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Live to do Good.
Lve to do good-this *orld should be
But one united family,
One boly brutherhood;
W here each should fR,' his neig.hbor feel.
lelping-along the general weitl,
And universal good.
tut sellisfh aims too oft intrude,
Atid thoughtless words, or actiona rude,
And hence the scenee of foolish strile,
Marring the hnppiness-of life,
. Which every day we see.
'Tis sad to find the evil seed
-go thickly sown. and noxious weed
its hateful presence spread;
And witness passion's harsh control
Crush tho afTctions of the soul
Beneath the iron treud.
ive to do goo d--in idle wnil
Is useless-action must prevail,
A living pattern teach;
Invoke example's potent aid.
And that to which you w.ould persuade,
Pritice as well as preach.
Live to do gomd-if festoring spres,
Humanity with tears deplores,
Strive all ypou can-to heal, -
Direct the young, aihd comfort age,
Boldly for right and truth engage,
And for the suffering feel.
Live to do good, and kindness show
To neighbor, stranger, friend and fue,
Nor think the task is hard;
Heaven will bestow its righteous meed,
And every earth-forgotton deed
Shall bring a ich reward.
She come among the glittering crowd
A maiden fair without pretence,
And when asked her humble namo
She whispered mildly Common Sense.
Ver modest garb drew -every eye,
Her ample cloak, her shoes of lenther
And when they sneered, site siniply said,
,-I dress according to the weatber."
TIhey argued long and reasoned loud
in dubious Hiodoo phrase mysterious,
While she. poor girl, could not divine
Why girls so young, should be so serious.
They knew the length of Plato's heard
And how thescholars wrote in Satrn
Uhe studied nuthori not so deep.
And took the Bible for her pattern.
And so she said "Excuse me friends,
I find a!! have their proper places,
And Common Sense should stay at home
With cheerful hearts and smiling faces."
"IHow do you do, Mris. Tome; have
3oulheard that story about Mrs. Ldyl"
"Why, no ro'aily, Mrs. Gab, what is
It I-do tell1.1
"Oh. I promised not to tellforThe
world ! No, I must never tell it. I'm
afrtid it'll get out."
"Why, I'll never tell it as long as I
live, just as trueC as the wvorld-whtat is
!'Now you won't say anything about
it, will you ?"
"No, I will never open my head
about it, sacrcdly. Hope to die this
"W~ell, if you btlieve me, Mrs. Fun.
day told me, last night, thatt, Mrs. Trott
told, her that her sister's -husband was
told, by a person who saw it, that Mrs.
Trouble's oldest daughter told Mrs.
Nicolas, that she heard Mrs. Ptttein
tell Naomi Blue, that a milliner told her
that 5LusTLES were out of fashion."
tsMY, VER.-Here is the tallest
fish story yet out. Sailors will please
bide their "dinminished beads."
"The editor of' the Manchn-ste: De
mocrat tolls of a man who had a large
tiose, and who, in crossing a corner of
L.ake WVinnipissogeeto reach the woods
where he was chopping, cut a hole,
through the ice for the purpese of quench
ing his thtirst. A latge trout, mistaking
for some more tempting prize the nose
of th6 chopper, which was protruding
below .the fragments of ice whicht cover
ed the surface, nabbr d it with all his
might. The meun upo~n thte ice, ,latrmn
ed by this utnexpecte'd assatult, made' a
hasty retreat, and not only took his
nose out of the-water, btut with it a good
sised urout weighing some' nine piounds."
. 'The New York Sninday Dispatch
gives a new and qutite d iffne nt Vcusion
of tha. meeting of Genecrals T.u3ylor and
Scott, at Washington. It stays:.
General Scott fell upon General
Taylor's neck and wept.
*"Scott!I" murmured Tayl,>r.
*"Taylor !"; faliered Scott..
" Scott," said Taylor, mauking a
strong effort to recover htis complosurte
--"Scott,' he -repeated, butt he broke
"Wl.Taylor, whtat is is ?1" demantd
'ed Scott, in a firmer tone, and try ing to
master his emotion.
. "Scott," resumod Taylor, with a visi
bly'pilinful effort-"Scott,jdo you cheto?"
We can quote no mot e; thte remain
der is too trying to the sympathies.
"If there is any 'body under thme can
ister of heaven that.I hold.in excres
carice,' said. Mrs. Partington, 'it is a
talebearer and slanderer, going about
like a vlie boaconstrictor, circulaling
his calomel about honest folks-I al
ays know one of his philsmahogany.
It-seems as if Belzabub had starap~ed
him witk his private si'gnal, and every
ii ig bie looks at appears to tur~n yeller."
