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-t vff at quite,
061 a beaul
~2~~p~d scare you so:
- botloom. iround her,
r a d oyus Spring,
ituii birds vere'warbling,
16it I' with them sing:
Thiyould like to rnarry,
13Icould only find,
t ettyittle desry,
- i iule'd to my mind.
y e-sweet Years than she;
- pWas matchless, lovely!
orn. was round and slender,
1e'r . bosom snowy white,
hir in glossy ringlets,
e fieyes vere sparklngly bright,
rs was spotless moslii,
rge ,with nic t care,
yt 'of glowing ?jowers,
)rcled her (lark I - ir;
iwas witchig music,
- t chained me while Fhe toIlked,
feeso small and preiy,
cyoiQred hw she'walked:
a-I she, 1, 1 like to marry,
' fIcoull only find
r * ity fitie dearie,
sut suited toiny inind. -;i
nd that aIl .xould marry
toth mai to
k it ot all f(ly,
a vou gro often told:
m an qfcient maiden,
f an uncertain age,
But she had almost fretted
" ier lfour on the stage;
re i as wrapped in wrinkles,
T !'Her cheeks were plastered red,
-I r teeth were few and broken,
Her hair had left her head:
-lere; then, thought I, is wisdom,
le'r early dreams are flown,
io she is contented
olive and die alone;
Said she, I'd like to marry,
If I-could only find,
Lord! juist anybody
-A mran of any kind.
n T was cold-hearted,
jeered at married life;
ButnoV gcxl nature conquered
.I 4.nged-.o.have a wife,
sdo thesdiarming widow,
now yny hand and heart;
Ste three dears and another
e tis a haondseme start:
Ad ~e are very happy,
' ~j~'' My ose is true anid kind:
Oh yes I've fournd a dearie,
Just suited to my mind,
~Ad now ye pretty maidens,
-Yung men andi lovers true,
~ d~elyou: whlat I'm thinkinig,
h'~o ad all better do:
r ~ ~ Wtink you'd better marry,
fyou enn~ renly find,
A pretty Jittje de:arie,
- Just suited to yout' mindl.
CoURT ESY.-TMNK Om 'fIL.11 he
wer of diffusing happiness is not
9'eulusive power of the rich. All
osilpable of it. The poorest man
~nheer mc by his affection, or dis
hegh ins ba .or contempt.
vey a1nis dependent on another.
Ape~6of1 ehect, even from the
iis ar(d ost contemptible of men,
~ti ' .rnfll the serenity of my
appnese, and a civil attention eve~n
?6the humblest of our hand, ear
me racious and e'xhilarating ini
d ~ie along with it.
Ii me never hear, then, that the
ioor'd ave nothing in their p)ower.
~heybve it in their power to give
he4~lild kind or obliging-expres
&They have it in their power.
oolir withhold the smiles of af
nanid sincerity of tender at
chet Let not the humble -r
gaif pveny be disregarded.J le
,~"i~sentiofnt knows how to val
i them, he prss them the best
d'qs of beneficence. They lighten
wreary anxieties o~f this world, and
auryhim on with a chiorful heart to
% henrd of the journey.
_ Ort Drnma11, ini Twvo cene(s.
.First ,Scene-Millionmaire Aeated
~nthis easy~ chair. 'By him stah la '
orman, in a supplicating attitu .
Millionaire : Ahem ! very ,sorr
:young friend, that I can dc'Aoth
Siifor you. But I can give you a
od 'of idvice-conomise.
or man.2 But when a man has
1ctii~o do- -
iMllionaire:. Nonsense ! Under
tarn circumstances, a man must
bowt to saved -*
Seod Scene-The Millionaire is
rfiig in, a. pond, thie poor man
liiy regarding him from the shore.
"Pooramnan t Sorry, my friend, that
"n ,~thing .for you. But I
Sa word of advicc--awim!
9Xk es&eUn4er cer:
r niadsiro 'toenjoilte eo
resentatives 5f . hil F rofessions,
e press, the stage, th id br (a great
mary of. the ldter) make it their
taly place ofr:-deavoti, and there
is but little of floating information.
gossipi :- scandal which -does not
here flud'its "well posted' commen
Seated i it a few evenings since,
in company with several gentlemen,
we wero discussimg the pernicious cf.
feets of the spiritual rapping mania,
and one of the party, having volun.
teered an elucidation of the means
by which the raps were produced,
was about proceeding to experimen.
talise, wheni he was interrupted by a
remark from a most singular looking
type of humanity, whose presence,
in the excitement of oii controversy
we had overlooked. Ile was verv
tall and thin, had on a pair of huge,
green spectacles, and wore his hat, a
veritable antique, perched on the
back of his head, in a most danger.
ous state of equi!ibrum (as he after
wards told us, purposely so worn to
display the amplitude of his phreno.
logical development;) his surtout of
indescribable huo was close!y button
ed, a la militaire, and a pair of di
lapidated continuatons, firmly Casten
ed with leather straps to a well worn
pair of ventillating boots, completed
"Calling spirits from the vast,
deep, eh? Don't believe in the doc
trine?-fact though -been a medium
myself. Bad business now-a-days
can't make salt out of it-never
practice unless for pleasure-happy
to make a convert of you- matter of
duty--convince the unbeleivin
send you to do likewise-fact."
