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What wyl not most people do,
All foi monev ?
Anything, 'twixt mo and you,
All f*r money.
"Friend will tur* his back on friend ;
flauRiry peopro have tobend,
All?br moaey.
AM yon trtfvcl on through life,
You will find it ever so
Xothiiyf like the ready cash,
EoryWouey makes thc mare go.
Some will swear thi ,t black is whito,
AU for money ;
Do a wrong and say it's right,
Ali for money.
Moses he will swear to vou
His Old clothes are good as new ;
-Don't he make them fit you too,
All for money. 1
Pretty girls can love old men,
All for money;
Even wed three score and ten,
All for money.
'Tis but a fool who ever dreams
That anything is what it seems ;
1 The world is full of mocking schemes,
All for money.
Many people go to law
All for money ;
Dentists nearly break your jaw,
All for money.
Tradesmen give you unjust weight,
Beggars tease vou, early, late,
Garroters kindly on you wait,
All for money.
Lawyers plead the felon's cause,
All for money
Vow he has not broke the raws,
All for money.
Had he been on t'other side.
What a difference, and how wide
To make him guilty he'd have tried,
All for money.
Don't the doctors physic you
All for money ?
Give black draughts and blue pills,
All for money.
What their patience all endure
Any saint won't try, I'm sure
They are good to kill or cure,
All for money. .
Chalk and-water milkmen sell,
All for money,
Something else, perhaps, as well,
All for money.
Thus I will conclude my strain
With a sentence snort and plain- . i
Everything is done for gain
All for money.
Origin of tnt ? White Trash."
A negro preacher bv the name of
Demsey Morgan, livipg this year
near General W. W. Allen's planta
tion, in this county, delivered a fune
ral discourse over the dead body of
old Uncle Burton, about three weeks
ago, in which he cave a*n account of
the Genesis of (white) species which
throws Darwin, and all of his vain
philosophy of morlecular, genular and
atomic creation completely in the
shade. He said :
My bredderin, when Adam and
Eba was fust made they was bofe
niggers. But de good Lord put dem
in oe garden where he had his sum
mer apples and his winter apples,
and tole 'em, "Adam, you and ?lbe
m-iy eat dem summer apples, much
as you want, but jes let dem Fouler
apples be-I dun save dem for my
own special toof. Dese like sheep
meat, too good ior niggers."
Den de Lord he went off 'bout his
business lemonading up and down
the yeth seeking up whom he night
save up. But he no sooner torn nis
back dan, jes like two fool niggers,
Adam and Ebe steal all de Fowler
apples. Ebe taste de fust one, smack
her luby thick lips, and 'quired of
Adam, "How is dat for high?"
Adam said it was all O. K., and den
dey went for dem Fowler apples like
heethen Chinese.
Bimeby de Lord come back, i
fust ting li9 say was " Adam ! A..
where my Fowler apples?" ?
Adam ^ot skeered and sai?
don't know, Lord, but I sp*c/
got 'em.'' De Lord den v?Qt
and sr.id, " Ebe, who got Vlei
apples ?" Den Ebe got ske*?
saidj " Dunno, Lord, but I
?peck dat fool n]g^U?kaAm ^
Den de Lord got so mad h
smash his teef. " He stomped
to where Adam was standin' >
like a 8heepkillin' dog, and L
de ground fairly shake as b
" Adam ! Adam ! you grande , !
what for you steal my Fowlerappf Y '
Den Adam poi so skeered turned
white as a sheet / and rn/ belubbed
bredderin he neber got> black any
more ; and ?at accountstfor the poor
trash we see flyin' lo'und here so
grand, votin' de democratic ticket!
Let ns look to de Lord ana" be ais
mist.
And such is the kingdom of Radi
calism.
Josh Billings Papers.
Thare are fteople who don't do
anythi ;g but watch their simptoms.
I hav 9een <"ogs ackt just as sensible,
hav seen * rat tarrier watch the simp
toms of a kuot hole, in a board fence
all da;. for some rat tew cum out. but
no rut did*nt cum out.
lara rather favorably impressed
with Gin and Milk, az an extrakt
and tli? k a minister cv the gospe
mite contend with sum ov it, on the
ali, successfully, but when he cums to
rekommend it tew hiz people, I have
mi doubts about it, unless he knows
hiz people better than I do.
Love haz a most voracious appe
tight, but a poor digestion ; what it
feeds on most always distres.se i it.
It iz out duly tew pray for them
who revile and persecute us, but I
don't fe no as we are obliged tew let
them kno it.
It iz hard tew quit play while we
are winning. It iz just so in morals,
men seldom undertake tew git re
ligion HZ long az they kan git enny
thing else.
A dandy in luv iz in just about
az bad a tix az a stick ov molaris
kandy that haz half melted.
When a doktor looks me square in
the face and kant see no money in
me, then i am happy.
Thare might possibly be sum ad
vantage in entering a convent, if we
could eskape from ourselfs, but go
whare,we will, we have tew keep
company with one who iz able tew
to do us more hurt than enny boddy
elsie.
What iz the principal difference
between poverty and ritches?-pov
erty kant be worse, and may be bet
ter ; ritches kan be better, and may
Le worse,-the difference iz in favor
ov poverty.
If I had a boy whose hail woudn't
part in the middle, i should bedew
that hair with a parent's tear, and
then giv up the boy.
A man broke a chair over his wife's
head a week or two ago. When he
got to jail, and the clergyman under
took to talk with him he displayed a
good deal of penitence. He said he
wan .very sorry that he had permitted
his anger to obtain the mastery of him
and to suffer him to do such an act,
because it was a good chair, and o^e
of those good old fashioned Windsor
chairs which was an heir-loom id his
family, and be never could replace it.
A Scotchman who had put up at
an inn was asked in the morning how i
he had slept. "Ah, mon," replied1
Donald,'" nae'vera well either, but
I v;us much better, off -than the bugs,
for cl elli a ono o' them closed an e'e
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Se!
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Tell TIS not in idle jingle " mar
riage is an empty dream ;" for the
girl is dead that's ?ingle, and things
are not what they seem. Life is real,
life is earnest, single blessedness a
fib; " Manthouart.tomaureturneth,"
has been spoken of the rib. Not en
joyment and not sorrow is our destin
ed end or way, but to act that each
to-morrow finds us nearer marriage
day. Life is long and youth is fleet
ing, and our hearts, though light and
gay, stili like pleasant drums are
beating wedding marches all the day.