And having uttered this somewvhat ela
borate speech, "she- -wa's seized by a fit
of coughing, and called for-some demul
Spring and S !it n u- r
T HEE Subscriber has just'recezed from
New York and Charlestun, a large
and well selected Stocat if
Fashionable Dry Goods,
comprising a complete assortment of Ginz
hums. Printed .Lawns Brocndes, Linen
and Worsted Horages. Black Lawns, Al.
pacas, Silks. Laces, Gloves 1ud Hosiery,
with it very inrge ass-fiment of PRINTS
and LINNEN GOODS. Also, a large
lot of' Hardward, Crockery, and Glass
Ware, Drugs. Paints, anrd.Oils. .Saddlery,
lata, Bnutets, Shoes nnd Boots, znd a
choice lot of GROCERIES.
Having-a good assortmiettt-ofcevery kind
and quality of Goods usually kept in. a
Country Store. I reel confident of pleasing
all who may favor me.with: a cplir Aly
Stock being mouch larger than usual at this
Season, I am anxinius to reduie it, and
persons wishing'tri boy at lot prices, will
do well'nocall tefire purchaping elsewhere.
Cash Customers shall be pl ased.
S. F. GOODE.
April 18. 6t 13
T IE Subscriber has just received his
Spring & Summer Goods;
Consisting in poart of
PRIlTED JAC. MIUSIANS. SILK AND
.LINEN BRAGES. DOTTED AND
PLAIN SWISS AMUSLINS. MUS
LINS GINGHAM, ENGLIS11
& A31ERICAN PRINTS,
For Ladies Dresses,..
luslin Trimings. Fine
Bonnets &.3o1nnet Ribbons.
Groceiies. Hardware, Crockery.
Shoes, Leghorn, PIninama. Silk and
DEAVER - HATS.
All of which wifl be snld very low, and alib
eral discount for CASt!.
B. C. BRYAN.
March 211849, - Ef - 9
HE Undersigned have associated thom..
.selves fur the put pne -of transacting a
General Connercial l3usiness, nnd take great
pleasure itn ann'uncing to their friands and the
trading comminity at large, that they are now
re-ceiving and'opening at their now Room.
(Bland's Corner,) a large mid entirely new
Stock orGoods. which have been carefully se
lected by both of us frot the latest arrivals in
Charleston and the Northein Markets.
Our Stock comprises every article usually
kept fin the trade.
We deem it supmafnnms to ennmerate arti-.
elei.and to mnke prorhises 'and. pledges, na t
what we will or will not do.. -int confident
that we can please evyn the tost fastideons,
we most respectfully invite a thoronglh inspec
tion of ptr Goods and price. Determined to
tmerit, we confidently ask a liberal share of
patronage.~. P. BUTLER,
J. A. BLAND.
Edgefield, Mfarch 29, if 10
BY virtue of sundrywrits of Fieri Fa.
cies. to me dircted. I, will proceed
to-sell on Thursday the 10th of Ay - at
li- si is-o- i Tunari -'osey; on SIa v"s
Creek, the following property in the follow
ug cimeh. viz:
- S. F. Goode vs Marmin Posey; vari.
ons other P'ir.tifi's vs. the same, n Iareo
Stock of Catule mwhc Hoes, H ousehinbl.'and
Kitehen Furniture. Also a larige lot of
Lumber at thte Saw Mill, Plantimion and
Blacksmith Tools, and various oilber arii
cdes niot me~ntind
S. CH RISTI E. S. E. D).
April 17, 4t .- 13
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
BY1 JOUN H ILL, Esq., Ordinary of
Edge feld District:
Whereas UJriali Ibahnett and Jos. WV.
Fulmonre, h athi applied to ate for letlers
of ad-:inistration, on all and singulur..he
goods and .chattles. rights .and credits of
Michael Lonig, late of' the Dtistrict afore
Thtese are, therefore, to cite and'ad:ihon
ish .all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said tdeceased. to lie anid appear
before me, ncr our tiext Ordinatry'sc Court
for the said Disti ict, tot he holden at Edge
field Court linsoa on the 14th day or
.May next, to show cause, if atny,.why
the said administration .should not be
Given titder my hand and seal, this 27dh
day of April. in the year of ourr Lord'
one thouean~d- eight hondreud and for:y
ti'ne, and' in 'the seventy-~third year of
American Independetice. .L.
.JOH N HiL L, o .11
May 21849, 21,5
STAT'E OF SOU'ril CAROLINA
IN ORDIN ARY.. -
DY JO-HN H ILL, Esq., Ordinary of
. Edge fiel District. '
Whereas Davidl J. Kilcrease.1ialb ap.
plied to tne for Letters of Admcinistration,
woith the twill annexed.-on all and uingmlar
the goods and chutiels. rights anid credits
of samp~suon Kilerense, late. of the District
These are, therefoie, to cite anrd admto.
ish nil atnd sineular, the kindred and cred
itfrsof the-said-deceased, to he and appear
before me, at our next Ordinary's' Court
for the said District, to be holde'n at Edge
fidId Court House on 'he 14th daf of May
next, to 'show caise, if dby, wvhy the~said
administration si~ioujld not lhe granted.
Given under my hand atid seal, this the
26th day of April in the year of nur-Lord.
one thousand eight 'hundred and forty
nine and .ituieventy-third:year of Amer
can Independence. ''-'
J.O HN H ILL, o. L.~.
