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respectfully antnounce4 to
1d the publie generally, that
g lari. isupply of sI::perior ma
prepared tit repair or build to
rip :orCARR AGt E. which
f- model and permanuency of work
aw nt be surpassed ty any in the
starket. Hles likewise prepared to
HARNESS. and to have done at
ment all kinds of I3LACKS.lTf i
G- aid hope by promptess and strict at
suition to business. to met a share ofpublic
y tr 1-1
SPARTANBURG DISTRICT. S. C.
HIS HOTEL, twelve miles south of the
Court House, will tie opeied thia Som. I
-or for the reception or perso.ns who may de.
ie the beneflts of the waters. The Proprietors I
deem it unnecessary to bay any thing in com.;
meuaioia of these waters'. H uttireds snatch
ejgnn i premature grave, by their licaling el'
ficaey, can bear ample testimony of their vir.
ues. The Proprietors. have engaged the e'r.
hes of Mr. an Mrs. Murray, in the liotel,
who with one orfihe Proprietors, w, ill always
be prebent to contribute to the conorts of those
who' ay visit the Springs.
We will sell Lots to persnis who may wish
se sumer it, or live therm permantl uy.
gT Thetn is a Stage C03ChI leaving C0olum1-I
biaevery Tuesday and Friday nmormng. run-*
sing direct to Glenn Springs.
JOIIN B. GLENN,
WMl. C. CAMP.
JOHN C. Z1,31MERMAN.
ta 1 tit l.,
New Boot and S!hoc
T H E Subseriber i anii tis, i., ient,. that
he has provided himse.alf %% ith she .--,t i; I
terials fat making line litjt)TS .nd SIl II1:
and hs commenced btrsitars, at lI'ttter-in tile.
'7 he best evid-nce oir'thauak. thiat heean em in.
hi. friends and the public. for their Iaotr n.ag
which he hopes to merit. :, t., in.,nire :,a-a .and
f'ahioable work. upon ter.. ta sits tw tiane
':T11 E .\s. iWN
.UDT Repairing done at the .horte.t ntoitace.
uay 4 : 1-1
AVING pnrchassed it! Veors. Brvan 41 1
.Minor, their entite r'tock of Goslbin the.
McrcAen Tailaring Bshuiss. n tli< plae.
we would take thi% method lf jufinrmaing a0.r
friends and the public geterally. that they c:as
be furiat. at the ol stand Uf ryan & Mi.
anor.* with Clottun. in; a- ;:od tertti. and nt
innrior in d<psality to any similar v.,tabliminnetmt
i the dhevirnostrv. We ittemtil to kep
on haud arnal tinws. a 'good staock of
English & French Cloths,
gt*k.CA.-tatm . selected in the New Yo.rk
1 I tihdtinia .UarkilLb, together fith a i
other artieidtonif-gnaf ts thsewho fa. 1
vor 14% rith thtir patronage in this buainesst we
wood say inat ever% c-rtian an stionr part sha!lI
hc uscd to give perfct iaatisfaction.
GOODE & LYON.
Janatary 1, 1842. ti 50
Mount Willing Academy,
HE lE Exeeiime ol tii inttitution nu1l be
A opYeed. Ott the first Mlonday a n a tyi
uiext, under the direct~n of Mr. John K. Johns
stent, whose longa experienace itn Teachaing and !
correct deportment. we- trust will entie the i.t
atitution to a large schare of pulic~ confidence.
TERitS ar rti~a.
Reading, Writinag, andt Arithmetic, per
quarter of 12l weeks. S'3 f(i
EqasGrammtier. Geoitrarlay. 41 00
Phlsphy, Chetuistry, Liatin 'and Greak
Languiages, 6 00t.
Surveyinug., , 1 00
To he pad itn advance.
Good Bord tay lie obt..ined i'zom St. tot S.
peT 3. B. SMITil. (ihairman.
L.. Rt. WILSON, Tr.-usuar,
A. S. DOZi.ru.'r.
flec~ If 47
UT is Ordered thast a Court of Coannna~as l't.*.a
..and General Sessions, for the Trial oft th.
Cass nt dspoed f attiaaTerm,. he. ha.-he at .,
Edgeradd Court House on the iir-t Monda. in.
Gioa Por E. a. c. c. & G. s.
April20 lit J2
rRENCII fitUIT TRELS. ROSES AN
V3' LE stubieriber has just received from Pa
-1 ra.e, by the ship Olympiai. a choice collec
tibono IPEARS,.APPLLS', PLUMS, PEACH-I I
- ES. CHI ER1N IES, APRICOTS. A LMONDS,
* and'MA DEIRA WALNUTS. whicht he offens I
for sale either sjigly or by the bundle, each t
.-~ .. *.5 Apricots, 5 Plumts, a Cherries, 2 Almonds, a
~ .~A and S Mladeira W~alnts, and are beautifully
Spacked. -'The Trees, as fas- as examinted, ate '
* amflong the finest ever imnported into this city,
Sand ea well worthy of the atten!Ionl of those a
~~ ~ to obtain godFrtait. The varieties I
4sq. ew choice ROSES and CAgHIL
~ ,D. LEGARE, 81 East Bay.
