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S Sanzas in the Death of
We Iook'd upon Nita ias a pst
'Ihat priipped our little State.
but ndW that le Laih tirn'd to dust,
Alh w' iat will he its fate I
lie was a fatlifti seiti:el
That watched the prowhin for,
But he is gone aid who can tell
Ilkw miuch will he our w.o
tainst dtiitb' tie:nd, and arm'.- t hef
lie hld:i a ncig a nd,
Ard in der civil strifb and gilef,
He waved a god-line hand.
There is no one with eagle-eye,
And words of iiqual fir.-,
Like hin, to plea-1, :ke himi, to die;
Our eunty 's lost its -ite.
There is no one to i: b~s poIst,
Witih arm oust e ched to save
WVith eloquence liik his, to boast
Our heto 's in the !crave.
J. ti. T -,
4I.AInE DMbr S. C.
Written a! few days et ti?s death.
(s E L E C - E D.)
The Tale of thme Monk and the
An unbelieving Jew one day
Was skat ing o'er the icy way,
Which beng brittle let lin in,
Just derep enough to catcea hos chin;
And in th-at wvontl plight lie hunig,
With only power to move h.as to.g ne.
A brother skater near at hand,
A Papist, born in foreign la m.J,
With hasty strokes iirectiy il-w
To save poor Mordeeni. the Jew
"But first," q'ioth lie, *-i mut enij.,in
That you renounce your ia.:h I6.- mnne
There's no entreiaties ei.e w.' '',
'Tig heresy to save a Jew-."
"Forswear mine fit ! N' ! Cot forbid,
D'it would [H) very base indeed ;
Come, never mind such tilrs as deeze,
Tink, tank, how ferry hard it freeze.
More caot you do, inore coot you be,
Vat signifies your i to ine.
Come tiuk agenr how cold anad vet
And l'lp m0 out von little bit."
"By holy mass. 'tis hard I own,
To see a raan both hang and drown.
And can't relieve him fron his pl ght
Because he is an Israelite.
The church refuses all assistance,
Beyond a certain pale and distance ;
And all the service I can lind,
Is praying for your soul, my friend."
"Pray for (nine soul, lia! ha! you make ime
You petter help me out py half:
line soul, i farrant, vill take care,
To pray far own self, my tear
So tink a little now for ae,
'Tie I ani in de hole, taot she."
"The church forbids it, friend, and saith
That all shall die who have no -aith."
"Veil ! if I must pelievp, I mst.
But help Ime out von li te first."
"No, not an inch without A-nee,
That seals the whole--"
-"Ve!!. hanar m,.' st
I here renotunce fior coot3 :,nd ill,
Do race of Jeiw . bathI great arad aima I;
'Tis viarat tuaade penaeai dle "cii,
Or varst rehigion, dat's tall vona.
D)ey clieat, and gem dleir havng py't
Anu lie, and swear dat lhe in riga.
I'll go to mass as scion as ever
I get toder side de river,
So help amue out, now Chiristiana fricend,
Dat Iiaamay do an I miend."'
''Perhaps yotu do iintend to clieat,
lI once you geLtaupona youar feet."
"No, nai, I dia intennd to lie
A chlristiain, such a uone as de."
For, thoutght the~ Jew lhe is as mtucha
A christian ant as I am sauch
The bigot Papiat,joyful hea rted
To haeaar the hecratic convevrted,
Replied to thne designaing Jew:
"This was a haiippy fal I tor you;
You'd benier die a charist ian niow,
For if youive you'll barenkt youir vowi~."
Then said nio mtore, but in a trice
Popped alordecai bene:ath tihe ice.
Frorn tic Suthern Agriculturist.
Whant Slnould be time cinlef
Coirn atnd cotton in-the'e-otton -ptlan~t..
ing States have by commonin etistornt
become the~ universal crops of ext en
aive cultivation. hlow far this shaili is
correct, is not, entirely proved by its
universality, nor lay the prejuidices,
which sustain it in the uminds of' the
planters. lniaan corna inidigenions to the
soil, was perhaps thae umaot convenient
and. profntabl'e when the country' wias
first settled, arid- when an abundant
arid easily prepared crop, to s'upply
the wants of both ann aiid beast, was
a requiremtet of' the t'ines. In this
relativit value, it still is the imm at vai.
ble crop grown on the veigin soilscf the
the Middle, Southern tand someii p the
'Western States, for it luxiiriates tapona
the veget able maatter' abouindinag in ne w
suits, atid with little preparation tand
indilferenit cultture, yields large retulrns
for labor bes'.owed. Such, hoawever,
is not' the case ini tihe older Statecs,
Whore the er eami of' th'e hind has be'en
stolen away imtperceptibly by thne most
exhausting systemas to which tilled
soil-.'has ever been-- subijeted ; anrd ta.
