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Of tlu ejicaey of Dr. llarlich't Celebrutcd Mali
The following certificate was sent by Mr, 15. D.
llinmnn, igcnl lit Cincinnati'!, Ohio, There run I f
no mistake in 1', as the pnitiea are will known.
Mr. IVkiel Rgdon, of Anderson town h;p,
Hntniltou county, Ohio, was&eveial days t rear del
wilh lull - u affections, acidity of the stomurh, ttl
tcnded wilh the usual ymptoiti4 of 1y iu, and
having msdo tiiul of varum medicine w.lhuut
finding relief, wa cut cJ ly Ihe above nied.rinrM.
VET LATER, Mr. Vance, or Wa-hingnn
county, wri'ci a follows Dear Sir Dr. I lai bib's
pil'sare performing some of the m.wt wondoiftd
lure in id's vicinity evet lirnrtl of. They were
iutroduc d here about six months ago, by o.ir t.f
my neighbors, who bought a halfdi.ziw pueknges
from ihe Piltshung office I om aware of f tor rwa
in thin place where complete cures luvo been per.
f irmed, one of severe rheumatism, two of dyspepsia,
a"d one of a most sheckiug and aggravated net
vous complaint, of ten or twolve year standing I
send you enclosed five dollars ) p'care lo fow ml
pills for thbt amount by the boaror, William Ward,
Attest JOHN VANCE.
July 27. 1810.
N. U. The above certific itcs, compared with the
cry many already received, ceituinly must con
vitice ihose similarly Billeted, that thry can yet bo
relieved by the use of these Invalua'lc tncdxims.
rriiirip.il iflke, No. 19, North Eighth slice!
Philadelphia. Fi r s do bv
HENRY VOX l'H ELMER.
October 24, IS 10. Agent.
DYSPEPSIA ! DYSPEPSIA !
That troublesome and pence-Jest toying disease.
Thousands and tens of thousands Miller from
th.it common distressing complaint Ditpepsia is
frquen:ly caused by uvrrloiding or distending ihe
stomach by excessive eating or drii k;ng imlij si
i' e and aciid substances t.iken into the st.ni.uli.
or 1'inin long continued constipation of the bowls, a
sodeiit.ry life, fear, grief, anxiety, a copious draft
of cold water, drastic purgutire medicines, tlysui
lery, miscarriage, intermittent and span nodi.: aC
f cti.nis of the stomach and bowls, iiregular in -als,
l.ito hours, and loo frequent uso of s,iiituous
The symptomi of diP'psiii m y be desi ribed as
a want of appetite, or an un'tntiiral or voracious
one, nausea and sometim s AAoui vomiting, sud
den and transient distensions uf l be Minn itli ufcr
eating, aciid and putresent eruetatiui.s, wuier brash,
pa'n in the region of (he stomach, c suvi n ks, pal
pitation of the heart, dizziness and dimness nf the
sight, di.-turbed rest, tremors, mental ilespoml. ncy,
flatuleltcy, spasms, nervous irrilibibly, elnl i e-s,
sallowness of complexion, greit i ppreion afier
eating, languor and general debility, sick hed a he,
CURE At the head of all iemai!ir stands l)n.
IIaiii.icii's Com en tn S rnr.(o I hk.mno To mi:
ad (iKinct.i A i'feki ent PlLts, which net great
ly upon the pciisttiltic motion of the intestines,
thereby producing regularity of the, bowls, at li e
same time improving the functions of the dulihta
cd oiguns, thas invigorating and restoring the di
gestive organs to a healthy action. Th.s ineilic lie
seldom fails in producing relief.
Full and cxplicito ilneclions accompany the
bove medicine. Likewise a pamphlet whico iK
scribes iliseises, the manner of treating, &e.
Principle ollico for ihe LJuited Moites, No. 19,
North EIGHTH STREET, Philadelphia.
October 21, 1810. Agent.
WHO are troubled wilh sick headache, pain in
tho side, breast, and tack, loss of appetite, flatulen
cy, lotvtuva uf spirits, palpitation t.f ihe heart, luiut
ings or giddiness, sirkne-s at tho st unach, bil ons
atl'ections, tightness at the chest, nausea, v.imiiins,
nuue in the stomach, flushings of heat, tn.d vliil i
ncss, iIim'hs. s of the nerves, i nd organs of digest lu,
&c. vc, those who may be thus sfficlt d, slionl I
not n. e'eet to procure Dr. Ii:trlich' Commit ni
Strengthening Tunie and German Aperient ;'.
which, tire watrauted to give iiiinii di.il.i rebel'.
