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40 I iVygiu'6vre Noning.
e yojuisr beku in life,
ittIM- a"cent- to spute'
tn- matjrully the strifi,
Wi each gnawing care;
A f'our nerves in vigor strung;
> a tUp! Go it Whilo you're young
a'.Thr not thou a debaucheeo.
To show thy youthful spunk;
"t icomneth ill the free
To go upon a drunk!
- Stick to right with so:l and tongue;
,ads tiy' Go it while your're yong
camper ,not about the town
A't home spend all thy nights;
Be not done completely brown,
oBy'y seeing won'drous sights.
Lot all vice aside be flung;
Go it While you'ro young
Find sone girl you think will suit,
And pop the question straight;
se, she'll sny-"lTho ugly brute!
I.knew he'd speak too Into."
When you are the girls among,
Heils up! Go it while you're young
Save each cent you need not spond,
Though sinall the suni appears;
On .this fact you may depend,
ThOvwill count up in years.
F~rihem fortunes oft have sprung:
leads'up! Go it while you're young
Sofd the rights of freedom tight
I J- Give not a single iich;
country calls thee to the fight,
From danger never flinch,
Gling to what your fathers cliung;
iada up! Go it while you're young
08 0E L L A N E;0 U S,
A SOOLDINO WiFE.-Got a scold
46g wife have you? Well, it's yo'ut
own fault, ten to one. Women are
all naturally amiable, and when their
tefiipers get crossed its the imen that do
t. ust look at youtrself' as you
came home list night! Sl1nming
doors, and iking everything that
-laid in the way right and lefi-he
emise-well you could not tell fior
the life of you what it was for. Sup.
pose you lad been Jay ing your tie em
hairgo all day for those who cared no
thing about you, smuiling and nodding
hemming and hailing, and wantir to
get where could enjoy a superlative
ill-nature.
;No wonder your wife was cross, ge.
ting. supper with the baby in her armis!
Why did'nt you take the baby, and
trot and please? "Rooni was all in
egnfusion"-why didn't you put it
to rights? "You want a little rest?" So
does you wife and slie gets precious
little, poor woman. You are at your
shop-walking brisky through the
sunshine this bracing weather-read
ing the paper-neet'ng friends and
ncquaintances-sitti g cosily in the of
fice. She is at home with clinging
arms dragging about her neck loving.
but still. wearisoine at tines. She is
dd ltw uIpn the cil of a neigh.
bortfor a little break up, in heur miono.
tonous life, or the opening of a
window upon a stunted yard for
what fresh air comes..Wake up, man
-alive and look into tihe matter! Put on
your best smiles the moment your
foot touches the door step. Trecat the
little room to a broad griu.--And
your wife toa kiss. Give the baby some
sugar p)~ls, and little Blobby n
new picture 1book toi busy his bright
eyes with. Tell that tired looking wo
mani that you're goinig to s aty at
home of evenintgs. Our word for it,
apologies will bie plentifil, supp~er will
come on like magic, everything will
have an extra to)uch. At timies there
wvill -be somekithling very muich like
teaurs-in the good wonnuti's eyes and
her voice will he quite blusky, whitn
she asks you if yotur tea q[ue suits. Oi
course it will bie a ebarm.
It may be at little silent that evening.
* You miss the complainingq tone, and
scolding and fault findintg; lbut yom
look is her gain; she is thinking of
the long past, but conisidlers upon the~
* whole she is a hapj pier* woumia te~
init thlan she ever was in lher
whole life. belbre.,
Give the new plait a thir trial. Gira.
dually as you return, you will find
the house in [perfeet. (order. O lld dres
ses will be remodts eled, andI I ' our wifei
will appear as good ats now. I lotme will
growv more lelaant, and the brighitest
smile upon your featuires durin,
the day will lbe reflected on the
*thought that evening is com iing, withi
its pleasant charm of yur wifei andi
little ones.
Scolding wife indeted! If you meca
did as you should, would'nt such a wifi
be anomaly?- Olive Brwanch,.