All this spoken with great volubili
ty, was more especially addressed to
your friend "Frank" (the previous
explainer,) who, absolutely speech.
loss with astonishment at the mai's
effrontery, was gazing at him with
Without waiting for an answer, he
replied in the same strain :
"IHesitating, ch? Banish doubt
fact is overpowering-can do it in an
instant--put you in immediate com
munication--won't refuse too respec
table. Answer certain. Table rick
etty--won't do--come to the coun
ter--much better -- steady--more
- Desirous to see the continuation
of the scene, 11 rank accompanied him
as desired, the remainder of us fol
lowing and ranging ourselves in a
circle with our hats off, as "more sol
emnn." T1h~e next order, of course,
was that Fred should r-ap, which lhe
did most emplhatically. when up rush
ed a bartender, who had been en
gagedl at the other end, with:
"-What would you please to hav'e
When in chimed our friend in tihe
"Told yonm so--xcllent medium
knew IL at once-anuswer- certaiin. liran
dy and wvater all round."
"Sold by .Jesse."
TIhe "'corn"' was. aidmiitted, thec liciuor
dipnsd and "-Jeren-C~iy" No). 2 left
"Gzood night., genmts---eal a:gain -
pleasedc to) see von -ple'asanit conupanmy
-l-e-bye," and with a jaunity mo've.
e-nt, of hisi trii hat, 'and1 f i ond
sc-endinug wvave of' t he hand, lhe took his
depar-turie. ap pa rently perfectily s;atis
fied w ih himself, the whlole wIorld, anid
the re-st of mankind.-N. J. 1Salcem.
NO-r so St~ow.--Ther-e is a ro
gressive chapi around Philadelphia,
who lives by his wits, and from their
quality, we guess he won't starve
soon. On a m ainy day, lhe goes
ioldly into a '~ar-roo~m, or barber-'s
shop, amid seizir g upon the fir-st umn
brella handy, ho v-ery angrily says:
'Ah ! found it. D-pretty note,
to go andt steal a man's umbrella ini
.Lhe say !"' and awaybgos
T'ohrday hemarchied up toa
gentleman in Chesnut street, and
gx~abbing at the umrn-ella in his hand,
'-ThIia t's mimie, sir ; where didi you
get it ?"
"I beg pardon," says the man,
"it was loaned. to me to-day hy amn
acquaintance. If it is yours, take
"Mine? Of' course it is, sir- !"sa ys
Diddler, and lie took it. Hle'll do.
.ToM-u--bought a gallen of
Otar-d last week to take home, and
)y way of' a label wi-ote his name upj.
.0 , card, which happened to be the
sev of clubs, and tied it ti' the
handi. Alderman C-,coming
along, wid observing -the jug, qjuiet
"Tha'sgawvful careless way to
have that~ ligj'or."
"WVhy so?" hel; Tom.
"Why? Be caumse- somebody might
come along with thce9gight spot and
A spir-it r-apper in Iowa~ gays that
Dr'. Fi-anklin has opened a scirceus,.
Voltaire acting as ticket-seller.
Jeems says that the qum:est p~jy
~reaelj tko"Bat4of war,".is to p '
.le brokea la rt a4n 'wti y
siessand ailomnrts, .dep vntteln aitsemieo~ r
Tuo y ent of lire at in ags-1ed en .i t y
iAn o h u of her ufermigs s. ., es
V 1 ia0e1re T Ita' dprell; A~lbood. or the first yetrs of
serl 4 were IneIed.-61 g W oight"a to p14" nano iuiced.
IN ATEn E Ang,
When too Jle to be beniefittet by our kiowledte. we look
mack and Mnouru, and Ieumet the full cousequence&so Gag
What would we not often gse to possesi in' early life
the knowledgeo-we obtasn in aner years ! And alIat days
Ind glis r ahguish "e might not have been sared. i
,e knowlcdge was timely posteesed. It Is
MIELANCIIOLY AND STARTIANG
l'o behold tihe sickness and sufferiug endured by nsm s
mivfe formnan:ears from causes Simple iad ctulmllable.
asily remedlf-or better still.-unot Weacarred, i(every
WIVIE AND 1lIyiEIL
ose thse4te information contained in a little volume.
i i e reach of all) wihich would spare to herself.
YEARS OF DIUSERY,
koad to haer husband1 the constAtit toil and anxiety or mind.
kecessarily tlevol''"g "''""him from sick,,esa ofthie IV ret
vitoig ii~im eopotti)pfacmitmiriu thiat coi.
leteisme ltic I is eacrteiu ate entitled asd ie cinsmis
io, of which would secure the bappluess of iself,
,vife. amid children.
5ECUIC TIHE DIEANS OF IIAPPINEASS
3y becosimng in time possessed of the knowledge, the
, dain of which ha caused the sickness and poverty of
lon viev of such conseiquences no wife or motlher is
urtisalle if sie neglect to avai herself of that know.
edge.in respect to herself. which would alse her mnet,
lbatim . c means sif arimieis ouitirosterty to hner
Inibm ml ~m Inmfer otsm tier clilmeiers that blesinug atm,,.o
3i price-healthy .bodies. will% healthy minds. That
moirledge is contained iml a little voik entitled
TWElr MAW53IEE1 W@52AS3@
Private Medical Companion.
