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A OKQ OF M PRIM. Written on hiring t frimd called" "talented lor a mete Type-Setier.'' "Ameretyrw-aetter!" tilla man i V1- ww'". perchance, may yet revere; I y known, norMe-i, one who can Have nought to bone aiiil nought to fear ' Yet, wherv th kindly ceptrd hand ; The trow that bean prioeely gem, That wield ao well a widn command Whose " tick-' may match a diad.-m ! t A mere type.efter ! "Let u see, ' Who gave the glorioat itripe to air That mark ilia banner of the free, And found the Mart that glimmer there 1 Who turned the bolt ol Heareii e'ide, And conquered iu ethereal fire ! ; Wiiebade the lightning ha mile glide Along hit magio wand of wire f " A mere type-setter !" Search the nail, The record) of each battle-field; Who nailed our eolnr to the mart, And died because they would not yield? Who taught our band to strike the blow, Through toil; and danger, and dUtrr, ( That levered England' chain of woe Who, but the master of the Pre I "A mere type-setter!" Name of fear, To bid the lave of freedom wake That tyranny ahall quake to hear, A nd old oppression' empire shake 1 I Franklin a forgotten name, That man no longer may revere t . Haa I'reotiee lost hi tonl of flame, Or Bennett dropped hi pen ol foart I "A mere type-tetter ("Honored name, . That age yet unborn ahall bleu, When empire crumble, and their fame Ha tunk in worts than nothingnem. Show ma the thiko whoa leer deride , The - mere type-tettor'" humble school, - And I'll howyou in ape of pride. " A brainless, or a dandy fool I lElUIint IT8IT. ..... i'HUe Be Toe.., ' nr rAKsr tt.uh. ' "Ht doctor, what d you Uiiuk of berf She nan set her heart upon going to that New i ear's toil, and it will uever da to disapttoint J'er poor thing I" , . . The blunt old doctor lit hi lip impatiently, wd etriking hi gold-headed cane in no very "Think I I think it would be perfect insan ity for her to attempt it. I will not be air Bwerablefor the consequence." ' "Fshawt my dear ir, the has had a dozen attack before quite a bad, and " " And that ia the very reason she liould be nor cautious now. madam. Good morning good morning 1 Heaven ave tne from these fashionable mothers," he muttered as he bang- ea we aoor to behind him. "She'll kill the t irt, and then Let death will he laid at my loor utfh t it would be a comfort if one could meet a sensible woman occasionally." , d ' Elite was sitUne in bed. propped ur bv nil- Iowa, " whett her mother enteral. If youth, grace and beauty,' could bribe the Destroyer, Tfturn aside hi unerring aim, then had ehe Win sjaral. Her cheek was marble pale, nd rested wearily On one little hand; the .eye were closed oa if sleeping, and from the other hand a few choice flowers had escaped, nd lay scattered upon tho snowy counterpane. Oh 1 ia that you, mamma f I hope you have made that stupid doctor give you , some thing that will set me up. I fool such adead ly sinking from want of nourishment, I fan y. Do pray see what you can get for mo. : I hope Dr. Wyman didn't presume to interfere bout my going to the ball, because I intend to go dead or alive; and, mamma, while my lunch, i getting ready, bring me my dress, and- lot me tee if Jeannct has . placed the trimmings where they should be, and have a ruche placed around the wrist of my kid 5 loves and, mamma, dou't forget to send to luster's for the pearl spray I selected for my hair 5 and, by the way, just hand that mirror ; I'm afraid that I look awfully pale." -' "Not now," said the frightened mothor, you are too weary. "Wait till you have had some refreshments :" and the pale beaut v sank back on her pillow, crushing a wreath of dark ringlets, and closed her eye wearily, in spite cf her determination to be well. A ring at the door! (a bright flush cam to her cheek.) "That's Vivian, mamma. Tell him tell hint (a sharp pain through her tem ple caused ner to pause) tell mm I'm better, and he may call for me at ten to-morrow night ; and, mamma, hand him this ;" and she drew ft little, perfumed note from beneath her pil- low, wiia roe oua ctiimhm in