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Er iisGIx sTBIL.
One by one in slow succession,
The twelve hours have floated by,
Cireliog in a still procedsion,
Round a glittering throne on high
Handmaids to the solemn midnight,
As she walketh up the sky.
With a motion slow and peerless,
Up she glideth through the bir,
Mutely perfect, smileless, tearless,
'Hushed, ana wonderrully fair
Pausing in her quiet splendor,
Where her twelve attendants are.
All the stars their brown uncover,
All the breezes die away,
All the hours which round her hover,
Stand in dim and mute array;
For the midnight, pure and placid.
Kgeeleth on her throne to pray.
Grand, beyond the power of telling,
Is the midnight in her prayer
All sublimity has dwelling
On her brow serenely fair;
Brighter than the crown of jewels
Dound upon her raven hair.
Sie is asking for a blessing
On the earth that dreams below,
And the leaves, their bows caressing,
Cease their waving to and fro
And the murmuring, trilling streamlet
Seems to siog more solt and slow.
Her pure eyes are.upward beaming,
And Ier pale hatids folded lie
Oh ! bow beautiful this seeming
Of the queen of all the sky,
Meekly asking. 'mid her glory,
From the Greater power on high!
In her dim and holy presence,
The still world has grown more still,
And soft Silence's subtle essence
-Seems the breathless air to fill,
Till i'e bushed heart of creation
Scarcely dares with awe to thrill.
Id serene, subduing splendor.
When her time of prayer has ii-own,
Through the circle that attend her,
She descendeth from her throne
-Gliding westward from the zenith,
they follow one by one.
All tlie-starstheir.faces cover,
All thi'iwers droop-with tears,
And the breeres roun,-them hfrer,
N Wj~ whipejelIale of (ears,
,As*he ~z ueepretireib,:
r~Adb~ King of Dayf ppears.
Were I but a star in heaveni,
'Or a little flower, atorne,'
I would worship every even.
The sweet midnight on her throne;
- - - -But a worship yet more perfect
- - Hath the living spirit known.
- A STRANGE STORY.
The Cincinnati Commercial tells a
barrible ~story, if true. It says that a
gang of horse-thieves, in Indiana, went
*to the house of an old German, who had
five hundred dollars in his possession,
tied him-and his wife and three chtild
-* ren, hand and foot, to the floor, by raising
one of the planks and fastening the rope
* to the sleeper-then robbeid the house,
and taking a feather and straw bed,
threw-it over the confined group, set
them on firp, fastened the door nnd de
*camped. In a few moments the rob
bers were out of sight, and the fire of
*the lighted beds was growing htter and
hotter. What .was to be done! All
* tried the strength of the cords that
* ~ bound them, tinme and time again I The
fire grey htotter and the exertions great
er. At length the wife and mother
broke loose from the sleeper: she wvas
yet tied hand and foot. A thought
* struck hei!-she rolled-for she could
not 'walk-to the fire-place, thrust her
- handsN 19o the burning embers, and
thr till the fire- burnt, off
* ...-~~tlco s that bound her hands-nn
loosed her feet and saved het hutsband
and children. The fire had not injured
thte latter badly, and the husband fled
for assistance; but, as this unfortutnate
family lived some distance from neigh.
hors, it was a long time before help ar
rived. One of the fiends participating
in the attempted destruction of this in
nocent family was, by all accouints, let
loose here by means of the abuse of the
habeas corpus act. Humanity shutd
ders at the thought of such villainy as
is depicteil above. To the unheard-of
heroism of that wvife and mother, the
whole family owe their escape from a
- terrific, slow death. Never in our life
have we heard of such a thrillingescape,
or seen in a more hidcous aspect the
* wickedness of the abandoned.
LIFE Lsks.-The Philadelphia Gal
* ary says an artist in that city painted a
cow and cabbage so natural that he was
obliged to separate them before they
were finished, because the coto commenc
ed eati#ag the cabbage !
* ~ SOMEBODY -says tbat females go to
meetig to look at each others's bonnets.
-That's down-right scandal! They go
to show their own. .
