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' ', * 'they are
1 * ;atho e lagr and
nt afi utly used on our
SpI~trlhg Corn land fdr
bit 1 et tee> late
-; hil le been
~YaL. g fif66y sth'Culti.
41 be n mot
lxati ~ second . ployM:fl.
'ogn be ;,lowed,- the.
p,.iht to be vt11o'awnffni it.and
s ' l t ':s~onethI'eteso that
b wilenit has attained
i tgwt , or very soon after.,
taeh;kethat the planter-who
S im.rn crop in quanti.
t hit[ lpeletbhueoi'n in the fleldt Seed,
fI'a 'talksthat)jive prodhcedt frem'
"~~ . "ar1 rewiWlrintemannereppo.
ofEthioreb to sir esey: if the
id ev:. weill cultivated;.
tl mthose stalks tihat Have pro
a awigain, in all probability,
p uke but one ear.
Anthe arian Agriotturisv,
Sorrtef tha, did yotr say sir ?'
fau po tea, ma'am' I cannot give you
a lhi&xct orthography of the word. It
e , yaw pon, youpon, or yoo.
' ,: ? l~t# ve neverseen it written, and
Se ltsfrone mroti'r of different
dIxlitItals,' like each of the above
n'W.r, hover mind 'how it's spelled',
lout do tell us what it is like, and
aheit is need,. and- where it comes
ros.ad' aN a pht it.r
' riea ma'am, and so I -might as well
bigien t the' beginning. Tradition says
a dfs overed upon the deset
c abt ~fIrginia, south of the Chese.
Baykq. Byor upon the equally deso.
-;+~l~ e of North Carolina, and for a
Stime was only known to, one fami.
y;;f Indians, who used to prepare it,
and sel is to, the early settlers of that
country. It now grows abundantly,
ti 'wid sad cultivated, in all that re.
pioi' ad among the primitive inhab:.
an almost exclusively used instead
of : r e or 'store tea.' The shrub
semewhat resembles the box, is ever.
green, of rather a pate color, grows ten
otfitleseeet high, and is most natural
Jo r a posandy soiero rather land with.
t soil; that Is, all sand. The bark,
site,: and twigs are all made use of;
but tbelieve the young shoots are pre.
feind,- F o winter use, they'are gath
ered irnhefaRl and laid in a trough,
chopppd up somewhat fine, and then
put amto'aw iron pot which iu carefully
hefed- -wilt the -leaves; then the
wdile fstpacked away in' earthen jars,
o . drfid. and Is made by infusion in
3 ie ordinarr way of making 'Hyson,*
''o~h ng,' ong,' or any other ong,
kes cte as good a drink as one
a4eas in the country.
rea s paced ipn the medicin
* .at qualiti.. agryaupon tea, by the peo.
-pe fithe country wvhere it grows. It
Is related of a North Carolina gentlemen
who once had a very bad cold, while
at tlie Astor flouse, in N. York, that he
called for somie yaupon tea, and, on the
waiter expressing some doubts about
beidg stile t8 find the article, as he had
neIiver haeard of it before, he thought
him very signorant und wondered whore
he came from not to know what yau.
port tea was, as he had seen it and
smelt it 'upon the table every day since
he had been there; having mistaken the
black tea for the real 'native A merican'
article. Certain it is, that it is a tea
very much esteemed by a great many
* people, and it; is worth'y of inquiry
whether iis not deserving a more ex
tiend'ed cultivation, and more general
use. alam told that in Princess-Anne
county,iMirginia, a little patch of yau.
pa~n ~httbs may be seen attached to
nearly 'every house, and that hundreds
of' persons there never tasted of any
other tea, and that hundreds of others
who have tried the 'boughten stuff,' pre.
for the domestic article. I was assured
by many informaats that one gentle
man lost the vote of the county in con
sequence of a story raised by his oppo
nent, that he did not like yaupon tea,
and ridiculed the use of it, and it elect
ed, would oba'~bly go against levying
a duty en Rrign tea, for the benefit of
the yatupon manufacturer.
STo save popularity, I therefore speakt
puibliel'y of the goodness of yaupon,
and? that it is undoubtedly better than
half the green tea Imported into this
country. And I candidly recommend
Ita increased cultivation. It would at
least aflbrd something new, and that la
miore than we can depend upon when
we buy a new tea with some heretofore
Ladies, when shall- I have the pleas
ure ofta cup of 'yaupon' with you,
raisedin your own garden, and cured
witht your own hands ? SoW.
Ttoui ti Fhiser amd Planter.
