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'df of et en!
,i.'er forgiven ?
__ plMes by prayer I
--- ~nthe I call!
-oyluis 'dark within:
a iSk the sparrows fall,
elitt 6C vin;
to secti Unknown!
A .1 path of truth!
lPDkence I own,
-L. el, tie faults of youth.
ar a gloomy fane.
dIn hail the pile,
sa(lpread their sable teign,
.ystio rites beguile
:V'a figne his Maker's away
t1lib'doittes of reouldering stone I
Ty-1 d4bi the face of day:
heaven, thy boundless throne.
cI; i n ia race to hell
7 tsiend in pompous form?
1 tIsalall tor one who foil,
h'in the mingling storm ?
'c * tetd to reach the. skies,
h I rother to expire,
- OO lidifierent h:ope supplies,
an less severe inspire?
S cereeds they can't expound,
'r &%ancied bliss or woe?
tiliesgrovelling on the ground,
rgreatCreator's purpose know ?
hoprophet's law I seek,
in'Natore's work appear
I eif corrapt and week,
lI pray, for thou wilt heat
--ho canst guide the Wendering star
u trackless realms of ether's space
Sale Vj at the elemental war,
ad from pole to pole I tracei
wid n pfte-d me here,
n thou wilt, can take me henee,
hlt I tread this earthly sphere,
Ml t o ne thy wide defence.
hiemy God, to thee I call!
Olctiier weal or woe betide,
f.y.sthcosnmand I rise or fall,
I thy protectlon I confide,
hin this dust to dust restored,
s shall float on airy wing,
ti y glorious name adored,
9 V iher'feeble voice to sing!
X 0 L A,
F INDIAN LOVERS,
- Y FAUST,
o huidred years ago, the deep
_ of the untrimmed forests over
spfead the broad valleys and hills of
Sigreat West. 'The sound of thc
ers axe had not then aroused the
of those remote solitudes, nor
ofte of the pioneer's cabin curled
ove the tall branches of the forest
and the solemn hemlocks of the
Tho ploughshare had not then turned
ntefertile soil, nor the cattle grazed
'Uol1t~he tender grass of that region
np6i populous and cultivated. The
Sstag there shook his branchitng ant
f1r and~ botunded fearlessly through
9>the agen glades of the wood, or led
the dappleddoe or fawn, at rosy dawn,
-oliellow eventide, to drink the waters
~$2ftjKlittle brook, or the pelhtcid lake.
jjJA. liaggy bear prowled in the briery
-tijlt, ogr fed on th.3 acorns tht shook
WoTtm 'the "oak. The tawny panther
- nd unmolested in the rocky fast
~seief the hills, or lay in the leafy
rvet for its prey.
S2 te Indian hunter was then lord of
lnd.9 The Pawnee and the warlike
SCek held the region from the head
wters of the Ohio, to the dark rolling
N~siissippi;~ and the smoke of the wig.
w arn asdended by many a quiet streamt
Aand wood. The hunter's rifle echoed
Indiimog the hills and trees, and his ar
* % rw histled in the glade; the war
dandf and the battlesong resounded in
ery. alley, and the sharp canoe,
urged by the flashing paddle, skimmed
~ ~erg streatn and lake.
'~v~It was in the balmy tnonth of June,
, tasnmall party of Crock warriors
" v~ atidered from their hunting ground
Stodhat lof the' Pawnee's, and were
AItirried by. a war party of the latter,
dheaded y the fierce chief, Pancha.
Ma ~T~ereek's, with the exception of their
chief;Wai- Eagle, were all slain. The
.Thw yictors carried their pisoner in tri
~ih tothieir village-which was situ.
Ktedon the bank of a small river.
Zelthe daughter of thecPawnee
d'~~ ealing. This maiden was cho
be the physician of the captive
to cure the wound that lhe had
belied in battle. No one cotuld look
e~A r lit and well made form,
~ a~i~ipn her sweet cotutenance, with
4~feling of admiration, if' not of
* ' o'~a no sooner did the captive
nb~~lk~pon her beautiful face, and
t er voice, than he was completely
n ae~ with her charms.
(1iAoQid. the Indian damself herself
elIook. upon the noble captive with less
IM~or i th swet daughter of' the
~LIPawnee, called I" inquircd the captive,
*4as the maiden proceeded to bathe his
RA deep blush sutfl'used the maiden's
4gheek as she replied
f-am called Zeola, and am the
( ~diighterof the chief."
'f"Ze'ol a" said WVar Eagle, "fairer
(than the lilly of the valley that is kiss.
~~thi dewy lips .of morn, wilt
reuin the love that burns in the
the strange warrior, though
b1e lke.a wounded panther at thy
r ; evarrior," returned the
Aaod heart, and is more
"mo- ~ri9M o trha Paw.
sett 'hodep w'od thdroope..
afound;.the captive -still -Ii'stened "f6r
thdreturning footsteps of the maiden,
She came tP -to him sllentlyj atid said
in i; low voice:
"Woutld the fettered e!hieftalt'desire
me to loose the cords. from his hands,,
and lot him breathe once mjore the free
air of the woods ?".
