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OF THE COMMISSIONE
WHEREAS, by an Act of the Legislature, I
the Secretaries of the several Boards of Coim
ceedings Annually: The undorsigned, Secr
, Clurenddn County, do beg leave to report :
At a meeting of the Commissioners of the
Bradhrm's, on the 2nd Saturday in January,
viz:-A. B. Brailsford, Win, T. Brogdon, P. .
vin): It was Resolred, That Thirty per cent. sa
last year, 1848. On motion, adjourned until th
At a meeting of the Board of Commissioner
hleury Bradhmi's, on the 2nd Saturday in Aug
ent, viz:--A. B. Brailsford, W. W. Owens an
Wm. T. Brogdon), when the following sums u
Mrs. S. Rhanme, . - $ 20 00
" Ann Chapman, - - 40 00
M. Jones, - - 15 00
" . Griffin, - - - 50 05
" elly Kent, - - - 40 00
" Mary Jones, - - - 10 00
' Milly Lowder, - - - 15 00:
" Acock, - - 10 00
" Dinkin's Child - - - 7 00
" Silvy Hodge, - - - 20 00
" Arter, - - - 15 00
" Rebecca Byrd, - - - 15 00
"" Hall, - - - 20 00
" Thomas Tobias & Wife, - 50 00
" Butlers 2 yt Children, Lucretia
and Mary; - - - 15 00
" Barwick, - 80 00
Richard Garral, - - 5( 00
" Timons' Child, - - - 7 50
Wan S. Guerry's Child Laura, - 7 50
Nancy Hodge, - - - 10 00
Lydia David, - - - 10 00
" T. Geyden, - - 20 00
" Jane t. White, - - 10 00
" Phillips, - - - 10 00
" Burkett, - - - 25 00
" Barfield & her 2 afllicted Children, 20 00
" Thigpen's 3 youngest Children, 22 50
James Ridgeway, - - 25 0(0
Aug. 9. By Cash received from W.
F. Butler, Tax Collec
tor, - . 8 967 20
By cash refunded by Mrs.
Jehn Rhodus for John
Rhodus' Coflin, which
was furnished gratuit
ously, - - - 5 00
John A. Pack's pension
not collected for last
year, - - - 10 00
I. B. BROGDON, Clerk
August 11, 1849,
OF TILE WESTERN BOARD OF C
At a meeting of the Western Board of Comni
on the 13th day of Augmus 1849, the followir
T. C. Richardson, T. 1). Rhame, R. I. Maanning
L. Felder, James II. Tindal and Thomas W. 11
Butler), when the Clerk submitted the foliowi
Westn Board of Connissioners of i
countl C2urrent withi 1. B. Biroydon,
mencing August 14, 1848.
Aug. 14. To IHenry Blradham's Tav.
crnt Licence, granted by
1849. the B1oard, - - 15 0(1
July 13. To Rt. C. Dollard perrmit up
to l4 Mlay. 1849, -50(0
To Cash 14 Aug. 1848, 14 (It
To Sherill'Skinner's rececipt
on Brid re Tax Execu
tion pait , - - '2 56'
lhay 8. To Cash received of Sherifl
oft Charleston,, Execution
against JTno, N. IDavis for
fi ne not main g Rtoads, 51 00
Alay 15. To Rt. C. Doldlardl's permit up
to1 13 Autr. 1819. -- 3 75
To Error in WV. L. Reynoiilds
Account paid last year 5(0
The following Resolution passed by the Bou
Clerk's Report bie received.
I. B. DIROGDON,
N EW G
THIE SUBSCRIBER calls the attention of his
STOCK OF STAPLE ANI
Whlich is now complete, and will he shown wit
of the leadini
FOR LADI E' 1.
Rich Figured and P'lain Chan:gealle81LK1S;
Alousseline de Laiines; Rich Figured Mohair
and Cobsurge; Plain and Fancy C olored A l[act
Delaines. A large assortmcent of (Goghmcus am
Ladies' SILK SACKS, MANTILLAS, aind
Superior Black BROADtILOTH S and CAS
Tweeds, Albertine Cloth, aund Jeans.
DAMASK DIAPERS; Napkins and Doilies
buck, Birds'-Eye, andl Scotch Diaper.
