Yir blmnew with a pacslonase
-sp. d their treasures of crim.
Sbright waters, waft. In.
eing in Oerany andI gong,
' Slie unt
ii, dwell in Its bowers,
e6AO i South, and I'll build thee a
tWilil never intrusively come!
* P lpa, tho Myrtle and Pine
taif rauge, and ruby - geuuned
iby dwelling and shade
.. ie-keep amoreus tune,
gut f fountalpme .wel'Tit an
Wez us, so sorrows to grieve-.
Oetothe:.South, 'tin the horme of the
It. own, can doep passlon impart,
teofa Summer Is felt hi the sou
ever 4i" fervent centrol.
thy beauty mocit brilliantly
away1'ik sorme delleae
f h heart shonid realIsed be,
7 bei'ut land seem an Eden to three.
O! comte to the South
shrine of the Sun
And dwell In its bowers,
Oh God, the power and will
... to othern as I still
ould they should do-to m
mz a consecience face from guile;
cie on eartly,thiingo to smile;
d 'tiQn ny heart to Thse.
at that heart's most secret
-no false account I bring
F ril-all Thou doott know;
h ieeknowt my being, ai and end;
A fhotl wilt mercy show.
..: O erred, 0 Lord, forgive;
ubeen right. grant while Ilive
t pth uMay stay.
Wienpirr worldly pride,
old:Jure my wand'ring steps aside,
t'o.rect my way,
rNom1 Parzu Soz.-All
X -Asware that the handsome
c. of '4500 has been offered by a
lfished patriot 'and financier,
- to 'prov6ke some redeem
. "In bealf of etir common
' id her suffering reputation,
arih of patriotic rhymers.
.%as coniecrated its genius to
-of" love,-rdurdier; politics,
ders, and Mr. Jet vis'
n ; but with ocoasional ex
jobhn whioh "Coluinbia"---"the
- ro ted banner"-"the asure
figh," &d., have "been hon.
iro," Tankee Doodle
- rcflyet that" genius
Ieroie, Th'e'epic, the lyrie,
#u yt tgelse of the jigigorder
S)teep. the Atlant-ic, and the Pacif-ic,
Y '60, we rejoice in the
e~h tboe patriotic muse has
Shatdes of Milton and
Paradise Lost was rewarded
E *~t2 sterling, and the Raven with
'Iegr)y. tepi dollars. Had ye lived
dr~~lsh In our day, Paradise might
nv3w Regained, and the Raven
p~r ak "Noyerm ore."
Aare glad to find genius aroused,
~~&P4ilege of introducing the first aspir
-public'notkee. lie informs us
pf nie nino of the Muses,
~ &ey all refuse to -furnish the gfa
Me olyk aeire "donsideraition" of dol
di N and went off in high
udon 'kicking up their heels in a
A h~ nal to an Ellsler or
sn' respectable sisterhood
f ladlf their best estate.
~P~W~44~ 6'abstains from scandal,
~4~* i~4 o made his appeal in another
na'~rttwhichshall be nameless, with
<t&flowing result as an initial stanm
le7&i says, if the specimen is ap
.od hehre is more left of the same
fk's.r fist line, it occurs to uts,
6.lve heard before, but n'imporee:
- fl~lumliia, happy land !
- tirifty aeule, with plstic hand,
F<17join humbug coin piastres! '
rej ebtbakaiee sarong and free from.faults,
~- ~T~~sthpeco in-their vault.,)
of ahnpaner !"
? Baltimore Sun.
~r cason's only brother is the
shdengineer in Sweden.
T~l~lto y completed a massive and
xfcentluice or lock of marble,
neshefresh water harbor
n rd of Stookholmn with salt
w ron the other, and rs now en
M4't tho Emperor 'of Russia, in
~liia canal to connect the interior
il oe~ 1finiend with the Baltie. Si)
4/ ~ g ae themiatural obstructions that
r a yet ventured this lat
~ ~ king. 'The house in which
~ 't*brothers were born has been
d'by~tfoSivedi sh government
; evit6n as a pulemonu
*hpIyt.-.Always strive to
hibeautiful, even it it is a
oan; batisachild of
'~~.if~i~Iograph of Heaven.
