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'I he o! Iwini g om, " Every Ones's
Book," ctaisi g Sot suggestions onl
at stibject inl respect to whicI good ad
vice is particularly desirable :
There is nothing more appalling to
a moodest tand sensitive young tan,
than asking the girl he loves, to marry
him, and there are few who do not find
their tioral courage tested to the ut
Man.y-tarmnan whio would lend a far
lorn hope, moount a breach, and seek a
"reputation in tho cannon's mouth,'
trembles at the idea /,f a.king a wo
man the question which is to decide
his fhte. Ladies may congratulate
themselves that. nature and custom
have aemi them the responding party.
In a matter which nen have always
foundl so terrible, ) et which, 'ne way
or other, t;aey have always contrived
in some awkward way to uccomaaplish ;
it is toot easy to give instructions suit
ed to every emergency.
A man natturally conforms to the
disposition o the woman ieh ad mb ers.
If she is serious, he will acpprta h the
awful subject with solemoinity-if
softly sentinental, he must. woo .er in
a strain oi high W rot.'zabt. rotaonee. and
if sever "ly practical, he rtl-s upon
straight fi'aitrd coilailtul sela-t".
There is one ina.\iit of titliversal up
plicatiot. Never (tose aon o(ppo'r-tuoi.
ty. V hact eta a wotan I hink of at
lover wh negleets oite ? \Vomlaei
cannot itake direct advances, but
they use inlinite tact in giviuig maent
- oceasitaS to us t them. In ever. ca
it is fir ta, pr e oatne t:at w heti a wv.
Tns give= a rtian l ''pportunity .-lh
experts hini to iula orvt' it ; and ' lt'ongh
he may t--emb lt, and feel his p'iae
throbbing atal tinglt tlhr.ough evert
limb; tha 'ugh his teat fills Ipa hi-.
throat. id his tonge ctitaves t,. tlt
rooft of his ruonth. y t, t he an fa it rs
tion mat he asked-the ieartid task
in the touaantry. the lover takinta' at
romantic walk by mtotanligaht, with the
lady of his love - taiks of the scetery,
the harniny of nature. and exeliaim
Ah Julia, how happy wautld exi tenten
prove ifI always had such a coipantioan.
She s ghs aad I-a .s mreaaa'i foln'dI;. oal
the arm that treibtilingly saupports haer.
My dearest .Iulia, le tint- itrcer.
This is a settear, and the answer,
ever so itnaudible, makes or aunducs irm
Take pity on a fo rlorn bach, tr, says
anot.her, in a tanner whibc tay be
either jest or earnest ; tarry Ine at I
one., and put me out of mly amisery.
With all mnay hea t. wheeatve r ona
are ready, replied the laughmng liar. A
joke carried thus ftr is easily inade
A point is often carried by taking at
thing for granted. A gentlIenmat uh.
has been payinag his attentions to a
lady ; says, " Well, alary, when as the
happy day ? W hat daly, pray ? she
asks ; itha a conlciouts tbjush.
Wh y every botdy knotws we arne
going to get aaaarried, antd it mnig..t as~
well be oneo tilane as anaothear, sco whena
shall it be ?
Caarnered in tis fashilon ; there is
Jane I lcave you ! will yout marey
me ?l woauld be someiwhat atbrup1t, aind
a franakly giveat " Yes !.'" would be Itoo
short for an anaswer.
Ellen, otte woird from you wouttld
make mue the happiest mxan in exist
I shoulid be cruel not to speakh
it then, unless it is a very htard one.
It is a word of three letters, anad
answer the que~stioni, WVill you miariry
Thes lady ofcourse says yes, unless
she happens to prnefer a word of only
two let ters, aa.d answers No.
And so this interesting and terrible
process, iln practice simle as it is in
a hundred ways accordinig tat circuml
stanc~es and the v'araious dispositionas.
One timid gentlemtant asks, Llave
you any obhjectioan to chanaage y taur
name ?1 and follows this utp wiith atota
er whicha clenches its signa icancae, hotw
would muinae suit yau ?a
Anotther asks, WVill you tell we what
fltuost, wishkto know?.
Ye's,. it Ii ean.
The happy day wihetn we shall be
Anot her says, My Eiiza, wve miast do
what the world evidiettly expects we
All theo world is very' i mpertinecnt.
I kntowv it-bt it eca't, be htelped.
W~Vhen shaali I tell thte parson to be
As a genmeral ibaing, a gentlemutan
.aeed never b~e refused. Every wmanat
except a hteart!. ss coquaet te, 'finad'a tte
mantts tof discoura-aging the maan
whoma shce does tact inateand tit htave,
befoare the miatter conmes to t e poiaat
of a declarationa.
Mrtca Cows.--lf yoau desire flhat
your maileht ciaws shounld yield liber-aalhi
tot the paail. yaot mu st. fa-ed thaeam tan
somethintg baetten stilted tat the secre'
tioan of rich aaailk tatn drug fo'dder.-.