Brown and Bleached SH EETI NGS; Canton
above comiprie a large variety of width style,
A large and varied assortinent of Negro Il
Bdcc Blankets, imrported for city trade, ver cho
EMBROID)ERIES of all kindc: Lace Capes,
&c. A fine assortment of Lace Edlgings of all
one dh/rerent rarieties. inchidiung Alexa'ndre's
women, and children, includings ladies and ge
lection of Bonnet and Neck Ribbons. AIs,,
Cords and Tassels, Rollers, &.c., painted in Oil (
and Ih[ndkerchuiefs, in great variety; Peormner
The subscribier is also in receipt of Rich Tapi
and rIch pattern; English and American Urusst
rior Three Ply Carpets, of the latest styles and
of ha ns.ome sty les, and sonme at very loir prcs
the Ca rpots; Venetian Stair Carpets. Floor Cloi
Th'le a bove comaprisos the largest a'ssortineunt
hisa customers, and have been v'ery carefnlly sm!
naud with the above will b'e swohj ai very i.w
RS OF THE POOR OF
>assed December 1844, rnaking It the duty of
rissioners of the District to report their pro
3tary of the Commissioners of the Poor for
[DON COUNTY, 13th JANUARY, 1849.
Poor for Clarendon County, held at Hdnry
vhon the following members were present,
Butler, and W. W. Owens; (absent S. Har.
ould be assessed on the General Tax, for the
02nd Saturday in August next.
1. B. BROGDON, Se-. 4. Treas.
CLARENDON COUNTY, August 11, 1849.
of the Poor for Clarendon County, held at
rust, when the following members were pres.
Samuel iJarvin; (absent P. M. Butler and
ere directed to be paid out.
" J. Richbourg for nursing and attend
ing Mrs. Jesse Rhame during her
last illness, - - 20 00
" Mary A. Ridgeway's 4 youngest
Children, John, Amanda,
Peter and Annah, - - 30 00
Thames 4 Children, Eliza, Thomas,
James and Hannah - - 25 00
SMar - . - - 40 00
Mantain, - - - 15 0(
S. Owens 2 Cildren, John and
William, - - - 30 00
Thomas Giddings, - - 30 00
Jane Jinkinson, - - - 15 00
Jno. W. Blrogdon for S. Gibhalt's
Colflin, - - - 3 00
J. A. Mitchum Ass'e for E. IHodge, 8 50
Mrs. Richbnurg's 2 children, Laura
and John, - - - - 15 00
John II. David-for Geo. Brunson's
Collin, - - - - 3 0(
N. A Ridgill's cost, State vs. R.
Counel, - - - - 2 00
Vm. S. Guerry's child, 2 months
Board - - - - 1 25
Expenses paid Bradham, - - - 10 (N
Willis Brunson and wife, - - 30 00
$ 867 84
Aug. 9. To Clerk's Commission on
972 20 at 5 per cent, 48 61
Due Clerk on last year, 8(
To Sheriff's not collected, 3 70
To Cash in hand to day 61 1i
$ 982 20
& Treas. Com'rs. Poor Clarendon County.
)MMISSIONERS OF ROADS FO11
nissioners of Roads held at Henry iBradhanm'n
g nimnbers were present, viz.-J. R. Brock
, W. 1,. Reynolds, Henry ). Bethune, John
riggs; (absent W. 11. B. Richardson and P. M
ig Account current:
i'oads for C'lare'ndonz C~ounty, Tn A
('9erk - raue for the year co'm
Bly Clerk's Salary this year
up to Aug. 10, 1849. $ .10' O(
By Anmount piaid for Journal
for Conmnissioners of
this Board to transcribe
thre old volume Comn'rs.
1819 Roads, - - . 4 O(
Mlay 141. Bly amount paid Clerk for
transcribing obil volume
of Conunr'rs. Rloads, 53: 7(
May 14. By amiount paid W. F. But
ler for nmails, 1 O(
A ug. 13. lby balance Cash in hand
$ 1341 41
ard on the 1 3dh August-Recsolved, that th(
llerk & Trens. W. II. Com'rs. Roads.
friends, and the Public generally to his larg<
) FANCY DRY GOODS,
Impleasure. The following constitute so1me
g articles :
Chiangeabule Tlurk Sat its; Fitrured and Plait
I ~ust res; Al ide and Rich CX'onlre lerinmoeu
as; Black Silks; JBombauisins; Alpaccas, an<(
SIM~ERES; and a good a ssortmenmt of Panc)
Irish Linen; Sheetings and Lawvns; Ilucka.
