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AN A Iri CMAN BALLAD .
Pulaslki was a Pole of not-le extraction.
By the fall of. his native land he was ne
cessitaied to fly f'r reluge to the shores of
America, where he soon joined the glori
tous cau'se of the Revolutiou. lie served,
with brilinnt eclit. in the capacity of
Brigadier General throngi severnl event
ful campaig!nQ; and havitig won for him
self an enviable position atongst the Falb
ers of American Independence, lie finally
fell upon the bloody field of Savannah, on
the 9th of October.' 1779. His untimely
loss was universally lamented.
Whed driven from his native land,
Thro' lorcian climes to roam,
le squght Columbia's genial strand,
Where Freedom made her home;
Abd joining with the gallant few
Who fought for Freedom's cause,
His trusty sword he uoly drew,
To'gaig her rights and laws. .
No coward fear or terror dire,
lis valiant soul could feel;
Nor'gleaming swmrd Or flashing fire,
Could daunt his heart of steel.
His breast heat high to face the foe
With unrelentiog force,
A barrier in his paih to throw,
And stem his onward course.
lie met them on Savannah's plain,
In shining arinor bright;
With such a hoide it seemed in vain,
So small a band should fight.
But trust'ng in it power divine,
To guide him anmt lefend,
lie gives the word :" 0 God 'tis thine,
*The righteous to befriend !"
Wiil lofty brow and beaming eye
The noble warrior stood,
While 'round him rose the hattle cry,
And flow'd the crimson flood ; -
Anti sod he viewed the dreadful scene
- Of havoc and dismay,
Ani well his noble heart, I weet.,
flad cause for grief that'd'ay.
His valiant soldiers far arotind,
Were falling thick and fast, .
Like AuttiuC leaves tipon the ground,
. Or chaff. before the.blast ;
But yet.-ndaunted nn tie sight,
fHe foremost nobly sprang,
And rushed to join the thieCk'nitn fight,.
Amid the funi ous clang.
"Oi, comrades on ! and join the fray!"
Ile shoquts with ev'ry breath,
We'll fght a glorious fight this day,
For Liberty or Death !"
His voice i4 heard amid the din,
Nor is it heard in vain ;
For manfully they strove to win,
And.victory did gain.
But 'mid the shouts of yny that rose,.
Was heard a sadmening wail,
.And while around the wnrriors close,
They hear the sadd'nin tale,- -
Imis when the doubtful field to gain,
I e fell a corpse-upon the vround,
All welt',ing in his gore
With stifled sobs and tearful eyes,
Theii vet'ratns turned naide,
*-'And vainly strove to hush their sighs,
Their piignant grief to hidle:
]But humtbly to heav'tn's wviii they bowed,
The valiant andi the brave,
They grapt him in a martial shroud,
And laid him in his grave.
But friends who love his chterish'd name,
And weep his mournfunl fate,
A monument of glorious fame
Most worthy of the great
flave built abov'e tihe gallanmt dead,
hlis noble deeds to tell.
.And proudly doth it rear its head
Whore brave Pulaski fell! -
*Clsarkston, S. C. .Uny. 1849.
5J1.lRR[GE.-Steele says:t "W herevet
woman plights lhet trotg, under tihe sky
of Ileaven, at the domestic hearth or in
the consecrated :nisles, thte ground is
hoaly, thne spirit of tihe hour is sacranmen
tal. That it. i~ thtus felt even by the
most trivial, may be observed at every
wedding c ermony. Though thne wirth,
ma~y he fast anti fmriotus before or after
the. irrevocable formula is spoken, yet
at that point of time, there is a shadow
on the mos4t laughing lip-a moisture in
thefit mest eye. Wedlock, inylissohible,
except by an act of God-a sacranmental,
whose sole mnity reaches to eternity
will alwanys hold its rank in life as well
-as in literatore, as tine tniest inmpre'ssive
tact of .human extperiennce in -dranmaiic
writing, whnether of tine stage-oat closet ;
the pliy or novel, it must aiwanys be
so. If govorniment, with-til its usuirpis
tions and aggressions, hats appropriate~d
history, let thne less amnbitioins portions of
our it'eratpjre~be sacred.to tine aiffections
--to the fandily besed upon conjugal and
parental love as that institution is thec
state which, hi;hnerto in tie world's an
nals, lias been .letIs logs than, die sad
exponent of hufnnatibhion."
-.REcE'.PE:Pwoa SoRE EYEs.-A Ioving
lausband once waited on a physician, to
request him to prescribe for his wife's
eyes,. which were sore..
'Let her wash them,' said tfhe-dbetot,
'every morning with a samall glas of
'brandy.'- - '
A f'ew weeks after, thne doctor cliapced
to meet the husband.
