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..I *F rTE
T HE Undersigned propose publishing in
the Town of Newberry, S. C., a Week
ly Newspaper, bearing the above title'; and -in
thus issuing our Prospectus to the people of
Newberry District, we feel assured. from the
spirit of her citizens, that we will receive a sub
statntial support. We also feel that they are
aware of the advantages to be derived frout
having a Newspaper pubjished in their midst.
Relying in the people of Ncwberry, and the
South generally, for their patronage an sup
port, our exertions will be to makelthe Palladi
tin second to no Heblomadal published in the
South. It will also be our endeavors to make
the Palladium a paper that will at once supply
the Rending wants of the people-to etTect
which, neither expense ot labor will be spared.
No effort on our part will he wantiog to- keep
our readers furnished with coptns statistics of
the Trade and Resources of the South and
West, and keep then informed as to the state
the industrial interests of the country general.
ly. The interests of the South will ever tie
strongly advocated thro.agh on' coluns, wiHO
a strong adherence to all those Democratic
Principles which South Carolina has ever so
The Literatitre. Mercantile and Scientific
Resources of Intelligeice. now nhteady at our
command. are Cully equal t those eijoyed by
any weekly paper at the South, and our en
deavors will ever he to teini and odd largely
to the saeir. While, therefore, we appeal to
the South for the support of the Palladin, as
a paper devoted to Sonthern itterests, our con
stant aim will be to meilt that support.
The Palladium will be printed on a sheet 22
by 32 inches. emtracing twenty four column
oI muatter and will be issued as soon as a suffi
cient nunher olrzbscribers are obtained to
warrant the tidentaking.
Tvnm.-The Palladium will be published
weekly, at two dollars per annum. in advance,
twodollars and Mfiy. cents if paid within six
m.onths, and three dollars after that time and
within the year, and will be conducted tunder
the firm of W Har & H OLL 1.
H. D. WRAY.
H. L. HOLLAND.
07 All letters of busitess "ill. for the pre%
sent, be directed to Frazersvillc P. 0., Abbe
,il!e District, S. C.
New Spring and Summer
Wiljamn U. Crane,
AT HIS OLD STAND IN AUGUSTA.
AS Just received a large and splendid
assortmetnt or Spring and Summer
Goods, among them are
Rich Chandeon and Figured Silks,
New Styles Foulard Silks and Tissues,
Pisin and Figured Satin Striped Derages,
Rich Emb'd Lace Vessites. (new stiles,)
tuslin lattillas and Lace Spencers,
Black Lace Veils, (Emb'd with white,)
French Organdes and Jaconets,
Plain and Figured Lawniis, (some very cheap)
White Chinese Grass Cloth, (new articles
for Ladies Dresses.)
Small Spotted and Figured Swims Dresses.
Plain Changeable and Plaid LinenGing
White Jaconets and Swiss Muslins, (very
A large assortment of Ginghams and Prints,
Parasols, Sunshados, Parasolette and Uni
Black aad Drab Queens Cloth, for Coats,
Mohair Cord, Cashmere Tweeds,
-i Linen Drillings, Striped and Plaid Drillings,
-Litdic.s, Misses and Yoths Cotten Ilose,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Silk Gloves,
The above together with almost every dle.
scription of DRY GOODS. he offers for sale
onithe lowest terms, anid invites his friends and
all others who want to punrchase Goods low to
* call and examine his assortmetnt.
May 9, 1849, 3t 16
STATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA,
B y JOHN I LL, Esq., Ordinary of
Whereas Henj. F. Strom and Samuel
C. Stromt, hiath applied to me for letters
of' adinimsiration, on all and sitngulaur the
goods and chattles, rights and credits of
1-ezekiah Strom, late of the District
These are, therefore, to cite and adimon
isht all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased, to be atnd appear
before tne, at our next Ordinary's Court
for the said Disuict, to be hilden at Edge
field Court Ilouse on the l1th day of
June tnext. to show cause, if any, why
the said administration should not be
Given tinder my hand and seal, this 25th
day of May in the year of our Lord
one thousand' eight hundred attd forty
nine, and in ihe seventy-third year of
JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
May 80 18, 2t 19
State of South Carolina.
IN THEt UUMMION PLEAS.
H. Bontlware for Declaraiwtierttach
Charles Hall. J Assumpsir.
Rich atd Coleman, )Declaration in Attach
Hyratm Kay. ) Assusmpsit.