Ilannels; Tick -ings and Cotton Diapers. Thc
,ANK( ITS, Super French (Ribbon Iloundj
ice; also, ('rib do.'
Collars, Cuff'n, Infamnts' WVorked Bodlies, &5c.,
styles; Ladies' (Gent lememn Gloves of thirty.
IBe'/; I Iosiery, of ail descriptions, for men,
nt lemnen's Merino Unider Shirts; a choice se.
beiting. WVindow Shades, with the necessary
'olors, Philadelpuhia Made Umbrellas; Shawls,
', Coumba, IBrushmes, and Toilet Covers.
stry Velvet CA RP'RTING, of splendid stykc
Is carpets, of new and beautiful styles; Supe.
cho'ice pa;ttrns; Superior Iigrain Carpets,
Rtidh Chenille and 'Tufted Rugs, to matci
hs anid iBaizes, a good assort ment.
of Carpets thne subscriber has ever offered te
ectedl ill regard t) patterns, style, and (puality
'at P rices.
No. I, Hrick Rtange.
EONS OF TEMPERANCE,
.Sumter Division No, 12.
The re ular Weekly Meeling of this Diei.
sion will, bo held on Wednesday Evening
next, at their Hall at 7 o'clock.
P. O'SULLIVAN, R. S.
Sumterville, S. C. . ' 19 ly
Rail Road cNotice,
The freight on Cotton from Camden and
way stations, will be as heretofore, one dollar
per Bale, until further notice.
Nov. N. D. BAXLEY, Agent.
Nov. 13 1849.
A valuable plantation containing nine hun
dred and eleven acres, situated in Claremont
County, about seven miles from Sumterville,
on the, public road leading from Sumterville to
the Swimming Pens. There is or. the place
a good Dwelling F louse, Kitchen, Smoke
House, Stables, Corn House &c. All in good
repair. For terms apply to Sam]. J. Bradford
J. W. Dargan or thu Subscriber on the plant
ation. Win. VAUGILN.
Nov. 171849 4 if
1000 Bushels of Corn;
Also Fodder, for sale low, for Cash, at planta
tion, near Stateburg,
T. D). SUMITER.
Nov. 21, 1849. 4 tf
R, C. ANDERSON,
FORMERLY BARNET & ANDERSON.
At the Sign of the Big Hat,
No. 3 MERCHANTS RoW CoUtBIA, S. C.
Keeps constantly on hand the most exten
sive assortment of CLOTTI1NG and IIA TS
of any other House in this Market. All of
which will be sold on as good terms as can he
bought in the State, and every article warran
ted. R. C. ANDEItSON.
Nov.211849 4 4wn
G0Ojbs AssorltEd iona for
Sale by L. B. AANKS.
Bagging and Rope for Sale
by L. B. HA NKS.
1 Barrel hams for sale by
L. D. HANKS.
No;. 17 1849
A PIANO in good repair, will be sold low
if applied for immediately. Apply at this
ofice or to A, J. Moses.
Oct. 31, 1H19. 1 tf
A desirable Summer Residence on the High
Hills near Providence. Twenty-five Acres
of Land are attached to the premises. For
terms which will be accommodating apply to
L. M. Spann, on the spot, or to W. 1. B
Ilaynsworth, in Sumterville.
14 Nov. 1819. 3 5t
Dwelling and Store for SalI.
The very desirable HOUSE and LOT of
18 acres, now occupied by Mr. 11. Skinner,
a beautiful and retired residence for a private
family; and the STORE IHOUSE, at present
occupiied byv Mr. L. B. Ilanks, oppiosite to Mr.
China's11otel, a first rate bumsiness stand. are
niow in market anid rrill /se sold l /m.
Enquire of the ownter at Rev. N. Grahaa'.e
or of }Maj. T. McD). Baker, or of \V. F. Ii.