May2 . . 2t . .. '..5
TH EREBY forwarn all persons from tra
.ding for four Notes of hand given by me,
vi; :-three to Jolm-iS. Jeter fur..ftfteen'tdollars
each,;and one-to J. Cohn for sixty dollars, all
of said Notes 'tre~ now: int :the. hands of Abner
Buashnell, and-I-have paid the lampe to him and
will noct pay them any more, unlesa compelled
by law., .:.'ILLAIIZ.
ApriI25, - - - . . . 1 4
vpWELVE or fifteen likely young Negroes.
I.sold for no fault. A ppl to the Editor of
. HE Spbscriber .respectfully.inform his
friends and the public at large, that
ie still has charge of the above Hotel, and
takes this method to inform one and all, that
in-consideration of the hard times, lie, has
zeduced his terms ofBoarding,.to the follow
Ing reduced rates, for Cash only.
- RATrs OT BOARDING.
Man and horve per day, - 1 25
' Nan per day, -75
- Fot Breakfast. Dinner, Supper,
or Lodging, single, dach 25
llorse per day, 50
Single Feed, * 25
.The Subscriber returns his thanks to- the
commuriity 'at large, for past favors and so,
icits a share of the same.
. .1 . H. JENNINGS.
*Feb. 21 if . 5
New Goods, New Goods.
14 Subcribers are now receiving their
Stock of S.PRiNG and SUMl ER
GO o D S, which were purchased rtry loro
for Cash, nud conisequently can and wiL be sold
accordingly. Anonlg.st yhich are the fullowirg:
- Rich F- de Sou Silks,
Do.'Camelian ' do
Do. Brcade Stripe do
Ex. tit). Diagonal Plaid do black,
Rich Plain lilack Silks,
Sup. .Bk, Plain Col'd and Plaid Bareges,
Do. Plain.and Fignred Tissnes.
Emb. B1roclai Swiss Muslin Dresses,
Very rich, Ulk and Col'd Brocha Lawns,
Large lot Painted Lawns from 15 to 20
New style Jacotiet and Organdic .luslins,
Do. do. Silk rand Linetn Ginghamins,
Beantifal' lot Summer Ginghamus from
I2N to 25 cents per yard
Lntest Style oi Lani, s Collars and Cnif's,
Union and Liacn Dril from 25 (ts to $1,
- Frrnch. Summor Cassiner and Claths,
Sup. English Drills D'Ete lr 75 cis. to $2
New style Poir Dinity, with Fringes to
match, . .
Plain. P!aid and Stripe Cottonades,
Pilfow Case Linen anad Apron Checks,
Geo. Nankeens and 13. E. Dintpers,
bilk iad Cottun Unbrellers, Parosols and
All styles and pricee Tickings fr 10 to 20,
.Do - " " Blenched and hr6'Sheet..
ings add Shirlings fron 4. to 45.
All styles and prices Cialicos. fron 15 to 25
All qualities and prices bro and blk Table
All iaalities and prices Cotton, Lit'en and
Silk.Fringes & Botions, for Ladies dresssa
Cal'd and W hite Cot, Silk & Eid GloI vej,
Marsails anl Silk Vestings,
Uieached and crown Cotton Drills,
Alunrlhoro-and Slrting Snipes,
Osnnbirsitand Factory Stripes and Yarns.
Swir... Mill, Book,-Plaid and Jnconet
Augusta 7-b and 4 4 brown Shirtings and
Complee assortment or Children and L3
- dies Shoes,
Any gidnity antd qably of half Hose and
H isidry, &e. &c.
Which our friends atind aequaintances. nnd
persons visiihng Hmbnrg for the purpoese of
huying Goods, are invited- to call-nnd take a
look Ind judge for themselves, as-we feel confi
dent they willfi git ei&mg,-qgL
flambirg. Maureb, 1849 2m 9
HASTING'S COhIPOUND SYRUP OF
N AP 1T1R A.
OT only ap, ritive but ra warranted cure
foer consumtioni atnd all diseases o.f the
boga~s. .This mecinao hrau decided thae dispte
abint thme catnnbility of coninmlptin, and satlis
lied the tned ica.l facutlty' and till who heave used
it, that cnnmpra tionl anad all afi'ecuious Of the
*Tiings enn not only lhe enircd, unit- they ia as ea
sily antd siinpely enredh,as abnittst anay of thme dis
trdersto wiviah-l the liiinian fi-aine is liable.