Chopped roaots, or a'al sl'aps of taaa.
kind, should be given t wice a day, saav
morning anad evenwing. Thcey ad''tal
also be protvidedl with littered beal-a
dry Iaodginigs, maodeta ely warman; to
watere'd regulary three tmes a day,
first thing blb re b..-ing fed, caombela oa
rubabed dowvn with a wisp of straw
once or twice a.(day, anad each reaceive
every tliree dhys, an.nuntce of salt, ct
the satne quanttity of sat, anad ashtes
mixed together. Allow gent Ie e'xercisa
and pure air, and yu will fid your
animals gooid milkers, if they will-ov.
Mediocrity is often- succ'ess, as well
as happiness. Geiusaa, like ambitioln'm,
[nay "o'er leap itself, and fall on the
" What?s the naext ting to the oys.
ters, Zeb?"' said an urchin to a roller
boy. "tWhy the shells,. stupid," re
torted eb. --
COi toa !eced.
It ean be nit, h'nger questitoned that
thu co'tt' n seed. in manly parts of our
(0111try, is fast degencrat ing, and we
hear fi equent complaints on the sub.
'e plants iln 'nany places arc not
so vij.Irous in gro"tl, nior's in qtantity
:nd quality, priduced as ltrmerly.
We are ansured that the staple of the
cI ttenU is beig serio usly all'ected by
this degenieration of the couttn seed.
Various reastns are assigned. One
thi:ks it is owing to the condition of
the sil or weather-another thinks it
is owiig to the defectiye manner of
the eultiure. I iust change siy seed
says a third, and thus a variety of con
jecttres a o started.
The reason taf' this degeneration is
amide to appear whet we coniniler
that, year after year our planters pitch
their ere ps -.ith seed taken protsiiscu
ously fromt tih- field. In the very na.
ture of things it mast dwindle and in
course Adf tirne becorne dwarfish ; and
otit withstandinhg it deIpreciates under
their eyes, t hey still pureue the insane
p'oihey. Upon the saIne principle
yonur stork of horses, cattle, or hogs,
WiouId degenerate and rain iut. We
do' nett, theretfore wu nler th:it your
cit t''n is tous triouisly atl'eted to give I
Vigor of grw; h :id conLtitutiol.
There, is 1;o need to change y.atur
seed-all that von have to do is to paess
thr'uigha yo:ur fields aid select y rour
seed tauni ihose plants that e. ibit
iEthet vig,,r aal'grow th, trad produce the
greatest ilintuber of bovl Ls. I'iiti tlose
br tIheinselves. and then coll againt as
bert'ie-- ''r, sehtet a fIe enre an't
piunit it cxclusiviely \w ith the best seed,
selecte a' a l lve, and is 'one ''r two
e etra you tmi : have stupe: ir s ed, if 1
i't b'etter 111an ean be obtaiued at:"r
wIr le'a'e, i .% ml ale tiloo lazy r to
leg;igetit to roak , the Iecessariy is
i roveuentI- t'o coutllltitit should fal
flhte y sar lilys.
The faiinus seed,, about which so
nai uach is - aif, mid It,r w'ith such high
prices mre pail, hat a b'ceen b ought up
to tiil. high attte if enitivatiot iv the
ineans stat*'I 1ab''ve, andi by judi'eios
Lroin.IIg kep t ilp ftorl a selies oaf years.
T'Iv the rman t lien i'd, ail 'o ' will
lintd a va-t 1litnrotert in the quali
ty and quantity o2' our c'otton.
[Our Sunt hern cit toil plin tu s, we
h hieue, 'ould find it to their advani
t5ata to use 'ee'd irown in di t-at to
cali ies, such as Getoi ghatyeed exchanged
lIsr Mi.sissipi-i seed, atd vice vet-t.
In the uiltIvat in of tilatty th r (latts
tills ha tece fosaund to go k z.usa, to
gelu-ly, lleresisag b I the y held asij
tihe quatity of the ec tp.]
-CteH ilic A1,, merica.
NronoK M1laniuso:: UCiatmosv.--The
N''rth Altbuitia gives the saiaj'in,.d
aciounlt oif ia eveint negro mar iiug.
eeireitonty. 1t assures us that it is a
vgt hath ireporI lt.
* i, Gentlme o!f thae Ma'jority : I tak e
tiny dty, s1 riu-tr may my wak s
biliy, t subnt hiether ini con'e
(glnen 1t lf addreasing this euple)I broughlt
il'intw coniftdent. Je tiimg young1
general i n. lad kniow what ye are now~i
ibiut toi receive Recol 'leet you'i have
easioni:ed thios coniigrat ion of people to
semla.Ie theirs1 elve toigethier tis tighut
in conse1 'iente .1f de view of an imari.