LAN~tAUJs OF' Tm! .: A w.-If v
mnan would acecording to law, givt
to another amn orange, inistead of say.
ing '1 give you that or'ange, whie
one would think would be what ih
called in legal phtarseolo~gy ' anl ab)
solute conveyance of all right and~ ti
tie therein,' the phrase woul run
thus 'I give you all and sintgulau
my estate and interest, right, title,
and claim, and advantage of and iil
that orange, with all its ind' skin,
juioe, pulp, and pips, and right and
advantages therein, with full powei
to bite, cut, suck, amid othmerwvise cal
the same, or give the same away, as
fully and effectually as I, the said A
B. am now inclined to bite, suck, oi
otherwise eat the same orange or givt
the same away, with or without itt
*rind, skin, juice, puilps, or piups, any
thing hiereto.fore or hiereafter, or ir
any other deced or deeds, inistrumnenl
or' in'strumnents, of what nature ci
kindj soever, to the contrary in any
wise notwithstanding ;' with mnel
more todthe same effe.et- Siuch is thi<
language of lawyers; and it is; grave
Iltehl 'bg the most learned mei
anegihet thre by th om;-sn u
son for whose 'use the same was in-.
tended.
Tni RIFL.-We find in the
"Yankee," the following' in refer
ence to the principle of construction
in the rifle, which is so peculiarly
the American weapen, that all should
comprehend its principle action.
Many persons who are very ex
pert in the use of the rifle, know
nothing of the principle on which it
operates, and would be at a loss, if
asked, Why a grooved parrel throws
a ball truer than a smooth bore.
The reasons are these :
In the first place, no bullet is or
can be cast perfectly spherical.
One side is always heavier than the
other, and the ball, therefore, swerve
from the right line of projection.
However hard it may be to prove
this, theoretically, practice demon
strates it- The same smooth-bore,
immovably fixed, twice loaded, with
the sams charge of the same powder,
and with balls cast in the same mould
will not plant them both in the same
spot, at the same distance.
The rifle barrel is a female screw,
which gives the tightly driven ball a
rotary motion, so that if the bullets
or rather the slug, swerves with one
twist of the screw, another revolu
tion corrects the error, There are
but three motions in a rifle-ball, the
straitforward, the spiral, and the
dowaward, caused by the power of
gr.Lvity. A rifle of thirty to the lb.
drops its ball about a foot in the
hundred yards. Rifles are sighted,
therefore. to meet this deviation.;
On leaving the barrel, the ball moves
on above the line of sight, continual
ly falling in a parabolic curve, till it
intersets it. The poit of intersection
is called the 'point blank.'
Who invented the rifle is unknown.
Its principle was known to the Noth
American Indians, before the dis
covery of the continent. Thcir ar
rows are feathered spirally, and move
precisely in the manner of a rifle
ball.
[Froin the Southern Cultivtior.]
Topping Cotton.
Messrs. Editors: Having again
tried the experiment of topping Cot
ton, I herewith give you the result
of the same for the Cultivator. On
the 1st of August, I measured off
one acre of land of the same quality,
and the stand as near the same as
I could select on the plantation. I
topped, this year, two rows, and
skipped two throughout the acre, and
the result is as follows:.
Topped rows made of seed cot
ton. - - - 513 lbs.
Rows not topped. - 402 "
In favor of topping. - - 51 lbs.
You will see, Messrs. Editors, that
I have made money this year by the
operation, as it only took three
days to top my crop, and I have
made by it 30J,720 pounds of seed
Cotton. I will, for the satisfaction
of others, try the expeCrment for
three years to come, if I live, and
although the difference may not be
so great ev~ery year as it has pi-ov
ed u> be in the year 1852, I still
say that topping Cotton in Mississip
pi is advanitageouis, wet, or dry, andl
very important in a wet season. I
will here say to those who are fear
ful of causing their Cotton to suck
er in wet weather from topping, that
I have never been able to see, in
twenty years' experience in farm
ing, that topped Cottoni was more sub
jet to sucker than that not topped.
Too munch rain on Cotton planted in
rich niew land, or hand highly man
niured, will bring out suckers, and
ams many on that not topped as on
tho topped; at least, this is the re
sult of may observationi in Mississippi,
the opinionis of others to the con
trary niotwit hstandinag.
Messrs. Editors: This being the
only piece 1 shall give you for thme
Cultivator this year, I will btring for
wvard froim the 1st vol. of your journ
ail a valuable recipe for a Foundr
more correctly speaking, a W~ater
F'oundier: leed the horse from
the neck as long as lie can stand
up; then miako him swallow one pint
of salt; anint well arotmd~ the edges
of his hoofs with spirits of tuirpenitine;
keep him from dIriniking too much
water, and he will be well, 1 think in
a few hours.
