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4 &fG'D ST rICT. S. C.
UOTEL, tweI mvailes south of the
-r H in(Ifouse. will b6 bpined this Sum
aut tis reception of persons 'who ay de-1
4W he benefts of the waters. The Propretors
ik unnecessary to say any thin i com
.,Aiaof these "aterm Hundreds snatch
d tedignia premature grave. by their healing ef
Scsay, ean bear ample testimony of their vkr
es. The Pro rietors.' ave engaged the ser.
- oifes oMr. Mrs. Murray, in the Hotel,
.whowith one of the Proprietors. will always
be peseant contribute to thecomorts ofitbos
arboasy visit the Springs.
we.wil sell Lots tq persons who may wkh
- -f~madmar it, or ive there prnCetly
C7Tbete is a-Stage Coach lNavin$ Colum
bia every Tuesday and Friday tuormng. run
ing dirt to Glenn SprugL.
-Y JOHN B. GL .NN,
waI. C. CAMP,
JOHN C. ZIMMERMAN.
1.'11l . t In
New Boot audShoe
- ~ ESTSIBLsH.IIrA'T.
HE Subscriber infroms his friends, that
he has provided himself with the best ma
als for making.flno BOOTS and SHOES.
and has commeaced business at Pottersvile.
The best evidenca of tianks that be can give
his friends and the public, for their patronage
Which he hqpesto merit. is to insure good and
fashipablowork. upon terms to suit the times.
STEVEN A. BROWN.
67 Repaoag done atthe shorteat notice.
W may4 11 14
-~'~ Moun Wil --gIn oio v it e
Pr HE Exercises of tint tutil
opened. on the first Monday in Jannary
i nelt, under the direction of Mr.John . John
Y ston, whose long experience in Teachiig ant
corect deportment. we trust will entitle the in
stitation toalarge share of public coniidence.
TXAas or TUrrION:
.- C. aRading,tr, and Arithmetic, per
quarter of1 weeks, $: 00
drasno rCGeography, 4 00
; . Pos phy,Chemistry, Latin and Greek
SLaniguiages, - 10 00
To . ! in advance,
God Bord may be obtained from $6 to $8
J. B. SMITH. riairman,
e L, AL WILSON. TreaUrrer,
A. S,. DOZIER.
- - if 4V
State of Ciat' (arolinia.
THE CO.MMON PLEAS.
the-Plantif in the above
stated case, has this day filed his
Deelaration agaisnI the Defendant, who is
absent fromr and without the limits of tis
-.State/asia is said. having neither wife nor
-attorney. kuown withini the same, on whom
C a'cepyotjhe Declaration with a rule to
Plead.Jhereto, might be served: Ordered
thsat the Defendant Pload to the said Dec
lrtratiotn, within a year and a day, from the
date thereof, otherwise final and absolute
-jndgment.will be awarded agatinst him.
C GeaR'E POPE, c. c. p
~~'. ~Ne,. 27, 1841. e4
8 atQ of southa Carolina.
- - - BBEVILLE DISTItICT.
- IN THE C0OtMON PLE AS.
~ '~William AecCarley,
~. 731 HE Plaintiff in te case, having filed his
r .declaration in my office, and the Defen
;.4 dants having neither wire.., not attorneys, on
2J 'whoma copy of the said declaration, with a rule
to plead thereto, might he served: Ordered,.
ihat the said Defendants do appsear and plead!
to the said declaration, within a year and a day
~ ~ from the date of this order, or final anid absolute
- . jdgmnent will be awarded ngainst them.
JNO. F. LUVlNGSTON. c. c. r.:
r fre, De. 16. 14l. ao 47
-' . e ~d Aontti ' 'nrollila.
- RAR e, 1-2.L DISTRICT.
LN T11li (UAMN PL EAS.
J N Tas~.:. trenn Anachment,
- E . plaintiffinlthe above case, having this
Iday filed is declaration in amy office, and!
known be in this State. on whom a copy can
served: On imotion-Orderedt, that the da-.
~nanot do plead, within a year and a day from
- hsdate, or Ginal and absolute judgment wilt
be awarded against him.
O ORASMUS D. ALLEN, c. c. r.
OFe. of! Conmos Pleas, age
-Darnwell District, Se ptr. 24. 1841. 3__5_
& State of South Carolina.
DY OLIVER TOWLES, Esquire,
19Ordinary of Edgefreld District.
,,. ~**,Whereas, Arthur VWebb, bath appli
<r i' ed'c to mo for Letters of Adminiistrnavin
de bonus non, on all and singular the goods
andchattels, rights and credits of Turner
WVebb, Iate of the District aforesaid, tic
-.These are, therefore, to cite and admon.
