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.,C q uitrth4W ?~~t - Uepget 6f the, I~ ~ ji IVm yt a ajd -r. a0't i ad the said.Jas. Pat -t; .e atterson,--hay j* a~jti purel the contem t so k4 anhavf agill lisP o, 1,A is whofd estte, real Witur, ahi a ds4 l SpersIifa , ir~the purpos'..robtaiuin en o Aocstte -Genr te. .senibly vidsd-ifftthe year 1759, codintonly 't soint him call I fnsovnt De1itor' Act :--PUB eoTICE is here d given that the a;wjo sthe iaid Jsme Paters6n will be ita in tW- ouiri of- Equity,- at Abbeville uusurthios p io 'he second Monday of. - J eit, z ai ll the creditors of Iliae said James Pattefon are hiereby summond pr J4 6ned; per-aIfr.p upsprbana sanally- or by attorriey,.to appear. then and Aie, befre the said-Court, to secr ause -(ifr.ADn tilk .can) why the benefit Of the A$A I' soothlyd sd ho It e raged9 to the sia -a s nOIes here entat the gamento ort' hai Ja ePtronvile Ait o - CaroEtya , ABBEVILLE.DISTRICT. John Iguniltoni, ey; 9.Bill for I rlia Hamilton . Partition wnd andothedrs;, heirs of Account of Ad IMniilton,dee. Adacements.I E ulplaeina t having filed his ill iiyoffice at Abbeville Court Hlowie, an. o it appearing to iy ,atisfaction that - rtai of the defedanrt, to wit: Archi 'I adHmto, Andrew Hamiltoir, William .yms ton, Eli. S. Davis, Mlargaret Kerr, -lhn Oliver and Sarh his wife, Samuel -1. Shannon and holly his wife, John Ifirris, Robert B. Hamilton. Charles M1. g Jarris,- Iyram G. Harris aind Joh W. H arris, are absent from, and reide without the .limits ,of -this State : therefore, on i motion ; Ordered, That the above nm ed defend nts do appear and Plead, answer or demur tothehsal ill, within three tionts after publication hereof, or the same will be taken 'pro cobnf glainst theild. WMetai of th . C. BdLeAe0K, C' E A D. Comm. fle, Marck I0, 18l. . 5----3m Soet Caro Chea, .W Ers UG iT ovb. ABBEVILLE DISTRICT. Sarah M'ride, tfidom, & Johir Buck, guardian, - of Miary M'i-ide, William Ml'Bride, Bill for James M'Bride and Sarah M'Bride, Accounts Robert MBride, Administrator of -.. -Jhmes M'Bride. T Appearing to mny satisfactionl thla - the defendanut in this case resides with out this State,--on motion by Mr. urt, Ordered, That the dov apear and ple-id, nswer or deaur to the biln o the Com toth-aidt illhithinhee monthso pub.. pliation hereof, or the sl im e takI e tnpro confesso against m. WM. C. BLACK, c E A D. Comm. OJfice, - Abecll C,18H. 3.-3m . Matle Carollqa,'5 ABBE VIL~LE DISTRICT. Wyratt W.Sre ado *Mryue MStrk, -~lm .'rie Bill f r James Mrear, Wiar Cres, pccnts Roeert &ILuisahiwfe I Adirstrtpoer Crnsf w - T Appearing to my stisaton tha l .-the dfendant i s resides theimits out this State:-on motion by -r t Ordered, That the (1o alp ar~ plead, answer or demur~ to thse hilom ait Coil tinansithix three months from patifthis puication r, or te adBill will be takeni pro-confesso againist thim. * WM. C. BLACK,- CEF A D. C'omm. Oie * Abbeville C. . 3--3m Feb. 20. Fyt V Stasrier w hngtbidi oldb~ meargae, bsns o coe by ot ordcut t tk imedfor -Jamen s-hge:inugnc-nnob gilliam C.saw L. GOOcMW . - s saL CPerns, inePde Scri epr'ge infoad hia wiferte-n ; accountps ad pliaeth is whifusfoh * T ApEarn o myectison thedatel af. tsreuends res vtbu. ~ e ii~ ftH. Sate riber hvion-ti'a ae Wuie ur toI txi omlints Bi-prl. Shuiain, Tr thusaid ill ewdil be tan duocteoner againe thrm.O DOD &M CCO.Kc AD .Crmef. fojr, pat)trw oii o. - DNOWD I GODE THTE Stbsrier wilming to nggein the Mol-ser~ighmuiness Gnmn tofk, Scr:G ~t~ elets te in dd i hi m cn-poueiabue dayntrtfiats lonfr ii.unlifcations.~fl Placeo -m5n CHG ILS OHNSON. geb/uckr~ie se, 1 80 --b ....... * ....... 7. DG I l Dgkso1 Atkinson. tet ysatisfa hatthe. udefzd ,Wllam Whitfresi "with-. ouit 'thhts p bladState,.dierefore'op. Inotillon j00 u iawsket, Esq. Solicitor for the Cornppiust. Oideed'at hd~tadDefendant dloap per, pisad, answ'er or-demur,'.to-the-coom. plainants bill, ivithin.tbree Inonths from the publeitin- of thij -order, or that the said bill baiken pMaainst him. " R. iRY 6 z'D. 