tears. Pinokney endeavored to
~neoiin, but a slight twitel.
q.;,~g~v is mouth and eyebrows pro
~*~dhis inward agitation.
Si ~w~ ed, and the prescribed
s*tfell~ fvalities gone through,
~usual qurestion was put-'Wilt
To which the rash youth replied in a
distinct voicd, "I willbl
U. then put tie fatal riig o4 Miss
Galo's fingi, the hymcnty niopo as
adJusted, ra(i the poor fellowwvas
launched into miatrimoniy. -L71don
A Rat among Rattlesnakes.
We visited on Monday afternoon
three o'clock, the State Geological
iUall to witirss an interesting and
gratuitous exiibition, got up by the
conipetent and gentlemauly Mr.
Jo'.i Gebard., Jr, so deservedly a
favorite with the crowds of ladies
and gentlemen. to whom he shows
such a polite and generous hospitality
on visiting that estab isliment. In a
strong glass wire enge in which there
are four large rattlesnakes, two of
thein six feet long, and fourteen small
ones of various sizes, a large rat was
placed. As sooi as it cntered
their den, the ar-ger snakes raised
themselves and with their coal-bick
eyes looking on the intruder dropped
their heals, (ieCluing him an unwor
thy antagonist. Not so, however,
with the smaller reptiles, for two or
three of tIem iistaitly clarged on
the rat and runring out their forked
tongueiCs, quickly inserted their fangs
into his phinp body. Mons. Rat
grabbed (e about fuuteeni inches
long with his teeth, ala biting it
throu gi awl through the head shook
it with inadIness ail dri'opped the lit
tle tuonster <lead at Ihis feet-The lit
tle ones receded, antd the larger ones
raisel then.seves muil shook their
fearful rattl es, then lwly the ruest
i)oisolousi (A all the inotlv cronitd, a
yellow iattles.nake Iuir feet long
poised hiinisehl'. every muscle of his
bod y wurkingL' in dreinul cu 1 Contortion,
thuen darting:, forwari it struck a fear
f,1l blow with its po is'unouts filngs into
the rat, the vel-1om fllow'11ng the
wouuil . F;eirae i'by this eflort,
the large black ra-ttlers several times
struck it, anil the rat went round and
round the cage, only i-Itin the
sinaller onIes, w ho kGe t conlt inually
biting is legs. The noise made b'
their rattles an1d hissing was teriible.
aud the crow(d of behlolders stood
awe-struck wit umin the feat ful
contest. Slowly the rat's letgs began
to swell as tle poisol tuok effect, and
tley soon ls-camelu of suelh ali enor
1Oi1ou s1-"1 as to he I owelk-ss when lie
drage ihitselfarondstill shlowing.
deternnitied baavery, as tile eno-Inous
bites lie gave the s inuller Stingi'ng'
monsters pro'ivedl. At last exhaustett
iiature began to give way slowly, as
Ws b)dV biecalie benumbed, his eyes
asfdhceasedl to walk over
and over t ho rept'6es, and the biteu
tuie little wr-etches cont'nucd to give
Ihiin were unheededl, for lie streCtced(
hiinself out awI iled al'ter a for'ty
mninutes fi~ht. None of' them ate (el
lhis bodly, tihr thir sna~keship~ w ill
not patatke of food agasin till the next
On~se of ii i'-- i isnin s toi L.ihil
late'ly ii-sihl an exploriniig tour oft tw
honda-,al and-4u bt. ih e (All ThIn- Jihi
Onuent,,..( and Cendat. In hsis rpurl
hei. sav is:
oSnehl a -eunitry as-c wepass. di llhrough
(.III 4;Vt t t:a: v tra i i,54a 1u 1-1111ee
trolia i Isa ,!s u ch 4!4v Iigsid from
Triida i , C i Toti ai .4 lathe \ i' i
c oIu'r iang iI Is-rI* I~nliis, s':ulst
41ing i 'i generally . para l 5-- w ilth
isino *l5(nger: Iin the4 4'ra 5 fb r igs i
and~~ i i n w 1'n''ii, ineh 31ar
else ii;' rei! sil ill r,-i lt y :s! . b ii te
A I rn-in h are~ -.. t''r: r inlt nob:!a)tionis
the objecil I f rii'.'I'e! : il. Ti'-e areuuc
we icifu .ad 'i extrsivei tLa!! va lieura,
the base lf th s: ii'ntais, ut' sbidb
tonlleii v t~i i 'l ol i hiti leve t ity
iwei neveruiii walk t omr tl. : i tw h o bsus,
il~cigili toaiii s~ y lio ofeoan
I.Str 1uni'4V o V se i o tirou the1 many~
sma'dc ll rp0'rSive whh i l int1h-e hisl
Ai h filiut iean Can an. .\n ei avh
1ete i ani(l exmiii ti-n- of the'1 1Iaapion
oftuse strem t the po~isuW pos ofm'ci
anoryt, l~iitsbrmi, &at . andll~i lii heskitat
in o to :Wirm h awuinia the Goli.