I laynskorth, Esq,52 f
EquGar itys Notice,
All guardialns, trusteces receivers and others
who are bound to account to the Commission
ein Equity for Sumter District, are hereby
required to be and appear befo)re said Comt
isioner at his ofiie at Surnter Court 1 louse,
the second Tluesdlay in Janiuary, and the
'Ii esdlays in Januiary' and Febiruary next, to
inake ret urnis of the e'st ates ini their hanids,
posessoni or managezment, settingr for'th on
o'athI, the pairticu lars andl vahr le of such estate,
and an accoutit of all inonerv receivted amid
pa id for sid esta:.tes, andl to . ublstaniate thIe
samze byv proper and sutlicient touirbers; also
to produce all bonds, note!s, cert iticates of
stock and other evidce of chioses in act son,
wh ieb ares specified i sakiu ret urn; anrd aliso allI
tithe deeds, tbillIs ot sale anid othei'r muIniinents
of title oft prop~erty puirchased~ by him or her,
or thm, for his, her or mtheir wardl or ersty
quni trust. Th'lose wvho fail. rules will b~e un
mzediatiely issued against thm l .
Nov. 7th 1849t. 3 it
Wdl1 be sold at Sumiiterv .1 t on Monday :3rd
of D ecembier next, the planitt iion belongciig to
the estate of 31lrs. A. E. lIonenm deceisedl, coni.
tiing two hnnmdred anid thirty (200)) acres
of landI, tunder good fenice, and in ac high state
It is unniecessary tosay more of the piroct. c
iveness of this place, t han to state, that it has
the present season pirodumced miore than. live
bales of cotton to the. hiand, besides atn abunxd
ant p~rovisioni cr.
It is situated one miie from thle Claremont
D~epot--Ca ome I ranuch 1:a I I. ad.
TIerms, on a credlit of onie, two, andmc thIiree
years; secured hby hlond with personal securi
ty, and mlortgage of the place. Interest on
the whole pai annually.
_Nov.__10, l1ij9 3 a
All persons having dem~iands against thle
Estate of Mrs. A NN E.. ittOAC CI late ot Stum
ter District, are noi titled to handci them in
properly attested; and thioso iindebted, to
WIhJLLI SA ND)Il1S, Rxc'for.
Oct 30, 1 if
300 pr. Negro Blankets,
1000 ydls, I rseys and laseys.
I'in Scale lhv
'!.AhliK & 1.EWIS.
NEGRO SHOES, &C,
To the Planters if Suamter and
JOEL WIVTIIERUBY, Corner of King and
Society Streets, Charleston S. C. respect
fully calls the attention of Planters and oth
ers to his large and well selected assortment
Plantation Brogans and House
BOOTS AND SHOES,
comprising a stock of over
Thirty Thousand Pairs
of first, second and third qutilities-both black
lie has made arrangements with some of
the best Shoe Manufacturers to be supplied
direct from their FACTORIES by the week
ly Steamers from New York and Philadelphia,
thereby aflirding PLANTERS a rare oppor.
tunity of making their selections of GOOD
FItESI I Shoes, rid such as will give satis
Still adhering to the "Nimle .Sixpence
Cash Syslem" great inducements are oFered
to purchasers to call and take a look before
A general assortment of Boots, Shoes and
Trunks, Carpet Bags, &c., for Family use.
OrDont forget the NO.
Cur. King and Society streets,
Charleston, S. C.
Nov. 14, 1849. 3 7t
By virtue of sundry Executions to ine di
rected, will be sold at Sumter Court Ilouse,
on the first Monday and day following in
December next, within legal hours of sale, to
the highest bidder for Cash, the following
property. Purchasers to pay fer Titles.
One lot of 4 acres of land and
buildings thereon, in Manchester, adjoining
lands of - and where Sanl. J. Tindall
lives, levied upon as the property of Samuel
Tindall, at the suit of J. S. & L. Bowie.
One tract of 150 acres of land
more or less in Claremont, adjoining lands of
and where defendant lives, levied upon
as the property of J. M. Kolb, at the suit cf
One tract of 425 acres of land
in Claremont, adjoining lands of - and
where defondant lives, levied upon as the
property of IV. 11. Brunson, at the suit of A
IHARVEY SKINNER, s. S. D.
10 Nov, 1849.
By virtue of sundry Executions to me di
rected, will be sold at Sumter Court House,
on the first Monday and day following in
December next, within the legal hours of sale,
to the highest bidder, for Cash, the following
Pecrsonar Property. P'urchiasers to pay for
1 i egro levieAd on as the prop
erty of. W. J. F. Bethnne, at the suit of 13.
I hiorsec levied on as the prop~
erty of P. W. Cu llen, at the suit of W. J.
I negro leviedI on as the pro
perty of T. J. Coghlan, at the suit of 5. 8.
