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IN1 IMITATION OF "EXCELsIOI%.
The eyes of the dny was closing fas",
Wien thiough a Yankee village pass'd
A youth wh,) bore 'mid ice snow,
A baner with th)e word below,
The wonlering people i.therCLI ro-.d,
And kindly atk'd him wither houid,
For goill, for pleasure, or for fame ?
lie sniled,-and pointed to the name,
A sa;c %A ith long nnd silvery beard,
'ITe sound of hativ voices heard.
And rushed along th-e crowded street,
To ask him w bi'her slrayed his feet!
From off hi. brow he raiied his cap,
Tliey gar.d within by sudden hap,
At onie appeared in letters fair,
Distinct aud clearly written there.
The shinin;I mutons on his coat,
That bound it fast frut tuins to throat;
Along the edge wgre lettered round
With words, which gave the well-known
His hand enclasped a mattock belve,
Amid the sand and stones to delve,
And deeply burncd within the woot,
The dark and blackened letters stood,
'Stay, youth!' said one, with anxious mien,
"A fearful distatice lies betwcen,
Of time a dread ati weary i bile!"
lo only answered with a smile,
Again they !ooked-but distant far
His banner lighly waved in air;
While on tho sm.ooth erial track,
A straggling echo wander'd back.
Again he- passed a village by,
And still he held bis banner high,
1ut vanished with a tnerry sooud,
That floated like a mist around,
Anon he trod a noble prow,
That from the shore was floating now,
While parting sfiouts from all ou board,
in one triumphant plaudit roar'd
They touched the clime of golden sanad,
The~youth was first to tread the laud,
- 4nd shooting to-his fellows, said,
As waved the hanner o'er his head,
At last the ague and fever raged;
But still with fervor unassuaged,
Stretch'd on the grounl amid its-quakes,
. He shouted loud between the shakes,
Once more, his com&(de passing by,
The film of death was o'er his eye;
But,from.the sky o'ereast and dauk, -
A voice fell like a broken bank,
then -American xma.., e-nave us te
read several Essays respecting reclaim
itng waste or run out lands-all of which,1
inimy opinion, treat of tho same in a
very scientific manner-yel to me there
is one thing wanting-and that is the
- onE' thing needfual-viz. W hen you
-have poor worn-out land, and your
purse also in the same condition, how
to renovate both ?I As to the first, if
. you are stottt in the second, it is easy
. to get stimulants, such as Lime, Guano,
&c., and force the other on-but
wihen one is a t a distance froth and also
unable to buy these, &c., what is to be
done ? Now hterc is the question, and
Ianswer it by experience of many
yearr. First-'in the fall plough your
land as deep as possible, (no matter of
what-qualiiy youtr land is,) in narrow
- furrows, of not motdthan six inches at
the most, and k.y these ovet fr.om forty
five to sixty degrees, to remain in this
state all the wintcr. As. soon as the
season will admit, cross plough this
land astdeep) as before. (but not deep
er,) the'n sow touimp seed .or any
other seed of the same kind, which
h arrow in wi-th a very light harrow-as
soon as this seed. has sprouted and corn
. pletely covered the- ground. say fotur
inches ltigh, take a chain to your plough,
so that when you are ploughming these
leaves dowvn, the chtain may~ pull them
to the bottom of thte furroW. It munst
be re'mnnmber.:l th.-it evr ploht)!ing
must be crossing th:e otheur at rightt-an
gies, in a daty or two after thzis pl.ough
ing, sow thze satme with some other seeds,
,.say buckwvheat, atnd when in full leaf,
pl'ough it down likewise-thtis can be
done three or four times in thte stumnmer,
- and wheat will be found to grow well
after such a summer's dtessing. Yout
and tmany farm'ers I kn'owv will smile
whten I say, let your clods on your fall
wheat be as large as possible--but I
have found the advantage-they shelter
. 'tho grain, the snow covers half the land
behind them, etd as they freeze during
the frost in the night, the hteat of the
sun breaks them down into tinn soil,
and thus -tho whteat is prevented from
being thro-Wn out. In thd6 sp,ring then
. take the roller and snmoothle your land
if you have a light btarrowv to go after
-.the roller, you will finid it -to be of gieamt
service. 1 si e, when plotighing, it is
very. coimmon to go tound the fields,
progressing-from the fences to the cen
r. Now, itn my opinion, thtis is wrong
. -for instead'of saving time-you do
not-yotu'have to turn at every corner
of the field, and when you conic to the
*cetitre they are more than necessary,
nor catn you give yonr lands a comple te
*cross-ploulghinig wvhen this .system is. car
Iiied on. I will mak; no comment on
this,.as it is self-evidei; but take it in
breaks several rods broad,-apd go the
ft! lenght of the. hield, then you can
make a complete cross 'ploughing of the
field, otherwise you cannot.
