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' 'tiiall [otherg glte tl a
il1-be idle; it is in
ba common thing for
h othing. In o times
ch . help their parents in
s and on Saturdays; but
, o'n0any e ildren spend all their time
be woods fishing and hunting. flow
M4 ch better. would it be for them it
thewohl4 help their parents, and
vorkin the garden or in the field, or
Sspend'their time reading some good
Yooks*You never hear of a lazy oan
. becqmiiga great one.l know sei lit tle
boys wh6 do not like to get themiisel v es
a drink of water. They would think
--it a disgrace to bring a pitcher of'water,
or cutas tick of wood, or make a fire.
They.consiler work of any kind too
-16 for then. Some of those little
boyswhen they are grown will find it
veiy hitlid to work for a living. And,
instead of getting into some business
-ihey will try an easier phan, and go to
the billiard table and win enoiugh in
that way-if not successfiul in that they
Hflow much better would it be for chil.
dren to learn to work and to love it.
T7ho Lord requires it of you. dear chil
Iren, anid you inmst give an account of
every idle liou you spend. W hen you
lie down at night ask yourself how you
have spent ti day. What have you
done for yourself or for those nroid
you ? Do not let idle boys tempt you
- to go astray. Remember time is dy.
ing. Strive to improve every houlir
and look forward to be something grcat.
1e ashamed of nothing but sii. NIe
member your parents are hoping you
- will be an honor to them-disappoint.
thei not.. Those ofi von that are poor
should never be idle, fir ify' vou do vou
vill be a burden to your parents.
lelp themn all you nin and God wil!
help you. Those of you that are rich,
worlk hard. Set a good enmpnple for
the poor to follow; it is good fir soul
and body. WVho knows what, siation
you may have to till? Then he pre
pared by industry to fill :ay situaItion.
I this land of liberty all are equals
then don't be idlhe. Shun the boy who
is ashamed of hard work. Learn how
to (10 every thing, and he always vill
ing to assist in any thing. that may
06me-in your way; no boyI loves an
boy. It was the custoni of 1e
Lians not to give their children
y meat in the morning before they
v the sweat on their ihees from) som''
4 labor. If that was tried here I tQear
there would be many little ehildren
that would go without meat. There is
not a more Worthless being thani a
young man who does nothing for a
living. Anuix FEINs.
SATURDaY Nml-r.-IHow the heart.
of the weary man rejoices as, with his
~ ekt.wages in his pocket, he iies
Nm home to gather his little ones
-around him and draw consolation from
his heartlstone for the many hard hours
he has toiled to win the pittanc.
Siturdaiy night ! How the poor1 wo
man sighs for very relief as she real
izes that again God has sent her tirme
for rest; an.l though her rewards have
been small. yet is she content to livye
on, even hter heart builds up ini the fut
ture a home whelre 'tis alw a ys Saturii
day eve ! Ihow the care.worni aman of
businiess relaxes his brow, anid, closwing
his shop, saunters deliberately arounld
to gather up a little gossip ere he. gies
gunietly home to take a good lest !
H-ow softly the young mian pronlounces
the word, for a briht-eyed maiden'u is
in waiting, and this Satuirday nIighit
shall be a blessed timie for him-there
wvill be lowv words spokenl by the gar
den gate, and there will be pressure of
hainds-perhaps a pressure of' lips
blessed Saturday night !. T1o all kindl
Iheaven has givenl a little leaven which
- works inl the heart to stir up the goan
tle emotions, and Saturday ight alone
seems the meet anid fitting timle fa.r
dreaming gentle dreams. IBlessed Sat
urday night ! and wo can hut pray thatd
through lif'e we may heair with us the
remnembirance of' its many holy hiour s
- now gone inito th lar pIl ast-mnemor*ies
which every Saturday eve bult recalls
like a benediction pronounced by onie
loved andl gone. "-Sausk~Ay Jcrald.
The Mobile Register of the 3d1 instannt,
cotitains tile fodlowing obitiury all
niouncemnent and remarks:
Among those who lhave Iatelyv fallen
victims to disence in this city, we find
the name of A ddeirton Roykuin, a lnative
ofKershawv Disti iet ini South C'arol ina.
MIur. Boykin eimigratedl abo~t 1 83, anid
sa ~~etled1 in CZolum buns, NMississippi, u here
S h engagedl in the law. Induced by
the growing prosperit y of oiii cit y bae
renmoved hitheri a year' ago, exi'ectinlg.
Phtlis wider' field, to increase his pio
~ional reputation. lin the idsit of
* xertions, and in the pride of' his
s'. nth, lie fell.
last will and testament of' thie great
Gerinan Ref'ormer occurs the f'ollow ing
"Lord God, I thaink thee that thou
hast been pleased to make me a poor
and indigent man upon earth. I have
neither house, nor land(, nior mnoney, to
leave behind mc. Th'lou hafst giveln
mec wife and children, whom 1 now re.
store to thee. Lord, nourish, tea-'h
snd preser've them as thou hiast mae."
