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Drug, Medicine, 4
G. L. PENI
W OULD inform his custom
he has made tirraingemer
Charleston and at the North, t
for Cash, so that customers may
and jenuine Drugs, Medicins, j
ceries, Confectionary. and in fact pretty mui
eiue and Grocery Store, at the lowest marl
inspection of experienced Physicians. and ni
Just received a fresh supply Quinine, E 4
key Opium, Sal Soda. Lobelia, E ppings, .
of the best known remedies for worms, nod
department-alto, fresh RICE, RAIS!.
CA NDIES. A. -A
For sole on commission 9.000 lbs. prime
May 16 1849
T H E Subscriber has just received his
Spring & Summer Goods,
Consisting t part of
PRINTED JAC. MUSI.INS. SILK AND
LINEN BRAGES, )OTTEL) AND
PLAIN SWISS MUASLINS. AlUS
LINS GINGHAM. ENGLISH
& AMERICAN PINTS.
For Ladies Dresses,
A Muslin Triuings. Fino
Bonnets & Bnniet Rilibons.
Groceries. Hardware, Crockery,
Shoes, Leghorn. Paiina. Silk and
All or which will be sold very low, and a lib
eral discount for GASH.
B. C. BRYAN.
March 211849, ti 9
T HE Undersigned have associated them..
selves for the purpose of transacting a
General Comtercial Business, and take great
pleasure in announcing ti their friends and the
trading community at large, that they are now
receiving and opening at their new Room,
(Bland's Corner,) a large and entirely new
Stock of Goods, which have been carefully se
lected by both of us fron the latest arrivals in
Charleston and the Northeut' Markets.
Our Stock comprises every article usually
kept for the trade.
We deem it superfinus to enumerate arti
cles and to make promises and pledges, as to
what we will or will not do. BnE confident
that we can please'even the most fastideous,
we most respectfully invite a thorough inspec
tion of our Goods and prices. Determined to
merit, we confidently ask a liberal share of
W. P. BUTLER,
J. A. BLAND.
Edgelleld, March 28, if 10
THE Board of Commissioners of the Poor,
Twill bind to service the following boys and
girls, the boys until they arrive at the age of
twenty-one years. anl the girls iintil they
arrive at the age ofeighteeii years or marry viz:
Thomas Story, inow seV1 years old.
Benijamin Busbee. n,,w six years oIl.
.Veslev Plymanil, now six-. ears old.
S- uGeorge Fortner, now six years 4l1.
icinla Story. now (riro.en years old.
Hi.uda Story, now six yoars old.
ebecca Pivinail. n%w imrteen yirms old.
Itidelia Plymail. now nime 'eairs ld.
horstForter, on% onie year.. .ld
eiti.Dye, now fourteen ye.'- l.
'y are sound and lear:v rh0i - n.a l the
% of Conmmissionters. deir.. pa., ii.olln
arge of persons of -o-iml .'r I hat
- may he reared ini go':u a nr.:'-, andi in ha
- -us ha'bits. PeLrson: ishiin~ t reerv itheir
phem will apply amt the next moeetne of the
-u'trd, at the Poor H-ouse of Edgeield i)'triet,.
SV-on Tuesday after the first Monday int Jualy next.
* April 11 eow3m 11
y HE undersigned have associated themn
3.selves for thr purpose oif transacting tihe
DRUG BUSINESS, and take grealt pleastie
in annoulncing to the Phmysiciains atnd comtmuni
ty at large,. that they are noaw receiving anid
.opening at their new room, next door to)
Messrs. Bland & Buttler, a large stock oif Ornys
whbich have been carefully selecmed byv one of;
tile firm in the Nurthlern Maikets. Our stock
comprises every article usually kept in thle
We can and will sell as low as the sang are
ticle can be obtained ill Hamburg or Augusta
-TERMs-On six Months time, five per cent
discount fur Cash.
E. BLAND, M. D.
E. F. TIEAGUE, M. D.
A G. TEAGUE, M. D.
Edgefield C. HI. May 9, tf 16
State of South Carolina.
IN THE VUMNON PLEA.S.
C. II. oodmran, Declaralwt n Autach
Charles' H all.J supa.
