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CLAMKSo%, June e2,112.
[onie No. -.]
UIH HE ComMiioned Oficers of the follow.
s ing Brigades are ordered to encamp for
f6ve days. at the times herein specified. viz:
The 6th Brigade of Infantry, at Yongue's, on
Monday, the 25th July next.
The lu Brigade of Infantry, at a place to
be selected by the Mdajor General of the 5tb Di
vision, ou Tuesday, the 2d day of August next.
The 2d Brigade of Infantry, ott Tuesday, the
9th day of Auast next.
The 1st Brigade of infantr, on Tuesday,
the 23d day of August next. The Major Get
el ofthe 1st Division will dessignate the places
for the 1st and 2d Brigades to encamp, and ro
port to the Commander-in-chief, the places so
The 9th Brigade of Infantry, at the Lime.
stone Springs, on Honday, the 5thday of Se p
The 5th Brigade of Infantry. near Camden.
on Monday the 19th day of September next.
The 7th Brigade of Int'antry, etcar Society
Hill, on Tuesday, the 2ith day of September
The Commissioned Oflicers of the 1st and
th Brigades of Cavalry will eacanp by Keg.
taents. with thie-rn-gade. ofiana in %which
thew are locatct. wr 1v Brigades, with either
lirigade of Infantry ol their Division. as the
Brigadiers vay dev:n mobt conveoiet.
The 5:jor - -erals of the 1st ,sdd 5th Divi.
4ons, an the Brig.adier tieneruls of the 5ith.
th and 7th Brigades, .are required to extend so
much of this order as rotates to their respective
The Quarter Manter General will ranse the
arms and tents to be at each encasnpuient i.
The- following Aids-de-Camp to the Co.
aander-in Chief, are ordered to attenad the en
campments. viz:-Colonels Wictall. Dikinmn.
Thomson. Englsh. Maining, Wallace. Mar
shall. Singleton and Taylor.
By order of the Commander-in.Chirf.
J. W. CANTIY.
Adjutant and Inspector Gateral.
July' 6 fi 21
United States Hotel,
T HE undersigned respecifully informs hi6
friends and patrons, that in accordance
with the pressure of the times, he will, on and
after thetu day of'Jane nexi, reduce his rates
Transiet Boarders, per day, $1 50
Day Boarders, per month, 1500
Other Boarders in proportion.
Thankful for past encoaragenenthe respect.
ftully meeei ite otinnance.
WM. M. FRAZER.
P. "TnM ibus and General Stage Of
7UME Subseriber offers for sale the well
A known House in Aiken. frontin on the
Rail Road, a- known. as -MA H M
TEL. -The homse has been kept as a Public
Houseforseveral years, and contains 40 rooma
donhile and single, the greater portion of them
with ire places. Upon ste premises are like
wvise all necesry 04n1 buildings, lkitchens, ne
gro homses and stablinag for 100 horses, ins the
yard is an excehlent watt of' water.
*Tern. one third eash, the balance on a credit
of one and two years.
Also-Forty or fit unimprored Lots, hand.
somnely situated, within the corporate limnits of
Aiken. Apply to
JOHN MARLSlI, .Wi~en.
DecD t f 45
HAVING purchased of Meusaru. Diynn &
Minor, their entise stock of G.ouods is. the
Nerr~mst Tailoring Basiness, ans this place,
we would take ths mnethodl of insformsing our
friends and the public geaner::ily. that they cans
be furnished at the old stand otf llryan a- Mi
nor, with Clothinig. ons as good terms.' and nut
inferior ins quality to any similar es'tablishsmest
in the Southern country. We intend to ketjp
ons band at alt times, a 'rood stuck of'
English & French Cloths,
and Casssmmars. selected in the New York.
s-ad Philadelphia .Usrket.., tog~ether withs all
other articles an onm line; and to tio,ar who flu.
vor us with their patron::ge iu this buitsi we
woud say that every exeitionl on onr puar shal
be usxed to give perfcti saisfactiont.
GOODE & LYON.
January 1, ll2. t 50
C3. G LOV EIt respecfully anaonunees to
* hsis friands and the ptublic generally, that
having received a large stupply of superior inn
terialit, he is nnw prepared to re pair or build ito
order any descripnton of CARIIAGES, which
in beauty of model and permanency of work.
man'.his,. shall not be stirpassed by any in the
Xoutthera mark.-i. He is likewise pirepared to
mainufactusre H ARfNESS, ant en have done at
is estiabhlihmeeat all kinds of it LA CKS.nslTil
ING : and hopes by proanptness and strict at
tensiorn to business. to tarnt a share of piublic
may 4t 4
State of' Southi Carolinaa.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
ws. Declaration in Asusumpsit.
