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anVey s I ta.0
Oshawas th .tc
. t it
i-a stri acrose the way
! ndilg dart a:niold,
j-1edovery hr "hr and sunny day
ue d1th u tIod.
within ipy pori.u,
n9 w~ Yith a h;.d 1.n
lhe shadw .*is tiy g"
dng that ai:iw. lenCe.
* wthere's a'lady &liiin-g by,
A-fost fashionabiy di est;
lhe iolde her head lip very hig!h.
tAfeather'does the reb;
ihi-looks just like a ur:mn:.dor,
he lavor dreanis hu x very peer
i16 looks upon do, ir.c.
Nowthere's a dandy pia:-sing by,
WVith rattan quite Lwtntee,
Uii around le'.i
Ad noy an -. : tn, ..- . -
-~~4 Is wanitdiiiga .i*,, ,
Hlie look ponrtm ae.:.n
tiiink he hubi. - . 4 6 .
f trust and :;OVI'r iw :1 . a-::-,
tit how giat ic. : r
1-ea looksm ,iunn Jhut nac.
Andinow a Studen Samnters by,
He's very handsome too,
Mustachiod lip and splendid eve,
i 'Most beautifully blue.
HZ16loks like one by nature blest
With more than comimn sene,
'-,'Yet ho louks stranger dhan ile rest
Oi that sarcastic Iene.
And i ,- v'r strides along,
..As th' t ho'i he werld were his,
STe' ugliest si ;.,t could not wrong
His dread:. .
2-r'think the Rdn it . It, iw.
..'Enough to inal.s pieence,
y which across the mwiet he g oes
And shuns that e14r . kence.
They hint that I have siie w-.
A most annoying tongue
nd say, (but I don't care a hitl)
- 'Vis"in the middle hung;
And this the envions alw..ys do
Find purest innoccii- e,
And loveliest forms d;storta too,
Like hadows on that fence.
h as not, wtorlhippied eyLs ?
01.s not pai I Coutn to) i.is lavorite
stitarid I m in. Or ither camitn d
t muss fo suiale-expressions o~f
ra tion. Ahnt i every one forrits
w"- 'standard -f beauty on this
ect. To on., bhie is divine; to :rn
ther, black adimbalile. Grey, the
~~eedj grey, as the einkben will
have it. designates poetry, depth, feel
* Black, passion, sen tieit, r
nce. To us there is no lmore beau
lay than the haze-l; so, full of soul
ee~iipeninig suddenly at the itone of
~orrow, lightning at the gh:see ofP imirth
- beatming the very language of Heav
~en, when the heart beats its story of
~ove. The Saviour of mankind is al
way described as having "fair, openi
'::pdruddy: countenanee, lung curlhing
~'rA ks of auburn, and eyes large and ot
Butt apart fr-om their hn, many ee
fr yhatever of genaiis ctmanates friom
e soul, gathers it-. . hah in the
~2~ey~sand if that, h..aritihe a heikinar
Saeof crime, the eye telis its. t:ti
n~ozieoyes vary wuondertully with the
s o~ ing emotions of tlhe houar. We
~~a eseen the dull, cold eye, grow Ii
~K udaste first grey light (f iorninig.
an as bright as the . star af beauty,
nder-~fl~r the impulse of ~ .me holy and
~~ender sentiment. We have noted the
~'eye. that seemed the out wai .-wlemai
'ameek sp)irit, flat-i !ik e- ii -- i t
n~eyestha i. -.~g..
orbvheui iuiher as havtia .. 1:
~e trust thes'e trea -as-- to a. awev
erdmy deartet, myi- u'.,t am'.e . --oh'!
hblterder of LLcr a * :afl
to thir journey%:, i.
~'~The'eyes of a chiilJ ! h.r cvleaur they
i~~r how sinles! how funl If th puire
ofininoee ! Is ii nt a pity
6 hsdark, cloud colored world
should so often make thiem a mirror
Tihe striking eye is not al ways beau
\ fi ituqick, penettrating, it ar
~ .OtS attention if it win iiot admiiration.
oor very dark eyes are genierally
~dteir owners be susceptible of stron~g,
a~oiitidinal tf-lia -possess4L the temi
ament of gen il:.
Bl'essed.e thea mai~ideni that hat h at
u~tle blue. Over lor tlea graces hold1(
c;~~ uliar sway. If them a-t d' filect. i
asaways Ininisteredt to hier, and im.
.'' elenees happy atid moirali hedged hier
.kfromn contact with vice and pas-sio n,
$'she isa one of the mo.,t amiiabh:, ats
- as stnless, of beuings. Gr. at
~trngth- of intellect she may int, pos
ses htg great wealth of love which is
a better glory than honor can give, or
t oprocure-with that wvill . she fill
ddwelIn r.g and (1ou~lr heart.
- , Lrists love this style of~ beauty;
M~h-jaint the Martiy-u.ther, that
Nijed among women, with blonde
r.and eyes~ of hieaavenly blue, anid
- 6ove they to por-tray the litet. Je
~U.-O ie Brancht.
