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Buy the Truth.
MY MRS. M. o. 'rrATO.
Vo thou in life's fair morning,
Go in thy bloom of youth,
And dig for thine adorning,
Thy precious pearl of truth.
Secure this heavenly treasure
And bind it on thy heart,
And let no earthly pleasure,
E'er cause it to depart.
Go while tite day star shineth,
Go while thy heart is light,
Go ere thy strengLh declineth,
Vhile every sense is bright.
Sell all ithou hast and huy it,
'Tis worth all earibly things
Rubies, nod golJ. and diamonds,
Sceptres and crowns of kings.
Go, ere the cloud of sorrow,
Steal o'er the ilootm of youth;
Defer not till to morrow,
Go now, antid buy the truth,
Go, seek thy great Creator,
Leart early to be wise;
Go place upon the altar,
A morning sacrifice.
Words of Cheer.
De firm and be faithful;
Desert not the right ;
The brave become boller,
The darker the night!
Then up and be doin,
Though cowards mail fail;
Thy duty pursuing,
Dare all, and prevail!
If scorn be thy porton,.
If hatred and loos,
if stripes and if prison,
Itemember the cross
God watches above thee,
Anil he n ill requite;
Desert those that love thoe,
But never the right
FOND OF A JOKE.
We have seen many incorrigible
jokers who would put themselves to al
most any trouLle to enjoy a joke, but
the following caps any thing of the
kind we have yet seen:
The. Philadelphia Despatch tells at
story connect. d with ilte whipping post
of Deleware, where a man received
twettty lash. s 'well laid on,' for sonme
offence oif wiichl he had been convicted
against the good people of the cotnion
The culprit, Instead of blowing like
'ten tousatnd' when the sturdy con
stable applie:d the lash, laughed all the
time innioderattely in the midst of his
greans and oalts, which made the angry
officer lay on still harder, withont, how
ever, lessening in least the extraordinary
hilarity of the prisoner.
On giving the twentieth blow, with
all his strength,, which made the blood
spirt and broke his whip, the constable
could stand it on longer.
"WVell, here, mister,' said the offen
ded officer, 'I've done my dutty, and I
can't lick ye no more; but i'd just like
to know what it is that's so funny 1'
'Funny! ha! ha!' roared the other.
'Funny! whty, it's the best joke I ever
heard of! lHa! ha! ha! Excellent !
good'-hta! ha! Why! Oh! Hat! ha! said
lie, as alternately his pain atnd merti
"Funny ! W~ell, whlat is it ?-whmat is
the joke l'
"The joke!, now roared the other,
'why it's excellent. You'cc got the
swrong Smith! I ain't the man that
wvas to be whtiped ! It's thte other one!
Now you wvill have to go it all over
againt! Really it's too good! Yotu
must lick the other man! Ha! roated
.he. as they took hitm back to prison to
dress his woutnds.
Jotts's SHIARE.-"Dar," said a hope.
ful sprig, "how many fowls are there on
"WVhi," said the old gentlemnent as'
lie looked conmplacently on twvo finely
roasted chickens, that were snioking on
the dintner table, "why my son, there are'
"T wo," replied the smartness, "there
are thtree, sir, and I wvill prove it."
"Three," repilied the old gentlemen,
wvho was a plain ma~tter-of-fact-ma;n,
und understood things as he saw them.
"I'd like to see you p~ro e ta.
,"Easily done, sir, easily done ! Ain't
that or.e 1" latying his knife on thte fist.
- ~"Yes, that's certain," sai' htis dad.
"Ain't that two ?" pointing to the
second, "and doa't one and two make
"Really," said the father, turning to
the old lady, wvho was in amazement at
the immense learning of her son,"reatlly,
wife, this boy is a genius, atid lhe de,
serves to be encouraged for it. Here,
old lady, do you take one fowl, and I'll
take the second, and Johna may base the
third for his learning."
-A WET NURsE.--A metropolitan
house-keeper recentty advertised for a
wet nurse. A yountg Irish girl offered
herself. "Hlow old are you, BridgetV"
--Sixteen ma'am." IHavo you ever htad
a baby 1" "No, ma'ami, but 1 am very
fotnd of them." "Then i'm afraid
you will not do.'! '-Ohi, please ma'ami,
I know ['il .l; I'tm very easy to tpachi."