T HJE Planitiffs mt these cases hatvinig filed
.ttheir derarattions respectively in toy
Otlices and the DefendJants havinig no wife or
attorney knmown to be wvithint this State, on
wtont a copy 'of the declatration with a rule to
plead. could be served. It is ordered, that the
said Defendatnts do severally plead to the de
clarations againist them respcctively, within n'
year and a day fromt, jtudgtment will be award
ed against them,.
T HOS. G. DA CON, Clerk.
Clerik's 00ice,29th, Se pt. 1848.
Oct'4 4tq . 37
1N o tic ce.
T HIE Boatrd of Conmmissiotners of the Poor,
will hintd to service the following~boys and
girls, the boys unitil -thiey arrive at tlm age of
twetnty-one years. anid the girls u'ntil they
arrive at the age ofeighiteeni years or mtarry viz:
Thomtas Story, now seven, years old.
Blentjit Bttsbce, now six years old.
WVesley Plynmail, tiow six years old.
George Fortner, now six years old.
Lucinda Story, tnow fourteen years old.
Huldat Story, now six years old.
Re~becca Plytnil, nowi fourteen years old.
Sardelia Plytmail, now tine yoars old.
Lenora Fortner, now nitne years old.
Edeith Dye, now fourteen years old.
They are sound and hearty childrent, and the
Board of Comiibsionuers, desire to place them
itn charge of personts of good character, t hat
they may be reared in gotod ntorals, anid imduis
trious habits. Persons wishing to receive either
of them will apply at the next meeting of the|
Board, at the Poor Hoause of Edgefield District.
s-n Tundiaytu ar ter the first M..nday itn J-ily nst.
\jr a 1 - eoiwhit il1
New Goode New Goods.
T HE Subscribers are now receiving Ineir
Stock of S PR ING and SUM M E R
G0 0 D S, which were purchased very low
for Cash, and consequently can atid will be sQld
accordingly. Amongst which are the followirlg:
Rich P- de Sou Silks,
Do. Camelian do
Do. Brocade Stripe do
Ex. do. Diagonal Plaid do black,
Rich Plain Black Silks,
Sup. Bik, Plain Col'd and Plaid Bareges,
Di. Plain and Figured Tissnes.
Emub. Brocla Swiss Miuslin Dresces,
Very rich Blk and Col'd Brochn Lawns,
Large lot Printed Lawns from 15 to 20
New style Jaconet and Organdic Nuslins,
Do. do. Silk and Linen Giinghams,
Beautiful lot Summer Ginghams firoin
121 to 25 cents per yard
-Latest Style af Ladies Collars and Cufis,
Union arid Linen Drill from 25 cts to $1,
Freiich, Summer Cassimer and Cloths,
Sup. Fnglish Draps D'Ete fr 75 cts. to $2
New style Pur Dimity, with Fringes to
PIin, Plaid and Stripe Cottonades.
Pillow Case Linen and Apron Checks,
Geo . Nankeens and B. E. Diapers,
Silk and Cotton Umbrellers, Parosols and
Alf styles and prices Tickings fr JO to 20,
Do "6 " " Bleached tnd bro Sheet
ings add Shirtings fromr 4j to 45,
All styles and prices Calicos. fron 15 to 25
All qualities and prices bro and blk Table
All qualities and prices Cotton, Linen-arid
Silk Fringes & Bottois, for L-ilies dressss
Col'd niid White Cot, Silk & Kid -G[oves,
3ldrs.ils and Silk Vestings,
Bicached and erown Cotton Drills,
Marlboro and Shirling Stripes,
Osnaburgs and Factory Stripes and Yartins.
Swiss, Mull, Book, Plaid and Jaconet
Augusta 7-8 and 4 4 brown Shirtings and
Complete assortment of Children and La
Ang qurantity arid qualty of half Hose and
Hosiery, &c. &c.
Which our friends and acquaintances, and
persons visiting Hinburg for the purpose of
buying Goods, are invited to call and take a
look and judge for themselves, as we feel confi
dent they will find it to their interest
JACKSON & KINCHILEY.
Hamburg. March. 1849 2m 9
Spring and Summer
T 11E Subscriber has just received from
New York and Charlestou, a large
and well selected Stocit of
Fashionable Dry Goods,
comprising a complete assortment of Ging
hums. Printed Lawns Brocades, Linen
and Worsted Borages, Black Lawns, Al
pacas, Silks, Laces, Gloves atnd Hosiery,
with a very large assortment of PRINTS
and LINNEN GOODS. Also, a large
lot of Hardward, Crockery, and Glass
Ware, Drugs, Paints, and Oils, Saddlery,
Hats, Bounets, Shoes and Boots, and a
choice lot of GROCERIES.
