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Tte Bride's FareveR&
3B7 MRS. HEMDANA9.
Why do I weep ?-o leave the vine
Whose clusters o'er io bend
Th'e myrtle-yei oh! callt mine !
The flowers ~luvo to tend.
A ihousand thougfits of c11 things dear
Like shadows o'er ine sweep;
I Jeave, my sunny chilhood here,
O, therefore 1e me weep!
I leave a Sister! we have playcd
Through many a joyous hour,
Vreri-the silvery green or the olive shade
Hung dim o'er fount and bower.
Yes, thou and 1, by stream, by shore,
In song, in prayer, in sleep,
Have been as we may be no more
Kind Sister, let ine weep !
I. leave thee, Father! eve's bright moon
Must now light other feet,
Wit h'the gathered grapes, ned lyre in tune,
Thy homeward steps to grcet.
Thou, in whose voice, to bless thy child,
Lay tones or love sn deep,
Whose eyes o'er all amy youth hath smiled,
t leave thee! let.me wee p !
lother ! I leave thee! on thy breast
Pouring out joy and wo,
I have found that holy place of rest
Still changeless-yet I go !
Lips that have lulled oe with you strain,
Eyes that have-wached my sleep
Will earth give love like your3 a-tin ?
Sweet mother ! let ine weep!
o Come to the Mountains.
1;T WILLIAMI WALCUTT.
O 'oi'e ta the iountains,
There're are hoary and old,
And stand up like giatts
So starely and hold ;
The dark moss of ages
Clings fast to the sides,
Where storms spend their fury,
And the hurricane rides.
'0 c'bme 'to the mountains,
,They have stood through all time,
IHave heard ages death toll
And great changes chime;
They tell you long stories
Of earth when 't was young,
And legends unchronicled
Dy histcry's tongee.
O come to the mouataios.
Their rocky peaks stand
Like faithful Sight watchers,
To guard the low land;
They catch.in their strong arms
*The chill winter's breath
And break the rough tempest
From the valley beneath.
PrAYtKG TiHE DEVtL.-WeC were a
good deal amused at an uncdote ne
heard the other day, of a cei tain prea cher
limits of old Kenuky. He had preach,
-ed in his parish many years, and of
course run shot t of' the eloqluence so
much needed to' keep his hearers awak
and astonished. Let himt preach ever
so well now, it ma~de no dit'eren ce, they
had got used to hinm and used to sleep -
ing; and sleep they would, to his great
annoyance,. At last lie hit upon an
expedient to biing 'cam tip standing, as
the sayiug is. H o pa octured a small tin
Wiistle, which I~e took wihh hint into
thie pn!pit, and after takir~g hais text anid
"blaizing aw1ay" until hiis lungs were
sore and his heatrers all comtfortably
dozinig and nodding approval to eacha
other, heo suddenly drew it forth and
gave a shrill toot-a-toot In an intstant
the whlole c.ngregtion wias awake and
tUpon their feet, starinig at the minister,
at each other, tand wondainitg what in
the name of' pickles and humtan natmae,
as Sam Slick says, was to come next.
-'You're a .set of' smart specimtens of'
htumantity, an't youl" said the divineo
wvhistler, as he slowly gazed arounitd oan
his astonishted assemablage. "Whien I
preach the Gospel to yon, you all go to
sleep ; but tho'moment I go to playing
the devil, you're all wvidet a-.ake, tup anid
a coming like a rush of harnet with a
po!c in their nest !"
CUrTIN IT Snon-r.-A certaiat bar
ber, who was possessed of great powers
tof''gab," Used to atmase his custonmers
with his long yarns w hile he mantipulat
ed their heads and faces. One day an
old codger came in, took his seat, and
ordered a shtave atnd hair cut. rThe
barber went to wvork, and begatn, at the
same time, one of his long stor ies, to th~e
no little dissatisfaction of the old gentle
mail, whlo, bccomsiag irritated at the
"Cut it short."
"Yes," sair," said the b-uber, con
tinuing the yarn until then chd centleman
agn sang out, "Cut it shtor t !
"Yes sir,"-clipping a wa y, and gab
bing the faster.
"Cut it short, cut -it short, I say," said
the old gent.
"Yes sir," said the bat ber, going on
with his story,
'-Will you cut it short, blast you!"
bawled the oI genat itn a rage'.
"Can't sir," said the barber, "for if
you look in the. glass, you'il see that I've
cut. it all of."
And to his horror, npnn lookine itt
the glass. the old gent found his hiair all
cut from his l.ead ?