TbnusunJ i'o we almost dull v behold, whcin? i oihi
tenances mid p ile emaciated el.teks bear i ceular
witness to siiknc.-a utid t.lUietion. Could ttio e
periods be ptruadid to use this iuvidusblu inedi
iine, liny would soon fi:id their we..k and tie' ili u
lid frames slrensihteneu, tlieir minds cotnp sed.
nj all pain, and di.-trcj ill iven from the syneiu,
when tho bi.dy will ajain r. new its lost vigor, and
ut mi a ' new lite," slid death for a while bo de.
i-iived of its prey. What h a I but Ho's glad to
beholil t..cir near relatives and dear fiiei ds. sna'ched
as if by magic from ihut fatal dett oyer Death
ye who arc laboring under dis bms let not another
day cr niyht pass witl.out procuring this insdieine,
a--.it will in a majority of eases itFict a pcrmairint
cure, lici.eiulier diliyi me dangentun and if
dmase is iieIec'id, its rvag s will doubly in
crease. (j Piinciie OiTu-e for the United States, No.
19. NORTH EIU11TH street, whete riceoiniiica
d.oioi s of hui.dies of persons may b M'eu, uil of
which h.ve been cuicJ or Icinli.ted by the
Oc.ober 21, 1810. j.'t;i.
I THERE tire many iei.ins that we d uly 1m hold,
whoe Counti timires ai d frail limbs ilenoie i fll c
tijti' which we fitid has piiuiipally org niltd from
neglect of puiper lemudies al the couim. iueinent uf
sickness. Al first the patient com; I oim of bile on
the stomach aUeudeJ n th .cAriw, cont.'vcn-t, 4c,
he neglicts ta procure proper m Jitiue; at leu h be
complains uf pain in the side and s ornach wilh
sour eructations; his appetite bCiO.nc iinpuirtd,
his lest troubbvoir.e, his mind L.rassr-d, snJ all
things a ound l.im appe. r not in their proper slation.
He still i eglects himself, wt.en in all probability
the disease msy at tenth besj fast siated that no
ie.e lic.il aid will replace him again. At the first
attack of wi knew there should be no lime lo-i"
in procuring Dr Harhch's cuMroc.tn sthhsotii
Ksiu etunT riLLs, which immediately ic
li.oves b:tc from the stouiuch, obviate cortiveness.
remove disotders in the head' invigorate the mihd,
Mrengiheii tho Insly, improve the memory, mid ei
Jiveti the, imuninaiion thus resloiit g the body
agin to i's pmpcr lui.ctiuns.
Princip'e (dlico, Nu. It), NORTH EKJI1T1I
October 21 , 1810. A.nt
- TO THE AFFLICTED.
THOSE who are sufii g frdm various di -eases
incident lo the f umnu family, would do well to
procure lr. llarlich't Conifiouiid Striugihtning
uiul Utrinun Aperient PiiU, which i re so pre
imiiirnily reccoinmended for Dyspepsia, Liver
Conipluinls. uius in Ihe sido, back and breast,
Nerviuus MY. ct'ons, HaiVAehe, and all ihe dis
cuses ol Ihe Stomach and Bowls. Pamphlets may
be oUuine.l gratis, which contain full ai d explicile
directions for u-ing. Tlie leader is referred to sev
eral vrry inn resting ccrtilicates of eurts in this
paier, which may be relied upiat, as they urr taken
from tha 5r;gintt. jfor sile at No. 19, NORTH
tJUiri ll street, Philadelphia.
Oclotcr 21, IS 10. Agent.
mo hi-: positive v it oofs
Of the tffirnffi if Dr. IfarVch't Cnmpmnd
Strengthening and German Aperient P. Us,
Ai.uoumr, Jaii.8, 1810.
ToDr II hI'icIi'h A 'cut Sirs I wish to sta'r for
the benefit (,f tho r who may bo alllicled. that Dr.
lUnLicii's I'm have cniiiely cund me of Dys
M ia, of wh i ll 1 have been ofll cted for many
yurs. I list d b..ih kinds, the Aperient and Strength
ening, and t am constrained to sty, that tiny sea
v double di e.ivrty, tin I act upon the system mildly,
l ul very i irociu illy. I found the 'Panic pills to
quicken the circu'Htion and cause a dt termitnition
to the surface, scd to stniglhrn the we k . tom.ich
ami incieise iis powers. The Aperient p I s are ihe
brst cathartic I ever ucd. I am conlldeiit all Dy
peptics would do Vve I to make immediate Ir ul and
be r lieved. A ny one c in call nt my house and be
satisfied uf the ubovu ot pleasure.