khing tenly ears' croppittg -togethecr, thne
Indian corn erop is themotsb unacertaina
we can plat. -It is diflieult to grow on
any but virgiin or alluvial' soil, and the
drought of summer, except in extraor
dimary and most favorable seaLsonsi,
cuts it off' to a ruinotus eixtent. The
corn-orib is called the store hiouse of
the planter ini the-Souti,-and indeed it
is his main: dependence. Bitt this is
only because he'is not aceustomed to)
interweave other crops wvith the
cultivationi or cotton..- On improved
and well prepared -soil, barley and
wheat' would ykd'di niore bushels of
grain of more value to- the planter than
Indian corn. In fact, barely is the ii ost
valuable grain which we cultivate at
the South. .If sown at the proper
season, it readily perfut ts itself fronm
the winter rnoisture in the ath, and
:dl kild< . f.toek, and comies into har.
vest inl Iay, at timo when at 4 few days
calt ne spared from the cottoit crop
it hou4t det riment to its growth or pro
iuct 422. Is gain is So well protected
th1:21 it is I oc liabl to be spoilt by ex.
iell ll!tt ito t.ie w eather, find it may lie
any leiigth of tinn- in tie striaw, whet:
ll'% !y houlsed1 w~i itonttbedik boju, ie.
A barley cIrji.p sIwn witr gii;ti. , cut
1o2 seed, fir well p reired cormpost
manure. after the euot on <rI'e is gath
e.'ed inl 1 lii.Vt)lmber atoll 41.anaIar., would
come2Ilt olFf s!..h.iiently early t 'm th..
stublble down ml t',":- to) be turn..! nul
der in ant'*iii.i a i. the rotationi: o:'sm:.1.
grain with tils S) pnLL'li Ilt. sued, would
bie the best. and most eli,:iuet, mode of
i.inpr2oving 'ir lands. It. would also
he titted t, tile ecollonli. a! and easy
eItivatlin ,if the after cott'on emp, by
i eIl"wig' 111ndCr of the herbage in
the tall, whitchl would be thoroughly
leeotinaposed by tl.e next spring.
Barley, ground and mixed with the
straw, reduce I to chaff by a cutting
innehitt', is better food fir horses and
cattle thum any prepaiat ion of lndi.in
crt111 andi 1to thse persons who have
not mills, sim2ply soaking the grain
In wan- tr is a line preparation tir feed.
ing t' h..ses. Swine fatten and keep
in co)nd 4ito mire ea1i'ly on barley
tiin ,if corn. A an n12 its favor, 101re
h:iriev ea' be '2heaply growni on ils
at.' e 112,4 - e,'*i .iry up Jl.nid, tIhaln we
t'i un4l" a Iv .. i' 1. W iwat Sowl with
lIatio in lle oila2nner after the cotton
cr, wuld ce'121 in at a seawon % ben
the airvethig eould be'attended to
Wil lleit b 110 r31t1tri0t, :taud alft er the 022tu1tt
ero1p is -ail by, :md in the inter 'li
b.. 1weert I hat 2t 3nean ttte and the consnence
t-!ellt of i f pliil'1 . l li tttl etshit12 a~rd
J)V'j'aritig t f..r ii:ii1i t ti2 tile iui' S
coiuidi b - atte.ndedt to writhouit bil,
duaolce. 'r'.,: ituiddlings, Sillar s anid
bran of a Ilarg. wheat unrop all mixed
together, wo~uld go tar to feed the
11ita l'Ill .,to i t.'k, and1 negres would
re'ish wvheate: brieiad as ia ch:Imge lour
the corn bread usually allowed to
We o woi.l, fio:al t 'ese few reaTsIons
stated, 111d m111re is nee.Il.-'S ti II!?-'i4,
reco4 22nuend the reduction fit the cu41i
crol) to such a degree as wo2ulJ thro.v
all lands no1t naturallyj prodnecina indi.
.u2 COrN, ',!, in to wheat, b.arley rye
2and oats. WV2e41 d I hen cn l i v.1te
our2 tiled er4p S well and easily, and
the are:.nIles tit,; systemti w(odd1i opn.'2
for ilmplrovu:.'it wo.uld soon repay
far the experim2..t. We know st1.it
thlls, recommen~t221ld.1tions5 wi be metL
with by all the objections which pre.
j(.di.e and the tyranny of cut1om
engenders in those who cleave to old
practices andi theories, but as they are
Co2'e:tionIs of true policy, we have ntI
hesitation in maiking them.
Influence ot ewaspaItapers.
A. school teacher, who has been en 2
g;ged a long time in his prifssion and
witn essed~ the inlfluen2e of a n2ewspap er
upon41 tihe ruInds (ofl afamliy 41 ofehildr'en1,
writes to. the edIitor fI theO Odgenbhurgr
ni nel asi ' th low<:
I hav-4' 1. 'td it to 'e a universal fact
without'22 excetim that I111 those'i scholars,
'Ifa both sext'. a. d of ii alges, w ho have
ha~d nece'Iss to) Newspa4i.ers ar~ home2i,
-:.h~en cornpaj2red wvith Itoe who11 halve
1. Better readeirs, e'xcelilig in pr4I
mlusciation and emphas22tis, and24 conse-S
qjuen tly read mrer. uniderstan idingly.