I negro levied on as the prop
er:y of WV. R. Gavle, at the suit of Daniel
Lloyd and llenry hJradham, f. al.
1 negro levied on as the prop
e'rtv Titn. 1L. Jones, at the suit o~f WV. A.
(CItcloughu, IF. G. Deschamnps and Ily. Kelly.
I horse levied on as the prop
erty oif J. .M. Kolb, at the suit of \\~ mi. E.
I whuardson f. al,
2 negroes levied on as the
piropierty ot W. E. .Mellett, at the suit of F. G.
Decschunps, J. J. Aloore and .McDowaII &.
1 mul~e levied on as the prop
erty of T. T. Touchberry, at the suit of II.
I horse levied ont a., the prop..
erty of J. II. Watt, at the suit of J'imes 11.
I'rescot t, for al. 2 cases.
3 negroes levied on as the
>iroperty ot I. D. Whitworth, at the suit of
I an k of Camuden.
410 bushels of corn, 1000 lbs.
of Fodder, 20 head of I logs, 10 hushels of
I'otates, It) do. do. slips, half dozen sitting
Ch-oirs, 2 lteJs andl Furniture, 2 led-steads,
I ar of Gese 12 headi( of Fowvls, I louse
hold anid K tc hen lFurnit ure, levied on as the
property of Thius Giddins, at the suit of Thons.
C lary for al. To he sohll at dlefenidant's rest.
dence on Tuesday 4th D~ecemnber.
Soine' corn, sonme fodder, and
sotme Cotton in the seed levied on as the pro
perty' of A. J. Ilieks, at the suit of 3. .
Tuminions. To be sold at defendant's rest
dence on Tuesday 41th~ Decembi~er.
II-\lVEV SKINNIR S. S D.
I ty vi rtune of ani Order friom Wmn. Low
is, Esq. O rdmlary of Sumiter D istrict, I will
sell on the first Mlonday in D ecemiber nex.'t, ait
Stur.ter Court I Jouse', betweeni the legaul
hours of sale. onie tract of ld, contanmng
450 ac'res, in M iddlle Salemu, otn MAeet ing house
Biranchi, waters of Black Rtiver, pounded by
Margaret lunggins, Estate of Mary Ander
son, 11>yrd Kmtg, Wmn. llancock, and Jamecs
Wilsoni, originally granted to Wim. I lancock.
Tiermns--On a credit till first (lay of Janua
ry 18~51, for one half, the other half anid fees
cash,. tihe purchuaser giving lBond with good
security andll a Mortgage of the premlises to
the Orthnary tur the paymnent of the purchase
mosney, wvith linterest from lie day of' Sale,
11. SKIN NElR, S. S. 1).
10) Nov. 1810. :1 ;t
Ji UST I1IECE LVi ELD.
Sumoked I leof, and utl 1lio Tonugutes,
At 0uh signI f !he Ar ro
To Country Merchants Par.
A. NORTH BRICK RANGE COLUMBIA
07 LIBERTY-STREET NEW-YORK:
J. C. GREEN leg leave to inform the
Merchants generaly that he has taken charge
of the abov.e eatablisement and will offer great
inducements to the closest Buyers.
The stock consists in part of
Cloths] Cassimeres, Sattinets, Flannels, Lin
ens, TickirigstHosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, La
ces, and Embroidcio&
Dress Goods of the NeV west Styles
Such as-Silks, Merinos, Cashmeres, yo.
nese Cloths, Mohairs, Alpacas, Bombazinds,
Ginghams, Prints, &c., &c., &c., which he
will sell at a slight advance upon the New
York prices, thereby saving the expense of
Insurance and Freight.
A large assortment of
P. S. Just received another large lot of
Blankets at from 75 cents upwards.
All persons indebted to the late firm of J.
C. WALKER & CO., are requested to make
immediate payment, as the affairs of that
fin must be closed immediately.
Oct 24 48 3m
ar We are authorized to
announce JOHN W DA RGAN, a candidate
for Tax Collector, for Claremont County, at
the next Election.
Oct. 31, 1849. 1 tf
We are now receiving and opening for
sale the largest assortment of goods ever
offered in this Town; to which we would re
spectfully call the attention of our customers
and the public generally. We will not be un
dersold by any house for cash; and offer as ma
ny inducements to approved credit, as any
one. Call and examine for yourselves.
