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Father. I eo'm befor. Thv l'reno,
W ith how .1111 ;.!Nne.,
To thank Thee, with a grateful tone,
For all Thy love to ine.
Forgive me, if moy heart this hour,
*l give not all to Thee,
For deep afrection's mniglhty power,
Divides it now with ''hee,
Thon knowest,' Fther, cvery thought
That wakes within my breast,
And how this heart has vainly sought
To keep its love suppressed.
Yet when the idol, worshipped one,
Sits fondly by liy side,
And breathes the vows I cannot shun,
To me, his d.st ined bride
Forgive me, if the loving kiss,
lie leaves upon my brow,
Is thought of in an hour. like this,
And thrills me even now.
Ile's chosen 2n1 ho be his lov'
And comforter through life;
Enable mae, oh God, to prove,
A loving, faithful wife.
He knows not father, all the deep
Aflections I control
The thousand loving ihoughts that sweep
Re'-istless o'er miy soul.
I~e knows not each deep fount of love
That gushes warm and free
Nor can he ever, ever, prove
AMy warm idolatry.
Then guard him, Father-round his way
Thy choicest blessings cast.
And render each successive day
Still happier than the last.
And, Father, grant us so to live
That when this life is o'er
Within the happy home you give,
We'll mee' to part no store.
From the Southern Agriculturist.
Oalihousa Cotton and the Sea
This species of cotton was introdu
-eed in this neighborhood a few years
since by3 a gentleran from the WVest,
'who gave Dr. Calhoun a few seeds,
from which we have it species of cotton
well adapted to this climate. The ad
vantages I conceive consists in the fiol
'lowing :particulars: First, it is very
forward 4 second, it is remarkably pro
lifie; third, it has a long staple, con
pared with the Jethro, by G. Walker,
*of Charlestoni-he gave it the prefer
ence; fourth, it has produced considera
bly more the present year than any
.other cotton ; fifth, it turns out more
.from the gin. My neiglhbor, Mr.
iBlake, reports 37 pounds.from 100
pounds seed cotton and I know of to
,nstance where it has not made from
:800 to 1200 .pounds per here. My
:friend, I)r. Leland, planted 32 acres of
land-not reinarkuhte for t-rtility
'from which he has gathered 24 bales,
:avoraring 380 ronutnds. and from the
-same quantity of hand, planted in the
,common kind of coittoni, lhe has made
Now, Mr. Editor, 1 suppose you
ethrink 1 must certainly have some of
- the seed for sale, as I have praised it
:so highly. Not so. 1 planted 15
'acres the present year, from which I
have made 10 bales. Abotut halfof
the land planted was gooid, the bal
ane~ poor ; and adjoining, I had the
willow cotton planted, which I think
did not exceed 600 pounds per acre,
in good fresh land. I am so wvell sat
isfiedi of the superiority of this cotton
ab~ove anry otheor kind that. I have ever
planted, that I have given Drt. Calhoun
100 bushels of wheat for. a hrundredl
bushels of seed. I think it resembllles
Boyd's extra prolifrc. which was exi
bited at the Augusta Fair. I repeat
it, I have none of the seed for sale, nid
have no0 interest in commrrenrdinmg thmem
to the public, only so far as it will
b)enefit the planters. Should tiny of
tire readers of your paper wish to try
them the next season, may frienrd, D)r.
Leland. cani funiishr them iit.*1.60 per
unshel, as hre lives near the Greenville
SRailroad, raidl cani send thiem to1 any
point direcd. Direct to G reenrwood
This, Mr. Editor, lhas been one of
those trying years on tihe plhmter
extremes of d roght and wet. which is
fatal to the cotton cro~p. TIhe crops of
co)tton raid corn are shlort in this Dis
trict--corn barely enough for' comm
smmption. The hog drovers ha~ve do'ne
a good business this year, wIneb will
always be the, case until we give our
attentionr tio raising grain. I p leadi
guilty, and have dete'rmined to ditch
-and cleair my low hmd's anid t ry whaut
virtue there is ini Gyp-nur m an
Guiano, But, a fier till, wve nm st lha ve
rain; this is the d.iflieulty whieh- we
have to ('n ntu nd' w ithn-sub s iin g anm'l
manuring does well, but only give ment
rain and I can do better.
.I shoul he pleaused to see you this
Bummirer at. mty hm'unie, andl ride with
mue over my thrm, :nld hanve omne of
those facial c-hats w hieb che'ers tlfh ir
mier through his to .Ls anld diapint -
Iamt, respect fully you.m.
We' have r~ehated ly inserted aurti
- eles referring. to this subjeet. Still,
the following suiggestions, whiieb are
a part of a mu tch lunger artiele frnome
thur yen of an eastern hortien:Itu1rist ol
experience, thne inamie wo no~w forgot,
appears to us to be f ,imdred in r'easo n.
anid mnuy pruove srviecthh-1 to ourii readin
Pruniing oft grn. i-- iii no tt ud'mr
stood. Soilre o nii' '4 liii it nhl nit
the proper seasn- I hey' have a om1 1
- ~~of' Vines~ and~ onily a hutth- friuit, anid that
- p oor. -Auroture in brudty uahi i
olcl a ide tl toi the above, is cutLing oil
tlhe y oung shoots in sumintr, just above
the -uit, :md sometimes still worse,
pickiling fit'' thu leaves to expose the
fruit to the sun,
The sap ascendls to Ithe leaves, and
the re ming' e, with m-tter absorbel
b.) :11 1::ti', I ten is d1, ig sted, 41r
elaborated into thod, whieb lescends ta
iniorish the Ilnmt. Mu essential are
Ilie leaves that a bliglit on the liinge
destroys the fruit, onitl a fruueunt re.
