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.'A Life in California,
TuxE-1A life on the ocean wuve."
B- . . a..
A fife in California,
A hoie,'mongst rocks of gold;
Impulsive we are' borne away,
Its grandeur to behold.
Now' we pace the deck
Of a steamer, noble and fr ee;
Yet now !ve appear but a speck,
To the gazer on our lee.
Chorus-A lire in the regions or gowl,
A home 'midst bright 'display,
Its treasures to unfold;
To the regious of gold away.
Our steamer's noble prow,
Gaily dashing the spray aside,
SImpels every heart to glow
With a sense of national pride;
Whilst our captain's noble mien
Speaks loudly for his race,
His piercing eyes are keen
Bent on the golden chase.
A life itt the regions of gold, &c.
The sea birds lonely call
To its is music sweet,
No rears our hearts appl
Although they wildly beat
No power can away our course,
Not e'en the tempests roar;
Propell'd by the iron horse,
We're bouud for the Alitt'ring ore.
A life in the regions of gold, &c.
Land ho! the sailor cries;
You land is our golden home
See! see! the glittering prize
We need no longer roam.
In groups we stand amazed,
As the gorgeous land we near;
Each heart and each hand is raised
With loud and beat ty cheer.
A life in the regious of gold, &c.
Come, lads, the .wine bring h*ither,
Your cups fill up to the .brim,
,Come, lads, drink to each other!
In gold we'll merrily swim!
Success to our noble 'ship,.
She's borne us safely through
Success to the golden trip,
Three cheers for our noble crew.
A life in the regions of gold &c.
'Brooklyn N. Y.
a r i C it I t U V a I.
BOOK FARIMING, AND A POR
T R AI T.
Whenever our anti-book farmers can
* ideas. A' farmer never objects -tori
ceive political information fromn news
* ~ papers;.he. is quite willing to learn the
state of the mat kets front newspapers;
and as wi!ling to 'gain religiouis notions
fromn readinig, ad-historical knowledge,
* and all sorts of information except that
which relates to 'his businiess. lie will
go over and hear a neighbor tell how he
prepares his 'land, howv lhe selects and
puts in his seed; how he deals with his
-'grounds in' the spring, in harvest, and
- ' *After harvest; but if that neightbor should
write it all down careftully and put it
into a paper, it's all poison ! it's book
Those whlo are prejudiced against
book farniing, are either good farmers,
misinfor med of the designt pf agriculturral
papers, or poor farnmers, whto only treat
this subject as they do all others, with
?blundering ignorance. First, of the
good farmers: rThern are ini every
conntry, many industrious, hard-n:ork
ing men, who knowv that thtey cannot
* afford to risk anything upon wild ex
periments. They have a growing fami
Jy to support, taxes to pay; hands per
haps, on wvhich purchatse money is due.
They suppose an agticultural paper to
be stuffed futll of wild fancies, expeti
maents, big stories mtade up by menCI whto
knowv of no farming except patrlortfarmi
ing. They would doubtless, be surprised
* to learn that ninety parts in a hundred
of the contents af agricultuoral papers,
are written by pr.ictical farmers; thtat
the editor's business is not to foist ab
s urb stories upon credulhous reatders, but
to sift storics, to scrutinize -accoutnts, to
-obtain whatever htas been proved to be
fact, and reject all tbat is suspected to
* be me~re fanciful theory. Such papers
isre designed to prevent imposition; to
search out from practical men wvhatever
* thley have found out, and to publish it
for the benefit of their children all over
The. other class who rail at book
farmning, ought to be excused, for they
do not treat book farming any worse
than they do their own fmt ming; indeed
-not half so bad. They tate the paper
with their tongue, but cruelly abuso their
*' ground, for twelve months in the year,
with both hands. I will draw the por
trait of a genuine anti-book farmer of
this last sort. [This picture is drawn
for the West; perhaps it ne:ds no great
alteration to apply as wvell to the East.]