A. J. &. P. MOSES.
Nov. 6th, 1810.
A large and general assortment viz:
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware and Cutlery,
Carpenters and Blacksmiths Tools, Carrage
Trimings, India rubber goods &c., Boots and
Shoes, Hats and Caps, Saddlery, Stationary,
a good Stock of Crockery, a very large Stock
of CLOTHING, and a variety of other goods
almost too tedious to enumerate. The sub
scriber having purchased his stock in the
city of New I ork, and at the closest possible
prices, chiefly for cash, enables him to feel
prepared to suit customers in prices.
L. B. HANKS,
Oct 22 52 tf
200 pr. Negro Blankets.
2000 yds. Negro Kerseys and Linseys.
For sale by
L B. HANKS.
Oct 22 52 tf
Eccr' Offered in Sumnteraville.
The subscribers havin" received a fresh
supply of FA LL and WiNTER GOODS,
take pleasure in offering to their friends, and
the puddic at a triing percentage the follow
ing well selected Merchandise, to wit:
.Musline D'Laines;' French Cashmeres,
Ginghams, Funcy Prints, Mourning Prints,
Bleached and Brown Cotton Shirting, Shawls,
Suspendlers, Hat Ribbons, Sup. Irish Linen,
Bleached and Brown Canton Flannel, 8-4
Trable Damnsk, 6 an]i 12.4 Sheetings, Broad
Cloths, Cassimneres, Satinetts, &c.
A well selected Stock of Shoes, Ladies and
Misses Gaiter Boots, WValking Ties. Alio
Negro Shoes of every kinid. For Sale by
CLARK & LEWIS.
Oct.20 1 tf
FISHER & AGNEW,
At the sign qf the Golden Anvil,
CVOL UMBJA, S. a.
Direct Inporters of English Hardwnre,
Cutlery, Guins &c., and dealers in Paints, Oils,
Varnishes, WVindow Glass, Groceries, &c.
are now~ receiving their full supplies of the
above mentioned articles, comprising the
largest assortment ever offered in Columnbir,
which they will sell at Extremely lowv prices
for cash, or on short credlit to punctu al cue
try Country Merchants will find a good
r~ssortmecnt of Hlardware, adapted to their
tradle, at Charleston drices.
Columbia S. C., Nov. 6, 18419. 2 4t
A full stupply just received by the subscri
bers, consitinmg in part of SPRINGS mat 12 ets.
A XLES at 8 cts. and FINE IRON at 3 1-2
ets. lb. Together with a complete assortment
of Laces, IFringes, Leather, India Rubber
Cloth, Varnishes, &c., &c. Suitab'e for Car
ringe Manufacturies. constantly on hand and
for sale at prices below the Charleston rates.
FISiIERt & AGNEW.
Columbia S. C., Nov. 6, 1849. 2 8t
Cutlery, Guns &c.
Just received by recent arrivals from Li
verpool a comlete assortment of Table andl
Pocket Cutlery. Double and Single Barrell
.htt Gunp, comprising amn Extemnsive assort
ment of thme above naraed articles, both with
reg~ard to quality and price.
Brass Fenders, Andirons, Shovels and
Tonyg, Fancy Bellows, Iecarth Brushnes,
Chimney llooks, &c. Those in want of such
articles can find a large variety for sale at
moderate prices by
FISIER & AGNEW.
Columbia S. C., Nov. 0, 1849. 2 8t
The subscribers keep constantly ont hand
a conmplete assortment of Locks, Hlinges,
Screws, Anvils, Vices, llammers, le is
Shovels, Scythes, Mill-saws, Mill Irons, bltes,
Rasps, (Chisels, Angurs, llench and Moulding
P'lanme, l'ots, 1Kettles, hloltiung (loths, Bairron,
lIfoopi Iron, and Cast Steel mn Bars aind Sheets,
wlitih they will sell at the lowest market
PISIIER &. AGNEW.
Columbin. Nov. 6. 18419. 9 St
x v iiiIIe r ' 4 1 1 ?
Woesde sand lessing of the Age.
