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'lam ~l 8Uf~&~or
Orraept hair tnneo did curl
Ad et vlhite' k,
That'hair is hanged, for'betaty's home
* salmost beauty's 'wfe'k.
BAt still she hath a' charm.-a charm.
More dear'than. any other,
And what, think y, that charm can be
Of John the scol-.boy's nther
Fled is the rose that decked her cheek;
That cheek is pale and thin;
Yt that remain: doth tell a tale,
Of beauty. raely seen.
And still she hath a oharm--a charm
More dear than any other;
And what, think ye, that charn can be)
Of little Peter's mother.
Gone is the Are of maiden'i eye
But yet some fire is there;
Enough is left to tell you why,
She once was thought so fair.
And still she hath a charm-a charm
More dear than any other;
And what, think ye. that charm can bo'
Of her thiit Tom calls mother.
The hand of Time may grey.her head,.
- And make her eye grow dim;
Tho weightiof years may bow her down,
'And -el64and still she'll have a charm,
& charm worth overy. J terl
If heart you have, thexqa - esolved,
she iiny childralrs
Lancasterville, D*'. 25; IS
A BEAUTIrUF Ue1
Amon the'11W son n
don we findabeautifuditi -Car
penter, music by Glovar,] foudd on 1h~thii
dentin "Delobey &Sbn,' Ebeirellte i
talks'to his sisterdloroiicif ft ii motiona
produced by -the sonnds of tie seae
What are ihoild -waves saying,
Sister, the whole day long,
That even amid their- playing
I hear but their lows'l6ng soTig:
Not by the sea side only
There it sounds wild and free
Bit at night, when 'tis dark and lonely,
*In-dreans it is still with mel
To which Florence replies:
Brother, I hear no singing:
Tie but the rolling wave,
Ever its l9ne course winging,
Over sbme'ean cave.
'Tie but the noise of ivater,
Darling, against tho-shore,
And thewiad from some bleak quartor,
Mingling with its roar.
Florence and Pauk
No! it is something greater,
That speaks to Lhe heart alone
Thevoico of the eat Creator
Speaks in that mighty toine.
GALLANTRY 'NOT ALWAYs APRtcIATED.
-Our people seem to have a decided pench
ant for the amusement of kissing. Some four
years agojust prior to the presidential can
vass, we had frequent accounts of the Clay
kissing at Philadelphia and elsewhere, and
recently "Old Zack" has been smacking the
ladies of Louisville. These gentlemen cn.
joy a monopoly in this respect, and very justly
too, if we may be permitted an opinion on so
delicate a point. A kiss is no -triflinggratiui
ty-and one must win his way to its posses.
- mien,either through the excercise of an elu
,quent tongue, or claim it as the trophy of a
conquering sword. "At times, howvever, the
doctrines .of Fourier and-Proudhomme gain
the ascendancy, and some begin to think the
favour common property. Suchi, doubtless,
was the o idion of the gentleman in State
street ~ 'tis morning threw his arms
arpund '- lady's neck and ~ invaded the
- sanctity ofiber lips. As was to be expected
~ ~. . - she screamed,,when her husband, who but a
.~ moment before had left her side, came up and
the gentlemen put out, in no time. Tehus
hand gave chaise, and .catching- the poacher
on ope of the ,wharves, administered to his ar-~
dent tasts a vty coolinj chastisement. The
poor fellowv begged off most earnestly, and on
the interference of bystanuders the punishment
was stayed.-Ece. News.
KISSING WITH .A Wi LL.--Theou~nis.
ville Journal, in its accudunt of-the recep.
tion by Gen. Taylor of the Jadies at the
Gait House, says: - -
"Many of them o.Qe-red their bright and
heautiful lips, and receivedqlheariy kias.
es as lips couldl possiibly desfre. Some of
the jealons young gentlemen thought that
the old chieflauin, insteadl of kissing us a
moe matter of form, kissed with a very
decide appetite. Whatever he does lie does
with a will.
