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BE KIND TO THE UNFORTUNATE,
BY P. H. BREWSTER.
In the dark dungeon, desolate,
- With clouded heart and brow,
Full many a poor unfortunate,
Is sadly weeping now!
They hear no soft and tender tone,
To drive one care away;
No kindred there-they weep alone,
Alone they kneel and pray !
Oh-! cheer them in their state forlorn,
By kindness, magic power;
Oh, pity them, for oft they mourn,
Away the midnight hour!
Perhaps.a few long -years ago,
By mothers they were blest,
Who sought and soothed each bitter wo,
That pained the anxious breast.
But now no mother pities them,
No soothing voice they hear
Misfortune blights full many a gem,
Full many a promise dear;
Then seek the dungeon's fearful gloom,
And cheer the prisoner there,
Go cheer him to the lonely tomb,
By word and ardent prayer!
Be kind to the unfortunate,
Who groan beneath the load
Whichpoverty and toil create,
Along life's dreary road!
Go give to them thy friendly aid,
By cheeful word and deed ;
Thy kindness will be well repaid
. :Ohgive totem thatneed!
Be kind to the unfortunate!
In a poor world like this,
We all should share each others fate,
For life hath little bliss !
The helpless, hungry, let us feed,
And cheer the broken heart;
Our Maker will repay each deed,
Each balm that we impart!
Has fate around thy pathway shed
Few blessings which can joy impart?
Has sorrow deep thy mind o'erspread,
- And grief weighed heavy on thy heart ?
Let not the weight thy spirit check,
Nor with thy prospects interfere,
Thy plans of life will seldom wreck,
If thou wilt ever persevere.
If friends in adverse hours should fail,
To greet the with the welcome true
Let it not cause thy heart to quail,
But ".try again" for friendship new!
And when dark hours shall hover round
To robthee of -thy. wonted cheer,
Yield not the mind to grief profound,
But raise thy hopes and persevere
-When'elouds of dense and-deep affiction,
Shall cast their shadows o'er thy. frame,
Thien seizre on hope with strong afl'eetion,
And wake Excelsior thy aim-!
No eloud too grateto cause the sun
oFZever from us disappear,.
N retoo great for thee to shun,
Mthou wilt ever persevere !
Pences Without Rails.
Thn-ee years ago last September, when
I commenced farming, 1- buikt sisty rods
of whoe fence. Ja the-first piece I built
a dyke by plo'wing andsceraping twice on
each side- of the intended line of fence,
making a ditch about one foot or.four
teen inches above the natural surface.
I then set posts eight -feet apart, three
feet in the ground, four feet above ; put
on four wvires of No.9, and at the top a
board 3 1-2 inches wide. The wires
were fastened at each end of the sixty
vods to a large wrought spike, and at
tached to- the other posts by wedge
shap iron pius made of common nail-rods,
with a hole through the head, through
which the wires were drawn. When the
wires were strained, the pins were driven
into the posts sufficiently to bind the
wires anid prevent slipping.
When this fence was completed, I was
about as siek a person as you often find.
It looked like the shadow of nothing, but
it has stood the test three years and a
half, and not had ten minutes repairs.
The most breachy animals fail to make
any impression on it. I never have
known anything to get through it except
hogs, and it is hard work for them-they
have to root away the dyke, and crawl
under. I intend to make more the corn
ing season~, and shall put a board one
foot wvide at the bottom, and the rest
wire, and that will stop anything corn
monly kept in au enclosure.
Nowv as to the expense. The dyke
was two days work of three persons and
one, yoke of oxen, $8; posts 120 pieces
cost 89; setting 2 days, work $2,60;
wire, $14; top board, *2; putting on
wire and boards, 2 days, *2 ;-making
the entire cost, 637,60.
This brings the expense at something
ever fifty cents a rod, but the actual ex
pense to me was much less. I had some
boy help, and the prices in this estimate
-of work are higher than I paid. The
scraper. used ihr masking the dyke was
inade of 1 1.2 inch stuff about six feet
long, two feet wid'e and edged with an
old mill saw ; it would scrape-very rapid.
ly, and do its work better than an Irish
man with a shovel. The actual expenses
of such a fence need not exceed 40 to 45
cents per rod.