Wmn. H. Drennan,
for the use of
Wan. Sentry. Declaration in Debt
John Scurry. .
T H E plaintifs naving tins day filed their
declarations in the above staled cases, in
nmy omes, and thme defendant hasin; no wife or
attorney, known to be within thas State, on
whew acopy of said declarathions, with a rule I
to plead shall be served. Itis ordered that thsei
said Anautw do plead to the said d'elaratias
within a,. yaar and day from the punbliataion of
this order, or Snal and absolute judgmsent wit a
be awarded against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. p.
-CIark's Q~s ' w
2'tbMay,184S. ( ly 18g
- A SPLENDID new- PIANO FORTE, on
-termasto suitbtetimes, apl t oMr.E. B.
Bacon, or Afr. A. A. Clarke,at geid C. H
u acch ti 0 e
Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, I shall proceed to sell at Edge
field Court House, on the first Munday and
Tuesday of August next, the following
Lewis Jones & Co. vs. Horatio Haney.
Scaborn Jous, v!. the same. R. B. &J.
D. Bouknight, vs. the same. The same
vs. James T. Haney, and Horatio Hane),
two hundred and twent% -five acres of land,
more or less, adjning Nathan Norris and
others, the property of Horatio Heney.
E. B. Presley, vs. William Walker, one
G. L. & E. Penn & Co. vs. John Car
penter. The same vs. the same. The
sumo vs. Dennis Carpncter, and John
Carponter. A. Bland, vs. John Carpen
ter. John A maker. assignee, vs. the same,
one negro girl Maryann, the property of
W , Brunson adm'r. vs. Lewis Elizey.
The sane vs. Julius C. Pardue, and Lewis
ElIzey two negroes viz: Patrick and 11cs
ter, the property of Lewis Elizey.
Fox, Millor & Co., vs. John Warren,
150 acres of land nore or less, adjoining
Nathan Nortis and others.
Ellis Gofivs. Rudolph Carter, five thou
sand acres of land more or less ndjoining
John WVtsc, W. S. Howard, and others.
Matthew Corley for Bryan and Minor,
vs. Williuan Strome jr.. two hundred acres
of land more or less, adjoining Edmund
Boyd and others.
Samuel R. Fuller, bearer, vs. Ann Hull
adut'rx. of Gideon Ifull dec., one house
and lot itn the Town ol' lamburg occupied
at present by Defendant,
Hugh 51. Quarles br., vs. Margaret
Ogilvie. Landon Tucker br. vs. the satne,
the tract of land where Defendant lives.
A. Cuntninghan, vs. Thomas Oliver,
two hounired acres of land, more or less.
adjeuioing James Go', and others.
Charles Lamarvs.Julius lloward, John
Howard. nod Rudolph Carter, 201) acrtesof
Innd. more or less. adjuining J. Benson,
Mrs. Lamar. and Others. levied on a, the
property of Julitts and John Howard.
Isaac A. Ilibler vs. M. S. 1usely, James
.hisely, mnd W. W. Williams, Oite thou
sanid uares of land more or less lying on
Bridge Creek, adjoiniug Edmund Ken
nedy and John BusAkett. lovied otn as the
property 4,f W. W. Williams.
S. CHRISTIE, s. v:. p.
July 13. 1842. C 24
Stnt- (f South Carolina.
James Terry. Commis- Forecfosure of Mort
sinner in Equity, vs.
Lewis Elizey. '
B Y an order from te Court of Common
Pleas, in the above stated case. I shall
proceed to sell at Edgefield Court House. on
the first Monday in Angita next, the tract of
land whereon the defenlant now lives, eon
taiing six hundred and forty acres, more or
Iess, adjoining lands of the estate of Thomas
Lamar - Carter, and others. To be sold
on a credit of three montha, except one-fourth
of the purebase eMo~ewhies wast heinbca.
The titles to-be .p b o tsda -in.
if the fall amu thkreit
paid when due, the pro y to-be resold on
that day for cash ,at the rask of the former par
S. CHRISTIE, s. S. P.
Jitly 13 (P3) 3z 34
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON P'LEAS.
