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r At A
imiuit the South.
Y<0 ing fron D.
.ti of -Grasses shoula
South much more at.
W6"t hais in the past. The
to stock from the crib or
TTailIs n expensive afllir. We
t Northern grasies to
j~onig. us, but .shom adloplt
"Southern latitudes. Dr.
s of Albama, has sent us a
i which he recommends the
1a0r3s as altogether ndapted
Z truq, that it does not flour
i) etual verdure h Ie, as it
in Jamaica, but it grows luxuri
Vantlfr, eight months iii the year
aa time when almost all our
tth j aficial grasses are parched
-upby the'heat of the sun. Being a
i&Q4t 6f the tropics, it rejoices in the
beat of the sutmmer's sun.
SPIn'gt up im our climate with
firsiarbingers of spring, it bears
0 td owings till the chilling
the fall. As is known to
(us, we had on the 7th April
'er a severe freeze, which d.
Imuch of our corn, and all the
on which was thecn growing. The
'pinea grass was at that tie hign e
64h to now, but it was killed near
o the giouid. Subsequently the
caion which it was grown was
tirely overflowed, by the unprece
dentedly high freshet at so late a
sbn as the first of May, and re
ed1pwards of a week under the
iater from the river; yet it has al
'~ rady yielded us a fine crop of
gdas, and is now very nearly readv
f.ra second mowing. It is frequent.
"st five or six times in the course
de season, and yields a large
cr O'hay each time. During the
-season, we measured a small lot
hieh it was growing, as accurate.
."D las we could by stepping it off,
ad ound it to contain 1000 square
ards, which is a little ove one.fith of
amiacre. After the grass which
as out off of it was suffeiently cured
6 shocked it till it wUs dry enough
tostack, and weighing an average
shock, -we found that the piec
of ground had yielded $1,000 lbs. of
hay; which, though not entirely
eured.was sufficiently so to allow of
its being safely scored inl a house,
This would make an acre.yield near
6OO lbs at one cutting. This
.a the second or third cutting; and
utyielded: fou crops, but none at
.4841% e V4id thle cx.
Was grown was a deep sandy lam,
bighly manured, and originally rich.
It~ vain to explect any land to yield
S a gte crop of any vegetable pro'
duet, unless it is amply supplied with
nobh stimulating manures.
"The method of propagating it is
by the roots, which resemble v'ery
much the cane roots of the coun
try, but more nearly the calanmus
root. In the WYest Indies they pro.
pagate it by seed; but in this coun
try, as far as my experienmce extends,
the -seed do not vegetate. 1 see in
some of the book', however, that it
is said to be raised from seed, b4ut
that is not my experience with it.
Mj original stock was brough t from
Virgnia, by Gen. J. II. Cocke, and
consisted of about a double handful.
-By bedding theum in a rich loam, we
observed roots enough ini the sea
son to plant about aum acre (luring thce
aent. As it does not propagate it~
S self by seeds, and is not liable to be
talken up and scattered by the birds
oftbe air, the-wheels of vehicles. o
~tho hoofs of animals, it spradas v'ery
alowly, and may be enmtirely eradica
ted by cultivating the land; or mnore
efetually by turning hogA on it
ni winter, as they ar~e fowd of
the roots, and go to a great depth to
obtain them. -It spreads, however,
-' gradually into .the adjoinming lands,
and should not be planted near a
#arden, or any place into which
hogs cannot be turned, whenm y'ou
shiould wish to radicnte it.
"The method of planting is to
'ay oftifurrowvs about two feet apart,
and drop a piece of the root about
as ilong as your finger, at t wo feet
distance in the furrow. Tfhis can he
done at any time during the win
terand it must be co vered deep'
enough to- protect it from the cold. A
slight working in the spring will
give it the start of the weeds and
grass, and it will soon root out every
hing 'else. -'The land on which
.growsbsould bo top-dressed with
~antii' overy season; and when you
~pet'ceive the grass is declining froi
getting too thick, or b~y exhiausting
the land, it should be well nmanuired]
and deeply ploughad. I trench.
ploughod mine a year or two since,
with evident advantage. It is gen
~-erally recommended to cut the
,..grass for soiling,.or for hay, when it
4:about two feet high. It is very
en~der and succulent, and stock of1
'9 1ind will leave time finest blade
e to eat it."
4~O.k.QXKS.-One pint of goodi
9f buttermiilk, one egg,
~~ of saleraftucs, and one
(Rb* tbN .its Stir in meal till
6 ~of venient. .If made
- ~~6o mal thti w be excellent
t Ih - r of AG
R' at*,ataatCar Lilegrd.
