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BONG OF THE TEETOTALLERS.
t REV. azo. M. aZTHUXZ, D. D.
Let others praise the ruby bright,
In the red wine's sparkling glow.
-Dearr to me is the diamond light
Of the rountain's clearer flow;
The feet of earthly men have trod
The juice from tie bleeding vine.
Dut the streamcomes pure fromthe baud of God
To fill this cup of mine.
The give in the cup ofcold water
The clear sweet cup of cold water;
For his arm is strong, though his toil IN
Who drinks but die clear cold water.
The dew-drop lies in the floweret's cup
How rich as its perfume now!
And the fainting earth with joy looks up,
When;Heaven sheds rain on her brow:
The brook goes forth with a pleaait voice.
To hear ler quiet sung:
Then give ime the cup of cold water
'IT clear. sweet ciip of cold % ater !
For bright is his eye and his spirit high,
Who drinks but the cult of cold water.
The lark soars up with a li hter strain
When the wave has wa. led her wing;
And the steed dings back his -thundering
In might of the chrvial spring:
This was the drink f Paradise,
Ere blight on her beauty fell,
And the buried streams of her gla dness rise
In every tuoss growsa well:
Then here's tu the cup of old watev
The put,-. sweet cnp of cold water!
For Nature gives to all that hives
But a drink of die clear cold water!
From the .Ameriean .ichanic.
When de'potism helil its reign
Seeirely o'er 16h- peopl'd earth,
And shed upon the wide domannin
The darkies of her native birth,
The ata: of treeoun prowilly rose.
With be~atu ism i ituicrch'd. and widely shone,
'Tall l.-r.es stuated fron repose,
AJ frowa'd upon each tyrant'. throne.
When firt it fiash'd its brilliant rays.
It chrer'd a thousand aching eyes,
But when the splendor 4-f its blaze
Lit up with lurid Games the skies,
Muads sank before its shrine,
Vith hearts that warm'd beneath its light,
And baird it as a star divine,
To melt away oppresuion's night.
It higher rose-it brighter dash'd,
Despoie septares fell in dust;
1ingdo en kngdoni widely crasha'd.
thrones like empty bubbles burst
Crowns wither'd on the lieads o( kings,
The spell of ank dissolv'd its clarm;
The tyr&ts grandeur spread its wins
Ana power lost its mighty aria.
Bameallrllgz. worth gew to power,
.d =m a ofi ni,
ji aised herg diske crest,
&nd vine, with ber tune divine,
All heartM sudned-each nation hilest.
The light that brok, from that bright star,
Grew bnder with each passng hour,
It pour'd its rays on lands afar,
Melting the c'hains ofkingly . er;
Nations involv'd in deepest nigt
Whete freedom's tays had never shone,
Now hail with joy a foreign light.
Streaming upon a despot's throne.
Obh! mighty star!t defend thy rays,
Until voleanoes in thee biarn,
And thou shalt in such sp~lendor blaze,
That thrones shall met-to ashes turn;
And millions groaning to be free,
Shall see the rise upon their shore,
And burstiing through their slavery,
Shall kneel to hail thee, and adoro.
Frome the sa.
TO A RAT,
(catuouT Is' A PatTiG orraCa.)
Thou lung-taihed. ebon-eyed, nocturnmil ranger !
W~hat led the hither. amsong the types amiI
Dost? thou not know that running midnigl.t
O-er atanintg type., is fraught with imm'nea'
Did hunger ;s'nitthe,-.1-dd,'t thou think to fied
Some~ cii.-e.e Pajrmonii to' delight thy miaa 7
V'am hope '-nuiie biut a literary jaw
Canmi m.~a:" o'eir e..ukery for the mind.
I'erehlm.ce than last a literary ta.'
A love f..r letters. and that so'rt of shin;
Bitt why, thou wire-tail'd imp- thou vermin
Di..t thon. but yesternight, devour our past.,
Andi throw our ty pcs in pyramnid. of pi /
Ty doom's decreed-Comne, Tow:rer! at him
T H E Stubscrbe'r has beens, by Thet Judge o
the District Court for South Carolina
District, appoirted Commiiaionrs for Edgefleld
District. pursuant to the provisions of the Act
of'Congress, made, and now in force, concern
ing Bankrupts. Therefore, any person wish
ing to avail himself ofsaid Aet, wi please call
tpon the undersigned. at Hamburng, S. C.. who
wdll prepare all the paper's necessary to a flnal
dischatge, on as liberal terms as any other per
son, having procured all the Rtule's and Blankes
of said Court reqwured,.&c.
Hlamburg. June 27th 1612 tf 2'2
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Win. Scarry, )
'a. )'Declaration in Assumpsit.
Win. II. Isrennan,~
for the use of
Wmn. Scurry, Dedaration in Dcbt.
