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V a little
d my life, ard
many others at
htatV. asked' *e of our
ngs, the model conduo.
bad an Irishman on
ching a tunnel. It was
eathor, so he used'o go into
to keep cool. I rather
' j.. "d to take a little liquor
-hewa' lonesome; any way, he
own on the track one day to
-thears. He fell asleep,
ery imprudently got his head
the express train. Well
wa the last of that Irishman.
N the devil's own row in
nity when we took the poor
up, and we got away as soon
cantly could, for you know
- reeable to be surrounded
* .istracted family when you're
e0doctor nor a nurse, nor a
aqhor. Somehow I was always
rg lenI passed that place; (if
urI felt as if-not exactly the
';trihink-but just as bad uight
..ti e some day, and then
eqd e another row in a family.
-jd mywife about it, and she sent
il y"omo' little things. The
Wdf"th dead Irishman was a
at o ibi and, as I was on a very
str tain,I would sometimes take
piold woman on Sunday and
a r her to church at Martinsburg.
$tnelow thought it was a satisfac
' 'her to go to church, for she
u ittle chance in the world
n how. I certainly did not expect
tany thing for it in this world,
Prected they had so much
ordainst me in the other, that
t amount to any thing
lt was during the summer.
ifnight the next winter it was
rf""ldand the mountains were
Uveed with snow; we were running
cake time, when, on turning a
ilio^ engineer saw a waving
n the track, and we soon
.ard'-some one ahead shouting. 1
utgn.out on the platform. The
11 neer slacked up and stopped the
-i, and we got out and went
hea in' the dark to see what was
e iittdr. There was. A large
id-slde bad fallen across the track,
edi thelshamty of that old Irish wo
Sie had buit up a large fire
w eched for the train, for the
revi'ere so sharp that we might
ivo n Upon thQ slide before we
see it So, when we run up,
as the old lady, with her cal.
a swinging the chunk of fire
4le a revolving light-house, and
ebre were the littlo Irish carrying
ushflike so many little beavers.
4hb had watched all that night in
hiecold. But for her, in another
iuteWe should have run into a
dfrt and~ stone as big as Barn
H~sIotel. I should have got a
'~ptti ket," certain, for I was on
d'1afi'm. What would have be
'leof the passeng~ers and train
acan guess as well as I can.
We expressed a hope that the old
Wd~ had-been properly rewarded.
"The' passengers made up about
rgt.dollars, the company after
a gate her a shanty free, the
a'einen and engineers bought hera
and she made out very well,
hnI handed the money to her
ht night, shr said]: 'Gintelemnen and
adies; I'm thankful, and may ye
irrvei' know the want of' what ye give
eBut whiat I did was mo3tly on
1count of him, there. H~e was
u;d and though tful to the poor anid
"'hafflicted, anad I'd a watched till
fiSe'beforeo harrum should have
S coricto him, if I could ha helped it.'
"D-n the thing, it made ime chok
PIasasen jars for the Riela ay.
~"on't forget your umbrella, sir;
4here might be an explosion, and
yu'd wvant it to keep oft' the cinders.
~ ~Ie me pass your banbox, miss"
~*~Talke care of' your little boy, mad
am, no insurance on him." All
h'" t ! go ahead!"- W~as/u'nyton Re
SAN .UNREASONABLE SIIERtIFF. -
m9e years ago a sheriff ini the
orihen part of Vermont held a writ
x to against one of his neigh
vi ichh, as 'sisual in cases of the
Sthie debtor irn q'uestion, he
gre deal of dilliculty in col
n Itg,.and indeed, was compelled
stto resort to the more stringent
sioiions,of the la w. T1hre debtor
Wbit 'a man. of limited means, was
Sperson of unlimited hopes and ex
,peationis, and gave his parol of' lion.
~t&the officer that he would cer
~ atl ay the debt by a certain day.
4e'day-came, and so did the sher-.
bn ut no money. Again and again
ay was fixed for payment of the
ootobut no advance wvas made
oiards.a "liquidation." At last, as
~ execuztion had well nigh "run
lieh~sheriff told the debtor that
4ot must be paid at once, or he
ocee imiediaelyto advor
:i 9glrge,. h ut the
ney to raise' on~
No~iido,' said tile aheriff.' P
eledgi you this Bible," saidhe debt-'
or--oferinag a .large rnily Bible
worth more than the amount of the
execution. Il don't want it,' said
the officer. 'Well, thin,' replied
the debtor, indignantly, 'if you won't
take my word, nor the word of God,
for the debt, you may go to the dev.
OVERDOING IT.-A well known
Methodiat minister, who was travel.
ling on horseback through the
State of Massachusetts, stopped at
noon-on a sultry summer's day at
a cottage by the road side, and
requested some refreshment for him
self and beast. This was readily
granted by the worthy New Eng
land dame; the parson dismounted,
and having seen his horse well
eared for, entered the cottage and
partook of the refreshment which
was cheerfully placed before him.