'He ploughs three inches deep, lest he
should turn up thtepizen thtat, in his esti
mation, lies below; he sows two bushels
of wheat to the, aie, and reaps ten; so
that it takes a fifth of,his crop to seed his
pleases; whic is from thirty to thirty- five
bushels, though he brags that it is fifty
orsixty. His hogs, if not remarkable
for fattcning qualities, would beat old
Eclipe at a race; and WerC the man not
prejudiced. against deep ploughing, his
lhogs Would work his grounds better,
with their prodigious snouts, than he
does with his jack knife plough. His
nvadow lands yield him from three quar
ters to a whole ton of hay per acre,
which is regulaily spoiled in curing. His
horses would excite the avarice of an
anatomist in search of ostenlogical speci
niens. But oh ! the cows! If held up
in a biight day to the sun, don't y.)u
think that they would be semi-transpa
rent? But he tells us that good milkers
are al%ays poor! His cows get what
Providence sends them, and then they
have a half-peck of coin on ears a foot
long, thrown to them, and they affiord
lively spectacles of animated corn and
cob crushers. Never mind; they yield
on an average, three quarts of milk a
day! and that milk yields varieties.oi
butter quite astonishing.
His harm never grows any better; in
many respects it gets annually worse.
Aften ten years' work on a good soil,
while his neighbors have grown rich, he
isjust where he started. And when at
last he sells out to a Pennsylvanian, who
reads the "Farmers Cabinet," or to some
New Yorker, with his "Cultivator"
packed up carefully as if it were gold,
or to a Yankee, with his "New England
Farmer," lie gors off to Missouri, thank
ing heaven that he's not a book-Faraner,
[I Vestern Farmer.
A KITCIEN GARDEN.-Whatcver
else you may neglect, do not forget to
make a good garden. To this end, see
that it lacks not well rotted manure, and
is not deficient in lime, nor ashes.
Have it plowed or spaded deep, and
drained if it needs draining. For cab
bages. caustic lime and common salt
serve a double putpose-that of driv
ing off insects and fecding the plants,
A -great many gardens lack linme, and
also the potash in tommon house ashes.
As for salt, all human food contains a
little; every body eats salt with his
meat, bread and potatoes,and we would
hint, in the most delicate terms, that if
all chambers were emptied over the soil
in a garden, nothing would improve it
more. A tight barrel filled with pound.
ed charcoal, and this saturated with the
liquid indicated, will give one a fertili
zer of great power. This compound is
excellent to drive away worms, ants,
and other depredators.
Raise a fuil supply of peas, beans,
._ _,ahbage, potatoes, sweet
. . .... . ... une under all
the,.sods and turf. If you have a tiec
whicn forms a good deal of wood and
seetns unwiling .to bear, try your skill
at root-pruning. Cut off no more than
a third of its roots; and these at some
distance from the tree..
If you steep garden seed at all, be
careful nut to keep them in the steep
The following story, told at a late ex,
prience meeting of "twenty reforjmed
drunkards," in Baltimore, is one whose
thrilling vibration will be acknowledged
at once, by every person of the least
sensibilty to the genuine electro magne
tic influence of humanity:
"A drunkard wvho had run through
his property, returned one night to his
unfurnished home. lie entered its emp
ty hall, Anguish was gnawing at his
heart-strings, atnd language is inadequ
ate to express his agony as he entered
his wife's apartment and there beheld
the victims of his appetite- a lovely
wife and darling child. Morose and
sullen, he seated himself without a word.
He could not sp)eak-heo could not look
upon tLjem. Trhe mother said to the
little angel by her side, "Come my child,
it is time to go to bed.-and that little
babe, as it was her wont, knelt by her
mother's lap, and gazing '1 ishfully into the
face of hecr stufferiug parent, like a piece
of chiseled statuary slowly repeated her
nightly orison; and wvhen she had finish
ed, thme child (but four years of age) said
to her mother,' D)ear nma, may I not of
fer up one more prayer" Yes, yes my
sweet pet, pr;ay,'-and she lilted up her
tiny hands, closed her eyes, and pray
ed-O God, spr ! nh,spare my dear
papa!' That prayer was wvafted wvithm
electric rapidly to the throne of God.