Havitig a good assortment bf every kin.
and qualiy of Goods usually kept in a
Country Store. I feel confident of pleasing
all who may favor me with a call. My
Stock being much larger than usial at this
Season, I em anxious to reduce it, and
persons wishing to buy at low prices, will
do well inicall before pturchasing elsewhere.
Cash Customers 'shall b~e yd ased.
S. F'.GO ODE.
SApril 18 6t 3
T HIE Undersigned have aissociated them..
.selves for thre purpose ofr transacting a
General Commercial Biusiness. anid take greart
llesure in annronceing to their friends and the
rading community at large, that they are now
receiving arid opening iat their newv Room,
(Bland's Cirrner,) a large arid entirely new
Strck of' Goodims, which have been carefuilly se
ected by both of uts from the latest ttrrivals ini
Charlestorn arnd the Northein Markets.
Our Stock comprises every article usually
ept for thre trade.
We deem it super fiuiots to ennmErate arti
les and to nmake promiises and pledges, as ten
hat we will or will tnt do. LUni confidenit
hat-we can please even the ituost Iistideous,
e most respectfully invite am thorough inspec
ion of our Goods anrd prices. Dererined tin
nerit, we contidently ask- a liberal share at
patroage.W. P. BUTLER,
J. A. BLAND.
Edgefield, March 28, if 10
N EW G OO DS!
T lIE Subscriber has just received his
Spring &. Summer Goods,
Conisting in part of
PRINTED JAC. MUSLINS, SILK AND
LINEN BRIAGES, DOTTED AND.
PL.AIN SWISS MUSLINS, MUS
LN'S GINGIIAM, ENGLISH
& AMERICAN PRINTS,
For Laijies Dresses,,
.luslinm Trimings. Hire
Bonnrets & Birnnet Ribbonis,
.Groceries. Hardware, Crockery,
Shoes, Lreghormn. Panma, Silk and
All of which will be sold very low, arid a lib
ral discount for CASH.
B. C. BRYAN.
March 21 1849. tf 9
Brought to the Jail
0F this District, on the 9th instant, a
..negro man, who says his name is JA R
R ETT, and that he belongs to Mr. Benjamin
Rice, living within four miles of Union Court
ouse. Said fellow says he is a blactksmith,
md has a very large scar on his left arm, just
elow his elbb'v, caused by a burn; Ire also
as a large dark spot or mole covered with
air, on the lower part of the left cheek.
le is abotit five feet six and half inches high,
etween 25 and 28 years of age and light
The owner is requested to come forw ard,
rove prbperty, pay charges and take him
aiay, or he will be dealt with as the law
ltets. A. H. BURT, 3. E. D.
March1, 1849 tf S
New Boot and Shoe
W H ERE Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes
are trade, in a most superior style of fit
Gentlemen wanting cork soled, double soled,
water proof, walking, dress, patent leather.
ad a tine pumip soled BOOTS, need but
eave their orders itih the srubscriber.
CAN BE GOT ONLY AT TIlE
THE GENUINE BA LM OF COLUMBIA,
IOR RESTORING THE HAIR.
To the Ladiel.
"Long hair is a glory to womaI," says Paul,
And all feel the truth of the pious quotation;
.Preserve it then, ladies-your glory nany fall,
Unless you protect it with this preparation.
If vou wish at rich. luxuriant head of hair;
free from Dandruff and ScurlY. do not fail to
procure the gelnine Balm of Columbia. In
cases of bldness it will more than exceed you
Caution.-Never buy unless you find the
name of Cumstock & Co., on the wrapper of
Longley's Great Indian Panacea.
1st.-For Colds and Feverish. feelings pre
2-1-For Asthma, Livet Complaint and Bil
3d-For Diarrhea, Indigestion and LoEs o
4th-For Costiveness in females and males,
and Nervons complaints,
5th-For Stomach affections, Dyspepsia,
Piles, Rhenntism, &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, Constck &. Co.
Proprietors. 59 Poydras at , New Orleans.
Dr. Larzet's Juno Cordial or Pro
For both n-t and fetnale-prescribed as an
effectual restorative in cases of debility, imnpo
tency, or harreryness. 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 offsprmag.