'Guilty, or not gtuilty ?' asks d thec
Dutch Justicc. 'Not guilty'.' 'Dun vat
AT TtE NEw Yorm AND PUILADELPHIA
.Chcap Cash Store.
UST receive-1 per Steaner Sonutherner
S anad Cotlubus, part Of the Stock,
20 Cases of .\lerchandafize, consisting in part of
123 piuces Furnituro and Mourning Puints,
500 PicLcA of Calicoes from 4 cents to 18j ets.
Colored Lawn 1-4. and Muslins from 12j to
50 cents, a large nasortment.
200 Pirces Bleached ad Unbh ached Ilome
spuns tiom 5 cents to 18.1, By the piece very
Dleached and Unbleached Tablo Cloihs, per
10 dizen Linen Caibti. Handkerchiefe, 3 for
25 cents Unly.
25 doz. Linen C'anbric Hardkerchiefs from 12
to r 0 cents.
A very large .ssortment of' Plain and Figured
Cambric, Jaconcit and Book .1uslins, from
121 ceints, up higher.
Bedticken from 10 cents: up higher, and a great
variety of' Goods, all of which will be sold at
a very small advance for cash.
160 l'ieces of Ribbons, latest style.
BONNETS SPRIGS & WREATHS
5 Cases jnsit opened. consisting in pat of
l.dwi, Leglhoirn, Lace, fattcy Misscs, Jinny
Linds. Bonnets, etc. etc,
J E W E L I Y.
Gold plain, clrsed and stone Rings. an exten
sive assurtiuent of Ladies and Misses Gold
lircastuins, Braceleis, Silver Combs, Gold
Pencits with and without Gold Pena3. Silver
Pencils with Gold Pens, etc., all of which
G R 0 C E I I E S.
1 lid. of elegant 11 ow n Sunnr, I1 Ibs. for 81.
1 " " -2lbs.fot1.
1Wo Cofie, 11 lbs fur 81.
fiest N. 0. Moltsses, 311 cents per Gulloni,
lAmi, Ouii, $1 per Gallon.
Dt-..t Wine Vinegar, 314""
M artkerel 4 for 25 cts.
Best Port Wines by the Bottle, Lemon Syrrup
tand Cordials. J. COHN.
fia conclusion, the undersigned would re
spectfully remnd the conminity that he has
now a splendid Stock on hand, and will be
able to give satisfaction to all who may fa-.
vor him with a call, and as CASH is not so
plentiful cith him as GOODS, he would be
%cry happy to make an exchange, and offers
such inducements as cannot fail to please all
who are in favor of buying Cheap for CASH.
Great Bargains tnay be expected as he will
positively sell Cheaper than the Cheapest.
March 23 3t 10
New Goods, New Goods.
TII IE Subscribers are now receiving their
Stock of' S P R I N ard 8 U M 31 - R
G 0 0 ) S, which were purchased mry loo
for Cash, and cotsequently can and trill be sold
accordingly. Atonust which are thu fUlowirg:
Rich P- de Soi Siiks:
Do. Cauie!ian do
Do. DYrocade Stlipe' do
Ex. do. Diagonal Plaid do black,
Itich Plnin Ulack Silks,
Sup. 1k, Plai 'Col'd and Plaid Bareges,
Do. Plain and Figured Tiasnet,
Emb. Brochsa Swiss Muslin Dresses,
Very rich Blk and Col'd Brocha Lawns,
Large lot Puiuted Lnas froi 15 to 20d
New style Jaconet and Orgaiid;c Mulins,
Do. do. Silk and Linen Ginhams,
Beautilfil lot Summer Ginghamus fiottm
12.t to 25 cents per yard
Latest Style of Laitii, s Collars atnd Cntirs,
Umion and Linen Drill f'romz 23 c ts to $1,
Frensch, Sutmmenr Cassimuer and Cloths,
Sup. English Drapis D'Ete fr 75 ets. to $2
New style Pur Dimrity, withi Fritnges to
Plain. Phd~d atnd Stripe Cottoad-al'.
Pillow Case Unei :and Apran Cheeks,
(Geo. Nankeetns anad II. E. Diaiper;,
Silk arid Can:ton Umb'rellers, l'arosols antd
All astyles aind prices Tickings fr 10 to 20.
Djo .." "lleachaed and brao Sheet..
inzs add Shirtinog< f'raom 4I to 415.