1IThe day-aboirer', wvho earns with
horney hand and the sweat of his face
cogirse food for a wife and childm'ed
whom~be loves, is raised, by this gen
~rona motive, to true dignity; and,
though wanting the refiinemnts of life,
Ia nobler being than those who think
themselves absolved by wealth from
servingo thcr'...-/lia n n in.
J. RICIIARDSON LOGAN, EDITOR.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT'R. 21. 1853.
We would request al correspond.
ents who write on business to direct
to the Proprietor; Communications for
publication should be to the Editor.
The Sinterv.ille Debating Society
will hold a public debate on Monday,
the 26th inst., in the Court House, at
7 o'clock, P. m.
The question chosen for debate is
"Hive inan's inherent capacities a
greater share in the fbrmation of his
character, than external circumstan
Thlle public are res)ectfilly invited
to at tend, and as many as choose, to
participate in the debate.
The debatants appointed by the So
(iety are Messrs. L. L. .'HASIu, .1. A.
CI..um, Dr. C. II. ieiaisox and J.
It. LoOAs, inl tlhe afiirimiative; t and
Messrs. .1. B. N. IIa~M r, V. H.
linatnnss, .J. WV. Ea~vis and J. S.
Ihen.%usos. Jr., inl thlt negative.
Afier Ithle decision of the question
there will be ai address delivered by
W. J.AS. DARGAN, Pres't.
Jn-AMES MeDowm, Se'y.
COT TON MIARK ET.
Charlestol, Sept. 20, 1853.
Nevw Coton Colies inl slowly and
but few bales have been sold. The
miarket is didl and iinactive; nominal
prices, raiige fromil 8 to 10 1-2 Cents.
Thrie W,'eaitheIr und Ciropri.
For some N weeks past we have suf
fereCl much froiti continued and very
heavy raints, wiihb we perceive froimi
our exeianges las been very general
throuighiout the State. Tile conisCeqec
of this is. that iio st of' or rivers are
up and oveirllowing their baiks causing
sonmc damaiige' to swain p crops. The
cotton inl this neilhJorh(od looks 'ad;
plaiers complain very much or the
rust and (f their stalks runnin.g 1p to
weed, withiut bearin)i but little.
It is wi. I great pleasure that wve 110
tice tlie cnutinuied good health of our
comiercial Cit v.
The board of Iealth registers for
the past week only 18 deaths, 6 whites
and 12 blacks-not one death by fever
of anly descriptin. This, the poplbl
tion being -13,014, makes the deaths 1
ini 2,38-a state of health, in the sum
mier seasonu, we believe without prece
dent. The business of the seaison too, as
we learn fron th de Ee. Kewsx, has oipen-.
ed with th~e muost flattering prospects.
Thle city has already a largze nuoiiber
oft coiiiltry liiierchants, who lllil tlie
( liarl est om n nrketi thle best, ii' pit reha
sers, both as regards sup plies and ac
ciiuitnadat ion, alang the Smothein1 At.
ll ie cities. TIhe stocks and ail:ssoit
tmnts, hoth oi(f dry goodiis anmd grocer
ies, wvere at no: antecedeni t 5Leasonii more~(,
Late neroiunits still show the fever
on the deciease in New (Orleans.
hi) M onday the 12th, iist., there
were :15 intermnents, incluingnt 27 fromi
vellow'i fe-ver. On Tu liesda v 45 in
teriin-ut s, :15 fro':i thc epiademlie. A t
Mobile, onl Mndaii~~y, there wr
31 dleat hs. 57 fr on yellow tever. lIn
Giilvestinni the 'beathis II initn week. friomi
the 1 sense, were 57. Ii. had extended
to, and was raging dreadfully at, Madis
oinville, Maniderville, Hiloxi, Lewis
buirg, l'ass (Christiani an d other places
alonig the Lake Co ast ilatoni 1Ro nge,
lhayoni Sara, and ot her plaIces along thle
M~ississi pi anid lI ed I i ver have likc
wise been sor-ely ailieted. Many
d1eathis hav~e occurired at A lexanmdria
indleed, we nmay say the whole Sulbt
eran country is being visited by the pies
t ilen ce.
iThe death of I larry 1 l1ii, FLr., the
wvell known Coitton muereblant, by yel-.
how fever, at, New O)rleans, is an
niounced. Al r. .I lill wa-; about, biid
inig a Melthiodist Tabernaicle in Ne w (Jr
leans, in an eligible position, at
a cist of one hudred and fifty thou
sand dollar is.
A )p'oitmtlI byI h e G~&~(over'nor.
