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01 WOUND SY
tOOF oj the qzeyof Dr.
'sCompowas byrupof Pru
or. Wild Chery.
wu;-corner of Second street
illis of Germantown road, dfec
e er symptoms were, gene
lityeatended with a constautogh,
Ain ' ihe side, breast. nd backh with
r symptoms indicative of Pulmonary
iseasO, not essential to intimate. After
.11s; the second bottle of this invaluable
inedicin., her cough entirely disappeared,
und her strength increasing fast,-and by
tIfe time she used iwo 'otdes more, she
found herself freed fromall pain and other
inpleasant symptoms which attended her
discose. She is ow eqjoying perfect
health, and willing to give any toforma
tion respecting her ere: likewiserecom
neuds this Syrupiao all? afflicted, with ia
Cough or a Disease of the Lungs.
For sale by D.Swayne at 54 North sixth
st. Philadelphis,-and by
S D. CLARKE& Co,Drurgists.
Corner Centre and Mercer streets, Ham
burg S. C.
june 35 tf 20
HlAVING purchased of Messrs. Bryan &
Minor, their entire sek of Good in the
Merchsiit Tsibring Busiess, in this place,
we lread take this method or informing our
friends and the ublic generally, that they can
be inised at the old stand or Bryan & Mi
nor. with Clothing. on as good tern). and not
in1ferir in qaity to any amilar establishment
in ths Southern country. We intend to keep
vontand at all times. a good stock of
English & French Cloths,
aid CAssnsaas. selected in the New York
. .-d Philadelphia Markets, together with all
otber articles i one line; and to those who fa
vor s with their patronage in this busines, we
iwood say that every exertion on our part shall
be, ted to give perfect satisfaction.
GOODE & LYON.
yIanuary 1. 1842. it 50
ot Willing Academy,
-HE Exerciaes of thiis Institution will be
opened, on the first Monday in Janu ary
oest, under the direction of Mr. John K. John
ulon, whose long experience in Teaching and
eerrecet deportment. we trust will entitle the ii-,
sidtatio to a large share of public confidence.
- TERMS or TUITIO!.
Reading, Wriin, and Arithmetic, per
quar ofU,1. weeks, $3 00
Fglush Grammer, Geo-ralhy. 4 00
nutlosophy, Chemistry,Un and Greok
Languages, G 00
Sureying,, 10 00
To beya in advance,
Good B d may be obtained from $6 to $8
per mth. J. B. SMITH. Chairmax.
J. R. WILSON, TrasurCr,
1H. C. IERLONG,
A. S. DOZIER.
Dec 22 tf 47
State of South Carolina.
G EO, POPE. c. c. r.
tkerk's Oficee. Dec. 15, 1841. c. sge 47
T HE Subscriber offers for sale the wedll
known House in Aiken, fronting on the
Rail Road, andi known as MARSH 5 HO0.
TlEL. The house has been kept as a Public
lionse for several years. and contains 40 rooms
double and single, the gr ater portion of them
with fire pisees. Uponb premises arc like
ww all necesrwy ont buildings. kitchens, nee
pro houses and stablinig for 100 horses, in the
sard is an excellent well of water.
*Terms one third cash, the balance on a credit
of one and two years.
Also-Forty or fify unimproved Lots. hand.
soely situated, within the corporate limits of
Aiken. Apply to
JOHN MARSH, .-liken.
Dec f 4-,
* IGHT JU.VDRED
'TRENCH FRUIT TREES. ROSES AN
* - CAhHILLIAS.
7U DE subscriber has just received from Pa
-..ris, by the ship Otympi.a, achoicc collec
- innoPEARSAPPLES. PLUMS. PEACH
T.5, CHERRIES. A PRICOTS. A LMOND)S,
nnad IIADEIRA WALNUTS, which he offers
ioar sale either singVl or by the bundle, each
bunle ontins10 ears, 5 Apples. 5 Peaches,
5 Apricots, 5 Plums, 3 Cherrnes, 2 Almonds,
and 2 Madeira Walnuts, and are beautifully
p~acked. The Trees, as far as examined, se
- 4among the finest ever imported into this city,
uind are well worthy of teattention of those
wishing to obtain good Fruit. The varieties
* At.so-A few choice ROSES and CAMIL.