its touts. "Draw aside the curtain. Jeannet ! Oh ' 'we shall have a nice evening r the dance ; now hand me my dressing gown. Mamma, that medicine is perfectly miraculous I never felt better Heaven knows where I should liave been, nad you not called in a better coun sellor than Dr. Wyman. He would like me IV patient a year, I dare sav, but I know rVtVr shan to line his pockets tliat way :" and she skipped gaily across the floor to a largo fttnteuil, and called Jeannet to arrange her hair. "Softly BOOly, Jeannet 1 My head Wt ouite nphe yet there, that will do," said Wise, as- the skillful Frenchwoman bound tress after tress in glossy braids, around her well formed hcaL . . ' "Nov, place that pearl spray little to the left, just over my ear f reny, fcwt it, mam mat" 1 ' "i ' J "Here, Jnne4r and, the extended the dainty loot fit ito siltew horn and satin slip per. " Eest awhile now, Elise," said her motlier. ' a she looked appreheniwlr at the bright erimsow spot ott liet cheek, thai grew deeper every moment, and contrafed so strikingly ' with Ue marUe ttaleiwss of her brow. " I'm afraiT you're gfmig oeyoml your strength, UamajMk, what are you thinking about took at me t and see how well 1 look; ' sides, I'd go to tliis ball to-night, if it cost me ' i t w. lJ my life. M uimnpnea over me once he shall not do it a second ume; ma, uiere is really no danger ; I feel wild with spirits to iiigbt, and acticinate a most brilliant evening," and she clasped thepearl pendants- in ber small tr, im we -'gin, neecy ire, ku in sort joiai stiout her gnuTful pTMn, mid tiro l-r fcir arm p!iKd At gift, and taking in her hnnl the n h biuitiet, n-ery flwT f whi h whi tieml hojip to her young heart, he h4d np hr rljK-k with a Wwiu hing sinile and said : " Now, kii me, mamma, and say that you are proud of Klie." j And now, Jeannet, with rare, draw the rih o-ra cinaK about in-r Ukmii.J'Th, ami wiw a t)iMiAiid ihargni from mamma "to bewareof tiie draughts, artuke oMUingly of M-ea, aixl not weary hemelf with dancing," the carriage whela r)II-l away from Uie dio frreiglitl ith tlifir lovely Imnlen. "Kline de Vau, liereT said a tall, (jneenly girl, attired in Uiu velvet ; and she ciiriol her pretty lip with ill-conceal"! vexation. " I tiiought ner dying or near it ;" and, as hlise glideI gracefully pant in the dance, every eye following her, anl every tongue eMjnent in her prain, MnUd's cheek pah-d with anger. "How radiant she is! how duulingl Sick lies ha but enhanced her besuty, and how proudly Vivian beam her through the waltz ! Kvery step they take is on my heart-strings. Tli i inut not, shidl not be I Courage, cow ard heart r and maittenng her feeling witu a strong efTort, she nxm brought the rose to her che-k, her 'ye grew wildly brilliant, and had not Vivian been magneti7l lieyond recall, his eye would have been caught by Uio dazzling oion, ' j' ' AH eves were fixed upon the rival belles, and amid the voluptuous swell iff imixify the (limiting of light, the overpowering sweetness of myriad flowers, and the rapid whirling mo tion of the dance, every bruin and heart was dizxv with excitement. ' "Heavens! that is not Elise de Vaux," said a nephew of Dr. WynianV " Wliat mad '"I" ly 1 My uncle told mo if she came," It would lie at the price of her life. How surpiwiugly beautiful she is 1" 1 . " Htill on, and on they whirled the dancers! till the stars grew pale, and the sweet flowers drooped in the heated atmosphere, ' "No sleep till morn, when youth and pleasure meet, To chase the glowing hour with flying feet." " What an unearthly beauty F said an old gentleman to young man, upon whose arm he was leaning, as Kin leaning, as Elise glided past. " Who is she r ," Elise de Vaux," said the young man, me chanically, his eyes riveted to her figure. " Do you know what you are saying F said he, tapping him gently on the arm. " Yes, Elise de Vaux." Well, why do you look at her so wildly I Has cupid aimed a durt at you out of those lovely blue eyes!" : " Good God F snid the young man, leaping forward, as a piercing shriek came upon the air. " Make room I help I throw up the win dows F and Elise was home past, gasping, senselesa, to the cool night air. .::.'