mstii , eliil ' sitlua tin ma bei fuiound,
wher Ito t anys ~ time dars' ing t year good
of the riOchnes 6f io country whioh
God Ilt i* ' b. A fricans,. and to
which their exie .relfiren were invi.
ted by so many powerful consideratIons
I rucai4ured soveral trees, y
journal, kept at theimeo with ous
exactness, records twenty-thre wen.
ty-four, and twenty-five feet, as the
circumfcrence of many of them within
ix feet of the ground. Let me remark
that tho variety and superior quality of
the wood found in these forests, and in.
deed all along the boralors and around
the settlement of Liberia, from Grand
Cape Mount to Cape Patinas, or Mary.
Innd, ennnot be excelled anywhere
within the torrid zone. From a species
of poular, soft and adupted to al the
purposes for which the white pine is
used in A merica, tip to the tea, a variety
of mahogany, a beautifual species of
hickory, very abundant at Cape Palmans,
the iron wood, the brimstone, suscepti.
ble of'u polish for furniture of sturpos.
sing beauty, and rnuny others, an almost
endless supply may be found.
"It is an exceedingly fe-rtile soil. The
imiiense undergrowth of shrub and vine
interwoven around the giants of th
forest, so thick, so impenetruble, with.
out much effiort and through which a
foolpjatha only conducts the traveller. is
the best proof of this. But the grains,
roots, fruits, vines of the tropic- all con.
centrc li-.re, and may be raised with a
de'gree of coniparrative ease, a t apidity
of' growth, and an abundanace almost in.
credible. I have stood erect under the
brnnchcs of a cotton tree in a Gotiltah
village, as they spread forth from the
main trunk, lauden with bolls and sup.
ported lay f'orked sticks to prevent their
being" broken dowii by their own Weight,
and found, on in'usuring, that tla tree
covered a space often feet in diameter.
On) examining the st ajle, as the ripened
boll.-. burst into mat urity, it was ftind
It; good aid e] cptal in dhe firiness of its
fibre to the cotton of any county. As
to eoil'-e, I will oily lnrrow the words
(f tho report ns a cominent on thean.
selves: "Coffi'e ofn quality superior to
ihe best Jnva or Mocha is raised in
Litwvrint, anl cnn be cultivated with
great case to nlly extent.' It is a counatry
w heri tobacco, that great article of
coimimre may be cultivated, in any
"flut the region in the vicinity of
Liberia is one of' great mineral wealth.
J Tiis renains for science fully to
levelop, taut we may confidently arrive
tat this cor clusion from What has beent
discovered. 01 the Gold Coast your
Conitmittee say right when they assert
that "England has received altogether
8200,000,000 of' gold from A friea."
Liheria is adjacent to the Gold Coast.
But I would speak of what is better thin
gold--iron. And stuch is the purity of
iron ore obtiaied by the natives of
Aftica inmediately in the vicinity of
Liberin, which thev describe as being
taundoant, that they have no furnaces;
they net,; l non. w.e ' nyuri.
A. Av. ai. is r > enis nre
mande by iathm oforei, seo pure that whni
hteottd, it bercomnes at otnce suiflieienthe
kntivyes, bli- i.hooks, war cuatlass's, sp~a rs,
taxis, hoes, &.utofthsrewho
Froma the' Now-York Evenainag Mirror.
