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- _-1setiiy informs h
parn.that in- accoidanc
ofthe times, he will, on a
SafofJunm next, reduce his rat
4 e ~sientBader, per day, $IS5
Day Boarders, per month., 15 00
,;z Other Boardersin proportion.
Thaikful for past encouragementhe respec
y soliciats a continuance.
WM. M. FRAZER.
"gua.a May 31, 1842.
P.The Omnibus and General Stage 0
-~~a -keaekpt at thihouse.
8jae8 6: 19
THE Subscriber, residing 5 miles frm
- ppi's Bridge, in Edgefield Distric
-e yifr the citizens of this and til
hborg Districts, that he has, and expec
toCOp enstantly on hand, an exulleut I
4 FIELUJ.EMBE R,
- '.te ery description.
r ~ ?L90-..IMMI3S ATIC
SAWED - 8ElNGLeES,
which are well approved of by all who har
.ee them; all or wiUch he offers for sale i
bw prices, va: LuaoberatS 75perthousan
r!- hingesat 3 50 per thousand.*
He also keeps on handwarranied COTTO!
'ACINES, 10 inch cast steew Saws, at 14
loaes addressed to him atWdssaa Cro
ds P. 0.8. will be prmpt attended I
Emnit Ens Sfes Milli,
SEggld DiSt. June 10. 3t 20
Mt Win Imiemy,
- - HE~ Execieofb Instulution will i
opened, on the first Mondasy *Jannai
- eit, under the direction of Mr. John K Joh,
stan, whses long experience in Teaching at
coWrect deportanmnt, we trust will entitle hii
uiiution to a large sare. of public confdene
T-an or vrt*on:
Ending, Writn, and Arithmetic, per
q of weeks., $3
Grawmmr, Geoaphy, 4
n ,Chmist and Greek6
Surey ing, - 10(
To be 'a in advance,
Good day beobtained from $6 to 4
- - per mnonth.
J. B, SMITH, Cfaireren,
L R. WELSON, Tnessa,
A.. 8 8UIS
E deem it-- . tosa any fnco
*1. -Cn 984N
inendation of these waterc ' Ha snatel
ed fromn a premature 'r.'e. by their bealing E
9 Sfcacy, can beat amnl tetmony of their v'
te.The Prp 'engaged the sei
viceser Mr anJ, su die Htot
--who with one of ' iepitors, will alway
be present to contribute to the comforts of thoa
= who qisy vist the Sprngs.
-We wilt sell Lots to persons who may wit
to summer i, or lave there permanently.
- - E7There is a Stage Coach leavngo Come
his every Tuesday and Friday mornmng, rut
uing direct to Glenn Sprn
WM. C. CAMP,
JOHN C. ZIMMERMAN.
-O maI 11 6 15
I~wBoot and shoe
"' ESTe&BL18 .i T.
- . ~ FI E Subscriber informs his friends, the
~ 1he has provided himselfrwith the best an
- terials fomakingGne BOOTd and SHOEt
and has commenced busines at Potteuriile.
- The best evidence of(dhanks that be can gi
his friends and the public, for their patronag
which he bopes to merit, as to insure good an
fashionable work. upon terms to suit the ,im~e:
; G7 Repairing dn ttesots oie
na 43t 14
~State of South Carolina.
.~ BBEVILLE DISTRICT.
.IN THE COMMON PLE AS.
* ~ r~I15amMcCarley,
Trammel& v. Jns
'HE Plaintf in cIease, having Gled h
- ~ I'deelaraio in my office, andthDet
C dants having neither wives, nom attornteys, o
whom a copy ofthe said declaration,witha a
to plead thereto, might he served: Ordeuui
T - that the said Defendants do appear and pies
to the said declaration, within a year and ada
from the date of this order, or Gnal and absolnt
judgment wilt he awarded aainst them.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTN. c. c. w.
-Clerk's Ofes, Dec. 16, 1841. ae 47
State of South Carolina.
- .~ BARN WELL DISTRICT.
IN~ THlE COMMON PLEAS.