. Ay, Vivian 1 kneel at her side, chafe the lit tle jeweled hands, put back the soft hair from the azure-veined temples, press the pulseless wrist, listen for the beating heart in wan Elise it dead f , ' ' And in the arm of him for whom she had thrown away her young life, she was borne to her home. The diamond sparkled mockingly, .1-1 ilin .1 . i .Mil" - on uie ciRj'.eoiu nngera, we pear is sun lingering amid her sort ringlets, the round symmetrical limbs still fair in their beautiful proportions. The heart she coveted was gained the dear bought victory won I ' 1 ' ' ' " " Woodrille IltiftlncBS Cards. omswrnsa abases? lasteriiig anil If ricklayin;. THE undersigned will strictly attend to all manner of Bricklaying and repairing. Particu lar attention to the building ot Cisterns, which will De warranted to ttaml. J'lastering re paired and Rooms whitened and colored. . JAS. M. BULLISH. N. B. The best of Cement, aud Lime. on hand at all timet and for sale at cost and charges by JAS. M. MILLER. Woodville, Feb. 1853. ly AINTINO, GLAZING, AND PA . PER HANGING 'pHE undersigned respectfully inform the the citizens of Woodville and the public generally, that they have commenced the above business in Woodville, and from their practical knowledge they feel confident cf en tire satisfaction to all who may entrust work to them. By close ettention to business, ami cheap rates, they hope to merit a share of puuuo patronage rancy woods and marbles neatly imitated. Orders left at the Drug Store front town or country, will be promptly attond edto. BAXTER & LEMON. ! ... July 13, 1851-28ly. - C Ollrrdltir. lim Hl,it nr... f ti. ,.i,.l. r Woodville. orotheiawh ch mav he nlnced hi hi hand for that purpose. His terms will be reasonable, and he hopes his attention will be entirely latisfactory to all who may employ him. RtftrtHttt Messrs. Gordon & Posev. H. S. & T. VV. White, T. W. Pyer, & Co., W. H. Haseell, H. J. Butterworth, Thos. W. Hays, M. Simon, Inaao D. Stamps and W. H. Noble. Jan 1, 1853. tf T. 1I1NN1NG, Muher, and Repairer. Carriage TOULD respectfully inform his friends Bllll 1ia n..KKM. .1.-. 1. . . " euuiiui iiihi no uaa comu eleii commodious repairs on his added a large lot of plain aud ornamental articles to hi stock of trimmings, so that he rrepareu to execute work ia as neat and durablo a manner a cao be done , in the wwijh. lie has none but experienced workmen, and lets none but good work go out of his shop. He U now fully prepared to give satisfaction. Ha has always on hand, New and Secmd-hand Carriages, ''V- iot saie, on reasonable terms, iVaui f . ... ..v vnuiugw niaae, and old ones re paired, at shortest notice and low rates. Kji.tfuuu xviuuaruson oecun in mm m of my premise, aud will execute all Wag- " " ana antabie manner, with which he may be favored. IT- Orders either left for Carriages or "i t'uuulu-"j attended to. jy-ly . Irvlion! 2 JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SUPPLY. AND FOB SALE HY Af. SIMON Woodville, July 13, 1952. Allhlnrc Cu vae $e wlUuanoa Jn emtnattt. rPllE Eserciae of thia Iuctitution, uuder the direction of the Misses Calder, w ill re-commence on Weduesday. Jauuary 14, ISUW. dec30-18o2. NEWTON INSTITUTE. FOR YOUNG LADIES it, CHILDREN trill T8 TULLE, MIS S. 22d Sttiion w ill open Heptember Cl. 1852 The location of ibi School, (nearWh iie ville, 8 mile east of Woodville, Misisippi.) a retired, beautiful and healthful. Ibe ground occupy 18 acre, covered with a beautiful natural grove, of more than tixty specie of indigenous foreit tree and shrub betde a great variety of exotic. The course of instruction i thorough and extensive, embracing all that i essential to a substantial and highly finished education. The Institute Is furnished with suit of ape cimens in Botany, Mineralogy and Geology, and with a large and carefully selected Li. brary, embracing every department of the Arts and Sciences. It i also supplied with Apparatus (or il lustrating Mathematics, Geography Astrono my. Natural Phylosophy, Chemistry, Mag netism, Galvanism. Electricity, &c, dc. T K It .11 H Per Session of five Months : Tuition in Primary Departments, $15 00 Collegiate " 20 00 " . " Languages, each, - . 