1sh all and singular, the kindred and credi
tors of the said deceased. to be and appear
before me. at our next Ordinary's Cotirt for
.~%~the said District to be holden at Edgefleid
Court -House on the 4th) day of July,
3~ 842.to show eause, ifany, why the satd
Administration should not he granted.
*Given under my hand and seal this 4th
4Jof July, one thousand eighbt -hun
hetd~and forty two. and in the sixty-sixth
~.TOWLES, o. E.D.
HE'IfANION~ HOUSE BATH, .is
'4 8. TOYIPKIlIS,
VILL attrnd punctually to any poresaon
al busines entrustetd to. chiearge',
Office at 6Erige64l bourt House, over Mt E.
B. Presley'' brick stoie. , "
H AVING purcha.-d of Meassk.-B ryan &
Minar, their enti itiock of Goods in the
Merckamd Tailoring Oasains, In this place,.
we- would tak thi miethod of informing our:
friends and the public generaly.-that they can
be furnished at the old stand f Bryan & Mi
nor. with Clothing, on a good terms. and not
inferior in quality to any similar establishment
in the Southern country. We intend to keep
on handl at all times. a good stock of
Efiglish & French Cloths,
and Casusianas. selected in the New York
s-id Philadelphia Markets, together with all
other articles tn out line; and to those whao fa
vor us with their patronage in this business we
woud say that every exertion on our part shall
be used to give perfect satisfhetion.
GOODE & LYON.
January 1. 1812. ti 50
O J. GLOV ER respectfully announces to
. his friends and the public generally, that
having received a large supply of superior ma.
terialot. he iA now prepared to-repair or build to
order any description ofCA RRIAG ES. which
in beatiy of model and permanency of work
manship. shall nut It" surpassed by any in the
Soudera market. H e is likewise prepared to
mannfacture llA RN ESS. and to have done at
his establishment all kinds of BLACKS.nITH
ING t and hopes by promptness and striel at
tention to bu.inscw. to ment a whare of public
ay.4 tf 14
T 11" Subscriber oll-ra for sale thewell
T know n lionie in Aiken. frosting-on the
Rail Rond, and known as MARSH'S I10
TEL. The hoeuse lit been keptas a.Public
Hin-se for 'evern i years. anal contains 40 roains
donble and single. the greater portionl of thetms
with fire places. Upon the preisei are like
A m- all nee-smry ont huildinogw, kitclhens. ne
grn hotle and stablisg for 100 horses, in the
yard is an ercllent well of water.
Teris one third cah, the balance on a credit
of one and two years.
Also-Forty or fifly unimproved Lnos, hand.
somely situated. within the corporate limits of
Aiken. Apply to
JOllN MARSli. Aikea.
Dec 9 if 45
State of South f Carolina.
Thomas Berry, Applicant,
Ruth Martin. Defendant. -
IT appoaring to my satis aetion that Rnth
IMartin. the defendant in thit case- reside
without the limits oftliistate. I is therefore
ordered, that she appesa an4 objects to the di
vision or sale- of the real este of Elizabeth
ill, dec'd., on or bef.re the r t Mnday in
Sepeiibr nes, or her cosentlR be entered
.' OLIVER TOWLES. o. U. i.
June 10, 1842 3m 20
State of Soith Carolita.
IN THE COMMON E LEAS.
Lws Culbreath, -Decdsanrion in As
John Scurry. $Forea uschment.
Samuel A!. Chappell,) Decdaralion in Ar
lohn Scurry. i For.ig tacwment.
T lI E plaintiffs hawingt thitaday riled their de
clarations ini the above cases.itn my ollic,
and the defendlant having no wife or attorney,
known to be within thai. State, on whonm a co
ly of sad declaration. with a rule t,, plead, can
bo servedl. It is ordered, that the said defen
ani do plead to the said declarations. within. a
year and a day from thu public~atiatn of this or
~er, or final and absolute jtudgtment will ho
awaredi ag-iinst him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Oifre, a
2 May. 16N?. ly 18
State of' South Outrolinia.
IN TIlE COMlMON PLEAS.
A BBEVIL LE DIS IRIC'T.