petition is death to the pl:mt. The
leave,. not thle tiuiit, shonihI he exposed
Ito the slat. We urge this point. ns
thuts:niils n/itake, and grapes are
As prutning b the vine young
prevents the gro wtt of the root, but
little should be done for a year or two
after it. is set. In Novemiher, or early
in Decemher, all vimes inl open elture
should be prmed liberally. If pruned
im sprmig before leaved out, they will
bleed ; thev mlay bleed in spring if
p-uned mil wilter. In priuting rather
'etler vines leave tore wood than is
needed, as some .may be killed, and
finisht pr"ning in spring as soon as the
leate4 are nearly developed, when the
liie of the vine inty be seen. In suta.
meir allow a good growth bevotl the
fruit. and :aitt iidsinnmter pinch al'
the ends of the h~rtnehes to cheek thet.
and cut out fi-elhle laterals and lranihes
ont which there is no Fi-it ; then there
will he much tili:nge to absorb inatter,
and prepare nttine:t, appropriated
to bierfect fruit.. The [two great errors
are in nieglecting to cnt oil' useless
wood in the iii :ul inl depriving the
plant tf useless liliage by close prutn.
inl in sin1er.
Re~ason 11Y (e': Cyer is ntl top ;i1'ur,'.
-The berries are frelueutly too ra-li
idlyv riastedl, t heir propijer cilor binit
that of einntlnnonr. 2.1, the, e~!tre, is
gromitl iio tin'. :,1. nout enuiigh coif.e
used. It is usually over boiled by wlii -i
the hitter principle is ext rattcd friio
the berries,:and little' fr 114 pains take?n
to charif\- it.-Er.
Si ISAAc NwT-rO )tf it court
ship eftihis illustriuis philosopler, I
ha ye so4lmiew here readt al anecdote ta
thought it is not to be t411:11um in several
lives 411 Il:m which I have serehd.
It is well known he was often absent
iindel ; that. foir exnimple, lie would
Some (tiles rise uitl ,sit tir several lou rs
by his hedside Undressed, andti alsorbeid
in thougzht , t I tat :e would often irg-t
to dine until remiintuded by lis domes
tics, that to live it was necessary to
Once sand Once otil v lie liived a
yongo woman. ( )iti evelinr they
were seated by the fires de ttgether.
Ile sat silettlv sinokini.g. ,She was tuff
ptroud (if his love to be offendedl by
his colnlluet. At length he took his pipje
from his inunt.ht, anil seized her lind.
She expected lie was about to kiss it..
Instead of doing so. ho. wever, he sti--ed
the tobiacco in the head of his pipe with'
her fore inger-a rat her dI Sublistitute
fir a pin !diLhe was angry with him amd
their Courtship endit.
Ezn~o.-T father of Lord Eldon
the CJhancello r of I' ogland. having re.
solved to marry, raing his bell. A fb.
male servant amnswerd it.- lie tolI
hei to d ress liers'elf, in order to rep airi
to the altar with im.i She tignht
lie was5 jesting anid disobeyed. llec
rang his biell aga in. A secuidt se rvni
atppeaired. Ti lier lie gave the samtie
comma:nid. She a'~tiredt herself andi was
madie a biriude.
t TCoxssi.,-DA~mst. OY',otne! did
not coutrt at all, le tiold his swveet
heart tilitt he Iloved : asked if' his love
wats recipraes'~ted, or if' she wa.s en.
gaired antI if she was willinig to itakce ant
eni gagemett with him o. The yon la v.
relied as fruunkly ias lie questhonedI
andc they were speedily untiital for hiet.
ter or wtorse.
AnaniiarTit.-Of Dri. .1lihi A bierne
thy, tine of the moiit emiinent surgeions
:ni medcuical wiiters it' the last eein: ry,
se veral anecdotes ar codeud i.
lie was extreimely ciccentrtie, or rathier
was ext remely tmanlyv. lie acetdu mal
spokle tiajas as tnatiure idictatedl andt
letdinriani gentleiiiti, lie oniie sail :
"l~ive oii sixpenuce a dayv andh earn it ,
and toi a ladyv of the samte speekt's who
iitUered lhim a f'ee. hei said : -'\adham.
r 'le.''" lheu lie hi 'edI he .t: II
coti niud .to diespise the fortms with
whiich soucietyv ever seek tio elnemii.
ther lie say iigs autd dintgs of mle.
ile (1id not wtaste his time in coutin
ly the eam- hithre the relativesi of hi~s
E~ve. l ie mut her ini t he streets i-e~l
ted his afl'et ionS fori her, andiu u'lfered
her his haiind. She necte it, and lie
immediialtely give heris i purse, with
iurder Lii fuinish ai housite.
Riibeit ILuall, whieni in a visit tio a
brother elergymiain, wenti iito a kaicei.
whiere a pi>us servihit girl, whomiu lie
loved, was worukinig. lIeI lighted his
puipe, sat, dlown, aiti asked lier
"IHetty, -Ii yiou loive the~ lirrd Jhesus
(Chirist !"' "I hiope I doi, sir,"' was the re.