Altl et lks anad prices Czalicos. f ram 15:to 25
All q't:aities and prices bso anid blk Table
if a mask,
All quialities and prices Cottont, Linen and
Silk I's in;:es & laottons, ihr Ladlies dresss
Cel'd ai Whlitea Cat. Milk a& Kid Giovecs,
bl~irs.is anal Slk Vertitngs,
Llt'leae andl crown Ca, onn Drills,
larlbioro and Sladrting Str ipes,
Osnazburgs and Factori' Striues attd Yartes.
Swis.-. Alnill, llook,'Plaid'anid Jaconet
Aiugusta 7-8 and 4 41 brown Shtirtings and
Comp jlete assoartment of Children and La
.'Any quantity and qgnalty of half Hleso antd
liasiery. &a:. & e.
W~hich otnr friends andl ac'quaintances, arid
ersons vi-uiting Ilamnbnirg foar the tpurpiose of
m ingia Goadi, :are invsiitedf to call antd take a
oa'k and judhge for thaemaselves. as we feel confi..
entt they w~ill ilat it to their tnte-rest
JACKSON & KINCEILEY.
hlamburg. 'lurch, I11) '2m 9
STiATlE OF SOU'lhl CAROLINA
CH ARLESTJON D/S TRLICT1.
Christina C. Jones, )
Ann C. Dow"les, Admnisitrator,|
E ante of Joahn TP. Baaniles,
Tihomaas C. Boiwels, Wm i. T.
II ien'rinmas, tatnd Elvira his|
wile, Charles S. Allen ahd I
Jas. B. Allen. )
N OTICE is herebay given that lby 'ir
Itie of a decree cal Chanctelliar Dur.kitn,
it this case, I shall sell for cash, at Edge
fiehel Court [louse, on T hursaday the. 19th
tay of A pril next, one Lot ohf land situated
it the Village of Edgefiehal on the Streets
leading to Columbia arnd the Pine llouse,
ad atdjoining thie lot now occupied bty
S'aiid Laot of land wvill be0 sold as the
Estate of Jaohn T. Bowles, dec'd., the itle
o whom, for said Lot, is lost or' mnislaid,
but is undisputed.
,A MES WV. GCR AY,
Master in Equity.
Master's Office, Chartleston, Marcht 2.
March 241, 184 9 4o J0
lIE above reward wvill be giv'en for thre
.B apprehterision and de'livery of tmy tne'gro
mai n am ~ied AP5P or APPLING to the Jailor
,al Edgefield, car to myself, lie has con fessed
hi to eum deredl my Wife, and has since rib.
scodced. Said fellow is about thirty yertrs oh
age. 5 feet 8 car 10 inches high. straaigt, of ordi
ary size, au little copper colored, st-memners
wh'len spoke'n to;t had otn wh'en lie left a brown
Ircck cat an bttlac~k hat; lie hand lonig heard ott
sis chini, cane of his legs is sore and much
swcllan. Said fellow raunaway ott the 24th
of February. R1 0E
'i cr-w 7,1. I., tn' 7
1 LIE Subscriber respectfully 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 times, he has
teduced his terms oflBoarding, to the follow
ng reduced rates, for Cash only.
RATES OF BOARDING.
Alan and horse per day, $1 25
Aan per day, 75
Foi 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
H AVING bought out the interest of A
Bt'5ssins in the Grocery Business,
lately carried on under the firm of Dunbar &
Birnau':s, I take this method of informing the
friends and customers of the firn, that the bu
siness is continned by nyself, and on my own
accoint. I have now oil hand a large and
well assorted Stock, tao which will be added
such adliional supplies as the watnts of custo
iers may require. 'lantiers aii others visiting
this Market are respectfully invited to exaiiao
mily stock, as it may be to their interest to do so
before pichasing elsewhere.
In addition tit ny former large stock, I am
now rev.'iving by Ralrad and River, the fol
47 hlids, :. Croix, Porto Rico and N. 0.
zo Bids. No I Clarified Sugars,
70 Superior Colfee Sugars.
5 " and 6 boxes Loaf, Crushed and Pow
West Indin awd New Orleans lohissPs,
175 Bigs Rio, Laguara and Java Coffee,
4(X) Saeks or Salt.
75 barrels Mlackeres, -
50 boxes fine Cheese,
3 tierces Rice,
125 kegs of Nails and Brads,
40,000 lbs. Sweedes Iron--all sizes,
Band Iron, Gernan and Cast Steel,
10 boxes \Vindow Glss-all sizes,
500 pounds Punity. in Bladders,
4,500 pounds White Lead, Vernon Mills,
2 barrels Linseed Oil, '
Ditehers Boots. Brogans and Ladies Shoes,
500 Heavy DuiTel Blantkets,
20 pair Fine Bed Blaikets.
