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AVIS.—Il sera vendu par Adolphe Grass, Tré
sorier, Lvndile 11 erne jour de Septembre , 1848,
4 la maison de Cour de la paroisse d'Ibervilie, à 10
heures A. M., au plus offrant et dernier enchéris
seur, tons les Ferries de la paroisse d'Ibervilie, pour
le terme d'une année, à dater du 12 Novembre
prochaiu. Les dits Ferries seront vendus d'après les
règles établies par les lois et les ordonnance» du
Juri dë Police de cette paroisse.
ADOLPHE GllASS, Trésorier.
Paroisse d'Ibervilie le 10 Août 1848.
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M \GASIN DE MEDECINES.
T E soussigné vient d'ouvrir nue Ma
gasin de Medecines dans la maison
de Mr. Beck, vis-a-vis la maison on se
tient la Cour de District dans la ville de
Plaqueminc. Les liabitans trouveront
dans son établissement toutes sorte de
Drogues et Medccines à aussi bon marché
et d'aussi bon qualité qu'à la Nouvelle Or
leans : Son assortiment ayant été très ré
cemment choisi avee beaucoup de soin à
New York.
Parfumerie, Sangsues,
Coiiifitures,
Sucres,
Thés, Vin d 'Oporto,
Cornichons, Stnices,
Epices de toutes sortes.
Avec beaucoup d'autres articles qui se
vendent chez les epiciers.
A. E. RICHARDS.
Octobre 1G, 1847.
Î
of
1
Eiat de la Louisiane — Paroisse d?Iber
ville.
Vente de Succession.
EN VERTU d 'un decretou ordre de
l'Mon. Cour du Gem District de
dernier enchérisseur, MARDI, le 22
Août, 184b, à 10 heures, A M., les pro
priétés ci-aprés décrites appartenent à la
succession de feu Aimé Allai», et à la
rommunanté qui existait Pntre j e dit feu
Aime Aliain et sou épouse O-lilla Renne
consistant en — \ * '
— TERRE—
1. Ur» certai n morceau de terre sitùfc
Man
dans la dite Paroisse sur le ba > >u
i m /;e„ ront tt ; v n ,„„„ to j „
1 , ' • arpents de superficie
j 1 ou moins, borné par Ja ligne infô»
i rieure de l'habitation de Trasiuion Ri=
j chard par les lignes de derrière des ImVii
! , . r* it . i • 1 , l" es no
tations de Dorval Rabin et de Dame Si
mon Rabin, par la ligne supérieure de
l'habitation de François Ponjoletpar la
bayou Manchac ensemble avec toutes les
bâtisse et améliorations qui s'p trouvent.
•*0* Un autre merceau de terre aussi
! situé dans la date Paroisse d'Ibt; ville à
! environ quatre-vingts arncnts du M",«sis
• ; • * ? f.
! ' P i en haut u Ja terre de Tra
Simon Richard et de Dame Simon B^îhin
et en bas aux terres de Mrs. Üusin Allain.
La dite terre fait fuoe au bayou Manchac
et sera vendue avec toutes bâtisses tût
améliorations qui s'y trouvent.
ESCLAVES :
3o. Colin, nègre âgé de trente-huit an»
4o. Robert, nègre âg*s de vingt-trois
ans.
5o. Un lot de Mobilier.
CONDITION DE LA VENTE :
Le mobilier payable en Mars, 1849.
La terrent les esclaves payable moitié en
A1 1Qin . - --
j '"ft^S., I"4J, et 1 autre moitié en Mars,
1850. Les acquéreurs fourniront leurs
billet» endosses à la satisfactions de l'ad
ministrateur, payables au bureau du Re
corder de la Paroisse d'Ibervilie, lesquels
billets porteront intérêt à raison de huit
polir cent, par an, en cas de non paie
jéchéance depuis l 'échéance jusqu'à
' parfait piemen* ; Hypothèque spéciale
sera retenue sur les terres et esclaves pour
assurer le paiement des dits billets et de
tous intérêts eventuels.
Actesdc vente aux frais des acquéreurs.
{Ejr^La vente aura lieu sur l' Habitation
J. L. PETIT, Shérif.
Iberville ce 21 juillet 1848.

j00utl)fm Öwthul.
What is Death ? • ßY Rev - Geo » Croly.
What is death ? 'Tis to be free ;
No more to weep, or joy, or fear ;
To join the dread equality ;
All, all alike are humble there—
The mighty wave
Wraps lord and slave;
Nor pride, nor poverty dares come
Within that refuge-house, the tomb.