Motrning S Pattersn, )Derdarariian
Exerutrix. vs. > & elaiat in
A. V. Cox. )Attachment.
Ig HI E Plainti frhavin.g this day filed his de
Sclaration in my otlice.atid the D~efendanit
havinag no wvife or attorney ktnown to be witha
a the State np1)1n whoa. a copy conid be served
with a rule to plend. Ota mbotioni. ordered
hat the D~efettdat do0 plead to the said declar
atiot withiat a year atal a day from this date, or
liitn.i an absolute judgmentt shall h~e awarded
J. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
Sept 30. 1I1I. n at- age 36
State of' *outha Carolina
A~,MO8g BANKS, living anen: Capt Jacob
Long's, in the lower part of this district
toll. before men one yellow sorrl M A RE, with
a blazed face, both hind feet wvhite. abotat 14
hads high,. anal .up posed to be about ten years
old. Appraised at $35.
R. B. BOUJKNIGIIT, Magistrate.
may I8 4mn 16
State or South Carolina.
J OHIN F(JY. living in the Fork of Wilson's
Creek and Saltida river. tealls before mie,
one brig ht bay liORS E. ten years old. souae
white in his lauce, one white spot ecn eacha side
oflis back aad his wecthers, tmain haan::s otn the
let side. fourteen and a half hands high. Ap
praised by David Hardena. William Buackhalter,
and Oliver Hleden, at twenty-five dallars.
THIOS. NICHOLLS, Magiutrate.
April 20 m4tt 12
State of soth Carolina.
rOLED before me, this ninseteenth day
U.of A pril 1842. 'ay Alilea liumpharies. of
Abbeville District, one bay HOhR8E, eipht
years okd, 13 hands 2 inches high, right hand
foot white, saddle amarks osa botha sides of his
badk, v-ery much crest fallen; a star in his
face. A. F. WIMI3ISHI. J P.
- jn8 . 4mt 19
'Breg rt fto the JaM~
F this District, a negro man who says his~
name as Jose-ph, and that he belongs to
Jo Pattrson, of Mlacktes Island, S 4,., of
lig copzin, arg whiskers from ear .t
The owner is rqested to com forward,
resepropry pa lagsand take hi~away.
CUGOQDMAN,.r a. D.
I eWon deM eOs
Ir. BVWAYNE'8 (COM.PO'ND SY
RUP OF PRUNUS VI RGINI.MA,
-OfR WILD C(HERRY
M ORE PROOF oj the epecy of Dr.
.sayne's Comrpean't .Syrup f Pru
1at Vitrgn*ana. or /fild (.herry.
Mmrs. IBrown, 'corner of Second street
aud the forks of Germantown road. efle P
tualty cured. Her symptoms were. gene Upt
raiebility, attended with a constanteough. ai'
Ipain- in the side, breast. and bnck with "it
other symptoms indicative of Pulmonary or
Disease. not essential to intimate. Alter
using the second bottle of ihis invaluable P ro
medicine. her cough entirely disappeared, ti:t
and her strength increst-ing fas.-and by
the time she need two bottles more, she
found herself freed from all pain and other up
unplensant symptoms w hicl attended her 1hP
disease. She ix n enjosing perfect 'rh
health, and willing to give nny inform- Wal
lion respecting her cure: like'wise recom wil
mends thi.s Syrup tit all ntllicted with a ion
Cough' or a Diseae af 'ie Ltngs. a h
Forsale by D,. Swayne:r 54 North sixth
st. Philadelp:in. nil y t
S- D. CLA IKE & Co.Drurgists. 'l
Corner Centre and 3ercer streets, 11am- pill
burg S. C. ve
June 15 tf 20 "o
EIGHT MfUNl"DRED six
FRENCH FRUIT TRElF. ROSES AN
CAMILI.A S. lor
T 11 E subscriber has just received froin Pa
T ris, by the ship Olympin. a cloice coll-c.
