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[From the New York Sun.]
Wcver say Fai.
When the clouds inug most darkly,
And sick is the heart,
.And the spirits are heavy
:, All despairing and dank ;
-When the- iaight salls of Ilope
Are no whereto be seen,
Ageeming all desniatiron
'' All wricked on fire's stream;
When despair comes across ye
And doubts must assail,
,Rise . Man,:.show your cerve
And "Never say Fail."
Tis Weakness, tis Cowardly
- To break by the blast
If it bend thee, tis well
It will not ahvays last,
Bear nobly againsLit:
- Let its strength not appall;
Btraighten tip, Man, and face it,
Let it ie'er make thee fall,
.When rear comes across ve,
And will howls the Gale
Spring forwtard and Rreast it
And "Never aay fail."
A Conistry Life.
0 let me In the country range!
'Tis there we breathe, 'tis there we live:
The beauteous scone of age'd mountains,
Smiling valleys, murm'rig. fhunt:ains
Lambs in flow'ry patures bleating,
Ech-o every note repeating ;
Beeswith busy sounds delighting.
Groves to gentle sleep inviting,
Wbisp'ring winds the poplars courting,
Swains in rustic circles sportine,
Birds in cheerful notes exl)ressing
Nature's beauty and their blesiing:
There afford a lasting plcnuqre,
Witbout guilt anti without measure.
INmLUENCE OF A SaULE.-It is -rela
ted in tht life of a celebrated -iathema
tician, William Hutton, that a respecta
ble looking country woman called upon
hin o day, anxious to speak with him.
She -told him, with an air of secrecy,
that her husband behaved unkindly to
her, and he sought other company, fr,
quently passing evenings from home,
which made her unhappy; and knowing
Mr. Huttoa to bo a wise man she thouglht
he might be able to tell her how sie
shouldmanage to cure her htsband.
The case was a common one, and he
thoaght lie could prescribn for it %%ith
out Josing his reputation as a conjuret.
"The remedy is a simpIe one," said lie,
"but I have never known it to fail.
Always treat your husband with a
The woman expressed her thanks
dropped a'urtesy, and~went away. A
- ~few months, shen waited on M~r. HuIttton,
with a couple of fine fowlis. which shte
begged him to accept.
$he tol:i hint while a tear of joy and
gratitudo glistened1 in her eye, tat she
had followed his advice, and her husband
was cured. He n longer soughit the
company-of othaers, but trea;ted her with
constant love and tenderness.
.Dtv!SboN OF Lanott.-A , certaini
preacher who was holding forth to a
somlewhiat svearietd cingregation, lifte d
up his eyes to the gallery, and behold
his; son pelting the people wvith chesnutts.
Do-minie was about to administer, ex
cathedra, a sharp and stiingent repri
miand for this flagrant act of impiety and
disrespect, but the youth anttcipating
im, liawled out at tihe top of his voice
--'You -mind your preaching, daddy,
and I'll keep thenm ,awake!' -The
scene that ensued may .be safely left to
A BIIIGIIT GIRr.-Wh1at are you d9
ing there, Jane ?"
"Why, pa, I'm going to dye my doll's
p~ianfo forte rad!"
"But what have you to dye iL withV"
"Beer ! Who on earth told you that
beer wvould dye red ?'
"Why tna said yestetday that it was
beer t-hat made your noso so red, and I
thought thatt 1-"
"Heore, Susan, take this child to bed."
"Dina, what for y'ou no ctum see a
a body t.-se day ' -'Case why I's a
suspettable nigger-l never corms to see
nobody fust till dey enms to see e.
"Cha, chta, nigger, datndy Jim's been
putting dem stocaracy notions in your
head, but if you'll cumt see mte, fust dis
time, next time I'll cu sco you fust,
"Don't gtumblo, Bill, there's a good
limo coming," said" a gentleman to a
negro "ycsterday, scho was up to [us eyes
in busjiness, stoting freight on-the cars
at the Por~tchar train Rathron~d depot.
"Yes Masser." said Biill, "but It is a
long time a comin! -. Whto -ih-y. y
doesn't -you send- the locomotive fo~r it,
and :-fotcht it here at once "-N. O.
e nwas it Windsor Cdstfl dist
Mary,. Queen of Scotts, tvls conmfined
irr" asked little Anthony Augtustus one
A l ef his father "No, my son;,'-nt
ugeen Mary,. but Queen. Victory-sihe,
por ti4gg, has been confined in t'hat
castle reperatedly'. " ..
A1g'.itkmsn -having prescnted his.
chigrh..wph ,ba Tan Cmanda,
it was iiittily-- said thuat be gave them
away -because -JIe: coud-lot keep- them.