'Well, my friend, ha's your wife f>i
lowed my advice !'
,She has done every thing in her
:po.ve~r to dol.t, doctor,' said thne spouse,
bu h.rver could get tine glass higher
W.osc pigs are theses my lad !'.. .
- Yhoy they belong to that there big
'o ! meath wl o is their master!'
W~hoy,' agamn-answered tine lad, 'that
little 'un there r1~os a rat e 'un to fight.'
List of Letters
R EIAINING in the Post Office at
Edgefield C. H., for the quarter end
ing 30th June 1549.
Abney, Mrs. E. Marsh, Julia D.
Abney, Mrs. P1. McCarver, J. L. D.'
Asherafi, D. W. Moore, Miss A.
Been. James Mlayor, William
Binylston, Reed Alary, Clemson
Bullock. Jane McCarly, William
Barilcy, N. L. McCarty, J. J.
Corkin. John A- iles, Aquila
Claiybrioks Robert Penn, Tios. J.
Curry. Joseph Pall, Mrs. Mary
Corder, Miss Nancy Parker, Thos. J.
Conner, Miss Jane Partin, Jane
Celaylerwps, Robert Paun, B.
Clark. jr. A Pow, Margarelt
Corder, John H1. Presconi, James B,
Crouch. Isaac Pric'e, Thos. D.
Canfield, J. V. Ouzis, John 11.
Deloach, Thomas Heady, Mary A. E
Dayrurree Toany Landrum, Weyland
Delange, Dr. George Smith, A. M.
Griffin,:Rohi. G. Sanders. John
Green, Alartha Spitm, William
Gould, George Sielgrove. Betnj.
Gentry, Miss Sarah Snitlh,CihnrIs
H ill, J. B. Thompson. Gen. V.
Hill. Mrs. Joel D. Taggart, W. H.
Hillburn, Mlargarett Tompkins, J-. Esq.
Hardin. Willis Esq. Toles. Robert
Jor.es, Joseph P. Tompkins, F. A.
Jennings, Robert Talbert, Javis
Jones, Abuey P. Whailey. Sherley
Kiegsmon, Dr. C. Wilson, L. R.
Kickler, Salomon Youngblood, Arthur
Lamar, R. G. Esq.
U. L. PENN, P. a.
July11 3t 25
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
BY virtue of sundry writs of fieri faci-s
. to me directed, and by. the writien
consent of all parties cohcerned. I will pro
ceed to sell in the Town of lainburg, otn
Tuesday tlio 2-lth of July next, the fo
lowing.property in the folluwing enses, viz:
The Bank or lamhurg, South Carolina
vs Thomas Kernaghan, one negro man
Hen, anti three unimproved Lots in the
Town uf Hamburg. known as Lois No.
59, 90, and 91, on Tillban and Alechniii:
Streets, adjoining a lot belonging to John
The ank of [Hambur, South Carolina
vs Thomas Kerntghtan uid Wn. Garrett,
a tract of land containing I17 neres. known
as the fe'idence of the defendant Thom as
Kernaohan, arljoining landls of .3rs. Car.
ier, 1. L. JeTers, and others ; the Brick
Store House and Lot in llamburg, occo
pied at present by Charles Hammond, on
Centre Strect, No. 108, having fifty feet
front, running back 200 feet; Lot No. 107.
adjoining ith last mentioned Lot on Centire
Street, 50 feet front and running back 200
feet ; also, the Ware Hfouse lot, in rear of
the two last named Lots, fronting on Ne
chhniic and TillInan Street, having 100
feet on Cobb Street; the Lot now occupied
by*Jeffers & Cothran on the corner of
Cobb Street, having fifty feet front on
Centre Street, running back 300 feet.
Also. the followiitnegroes, viz: Patsey,
and her two chirdren. Jnne and Hlarriett,
Sally and hcr six children. Lydia, Robert,
Jenny, Fanny, Ruse, and .\laria, llarriet,
Bob, atnd Isaac.