BY Dit. A. M. DIAURICEAU,
Silors:sno or DaisLaKS or iitN.
7ne Imuudreth EMitlon. tmo , pp. 2mO. Price So Cenats.
[om riim rarER, XZTRA AItDINGi, $1 00.)
First publilmed iii 1847, and it is inot
SURIIRZINO OL WONDEIX1FUL,
E'ossatlerltst flant EVERTY FEMAI.E,
WilE'i'itz AIItII.:D OIL NOT, costa
ere acesis-o a frull kanowletige of Use
ant tare, chsaract er s mmsi ca sases of ier cotor
oinitsa, twitI te various aymiistltns, stai
HIAL1F A 11IL1ION COPIES
1ould have been sold.
It is imiracticable to convey fully the various misujecis
rested or, as th, e are mf a nature strictly intended io
he marriemt. or those conernplating mrriasr. but in
emtie desnus of eunvying health. and that beauty, COW
equemit nmsoni tihat. wlich is so conducive to twr owm
apiness. amid tlAai of her husib.nt. biut either has mr %% ill
lbtaiU it. e 1as Or will every hushanmd wlo has the i, e
mud affection of his wife at heart, or that or.hiii own 1'e.
UPWAIDS OF ONR INIUNDREDTIlOU
S AND ,011,11r
livte been SENT BlY lAIL. wiit!i the last ew
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
JEM NOT DEFRAUDEDt
limy tin book unless "Dr. A. M. Mauriceaiu,129
Libmrty Street, N. Y.'' is on tho title page, anl tho
intry In tMe Clerk's OMeo on the back of the title
pa nt u buy mly of respectable and honorable
Ienltra, or aeit by malt, and address to Dr. A. M.
iituriceau, as tihere are spurious and surreptitious
nfrimigements of copy-right.
LET EVElY WIFEC AND IIUSUAND
o exessee for Ignioraice, telsess Ignoraisce
Is Mitsery to those we hold sear amid
dear. astei wlsewi to ettepsl our Igisortsce
Is %vliasa otar reaca.
To nible overy one to decide upon the indis.
wnratemlm nereeity of possessing a copy, and that no
Wift, tor mother need remain uninformed upon the
miany causos, which, aooner or later, are destited to
nake fearftul ravages upon her health, unless guarded
tcaluist. and that no considerate ani affectionate
miabanml have cause to upbraid himself with neglect
if tire welfaro of his wife-a pamphlet of thirty-ix
;ages, contai ning JhU 1le-page and Iniads of Cbn
ents, together with eztracts from the book, will be
pit .ra of charge to any part of the United States,
>y sldressing, poet-paid, as hereIn.
Whoemn KowledelKe o lappIness, 992s cul
pable to be Igisorant.
CW""On -reuelpL of One Dller- (for the flnemll.
ion. extra bltodin.) "TilE MARRIED WOMAN'S
?RIVATE MED CAL COMIPANION" ha sent (mau.
d free) to any pnrl of the United States. Alt let
ers mst be post-paId. and addrossed to Dr. A. M.
uIATRICEAU Box 194, New York City. PublIl
tag Office, No. 29 Liberty Street, New Yor.
Forl .sale by -'
ROBINSON &. CART.ISLEF,
l:imbummrg, S. (C.
In New Yo'irk Citv, by,
Sitringer & Tm wm.'en'i, Adiratnce, Shier
mian&m (mm.. I ewitt &R Davenport, fl:trmm &
oi. Oilice, 129 Liberty Street, neCar
Gilay lit h, 1%53 T -
China, Glass And
H. E. NICH OLS,
COLUMIA, S3. C.
.\ S jim t re'eiv ed dirtect frmm thle mmnn-i
hmd [my ecen'tt vesse~kls rml the Noti ai
'ery cotmple'te antd var ied asortiment of~ theti
ibmove nta medl GOI M, cm iprisinge a Il the
itw paitterns~t~ atid shap~es;ao' he
ire besit .,ammn
WillTE'F GRCANI or S O E A E
Chima finiisht a sup~eriomr article;
31tre atnd other Colored W\are, of new
reatcih ana Enigleh~I C:na, new hp,
piinm W iite GoldM antd demcoirated;d
imchI Cittt I h ntr andi Jk: Te-setl, anud
he ituiul'mmacy Art~miei in ther bmne ;
uts Soukkd, i and 1'olishied Gl as'sware,
andit Paroimr IiLflmp, at superI~;'r art it'e ;
mXebb's Paitnt OI atnd Lard Lemnitp. a new
article mgivinig great iight andl bt-illantcy;
I 'aI Tays best Table Ctlery andtm Pal
tedI C (at r, Spoonsta, Fmork.s, ~& e.
Imoi.seb. ping im art itcles, in great v'ar'iety
ratesL~ of atfnomrted Wmarecs. ora dlL~.tau'atmd
new~ styles. by Wleimsale;
'ac kages ofTu b lers, Fiatsks, &c., low
by the pamck-age.