Richard Coleman, Declaration in Attach
. vs ment11.
Hyranm Kay. ). Assrumpsir.
SH E Plantifr it theCse cases, having filed
their decltarationls respeenivoty mt moy
Oflic,ssnid the DeL'n hants hanvinlg no wife or
attorney knlown to be wvithmi this State. On
whom a copy of tha dlechlrainn wnht a rule to
plead, could he served I: is erlered, thatt the
said Defendants do ivaany ph'ad I. il the .di
- . clarationa against thm respectivelyV. withmil a;
year and a uday fromi judigmen~lt will be award
ed agaitnst them.
Trils. C. BuCON. Clerk.
Cletk's Office, 29th. Se p3 Md
- Oct 4 4 q
All Arts I doth understanld.
T H E Sutaaeriber at the sign of the Gol
..dena Sioe. has opened near the Spaanc
Hotel the busmtess of lilack & Gunsmiting, mt
all its branches. In shoeing hoirses and im all oth
er work of his tradle, lhe warranlts to give full
Gunumithing is done in all c-tses for cash.
M!ay 9, tf 16
Corn for Saic.
TE H E Subscriber offers for sale at his resi
.. dence 3 miles North WVest of this Village,
1,000 BUSHELS of CORN.
. . -h. HOLLINGSWORTHI.
Ma... 3Ion , ir 18
V General Store.
ers and the public generally, that
its with exiperierrd Agents in
u purchase his supplies entirely
rely on being supplhed with fresh
Uerfumery, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuff. ro
:h every article usnally found in a Medi
et prices, his Medicins will be under the
, article will be oa'ered for sale that is not
glish Calomrl. best Blue Pill Mass. Tur
iarsaparilla. Fahnestocks Vermifuge, one
various articles in the Medicine aind Drug
VS. ALMONDS, FIGS, PRUNES,
BACON & LARD.
Brought to the Jail
O F this District, a Molatto man who
says his name is WILLIAM, and
rhat he runaway from Mr. Abram Lewry
living on.Ducan's creek. Lanwrens District,
S. C. to w% horn lie was hired. but that he
belgngs to Mr. Robert Marrm, living 13
miles above Newberry Court House, S. C.
Said fellow is about ive feet. six inches
high-he is between 21 and 22 years o
nge and of light con plexion. He has sev
eral scars on his forehead and neck, the
miost of which he says was caused by fall'
ing off of horses; he also has a scar o
his upper lip. -
Tne owner is reqested'to come forward
prove property. pay charges and take
him away, or he will be dealt with as thi
A. H. BURT, : E. iE.
June 5 1849, tf 20
Brought to the Jail
O F this District, on the 9th instant,
negro man, who says his name is JAR
IiETT, and that h6 belongs to Mr. Benjamir
Rice, living within four miles of Union Cour
House. Said fellow cays ie is a blacksmith
and has a very large scar on his left armjus
below his elbbw, caused by a burn; he also
has a large dark spot or molo 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 ligh
The owner is requested to come forward
prove property, pay charges and take hin
away, or he will be dealt with as the las
directs. A. H. BURT, s. x. D.
March 13, 1849 f S
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Humphries Boulware. Guar'd of
Francis Richardson, Minor, Ap't
Jra. M.ichatdsn & J. S. tin itation
ard. Exect'rs of th0 lost Will and nd'
Testamnent of David Richardson,
IT appearing tn my satisfaction that Willini
T. Minter and wife, Samnel Hill and Da
vid R. De'l. Legntees under the Will of tht
sail David Rlichardson, Deceased. live beyon
the limits of this State. It is therefore ordered
that they do appear before me in my Office n
Erdtetield Court flouse on Monday the Thir
teenth daty 1.1' Ananwit next. to show can.e i
:my why rie Avccunts of the said James 31
licicarlnrri aid Jamies S. Guinard, Executor:
aa.rrmid. .honiil tot be accepted and ra fina
.erromr t md D~ece tmirde uponi saidl Estate
Giveni nrder tmy hand at miy Office tire 4th o
JO HN H ILL, a. x. a.
M ay 9. 3m 16.