Feb.15 Mar'cht t f 6
e' ' brand. for salo byn
CRANTON & MEIGS:~
ai~t the Office.
State of South C aroli!a.
IN THE COMMON FLEAS.
Lewis Culbreath. DecarAuion in As
ubon Scurry. Foriga A
Samue Al. Chappell. Dederatin in A
lohn Scurry. Franmin Au.chcx. I
T fIIE pliiitfs having this day filed theirde
clarTtions in the above cases. in my olice,
and thu defindant having no wife or attorney,
known to be within this State, an whom a co
Py of said der:iaratison, with a rule to pslead, can 4
te arved. It is ordered, that the said defen- i
dani do plead to the- said declarations. withinl a I
year and a day front the publicatinn of this or
der, or finaal and absolute judgment will be
awarded against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's OJFCr. n
t a. 842. y i
State of South Carolina,
IOlN B. I1OLlES. tolls before me,
11aS panish roan MAlRE, body inclined to
t wlate. some marks of gear, 4 feet 9 inches
1igh, auppoued to be foburteen years old; ap
rais'ed by D. White. B. Howard. and J. C.
Thon,.. at tifteen dolhnnv, and can be seen at
%lnj. llohacs'. near Ieaalater's Mill.on Tur
'ey Creek. Beloter se this25th of Mlay, 1842.
H. MARTIN, Mafgs;rWe.
june 8 4m 19
State of otith C'a'olinla.
T OLLFI) EDerore me. this nineaeenth day
of April 1-42. Iy Allen Hlumnplsries, of .
ubbeville I)irict. one hay 11101UE, eight
leara isld. 1:1 Iandes * inches hgh, right hind
ouat white. sadile tnarks oil bila isides of his
ac. very inuch cre-t (uallen at star in his
ace. A. r. WIBISli. J P.
june A 4aat 19
State of 'olith Carolifa
IOS BANKS, livinr nent Capt Jacob
.... I.0t5. in the lotta part of thi district
(if11 he-m1: m1 insne yellow -oel .I \AIt E. with I
a h ih..d a. hth hinil faet white. aloit 14
6-11dA hIgh0a. and itpp.t.d to be. ahout ten years
-li. Appraiel at :.%3.
ft U. D.tDUKNIGIH T. Magistrate.
m-:y 1" 4mn le6
.0tle of, Southi C'arofillet. j
OlI N FOY. liviig in the Fork of Wilson's
Creek and Saind-i river. tolla before ue,
ma bri, ht bay HORSE. ten year. old. somose
A hite in hi- Inacr. otte white spot on eacl side
if hi% basck ail his wethers. main hangs otn the
l1 %s.e. foutia-en uand a balf hanlse higa. Ap
arui.id by it id Harden. W illin Buckhalt r.
lad Oliver Ileden. at twenty-five dI.dlarta.
TIOS. NICHOLLS. Maoistrate.
April2 m21tt iJ
IN THE CUMMON PLE.4AS.
lobert W. Stathii, 'ep
Sile~y $3on. Forrign .ttachurnn.
it IHE Plaintiff'hnvin this dav filed hi. de.
elarations in my office, and the defisdant
avinig no * ife or attoraey. known to be- with
it the Stite, on whom a copy of the samne;vida
rule to plead.could lie'served. It is ordered.
bat the defendant pleadisu the xsiddeclaration
rithint a year andt a day. or fnal ad aboiata
udgment will be given againi't lin.
G F.1. PP E. c. c. P.
clrk's Ofice. Dec. 15, 1841. c. aqe - 47
r IE Souscriber ofhers for palme the. we'lI
known House in Aiken. frontint on th e
haih Road, and kniown as MIARSH'S Hit. e
'EL The knause hasi been kept as a Pntbhie ;t
mane fnr sereral years. and contains 40 roomms -
inublec and zingle, the ;:reater portion of thetm
rith tire placest. Upon the premnises are like
ris all necessary ont bauildlinigs. kitchens. ne
ro haonaies and stablimng for 100 hornes, in the
ardl in an excellenit wrell of watern.
Terms omne third en-h, the baance on a credit
Cone antd two years.
Also-Forty or fiOy unimproved Lots, hand.
inmely situated, within the corporate litmits of3
,ikent. Apply to
JOhlN SIARSH. Aikrn.
De. 9 tl* 45 .j
NOh ice* .