Murmur alt tiIn. -.: -. -'
I - .GLPEY
w OULD in forta his cosi'
lie lis ituiude oran-en
CharltotI and at thie Norith,
. for Casht. so that cusionier.s ii
ceries, Confectionary. and in fact prety n
ciueine'nd Grocery Storej at the lowest in
inspection of experienced Physicians, and
Just received a rrPsh supply Quinine, j
key Opium. S&I Soda. Lobelia. E ppiags
of the best known remedios finr worms. a
deartiment'-ako, fresh RICE, RAIS
C ANIES, 4-e. .
For sale on commission 9,000 lbs. prim
May 16 1849
DIUGS & T
WROLESALE ANB I
A RE constantly receiving
dition to their lar::e a
AMltFICAN. FRIENCIH &
DI)UGS and NIEDICINES.
Spure and of approved mani
They offer also, PAINTS,
G LA SSW A RE,. BSAK 6 0.
CY NO'TE P1APER., Lif*1
OP)ES forsan. INK il ulh
aIII IIAIR MRUSHl ES. SURGICAL ID
LANEOUS ARTICLES, comiprisina a
T.':e attention of Piiysicians ani Platle
supplies can ie furnished at A UGUSTA
discuit fior cash. and in buch quantilies I
I.e imporamee (of' these advantages 1i
Maikei. incuring breakage and delay incid
P)LANTMilS will d well to cll and see
Edlefield C. 1-. S. C. lay 30:h 1S4!.I
Brought to the Jail
F this District, a Mlatto man wh
0 says his name is WILLIAM, and
that he runaway froi Mi. Abram Lcwry
living on Ducan's cieck. Law rens Ditriet,
S. C. .to.ni bom he was hired. but that he
belongs to Mr. Robert Marre. li'ing 1'
miles alive Ne" berry Court House. S. C.
Suid fellow is about ive feel. six inche,
high-he is between 21 and 22 years o1
age and of lighi complexion. He has -ev
eral scars on his fireliead and neck, thje
most of which he says was cansed by fall,
ing off of horses; he plso has a scar ov
his upper lip.
Tne owner is re'qiested to enme forward,
prove property, pay. charges and take
hiin away, or he will be dealt with as the
1t. R. SPA NN, z. ..
Juno 5 1S49, if 20
Brought to the Jail
O F this District, on ihe 9li instant, a
negro nani, who says his name is J Al
ot, and that ie -belongs to Mlr. Benjtmnin
Rice, living within four miles of Union Court
House. Said fellow rays lie is a blacnemnrh,
and htas a very large sca r on his left arm, just
below" his elbbw, caused by a burn; he also
has a. large dark spot or mole covered with
hair, on the lower part of the left cheek.
le is abottive feet six and half inches high,
between 25 and 28 years of age and light
The owner is reqnested to come forward,
prove property, pay charges and take him
aay, or lhe will be dealt with as the law
dia cts. H. 11. SPA.NN. 3. E. D.
March 13. 1849 ~ tfi S
Br'ouight to the Jail
Yhis naime is ED3IlUND1, aitd that lie
belongs to MnNr. Ileury Tli ppance. Iiivini
about seven miles below Yiorkville Villaie".
S. C. Stid fellow' isa ahbun five feet, eight
inches high. between 20 nndi 21 ye'ars ofi
age Rmul of dark ci)IIplexion; lie hnf4 a n
on the forehead tind also one1 o1ver his Ight.
eye, lie rsays he ranaway about three weeks
The nwner is reqnested to cnme for wnrdl,
prove propierty, pa's ebiarges anud tamke him
awayl~, or lie n ill be dealt with as the law
HI. R. SPANN 3. x. 1).
June 6 tf 21)
With~ Hammner inl hanld,
All Arts I doth understand.
T TIE Subeiribier at the sign of the Got
. desi Shoe. h54 noened niea:r the s1iin
Hi tel the husmie.' of fla~ck & G noiemithing. iin
all irslhrantchesc. Ii alioeing hoersies nad ini.1 ial h
r work of his trade, lie warrants to give full
Gnsmitliina is dono in all case's foir cash.
SMay9, . tf 16
State of South Carolina.
Adam Eigleberger, and . -
wife, and( others, I Bill for
George Long, andI others.J
I T appearin~g to toy. satisfaction that
Zachiariah Woolsyv and E:izabethI, hiis
wife.- two of the de'f.-dti st itn this casse,
reside be~vondI 'the liits of this Stnte. Ott
motion utMr.4Grillin. Plantiff's Solicitor:
Ordered that ihe said Znchirinhl WVolev,
id wife, do appearS and plead. nnswer osr
det~ur to,- this bill. within three months
froth this 'date, ot' thtat the -said. bill be
tan.~ pro confrasa agnitist iam. -
S. S. TOMPKWIINS, C. E..E..D.
AND IN STORE,'
at cents Cash. .'
n r l.,.: BLA ND & BUTL'. 1
& General Store.