2. They ar'e better spllers anid
defumo words wit h ease antd accuracy.
3. They ob~tain a1 pra 1ical kni4ot
chi..e o~f geo~grIahy, inl abnos0t half1 the
tinile it requires utihers, as the ne0wspa
per hast' IlIade them12 fam~iilar with) the
1ocatio of22 ( the imp2Iortatt places,
nat1io'ns, their Loveannen) cts and4 doig
on2 the globe.
4. Thiey are1 better grarn marianls,
for ea1v in1g b(com sol .4 fami liar with
pur, rolin thle common)2 pliace advertise
lientls to the finlished aund classical
'aratio of21. the staiteern ith they more
read41i ly comp-))*ehend the nictaing of'
the text, and22 conseqjuently analize its
cons.'trulctihhn w ithi a11 ecyI).
us2ing~. betteri lanuguiage, containing more
Ii. Those ySoun412g man'T wiho have, forI
years, beeni rea.ders af the~ newspapers.
have'1 alw I. ys beel ta1k ing th lea 11it
the debin221g .9Iciety, exhibith g a mol0I
extens2ive1 knowledge upo2 2a great
v riety (of' 82nbjets, antd expre'ssing
their views withl greater linlency,
clearness and correctnes's in their use
A FiME A.N--wrrH A QUALMMCA
-rios -Jntdge WV -, wh~o has1 been~t
filr many1~ I earIs a worth Iy cnpant (of
the( fede'ral bh'r'l ini M iebiigani. lell inltoI
con21ver'sation a2 few~ (1ays sinlce ill a
barber'is --hip IIwith a2 3 h'Uni, siubstant11iali
1lo21king and2( rallher' aged stranIger, froml~
the1 uneighnorhll of1( TI ecnoseh10. The
Juidge being forme2rly wvel l( qtiainited
ini that vicinity, tookq occas11)in to ask
a1fter' (e1rIail2 ''- its (it IzenIs.
SYuan know M r. B , do you?"l
said the Jmigo.t
"b Very well." was the reply.
" lie i.4 well is he?"
"I Quite well,"' was2 the reply.
"Y.e-," staid Ile 411d(2 famer rathier
caultiously " a2 v'ery fine miain for a4
laiwyer-youi know. we1 don J't e.rpeict a
gJreat 'deal of. them !"
Puarry or? T~iUovur.--axter says,
"Thie first spark ofan unIIlwful desire,
entertatined ini t~lbe hea'Irt, soul, or ima11g
inaitioni, inust anltly lbreaks uof(.'fflcomun.
ion with G..d's HIly Spirit. Shudder
at it-cast thiyseIf' u~pronthy knees, cry,
'Save, Lord, or I perish,2' till it, becomes
lila' hso'ite." How itmportant, then is.
purity of thiieght, word, feeling, ien
11021 ! A greater thirn Baxrer says, "If'
thine eye be single, thy whole body
shall be ftill of light-," Keep thyself
Boots & Shoes,
197, Richardson Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
HAS constantly oni hand and is daily receiv
ng fresh supplies oif all kinds of Ladles and
entlemen's Bootan rnd Shoes of the latest fash
one. Also. FRESH CALF-SKINSan.l SOLE
LEATHER for lixut-makers.
Mareh 15, 1851. 20 ly.
THOMAS -.N N .! -RSON
CH AJJESTON, S. C.
Feb 29, 1F54. I8 ly.
C. P. REMSEN,
(SUCCESSOR TO R. HAWLEY,)
HIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
Richardson Stree,,-. An 89.
TWO DOORS BELOW THE MARKET,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
MAarh 15, 1851. 20 ly.
T. C. WORTH,
WILMINGTON. C. AugN. . .i4ily
COX1FE:CT'IONA R Y 1AhD FAS CY
No. 13i:0, lc/'icardsonl Street,
C()I.iMBIA, S. C.
PARTIES AND WEDDINGS FURNISIIED
AT SHORTEST NOTICE.
W[IIOL ESA LE A ND lRET. I IL.
March 15, 1851. 20 ly.
J. B, NIXON,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
I istE in v '; 1 ;nron '1
Corner Quan~'l andI( Chur1ch-sts.
Chm leton, S. C.
Feh. 29, 1854. 18 Iv.
COMIISSION MER (IA NT,
Dyr.cE, Non-rnI Coalv.I.-UA. WHW~r.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Feb. 29, 1t54. 18 t .
F1"Id 'S M.+l l.*I.LIC CO 'F'INS of al
izei, constantly on hand and for sal
y IIJDSON & BROTIHER,
Opp. 'Tempranrce Iall Sumtervile.
3 '.i Ii, 1852 %t
UHiiiBERS & MAh811I1L
l'JIOLE.'.IA' - J? E TJIL
)EI A LERS IN -'
FANCY & ST APLE DR Y GOODS,
n 4,. (Granite? Rage,
Cot.U;Ni! , C.