'S.& i ~,Ii 0,I-R
IV. and date'a at -Cen tre Liologs e
us the following recipe for curing (
Take two and a half drachms of I
blue vitriol four drachns of alum, 3
amd six drachms of loaf sugar: or we t
will say blue vitriol, tle size of a r
walnut, alum a size larger, and sugar L
the size of a heil's egg. Pulverize V
and turn into a glass bottle. Add t
one pint of good vinegar, and one s
talesp~ooful of honey. Cork and e
shake the mixture three or* four times 1,
a day: and when dissolved, it is fit I1
This wash will remove the film I
fromn horses' eyes; will cure king's r
evil, and most kinds of fever sores; v
will destroy proud flesh, and cause
the sore to heal. It is great for hoof i
rot in sheep, and may be applied to i
any sore with safety. The sore
shoulI be kept clean and washed s
twice a day with the mixture, until s
completely healed. For the eye, it S
may be diluted in soft water one-half', 3
but should in all cases be used as i
strong as the patient can bear. For
hoof rot in sheep, add as much gun.
powder as vitriol: pare away all the
afTectel part of the hoof;' wash freely
every few days, turn the sheep into
fresh pasture, and you are secure.
How To MAKI: SOUitICOUT.---Take E
solid heads of cabbage- the drum- I
head Savoy is best though the coin.
mon drumhead will answer well and t
is larger-cut up the heads as for t
cold-slaw though not so fine. A good
way to do this is to pst the heads in
a clean barrel and chop them with
a common spade, ground sharp.
Put a few broad leaves at the bottom
of the barrel in which you are to 0
make the Sourkrout, and sprinkle 6
with fine salt. Now put it in a lay
er of cut cabbage about six inehes d
thick and sprinkle with fine salt; L
with a wooden pounder compact it r
ir-mly together until the juice begins P
to show itself' on the surface; then r
add another layer; and so on until v
the cask is Cull. Cover with leaves, .
and a board or barrel head, upon
which place a clean stone of 15
pountis weight. About three pints
of salt is enough fur a barrel. The I
- barrel must be perfectly tight so the
juice will not leak out, else the krout
QUINCES Love SALT.-The (uince e
tree seems to have a constitutional e
fondness for salt. We have never r
superb specimens of this fruit, and v
such a gener al lurxurianrce of' thre ti
trees, as at Newp~ort, Rhode IslandS
on the sea coast. A rgentlemnan who
inoticed this fact severa d ago told us
latelyv thiat he had proliteud by the n
hint, ini giving to each of Ihis trees a n
top, dress, scatteringr the salt over the i
srrice it dhissolvyes slowly, awirl dIoeSsb
n10o la rmt ullatmever to thIe ro ots, but Ii
ima~kes both filae anr d frui t mruch 0
linUre lrl-althv. i
TIo MA1:!j . L~AiiI CAN1u-:2s.-Prrt
all thre larrd, say enrough~ for 5 lbs. i
cam nlles, ir th e smoel teri; alter it ait
ta ;inis a hieart of about 200 F"ahrrenrhei t
thrrow ini three or fouir ounces of' lime a
and about arn omlice of aqu1rafo'rtis, aind ar
thenr moli dthem.I The11 limeo puriies
the grease andu thre aquiafortis hard
enas it. n
>stt0'rI.- -efore vou cominnceiC a
lput tinig oni thei enkes i~ :f morainig,i
take a lumrip of heesnax as big as a t
hrazienurt, andr' melt it on thre griddle C
a. ri b wtl ell ith a rag. Between n
each b~akin.g; rub slighly wirh te
smiri ra., anr'1 youri enkes wil neCver i
stieik, awid vou wi'. have noC11 unildeas. a
anit smirelI orsoe -
A W oVIIIIA's L.mAl'(.-- A woatn e
hsno nraturral grace inore hen~ itchaing II
thanr a sw eet laugh.- It is Iilike the~ b
soundrr of lnoites- onr walter-. It leaps s
fi oun the hearit ini a eca r sp arklIinrgy
i l, andi the hreart that hears it, f'eels t
as if' bathled ini thre exhiolerating
spring. Illave youi ever pursued an
unsreen furgitive thirorigh ther tr ees,
led on by her fairy laughJ-n-row here,
nrow thei r, now lost , iiow Ionl '.d?
We have. Anrd n e are puirsing thre
walntlering v(oice to this day. Somie.
tilles it com'.es to us iin thre iinidst of'
aind thenr we tuirr nn away andro lie tein,y
arid Irea:r it riginig through the r'oomai
like a silver bell, with lower to 'I
scam-cc away the ill spirits of' thre d
A 1'enr FOR N'orus rrr an I'hu.
ted. ot Sunirday last, ini sevetral of the
taroitestant. Episcoa Churiet o t he ( t
h.citynwiusb ihulcrd ave Ib eel i itnsd
bye ts ro nign'orrantlye rhn etri tha
intiutin'ofclverv o the p orfetence
ilon it tenius h 'th privien and ad
bnanoeislp of'o torgi, slae . a
the Scctoni referred. to kneliEinc at
the samet arrl:iar, dividerad erv nt a
itogterreeo' ived thme reof cona
ptin oehnd of' the verinebl and
~o~i~SSonr ft rte
ocs~in h, trieh 6"'ra ution a
teputtif 'of Itidian: chiefs, beving
ome bustness to transact witI the
iovernoi, were invited to dine with'
ome of the officials in Philadelphia.