Beverly Burton) Attachment,
WVm. . Steifle. ~ Debt,
rupHIE Pinihangthtis dlay filed his
RIDeclarationt int my oflce, and the Defend
tnt having no Wife or Attortney known to he
withain the State. on whom a copy ofhe samte,
vite a rule to plead~eould he served. It is or
kered that the Dcfendant plead to the said dee
aration within a year and a day, or final and
thsolute judgement will begiven atgaiinst him.
GEO. POPE, . . C.
De~c. ii8. 1'41. ( e a $7 50 47
State of South Carolina.
15 TIlE COMMU. I'PL EAS.
r'rael & Jone.,
T lIE lainetill in the caw,' having filed htis
d.elaratione itn my utlic, and die Defent
L ats has miig necither waveN. tnot attoreys. on
elheom a cnpy of thte asaid declaration.n ith a rule
o plead thereto, igh~It be served: Ordered.
lhat the said Defendatnts do appaear aitd plead
o the said declaratio, withint a year ad a day
rnm ite date of this nader, or final atnd atbsolute
udgen~~t will he awzar-led against themt.
JNO. I'. LIVINGSTON. c. c. r.
ClerIk's O.fire. D~ec. 16, 1i8I. age 47
State of South (Carolinta.
IN TH E~ COMMO1N PLEAS.
Anson Alable'y, Declaration in A4t
L. H. P'ixley. tachament.
W11lER I:AS the Plaitiff in the above
stated case, has this day filed hsis
[)eearation agaisns the Decfendant, who is
ibsent fromt and without the limits of this
State, as it is said, having neither wife nor
attorney, known wistin tihe same, on whom
acopty of thec Declaration with a rule to
Plead thercto, might be served: Ordered
hat thte Defendatnt Plead to the said Dee
aration, withint a year and a day, from the
late therceof, otherwise final and absolute
udgmtent will be awarded against haim.
GEORGE POPE, c.c. p
Clerk's Office age 44
SNov. 27. 1841. ~__
State of' South Carolina.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
aIourning S Patterson, Declaratian
Executrix, ve. by cdaimaat in
A. V. Cox, Attach ment.
T lIE Plaintiff'having tis day filed his de
elaratioan in my oflice,and ste Defendant
aving tno wvife or attorney knowna to he with.
at the State upon whom a copy could he served
nta a rule to plead. On motion, ordered
hat the Defendant do plead to the maid declar
lion within a year and a day from this date, or
nal and absolute judgment shall he awarded
J. F. LIVINGSTON, e. e. p.
'lerk's Ofice,~ q3
300K & 0OB PRINTZWG
FE rydescript ion executed with
eaesand despatch, at the Ollie.
f rhe EnDOramma AnDzarTIBa.
State of South
IN THE CO -
J.M. & W.Adas,
Sydney S. Boyce.
T HE defedat Sydney al 1
now in the eastody ofr
Sheriffof Edgeeld dutrie, by
orf aia ad satisfaicienAm,_ at
& W. 'Adams. havingfiled a
uchedule on oath, ofrhis et a
view of being admitted toithe Act
of the General Assembly. knot "n
solvent Debtors Act," It ie orde Wad
singular the creditors of hesaid be
and they are hereby snmmoned to if
any they can, in the Court of 'as,
for Edgefield District, atEdg
on Tuesday tie second day ofits.
ten. or on such other af -
the Court may order, wh thi. .
Boyce should not be aditied to*
the said Act, upon his executing 1e
GEO. POPF t
Ccrk's O.ce., 9th Jug 1842. ..
July 13 ($14 50) 24
state of South caea ia.
IN THE COMMON PlS&
T IOS.8S. WI.KS and Tho,.;J Sann,
late Mterchants, under th S.
Wilka & Co., who ar" in the -cs, the
Sherilf orAbbeville District, Ca
pias ad Satisfaciendum. as the "ii Jlames
Bryce. surviving partner. and Tbe.Rw
by virtue of a capias ad sisfa the
suit of Thoa. U. Wilks, assi A1ed
their petition, with a sched , on r
whole estates, real and persoenalf
the partnership assets and those i
dual partners, with the view of
e6t of the Act of tie General A -
mnunlv called the "Insolvent
Pabdc Notice is hereby given, t11ts pe
tition will be heard and considered i
of Contnon Pleas for Abbeville
beville Court House,on Wednesda
day of October next, or such
as the Court may order during the -
inencing at the Paid place, on the on
day of' October next. All Ile
feare, both those of the said frm, .a of
thie individual partners, are h'ber ,
persoisally or by their attorney, hei dthr
na. the said Court to shew .anse they
Cail, why the benefit of the said & not
he granteadm to the said Thomas 84 aid
Thomas T. Swann, upon their the
requisite assi-nment. i4
JN6. F. LIVINGSTO
Clerk's Oilice, July 2, 1842.
