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(st rCT E D.)
To Untimely Wisfter,
BY Tlt LATE MARY SHELDON, OF wlSCoNSIN.
Reenone, old Winter! thou white-beardcd thing,
srhBestering tornenter of tIhe lovely Spring ;
A dreaning poet said, that on the lap
Of rosy Spring thou once did take a nap ;
And now it seems, forsooth, that thou ulost take
'I he fiction in good earnest, and (lost. mtake
Thy unily court to hear; and thou woulisi woo
Bright Spring to kiss those lips so cold and bliue!
Oe1 W inter, thou art vain--dost thou not see
The maiden flies wheno'r approached by thee?
With terror, to some sunny far retreat,
Where thy cold breath can never clhill again
The birds and flowers rejoicing in her train.
All the fair things that brighten in her smile
Vanish away at thy cold presence. While
Thou walkest through tihe park and down the
The litde children who went out to meet
The Spring with inerritnent, run back anl say,
With tears and sobs, that Spring has flown
And dreadful Winter has returned once more
And paces up and down before the door.
Wheno'er you go afield, across our hills,
And through the meads and valleys, c'en the
That langh'd like infants 'neath the Spring's
Grow cold and dull-all dark and still they lie.
Go, Winter, go ! for ye can only fright
Wane Spring before yo, dropping, in her flight,
'The tender blossoms, nourished by her breath,
To meet, beneath thy feet, a cruel death.
Where snow capp'd mountains pierco the north
Howl in thy solitude, but ne'er again
Trespass upon our gentle Spring's domain.
Col. BaNiroN.-The New York Com
mercial Advertiser, a staunch Whig
"Onl Saturday we received a Tele
graphic despatch to the eflTvct that the
Hon. Mr. Benton had notifted his
friends that he would neither send nor
receive letters through the St. Louis
post office, because the postmaster of
.that city had been appointed contrary
to his recommendation and wishes.
The president ard Postmaster General
declined to appoint a gentleman Mr.
Benton recomniendod, and did appoint
one who was obnoxious to him. We
threw the despatch under the table
deeming in an exageration, to say the
least, for who could have supposed that
a man of Mr. Benton's years would
have been guilty of such a piece of
cgregious folly and small and imnpo.
tent revenge ? The despatch, howev.
er, was entitled to more respect, the
honorable gentleman lattvinmg published
the correspondence between the Post
Office department and himself."
A RAnE PUFF.-It is by no means
a perfectly easy matter to write a good
puff. To do it neatlv requires tact as
well as telent. The following, if it
lacks grace, certainly possesses vigor.
It is from the Rutland Ilerald, and
describes a person of the nan of Dar
win Mott, esquire, from whom his wife
had just obtained a divorce.
"t We knew thaqt.ns De n h.., .. ,,
He caine to St. Alban's with a long
face, a silver.headed cane, and '"Rlev."
prefixed to his name. Jie preached
ono aith a few months, and suddenly
changed it. le preached and went
hunting the same days'. He preached
on temperance, (and the people were
astonished at his stoletn lectures and
feigned honesty,) and got drunk. HeI
lectured to young ladies, and played
the adutlterer. le kept a bad school;
edited a recless paipet; stole monev,
and charged the theft uapon the ser
vant girl; got the oflice of depty in
spector; got drunk upon smug:.gled
lituor; took one shirt, another tman's
wife, and a btundle of mntuscript ser
muons, and ranaway from his own ife
his paper and a crowd of cm edit ors."
POarTAm.E D~oon FASTENER AND
A LARM.-A portable door fastener and
alar: has been recently introduced.
which consist of a hllIow metal wedge,
the thin edge of which is placed uder
the door of a sleeping room, the other
end having teeth like a saw, set back
wards, so that the more ft ree used in
pressing against the door, the more se
curely the teeth hoild to prevent it
opening. A moveable plate or spring
is on the top of the wedge, between
which and the top is phuced a torpedo.
The pressure of~ the door uponi the
spring causes the torpedo to explode,
alarming the thief, and waking the
sleeping occupant of the room.
Letters from t onstanminuple allude
to an Asiatic wvarrior-womnan--Fatime
Hanem. She has arrived at Constan
tinople with six hundred horsemen as
her suite. She is an old woman of
about sixty years of age, of a very
withered appearance, and very like a
Gipsy. As she passed through the
capital last weekc, seated on horseback
like a man, thousands of people flocked
to have a view ot' her, especially
women. The Turkish females are
quite taken sghast at this, for the East,
most astonishing phenomenon, and
eagerly pressed forward to catch a
glimpse of this adve.trous old dame
as she cantered past them. " Mashal
lah I W hat a woman !'
-An act has just passed the Legisla.
ture of Now York, which provides
"thaI any married woman, whose htus.
banid, either from drunkenness, proafli.
gacy, or from any othser cause, shall
neglect or refuse to provide for her
suppor, or for the support and educa
tion of her children, and any married
woman who may be deserted by her
husband shall have the right in her
own name to transact busine-s, to
receive and collect her own earnings,
and the earnings of her own minor
children, and apply the same for her
om support and the support anid edtu
cation of' such children, free from the
control and inter'ference of'hter htusband,
or of any person claiming to be re
leaqed from thtesamne by or through
. Daily Carolina Tfmes.