Iazving coampilete arrantg hmets fur obtain-.
nig (oir GoodsmI dirc't Iroim th~e tmanufamc
turers weu tcn and w~Iiu filr rare inuc
naemts, either bmy 'Wolesa.-le or' Retail -
Cohntnitbia,~ April 12, 1b3:3 -2 1-t1 I
iE Sutbserim' b ~ hwng iopene'mId ai gro.
'cry undelarteth 'i them Townt tt Ialn, dim osgi'
kee~tpinhg con& atantly on hand~t, a suppmly oit
havdy amrticles~". iuth as
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Flour,
RICI, RUCK WIII;AT, MUOLASSE- ,
(21IEESE, AlA\CK i Ej mI,, S.T ', S(>A.\ >,
CA 'NDL.ES, lm'OTATOES, &c. &c.
lIn fact litltle of ahnmotst everythIin g t hat is
rodt ea, all ofi wvhuich will beL sohml Imow
'or cash, tat itn ('echange for'('i liut ry pro-~
ilue. I Ie promimises~ t)o attend to Iiis' own
butsiniessm antd hopes- bmy at tening stilely
hteretoi, to receive at hera I hatIre fni pa'
relna;;e. .I M. CiIA N il.imlR.
M1archt 1th, 18F3:..-t
Te~m5 sulbscriber linv~ing discomntnued thme Drug
Bunsinesmiol~l evomt' isi whIol tinme to time pra'.
ice of ynodi'entu' Thoso wmisingr his profmerion
ti surv icca wili finid himr at nil ttimes ait his reai
honce in the Vinlge. ELT~~J
2 'SEL T ,3.
. or vartiqulity n'wnesotstyles
ti~d .seapess m.airthe attetiion of ovury
body, some of which we here enumerate
!iioiod dNAtoi Crapo Shawi#. at $5.
8tprflto Cant Crapo Shawls with extra heavy
frHig e'itch' Embroidered. Cant Ci-ap Shawls,
SuperfI Fren h at4 " Berlin -Wool, Reasedale,
Tyneind Bay State, Donible, Four faced and
Lon'g Shawls, of the lieaVient':description. Ifea
vy 10-'iquare Woolen Shawls of the following
styles i Santag, Jenny Lind, Florence and Bays
wliter. Fretch lEbroidered ~Thibet, Iiroheo
worked, .Janiniard loon worked and plain
Thibet Sim Is ii choice variety. Etmhroid red
C:anton. Crapo, BJrcbe 'worked and Paris
printed aMntles and Scarfs.
DR EWS (O ODS.
Plain amd Figured BI.ACK Gto'i Rt.EYN
81.xs, Plain colo'red gro'd Nap tnd larceline
Silks ; Striped tind Plaided Wa1'sh Silks; Plain,
Fignred, Stripil antt Plaid Mous. D'Luiints inl
tie iatest styles and richers dyev. Scotch anid
Eiglish printed tPlitnies of the lnndsomest pa.
troits. Plain Paris 4oo1s. D'Latit-1 in all va
riety of coltors. PEnsC, GEnRlAN ri.d ENO
Lmis t.iixos of the most superior qutilities and
colrs. Fretnct ani English Chintz pitron
Cnieti-s. lest qualties ind tnakes of A menri
cani Prints. Col'd Organdies, French Crat>e
lieso, lartges, Crepe D'paris ilitisionsi, Sik
i11e-1, &c., for evening and littll wear. Also
just received, 132 of beautifully inbroidered
SwTiss 3nslilijt ohe pItron Drlesses, each oto
having a Fiaihion Carn attacied.
B.RJ1I? OIDE RIE S.
xma Ptiper FinJ-:et N tny.r. Ult g.%rgSE-mS
of the richest deseti1ions and fittest quality.
't hies froit :7 -2 to $10 a pitwe.
ltichiest and latest i-tvles Frech needle work
LAcE antd AlustLIN C.OLLAtS in t very large
Suplerb Nsent.r: Eslntoiin I: is
CX~uttnnre llassntien~t tt:r, tlso a supejkrior as
!uortintti of plaitn ditto.
Camnbric till Sws 31Usi.tN FosoNus,
Frti.rs, l1.ixi, lNStn t Ns. &c., (of the bs.t
uprinliie.t utd tie we-st styles of iniported Needle
1IO0YlJ!H R , &c-.
Superfile White, Ilhack al Col'd, WORST-'
l.i) AND) LAMiBS WOOL, Stockings, of.the
best i'aglish utinfituirers.