'Coi. OJ% MaN 3,1 -8 4--3m Moeth Ceolinat, IN EQfITEV, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. Corneiji Scibels V. - Bill for Partition AbnerWlatleyetal. Account, Sc. T Appearing to liy atisfaction that Dr YThomas Batty, andi Helen Ann, his wife, defendants in this case, reside without the limits of this -State ; on motiO iy Ward law & Wardlaw, Solicito!.6r ' ants; Ordered, That the said Dr. ho d ' do appear lathis hf'ora t -dryll I answer or do 1 tin withm three months froi ' blication of this order, or that said' e taken pro conifesuo against them. J. TERRY, C E F. D. comm. Oj.lce 4--3m March 3, 1836. South Carolina, IN EQU1ITY, EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. John Key vs. .Billfor Relief.' Wiley Hlarrison, et al. T APPEBARING To my satisfaction that Shepherd Spencer, jr. nnd wife, and Mary A. Al. W. Brown, defendants in this case, reside without the limits of this State: on motion by WarcIlaw & Wardlaw, solicitorb for-coinlaininti Ordered that the said Defendants do ap poar in this honornble Court, plead, answer or demur to the suid Bill, within three months from. the publication of this order, or that the s'iid bill be taken pro cOnfesso against thom. J. TERRY, c.in T. Comm. Office, - c--;3 0 Feb. 18, 1836. SOUTH CAROLINA. IN THE COURT OF-OR'D.NAR. EDGEFIELD DISTRICT. George Reams and w.ife, Applicants, vs. Mastin I1ollowny,J. in and wile, et. al. Defiendaints. T appearing to my satisfaetion that Alustin 1 Holloway, John Dinnm and wife Matilda, de fendtants, reside vithout this State: It is there fore Ordered, that they do appear and object to the division or sale of the reail estate of Jourdain I lolloway, deceased, on or betore the 4th day of July next, or their consent to the sam31e wi i he entered of record. 0. TOWLES. 0. E. D. April 5, 1836 9-i The Fine D1ooiet Iorse, , 1T L . Stud the nro . 11nt -elsln, at tite il - bylg _prives, %iz: For t!e single visit $6; for ti Mason $ ~ 10; to insure a AL.., ' ,i ol $13. CLITUS is imost highly rnrommnedt by a large number of people, both ior his suecess ams a Foal Gette~r, and or ie excellence of hisa Colts. Ihis Colts will shiew tor themselves. ie com-. mnenced the ptresent setison at the Subscriber's Stable oii tihe lth March; on tihe 13th he stod uat Daniel Rtodgers',--on tihe 14th ait Richard Cole uiin's Cros Roads,-on the 15th atht. Willing,-. on the 16th at Williami Mobley 's, at tihe Ridge, on the Cohnnbia road,-on the 17th at Mr. DF. 's, at thme thepunce formerly ownued by Benjamin l-:vans. CLITU S will visit thle above stantds, ttcceissive ly, on every 10th day, unitil the seasonm expiires.. PAUL & MOB.LEY. P ZD;Q1R 22 CLITUTS was got by Singleton's K~oscinisko, he by Sir Archy; the Diam of Clitus was got by the old imported Whip, of Kentucky, his g. daum Qunicksilver, ohi of a Gallatin imare. D1ESCRIPTION.--CLITUS is a heamniful Chesnt sorrel now risinig eight years old, full 13 hands, two melsada half high, and of fine ae tion. hIs speed has never been tested,- in conse, quence of having his thigh broken, by the kick of a 3mnle, when he was a (Colt [I do hereby certify the above Pedi'e to ho correct. .JAMES WHJITAKER.] A pril 14, 1836 10t ( The proper, of Wtn. R. Johnson.) H 8 commenced his sea ~~son already ini Lexington and Edgefield Districts, at the reduced pirice of TI W E LVE DOLLA RS thme Seasoni, and FIFTE EN 11OLLA RS to Injure a Mare in foal. H~e will be at Mount. Willinug on the 19thi of March, a, Colemann's M Roads, on the 20t hi, ** ichair Isom's atl the 21f' at Watson's ' eclihee balance of t~m mi~;-n il lbe ait hiis stands everyninthi daty, throughout tihe SeasonI. Persons wishing to immprove dhe blood of Horses have nin opportuenity now ot a reduced price. H E R CLINE', Colt's are'very promising. H ER CLINE is to too well known thronaghout the State to give him a long Pedigree. I deem it suficient to stay, lie was got by the celebra ted racer,,.Old Sir Arebay, his damn by the celebrated Americani race horse Gal lati (son of imported Bedford.) LEER Ct.INE is a beautiful Bay of tirle ibrm lnd~iz.. Mares sent froman.distance wvill be charged for,- according to what tho owners order them to be fed with. Leeaville, Lexington,~ -Ma rch14,-1836.5 6-6 A Fine Jack ! ! H3 lE Subscribier informs. the Public -Uthat he will stand his-fmneyomung Jack the preseoitaeasonat the follow ing places: At may Stable, at W ashington H~ollowvay's 'and at Libery Hill. Terms.