ITOLEN OR1 RUNAWIY,froimmy a.
Plantastion on Mine Creek. ott ini.:
ve'ning, l'nnrI~egracs, to wit: a man lay the t
noei ofC George aboutt forty seven years
bl1. of dlark cotnplexiot: hi9 wife by theth
amne oaf Seivey abamma thirty eighat ycears
b..'f very dlark comtplexion. tall tt sa- (
are, and shoiws her teeth very much whets 8
rlking: their chmilad hv time nime of .\rey.
hiamt wen'53. y le h of dlark comapletioan
ith large wlite eyest tie other at girl
boutt iti'reen 'cears nihi by thee tname of Gil.
'y. maf dark eonmplexion- nny persnn takitn: c
p said negroes. and indhin2 thtean itt any
sail where I entt gela ahem'a. n ill hi. thank
mally rewared by the :anler-signaed.
PRECIOU'S LARK. a
Edhgeieldl District, May 23, 1812. v
mnay 25. 4t 17 is
justrecive a arg iupl 'f 1EU
N E SEE DS. the crop of l1841h. Hie leaves the i
leed to recotnmensd thetnseIves, which thtey
ave done ever since he has dealt itt them. The j
bhakers' (Garden Seed is songht for by every
erson and here they may have it geniuiane.
'he usual allowdnece tiade to country dealers.
Bird $eed, Lucerue. Clover, Mlangel Wur- '
el, French Sugar Beet. Rye Grass. Blue do., ~
lurd's do., [Hops, Califormta WIr cat, Aspara
us Roots. Turnip Seed, &c. &c.
A few elegant Dahlias and F lower Seed.
Augusta. Feb. 28 tf 6
ISPLENDID new PIANO FORTE, on
tars to suttdaee, apphy to Mr. E. B. 2
aco ,r r A. A. Carke, at Edge~eld C. H..
maareha6 tr 6
,F ESHI supply of various dsrpin
ma4 SCRANTON & MEIGIS. EI
may 43:- -*4
State of South-Carolina.
EDGE IE ial?D1tit.
IN THE COMMON PLE AS.
Lhomas Carson, D ut iuwin Det.
1'!-H Plainti aiigthisday Aled hi.
I de::laration In this ease, in say pie,. and
hedefendant.having no wifeorattuorney.know
11 be within this State, on whom 0 copy of said
leclaration. with a rule to.plead ca be served
it it ordered, that the sid defendout do plead
athe said dedauation. widubr a yar anl
fiy fr.,m the publicainfthis ortler. or Mnd
msd absoluto judgnment will be awarded against
clerks Ofce, Edgefield C. H. Feb. 2. 1841
March 2- 19' 5
State of Soutir4arolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
ANSon Mo ey, Declaration in At
L., 1. Pixley. ac en
W HEREAS the Plainti'in the above
stated case, has this day filed his
[)elaration agaisnt the -Defendant. who I
ibsent from and without the limits of thii
'vate;- as it is said. havidg neither wire not
sitorney, known witbin ifie'same, on whlanm
a copf of the-Declaratiao- with a rule Ii
Plrad thereto, might. be. served: Ordered
hat the Defendant Plead to the said Dec
aratton, within a year and a day, froni the
late thereof, otherwise fial and absolute
udgment will be nwarded against him.
GEORGE POPE. c. c. r
Clerk's Office ae 4-1
Nov. 27. IdS.
State of 4outih. 4 aroalna.
A BBEVILLE DISTICT.
I. THE COMMON FLEAS.
Franmm.l & Jonet',
T VI E Plaintifl in, the case, having filed his
declaratios in my oflice. and the Defen
laut. having neither wives, not.atnorneys. on
%how a copy ofth. said declaratidi,.with a rule
o plead thereto. ui;:ht be served: Ordered,
hat the said Defendants do appear and plead
o Ihe said declaration. within a yeir and a day
'rom the d.te of this oider, or final and absolute
uidgstenit wilt be awardedt againstthem.
JNO. F. LIVINGSTON. c. c. r.
Crr.' Ofwe. Dec. 1, 1841. aqe 47
-tate of South 'arolina.
IN TIIE COMMON PLEAS.
J N. Tnrley, rgaAttchmeat
Xilliam R. Fowler. 4*11
1 iElaintif'in he above case. having this
Iday filed hiss declaration in my office, and
lif defendant haviig neither wife or attorney,
;fown If, bN! inl this State;oa whoam a copy can
>e served: On motion-Ordered, that the dr.
-ndant do pletai, within a year and a day from
ji. date, or final and absoluto judgment nill
ie awarded against him.
ORASMUS D. ALLEN, c. c. r.
Ofe of Commen Pers,
larnwell District, Septr. 24, 1841
State of South Carolina..