The operatinr of a sinagle bottle, which costs
$1. is suaflicient to satisfy tay patieant-if tiot aml
iagethier too liar gonec with the dliseasec-of this
fact ; anld eveu a sinagle dose gives evidence of
its ex~rniordintary iinfliunce in nriesting anotl
erdicatinig thei malady bsy the i:nmiiediate relic:
which it affords-, -Thais is r:o quaick-or sect
remaedty. Dr. Ilanstinags. its discoverer, is one o
de most eminenett phyisicians of the iage, and
has tnadlo.a full discluosure of its history, and all
is coimpenct partstoe ite worli. liet wishiing
to incur the responsibility ofC cotnfiing to him.
self, ir ther sake oft ,sofit, a secret which .was
cacilatted tn doi .r-ch uiniversal gaied. And
I uach heas heen~ the wondlerfeul rer.attt cof its apt.
rains, that. the Londoni Lraancer, Mt~edienl
Times, and the miat eminent phtysicianis of b~othi
oisirphers, arc ;in'xitosly calling uipon suffer
erstinhavce immtnedjate recotarso to it, and pao
claiming that otf all k nown ne'iineita, it alonto
has poasitively established its efficiacy bay nunde
niablea profs oif aentrintg cosumpttion ad'all oth
er diseases df the ,hungs. - .
Fair stile at ihe A pothecaty Hall by
. J. D. C HASE.
Price S1 per hottle.
lleidmhe'r 6 1846t ~ 12m ' 4G
Brought to the Jal
OF this .District, on ~the 9th instant, a
~..negro man, whlo says his naime isJA R.
R ETT,.and. that Ihe belongs to Mr. Benjamin
Rico, living withini four milesof Union Court
House. Said Tellow rays ho-is a blacismithi,
and has a very large sca''on his left a'rm,just
below his elbbw; caused by'abarn; he also
has a large dark spot or mole covered with
'hair, on the lower part- of Ihe left chleek.
He is abouit five feet six ahd half inches high,
between 25 and-28 years of age and light
The owner is requested to come forward,
prove property, pay - charges and take him
away, or lie will be dealt with as thd law
diecs. .. A. kJ.,URT. 3. E. D.
Mlarch 13, 1849 '" -t f s.
New Boot and Shoe
ATH ERE 'Gentlemen's ISoots tind Shires
ni-ae innia in a mdostsnperior style of ft
Oenlem'en wantung cork soled,.donble sojed,
water 'proof, wialking, dress..'patent Feather.
and a fino jinnmp sole'd' BOOT'S. need' but
leave their orders with the subscriber. -'.
*aarcil~: Yi~LL4M. .SicIEVOY.
.New BlacksmiZth ShOi~
7 1'H E Sublscr~iber havilig. pricuised 'the ser-.
Ivice, of 1a'unto.a,1 ackli~ntth w'~l
knon in this comttnity,.ptrp red tWeceite
al orders in this i pe..of bnsimess.'
Shop opposite Dr. Johnson's lot.
1eb14 t f 41
CAN BE GOT ONLY AT THE
. APOTHECARIES HALL.
THE GENUINE BALM OF COLUMBIA,
F0- RESTORING THE HAIRt.
To the Ladies.
"Long hair is aglory to woman." says Paul,.
And all feel the troth of..the pious quotation;
Preserve it therr, ladies-your glory may fall,
Unless yon protect it-with this preparation.
If you wish i rich; luxnrinnt hiad of hair,
free from Dandruff and Scurff; do not fail to
procure the genuine' Balh nof Colunmbia. In
cases of baIdness it will more than exceed you
Cixtyion.-iever buy unles' you find te
nam8e of Coistock & Co., on thewrapper of
Longley's Great Indian Panacea.
Jst.-For Colds and Feverish feclings pre
2-1-For Asthma, Liver Complaint and Bit
3d-For Diarrhaia, Indigestion and Lors o
4th-For Costiveness in fAmiles and muales,
and Nervous complaints,
5th-For Stqeemach affections,. Dyspepsia,
Piles. Rhemarin tism, &c.
The great points are. it is not bad to talce,
never aives PAIN and NEVER. leaves one
For all 1hese Jbings ii is warranted unequall
de. and all who dn not fild it so may returnt the
botile nd get their money, Conisttick & Co.
Proprietors. 59 Poydras it, Ne.w Orleaus.
Dr. Larzett's Juno Cordial or Pro.
- -creative Eliiir.
Fdrlboth male and-fem'ale-presibed as an
effectual restorative in cnses at dehility, impo
tenicy, or barrer.nes, aid all. irregutlarities of
rture. It is all that it profiases to .be, viz.:
Naire's grand restuirative and remedy for
those-in themarried state without offprmng.
iYAe Dr. McNair's ACOOSTIC OIL for
thde- uie of Deaftiess. AlSo.-nil thdse disagre.
ble enoisetlike the buzzing ofr rseits, falling of
water, whizzing of steam, which .nre syml
tome of approncIng denine'ss. M-my persons
who have beerdnaffor ten.fiftden. or twenty
year.., and were -subject to tike ear trumpets,
have,. afrer using one or two hottles; thorwn
asido .their trumpets, being shade perfectly
well. It has cured cases of ten. fifteen, and
even tliirsy years staiding of Derfiess.
Prico.41 per fiask..., -- -. ... -:
Connel's Alagical Pain-.Eztractor.
Tf E WORLD'S WONDER.-pronoinc
ed so by all who have ever used it. Sold in
this place by J. D. CH ASE. is a govereign
rsenedy for - Burns, Scalds, Sore nyes and
Nipples. Eryseplas. Barbors Itch. Cuts,.Ernp
tions of the Sk in, &r.