It was heard on high-'twans heard on
earth. The responsive 'Amen' burst
from that father's lips, and his heart of
stone became a hert. of flesh. Wile
and child wvere -bothm clasped to his bo
som, and in penit.ance ho said, My child,
you have saved your father from thme
grave of a drunkard. ll sign the
FOREIGN PmttZEs.-The Belgian Co
vet nment has iastimuted m wo,prizes of five
thousantd francs with gold medal and one
thousand francs respectively; the first for
the best work on general agriculture, and
the seconad for the best treaties on the die
eas of the potatoes. Foreigners are in
vitedl to compete, and manuscripts are to
be sent to the M~inistry of thme Interior be
fre the 1st of January is next year, 1850.
Dog baik as,hey are br,~
C 0 M P.OUND EX TR A.'T .F
The most extraordinary in theWorld.
:3-This Extract is put uO in-4uardiotifes;
it is six times cheaper, pleasanter, a'd war
ranted superidr to any sold. It cars:with
out vomiting, purging, sickening, -or.ebilhta,
ting the Patent.
' he grcat beauty and superioIty of, this
Sarsaparilla- over all other aedicibi is,'.hat
while it eradicates disease, it invigorates the
body. It is one of the very beg
JPRING AND SUMMER* MEDICININES
Ever known; it not cnly purifies tho whole
system, and strengthens the peison, but it
creates new, pure and rich blood,; i power
possessed by no other medicine. Andin this
lies the grand secret of its wonderful siuccess.
It has performed within the -ast fiie'years,
more than' 100,000 cures of serere cases of
disease; at least 15,000 were considered in
curable. It has saved the livosofpmore than
5,000.children during the past season.
10,000 Caseuof General ebility and
Want of Nervous Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Saisaparilla invigdrtes the
whole system permanently. 'To those who
have lost their muscular energy by'thd use
of medicine or indiscretion red*itted in
youth, or the excessive indulgacree of the pas
siens, and brought on a gederal-physiil pros
tration of the nervous system, lassitude-, want
of ambition, fainting sensations, ;premature
decay and decline, hastening towards that
fatal discase. Consumption, can be~entirely
restored by this pleasant remedy This Sar
sBparilla is far superior to any INVIGORA
TING CORDIAL, as it remo ;and invigo
rates the system, gives ac.tivity te the limbs,
and btiength to the musculars,Qtem, in a
mo3t extraordinary degree.
Cleanses and Strengthens. ' Caonsrtion can he
cured, Bronchitist, Consumption, Liver -com
plaint, Colds, Catarrh, Coughs. AstIma, Spit.
thig of Blood, Soreness in the chet; Hectic
Flush, Night Sweats, Difull or P ofusc Ex
pectoration, Pain in the Side, c hare been
and can be cured.
This is only one of more than 4,000 cases
of Rheumatism that Dr. Toiynsend's Sarsa
parilla has cured. The-mosrs6vere and
chronic cases are weekly eradicatid by its
James Cummings, Esq., one Q4e assis
tants in the Lunatic Asylum, glaciwellas Is.
land, is the gentleman spokea of in the foi
Dr. Townsend, Dear Sir: -h e suffered
terribly for nine years with the aimatism;
considerable of the time I could io't'at, s!ee p
oE walk. - I had the utmost distressing pains
and my limbs were terribly swollea; I have
used four bottles of your Sariiapiilla, and
they have done me more tha:.on6,tWmousand
dollars worth of good. I am so'ibch bet,
ter-indeed, I am entirely rclievei'fYou-are
at liberty to use this for the benifir2fhe af
licted, Yours respectfully, -
JAMES C INGS.
FITS! FITS! Fl
Dr. Townsend, nio having t ed is Sarsa.
parilla in cases of Fita, of course eser,riecom
mended it, andwas-surprised.1ici;q mthe
following from an intelligent a 'je.ble
Faimer in Westeeter.c
.,, ... .'.u ,e , for it has not only restored
her strength, but so has had (rio return of
the Fits, to our great pleasue ,afd surprise.
She is fast becoming ruggedjand:hearty, far
which we feet gratful. Youra,respectfully,
JOHN BUTLER, Jr.
FE MAiT E MEDi,CINE!