I Ic iniuiuiaiutelv ded
"Detty dii you love mie 1''
T v were miar'ried.--G'il/illin's (au
/uery oft Literary /i'ortrait.
0 See friii the oew ( Irlealits I )eltai,
that ili t lie salle of 'I .* iiegroies Init hat
oity, hielongIll oi ani t~tte, I lie l ices
otined foii sotllie were ext rarillarn n,
coltidueriiig thle lord Li ines. Onie itumi
,uliiatuiled $3000, anot11her 41708,
.tld antuih et $1 60(0 and $17 00. -in
lihe saule of si xtv seven inegroes ini Prince
tV'u wo chibiren sihld fur 6180~t0. ando a mianu
fiir 1600. in ihie sale iif eight~ en tie.
groes ini Moniitguoineiy, Ala. iuie wiomian
and six clhildrieni old est sevein yeats,
yountgest two mloiithis. sold fiir $5i000;
a itegro girl. (fild hatid) sold for A1-100.
(Jit (41 l or ni N A~lt- OF o' tIL .4TAtlt'.
derivattions ofthe am ies of thle titr's wvill
be founigd interextinig:
Ma1ine t as firs-t cal l M'irrnosh en, but
abtout I 638 tool: the namei it niow bears,
trot Mli ja, pent'ium'c in) thle wet (
'ranee. 'le,' saair i' igttlll dleriveti trta
Nowv I is iiipsdtare wast the at:gihegiven iitn
the terri.try grantted by the' p lviii'iatl runeii
ponyit to (.apt.oh Jula Muii, by patenit, i
I6 3i9, anrd nos i dii ved traoin thie patetee
wh %:is Gove'rnor of itortsiiitiith, it
rced, gi eon, anr ull!, nloutii i. Massa.4
cliisetts wits atiiiie from it I nil'e of huhr
any in t he vicinuity' of IBilltoin.RoeWi
lIiiiti says thle wodRogiie ler VI Il.
io'e island was sto called int l(.t, it
relat 1 ion 1o the isla til it* I(Il ei' inl Ii
M tediterraneat,. New ti irk was nted it
ho nor of tile Duake ot York, to wiouii ihi
territory wats !.rtti~oii. l'i"viwvaiiia WIva
cal led aitter Vsini. Penntt. In 16131, th
1)uce' of York mut. ;t gruint of %%"h;,
is nowr thei Staiio of New Jersey: , to
L ord Berkely tn ii ( gorge: ('hetre,
and~ it riereiveil its' le tne in etitipltieit 11
t he littleir, whoii had liveni Go vernor With.ii
1latii ot .iuei5''y. I )cii.vare. wa~s so cail
heh itt IM!V, after Lo*rd 1)"" I,' \,u r.
Ma1irta, (Quii'i~i o!i Charles thell I., in ii s putt
triiau tatter the virgtrii quiin ofti Enngislit,
IIiw'iiiith. 'ihe t Xinoiias wert' nutluiit ,t
thet F'renuch, ini hiinotr iot ( iiarhes thie I\N
fit F'ranice. (;e:tru~lt 1v'is calleid iii IG19~2
atler (i r_.re i. I ,'tisij:it a ~s ltnlt
aitter Loulis 1\:. oft Fr.u tic. Foiriia rie
1512, wvhile niu his voytor iii sei.rei oi th
l~i-te T~ Ilay-joS~t ai. J'iisrcue 1"'iir"
fioit I liir J'rotcip:i1 1 itv"rs, o:il the tail
zre: io? hlttleiri l i n, gil , % "i'g nt ii'. .4itrlt:4 s
Nt'?tl.1cii r-nod tit's 4tet: lhrti. tutte,
Inust t.1;11111 o :n Ity 'jte:4t44-tee is it ,,1t
'irlton a t lie I s'it' ltt (i.) I )rrl; ' i!11n:4?.vic
rier o nic by silihiit union ii; ton.V i'
iga l ni :1-; n:'tt'itiil. I !tt' t Its Lake ii if ts For
tes ino: ist ill rIni an4: ein,ti. I',
as-this qt'io titit ;li:':ifita
thus "I Ii lthe n ..tt ill alti a1~ c rt
Mrss'in. oetvr (i W.t'it th n atd leti: rtlE,.
Tor ofi 14he i4I44h.4?l'4 (V i.) ;I) p:urt iL[
trrm_ n to ati treslt ;v&r, ii- I ic oittr. 1:
tie i. C s f I .ii 'r t s 1 y C T a l r r~ I 1 r t :41 t s :i i : t l 4l l : . p 4 1
of rioe i',ul to~ iitliiii d'er of 4t a con.
nIaV r t o ''Chl I.u 4 cit---t :I1. IInran
ief !nUist.'& IP! Situ e n;i 11c r tt Wie
tnt~ I 'ea~~~~un iionttit: tiditi. liirno'
"Wei alietiis Ui tiutsa i e in l' e;17.t""r s th
t} educa'uiiitio IWel cxp~ It, 1 A (ii it 1 il
tosre nocr doii :4ttirr tha ii~t s'11 ttti i
soial;"W41:rtandci r teleu' %v;1rti.' r 'It
ii:rivc ?iIitVi:tcls the of he iit'cit i
\\ e ite iIt i ;I tt't a a ,,:1 :i ' I w ra-It'
htl it tll ixrle IAl tl'lr iirs :st'f I iii itll'
cut Icr aitllt tsvi.a awl otil ri- Ia4ii:,
etil- ni &its iulr titnisir h111 .1:1tit.: t ii..