There aro differnt ways of treating 8
the land in spring, fur the (iferent cropF,
-but one thing t anm certain of -the but
ter tie land is %%rdght, the better il:e.
chaince is for the farnWr to have a good P
clop, no matter what it is-for when
the land is completely pulverized, the E
weeds can be easier debtroyed, and the
earth itself letains mre moisture than '
when badly wroig ht and cloddy.
'There is another niatter I would re -,
conmnend to poor fairiers-inid, I
nan the purse, and not meAtal ability
-to pay attention to their birn yards
and soiling of their cattle. It is the
general c:iston to make their barn1 on
the side of a bank, and all the manure
fh om-the stable, &C., is thlown out up- V
on the ground that is made to incline
downward, so that when a rain comes all.
tie strength of the nmanure is run away
from the yard into a corner ofa field,
ind vven dlown a lane into a creek, &c.
Now the right way is ik) form thie barn
yaj d into a hollow, veiging to the cen
tre; this may run over in heavy rai,s,
yet the essence of the mantre will re
main in it, and when taken into the
lild sbould ba put into large sIire piles
by the dung forks from the wagon, but
never let the wagon go on the pile,
(when it will be comptetely rotton in
few days-it should iever be takeni
from these piles and spicad on the land I
but when it, can be ploughed in before i
it is dry,
Soiling oi feeding cattle on green crops,
duiing the heat of summer, is the most
advantageous systcm for a farmer that
cau be. To do t1is, plunt corn in
broadcast in warm situations, and as
soon'as- it is long enough, cut it and feed
your cattle of all kinds with it at nigit,
in the stables or sheds. Woik horses
should be soiled in the heat of summer,
and uutil the fall.-Flies, nor anything
else, will not be so tioublesome to them,
as when feeding- in the field, which
drives them to the shade in the middle
of the day. In Britain this system is
followed by all good farmers; but as corn
is not sown -there, clover, lucerne, and
vetches, are sown expressly for this pur
pose,-and why niy not this system be
followed in this country? Let any far,
mer try it for one summer, and he wi;l
see its advantage in keeping all kinds
of cattle, in. better condition, making a
a large quantity bf excellent manures,
which otherwise vuld have bien 'com
*hye6ost,-and lastly,: but'nt'e
man mentions the fact that in boring the
Artesian Wells in Paris, the temp1era
tore of the earth increased at the rate
of one degree fur every fifly feet, to,
wards the centre. Reasoning from
causes known to exist, he says:-'The
whole interior portion ofthe earth, oral
least a greater part of its is an ocean of
tmetted rock, agitated byvoetwnds,
though I dare n.ot affirm it, is still ren
dered highly probab!c by the phenom
ena of volcanoes. Thue facts connected
nu ith their erup)tion have been ascertain
ed and placed beyond .a doubt. How,
then, are they to be accounted for? The
theory, p)revalent someW year s since, that
they are caused by the combustion of
immense coal .beds, is perfectly peurile,
and is entirely abandoned. All the coal
ini the world could not afford fuel enoughI
for a single capital exhibition of Vresu
vius. WVe must look highecr than thist
and I have but little doubt that the
whole rests on the action of elec!ric and
galvan ic principles, w hich arec conistant
ly in) optertion inl the' e!arth."
I.ENEss.-Sdid the distinmgnishied
Chaathuap to his son. '-I niould have in
scribed Onl thme cutain, ofVour bed and
the walls of chamber, "If y'ou do not
lise eairly you c-an never make p)rogress
in any thuing~, if you du not set apart your
hors <>f reading, if you suffer yourself
or any one else to break in up~on then,
your damys willI slip through your hands
upp)r) ofitabte andi frivolui, and unenj.oy
A magistrate cautioned the peoplo
not to smoke in mIhe public squat e in the
''Smoking-is strictly forbiddon in this
square, under the penaml6y of ten dollars
or twenty laslies of which the informer
shall receivo one-half."