J. D. LEGARE, 81 East Bay.
* Charleston, Feb. 15 March 9 if 0
STRAYED from the subscriber about the
1st 'ast. a dark brown or brindled no horn
tid COW. largeusze, and her alf. Also asmali
rized spotted COW, has been aissing for about
17 months. JIfthey are markted, it is aceross
and under bit in the right ear, and swalow fork
i in the lent. Any information respecting them,
will be thankfully received by the subscriber.
SAIUEL STEVEN S.
Ihamburg. 16th May, 182.'
nay 25 St 17
F "6 C. Damnotte's" brand, for sale by
SCRANTON & MEIGS:
44-- 4t 14
E~very description executed with
C J. G L V ER respe ctfully an nonneeto
9 hisftHends and the public generally.that
havingfteelved a large supply of superior ma
terials, he is now prepared to repair or build to
order any description of CA RRIAG ES, which
in beauty of model and permanency of work
nanhip, shall not be surpassed by any in the
Southerm market. ie is likewise prepared to
manufactnre HARNESS, and to have done at
his establishment all kinds ofBLACKSniTH
ING; and hopes by promptness and strict at
tention to business, to merit a share of public
may 4 .f 14
SPARTANBURG DISTRICT, S. C.
T IlS HOTEL, twelve miles south of the,
Court loimsbe, will be upenied this Sum
mer for the reception of persous who may de
sire the benefits of the waters. The Proprietors
deem it unnecessary t) say any thing in com
mendation of these waters. lHundreds snatch.
ed frsm a premature griave, by their lecaling er
ticacy, can bear ample testimony of their vir.
tues. The P1roprietors. have en;aged the ser.
vices of Mr. and Mrs. Murray, s the liHotel,
who with one of the Proprietors. will always
be present to contribute to the cotnforts of those
who may 'isit the Spritngs.
We will sell Lots to persons who may wish
to asumser it, or live there penanently.
07 There is a Stage Coarh leavin; Coluim
bia every Tuesday and Friday moring. run
ning ditect to Gleenn Spring*.
JOHN R. GLENN,
WM. C. CAMP.
JOHN C. ZIMM3ERMAN.
ma 11 6t 15
New Boot and Shoe
T l E Subscriber informs his friends, that
,-b ha provided himiselrwith the beg ma
teriale fot making fine BOOTS and SHOES.
anl hn. commenced business at Pottersville.
The best eviden-ce fof thanks tht he can give
hi,, friends and the puiblic, for their patronage
which he hope-s to merit. 1a to insure good asnd
fashionable work. espon termx to suit dew tinei.
STEVEN A. BROWN.
UT Repairin-g dune at the shortebt no-ice.
mssay 4 3t 14
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON I-LEAS.
Lewis Culbreath, Declaration in As
John Seurry. Foreign Attachasent.
Samuel 31. Chappell, Declaration in As
John Scurry. Foreign Attachment.
T HE plaintiffs having this day filed their de
carations in the above cases. itn my office,
and the defendant having no wife or attorney,
known to be within -'' - -
J OilN B. HOLMES, tolls before me,
ta Spanishb roan IA R E. body inchined to
he white, some marks of gear, 4 fee' 9 inches
high,. supposed to he fourteen years old; p
praised by D. White. B. Howard, and J. C.
Thomas. a tf Aieon dolasss, and can be seen at
Maj. lolmn', near D~elauyhter's M ilon Teur
key Crack. Before mae this25th of May, i612.
B. MA RTIN, Magistrate.
june 8 4m 19)
State of Mouth Carolina.