Thie aboIve recipe cured a v'alua.
hle horse for- me, last spring, af
tcr trying nearly every other remedy
without sucecess. T1hie six dollars paid
for the hack numinbers of thme Cul tiva
tur, has saved me a horse wvorth tip.
wards of .$100--otherwiso he must
hiave dIied.
WVith murch respect, I amn yours,
E. .JINIKINS.
I JJrn Pen, Choctaw C3o., Miss.,
Fe b. 185..
If two inegatives arc equal to an
aflirmnativo, what inifercne can we
draw fron the following? "'Nob~ody
that don't Itake that mian for- no great
thiings a'n 'It much muistakenm?"' This
is a veritable sentence ini a commu
miientiomn from a correspondent.
If any sigiial infalicity happens to
fall uponi you, thne only way is, not to
nit still but to renolve upon action.
o -.APPZAL.:b-,A. Doy' s
cagg in the act of 'stealing dried
berries i.0front of a store the other
day, and was locked up in a dark
closet. by the grocer. Then the boy
commonced begging most pathetical.
ly to be released, and after using all
the persuasion that his rough imagi.
nation could invent, proposed-"Now,
if you'll let me out, and send for my
daddy, he'll pay you for the berries
and lie/c me beside.!" This appeal
was too much fol the grocery man to
stand out against.
The late Amos Lawranco of Bos
ton, it is said, gave away during his
life more than fire hundred thou.
sand dollats. On his pocket-book
was inscribed, "What shall it profit
a man to gain the whole world and
lose his own soul."
Things of this world have their
seasons, and that which is most emi
nent: is obnoxious to the ill art of
others.
Ie that cannot endure to strive
against the stream, shall hardly at
tain the port which he supposes to
recover.
Adversity overcome is the highest
glory, and willingly-undergone, the
greatest virtue.
A brave soul must not yield him
self up to disasters, but stand firm
against any accident that may befall
him.
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LIST OF
BRITISII PDRIODICAL
PUBLICATIONS.
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United States,
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RI VIEW (Conservative),
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3.
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(Liberal).
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-:0:
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by the political shades above indicated, yet
but a small portion of their contents is de
voted to political subjects. It is their
literary character which gives them their
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edly far above all other journals or their
class. Blackwood, still under the fatherly
care o Christopher North, maintains it's
ancient celebrity, and is, at this time, unu
sually attractive, frorn the serial works of
Bulwer and other literary notables, written
for that magazine, and first aplpearing in ita
coluns boith in Great Uritain and in the
United States. Such works as "The
Cax~'ons" and "M~y New Novel," (both
by Butlwer,) "Thte Green lland," "Katie
Stew.art,'" and other serials, of which uin
mecrous rival editions are issued by the
leatdinig publbshers ipi this countrv, have to
be reprinited by those publishers' romn the
pages of Ulackwood, after it lhas been is.
suted by Messrs. Scott & Co., so that
Subscribers to thme Reprint of that Magaizitne
umay always rely on having the earliest
readhng of these fascitiating tales.
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Paynchts to bec made in all cas~es
in1 taanc. MAoney~ eurrent in
thec State wher.re issued will lbe
rceiaved at par.
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the above prices will lie allowed to Clubs
ordering four or more copies of any one or
moure (it the abiove works. '1lTus: Four
copies of Bllackwoo ud, or of one lIeview,
will be sent to one addlress for !89; fotur
copits of the four lRev.iew.s and li1lackwood
for $30; andi so on.
REDUCED POSTAGE.
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rednu~ iotn'' which ha~ts lieein made otn thiese
PertiodicalIs sitice 1841, atnd the very trilling
rates now charged.
Per annum.
Prior to 1845, the postage on *$ cetos.
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""" on a single
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From 1843 to 1851, ott Blac k
w.~oodi 1 00)
" "ii a Rteview 5
In 1851-523 (av'.erage rate)
on Blackwoodl 75
"""ont a lieview
The present postage on Ulack
wood, is 2
"""ont a Review 1
{ The/,se rates are nlow nuiform for
A LL DflT5'AN C ES wit/tin te (Inihl States.)
7 ? Th is wtork, is sO-r the old "BIoo'k
thirotena upon thec nwrket.
Jewelry ! Jewelry! !