In the world's broad field of battle,
in the bivouac of life, be not like
dumb, driven cattle-be a heroine, a
wife ! Trust no future, howe'er pleas
ant ; let the dead past bury its dead ;
act-act in the living present, hoping
for a spouse ahead. Lives of marri
ed folks remind us we can live our
lives as well, and, departing, leave
behind us such examples as wi Ll " tell"*
-such examples that another, wast
ing time in idle sport, a forlorn, un
married brother seeing, shall take
heart and court. Let us, then, be
up and doing with a heart on triumph
set ; still contriving, still pursuing,
and each one a husband get.
An old weather beaten trapper wa9
sauntering along the main street of one
of our Western villages, on a recent
Sunday. Passing in front of a meet
ing house, for a moment he went in
and took his seat among the congre
gation- The preacher was discours
ing on the text of " The sheep and
the wolves," and had evidently been
drawing a contrast between the two
subjects. Says he :
" We who assemble here from week
to week, and do cur duty and perform
ow part, are the sheep ; now who,
then, are the wolves?"
A pause, and our friend, the trap
per, rose to his feet.
" Waal, stranger, rather than see
the play stopped, I will be the
wolves."
The preacher pronounced the ben
ediction at once.
OLD Marm G-was never re
garded as a paragon of neatness ; and
if " cleanliness is next unto godli
ness," as St. Paul asserts, it is to be
feared that the old lady never attain
ed to the latter state. Not only was
she anything but neat herself, but
showed a sovereign contempt for it in
others. Speaking of neat people one
day, she remarked that her son Josiah
was one of the most peculiar men in
the world. " Why," said she, " he
threw away a whole cup of coffee
the other morning, because it had a
bedbug in it !"
^r*The Chicago Post says the bell
worn by the cow that kicked over the
lamp that set fire to Chicago is on ex
hibition in that city in sixty-one differ
ent places.
The Brooklyn
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Paid up Cash Capital and Assetts, Two Million Dollars.
CHRISTIAN W. BUCK, President.
W. H. WALLACE, vice-President.
W. M. COLE, Secretary.
D. PARKS FACKLER, Actuary.
Office No. 141, Broadway, New York. <
JOHN E. BACON and W. P. SUTLER, General Agents for the State of
South Carolina and Augusta, Georgia.
As general Agents we take pleasure in presenting this well known and responsi
ble Company to the public and in recommending it as FIRST CLASS in every way.
We might add much more in this regard, but being interested as its Agents, prefer
to speak through DISINTERESTED PARTIES. Therefore, read and digest the
following notices (among many others) from both Northern and Southern papers as
to the virtues of this Company.
Sun- Columbus, Georgia, January 27, 1869: "There is no better Company in the
land. A comparison with other corporations of a similar character will convince
all of the superior safety in taking risks with the Brooklyn Life.'1
Insurance Times-New York, January, 1869: "The Brooklyn ha "jed itself in
the van guard of insurance reform, and is the first Company tr as done full
justice to the insured," <fcc, <kc.
The Sentinels-Raleigh, N. C. : " This great feature of cash surreuaer value is an
important improvement that signalizes the era in insurance."
Bosta Post-] Jassachusetts, 1869 : " This plan (guaranteed surrender values) re
moves the sole objection existing to making an application for insurance. Each
poUcy becomes a piece of negotiable paper, as easily transferred as a Registered
Dispatch-- St. Louis, Mo., January 7, 1869: "A policy in the Brooklyn Life is
thus worth so much in ready money, <fec. This ls the only Life Company that has
carried this excellent feature into business," etc., &o.
We call especial attention to this distinctive and advantageous feature of guaran
teed surrender value of the Brooklyn Lite, particularly characteristic ; and also to
the fact that there are no classes in the Brooklyn Life. All fare alike, whether from
the North, South. East or West.
Above all, we direct the public attention to the fact, that Polices can be obtained
in this Companv, owing to its careful management and superior advantages, at
LOWER RATES than in any other Company of EQUAL RANK AND SOLVENCY
in America.
BACON & BUTLER, General Agents.
Of?ce, over Dr. FISHER'S DRUGSTORE, Columbia, S. C., and at EDGEFIELD
CH. ^ v
Agents wanted in every ^Kmty^and town in this State, and also in the city of
" commissions will be allowed
tf 46
Augusta, to whom liberal
Nov
1
*'.? Cotton
WAR
. rr? **i
ri a M
ice
jftscJibed Capital $t,(Mh,,
T?
HE WAREHOUSE OF THIS BANK, corner of Reynolds and
Campbell Streets-j-^llglista, Ga., is now ready to receive COT
TON. ^
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES will be made upon Cotton in Ware
house, or upon Railroad Receipts.
Parties Storing Cotton with the Rank will be furnished with receipts for
?ame that will be available in this city or any other for borrowing money.
The Bank is prepared at all times to make Loans on Produce or Provi
sions, on the most reasonable terms.
Parties would do well to apply at the Warehouse, or communicate with
the Officers.
CHAS. J. JENKINS, President.
JNO. P. KING, Vice-President.
T. P. BRANCH, Cashier.
Augusta, Sept 20 tf 39
si
Souihern Grown Frujt Trees
For Sale at the 9
Georgia "Nursery.
WM. KT??ELSOW,
Cultivator of and Dealer in
FRUIT TREES,
Grape Vines, Strawberry Plants,
dc,
Send for Circular.
Augusta, Nov 22
dc.
Sm 48
Novelties !
GEORGE WEBER,
the North
of FALL
Doors, Sashes, Blinds, &c.
HAS just returned fron
with au elegant assortment
and WINTER
BUT GOODS.
To meet the wants of a constantly in
creasing patronage, I have remodelled
the interior of the spacious establishment
Wo. 176 Broad Street,
Opposite tho Augusta Hotel,
j making it one of the finest Stores in the
City.
I have also engaged the services of a
number of polite and efficient Salesmen,
who will be happy to serve their nume
rous friendsfin this community.
The Ladies will find it to their interest
to examine my Stock. They will always
find bargai ns at
The Bee Hive Store.
P. P. T O A L E,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
Vo. 20 Haune St. and Horlbeck's Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
^Sf^This is the largest and most com
plete Factory of the kind in the South
rnStates, and all articles in this line
an be furnished by Mr. P. P. TOALE at
rices which defy competition.
??rA. pamphlet with full and detailed
ist of all sizes of Doors, Sashes and
Hinds, and the prices of each, will be
ont free and post paid, on application to
P. P. TOAI.E,
CAARJLESTO S, S. C.
July 26 ly 31
Sept 20
tf
30
Notice.