Keiseys. Osnaburts, Shirtitngs and Sheetings,
2 cases Prints-all patteris.
Piinted Buckets and Tubs.
Brasbuid Bumlets mad Wire Seeves,
3000 ponids Sole Leather; Upper Leasther,
300 poonds oak tnned Leather.
40 kegs Dupoit's and Kunticky Rifle Powder,
35 Tiarter kegs, do 'do
125 hags Shot.
300 pieces B14aging",
200 Coils or lRupe,
1000 piuids Twiine.
Lead, Btles'one, Indian, Copperne,
Candles-5-perm and Tallow,
Chewing Tloba cco-assor t.d gnalhiies
Si::ar Cants, Measures, Pepper, Spice, Gin.
ger, Cone seat Chairs, Wood uid Cane Seat
Rocsing Chairti, and many other articles tou
ediots to ennmerate.
B. S. DUNBA R.
Iamibiirg, S. C. Febl. 21, 2mi 5
Tax Collector's Notice.
I WLTL attenda at the time~s and plaes here,
Rinatier specitied, to, cotlect thie Genuereral
?oor and Raaad Tax, for the year 1848S, viz:
latcaher's Pund, (alndlay, 2nd April.
traiteval, Tu'aesday, 3rd "
Buiab Islanid, W~eJ za.sday, 4tih "
II :abr brg, Tihuiarsday, 5th "
.laa.'inp's s,*1Friday, 6oth "
'raeland'su. Wted 'a.day, Ilih "
iher ty I-lill, Tlhursday, 12th "
as!er's. Fridhay, 13th "
CIheailami's, Saturday, 14th "
Smyley's, Molanday, Jt a"
Sheppard's, Tuesdaiy, 17th "'
Mloore's, Wed'sday, 18th "
Tiawle's, Thunrsaday, 19th "
oemnan's y Rt. Fridaay, 20th -"
erry's a I. Saitorday, 21st "
t. \Villia g, Mohanday, 23d "'
finiehart's, Tu'iesday, 24lth "
Iidee, Thaursdaiy, 26th "
ihardsoni's, Fridtay, 27th "
\ln's, Satuirday, 28th "
A fer which time any books will, be closed for
the presetnt year. ** A ,T..K.D
Marcha 2,. 3tt)
Brought to the Jail
F this District, on the 9th instant, a
nPegro man, who says his name is JAR
ETT, and that lie belongs to Mr. Benjamin
ice, liv ing withain four miles of Union Court
-ouse. Said fellow says ho is a blachemith,
nd has a very large scar on his left arm,juslt
~elow his elbbw, caused by a burn; lie also
~as a large dark spot or mole covered with
air, on the lower part of the left cheek.
Ie is about five feet six and half inchtes high,
etween 25 and 2S years of age and light
The owner is requested to come forward,
rove property, pay charges and taks him
way, or he will be dealt with as the law
leets. A. H. BURlT, .. z. D.
M arch 13, 1S49 t f S
New Boot and Shoe
',HERE Geantlemuen's Boots lanad Shoets
are mude lai a mlost saaperianr style of fit
Gentlemien wvantinag cork soled, donble soled,
vter proof; walking, dress, patent leathe~r,
nad a fine pumap soled BOOTS, need but
cave their orders with the subscriber.
manreba1 tf 6
New Blacksnuith ShioP.
!i ll E Subscriber having procured thte ser
Lvices of Hlampton,. a Blacksmiith well
nonm nin thia coammunaity, is prepared toa receive
ll oraders ini thais hate of buisiness.
Shop opposi'e Dr. Johnson's lot.
BASTING'S COMPOUND SYRUP. OFI
OT only a psuitive but a warranted cnre
for consumption -and all disdaies nf the
innis. This mtedico hinas decided the dispnae
about the'cuability of consumption, and satis
fied'the muedical facully and all who have used
it, that consumption and all affections of the
lungs can not only be cured, but they are as ea
sily and simply cured, as alnost 'ny of the dis.
orders to which the thiinan frame is liable.
The operation of a single bottle, which costs
$1, is sufficient :o satisfy any patient-irnot al
together too rar gone with the disease-of this
fact; and even a single dose gives evidence of
its extraordinary influence in arresting and
eradicating the nalady by the i.nmediate relief
which it athords- This is no quack or secret
remedy. Dr. Hastings, its discoverer, is one of
the most enmintent physicians of the nage, and
has made a full disclosure or its history, and all
its component parts to the world, not wishing
to incur the responsibility of confining to himt
self, fur the sake of ptofit, a secret which was
calculated to do such universal good. And
such has been the wonderful result of its rpe.
rations, that the London Lancet, Medical
Times, and the tuost eminent physicians of both
hemispheres, are anxiously calling upon suffTer
er to have immediate recourse to it, and pio.
claiming that of all known tmedicine, it alone
has positively established its efficacy by unde
iiable proofs of curing consumption and all oth
?r diseases of the,lutngs.
