A GAi ICtLI T A L
From the Amariean Cotted Platter.
n,,t. CLOU D "Some pen
.are wise, im rie'aie other.
tois" ~.There is a or"fl iass o'f i en
\ho till the-'esrth, who strikingly illus.
trdto' thi' pregiiat truth. A lesson
in aglo4 tflorned from a father
brtiy yereg jgo, is often practiced by
the son long.after wiser heads have
discarded it as more than useless. If
X would practice the moral les.
Ag'ii taught us by our parents with
only half the pertinacity with which
we cling'6 their errors in farming, we
should .l4. made happier and bet
There is a class of farmers (furtu
bahtely for our reputation, not so nu
mefous now as forty years ago) who
turn up their self-conceited noses at ev
y mnention of improvements in agri
lture a's the rCesult of scientific inl
vestigation. It is lidic-rons, indeed,
to aze with what holy L.orror they turn
up their eyes at the mere mention of
an agricultural pape r; ard if you talk to
theni about the chemical analysis
of plants and soils, of gasses and the
like, you almost throw them into
spasms.-Not long ago, an appeal to
bne of these stubborn iviseares in be.
half of the "Southern Ciiltivator," par.
tieularly recoinnnding it as under the
editorial management t' Dr. Lee, one
of the ablest chemists of the day was
hnswered thus: "Dr. Lee be :
What does he kitow about icultivating
born and cotton? But hu nevcr plough
L-d.a day in hds life." Afid what is
most provoking, these ultra wise get]
tiemen actually believe that the
whole world-a very few excepted
agree with them that "book fiarming,"
as they fiacetiously term it, is the
very supreme of the ridiculous!
But, Mr. Editor,'I must to my task;
which isjo detail, substantially, a cona
versationw vhich I had, not long since
ivth an old gentleman, my neighbor,
who has been cultivating the soil ut.
rbmittingly foir the last sixty or sev
enty years. He was sitting on his
*feice and inspecting about a dozen
of plows, preparing to plant corn.
"Good morning, neighbor C.," said
; "preparing to plant corn. I suppose."
"Yes," lie replied; "doing something
of the sort." "Well," I added, don't
got.think your plow are running rath
er too shallow?" "Not at all, not at
all. I never suffer my land to be
ploughed deep; twould ruin it, sit-, ruin
it." "You astonish me, neighbor
0.," said I; "have been taught that
deep ploughing is one of the very best
means of preserving my htnd; and that
It even makes it more productive."
"All a, mistake, sii, if you want
your land to wash dway bodaciously,
plow it deep add you'll soon have
none to plow." "But, my dear sii-,"
said I, rather testify, "surely a simall
quantity of loose earth is more easily
washed away than a larger and deep
or mass, and the deeper your loose
earth i% the more water it will absorb
befor& it begins to run off." "All a
mistake, sir," ho continued; "depend
upon it, it's all a mistake. Now look
at Afuggurnery's (Montgomery) farm;
he plows deep, and what has lie made
by-it?" "A better farma than eithmer
yours or mine," replied I. This rathi
er settled thec old gentleman, anid
he brought the conversation to a close
by intimating that "I had better
buy Aluggunmery's lanlhtationi then."
Now, this old gentlemaan, Doctor, is
a type of a class unfortunately, evena
yet, too numerous amongst us; and
I fear it will require munch tinme anad la
bor to make the numiber much less.
There is a prejudice (a very silly' one
to be sure) against what is called "hook
farming," and consequently, againas
agricultural periodicals. And I ama som
ry to add, that while I regard this
prejudice, in the extent to which it
is carried, as not onaly weak and
foolish, but fatad to all rapid implrove
mnent, it haas yet someC foundation in
*-uth. Trhe cacoethes scribendi, or sonie
less innocent maotive, to" often lead]s
our brethren of* then lw to give
through our agricultural journals, the
result of their crude exl periments be
for e they have beenm thoroughaly tried.
Noexperiment iamnagricultnmre enn be
en tirely reliable before it has beeni,
at least twice repeated. A new spe
oles of corn, or cotton, or wvheat, or
something else, has been tried, with
sil the advantages which an intense
anxiety to mak e it suddeed, canm give
it and 4hereupon, it is forthwitha hecrald
ed to the world through somec of our
agricultural journals as thec wonder of
the age! Every body is agog to get it;
A few trials prove it a hmn n cg: and
thuas, with thinking menm, all conifidentce
ini such publications is destroyed.
These thigs ought not be so. Ouirsiis
cmphatically an experi mental science.
With the lights of science to guide
us, we must experiment, if we wouhl
improve. But wve should with hold
our results until the-y havec beenm
repeatedlj verified-T1hen, tinid not
till then, may we saf'ely communeate
them to the public.
CLOD TMU fF R'.
N. B. I am trying one of our
uiative grasses, which affords sonie
promise of being valuable for win
ter grazing. When I have proved it
to be such, I will communicate it to
you; if it turns out to be valueless, I
shall keep it to myself. C. T.
CURING PEA Hav.-As the season is
now at hand for eiring this valuable
provender, we cannot, pei'haps, renider
many of our planting fiencds a' mnore
'acceptible service thana by gi ving them
the method of N. 13. IVoore, esq. who
is more successfual in taking good' hay
from pea-vines than any farmer wve
know of. WVhen cured by this pro.
00s9, the leaves are retained on thc
vines, andi it forms a most valuable and
nutritious food, of which horses, cat
tie and sheep are exceedingly fond:
"!Cut any time from blooming till
the pod is filled; -bunel up .tbe
same day in 'cock'" the siz6 anid
siapo of a barrel, as near as you cai:
a little wilting (say 24 hours).4ill set
tie them to the dimensions. of a bush.