S. CURISTIE,s.E. D.
June 20. 1849) 5t i2
State or' Soiuthm Carolina.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
Ad s. Ca. Sa.
j J.~ I kYAN, whoas heen arrestedl by
. tndi nw in the cutstody of the Shm
itlf of Edgefield Dijstrict, bty virtue of a Writ of
Cninl Satisfatciet~dmn t. at the suit of. lIich -
art iwke, ha~viung' htiedt his petitioni with at
sched' U he on onOth of his n hole esiite andt ecfects,
for huce purpose of oiining~ the betnetbs of theO
Geneu~ral Assemibly oif thiis State,. commonlyt
cenlied the Intsolvenit Debtoms Acts. On tmoti:on
otf Mr. Atkinmon, Attorney for D~efendantttg'tb
lic notice in hterebty givet". thn! the petition of
the said B. J. Itynnt will bec heard anid con.
sidered inI the Court of Conttton~ levt, fir
Edgefieldl District. at Edgt field Court H ose
on the first day of' Oectober next, or ott stuch
other days as the Coturt tniay ordher dtrinog the
.term,.commneing ott the first Monday in Octo
her next; arnd all the creditors of theo said B. J.
ilyan, are hereby siummtoned either persnatiy
or by Attorney, then and there in- said Court,
to show cause itfany they canI whty the buenefits
of'the Acts aforesaid, should r.ot be granted to.
the said Ii. J. Ryan, and he be disc~hnrged from
cnfnemaent. upon his executOng the .aesigfuw
ment required by said Acts.
T. G. BA CON, c. E. D.
Clerk's Oflice, June 1G..1849,
Jtune 20 ~3m 2~2
State of South Carolina.
Wyatt Hontes. John Jontes, irr
Damtel Prescott, Lewis Hal- y a |dif
I T appenring to my saiisfactioun thtat Edward
B. Hialloway-and Thomas 0. Hahloway,
two of the defendants in this case. reside front
and beyond the limits of this State. Ott mo
iotn of Mr. Yarnccy, Plaintiff Solicitor, It is
ordered that Ite satd Defendants do appear
and tanswer -plead or demntr to the cotmplninnnts
said bHi of complaint/withint three months frmtn
the ptublication hereof, or the said bitl will'be
taketi pro .confe-so. ngainst them.
Comnurissioner's Ollice, Muy 24lth .1849.
.May 30, m 19
HE nderigne asAssineeof Mtarcts
Upogvsnotice to all personslhavinig
who afe'willing lo take uniter the assignment.
to rerider in their elaimos by' the sixth day or
Agost next, All..persons itndebted to- the said
Macua Upsonae requested to- make imme
-SAMUEL STEVE~NS, Assignee.
March 71849,.. : 5m" 7
.. Lands for Sale.
T HE Subscriber offers for sale a valnable
tract ofland, lying seven niles West of
Edgefiehil C. HT.. on the A bbeville Road, cotn
tnining 450) acres, 250 of which are in woods.
Te cutltivated huunds are well improvedl~ond
there is agood Dwelling house, with all ne.
cesnry out' honses on the prenises, in good
repair.. Termos favorable for the pnrchaser.
Dr. Roger's Compound Syrup of
Livervort and Tar.
A SAFE amd certain. cnre for CONSU.\1P
. TIoN OF TI P LUNGS, Spitling ol
Blood, Contihs, Colds, Asthma, Pain in the
Side, !Jronchiiis, llooping Cunghi and all Pul
Extracts froni Certificaics which can he scen
in full hy'calling upon the Agents:
Mr. A. L. Scovill.-Ilaving been niilicted
with a most listresing Conth, until my Lmiga
became nflected tit such a degree that I was
continually sptting blood; id being tinder
the care of tn ,able physician, without ohtniing
any relief until I procnred a bottle of Dr. Pod
ger's Liverwort and Tar, which restored me to
health ina very shuit time.
Cincinnati. Nov. 5, 1844.
From. the lion. Juge William Burke, lte
Postmaster of the city of Cinciinnati for more
than twenty f1cars.
The statement of Jtiice Finch is enitled to
the fullest confidence of the.ptltic. I cin f'tlly
corrhorate what he ha said. hivitng usl tle
medicine myself with the mo-t decided benefii.
Cincinnati, Alig. 12, 1-45.
A RE3XAtKAUT.F.' CttK oF orSmtPrlTeN.
Mr. Scorill-l w.vas takeni with a most die
tressing cough. and my Itugs became so dis
eased that I blelt h- a short time several qnarts.
I was reduced so low that all or my iieins,
and evein toy physicians. thought I imust die (I
Constumption: ily hrother~ hearinr of the
remarkable cures made by lr. Roger's Liver
wort andt Tar, procinrel it bottle. aid lelore I
had taken (nie hl!f (if it, it seened to go to the
very seat ofl the disease. I raised a large f uan
tity of phlegm anld miatter, cud my congI was
stopped as by a charm. And by its use I was
restored to perfict hesalth.
Sworn to and subscribed this26thi Nov., 1847.
H. E. SP,4cEt, Mayor of Cincinnati.
[Extract from'a Letter from the Rev. Henry
Mr. A. L. Sorill-As Dr'. Rodger's Liver
wort and Tar has been the menns of snatchiug
my conpatnion from a pre'matuire grave! I
feel uttder the oli--ation to give ttv inlfilence
to the circulatimn of so vuuatible a medicine.