This fence, with the wires well painted,
will last longer than any other fence
usually built on a farm, require less re
pairs, and is, I think a little safer, or more
- .PROT!ECTION OF YOUNG TREEs AGAINST
Rasarrs.-We have read an article in.
tho Boriqulturalist, translated from the
French, detailing a phan for the protec
tion of trees against rabbits. We will
give one of our own, hich we have found
simple and easy hr its operation-a per.
feet protSBfian1 and invigoratur 'of the
with soft soap, spring -and fall, and rab
bits will never touch them. It also gives
the young tree a healthy, vigorous start,
and is worth the application, even were
there no fear of rabbits. Apple and pear
are the favorite trees .for rabbits to bark,
and this month they will be particularly
bad upon them, as rabbit grazing is scarce.
See to your trees in season.-Soil of the
STRAwBERRES.-The secret of grow
ing Strawberries six months in the year,
continuously, has been discovered and
practiced by Charles F. Peabody of
Columbus, Georgia, one of the editors of
the soil of the South for several years,
not as a theory, mere experiment, nor
accidental production, but as a science,
a study of time successfully carried out
for profit; for he sends his market wagon
into the city, loaded with luxury, from
March till September, and last year his
vines continued to ripen fruit until Christ.
"What is the secret! our fair readers
exclaim. What new variety? No other
than Hovey's seeding, impregnated by
early scarlet and never manured but kept
continually moist by artificial watering;
for which purpose he uses a graden
For four years, Mr. P. cultivated the
same variety in. a rich garden mould,
manuring liberally every year, and at any
time during summer could have mowed a
heavy swathe of green luxuriant vines,
which have made very good . hay-but
that was not what he wished to grow.
Failing to get fruit by garden culture, he
commenced the expiriment ,which for six
years has proved so eminently successful.
le cleared off a strip of low land along
a little rivulet, the soil of which is coarse
sand loose gravel, intermixed with clay
lightly, and of course, covered with for.
est mould, digging out the roots of a
thick growth of bushes sufficiently pre
pared the land. The'vines were then set
in rows, six of Hovey and one of scarlet,
and the surface has never been disturbed
since, by spade or hoe, except so far as
going over the ground once or twice a
year to cut here and there a decaying
vine or bunch of grass or weeds, few of
which however, in consequence of using
no manure, ever made their appearance,
neither do the plants run to vines, spread.
ing all over the surface every year as they
did in the garden. The whole strength
seems to be exerted for the production of
large rich berries to su(h a degree that
the ground is red with fruit-not green
with leaves; and this not upon a little
plat but over a field of five acres.
And does he never manure them ? is
undoubtedly asked. by every tyro in the
bisiness of growing. strawberry. vies.
Mr.. P. grows-roots, steams and fruit.. 1
repeat he never-manures,. never digs the
ground nor-turns under the old .'roots'to
giver place to new ones. -In autumn,-be
gives a light dressinigof the surface, soil
of the forest, and covers :the ground with
leaves ; these remain until~ decayed, ad
served to keep the~ berries clean during
the'ling bearing season. This, and the
watering eirery hot day when it~does not
rain, is the groat-secret of growving sfrawv
berries, not only six months but last year
be actually had them upon his table every
month but two-Jhnuary and February.
Of course, at theo North, the bearing
season could not be of equal duration,
but-it may~ be greatly extended by. thme
sime course of cultivation.-Scott's
HOW TO GROW M"AGNIFXcENT:Pzacu
Es.--Mr. y. C. Thorwell, of Metuchini,
Newv York, presented us a basket of the
flmest and largest Crawvford Melacatoon
Peaches wve have seen this year. His
method of growving them' is v'ery simple,
and may be easily followdd by others.
His soil is gravelly andl stony, and for the
peach orchard, he chose the highest part
of his farm. Before setting out the trees,
he plowved deep, say 10 to 12 inchies, and
top dressed heavily with lime, then euiti
vated in the usual manner. He thinks
deep plowing is the great secret, and says
it would have beeni still more beneficial to
have subsoiled his orchard ground. Farm
ers, please remember this. Large peach
es bring three to four times as much in
this market as smiall ones. Picked Mor
ris whites brought as high as ten dollars
per basket, this season. These are pre
served by the purchaser, who wvill sell
them for 25 cents each the coming winter.
Peach growers, think of this.-The Plowv.
MAoI-Macaroni is' made fronw
wheat which is first subjected to a kild
drying process, being spread on tiled
roofs, which are heated gently from fires
within, and from the sun without. It is
afterwards ground coarsely mixed with
water and kneaded into a paste which is
subjected to action by pounders some
what resembling those used in driving
piles. The paste is then forced through
machinery which gives it its form and
name, some coming out Macaroni and
some Vermicelli, each taking, howvever,.
many varieties of form some long and
thin Jike paper, some like ribbons, some
in balls and others like beans, peas, and
even as small as mustard seed.