John Scur. .
T HE plintadla naving this day filed their
' delruinaiin the above stated cases, in
my office, and thme defendant having no wife or
attorney, known to he within this 8tate, on
whom a copy of said declarations. with a rule
to plead shl esre.I sordered that the
said defendant do plead to 'he said declaratimans
within a year and day from the piublication of
thi, order, or final and absolute judgment wil
he awarded against him.
GEO. POPE, c. e. a'.
- Clark's Ojee, w
$7lhiay,1842. ly 18
U.anessand dc -atch, at the Office.
.ithsEzD.ErELDA .R& BA
Ct..arESno. June 62, 1842.
[Orders No. -.]
T 1 E Commuissio ned Officers of the follo
ing Bigatles are ordered to cncamp to
five days. at the times here-in specified. viz:
The 2d Brigade of lufantry. ot Tuesday, th
9th day of August nelt.
The bt Brigade of Infantry. on Tuesday
the 2:d day of August net. The alajor Gen
eral ofthe ist Division will dersignate the place
for the 1st and 2d Brigades to encamp, and re
port to the Commandcr-iii-cl-if. the places si
The 9th Brigale of Infantry, at the Lime
stone Springs, on Monday, the 5th day of Sep
The 5th Brigade of Inf-ntry, near Canmden
on Motday the 19th day ofSeptember next.
The 7th Brigade of Infantry. niear Soci--t:
luill, on Tuesday. the 27th day of Septembe
The Conmisioned Officers of the 1st ano
5th Brigades of Cavalry will encamp by Regi
ments. with the Brigades of Infaistry in whicl
they are located. or by Brigades, with cithe
Brigade of Iifantry of their Division. as thi
Brigadie-r moar deem most ciofveienat.
The 351jor (.enerals of the lst ad r.th Divi
rions. and the Brigadier Generals of the 5th
6th and 7th Brigades, are required to ezend s
mich of this order as relates to their respectiv<
The Quarter inster General will en.wC tho
arms and tents to be at each encampment ii
The following Aids-de-Camp to the Cog
mander-in Chief, are ordered to attend the en
campments. viz:-Cohsnels Wigfall, Dikinson
Thomson. English. Masnning, Wallace, Ala:
eklsil. Singleton and Tayhor.
By order of the Comnaander-in-Chcif.
J. W. CANTEY.
Adjutant and Inspertor Gencral.
July 7 fit 24
T [IE Sumbscritwr otfe-rs for sale the wel
known Hote in Aiken. froiting on
Rail Road, and known as AARSII'S 110
TEL The house has bei:n kept as a Publig
House for several years. and contains 40 ronsi
double and single, the greater portion ofthen
with fire places. Upon the premises are like
wise all necessary ont buildings. kitchens, ne
gro houses and stablisng for 100 horses, in thi
yard is an excellent well of water.
Terms one third caeh, the balance on a credi
of one and two vears.
Also-Forty or fifty unimproved Lots, hand
somely situated. within the corporate limits o
Aiken. Apply to
JOHN MARSH. Aiken.
Dee 9 if 45
C J. GLOVER respectfully anIounces t
Le- hisliendsand the pubieray,that
liuring receied a arge . .yosmpedulma-.
led i lw f it
lZ beanya or- djane y r
madp, Naalnot be by anurn the
Sothern abft. He ~ ' prepared to
.manere ARNESS, and to bave done at
ING;t and hoges by promptnehuand strict at
tntian to business, to merit a share of public
may 4 f 4
State of' South Carolina,
IN T HlE CO3310N 'L E AS.
Ileverly Durton) Atachmncat,
Win. M1. Steifie. Debt.
?1H E Plaitziff havinmg this day filed hiis
IIelarationin my office~aud the Defend
nt having no Wife or Attorney known to be
ithin the State,aon whiom a copy ofthesame,
ite a rule to plead~ieould be served. It is or
ered that the Defendant plead to the said dec
ration within a year anid a day, or final and
bsolute judgemnent w ill begiven agantst him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. p.
Dec. 18,18l1. Ct 3 $7 50 47
State of' South Carolina.
I.V TIlE COM.(JS PLLEAS.
rammel & Jones.
7 H E Plaintifi in thc case, hauvinig filed his
declaaionm itt my ollice, amid the Defen
ants hsavitng neither wives. nom attornsey s. ott
-homt a copy of the said declaration. w ith a ruale
o plead thereto, mi"liht be served: Ordered.
hat the aid Defendants do appear and pulead
o the said declaration, u ithsin a year~ aind a dlay
rosmlihe date of this order, or final amid absolute
udgment will he awarded against them.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON. c. c. r.
clerk's Offe,. Dec. 16, 184l. age 47
State of South ('arolinla.