JulyG ($1762 23
State of South Car .
EDGEFIELD DISTR -
ASMES MORRIS, Jr., rVut inlies
above Liberty Hill. on tbs at
Morris' Mills, on lardlabouar ore
me, one sorrel HORSE, suppus eight
or nine years old, with abuiana both
bind feet white, fourteen andaha high
A ppraised to be worth tharty-orn-. and
fiTly cents. June 23d. 184.
TIZOS. J. HIBLER,
July 6 23
State of Soutk
IN TH& COMM3ONlP
EltEAS the Plaintia
tedcase.has thisday led his
against the Defendant. who is abset&r. and
without the limits of this Stwe,aitjeid.hav
ing neither wifeanoa ruy w~pthe
same onwhoa eopyoh 4 ha
rule to plead thereto, might he se~d Oder
ed, that the Defendant plead tothesaIdcIara
tion, within a year and a day, foedi~Ihe data
thereof, otherwise final and -aseen ' ent
wvill be awarded aginst him.
Laerk's Of.~I 1 GEO. POPZnec. p.
Oct. 18, 1841. 5 .g-. &i
State of south Ca~hn. a.
IN TilE COMMON PLEAS.
Robert W. Mathis, ASi,,
Wiley Milton. Fo) -
T H E P'laintil'having this day ffiud his de
claration in my nitice, and the defeaadant
having no wife or attornmey, known to be with
in thme State, onuwhomna copy of the same, with
a rule to plead. cnuld be served. It isordered,
that the defendanmt p.leadte the saiddleelaration
withins a year anud aday, or final and absolute
pidgmencat wail be given agaimst him.
G EO. PUPE, c.c. u.
SClerk's Ojjhe. Dec. 15. 184i. c. , age 47
State of' South Carolina.
IN TillE COMIMON PIEAS.
J N. Turley, FrisAshat
William I. Fowvler. *at
7I H E 'laintuif in the above case, having this
Uday tiled hi.. declaationm in nyo eles, and
he defendant hiavinig neither wilfear attorney,
k nown toe be in this Stat., on whom. acon can
de served: On motion-Ordered, that iedo
endanmt do plead. within a year and a day from
lie date, or final an.d absolute jndensent wall
e awarded against him.
ORASMUS D. ALLEN, c. c. r.
Ojfr of Commeno Plew, . age
IBartnwell Dlistrict, Septr. 24.18S1. 35
State of' South Car'olina.
EDG EPIELD DIS1~TRCT.
IN THlE COURT OF ORDINARY.
lhoas W~alton, Guardian, of Elvey
Simeon Jay, John Inlow. Joabph'Iay,
and Jesse Jay. ectrm. and ada',. of
Jesse Jay. deceased.
T apeaa~gtomy aifatoatSimneon
Jay.ne fth defendant, resides out of
hsis State, it is ordered, that thesaid Siumon Jay,
lo appear mnmy ulice on Moidajrthe 2th
ayo etmene.torde as ecount of
uis acts as late guardiaw of the shid Elvby E.
. OLIVER TOWV o 3, 3.
E~dgefiekd C. H1 20th June. 84.3m 21
State of' Southa Ogrolinia.
IN THE COMMON PAEAS.
Lewis Culbreath, )D sa As-.
samuel M. Chappell, -' A.
Iohn Scurry. F sim
H E plaintiffs having thi.&sJ theade
claraions in the above
and the defendant having no- wj t attornej,
snown to he within this State, bom a co
ay of said declaration,withs a lead, earn
,e served. It is ordered, sid debin
lani do pled tothe sad withina a
rear anduaday from thep afthis or- Ii
ler, or Ainat~and-absoltat - will be .
The Wonderf Cures
)R. SWAYNE'S COIPOUND SY
RUP OF PRUNUS VIRGINIANA,
OR WILD CHERRY.
-ORE PROOF oj the rfficcy of Dr.
Swaynr's Compound byrup of Pru
us Virgniana, or Wild Cherry.