ADRRlILL E DISTI|ICT.
TOLLID hefore mae. this ninseteeni. day
tof A pril le642, bsy AIle'n hsinmpherica,. nf
Alebeville lDitrics, one hay htOltSE, eight
Sear, old. 13 hsanaa 2 inaches lhigh. right lhmd
fot whlia.-. tiaddle uuairks on. both sidea of his
baeck. very msuchl cresst fasllens; a star sn his
lace. A. F. WIMBISII. J P.
je. 8 4mt 19
State of <outhi Carolina
A MlOS BA NKS, living nets. Capt Jacob
Lonsg', ins time lowers part of thais district
tolls before ase one yellow sorrel MtAR E, withs
a blazed face. bmotha haind feet white, about 14
handses hi;:h. aundl anppo.sed to be about tens years
sald. Apperuiwed at 435e.
I. B. BlO'KNIG lHT, Magistrate.
may- I8 4en 16
State of South Carolina.
JOlIN FOY. tiving in the Fork of Wilson's
~Creek assd Salsida river. t'-lls before me,
one bright bay llORSE, ten years old. sosme
whlite itn his face. ene whlite spot een each side
ofhis back and Isis wethers, main htangs on thse
lent side. foutrte-en anid a hsalf hsandis highs. Aps
praised by David Hardesn. ldliam Buckhalter,
and Oliver H ede-n, at twentv-five dasliars.
TIHOS. NICHOI'LS, Magistrate.
A pril 20 m4tt 12
State of Soutih i arolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
C. Jali-seck. Duarainin Alttackaneat.
W H EREA S thse Plaiunti'ins thse above sta
ted case, has this day tiled his declaration
againast the D~efensdant, who is absent from. and
wsthouet the limits of thus State. as it is said, hav
ing nseither wife nor attorney, known within the
same, on whom a copsy ofthse declaration with a
rule to plead thereto, might be served. (I tider
ed, that thse Defendant plead to the seaid declara
tion, within a year and a day, from the date
thereof, othserwise final and absolute judgment
will be awvarded against lsim.
Clrks oeeGEO. POPE, c. c. r.
Oct._18,_1843. age Jlo
ASPLENDID new PIANO FORTE, on
termsato suit thse times, apply to Mr. E. 0.
Bacon, or Mr. A. A. Clarke, at Edgedleld C. H
march 6 tf 6
AFREMH supply of various descriptions
I.and prices, just received and for sale by
may 4 4; JM
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMM0' EAS.
WU. M. Steaie.
rIHE Plaintitlrhavin ia iLAled his
Declaration in my o aw Defend
ant having no Wife or A IkI *Anownto be
within the State, on who 4.fthe same,
wite aruile to plead.touldbesord. Iis or
dared that the Defendant p$i tithe said dec
laration within a year and lay; er final and
absolute judgement will bee~ aainst him.
GEO. -PE, C. C. P.
Clerk's Ofice, I . - 47
Dec.18,1841. o 4e , 50 47
Stat4 of South lina.
IN THE COMMO*AEAS.
ABBEVILLE DIE 1 UCT.
Mouning S Patterson,
Executrix, vs. is
A. V. Cox.
T HE Plaintif'havi this gled his de.
claration in myo ,athd Defendant
having no wife or anorney kinpn he with
in the State upon whom a sopyX ndb he served
with a rule to plead. On Zain. ordered
that the Defendant do plead to.9hsaid declar
ation within a year and a day ftm this date. or
final and absolute judgment sall 'beAwarded
J. F. LIVINGSTON;'. C. r.
Clerk's Office, -
Sept 30, 1841. n a T age 36
State of South Coolina.
IN THE COMMON-LEAS.
5'H E P'laintif' having tbiTIy filed his
U de.:laration in this case, l 6i ofie, and
the defendant having no wiferalisrasy, known
to be within this State. on who of said
declaration, with a rule to served.