IN THE COMitMON PLEAS.
Anson Rlobley, )Declaratlion in At
L, I.v Pilytachmentl.
H1 IER EAS the Plainatif~in the ahore
staled case, has this day filed his
claration agaisnt the Defendant, who is
bseni from amid without the limits ofthlis
tate. as is is baid. having neither wife nor
attorney, known within the samte, on whom
cap of~ a the Declaration wvith a rumle to
Plead thereto, might bec served: Ordered
tht thme Defendant Plead to the said Dec
aration. within a year amid a day, from the
date thereof. othcrwise final and absolute
udgment will be awarded agaism himn.
GKRRGE POPE. c. C. P
Clerk's Office aqie 44
Nov. S7. 1841.
State of' South Carolina.
IN TIlE COMMaON PLEAS.
AI3BEVIL LE DISTIRICT. -
otruing S Patterson, Declaration
Executrix, vs. by dtaimaari in
A. V . Cox, Attsachmet.
TH E Plaintiff'having t is day filed his de
claration in my oficeand thme Defendant
aing nio wife or attorney known to be with
inthe Stat. upon whom a copy could be served
vith a rule to plead. 0On Wotion. ordered
tat time Defendant do p lead to the said declar
son withina year and a day froma this date, or
fial and absolute judgment shall be awarded
J. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. P.
.e.. Wmt. nIt aee '3t
State of South;'
IN THE COMAMON
J M. & W. Adams,
jSydney S. Boyce. -
T E defendant Sydney S.- h
now in the custody of 8-,
Sheriff of Edgefield district,b
of Capias ad satisfaciendum, at
& W. Adams. having filedhi a
schedule on oath, of hias n '.a
view of being admitted to tt
of the General Assembly,
solvent Debtiors Act," It i
vingular the creditator of tm bCe
Sand they are hereby .ummoriedtDme uiseif
any they cn. in the Court'oftonsaui
for Ed-efeld District, atEdg ,C-a utle,
onTueday fie secon day afI
term. or on sticbotierda as
the Court may order, wh he -aid .
Boyce should not be admited to the of
the said Act, upon his ezecudiherequisite
GEO. POPE .c .v
Clerk's 001, 9th Julg. 1842.
July 13 ($14560) 3* 2
state of South Carjidae.
r ABBE.VILLE DISTRICT.
IN THE COMMON PLE'S.
HOS. S. WILKS and Thes. T. Swann.
1la1te 3Merchants, nAer the Airtof T S.
%Wilks & Co., who are in the custodi the
r Sheriff ofAbbeville District. by virne'gfa Ca
D as ad Satisflaciendam. at the suit ofJames
bryce. surviving partner, and Thes. L Wilk.
by virtue of a canas ad satisfiiendumat the
suit of Thos. G. Vilks, assinee, ha filed
their petition, with a schedule, on nttheir
whole -states, real and personaL incldi both
the partnership assets and thoseof ii.
dual partners, with the view oftakingd ben
cfit of the Act of the General Asseii*, coa
nonly called the --Insolveni Debtir Act,"
Public Notis is hereby given. that the said pe
tition will be heard and considered i*the Court
of Coinmon Pleas for Abbeville Disakist Ab.
bev ille Court Iouse,on Wednesda istwelfih
day of October next, or such day ti'reafer
as :he Court may order during the trmin, coal
maencing at the aid place. on the secoud-Mon
day of October next. All the creditirs there
faore. bdt those or the said firm, and theme of
the indi% idual patiners. are berchy smnmoned,
personally or by their attorney, then and there
a the -aid Court to shew zauae, if ay they
rnnt, why the benefit of the said Act should not
Ie- granted to the said Thomas S. Wilks and
Thopmas T. Swann, upon their execating the
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON.- .
Clerk's 06ice, July 2, 1842.
Jtuly6 (617 t2) 3m 23
State of South C(arolina.
3AMES MORISt:l, Jr.. ivnag fo miles
above Liberty Hill. on the ..i at
alorris M6ills, on Hardlabour cree before
me. oti1 sorrel HORSE, su1poedta eight
or nine years old. with a blaze in uiaE both
hind feet white. fonrteen and a halfliaMshish
A praied to be worth tharty-oei' and
fiy cents. Jone 23d.1842.
THOS. J. HIBLER, N
State of South A .
EDGEFIELD DISTRI V
without the limits of this dha
ing either wifenorattorner. the
same, em whom a copy ofrhe .with a
rule to plead thereto, might bessind ( der
ed, that the Defendant plead'totheedeclara
tion, within a year and a day, thithe date
thereof. otherwise final and absla fetent
will he awarded against him. -
L~fer's Ofee, G EO. POJB etj
Oct 18,.1841.5 - *Af d J
State or South Carblina.
IN T HE COMMON PL EAS.