For some time past there had
been no rain, and the country seem
e'd literally parched up. Tho min.
ister entered into conversation with
the old lady, and remarked about
the dryness of the season.
vYes," she replied, "unless we
have rain soon, all my beets, cucum
bers, and cabbages, will be good
for nothing, and 1 think that all the
ministers ought to pray for . rain."
The worthy divine informed her
that he was a minister, and that lie
should be happy - to. comply. with
her wish. lie accordingly knelt
down and prayed fervently that
the gates of heaven might be opened,
that showers might descend and
refresh the earth. lie then arose from
his knees, and having kindly thanked
his hostess, bade her good day, mount
ed his horse and departed. But lie
had not beer, gono more than
an hour when the clouds began to
gather, and a tremendous shower of
hail and rain descended, with
such force as to wash the contents of
the old lady's garden clear out of
the ground. "There!" said she, "that
is always the way with those tarn
al Methodists; they never undertake
to do anything but they always ov
The isms appear to go together,
according to the following statement:
"The Archbishop of Dublin pre
sided at a meeting of the Dub
lin Mesmeric Asssociation a few
days since, iad observed 'that lie
was aware lie had placed himself in a
position which would draw upon him
much of obloquy and ridicule, but lie
believed that he had shoulders
broad enough to bear it.' his grace al
so observed 'that le was a living mon
ument of the truth of mesmerism,
having suffered sever-ely for many
years from rheumatism. When the
doctors had dlone their best or
worst, as the case might be, lie
was ad vised to have recoulse to
mlesmerismn as a laist resource. In
the course of one week he was
p~erf'ectly cured, and has nev
er since experienced any severe re
turn of the comphlaint,"'
Ntrr GtAss--As the gardens of
many of our readers arec troubled
with this obstinate intruder, we have
thought it good to let them have the
beniefit of the following aceount of the
successful inethod of' eradicating it,
which we find in the Chieraw Gazette:
"A gentleman whose garden was
overrun with grass, and who had re
sorted to every other expedient with
out even partial success, made an
experiment thus: lie (lug upl anid
manured a spot about six feet in di
ametei- in his yard, and set it out
thickly with ut grass, which lhe
sull'eredl to grow for two years; in
which time, as the sayiing is, it was
as thick as the hairs on cow's hac-k.
LIn the gprinug of the third year, as
fast as it apipeared above the ground,
lie shaved it off with a hoe, by which
lie cffectiually prevented thiegrowth
of foliage. in the spring of the
'ouirth year-, there were but a few
scattering plants which lie tr-eated
iin the samen mannier. In the sprirng
of~ the* fifth yer nior since, has speai
of niut grass appeCared. Enc'ouraged
by his success, he adopted the same
plan with his garden; and the second
year lie was but little troubled with
nut grass: Such a result might
readily have been inferred from the
known laws which govern vegetable
economy. It is well kn~own that
there are few plants or even trees,
which can bear being s tripped for one
summerfCL of their foliage is essential
to matirinig the nut of the grass
which wve are con*siderinig, and if
you prevent thic, you destroy the
plant, unless there are mnatured nuts
of' a previous yoar's growth on the
soil which are iiot in a position to
vegitate, b~ut which subsequent tillage
may bring into ouch apoion'
Don't all Sperak al )t .Veeul
hams cent forward . aeoion to be aidmziued
into the Amneriicn Uilniona. A corresponad
ent of the Uniite'd Statec Ga-zette, witionI~
fromi Porto Cablell, mrakes ithe tollowinEr
exclama tion: "\Vould to Hleaven that
Brothier Jfon athan would, in thme ex~cess~ of
his reublaica generos13y, take this beati
fulA count'ry under the cover of .its ig
uos, und a i ariothioraii to the gorious.
Animszna constellation '-ottoi Copier
en iservton, reepjn
en~d ese distressing and now
very c mmon complnints the freo
use of small pieces of ic'e, swallowed
whole.. Ice water, be says, is ob
.jectionable, as well as allowing the
ice to dissolve in the mouth. He
calls his remedy the ice-pill, and as
it is so simple, it should. be tried.
He says the first sensation, when the
ice reaches the stomach, iaay be
strange, and evening alarming, but
that there is no dander from it.
An Ox, weighing 3,500 pounds, and
perfectly .white, raised in Illinois, and
a five legged cow, were passengers on
the David Whito at Wheeling, on
Thursday. They are en route for the
\Vorld's Fair, at New York.