I I LN RY W1.S PMA N.
Patriot, Giallia co-, 0 , Dec. 23, 184G.
[From Dr. Wilson.]
I have beln the itmily piysician of Mr.
Wi-remau for dhe lost twelve years; dutring
that time irs Wiseman !-:s been sumliering
fron di'ensed lnngs. Ad finally all thIe sytmip.
tomus of PIulIon iry G;ionsimiption nilteared.
All the usual remteis iniied. At this imei slhe
coimmutenlced t.Aini )r. 1Umlger's Liverwort and
Tar. ~It neled like : ebarm. lit a fi.w days:
site alerilsrel heiself narle1ly well. I have nuo
dousht of 'iis virtues, and wnld cieerfily re
clontueund it to per.on- lnfllbeted n ith slseased
nI]s. II. t. WI ISUN, .31. D.
Patriot, Gallia county, Ohio.
BKwa.nr or CoNTrnrE1Ts.
N. B.-The genuine article is signwd. "An
drere IRoeprs," ott the engraved wraictr around
lO- Pmrct-$1 per bottle. (Pr six bottles for
.5. Sold whoslesali andt iiil by
SCOVIL & MIEAD,
113 Clartres st., N. Orleans.
General Ageols. fur the Sostlern Sitnes.
Also, soId by .t) 11 N 1). C11ASE, Edsgeli-ld
C. It., WARIJLAW & DF.nv, Abbeville C. 11 ,
J. DanTrrr & C( . and HAvi..sa.-is.Ey &
Co., Atgnsta Gin., nind HAvIt.As, IlAntAL.
& Co., and P. Ml. Conts, Ch.irlestun, South
Feb. 28 17' (
Brought to the Jail
OF itis .Jlistrict, a ,'sjlatno mtantw
.Jsays his name is\WILLIA. atnd
that heo runway fromu Sr. Abramt Lewry
living on Duenn's ci ecka. La wrens District,
S. C. to wt hsom lie was hired,. but t hat he
belonigs to lair. Rsberi M arrs, living l3
miles ahtore Newt berry Coturt [lottse, S. 1C.
Said felltnw i5stabnti five feet. dx inebes
hig--he is bectweeni 21 and 22 years oft
age andi sf light comtsplexison. hiss has -ecv.
erni scars sun his fuarehendt andis neck, the
most aof ni hich he satys waus ennsed by faull~
ing ofi of horses ; lte plsso has a star on
his supper lip.
The ownier is reqjuested! to corn~e fsrwardl,
provo propterty, pay chasrge's uand take
him awny, or tae will be desalt with as the
If. R. SPA NN, j. E. it.
JTune 5 1S810, if 20)
O l' tis Dstrict, a tnegros tman whIo sn v
~.Phis nstam e is E-D.\UND, and that hec
belongs to flr. I letury TIisppnnaee. liviing
about seven mriles buelow Yoarkt ille Vilne,
S. C. Sniid fellowv is tibsout fives feet, eighat
inches high, betweeni 20 anal 21 yeairs oh
age and of dark comnplexion; he ha~s a scar
Ott the forehead and also one over his right
eye,hle says he ranaway about three weeks
The owner is regneistedl to come fortvardl,
pt'ove properly, pny~ charges ands taike himo
away, or he wiill be de-ilt with as the law
directs. H t
1L 1 'PANN j. E. P.
JuneG6 tf 20
Brought to the Jail
OF this District, on the 9th instant, a
- .P'negro man, who says his name is JA R
R ETT, and .that lie belongs to Mr. Benjamin
Rice, living within four miles of Union Court
House. Said fe'lowv eys he is a blacksmith,
and has a very farge' sar on his left arm, just
below his elbbw, caused by iurn; lie also
has a large dark spot or mole covered with
hair, on the lower part of ite left cheek.
He is abouit five feet six and halfinchies high,
between 25' an2l'28 years of age anid light
The owner is reqquested to come forward,
prove property, pay charges and take him
away, or he will be dealt with as the law
diects. U. RL. SPANN, .7. E. D.
March 13, Ifg49 tf S
New Boot and Shaoe
W H ERE Gentlemen's Boots andl Shoes
are' maide-in a muot shperior style of fit
sd workmanship. I
Gentlemien wanti icork sold-, double soled,
water proof, walki-nga dre~ss, patent lenather.
d a fine :ptimp soled - BOOTS, need btt
eave their orders with the subhscriber.