Robert WV. blathis, A si
TlHE Platit'avin this day Sled his de
T claration in my ofic, and the defendant
having no wife or atnorney, known to be with-.
in tIme state, on whom a copy ofilhe same, with'
a rule to plead, could be served. It is ordered.
that the defendant pleadto the said declaration
within a year and a day, or Sinai ad absolute
judgment will be given against hi.
GEO. POPE, c. c.P.
Clerk'sOfit.Dee.15,184h. d. ae 47 ..
State of' South ('arolina.
IN TilE COMtMON ~EAS.
J N. Turley, For,, ,;scraui,
William Rt. Fowler. M.
V lIE plaintif'in the abovecasy having this ~
1.day filed his declaration in'tly office, anad
the defendant having neither wikrnr attorney
k~sown to be in ibis State. on -hpacp a
he served: Ott muoio-Orderet, that the de-.
endant do plead, within a year andi a day from
his date, or final and absolute jndgtnent will.
be awarded against him.
ORAS3IlUS D. ALLEN, c. c. v. I
Ofre of Cemmone Plugs, .he
Barnwell District, Septr. 24, 1841. - h1
State or South Carolina. 9
iN TILE COURT OF OlIDINARY. I
Thomas Walton, Gnardian, of Elvey
Simneon Jay. John Inhow, Joseph yay.
and Jes',e Jay. ez'ars, and adna'rs. of L
Jesse Jay. deceased.
.1Jay. one of the defendants, resides out of
this State, it is ordered,tbat thasaid Simeon Jay,
do apea in yoice on 'Maliday the 26th
day or eptember~ seat, to rendir an account of
his acts as late guardian of the agid Elvoy E.
Ja. OLIVER TOW E8 o s. o. a
Edgefield C. H 20th J 8I2.- 3m 2i ti
State of St aroina. pa
EDGEFIELDI* RC . ol
IN THE COM* FINtEAS. E
Lewis Culbreath, ~ Is is As- ui
John Sentr. 4#asat. a
Samuel H. Chappell, . i A.- il
John Scurry. - F er
known to he withinthis l'' iwhom a co- ti
py o sadeda~ iwit gplad, can U
be srved Itis -siddefen. C
dni do pleadito hesl * witiuna
year and aday fomthe of this or- st
der, or final and" i wl be
awarded against him. .
GEO. PE~f, c .
Cr.O. r na ) - * ~1 bi
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PIJEAS.
Stewart & Coat. Delaration
Vs. on Attachment,
fohn Scurry. Assumpsit.
Ruff& Johnston, Dedaration
Va. on Attachment,
John Sca. Dek.
HEplaintiff sai stog this day filed their de.
clarations in My office. and the defendant
having no wife or attorney known to be within
the State, on whom a copy of lhe same. with a 2
rule to plad. could be served. It is ordered.
that the derendaut plead to the ,aid declaration,
within a year and a day, or final and absolute
judgment will be given against him.
G EO. POPE, c. c. r.
ofi c. aqe 10
30th Mfarch, 1842.
State of* South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
B. J. Ryan,
vs. Debt, Foreign Attachment.
L B. Pixlev.
T l E PlaistifFhaving this day filed his de
claration in my ofiwce. and the defeundait
lm=ing no wife or attorney, known to be with
in the State,on Wh)om a copy of the same, wih e
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
dgment will be given against him.
GE. POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's 0fie. Dec. 16.1841 c. age 47
State of South Carolina.
rbomas Berry, Applicant, t
Ruth Martin. Defendant.
I T appearing to my satisfaction that Ruth
Martin. the defendant in this case reside
without the limits of this State. II is therefore
ardered. that she appear, and objects to the di
vision or sale of the real estate of Elizabeth
Hill, dee'd., on or bef-sre the first Monday in
Septhmber next, or her consent will be entered
OLIVER TOWLES. o. r.. P.
June 10, 1842. 3m 20
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PL.AS.
3rittan Mimmq, vs. Declaration in Attack.
iolmes & Sinclair, meat.
W HER EAS the Plaintiff'in the above sta- I
ted case. has this day filed his declara
ion againstthe Defendants.who are absent frot.
ad without the limits of this State. as it is said,
saving neither wife nor attorney. known within
be same, on whom a copy of the declaration
with a rule to plead thereto might be sarved:
)rdered. that the Defendants plead to the said
leclaration. within a year and a day. from the
late thereof, otherwise fnal and absolute judo
nent will be awarded against them. U
Clerk's Office. GEO. POPE, c. c.P. I
Oct. 18, Id5l. 5age 38 1
State of South Carolina.