,.uarIous PARTICULARs IN RELATION TO
MARRIAGE.-The intervention of a priest
or rather ecclesiastical functionary was
not deemed ind~ispensale to a marriage,
until the counail of'Trent in 1400. The
celebrated decree passed in that session,
interdioted any marriage olherwise than
in the presencoofthe priest and of at least
twb witnesses. But before the time of
Pope Innocent iii (1148) there was no sold
emniz~ation of marriageo in the church, Gut
the bridegroom enmo to the brideo's house,
and led her home to his owvn, which waus
all the ceremony then used. Bans wvera
first directed to he published by Canon
Walter in the yoaur 1200.
N. P. Willis advocates all of the eie
meats of dancing except" friction.'' On
that he is severe, aind under it conedmns
the Polka. Hear him:
"The Polka, as all who have seen it
know, isa (lance in wvhich a genllemani
and~ lady vigorously r'ub themselves to.
gether, to lively music an amusement
wvhich (unless they a re cert ain 'to go otr
as matches) wve have in vain endeavored
to acacommodlata to our hitherto accommo.
dating sense of prmpriety."
There are six printers in the Ohio Leg.
iblature.. One of' them is speaker.
O-hVae 1:t -
To'give oieida tso teircistom and'the
few loading aiticles as it wold be ii osible in
ate all the varieties embracedin thoi general ia
GoodiB w uega rd, at 9and 10 e
Crashed Loaf do. 1 -2
Negro. eres, ,and 1
18 and 2
iBrown Hiomespuns, aya dand a qui
Do. , ':do-. ,-34, .8, and 4
800 pairs women' sh at 50 cenitA
20 do. Linen cambric. anderchie
Witlian endless variety of Mis laneous Gi
an opportunity of showing to their ustomers,
purchasers will find it unn.cessary ! leave this
New Goods Rec d,
A general assortment of Dry Good' Grocer.
lee, Hardware and Cutlery, Crocery, Sad
diery, Hats and Caps, Boots and -Sboes, &c,
which will be-sold low for cash bj4/
L. B. IANKS.
Of all descriptions and sizes, 'from Tom
Thumb up to W6 Kentulnk Giannt
- .B. HRANKS.
1000 LBS NO. CA. BACON,
S Keg Gohen Butter.
L B. TIANKS.
Nol. . 1tf
-s; Fine chewing-Tobacco.
L. B. IIANKS.
AFrish assortment-ofjoadies' white, cold.
and black Kid Gl4vss,IWiit. and black silk
do. Ladies White Kid shoe,.Bronred and cold
do,; - Gente blk and coldkid Gloves, Buck do.
Berlin - do. -lined. with. Buck skini Also, a
beautifnl asortment.of gents fancy and blk
Cravats; Suspenders, &c. &c.
20 doz London Porter,
20 " Madeira Wine, fine article.
L.1 . ,HANKS.
YoUNG DYSON TEA,
Just received, in 1-4, 1-2 and potind papei-s,
(lead-foil], anjfor sale by
GIN MAKING &Q,
We are prepared to execute orders to any
ontent in the abovo lino, both for :.ew-ork
and repairs. Our Gins are not surpassed b
-any made in tia Ste; .possesing all the ad
vantages of thd Falling Breast and Bliding
Ribs, which saves a great deal in way. of re
pairs. We also use the Steel Plate Saws,
with teeth set in an angle that cannot-possibly
injure the finest staple, with an improvment
to regulate the moting of the cotton; our brush
isconstructed on a plan, giving at once, the
advautages.of lightness, strength and force
all very material in the successful operation
of a Gin. We would invite planters to call
at our shop, and examine for themselves,
whilst we-would assuro the public generally,
that tIey ~shall have no cause to -complalm
eitherof our work or'prices.