It is ordered, that the said defemst do plead
to the said declaration. w"'*- ' and a
day from the publication of hh.s, or final
and absolute judgment will be against
GEO. PQ 4.c. P.
clerk's Ofte, Edgefleld C. H. F&b 2 1842.
March 2 . ly 5
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON RfLEAS.
Anson Mobley, in At
L. It. IPixley.
W HIEREAS the Plaintiin the abcre
stated case, has this day Iled his
Declaration agaisni the De"t ,U who is
absent from and without the iaets of(this
State, as it is said, having wife nor
attorney, known within the - on whom
a copy of the Declaration IF a rule to
Plead thereto, might be : Ordered
that the Defendant Plead to '!aid Dec
laration, within a year and .-, from the
date thereof, otherwise final I absolute
judgment will be awarded --h-* im.
GEORGE POR c.
Clerk's Office aqe 44
Nov. 27, 1841.
endant do plead. wtthin a year End a day from
his date, or final antd absolute jndgment will
be awarded against him.
OR ASM US D. A LLEN,. c. c. r.
Offie of Commos Pieas, -. a e
Darnwell District, Septr. 24, 184L (.,*
State of' soulth Carolina.
ABHE VILLE DISTRICT.
I.V TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
Trammel & Jones,
T H E ntin' in th case, humi. filed his
dirtioi my office, and th~e Defen
dants having neither wives, nor att vneys. onl
whomna copy of the said declaration."'h a rule
to plead thereto, might ho ssgved: ,da dred.
that the said Defendants do appear and' plead
to the sald declaration, within a year r..; a
frotm the date of this os der, or Anal and absojlut,.
judgment will be awarded 'gis them.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTN. c. c.'p.
Clerk's Offre. Dee. 16, 1841. ago 4'1
state of' South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
cs. Decdarateioa MnAsucpsit.
Win. HI. brennan,
for the use' of
WVm. Seurry, -Dederation ina Dek.
T lIE plaintffi naving tIns day filed their
declarations in the above stated cases, iu
my office, and thme defendant hav'u no a ife or
attorney, known to be within this State, on
whom a copy of said declaratiogs, with t rule
to plead shall be served. It is aiere at the
said defendant do plead to thesiaid declaratians
withina a year and day from thigmublication of
this order. or final and absolute-jadgment will
be awarded against him.
GEO. POPE, C. C.?r.
Clerk's Off c, w
27th May, 1842. ly 18
State of' South Carolina.
Thomas Berry, Applicant,)
Ruth Martin, Defenda.
IT appearng to mythat Ruth
IMartin, the defendant in thi case reside
without the limits of this stat., I is therefore
ordered. that she appears and objects to the di
vision or sale of the real estati of Elizabeth
lill, dee'd., on or before the irs Monday in
September neat, or herconn.ewi18 ho entered
OLIVER TOWfES, o.:s n
June 10, 1842. 3m 20
S. S. TOIRPRINS,
I ~L~ tepnd tolywny profession
B. Presley's brick store.
may 4 41 14
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J011 N WV. YARBOROU~I.
Hamburg. Feb. 15 if 6
Broug~ht to the Jail
O F this District, a negro manm who says his
tamne :s Joseph. and that lie be-longs to
John-Patterson, of 3Mackies Islamnd. S C.. of~
light complexion. largc whiskers from car to
ear.5 fee! n inches high.
Trhe owner ii requested to come forward.
prove property pay charges and taikehim away.
Jan. 5, l?'-l f 49h
E DGi-:r-'IELD DISTR ICT.
IN T HlE COMMON P.E AS.
Uirittonm Mimnms, vs. Dedarauion in .lttach
Ilhne" & Sinicha ir, mentt.