A Staitling Bet.
A gentlemian in our office y'esterday
otleed to inake a bet that WVilhaam Ii
Sownrid woulti be the next President ol
I le Uniiitedi S autos ! It is piroper to pre.
mtise thaat the otli-r was made lby one o1
oualr maost sutan~i t ia citizens, who is anr
aible laiwye r. alt obaserv ing potlit ician
aind a strong Uaniona Whlia. WVe conafes,
Ithat comintg fromli such a source, and
ttttered' tia Iipeculiary emphatatic main
aner, the~ paropo:,it~ona somnew I at stu ti led
GOur friend batced tup htis predlict iota,
lby asertinlg thiat Seward could ca rry
a'.ay~, ini a P'residlential conitest, New
York .lsssahusetts, C'onnecticut, V'er.
moana, OJhio, a nd pa(si/ Ne w ltatm p.
shire; and15 thtese States, hto thinks, aire
entaigth to throw tihe-electioii inito the
I louse; anid when it'pmes to thiat, hte
baliaeves that the friends of AMr. Sewanit,
cithlera by f'ai r mnetins or fout, wouhld
mlaage to carry the day.
We fancy. we cano see a smile of
anees( ~o iu SiI ler.ic Gre fiends its they'
it is~ a ui se mimia in war, tnevet' to
tundecr estimiatea the strenigth ofr your
enaemy. Se watrd is ten t imaes the fhsX,
ever V'anlluorent was; taml hats a bette'r
ciha~ncre for the Presida'ey niow, lhani
the "Kindrhoo ak Afagrecian"' had tu o
aviirs beforie his. election.
Ie ic s nott only: ni cuintag politician,
wvho know~ hotaw nand wheni to throw out
swe maorse'is off prmiiso to ctatch athte
fa'.irl of thet preople.; btut lie posse i
(Cairabna itou ichel ieu ini'l Tu riowi Weed'a,
~and a paower~fual ally in CaXrdial
I tlughes, to aid himu ini tatv .Jesuitivnl
plot necessay to thle taccomli shmtenit of
is ambi tliiitiu slceme's. TIhio prmess,
alIso, oif thei Sttate of Newi Yor ka so Io.
tat least, as 'thae rurtal districts'' tire
concore.1 ist alr headly suborne'iid to hiis
paurpiose, tawl' closely tiflilited to the
"etr al orglian" a Albaanv.
In New. Enigtand1, thle I loston Atltas,
totr tman y year s th lehtad in j' ournal of'
thes Whig para y, hias gonie ove'cr to tile
"wooll? y hietads,'" hoarsec, foot iad
draags, and all its Etsteran sttchlits
are tumiin~ag aafterm it. Tihae Ilurhiangton
ree ' Prss, anal the Vermonit WVach.
manil tia inatenisely "wo.'olily';" tand tire
sidl to lbe ina the paya of' the $Lewnilitaes.
Th'le Portland10 Ash vert ise r is amin~ Itg
the somei~ comiplexioii; atnd there as
scarcely n standahiird bearetr left amoang
the obd WIhg editors of New.. Egltana,
who~l fights undae r the broad banniier ofthIe
I tiaian, uipotn the brood palat formi of' the
The New Bealford Mcetury, a paper
of some importanco ini the Old Colony,
rho niga n oaf thle Gainnels anid 01ther
mni llinri's of H ristol Countyv, comes
Ie"pct ful fom hisv.friends ail tho
pubblir generilly, thtat lie hins juset recreiv- 4t
ed a large ad well selected TCOX of
FALL and WliTiR GOODS, cvnristlin oft
French, Enilidi and American lroal Clothal
Frutieb and ,iilih Casinterit, plaini naudlit
cy, double stTl inglo iled 1)ueskins, French
oand linglish, TwcoeLdM, KeLntulcky JennesIC, Er
nmin Clitli. Irish Linnetut. Glovest, uspeidors,
Cmvut, lnnkerclitfx, TIose, Eanbrella, &c.