Spirit of the drooping winp,
And theever-wcepiugeye,
Thou of all Earth's kings art king ;
Empires at thy foot-stool lie—
Heneath thee strewed
Their multitude,
Break lUte waves upon the shore,
Forms shall never rouse them more!
* What's the grandeur of the earth
To the graudeur round thy throne 1
Riches, honor, glory,birth,
To thy kingdom all are gc&e;
Before thee stand
The wondrous band.
Bards, heroes, sages, side by side,
Wuo darkened nations when they died.
Keep it before the People !
That Millard Fillmore lias distinctly
disavowed tlie slightest wish or desire to
interfere with the question of slavery in
the United Stateâ.
Keep it also before the people, that
Lewis Cass proclaimed in his place in
the Senate, Jhnt he would have voted for
the wilmot proviso, had it been brought
forward during the session of 1846.
Keep it before the people, that Millard
Fillmore is denounced by the Abolition
ists as a traitor and a doügh-face, because
he recognises the institution of slavery,
and brought a bill into congress to pay
o master the value of a runaway slave.
Keep it also before the people, that
Gen. Cass boasts that he never was a
slave-holder, that lie detests slavery, and
would be delighted to see it nbolished, if
it could be done safely and peaceably.
Keep it before the people, that the De
mocratic papers dare not inform their
readers that Millard Fillmore voted im
favor of the first of the Atherton resolu
tions, which declares that Congress has
no jurisdiction over the question of sla
very iu the United Stutes.
Keep it nlso before the people, that
Gen. Cass has proclaimed the monstrous
opinion that the question of slavery in the
newly acquired territory must be settled
by the people thereof; thus giving to the
Indians, Mesizoes, Zamboes, and other
colored inhabitants of such territory, the
right and power to exclude citizens of
the South from establishing themselves
with their property on the soil.
Keep it before the people, that Millard
Fillmore has always been a frank, open
and consistent politician, that he has not
two sets of opinions one for the North
ao^ the other for the South; that he does
not, like Van Buren, boast of being "a
northern man with southern principles,"
nor make professions at the eleventh hour
to gull the South.
Keep it also before the people, that
southern democrats are eudeavoring to
hold up Lewis Cass as "a Northern man
with Southern principles" just as they did
Van Buren, and that Lewis Cass is aid
ing to propogate the fraud, by causing to
be circulated two editions of his life, one
intended to reconcile slave-holders to his
support, and the other to ingratiate him
self with Northern anti-slavery men.
Keep it also before the people, that
Lewis Cass never was regarded in any
otbër light than a violent opponent of
slavery and a recognized champion of
the Wilmot proviso, and tbat he only mo
dified his opinions when lie became the
candidate for the Residency; that even
now he has never written or uttered one
syllabic against the principle of the Pro
viso; and that when interrogated by his
horthern friends on the subject, he pre
tends that tlie noise and confusion prevent
ed him from explaining his views.
Keep it before the people, that Mr.
Yancy, a Southern democrat, and dele
gate frotri Alabama to the national de
mocratic convention, refused to sustain
Lewis Cass, pronouncing him a political
weathercock , "all things unto all men, an
Abolitionist at heart, and false to the
South."
WHO WELZ. ACCEPT?
I ran prove tbat General Cass was in favor of tlie
Wilmot Proviso op to December last.
I challenge tbe friends of General Cass to prove
that his pnstnt position o* the slavery question is not
amstkttwnaUg mere false, and in application infi
nitely mort hostile and dangerous to the rights of the
South than the Wilmot Proviso itself.
I cte prove that Genetal Cass is opposed to re
moving the rafts, snogs, oir bars, from the great ri
vers which form tbe highway of our internal com
merce.
I challenge the friends of General Cass to prove
that he has not been in favor of a system of internal
improvements, and tbat bis present position and doc
trines have not been repudiated by a majority of
tbe Democrats of the House of Representatives.
I can prove that Genera) Cass was never elected
to but one office by the voice of dm people directly
expressed.
I challenge the friends of General Cacs to prove
tbat he has not given bis support to every adminis
tration for the last forty years.
I can prove that General Cass lias drawn more
than three hundred thousand dolla.s, regular pay
and ixlra compensation, from the public treasury
through executive patronage.