61 basket. After two days' sunning,
just at night, turn them over let them
take' the sun two days nore, tlien
"double up" in stack form- abont
the size of a large -hogshead. . At
the end of ten days, Vthu weather, is
aihvorable, they niay be housed, which
should always be done in tho heat of
the day, to avoid dampness in the
least degree. Ifyou encounter rain in
the process, by. no means allow your
han-1s to pull them down, as it is in
this way that the leaves are removed
and the vines prevented from Shed
ding rain, as they will do, excepting
a fikful on top."-Southern Cultiva
FARMERS IZAISE YOUR OWN HORSES
AND MULE.-It seems to us very
strange, that while the fariners (if every
other State in the Union are turning
their attention to the raising of their
own hoiess and nules, thone in South
Carolina still continue to dependent up.
oil other States til their supply of this
kind of stock. We have frequenitly
called the attention of individuals to
this it alter, and they say, as a general
uhing, that it, will not pay; but wh n
weask them if they have ever tried it,
they answer in the negative. WVe
conteid that by proper inanagmenit
it will pay; theie is nothing" either in
the cli nate or products oF our State
to prevent it. Tihe aiount of mtioney
aniually earried oit of this State fIor
horses aid inules no.:Id, if consumed
tip, be ahnost inicredible. This is no4"t
a grood policy to buy abroad what eii
be raisCd at honne-and in this cLaC
our- farmers have been guilty of' iin
plroper conducet lon.mg enol;;,b. Like
every other kind of' business, it i1nUst
have a beginning, and every thing
should be in rtaldiness before an at
tempt is made. A farmer who inade
this his business inight every year na
nure ricihv a larre fitrm front his horses
and nules alone. In other States a
large number of firmners make stock
raising their chief business, and in most
cases they accumulate large fortunes,
and a great deal of' their inoney they
carry froin South Carolina. In order
to bring this matter more plainly be
Ibre our readers, and to show the thing
as it is, we would ask thenI to notice
for one year the droves of horses and
inules which pass through tile county
town of the couiity in which they live.
ve hope that the fariners of our State
will look into this itnatter, and that
maliy of then will turn their at tention
to the ra sing of intules and horses.
FOR TAX COLLECTO.
Mn. EDIToR :-Plea.e aninounce Mr.
ROBERT W. DURANT, a candidate
for Tax-Collector of Salem County, at the
next election, and oblige
JaniAry 14, 1652 13-tf
BS The friends of Capt,
P.M. GIBBONS uannounce himx a candi
date for the office of TJax-Collector fo.r
Salem County, at the ensuing election anid
oblino M~sv VoTExis.
October 1 015.
FOR TVAX C:OILLECTIOR.
0~ rIThe Frniendsh of Dan
IEL M~ATH'IS~, Esqi., anmnounice hiim as a
caudidate for T1aix Collector for Cluremont
Coiiunty, at the ensuing election.
Feb. 8th, 1853 15-td
6cv'1Mr, Editor:-You will
plaeannounce WiLLIAM II. HRN J
SON as a cainlhdate for the Office or Ordi
nary of Sumater District, at the ensuing
A pril 27lh, 18f52 '27-tf
F"O1R C LE RK.
(Ti We are authorized to
anniounice T1. .i. DINIlNS, t'iq., a C;anidalte
for Clerk of thce Couri, am the~ esiuin' el'ectioun.
A prIl 16th 1851 -5if
0zr Mrl. Editor: PIcasec an
nounmce Mr. J. J5. McK(ELLARi, a (Candi
date for Clerk of' thle Couri, for Sumoter
District, aond oblige Many VoTEUS.
A pril 13, 186'2. 25--tf
'if W. 3. N. Hlamini-r are desirous or put.
I ing him inminonuat ion for tihe Otlic'e oif
Clerk of It. Court of Sumter District, at
the ensuing election.
May 21, 18531. 30)-tf
93The Friends of MVr.
JOI IN F. JUNE, an iuounce hiom as cani
dtate for SheriWf of Sumter Distr ict at the
96 We are authorized
to announce A. E. I'OOL~ as a 'candites
for ShieriWrof' Sumter District at the eniso.
Decembe!r 21, 1852' 8--tf
Mr, Editor :-Please an
nounce JOHN N. McLEOD) a candidate
for Sheriff of Sumter District and ob
lige MANY Fan-:NIs.
June 20th, 185' 5'-t
Mr. Editor: Please &n
nounce Col. R. F. IJICKSON ais a canrdi
date to repiresent Claremont Couuty in thec
next Legislature and oblige
June 2.4, JR53 3
Mr. Editor, You will please
announce through the columns 01 your pa
per, the ,dame of JOHN S. RtICLIARD).
SON, Ja.,- as a Canditate to represent
Cla remnont County at the niext election for
the State Legislature, and obligre
.anpt 7. 105::. lb td
B i D I E
OR the permanent cureo.f Liver Cmn
- plaint,' Dispeaoi, Jatnldiex. l ldigi-s
tion, Norcous ljentlache, Pe bi.tv, atid all
diseases arising fretai disordt ,-, liver,
atonach or intestines, th? UA(ME DE
VIE, manufactured by CIIARIL S 1)E.
LORME, of Suintervilie, '3. C., h..s no su
perior. U is uhrivalltd in itsexelle.e
as an external remedy for Burns, Scaldsi,
BruiseA, Cuts, &c.
- 11T Full directions accompany cach bot.
BOATWRIGHT & RARKULOO,
Wholcanle Agent, Columbia, S C.
F' Those de.4irons to purchase can
also find the lanne de Vio at Mr. John
M. Chandler's Store, near the To-. n Hall;
Sumterville, S. C.