. WhLLfAM1 MiEVOY.
mareh 1 tf 6
4Good NURSE;for thte balance of the year,
A ply at tiiif otlice.
June.7, tfr 23
G, L. FEI
WOULD inform hi cost
e inhas made arranger
. Charleston and at the North
for Cash. so that customers in
ntd jenuine Drugs, Medicim
ceres, Confectionary. and in fact pretty
cine and Grocery Store, at the lowest m
inspection of experienced Physicians, atm
Just received a freeh stipply Quinine,
key Opium. Scl Soda. Lobelia, Ejpping
of the hest known remedies fori worms.
depariment-al-io, fredi RICE, RAR
C-11 NDIE S, ;c.
For-sale on commission 9,000 lHs. prir
iay 16 1849
DIRUGS & J
Cl ARE contantly rpeceiving
-X dition ito their inr-ce a
6 A MER!CAN, FR ENCl1 &
DIRLtUGS and MEDICINES
-. pre and of approved mar
They o(Ter an. PAINTS
GLASSWARE, iBAL 60
.CY NOTE PAl'Eit, LE,
OP1ES forsamr, INK of all
and 11AIR MIUSH ES. SURGICAL I
LANEOUS ARTICLES, comprking v
The attention of Physicians and Planti
supplies cnn be furnished at A UGUSTA
discount for cash. and in such alntilties a
The importance of these advantages
Matket. i'eiring breakago and delty inci
pLANTiPALS will do well to call and se
Ed:eciiad C. H. S. C. May 30th 184
Cin -rtr.EsTo', June 1 4, l9.
rD.R No. 5.
illE loiowin gt Regmintas, will pirade f:
l evi ew an d Drill, at the timecs and pha
T h ib 'leiment of Inftryiv at Richari
smas1, on Tne.,d::v 1he 31st oft I .il 1i ext.
The 7th kR'iei t at the Old eVclls, o
Thursia: the 2.l tof Angiu'si iext.
The Nih Ievi:nictlt at Lowe's.. on Tucsd:i
the 7th of Aii :st.
The 2nd ttaienient of Cvtanlry, at Lon
Myers. on Tlhrsdav the 9:h of Anignst.
Ti it lieimmit ot l f:iiniiry,'at .1lorrow
Old Field oi :Saturday the: I Ith of August.
The (Psh Regimnctiat Loumax's, on Tuisdta.
the-14ti of Anansatt.
Th 4ih liegiiettt near Verreie's, o
ThirdtIny the lid A:glu:ti.
Theia 4id laieimnit. at' al inton's, on Sat
day thae 1'th otf Aiuguti.
'lhe 2d lagimeit, at lial's, on Tuesday di
Th'Ie 5th ane;imim, at [Iiniteirs, on Thtursda
thet 2:;d of Augus~t.
The ]bt liieiet of Cavnbty. at Pickemt
vile, oni Satr.laiy thef 25ith of Aaguit.
Th'le 3rdl Ileimeni it of' lhatry. ni Toney
fhIl store. ion Tuesd~i ay thie 2dih ofta Atngust.
The I st Rl~egiet, at IUriton'st, un Frida
the :;lst tat Aaayn-t.
JTe Comis-~sinedi amtl nlon-enmision e
Otice'rs, n~ill i-aitimble the dIay ptrevmitus to til
review~ of their severial ltiimentts. ian their ra
spective parade. grao uds, foir drill andi mtru~tc
An inspelctioni of Arms of crergeompanlt/. w:
iakae tac~e imott.-diatey ater theO uiew:' I
Tlhe .\ tj..r Gerair'l will, with illssatafi.natren
the treviewsc, al-ta, the Urigadtier G.:nerals, wit
theui tai ll',i their repectivea liri.as, nn2
tre further chmiged with the extetimn of' thi
Ikv nrder of thte Commnandear-ini-Chief.
and~t Gteeanville paiper3 will copy ititil reviewv
State of South Carolina,
IXT l-'r U Cl T 0k' (01|D iSAiR .
Hmrit esi- Iltt~ioniwm..Gttnr'd tat')
Franicis Riicha:rdsoni, inottr, A'* |
Jn. .Rihrsi . . Gn in ao I
ard. Eiect'rs oft the lost WVill andl I Ac'v"i'
Tesitent of David Richtardsont, I
I T n ppearing to my satisfaction that Willi
T.ftMitter aind w;:', Samutel Ilihl anid ik
sHi I)avid Richaurdson, Deceased. live: beyotn
the limts of this State. it is thlerefoare ordere
tat they doG aptpenrt before me-ini my Otlice:
Edelield Cutrt I louse tan Mondlay the Thi:
teenth day of Anglist ne~xt. to shaow citnso
any whly thte Accouts of the said James hi
Richiad'oo aend Jameas S. GUiiatrad. Execntoi
afrltnidl. thonhtl tnt he n'ctptedl andl a tint
settletmenat and Decree maade tipon ta Est-stE
Giveni un der tmy ha2nd at my (.1lice .e 4th
JOH N h ILL, 0. F:. 0.