- i cberish it in every star,
~4~ I#~ y owwr1 isi every face, in every
ever : rpplnIll, in every
g~i.~ nd thank God for its existence
4fth'I~tifetist your eyes upon it
- hf~b~ -ufind it; for it' improves -
'~ frits contemplation, and
asperities of mran's sordid1
~Fp RbLLs.-Make a light
ol bttree-fou rths of
'- ~ red your fruit on,
if! f~i~ byrolling it up,1
~t% II;"gigase your
recipefor rendering boots anId "ioea
water-proof, which The Editoi says he
tried with perfect success:
'Take one pint of boiled linseed
oil, two ounces of beeswax, two oun
ces of spirits of turpentine, and two
ounces of burgundy pitch, Let them
be carefully melted over a slow
fire. With this mixture new shoes
and boots are to be rubbed in tlie
sun, or at a little distance from the
fire, with a sponge or brush. This
operation should be repeated with
out wearing ther as often. as they
become dry,' untii they are fully sat
urated, which will require four or
five times brushing; by this the leath
er beaelnes iwpervious to water. The
boot or shoe., thus prepared lasts
much longer than common leather;
it acquires such a pliability and soft
nose that it will never shrivel, nor
grow hard, and in that state is the
most effectual preventive against
colds, &e. It is necessary to re
mark that shoe. and boots thus
prepared ought not to be worn until
they become perfectly dry and elast
ic; as in the contrary case the leath
er will become too soft, arid wear
out much sooner than it -other
MATanIAL ron BUILDING HotuS
s.-The Scientific American, in an
article on the- cost of materials for
building houses, says that a house
near Fishkill has been constructed,
the walls of which are prepare(]
gravel. Walls two hundred and
fifty-six feet in circumference, and
eleven feet four inches high, cost
$79 to put up, and this amounts to
as many feet as are embraced in a
house forty-five feet long twenty
Gve feet wide and twenty-one feet
high-two stories and a half. The
materials of which the walls are
made, are compounded of oight bush
els of slacked fime, sixteen bushels of
sand, and about sixty bushels of
fine and coarse gravel. This wall
had stood summer heats and win
ter fro3ts, and is getting harder and
better every day. When stone,
wood and briek are high, this is con
sidered a very econonical material,
espeeially fbr the construction of cot
tages around the neighborhood of
a large city.
Bru. BNARD AND uIs CASTLE.
The ruins of the Chateau de la Veri
er, on the banks of the Erdre, in the
department of the Loire Inferieure,
are -according to the tradition of
e hero of the well known nursery
tale. The, formidable personage,
who i~s not altogether a creature of
fancy, was Giles de Bfotg, who lived
in the reign of Charles VIL, and
was a vessal of John Duke of Bre
tangs. He was tried at Nantes on
suspicion of having destroyed a numn
her of children, who had been seen
to enter the eastl, and were never
heard of afterwards.~ The bodies of
several wore afterwards found, he
ha'ving caused them to he put to
death to make use of their blood in
writing charms and forming incanta
tions to rise infernal spirits, by whose
means he believed, according to the
horrid superstitions of the times, that
hurried treasures would be revealed
On his trial, ho confessed the most
horrid acts of atrocity, and was sen
tenced to be burned alive; but the
duke caused him to be strangled be
fore ho was tied to the stake. T1he
execution took place December- 25th,
1840, and a dletailcd account of it is
still preserved in the archives of Nan
The oyster beds from which the
principal supply of the London ma
ket is procur-ed, arec those of Whiitsta
ble, Rochester, Milton, CJolc-hester,
Buirnham, Feversham, and Queen
borough; all artificial beds, fur-niish
ing native. When the spawrn of the
oyster are first shed, they r-ise in
very small bubbles, like oil or gre0,
to the top of thc water, float on the
surface, and arc moved to and fro,
till, by the air and sun, they ar-e
brought to maturity, and the shell
formed, when they sink by their na
taral gravity, and always remain at
the place where they fall.
Florists will be pleased. to lean that
wvhat was hitherto a floral imnpossi.
bility, is said to hav'e been accom
plished at last. The "August Rose,"
i new aspirant to their favor-, claims
o be a double yellow fr-agr-ant elim.
>er. It is dlescrihed as rosemubling
~ho Lamarque somewhat in alppear.
tnce, but it is a more vigorouls grow
nr, leaves much larger, mor-o rnuddy
tnd dar-k in hue, very glossy and
landsome; roses very lai-ge and very
louble, arnd in color pure yellow;
n~uch deeper than Devoneisis, and
he Rose quite twice as lar-ge as Le
EPactole; but shaped like Lamarquie,
)ut is larger, and the flower, when
ixpanded is much larger, it is pe
'octly Tea scented as fragr-ant as
Decvoinesis, and more fragrant than
my other variety known. Its foli
tge is superb; it is a reobar-kable clim
mor, bloomning~ very freely, in clasters
>f odd numbers-generally from one
o Eveo t fa ' h1igh'a anlev~' rt5
n4 i ingly beautiful.