[N, Agent, -
aer niid lte.public generaliy. that
enais w %%ith experit!aeied Agenais inl
t) purcl-ise his supjplies entirely .
y iely on being supilipiled with fresh &
Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Dyc Stuf Gro
uch every article usually found in a Medi
rket prices. his Mledicins will be under the
no article will be offered for sale uthat is not
,nglisht Calomel. best Blue Pill Mass. Tur
Sarsaparilla, Falhnestocks Vermifuge, onae
ad various articles in the Medicine anid Drug
INS. ALAONDS, FIGS, PRUNES,
e BACON & LARD,
TEAGUE & CO..
new and fresh suplplies in ad
ad well selected STOCK of r
-all of' which are wairrnut-ed
afacture, imported under the PaNDSg
OILS, WINO W L A SS.
iP. FANt'Y SOAP. FAR -
I'TER PAPER. ENVECL.
.-olurs. P A I NT. V A It N I S1.
JMl P*TR ll*,NTS. FANCY an MllcIC L..
full assortumtant (if all atrticles in their I lie.
-s is ealied to the impoinni fiet. that theirI
PRICES. on six months time, five percent
i may be desired.
ist be olvious to those trading at n remote
cut to trauspurlation. Ill YSICIANS and
F1H 1E Subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public at large, that
le still has charge of the aho~e Hotel, and
takes this method to ialorm one and all, that
in consideration or the hard tianes, lie has
aeduced his terma's oflBoarJing, to tie follow
Ing reduced rates, for Cash only.
RATES OF DOARDING.
Man and hor.-e per day, $1 25
A]an per day, 75
For Breakfast. Dinner, Supper,
or Lodging, sngle, each 23
Horse per day, -5f
Single Feed, 25
The Subscriber returns his thanks to the
comanunity at la:-ge, for past favors and so,
icits a share of the saamie.
Feb.21 if . 5
Dr. Roger's Compound Syrup of
Liverwort and Tar.
. SAFE anad certai enare iar CONSUAIP
'I. TauN OF 'ill-l1 LUNGS, 8paitiang aor
Blaoid. Coth~ls. Cotlds, Asathinta, Pmint itn the
side.a~ Dratiehaitis, IlaOpintg Caat;;h anid all P'ul
Extracts froaa Cet ificiates whlichi can be seent
iii fiall by calling up~ona the AgenCats:
Mr. A L. Scoci/l.-H-lavinag been~a niflicted
with a maost dlisaressinig Cainath. utta may Latig.
bieenmae niTe'cted to suchl a degree that I wa s
cintaimiuly sptatiing bloona; and beainag aunder
the enre oif oat .ablea physici:ti, wiathout itbtaiintg
anty relief atnatil [ proeatraed a bnttle oaf Dr. Ruid
ater's Liverwort antd Tnir. whlicha restured tane to
benlth in a very :-hoat timae.
Cinaciati. Nov. 5. 1844. J [CI
Frmnt te IIota. Jaadaze Wd'linm Burtke. late
I 'asaaan .ster af tiae city of'Cintinaiti for tiaiae
an en ea rsV~a'.
I'I lit sataaamroi aaf Jaatice Fintch is emtitedl at,
thea fualaest confaidenc~re at te pai.tbic. I cana flly'
carrtratre whlath has .t -nlid. htavinag aaseda athe
mtedic inae atmy'self wvitha thet aamao- taeciaaide baeli.
A RKStAttKAST.K CtK OF COYen.11PTION.
Mrl. .Scrdt-i wais taikean w.iha a maoat dlis
trest tg coatgha.nnia4myt lataags tbeenmea so dis..
easeda alhat I bleid ia a short timeta saeveral alatrats.
I wats redauced so low tat all of tamyI bienads,
andttt e~vena may phya'siciants, thotaltI it amst die oaf
Co(nataamaiptionit M~y brothear hanrinag ut the
remtark~iale erers madeal lby Dr. Rotger's Liver
woarita mtal'Tar. procueitred a bittlt.a ndl t beare. I
hiada takent 'lae hialfaif it, i seemedci tat ga to thte
very senat ofl the dlisense. I ratised at large guttn
aity of phalegmt atal mttater, La.ad may contghI w..ats
stoipped as lay nt chtarma. Anad by) its utse I w.ais
aestured to pertfect hiealth.
Sworn to and siab.-crabed this 2caah Nov., 1k47.