~-Five pollars the Season, and Ei ht Doflars to-inure. . eSeason willecommence the 10th of, S.B, RtOUNDTREit. March 10. '5-6 . . . .... L R E oaa A -JohnstonTioph ilus. Adams, Willim Johnson, 1Washlngton S-' Jo-utIM, Fjanci - Bowham, Alillege L. 2 . , K I~a~wCalvi c.- 3- Kinuanird,A. P. Itie b3thatand . Lt . i1 aid LeeWilliam Baon,. Toms Long, I usannah Bry ang BirdC C. Bnadwel, John Martin, Harret Biate. Hi ekiah E Martin, Henry 2rooks, aw '. n John . Bless, Thomas cDaniel Martin Blanddir. Miller, J. & J. C Bryant, Jesse .. iiiLs, ls -n Bland, Tahon . . Mils, irs. Sarah Buckallen, William Mobley, William Bales, Eloisa E. Maorris, Sidney Barnes, wol Mundy, lbhn C Ae Dullie, Marti Cotton, Arthur 2 alcCrilou ~lert. Cox, .Mithioll Clegg, Canipbell Nicholson, I F. Colly, 3. C. () Cuch, iarah hliverWilliam Cotton, MissDd Colbreatha, Ned Parkman, Henry Colbreatha Luke P.~es John - Cane, Mt. ,. Proet4 W'ij ' m .ail I) Posey, Wlb -nie, William F. MPurv, Jalu Davis. Jiames E. Iurvi.-wRey Jianjel and Mobley, Randall, !Wf . ba D~orn.,Wilam 3 Roberts, Mrs. sah Duottn, Miss Mary P. 'Robertson, Joseph E Robertson, Wilham Ehnoou, Mathias Rochelle, Joh W. F 8 Farrow, Vashti Swann,.J. Y. 2 Freeman, Littleberry Sharpton, LuPM Furguson, ltbichael Sharpton, Alesander Clh Simpson, Oliver Garret. Charles G.T Grilin, ol. - Tennent, Dr. [Tardy. Ca'vington Wattse. Itobja' 2 h ill, 11. 1. Waldroan. William Ilolsobake. Lerick 2 Weaver, .foithan HohnA. -Wr~att W'eaivCer. id lolland, Daniel White. AlarEnj James, William Williamson,Nathan Jackaon, William Wise, Wadhington Jones, 3obert Persons ihing Letters fronm this list, ail usk hr Adurised Leters. M. FRA~ZTER, P. M. .April 7, 1835 ---c NULLIFIER, .l7-w, a. tand t esumn. J. eso at -. Tity lars the Season, Tenty Dollrs thle Mingle leap, und Fiy Dollars nsurance, at the Plantation of Capt. illiarr B. Maya, four miles below dge field Conrt House. on the Stagv road lead ig to Augusta. Ample preparation for care and attention to marca will be made. rThey will be pastured and fed on grain, (if required,) at twventy-fmve cnts, per day. Accidents, escapes, sickness, &c. at the ri.ik of the owners. although every atten tion will be paid to prevent tham. Description, NULLIFIIR, iWi abeiauifu lay, hand .,ome~ly mnarked, with a decli::,hiful coat of hair, which shews his superior stock. lTis app:.rance is commanding-Le is of the greatest poersubstaniality, and stren~gth. tie will be eifht years old 't!g pring--; full -ixteen hand high, h:s.iT superior size, lalrge bonec and is as well nmusceid as Ay other horse, in i109 or an c country, and has as miuch duirnhility. Pedigrece. NULLIIER Was bred by Me Roblert . and Fran cis P. Corhan of "the Reeds," Caroline County, Virginia, foaled in 1i. lie was got by the celebrated American running horse, oh1l American ECOL IP SE, iSn of the celebrated American runnin horse, Old Duroe. ainig R O.X & N NA, his dain, was by the sinpore horse SIR HARiRY ; (the bestson of Sir Peter Tea zie;) grandm by the imported horse Sal tam: g. grandam by Col. Syme ' eelebra ted American horse, Old Wilalir: g. g. grandam by Driver ;. g. g. g. grandam by tle imported horse Fallo: g. g.g.g. grai duan by the impe rted horse, VA MPIER. A certifiedl copy. ~ IBENJ. JONES. ROJIT. B. COl fBAN FRANCIS P. CORBAN. PERPOURtVANoE, NULIFIER, the Spring hieavas three years old, rar a Sweep-~takes over the Jerusalem Course, mile heats, se subscri bers, One THundred dollna entrance, when he was beaten, a prodigiouisly hard reace, and not more than six or eg ht inches the second heat. Thle niext week he ran mnd won a weep-st aikes,over rho A orfolk course, mnile heats, 'T wo 1 iunzdred dollars eintrance, heating several colts with great eitse, par ticularly the seond heat. Trhe week after this lie ran another sweep-stakes over the Notaway ec'urse, muniksd.er-wishier 1swon at threeoheats, timdrr the hardest dlrive everTliet. fte was then not trained till the oext Sprinig. Hoe wars four years old. when ho ran at Tree 11ill, a mast interestinig and hsurd contested race, when lie wans heat by -Goliah, at foug heats. Bayard and many othemrs were In thisrace, and Nullifier was duly bent one foot the last heat. 