INI THE.t *24 it
Bcverly Burtnoi - sAff u*,
Wmi. M. 't eifle. . pelt.
SH E Piaintitl'haviog this day filed his
Declar:,tiion mot my odice,aud the Defend.
S 6::ving eon Wife or Attoney known to be
vithesn the $tate. ont "hhem a copy of the same,
rite a raul- to pslea.t.couldlbe served. It is or
sreet ihar the lDef.endent plead to the said dsec
uration withain a yecar and a day, or final ansd
bsouute jud;:eowent w ill begiver against him.
GEt). POPE, c. c. r
Dec IS. 184I. o ca $7 50 47
IN THE COMMiON PLEAS.
AliIIEVILLE DIS lRIUTI.
b urning S Paterson, Dedaratien
Exe'entriz, vs. by daimasnt in
A. V . Cox. )Attarhament.
'3111 E PlaintifT'having this day filed his de
3 r.la..ssiosn in mty office.and the Detfendant
.ving seo witfe or attorney known, to be with.
ilthe State nspson whomna copy could be served
'ithi a rutle to plead. On motion. ordered
sat thes Dkef,-dntt do pleadl to the said declar
Lion within a year and a day from thisdate, or
e.al andI abssoluta judgment shall be awarded
.1. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r'.
ept3:0. 1l-il. s a-r age 3G
Stitle oh South arutilnat,
I.N THE CO.UMON PLEAS.
J. Cloer.~Dacdarauionin Attachment.
W H~ II AS the Plainsifrin the above sta
ted case. has this day filed hi'sdeclaratin
pasinst the Desfendant, whoeis absenst from. and
-ithosut the timsitas of thsis State, as it isaid. hav
,g iseither wife nor attorney, knowns within the
une, on whom a copy of the declaration swath a
.he to plead thereto, mi'h be served. 0,d.cr
i, that the liefendant plead to the maid declara
on, within a year and a ay from the date
acreof, otherwise Ginal andi absolute judgment
till be awarded against hims.
'lerk's Offce, GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
let 18, 184J. age 40n
State of' South Carolina.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS.
Vm. H. lirennan, '
for thes use of
V m. Scurry, Dearatioa in Debt
nhn Scurry. J.
H E paintfranaving this day filed their
3declaratins in the above staed eases, in
sy office, and thse defesndang hawing no wie cr
ntorney, known to be 'within thus State. on
homn a copy of said declarations, with a ruler
, pleaed shall bemserved. Itis ordere at the
aid defendasnt do plead to the said declarasians
rithsins a year and day fioen the ynblicatson of
uis order, or final and absolute judgment will
e awarded against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. a'.
lerk's offie, ivw
7th May. 1842 ly 18
8. 8. TOMFKLVs,
ATTORlNEY AT LAW.
ILL attend punctudy to any profession
.al beisness entrustued to his cnsar .
Office a: Edgelieki Ceiurt House. over - . E.
1. Presley's bricgk store,
OF THE T111D VoLUME OF
The liuanburg Journal,
Pubaarnhed % eakl~y, .11 Hamburg, 6. C.
TcrmS-t3per aXinna-n-iirridgY its dtawe.
WO years has nearly elapsed siner the
JoUInsAL first made its appearance before
the public, and askedi only a &small share of r.a
tmonage from its friends, umtil the time should
arrive whes comtidence could be placed in its
success. Tite editor has now the pleasure of
announcing that thi desnted periotd has arnv
ed; aind he now earawly sulicuis a liberal supt
pat train the reading counnumsty, and the bu
1iuess porion of* those. who may favor him
with their support. The first number of the
third voite will be issued on or before the
lht day of April next.
When the JOURnAL was about to be issued
two yeas ago, prom.mses were made by tw pub.
lithers to the public, tmt they would exert
themselves industriou.siy and employ the best
e'tfins of their humble abilines to make their
psper entestaining, useful and instructive.
.leso thingshave been. fulfilled; our ise. and
money spest to Siautsaiu our promitses. and bring
om a palper every way worthy of the growing
prosjerity ef Ianmburg Anal, now that these
promises have been acconmplished, and the
Journal passed the gaol at which such enter
prixs, either falls or riers. may not a full share
of support be exp ecteal by us t'romu those wIo
should give a helpsing handit
Manay betieved fts' m Jrnal was esta
bIlished for certain private. party purposs. and
we have conatented ourselves t let etiem remaii
in this belielf knowinag thast TiUTH1 will work
its way and friown down every tling that leans
to errar. Bult, now that we have sunnomiated
every ditieuity and spread mur pennant ta the
beeze, we fearlessly proclaim. ahat the good of
Hamburg alone ini every and ati case. has been
our earsest design. I1er inte#re-t demands a
public paler, and we hale itipplied her want.
tiere shall she Press the Peopl-'s rights
Umawed lby :ifnitence uinbribed by gait.