- "Lord ?" says Mrs. Partington, "'what
ninters-those cotton planters n6ust be I
I'm iMdjome on 'em have as man as
DEATH OF THE .INTEMPERATE.--It
is asad death. ' There is no comfort on
that dying pillow. No sweet repose.
No voice of frendship, bidding adieu.
No lighting of joy in the departing
It is a frequent death. Three every
hour go thiough its gates in our land.
It is an early death. Few drunkards
live out half their days.
It is an unimented death. ,I'm glad
he is gone, it the common saying, as the
bell announces the solemn event. Even
his family look for comfort, now lhe is
Let it be soberly 'contemplated
1. By the moderate drinker-It may
2. By the vender-le has filled the
bottle and done the deed.
8. By the magistrate-He signed the
4. By the heedless parent. It may
yet be the death of his own son.
5. If not too late, by tle drunkard
himself. And 0 let him escape, as for
Habits hurries him onward,
Appetite hurries him onward,
Sickness hurries him onward,
The vender hurries him onward,
The devil hurries him onwad,
But, 0, his end I
Stop, poor drunkard, stop and think
Before it be too late !
DEATH Oi A QUAKER LADY.-There
is a beautiful story told of a pious old
lady who was much addicted to smok
ing tobacco. She had indulged heiself
in this habit until it increelsed so much
upon her that she not only smoked her
pipe a large portiun of the day, but fre
quently sat- up in bed foi this purpose
in the night. After one of these noc
turnal entertainments she fell asleep,
and dreamed that she died, and ap
proached heaven. Meeting an angel,
she asked him if her name was written
in the book of life.-He disappeared,
but replied upon returning that lie
could not find it. - .1
'Oh,' said she, 'do look again ; it
must be there.'
He examined again. but retained
with a sorro%ful face, saying. 'It is not
1Oh,' said . she in agony, 'it must be
there. I have the assurance it is there!
Do look again.'
r The angel was moved to tears by her
entreaties,, and again left,her.to. renew
his search. -Alter a long' absence, he
came back, his face radiant with joy,
- We ha~vefound zt,--but-& ' at so
clonde&gith tobacco smoke, that we
coudirlyjsee ,lt!' - -
SThe ivoman,.upo:a. wakng, immedi
ately threw-her pip.e away, .and,never
indulged in smokinig>after. -
.WHAT THOtt DoEST,. DO QUICKLLY.
Quick, young man ! life, is'short. A
great work is bcfore you, and you have
no time-to lose. If you would succced in
business, win.your way to honor, and
save your soul, you must work quickly.
The sluggard dies. The wheels of time
roll over him, and crush him while he
sleeps. Aim high, and work har d, Life
is worth the living, death wvorihy the
dying, because wor th gaining.
-Quick, ye men of might, 'in the road
of life ! Your life is more titan half
gone already. You are going down the
hill, and the shadows begin to fall around
you. If ye have oughit to do befoie
you die, do it quickly. The morning
has fled, mid.day has passed and night
Quick, ye aged men, quick! Once
ye thought three-score years and ten to
be an endless time,'and that they could
never pass away. They have come,
they have gone-man what have they
left? The days of pleasure are past,
and the days of darkness are here.
Have you left any wvork undone? Have
yoi come to infirmities, and trembling,
with no preparation for death 1' Ah,
quick, ye aged father and gray bearded
sires. ' Already are the messengers of
death beginning to render their services
to bring you to the sepulchres of your
fathers. With the feeble remnants of
existance struggle for H-eaveg. Work,
pray, seek nhile .Iife lingers, mercy
waits, and God is gr acious.
The following is and old Joe, but as
it conmes in a new dress, we think it
will bear preserving:
If dis tail comes out.-T wo darkies
in the west went out to hunt possums,
etc., and by accident found a large cave,
with quite a small entrance. Peeping
in, they discovered three young bear
whelps in the interior. "Look heah,
Sam," said one, "while I go in dar,
and gets de y->ung bars, you just watch
heah for de old bar." Sam got asleep
in the sun, when opening his eyes, he
saw the old bear scouring her way into
the -cave. Quick as wink he caught
her by the tail, and held on like blazes.