The subscriber drens it un-ecessary to
recommend his nielicusm any further tmia
this--that. any ono who lia once thormagh
ly tried it. wl! never lie w.lahout it when it
can be had.
August 24, 1I83. 43 tf
New and Unrivalled
Railroad Route to
the North, Via the
Wilasin..oi anid Maill
Tlrou'gh in. the same time with the
Great NortherniC Mai!,
AND A VOI1DI.VG SE1 A SCK.YESS.
IlAVELLERS tare respectfully informed
that On. liin.!rel itni Thirty mtiles of
the Wilmiain anit Mwahielitster ltailroa I are
Completed tjd in FnceeWful operatiou, am con
lectiolns ive been forned by first class Four
IlorSe Post Coaches o vear the unfinished part of
the Road. The tolUl!owing is the schedule:
LeatVe Augnsta at - - 6 a. n.
" Winiigton at - - 8 a. mn.
Arrive at Weldon at - 3 p. n.
"& " Baltimore at- - 6 a. m.
" " Philadelphia - 1 p. I.
"9 " New York at - 6-30 p. in.
Time front Augusta to Wilmingtoi, 26 hours.
." Wilminagton to New York, 31-.30
[ ' At Wilminigton the connection is made
with the 8 o'clock u. m. E.rpress Train.
;..11 At Weldon, passceiers can have choice
of floutes, either by Seahuard and floatinole
itailroad and Hay Liie of Steamers, or by Rail
Road through Petersiburg, hiehimonid, and
vashington city. to laltimore. Throingh Tik
eta by either of these lines can be purchased in
L_$7' Throug hI Tickets front Montgomery to
Charleste nt will be received on the South Cars)
lna Itailrmad, ble twien Augusta anu the Wil
mington and Matuhiester Itailroad.
Passeigers desirous of g.oing Narti by
th aute wili have their thaggaLgeU cimeckd at
Augrusta to the Wihnington and Manches:cr
g Any other information can ba obtained
of Dr. J. L. Keen, Ageit at Augusta.
L. J. FLEM ING,
Sup. Wil. and Manchester ttailroad.
Rail Road Notice,
'NGtNEEt'S (Fce, & .\an. R. I.
Jtliv 10, P153.
ON and after this ditte, thn- Mail arid
Passenmger Tiains wil tein dat'iylis follows:
Letvo M-rs IBiluff i.iion at 1.30 A. A.
". Tioesi! 4 20 "t .
" NItchester " 4.4 "
Atrrive nt Juniction " 5.0)
Leave Jntnction at 2:h1.M
" Lynchbuirg ' . *
Arrive at Stars BlufT Statu it' 5
*Or await the artivtl af th. .l.I r un
on the Snnth Cat ulialt ILi adm e untl
10 o'chock'. M.
L. J. FI.EllNG,
Rest. Erng'r. &c.
July 10th, 185335 t
Something Entirely New
lIn the wa~y of~ I lahes' :tai (etaieia.nt's
thmug limnt) Mi1au.ts do. wii h a genteral as
sortiment oif Geits. line hloo:a anid Shoecs.
If the Ladies wash to get the bittest style
of Gaiters :and walkoig shoes out, just call
hU.T'LER & NEWR'I1llY.
June 7th, 185 :---t
JU IST received 'rimn Batltimtore
1 5,000I Sega rs--ceice ituds.
hBUTLER~ & NE\\'IUlY.
Mamy 10th, 1852 28--tf
T1het sbcibor having disconauttnnedl then hDrug
Iltsinaess will deve- his ni hle tme to te prac.
Lice~ of tmedicene. Te~l~ wis.hiing his ,rofessitn-.
inl survics will find him ant all mtie at his rei
dhence ini the Villege.
R.S. MELETT , M. 1)
Jan. 10 1853, I1....)
W, At KENT & 1YIITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
IE S'T A B LJ S HI N E N'T,
No. 268 King-street, cornler 01
Putrchasers will finad at all times afu
and coumplete stock of Gentt's.
READ YMADE CLO0THlING
W. A. ICENT. i. it. aiTrCn:.m
Maniuufactory 1 13 Wais.iagoa
Stores Ns Y
May 1849 30 t(f
W. 3, Jacobi & Son,
WV. J. JACOtI. N'A1 IIA NiJC. JACOD3
NO. 22.1 KINQ.STREETl,
(SEVEN'rl ST'onEi Altovt ZatAtKET-SrtEET.
Importers and Dealers in
F~oreign & Domesc'tic Dry Good
27 Otur custorns are ensnred Modera!
Rate and a strict adhorante to the Onec Pric
.il. 6, 18%2 11-tr
OFFERS for sale, for ciia, l3r in approved erec
and WELL SEL;ECTZD assortmtnit of EAMT IJbZA.
'R ENCH, INGIS HI A Nb A M.D RIC
SUJRGCAL INSTRUMENTS, PAINTS A
TRUSSES, (ALL KINDS) VARNISH]
PI."SARIUiS, " " DY; STUl
DRIUGUISTS LABELS, lRONZES
" .GLASS WARE, BRUSHES,
PATINT AMDICINES, WIaNow C
TnormrsoNIAN NXInCINEe, LAaUP AND'
SnAxI1ns' iERDS & RooTS, SOLAR. LAT
GAWiDEN SEELs, . S'LaIT Gal
COMPRISING THE STOCK OF .
Agent for the i
PATENT AND FAA
April oth, 1852. -
D. J, WINN
Has just received from Baltimore and Now
York, a large and well selected stock of
Es'oidelibtia, Cassiascres and
the ihwt and best that has ever been brought
to this market.
Ready rnade Clothing for Gents' and Youths,
ofevery qmlity and description. Ihaving,.e
lected the Goods, and had them inade up to or
tier, he can warrant the work.