Fur sale at the Apothecary Hall by
J. p. CHASE.
Price $1 per botle.
December 6 1846 121n 4
STATE'Of SOUTH CAROLINA
Andrew Shealy, and )
Elizabeth Murphy, | Bill for account
vs. i and
Felix E. Bodie, and , transfer offunds
James 5lurpley. )
IT appearing to my' satisfaciion that
James Murphy, one of the defendants
hi this case, resides from and beyoud the
limits of this Stale. On motion of Mlr.
Jones, Comp'l Sol'r. it is ordered that the
said James Murphy do appear and plead,
answer or demur, to the said bill of cntt.
plaint, within three Months from the pub
ication hereof, or the said bill will be ta
len giro confjaso ag.insi him.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. V. E. D.
Commissioner's Ofice, Jan. 17, 1849.
Jan. 24 3mn 1
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
HI. Bou a re for Dcdaration in Attack
C. H. Gotlaniaf.
Charles Hall. J Assumpsit.
Richard Coleman, Declaration in Attach
H1yram Ky. Assumpsit.
T HE Plantifis an these cases having filed
their decla rations -reepectively in any
ffice, and the Defendants ha'ving no wife or
ttorney known to be within this State, on
whom a copy of the declaration with a rule to
plead, could be served. t it oMired, aumt the
aid Defendants do severally plead to tho de
1rations against them respectively. within a
ear and a day fron, judgment will be avia'rd
d agaiist them.
THOS. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, 29th, Sept. 1848.
Oct 4 44a q
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
David L. Curtis, )DEC.AnA-TlON
MARTIN IIITT. )ATTACHMIENT
J. & S. Bones, & Co.) IDEcrAnATIoN
A. B, Church & Cc. )A TTAcHMENT
H E Plaintiffs in the above at ated cases,
.thaving this day tiled their Dec'arations
a my Office, and the Defendants htaving
ecither wife nor Attorney, known to reside
aithin thec limits of this State, on whomn cop
es of said Declarations with rules to plead,
an be served on motion of M. Gray, Attor
ey for Plaintffs: ordered that said Defend
ints appear and plead to said declarations,
within a year and a day from the date hereof,
ar judgemrent will be given against hibi by
THOS. G. BACON, c. z,D.
Clerk's Office, 27th Nov. 1848.
Nov. 29 ly 45
State Of' South Carolina.
IN T HE COMMON PLE AS.
Kemtick & Thnayer, Atahet
Wan. Gronet t
T IE Plaititff an thias case, htavinag thtis dayC
filed his Declaratiotn in niy office, and I
he Defendant havinag neither wife aunr attortaey, I
uaown to reside within the limtits of thtis State I
,pona whtom a copy of thec said Declaration
vith a ruale to plead, could be served. Oatnmo
ion of T. G. Key, Attorney for Plaintiff,-or.
lered that ihnt said Defendant appear and plead
staid Declaration within a year anad a day
rrut the date hereof, or itn defatult thaereuf,
'udgment will he entered against himt.
T HOS. 0. BA COPJ, b. K. D. a
Clerk's Office, Edgefield C. H-, Nov 15, 1848
Nov.22 ly 44 . I
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
iN T HE COMMON PLE AS.
David Stalnaker, for 3 ~ Dtlrtini
J. H. Hughes, t Decladrat i
in. L. Cochran. J
f H E pltaintiff in the above case having thais
.Uday faledl his declaration ta my office,
td thec defendant having neither wife nor at
nne,. knowan to reside withain the limaits of
is State, on whom a copy of said declamntiotn,1
iith a rule to plead, can be served, Oat motion
if Mr. Wardlawv, Plaintiff's Attorney it is
araered, that the said delendant ap1pear anad a
plead to thae said declaration, withaintayear and a
Iay froam the date hereof, or judgmient will be
iwarded against himt by defatmit.a
TOHO. G. BACON. Clcrk.