11 E NscnMayoar ofi Cincaianniati.
( Extr'act from.a Laetter fraam the Rev. Hetnry
JMr. A. L.-Scorill-As Dr. Rodlger's Liver
watrt ad Tfar.hIats been the mteanas of sntatchtiing
amy comanita ontf f'romnt p reatutare grav'e ! I
feel untdaer ataath obligat to give mty inafluentce
to the circaulationa of so vaiinb lle a mnedlicinet.
JIENIRY W I:-E MAN.
Putatit, Gallia co-', 0 , Dec. 23. 1840U.
.[Frama Dr. Wilson.]
I hatvo baeen tihe finnily phtysician of Mr.
WViseant far the baast tlvehi years; drntg
tat timte M11rs Wisemnan 1-a beutn Eaal'erang
fromi ditsenasedilannts. Anad firally till the symaap
a tams oh' Pualmnoary Gatatsmttionitt i aponred'i.
All the uastani remedcaies tihiled. At thtis tme shte
comntce'd aising Dr. Rodger'sa Liverwort andl
Tsar. it acted like a chtarmt. Int a few datys
shte declaard hterself nearly wvell. I have~ no
adoabt oh' its virines, antd woutatld lcerfully re
caoametnd it 19 pearsonts atfhiaetad waitha d tatnsed
lunags. HI. Rt. WI LSON, M. D.
BIEW.Ate or CoNTrvFEtTs.
N. B.-'The getnuinte article is signted, "aAn
dreaw flagers,".'on the eatgraved w.ratlper around
ity Pruact'-S1 per bottle, oar six bottles fui
Sf>. Sold-whoulesatle atadr retaillaby
SCOVIL & M1EAD,
113 Chtartres sat.. N. Orletans.
Getie'rnl'Agets lfar thte Sathierat States.
Also, soad by JOHN D. CH ASE. Edgcfie'ld
C. H rWAnupw-&Dany,-Abbeville C H ,
J. I1iaaa-r-r &.Co., anad HAvit~aso, Rtt.EY &
Co.-, Agnstn Gitn.. andaH IAr.tr aS, HAIRnart.
& Co.. anid I?. M.- Cone, Chtarfestonr, Buath
Ca raolinn. . i
. LBS. Chtoice L EAF LARD
~QO~ or-sale by7
~ihur .ura ~-Hl.A. KENICK..
rg n9,1849, - 4t 1~
CAN BE GOT ONLY AT TIlE
T HE GENUINE. [ALM OF COLUMBIA,
FOR RESTORLING Tria. E AIR.
To he Ladies.
-Lon- hair ii a glory to wonass," snys Pani,
And all feel the truth of the pious quotaRtion;
Preserve it then, laidies-your glory mny full,
Unless you protect it with this preparition.
If yon wish is rich, luxnriant head of hair;
free frot Dandruff and Scurif. do not fail to
procure lhe genuine Dalin of Columbia. In
cases of baldness it will nure thaut exceed you
Cuuiion.-Never bny unlees yon find the
name of Comstock & Co., on the wrapper of
Longley's Great Indian Panacea.
Ist.-Fssr Colds and Feverish feelings pre
2-1-For Asthma, Livet Complaint and Bii
3J-For Diarrhcon, Indigestion and Lors o
41th-For Cnstiveness itn feiiales and msalcs,
and Nervous complaints.
5li-For Stomach tfections, Dyspepsia,
Piles, Rhleiatism, &(.
Tie Irrent points are. it is riot had to take,
never nives PAIN and NEVERL leaves one
For all these things it is warranted 1nequale
ed, and slh who do0 .n.ot fi m.. it so may rirn tIe
bottle and get their money, Comiustssclk & Co.
Proprietors. 50 Poydrus tt , New Orleans.
Dr. Larzett's Juno Cordial or Pro
For bolih is aw feiale-prescribed as an
eff.ciual restorative in csses sil d,-lihty, imiipi
tenc', ssr hanrrr iess, s ad all irregularities of
iaire. It is all that it professes to Ise. viz:
Nature's grsisl re1.stsrative and remedy fur
thosze inl thle married sta te withoukoff-.proug.
Uso Dr. McNsiir's ACOUSTIC OIL. fur
the eire of Dealess. Also. all those disngre.
ble niises like tlie hszzinrig o s.sescls, falling of
water. whizzing of' z'stiai. whieib sre symt.
tims ol approch isg deafws.s. .lany piersons
Who have bsen dealf fr tell, lifteei. or twenlty
years, and Were subject to use ear trumipuls,
have, allier using one or two hoftles. thorw
s-ide their trumpets. bemrg imade perfectly
well. It has cir,:s cises of' ten. lifteen, ansd
evseni thirry year.s stansding of Desanes.
