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sol at Edge-,
f olBrt lMonday and
Aoglbpeit, the following
& C. Horatio Haney.
Jones, vs. the same. R. B. & J.
kight, os. the sam..- The same
amesT. Haney, and Horatio ane),
hundred and twenty-five acres of land,
uore or less, adjining Nathan Norris and
others, the properly of Horatio Haney.
E. B. Presley, vs. William Walker, one
EG. L. & . Penn & Co. vs. John-Car
penter. The same vs. the same. The
sume vs. Dennis Carpenter, and John
Carpenter. A. Bland, vs. John Carpen
ter. John Amaker, assignee, vs. the same,
one negro girl Maryann, the property of
Wm, Brunson adn'r. vs. Lewis ElIzey.
The same vs. Julius C. Pardue, and Lewis
Elizey two negroes. viz: Patrick and Hes
tr, the property of Lewis Elizey.
Fox, iller & Co., vs. John Warren,
150 acres of land more or less, adjoining
Nathan ?Cnrris and others.
Ellis Goff vs. Rudolph Carter, five thou
sand acres of land more or less adjoining
John Wise, W. S. Howard, and others.
Matthew Corley for Bryan and Minor,
vs. William Strome jr., two hundred acres
of land more or less, adjoiniug Edmund
Boyd and athers.
Samuel R. Fuller, beare'r, vs. Ann Hull
adm'rz. of ideen [lull dec., one bouse
and lot in the Town of Hamburg occupied
at present by Defendant,
Husg M.. Quarles br., vs. Margaret
Ogilvie. Laneln Tucker br. vs. the same,
the tract of land where Defendant lives.
A. Csuinghsm. vs. Thomas Oliver,
two hundred acres of land, more or less,
adjoining James Goi and others.
Charles Lanarvs. Julius [Ioward,iohn
IHoward, and Rudolph Carter, 200 acres of
land. more or less, adjoining J. Benson,
Airs Lamar, and others, levicl on a, the
property of Julius and John Howard.
Isaac A. Hibler vs. M. S. Alosely, James
Mosely, and W. W. Williams, one thou
sand acresof land more or less lying on
Bridge Creek, adjoining Edmund Ken
nedy and John Bauakelt, levied on as the
of W. W. Williams.
S. CHRISTIE, z. P.
July 13, 1842. e 24
--State of South Carolina.
James Terry. Commis- Foreiure of Mort.
sioner in Equity,u=.
- Lewis Ellsey. 2
T Y an order from e Court of Common
Pleas, in the above stated case. I shall
proceed to sell at Edgefeld Court House, o
the first Monday in August next, the tract of
land whereon the defendant now lives, con.
Ini six hundred and forty acres, more or
less, 'wing lands of the estate of Thomas
Lam, - Carter,and others. To be
on a credit of three months. fxcept one-fou
efthe purchase money which must be in cash.
The titles to, bel signed but nnt delivered, till
The whole of the purchase money be paid, and
if the full amount of the credit portion be udt
paid when du,- tie property to be resold on
that day fur cash
S. CHIRISTIE, s. Y. v.
ii 7y. 13 (S3) . 3t 34
HE Subscriber offers for sale the w
- J knownHouse In Aiken, fronting onth
Ra .Raand known as hARSH 6 HO
-T:Ele The house has becen kept as a Public
House for several years. and contains 40 ronms
~ '~ double ad single, the greater portion of them
with fire places. Upon thme prmiseas are like..
wise all necessary out buildings, kitchens, no
gro houses and umabing for 100 horses, in the
yard is an excellent well of watear.
Terms one third cash, the balance on a credit
of one an two yers. coprehtsf
~- Also-Forty or u nimproved Lots. hand.
sonmely situated, wi -n tihecopreliiso
* Aiken. Apply to
JOHNY MARSII, Aikcn.
Decc9 f 45
State of soth C'arolina.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS. t
Trammel & Jones.
T lE Plaintiff in t~m case, having filed haisc
datedeclaration in my oflice, and thieDefen
dansaving neither wives, nir attorneys, on m
whonma copy of the ctid declaration with a rule
to plead therein. mnightt be served: Ordered.
that the said Defendanmts do appear and plead la
to thme said declamratioin. n i-bin a year amnd a day
fromn time date of thmis oe d. :iinal amid absolutea
judgment will be awartleds againist them. :
JNO. F. LiflNGSTON. c. c. r. c
Clerk's Offie.Dec1,li44l. age 47 1
CARRIAGE MAKING. I
Ci J. GLOVEN4 respecfultlyaauntcesto e
o.j his friends and thme public generally. that
having received a large supply of superior ma
terial., hie is now prepared toa repair or build to
order any desacripneon ofCA RELIAG ES. which
in beauty of mnodel anid permanency or work
usanip, shalt not lhe surpassed by uny in the
Southern market. He is likewise prepared to
usnufacture H ARN ESS. anid to lhave done at
his esmablishament all kinds of BLACKSimlTHl
JZG; and hopes by promaptnmess and strict at
"ention to busi-tes, to merit a alharo of pubtic
a e. tf 14
State of South Carolina,
IN THE COMMON P'LEAS.