41 wrld is a mngrl-a ia~paniel,
half tf(if. LAsh it ften, and when you re -
qutrieIf, a whistle will bring it to your feet;
shown bnt the al'ghat symtoms of rear, andI
it wilrn npon aid worr'- you, eve un
flow TO MAIE LOVE.-A bashful
centleman,, who had lir some time ad.
mired r- lady without daring to disclose
his passion. sitting near to her one
Sunday, at Church, hit upon the fol
lowing mehod of declaring it.. Taking
up his Bible he handed it over to her
-having lir:,t trtine down it leaf, on
which he had tol:raked, with a pencil,
the floI1'wing, ii ie epistle . fSt. Jlmhn
se'ond chapt er. fir, I verso : ' Anl now
I beseech the, lady, not as though I
wiorte a oonta~intuuitscltent ulnto ti e.. but
that. winc W. I .tl frot the I egining,
that we love one another." The lady
in a fi-w miniute< returned it, with this
pasnge turned down and marked:
( I'uth, lst. ehuter. 16th verse,)
- Whither though goet I will go;
thelit thou loigest, I will lodge: thy
'eople shal b he my people; th. G.d
my Gaod. Vhere thou diest, I will
die, and there will 1 he buried also.
The" Lord do so to rme, and more also,
if aught but. death part thee and rme.,'
GUTTA l-EaCA.-In the- year 1844,
two hundu ed pounds of a new sper ies
of gum were shipped fron the port of
Singpore. It was considered doubt.
ful at the time whether the gum could
ever be rendered sufficiently useful to
mankind to become an article of com.
merce. The experiment, however,
succeeded More than twenty thou
sand pounds were exported in the sne
ceeding year. The hne of the arti
cle spread North, South East, and
West ; mcn, women, and children wa-re
employed in its collection, and the new
trade has increased in magnitude utad
extent with every successive year.
In the year 1819, iore than two mil
lions of pounds, or a thousand tins of
gutta percha, were exported from
MAGNITUDE OF RUSSA.-Russia is
the greatest unbroken empire for ex
tent that ever existed; occupying vast
regions of Europe and Asia, and near
ly one-sixth of the habitable globe.
It is ihrty-one times the size :if France,
and one hundred and thirty-eight tihecs
that of England. Yet it was too small
for the ambition of Alexander, who is
reported to have said: "I insist upon
having the !1altic to s:kate upon, the
Caspian for a batthiig place, the Black
Sea as a wash hand basin, and the
North Pacific Ocean as a fish pond."
Ilie " eneroached on Tartary for a : ine
yard, on Turkey fit a garden, on Po
land fAr a farm, on Finland and Lap
land as a htnting ground. and took
part, of Not thi America as a place of
baenishment fir oflitltdetrs.
New York Sun.
A gud mlan's heave commences
here. The sate mnv he said if t
wiced man's hell. To taste of Para
dise all that's necessary is to taste of
vlirtue. There is tmore suniniie itt
one good act than in all the solar svs.
- - o.~-4 * d"-4.5. *
The quealitie, ef or rit:da wti be
those oaf y ourz enteies :cold frie-nds,
cold enemiies ; fervid enemies. warmi
UPHIOLSTERING AND BEDD)ING
WI[OLESALE & RETAIL,
117 King .strieel, Charleston, S. C,
TIlE subhscriber is re-ceiting a large assort.
ment ouf the above gooids.
50,000 Rolls of Paper Htanginigs ;1000 pairs
of Window S4hades, 10)0 Maurassies. aof every
discriptiion. Aleo. Pillowsc, Bolste-r,i, Lace arnd
Mutslin Cuirtainti. D atnasek, Satin De Lanes,
Cornice. Blinds, Fire Scree-nm Venitian Blinds,
All kinds of Ulpholstering, and tho business
as usiully attended to in ati its bran-e-s.
Hi. W. KINSMA N.
Mar. 29, 1851. 22 ly
Boots & Shoes,
JAMES FEN TON,
19'7, Rich ardson Street,
C:OLUMBIA, S. C.
H AS constatitly on htande and is daily receiv
ing fresh suipplies oif all kinds of Lidies and
Getlemein's hoots andl Shoes of the latest faesh
ions. Also. FRESH CA LF-SKiNS ad SOLE
LEAIIERt for ikoot-makers.
March i5, l1%l. 20 ly.
P ro p ri e t or ,
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
Feb 29, 1854. 18 ly.
Agency for Iron Railing and
THlE sutbsc-riber will receive orders for
Cast Iron Railings, andi other Iron work mnanu
ofCIIME & ROTilRS
of osto~n. Th okwill lhe delivered in
Charleston at liiastonm prices with the expenses
or iloxintg, Freight I nsurance, Drayage anid
Any person wvishin-g illustrated catalogues of
the diff'e.rent deignts can het supplied by apply.
mtg at tmy store, where specimenis of somee of the
araicles can also be seen.
A catalogue can be seen at the office of the
No.60 1-2 East Bay, opposite P. &! M. Hank
Charleston, S. C.