10 00 Drawing and Painting, 10 00 " Wax Flowers, aud Fruits, ' Embroideries, &c, &c, each, - . 6 00 Tuition in Instrumental Music, 30 00 Use of Instruments, - - & 00 Board, with fuel and lights, 50 00 Furnishing llooms, per month, 1 CO Washing, per month, 1 CO The above charges must be paid iu ad vance, or increased ten per cent., and satis factorily secured. Pupile may enter at any time, and will be charged only from the date of entrance, till the eud of the session. A sufficient number of competent Instruc tors will be always in attendance. The buildings having received and now undergoing various improvements and addi. tions, a few more boarders can be accom modated than heretofore. Applications should be addressed without delay to the Principal. ; "." fj-Boarders must have all articles die tinctly marked. D, L. PilARES, a. m., fcc, . i I Principal. Newton Place, July 22, 18-V -ly. $LctmloaU. ' NEW PACKET, ,!, ; , FOR Williamsport, Bayou Sara, Port Hud son, Waterloo, Batou Rouge, and inter mediate Ports. ' ' BELLA DONNA.. Uapt. Brady. In place of the E. D. White, . THE new and splendid boat. Bella Donna, will leave New wtrtaear?., Orleans every SATURDAY EVENINt at 5 o'clock, and Bayou Sara every WED NESDAY, after the arrival of the cars. Aug. 31,1852. .'! ly V. . Mall Packet-Twlce a Week. ry HE fine new double engine .fflgj. passenger Steamer GIPSY, fl. Cant. Jame H. Ure, leaves New"' ",ri "" Orleans every Sunday morning at 9 o'clock" and every Weduesday morning at 1 0 o'cloek for the Coast Plaquemine, Port Hudson, Wa terloo, Bayou Sara and intermediate landings. Returning leaves Bayou Sara on Monday and Thursday, after the arrival of the Cars. . j MENARD & V1GNAUD, gnf. , j29-ly 16 Bienville St., New Orleans. For New Orleans. . Four Times a Week., rwVlE fine Steamer EMrEROR, Capt. Cotter, and NEW LATONA, Capt. lloorER, leaves Bayou Sura, every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, after the arrival of the Cars from Woodville. mi r .1 ht t f . 1 Cakk in Mnvr, iniyn nrauiissor aaymorninsr. L " T. HIAIlDUX, ; . Voaeh MitLerand Repairer, Bayou Sara T"EEPS constantly on hand a full aisort- JL-mentofNEW BUGGIKS. BAROUCHES, be, and every variety of HARNESS, which he will sell a low as can be bought else where. Also, all kind of REPAIRING done at the shortest notice aud on the most reason able terms. " 0-Fitting up large Carriages, 110, and Bnirsrie. S. All work must be contracted for before commenced. ' Cash required for repairs. I Planter's Exeliangc Hotel MHIS Establishment, in Bayou Sara. La, JL ha been fitted np, by the undersigned! at great expense, for the express purpose of extending; a general accomodation to the tra vel in sr nublio. The beds, rooms and furni. ture are all nevr, and as irobd as can be found in the State. Meals at all hours, and admit tance eaa be had at any hour of the night. Strict attention paid to travelers. Give me a call. W.H. GLASS, Bayou Sara, Dec 21, 1832 ly . , JAMES MARTIN. BOOT AND SHOE MAKER. And Dealer in Trunks, Travelling Bags and Valises, fc, t , v- No, 39, Canal street, New Orleans aN!u Ciean 'Stuck ty. JJVlJU. Ji nni"l - - - awa. Oakev Ac Ilawkina, COnXJN AND SUGAR FACTORS. Arul General Commission Merchants. No. 30 Cirailcr st , NEW ORLEANS, LA. WE ihall be happy, that our planting friend and merchant in the interior make to u a mual. their eomignmenu. And tho who are disposed to confide their busine to our care, will rind their commu nication acknowledged with thank. Aaiwer returned to all letter with plea. nre and with promplneM. Novl-ly OA KEY fc HAWKINS. . If . LOW. W.H. FATTISON, A. PATTISON JT. Hunttvill Ala. New Orleans. Mtmpkis Tenn Lowe, Pattison & Co., I Successor to Lowe 4c Pattison. 