A LL persons in anywiso indebted to
3L the Estate of Mrs. ELIZ. PRES
OTT, de'ed., are notified to pay the same
ithout delay; and those having claims
gainst the Estate will present ?them,
uly attested, for payment. The Estate
mst bo closed up at an early date.
JAS. A. LANIER, Ex'or.
Dec. 6 4t 50
Look to Your Interest!
Executor's Notice.
K LL persons having any claims against
X the Estate of Dr. A. G. Teague,
:c'd., are hereby notified to present
em to the undersigned properly at
sted ; and all persons indebted to the
.me to make payment by ?he 1st Janu
y next.
N. M. TEAGUE, Executrix.
Dsc 13 . . . . 3t \<5l:.
nion Setts ! Onion Setts !
GBEAT BARGAINS
AT
ATKINSON & GUF'S,
(Formerly J ohn L. Atkinson)
GRANIT*]VILLE, S. C.
W E beg to inOrm our friends and
customers of Edg afield and adjacent
Counties that we an 3 opening our
Fall Stock of Goods,
Consisting of DRY G '<OODS, NOTIONS,
READY MADE Cl iOTHING,
BOOTS, SHOES, B ATS, CAPS,
Hardware, Tinware.. Crockery,
BACON, LARD, F: LOUR, MEAL,
COFFEE, SUGAR, MOLASSES,
SYRUP, RICE, MI.CKEREL,
Spices, Soda, Soap s, otc.
Also, a full line of DRUGS and MED
ICINES.'
&y Physicians' P rescrlptions carefully
prepared day or ni; ?ht.
We are next do< ?r to the Post Office,
and most cordially invite* all to call and
examine our Goods arid-Frices.
Wo will also Sell Co tton in this market
Free of Commissions,.
J. L. ATKINSON,
B. F.GUY".
Graniteville, Oct 4 3m41
UST received TOW BBLS. ONION
?TTSirWb^ Red and Yellow.. If. yo?
sh to produce the largest size Onions, JN
FiBe .Whiskey, Wines, Sue.
20 . Barrels
1 Dn
WB ISKEY; 'assorted,
~c**? uta
Besides'H larg? sto ck of W?NES? Jp.
t^?ftOT**1 ^m^M^ d?IN,iu,w.i?
fe*, ii
. 43-. Lu PENH, Druggist.
Stoves! Stoves!
W. H. GOODRICH & SON,
265 Broad St., Augusta, Ga.,
WHOLESALE ?ND RETAIL DEALERS IN
||i AND HEATING STOVES, GRATES
Mantles, Tin Ware, Wood Ware, &c, &c.
[anufacturers of all Kinds of TIN WARE,
t?^-Special attention given to ROOFING and JOB WORK.
They keep constantly in Store a full supply of the "HENRY CLAY"
booking Stove. This Stove has no superior in this or any other market, as
inndreds who have used it in Edgefield, Abbeville, and Barnwell Counties
?an testify. Ask for the " Henry Clay " whenwanting a first class Cook
ng Stove. Each Stove 0Sfl??anted to give satisfaction in every respect.
W. H. GOODRICH & SON,
365 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
Nov 1 3m 45
New CarpetS|for fall Trade.
MMES C. BAILIE * BRO,
?[AVE just completed opening their new and beautiful stock of CARPELS, Ac.,
rousting of BODY BRUSSELLS CARPETS. ENGLISH VELVET CARPETS,
SNGLISH BRUSSELLS, THREE-PL YS, INGRAINS, VENETIANS and other
Carpets suited for Fall Trade. Also, a large line of LOW-PRICED CARPETS.
We have also opened a superb stock of
French Reps, Terrys and IDainasks
tor CURTAINS, with all the" Centre Tassels, Gimps and Linings to match.
Particular attention is invited to our stock of
New French Tamboured Lace Curtains,
)f exquisite finish, and
Nottingham Lace Curtaius, Cornices and Bands.
All of the very latest styles in
WINDOW SHADES.
Of the newest patterns we have opened a large assortment, of all sizes made.
)ur customers can get any priced shades they want.
FLOOR AND TABLE OIL CLOTHS,
)f the finest quality of goods manufactured, of any width, and cut any size wanted.
Mair Oil Cloth and Crash, Stair Rods, Oil doth Rugs.
DOOE MATS, HUGS & MATTINGS,
The largest assorted stock ever shown in Augusta.
Wall Papers, Borders and Paper Shades,
n almost endless variety. GILT, FLOWERED, HALL, OAK and PLAIN "^A
'ERS, at prices to suit the times. Also, of
Hair Cloths, and Furniture Coverings, and Trimmings,
Ve have a large supply.
DRUGGETS and CRUMB CLOTHS, anv size.
PICTURE TASSELS, PICTURE COR'D, PICTURE NAILS, and all things
Lse connected with the Carpet Trade.
Our customers are invited to examine our new Goods.
CARPETS MADE AND LAID well and promptly, OIL CLOTHS LAID,
HADES and CURTAINS put up without delay. All work done well and in season, by
James ti. Bailie & Brother,
205 BROAD STREET.
Augusta, Ga., Oct. 5 6m 41
Special Notices.
R. R. R.
tADWAPS BEADY RELIE!
CURBS THE WORST PAINS
n from Ouc to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
After reading this advertisement need any one
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
ADWAVS READY RELIEF IS A CURE FOR
EVEUY PAIN.
It was thu il rbi and is thc
Only Pain Remedy
hat instantly stops the most excruciating pains, ni
ve Inflammations, and cures Congestions, whether
' the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or other glands or
gans. bv ono (inplication. J
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTE9.
o mutter how violent or excruciating '.he pain the
HEUMATIC Bed-ridde?, Infirm, Crippled, Nor
ms, Neuralgie, or prostrated with disrobe may nuder,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
?FLAMMATI0N OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF TUE BLADDER.
?FLAMMATION OF THE ROWELS.
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
)RE TnEOAT, DIFFICULT BREATHING.
PALPITATION OF TUE HF' "f
rSTEEICS, CROUP, DIFTERIA.
CAI.... JJU?EBM
EADAOHE, TOOTHACHE.
NEURALGIA. RHEUMATISM
)LD CHILLS., AGUE CHILLS.
The application of the Hendy Relief to thc
rt or puris where the pain or difficulty exists will
ord ease and comfort.*
Twenty drops in half a tumbler of water will in a
?r moment* cur? CRAMPS. 6PASMS, SOUR
'OMACH. DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, WIND
r THE BOWELS, and all INTERNAL PAINS,
Travelers should always carry a bottle of Rad
nys'? Rend)* Relief with them. A few drops
water will prevent sickness or pains ftvm change
water. It is better than Frenen Brandy or Bitters
a stimulant.