riage. A iso contsideur yiiu hlave groiwn
f'rom ani iituiat to tile year's of manuiori
ty,' snothinig e!Se wIoublh du v ou but, to
inher~tit a rliarriatge life. if' each of you
can c'on0tet. y'ourself I n a nimrried lif e,
so) well anid so) good0(, if noi t, better
never' to iarry. 1'robly itult said otn
this subljee. Ii ave you to uniderstandu~
sumintg else. Hy t he laws of (lur
couniiitry aui hisei',. tio sotero.nise the
rIghlts of' I ur couni try hut wien Nirs
l len ry and AlINS Marie, if any peUrsoni
(Irpurtmois by, luirte any inijectio'n of'
his eule beisng joined together, spieak
no1w or hold1 Os.)ur p~eace. Recolee this
the first aid 1:ast. (f asking.lW
worW1'll suppo.se theure he ni oe. Untder'
this llbriy, w unik a mo .1on tie
the righat. hiand'. Mri. il e':ry do thy
take~ 1'Ihis hildy w~ hlo you uiih' d in thIe
right handt' to be th lawI:~f'ul and uatee
t5titei a. ife, to hiavei anld to keep, 40
love anld tI s:e; ve, to o:.er and obIer,*
to nisll I'h a11hnd itershi tier, keepingi he
ts"rugh snlekles and health, bettecr ir
worse, eavtii unito hei ntt seaa
No. be(flore Goid and t he witness, I
\\ hiiimsoeverGdhpvae ob
s'dto-ter, tlt n a u t
Atent ranmsuay's U'Cree Abouet
I beb-ivye ii grea't r ound app'es and
byg s. ces If good plum'In gintgerbiread f'or
I believe i in rukintg thecir clothes
lli, ad jlumpl arountd ill whten :.ey get
I betlieve in not giving away their
hittle pIrope~rty, snehi ats dlls, kites,
balhls. hto'ips, anid tile like(, wi tillot theli r
Ibelie'.ec in no(t proi'intg theml a
rbeeadte foirgetin al aott
I bel ieve int sot t en'stg bhem ihr
aisusemtitl, and~ thnai Puihig them i
i I hev in ntils atllowintg liridget,
ansd Betty to' b, x t hiir ear's beeanise
tihe pot, boilIs 'veri, oir because theirt
beat (lidni't ccome te even't'iing beftbre.
1. believe in send(1inhg ill mi to scha oot
wVhere t he're aire banck(s to the b oehes
and~ where t hi - ' oo hunatn has hand at.
least '"iio ir.i."
I betieve nlo ho~ use can he properiy
f'irshied withoutt at leaist a dozeis
cihidrent in it.
ibelieve lititoechildren tot be alt
that, is lef't us of' Paradise ; and that,
ansy hous~ekeeaper halrborinsg a pesni
whto-dont't. like them,, had better coult,
uD her silvcor without Ius .f ei.o I.
Fullings, Bostwick & Co,
COLI MBIA, S. C.
H AVE constantly on hand the largest
in this place, which they are prepared to
sell at prices lower Ihan any o her estab.
lislnient in Columbia.
'Iher Clothing is nannfacturerl h- them
selves with particular recrence to this
miarket, and they feel warranted to say it
is inferior to none, and SUIERIOR TO
AMOST CLOI'IIING. nfiTred in any part
of the country. Their business is con
ducled upon the one price cash principle,
and the price of their gnods mnarLed in
plain ihLures upon each article by which a
uniformity of price is observed, and the
inexperienced knyr is enabled to make
ins purchases st as low a rate, as the imore
exper'enced and better jidire. Persons
visitingr Clurnbia are respectfully invited
to an examinat:nn of our stock and prices.
Febr'ary 15th, 1851. 16.-l .
UPHOLSTERING AND BEDDING
WhOLESALE & RETAIL,
117 King *rce, Charles!on,, S. C,
THE snbscriher is receiving a large assort.
ner.' of the. hbove go LdH.
50,0110 atolls of Paper Hangings ; 1000 pairs
of Window Shades , 100 3Iltr.Lste, of every
te-rription. Also. Pillows, Hlolsters. Lare and
Anlslin Cirrasi, lanak. Satin~ I-L..nes,
Cornice, Blinds, Firs screrns Venitian Blinds,
A LI in-Is of t'tholt tering. anI the bnsiness
as usually attended to in al its bran--h s.
Mar. 29, 1851. 2- lv
B oots & Shoes,
197, Rich ardson Street,
COLUMBIIA, S. C.
H A constantly on hand and is daily rceiv
ing fresh Enp;lics of all kinds of Ladies and
(entlerien's Hon's a nut Shnes of t he latest fash
itns. Alo. FR ElI CA IF-SKINS and SOLE
LEA'lER It ie; Iinot-makers.
111arch 15. 1I I. 20 v.
THOMAS . NICKERSON
CH AR LES TO, AS. C.
Feb 29, 1S,4. Is ly.
C. P. REVISEN,
(SUCCESSOR To R. 1HAWLEY,)
WJIlOLESALE A D RIE'TAIIL
Iclarmr,o .1,rt,-- An. 89.
TWO DOORS PDELOW TIlE MARKET,
C;otIl.11DL1, .%. C.
Mith i5, 1951. 20 ly.
A N D~
WILalNGTON, N. C.
Ang, 6 .41 ly
CONFECIONA R Y AAD FANCY
.No). iiC, Richardson Street,
PARTIER AN I. W~ETDlNGS FURNISHED
AT SIIORTF.ST NOTICE.