State of South Carolina.
IN TUlE COMMON PLE AS.
Kcemick & Thtayer,
T1liE Plaintiff in this case, having this dar
fited his Declratiorn in iry irffice, ar
tihe Defetnant hanving initier wife nornattorney
known to residc w..ithin thc limrits of thIis Stat
up1onr whomti a copry of te said Declatattor
with nr rurle to pilend. coruld he served. Ott mn
tiitin rifT. G. Key. Atrntey for Phlaintiff,-rrr,
dered that thnr said Deferndaint appear arnd plead
to said Deciarrition within a yearr arid a day
from the date herreof, or ini defhuult thereof
judgmrent will b~e entered agairnst him.
TIiOS. t. BACON, c. v.. n.
Clerk's Office, Edgefiel C.11-', Nov 15, 1846
Nov. 22 ly 44
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA.
IN COMMON P'LEAS.
E. WV. Piancroft,
R. S. lrobertut.
T5 lIE Plainitiff in thre above stated case
hAlavmg this day filed his Declaration in
rmy Ofiice, arid thre Defenrdant hirvinig ocithrer
wife utor Attrney kunowrn tro reside withrin thne
limits orf thne State, on whronm a cuopy of said
Declaration with ia flut to Plcad cart he ser
veil. On moution of M r. Tomrpkim,,. A ttornevy
fo'r Plaintiff; ordrere'd thrat said Defenrdartt rap
Ipenr anrd plend to said Declaratiron, within a
yer arid a day frrom the darte hereorf or jrndg.
mietit will be awarderi nmtinst hinm hy defriult.
TH-Os. G. BACON, c. E. D.
Clerks Office, 2dth A pril 1849.
Many 2, Jy 15
State of South Carolina.
Adnenm Eiglberger, arnd
ifeii, atnd othters, l Bill /or
Veorge~u Long, and others.J
T .!.yr--rriitt to mnyeatiinetion) that
Z onrinht~ Wiroley arid E rizabeth, his
.u ie. twro of thre rdef-nidants, in this case,
eside beyndu the limits of this State. On
natiotn of Mr. Griflirt Plantifl's Solicitor:
Drrdered that tire saidi Zachrariarh WVooley,
ttd wife, do app~ear arid plead, anftver or
iemrur to this bill, within three tmonths
Firmn tis date, or that the said bill be
aken pro confesso agaiinist them.
May 1- 3 mn 17
POSITIVELY TH E LAST CALL.
A LL persons indebted to the late firms of
DUN BAR & BURNSIDE, either by
tote or uopen account, ate regnested to call
irnd tmake payrtenrt on or before tire 1st day of
Atngt next; alter that period they wvill finid all
elaimis dune uts, in the hands of' proper officers
for collect ion, without discriminatin.
DUJNBAR & BURNSIDE.
Ihamburg, May 22, Ot 19
DRUGS & 3
WIAOUeALA ANYD I
. R E constantly receiving
dCition, to their large ati
AMERICAN, FRENCH &
DRUGS and MEDICINES
Ila pure and of approved manu
They offer also, PAINTS,
GLASSWARE, BAR SOA
CY NOTE PAPER, LE1
OPES forsane. INK of all t
and HAIR BRUSH ES. SURGICAL IN
LANEOUS ARTICLES, comprising a
The attention of Physicians and Planter
supplies can be furnished at AUGUSTA
discount (dr cash, and in buch quantitics as
The importance of these advantages r
Mat ket. incuring breakage and delay incid
PLANTERS will do well to call and see
Edgefield C. Il. S. C. May 30th 1849
T HHE Subscriber respectfully informs his
friends and the public at large, that
be still ha's charge of the above Hotel, and
takes this method to inform one and all, that
in consideration of the hard. imes, e has
reduced his terms of Boardink to the follow
Ing reduced rates, for Cash only.
RATES OF BOARDING.
Man and horse per day, $1 25
N] an per day, '.5
For Breakfast. Dinner, Suppdr,
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 tf 5
Dr. Roger's Compound Syrup o
Liverwort and Tar.
A SAFE and certain cure lor CONSUMP.