ILlaving just returnedi fromt (harlest,
the suibsaribier hmas' alreadly on hand, andl is
now receiving, a neat antd well selected
stock of
WatcheI4s, Olockis & .Jewelry,
of all dleshiriptionis, which lie will sell at a
very moderate profit.
pg Come ott L adies anid Geuitlemnen,
and ex aminie fur yourselves. A call is all
ask. ,C. 'T. M ASON.
N l1. % 3
SUMTERVILI,) S.
ONE DOOR WEST- McrEAN' O TAAlD.
THE Subscribers having purchased- the 1TiRE STOCK of Dr. R6- Be' et
are now openmng a large, Choice, and well selected stock of'd
DRUGS AINTS AND OIL,
MEDICINES VARNISHES.
CHEMICALS, TURPENTlfNE,
DYE STUFFS, WINDOW GLASS,
COSMETICS, I BRUSHES (of evey d.)
PERFUMERY (of every kind.) SASH TOLS,
FANCY BOAS, EVANS' LANueTS. -
Thomsonian and Patent Medicines.
GARDEN SEED AND FINE CIGARS.
AND A VARIETY OF ARTICLES TOO TEDIOU8 To MEIUNiii.
EW&- All of which will be sold on reasonable terms.
-r All orders from the country promptly attended to.
DR. W. JAS. DARGAN & 00.
DR. W. JAs4. DARGAN. Jozw-W. DARGAN.
Sumterville, January 18Lh, 1853. 12-tf
THOMAS J. WORKMAN, M. D.
DRUGGIST AND CHEMIST,
CAMDEN, S. C.
OFFERS for sale, for cash, or an approved credit, AT THE LOWEST MARNET raIcss, a larg
and WELL SELECTED asSOrtmCnt of EAaT INDIA MEDITERRANEAN and EUROPEAN
Drugs and Mediciness
FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, PAINTS AND OILS, SPICES,
TRUSSES, (ALL KINDS) VARNISHES, GELATINE,
PESSARIES, " " DYE STUFFS, FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
DRUGGISTS LABELS, BRONZES, PERFUMERY,
" GLASS WARE, BRUSHES, HAIR DYE
PATENT MEDICINES, * WINDOw GLASS NAIL AND TOOTII-BRUSIrEs,
Tnom soNtAN MEDICINES, LAMP AND WIcKs, COMBS AND IAIlL BRUSHES
SIAIEnsI' IIER & RooTs, SOLAR, LARD AND SPERM OILS, FANCT SOAPS,
GARDEN SEEDS, SPIRIT GAS AND CAMPIIRE, &C. &c.
Genuine Cod Liver Oil.
Together with every article
COMPRISING THE STOCK OF A DRUGGIST OR PHYSICIAN.
ALSO
Agent for the most approved
PA TENT AND FAMILY MEDICINES.
April Gth, 1852. , 24-tf
Through Fare from Charles- $500 CHALLENGES,
TON TO BALTliMORE $17.50; Whatever concerns the health and hap
TO PIIILA)ELPllIA $19; of a people is at all times of the most va
AND TO NEW-YORK $20. importance. I take it for granted that every
person wvill do all in thetir po%% er, tonave thelives
ofe their children, and that every person wvill en.
- deavor to promote their own health at all Sacri
fices. I feel it to be my duty to solemnlly assure
TiHE GREAT MAIL ROUTE FROM You that WORMS, according to the opinion of
CHARLESTON, S. C, the moot celebrated Ilysiciajw, ae the prima
LEAVING the Wharf at the foot of causes of a large majority ofidiseases to which
Laurens-st. daily at 8, p. ni. after the children and adults ae liable- if you have an
arrival of the Southern cars, via Ikind
arrial l te Sothon crs, ia IL.of food to another, lBad Breath, Pain in thle Sto.
MINGTON, N. C., from which point mach, ickin at the Nose,.Rrdneus and Full
two daily trains are dispatched at 8 A. M.; ness of the Belly, Dry Cough, Slow Fever,
and 2 P. M.; the 8 o'clock only connecting at Pulse Irregular-remerber tat at these denote
-, C COC WORMSz,& you should atOne" apply the remedy
Weldon with the lines to Petersburg, Jobemnsack's Worlis Syrup.