Whent Shuakspeare says " Out, brief
- ~ candle !" dues lie allude to tallow, spermi
ter wvax lights, and if so, how many in
Spring and Summner
T H E Subscriber has just received from
New York and Charleston, a large
and well selected Stuct of
Fashionable Dry Goodse
comprising a complete assortment of Ging
hams. Printed Lainns Brocades, Linen
and Worsted Borages, Black Lawns, Al
ipaeas, Silks. Laces, Gloves ind Hosiery.
with a very lirge assurtment of PRINTS
and LINNEN GOODS. Also, a large
lot of Hardward, Crockery, and Glass
Ware, Drugs, Paints, and Oils. Saddlery,
Hats, Bonnets, Shoes and Boots, and a
choice lot of GROCERIES.
Havin'g a good assortment of every kind
and riuality of Goods 'usually kept in a
Country Store. I reel confident of pleasing
all who may favor me with a call. Aly
Stock being much larger than usual at this
Season, I am anxious to reduce it, and
persons wishing to buy at low prices, will
do wellio call hefore purchasing elsewhere.
Cash Customers shall be phm ased.
S. F. GOODE.
April 18 6t 13
T HE Undersigned have associated them.
selves for the purpose (if transacting a
General Cotmercial Business, and take great
pleasure in announcing to thetr friends and the
tratding community at large, that they are now
receiving and opening at their new Room,
(Bland's Corner.) a large and entirely new
Stuck of Goods, which have beeti carefully se
lected by both of us from the latest arrivals in
Charleston and the Northern Markets.
Our Stock comprises every article usually
kept fh the trade.
We deem it superfinns to enumerate arti
cles and to make promises and pledges, as te
what we will or will not do. But confident
that we can please even the most iastideons,
we most respectfully invite a thorough inspec.
tion of our Goods and pricest. Determined to
merit, we conidenitly ask a liberal share of
W. P. BUTLER,
J. A. BLAND.
Edgefield, March 29, if 10
T HE Subscriber has just received his
Spring & !iummer Goods,
Consisting in part of
PRINTED JAC. AIUSLINS. SILK AND
LINEN BRAGES. i)OTTED AND
PLAIN SWISS MUSLINS. 51US
LINS GINGHAM. ENGLISH
& AMERICAN PRINTS,
For Ladies Dresses
Muslin Trinings. Fine
Beinnets &. Botnnet Ribbons.
Groceries. Hardware, Crockery,
Shoes. Leghorn. Panama. Silk and
All of which will be sold very low, and a lib
eral discount for CASH.
B. C. BRYAN.
March 211849, tf 9
B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cis, to me directed, I will proceed
to sell at Edgefield Court House, on the
first Monday and Tuesday following in
June next, the following property, in
the following case, viz:
Henry H. Comming vs Martha Prior,
the interest of the defendant in forty acres
of land, in Beach Island, where the de
fendant last resided, and adjoining lands of
Stephen Wilson, and others.
Thos. Reynolds vs William Rodgers, a
tract of landI, adljoining land~s of Jas. Rod
gers. W~illiam Rodgers. andI others.
Thtos. R. Anderson, A dministrator &co,
vs William Strom. sr. and Levi McDan-.
iel. a tract of land where defendant Strom
lives, containing three hundred acres, more
or less, adljoininag lands of H. Strom, and
others. Terms Cash.
S. CH RISTIE. S. E. D.
May 11 4te 17
State of' South Carolina.
Adam Eigleherger, end
wife, andi others, 1Bill for
vs. J Partition.
George Long, and others.
I T appearing to roy satisfaction that
Zachariah Wooley atnd Etizabeth, his
wife, two of the diefendants, in this case,
reside beyond the limits of this State. On
moatiotn of Mr. Griffin. Plantiff's Solicitor:
Ordered that the said Zachariaha Wooley,
tamd wife, do appear and plead, answer or
demur to this bill, within three months
frotn this date, or that the said bill be
taken pro confesso against th~em.
S. S. TOM PK INS, C. E. E. D.
May 15, 3m 17
State of South Carolina,
IN TIlE COURT OF ORDINA RY.