"Hello dar," said Jumbo, in the cave,
"hello, dar, Sam, what dark de hole.
dar 1" "Lor bress. you, Jumbo, save
yourself, honey. if dis tail coma out,
you'll find out what dark de hole!"
A Yankee down east- has invented a
specific for gold hunte~rs which he calls
"California Gold Grease." The seek
er after gold is to grease himself well,
lay down on the top of b hill, and then
roll to the bottom. The gold dust, and
"nothing else," will stick. to him.
Price,. $94.pet box. -
Loer.n.ike ho kneat...mneh . talked 'of.
T HR Subscriber respedtfully-inorms is
friends -and 'tbe public at largd,that
he still has chargi of the above. Hotel, and
takes this method to inform oneand all, that
in consideration 'of the hrd times, he- has
seduced his terms ofBoarding;toi the follow
og reduced rates, for Cash only.
RATES oT oARVINg.
M-an and hore per day $1 26
. Man per day,
Fo: Breakfast, Dinner, Supper,
or Lodging, single, each 25 -
Horse per day,
single Feed, 25
The Subscriber ret6rne iis n *ks to the
community at large, for past favorr atfd- go
licits a share of tie same.
Feb.21 tf 5
COLUMBIA, g. C.
HE undersigned wishes to inform the
T public that he has moved from the Amer
ican Hotel to the PALETTo Hio'isz (upposite
the State House,) which le histoken entirely
on his own account, and' Abj, he would be
plpased to see his for mer patrons, and all others
who may be pleased to call olihim. And to
those of his acquaintaices -he4oiid say, that
they will be made~ not less~coinfortable than
heretofore; and to strangers,-call-and try the
An Omnibus will'always be.kpt in readiness
at the Rail Road Depot,.to oo ey pissengers
to this House.
.Jan. 31, 2m .:. 2
AVING bought ,out terest. of A
BuarNsiDEs in i 4 Business,
lately carried on under fPunbar -4
Burnsidas, I take this ,Peml. afor~ming the
friends and customers of the bu
siness is continned by s my own
account. I have now .@n't Aarge and
well assorted Stock, -.iwb iJi added
such addiitional supplies 6i7 fcusto
mers may require. .lalers r isiting
this Market ave respActll) :tezanine
my stock, as it may .e 4i esto do.so
before putchasing else where
In addition to my fornii' stock, I am
now receiving by Railr3aand ver,'the "f
47 Hlids. St. Croix, Porto 6,t_ and N. 0.
25 Bbls.No I Clarified Sag
70 " Superior CofreeS ul
5 " and 5 boxes Lou. and Pow.
West India and New OrfeLn 61aies,
175 Bags Rio, Laguariiid aJt 0affee,
400 Sacks'of Sail t.
75 barrels Mkrels. .
'60 boxes fine. Cheese,
125 'kgs of Nailu and Brids,
40000 lbs. Sweed6s Iron-allsizek
Band Iron Geran-anCastf8ieell
Wagon Boxes, ~~ :
100boxe Wiiidow Gluss-i
4500 o6nds'Whaite fIAd; e4 MilIr
2 birrels Linseed 'Oil,
liitchers Boots, Brogans itnd Ilie's Shoes,
20 pair Fine Bed Blankets,
Keuseys, Osnaburge,, Shirtin nd Sheetings,
2 cases Prints-all patterns.
Paitnted Buckets and Tubs;
Brassbound Bucket.< and Wjr eeves,
3000 pounds. Sole Leather, pper Leather,
300 pounds oak tanned ILea,
40 kegs Dupont's and KentK Rifle Pow~der;
35 quarter kegs, . dO
125 hags Shot.
300 pieces Bagging,-.
200 Coils of Rope,
1000 pounds Twine, -
Lead. Blue~stone, Indig,Co rae,
Chewing Tobacco-assO lities,
Sugar Canus, Measure ~ r,Bpee, Gm-*
ger, Cane seat Chairs,. nl, ae Seat
Rocking Chairs, and may- 'eiarticlets th,o
tedious to enumerat;
Hamburg, S. C. Feb-910 226 5
STATE OF SOT~i ARiOLINA,
EDGEFIELD.$ I RICT.