Mar, 29, 1854. 22 6m
OFFaCE, NoaTir COMMEncAL. WVIfAR
CIIARLES3TON, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1554. 1a 13'y
FISK'S 3lItTlALLlC COFFINS oftal
sizes, constantly on hand and f'or salk
by lhUDSON & flROTIIER,
Opp. Temnporanice IHall Sumaterville.
Juh 6t, 8%94-t
Fullings, Bostwick & Co,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
HAVE nonstantly on hand the largest
in this phece, which they are prepared to
sell at pro-es lower than any o her estab.
lishment in 'nlumbia.
''he.r Clothing is noanfactured by them.
selves with partimnlar rel'renee to this
market, and they fe'I w-ir-noted to say it
is inferior to nione, and SUPlERIOR TO
MOST CLOTIIING ol'-red in any part
of the country. Their husiness iN con.
eucted upon the (one pric-- en:sh principle,
and the price of their gr~oals mnar edi..
plain tilures upon each arti,-i- o.y wih ch :
uniformni-y of price is observeI, tind the
mOxpereenced buyer is ena'ht-l in make
his purchases nt as low a rate, ns the moIre
CXporuenced and her:er ju'dtoe. l'er.,on
visIting Columlia :oe reosgpectfully invited
to an exa-ninatinn of our stock and prices.
February I5th, 15i. 1i-ly.
Lumber and Wood,
TILE subsariber, superintendant of the
Steam Raw Mill of Coghlan, Dixon & Co.. re
spectfully inform' the public, that they are pre.
pared to furnish Lumber of any description at
the shortest notice.
Having good wagons and teams, they can de.
liver to purchasers when desired. They have
a large quantity of prime Oak and Lightwood
which they can deliver to customers on moder
TsIas.-A reasonable d.'duction in all cases
for cash, or ntherwise, notes will be taken when
orders are filled.
Every exertion will be used to give satisfac
tion to those who tavour us with orders.
COGLAN, DIXON, & Co.
Sumterville,Jan. 18, 18-. i2 tf
Look Up Street,
WEBB CLARE's HOTEL is still in op
eration-(thanks to the kindness of good
friends)--redy to receive customers, and
entertain them, to their entire satisfaction.
Mr. C. is resolved that his Hotel shall not
he excelled by any honse in the country.
Kverything the market can furnish shall
be spread upon his table, well cooked and
cleanly. The beds :re all in good order.
and shall he kept on. Give him a trial
and Mr. Ci~trk pledges satisfaction.
Jan. 11, 18.54 11 if
FELLOW CITIZENS:- .It is a painful task
todun. butt stern nece..ssityanl your negligence
and forgetfulness, demand that I shoul remind
all those indebted to m, either by note or ac
count, to come to taw with the chink. hides or
corn at the mill, on or before the first Monday
in March next, to save yourselves of .lispleas.
ure and to cheat Lawyers, Sheriffs and petty
Constables out of cost, for
At the loss of a penny
You'll grumble and, gra-,
As though the rheumatics
Were piercing each bono.
The ghotu ofhad shillings
F. rever you will haunt,
And you shake, least to-morrow
Shnuld bring you to want.
.r Pay up, and save costs, and there will
yet be a crust left you.
W31. FRANCIS BUTLER.
Jan. 25, 1851 13 tf.
Old Brass and Copper.
The Sub~serilher will m'-y 13-2 cents per
poound~ mt casho for- any quan'nyt of ob(1l ra-s
or Copper, delivered at his shons, ntear the
WVilminton and Manchester R. R. Depot
T. i. COGHLAN.
Februatry 28. 1t554 10 tf.
To The Public,
JTA.'MES II. CL ARK hters leave to noti
fy the citizens iit Sumrtervi lle and the vi
cintity, that Ihe is nnw preparedl in givet ti.
entire aottention to any buisinesso m0 thr
auictiono limit. H~e hans haid somne exneiriene,-.
anti hope's by diligence nnd attntoni to
merit a share of ptubh- fav or.
Soumterville, [a.t I I th, 1'i54 1 1-tif
SAMUEL C, DUNN & CO,
37 Dey Street, 20 [Iayne Street,
Ne'v York. Charleston, S. C.
SAMUEt, C. DUNN, GEO. II. DtoREMtUs
July 12th, 18.'3 37--tf
The Snbscriher respectfully informs his cus
tomers and the publIc that he cannot carry on
his bnuineiss on a coredit of twelve month s.
P'romopt customers who may favor him with
their work may expect to be called on at aniy
te for motney when time article is wanted.
ie returns his thanks for the liberal patronage
which he has received.
January 3, 1854 10 6m.
Who Wants Money?7
The stubscriber for one, is particulcriy in
want of it, and hoe hopes that those who have
patronized hinm so liberally, will continue their
friendshlip by paying up, and enabling him to
met the demands of other.. "Wheels cannot
move without grease"
T. D. FRIESON.
Jan. 18, 1851. 12 tf
T H E SUJBSCRIBERI ofl'era for sale 'on
very reasonable terme, some valuable
improved'and tunimproved lots in the Town of
Sumiterville. For particulars, apply to
Sumterville, Jan. 3d, 1851.It0-tf.
