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Fur the Hannnen
"is do-iood blusa.m timne !:--tllo shad,
In o! Sa ntee's watery glard,
Are eiorImxre ip in usuai glee,.
A rol 1le :r is s iort f r y 'u n a rii i bm
Be-:'.-s. ilhe I r~nI. anetl hn l. henid bream,
Are str:K 'ag webt -.4 pond andl streamu.
' I is dogwood-lelsum-time !-he crows,
Are pulling up the corn by rows ;
The larmer creeps at them with rifle
The crows look on it as a trifle.
The smtk carls tip froi piles of logs
'i'h.. I I" m hiu:an wh lsth- s hrou h t he logs.
' 'is dogu'ood.blossom-time !-t he frogs,
Do go it: All the mossy logs
Are tlinng'd with coolers : and the ticks,
Are 's thick as thieves, on leaves and sticks,
The fleas, have got into my blanket,
And my poor hack !-how I do spank it
"'Ti< dogwood-blossom-time !l-tie doves.
Are couplhng off, in all the groves
The partridge whistle in the bushes,
And all the mocking-birds and thrushes,
Send torth their tinsic: and the trees,
Are full of humming-birds, and bees.
'Tis dogwoord-blossom-time !-the girls,
Are corwing out in flowers and eurls,
An I pa''t alettes of stinwy shieen,
A mld petly coats of blue and green :
fWith cheeks as rosy as the un;
That shines ,et on the- horizon.
SAC;..
b'or the Danner.
U niapa'ouuptsa.
ivre black ink, gold pen, and paper
Stunt, white, gilt edge-and a. wax tapcr.!
Let it be night !-past one o'eloe
And still-I hate a crowing cock
Save song of crickit, anrd the frog
And let there be a little grog
And sweet south winds, which "gently
kiss
The trees " and sweetly, whiie-per,." bliss;"
Or, then, let there fall gentle showers
Of dulcit rain upon the flowers :
And let the mocking-bird awake,
In song one moment, for song's sake :
And when his silver throat is still,
Then, let me have the whippowill:
Then, my tobacco, choice and mellow;
And then-I'm quite a happy fellow :
That is-unto my soul, is given,
A kind of tone,.on thought of heaven ;
And oh ! 't is then, the dream of love,
Steals in my visions, from above,
And startb my tears, like summer's shower,
When her dark clouds of lightning lower ;
'is then. my spirit, leaps the skies,
And sips the nectar of dark eyes,
Bidding adieu to earth and matter,
And all their vain and giddy clatter,
To chase ti' aristocratic stars,
Through ether, blue, on comet cars,
To take in dreams of bliss, and; thon.
Write them all down with my gold pen,
And balack aik. on gilt edged pr~per,
By the glow of my wax taper,-.
FINE TIbiEs FOR THlE JRON MEK
The iron men are doing a fine business,
so good, that they say not a word about
a tariff. There are thirteen thousand
miles of railroad in operation; three
thousand miles additional, it is esti
mated, will be built this year. For
double tracks, one hundred thousand
tons will be requlired this year. The
* quantity of railroad iron, ther-efore, in
use by the end of this year, allowing
one hundred tons to the mile, will be
one mnill ion .seveti hundried thousand
tons, which, at $65 per ton, the present
pse, gives a total of $110,500,000
invested in railroad bars naow ini use.
Eight per cent is estimated by the
Railway Timies to be the wearan
tear of' the raxils in use, which would rt
quire an ontlay thr this itemt alone of'
moure than eight amillions of dollars
anniuauly, or in the course of ten years,
over eighty millions ol dollars. By
Januatry, 1860, there will, in all prob
ability, be in operation ini the United
States 30,000 mil~es of railway. Be
tween now and that per-iod, there will
have to be fiurni.-hed by our mnanuthe
turers the iroa for- some nineteenl thou
sand miles of new track, and as much
as eight, per cent. per- aninum of the
amnount, now in use. T1his Magnifi
eient amont, wvith the multiplied uses
for iron, car-s, loicomotives, stczam en
gitas, maxchineiry, steamtboats4, iron sail
ing v-essels, iroin buildings, &c., ?gives
to the iron trade the most flatteringS
prospiects, if nothing intervenes to stop
thbe progress of' railruoad costructions.
Philaddeiphia Ledger.
Sao ATot D)ouoLAs ItUko JN EFFIFv.
This morning a large-sized. mnan. of
straw wait- found' suspeud' by the
nieck.,. ne-ar the peak of the flag-s aff
tipor the Commnon. On beiang taken
down, there was found attached to it
a large pasteboard card bearing the
following inscription:
Stepuhen A. D~oug~lass-Author of
die infamous Nehraska
Bill- thieBenehiet Arnold
' - of,1854 '
The flg~ure-was clothed in a black
suia., .ndtdsplayed a very tall and stiff
dickey.
I is also reported that there was:
f.mmid ainother efligy designed tin rep
resentL \latiy er Smuitlh -nt. this is de
auad athe Ulty Hall.
Washington Exchange.
SUmLnta GssTUas-A pupil of the
Deaf atid I4'omb Aosy~um. in Doncaster
a boy about ten years of age, on being
asked by signs, "Who made you?"
untcoveted his head, assumed a rever
Qinit. -xprs~on. aficou nienttnee,.tind wh
his open handed pointed up~ward..