Bi.Esstxos.-Blessed is the man that.
has two sweethearts; for, if One \von't
hear him, another will.
B!essed'is thme old gentleman who has
a handsome dantughter. All the young
men will trade at his shope.'
An [rishman once said he was horn
at a very cattly period of his life, and if<
he livid until, lhe died-and the Lord
only knew whether he wotld ornot
his'soul would see swate fielandi befote
it left Ameriky.
Make yourself honey, and .you will
soon (indi (lis to dcvt ur you.
MOIRE EL GOOJ)S
AT THE OUIGiAI .
Oh cap Cash Stoic
Hgs. of splend:d 6roti. gar, 12
pounds for $1,
li;s. of superior brown Sagar,*1- lbs for $1
pags of Coffec warranted good, or ino pay,
10 pounds for $1,
est Sierm.Oil oNLY $1 per G Ion, Molas
.s, Vinegar, Mackerell, Irish -Potatoes t o
lanting, whole Rice, all' as 1i as City
Cheese 12A cents per poundfresh Soda
iscuits and Crackcrs IVA ccuis pet pound.
6000 superb Segars, comprisir an assort
ient fron 10 cents to 50 cents po dozen, by
io quantity verl low.
I Box of AnderEon's pressed obbcco, and
full a3sdrtment of all kinds
Powder and Shot, Pepper, G,ger, Spices,
est Pearl Starch, Cppera;, ch Midder,
alaciatus, soda, Coloihe an endcr,
62 dozen Cups and Saucers, iro
40 dozen PlaC3 of all descr t with a
ariety of dilTerent Goods in that jino
2 Cases of Umbrellas, and Efdw Silk do.
A complete assortment-of- Bo's& Men's
'aps, from 12.1 cents up highr.
Harmonicas. Pocket Knives With Pencils,
pectacles, Scissors. -
FOR THE LAD[Es
White and Colored Kid Glovsaand. a new
swortment of Dry Goods, of ' 6'us articles
0o numerous to enumerate, 'Whibh-ihcluding
he Stock on hand is decidedilfthe best-sEc
ccted assormerkt that can be,fou6d anywhere.
In regard of scling chda'baigains, the
;ubscriber- respectfully informAhe Commu
ity in general that ie intcnia j,go -North
4ortly i;r Spring Goods, and in-order to-rn
luce his Stock ie will sell very low, and as
iis Store is well known, it'ikongi ecessary
'or. those who doubt it to com''and be con
,inced of the truth. Thcrcforo ill, look at
ny Goods and Pt ices, and-youitll say this
s the ?tot where tIne best agdrtment is,
ind the greatest Bargains ae sold
January 24 1S49 . f :
N E W G 0'O$1i
r H E Subscriber has just rec '.s FALL
and WINTER STO' ODS
onsisting in part of a splendiLS
Mrskad Goods for .-. resses
;frull kinds, a fine lot of Gingha norsh &
kinerican Prints, Col'd & .Bhd Alpacca's,
kLARGE AND SPENDID '-OCK OF
Segro-Shoes, 3lankets & KersA rbceries,
Hardware, Crockey, Ilats. Caps.
To which i invites .his fri i.- and the
mblic to call and'examine, befo rceising
:sewhere, as he feels confud,t hiet can
,ive satisfac'tion to all who inayr dm with
Lcitll. B- JthN.
Oct. 10, 1848. f . . 38
Brought to tb
9 F-this District,' n.thi at, a
- gro man;4vhday 6 i
;i~ii hs ight vr't ad ml one
n his right cheek-thnere. is niall space
intween his upper and lower 5knt teeth.