MFssasJ Errrons:,-'-Thl following
is e'ethod' of preparing Tomatoes
so. as td have them: in thiru purity
fiom obe samer to nother, by one
la~ hah tried if and fountd it effectu
Gather your ripe tomatoos-poar
boiling water on them-pour- off the
*tof etid take' off their skin-mash
tbA atoe~s into a pulp and put it
~ comnmon, strong, black bottles,
em half way up the neck;
tigh!, tym mth cork
. We Orik wiro.-~
~ut hobtieos into. a kettle of cold
waetoebn heat the water and boil
b as' When cold enough to
A~ple dothsief the ibottles
'$ttI olao eflectually ox
eI~~-Et tem away in
plartev, ivid' att' esUatri i w peali
ar one, an4 , y favorable. ;t6 the
growtlk of nan~lnto that do- not
generaljy J.:ing albo en.
barked. in the businese of making
mnuve hkge fir which my. sItua
tio is- very avantageous, I am desi
rous of oultivating such crops as are
profitable for feeding mules and'esea,
which are indispensable attendants
on maiug aud applying them. I
wish, as soon as the season comes
round, to try,. the carrot, parsnip,
and te -differen* varieties oftthe-beet
for thi's puposeu on a moue extended
stale thian~ In a garden. I made a
very fineerop of the ruta baga the
past winter, whieh I fed" mostly to
my oxen, but I lost four fine oxen
when I first began on them, which I
attributed to their being given tothem
with their tops on' for as soon as I
lost them I had the tope carefully cut
off, and lost no more, though I con
tinued be feed on. them two or three
months longer. I onto' exhibited a
carrot weighing six pounds, and had
others that weighed rather more,
raised hrm seed brought from Paris,
but I cannot recohleet what was the
variety, except that it was a white
one. I am very glad to see that
you are calling the attention of farm
era to the value of the cow or field
pea as a fertilizer. Although one of
the meet cheaply cultivated and pro
ftable crops known among us, they
are very far from being valued as
they oght to be. No plant known
among us will furnish so much grain
for man and beast, and so much long
forage of the best quality on poor
lands; and for feeding laboring hors
es, mules, and oxen, are much prefer
ed to corn, and for feeding milch
cows, are unsurpassed for the rich
ness and quality of the milk, cream
and butter. Many varieties of the
field pea are cultivated among us,
only one, a brown, is generally
known as the cow pea, and is the one
most generally cultivated and far
sale. We have also several varie
ties that when sown down during the
month of April or first of Mfay, rip
en their fruit during the latter part
of July, then die off. A second crop
of these is generally raised from the
seed gathered from the first crop
and sown the latter part of July, rip
ening during the month of Oct. A
few years since I accidentally got a
few seed of what has proved, upon a.
thi~Meigtrtal ot three years, to be
the best variety I have ever heard
of. It is said to have come from
Philadelphia, where it is called the
'shinny.' When sown early, and
upon good lands, it begins to ripen
about the middle of July, and contin
ues bearing crop after crop until the
plants are killed by the frosts of Au
tumn. The last summer I gathered
from a crop sown on a re-cleared old
field of medium quality, nine pickings
or crops, and left the tenth because I
was otherwise too much engaged.
In another field, on one acre, sown
the latter part of July, I gathered
1288 pounds of peas in the pods,
while from one quarter acre of the
cow pea, sown alongside, and at the
same time, I gathered only eighty
two pounds. This would not prove
a good variety for ploughing in green
forrnanur, for if it ripens a good
crop, the temptation to gather the
pods would prove two great, and thtus
a part of the benefit would be lost to
the soil. I could send one bushel of
this seed for distribution, if you think
that it would prove acceptable to the
farmers of your neighborhood. For
turning in only, a very small variety,
known among us as the Pigeon or
Lady Pea, would prove the best, as
it is of very luxurious growvth, but
will bear but little, if any, fruit, if
sown before the beginiing of July.
Allow me to recommend to your
readers a 'Clod Crusher,' figured
and desetibed in the January No.
of the American Agriculturist, for
levelling and pulverizing very rough,
stiff and sooty clay lands where the
harrow could not be used, and for
stiff clay lands generally.
With a hearty wish for the circula
tion of your Journal proportionate to
its great usefnlness and your untiring
zeal, I remain, Your 'Old Subscri
Plantation for Sale.
The subscriber ofibra for ale his Plan.
tahion in Sumter District, two miles southa
of Stateburg, consisting of a tract of
seven hund red and fifty acres (750,) ab lat
portion O~ak and Hickory and admirwably
adapted to the cultivation or cotton. There
is an excellent D~wofmglHou e.-ood out
buildings-stable andc barns.-a, hnusea,
for the accommodation of forty or fifty ne
groes. The good land. and decided health
of the place combine to render it a desirable
For termna apply to
W. J. RE1ES, Jr.
Stateoburgha, Sept. 19, 1849. 40 tf
Twisted atl Straight Shovets and Scraeer
Pkmtg he. Those who have used. Mr. Wmr.
flarkieys make of Plough. requIre no oilher rei
en a in. 8wi
9 aiounce him as
1r,~tt to tio ais t a~ in th~e nest Log.