Evory description and quality of Gloves; Dress
lints madne up to order; Caps, Silk Crnvate,
Silk Pocket Ihandkerchiefs and Neck Ties,
Linen Shirts, do. Collars, Merino Undershirts,
do. Drawers, with every article that Is worn by
gentlemen, which he oflers on reasonable terms,
and solicits a call fromI his oit eu-tunierm, and
I he citiz-- n of the Dist rict generally.
Su miterville, Nov. 15th, 1852 3-tf
iiE Subscriber havinig opened a gro.
cery uIderneath the Town Hall, designls
lee iiing conistantly onl hand. a supply of
licavy articles, such as
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Flour,
RICE, BUCKWlEAT, MOLASSES,
VINEGAR, BACON. LARD, BUTTER,
CHI ESE, MACKEREL. SALT, SOAP,
CANDLES, POTATOES, &c. &c.
In fact little of ttanst everything that is
jflod to eat; all of whit.. will be sold low
for cash, or in excliancge for country pro.
!tco. He pronsises to attend to his own
btisiress, and hopes by attending strictly
.hereto, to recoji.! a lberalt share of pa
: rona.--. . J. M. CHlANDLER.
March 15th, 1853 .0-tf
The Corn Exchange,
0' C 0 N NO R.
Who keeps on-tantly oin hand a lot of
DO1 M STICS at the lwest rates. G1R0
CERIES at Charleston prices for cash
1 -con, L.ird, Hllams. Bit ter and a larue sup.
ply if the best CIGARS and TOBACCO
sih ii lie will seii cieapewr tha any mer
hatt ii town, also just received 40 barrels
North Carolnia flour.
Jain. 1ith, 1853 12-1y
TilE subsc.. her would respect
mut fully m form.I his (Il frienrds an id the
-" . public. genieral ly, lint his Illote1 so
:anig kn~ow n the *'SUMTlER 110USE,"
iaga in openeed iim date, for the recep
Thels interal! : ire o:gmnents wvill undtergro
a zih' rough; repair, withx as little delayi es
po-.sib!L., atnelibe trusts thcit lis attetionii toi
the inu ort ofiht l:g'.i.-', wilhl merit an sht re
opn iica p:i; reniage. T1he su bscribier has,
almtat:e c'.,rg ofl the UilLI .1A RI) TA
nl~ienss, a'al "ill fturmish it wirhs all the
.wess.aries rinol c.;nvenien~ces that. lovers
of thle sport ani requtire.
M arch 8th,, 1853 19--tf
China, Glass And
H. E. NICHOLS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ASjt- received tdirect from the mnan
fatrers iin lEnglandl and France,
andu by recint veisel fromi the North, a
very csompjlete and varied assortment of the
ab ove namied GOO1)S, comsprisui itlI thes
ne w patternis and shapes; among wh'ich
WhhlT GiRANITE or STONEWVARE,
Clina: finish a superior article;
Blue and other Colored Ware, of new
Freiichl and Engli;nlh Chinta,- neir nhapes,
plaiin WVmte Gold and decoratedt ;
Ri Chinaz Dosner and Te'a-setts, and
bseaumi tiu l ainry Art icles in the hnei ;
Cut, Msonihiered and Polishetd Glaasware,
of every kinid;
anrd Parlor Ltiunp, a supesrio~r article;
Webbsl Pautent Oil arid Lard Latmps. a new
art iclec giving great higrt arnd brilliancy;
Tea TJrasys, best Tlable Cutlery ansd Pal.
ted Caistors, Spoons, Forks, &c.
1ion~sekeeping atrticlIes, itt great variety;
Crates of assorted Wares. of desirable and
new styles, by Wh'lolesale ;
P'ackages of 'Tonbiers, Flasksi, &c., how
by the package.
I huig complete arratinents for obtain.
ing our Goodsil direct lromii the mantifac
turersa we cant and will ofl'or rare indusce
mienlts, either by Whlolesale or Retail
Orders aztended to prompily. N~OS
Fine Cigars and Garden
Kept con stanst ly son handt by
Dr. WA..l.VS. DA1lWA N & CCO.
M ay 24th, 185;J. 30-.tI'
J. B3. N. HAMMVET,
ATT"JOlNEY AT1 LAW,
SUMTERtVILLE, S. C.
Office next door to J. B. & R. C. WVebb'e
New York Store.
March 22i 1S?3 21--if
it T TU o wZsT MARKT Pacs, a-largo
DETanag4gAN andal ?u an -
M ed ic in e s.
AN CIlEMIUALS OF ALL KINDS
RD OIL$" NP!CES
FS~, LAVOIRING EXTRACTS,
.. HAIlt DYE, .
rAss N#1 t AND TooTH*9QtV'8et2
NICKS .. CoNDs ANt 1AIR ma A1s11
1? A.ND S Oxx 0iLs, JVANcr SOArU,
AND CAMtHiAE, &C. &C.
I Liver Oil
.th every article
A. DRUGGIST bit PHYSICIAN.
(IL Y MDATzczyg.
Whatever concerns the health and happiness
of a people Is at all tianes of the most valuable
linportance. I take it for granted that every
p-rson will do all in their poA er, to save the lives
of their children, and that every person will oin.
deavor to promote their own health am all sacri.
fices. I fliee itto be my dity toslemnnly assure
you that Vaits, aendrdinag to the opinion of
the must celebrated Physicians. are the primary
causes of a large majority of diseases to which
children and adults are liable - if you have an
appetite continually changeahle from one kind
of food to another, Bad lBreath, Pain in the Sto
mach, Picking at the Nose, Hardness and Full
nless of the Hlly, Dry Congh, Slow Fevei,
Pulse Irregular-remember that all these denote
Won Ns,& you shouIld at once apply the remedy
obeamsack' Wora SVrup.