The owner is ierqde3tid te me -forward,
>rove property, pay charge usd take him
nway, or be wi'l be dealt't th as the law
Feb. 21. tf 5
STATE OF SOUTH' dAROLINA7
Andrew Shecaly. and
Elizabeth .Murphy, IB1for account
vs. . and
'elix E. Blodie, atnd -I - fr o,ffunds
rrames $1urphevy. -
TfL appearing to my s ~ion that
Janmes Murphny, one of iB defendants
in this case, resides from and beyond the
imnits.of tlris State. Ontmojiun' of.Mr.
lones, Comnp'l Sol'r. it is ordered thnat thne
mid James Mttrphy do app6ar atnd plead,
inswer or demur, to the said bill of cour
laint, withnin thnree Months from tIhe pub
icattioni hereof, or the said bill will be ta
tn pr confrsso aeninst himn.
S. S. TOMPIN :. .E. D.
.I ani. 2-1 3m 1
New Boot and Shoe
SWUi-'Ii!-', Genttlementn's Boots attmi Shoes
V/ are m:ntilo in a moist snt'riinr style of lit
tin workmna nshiip. cr
Genttlemnntn want'inig coksolod, dlonblc soled,
vter -proof, wanlkitn.;, ndres.''-patent leather,
nid a lint pumptl sonled BOOTS. ineed but
eave their orders with tine stlacribner.
niarcht I . -tf '
IMew Blacksmnitt Shop.
11E Subhs-riber htavinig' procnred tine ser,
Uvices of Hiamnpton., a -Blackmnith wvell
mton~ n itn this commtetn nity, is.ptrepared to receive
II orders in thnis linte of busme.
Shtop opposite Dr. johnson's.fot. -
. E... MIMS.
SLL thtoso indebted to the old firm of
LAI Prcsley & Brya n, who db not pay their
otes and accounts in time lobe served be..
re Return lay, will positively be -sued-.
Also thetse intdebted to the-:subscriber for
Iho year 1817, due the 1s.fanuary, 18-48,
vilbe inclunded, as one yea ris as long as I
~an wait after tIne account,.is due, as Lowe
ho money and anm obliged to pay it.
. B. C. BRIYAN.
Jan 3,PS149 tf - 50
An Over'ser Wanated.
MAN with a smanltl famili :otd be pre.
nferrd.cn Apply*to Jamies Iin,sfjrd, ivinig
lhmburg, S. C.
r HE Subscriber begs leave to inform his
- friciads and the public, that he has tak#in
a4easc of the aboye well known 11OTEL,
lately in the oclepnilcy of Mr. SH ELTUN, where
he would be appy t> see llis friends and the
lie can assure them that his best efforts shall
ho used to please all who Imlny give him a call.
His Ti able shall be supplied with everything
the Aigusta Market can aflrrd ; and his sta
bles attended by experieuced lostlers.
Mr. B. J. Ryan has no longer any connec.
tion vith the hiotel.
The undersigned las secnred the services of
Mr. Thos. S. Fraser, who will give his personal
atcention to the Hotel. .
Feb.28 184D, at 6
I AVING hought out the nterest-of A.
BuitssnmEs in (he Grocery Business,
lately carried on under the firm of Diubar I
Burnsid:s, I take this method of informing the
frientis and customers of the firm, that the bu
siness is contiued by myself, and on my own
account. I have now on hand a large and
well assorted Slock, to which will be added
such addiii(nal supplies its the wants of custo
mnis may require. Planters and others visiting
this Ilarket nre respectfully invited to examine
my stock, as it may be to their interest to do so
bef'ore pnlchasing elsewherc.
In addition to my foirner large stock, I am
now receiving by Railraad and River, the f>l
-lowing sp li1es
17 lahd. . Croix, Porto Rico and N. 0.
25 Bibls. No 1 ClarifiedSngars,
70 " Si.perior ColTce Sugars.
5 " and 5 boxes Loal, Crushed and Pow
West ludia and New Orleans Molasses,
175 Bags Rio, Lagnira and Java Coffee,
400 Sadlis of Salt.
75 barrels Mackerels,
50 boxes F'ine Cheese,
3 tierccs Rice.
125 kegs of Nails and Brads,
40,000 lbs. Sweedes Iron-all sizes,
Baind Iron, German and Cast Steel,
Wagon Doxes, -
100 boxes Window Glass-all sizes,
500 pounds Putty, in Bladders,
4,500 pounds White Lead,-Vernon Mills,
2.barrels Linseed Oil,
Ditchers Boots, Brogans and Ladies Shoes,
500 11eavy Doflfel Blankets,
20 pair Fine Bed Blankets,
Keiseys. Osnaburgs, Shirtings and Sbetings,
2 cases Prints-all patterns.