EDGEPIELD DISTRICT. u
IN THE COMMON PLEAS. c
lhow Canon, Ddaration in Debt. i
Foreign Attachment. t
HE lai' having this day filed his
dealaratior in this case, in my office, and
be ,a a .au* 'no wifeocattoreyknown
o t!Vs6r-n'W plead t
atsk said o cluatm. a year and a a
y owm'the pubbiation of this order. or Snal rg
ad asonte .judgment will be awarded against ti
GEO. POPE, c. c.r
2esrk's Offce, Edgefield C. HI. Feb. 25. 1842. tI
March 2 ly 5 h
Brought to the Jail '
FJ this LDistrict, a negro man who says hasa
name as Joseph. and that he belongs to
ohn Patterson, of 3lackies ibland, S C., of
ight complexion, large whiskers from car to U
ar.5 feet 6inaches hingh.a
The owner is requested to come forward,
roYvepropetyjay caresand take him away. ti
Jan. 5. 1842. tf 49!)
State of South Carolina.
OLLED before me. this nintetecnth day C
.tof A pril 1842, 'y Allen H uimphries, of
Lbbeville District, one hay HlOhtdE. eight i
'ears old. 13 hands 2 inches high, right hind ii
sot white, saddle marks on. both sides of hsis i
ak, very much crest fallens; a star in his a,
aee. A. F. WIM8ISlI, i r. ,,
june 8 4mnt 19a
State of' <outhi Carolina.c
A3105 BANKS, living near Capt Jacob C
Long's, is the lower part of this district Il
ills before tne one yellow sorrel MA RE. with ri
blazed face, both bind feet wihite, about -I I'
ands igh, and supposed to be about ten years I,
Id. Appraised at 535. I
Rt. B. BOUKNIGlIT. ug.trate.
may 18 4ma 16
State or South Carolina,
EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. '
OilN B. HOLMES. tolls before me,
a Spanish roan MA RE, body inaclined to -
e white, some nanrks of gear. 4 feet!9 inches
igh. supposed to lbe fourteen years old : ap- v
raised byD. White. B. Hloward, and 3. C.
'homas, at fifleen dollars, and can be seen at
laj. Hlolmes'. near D~elanaghter's M1ill,nn Tiur
vy Creek. Before me this25~th of Mav. 1842. 9'
B. MA RTIN. Magistrate..
jnne 8 4m 19) w
The Wonderful Cures :"
PERFoaMgEP 'v id
R. SWAYNE'S CO.\hPOhJND SY-N
RLUP OF PRUNUS VlRGlNlANA,.
OR WILD) CHIERRY.
ORE PROOF ofteecy of Dr. Ia
Iayn'sCmpund byr up of Pru-.
as Virgmniana, or M'lid Cherry. c
Mlrs. Browna, corner of Second street I .
ad the forks of Germantown road, effec sm
ally enred. Hcr symptomts were, gene h
al debility, at tended wit ha constant cough. tia
sin in the side, breast. and back. with ry
hter symptoms indicative of Pulmonary 'tl'
isease, not essential to intimate. Aliter c"
aing the second bottle of this invaluable
edicine, her cough entirely disappeared.
ud her strength increasing fast,-and by
0 tie she used t wo bottles more, she to
und herself freed. from all pain and other 5112
pleasana symptoms which attnded her n
sease. She, is now enjoying perfect thE
salth, and wtilling to give any informa- ahs
aO respecing her cure: likewise recoin. th<(
ends this Syrup to all afflicted with a by
ough or a Disease of the Lungs. tier
For saleby Dr.-Swayne at 54 North sixth en
.Philadelphia, and by *
S D. CLARKE & C.o.Drutgists..
Corner Centro and AMercer streets, H am- un
arg S. C. cal
,nne 15 ,e 2%n -a
ALUM SPRING PILLS.
FRa TuE CURt or
D)spepsia, Scrofulous and Chronic Licer
T H ESE Pills are prepared by Dr. S.
Rt. Campbell, fron the water of the
tighly celebrated Mineral Springs, in
lockbridge county Va., called the Alum
iprings. These waters in their efiects
1pon the system are ionic, increasing the
ippetiie, and promnioing digestion; they are
iternative. exciting the secretions of the
landular system generally, and particular
if the liver and kidne-ys; they are cathartic,
troducing copious. dark. bilions evacua
ins; and they also effect a determination
o the surface. increasin, the perspiratimn.
-'rom tl-e combination of all these efTects
ipon the system. they area :great purifier of
he blood, and equalizer of the circulation.
Fle efiect of the Pille. made from these
vaters. are in all respects. similnr to the
vater itself, and each pill is equal to a com
non glass of water. For the cure of the
hove diseases. and all other chronic (or
how) diseases. preseverance in the use of
hese Pills, according to the directions giv.