An article fuunded upon Scientific Principles,
compounded with purely vegetable substances,
being perfectly safe when taken, and can be
gvrn to the most tender Infant with decided
beneficial efbect, where Bowel Complaints and
Diarrhau have made themn weak and debilitated
the Tonic properties of mny Woran Syru p are
R.ieh, that it stands without an equal in the cati
logue of mediciies, in giving lone and strength
to the Stomach, which iaumkis it an Infallable
retnely for those afflicted with Dyspepsia, the
astomisling cures perforued by this Syrlp after
'hyRuciains have faile'l, is the best evidence ofits
superior eflictcy over all others.
'I lin s the most difficult Worm to destroy of
vil that inestt the human system, it groa to ita
alnmost indtlimte lengt h becouing so cile l eald
fasteied to tihe Intestines and Stomnachi ell'ecting
tI e health so sadly as to cause St. 'ittas IJituce,
Film, &c., that thove afflicted seldomn if ever
nspect that it is Tupc l'or hastening them to
uu early grave. li order to destroy this Worm, a
very energetic, treatment naust be pursued, it
would therefore be proper to take 6 to 8 of nmy
Liver Pill.,so as to remanve all obsiructions. that
the Wornk Syrup may act direct upon time Worm,
which iauttst he taken ink doses of 2 Tablespeon
fuls 3 titnes a day, these directins1 followed
have never been known to fail in curing the
tm1ost obstinate case of Tapc lu'rm.
IlobensiackNo Liv t'u Pille.
No part of the syetem is more liale to disease
than time LIV'Et, it serving as a filterer to puri
fy time blood, or giving the proper siecration to
thi hile ; so that any wrong tictaoni of tihe I.iver
ellects the uther important parts of the hyielem,
aind results variously, in Liver Coinplaint,
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c. We should therefore
Ivatlch every symptom that might indicate a
1rung action of tihe Liver. These Pills being
composed of RooTS and PLANTS furnish-h by
uaturu to heal the nick: Namely, lst. Ai Ex.
PECToItANr, wlich augme,.ts iIo secretion froi
the Pulmonary mucus mamibrane, or prunotes
the discharge ofaecreted matter. 2anad, An A .
KRNATIvC, which clanges it onte inexplicit.
bla and in sensiblemaaner the certain mortid
action of the system. 3rd, A Toxu, wlich
gives tone and strgth to the vervoiis systelu.
renewing liontt h and- vigor'to lal parts of the
body. 4th, A CATHAIT-rW whiicl acts in per
feat harmony with the other ingredients, and
operating on the Blowels, and expadhing time
whlole mass ofcorrupt ansd vitiated matter and
pumrifyinmg thme Blood, whmich destroys disase and
You wvill fimid thaese Pills atn insvaluable snedi
cinme in tmatay comsphlanta ton which you are sab.
ject. Itn obstrucatioans eithlier total or partial,they
hasve been, found of inest imnable heetift, restoring~
their fmunctionaal arranagetnents to a hmealthy ac
tiaon, pmifyingt the ldi atid other luids su
effectually to puat to flighat all coinlaintesh ich
amity arise frian fenaplt irreg utaritics, as heuad
ache, gairiaess, dimness mar sighat, pain in ilhe
side, back , &c.
None geanuinae utnless signied J. N. H~oDENsA cE,
all uthaers beig base iitationa.
Di" Agents wvishintg niew suipplies, and Store
K~ee peru desirous of becoming Agensts mtuat ad
dress thte Proprietor, J. N. IIlOBENSACK,
For sale by all Druggists and Merchtants in
thae U. S.
P. M. Cont EN, Charleston, Whoulesale Agent
fur thme State.
August 10th, 1852 ' 42--ly
Through Fare from Charles
TiON TO~ BALTlIM( REF $i50O;
TON P'HILADEL~IlIIA 17.60;
AND TO NEW-VoRK 62ti.
TH'IE GREATI MAILb ROUTEi l*UFR aI
C IIA RL E$'TON,- 8. C,
LEAVING theo Whiarf at the foot o
Laturense-ut. daily at. 3, p. mi. after thet
iarrival of thae Sothemorn cars, via WlIL.
MINGTON. N. C., tromn whmhl pmutm
two daily trains ate dlispatchecd at 8 A. M.
aitnd 2 P. M.; the 8 o'clock onal; connact hing al
Weldons with the hates to Petersburg
Ricaimnotd, \Vtashmingtnm, Blultimore, Plah
delpia~, atnd New-York. Th'ie pubbte i:
resptecftlly inaformued tidt thme steatae'rs o
thmese lines, are in first rate conadtion, amn
are niav~,ated by well knoawn atnd ex
permetnced cotmitmaders; the Rail Roadl
are in fine order, (time Wihningtt
and Welodonm. as well as the Seaboaarm
amid Roatnoke having recenatly beenm relait
wimh heavy Trail) therehy saecutrinag botl
safety amid desatt. By titese route;
ptassenagers availing thermselves of tim'
FlRETI TIR AIN mmay reach Baltimsore ii
40( hours. Phlmmadelphmla its 45 hsoursa, ana
New York ins 5th 1.2 hours;- and by thm
SECOND) T1RAIN thmey arrive its Bai
timanora in to haoura, lulladelphia ina &
hunts, amnd New-York ini lil 1-. hsours.