In Washington the complete oflicial
returns on the license question
show that 061 votes were east in fa
Vor, of granting licenses, and 1,03
agaimst licenses to sell intoxicating
liquors. Every ward in tlio city ex
cept the seventh (the island) gave a
majority against. license, the 7th giving
two majority in fhvor. There is
gre at rejoicing auiong tie fri nds
A dealer in ready made linen in
New-York advertises his shirts and
chemisettos under the inellitluous ap
pellation ot' "mnale and female eivel
A Yankee boy had a whole Dutch
cheese set before him by a watggish
friend, who, however, gave hint 110
knife. "This is a funny cheese, uncle
Joe, but where shall I cut it." "Oh,"
said the grinning friend, "cut it where
you like." "Very well," said the Yan
kee, coolly putting it under his arm,
"I'll cut it hoe."
WKst POINT CADE.-Mr. Paul J.
Quattle buin, of'Lexington, has received.
an appointment t*o West Point from
Ac4ua1J rAI csA.-if a nian does not
make new aequnintaices as he ad
vances through lifb, lie will soon find
himself left alone. A man should
keep) his friendship in constant repair.
HOw WE PA.-A Well known po
litical economist says: "We pay best
first, those who destroy us, generals;
second, those who cheat us-politi
etans and quacks; third, those who
amuse us-singers and uitisicians; and
least of' all those Who instructi us
authers, schoolmasters aud editors."
,,Let the toast be; dear woman," as
the guest said to the landlady when
she was about reio-vinig the toast dish
to the other end of thetable.
A husband and wife,. travelling
through tle woods in haste, met with a
niehmicholy aecident, which is recoded
in the following felicitous strain
And hile retreating throughite wood,
And through the tangled fern,
lIe tore is ::au'n'en .,ai fl-'eIUa
And lad Io put on hiern!
Ut~oonsa, S0cK }'on .FAaS.-Tinc
steamer IHunboldt, at Newv.Yor'k, hamis
brouht over f'i'om Europe fif'teen mcri
no~ sheep, a v'aliable Normain stud
horse, and five brood umar'es.
of'contrution finScaeto to
Nevada, v'ia Aubun. Thei wiire ha~s
also arrived at. San Fineiiscu oi'h the
sniniim tel egrapihic Iinte fiomi that city to
Ma rv ill e, via Sao J ose, Stocktonou
Whleu we look at a field oaf w heat.
we finda that those stal ks which raise
their heaids the highest arec the em.
iest. Th'le saumei way w ith meni i, -
t hose who assume thle gr'eatest ciiinse.
qu(l ec, havei. genlera lly the lea:st shiare
o~fj judgroietit and~ abilityv.
It is said that a pair' of pr'etty eves
are thle best. miriror' a imian can shirye
by. ''Zaet ly so, anid it is uinquestion
abily' thle ease that inuy a iianz has
been shaved bys thiemi.
Wim. S. Shtarkey-, laite Unmi ted States
Coinsizh at ii~ aiana, has b eeni niomiinated
f'or' (overnori byIs sev'eral C .oiimty Con
venit ions of ii ississippq i.
. FUNssY I Pm.:nrehn-:rr.-.Whlile a
parity of it welvye lad ies were ini bat himir
at .Newp1or't, the oJther( day, the horsI'5
ran) away wpViith thie wagon (onitainiig
all thiri cliothls. jlt w t hey reneacied
homte cam better be imaiginued t hani de
iHs or -rm: 11K m:0JJf Sr'Am'is.-T1he
Phi hilel phiiIia paer' state thma t the
repor~t of* Aleasmrs. CampbiIell, Page amnd
OJlstead, audIitorls appini iited to set
tle all necuts for thle trustee of'
tile iauk of' the U nitedi Stat es, has~
bet.en coiifmed a andl dixtriblutiona or
Svaced. JU.-Thle Maine L iqpuor
Lawt has b neen defeatedi in thie (Connemie.I
icut .Ilouse of delegat es by a lar'ge
ma~ijority', by stri king oiut. the enact ingi
cla use, and inisert ing a hilI giainting Ii.
cenase~s for the sale of liqor.
TIhere nev'er wva. anyt~ piarty, fsetionm,
sect, or cabalI what everi ini which the
m ost iginoran:iit. were tnt thle m ost vio.
lent; fori a hece is not, a busier animial
than a Ibitlociead
Hon05 P'zi(':S oir loutsa.s.-Thie in
dianopolis .Jonrnuial says hioi'ses ale
now se.llinug a*t very h~ih fiugmes ini that
miarkect. TIhe av~eirage are tio 'li 25 to
5'' pe cenii!t. highei'r than t hey were a
few mointhis ago. It, is cilomoni f'or
ordinariy horiises to be rated at #0O andm
$i00. ThJ'ley are muchl ini denumad.
If dull weather affects youm, marry
a war'm-hecarted girl, anid make a Bun'
shine for yourself. -Bachelors will
find this far superior to either billk
iards or B r endy. Tt?' it on.