* Beverly Burton) Attachment, j,
* Win. M. Stail. Debt. 1
TH E Plaintill' hving this day filed his
.1Declaration in my otlice,and the Defend
ant having no W~ife or Attorney knowo toi be1
within the State,on whom aocopy of the same, I
wite arule to plead,eould be served. Itis or
dered that the Defendant plead to time said dec
laration within a year and a day, or final and
absolute judgement will begiven againsut him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Oice, n 7 0 4
- SPLENDID new PIANO FORTE, on
enias to sni the timnes,app y to Mr. E. B.
Er Mr. A. A. Clarke, at EgetlekfC.IH
S- if 6
"~ verydescription execnted with
s......esp...... .,,he fnice
R EMAINING in die Post Office, at Ede
field C. H., ou the firvt day ofJuly, 1642
ULj Persons enquiring fur letters on this list
will please mention it.
A. Kirksey, John
Attaway. William Eennerly, 8 W B
Abiey, Dr M W 2 L
Allen. Messrs Hiram Lagrone, Jacob
& John Lark, Precious
B. Lowe, Dennis
Burt, Euq. A Littleton, Nacy
Bodie, Anthan Lang. Susannah
Bryan Esq. Robin Laveleas., Susan
Banks, Amos Al.
Bland, Eliza Marchon. Rachel
Brooks, P S McDaniel, Levi
Barronton, Elisha McKane. B J
Dlerty, Rev 31r aacca. Charles 2
Burkhbalter, Martin Mailton, wiley 3
Blalock, 31rs Rocella Mood, 11 Al
BOrt, Esq Sanuel C MeCollough, j'.
Brannum, William Mays, Marth A
Bailey, Andrew McDaniel, J E
Bacon, Nancy (ser'vt.) Morgan, Alu Olra
Bussey. Embernon McDaniel. William
Bleass, Mrs Bethany Mitchell, Abram 2
- C. McDaniel, Sim
Cook, senr. Air Wil- 31urphy, osimus
lial or Jeremiah N.
Cook, Nicholson. DrJ O 2
Chumm. Col.Joseph S Nicholson, Shemuel
Casby. Air 0.
Contry, Mrs Susan Oda, Moses
Commissioner of Free Ogivie, Dr P S S
Schools 2 P.
Carlidge, Malcim Price, Mrs Martha
D Posey. Samuel Esq.
Dowd, Euq. C A 2 Peoples. N 31
Duten, 0 2 Pow, Philip
Dowd, C A or James Presly, Miss Elizabeth
E Richardson. Esel. J P 2
Elder, H B Itiddle. William
F. Rmans. John
Forrest. William 2 ilac. Lemnel
Frew, William Ropser. W G
Fair. J H Rid&. J G
Fargerson. Thoms 2 Ranason, Mary E
Fair, Airs Mary Randal, L B
Fazier, Capt or Driver. S.
G. Simkinis. Judge
Geiger, Elizabeth Schultz. II
Garuidin, James Sharer. Mary
Garret. William Shadrick. J. L
Harvey. Thomas B Tillman. P1
Holli.ter, Catherine Turner, Hf C
Hill. Joel D Tibbett, D W
tlues, Frances Tomnkins, Saleua
Holmes. Ervitt U.
Ilomes. Amos Upsan, Nf
larris, David . V. W.
J. Vensant, A T
Jones, Seabion Wise, Theresa
Johnson. Reuben Wigrall. Sarah
K. Warren, J,.hn
Kile, John Thrait Watson. Samuel J
M. FRAZIER, P. M.
July 6 (115) 31 2.
State of' South arolina,
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
1. M. & W. Adams,
Vs. - Ca. Sa.
Sydney S. Boyce.
T H E defendant Sydney S. Boyce. who is
now in the custoly of Simeon Christie,
Sheriffor Edgefield district, by virtue ora writ
af capias ad satisfaciendun, at the suit ofi. x.
& W. Adams. havin filed his petition with a
,chedule on oath, of his entire estate, will a
view of bei to the benefit ofthe Act
af the Gen mbly. known as the -In
solvent Deh l At" It is ordered, that all and
singular the creditors ol thesaid defendant. b
and they are hereby rummoned toshowercanse if
iny they can, in itse Court of Common Pleas.
ror Edgeek2 District, at Edgefield Court House,
)n Tuesday die second day terits nextOctober
ferm, or on such other day of the sa term as
the Court may order, why the said Syuiney S.
Boyce should not be sdmitied to the benefit of
he said Act, up.s his executing the regnisite
U~~t~l. GEO. POP.C, ec. r.
Cleik's Ofcc. 9th July. l si2.