July 3d 1850.
" ' bopg flatit an ee
F.H. N q., a Candide d foo
the next tegiiCadtire.
July 8d 1850 MANY VOTERS.
Q* The friends of ial. E;lYI.
ANDERSONannounco him as a Cand'
dhte for Ae legislature at the next Elec
fy 11,5 1850t 29 tf
WThe f'icIds of Capt.
LAWRENCE H. BELSER, beg leave to
announce- hinasaa Candiihto for tle Legin.
latur, at the ensiting Election.
April 24.- 26 tf
Q' Tihe friends of A. R. Brad
ham, Esq., announce hin as a candidate for
the office-of Sberifi at the next election.
March 29th, 1-849, 241id
CW-1Ve are autlorized to
announce MALLY BROGDON, Esq. a
Candidate for the Office of Sheriff'of Sum
er District,-at tre* next Election.
rG-We are aflthorized to
announce Col. JOHN C. RHIA ME,. a can
didate for the office of Sheriff, at the ensu
The Friends of Richard
B. BROWN, announce bim as a Candi.
date for the Offic. of Sheriff of Sumter
District at the ensuing Election.
:T We are authorized to announce Maj.
JOHN BALLARD, as a candidate fo
Sheriff at the ensuing election.
The friends of Williaaun
A. COLCLOUGII, Esq, announce him
as a :andidate for Sheriff at the next
(r We are authorized to
announce Mr. JOHN 0. IURAN'l' as a
candidate for the cflice of Clerk of the
Court at the ensuing election.
(e are authorized to
announce DANI EL II. RICI IBOURG,
a candidate for the ofiice of Clerk at the
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
-rWe are authorized to
announce JOAN W DAltGAN, a candi
date for '1'x Collector, for Claremont
County, at the next Election.
(J Wo are authorized to
announce ALEXANDER WATTS, Esq.
as a Candidate for Tax Collector, of Clare
mont county at the ensuing Election,
GIN MAKING, &C
We are prepared to execute orders to
any extent in the above line, both for new
workand repairs. Our Gins are not suir
passed by any mnade in the State, possesing
all the adlvantages of the Falling Blreast
and Sliding Ribs, which saves a great deal
in way of repairs. We also use the Steel
Plate Saws, vith teeth set in ant anglo that
cannot possibly injure the fintest staple,
with an improvutent *.o regulate the hnt ing
of the cotton; our brush is contstruicted on a
plan, iving at once, the adivatnes of
l ightness trength and force-alE very
material in the successful operation of 'a
Gin. We would invite pilantters to call
at our shop and examnine for I teriselves,
whilst we would assure the puiblic~ general-1
ly, that they shall have no cause to coin.
pilaitn either of our work or prices.
We are also ptrep~ared to do work in the
Cabinet line--such as lkedsteadls. WVard
robes Safes, Book cases, Standes, Tlables,
Cupboards, &c. &c. at short notice, on
IHUDSON & BIROTIE.
Oppos.ite the I'reSlyteirian chuirchi.
Sumterv ille, Aipril 22, 1-'47. 26
. McROY & JON ES, would resp~ectflly
mnfoi in t.hieir friends and the pub'ie general
ly that, they are no0w receiving one of? the
best selected stocks of IUrv Goods and
G;roceries, ever of'ered in th'is plhire, con
sistimg in part of Calicoes, I loimespuuis,
Musline, Ribbons, Gloves of evers de.
scription, I losiery, Iflats and Capas, Ikoots,
Shoes, Blacking, &c. &c.
N. 0. Sugar, Col', Molasses, Candles.
Soap, Alaecrel, 70100 Spanish Cigars, 10
barrels IBaltitnore Flour, 5t0 lbs Sahenrat us,
50 lbs C2arolina Indigo, 100 lbs assorteda
Candies, and various other art ies too tn
merrous to inention;: all of which, t herv
off'er low for Cash, or country prodnee.
Please call and exatmine for yourselv es,
before purchasing elsewhere; oppiosite
W~ebb's N. York Store, Broad street No.
:, Suitervthle, S. C.
Ma rch 20, 1850t. 21 t f
Saddlery, Harness, &c,
(Cirriage TIrinuintgs, HItneIbmiith'is 'I'oos
Matde lothing, & c., just rrcei ted aw,,l fo r au
I.. It. IIANICS.