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla;ia a sovereign
and speedy cure for 'Incipient .Cpnsumption,
Barreness, Prolapsus Uteri, or falling of the
womb, Piles, Leucorrma, or Whi:cs, obstruc
tion or diflicult Menstruration; Incontinence
of Urine, or involuntary dischidge thereof,
and for the general prostration of the systemi
no matter whether the result of inherent
cause, produced by irregulaTity; llness or ac,
cident. Nothing can be more surprising than
its invigorating effects on the human frame.
Persons all weakness and lassitude, from tak
ing it, at once become robust'and full of en
ergy under its influence. 'It- immediately
counteracts the nervelessness of the female
frame, which is the great cause,.of barreness.
It will not be expected of' usein eases of so
delicate a nature, to exhibitK ertificates of
cures performed but we can,assure the afilic
ted, that hundreds of eases hae been report'
ed to us; thousands of cases where fnmilies
have been without childien after using a few
bottles of this invaluableo.nedicine, 'have
been blessed with fine, healthy.ofispring.
Great Blessing to Mulhers and Children.
It is the safest and most effectual medicine
for purifying the system, and relieving the
sufferings attendant upon childbirth ever dis
covered, It strengthens both the tnother and
child, prevents pain and 'disifase, increases
and enriches the food, and-those wvho have
used it, think it is indispensable. It is highly
useful both before and after confinement, as
it prevents diseases attendant tipon childbirth.
In Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swelling o0
the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn, Vomit
ing, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains,
Hlemorarhage, and in regulating the Secrc
tions and equalizing the circulation it has no
equal. The great beaurflof this Miedicine
is, it is always safe, and 'the most delicate
use in most successtully.
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Townsend is almost-daily receiving or'
ders from Physicians in different''parts of the
This is to certify that we, the undersigned
Physicians of the City of Albany, have is
numerous -cases .prescribed ~Dr. Townsend's
Sarsaparilla, and believe it to be one of the
most valuable preparatIons in the market.
H. P. PU.IN G;-Mi. p.
.J. WVrr.sor,Ij. p.
R.1B. BRIGGS, M. D.
. P. E. Er.azqmmony, Is!. D.
Albany, April 1, 1847.
Owing to the great success and immense
sale of Dr. Townsend's Sarsparilla,- a num,
ber of men who were forniy our. Agents,
have commenced making Sarsaparilla Ex
tracts, Elixirs, Bitters,, Extfacts of Yellow
Dock, &c. They generally'put it up ins the
same shape bottles, andese of themi have
tole and copied our advertiscments ; they
are only worthless imitations and should be
For sale in Edgefield at the DnUG AND
97:NEnIA. SToRE by p, L. PENN,
T HE Subscriber resp.edtfully informs his.
friends and the public at large, that
he still.has charge of the above Hotel, and
takes this method to inform one and all, that
in consideration of the hard tinies, lie has
teduced his terms of Boarding, to the follow
ng reduced rates, for Cash only.
RATES OF BOARDING.
,Man and horse.per day, $1 25
Alan per day, 75
For Breakfast, Dinner, Supper,
or Lodging, single, each 25
Horse per day, 50
Single Feed, 25
The Subscriber returns his thanks to the
community at large, for past favors and so
licits a share of the same.
Feb. 21 tf 5
COLUMBIA, S. C.
T lE undersigned wishes to inform the
public ihat h has moved'from the Anicr
ican Hol to the PALMETro housE, (opllosiie
the State House,) which lie has taken etitirely
on his own account, and where lie would be
pleased to see his foimier patrons, and all others
who may be pleased to call on him. And to
those of his acquaintances lie woild say, that
they will be made not less comfortable than
heretofore; and to strangers, call and try the
An Omnibus will always be kept in readiness
at the Rail Road Depot, to convey possengers
to this House.
A. G. MARSHALL.
Jan. 31, 2m 2
T HE undersigned have engaged the Rei.
s. W* KENNEBR.Y ti take charge o the
Pottersville Academy the eisuing year. Mr.
Mr. Hennerly is a graduate of the Sonth Caro
lina College, and has very considerable expe
rience as a teacher. His atniable disposition,
moral and religious character, as weil as his ii:
erary attainments, qualify him very especially
for conducting the moral and mental culture of
the children and young men of orz country.
The studies that will be taught in this Academy,
will be advertised in the next paper; suflice it
to say however, that the classicks and science4
will be fully taught, and that yowig men will
be prepared to enter the Junior - class of the
South Carolina College.