ge ~ ~ to ,0mn
the othei'day; b iM Sve agl~fi to
9ood to.b lost. 1 411114. thfata lI
old fe.low who use to livnin tha neigh
borhood of Natchez, Mississippi,"used
to keep a carriage and a pair of horses
for his daughters' exclusive benefit, and
as a matter of course, the young ladies
used to make good use of themi; scarce
ly a day passed over their heads that
did not find them goingor coming frotn
.Natchez. The old mnan, in the mlan
tuner You tnust recollect was very close
in matters of money. The horses be
gatn to look thin-so thin that one
would have supposed that their only
provender was barrel hoops, shavings,
or something similar. One day the
old gentleman was standiug in front
of one of the principal hotels in Natch
ez, w0hen.his carriage rolled past, and
his horses were made the subject of'
conversation. -The old gentleman said
he could not account for their being so
poor, he was sure that he-had done all
in his power to make them look de
cent, and had tried almost everything,
but the confounded horses never would
Meester," said a raw Irishman, giv
ing the old gentleman a quizzical leer,
as he continued, 'Did ye iver thry cori?'
SAv Youa EARinIss.--The prae
tice which appren tices, clerks, and oth
ers have, of spending their carrnings as
fast as they accumulate, is one great
reason why so many never attain a
position above ivdiocrity in life. A
person who receives but a small com
pensation for his services, will, with a
little care over his exchequer, and a
system of regularity in his expendi
tures, find that at the end of the year
he is prepared to encouiter any enter
goney or nishap. But, as a general
thing, they manaige to get rid of their
earnings quite as quick as they are
due, thus leaving them wholly impre
pared fOr emergencies, by sickness or
otherwise. zA system of curtailing un
ne0cessary expense, if adopted by our
younger folks, would bring around the
most happy and gratifying results. and
be the means of raising to eminence
and standing in society, many who
now have contracted the habit of part
ing with their earnings so readily and
foolishly-for the habit of ke'eping
continually in debt, begets :ndif'erence
and dissipation, a lack ofself-respect,
and ai utter disregard for future pros
pects. The real cause for a great deal
of crime may be traced to the habit of
a foolish expenditure of money in ear
lier d ays.-Alhany Tranusript.
LAND WARRANTs. -Thompson's
N. Y. Reporter says of Land War
idl . *
ance. I .1 a 0est es, a p b
ty that Congess may yet do some
thing with the Public Landa 'that
will effect the price 'of Land War
Bu ying Selling 160 acre Warrants,
9152 $166 80 acre Warrants, 84
86 40 acre Warrants, 43 1-2 44 1-2.
Tu'is BasT o11.4sE FOR iRoN x.E.
After a trial of all kinds of reci i
mended grease, to prevent frict ion hut ht
oin machinery and the iron ax lesi of
our lumber wagrons, we decide in fa-.
vior of a simpjle miiui- ofi~c~ hitg's hord,
wheat flour and black head. Alel t the.
other iigredienits aii equial wveighit, un-i
tii the miixtuore is brought, to t he con*
sstey of ordinary paste.--withi
utraisiig the heat near the b ti
ing poinut. Tlry it, in order to be sat
isfied (of its utilit v.
Pmiin-AimiuriwrA liuxs.-Ta'mke a Ipoiimdt
of four, thle rinids oif three leimoiis grra
ted fine, a hrlf pound of butter itel t ed
ini ai cotffee-eu p of creami, ai teaspoonfultIiiI
of ye.ast, atil three eggs. Mi'x; a iil half
a pounod of finely-powdered wit e sugar
work wellI, let it stand to rise wellI. and
it, will make 39! buns.
Duor' C~As.--One quart of miilk,
Iarge tea-spooinii ofitSaleratus d isol ed
ini a eup if erenil; to whlich still in flour
very simoothily uiitil a thick batter -
T[hen dipi your sfpion in miilk anud withI
it plire yoii batter at short ditunees1
iii a lbut tered pani. Veryv dreue mad
en t irely of' creani, eitiher wilh I otr with..
CI':x-r To Mfsi J'ie inEx A s-i
Gr..us Wanms--This cemient sohld about
thle comiuntry as a great secret, is nothI
i *g mour'' imi sh-llae miielted and
draw 2iVu tut intoi stieks. I lent the ari.
(lhi a little above bling i wa~ter heat.
and~ apply a thini c(at iiig oni l bith smur..
acsift lhe broken vessel, and whlen
cold it will be as stroiug as it. was oiig
A Wetr edto thusus upi
the poeniliarimties of a cointemipora ry:
lie is too lazy to carn a meal andu
too mean to enijoy one, ie never was
geeus but once, andi that was
wvhenl'i gave the itch to an appieni
tiee ho9 So much for his good ness of
heart! Of his industry, lie says the
pubic may judge, when he states that
the only time lie worked was the dayt
that he mistook castor oil for honey.