W IERtEAS the Plaintiffin time aboe sa
.e' ase. has this day tiled his declara
tion against the Dcfendants, who are absent (room,
sad withmout the limnits of this State. a'. it is said,
hnhag ueither wife nor attorney. known it ihin
the sani o,,n whom n copy omf the declaration
with a rulue ~lead thereto might be searved:
Ordered, that Defendants plead to the said
declaration, wii~ year atnd a day. from the
date thereof. otherwi.sfAual amid absolute jumdg.
ment will be awarded anost thenm.
Clerk's Ofe, G EO'>POPE. c. c. P.
Oct. 8,l$1. $age 38
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PI.E AS.
Stewart & Coat, Decdaration
vs. on Attarchment.
John Scurry. Assumnpsit.
Rut'& Johnoston, Dedaratio~n
vs. on Atltachment,
John Scurry. Debt.
T lIE plaintifi having this day filed their de
clarations inm my ofh'ce, and thme defendnmtI
having no wife or attorney known to be within
the State, on whmom a copy of thn same. with a
rule to plead, could be served. ltis. ordered,
that the defendant plead to time said declaration,
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
judgment will be given against him.
GEO.. POPE. c. c. e.
E O qe. aqe 10
30th AMarch, 184'
State of South (Carolna.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
B. . Debt,Foreign Attachmenit.
L. B. Pixhey.
T H E Plaintiff havin this day filed his de
claration iu my ofce, and the defenidanit
having no wife or attorney,known to be with
in the State, on whom a copy of the same, with
a rule to plead, could be served: It is ordered,
that the defendant plead to the said declaration
within a year and a day, or final and aissolute
udgment will he given against him.
GEO. POPE, c.cr
Clerk's Oic, Dec. 16, 184i c. aqe 47
ALUM SPRIG PEA&;,
ror Toy. ca or
Dyspepsia, Scrofuious and Caronie LAi
T HESE Pills are prepared by Dr.
R. ,a mptsell, frot the water of C
highly celebrated Mineral prings.
Rockbridge county Va., called the Alu
springs. Tnes waters in their efe
upon ili system are tonic, increasing i
appetite, and promoting digestion; they a
alternative, eaciting'tbe secretions of t
glandular system generally, and particul
of the liver and kidneys they are cathart
producing cupious. dark, bilious cvacu
lions; and they also effect a determinait
to the surlsce. increasinA the perspiratit
Fron ti'e combination of all these efet
upon the e)Mt iem, they area great porilier
the blood, and equalizer ol the circulatic
The etlect of the Pill#. made rrom the
Uaters, are in all respects, similar to i
water itself, and each pill is equal to a cot
mon glass of water. For the cure of r
above diseases, and all other chronie (
slow) diseases, preseverance in the use
these Pills, according to the directions gi
etis in the iall bills, accompanying ti
pilli, iis alt importat; and if they are pe
veringly used us directed, a cure may I
more c-rtainly expected, chat under at
other treatment heretofore discovered. e:
cept from the use of the water, from whic
they are prepared either by an attendan
at the Springs or otherwise. They ve
speedily cure diarrhwas attended wi
ateidlity of the stomach, a:.d what is coll
monly called heart-burn; two or three pil
say lie takes at any tium, % hen the ston
sach is troubled wath acidity, with the hal
piest effect. Toeve Pills have an exce
lent elli-ct in, prevttcing the attacks i
nervous or a'ick-headactie; frum three i
six pills abould be taken at once, i len i
symitdsi ate felt.
These wraters are an effectual remed
for all henorrhages; and as the Pills hs
the saine elfiact its ther cases, it is belive
they %%ill alsoa have the saie elf'ct in cast
of hemorrhage. They cure dropsies i
sonie cases but are not atn infalible rem(
d% in all castes of his disease.