lion of PEARS, API'LIS. PLUMS. P-ACil- the
ES. CHElLRIES, APRICOTS. ALMONDS, O I
and 3ADEIRA WALNUTS, whirl he ofl'r sonr
for sale. either sinogly or by the hundle. each dy
bundle contains 1) Pear, 5 Apples. 5 Peaches,
5 Apricots. 5 Plumx. :1 Cherries. 2 Alonds.
and 2 Madeira Walnuts, and tire beantifully
packed. The Trees. as for as exanitned, ate rol
among the finest ever imported into this city, skit
and are well worthy or fite attention of those a h1
wishing tit obtain good Fruit. The varieties stie
are unexceptionable pen
AL.eo-A few choice ROSES and CA31L- he
J. D. LEGA RE, 81 East Bay. f
Clarles-on, Fet. 15 March 9 . tf 6 on
(F THE THIRD VoLUV or hna
The Hasnbuarg Joltsriaal, un
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O vears hah nearly elapsed since the n"t
lovitAl. first made its appearan.-e before C1
iblic, aIsked only a small share of pa- Cer
'l the time should wc:
s. The editor hapt now the pleastae o t
ncing that this drsired period has arrtv- ty
en; and he now earnestly solic*'a liberal sup
putt from the reading commur :. and the a
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with their support. The Girst numbe-r of the the
third voltumte will be issued on or ly '' g thte the
tntit day of A pril next. the
When the JOuRSLat..a abottt to be iuented he:
two years age.. prommeles were toade- lv the- pith- seue
lisehers to the pubelic, that the-y wontdl exert ndh
themselves indutt'trion-iy ande employ the he's at t
e0arts of their hutmbte n bilities to mtake their
paper entettninting, useful atnd instructive.- fl
Theese things have been futlilled: our time di "tP
money spetnt to tnaotain onr proisies. and brinz l att
out a paper every way worthy of the growmtg
prosper-iy cC Hlamnhtrg Atel. nowi that th,-se the
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Journal passed the gaol at which lucht enter- thc
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Mlany believed that the Janirnal -wa.s esta- elf
blished for certain private, party ptpoes.nntt
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in this belief. knowinig that T RUTII will work
its way and frowna down every thing theat Ileans t "r
to errur. lBut. nowy that we have suirmtomied 'ilah
every difriuty and spread our petnnant to the unf
biceze, we fearlessly proclaim, that the good of orr
H-amnburg alone itn every aitd any case. har been the
our eartnest design. lier intercst demands a cat
public paper, and we have stupplied her wvat
"Here shall the Press the Pcopl&e rights eff
Unawed by~ itnfienco nnabrihedi by gnin; : r
11ero Patriot Truth itseglorin.us precept. draw.
Pledged teo Religion,. Liberty nned Law." l
Promiseesewtre likewise made hv the ptublish.- -
erie, that their columns shuld not hbebturthtened I IC
with the partizani essntys and spectnlntiotns of the
day. These promises have hoen adheree to, SOt
and although we leave no great desire to launch
out en the troubhledl sea of politics, we shall TI
speak that which we may feel bottnd to do-con
demna the wrong, and hol tip light to the pen'
ple. let our wards offend whbat patty it may. It
is the ditty ofrtho press to watch over the'liber
ties or our commnon couteery. nund warn the peo
ple wsheniever danger is viseble. We adhere
to the Demneracy of this country. yet if this
party goes estrny. we shall etndenvor to. bring
it back by timely and virtnonis reproof. -
The duty ofa editor is a distinct and lofly
profesuion,. exercising great itifluenece over so
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sar-ed, anid we shall endeavor teo sutstnin and isa
cherish the mnotal age-ncies which the inttns Neh
of edntorship holds among the world. atnd en at
deavor to p.ersuade icir co-temporaries to imn, l
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froma infidelity to itseelf. ande Crom the inidi'--r
ece ande contetmpt or the pnublic; asert its
claims, vintdiente its diguity and exhort it to its
duty, by a straighlt forward virttntns corse !c
These adlmonitiont we have learned romn wise un~
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The eolumns of the Journal arm deivotedh to ha
Foreignt andl Domestle Kers. the Markets. I.ite. r
r-ature, Sciece. etc. Our readers will be fur th
mished with correct information in relation to c
passlng events in every quarter of the globe
the state of the markets at lhome and abroad.,'
and every descrip.tion ofhbusiness intelligee,
besides a great Vartety of mniscelhaneonis matter. to
The great increase of trade to Hamburg. her in:
nattiral advantages for health and busineus. and tht
her flourishing condition, renders a paper in- tun
dirs'asibly necessary here. is well to the citi. the
zens as the planuters and others whto trade to this the
place; all of whom shonid patronizo a paper the
of correct information oTherefoire. the editor b
of the Journal knows that he can send oit a sri;
weekly sheet as welj worthy of patronge as en
aternow before the pulic, lip Vtespect- isI
fnly scte fromt a liberal and enlighbtened tht
c.ommunity, that itcrease of patrontage which s
he believe bis wor-k de-serve.
JOHN-W.I YARBOROUGH. K8
Hamburg, Feb. 15 tf 6 ed
Ruf& oat, -A
Folmi Scurry. '
T H . plaintifs ha% IN
clarations m e a
having no wife or aWtrney know in
the State. on wiiom a copy if tlii a
rule tor plead, couldt be served. 1 red,
that the defendant plead to the n,
ivithin a year and a day,',or fit lute
judgment will be giviet n h .
Edgeftel C. f.
s k's O4ec. - 0
30th slairch. IM.