TIUN OF THE LUNGS, iSpitting ol
Blood. Comtuhs, Colds, Asita, Pain in the
Side, Bronchitis, ilooping Cuntgh and all Pul
Extracts front Certificates which can be seer
in full by calling upon the Agents:
Mr. A L. Scovil.-Having been afiicted
with a most distressing Congh. until my Lungs
became affected to such a degree that I was
ebtntinilly spitting blood; and being undet
the care of atn able physician, withou t-ohtaining
any relief until I procnred a bottle of Dr. Rod
ger's Liverwort and Tar, which restored me tc
health in a very shoit time.
Cincinnati. Nov. 5. 1844.
From the lion. Jtudge William Burke, late
Postmaister of the city of Cincinnati for more
thati twenty years.
The statement of Justice Finch is entitled tc
the fullest confidence of the public. I can fill
corroborate what he has said, having used the
I medicine myself with the tnost decided benefit.
' VILLIAM BURKE.
Cincinnati. Aug. 12. 1845. --
A REMIAREABaE CURt or COWsUMPTION.
Mr. Scoval-1 was taken with a most dis.
treqsmng congh. andI my lings became so dis.
eased that I bled in ar short time several qnarts,
I was redneed so low that all of my triends,
and even my physicians. thought I must die of
Constutmption: Mly brothuer hearing of the
remairkable cures made by Dr. Roger's Liver
wort and Tar, pruicnred a bottle, and before I
had taken one hailf of it, it sented to go to the
very seat of the disease. I raised a large quan.
tity of phlegm atnd tmatter, rtad toy cough was
stopped as by a charm. Anad by its use I was
restored to perfect health. -
Swurn to and subscrubed thtis26th Nov., 1847.
H. E. S-PE~c~r, Mayor of Cinicinnati.
[Extract from a Letter fromu the Rev. Henry
Mr. A . L. Scorilu-As Dr. Rodger's Liver
wort atnd Tnir has been the means of snatching
my coinpanion fronm a premature grave! I
feel under thme obigattiont to give amy influence
to the circulation of so valtuable a medicine.
-Patriot, Galhin co-, 0 , Dec. 2.3, 1846.
[Fromn Dr: Wilson.]
I have b~een the fumtihy physician of Mr.
Wisemnan for the last twclve years; dnring
that time Sms. WViseman, l:as been ettering
from diseased lungs. Atnd finnlly alt thme symp
toins of Puilmonmary Gonsumption apipeared.
All the usual remedies fitiled. At this time she
commenced uisinig Dr. Itodger's Liverwort and
Tar. It acted like a charm. In a few days
she declared herself nearly well. I have ino
doubt of its virtues, and would cheerfully re
coummend it to persons afflicted with diseased
lungs. H. Rt. WI LSON, Ml. D.
Patriot, Gallia counity, Ohio.
BF.wARE OF CONT.RFEITP.
N. B.-The genuine article is signed, "An
drew Rogers," on the engraved wrapper around
O)f P'a--$1 per bottle, or six bottles for
$. Sold whlesale and metail by
SCOVlL & MEAD,
113 Chiartres st., N. Orleans.
Generarl Agente for the Southern States.
Also,.sold by JOHN D). CH ASE. Edgefield
C. Hi., WVARntAW & DESov, Abbaville C. H ,
3. BAnr-rE & Co., nnd H AT.AWD, Rmsr.Ev &
Co., Aungiusta Gia., and HIAvit.Anen, H annAtL
& Co., and P. M1. COnEN, Charleston, South
Brought to the Jail
O F this District, a nuearo man whosays
his name is E.DMUND, and that he
belongs to Mr. Henry Tippance, living
about seven miles below Yorkville Village,
S. C. Said fellow is about five feet, eight
iniches high, between 20 and 21 years of
age and of dark comnplexiin; he has a scar
on the Forehead and also one over his right
eye, he says he ranawvay about three weeks
The owner is requested to come for ward,
prove property, pay charges anid taike himt
away, or he will be dealt with as the law
A. H. BURT, 3. E. D.
June 6 tf 20
New Blacksmith Shop.
rIIHE Subscriber hnving ~ocured the ser
Ivices of Hlamnpton, it Blacksmith well
knoni n in this commuttuity, is prepared to receive
all orders in thtis line. of business.