thir coili rycv :it. ttie:"v 'l-.. 'i'ir
tvott er iittiits 144li,1 ilt is a : iii.ltii 04
tire at pal'i 3 .ve ' tttil y L'I:ilrV Ii lf t i a tt n:;tt
s tivtut e'tltc iit ,t is ti r l It LVil! I44'
(! i)I iiitI't , t r u e w i h i ' e i . ' : i v t c itl : ti t r f' - 11- 1 It1 )I ' . -i . I
itrs nn: for i t) w :101-1.t , u"it't" tii ;t
heAxllelb some t ri- 1tttr'tJN- ," :It:"r
'fiTh Witcel imaini. ti pireent accidently. hand
(Jel hint Ili inh. thrn WhIich lie Io (is
time requiired sutai, and retired alter le tow~
ing a !,lancfle or ii mpe, kahle d isdaini on the
last took jlic the imunch talIked of \ ii 1k
to wal k six Mites in fifty-*ev'e riuinhitets
lhe teail however. wan acc imiipislmod in the
II iifrteetedt ishort s.paree of fifty-five in
ites fifty-ix seconds, ianil the walIke r alight
have savedh timie. The lpeihst ri~j n is a young~
Imani front New York, aiti its of a ratlier
slight /,iii, buthn very Inuruihar. 1"l its style
of wa king is priobably tihe' mast4 fair ever
witnie'ssei. 'Tle time o)f the vious, iil
e's, a. ,liven by the toiers, was 9.,43. 1003I:,
three lust mu: t's bieinig t ilt: fastest. Thern
tis siine talk abitu iimollu'r mtuhl, In walk
4 six rii;les ins fiftth~lree minlutes. If' this~
is iunirtamkm'i and ;tetip)!li:'tl, we riiuy
loimit tnull this viuiire, tuan ais iio ''fau'"itt'
i~t ~ 'l'unis-\\'it no, :,r ! -\'e learin
l'rmuzii the i'ttrkvallti3i.'r'lleany of ilie 15tli
1 iiisi , iliat on 'iuuS ~ imi ormutug htt 1201il
tush., ai lady t tli:at 1)i't rii t iirt'seiit('( to
heir liege lird lIiur tlui!(hI'eii at tuehrtla
- iii ti'i six ehltuuereiti wit lin i1rhien~ iion: Ii
(Ins) of the louir !vac Iitrnu dciii, %nid filie
',:i'us, wye learn sinie. i:zve uledl als.
i'l: . is qi;ie :in u nuzsiuil o cuirre nie, wVe
Wen ean I'tirn tili- (e'eorq/ie IJ',nc
(r'cze//u'. Itlhat tilt t~ ill'iwting ii-lulit imus
Werie passetd ? t ii meet iils if t but ("it y
(Xutlizuii hit' :\auIu ,hulil on 5Satnrdi:it
1at. Rie olc'e'd, ulot fron slamill al'? i
this dtale thliri, 't&t 'l'umlls lbe lIi'lt
It h ihs.rae i~ li i' Ivt t thie Soitlu (.titiliiita erl ill
i' uncl. thlat hi-; I ii' flit' Muavoi
fie thi'ciit i( ''t iuin th l (ni te Maus
ill i..i.L (1uile atl ii th ( 'i'ets~ei' if'juU
Ici liii I1v it~~ihi o\'i,\ Iii 'tm.ti t i ' Cli
ivthi 411 ihl .':liicniiral tito hr h\' gitogie1
eniii. tr''thr m'ltililvt'j til , 'tIlc~t' .\:
.dim'- gi i r. t t l~1'- rift: i lu\'1"\ ili
i t t itl 1 'f 1 liau ll'i n, ii
the Ii. it jullltt iNoti h sur:i3. rlii
ii l'ti', a iuillw rni. tln for..~ Ie inci e i i~i
~iu if tit 5ra inie t!ifure l til! rc'niet i-,hu;
iliui ii : iii' it'r," t ~i. Ii t\ to thuu a ere the
it! thyi' lim' otin whIt'u e.y.
111', t; a .- , C" l 11 1 C,~i1 ;13it 'I0tll(
XV 1e -i\ iiC (.;i t li S iietz (,u. ':i
mittiu:e.iti illois itt! t o hit-:vvj lt, the
Iearly u!ii t! le, t1 fl,:i\'i. te ite lir1
hirt'will lit! oittui hi eiu Ctito uI!'i'
\\'e livMiv ;oa ht .'ull I iei~oii
til lii tc it ~ l t'/t :11111ul st
'ti it edt ht" Ililt c tl ~ due"lt: will'
Mr. Editor: Please announce
Capt. ''. I). Fin itSON as a Candidate for
Sheriff of Sumte District. at the ensuing
Aug. 21, 1853.
Mr. Editor:---You will
obli-re ai number of the voters of Sumter
l)istrit:, by annoucinis in your columns
the name of Major JuN BAI. LAliD, as a
Candidate for Ordinary at the ensuing
Amutr. 13. 1853. 4 2 if
FOR TAX COLLEU'OR.
Mn1t. Ecno :-Please annrmce Mr.