Price $1 per flask.
Conie's Mag;cal Pain Extractor.
TilE WORI LD'S WONDER,-pronunc.
ed so by all wi have ever isesf it. Sold in
this pilaee by J. D. CHASE. is a sovereign
remedy for Uirns, Scalds, Sire Eyes and
Niispes. Eryte-plins. Barbors Itch. Cuts,.Ernp
tiuns of the 8kin, &c.
Hays' Liniment for the Piles,
Tihe woist nitack of ilse Piles are alfectually
and pernanelsfly cured ill a sholrt timtse by tie
usSe sifrsh geniie [lays' Liimnt. luntreds
of our first citizens thrrongliot the country have
used this Liniment wills cosilslete success. It
is wslrranted in core the mo-t agraved ease.
Caution,.-Never buy it unle!s y ons lisd tile
naime of Coistsock & Co., upon the wrn pper,
proprietors of' the genuine article, or you are
ceaced with a counterfeit.
Mother's Relief-Indian Discovery.
All expecting tol become motiers. and asx,
ions to avoid tise pains, distress asd dan:ers of
childbearing tire eariestly entrented to cahs
thecir tears, silliy their rnesvusnaess, rind iscolhlie
their waiy bsy thse rise of' tbis mst extraourdimiary
vegetable produisctioni. Th'sose whoi will candsidlhy
oblserve its virtules, mtulst appl~rove sf' it isn their
hisa;rrt everv kinsd arsd shiiitonas.-bansd
will feell it Isis mosst ,Ohlmnl dmry to nslseviite the
distre~ss Isis wife is expsssed to. byv a sasfe ansd er
tain tmethoud, which is, thse rise of' thse suthser's
Ecep Your Feet Dry.
Rceeslher, tso preserve hseahh, the ieet shonhsl
lie ktepr dry, :iif that rise Ji L OJF TA NIN
re'nsders iethser water piroolfumnd dubhles its airs
rnhlility. Aho used for Unirsess asnd Ctarria;;e
Comnstock LS Co.'s Concentrated Fluid
Frtecirre sf' ~seridia. Chsrotme Rhietna.
tisms, General Debility, Ctaneou~stis lsses
Senly Ernyion~ss sif alse Skin..Tsetier. Pimssples sir
Pn,.tsle- ,on lthe Face-s. ive~r Alitelion<,s al ercat.
ississin Sy phihss Disese~mss. Iles f'rumn thills
pures' hahsnstas the bohdy, Ulisntisiss sif the
Thsrat assnd Lese. Psmss tamti Swellitig of the
lisiies, tsnd aill Disen';ies airiin;; frsoim an imspitre
state of' liehisUlisd. E-xtisr inisid Iimiprudenice
in Life., FErcssive Use of Meransry, & c.
Thf is Stsrsas lir illr is warranstsed psositvely as
goiod ais anty sthser (that enmn be madse art ones
dislsir) ait jit.-t hsalt th re o sf thste sri inmtch
adtuilised, andis as strssng. viz: 50 cents per
bottle, sir mix boutes 1i, $2 50. Remembeatlir iii
nsek for Cosmstuck's Sarssapalsilla,5 anad takce no
Dr. Spohn's Sick Headache Remedy.
Whyz~ will you sisfler wvith thait di.-rressinig
comrsplaxint, whena a remriedv is at hianud that~ will
rnot fail striere yoan 7 This rentedy wtIll effec
tisally destrosy anry attack of hen.adachae, eithser
niert'sus sir bifhosss. It hams cured cases of'
Have you a Cough?
D~o not neighkct it-thonsuads have met a
premtatisre deithi fr tire wanst of asttenstisin to a
comumiChs. Iilavo .yon a Crsrph 1 liev.
Dr. Unsrtilotmew's EXPECTOlRANT Pl.\K
SYIRUP, will moltst possitively give telief, nad
stave yon fromit thast miost awful disease, Psi,
mnoasary Conzsriump~tions wihichs usualsly .1sweepl
insto the iurave hsindsreds tof rise y'oung, thse old,
the lovely nsud ht gay.
Comnstock Hliwes' Keroe and .Bonc
AND INDTAN VEGIETA ULE fLlIXER
Is warratesd to enre any ctase ofl Rhesminsatis.
GOsnt, Conltrnscted Chords nstal .11lssse'es, sir Still'
Joinits, itregthess WVeak Limbs. anid esiabies
tholse ni ho tire crippled ta wtalk agaiin. Use thsis
airticle ansd be ensred, sir go wvithoiut it sand .-ll'er
un5 you please. Cer tificastes of enires fry thle hsuns.
dre~ds ensr be seetn at 59 P'oydras street, N. 0.,
whsere thsis article is sold only genuainse.