Fever and -?-siae.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for flfty cents. There
not a remedial agent in the world thu will cure
iver and Ague, und all other Malarious, Bilious,
arlet. Typhoid, Yellow, and other Fevers (aided
Radway's Pills,) so quick as RADWAY'S RE
EF. Fifty cents per bottle.
IEALTH !~BEAUT Y ! !
EROHO AND PUKE RICH BLOOD-INCREASE
OF FLESH AND WEIGHT-CLEAR SKIN AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SECURED TO
ALL.
DR. RADWAY'S
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
JANUARY 1,1872,18 A GOOD TIME TO ENTEE
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AS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CURES;
BO QUICK, SO RAPID ARE THE CHANGES
THE BODY UNDERGOES. UNDER THE IN
FLUENCE OF THIS TRULY WONDEBFUI
MEDICINE THAT
VERY.DAY AN INCREASE IN FLESH
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?glU Sneats, LOM* of Sperm and alt mutt* of Hie
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,'U proveto any per*?n using it for tither of these
rms ofdiseane it* potent poicer to cure Vant.
If the patient, daily becoming reduced by llie wastes
id decomposition that is continually progressing,
cceod* in arresting these wastes, and repairs the
me with new material made from healthy blond
id this the SAKSPAK1LLIAN will and doe.- secure
a care is certain; for w,.en once this remedy com
enees ita work of purification, aud succeeds in di
inishing the loss of traite?, its repair* will be rapid,
id every day the patient will feel himself growing
.Uer and stronger, the food digesting better, appe
l? improving, and flesh and weight increasing.
Not only does the SAUBAI-AKII.UAN RESOLVENT ex
il all known remedial ugenls in lliecure ol' Chronic,
:rofulous, Constitutional, and Skin diseuses; but it
the only positive cure fur
FJdney & Bladder Complaints,
rinary. and Womb diseases, Gravel, Diabetes,
ropsy, Stoppage of Water, Incontinence of Urine,
right's Disease, Albumiuuriu, and in all eau ; where
iure an? brick-dud deposite, or the water is thick,
ondy, mixed with substances like the white nf an
;g, or threads like white silk, or there is a morbid,
irk. bilious appearance, and while bone-dust de
salts, and when there is a pricking, buming tetua
sn when passing water, and pain in tho Small nf
ie Back and along the Loins.
DR. RADWAY'S
Perfect Purgative Pills,
erfeclly tostelets, elegantly coat? d with sweet gnni,
arce, regulate, purify, cleanse, and strengthen,
adway's Pills, for tho cure of all disorders *f the
toranch. Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Bladder, Nervous
Iseases, Headache, Constipation, Coslivencfs, Indi
cation. Dyspepsia. Biliousness, Bilious Fever, In
animation of the Bowels, and nil Derangements ot
ie Internal Viscera. Warranted to effect'a positive
jre. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury^,
ilneral*. or deleterious drugs.
??ET" Observo tho following symptoms rcsultlrW
om Disorders of the Digestive Organs:
Constipation. Inward Piles, Fullness of the Blood
i the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
iirn, Disgust of Food, Fullness or Weight In the
tomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering ot
ie Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head,
urried and Difficult Breathing.
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free tho
'stem from all the above named dftotdM*. Price,
5 conts per Box. SOLD BY DRUGGfcrk
READ " FALSE AND TRUE." Send nnf let*"
amp to RADWAY <fc CO., No. 87 Mahlen Lane
ew York. Information worth thousands will bt
mt yon.
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W UUU tJ ?s offered free during thc coming
?ear lo every subscriber of Merry's Museum, the
Toledo Blade, Pomeroy*! Democrat! eic.
which is an evidence of ills'worth and popularity.
Horace^Urecley. James Partim, Theodore TUkWj
Uail Hamilton, etc, write for Svery number!
in cluboiiig7n otters three first-class periodicals for
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?lan. 'M. *i hr>_e_spcelmcn copies I'ree. Address
s. s. wooD.TeTb?Tg?TNTTr
OVKR OXK HUNDRED PA OBS,
Printedln Two Colors, on superb TINTED PAPEE.
Knur Hundred Kiigravinguof Plower?,
Hl.tutrf nud Vegetables, with Descriptions,
and
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Directions and plans for makin* Walks. Lawns
Gardens, .fcc. Tho handsomest and beal FLORA I.
OUIDK in Hie World. All Ptf Ten Cents, lo
those who think "f buying Seeds.
Nut a quurter thc cost. .(1,1x10 sold of 1871.
Address, .TA.MK.s VICK,
Rochester, N. Y.
PETERS'
MUSICAL
MONTHLY
The Der. No.. price Soc.. has
19 piece* Vocal und Instrumen
tal Piano Mn?ie, worth ft in
?heel fenn. We will mai! two
buck Nos. for See., four P.r 9"e..
or .Ian. to Dee. 71, f?r ?i'.i.'S.
(regular price, Bound cn
pies ?ur 1*71. gilt sides-and
edge* $5. The Music ls by
Hats, Thomas. Kinkel. Gou
nod, etc Address J. L. PE
TEIS, m Bmndway, N. Y.
P. 0. Box 5429.
A eoiiipoutiil u??pco?euui o//,oV. Acknow :.
cil^. .( 1 the best proauterof the grtnrih and brum /
of the hair. JOS. b CO.. Boston. .Mn? .
bold by ull druggist*, lineare of imitations
AGENTS Wanted.-Agents make more mon
ey nt work for Us thun at unylhlng else. Busi
ness light and permanent. Particulars free. G.
Srisson&Con Fine Art Publishers, Portland, Maine
<fc/t?lK A MONTH! Horse furnished. K*
tDTt-W pensespuid. H. B. SHAW, Alfred, Me
AVOID QUACKS-A victim of early indis
cretion, causing nervous debility, premature de
bility, prcmuturc decay, etc., having tried in vain
.mai v iscera, warratueu io ene? a positive j every advertise*! remedy, has discovered a simple
Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury means of self-care, which ho will send lo his fellow
--.i- 3*S sufferer*. Address J. H. REEVES, 7S Nassau St.,
K 7.
Notice.
A LL persons indebted to WM. HILL,
detrd., will please call upon tho un
ersigned, at No. 265 Broad Street, Au
asta, Ga, and settle their accounts.
WALLACE J. DELPH, Ad'or
Oct 25 tf_44
A : Ir,
Fire Wood.
?ARTIES desiring their Winter's
apply of FIRE WOOD, can get it, in
ny quantity, by appjyingjo^.