May 9, :Im 16
W~ithl HiammePl ii Ihand,
All Arts I doth understand
T H E Sul1.scribear at the sitn ofte Gol
deni Shoe. hns opene'd netar Ilhe Spant
Hotel thie btnsmess oft Bttack & Gunsmniting, i
all its brianches. In shtoeing horses nnid ini all oath
er work of his trale, lie warrants to give fi
Gunosmithtine is done in all enses fair cash.
lay9l -y- P , 1 6
Spun Yarn, Feathers and Flour
99 Unncheas Sptun YA RN,
250 his. New PIATH IERS,
20 Bhlis. suetirfine FLUUR,
Jus~t ireeived andi for sale by
& General Store.
mers and the public generally, that .
ients with experienced Agents itn
to purchase his supplies entirely
ay rely oni beine supphed with fresh i
, Perfumery, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuf, Uro
nuch every article usually found in a ledi
arket prices, his Aledicins will be under the
I no article will be offered for sale that is not
English Caloniel, best Blue Pill Mass. Tur
, Sarsaparilla, Fahnestocks Vermifuge, one
rid various articles in the Medicine aiil Drug
INS, ALMONDS, FIGS, PRUNES,
A L S O
ie BACON & LARD.
TEAGUE & CO.
WE TAIL DlUYWGISTS.
new and fresh supplies in ad
id(i well selected STOCK of
-all of which are warranted
ufacture, imported unddr the 0
, OILS, WINDOW GLASS.
Al. FANCY SOAP. FAN
TTER PAPER. ENVEL.
colours. PAINT. VARNIS11. -
NSTI.\lUM ENTS. F'ANCY and M1I CFL
f onl assortment of all nriicles in their line.
rs is enlled to the important fat. that ilteit
I PRICES. on six months time, five per cent
s may be desired.
wist he nvious to those trnding nt n remote
Jeut to transportation. PHYSICIANS and
The Great Renrilyfor luheumatism, Gout, Pain
in the Sie. Hip, Back, Limbs and .Joints,
Serofida, King's Evil, White Steellings4iard
Tumors, Si1 Joints, and all Fixed Pains
Windre'this Piaster is Applied,
PAIN CANNOT EXIST.
I A gentleman in the South of Europe nod
Pales: ne, in 1830, heard so mnch sail in the
nj atter pltee in fatvrorffJEW DAVID'S PLAS
1 TR. rind of the (is e considered) mitirnenluns
enres he had' lierilormed, that ie was induced
to try it on his ownI personti, for a Long and;
Z Liver Airection, the removal of which ind been
the chie 'ohjet of his jounrey, int which had
q resisted the geniial and diliiouas elime.
I In accordingilyg ijjiied a plaster tini the riglit
nf his chest where the tmain was seated, anoilher
betweeni ilhe shoutlder.;, and tite over mte reg"it)n
aJtei liver. In the iean tuime lie drank freely
of an her ten of laxative qualitics. lie soon
, fotund his henith imp~roving, aind in a few weeks
his congh le ft hint the sallnwntess of his skin
e disappreared,. his pain was remtoved, anid hsis
henlh, became permanteimly reiterated.
V The followinig is from Mr. Worstel, editor
Iof the Massillion Gazette, Ohio.
-Gentlomn-Dnring last witer and spritng,
I wvas so troubled with a pin in breast na to
render nic nnfit for the dinties ni my olien:
and henrintw vonr JEW DAVID'S or H E
BRF.W PLAS~TER highly recomnriiided for
similar caises, I was indneced to give it a trinl. I
had worn a plasternupon toy brearstbuit ai short
Itime, when all pain left ore, and I wa's einabled
- int to engage in thre labors of tihe offtce. I
would also state, that my sister, residbing in
Stenbenrville in this State, has receivcd mtuch
fbenefai tfromt its usee.
Yortrs, truly, J. P. WORSTELL."
rI i insionf, NOV. 12, 184:3.
4 It rats ben very bieneficiarl in cases of Weak
nre. snteh as Pntir an rd Weaik ness mn thre stom-.