Not only the Italians, but all who visit
Italy, become very fond of this descrip
tion of food. The impression which
prevails in Amnerica, that Macaroni and
Vermicelli manufacturers are not particu
larly clean, is erroneus. There is' nro
good ground of objection to- this food on
that account. At least, so says Thurlow
Weed in his letters to the Albany Eve
WHKEN . slandered, instead of' .comn.
plaining, be thankful that you have not
baen left toscommnit the wrong. ascribed
to you. The reproaches . f conscience
are nmuch harder to- bear than the >re
proaches of men.
"Do you keep jgroceries here, sir!''
asked a ponster, as be entered the store
of a dealer in eatables. " Yes," was the
ry "Wellt Ill take one."
WHOLESALE & RI
READY MADE CLOTHING, T
. UNDER THE U. S. Ht
T 1. NEWBY & CO., are now receiving I
. of Rteady Made Clothing everoffered in
and most improved styles of manufactue.
A GOOD SUPPLY OF BOYS, YOUTI
Cg" Country Merchants, and all persons vi
call and examine our Stock for themselves
P IE Subscribers are lov receiving direct f
the LAStGEST and BEST ASSORTM
COMBS, BUTTONS, PINS, NI
Together wiLh a large an elegant Stock o
SUSPENDERS, PURSES, BEAE
Gold and Silvei Pencils an
Of every style and pattern, together witl a ft
School and Miscellaneous .
-L Owing to the great seardily of mon
ternined to sell Goods this season lower than
" Merchants from the country will ph
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 26, 6m
rar Tax Collector
L. A. ROOKS,
F. W. BURT
HE1TRY .K. HILL.
FELIX E. BODIE.
R. tS. KEY,
JA MES. EJDSON.
lor Ordinary. , --
VIRGIL M. WHITE,
W. F. DURISOE,
S. S. T O1?.PKEI NS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW..
1OFFICE immediately in rear of the Court
Jan 22 tf 1
GW. L A NDREUI,
W fPaetiein the' Courts of LAW and
E.QUIT for Edgeidd and Lexington
Office ii- Law Range, Edgeficld 0.11.
Jan 16,t .5
5 0 SEP H AiB E Y,
WAILL be found at all times in lisa Office, at
VEdgefield Conrt House, near the Pzux
He will attend promptly and strictly tobusiness
in his profession-.
Nov.14 tf 51
W1YJ. M.rJ HJILf 1 . D.,
(FFERS his professional serv ices to the citi
zens of our Village and District. Hlaving
graduated at the University of New York,. with
high honor, where he availed himself for the last
two years, of the advantages to) be derived from
he Eye and Ear Infirmary, various Hospitals,
&e., &c., offers his services to his fellowv-eitZens
with the hope that h4 will prove worthy of a
share of their patronag~e.
1r Rooa: at the SFANY Ho-rEL., No. 7.
Oct 2, ,tf 37_
Operations on the Teeth,
BY HORACE PAREER.
Address Edgefield C. H., or Sleepy Creek,
P., S. C
March 11 *' . 1 8
J AME S M. D AY,
OF RICHMOND, VIRGIlNIA,
Permanently located at Edgefield C
SH.,ooa his professional services
to the citizens of the'Village snd~
it vicinity; and will attend to any call he may
have either in the Village or Country.
All operations warranted. *
Marh 3.1850. '' f 8
OTICE is hereby given to the Distribatees
N of Pleasant Morris, dee'd-., and espeemilly
Pleasant, Hendriek, John, Joshua, Jos~ep~h
and Doctrine Morris, who live beyond-the limits
of the State, That a final settlement on said est
tat will be niade-in my office onMonday llkoi
June next. Give'n under mi hand at umy .ifice,
this the 3d March,'1852.
All those having demands against tie--said
estate will present them by the above.timet.
,H. T. WRIGHT, o. n. D'.
Ordinary's Office, 3d Miar 3m 7
ALL Persons indebted to the Estate of Mil
Cl ton Perkins, dee'd., are requested to makce
semediate paymnt, and all those having any
mtandwagainst said estate wil-presenlt them,
.r~r .. tELIX~ RODGERS, Ex'or.