Shop opposite Dr. Johnson's-lot.
Feb-14 th r
TEAGUE & CO.
new and fresh suplies in ad
d well selected STOCK of
-all of which are warranted
facture, imported under the
OILS, WINDOW GLASS.
P. FANCY SOAP. FAN
'TER PAPER, ENVEL
olours, PAINT. VARNISH,
STRUMENTS, FANCY and MISCEL
full assortment of all articles in their line,
a is called to the important fact. that their
PRICES, on six months time, five per cent
may be desired.
mst be obvious to those trading at a remote
ent to transportation. PHYSICIANS and
The Great Remedy fur Rheumatism, Gout, Pain
in the Side, flip, Back, Limbs and Joints,
Scrofula, King's Evil, Whaite Swellings, Hard
Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all Fized Pains
Where this Plaster is Applied,
PAIN CANNOT EXIST.
A gentleman in the South or Europe and
Pales:ine, in 1830, heard 'so mnch said in the
latter place in lvorof JEW DAVID'S PLAS
TIER. and of the (as lie considered) miraculous
cures lie had perfornied, that lie was induced
to try it on his own person, for a Long and
Liver Aff'ection, the remoival of which had been
the chief object of his journey, bit which had
resisted the genial and delicioi.clinie.
He accordingly applied a plaster on the riIht
of his chest where the pain was seated, another
between the shoulders, and one over the region
or the liver. In the mean time he dmank freelv
of an herb tea of laxative qamlities. He soon
found his henh improving, and in a few weeks
his cough left him; the sallowness of his skin
disappeared, his pain was retnved, and his
health became permanently reiterated.
The following is from Mr. Worstel, editor
of the Massillion Gazette, Ohio.
"Gentlemen-During last winter and spring,
I was so troitiled with a pain in breast as to
render me unfit for the dities of my office:
and hearing your JEW DAVID'S or H1E
BREW PLASTER highly recotamended for
similar cases, I was induced to give it a trial. I
had worn 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. I
would also state, that my sister, residing in
Steubenville in this State, has received much
benefit from its use.
Yours, truly, J. P. WORSTELL."
Masillon, Nov. 12, 1843.
It has been very beneficial in cases of Weak
ness, such as Pain and Weakness in the stoin
ich. Weak Limbs, Lameness, Affection of the
Spine, Female Weakness, &c. No female,
sublect to pain or weakness in the back or
sides, should be without iL Married ladies in
delicate situations. find great relief from con
staitly wearing this plaster.
The application of the Plaster between the
shoulders has been found a certain remedy for
Colds. Gonghs, Phthi tic anid Liung A ffectionis.
in their primasry stages. It destroys inflamma
tion by pterspirationl.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
CAU-ro.-Thte Subscribers are the only
General Agents in the Souhertn States fur the
saule of this truly valuable P'haster ; and ir, order
to prevent putrchamsers being imtposed upon by
a counterfeit article, sold in this city and else,
where. for the geanuiae, they invite particular
attention to the following marks of the Genuine:
lst.-Thie geittine a put up in simooh, en
gine turned bottomed boxes, not soldler.-d in.
2d -The genruinie has thie engraved head of
Jew Daivid on then directions, arod the box,
with accompaniymg record of Court to E.
OT SCOVIL & MEAD, Chtartres Street,
Wholesale General Agentsa for the Sonthern
States, to whom all orders must he addressed.
Sold also; Wholesale atnd Retail by
JOH N D CH ASE, Apothecaries Hall, Edge
fletd Court H~ouse, S. C.. ArLSO, by
H- AVIL.AND & RISLEY, anid J. BARN ETT
& CO., Auigusta, Georgia.
Feby 14, 18-19 . ly 4
IHAbTING'S 'COMPOUND SYRUP OF
NOT only a peritive itt a warranted cnre
for consunmption and till diseases of the
inns. This mediicinoe has decided the dispute
abtout the cutnbility of consnmption, and satis
lied the medical faulnty anid all who have used
it, that consumptioni and all affeciions of the
lnngs can not only be cured, but they are as ea
sily and simply cured, ns alnost anty of the dim.,
oarders to which the huaman frame is liable.