- - J. N. Turleyg ~aart
Bj lE plaintifinthe abovecaae,having thi
4 ...day Sled hismdelaration inmyoffice,oa
- t he defendant lain neither wife or attornes
-7 biown toe in this tate, onwhomna copyae
endant do plead, within a year and a day froi
bia date, or 6nal and absolute judgment wi
he awarded aist him.
ORASMUJS D. ALLEN, c. c. p.
t, Septr.24,1841. '
MANSION HOUSE. BATH,
' CHA iSCOMEPTY.
.* tf 17
. .A .....C . h....
n -entitestockof Goodsin the
Mad T e hbR= , in.,this. place,
we, ironid take is method of informing our
friends and the publi gpnerally, that th can
be furnished at the old stand of Bryan &Mi- :F
nor, with Clothing, on as good terms, and not
inferior in qulity to any similar establisbment
in the Sou rn country. We intend to keep iL
is on hand at all times, a good stock of a
English & French Cloths,
and CAssmuaazs, selected in the New York.
e -d Philadelphia Markets, together with all "
other articles in ou: line; and to those who (a
vor as with their patronage in this business we .
wood say that every exertion on our part shall
be used to give perfict satisfaction.
GOODE & LYON.
January 1, 1842. i 50
P CARRIAGE MAKINJG.
C J. GLOVER respectully annouuces to
9 his friends and the public generally,that a
having received a large supply of superior ma. r,
Sterinals, he is now prepared to repair or build to e
order any description of CA RRIAGES, which ti
in beauty of model and permanency of work. t
manship, shall not be surpaaed by any in the v
Southern market. He is likewise prepared to C
tanufacture HARNESS. and to have done at 4
his establishment all kinds of BLACKSaiITH
ING ;'and hopes by promptness and strict at
tention to business, to went a share of public
may 4 ., tf 14
T HE Subscriber offers for ale the well
known House in Aiken. fronsting on the r
Rail Road. and known as IARSH'S 110.
* TEL The house has been kept as a Public R
. House for several years. and contains 40 rooms "
double and single, the greater portion of them "
with fire places. Upon the premises are like- d
wise all necessary out buildings, kitchens, ne
- gro houses and stabliag for 100 horses, in the
yard is an excellent well of water.
Terms oue third cah, the balance on a credit
of one and two years.
7 Also-Forty or filly unimproved Lots, hand.
I momely situated. within the corporate limits of
Aiken. -Apply to JH ASA=
JOHN MARSH, diken.
' Dec 9 tf 45 1
State of South Carolina. J
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
0 Anson Mobley, Decla.;tion in At.
L, B. Pixley. lachment.
HEREAS tle Plaintiff in the above
stated case, has this day filed his
Declaration agaisnt the Defendan, who is a
absent from and withotkt the limbt of this v
State, asi iis said, havilg nqkher wife nor
attorney, known within'the *aw on Vhom
y of the Declartida ith'i ale to
that the Defendant Plead-Jo -
laration, within a year and a
date therof, otherwise final '
* gmnt will be awarded agai"
GEORGE, POPE; c. c.,
For Sate -
- SPLEND[D iferW PIANO FORTE, on
terms to suit the'dins, apply to Mr. E. B.
B acon, or Mr. A. A. Clarke, at Edge~eldC. H.
s. s. ToMPEN -
f.ATTORNEY AT LAW. eS
. ILL attend punetayto resion
I, Office at Edgefiekd Court House, over Ms. E. d
- B. Presley's brick store. a
e may 4 4t 14
h State of' South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
ABBEVILLE DES 'RlCT.
Mourning S Patterson, Dscdarauinn
Executrix. vs. 1by daimaaz in 'j
A. V. Cox, Attachment.
T H E PlaintitT'having this day filed his de- J
claration in my office.nnd thme Defendant r
- having no wife or attorney known to be with.
in the State upon whom a copy could be served t
with a rule to plead. On motion, ordered t
that the Defendant do p lead to the said declar- d
ation within a year and a day from this date, or I
final and absolute judgment shall be awarded ta
.1F. LIVLN'GSTON, c. c.s'. u
Clerk's Office, h
SSept 30. 1841. s a - age 36
State or South Carolitra.
e EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.
e IN THlE COMMON fLEAS.
d Lewis Culbreath, )Dedaratioa in As
V s. ~sNupsit.