All of which will be sold at the most liberal
termsr, and at prices corresponding witli the
Garnents manufictured by tle iUbscriber
and warranted to givu ratisfactlm.
Oct. 9, 1850 s ly
Jaundice, 1)yspepsia, Ultrone or
Ner-vousa ebility, Disease of
in g front a Dkisrder
ed liver or Stonach,
8ult as Constipation, in
ward Pies. ituIln esS, or blood
to tiw Ileutd, Acidiiy if tite Sto.
mach, Naiusea, 1cartburn, 1)is
eiuetfor Food, itllness or weiyht in
tha Sttomaoh, Sour Eructations,
Sin/cinty or Flluttering at the
Pit f (1w Stoinach. Swim
miny f the Ifeud, Hudlicd
and d'licult Jreatiing,
futtlerii (it thelliart,
Suj'occithnqi sensitions . when it a
1.4/iny Pm re, .Dimnes qf
VIion, b,,tg or Webs be
fore the Siqlt, Fever
an( dull pati.n in the
RY1-in and Iyes. Pain
in M e Side, Pick, Uhveit,
Limbm. ..,Suddten Flu.hes
ol' Heat, lirn ini in tim iesi,
C'onslanut. inatiinns <:f Eil, and
Great i)epres.ion if aspiits, can be
EF 'llN . CUil) BY
Cebe4bralt eu n 3tes
DR. C. M. JACKSON,
GR RAN .T11E- 'IYl|W'~ -,
Nao A 20 A re 1% Sit., P13 i EIdl phia,
Their xmtrer rater tMeaila-rr truet as.not ex
reibal. it ujtwilld, /iny ay allier 7Irexration in the'
f'uited Sit.ae, a - the re.s aut-st. in many c:sircs
ft r ski'iuI; yicians hadl fai!exi.
Theeu 1ai~trsa art1et wrh1r t lh ntentiln of in
va1lit. PI Seitn . e:en virtue-- itn the re-tifica.
tifn of ditensei of :h, l.iLver ini lesiser giands,
extIresing tle ruIoit seairching poweilrs ill veak.
ite nal aUfeietin of at. diig..-tive orgnns, they
ar, wita. ae. re'ttanl ;mnl ph-mInt. *
.I .l' .NI) A iN CONVIN('li. -
Cea.4. In:Fson, Jeq., l'aston. Md., in a
letter to 1, .iack,,on. Jan. 9, 1850. said
"Mywif an-l ysOiefhai6.att ihed more - t
efit fromt yotar m haa e nm'aauve'.her we ha ,,,.
afLock,,Va. .hintldry 10J830. rnil -
"We! havo mnilly refr-nirwd fromi recomn
meing a to the publi1 i ay of the valriots i'ntenat
Metdicines' of al lth da, tunleis- thoro.ughly coin
~ intced of thleir' vah'te. .-m thme2lL 11(.we considt~.
er worthy ofr ntlice i-i thea Gearsnan hiar. in
venated bty lir. If!0tin0:0t. andl prepu~red by' ibr.
.inekson. in l'hiiliallelphht. bI),o instlance in
panrt ieoar, iln~ which Il the supritor virtues'l of this
I tlhervaitiont. I )tring te lutI ,tnmner.na sett of
Mr. Annmm ti U(n.i rtt. t.. of thais coutyt, n-tS
'.ery se'riet'ly affIlice-el n ih ItI.ive*r cotnphaint,
a111t atIr Irln:'n 1 an1 various1 '0 rttlnedIietl, hei
prhed:z ai ho of !.,- Ih,; aers. rtnd' after us
tag~ itI uni so ituich relieveda of his dlistrsing
nIla ady. th~at liw poaw2aed unthe11r bottile, and is
m:c,t'rei entair.ly to bEn Ih.''