CONFECTIO NA RY AND FANCY
NO. 136, Richardsvm Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
PARTIES A ND WEDD)INGS FtJRNISIIED
AT SIIORTEST NOTICE.
WHOLESALE AND) RETAiL.
March 15, 1854. 20 ly.
OUR OFFICE IS PREPARED T'O
All Or'der's it Job WVork,
tUitI) Neatues aub EespatId).
We hope those of our reaol'-rs wish in~
work dchm.. in ts line wil ..;.o ... a
TINDAL, WATSON & CO,
THE subscribers having established them.
setves at the stand opposito A. J. Moses' Store,
respectfully solicits the attention of their friends
and the public to their well selocted stock.-.
Their assortment comprises all articles usually
kept, (e.cepting liquors) and will be constantly
replenished, and disposed of on as favorable
terms as are ofered any where.
Their stock consists in part as follows:
Ladies' Dress Goods and Trimmings.
Ladies' Collars, Chentisettes, and Lnder
Laces. Edgings, and Inrertings,
Jaconet and Swiss Muslins,
Ladies' and rentlemen's L. C IHdkf's.
A large lot of Hosiery and Gloves, Cravats
and Stocks. Also,
A full supply of Prints and Domestics.
GROCERIES. Hardware. iHolloware,
Carpenter's and Blacksmith's Tools,
Cistern Pumps and Pipes, Carrinee Trim
Crockery and Glassware, Saddlery and
loots, Shoes, hats, Caps, Ready made
Clothing. &c. &:. &c.
TINDAL, WATSON & CO.
JAMF.S S. TINDAr..
H. W. GAnDNF.a.
February 22, 1851 17 tf
"BROWNING & LEIMIAN, "
French, Baiisla. and Gsrasansa
209 and 211 King-ereet corner of Mar
(CIIA R LESON, S. C.
COARPETINGS-ITgrain, 3 Plys, Brus.
sets Topestrv nnd Velvets.
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin,
CURTAIN CAMBRICS and MUSLINS, in
EMBiROlI DERED LACE and MUSLIN
CURTAINS, all styles.
GIL'COltNIC.S. in all the new designs.
CURTAIN GIMPS, HOLDERS, LOOIS,
DRAPERY CORDS and BELL ROPES,
in all varieties.
BRITISH and AMERICAN FLOOR OIL
SILVER and GILT STAIR RODS and
STAIR CAR PETINGS. of all styles.
WILTON, VEI.VET, and AXMINSTER
RUGS, in great variety.
PLANTATION W O OLE N S- L A N
KETS, PLAINS. KERSEYS, CAPS,&c.
Red and White FLANNELS, SHIRTINGS,
COTTON OSNABURGS, of all the best
English and American COTTON FLAN
French, .English, and Americ.an 'RIN'iS.
LINENS OF, RICIIARDSON'S superior
nake, for Sheetinirs, Shirtings, Pillow Cases,
Table Damnasks, I)vlies. Napkins, Towellings,
luckaha ks, Fruit Cloths, B. E. Diapers,
G:rashs Glothsp, &c.
CLOTIIS, CASSIMERS and VESTINGS,
of best French Goods.
SERVANTS CLOTHS, in all the shades of
SATIN ETS. TWEEDS, JEANS and LIN
SEYS, of all gnalities and styles.
wITt A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Rich Dress Goods.
In SILKS, TISSUES, BAREGES, GREN
ADINES, MIUSLINS, &c.
BOMIIAZINES, ALI'ACAS and MOURN
ING GOODS, in great variety.
EMIIIOIDERS and LACI: GOODS, of ev
EVENING DRESS Goods in Great variety,
All the above are of our own
D IUECT I n POR TATIiON.,
and oalered at the LOW ES' MARKET Prices.
'i'ERMS.-Cas,, or City Acceptance.
(i~' T1he one ,r ice sy'stemt stric tl y ad
hered to, agnd all Go. 9 \Varra, nted.
BROWNING & LEMAN,
Charleston, S. C., Jan, th, 1854. I1 tf
ardware, Paints, and
J. & J. B. EWAILT,
C'OL UMBIA-, S. C.
SIGN 01F THE GOLDEN JACK-PLANE,
Offir for sale at very low prices, a large and
wvell assorted s.twek of
MIIIL-SA WS~. A N D M~I. .IRONS,
P A INTS, OIL S, A ND) DYE
27 Goods delivered at the Depot free or
J. & 1. BI. EWA RT.
March 15. 1851. 20) ly.
White Lead ! White Lead!!
1 0,000 LILS. PURE 1VH11TEA
L EAD I)or saie low.
3. & 3. B. EWA RT,
Colombia, S. C.
Mareh 15, 1854. 20 ly
BY G. WV. BOMAR,
South-we-st corner of Church and Queen. st.
CHIARLESTlON, S. C
Feb. 2J9, 1854. 18 ly.
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
COL UAIBJIA, S. 0.
WHIOLESAL~E AND RETAIL
Pure .Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
Perfumery, Funcy Articles, LBrushe s,
Glassware, Dye-. Stfup. and all kinds of
GENUINE AND) POPULAR PATENT
A complete assortment, of the best quality,
and at the Iov'est prices.