Brown,. Lee & Co,
.June 5 ai f
Oun H~ande by
nnlOwVN, LfI.5-:. ( CoI., 300 Imls IIn-:.S ,f
Win, Allston Gourdin,
NO).4, EAST'BAY, CI fllR1ST(ON, S.C.
Is prepared to make liberal aidvatte s
on Cons'ignmttents of
Rice, Cotton, Con, Sngnar,
Flour, (Arlan, Hay, &c-.
R RENicES.--Mrssrs. (Gourdint, Mat thti
essen, & 0b., George A. 1I[opley, Alonyxo J.
WhIte, Charleston, S. C..; 'I andy Waldker,
Esq., Greenvill, S. C.
A pril 24, 1850. 20 lyv
FItED.ERICK Cl ARK, NOS. I
Would respectfully inform the people of'
Coived from his 'Manufactory in, the City
CABINET FURNIT URE, ever ofibrell ny 1
of style or workmanship,. cannot be surpasse
He also itvites those who are aboutto pu
prices--satisfied that they will be met with
Among his Stock now on .1
Marble Top Wash Stands
Mahogany Do. do.
WRITING DESKS in great variety,
195 and 197
( All Furniture safely pack
Jan 9, 1850.
GEORGE W. MIORGAN,
SUMTERVILLE, S. C.
,Y Office one door Suuth of A. C. SrtA's
Suntcrville, June 5 32-tf
JOHN T. GREEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Sumnteroille, S. QI.
Will practice in the Courts of Law, for
Sumter, Darlington and Kershaw:v Districts.
Office one door below Clark's Iotel.
COLLETON It. TOIBIAS,
CIHARLESTON, S. C.
Will practice in the Courts of Sumter,
Kershaw, Darlington and Richland.
Jn 9, 1950. ly
The subscribers have this day formed a
co-partnership in the prqcticeu of 1 .aw.
''. R. FRASER,
L. L. FRtASElt, Jn.
Jan 1, 1650. Iv
Fresh Garden Seeds,
English Peas, Beans, Cabbage, Turnips,
Onion Setts, &c. &c. For Sale at
MELLE'Ts DItIJG STORE.
A LSO -
umproved Yeast Powivders.
For Sale by It. S. MELLETT.
Of Every .Pescription from the Elemen.
tary Speller, to Latin and Greek, includ
ing Stationer of all kinds, for Sale by
A. J. & P. MOSES.
In hand for the purchase of Neg~roes of
either sex. Aj pply to
J1. M. IE. SUA RP.
Ce!mobhia, S. C. Aug. 8, 18319.
1000 Feet 4 inch Copper riveted Gin
Oil Floor Clothi, India IRubber Cloth,
liruwsek. Carpeting, tog~ether with a fiuil
l'aints, Varnish &ci. For Sale by
A. .T. &. P. .MO.SES.
SCOTT & E WART,
NO. 1, MJ rEl.iANTS' RtOW.,
C"!u'wnbia, X. (:.
eep con-:tant ly o~ hand a general assort.
Hardware & Groceries,
H~ellows . \oos. A !vils, I Iainmiiers', &c.,
1,' lami'. Saws, Gm; es I evels, Squares,
.l dl ('raniks, M Il Sc rews, WVrag I rons,
1.1.\l IC, Ca;lemm,.l l'Iaster. N:nls, I [oes',
lonighi~ Ii.\ . .n arnd Steel, L.ocks,
in oges, Screws, Boltis,
Wmdoielw JFstenirgs, P'runing Shears,
W'h ale, S;:ermr nul l.miseed, oil,,
Whlie l ocad, wvaranted puire, rnanufac
tured, by WVethritt ,.. lrothier. with
a large an tw ~ ell sdeuted stock of Shelf
I larware. ami (Cut en.
Sugar, ('oXl'ee, .\l1 :es Flour, Spices,
Tleas, &c . An ai :rtid., not a nswerinigt to
descr.ption given I be exchainged, andl
all 'oal at nutdylwprices ifor (ah.o~
!!i GOOD S udehv~erd at Itail Itoad De.
poit free'0 of chrgte.
Wholesale aid Retail,
1. )~illS(AN, & CO.
Fit IT SiTORE~t N Qlil(i 'TiI MARKETr,
R .'M. ,& C(( h ave on haind a full andl
ge'ieral assiioriet of l. 'TA .VI A ..A)
l'r.iined l1ier ai Tou. et ,uok ing G~;lattsee,
All of th~eir Stock~ bei,. entirelv new,
and selectedl by one of thet'irmi the libfitter
themise'lv es, t hey wilu ibe nbled, 'to tzive
s it i~ i fcin, to purchaisetrs,bouth ini prices~
Reynolds & Rtynolds,
I havi~e this dayi assoi initeNV M. L. REY'.