Use Dr. McNair's ACOUSTIC OIL, for
the cure of Deafness. Also, all those disagrea
ble noises like the buzzing of arseets, falling of
water, whizzing of steam, which are symflp.
tois of approach:ng deafness. Many persons
wlo have been deaf for ten, lifteen, or twenty
years, arid were subject to aso ear trumpets,
have, after using one or two hottles, thorw
aside their trumpets, being maade perfectly
well. It has ctred cases of tet, fifteen, atnd
even thirty years standing of Derfness.
Price $1 per flask.
Connel's Magical Pain Extractor.
'I'H E WORLD'S WONDE R,-pronounc
ed so by all who-have ever used it. Sold in
this place by J. D. CHASE, is a sovereign
remedy for Burns, Sculds, Sore Eyes aid
Nipples, Eryseplas. Barbors Itch, Cuts,.Erup
tions of the Skin, &c.
Hays' Liniment for the Piles,
The worst attack of tlie Pilesare atfectually
and permanently cnred in a short time by the
nte ofthe geauine Hays' Liniment. Hundreds
of our first citizens throughout the country have
used this Lintinent with complete suocess. It
is warranted to cure the most aggraved case.
Caution.-Never hny it unless you fiid the
name of Conistock- & Co., upon the wrapper,
proprietors of the gemiine article, or you are
cheated with a counterfeit.
Mother's Relief-Indian Discovery.
All expecting to become motheth. and anx
ions to avoid the pains, distress -'d4+dangers ol
childbearing, are earnestly entreated to caln
their fears, allay their nervonsuesi, and scothe
their way by the use of this most extraordinary
vegetable production. Those who will candidly
observe its virtutes. muist aupprove of it in their
hearts; every kind unid affectionate husband
will feel it his most aolemin duty to alleviate the
distress his wife is explosedi to, by a safe anid cr
tain method, which is, the use of the Mother's
Keep Your .Feet Dry.
Remuember, to preserve health, the feet should
he kept dry, and that the OIL OF TiANIN
renuders leather water proof aid dotubles its diu
rubility. Also used for Harness and Carriage
Comslock &' Co.'s Concent rated Flui$
Extract of Sarsaparilla.
For the enre of Scrofula, Chrcsnic Rihenma
tisma, Genieral Debility. Cutatneurns Diseases,
Scaly Eru ptiins of the Skitn. Tetter. Pimples -or
Puistules on the Face, Liver Alfectione, Mercn.
rial and Syphilas. Diseauses, Diles from an imn,
pure hab it--of the body, Ulcerations of the
Tiharoait and Lg. Pains and Swelling ol the
Bones, and all [Diseatses arising from an impnre
state iiftho Blood. Exposure and hmprudenice
in Iife, Excessive Use of Mecrcury, & c.
This Sarsaparilla is warranted positively as
grood as uany othier (thadt can be miade at onie
dollair) at jutr half the priee of those so much
advertised, andl as stronug, viz: 50 ccnts per
bottle, or six bott les fin $2 50. Remnember to
ask for Comnstock's Saraupatilla, and take no
Dr. Spokn's Sick Ileadachec Remedy.
Why will you suffer with that distressinig
comiphiit, wvhen a remedy is at hand thuat will
lnt fail to eire you I Trhis remedy wtil effec
tually destriiy anty attack of headache, either
nervotus or billiotns. It has cured eases of
twenty years' standing.
Have yjou a Cough?
Do not neglect it-thonsandgave met a
prematture death for the want of attetition to a
connanon Cold. Havo 30on a ConaghI Rev.
Dr. IUnrtholomnew's EXPECTORANT PINK
SYRUP, will most positively give relief, and
save you from that most awful disease, Piul.
monary Constumption, which usually sweeps
into thme crave hudreds of the young, the old,
the lovely mind the gay.
Comstock^ Hemes' Nerve and Bone
AND INDIAN VEGETABLE ELIXER
Is warranted to entre any case of Rheunmatismn,
Gout, Conatracted.Chords and Muscles, or Stiff
Joinits. striegthens Weak Limbs, and enables
those who are crippled to walk again. Use this
article atnd be cured, or go without it and suffer
as you please. Certificates of cures by the hun
dreds enni be seen at 59 Poydras street, N. 0.,
where this article is sold ontly genuine.
Carlton's Ring Bone and Spavin Cure.
For thme ceire of Ring Bone, Blood Spavin,
Bonie Spavin, Winad Galls, Splints, and- Curb
1)n Horses. Also, CARLTON'S FOUNDER
OINTM ENT, for the cnre of Founder, Split
Hoof, Ilool-bouind Horses, and Contracted
Feet. Also, all Wimnitds, B'ises ini the Flesh,
Galled IUeks, Cracked Heel., Scratches, Nick
ings, Docking, Cuts, Kicks?'&e.