Painted Buckets and Tubs,
Brasabound Buckets and Wire Seeves, -
3000. pounds Sole Leather; Upper Leather,
300 pounds unt tanned Leather,
40 kegs Dupont's ind Kentucky Rifle Powder,
35 quarter kegs, do do -
125 bags Shot,
300 pieces Bagging,
DR.'E. l7. TEAGUE takes this mithod of
informin thae citizens of Edgefieldl Vil
lage and vicinity, that lie las miade a permat
nient residenace haere, for the purpose of practi
sing Mledicine, Surgery and Obstetrics.
He laos been engaged in an extenasive piactice
for the last fimr years, in company with his faith,
er Dr. T. Tengue in Lanreus District, aiid hopes
that his experience and unceasing attention
to the duties of his profession, Iwill obtain for
hinm a share of ptiblic patronage.
His office is next door-to'Col. Bauskett's of
fice, opposite Mr. Coanpt'y's Hontel, his'resi
dence is the house formerly occupied by S. S.
Tompkins, Esq.. near the Male Ac'ademy.
Hie may be found at his oflice in the day, and
residence at night, unless professionally entga-.
.Janinry 17 40 tf 52
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
- . IN EQUITY.
Bill for Partition of the Est&te of James
Lewis Robertson and others.)
Williamn'Morris and others.
IT' appearing to my satisfaction, that Wmn.
Morris, Jambs Morris, Rebecca Morris,
'Marshall Palmer a'6id his wife Elizabeth, John
Palmer and hiti wife Darbara, Levi Fuhmore,
William Fulmore, Josepih T..Fulmore and
Jose ph Morris, some of the defendants in this
cause are without the limits of this Sjate:
Ordered that the defendants above named
do a ppear in this honorable Court, and plead
answer or demur to the said bill within three
months from the publication of this order, or
the said bill will be taken pro confesso- a,
gainst them. ..
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. E- If.
Comm'crs Ollice , Dec 6, 18-48 3m 46
State of' South Carolina.
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. .
.rdgt IN ORDINA RY.
DrdetCahill, Applicant, )Sumnmons
rs. . in
Richard Cahill and others, Deft's. Partition
. T1 appearing to my satisfhetion that Itichaird
Cahill and Thomas Cnhiill, Distributees in
thme above stated case, reside wvithout the limits
of this State, it is therefore ordered that th:ey
appear iand object 1n the sale or Divission of
the Real Es-tate of WVilljamn Cahill, deceased,
on or before the first Monday in April next, or
their consent will he enitered of Record,
Given tinder nmy hiand at mty Oflice, the day
and date above written.
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
Dec23 1848 12t . 49
1W COPA RTNERSHJ IP heretefoare ex
.L is;ing betweent B. S. DJUNBARI & A.
DUR~fNSlDE. untder the style atid amn of
Daaa'ar & Burinside, is this day dissolved by
muttual coni enait. All persons inadebted to the
concern,, either by Note or open accoanat, wHi
be regntaired to amake payment or other satisfac..
tory atrangeimentt before the Spring, term of thec
Courts, or they imay e;13ect to find their accoutnts
ar Niotes ini thei hands of an Attoriney for col
The namte of. Dr. & B. mray be tused by eith
.r pairty ini thme settlemenit of any business ccii
tected with that concern.
B. S. DUNBAR.
hLnttg Jr. 17 1849 amto r5>
Tdx Collector's Notice.
. * No. 1.
I .5ILL attend at the times and places here,
1i2er specified, to collect the General,
Pooro and Road Tax, for the year J688, yiz :
Ran1o's Monday 19th Feb'ry.
Graniteville, Tuesday 20th "
Beach Island, Wednesday 21- "
Hamburg, Thursdqy 22d "
Dr. Geiger's, Friday, 23d
Wight man's S. 11. Saturday 24t1 "
Scott's, . Alonday; 26th "
Aliddletn', . Tuesday '27th ".