Carton's Ring -Bone and Spavin Cure.
For ilhe cenre of~ Uing Bone. Blood Spavin,
Bone Spatvi, is' ndss Galls, Spiis, simi Cairb
on Ilorses. Also, CA R LTON'S FOUN'DlER
OINTl ENT, fon tire cur'e sof Frassrder, Split
Hoof, hhlssf-inanmd Hosrsecs, an~d Conatrascred
Feel. Also, alWanssis Br aisas isn tire Flesh,
Galled lineks, Cruckted Iieels. Seratches, Nick
ings, D~ockinig, Cuts. Kicks, &e..
All of the iabove rnmedi articles are snld mily
genrine by CO51 TOCK & CO.. 59 Psiysruis
street. New Osrletans. CO.1ISTOCK & IR 11
TI ERIS. (GD Seconrd st,, St. Lonis, sahd Co1..
STIOCK WCO ., 21 Cosirtlmand st., New Ysork,
Proprietss of tire Original untd sonly Gs'nmneas
Magia-Pi-Extracutor.-- Huss also-on hand-us
cormpletae rassotment sof Sopars and Peri'mnery,
whisch- will-he imsid lower thani at nuy other
aotilie1r the United Srate, for eas/r.-,
Also for s~ale by .. ly. CI rSE,Aplthdesnt
riets'Hall, idgefield C. IJ. S. C..
A',n.l2SO , : 10.n . 1- 4 L 1
COMPOUNJD EX TJACT OF
SURSAVAR 11LLA ,
Te most cria'rdinary .cdicine in the WJorld.
0-This E.stract 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, siekening, or debihta,
ting the Patent.
'The great beauty and superiority of this
Sarsaparilla over all oter i.e4icino is, that
while it eradicates d-sease, it invigorates the
gody. It is one of the very test
SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICININES
Ever known; it not cnly purifies the whole
system, and strengthens the person, but it
creates new, puro and rich blood ; a power
possessed by io other medicine. And in this
lies the grand secret of its wonderful success,.
It has performed within the last live 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 nore than
5,000 children (luring the past season.
10,000 Casesof General Debility-nud
want of Nervous Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Saisaparilla invigorates tlia,
whole system pernianenly. To those who
havo, lost their tuscular energy by the use
of medicine or indiscretion committed in
youth, or the excessive indulgence of the pas
siens, and brought on a general physical pros
tration of the niervous system, lassitude, want
of anibition. fainting sensations, premature
decay and declae, hastening towards that
fatal discase. Consumption, can be enitirely
restored by this pleasant temedy. Tids Sar
saparilla is far superior to any INVIGORA
TING CORDIAL, as it removes and invigo
rates the system, gives activity to the limbs,
and strength to the 'muscular sjstcm, in a
most extraordinary degree.
Clcansrs and Strengthws Consumplion can he
cured. JBronchitist. I onsumptiun. Liver com
plaint. Colds, Catarrh. Coughs. isthma, Spt.
-itr of Iloort. Soreness in the chest, Hectic
-lush, Night Stctats, Difficult or 'rofuse Ex
pertoration, l'ain in the -bide, &c. hace been
and can be cured.
This is only one of more than 4,000 cases
of Rheunmatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsa
parilla has cured. T'ihe most severe and
chronic cases are weekly ciadicated by its
extraot dinary virtues.
James Cunmmings, Esq., one of the assis.
tants in the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell's Is
land, is the gentleman spoken of in the fol_- i
lowing letter: I
Dr. Townsend, Dear.Sir: I have suffered
terribly for nine yeats with the Rheumatism;
considerable of Ithe time I could not eat, s'eep
or walk. I had the utmost distressing pains s
and my limbs were terribly swollen. I have
used four bottles of your Sarsapatilln, and
they have done me mnore than one thousand
dollars worth of good. I am so much bet.. t
ter-indeed, I atmi entirely relieved. You are
at liberty to use this for the benefir of the af- I
Mleted, Yours respectfully,
JAMES CUMMINGS. -
FITS! FITS! FiTS!
Dr. Townsend, not having tested his Sarsa
parilla in cases of Fita, of course never recom
rmiended it, attm was mrpiscd to 3eceive thea
rollowing tfroat an intelligint and rtspectable
Fa:ter in Westchester county:
FonttnnAr, Aug. 13, 1857..
Dr. Townrend, Dear Sir-1 have a little
~irl seven years of age, who has been several
~cars aillieted with Fits; we tried almost eve
rvthing for her, but without success; at last,
lthoughl we could find no recotmiendation
in our circulars Ior cases lake hers, we thmo't
s she was in very delicate health, n o would
icre her somnn of your Sasaparia, and are
bry glad we did, for it has not only restored
ber strength, but shte has hiad no return of
the Fits, to our great pleastue and surprise.