July 13 ($14l 50) 3m 24
State of' Southa 'arolilla.
IN THE COM3iON PLEAS.
H OS. W ILKS and Thou. T. S--:.mn,
late Zlerchauts, usader the firns ot'T. S.
Vilks & Co., who are in the custody of' the
herifTfofA bbevio Disirict, lay virtue'ofa a.n
ias ad Satiefai-iendumn. at tht 'suit of Jamets
Iryce. suart ising partner. atud Thu's. 8. Walks
y virtue of a caprins ad sati.'ueie'ndium at the
nit of' Ths. G. Wilks. asasignee. lancmg filed
heir petition. with a 'schecdule. on aath,. of' their
whaole essateia, real and iaer'sonal. including bosh
heo pairtnerahip aset and those .of the' indivi.
nual partner.. with the view of taking the hen-.
fit of' the Act of the Genieral Asewmbmly, cam
aunhy called them '"Insolvent Deutnrs Art."'
'MIe .%orie i's haerely give'n. that time 'saidl re
tin will be heard and cnside'red isn tile Court
'C Comuuusn Pleas fiar Ahhevdh-lla District ast Ala
ev'ille Courtsatianse. on Wednsadat thme t welfths
;y of Oc tbher next, or ,auch ay thereafter
s the Cour: may otder dtrii thle terml, com-ii
1:encing at the said place, on the secsand .ilon
ay of' October next. All the creditoirs therse
are, both thmose of thec said lairm. unid thaose ,.f
lie individual partners, are hereby sunanoaned.
cersonaully or by their attorney, then Isand there
ra the said Court to shew .inste. if anay they
anl, why the benefit of the saaid Act 'sheaaslia ot
a granted to the said Thomas S. Wilks anad
Thomas Tr. Swann. upon their execulting the
JNt. F. LIVINGSTON, c. c. r.
Clerk's Office, July 2, li842
SJuly 6 ($17 6d~) 3 n 23
State of South Carolina.
IN THlE COMMON PLEAS.
es. >Declaration in Asswnnsit.
for the use of
Wmz. Scurry, aDedfaration in Debt
ainttf's naving thas day filed their
.decntaions in the above stated cases, in
ny office, and the defendant hauing no wife or
Lttorney, known to be within this State. oni
uhom a copy of said declarations, with a rule
o plead shall he served. It is ordere at the
aid defendant do plead to thie said declratiins
vithin a year and day from the pnublication of'
hisiorder, or final and absolute judgment wdl
se awarded against him.
GEO. POPE, c. c. p.
flth M~ay. 1842. ly 18
State Of South (Carolina.
AMES M!ORRIS, Jr. living four miles*
abiove Liberty Hill, on the p ost road. at
blorris' Mfills, on ihardlabour creek,tolls before
ne, one sorrel HORSE, isupposed to be eight
ir nine years old, with a blaze in his face, both
mind lfeet white, founrteen and a hal f hands high
6 praised to be worth thirty-one dollars and
TUOS. J. IIBLER, Naistrcte.
Jul na 2~
State of South 4 ia,
FDG 3IIELD S
.IN T ~COMMiOt! -
CJ J. Glover, vs.
A. Halsinbeck -"
W HERtEAS lA' intifin esa
ainast the Defitdnt, whoi tan
wtout the limits oftbie.State bat
ing neidier wife no'rattoriey, tii
same, on whom a copy otbhe with
rule to plead thereto, 'h be f der
ed, that the Defendaut ped delari
tibA, witin a year and a a It
thereof, otherwise final and n
will be awarded against him.
terk's W". GEO. PO e.
Oct. 18, 1841. a'1
State of South C
IN T1HE COMMON P
Robert W. Mathis,
Wiley Mio Foogn et.
T UE PK this
claration in my 11 .and aul
having ao wife or narney, koodt: with
in time State. on whom a copy or. with
a rule to plead, could be served. f ered,
that the defendant pleadto the uai tioe
within a year and a day, or final aogaesolnte
judgment will be given 't '1101
Gi-. POP c.P.
Clerk's 05ce. Dec..15,184.c.."' 47
State of South ('arolia.
BARNWELL DiSTRid .
IN T HE COMMON P S.
J N. Turley,
William R. Fowler.
T HE plaintiff intheabove hing
.day filed his declaration and
the defendant having neither wife *1 yruty
known to be in this State, on whosaiaopy eal
be served: On mnotion-Ordered, tiis;the do
endant do plead, within a year iaola -a from
his date, or final and absolute judjy nt will
be awarded against him.
ORASMUS D. ALLF.fj'C..
Ofic of Common Flees, 5
Barnwell District, Septr. 24. 881..I .*.