We are .also prepared :to do walomk in the
Cabinet line-such as Bedsteddls. Wardrobes
*Safes, Book cases, Stands, Tables, Cupboards,
&c. &c. at short notice, on liberal terms.
- HUDSON & BROTHE R
Oppsite thee Preslyterian church.
Stuntervilog A pril-22, 1847.W 2(ty
*- Executor's Notice,
All persons indphbtedl to the Eatatn of Thos
Braicey, of Sumtgr District, deceased, ary
uquestedl to mak&epaymient; and all persons'
having.claimns agamnst the same are called
upon to present their accounts, properly at
ted, to E~. M. Anderson, Esq., Sumterville.
J. P. WVATIES, Qual~ied Ex'or.
Jan 20,1849. 13 * ,3m
STesubscriber, hamvinir taken, the corner
Store, (known as McLeans) would, most
resp~ectfully, acquaint his old Friends, and
time Public at large, that lhe will at -all times
take pleasure to accomnmodate thiem, in Cut
ting and Making up Garments, in the mostt
Fashionable and substantial manner.
ie will keep constantly on hianud a fresh
and seasonable assortment, of outfitting, of t
the latest and umost app~lrovediu Faishionis, and t,
hopes, b~y punctuality and his desire to please
all, he merit a continuance of their Patron
age and confidence.
D. J. WINN.
Jan. 15, 1810, 12 tf
FIESII GARDMI SEED.
INCLUDING BEA NS, PEAS, AND ON
The above seed are fi om thme Nurser or
l)avid Landreth, near Philadelphia, and are c
wvarranted to be fresh and genuinie.a
Fine Segars and Toubacco.
For sale at the Old D~rug Store,
SIGN OF THiE GO LDEN MORTAR.
CLARK'S HOTEL, '
SUIMT ERVNL LE, S. CAROLINA.
Thn subcriber would respectfully inform
his friends andl the public generally that lie
has opened for their accommuodation a House
of Entertainment in this p~lace. lie solicits
a share of public patronage, andl promises to
spare no pains in order to merit and secure 2
tho same. Hie would further add, that the
ocation of his House is such, as ent irely sub
serves both business and qu iet. A trial is all
WEJBB CLARK. iE
Jan, 8, 1849. 11 tf as
CASHIMERIES AND ALPACCAS. c
Bllack and Fancy patterns; Monmselin D'- bl
Lnin.., &c I, T. 1 ANAICSi
a a moinM itng 9
public 'of-t t-heir QNE willi in i
the space! ofarradgetsmn to r
sortment:= 4 on.
yards toite ola
re, at1212ctt a piiece.
ads -which, theytkeepand wo)4.uldI
feeling well assured that upo n
and go to any o .thernaRketto by cea
Office foutth door wil a ni
yards storte Dola
May 17,11848. l
ir i 0 menlle 5. E.
JOSEPH B I ERA%
ATTVORNEY AT LAW.):
.road-street, Cnm en
Attends the Courts of
Gancaster and Fairfield Districh .
EDWARD -80 LO-ON
Oic Itwo doors 'Norik of heCou rtids .
3. .E W tD E p
SUMTERVILLE, IS C.
o . .will adiinister th . Chloroform in
Burgical nd'Dental Operation, ireqirede
Ja 17 1848. .2 y
1-trtte 0 0. t
oAtd hre Coeyts ppy , se
crmaer friends. and cisto
&c. which th ey 'wilt Bell lfr
to punictual -cusiolmers, a. thycnbehdi
JOHN E. BROWN,''-_
G. W. LEE,
.TA.E WLTE, .C
W. ..2L ME.
to0 usels cuon or s t ane hay i
Suinterville. Jan. 1. 1640,. P M SE
ioin, JFlnTeom, c.; a fresh supl OfItlan
Violi and Gitr s trinyha. AsoB-dg,
A50 prbuadses corn o V sol
L. B. HIANKS
Oheaper thasa Bread?