How~ leasanit is a love lv thling a
litt le omit of' season-a rosebiad in win.
tir, the instaince, or a kiss in churIb
wheni the deaconi's ey o, are "cdosed ini
piayer-." Stolen apples don't begin
Boo-rn .AND Soes --Thie leat her dlen
lers arec thme most active ini buiness, iii
New Yiork, at pr(eent. All ilnseip
urins oif goods have adlvancued since the
.fall 7 1-2 a 10 per cent., wvhile stocks
arc very light. The market for upper
an~d sole leather has still an upward
Diitiit of p1si!i
-AiitO i I' tilt ~ d
- . OREAT URE FOR
DR. J. SHOUCHTON'S
O, GASTRIC JUICE.
Prepared from nrKT, or the fourth Stomach
of the Ox, after.directions of Ilaron Liebig, the
great Physioloticul Chemist, by J. S. Hotsuit.
TON, M. D., P iladuelphia. Pa.
This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, Jammdice, Liver Complaint,
Constipation, III Debility, Curing after Na.
ture's own methiod,by Natures's own Agent, the
Eg" Half a teaspoonful of Pepsin, infused
in water, will digest or dissolve, Five Pounds
of RIst Bcef, in about two hours, out of the
Pe sin is tihe chief element, or Great Digest
ing I rineiple of the Gastric Juice-the Solvent
of the Food, time Purifying, Preserving, a: d
Stimulating Agent of the Stomach and lutes
tines. It is extracted from the Digestive Stout
aclh of the Or, thius forming an artificial Diges.
tive Fluid. prceisiely like thu natural Gastric
Juice In its Chmivical powers, and furnishing a
Complete and Perfect Suistitute for it. -By the
aid of this preparation, the painn and svils o,
Indigestion and Dyspelssua are retnoved , just as
they would lie ify I. healthy Stomach. . It is do'
ing wonders for Dyspeptics, curing cases of Da
bility, Emaciation, Nervous Decline, and Dys
peptc Consuumption, supposed to he on the verge
of til grave. The Scientific Evidence upon
which it is based, is in the higlcst degree Curi
ous and Remarkable.
Baran Liebg in his celebrated work on Ani
mal Chemistry, says: " An artificial Digestive
Fluid, analogous to the-Gastrie Juice, may be
readily prepared from Ite mnumcotus membrane of
the stonaolt of the C:tlf, in which various arti
cles of food, ns nieat and eggs, will be softened,
chanmged and digested, just in the same mInanner
as they wothl lbe int thle lutmnant btomach.'
Dr. Cumbe, in htis valuable writings on tho
Phypiology of Digetion," oberves that " a
dimuinition of the due qluantity of the Gastric
Jttice is a promninent and all-prevailing cautise of
Dyspepsia;" and be states tht " a dittinguiled
professor of mntedine in .ondon, who was se
verely aolieted with this complaint, finding
every thing else to fid, had r.:courso to tihe
Gastric Jttice, obtainied from the stomnchs of
living Mitnals, which proved completely suc
Profinsor Dunglison, of tie JefTerson College
Philadelphia, in his great work ot; Intimn Pty
siology, devotes mnore thati fifty pages to an ex
atination of this iubject. IIs exeriments
with Dr. Beautmo nt. o: the Gastric Juice ob
taitned from the living Jinman stontach, and
front imitals, are iveli knowmm. "lt eases."
ie says, " digestnon otccurred as perfectly in the
artificial as in te nattiur digestions."
Dr.Johr: W. Draper, Prok-or of Chettistry,
in the Medical ollege of tie ttniversity of
New York, in his "' Text Hook of Clenmistry,"
page 3Mb, says, " It lots beent a cquestion W t
th r artitini digetionl culd Ie performed-but
illy adtiltted that it may be."
sta tdard work ott P1hysiology,
brary of every phys-ician, and
Btok itt all to Colleges, is
vimuilar to theo above, re
)able !Digestiye joiverof Pep
S tha: it uay - tlily sapara-~
ich of tLe calf Iw 01s dsM
forL t' ~Ir - , u -n or' as
remedy for dise s ofthe Stomach, antl defi
eient secretion tit Gastric Juice.' 19
23;/ Caull on the A get antd get a descrilhive
Ciculnr, gratis pivmtg a large atmunt of Sci
enttifie li tidence j imilamr to the ablove, together
wvith Reports of lictinarkablle Cures, fron ull
parts of thte Untited Sttates.