EIxtri Colored, White ni lihack, En lish
Srt; N t.x Stopkinig. iest ijiil it ies f:ttg.
lish ion. vtN STtociivus, Bilack and Shite
Colored. lletra fie nd hn ly ;alities 1,11.
ported Fretel and linglish suiLK Sroesit,
l'iik andll Whlite. L
Finest qu:alities r:.Nen LrISLE THTFAn sl
Oiia (loked and phiin Stocking-t. Black, si.t le
iih1t ixed Mode Colors and Stiperior qu alii
ti- Whitle English ttuckinigs of ite celebrated
-rom France and Royal Brown, Branls.
in"tra Fin antd heNIvy (utalities of Gentle.
len' UiNr.a StitTs aId lin-tItsof Lamlihs
Wool, Saxotty, Merino nut Stuckintet. Im.
ported, l.AMtES UTn VEs-rs (if 31erino and
Cttnze Latiubts W NoUl. LA Dtt-s ANt GNT.S
G.ovs, of 5ilk, Merino, Kid, Lisle Thread
M il make Silk, Segnu ia. Cottn und other ie
scriptions. 'arge atndt full assortinetnt of GEN.
ri.i:tj:.N: , F.ssutoN.tni: itnm:rs, Cot.t..ins.
CRAVATs, 'Ai l'oe Ir 'iAtiiot:vs,
JIL.ANMstr. I.oiAdott iithil, Lhnflild's and
WN~ilivy lanets r.lss, , Welch. Sls
hury lFrench lerino aid -.ng!is-h liam-els.
Superltt; ltihosseC.1 Cloth andlVictoria Da
:tsk, TAi.T : ANi PIANO CoVeRS.
Ilest uinalities- of lirowi ati White Tanr.t
ll~A~i~sIs, Doylie$, NIMxts, Tow:i.s, ANt
ias[[ L.xt.Ss AND SusI.:TINGS, OF OUn OWN
(o-rrosi G oonS, i kuings. 3-4 -4.1 int 1..I
Ilrowtn Sheetiings, Best tialities of Lonig Cloths,
.Shetings;, Cambricei, Mlilne. Chle, G-ing
ham11s, 6satinlets, Cnq/merefi Vestings, IBro;al
Clot h:, &Ce, &ec
It will be worth Y'dr-whnle to cal1i and ex
2')21 Kinz-st., (Bend) opp.. libe Big Unot.
Char'estoni, Jan. 24, 2:13--tf*
Gantt, Walker & 01,,
1AC'TOt! & COiMtsstoN 'MEI:(CtIANTS.
A CCO.11.!ODl I.V W I~I.||F,
Cil dI,-ION, S. C.
Receive andt; sti CI(otton. C7orn. Floor,
andi iic all t iber ricies of Iaru,2t.:nu, artnl give
personl a tttetniiolt to th Itelt~ection of Fditi
Con1titsiot for seclling Cotton, Fifty
C'ents per unmIe..
JAutlES L. uANTTl. Wullt'IT iEt.D WVArLKEl:.
i-.iiWuAtt t.A NTT.
R.-erenuc--Col. F'. 1. Alo.ucs andu R. C.
Anliunst 2 I, I 65'2. 4 1-Gmt
Ik C. Be cnme,
.1!.E /it ( IA T TA I I; OR.t,
ihlIOAIi-'Vit I. I'-CI Ialtils~TON.
W. J, Jacobi & Son,
Wv. J. J~wti. N AT'tt A NI t:t. J.\CtillI
(stv tE'r 'Ti Suot: E A1:Ot: Et 31 t ET-WirE E'r )
Imsporterts and Dealers in
Foreuign & Domticic Dry)I. (sOO(0'
7. er' tkr 'uttinit-~rs are en.-inredl .iUtlderate
hutes antd a strict udberanzce- io the Unet Price~
Jan. 6, 18.W. I ._t f
MUSIC, 10lIAC0 INSTRULIENTS
Kingr sreet, gn of the byre,
Ch~arle:ton, S. C,
SAMUdEL C, DNUN,
i! Lf E'S.\ L E'(' C T lINXG
A lIJ N Ii'E n
Furnishin;:('t Wareo useS.
WN. : IT &A VM: TCHEL,
IW 11. I L. BUT EN 'LD
FASH ON ABlL
l'Clthing andllit at-Flittingafui
iEA.D T-A i)LB 11 0 N TI
Wen Atc'trth Chrls on, S~cm
lMa sat.cIt ry lJ3VWashinigtoxa
Mu 8e~ etres IV N ~ 9U
~Rft t. Asreil c
RE~NCH,' ENGISIH AND AMERL
8UJLGICAL INSITRUMENTS. PAINTS
TRUSSES, (ALL KINDS) VAIMNS:
P ESSARIHES, - DYE-BTI
DILV(,ASTS LABELS, BRON'4
. e GLASS WVAl1; -; BitUSIf E'
Tin031t*osqIAln Mxr~tclV.a, - L.az, AN
t 1AIC ns' IIE R D & ~IOOTS; SolA R L
GAILvN SEEDS, SPnIT- G
enu e C0o
COMPRISING TIIE STOCK O1
Agent for th
. 1 7'ENT ANJD R
April 6th, 1852.
Through Fare from Charles
TON TO BA LTL3 ORE 817:50;
TO 1'IllLADFELPllA $10;
AND To NEW- YORK .20.