- ~ot4,el aut ir, where the
iSP asked Mrs.
fl~otiuy~id Old Roger;
IiguficIntly t tiejewefr; whkh
gIeamed in at wiidow Close byt -"it.
.eemsto b ail eXpensory all aroind
here." "I ueai," replied she,, half
smiiing, and laying her hand lightly
upon Is -at- ie'e, "the place where
thy put, up ds..tor's prescriptions gra
Ciously, fbr. noh)ing, for Isaac hai got
an absence on his leg." He pointed
with his cane up the stairway that led
to the dispensary, and the old lady
climed up pturdily to where she was
to oAbtainl the absence healing dispen.
Tiiaiiag a Wild Iorse.
A few day.; ago I saw an Indian
breaking a wild niare; and the follow
ing is the manner in which it was done:
Everytihing being prepared, a strong,
well-t-nmj young Indian, about nine
t'in years ot age, itd forward the ani
iiial, with L: .iata. She was about
l'liften haoi- hAsi, perfect in symme
try, and whe a a dew-washed lily.
:Sie trembled w ith fear, and made free
use Of teeth a'id feet, to prevent any
ln''s aciapprone tn:. Two men stood ready,
w Li h anett es, and taking advantage of
h.-r *: L.ms,.ie was thio\%n around
it ther around her hind
1 ig simuetltanieously, she
ns w: t . l In her side, whe:, in an
ivutant, % wary Indian had his knee
tjlQo hter neck, and had adjusted a
t.andagei scr her eyes. She was then
suillere I to :ie; and, by judicious coax
ing on hi- [at.t. in the course of half
all hour, a blainiet was spread upon
her kaek, and a strap passed loosely
around her b--dy. The Indian then
mounted and drew the strap over his
knees. Ieaching forward, he removed
the bandage from her eyes, and at once
she cominenced a series of desperate
plunges,and exerted every nmsele to
throw her rider. Several imeri stood
near, with switches inl hileir hands, in
order to preven t her fron falling back.
wards-the oiy thing her I ider appre.
hended. A imonmt i.- s1 Itant aided in
drivmig her to) tho ring.; and, muich to
our surprise, she pecame immediately
Subdued, and proceeded to drink as
quitetly as a horse timt had been accus
toned to the addle for years ! The
young aIaI n lib:l jj j-kl, Iid, patting her
oil li n'1. ;1 -7 d us she would give
hii ]I() : ri trouble. And so it
proved. I a i. him suibsequently, on
several m a-i dashing along the
valley, wii. t ight rein, and control
ling the silrne cd mare, with tle Itost
deleente' touches.-Courrs. N. Y. fir.
FE31ALE COURAGE.-A German
naned llenry Coleman, anl ugly look.
mug customer, was arraigned in the
police court inl this city, on Monday,
on a charge of attempting to iob Mrs.
Eithina Barker and her two dauthers,
Lucy Ann and Angelina, on the
highway between Fitchburgh and
WVestmiinster, on Saturday last.
The circumstances of this bold out
rage are briefly these: The three fe
males were proceeding from Fitch.
burg homtewar d toward Gaidner, in
a one-horse wagon, and nhile riding
through a by-part of thle town of
Westminster, the prisoner came out
of the bushes by the road side, and
seizing the horse by the briddle, de
manded their money.
Thley tol him they hlad none; but
hie still persisted in his demands, and
turnied tihe horse to tile side of tile
road, when one of tihe daughters, an
imtelligentt andi courageous young Ia
diy of about l'i years of age, jumped
1rom thie wagon and started elf to
rin C asist:mlee. Tihe ruffian per
eeivmlg her dsignl eaugrht her, and
dragging hier into the bushes, threw
her down ands tore her clothes near
ly off her In this struggle, howev
er, tihe young lady seized him by the
hair nith both her hanids, and held
him so firmly thait h~e could do no
fut iher rii h-es; but at a favorable
:o. *n* -' "c rib .g i hed her grasp
i-,at I lier1 runininig a short
sm ti.e Iw a m-an, of whomn she
atsl-:- am3l~aice, but to hlis shiame
be it s.i.1, he was afraid to go with
her. and~ starte'd off to get more help,
wibs tile prisonte:' thus for tile time
made his escape, thloughl he would
have lbeen arrested on the spot. had
this chickenhlearted represeatative of
the genus homo possessed a titheC of
courage exhibited by tile young la
After the rosbber left ihe horse to
catch aind detauill t he daughter, tile
mlothler drove on tos see-k amsistance,
whlieb was finally obt aine~d, butt the vil
Ilian, as beibre statted, hadtt escapeid.
Hie was subhsequent ly tY1racevd to this ci
ty-, where hie w as. finally oveirhiauled
by ollicer W*.arrenI 41n 'Siunday. Ilis
for trial at the- b1 pemb er Commi~on
leas, for thie at tted high way rob.
beryv, and Ifori the assautlt, upon the
Wucet ', C ) iTranscript, June 28.