Col. S. ID. WuILSOs, of Darliingtoin
has be-en app- in ted bv the Governori a
member e oft thle I oaird ofi Visi tors of thle
Military Academyv, rijen (Gen. Il.NAs
1~The Cout t B hisho ps in sessionl at
Caniden, N. J. foir the trial oni iishiop
D~oane, on tiirty-two dill'e.ren t ebtarges,
hias ad(.jouiried sine. d~ie, andt diitu'ssed
the chaurgesi against ilishiop DoAso, lie
having, it is said, admitted that his
conduct was indiscreet, although niot
actuated by unworthy nmotives-whichl
even the proeputing Lishops allowed.
Sum br..Agiutural Ae
g of tha mter Ag rcu.
ulra oeiation l1ed at Sumter.
ville h,1is, day, pL.4m'. Ifiirris, thle
President, took tho Chair. , The As.
sociatidii t.hen went .into tho election of
our Annivorsary Orator; Gei. S.
R. Chandler beiirg iombinted was un
animously elected. A Committee, con.
sisting of the following members, to
wit: Janes M. Pitts, A. J. Moses, Col.
J. D. Blanding, Col. F. M. Mellett,
Elijah Prinuilo, Col. F. J. Moses, and
Dr. J. 13. W itherspoon, was appointed,
and filly empowered to make all ne.
cessary arrangements for the celebra.
tion of the first Anniversary of the As.
sociation, to be held in this place, on
Wednesday of the first week of
Court in November next.
It was also resolved, that all men
bers of this Associatioi who expector
iitend to exhibit any produice or stock
in competition for a preiin, at the
Aniiniversary, shall give nohice of the
same in writing, to Dr. .1. M. Pitts,
Chairman Conn uittee of Arrangements
by the first Monday in October next
lt was also Inovedand adopted tlmt
so much of the Article in the
Constition,, as required a eeriiliete of
three members of this Association, as
regards the yield per acre, of produce,
colapeting for a preiniont; b so amen.
ded that the certificat of tle pro.
ducer alone, b sliicient evidence of
the saile. O in mt 'ion,
Rlesolved, h'lat the Secretary be re
(<piested to have the list of Preiniiums
Lid the naines of Coinnaiittees appoint.
ed to act as jiudges, re-pullished in
the papers of this District.
I.1ST OF PMlEMmUMS OFFEl:1-:) iW THE-:
SUm'TER AWhleULTI~fAL AssocLIoIIN.
1st. For ihe best Treatise oil thle mnam
algellen~t and iro1prOVemenit t1r:to'ek
l a ftri, including I lorses, Cows,
Sheep and 1]4gs-the adil-wnd
Treatist to be subject to the dis.
posal of the Association, a preilil um
.f Ten l)ollars. *10 00
2d. For tle best Trecatise on tie col
lection, and11 presevationl of1 roa:
nutres, inlulding those Imade froml
hoirses, cows, sheep and swine, w ith
their ebiltive vahie--togetlier With
Lime, 0.,:n11., anMd their. variouts
coaloinations; Ihe ti catise to Ie sub
jeCt to di)(Ispoa of' Association-a
premliumli of I en Dollars. *10 00
'. For the best Suckling I lorse
Colt, ":5- 0 0
4. For the best year old Cot, 5 00
5. For the best twto year old Colt. 5 00
0. For the best suckling Mule
Clt, 5 00
7. For the best year old Mule
S. For the best two year old Mule
(:olt, 5 00
. For tle best C 'w and Calf. 5 00
10. For thie best year old1 Calf; [bill
or heifer.) 5 00
11. For the best three Vt ar' oldI
lull, * 00
12. F'or the best lnii any:11 age3 0
1'. F'or the best Ewe of'any age,3i00)
I4 For the best pair of1 Laibhs, 3 00
15. For the bes.t hoar, not c'exeud.
10. For the be-,t bireedling Sowv, samue
age, 3 00
I7 For the be-t Sow with litter
(imipro..ed breed,) 2 00
19i. Folr the best.' pair of11 T kers, 2 00
20. For thie best pair of Duckes,
ainy breed.) 2O00
21 . F~or thle be1st lot of' Dutter, not
les than 10 lbs., 1 00
22. iFor thie best jar' of Pickhes, not
less thbn 1 2 gallon, 1 00
2. For thie best lot of' Preserves
oJr S'wetmntsI o1. ini jars, co'ntain-.
ing mC eI <pl:n-l, a ltieiimio of 50
cenits for yech kind exhibited.