1 Cotton Factors, Commission and For warding Merchants, NEW ORLEANS, LA. JOHN L. LEK, Commission Mtrthavt, 102 Povdraa st-New Orleans. Respectfully offers his service to the Planting community in the sale of cotton, etc. Any business en- trnsted to hi care shall have prompt and care ful attention. decz-iy. JOS. B. HUBBARD, MANDFACTUEEE And Dealer In Furniture, Chairs, Looking-GIasses, Furnishing Mate rials, and Mattrasses. Si, CIRCUS ST, CORNER OF PERDIDO, NEW ORLEANS. W. MONAGHAN, GEO. RARESHIDE. Successor to A. C. AIMSWOBTH. aucctsmr to D. I. alCABDO. monachal! & Rareshlde. No, 19, irtavier street, New Orleans. J. B. BUE 6 EN'S S3, Magazine street, , opposite, Arcade. ' IV e w Orl e an s , "OREWSTER & CO., are now re- -1 - ceivins their stock of Carriattes 5? and Harness, per every shipment from the North. Purchasers are requested to give us e all at 105 St. Charles St. oct28yl. H. OK CIS. v JOS. B. HCBBARD Furniture VHE undersigned would re ' spectfully call the attention of ladies and. Housekeepers generally, to a M ... vuu.fvn wot ui.cou lift .ftftftai.ft.. consisting in part of Mahogany, Rosewood and walnut Armoirs, Mahogany and Walnut Bedsteads, Chairs, Solas, liimans. and Otto mans, &o. II. uKKKN Si Von 137 Foydras st. Between St. Charles and Carondelet sts. oct28,-ly , . . Fevers I Fevers 1 1 T HE Season for favors is approaching and every family should be supplied with theELECTRlCAL FEBRIFUGE or, "Speeds Fever Tonic" This prepare. tion is not only simple, safe, and pleasant in its effects, bm icill cure" any species of Fever in less than onefourtk of the time nrdinarly required! None can appreciate its value but those who have used iL The folldwinjr from the New Orleans Delta, speaks volumes : ..r.. Sseek and Yb shall Fimb Good Testi mony. We copy the following from the New Medical Dispensatory, published at Cincinnati, Ohio : " The success of this article finally reached the ears of some physican, who prepared from it a nostrum called 'Electrical Febrifuge.' Those who have used the tincture, or the electrical rebriluge,' among whom are se veral physican, speaks well of it in all spe cies of Fevers, nervous and billious headache colds, pneumonia, hemorrhazes. leucorrha. chorra , ape-oake, and several other diseases though it is in fevers especially in which its efficacy has been mostly observed. it one-nun ot the virtues reported to exist in this plant are true, it is certainly deservine the close investigation of all classes of physic eians." ' .-'f ir-if From the above.; it would seem that a good thing might come out of Nazareth, qr be contained in a "nostrum." At any i ate, we consider it a heavy endorsement, and sufficient guarantee for Messrs. A. Kendall & Co., of this City, the proprie tors of the Febrifuge. , We would give the name of the "plant referred to, but for fear of deleterious and fatal results,. it being the same plaut reported here two years ago which people caught at with such avidity, and its administration was attended with fatal consequences in some instances. ' We have good reason to believe that the expe rience ol the Cincinnati physicians has been wholly with the febrifuge prepared by A, j Kendall it Co., aud not with the plaut! referred to knowing, as we do, some em inently successful doctors who have sra-1 duated on the merits of the Febrifuge, and nothing else. One of the graduates, writ ing from the Isthmus, says ; "My science and tJu Febrifuge are beating the Regu lars hollow I have treated upwards of two hundred fever patients, aud for so far have not lost a case. . The only trouble is that it cures too quick ! I can't get fee enough out of them." r Ferouw sat, etc. N.O.Delta. ., w. H7-rrepared only by A. KENDALL Co., 72 Magazine street, New Orleans, sole Proprietors. , i ; ' Caution. Since the Febrifuge has be come so popular, other parties have preten ded to prepare the same thing. The gen uine has a likeness of Dr. Speed, with our fao simile signature on every envelope, with its name blown on the bottle. Boy no other. All others are not only base counterfeits, but what we have seen and examined, extremely dangerous. ! A. KENDALL Sc. Co. tt A general assortment of genuine Medicines, on the most reasonable terms. For sale by WRIGHT & ELDER. Woodville, Miss., and by Agents and deal era throughout the South. OF WILD CHERRY. The great American Remedy, for Lung complaints, and alt a f returns of the Retpiratory Organs. THE BEST remedy ever known to man, for Cough, Asthma, Colds, Croup, Bronchitis. Intiuenza, Bleeding of the lungs. Difficulty of Breathing, Liver Affections, rain or Weakness of the Breast or Side, First stages of consunrption, Ac. X?