'rie next week he went to Baltimore, and run over the Central Course, four mlile heats, for the Jockey Club purse, wvhen he was beaten by the Flying Dutchman-a very hard race ; many other horses running, but only those two contending. The next fall he run at Broad Rock, t wo mile heats, whidh .race he won at four heats, beating seven .others, after he hadt lost the ftrst and second heats. -In this race he got one of his sinews sprung, and has not been trained sinedl. The ab~ove is all correct aind true W. R. JOlHNSON. (fIN. B,-Any person wvho will imake up, a ttompany of five mares, andl become responsibli for the payment wvill have the privilege of putting them ut 25 dlollars the season. The season -will commenee the first of March and end the 10tha of June. - Fifty cents to the groom in every instance. February 18, 1836., L~za -7 - ;r T IE Prpritor1of 0 d v'erlargeand Uom i , otlicon sl uction 1fof ntli o i er to devote lia attenifoni to'hrp1rmnits iu whichhe is engawd ill sell this EIX#"NSIVi LSTAA1WISHMENT,. * ON* RXAUONALiT* Mugv. This ipel is two stories. high, forty-four 'by eighty feet,-withdonble Pmrzaiathe wihole length oi the Hoise, ud immeli'mtaely frpn'inig tihe .uil Road. It fins two texwnsive Parltrs, twenity.foit large and cosufortable' Ited ltuoms, and ten Fire laces. - Thme Lot on whicha th4 above Hotel, i situated, is one hunmidred bly two hundred Ibbt, aind has Kitchens, Negro 1fousc:omoko IfosesSta bles, -andevery other tm ce.ovuy 1itliimg. The whole has jusknbeen coampletedand is now ofl'ered Ibr sale. - A.so--One large and couninodious .Stoie House, calcullted fir -a Wholesale and itetail Store now occupied by Mr. S. F. A.McDowell. on the corner oL9ltichlundl and Lauren;mmtreets, thirty-six by illy fie, with Kitchen, Garden, &w. The Let is50 by 2O0 feet. Am.so-Oe other Store ilousae, now occupied by Mr. A. Iolley, calculated for Mercantile 411141. A.so--The Store House, now occupied Mr. A. Wriay. ALSo-A neat and comfortable Dwelling Howie, Irontog the Rail Road, o) nem Aveme, with a Kitdhlen, and every other neee~sry out building. At.%o--TJiat large corner Stoce I lo:.e. forner ly occupied by Gen. John iowie, with salt hutse and lm. store. Aiaso-Several other Houses and Lot., in the Town of Aiken. The whole of which will be wild low to appi aved purchasers. IJe The following papers will publish the uave advertimenent once a week tar two imonths, 'mil forward their accounts to the dmseriber:-The Co!ninhi:m Tiimeq anmd 4Ga/.tte; the Amiusta Con atitmutionalist; the Charle.afcm Mercury i the Age field Advertiser; and the m reenivillenoumnmtaineer. ' JOHN MlARS11. Aiken. S. C. A pril 2, I8i 10--h For Sale, or to Rent: I'lil E House and Lot now occuli ied by the Subsriber in the village of Edge field, as a HOTE [. Aiplicaion m:y he made to the untder.gned, on the premises. Immediate possession will b.e ive. .A. It. ADDISON; February 11, 1916. I-if FR SALE AT -11E - MjjG0W JLE D MDIIX0NM ST 0 r Z, VARIETY of DRU'GS AND ME DICINES, which Physicianst and others can obtain at all times, tupon the most rea.onable terms. The following embraces a few of the articles : Alcohol, Calomel, anmd Jalap, Rthubarb, Ca,tor Oil, Majgnesia, Tartar Emetic, Ipecac, G;amnhoge, Aloes, EpsoSail . Glauber Salts, Roebelle Salts, Syrup of Squmills, Gum Caimphor, The 3iinural Acvid-i, The alts and -iuirits of Ifartshorn, Lanmdanum. Paregoric, Mercurial Ointment, llister Ointment, Roll mnl Flowers (if Sumlpir, Creamn Tartac, (QAuinine. &c. &c. &c. Pasicut Medicissex. S wamn's i'anacaea, P'otter's t.