BY JOH N H ILL, $sqg Ordinary of
Whereas Jno. W. Summuer hath apiplied
to me for letters of adiiinistration, de
bnes non hn all and singurlar the goods and
chattlee, rights and crediso-., A. Moore,
late of the District aforesaid, deceased.
These are, therefore,.to cite and admon
islh all and singular, the liiired and credli
tors of the said deceased, u be snd appear
beore me, .at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said Disttict, to be holden at Edge
feld Court Hotuse on the- second day of
April next, to show catise, if any, why
the sai.d administration) should ntot be
Given under my hand'and seal, this 19th
day of March, in' the year of our-Lord
one thousand .eight hunared and forty.
ine, and in the seven.ty-third year of
JOHN HILL, 0. E. D.
March, 21 1849, 42t 10
Brought to the Jail
OF this District, on the 9th instant, a
~negro man, who says his name is JA R
RETT, and that he belongs to Mr, Benjamin
Rice, living within four miles of Union Court
House. Said fellow..says he is a blacitemith,
and has a very large scar on his left arm, just
below his elbbw, causedby a burn; lie also
has a large dark spot 0o' mobo covered with
hair, on the lower part of the left cheek.
He is about five feet'siz'andl half inches high,
between 25 and 28'yearu'of age and light
compexion. - --
Tbe owner is requested to coma forward,
prove property, pay charges and take him
away, or he will-be dealt with as the law
disects. ' . 'A. H. BURT, s.E. D.
-*March18, 1849 - * tf $
New Boot and Shoe
W H ERE Gentleme's~ Boots and Shoes
are' made in a most superior style of lit
Gentlemen wanting cork soled; double soled,
water proof, walking, dra e, patent leatiher.
and a fino. pmp soled-- OOTS, need but
leave their o dera with tie' ubscriber.
The Great Remedyfor Jheumatism, Gout, Pain
in the Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints,
Seroftda, King's Evil, White Swellings, Hard
Tumors, Stif Joints, and all Fixed Pains
Where this Plaster is Applied,
PAIN CANNOT E-XIST.
A gentleman in the Sodth or Europe and,
Pales, ine, in 1830, heard so much said in the
latter place in favor of JEW DAVID'S PLAS
TER; a'hd of the'(ag he considered) niraculous
cures he had performed, that lie was induced
to try it on his own persbon, for a Long and
Liver Affection, the removal of which had been
the chief object of his journey, but which had:
resisted the genial and delicious clime.
He accordingly applied a plaster on the right
of his chest where the pain Was seated,inother
bettveen the ihoulders, and one oyer the region
or the liver. In the mean time he diank freely
of an herb tea of laxative qualities. He soon
found his health improving,. and in a fe weeks
his cough left hiim'; the valowndss'vr his skin
disappeared, his pain was removed, a'-d Isis
heallh became permanently reiterated.
The following is from Mr. Worstel, 'editor
of the Massillion Gazette, Ohio.
"Gentlemen-During last winter and sp6ig,
I was so troubled with a pain in breiast as to
render me unfit for the duties of my office:
and hearing your JEW DAVID'S or HE
BREW PLASTER highly recommended for
similar cases, I was induced to give it a trial. I
had worn a plaster upon my breast but a short
time, when all pain left me, and I was enabled
again to engage in the labors of the office. I
would also state, that my sister, residing in
Steubenville in this State,.has received inuch
benefit froin its use.
Yours, truly, J. P. WORSTELL."
Mtsillon, Nov. 12,1843.
It has been very beneficial in cases of Weak
ness, such as Pain and Weakness in the stom
ach, Weak Limbs, Lameness, Affection of the
Spine, Female Weakness, &c. No female,
subject to pain or weakness in the back or
sides, should be without it. Married ladies in
delicate situations. find great relief from con
stantly wearing this plaster.