Spine, Featle Wea~knuess, &c. No female,
srubtect to paintC er weakneiss ill thie baick or
srides, shoitid lhe withtout it. Mtarried ladies itt
deine riationrs. find great relief fromit n
ntu:,lly wvearin~g hins tplaster.
he nlirrpplienitinn oft the Plastcr betweent the
-sonhilrersr ha~s lbern hmnid a cr'rii rom:rerly for
Colils, Gorn:ghis, Phthai ic anid Lon ig A htrtions,
in their prninary staiges. It destrorys itahnana,
tion by pierspiration.
EEWARlE OF COUNTERFEITS!
Cswrro-1.-Thte Sttbscribecrs are thte ontly
General Agenits in the Southernt States for t he
0samle of tis trutly vailuable Pinrster; arnd in, order
to prevetnt putrcha~sers being imuposed uiponr by
a coutnterfeit article, sold itn this city aind else.
whetre. fur the genuinc, they invire partienlar
n ttention to the tiolloinig marks of the Genninte:
Ist.-The genurine s putt np in smrootht, en
e gine tuned boittoined boxes, not soldere'd in.
S.2d -The gennine hras thre engraived head of
,j Jew David on thre directions, around thre brox,
twith accompanying record of Court to E.
f O SCOVIL & MIEAD, Chmartres Street,
.Wholesale Genreral Agents for the Srurthtern
a States, to whom all orders mttst be addre'rsed.
ISold also; Wholesale and Retaril by
.JOHN D. CH ASE, Apothecaries Hall, E'dge.
f field Court H ouse, S. C.', ALSO, by
UJAVILAND & RISLEY, and J. B3ARNETT
& CO., Anguta, Georgia.
1-'eb -4. 1849 lv- 4
State of South Carolina.
Adam Eigleberger, atnd
wife, and others, Bill for
George Long, and others.j Palio.
I T appearinig to my satisfaction that
Zacehariah Wimoley and Elizabeth, his
wife, two of the defendants, in thtis case,
reside beyond. the litmits of tis State. On
-motiotn of Mr. Grillin, Plantifl's Solicitor :
Ordered that the said Znchtariih WVooley,
antd wife, do appear and plead, answer or
- demtur to thtis bill, within tbree months
I frotm thtis date, or that the said 15111 be
iaken pro confesso onitnst them'
S. S. TOMPKIN S, C. E. E. D.
MaIy 15. ..,Jm 17,
AND IN STORE,.
01OOOLBS. CHOICE COUN
TRY CURED BAC ON,
at 8 ceBLAND & BUTLER.
ay 2 tf 15
CAN BE-GOT ON.Y AT THE
TIE GENUINE BkAIlf-Ol COLUMBIA,
FOR !ESTORING THE HAIR.
To the Ladies.
"L-ong hair is i glory to woma4 osays Pant,
And ail feel the trth of tlie pious quiotation;
Preserve it then, ladies-your glory maayj fall,
Unless you protect it with this preparation.
If yon w1,l1 :1 rich, luxurinnt head of- hair.
free from Dandruti' and Scurf, do not fail to
procure the genuine Blahn of Columbia. In
cases of baldness it will tmtore than exceed you
Cauion.-Never tany unless you find the.
name of Comstock & Co., on the wrapper of
Longley's Great Indian Panacear
Ist.-For Colds and Feverish feergog. prea
2-l-For Asthma, Livet Complaint and Bii
3d-For Diarrhma, Indigestion and Loss of
4th-For Costiteness in fetmales and males
and Nervons complaints,
5th-For Stomach alTections, Dyspepsid
Piles, Rheunatism, &c.
The great points are. it is not bad to take*
never gives PAIN and NEVER leaves one
For all these things it is warranted uneqtialle
cd, and all who do tot findl it so may return the
bottle and get their noney, Comastock & Co.
Proprietors. 59 Poydras at , New Orleans.
Dr. Larzctt's Juno Cordial or. Pro.
For both male and female-presaribedge an
ell'etmal restorative incases of debilitj nupq.
tency, or harrer.ness; and all irregtilaities of -
nn1atare. It is all that it professes to be, viz:
Nattue's grand restorative and remedy for
those in the married state without offspring.
Use Dr. McNair's ACOUSTIC OIL, for
the cire of )eafness. Also, all those disngren
ble taoises like :he buzzing oftrnsects, falling of
water, whizzing of steam, which are symp
loms of npproaching deafness. Many personss
who lihve been( deaf for ten, fifteen, or twenty
yeat, and were subject to use ear trumpetsi
have, after tsing one or two botdes,,thorwa
aside their truamapets, being made perfectly
well. It has cnred cases of ten. fifteen, and
even thirty years staanding of Deafness.
Price $1 per flask.
Connel's Magical Pain Extractor.