State fir south ('aria.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEAS*
Anson Mublly, ec At
vJ. Iac t. se
B. Pixley. .I
W IEREAS the Plaintifi above
W staied case, has this~ his
Declaration agaisnt the De ho is
absent from and without the :of this
State. as it is said, having net -Aol
attorney, known within the seamr a wiom
a copy of the Declaration witkh rule Ito
Plead thereto, oight be ser" ' dered
that the Defentlunt Plead to 7 - Dee
laration, within a year and ada 1om the
date thereof, otherwise final a ate
judgment will be awardedage' him. A
GEORGE POPE .
Clerk's Office ae.44
Nov. 27, 1841.
State of South 'na.
IN THE COMMON P S.
ABBEVILLE Dl R
Mourning S Pattersons
A. V. Cox.
T fHrE Plaintiff havin Y da
T claration intmy otheeandi Dedan
having 11o wife or attorney know' bw
inthe Stateuponwhom acopyt. - serve
with a rule to plead. On motiin. ordered
that the Defendant do plead to the said declar.
ition withir a year ani a dayfroam this date,
final and absolute judgmentishali be awr
J. F. LIVINGSTON, o. c. r.
Clerk's Office, -
Sept20. 184i. a t? v .' aqe 36
tate or South Uarolita.
IN THlE COMMON FLEAS.
Lwid Culbrteth, Declartin i As
laohn Setnrrv. Forrea mentt.
Saumuel M.'ChappellI. Deedaratiea in As
bohn .reurry. Frl.Ament.
T3 11 E plintiffs hatina thisda Sled thmeir de.
cldarations ini mhe aiboe casesrdamy otlice,
amd the def'endoamt havintg no wifeis attorney,
known to he within this States on whom a co
py of,.said declmrnrti.n, with a rule to pilad, can
twe se'rved. ft is order'ad. that the said defen
Jai di' pleadt to th,- ai declaradiens, witii a
vear and a dat rnm the pumbicatiar, oftis or
ler. ur tinal'andau absolute judgment will be
w arde'd amganst hims.
GEO. POPE, e. e. r.
ClerI$is Offer, a
:l6Ail ay. jM42'! ly 18
State of Souath (irolina.
INy TIUZ c:OURT OF ORDINARY.
Toma."' Wmlton,: Guardian, of Elvey
Simeon Jay. John Inlow. JosephJay,
and Jes..e Jay. ex'ars, and adm'rs. of
Jews' Jav. dleceased.
IT npriearinag to nmy satisfaction, that 8'imeon.
.Jay. one or the defendants, resides out of
ii. Stat.,it isordered,that thesaidimaenm Jay.
do appear itn my amiice on Monday the 26th
da or Sep1tembher next, to render an accoutof
his acts as late gnardian of the mid Eltey IE.
y OLIVER TOWLE.8, o a. n.
Edgeflekl C. H 2:biJune, 1843. 3m 21
Brougght fto the Jagl
() F this District, a nearo man who says his
nanme as Jose ph. end that he belongs to
Johna Ptterslo, saf Mackies Island, S. C., of
light complexion, lre whiskers frm ear to
aar.5~ feetf6inches high.
The owuner is r nested to come forward,
prove property psyhrges and takehimnaway.
C. H. GOODMAN,.r. U. D.
Jan.t5. 1842. if. 49
State or "outh Ua-olina.
A MOS BANKS, living neat Capt Jacoh
jLong's, in the lower part ef this district
tlls before me one yellow soreI MARE, with
a blazed face. both hind fee white, about 14
hands high, and 'oed to be abost ten yea
old. Appraised at
I. B. BOUKNIGHIT, Nqgistrate.
may I8 4rn 16
State of' South Carolina,
TOIIN B. IWOLMES. tolls befor me,
*aSpanish roan MA RE, boyinclined te
be white, some marks of gear, et9 inches
high, suosedto he fourteen years old; a
risedb D). White, B. ilowafd, andiJ.
homas, at fifeen dollars. and s be seen a'
Mj.IHolme', near Delaa cter's Miil on Th
key Creek. Befote me tb25dh of.Nay, 184
FOIL TIE CURIO of
Dyspcpsia, Scrofulous and Chronic Lifee
T IESE Pil;s are prepared by Dr. S.
R. Campbeil, from the % ater of the
lughly celebrated Mineral z"prungs, in
Rockbridge county Va., called the Aluw
Springs. Toese waters io thiei .efiect-a
upon the systein are tonic, tuereastlug the
appetite, and promoting digesoun; they are
alternative, eiciting the secretions of Itir
glandular system generally,and patnicular
Pa. of the liver and kidneys; they are caihart ic,
ec- producing copious, dark, bilious evacum
I- tions; and they also effect a detterminatarn
1, to the surface. increasing the perspiration.
" From tiae combination of all these ellects
lch upon the system, they are a great purifier of
do. ibe blood, and equalizer of the circulation.