NCO)l.DN w ithi me in the pri tice of D)EN.
Mr. RrivsNoits has beei ny pupil for
the past four years, and I ininend himt
with confidence to the counilmity.
Th'le business will be conge ted as for..
meorly at mny office on Mainbt roet, tinder
lhe above iname and style.
WM. llE\Y OLDS.
Aug. 15 .t tt
Le Southein bna kot, and which or1i ty
rebaas, to ill and' oanine a sQlnd:
Ad, are the latest Styles of
&c. &c. &c.
King Street, Victoria .ange!
Charleston, S. C -
cd for Transportation.
9i4arlcstol 2 blertisementg.
TO MERItIINT f TAILOII.
H. B. CLARKE,
has now on hand, a full assortment of
the LATEST STYLE AND FINEST
QUALIT Y of the following Goods:
Superfine and medium BROADCLOTHS,
in black and colors
Superfine and medium black French and
Fancy Casineres of the latest styles
Vestings-Silk and Merino, rich and new
Extra sup er. black Satins and Silks
Gen''s Kid Gloves, best quality, in black,
white and colors
Gcnt's Beaver, Merino and Military Gloves
Under Shirts and Drawers, of Silk, Wool,
Merino and Cotton
Black ltalian and fancy Cravats, of the best
Tailors' Trimmings, of all kinds.
Drders from the country promptly attended
II. B. CLARKE, 205 King-street,
2d store above Market st.
Charleston, Nov. 28th, .1849. 5 6n
W, A. KENT & MITCHELL,
Clothing and Out-Fitting
No. 268 King-street, corner of
Wentworth, Charleston, S. C.
Purchasers will find at all times a full
Inl complete stock of Gent's.
W. A. KENT. G. u. mITCuELL
MLuufactory 113 Wuasltuigtns
5tosrvs N. Y. .
May 1849. 20 if
The tmdekrsigned lato of the United
States Hoteol, Augusta, Georgia,) having
leased the CIIARLiESTION H1OT1EL for
ra termi or years, takes pleasure in stating
tha~t the entire Establishment has bieun
refitted and furnished with new Furniture,
anud is now open for the reception of coin.
Imnprovemenits have also been made in
the Hlouse, particularly in the Ladies' Do.
partmient by the addition of a Reception
Pa;rI.or, and~ the remioval of the Ladies'
WVhich, improvements, he is assured,
will greatly add to the comforts of the
gueI.ts of the house; and hopee, by strict
'tention ont his own part together with the
tireri or his house to merit a liberal share
af* the public pat ronage.
D)ANlEL~ MIXER, Proprietor.
July 253, 1S-I. :30 lv
alUSIC, MUllSICAL INSTRIUMENTS,
King~ street, Sign of the Lyre,
Charleston, S. C. L
J. & E. DALY,
WIJOLESAL4E AN!. RETAIL
1nooT, snoe, flat and TRuvN
W A REII O US E,
NO, 326, KING-STREET,
Charleston, S. C.~
( Sign of' the G.oldeni l uc,)
2 D) ORS NORTHJ1 OFi GFEORGE.STaIT.
.Lie 30 6~m
Edward C. Tharin,
r EN'L. COMM1ISSION MERCHANT,
No.U A Vendue Rtange', Charleston,, S. C.
Keepis always on handt a general Stock of
rocerie.-,, &c., and dlisposes of every des.
-ription of Produce at private sale.
M. ~~. Rfrenrices:
h-. RDEC I, Esq., and C'ol. JAtES
WV. C. D~ukes & Sonl,
C'OjlDTISSIoN M E1N CHlA NVTS
SocTHI ATI.ANTrlc WEIanrI,
Charlerkton, S. C.
Jan 23 ly
Paul T,~ Villepigue,
;EN ER A. L'CoMMI10No ME RCH ANTI
A C('oI) oA TioN W'Ilti R,
Chsareston, S. C.
JIan 23 l
FOR SALE', Cheap for Cash Apply
ki this otlico.
Brown, Lee & Co,
Agents for the Sale of IA R r'IN'S SHIORs
June 1 32 ,r
R a k esp 1 "
Tm- t t
4ld nIfs nlti
of t liGnerntlV6 , It adarfe . nolff
alike co-YOUTH M V ODerd OLD AGE.
To ali who pprehlrid risai freunder thelum,
ueuoes tte.rly or prolonged
-o .i .119 fge.ws1Wtive Ltlci Of -I
tary and baneful Ijabit*-:o. alto! who inuAdaltin'
todealining physical enor )'tlie 'victMl of
aervous and mental debility' aniti po mo dg snd
nelancholy despondency. brg J.wou d say.