IHIumnphries Botulivate. Gutar'd of
Fruncis Richardson, Minor, Ap't
Jas. M. Richardson & J. S. Gouin- iaint
ard. Exect'rs of the lost Will and I Account.
Testament of David Richardson, I
IT' appearing to my satisfaction that Willianm
T. Minter aind wife, Satmuel [liil and Daii
vid HI..Bell, Legaitees tunder the Will of the
sai-I David Richardson, Deceased, live beyotnd
the limits of thisi State. It is therefore ordered
that they do appear before me in my Office at
Edgelield Couart hlouse Otn Monday thte Thir
teenthi dtay of Atngttsmtnext. to show cause if
any why te Accounts of the said James Ml.
Richardson atd James S. Guinard, Executors
alordlsaid, shontld tnot be accepted and a final
settletment and Decree made upon said Estste.
Given tinder my hand at tmy Office the 4th of
JOHN HILL, o. x. s.
Ma ,3m 16
Economy is Wealth Z
T HE Subscriber most tespecfully inform
.Lhis friends and the public generally, that
he has located himself at Edgefield C. House,
(next door to Mr. Refo's Tin Shop and op.
posite the Spann Hotel,) for the purpose of
carry on the
Cabniet Making 4' Repairing Business,
in all of its various branches. He feels con
fident in giviug entire satisfaction to those
who may favor him with a call.
N. B.--FranaL furnished at the short.
eat notice and on accommodating terms.
March 2M 1R89 3,m 10
T HE Subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public at large, that
b still has charge of the above Hotel, an'd
takes this method to inform one and all, that
in consideration of the hard times, he has
ieduced his rerms ofBoarding, to the follow
Ing reduced rates, for Cash only.
RATES OF BOARDING.
Man and horee per day, $1 25
Man per day, 75
Foi Breakfast, Dinner, Supper,
or Lodging, single, each 25
Horse per day, 50
Single Feed, 25
The Subscriber returns his thanks to the
community at large, for past favors and so
icits a share of the same.
Feb. 21 if 5
HASTING'S COMPOUNDASYRUP OF
N OT only a prsitive but a warranted cure
for consumption and all diseases of the
hngs. This medicine has decided the dispute
about the cttability of consumption, and satis
fied the medical faculty and all who have used
it, that consumption and all affections of the
Iligs can not oily be cured, but they are as ea
sily and simply cured, as almost any of the dis
orders to which the hitman frame is liable.
The operation of a sinle bottle, which costs
$1, is sufficient :o satisfy any patient-if not al
together too far gone with the disease-of this
fact; and even a single dose gives evidence of
its extraordinary influence in ariesting and
eradicating the maindy by the i.nmediate relief
which it affords. This is no quack or secret
remedy. Dr. Hastings. its discoverer, is one of
the most eminent physicians of the age, and
has made a full disclosure of its history, and all
its component parts to the world, not wishing
to incur the responsibility of confining to him,
self, for the sake of piofit, a. secret which was
calculated to do such universal good. And
such has been the wonderful result of its ope.
rations, that the London Lancet, Medical
Times, and the moat eminent physicians of both
hemispheres, are anxiously calling upon snffer.
ers to have immediate recourse to it, and pro.
claiming that of all known medicine, it alone
has positively established itsefficacy by unde..
ninble proofs of curing consumption and all oth
er diseases of t,l ns
For sale at the A pothecay Hall by
J. D. CHASE.
Price $1 per bottle. -
Decenher 6 1846 12m 46
Brought to the Jail
OF this District, on the 9th instant, a
negro man, who says his name is JAR
RETT, and that he-belongs to Mr. Bonjamin
Rice, living within four miles of Union Court
House. Said fellow says he is a blacksmith,
and has a very large scar on his left arm, just
below his elbbw, caused by a burn; lie also
has a large dark spot or mole covered with
hair, on the lower part of the left cheek.
He is about five feet six and 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 he will be dealt with as the law
diects. A. H. BURT. J. E. D.
March 13, 1849 tf S
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
E. W. Bancroft,
R. S. Roberts.
TH E Plaintiff in the abiovo stated case
.havmng this day filed his Declaration in
my Office, and the Defendant having neither
wife nor Attorney knowvn to reside wvithin the
limits of this State, on whom a copy of snid
Declaration with a Rade to Plead can ho ser
veil. On motion of air. Tompkins, Attorney
for Plainitiff; ordered that said Defendant op
pear and plead to said Declaration. within a
yearl and a day from the date hereof or juidg
ment will be awvardetd agninst him by default.