There was a simple grandenr- in the act*
lever. to be descibied or forgotten
a nmentab telnwwJadgumnt, which, no
wor-ds enuk, tu v tre- ezuphat-iently
couveyed
Make Fariing attrac
tie to the Young.
ib no point do farmers fail more in
the educatiomn of their sons and daugh
ters, than in negleet'ng to make their
rural homes attractive. With little
beaulty in or around their dwellings,
with few objects upon the- farm in.
which they have a direct personal inter
est, and taught by the conduct and
language of those around them, that
there are higher aid easier paths to
wealth antd distinction, it is little to be
wondered that.so many farmers' sons
long to escape from their laborious oe
cuJpatiotns and tngage in commercial
pmuaits. Mr. C. L. Flint, See Mass..
Board of Agr iculture, alluided to this
subject very happily in a dinner speech
at the September- meeting of the Nor
folk County Agricultural Society.
The following is an ext ras;
it has always seemed to me sir, that
the gieat, want of New England was
to make farning attractive. And here
I can only echo the beautiful words of
your orat'or to-day. If we would have
our children. following. ;arming as a
persuit, we must interest them in it,
anl fit them to pursue it intelligently.
If the mind i - not engaged, the toils
of the hand are irksome and tasteless.
If the mind is interested, if every
thought, every passion is aroused to
improtvc-and excel, no labor is wean
sonie, no exertion too severe. To
make farming attractive to the young,
they should le educated' for it. And
since life is short and knowledge infin.
ite, they need not., perhaps, spend
years of the best- part of their lives in.
such studies as are necessary only to
success. in the law or divinity. The
time will come, when the farmer will
have more ample fatilities for educa
ting himself and his children. In the
meantime a thousand objects, ifl prop.
erly observed and brought to. notice,
will begin the work, and that in the
very point of greatest practical inipor
tanee;.
Suppose- the yonag are taight' to
observe the character of soils and their
adaption to different crops, the struc.
ture and nature of plants, th% habits
of insects injurious to vegetation, the
habits of the beautiful birdls,so often
accused ofi theft; the striking peculiari
ties in the diflerent breeds-of animals,
and the mer.ns of improving. them
will they not have subjects enough. to
interest them.in t arning l. They will
find means of eultivalting- the finest
frlits and ornamental trees, to beauti
fy the house, and give it an air ofneat
ness and comfort. A little taste in
arrangement{of trees and plants, added
to a cultivated mind. soon finds within
itself untold resources of living well
and happily.
But the young it is said are ambi
tious, and cannot be satisfied with the
reputation of good and successful far
mers. They must go into the coun
ting-room to make money, and be
known.as men of wealth, or they must
embark in the intricate studies of the
law, and through that upon -the gato
uncertainties of poihtics, and achieve
distinction, and, as they t inlk, honor,
(they don,t always go together,) in the
eyes of the world. Thley forget thle
brighter and purer reputation of con
ferring some permanetnt benefit on
their country in,. the improvement of
its Agriculture. They forget thlat the
very men who fail at fhrming are mnen
who would fail at any) thing else, and1
that their chances of success are Oqapal
in farming to 'hat- titey wouild be in
other puarstuits, perhatps eveni greater,
sme~e the field is wider and nobler.
would rather havec the reputation of
doing something to itmprove tile agri
culture of my country, thlan to hav'e
thu reputation of Napoleon.
Ameicuan Agqricuilftri,t.
VrorrAlaE AN'D ils Scr.nT.'--Vol
tirie, wheni on his estate of Ferney,
was fond( of assuingl~l the air of tno.
bility', and dispilayed a. mtiI philuoso
pbical hat red of preachers. One of
the poor fellows was c'aught and
brought before him. Voltaire deter
mined to try im in fortn of law, and
took his seat as judge, directing his
secretary to act, as conisul for the priso.
ncr. 'I he ad vocate~ made a long speelch
in his ihv'or, and studdenly stopped
short.
" WXhy do you hesitate?" aisked
Voltaire.
" I wibh to read a passage from a
volutne ini your libiary."
lie procuredc( the book, andli kept
turning over the leaves for' sotne time,
without saying a word. Voltaire be
camne impatient, and asked him what
book lie was looking at.
" It, is your Phil'osophical Dictiona
ry," was the answver.
" Well."
"'nt have been. huoking- the the word
'humanit y,' and I see you have onmitted
it."
Voltaire thought the argument so
forcible, that the culprit wa. set. free
at once.
PoisoN Id (GUANtO.-OneO or the cus
torn officers, stationed at Kalderkirch
en, near Venlo, IHolland, had a slight
wound in the forefinger, caused by a
thorti in shearing a hedge. The wound
was nearly healed, when, recei':ing
some guano, he was so incuatious as
to- work tho.stuff with. bare hands.
T(hat w'as at 3' o'%>lek, F". M.--at 4
the w hole hI -tnd was Nwoln---at 5, the
a; in to .the elh'bow-at 6, the whole
arm and a part of the ehtest were ini a
.<tate of high. idhuna2biln, and at 11
o'clock the same da,y, the poor wretch
was a corpse, notwi~thstanding the aid
of two skilful phlysioians. It appears,
therefore, that the gua'.o co'ntains some
vene :cuts particle, and that people
cannot be tuosceareful in using thlat stuif.
A thousand sainats, with all their for
ttde, patietnce, and united efforts,
could not bear the burden of onle sin.
What, then, did Christ endured, when
all the sins of the world wecre laid;
upon hi m
"BROWNING & LEMAN, "
IMPORTERS OF
Frensclh, Ba'itIwI nad Gersansa
DRY GOOD,
208 an?.231 King.ureet corner of Mar.
ket Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
0 ARPETINGS.-.ngridn,.3 Pty, Mius.
seis Tapestrv rnd Velvets.
CURTAIN- IATERIALS, in Silk, Satin
and Worsted.
CURTAIN CAMBRICS and iAIUSLINS, in.
large variety.