)urintr the repast the eyes of a
'oun chief were attracted to a "as.
or of mustard, having in it a spoon
cady r(pr use. Tempted by its
rigdit color he gently drew it to.
rards him, and soon had a br'm.
iing spoonfull inl his mouth. In
tantly detecting his mistake, he nev.
rtheless had the fortitude to swal.
>W it, although it forced tears from
A chief opposite, at the table, who
ad observed the consequence but
ot the cause, asked him "what lie
-as crying for?"
Ile replied that he was "think
rig of his father, who was killed
Soon after the questioner 1Mm
elf, prompted by curiosity, made the
ane experiment with the same re
ult, and in turn was asked by
oung sachem "what he was cry
"Because you were not killed
ien your father," was the prompt re
SOUTH CARor.NA LAWYERS IN
VASuINOTM.-On the 7th instant,
n motion of Hon. Rev-rda. John.
on, Louis Blanding and j. . Cal
oun, of South Carolina, , .,-e ad.
nitted Attorileys and Counsellers of
he Supreme Court of the Uni
WASHINTON CRIMINAL COURT.
)n the 7th instant, in this Court, on
riotion of Joseph 11. Bradley, esq.,
Jr. Blenjainin F. Perry, of South
atrolina, was admitted an attorficy
f this court, and subscribed the pre
The next day, the counsel for Car
iner- Messrs. Carlisle and Brad
,y, of Washington, and B. F. Per
y, of Suth Carolina-earnestly ar
ned for an immerliate trial of this
.nch-talked of cause. The motion
mas resisted by District Attorney
cridall, on account of the absence of
mportant witnesses for the United
;tates, who are daily expected here.
'lie trial was finally set down for
POuLITmNI-S lETWhEN iOBROTHERS AND
1STIlZ!.-lBV eniideav1rilig tO ac(Itfi re a
abit of politeness, it will Soon be
Omlie fiiailiar, anu1d sit on von with
aks(e, if not with elegance. Let it nev
r he forgotten that genuine polit<
ess is a great fasterer otth!inily.luve; it
Siavs accidental irritation by pre.
entLing harsh retortsand rudhcecon
-adlict ions; it so'ft ens the boisterous.
:Inniiat es thie inidol ent, ~ suppresses set
shties-t autl by f.rining a habit, of
4inieraltiont the other-s. ha~rmoi ses
.ss, and brot hers may endily be
4)n lhv it. to leave off' the rude4. war
ley lbri uli DIle uriun selho. l or e ol
ge. Sisters 0 igzlt never to receivye any
tlle atte'liin withltilt thaiullng theill
I(4'i couteous15 tirnis, niever to4 reply to'
iei r ijllesti 4ll ill 4 il ' N Iila les. alnd
ings~ thiIuselves. li.t pre ~ cepjt and E
4Catlule ough2lt t' lhe laid uttiler (con
4Iblii , to%' e il het?''''d111:1haeno
broa':d who is not haialtlty polite
Int I''s L.tsr Pntoj :cT.--A
ew prjc has beeni suggested by
arnum, which wec should !ike to seec
-ied. In ai recent templeranice speechli
m~de by him in New York, lie stated
iat there were 7,000 grog shiops ini
le city, with anUI avet age custom ini
:achi of' probaly $10 a day. lie
alae the following oler to the city,
Iiz the cit y woubl shuit up all
e grgeis, and give hitn the
mioutiI spen'( t in all of them, he
'4uh1( pay all the city taxes. amllounlt
ig to .4 .000,I000; send~ every
biLd to a g)ood school; presenit every'
imilily with a libra.ry of 100 goh
IL;s, threc harrels of' flour, and a
.1k dress to every female, old or'
oung!, andt give every body a free
eket to his Inusetum.
A tvileE TO ('ol'NsEL.-There is a
'ril4Wina Courtif asin~hing conse
> such prioners as IlLItvoio onle to4
eifind tlulu. O n 4onie tcca'.ioni, lt
lht wa:s present, "N r.---, please~
ith thim and thengv hi m ct huch coun-~
't IIaw er leturieid illto th- etor.
lite is got', youri hioor,"' laid the he
ali unh.' --Youri honor'i1(1( thlme to4
st, and:4 as lie was gulilty, I lhiouphlt
'eult and irun,' w ihih he too(k at
1%jy- The ent!ire assets ofi a recent
'hc credlitors ac tel maiignaimii iously,
ndl let himt keepI themii.
XhnYg A true pic'ture of despair
pig reaching thriough a hle in. the
mece, to get a cabbage thant lies a
)w inches beyond his noo.
Hle thait pleaeis~i nobody l, is not4 so)
inch21 to be plitied sia he that nobody
1 S. 0 H all L
S .te sd
C641 0 16
- is gens
Another Mtifio on
OJFMA T 1UR .4 FOR
DR. J. . HOUGHTON'S
011, GASTRIC JUICE.