Nov, 22 - , tr ' | : jj
[eroseneOil. Keros^ejl;
fTJST Received EOUR^ BARR?L0
I M 1 KEROSENE OIL.
THlRiPT' YEARS' EXPE???ENCE
in THE TREATMENT OF
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A PI1?S10L0GICAL VIEW OF MABRIAUE.
Tho cheapest book o'er published-containing
nearly three hundred pages, und one hundred and
thirty Ano plates and engraving ni tho anatomy of
the human organs In a state of health and disease,
with a treatise on early errors, Its deplorable conse
quences upon the mind and body, with the outhor's
plan of treatment-the only rational aud successful
mode of cure, as shown by a report of cases treated.
A truthtul ndvl?er to the married and thoso contem
plating murringo, who entertain doubts of their phy
sical condition. Sent free of postage to any address,
on recelot o? iwenty-flve cents in stamps^or postal
currency, by addressing DB.LACR01A, No. 81
Malden Lnnc, Albany, N. Y. Tho author may be
consulted upon ony of the diseases npon whlcn his
book treats>either personally or bv mail, and medi
cines sent tn any part of tho world. _
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Notice of Final Settlement and
Application for Dise?arse.
THE Undersigned will make a Final
Settlement on tho Personal Estate
of ELIAS MCCARTY, dee'd., on the 3d
day of January next, in. the Court ol
Probate for Edgefle?d County,-and they
?H on the same day. apply for a .Dis
charge from the trust -as -Adldlnlstrfttore
of'said Estate. ? .. ...??" . '*r
WM. B. MCCARTY,
JiE^JUBKLANIX
CHAS. G. GOODRICH,
271 Broad street, Augusta, Georgia
MANUFACTUREE AND BEALES
-IN
SADDLES,
SADDLERY HARDWARE,
HARNESS AND HARNESS TRIMMINGS,
BELTING-RUBBER AND LEATHER,
LEATHEE OF ALL IK I/XT IDS,
FRENCH AHB MUM CALF Ai RIP SKI,
Trunks, Buggy Umbrellas, Whips, &c., &c.
ALL AT LOWEST CASH PRICES. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Augusta, Oct 25 . 4m .44
TsTew Fall Dry Groods.
H. L A. BALK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BfiY GOODS,
172 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
I AM now opening a CAREFULLY SELECTED Stock of
Ono yard wide English and American PRINTS, for Dresses, Shirts, Curtains, <fcc
Black ALPACA of tho best makes-Hlaok French SILK,
English, French and American DRESS GOODS, Opera FLANNELS,
JEANS and CASSIMERES for Gents and Boys wear,
White and Colored Cotton FLANNEL,
All wool Plain and Twilled FLANNEL, in Red, White, Gray and Blue,
White and Colored BLANKETS and QUILTS,
SHAWLS and CLOAKS in great variety,
Table DAMASK. TOWELS. NAPKINS,
RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, GLOVES, STOCKINGS and SOCKS,
Linen Cambric H'D'K'FS, Umbrellas, ?fcc.
?Jt?r- Plaid and Striped HOMESPUNS, WOOLENS, Brown SHEETINGS,
SHIRTINGS, OSNABURGS and DRILLINGS, I Sell at Factory Prices!
Also, the best makes of CORSETS, HOOPSK.IKTS, UNDERGARMENTS,
Si riRTS, COLLARS, Knitted Woolen SHAWLS mid HOODS.
t^jrAn experience of thirtv yea i's justifies me in asserting that 1 can Buy as
Cheap as any one-AS I BUY ONLY FOR CASH !
tSrI can Sell as Low as any one-AS I SELL ONLY FOR CASH.
In my establishment evory article is marked with the lowest price thereon, and
no one in my establishment is allowed to ask more. This insures justice to all cus
tomers, because all can buy my Goods at tho Very Lowest Marked Pr.'cj.'
^SSrMy assortment is most Complete in all the Departments.
Those at a distance who wish to avail themselves of all these advantages, but not
having the time to come in person, can send au order, and savo, besides the time,
EXPENSES and FAKE. An Extra Discount of Five Per Cent ! ! on all orders,
off from the price every one pays, in order to reduce their freight expenses on same.
I guarantee satisfaction, and should any article not come up to expectation, it can
be returned, and the money will be refunded. It is not necessary to send the
money witli thc order, as it can bc collected on the delivery of the Goods.
>E?:C'ut out this advertisement, and be sure to give me ? call. Or, in sending an
order, address
H. li, A. BALK,
172 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
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COSTELLO & OILY,
AUGUSTA, Cr A.
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E greet oar friends and the citizens ol' Kdgc/icld generally with thc opening
of tho Fall Trade, and assure them of our being in the very best position to pros
ecute it to a success.
We have now in Store a Stock of Goods which we have spent much timo in se
lecting,'and which is acknowledged by all to be one of tiie best assorted Stocks of
GENERAL DRY GOOD^
In thc City. Wc will receive Goods from our. Buyer .s^ai^^ every week. So
that we shall be able to show EVEJtY NOVELT? as s^Mpr^.appears in New
York. Vv?$ *
Wo have a uniform Price to All, and our fixed principe . .THAT NO ONE
UNDERSELLS US!
We do not propose to onumcrato our Stock in detail, but car! .ttcntien to thc fol
lowing Departments as Specialities:
DHE** G?bODS-Embracing Black. Coloredjuid Fancv SILKS,
Silk VELOURS, Silk REPS, Irish POPLINS,' flarr?hester POPLINS,
French and English Medium and Low-Priced DRESS "GOODS, in great varictv,
The Celebrated Buffalo. Queen and Crown Brands of BLACK ALPACA,
French and German CORSETS,-the finest Stock we ever saw in the City.
The most famous brands-all the new styles--of French KID GLOVES."
"HOSE.'in English, German and Bal bringan, 1
LACES and LACE COLLARS, ir. Thread, Guipure, Cluny, Duchesse, Maltese,
Italian and real Fn-nch Valenciennes, ?fcc, ?cc. , ^
TO OUR FRIENDS IN THE TRADE, wc would say we have spacious and
well lighted Rooms up stair.-;, where we keep a large stock of DOMESTIC
GOODS ol' Kvery Kind, which wc will sellttapthe Dale or Pieco, at Prices
that will repay those who give us a call. 1
Wo will advertise no Goods we have not got ; No prices that we will not sell at.