04'All order- t.h1an nully received and
.IENJ. Rt. CHIAMBERS. WM. MAIISHIALL,
A pril 19, 1854. 'G5 6
N. A. COl[EN & C011N, -
D1PORTErz'i'& DEALERC LN
F~OREIGN and IE)MYESTIC
No. 117 East.Bay,
NATHIAN A. COIIEN,
MJar. 29 15I. IAI ESONyS
DR. C. H. MYIOT,
COL UM HIA, S. C.
NEAR TJlE CoURT 7'HO0USE.
Drugs, lMedicimes, Chemi
eals, Perfumery and Fancy.
M~arch 15. 1851. 20 ly.
Dealer in Priovisions, Plour',
(I A (CON, (/1R OC ERIE'S. W'INES,
Plantation Supplies and
TEA, MOlASSES, Ch EESE, &c.
1 94. R~ihrdson .Street,
COLUM 'BIA, .C.
Mar~i 15, 185,. 2J ly.
BY G. WV. BOMAR,
South-.west corner ol' Church and Queen-stsi
CII AIRLESTrON, 13. C.
Feb.. '29, 1854. 18 ly.
Casaden. S. C.
D. S. SARGEANT,
Nov- 9, 1853. 9 if
White Lead I White Lead I
1 0,000 L BS. PUR E WHIITE
LEA D for salo low. ,* ..RT
Columbia, S. C.
MaIrch 15. 185M. 20 1
'BROWNING & LEMAN,"
Frencha, Iisi aIm a d (Geuam.a
109 and 211 King-areet corner of Mar
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
CARPF.TINGS.-TIngrain, 3 Plys, Blrus.
sels T.spstrv nmi Velvets.
CURTAIN MATERIALS, in Silk, Satin,
CUIRITA IN CAIIRICS and 31JSLINS, in
SEllit(OII)ERiii) LACE and MIUSLIN
CtllTA INS, all ivles.
(III ' CO It: CKS, in all the now desigens.
(''I'TA IN GIMIPS, HOLDERS, LOOPS,
DRAI'EIV CURDS and BELL ROPES,
in all varieties.
ItIRTISII and AMERICAN FLOOR OIL
SILVER and GI.T STAIR 11018 and
STAIR CA RIPETIN;-8. of all styles.
willrON, ViLVET, and AXMJNSrER
RUGS, in great variety.
Pl'.ANTATION W 00 LEN S-I L A N
RETS, PLAINS. KERSEYs, CAI'S.&c.
ied and White FLANNELS, SIIIRTINGS,
COTTON OSNABIJRGS, of all the best
English and American COTTON FLAN.
French. English, amid American PiN'i'S.
L.INENS OF, IRICIIAlRI)SON'S superioir
mnake, for Sheetints, Slhirtinge, Pillow (ases,
Table Damasks, Doylies, Napk ins, Towellings,
Ilnckaha, kIs, Fruit Cloths, B. E. Diapers,
c;rass Cloths, &e.
CLOTHS, CASSIIERS and VESTINGS,
of best French Ioods.
SERVAN'S CLO'I'IS, in all the shades of
S.\TINETS. TWEEDS, JEANS and LIN
SELY. of ail qualities and styles.
wITI A FiLt. ASORT'rIENT OF
Rich Dress Goods.
In SIliS, TISSIJ ES. IIAR EGES, GREN
A 1)1N ES. 31IS.1 NS. A c.
I103 ISA ZINES, A I.l'ACAS and 3OUIRN.
INi (,00)S. i:s great varietv.
I:IIllOlDiERS and LACI GOODS,o fev
EVENING l)ltESS Goods in Great variety,
All the above are of our own
ind offered at the LOW EST 11 A R KI ET Prices.
'I ElI MS.-Casi, or City Acceptance.
9i--l The one price sytem strictly ad.
bered to, and all Goms Vnrranted.
BIlOWNING & LE3IAN.
Charleston, S. C.. Jan, ith. 1851. II if
T iE SUJSl('III EllR ofTers for sale oin
i very r.'.asnable terms, mime vyIiable
improved-and muimprovel lilts in the Town of
Stiaterville. For partienuars, apply to
Sumterville, Jan. 3d, 1851. lU-tf.
E ardware, Paints, and
. & J. B. EIUlT,
C'OLt1il.-1, S. C.
SIGN OF TIIE GOLDEN JACK-PLANE,
Oll r for sale at very low prices, a large and
well aisorted 'tuck of
Ml:-A cW L ND31[,2ac!!'N
PA ISTS. OIL S, I ND DY E.
2c" ;Goods de liveredi at thme Depot free of
J. & J. II. IEWA RIT.
Age acy for Iron Railing and
IlE s--e~rmlir wtill rece'~ive orders fir
'asti Ironi Itaiilinmgs, and other Iron work mmnanni
if IIon Th okwl h llvrd in
1mmrh- ' t ilotn prices ith lie expeinses
if lmioig, Fr'ight imnsurance, JUrayage and
- Ay pe-ruon isihinmm illumstraited catalogmnes oaf
' ifrnt dlesignis canm be suppli--d tby aujpply.
ng ait my :itmare, w' there. specimens of tome oft the
sri itele camn alsoa he i'een.