. The applicption of the Plaster between the
shoulders has been found a certain remedy for
Colds, Coughs, Phthijic and Lung Affections,
in their primary stages. It destroys inflamma4
tion by perspiration.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
CaUTo.-The- Stibscribers are the only
General Agents in the Suithero States fui the
ale of this trily 'valuable Plaster; and ir, order
to ireveti purehasers being imposed upon by
a counier(eit rticle, sold in this tity and else;.
where. for the genuine, they invite particular
attention to the following uiirks o'f the Genuine:
Ist.-The genuine in put up in s6iooth, en
gine turned bottomed boxes, 6ot 6ldi d it.
2d -The genuine has the engraved head of
ew David on the directions, around the box;
with accompaning record of .Coirt to E.
Taylor, R.ohistin, -.
67 SCOVIL. & MEAb, Chirrev Street,
rWhlealenral Agennts fr the,SiiihrA
So~ld also; Wholesale and Retail by
J0OHN D; CHASE, Apothecarnes H*flage
i ,ield Court House, S. C., arso, by
H AVILAND & RISL,EY, and J. BARNETT
&r CO., Augustq, Georgia.
Feb 14,1849 ly .d4
HASTINGWS 'COMPOUND SYRUP OF
OT only a pocitive but a warranted chre
Nfor consumption" and all diseases of the
lungs. This medicine las decided the dispie
about the culability of conisumption, and satis
tied the medical facualty and all wh6 halVe used
it, that consumption and all affections uf the
lungs can not only be cured, bt they arc aS e&
ily- and simply cured, as almost any of the dis"
orders to which the human frame is liable.
The operation of a single bottle, which doess
$1, is sufficient 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 inRfuence in arresting and
eradicating the malady by the i.nmediate relief
which it affoirds. This is no quack or secl'et
remedy. Dr. Hastings. its dIscoverer, ma one of
the most eminent physicians of the age, and
has made a full disclosure of its history, and all
its component parts to the world, not wishing
to incur the responsibility of confining to him
self, for the sake of g:tofit, a secret which was
calculated to do such universal good. And
such has been the wonderful result of its pe
rations, that the Loiidon Laneet, Md .cal
Times, and the mo't eminent physicians of both
hemispheres, are anxiously calling upon sbffer
ers to have immediate recourse to it, and pico
cliing. that of all known medicine, it alone
has positively established its efficacy by unde"
uiiale proofs of curing consumption and all oth'.
er diseases of the,lungi
For sale at.the Apothsecary Hall by*
. 3 . D. C HASE,
Price 81 per bottle.
December 6 1846 12m 46
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Afdrew Shealy, and '
Elizabeth Murphy, .Bill for decotut
vs. ~ . and
Felix E. Bodie, anid Itransfer offunds
James Murphey. )
I T appearing to .my satisfaction that
James Murphy, one of the defendants
i this case, resides from and beyond the
limits of this State. On motion of Mr.
Jones, Comp'l Sol'r. it is ordered that thme
said-James Murphy do appear and plead,
answer or demur, to the said bill of cons
plaint, within three Months from the pub.
lication hereof, or the said bill wvill be Ia
ken pro confreso againist him.
*S. 8. TOMPKINS, c. n:. L. b.
-Commissioner's Office, Jan. 17, 1849.
Jan. 24 . 3m 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
iN THE COMMON PLEAS.
David Stalnaker, for 3
. H. Hughes,. - Dedaration in
Wi. L. Cocran.J
TH E plaintiff in the above case having this
U.day filed his declaration in my office,
and tho- defendant having neither wife nior at
tore, known to reside within the limits of
this State, on whom a copy of said declatation,
with a rule to plead, can be served, On motion
of Mr. Wardlaw, PlaintiffPs Attorney it is
ordered, that the said delendant appear atnd
plead to the said declaration, within a year and a
day, from the date hereof, .or judgment will be
awvarded against hint by default.
TUHO.. 0. BACON. Clerk.
C'O MPOIUND EX TRA C T OF
SIi S A I? J FULL A,
rh inost eztraordinary Medicine in the World.
0:y-This Extra'e is put up in quart bottles;
tis six times chealier, plegsanter, and war
antea superior to any sold. it cures with
tt vomiting, purging, sickening, or debilita,
ing the Patent.