-REMARKABLE CURE. 0 Of all the cures that have yet been recorded, there are certainly none equal to the one first mentioned, which plainly shows the curability of consumption, even in some of its worst forms. Jefferson Cointt, Ia., Feb. 27, 1849. Messrs. Sanford It Park Genu: This is to certify, that my wife, Nancy Dononey, has been in a declining state of health for the last two years. Her disease bailed the skill of the best medical aid I could procure her physicians pronounced her disease "Consumption in the last stage," and said that her recovery was past all human hopes. As a last resort, with very little hope, I pro cured Wristar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. After using a few bottles, I found, to my agreeable surprise, that her health was im proving rapidly. She is now so far recov ered, as to be able to attend to her regular household duties, without suffering any in convenience. Her rapid improvement and present health, warrant me in the belief that she will soon be entirely restored. Rhodes Dohoney. To the Tublic I, Jacob Green, of the county, of Jennings, and tate of Indiana, do hereby certify, that in the early part of last season, I was taken with a violent cough attended with a pain in the breast, and some times fever, and that I employed a skillful physician for some time, who said he could give me no relief. I then commenced using Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, and felt almost immediate relief; and after taking three bottles, I find myself in as good health as I have enjoyed for a number of years. My restoration, under the blessing of God, I attribute to the use of the medicine above named. Jacob Geeen . March 1st, 1849. State of Indiana, Jennings county. I, David T. Skinner, a Justice of the Peace in and for the said county and State, do cer tify that the above named Jacob Green, sub scribed and made oath to the foregoing cer tificate, before me, this first day of March, We would advise those of our readers who are laboring under an affection of the lungs, to make immediate trial of this truly excellent medicine. The most intelligent and respectable families of our city have a dopted it as a favorite medicine; and persons predisposed to consumption, who have UBed it, speak in the highest terms of its efficacy. Oy" Ueware of counterfeits and imitations syrups, and all other preparations of Wild Cherry. , Remember, they only imitate in name, not in virtue. Sold wholesale and retail, by ' SCOVIL & MEAD," i i i ; H8 Ghntre street, New Orleans COS SUMPTION III.,.:. UTTAtl'S SYRIA CUM. : finilE CURE for Coughs, Cold, Sore Jl. Throat, Hoarseness. ' ' ' .'; ' First stase--svmvtoins CouWhs. nain in the breast, side, head, back,'1 joints and limbs, innamation,! soreness, and ticklemg iq me tnroai,. lever, ruinicitit auu quicn breating ; expectoration, diilicult slight and frothy. :" nF!T See pamphlet in possession of the Agent, containing Dr Ncttall's Patholo gy of Consumption, lecture on the structure and uses of the Human Lungs, and certi ficates of cures. For sale by i . A. KENDALL, & Co., , m4, -ly 72, Magazine st, New Orleans Two large Cancers, effectu ally jiirca, by, v " S. REYNOLDS, ' ! ' '! l ' 123, Gravier street, New Orleans. CERTIFICATE of cure froin Captain ' Nat. Ostrander : ' , " Dr. J. RroW: in Having for many years been afflicted with two large and invet erate Cancers, (one upon my right hand, the other upon my left arm,) I sought in vain for cure at the hands of our most experienced sur geons. . i , Hearing of your successful treatment of Cancers, f determined to have the benefit of Soar experience, and for this purpose came to ew Orleans, eight