T. G. BACON, !Tnus
EUGENE BURT, ( -rEEs.
1J. I. SPANN. J
N. B.-The erorcises ofrthe above Academy,
will commence on 8th January 18-19.
Dec20 tf 48
T HE Subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public generally, that they
have-entered into a copartnership to transact
the Mercantile business, tinder the style of
'WILADsS & CIusri, and will do business
in the house formerly occupied by G. L. & E.
Pein. They intend keeping constantly on
hand, a complete and full assortment of all such
Goods as are usually kept in this market, and
solicitfrofn the public a siare of atronage.
- . J. A.. WJELINeiS,
-S. CHR STIE.
ubscriber takes- pleasure in inform
-andtcustmeis that he has taken'
Iristie, as a partheriirbsW tiesi
sit CliarletonA in- a fewv.djAzsic.o
ir Stock. He would tnaiithis 6p
if returning his most sincere thianks
to in,friends for their very.liberal ~inti-nage,
and begs leave to solicit a contiiman-ce of the
sieeto the-new concemn. -
- . .A. .WILLIA MS.
Janu. 31849, -- . tf 50
Tg HE Subscribeu s respectfully i nformi their
Pfriends and the Public generally, that
they hiavA entered into a Copartnership, to car
ry on the Tayloring business, unider the style of
COr.oS & NIArs, rind will do biisiness next
door to S. F. Goode. They intend keeping a
good assortmenut of the best muaterial in this
line, and solicit from the Public, a share oh
- J. J. MAYS..
The Subscriber takes this opportunity of re
turning his sinucere tha,nks to his friends for
their liberal p)atronaige, and solicits a conitin-..
ance of the satuc.
Jan.171849 tf - 58.
TREF. TEAGUE takes this method oh
j.informuing the citizens of Edgefield Vil
lage aiid vicinity, that lie has niaude a permsa
nent residenice here, for the purpose of practi
sing Mtedicin,e, Surgery and Obstetrics.
He has beeni engaged in an extenisive rmactice
for the last fonr years, in comipany with his hitth
cr Dr. T. Treague in Laitreins District, and hiopes
that his experietice and uneasing aticintioni
to the duties of his profession, ,will obtain for
him a share of public patronage.
His office is next door to:Col. -Bfauskett's of
fice, opposite Mr. Comptiy's Hotel. his resi,
dence is the house formerly occupied biy S. S.
Tompkins, Esq.. ntear the.MIale Academiy.
Ho many be founid at his office in the day, and
residence at night, unless professionally oenga.
.January 17 18.49, tf 52
14ew .Boot and-Shoe
~~HERtE Gentlcemin's Bonots and Shtoes
VTare niode in a most superior style of fiu
Gentlcemen waiiting cork solerd, dotible soled,
water proof, walking, dress, patenit lea:lher,
and a tine pump soled BOOTS, need but
learve their orders-with the subscriber.
niarchi 1 -tf 0
New Blacksnuith Shop.
7*IlHE Subscriber having procured thie ser
L. vices of Hanmptosm, a Blacksmith well
knon n itn this cnmmunnity, is prepared to, receive
all orders in this hine of business.
Shop opposite Dr. Johnson's lot.
E. J. MIS.
Fqlb14 if 4
A LL Persons indebted to the late firm of
11Sibley & Crapon, are respectfully reques
ted to come forward and .settle the same - as
soon as practicale with the.undersigned, as it
l's desirable to bring their businuess to a close.
Feb.21, 4- 5
Hamburg, S. C.
T HE Subscriber beps leaveio inform his
friends and the public, that he has taken
a lease of the aboye well known HOTEL,
lately in the ocenpancy of Mr. SuLTON, where
he would be happy to see his friends and- the
'He can assure them that his best efforts shall
be used to please all who may give him a call.
His Table shall be supplied with everything
the Augusta Market can afford ; and his sta
bles attended by experienced lostlers.
Mr. B. J. Ryan has no longer any connec
tion with the Hotel.
The uidersigned has secured the services of
Mr. Thos. S. Fraser, n ho will give his personal
utvention to the Hotel.