A ctatl.pn cani be seein a! time ofl1cc of time
No. 60~ 1-2 East Bay, opjwiite P. & 31. Bik
t'harlestonm, S. C.
Mlar, 29, 1851. 22 Gm
Fullings, Bostwick & Con
CO141'MBIA, S. C.
I:NA\'l cosanl on htandl the larges.t
mm tis Immr, whimch they are prepalred tr
wll atn prices lower I han anyts ( her e..tab.
Thelmir Clotin ism miannfacmt uremd by thmem.
selves. withI pa~rli,-nlatr referencte to thme.
mnarkem, anmd thmey fee'l wamrranmmed to say i
is mmmuhrimr to nor'ite, andmm SUPIJ tI|IOlt TPj
MONT:,' ('LI'IIING; oftL-redl intmi lanarl
mf thme coun ttry. Tlheir buisimme-s iis comn
I ictedt itn th le onei price cashil ptr inctiipl,
amid I t price of their gootds imarin: ed imi
ptamii firmnres~ nponm each article hvw which .1
unorm i ty mof price is oltacervm'i, an md the
immxperenmcedl bumymr is enabledh mo imake
mis ptirchase- a't asm low a rate, at~ hle more
ax periemecedl andm hteter jnmd?e. Persm
v' i tig Colmbia t are respeelily init:itm
toi nmm e(xsaminmat .en ai f cinimr stock amndl prices.
WRIOLESAIE & RETAJIL,
117 Kin~g .Etreef, Clanrleston, S. C,
TIlE wmheribe'r is receiving a large as'rt.
mnim mmf the il~ aboe oods.
50,0100 Roalls ofC iapr Ilanigings ; 1000) pairs
nf Wimmdowy Shmadlet 100 Miatrassecs, of ever
descripimtm. Also, iilloaw, Iluisptersm, I.nee ami
Muislini Cumrmaimns. Dlmamsk, Samin Denl.anem
Coirici, lIiinds, Fire Screens V'enitianm liiinds
All kimuds of U1phmolstertiing, andm tie buinest
5mm usually attenidedl to in mill iis biranmchie.
II. W. KINSMAN.
Mmir. 29, 185-4. ' '22 ly
Who Wants Money ?
The isubscriber for one, is particulcriy iil
want of it, anmd he hopes thmat those who hiave
patronizedl him so liberally, will continmue thi
frhmemdship by payimng up, amid enabling hitn te
mmiet the demnaws of others. "Wheels cannot
motve without gaasei"
T. 1): FR IESONI.
Jan. 18: ta8- 19- er
In Equity---Sumter District,
Adn'r. of BILL.
vs. F. J. & M. Moses
Cha rles W. Miller. Comnpl'ts. Sol's.
The creditors of the Into Dr. JAMes IIAYN
SWoRTn, entitled to claim inder his assignment
to the above named Defendant, executed on
the 28th day of July A. D. 1842.are hereby no
tilled that, by an corder in the above stated
cause, they are required to estabhlsh their de
mands before mec, Commissioner in Equity for
Sumter District aforesaid, on or before the
first day of May next.
I also give notice that I will until the
said first day of May next, receive proposals for
the sale of a part of the real estate conveyed by
the said assignment. lying partly if not wholly
in the corporate limits of Suniterville, hounded
by lands of Dr. J. C. IIArNSwOnTi, W. L.
litRUNSoN, T. J. Coon5I.AN. and Mrs. C. fos
iA a). and by the new road running from Sum
terv ille to the stean mill of T. J. Coon LA N &
Co., supposed to contain about one hundred and
W. F. B. IIAYNSWORTII,
Com'r. in Equity S. D.
Dec. 27. 1853. 9 tf
TINDAL, WATSON &CO.
I'll E subscribers having established them
selves at the st:ni opposite A. J. Moses' Store,
respectfully solicits the attention of their frionds
and 'lie public to their well selected stock.
Their a'smrtnent comprises all articles usually
kept, (crneptie liquors) and will be constantly
replenished, and disposed of on as favorable
terms as are offecred any where.
Their stock consists in part as follows
I.aslies' lress (owls and Trimmings.
Ladies' Collars, Chemisettes, and Under
iaces. Edginer. and insertings,
Jacrnet and Swiss Muslins.
I.adiesn' and eentlenen's L. C Ildkf's.
A large lot of IHosiery and Gloves, Cravats
and Stocke. AIso.
A full supply of Prints and Domestics.
GlU)CE R ES. hardware. Holloware,
Cnrlwsnmer's and Illacksmsith's Tools,
Cistern Pumps and Pipes, Carriace Trim
Crockery and Classware, Saddlery and
ihiss. Shoes. flats, -'rips, Ready made
Cllothing. &r. A. *c.