All of the abto named articles are sold only
geniane by COMlSTOCK & C0., 59 Poydlras
street, New Orleans. COM STOCK & BRO
T HE RS, 69 Second at., St. Lotuis, and COMf.
STOCK & C0., 21 Courtland at., New York,
Proprietrs of the Originatl and only Gentume
M~gical Pain Extractor. Has also on hand a
complete aarairtmuent of Soaps and Perfumery,
which will he sold lower than at anmy other
house in the United Stales, for r.nsh.
Also for sniea by .J. D. CH ASE, Ajpotheca
rie,' Hsll, F~dgefie'ld C. H. S. C.
aF ...5 93 1f% lo,,, 1d
T HE Subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public at large, that
he still has charge of the above Hotel, and
takes this rmethod to inform one and all, that
in consideration of the hard times, he has
reduced his terms ofBoa'ig, to the follow
Ing reduced rates, for Cash only.
RATES OF BOARDING.
Man and horae per day, $1 25
Man per day, 75
Fot Breakfast, Dinner, Supper,
or Lodging, single, each 26
Horse per day,
Single Feed, 25
The Subscriber returns his thanks to the
community at large, for past favorb and so.
icits a share of the same.
Feb. 21 . If 5
HASTING'8 COMPOUND SYRUP OF
OT only a pcritive but a warranted cure
for consumption and all diseases of the
longs. This medicine has decided the dispute
about the cuiability of consumption, and satis
fied the medical faculty and all who have used
it, that consumption and all affections of the
longs can not only be cured, but they are as ea
sily tid simply cured, as almost any of the dis.
orders to which the human frame is liable.
The operation of a single bottle, which costs
$1, ii stlipient to satisfy any patient-if not al
together too far gone with the disese-of this
fact; and even a single dose gives.evidence of
its extraordinary influence in arrestingiatid
eradicating the malady by the i.nmediate relief
which it ntiords. This is no quack or secret
remedy. Dr. Hastings, its discoverer, is one of
the most eminent physicians of the age, and
jas made a full disclosure of its history, and all
Is component parts to the world., not wishing
to incur the responsibility of confluhing to. him-.
self, for the sakeof piofit, a secret which was
calculated to do such universal good. And
such has been the wonderful result of its ope.
rations, thal the London Lan'et, Medical
Times, and the moat eminent physicians of both
hemispheres, are anxiously calling upon suffer
ers to have immediate recourse to it, and pto.
claiming that of all known medicine, it alone
has positively established its efficacy by unde
niable proofs of curing consumption and all oth
er diseases of the lungs.
For sale at the ~Apothecary Hall by
J. D. CHASE.
Price $1 per bottle.
December 6 1846 12m 46
State of South Carolina.
Adam Eigleberger, and
wife, and others, Bill for
George Long, and others.
IT appearing to my satisfaction that
Zachariah Wooley and Elizabeth, his
wife, two of the defendants, in this case,
reside beyond. the limits of this Slate. On
motion of Mr. Griffin, Plantiff's Solicitor :
Ordered that the said Zacharialt Wooley,
and wife, do appear and plead, answer or
dentur tN this bill, within three months
from this date, or that the said bill be
takeu W confesso against them.
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E. D.
May 15 , 3m 17
State 6f South Carolina,
IN TIlE COURT OF ORDINARY.
[lnmphiries loulware. Gntar'd of
Francis Rich~ard.un, Minor, Ap'L
Jas. M. Richard or & J. S. Guinm ittont
ard, Exect'rs of the lost Will and I cout
Testament of David Richardson. I
IT'1 appearing to my satisfaction that William
T1. Minter and wife, Samiuel Hill and Da
vid R. Bell. Legatees tunder the Will of the
saH~ David Richardson, Deceased, live beyond
the limits of this State. It is therefore ordered
that they do appear before me in my Office at
Edgefleld Coturt flouse on Monday the Thir
teenthi day of Angusat next, to show cauise if
any why the Accounts of the said Jarmes MI.
R ichaerdson and Jpmea S. Guinard, Executtors
afordsaid. shonld not be accepted and a final
settlemient and Decree made iipoti said Est'ite.
Given uinder my hand at my Office the 4th of
JOH N HILL, o. j. D.
May 9, 3ta 16
State of South Carolina.
IN'IIE COMAION PLEAS.