7s wsgot ewtraerdinary - MIc n_ fit ME Werld
This Extract is put up li Quart Bottles; I is i J
times cheaper, pleasanter, and srEnted superio ,
to any sold. It cures disease 'vitliolt VosMitingj
purging, sickening, or debilititingthune Putie
The great beauty and superiority of -this Satit
rilla over all other Medicines Is, while It eedW,
es des, It Invlgorates the body. It Is oze tbd
sPIltlb AND SUMMER MEDICINEA -
evet ihe*n; t not only purifes the whole sye
tem and strea thes the perso but it creates, new
pure and rltblo d; padEt. 'ssessed by noother
Medicine. And In this lies the grand secret of Its
wonderful success. It has rftrsed within the -est
two years, more than one pndred thousand enrer
of severe cases of disease; a! leet. 60,000 wrecou-'
sidered incurable. It has saved the lives of maore
than 16,000 children the three pest seasons.
100,000 cases of Geseral Mat.$y and Weant
of Nervous tergy
Da. S. P. Towaswno's Sarsepdr ivilmn'ates the
whole systdm permaently. Td those who have
lost their muscular energy,, by the Mtbet of medl.
cino, or Indiscretion committed in yofaih or the ex
cessive irritilgerfle of the pasions, and 6aiight on
by physical prostration of e r.erouse system, las
situde, want of ambition, fainting sensations. prea
ture deesy and dec)ine, hastenl intoward: .fatal
disease,.Consstusption, can be entirelytrestored by
this pleasant remedy. This Sarsaparilla Is for supe.
rior to any
As it renews and invigotetes the system, gives aso
tivity to the limbs, and strength to the muscular
system In a most extraordditry degree
Cleanse and Strengthen. Consumpt6t ctfn bE
cured. Brenchla e, Censuseptid, Licer Cdas:
plains, Colde, CaterrA, Cengfs, 4hde, Sp.ing
of Bled, Bereness in the Chest, ltette Flush,
. NAtat Sweets, Difacssit er Profuse Eapee retena.
Pain ii the Side, fc., Aare been end Can be cured:
Do. S. P. Townannu-I verily believe your Sares.
perilla has been the means, through Providence,
of saving my life. I have for several years had a
bad Cough. It became worse and worse. At last I
raised large quantities of blood, had night sweatne
and was greatly debilitated and reduced, and d*;
not expect to live. I have only used your Sares. ^
perils a short time and there has a wonderfdl.
change been wrought In me. -1 am now. able t.
walk all over the city. I raise no blood, and my
cough has leo me. Yon can well imagine that I
am thankful 'for these results. Your obedient
servant. WeM. RUSSEL, 66 Catherlns..
Do. 8. P. Townsewn's Serseraa is a sovereign
and speedy cure f"tr Incipient Consumption, Barren..
ness, 'rolapsus Uteri, or Falling of the Womb, Cos.
titeness, Pales, Letacorrhca, or Whites, obstructed'
or diicoult Menstruation, incontinence of Urine, of
Involuntary discharge thereof, and for the general
prostration of the system-no matter whether the.
result of inherent cause or causes, produced by Ir.
regularity, illness or accident Nothing can be more
surprising than its invigorating e-ects on the humaft
frame. Persons all weakness and lassitude, froni
taking It, at once become robust and full of energy
under Its influence. it immediately countersets
the nervelessness of the female frame, which Is the
great cause of Barrenness. It will not be expected
of us, In cases of so delicate a'hature, to exhibit cars
tifcates of cures performed, but we can assure the'
afflicted, that hundreds of cases have been reported
to us. Thousands of cases where families have been
without children. after using a few bottles of this
invaluable Medicine, have been blessed with he -
Great Blessing to 2Eothers and Children.
It is the safest and most effectual medicine yor
purif the system, and relieving the suasrings
atten upon childbirth ever discoverad. It
strengthens both the mother and the chM, prevents'
pain and disease. increases and enriches the food t
those who have used it, think it is Indispensable. It
is highly useful both before and after contnament,
as it prevents diseases attendant anon child-blrth-s
In Costiheneas, Piles, Cramps, Swellng of t be Feet,
Despondeucy, Heurtburn. Vomiting, Pain In the
Bc'ndionrs, Value Pains, Hetsorrhage, and IN
re'latingc the secre ttons and equalizing the clrcu
latln, it has no equal. The great beauty of thi
medicine Is, It Is always safe, and the moat delicates
use It most aucceusfully, very few cases require,
any other medicine, In some a little Castor 041, os
Magnesia Is useful. F.aercise in the open ail, and
light food with this medicine, will always secure a
sufe and easy confinement.