Julho Scurry. Foreign Attachment.
Samuel N. Chappel,) Dccduratio an ..a
es. > sumpsit
~ J ohn Scurry. Foreign Attachment.
T H E plaintiffs having thiaday filed their de- j
clarations in the above cases, in my office,
and the defendant having no wife or attorney,
known to be within this btate, on whom a co
py of said declaration, with a rule to plead, can g
be served. It is ordered, that the said defen- r
is dani do p lead to the said declarations, within a t
a year and a day from the publicatian of this or
n der, or final and absolute judgment will be
i awarded against him. '
IGEO. POPE, c. c. r.
y 26 May.1.ly 18
State of South Carolina
. AMOS BANKS, living neat Capt Jacob
Long'", in the lower part of this district
tolls before me one yellow sorrel MARE, with
a blazed face, both hind feet white, about 14
hands high. and sup~ to be about ten years
old. Appraised at .
R. B. BOUKNIGH T, Meistrs. b
may 18 . 4m 16 i
State of South Carolina. t
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
OLLED before me, this nineteenth day
of April 1842, by Allen Hlumphries, of
Abbeville District, one bay HORSE. eight.
yer l,13 hands S inehes high, right hind
oowhtsaddle marks on both sides of his
back, very much crest fallen; a star in his
face. A. F. WIMBISH, 3 P.
-juneS8 4mt .19
.Dreuhhgkg t se JaU
~this District, a negro man who says his
name is Joseph, and that he beliq to
John Pteson, ofb! Ma'esisland, S. C., of
ligh 'coplexon, whiskems frorn ear t
The owner is ruested to come forward, I
proeproperty pyshr!andtakehimaway. 4
. G DMAN. . . n.
Staie ofSo h na.
EDGEFI ' all
IN THECOMMON P
r HE Pleintig dld hisde.
clartion in.,n, "*.defiWdst
aving no wife or b, sohwith.
athte State, on whoma copy d mPae with
rule to plead,ould i orde'rrd.
ist the defendaint ead
ithin a year and.daj'i' a"" bsolta
idgment will be de641 h
Cikr 0 Oce. Dec. 15I84
State of 8uth )
IN THE CD0
'.J. Glover. v&s. %
A. Hauinheck. -
W HEREAS the Palain e sta
mainst the Defendant, who W.- and
ithout the lmits of ti ' 8 aid; hav
ig peither wile nor attorney,knemwmithin the
me, on whom a copy ofthe declaxatio 'with a
ale to plead thsreto, might bqw-ds (hdcr
, that the Defendant plead tu declar
on, within a yeamanda.da the date
ereof. otherwise eal add ftndget
,ill be awarded agaist him.
lerk's Ofe, - GE0. cv
)ct 18. 1841. - - dJ
State of South -aJNiina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT.' "
IN THE COMMONXAEEAS.e
Beverly Burton - 4 m
Vna. W. Steinse.) D- D
1H1 E Plaintilf'having thist A"'edli
it having no Wife or Attkora bownto be
ithin tihe State,on whom acopfthesame,
ite arnie to plead,could lie served.it is or
ered that the Defendant plead tohe said dec
-r:tion within a year and a, .inal and
isolute judgement will begI __'ust him.
GEO. POP2,c. c. w.
Dec. 18, 1841. o '50 47
State of South Qa-olina.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
Vm. H. lrennan,
fur the use or
Vm. Scurry, DedaPWien in Debt.
HEpint:ls naving thi-day Sled their
rdeclaratin in the abovestated cases, in
y office, and tihe derendant havinp no wife or
ttorney, known to be within dna State. on
rhom a copy of said declarationwith a rule
u plead shall be served. It iArdire at the
aid defendant do plead ttheoaiddeclaratins
rithin a year and day from.the pulatiino
his order. or final and absolue dg Wtill
e awardod against him.
GEO. PO c. c. -,.
Statiof SmUth C ilna,
1WDGEFIELD DIS CT.