State of South 1 Ila
IN THE COMMON PL
B. J. Ryan,
L. B. Pixley.
[IF Plaitif having thid de
T claration in my office. and ant
having no wife or altorney,k with
in the State, on whom a copy of with
a rule to plead, epuld be.e
that the defendant plead to the ration
within a year and a day, or ina lute
udgment will begi
Clerk's Ofe,-Dec.16,84 47
State"Or S itIIsP a,
IN THE COMMONP S.
Britton Miius, vs. Uach
Holmes & Sinclair,
W HEREAS the Plaintifin ae eta
ted case. ies this day tilr
ion againstthe Defendants.who from,
and without the limits of this State &said.
having neither wire nor attorney, ihin
he sane. on whom a copy. If ion
wiih a rule to plead thereto m' eved:
Drdered. that the Defendants p1 ibe said
Ieclaration. within a year and.* frm the
Jate therenf. otherwise final ad judg
ment will he awarded apinst
Clerk's ffiee, GEO. PO 'c. F.
Oct. 18, 1641. le .3
State ot' Sou' Ca l6a.
El;EFIELD DIST .
IN T'I'll COMMON S..
f holl:s$% rsn
HT , Plaintitrhving tb his
delszaration in ibis caae, tie , and
he de.ndant havm.- no-wib tknown
.. he within this ;t -z ol w _of Mid
ieclarvion, with -t rulae to l- served.
it 4 . . fe -d.- ::, 1.;:e . ;4 ad
o the *aid f- ith. wi 318i a
i i. th pijb~atafi'oit or GoaI
k? : n1.4lute juidgmne:t will
H IE PlittT i:e his
1 Declaration!!Any o E b Defend
mt having tno Wife or Aun acnw toe be
ithin thse State.on whom a tafhesame.
vite arule to plead~could be~d It ie or
lered that the Defendant pleiipW e saied <iec
arationt within a year 'and a d$r final and'
LbSOtet judgement will begivre aga'nst himt.
G EO. POPEc. c.r.
Clerk's Office, -M
Dec.18. 184l. o a ':7 50 47
State otl'south garolina.
IN TilE COMIMON?PLEAS.
Win. tScurry, ~ easd
fir the noe or
Win. Scurry, Dadraia in Dek
John Scurrv. -
3 iI H E pfaintfih naving tha day filed their
U.declaratio'ns in the abofatated cases, in
my ffice, and the defendant hasing no wife or
attorney, known to be within this State. on
whoms n copey of said declarations, with a rile
t. plead salal bo served. Itis ordere at the
said defeendanat do plead to thesaid declararins
wihin, a year and day fromn the: publication of
this order, or final and absokite judgmient wil
be awarded aguainst him. -
GEO. POPE. c. c. e.
Clrk's Ofre. , w
Tth May. l844 . - ly l3
State ot' Southidarolina.
IN T HE COMMON .PLE AS.
Robert W. hMathis,
Wiley Milton. . -Fer*g Atnadhment.
T 11 Ph laintitl'hia wi.d day tiled his do
claration in mynffetand the defenedani
having ao wife or atterne nown to be with
in the State, on whom ae of the same. with'
a rule to plead~coutld.6e .~ It is ordered.
that the defendant plead4!.said declaration
within a year and a day, qAnal and absoluty
judgment will be giveni him. ~
Clerk's Offce.Dec. !5,184l. c. ae 47
State ol South I arolina,
IN TH E .CQMMON PLEAS.
C. ..Glover. vs- 1 D~eL diAachnt
A. Halainheek, j e.-..
W H i;R EAS die PlIshdif'in the above sta
ted case.hzas thidaiysled htis declaration
gainst the D~efendant, ebia-i absent from,. and
without the liimitat of thbisae,as it isaad. hav
ii~g neither wife noraur'ey known within the
same, an whom a copy'ozedeclaration with:a
ule to plead thereto,;i jbeuservedi (OJer
ed. that teDered' p~ttothe said delara
tion, within a vears di&dav, from the date
thereof. otherw'tie itaalidalasointe juidgment
will he awarded asit-h im
~lerks tOfee,e * ;O: POPE, c. c. r.
Oc 16gI841 - . ~ aqe ,3
Stateotf: di Carolina,
T(HIlI ' HOL1 t.uola before' te,
apais roaW*.body inclinsed c<
bi whte acuse- n3~tta r4 feet 9 inehe
high, pupuo -.7~~~ years old:p
pmd 40.D Wihs. 4oward, andLC
hoit 0edll and can be seent a
Maj.~Holeu tJIJa er's Mill, an Tnr
key Creek:~ ,eob 2th ofaIy, l842
- ---B lE RTIN, Maistrure.
juneB :' . -m 19
LUNM SPRING PILLS,
FOR TK CUR. OF
pepsia. Scrofaous (md Chronic Liver
tH ESE Pills are prepared by. Dr. S.