"Yes, goitle maiden, A-c0 me frotn
these lintefid thongs that cut my flesh#
and I will fly like the wild dee- to my
own peoples and -bear thee, VCola, to.
my hone, and thou shalt be the .queen
of m11y heart."
"Zeoht cannot tuf'use to sAfve the life
of the -brave wartior, nor can she re
fuse to go along with hin and-cast her
lot with his people"
And then the maiden departed *i1th
a promise to come soon and free him.
He had begtin to think she was going
to prove thiso, when he fult a knife at
his bonds which soon caused them to
fall from him.
"list," said a low voice, "it is I,
Zeola. creep stealthily backward and
, They had advanced liut a little space
in the forest, when a loud shout in the
direction of the village reached their
ears, and immediately after a confused
hum of angry voices followed-an
noicing that their flight had been dis
covered, and the village alarmed.
Zerla turned to her lover with a
look of agony in her face, and clasped
her hands. But such vas not his de
muemeaner. Ilis eye kindled, and lie
had drawn himself up to send back a
shout of defiance, when the beseeching
look of themaiden deterred him-and
bending4is head to avoid the branches
he dashed forward with redoubled ve
locity, preceded by his companion.
Over stream and marsh, through
tangled brakes and open glades they
held .their rapid way-the girl thread
ing the forest as if she held a clue in
her hands, and striking her coursesas
truly as if directed by a compass, to
ward the country of the Creeks.
But however swiftly the fugitives
advanced, their pursuers followed as
rapidly as hounds in their path. At
first, indeed, the enemy did not appear
to gain ground, although their shouts
could be heard ringing far and wide
through the huge forest, but gradually
the uproar concentrated around one
spot, as if the trail had been discover
ed; and ininediately after, a savage
yell, as if from a hundred savage
throats, came through the leafy arcade.
"Farewell," said the maiden, "my
strength is failing me; fly while you
can, and leave Zeola to her fate."
The Indian looked reproachfilly in
her face, fbided his arnis across his
breast, and stood still.
"Oh fly " said she, clasping her
hands. "The chief, my father, will
save my life, and we may meet in hap
"WNXar Eagle," was his calm reply,
"never deserted his dogs-if Zeola
stops, he stops."
Seeing him resolute, sihe again sprang
forward in flight, amid for a while her
excited spirit gave almost the speed
of the deer to her footsteps.
11er lover was continually at her
side; where the way wvas diflicult, as
sisting her, and sometimes even carry
ing her. But all their etlerts proved
insuflicient. The shouts of the pursu.
ers drew iiighecr and nigher, and at
length the foremost was visible afar ofi
through the forest, just as the overtask
ed energies of Zeoila gave way, cauis
ing her to fall to the ground.
She again sought her lover to leave
her to her lnte.
Hie mnade no answer. but lifting hei
light forim in his arms, looked around.
A rugged and broken ascent lay im
niediately before him, leadiing, as lie
remembered, to a lofty precipice, that
hecetled over a dark and inaccessible
dell. Ilis resolutionm was at once ta
Following the single narrow path
wvhich led to the summit, lie struggled
on with unwearied energy, and at last
succeedee in gainling the flat rock on
Had lie been armed lhe mtighit have
defended time place against hundreds,
but he bore no weapons; so sitting his
mistress down, lie stood over her
awaiting the appearance of his pursu
Their dusky forms wvere soon seen
through the forest. They espied the
fugitives, and with a lond shout rushed
to the ascent. A dozen arrows were
fitted to their bowvs, and aimed at the
Creek warrior, wh'len Zeola suddenly
waved her hand to those below.
"Father," she cried. "spare him or
we die together. The cliff is high, and
a single step carries me to the edge of
Tlhe arrows were pointed downward,
and all eyes were turned om the old
chief in front.
A quiver. fir an instant, might be
seen on his face, as if he wvas endeavor
ing to conceal emotions lie could not
suppress; and then came his voice,
clear and full ini the dee p silence
"Shoot, but spare the girl. Our
wives call for vengeance on the Creek."
'The arrows were again drawn to the
head with a yell of anticipated triumph.
War Eagle seeing he could not es.
cape, deotermiined:.-qn baffling his foes
of their intended i:nmnph. No mor
tal foot had ever penetrated the doll
below-seizing, therefore, his mistress
in his arms, he* cast a look of proud
defiance on his pursuers, and at the
next instant, just as the old chief had
drawn his arrow to his head, he .v'an
ished with his burden from the heibht.
Down in that gloomy dell, wvhere
the sun utiver penetrates, may be seen
a spot near the foot of the cliff, cover.
ed with wild flowers. Tradition points
it out as the grave of the Inwx Lov
ra nteniuretf'Liver Com-r
SJundice, Indi es
tioni Nereous Headache Debility, andi all
diicases arising fiifn "disb1fdered liver,
tomaci'of 'in teatile, the BAUME DE
VI riitinaiirdu'd by CilARLES D.
IORME of Sumiterville, S. C., has nosu
erlor.'- i-js-uidIr I led in its exrel!ewc
as an external renely for Burns, Scalds,
Bruises, Cuts; &c.