I challenge the friends uf General Cass to prove
(hat fie did not report a bill to the Senate of tlie
United States, reducing the pay of the volunteers
for clothing from $3 50 So §2 50, whilst he himself
was drawing eight dollars per day at the same time
I can prove that General Cass voted fora law
while Governor and member of the Board of Mi
chigan Territory, making it the duty of his officers
to take up poor white men, and sell or laiiip them at
discrétion.
I challenge the friends of General Cass to rebut
the evidence I am prepared to adduce, that he acted
with the Black Cockade Federalists up to 1800.
I can prove that General Taylor is a better citi
zen—a better soldier—a better statesman—and a
better Democrat than General Cass.
RICH. A. STEWART.
Iberville, Aug. 15, Ï84P
MB Eli riu<£ nntjG stoke.
L. C. THOMAS, D rucgist.
Pla quemin e La,, front- St., first doer
above the Post Office.
HAS just received, and is now opening the
largest stock of Drugs, Medecines. Chemi
cals, Paints, Oils, Vanishes, Brushes, Window
Glass, Tobacco, Snnff and Perfumery,ever offered
in this Market on the most reasonable and accom
modating terms. Plantation orders put up with
neatness and dispatch, and shipped to any point
desired.
N. B.—Physicians prescriptions carefully and
accurately compounded at all hours. As I am a
stranger to many of the good people ol this town
and Parish, it is with pleasure 1 refer them to the
following letter.
Baton Rouge , June 10th, 1R43.
We the undersigned Physicians of Baton Rouge
do most cheerfully recommend Mr. L. C. Thomas
to the public as being in every respect competent
and skillful in the profession of Druggist and Apoth
ecary.
THOS. BEAUMONT M D.
II. PERKINS, M. D.
F. M. HF.RIFORD, M. D.
TIMOTHY FAY, M. D., Dentist.
150
Ö
OZ. best quality French Quinine, in
store and for sale by
L. C. THOMAS, Druggist.
LD PORT WINE, ofthebest quality for sale
by L. C. THOMAS, Druggist.
4f% M Doz B. A. Fahnesiocks Vermifuge, for
sale by L. C THOMAS, Druggist.
ÏM GALLONS superior cold pressed
■ Vv Castor Oil, in store and for sale by
1 L. C.THOMAS, Druggist.
SYRINGES.— Large assortment of p fei in and
self acling Syringes for sale bv
L. C. THOMAS, Druggist.
TW"0 Cure, No Pay—12 doz. Smith's Tonic Sy
1^ rtip foi Fever and Ague, and Chills, for saie
by
L. C. THOMAS, Druggist.
~M 4"k^fcGALLONS Linsend Oil in store and
JL ^F^Fforsaleby L.C.THOMAS, Druggist.
^k^^G ALLONS Turpentine in store and
_B_ ^F^Pforsaleby L.C.THOMAS, Druggist.
"ÄTÖTICE —Will be sold
"ÄTÖTICE —Will be sold by Adolphe Grass,
1^ Treasurer, on MONDA Y, 11th 'lay of Septcm~
her next, at the court house of the Parish of Iberville,
at 10 o'clock, A.M., to the highest and last bidder,
all tlie ferries of '.he Parish of Iberville, for the
term of one year, to commence on the 12th day of
November next. Said ferries to be «old under the
rules and regulations established by law, and the
ordinance of tbe Police Jury of this Parish.
ADOLPHE GRASS, Treasures'.
Parish of Iberville, August 10,1848.
MOLASSES BARRELS.
T
HE Undersigned has on hand at Iiis
Cooperage, at Bayou Goula Land
ing, a large quantity of Molasses Barrels,
which he offers for sale at the most rea
sonable prices aud terms.
He will engage to furnish Sugar Hogs
heads at moderate prices m any number
which may be ordered; Bairels and
Hogsheads warranted to be of the best
woikmanship and materials.
CHR.H. MENSLAGE.
Iberville, October 9, lb47. I::tf
New Goods ! ! !
ROTH, BROTHER & Co.
HAVE received a new and splendid
assortment of spring goods, of all
kinds, which is far superior to any stock
which they have ever yet received. Pur
chasers are respectfully invited to an ex
amination of their large and well assorted
stock. Their stock consists in the fol
lowing articles
Gents. Clothing,
Ladies Fancy Goods,
Shoes, Hats,
Plantation Medicines,
Hardware, &c. &c.
Also: Paints, Oil ; a general assortment
of Iron and Steel.
Hardware A Cutlery ; Blind Bridles,
Collars & Saddlery of all kinds.