R()IER'T W. )URANT, a candidate
for Tax.Collector of Halcr County, at the
next election, and oblige
Ja n uary 1-4, 1F52 13-f
4 The friends of Capt,
h. Al. GIBBONS annom e him a candi
dat(e for the oflice of 'Tax-Collector for
Salem County, at the ensn in g election and
obili'r0 M N A' VoTE ins.
P-O Rt T11A1 (;<>1.1,7w101o11.
07 Tie F'ieads o' Da n
Il', .1'A'1IS, Esil., announce himl as a
c:udid;,t for 'ax ('oliector for C:aremont
County, at the Cnsuing election.
Feb". zh,, 1,%,)3 I5-d
rT -Mr, Editor:-You vi1
please a'un o WILLAMA.\' 1[. lic UN.
SON as n c"andulate fo6r the Office of Ordi
nary of Sumter 1-trict, at the ensuing
April 27th, 1S52 27--t.
PU !? (1IE I C.
I WT W e authorized to
.nno uncre T1. J. D I NiN. lg., a C:mdi'idalre
f'rClerk of the Court, at tie eu.iniig etction.
April 16th 1951 .if
0~'r E r. E ditor: Plcase an1
nounce .ir. .1..1. A11,leN i.t,.\li a c'andi
d t, for ('l'rk of the ('ourt, for Suter
)b trict, and oblgte bl1 o-renrS.
April I:13, 1 852. :25-tf
-f V..1. N. Ila.'ts::-r are desirous of pult
fin~ him' in ino:uination f''r the Olice oIf
Clerk of the Court of SiN ler iit rict, at
the ensiinv election.
11., "'1, 1Q53- :30-tf
P 01t ,S H . I F F.
W The Friends of IMr.
JOl N F. JUNl, announc'e him as casiii.
4'ate for SherifT of Suter Dlistrict at the
Nov. 12th, 1852 3--td-pd.
e We are authorized
to an'utince A. E. Il' ) fl, as a candid:,te
for SherifTof Sitiinter I ):,; rwt at the ensi.
)eceznher 21, 152 . t._, f
Mr, Editor :-Please an
non:,e JOlHN N. McIO.EI) a candid:te'
for ierid'of Sumter 1itric and
.Ione 29th, 1853 35-t i
RUNA W AY, on hitst TPueschiy the
S17th instant, miy Boy RICIIAlItDL. a
white n tmuatto, abhoot fi ye feet three
or four inchies hiighl, toler.,bly stout budlt,
abuit twen t wo yeaurs old with istraighit
light coilo: d hair. hais ai very sulky :p
pi':ralnce, andu antswe(rs Tjock and1( short
wvhen spuoken~ to said huov has a short thic.k
foot, his hianids shoirt ando thick, clihbb
Iitners. Hie had the scar o; a hl!ist4er o'n
his foirhiead just. abov 4e the' eye-birows, hie
mayiv try tohbide it by earing" his~ cap or
hat down ov'r hlis tortehiead. He willI he
suire to pi~ass huiself for a white mant for
hie is v'ery white anid his beenO takinog gre~it
caIre of his skin for somel, time. \V'hent he
left lhe hall a chithI ca~ip, black coat anid a
dlark coiloredl pa ir of pants. He4 will lie
sure to change his capl and c'lthles ans soon
as hie can; lie also wvers his hair in frontC
st raighit do(wni toi hid the scar of the blis
ter. ie is a shoremiaker by trade, though
hie miay not go at the biusiness, expect ing
that lie will bie so ad vent isedl.
Th'le above rewar of 0 One llu oned
Dl).llarb will bie paid ta r him dlelivery in any'
.laid ini the State. I le will he sure to give
him iselfI. anoti;her inamlue.
- JA.\ll5 I.O\\'RY.
llraudleyville. amizrter District., S. (C.
.\ ay t hn, 1 852 ;lf---t C
-k1" Cianulent Journal alnd C'heraw (Ga
zeCtte' pubtlishi five times.
Paints, Oils, Glass
Nou.60 1-2 East- Hay, oppoitui P. & M. Bank,
cilA~tllEST'ON, 8 C.
Ilei keeps conatly fur lef, a tgeneral assort
mnenit itf Paints andi () ils of allI kindfu, WVindow
Ghiss and Sashesi', Spirits Tuirpentinlo, Caim
pheune, Spirit Gats, Tallow, (Grindsitolnes, Coir
idage, (Chain Pumpitls', Cotton Foot G~in Fixtures,
Gfine, PacI.<inlg Yarn, atndf Irushens of varius
Oc.t2G, 18531. 52 6
WILMINGTON. N. C.
PAllI(''CULAR attention given to the SALE
or $1IlM iNTl of Naval Stoures anid Cotton,
and( fiber (ASiI AD)VANCES imade onl Con
Decc. 14, 1851. 7 ly
All perso)1ni ving demands agamnst the
lEstate of Mrs. l'. Coinnors, deceasedf, nre
reqpiested to hiandl them in properly afttest.
ed; and those indebited will please make
iimed iate ptaymnent to)
TI. II. CONNORS, Admi'r.
NOV. 141, 1853. 3 t f
T. C. WORTH,
WVIl.MING'Tvn, N r.
CAN BE CURED!