IL l.Al FlI ~iiit~E A Ili.W F.CT
.lt-a: .I . .y N ,antan with great
,'cienatine andl hierary &.tanjilla-ut, 'aid iln hi,,
inI the spi.n.-t r to be. tunanimon20. ini re
connnti~nltJ, 2aI the r,'n;, a .. 1b:2i:n2<. It ill
55nade nite2r a pr.., ritjin ui..hlledi h- nedt otfildt
I'ref. o ~'toI th li niver-i'r ofi .Ieinn, Private
Phirinn to142( the libuet i'rtts-in, and. onie of
p1rodneed, II Iii' n'a emphat.2ially thei etwlhny olf
hundll4at. 212] lahr ier.r. 2n inaineis of n bichf lhe
u'. as al inventlo, r ll en .lor..er tulay bae confml.
den2tly~ reli-i mal. II' rp i:dly recommended'Il~rl
it, n I~ser oinpaint th 10psi t 11chility,
ar111 a11ll l tp lat ari *in1' fradia a d~irordetred,
< l~IO 2'hti ''I the .rea ch12I, lthe lit 'r-atnd the in.
i.., IC c om4 itell ''If 0 i t a,'!lence, alt I tet erail
1:u2nwe*e, t we fela.It warnin4tsu'! otly iln callingt
tha.e atte atin 2f our reader:,1 ito aial- the pe-n r
p rtr' SlIr. i'i. .31~ .ive G 'a praain
310.li t tli irS t:V M D 'N ilr:l'-:. s
T " P1. ,A~ t.r It 244 .N 're a'n.t I l2. 2 r r-r rt,'
tn- best' '2 nal 111 -n-p. 22 r publi:1hed li ther
101 e12 tateI0 .r lil- l itor t rata Iltrof ll~12( l
1111.1 t-lit j ial. 22,1's t.FiiM \Nla lilains
''tiha i b . it 121e n-i 'a. 21.1s i wha! Itre
taried I.i en .l-d<ie t i cofaence tand
nre.1 no12.22no 11. 2I! a' 2nh;. lai-i~si :nlal heu or
tn1ellef Ill f-1 a 011.110 i~r:trlia-2 it inl Iet
111i!1 lth fore-2i. 1be2 fa0 n a-Ol --01 th1n. fr thel' n.~
ion. 1121he .. 1 22 l l- h e ,a.',- rauil tI' s a/rla s that i .l
.;;, to a Ii ilu -o 2 . hra t rol e I a luore~a ofit ui
ed i th r.' ia ta o th I'e;.:211ber o l'h i,.ici ns
Pluhle 24 lphia ha na-! lot hiearler ~n hal co nrined
a211 f a th~l~a c alan -i;.i -.a hed.l~l f andl a fully
il aringtie t lie i.!atb prh art.a~aatin il meet
w it thi iit appr) al11 w .enprted OFe
Th41 1alt h t wili' tvillu enre ia ier oaint
1-'qs direct.-. lIi4.lar '21j pc 'iiall riat th t om
eNo.a lis) tt is p refertbb 22:tor clomel inall~
~lzton dof s u it e lait!:-t ) innndiat e.tll,212 Thy
uith a y 1atal rhable be1fi aan iof
I *2W\tFO ~'~il llS
Slave Low; nod in view of' 1t1 coImhTl'
contest 11olilaho lhllowing langtiagI:
'Te WilgsI of this State will never
be brought.to udvocate, or defend, or
tole:atu the Fugitive Slave Law, qr.
will they ever nid in procuring the re.,
tIolinaion .of' tile President who has
been tle chiarpion of tut law. vho
ever else may lie tihe choice of tle North
for the Whi Presidential candidate, it
will not be Millurl Fillmore, nor his
Secret ry or State."
TI'leso indticions should not ' he
unlhecded by tih svniunels oi thO watch
lowers of tho Repuildic. It is timo to
sound t(e a lario to the sleepers within
the citalth. Omr em(neies arc iireadv
in thIa lihuh; mnl hie iext cry will b e:
"''The l'hilistines aire uponl ni."
I'he Van iinI ren i wing of lie Demo.
arntic pariyi sttnl rently to go over to
tile Stewardites ihr a -considlerution;'
say an Attoriey G ern:lship for Iat
lIer, 1al it rissioni to St. Janies fpr
Prinue John; while th Itoni insi of
tlie Sout h west ti 'bnurebin- ip ia n motly
regiment to joi the invurina lcost (io
the Norti. Frieids (it lithe Union! look
to vour airim ! Timll ittle of Wutcr
fuo is yet to be fough.