Propared froml RENNFT, or til fourth Stomach
of the ., after directions of Haron Liebig, the
great P'hysiological Chemist, by J. S. Houcan.
Tos, M. D., Philatolphia. Pa.
This is a truly wonderful retnedy for Indiges
tion, Dysjppsia, Jaul Ice, Liver Complaint,
Constipation, and Debility, Curing anfter Na.
ture's own ruethod, by Natures's own Agent, the
e.7 Ilalf a teaspoonful of Pepsin, infused
In water, will digest or slissolve, Five Pounds
of Rwest lcef, in about treo hours, out of the
Pepin lis the chief eletnent, or Great Digest
in rincipio of the ;stric Juice-the Solvent.
of the Food, the Puriying, PreFerving, i d
Stiulating Agent of t se Stomuach and Intea.
tines. Ihis extracted from the Digestive Stoni
ach of the Ox, thus forming on artificial Digea
Live Fluid. precisely like the natural Gastric
Juice in its Chemical powers, and furnishing a
Complete andt Perfect Substitute for it. By the
aid f this preLixration, the pains and evils o,
Indigestion and Dyspepsia are reinuvo I, just as
they would be by a healthy Stomnach. It is do.
ing woiders for Dhyspeptict-, curing cases of De
bility, Enlaciatione, Nervouis Jh-clinec, and Dys
eepttc Cisitption. suipposed to lie otn the verge
of the grave. The Scietific Evidence upon
which it is based, is in the highest degree Curi.
ous and Remarkable.
MCENT1IFIC EVIDENCE !
Baron Liebig in his celebrated work on Anil
tmal Chemistry, says: " An artificial Digestive
Fluid, analogous top the Gastrie Juice, unay be
readily prepared frot the intious membrane of
tile stoniatoh of the Calf, inl which various arti
eies ol fond, as Oneat and eggs, w% ill be softened,
chanigied and digested, just In the same inatmuer
n they would be in tie hutnan stomueh.'
Dr. Coinbe, in his valuable writings on the
I'lhysiology of Digestion," observes that " a
dininutlion of the due quantity of the Gastric
Juice is a prominent and all-prevailing causa of
Lyspepsia; 'and he states that " adistiiguished
professor of medicine itn London, w% ho was se.
verely afllieted with this coimplaint, finding
every ithing else to fail, had recourse to tihe
Gastric Jluice, obtained fron the stornachs of
living animals, which proved completely suc
Professor Dunglison, of the Jefferson College
Philadelphia, in lisgreat work on luman P'hy.
siology. devotes moore than fifty pages to an ex
auniunation -of .this a-ubject. is experiments
with Dr. Qeaummont, on the Gastric Juice oh.
tamined from the living hurnan stonach, and
frotn auiums, are welt known. "Il casces."
le says, " digestion oceurred as perfectly in the
artificial as iu the natural digestions."
Dr.Johu W. Draper, Plrofessor of Chemistry,
in the Medical College of the University of
New York, in his "Text Hook of Chemtistry,"
page 36, says,: " It lhias been a Itiestin whe
ther artilicial digestion could be performned-but
it is now tunivrsally admitted that it mnay be."
UW. Carpeiter's standuarl work on lhlysiology,
which is in tie library of every physiemIn. and
is used as a Text Ilook in all the Colleges, is
full of evidence sintilar to the above, r
bpecting tlhirentarkablo Digestive power of 1ep
ror experiments iti Artificial Dige"tion, or as. a
remiedy for dir ca ef the Stomaich, and deli
rient secretionl of Gastric Juice.
(S Call on the AgeLnt and get a dlescriptive
Circuilar, grat is, giving a large aniounit of Sci
etiic livide-nce, ,,itnilar to the above, togethier
Ivithe ieports of Remnarkable Cures, frll)n all
arts of the U mited States.
AS A ID 8 lPFl'alA CUIlmR,
Dr. leeoughton's P'5:is has plrod(uced the
most tnarvellus ,:1T'ets, ink curing case5 of lDe
Ilt iity, Etinaiainaii. Nervutit, l~rleeie, andi Dy's
Ipepte Consuntipntoni. It is inspo-sibele to give
the,. detaiils 01 cas'es in the lmnats oif this ad',er
Lti 1ntn; but au thei,:icateui mel:itientes have
beetn giveni of tioa, thant ITu oll undired lIernark
:Ible Cutres, InlI l'ihuelp~lita, N ew. Yort, andI
liostout alne. Ther- were nearl y all th-sperate
r~ases1, and the cure. wecre not onily rapiJl undi
woi~nerfl, hut perinatint.
it is a great Nervouis - Anidoih~te, and1 particular.