AS A DI) Sl'MUrslAC l R,
Dr. Ilottght on'.s PErstN has producetd the
most mattrvellIons effects, itt curing: cases of Do
pteptme Conmstttmpont. It is impibt,.ifle to give
the tdetails of cars int tile Iilnts of this adiver
tis~eent; hb utu ti tited tertiticates ha~ve
beett civenm of nt rI i han T1u o liltundred ittemrk
aible Iture', Jtn lebtelphiia, .nw York, atnd
Ilo.-tton tlone. fTee were nearliy all deusperto
calses,antd the emes wetre not only rapid and
It is it great .\ rsis mti-h'te, and! pirticmtlar
ly u~eitul ir 'ent'ecy tu linions. diorder, Liver
Comlainhutt. Fevetr antA -..;u, t i thme fEil efe'tsi
ofI Qintninet, 3lereury, tu oti hetfr drugp itjum thme
I iiptmve Ur!sonl, :.t!Or at lo.. sicktn'..*. Al--,
f lorit~ exe I mi .o! . ii rl i ll t fre: Et olf ar
itomuLIc til Cl.iti tOllAN S
whtich! it del twnit ralt :i retioe t
leme t. Notlt ma l rhw bad tfty mutay he, it gives
anstat rtib!|! A minm Ilo'e remtoers all 1/me
unplea0111.Iantj fjoam ; anmd it tonly needs to he
retld~l fir a1 hit timte tio mtthse theste ,oudl
effects pe2rnatiit. I'riof lltdiuie I ane zigor
m9/ Jltliy tolltn it Itt . It , ittpaticumltr excel
letnt itt cae of N aumsen. V'otmititng, CrampsI,
bSormness of th it.;it of th Stotmatch, distress after
L mw nos of S~pi rits, I espoitdency, l~i maatin
R entktess, tendenetri to tistanity, snmicide, &..
Dr. I loughtoii.'s J'ipsin, is isold by nearly atll
thme dealers int lu.e drmgsatntd Popular Medifcintes,
thiroughou.tt th ft'n*zitedl States. it is jsrepamred int
P'owder tum itt Fluiid folrmt-antd itt I reseriptioni
vials for the uise of Phiiai~ns.
P'mivato 4 ircuir0 tor thme tue of Phiysirinnms,
nmty be obitined If Dr. I llughitont or his .igents,
i...erihmtli tihl imholefprocess of pmrepar attiont, andii
gis inmg the auth .nties upn which time ecimtts of
t.his nEwr reeV are batsedi. As it is not a steret
renu lly, tillj- tfion can bmCtt e raitid agaminslt its
tse by Phlp icte-is itt respec table ttaditng amid
regi r prant ii-. l'rice, One Illor per bottle
Iy? tins :n,: -rt Es' !-lvery botttle of time
geninte PISSN bears time writttn signature of
J. s. i'litinj., M. 1)., somle P'ropfrietor, Phlil
adlphilia, P'a. Copy-rightt und TIrade Mark se
07'*Slild by, atll IDrttrists atnd Dealers itt
1I' ft* Itn Sut Ervmtillet'by
Decetmber 1f, 1:151. 8-ly.
Jewel.ry ! Jewelry !!
jiamg ju 1 reoe frmt ChIarlestoin,
the itubmcrtii htt- :heily om harntii, ntnd its
iiowi te t nug n neai~t :1tn!l well selected
ack. ,(C. TP. M ASON.
Nov. 15 h-5S- -t
[10J(2 I A'1RE! LOOK' HEREm!!
-tety ofl Dry (Ill, tnewt styles3 c-, C lt
.y andl lm Ch i W re, &c.',&.
Selintg tnt Clia:rle'ston pices.
Md. DRIUCKER CO.
Camtden, )e. Q1, I"52 8-tf
Butter, Lard, Bacon & Corn
PRIME Motuntaini fntter, (tn small Firkints)
dio. do. Leaf Lardl, do.
North Carolina Bacona,
do. ORN.1 OBT,- LATTA.
Muich 25, 1851 /4t
* <'ONS .DOOR WJASTOF A
THE stbsdribers iaving purchased thel
are now opient, a large, chuico, astid.wel Se
PERIFUllERY, dof ev"y-kfind
FANCY SOAPS, -
ThomSonai ad P
GARDEN )S1ED AN
AND A YAlT1ET- 'OF ARTICLES
09 A 'of which will be sold on reasona
WL7 All orders frotn the country rotmptly a
.Dn. W. JAS. DARAX.
Sumterville, J.nuary 11th, 114.
THOMAS J W(
OFFERS for sale, for ciia'h, or an amroved cred
and WELL SE iECTED assortment of EAST INDIA ]
Drugs and I
FRENCH, ENGLISH A ND A MER IC.