0" Full directirns acconipny encili bot
11OAT\YwlGHT & BARKULOO4
Wholesale Agents; Columbias S. C.
,97 Thlose desirous to purchaseI can
also find the Bautno do Vie at Mr. John
M, Chiandle's Store, near the To% n Hall;
Sumterville, S. C.
IThe subscriber deemis it eftnecessitry to
recotrtuind his medicine any furtile than
this-that any one who has once thorough
ly tried it, will never be without it when it
Cai be had. -
August 24, 1863, 49 tr
New and Unrivalled
Railroad Route to
the North, Via the
Wilmington nauad Maid
Titrough in the samte time with the
Great Aorthern .ili,
AND AVOIDING SEA SiClNNSS.
T RAVELLERS are respectfully tfrtMfed
that One Hundred and Thirty :Wiles of
the Wilmington and Manctester Railroat are
completed and in successfil operation, and con
nections have been formed by first class Four
1lorse Post Coaches over the unfinished part of
the Road. The following is the schedule:
Leave Augusta at - 6 a. m.
" Wilmington at - - a. in.
Arrive at Weldon at - - - 3 p. M.
" " Baltimore at - - -6 a. In.
" " Philadelphia - - - 1 p. M.
" " New York at - 6.30 p. In.
Time from Augusta to Wilnington. 2G hours.
" " Wilniigton to New York, 31-30
[3f' At Wilmington the connection is made
with the 8 o'clock a. i. E'xpress Train.
0,i At Weldon, passengers can liive choice
of Routes, eillier by Seaoard and Iuatnok
Railroad and Bay Line of Steamers, or by Itail
Road through Petersburg, hichmond, and
Washington city, to Baltimore. Through Tir-k
ets by either of these lines can be purchased in
3rY Through Tickets front Montuomery to
Charleston will be received on thie Sntih Carit
lina Itailroad, hetween Augusta an the Wil.
mington and Manchester Itailroaid.
W. Passengers deuirous of going North by
this Route will have their baggage ciecked at
Augusta to the Wilmningtoni and lanchiesuer
L-1' Any other information can be obtained
of Dr. J. L. Keen, Agent at Augusta.
L. J. FIMING,
Sup. Wil. and Manchester itailroad.
Rail Road NotioCe,
ENGINEER's OFFICE, Wil. & Alan. It. R.
July 10, 1853.
ON and after this date, the Mail and
Passenger Trains will run daily as follows:
Leave Mars 1M1ufi' Station at 12.30 A. M.
" Florence " 1.15
"Timtmonsvi lle " 2 00 "
" Lynchuburg " ' 2-40 "
" Mayesville " 3.15 "
"' Sumiterville " 8.50 "
"Mantchester " 4.40
Arrive at Junction " 5.00 "
Leave Junction at '3~pM
*Manchester " 2.(
"Mayesville " a~
" Lyn'mchbhurg. ' 1
" Tlimnts~iivillIea 4rj t
Arrive at Mars flluft .Statuini . -
*Or atwait the arrival of the' mlii train
on the South Cairolina Rail ltoad, untl
10 o'clock P. M.
L. J. FLE~MING,
Rest. Eng'r. &c.
July 10th, 1853 35-6it
Something Entirely New
In the way of Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Gaiters, Ladies' Wanlking Shoes, (some
thing fine) Misses do. with a general as.
sortmnt of Gents. tine Bloots anud Shoes.
If the Ladies wish to ge the latest style
of Gaiters and walkinug shoes out, just call
llUTLER & NEWBERIY.
Juine 7th, 1853 32---tf
,1 UST1. received frotm ialtimiore
1.5,000( Segarts-c hu:t- litan11s.
11lUT ERt & N MVImRNY.
May 10th, 1852 - 2-t
The subscriber having discontinued the Drug
Business will devote hIs whole time to the prac.
tice of medicene. Thorse wishuing hisi profession
at sturvices will find him at alt times at his resi
dence in the Vihlege.
R. S. MELETT, M. D).
Jan. 10 1853, l -ly
W, A. KENT & 1YITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
E 8 T A B3 L I S II M E ~N TI,
No. 268 King-strleet, cor-ner ot
Wentworth, Charl'estonl S. C
Purchasers will find at al1 tirneus a full
and comiplete stock of Gent's.
READ)Y-MIADE CL OTHING
W. A- KENT. G. it. MtITCtFELL
Maufactory 113 WVasiiington
Stores N. Y.
31ay 1849 30 tf
W. J. Jacobi & Son,
w. 3. JACOBI. NATHANiEL JAconI
NO. 221 KIN G-STR EETI,
(sEVENTnl STOREF AR1OvE MIARET-STiREET.)
Importers and Dealers in
Foreigns & Dounestl i v) Goods
Q" Our customers arte etured AModerate
Rates and a strict adhorance to the One Price
-Jan. 6 1852 11-if
OFFERS for ae , or an d ,proed.r
and WVLL St E.CTDabment isW I
FRENCH ENGLISHAND ANN.
.SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, PAINTS
TRUSSEs, (ALL'KINDS) VARNISI
PESSARIESI :"- ." DYE STJ
DRUGGISTS LABELS, BRONZE
" .GLASS WARE, JIRUSIIE
PATENT Mtn|Vidiks, WInDOW
T'omrSoNIAN E1IDiCINF.s, LAMIP ANI
SIaAKR' IERS & RooTs, SOLAR, L
GARDN S9a; l SPIRIT-G,
COMPRISING THE STOCK OF
Agent for the
PA TENT AND FA
April Gth, 1852.
D. J. WINN,
Has just received from Baltimore and New
York, a large and well pielected stock of
Broadclotla, Catsslimncres usad
tihe finert and best that ha ever been brought
to thiui market.
1fdady mado Clothing fur Gents' and Youths,
;ifevery qninlity and description. Having e
et(vd the Gootds, and hpd them made up to or
ocr, Ie can warrant the work.
toit defirIn0a aid quality of Gloves; Dress
Hats made up ta' drder; Caps, Silk Cravatx,
$ilk Pockei Ilandkerthlefs and Neck Ties,
Linen Shirts, do. Collars, Merino Undershirts,
do. Drawer; with every article that is worn by
gentlerrkt; viflch Ie offers on reasonable terms,
And solicits h edil from his old customers, and
ihte citiz.:ns of the District ge'acraily.
Srtmterville; Nbv. 1th', 1852 3-tr
TIE Subscriber haaving opened a gro
cery uerneath the Tow n Hallo designs
ketping .onmnsntly on hand; a supply of
haeavy airticS, .echas
Sugar, Cofeb, Ted, Vlour,
RICE, BUCKAMilEIAT, MOLASSES,
VINEGAR, BACON, UlARD, BUTTER,
CHESE, 1ACKE~tif SALT StM',
CANDlES, POTATOES, &c. &c.
Itn fic: little of aunnost everything thai is
g!a ood to cat; ;al of whica. will he sold lAv
for cash, or in exchange for c'btrtry pro
duce. He promises to attnd tUffi *n
biusiness, and hopes by aiteinding AtAdMy
thereto. to receive a liberal shtre of pa
ronarie. J. M. CIIAND1Il.
March 15th, 1853
The Corn Exchange,
Who keeps constantly on hand a lot of
DOMESTICS at the lowest rates. GRO
CERIES at Charleston prices for cash
Bacon, Lard, Hams. Butter and a large sup
ply of the best CIGARS and TOBACCO
which ie will sell cheaper than any mer
chant in town, also just received 40 barrels
North Carolina flour.
Jan., 18th, 1853 12-1 v.
TIlE subsecr her would respect
ii fully inform Ihis old friends andi the
pub'lic generally, that his lintel so
long ktnown as the "SUMTER HOUSE,"
as again openeed from date, for the recep
tioan of visitors.
TheIi internal arrangernents will undergo
a thorough repair, with as litte delay s
possible, anti lhe trusts that his attentiona to
the cnmfort of lisa guests, will merit a sha ire
of public patronage. The subsacriber liar
also taken charge of the BILLIA RID TA
BLE, and intetnds littinig usp the rootm with
neatness, and will furnish it wirh all the
anecestaries anid convenaiences that lovers
of the sport can require.
March 8tha, 1853 19-tf
China, Glass And
H. E. NICHOLS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
IAS judt received direct from the aman.
n tfacturers in Enhghand anad France,
and lay receni, vessels fromn thme North, n
very compllete antd varied assortmenrt of the~
abaove namecd GOOD)S, comiprising all ther
new patternx and shapes; amaong whaich~
WHITE G;RANITE or STONEWVARE,
Chiu. tinaish a suaperior nrticle;
Blue anid other Colored Watrc, of news
Fre ach antd Engl ish Clinao, new shapes,
plain W:;,ate Gold atnd decorated;
Rich Chia Ihnne'r anal Tea-setts, and
becautifuil Faacy Articles in the linme;
Cuat, Mouldered and Polished Glassware
ofl every kind ;
Dyott'su Patent Catnphene, Store, Office
anal Parlor Lamip, a superior article;
WVeb's Patent Oil atnd Lard Lamps, a newu
article giving great light anal brilliancy
Tea TPrays, hest Ta'ble Cutlery and Pal,
teal Castors, Spoonas, Forks, &c.
Hlous.ekeeping articles, in great varicty;
Crataes of assorted Wares. of desirable an.
new styles, lby Whloleaale ;
Packages ot Tumstblers, Flasks, &c., low
by the packag~e.
Hlavinig compilete. ariargaments for obtain
ing (otr Gooads direct from the tmanuatfac
tnrers we caan and will ohlfer rare inaducej
mesaa, eatther lby WVholesale or Retail -
Ordiera attended1to promaptly.
ii. E. NICHOLS.
Columbia, April 12, 1853 24-tf
Fine Cigars and Garden
Kept constantly on hand lby
Dr. WV. JAS. DARGAN &-CO.
May 24th, 1853. 30-tf
J. B. N. HAMMUVET,
ATTORNE~Y AT LAW,
SUMTER VILLE, S. C.
Ofmie next door to . B. & . C. Webb
New York Store.