Hero Psariot Truth its glstens precepts draw.
Pledged to leligion. Laberty and Law."
Promises were likewise mnade by the publish
era, thi their colimtins should iot ise bulrthened
with the parazan esays and specilations a the
day. These promises lestn been aiwlerrel t.
and although we have no great lesire to launch'
out on the troubled sea of politics. we shall
speak that which we may feel bointd tr do--en.
demni the wrrng. and hold up light to the lie,,
file. let our words aitfend what party it may. It
is time duty of tie press to watch over the liber
ties of *our common couintry. and warn the pen
le whenaever danger is visaible. We adhere
t lte Democracy of this country. yet if this
plariy goe: estray. we daill endeavor to lring
it back by timely and virtitous reproof.
Tie dutty of an editor is a distinct and lofty
proliuion. exercising great imfluence over so
ciety. It is a power that has never been toga
sured, and we shall endeavor to sustain and
cherish the moial agenries whicli the funie tins
(ofeditorship hold.s amoig thie world. anl com
deavor to persuade asur co-temporaries to im.
prove the character of the Press, t resene it
from infidelity to itself, and from the indiffrnr
ence and contempt of the public; assert it
claimis, vindicate its dignity and exhort it to its
duty, by a straight forward virtuous course !
These admonitins we have learned fraumn wise,
and experienced heads, amid we will prefit by
The coiunas of tie Journal are devoted to
Forein and DinasslUc News, tie Markes. I.ite
retae, Sica, dr. Our readers will be fur
ntsbed with corect mnformation its relation to
passing events in every quarter of the globe
the state of the markets at home and abroad,
nwtvery- sption of business intelligence.
besides a great vartety rnrf miiscelianeouts matter.
The geat increase of trade to Haiburg. h3'.1
natural advantages for health and buisittesa. and
her geniishing condition. renderits a paplet in.
dispenibly icessary here. as well to the ciii.
zeus as the paunters and others who trade ts this
place; all at wheman shomuld patronizes a paper
of correct information. Therefrnre, thse edlitar
of thse Journmal kntown that lie can send out a
weekly sheet as well wairthsy of patronage as
any othser niow before the pmubrlia. lie respect
fishy solicits fromt a liberal and eniilihened
community. that increase of patronage whbichs
ho believo isis work deserves.
JOHN W. YARBOROUlIf.
Hamburg. Feb. 15 if 6
Broughat to the Jail
IEF this District. a negri man who as his
Fname is Joseph. anud thiat lie benlonigs tam
Jlihn Pttersam, of .isackies Islami. S C., of
ligtht conmplexiasn, large whiskers froim etar toa
ear. 5 feet 6 inches hsighI.
The ownaer is regtmaestead to comeir forrwardi.
proveliroperty pay charges :anda take hims awamy.
C. 1i. GsOOi31.\N,i.. . 0.
Jan. 5, ld42. ts' 493
Staite Of' South ( ar'olna,
IN THUE CO.IIMON PLEAS.
Brittait Mimnms, vs. bcdaraion in .ltlach
ilaolmnes & Siniclair, tment.
W H' IEREAS the Plainatiin the above -ta.
TV ed case. hams this day lilnds is declara
tion againstthea'Defendamnts,wharam b ssemnt I im,
anda wsithut thme limnits of this State. as it is 'aid.
havimig neither wife nor attrnetty. knowna withitn
the samne. nm whoim a copy sif als dclamratin
with a rule trn ple-ad thereto maight be msrnd:
Ordered. that tihe Decfendaunts pterad to the said
deaclaration, within a year anal a day. from thet
date~ thereof, otherwise final amnd absosluic jnmd
metit will be awarded against themn.
Clerk's Offie, GEO. POPE, c. c. a'.
Oct. 18, 184I. age 38
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Ste wart & Coat, Declaratiou
vs. on Attachmnta.
John Scurry. Assumpsit.
Rtuff'&Johinston, Dedarat ion
vs. on .-itachmnt,
John Scurry. Drbt.
T H E plaintiffs having this day tiled their de.
clarationis it my affice,. anda the defenidanit
having noe wife or attsrney known to baw wvtitin
the State, on whsom a copy oif the. same. wits a
rule tos pl , could be served. It is ordered,
that ithe defendant plead to the said deciaration,
witham a year and a day, or final and absolute
judgment will he given against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. p.
O'sfOfee age 10
State of' Sotith ('aroili~a
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
B. J. Ryan,
TU H E Plaintiff having this day filed his de-.
.1 clarsation in my office, and iedefendsat
having mno wife~ or attornsey,known to be withs
in the State, on whom a copy of the same. with
a rule to plead. could be served: It is ordered,
that the dfendant plead to the said declaratione
within a year and a day. or final and absolute
udgmenit will be given aunst him.