Front the efficacy of these waters anl
pill, in purelfing the blood, they are it
valuable in she cure of all diseases ol tb
skin, aud all indolent sores, not dtaposed i
a healthy action. itn the use of them ft
such diaeisses. if Ie disease of e skin al
pears to be rietated at first, or if the nice,
becose more ullamed and discharge mot
freely, let not tinsercumstance alarm an
one, or deter him fromu persevering su the
use. Tiese are evideices of the good e
lecti of the PiOls in expelling the vitiate
humors Crum the blood to the surface, an
until the blood as purified. such disease cats
not be cured. lu scrofuluns ulcers, it:
ust of these waters mail pills, invariabl
cause them to dtsctiarge more freely, au
in a short time, of a store healthy appea
auce. They are a scry nseful ret'-cdy i
Cholera licuinum or the sutimer bow
complaint in ch:idren; as also for expedis
wornis from children. They immedias.
ly give a good appetite. promote diges:ioi
-'"i--seivlv correct and cure aead
tie blood; ai
low and u:
eatly to the
ir a fortrtidht
. .. ........... cry spring ac
fall season, as a presentative, and to but!
tp constitutions broken dowcn by previus
attacks of fever.
These Pills .are a valuable assistant
th,- use and eflicacy of sulpuroius ansd z.:
line maineral waters, ande three or fouar
theem taken each day, sat dd1l'erent time
whichs int attendieaunce rat othser miners
sprinwuldl add grealsly to the cutratis
effects of these waters.
These waters an-1 pills are worthy:
lie notssice of the Medeicatl Facu lsy; andi
heir ha~ndls wouHl be a "a luabtle ticklei
the treatmtenri of mssany dliseases, uotherni i,
tnanfetstagale. In ;tmentorrhOa, dytsmer
orrho~ka andie luchorrboac. she wate'r,
the Alum Spsritng are peculiarly cii
caciotte ; and we hselieveo thea pills mad~
from these waters, nonecld have the san
eTect in the treastment of those disease
that the water has; therefore, we wonl
recimmsed a trial oh thaeum. lby the Facu'
tv, int chose diea'ses. Tlhe-e Pills are cas
lv taken. uitang' no naunsceus tnste, nri
ierfeerly safe. its all case's where nective Ia
ver dlops not e'xist sad do tnt sicen lie
sous w' hile utsing thsems.
Jit~t received and for ssle bsy J. I
TIIB3ETS. s the Edgefield SheeStora
mtay I, 1842 cf 15
VEGETAl LIFKE PILLS AN
ORIGlN OFr TilE Lltt MlEDICINES.
111EI reader may nlot perhaps lhe awn
thant tht esigmt of toTt'ts Life' afediciwe
was the reult of' a parotratctedI anid pasifuli
nss oftheiruorigitnatcr. Mir John Mestint WVh
taken ill. Mr. .1. waes a prospsereons and flou
isiung mnerchanit ten the lower part of thte city
New Yor k; and hav ing cnsute'd ansd empiloy
a numtber of ousr mitst skilful phtysteiians. hs
afer meeeths oif sufferitig. was prevailed ups
to purct-hase the ree'tpe otf the invainnable weg
table psre'parationi stow ofl'eredl to the public.
The effect of the Life Mfedicines ina Ihis os
case was so scigular andI remarkable. thiat I
immseliately determined to offer to the world
medcinie to. which be not only owed his if
bit bite happmineues. The unifor'm success whic
leas ,ince attended their aadminisration in ev
rinstancre. where a fair trial lha been givt
them. bas beets attested by thousands. asi
contestibly proves their intrinsic merit.
TsizE LaFE 31ED:CteNEs-G sEKRAL. RENA REs
These medicines are indebted for their natn
to their manifest and sensible actions itt pu~ri
ing the sprintgstand chsannelsol life, and enduit
them wvith renewed tone and-1'igor, and to, ci
undoubted fact that at a veryv esarly peio
their history they bad recuted sufferers froc
the very verge dan ontimely grave, afser a
the deceptive nostrumbs of the day. prescribe
by pheracianss, had utterhy failed, in whichlc
sea thory also prmnetly secured that unaifot
enoyment otilesith, wvithount which life itsc
is bt a pata 'blessing. So greait indleed bh
the'ir ey, inivariably proved, that it is
scarely lears than miracu los to those who we
uncqu~ainted ',vith the beautiftully philosopi
cal principles upon wich.l they were comnpouns
ed, send upon sshich they consequently act.
in kui Na"WN
it M rta __
be BLOOD TO
ie found a ce
ar dekility and SaN
c, statunoins. As a re
u- flanmay Rhematism,
Phmwuix iitters will be demo
of a simgle battle.