Parks, Wedncsday 26th "
Liberty lill, Thursday Ist March
Ilow ard's, Friday . 2d ,
cheathmnn's, Saturday 3d "
EdgefieldC. I. Alonday 5th "
6 " " Tuesday Gth "
Sinyley's Wednesday 7th "
Sheppard's, Thimsday 8th "
Moselcy's, Friday 9th "
Aloores. - Saturday I0th
Cooper's Store. Monday 12th
Coleman's ;R. I. Tuesday 13th
Perry's ; Roads, .Vcdnesday 14th
Rine'hart's, Thursday 15th
Ad t. Willing, Friday 16th "
Norris', Saturday 17th
Ridge, . Alonday 190th '
Krepp's, Tuesday 20th "
Johnson's,, Wedneqday 21st
Alien's, Thursday 22d
ILichardsou's, Friday 23d "
Dirn's. Saturlay 24th 1
S. 1. MAYS, T. C, E. D.
Feb 14 4t 4
11ASTING'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF
OT only a pOitive birt a warranted cure
fior nosumpontiv and all discuses of the
luin;s. This medicinme has decided the dispu:e
abont the cuability of constiuption, and satis
lied the medical faculty and all who have used
it, thiat consumption and all affections of the
hings can not only be cured, but they are as ea
sily -and simply cured, as almost any of the dis
orders to which the human frame is liable.
The operation of a single bottle, which costs
$1, is satlicient to satisfy any patient-if not al.
together too far gone with the disease-of. this
fact; and even a single dose gives evidence of
its extraordinary influenco in arresting and
eradicating the malady by the i.-mediate relief
which it afl'rds. This is no quack or secret
remedy. Dr. Hastings, its discoverer, is one of
the most eminent physicians of the age, and
has made a full discl usure of its history, and al
its component parts to tihe world, not wishing
to incur the responsibility of confining to him
self, for the sake of itofit, a secret which was
calculated to do such universal good. And
such has been the wonderful result of its ope.
rations, that the London Lancet, Medical
Times, and the most eminent physicians of both
henispheres, are anxiously calling upon suffer
erstohave immediate recourse to it, and pio.
claiming that of all known medicine, it alone
has positively established its effieacy by unde.
niable proofs of curing consumption und all oth
er diseases of the langs.
Tor sale at the.Apothecary Hall by
J. D. CHASE.
Price $1 per bottle.
December G 1846 12n 46
State of South 'Carolina.
.THINf GHECOMMON' PLEA5.
peul d-e serveO. -
sid Defendants do severally plead tu ti e de
clarations against them respectively, within a
year and a day from, judgtmenit will be awardl
ed against them.
'TIIOS. G. BA CON, Clerk.
Clerk's Oflice, 20th, Se pt. 1848.
Oct 4 4tq-' 37
STATEC OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
iN THE COMMON PLEAS..
D'avid .Stalnaker, for ) eaaini
J. HI. Jlughes, l Decaramtio i
Wmi. L.Cochran. J..
f1 HIE plaintiff in the above case having this
day filed his declaratoionin my- oflice,
nd thec defendant having neither wife nor at
torney, known to PCside within the limits of
this State, on whom a copy of said declat ation,
with a rtule to ple::d, can be served1, On motion
of Mir. Wardlaw, Plaiintihl's Attorney it is
ordred, that the said defendant apupear anid
plead to the said declaration, within a year and a
day, frrom the date hereof, or judgment wvi l be
awarded against him by default.
THIO. O. BACON. Clcrk.
Edgefeld C. II. Clerk's Olice,1ith Nov. 18418
Nosceiber 8 . 1 - 42.
State of Sonth Cai-olina.
IN TIH E COMMON PL EAS.
Kemtick & T1hayer, Aalrct
T1IE Plaintiffrin thiis c:ase, having this day*
tiled his Declatatioin in my oflice, and
the Defendant havinug necither wife nior attorney,
known to reside within the liiis of this State
upon whom a copy of~ the said D)echuation
with a rule to plead, could be served. Oni mo
tion of T. 0. Key. Attorney for Plainitilf.-r.,
dered that the said D)efendant appear and plead
to said Declaration wvithuin a year and a dlay
froii the date hereof, or ini defhult thereuf,
judgiient will bon entered against him.
TI10S. G. BA CO N, C. F..