EMBROIDERED LACE and MUSLIN
CURTAINS, all st'les.
GILT COIW4CV-, in all the new design.
CURTAIN GIMPS, HOLDERS, LOOT'S,
TASSELS, &c.,
DRAPERY CORDS-and. BELL ROPES,
in all varieties.
BRIITISH' end AEIJCAN FLOOR OIL.
CLOTHS.
SILVER anl GILT STAIR RODS ant'
STAIR CARI'ETINGS of all styles.
WII;vrON, VELVET, and AXalJNSTER
RUGS, in great variety.
PLANTATION W O O L E N S--B L A N
KETS, PLA INS. KEtSEYS, CAPS,&c.
Itced and White FL ANNELS1 SilRTINGS,
an.
CGPTON OSNABURGS, of all the best
Southern makes.
English and American COTTON FLAY,
N E.S.
French. English, ndi Arnerican. PRitI2PS.
LINENS OF; ILICINR1)SON'S- superior
make, for Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow CasE<.,
TMale Daadke, Doylies, Napi ins. Towellings,
Iltckabacks, Fruit Cloths, B. E. Diapers,
Grass Cloths, &c.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERS and VESTINGS;
of best French Goods.
SERVANTS CLOTIIS, in all the shades of
English Goo,Is.
SATIN ET1 i'., TWEEDS, JEANS and LIN
SEYS, of all qualities and styles.
WITH A FUI.L. ASSORTMP.NT OF
Rich Dress Goods.
It SILKS, TISSUES, PaI. EGESGREN.
A-DINES, MIUSLINS, &o.
IOMIlAZINES-, AEiPACAS and MOURN.
IN; GOODS, en great variety.
EIDR$VDERS and LACE GOODS, of ev
ery description.
EVENING DRESS Goods in Great variety,
constantly received.
All the above are of our own.
DIRECT i MW"oBBmIrrwO R,
and offered at the LOWEST MARKET'Prices
TERMS.-Cash, or City Acceptance.
ter" The one price system strictly ad
iered to, and all Gnnds Warranted.
BROWNING & LEIAN,
Charleston, S.- C., Jan. 6th, 1854. 11 if
To The Pub;c
Auctionecr's Notice.
JAMES II. CLARK begs leave to noti
fy the citizens of Sumterville and. the-A
cinity, that he is noiapreparedl-to, give his
entire attention to a ny business. itn 'the
auction line. He has had some experience.
and hopes by diligence and attention to
merit a share of ptiblic favor.
Sumterville, tan. 11th, 1850 11-4if
IMUEL C, DUNN7& CU,1
37 Dey Street,. . 20 Bayne Street,
New York. -. Charleston,.:}. C.
SAMUEL C. DtYN,. Gnot H Dots tus
July lth, 1853 37-tf
Notice.
The Snbscriher reapecutily informs his cea
torgeru andl the publIc thn~t 'ie cannot carry. on
his. bnsiness on a credit of twelve monthi h.
Prompt customers wvho .may favor him wvith
their work may expect to hu called on at any
time for money whaen the artice is wanted.
lHe returns lisa thanks for the liberal patronage
wihich he has received.
BI. FOLSO3[L
January 3, 1854 10 6-.
To Rent.
AComodious anti comnfortable Dwelling
House, wvithi a basement apartment
and good out-btuildiners. The House is
situnated on WVashtington. Street convenient
for business. To a good tenant its will be
rented low. For terms apply to
J. RL. LOGAN.
TINDAL, WATSON & CO,
THlE mubiscribers having estalished them
selves at the tanud opposite A. J1. Aloses' Store,
re."pect fll~y solicits ihe attenhion of thesi-friends
and. thme public to thecir well selecteda stock.
Their assartmdent onmprises all articles usmtl
kept, (ercpting liquors; andl will ife constaantly
replenisheda, noid- d isose'd of on as favorable
terms as ae ofyered any w'here.
Their stock consists in part mus follows:
Ladies' Dress Goodls and T1riummings,
Indies' Collars, Chlemisettes and Undser
sleeves.
L~aces, Edlgines, and Insert ings,
Jar-onet andl Swaiss ainslinas,
Ladlies' andl gentlemnat's L. C Ildakf's.
A large lot of Hosiery andl Gloves, Cravats
and Stocks. Also,
A full snpply of P'rints andl Donmestics.
G ROC ElI I ES, Iliard wvare, Ilaolloware,
Carpenter's and lacksmith's Tlools,
Castern, Puimps and Pipes, Carriaee Trim
mmlfgs,
Croc'kary andl Glassware, Saddlery and
Ilarneasa,
IBootsa, Shoe,', lHat,, Caps, ft'endy mad*
Clothing, &c. &. &c.
TIINDA L, WATSON & CO.
Just .s S. TIiytn a..
S.t btIt. WATr..
II. W. Giasen.
February 22J, 1854 17 if
Who Wants Money ?
The subscriber fur one, is particulcriy in
wvant of it. andl he hopes that these who hanvs
patronized lainm so lihemialy, will continnje their
Mie ndship by paying up, andl enaling~ lim to
met the dlentmada of otherns. "Wheels' cannot
move withotut grease''
T. D. FRIESON.
Jan. 18, 1854. 12 t
For Sale.
T1 HIE-SUBSCRIBER ofl'ers for sale on
. very reasonable terms, some valuable
improveda and utnimprovead lots In the Town of
Sumierville. For particulara, apply to.
ARtCH'D. ANDICRSON.
Sumierville, Jan. 3d, 1854. 10-if.