-attmolicon, Inudianus Panamea. Beck with's Anti-Dyspeptic Pills, Opodildoe, Medlciemtu, Britishl Oil, Batmemnm's Drops, Seidllitz.' Powders, and Soda, Tumrlingtom's Balsam, (odfrey's~ Cordial,. Dalby's Carminative, Juiuble Paste, flcurmy'sm Magnsiau, Fluid fExrract of Sarnpl~arilla, EsseuatIal 0ils & Esseuaces. Oii ofk Cloves, Annise, Peppermint, Lenimam, Cimmnnamn, Lanvendcer, . lBergammote, &.c. &c. &c. Withmr my muiseellanecous .articles, as Evan's Lanmets, Tlrusmes, Paint Brmusheos, Coapal Varnmishm, Ja'pn Vam'mish, Glume, Resin, Spirits of Tum -p'..e me, Sp:mish lirown'm, Starch, F'ig lisue, mmm othmer Paints. Spic'. Caynnme Pepper, Ciatnamnon,. Turumerie, BHark, Nautemeg, F serniftgre. Scales and W eights. Ifortars, Glass, Jars of vamriouss sizes Spatlae, &c. &c. Wih mamny other articles of various cinmdms, whiichm amre not emummieratedl. Edrefmeldi '. H. Feb. 18, I8'Ei. 2--tf INi'TI0E. ALL~ perso~nsiibted to the late Jl'r persons havimng denmndsc cvainst tihe estate uof said doccoasid re reqmested to present theum duly uttested. BI.Ni ilRlI. i f AU RDSON, A dnin Tif(EO PlI ILUS HILL, jistrators. March , 1 8i ---tr LL ersushamvinig demands rigainst - the Estate of Jesse Blocker, dleceas ed, are requested to remnder them in bmy the first Momndiy imn May:- thoso immlebted to thme EstteW KENERLY, Adm'r. March 8, 183(i ..: 5--t .i'O TICE. LLPorsons imndebted to the late Chriy. tian Breinbaap , deoceasO4, are request etomkimmedarte'paymnt.. Amnd-tdlI persons having deim:mmnds ygainst theoestate of said deceaused are reqnested to present them duly13 attestedl. JOHN BA USK T ~'r Feb. 25.T,3-----r. JOB3 PRIN11'NG.o W ILL B~e executedi at this OdiCC, in VTa neat style, all desgriptions of F ANCY, JOB, dntl BOOK PRINT I T with despatch. tim Moll I Wg beeoiur 40/ y.Wi . - TiierANTIN SPElU ktILIM have be-ug Varle ty of1 unctib il-nkds I orderi*4Ae - is in. MowesMiet gd khigdeen; 7jucks--iea Yuria, dioli i tflie Stoan Ias ut w is, t 1 Aie# co4I tletii to pti~y' i oma g-iu oVir They. are lt'. 'rehid c3ier as-h ir FeaLlstatir girseidi, Icy h, iifenrr fineta~~~eastr v.~ 1ikns PPtoa hed-ach ari lifin atid mlia 0tAbF inceiden a -Cierousniftions. Liter fe a deints, and spost: other perusons of . rtary "Iubuis; fiird-thlirc very convemient. hSc who~ii dulge'too 1'ree i the -pleasur"of tie Tah'e isidedv re sf frdni the.se l opr01 m and the di.tCnsIoU.'whicl y a. Ig.the Pills. Those who are dreikiis l .M ral water and piarticulariy those from a ierat ciriates arid igue. aid iev.er'distr'icts, Wfi find theli valuable adjsniet. :ThoAc.wh6& y ekposcd to the vicissAtudes if weatlher, all !oages or jour Iey, can take themi at .al tinipi wvith perfect saety.' III full dloses, they are'a liliy Leien ciois and safe Anti-biliour Motlicie. T1'hrey scilom or never produce sickness at the sto much or griping. Whf fperierit efieet is reuinired, from one to three' iti may be taken at bed tine; when a cathartic, rromn three to six. The patiei soon learns to adapt tie dose to his own wants. is Juinilice, take two, inorin.g, noon ands night, following them after tie first day with Epsim: Saltt, im tire miorning-Repent'them several days. In Colic, fromn" two to six. accordini.' io tlh trgency and violencve of the ense, anwf re peat then eV&y h6ur until relief he obtained In acid stonacia, head-ach, heart burn, &C. take one or two, from once to thrice a day, as irav he reijuired.. In distention i omt n'toi fr or iprtudeirt meal, 6r fron etiig fruit. one or two, half ian hoor irller enting. In Piles one, two or diree, at bed time, as may be ne cessary t.) have a laxative effect ; and as nit : teratine in derangeient of the Liver arid Spleen , , thre tie dicask ilay. Inaill nironic diseases of the digestive orgnIn, tire Ise of tIh. PIlls should be imrsevered in for soie length of time; and it-should lie reninr!ked. that their bei are often obitaired independent of anyir einthartic cillei'. Ordmlarily, ieo chiage in dir is necessatry, yet it is a sarfe rule to cho1ose4 siel lnatiteq of food as are Air,d lesirt to oppress tie stonimch. Children ny take one. two IVy thrree, accnordmigr tr aige. They3 are pazrriilatr lyiuseful to thei. whN.'nr disirdered by eatin acid frmits. They may ie safelv alloped n- : comimon domestic iedicine for every ienimler of a fsisily whoi is old enough to take a PJill. As an AMt rt-sr.Ious Medicine. froi :1 to to' nlay be takei at bed time. irrud followed in tie orng(i irnecessary) by any of' the Salts or blineral WatterJS., The followingra history of tIre Pit.t.s, nnd evi denre of their etliency, has been fiurnished re h'y Dy. Beckwith. 