The flen. Johns geges
Of Jersey Cilty, an old and highly respectable cler.
gy man of the liaptist Denomination, handed In the
folowing certificate at Dr. S. P. Townsend's office.
It speaks (or Iielf.
Da. S. P. Townsn-Dear Sir: rI am constrained
to give you a statement of the benefit I derived
from using your Sassaparllla, bellesing, by so
doing, 14thal render a benefit to those who ar u
fering as I have becn. I was reduced for many
months by the Dy spepsia, so much that It was wilte
much dimeiulty fr mee to *alk'or keep abuout. I:
had also a tette, which covered the most pest of
my head-which was eatremely troufblesome and'
sure i it got.to beulvst a scab. I used quIte a
number of r dl4eqfs bbh -the eitmplalats, but
received little or no bnefit, utstil I teok your Saa
separille, which, through the kindness of Provt
deuce, has restored me to mnore than my usual
health, as I em now enjoying attr then I have for.
e number of v ars. I em now 60 years of age. I
beillee It tW be. an invaluable medicine, and recoma
mend it to my numerous acquaintances, which Is
very' large, as I haeo been a mninister a great many
years. I hope thIs hasty sketch mayble as antak
benent tn you as yousr medicine has to mse.
July Ii, IS47. J011N SE~GER, Jersey blty:
The following was sent to our Agent In Rah'
way, by the flee. J. 0. TUN iSON, of te Mlethodisa
Epscopal Church-one of the moat learned and re
s et~e In th~e connection-.ad is another evidepee
o. the wondlerful effects of Dr. g: P. Tawnsend's
Sarsaparilla on the system.
Fascmsn Paasour-Havlng for some tisste putas1
you are aware, expersenced great, generaleleb ity.
of moy system, attended with cusntant end alarming'
lrritation of my throat and luingsi, I was, at your In
stance, and In consequence of having reqd Captala
McLean's decided testimony In its Wsltlf, Induced
to try Dr. 8. P. Townsend~s far-famed Sarsaparilla.
I tried It, I confess, more in the hope than In the
confdonce of its provIng efllencinsus ; b'ut I am bound
In candor now to, acknowledge, that I had not tried'
It long before I began to expes'ience its salutary
eflects ; andt I may now say, with Captain Molean,'
"that I would niot be without It on any condess. ..
tion." It has done me more good than any pre.
vious remedy I have tried, anid 15 this statement Is
deeedby ouof any sirce, yott have my
Rahiway, August 3d, 1847. -J. 0. TUNI8'6I.
This certinecate enelcelvely -proves that this
Sarsapartills has perfect control over the snost ob-.
stinate dIseases of the blood. Three persons cezre&
In one house is unprecedented.
Dc.8S. P. Towwnsaxn-Dear Sir: I have the pies'
sure to Inform you that three of my. childrena have'
been cured of the 'Soroftala by tne use of your
excellent medicine. Theys were afficted very
sererely with bad Sores; hare taken dnly Sotre
bottles ;It took them away, for which I feel my
self under great obligatIon.
Very respectfully, '-,
I8AAL. W. ClfAlIN, 100 Woostea'.ab,
OPINIONS OF PRYSIOUild
Din. 8. P. Towwssasx Is almost dully recelIing.,
nuders from Physicians In different ports of the.
This is to Certify that we, the underaiget
P'hysictans of the City of Albany, have In numner'
onis cases prescribed Dr. S. P.Townsend's Sarsapa
rilla, and believe It to be one of the most valunblq
prepiarations ins the market.
II. P. PIING, Ms. D).
3. WILSON. Mi. D.
- R. 3. BIIOS, M. D.
Albany, A pril 1, l1847. DRF i.D
Dr. 8 P. Townsend'Prinepl 1ce has been'
removed from i-i6 Fuilton, to tSNassan street, in
the buIling formerly occupied by the South
Aosuss.-ltedding & C'a, No. i Steteeatreet, end
-Mrs. LK. idder, No. 100 Courtstreet, Sloen.
Samuel Kidder. Jr., Lowell; lienry Pratt. Btalems
James B. Green. Worceaor ; Allison & (Gault,
Concord ;J ihalch & Sosi rovidence; and by
Drruggists end Merchants generally threigout the'
United Stases, West Indies, kM the Cc Sa.
A. J. &, P. MOSES,
Solo Agents for Suniter District,