4VWiG,.BA ~ROF* & Q
253 KIN STREI,
Charles~ton, :S. C.
wEiave in cnhforrnity 'With th spirit
of the times adopted in our business the
system of low Tarf and Cash Prices, and
ofler to the city and country retail and
wholesale trade every variety of goods in
our linc-P3RINTS, MUSLINS, SILKS,
DOM13AZINES, SHAWLS, LINENS,
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, D RE S S
GOODS-of all Jinde-GLOVES, 110
SlERY, &c. &C. We shall be constantly
receiving the latest and intist -ffashionn ble
styles of goods, and it is our deternination
that our stock in point of Styles and Assort.
mcent sliall be unsurpassed, aud in chean..
ness of price unequalled by any in the cit.y
of Charleston. We have niade this chainge
im our system (if business from our pre
forenco to the small but more certain re
turn of the NIMBLE SIXI'ENCE, rather
than that of the slow shilling, and in the
belief that the public cannot fuil to per
ceive the advantages it oflers to purchasers.
Our business will be conducted so as to
ensure their entire confulence, and wo ap
ped directly to their judgment. Through
our connecions in the -various markets of
Europe and of this country we possess the
ability and the oill to olTer extraordinary
inducements to the Consuner, the Planter,
and the Merchant.
February 8th, 18353 15-4m
Gantt, Walker & Co,,
FACTORS & COMMISSION bl(ILCIIANTS.
A CCO31AIODATION WIIARF,
CiARlESTON, S. C.
Receive and se-li Cotton, Corn, Flour,
and all other articles of Produce, and give
personal atteniion to the selection of Faimi
Comrnmission for selling Cotton, Fifty
Cents per bale.
JAMES L. 6ANTT. WHITFIELD WALKERI.
Reference-Cul. F. 1. Aloses and1 R. C.
August. 24, 1852. 4 1-Omi
D., C. Kaeiunune,
A' RCJIANT T'AILR 0,
June 15, 1852. 34-tf
W. J. Jacobi & Son,
W. J. JACOBI. NATHANIEL JACOBI
NO. 221 KING-STREET,
(SEVENTH STOVE AnOVE DIAfAKET-STREET.)
Importers and Dealers in
Foreiga & Donestic Dry Goods
Z-7 Our castomers are emnured Moderate
Rates and a strict adhaerance to the One Price
Jan. G, 1852. 11-f
WHIOiEALE AND RETAIL
No, 238 King street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
any 21sit 185L. . 0 o
FE~INDo BAte U
T ~IRporter of
SNUSIC, MU$JICAL INSTRUMENTS
King street, Sign of the Lyre,
ClarlestOnl, S. C.
SAMUEL C, DNUN,
F~urun ishi ig Waircehouse,
NO. 20 l1A YNE S'1t1EET',
Chnarleton, S. C.
Marchn 1st. 1852 19--tf
MIeetiang-.Si., cialesIcton, S. c'
W, A, KENT & MITCHELL,
FAShiON A BLhE
Clothing and Out-Fiting
E S'' T BL 11i MJE N T,
MASONIC II ALL,
-o 2(; .l~ilig-Strctt, corriet Oh
Wcuntworthi, Cha~rleston, S. C
Purnchnasers illilimlan at all timnes a full
andnn comnplete stoctk onf Gent's.
.?aufacti~(ory ii1: W~raxljingtomn
%tores 'V. Y.
TI' sunbver her wouldi respect
Sfull~y ninr Inn old frijends mnui thne
p& ubbei gerneraIlly, that h: s ioutnl so
lnong known :s the "Sl 3JTER1 IJOUSJE,"
is na onemed from date, for thne recep-,
anon ml vo.tors,
Th'ie internal anrrangemients will utnderg~o
a thonrouigh re'pair, wvithn as little delav es
psbeand illa trunsts that his anttention to
athe connent ofl his gulesis will merit a shn ire
oft publ ic pmatronnage. Th'ie tiuscriber inns
;n- knekn chnarge of I Ihei I Il.\Il) TIA
IJL.. and~ initeands liittinig up then roomni wntth
Ineatnecss, a nd wil fu ~rnish it wirh anlI the
Inecessarie.s and omnnvenienctes tln:Lt lovers
of t sporit ca~n retinire.
F'. M YElS.
Mlarch 8thn, 183 10-tf
Je welry ! Jewelry !!
H avi ng jnst retuinrned~n fromn I harlestoan,
the s ublsennder ha~s al readyl o nn hnand, andnn is
niow recminag, a meat anid well sealetedn
oif all dlesbriitninns, wic nh he ilnl sell ait a
veryv nnodelrntne prolit..
' " Com( onzcmi L,:,di'e ande C ent leen,
ami c::nami tor ynnirsilvrs. A call is all
ask. , C. T1. MA8I)N.
Nov. 15 1 52 3-tf
On some mtby int week a Note drawn ny
[du in Cater on Brndford Sprngsn datedl about
hec 18:tnht haa ry hu.t. andiL aable in twe~lve
nonthas for 62%t 00- anid in fihvor of . L. De.