"'llE G(MEAT M1AIL ItOUTE FRtOM
ClARILES'TON, S. C,
LEAVING the Whard at the foot 01
Laurens-st. daily at 3, p. in. after lihe
arrival ot the Southorn cars, via WIL
MINGTON, N. U., frot which point
two daily trains are dispatched at 8 A. Al.;
and 2 1'. M.; the 8 o'clock onl; connecting at
Weldon with the hies to Petersburg,
Richlont, Winisasinglon, niltimore, Phi: sla
delphia, and New-eYork. Tho public is
respectfully inforned that the stezamiers ol
those hiies, are in first r.tle coinlhtion, awl
are navibrated boy well known and ex.
perieced commaiders; hot Rail Roads
are inl fine order, (til \Vihningtont
and Weldon. as well as lie eaboard
and Rounok, havin.r reccitly been relaid
with heavy Trail) thereby securing both
safety and despatch. By these routes
passenuers avating tL.emselves of the
FIT1T'i'. AIN may reach haitimore in
.10 hours. I'hiladelpihla inl 45 hours, and
New York in 50 1-2 houirs; and by the
SECOND 'RAIN they Arrive in Bl
timore in Co hours, Phlailadehlhia in 50
hour.s and New-York in i1 ]-:. hours.
Througli tickets can alone he had from
E. WINl.OW, Agent of the Wilmingtori
amll Raleigli ail itoad Comuipiny. at the
ollice ofi th Company, foot of Laurent
street, Charleston, S. C., to wloin pleasc
M arch 23. 1852. 22-1f
Improved Cotton Gins,
Thanik foil for intss favours the smtocriber wish.
es to iform lie public that lie still inanufac.
utmes COttson ( isi at Ils e.Stsblishm1fientt in State.
luirg, onl the most improved and approved plan,
"hich lie thinks that the cotton ginned on #tne
of those gins taf the late! imsproveient is wort,
at I east a qtrter of a cent more than the cot.
ton ginlned on the ordinary gin. Ile also man
ufnetmeS them (in the most sinpl's construction
of the finest finish and of the best material, ; ta
wit, steel Saws and Steel Plated Ribs Case
hardened which he will sell for 3*2 per Saw.
lie also repairs old gins and puts themn in corn
pletc order at the sliortestinotice. All orders for
Gins will be proniptliandipunctualiattiended
to. . EL ISON.
Statebirg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17, 26
AT TEt: OL) STAND &-a enAER'r
cont inue. i' e~i C hRfid E.
BUSLVESSat the above
stanid--No. 35 and 40 Wentworth.street,
Cha rleto~tn-where thay will be psleased tc
exhisbit to their old f'rie~nds and customers
a very extnsive Stock of Vehicles, conm.
prtsinig thiose of their own mariulacture,
together with -various oilher styles tusutally
fousnd in this market. Tlheir long acqtuaint'
antce with thtis miarkot as matntfacttrers
;snd dealers will enabile thiern to oll'er great
imdnnemets to ptirrchasers both in siyles
August 21, 185--. 4Il-tf
Fi. M. ANDRIEWS
g..'~---..-, TA lGS this mzethod 01
2: info'rmi, thle citizens o.
~~ SiiSumterv ille and vis'inity thai
he has opened in Smnters ill*e,s opposite the news
Presbsyterian Church, a Ca IIINETI WA lti'.
IW003l, 'vyhere lie will keep, for sale, cheap, all
suchI furnsiture ns come,, ssler this departmeni
of Isas tradhe, which, he will warrarat of good
maszteriatl ;andI n ill fsurnish ijir cash, at Charles.
tssi price's, all descritpt ions of Fusrnitusre madne,
lley;.s rimg exicentedh at dhe shortest.10 noti.
)lah ogamny ands plain Collins turnsished with.
ILavingt procuredl hse ser' ices of 3r. C. W
D)~i'ss, lie is prepiared to frn~sish 3etallic Plate,
eru2ra sed in, sisy style.
Al! thse subhsrshe'r asks is a fair trial, ands
houpes by pusrntua a Itte'ntion to) business and.
ena'tterms, Io smerit jmblic patronage.
For Wright's Bluff; MYur
UA-'i'Lrso.. mai~ster, will leave
~~ t~lCharlests n ass abtove, abonut
the 5th of' October. For' Fr':'ght arrang~e.
mneits atpply toi'Ca:sptini on 11sosrd, or to
37 \Vteinnn cop .siye'e's \Vharf
?" T'I'l l stubse: her would respect,
~L fujlly imfoarmu hs old friendes antd the
'guidic generall y, t hat his I lot el s(
long knowii as thle "S.\ MlTERI 110Ut8E,'
is aigatin openeed~( from) (date, for the recep.
tion of' vis: tors.
Th'le initerina I rr mngemnts will ntdergt
a (lhsrough repair, w.vith as little tdelay ss
psossible, and he trusts that his attenitioii t(
thie confti i of his guets, will mci it a sht trt
of public1:1 paronage. Thels sub scriber hasn
al so taken charge of thle IIILLAIA RDt TlA
ULII', ansd inatnds littinig tup the room wtithI
neatnnss, and will l'urnsish it wirth all the
nece'ssarites antI convenienices that lov'er5s
of the sporLtta require.