'ly The effect of the Pill, made frots these
e waters, are in all respects. similar to ibe
ty, water itself, and each pill is equal to a cum -
won glass of water. For the cure of the
a above diseases,'and all other chronic (or
slow) diseases. preseverance in the use of
these Pills, according t, the direction, giv
en in the small bills, accompanying the
pills, is all important; and if they are per
- veringly used as directed, a cure may be
more certainly expected. than under any
other treatment heretofore discovered. ex.
k- cept from the use oft be water, from whici.
they are prepared eimtier by an attendance
at the Springs or otherwise. They very'
fr. speedily cure diarrheas attended with
'- acidity of the stomact, a..d what is com
monly called heart-burt; two or three pills
et may be taken at any linac. u hen thee stom
: ach is triubled with acetaty. with the hpp
ie piest effect. Tiese Pills have an excel
;h, lent effect in preventing the attacks uPs
ith nervous or sick-headache; from, three to
ry six pills should be taken at once, % hean the
er symptoms are felt.
pie Trese waters are an effectual remed,
d, for all hemorrhages; anod as the Pills hav'e
iy the same effect in other cases, it is believedi
be they % ill als have the same effect in cases
er of hemorrhage. They cure dropsies in
ier some cases but are not ati infalible reme
-ct dy in all cases of this disease.
a- From the eficacy of these waters and
n- pilla in purifying the blooi, they are in
a valuable in the cure of .all diseases of the
skin, and all indolent sores, not disposed to
t a healthy action. In the use of them for
such diseases, if the diseaie of the skin np
pears to he rietated at first. or if the ulcers
- hecome more inflamed and discharge more
freely, let not this circumstance alarm any
one, or deter him from persevering in their
use. These are evidences of the good ef
lects of the Pills in expelling the vitiated
humors from the blood to the surface, and
until the blood is purified. such disease can
not be cured. In serofulous ulcers, the
use of these waters and pills, invariably
cause them to discharge more freely. and
in a short time, of a isore henlihy appeal -
ance. They are a very useful ret'edy in
Ie- Cholera infaintum or the summer bow;el
"nt complaint in children; as also for expelling
un wormis from children. They imianediate
a ly give a good appetite, promote digestion,
and will effectually correct and cure acidi
e ty of the stomach. From their cleansing
and purifying elf. cts upon the blood: and
from the tone, viguor and energy which
their operation imparts to the whole 'system
they will be found a great preventative of
- thefre-ers, which prevail in low and ur.
healthy regions; hence, persous4iving in
such regions, will Sad it greatly to their
advantage to use the pills, for a fortnight,
at the cotmmencerneot of every spring and
at. fall season, as a preventative, and to built
up constitutions broken down by previous
Ie- attacks of'fever.
ntt Trhese Pills are a valuable assistant to
ithe use and ellicacy of sulphurous and an
dline nminerat waters, and three oir four of'
~them taken each day, at dilierent timee,
te which in attendantce at other miner-al
sp:rinigs, would add greatly to the curative
effects of these waters.
- These waters an-J pills nre worthy of
thet notice of the Medical Faculty; andt t
their hands wol be a valuaeble article in
the treatment of many diseases. otterwise
unmanagable. In amenot rhea. dysmien
orrheas amil luchorrhtea, the waters of
th the Alumt Springs are peculiarly ae
de cacious; and wc believe the pills made
re from these waters, wottld have the saime
'' ellict in the treatment of those diseases,
Sthat the water has; therefore, we would
erecomnienid atrial oh thenm, by the Facul
tv, in those diseases. TIhese lills are easi
ty token, tnavitng no itunecout taste, tire
perfectly safe in till case's where active fe
-yer does not exist and du not sicken per
suns while using thetm.
.Jatt received atnd for sale by J. D).
TIBBETS. at the Edgefield Shioe Simre'.
tay l l, 142 tf 15
ta YIOF FATT'S
m, VEGETAlBLE Lil-E PILLS AND
tt ORIGtN OIF THE LIFE MlED~iCIN ES.
1i 7*H E reader mlay nmot pe'rhaaps hie aware
Sthat the nerigim of !,lotfat's Liife Medtcins
was the resnlt of a protracted iandfaiufual ill
nessofthe'iroriginater. M.r JohniMo at Whet:n
taken ill. Mr. Mi. was n prospereans atnd tI..ur
ashinug mnerchatit it. the lower part of the' city of
New York; anidhaving consutlted and employed
-a number of'our mgost skilful phaysaciains he,
after months of .aufl'erinig. was prevailed aipont
to purchase the recipe ot' the invaluable vege'
table preparatiuti now ofl'ered to the public.