R. I'nmphell. from the aater of the
sly celehrnted Mineral Springs. In
!khridge county Va., enled the Alum
ings. These waters in their effects
it the system are tonic, insereasing 'he
elite, and promoting ilgestion; they are
rnntive, excising the secretinus of the
idular system generally. and particular
,e liver and kidney.; they are cathartsc,
durina copinus. dark. hilious evacuai
9; and they al4n effect a determination
ie surface. i"Lreasing the perspiratin.
m ibe combination or all these effects
n t he syisem. t hey are a great purifier of
blood. and equalizer of the circulation.
effect of she Pill-. made from these
cra, are in all respects. similar to the
er itselfnnd each pill is equalto a com
i gino' of water. Por the cure or the
ve dlisen,.es, and all other chronic (or
) di"s,e... preeveranee in the use of
we Pills. accordiig to the directions giv
in the small hill,, necompanying the
s. is all important: and ir they are per
ingly used as directed. a cure may be
-e c'rtainlv expected. hsnn under any
er trentment hereiofore disenvered. ex
, from the use of th water. from which,
F are prepar'd either by an attendance
he Springs or otherwise. They very
'dily cure diarrbras attended with
ity of the stomach. n.d what is onm.
rily called heart-burn: two or three pills
y he taken nt anv tim-,. when the stom
is troubled with ncidlitv. with the hap
it effect. These Pills'lhave an excel
. ei'ct in preventing the attacks of
VOus or sick-headrnhe; from three to
pillsi should be taken at once, when the
iptoms are (elt.
[hese waters are an effectunl remedy
all hemorrhasses; and as the Pills have
s'me effect in other cases. it is helieved
y %will also have the -some effect in cases
etnorrhage. They etre dropsies in
ir cases but nre not an infolible reme
in all cases of this disease.
rom she eficraev of these waters and
- it puifving tie blod, they are in
uable in she cure of all disea"s of the
s. and all indolent sores. unt diuposed to
nlthv action. In the u.e of them for
h dlieasese. if the dtisease of she skin ap
rs to be rietatefl at firt. or if the ulers
nise nore inflamed and discharge more
ly, let not thiscircumtance alarm any
, ordeter him from persevering in their
. These are evidences of the cood ef.
s of the Pill* in expelling the vitinted
nor* from the loud to the surface, and
il the blood is puriied. such disease can
he' ured. In scrofulous ulcer, the
ofthese watters tid pills. invarisblr
- them to lischarge more freely. and
i short titne. of a mtore healthy appear
e. Thev are a very useful reimedy in
.lera infanium or the summer howel
plaint in childrent as also for expelling
,Ms from ehildren. They immediate
:1! efectuallyfcorrect's eare ar
ifthe stomach. From their cleansing
purifying efr. eta upon the blood; and
n she tone. vigonr andI energy which
r operation imparts to the whole 'system
v w ill be' 1uund a great preventative of
f-sers, ' hsiteh pr." ail in low and un
lthy regisn..; hence, per.'one living in
Ib region., w ill findt is grenstly to their
atatre to utee she pills, fosr a fnrtnight,
Se commencetlwent of every spring andl
seacin. a a lprer entative. nnd so builkt
contittints btro~ken down by previonse
ire's f fever.
rte... Pill' -a a e un'-h- a."istant tts
nssc anti ells'u-ner f ui husrius and a
sisineral wnters.:andl three or ftour of
ms takent each dany, nt dlifferent time',
ich its attendance at other mineral
ings, nonslt a' Id erentsly to 'he curative
ceta of the-'e water".
rhese n aters an-l pills nre a orthy ol
ntotice of the Mttdienl Fatcutiv: andi ini
r handti. wonti'l be a valuable- artice inl
sreat:es ttf tnany tli,.cast's. othera ia~e
nuntsgnhslc. Itn atstesorrhen, dlysmsen
iens atnd lttchorrhsens. the wvate-r.. to
Alusm Sprinigs arc peculiarly sITe
.ins: ansd we believe s te pills mn:ttd
in shese! water.. wotutld htnve she samea
-c ins the treatmtent tof those dliecases
:the watte" hsa.; th' retorte, we woulti
ommnesnd as trial of the.s byv she Faenl
itn those dli,eae.. The'e Pitlle nre east
taken, tavintg tno nsau.'eatu, tfnste, art
Ifectlv satle its all eAss where nesive fe
does n'm exit .t ci sdt not sicken per.
is ni hile uing thesm.
lust received and for snle by .3. D,
BBlETS. at she E~dgefield Soe Store
nav i,18S42 if 15
CGETABI.E LIIFEi PILLS ANE
iRGIN OF THlE LIFE MIEDICINES.