I241. For tlh bet w1Olen ( Counlter
I p~nn, 2 00
25. For the best Colttoni. Cotetr
panew, - 2 00
21,. For' tle best P'atlbwork Quillt, 200
27Io lie betst woolenI cloth1 for
diniesl ics (not. les-s 10 y ards.) 2 00
2S. F~or thle greatest innablher of'
ydis. 441 wooe goods inade o
unmb111 er of labo rs, 82 00f
29. Fo r the best tu rning P'loughi,
(readl. for use.) 2 00
I20. F. r theu~ best soub-soilI Plough,
(reaidy for ue',) 2 00
31. For the best Sweep or Culti va.
tor'. (ready' the' nue,) 2 (in
14)3Fo the~ best liarrow, (re(ady~
for use,) ~ ~' 2 (J
(4.3F' th be41J(st yieh (f Cttoin
p(r cr (swmnop land.) 5 00
3-1. For bet icit of (4 ttoni peri
aere. (oahl :nn i h kry,) 5 0(1
d5. F'or ihie be~st yichi4 (.f (otton
per aere, (lin hual.1) 50
30O. Fl.or grueatest yield1 of' Corni 0
ae (swvannp I and,) 5 00
;17. Forii great estV yih of(4 Corni
per' acre (iiak aid hiickoryv) 5 00
38. .Fori gre'atesL yield of ('orn
per' aere, (pine hmud.) 5 00
39. Fori greatest yichi of' IPttatoes
perl iaere, (swamuy lan.d,) 3 00
410. For greatlest y ihI of' Potatoies
per aere, (1hine huid,) 3 00
41. For' greatest yield of W heat
per acre. :; o0
42. F~or the greatest yield oef Rye
per aere.( 3 00
4:3. F'or the greatest yield of' Oaits
per1 ae-re, '' 00
.14. For' greatest yield1 oIf Rice per
aere-swmnp hand, 3 00
45. For4i greatest yieh(l (if Rice
460. F'or best speCimen of seed Com?
in arsq, not less two bushels, 1 00
47. For' best spciminen of seed
Wheat, not l inid( d
48. For. best epeoltnonafiaed-R di
not less than orio busll, 1 'I'
50. For best speoimei of see R
not loss thni one bushel, k- Op
51aFor tho best specimens of Veg
etables, .1 00
52. For the best specimens of
Flowers, 1 .00
1st. Connittee on Treatises that
may bo offbred to the Association,
IL 1). Green, Dr. Mayes, and Captain
2d. Committee on Stock, including
florses, and Mules, Col. W. Nettles,
G. W. Cooper, and R; L. ILerriot.
3d. Committee on Cows,Sheep, and
Swine, Col. F. M. Mellett. John Mul
drow, and L. R. Jennings.
4th. Connuitittee on Pultry, pro
ducts of Dairy, Kitchen, &c., R. 13.
Cain, E. D. Prinle, and John
5th. Committee on products of
Loom Needle, and Implements of Hus
baniidry, Capt. .1. E. WVitherspoot. J. V.
Rembliert, anid H. 1). Bradford, dec'd.
6th. Conmmittee on yields of Cotton
and Potatoes, root Crops &c., W.
Mills, J. .1. Knox, and II. Wells.
7 tl. Committee on vields of Corn.
Rice, Wheat, Rye, Oats, and other
small grains, John 0. Durant, Joseph
J. BOsSardA and L. 1. Loring.
8th. Colnmittee on specimens of
small gra n- exhiblited, with specimens
of Fruit, Vegctables and Flowers, Dr.
A lihot, T'1urner Davis, Sam'l J. Brad
lResolhed, That all stock or produce
exhiiAted ihr premiumms, shall be the
prio'perty (If mnci. bers of this Associa
tiou, and shall Ile the result of their
own I at Or: or in other words, that
a fine (tlt, I log, Cow, &c.. belonging
to another idividual, or brought fIrom
nM ad.:uoining )trict cannot be put on
exhibition 1;ur a premium.
WMI. IlAHRIS Pres't.
J. ). BLNaNIN, Secretary.
Su.aterviile, 'Sept. 5th 1853.
A Plnce for Mccianics.
In Memphis, elnnessee. There is a
great scareity now of good mechanies
and cisequently prices have advanced
to a very hiizh r:te, tihe Whigs says;
noore particulaily is this: true of'
brick insIIs, as there is pres
sing demliands; f'or at least thirty or
forty, to cai ry onl work already corn
ieneed and itider contract. Master
builders are afraid to contract any fur
ther, foir fear they will not be able to get
hands. uick miasons are IcOw getting
fi-om 63 to 4 per day and cannot even
lie had at these Il ic,'s.
Intelliget'ce, Per' higardz.
The Eastert qti!stion is said again
to have g.L into a c6mplicated con
dlition, in cunsequence of the war party
having obtained the ascendancy in
Turkey, thus giving Russia another ex
case f.Ar po-;tjotning the settlement of
the dillicnity. The Turks, also, begin
to neeuSC Fraiee and England of cOW
ilrdice in the matt er. The Sultan has
called 'nmt eighty thousand of the
reserved thirei s. It is stated that the
Ptet( is will ing. thbat the Principalities
shoul d b e forme td into Independent
States, uinder the protection of the
Thei:. stp-tndons~i remains of rTebes
ini tI per E':;ypt, wvhich presented ini
every iespec'tt the fintest collectioni of
antetiut mionumeiints existingr in the
worlmd. hatve be-en nearly destroyed by
an earth ,uake.