Thle subscriber having just returned from
Charleston, takes pleasure in informing thode
who have so liberally patronized him, and all
hose who may, that having made. arrange.
nents with New York and Charleston agents,
o receive a daily supply of Oysters, Fish, all
EJamne in season, together with our home
narket, flatters himself that he will serve up
ho above varieties of the season in as good
tyle as any Restaurant in the Union.
City ad country orders
iromqlly attended to.
JA8. C. McKENNA.
7etter knaown as A AC.
Camden,8S. C. Dec. 13, 7 8m
Just received a fine assortment of curl..
map1jle and fancy sitting and Rocking chairs,
ane and wood seats; together with a fine
ssortmnent of Furniture, such as
Sof'as, Book Cases,
vWardrobes, Bed-steads, Fancy
and Plaim Dressin Bureaus,
'or sale cheap for cash or good paper.
J. F. SUTHERLAND.
Camden, Jan 10, 1848. 11 tf~
E, FULLINGS & CO.
Lnd Dealers in Hats, caps,
Trunks, &c.; 1 door below
I. D. Mordecai's,
Co - UM DI A , 5 . C .
.F. & Co. keep constantly on handa large
msortmnt of Gentlemen a and' servants'
lothin~g of every description,, anti 'a e
'armnents to meaaure in the most Faalidn.
e style, at thashortost noticy,
theltaidto th 8lt'f0
talrrt t al onobe
wthhi 1 J
Al~t~ Id do t00,i
tor as aforesaid, as Wvela all la
the otherdithisof ei
-Bairrows doje er'bofor . iM~iAblei &
associate ids *theidaid 8sWaaCourt
bE Coinven ?easibe bole ,atWiliainsk .
bur Cap ir 6Vaseandrort istof f
Wifliainebbih thethird:M6 inftr he
fouirth4fondy in IMarch 'iext t NMben S
if asy theylin ,h thesaIdwiintro
-sho n bentlad t the'"i'0r
'~thnsdtinwhich d1a0 g a e
ties6a Aid Wnmg3 ill begai5Id-:feybp
bm-eset orhiacI ditorg.n& I
Of66l d f " bomn en
't, di'' i
'STAIT OP SOIJTII d*,OLINa, b
J Eli Geg n'a ~ sp~t~
pro'i bene the
om taih Biyd(i lisdoE Zi. Q
al tAsemblyd aOFd.I'
to appear at the8ourt of itnon Pld t
be-hlen at Parlingtoun ~rtiouue. fot
of n~ib boW ay
;%itricwt o Ahigto, Whid.Mj6 r e
in Jnah nxt at show ause,' -f any they
can,y 'the Mad tis a
John Al Mason ehiould iiotibe a'esignad-Ed, ti
he be discharged according to the p ovisions 9
lerk B -4 Ilk Clerk.
11wa, , .
Blacksinitlis, Carpenter's 'and:
Tanes Tools,' Mill Irons:
Also, Groceries Paits nd, '
P.vo Stfs Ese
,and Whal O,.
NO.1 MERCHANTS' ROW,'
-COLUMSIA, 5 C.
Oct. 4 .49t- 6
vm 4 e U0 C e
lispectfully inform their pustomers a Suid
ter and the public. generally, that the ala
received their Fal 1 nd Winter tkfvI
Goods, consisting of- 'c
FOREIGN AND JIOMEsTIC GOODs,
Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery,
Crockery, Boots,- Shoes nd
Bonnets?' Hats 'and Caps,
Baggp nRepr, and
SADDLES, r bLNS, C *4;
And everyoather-artiole..usuallyekept, intheir
line of business; all of which pr fibred for
sale at their sulowrirs.ienleto
call atti thec
Opposite the Cap den Bank, Camdme*rd1
Camdlen, S9uth. i;n
Of veryu agreiggyt~1UnaI I
similar goods, mantdatflroina th u tle
*f J J. A
nNly i It