FISK'S MalTALLIlC COPFI NS of al
size.., constantly on hand and for sale
by HUDSON & BROTHER,
Opp. Temperance Hali Sumnterville.
June 15th, 1852 24--f
OUR OFFICE IS PREPARED TO
All Orders in~ .Joh Wor~k,
i1itl) Ntatnese enb BespaId).
We hope those of owa readers wish ing
work donn, in thi. line, ...: ,.:,. ... a -all
Columbia Clothing
Fullings, Bostwick.& Co,
COLUMBIA, S. C:
H AVE constantly on hand the largest
stock of
in this place, which they are prepared to
sell at prices lower than- any owher estab.
lishment in-Colombia.
Their Clothing is manufactured by them
selves with particular reference to this
market, and they feel warranted to say it
is inferior to none, and SUPERIOR TO
MOST CLO'THING of!ired in any part
of the country. Their business is con
ducted upon the one price cash~principle,.
and the price of their goode- markedlin
p1ain figures-upon each article by which a
uniforniity 'of price is .observed, and the
inexpesienced b er. is enabled to- make
his purchases at Ws low a rate, as the more
experienced and better judge. Persons
visiting Columbia are respectfully invited
to an examination of our stock and prices.
February' 15h,. 1854. 16-ly.
SOU ji CAROLINA.
In Equity--Sumter District
R. E. Yates, et. al,
vs. Bill for Acet. &c.
l~m. Sanders,. et al.
IN pursuance of an order in this case, I
will ofr at publie sale on the frst Mon
day in May next, between the houre-of 11
o'clock A. M., and 3, 1'. M., at the Court
[louse in the District and State aforesaid,
the lands particularly below described, ly
ing in Marengo county, in the State-of Ala
bama, to wit: East half of N, E. quarter
of section 32, in township 14. of Range
one East in the District of St. Stephens,
Alabama, containing 79, 86 1-2 100 acres.
West half of N. W. quarter of same
township, range &c., containing 79, 80 1-2
100 acres.
East half of S. E: quarter of. Fractional
section 31, insame township &c:, contain
ing 80 acres.
Nortb.Eastquarter of Fractional section
31, in same township &c., containing
151,66-100 acres.
S. W. subdivision No. 3, of Fractional
section 1, in township 13 of Range one
West, in the district of lands subject to sale
at St. Stephens Ala., containing 100,77"
100 acres.
East half of S. W. quarter of section 9,
in township 13 of Range one East. contain
ing 89221 1-2-100 acres.
S. W. subdivision No. 3, of fractional
section 1, in township 13 of range one
Vest, containing 11,77-100 acres.
N. W. half quarter of sections 12, in
township 13 of range one West, contain
ing 89-acres,.
East half and N. W. quarter of N. W.
quarter of section No. 6, township 13, range
No. one East containing 121,47-100
W W. quarter-ol section No. 31, town
ship No. -, of r~rg o -.,
taining 169 acres.
East half of N. '.. qparter of section
No. 1, township No. 13, of range No. 1,
Weet,.contairing e'acres.
West half of S. E. quarter of section
No. 31, township No. 14, of range No. one
East, containing 80 acres.
W. half of S. W. quarter, of section 32,
township.. 14, ranga No. one East,.contain
ing 70,8G-10tracrds.
\Vest half and S. E. quarter of N. E.
quarter of section No. 0, township No. 1:3,
of rangc No. one East, containing 121,48
100 acres.
West half of N. W. quarter of section
No. 5, township No. 13,-of~ range No..one
East, conta'ninlg ~9.-10 acres.
N. E. quarter of N. E. quarter of section
No. 6, township No. 13, of range No. one
East, containing 40,49.00.
Tants :So miuchi-cah will ha required
as will pay the expen)ses of the sale for the
balance ihe purchaser, unles ho preforto
pay cash, to give bond with good-unrety
to te Cmmtissioner, payable in two cquail
annual instalments. with interest front the
day of sale payable annually until the
whole is paid.
W. F. B. HIAYNS WORTH,
Comn'r Eq'y S. D.
Sminerville, Feb. 28, 1854.
Felb. A0, 10.~1, 18 9t
Lumber and Wood,
TITE tuhaarih~er, superintendant of the
Steam Saw Mill of Coghlan, Dixon & Co., re
specmfuilty imnforms thme public, that they are pre
parcel to furnish Luber of anty description at
the shmorme-st notice.
hanving good! wagn and teams, they can do.
liver to purchlasers when desired. They have
a large quantit y of prime Oak and Lighitwoodl
which they can deliver to customers onimeoder
ate terms.
'vTsam.---reasoaname-dedjction in all cases
for cash, or otiferwise, notes will he taken when
order, are filled.
Every exertion will lie used to give eatisfac
tioni to those who mavour us with orders..
C(G;LA N, DIXON,.& Co.
Sumter'ville, Jan. 18, 1851. 12 tf
Notice..
Look Up Street,
WVnB Ct..uu's HOTEL is still in op.
eration-(thanks to the kindness of good
friends)-ready to receive customers, and
entertlain themt, to their entire satisfaction.
Mr. C. is resolved that his Hotel shall not
be excelled by any house in the country.
Everything the market can furnish shall
be spread upon his table, wvell cooked- amdd
cleanly. Theib'eds are all in good order,
and sha.1 be kept so. Give him a trial
and Mr. Clark piedges satisfaction.
Jan. 11, 18M4 11 if
Important Notice,
FELLOW CIT1#N t-It Is a paiuful task
t3mnbut stern neesesity and your negligence
an esgfulness, demand that I should remind
alt'those indebted to m, either by note or ac
count, to comeodo taw with the chink, hide. or
corn at the mill,,oa or before the Lut Monday
in March nextL to save yourselves of displeas
ure and to oheit Lawyers, SherIffs and petty
Constables out-oPeast, for
At the lossof a penny
You'll grtumble and groan,
As though the rheumatics
Were pierr.ing. caelbhone.