Jan 61 1y .51
100 Cords Tan Bark
W ANTED, or whieh $5,00 per Cord will
bepidelivered at the Tan Yard.
R. T. MIMS.
-- - -
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pt~f W BAGS, &,
thi cit -Vr86jeosi
- - . 36
-om Mfann6c'ur e Nrhaland South
.EDLES A SCISSORS
is, WALLE POnT-IMOlE S
SO -- .. .. L
S AND wSRO,
it and'ehe:a Steo Pli t
Books,,:aPpe p [k, &c., &.
s nthe couritr' buceribers -are deter
:Iny Ho0use-iiC , . oti-Anguta.
ase call andexamf1he6obr thems elves.,
jwhqr - ,
plp&jaimi j0ft qouzigehagnsd for-.the
SodCaplin. li% .,, a man of suitabl
gaalneaionath~pige .ymay iducemenlts
~EDLE8J R GR, ISSR
(N LexthO s.O!E S
W Pn npsaO~&c., &cE
IIaad &.-ptoe on ue*h
BokA lagPSokpemade &cataio & ro
ga nso the besoq y. lanerCs ar e vtert
aecaadexaminef~ them. Erera.
g enfier 1 cde
Mr..'EA ,E 1 ithe tortae ar of i
oEt auebefiInll iball order for matri
an x~uee er o~okwt despah
R.' ,T.MIMlS, Prpitr
A .lrg St -~n ma- . P:Latio n Bro-L
Jan of th bet9l. Pif tr 5einiedt
UperSoe ohrnvs ltie.e
g-od tlionsi bte tol; -esaeofW lm
pament D aml'ET5,thoe Fori emand hs
agistlsaid, ~wifhll r ders em i toerly
ansd ee i lersg o aw. ihdepth
- RL . HMMO, ore
. an Feb*5 tf 3
A LL tli Ir o t hestaeo Nta
NAsiig 'd.-,are oriesse tare pay-b il
en sold vith '~~f as lore phactua buemrs
-un . t. NORS1Amx
T WORAT oE' Booticae.s
I Le hof~neb t'e Pe Worka, ofcani
,iiarrtt~w 4. ~ R . fq eT.s M*M. -a~
aCaaroldsi i n ine the gie theoabrle
atteted aeqrdh t ula s te tAM o D mae i
ILtosi*,gdto the estate of Oiveri
fiu, d ed~r i~me to. make edate
inet ~titfwi h ad nroe ig demandssth
naedia~ln yrrperly attested erngtw.
Marb ~W R A dminnato.
B~i y MaPUrsCOT edy
toplace t Subcribe a t
SL~. NN AGEN'.
Ma *'I $9 aoa'n ilgv h bv
Or usl an-the uhoe a d acer Sto
.ot ~ 1 adGra rte sate of LMPs
* . r ie Alo- I n
te oLhS. aeo Oie
DR. A. G. TEAGUI
Vholosale & Retail Draggist, a
FAKES this method of returning his thanks
. to his friends and patrons, fur the patron-*
ge he has received'in the sale of Drugs, Medi
He is now receiving an addition to his already
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals,
)ye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Putty
Physician's Bhop ruraiture, ec.
THE FINEST WINES AND-BRANDIES,
fur Medicinal purposes,
Fine Cigars and Tobacco,
Of his own and Northern make,
French Extracts, &c., &c.
aint, Hair, Hat, Shoe and Tanners Brushes.
Linctures & Medicinal Compounds,
made under his own snpervision in strict
accordarce with the U. S.Disp'ry.
rhe most Reputable Nostrums,4
All of whiehli he will sell at prices that will
=mpare favorably with any Southern market.
Those wishing to purchase articles in his line
vill do well to call and examine his Stock and
meces. - ..
-Edgei ed C. I.. Jan 22 tf 1
Messrs. Bushnell & Witt,
F AKE this method of informing their friends
and the public that their Machine Shop is a
now in complete operation.
They are prepared for building
Pannel Doors and Windows, Sash,
Blinds, Door Frames,
and all other articles in the Joiner's Business.
-A L 0 O
Bedsteads, Tables, Wash-Stands, &c
kept Constantly on hand for rale.
made or repaired to order.
Sash will be furnished filled with glas and
Those wishing work in our line, will please
call and examine our stock and pries before
buying elsewhere, and l-arn that as good work
can be done at Edgefield Court House, as euti
Feb 5 tr 3
State of South Carolina,
Briton 31ims and others,
175. Bill for Parf n
James R. Garrett, f and Accouni.
