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B Y virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, I will proceed to sell at Edge
gcld Court House, on the First Monday
and Tuesday in December.next, the follow
ing property :
Luther Roll, N. L. Griffin and others,
vs. Charles Lamar, the House and Lot in
tho,town of Hamburg, known as the A
merican Hotel occupied at this time by
rDobert R. Hunter, as a Public Tavern.
Michael Barr, Adm'r., vs. George W.
Yarborough and Robert T. Moore, Survi
,vlos, a tract of land containing one hun
dred and fifl acres, more or less, adjoin
ing lands of Uriah luabnel, Catharine In
abuet and others, as the property of the
Defendant, -George W. Yarborough.
Michael Barr, Adm'r., vs. Robert T.
Moore and William Bridges, Adg'rs., the
tract of land where Samuel. Moore lived at
the time of his death,'containiti nine hun
dred acres, more or less,.adjoining of lands
of Joel Inabnet and others.
Milledge Galphin and others, vs.- Milledge
Hankinson, Adm'r., one negro boy, Billy.
Martin Hitt vs. John Thurmond, one
H. BOULWARE, s. E. D.
Nov. 8 4t 42
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEA$.
William Brunson. Adm'r.I
of C. A. Dowd, Mortgage.
W lliam Morris.
B Y an order from the court of Com
mon Pleas, in the above stated case,
I will proceed to sell at Edgefield Court
House, on the First Monday in December
next, the premises described in the Mort
gage in the above case, viz: the House
and Loi in the Village of Edgefield. con
taining three acres, more or less, on the
road leading from Edgefield Village to the
Pine House, adjoining lands of Enoch
Pressley and others, on a credit of six
months, the titles to be signed but not de
livered until the purchase money be pa;d,
according to the terms of sale-an I if the
purchase money be not paid wheo due, I
will resell by virtue of the same levy, on
account of the former purchaser, for cash.
Costs to be paid in Cash.
H.BOULWARE, R. E. D.
Nov.8 4t 42
The Slate of S. Carolina.
David Calvin, Applicants, )
Henry Calvin, Mary Taylor, Summons in
Elizabeth Neyland and others, Partition.
Y an order from John Hill.Esq. Ordinary
Bof the District aforesaid. I will proceed
to sell at F.dgefield Court House, on the First
Monday in December next, the lands belong
ing to' the Estate of William Calvin, deceased,
situate in the District and State aforesaid, con
taining two hundred and thitteen (213) acres.
more or less, bounded by lands owned by J. H.
Hammond and others. Sold on a credit of
twelve months. Purchasers to give bond and
approved personal security, and a mortgage
of the premises to.the Ordinary.
H. BOULWA RE, s. z. D.
Nov.8 4t 42
ST TE OF 8. CAROLIN,
IN EQUITY. ^~
Sarah Ann Roper, & another,
vs. . Bill for
Dr. H~arwood Burt. anad Emily Partition.
his Wife J
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue of
an order from Chancellor Johnson, I shall
effer for sale at ltdgefield Court House, on the
First Monday in December next, the Real Es
tate of Benjamin Roper, deceased, consisting
One tract ot' Land, situate in the District
and State aforesaid, on the Martintown Road.
containing nine hundred (900) acres, more or
less, and boutnded by lands of Daniel Prescott,
John Jones, Samuel Scott, Estate of Charles
McKie, and Estate of Hillary M. Collier.
Said land to be sold on a credit of one and
two years, in equal annual instalmenats, except
the cost of suit, which mtust be p)aid in cash.
Purchasers to give bonds and good securities,
and mortgage of the premises to secure the pur.
chase mone y.
And on Wednesday, the Fourth day of' De
cember next, I will sell at the late residence of
the satd Betnjamin Roper, dece'ssed, the Pe~rson
al Estate of the said deceased, except the Ne
gross, consisting of Horses, Mules, Cattle,
-Hogs, Household and Kitchen Furniture. Plan
tation Tools, Corn and Fodder, &c., on a
-credit of one year. Purchasers to giv'e bond
and good securities.