Feb.28 18.40, 3t
WWAVING bonght out the interest of A'
Ben-swEs i'n the Grocery Business
lately carrind on under the firm of Dunbar If
Bucrnsid.s, I take this method of informing the
frieids and ctiutoniers of the firm, that the bu
siness is continued by-myself, and on my own
account. I have now on hand a large and
well a;orted Slock, to which will be added
such uddiiional supplies as the wants of custo.
neis may require. Planters and others visiting
this Market are respectfully invited to examine
mny stock, as it may be to.their interest to do so
before pichasing elsewhere.
In addition to rmy former large stock, I am
now receiving by Railroad and River, the fol.
47 Ilhds. St. Croix, Porto Rico and N. 0.
25 Bbl-. No I Clarified Sugars,
70 Superior Collee Sugars.
5 " and 5 boxes Loaf, Crushed .tnd Pow
West India and New Orleans Molasses,
175 Bags Rio, Laguara and Java Coffee,
400 Sacks.of Salt.
75 barrels Mackerels,
50 boxes fine Cheese,
3 tierces Rice,
125 kegs of Nails and Brads,
40,000 lbs. Sweedes Iron-all sizes,
Band Iron, Germai and Cast Steel,
100 boxes Window Glass-all sizes,
500 pounds Puuy, in Bladders,
4,500 pound.s White Lead, Vernon Alills,
2 barrels Linseed Oil,
Ditchers Boots, Brogans and Ladies Shoes,
500 Heavy Diffel Blankets,
20 pair Fine Bed B!ankets,
Keiseys, Osnaburgs, Shirtings and Sheetings,
2 cases Prints-all patterns.
Painted Buckets and Tubs,
Brassbound Buckets and Wire Seeves,.
3000 pounds Sole Leather; Upper Leather,
300 pounds oak tanned Leather,
40 kegs Dupont's and Kentucky Rifle Powder,
35 quarter kegs, do do
125 bags Shot,
300 pieces Bagging,
200 Coils of Rope,
1000 pounds Twine,
Lead, Blue-stone, Indigo, Copperas,
Candles-Sperim and Tallow,
Sugur Cans, Meis6reh-Peppe G
ger, Cane seat Chairs, Wood and-Cant Seat
Rockiig'Chairs, and .bany -otherarticles: too
4edi o n enmerate. : .
TNE Subscriber has just received his l'ALI.
and WiNTER. STOCK -of.GOODS
consisting in part of.a splendidi'ot of~. -
Wcratead Goods for LaZie~s .Dresses.
of all kinds, a fine lot of1 Ginghamis, English &
A merican Prints, -Col'd & D!aick Alpacca's,
A LARGE AND SPENDID STOCK OF
Necro Shoes, Blanket- & Kersnys. Groceries,
~ Hardware, Crockery, limts & Cnps.
To which he invites his friends, and the
puiblic to call and examined, before purchasing
elsewhere, as lid feels conlidenit that lie can
give satisfactioni to all who may favor him with
a call. B. C. BRYAN.
Oct. 10, 1848. tf -38
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Andrew Shealy, and ')
Elizabeth Murphy,| Bill for account
vs. > and
F'elixc E. Bodio, atnd -|transfer offunds
James Murphley. )
IT'I appearing to my satisfaction that
James Murphy, one of the defendants
in this case, resides from and beyoud the
limits of this State. On motion of Mr.
Jontes, Comnp'l Sol'r. it is ordered that theo
said James lMutrphy do.nppear and plead,
answer or demtur, to the said bill of cen
plaint, within three Months from the pub
licutin hereof, or the said bill will be ta
ken pro conJesso aUninst him.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E.. D
Commissioner's 0111ce, Jan. 17, 1849.
Jan. 241 3m - 1
State of South Carolina.
Bridgett Cahill. Applicant, )Summons
R ichard Cahill anid othecrs, Deft's. Partition
IT appearing to my satisfaction that Richard
Cahill anid TPhomas Cahill, Distributees in
the above stated case, reside wvithiout the limits
of this State, it is therefore ordered that they
appeat and, otbject to the sale or Divission of
the Real EI,tate of William Cahill, deceased,
on or before the first M~onday in April next, or
their consent will be etntered of Record.