TIIOS. G. BACON, c. E. D.
Clerks Office, 28th April 1849.
inly 2, Jy 15
State of South Carolina.
IN T HE COMMON PLE AS.
Ketmick & Thuayer, uctc.
T lIE Plaintifftin this case. having this day
filed his Declarittion itn my office, and
th~e Defetidant having ,,either wife nor attorney,
krnOwn to reside within the limits of this State
uplont whom a copy o~f thme said Declatation
with a rule to tplead. cotld be served. Ont mo
tionof T. G. Key. Attorney for Plaintiff,-or,
dered that the said Defendant appear and plead
to said Declaration within a year and a day
frm the date hereof, or in default thereof,
judgment wvill hes entered against himi.
T HOS. G. BA CON, c. E. D.
Clerk's Office, Edgefield C. H-, Nov 15, 1848
Nov. 22 ly 44
STATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA.
IN THE COMMON P.,EAS.
Jeffers & Cothran,
T H E Plaintiff in the above case, having on
the 1st day of M~ay last, filed his declara
tiont, On motion of Mr. Yancey, attorney for
Plaintiff. Ordered, that thme said Defendant ap'
pear and plead to the said declaration, within a
year and a day from the date hereof. or judg.
irent will be awarded against him by default.
T HO. G BA CON, Clcrk.
Clerk's Office, 1st June,-1848.
June 7qgly 20
New Boot and Shoe
WHERE Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes
are made in a most superior style of fit
Gentle men wanting cork soled, donble soled,
water proof, walking, dress, patent leather.
and a fine pump soled BOOTS, need but
leave their orders with the stubscriber.
nmarch 1tff 6
iNew Bllackgnmth Shop.
7 1H E Subscriber having procnred the ser
Lvices of IHampton, a Blacksmith well
know n in this commutinity, is prpared to receive
all orders in this line of business.
Shop opposite Dr. Johnson's lot.
E. J. MIMS.
Fehb14 tr A
CAN BE GOT ONLY AT THE
THE GENUINE BALM OF COLUMBIA,
FOR RESTORING THE HAIR.
To the Ladies.
"Long hair is a glory to woman," says Paul,
And all feel the truth of the pious quotation;
Preserve it then, ladies-your glory may fall,
Unless you protect it with this preparation.
If you wish a rich, luxuriant head of hair;
free from Dandruff and Scut ff, do not fail to
procure the genuine Balm of Columbia. In
cases of baldness it will inure than exceed you
Cnution.-Never buy unless you find the
niane of Comstock & Co., on the wrapper of
Longley's Great Indian Panacea.
lst.-For Colds and Feverish feelings pre
2-l-For Asthma, Livet Complaint and Bil
3d-For Diarrhea, Indigestion and Los o
4th-For Costiveness in females and males,
and Nervous complaints.
5th-Fot Stomach affections, Dyspepsia,
Piles. Rheniatism, &c.
The great points are. it is not bad to take,
never gives PAIN and NEVER leaves one
For all these things it is warranted unequall
ed, and all who do not find it so may return the
bottle and get their money. Coinstiock & Co.
Proprietors. 59 Poydras at , New Orleans.
Dr. Larzett's Juno Cordial or Pro
For both male and female-prescribed as an
effectual restorative in cases at debility. iipo.
tency, or barrer.ness, and all irregularities of
nature. It is all that it professes to be, viz:
Nature's grand restorative and remedy for
those in the married state without offspring.
Use Dr. McNair's ACOUSTIC OIL, for
the cure of Dearness. Also. all those disngren
ble nioises like ;he buzzing of irsects, falling of
water, whizzing of steam, which are symp.
toms of appronching deafness. Many persons
who have been denf for ten, fifteen, or twenty
years, and were subject to r ear trumpets,
have, after using one or t, bottles, thorwn
aside their trumpets, being made perfectly
well. It has cured cases of ten. fifteen, and
even thirty years standing of Deafness.
Price $1 per flask.
Conncl's Magical Pain Extractor.