The ghost of bad shillings
Forever you wvilt haunt,
And you shake, least to-morrow
bhould bring you to want.
Pay u, and nave costs, and there will
~ett~r1~tWI~ FRANCIS BUTLERb
.Jun. 25, 1851 13 tf.
Old Brass and Copper,
The Subscriber will pay 12.2 cents per
pound in cash for any quan'ily of old Brass
or Copper, delivered at his shops, near the
Wilmington and Mpmchester R& 1t Depot
in Sumterville.
T. 3. COGIUA N.
$100 Reward.
. RUNAWAY, on last Tuesday the
17th instant, my Boy RICIA RD, a
whito nulatto,.aliout five feet three
or four inches high, tolerably stout built,
about' twen two yearsw old with straight
light colored hair, has a very sulky ap
pearance, and answers quick and short
when spoken to said boy has a short thick
foot, he hands short and thick; chubby
fingers. He aid. the scar of a blister. on
his forehead just above the eye'hrows-,-he
nay try to hide it by wearing his cap or
hat down over his forehead. le will be
sure to pass himself for a white man for
he is very white and has been taking great
case of his skin for some time. When he
left he had a cloth cap, black coat and a
dark colored pair of pants. He will be
sure to change his cap and clothes its soon
ao he can;.he also wears his hair in front
straight down to hide the scar of the blis
ter. He is a shoemaker by trade, though
he may not go at the business, expecting
that lie will be so advertised.
The above reward' of @he. Hundred
Dollars will be paid for his delivery in any
Jail in the State. He will be sure to give
himself another name.
JAMES LOWRY.
Bradleyville, Sumter District, S. C.
1Ml1y 2htn, 1852 30-f
Camden Journal and Cheraw Ga
e'df publish five titmes.
Notice.
Bislaopville Carriage and
Harness 1IJaunfactory.
JAMES W. AMBROSE still continues to
carry cn the above buliness in all its various
branches, and takes this meteod of-returning
his timnks to his friends for their liberal patron.
n4e, and hopes liy close attention to business to
still merit the same. CARRIAGES tais BUG.
GIES made to order and warranted for twelve
menish. If they should fait in. that time h,
polft. of workmanship or material, they will be
repaired free of charge. ie deems it unnee
essary to say anything in regard to the neat
ness and durability of his work, as his work
will show for itself. Call on him at Bishop.
ville and he will give as good bargains as can
be had in Charleston.
Hie also does plough-work at short notice.
Iorse-shoeing done with neatness and dispatch
at $1 50 all round. his terms for new worig.
will be to suit purehasers.-With interest al.
wayR.
1 ishopvillc, S. C., Jan'y 18th, 1851 12-6m
AT TILE OLD STAND OF S. & J. GILBElIT
S.&E. M. GILBBRT
continue the CARRIAGE
1BUSIVEs S at the above
stand-No. 35 and 40 Wentworth-street,
Charleston-where they will be pleased to
exhibit to their old friends and.customers
a very extensive Stock of Vchiclet.com
prising those of their own manufacture,
together with various other sty!es usually
fonnd in this market. Their long acquaint
ance with this market as manufneturers
and-dealers will enable them to offer great
inducements to purchasers both in styles
and prices.
March 15, 185.1. 20 ly
SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity---Sumter District.
Mary E. Richbourg,)
by next friend
And . W... W. Rich
bourg, and wife. Bill for
Vs Injunction and
Sam'l. Richbourg . Reblief.
and .Tohn IL Blax
ter.J
IT appearing to my sat.f.,ton, iha. ih,-~
above tnamed John II. Baxter resides
beyond the limits of the States. ht is or.
dered that Ihe do appear anti answer, plead,
or demur to the said Bill, withmn three
monthli from the publication of this notice
or an order pro. confeeso theseon will be
entered agaitnst him..
A'so, ordered that. the above order pub
lished for three months in one of the Ga-i
zetta of the district.I
W. F. B. 1-IA YNSWVORTH1,
Comi'r. Erity. S. D.
Feb. 28, 1~>*k 12 3mn
Nbbe&,
A LL persons who are in my debt a fee,
Will pleaset to comes forwardl, and payit to-rae,
For I am now out of the indluljging mood.
And couldn't wait longer. indeed, if I would;
T1h~e Sherifyhas got me, with harness orn hack;
And soon I'm to trot otn a very rough track,
If my friends dotn't conie forward. and giw
me a.liin,
I'll go to the d6-il, soon, all in a drift,
But rather than go~ to him, so early, hark ye ?'
I'll give a we hit of a hint; now mark me!
Itf you dlon't pay up, right, tinder your noses,
I'll take all your papers, and give thema to
Mose.,
And then, oh, then, you'll get your farin
Int hell, he'll roast you like a hetrin,
J. S. RICiH. M. D.
Claremdion, Feb., 8, 1854. 15 tf
Cabinet Wareroom.
F. M. ANDREWS,
T44hs imethod of infonrming the citizens
of S'umterville and vicinity,
that he has jtust openened on
the -corne atlsve- ('larks Ho
tel, his NEW ClABINET
WA REROOM, where he will keep ibr sale,
cheap, all such furniture as comes under this
department of his trade; and will furnish for
cash, at Charleston prices, all descriptions of
Furniture made. Repairing executed at the
shortest notice.
Mahogany and plain Collins furnished with
out deolay
Fe b. 8, 1854. 15 tf.