Given utnder my hand at mny Ollice, the day
amid date above written.
' JON H ILL, o. E. D.
Dec 23 1848 12t 40
- N consequence of several demands existing
.ag aitnst J. D. Tibbetts, to mny knowledge,
which have not been rendered, anud also, the
niecessity of settling some disputed p)oint at
Court, in reference to Discounti, &c. 'lThe
time for the distribution of Asseits, is fturther
postpnned tuntill Tuesday the 3d day of A pril
next. Before which time all who have any
dcemauids against J. D. Tibbetts, are earnestly
requested to~ haind themi in to J. Huiet, who is
authorized to settle the same for me.
S. C HRISTIE, Assignee.
P. S.-Tho Asselts and Books of Discount,
anid all pertainling to the Assignmuent, ate at all
tines opent for the intspectionl of the creditors.
Fe 28 12.19. tf 6
The Grat Remedy for Rhematan, Gout,
in the Side, Hip,. Back, Limbs'and J
Scrofula, King's Evili W a!e'4:V
Tumors, Stif Joints; dad'all' Fixid,Phi- :
Where this Plastei s
- PAIN CANNOT EXIST.
A gentleman in the South of -Eirope ais
Palestine, in 1830, letd so M'nch,said in.ib
latter place in fvor (f JEW-DAVID'S PUi
TER, and of the (as he conhidered).Miraciiar"
:ures he had performed, that *he wasindnco
to try it on his own person, for a Lon'g*ad -
Liver AfTection, the removal of, which.had beeri j
Lie chief object of his jouriney,-but which)bjd
resisted the genial and delicious clime.'.
ie accordingly applied a plastr oi the:rii'
Df his chest where Elie pain was seated, ai& .
between the shoulders, and one over the regio
Dr the liver: In.the mean time he drank e
if an herb tea of laxative qualities.; .ie- rpo[
Cound his health improving.and ina few.weekit
his cough left hiim; the'sallowness of ris ikid
lisappeared, hij pain was r'emoved, and
iealth became permanently reiterated -
The following rs from Mr. Worstel edl
of the Massillion Gazette, Olio.
"Gentlcmcn-During last winter and sprin
[ was so troubled with a. pain in breast as -
render me unfit for the duties.of my 'olice -
and hearing your JEW. DAVIDP or
BREW PLASTER -highly recorne frs
rimnilar cases, I was inducod fo giv'i6t a tkial I
iad worn a plaster upon,my breast but aabort
ime, when all pain left me, and I,was e'nablede.
,gain to engage in thb. labois of the:office. I
wvould also state, that my sister, residing-ir
Steubenville in this State, has received inpcik "
enelit from its use.
Yaras, truly, J. P. WORSTE,L."'
Masillou, Nov. 12, 1843.
It has been very beneficitalin cases ifWeale
ross,'such as Pain and Weakn'ss n the,tm
tch, Weak Limbs, Lameness, Affection6frh'
Spine, -Female Weakness, &c. -No-femalep
urb*ect to pain or wettkhess in the back
ides, should be witlautift larired la'diempa
Jelicate situations, find great relief from"
standly wearing this plasto'r.:
The application of the Plaster.between- a
shoulders ha-1 been found a ceitain -reiieidyf
Colds, Goughs, Phthi3ic and' Lung Affec
in their primrary.stages.. It destroys6 ian
tion by perspiration,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS
CiaraoN.-The Suiscrib'ra ae n
General Agents in the Southei Stawielor VV
sale of this truly vauablePlaster; and'ig ordet
to prevent purchasers-being' imposed -- #
a counterfeit articre, sold'in,tfits- city acd eise4j
where. for the genuine,- theynvire pwuta ciunr y
attention to*the following 'marks orthi geniR
-st.-The 'genuine isput:dp in smoulfr,e -
gina turned bottomed boxes,.not:soldered .