WJIOLESLE A ND1L RtETA IL.
Ma-eh 15, 1951. 20 ly.
J. B;, NIXON,.
PROPR1IETPOR OF THEii
Ob'arleton, S. C.
Fe b. 29. 1854. 18 iv.
- Samuel Jeff'ords,
C1OMJSSION~ MER CHJA T,
OFFcE, Noin Cover.rrelau. WVra i,
CTJARtLEST1ON, S. C.
Feb. 29, l%. 18 1
sizes, cnnelant'v on hanr1l nnd for salt
by I1UD):ON & BlIIO'IIElR,
Oup. Tfe:nnorance Ihall Snunterville.
.:'o 15'4,. 185-2 11 -If
CHI iMBEIS & lmlhIIL
Wi'lOLESALi' E ~ & ETAIL
FANCY & STAPLE DR Y GOODS,
No 4, Granite Raonge,
CoLtmmA, 5, C.
EF All orders thank fully recreived and
promtpitly anor oted to.
IBENJ. IR. CII A MIERS. WM. MARSHA LL,
A pril 19, 1854'. '!5 (um
N. A. C'OJEN & COIIN,
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
Nio. 1I17 En;st Bay,
NATu4N A. COllKN,
L t'.A PO LI COllN.
GIIA R LESTON,S. C.
Mfar. 29, 1954. 22 l y
H, L,. BUTT'ERF'IE LD,
Fesb.21, 1854. 18 ly.
"'BROWNING & LEIMIAN, "
Frensch, Bri6isIu nud Grurauuas
209 and 211 King-sreet corner of Mar
CHARILESTON, S. C.
CAR PETINGS.-igrain, 3 Plys, Brus.
sell Tap.strv onil Velvets.
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin,
CURTAIN CA MBRICS and MUSLINS, in
EMBROIDERED LACE and MUSLIN
CURTAINS, all styles.
GILT CORNICES, in all the new designs.
CURIITAIN GIMPS, IIOLDERS, LOOPS,
DRAPERY CORDS and BELL ROPES,
in all varieties.
BRI'ISir and AMERICAN FLOOR OIL
SILVER and GlUT' STAIR RODS and
STA Iit CA R I'ETINGS, of all styles.
WILTON, VELVET, and AXilMNSTER
RU;S. in great variety.
KI(ETS, PL.A IN . KEIISEYS, CAPS,&c.
Ied and White FLANNELS, SiIIRTINGS,
COTTON OSNABURGS, of all the best
Eng'lish anit American CO'I"TON FLAN.
French. English, and American PRINTS.
I.INENS OF. RIt'IIA RiSON'S superior
rmake, for Sheetit4, Shirting., Pillow ('a'cs,
Table !)tnmasks, Doylies. Napkint,, Towellings,
Iluckal-a ks, Fruit Cloths, 1. E. Diapers,
Gr.tn a hw, &c.
CLOTIHS. CAS'IME1S andI VESTINGS
of best French (oon's.
SERVANTS CLOIIIS, in all the shades of
SA'T'IN E.TS. TWEEDS, JEANS anI LIN
SEYS, of till qnnliuies and rstyles.
WITh A FULL AiORTENT OF
Rich Dress Goods,
In SILKS. TISSUES, BAREG ES,GR EN
AI)INES. SMUSI.INS. &c.
I1O11 It . ;s, A I.PACAS and MOU RN
IN(; (.0O0)%. i.: ureat varieety.
E31I1IIDEIS and LACE: GOODS, of ev
ery d teri;pion.
EVA'ENNG DRESS Goods in Great variety,
All Ihe above are of our own
rI) EI (T .ll I# sTATi O S,
and ofyered at the LO)W EST MA RK ET Prices.
T ERMS.-Cash, or City Acceptance.
Eir The one price sv-ten strictly ad.
hered to, and all Gotd, Vnrrantrd.
BROWNING & LEMAN.
Charleston, S. C.. Jan, 6th, 1854. I1 If
SAIYIUEL C, DUNN & CO.
37 Dry Street, 20 Rlatyne Street,
New York. Cliaresitnn, S. C.
SAateEL C. DsNN, GFO. II. Don.gMs
July 12th, i::l 37-f
The Snheeriber respectilly informs his cus
in.mer nnd the pubtlic that he cannot carry t
his htnsitess nn a credit of twelve mnthal s.
'oin:lt ctistomers who may favor him with
their work may expect to be called on at any
time for money when the article is wanted.
Ite returns his thanks for the liberal patronage
w hich he has received.
Janusy 3, 1854 1a Gin.
Who Wants M~oney ?
The ruserih.'r fttr one, is patrticutlcriv ir1
wan lt of it. arn-I lhe hompe~s thart those who I'mve
piatrernized him iso liherally, will continne, thil
frii-edsip bty payving up, andi enablji,ze hiji it
mtet th- demndis of others. "Wheels casnnot
mo~ve without grease"t
T. D). FRIIESON.
TilE SURSCRIH1ER ofi'ers for sale og
very reason~rable t'-rme, somne vainnb!,
implrovetd nuid unimproveid hots in the Townr o
Sumnterville. For pairientars, apply to
Samterville, Jan. 3J, 1851. 1t0-tf.