Tihe ehfect ofthe Life Medicinecs in his own
case was so .insgutar and. remarkable. that he
immialtely determined to orter to~ th.' world a
amedicine tn which he tnot only owed has hife,
isi but has hsappmena. Ttte umtforam success wvhich
d has sinsce attended their ndm.aiaistration in eve
en ry instatnce. where a fair trial lhau lieen: givent
aid them. has beeni attested by thaousands. atnd in
d. cotestibly provet. th.'ir intrinsic merit.
a Tits La MxEnte:irxs-GKaAt. lir.aMRus.
tMa Ths mnedicines are indetmted for aheir tninc
at to their manifest andl sensible ac'tion iti puri'y
ing thae spirinagsandl channels ot life, and endumng
themn with renmewed tone and vi;:nr. atiat to the
o.tindoubred fact that at a very early. period itt
their history they had rescued sifle'rer. f'rom
the very veige of an untimelty grave, idler all
the deceptire nostrumsa of' the day. prm'srihed
by physaacians, had utterly failed, in whirlh ca
'ay sea they also permanenttly secured that uniform
of enjoyment of halath, without which lif'e :tsest
ht is buta patial blessing. So arcat indeed had
nd their e raecy invariably proved, that it was
It'ts scarcely les than mntracu'lous to those who were
his unacquainted with the beautifully philosophi
cat prnnciptestupoo which they were compuaund
ed, and upon whieb they consequently act.
ITHE P0fEN1X BITTrEn~
becaethey poe th power of
espiring' enshers of(6ealth. to a
tirougbot the constitution, Uhe IN-ft 4
said to be restored to life from the.hehet .
an dissolution - The Pimnix l3itters are'es,
tirelytsgetable. compostd of roots found
certain pats ofthe western country. which wall
in fallibly eCVe FEVERS AiD AGULS of all.
kinds, will heer fail to eradicate eatirely al
the efect of ,lMevcriolitely sooner than the
most powerlol pimparatiola 4 r
and will isnsef.,cnre thdetermitstion o'
BLOOD TO THE hAD; never faiI in tbe.,
sickness incidrest to youg*sfinles;.and will be *
found a certain r. medy iaall cases of i.rses
Md ifity and weakness of the'nort impaired co
sti~ts.'m5 As a remedy for Chrwwi se n & i
Jamentory likenuserism, the <oracy o ft
Pievierz Bittere will be domonstrated by the use
of a single botW c.
The IIIoprieorrrejimces n the opportunity al
forded lte- diussou, of theo pres, for placing'
his V-ALTABLE LIFE MI1EDICINES with'
in ths knowledge and reacb very indi'idual
in the commuity. Unik host of pe
cious iunckeries, which bo' vegetable in
gredism. life Lire Pills are purely and soLLY
VEa'rasL5, and contain nettier blercury, An
timen"y. Arsenic, nor any otier mineral. an any
ifrm whatever. They ;rr entirely compsed
of extracts from rare and powerful pIans; the
virtues of which, though long known tolleseni
ludins tribe', and recently t some s .eiines.
pharmatcentical schemistr. arr altegelhof-ane
known tu he ignorant pretender soe
science; and were never before anisn'
in so happily eticacious acombinainuiio -
The first operatioisn sto loosen from if.6eosts
of the stomlanch and bowels, the varinus impu
ritie- and crudities cosaseantly settling arounn
them; andii to removethehardena-d tcceswhichs
collect in the convolutios of the smallintestines.
Other medicines only partially cleanse these -
and leave sneh collected - maases behind as to
produce habitual costiveness, with all its train
ofevils. or sudden diarrhea, with its imminent.
dangers. The fact is well known toall regulaW
anccatomiclstee, whop examine the human bowels
afle. death; and hence the prejudice of these
well inforied men againest the qtuack wsedicinew
of the age. 'I he second elfect of the VEGE-;
T BLI. LIFE PILLS is to cleanse the'kiti
neys ued ted bladder. and by this means thi
liver andi the lungs, the- healthful action of whcW
enutirel) depends cuponic tie regularity of the
uinary organs. The blood. wbich takes its
red color from the agelecy ol the liver and the
lungs teteore it passes into lie heart, beiu thus
puried by thein. atnd nourisled by food com
ing tromsc a cican stomach. courses freely through
the veos, rencews every part ofthesystem, and
triumphantly mounts the banner of health in
the blooming cheek.
The following are among the distressing vu
freey of hi.. an dicecanes, to wisich the Ve ta
ble Late Pelin are well known to be.infallbl:
DY:l'EMIaA. by tnoroughly cleansing tho
first and second stouachs, and creating a flow
of pure iealthey bile, instead or the stale aind
acne umd :-Flatsleucy, Palpitation of the
lrart. Loss of Ippaite. lleart-bura and Head
adce, Icstlessness. Ill-temper. Auxiety, LAuge3r
and MedandAly, % hich are tie general symp.
toms oIf ly-pepsia, will vanish, as a natural
consequence os its cure. 'estirness. by cleans
ing tie wlhole letigth of the intestines with a
solvent proceso. and without violence: all vin.
lent purges le.oves the borwel, costive within
two days. Diarrhea asai Cholera. by removing
the sharp acrid duids by which these comoplaints
are ocecanioned, and by promoting the lubrica
ttve secre'tions of* the mirous meinbrane. . Fe.
mers oj all kinds. by testoring the blood to a
regular circultion througih the process of per.
spiration in swnce cases, and the thorough solu
tweo of all intestinal obstructions in oters.