A S-ruA A Dv ENrpa.-Mr. Red
bltossomu d irmore th - his usual
allowance i u t rum and sugatr, one
olk nighi, the. consequence of which
was he gavt hsis wife a rather con
fused atcctuntl of hi-s coniduet, on his re
turn home. "Mr. Smith's grocery
slore invited me to so and drink cou
sin Samt~-anid yout See, the weat her
was dry-and I was very sloppy-so I
-aids . id' mind puniching one drink
-adsqueer now my head went in
to the punch thotugh ! The way home
was so dizzy that I slipped uyou a lit
tie dog-the corner of tile street bit
rme-anld ain old gentleman with cropped
ears and a brass collar on his neck said
he belonged to the do2-and I ws
you understand--io-that is, I don't
know nthing *'ore about it 1'"
Tn SCibT'AEEY! E R1BAIt
A Pr beiifmin4N n At.
erican bybitljbt of Bettigiparn
entage, one'hapened to i in New
Orleans, was askedto vist- an
old Scottish soldier who had wander;
ed to the city, sickened, and was con.
veyed to the hospital.
On his entrance, and on announc.
ing his errand,'the Scotchman told
him, in a surly tone, that he desired
none of his visits-that he know how
to die without the aid of a priest.
In vain he informed him that he was
no priest, but a Presbyterian minis
ter, cone to read him a portion of
the Word, and to speak to him.
of eternity. The Scotchman dogged.
ly refused to any conversation with
hin, and he was obliged to take
Next day, however, he called a.
gain, thinking that the reflection of
the man on his own rudeness would
prepare the way for a better recep
tion. But his tone and manner were
equally rude and repulsive; and
at length he turned himself in
bed, with his face to the wall, as if
determined to hear nothing and
The uitsister bethought himself as
a last resource, of the hymn well
known in Scotland, the composition
of David Dickerson, minister of
Irvine, beginning, "0 mother dear,
Jerusalem, when shall I conic to
thee?" which his Scottish moth
er had taught hitu to sing to the
tune of Dundee. He began to sing his
The soldier listened for a few
moments in silence, but gradual
ly turning himself round, with a
relaxed countenance, and the tear in
his eye, inquired, "Who taught you
that." "My mother," replied the
minister. "And so did mine," re
joined the now softened soldier,
whose heart was opened by the
recollections of infancy and of coun
try; and he now gave a willing ear to
the man that had found the Scot
tish key to his heart.
China, Glass And
H. E. NICHOLS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
AS jut received direct from the man
ufacturers in England and France,
and by recent vessels from the North, a
very complee and varied assortment of the
above nanod GOODS, comprising all the
new patterns and shapes; among which
VlITE GRANITE or STONEWARE,
Chiua finish ai superior article;
Blue and other Co~ored Ware, of new
French and English Cina, new shapes,
plain WVat Gold .and decorated;
Rich China Dinner and Tea-setts, and
beautiful Fancy Article', in the line;
Cut, Mouldered and Polished Glassware,
of every kind;
Dyott's P'atent Camnphene, ,Store, Otlice-,
and Parlor Lamtp, a superior article;
WVebb's Patent Oil and Lard Lamps, a new
article giving greait ligh t and brilliancy;
Tea Tray-s, best TPablo Cutlery and Pal.
ted Castors, Sproins, Forks, &c.
IIousekeepingr art icles', in great variety ;
Cratets ofC assortedl Wares. of desirable'and
newv styles, by Wholesae ;c
Pcrof tiTuthters, Flasks, &c., low
by tihe pacik.c
Halving 'omip~fete arrang mients for obtain
tog our Gods direct troum the mainuufac
tulrers we can and wili oller rare induce
maents, ei ther by Whowlesalec or Retail --
Orders attended to proompt ly..
II. E NICIIOLS.
Columbia, A pril 12, 1853 21-tf
J. B. N. HAMMIVET,
ATTIORNEY ATP LAW,
SUMT1ERVILLE, S. C.
Oidice next doior to 3. fl. & R. C. Webb's
New Y'ork Store.
M arch 22, 185:1 21-tf
Fine Cigars and Garden
Kept con stantily ont hand by
Dr. W. JAS. DARGAN & CO.
M ay 24th, 1853- 30--tf
-- Cheap Grocery.
THlE Stubscriber having op'enedl a gro
cery underneath the Tow~in Hall, designs
keepmng cons.tantly ont hand, a 'supply ot
heavy articles, such as
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Flour,
RICE., BUCKWVHIAT, MOLASSES,
VINIEGA R, BACON. LA RD, UUTTERi,
CANDLES, l'OTlAT()ES, &c. &c.
In fact hittle oh abnost evcrythinmg that is
good to ont ill of wh'lire. will be sold low
for cash, or in exchange for coutntry pro.
duc~e. Ile proittses to :attendr to h is ownm
buinetss, and hopes by a'tl tog strict ly
thereto, to receve a I.beral shaore of pa.
trona;-,e J. M. AIlANDLER.
Match 15th, 1853-0--t
15 ""of Wilmnon" and Man.
cheser Rail Road Company Stock
for sale, atny person de'sirouIs of pturchasing
said stock will please call -on the suhscrE
ber at his office in Slumterville.
J. B. N. HlA MMETr,
March a2, 1853 21-~tf
The subscriber having discontinued the Drug
Busirness will devyote his whole time at the prac.
tice of medicenei. Th~oe wvishing hit. profesion
al surv ices witll find hIm at all times at his resi
dence in the Villege.