L11 E rteader may not perhaps lhe awar
Lthat the torigms of Mlfat's Life Medscisne
s she resutlt of a protruceted anid painftl ill
aotheirtriginater.Mr Johna~loffaut Whses
en ill. Mr 31. wais a prosperous and tlnur
tg mecrchanst sti the lower part of the city o
w Yotk; anid havinig conisulted and employee
inimsber ototir most skilful phyvsiciants he
'r monrthsa oif uud'orintg, was p revailed uptoa
Isrhsase the reeipe of the inruainabte ieg.'
le prepIarations now offered to the public.
'he iTheet of the Life Medicines in hsis ows
e was so win'gular and remarkable', that h<
ned iiately determinued to offer to the. world a
dicinso tto which ho not only owed Isis life
Shis htapptinetss. The unitorm success which
isinsce attended their ndmimstrationt in eve
instance. where a fair trial hs bee'n g:vtei
mn. has beetn attested by thtnntands. antd ini
tesibly prtnves thetir intrinsic merit.
na Li:x 3lxoct:s-Gnxna. R aMAnxS.
'hese metdicins atre indebted for their nams
their manifest asmi sensible letion in puriy
thse spirinsandlt chanm-in of life, and endssinj
us wish resnewed ltne and rigor, and to th<
doubted fact that at a ve-ry eatrly persod i
irlsistorythsey had rescued stlerers frton
very veige of an untimely grave, after al
tdeceptive niostruon of the day, preseribe.
physscias, had utterly failed, in whirci ca
they also permanenitly secured thaat nnifn
oyme'nt of health, without which life iteri
snt u prstial ble..iing: So trrat iadeed baa
-ir lliacy invariably p~roved. thatit sta
reely less thtan miraeulous to.thosemwhower
acuinfed witth the beasdiful~y. phlog'phi
,anid up.. ykoahe
- zrinr mbi _
said rbe isimisd nu
certain parts of the -w
infallibly curi FEVE
kinds; will never fail n
the effect of Mercury, isni
most powerful preparations.
and will iramediately cre
IALOO TO TIE HEAlDi nev
sicness incident to 1oung feMales;
found a certain remedy m all cases oC~
debility and srakuess of the mort impaied
stitutions. As a remedy for C(rvnic and
flammalory Rhevmatism. the eflicacy of the
Phelanix Bitters will be demonstrated bythe use.
of a single bottle.
The l oprietor rreoices in the opportmnt a1
forded by the- diffusion of the ress for
his VEGETA BLE LIFE ilFDtCINE
in the kunowledge and roach ofevery individu"
in the communmty. Unlike the host of ..*'
cious qunckeries. which boat of vegeal'in
gredieits. the Life Pills are puirely and soLrL..
VgagiART.K, and contain neither MeeM A
timony, Arsenic, nor any other mineral, In an
firm whatever. They are entirely comped
of extracts from rare and powerful plants, the
virtues of which, though long known to.several
Indian tribes, and recently to some emipens
pharmaceutical chemists. are altogether on
known to the ignorant pretender to medical
science; and were never before adminiserdai
in so happily etlicaciohs a combination..
The rt opeamtion is to loosen from thecam
of the stomach and bowels, the various impus
riies and crudities constantly settling aropmd
them: and to remnre the hairdened fces which
collectin the convolutionsorth- saallintestiues
Other medicines only partially canse these
and leave oich collected masses behind' as to -
produce habitual costiveness, with all its.trairm
81mevils. or sudden diarrhea. % irh it imsninenta
dangera. The fact is well known to all reglar
anatomsists. who ezaamme the human bowels
after deathi; aid hence the prejudice of thus
well informed men against the quack mediciisa
of the age. The secont effect of the VEGE
TABLE LIFF. PILLS is to cleseaio the kid
neys and the bladder. and by this means the
liverand the lnngs, the healthful action of wh ich "r
entirely depends upon the regularity of
urinary organs. Tt,- blood, which takes i
red color from ali ageicy f the liver and the
lungs heliire it pasws intoi the heart, being thus
purified by then. 3nd nouri,-a.rdi by od com
ing from aclean stomach. courses freely through
the veins, renews-every part of thesystem, and
triumphantly mounts the banner of health in
the blooming cheek.