Clerk's Ofiice, Edgefield C. I-, Nov 15, 1848S
Nov.22 . I V - 1-1
S'ATE~ OF~ SOUTil CAROLINA.
David L. Curtis, .DacLA.ATroN
AMARTIN faTT. ATcMN
J. & S. Bones, & Co.) I.EcLARA TIoN
A. B, Chturch & Co. )ATTacuIlENT
-~' HE 'tlaintiffs in the above stated eases,
h.faving thi's day filed'their Declarations
in my Office, and the Defendants having
neither wife nor Attorney, kngwn to reside
n ithin the limits of this State, on whom cop
ies of said Declarations wvith ruhes to pletid,
can be served on motion of M. Gray, A ttor
ney for P1aint'ffs'- ordered that raid Defend
ants appear and plead to said declarat-ions,
wvithin a year and a day from the dat6 hereof,
or judgezr.ent will be given against him by
'THos. G. BACON, c.z,D.
Clrk'a Ollicc, 27th Nov. 1843-.
Nov. 29 ly -145
- l1E Subscriber very respectfiilly regnests
athose inde.bted to him, to makde iiedh
ate ayment, he hohis~ someq paiper which will
be four yjcurs old befoi- jyelurn day.
N. L. GIllFFIN.
n.27y1918. . if 9
'Thc Great Remedyfor.lUicumatism,Qot -
in thc- Side. Iil; Back, Limbs_a.ad-Jois
Scrofula, King's Evil, Mita SWd1ino;'Har.
Tmors, Stif Joints, and all Fioed Waing
Where this Plaster 16, Ab
PAIN CANNOT I.XST.
A gent leman in flle South of. Europe, ad,
Pales:ine, in 1830, heard so. much said i"thirs"
latter place in favor of-JEW DAVD'S LAS1
r E R, and 4f the (ds he'considered) miracutdue
cures lie had petformed, that he waiaddte'
to try it on his own person, for. a iUtigu"
Liver A ITection, the removal-of -which:had *
the chief object of his journey, but-rhikhU
resisted the genial and delicibus 61'Ies
lie accordingly applied a.plaston the rig
of his chest where the pain was seated, soteJ
between the shoulders, and one eyei'the regie
ol' the liver. In the mean time he drahfteel
of an herb tea of laxative qualities..- Hit aoo
jound his health improving, and in.a'few
his cough left him; the sallowness.of is skin
disappeared, his pain was removed, andiis
health became permanently reiterated
The fiVowing is from Mr. Wortel,edg
of the Massillion Gazette, Olio.
"Ccn1lcncn-During last winter sand sprn
I was so troubled with a .pain in 6reas"as to
render me unfit for the duties of my 1,
and hearing yonr JEW DAVID'S ill"JVA
UREW PLASTER highly fe6otmenhided f'
similar cases, I was induced to give it a t .
had worn a plaster upon my breast btfa short
time, when all pain left me, and I was.ea1sl7
again to engage in the labors of theoffices.
would also state, that my sister, residingin
Steubenville in this State, has received inali
benefit from its use.
Yours, truly, J. P. WORSTEIV'
Masillon, Nov. 12, 1843. - ' -"
It fias been very beneficial in cases ofWeak.
uess. such as Pain and Weakness in the st6m
ach, Weak Limbs, Lameness, Affection.o1thd
Spine, Female Weakness, &c..No.eajp
subject to pain or weakness in tie"back o-r.
sides, should be without it. blrried liad 'ia
delicate situations. find grwat relief from-cona
stantly wearing this plastei.
The application of the Plastrr betweendid
shoulders has been foiInd a certain ,remedy for
Colds, Goughs,,Phthi3ic.ahd Lung Affections,
in their primary stages. Iidestroys inflammai
tion by perspirauon.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
CAuTov.-The Subscribers ire the:in, y
General Agents in the Southeru State fdoi hd
sale of this truly valuable Plipster; aid Jr, drMe'd- :
to prevent purchasers being inposed~'up iV
a connterfeit article, sold in this ityad elsie
where. for the genuine, -'they invite-paitieilar
attention to the Iollowing mare'of-theGentiei
lst.'-The genuine is put-up in.simoomiresn -
gine turned bottomed boxes,.not-soldered ia
2d -The genuine has the eni.raved"head,ot.