Trhrou'gr tickets can alosne be lad fron
E. WVINSLOWX, Agenst of the WVilmingta
atnd Rasleigha Rail Road Comspany, at tha
oflice of thn' Conmpany, foot maf Laumtren
street, Charlest, S. C., to whloam leas
Marcia 21, 1852. 22--tf
.Ar 'rHE OLD STAND 0O? B. & J'. CLnlER1
.countiaue thme CAR RJA (
-BUSINESS at the abot
stand-No. 35 and 40 Wen~itworth- stree
Charlesn-whsere they will be please'd'I
e~Ihibit to) their old friends and cutstomei
a very extensive 8t'ock 6f Ve~hicles,con
pr'ising th'ose of their owns asmaictur,
togethaer with various othier styles tuall
foumnd ini this market. Thseir long acquaini
ance with, tis market as manutfiacturei
anad dealeras will enabule them- to offer gre:
insduceaments to pu'rchasers boths in slb
a nd nrieos.
gappiess and 0o04e
escarce ithe pili
off Wk 111 1 ?dela '% roeorh
Olssse menjltots, 6 dru PC I hsw Grm
el oyn ent o ain a yoyasey
opnt py -o Ity sarting oft a "o$
,Iivf thr V 4 ofu s tse5S
years ore. pe ol gAi #ror e rit 41
in& ri ge-wee in it Sols 16M oi
a o co neglced.
IN AFTE, Y ARS,
When too late o be bneitted by ps1 knowledge, we .)ok
back and piourn, and reguet thle i cossequensces of *as
a o lawen tot~ give to "osam in early liii.
the ow seo tainin a r yeas!. sd Whai "Y6
ights o anguish vie igh no hare en spared if
kiowledge wa ie ypses t
MELANCIIOLY AND STARTLINU
To behold the sickness and suffering endured by many a
aoife for ibany ear fris canses slimle and Foutrollaile,
easily remeede-orlaetter stitl.-not ancarred .Ifesery
W1PFI AND )&i'kER
Po&seas tle inforaion otained In a little volte.
(within tie reach of all) which would spuirs to herself
And to her husband the constant toil and anxiety of miad.
ncscsrif ydevolving ysnhim from aicknes et othe wire,
wathowt e oportnitpf t- ing that com.
'Iofhc h exerdtonu anreu1 n and th*le es
a1a7 which would secure the e s'e of sef,
WI e, and children.
SECURiE TUE alEANs Or IiAPPMiR113
'By becoling in timne possessed iii. the knowledge, tIe
want or which hAs caused the sickness and poweaty of
In view of Ach consequente no wife or mother is
excsableif she neglec; to avai herself of that knuo.
ee. in respect to herself. Ic I would spare her u&ach
setuerinn. be the maeans.of hfebness anwt prosierityto her
husbanid, and conrer ua pn er e ildren that blessing sboe
i tlerce-laalthy bodes. s ith healthy minds. That
owledge is contained is a little work entitled
TC"E 5AM10EEE3 W@MAN8.
Private . Medical Companion.
BY DR. A. U. MAURICEAU,
raors8o or ny pasases ow woUssN.
One Hundrath Edifo. l8mo., pp, M. Pict 50 CesI.
(ox rurt Parla, kIraa atiOitr, 31 00.1
First publislled in 1847, and it is not
SURPRYAING Oik WONDvEPUL,
Considerin that EVERfY . PEMA.E,
WINETERII IARRIE )D O11 NOT; eas
here acquire a flull kilowJijt e of the
santure, enaracter and causee ow r cos
plulatt, with thu varlous syanptone, smad
IIALF A 3DZILION COPIES
should leare been sold.
It is ismpracticat.le to convey fully theq various suleis
treated u. as they are of a nature stricrly intended fui
tihe narried. or those contermilating ma iaes but no
female desirous of enjooying esalth. and that aty, ene
ieqerint vison health, wiich is so cotiducive to her own
h*ininess, and that or her husiand, but ,ither has or will
obtcain It, as has or will every leusband wino has the love
and af'ection of lis wife at lecaai, or that of his own PC
UPWARDS OF ONE huNDRED T1bOU
Iave been SENT tBY MAIL suithun the last low
CAUTION TO TIE PUBLIC.
BId NOT DEFRAUDED:
fuy no book unless "Dr. A. be. Nfauriceau,129
LUi.itv Streset. N. Y." Is on the titlo page, and the
entry In the Clerk's Office on the back of the title
pnip-; and! buy only of respectable and honorable
unles, or senal by mail, aud address to Dr. A. 51.
hinurleenu. as thro are spurious and aurreptitIons
Infriniguenents of copy-right.
LET EVERY WIPF AND HUSBAND
No exc ste for Igatorance. whe Tgasoranace
Il Misery to those we hold near astch
eiens-. and wsavhe to diepol otar Igntorasnce
let withlin osr reach.
To enable evory one to decide upon Uee indlc.
p. neare eivty of possessing a copy. and that no
wire, er mother need remat tinlefbrnmed upon thu
many cause, wich. sooner or later, are etlned to
mnake fearful ravages upon her headbth, unles guardeeel
na.ainst. and that no considerate and affMctloente
bcusiannel lave cause to upbraid himself with neglect
of the welfare of hiN wife-a pamphlvet of thirty-six
pagescnaelining fosU Tilk-age and Indem of 'eLs.
tr-t.s. tseether with extracts from tie book, wll be
set .'es qf c/usrge t , any peert of the United Statues,
by adlrumtig, post-paid. as teerlca.
Vlha Kasowvleege Is lappineas, 'tie ctal
pable to be Ignsorosast.
cW"" On recelpt of One Dollar (fer the.fnte. E.11
tisn. exera blellinar.) " TO TI M A ItlEl) Wf.\.
Pai'V.LTE-t~l iMlisgmb mae mig;ALOd? a we,,,.
ed frw- t nay part of tlie.-United Sates. All let..
ter must be potpad.'and e,1dresed te Dr. A. \1.