The following are among the distressing v
riety of hia nan diseases. to which the Ve uta
ble Life Pills arewell known to be infallibl '
DYSPEPrA, by thoroughly cleansing tho
first and second stomachs. and creating a flow
of pure healthy bile, instead of the stale and
acrid kind :-flstlescy, talputa ofthe
litart. Loss f itppdite, ear&4rnt and Head
aehe, Resdessacss. ll-l4emper. Aeziety. Lagsr
and MelAucho.y, which are the geicral symp.
toams of iyspepsia. will vanish. as a 'natural.
consiequence fi its cure 'ostiresens. by cleans
ing the whlee lemgth of the int-stines with a
solvent process, and wathout violencet all vio
lent purges leaves the bowel- costive within
two days. Diarrhai- nna Cho er.hy retnoting
the sharp acrid 6inids by w hich thee complaints.
are occa-onted. anl by pronioting ite lubrica
tive secretions of the mucous membrane. Fe
eirs of all kinds. by restoring the blood to a
regular circulation through Ibe procet of per
sparttion ht same caseantid# throu sIn
G Istin h =a0ft time, by mombe:iaial it:fam
mation from the niascles 'n kga'uents of the
joints. Drepsies of all kinds, by reeing and
strengthening the kidneys and ,ladder; tey
operntstmOst delightfally on thoaeimportanter- -
gns, and henee have ever been found a cer
tain remedy for the worst'ass of GraweL. Also
Wormms, by dislodain-: from the turnings of the
ticawels thie siimy matter in which ithes ra
anres ad here : Asthma and Constuption. by re
hieas inag the air ve'ienels of the luige tram the mn
enat, which even sligi colds will occsisfon,
whaich if not removed becomes hardenid, and
proedutce ibho- dreadfmtl diseases. Scurvy. UlI
cer's anid Inreertea .Soes, by dhe pe'rfect purity
which those Life Pills give tothe blood. and all
th-- tiumoara: Storbstic Ermurous and Bad Co.
plerioas, by their alternamate effect upon the
thnids that'feeid the skin, the morbid state of
n hich occasionat all Eruptiwe couaplats. Sal
Ioue. Cloudy. and other disagreuale Cosmplszies.
The use e1 these Pills for a very short tame. wil
e ffect an entire caire of Salt Rihes.. Erysipelas,
and a atrikitng improvemuenit an he Clearness ef
the .SkiM. Common Cold5s ad tIuqjrena, wilt
always he enared by one dose, or by two, even
in the worst cases. Piles,--ns a reed for-.
this mesa distreaeing and obstinate malady, the
Vegetable t.ilt lls deser'e a distinct atadem
phautic recoimmedatona. It is well known to.
hunradi''i in tis city, that the originator of
these valanatl. Pt:l. was himself adflieted with
this coamplnaint fair aap wardhs of thirtgAm geats.
ad thiat ho tried tan vai?' every remedy presert
hod witemn the who compass of the 51Mra
Maedica. ile m owev . a lenaeth. nriedd she Ne
dicineo whicht t.e no fl'er to he public, and
he was cured ini a yea. ,inat 'ama, * ei-r hisr
covery had been p ronnanced not only improba
bile, bait absolutely impossible, by ay human
All that %lr. Moffat requires of his patients
s to tbe pnmicular an taiking the Effe Mediciner
strictly according to the directions. It ' no by
a newspaper notice, or by any .~ thatjhe
hinmelfnmay many in their lamor, tt ipstogala
credit. It is alotie by the results ofa fim trial
A drncto Females.-Females who value gooA
health shonkd never b.- withoust the Life Medi
cine as they purify thae blood, remove Obstriie- '
hiens, aid give theoskin a beautiful, clear, lip!
thy, anti bloommitg 'ippearanlce.
To Paetsi 'ad others.- Perisonis of a pletmo
ric hambit, who are subjectt foits, headache, gid
.dinies, dimnem of sight or drowrsinens, froll
too great a flow of blood ia the head, should
take it frequtently. Chkildronand persons of
all ages. may take thenr at any time, as they do
nt contain mercnry. or any ingredient that re
qulire ca.t'tineet or restriction of diet,
Tou Eldry Persos-Many healthy agted t:
dielvadunisi, n'ho knuow the vaiue of Moat'. ife
Mledliain-s. mrake it a rule to takv them two or
three timesa a week, by wvhicha they remaove the
causes that pradanee disease, preserve thewr,
hiealth,~ anad keep off the inlirmaities ofagef: Q
llradsof famiiiet.ouldalw s kett
tity oifthe Life Medicines in thebs,
edy in cases of sudden lltnem;pf
proempt admintistra~tion, Cli
anmlihe stomach, Ceimn .
other alarmine ca ..