Doin. All pnersons arme forbid to trua for thne
ame, and any one findirng annd leaing it at tine
>lhee of tisjiaper vill Confer a favor uporn the
OFF~ for sale, for tuh, or an appioved ere
and WiAL SELECTE assortment of EsA5tlVuIa
FRENC, ENGLISH AND AAIbRI4
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, PAINTS A
TRUSSES, (ALL KINDS) VARNISH
PESSAIIJES, " " DYE STU]
DRUGGISTS LABELS, BRONZEE
" GLASS WARE, B1LUSIIES
PATENT MEDIotNES, WINDoW (
ToistPSONIAN IEDCINEs, Laur AND
SIAxIns' HERS & ROOTS, SOLAR, LA
GARDEN SEEDS, SPiaiT GA
COMPRISING T11E STOCK OF
Agent for the
PA TENT AND Fl
April 6th, 1852.
Through Fare from Charles
TON i'O BALTIMORE $17.50;
TO PHILADELPIlA $19;
AND TO NEW-YORK 820.
TIlE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FROM
CHARLESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the Wharf at the foot of
Laurens-st. daily at 3, p. in. after the
arrival of the Southern cars, via WIL
AIlNGTON, N. C., frot which poitn
two daily trains are dispatched at 8 A. M.;
and 2 P. Ml.; the8 o'clock only connecting at
Weldon with the lines to Petersburg,
Richmond, Washington, Baltimore, Phila
deliphia, and New-York. The public is
respectfully informed that the steamers of
these lines, are in first rate condition, and
are navigatred by well known and ex
perienced commanders; the Rail Roads
are in fine order, (tile WilningtonI
and Weldon. as well as the Seaboard
and Itoanoke haviiig recently been reluid
with heavy Trail) thereby seenlring both
safety and despatch. By these routes
passengers availtog themselves of the
F FRT TRAIN muay reach Baltimore in
,11 houirs. I'hiladelphla ill 45 hours, and
New York in 50 1.2 hours; and by the
SECOND TRAIN they arrive in Bill
tinore in '0 hours, Philadelphia in 56
hours, and New-York in 61 1-:. hours.
Throurh Iickets can alone. he had from
E. WINbLOW, Agent of the Wilmingit'n
and Raleigh Rail Road Company. at the
office of the Company, foot of Laurens
street, Charleston, S. C., to whom please
Ma rcI 23, 1852. 22.-tf
Improved Cotton Gins.
Thankful for past favours the stubscriber wish.
es to inform thle public that he still manuiac.
lures Cotton Gins at his establihient in State
burg, on the most improved and ..pproved plan
wl.hich he thinks that the cotton ginned on one
of those gir.s of t1:e late improvement is worth
it least a quarter of a cent inore than t1e cot
ton gillled oil the ordinary gin. .ie also mian
uiactures them on the most sinipI'.constrlction,
of the fllest fini41h andt] of the best materials ; to
wit, Steel Saws aid Steel Plated Ribs case
hardened which he will sell for 82 per Saw.
fle also repairs old gins and puts the1m in con
plete order at the shortest notice. All orders for
Gins will be promptly and pitnctual atteneded
to. WILLIAM LMUSON.
Stateburg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17, 26
AT TIE OLD STAND OF S. & J. GILERT.
S . & E. A. G I L B E RT
continue the CAR RIAGE
ISUSINENS at thle above.
stanud-No. 35 and 440 Wentworth-street,
Charleston-where theey will be pleased to
exhlibit to thleir old friends anid customers
a very extensive Stock of Vehlicles, com-.
prisin~g those .of thleir own lluanufactture,
together with variouls other styles usulally
found ill th is mailrket. Their long acqultainlt
ance weithI this imarket as manllluaturers
and11 delers will enable them to (or gireat
unlluemen~lts to pturchaiseirsi both iln styles
Au~gust 241, 1852. 44-tf
JOHN N, NEVIN,
SUJITER VIL LE, S. L'.
(Near the Depot.)
Painting, Gilding, and
Gilding on odin
Silver, and Graining.
H~loslehol VFuni Ire done up in the neat.
est and best mannller. All he0 asks is aI fair
tril. lie gualrameesr 1o give entire sat
hael oln. Nf All orders froml the~ en-untry
promlptly nutendlred to.
JanI. 11th, 18.53 1I.1
inlformnintr lhe citizens of
iumevll and 11, ic~inlity that
heo lhas op..tee inl SumtlervilIle, e ,posite thle nlew
Presbymerianj Cheureh, a C'AJI NET1 WeA 1tig
110(1 , whlere he. will kweep for sate, (lcheap, alli
sneh1 furniture as5 comels unde11r this deparFunet
ofI is trath', whie he01 ntill 'walrranlt elf good
atlerhu~ ;ad ut ill fu~rnish for ca1sh, atI Chalrh-s.
L.2u praL's, ali diescriptlions~ of Furuiture made.
llepirigexcent~ed at thle shoertest noetice.