'l he great beauty aid superiority of this
arsaparilla over all other Thedicine is, that
#bile it eradicatesdiiease, it invigorates the
)ody. It is one of the Very beat
PRING AND 4UMMER MEDICININES
Ever known; it not cnly purifies tie whole
ystem, and 'strengthens the persdn, but it
:reates new, pure and rich blood ;- a power
)ossessed by no other medicine. And in this
ics the grand secret of its wonderful success.
t has performed within the last five years,
nore than 100,000 cures of severe cases of
lisease; at least 15,000 were considered in
:urable. It has saved the lives of more than
5,000 childien during the past season.
10,000 Casesof General Debility and
Vranl'of Nervous Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Strsaparilla invigorates the
vhole system permardently. To those who
ave lost their muscular 'energy 'by the use
)f medicirte -or indiscretion 'conimitred in
routh-, or the excessive irdulgenee of the pas
fions, aild brought on a general pbysical*pros.
ration of tho nervous system, lassitude, want
f ambition, fainting sensationb, premature
lecay and 'aecline, hastening '6ivrds that
ratal discase.'Consumption, can Ve 'entitely
restored by this pleasant remedy. .''his Sar
4 parilla is far superior to any IN'VIGORA
rIN CORDIAL, as it removes and invigo
rates the syste'n, gives a'ctivity to the limbs,
nd strength to the muscular sjtem, in a
moat extraordinary degree.
Cleanses and Strengthens. Consumption can De
cured, Bronchitist, Consumptioi, Liver com
plaint, Colds, Catarrh, Coughs, Asthma, Spit.
ting of Blood, Soreness in the chest, Hectic
Flush, Night Sweats, Dificult or Profuse &.
pectoration, Pain in the Side, &c. hasem
and can be cured.
- This is only one of more than 4,000 cases
>f Rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsa
parilla has cured. The most severe and
chronic cases are. weekly eradicated by itb
James Cummings, Esq., '6ne '6f th alib.
ants in the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell's is.
land, is the gentleman spoken of in the fol
Dr. Townsend, Dear Sir: I have suffered
terribly for nine years with the Rheumatism;
dohsiderable of the time I could not eat, slee p
5r walk. I ha'd th6.utmost distressing pains
and my limbs were terribly sw'olfh. .I hav'e
sed four bottles 6f yoor SaisaparillM, and
they have done mb nroe than bne thouand
lollars worth of g'dod. I a'i so hqch bit
er-indeed, Iam tntirely llievled., You are
t liberty to use this for the 'en'efit'6f the af
licted% - Yours respectfully,
'IS! FITS1. FITS!-..
' b T wnsend n t hvib eYte d h*e aoa
>arilla ib casesf oFitge~f c'odsis newerrecoia
mrended-it, abd was surpriKed7to rejeive the
blIowin-frd ant lntilligentud respectablti
aunbr in Wesfcheuter co0nty:
ioionan Anu.g. 4,6i.3
Dr. TohrianU, Dear Sir-:-li hte'- alitt
irl seven y'ears of mae, who has b'eln beve'ral
ears afflicted with Firs; we tried almoarev'e
yting for hier, but .without success; at last,
athough we could Eind ho kebommendation
n bur circulars for cases like hers-, we tho't
s she was in very delicate health, wb wbuld
give her some .of your Strsaparilla, and ar'e
ery glad we did, for it has hot bnly iestored
er strength, but she has had tie return of
he Fits, to our great pleasub ahid surp'rise.
She is fast becoming rugged and hearty. foh
which we feet grat ful. Yours, respetfully,
AOHN BUTLER, Ir.
b'EMA Lt MEDiClNE!
iPr. Townsend's Sarsiparilla is a aoVeYeign
ad speedy cure for Incipient Contumption,
Barreness, Prelapsus Uteri, or falling oif th'e
womb, Piles, Leucorrwa, or Whites, obstrub.
on or difficult Meonstrutatiob1 Incontinence
f Urine, or invtilunar.y dihtharge thbreofs
nd for the general protration of the systems
o rnaler whether the result of inherent
ause, produced by irregularity, illness or ace
ident. Nothing can be more surprising than
ts invigorating effects on the human frame.