.n in the small bill., accompanying the
tills. is all important; and if they are per
eringly used as directed, n cure may be
nore certainly expected. than under any
ther treatment heretofore discovered. ex
ept from the use of the water, from which.
hey are prepared either by an atnendance
it the Springs or otherwise. rhey very
peedily citre diarrhmns attended with
cidity of the stomach. n.d what is com
nonly called heart-burn: two or three pill
nay be taken at any time, n hen the stom
tch is troubled with acidity. with the hap
>iest effect. These Pills have an excel
ent effect in preventing the attacks o1
tervous or sick-henidnche: from three to
ix pills should be taken at once, s ben the
iymptoms are felt.
These waters are an efertnial remed3
or all hemnrrhaces; and as the Pills have
he same effect in other cases, it is believed
hey % ill alsen have the same efect in caseq
f hemorrhage. They cnre dropsies in
ome cases but nre not att infalible reme
Iv itt all cases of this disease.
From the efficav of these waters and
iill< in purifving the blood, they are in
,altiable in the cure of all diseases of The
kin, and all indolent sores. nor disposed to
healthv nelion In the use of them for
tch diseases. if the digense of theslkin ap
ears to be rietated at first. or if the tleere
ecome more infla med and discharge more
reel-, let not this circumrtance ninrm nnv
ne, or deter him from persevering in their
4e. These are evidences of the cood ef
rets of the Pills in expelling the vitiated
umors from the blood to the surface, and
natil the blood is purified. such disease can
of be cured. In erofulous ulcers. the
s- ofthese waters and pills. invariably
ause them to dischar2e more freeiv. and
i a short time, of a more henlthy appear
nce. They are a very useful renredv in
:holero Infantum or the summer bowel
omplaint in children; as also for expelling
rotrms from children. They immediate
r give a nd appetite, proniote digestion.
d-wil leffectually correct and cure acidi
r of the stomach. Frnm their cleansing
id purifying er eta upon the blond: and
am the tone. vigour and enerev which
teir operation imparts to the whole 'sstm
icy will be foundl a great preventative of
te fe-bers, which prevail in low and tr
etalthy regions; hence, persons living in
ich regions, will find it erently to their
'votnage to use the pills, for a' fortnight
the comumencement of ev-ery sprinr anl
il season, as a preventative, end to huihb
p constitutions broken down by previons
ntacks of fev-er.
These Pills are a valuabtle nasistant to
te use and ellicnevof sulphurnus and ea
ue mineral waters, and three o~r four of
tern taken each day, at difT'rent tie',
'hich itn attendance at other tminernl
irings, wtould add greatly to the centive
Ifects of these water'.
These waters an-I p.ills nre worthy of
te notice of the Medical Farttny: atnd in
te-ir hands would he a van~luble article in
te treatment of mny diseases. ntheerwi-e
onanngable. Int nmeno rhea, dlysment
rrhe.a and ltnchorrhen. the waotero of
Ce Alum Spritngs are peculiarly de
tridotus ; anid we believe the pills mn;.b
om these waters. wotuld hinve the sam'
Tect in the treatment of thtose' disense's.
tat the water has; nh'refore,. we wouldl
commendl a trial of them. h.v the F.'enil
-, itn those- diseases. Thc-- Pille en 'lsi
takcn, heaving no tnaucmunstnste, nire
,rfe-ctly safe itt all cases where active fe
r dones not exist ando odo not sicken per
us wshile using them.
Just received antd for ale by J. D).
IBBETS. at the Edgefield Shire Store.
miay hil, 1842 tf 15
MjOF FA TT'S
EGETABLE LII-E PILLS AND)
uhRlGlN OiF TIlE LIFE 3IEDICINIF..
I i E ne-ader may' tnot pe-rhaps lhe aw~'are
that' the ortigmt of Sloffat's Litfe Medietm.cs
is the~ resutlt of .a protracted andi pamtful i
sof their originzater..31 r Juohn 31.1fat Whenmi
keni ll. Mr M. was a ptrdopermuts and tl'mtr
Iid n-rchanit a, thme lows er part of the cati eof
tw York ; anid htaving consumlte-d and empt1loyed
number or our ameost skilful physsicians.e he,.
e-r mmonthms of ..tteirtng, wvas p.revailed tuponi
purchase thme ree-tpe of thme invaliable vege
tie plreparatiltn tnow oflferemd to the ptublic.