GEPOPE, c. c. p.
Cleris's Offce, Dec. 10,134 C, no
FOR THI. CU
Dyspepsi, Scrofulous an;1
HESE Pills 4re prep.
T TIR 'amsipbsell, from the..
highly celebrated Minlerni 8
Rockbridge county V"., enled fh
Springs, These waters in their e
upon the "ssem are ionie. increasing Ihe
appetite. anti pro-wit ing dieeation: they are
alternative. exciling the -ecretions of 1h
glandular system generally, and particular
of the liver and kidi.-ys; tiey are rathurtsc,
prodnering copiowN. dark, hilious evarna
stinn; and they atiu' effect a determinatioi
to the surface. increasing tihe perspirtion.
From ti'e combinaitiorn or ali these efiiets
upou the system. shey aren great purifier of
the blood. ant equshzrr of the circulation.
The effect o the Pillo. made from these
waters, are in all respects, similar to the
water itself. and -ach pill is equal to a com
mon glass of water. For the cure of tie
above dtiseases. and all other chronic (or
slow) dierases. rereverance in the use of
these Pills, acc'ording tw the direetions giv
en in tle smiall hills. accompanyinig the
pills. is all importrun: and if they are per
veringly used as directed, a cure may be
more c--riainly espeeted. Alan under any
other treatnent leretofore discovered. ex
rept from the ut'e oft ie water, from which,
they are prepared either by no allendance
at the Sporings or otherwise. Thty very
speedily core diarrhcaas attended with
acidity of the stomnach, nA..d what is enst
monly called hem t Inrnt; two or three pills
may ie taken at any init. when the stiim
ach is troubled with acility. with ite hap.
piest efiect. nit.e Pills have an excel
lent e11ii-t in preventing the attacks of
nervous or nick-heliadcle; froi three to
six pills should lie taken at once, %% hen the
symptoms are felt.
These vaters are an effectual remedy
IFor all hemorris2cs; antd as the Pills have
the samre effer it ti other cases. it is believed
they ivill ulso have she samne efreci itn cases
of hemtorrhage. They cnre dropsies in
..ime cases but are not ans itsfalible reme
dy in all cnsts of ihis disease.
Fron the eflicaev of these waters and
poill- in pitrifl ing the blood, they are in
valuable in the cure of all diseases of the
kin, and all indilent sores, not disposed to
a healthy reiton. In the use of theti for
such disetses. if ihe lisease of lhe skin ap
pears its be rietated at first. or if the ulcers
becomi more inflamied and discharge tmore
freely, les not this circumstance alarm any
one, or deter him from persevering in their
use. These :ire ev'dences of the good ef
lects of the Pills in expelling the vitiated
huitmors from the blood to the surface, and
util ite blood tis purified. tuch disease catn
not be cured. his scrofulous ulcers, the
is" of these w ters and pills, invariably
cause thets to discharge more freely. and
in a short itise, .of a more healthy appeal
ance. They are a very useful retedy in
Cholera Infanium or the summer bowel
com'ttplaiit in children; as ilso for expellitg
wOrmts fruim children. They immediate
ly give a gotod appetite. promote digestion.
and will etrfeciually correct and cure acidi.
ty ofr he stomachl. From thei.- cleansing
asid pisrifying elfi, ets upon the blood; and
fritn the tone. vigour and energy which
their op-ration itmtarts t) the whole 'system
they will be found a great preventative of
tihe Ies ers, A hich prevail in low and ur.
healthy regitins; hence, piersonts living in
ssuch releins, s ill find it greatly to thseir
advanstge to use the pills, for a fortiighi,
at uhe clstnmencemnent of evr spring and
fall seasn, as a prev'entative, arid ts builis
tsp constitutionss broken down by previous
attacks oif fever.
These' Pills are a valuabile assistanst ts
thes use aind ellicacy of sulphnrmns and sa
line tmiinera'l waters, antd thsree or four i'i
tthemt takens each day, at dlitferent timtes,
w hich in austtnduice at other mineral
sprinii-, w.outld addl greatly to ihie curative
effects of' thse' waters.
Tht'e'e waters uin- pills nre worthy of
he ntice, of1 te Me-dicas F acu iy; andt ini
iiheir hiandl woul-h be a valuab'ile article in
the' treatmets tof tmansy diseiaes. otherwiise
sinmanatitigabile. itn amtteniztrben,. dysmten
'srrhce.i ai luchornu, the wsate'rs of
the. Ahums Sprinigs are' pt'culiarly effe-'
ctaisrus ; nd we betlieve lte pills masdo
frtim she-se wat~ers, '~nlnb have the samte
.'If-ct in tihe treatmitent (if those dlisea-we,
I hsa the. waret' hsa,; ts--refoire, we would
reomlitiimena trial ofi thseim. hti the Facu
iv. inl thiose tli-ctstes. TIhe-e Pills are eani
Iv irsken. taingi no sinu-eons tasse, art'
pterl('elly sib' ins all cses where active fe
.,em' dloes noti exisitia 4 udo nit sicken per
~.s nsIs hue~ nting tht'tm.