March 22, 1953 21--tt
1 MeNi*Mi AREAN #Z * AR
CAN CHEMICALS FMALL KINDS
kAl nbits,, .S8PICEs
IES, GELATINEi. t
8, -ERFUME 1Yi
GiAss - l N Aitrs6'-T l-1Bg9is,
WICKS, C6r's An) lAtIa Bitbants
Z) AND Srfiau blLd A FANCt SdatA;
11 AND CA- aa, &0.- &.
d Liver Oiii
vith every article
A. DRUGGIST OR PHYSICIAN
Whatever concerns life health and happiness
of a people is at all times of the most valuable
Importance. I take it for granted that every
p-rson will do'all in their poe er, to save the lives
of their chilren, 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 ad tilts are lable- if you have an
appetite continually ehangeable from one kind
of food to another, Bad 1reath, Pain in the Sto.
mach, Picking it the Nose, Hardness and Full
ness of the Belly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever,
Pulse Irregular-remember that all these denote
IV oRass, & you should at once appi y the remedy
H1ohmeestack's Wornm Syrasp.
An article founded upon Scientific Principles,
compounded with purely vegetable substances,
being perfectly safe when tuken, and can be
givenm to the most tender Infant with decided
beneficial efTect, where Bowel Conplaints and
Dirrhea have made them weak and deibilitated
the Tonic properties of my Wonn Syru p are
auch, that it stands without an equal in the cata
logue of medicines, in giving tone anid strength
to the Stomach, which makes it an infallable
remedy for those afflicted with Dyap sia, the
astonishing eures performed by this Srup after
Physicians have ftile-1, is the best evience ofits
superior efficacy over all others.
This is the most diflictilt Worm to destroy of
Ull that inl fet tihe htumani system, it grows to an
almost imletinite length hbeeoming so coiled and
fistened to the iftestines aned Stomach eflecting
the' healh so sadily as to caise St. Vitus Dance,
Fits, &c., that those afilicted schlom if ever
nulpect that it is Tupe Worm hastening them to
an early grave. In or4er to destroy this Worm, a
very energetic treatment must be pursued, it
*ouhf therefore be proper to take G to 8 of my
Live kih1 a-Ytas to' temove all obstructions, that
the Worm SYg&P t*ay att direct upon the Worm,
whichs must he takitlii' idot. of 2 Tablespoon.
ftils 3 times a day, these directions fillmved
have nevee been known to fail in curing the
flbst Obtinate emie of Tape Werm.
. M*cebaiEMk1 Liver Pills.
N6part of tie systin' int more liable to disease
than the UIV1kR, it servidg'as a filterer to puri.
fy the blood,-or giving the proper secrmtioh to
the bile ;- se'that any wrohg actien 6f the Liver
cilTects the other impOIant prIS Of th systein
and resnlits varionsly,- 11' Liver C6t*paiiit,
Jaundice, lDyspepsi-, &c. We sh1oid therefore
watch every sy*sltom that iright iUhdisle a
wrong action of the Liier. These Pills beisig
composed of Roes and 'ZArS flhrnished by
unture to heal the sick: Nuimely, Wc. An Ix
PrCTOnANT, which augmemts tie sed*tIn.frm'
the Pulmonary mnnis memb'rai, d1' proli~ber
the discharge of secreted matter.- 2nd, An Ar,
aRNATIv, which changes in sine inexplea
ble and in sentiblemanner the Clrtiin nthrbil
action of the system. 3rd, A Tdott,< .which
gives tone and strength to the nervotik system,
renewing health and vigor to all parTs of the
body. 4th, A CATuaRTIc, which acti in per.
feet hLrmony with the other ingrediet,..aajd
operating on thse Bowels, andi expelling the
whole muss of corrupt anti vitiated matter, andm
pusrifying the Blood, which destroys disease and
You wvill find these Pills an invaluable-medi
cine in mnany complaints to which you are sub
ject. In obstruc~tions either total or pairtial ,they
have beeni found of inestimiale benefit, restoring
their functional arrangements to a healthsyac
tioni, purifying time blood and other fluids'so
efIectusally to puitto flight all complaints which
may arise from female irregularities, as head
achle, giddilness, dinmness of sight, pain In the
side, back, &c.
None genuine unless signed .J. N. IloDENsaicx,
all others being base inutation.
PILCIN-E AtH 25 CTS.
EF" A gents nwishing ne w supilss,iiand Store
Keepers desirous of becoming Agents must ad
diress the Proprietor, J. N. HOBENSACK,
For sale by all Druggists and Merchants In
the U. S.
P. M. Con:Lz, Charleston, Wholesale Agent
for the State.
August 10th, 185242 y
Through Fare from Charles
TON IlO DAlIMORE 817.50;
TO PHIILAD)ELPHIIA 819;
AND TO NEW-YORK 820.