Kemtick & Thayer,
T H E Plaintiff in this case, having this day
filed his. Declaration in my offce, and
the Defetidant having neither wife ntor attorney,
known to reside syithin the limits of this -tate
upon whom a copy of the said Dee! ...ton
with it rule to plead, could be served. On mo
tion uof T. G. Key. Attorney for Plaintiff,-or.
dered that the said Defendant appear and plead
to said Declaration within a year and a day
fromn the date hereof, or in default thereof,
judgment will be entered against him.
T HOS. G. BA CO N, c. z. a.
Clerk's Office, Edgefield C. H.,Nov 15, 1848
Nov. 22 ly 44
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
E. WV. Bancroft,
U H E Plaintiff' in the abova stated case
..having this day filed his Declaration in
my Office. and the Defendant having neither
wife nor Attorney known to reside within the
limits of this State, on whom a copy of said
Declaration with a Rule to Plead can be ser
ved. On motion of Mr. Tompkins. Attorney
for PlaitiT; ordered that said Defendant ap
pear and plead to said Declaration, within a
year and a day from the date hereof or jutdg
meint will be awarded against him by default.
THOS. G. BA CON, c. s. a.
Clerks Office, 28th April 1849.
May 2, ly 15
STATE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA.
IN-THE COMMON PLEAS.
Jeffers & Cothran,
T 'H E Plaintiff in the above case, having on
.3.the 1st day of May last, fied his declara
tion, On motion of Mr. Yancey, attorney for
Plaintiff, Ordered, that the said Defendant ap
pear and plead to the said declaration, within a
year and a day from the dat'e hereof, or judg.
meat will be awarded against him by delault.
THO. G BACON, Clerk.
Clerk's Office, 1st June, 1848.
The Great.Remedyfor Rheumatism, Gout, Pain
in the Side, Hip, Back, Limbs and Joints,
Scrofula, King's Evil, IW/site SteaUings, Hard
Tumors, stif Joints, and all Fixed Pains
Where tists Plaster is Applied,
PAIN CANNOT tXIST.
A gentleman in the South of Europe and
Palesine, in 1830, heard so mnch said in the
latter place in favor of JEW DAVID'S PLAS
TER, and of the (as be considered) miraculous
cures he had performed, that lie 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, lint which had
resisted the genial and delicious clime.
He accordimgly applied a plaster on the right
of his chest where the pain was seated, another
between the shoulders, mud one oyer the region
of the liver. In the mean time he diank freely
of an herb tea or laxative qualities. He soon
famid his health improving, and in a few weeks
his cough left hint; the sallowness of his skin
disappe'ared, his pain was removed, and his
health became permaiently reiterated.
The following is from Mr. Worstel, editor
of the Massillion Gazette, Ohio.
"Genlemen-During lost winter and spring,
I was so ioubled with a pain in breast as to
reader me unfit for the duties of my office:
and hearing you JEW DAVID'S or HE
BREW PLASTER highly recomamended for
similar cases, I was induced to give it a trial. I
had wornt a plaster upon my breast but a short
time, when all pain left me, and I was enabled
again' to engage in the labors of the office. 1
would also, state, that my sister, residing in
Steubenville in this State, has received mauch
benefit from its use.
Yours, truly, J. P. WORSTELI'
Masillon, Nov. 12, 1843.
It has been very beneficial in cases of Weak
ness, stch as Pain and Weakness in the stom
ach, Weak Limbs. Latneness. Affectionm o! the
Spine, Female Weakness, &c. No female,
subject to pain or weakness in the lack or
sides, should be without it. Married ladies in
delicate situations, find great relief .from con
stantly wearing this plaster. -
The application of the Plast6r between.the
shoulders has been found a certain reimedy for
Colds, Coughs, Phthiic and Lung Affections,
in their primary stages. It destroys inflamma
tion by perspiration.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
CAUrion.-The Subscribers are the only
General Agents in the Southern States (1r the
sale of this truly valuable Plaster; and ii. 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 following marks of the Genuimne:
Jst.-The genuine is put up in smooth, en
gine turned bottotned boxeq, not soldered in.
2d -The genuine has the engraved head of
Jew David on the directions, around the box,
with accompanying record of Court to E.
07 SCOVIL & MEAD, Chartres Street,
Wholesale General Agents for the 'Sntmhern
States, to whom all orders must be addreessed.
Sold also; Wholesale and Retail by
JOHN D CHASE, Apothecaries Hall, Edge.
field Cou&'HouseS. C... ArO, by.