S. S. TOMPKINS, C. E. S.Do.
Nov. 8 - 4t 42
State of South Carolina.
jY JOHN H ILL..,Esquire, Ordinary
JIof Edgefield Distrtct.
W~hereas William Bushton, hath applied
to me for Letters of Administration, on all
and singular. the goods, arid chattels, rights
and credits of:Joseph Bushton, late of
the Dist rict aforesaId, deceased, these are
iherefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular, the kindred and creditors of the said
.dleea'd, to be and appear before me, at our
next Ordinary's Court for the said District,
to be holden at Edgefield Court House, on
the twenty-fifth day of November inst, to
show cause, if any, why the said adminis
tration should not be granted.
. Given under my hand and seal, this
Tenth day of November, in the year or our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and
forty-four, and in the 69th -year of Ameri
* JOHN HILL, o. E. D.
- Nov.13 2t 42 .
State of South Carolina.
*IN THE COMMON PL EAS.
* ohn B. Ronatree,? Declaration in
e er. Foreign Attachment.
Pl1I~ra~ntir'havng thisday filed his De.
c. laration-in my Ofice, and the Defendani
having.hidgife.or-Atorney known to be with.
in the Stateon whomn -copy of the same, with
a rule to pleadkean be served. It is ordered,
that the Defendant plead to the said Declara
tion within a year and a day, or final and abs.
lute judgmteut will be given aginst him.
T HOMAIS G. B CON,c. c. p,.
Clerk's Office, Nov. 11th, 1844.
MIEIGS & CO LGAN,
. EDGEFIELD, S. C.
HIAVE now on handn beautiful assortment
.of Goods, Pelected with great care, from
the latest importations, among which may be
French, English and American, Black, Blue,
and fancy colored Cloths.
French, English and American, Black and
Velvet, Satin, Silk and Cashmere Vestings.
Gloves, Stocks, Scarfs. fHandkerchiefs. Hats,
Caps, kA' . Ac.,
with many other articles usually found it such
Ali kindsof GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHING
made up in the most fashionable manner.
A share of patronage is respectfully solici
Oct. 30, tf 40
New Fall and Winter Goods,
T HE Subscribers have received their new
I FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
embracing a general assortment of desirable
and, handsome Staple and Fancy Goods, suited
to the season.
GrccriebIllats, Shoes, Hardcare. Saddiry,
cehool Books and Stationery,
all of which they will sell on accommodating
G. L. & E. PENN.
Oct.9, - if 37
T HE Subscribs are now receiving and
~ opening at their Store, a large assort
ment of DRY GOODS, of the latest an. most
SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, SADDLERY. &C., &C.
to which they respectfully invite the attention
of the community
Give us a call, for we got our Goods to sell.
BLAND & BUTLER.
Oct.2 tf 36
75 1HE Subscribers have formed a Copartner
I ship. under the firm of KENRICK &
THMAY ER, br the transaction, of a GI ERAL
GaocER BusiNss, at the old stand occupied
by H. A. Kendrick, nearly opposite J. 0. B.
Ford. H. A. KENRICK.
l 'B. THAYER.
The undersigned avails himself of this occa.
sion, to return his thanks to his friends and
customers. for the*liberal patronage heretofore
enjoyed by him, and trusts the same will be ex.
tended to the new concern.
H. A. KENRICK.
Oct. 23,1844. 3t 39
Fall and Winter Goods.
WM. KETCHAM & CO.,
HAMBURG, .. C.
RE now receivina their FALL AND WIN1
,. TER stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
NEGRO CLOTHS, BLANKETS, BOLTING CLoTHs,
CARPETING, BONNETS, and -
alt the fine and fashiohablo articles for Ladies
and Gentlemen's wear.