The p t opritir rejoiceh in the opportunity af
Corded b tie dmtiusun if the press for n
" ohi VElTA BLE LIFE %lEDIlCNE with
in the knowledge and r,-ach ofevery individual
se in the commuuity. L(Ilike .the bst of Perm
be cious quackeries, A hicb hbost of vegetle in
1 gredi-ta, tie Lire Pills are purily amnd SOLTEL
le Yr~A.x, nmid cotialin neither Mercury, An
Lr tinmomy, Arsenic, nor any otier mineral, in any
of f-n whatever. They on- entirely coiproied
o of extracts from rare and powerful plants, the
' virtues of whicih though long known to several
It Indinis tribes, and receitly to some eminent
r- pharmacentical chemists. are altogether un
se known to the ignorant pretender to medical
V science; and were never before administered
in so happily eflicacious a combination.
The first opetation is to loosen from ite coats
'. the stomanch Bnd bowels, the varios impu
.e rities and crndiie cannstantly settling around
Y them; and to remove dehardened faes whicir
h collectinthe convolutioem ofthe small intestines.
3- Other medicines only partially ceanse these;
Is and leave suche collected maxes behind as to
. produce habitual cortiveness, with all its train
of evils, or sudden diarrhea, with its imminent
i dangers. The fact is well known to all regular
anatomlists, who examine the human bowels
after death; and heice the prejudice of thes
0 well informed me n against the quack medicines
le of the age. The second effiect of the VEGE
T UILE LIFE iILLS is to cleanse the kid
heys and rie bladder. and by this means the
liverand the lungs. the healthful action of whics
d em.'irel1 depends mm pot the regularity of the
I urinary organ. Tie blood. which takes its
red color from the agency of the liver and the
" lungs before it passes into the heart, being thus
purified by theirm. and nourished by food com
tmg from aclean stomach, courses freely through
d the veins, renews every part of thesystem, and
triumphantly mounts the banner of health in
the blooming cheek.
The foilowing are among the distressing va
riety of hu.,.an diseaes, to which the Ve ta
mr ble Lmfe Pils are well known to be infallil:
0. DYSPEPSIA. by taoroughly cleansing the
11 first and second stomache, and creating a flow
e of pure healthy bile, instead of the stale and
Y acnd kind :- Fltuleny. Palpitation Of the
ir fleart. Less of Jpptite, lteart-burn and Head
Sace, Restlesess. aIll-temper, Anxiety. Langour
aud MeadexeAly. %hich are the general symp.
d toms of &ypepsia, will vanish. as a natural
cosquenc t Ils cure. Costiweaeu, by cleans
1 ing the whole length of the intestines with a
eC solvent process, and without violence: all vin
y lent purges le-aves tie bowels costive within
d two days. Diarrhea sond Cholera, by removing
. the sharp acrid fluids by which these conmplaints
are! occasioned, and by promoting the lubrica
tive scerenons of the mucous membrane. F
rers of all kinds. by restoring the blood to a
c regular circulation through the process of per.
spiratinon in mimie cases, and the thorough solu
i, will of all intestinal obstructions in others.