ly usefl or tenda -ney it' liliota dlisorder, I.ivter
tlt'IOiln, FLeltili .nd iue, andl the E'vil effects
of Quaiiae, .l.exuiry,:un1, i ter drulgs lljpon the
I )igeto nve I r--an- . alan a long tickes. Also,
for excet. ini elteg andI the tooi free- use of ar
ent spitits. It -dmiost reoniles hlealth with
(16l) S-1T).\A(' I COM i'L.\lN1T-.
h+-re is noi fI roi Ill ith Stonsachel Ltt'nlaits
which it dhe" lit setit to rearbiote an reinove tt
oncte. *No mta::er Itow had they Itnty hbe, it g~tiveS
iazstant rr Io/ jlA sin;!c delu reawrsc- ut thce
linltdeasani~t 'uyrn.-; anid it oly to:-: 'o be
repieaute d fr a I-tarit hone Ittnake e.e-. - gtend
tili-el' Il-riniiait. J'urtj of ilou and I lgor
o/ Rtld ifollow ..t onice. Is i . pa rticulatr excel
hent ini cases f .NautstL, \'omiiiting, Crampse,
Sorenesst- of th~e .it of th.- Sltmach,. distress ater
eatinig, low, ciiout tae of the lIaod. lleaiess,
W~eakneils, tetlh-nv to ti-~itv, Suieih:. uc.
Dr. llughitn's 1Pjin i- ohi liy tn-arly all
the de-aler n 1. ;-, dinogs a tid P'.etular .iditiet
thrle.:hiout the nied Sttes. It i.- prepared tn
Poiutr an-i int [lucid formit---antd ini Prescripiiti
vinl- for te ut of Phyisicians.
Peaiva *qtie l)ircbiJ t hll iile uMe o Phyiitian-,
mayi h.- btai -d ef l. io, 1)nor his-r h-ttt,
detiin the : hi-mm prs of pl',irirition, tnd
gi--og te anI ItN hni-artn the ctt ilatlimlo
ou11.1 ii . o :I m hayrid. A11 it linot aoret
re oly. y ahj t ~iiantbe raited a~eain-stt
reula r tie . ir On 8lo larpeotl
e wlry~ !: Jrewe-lvry teo he
adW eliL ~ Pa. op-igt and4 Trae .3a se e- )
ir~ Nile nStievleh
aMil C. &P Ul(ATON.
Decmb. 13 185. 8-l
Cavi mdus eune Bar-Uiree,
nowS reci','l a net an wepll ieected
'F ockI Go iS omtgo re
oft all desry (1lon1, thieb hew- lt aI t,(~ii
ver Inodeate(lalol pro -I
ask., CT.I)?.lAS ON.
Cndv. D15 1 21, i&.2-tf
BCtr arden Baon&ar r
Tl'.i (ue000toi, cou~trin s al grktnva
ryoa , Chin W a f Lad, do.
Butter ard Baon&or
do, d o eaN ar,..o
do, ORN.ROBT. LATTA,
Mur/h 25 1851 g4- tf
THE Subadrlbers hav .Ing purchased, the I
are nowy opening a largo, cheoide, and:we se
P-RFUMERY, (of every kid.)
Thomsonia and 'A
G ARDEN SEED ANA
AND A VAIIIETY OF ARTICLES
C-2' Al &Iof which will be Sold on reasona
(U~i" All orders fromn the country promptly at
Da. W. JAS. DAnoAN.
S~umterville, .January 18th, 1853.
THOMAS J. W(
. CAM DEJ
OFFERS for sale, for cash, or an approved credi
and WEL.L 8XLVCTED assortment of 'AST INDIA Al
D'rugs and I
FRE NCH, E-'dLISH1 AND AME1RIC.,
SUIRGICAL iNSTrRUIENTrS, PAINTS'AN
TRLUSSES, (ALL KINDS) VAltNISHR~
PESSAlRIES, " DY E STUF1
DRtUGGISTS LABELS, BRtONZES,
"GLASS WARE, 1iitUSHES,
PATEN-r MEDICINES, WI.Nvow at
TnOMPSONIAN MlEDICINES, LAMP AND %%
SHAKERS' IIEnDS & LiooTs, SOLAR,LARI
G;AnDEN SrEDs, SPRInT GASa
e nuine Cod
COPRISING THE STOCK OF A
Agent for the rn
P.ATEN AND FAIV
April 6th, 1852.
F. II. ANDREWS
TAKES hils meodthod oo
A informin r the citizens af
w_ r lSntervill and vicinity that
hie aS od in Su terville, opposite fihe new d
dresbyt Church, a CABINET WARlE- ,
ROO031, where hie will keep for b~al, ceapnj, all
mDh furniture ns comes under this department
A his trade, which he will warrant of good
natrial ; and will furnish for cash, at Charles-I
on prices, all descriptions of Furniture mlade a
lIepairing execniteil at the shiortest notice.
lhogainy and plain Cvffins furnished with
mt delay. ti
IHnving procured the services of M~r. C. W. -I
D S AE rnishMetallie Plates
miraved in any ,tyle.