Richmond, Vashington, Baltimore, Phil An artic founded upon Scientific Principles,
delphia, and New-York. The public Is compounded ih purely vegetable substances,
respectfully informed that the steamers of being perfectly safe when- taken, and can be
these lines, are in first rate condition, and gven to the most tender Infant wih decided
are navigated by well known and ex- a h mehem wea amlaiiiand
perienced commanders; the Rail Roads the Tonic properties of MY Worm Syrup are
are in fine order, (tile Wilmington suchthat itstandswithoutanequal in thecata
and Weldon, as well as the Seaboard logue of medicine., in givin tone and strength
and Roanoke having recently been relaid to the Stomach, which maksit an Infallible
with heavy Trail) thereby securing both mpepsia, the
s t astonishing cures performed by thin Syrup after
safety and despatch. By these routes Physicians have aled, Is the best evidence ofita
passengers availing themselves of the superior efficacy over all others.
FIRST TRAIN may reach Baltimore in
40 hours. Philadelphia in 4ri hours, and
New York in 50 1-2 hours; and by the This in the most difficul Worm IV destroy of
SECOND TRAIN they arrive in Bal- vil that infest the human system, it grows to an
timore in 50 hours, Philadelphia in 56 almost indefinite length becoming so coiled and
hours, and New-York in 61 1-9 hours. fastened to tte lntestin and Stomach eting
Through tickets cal alone be had from the health so sadl as to cauxa'St. Vitus Dance,
Fits, Auu, that tto.m _ffLi~z -.9douji it ci,,
E. WINSLOW,'Agent of the Wilmington anspeet that itis Tape Wormbstg ss=t6
and Raleigh Rail Road Company. at the nearlygrve. InoidertodestioytiisWorm, a
oflice of the Company, foot of Laurens veryenergetic treatment must be pm-sued, it
street, Charleston, S. C., to whotn please ~?idteeoeb rprt aeSt fm
apply.thWomSrpmyatretuothWr,
March 23, 1852. 22-tf hc utb ae ndsso alson
Improved COttonl Gins. motosiaeceofTpWr
Thankful for past favours the subscriber wvish-.
es to inform the public that he sitill Iaanufac- lbrsc'sLvrPls
tures Cotton Gins at his, establishment in State' opr ftesse smr ibet ies
burg, onl the most iimprove-d and approved plan- ta h l'ii evn saflee opn
wichl lhe thinks that the cotton ginned on one frtebod rgvn h rprsceint
of those gins of t1:e late improvemtent is worth tebl ota n rn cino h ie
at least ai qiuarter of a cent more than the cot- el~t ~eohrlnolltprso h ytm
toii giinned on the ordinary gin. lie also man ailrslsvrosy nLvrCmlit
uitiures them on tie most simupl construction, JudcDsesa c esol hrfr
of the finest finsh andi of the best materials ;towacevrsypo thtigtnicea
w.it, 8ieel saws anid Steel P'lateid Ribs Case wogato ftnLvr hs il en
hiardenmed which lhe will sell for $2 per saw.- oe fltor ai LNT unihdb
lie also repairs old giins anid puts them in cornm- uet eltesik aey s.A x
p'lete order at the shortest notice. All iorders for rCOtNwihage~stesceinfo
Gins will he prmptl andpuntal aten e Ploaymcsmmbae rpoo
tto WgIil.LIAM ELL.ISON. tedshreo ertdmte.2d nA.
StthrSumter iS8. C. Feb 17, 26--IEAiEjwihc
AtT TilE OLD STAN O'Fl 01'. & J. GILUJERT. gvstn n ~rntit h evu ytm
S . &~ E. M. G 1 LIB E R Tj eeigleh nfvio oalprso h
cotneteCfRA Ecth noywt h ohrigeins n
111'JI.EN at the aboveoprtnonte owlndeeligie
standi-No. 3> anid 410 Wentworth-street, olnisofcrutadvitemtead
Charles'ton--where they will be pleased toltiiygthBodhihesrsdsaean
exhiibit to their oldI friendis and customersretr- elt.
a very extensive Stock of Vehicles, coin
purisinlg those of their own manufacture, YuwilfntesPlsannvubeme
together witht variotus other styles usuallycionmayoplnttohchouresb
found in this tma~rket. Tlhecir long acqtuaint..cL noslctesihe oaloprilte
antce with this theiafuctinalarrnmanntsfoetueltheas
amid dealers wtill enable them to oller great toprfigtebL5 n te liss
mttlie-omients to purchasers both in stylesefhtalyopt litalcmlinsvhc
anid prices.maarsfrmfmlirguatiashd
Augutst 21, 1 852. 44-tV ce idnsdmes fsgtfanI h
CABINET WAREROOM.alotesbigaelatto.