Wc will not falsely represent our Goods, or knowingly useAiy deception to effect
sales. To those iee sell once, we ycuerally .sell ayain, as our iwc pasing trade testifies
Our motto is : CO?lt f ES Y AND INTEGRITY, AND#* PRICE TO ALL
MeflABE, C?STELLO^jLi?LY,
238 Broad Street, under Central lIoteC^?u^MSta, Ga.
Oct IS 3m 43
I8?1! FILL. 1871!
KEAN, LANDKAM & C,0
_ EG leave to inform the citizens of Edgefiold and vicinity ?hat they are
now in possession of the Store, No. 200 Broad street, lately occupied by Messrs.
H. F. Russell & Co., and have ready for sale a general assortment ol first
class DRY HOODS. We will not. attempt to enumerate all the difieren,
articles, but will cail epci ml attention to our
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT,
Where may i>c found full lines ol' Bleached and Brown Sheetings and
Shirtings; Osuaburgs, plain and striped; heavy Cotton Plaids, Dome.slic
Ginehmns, Cotton Flannels, &c, &c.
WOOLEN DEPARTMENT-A splendid assortment of red, brown and
^jgrey BLANKETS, Georgia Plains, Kentucky Jeans, Sattinets, Fancy Cassi
meres, Black Doe Skins, Linseys, ?ic.
DRESS GOODS of every description, from the lowest to the finest. Our
stock of SHAWLS, CLOAKS, OPERA JACKETS and FURS cannot be
surpassed. In our Notion Department wc intend to keep every thing called
for. . .
We cordially invite our old friends, with whom we have had such pleasant
intercourse for the last fifteen years, also those we have never had the
pleasure of serving before, to an examination of our stock. We will do all
in our power to render "shopping" both pleasant and profitable to our cus
tomers. We open regularly next Monday morning. Come and see us, one
and all.
We are Agents for R. J. Roberts' Parabola Needles and Scissors.
KEAN, LANDRAM & CO.
P. S.-Wc will send Samples and pay the Express on all bills at retail foi
amounts over Ten Dollars.
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EDG-EFIELD, S. C.,
-Dealer in
P??EE BXXTGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH, PUTTY, GLASS, DYE STUFFS,
BITTERS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FAN
CY ARTICLES, TOILET AND FANCY SOAPS,
CONGRESS AND VERMONT WATER,
ALL OF THE LATE AND POPULAR REMEDIES OF THE DAY,
SEGARS AND TOBACCO,
'IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES,
LIQUORS OF ALL KINDS, &c,
Begs to announce to the public that his Stock is Full, Complete,
Fresh and Genuine, ?and all articles sold as low as the same can be
bought in any market in the State.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully prepared, day and night, and warranted
from tested Medicines.
NOW IN STORE,
A CHOICE SUPPLY of FAMILY GROCERIES, embracing all arti
cles for family purposes. My Groceries are choice, and special attention is
called tn them. I have also received
10 Barrels Pure RYE WHISKEY, from G to 10 years old,
10.' " from 4 to 6 years old,
5 " " Old RYE " 2 years old,
4 " " Copper Distilled CORN WHISKEY,
2 .! " Mountain WHISKEY.
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Complaint for
Foreclosure
tate of South Carolina.
EDGEFIEDD COUNTY,
CO URT OF COMMON PLEAS.
L. Turner,
Judge of Probate,
vs
irk Tonev,
hn D. Johnson.
> Y Virtue of tho Decree of Foreclo
f sure in this action, I will sell at
[geftold C. H., on sale-day in January
?ct, to the'highest bidder, at public out
r, the following Real Estate, viz:
DNE TRACT OF LAND, situate in
? County and State aforesaid, known as
act No. 1, or the Homestead, contain
r Ono Hundred and Seventy-eight
:res, moro or less, adjoining lands of
irk Etheredge and others, it being the
ice whereon the Defendant J. D. John
I now resides.
TERMS.-Costs and one-half the pur
asc money to be paid in cash ; balance
the purchase money on a credit of
elve months, with interest from date
sale, to be secured by Bond of the
rchaser, and & mortgage of the premi
>. Stamps and titles extra.
j. H. MCDEVITT, S. E. C.
Dec 9_4te ?_51
kate of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD COUNTY. '
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
L. Turner, \ >
Judge of Probate, Complaint
vs J- for
irk Tonev, Foreclosure,
tin D. Johnson. J
> Y virtue of the Decree of Foreclosure
9 in this action, I will sell at Edgef?eld
H. , on sale-day in January next, to
) highest bidder, at public outcry, tho
lowing Real Estate, viz :
)NE TRACT OF LAND, situate in
s County and State aforesaid, contain
j Two Hundred and Fifty-four Acres,
>re or less, known as Tract No. 2, ad
ning lands of Samuel Posey, James
otb, J. E. Le rick and others.
TERMS -Costs and one-half the pur
ase money to be paid in Cash ; thc cal
ce of tlie purchase money on a credit
twelve months, witli interest from
te of sale, to be secured by bond of the
rchaser, and a mortgage of the premi
I. Stamps and titles extra.
j. H. MCDEVITT, S. E. C.
Dec 9_4te_51_
Sheriff's Sale.
\. B. Watson, Assignee, )
vs \ Fi Fa
Tames D. Watson. J
> Y virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa to me
9 directed, in the above stated case, I
II proceed to sell ut Edgef?eld C. H., on
3 first Monday in January next, the
terest in Remainder of the Defendant
the Homestead assigned totheDofend
t as Homestead, containing Two Acres,
>rc or less, adjoining lands of William
atson, Sr.
fSh Terms Cash. Titles and Stamps
tra.
j. H. MCDEVITT, S. E. C.
Dec 9_4te_51 ,
tate of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD COUNTY,
CO URT OF COMMON PLEAS.
L. Turner,
Judge of Probate, Plaintiff,
vs
N. Holstein,
W. Youngblood, Adm'ors., et al,
TNDER the Order of the Court in tins
J case, I will re-sell at the risk o&the
mer purchaser, on the first Monday in
nuary next, at Edgetield CH., to the
rhest bidder, at public outcry,
)NE TRACT of land situated in said
unty, on the Charlotte. Columbia <fc
iguata Railroad, one mile from Ba tes
te Depot, containing
800 Acres,
>re or less, bounded by lands of John
Norris, .WI). Bates, L. W. Young
>od and otT?-s, on which Wade Ilol
in, dee'd., raided at the time of his
util, known as the William H. Norris
ice.
This place has a fine Dwelling House,
;ood Gin House, the necessary out
ileUngs and other good improvements,
d*, from its favorable location and
?er advantages, one of the most valua
5 in the County.