TINIsa l., WATSON & CO.
JAME s S. Ti NtAi..
HI. WV. (;Asttp.n.
February 22, 15I 17 if
Lumber and Wood.
TIIE ,usariber, superintendant of the
Steam Saw Mill of (' ghlan. Dixon & Co., re
spuc'tfully ins orrns the public, that they are pre
pare.d to t-srnish Lumber of any description at
the shortest notice.
Ihaving gisod naions ati teams, they cra de
liver to puirchnseers when desired. They have
a lare p:sntil y of prime Oak and Ligttwool
which they cats deliver to customers on moler.
Ti-::ss. -A reasonable deductinn in all cases
for cash. or sthlerwise, nutes will be taken when
orders are filled.
Every .exrtion will be used to give satisfac.
tion to those who savour us with orders.
COGLAN, DIXON, & Co.
Sumterville,.lan. 18, 1851. 12 t f
Look Up Streett
Wr~n CLARK'S HOTEL is still in op.
eraition-(tianks to the kindness of good
friends)-ready to receive customers, and
erttain (het. to their ctsre satisfaction.
Mr. C. is resolved that his Hotel shall not
lie e'xcelt'd by any btise in the country.
Everything the market can furnish shall
be spread upon his table, well cooked and
cleanly. The bets., are all in good order
and shahlibe kept so. Give him a trial
andl Mr. Clasrk pledges satisfaction.
FEL.~I.O (CITIZE~NS:-.It is a painiful task
to ditn, hut stern n.-cessity ands. your nsrglieentce
andI fosrgetftuhsa, demiandl that I shsould reimind
all lhse indissedltt to , eit her by tnote or ac
counit, toi come to law withs then aslink, hidhes sir
coirn at thes imill, on or before the frest Monday
ins .March next, to save yousrelves of dlispleas
tire nndl to cheat [.awyers, Sheriffs and petty
Conistabiles out of cost, for
A t the lsss of a penny
You'Il grumble anid groan,
As stihughs lie rhstumaties
WIere psiercing each boine.
Thse ghst of hadl shsilhings
Forever yoti wvill hauntt,
Anti yous shake, least to-morrow
Shouild bring you to want.
(GYr Pity up, andm sasve costs, and there wvill
yet hie a crust ls-ft yoss.
W.I1. FRANCIS BUTLER.
Ja n. 25, 1851 13 i f.
Boatwright & Barkuloo,
CO'L IU.MLIIA, S. U.
WJIOLESAL.E AND RETAIL
Pure Drugs, M1edicinaes, C'hemical s,
Perfumiery, F, me y A rticles, Brushes.,
Glastu-are?, Dye- Stfs, and all kinds of
GENUINE~ AND) POPULAR PATENT
A comiplete assortment, of the best quality,
andI at the inv-est prices.
Matrch 15, 1851. 20 ly.
Old Brass and Copper.
Tihe Subsscrihier will pay 12-2 cents per
poundl in cash ftor any ql~auay of old Brass
or Csspper, dleivereds at his shons, near the
W 'dmt~intoni anid Manchester R. R. Depot
T. J. COGIILAN.
Fei brua ry 28, 1851 l8 f.
SAMUEL C: DUNN & O0,,
37 Dcy Street, 20 iInyne Street,
New York. Charleston, 8. C.
SMUETus. C. DUNN, GEo. II. DoitEMUs
.ltily lthl, 18:23 37--t
Th~e Subi~scriber resreetlsully informs his cus
tomners andt the pulic that ho cannot carryvon
his hntsdness on a credit of twelve months.
Prompt customfers who may favor hitm with
their work may experst to be catlled on at any
timse for moeesay whlen the article is wanted.
Ite retuirnis Ihis thsan~cs for th~e liberal patronage
whlih lhe lias received. -I F.S,
January 3, 1851 10 6m.
Th stibscriber lhas made arrangements for
theimatiufacture of from Fonr to Five Thousand
pairs of the above article by. the FA LL. For
reference as to qsiiality,,be wvould respectfully
Irefer personts who may bd d'ppsed to'purchaiso
of him, ts those who patronizell him last year
As tos price, he will gearantee them as low as
cap be uflerded -
flhiy 22 2 .J MORGAN.
To the Public,
JOIIN ClIiNA offers his'..servic6s to the
citizenis of Sumter District and the publie gen
erally and pledges hImself to give every atten
tIon to the sale of all properties entrested to his
handls on commjission, either at auetion or pri
vano sal-e. The facilities he enjoys, as to situa
tio'n andI his long exparience in the business ate
satisfactory evidence of his ability to do justice
to any wvho may employ hit..
Foh 22.,18M4 17 eU
t RUNAWAY, on last Tuesday the
17th instant, my Boy RICIIAtD, a
white mulatto, 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, and answers quick and short
when spoken to said boy has a short thick
foot, his hands abort 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. lie will be
sure to pass himself for a white man for
he is very white and has been takingf groat
care of his skin for some time. When he
left he had a cloth cap, black coat and a
(lark colored pair of pants. lie will be
sure to change his cap and clothes as soon
as he can; lie 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. IIe will be sure to give
himself another name.