IN TH COMMON BAS.
trMimtns,'vs. f wsAfiM"
NP71HMAS the Plaintifflarthe above ata
ea m this day Sl'e his declara
d tkuthe-timits ofCthia Sae, as it as said,
mavighilhar wife noranornwydknown within
me sanme; on whom a copy ofuhe declaration
ith'a rule to p lead thereto migh' tbe aeavpd:
>rdered.~that the Defendants pead to the said
eclaration, within a year and a day. from the
ate thereof, otherwise final and ahsolte judg.
want will be awarded against them.
CLerk's Ofic, G EO. POPE, c. c. p.
O.l18 41. _ __; age 38
State of~ South C4Protina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
'homias Carson, Drdariaa is Debt.
'HIE Plaintifi having ibli day filcd bis
Udeclaration in this case, in my office, and
e defendant having no wifeorattorney. known
> within this State. on whom a copy of maid
elaration, with a rule to plead can oeserved.
t is ordered, that the said defeinant do tlead
athe said derclaration, within a year and a
my froma the publication of this order, or final
ad absolute judgment will be awarded against
GEO. POPE, c. c. in.
ilek's o~e Edgefield C. H.~Feb. 25. 1842.
March 2 ly 5
State of' South Carolina.
IN THE COM~tION PLEAS.
cewart & Coat, Dedauutim -
vs. en Aitachmeat, .
ohan Scurry. Asasupit.
iu & Joiaton, Dedaratow
vs. en Afltcmeat
olin Scurry. De __.
H Eplaintifs havingthiti&ySled their de
e larationsn myoflice, and he defendant
aing no wife or attorney known to be within
se State, on whom a copy of the sante, with a
le to plead, conid he served,. It is ordered,
mat the defendant pleand to th'esMid declaration,
rithin a year and na day, emr fisal and absolute
adgment will be givea Juhm. ~ .p
Wgged C. H.
E k's Offie. age 10
30tit March,182. -
State of South. Carolina.
IN THE COMMGN PLEAS.
B. 3. Ryan,.). J
L B. Pinley.
FH E Plantiffantddayfiledhisde
claration in amy n the defendant
aing no wife or attorney, known to be widm
the State,on whom aoopf e(the same.'with
rule to plead, coud be aelarve orerd
rithin ayear andadayor Seal and absolute
dgment will be g~r ai.c.
Clark's Offcs, Dber2000O: e age 47
State of Soith~arolina.
NhmsarBerky Aiilt--> C
I ~ pa m~a~aithatlasihr
without the liml o ~I Its therefore
rdered thatto.th di
lp trtis lr' *ill be 'eutered
-O-Ins T OWLvn ES, e
ds taso VOLUMS OF
4brUd, Weekly, at Hamburg, S. C.
* sssPper aam ragis advses.
Of has nearly elapsed since the
ionaxa rfir made its appearance before
the public, and asked only a small share of pa
tonage frotm its friends, until the time should
airrive when confdence could be placed in its
success. The editor has now the pleasure or
annodneing that this desired period has arriv
ed ;and be now earnestly solicits a liberal sup
Mostiim the reading community, and the bu
unespoern, of those, who may favor him
witbaihisupport. The first number of the
third voilme will be issued on or before the
hiduy'CA pril next.
iWhen the JOURNAL was about to be issued
twoysars ago, promises were made by the pub
lishers to the public, that they would exert
themselves industriousiy and employ the best
effurts of their humble abilities to make their
paper entertaining, useful and instructve.
These things have been fulfilled; our time and
money spent to sustain our promises, and bring
out a paper every way worthy of the Owing
prosperity ef Hamburg And, now tit these
promises have been accomplished, and tho
Journal passed the gaol at which such enter
prises, either falls or rises. may not a full share
or support be expected by us from those who
should give a helping hand I
. Many'believed thai the Journal was esta
blished for certain private. party purposes. and
we have contented ourselves to let them remain
in this belief, knowing that TRUTII will work
its way atnd frown down every thing that leans
15 error.'. But, now that we have surmounted
every difficulty and spread our pennant to the
Weee, we fearlesely proclaim, thit the good of
Hamburg alone in every and any case. has been
our earnest design. H1er interest demands a
public paper. and we have supplied her want.
" Here shall the Press the People's rights
Unawed by influence. unbribed by gain t
Here Patriot Truth its glorious precepts draw,
Pledged to Religion, Liberty and Law."