Jat.tr'n-e.-ivu'd anti for ale by 3. D.
Tillils ETlS. m the L'l::cit'ld Shoe Store.
msay II, I812 if 15
VEGETAIILE LIFK PILLS AND
ORIGIN OF TIiE liFE MEDICINES.
11i lE reader tmay not pe'rhapss lie ansare
that the. sngms uo' Mtsff'.t's Life Medicines
wvas the result fl a~ prfoiractetd andiu patiinful ill.
new oftht'ir tirigmnater. 'Iir o.lonMlffat Whent'
takens ill. Mr Mi. wsas a proisperon-~ anid doaur
ising tmetich:set in the lower liart of' lte city of
New Yor k; .aaid hsavsng co~insked and employed
a monitber or out mussst skilful physicians, lie,
afler m.i.eth< .1f ..tdfering. was prevailed up~on
to purenluse the re.'ipe of theum nvahtsiiabto veg"'
table preprannumm nos 'Emre,l to se public.
TIhe elife' tet ofithe Life .iMediciines in hiis own
caseC was so -segular mand rtemarkable. that he
simmtediately determsined to offer to th" worlJl a
mtedicine tio whichs he nsot only towedt his life,
but his siappmtess. 'The uciforsm success which
liat sisnce attended their admiinistrsiont in es'e
ry instancie, where a fair trial hsas lieen givens
them.' hat beetn nuest.-d by tontatnds. and itn
cuntestibly prosves their intrinsic merit.
Tur. Lire Meoictags-GziteaL. Rrsuaas.
Thsesse medicines tare indebsted for their namie
to their manifest amid senssible action in purir'y
ing thsesprisrand chtannelttol life, and enduing
them wills renewed totne and vigor, and to the;
utidoutbted fact that at a vet.s early' pa' '.
their hsistory they had rescued suffe
the very vetge oh' an iuntimnely grave.
the ideceptive nstru ofl Ii.e daj
by phsisicians. had utterly failed, I
ses they also permanently secured
enjoymsent of health, wvithouut w
is but a pastial bleissing. So
their efficacy inyariablye p1
scarcely Ies thans miraculous
unacqsutatd withs the be
cal prmeiplsupon whicht
ed, and upon whichie
found icriiits -
daiility and sceahiau.
stifllins. As a reuiedi y
famismatory Ilhaumatism. the
Plhaiv lit ers will by demonstrated
of a single bottle.
TheI pr oprietar rejoices in dle apportnity f
forded by the ditTisoseno tihe pre.". for pluAcm1
his VEJ M-TALE- LIFF 1E DICINES with
in the h newledge and reach ofevery individual
in the comnunny. Unlike the lost of perni
cious quackerie., which boast of vegsi-ble in
gredients, ihe Life Pills are purely and 0otCtV
VEGETANIJ., a id contain neither Alerenry, An
timnoisy. Arenic, nor any other mineral. in any
frm whatever. They are entirely compI:sd
of extracts from rare and poweriul plants. the
virtnes of which. dough long known to several
lindian rib"e-, and recently to some eminent
iparm-ceutical schemiot. are alogether un
knowi to the ignorant pretender to medical
science: and were never before adninistered
ino happily c1iicaciotis a combination.
The first opepation is so loosen from the coats
of the stomtach and howelim, the various impu
risi and crudities constandly settling around
them; and to oinuve the hrdened feieswhich
collect n the convilitions ofthe small intestines.
Other medicines only partially cleanse these;
and leave such collected masses behind as to
produce habitual cAtivenss. with ail its train
of evils, sor sudden diarrlhan, with its jitminent
dangers. The lact is well kisiwn toall regular
sniatomisis. who examine the human bowels
after oeath ; nadt hence the- prejudice of these
well infurimed tun ngaittas the- quack medicines
of thea se. The secon el fect of the VEGE
TBLE Lif PILLS is to cleanse the kid
neys and ihe biddler. and by this means the
literaid the lnags, the healthf'tslactioner wifich
entire lepentid, upon tie regularity of the
urinary organs. Thes blood, which takes its
red color from tie agenscy of the'liver and the
lnngs belore it passes into the heart. bein: thus
purified by theimi. and niturished by food con
iig froim a cAI-all stomach, curses rei~lwsoughi
the veins. reisewe every part of thesystemiiand
triumphantly mounts the banner of health its
the bloomning cheek.