- R. S. MJELETT, M. D.
Jan.10 1853, h-ly,
Of Dry Goods.
Which for variety, quality, newness of styles
and cheapness, merit the attention of every
body, some of which we here enumerate:
Plain colored Canton Crape Shawb-, at $5.
Superfine Cant Crep Shawls with extra heavy
fringes, Rich Embroidered Cant Crape Shawls,
Superfine French and Berlin Wool, Reasedale
Tyne and Bay State Double, Four faced and
Long Shawls, of the heaviest description. Hiea
V7 10.4 square Woolen Shawls of the following
sy les: Santag, Jenny Lind, Florence and Bays
Itater. French Ebroidered Thibet, Brocho
worked, Janiquard loom worked and lain
Thibet Shawls in choice variety. Embroi ered
Canton Crepe, Broche worked and Paris
printed Alantles and Scarfs.
Plain and Figured BLACK GRo'n RLKN
SILKS, Plain colored gro'd Nap and Marceine
Silks ; Striped and Plaided Wash Silks; Plain,
Figured, Striped ana Plaid Mons. D-Lains in
the latest styles and richei. dyes. Scotch and
English pinted d'laines of the handsomest pa
trons. Plain Paris Mons. D'Laines in all va
riety of colors. FazNcir, GERnMAN and ENo
LISI IErnio of the mostsuperior qualities and
colors. French and English Chintz patron
Calicoes. Best qualities and makes of Ameri
can Prints. Col d Organdies, French Cra
Liese, Bareges, Crepe D'parls Illusions, Silk
Tissues, &c., for evening and Ball wear. Also
just received, 132 of beautifully Embroidered
Swiss AIuslin Robe patron Dresses, each one
having a Fashion Carn attached.
EMBI? OID ERIES.
Extra super FRENcit NEEDLE CIEXt ISETTES
of the richest descriptions and finest quality.
Prices from 37 1-2 to $10 a piece.
Richest and latest styles French needle work
LACE and M3sLIP COLLARS in a very large
Superb NEEDLE EMBROIDERED L I N z N
CAMaRIC IIANDKERCHIIEFS, also a superior as
sortment of plaini ditto.
Cambric and Swiss MUsLtN EDGINGS,
FRILLS, BANDS, INSFRTINGS, &c., of the best
qualities and newest styles of Imported Needle
J OSIERI'Y &c.
Superfine White, Black and Col'd, WORST
ED AND LAM BS WOOL Stkings, of.the
beat English manufacturers.
Extra Colored, White and Black, English
SPUN SILK Stockings. Best qualitien Eng
lish MORAVAl STOcKINGS, Black and Slate,
Colored. Extra fine and heavy qualities Im
orted French and English SILK STOCKINGS,
ack and White.
Finest qualities FRENCH LISLE THEAD
Open Cloked and plain Stockings. Black, Slate,
Blue Alized, Alode Colors and Superior quali
tics White English Stockings of the celebrated
From France and Royal Brown, Brands.
Extra Fine and heavy qualities of Gentle
men's UNDER SFIRTS nd DRAWERS of Lambs
Wool, Saxony, Merino and Stockinet. Im
ported, LADIES uINDER VESTS of Mlerino ard
Gauze Lambs Wool. LADIES AND GENTS
GLOVES, of Silk, Mermno, Kid, Lisle Thread,
Kid make Silk. Segovia, Cotton and other do
scriptions. Large and full gasortment of GE.
TLEMENS, FASIIIONABLE SHiRTs, COLr.ARS,
CRAVATS, AND POCKET IiANDKERcIIIErS.
BLANM2TS, London Bath, Duflield's and
Whitney Blankets, FLANNELS, Welch, Sa-s
bury, French Aierino and English Flannels.
Superfine Embossed Cloth and Victoria Da
masks, TABLE ANI) "'IANO COVERS.
Best qualities of Brown and White T.*s.E
DAMAsks, )oylies, NAPKINS, TowE.s, AND
IRsu .LNENS AND SIIEETINGS, OF OUR OWN
COTTON GooDs,:rickings, 3-4 4-4 and 12-4
Brown Sheotings, Best qualities of Long Cloths,
Sheetings, Cambrics, Mualins. Checks, Ging
hams, Satinets, Cassimeres, Vestings, Broad
Cloths, &c, &c.,
It will ha worth yoiur while to call and ex
amine before urchusingelsewhere.
-V ..iAc'ONi . S.N,
Cirestn an. i 21, C r13-Fr
and allI othier airticle(s or Pro] luce, and give
personal atteniion to the sele'ction of Famni
13y Sup plies.
Commission for- ie~ling Cotton, Fifty
Cenis per halle.
JAMES L. GA.NTT. wIT~FICLD WALKER.
Rererence--Coi. I". I. M,':,s atnd RI. C.
Augzust 24, I 53 .1i-Gnm
D), O. Kemaune,
MlERCH AN11~ T TAiLOR1,
Junec 15. 1852. :3i-t f
W. J, Jacobi & S3on,
W. J. JACOBI. NAT11IANIEI. JACOBI
(SEVENTH SThRtE A~toVE MIAltI-TSTRtEET.)