.\1ATRICHAU, Box 1294. New Y.,rk t'ty. lubi-sh
her~ shice, No. 12! Liberty Stroet, 1New York.
For sale by
ROD1iNSON & (CARLISI.E,
latenburg, S. C.
Int New York Cily, by
S:ringer & Toseitlted, Adrinnece, Slher
cman& Coc., Dewitt & D~avenport, Burns &~
Co). Oiliec, 1:29 Liberty Streb, near
. Mlay 17th, 1853 29-.tf
F. M. ANDRIEWS
- informeinuir the citizens .of
Sumierville and viciniity that
le has ope'nede icn 8umterville, teppannte the new
Pr'eby teerian Churcha, a CAllINET WARE
ROOM, were le will keep for stale, chenp', all
schn furniture as comace unr tIes despartnieint
of Isis trade, wh iche he will waxrranet of good
inaterial antd will furneiesh fur canle, ut Charlea
ten pricees, all dlescriptionse of Furneiture madle.
Riepairinag exctede at thate shoertet cnocicn.
Mtahoeganay ead plaien Colines furnishwed with
henving procuerdl the eervicers of Mr. C'. WV.
Darvts, hee is prerpared to furnish Metallic P'lats
engracsedl icn aney stylen.
All lthe unhsarther n>,kis is a fair trial, aned
hopee by puinctuni attentilon to businiesa acnd
escy termns, to ameri public patlronage.
t ebrueary 17, 1852. 17-ly
18K'8 alETALLiC CFF1-NS3 of all
sizes, consantly on .hand and for bale
by JiUDSU'N & II ROTHIEII,
Opp. Temfperanlcei iiall Sumcterville.
June 1.5th, 1852 342-tf
ROIIERT W. AND)REWS neotofies the
citizLens of tis, anti the adljining Distrits,
that lee lens creoved hai Staelae near ihe De.
pot of the WV. & M. Ri. Rtoadr whetro lhe lie reea'dy
at all time's to tak e chargo of disenaede Hlireca
for a mnotderate charge. ;, all cases Whenre there
ise no etnro no pay will he expaec'ted. lie also
continesa le take Pasengers to arid froms the
Depot, aind cexpeects bhortly teo receive a Now
Onius for theat puarposee. Goods he wcill haul
t: the old rate of J0 renta iper package, and
solicits the patroae of the public.
a Feb. 22, 1853 17--i
liocn of Cigars acid Tobacco, Cordiasa, P're
servers of alh descriptions, Jellys &c. Also a
comtspleste asurtnemnt of Grocories, which hce
5 guaranetees to bell ris low asm theoy can be oh
1 tahatd fromc Chearleston f'or.
Fe b. 1, 1853 14-tf
JOHN N. NEVIN,
SUJITERVILLE, S. C.
(Near the Depot.)
Painting, Gilding, and
Gilding on Gold and
Silver,, and Graining.
N onsehcold Furtufer done uip in then neat.
ost anid best mcetener. All bteitask is a1 feil
~.triail. He guanranleos to give entire s~ai
Y factinon. [-f' All orders hfn rom( thebunitr
prompitly attened Io.
Jan. 11 th, 1853 ll--ly
NEATLY INXECIOTED ?L' TI8 OF11I.
OR JS TRIO
repared from axx-ir, or the foprth Sitmaca
of the Ox, after directions of..BarnJ1bt, itli
reatPhyiorical Ciemist, by J.S.Ilouasa
'rON, . %., Philadelphia, Pa..
This is a truly wonderful re'medk for IndI
lion, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, lJ1pr ComplIntq
Constipation, and Debility, Ciringfter a.
ture's own method, by Natures's own A.tit4
gwP half a teaspoonful of Pcpingmnise.
in water, will digest or dissolve, Fire ound
of Reast Berf, its about two hours, out of th
Pe win is the chief element, or Great Digest
ing I rinciplo of the Gastric Juice-the StlIen
of the Food, the Purifying, Preserving, as
Stimulating Agent of the Smianchsl aid Injes
tinies. It is extracted from the Digestive Stoma
acl of the Ox, thus forming an artificial Diges;
tive Fluid. precisely like the natural Gastrii
Juice In its Chemical powers, and fund bin at
Complete and Perfect Substitute for it. 'Uy i
ald of this preparation, the pain. and evilg o
Indigestion and Dyspepsia are remuve-1, just ad
they would be by a healthy St'oniach. his do
ing wonders for Dys .ptics, curhap cases of fje
bility, Emaciation, gervous Decineand Lys
peptic Consumption, suppored to be on the vergd
if tie' grave. The Scientific Evidence upod
which it iN based, is in the highest'degree Curil
ous and Remarkable. ..
linaron Liebig in his eelebra ted work 'on Ani;
nal Chemist.ry, says: 4 An artificial Digestive
Fluid, analogous to the Gas Jiice, may be
readily prepared fromn tie m=10:1~; membrane of
the stmosaol of the Calf in which valious arti
les of food, as nicat and eggs, will-be softened,
changed and digested just in the .sane minnor
as they would by in the humans stanistch. ,
Dr. (ouibe, in his 'ea luable wriuings'.nisli.
SPhysiology of Digestion," obuerves thu "a*
diminution of the due quantity of the Giastrie
Jauic.e is it i roisminent and all-prevailing caul' ot
Dyspepslia;" and lie states tmt aisung'ji
lrufessor osf medicine in Londelon he',l w
ves-ly aillited with this cornlailit, tmiidili
every thing else to fail, had retabrre t*3 time
Gastric Juice, obtained froin tlhj stoaeis gf V
living aimanals, thich proved completely inc.
lrufesor Dunslison. of the Jefferson C uloeg
Philadelphia, in iis great work on Huiuan PI
siology, suvutes more iain fifty pages to an ex.
aiminlationi of this subject. Has experiuents
with Dr. ieaumnont, onl the Gastrie Jul e ob
tained fronu tle livinag hunian stonach, aid
fromi aniial, are well known. -III case.''
he says. 1 digestion occurred as perfectly in the
aruificial as in thie atural dipsuoain.'