TIE WORLD'S WONDER,-prononnc
ed so by all who have ever used iL Sold in
this place by J. D. CHASE. is a sovereign
remedy for Burns, Scalds. Soro Eyes nnd
Nipples, Eryseplas, Barbors Itch, Cuts,.Erup
tionsofttho Skin, &c.
Hays' Liniment for the Piles,
The woist attack of the Piles are affectually
and permanently cured in a shmt time by .the
use of the genuine Hays' Liniment. Hundreds
of our first citizens throughout the country have
used this Liniment with complete success. It
is warranted to cure the most aggraved case.
Caution,-Never buy it unless ) on find the
name of Comstock & Co., upon the wrapper.
proprietors of the genuine article, or you are
cheated with a counterfeit.
Mother's Relitf-Indian Discovery.
All expecting to become mothers, and anx
ious to avoid the pains, distress and dangers of
childbearing, are earnestly entreated to calin
their fears, allay their nervotsness, and senahe
their way by the use of this most extotordiinry
vegetable production. Those who willcandidly
observe its virtues. must approve of it in their
hearts; every kind and affectionate husbaid
will feel it his most soletmn duty to alleviate the
distress his wife is exposed t,, by n safe and cer
tai method, which is, the use of the Mlother's
Keep Your Feet Dry.
Remember, to preserve heailth, the feet shonld
be kept dry, and that the OIL OF TlANIN
renders leather water proof and duntbles its dam
rnbility. Also used for h arness and Carriage
Comnstock 4' Co.'s Concentrated Fluid
Extract of Sarsaparilla.
For thme cnre of Scrofidla, Chromeq Rhetnma
tism, General Debility, Cuttneouis Diaseases,
Scaly Erttptionis of' the'8Skin. Tretier. Pimtples or
Pusaatnies on the Facte. Liver A teetions, Mtercu
ial and Syphilas Diseases, Biies fromt an im
pure habit of the body, Ulcerations of the
Throat anda Leg, Pamns and Swelling of thme
Bones, and all Diseases arising from an impure
state of thme Blood. Exposure and ImprudenCe
in Life, Excessive Use of Mter.:ury, & c.
ThismSarsaparilla is warratnted positively as
good as any other (that can be made at oneo
dolar) at jtust half the prate of those so much
advertised, uni ns stronig, viz: 50 cents per
bottle, or six bottles f,ni $2 50. Remnember to
ask for Coinstock's Sarsapuilla, and take ino
Dr. Spohn's Sick Hecadachec Remedy.
Why wvill you stiffer with that distressing
complint, when a remedy is at hand that wiill
not fail to cure yon I This remedy will effec
tually de-stroy aeny attack of headache, either
nervous or billions, it has cured cases of
Hlavc you a Cough?
Do not neglect it-thousands have met a
premature death for the watit of attenttion to a
commton Cold. Have sont a Coughi Rev.
Dr. Bartholomew's EXPECTORANT PINK
SYRUP, will most positively give relief, and
save you from that most awfuml disease, Ptil
monary Consumpttion, which usitally sweepi
into the crave hundreds of the young, the old,
the lovely and the gamy.
Comstuck Hfewes' Ne roe and Bone
AND INDIAN VEGETABLE ELlXER
Is warranated to cenre any case of Rheumnatismt,
Gont, Contracted Chords and Muscles, or Stiff
Joints. atregihens Weak Limbs. and enables
those who are crippled to walk again. Use this
article anid be cured, or go without it and suffer
as you please. Certificates of cures by the hun
dreds can be seen at 59 Poydras street, N. 0.,
where this article is sold onily genuine.
Carlton's Ring Bone and Spavin Cure.
For the cure of Ring Bone. Blood Spavin,
Bone Spavin, Wind Galls, Splints, and Curb
on Horses. Also, CA RLTON'S FOUNDER
OINTrMENT, for the cure of Founder, Split
Hoof, Hoof-bound Horses, and Conatraected
Feet. Also, all Wotunds, Biuises in the Flesh,
Galled Banks, Cracked Heels, Scratches, Nick
ings, Dosking, Cuts, Kicks, &e.
All of the above named articles ares sold only
genuine by COM)STOCK & CO., 59 Poydras
street, New Orleans. COMSTOCK & BRO
T H ERS, 69 Second st., St. Louis, and COM..