Al the sutisriber aks is a fair trial, and
liopes by punctual attention to business and
:Ay terns, t rnerit public patronage. T r
kuchruary 17, 1852. 17-1y ;
Improved Cotton Cdinst
Thank ful for part favouro the subscriber w it- a
s to inform. the public that hie tstill m1aninfac- *,
Itures Cotton GL'ins at his establishmuent in State- -A
Curg, on the mo improved and approvCd plan
which hie thinks that the'cottun ginned onl one
o)f those ginls of fheo late imnprovemnent is Worth P
:it Icait a qarter of a vent more than the cot
ton ginned onl the ordinary gin. lie also man
3lactures them on the mnotimilple construcetion,.
Aril S il, 1852.adSi Pae 6J-C se t
vainest iiJsh d of th bus utetri ;d tuo,
e als rp irsotgioi nt1nput them tin com
et orerat heShoritertnie. A l ordersit thor
inOM wi b e wimpll kae fpunctally atended El
Saterg, ndw fumrnDish, fS. C.h Feb C7,rl- oI
(iprcid cntOt the CA-ntir RiaE- a
RearngeeUe.d at the abrtowntie
tand-o. 35y and dit CWelntwfrihd stht,
harleng prochre they seril e phfSed C.to
D~ibt, the irpold tfr~ies ntalli n 'aers
~nved etniv tock ofVheIcm
lgethe sit briou sk s aair tryiuallyi
11pe b pwitti auinit to lUinniieturard
indsermes, to pricthl ar othgi. rtls
Angs.rr 1, 1852. 41-ti
tures, - __________ -.
ThakflE i S pbsir the ni ir theribera h
him takesr th ubctho fifrmn sthe p--opifae i
lrsCtofS nnti andt udining ta icts, tate he
stiili tines th arrt the CA ginneI on; ond
.filmAs gins of 3he Elate hitnen il its vr
ons brne at thinary in. llielopvin I
lites main onarge taditopstos Elistabclinh- i~
mfetes o s astenbl tlm et maenral e try .
ithin wted, Sawsle ant h~e Phlrteis noaie,
mIl ins rearsle rh uinorkmahip e in o yinI
thle sontern at e soieain All ordery for
and tns ofll the lptratest pinily ated.
if itWi nta i hAM willIOreaiNg at
at aditne Suoter wantS C.ari' deb1, if the
JTTR tDS A!) S. W . 3JIEt.
ti ishille, . 3., aci 9,1\citwn 1852 r20-ly
..itct- lakiiver thnmn wtill 'pctoSi
monh.totiridIiotl n J. Wi.A.er
'iii I S lu aln .'t* ('haletoh n p ices4 frn cah
iiiltcon, ~ard, th ns Bu u terc latla larg -supI
ihnt prm ton l-o utrcied4 ar
J a.th,~~m~ 1853:,7r, 12e-u l yttu
Fort, ~lusti W it'silo Blfuffii tt Mu--,t
fSiunter neiaIte L andii:~ ii-itl. i
Ii ARN ESUrAs NC huiner, ill ite ave
oilraiee, harlestonl i ~s bovel, about.
ii.n t us y to Ctain ji tontrui f l ird, o r y
tO'gwNtEd, inltlLin, &. tt KENNEDY.t R'iL,
ther Wotcihmi 'ani copy.itir i cniuu
the lpt 27,rct 1852ilt. -4ti9 ~ih ~'iioitg
aImprSot vediisottel-~ Endles. hi
Al Wt r ilu. Eiileitors. iilh t'r
Alt peron ihin the abov-ed Elevtor canrg
it suplied by ii. theli uscIber wlho r the'Agen i
or horDistrict of. inter til.i Ci. iyprunlvn
RAS . MIGONE.
nioni lehieber2 85. W.A
SN IRE STOCK0of Dr. w1..Melletsi
lec d atoek of
PAINTS AND 01.8,
WINDOW GLAS 0,
BRUSHES (of every kd
SASIL TO S
D FINE CIGARS.
TOO TEDIOUS TO MENTION.
DR. W. JAS. DARGAN & CO;
JoaN W. DARGAN.
)R K M[AN, M. D.
1, S. C.
t, AT TIIELOWFST H1ARK?.T PRICES,alargP
IKOITERRANzAN and EUnOPAN
k N CHEMICALS OF AIsL'KINDS
D OILS, SPICES,
's, FLAVOtING EXTRACTS,
ASS INAIL AND ToOTin-BRURIIES,
ICKE, CoMas AND llAIn liiusniZa
AND SPERM OILS, FANCY SoArv,
LND CAmint, &c. &c.
li every article
DtUGGIST OR PHYSICIAN.
['hrough Fare from Charles
'I ON 'TO BAlIl'AlOltE $17.30
TO PHILAI)ELPI1lA 819;
AND TO NEW-YOltK $20.