Hays' Linimcnt for the Piles,
The wotst nttack of the Piles are aflectutilly
and permanestly eored in a short time. by the
. use of the gennine H ays' Liniment. Hundredi
ofour first citizens threoughout the country have
sied this Liniment with complete success. It
is warrantesd so cnre the rnost aggraved case.
Caution.-Net-ver buy it unless % ou find the
nate of Comstock & Co., upont the wrnpper,
proprietors of the genttine article, or you are
cleafed with coiunterfeit.
Aother's Relif--Indian Distovery.
All tpe itt III hecome mothers. migd atm
childbearing, nre.enrnestly entreated to caln
their fears, allay their niervouessts. nnd rcotlie
their wiy by thei use of.this'suit extraordiinary
vegetable prodnction. Those who will candidly
observe its viruins, 'iist approve of it in their
heart:'t every kinid and nlfectinitate hns.band
will fecel it Ihis most solemnt dmiy to nileviate the
distress his wifse is expos:ed to, by n safe nad cer
lein mrthsod,. which is, tho tuse of the Mthetr's
Keep Yoiur Fect Dry.
R ieember, to1 preserve heahlh, the feet shnni
he -hept dry-, anti tha-t the (.)L O1F TANIN
rentders lenther water prootft~ind doublles-its slit
raibility. Also used for harness and Curriage
Comnitock 4' Co.'s Concent rated Fluid
Extract of Sarsavparilla.
For the cnre rof siria. Chtrnm-o Rhtenmnt.
tism, Genierat Debility. Ci'ntanuerti Disease:',
scaly Eruptions of the Skin. Tetre. Pimipies or
Pitstules one the Face. Liver AlTerctione, Albreni..
ril anod Syphia Dis'eamas. Biles' froim nns imn
pure- hnbit of the boidy, Ulceratsis of thte
iThroat and Leg. Pna anid Swellisng ot the
Boenes, nnd all Diseinas nrising from :an imoptre
state ofiliheIBtoodt. Exporenre nind Imaprudenice
int Life, Excessive Use of Merculry, & c.
Tis: Sarsaparilla is wntirantted positively as
good as ntny niser (thait ensn he made at.-tmn
dollar) at jsnstlhalf the -pre etof those so mssch
adlverriseh, anmi -ass stroteg, viz: .50 cents' lier
bousle, or six battles f,t $2 ,r0. Rdnmember to
ask for Comstock's 5arsupasilla, and take nn
Dr. Spohn's .Sick Headache Remedy.
*Why.wvill you~ suffer with itat distressing
cmttnplaist, whecna remedy is nt~hand that will
not faiil to cure yost? This remedy-wdll eltec
tsually destroy asny aitack of headache, either
nervous or billionis. . It las cnred eases .of
pearedensth for the watit ofateiinna
enimison Cold. Havo Jont .a CongiI .IRev.
17r. Barth'salom'ew's'EXPECTORA NT PINE
SYRUP, will most positively giye relief, :nif
save yosn.. from that most awhidi. disease, Pul,.
nljonary Consumiption, wh'lich itantlly .sweeps
into.the crave hnndrcda,of.ite .youog, the old,
,the lovely aindrthe gay...
Com stock Henwes' Nerve--and - Bone.
AND IND.IAN VEGETABLE ELIXER
Iawarrnted .to cure any case of -Rhteumtadsm.,
Gatr Cotttracted Chords attd Muscles, or Stiff
Joigts. ttregthenos, Weak Limnbs.. and enables
those who ntte crippled to walk n'gain. Usathtis
article atnd be cured, or go withonttit and suffer
.qs y on please. Cer tifreate's of estres by thse hn n
dreds enno be seen at 59 Po~~ydras street, N. U.,
wheere tis article is sold only genuitne.
Carlton';s Ring Bone and Spavin Cure.
For she cure of Ring Bone. Blood SpAvin,
Bond: Sptavint. Wid Galls, Splints, and Cstrb
on Horses. AlsoCA RLTOI'S FOUNDER
oINTrMENT,'fdrihe cene of ounder, lihit
Hoof, HIoof-banda'- Horseg, "and- Contrniered
.Feet. Als;all Wotnudsa Brtuises in the Flesh,
Galled'Darks, Cracked H'edls. Scratches, Nickt
ings, Docking, Criter, Kioks2&6.- -
S-- - Cau~tian. . - .
All'of she abve namtetd nrticles nro.aold only
gensuine by COM'eSTOCK& CO..59 EPoyfras
street. New Orleans.. COJM8TOCK &-BR O
T HE RS:,69 Sedend si., Si. Lodiii aind COM1..