. Mrs. Brown, corner of Second street
ind the forks of Germantown road, ei'ec
.ually cured. Her symptoms were, gene
ral debility, attended with a constant cough,
pain in the side, breast. and back, with
ither symptoms indicative of Pulmonary
Disease, not essential to intimate. Alter
asing the second bottle of tbis invaluable
nedtcine, her cotgh entirely disappeared,
nd her strength increasing fast,-and by
he time she used t wo bottles more, she
round herself freed from all pain and other
4opleasant symptoms which attended her
lisease. She is now enjoying perfect
icalth, and willing to give any informa
ion respecting her cure: likewise recom
nends this Syrup to all afflicted with a
Dough or a Disease of the Lungs.
Forsale by Dr. Swayne at 54 North sixth
it. Philadelphia, and by
S.D. CLA RKE& Co, Drugists.
Corner Centre and Alercer streets, Ham
burg S. C.
june 15 tf 20
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Stcwart & Coat, Declaration
vs. on Attachmsett,
lohn Scurry. Assumpsit.
lutf& Johnston, Dedaration
vs. an Attachnent,
rohn Scrr.7 a Deb.
H E plaintiffi having this day filed their de
- clarations in my office. and the defendant
aving no wife or attorney known to be within
he State, oan whom a copy of the uamc. with a
rule to plead. could be served. It is ordered.
hat the defendant plead to the said declaration.
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
udgment will be given against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. T.
E'ecld C. II.
Clerk's Office. aqe 10
30th March. 1842.
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
D. J. Ryan,
V&. Debt, l'oreign% Attackmentt.
L. B. Pixley.
T lIE Plaintiff having this day filed his de
claration in my office, and the defendant
saving no wife or attorney, known to be with
a the State, on whom a copy of the same, with
i rnle to plead, could be served: It is ordered,
hat the defendant plead to the said declaration
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
dgment will be grven ant him.
GE. POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's Oie, Dec.16,1841 c. aqe 47
State of South Carolina.
homaas Berry, Applicant,
'nP g to, wy n i that Ruth
n* In this case reside
lindes D isbtheefore
FilL dse'd.. ong h is odys
O TOWLES, o. z..
State of Southl Ciarolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Britton Mimms, vs. Deelaraiion in Attach
W-fotmes &r Sinctair. ent.
WH EREAS the Plaintiff'in the above sta
ted case. has this day filed his declara
ion ' nsthe Defendants, who are absentfrom,
and wnthout the limits of this State, as it is said,
maving neither wife nor attorney, known within
he same, on whom a~ copy of the declaration
rith arule to p lead thereto might be seaved:
)rdered. that the Defendants plead to the said
leclaration, wvithin a year and a day, from the
late thereof, otherwise Ginal and absolute judg
nent will be awarded against them.
Clerks Offie,.GEO. POPE. c. c. r.
Oct. I8, 184l. 5aqe 38
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
phomas Carson'~ Declaraion in Debt.
vs. Foreign Atuachment.
Bdelaration in this case, in mny office, and
he defendant having no wife ornuorney, known
a he within this Statc. on whom a copy of said
leclaration, with a rule to plead can beserved.
[t is ordered, that the said defendant do plcad
o the said declaration, within a year and a
lay from the pubalication of this order, or final
mnd absolute judgmenrt wvill be awarded against
GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
Clrk's Office, Edgefield C. HI. Feb. 25. 18i42.
Alarcha 2 Iy !5
State of South Carolina.
TOI.1.ED before meo, thais nineteenth day
U.of Aparil l1842, say Allen Humph~alries, of
tabbeville District. ono lany HORSE. eighat
rears eold. 13 haands 2i inches igha, righat hand
oat white, ahlle amarks oan both sides of lain
lak, very mnuch erest fallen; a star in lain
are. A. F. WVIMBISHI, 3 P'.
junae 8 4mnt 19
State of "0outh Cairolina
' MUNs IIANKS, living aeat Capt Jacob
C.Long's, in thes lowet part of tis district
alls before tue one yellow sorrel M A iE, witha
blazed fae both hind feet white, about 14
aands haagh, and supposd to be about tena years
Id. A ppraised at$.
R.13. BOtKNIGIH T, Magistrate.
may 18 4mn 16
State of South Carolina,
OlHN B. HOtLMES, tolls before me,
Sa Spaish roan MA RE, body ianclined to
e white, somne miarks of gear. 4 feet 9 inchaes
igh, supposed to be fourteen years old: a
raised by D). White, 13. Howard, and J. C.
hlotnas, at lifeen doll.ars, and can he seena at
Ij. Ilolames', near IDelaughter'a Mill.on Taur
cy Creek. Blefoae mie dusa25th of May, 1842.