Thle export, of Breadstuffs has gen
erally beenc pro'hibited by the gov..
crnm, uits of' Eu.irope-inideed riots
have ''ccutrredI in Belgiumi in conse
quecet ofi the high pice~-t of grainm.
A drice- f'riom Chitna staues that the
failtirei of theI i hptrial ist f'ores to re.
ain (In g-Kl\ian-FVoo wtas regarded as
decisive i''the lite of' the Emtpire.
Th'le aruo y oft thle inms'trgents had1( left
Naint for Pekiin, but had been subse
\Ve le:n~ that rte bridge aerios's the
Lit Ih: l'ee De)ei is Comnpltted, and that
rn iotr :tabout \V ednuesdiay next the car's
will r-ss5 it. Th'lis will shorten the
presentt statg 1 line abouflt tour' iiIes.
Tihte eniergit it'ea otratetors of te road
expeict. and have the facility, to' com-.
lplete the uintishied 'art ot' the road
iEawrneusei~i.-T.he New Orleans
T'ru- i elita ot' Mlonday repIorts that an
-artIi :h lahd taken place-aloing the
Laket thore ofi Louiisiania. It was mtost
tiulet at lBilotxi, wherre it caused eon
sideI''lhe dfaimage aind alatrm. Th'le
hi nies weret'L rocked severely.
METx-.-ThIle fb lowing Is' ant extract
fromt a coiitnm-ecal Nther, tromt Ant.
wIr, deed At ogint :;d, received by
Mr. \Venkehuani, of Haltimtore:
'[he (iuitemen-it in the graitr mtark
4t i4 as gi eat ias it, wa ts in 181t;iaand
I18-17, :and the~ pr-i-es ate 'otIinual ly
nivaningmt. S~toctk ton hand smial!, anid
to s-lleris; bunt au large biisiness is donte
in ca rgoe'ms of u heat in der way from the
lHaltic', at pictes fromi 14 1-2 to 15
utilders. Thle dieitatd for' wheat fo~r
-x portat in, piarticu larly t:o Franece,
whetre the ciops are represented to be
l ighte r and'. the stock smaller thani in
Grneat excitementt exist-s in Sacra
tttettto, intC een-euence of the discovuery
otf quiati ties- of' gold ntear the ti argin
'f the Sit utgh. Muiltitudes have en
p~gedI itee digginigs. ait1nd hae staked
at claims and (conuntenced ope~rationis
reguilar-ly. It is thought these deposits
ire merely tr-aces of some of' the min
ers camps in 1849. A tow days will
reea te ruh
'. Wo sunpaats .
11 0 W. s , is, ' Iindid object by
-i ht, whed illunrtatedaind revlvling,
as it will now be seen during what
one of our'city contemporai-es call the
"evening session." We understand
that there is but one other spelieren of
the kind in the United States,-that
on the Flokida coast.
The Power's statutes have been
turned with their backs to the public,
and present a whimsically awkward
appearance, very poorly compensated
for by the little better light thrown up
The Minerllogical dEpartmefit is
getting in order, and will be opened
The Machinery lags. There is a
great deal of it already on exhibition,
but a great deal more awaiting the
dilatoriness of the exhibitors or per
sons charged with the duty of putting
it in order. This is unconscionable.
Exhibitors who secure space, arld oc
cupy it for weeks with piles of rusty
iron, or delay occupying it at all until
the exhibition has been opened two or
three months, abuse not only the As
sociation but the public.
Prominent in the machine arcade,
are the various patterns of Centrifu
gal Pumps, one of which makes the
admirable fountain which sometimes
plays for a few minutes, in the aisle
leading to the machinery; (admirable
in power and capacity only we beg to
be understood. It might and should
have been as beautiful as it is colos
sal in volume.) There is no means
of setting water in motion artficially,
Imong the innumerable pump finily,
to be compared to this. Tih larger
sizes, such as that used for the fount
ain, disgorge at the rate of about two
bu rels of water per second, and are
incapable of being choked or disorder
e-1 by any kind of ruobish, thrown out
sand and even stones, without the
Dick's remarkable machines-not
yet old enough to lose altogether a
title to novelty-are anoig the most
attractive objects to visitors; in par
ticular the great boiler shears, slicing
up half inch iron plates, as if they were
silk ribbons. The peculiarity consists
in a highly scientific as well as inge
nious arrangement for realizing con
centrated power without the large
loss by friction resulting from other
contrivances for the same purpose, of
which the connection of different sized
wheels, is the most availalde and
ustuil. The compactness and cheap
iiess (if the arrangement, render it ap
plicable and peculiarly convenient, for
every imaginable use, from a cheese
press to a machine for moving moun
RENTs IN NEw- oRK--A New.Yoit
corresp-udent of the National intelli"
gencer has the 'ollowing statement rel
ative to the enormodis amounts paid for
rent in Yew-York.