We have completed such arrangements as
will put us in the receipt of nero Goods weekly,
during the business season, so that all the new
styles of fashionable goods can be found at our
Store,as good as the best, and cheap as the cheap.
est, as fast as they shall appear in the New York
THE MERCHANT TAILOR SHOP,
will still be conducted
By Mr. G. W DICKINSON.
A fine assortment of Cloths. Casimeres, Ves
tings and Tailor's Trimmings constantly on
WM. KETCHAM & CO.
September 11, tf 33
BOOTS ANVD SROES.
T H E Subscriber would respecctfully inform
the citizens of Edgefield District, that he
as on hand a good assortment of home made
BOOTS and SHOES, whIch he will sell cheap
for cash, and on -u reasonable and approved
redit. Also, a small lot of Northern PEGED
Boors, a firat rate article, at the low price of.$3
Also on hannd, a large lot of home made
PLANTATION SHOES, of the very first
uality, which will be sold in lots to stui pur
hasers. Persons in want of Negros Shoes will
uid it to their interest tocalland examine them
before purichasinig elsewhere.
Sept.2E. C. REMIER.
Sp.5~ tf 35
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS
Water Proof. and No Mistake
H A MBURG, S. C.
T H E Subscribers still continue at the above
stand, to. RECEIVE and. STORE, SEL.L or
Cotton, Flour. Bacon, &c.
RECeIVE AND FORwaRD
Purchase GOODS to order, &c. &e.
Produce sent to them with instructions as to
its disposal, shall be PROIP.TLY attended to, and
orders, in every instance, s rictly obeyed.
Feeling grateful fnr past favors, they respect
fully solicit a continuance of the same
H. L. JEFFERS & CO.
Hambur~g, August 24,1844 6m 31
Tooth-ache ! Tooth.ache U
D R. LA COUNT'S ELIXIR is:a speedy,
certain, and lasting cure for- the most
painful and distressing disease that can af'ect
the human frame. In almost'.all eases of
Tooth-ache it arises from a decayed state of
the parts, which exposes to the -action of the
atmospheric air, the iservei or ititernal' surface
of the dopious or rotten tooth, and a etire nmst
be effected, eitherby extractidni or by render
ing those part8iiigerious9 to the action of the
Dr. Lacount' iis particularly adapsted
to destroy the ithonit the sihtest in
jury to the otheidtelthi and thereby-effecta
permanent' cnre. Itse pplication is not at.
tended by the slightest pain, or inconvenience.
lr7Thousands have declared that they would
not be without this preparation if it cost S10
Price, 50 Cents.
*For sale in Edgegeld, by
J. D. TIBBETT'S.
Oct.30 -6w 40
Esato r.Rachael Moss, deceased~
are rquest'ed' to present their accounts dul
attested, and those indebted to the Estate wil
lHA M bU R~.G, . C.
T HE Subscribers have connected them
selves in the WARE--HOUSE AND
COMMION BUSINESS, at the old.stand of
G. WALNxR. under the firm of
WALKER & PEARSON.
They would beg leave to offer their services
to their friends and the public generally.-in the
transaction of a Coxmxssio-tBusiNEss, inLall
its branches. They are prepared to attend to
the Sale, Storage and Shippag of Cotton, Ba
con. Flour, and other Produce. Receiing and
Forwarding Goods, purchasing to order. &c. 8rc.
They feel assnred from the favorable location
of their Ai are-House, well known to the pub
lic as the WATER PROOF WARE HOUSE,
and for its many advantages in point of location.
and from the longt experience of Mr. Walker in
the Cotton businness. wbo will devote: his per
sonal attention to the sales of Cotton; and
from their deteimination to devote their undi.
vided attention to the :bnsiness. they will be
able to give general satisfaction.
Their charges will he for sellingcotton25 cents
per bale; for ship ping do,12h cents;for selling all
other prndunee2 per cent.; 25.cents per pack
age for receiving and forwarding Merchandise.