STOCK & CO., 21 Courtland at., New York,
Proprietors of thme Original and only Genuine
?tMgical Pain Extractor. lia also on hand a
complete assortment of Soaps and Perfumnery,
which will be sold lower than at any other
house in the United States, for cash.
Also for sale by J. D. CH ASE, Apotheca
ries' H all, FEdgefield C. HI. S. C.
Anril2 1619,d 19m 14
The Great Remedy for Ifheumatism, Gout, Pain
in the Side, Hip. Back, Limbs and Joints,
Scrofula, King's Evil, IWhite Swcllings, Hard
Tumors, Stif Joints, and all Fized Pains
Where this Plaster is Applied,
PAIN CANNOT EXIST.
A gentleman in the Souti of Europe and
Pales-ine, in 1830, Iear.l so much said in the
latter place in favorofJEW DAVID'S PLAS
TER. and of the (sn he considered) naitaculuus
cures lie had performifd. that he was induced
to try it on his own person, for a Long and
Liver Affection, the removal of which had been
the chief object of his journey, but which had
resisted the genial and delicious cline.
He accordingly applied a plaster on the right
of his chest where !he pain was seated, another
between the shoulders, and one oyer the region
or the liver. In the mean time he diank freely
of an herb ten of laxative qualities. He soon
found his health improving, and in a few weeks
hi,; cough left him; the sallowness of 1ys skin
disappeared, his pain was removed, and hiis
health became permianently reiterated.
The following is from Mr. Worstel, editor
of the Massillion Gazette, Ohio.
-Gentlemen-During last winter and spring,
I was so tionhled with a pain in breast as to
render no unfit for the duties of my officer
and hearing vonr JEW DAVID'S or HE
BREW PLASTER highly recommended for
similar cases, I was induced to give it a trial. I
had worn a plaster upon msy breast but a short
time, when all pinin left me, and I was enabled
again to engage in the labors of the office. I
would also state, that my sister, residing in
Stenbenville in this State, has received nuch
benefit froin its use.
Yours, truly, J. P. WORSTELL"
Masillon, Nov. 12, 1843.
It has been very beneficial in cases of Weak
ness, such an Pain and Weakness in the stom
ach. WealLimbs, Lameness, Affection -of the
Spine, Female Weakness, &c. No female,
subiect to pain or weakness in the back or
sides, should be without it. Married ladies in
delicate situations. find great relief from con
Stenily wearing this plaster.
The application of the Plaster between the
shoulders has been foiunl a certain remedy for
Colds. Gotnghs, Phthilic and Lung Affections,
in their primary stages. It destroys inflamma
tion by perspiration.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
CAurox.-The Subscribers are the only
Generiil Agents in the Southern States for the
sale of this truly vinable Phaster; and it. order
to prevent purchasers being imposed upon by
a counterfeit article, sold in 'this city and else
where, for the genuine, they invite particular
attention to the followiig marks of the Genuine:
Ist.-The genuine is put iy in smooth, en
gine turned bottomed boxes, not solder-d in.
2d -The genuine has the engraved head of
Jew David on the directions, around the box.
with accompaiymg record of Court to E.
07 SCOVIL & MEAD, Chartres Street,
Wholesale General Agents for the Southern
States, to whom ill orders must be addre-sed.
Sold also; Wholesale and Retail by
JOHN D CIIASE, Apothecaries Hall, Edge
field Conurt House, S. C., ALso, by
HAVILAND & RISLEY, and J. BARNETZ
& CO ,Aigusta, Georgia.
Feb 14. 1849 ly 4
Dr. Roger's Compound Syrup of
Liverwort and Tar.
A SAFE and certain cure for CONSUhP
.iTluN OF THE LUNGS, Spitting of
Blood. Conmths, Colds, Asthma, Pain ini the
Side. Brotnchitis, hloopiog Cough amid all Pul
Extracts from Certificates w hich can be seen
in full by calling upon the Agents:
Mir. A L. Scocill.-Havinmg been aflicted
with a most distressing Conigh, until my Ltugs
became mffected to such a degree that I wias
cortinuially spitting blood; amid beimng tinder
the care of atn able physician, without obitaining
any relief until I pirOenred a bottle of Dr. Rod
ger's Liverwort and Titr, which restored ime to
health in a very shioit time.