DvALORME'S BAUM DE VII," or Ilalrnmn of
Life it,, after a trial of upwa'd. of twenty yeari
in a great variety of ecses, confiildenly off'reud to
the pubbie, esiindally to tlhoo afflitci with the
Muost distressiing cornpiaint, as a sire and speedy
relief for their auflerings.
ARead tihte following certificates. They are
from gentlemen of high uitanding and residing
in your itnmediate, vi - nity. They nr,- hut on,
lr two of the inanfy ii our posseltion nil emxtoll
iog the henhnig virtn lls of thi, (to use t he words
of a grnteful iseptic who wat cured by its
uise) mo-t precious compound.
t'crti/in~te from thc Rel. if'rtwell spuin.
o.trxryt.t-E--. S. C. Jan. 13th 11353.
Mr. (rAs. IOmi.ai.i -*
IDear Fir: --1st Spring I used tvo small bot.
ties of your flal. ami of Life; ndil tcli. ,t.' oI
utciih binelit. I toi, it two or three times dai.
ly, a tea'ptooinful at it do.e in a wine glass of
It acted on my liver, and imtpanrled a healthy
tone to till my dligestive org:ln. relieti;i mit of
ditressXr.t headaheI,,i t and many otlier dislgrca:.
ble df/ss-re si., tmionse.
[tignenf] 11. SPAIN.
Mr. CHIAS. I)ELOlta::
I)at.tit Si it :-l take great pl'asure in recon.
muendling your "aum de Vic." which I have
often used, tnd obewtys vith decided relief,
when suflkring from attacks of Dvsppjia. At
once a rettluiant, tunic nnd ethlartic, I amn sat
isfied it will prove eniinently servievabtle to all
,who are aIllieted twith I )vspelia. Its .;.iiral
introdntin thrughuit the otitry vill be it
p ibli , binelit.
'o keep a supply constantly on hani. which
I would n ot exchg:e fir all ihe Anti-dvspep.
tic nostruins froin .laine to Texas.
[Signed] J.OIHN W. ERtVIN.
helr Sale hv,'
Mlir.t~rr i lian-uros,
D)r. W. .1. I)A t:;AN, & CO., Sitte"rvdlec.
M. A. Ifuit~t:ine. Darlington C. II.
" )r. J. E. Byrd, 'iimmonsville,
And lbV DrTuigists gener:dly.
IIOXA''1iutl(;IT & JLARiK c.00.
Wholetiale Agents, Coinluia, S. C.
November J 9 tf
A. ANDERS3 ON,
Ssmi2erville, S. C.
Respeet fiily in forms the people of *'onm
t":r IDistrict th4:1t he ls ju't rece irc. and
now oli-rs for sale the best seleltee and
Mort choice stork of
Fall and Winter Goods,
That cannot he surpassed by nnythlin in this
tarhwt. Ile tas received lntiy new ityle,
whirlh purlhnstrs would do n ell to e Xatine be
forte bey mog elsewhere.
1IVR().\i)t' Il)Til:S. CA.VI,'MERES AND
V E-S 'P I N ( S.
A full and large upi.ly of Ilusiery, Shirts,
Drawera, Glove., Susleniers, Cravat., I Ini
kerchiefs, &e. &c.,
A large ns"ortment of IEAIIY MADE CLO
''I II NG, which will be sold low.
* (armet i s mannfactured by the siabscri
her. and Warrantetd to give satisfaction. Or
ders from a .istance promptly attended to.
Oct. 25th. 1453 if
. an11 1 a 1 / !anis n ar m a1
L.AW1 I~a , 1455146% !
L4EON A RID C liAPi,
.inaIIiictt1rir' itil(d D ;lle0 iln
Carriages and Harness,
O' every description, Nos 19-1. Meeting street,
and 33 Wentworth street. net to the 'ld stand
of Gilbtrls & ('ha pin. Charleston, S. C.
WM. It. III:N'I'El, may he found at the
above Repjository, and lie tkites this method to
assure his frie1ds that all orders entrusited to
hint Avill be attended topromiptly and with strict
Oct. 19th, 1853. 51 1 v
Negroes Bought and Sold.
Il E udersigned has -pwiied an oflieu at No.
1 E State Street ,iharb-stin, when-r h~e ha<s ont
hianda a mtinheir iif 1. KEl.Y YOU'NG NE
GROtES for otale from whicht he can itntply the
wantls of any of till- conunnitylt~. Thi., Ne
groes arc ptrarhre iin .Mlant.am, Viroiin,
Norih ai I outh Carlina. 1To htis lot lie is
prieces paid at alil titmes for niegroes.
J. M. E. SIIA R PE,
16 St ate Streer.
Chiarleston, Dec. 21, 133. 8 ly
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK
DI.ROSSET & BROWN,
WI LMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Jcors aind Geucral Comminis.
flB. McLAUR IN. Ei., will give per
aisoal and special attention to the in
terests and ordters of his frienids in this
ta tid the adjoininhg Conudtties of North
Carol inao, who may favor these I louses
withi thlei r patron:..e. Contsigznents of
plrodluce to th li onto itn New.York, either
byv way of' Charleston, Gieorge'tow.n, or
WVihnint.oin, will ne covered byt inisurance,
if niotice' of the shipment hie prompt ly giv
M-iy 3, 1853 27--tf'
J. B. N. HAMMlVET,
ATT"ORNEY' AT LAW,
SUMTER VI LLE, S. C.
Ofiice next dioor to J. B. & R. C. WVebb's
New Y'ork Store.