B. aIARTIN, Magistraec.
jae8 4m 19
Broueght to the Mug
ri this District, a negro aman who says his
name us Joseph. and that he belongs to
ihn Patterson, of Mackies Island, S C., of
ght complexion, lare whiskers fr'om car to
ar.5 feetfinaches hag .dt oefWN
The owner is e ocnefrad
rose property rga~es and take him away.
. . II. GOODMIAN,,s. a. D.
Jan, 5. 19 . tr 49
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one, or deter hint from persevering in their
use. These are evidences of the good ef
fects of the Pills in expelling the vitiatrd
humors from the blood to the su rfdce, and c
until the blood is purified, such disease can
not be cured. In scrofulous ulcers, the s
use of these waters and pills, invariably 1
cause them to discharge more freely, and t
in a short time, of a inore healthy appeal
ance. They are a very useful ren'edy in '
Cholera infanium or the bummer bowel t
complaint in children; as also for expClling r
worms from children. They im ediate- *
ly 'e a g appetite, promote digestion, Ii
anwill ectally correct and care acidi- I
and purifying elfct upon the blood; ao
from the tone. vigour and energy which
their operatioa imparts to the whole 'system j
they will he foud a great preventative of a
the feiers, which prevail in low and un
healthy regions; hence, persons living an ta
such regions, will find it greatly to their I
advantage to use the pills, for a fortnight, b
at the commencement of every spring anald
falt season, as a preventative, and mo build i
up constitutions broken down by previous ~
attacks of fever.
These Pills arc a valuable assistant to e
the use and efficacy of sulphuruus and sa
line mineral waters, and three or four of ti
them taken each day, at ditlerent timecs, p
which in attendance at other taineral d
springs, would add greatly to the curative
effects of these waters.
These waters an-J pills are worthy of
the notice of the Medical Faculty; atnd int.t
their hands would be a valuable article in-r
the treatment of many diseases. othcrnt ise
unnmanagable. In naenotrhaaa dystmen
orrhea and luchorrhea, the waters of
the Alumn Springs are peculiarly effe
cacious; and we believe the pills umadc
from these waters, wonuld have the sanme
ell'ct in the treatment of those diseases.t
that the water has; shacrefoire, wec wouldal
recommend a trial ot theta, by te Facul- I
ty, ini those diseases. These Pills are easi
ly taken, icavinig no tnauseous taste, tare c
pecrfectly safe in all cases wherea active lie
ver does not exist ancd do not sicket: pter
sons while using them.
Just received arid for sale by J. .
TII3JETS. at the Edgelicld Shoe Score. S
may lII, 1842~ tf 15 "
VEGETAUlLE LII-E PILLS AND
ORIGIN OF TrIlE LIFE 31EDlClNE.
7U lI l E trader may nt pera' pl e aware
thtatathe origin of Mtoffst's Lia'e Mfedaemeas
n as the result of a protracted aand painaful ill
nesofheiroiginaater. Mr John 31utat Whenu
taken:IIl. Mr. MI. wvas a prosperous and floutr. r
tshintg antelmhrt tat thte lower part of the city of ~
New Yoak; antd having conusulied antd empljaoyned t'
a nutmber of onr tmost skilful pahysciaans. hte,
afler mthila of nut'ering, was prevailed upion a
so p~urchase.~L the rec-ipe at thte inavaluabte '.eg. "'
table pareptarationt niow otTered to the public. 9
The effuet of te Life Mledicianes ian lis ow'n
case wims so -aaagultr anid remarkable. ta-t he.
itnmaedihaely determined to offer ta the world a
medicine me. which lie tnt only oeed hi. lIfe.l
but htia. happ.tned. The unatoram success ~ laieh
laa ..ince attended iteir admtitnistrasion in e e
insitanie, where a fair trial has been gira en
dieus. lans becen attested by thaousandsh~. anad in
contestibly paroves their itntratsic mecrat.