'IE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FiROM
CUiARILESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the- Wharf at the foot of
.aurens-st. daily at 3, p. in. after the
rrival of ite outthern cars, via WIL
IlNGTON, N. C., fron whicih pomit
vo hldy trnins are dispatliched at 8 A. Al.;
ud 2 P .;h o'clock mduy connecting at
Veldon with the uines to Petersburg,
.1clinjond. W on-imtoni, 13ah imore, Phifla
elphot, and New-York. The public is
aspctfully itiitornied that the stemers oh
wse hues, are in first rate condit4on, and
re navicajted by well known .and ex
erienced coimiaders; the Itfil 'Rond"
re in fiic order, (the Wilhningtron
id Weldon, as well as the Seaboard
nd Ro'eioke hivimii recently been reluid
'ith heavy 'Tr:ial) thereby seeuriig both
1t10y and despiatch. By the'so routes
asseng'ers aviiang thenselves of the
UlRET TRAIN many reach Baltimore in
U houirs. hilidelphila in 45 hours, antd
ow York iu_50 1-2 hours;. and by tie
3ONJ) TRAIN -they arrive in Rul
inr.p5. hoaurg, Pidad iI
Th'lrrongh tici:ets can alone he had frain
. WINSILOW, Agent of the WVihnington
i'd Raleigh Ila itl Rod Comnpany. at the
lice oh than Com .an,1.y, foot -of Laurens
reet, Charlestoti, S. C., to whom please
M~archI 2i, 1852. 22--tf
arpetings ! Carpetings !
Thae sinbscriberd are now prep~ared to of.
r theC lowest miarket prices, a full as8
irtmen't ofi superior LV ET T''' AP1S.
'II Y, H RUNN'E L%, TH'IR E E-PLY,
XUGH.AiLI, .CO TVI, VIEXITJ A N,
}IPIT~Il AN.' LLILYi CARPET
.GU m in uew an d c'ho'ce des$ins. Alsoi.
ievr~swidths of I'RINTi EDI BAJZE~S
rLOIt CLO0ThIlS; FLOOR anid
'TAllt 01L CLOIJY'S, and CRUMB
:Lt)y'118. G 11 '1 T awl SI LV E R .D
(T'AIR RODS) and CARI'ETIINGS.
a G aind l A'1TS, &c. ull of~ which hiave
'en carefully selected from the miannl
act irers in the Amernr ani and Englih
;a rki'ts, b y one of the partners, and we
v'aIi ha~ve' them1 entI. mude, litted and laid
ithe inaoit. workmilanhlke ni1imneir, and on
Ii..' ,'st itrtls. We' lost coiolldently in.
ate ;il U114 nt io toinr at or k. Also,
W .ire' now) pire'palredi m our c'urtai: de
*i aoont to oll1-r thle v'arions stylis of
'.'MR TAl'.I.N T''IUFF"S, ini Silk worsted,
.a ine amh(i oton I :a inasks, Emabroidered
Ice andl Mysn~i Cuartainis, Ginps, Loops,
l'a:ies, C'orniicm's, &c. Church Trim
I I.ii, .lags, & c., nto\v designs for
thi a ie h i e now ait rece. ed nadthwy will
he' n1.o.,t~ wokni a: mnianr, iand under
ur own suplervis:ain.
BRtOWNlNG & LEMAN,
Snc essors to C. & E. KEin~isos & Co.
Cornaer King ad Market Streets,
Chiarleslon, 8. C.
IlAXVE iapite'd Mr. WV. M. Greeni,
my Agen'it, 44o et le all the matters of
if' l':tni ofiiJ .lihn MI'e1)onald, bite of this
)iract. MA RY E. McD)ONAL.D.
A LL.1 Pears.ons hiavinig deiianids ngainst
le 'tateC of J.lah Mic'DonaI , will piresett
iemu duily at te.stedl. Tihiwe indebted will
ia1e inlaiied(iaite paymlenit ini
W. M. G REEN, Agent.
Febhruary 1-1, 1852, 17-ti
Webb Clark's Hotel,
SUMTPER VILLE, S. (7.,
This 11(1tel is situated in the most
ii pleasaint part of thec ton~ t. The
I roprietor~ wall be pleased to see
is lrieandls antd thle travelbaug pnhpe; prm
dong tii spare n6 exertions on his part to
onider them comifortable. C/wrges rc':
.an 23 |13i ti
The subscriber has made atrranbgementls for
he mnanufacturo of fromi Four tofo Tie lhousan~d
airs of the above article by the F'ALL. For
Lforencre as to quality, ho' would- ri'es ily
sfer paritons who sy-bo tillioto hlIae
i him, to th~we W9ho pfat"nho -1ah~ &a
LU t p~lO e ~vill gitat )tW
un be a4
y Stupp ies.