Mlnhllganly lad pla1inll 'insi lurishled wsitth
Ianvin~g procurecd thle se ices oif Mr. C. W,
I).t vzs, lhe is prepearedl lo furnish Metallic P'lates
enlgra~ ed ill ally .tyie.
.All thle subhsrlber asks is a famir trial, atnd
hoes. by punlctual l atention11 to bulsinless antd
easy termls, li mieri I pletic pailtrOage.
lw-eruairy 17, 183, ly..iy
For Wright's Blu~ MVur
fAY'S FEltitY, Ai D ALL
y/v"~ TheI stenliwcr ih:KA 1.11,
Uriso.C masler, wval Ileave
Ch;IalCeto as abcove, abott
the 5thl of October. For Fireighet arranglie
menC~ts apply to Calptain on1 Ilord, ior to
O)'NICIL, IllLL & KiENNF.)Y.
37 Wtchan opy~ loyce's Whalzrf.
Sept 27, 1852. ..1
By1. Thomas O'Connor,
.utreceived pe'r LL:til Iellead, a chonice selec
till of I ig:trs and1. Tohbacco, Cordials, Pre
serves of ail descriptionus, .Jeilysi &c. Alsoc a
'omph-te 155 aotmentl 01 Giroceries, which h~e
guaratee to111 I Sell as lowt na.~ thley can1 ho ob
tainedI freim Chartseeo for.
The11 subscribeor hars maude arrangements for
thle mlanutfacturte of freon F our to Five Thousand
pairs of the aboe artaile by the FALL. For
re ference as to qutatity, lhe would respectfully
refer persons who may heedilepose dt to usl' ~e
of him, to those w~ho ptronize ix a~7J
As to prIce, ho w d
Celn be frordq~
diATy iRaE LOnWSr.-rAntoidI
AIEDTERRANEAn and EBoU A -
M e d ic in es.
AN CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS
ND OILS, SPICES
FrB, . FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
LASS NAIL AND TooT-BatiRszs,
Wicts, - - COMBS AND HAIit aBRUSIEs
RD AND SPER OILS, FANCY. SoArs,
I Liver Oil.
iti every article
A DRUGGIST ORt PHYSICIAN.
Whatever concerns the heahih and happiness
of a people is at all times of the most valuablo
importance. I take it for granted that every
p.-rson will do all In their pA er, to save the lives
of their children, and that every person will en
deavor to promote their own health at all sacri.
flees. I feel it to he my duty to solemnly assure
you that WoRMS, according to tihe olinion of
the most celebrated Physicians. are the primary
causes of a large majority of diseases to which
children and adult are liable - if you havo an
a>petite continually changeable from one kind
o fOd to ;maother, had Mreath, Pain in the Sto
mach, Picking at the Nose, Hardness and Full
ness of the Belly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever,
I'nlse Irregular-renember that all these denote
Woans, & you should at once apply the rentedy
HioblcassmI(ek's Woriat Syprsap.
An artielo founded upon &eientificl Prinijes,
compounded with purely vegetable substances,
being perfectly safe when taken, and can he
given to the most tender luflant with decided
biene ficiul efTct, where Bowel Conplaints and
Diarrlaa- have mnade them wenk and(] debilitated
the Tonic properties of my Worna Syru p are
uch, that itsUnds withoutan equal ill the cata
logue of medicines, in giving tone anl strength
to the Stomach, which makes it an ufaible
remedy for thosc afllicted with Dy aa'cps, the
astonishing cures performed by Is rP1 after
I'lhysiians have faile.:, is the best evidence ofit.
superior elliccy over il others .
'hits is the most diflmult Worm to destroy of
vil that infest tie humian system, it grows to an
almost indefinite leng'h becoming so coiled and
fastened to the Intestines anld Stomach efTecting
the health so sadly as to cause St. Vitus Dance,
Fits, &c., that lhose afilicted seldom if ever
nspect thnt it L Talpe Wora lasteniig them to
au early grave. In order to destroy this Worm, a
very energetic treattnient imust be puraued, it
would theretre be proper to take G to 8 of my
Liver Pills so as to remove all obstructions, that
tlie WoJro Syrup mitay uctdirectupon the Worm,
which astis be taken in dusus of 2 Tablespoon
fiuls 3 times a day, these directions followed
have never eeI kiownm to fail in curing the
most obstinate case of Tape llutrn.
1Iobenacks5 Livei- Pills.
No purt of the system is mure liable to disease
than the LIV ER, it serving as a filercr to puri
f the blood, or giving the proper secrmtion to
h le; so that aiy wrung action of the Liver
ellects the other inprtant parts of lihe systen,
and results varimsly, in Liver Complaint,
.iaundice, Dyspepsia, &c. We should therefore
watch every syoinpjoin that might indicate a
wrong action of the Liver. These Pills being
composed of RooTs and 'LANTS furnished by
uaturo to heal the sick: Namely, lot.. An Ex.