Re'd'this Book: -
The valuable advlice and im trepsle wtarlnng
i dives,'will prevent.yea's of nsisvry and sufrhl
ernng,and s,; 0 annually Thousand of Lives.,
Parents by reading, it Will learn how to pro-.
vent the destrutiort gf.their clildren:
!l7' A remittance of 25'cents enclosed 'ita
etteriaddressed toDR. KINK LIN,.N w.
ornor of.THID) -UNION :treets, between
Spruce & Pine P' ILADELPI i4 will. tn
pure a book, tier envelgpe, per retri of nail.
F;]1.T l$ YEARS
n0 yave' rente~~ r d r.- - .t emw''icipxr
nthis c t J4fla i~Ai K. (i '
d succesgnlin tiloner and'hers,Lin the
.reatment o diseases of a private nature.-.
Persons afflicted with ulcers upon the body,
hroat, or legs, pains In the head orbones, mo
:nrial rhemunat sm, strictures, gravel, disease
!rising from youthful excesses or inpin-iriW of
he-blood; w ereby4he-contitution-im. become'
mfbe, are all trettei with suecs. - .
Ie wbb plces hiinabif under- the ruse' of Dr.
!., may religiously conlde in his honor as a
;entleman, and confidently rely upon lis skill
is a p siclan.
ersons at a distance may address Dr.
C. b-ltter (o t-c aid -) and-be enred at home.
I KICAGES of M'EDICINES, -DIRECT
)INS, &c.forwarled, by aendin remittaneo
end put up secure front DAMA OR CURI.
.,8 Booksellers, News Agents, Pedlait,
,anvasser, and all others supplied with the
dhove work at very low rates.
Feb 13, 1850. 1G - ly
MITCIIEI'S EYE SALVE.
1 certain, sr'e and 4/fectu. refor Sore,
Weak tnd Ilamed Eyes, 'rned ex.
pressly for Diseases r> the Eye.
TIlE nnpnralleled success which has attend.
d the me of' this preparatton,nnsd the aeknowl
dgeld necessity for some article which ean he
-ieed upon as a remedy In severe enses of Op
hdamic affections which are so prevalent in this
-ountry, induced the 'rnprietor to make as
angetnents through his Agesnts, to place this
galvq within the reach of every individual who
ta need the benefits which result from its use.
The grnat advanthges posse[ed by- this ar
icle over every Other, ;its Certainty, S:ifety,
'onivenience and Econdmy.' All physiciana ad
nit that great danger is to be apprehend from
I ~ing the eye when in an inflamed and on
aca ihy state. In the use of tis Sialve this ob
ection is entirely removed, as no harms
aossibly result from its use; it being in a'- $
yes applied to the extenial portions of tsh&jbi
hereby avoiding all the inconvenience, :'pin
mid danger, which necessarily attend ts; in
.roduction of any pingent article into the eye.
Its activity in sutiing inflammition is so
real that but few cases require the [ise of more
ban one bottle to efecta perfect cure.
Agents at Sumterville- , esars. A. J.
L '. Moses. Dr. Miller & hssardl. and D.
EL S. Mellett, and by Agents generally in
South Carolinra -- ^ 2 :-;
A Voice to the Peop Ie.
DR. GORDOWS FAMILY )21 1S.Be
rg comnpiti 4od lxcl AifMi olich ifsM7to
rs nature intendpd should operato th it.
turities of thei hinan system-strike at t te root
he ttu.ae, riiving- alt iminritise's' tram the
oty, opt nim the porsea externall and intern
t is the origin, mstL__. be thorou y iie--ec
-seairly sucuring a free, antI vigorous action' to
lie heart, lunigs, liver and stomnache, theruhy
-estoring holth , by opening thse pores, cleaninig
he veins and arteries, nimpeding all then
tatural veins and purifig the blood, the3re
Ier the system not onal thoroughly souun but
d150 Impervions to disease, ecens schent all Iother
neans Aare faiLd
''Tun universal celebrity which this mnei
sine has ginned in every section of the comi tij
ry, andu the miany astonshing~ enres it has qtf
-ected, have estab lhed its e/hheacy -beyond MIt
loubs; as a genseral famnil y medicmne it has no
ival. In all enses of Indlfietion, Iliious Fe
ecrs, Iyspepsia, Liver Complaints, Sick Ihead
che, Jnud~aicu, Asthmna, Dropay, Piles. Colic,
NVormns, Disease of the ieart, and In all afte
ions5 of te stomt:xche and howvels, Gemlen's
Pills w~ill be foiuntd a never failing remedy.