Marcha 15. 1851. 20 ly.
Onandesa. 8. 0.
D. S. SARGEANT,
Nov- 0, 1853. 9 if
C. P. REIESEN,
(SUCCESSOR TO RI. HAWLEY,)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
R ichardson St ree,-No. 80.
TWO DOORS BELOW THE MARKET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
March 15, 1854., 2 ly.
T. C. worrH,
CAN BE CURED!
DELORME'S BAUM DE VIE," or Balsam of
Life is, aftera trial of upwards of twenty years
in a great variety of cases, confidently offered to
tho public, especially to those afflicted with the
most distressing complaint, as a sure and speedy
relief for their sufferings.
Read the folloing certificates. They are
from gentlemen of high standing and residing
in your immediate vicinity. They are but one
or two of the many in our possession all extoll
ing the healing virtues of this, (to use the words
of a gratefnl Dispeptic who was cured by its
use) most precious compound.
CertfiFcafe from the Rev. Hartweil Spain.
SUTRVILLE,. S. C. Jan. 13th 1853.
Mr. CHAR. DELORME.
Dear sir: -Last Spring I used two small bot
tles of your Balsam 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
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 dyspeptic symtons.
[Signed] H. SPAIN.
Mr. CIIAS. DELORME:
DEAR Sin:-I take great pleasure in recom
mending your "Baume de Vie." which I have
often used, and always with decided relief,
when suflering from attacks of Dyspepsia. At
once a stimulant, tonic and cathartic, I am sat
isfied It will prove eminently serviceable to all
who are afflicted with Dyspepsia. Its general
introduction throughout the country will be a
To keep a supply constantly on hand, which
I would not exchange for all the Anti-dyspep
tic nostrums from Maine to Texas.
[Signed] JOHN W. ERVIN.
For salo by,
.\'ILLER & BttITTON,
Dr. W. J. DAnGAN. & Co., Sumt'-rville.
" " " M. A. Huggins, Darlington C. H.
" " " Dr. J. E. Byrd, 'Timmonsville,
And by Drug ists enerally.
BOATWIUG) T & A RKULO~g
Wholesale Agents, Columbia, s.
November 9 2 if
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.
DER[OSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotnt Factors and General Commis
D B. McLAURIN. Esq. will give per
t soinal and special attention to the in
ierest:s and oril!.rs of his friends in this
8:ate nmil the adjoining Counties of North
Carolina, who may favor these Houses
with their p:trowi-ge. Consiginmenso of
produce to the louie in Now York, either
by way of Charleston, Georgetown, or
Wilmington, will he covered by insurance,
if snoticer of the shipment be promptly giv.
May 3, 1853 27-tf
CARRIAiG ES! CA# RIAG SI
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Carriages- and Harness,
OF v-rv ,t..r..ntr., I. sOM Mm......
and 33 Wentwoiiietreet. next'to the old stand
of Gilberts & Chapin, Charleston, S. C.
Oct. 19th, 1853. 51 1 y
Negroes Bought and Sold.
TH E undersigned has opened an office at No.
16 State Street; Charleston, where ho has on
handl a num3ber of Li5KitLY YOUNG NE
GROES for sale ftom, which he can supply the
wants of niny or the conmtunity. These Ne.
groes are psurchased in Maryland, Virgina
North and South -Carolina. To his lot hie is.
contitnual ly receiving- accession.. The highest
prices paid at all times for ne-groes.
J1. M. E. SHA RPE,
16 St ats Street.
Charleston, Dec. 21,1853. 8 ly
J. B. N. HAMYMET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTERVILJLE, S. C.
Office next door to .J. B1. & R. C. Webb's
New York Store.
riareh 22. 1853 21-tf
For Cash, And that only,
Tue cheapest GRtOCERIESJ ever s..ltd
mo Numterville, cant he had froms GORDON
& CO., at Dr. Mellr'tt's Old sand.
Sor'a of the tinest quiahlty and most ap
pros sd lBr:msls in ti)e wvorl'l, toget her with
1'rer erve.d Fruits of diferent kinds, Syrups.
Nots, &c. A sha~re of1 the public patront
tir.e is deusirsed, prosvid.'d it is accomnpanieC
by tice CAS11, but not otherwise.
GORDON & CO.
-l,,n. 14t h. 1853 33--tf
ULR&N EWBERY have removed from
their former stand to the one formerly occupied
by E. D. PRINGLE & CO., one door North of
I. IhOyT'S Jewelry Store, where they would
be pleased to see their friends and customers.
Oct 5, '853. 49 if
Paints, Ofls, Glass
No.60 1-2 East-Bay, opposite P. & M. Bank,
CHA RLESTON, 8 C.
Hie keeps constantly for sale, aeneral assort
ment of Paints and Oils of all kinds, Window
Glass and Sashes, Spirits Turpentine, Cam
phen .Spirit Gas, TFallow, Grindstones, Cor
-age, , -hain Pumps, Cotton Fouot Gin Fixtures,
Glue, Pacaing Yarn, and Brushes of various
Oct. 26, 1853. 51 6,
FOR WA R DING
WILMINGTON, N. C.