L ardware, Paints, and
3. & 3.11. EWART,
SIGN OF TfilE G;OL DEN JA'CK-PLANE
O)fler for sale' at v'ery low prices, a large ant
well nusorttte m sto of
MIIL-SAW AV''. N D MILI1-IRIONS
PA INTIS, OIL , A. ND D YE.
!t"~ GoodIs deliveredh at the Depot free o
J. & J. B. EWVARTP.
March 15. 1351. 20 ly.
Agea! cy for Iron Railing ani
TII' ,.ubmr. .mr w'ill receive ordlers fir
Crvt Ire rtlingsa, and oither Iron work mane
WM XI~ & 11OTIWRKi~
of Bostton. Thela Work will bie deliverttd Ir
Chanrlestont at HI',tbon prices with the expense
of hoxing. Freight Insurance, Drayage ani
Any petrson wishing illustrated catalogue. a
the dif1erent idesignst can hi, isuppli-d by apply
mng at tmy store, n~ here stpecimerns of some of thi
ar icele. can also he seen.
A catalogue can he seen at the ofice of thK
No. 60 1-2 East Bay, oppotsite P. & M. Hard
Charleston, S. C.
Mar, 29, 18501 2J- 6mn
"BY U. WV. BOM AR,
Sothtoest corner f Chiurch and Queen-st
CH-ARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1854. 18 ly.
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
C]OI U AIBIA, . C'.
WH1OLESAL.E AND RETAIL
Pure Drugs, Mledicines, Chkemicals
Perfumecry, Faincy Art-icles, IBrushses
GENUINE AND POPULAR PATENT
A complete aissitrunent, of the hest quality
anid rat g he lov-est prices.
.March I5, 1851. 20 ly.
'Camudemas : C.
D. S. SARGEANT;
Nov- 9k, 185~3. 9 'tf
In Equity- --Sumter District.
Mary E. Itichbourg,
by next friend
And W. W. Rich
bourg, and wife. Bill for
vs Injunction and
Sam'l. Richbaurg Rulief.
and John Hi1. Bax
IT appearing to my satisfaction. that the
above named Jolm 11. Baxter resides
beyond the limits of the States. It is or.
dered that ho do appear and answer, plead,
or demur to the said Bill, within three
months from thes publir ation of this notice
or an order pro. conferso thereon will be
entered against him.
Aso, ordered that the above order pub.
lished for three months in one of the Ga
zette of the district.
W. F. B. IIAYNSWORTII,
Com'r. Eqty. S. D.
Feb. 28, 1R54. 18 3m
In Equity.-Sumter District,
Adm'r. of BILL.
vs. F. J. & M. Moses
Chnries W. Millar. Compl'ts.-Snl'e.
The treditor.,pf the late Dr. JAMeS IIAvS
swotTIr, enitled to claim under his assignment
to the above named Defendant, executed on
the 28th day of July A. D. 184'2 are hereby no
tified that. by an order in the above stated
cause, they are required to establish their de
mands hefore me, Commissioner in Equity for
Sumter District aforesaid, on or before the
first day of May nest.
I aiso give notice that I will until the
sail first day of May next. receive proposals for
the sale of a part of the real estate conveyed by
the sail neignment. lying partly if sot wholly
in the corporato limits of Sumterville, hounded
by lands of Dr. J. C. IIAynswoarn, W. L.
IHausso., T. J. CooitLAN, and Mrs. C. Ilos
SA KD. and by the new road running from Sum.
torville to the steam mill of '. J. Coont.AN &
Co., supposed to contain about one hundred and
W. F. B. IIAYNSWORTII,
Comn'r. in Equity S. D.
Dec. 27. 1853. 9 if
TINDAL, WATSON & Co.
Til F. subscrihers having established them
relves at the stand opposite A. J. Mopes' Store,
reasp,;tfully solicits the attention of th,-ir friends
und the puhiic to their well selected stock..
Their assortment comprises all articles usually
kept. (c.rtepring liquors) and will be constantly
replenished, and disposed of on as favorable
terms as are ofTer,.d any where.
Their stov'k censists in part ne follow:
I.ulies' Itress Gods and Trimming.e.
Ladies' Collars, Chemisettes, and Under
Lae's. Elein"s. and inaertings,
Jtcntet and Swies Mn-lins.
Ludices' and centlemen's I,. C Ildkf's.
A larete lot of Hosiery and Gloves, Cravats
aid Sturch. Also,
A full suonty of Prints and Domestics.
GROC ERI ES. IHardware. IHolloware,
Curpencer's and lilacksrnith's Tools,
Ci.tern Pumps and Pipes, Carriuee Trim.
Crockery and Glarsware, Saddlery and
Blouts. Shoes, Ulats, Caps, Heady made
Cluthir., A. .t.. &r
Til.ND.'AL, WATSON & CO.
JAMES S. T'iDAL.