Edefield C. 11. Cleak's Office,1ith Nov.1]848
Noembaler 8 ly 42
TATE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
effers & Cothran, a
vs. Attachmnent. I
H E Plauintilffin the above case, having on :
thec lst day of May last, filed his declara
ioa, Oatnmotioan of Mr. Yancey, attorney fora
Pintiff. Ordered. that thte said Defendant tap-a
pear and plead to the said declaration, withitn a
rear and a day from the dale htereof, or jndg.a
net will be awiartded tagainstt hinm lay defatalt.
Clr'THO. G. BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's~ Office. Ist Junec, 1848.I
~ DR. TOWNSEND'S
COMPOUND EX T RAUT 0F'
The most extraordinary Medicine in the World.
:-This Extract is put up in quart bottles;
it is six times cheaper, pleasanter. and war
ranted superior to any sold. It cures with
out vomiting, purging, sickening, or debihta-,
ting the Patent.
The great beauty and superiority of this
Sarsaparilla over all other medicine is, that
while it eradicates d.sease, it invigorates the
body. It is one of the very hest -
SPRING AND SUlMMER MEDICININES
Ever known; it not cnly purifies the whole
system, and strengthens the person, but it
creates new, pure and rich blood-; a power
possessed by no other medicine. And in this
lies the grand secret of its wonderful success,
It has performed within the last fivo years,
more than 100,000 cures of severe cases of
disease; at least 15,000 were considered in
curable. It has saved the lives of more than
5,000 children during the past season.
10,000 Casce of General Debility and
want of Nervous Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Satsaparilla invigorates the
whole system permanently. To-those who
have lost their muscular energy by the use
of medicine or indiscretion committed in
youth, or the excessive indulgence of the pas
sicns, and brought on a general physical 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
sa parilla is far superior to any INVIGORA
TING CORDIAL, as it removes and invigo
rates the system, gives activity to the limbs,
and atiaength to the -muscular system, in' a
mout extraordinary degree.
Cteanses and Strengthens. Consumption can be
cured, Bronchitist, Consumption. Liver corn
plaint, Colds, Caturrh, Coughs. Asthma, Spit
ting of Blood, Sorencss in the c7:est. Hectic
Flush, Night Sweats, Dificult or Profuse Ez.
pectoration, Pain in the !,ide, &c. have beeh
and can be cured.
This is only one of more than 4,000 cases
)f Rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsa
,arilla has cured. The most severe and
b-hronic cases are wcekly eradicated by its
'James Cummings, Eq., one of the assis
ants in the Lunatic Asylum, Blackiell's Is,
and, is the gentleman spoken 'of in the fol
Dr. Townsend, Dear Sir: I have suffered
erribly for nine years with the Rhetunatism;
:onsiderable of the time I could not eat, s!eep
>r walk. I ha'd the utmost distressing pains
nd my limbs were terribly swollen. I have
:sed four bottles of your Sarsaparilla, and
hey have done me more tliai one thousand
lollars worth of good. I am so much bets
er-indeed, I am entirely relieved. You are
Lt liberty to use this for the benefit of the af
licted, Yours respectfully,
JAMES CUMMINGS. -
FITS! FITS! FITS'!
Dr. Townsend, not-having tested his Sarsa.
>arilla in cases of Fita, of course ne ver recom
niended it, and was surprised to zeceive the
'llowing from an intelligent and rtspectable
,atcr in Westchester count-yi
FORDiitLu, Aug. 13, 1857.
Dr. Townrend, Dear Sir-I have a little
lirl seven years of age, who has been several
ears atllicted with Fits; we tried almost eve
ything for he'r, but without success; at last,
Ithtough we could 6nd no recommendation
i 'our circulars for cases like hers, we tho't
is she was itt very delicate health, we would
itve hter some of your Sarsaparilla, and are
-cry glad we did, for it has not only restored
cr strength, but whto has had no return of
lie Fits, to our great pleastue and surprise.
ie is fast becoming rugged and hearty. for
rhich n'e feet gratful. Yours, respectfu'ly,
-JOH N B UTL.ER, Jr.
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign,
nd speedy cure for Incipietnt Consumption,
larreness, Prolapsus Uteri, or falling of the
romb, Piles, Leucorroa, or Whites, costruc
on or dillicult Mcnstrtaration, Incontinence
f Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof,
nd for the general prestration of the system, I
o matter whether the result of inherent
ause, prdduced by irregularity, illness or ac-.
ident. Nothing can be more surprising than ]
s invigorating effects on the human frame.
ersons all weakness and lassitude, front tak
ag it, at once become robust and full of ont
rgy under its influence. It immediately
:ounteracts the nervelessness of the female
rame, which is the great cause of barreness,
t will not b'e expected of us, in cases of so
lelicate a naturer, to exhibit certificates of
utes performed but we can assure the afflic
d, that htundreds of cases hate been report,
:d to us; thtousands of cases where framilies
lave been without chtildien after using a few
>ottles of this invaluable medicine, have
seen blessed with fine, healthy offspring. .