Tata Lirs vfstctsr.s-Gesa.L LttAK.rns
Thtese medaicinesa arc indebted for their namei
to their mnanifesat atnd senasbte ac-ion itn puariry
ing thte a.pringsand chtanels oh life, and etndnuing i
thtem wills renewaed tonte arid vigor, anad to the oj
ttndoaubmaed fact that at a 'erb early perioad tnat
their htiatory they had rescued .'lerert. fromnm
the s ery verge ot ant uniitmely grave, after all f
lhe deceptive naostruma~ caf the day, prescribed di
by phtysciane, had uttealy failed, itt whlich-ca re
Se. they also permanenttly sectreda Itat tunifom th
ejoyment of health, without which life tself ec
is but a pattial blesuinag. So erent intierd laud at
their efh'eacy iuvariably proved, thuat it was us
seareely less than mniraceulouts to tese who were a
ancquarinted with the beautifutlhy phailosophi.
cal pranciples upon whlich they were comapound
THE PHTNIX BITTERS are so called
cause they posses the power of restoring the
piring cUbers of health. to a glowing vi0c
roughout the constitution, a the Phnixt I
idi tabe restored io life from the asbes Of itil
vin di.solution The Phcui Pitters aft en-'
ely %egetalble, compooed of roots fbhabd i
rtain parts or tihe western country..which W
fallibly cure FEVERIS AND.A'UESof
ids: 'will never fail to etadicate.entirely ala
e effect of Mercury, infnitelypooner than the'
out powerful preparationst #f Suapartla,'
ad will immediately care the determiation of
LOOD TO TI E HEAD$ neverfai muthe
deness incident to young females; and will be
und a certain remedy in all cases of neras
bility and wceakness of the most impaired con
itutilons. As a remedy for Cownic and x.
Immatory Rheumatism. tihe cficacy of the
laniex bitters will be demonstrated by the use
a 4siogle bottle.
The lroliietor rejoices in dhe opportunity af.
rded by Ilhe diffuason of tihe press. for placing
i VEtI.TAIBLI: LIFE Ml:DlCINEd with
tihe knowledgo and reach ofevery individnal
tle communty. Unlike the hast of nri
Dns qjuackeries. which boast of vege le in
redientst, the Lile Pills are purely and SOLELY
WTAnr.LZ, and contaan neither lercurg An
momasy. Arsenic, nor any other minneral, in an7
inn whatever. They are entirely compcaed
*extracts fron rare and powcrful plants, the
rtues of which. though long known to several
nias tribes, and recently to some esiinent
harmiceutical chemiits. are altogether un
nown to the ignorant pretender to medical
:icnce; and were never before adainistered
so? happily eticacious a combination.
Te i opeation is to loosen from the coats
the atomach and bowels, the various impC
tie.' and crudaties costanaily settling around
em; and to removethe hardened faceswhicb
Alect in the convolutioss of thle smallintestines.
ther medicines only piafrtialiy cleanse these;
nd leave c-such collected masses behind as to
roduce habitual costivenes, iwith all its train
fevils, or sudden diarrhaja, with its imminent
angers. Tihe f'act is well known to all regular
natonssacts, who examine the human bowels
fler dleatl ; and hence the prejudice of these
ell inforsned men against the quack aniadicines
I' Ihe age. The second effect of the VEGE
'.BLE LIFE PILLS is to clease the kid
eys and the bladder. and by this means, the
verand the lungs, the healthful actionof which
utirely depends n pon the regularity of the
inary organs. 'Tie blood. which takes its
Ld color froms the agenecy of the liver and the
ing,i before at passes into the heart, bei thus
trcfied by then. and nourisled by f cam
ig frost a clean stoanach, courses freely through
e veins, recnews every part ufthesystem. and
iumpelhantly mounts the banner of health in
ie bloomeing cheek.
The foilowing are among the distressing va
iety of lunwan aliseaeses, to which the Vegeta
le Life Pills are well known to be infalible:
DV3PSI.0 A, by thoroughly cleansing che
rat and second stonachs, and creating a fow
fpure healthy bile, instead of the stale and
crcd kind :-Fatlrency, Palpitatisof as
eart. Loss of .l ptiterart bura and
dea, Restlessness. Ill-tlemper, Anzity. L~ewgr
ad Atdanchoiy, n lich are tie general symp.