PI~OOds!. Fall Goods
BlUTLER & NEWBERY would respectfully
inform their friends and the Public generally,
that they have Juist received a large and wet! te
lected Stock of~
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
embracing every qjpality and style of LA DIES'
DikESS-GOOD8; He~av.y Eboods, &c., tirocer
lee, hoots and Shoes of every descriptin;.jlatest
stylis Hats-and Caps; Hardware and Crockery;
Ready Made Clothing, eto..eto.,. to which, they
particularly invite attentions
A lot of CHOICE SEGA RS,
Negro Shoes.
The subscriber hias made arrangement.. for
the manuft~acture of from Four to Five Trhousand
pairs of the-a~bove article by theFA LL. For
reference as to quality, ho would respectftully
refer persons who may be disposed to purchase
of him, to those who patronized him l ast year
As to price, he will guarantee them as low as
can be offerded.
May 22 2 .J MORGAN.
To the Public,
JOHN- CIIINA offbra hiis services, to. the
citizens of Sumter District antd the public gen.
erally and pledlges himself to give every atten
tion to the sale of all properties entrusted to his
hands on commtissli~erliherat austier, or pri
vate sale. The facilities he enjoys, as to .sitpqi
tion andl his long experience In the buisinems are
ieatisfsetory ovideonce of his abIlity to do juier
to any who may employ him.
l-'h 22, 1851 ,-7 i
DYSPEPSIA I
CAN BE CURED!
DaLORME'S BAUM DE VIE," or Balsam of
Life is, after a trial of upwards of twenty years
in a great variety of cases, confidently offered to
the public, especially to those afflicted with the
most distressing complaint, as a sure and speedy
relief for their suflerings.
Read the following certificates. They are
from gentlemen of high standing and residing
in your-immediate vicinity. They are but one
oriwo of the many in our possession all extoll
ing the healing virtues of this, (to use the words
of a grateful Dispeptic who was cured by its
use) most precious compoumnd.
Cert'iicate from the Rev. Ilartie ll Spain.
8 menvit.t.E,. S. C. Jan. 131h 1853.
Mr. CHAS. DELOntti.
Dear Sir: -Last Spring I used two small hot
ties of your Jalan of Life; and experienced
much benefit. I took it two or three times dai
ly, a teaspoonful at a dose in a wine glass of
water.
It acted on my liver, and imparted a healthy
tone to all my digestive organs, relieving me of
distressing headache, and many other disagreca
ble dysp-pfir svmtone.
[Sfgncdj 11. SPAIN.
Mr. CIA& DELORMEI
DEAR SIR :-I take great pleasure in recom
mending your "Baume de Vie." whioll'i have
often used, and always. with decided relief,
when suffering from attacks of Dyspepsia. At
oncsaatimlanti tonic and cathartic, I am sat
imfied it will prove eminently serviceable to all
who are afflicted with Dyspepsia. Its-general
introduction throughout the country will be a
public benefit.
To keep a supply constartly- on-hand, which
I would not exchange for all the Anti-dyspep
tic nostrums from Maine to Texas.
Yours respectfully,
(Signedi JOIIN W. ERVIrk
For sale by,
t1IJ.LER & BRITTON,
Dr. W. J. I)ARGAN, & Co.,
" " " M. A. IHiggins, Darlington C. II.
"- " " Dr. J. E. Byrd, rimmonsville,
And hy Drugist enerall -.
BOAT\ llGIIT1 & I ARKULOO.
Wholesale Agents, Columbia, S. C.
Novciniier 9 2 if
Business (Card.
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK
DEROSSET & BROWN,.
WILMINGTON, N. C.'
Cotton Factors and General Commis
lion Aerchant,..
D B. MLAURAN, Esq.. will give per
t. sonal and special attention to the in.
terests and orders. of his. friends in this
State and the adjoining Count'es of North
Carolina, who may favor these Houses
with their patronage. Consignments of
produce to the House in Nekw York, either
by way of C!rleston, Georgetown, or
Wilmington, will be covered by insurance,
if notice of the shipment he promptly giv
en..
MAy 3, 1853' 27.-tf
CARR1IAGES! OIliAGES !
LEONARD CHAPIN,.
Manufactrc and Dealer in
Carriages and Harness,
OF every descriptions Nos 124, Meeting street,
and 33 Wentworth street. next to the old stand
of Gilberts & Chapin, Charleston, S. G..
WM. R. HUNTER, may lie found ai the
above Repository, and he takes this method to
assure his friends that all orders entrusted to
him will be attended to promptly and with strict
fidelity.
Oct. 19th, 1853. 51 1 y
Negroes Bought and Sold.
TIIE undersigned has opened an office at No.
16 State Street, Charleston, wvhewu he has on
hand a nturaher of LIKELY YOUNO. NE
if-RiO-S for sale from whinh-lie can supply tlhe
wants of aumy of the community. These Ne
roes are purchased imn Marvland, Virginia,
Nomrth anid South Carolina. To his lot lie is
continumall y receiving accsins. Th'le highest
prices paid a mt all times fors negrmoes.
J1 Mm E. SHIA'RPE,
1W8raute Street.
Cliarleston, Dec. 21', 1853 8 l y
Law Notice.
J. B. N. HAMMLVET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTEIRVIILLE, S. C.
Oflice next do'or to J. B. & Rt. C. Webb's
New York Store.
Marchm 22, 1853 21-tf
For Cash, And that only.
Thle cheapest GROCERIES ever solmd
in Suimtervlle,.can hie hand fromn*GO)RDON
& COh1.at IDt- Mellett's Old Stand.