STOClK .CO'.3 Cosdripnd ast?;'NewYja,
ProprieTors of',thie Origirial tand idny:Gc tnhtn
M~,igicoW Piin-xtr~setor. H ais also..oni hat a
coynpleje assortmuent of Soas and 1Nrfumi: ,
ivhich, vilflhe iiild lorvwer ithan itt a-othler
liotisein'the United Stfeos. for ash. --
-Alsrafor-sale- iyJf. D.CCH.SE,1 Apothein
rie' Hanl. Edgefield C. [L'-8 C.N
Ainril one 1At9, I tsn i
The Great Remedyfur Rheunalsm.eit, Pain
in'lie Side, Hip, Bach, Linbs and Joints,
Scrnfua, King's Evil, While Sedliirgs, Hard
Timors, Stif Joints, and ld. Fized aiins
Where this Plaster is Applied
A gentleman in iie -South of- Europo and
Pales-ine, in 1830, lieard so nngh said in.the
latter place in favor of JEW DAVID'S LLAS
TElt, and of the (as he considered) muiraculue
cures he had perfornied, that lie w-as induced
to try it no his own person, foi 'a Long' and
Liver A ffection. thereioval of'which hnd been
the chief 'bject of- his joitrney, lint *iich had
resisted the-genitl and delicinus climde.
He accordin-gly atpplied- a plasier.on the ritkt
of.his chest where the pain was seated, another
between the shoulders, and one oyetr th'e region
of the liver. In the.iean timne.hledrank freelv
of' an herh tea of lazative'qualities. He soon
fonnd his health improving, and in it few weeks
'his cough left hio; the sallowness 6f his skin
disappeared, his pin was reminved, and lis
health became permanently reiterated. -
The following is from Mr. Worstel, -editor
of the Massillion Gazette, Ohio.
"Genitemen-:-Disring last wotein an'd sprinj,
I was o tionhiled with a pain.irbreast as- to
render-me unfit for the duties 'of .my office:
ani henrhig vonr JEW DAVID'S or HE
BREW-PLASTER hiizlty recoomended'lor
similar cases, I ws. indsced to give it a trial. I
had'vorn a plas1itcr loni my breast but.n short
time,.when all pain left me, and I as briablea
again to engage in the labors of the office. I
wonid ilso stare, that my sister, residing 'm
Steihenville ini this State, hai received mitch
benefit fromu its use.
Yonrstruly,* - J. P.-WORSTE-LL/'
Mla.illon, Nov. 12,1843.
-It ha.i been very. beneficial in cqtses of Wenk
ness. snch as Pain'and Woukness in the sioip.
ne. Weak Limbs, Lnmerie.s. Affection o! thc
Spine, 'Female Weitkness, &c. N6-femnle,
ei'blect t6'pnin cr weakness in 'the bark or
sides, should be- without it. - Married ladies- in
delicate situations. find great relief -from con
stintly. wyearinig,this plester.; -
.. The appliention of iho. Plaste'r between:the
shmolders has been found. certain ramedy.for
Coilds, Gunghis, Phthisic and Lung A ffections,
'in their primary stages. It destroys inflamma
tion by perspiration.
6EWAR. oF COUNTERFEITS!
tXuTion.-The Subscribers are the onlY
Genernl Agents in 11e Southern States for the
sale of this truly viliable l'lsster'; nod ir. order
to prevent puirlihasers being itmposed uponhy
a counterfeit article, sold in this city ntnd else
where.-for the.grnuine, they invite particular
aittentiun to tme lollowing markts of the Genuine:
IsL.--The genuine is put ip in smooth, en
gine itirned buottomo.ed.boxes, not solder-d in.
2d -The genuine. has the engraved head of
Jew Divid dui the dirictibps, ardnnd the box,
t ith -ncomianyin record or Court to -E.
Tirylnr, Iochester. -
(- SCOVIL &-MEAD. Cimrtres Street.
Vholesale Geieril Agents for the -Southern
States. to whnm all ndaers nmnstlhe addressed.
Sold alsa; Wholesne and Retail.by - .
JOHN D. CIASE, A pothecaries 1.fall, Edge
1-AVILAN D& RISLEY, amid J. BARNETT
& CO , Augu:sta; Georgia. -
Feb 14. 1849 IV
Dr. Roger's Compound Syrup of
-Liverwort and Tar.
4SAFF. atmt-eimiin citre for CONSUMPI
- ThiN OF TIlE LUTNGS,. Spitting uf
Blod. Cmeiths, Colds. Asthmia, Patm imi thme
Sidle, Btronclii, hlo'oping; Con;;h anid all Pal..
Extracts fromi Certificiates which can be seen
-- in full by calling upomn the Agemisa
Mr. A. L. Scorill.-Having been r.fihicted
with a maost riistreaig Comth, nintil my Li~nage
hecame aifketed to such a degree that- I wvas
cntinmiallhy sp'iiting blood; amnd binmg tinder
the care of n. .able physiciant, wvithomn t obtainng
anty relief until I proenred a bottle of Dr. Rod
ger's Liverwort and Tar, whlichm restored me to
leatllh in a v'ery shom t timne.
-- Cincin nati. Nov. 5, 1844.