sreat Blesang to iMothers and Children:
It is the safest and most effectual medicine
'or purifying the system, and relieving the I
uferitngs attendant upon childbirth ever dis-i
overed. It strength~ens both the tmother and
ild, prevents pain arnd disease, increases
nd enriches the food, and those who have
red it, think it is indispensable. It is highly
seful both before and after conincmnt, as
tprevents diseases attendant upon chiildbirth.
ni Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swelling of
he Feet, De2spondency, Heartburn. Vomit
ng, Paitt in the Back atd Loins, False Pains,
letmorarhage. and in regulatinag the Secre
ions and equalizing tho circulation it has ito
qual. The great beauty of this Mledicine
,, it is always safe, and the most delicate
Se it most successtully,
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Townsend is almost daily receiving or
ers from Physicians in different parts of thre
This is to certify that we, thte undersignedI
hysicians of theo City of Albatty, have in
umerous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's
arsaparilla, and believe it to be one of the
ost valuable preparatIons itt tho market.
H. P. PtrLING, Ml. D.
.3. Wur.soiv, hI. D.
R. B. BIGGS, Ml. D.
P. E. ELMxrsnOar, hi. D.
Albany, A pril 1, 1847.
C AU TION.
Owing to the great success and immense
ale of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a num-,
er of men who were formerly our Agents,
ave commenced making Sarsaparilla Ex
rats, Elixirs, flitters, Extracts of Yellow
ock, &c. They generally put it up in the
amoe shape bottles, and some of thtem have
tole and copied our advertisements ; theiy
rc only worthless imitations and should be
For sale in Edgefield at the DRUG AND
h1n n .R S-rORE by G. L. PE NN,
1Marc h 1 1 185.4 . Jy S ......
The Great Renedyfor Reumatien, .Gou
in It Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joik,
Scrofula, King's Evil, Wl/hite Sacelling., Ifari
Tumors, Stif Joints, and all Fircd Painj
Where this Plaster is Apgigjj.4;
PAIN CANNOT EXIST.
A gentleman in the Smith of Europe anA
Palesi ie, in 1830, heard so mnch said in tii
latter place n faivorofJEW DAVID'S PLAS
TER, and of the (as he considered) niaculob*
cures he hadl performed, that lie was induced
to try it on his own person, for a Long aitd
Liver Affection, the removal of which had been..
the chierobject or his journey, but whlha~dlh
resisted the euial and delicious clime.
He accordingly applied a plaster on the rihi.
of his chest where the pain was seated, anoiW'
between the shoulders, and one over the riq'"tj
of the liver. In the mean time he'drank frele
of an herb tea of laxative qualities., He sobi
found his health improving, and in a few weeks
his cough left him; the sallowness of lis 'kin
disappeared, his pain was removed, and. b
health became permanently reiterated.
The following is from Air. Worstel, editor.
of the Massillion Gazette, Ohio.
"Getlemn-During last winter and-spring,:
I was so troubled with a pain in breast .o t It
render me unfit for the duties of my offi'e:
and hearing your JEW DAVID'S or HE-.,
BREW PLASTER highly recotamended for..
similar cases, I was induced to give it a trial. ~1
had worn a plster upon my breast but a shori
time, when all pai left me, and I was enabled
gain 'to engage n the labors of the dfice. I
wou also state, that my sister residing in
Steu nvile in this State, has received mdla
benefit from its use.
Yours, truly, J. P. WORSTELL"
Masillon, Nov. 12, 1843.
It has been very beneficial in cases of Weak
ness, such as Pain and Weaknss in tie 'stom
ach, Weak Limbs, Lameness, Afibetion of the
Spiie, Female Weakness, &c. No female,
subject to paim or weakness' in the back br
sides, should be without it. Married ladies in
delicate situations. ind great nelief frow con
stantly wearing this plaster.
The application of the Plaster between the
shoulders has been found a certain iemedy'for
Colds, Goughs, Phthisic and Lung Affections,
irn their prnary stages. It destroys idflanmwa'.
Ion by perspiration.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
CAUrson.-Thi Subscribers are the only
GeneralAgents in the Sontheru States for thie
sale of this truly valuable Plaster; und irs order
o prevent purchasers being insposed upon by
i counterfeit article, sold in this city and else
vhere. for the genuins, they inVire particular
ittention to the iolloinig marks of the Genuine:
Ist.-The genuine is put up in smooth, an
wine turned bottomed boxes, not soldered in.