Segarrs of the finest quiality -md most ap.
prov ed Brwmms ini the world,. loget her withI
Preserved Frnita of different kinds, Syrups,
Nttts, &c. A share of the ptublic patron.
nge is desired, provided it is accompJaniec
by time CASH, but not otherwise.
GORDON & CO.
BULR&REMOVAL,
ULR&N EW IHERY have removedi from
tha'ir former stand to the one formerly. oeoupied
by kE. O. PRtINGLE & CO., mine door North of
F. IIOYT'S .Jewelry Store, wvhere they would
be pleasedl to msee themr friends and customers.
Oct 5, '853. 49 tf
JOSEPH WHILDEN,
DEALER IN
Paints 9fl, Glass
AND
SHIP CHANDLERY,
No. 60 I-2'East-Bay, opposite P. & M. Bank,
CHJARLESTON, .S C..
He keep. constantly for sale, a generaf assort
ment of Paints and Oils of all kmnds, Windowv
Glass and Sashes, Spirits Turpentine, Cam
phene, Spirit Gas, Talflow, Grintdstoncs, Cor
dtage, Chain Pumps, Cotton Foot Gin Fixture.,
Glue, Packing Yarn, arid Brushes of various
kinds.
Oct.26, 1853. 52 Cm
FORWA RDING
AND
Commission Merchant,
WZLMIUNGTON, N.L. C..
PARTICULAR attention giv'en to the SALI
or SIlIPMENT of Naval Stores and Cotton
and liber CASH ADVANCES made on Con.
sionents.
Des , 1853. 7 ly -
Administrator's Notice.
All persons having demandcs agamnet the
Estate of Mrs. Fi. Connors, deceased, arc
requested to hand them in properly attest.
ed; and'those indebted, wilL. please nmakie
immediate. payment to
T. H. CONNORS, Admn'r.
Nov. 14, 1853. 3 tf
T: C WORTH,
A N D
ForardngMerChant
WILMANGTO, N, C.
p
M A R RI AG E,
liappiness and Competence
VIIY IS ITt
Plat we behold many females, scarce Is the meridian of
rife broken, in health-aud spirits with a complication of
daseases and ailsiens, depriving them of she power for tia
euoytsqsnt of lile at an age when physical health buoyae r
of spitints. and happy serenity of mind. arising Lios a ens
diton nf analth. should be predominant.
Many of the Catues of-her sufferings at first-perhaps
years before, perhap, drinsg girlhood, or the frst years of
mraage-were in theirorigsa-so light as to pass snnoticed,
and at course neglected.
IN AN'IER YEARS,
When too Isle to be benefttted by one knowledge, we look
back and mount, and regret the full consequences of our
ignorantce.
what would we not often give to posses, ia early life
the knoled age we obtain in tIVw years ! And what days
and nights at anguisha we mighrnoe-have been sahred, it
the knowledge was timely poaseuzed. It is
DELANCIIOLY AND STARTLING
To behold the sickness and suffering endured by many a
wire for uany years from causes simple and controllable,
easilysesneded-or etterstill.-not Incarred, ifevery
WIFE AND MOTHlER
F.tsiesed the information contained in a little volum,
(within the reach of all) whie would spare to herself
YEARS OF MISERY,
And to her husband the constant toil and aeniety of mind,'
necessarily devolving upon him from sickness of the wife,
without gaviie him te opportunity of acquiring that corn.
peteuce wihica his exertsons are en titled, and the pousss
,ion of which would secuse the happaness of hinself,
wife, and chaildren.
SECURIC TIHE MEANS OF IlAPPINES3u
By becoming in time possessed of the knowledge, the-'
went of whsch has cased the sickless and poverty of
thsonsands.
In view of such consequences no wife or mote r is
eunsable if she neglect to avail herself of that know.
edge in respect to herself. which would spare her mucha
sefferin . be the means of happiness and prosperity to her,
husbati. and confer upon her children that blessaing above
all ?rice-healthy bodies, with healthy sinds. That
kaowledge is contained in a little work entitled
Prkvsate Medical Companion..
BY. DR. A. N. DIAUI).CEAU,
rnorrseon or r.tsraas or woagen.
One iirndreth Edtlonr. itmo., pp. 2$0. Price 50 Cent..
[oM rtNE PAPERa EITRA asNDoo, $1 00.)
First published to 1517. and it is riot
SURPRIZING OR WONDERFUL,
'onslderin thtat EVERY FEMALE,.
WIi E'I'l-1 MARItItEIA OR NOT, east
lasre neaq.reo r Satll Mied-riesge of the
nantsrroyetsrraster astud nauses of her cons
5lillssts, rltia the various sysaptoms, aistd
Slant nearly
HIMU35 A" MILLION COPIES
otud 11 have been sold.
Ir i imtracticalhle to convey fully the various sul.aleets
treated of. as they}-. aeof a nature strictly intended foe
the niarris-l. or tn se- crsarreplatisg marrisges, but no
fern-ale dlearnui of einniang helth, and .hat beanty. eon
.eiaenst atrona health. which is so conducive to her own
h artue, and that of her laasbaied. but either has or will -
l.. i. at has or will every husband who has the love
ad tfeeders .f his wife at heart, or that of his own pe
u "".. w i m r.+retarenr.
raw a tt DS OW ONE INIUNDREDTIIOU.
SAND ('OPIES
,T.NT SlY DIAINE within the last few
' "ON TO THE PUBLIC.
NOT DEFRAUDED I
tart,' aroleas "Dr. A. M. Mnanceau. 129
r-at. . Y."' Is on the title page, and Ithe
.: -twe Clerk-s Office on the back of the title
. nil huity only on. respectble and honorable.