Fromt the lim. Jttdge Williim Burke, late
Pus o-.mstemr of tthe eity of Cincinnati for nmore
*thtan twenty years.
The statemnmt of.Instice Finch is entitled to
the fmllest confidetnce of the public.'. I canifilly
cnrrmhornte what he has said, having used the
inedicitle nyself' with the most decided btentefit.
Cincinnamti, Aug. 12, 18-45.
A nr.at AniSAB.K CottE of co~s't P-rioN.
Mr. Scoill-I wras taken with a most d(1.
tressmng conigh.nnud my hings rieenme-so. dis
eased thntt I biled in a short time several quarts.
I wvas redimced so lmow 1that all of my igiends,
arid even mf phiysicisn.< thoutght I imitst die of
Constumotni N~y brother tenuririg of thle
remarkable cores made lay Dr. Roger's Liver
wort antd Tar, pirocuiredan bottle. anid biefore I
had takeui onue haf of it,'it seemned-to-go to. the
very seint at thte diseases I raised a large-qnnn
tity ot pililegm amud mnatter, end my~ congh wais
stppmed as yn charm'. .'Anid 'byjta tise was
restored to por'fect leai' .
- GABRIEL WHITEHEAD.
Sworn to and subscrmbed-this 26th Nay., 1847.
- -H. E. SrauCna, MIayor of Cincinnati.
[Extract from a Letter from the Rev.' 'Henry
- - W isemnan.j- -- - -
Mfr. A.-LScoztil-As Dr.- Rod ger's Live'r
wortatid Tar hail been the means o(tsnathg
nmy companion..from a. premature:grave!. I
feel ituder thea obligation to..gijs'a -mysi rjuqece
to the circulation of so valuable a muedicinie.
- Patrot, Gallin-co-,'O , Dec. 2321846.'
T ' Ffrnm-'Dr.'Wson'. ' "
I -have heeun the 'fily ' physiciamn - bfMr.
Wiseman for the' isatstwelvea-yenrs;: dunri;
that time Mrs. Wiseman has been emnflerinI;
from diseaseelungs, And.-finally.all thiosyrmp.
bins. of Ptlmotptry. Gannsuusptioa - appeared.
All the usmil retmedips utiled. At this time. she
commnence~d'nuing Dr. Rodgef's Livsrwton' and
Tar.' ft'aatelJ like a charm. In it. fesilays
she decli'ed hierself nearly w~ell. 'I ha-ve -n~o
donbt of its virtn'ee, und inld eheerftully re
commend it to persons.-amfilicted with diseased
. PattIot, Gailflijuoty, Oinio. --
r-,.n it ie'6trned wr~0ptr upd
ettlPe.a ape -Bt fe ir 'sizf ires far
*5 -Sold whiolesalerandyetail-hy
- - -SxGOVILi.&tAD,' -
Ge 1a 13-Gjesstreast.,-N.mBrieansa
GnrlAgents for the.Southern States.
Also, sold by JO'fl.'CH A SE, Edgefield
CiS4.,- iptLd 'F M.k DurDY Ci tles '8.it
Cnrolinn. . *-a' -
Feb. 25 1er 0
The mest -exraodinary Medicie, i 4s Wrd,
0-TWis Eairact is pqt up in qurt botles;
it is six. times chcap'r,. pleasanter, and war.
ranted suprrtor to .any .sold.. It cur'e. with
oui vomiting, purgig,.uickening, or debiljtai
ting the Pat-nt'. ..
*lhe great be'aty andj'superiority of tI
Sarsapiilla 'oveii all other redicine' ithat
while it eradrcates'disease, it invigorates'the
qody. It is one of the very best
SPRING'ANf StJMMEl hnDICININ0'.
Ever knovn; it-not cnly purifies the oele
system, and strengthens the person,.but It
creates new, puke aid rich blood ; a pibet
possessed by no 6theinedicine. Aid-m.this
lids-flierand secret ofits wonderfulsuedes.
It has-performed. within- tlie last Gelyears
moiethan 100;000 curesef severe cases'b
dise ase; at Jeast 15,000 were-considered -j.
curable. It, has saved the fives.of mote than
10,000 Ctaesof GeavatDeb ti aM
- . . want of Ne-vous Anegy, . i . ,
Dr. Townsend's.Satsaparilla invigoratesihl
whole system permanently. To those -whi
have -lost their muscular energyby tbe uan
of medicine or indiscretion -committed in
youth, or the ezcessiveindulgence of thepas.
siens,.and brought on a general physical pros.
tration of tho.nervous system, lassitude, want
of ambition, (ainting sensations,. premattire
deca and decline, hastining towards that
fatal discase, Consumption, can . efiliiely
restored 'liy this pleasant remedj This Sar
so parillais Tar superior to any INVIGORA
TING CORDIAL, as it removes and invigo
rafes the system, givdes activity -to the limbi,
and strength to the -musdular systemI, li4
most extraordinary degree. -
Cicanses and Strengthens. Contuirptioe can*
cued. Bronckiist, -Consumption. Liser'em.