T HE WORLD'd WONDER,-prortonnc
ed so by all who have ever used iL Sold, in
this place by J. D. C1H ASE, is a sovereign
remedy for Butrns, Sends, Sore Eyes and
Nipples, Eryseplns. Barbors Itch, Cuts,.Er
tionsofrthe Skin, &e. -
Hays' Liniment for the
The worst attack of the Piles ar
a td permanetly cnredja zi sho
ut of at geutine Hays':Lnini
of* ouar first citizents thrtougltatta
used ths Liniment with coal
is warr:mted to cnre the mi
Caution.-Ne'ver hny i
name of Comstaock & Co
prnpritaors of' the gentni
cheaued with it counter
lexpectitng 1 c0
iusto avoi the pa
clildbcaring, are earn
tltir fears, allay tleir
their wtay lby tht e s
atbserve its virtmes, mni
harats: every kittd and.
will feel it hais most solemn
distress hais wife is extaposedl to,
taina mth~lod, whiuch is, the use.
Kxeep out Feet
ll emeamber, to preserve health, th'
he kepr dry, atta thtat thte OIL 0
rendears Ilenther water-proof and doubles i
ratbility. Also used for Harness and Carriag
Comtstock 4' Co.'s Concentrated Fluid
Ext ract of Sarsaparillad
For the ctare of Scrofula. Chromec Rhenma
tismn, General Debility. Cutnaneous Daseases,
Scaly Eruiptionas of the'Skin. Treuet. Pimple's or
Pustaules oan the Face. Liver Affections, Mercq,.
rial and Sy philnts Diseases, Bihes from an ime
puare habit of the body, Ulcerations of the
Thtroat anal La's, Pamts and Swelling ol the
Bontes, anal all Diseases arising from ata impure
state aof te BloodI. Exposatre tand Inprudence
int Life. F.:,cesseive Use ofl Mer.aary, &c.
Thais Sdorsayanrilla is wnrranted positively as
good ti astty athler (that ran be mtade at one0
dollar) at just haalf' the prt~e of those so muicir
advertiisedl, atnd as stronag, viz: 50 cents per
botutle, or six tboules fma .$2 50. Remember to
ask lfar Comtstock's Sarsap~aniila, atnd take no
Dr. Spolhn's Sick Headache Rcmedy.
Whyv will youz stuffer with that distressing
comoplainat, whlen n remtedy is at htand that will
not lail to ettre vou? This remedy wdtl effee
toally destroy nnay attack of headachte, either
nervouas oir hailhoits. It has- cured cases of'
twenty years' standiuig.
Have you a Cough?
Do not neglect it-thousands have met a
premnatture death faor the wvant of attention to a
commtaon Cold. Have .Snt a Cough'! .Rev. -
Dr. Barrholomew's EXPECTORANT PIld
SY RUP, will most positively give relief, and
save youa from that most awful disease Phi...
monary Consumiption, whichr usually eweeps
into thec ,,rave hundlreds of the- yountg, the old,
th, lovely and thte gaty.
Comsttvek Hlewes'' Nerve andl on'
AND INDTA N VEGETABLE E LIXER
Is wrarranuted to cnre any case of Rheumaatism,
Gout, Contracted. Chords and Mu tscle*, or Stif
Joints, stregthaens Weak Limbs. and enables -
those n hao tare crippled to walk again. Usethis
article anad be cenred, or go wtthouat it and suffer
as youa please. Certificate's of cares by thae hun
dreds enan be seen at 59 Poydras street, N. 0.,
where this article is sold onaly genuine.
Carlton's Ring Bone and Spavin Cure.,
For the cttre of' Ring Bone, Blood Spavin,
Done Spavina, Wind Galls, Splints. and Curby
on Horses. Also, CA RLTON'S FOUNDER
OINTr31ENT,-for the cure of Fouander, Split
Hoof, Hoof'-houtnd .Horses, indContrncledl
Feet. Also, tall -Wounds, Bsufses in the-Fle'sh,
Galledl Barnks, Cracketd Heels. Scratches, Niclr,
ings, Ducking, Cuts, Kicks, &e.
All of the above named ar'ticlos are esd 6nly
genuinec by COM STrOCK & C0.a59 Poflrae
treeti. New Orleanas. COMSTOCK & BRO
TrHE RS, 69 Secondast., St. Louis, and COM..
STOCK & CO., 21 Coturtland st., New York, .
Proprietas of the Original and Genntne
Ml~gicaal Ptain Extractor. Has. on hand a
:omplete assortmenct of Soa s fume
wich will he saold loweri
house ih the United States. ..~
Also ror male tiny I. D. CHASE',Apothieca
rie' 11all, Edgefield C. H. S. C.'
.pril 25 1849, 12m 14