No commission will be charged onr customers
for the purchasing of gools. Having a fine
WhIf attached to our Ware-House., no
Wharfage will becharged on Cotton .onsigned
to our care, either for sale or to be shipped to
Savannah or Charleston. Liberal adyices on
produce consigned to us. will be made when
We pledge ourselves not to speculate in or
purchase one bale of Cotton, but devote an un
divided attention to the interest of our customers
which we hope will insure us a liberal patron
WALKER & PEARSON,
I. L. PEARSON.
I avail myself of the present occasion to re
tura my thanks to my friends and patrons for
their liberal support during the past four years;
and I assure them I properly appreciate their
kindness and confidence.; and in return will
use my best personal efforts to prote-ct their
intetest when confided to Walker & Pearson,
for whom I would solicit your confidence and
Yours. Respectfully, G. WALKER.
September 4, t. 32
State of South Carolina
John W. Hearst, vs. Bill for
Patrick C. McOwen, Partition.
B Y virtue of an order of the Court of
Equity. I will sell, at Edgefield Court
House. on the First Monday ins December
next. the following tracts of land, as part of the
real estate of the late Col. John Hearst, on a
credit, (except the costs, which will be required
in ca.h,) of one and two yenas, the purchar-rs
givineg bond and qecurity, and a mortgage ot
the premises, viz:
1. Tract No. 4, called the Range Tracr,'sit
uate a part in Edgefield, and a part in Abheville
District, containing six hundred (600) acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of Daniel New
Edward Atcbesot, George Henderson, and
2. The Monre Old Field Tract, situate in
Edgefield District, containing about one hun
dred (100) acres, more orless, adjoining lands
of V. U. Mantz. A. T. Traylor, David Rush,
and others. ' - -
3. The Jordan Tract, situate in Edgefield
District, containing one. hundred (100) acres
more or less, adjoining lands ofr Nathan San
ders, George Garner, C. Wethington, and oth
4. A Tract situate in Edgefieid District,
near the Steam Saw Mill. containing about
eighty (80) acres, more or less.
This last nmentiotned tract will be more par
ticularly described on the day of salc.
H. A. JONES, c. E. A. D.
Commissiones Office, Oct. 28 5t 40
State of South ar-olina.
George Holloway and
wife and others, IBill for Par
vs. ~ .tition and Ac
John Rochell count.
and others. J
I T appearirig to my satisfaction thait Bar
tholomew S. Adams, John Tomp1kins of
Tennessee. and his wife dusan, John Gibstn.
James Atchison and his wife Sarah. Ophelin'
Barker, William Adams, James Adams. Thios.
Adams,Jeremiah Barnet and his wife Julia,
James Stallsworth, Calloway.Sinallsworth, Park
Stallsworth, JAckson Stallsworih. Nicholas
Stallswvorth and: Nancy Stallaworth, Defend
ants in this suit, reside withdiut the limits of this
State, on motion of Mr. Carroll, Ueomplainants
Solicitor, at is ordered; that the above named
defendants do plead, answer or demur to the
complninants said bill of complains within three
months from the publication hereof. or the
said bill will be taken pro confesso against
S. S. TOMPKINS, c. E. E..D.
October 25 *.3m 87
State of South Carolina.
IN' O RDINAR Y
Bates Wrenn, Joshua Harrts.'
and others, A pplicants, v.^ Partition for
Win. Wrenn, Mack ,Wrenn, the safe of
and.Jaekson Wrena, De (Real Estate.
.IT appearinig-to my satisfaction, thant Win.
KWrenn, Mack Wrenn,and Jackson Wrenn,.
Defendants, resides without this State, it is
thereforeordered, that they do appear and oh-.
ject to the division or sale of the Real Estate of
Bates Wren- sen., deceased, on or before the
first Monday in Jatnuary next. or their consent
to the same will be centered of record.
JOHN H ILL, o. z n.
Oct.i, 1844 ~ , 12w; 36 ..
State of South Carolina.