Cinicinnati. Nov. 5, 1844.
From the ilon. Jndge Wdlliami Burke. late
P'osmn'ste'r of the city of Cincinnati for tuore
thant twenty yeamrs.
The statemenit of Justice Finch Is entitled to
the fullest confmdence oh'mhe pubtic. I cnn fully
corrohornmie whart lie has said, havinig need the
medicine myself with the most mdecided bemnefit.
' WILL1AM BURKE.
Cincinnati. Au.g. 12, 1845.
A REMNARKAB.E. cUREa OF co~sUmTzoN.
Mr. SeoafL-1 wits taken with a most dis
tressing congh, and my lunigs became so dis
esed that I bled in at shoert time several qnarts.
I was redmieed so low that all of my Iriends,
and eveni my physicians, thouight I must die of
Consumiiptiomi My brother hearing of the
remarkable cures made by Dr. Roger's Liver
wort and Tar, procmured a bottle, and before I
had takemi omne half of it, it seemed to gou to the
very senit of the disease. I raised a large guan
tity of phlegni and matter, and may congh was
stopped as by a charm. And by its use I was
restored to perfect health.
Sworn to and suibscrmbed this 26th Nov., 1847.
H. E. SPaEzE, Mayor of Cincinnati.
[Etract from'a Letter from the Rev. Henry
Mr. A. L. Scovil-As Dr. Rodger's Liver
wort and Tar has been the menns of snatching
my companion from a premature grave! I
feel uuder thme obligation to give my influence
to the circulationi of so valuable a medicine.
Patr'ot, Gallia co-, 0 , Dee, 23,1I846.
[From Dr. Wilson.)
I have been the family physician of Mr.
Wisemnan for the last twelve years; during
that time Mrs. Wisemarn h'as been eniffering
from diseased lungs. Amid fitially all the sytap.
toms of Pulmona.ry Gonsumption appeared.
All thd usmual remedies failed. At this time she
commenced using Dr. Rodger's Liverwort and
Tar. It acted like a charm. In a few daya
she declared herself nearly wall. I have ino
doubt of its virtuies, and would cheerfully re
commend it to persons afflicted with diseased
lungs. H. R. WI LSON, M., D.
Patriot, Gallia counity, Ohio.
BKwARE OF CONTERFEITs.
N. B.-The genuine article is signed, "n"r
drewo Rogers," on the engraved wrapper areunid
(Jt Puic-SI per bottle, or six bottles for
$5. Sold wholesale and retail by
SCOVIL & afIEAD,
I13 Chartres at., N. Orleans.
General Agents for the Southern States.
Also, sold by JOHN D. CHASE. Edgefield
C. H., WAxRDLAW & Dinry, Abbevillo C. II ,
J. B~Aerr & Co., and HAvILAND, Rtsr.EY &
Co., Augusta Gia., and HavtAD, HannarLL
& Co., and P. M. COnEIS, Charleston, South
J3..,,. on 1 6
COMPOUND EX TRAC T
The most extraordinary Medicine in the W
0:-This Extract is put up in quart bogI
it is sit times cheaper, pleasanter, and-wa
ranted superior to any sold. It cures w'
out vomiting, purging, sickening, or debih
ting the Patent.
'I he great beauty and suyeriority of th
Sarsaparilla over all other medicine is, th
while it eradicates disease, it invigorates t
qody. It is one of the very best
SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICININF
Ever known; it not cnly purifies the whoI
system, and strengthens the person, but i
creates new, pure and rich blood ; a powe
possessed by no other me-dicine. And in th'
lies the grand secret of its wonderful su
It has performed within the last fie ye
more than 100,000 cures of severe cases
disease; at least 15,000 were considered
curable. It has saved the lives of more t
5,000 ch.Idren during the paht s'eaisdi.
10,000 Casesof General Debility an"
want of Nervous Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Satsaparilla invigorates
whole system permar.bnaly. To those wk
have lost their muscular energy by the
of medicine or indiscretion committed
youth, or the excessive indulgenee of tl e pa
sions, and brought on a general physical pr
tration of tho nervous system, lassitude, wa
of ambition, fainting sensations, premata
decay and decline, hastening towarde tha
fatal disease. Consumption, can be entire
restored by this pleasant remedy. This Sar
sparilla is far superior to any INVIGORA
TING CORDIAL, as it removes and invigo
rates the system, gives activity to the limbs,
and stzength to the muscular system, in a
most extraordinary degree.