Sh~e is fast becoming rugged and hearty. forI
hich nec feet grattful. Yours, respectflly,
JOH N BUTLER, Jr.
-E3JA L E M EDiCINE!
Dr. Towntsend's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign
and speedy cume for Incipienut Consumption,
Barrener-s, Prolapsus Uteri, or fatlling of the
uomub, P'iles, Lcecrruma, or Whites, oostruc
ion or ditlicult nienstruration,- Incontinence
t Urine, or involuntary discharge thtereof, a
and for the general prostration of the system,
to miatter whether the result of inherent
:aanse, prtodued by irre gular ity. illness or ac,
eident. N othinug can be mnore surprisinig thtan
its invigorating elTects ont the hiumtan frame.
Personts all weakness and lassitude, fronm tak
ng it, at once become robust and full of eni
~rgy under its itnfluence. It imnmediately
~ounteracts the tnervelessntess of the fetmale
ratme, which is the great cauise of barrenecss,.
t will not b'e expected of us, ini cascs of so I
ielicate a natutre, to exhibit certificates of
ures performed butt we cana assure thte ailic- .
ed, that hundreds of catses have beeni report,
d to uis; thtousands of cases wvhere fratmilies
myve been wit hout chaildien after using a few
bottles of this invaluable miedicitne, have
ieen blessed with fine, healthy ofisprmng.
Great Blesring to 2. llhers and Children.
It is te safest atnd mottst effectual mtedicine
or purifying the system, and relieving the
mulkerings attendant upon childbirth ever dis
:overed. It strengthents both the muother and
t-hild, prevents pa in an~d disease, increasesn
and enriches the food, and those whlo htave
ucd it, thinik it isitndisper.sable. It is highlyn
n~eful both btefore andi after cotifinementt, as
tprevenits diseases attetndant upont childbirth.(
[n Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swelling ot
Ihe Feet, Despondencey, Hlearibturn. Vomtit..
ng, Pain in the Back atnd Lois, False Pains,.
letorarbage. anid in regulating the Secre
ions and eiluaalizizag the circulation it has toe
ulual. Theo great beauty of this Miedicine
s, it is always safe, and the most delicite
is it most successiully,
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS. J
Dr. Townsend is almost daily receiving o,.
lers from Physicians in differenuts parts of the
This is to ertify that we, the undersigned
>hysicians of the City of Albanay, have in
tiumnrous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's
larsaparilla, and believe it to be one of the
nost valuable preparationas an the market. e
II. P. PuL~XNC, M. D. r
. J. WrI5Lson, M. D. p
R1. B. hlncs, M. D. di
P. E. Et.axms an, Pd. IJA a
'Albany, A pril 1, 18.47. . - -
C A UTION.
Owing to, the great success and immense -
ale of Dr. Towntsend's Sarsaparilla, a ntuna -
er of metn who wvere formerly :ot Agents,
ava cctnmenced making Sateaparilla Ex-.
racts,--Eixirs-, Bitters; -Extracts- of ~YelowJ
Jock, &c. They generally put it up in tihe g
ame schapea'bottles, and some of ilhef.: hde
tole and copied our advertisement~t; they
re ontly worthless imitations and should be
voided. - . . .
For sale int. Edgefleld at the DnUG AtD*
EMitAL~u &roa'z -by G. L. IQNN,
Ma rch 14 4. 'J ly S mn
The Great RemedyfurIhemnnatism, Ge't, Pais
in die Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joials
Scrofula, King's Evil, I~kit. Soellings, HTard
Tumors, Stil Joints, and au Fixed Pains,
Where this Plaster Is Applied
PAIN CANNOT EXIST.
A genilenian in the Sonth of -Erop af.
Pales-ine, in 1830, heard so unnchsaid i'h '
lalter place in favor if JEW DAVID'S PLAS
TER, and or the (na he considered) uiraculuus
enres he had performed, that he was induced
to try it on his own person, for a Long an
Liver Atrection, the removal of which had
lte chief' oiject of his journey, but which, h
resisted the genial and delicious clime.
lie accordingly applied a plaster on the'riihi
hif hi chest where ihe pain was seated, anothe
between the shoulders, and one over-theeicy
dthe liver. In thei iiean tine he drank freeh
if an herb tea of lazative qualities. He. soo'q
ionnd his health improving, and in a few weeks
his congh left him; the sallowness of isis skit
Jisappeared, his pain was removed, mng Iis
ienith became permanently reiterated.
The following is from Mr. Worstel, editor
af the M assillion Gazette, Ohio.