)ms of lyi-pepsia, will vanish, as a natural
unsequence of its cure. Costiveness, by desas
ig the whole length of the intestines with a
Dvent process, and without violence: all via
!nt purges leaves the bowels costive within
no days. Di'arrhsa and Cholera, by removing
ic sharp acrid duids by n hich these complaints
re occaiaoned, and by promoting ilie lubrica
ve secretcons tl' the mucous membrane. Fe
rrs of all kinds. by restoring the blood to a
.ular circulation through the process of per
Oration in sonic cases, and the tho h solo.
oic ofal intestinal obstructions ino
ble Wie Akledicins have be 'ni o
twin half time, byM
ation from tbe maeles and g(96e
ints. Drapsies qf all kind, yreeing and
rengthening the kidneys and adder; they
perate most dclightfuilly on those importantor
ann, and hence heave ever been found a car
in remedy for the weerc5 cases of GIetlI. Also
'ermns, by dislodging from the turnings of the
swehs the slimy matter in nc lich these esea
ir adhere: Asthmna and Conesasuption. by re
evincg the air vescts ofl'ac lunega Scrn the u.
use, whach even slights colds will occasion,
hichi if not removed becomes hardened, and
roaduces those dreadful diseases. &aurry, VI
ers. and Increere hrs, by the perfect purity
'lih those Life Pill~s give'totlue blood, and all
cc husmors: Scoriutie Eruptions and Bsd Covn
fcions, by their alternaicne elect tupon the
nids that feed the skin, 'the morbid state of
Iiclh occasions all Erupplic comrplaints, Sal
ew., Cloudy, and other disagreeable Coseplexious.
'hce se ofthlese Pills for ca very shmort tawil
fluect an e'ntire cure of Sal Mlhemn, Erysipelas,
acd a. strikincg imnprovetment in the Clearness of
ice e/dn. Cuommcon Colds and Iqfuen., wil
Iwacys be cucred by one dose, or by two, even
the wors~t ca-es. Pdefr.,-ns a remd foar
is mes~t dusttessng acid "hbstinate malady, thme
e'getable Life Pills deserve a dcstinct adem
hianc recommendations. It is well known to
unrdred'ds cn thiss city, that the originator of'
vae r n~uale~ Pl'l was himself aillicted with
i' comiphisc fur upwards of thirty-fre years,
c.l that lhe tried in v ain every remedy1rscr
ed within thet c whole compass ofthe Materia
ledica. ilehIowever, at length. tried the Ne
riaeccwhicha he ncow ot'ers to the public, and
e nc as enre'd in a very short time, after his r
very hcad bjeeni pronouncead nt only improbma
Ie, but absolute.lyv imnpossible, by any human
All that Mir. Mloff'at requires of his patients
to b~e I~amricular in taking the Life Aledicines
rictly acscrding to the directeons. it is not by
nesapeal4r ncotice, or by any thing that be
imnsclh msay ray in their lavoer, that hopestogain
rdit. It is alonae by the meults of a fair trial
.ldrace to Females.-Females who raluejgood
ealthc ihoueld niever he without the Life Medi
nres las thev pcurify the blood. remove Obstrue
ecnhi. amid g've thme'skin a beasutiful, clear, heal
v. ande blooi'.ng ajpear'ance.
Te Parends ,:nd others.- Persons of a pletho
c hiabit, n hmo are subhject to fits, heasdacbe,gid
ncewec. ditmni,e of sighst. or drowsiness, from
;- reat a tlow of blood to the bead, should
ke it harequenctly. C"hildren, and persons of
Il ages. mccay take thcemc at uay time, as they do
i contacin anercury, or any ingredient that re
eirca4 conm ens'rast or restriction of diet.
T'o Elderly Personsg..-bany healthy aged in
vaduals. n lao knowcc the value of slioffst's Lify
ediines, make it a sule to take them two or
ree tries a week, Icy whaichc they remeave thce
uses that prodnee disease, preserve their
alth. and keep .lr the infirmaities ofage
lleads of f'amdlics should alway-s keep a quan
y ocf lhe Life Mledjiies in the use,a r
lv ma ease...sof sudden ilhaue; for by their
rusmp~t admistr~ation,. lChlera 3iorbus, Gout
51he stomcach, C'ramps, Spasms, Fevers, and
heir ualarin;:c complhaints, whic$a too often
ove fat.al, amay lw speedslcredrreeted
Facts for .11thers aun s,' i a fact
tablicehed by the anunI blto 's, that
wc half of tice childrentieBruware eut lefr
caininmg .eve'n vears ofs ae.and the hitial
oice'cefthiss annrtality 'n~fd toexiastin that
usl sat,- or the stoinaelretd biarels weichl pro
aces thse cenceration 90 Worms As thuesi
' Life lle'dicineshaave lonagheld a dilg e'
reputation; asadfor fonihess of the t~
d bowels, and'coniatlS is altheitgjhWeiss
cy not exlst, it isalowfd to b ulertor tS
For-mbta , EW ,Agu
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