Promises were likewise made by the publish
era, that their columns should not be burthened
with the partizan essays and speculations of the
day. These promises have been adhered to,
and although we have no greatesire to launch
out on the troubled sea of politics, we shall
speak that which we may feel bound to do-con.
demn the wrong, and hold up light to the pe.
plo. let our words offiend what party it may. It
:s the duty of the press to watch over the liber
ties of our common country, and warn the peo.
ple whenever danger is visible. We adhere
to the Democracy of this country, yet if this
party goes estray, we shall endeavor to bring
it back by timely and virtuous reproof.
The duty of an editor is a distinct and loly
profession. exercising great influence over so
ciety. It is a power that has never been men
sured. and we shall endeavor to sustain and
caerisl the noral agencies which the functions
of editcrship holds among the world. and en
4eavor to persuade our co-temporaries to im
e the character of the Press, to reseue it
infidelity to itself, and from die indifler
.iee 'and contempt of the public; assert its
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duty, by a straight forward virtuous course !
These admonitions we have learned from wise
and experienced heads, and we will profit by
The columns of the Journal are devoted to
FMrr a:R Demstic N884 o the3(rkes, Li.
ysjft, SiuSis, de- Or-ders will befur
isied-withceret Fimo I relation to
passing'events an every quirtesof the globe
the state ot.ihe markets a'hem and abroad,
and every description of business intelligence,
natura avantages for health and business, and
her flourishing condition, renders a paper in
dispeasibly necessary here, as well to die citi
sens as the planters and others who trade tothis
place; all of whom should patronize a paper
of correct information. Therefore, the editor
of the Journal knows that he can send out a
weekly sheet as well worthy of patronage as
any other now before the public. H. respect
fully solicits from a liberal and enlightened
community, that increase of patronage which
he believe his work deserves.
,JOHN WV. YARBOROUGH.
Hamburg. Feb. 15 tf 6
EIG HT HU.WVDRE D
FRENCH FRUIT TREES. ROSES AN
T H E subscriber has just received from Pa
ris, by the ship Olympia. a choice coll-c
tionolPEARS, APPLES, PLUMS.PlEACH
ES, CH ERR IES. A PRICOTS. A LMON DS,
and AUADEIRA WA LNUTS, which he offers
for sale either singly or by the bundle, each
bundle contains 10 Pears. 5 Apples. 5 Peaches,
6 Apricots, 5 Plums, 31 Chernies, 2 Almonds,
and 2 Madeira Walnuts, and are beautifully
paked. The Trees, as far as examioed, aie
among the finest ever iniported into this city.
and are weli worthy of the attentioni of those
wishing to obtain good Fruit. The varieties
At.so-A few choice ROSES and CAMIL
J. D. LEGARE, 81 East Bay.
Charles'on, Feb. 15 Marchb9 tf 6
The WonderfM Cures
DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND SY
RUP OF PRUNUS VIRGlNIANA,
OR WILD CHERRY.
MOEPROOF of the efenecy of Dr.
.M Sen 's Compoatd rp of Pru
.s ron, corner of Second street
sodaRh@ forks of Germantown road, dec
tuelfijured. Her symptoms were, gene
ral debility, attended with a constant cough,
pain in the side, breast, and back, with
other symptoms indicative of Pulmonary
Disease, not essential to intimate. Al ter
using the second bottle of this invaluable
medicine, her cough entirely disappeared,
and her strength iuereasing fat,-and by
the time she used two bottles more, she
found herself freed from all pain and other
unpleasant symptoms which attended her
disease. She is now enjoying perfect
health, 'and willing to give any informa
tion respecting her cure:a likewise recom
mends this Syrup to all afflicted with a
Cough or aDtsease of' the Luau.
Forsaleb Dr. swayne at54. lortb ixth
t.Philadelphia, rand by
S P..CLARKE&e Co.Draggista,
Corner Centreand Mercer streets, Ham
burg S. C.
june 15 -f2
ALUM SPRING PILLS.
r0ft TDn CURa or
Dyspepsi, Scrofudous and Chronic Liver
T HESE Pills are prepared by Dr. S.