The Life Nedicmnes have been known to cure
.haaaatisms iermanently in three weeks, and
Get i half t titue, by removing localicflnam
jnanio fomniwlise and I enents of the
joints. Drepsli all kinds, byfreei and
atengthei e kideyd and
operate tuos detilly on theceipva~.
gani', ane hesee ve ever been found aee
tain re orthe worst cases of Grand Als
lorus,y -dslodain;. fr-om the tarnings or the
bowels th slimn matter in which these crea
tures adhere: Asthma and Censuptioa. by re
lieving the air vessels of the luis~g trout the mu.
cns, which even slight colds will ocanin
which if' not removed becomnes hardened. and
pruduces those dre-adful dieses. &Sar; Ul
eers. and Iarcteraete Sores, by ilce perfect purity
which those Life Pills give to the blood, and all
the hcumors: Seerbutic Eruptions and Bad Coin
plrioa.s by their alternative effect upon the
luids that feed the skin, the morbid state of
wh Iichc occmsions all Erupt ire complaints, Sal
lowc. loudg yad other disagraeeni Ceomplerieus.
The. tie of these Pills fomr a very short time, will
etTct anc entire cure of Salt Risu. Erysipelas,
andi a striking~ itmproveunent in thce C'laraese of'
the skin. Commuon Colds and lufluew:a, wilt
away, be cuared Icy one dose, or by two, even
inc dt woret canes. Piles-as a remd for
hici mett distre..eing acid obstinate malady, the
Vegetabele .iie Pills deserve a distcnct an em
jhatic rrcornmendiationc. It is well known to
mndcere'dc in this cty. that the oricinator of
these valuable Pills 'was hinmself sillieted with
thi.. comiplainct for upwards of thtrty-fee years.
acid that he tried in vaiin every retnedy prescre
led withmin thce wholeo compass of the Materia
iledaca. lIe hcowever at length, tried the Me
dieice which he now offers to the public. ead
Ie wcas cucred in a very short time, after his re
covery hind bceen p ronouneced not only imaproba'
be. but absolutely isnpossibte, by any human
All that Mir. 3loe'at requnires of his patidists1 '
a teo i.e part~cicular o tackic.g the Life Medicines
strictly acc'ordmtg to thce directions. It is not by
a ncewspc.sp. r netsee-, or by ace thing that he~
himnsel cmay say in their laveer, that hopes togahe
crdil. It is alonee by the results afa fair trial
A dete to Females.-Females who value teed
health shoulci never he withoict the Life-ihded
cites as thcev purify the blood, remove Obstrue
ions. and give the' skin a beautiful, clear, heal
thy. anid blomintg appearance.
To Paentis aned others.- Persons of a pketho
ric habit, whlo are subject to liii. he.aahegid
diue-s, dimness ofrsight. or drowsiness, from
too great a flow of blood to the head, should
take It frnequiendy. Children. and, persoof -
all age,.. mcay take them at an, tine,.aste/
not contact meenury, or any~ tngredlea
quircfl. cor tinetmeint or re'strcttot of
To Flderly Persues.-Many beItys ~ t
divduals. who know the value of o- -"'
Mediines. miake it a rule toe take thenWeWW
three times a week, by which they reamctetb
causes that producce disease, preserve their
health, and keep off the inirnutis ofage.
Ilradsof Famdlies should always keep a quan
iy ofrthe' .ife Medicines int the house. as aren
edy in caes of sucdden il i: for by their
pr-mpt udmmnisrtanon, ClhoTW Meorbuis, Gout e
mt the stomccach. Craim ,~s 8pasms, Fevers, and'
other alarincg comp~ ints, which too ofletn
poeVftal. cmay be speedily cured orprevenlted
Carts for Mothers and Aussses.--lt ic a fc
established by the annual bills of moritit , that
oe hcalf'of tics' children born are cut o0'
attainincg iceven years of age, aogthelWf
souice ofthcisnntlity is cont#1fttOistit.
osl state of the stomach andbwwl5 which
dces the. generation oflWornit, Aeths
estreraon' nanne foolthsin th
and bowels, an44&ytt~isnts egh.
may not enstt tsallowed tob.
any other. ~ .
FRENCH FRUIT TREES. ROSES A]
T HE sbisidras just received from1
Ais, br-thesip Olympia, a choice call
tion ofPEARS.APPLES, PLUMSPEAC
ES. CHERRIESAPItICOTS. ALMONI
and MADEIRA WALNUTS, which heoal
fr sale either singly or by the bundle, ei
bundle contains 10 Pears. 5 Apples.5 PeacI
5 Aprinot., 5 Plum., 3 Cberries. 2 Ahnoti
and 2 Madeira Walnuto, and are beautifb
packed. The Trees. as far as examined,
among the finest ever im ported into this e
and are well worthy of the attention of thi
wishing to obtain good Fruit. The variej
Auso-A few choice ROSES and CAM
J. D. LEGA RE, 81 East Bay
Charles-on. Feb. 15 Alarch 9 if
.The Wonderful Cures
DR. SWAYNE'S COMPOUND S
RUP OF PRUNUS VIRGINIAXA,
Oft WILD CHERRY.