Importers and Dealers in
Foreigsa & Domesstic Dr- y Ooods
8"O"- Our customers nrc ensulred Moderate
Rlutes and a strict atlh~eraneit- to the UOe Price
.an. 6, 1852. l..tf
MUIISIC, MUSICAL INSTRtiUENTS
King street, Sign of the lIyre,
Charleston, S. C.
SAMUEL C, DNUN,
WHIOLESA LE CLOTHING
Olsarle'tonl, t1. C.
March ist. 1852i 19-tf
BY 1U. L. BUTTERFIELD.
M'eetiuag-St., Charlest~on , S. C
September 16, 1831 47-tf
W, A, KENT & MITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
ES8 T A B L I SHLM E NT,
No. 268 I iung-str-ect, col-ner ot
Wenitworth,, ChlaleSton, S. C
Puirchasers wiil find( a.t all timeiLs a fiill
and conlekte stock of Gent's.
WV. A. KENT. G. It. aIITCHIELL
Mllanauuactory 1 13 Wasluangtona
, torc N. Y.
May 1949 20Otf
OFFERS for sale, for cash, or an approved orei
and WELL ELZCTED amsortment of EAST INDIA
D ru g a a n d
FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERIC
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, PAINTS A
TRUSSES, (ALL KINDS) VARNISl
PESSARIES, " " DYE STUI
DRUGGISTS LABELS, BRONZES
" GLASS WARE, BRUSHES
PATENT MEDICINES, WINDOW C
TinomrsoNIAN MEDICINES, LAMP AND
SHAKERS' HERS & RoOTS, SOLAR, LAI
GARDEN SEEDS, SrzaRT GAI
COMPRISING THE STOCK OF
Agent for the
PA TENT AND FA.
April 6th, 1852.
Through Fare from Charles
TON TO BALTIMORE $17.50;
TO PIULADELPHIA $19;
ANJI To) NEW-YORK $20.
THE GREAI' MAIL ROUTE FROM
CIIARLES'TON, S. C,
LEAVING the Wharf at the foot ot
Laurens-st. daily at 3, p. n. after the
arrival of the Southern cars, via WIL.
MINGTON, N. C., from which point
two daily trams are dispatched at 8 A. M.;
and 2 'P. '3.; thc8 o'clock only connecting at
Weldon with the lines to Petersburg,
Richmnond, Washington, Baltimore, Ph ila
delphia, and New-York. The public'is
respectfilly informed that the steamers of
th-se lines, are in first rate condition, and
are navigated by well known and ex.
periencerl commanders; the Rail Roads
are in fine order, (the Wilmington
and Weldon, as well as the Seaboard
%and Ro'noke havin recently been relaid
with heavy Trail) thereby securing both
safety and despatch. By these routes
passengers availing themselves of the
FIRET TRAIN may reach Baltiniore in
41) hours. 'hilnlelphia in 45 hours, and
New York in 50 1-2 hours; and by the
SECOND TRAIN they arrive in Bal
timor: in to hours, Philadelphia in 50
hours, and New-York in 61 1-9. hours.
'I'hrotigh tickets can alone he had from
E. WINSLOW, Agent of the Wilmington
anii Raleigh Rail Road Company. at the
oflice of the. Coipany, loot of LUnirents
strme, Charleston, S. C., to whom please
Alarch 2.9, 18952. 22-tf
Improved Cotton Gins,
Tlhainkfil for past favours tho subseriber wi'h.
es to inforam the ptblic that he still Imiarnifac.
tures Cotton Gins at his establishment in State.
burg, on the most improved and approved plan.
which ie thinks that the cotton ginned oi one
of those gins of fbe late improvement is worth
at least It quarter of a cent more than the cot
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. lie also man
tactures them on the moast simple constrrction,
of the finest finish and of the best materials; to
wit, Steel Saws and Steel Plated Ribs Case
hardened which he will sell for 92 per Saw.
lie also repairs old gins and pots them in com
plete order at the shortest notice. All orders for
Gins wi)l be promptly and punctually attended
to- WILLIAM ELLISON.
Stateburg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17, - 26-.
AT TIlE OLD STAND OF B. & J. OILDERT.
S.& E.M. G ILIBE RT
continue the CARRIAGS
BUSINESS at the above
st and-No. 35 and 40 Weontworth-street,
Charlestnn-whero they will be pleased to
exhibit to their old friends and customers
a very extensive Stock of Vehicles, corn.
pri~winmg those of their own manufactture,
together with various other styles usually
found in this omrket. Their long acquaint
ance with this imarkeot as manufneturers
and dealers will eniale them to of~er great
mducemcrents to purchasers both in styles
August :24, 1 85-. 44-tf
CA BINE priWAREROOGM.
F. ft. ANDRIEWS
TPAK ES this method ol
informimiu the citizenis of
Sumiterville and vicinity that
he has openmed in Sumterville, opposite the new
P'rest 'teriani Church, a C A IN ET WVA R E.