March 22, 1853 21--tf
For Cash, And that only,
rThe cheapest GROCI&RIES ever sold
in Sutinerville, can he'had from GORDON
& CO., at Dr.-'Mellett's Old Staind.
Segnrs of the finest goality and most ap
proved Brands in the wvorld, togelber with
l'reserved Fruits of different kinds, Syrup.,
Nuts, &.c. A shatre of Ihe public patron
tige is desiredi, provided it is accomspanied
by the CASII, but not otherwise.
GORDON & CO.
June J4th, 1953 33--tf
JIU'Pi.ER & N E~VIERY hoa removed from
their former sttamtt to the one foarmerly occupied
by E. fi. P'I(INGIE & CO., one door North of
I'. IlOYT'S Jewelry Store, w.here~they woulid
be pleased to soe their friends and customers.
(0ot5, '853. 49 If
The uscribher hsmade airrangemena for
thmannfactutre offroml'our to Five 'Thousandl
pairs of the above article by thieFA LL. For
reference as to quality,hbe wouldi respectfolly
refer persons who may bei disposeid to purch~ase
of hitnm, to those whii patronized himt last. year
As to price, hes will guarantee them as low as
can be oflerdedh
Mfay 2'2 2 ..1 MORGAN.
F'ISK'S M ETA LI.LC C.OFFINS or all
sizes, conshaantly otn hnnd rind : for sale
by - IUDSON & ilO'l'llEh.
--Opp. Temnpera'nce 11:11 Sumterwille.
Jtunn 15th.4 182 SItaf
M A RRIAGE,
sappiness and Competence
WilY is IT)
Isat we behold nt female, scarter in the meridian of
file bro.en ::n heaith sand glintta wish e awiglicatioun of
a..e.,.-. ritl asianente. desaseving tein of btiagwe fur the
e.aaliiteai ot life at an ate whenphaloatlewh' buoyaseey
of .pirats. ad hapy serenity o mntad.arulng tmus acon
ati.s ..1" li-ab. aliuld be predoauast.
AlStIy of the encese of her sufferig a Art-perhaps
)e-ar befoare, aees.,a .duri girlhood. d e first year t
meiaige-r a in heir origi so ligbtasto pas unnoticed.
still ott course aseglected.
IN A FTIlt YEA.S,
When too late to be beneitted by over knowledge, we look
thick ataid naiturn. and aegret the fall coiacqueuoes of our
w aat waujild we not often give to possee is eary life
the khtolmef vwe tobtaini its alter years ! And wh das
.nd aiata of anguish we might nor have been stared, if
tloe kuuwlelge was timely possessed. It is
#IhIILACIIOLY ANID STARTLING
To latia thae sickress and suffering endared by many a
w tr tar mas years, from causes saimple and controllable,
snait remeine- -.r better stil,--nt sucurred, ifevery
WIVE AND MOTHER
Potseyd the information contained in a little volatie.
(aw ithan the reacts of all) which would spare to herself
YEARS o BMISERY,
And to her hussband the consrut toil and anxiet of mind,
neceamrilydevolvinialoni m from sickness of the wire,
w itinnt givitim te opportunity of acquiri that com.
Petence whila eisrtnons are entitled, aad e posses.
Ofnai ait alich would sectse the happines of hanself.
wife, citi chaildren.
SECURI TIIE MEANS OF EAPPINESS
By iearmnin in time possessed of the knowledge tie
actt ta which has caused the sickness and poverty of
In view of sth consequences no wife or mother Is
*ettrteb i eilece t o veIn herself of that know.
Vold ts respect to herself, which would apare her much
setfi-erinta .he the incas of haepp ness and prosierity to her
hantuat and confer iton her children thati blesing above
all ptrie-aatalhy bodies, pith beslthy minds. Tha
knowle-lge is contained in a little work entitled
TMIR EAG343IZ W@WAWIC'
Private Medical Companion.
BY DR. A. M. DIAURICEAU, e
t storessaa or t.irms.s op woste.
One Ilundreth ialtlot. 'Rh8mo.,pp. 254. Prle 50 Cmne.
fox rimx rarga, iIlIA aDIRDn1eSi 00.)
First ptblished in I?, naai 'ot
SUItPRIZING OR N bEFPUL,
Coasaneler ing that EVERY PEMAI.E,
WItCTltEJt MlAItItIID OR NOT, ensi
htes ntquire n full knowledge of the
in t ire, c hmnracternalad eauses ofehe- com
fatmlaits, with the various symptoms, miutt
IALdF A ILLION COPIES
aliatld hive beei sold.
lthe imtratcal.le to cnaeve- fully the various subjects
treated ot. aq tlee' so of a stature strictly, ioatemles for
the starri.d, or thate cattenlating merrases, but ne
teanale desirnias of enjoying Iealth. .and aliat bac:y. ens.
selnriat niel heasltl, whicha is to conducive to hIer own
lit oprp . alms That of tier haliand. bit either has or will
ibrajin it. as ha nr will every inaand who las tier Ine
sat a#i1ciion of his wie at heart, or that of his own pe
cautia.ty ienprot ement.