Mints about .2ccrocnn.
The sinalu sizt I r 'aiil own.<s (if e:dt hed
rooms %;jvy; Sir Jamie (Irkc, reders thern
very iniiulturiF. atl andthWmcase is retuler.
ed worse by close wld i a a tliek cur.
trains andt 1jlirjua w: 1 Ith whichj fth beds
are oftii Fo c:reully surrounded as to
preveit tle posiT of thle air Leinqf re
inewed. Till: ci eiqc qtaice is that we ar
breat hing vitiated :ur during Ith greli er'r
purt o3 the cigt, tliit is dur moire than
;a third pa:rt utfur lves; ;0Aid uis the peri
od of repise u% bih is neces:-arv for thie
renovation of our inli.ental an1d lboddly vi'-or
becomnes a sourc of iease. v(licep under
suc'hi' ciicuistan: es is very oft cii iztnrbed
$fnd always mnuch le s re,:fw !hmlg than-I
wheln e'I'joyel in a well ent ailtedC apart
bnent. It n!:eu h, I:: it'ed, that suich
reposet ilstlall ofbinig' l by renova.
led ti-irenglh and ictivi, is suce'edd by
a degree of. ve-is ;'ini laiguor wlii
is nit tovercorne untdzi th. lpnerso:: has n I
silln tie ill a purer to.:pet rto. Nr is
this thle oly evil arisi'n.- Ito:)) S'eping., inl
n dil-ventiedl apartaeit. \'hen it is
kniown that the biloodj u~ainimrge s iist ill.
p rtant chauges in it. circulaion through
tle lunga's by iutn':u's t the air v which Ie
breathe, aNd tImt t!wse ltal c'e, 'i
onmly be eilhfle:l ly tile respir ati: of pure
air it w%,.ll be eas:Iy i:ileistd how .le
Iea1%lthy fun;ctilnns oit thec hings inu.st be re
larded by inhalo, for ti,aim s:urcce.grve
holtrQ, tie vitiatci air of ur tied roaus, anld
how the health Inust bi as efllbetually de.
stroyed by respiring auipure air as ly living
oti hu1etonmu (:r ii ii ritious food.
Inl the case of (b1hh ,inll vung per.
sots. predisipsned t: cont:1:ptin, it is of
still more Irigent conitlelivle tit tle)
shonhi breatlhe pure 'ir ty ni2ht asi well as
bly day, by settiring a ctoiiiiual rencwal of
the air inl thir nur."er es, ,JijoO!, &c. Let
a 31::ther wil ias been ii snade anx:ouis by
the sickly 1ol 'fi her childre-, go froin
pure air into heir Lld room %:: the morning,
before ai do a w indi has been opened,
.a114 rnnwirk i4state ofe I lie ntipliere tho
"Jobe oppMi&', ad o'ten frt-d odor 0t
Ie crooL,- eb. . -. ,. -',, .~l,
after iiceuii bl.-I a Mhen, by the~ chnc
mioy v'entdi! >r or itlcerwi.e, to s-eeure a loll
sup~ply iiiid centinuai nrnewai of the air in
their bed roails duiring thle niight, ain! shec
wvil b e abile to aiccount forn the, tcuori'e: athy
I ppeai':rinei of hercch:drei, whiwcjs suire
with p:re :r to bre:the---- N.r .1. ('luzrke.
sihI~ iv~t, (u ci'uredi ini Oh:c, re'c''niv. A
en'ttleian ei (tteeup ezi'ettv ,y freedi
ofi hisestatei' th:: it a m7.m1 conhill a14
free his ic igrees tim Injauy mc hIi crdt
( lo len'3 hroinc. * tec Cey IC C lLye 'I e
iere ..ci'd t a. c 3 . .\ c'-:. it l-o l
t nhow feu uWm ut ~ h reo
iuc r i:tI , Jun 5 :
copJ tne~h . i I.i~r:e .