Gcntemen-During last winter and spring
was so tioled vith a pain in breast as to
render me nfit for the dutiis of my office ,
ud her:itig your JEW DAVID'S or HE
llREW PLASTER highly recominended-for
;itnilar cases, I was induced to give it a trial. I
jad worn a plaster upon my breast but a shay
ime. when all patit left me, anld I was enable4
inin to engage in the s*ors of the office. I
voild also state, that my sister, residing in
5teubenville in this State, has received i.nucir
enefit f'rom its use.
Yonrs, trulj, J. P. WORSTELL.
Masallon, Nov. 12, 1843.
It has been very beneficial in cases of Weal
ess. snch its Pain and Weaknessi tife stom.
cIr. Weak Limbs, Lameness, AfTe ii of th'.
ipine, Female Weakness, &c. No female
ublect to pain or weaknesi. in the back or,
ides, should be nithout it. Married ladies its
telicate situations. find great ielief from con
tuntly wearing this plaster.. .
The application of the Plaster between the
boulders ias been found a.certain renedy fr
,oilds, Gonghs, Phthiiic and Lnng Affections,
otheir primary stages, it destroys inflamma
ion by perspiratiun.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
CAuTio.-The Subscribers are die- onhy'
senerni Agents in the Sonther S
ale of this truly vilable i'sa
> prevent ptirchasers being.i
counterf'it article, soldit'
where. for the genuine
ttention to the Jollo
;ine turned butwnai.
states, to who
O H N D).;9,
& CO., Aiu
E DG EI
Char ls Hlall. J~
tichiaid Coleman, D
I H - E PIla utifli mt thes.e ca
their declauratins respecti nay
)lhice, and the Defenuianisu havingt no wife or
tiortiey knwn to be ithin thmis State, oin
vhom: a copy oh the dcl~aramtion with nt rule tto.:
leadh. conho lhe served. Itis ordered, that the
aid D~efendats do severally plead to the d-l .
larations aguinst thtem respcectively. within a
ear uad a day fromi, jnidgmtent will be award
d agaitnst themn.
THJOS. G. BACON, Cferie.
Cle ik' Office, il9th, Sept. 1848.
Ocet 4 4'q ~ 37
State of South Carolina,
I.N THlE COURT Ok' OJRDINARY.
1Inmtphries Bjontwaie. Gtiar'd of
rancis Itichiard.uon, Minor, Ap'L
nms. M. Rtichardson & J. s. Gnin tw t
rd. Exect'rs ot the lust WVill un Ac 'nt
'estamtent of David Rticlfardson,. I
)eceased. - J
T.1 nippenring to my sauisfactinn that Willinm
LT". Minter anud wile, Snmuel Hill nnd Da
id U. Bell. Legitees uder the Will of the
ni-'I Datvid ltichardsont, Decensed. live bevontd.
he jliis if this State. It is therefore ordered
tmt they do apptear before ine in thy. Officeat'
dgefield Court flouse ont Mlonduay the Thir
enth daty of Angntst nxt, to showv caui4 if
ny why the Accoiunts of the said Jamtes M.
ichardsoni anid Jamnes.S. Guintnrd, Erecators
tlordsniid. shottld ntot be ne~cepted an'd ai final
'tttmnt untd D)ecree made tupon siid Estite.
iivett noder my hand at my Officc the 4th of4
J HN HILL, 0. 3. D.
SMuy9, 3m- -16 .
iTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
E DG EFIE LD -DISTRICT.
IN T HE COMMON PLE AS.
)nv'id Stainiaker, for ) ~ .caao .t
. .iluphes, - tDecaaan
vs. . ..Attachmsnt.
Vma. L. Cochran.
11FI l~ atiil' in'the above case havimg this
.K.ay filed his-.decharat on a my office,
tid the dJefe.ndant havinag neither wire nor'at
riiey known to reside withini tlhinmits, ii
lis State, ont whom a cotpy of saidl declataid
eitht a rule to plead, Canm be served, Ott motid'
rdered, that thme said delendant apipear anif
fond to tteht'aidf declaration, within ayeairand~a
sy, from the date hereof, orjeidgnent widl bJ
wartled againast liim by defanlt.
T HO.0 G.BACO$,CL~
kleefrehd C. IHi lerk's Office,1thm'NoVn 1846
Ngten'hpr i4 1v .
New flacksmet ShOP.
*HE,.Subrxiber having procuired the
Lvi'ces of' IaDmptodI, a Blsckstmital
nong i*tisc9fomtnty,is prepared to recave
li''ordersl'n tiis line of business. ...
Shopioposite Dr). Johnson's lot.
rib . E,'MIMSE