"I am perfectly dstotlslied at the
rate of rents in this city. I know a
sinigle bdmedn room on Wall street;
to reach which you niust decend five
or six steps from the footway,- with a
low tent'oot ceiling, and the room not
more than thirty by twenty feet, which
rents for $0,000 per annum. A lot
twenty-five feet by se--enty-five, as
high up on Broadway as the carner otf
Fultoni street, was recently leased for
twenty-n years at $14,500 per an
uno, at the end of' which time the
groumnd landlord is besides to have the
building which is now being erected on
it, and which *1l1l cost $2i0.000. A
building on Broadway, immediately
adjoining Trinity ebarch-yard, fort~y
f'eet fr'ont and two hundred fecet deep,
openting onl a Side alley, and cut up in
to corridors and~ otliceq, brings an ag
gregato renit of $600 per annum:
and a gentlenmn, who has built himi
self' a splenidid dweclinmg as high up in
Biroadway' as the neighborhood of' Un
io~n Square, at least two miles above
the City Hall, says he plainly sees that
he mnust be0 driven away in a few years
by the encroachment of' hotels, stores,
and3( shops, and told me he had already
been offered a rent of $ 10,000 per an
nm~im for' his house."
IIo~MEwARD BoUND.-The New York
Ike'ald of' thie 13'th inst., mentions thait
the cool weather of the few days pre
v'iuus had started the summner birds con
the wilng. The city was full of stran
ger's en route froin the watering places,
hom eward lboun:d. The Jer'ald men
tions that one train came in, the day
previouis, over the New Ihnven road,
numlberin~g fiftecen cars, all filled with
RascALL smosroN.-We under
stand thait a barrel of' rot-gnt was sold
to a rum shop kecper' in Blennettsville,
S. C., somre time ago. A month or so
after the liquor was all draw~n (out,
some person knocked in the head of
the barrel; whent it was found to con
tauin tobacco sufl'icient to have made
f;ourteen& llugs. This was put, in to
color the whiskey.
"D~on't pumt any more water in that
War Rn~nan IEF~T.-The
city of' Louisville, Ky., in 1838, had
niot, a single railroad running into her
limits. Since then she has subscribed
to dlifferenit roads to the amount of
three millions of'dollars. The value of
the property in Louisville in 1848,
when she entered upon the grand
scheme of railroad building, was a lit
tle over $16,000,000; now, after
five years only, it is a little less than
*:i,000,000, anid the city was nev
er increasing macre rapidly in popula
tion, and never exhibited more eviden
ces of general prosperity.
ALL GoNE.-The Table Rock, at Ni
agara, is now all gonti, the piece which
fell on Friday being the last of it. It
is not supposed that any one was buried
beneath t'hn fallen mass
Waenhen ,gp O
on --the gybbloe, J-1 y ilg
duktelleht healtha~ h figof 58years
of ige, aldip"till tisin asatninf
perpetual th'ist Th sIdividual i
luded to, I eaveryu aspect ift Whith the
case nay be examiuned, it I# remarka.
ble, drid perhips u;parplleIed, hatite
annals of physiology. In barly infan
cy, the quantity of water hi consumed
was so large is to astonish those~ ho
witnessed it. A development In site
and weight of' the body required a cor
responding increase in the quantity of
his aquatic potations. Under ordinary
circumstances, three gallons of water
is rather a short daily allowance for
him, and it would be impossible, it
seems, for him to live through a night
with lees thnan a pallful. With this
ininiense amotint of cold water daily
poured Into the stomach, Mr. Webb
has been in good health and spirits.
We leave the statement of these curi
ous filets, inembarrassed by eortnient,
and simply ask of learned editorial
friends the probable cause of this un
satisfied thirst.-Boston Medictl and
A German writer says that "the
people of the United States can blirst
inofe steamboats and chew more to
bacco than any other five natiohs of the
globe." This man must hAve travelled
among us with his eyes open.
Por the flanner.
I AM COMPOSED OF-15 Lft-rrns.
My.10, 11, 7, 2, is a town in Afaine.
My 5, 7, 11, 2, is a Lake in New Mexi
My 15, 2, 8, 11, is a county in TenhUs
My 1, 3, 12, is a number.
My 6, 11, 13, is an island among the
My 4, 5, 4. 1, 12, is a lady's name.
My whole is what every fainily should
have in the District.
Answer nexrt week.
Dr. McLasses Versa1f1uge.