SAMES NON iF
R1)WAt St ,
BROAD-STREIT. N Y
W. J. JACODI....
NO 221 KNG
(SEVENTH ST oRE ABO
Forieign & Domest
S7 Our customers are en 4 -
Rutes nnd' a strict adheranceto thy
D UNN & DY
WHO0LF8ALE A DR
No. 238 King stre'
SAMUEL C. DUNN, CIARLW
JOHN DURYEA, -
Mlay 21%t, 15
W. A, KENT &1I'Tas
Clothing and Out-F
E 8 T A B L I ST'lmEE1011
No. 268 King-street, 6".
Purchasers will find at all, timps a.1
and complete stock of Gent's.
READY-MADE CL O
W. A. KENT. id . 3 CHs T
Maumfactory 11' 1Vashisgt
stores N. V.
May 1849 30
Importer of 17,
MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUIETB
King street, Sign of theLyre
SAMUEL as DNUNI
NO. 20' IDAYNt 'TREET
March 1st , 1852
lW IL L. BU'1T
CD3eptembher 16, 185i1 7.
Whatever concerns the hdath and iftiplE.s
of a people is at all times of the most vatusabias
importance. I take it for granted-'tha&.rsy
p-rson wilt do all in their pows er, to save the 19s
of their children, and that every ~nt son '~
dleavor to promote their own) he t sa
fices. I feel it to be my duty to soleiayait
you that WounsM, according' to. the opinioma
the most cclebrated Physicians,are theprimn
causes of a la rge majority of.diseasa ortI
children and adults are liable~ -if youM~ ha 1
apspetite continually ch~an~geabIo-frdim dki4
o Ifood to onother, Bad .Breath, Pain lats
mach, Picking at the Nose, Hlardnem
ness of the Ilelly, Dry Conlgh,.Slo*'ii 4.
Pulse Irregular-rememuber that alliked~t
W oaxs, & you should at once appi jth fraV
Ilobeuassck's Wornsu 8'w
An article founded upon 'Sentific ~~p4
complounded w ith purely vegetable alz~,
being perfectly safe when-takenal i
:iven to the mnst tender Infant- wt dlq
eneficial effrect, where Boswel gompon~oi
Diarrhe have made thenm weakan debill~
the Tonic plroperties of .my W~ofa yrgy la '
such, that itstands without an eqqaliintiheatis.
logue of medicines, in giving tone nd -t~j~ . -
to the Stomach, which makes it~n Inlls~
remedy for those afilicted with gpa z
astonishting cures performed by t-s~ru,
Physicians hnavaifaile a,lis the best eriictt~
superior eflicacy over all otheiw s
This is the most diflicult Worm to d 4te
tIl that infest the human system,it po
almost indefinite-length bec6ming so e~e
fastened to the lntesines andta chefIi~
the health so madly as to-caie ~.lig. q,
Fits, &c., that t hose aflicieaseldbuif e ver -
.,nspect that it Is Tape Worm hisiri theta Iq
au early grave. In order to,destroyt W~yorm, a
very energetic treatment, must be ptiitsised, .114.
would therefore be proper-to take6 8o os~
Liver Pills so as to ,remove all obsefod
the Worm Syrup may act direotuI
which must be taken in doses -of T
ful. 3 times a day,- these directeg
have never been known to failin curl -~
most obstinate case of Tape Wart..
No part of the system is more liable to dises
than the LIVER, n serving as a iiltoerttu
fy the blood, or giving the pr'oper secr.Stiitt&
the bile ; so that any wrong action of the er~q
etreets the other important parts of the sytets ,
and results variously, in Liver- i~w~ alan
.aundice, Dympopsia; &o. We shouthu1 .,
watch every symptom that inighu.'in ~
wrong aotion of the. Liver. - Thesi~l
composed of Rlooms and PLAN~ -I tZDIh
nature to heal the sick: NameJ 4
rac TontA r, which augmae..ts thee N
the Ptulmonary mucus memrst,.
,the discharge of screted matter.
REKNATtvF.,j which changepzin pOu
ble and insensiblo manner the certii~s~~
action of the system. 3rd, A T WWL.A
gives tone arnd strength to th'o iersotps systt. 4*
renewing healhh uami vigor to, all pesrs efd
hody. 4th, A CAritHawrt, which acts ,p.
feet harmony -with the otherdingr i1 -,ad
operating on the 13oiolsa and-ktIli
whole ituss of corrtupt and vItiated ri
purfyngthe1.lodwhici destroys %d.n4
You will find the~se Pills, an invauif ij as.
eine ini umnay cormplatints to 'hl'cl yt ai~.
ject. In 6bstuctiknseither total or
hnve been found of inestinable hbe t~~rn
their functional arrangemenis in afhniy
tio'n, purifying the bloual ahd.othai ~li~r "'e
eil-ctuially to ptpi to -flightt all oie w a.
may ariso from femanle lrreguI te,.n a4 ,
ache, gidihinrsa, dimness of -sig t, f.atI i- .
side, hack, &e. .
None genninot mier'Ag7 signe
all others being bhse mIti attob~~
keeper s~th becitiiagA
Phi~adel h fa ,
Fira d ilDr g talt .