SIIRGICAL INSTRUIMENTS, PAINTS AD
TRUSSES, (ALL KINDS) VAIINISIHE
PESSARIES, " - DYE STUFI
DRUGGISTS LABELS, BRONZES,
" GLASS WARE, BRUSIIES,
PATENT IEDICINES, WiNDow Gi
TnobtPoNIAN MEDICINES, LAmP AND V
SnAEas' Hrilas & ROOTS, SoLAR, LAR
GARDEN SEEDS, SPIRIT GAS
COMPRISING THE STOCK OF A
Agent for the rm
PA TENT AND FAM M
April 6th, 1852.
CABINET WAREROOM. '
F. M. ANDREWS
TAKES this method ol
iniforminst the citizens of
Sumterville atd vicinity that
lie has opened in Sumierville, (Ipposite the new
Presbyterian Church, a CA1IFNET WARE
ROOM1, where he vill keep for salc, cheap, all
such furniture am comes under'this department
of his trade, which he will warrant of good
material ; aid will furnish fur tas, at Charles- I
ton prices, ill descriptions of Funitere mhele.
lmeairing executed at i.he shortest notice.
lulogany and plain Collins furnished with
out delay. L
Having proctired the services of 31r. C. W.
DAVIS, he is prepared to fornish Metallic Plates
engraved in any style.
All the subsriber asks is a fair trial, and
hopes by punctual attention to business and
easy terms, to merit public patronage. r
February 17, 1852. 17-ly I
Improved Cotton Gins.
Thankful for past favours the subscriber wish.
es to inform the pliblic that lie still manufac
tures Cotton Gills at his establisntent in State,
burg, on the msost improved and approved plan
which lie thinks that the cotton ginsned on 0ne
of those gins of the late improvement i worth
at least a quarter of I ceit more than the cot
ton ginned con 'tito. ordinary gin. He also manl
nilactures them on the most vhnpl-t construction, d
of the finest -firish Sind 6 the best materials ; to
teel -eilel Plated Ribs Case
lar4eItd- vtffirsheib ill sell for 2per
S- Irepair oId giri and rsii9 u 'ln-om-i
plete order at thaeshortest notice. Al orarsbr
Gins will he~ promptly and puncetually' attended2
to. WILl lAM ELLISON.
Stateburg, Sutmter [Dist, S. C. Feb 17, 26
Ar TilE OLD STAND OF~ s. & J. OILDEIST.
-'g S.&S. M. GILBERTp
constitnue theo CAi R1AGE
BUL.SINVE.N.S at thet asbote
s.tan-No. 35 ansd 40t WVentworth-street,
Chleiston-where. they will 1be pleassed to
e:Chibit to their ol trienids nud customaers
a very extenssive Stock of Vehicles, conm
prisuig those of their own msanufacture,
together withi variosus other stylesi usually
foun~id in thi s ma rket. Th'leir long acquaint.
a ice with this tinarket a simanufnesttsrers
amii dhealers will ensable them to olTer greaht
imdutcmenuts t's purchs~ers hoth in .styles
Augtust 234, 1 852. 44-tf
Encourage Home Manufac
psatronaisie hsertetfore bestowedr upron
him, takes this msethodl of informing the isople
of Sumter andi the adjoiniinsgl)istricts, t t hle
still c'ontiunes to carry on the CA RiIIAGE and
IIARINESS .MA K ING business in all its vari
ons bsrunietbes, at his sand in llishIopville, s. C.
lie is mnakinig large wshitionss to his Estabilish-.
nment, so as to enale him to marnufactusre evecry
thinsg wansteds, in hsis line, at the shsortest nsotice,
asi in a style of wosrksmnsheip equal to any in
the Soutthern, States, ie ha~s in Ihis emiploy ex
pkeeed woirkmteun, anid is well supplhed wIths
the,. best se.rsnned timb ler ;also with Trinnnigs
andh Mluntinsgs osf the latest style.
All nsew work det ini his line will be war
rasssied 12 msonths anid nepairedl wt hoiut charge
if it fail ini that thime. lie will do repairing at
the shsortest nottee, anud in case any person livmig
at a dtistaniieo shosiuld waint repairing done, if they
wiill writo to that effect, lhe will senid for the
jobs, andI return it whlen done.
JAS. W. AMIBROSE.
N.Il.--hlis TErMs are as reasonable as any
prson ciold er pei.
i sho wille,, S. G., March 9, 1852. 20-ly
f1: 3 Black River Watchnman will copy Six
mnhs-l J. Ws. A.
The Corn Exchange,
Q By Thomasg|
Whlo keeps con~sstnly on hantd a lot of
DIOM ESTICS at the lowest rates. G RO..
CEIIES at Chla rlestoni prics for cash,
hiacois, l~ard, Ilhims. lutter and ai large .stp.
ply ofi ti h bst CkG;ARs antd TOBACCO
wischi lie will sell chseap~er Iat atty mser
chaent ins town, al.so just received 410 barrela
North Carohnia flotur.