1 Drar Sir: More than twenty veors ao, I lad resided severail years in onre~on the jrnrrci pal towns itm the low c'mtry in this State. trm. ployel in tie practie of' Physie. when ill con se'pience of a. ritnek of fellow Fever, siw cc, dl by a protracted qrartani agie, I was compr11n-llit to chl.ige mury residence. nd setiled ill tlis City. 3ly ILiver and Sprleen had be co(Snt enrlirgedr and their fimner tions grenaly de ra ined. I hiu f'relreit a ned ohsiiate attinlks ofl .frnunlice with attenlant, or prlerps corsE pln'rt, l yspe-,inr, irr Iany of its distressing Agre7jlt to thilesit ji di....- AL tmrenit. difierenrt prepartiro i'N reFry were used in ConIctimn with otirer remedies, but with tie unthrmr elet if prodiciig an extenr sive inllammwation upon the surltee resemilbling ErvsApel-. and known to Physicians bv the nramer ofl M'rcurrial lry'themra. 'I was at le'ngrlh oli..eel to ranlorr it-s use ailogetherr. aund tor tax mhy re:.-"utrcen for 'otne surbstiturte for Merenry. nuder snueht pienllitnreircuturstanrces. After mubi ivestigit1 ain rurtmany trials, tire c'ompotfsitionr ofthrese Pills was hrit uipoin. iand answevred rmyi ultmocst wiishres andu expec.ttiomns. Mly hencalr wats pri'i'Lety resiorid, anrd aluthg sincee rihar periodl, I haive had fouri sev'ere' attacksr of' bilious fever, arising fromr exprosure to thre vicisirrdstu of' a nomhlernr climrate, wh ile engagged iln exieni sive prrofessionatl purrrsuits, I hatve nrever takenr one particle of $1eretry inl arty frmr, nnrd still enijo~y soundru healthr. . I lavinrg srubseqruenutly, fre quernrt cain to plrescrib ihrrr'nses ofasrmilrr character, but iiner a great vairieiy of' mroli ucaiton~rs.tire Pills ene into v.ery' commruont rise in iny practice; amid it thre naictedl arisually commrurnientive of threir comprlrainrts and threir remiedlies, eachr hns conttributedl to extend thre repurtation atnd uise of tire Pills, till at lenthi thsd demanu~d for themi greatly exceeds moy leisure to suupply. Wtih resrard toy3our requiest lirr cer tiiarte's (of threir ediency. I coul d fuirnish mtore thaniryour woruld be illinug to publlishr, fronm per' sonrs of bothr sexes, a'rnl amnong tire most intelli ge'nt in thre State, burt I thirnk it very idle, nts they are seldomt of' any valume brevond thre imr-f mediate circle of tire w'riter's aini rantance. I ill. hovi'.eve'r, give your twon wiv h w itiere sent imc by P'hysiciarrs, whorise integrity atnd profes sinnal ir'spectability tire sruficmenrtly establishedr. IBevond thIis, thre Pulls omst rest mrrin their own inti-insic valule. I iram perrsotonliv anrswerabler for therir comprtositionr, na r tih ieir ap~plienhuility to 'Ihe cases an whiichr threy are rec'ommutened. Theyii enniain no Mierrury,. nior ainy othrr M1ineral -eyare psrd uptafsble. To pretendu thrat the y are anr uifvd//* rermetdy inr ev'ery staute or'disenarsr for whiichr they are recon iumendred. wiould bet nonresense' hurt tht thrv have btdeni prroved( to be imore grenerally mtul 'extenrsivelv safe arnd utsefurl thanti anry otheir article of' tire so~rt wvithr wvhichu I iam a'eptairrted. I coniufidlently tsse'rt froum ampltje exper'ieunce. Tlhuey hatve fur marnuy y'ears bren tire e'st-delis-di doestieti meiiit --tmnriThmnttles i dt1i- rer-seettbrns of' this Stare, as welta irn umy own Yours, &c.. JOH N BECJMWITIH. M. D." - "Dudin county. N. C. Afr-el 7. 13~,. To Dr. John lk'khcith. DP.Art Sua-I have, with yotur pertn~sioun, useryor -Anti-dyspeptire Pills in imyi P'racutic for ten y'ers. irnd hnive :hiorourgly t'eutedithon in my owyn persoir; Efor you kuuw 1 wa n .ofa. Dy'pitic, ande iou wvili hedi somethrig ohf a-i hry oeonrdnaer, hulrl harve fmmut'thmem at'nin valuar Ie remerdy. --My sick hb rach is unui formly relieved by theni. . ledsirous thant the, putblIre shouhld ,be snrade -niitd 'vit threr yahc, and receivcthre'.he fta of a.ro'edi.~ ethie galculated 40 do so mtuelr anud to save' threm fronr tire too c. tmmon .att advisgd _hw of mterciial ptre inraftions-. - gors3 Th~floig -restimontials oehe elnims of threre PILLS to puiblic piaronuage, have hrer ecercted~fromv umany of similatr danport, recent. ly Alirttushed. Fromh T. P. DO'vireux, Esq. U.