Persons all weakness and lassitude, froni tak
ng it, at once become robust and full of en
rgy under its influence. It immediately
:ountracts the neryeilessness of the female
rame, which is the great cause of barrenees
t will not be expected of ursb in cases of so
delicate a nature, to exhibit certificates of
ures performed but we can assure the afflic
ed, that hundreds of cases have been report,.
ad to us; thousands of cases w.here families|
ave beers without children after using a few
bottles of this invaluable medicines have
been blessed with flne1 healthy offspring.
Great Blessing to .Muthers and Children.
It is the saat and most effectual inedicine
or purifying the system, and relieving the
sufferings attendant upon childbirth ever dis
covered. In strengthens both the mother and
child, prevents pain and disease, increases
and enriches the food, and those who have
used it, think it is indispensable. It is highly
useful both before and after confinement, as
it prevents diseases attendant upon childbirth.
In Costivencsa, Piles, Cramps, Swelling ot
the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn. Vomit..
ing, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains,
H emorarhage, and in regulating the Se'cre
tions and equalizing the circulation it has no
equal. The great beauty of this Medicine
is, it is always safe, and the most delicate
use it most successtully,
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Townsend is almost daily receiving or
ders from Physicians in different parts of rte
This is to certify that we, the undeteigned
Physicians of the City of Albany, have in
numerous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's
Sarsaparilla, and believe it. to be ene of the
most valuable preparatIons in the market.
H. P. PKYLIII, M1. D.
J. WVur.soiv, M1. D).
R. B. BaRIOG, '-M. D.
P. E'EMusZerV, M. D.
Albany, A pril 1, 1847.
Owing to the great success and immense
sale of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a nusus
ber of men who were.formerly. our -Agents,
have cmmenced making Sarsaparilla Ex
tracts, Elixir, Bitters, Extracts of Yellow
Dock, &c. They generally put it up in the
same shape bottles, and some of themi have
stole and copied our advertisements; they
are only worthleas'imitationa and shoukf be
For sale in Edgefleld at the Dave jxa
1 I 849 )t4 gen -
Dr. Rogers mp- COM
A SAFE and certain cure forC
TION OF TH E:LUNGS8pJ i
Blood, CongA, Colds, Ast'iPaia
Side, Bronchitis, [looping Cough and
monary Affections. -
Extracts from Certifcates which c'l sbmen
in full by calling up n the Agent
Mr. A. L. &cil.-Havin
with a most distressing.Cough,-ntii
became affected to such a
continually spitting blood; a414
the cart. of vn able.phylirianiwitlliisi
any relief until I.procured a.boitle ofVr[
ger's Liverwort and Tar, which.ssto
health in a very shoat time.
Cincinnati. Nov. 5 1844.
From the-Hon.. Jud4e William liig
Postmaster ofthe City.ofCincinanatifi
than twenty years.
The statemeit of Justice Finehlait
the fullest confidence of the public. jea illy"
corraborate what he hiti said,- havii thW .
medicine myself with the most d
Cincinflati, Aug. 12, 1845.,',,
A aENARKAI C6n9 1 CXSsU?no
Mr. Scout-I was .tken withX is1 -
trea cough; and my lung b
eased that I bled in a short time saem4tif
I was-reduced so low that all of -
and even my physicians, thought finui
Consmption: My brother hari
rMarkable cures made by Dr. RogsNbZPi .
wort and Tar, procured abotl, ab6 bef
had taken one alfof it, it seemed toi WA
very seat of the disease.- I raised iaije, a
tity of phlegm and matter, -and mpew a
stop'Ped as by a charm. And by- Its s7 u
reatdred to perfect health.- .