Z-UDuriig a practice of nore than
twenty years, Dr. McLatse had attended
innumerablo patientts afllicted with evcry
forim of wori disease, and was induced to
apply all the energies of his .mind to the
discovery of a Vehniftige; br-forn destrny
er, certain in its effects; the result of his
labors is the Anorican Worm Specific,
now before the public, which is perfettly
sale, and may be given alike to childrens of
the most tender agei or to the aged adult;
it purges mildly and subdues fever, and
destroys worms with invariable success.
jt is easy. of administration, and as it does
.not contait mercury in any form whatever;
no restrictions arc necessary with regati
to.drinking cold water nor is it capable of
lojegzhe Wiet inj-toh Ited tjafsti
An incredible number of wormss inti ti;d6
expelled by this great vermifuge.
051f Purditasers *ill p~lease be ecardful
to ask foiDR. McLANE'S, CELEB3RA
TED VERMIFUGS, and take nonse else.
All other Vermifuges are Worthless. Dr.
McLane's genuine Vermnifuge, also his
Celebrated Liver Pills, can noiv be had at
all respectable Drug Stores in the United
Stases, and Canada.
The above valuable Prepasratiott for sale
by the Aguinis, P. M. COHEN & CO. Im
porters and Dealers isn DRUGS AND
MEDICINES, No. 29, Hayne at. Charles
toi S. C.
Mr. Editor: Ploase an
unounce Capt. P. M. BUTLE~R, as a Can
didateo to rep~resent Clarendon in the House
of Representatives, at the ensuing Blection
Sept. 19, 1853. 47 tf
Office WiI. & Man, R. R. Co,
Wit~ssaos, N. C.,
-14th Septemn'r, 1853.
T HE Stockholders of thd Wilmington
and Manchester Rail Road Company,
are hsoreby notified that the Nineteenth
(19) Istalment of FIVE DOLLARS per
Share is reqnired to be paid by the fitrst of
Octoher, 1853; and the TWVENTIlTiI
(20) andI LAST1 INSTALMENT of FiVE
l)OTLI.ARIS per Share on the thirty-first
(;31st) day of December, 1853.
By-order of the Board of Directors,
JOH N McRAE, J.. Treas'r.
Sep 21, 153 47 1mn
(EWatchmnan please copy one month.
LAND FOR SALE,
That valuable and well known
1 ~place. DUBOSE'S BJRDE,
on Lyniches Creek, three miles '~
from Bishopville, containing '700 acres
lying on both sides of said Creek. Theore
is two handsome situations on the same
one in Darlington District; the other in
Sumter. I deem it useless to enter intoa
description, ias the purchaser must and will
be Ihis own jndge. About 250 acres ol
cleared land ; good range for Hlogs or
Cattle. Said land will be sold low, and oni
accommodating terms. Possession givesn
on the first day of January next. For fur.
ther particulars, apply to the subscriber on
Sep 10, 1853. 47 1 ltlj
Ahighly improved Farm in the vicinity o
Sumnterville, containing uabout two hu'n
dred acres of land, only fifty of whi is
cleared the balance being~ well wooded.
Said Farm has on it a commodious f)well
iung House, nearly new, with Stables and
suitable Oustbuildings all in fine order.
Also a Gardeni in a high state of cultivation
andl a fine Fruit Orchard. Te'rs libers).
Apply at this efhice,.
Sept. 21, 1853, 47 tf
of er s
cnusIry .tra, c
Stock. Ur pbckWi
is coinplete; emb
theoir line. :Als&.
hlato and Capu,B0dots 4
All we ask is foibuye' I
ind for themselves.,
invite the attention of'
GRO GOODS; Keriej a
Woolseys, Blankets, St es, and
Montey can be saved by callin -'40 Us'
our ITOCK IS LARG Ea dr .
termined to Sell.
TINDAL & W rvoA N
Sept.21, 185M. -7-t
OF Orders issued by Col. T. M; Bake
0 Board of Officers assembled at, sum
terville this day, to decide' itair hested
election for First Lietenang idedM
Troop-present at tle BoardC. T. p.
Baker, Alaj. John T. Green, .The'Beard
decided that the eloction was void, becaund
the managers were ndt appbinted detf. -
ing to law.
THOS A. 5AKPR4
Col. 5th JIeg't. Cava
JOHN T. GREEi
Mfaj. Bilh ReA
Sept. 14, 1853.
In pursuance of Orders froinl Cols 1
Al. Baker, an electinn for First Lieutengnto
of the Claremont Troop will be - held .'i
Suiterville, on Saturday, the 8th of Octo
ber next, to fill the vacancy Oocasioedjje fi
the promotion of Lieutenant 1.. C. Webb.
Poll to be opened at eleveno'clockj A.
Mi, and elosed 4at three, P. Af.
Capt. It. C. Webb and Anthony jWhiti
are hereby ordered to manage said election.
JOHN T. GREEN,
BMajor East. Squad. Cavalry.