1The Lifte Medicine., have been known to cure
. . heamatism pernaienty in three weeks, and
d (out im halt the time, by removing local infam.
h '"'u"' from the inuscles and ligaments of the
jolels Dn - --&(agkid ,by keslm W.q
seateinwgie wpg~ ey and bldw A
i operate most del'ghtfully onthose iaaportantor
gan., aid hence ve ever teen found a cear.
mm tris remedy for ihe worst cases of Grared. Also
ir IWor'ms, by dislodging from the turnings of thd~
i.bowels the mimy matter in which these crea
l ures adhere: Asthma and C 's ,tim by re
e liering the air vessels of the inng~s from the mu
ens, which even slight colds will occasion,
whlich if nut remnoved beconmes bardened, and
produces those dreadful diseases. See, Ut.
o cers. amnd Ineclreae Sores, by the perfec purit
m. which thmose Life Pills give tothe blood, andal
*f the hmuuors: Seorbutie Erusptions and Baid Cost
plezions. by the'ir alternative effeet upon the
' luids that feed the skin, the morbidi state of
.1wich occasions nil Eruptive complaints, Sal
0 lore, 'loud.and other disagreea~e Complrieus.
The use of these Pills for a very short time, will
,feffect aim entire cure of Salt RAcim, Eryuipds,
rmamnd a strikimng improvenment in time Clearness of
the sl.mn. Cosmmon Colds and Inftuen:a, will
always h; scured by one inose, or by two, even
ino the iniorst cases. Piles-as a remedy for
ii. es distremiing anmd ribstinate malady, the
Vegetaible Life Pills deserve a distinct and em
- pharic recomimendattin. It is well known to
e hmudreds in ihis cmitv. that time originator of
e these valuable Pills 'was himruielf afflicted wvith
thie complaint for upwvardns of ukirty-,eec years,
alnm.4 thas lhe tried in vain every remedy prescri
hed within the whole compa,. of the Materia
Medica. ile howvever. at length. tried the Me
-dicinme which he inow offers to die public, and
h te n as enire'd in a very mihort iime, after his re
-covery liad beetn p ruioonned not only improba
-ble, but absolutely imipossible, by any human
All that Mr. Moffti requires of hiss patients
' s to ibe particular in taikinug the Life Medicintes
-strictly according to thme directions. it is not by
a necwspa~per inotie, or hy anty thiing that lhe
himself may say in their iavonr, thsat hiopestogain
credit. 1t im a Iomme by the result., of a fair trial
Adesce to k emals.-Females whto value cd
health ulhouli neer he without the Life 3ledi
cines as thmey purify the blood, remove Obstruc
re tiomns, amid give thme skini a beautiful, clear, heal
is thy, and bloouimi; appearance.
II- To P'arentis and others.- Persons of a pletho
an rc habit, whlo are. subject to lits, headache, gid
r- diness, uduienm ol signt, or drowsiness, from
a f too great a dlow of blood to the hmead, should
Lditke it tregnsently. Lhiidretn, and persons of
e,. all age<,. mamy take iliew at any time, as they do
n not conitam nerenry,* or any ingredient that re
--quires tou iininemt or restriction of diet.
ITn Elderly i'ersons.-5Many healthy aged in
n dlividuauls. who know the v'alue of Mofft's Life
e Mledicinies, make it a rule to take them two or
athree innes a week, by which they remove the
catuses that prodeo disease, preserve their
hhealth, andt keep off the inifirmities of age.
fIradsmmf'tamdies abould always keep a quan
ii tity ottlhe LaeMei.Iidicnes in the house, as arem
. dv m eases of sudden illness; for by their
Ipromnpt nadmmmistritmotn, Chmelera Mhorbus, Gout
im lhe stonmach, (rampm, Spasnms. Fevers, and
othier nlarmiin;:ucomplaints, which too ofien
prv atiaa he speedili cured or prevented
k'acts for Mothers and barses.-It is ik
established by the antunal bills of
one h Ialf of the children born d6
euttaittng seven years of th
so~c of this mortalit
loul state of the .n
dadcem thme genseraten ef" sAassA
restorer of lfa lp.Iahiu' a~I
the Life Mediulnes have be s1di
mf edkrepeutatiaauad lfor (.i
ad and bowelsilnconvaus
Smay noteezast it ls allowdte