The elifect of the. Lit.: .ledic-~ie itn lim owtn
se was~ so sinagular and renmarkabke, that lie
mmeldately de-te-ruminted to mIVer tom the world a
-dicitne t. which h le not only emwemd his life,
t hiis haptmnese. The muniform acemss ns hichm
sinlce attended thetir adminiiistrmato i't eve
jistance, wvhuere a fair trial has ieeni gist-t
to. has been attested by thomusatnds. and itt
itea'tibly proves themir intrinsic mtermt.
tnr. Ltrr.3 Aicts r.s-G tr.R It Atts.
r'hese mtedicines are itndebted for thmeiar nante
their mnantfest andI ue-nibe ac-tion itn ptri'y
theu spritngsatid channels ohlihfe, and endelmntg
mt withm retnewed tonie ande rigmir. atnd to the
duhrubed fact that at a ve-rs early period in
ir history they had rescned sieire.rs from
very verge of nin untimely grare, after all
deceptire nostrumns oft the day. pre.'enrhed
phy~scians, had utterly failed, tn whiech ca
they also pe rmaneintly secured that uniform
ov-tamt emf health, withouit which life itiself
mit a pat tial blessing. So y rnt indeed had
ir elicacy imnvariable. proved, that it was
reely leu. than miiraculous to those who we-re
icq~uaintedh with the beautifiully philosophi
prmtciples upon whtich they wcre compound
nnd unnn which they nn.e.anart. -
THE PIENIX 1llTTERS are so cale,
because they posses the power of restoring die
expiring emwlers of health. to a glowing vgor
throughout tie constitution. as the Phncixt a
said in be restred too life from tle( ashes of its
town dissoletinon The Phe.ix Bitters are on
tirely vegetable. composed of roota. round in
certain part. or thbel westerno country. which will
infalsbly cure FEIA:l(S AND At;Ul8 of all
kinds; ovill iever fail to eradicate entirely all
the effect of .lercury, in finitely sooner than the
mo10st powerful preparaitiones --f Sarsaparilla.
and will inc mediately cure the determination of
[$[.()O To TillF:'ll F.A I; tever fail in the
sirkness incident to young femalesI and will be
laind a ceitain retinedy it all enS," of nrrrous
debility and treakness oftie mort impaired con
stitueton. As a remedy for Chronic and in.
fianmatory liheumatism. the efficacy of the
lal:iinx elitters will be' demonstrated by lie use
of a 'emgle bottle.
The Irouprictorrejoiccs in the opportunity af.
forded by tie diflfuan f tle press. for placing
lir V'l:.TA BL. LIFE %I.DICINES with.
in the k nowledge and reach orevery individual
in the community. Unlike the host of perni
cinis qackeries. n hich boast of vegetable in
grediiets. the Life Pills are purely and NOLLY
vrGorraaI.r.. and contain neither Mercury. An
timnarneiy. Arsenic, nor any other mineral. in any
foerm whatever. They are entirely compcsed
of extracts from rare and powerful plants. the
virtims or which. though long known to several
Indiane tribes, and recently to some eminent
pharmaceutical chemists. nre alugether un
known to the ignorant preteider to medical
science; and were never before administered
in so happily efficacious a combination.
The first opeiation is to loosen from the oats
of the eatomcach and howels, the various impa.
ritice and crudities constantly settling around
Ithem: need to remove the hnrden. d ficeswhich
collect in the convolutions orthe smallintetines.
Other medicines only partially cleanse these;
and leave such collected mamas behind as to
produce habitnal cotivenesa, with all its train
of cviis. or itudden diarrha-a, with its imminent
dangers. Tse act il well known to all regular
atnatoeists, who examine the human bowels
rafter death ; and hence the prejndice ofthese
well informed men against the quack medicines
of the age. rhe secondl effect of the VEGE.
T %BLE LIFE PILLS is to cleanse the kid
neys and the bladder and by this means the
liver ant the ings, the healthful action of which
entirely dejends. upnn the regularity of the
erinary organs. The blood. which takes its
red color from the agency of the liver and the
lung before it passex into the heart, being thus
purified by them. and nourished by food com
ing from a cleat stomach. coutrses rreelv through
the veins. reiews every part of thesyistem, and
triumpihantlv mounts lte banner of health in
the bloomninag cheek.
Thi following are among the distremsing va
riety of hn.an diseases. to which the Vegea
ble .efe Pills are well known to be infallible:
IYSPEPSIA. by thorongzlely cleansing the
forat and second stoutachls. and creating a flow
of peere healty bile, instead of the stale and
acrn m d :--iatuleye. Plpitation fat
Heart. Loss ef .ipptite Hart4rn ad i
ache. Restlessness. ll-tnccper. Anzity. LaageuT
and Melancholy, A lich are tie general symp
teems of IDyopepsia, will vanish. as a natural
consequence of its cure ('ostireaess, by cleans
ing lie wile lengti of the intestines with a
solvent procees, and without violence: all via.
lent purges leaves the bowels costive within
two days. Diarrhaa and Cholera. by removing
the sharp acrid fluids by it hich these complaimta
are occasioned. and by promoting the lnbrica
tive. secretiona of the mucons membrane. Fe.
rers of all kinds. by restoring the blood to a
regular circulain through the proces of pet.