Marchi 8th, 1853 10-tf
By Thomas O'Connor,
Ju lst receie per liatil floadt, a chice sder
tiuuu of tCig4ars ands Tobacco, C'ordials, P're
serves of sall dlescriptions, Je llt'e. Also
compl~letet assortmsenst at Groceries, nloch hie
guarantees to sell as lows ais thie'y can be oh
tatined from Charleston for.
F~eb. 1, 1853 14-t f
Tihe uscriber luau matde arrangemients fo
the mianufiacture' of fromt Four to Five Thostt
pairs or the ahovo atrticle by thue FALL. 30:
referencue as to qualiuty, hue wertld respeWOl
refer perwsns. who maty hiipoed104fi'~
of, him, to those who pgfronmzed h mr
As to pirice, bts~ dil guatt- tt
eky b aifordgil ' ,'> '
t Eedic A 9Ric$ s
I e d-c' a.-im b
rcAN CHEMicAISbOF A LZo NDS
AND OILS, 7 S PI IS
IFFS -LAVOltING EXNrRAGTS,
GLASS NAL Aso
AIID AND) SPtEaM OtLS, FANcV !70
A:ANZ CAMPeIE, &C. &L4
with every article
A DRUGGIST OR PIIY8I
Whitever concerns the health and ha piness
of a people i at all limnes of the most va lable
importanee. I take it for graited that. every,
p rson will do all in their powt cr, to save the lises
of their children, und that every person will en.
deavor to promote their own he lth at all mscri.
fices. I feel it to be my duty to suleninly assureN
you that Woa.iis, aecording to the opinioi of
the most celebrated l'hy-icians, are the pritary
caunisv of a large majority of diseaset to which
children and autlts are liable; if you have an
uppetito continually changetble 'from one kind
of food to another, Bad Breuth, Pain in the Sto
itach, Picking at the Nose, liardness and Full
ntess of-tho l.ily, Dry Cough, Slow Fevet,
Pulse Irregulidr-renitber that nU hseas denota
w onais, & you should at once apply the remedy
Riobeaa;-ck.N Wti'ium Myruup.
An article founded upon Scientific Principhis,
comtpoumtled vith purely vegeuible substances,
being perfectly safe whien takens, and cals be
giv.s to the most temler iliutnt, with slded
eoneficial efyet, where Bowel Complaints "n
Dirra:a have made then weak and debilitate
tihe Tonic properties of my Worm Syru p a
such, thamt it usands without an equal inl the cata
logue of medicintes, inl giving tone and sitength
to the Stonmaeh, which mastikes it an lnfallablo
remedy for those aillicted n% ith I)ygepsia, the
iLtoislg icures perfirned by this Syrup alter
'hysicians have failed, is tle best evidence ofits
superior eficacy over all others.
tis i. tise miot sltlicult i. Wormn to destroy of
til that. iist, the hitiman systet, it grovs to an
talmssost imdelmnite leng i becosiaing so coiled and
fistenied to the intestines and Stemach elleting
tihe health so sallv as to Caise St. Vitus Dance
Fits, &c., tlat those it filicted 'seldom if ever
ieIwet that it i Tapc Wo'rms hnstening lsem to
am carly grave. Ii order to destroy this Iorm, a
very energetic treatment mtt he puI ued, it
would therefore lie propevr to take 6 to of my
iver l'illa so as to renove all obstructiqns, that
the NVorut Syrup may act lirectt upton th Worm,
wlicI titlst be tlkni in tt doses of 2 Tablespoon
fuls 3 tinies a <day, these directions illowed
hae never been kniwn to fail in curing the
iost obstinate case of Topc Ihk rm.
.lobensctek's Li ver Pi llm.
No part of the systeli is more liable to disease
tima tie LiV ElR, it serviig as a filterer to puri
f- the blool, or giviig the proper secration' to
tfle bile ; so that anty wrung action of the Liver
ellects the other important. irts of the system,
and results variously, in Liver Complauint,
Jaundice, Dyspep.-ia, &e. Wo should therefore
Watch every symptom that itight imicate a
wrong action of the Liver. , These Pills being
cottiiosed- of RooTS and PLANrs furnished hy
utture to heal the sick: Namely, Isr. An Ex.
r ECTOn ANT, which augme,.tm the secretionfrdInt
the Pulmonary muctis membrane, or irolnotes
tle discharge of ecreted matter. ,nd, AnwA,..
NA'vaF, whilchanges. in sonfelinexphi.
hiad.-i-n svisfibem~hnur the certain
given toie and -strengthtdit enervoul a %
renewing health aid vigor totaali padrls
body. 4th, A CA-rataltTc, Which acts i I-I
feet htarmony~ with .tihe other Iigredlients lt
operating Ott the Juowels, andi expelling the
whole mtass of corrupt anud vitiated..umatter, and
pturifyinsg time illood, which destroys disease anti
Yout ni ill fitnd therse P'ills an invahinaltie mei
cisie in imany comnplaintsn to wvhicht you are sth.
ject. in obstruictions either total or partial, they
hatve beent fotnnd ofinestimable benelit, Itestorsint
their futnctionatl arrangemetnts to a healthy ace
tion, purifying the lolod andu oilher ituidao
eflfecitally to put to flighti all coinplaints whieb
omay arise front femltne irreguilarities, as headh
achle, gidldisiess, dimness ol sight, pin ini time
side, back, &c.