The operation of a single bottle, which costs
$1, is sufficient :o satisfy any pattient-ifinot al
together tog far gone with the disease-of this
fact;t and even a single dose gives evidence of
its extraordinary ittiumence in ariesting and
e'radicatinig theu mxalaudy lay the i.ttmediate relief
which it afifords. This' is no qutack or secret
reinedy'. Dr. Hastings. its discoverer, is one of.
the most eminent physicians of te age, and
has made a full disclIosutre of its history, and all
its comnponetnt parts to the world, not wishting
to incur the rcspontsibility of confining to him..
self, for the sake of profit, a secret which was
calculated to do such universal good. And
such lias been thte wonderful result of its ope
rations, that the London Lancet, Medical
Times, and the most eminent physicians of both 1
hemtispheres, are anxiously callinig uponi suffer
ers to have immediate recourse to it, and pr o
claiming that of all known mtedicine, it alone
has positively esiablished its efficacy by unde-.
itiable proofs of curing consumpption and all oth
er diseauses of the~nogs.
For saile at the A pothecary Hall by1
J. D. CHASE.
Price $1 per bottle.
December 6 1846 12m 46
New Boot and Shoe
W HERE Gentlemuen's Boots and Shoes
are itade in a ifiost superior style of fit
Gentlenmen wanting cork soled, double soled,
water proof, walkung, dress, patent leathser.
and a fine pitnp snled BOOTS, need but
leave their orders witht the subscriber.
muarct 1 ff 6
CAN BE GOT ONLY AT TIM
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, luxnriant head of hair;
free from Dandruff and Scurff, do not fail to
procure the genuine Balm of Columbia. In
cases of baldness it will more than exceed you
Cauiion.-Never buy unless you find the
Vamue of Comstock & Co., on the wrapper of
Longley's Great Indian Panacea.
Ist.-For Colds and Feverish feelings pre
2-l-For Asthma, Liver Complaint and Bil
3d-For Diarrbas, Indigestion and Lors o
4th-For Costiveness in females and males,
and Nervous complaints,
5th-For Stomach affections, Dyspepsia,
Piles, Rheunmatism, &,.
The great points are. it is not bad to take,
never gives PAIN and NEVER leaves one
For all these things it is warranted uneqall.
ed, and all who do not find it so may return the
bottle and get their money, Comstock & Co.
Proprietors. 59 Poydras tt , New Orleans.
Dr. Larzelt's Juno Cordial or Pro
For both male and female-prescribed as an
effectual restorative in cases of debility, impo
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 marrjed state without offspring.
Use Dr. McNair's ACOUSTIC OIL, for
the cure of Deafness. Also. all those disagrea
ble noises like ;he buzzing of tr.sects, falling of
water, whizzing of steam, which are symp
romis of npproaching deafness. Many persons
who have been deaf for ten, fifteen. or twenty
years, and were _subject to use ear trumpets,
have, after using one or two bottles, thorwo
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.
Connel's lagical Pain Eztractor.
THE WORLD'S WONDER,-prononnc
ed so by all who have ever used it.. Sold in
this place by J. D. CHASE, is a sovereign
remedy for Burns, Scalds, Sore Eyes and
Nipples, Eryseplas. Barbors Itch. Cuts,.ErnI
tions of thie Skin, &c.
Hays' Liniment for the Piles,
The worst attack of the Piles are affectnally
and permanently cured in a short time' by the
use ofthe 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 you find the
natne of Comstock & Co., upon the wrapper,
proprietors of the gennine article, or you are
eheated with a counterfeit.
Mother's Relitf-Indian Discovery.
All expecting to become mothers, and anx
ions to avoid the pains, distress and dangers of
childbearing, are earnestly entreated to calm
their fears, allay their nervousness, and scohe
their way by the use of this most extraordinary
vegetable prodnction. Those who will candidly
observe its virtues. mnust approve of it in their
hearts: every kind and affectionate husband
will feel it his most solemn duty to alleviate the
distress his wife is ex posed to, by a safe and cer
tain: method, wvhich is, the use of the Mother's
Keep Your Feet Dry.