Sept. 16 47 3rtd
T O the Jail of Sumter on the 8th Sept'r4
a negro man by ihe name of ENOCH j
said to be hired to Solomon Watson near
Bishopville, who is req:ested t6 come rnrz
ward pay expenses and tak6 hi'm front
C. D. VAUG HAN, Jai.or.
Sep 13, 1853. 47 t
Bagging, Rope andt Twines
UST RECEIVED and for stle low by
BUTLER & NEWBERY.
8ep Q1 47 &tf
Prize -ALre Seed Rye...
For sale at A. I. MOSES.
Sept 20, 1853. 47-tf
SO. CAROLINA--SUMTER DIST.
By W. L E W 18, sq., Odinar for aid
Whereasi Francis H1. Mellett, hath ap
plied td nie for Leelies of Aiiniaraig
on all arid ljngttlar the'goodkrand hat.
tels, rights ahd c-editors .61fJ.,L Mellett
late of thd aid 'Dit'rict, deeased.
These are; therefore, to nad adnip;
.h 1all'andi 'gpJart d'
tors of the said dece, to be A' a
before me at our'ztiet Ordin'y's Coaurt'
the said I.istrict.tibe 11oldda-at 8uutdeg
Court Hotdse ozVpFriday the -2Itd dAy of
Sept. inst., to ihr'y cause. if afif; it
the said adinittrtation shudf o
granted. uneshud otd
Giventnde my hand add seale 7.tbia
13hday of Sept. in tihe yEst-gif
[r.. s.] our Lords one thousatld eight'ius
dred antd fifty-titreet st ~in (he
77th year of Ameridant Indepens.
WV. lEBWIS, .. . n
Sept, 14th, 1853.4-,2
So. aroina-a8uiir Ife~
Bly WV. L E WI8, Eq., rdnarfr~a
W HE REAS. Turner Davisd bath tpplI~Ls
to me for Letterst of Adminiatrauon :en't~~ s
and singular the goods and Lhattles, righte.~
and creditors of Atma Davis1late of the "
said District, decemed,
Thuese are, therefore, tb dite and admnltt.
ish all and singular1 the- kindte4 and cr9lie
tore of the said deceased1 to bie atud appear
before mnq at our next Ordinary's Couart for
the said Districts to be holden at Sbrmtett ~r
Court House en Friday the 23d day of ~
Sept: inst.1 to show caus~.-f any,why
the said administratiunshldob rat
ed. eudotbmt 4
diven undet' my hand and adl, thie
13th day of Sept. in the ear of
[r.. s.) our Lord, one thousantd eight hun
dred and fifty-three,.ahd in te 77th .
year of American- Indenerndence.4'
W, LEWVISo. i. Da
To the friends of our cause t'brodghoutj
elaveoholding~ State we appeal. " Thei ws'
turat Association of .the Planting Stx*
for its object the defusion of kneswled6wi
apJ*ertains to all br'anches of Agriulttartfad
of our pectillar lrtstititutlorts. We desire S tese
bond of fellowship, that we meay devel onu
sources and be united as one man in ali ter
It has boen said that "the 'world is agaldet
us?'" Be it so; the world, *0 know, is desda
ant on us, and we glory in our pestion. Let
us he true to ousseIves and alt wil bewaell
1n the discharge of our duty as "Exeentlve I
Council" of the Associhtdon," -we have fied
the time of the neit meeting of thle Assoelaieui
to be on Thursday, the first.db.y oft Sptembr
next, at Columbia, 8. C., whIdhtwUIl ba daring
the firat week of the session of the J.eglslature
of that Stt.Foeve lavehlding State q
gentlemen ofdsicio v en aid to
by us to present addreseosc.ogessays be re the
AssoeatIon on the variodis stibjects of inteet
connected with it.
To the Southern piress *. also appal and
we hope that every riekspaper' Wil not onty
publish titis circular, bts will give their ableot
eftorts to tis cads., time and again, in their ad..
We earnestly deslte that all who 4bel him.
portance of the work before ~ d whle-d
vance and firmly establ~I .AsiIsou
will send forwar their nanMtdiuae
fee, which is "five dollars," o1.? .Vid.
Seeretary, Lockland P. .'abamS.' Ih
funds thus rutisedl are to be a'ppied to the publi.
cadon ofalt addresses ad / fpf dtation
distribution In hook qsianpkt Ibtutm U
E. A. H~ortr ~ab.t
B.S. Bis, lbw,
1.lH.Y ou isspp
WVA LERA.hI*SO tsoleorkl
A. G. Ssata~,s Suth Carp,
Jae. . CHAuNa, -G~crg
Gxo. IR. GrLatER. Georgia,' President, e* e
N. B3. CA-ounAa~a,S8e3 r aqh,
tyi Aa~eA t 3S, 1853.
MuD* aerl. i~n t ate friendly todq e r
cause or Sthe Iitrwiats ill obli the l1st
eontiveCg tl a te