%. Attorney (ow -theo Disitit of N. Caurolinua. For-several yeat's Dr. Deckwithm's Anti'dy. poptue Pills have heen ursed iin my farnily, where they heSC rt a greet mntensure sutperseded thte nrdr pary dom'stte remnedies. I have nlways founil-thtetn to b4 e Aicacinus, miid ar safe, ir etisps ofittdigestient whtih have come *tder my r. ay P, in inyie ad n c db gen icnts of. lie astwuieh -. -. : I: 7.. OEViik H 20X. F 17mi W'8,Ihoon, Fsq. Paklic Treasurer. - 1 .I igh, Aov te34. not ti the wm lit -fii. ije 4arni hi ilic -11ny be mpied na ah ergis1ona duaietie meadistiine pos-. sIoIeedMi l'' Ie n r ttribusted to Deckit's -Ainn-dfiptic Pi safetv. aild -lsaianld eFici y..t h c e lajuslly elmain these. il on et iea s degree, i lnow firon es perice. i, "ay . ltaily unad peroi, and , - af persi-ndl.thiat those 1% flo give theni n air trial. will, with aml, soni reduce their Ihnily minedicine chest'wit~hin a ve'ry' smamll cotmpass. .W.S. 11100N. For Sale at the ('dgefield Medicine Stow. T H#JNDA'fi P , NAEC4 O tlt e of Rhenmatian, Scrofhda or Kfi n g's il Intica or flip Gont, In Siphilitic and Mer cirial Diseases. particularly Ulcers and painful af 1aetions of the bones, Uleited Throat and No trils, Ulorsof every dearription. Feva Sores, and Internal- Abscess.", Fixtiulas, Piles, Scald iends, Sevirvey, Bileh Chronic Sore iyes, I.rysilpofls, Diotcis, and d1ery varity of CUttanaeouas Areef tion, arao *CatnTh, lIdiacelt proceeding fron an actIb 4n , r, Pain in the Syatich rid Dy spop sila,4proceeding fron vitiation, Afrections o the Live At ic Inflammation of the Kidneys, and genotleh ty, cause y a torpi ction of die vdluels of tWeoskin, rs sing r!ficacifisin. renovating those constitutioims have Jigen broken down bynjtidilit tr#Atirat/rjdve.ne irregularities. n general terms, i Ununeud ed n all those diseases which arise from piniiities ofthe blood, or vitiation of the buinors, of what ever name or kind. .one ofthe above complaints may renire some trilling assistant applications, which tie ciraun stances ofthe case will dictate; butTor a general remedy or Purificator, to remove the cause, Tun EstiiAs PANACYA will generally. be found IuII cient . TO THE PUBLIC. Theproprietoroffersthis prep:arntiontothepub. lie, with the conionsness that he is placing withia its reach a renedlv cipahile ofrelieving manly o ' 3s atfleted fellow~ hioemg, whlo are snifrering audeihi variots chronic and obstinate com 1pl-,;uts to whic it i applicablie. To sneh it will p, ove of incalcn - lable value, as the nteans, ad in nany cases, the only means of relieviingtheirsniferings and testor ing theia once more to health anl] happiness. This is not oflired uasavonmona renedy, flant aty er chance le eapily good with muany othels now iniuse, but one whiefi i. capbile of saving life in many extrene eases %iolel all the nsunl remedies fiail. This it has doane repeIltediy; ni this is the repiutation it has oltined vlere'ver it has been in trodtitced. It is only about three enreAnee this prparation vas presented to the p>ilic; but in that ainrt spare otnnaae, soanc i aiadresls 09 r itaight hoe mnd, wlo vonid solemly hlelar4. that they lie.*eve that their liv.!s were riaved by it. and in nost cases after they had tried inana) and lerhaps all the conmon reunelies in vain. Wheaever it is known it is rapidly coining into use. and this anords the nost snbhstantial and convicin proofof its nerits. T.he value of the Panaca is amost conspicnins in those long slanding and syphilitic and scroffilons afietiois which have defied -iul other remedies, andi- particntarly in those cases where anercury has been so inavisly tased as to canse disiresingm pains * in the hones' n es, iereirial ulcers, dernangement ofthedige.tis e organs, & c. These it conpletely aemnoves, aind inii cll ases it entirely eradieites the diseaes tad the effects of ner(Iuv, renovates the Cosa.tititiona, tand lenve s tihe pi:atiCt'sounad :nd Well. Il eitnatismopaas ald in Uleerated Sore throat,its lialiy etiects are not less apparent,;iving alnost iailiiealeate relief. Taken inl proper dowes, TitE 1.'iisS PASACF.A operaes as all aeraive anitl deterrent; adiapho retic. dinretic and laxative; an antipa.iodic and aiodyne; asni hi proper cases. as a..toachic and all the se'cretions al excretions. gives tone to the stoanach.and exciit nctioi in tie glands in a par ticnlar nmanner. Froathaeliase principlesits opera tions may he understood. T1his meadicinae haas bieen found haighaly tinefli in , mltiav ambllignonsl diseas~es naot here spuecified, anud it hats lbeei nuserl with wondaaeriisussi. .'