To insure the full benefit of these celebral
Pills, they shoul be kept ini the house, so -that
spun the first commneent of sickness they
nny be ati one rvsorted to. Onas dose then is
>etter than i.atdozeun nfter the diseaset. has be..
:umc established ina the system.
Goioni's Pills are purely vegetable, and so
ninocnt that. the infant of a month old may
ise tehim if medic-ine is requoired, not only w~i
'afety hant with a certi..nty of receivig all the.
teuefis med~aicinae is enpuible of imipartinig. Fe
unles maiy use them duiring all the critical pe
iods of their livoe---Dr. Gordon'sPilhs iill
nare their health andI produce reguhid:tj I
di the fusnctionas of life.
Within the last twelve months,.mr l
mec hundisredl enses of the ~~talie
if dhispegpla have breeste rtedcin
shere. rigid dlieting. the Binu, Pil, and almot
very othier means hal been resorted so, withm.an
may henefit, anid when death stared its miisern
ale victims fully in the fare, If Drm. Gordon's
Pills were not adapted to the enre of any hut
Ida horrid malady, their umiform sucess an this
liscaso alone would bn asuficiesnt to "waft on
he fatne" the name of theirinvenaro,as a hene
hertar of his species.
The medicine rtever failsn to cure the worst
a-es of Pile.s in oneC aerk! For sale as:
gg Asgents at Sumtserville; Messrs. A. ..
1E I'. Moses,, Dirs. Mlle~r A& Ilsouard. unid D.
1. 5. 3-let, and by Agentsa generally in
Fe b. 1850. 13, ..1G (lim
lie Wise in Timrno-'TIS FOLLY
FO DEFER ! AFFLICTED READ
rhousanida are sufyering from disease from
elhich thete is iio ditrtilty in being permna.
eutly aund spoedily relieved, provided the
ight mneans be ussed-As every vice has its
awn punishmntai, so it would seem every
lisease lhas its remiedy. This is true, and there
a nothing in this life more certain thatn that
lie A31ERICAN COMPOUND is the most
peed~y anid certain remedy for all diseases of
delicate character, known to the world.
dapted to every stage of the disease, sex and
~Otttituttioan, at all times and seasonsa, thtere is
to fears of exposure, detensitinfrom business
or restrictioni in diet; from thai certeini and
poedy relief it gives, it is niow the most popu-.
isr remedy of thie day. Tent Thousand cases
tnve beetn enred ellectutally by it durIng the
>ast year Prepared by a practical physician
lie afflictemd can roly with confidencse on its
:urativo powers over disousa'sof this chsarne
ar. Full directionts accompany each bottle.
Er~ CAUTION.-ask ~for the american
slompond and purchase only of the agents.
?rice 1 50!
For Salo by P. M. Cohen Charleston,
Joaatrighlt & Mint Columbia; Z. D)e iayl
.Jamdou and by the principal Druggist ini all
lie County towns throughout tho Stabt
BY STEE~N & DIVVER.
Corner of King and Society-streets,
.cnti~lLs-rov, s. c.
This lHotel, stmtsed in the business prt of the
ity, ofyeris every desimhble conmfort au con-ven
ece to thep"avatg mudtty agd Permna
icent Bloarderv. he estahkhmennt iscondensed
trictly on-. Toemporanco icipea.- Tiansa
An Om-%nihus'and Camavill attrii a the
isteainhoaWhor~ ., the Rail oiad
[~i, f* Ilaton of Passeue.
.4.s c ,
}r t sPaI AND' oi~dt
tent and .
edicine. ib6r .*
woryeairs, mdre :nOplh
pf a Ier .ca ' err tm';t
Da.we eeruL ap eg
lost nanso rg
si or Jdlo
etfle Indulgentc' i4e
r pyscal praton t
bdwantf ambi -
hire decline, e !
Ilsease mptio can be
A it renews and lavi oates
vity to'the limbs,- W-stre" -
ystem in a most es a e
hsnse and sy tren t a . T Plo
cured.. Bronshi ,C 1
it Cesad. Ceyvh, -
eta , $t r tesw S a
.eIts tn the Side. ., Atse
zSpitting. H 3.
DIa. 8l. P. Towsa n-:-lI eerl bel, ae
m rill has been the neans, t o
>f moain my life., I.,have. for nss
>iad Cough. It became worse - o'rr,
raised 'large quantities atof :la
end was gr'ety debilitated r
rot expect, to live. .I have
parilla, a short "! r : re
dla ha been wrotat i~ me. t t
bl al.over the aity. 1 aise no be ha;
sough has left me. You can w oe
arl hankfl for these resul Y , ts.
servant. Whi. UiSli, 63 Ct '= ''
Vernal. "Eediedmsi& L- ' '& ?