The following are among the distressing va
riety of in.van diseases. to which the Vegeta
ble Life Pills are well known to be infallible :
DYSPEPSIA, by tioroaghly cleansing the
first and second stomuchs, and creating a flow
of pure healthy bile, instead of the stale and
acrid kind :-Flatalency. Palpitation of the
Heart. Les of Appstile. ffcarteura and Head
ache. Reslessaen. luemper, Asexiety, Lestgour
and Melaneholy, which are the genral symp
tows of vlyepepsia, will vanish. as a natural
consequence of its cure C.stween, by ceans
in the wholo length of the intestines with a
solvent process. and without violence: all via
lent purgeil le.sves die hsowel costive within
two days. Diarrea ani Cholera, by removing
the.sharp acrid fluids by w icli these complaints
are occasioned. and by promoting tihe lubrica
tive secretions of the murous membrane. Ft
rers of a kinds. by restoring the blood to a
regular circulation through the process of per.
spirations in sosma cases, and the thorough sol
tin of all intestinal obstructions in others.
The Lire Medicine,- have been known to cure
heamatis permanently in three weeks, and
Gost inI half the time. by re'moying lnCa Jgu
miatione from abe nuseils and lagarnents or th'
joints. Dropsis fJ all kinds. by freeing and
strengthening the kidneys and bladder: they
operate matw delightfully on those importantor.
gant. Itd hence have ever been found a cere
tain remedy for the worest cases of Grezed. Also
IWormas. by dislodain.: from the turnings of the
buiwels the suimv matter in which these crea
tures adhere;: Asthma and Consumrptimn. by re
lieving the air vessels of the lungs from the mu
cats. which even slight colds will ocnsion,
which ifnomt remnoved becomes hardened, and
predneces the's. dreadfial diseases. Starry, VI.
cers. aid larederate Sores, by the pserfeft pturity
which those Life P'ills give to the blood, and hil
the humaiors: Scarbatic Eraaplions and Bead Coin
plezions, by their ,:ltertnatsve el'ect upon the
fluids that fee'd the skin, the aiorbid state of
which occassion,' all Eruplice comnplaints, .Sal
low. Clondy. and other disa;realde Comples.
The use of'thiese Pill's for is vet y short time, will
e fl.ect an entire cure of Salt 12/aeum. rysipelas,
and a strikinig improvemnent in then Clearness of
thec Slan. Commor~n C'olds and Injluenua, will
always he entrcd by one dose. or by two, even
ini die wvorst ca.-e's. Piles.-aa a remnedy for.
this nmot distrebiing and uibstinate malady, the
Vegetable Lifei Pills sdeserve a distinct and em
phaiic recomtmendaisoa. It is well known to.
hundreds in this city, that thme oririnator of
thterso vuilnahl. Pills wais hiiiself l~icted with
thIn enmlinit fur n pwards of thmnr.ymee years.
an.i tha lhe tried in vaiin every remedy prescri
hed wvithmi the whe conmass ofthe Materr
Mesheai. I he hiswever.nut le'ngth. tried die Me
dieiine n loch he' now otier<s iso the putblic, and
sne n as enred in a very shiort time, afler his re
covery lhad beeni pronouinceid not only improba
ble. biut absohatecly imnposeible, by any human
All that Mr. MotTut requires of his patients
5 to tbe pa icular in taklim;: the Life Mecdicines
strictiy accoirdiing to thme directions. 1t its not hy
a newsp' ie- r notices, or by anmy thing that he
huirelfmay say in their favor, that hoetogan.
cre.dit. It its alonie by the results sofa fair trial.
Adcnee to females .-Femates who vaine f~ogd
health should nieverv he withoot the Liri. 3geg~~
citnes as thmey purify the blood. remove Obstrue.
tinnei. andh give the skini a beautiful, clear, lhea
thy. andI btoermnn appeanance.
To Parents 'and otherS.- 1ttsronis of a pletho
ri.- hatis, n sno are autject to bi, headache, gid.
diieass, imuttas st sight, or drowsiness, from
too great a diow sir bimood to the head, should
take at fregnently. Lcanidren, andi persona of
all ages. lusy take them~ at anyi tume, as they do
noat conitam miercury,* or aiiy ingredient that re
qmarenso.a. n esat or re'strsctzon of diet.
Tu Elderly Pecrsuia.-.lant healthy aged in
dhivniuaah.ls, who kinow the salue otf M~otfat's Life
M'tedic'ines, unake it a rule to take thems two or
thee titnes a week. by wich they remoeve the
causcs shant prsoducse diecase, preserve their
health. ant. keep oth the intirnsities ofage.*
Ileadeof ifamilies ebouild always keels a quan
tity sot the Lile Miedicianes ini the house, as
cdy ini cases of suddent illniss;f
promupi administration, Cho
an the sto'iach, Crm