HL W. (.anRnEa.
February 22, 1351 17 tf
Lumber and Woodt
TTE' inuhsariber, superintendant of thec
Stem Saw .illt of Coghlatn, ltixon & Co., re
speci tlv~ iunl.,rne rthe puxhlie, that thu-y are pre
pared to furni-hi Luianher of any description at
the shourtesr tnmice'u.
Ilavin'g gouod n rigone' undl teams, they can de
liver to puiretluers when d.'sire'l. They have
a large quanrity of prime Oak arid Lighitwood
which they caui deliver to customers on moder
Tratis-A reasoniable deduc'tion in all cases
for cash,. or othlerwiso, notes will bue taketn when
ordhers are filteud.
.Every exertion will he used to give satisfac
tin to those who ina.s our us with ordters.
COG~LAN, DIXON,& Co.
Sumterv.ille, Jan. I8, 1854. 12 if
Look Up Street,
WF.BB Cl..RK'S I1OTl'L is still in op.
erntion-(thanks to the kindneas of good
l'riendus)-ready to receivo customrer.i, antd
entertain thuem. to their ent ire satisfaction.
Mir. C. is resolved that bis lintel shall riot
h'e excelled by tnn. honse in the cntuntry.
Everything the market can furnish shall
be spiread upon l~s table, well cookedl and
clecanly. The berds are all in giotd ortder,
antd shall be kept so. Give him a trial
and Mr. Ch~ork pledlges satisfaction.
-Jan. 11, 18541 11 tf
FELLOW CITIZENS: -It is a painful task
fto dun, hut stern necessity arnd yonr negligence
and forgerfulness, demand that I should remnintd
all those indtebredl to m, either by note or ae
count,. to come to tawv with the chink, hides or
crn at the mill, on or before the Crit Monday
in March next, to save yourselves ef displeau
nr n ocheat Lawyers, Shecriffs and petty
Constables nut of rost, for
Attoloes of a rnny .ran
As thouigh the ntheuatics
Were piercing each hone.
This ghost of had shrillinigs
Fu~rever you wvill haunt,
And you shake, least to-morrow
Should bring you to want.
I ft? Pay uip, and save costs, and there will
yethe a crust le.ft you.
fWM. FRANCIS BUTLER.
Jan. 25, 1854 -e 13 ti.
Old Brass and Copper.
The Subscriber will pay 12-2 cents per
pround in cash for any quanti.ty of old Brass
or Copper, deliveredl at his suhops, near the
WVidminutonr and Manchester R. IR. D'eot
T. 3. COGIHLAN.
Fsebrt ary 28, 185M 18 t f.
The subscriber has mad~e arrangements for
the mantufacrure of from Four to Five Thiousandl
pairs of the above article by thteFA LL. For
references as to qu ality, ho wvould respect fully
refer persons whio may be disposed to purchase
ol hinm, to thotsei who patronized him last year
As io price, he will guarantee them as low as
can be oflerded
lilay 22 2 .i MORGAN.
To the Public,
. JOlIN Cil.NA oflferg his services -to the
citizens of Snmter District and the public goin
erally an'l pledge himself to give eyery alien
lion so the sale of all properties entrusted to his
huandsi tin commission, either at auction or pri
vat.a sal... Th'le facilities he enrjoys, as to situa
tin atnd his lotng experience in the business ire
satisfatctory evieence of his ability to'do justie
to any who mony employ him.
Feb 22, 1854-. 17 t
White Lead I. White Lead!
1 0,000 L&B.'PUREWHg
L EAD for sale low. - -
J'. & J .WA RT
Mareh L5, 1854. 20 i
1-6 .RUNAWAY, on last Tuesday the
17th Instant, my Boy RICHARD, a
white mulatto, about five feet three
or fuur inches high, tolerably stout built,
about twen two years 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, his hands short and thick, chubby
fingers. He had the scar of a blister on
his forehead just above the eye-brows, he
may 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
ho is very white and has been taking great
care of his skin for some tine. When he
left he had a cloth cap, black coat and a
dlark colored pair of pants. lie will be
sure to change his cap and clothes as soon
as 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 he will be so advertised.
The above reward of One Hundred
Dollars will be paid for his delivery in any
Jail in the State. lie will be sure to give
himself another namo.
Bradleyville, Sumter District, S. C.
May 2htn, 1852 .90-tf
Lj Camden Journal and Cheraw Ga
zette publish five times.
BislopviIc Carriage and
JAMfES W. AMBROSE still continues to
crry on the above business in all its various
branches, and take this method of returning
his thanks to hi. friends for their liberal patron.
age, and hopes by close attention to business to
still merit the same. CARtIA(ES AND BUG
GI ES made to order and warranted for twelve
nmonths. If they should fail in that time it,
point of workmanship or material. they will he
repaired free of charge. Ile deems it unnec
esary t". say anything in regard to the neat
ness and durability of his work, as his work
will shotw for itself. Call on him at ilishop
Ville and he will give as good bargains as can
be had in Charleston.
lie also doe- plough-work at short notice.