Bradleyville, Sumter District, S. C.
May 2htn, 1852 30-If
: Camden Journal and Cheraw Ga
zette puh!ish five times. a
Iislaopville Carriaae and
. IInaness IManufactory.
JAMES W. AMBROSE still continues to
carry on the above huainess in all its various
branches, and takes this method of returning
his thanks to his friends for their liberal patron.
age, and hopes by close attention to business-to
still merit the same. CARRItAGESAno BUG
GIES made to order and warranted for twelve
monihs. If they shou!h fail in that time i,
point of workmanship or material. they will be
repaired free of charge. lie deems it unnec
eisary t. say anything in regard to the neat
ness and durabilit y of his work, as his work
will show for it lf. Call on him at IHishop.
ville and he will give as good bargains as can
be had in Charleston.
lie also does plough-work at short notice.
Ilore.-shoeing done with neatness and dispatch
at $1 5e all round. His terns for new work
will be to suit purchasers.-With interest al.
llinhopville, S. C., Jan'y 18th, 1851 12-6m
AT TILE OLD STAND OF S. & J. GILBERT
S.& E. M. GILBERT
continue the CARRIAGE
UIISINESS 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 Vehicles, coin.
prising those of their own manufacture,
together with various other styles usually
found in this market. Their long acquaint.
ance with this market as manuifcturers
and dealers will enable them to offer great
inducements to purchasers both in styles
March 15, 1851. 20 Iv
F. M. ANDREWS,
Takes this method of informing the citizens
of Sumterville and vicinity,
that he has just openened on
the corner ab~ove Clarks Hto.
tel, Isis tIWW C7AIIINET
WA RERIOOM, where lie wilt keep for male,
cheap, all such furniture as comes under this
department of his tradet and will furnish for
cash, at Charleston prices, all descriptions of
Furniiture made. Rlepairing executed at the
Mahogany and plain Cofiins funishsed with
Felb. 8, 1951. 15 tf.
Fall Goods! Fall Goods
IIUTL.ER &- N EWBHERY wouldl respectfully
inform their fricn'is and ste Psiblic gene-ally,
thsat they hsave just received a large and wetl me
lecte'd Stock of
FALL AND WINTER G00D8,
embracing every quality andI style of L ADIES'
DRtESS GOODS ; Heavy Goods, &c., ('racer
ieas, Hoots tand Shoes of every description; latest
style H~ats andis Caps; Haerdwvare anid Crocelsey;
Ready Made Clothing, etc. etc., to wvhich they
particularly invite attention.
-- ALS O
A lot of CHOICE SEG ARS.
Paints, Oils, Glass
No. 60 1-2 East-Bay, opposite P. & M1. Bank,
CHIARLESTlON, S C.
Hie keeps constantly for sate, a general assort
ment of P'aints and Oils of all kinds, Winslow
G;lass ansd Sashes, Spirits Tsapentine, Canm
phene, Spirit Gas, Tallow, Grinstones, Car.
stage, Chsain Pumps, Cotta,, Foot Gin Fiattures,
Glue, Pac.ting Yarn, and Brushes of various
(Jct. 26, 1853. 52 6m
A LL persons whou are in my dobt a fee,
WVill plea~se to caome forwanst, andI pay it to me,
For I am nsow oust of the insdulging mnood,
Anid coulsdn't wait longer, indeed, if I would;
Thme Sherify has got me, with harness on back;
Atnd ssoon I'm to trot on a very rough track,
If my friends don't come forward anid give
ime a lift,
I'll go to the devil, soon, all in a drift,
But rasher than go to him, so5 early, hark ye!
PIl give a we lilt of a hinmt; now mark mea
If you dlon't pay up, right under your noses,
1'l ta al your papers, and give them to
And then, oh, then, you'll get your farln
In hell, he'll roast you like a herin,
J. S. RICH.M5. D.
Clarendlon, Fob., 8, 1854. 15 tf
Third Door' South of the Towen Hall
and~ nearly opposite Tindal & Watson
TIUIE subscr iber wvotuld respectftully in.
~form the citizens of Sumterville and
the public generally, that ho has opened at
the above place a general assortment of
Dry Goois, Boots andI Shoes, Ihats and
Caps. JIxrdwvare, Crot-keryware, &c. &c.
A'so, A Choice lot. of Fasmily Groceries of
every dlescription, with Fruit of various
kinds, such us Oranges, Apples, Lemons,
&c. &c., which he wvill selli very low for
Nov. 9, 1853. 9 ly
To Tiel Piblic,
JA MES H. CIUAR~dheg leave tornoti
fy the citigens of Snmterville and the vi
cinity,,that he ia-nist preparedlto give his
entire attention,. to any business in the
auction liqe. He baa had some experlence.
and hiopes by.. diiticne and attention to
merit a share of'pub ic favoe:re
* Suimtervilla. Jan. 11th. 1AM4 11..-..1f
CAN BE CURED!