Jan. 15th, 1)53 --y
For Wright's Bluff, M~ur
RtAV'S FERR~Y, AND) ALL
Ur~stosz master, wvill leave
C~ hnriestons as above, about
the 5th of October. For Frsoighet arrainge
ments apply io (Captains on Board, nr to
O'NE IL, ILL & KENNED)Y.
ST Wtchmn coy. Boyce's Wharf.
Sept 27, 1852. -49
Improved Endless Chain
All persons wishing the above Elevaters a ,
he supplied by the btshcrihr who is thegeit
for lb District of SnIrslt, 5;C S ~ - -*
SurqtrT 1~e~bra Isi.-6-,.~
E. of Dr. t. t
loctod stock of'
SAINTS AND OILS, __
WINDOW rLASS, .)
BRUSHES, of every kind
D FINE CIGARS
TOO TEDIOUS T. mmEqN
..R. V. JAS. DAROAN d&-.
)RKMAN M D.
I, AT THE I.OwUsT I!ARiT ' rits-, VL large
ItITERRANEAN and EURo-ZAh
IN- CH EMICALS OF ALL KINDS
[D OILS, SPICES,
.ASs NAIL AND TooTit-Basusft,
Ttcxvy CoMas AND HAIR BRUsUI
) AND SPEsRM OILS, FANoic SOARS,
&NO CAarilifRtE, &C. &C.
h every article
L DRUGGIST OR PHYSICIAN.
IL Y MEDICINES,
'hrough Fare f'om Charles
TON TO BALTIMORE $17.50;
TO PHILADELPHIA $10;
AND TO NEW-YORK $20.
[HE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FROM
CHARLESTON, S. C,
LEAVING the Wharf at the foot ot
.aurens-st. daily at 3, p. ir. after the
rrival nt the 6outhern cars, via WIL
INGTON, N. C., Irom which poit
wo daily trains are dispatched at 8 A. M.;
nd 2 P. M.; the 8 o'clock ontly cometling at
Veldon with the lines to Petersburg,
tichmond. Washngton, Baltimore, Phila
elphia, and New-York. The public is
espectfully informed that the steamers of
hese limes, are in first rate coidition, and
re navigated by well knowh atd ex.
erienced commatiders; the Itail Roads
re in fine order) (the Vilmington
nd Weldon. as wcli as the Seaboard
ud Iloanoke having recently beiet relaid
vilth heavy Trail) thereby securii-g both
afieLy atd detpinitch. By these mutes
assengers availing themselves of the
,IRE'T TRAIN imay reach Baltimore in
0 hours. Phaladlelpida in-. 45 hours,. and
;ew Yot in 04 1-2 lhourt; and by the
BCOND TRAIN they. arrive in IbI
imy M11 E..hoiura.LtIlaulelpheir itri
tote, 711d. e-Wrkti irf 110 huw, :
3. WINSLOW, Agent of theWilmni 16ui
mdl Raleigh Rail Road Compariy. at .the
flice of the~ Company, foot of Lhurens
treet, Charleston, 8. C., to whtoin Itlease
Ma.reh 23, 185~2. 22-V
The subhsenbers are now prepared mo of~
er the lowest ma~rket prices, a full as.
Ortment of superior VELVIETI T' APIS.
NNGRA iN, SCOTiCHI, VENIi1A N
V UTCHI AN/I LINEN CA RPET.~
inS new and choice deamins. Also
hie varions widths of PRtINTED) BA1ZEE
.r FLOOR CLOYI'lS; FLOOR ant
STAIR OIL CLOTilS, and CRUMIB
JLOI'lS. G 1 L TI and SI LVERINE
s I'AIR itOD an5;d CARPETINGS.
LIJ GS aind AATS, &c. ull of which have
ceen careful ly selected fronm the manu.
acturers in thle Amnericant anid Englishi
narkets, fby cute of the partners, and we
viil have themu cut, made, fitted and lit
as the miost work manlhke manner, and or
lie best terms. Wec most confidently in.
vite ;.ttentitn to our stock. Also,
We are ntow ptreparet in our curtain de.
artent to oiler the various styles Oi
UJU TIA LV I TUF.FS, in Silk worsted
Lm oit antd Co' on D~amasks, Ebnroideret
Lb-ice anmd c1lmn Cutrtaitns, Gimps;a, Loops
l'assels, Corniices, &c. Church TIriin.
vhich u e have nowv received anid they wil.
m~ miade, and putt up,. on the hest ternhs, iri
he iiost workmnan hko mtanner, anid uindet
ior own stupervisoun.
BRO\VNING &, LEAIAN,
Successors to C. & E. K EP RIsoN & Co.