R. Campbell, from the waterof the
highly celebrated Mineral Springs, in
Rockbridge county Va., called the Alum
Springs. These waters in their elfects
upon the system are tonic, increasing the
appetite, and promoting digestion; the are
alternative, exciting the secretions o the
glandular system generally, and particular
of the liver and kidneys; they are cathartic,
producing copious. dark, bilious evacua
tions; and they also effect a determination
to the surface. increasing the perspiration.
From tle combination of all these elfects
upon the system, they are a great purifier of
the blood, and equalizer of the circulation.
The effect of the Pills, made from these
waters, are in all respects, similar to the
water itself, and each pill is equal to a cow
man glass of water. For -the cure of tt
above diseases, and all other chronic (or
slow) diseases. preseverance in the use of
these Pills, according to the directions giv
en in the small hills, accompanying the
pills. is all important; and if they are per
veringly used as directed, a cure may be
more certainly expected. than under any
other treatment heretofore discovered. ex
cept from the use of the water, from which.
they are prepared either by an attendance
at the Springs or otherwtse. They very
speedily cure diarrhmas attended with
acidity of the stomach. a:.d what is com
monly called heart-burn; two or three pills
may be taken at any time, when the stom
ach is troubled with acidity. with the hap.
piest efect. These Pills have an excel
lent effect in preventing the attacks of
nervous or sick-headache; from three to
six pills should be taken at once, when the
symptoms are felt.
These waters arm an eff'ectual remedy
for all hemorrhages; and as the Pills have
the same effect in other casea, it is believed
they will also have the same effect in cases
of hemorrhage. They cure dropsies in
some cases. but are not at infalible reme
dy in all cases of this disease.
From the efficacy of these waters and
pills in purifying the blood, they are in
valuable in the cure of all diseases of the
skin, and all indolent sores, not disposed to
a healthy action. In the use of them for
such diseases, if t he disease of t he skin ap
pears to be rietated at first. or if the ulcers
become more inflamed and discharge more
freely, let not thiscircumstance alarm any
one, or deter him from persevering in their
use. These are evidences of the good ef
fects of the Pills in expelling the vitiated'
humors from the blood to the surface, and
until the blood is purified. such disease can
not be cured. In serofulous ulcers, the
use orthese waters and pills, invariably
cause them to discharge more freely, and
in a short time, of a more healthy appear
ance. They are a very useful remedy in
Cholera Infantum or the summer bowel
complaint in children; as also for expelling
worms from children. They immediate
ly live a good appetite, promote digestion,
and kiLOaheually corret asdeare acidi-.
ty of the stomach. Frnm thir cleansing
and purifying efli eta upon the blood; and
from the tone. vigour and energy which
their oyraioni?rts to the whole 'system
they wtil be found a great'pivintattes-o
the ferens, which prevail in low and u- -
healthy regions; hence, persons living in
such regions, will find it greatly to their
adlvantage to use the pills, for a fortnight.
*at the commencement of every spring and
fall season, as a preventative. and to buile
up constitutions broken dawn by previous
attacks if fever.
These Pills are a valuable assistant to
the use and efficacy of sulphurnus and sa
line mrineral waters, and three or four of
thetm taken each day. at diff'erent times,
which ini attendance at other mineral
.eprings, would add greatly to the curative
effects of these waters.
These waters and pills are worthy of
the notice of the Medical Faculty; and in
their hands would be a valuable article in
the treatment of many diseases, othern i-Ie
unmanagable. In amenorrhea, dysmen
orrheat and ltuchorrheaa, the waters of
the Alum Spring~s arc peculiarly effe
cacions; anid we believe the pills made
from thcse waters, would have the same
eliect in the treatment of those diseases.
that the water has; therefore, we would
re-commetnd a trial of themt, hi' the Facul
tv, itn those diseases. T1hese Pills are easi
ly taken, taving no nuseous taste, are
perfectly safe in all cases where active fe
ver does not exist and do not sicken per
enins while using thetm.
Just received and for sale by 3. D.
TIBIIETS. at the Edgefield Shoe Store.
may 1, 1842 tf 15
VEGETABLE Lile'E PILLS AND
ORIGIN OF TlE LIFE AIEDICINES.