?ECTOnANT, which augme,.tes the secretion from
the Putlationary mucus menlmraije or promotes
the discharge of seited niatter.. 2nd, AnAr
A tijv , icit changes in soie itiexplica..
11n 8iaipb rte~
gives tone and strengthkto the nervuuAyiteaid
renewing health and .yigor to 'all parts of tbe
body. 4th, ACATuAt-Tc, which acts 1ii pa
fect. harmony wvithi the other ingrediet's~ ant
operatinig on. tihe ilowels, .imnd expelling the
wihole amass of corrtupt and vitiated Diatier, and
prifying wth Blowidcsh destroys disease and
.You will find these ills an ivaluable medi
cine in munvi comtplaints to which you are sub
ject, In ob~struaetiens either total or partial, they
have beeni fomil (of inestimnable beinefit, restoring
their fmuctiontl arranm.,genits to a health y ac
tin, purifying the blood anid oilier fluids so
effecnmally to put to flight aill comiplaints whlich
many arise fronm fenmalo irregualarities, as bead
iteche, giddiness, dianess of sight, pain in the
.ide, back, &c.
None genuiine unless signedl J, N. I~ontaACK,
all others beinig base Imitation.
' R I C -- EA C:ii 25 C'I.
pF Ageants wishing ne w supplies, andi Store
hKeepers desironts of becoming A gents mlauut ad
dress the Proprietor, .J. N. IIBENSACK,
For sale by all Drnggists tand 3Merchants in
the UI. S.
P. 5M. CnmF., ChIarleston, Whiolesaie Agent
for thme state.
August 10th, 1852 4-1
The Corn Exchange,
' CON NO R,
WVho keeps~ e<>nstantaly oat hanzd a lot of
D()%lESTICS nt ther lowest ratteM. GR0
CERiE'S at C1harksntonm priea for cash
Bacon, Lard, Hantus. Butter and at large sup.
lily of thme best CIGA RS antd T1OJACCO)
which lie wvillI sell cheaper than nity nmer
(hbant ini town), also just receivedi 401 barrels
North Ca ro! ina flour.
D. J, WINN,
11h's Jusl receLived fruim Iidanmore atmi Newi
Yok ak Iarge anid t elli ,elected stock of
ihie finest anmd best that haom ever been brought
to this markect.
heady madul Clothing for ti;ents' tand Youths,
otevery gomalit y and udescritiona. I having se
huect.ed the G ials, an d hadl thean made upa to or
oer, hme enn warrtant te work.
Evory description and quiality of G'.oves; tDres
I late made upi to order; Cape, Silk Cravata,
silk P'ocket flandkerhiefse and~ Neck TPis,
Lineni Shiram, do. Collars, Merino Undershairms,
do~.Airnwsers, with every- article that is worn by
gef tlemunm, which hie ',Ihers on reasonmable terms,
antl solicits a call from his old customers, and
ilie citiz' r~s of time Dlistriet generally.
\Smiervi lle, Nov. 15th, 1852 2-t
isl(?S luhETA LLIC COlITI'NS of all
sizes, conistantly on haind aud for sale
by IIUD)SON & BRIOTH'ER.,
O)pp. Temnperaince Hatll Sumiterville..
ROhiCRT~i W. ANDRiEWS niotoiies thme
citizens of this, and the atdioining I)isiricis,
thant hut hats remnovedl his Stables nenr thme De,~
poat of the WV. & M. Ri. Road, wheure lie is read y
at all times to takea clmmrge of diseased IHorsei
(or a muoderat sharge ii m all cases where thmere
is no enre no pay-wIll lhe expected: Ife alsoi
comnties to takes.Pamsengerso toid' from thems
Dept and ex eta. short l. to receiv &
. O u
Tit TRUE .
OR, GASTIa - J
Prepared from RXNNE, or theto"We
of the Or, after direetionila4M
great Jhys1oloic ChetI
This is a (ruly wond re
tion, Dyspepsia, Jaundicei v
Constipation. and Debility, -
ture's own method,by Natua *-s
3V Half a teaspoonful o
in water, will- digeirt or disst1o
of Rost Beqf, in about too
iein i th chief clemetrt it
ing I rinciplte of the Gastric Jtn- ojx a
of the Food, the Purifyind, Ireit",
Stimulating Agent of the Btoma
tindies, i extracted from th'
ach of the Ox, thus foring aQri
ive FluidI. precisely like the tnt
Juice in its Chemical powerr and
Complere and Perfect substitule (dir It
aid of this preparation,' the pains -
Indigestion anid Dyspepula.are remo e'i
they would he by a healthy Stozne~II
lin wonders fur ysptics,ociris -
buliy, Emaciation, ervous Ut
peptic Consumption, supposed td bat
of the grave. The Scientiio,'yl4&hS e
which it is based, is in the hi 1;'
ous aid Remar ale. i
Baron Lieblg in bla elebrdkd
mal Chemihtry, says: *. An
XaMP7AWIMogots to the Gasi lotc, k
readily eparerrd from the mucqu
the stoumah Iof the Calf in whleb
eles of food, as meat and 'ege;vl
changed and digested,-juslp'ipntdei
as they would b in the human Zqiab'
Dr. Combe, in his valuable
Physiology of Digestion".ob"#4
dimninution of the dite quintity of a Gas
Juice is a prominent and all-prevllgai
Dyspepsia;" and lie states that. ! dis&4pg
professor of medicine in London, =i
vurely afflicted with tlhiticoq t
every thing else to fall; inba -r---dnt*.,
Gastric Juice, obiiined from the , 140
living animals, which proved Nho
cersfuily " aMtm
Professor Dungliion, of&I 'J'Wer'
Philadelphia, in his'greit'wor on ii mani
siology, -devotes more than fiftyIaes~ toa -
amination of this -eubject.': Ha .