1iULRMiW'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 sufferings.
Bead the following 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 grateful Dispeptic who was cured by its
use) most precious compound.
Certi fcate from the Ret. Hartwcell Spain.
StIUTERvILI.E,. S. C. Jan. 13th 1853.
Mr. CHAR. DaLoRME.
Dear Sir: -Last Spring I used two small bot
ties of your Bialsain of Life; and experienced
much benefit. I took it two or three times dai
ly, a teaspoonful at a dose in a wino 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 disagreea
ble dyspeptic sfmtons.
[Signed] If. SPAIN.
Mr. CHAS. DELORME:
DEAR SIR :-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. A
once a stimu lint, tonic and cathartic,j am satt $
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 sale by,
M1LLER & BRITTON, Wholesale Agents
Sumterville, S. C.
Also for sale by Dr. W. Jas. DAaOAM&Co,.
and Ricr.& ThoMson, Sumterville, S. C.
Rocas & Srxnca, Bishupville, S. C.
November 9, 1853 2 If
BROWN & DeROSSET,
180 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK*
DEROSSET & BROWN,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
Cotton Factors and General Commit.
D B. McLAURIN, Esq.. will give per.
. sonal and special attention to the in.
tereste and orders of his friends in this
State and the adjoining Counties of North
Carolina, who may favor these Houses
with their patronage. Consignments of
produce to the (louse in New York, either
by way of Charleston, Georgetown, or
Wilmington, will be covered by insurance,
if notice of the shipment lie 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 manufac
tures Cotton Gin at his establishmeuat in State.
burg, on the most improved and approved plan.
%nhich he thinks that the cotton ginned on one
of those gins of the late improvement is worth
at least a quarter of a. cent rfore than the cot
ton ginned on the ordinary gin. - He also man
ufactures them on the mostsamplh construction,
of the finest finish and of the best materials; to
wit, Steel Saws and Steel Plated Ribs Case
hardened which he will sell for $t2 per Saw.
He also repairs old gins and puts them in com
plet: ordezr at the shortest notice. All orders for
Gins will be promptly and punctually attended
to. WILLIAM ELLISON.
Statoburg, Sumter Dist, S. C. Feb 17,- 26
ROBERT .W. ANDREWS notonles the
citizens of this, and the adjmining Distrts,
that be has removed his Stables near the De
pot of the W. & M . R. Road, where he is re~ady
at all times to tak e chiarge of diseased Horses
for a moderate charge ; in all cases where there
is no cure no pay will be. expected. Hie also
continues toi take Passengers to and from the
D~epot, und expec~ts shortly to receive a New
Omnibus fur that purpose. Goods hie will haul
at thte old rate of 10 cents per package, and
solicits the patronage of the public.
Fehb 223, 18.53 17-ti
LEOA DCH APIN,
Manuifacturer anid Dealer in
Carriages and Harness,
OF every idescription, No. 124, Meeting street,
and 33 WVentworih street, next to the old stand
of G ilberts & Chapin, Charleston, 8. C.
Oct. 19th, 1853. 51 y
Negroes Bought and Sold,
TH E undersigned has opened an office at No.
16 State Street, Charleston, where he has on
hand a numsber of LIKELY YOUNi'G NE-.
GROES for sale from which he can supply the
wvants of any of the community. These Ne
groes are purchased in Marylnd, Virgnia,
North and South Carolina. Tohis lot heis
continually receiving accessions. The highest
prices paid at all times for negroes.
J. M. E. SH ARPE,
16 St ats Street.
Charleston, Dec. 21, 1853. 8 ly
3. B. N. HAMMET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SUMTER VILLE, S. C.
Office next door to J. B. & R. C. Webb's
New York Store.
March 22, 1853 21-tf
For Cash, And that only
The cheapest GROCERIES ever sold
in Sumterville, can be had from GORDON
& CO., at Dr. Mellett's Old stand.
Segars of the finest quality and most ap-,
proved Brands in the world, together with
Preserved Fruits of different kinds, Syrup,
Nuts, &c. A shaire of the public patron
ago is desired, provided it i seompanied
by the CASH, but not otheriie'
GORDON & Co.
June 14th, 1853 33--ff
BULR&NEWBERY have removed froma
their former stand to the one formerly occunied
b - E. D. PitNGLE & CO., one door North of
1-. hOY T'S Jewelry Store, where they would
be pleased to see their friends and customers.
Oct 5, '853. 49 tf
WILMINGTON, N. C.
rA RTICUL AR attention given to the SALE:
or.SHllPM NT of Naval Stores and Cotton,
and lier C $HI ADVANC ES made oa Con- f
Dec. 14, 1853. 7 ly
AdmiaIstra r's Notiods
All perstons hatrih demand., agamat the
Estale of Mrs. E. Cnnors, deceased, are'
requested to hand them in properly &ttt
ed; and those indlobted will pibeso make.'
immediate payAtent t
No.'14, 18?0 '3s't