William Garrett and others) .
IT appearing that the ifendants James
R. Garrett, Willi:.m Garrett, Thoua IS.
Garrett, A bra n Martin and his wife'Carbliie
A. V. Martin, William H. Garrett, Elizabolt
S. Burt, and B. C. Sparks and his wife Mary.
Ann F. Spark%, reiide without the limits f,
this State, on motion of Mr. CAnnOLL, PhIin
iff's Solicitor: Ordered, that the said De
fendants, demur, plead or answer to the.
Paifitiff's bill of Complaint, within three
nonths from the publicatinn of this Orde-,
or the adid bill will be- taken- pro coifelso
A., SIN1KINy. E.D
Fb25 T u - 6
TH AT:Very.esiratble, pleasant
... and healthy..plaeo.known~as.the
e' Crnss Roads," 24j miles- from.
* EdgeflceIJ.C. II., on the Colunmbia
RI'od ontiining frous~ five to eight hundred
nres. - .
-Thre Pltantation is in gn repair with a never
ftiling welt of water, and all 'accssatry out
builings.. Together with a~commnodious Dwell
ig lou~se, nearly euompleted-two stories'high.
60. feet long, 42 reet wide, eight rouma and seven
(E- For further particulars apply tis thie Sub
sribera4t tlhe Spanw ieted, Edge.feld C. TI.
- JOIIN IIUIET.
Feb 20 tf 6
T HE Subscribers return their thanks to
their f'riends and customers for former
favors, and solieit a conitiace of the sanme, at
the late stand of .John Lyon, where they have
removed that p~ortionm of their Stock saved from
the late fire, which they will sell low.
The loss su..tained by the tire renders it neces
sary for thenm or call on those who are indeb~ted
to them to muake paynent at the earliest possible
WILLIAMS & CTIRISTIE. -
Jan 21. 152 tf I
AhTIOSE AND) LOT containing about two
a 1 aeres, one and a half miles from Edgefield
on the Columbia Road. There are on the 1.4t
a well of good water anad all neessary outbuild
igs for a small fnnily.
The planee will be sold for Cash or on time,
-the purchase money being anmply secured
nndi imnediate possession given.
l17 A pply at this Omlie.
Feb5 tf 3
Land for Sale.
rflUNE Subseribe~r effers for sale the lands be
I longing to the Estate of Joseph aloorC,
One Tract containing about seventy-seven
acres, adjoin'mg lads of James Rainsfurd, S.
Christie and ot thers.
One other Tract containing Sv and a half
acf's, adjoining lands of Dr. E. J1. Mims, Mrs.
L. T. Moore anid others.
The above L~ands lies near thme Village and'a
portion of it is well tinmbered and can be pur
chased at private sale on liberal termn..
.].E PEN N, Ex'or.
Feb 12 . tf -4
O F ALL DESCRIPTIONS, may be had at
the Tannery for Cin.
Also Tanner's and Neat's Foot Oil; the latter
the best article for Harness.
Cpsh paid for Hides and good Oizk Bark.
All orders addressed to Williams & Christie,
or to M1. L. M. Munger at the Tan Yar4, will
be promptly attended to.
*I. T. MIMS.
Feb..5 tf 3
QSH AVING SOAP'. This Compound yields
s lather, which is heavier and more permanent
than can be produced by anmy..other Soap-sup
porting asygaqstaining the beard without irrita
ting the skin.' It is warranted to please in all
eases, or'theo money wvill be refunded. Call and
geta sup ply and make a trial, and you will be
cnvinced. For sale by
G. L. PENN, AoENT.
March 11 - tf. . 8
A L~I those'Indebted to thegiate'of Charles
t.B. Logan, dee'd., are reqeired to make
payment, and those having demands to present
them properly attested.
M. W. LILES, )
A. NIX, Ad'rs.
E. P. HOLLOWAY.)
Feb'A 10 11 5
AUb1DICE,. DYSPEPSA, CHBONO O
NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISE'SESMIV.
HIE KIDNEYS,AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING: R3E.
Disordered Liver'or Stomach sch as-Con
stipaion, Inward Piles. Fullness 'or Blood
to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau
sea, Heart-butn, Disgust for Food, Fuilness
or Weight in fhe Stomach, Sour Bructation,
Sinking -r Fluttering at the pit af the Stom
ach. Smimming at the Head, Hdrried and
Dificult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart,
Choking or Sufocating sensations when in a
lying posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or.