2d -The gennine hai the engrad o
Jew David on the direction,.aoind. the x
with accompanying redurd o C'i -
raylor, Rochester'. . 2" r -
E7 scOvrL'&r:MEA,b iat.e1 6
Wholesale Geneial Agens'fidr the Sndtlier
States, to whoira idre must be d
-Sold-alsb; WH6r6eale anrd VRailb
rOHN D. CHASE/,Apohecanese Ed
Sfield ConiousepS so(,j*O
-Feb 14. 1849
" FEhba'ii'de re o
STitiN. OF T H'-tUNifW.' pitting
Blood, Cou-hs, GColds;4Athra, Pan ian
Side, Bronchritis, Hoopiog Coun'gh antd'f d ni
Extracts frorar.Certificates:wbibh can be-seed
in full by calling upon tire Ageists
Mr. A L. Scoii.-Having -been,. ld.
vitla a most distressinag.Conghr, util: my Liiag
becamea affected .to such d daigree that -I wasn
containurally spaittinr bloo'd; and being umndIer
tihe care: of on anble physician; withiu t obtairn
any relief unatil I procured a bottle of Dr.R-d
ger's Liverwort and 'Tar, which restore zle-d
haailh in a very short timne
Cincinnati. Nov. 5, 1844. . :
From thre.Hon. Jndge Wallianm Burke,'late
Postrm'ster of thre city of Cincinniti foar ore
thran t wenty yearts. .3
Tire statemrent of J ustice Finch is enititled Id
thre fralest confidence of the public. I~can fully
corrnhorate whrat hre lhas said, havring rused the
mnediciune myseif with the 'most decide'd beneflt
CinaciriiitirA~.g. 12, 1845.
A R ESARIKA Br.E JE of coM5UMPTiO01
lir. Scoill-I was tak r'j a most. is
tressirng conrgh, and 'may lungs ~iie o.i~
erased that I bled in a shorttimae several qrrrt27'.'.
I was redurced so low that all .of my fridnds,
arnd even my phrysicians1 thougwht'1 must die of
Consnmption! ftly brother bearingef thb
remarkable cures made by Dr. Roger's-Liver,
wort and Tarr, p)rocenred a bottle; and-before'I
hard taken one half of it, it senmed tp:go to 'the
very seat of tire disease. .I ritised a large.quan,~
tity of philegm .and matter, r.nd my .cough.was
stopped its by a charm. Anrd by'.iti.e..- was
restored to perfect health. .
Sworn to and subscribed thais26th Nov., 1847.
H. E. SPESCKR, A1ayor'of Cirinati.
[Extract from .a Letter from.the -Rev.~ Henry
Mr. A. L. Scosill-As Dr. Rodger's'Liver
wort and Tar has been the nmeans of[jsnatchiing
amy companrin from a premature grave! I
feel under tire ubi ation to give, nay influence
to the circulation of so valuable ~a medicine.i
H ENRY WISEMAN..
.Patriot, Gallia co-, 0 .0Dec. 23, 1846.,:
[From -Dr. Wilson.~
I hrave been tire family physician of Mir:.
WViseant for tire iast- twelve' years;'d'uring
that timie Mirs. Wiseiman has bean sufering
from drseased lungs. An'd finally all'the.symp
tonis of Puharonary Gonsamption. appearedt
All tire ustnal reniedies failed. At this time she
commnenaced rising Dr. Rodger's Liverwort andt
Tar. In acted like 'n charm. In ~a few daya -
she dechared herself nearly,well. I hiave no
doubt of its virtcaes,.gand would cheerfully re.
commzaend it to persons afflicted wvith 'iiseased
lungs, H. Rt. WI LSON, M1. D.
Patriot, Gallia county, Ohio.
B3EwARE or CoNTL.RFEITs.
N. B.-Thre genuine.article 'is signed, "Art,
drcw Rogers," ona the.enreravedwrip ron
each brottle. wrpe -aon
(iG- Parc-$l per bottle, or 'six bpttlea fe~
$5. Sold whlulesale and retail by
113SCOVIL &. StEA1,
113Chartres at., N. Orluans.
- General Agentts for-the Southern States.
Also, sold by JOffN D. CHASE,.. Edgefleld
C. H., WAnr,.AW & DEMDY, A bbeville C..H
I. B.uaaTr &.Co., and HA't.Ar,-R15sr.s
Co., Augnasta Gre., ad HaLir.xi> USALL r3
& Co., and P. A. ConLu, Chr.zleston, Soat
Carolina. - - -