C P i~F ' .\'. , .1 . t
Off t'.ie :at. t cer Cle
I hi lii r i it!!!1
.la1. at.! l ' 3 1C
any!.' IC' Ct ii .. *r ne
mi ii 'u ' - I -\ta
m C n ny r \\ - \C - the 3'..W
('fther' i t: Ii h - a
LEWIS annhilc hli lw
office of Ordinafy at tho e.
Feb. 19th, 1 5
FREDER EIKARSUf hunhi
Candidate for. the ioc of f Jlo ary,
next election. . ..
Nov. 18thl180 8 '
:7' Airsans. Erron, You %Il ploa4Vm
nounee Mr. A MOS A. N71LES ean idbli
for Ordinary of Sumter Distet at the next ele
tion and obligo MANY VOTERS.
Jl. 29th, 1851 14
F O SU 'HE RI *. F
03r The frlend. ot A. In. Brai
ham, Rq., announce him as a cuisdidited t
the oniee of Shotif' at the next elecliest.
Mlarch "9t, 1649, 24td
rweT-sc e uaflUoirized t
announce MA LLY BROGDON, Esq.
Candidate for the Officeof Sheriff of Sur,
er Districtat the next Election.
tcrWe areautlIaosized t
Announce Col. J1lN C. RIIAAME, a ca
didate for tie ofilce of Sheriff, at the ens
The Friead o . flicliar
B. BROWN, announce hinm as a Can(
date for the Offic. of Sheriff of Suint
District at the ensuing 21ection.
grTWe are'authorized to announce M
1O1N BALLARD, as a candidate
Sheriff at the ensuing election.
The flicnds of -,illmi
A. CULCLOUJ1I, Esr, nnnounce hi
as a :andidate for Sheriff at the no
FORi TAX CJOFLECT1OR.
31ry M9sant. EDIrRS: PleaseC annouti
3.lOr, IN V. IIAL It), a eandidate for '
Collector, ut the next clection,. and olhiste
~r-We are authorized I
nounceJOIN V DARGAN, a can(
dlate for Tax Collevtor, for Claremo
County, at the next Election.
n-7 We are authorized I
anniotunc'e AIEXANDElt WATTS, Es
nas a Candidate for Tax Collector,bf Clai
niont county at the ensuing Electioi
WGP- The Friends of Thd
L SMIT1, announCe himt as a candidaei
the ofhee s-f rax Cllector, for -ie .Cpunty
NoveenberO, 1S50 2 .
V*R6 We are authodze
lts nnlotme Capt. j. W..STUCREYai a c
dhite foarT Tx.Collector fur Salem ' Ctiny,'
the neuxt eleen lon.
Oc. 1611b, 1850I 51
G. WH ITiE, EFgqiannouncei ago-wiUZ1
for Tax (Vllec r -)f Clar out. csiuy, at ti
Charleston to New-York
TIlE GRIlAT MA IL NOUT'E FRLO
CilARLESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the Wharf at the foot
Iaurens-st. daily at 3, p. in. after ii
arrival ofi the Southe'rn cars, via i!
AllNGTION, and WELDION, N. C. P1
Il TRil~ltG, lIl CJIMOND, to WASI
INGTON, BA1L''!10RE3, PIIULADE]
1'III... and N. YOR1K.
The public is respectfully informee ;h
theL steamecrs of this line, from Charleat<
to WVihuinugton, are in first. rate conditio
and are navigated by well known and'exp,
rinced connnanflfder ati the rnilroader st
in fine rdrer, thecreby Pecuring safety bol
and udispatch. A TIll ROUG'I TICK(E
having already Leenm in operation will I
con1t Iinu and after t he first of Oc
1 a19'n a permuanent arrangement fro
Charles:tn to New York. Passenge
avadling themselves. thereof, will have i
opitio et ithe.r to continue without delk
throughJ the route or otherwisje, to atop.i
Oany of the in:terimediate points, renewirl
their scats on th~e line to suit their convi
nIiece1. Uhy this route travellers nuz
reach New York on the third day durir
businue.,.hours. Ibgagre will be ticket<
on boardthe Steamier to Weldon, as lik<
wise on th change of cars, at the interm.
diate po"ints from t hence to N. York.