.pr and Fall Purpuir. by those whlo are suabject ao coamu plaints ofthec c'hest. anda whods 'ontstitaans r.inire neOw vigor. Suach persons will di wveil to use two' or three bottles an smaall doses. - Whenaever diet dlrink is conii'dered ncessarv,tis Pianiacea. taken inl a smaall dose, wvill answvdt alt its piurpa~ses, tn mtucha less time, tat less expentlse, and ia a far mote agreeanle maanner dumn the connnon diet din k. The following certificates, ant of haundred siami Itar which mnight lie prnredlnre giveni to show the etleet of'lTu lxian,'s I'A~rCKa, in the' vari onis caimnphrints therein maenipned; andl also to exhibitin the mosnt siatisfactory niauner its supert ority over the syvraps ml coamanjat use. CASE'S OF Rll.:UMTA TJSM.. Ulan.g.rost. Nov. 15, 1831. Duriang the last winiter andl spring, I wvas ailetedl wvith a verv, evere aat iatressaing Rheumatisma, occasioned lby exps to laid weather. I now take great pileatre int stratinag. that six botth-s of the. Insdin's Pausnnren, restored 'me to perfect health, anid I conlideatly revaaammend it to adl simniltarly af flicted. JOIIN FEhhGUS~ON, King st. Crtis.uestos, Marcha 2?, 1832. SI was seized. abocitt three years since, with a das tressiang Jtheanmatisma. cnnsed by takiing a severe cold while unader thec in~htiece of mtercury. and wich luas disabledl me lronm hmsiness ntearly ever siance. lsniigthais peiod I have bent a patient in thae Marine Ilosphital, inu this City, tipwards of fonr umonthas, ad unarly the siameu lenugtha of tinte in the Bhaltimorie I hospital, atnda triedl almost every remaeay. withalittle benuelit. On the lIitha of Feb. at, at that timle scarcely table to moave about upon crntcheos. I commttenced the use of Tlhe /ndin' Pancea. ina onue tun I founad maylfesntirely lree fnroin pnml. iad am naowv happy toa state thuat I constider mtyself perfectly weall. WM. ' 'UCKLl.13 Marke-t si. C.ISE S OF SC:Oulii.ouS ULCFERS. NI~u Yonx. Sept. 10,18~30. This may cerntift'. that ian the tiuti aof 18;15, I was seize'd w idt'aweuine aa msy aneck antd face'. wvhich anlerwards-uiceratsd and hecin ghasty: nilcers inu'viteck. Alier trying sex ern lhyscuans to nmouuaithge, I wveantto iillaelphainaaml placedi mav4.!faanudar the care of Drs,.Physic anid itencha, wheni .Tr'peted'a saahvntonus to no etreet. I was prono: ce'ahttecrls incuurajjle. Anie' anad- I toaok ure nti4 lftfl<s af ran's asnear'a unda right lleI/s theaa to nup. I returnsed to'iny paren'tit in New Yorkc, ms l'*2. and gave auy-elf' up to at linageria death. Ilearmsa of tha great asuccesa at' The Indian's Pna cea, hao vever. in entees siamilar tu auy, own, I was peantn d t t. 'tas an last ae-ort. To muy great anu~ rise an ~ satisfntions, I weon fimnd r. eel rapidly 'ctverinaga,a nronttaking seventbE tIes, the uers henled andal becamuae perfectly wvell in the co*e of two umonthi,. aind hanve resauinned eo ever since. I umake this statemenctt and wish it pub~lishedl for the benelit of these whonre snfering uder siaidar scrofualons or syphiulitic nfl'ectians, that they amaay kntow what hats enred onue waio hila sui'ered every thaing hut dlecti, and who consider. his life saved by the ttlgre syrup. WVM. IIIJNIIAN. CuHas.ater, 12, 1831. *.I wns afflictead fouaryears with an nlcer in the leg, occesinally accompanied wvith crystipelatonss in *flamatitn andt excessve pnimuin the log anal nucle .int. - Severnl otfiimnent Physaiciasns exerte1 their sk.ilupont it, hunt without peruananenthle'ne lt.l an ihi case five battles of The Indie,,'s Prnacra maado a perfect eure. MtAU(i4 T A.WP.8ST. 121 Market et. 'Fore1e ot Edlseticld -ieicie Stome.'