Consumption Cured. -
Cleanses and Strengthens. Consumption can be
cured, Bronchitist, Consumption, Liver com
plaint, Colds, Catarrk, Coughs. Asthma, Spt.
ting of Blood, Soreneis in Ahe chest, Hedi
Flush, Night Sweats, DiIcakJ or Profuse Es.
pectoration, Pain in the Side, &c. has been
and can be cured.
This is only one of more than 4,000 case
of Rhetmatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarua
parilla has cured. The most severe and
chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its
James Cummings, Esq., one of the asi
tants in the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell's Is,
land, is the gentleman spoken of in the folf
Dr. Townsend, Pear Sir: I have suffered
terribly for nine years with the Rheumatism;
considerable of the time I could not eat, s'eep
or walk. I had the utmost distressing pains
and my limbs were terribly swollen. I have
used four bottles of your Sarsapasilla, and
they have done me more than one thousand
dollars worth of good. I am so much bet
ter-indeed, I am entirely relieved. You aA
at liberty to use this for the benefit of the af
flicted, Yours respectfully,
FITS! FITS! FITS!
Dr. Townsend, not having t
parilla in cases of Fita, of cou
mended it, and was our
following from an in
although we co l
in our circulars for case
as she was in very delicat
give her some of your Saisa
very glad we did, for it has not .
her strength, hut she has had no re rifof
the Fits, to our great pluasue and surpriue.
Shte is fast becoming rugged and hearty. for
which ne feet gratful. Yours, respectfully,
JOHN BUTL.ER, Jr.
IFE MA LE M EDiCIN E!
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign
and speedy cure for Incipient Consumption,
Barreness, Prolapsus Uteri, or falling of the
womb, Piles, Leucorrwa, or Whitbs, obstruc
tion or tdifiicult Mienstruration, Incontinence
of Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof,
and for the general prostration of the system,
no matter whether the result of inherent
cause, produced by irregularity, illness or ac-.
cident. Nothing can be more surprising than
its invigorating effects on the human frame.
Persons all weakness and lassitude, front tak
ing it, at once become robust and full of en
ergy under its influence. It immediately
counteracts the nervelessness of the female
frame, which is the great cause of barreness.
It will not be expected of us, in cases of so
delicate a nature, to exhibit certificates of
cuies performed but we can assure the afflic
ted, that hundreds of cases have been report-.
cd to us; thousands of cases where fnmilies
have been without chaildren after using a few
bot tles of this invaluable medicine, have
been blessed with fine, healthy offspring.*
Great Blessing to .Methers and Children.
It is the 'infest and most effectual medicine
for purifying the system, and relieving the
sufferings attendant upon childbirth ever dis
covered. It strengthens both the mother and
child, prevents pain and disease, increases
and enriches the food, and those who have
ueed it, think it is indispensable. It is highly
useful both before and after coninement, as
it prevents diseases attendant upon childbirth.
In Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swelling oif
the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn. Vomit-.
ing, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains,
Henmorarhage. and in regulating the Secre-.
tions and equalizing the circulation it has no
equal. The great beauty of this Miedicine
is, it is always safe, and the moat delicate
use it most successtully.
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Townsend is almost daily receiving or
ders from Physicians in different parts of the
This is to certify that we, the undersigned .
Physicians of the City of Albany, have in
numerous cases prescribed Dr. Townsend's
Sarsaparilla, and believe it to be one of the
most valuable preparatIOns in the market.
H. P. PirLING, M. D.
J1. Wrz~soir, M. D.
R. B. Bar aos, M. D.
P. E. ELxSxmaOar, Mt. D.
Albany, A pril 1, 1847.
Owing to the great success and immense
sale of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a num,
bar of men who were formerly our Agents.
have cemnmenced making Sarsaparilla Ex
tracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Extracts of Yellow
Dock, &c. -They generally put it up in the -
same shape bottles, and some of theas have
stole and copied our advertisements; they ..
are only worthless imitations and should be
For sale in Edgefield at the DatiG. AND
GENEnAr. Svons by G. L. PEN
March 14, 1849 lar 8 A