We6s before the Sight, Fever and dull pain
in the Head, Defciency or Perspiration, Yel
lowr es of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
Side. BaIk. Chest,- Limbo-, 4c., Burning in
the Flesh,' Sudden Flushes of Heat, Con-.
stont Imaginings of Evil and Great -Depres
sion of Spirits, ean be effectually cured by
!EEBRATED Gli!NAN BITT"ERS
DR.'C. Ill. JACKSON,
AT T1E GERMAN MEDICINE STORE, -
120 Arch treet, Philadelphie.
1'HEIR power -over theabo've diseases. i. not
Sexcelled-ifequalled--by any other prejarn
ion in the United States. as the cures attest, in
many cases after skilful physicians hadfailed1.
Thiese Bittersare worthy the attention of inva',
kis. Possessing great virtues in the rectification.
f discases'pf the Liver and lesser glands, exer
:ising the most searching powers in weakness and'
.fections of thd digestive organs, they are withal,
afe certain'nd pliaant.
. Read and be Convinced! .
The editor of the " BosTon BzE," said, Decem
ver 22nd. 1850:
Dx. Hoort.AND's CELEBRATED GERMAN flrr
rEns for-the cure of Liver Complnint,. Jaundice,
.yspelsia, Chronic or Nervous Debility, is deser.
redly one of the most popular medicines of the
lay. These Bitters have been used I.y thousands,
Lnd a freind at our elbow say. he has himselff re
-eived on efle-tual and permanent 'cure of Lier
7mplaint from the use of this remedy.. We ie
onvinced that, in the use of these Bitters,~the pa.
ient ronstantly gain strength and~ vigor-a fact
worthy of great consideration. They are pleasant
n taste and smell, and can be used by persons
with the most delicate stomachs with safety, un
ier any circumstances. We are speaking from
,mperience.nnd to the afflicted weadvise their u#.
"Scovr's Wrr.LY," one of the best Literary
papers published, said,
"iDr. HoortLAt/'s GERMA B niEs, '-tmnu
racinred by Dr. Jackson, are now recommended
b)v some of the most prominent members of the
riculty as an article of much efficacy in cases of
emale we-tkness. As such is the case, we would
.dvise all mothers to obtain a bottle, and thus save
hetelves mnch sickness. Persons of debilitated
constinions will find these fitters advantageous
to their health, *s we 1now from experience the
ialutary effect they have upon week systens."
More * Eidence
The ". PIILADELIIA SAIruafna GAzrE,"
tiehe est family newspaper published in the United
States, says. of tiese valuable Bitters:
" It: is seldom that we reCoqimend what:are
termed Patent M1edicines, to the confidence and
patronage of our readers , trad therefore wfieriwe
recommend Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters, we
wish it to hi distinctly understood that:we are-not
speaking of the nostrums-of the day, "that -are
noised about for a brief period:and then- forgotten
after they have done thef gtiltv race of mischief,.
but of a .medicine. long -established, uniyersally
prized.''and which has met the hearty appiroval of
thefacitlty itself." ' -
Etefeiir evfen his been eceived like,
tfdii.egniig) fr6m all siin'sibf th 4inleirthi6
laso ie' tha 'ie-sim-ao o " t a de
'ina i G,''o ~ edh iredb kutvaipgAas
dseases-the infet'is' ifimedite.. They can-be
admiistjedii6fernald or'inifant nith-safety and
reiable benefit at-any time."
Bewei-e of CounterfetprL
This ndiefne lias- attained that high, character
which is' necessary for all medicines 'to attain to
indudio'nterfefiers to pnf forth spurions articles
at the risk of the lives of those who an innocent
ly deeeilved. -
Los waE~.!&1o' ?tnE STAlRKS oi' 'rHT: GENUtnE.
They have the written signature of C.3M. ACK
SON upon the wrapper, and lis. name filown mn
the bottle. weilhoit wich tXeyr are sparious.
For sale Wholesale and Nteta'i at the " German
Meichie Store." No. 120 Arch street, one door
below Sixth, Philadelphia; and by respectable
dealers genterafly through the country.
Prices Redu ced ..
T'o enahle ail efasses of invalids to enjoy the
adtantaes of their great restorative powers.
:NOarx lfo'rr.E 175' c EYN'r.