months ago, when I spee dily received relief, by yonr mild and effec tual mode of taking both Caneeisont, without the aid of the knife. The Cance; upon my hand weighed over a quarter of a pound, that on my arm, more than three quarters of a pound, yet the new and healthy flesh took their place so rapidly that I was entirely res tored to health in a few weeks. ' . As a token of gratitude for your able and successful treatment, of my Cancers, I volun tarily add this my testimony to vour numer ous credentials, and trust that thoso effected with Lancer may be directed to you, for at peeuy ana enectuai cure. . KespeoHuUy yours, . KATUANIEL OSTANDER,? )i y28 Of Louisville, Kentucky. , , O AMUEL REYNOLDS, Office, No. 123 Ora Tier oireei, new urieans: i,a cures tow er, Scaldhtad, Wkite-swtUmg, Sores and Ul ftoj vi Dcijr ucrcriiHioa. - . IUnZ7-iy. i . . To the Public, ; LAST TESTIMONY TO THE MANY CURES. , - - . ., ASTONISHING CURE OF THREE CANCERS. . . ... This is to certifv that mv rifn ha. kon . r dieted with Cancer for the last seven years auu iiu ueoii muonng me most excrutiaung Cain and often trying all remedies that could e thonirht nf. ' I came tn Npur nrlmm. .;v. her for the purpose of procuring relief and suuiuj iier iuj Bimai uere 1 applied to Samuel Reynolds, at 123 Gravier rtreet, who healed her Cancer three in number one on the lip, one on the temple (very large) and one on the nose just below the eve, I am now happy to ay that I believe my" wife is entirely cured after three weeks treatment under the haudsof Samvel Reynold. 123 C. NewOrleans. , ' tVn. BARBER.,., . uotison ijunty, Florida. f." . xi r. Vi . . JUDSON'S CHEGCAL EXTRACT Cf A)i ' CHEEEY.0ET, Courts, folds, Doarsnrss, Fnlftlnr Blood, Kirtt Sweats' ffii? Lirer Complaint u OONSTJMPTlON' DO NOT NEGLECT IT.-Consum.K,; 1 be and has been cured in .t&, by thi. only certain remedy' "H? Chemical Extract of Cherry ondla, rid no remedy ha ever before been air' ed that will certainly cr Con,m ptioX" most strongly marked and developed eaw pulmonary consumption; where the unmZu become diseased and ulcerated, and illl so utterly hopeless, as to have been prontmM by physicians and friends to be past all xrmZ bility of recovery, and at times Uiongbt toW dying, have been cured by this wond.rfil remedy, and are now as well and heart? u ever. It is a compound of medications wLk are peculiarly adapted to and essentiully n. cessary for the cure of Covghs and Conttml tion. Its operation is mild, yet efficaciow U loosens the phlegm which create ss mock difficulty, relieves the cough and asiisti , ture to expel from the system all diseased aaw ter by expectoration, producing a delightful change in the breathing and chest, and thi, after the prescriptions of the very best niedi cal men and the invention of kind and toL rowing friends and nurses have failed to eiT the smallest relief to the consumptive sufferer , Thousands of consumptive persons havebeea deceived repeatedly in buying medicines that were said to be infallible cures, but which Lave proved only palliatives, but this medicine Unot only a palliative but oc for ulcerated hints It contains no deleterious drugs, and one trial will prove its astonishing efficacy better than any assertions or certificate in during con. sumption and all diseases of the lungs, suchm spitting of blood, coughs, pain in the tide end chest, nightsweats, ire, $c. ' i . i About 1000 certificates of almost minunfoki cures performed by this medicine, from tome of the first doctors, clergyraeu .and merchant, have been sent us for this medicine, but the publicatien of them looks too much like qnack ery, (we will show them to any person calliii" at our office.) .This medicine will speak for itself and enough in its own favor wherever it is tried. . ; . ; .'