-plaint, Colds, Catarrh, Coughs. Astma,-t.O,
ting of -Bood, Soreness in the chest., Hstk
Flush,.NigAi Soeats, Dificult or, Ptfnus Ez.
pectoration. -Pain in the Sido, &c. pawssbu
alnd casb. cjard4.
This is only onb of more than 4j000 cases
of Rheunatirn ..that pr. Towmsn4's Sis
parilla has eured. The most severe .ahd
chronic casea qre weekly eradicatbd byjits
extroidary v~rtues. ..a
Jims Pummings, EAq., one of the.assi'
tuntb In the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwall's iI
land;is'thi' kentlenian ipoken of i ithe foej
Dr. To*nsbnd, Pear Sir: tiave sufferel
terrility for hine yeard with the RhiuinatiiUf
coneiderable of the iime I could not ar,bi'eep
or ivalk. I bad the utmost distressing VaIaN
and my limbs were terribly swollen. I have
used -pur bottles bf your Sanapauilla, and
they havd done me more than one thousand
dollarsa worth of. good. I-an soc much bet.
ter-indeed, I am entirely relieved.- You are
at.liberty-to use this for the benefit of the.
flicted, .. Youra respectfully,
FITS! FiTS! F1T
Dr. Townend, not havi
parilladih cases of Fits,.of
mended it, and was sur
following fro:i.an intellig
Fatmer in Westchester
Dr. Townrend, Dear Sir-.
girl seven years ofragewhoa
years afflicted, with Fits; we:,_
rythin- ,fpr her, but without
although wc could find no
n our ciclars for case like
as she was in very delicate hcalThb
gi ve lier soma of your Saasaparilla,i
very gliad wve did, for it lh'a not only etr&
hecr strenglb; but she has had no returiaf
the Fits,' to our great please and surprise.
Sihe is fast becoming rugged and hearty. fdr
which wc fcet gratful. Yours,- respeetfuily,
JOHN BUTLER, J
. .FE MA LtE MEDiCINQE!
Dr. Townscnd's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign
and speedy cUre for Incipient Consumption,
Barreness, Prolapsus Uteri, or falling of the
womb, Piles, Leucorrea, or Whites, obstruc
dnor difticult M1enstruration, Incontinence
of Uririe; or involuntary discharge thereof,
and for the general jpostration of tlie systent;
no matter whether the result of inherent
ecause, produced by irrbegularity, illness or ac'
didecn.. Nothing can be mosurprising than
its invigorating effects- on the human .framne.
.Persons all weakness and Jassitude, fronm tak
ing it, at.once becomo.robust and full of en
orgy under its influence. '. It immediately
countcracts the necryclessness of the female
frame, which is the great cause of barreneus.
It will net be expected of us, in, eases of so
delicate a nature:, to exhibit certificates of
cures performed but we can assure -the afilic
ted, that hundreds of cases have been report
eto us; thousands of. cases where fnmilies
have been without child: en after using~a few
hotpties of .this invaluable miedicine.. have
been blessed with Shehealthf ioffpring.
Great B~esaing to Miftlcrs'and Children,.
It is the safest and htost eIfecialantydiciua.
for putrifying the system, and relbeving iihe
iufferings dttendant upon ciibirtlhW~or di
&o'vercdt It strengthens both'the mithorgau
child; proienis grain 'ard~ disease, icilse
aind e'uric' thief'ood, abd'iose ah&'bate
used it(, thi'n~k it'io indislionsabls. .It'ia lhghly
useful batW before iad after conflneantit, as
In Costiveness, Pires; Crampis,-'Swelling-of
the Feet,'Daspondency,. jea'rjburndomjt-.
ing,;Paih inthe Back ,bd Loin~si Falae;Paia.
hleniorarhage. and i'n regulating 1t-ha:Seorew
tions and equaliz~ing ihe circulation it has ne
equal. The great. beauty of-ithiS Mediciaq
isr itiis always safe, 'and.tjae- most~del este
use Jt most successtully, - ..s.
-. OPINIONS OF DHYBICLaWS...
*Dr. Townsend is slmost dlally*'eceivingiw.
dets from Physicianr in digerntsrt'o the
Physicians> of -the~ City uof4Albany,hbaya-in
numerous caSes prescuibedk Dr. Townsen4e
Sareaparilla, and-ItelieVe isolae-onef thae
... ..~.*Ls gMip ..
.,' , ..1I. fiar oop,. ~..
P. E. ELMuppon v[b.
-*,0igfo the.-great suesos end.-imtrsens
saleof D,-TwsOodi5aSasapai'ili,s san
br- of .met-w.hl. were fornerlyt; g ,
Dok,r, hey gener 4 gu i i~a te
rme shape ottfes,i adsome of'tieita,kar
tole and copied our advertisements 'te
are only worthless ilttttitions and should be
,J.forsale in Edgerteld att.e DRUG
bA7,nRA, 8:rnt y .. G, L. PEr4N,
M~arch 14,~1849 ~1y S' Agent.