March 18, 1848. 24::tf
LARD OIL.—100 Gallons Superior Winter
»trained Lard Oil in store and for sale by
L. C. THOMAS, Druggist.
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DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
HE subscriber has opened a Drug
.'•tort in Plaqueniine, near Mr.
Beck's Tailor Shop.
Planters and others will find liere every
thing in the Drug line, as good and cheap
as in the city. Every tiling lias been
selected witli care, in tlie New York mar
ket, and warranted fresh and genuine.
From hi? long experience in tlie busi
ness, lie hopes to merit the confidence and
patronage o!" the public.
All the usual variety of Perfumery,
Preserves and Confectionery, always on
hand. Call and See.
A, E. RICHARDS.
October 9, IB 17. l::tf
WINER'S
Canadian Vermifuge.
^FUIE best remedy'ever yet discovered
for all kiuds of WORMS. It not only destroys
Worms and invigorates the whole system, but it
dissolves and carries off the superabundant slime of
mucus, so prevalent in the stomach and bowels of
children, more especially of those in bad health.—
The mucus forms the bed or nest in which Worms
produce their young, and by removing it, it is im
possible for worms to remain in the body. It is
harmless in its effects on tlie system,and the health
of the patient is always improved by its use, even
when no worms are discovered ; the medicine being
palatable, no child will refuse to take it, not even
the most delicate.
Skild Wholesale and Retail by J. Wright &■ Co.,
151 Chartres st.. New Orleans. A. E. Richards
is the agent for "Winner's Canadian Vermifuge,"
in Plaquemine, and also for the sale of " Da I lev's
Pain Extractor." marllly
Plaquemine March 11,1348.
POLICE JURY.
Parish of Iberville.
ON Monday the 5th day of June, 1848, it being
the day appointed for a regular session, die
Police Jury met according to law and Adjournment
and the following members were present, to-wit :
Mr. Puuliii Dupuy, President and member from
the 3d. District.
Mr. John Mitchclltree, member from the Cth
District.
Then came Mr. W. R. Doote, who having pro
duced his certificate ol election took his seat as
member from the 5th District.
Then came Messrs. C N. Bruslc and D. R.
Orillion who after presenting their respective cer
tificates took their seats as members from the 2d
ami 7th Districts.
The session being opened the members aforesaid
proceeded to elect a President and Mr. C. N. Rrus
lé was unanimously elected Präsident of the Police
Jury.
Then .the said members proceeded to elect a
Clerk to serve for the ensuing year and Mr. Belli.
Deblieux was re-elected to said office.
Two accounts amounting to $65 00 was pre
sènted by Mr. H. Worsham for his services as Co
ronor which was allowed, and the President autho
rised lo draw, &c.
An account of $10 00 was presented by Mr. II.
Worsham for repairs done to the Parish Jail which
was allowed, and the president authorised to draw,
&c.
Four accounts amounting to $32 60 was pre
sented by Mr. H. ullivan for divers charges and
repairs which was allowed, and the president au
thorised to diaw, &c.
Then the Police Jury adjourned until the 6th day
ofJunel84S.
(Signed,) C. N. BRULE, President.
Attest: B. Deblieux, Clerk.
PAPER HANGINGS AND UPHOL
STERY STORE.
No. 20 Camp street, New Orleans.
JOSEPH ETTER, oflers for sale low
for cash or city acceptances, all arti
cles comprized in the above business,
viz :
Paper Hangings for walls, Bed-tops,
Fire Screens, and Curtains with border
ings. •
Upholstery Articles,
Such as Curtain stuffs and trimmings ;
Tassels and Corde ; Guilt Poles and Co
nice ; Spring, Hair and Moss Mattressers
Fringes ; transparent and other Window
Shades, Musquito Bars and Netting5
Carpeting and Straw Matting ; Floor Oil
Cloth, &c.
Orders promptly fdlcd.
October 9, 1847. j ;l f
T H f£S l *f r INDIAN VEG.
11 AULL FILLS, are for sale at the Plaque
mine Drag Store, a new invoice just received from
the proprietor and inventor; they are a sovereign
remedy for billious diseases and indigestion Call
and try them where yon can procure the original
pills from Wm. Wright at
Jm15 RICHARDS' Drug Store.
rjl RUSSES, -Large assortment forsale by
Ji h «'• THOMAS. Druggist.
Statl'of Louisiana—Parish of Iber
ville.
Succession Sale.
