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Corresponded re of the St. Loud Union. Pcebla, N. .M.. Nov. i??f 1843. Col. Fremont passnl this place on the 2Jd inst. Many of hid mules and Iiorj-ea were much jaded and worn out. He succeeded in purchaing and exch:m injT several m u lea at this place, and at Lent's tort. .At a pmall settlement i!3 miles above this, he pur chased corn for his animals. He dismounted all his company, and each man packed his riding animal with corn. This will greatly faciliate his passage through I he snowy regions. liie !now is usually deep in the mountains in tins vicinity, and many have expressed a doubt as to the ; possibility of Col. F.8 success in making the passage; ; but I am of a different opinion. Hi own experience : . , . ii , ; as a mountain traveller-,,,, energy, perseverance I ami patience, intruth, will carry him through dilhcu.- ties from which an ordinary miml wo -Id recoil. He is fortunate, ton in havino secured the services of that experienced and energetic vouri" man, Alexander (iwlov W T I On the Utjth, Col. Fremont commenced the ascent of J the inowy Mountain's. The last we heard from him, he was wending Iiis way slowly through fiiow about two feet deep, and was within five miles of the top of the first range of mountain. It is the intention of Col. F. to go to the Fucific by nn entire new route, uth of all his former routes across the continent. His present survey will be of much interest. Should a southern route te determined on for the great rail road across the Continent, this survey will greatly aid Congress in determining the western terminus. The Indians arc quiet in this country at present, though there is a rumor here that the Chevennes have stolen between 2 and 3011 Government animals from Vegas. If this is the case, we rusv soon expect w ar. S. V. L. Col. Fremont after Kmekalps. The New York Sun, of Mondiy, has the following : One of the most distinguished jewellers in this city has, within a few weeks past, set in g jld three of the most valuable emeralds ever seen in this country. They were left with him by the wife of Col. Fre mont. The emeralds were presented to Mrs. Fre mont by Cel. Fremont on his last return to the Uni ted States. In s;ze and brilliancy, the.se emeralds will vie with the most gorgeous if those described by the Spanish writers in their chronicles of the wealth of Mexico and Peru at the period cf the Spanish con quest. Those who are at all familinr with those chroni cles, know that the Mexican and Peruvian Emperors and nobles, had in their possession an immens; num ber of thef-e stones, some of them surpassing any thing that had ever been seen. The Spaniards were net er able to learn from w hence they were procured, such was the jealousy of the Indians and their pow er of keeping secret? from the white man. Traditi"ns atTinii,d that they were fjnnd in the North of Mexico, but no adventurer was able to find ti.eir source. How Col. Fremont came by the three ue have alluded to, is not f r us to say, nor arc we at present permitted to name the jeweller entrusted with their setting ; but we may srty they were not all the emeralds in the possession of the gallant Colonel when he returned. This New York Sun is famous for discovering mare's nests. Meeting of Gens. Cass and Taylor. A corres pondent of the Halt. Sun, writing from Washington, says Gen. Ca, jn company with Mr. Fitzgerald, the Senator from Michigan vvh-.se place Gen. Cass now take-, called to pay his respects to Gen. Taylor. On entering the room the General was seated, but per ceiving Gen. Ciss he rose and went to meet. 