.J rv, nr oi'nd by. mall, and. address to Dr. A. M.
.aarie,-au. as theen are spurious satsd surreptitious
.rrin;t.-msenls of cipy-rtight.
--ERt. MTIF'IC AND IIUSDAND+
PONDER I
"."t er for Ignorance, wlaenta s-nnrauce
Is lasery to those we Inasl sneanr ansst
eerse. rnsl wlett to.cstapel osar Igssoraases'.
Is wais.ia our reach.
To enable every one to decilo upon the indls.
,a.nusrl nAemsity of pnansesing a copy. and that no
wilfe, air mother need remain uninformed unarn this
arsy cuses, which. sooner or later, are diitlned to
nake fearfal ravages upon her health, unlessguardied
t -nita. anal that no consiatrot anal affecennat,
alilntal have caise to tpbralid bhrnt'f wifhbmnglaet
a te welfare of his wife-a parrphlot of thlrt'sis
.agi'o. enntntining full TYflnpuga arid Insle of Vane.
'.af ti:'tler with extrncts-forn the book, will tn
-.t 4we of c arga t.o any-part of the Untied States,.
-t tal-.Inring, Iwssali. at herein.
N' C.utswlealge--l'b. pp1alstea, es't e1
pisrle -t bb lgsorant.
tl" ain cneeipt nf One -Dollar (.fone thI An.. e.t
.oat. e'xtrt bleeiss )"iRMittE OAt
i'itv AT MEDCAL OMPAION" ts sentl(re&.
vf far) to aity part of thae Uteetl Slates. All--le4
era m-st be pn.taid. and aaire.tldto-DeiA. .%t
zilA17ltmE A U, fox 1224. New Yatr k Cty. Fublis?'
agtffieo. Nn.t 129 LIberIs strenet. 'ew Yur'k.
For saie by
ROB.INSON .& CA RLISLE,
Ilamtburg, S. C.
Tn New York City, by
Stringer & Townsend, Adriance, Sherr
man& Co., Dewitt &. Davenport, Barns &
Co. Omehe, 129 Liberty Street, near
Greenwich.
May 17th, 1853' 29--1t
Improved Cotton- Gins:
Thank ful for past favours thte suhbscriber wish
en to irnform the pusbliC that Ito still manufae.
tures-Cotusm.Gins at his establilhhmentt int State
hturgn on the most impmoed and approved plan.
which hie thinks that the cottan ginned on one
of those gins of' the late improvement is worth
at int a quarter of a cent more than the cot
ton ginnted on the ordinary gin. H~e alto man.4
utfacttures thorn on the most simplst construction, .
of the finest finisif anal of. thte heat materials ;to.
wit, Steel Saws andiSteel Plated Rib. Case
hardlenedl wvhi he veil) sell for $3 per Sawe.
lie alrso repairs old gins and puts them in comn
plsate onkhr at the shiortesit notice. All orders for
Gins will be prompti - and putnotually attended
to. VILAM ELLISN.~
Stlateborg, Sumter Dit, S. C. Feob 17,-- 26~
Veterinary Surgeon,
ROBERT W. ANDREWS notofiass the
ctizens of this, and the adjoining Districts,,
thnat he has removed his Stables near the Do
pot of thte WV. & M. R. Rtoad, where he is radsy.
at all times to tak e charge of diseased Hforses'
for a moderate charge ; in all cases where there
Is no cure no pay will be expected. Hie also
continues to ta ke Passtengers to and froaa slaa
Depot, and expects shtortly to receive a New
Omnibus for that purpose. Goodas he will haul
at the old-rate of 10 cents per package, and.
solicits the patrottage of the itubio..
Feb. 22, 1853 17-tI'
NEW STORE
Third .Door South of the Town Halt'
and nearly opposite 2hndal & Watson
T HE subscriber would respctfully in..
Lform lie citizens of Sumtervillo and.i
the public generally, that he has opened at
the above place a general assortment of.
Dry Gootds, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Caps. H~ardware, Croeceryware, &c. &c.
A'.o, A Choice lot of Family Groceries of;
every tdescription, with. Fruit of vatlous
kinds, such as Oranges, Apples, Lemons,
&c. &c., which he will sell very low for:
Calh.
J. BARRET..
Nov. 9, 1853. 9 - ly
In Equity---Sumter District,,
Wailliam Lewis,
Adm'r. of BILL.
Leonard White,
vs. IF. J. & M.J Moses
Charles W. Miller, aJ Compl'ts. Sol'e.'
The creditorsa of the late Dr. .TAxes HaTS
swoartt, entitled to claim tunder his assignment
to the above named Defendant, execntted on
the 28th day of Jtuly A. D. 1t42, are hereby no
tified that, by an order In- the abdve stated .
cause, they are required to establish Iheir dle
mandls before me, Commissioner in EquIty for
Sumter District aforesaid, on or before the
first day of Mlay next.
I also give notice that I will until the
said first day of Mlay next, receivo proposals for
the sale of a part of the real estate conveyed by
the aid assignment, lying partly if not wvholty
in the corporate limits of Sumtervlle, hounded,
by lands of Dr. 3. C. IIAaswoaru, W. .
Batefsoni, T'. J. Corslnr.Ai, antI Mrs. C. Bos
5A3MD, anid by the new road wunning from Sumjt.
ter~ilio to the steam mill of T. J. toeon LAN. &
Co., supposed to contain abona one.humilred asi4
siyacres. ~ JA N W I~~
1 - . F. B A N W RH
Com'r. in) Eqtuity S. tO.
De. a" 193. oI or.

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