Nuone genuine unless signed Ji N. IIonraxsacx,
all others beinig base lsimtiont.
P'R I C ;-JA il 26 (:T'S.
tf? Agents wishintg new stuppuies, and Store
SK eepers desirons of becomnteg Agetnts mnst ad
dress the P'roprietor, .J. N. IIOl'ENSACK,
For sale by all Drniggista andi Merchsants in
the L. S.
P'. .M. Cona N, Chlarleston, Whiolesale Agent
for time Suite.
The Corn Exchange,
Wh Io keep)s contan~tly otn hmand a hot of
DOM ESTIICS att thme lowest rates. G RO)
CE RI ES at Chiarestn prices for cash
lB:mcon, Latrd, Illiams. flntter and at large sup..
lply of thme best CIGARS and TOBACCO
which he will aell chteapjer Itano y tmer.
chant its towni, ah-~o just received 40 barrels
North Carihnta flotur.
D. J. WINN,
!l~ts just rescied frota ltimtore anti Nsew
Y ork, a large arud well sclectidc stko - o
the fhumt- andl i:st itat has ever been brought
to thmis tmarkl.
--A i.so -
Rteady made Clhsinig for Gents' and Youths,
slevery gsnlity andI description. Ilnvinig 5e
I cumd the~ Gsoods, andi bumd them mande tup to or
oar, hto can warrant thie work.
FEvery description and qnality of Gloves; Dress
Iliats made upi to order; Cupls, Silk Cravats,
Silk PockLet llandkerciefs and Neck Trica,
Litnen Shirts, do,. Collars, Merini CUndershmiris,
dio. lDrawers, wvith every artice tht is worn bsy
genstlemsen, whichi lie soitrs oti r-taisnahle terms.
ands solicits a call from his olsd cuistonmers, and
lt citiz-:nlis of the Distr'wt genmerally.
Sumntervile, Nov. 15hi,1j82 3-ti'
s-.izes, consltanitly i on ,handc andl fosr sn~c
lby HIUDSON & IROI IER,
Opp. T'emperrsunco~I bdutnterv ille.
ROBl TI Wif4'ANiftEWVS nrsothes tie
citizenSsiof thiis,,-i 11ho adjomsiing Dstrricte*
that he has rcjgnrvedl his.Stables near the l0s.
pot, of tihi \ : & M. 1i. itoad, whlere he ir, retidj
at dlt| 1s~ to taktecharge of diaeds Hlorie
~rai'tsrate charg ;int affyae~i't er her
4 crao ptiyi.j - peou.te 6'tihc
Lu ies ie tatkjs a, p t asl i j~
i~ii p~I ~csstL'~~iI1I' tt e~od~
6f the. 0-t, ftoirdl
great Pb) solo I 1k t~Jh
TO N, Ali *D, 11j, kist'
'Tis n a ,trul y ivobitrdi u
Conrtlpaiiun, anid Ierl
Itire's own niedrod,bVy Nau
Ei Ha1Llf li teaspoon~ru
iiater, will digest ori r ~lM
ok aat lecfi in aboujt trrn.%Y
6~ri i le chief elertiunt I
lgIrni *Of dil Gait:ic.Jd
of l,. Fr.jpd, -tIre P1uriIfrilgb)r
Stimnulating Agenlt 01of MO.'l
tinlen, ltisi etracirted froint "I'",
rich of, tile oz"trus 111rrniniri
live JIid. *prcvmscly~ lilki
Ior lge ati Perfect-6 bhtt o
I irdigetti fill-pird.
t iey %% ould Li j., W ,.iyat
wnesfur*Iyi epdti 6rk
PCpr (ns urpiolr,.mujpdi o -A
of~~~rl tiegfe i cietill- a
hihit is Iac lIiidihi
ous arid ihirriiaale. -
ilaroajUebig in isi c~lerit dz
Malt clfilvistry, says ,'nriJ
rendly Iirepatvd from tbthei, '41
t0re rtoirraoti oif tile Calf jidl- l Vi
Juitw it; a piominciitarr~d b ir6'
Dysrpepsia;" arid lire statetlraM '
lirolest~or of ielcre:u d r
Verely afifiried. "itir"1 -n.Co"pir
every tlig-Plse to-fatil- b ~ -
Garstric Juieu, ob~ta irertir
liviung anirniris, 'whlich ItProUN*cv ,0 .
Professor Duiglion,oC V17
Piriltulelpiii, in isn gr-C-r
iriology, devotes more llianflfv, a
aiirtion (Ii -hn u je..
willh Dr. Ileaiiitart;: oil ill
wined from Ih I ividg, 'h iiiniin
front animnal., araOcl ivel 0o*
artfficial; nIll- Llienutural ~l~ ,
Dlr.Jolrri.1Y. 'DM'rs 1, 170 ezojro~!
In r hli; ) hicoVCollsgdo ~~~%
New- York, in-liris " T'ertilooko .'
it is ijw univcrvaly adulr 041r
dIe -:o ( . f
en ieli Fdrlo, iarar iii hi