UP'WA lDS OF ONE. IIUNDIRED THOU
It i..et S!.NTIt JY MAlA. aitsin the last few
"ION TO THlE PUBTTC. 4
- 'r: NOT DEFRAUDED:
'at:nlee "Dr. A. M. Manneenu, 121
-. .a i-e on tha title page. ail the
- u.rk a affler on the back of the title
-:,:t. bu o.sly of respectable and honorable
- .' r.. Sr a-n.1 by ;nal,, anud ndelresst to Dr. A. %l
r..--:m.s n-i the--e ar apnrilos and surreptitious
* 't.-:n"ntsi of copy-right.
VERY WIP, AND IIUSEAND
-".s - t t.-e for Igsorsiseg. whten Tgasorniace
la lita.ry tan those we hoti saer neta
(1a-or. aeii) wieti to dispel ouer Igsoman
In tt t hIss str reach.
T" u:abl. overy one to declio upon Ut~o (rde
't'atail? aietaaity of pneeusaing a copy, and that ina
a.r anth.r ner,, retnain uulnformed upon floe
n:aty :n-.. which. booner or later. are destin.d to
n!.- f.-:rfii ravnites upon her heasth. utlessgitantled
t.- at:<:a. :trai thtat no eonlriate anu affectionate
taan-t.f hiteaatuse to utabrahi blinself with itneglect
-r a:n te*ilatre of his wife-ai paltuphlet rof thirty-si
ntateta-. e-n tinna in; d u 'Wll-.erg trnd In.einr
-nvols. .s--th.-r tim extrctitran - it'the lik. wf%' a.
: a +r- ta h.tr I any part of tie united :nta-a,
"r~-el;n irt-paid, ca herein.
- " nesa'Ia-lge lie lapptetaa. its atcl
pIaile to ba gtrnaasit. t
- n rii eit of One Dollar (fir the flatial
.t" -:nra biatita.) ' TllE .f a~ a 1. I 'at \1e.w.\ ..
' V. v ATlE .\ iEn>faA L C,11P 'fION'~ i% tant (rnt u
i- fe'd) to any p:rt of the United Statese. All e.
.-ra rmt bei Mt0it-ptaht..nnd ailrna-d tt 1)r. A. it
1A iiIa.CE At.. fix l2U4. Nc-r Yorte-t'.iv. Publih
-.t" iflr'M.. N. .. tLiberr cert. New Yaet**.
ROB.NSON & ARLISLE,
-Ilamhult~rg, 8.. C.
Itn New Yoirk Cityt, byv
Si n;:er & Towmtntod, Adrianec, Sher..
maon& Co.. D~ewitt &. l)ak -enport, Burtns &,
Co. Oftliee, 129 Libterc y .Sireet, near
S'OTI'CE IS HlEREBY GIVEN to old
11 cu.tstomeltrs and the comuntity geanerally
thtat lay the 230th inst., I will have in slte,
a full stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
in my line, consisting of CL.OTHS: CAS.
SIMRElS, and VTESTINGS, of- every
II A Tj S, CAPS, &c.; FINE LINEN
SllRTd, DRA WVERS, SUSPENDERS,
IA LP 110SE; GLOVES and CRAVA TS
of eavery description; with a complete as
ReadU Made C'lothing, I
carefully selected in the Baltimnore anad
New York umarkets.
Sept. 20, 1853, .D.J WIN
AT TilE OLD STAND OF 8. & J. OILDEItT
S.&FE. M. GI L BEReT
contitnue the CA R RAG E
-BUSINESS at tjM veNW
stand-No. 35 and 40 WVentworth-street,
Charleston-where they will be pleased I
exhibit to Iteir ok4 friends and cusntomeri
a vtery extensive Stock of Vehticles, com-.
prising those of their own manufacture,
togethler with various other stylea usulally
found in this market. Their long acqttaint
ance wIth this market as man~ cturers
anld draslers wvill esnable.them -to on. I great-'
inducements to purchamsers both in styles
August 24, 1852. 44-t4f
Improved Cotton Gins.
Thankful for pent favour. the subscriber wish
em to inform the public tha. t, h stil anufae
ttures Cotton Gtns at his establIshment in State
btrg, on the most-improved and-approvedl plan
whicth he thtinka that thdS cottron ginned on) one
of those gilna of the laje improvement is wvortt
at Ieamti a quartetr of a cent more than thec cot,.
Ion gitnnedl on the ordinary ijn. lie also main
ntifuteires thorn on the most. ample constructions
of the fiaen finish and of the heat materials ; to
wit, Steet Saws and Steel Platedl Ribs Case
hardanedi whicha he will sell for $2 per Saw.
He also repairs oldI gins and puts thorn in com
plate order at~ the shortest notice. All orders for
Ginuwill be promnptly and punctually ftl~atled
State burg, Sumter. Diet, b. C. Fob 17,- to .
R OBE RT - W. A NJREWS noatafliaa the
Icitigons of thda, andlf th adjouining 'tisrtne.
that be has remove ia St ahlis~near te I)e
pot of ito W. &-.1 Road, sWhe he
at al~3jnes t*o.hk ethare of disecasedt I
for aimodertenhar~r ; in llasen wlfisr O er
lat no ettro no pay will be expeatced. -lle also
otntm 5take - amsatngo ra mtonid froli she.
-Daeot, ** einta shortly to srceivre a- e
Omnihois fint putrpiae. (Gtorb. he will hadl
at thoe obal into -of 1(0 c/nt eparjnkoge, net
seoliritat the pontreagea ttf te.'hi
Febu22, J1%3 A a$A' 17- -(