ClIAl.L EST'ON, S. C,
LEIAVlNG time Wharf at the foot at
Lasurens..st. daily at 3, p. im. after the
arrival of thme Southern cars, via WVIL
AlINGTON, N. C., from which pont
two dlaihy trisare dssthsed at 8 A. M.;
and '2 P. M.; the 8 o'clock onaly connecting at
Weldon with thme lises to Petersburg,
Richmond, Wamshington, Banltimnore, Phiilu
dolphin, andi Newv-York. Thie public is
respectfully informed that the steaumers of
these hines, are in first rate condition, and
tre niavigauted by wvell known and ex
perience4f commanders; thme Rail Roads
are in fine order, (thmo Wiluminigton
and Weldon, as well as the Seaboard
aind Roanoke having recently beets relaid
withs heavy Trail) thereby secutrinig boths
sasfety amid despatch. By these rotites
passengers availing themseclves of the
F[RSTr TRAIN masy reach Baltimore in
40 hours. Philadelphia ini 45 hours, amid
New York in 50 1.2 hours; and by the
SECOND TRAIN they arrive in Bal
titmor.- in 50 hours, Philadelphia in 56
.hustrs, and Now-York in 61 1-9. hours.
. Th'lrough~i ickets eni atlono be had from
.W INSLOW, Agenmt atithe WVilmmngton
andI Raleigh Rail Roadt Comnpany. at the
office of~ the Cotnmaiy, foot oif Laurnsa
street, Charleston, 8. C., 1to whom please
March 23, 1852. 22-tf
AT THEt OLD STAND OF B. & J. GILBERtT,
S.& E. M. G IL BER T
continue the C A RRIAGE
-BUSINESBe at thme above
stand--No. 35 and 40 WVentworth-street,
Charleston-where they wvill be pleased tn
exhibit to their old friends and customers
a very extensive Stock of Vehicles, com.
prising those of their own nmanufactture,
toigethier wvith vario~us other styles usuially
founid itn this market. Their long acqtiaint.
anco wvith this narket as manufacturers
anid dealers will enable them to offer greal
a induicemsnts to purchasers both in styles
bkenn a t A i
I t s a t e r a qys
were rot , R add 4 me ing ao ae ,
aUa course neglected, . '+
Mtoo latetd b e 06 aenl ook
iack and mourn, and regret th fall tonds.qdnes orour
Ignorance. -oss Ire
h woul e e, 't Iit* to, posseo te eai 11
sud ni faish we might not e been spared. (i
the iowiedge was titmely possessed. It is
IEhJAN(hIOLsy AND S'AR'TING '
'o behold the sltness and sufilerin eideredbi siar a
wrfo anySas ftoni cant'" simple and coutrollmle..'
ly r e -o t orast scarred, ifevry
WFEX AND MOTlEIRE
i fi foration contined in a little volumet;
a 6 . ll which would spore to herself
Ito Nr iuisbid tV constant toil an anslety or tand,'
ceV devo ! im on him from sie@s o the wife,
whiscsh it laefetasere eontleL and the posses.
soo1 whih would setdrs the lppbss or imself,
wife, and ehildrena
SECUR E T iiMAt O IAPPIlESS
Bn beo cassessed of the knowledge, th
wato t ues caiised the sickness and poverty al.
thousands. ~e~sqecq j ieo ohri
_in L iw W eq o e ie other to
@11cusalale if she I~ee to 'qaurs 1 hrelf of dial kno*a
*ed n resec to. hnithcVwdse~Fa s
Jnr.rng be Ith I~es owhppineq .ii~qprityok
dilrice-healilly =wdis; ith hefthy' dIII.. That
knowledge is contained in a little tWork entitled
Private Medical, Companions
BY DR. A. X. MIAURICEAU,
- peorsasox or Piegascs or women.
Ono IHundreth EditIon, lino., pp. 250. Price 58 Cents.
(oNt rara Paars, siTra itBeDING, 41 00.)
First published in 1s47, and it is not
sURPRIZING OR WONDERFUg -
Considering that EVERY I N
WHETHER 3ARUID OR l* Ef n
here acquire a full knowi * 6k tias
asature, character and ea> e ~46nsa.
plalnt, with the various symy i Wand
HALF A MILLION COPkE
should have been sold.
It Is impracticat'le to convey flty the varias. sariere
treated ot, as they are of a natnre strictly intended fer
she married, or those contim, shtng snarrispen, bt ns
female desirons of eJoin eath. d til auty, con
seqqent nlion health, which is so eonucove to her owh
happiness, and that or her husband.but either hes or oill
obtain it. as has or will every hesband who has the love
and atection of his wire at rerto- that of his own pe.
UPWARDS OF ONE IHUMt ElN'f'IOU
Have been SENT BY MAL wit5in tre fast few
CAUTION TO THE PUBLIC.
HE NOT DEFRAUDEDI
Buy no book unless "Dr. A. M4. lantricean,129
umirty Street. N. Y." is on the titIo pe., and the
entry In the Clerk's Office on the back of the title
page; and buy only of respectable and honorable
dealers, or send by mail, and address to Dr. A. it.
hlaurircan, as there are sporions and serrepttious
infringements of copy-right.
LET EVERY WIFE AND HUSBAND
No exense for Ignorance, when Tgnorance.
Ie Minery to those we' hold near aid
dear, novt whenl to dispel our Igsoranee
1s vighina our reach..