Corner Kinig and M;arket Streets,
Chiarleslon, S. C.
Oct. 22, 1952 52-..t
llAVE appointe'd Mir. WV. 31. Greent
my Agont, to settle althe mantterso
eEstate of Johng .SleIoniald, late of thiit
)istrict. MA RY E. McDONALD.
ALL Person~s having demnands againsi
bec Estate of John Mclonald, will preset
wem lily attested. Those indebted wif
mako iimmediate paytnent to.
WI. 3M. GREEN, Agent.
Fe bruary 14, 1852, 17-tf
Webb Clark's Hotel,
SUMTERi~VILLE, S. C.,
, This IHotel is aituated in thme most
pleasant part of the ton~ n. The
-Proprietor will be plae to see
is friends and( the travelliing ptuhlY; prom.
singi to spare tno exertions on his part toi
oender thomn comfortable. Charges rea.
Jan 23 - 13 mf
Thte smubseribqr ha' made arrangements~ (el
mesmiaantifanre of frm Foon toFo FlPhoutstid
airsr of the above artiole by the. FA LL.. Fom
iference as to qual. he re
afe ~9uns who in be d~ d to tul;u
ito thosewho 5 ydi~ ~*a
nsly oupliei~~Ug q
Cent per bale
ME R: X0
IV" Our T'~b
Rates and a strictA0
'Jan. 6, 18%. ~ ~
SAIUEL . DUNN
ALay 21st, 1851.
W. A KENT&T
Clothing and u
E 8 T AR LB 1i
MASO 1.9 21
No. 268 Kingist
Wentworth, Cli 1eij
Purchasersa ill findtJi
and complete stock of, Nk
W. A. KENT.. -
. Stores 1
MIUSIC, D1USICA INsT
King street, Migzfofd e~~
WYHOLESALE UL i
NO. 20. IAYNBEW
Whatever concorns he ai
of a peopbs is at all times o u
importance. I take'li1w
p--rson will do slIin thi
of their cildren, and thatey~sm~l
tientor i remote theirwhtik
fices. -I feel it to he myiu
you that Wonuts, acc~ gl
causes of a lare majori1
children and a ults are' ''
appetito1 contintuily sehangai
of foto another, BadB
mach, Picking et the
ness of the 0ell, nr;cc ,S16 ~
WVoanss,& yotishould pton d tb
An article founded upot8r~~i
compounded with purely 'g~
being perfectly safe whten -aa~
given to the most tender Ciftt~ee
beneficial efret whereu
Dirhahave made thern
the Tonic propertiest of m
such, that at stands withoufaei4t I I ~~,
logue of medicines,- in
to the Stomach, whic e
remedy for those afficted wh~
astonishing cures performded by tl#lytT 1e
Physicians have failed, is the bt~idus ~'
superior eflicacy oyer all otherw?
Tiisthe most diflsi
ilthat infestthe hma
almost indefinite lengt h% be sg d
fastened to the Intestines aiid
the health so sady as to causet~its
Fis,&c tatthseafllocid seld1erv
snsp~ect that it is Tape Warmhaizarg ~ '
an early grave; In order to det
very energetie treafment 'm staaf'
would therefore be proper to lk $*#
Liver Pills so as to remove aji -jslra
the Worm Syrup may act directim
which must he taken i dloses of
fuls 3 times a day, these'direClns
have never been known to fallit J~nIIj
mort obstinate case of 7bpe ~Wc'Y
No part of the systepi is morlfotlZ
than the LIV El, it servig ~asrr.
fy the blood, or givigag the rpra
the bile ; so th~at any wydeng atd
effects the other lmportaant pa s o
and .results variqusly, in in l~~~(Q
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, &c. Welis~
watch every symptom that-rgi~~sd
wrong action of the Liver.4- r.4~ us
compbsed of Rloors and VL.AsTs
nature to heal the sick i Name~y v
the Puhuonary mucus memhrub o
the discharge of secretad mntter. ~ tl
ntaInAT tyr,j which chanei;f io'
ble and insensible manner 'th! de
action of the system. s~d4f -~
gIves tone and strength to tlie'e 'er
renewing healhh and vigor.t4. allt
body. 4th, A CATHTu5wrtopsf i
feet harmony with the otheiy4
operating on the -Bowvels, pj i.t
woemass of corrupt and vitIM 4
purifying the Blood, which demijj~t
restores health. '\~'
You will find these P aIti
eine in nmany complaints ~o~.
jet. In obustructions either to
have hbetn found ofinestimatbb}
theIr functional arrangeten
tion, purifying the bloud 'a
may arise from femal''
ache, giddhinesa, dl is
side, back, &c 1
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