HAVILAND & RISLEY, and J. BARNETT
& CO., Augusta, Georgia.
Feb 14.1849 ly 4
Dr. Roger's Compound Syrup of
Liverwort *and Tar.
ASAFE and certain citre for CONSUMP
TiON OF TH E LUNGS, Spiujig ot
Blood, Conghs, Colds, Asthma, Pan in the
ide, Bronchitis, iHooping Cough arid all Pul
Extracts froni Ce'rtificates which. can he seen
in full by calling upon the Agents:
Mr. A L. Scovill.-Having been afflicted
with a mostdistressing Conght, untilumy Luniga
became affected to such a degree that I was
continually spitting blood; anid .beinag under
the care of sit .ble physiciain, without obtaining
any relief unutil I proctured a bottle of Dr. Rod
ger's Liverwort and Tar, which restored me to
halth in a very shaoit time.
Cincinnati. Nov. 5, 1844. -'
From thme Hn. Judge Wiliam .Burke, late
Posasiter of tihe city of Cincinnati for more
than. twenty years.
The statement of Justice Finch is entitled to
the fullest confidence of the public. I can fully
corriborate \vhat he has said, having tised the
medicine myself with the most decided benefit.
Cincinnati, Atug. 12, 1845.
A REMtARKAar.E cURa OF coNsUMtPTioN.
Mr. Scoa~l-I was taken with a most die
tressin: coaanh, and mny lungs became so dis
eased that [ bled in a short time several qnarts.
I was reduced so low thait all of nay friends,
and event my physicians, thought I must die of
Cosuimption! My brother hearing of thme,
remarkable cures made by Dr. Roger's Liver
wort and Tar, procured a bottle, and before I
had takent one half of it, it seemed to go to the
very seat of the disease. I raised a large qu'aun
tity of philegm and matter, and amy cough was
stopped as by a charm. And by its use I was
restored to perfect hiealth.
Sworn to and subscribed this 26th Nov., 1847.
H. E. SrszucER, Mayor of Cincinnati.
[Extract from a Letter from the Rev. Henry
Mr. A. L. Scovill-As Dr. Rod ger's Liver
wort and Tar has been the meansa of;snatching
my companion from a premature grave! I
feel nuder the obligation to give my influtence
to the circulation of so valuabale a medicine.
Patriot, Gallia co-, 0 , Dec. 23, 1846.
[Front Dr. Wilson.)
I have been the family physician of Mr.
Wiseman for the bust twelve years; drurig
that time Mrs. Wiseman has been suffering
from diseased lungs. Antd finually all the symp
toms of Pulmonary Consnanption appeared.
All thme usual remedies failed. At this time shte
commenced using Dr. Rodger's Liverwort and
Tar. It acted like a charm. In a few days
she declared herself nearly well. I have ito
doubt of its virtues, and would cheerfully re
commetid it to persons afflicted with diseased
lunge. H. R. WILSON, MI. D.
Patriot, Gallia counaty, Ohio.
BEWARE OF CONuTERFEIrS.
N. B.-The genuine article is signed, "Ax
dreo Rogers," oat the engraved wrapper aromnd
0 P'Rc-$l per bottle, or six bottles for
$5. Sold wholesale and retail by
SCOVEL & si EAD,
113 Chiartres at., N. Orleans.
'General Agents for the Southern States.
Also, sold by JOHN D. CH ASE. Edgefield
C. H., WAnr.LAw & DEmuDY, Abbeville C. H ,
J.BnET& Co., and IIAvIt.AND, RtT.E &~c
Co., Augnsta Gia., and HIAvI.AND. HIAiat
& Co., and P. M. ConzEN, Charleston, South
Feb.28 ly 6
COMPOUND EX TRACT OF.
The melt eraordinary Medicine in the IVr
03-This Extract is put up in quart bottles;
it is six times cheaper, pleasanter, and war.
ranted superior to any sold. 'It cures with..
out vomiting, purging, sickening, or debihta'
ting the Patent.
' he great beauty and superiority of this
Sarsaparilla over all other medicine is, tha'
while it eradicates disease, it invigorates the
qody. It is one of the very beat
SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICININF.S
Ever known; it not enly purifies the whole
system, and strengthens the person, but it
creates new, pure and rich blood ; a powei
possessed by no other medicine. And in this
lies the grand secret of its wonderful success.
It has performed' within the last five years1
more than 100,000 cures of severe cases o
disease; at least 15,000 were considered in:.
curable. It has saved the lives of more-thaA
5,000 children during the past season.