BY virtue of a decree or ordot of the Hon. the
Cth District Court of the State of Louisiana
in and for the parish of Iberville, tp me directed, Î
will offer at Publie Sale to the highest and last bid
der oil. TUESDAY the 22/1 day of August. 1848,
at 10 o'clock, A. M. the following described pro
perly, belonging to the succession of Ainu Allain
deceased, and to she community which existed be
tween said deceased and his surviving widow,
Odilia Keine consisting in—
I. À N D S .
l^t. A certain tract of land situated in said parish
on Bayou Manchac containing six superficial ar
pents more or less, bounded bv the lowerline of the
plantation of Trasimond Richard, the back lines of
the plantation of Dorval Babin and Mrs. Sitnon
Dahin, by the upper line of Mr. François l'onjol,
and by tiro Bayou Manchac, together with the im
provenions thereon being and belonging.
iM. Another tract of laud also situated in said
parish at the distance of about 80 arpeutsfrom lise
liver bounded above by lands belonging lo iVasi
moud Richard and widow Simon Babiu, below by
lands rtf Ursin Allain and fronting on Bayu Man
chac, together with all the buildings and improve
mciits thereon bein» and Imloiiffin....
and the other half iu March 1850. Purchasers to
furnish notes endorsed to the satisfaction of the !
Administrator, payableat the oflice of the Recorder
of ihn* Palish, bearing eight per cent interest per !
aniiHin from the time due until paid; mortgage re
monts thereon beim; and belongin
"SLAVES.
3. Colin, negro man aged 33years.
4. Kotiert, negro man aged 23 years.
o. A lot of .Moveable Property.
THUMS OF SALE.
Moveable properly payable in March 1849.—
Lauds and Slaves payable one half iu March 18-1'J,
ta i ned on the property to secure tlie payment of the
price of adjudication and all eventual interests.
Acts of sale at the expense of the purchasers.
[Li ' The Sale lo take place on the premises.
J.L. PETIT, Sheriff.
Iberville, July 21st, 1848.
Just Received,
DR. DAVID JAYNE'S FAMILY
MEDICINES.
TA\NE'S Expectorant, for Coughs ;
Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge, for Worms, Dyspep
sia, i'iles, &c. The Carminative Balsam, is an
nvaluable medicine for dysentery ainlsiiirimercom-1
plaints Jayne's Sanative Pills, a inild effectual j
purgative, free from mercury. Jayne's Alterative,
for cleansing the blood, removing mercurial dis
eases, and for renovating the system after disease or
violent humours. Jayne's Hair Tonic, to repro
duce a growth «f hair and beautify the head.—
JaynesHair Dye. it colors the hair without staining
the skiu. Jayne's Ague Pills, a sure cure. AI!
the above are 1er sale in Plaquemine by R ichards,
/ iiicHiw
whoisthe agent for Dr. David Jayue'of PhiladeU
phia. Almanacs for lÄk*, will be given gratis to '
persons calling for them, giving full descriptions
^
and uses ol the above remedies.
May 13. 1848.
PLAQUEMINE ^
T he subscriber respectfully informs his fellow
citizens, aud the public iu general, that he carries
on the above business at his Marble Yard, adjoining
the store of J. A. H . ujr & Co., on Slain street,
where he will execute all orders, from any part
this Parish, or adjoining Parishes, for Monuments,
Tombs, or Grave Stones, of any description, witts
the utmost dispatch. From hk experience ill the
busies, he believes himself competent to givesat
isfaction to all who may favor him with llieir patron
G. GRAOUILLA.
Plaquemine, Dec. 12, 1846.—3m.
INVALUABLE
Farnliy Companion.
gix LECTURES on Causes, Prevention and
Cure of Consumption, Asthma, Diseases of
the Heart, and all Female Diseases. 234 pages, 28
engravings. Paper 50 cents; bound 75 cents. Mail
to any part—postage 9 1-2 cents.
Shoulder Braces and Chest Expanders, $2.
Mail to any part, 50 cents postage. Inhaling Tubes
is: I.. I -li.. . .O. '
Silver, $3, by mail, letter postage. Abdominal
Supporters, perfect, $3 to $10, for all Ruptures,
Falling of the Bowels and Womb, and weak Back
&. Chest ; sent by Express every where. For Braces
or Supporters, or Rupiure Supporters,give height
from head to foot, and circumference of person
next the surface, just above the Inps. If Rupture,
mention which side. Agents wanted for the -sale
of the above goods. Address Dr. S. S. FITCH,
707 Broadway, New York, postpaid.
Plaquemine, April 8, 1848, 27:;!y
WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS.
r, / '!' llir:ible »»edecitie may be obtained
»"he Grocery^tore of Mr. Shay, in Plaque
mine, who is the ONLY AGENT in this eonntry
w • ! e . t ? « ,nc( l ? l,,c - IT Tbe genuine
Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills is never sold in
Drug Storc3..rf|
Dec. 11th.