Dr. John W. Draper rolecsor of Chemistiy,
in the Mledical Cell of the University. of
New York, in ld; -'I t Book of Chemistry,
pago 3,66, says.: ' It has hei a question whe
ther artiliciai digestion could be rrfornied-~btt
it Is now universally admitted that it uay be.'
In;. Carpenter' i.tandard %n ork onl Piysiiolog"y
which is in thes library of wury.phyrsician. and
is ubed ats a Text iksok in sIl. me Colleges, is
full 'of evidence similur tod the abovetre
spescinag the remarkable Digesti4 01-owerofPop
sin. and the fact ti.at it nsuy b readily separa-,
rted from the steriauch of the calf or Qxsndme
cieat siecretion o G oft Juie. a
D3 Call on thme ,Iisdget a descriet
Circular, gratis, givmn ~.large a:notmim-of Sii
Ientilic Evitdence, 'imtii to theisbove, togetier
with Iteports of llcemarkibme Cui; frn till
parts of thme Umnited States..'
A S A )M SiitPelA CURE R,
Dr. Ho'ughton's PersiN has prwduded tha~
nmiest iiarvelious elliet s n curinag cses of Des.
builly, Emeiutioni. Ndrvoums Decline, and Dys-.
peptre Cofraiption. It is i:Ynpossibsle to givg
time details of cases, lnahe lisnils oaf this advei
tisenent; but aumthenmties3ted certifinates hma'e
been givens of amore thman 'iolunmdred Itemark
asble Cusres, in Phiiladelpiai, Nu* York, ardd
iHostonm alonet. Th~iese Wero isearly aJl desperafe~
cases, amid time cures weere nut only rapid argar
wonmderful, but peroinnent.
It is a great .Nervous Anitidote, and pirticulal.
ly useful for ten'dencoy so liilious disorder, Lives .
Commplamint, Fever sand Ague, ansd thu Evil effecs4
of Qsuinine, alercury, an-d othmer drning. upon th'e
Digestive O.rgunss, asfter a hunig micknmeas. Absuj
fur excess isi eatinmg, unid thme too free use of ar
denat spilits. It aimuost rccies Hlealthm wittW
Iutempermatde. -' g
JLID STI.UMACHI CO. 1LA1NTS.
'There is nso frnm of Old Sloiniachi Cmpilants
which it does not seenm to reachm and'remove res
onice. N o imnatter hmow bad thmey miay be, it gives'
iinsmaut relirf! A single dose removes oli the
unpleicasan: symptuoms; a'sis ti i's oly needs to be
repated for a short tiame to inkke .those gouod
cilects permnanent. P'urily <f Bilood andVio
of Body followv at onice. it iba particular excel.
lent in cases of Nausea, Vomsiting, Cranmps;'
Serenmess of the p it of time Smoumachm, distress aite;
eating, low, cold state of time Bilood, Hleainess;
LAmnWmmas of Spirits, Desj6Wuden6y, Einaciation
Weakn'erms, tenidency'to Irabanity, Suicide, :e
Dr. Hugh~ltonm's P'eps*, ie sold by nearly al
the dealers im line drgsan'd Popular Mledicines,
thmibughiout thu United States.. It ispepa ieJl
Powded sand in Fluid form-'-and in;Psidadrua''n
Vials for th6 use af Physicians.
Private Ciroula for tihe use of Phguii iudi;
ussy be aotainatiof Dr. Hloughitoni or his Agentsi
describing thme whvole pirocess of plm'rdllni,sind
giving time autha orities upon1 whidh the flaims of
thmis niewi remedy are based. .As it ik fI'ota accrt
rememdy, nio objec lion camn be raihddlagsanst its " )4'"
'mte by Physleians in; reipediabhl itauding asd *
regula r practice. P'rice, Onec D.ifftta per bowie
3if Oas.R avE 'iniil!--EVery bottle" of the
genumne PEPSIN beats theo *ritren signature of
J. S. hovotrron, M1. D., sol llrmpretor, Phil'
adelplda, Pa. C.opy-rnght'di Trade Mlark sue'
Egr Sold by all Brftggiiti and Dealers it
For sale in Sumnterville My
.1M11141t & BJRIT'i'ON.
December IS, 1851. Szly.
Webb Clark's Hotely~
SUMTER VILLE; S.-0,4
TI'IE subscriber would re'sideq'
~! fully. informi his patrotns and thme
Il publia gerally, that he is still
prepiarod to acconenodatue mat lao' give
haim a einlL a t thie' 6hd tsinl, at reas'onabl6
rates. I'lis mservants tire active atnd alien
tive; his tabhle shall lbe well sumppliebd W*ith
thme baest uthe manrket wl tltubrd, anti all thme
domestic arrnmngementlms hf his esitablimsh- GW
mnenlt blha IIline mrdermf and 1 cat. l'e re
pectrrally anlicits as shs*reof pm otmrenai~gC
Maurcha 22, 18~5* d
Jewelry i Jewelry ! .1
having jtast returmned. froim..isrletOi
thme sbscraber lias already onm hantI,-and ier
nnaw recitinlg, a aeat 'and wtell sioIldeled'
of all deshmapllinhmr.bMhich tt Wilt sell s'
ver 'i ~beeri1ot!
~ Od1W~n - dlehig anmd Goheleen,
ad'ftsrisne tmrviir4Clv~e. A caolI iW all
Nov.- I& % P31 -if
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