10,000 Casesof General Debility ua
want of Nerve.n Energy.
Dr. Townsend's Saisaparilla invigorates thi
whole system permanently. To those whd
have lost their muscular energy by the is
of medicine or indiscretion committed it
youth, or the excessive indulgenee of the pas.
sions, and brought on a general physical pros,
tration of tho nervous system, lassitude, want
of ambition, fainting sensations, prematurd
decay and decline, hastening towards that
fatal disease. Congumption, can be entirely
restored by this pleasant remedy. This Sar
saparilla is far superior to any INVIGOlA:
TING CORDIAL, as it removes and invigo
rates the system, gives activity to the limbsi
and atrength to the muscular system, in a
most extraordinary degree.
Cleanses and Strengthens. Consumption can be
cured, Bronchitist, Consumption. Liver com
plaint, Colds, Catarrh, Coughs. Asthma, Spat.
jing of Blood, Soreness in the chest, Hectic
Flush, Night Stceats, Diflcult or Profuse Ez
pectoration, Pain in ihe Side, &c. have been
and tan be cured.
This is only one of more than 4,000 cases
of Rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sars.
parilla has cured. The most severe and
chronic cases are weekly eradicated 'by its
James Cummings, Esq., one of the assis)
tants in the Lunatic Asylum, B)ackwell's iso
land, is the gentleman spoken of in the folj
-Dr. Townsend,- Dear Sir: I have suffered
terribly for nine years with the Rheumati'm;
qonsiderable of the time I could not- eat, s!ee p
or walk. I. had the utmost distressing pains
and my limbs were ierribly swollen. I have
used four bottles of your $araaparillaand
they have done me more than one thousai
dollars worth of good.. :
ter-indeed,'I am endr
at liberty to use this:
parillit in cas
girl seven yeas
rythinrt for .
in our circulas
as she was-in
give her some
very glad we did,
her strength, but e '
the Fits, to our greatp,
She is fast becoming rug
which we feet gratlul.Yo ree
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign
and speedy cure for Incipient Consumption,
Barreness, Prolapsus Uteri,.or falling of the
womb, Piles, Leucorrcna, or Whites, obstruc
tion Qr difficult Menstruration, Incontinence
of Urine, or involuntary discharge thereof,
and for the general prostration of the system;
no matter whether the result of inh'erent
cause, produced hy irregularity, illness or ac,~
cident. Nothing can be more surprising than
its invigorating effects on the human frame.
Persons all weakness and lassitude, from tak
ing it, at once become robust and full of en
ergy under its influence. It immediately
counteracte 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
cures ~irformed but we can assure the afflic
ted, that hundreds of cases have been report,
cd to us; thousands of cases where families
have been without children after using a few
bottles of this invaluable medicine. haye
been blessed with fine, healthy olisprmng. -
Great Blessing to .1Mulers and Chidre
It is the aafest and most effectual medie'
for purifying .the system, and relieving a
sufferings attendant upon childbirth ever'*
covered It strengthens both the mother'd
child, prevents pain arnd disease, incres
and enriches the food, and those who've *
used it, think it is indispensable. lt is."1)
useful both before and after con6nenm, as.
it prevents diseases attendant upon ch''rhh.
Ini Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swag.*1
the Feet, Despondency, Heartbur omt.,
ing, Pain ini the Back and Loins, F arns,
Hentorarhage, and in regulating eeore
tions and eqtualizing the circulatio e no
equal. The great beauty of~ th ien
is, it is always safe, and the :
use it most successtully.
OPINIONS OFPH I *
Dr. Townsend is almost da~ing QJo
dern from Physicians in differ
Union. ' undersignedi
This is to certify that we,N
Physicians of the City of Tonyhaen
numerous case preserbe, onenf t
Sarsaparilla, and believe he*o ta'ret
most valuable preparatlorMe makt
H. P. PttrL. *
J. WVsr..uoz *
P. E. ELoR, M. D.
Albany, A pril 1, 184
Owing to the grea.:s a i m
sale of Dr. Townsea raprilla, anm
her of men who we merly our Agents1
have ommeced g Sarsaparilla Er
travecc,-Encrd BaExtracts of Yellow
tracts, E&c.rs Talg ly put it up in the A
Docm, &ea e d some of theal have
sam .hp h~dvertisement;te
stole and copiedations and shou;dtbe
are only worthsoudb
avoided-. dld at the DIUa. AN3s
For sale in Iy G. L;'92NJ',
Gzraat.I ST ly 8 Agent.