ItOO. where lie will keep for sale, cheap, all
such furnaitire a,, conmes under this department
of lhis tradewhlichi lhe will warrant of good
material ;and wvill furnjish for cash, at Charles.
ton prices, alt descriptions of Furniture made.
lIepairing executedl at the shortest notice.
Moh toganiy and plain Coffins furnished with
Hacving procuiredl the services of Mr. C. WV.
D)A vs, he is prepared to fernish Metallic P'lates
enigraved ini any style.
All the suibsraber asks is a fair trial, and
hopes by puiictual attention to business and
easy terms, to, merit public patronage.
tiruary 17, 1852. 17-ly
For Wright's Bluff, lYlur
RlAY'S FERRYfl, AND) ALL
-ana The steamer DF.KALl,
. Urisos~ miaster, wvill leave
- Charlston as above, about
thme 5th of Outober. For Freight arrange.
mients applly toi Captain on llarl, or to
O'NEIL, HILL & KENNEDY.
ST Wa~tchmian copy.
Sept 27, 1853. -49
,-. TIlE subscr.ber would respect.
nfully mnformi his ol friends and the
Spublic genernlly, that his Hontel so
long known as the "SUMlTER HOUSE,"
is again openoed Irom date, for the recep
tioni oh v'isitors.
The interinal arrangements wvill unodergo
a thorough repair, with as little delay s8
possible, atil lie trusts that his attention to
the comfort of his gtuests, will merit a eh tre
'of pubilic pat roniage. The suibscriber has
also taken chargo of the BILLIARD T[A
ILE, and intenids fitting tip the room with
neatnecss, ar~d will furnish it wirh all the
neocessaries andl coniveniences that lovers
of the eport can require.
Mlarch 8th, 1853 19-tf
ByThomas O'Connor, ro
Jutreceived per Rtail Road, a choice selec
ioofCigars anid Tobacco, Cordials, Pe
serves of all descriptions, Jellys &c. Also a
compilate assortment of GrocerIes, which ha
guarantees to sell as low as they can be ob.
tainedl froim Charleston for.
Fe b. 1, 1853 14-t f
Th le subscriber has made arrangemnents for
the manufacture of from Four to Five Thousand
pairs of the above article by the FALL. For
reference as to quality,'he would respectfully
refer pers~ons who may be dIspose .1 to purchase
of him, to those who patronized him last year
As to prIce, he Will guarantee them as low as
een be aftbided,
)1sag2 S J. MORG A
lit, AT THE LOWEST 'MARKT PICEss a jar
31EoITERRANEAN and EuitrZAu
'AN CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS
ND' OILS, SPICES,
FS, FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
LASs NAIL AND '1FOOTn-BaRuI5Z,
WICKs, CosaS AND HAIR BRUSHES
LD AND SPERt OILS, FANCY SoArs,
I AND CAIeIIRE, &C. &C.
I Liver Oil.
bth every article
A DRUGGIST OR PHYSICIAN.
IL Y MEDICINES.
WlWtever concerns the health and happiness
of a people is at all times of the most valuable
importance. I take it for granted that every
p eon will do all in their po' er, to save the lives
of their children, and that every person will en
deavor to promote their own health at all sacri
fices. I feel itto be my duty to solemnly assure
you that WoRMS, according to the opinion of
the most celebrated Physicians, are the primary
causes of a large majority of diseases to which
children and adults are liable - if you have an
appetite continually changeable from one kind
o food to another, Bad Breath, Pain in the Sto
mach, Picking at the Nose, Hardness and Full
ness of the Belly, I)ry Cough, Slow Fever,
Pulse Irregular-emember that all these denote
Woars, & you should at once appl y the remed y
IHeobcamqnk.- Woram Syrup.,
An article founded upon Scientific Principles,
compounded with purely vegetable substances,
being perfectly safe when taken, and can be
given to the most tender Infant with decided
beneficial efect, where Bowel Complaints and
Diarrhaa have made them weak and debilitated
the Tunic properties of my Worm Syru p are
such, that it stands without an equal itn the cata
logue of medicines, in giving tone and strength
to the Stomach, which makes it an Infallable
remedy for those afflicted with Dy sia, the
astonishing cures performed by this rup after
Physicians have faile i, is the best evidence ofits
superior efficacy over all others.
This is the most dificult Worm to destroy of
ill that infest the hutnan system, it grows to an
almost indefinite leng h becoming so coiled and
fastened to the Intestines an:1 Stomach effecting
the health so sadly as to cause St. Vitus Dance,
Fits, &c., that itose afflicted seldom if ever
nspect that it is Tape Worm hastening them to
au early grave. In order to destroy this Worm, a
very energetic treatment must be pursued, it
would therefore be proper to take 6 to S of my
Liver Pills so as to remove all obstructions, that
the Worm Syrup may act direct upon the Worm,
which must be taken in loses of 2 Tablespoon
fuls 3 times a day, tho6a directions followed
have never been klown to fiail in curing the
must obstinate case of Tape l'urn.
H1ohenrsickNo Liver Pill%.