Iloree-shoeing done with neatness and dispatch
at $1 5t) all round. ills terms for new work
will be to suit purchasers.-With interest al.
ilishipville, S. C., Jan'y 18th, 1851 12-Gm
AT TIlE OLD STAND OF S. & J. GILBERT
S . &. E. M. G IL B E R T
continue the CA RRIAG E
IJUSI:.VSX at the above
sand-No. 35 and 40 Ventworth-street,
Charleston-where they will be pleased to
exhibit to their old friends and customers
a very extensive Stock of Vehicles, etint
prising thne of their own manufacture,
together with various other sty!es usually
found in this market. Their long acquaint
ance sith this market as manufacturers
nitd dealers will ena!le them to ofler great
iinlucetents to purchasers both in styles
March 15, 1851. 20 1y
'lksthis mnethod of informing the citizens
of Sumtervitl und v.icimnimy,
K-ffthat he has justm openened oni
'M.the corner above Clarks Ito
tel, his NiW CABINET
W A REROOM, whmere he will keep for sate,
phemap, all such furniture as comes uniter thmis
department of his trade; and wvill furnish fo:r
casth, at Chtarleston prices. alt mdescriptiomns of
Furniture made. Repairing executed at thme
Mahoganmy amid plain Collins furnished with
Fe b. ,1 854. 15tf.
Fall Goods! Fall hoods
IllUTI.F.R & N EWilERY wouldI respectfully
inform thieir friendsz and thme Public gene-alty,
that they hamve just received a large and wetl se
lected Xtock of
FAILL AND WVINTER GOODS,
embracing every qumlity andI style of L A DIES'
DR ESS 000O)I ; lIelivv Goouts, &c., ''rocer
ies, Boots and Shoes of eve'ry description; lamest
style li~as iand Caps; lliardware andu Crockery;
Rteadmy M~adle Clothing. etc. etc., to which they
piartic'ularly invite attention.
- A~so --
A tot of C11OICE SE'G ARS.
Paints, Oils, Glass
No. 60 1-2 East-Day, opposite P. & M. Blank,
ClHAR LESTON, S C.
Ire keeps constantly for sale, a general assort
menmt of Paiint~s and (Iils of all kinds, Window
Glass arid Sashes, Spirits rTnrpentine, Cam.
phmene, Spirit Gas, T'attow. Grindstones, Cor
tage, Chain Pumps, Cotton Foist Gin Fixtures,
Glu,. Pac~ting Y'arn, and Brushes of various
Oct. 26, 1853. 52 G6m
A LL persons who are in my debt a fee,
Wilt p lease to come forwardl, and pay it to me,
For I ama now ommt of thme indulging mood,
Amid conldn't wait longer, indeed, iflI would
The Sheriff'has got me, with harness on hack;
Andm snon I'm to 'trot on a very rough track,
If my friendmms donm't come forward mind give
mem a lift,
lil go to thme devil, sooin, all in a drift,
But rather thans go to him, so early, bark ye !
I'll give a we bit of a hint; now m-trk me!
rf. you don't pay tIp, right under your noses,
Pit taske all your papers, and give them to
And then, oh, then, you'll get your farin
i hell, he'll roast yona like a herin,
.. S. RICII. M. D.
Clarendon, Feb., 8, 1851. 15 tf
Third Door GSoutht of the Town Hlall
and nzearly opposite TIindul & Watson
IHE subscriber wvotuld respectftully in.
Aform the citizenms of Sumtm'rville and
the public generally, that ho has opened at
the above place a general assortment of
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and
Ca ps. Hard ware, Crockerytware, &c. &c.
A.so,-' Choiceo tot of Family Groceries of
every description, withi Frtuit of various
kinds, such ais Oranges, Apples, Lemons,
&c. &c, which ho wvmll sell very 1bw for
J-. BA RR ET.
Nov. 9), 1853. 9 ly
TOi The. Piublic,
4 JA AES.HI. CLA RK, begs leave to noti
fy the citizens of Suumtervllie and the vi
cinity, that he is now prepared- to gite hi~s
entir .o atiep tion,. to-any bttsiness iis the
ad~dtoa line.' He has had soinei experienc,-*
and -. by iih[gotee and attention to
mertaare of ptmblic favor. -
Sun le a.l t,15.1 -
CAN BE CURED!
DELORME'S BAUM DE VIE," or Balsam of
Life is, after a trial of upwards of twenty years
in a great variety of cases, con6dently ofered to
the public, especially to those afflicted with the
most distressing complaint, as a sure and speedy
relief for their suflerngs.
Read the following certificates. They are
from gentlemen of high standing and residing
in your immediate vicinity. The are but one
or two of the many in our possession all extol.
ing the healing virtues of this, (to use the words
of a grateful Dispeptic who was cured by 1s
use) most precious compound.
Certificate from the Rev. Hartwell Spain.
SMR V I RLLE,. S. C. Jan. 13th 1853.
Mr. CnAS. DELOIiM.
Dear Sir: -[.ast Spring I used two small bot.
ties 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
dist:ressing headache, and many other disagrsea
ble dyspeptiic symtons.