DAVID K. POPE.
N. B. The original certificate may be st co ar the
.Micc of the " Spirit of theTimiS." For sale at
No. 19, North Eig'ilh street.
' October 21, 1810. .
THIS diseas.1 is discovered by a fix.d oblue
pain in the right side under the short ribs, attended
wilh hea', uuiaitiess about the pit of the stomach;
ih- re is in ihe ritfbl side also a distention ; the pa
lii nl loses his appetite, and becomes nek ai.d troubl
ed with omit ng. The tongue becomes intigh
and black, tho countenance chanues to a pale ot
citron col r. or yellow like llio e nfllii ted iih j iui.
diee, d-lfieully of breathing, distutb d rest, ullendee
w.th a dry cough, dilfioulty of laying on tho left
aide, tho b. tly becomes weak, an J fi ia ly the disease
terminates into mio her of a mote nrrious mtuie.
which In nil probability is far beyond the power of
hum in sliill. Dr. Hurl eh (impound Strength
ening Tonic and (Ionian Aperient Villi, it la
k n at the c inmeueemeiit of this disease, w ill
cheik it, ai d by cmi inuing the use of the medicine
a few weeks, a pel feet cure will be perfoimed.
Thousands can testify to tins fact.
Certifieaiea . f many persons may daily be se n
ofthecllic cy of -his invaluable medicine, bv apply
ing -at the Medical Office. N. 19, NOR I II
EIOHI'H Micct, Pliila lel, hia.
O.tobei 21 , 1810. Ajial
Why Dr HAKI.ICH'S Compound Strencthen-
ing and Oerinati Aperient Pills i re umI by all elas
ses of people, in pr fennce to ii'bcr M-dicims. I c
cauio ihey a o prepired from a pu c eztract of
neru.t, a wiioiesome meiiieine, nnlil in Its operation
and pleasant in its effect the most certain preserver
oi neattn, a sale auj elli-c iul cure ot Uyspepsia or
Indigestion, and all stomach complaints, a resrrver
a. i:i puiiiiei oi llio whole system.
Uevaine t'.ey soothe tho n.-rves of sensib::iy a d
fortify the, nerv.s of motion, imparling to their in st
subtle fluid its pristine lone, thus (jiving strength
ami clearness ol tn nu.
Because they never destroy tho coats of the sto
mach and bowels, as all strong purcativi s de.
Uu ause science and experience teach us that no
mere purgalivo alone will cure the disease of tile
s-t iinach and tier vis. Weaktns is the primary
c m-e of a host of diseases, and, by c.oi'inu dlv ic
sorting to Drastic purgatives, you make the disease
much worse, instead ot I elt. r.
liecause Dr. Harlii h's Med cities arc nut no ui
on the com non sense princii.le, to "cle .use and
sirenglben," which is the only course to pursue to
elleet a cute. lastly.
liecause these Medicines really di cue the dis-
eae for which they arc it commended. Priueiial
I till o for the United States, is at No. 19 Noith
Eighth strict, Philadelphia.
October 21, ISiO. Agent.
TRUTH WILL PREVAIL.
Dr. llarlnh's medicines are daily iucreas'ng in
pnb ic favor, and want from any but a f ir irtal to
etablih their worth. We have a commuiiicat.n
in our columns to-di.y from a p rson long nwieted,
w hich is but one of many vouclurs for this metli
cine. Spirit nf Ihe Ttmes.
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AVofKi of .a uro.
IN a st le ol hea th the iiilestin il canal may be
compared lo a river whoso w..te s How over the ad
jo mng land, through the ch mnels iiatme or ait
has in tde, and impioves il.eir qu dilie ; and to ket p
up the comparison of ihe riv, r, so long as it tu'is
on srno tlily the channels are kept pure slid health) ;
but if by su.'ne cause the course nf the liver is stop
ped, then the water in the t enuis is ue long, r pure,
but ,oon becomes stagusnt. There is I ul t no law
t f ciirulati n in tiaiu e. Whin there n a supn
abun. lance of Uumorial fluid (s Mrity ) in the Ihic
t nal tutxs, and cortivet ess lukes pi ice, it fi ws
back into tho bloo I escls, and infil rales inell in
to the circulation. To establish the free course of
the river, we must temove the o strut tioiis w hicli
stop its fiee course, and tho e of its tributary slieam.