No part of the system is niore liable to disease
than the LIV ER, it serving as a filterer to puri
fy the bluod, or giving the proper secration to
the bile ; so that any wrong action of the Liver
eilects the other sniportatit parts of the system,
and results variously, in Liver Complaint,
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c. Ve should therefore
watch every symptom that might indicate a
wrong action of the Liver. These Pills being
composed of RooTs and PLANTS furnished by
ustare to heal the sick: Namely, lat. An Er.
PEcyonANr, which augne.ts the secretion'from
the Pulmonary mucus membrane, or promotes
the discharge Of secreted matter. .2nd, An A.
RENATIVE, whkhih 'ch 8g s in adme inexplima
ble and in sensiblemanner the certain morbid.
action of thi system. 3rd, A Toxic, which
gives tone and strength to the nervous system,
renewving healhh anti vigor to all parts of the
bodiy. 4th, A CA TJIARTI, which acts in per
fect hianmony with the other ingredie-nts, and
operatmng on the ilowvels, and expelling the
whole mass of corrupt and vitiated matter, and
pturifying thme Blood, which destroys disea,. and
.You will find these l'ills an invaluable medi
cinem inauny comp~luints to wvhich you are sub
ject. In obstruc*tionseiihecr total or partiah,they
have been fotund of inestitmable benefit, restoring
their functional arrangemnents to a healthy ac
tion, purlt'ying the hfood and other fluids so
effectually to put to flight all complaints which
may arise from female irregularsties, as head
ache, giddiness, dimness ol sight, pain in the
side, hack, &c.
None getnuinennless signed J.N. HODnNsacK,
all others being base Imitation.
tar' A gents wvishing new suppliet, and Store
Keepers desirous of becomning Agents muist adl
dress the Proprietor, J. N. HOBENSACIK,
For sale by a; I Druggists and Merchants in
the U. 8.
P. M. Cour~y, Charleston, Wholesale Agent
for the State.
August 10th, 1852 4e-ly
The Corn Exchange,
By Thlomias .
O'C0N NO R,
Whlo keeps contantttly on hand a lot of
DOMESTIl'CS at tue lowest raites. GRO0
CEIEW at Ch'irlestont prices for cash
Baicon, Lard, Hamiis. lBut ter and a large sup
ly of the host CIGARS and TOIBACCO
which he will sell cheaper than ntuy mcer
chant in town, also just received 40 barrels
North Ca rohita ilour.
D. J, WINN,
hias just received from Baltimore and New
York, a large and well selected stock of
Broadcloths, Cassiianeres and
the fitwet andl besut that has ever been brought
to this market.
Ready made Clothing for Gent.' and Youths,
ofevery qulity and description. llaving se
lected the Good s, and had thesm made up to or
ur, he can warrant the work.
Every description and quality of Gloves; Dress
hats madhe up to order; Caps, Silk Cravats,
Silk Pocket HandkerchIefs and Neck Ties,
Linen Shirts, do. Collars, Merino Undershirts,
doa. Drawera, with every article that is wvorn by
gentlemen, wyhich he offeirs on reasoniable term,
and solicits a call from his old customcers, and
the citiz-ns of the District generally.
Stumtervllec. Nov. 1th, 152 3-tt
FISK'S M ETA L iC CO FF1 NS of all
sizes, constantly on hatnd andI for atle
by IlUUDSON & IURO'lER,
Opp. Temporance II.ll Suterville.
ROBERT WV. ANT)REWS notofles the
citizens of this, andI the adjoining Distriets,
that he lias remioved his Stables nenr the D..
pot of the Wt?. & M. R. Rload, where hemi ready
at eli times to take charga of diseased Horse.
for a moderate charge-;In all eases whete there
is no cure no pay wll~ be. expootesd. lie also
contines to tak s . Passengers. to cnd fikomTh
Depot,'and e'xpet;shorI ' teceive
Omnibs, a s i
OR, .GASTRE A4
'repa"tl from RENNET, Or tiltw)
of the 0a, -ifter directions ofp .....
great Physitlogical Chemt,1
roN M D., Philadelphia,
This is a truly wondeifdl rame~r4 Z
tion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, ir
Constipation, and Debil yC
ture's own method,by N yres's
gg' Half a teaspoonful of
in water, Iwill digest or disoe,
of Reast Beef, in about two hou
Pepsin is the chief element, or1.
ing I rinciple of the Gastric Juice-the
of the Food, the Purifying, -Presri
Stimulating Agent of' the *tom
tines. It is extracted from the-Diget'
ach of the Ox, thus furming a at
tive Fluid. precisely like the.nsAUrt4,Gja1
Juice in itn Chemical powers, and gi 100
Complete and Perfect Subtitute Forils.
ald of this preparation, the pains q
indigestion and Dyspepuia are remove
they would be by a healthy
inr wonders for Dyhepsics, cuingc
bil'ity, Einaeition, ervous Declindfeandlie
peptil Consumpton, supposed 'to ben t"&
ofthe gmrve ofthe ClInti i Ev4d
which iat is based, is in the highast d *
af they worave in thehuntil Eidc .
ous and itenmarkat. -"~
bCIE&NTlIFit EVIDENCE I~
Baron Liebig is his celebrated wiok
mal Chemistry, says: "An artificialP s
Fluid, analogous to the Gastric Juice t
readily prepared froni the mucous mr
the stotach of the Calf, in thieflri
Jes of food, as meat and eggs, wil be e
changed and digested, just i the same-rn
as they would be in the human utoiniW.