Charles Jones and wife A pplicants Summons
B. F. Jones aind others Defendants. it Partition.
ITeppearing to in -satisfactaon, that 'Wil
liamJons adJ An Cotter, wife of
JohnCoter, ormrif esresides without
the limits of this State.' It is therefore ordered,
thaithey do appear and object to the division
and sale of the real estate or Joseph P. Jones,
Senrez deceased, on or before the first Monday
in January next, or their consent will be' enter.
ed uf ecord ' JOHN HILL, o. a. u.
Nov. 4th. 1844. 41 12t
A'L persona. indebted to the. FEstatte qi D.
,i.. W. Tibbetts. deceased. are requested tn
make'payment immnediately, and those-having
1Idemands aginet said Esiate- will present them
accordinir to law for payment.
"...4J. D. TIBBETTS, Administrator.
ne9 if 27
-'Prove all things, and hold jast to that
which is good."-Paul.
T HESE Pills are no longrr among those
of dot:btful utility. They have passed
away from lhe thousands daily launched on
the '-tide of experiment." and now stand higher
in reptitation, and are becoming more exten
sively used than any other medicine ever pre
pared. They have bien introduced into every
place where it has been found possible to carry
them, arid there are few towns, or villages,
but contain some remarkable evidences of
their good effects. But it is not necessary to
.0vertise them at large, or to say any thig
-ther of them, than to 07eQaution those wish
ing to purchase Antibillious Family MedJjcine,
to be particular to enquire for SPENCEIR.T
VEGETABLE PILLS. as there are nuner
onas preparations put on sale almost every day,
of doubtful efficacy. To satisfy the world 'of
the inestimable worth of this Medicine, I
would simply observe that, it has been long
used by some of the leading. lights of the pro
fession in their exlen'ive practice, and is now
prepared with great care, and upon scientific
and chemical principles, for general use, by
the present proprietor ory. The imputation
of Quackery therefore cannot be affixed to this
Medicine, since it is the preparation of regidar
practising Physicians, who hace made the healing
art their profession, and whose pharmacentie
preparations cill ever be held in the highest esti
T'Read the following certificate from Mr.
0. C Kelsey, a popular merchant of Tomp
kin's Bluff, Ala . arnd thousands of a similar
character might be given if necessary to prove
the efficacy. popularity and usefulness of this
Tompkin's Bluf, Ala., Jan 4,1843.
Dr. A. Spencer-Dear Sir: I wish you to
forwaed me a large supply of your pills; I don't
think 300 boxes too large a quantity to send.
I sold 160 boxes the last six months; they are
they most popular pill in this place. For bill
ious complaints. sick-headache, dyspepsia, cos
tiveness and such like diseases, they are con
sidered almost an infallible remedy. I have'
been agent for Dr. Peter's Pillsand formerly
sold a large amount yearly; but I now sell three
dozen of your pills to one of his. My custom
ers think them superior to Peter's or any other
Pill& Respectfully yours, 0. C. KRIsEY.
Price, 25 Cents per box, with full diree
Ey'A fresh snpply, just received and for sale,
in Edgefield. by J. D. TIBBETT'S, and on
enquiry- may be found generally in all the
cities, villages, and at the principal Country
Stores throughout the State.
Oct. 30. 6m 41
VEGETABLE FEVER AND -A GI
:'AND ANT[ FEVER
T F ESE PILLS wherever they have been
1 fairly tried have established an enviable
celebrity, and are daily superseding all other
preparations in curing the diseases for which
they are prepared.
The following certificate is from Judge For
-at, a gentlernan ofthe fhrst respectability in
Jefferson co., Alabama.
Jonesboro'. Ala., 4th reb. 1844.