Remember, to preserve health, the feet should
he kept dry, and that the OIL OF TANIN
renders leather water proof and donbles its du'
rability. Also used for Harness and Carriage
Comstock 4' Co.'s Concentrated Fluid
Extract of Sarsaparilla.
For the cure of Scrofula, Chronic Rheuma?
tism, General Debility, Cutaneous Diseases,
Scaly Eruptions of the Skirt. Tetrer. Pimples or
Pustnies on the Face. Liver Affections, Mlerent
rial and Sy philas Diseases. Biles from an im
pure habit of the body, Ulcerations of the
Throat and Left. Pains and Swelling of the
Bonles, and all Diseases arising from ani impure
state of tho Blood. Expnsurpe and Imprudence
in Life, Excessive Use of Mier.:ury, &c.
This Sarsaparilla is warranted piosiively as
go'od ns any other (that can be made at omn
dollar) at just half the price of those so much
advertised, and as strong, viz: 50 cents per
buonle, or six botules fin $2 50. Remember to
tek for Comstock's Sarsapaiilla, and take no
Dr. Spokn's Sick Headache Remedy.
Why will you suffer with that distressing
:omplaint, when a remedy is at hand that will
aou fail to cure yonu? This remedy will effee
tially destroy any attack of headache, either
aervous or billiotis. It has cured cases of
twenty years' statnding.
Have you a Cough?
Do not neglect it-thousands have taet a
premature death for the want of attenition to a
:ommion Cold. Have .0on a Cough? Rev.
Dr. Bartholomew's EXPECTORANT PINK
SYR UP, will most positively give relief, and
ave you from that most awful disease,'Pul,
nonary Consumti'~ton, which usually sweeps
nto the crave hundreds of the young, the old,
he lovely and the gay.
Comstock Hewes' Narue and Bone
AND INDIAN VEGETABLE ELIXER
s warranted to cure any case of Rheumatism.
,ot, Contracted Chords and Muscles, or Stiff
[oints. stregthiens Weak Limbs. and enables
hose who are crippled to walkc again. Use this
irticle and be cured, or go without it and suffer
is you please. Certificates of cures by the bun
Ireds can be seen at 59 Poydras street, N. 0.,
vhere this article is sold only genuine.
C!arlton's Ring Bone and Spavin Cure.
For the cnre of Ring Bone, Blood Spavin,
Bone Spavin, Wind Galls, Splints, and Cturb
m Horses. Also, CA RLTON'S FOUNDE R
3INTMENT, for the enireof Founder, Split
Floof, Hoof-bound Horses, and Contracted
P~eer. Also, all Wounds, Bruises in the Flesh,
3alled Backs, Crackedl Heels. Scratches, Nick
ngs, Docking, Cuts, Kicks, &e.
All of the above named articles are sold only
;ennine by COilSTOCK & CO.. 59 Poydras
itreet. New Orleans. COM STOCK & BR O
I'HERS, 69 Second at., St. Louis, and COM..
STOCK & CO., 21 Conrtland st., New York,
Proprietors of the Original and only Getinne
Hl~tgical Pain Extractor. Has also ont hand a
:otmplete assortment of'Soaps and Perfumery,
wvhichu will be sold lower thtan at any other
iouse in the United States, for ensh.
Also for sale by J. D. CH ASE, Apotheca
ies' Hall, Edgefield C. HI. S. C.
April25 1849, 12mn 1
COMIPOUNbECX TRACT OF
The most extraordinary Medicine in the World.
S03-This Extract is put up in quart bottles;
it is six times cheaper, pleasanter. and wer.
ranted superior to any sold. It cures with.
out vomiting, purgingb sickeningi or debilhta,
ting the Patent.
'I he great beauty and superiority of this
Sarsaparilla over all other medicine is, that
while it eradicates dsease, it iniigorates the,
qody. It is one of the very. hest
SPRING AND SUMMERlMEDICININF*
Ever known; it not enly purifies the whole
system, and strengthens the person, but. it
creates new, pure and richblood; apower
possessed by no other medicine. And in this.
lies the grand secret of its wonderful success.