COOPERAGE.
CYPRESS MOLASSES BAKRELS.
OHN SOLOMON has established a
cooperage in the town of Plaque
— i"- : - —— -* •
mine, 011 Main street on the lot on which
L. D. Lacroix lately resided.
He has now on- hand a considerable
number of Molasses barrels of Cypress
warranted to be of the best quality; he
will fill orders from planters at short no
tice.
Plaquemine, October 1847.
ÄANDS SARSAPARILLA, FAIIN
^ ESTOCKS VERMIFUGE, AND
BRISTOLS SARSAPARILLA, just
received from head quarters, also JEW
DAVID OR HEBREW PLASTER •
AND WRIGHTS PILLS, for sale at '
RICHARDS' Drag Store.
SALERATUS.—300 £ superior Saleratus in
store and for sale by
1" C. rilOMAS. Druggist.
COPAL VARNISH.—A suporior quality Yn
store and foi sale by
L. C. T1IOMAS, Druggist.
BLl E LICK WATER—A fresh supply ft, r
sale by L C. THOMAS, Driest
'
Asthma and Consump
tion.
DR. SHERMAN'S ALL-HEAL
1NG BALSAM, as a remedy fo>
Asthma,Consumption, Bronchits,Coughs •
Colds, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, and
all Diseases of the Lungs, Throat, Liver
and Stomach, stands unexcelled.
Bead wlhat.it has done!
More Home Testimony > n Favor of
DR. SHERMAN'S ALL-HEALING BALSAM.
New Orleans , Feb. 25, 1848.
To Dr. Sherman's Agent, 151 Chartres street?
Dear Sir—Having derived great benefit from the
use of Dr. Sherman's Balsam, you will permit Lia
,, . , .
'° address a few hues to you. I have been troubled
iitf n Ion it limn iiritK u lin.I »I. 1 . ■
for a long time with a bad cough, together will»
raising blood, to such a degree tliat I could scarcely
talk without coughing. A friend of mine advired
me to try Dr. Sherman's Balsam, and in less than
two weeks after its use, Ï find myself perfectly well,
and able to attend to my business. I have recom
mended it to several of my friends, and in all cases
with success.
Yours, dear sir, with respect.
J. E. BRISCOE,
Clerk f or T. L. White, 53 Canal st.
Residence, 24 Maria sueet, New Oi leans
have no hesitation in declaring that its use iu .
family warrants the assurance that it possesses
- ~ :ß ~ J —^ ' " -
STILL THEY COME.'
Having accidentally become acquainted with the
vittues of Di. Sherman's All-Healing Balsam I
s
the gifted qualities attributed to it. In one case,
where the medicine was taken on my recommends
tion. the effect was almost magical, as Ü10 Cough
and Expecioration of mucus matter bore a strong
analogy 10 a decided consumptive tendency. I be
lieve a more general knowledge of this medicine is
un 'y required to place it among tlie best curatives
extant, lor Consumption, Dyspepsia and other dis
eases arising from a disorganized state of the stom
ach and affections of the lungs.
JAMES REESE,
13 Camp st., New Orleans:
Mobile , December 7th, 1847.
I hereby certify, that for 18 mdnths I had beer»
lingering under Consumption, and expected «very
day to be rny last. At length I procured a bottle o
Sherman's Balsam, and it raised me as it were from
the grave. It cured inc, and I am now able to at
tend to my daily avocation of a boatman.
JOHN WILLIAMS.
Prepa red and sold by A. Sherman, M. D.. 106
Nassau st., New York. ' Sold also in New Orleans
by J. W right & C o., 151, Chartres st., and by
marll ly A. L RICHARDS, Plaquemine.
Plaquemine, March 11,1848,
S. B. STEEL'S
NEW ORLEANS
AND LITERARY EMPORIUM,
11 Camp street, Nr.w Orleans.
Stationery, School Books, Cheap Publication«,&c.,aMh
Lowest Ca* h Frites. Prin'iag and Book Binding
«1 eveiy ucicripilOB, exrcuttd ;»ith neatiMM a, 4
de«palcii.

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