T H E reader mtay not perhaps he aware
that the origin of Mtofst's Life Miedici--es
was the result of a protracted and painful i1i
ness of their originater.Mar JohnoSlfat. When
taken ill. Mr. M. was a prosperona and flour
ishing merchant in. the lower part of the city of
New York; and having consunlted and emptoyed
a nunber of our most skilful physicians, he,
anter months of suf'ering, was prevailed upon
to purchase the recipe of the invaluable vege
table preparation now offered to the public.
The eleet of the Life Medicine-gin his own
case was so singular and remarkable, that ho
immediately determined to offer to the world a
medicine to which he not only owed his life,
but his happine.. The unifornm success which
has since attended their administration in eve
ginstance. where a fair trial las been given
m. a been aueste-d by thouisands, and in
contestibly proves their intrisic merit.
Tax Lsra Marnctsxs-Gstaat. REaags.
These medticines are indebted for their nanae
to their manifest and sensible action in puriy
ing the springinand channels of life, and enduing
them wtth renewed tone and vigur, and to the
ndoubted fact that at a very early period in
their history they had rescu'ed sulferers from
the very veige of an untimely grve, anier all
the deceptive niostrums of the dy, preseribe
by physicians, had utterly failed, in which ca
sea thay also permanently secured that uniform
enjoyment or health, without which life tsesf~
is butsa partial blessing. So great inJeed hadi
thiran efficacy inivariably proved. thts
scarnely less than miraculous to hab'W w
unangnaited with the beaaztifuliy.I
cal pnneispeawhuIety were
bosm they passsa~
espidn c.,to or, *
thro the coastiton. as
said : red to lifo fro W
own The PheniB
tirely Togo composed o
certain parts Vou
infallibly care A A
kinds; 'will new eredicate -
the effect of*
most powerful pre
and wall isemediy
BLOOD TO THE H
sickness inaim-e to joitgf
found a certain remedy in all
debility and weaknam the molt iin
stitutions. As a'remedy for Cirvumc
f$avmatory Rkeasatism, the c of te
Plmnix Bitters will be demonstrated- the s
of a single botte.
The oraprietorrjoicein th opportqy Sf-..
forded tythe diffusion of the Prims for plai
his VEGETABLE LIFE V EDICINES with
in the knowled;e and reach ofevery individual
in the communty. (Talike the host of per
cious qunckeries, which boast of vegemble in
gredients, the Lif Pills are purely and soe.vY
voarTALZ, and contain neither Mercury, An
timony. Arsenic, nor any odier mineral, w any
fCrm whatever. They are entirely
of extracts fron rare and powcrul the
virtues of which. though long known to several
Indian tribes, and recently to some eminent
pharmscentical chemists, are atogether un
nown to the ignorant pretender to -medical.
science; and were never before adminitered.
in so happily efficacious a combination.
The Grst ppeation is to loosen from the coats
of the stoma and bowels, the various inpta
rities and crudities constantly settling around
them; and to remove the hardened faces which
collect in the convolutions ofthe smallinseusines.
Other medicine&only.partially A thes;
and leave such collected masses to
produce habitual costiveness, its rain
of evils. or sudden diarrhta, with "isinentr.
dangers. The fact is well known 'gular"
anatomists. who examine the human bh
after death; and hence the prejudice of
well informed men against the quack med'eieos
of the age. The second effect of the VEGE.
TABLE LIFE PILLS is to cleanse the-kW
neys and the bladder. and by this means the.
liver and the lungs, the bealthful actionoewhich
entirely depends upon the regularity of the
urinary organs. The blood, which takes ita
red color from the agency of the liver'and the
lungs before it passes into the heart, bei thus
purified by them, and nonrished by 2d com
Ing from aclean stomach, courses freelvthroagh
the veins, renews every part ofthesystemiand
triumphantly mounts the banner of beadh in
the blooming cheek.