F. M. ANDREWS l C-A l 5CS
TlAKE-S this method oh epr eioso ecmn gnsms d
inforimiing thle citizenis ofdrs hoPoitrJN.IOESCK
Siumter-ville and vicinity that PiaepiIa
lie has opened in alervibeoppllt thrne
Presb'yterizii Church, n CA 11NE~T WUUlthe !- get n erhnsi
l1t00J), wyhere lie will keep for sale, cheap, all P.S.CENCaretnWhlseAgt
such furimitture as (comes uinder this departm'ent frteSae
of his tradet, which lie wsill warrant of good uut 0h 85 2l
matternial and will uriiish for cash, at Charles
ion lJrices, all dlescriptionis of Fturniture imade.he'
hlijurtmg execiuted at the shortest no~tice. T ur
Alihogany itndu plin Collins furnished wiith-I
out delay. 1V .IO fa
Ifaving procured the services of Mr. C. W.
l)Avis, lie is lure-pared to furnish Metallic Plates0 C0NN0R
engraLveil ini any siyle.
All the siibiritb'r asks in a fair trial, and Whkepcosaty nhndaltf
hopes by puctuial attentio~n to business and DMSlISa h oetrts R
easy termus, to mierit public patronage.
l'e bruary 17, 18.;-3. 17-ly CEIE atC rlso picsfrch
W, A, KENT & IMITCHELL, ~ bs IASadTBCS
FASiltwnIlsONABLEivd40brrl
Clothing and Out-Fitting NotCaliafur
E ST A B L S HME NT, -Jn ~h15 2I
MASONIC HALL,Ner
No. 268 1(ing-street., corncr Of S o s
TheenutwribhhashadrlarstgnmetS.fo
Putrcha~sers will findt att all times a fullparoftebvericeythFAL Fr
aiml comtiplete stock of Gent's. r-eetca o(wltlewudrsetul
RiEA.D Y-MA.D CLO0THlING reepesnwhmabedpodtopcas
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North Crolinat linacon,maepy nto
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SIAre
DR." . S. HOUQHTONg'
P31K.
-THE TRUE.
DIGESTiYE FLUID,
OR, GASTRIC JIJIe
Prepared from RXNNWET, or the fourth Stomac
of the Ox, after directions of Baron Liebig, the
reat Ph alogial Chemist, by J.. S. HoPanR
roN .M. .,hPniladelphIa, Pa.
TIs is a truly wonderful remedy for Indiges
tion, Dysepsia, Jaundice, Liver Cempi nt,
Constiparto, and Debility, Curing after Na.
ture's own method, by Natures's own Agent, ti
Gastric Juice.
X|O Half a teaspoonful of Pepsin, infused
in water, will digest or dissolve, Five Pound
of Reast Buef, a about rwo Aours, out of the
stomach.
Pepsin Is the chief elemsent orGreat Digest,
ing Principlu of the Gastric Juice-the Solvent
Di the Food, the Purifying, Preserving, ard
Stimulating Agent of the Stemach and Intes.
tines. Itis extracted from the Digestive Stow.
ach of the Ox, thus furming an artificial Diges.
tive Fluid. precisely like the natural Gastric
Juice in its Chemical powers, and funishing a
Complete and Perfect Substitute for it. By the
aid of this preparation, the puins and evils o:
Indigestion and Dyspepsia are removed just as
they would be by a healthy Stomach. iis do
ing wonders for Dye ptics, curing cases of De
bilty, Emaciation, Nervous Decline, and Dys
peptic Consumption, supposed to be on the verge
of the grave. The Scientific Evidence upom
which it is based, Is in the highest degree Curl.
on. and Remarkable.
SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE I
Baron Liebig in his celebrated work on Ani,
mal Chemistry, says: " An artificial Digestive
Flid, arialogous to the Gastric Juice, may be
readily prepared from the mucods membrane of
the stomaoh of the Calf in which various arti
eles of food, as meat and eggs, will be softened,
changed and digested just n the same mannel
as they would be in the human stomach,'
Dr. Combe, in his valuable writings on the
"Physiology of Digestion," observes that " a
diminution of the due quantity of the Gastric
Juice is a prominent and all-prevailing cause ot
Dyspepeia;" and he states that " a distinguished
professor of medicine in London, whe' was so.
verely aiicted with this complainM, finding
every thing else to fiail, had recourse t the
Gastric Juice, obtained from the stomachs o
living animals, which proved completely suc
cessfully."1
Professor Domglison, of tw Jefferso College
Philadelphia, in his great work on Human Phy.
siology, devotes more than fifty pages to an ex
amination of this qubject. His experiments
with Dr. Beaumont, on the Gastric Juice ob
tained from the living hmnan stomach, and
from animals, are welt known. "In cases?'
he says, " digestion occurred asperfectly in the
artificial as in the natural digestions."