(Sign~ed] II. SPAIN.
Mr. CHAS. DELORME:
DEAR SIa :-I take great pleasure in recom
mending your "Baume de Vie." which I have
often used, and always with d ecided relief,
when suffering from attacks of Dyspepsla. At
once a stimaul unt, tunic and cathartic, I am sat
isfied it will prove eminently serviceable to all
who are afflicted with Dyspepsia. Its general
introduction throughout the country wili.b, a
To keep a supply constantly on hand, which
I would n ot exchange for all the Anti-dyspep
tic nostrums from Maine to Texas.
(Signed) JOHN W. ERVIN.
For salo by,
PItLLER & BRITTON, Surn.' r
Dr. W. J. I)ARGAN. & Co., " yu"
" " M. A. Huggins, Darlington C. H.
" " "Dr. J. E. Byrd, Trimmonsville,
And by Dru gists generally.
BOAT\ CIGHT & BARKULOO.
Wholesale Agents, Columbia, S. C.
November 9 2 tf
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK.
DEROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Factors and General Commig- 12
D B. McLAURIN, Esq.. will give per
r conal and special attention to the in
terests and orders of his friends in this
S:ate and the adjoining Counties of North
Carolina, who may favor these Houses
with their p:strnnage. ConRignment. of
produce to the house in New York, either
by way of Charleston, Georgetown, or
Wilmington, will he covered by insurance,
if notice of the shipment be promptly giv.
May 3, 1853 27-tf
Improved Cotton Gins.
Thankful for past favours the subscriber wish
as to inform the public that he still manufic.
tures Cotton Gins at his establishment in State
burg, on the most improved and approved plan.
which he thinks tha the sotton ginned on one
of those gins of the late improvement is worth
at east a quarter of a cent more than the cot
ton ginned on the dlrdlizary gin. Jib also man
t::re: -h- hc2 on the ::ia:pte cdrt:ct-io,;
of the finest finish and of the hest diaterials ; to
wit, Stedel Saws and S8iel flated Ribs Case
hardened ih'h he will sell for $2 per Saw.
He also repairs di~d ginsi and puts thens in cure
plateu order at the shortest notice. All orders for
Gins will be promptly and punctually attedi
to. WILL 1AM ELLISON.
State burg, Sumter Dist, 8. C. Feb 17,- 26
ROBERT W. ANDREWS notofieui the
citizens of this, and the adjoining Distric't;
that lhe has removed his Stables near the De.
pot of the WV. & 1I. R. Road, where hehrisdya
at all times to tak e charge of diseased Horses
fra moderate charge ; in all cases where there
is no cure no pay wvill be expected. Hie also
continues to take Passengers to rcnd from the
Depot, snd expects shortly to rece.ive a. New
Omiibus for that purpose. Goods he wili haul.
at the old rate of 10 cents per package, and
solicits the patronage of the puhhic.
Febi. 22, 1853 17-tt
Manufacturer and Dealer nyi
Carriages and Harness
OF every description, Nos 124, Mleeting street,
end 33 Wentworth street, next to the old stand
of Gilberts & Chapin, Charleston, S. C.
Ocet. 19th, 1853. 51' I y
Negroes Bought and Sold.
TIlE uinderuignedl has op'ened an office at N'o.
111 State Street, Charleston, where he has .dV
hand a ntumber of LIKELY YOUNG --
G"ROES for sale from which he can supply the
wants o'f ainy ofthe community. These Ne
groes a purchased in Mia ry laud, Virginia,
N orthi and South Carolina. To his lot lie is
continually receiving accessions. Tioe highest'
prices paid at all times for negroes.
J. 5'.- E. SH Al'PE,
16 Stati. Street.
Charleston, Dec. 21', 1853k 8 ly
J. B. N. HAMMVE',
ATTORNE'Y AT LAW,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
Office next dpour to J. DI. & R. C. Webb's
New York Store.
Ma rch 22, 185,3 - 21--tIf
For Gash, And that ols
The cheapest GROCERIES ever sdd
in Xumterville, catn he had fromi GORDON
& CO., at Dr. Mlellett's Old Stand..
Segars of the finest quality and most ap
proved Brands in the world, together with
Preserved Fruits of difi'erent kinds, Syrup.,
NutH, &c. A share of tho public patron.
age is desired, provided it is accotapanied
bty the CASH, but not otherwise.
GORDON & CO.
June 14th, 1853 3-t
iULR&~NEWBERY have removed from
their fprmer stand to the one formerly occupied
by E. D). PRtINGLE & CO., one door North of
1-. HOYT'S Jewelry Store where they would.
be pleased to see their friends and custon ens
Oct 5, '853. .49 If
PARTiCULA R attention giveb- to the a1'It
or SHIPMENT of-Naval Steegapd -- s~
and liber CASH ADVANCBS' rade on -W
Dec. 14, 1853. 7 1,
All persons having dethianda' agamest the
Estate of Mrs. E: Connors, dcpaiaesi,.nto
request~to hand thlefni in proeryttgt
- 10ION E nr