For sale, on ageney, at Edgefield C. II.. hi -
G. L PENN.
August 21, . ly . .31,
JEW DAVID'S BEBREW PLASTER
'TEI great remedy for Rheumatism, Gonr. Pain
Lin -the. Side.-1Hip. Back, ~imbisand Joints,
Scrofula. King''.Evil. White Swelling; Hard Tti
mors. Stiff Joints, mend all fixed' pains whate'er.
Where this Plaster is applied. Pain cun.sot exist.
It has been beneficial in case of weajnnesenuch as
Pain and Weakness in the Stomach. Weak Limbs,
Laeness, Airection of the Spine, Female Wdak
ness, &c. No female,. subject to pain or weakness
in the back or side, shoald be withotit it. Married
ladies, in delicate situations,.find great relief from
eontanty' wearing this Plaster.
The ajrpication of the Plaster between the
houlders has been .found a certain remedy for
olds,. Coughs. Phthisic, anid Affections of the
Lungs in their primary stages. It destroys inflam
nation by perspiration.
The following commendation it from an agent
residing at Trenton..Tennessee:
TR ENTOY, Gibson Co. Tenn., Nov. 7, '49
Messrs. ScovtL. & MEA.-Gentlemen: ~The
Hebrew Plaster is becoming popular in this section.
Thr is a lady in this county who says she would
mot be -withont this Plaster for -five hundred dol
lars a year. The was afflicted for some time with
an enlargement of the spleen, which gave, her a
reat deal of. pain. The swelling and pain had
extended up nearly to the armpt, and occasionally
uhe could scarcely breathe. 6'he was confined for
a considerable time, during which she was attend
td by some of our best physicians, but they gave
lier no relief. She procured a box of the Hebrew
Plaster, and it relieved her .almost, immediately,
and now she keeps a supply of it on band constant
ly. These facts you are at liberty to use as yu
hink proper--they are substantially true.
Respectfully, your. &'c.,
JESSEE J1. WELLS.
gi'Betoareeof counterfeits and Baise Imitatics
Caro.-The subscrl.bersare the onlv general
gents in the-Southern 8th.tes for the sale of this
truly valuable Plaster;. and, in .order to prevent
purchasers being imposed-on by a counterfeit arti
:le, sold In this City and elsewhere, for the genu
ino, they- invite particular attention to the follow.
ing of the genumne:
1. The genuine is put up iin- .mooth, engine.
urned bottomed boxes, soldered in.:
2. The genuine lia the engraved head of Jew.
David -on the directions- around the box, wij~h ac-.
:ompanying-record of court to E. Taylor,.Rochea
or..- AlSO TAKE NOTICE
Ihat the genuine has the signanturE. TAYLOR
in the steel plate engrave label, on the top' of
ach box- to imitate-which, will-be prosecuted as
r nery. - -
The Counterfeit is coarsely put -up, in immita
on of the old labels, and Is sold by several dea
er in medicine in this City~'for ihe genuine arti
. - - -
Beware of It--ft Is .Wnrthl~ess.
- - : SCOVIL-& MEAD,
------ 113 Chartres-st., I. Orleans.-.
Only Agents for the Southern -States, to whom'
11 orders and applications for agencies must.in
~aably be addressed.
Sold at wholesale by HAVILAND HARREL,
a Co., nd P. MW. COH EN, & Co.. Charleston-;
.d HKAVIL AND, KEESE & Co., No.80 Maiden
uae, New York.
Ju.e1 6om. 22
and. ualiouyM ~
Militiry and Naval
York, January', -t
."It is ieldoie'd e
space in these colun.I
:rticle in the paw, ntli~n
see the life of-a feaw
of-any medi ift
.ght, if notourdu
.of facts, that others may, "I
fitted. .Theewe-wiW ah*iq#J
article wais that'oft.yo*1
tance, who b'y frequent ex
coiitra~cted a Cold h qeh
fore its rivages epuicbesa'
two years ago this. wiitt.'
were used, but ith e
The Cough grew worser w
tion, mid the sunlien eye id
told plainly~ tiar'bitonaryd
worston jier delicate frame. T
clan was cninjted.- andlth
.admiit1e young ltdy-loa.
-as toa cure.- At this sritAuhe
are hapy toittate e wasp le
than ree oftiby.hiimedi
eveii hopd wis deltroi d. 44WIW
ment dn sueha case a-thsW
wilireach. mere Polieed
any doubt dtW'atihetic i(
them call -at .hi.Offce U
val Argus. -
From thiYJC' Y..'