I certify that in the summer of 1842 1 had a
severe attack of fever and itgue, and was for
some time under the treatment of a physician,
but received no benefit from his prescriptions i
-my disease continuing to increase in the
frequency and severity of its attacks. Inat last
had recourse to Dr. Hull's Fever and Ague and
Anti-Fever Pills, and in using half a box -vas
entirely cured, and have remained in good
health ever since. I afterwards had in -my
family several cases of fever and agnte, and
have in every instance made use of Hull's
Pills, which h'ave always immediately effected
a cure. -J. F. Foutrsr," -
Price, SI per box, with directions..
tt7 A fresh supply, just received and fo~
sale, by -J. D. TIBBETT'S
Oct.30 , 6m 41
Remedy for Coughis
DR. HULL'SCOUGH LOZENGES are
mtraidly sqiperceding-all thrprepa
rations forthe relief of.Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Whooping-coug~h, Catarrh,, Tightness of the
chest. Bronchitis, and-similar pulmonary affec
Thousands,- we ma~y sayi thou sands wvho have
sufdired foryears from, te above disdase.i are
now ini the possession of sound health. which
may be attrib uted'entirely -to the fortunate itse
of one 25 cents hox of this,-invaluable medi
cine. They are as pleasanti to 'the. tiete-as
candy-convenient to carry inithe 'pocket, and
warratited to be ths most effectual Cough med
icine in use. . - . '
Price, 25 Cents per box, with direc
Hulls Worm; Lozenges.
It is estimated tht.100,O000 children- die an
nually frathe effets of worm's alone!! This
vast mortality could be almost entirely ;:ye
vented by the.uste .Dr Hull's Wotni oiEN
oCs,' Every family where there. ate children.
should not fail to keep this imnportant~medicine
in the house, and administered when their
symptoms indic~ate the.. presenes p.f~thesedan
garoiu and destructive reptil~es. . -
(17t?,The following extract from the."Spar
tan ~qee' speaks the sentiments of all who
have ever used th~is valuable Woax, Daivtor
1s0 MEntessa. - .
"From our ownnutviedge, wca take great plea
willcry 'for the,and eat them as they tootdd
candy."t - .
:l ? A freshisupply, juse .raceited ad :for
sale. by J. D. TIBBETT'S.
IOnly 25 Cents per%6 bo with directions.
Oct,30 .Gin-- 41
A1Lsieslniisitedt ttthe .Estate of John
-3 ".usdss er requnested to make
agired ihwiand jb 'creditors of said
~statii biitldethailsi n due formn,
to SII SAS BRUCE. Executor
I - of John B. Bush, dee'd.
ALL Persons hiigdemandsstS
t Estate df~Richai Har iiiie
equestedl toi prsrtehid in the Ordi
nary's Office, duly attestedion~theil~th d I
IFebruary.nezt,.when a final settlement wilF.
I wade pn said.Estate. a.u: e
- B A MU~EL CAR TLEDGEAm~r.
nct.2n - 39
State of .Sout t arolinn.
IN THE COURT OF ORDINARY.
Samuel Cartledge. Adininistratior of
Richdrd Hardy. deceased,
The Distributees of the said.Richard
Hardy, decease4. -
W HEREAS the mid SaRnuel Cartleage,
Admitrator of Richard Hardy.dec'ed,
has mane 'application to me, to account for and
settle up all his. transactions, as Administrator,
on said Estate, These are. therefoie to cite and
admonish, all and singular, the Distributees of
the Estate ofthesaid Richard Hardy, deceased,
to wit: Thomas Hardy, James Hardy, Richard
Hardy, Abner'Glanton and - Tavy his wife, Ja
cob Lucins and his wife Martha, Lucy Parks
widow of John Parks; deceased, James Key
and Eliza Key; children of ElizaKey.deceased,
Brantly Tompkins and Furman Tompkins,
children of Susan Tompkins, deceased, the legal
representatives of Nancy Howerton, decea
sed, who was the wife of James.Howerton and
daughter of sair' Richard Hardy,. deceased,
Elizabeth Hardy the youngest danghter, and
jWary Hidy, the widow of the said Richard
Hnriv, to be a'nd appear before me in my of
fice, at Edgefield Court House, on Monday
the 10th day of February next, to show ciuse.
if any they have, why the accolnts of the said
Samuel Cartledge should not be finally accep
ed and received, and a final settlement and
decree made upon his Administratien upon the
Estate of the said Richard Hardy, deceased.,
Giren under my han d and seal this the 21s
JOHN HILL, o. Z. D.