Dr.John W. Draper, Professor of Chemistry,
in the Medical College of the University of
New York, in his " Text Book of Che ,'
page 386 says,: " It has been a question whe.
ther arntcial digestion could be foe-bot
It is now unIversally admitted at it may be.'
Dr. CarpenteV's standard work on Physiology
which is in the library of everyhysician
is used as a Text Book in all Coqg, i
full of evidence similar to the above re
spectnng thle remarkable Digestive power of pep.
~,
sin, and- the fact thflat it may be readkily separa
ted from,"stomach of the calf or .Oz,and used
for experiments in' Articial Digestion, or as a
dtfaer-uesses - 6f the Stomuach, and def
cient secretion of Gastric Juice.
Call on the Agent aid gets descipiie
ratis, givng a large amount of Sai
entific vlence, simuitar to the above, togethei
with Reports of Remarkable Cures, fress al
parts of the United States.
AS A DYSPEP~SIA CURER,
Dr. iloughton's PE75tN has produced th
mnost marvellous effects, in curing cases of Die
bility, Emaciation, Nervous Decine, andDs
peptuc Consumption. It is impossible to gve
the details of cases in the limits of this ader
tisoeent; but authenticated certificates havi
been given of more than Two Hundred Rtemark
able Cures, ini Philadelphia, New York, anm
Boston alone. These were nearly all desperat
cases, andl the cures were not only rapid an,
wonderful, but penmanent.
It is a great Nervous Arntidote, and particular
ly useful for temidency to Bilious disorder, Live
Conmplaint, Fever aned Ague, and the Evil ell'ect
of Quinine, Miercury, and other drugs upon th
Digestive Organs, after a long sickness. Als
for excess in eating, and the too free use of at
dent spitits. It almost reconciles Health wvitl
Intemperance.
OLD STOMACH COMPLAINTg.
There is no form of Old Stomach Complaint
which it does not seem to reach and remove a
once. No matter how bad they may be, It give
instant relief! A single dose removes aui Lh
unpleaseant symptoms; and it only needs to b
rep>eated for a short time to make these gao'
effects permanent. Purity of Blood and ligo
of Body follow at once. it is particuelar excel
lent in cases of Nausea, Vomiting, Cramp.
Soreness of the pit of the Stomnach, distress afte
eating, low, cohld state of the Blood, Heavinest
Lowness or Spirits, Despondency, Emiaciatior,
Weakness, tendency to Insanity, Suicide, &ce
Dr. Houghton's Pepsin, Is sold by nearly a]
the dea~lers n fine drugs and Popular Medicinei
throughout the United States. It is prepared ii
Powder and in Fluid form-and he Prescriptio
vials for the use of Physicians.
Private Circular. for the use of Physicians
may be obtained of Dr. Houghton or his Agents
describing the whole process of preparation,an
giving the auth orities upon which the clahns o
this new remedy are based. Asitlis not a ecr
remedy, no objec tion can be raised against it
use by Physicians in respectable standing an,
regula r practice. Price, OIne Dollar per bottle
__ Utn8EavE Tuiis!-Every bottle of th
genuwine PEPSIN bears the written signature a
J. S. HIouGnTOS, M. D., sole Proprietor, Phil
adelphia, P'a. Copy-right and Trade Mark se
cured.
3$r Sold by all Druggists and Dealers I1
Medicemes.
For sale in Suimterville by
MILLER & BlRITrTON.
December 16, 1851. 8-ly.
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Selling at Charleston prices.
M. DRUCKER CO.
Camden, Dec. 21, 1852 8-tf
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SUMTER VILLE, S. .
(Near the Depot.)
Paintin~ Gilding, and
ronsing.
Gilding on Gold ani
Silver, and Graining
Household Furniture done up in the neat
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fact ton. 341" All orders from tho countr;
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Cents'per bale.
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EDWAnD e y T
Reference-Col.- 4F -0
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