Da.-s. P. Townsenw' Sarsb
mad speedy cure for Incipient I
mess, 'rolausus Uteri, or Falling oh th ..Womb~'Coe.,
tivenen, riles, Leucnrrhaa, or W
or difficult Menstruation, lcontenedofti
Involuntary discharge thereof; aadfdr the
prostration of the systeztt-qi mtter she s . L .
result of inherent cause or causes,
regularity, illness oreccidest.. Nohngs be
surp than Its invigorating eeth*
tram he all wea'nessaend l e.
aklnk ' become robut snd g
Lander ts ence. It immediately
the nartlessi of the female - r the"
ret cause of Barrennes le wBiat i bee
o us. in cases of so delicate a netre aat
Wlaates of cures perrd bat stwe e
ufMleted, that hun reds of eases be e altos
to us. Thousands of cases where a ew r
without children, after us nga key betleeef
invaluable :1it.'cln have be~oen s4'odwMh f.
healthy c Esprirg. <' ' 3' 4
Great Milessneg te Eatisepr sao lotiedb4
-It is the safest an mosat e fectudi -mei*s die
pur~loi the system. al reNeving the
atte ,childbfrth "rer d ev.
tren gthms the mother
pain andidsease, incresse. and t r
nedoli iwby . A
aselit seee asiul~ rfe &
any other uind in eon. a little
Manesia Is usefu Eercise in the
gfood with this medicine, wilt always
Thea flen John Beger
Of Jersey Cl .an oldand hgs reeWeel.
rmen ofth~ pts Denoml ,hne i
ilowing ctst at Dr. S.11ase%
lt speaks for tself.
Da. S. P. Tewuscno--Deav
to gla you a statandi b~ I eie.,
from usin your .Sarsazirlll , ej1vig by
ioing, shal rlr a benefit tothode who are .A
hra s bewbe Iwsbded foa n
much diffoibly fr met walk ektepa -t1
had alsoi a toter which covered a tt eair
my head-which was extren~jttobea and
soru it got to be alsmost -aee aqdjs
sut f eeIles far- bota h ml1l t -
received little or ne nefitil Ilok s
aprill .w thropgh the knn vrl
health, as I am now enoya ete
a nunmber of yas.s -amvu e Qeep
bellev. It to bie an inale eilsadEe.
mend It to my numirous acenaaoe,
very Iare, as I hare been a minlster ~.~ea
yer. hp hshasty -sketaitma as' at
bemnentt to you asyouir msedicane haa to me.
July 11, 1847. JOlhN SEGER e
The fbllowing 'was sent to otir Age II'2
bthe R1ev. 3.. TU tl$N~ h
lon ofmy thoat '
stance, andl n
McLean's decided testmony In. sb
to try Dr. S. P. Townsend' lbr-fas e4
l tri eull,lcI lstoreln a
enidence of Its pon
In caremey oy alqw
It long befsre I'enb
oactsj ai aia siay uOid
that l would not .be wtu. toay
lion." It has. dope- me mr
rious remedy I have trelu
Beamed beou of
Rlahway, August 3d, rB7. 10
80lOg17LA CU k
Tis crinicate conlule 1*
itinate diseases o the blood. Three pesee g
in one honse is unprecedent4
Dc. 5. P. Towwrno-D~ear Sir~ I
sure to Inform you that three ' inyitld
been cured of the Soroftala by (ew f
sxcellent medicine. They wereafoe
severely with bad Sores;I have token ~l e n
bottles It took them away br pbhich kq
selfo uder great obabion
OPINIONS 07 PXTSI0fAN3'
Din. 8. P. Towwasman 1t almost 'daldda
airders from Physicians In diftrent pptte~
linion. - -
This is to Certiy that w 'th
Phystinns of the Ci of A hn~, hafi
ins cases proscelbed pr TOu. ~ 4
rilla, and believe It tole one oft
preparations in the raarket. Iteao qs
3. B.L~ BluGO.
- 1.3 F U- ORF b
Albany. AprIl 1, 185?.
Dr. S. s'. Townsnai Prisscd OffcEedV6
removed from l3u6 Fulton, to- NMassa*uJ
the building formerly occupied by .l~ -_
A oxevs.-ltedditig- & C., M4s. S Etie ti%
Mrs.E. kide, N. .100 Court-stret
Samuel Kider, Jr, oell; llenry'-t
James II. Green, Wieestarj Allss,
Cnoord - J. filch & Sog rs n~
Uni eSates. West Id a
Solo Agents lo su
I Nice asr
t gass Lainps.. Ma,1 or~#~
Blalk fbale aitng e4