2d -The gennine has the engraved bead-of
ew David on the directioiis, aroind the box.
vith accompanying record of Court 16 E.
r'aylor, Rochestbr. .
0T SCOVIL & MEAD, Chartres Sreet,
Wholesale General Agents for the Sootherns
5tntes, to whom all oiders mit-be addressed.
Sold also; Wholesale and Retail by
OHN D. CHASE, Apothecaries Hall, Edged
field Court House, S. C., Areso, by
AVILAND & RISLEY, and J. BAitNETT
& CO., Augusta, Georgia.
Feb 14, 18-19 ly 4
D~r. Rioger's Compound Syrup of
Liverwort and Tar.
.4 SAFE amit certain cnre for CONSUMP..
t-. TION OF TH E~ LUNGS5, Spsitting of
3lood. Conchs, Colds, Asthmsa, Pan im the
side, Bronchitis, lluoping Congh and all Pttf,
.xrat TESTIMONIALS. b se
in fulby calling upon01 the Agents:
Mr. A. L. Scoi'it.-Having been afflicted
with a most distressiisg Congh, until my Luisgi
ecanme affected to such a degree that I wvas
ontinnually spitting blood; and being ainde?
be care of an a bsle phlysician, without tohtaining
ny relief until I piroentred a bottde of Dr. Rod
er's Liverwort and Turt, vhich restored me to
ealth in a very shsoit time.,
Citicintnati. Nov. 5, 1844. J I~i
~romu the Hlon. Judge Wullianm Burke, 'late
Pustunmaster of the city of Cincinnati for mdre
than twenty years.
Th'le statemenut of Justice Finch is entitled to
lie ftullest contfidenbe of the public. I can fully
orroborate whast he has said, having used-'the
uedicine mywself witht the inost decided beneht.
Cincinnati, Aug. 12, 18-15.
A RE3:ARKADT.E cURE 'ot coKSUMplsoy.
Mr. Scodl-I was taken with a most dise
ressinig cough, and thy lungs became so.dis..
ased that [ bled in a short time several quarts.
was reduced so low that all of my triends,
nd evetn my physitians, thtought I msust die of
ionsusmption Mly brother hearing of the'
emarkable cures made by Dr. Rogers Liver
rort atnd Tar, pruocured a bottle, andi before I
ad takent one half of it, it seemed to go to the
ery seat of the disease. I raised a large qluan,.
isy of phtlegnm and tmatter, rand any cough was
topped as by a charm. Atnd by its use I was
estored to perfect health.
GABRIEL WHITE HEAD.
5sworn to and snbscribed thsis26th Nov.,'184y.
H. E. SrssexaR, Matyor of Cincinnati.
Extract from a Letter from the Rev. Henry
Mr. A. L. Scovii-As Dr. Rodger's Liver
vort andl Tar has been thie meatns of'snatchinsg
ny companions front a premaitire grave! I
eel under the obligation to give my influence
o the circulationi of so valuable a medicine. .
-H ENRY WVISEMAN.
Patriot, Gallia co-, 0 , Dec. 23, 1846, ,
[Fronm Dr. WVilson.]
I have been the intily physician of Afr.
Viseman fur the be'st twelve years; duringf
lhnt time Mrs Wisemnan h-as been adfferin0
rom diseased lungs. And finnlly all thsesymj
oms of Pulmon:iry Gonsumpstion apipesre.
tihl the usuasl remedies failed. At this time she
ommenced using Dr. Rodger's Liverwort and
['r. It acted like a charms. In a few daya
he declared herself nearly well. I have no
osibt of its virtues, and would cheerfully re
snomend it to personts afflicted willh diseased
ungs. HI. R. WILSON, Mf. D.~
Patriot, Gallia conity, Ohio.
IBZwXnR OF CosTERFesrs.
N. B.-The geninite article is signed, 'An
reso Rogers," ont the engraved wrapsper around
(137 Parc-Sl per botle, or six bottles for
$5. Sold whulesale and retail b
SCOVIL &MEA D,
113 Chsartres st., N. Orleans.
General Agents for the Southern.State.
Also, sold by JOHN D. CHASE, Edeteld
?. HI., WAorDLAw & Dimnt, Abbeville ~. it ,
Bs.tDan-r-r & Co., and HAmrAtND, RIsr.ET &
Jo., Augusta Gia., and HlAviarsao, Hannr~r.
6 Co., and-P5. M,. CoR EN, Charleston, eoeth
F~eb. 25 3 6