PA RTICUL AR attention given to the SA LE
or ZHIIPMIENT of Naval Stores and Cotton,
and liber,CA8SH ADVANCES made on Con
D~ec. 14, 1853. 7 ly
All persona having demands agamnst the
stato of Mrs. E. Connors, deceasedl, are
reqtuested to hand theni in properly attest
ed; and thoise indebted will please make
itmmediate payment to
T,1'. H. CONNORS, Adm'r.
No.1,1853. 3 t f
PRO DG~F THE
Corner Queen ad Ciflt'h-sts.
Charleton, S: O.
Febt 9, 1 18 y.
RUNAWAY, on last Tuesday the
17th instant, my Boy RICHARD, a
white mnulatto, about five feet three
or four inches high, tolerably stout built,
about twen two years old with straight
light colored hair, has a very sulky ap.
pearance, atnd answers quick and short
when spoken to said boy has a short thick
tout, his hands short and thick, chubby
fingere. He had the scar o: a blister on
his foraehle:al just above the eye.hrows, he
may try to hide it by wearing lis cap or
hat down uv--r his forehead. He will be
aure to pass himself for a white man for
he is very white laed has been taking great
rare of his a.kitn for some tine. When he
left he had a cloth cap, black coat and a
dark colored pair of pants. He will be
were to change his cp anl clothes is ston
he cln; ts- also wears his hair in front
.trniht d:oawi to hide' the scar ou the blis
ter. ie is a sloemtaker by trade, though
le iay ntaot go at the busin~sa', expecting
teat he wrill he to adverlased.
''he :alove reward of One hundred
Dollars will tie paid for his delivery in any
Jail in ihi S.a. 1.-- will he sure 11) give
hiimsealt l a. her samon.
.JA MES L.OW RY.
Bred evville. :enter I)stract, S C.
'.lsy 2h. n, 143r 301-If
Qom"' Camndent .hearnal aend Cheraw Ga
zette publish five in.-s.
Bielsopville Carriage aand
JAMES W. AMBROSE still continues to
carry on the above business in all its various
branches, and takes this method of returning
his thankq to his friends for their liberal patron.
age, and hopes by close attention to business to
still merit the same. CARRIAGES AND BUG.
GIES made to order and warranted for twelve
months. If they should fail in that time in
point of workinanship or material, they will he
repaired free of charge. He deems it unnee.
ersary 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 Bishep.
ville ani he will give as good bargains as can
be had in Charleston.
He also does plough.work at short notice.
Horse-shoeing done with neatness and dispatch
at $1 50 all round. His terms for new work
will be to suit purchasers.-With interest al.
Bishopville, S. C., Jan'y 18th, 1854 12-6m
AT THE OLD -rAND taF B. & J. IILttEttT
ci:nmi aaanae the CA R R11A G F.
fV-UI.VE. -it the above
s'and--..N. 35 :,ml 40 Wemitworth.street,
Charleston - wha-re ahey wiil b- ll.-as.-d to
exhibit to their tal r:ends aid catomiaers
a v"ry e-xtensive Stock of Velcl-s, corm.
prnsitg thue of their own manufacture,
tgether with " hnrians other styles usu.tlly
lound ., thi a aerlet. Their long acquaint.
nce wit:h a bis ,'nark--i as rmnifaturers
and ','ler:- will enatale themst to off'er great
in:.lueement- to lurchasers both an s'yles
Mnrch 15. 1854. 20 IV
m:7 a a 1 II Altn.ugI l1 tl.
In Equity- --Sumter District
.: :-y E. Rtichbo turir,)
by nex. fraend
And V. W R ,
bou;arg, ane w te. Bill for
.am'!.aiti Rid.-llrx Relhef.
T pea~t toa imiy atis'faion. that ale
abaweaia n' I .aohn H- Baxter resirtea
hea'vaond iha :nas of the States. It is or.
deoredl that hae do appenr an-l answver. ple-ad,
or demtur to the saidj Bill, with n three
mnonths from the, puhlia atiaon of t his notice
or an order pro. confesso thereaem will ba'
entered -tgaist himu.
A'so, ordered that the above order paih
liahed for tharee~ months in oine of the Ga
zeuts of the district.
W. F. B. hiAYNSWVORTH,
Coai'r. E'qty. S. D.
Feb. 28, 1.3 18 3a
ALIL persons who a in myadebt a fee,
Will please to ceae for ward, anal pay it to me,
For I am now out of time inlaaaing mood,
Anal conlaln't wait lainger, indeed, if I woulda
Th'le Shieriflhas got me, withlharnessonthark;
Anal saoon I'm to trot on a very rough track,
If my friends don't comne forward and givat
mue a lift,
I'll go to the devil, soon, all inna drift,
But raahaer than go to hitm, sin early, hark ye !
I'll give a we hit aif a hint; now mark mue!
if you don't pay up, right under your noses,
I'll take all your papers, and give therm to
And then, oh, then, you'll get your farn
In hell, he'll roast you like a herin,
J. S. RIC H. M. D.
Clarendon, Feb.,5, 1854. 15 tf
F M ANDRIEWS.