TERMS-Casli sufficient'to pay costs
tl one-third of purchase money. Bal
ee on a credkof too, two, three and
tr years, pay^lcjh equal annual in
ilments. with mfcrfest from date, pay-,
le annually on tife whole amount, till
be paid, secured by Bond of tho pur
^er, and Mortgage of the premises.
J*, J. H. MCDEVITT, S. E. C.
?? 9_4te 51
tate of South
EDCrEF.I ELD CO
COURT. OF COMMON
T.. Turner,
L/udge of Probate, [ Compl?int for
f\ vs I Foreclosure,
liver T. Pern'
?Y virtue of the Judgment ol Fore
closurorin t?suietion, I will sell at
leefield C. H.jpm^the first Monday in
nuary next, to thtf highest bidder, at
blie outcry, tho following Real Estate,
DNE TRACT OF LAND situate in
0 County and State aforesaid, known
tl*> Berrv Tract, containing Three
unc?Wll and Thirteen Acres, more -or
;s, adjoining lands of William Bonk
?ht, Shumpert Clary,- Perry ard
?ers,
PERMS.-Th^Costs and one-half the
reliase moiif^o be paid in cash ; bal
ee of the rbehase money on a credit
twelve mPnths, with interest from
te of sale, to be secured by bond of the
rchaser, and a mortgage of tiie premi
<. Titles and stamps extra.
J. H. MCDEVITT, S. E. O.
Decfl 4te _J?L.
Sheriff's Sale.
miman Watson, Pr., )
vs . I
Mm T. Nicholson.
JY virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa to me
directed, in tho above stated ease, I
ll proceed to sell at Edgcfield C. H.,
the first Monday in January next, the
loving property of the Defendant J.
Nicholson, to wit:
>NE TRACT OF LAND, known sis
; Rains' Tract, .containing Four Hun
id and Sixty Acres, moro or less, ad
ning lands of Clinton Ward, Mn. Ta
lia Watson and others.
?0* Tenn's Cash. Titles and Stamps
tra.
j. H. MCDEVITT, S. E. D.
Dee 9 _4le_51
tate of South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
CO URT OF COMMON PLEAS.
msa Herlong, "i Foreclosure
vs [ of
ssom i Campbell ct al. J Mortgage.
> Y virtue ol'the Decree >A Foreclosure
f in this action. I will sell at Edgcfield
IL, on sale-day in January next, to
1 highest bidder, at public outcry, the
lowing Reid Estate, viz :
)NE TRACT OF LAND, containing
ft y Acres, more or less, situate in said
linty and State, on waters of Saluda
vcr,"adjoining lands ol' Theodore Mcr
uit, P. Livingston and others.
PEJtMS-The costs and one-half the
rchase money to be paid in cash ; the
lance of the purchase money on acred
>f twelve months, with interest from
te of sale, to be secured by bond of the
rchaser, and a mortgage of the premi
I. Stamps and titles extra.
j. H. MCDEVITT, S.E.C.
DecO_fte_51
Executor's Sale.
T. H. Brooks, Ex'or, ")
vs \
VL A. Brooks, ct al, J
JY virtue of an Order in this case, I
willseU at Edgcfield CH., onThure
v, the 28tli Dec. inst., the HOUSE and
)T, with the improvements thereon,
w occupied by Gen. R. G. M. Duno
nt. adjoining lands of W. P. Butler,
wis Jones and others, containing Sov
teen (17) Acres, more or less.
Terms.-One-half of the purchase
>ney to be paid in cash, and the bal
ee on a credit of twelve months, to be
uired by Bond and a Mortgage of tho
)iiso and premises. The purchaser to
y for papera.
J. H. BROOKS, Ex'or.
Oec. 7, 3t 51
TO PLANTERS.
LYSTER SHELL LIME, the most
luablo renovator to land known.
100,000 Bushels of SHELL LIME
? sale, delivered on any of the naviga
) rivers of South Carolina or Georgia,
13 cents per bushel, or five doUrjs per
\,-bags extra.
BOWEN & MERCER,
Lime Burners, No. G5, S. Gay st.,
Baltimore, Md.
Dec 13__6t_51 _
.plication for Discharge as
Administr?ior.
_N FRIDAY, the 5th day of January,
F 1872, I will apply to the Probate
dge of Edgefiold County, at Edgefiold
urt House,' S. C., for a Discharge as
Imihistratnr of the Estate of Jas. Itt.
tshton, dee'd. Distributees and Creej
11 will take duo notice hereof. "
BEttJ. RUSHTON, Arfm'or.
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Copy
Summons
for
Relief.
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State of South Carolina
EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
IN PROBATE COURT.
Charner? Crocker, \
Frances McEvoy, ,
vs
Matilda Nobles,
Lewellyn Nobles,
James E. Nobles,
. Marilla DaVis,
Mary Ann Carlisle,
. Emeline Nobles.
Solomon Nobles,
Amarillos Nobles,
Louisa Nobles, Jk
Alice Nobles. C.';. .,
To tho Defendants Matilda Nobles, Lew
ellyn' Nobles, James E.'Nobles, Martha
Davis, Mary Ann Carlisle, Emeline
Nobles, Solomon Nobles, Anterillus
Nobles, Louisa Nobles and Alice No
bles :
OU are hereby Summoned and re
_ quired to answer-the Petition in
this action, which is filed in the Office of
the Probate Court, ; for said County, and
to servo a copy of your answer to the
said Petition, on thfrSubscribers, at their
of?ce, Edgefield,S. C., within twenty
days after the service -hereof, exclusive
of the day of service ; and if you fail to
answer the Petition, within the time
aforesaid, the Plaintiffs in this action^
will apply to the Court for the relief de
ma*Hea m the Petition.
GARY <fc GAR7, PTfis' Attys,
The Defendants m this action will take
notice that this action is commenced for
the Partition of Land in the Probate
Court of the said County and State, and
that a Summons in this action, of which
the foregoing is a copy, was filed iii the
oflBce of the Probate l Court for Edgefield
Count T. on the 21st day of November, A. "
D., 1871. GARY <fc GARY,
Plaintiffs' Attorneys.
Nov 29 _Ot 49
State of South Carolina
EDGEFIELD COUNTY.
Z. W. Carwile, adm'or. of ]
tho Estate of Robt; W. i Comp]aint
Tompkins, dee'd. \ for * eliof>
vs
James P. Carroll, ot al. J
BY virtue of an Order of the Court in
this cause the^ creditors of Robt. W.
Tompkins, dee'd^* are required to prove
their demands before the undersigned on
or before the first day of January next,
or they will be barred of all benefit in
tho judgment that may be rendered in
this cause.