Jew David onl the directions, aroinod di bI4
with accompanying. .ecord of Co6i,W'&
Taylor,:Rochister. - .
-g7T SCOVILE,&iMEAD, Ciiarres- Seet~
Whofesaldteneral-gents:far the SKdtli
States,% whomii'lyrJers nust bead4rodt
mSd also; Wholeileiid vetail
ure icr CONSUM? P:
Coohi, ols,E.UNGS, Skiting of
Blood. Piea Cls stbhma, Pain in the
Side, Bronchitis, [looping Coighliandill Pad
imonary Affections. --
TESTIMONIALS. .- -2,
Extracts from Certificates whicf: can -be serd
in full by calling uon)O the'Agents: A' -.
Mr. -A . L. Scorill.-H aving b4naise
with a most distressing Congh, unti my LnngA
became affected to such a degree that '1' sen
continually spittin1g blood; and being under
the care of an able physician, without obtatining
any relief until I procured a bottle of Dr. Rods
ger's Liverwort and Tar, which restored inie to
health in a very shor it timie. - F.C.
Cincin nati. Nov~. 5, 1844.
Fromn the lIon. Judge William Burke, litd
P'ostma'ster of the city of Cincinnati fornmore
than twenty years.
The statement of Justice Finch Is entitled t6
the fullest confidence of the public. :1 ca's Lufigy
corroborate what lie has said, havinignsed the
miedicindm' ,:elf with the most decided benefit
- . WILLIAM BURKE.
,Cincinnati, Aug. ~, l845. -
A RE3IADDr.n CUIER 0 ... TIoN.
- Mr. ScoUl-I was taken with a mos
tressing cough, and my-longs becamerso dig..
eased that I bled in a short time several qinarts.
I was reduced so low that all of -my' frienmds,
and even my physicians, thought I must -die-o'
Consiimptionu! ay brother hearing of the %
retarkable, cures made by Dr. Roger's Liver
wvort and Tar, procured a bottle, and before 1
had taketn one half of it, it seemed to go to the
very seat of' the disease. I raised a large quan..
tity of phlegm and rimtter, a.nd my. .coughi was
stopped as by a chiarm. And by its use I was
restorcd to perfect health.
Sworn to and snbscribed thiis26th Now;, 1847.
II. E.' SP.ENcEa, bIl'yor ofrCincinnati.
[E.stract from 'a Letter from the Rev.' Henry
Mr. . L. Wisemuan.'| -
Mr . .Sovil-As Dr. Rod ger's Liver-'
*or-t and Tamr hais been the means of[satchingj
my comnpaniion fronm a premature graveo..1
t'el uinder the obligation to give my infi&ence
to the circulation of'so valuable a medicin
HENRY WISEMIAN -
Pattr'ot, Gallia co-, 0 , Dec. 23, 1846. -
[Fromn Dr. WVilson.)
I have heen the filiy physician of Mr.
Wiean for the last twelv'e years; dalam -
that time f,.rs. WViseman has been suiering.
freim diweased lnngs-. -And finially all the sympa
oms of P'nhmonary Gonsumtptieon appeared.
-All the tisual remedies railed. At this tinme she'
commuenced itsinig Dr. Rodger's Liverwort and'
Taur. It acted like a charm. In a few days
shme dechtred. herself nearly well. .I have no
doubt of its virtues, a.nd wvould cheerfully.r
commend it to persons afflicted with diseased,
uungs. II. R. .WILSON, M1. D.
Patriot, Gallia couty, Ohio. - ..
fI1vEARE OF Cos'rERPErrs..
-N. iB.--The genuine article is signted, 'i
dmow 1:ogers,"' on.the engraved wvrapperarouncb J
(75- l'aitr.-$l per boutle, -or 'six bottles fos
85. Sold wholesale and retail by.
SCOVIL & 51EA D,.
-113 Chiartres st., N. Orleans.4
General Agents for the Southerr -States.
Also, sold.by JOHN D. C HASE, Edgefield'
C, 11., WV.una.Lw & DEany A bbeville C. H .
. l~an'r-r & Co., andIH.vndAND, Rls.EY&
Co., Anign:.ta Gia.,- and llAvt.rno, HI%ana.
& Co., aind P. al. ConEs, Charleuton, South