M ORE PROOF of the eficcy of I
Swayne's Compound byrvp of P
nus Virgniana, or Wid Cherry.
Airs. rown, corner of Second sir
I and the forks of Germantown road, effi
tually cured. 1er symptonis were, get
ral debility, attended with a constantcou;
pain in the side, breast. and back. wi
other symptoms indicative of Pulmona
Disease, not essential to intimate. Ali
using the second bottle of this invalual
medicine, her cough entirely disappear<
and ber strength increasing fast,-and i
the time she used iwo bottles more, a
found herself freed from ail pain and o0
unplcasant symptoms which at tended I
disease. She is now enjoying perfi
health, and willing to give any inform
lion respecting her cure: likewise recol
mends this Syrup to all afflicted with
Cough or a Disease of the Lungs.
Forsale by Dr. Swaynont 54 North sis
st. Philadelphia, and Iby
S D. CLARKE & Co. Drurgists.
Coner Centre and 3lercer streets, H ai
borg S. C.
-une 15 tf 20
State of South Carolina.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Stewart & Coat, Dedarstion
vs. on Attachnent,
John Seurry. Assumpsit.
I'vs. on Attachment,
John Setrry. Debt.
T H E plaintiffs having this day filed their
T clarations n my ofice, and the defendi
having no wife or attorney known to be witd
State, on whom a copy of die same. wit
to to pIead. could be served. It is order
sat the defendant plead to the said declaratit
within a year and a day, or final and absol
Jidgment will be given'against him.
G EO. POPE, c. c. P.
0'' . aqe 10
30th March. 1842.
44'tate of South -Carolina.
iN THE COMMON PLE AS.
vs.- Debt, Foreign Attachme
L. B. Pixiey.
T HE Plaititiff having this day filed his
claration in mey otlice, acid the defencda
having ao wife or attorncey,known to be wri
in the State, oni whom a copy of the same. w
a rule to plead. could be served : it is ordere
that the defendant plead to the said declarari
within a year and a day, or final and absola
udgment will be given against hima.
G EO. POPE, c. c. r.
Clerk's Offie. Dee.lf6.lmal e. age 41
State of' Souith C arolina,
Thomas Berry, Aipplicatt
Roth Martin, Defendant.
IT appeacring toa my ..ntis action that Ra
Malrtin, the, defendant ine this case resi
without the limits .f this State. II is thieret
ordered, that she appears andl objects to the
vision or sale- of the real estate of Eltzabi
Hill, dec'd., on or bef.re the firs tleMinday
September next, or her conasent will be entern
OLIVER TOWLES, a. :. p.
June 10, 184i .3 h uti
iState of~ South (arolna,
IN TIIE COMMION PLEAS.
Britton Mimms, vs. Iicdaration in .ltta
Hl Itie & Sincelair, mnent.
H~U IEREAS the Plaintiff'in the abo'e
WVted case. has this da" tiled leis deela
tion againsthc Defendanti'. who are absent troi
and without the limits of this State, as it is so
having neither wife nor atrtiny. known. wimi
the same, on whom a copy of the declarati
with a rule to plead thereto might be serve
Ordered. that the Decfendants plead to the s:
declaration. withina a year and a day. from I
date thereof. othaerwie final and absolute jit
mont will be awarded against them.
Clerk'sJffic,l G EO. POPE, c. c.
Oct. 18, 1641. ______aqe_ 36
State of' South Carolina.
IN TIlE COMMON PLEA4S.
Thomas Carson"' Declarations in Debt.
John entry. foreign Attachment.
rP3H 'PlaitiA having this day filedi
I delaation in this case, in nmy oflice, a
the defendant having no wifeor attorney. ktto
to be within this State, on whom acopy of a
declaration, with a rule to plead can be serva
It is ordered, that the said defendant do ple
to the said declaration, within a year and]
day from the publication of this order, or fi
and absolute judgment will be awarded agai
Clerk'.GEO. POPE, c. c. r
COf.', Edgefield C. HI. Feb. 25, 184
State Of South Carolina.
ABBE VILLE DISTRICT.
TlOLLED before me, this nineteenth
.3of April 1842, 'y Allen Humphries,
abbeville District, one bay HORSE, ci,
ears old, 13 hands 2 inches high, right hi
foot white, saddle marks on both aides of
back, very much crest fallen; a star in
face.A. F. WIMBISH,j. P
une s . -4mt LE