Through Tickots $20 each, can alonet.l
hzad fromi I, WINSLOW, Agent of .tl
WVihunington and Raleight R. R. Compan
at the 'llice oftthe Company foot of Lai
renis-st reet, to whlom please apply. F
othier informnationi inquire of
L.. C. D)UNCAN,.
A t thme American Ilotil, Charleston 5.4
Alav 9 05 ly
The subsicriber has. taken the Store fo
mewrly Iccupljie'd by C. McLEAN, and wi
open ini a few diays un entirely neow at
wvell selected S of
Dry' 4Aouds, (Grocerieis,
wich he will ntTer ax low foreas311 as they ca
he bought ill any Southern Market, at retal
lie returns his ihanks to his former cut
tomera and hopes for a continuance of the
T. J. DINKINH.
Se pt 17, 1850. 47 tt
S r" Watchmtan plenso copy 4 times.
M.l DRUCK ERbl & CO.
Al R E now just opemil;g their large and nw .au
plhy of secasonabl goods. consiti in~~ par ~
Plin and fignsred nlpacca, mnonselin doe Tahni
ing1han111, n ith other goods for LadItes Dresses
A splendbl1 variety of Cadi'os, andi the very be
andh slhenist Nrached and-birown Mfuslin
to be found in the town
Thet abmove GIoods have been seletedi with tlh
greaftes~t care, nnd will be sold as always, ait th
lery low~et print'.
D)ec. 1t, I850 7 *,i
A Lot in alhe upper pakof $mte en
taining one nere ; lhaihig ~ae~aJ'iih
which can be ahteod ti jM
clon is well fuited.' A9plyu
K UNder od Iea
[a u ar, cofree, Mol,seJ v 4n "
r Sat W,&cfuda- 'I
canton ea socnorn ntj
and'Grtn. N eaX . - i
- No. 2c8 Kingstret hvindi a
Wnent fFreth/Cburt Sh j -
and coet stck ofGet
ORDER af w~it 1T.
q.~ OM 1* C0-ilmq yt
o We A. EENT. a . . ..
M Yanurneto.il3lasha 6d,
m May 18 Ar
iNo.112, E As-r
- Keep constantly on hand, a large asstf
0 ment of Freelaburnt-Stgoe LiibeRe,.
0 dale Cement,' I'%sfer of Paris, 3ew Ydek
hi- Marbf6'LIrii, 'hliadepIa-hidoj-G
nit sum, or* FarmerOfangrig -latt1
andHearth ickatei Hairad
O ORDERS left with Iesrs T. T SQ
Wis. A.Dij s th riia
the~iulfe conn inmeidt ini gs)aj
tnen last sof tuhe t Stati.n
Sa!. uperiworknity intai~
all th atesimiininite unir
and Wconsequenty dos nthe original
kt en in d Shprts nitda e~
e, ordieserirt af aliort~ Jgauetie
~-ltNER: laIR's mDeae onf f onvrs~j
g a ivl CotonWooe -anti dined ell
in td Drssng shownlersia Es
1and Hankerchi~ efsrea hemed.ptpk
-; gd sutablen forGentidmen
-~ k'n Tne price t is Esalshet
S oder at n unirm-andtie bui
te nXeRs s oitas to secy.ue theiCuston
g l, to Wo onan pui-chern uJs"I~
i- Octd2, D18sin 40n~ .usa~l~
y All Penersonsal wishi Gloabve Creata
gan besuppieds (ry hemmedcrber who is
-. thue And' fo tgDrt ofartotor 0
- 'T rces *Setii ababaipkmies
Wir odrt ad Inion Cadtj bani
IM ROV ENDVLS VIN
The nnersined avingteo ve oedor
bel o suplie Wb' NwY Sore, woheli
r- rcthl sogeak the Ditrictaof huerfr f. -
voedbyhi f lrlendf C itixena of
Fey2, barg sated th. he can e
netss oitingeofta large ane soe 9(
wit Rn ..tcc I i u
1es #rssigtalreadwl uetp *