With the body, follow ihe same natural principal ;
r m ive, ly that valuable piiruiie medicine limit
dielhj Univeimtl VtgttuLle Pills, which are an vf
f ctual assistance of naluie, the super .luudaiice of
humors in the intestine canal. By tt otering in
this piacl'ce, the ways of the circulation will then
be lestored to the full exercise of their liaturtl func
tions, and a Mute ol health will he fi in'y establish
ed tic member, Inner still', i a drop of bloo I to lw
luken from you Evaruale the humors as o lie n
and as long an they are degenerated, or as l o g as
you are sick.
Dr. UrsnJiclh's OlTice in Philadelphia, is ut No.
A, NOR IH EllHi 111 stieel, where hi. pills can be
had i.t 25 cents per l-ox, wilh full diieclions.
QTj-Only scent in Sunbury.is II. B. Msscr Eqr.
bUlibuiy, Sept, 9, 1810,
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should not contain a paragraph with Ihe spirit of
which a parent would not wish to have a daughter
familiar, und we therefore, with Ibis view, announ
ced thai no theatrical notices should appear in our
culumns, and that we should be npisjeed to theatres
us ibingt calculated to injure the healthy action of
an honest mind, as crentivo of exhibitions demo
ralizing in tendency, and fearfully pernicious in
I tct. i h re were not wanting blusterers, who
made a great parade of opposition, and Cro ikers,
who predicted our 8eedy downfall, but wo threw
ourselves upon the sober, rational and experienced
po.tinn of the people of the United State for 8U
pott, and we have been nobly sus'ained.
We thought and expressed the opinion, that
howtver careless many might laj upon this subject,
that few, even if tl cy did not ci.liiely disapprove
uf such entertainments, cared al out having the
gross details forever pniaded before the eyes of
llieir children, and Ir.o sickening and nauseating
eulogy nf all kinds of characters made familiar lo
their nin ds.
We d-tennined also, ihit while Ihe paper con
linu. d under our coiitr, I, it should be str.ctly neu
tral in politics, and ibat as news and literary jour
nalists we had nnth ng lo do with Ihe In titer ; this
del. run at ion has been strictly and rigidly adhered
to, and wh lo wo shall continue lo give our re .ill rs
such public document as may Ik deemed of inlc
rest to all, and such a history of the progress of
political events, as are strictly in keeping Willi our
duly, and tho character of the paper, we shall stu-
t!i .tisly and thoroughly avoid any conlaiiiiualioii of
par iz ii publics.
1 he paper H now printed in a new and beauti
ful type, has received the praise of many editors of
taste, as 'Ihe handsorneM lannly sheet in lh. Union.
Our clTorts have bet n directed to the combining
of bi auly and simplic ly with utility and taste.
1 be I'osl ia printed on a stout white paper, ren
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In iid I it ii mi to th.se tll'irls toward perfect on in
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vatiety of inleics mg tales, original, from foic'go
and domestic magazines, together with the vulua
blu cotitnbu ions of our own circle of literary
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while everything, important and worthy ol note that
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such things as may luteiest our juvenile traders,
i nd lliat iinKiilant end large class of our readers,
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gratify, as much us possible, the l.tudible desiie of
our country readers, a portion of our attention will
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Mrs. E. F. El lit.
V. Miss Mary R. Mitford. Miss C. II. Wa
terman, Eliza Eaile, Miss II. F. Gould, Mrs. Si
gouiney, Mrs. F. S. Osgood, Mrs. C. Buron Wil
son, Wm. Cutter, James T, Field', Isaac C. Hiy.
J. S. Dusolle, James Montgomery, Miss Juliet II,
Lewis, Miss A. D. Woodbridge.
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Richard Peon Smith, W. Landor.
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Of the above eminent writers, celebrated in out
own, and most of them well known in other coun
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will contain this year, may be estimated ut ubeul
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For enterprize at least, we think we deserve some
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liussel Mittord, author ol "Our illag Mrs. C.
Baron Wilson, editor of London La Belle Astern
bice, Mrs. Hi. Aland, author ol several useful and
valualde works; James Montgomery, author of
'Ouinipresence of the Deily," Ate; Thomas Miller,
author of Fair Rosamond and Roystnn Gower ;
Ebencexr Elliott, auth r of Coin Law Rhymes,
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