Dr. Combe, in his valuablewitig
" Physiology of Digestion,'obiseyvs tha X
diminution of the due quantity ot
Juice is a prominent and all. ilinb
Dyspepsia;" and he states tlmatA I
professor of medicine ini Liimndn i~
verely afflicted with this comi id'Y
every thing ,-dso to fall,- fn
Gastric Juice, obtained tromn tihe i b l W
living animals, which proved e 11t "
Professor Dunglison, of the Jefferso
Philadelphia, in-bis great vork on Hiiaa nP
siology. devotes more than fifty pages to N-3-,
amination of this subject. lisexperin.
with Dr. Beaumont, on the Gai-i-ule
tained from the living humantounah.
from animals, are weIl known. ":1ni -
he tsays, " digestion occurred asperfeat) in
artificial as in the natural di gstio
Dr.John W. Draper, Professor of. i
in tim Medical Colleg of the
New York, in his "Text Book
page 386, says,: " It has been aqu
ti.er artificial digestion could be1,ii(4
it is now universally admitted At
Dr. Carpenter's standard work -
which is in the library of everyph"
is umed as a Tort Book in all "th&.
ulli of evidence- similar -tthe. "r
:pectng the remarkable Digestive powvvr ',
sin. and the fact that it may i' beieadiiy'
Uid from the stomachof the calf i a
for experiments in Artificial. Digis
remedy for diseases of the Stomah;'a d9.
cient secretion of G astric Juiced. V<'R ~ 4
Ltijy Call on the Agent and get a'
Circular, grat is, giyang a large naotno, '
with ieports of RlemarkabletCuniif,' ro
parts of the United States. . "9:4
A8 A DV ~SP'Et'SA .CUR~
Dr. kHoughton's Pmers fis
most marvuellous effeicts, in curn e"- f 2~m
bility, Emaciation, -Nervous Dec leejand Ds 4
pieptac Consumption. It is impossible ~og
the details of cases in the limits of thi
tisementr but, authenticated certificatiaviu. fih
been given of mare thian TwolHutidred
ebbe Cures, in Philadelphia, New Yr~n;:~'~,ii
Boston niune. These were ntearly all eerj,
cases, and the cures were not only ip
wvonderful, but permanent.:
It is a great Nervous Antidote, andpstcsr. ?4
ly useful for tendency to B~illous disner
Uomiphaint, Fever and Aguie, and the E
of Qninine, Mercury, and other drngs sp
Digestive Organs, after a long sickness, a
for excess in eating, and'thte too free use oll
dent spitits. it ahmost reconciles HIaaltivti .a
OWI) sTOMACH COMPLAI&
There is no form of Old btomnach Comn
which it does not seem to reach trid
once. N\omatter how bad they may be, x
inastanit relief! A single dose remaA,
unplaant sympt omsi; and it only i
repeated fur a short thne to makt
etfects peranment. Putritj of"
of B~ody follow at once. It is
lent in cases -of Nausei, V omitinip CliA7n
Soreness of tihe pit of time Stomacit, ditig
'eating, low, cold state of the BloodIloeviniess
L.owness of Spirits, Despondency dmaclion~
Weiakneiis, tendency to hnmanity, 'Suicdi ,c.
Dr. Jioughton's Pepsin, Is mold Efvis1 l
the dealers mn fine drugsand Popular Medic
throughout the United States. ltis n a-'i
Powvder and in Fluid form-and Iha drip~tiui ~"
vials for the misc of P'hysicians..-'
Private Circulars for the'use etyiiffaneps
may be obtained of Dr. Hoghe
describing the whole process of
giving tho authmoritieis upon wihcht.r
this niew remedy are based. As it it
remedy, no objier tion can be raised sgj~
use by Physicians in respectable statnt .ts
regula r practice. Price, One Dellr perb.l "
3 D~OsERVE~ TtilS!-Eery- bottle69 te4
genuine PEPSIN hears the wAritten sgature.4~
J. S. IiH otanTon, Ml. D., soile PropiritorPlhlv
adelphia, Pa. Copy-right and TIrade Markse ,.
Eg Sold by all Druggists and tt '
MediCines. -~ 4.
.For sale in Sutetrille b y%7d RN~
ILLERll & BRITTIQ'lf7K '
December 16, 1851.8.I
S UMT.E1 RILLE,5.1C"
,, ~ TIlE stbscribcr wouldi'renp
n fully iniformi his patronsaand ~ -
pu blie general ly, titit iniia d tI
prepared ton amcetmmomdatb'al"&dh ,~
him a call, at ther old etand,.atro n
rates, liis serva;nts are activo upa~
tive, his table shalh be wtell suppIew
the best the market will alrgifrh.n4
domestic arramngementa oti
mment shanll be orderly3 e io ~ '
pectfully *m~licita a BbWieef ~
Ma rch 22, 1853
tho attbscribepr tlns a rpt
-now reccir tgg itl14Y '~