To enablo oery one to decide' no'e the ind&
aaotabf. iscseia p or poesessing a col, and that ib
wife, or mothers need remain uninrned- ,upon th-e
many causes, which. sooner or later, are d nstl to
nake feartal ravages upon her bealth, unless guardel
against, and that so considerate and aficciotihte
basbitnd'h'ore casv to upbraid himself with negtect
of thes welfare of his. wlfo-a pwnphlof aIroy ix
.a,.cstninrde and IN&M se
iga, lr -estractsi'tbo book wlI be
Besn fi of c id ay pa of the United Mistes",
by ui)*6M pbst:0ild, as hereim
W1fVss' . * .s.1 litnseas, 'tis cil
j*bles fo' 5 fgesorant."
QW.recept of.Ouii' DidAr (fhi Ine Et.
tioli f e I1 bIndin) ."THlE4ARIEIfZD WOhIANS
PIVATR% 1 lA LO)f'ANION j ent;ud.
ed fan.tv eIyo United ~A i et
tara must be pos ptId..a sit ddAseto DI. . M. -
MAURICEA U, 194, INew York Citr. Fab01W
.129 oml: ii. I aberty slseet,.NNt YetI
1OYO1#SO &~ ARL1S1
In New York Citt,- by
Stringer 4i70~wzikend,' Ad'iatict,s Eler
man& Co., b~eusitt &e naeiport, Bariw &
2o. Otlice, 129 Libert'y Street; nei
May 17tli,' 1853: 2ztf
F. M. ANDIREWS
TlAKES thias mnethodl of
informting the citizens of
Snmterville and vicinity tildit
lie has opened in Sumterville, sosposite time new
Presbyterian Chiurch,. a CAIIET WAREl.
ROOM, where lie will keep for sale; cheap, all
such furnsitture as comes sander this department
of lain tradie, which he will warrant of good
material ; anti will fturnish for cash, at Charleas
taon prices, all diescriptions of Funiture matde.
Reopairing executedi at the shtortest notice.
Molioganiy and plain Collina furnaished with.
Haiving .procured time cervices of Mr. C. W.
DAVIta, Ihe is prepared to furnitsh Metallic Plates
engraved in any stylet.
All the isuberther aiks is a fair trial, andi
hopes by punctual attention to butsinests and
easy terms, to merit public patronage.
* lebruiary 17, 1852. 17-iy
Fi1UK' .METALLIC COI.FlJNS of all
sizes, contantly otn handmt ttid for cuale
by HUD)SON & liROIERI,
Opp. Tenmperaince Haull 2onotorville.
Juno 15th, 1802 - :24-tf
ROBE~RT WV. ANDREWS notoficas the'
citizens of this, anti the adjoining Districts,
that he has removed lhin Stables near lime De
pet of the WV. & M. Rt. Road, where he Is ready
at all times to take chiarges of diseased Horses
fort a moderate charge ; mn all casies where thore
is no cure no pay will be expected. Heo also
continues to take Passengers to and from the
Depot, tantd exIpects sthortly to receive a New
Omtnibus for that purpose. Goods lie wvill hsaul
at the oldi rate of 10 cents per packtage, and
solicits time patronage of the public.
Fe b. 22, 1853 17-tf
By Thomas O'Connors
- Just received per Rail Road, a. choice selec
to of Cigars and TPobacco. Corditals, Pre.
rterves of all descriptions, .Jeilys &c. Also a
complete assortment ot Groceries, which he
guarantees to soil as low. as they can be ob
tained fronm Charleston for.
Feb. 1, 1853 * 14-tf
JOHN N. NEVIN,
SUMTER VILL~E, S. C.
(Near the Depot.)
Painting, Giding, and
Gilding on Gold and
Silver, and Gr ainin g.
Household Furniture dlon up in the neat
est and hest manner. All he aska is a fatir
tril, HeI gnlarantees to give entire anatie
faction. [3* Ailorders l'rom the cantntry
promptly attended to~
Jan..11th, 1853 11--ly
rared. (rer. "19149T
of the O,'after aedon b(
great PhysiologlcaliChemlst '
This is a truly wnderfli
tion, Dyspepsia, .aundie, L
Constipation, and ]Dellity."n
ture's own rrethod, by re
Gastric Juice. -
gvr HIlf a :teaspoonful oU0
in water, will digest oi Asplsse
of Riast Dief, ift abou' l 0"
-Pepsin ba 16r chief ekl ht 0 0
fingPi h of the Atrie-J41
If the8 FAe thle' Purif InW P:MO IpAZR
Stimnuilaing Agent of tfle tomach#W
tines. Yt'Is extracted from ~the Die
ach of. Mhe Ox. thus furning an artificii'
tive FiMid. pri'esely like' the. natfiral i,
Juice in its Chemical0po4ers,.and fnrs
Complete and Perfect Snbvtitnto rI1B e
aid of this preparation, the' pains '4 ,
Indigestion and Dyspepila ate
Ahey woUlid b6 by a lelithy-StOiair
ing wonders for Dyerpptics/ura U e
bility, maciatio , esDe
of grave. rYhe ctreAtic I
which it is s'; : in the highe
on* and Iemarkable.