Oct.23 tf 39
State of South Carolina.
^ IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Josiah J. Ryan, Declaration in For
-. eign Attachment.
Josiah J. Ryan, Declaration in
VS. Foretgn Attach
Fitzroy & Melnris. ment.
T HE Plaintif's having this day filed
their declarations in'the above stated
cases in my office, and the defendants
having no wife or attorneys known to be
within the limits of this State, on whom a
copy of said declarations with: a- rule to
plead can be served: It is ordered. that
the said defendants do plead to the said
declarations, within a year and a day
from the publication of this order, or fitial
and absolute judgment will be.: awarded
GEO. POPE, c. c. P.
Clerk's'Office, May 6, 1844.
May 8, 15 lV
state of South Carolina.
W. E. Jackson & Co., Declaration in For
vi. eign Attachment.
liE Plii..tiff having this day led his
.Ldeclaratiou in my otlicerand the-De
fendant having no wife or Atturney known
to be within the State. on- whom a copy
of the same. n ith a. rule to plead cnn I-e
servedl: It is ordercd.~that the D .h ndant
plead to the said declaration, A iihin a '. ar
and a day, or final and absolute judgement
will be given against Jm.
GEO. POI'E. c. c P.
Clerk's Gifice; April 30, 1844.
State of .uuth farolina
Oliver Simpson, Declaion
J. G. Eckles. in Foreign Atachment.
T HE Plaintil" having this day filed his de
claration in my oce, and the defendant
havitg no wife or attorney, known to be within
the State, on whotr a copy of thte same., with a
rule to p lead, can be served: It is ordered, that
the 'defendant plead to the said declaration,
within a year and a day, or final arid absolute
judgement will he given against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c.:'.
Cleik's Office. 16th 3larch.,1844
M ar .y .8
Allum Spring Pills,
For the Cure of Dyspqsia, Scrof"ulus and
SLiser Diseases... .
TH ESE PILLS are preparediby:Dr
S. R..CamphillT from the walero
the highly celebratedl.Mine'ral apnntgse in
Rockbridge counly Virginia, called, the
Alu~m sprimgs.. .
'Tpese.Pills,..like the- water frommbieb
they are prepared, area.di~uretic' proipo;
ig the secretion of urn~nail~rtve
inceasiug'the asegetip~on efdhe ular
system genlerallyg ai .3patJut~ he
liver. Trhey act-genly,...ut e t al
upon, the bowels, piter-two-or -threie days'
use, of them, producin'g copious-darkbil.
hioseacuatip. -.a..-3e W
They also eff'eet a determtnation toihe
surface, increasing the perspiration .there
fore. they are a great purinefieiblood,
and equaliser (of thie -citeulatiodn. Each
pill is equatto a cammbniglass-6f thbdwa
ter. rEhey should :be. thkean.beforc each
meal, and frpm as to ten or telveshouid
be taken in~the course.of .eachAdays fo~a
fortnight-.and then omit-didin'forahessame
perid.,. For the cure oflbealove diseas
es- perseverance in-the usesor tiikse-Pills,
is all important; aaddifW 'yaraefrsever
ingyl AWy ulseedi ni4~tght.Acute
may more certaiy he expee ed,.ihan un
der any otl~re ~ li ofore disco
vered,- except from the-use -of-the-water.
fromn whichnte ar eitar,4heryJy an
irt'ipan tl i 'aJ Pf.otdwise
are ase..y ps.f e rd;Irth ummner
boe e alofor
expe ffli pitfr. 'Fromeone
to fourehiit i hldbe equal pof
tions ea b~~icildiuider-six yeaa~,
they sld sgQ ~ idmixed .with
igno nauseos se; are perfectly safe
itrall easi h76eathtivefedver doesitot
exist, and db not siekew ~erionadhile using
them. -T' S:' ? lBE
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