Takes this enethod of informing thu citizens
of Sumterville and vicinity,
that he has just openened on
the corner above Clark. Hio
tel, his NEW CABINET
WA RE ROOM, where he will keep for sale,
cheap, all such furniture as comes under this
department of his trade; and will furnish for
casha, at Charleston prices, all description. of
Furniture made, Repairing executed at the
Mahogany and plain Coffins furnished wvith.
oulb. 1854. 15 tf.
Fall Goods! Fall Goods
BUTLER & N EWBJERY would respectfuilly
inform their friends and the Public generally,
that they have just receiv,'d a large and wedl so.
lected Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
embracing ,-very quality and style of L ADIES'
DR ESS GOODS ; Heavy Goods, &c., a .rocer
lee, Boots and Shoes of every description; latest
style Hats and Cape; Haerdware and Crockery;
Rleadly Made Clothing, etc. etc., to which they
particularly invite attention.
A lot of CHOICE SEGA RS.
The subscriber has made arrangement, for
the manufacture of from Four to Five Thousand
pairs of the above article by theFA LL. For
reference as to quality, he would respectfully
refer persons who may be disposed to purchase
ci him, to tos. who patronized him last year
As ta, price, hit will guarantee them as low as
can be offerded
May 22 2 .3 MORQAjr.
.To.. the Public,
JONCifNA oflars his servics to the
citizens of Sumter District anal thepa19 gen
erallyand pledges himself to give atieun.
tion to thea sale of all properties entrused to his
hands on comnmission, either at auctIon or pri
vate sal--. The facIlities he enjoy. as to situa
tion and his long experience In the lmusiness are
satisfactory evidence of his ability to do justice
to an~ wh a employ him.
S 2,1ily ' t
that we behold mny fetmalme, sea 1a the Women of
aite i.ru'Ass is health and pjits WII,5 t ti e
...eases and ailsnts.dep tis t 4 (5me tswsv5or the
e .li raernt of life at an age wa xst teW0eeysey
rtisp.ia. and haps eus et -a~n tseer
r:= eth e ----~l.I-d-epredoe
Many fl., the csta of. her a 5'rera et~ ti-g"euitapa'
er befuee, prahit. dawaeg xi hood. r tm lW nli
Aini of count esainciesi. easm ucd
IN ASs'TIGR ITAg S
When inn liae to be hrefitted by ar knowledge, we leeh:
baek sld sara, sad regset the fall ceaequeaces of our
What would we not often gve to pases Is early ife'
the kanwlee we obtain its alter yes : s a what days.
.nd ssihts of angish we moight not have en spared. t
tie knuw ledge was timely rossessed. It is
JIEe'ANCIfIOY AND STARTLING
To behold the sickuems sad aistering endured by many a
O eht o many rars, from causes imited and ooettllable
sail. reaned-er better stil.-neat sncurred, Ifeery
WIPE AND MOTHER
l'o.ea.rd the infermnation contained in a little volea s
S.athiiin the reas:l of all) whech would spus to herself
V ICARS OW MISIERYI,
And to her husband the constant toll and satnt of aid
, ecessarily deroleint mesn him from sickness othe wrfe,
niterace giuing him tee opportunity p acurle. tahat te.
*etem,ce which his etertosa we e* oiled. ad the e.
aims at whch would secuse the happsess of telf
wife. and children.
NECURE THE M$ANU O IIAgPPINuSB
Ry becoming in titue possessed of the knowledge the
went of whih has caused the Sicknes and povert'y t
In view of'such cousequences no wife or mtother is
esensable it she neglect t. avail herself of that knew
ege .- respect to herself. wh.i. h would spare her much
lmambt " a, b tte e fhappiness aad prosprit . er
utbia s d con b un o hr children that blabing she,.
all ,.ice-healslhy bodies, with healthy sieds. That
keowledge is estained an a little work entitled
4C8'! MA2WWUED WGbIA95'O
Private Medical Companions
;Y Dtt. A. M. MAUI?!CEAU,
,usrsta or r.ssasr s or westre.
ie Iind.Jrdh dtauter. Isms, pp 2M0. Price 50 Cants
ix ry? maes, at-ra asNDa. $1 4q.1
., d :"blialged in t17. and it is not
'sUtI'l1r2150 On WONDERSUL,
<.ss.tmterIust that EVPIItY PEMAlI.
twtiETa'll ait MAnetIED Oft NOT, eas
.ii-s' arqutls a fail hasowiedge of the
.e t to e, tan snSter asnl mae of her toane
,.:.iths. n tita the varions symptoes, ased
ItA1.F A MI.LION COPI3g
i. sr breen old.
I- , imier-'t.rtcble i. enney fully the varinus sabjecta
,. I u1. s the, are oft a store trietly intended fee
- t-rriet. or trh.e cenemplating snarriagen. but me
- .n1.. i ut C tse health, and hat beauty, ea...
- ", n""hest:h. which is to eadei.e to her aw
.-- l.h: ofer hhad. but ciher has or wilt
"..... : ...r % Ilt ever% het. sit who has the leos
..," it e at hear, or that of his own pee.