with Dr. Beaiuont;' on th'e Gasti-i
tained from the living huiani 4
froi atnimals, are well known. '1114
lie says," digestion occurrd'asdriretf
artificial as in the natural-dision *
,Dr. John WV. Drapor, Protessoroqh
ih the Mtedieal Culeeoftillb"x 6ho
New York, in his 11.'e at ook orp,_6
page 3S, say,: "It has, been 4 qis t
ther artificial digestion could be perfor ed"t.-I.
it is now iiiiversally adinled i rta t.s
Dr. Carpenter's standards prIi'_?
which is in the libra of eV Ap tlan t
tis.ure4 as a Txt -Bo in all
oll Of evidence similar:-to tb&'t o'- W
pfact that ATst4 1
titosQuieIli of t~ vibx4 x
x s ritheitp '
cpetnt secretion of Gastrio
6-ff .',$ Call o at Aena ga
Circular, gratis givingg a 14
entifle I:vadoence, similar to a bove'
wit Ieports'ofe -Ilmarlabeh Coir 4
parts of thei Uniterd Stt
. AS-A f)81 d
"Dr. Jioughatda'si i'uiamvta 'prdb -
morst moarvelloijs .efects, bn eirpu s~ief
bility, Emaciation, Nervous P're
peptic Consutmption. -I Is inxile
the details .of cases sin rte iraasf'h dWt
tisemkent; buit uauthenicated~4et~cq~
been given of more than 'w letT
abeCures, in- Philadelphi~?c~et1Iid f
lBoston alone, Th'Jes eueryJli t
cases, and the cureswer'itnl4 ~ tp
wonderful, but permanedii"
It is a great NeugAntidol,4r tqIk
ly useful for tendency to lilious d 4 v r
Comiplainat, Fever anid Agile; irid l4fe
of Quininre, Miernury, and libi
Digesative Organsrfm ittt liingsicknt ~iI~
for excess in eaunig, and~ahe free botr"
den bttas ce, tos eoniq1~ wt
There is nio form of Old St1E lrGh
whih it does not seem to reanetand
one. No tmatter how bad tlrirg" -
instant relief! A single doegT~ro?
unpjltzitnt sy/mptgos; and' itionry
repeated for at short tunne to mnalei~
ettecta pe'rnenit. Purity of.BQ~u~
of'.Blody follow at once. 15. Ispa p l
lent int cases of Nanisca, dumnttn.(ir
Soreniess of the pit of the it'oih~f~
eat ing, low, cold stat of the 1Wl~ Hea~
Luwtt'Es of Spirits, Dcspszdgo ,$n
Weakness, tenidene - to Iniaanit1 ySe ,r,
Dr. lioughttoit's I'tapin,.is isoldh.b
the dealers int ine drugs and Pop I41j~
throughrout the United Stts
Powdter andi ist Fluid form-~andn I rbtsc~~
vials for the ruse of P'hysicians" z ' $9
Private Circuliare for' ahbe,~ PrI
mtay he obtaiined of D)r. Hogh
dlescribaing the w hole procew -f~
giving the auth oritieis upon& si111
this niit' remuedy are bastedld lItr*
iremdy, nao aidjer tina carn. lI
use by P'hysicians in respieet~hti lrr
regula r pracetic. , P'ric, One DoIla rt
gtenuine PI:PSIN hears thieeritir __
. .lotiv aTno, M. ).,' sole l*P lt f"ill'j~
adelial, Pa. Copy-right anid MIpl lo
E$ Sold by all Dug
1or sale mJ Sumit~ lkp ~
* MIJl4R ~~ff
Deicembher 16, 1851, -'
Webb Claktw I
fu hlly informe bia-patron~
S publfe generallydh
prreparedi to accomodteJjI i~Vj
him a call. at the old ntari y
rattes. , Jlisnservanut nro i
live, his taible shall be-~ t
the best the snarket will
domestic arrarngelnentM h'
menctt sahall be ordeorlpar~ t '
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