It has performed within the last five yearse
more than 100,000 cures ofsevere cases of.
disease; at least 15,000 were considered in&
curable. It has saved the lives of more than
5,000 children during the past season.
10j000 CasesOf General Debility and
want of Nerveus Euergy.
Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla invigorates the
whole system permanently. To those whd
have lost their muscular energy by the WsW.
of medicine or indiscretion committed in
youth, or the excessive indulgenee of the pis
sions, and brought on a general physical prosa
tration of tho nervous system, lassitude, wint'
of ambition, fainting sensations, premature
decay and decline, hastening towards that
fatal disease, Consumption, can be entirely
restored by this pleasant remedy. This Sara -
as parilla is far superior to any JNVIGOR-A..
TING CORDIAL, as it removes and invigo
rates the system, gives activity' to the limbs,
and stiength to the muscular system, in a
most extraordinary degree.
Consumption Cure .
Cleanses and Sirengthens. Consumption can be
cured, Bronchitist, Copsumption, Lisw com
plaint, Colds, Catarrh, Coughs. Asthma, Sp:,.
tinig of Blood, Soreness in die chest, Hectid
Flush; Night Sweats, Dificult or Profuse Ez
pectoration, Pain in the Side, &c. have Ws
and fan be cured.
This is only one of more than 4,000 cases
of Rheumatism that Dr. Townsend's Sarsa
parilla has cured. The most.severe and
chronic cases are weekly eradicated by its
James Cummings, Esq., one of the asis;
tents in the Lunatic Asylum, Blackwell's Is..
land, is the gentleman spoken of in the fol4
Dr. Townsend, Pear Sir: I have suffered
terribly for nine years with the Rheumatismi
considerable of the time I could not eat, seep
or walk. I had the utmost distressing 'ain
and my limbs were terribly sivollen.
used four bottles of your Sarsap' I
they have done me more than oe
dollars worth of good. I ~
ter-indeed, I am entirel
at liberty to use thisj
as she w
the Fits, too
She is fast beco
which we feet gri
Dr. Townsend's SarsaparilIa Is$
and speedy cure for Incipient Cosuma
Barreness, Prolapsus Uteri, or fallinglofh
womb, Piles, Leucorroea, or Whites, obstru'c.
tion or difficult Menstruration, Incontinen ce'
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, from 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
cures performed but we can assure the afflic
ted, that hundreds of cases have been report,.
ed to us; thousands of cases where families -
have been without childien after using a few
bottles of this invaluable medicine, have
been blessed with fine, healthy offspring.
Great Blessing to Mothers and Children. ..
It is the safest 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 ar,d disease, increases
and enriches the food, and those who have
used it, think it is indispensable. It is highly
useful both before and after confinement, as
it prevents diseases'attendant upoin chiktasirth.
In Costiveness, Piles, Cramps, Swelling of -
the Feet, Despondency, Heartburn. Vomit..
ing, Pain in the Back and Loins, False Pains,
H emorarhage, and in regulating the Secre
tions and equalizing the circulation it has no
squal. The great beauty of this Medicine
is, it is always safe, and the most delicate
usc it most succestully.
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS.
Dr. Townsend is almost daily receiving or.
t~ers from Physicians in different parts of the
This is to certify that we, the tundersigned
Physicians of the City of Albany, have in
numerous cases prescribed Dr. Towinsend's
Sarsparilla, and believe it to be one of the
most valuable preparatIons in the market,
H. P. Pc'LING, MW. D.
J. WIL~S6N, M. D.
R. B. BRIGOJs, M. D.
P. E. ELMErNDoarV, M. D.
Albany, A pril 1, 1847.
Owing to the great success and immense
sale of Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla, a num,
ber of men who were formerly our Agents,
have commenced making Sarsaparilla Ex.
tracts, Elixirs, Bitters, Extracts of Yellow
Dock, &c. They generally put it up in the -
same shape bottles, and some of themR have
stole and copied our advertisements ; they
are only worthless imitations and should be
For sale in Edgefield at the Daue AND
GEwnAL S-rOnx by O. L. PENN,
March 14, 1849 ly S Agent.