'en. ow 1eNDitEDTitoV
T tY At A 1t. wit'h., thse last Iee
t'.rTION TO THIC PTBCTT(.
tie NOT DEFRAUDED,
it. n-e leenk unless "Dr. A. M. Maunceau,129
..i.. trret. V. Y.'' Is on the title page, and the
-:tr in the Clerk e ONice on the back of the Utle
- :itr.: n id buy only of re~spectaWe and honorable
e-:..ri...or end by aall. stirl addes to Dr. A. M.
tlnsriceau. as there are aparious and surreptitiosn
ntrin.ments of copy-righst.
iMT CVERY VIFIC AND HUSBAND
Mn exrse for Ignoranee, when Igsserassee
ts Misery to those we hold near ast'
denr. nti when to dispel our Ignorance
Is withlin our reach.
To enable every one to decide upon time ndt,
parnstbLe neessefy of possessing a copy, and that no
wife, or mother neeut remain uninformod upon uhe -i'"
many causes, which. sooner or later. are destined to
- iOeseUiiw.auasa pua ner nata, uniem guare
atainst. and that no considerato and alfec..oate
htuahanl hare cause to upbraid himself with neglect
e"f time weltare of his wife-a pamphlet of thirty-eis
yages, emntaining fold ?Yu-pgpe and am of (ba
arys, together with extracts from the bosik. will be
sent fsee of charge t-. any part of the Unmlted States1'
by altelreasing post-paId, as herol.
Wbhes, Ksowledge 'is Ilappineea, 'tli aut
lamb Ii to he tgeorase. t'
1'* On reelpt of One Dollar (ftor the lume suii
IK V A'TE %IEDliCAJ. COM!P4 IONN" In s.:nt (mald.
aet fru) to any part of the Unta-d~ States. All tr..
'era rnnsst he pot -salid, and addreeto Dr. A. it
AAITCA UitlCAU, ox 1W2, New York fry. Fub!!sh
at 01Uce, No.15 itsIber ty Stroet. Ne a York.
For sale by
ROBINSON & CARLISLE,
Hamburg, 8. C.
In New York City, by
Stringer & Townsend, Adriance, Sher
lmanl& Co., Dewitt & Dav~enport, Biarna &
Co. Office, 120 Liberty Street, na
May 17th, 1853 29--tf
Improved Cotton Ginsa
Thankful for past favours the subscriber wish
es to inform the public that he still manufhc.
turea Cotton Gina at his establishment in -State
btirg, on the most improved and approveid clin.
which hto thinks that the cotton ginned on one
of those gins of the late improvement is worth
at Ileast a quarter of a cent more than the eot
ton ginned on the ordinary in. He alsd man
ulactures them on the most mltple construction,
of the finest finish and of the heat mate-rils to
wit, Steel Saws and Steel Plaited Ribe Case
hardened which lie will sell for S2 per Saw.
He also repaira old gins and puts them in cota
pleate order at the shortest notice. All orders for
Gina will be promptly and putnctually attended
to. WILAM ELLISON.
State burg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17,- 26
ROBERT W. ANDREWS naotid6el the
citizen, of this, andi the adjoling 'Dlstricts,
that he has removed his Btables near the De
pot of the W. & M. R. Road, where heisready
at all times to tak e charge of diseased Horsee
for a moderate charge ; to all cases-where there
is no cure no pay will be expected, Hie saso
continues I. takis Passengers to antd frns the
Depot, and expects shortly to recelv, a New.
Omaibs for that purpose. GoodsIge still laul
at the old rate of 10 cenfa per 'ika. ;and
solicits the patronage of the publi .5 '
Feb. 22, 1853 ' M7.aig
Third .Door South of tge- Towii Hall!
and nearly oppsite Tindal.& Weo
IHE subscriber would repectfully i.
4forfn 'he citazens 6f Semtervll and
the public generally, tha e hea.sp~ att
tho above place * general assortpnips, of'
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, hia and
Cape. Hardware, Crockeryetare, &c. &c.
Auto, A Choice lot of Fatmily Grocerie of
every diescription, with Fruit of various
kind., such as Orange., A 'pes, Lemon.,.
&c. &o., which ho wtll sell avery low for
Nov.9, 1863. 9 ly.
In Eqit --8 'st r
Wialiam Lewis, -k
Adm';. of I -IL
Charles W. Mlller. R$Ce~'a. 8bs.
The creditors of the laer1 . T~* ayN.v
ewoaun, eniitled to clairm undier his aet
to the above named Defendn, e n
the 28th day of July A. D. 18 ,ipesyno
tified that, by ant order in tWhteoe
cause, they are tequr~sd -o ioatbli helde
sainds befero roe, Coeoidissoner~In Equity for
Sumter Dlistrict aforesaid, -op ar 1t's! the
lret day of)Iay nex~..
I also give ntotice, thatg lw4i ~ I~h
sakel lrn4 of May net ee o
thE sale oh~ ortherlb t "'b
ylandsa oDr. 3. 9t*vM I 1 , L.
tee tensagmle fiIj 41*
4t10cotakt skoen~we huniditpj1nd
ty aree , V .t . V
. . IANS O