- ; Ccuft'on. This medicine is put up in ilitp bottle, and you must find the name of Judt a & Co., proprietors, New York, on the splea id wrappers around the bottle, to whom all ord it must be addressed. ' J3-1 HF" For sale in Woodville by !B : . .. ; CHARLES OUREY. Agent In Liberty, by STRATT0N SHIRK & Co?" BE YE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLY, is a command that should be cheerfully obeyed by the children of men. For Female and Male : Dr. Larzette's JUNO C0RD1L, or Procreative Elixir, prescribed as an effectual restorative in cases of Debility, Impotency, or barrenness, and all irregularities of nature. It is all that it professes to be, viz : Nature's great restorative, and remedy for those in the mar l ied state without offspring. It is a certain cure for seminal emissions, general debility, gleet; weakness of, the genital organs, nervou affections, leuco' hrra or whites. Asavigo rating medicine ' is unequalled. Also, a cer tain remedy for'inciplent consumption, indt gestion, loss of muscular energy, physical la, situde, female weakness, debility, &c. It is warranted to please the user in any of the above complaints, and is of priceless value to those without offspring. , A .. . ' Caution. This celebrated medicine cannot be genuine unless the fac simile signature o( Judson & Co. (N. B., the only American agents is on the wrapper of each bottle. 1 ' Caution to be caref ully reail and rtmemhtrtl A counterfeit of this celebrated Juno Omlial has lately been issued, bavins the, namef Levi Judson on the wranner. Thin Lnvi Jmb son is in the store of, and connected with, ona ! L. 1.1 t. .' . iucius a. vomsiocK, wno is Delieved to be the, instigator and real vendor of the counterfeit Juno Cordial. ' Remember that the counterfeit has tha iitme of Levi Judson on the wrapper and the genu-. me oa not uis name on tne wrapper. . - ' ' JUDSON&O..Nu.9 . ohnst.N. Y Only agents in America. Established in 1841 Bold in Woodville by CHARLES OUKEX Iu Liberty, by STRa'tTON SHIRK & Co, j THE LAniKS THE GEN UINE BALM OF COLUMBIA, FOR RE8T0RINO THI HlIR. - 1 " Long hair is a glory to a woman' say s Paul, ' And all feel the truth of the pious quotation ; Preserve it then, ladies, yeur glory may fell, Unless yoU protect it with thi preparation. If you wish a rich, luxuriant head of hair. live iiuui uauuiutl niiu BUliri, uu IM'I laii w yv cure the genuine Balm of Columbia. 1 In easel , ot baldness, it will more than exceed your x pectations. Many who, have lost their hairt for twenty years, have had it restored to it; original Dertection bv.the use of thi Balm.. , Age. state, or condition, appears to be no oo stacle whatever ; it also causes the fluid to . flow with which the delicate hair tubes Is fill- f ed, by which means thousands (whose half';, was as grey as the Asiatio eagle) have had ! their hair restored to its natural color by U" invaluable remedy. In all case of fererit will be found the most pleasant wash thatcsa be used. ' A few applications only are neces ary to keep the hair from falling out. ,B strengthens the roots,: it never fails to impariy a rich glossy appearance, ' and a penum . for the toilet it is unequalled. It holds lhs time as much as other miscalled hair restore live, and i more effectual. . . j ' : Cautnon. Never buy it unless you find tj , name of Comstock & Co., proprietors, on iho j wrapper of each bottle, or you are cheated j with a counterfeit article. '. ' t 'a, Sotd In New York only by Comstock Brother, No. 9 John street, had, in WorslvillV by our Agent . CHARLES OUREY, In Liberty, by STRATTON SHIRK W- ffTO THE OLD AND YOUNG f-' Ho! ye red heads and grey!.' Phs . nomenonin Chemistry!!- EAST ,1du Hi 3 Dte, Color the Hair, and will not the Skin." j This dye may be applied to the hair over night, the first night turning the lightest red or gref hair to a dark brown, and by repeating a cond night, to a bright jet black. Aay perwM may, therefore, with the least possible troubjrt with a positive assurance that the dye. if P, .CVIIUIIIJ.1I ! 1 UUI UAUO Ul imiiwi f, plied to the skia, will not color it. By aa oc- , oasional application, a person taming Ef win never oe Known io usto a grey . 4 rections complete with the article, i Th no coloring in thi statement, as one can t . Sold in WoodvillL by CHARLES OUKKV j f r otw vueans uiy isi. .. i 'i ; iu Liberty, ty 6 IRA1TON smuh v? ,