speration in some cases. and the thoronghusehq;
non of all intestinal obstructios in utbaUweee
The Life Nedicimes have been hknwn to
Gestin half ft imebyne orI
mation from the aineles and hgaenent" E
joints Dnrpairs of kind.. breeing aid
-treengthening lthe kindneyu and bladdert they
operate most de'lighctfuclhy o these importanter
can-. anid hence lhave ever been feetnd a cer
taim' remedy for thee weret casesnof Orardi Also
itomby dislodain:- frocm the turnings of the -
mtures ndlwre: Asthma and (consham iou. by re
lievinig the air icesh of the inngjs trouc the mu
eni,, which even slidhn colds will occasion,
n beich if neat removed hecomes hardened, and
prodhuces those dreadfutl diseases. .Seasre, Ut
rers aced Inreterate Sores. Iy the perfect purit
which those h.ife Pills give to the blood and al
the hen-norm.: rorbutir Ervutions and Bad Ca
plarions. by their :eiternmaeee effect uiponc the
Ileceds that feed the skm., the morbid state of
nlhiche nocuion~e all Eruptircecomsplaints. Sal
lote. Cloudy, and othe~r disag reabis C'ompleriecs.
Th.- nc.- efthese l'ilbe focr a ver y shoert time, will
e tfeect an entire eure of Salt Rleent. Erysipdts,
aned a 'etrikiang mtapjrovem.-nt en te f'laess of
the .in. Co'mmon Colds and Ilucs. will
alway, he enretd by one dose, or bcy two, even
ini the ~nrst ca-es. Pailcs,-.n, a retnedy for
'his mcest distresesing acid obstinate malady. the
Ve'geta ble l.ife Pills deserve a distinct an em
,hie re comunwcnelacim.. It is well known to
hundeereds in thi" ccty, that the originator of
thc"e vatecale Pill. was himself afflicted with
thi" ceamplaimct fear etpwarde ofthtrlgy-lre pears,
:in.' cbli he cried in in every retmedy prescri.
i!.d withein the whele compeass ofthce Materia
ilecheca. ile beonneer.nt lengch. cried the Me
elhrijee w ihich Ice new offer-s to the p'ublic, and
hte wvas cured in a .e'ry sheori time, after his re
covery lead baeene prouncucced not only inmprohca
ble', buct absolutely imcpossible. by any human
All theat Mir. St ofath requires of his patients
is to lie particenlar in taking~ the Life Mfedicines
strictly according to lice directeoons. It is not by
a niew.cper notice. or by anty cting that he
heicmselfomay say to ctheir favoer. that hiopes togai
credit. It iis alonee by cte reslts ofa fair trial
Adette to Femals.-Femalea who value good
healthe sheoule never be~ without the Life Miedi
ecee as thev purfy the blood. remoie Obstruc
tions. anmd g~ve the'skin a beautiful, clear, heel
cley. and bloeomaing a ppearatnce.
To l'arents and others.- Persons of a plethco
rir habi, who are subthe't to fits, hendache, gid
detce's. dimtness ot sight. or drowsiness, from
tolof great a tiow of bleaod teo the hecad. should
take cc freqtuencly. ('hildreno, aned persons of
all ages. miai take them cc at any time, as they do
rot contacin 'mercuery. or aeny inpredient that re
queiree coceeneent or re'strictin of diet.
Toi Elderly Prsons.-lancy healchy aged in
e hials, whoii kn~ow the vnlie of 3loffat's Life
31e'dirccnea, tmake it a rule toc take chem two or
threc t~mes a week. hby whichc they remotoeV the
cauises chat predealie disease, preserve their
hceailh. anda keep ofT the infirnities ofage.
Ikradsof familienhould alway5 keep a quan
tity ref chie Life 3ledicies in thie hocse, as a crt
edv inc enses of studden illeeaq; faor by their
peemipt admmneistrationt. Choelera ?lorbus, Gout
ccn tie asteicinch. Cramtpe. $pasmas. Fevers, and
achier niarmaing cuemcplainte, which too o~en
pcroe fatal. maye he speedily cecred at' prevented
l'acts for Mothers and .'aurss.-It is a fact
estabbeshed' hy thee acnnal hills of mortality. that
once hialf of the. chaibre'n horn are cut off before
attaicnincg seven years of age. and the fruitful
sonicc of this mnertality is fon to exist in that
foucl state oaf the stomtach and bowels which pro.
deccesa the gteeratioen of Worms. As the mh
restairer of I intiie I health. en thisciticalastate,
the Life 3ledicines have loncg held a distinguih
cd repautateon; and for fonlness of thestmh
and bowele. acid convtulsions, although Worms
may nt exist, it is allowed to be superior tO
l'ra &b A. 3EIGS, Agenct.
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