Bworn to-kiA subsenbed thmi6h(lib-Noe.w
H. E. Sztza,.Mayor ;Ci'
[Etract from :a Letter from the 'Rev. etr
Mr. A. L.o mO-Ai Dr; '&X
wort and Tar has been.tie,tuean
1hycompanion lfom aiebitegra
feel VWft tU6 oagadon %o- ive' my Inms e
to the'circulation of so'ralnule a medidn ,
Patriot, Galia co-, 0 , Dde, 23,1846.- 7 '
I have been the family pman. of; 0 41
Wiseman for the last twelve arm-sd ' W.'.
that time Mrs Wisetan ha .ffeig
frot diafet langs.. And SuallyalItheI'sympr1
to lf ulMnary Ganajitio'on..1,s:n
All esualat: Ydied. tthiae.ha -
osassenced usit Dr. Rdftgi Liver*et'ani
Tar. It c6d like a' tharm.'r in -feW-niayJW
she diclared WrWf lisearly r iaren -
doubt of its virtues, anid would ehierfullyr. -
commend it to persns amiftfd-with 4seaed
fungb. ..-0. R-. WILSONS,3..;
Ptridt, Oalria'hodsly, OIhio. -C
Bgias et tzars.
N. N.-The genniu aticle isjigned
drei6 Rogers," on the e t6ed wp r
$5. Sold woleMle And retaii
State of South CaroIihIe *
kN THFE CUAMMON ?LE4A *
C. .Goodezn, Delrteni'L
Chales HallJ AV~J*i
Richrd Coleni:nf, D*ikrati is Afni -
Ityram Kay. Mvust
T H E P,antiffs in thein titses hating Sled~
their declarations resitely in-my
Office, and the Defendants hkin n ivife'or'
attorney huioWn to ha-*Ilhit' iWs-State, on
whom a copy of the declulratioll with.a-rnIetto
plead. could be served. It is oi.dated, thar the
said Defendants do sever'ally plead. to theo-de
claratitils against them respechitely, within'a
year and a day frmt, .jttdgdet wil be award
ed against then.
Tit,h' OOS., 0.ACON,.Clerk. -
Clahi Olee 29h,Sept. 1848. .
Ot 4 4tq j
STATE OF SOUT)I CAROLINa.
t)avid La Curtiu, DECr,ANATSEr
VAtsrM. - ,-AT N
$. & Sa Bones, & Co.) Dacz,A.aArzoIr
A. B. Church & Ce. .ATTAcasEtar
THE Plaintiffs in the above stated cues,
haigthis day filEd their Declarations
imyOffice, and 'the Defendafnts'bg
neither wife nor -Attorney, knowin to rsd
within the limits of this State,on whomaop
ita of said Declarations with rule. t16 ed,
can be served on motion'of M. Gray ~ttor..
ny for Plaintiffs'; ordered that -a fenbd
ants appear and plead to said declatat]ci,,
within a year and a day from the'date beulo.f,
or judement will be given againt.himt by
dac. TlOS. 0. BACON,- c.s H .
Clerk's 0ffice, 27th Nov. 1648. --
Nov. 29 1y.. e-d; 4 -
State. of. South Calei a!
iN T HE COMJJON?WS
Kenick & Thayer, J '*~
T'U HE Plainiffinl this case, hivin his day
. led hia Declaration in my o.fce,-ad
he Defendant havin neitherwifenoratrrney,
knowto reside withn the limits of thliStat..
nonwhom a copy of the, saijI DEcliatio
waru2le to pi ,Conid be uerved.'~-Onmo.
tinof T. G. Ke,,Attorn'y Tor Plainifeo
dered that the.said .Defenntappearumidjad
to said Declaration Wihifn-a year sand . da
from the date hereof, or -in default thero
judgment will he entered againstin.:.
Clerk's Office; EdgeSeld C. H-,Nov 35,14.
Nov.22 '13 - -6 4
HE above reward wiUbli or the.
apprehension and'deli' 'of.yWi''
man named APP or APPLIN Ge Ja /
of Edgefeld, or to. ipyseff- li hs cotifessed
tht he murderd mny:Wife . noe 4Isig
sconded. Said fellow is about thirt tears oft- -
age,flfeet8 or10 inches high. atraigt of rdi. -~
nary size, a little copper cooed tmnwe.Y
when spoken to; had-onwbei he-.left'lakrewn
frock coat and black hat.;liehad,ehdesUIrd o
his chin, one :of his legs is sor ah
swollen. : Said fellow ,ana y-ihitl I