The following are among the d
riety of human diseases, to which
ble Life Pills are well known to be -
DYPEPAIA. by thoroughly
first and second stomachs, and '
of pure healthy bile, instead of th ad
acrid kid-. a wyAfd
adke, IRtawnes. Wexqw, Asziety, Langirr
and Mdachdly, which are the general symp
toms or Layspepsia, will viaish, as a natural
consequence of its cure. Cestirsene, by cleans
i the whole iength of the intestines witha
vent process, and without violence: all vio
lent purges leaves ie bowels coive-within
two days. Diarrea and Ckilera,by rsmosing
the sharp acrid daids by which thes cnplaut'
are occasioned, and by promoting the lboos
tive secretions of the mucous membrane. F*
rers Qf ag kinds. by restoring the blood t'sr
regularcirculation through, the proces ofper
sparation in some cases. and theAhorough sofa.
bon ofall intestinal obstractions in othes
The ife Mrf.ediu~ bee'
yIa.i..r'... iirmdetlk threew
6stin half time, by re l4 inda
ation from the muscles and I bents of the
joints. Dropsiss of all kinds, by freeing and
strengthening the kidneys and bladder; they .
tain remedy for th'e worst cases of Greuel. Also
Wforms, by dislodein: from the turnings of the
bowels the atimy matter in which those ces
mures adhere: Asth=a and Censuupic. by re
lieving the air vessels of the lungs trom the ma.
cus, which even slight colds will cocasmon,
which ifnaot removed becomes hardened, and
pruoduces those dreadful diseases. Scarey, Ul
ccirs. and Iaerate Sores, by the pefc
which those Life Pills give to the blood, andal
the humors: storbutic Eraions and BdCen
plezioss, by their alternative effect .n the
fluids that feed the skin, the morbid stsiSof
which occasionas all Eruptice 0W$451 -
losw, Cloudynd ortAer disigr~vmna~m~tai
The use of these Pills for a very shortt me~will
effect an entire care of Salt R~enzs, Erysuipdas,
andI a strnkinag improvement in the Clssrassu of
the Skis. Cnammoa Colds ad Ixjaea, will
always be cuired by one dose, or by two, even
ini the worst cases. Pile,-as a remedy for
this most distressinmg and obstinate mld, the
Vegetable Life Pills deserve a distinct adem
p hatic recommendlationm. It is well known to
hndereds in this city, that the originator of
these valuable Pills was himself afflicted wath
this complainmt for upwards of thmrtydee years.
andl that ho tried in vain every remedy presena
bed withtin the whole compass ofthe Nateria
3ledica. lie htowevrer, at length, tried the Me
dicine which he now of'ers to the publiteik'c
lie via. cured ini a very short time1jafter his-re -
covery hmad bmeen prunotunced nt only~ infgreb
ble. but absolutely impossible nutnan
All that Mr. Moffas reggle patients
a to he pauicular in takhing tbheSMedicines
strictly acc'ording to the difecadii.' It is not by
a niewsamper ratice, or by any thing that he
himusell imay say in their favor, that hopes togain
credit. It is alonme by the results ofa fair tial
-Adnee to F erals.-Pemales who value good
health should never be without the Life eodi
cines as they purify the blood, remove Obstrac
tiaras, amnd give the skin a beautiful, clear, heal
thy, and bhesming appearance,. fapelo
To Parcaats ad others.-Permonsofapeb
ric habit, who are subject to fits, headache, gid
dintese, dimness of sight, or drowsiness, frees
too great a flow of blood to the.laeid, should
take it freqtuently. Children, and persons of
all ages. masy take them at any timse; as they do
not contain mercury, or any ingredient that re
quires con finement or restrnction of diet.
To Elderly Peraos.-Many healthy aged in
dividuals, who kn~ow the value of Afoe't's Life
3ledicines, make it a rale to take diem two or
three tanmes a week, by which they remuoe the
causes that produce disease, preserve thear
health, and kemp off the infirmities ofage
Ikwadsof families abotld .1'ke~
tity of the Life Medicinesini the
cdy in cases of sudden iineo
prompt administration, Chi
in the stomach, Crawm
provefatal.nsaah . ,r
Facts fer -k
one half of d*cId h~o a
attaininag lingesse of I
aouiee of lilutuetality is
foul stat fthoih'a ndi
duecsDe asato fWbh s
~l eufil adlr
may noa kt