DR. RocES' Srau - -
TAa.-WC have heard o rve in
recently effected by thisexcellent
paratiion.,ind in one (stince dIti
observation,- we can open . 11"
our employees who. had suf edi&eT3 y
long standing cold,.dymTng the, Pa
menced the use of this mediclnh a'
entirely disappeared. -
From the N74. .7 ln h-raf
LVRWorT jRbfAf' - h.20f ihib
Rogter' CougliMadicle irie py~
articles. i; is needless now.to4*i
in speedily caringCoil ola
com laints. whic. too -reeq f
reau t in Consumpiow,:-is,
public confidene to nee
From the N.Y.Despai
Wa have heretofore tak'en o& *ov U
testimony in favor 4f the. ciratflw In,
Dr. Rogers' Compound Syinp oft
Tar, and vould here repeat..tie
given, for all persons who are afli
sumption, ofany of ,ie pristrfmilolj.*
to make a-trial of Dr.lp tt
g The Genunne is 16.
on the steel'plate-cugnii wrapper '
bottle, and i sold- wholesale
f13 Clitess a
Sole General 'it'forik
whom all more6,tnst b-alda
Sold also by G. L.PENN.
T , .
lf . irErrfe ,hAC S1a96.v h1
you inieisted, and. tire new l~% t tkK ir
is a mtoat exeslnt iirtielihe psind "ulie
favor. Two yeaI~sfineii ucK 4~ and
have bud it inti(tiiu itiuiy~''e
'ut of r'pir- in any-re/pet zjsV ' dite
purposes you uecommend-it,.ar-. ees
fully emnmend it to farmers iipl SCqjDd
1-ouTJ not 6e indued -tr part with ie onejlave,
writhion thie pi-ospect -of obtaining- aite'-o
tive tiniesit edst. '
--. espcet fu~y5 3~*
used onec of yoerS'~tJraw.Ctters~jO eat rootsino
my. preparationsf..Q tsaa ysaw
Jf the rots. wtre.-very . ad,d~~.~
lipppj'to say yiiurSttaw Cutcrunn etd
my expeltationIs.". The puiibi''i:ed1 ziepko
delr,or by acciidentallygettiht laiibtae
ini it . Yours,respec ,~4.
ask~ low I like the Sta'Cfe
you. ,1. say it exceli~ any 2I~~~Ip
have .ever seeni, and 1 col
part with it, witjout tlie'. n
a,icl.e,fer any.ecmmon tcnsideri.i
DFR4 Si.; I have been singp,4n
Straw Cutters - .o:.ome three..gts
ad -am satisted -Uiat .it adraat, . all
others, arc msi that it lwill recomnied&seltCt
every observer." Its jtdi1ptedness<1t"'ntting, All
kinds of graini, inny desir1ale lens ljfrrt
to the operator, 1he.minitiniofjo ~ se
to keep it in operation,' the Asptb ~ jW ICh
it executesite -work; cotnb ~~~4~lity
and durability. must make ii ~ b4~ ry
one that may bare use for thiten. -.ij t
* A. 134EAGU.
To Wu. L~is Eq
. DR. DN*89t
GEORGIIA SARS F~R~&
Jaundice, Sick Head-ache, D n ofs.~b
.r. Rheurneaism,.caused - .hevp4he
ry,~ By phili*, ScrefuaB iu4 i~
T IITS PREPARATION isma 'a
Isible, Itichitter takte, and. beueia~feg
in diseases of the Livert'and ee
an impure state of the Blood roeir e
PUREST. AND MOSTJJ
preparationof Sariaparilla stis
Those who have. used theylus i
of Sarsaparilla ilid
that there is more Sarsprfa ~ teog*Ik
DzNs': praatiitbwhalf a dozi eosles
.as it.iu.generallymd ,
- t'altranive anid:iIu f~
the bowels, m a otathijd'
Mrry, but ueil6emovzgf~
frmthe imprudetuse ii'Msb
.Prepared-only by ,J. DE
A. . T.AG
astu,Charleatnn~ ;-loA~YRi3T( dIJO' d,
Cntus, Columbia. AW
L.E, W. F. & 3. Tuarm, W. XMKwurx,
m-r & CanYsa, Augukita, Geeo anilb
gista' generally. -
Pice-41 per bottle; 6 botl :- .
~'Remember to'ak: for- DENNI' GEOR
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