S. B. GRIFFIN,
Special Referee.
Nov. 21__6t_48
State of South Carolina
LEXINGTON COUNTY;
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. .
Daniel Drafts, PhuntirT, )
vs. \ Summons.
DavidHoleman, Defd'ant, J
To David Holeman the Defendant in this
. "action.
You are hereby summoned and re
{ quired to answer the "complaint in this
libation, which was filedi'in this Court on
m?e 3rd day of November, 1871, and to
[serve a copy of your answer on the sub
1 scriber, at his olfico, at Lexington Court
House, South Carolina, within twenty
ds?s after the service-of the summons
you, exclusive of the day of service.
' u fail to answer this complaint
the time aforesaid, the Plantiff
wftr take judgment against you, for tho
sum of One Hundred and Ten 99-100 Dol
lars; with interest at tho rate of Seven
pef cent, per annr m, from the 19th day
of January, one t.u< isand eight hundred
and sixty-seven, and costs. Dated No
vember 3rd, 1871.
FORT, PlantifPs Attorncv.
Dec. ? 6t 50
THE CAUSE AND CUBE OF CONSUMPTION.
-The primary causo of Consumption is derange
ment of the digestive organs. This derangement
produces deficient nutrition and assimilation. By
assimilation I mean that precess br which the nu
triment of the food ls converted Into blood, and
thence Into the solids of the body. Persons with
digestion thus impaired, having the ^lightest pre
disposition to pulmonary disease, or' If they take
cold, will bo very liable to have Consumption of
the Lungs In some of its forms ; and I bold that It
will be Impossible to euro any case of Consumption
without first restoring a good digestion and healthy
assimilation. The very first Ujlng to be done ls to
cleanse the stomach and bowels from ali diseased
mucus and slime, which ls clogging these organs so
that they cannot perform their functions, nn<\ then
rouse up and restore Ute liver to a healthy action.
For this purpose the surest and best remedy is
Schenck's Mandrake Pills. These Pills clean Ute
stomach and bowels of all the dead and morbid
slime1 that ls cans lng disease and decay in the whole
system. They will clear out the liver of all diseased
bile that has accumulated there, and rouse lt up to
a new and healthy action, by which natural and
healthy bile ts secreted.
The stomach, bowels, and liver are thus cleansed
L by the use of Schenck's Mandrake Pills; but there
f remains ln^h|> stomach an excess of add. the
d the appetite poor. In the bow
m-waalc, and r?qolrion ?tr?ti(rth
In a condition 'ike this that
T,onlc proves to be the most
ever discovered. It is alkaline,
eutrallse all excess of acid, mak
ing the stomach sweet and fresh; It wu! give per
manent tone to this Important organ, and create
a good, hearty appetite; and prepare the system
for the first process of a good di gestio?, and
Ultimately make good, healthy, living blood.
After this preparatory treatment, what remains
to core most coses of Consumption Is the free
and -persevering use of Schenck's Pulmonlc 8yrup.
The Pulmonlc Syrup nourishes the system, puri
fies the blood, and is readily absorbed into tho
circulation, and thence distributed to the diseased
lungs. There it ripens all morbid mattera, whether
In the form of abscesses or tubercles, and then
assists Nature to expel all the diseased matter, in
the form of free expectoration, when once lt ripens.
Il Is then, by the great healing and purifying
properties of Schenck's Pulmonlc Syrnn, that all
ulcers and cavities arc healed up sound, and my
patient ls cured.
The essential thing to he done In curing Cos
sumption ls to get up a good appetite and a good
digestion, so that the body will ?row in flesh and
get strong. If a person has diseased lungs,-a
cavity or abscess there.-the cavity cannot heal, the
matter cannot ripen, so long as the system Is below
par. What ls necessary to cure ls a new order of
?pen i
thrown off in targe quantities, und thc person
regain health and strength. This Is th? true and
only plan to cure Consumption, and if a person ls
very bad, If the lungs ore not entirely destroyed,
or even if one lung Is entirely gone. If there Is
enough vitality left In the other to heal up, there ls
hope.
I have seen many persons cured with only one
sound lung, live and enjoy life to a good old age.
This ls what Schenck's Medicines will dc. to cure
Consumption. They will clean out the stomach,
sweeten and strengthen lt, getup a good digestion,
and give Nature the assistance she needs to clear
the system of all the disease that ls In the lungs,
whatever the form may bc.
It Ls Important that while using Schenck's Medi
cines, caro should be exercised not to take cold:
keep la-doors in cold and damp weather: avoid
night air. and take outdoor exercise only lu a
genial and warm sunshine.
I wish lt distinctly understood that when I recom
mond a patient to be careful In regard to taking
cold, while using my Medicines, I do so for a special
reason. A man who has but partially recovered
from the effects of a- bad cold Is far more liable to
a relapse than one who bas been entirely cured;
and lt is precisely the same In regard to Consump
tion. So long as the lungs are not perfectly healed,
Just so long ls there Imminent danger of a fuU re
turn of the disease. Hence lt ls that I so strenu
ously caution pulmonary patients against exposing
themselves to an atmosphere that ls not ITU ulai and
pleasant. Confirmed ConsumpUves' luijs are a
mass of sores, which the least change of atmos
phere will Inflame. The grand secret of my suc
cess wIUi my Medicines consiste ?u my ability to
subdue Inflammation Instead of provoking lt, as
many of the faculty do. Ar. .ntiamed lung cannot,
with safetyto the patient, be exposed to the biting
^lasta of Winter or the chilling winds of Spring
t/ Autumn. It should be carefully shielded from
#11 Irritating Influences. The utmost caution
should be observed In thia particular, as without lt
a cure under almost any circumstances ls an 'inpos
sibility.
The perron should be kept on a wholesome and
nutritious diet, and all the Medicines oontimed
anUl the body has restored to ll the natur?: quanUty
of flesh and strength.
I was myself cuMdby this treatment or the worst
kind of Consumption, and have lived to gei fat and
hearty these many years, with one lung mostlv
gone. I have cured thousands since, and very
many have been cured by this treatment whom I
have never seen.
About the First of October I expect to take posses
sion of my new building, at the Northeast Corner of
Sixth and Arch Streets, where I shall be pleased to
give advice to all who may require lu
FuU directions accompany all my Bemedlca, so
that a person In any part of the world mn bo
readily cured by a strict observance of ttic esme
J. H. SCHENCK, M.D.,'
Philadelphia.
JOHN F. HENRY, 8 College Place,
New York, wholesale Agents
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