!SCIENTIFUI ITO E r
Baron Uehg in hii, 4clbr ted
mal Chelaistry, says: Aafb
Fluid, analogous to ie GastriaJli 4m) Q
readily prepared from the mnunousdn
theitmho eCalf in -ihloW aliu
Jes of food,-as iueat and egg, ill Z,
changed and dgested just s the sa
as they would lie in die human teie ,
Dr. Combe, in lisa valuable~ 'frsingp ii.
"Pihysiology of. Digestiu* ~~ tha
dimbsautikln of tih due~mnM~y~ tlif"6 b7*
Juice is wpreshirteM autti aa
Dlyspepsia;" and lie states ii t~adini
professor of medicine iilleid, i6
verely aflicted' wi thistdnmphlf, af fudlk'
every thing else t kill- had in
Gastric Juice, olitilWd fretbi na
living aimals, whicl prind o el .
cessul lly" "' ~ -
Prcfessor Dunglison, of the Jefeipion Cgl
Philadelphia, i'n hiiagi-utWei enliaan
siology, devotes uhorul thti*Ayj p
aintion of' thin edljee. HIs
wtith Dr. Beauurhoxt,' di the CastrieJu'6-'
tnined from the liuheg himastomac
fromt anntels, ..ads'Well known" - in 'ca
he says, digetn'acurred asperfeiy u
artiicial as in the natural di.est u'
D)r.Jm'hn W. Draper, Proiscir, -Te i~
in -tihe Medical Cuellege of di U1 ieai(6~~~
NeW York, ini' hium "Text Blook of Cteta~t~
page 386, says,: "Ii has been a que lic ~ 4
therartilldigeutiori could 1be'fotired-b~'""u'.
it In Alnw univervally admitted that i.Mijbe .
Dr. Carpenter's stan4ardlwrk on P iol
whibliib in the library of everypratic" an
1k mdted a's a Text"Jok in a~L t Cueg
full df 'evidence iilar ,t. the -
speatrag the remarkable Dig aly pq o4pe
iedfW oithe stomach of th 1 alf 64i)4iikd -4
fei-eperiments in ArtificiaglD~uation
timedy'.f6r disiaes aift ?toi d
eient wecretioin of: G'asti/J-feM
$" Call on the A g11n'd g.t1 d
Circular, gratis, giv.eramtin'of * 16'
entifie Evidence, asimYto . alov'e, togethmes
with Reports of Restilirair'tb es, rea --
parts of the -United Statee~; '- '''.'L
AS A laYSI~'SIAu CUIE ,& -
Drk 'Ieitto~' aet lis' iudupd the
mtoit sarv iotns effuiets, ut dilr gases bt lts
bility,.EmaciationINrydus D~eIn and Dna
peptic Consumption.' It'.is- i ~~ sihle to eIv
the details of .cases, ii-ttie lnit offtiis' a*tr
tisement; burt atithtenuiented certIflctes'thaioe '
been given of more tihan T'wtdtndred-R~osark".'
able .Cures, in P'hilatdelphlift; .p'~ oga'nd~
Boston alone. These were Fleurly"6J deeupisu& ,
cases, and the E014were' iM l'brapil d't
nwonderfulhbut permtanent. - ~hv
It is a great NeitrvobsAintid ,4priitis
ly useful for tendency'iiiBillou dbhusLlo'
Complaint,'Fever anti Aut ;and1 -h v~f~
kDigestive Organasafter z~I~pn~Mjh~ A
fodess ineauing, and iheIis ~ ~r
dnpitits. -It almost reone~tI~*'~
OLI) STOMACH *QIL4N A ~1~
There is no formi of-Old'Stoiae G tnt 2
which it doesnot seetn tojecjnr i~aa ~
once. No mater hw'bi'a-ltl
instant relief!I A cingentatd $tte"'
unaplesiant~ symnpt omis;n us t
repeated for a short time't aqi~ei~l
ethects permanent. .P'urajo~Id }~W
.of Body follow at once sjlbuzcF
lent in cases of Nauset dM5 wnis
iloreness of thle pit of tle btomach lso ai <
eating, low, cuold'staie 'of thli~h
-.Iawn..ss of Sprt, epn
Weakness, tendency :to lnatitiidq
- Dr.. iloughton's Pepsa'ffsi'i~ a1
the deae i:nfine drugmand'Pyu4i~l
throughout the United 8tin.~I js pQ
Powder and in Fluid formnandjf
vials for the use of Phcl '
'Private Circulars' for :
may be obtained of Dr. Jlcbg ~" a "
describing the whole proceks,
givng he aE8nthies~ thedi'I
adhi , w reme y m h based'
credy, no obe io"a
useob Phsian in respecf~~'4
eua cbe riLe;~t On * .
t o' byal rg
Mdomes.- ne~t~if ( i
ont shal iurel ld 4 ~ '~
TH ulsr E sbcib t
preparedcto -accommodaI~Q e~
him a ll.a the old4~ii tIn 4l~
tve,. his tble"sallSb
th best uthemarClfith 1ltle.