'Good morning. General, how do you do?' says Gen. Tay lor. 44 Very well, indeed, Gen. Tavlor; this is the sond time I follow your route, but you got twice ahead cf me." " The race," repeated Uld Zack, with great urbanity, is not always to the swift, nor the battle to tiie strong." The audience smiled. I low do you find yourself after the long journey!" Tol erably well," replied Taylor. "In Indiana they knock ed in a few of my ribs; but it's nothing a mere 'circumstance!'" ' I shall be happy to see you. IV call whenever it is convenient." Exit Gen. Ci. On coming out, an oltt friend of (Jen. Cass, shaking Mm by the hand, observed to him, I have stumped it in seven States for you, and all voted right; but it would not do." I wih you had stumped it in one or two more," said General Cass, good-naturedly, atid the parties seperattd. Illegal Votiv.. The last Dedtord Gazette has an fblc article upon the conviction of nn illegal Whig voter, who voted twice at the la-t Presidential election in that county. He was no doubt instigated by the desire to carry out the doctrine of making Pennsylva nia 'do better," in accordance with the advice of a distinguished Roman Consul. The accused having made a full confession. Judge Rlack sentenced him to pay a fine of fifty d l!irs, and to undergo three months imprisonment. It may be a matter of saving tv the State that all the companions of thisduplicated voter have not been detected especially those who operated in this vicinity. There would hardly be jailrocm enough to keep them from freezing during this cold weather. I'hilada. Pcnnsykanian. The Tehuantef f.c Route. Congress beem3 dis posed to take no action upon either of the proposed routes for connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, now unbred for its consideration. In the meantime a party of surveyors have gone out to locate a railroad trutn Chagres to Panama, and Mr. Hadjous, whose proposal fur a road across the Isthmus of Tehuantcpec we lately published, has already upwards of -It'Omen in constructing a route for carriages. We believe he intends running a line of small-stages from Cuatza cualco to Tehuatitepec. The hhortiiefs of this route, and the facilities for crossing from t-ea to eei, will undoubtedly causae a large number of emigrants to take it in preference to ethers. Literary IVotici. The Anriutl Spring Kxhibiü n of the I'hit .logical Li'eiary Society of the Inluu A'uiy Univeisity will Nke place in the College Chapel on Wednesday, April l b. Lxetcises to commence at six o'cUck, V. M. The patrons and friends of the Intituti'jn and the public generally, are iepectfully so licited to attend. ISAAC K. MITT, Citetcastle, Match 8. Cor. Sec. Phil. S.-c. Temperance Police. An address will be delivered bfor Marion Division, No. 7o S. of T., by Jo. Cooper, on Tuesday evening, April 3J, hi 7 o'clock. All bona, Daughter, and Ca-d-ti of Temperance, with their fjinilies, and auch friends a they may desire, are invited lo Mltcud. liy order of thu D.vui'n. (Journal please copy.) JNO. COOPER, R. S. CAMJIIJATIIS. .Messrs. Editors: A th time approachea for th an nual city flection, it becomes the duty of e. very citizen to look around him mid nelect good, competent men for Councilinen. We therefore ugt-tit the namei of the following p-ron a being welt qualified tu represent us in the city Government. rir.t Vrd S. V. Id. Ni.l. Second Ward D V. Culley. Third Ward J. M. V. Lai.gsdale. Fourth Ward John Carhsde. Fitlli Ward J miea 5iitgrovo. Sixth Ward E.J. Peck. Seventh Ward Samuel Merrill MANY CITIZENS. XT We are requested to announce the name of J. S. Dcslop H4 a chiuli lite for Councilman f.r the iith ward. Dr. ltogcr' Compound Syrup of liver wort and Tar. A safe und certain cure U.r On-Mimnt ort of the Lnncs, Snittin; of B'ool.rwiphs.lol.ls, Athm.i,rain in the si.le.Uroiichitis, Hooping Cougn.iu.d nil Pulmonary AnVuion. VTJ-CvntumphruBexartH how you neflect t us this greatrem - edyinHme. Call on the ag.r.l her. th.s rneuicine .. for .ale and ' ... , , .. . -f , , . . ... . cr l a oamphlrt ami read the certificate of most extraordinary cures 7 1 v . v. 7 thai it hi in de where all other rernediei ha.l failed. Noonecan douM them, s ihey are cirobori'.ted ty well known Citizen, such as Hon. Judge Win. Burk, Wm. Richards, M. D.,wife of Bev. George Maley, Hiram Cox, M. D., kite Prof. Lclectic Medical College of Cin- cmnati. ; oidinary travel as pnsMble.' And p ovided further, That II. Cot, M.U., ays Dr. Roger Lierw rt and Tar cured Mia fa the City Council shall have the power at all limes to deig bel Belt of Urn last stage of Consumption Aer 4lera had fatlrd. nate the proper motive powei, to be u-ed by any railrotd Wm.Rktiard, M. D., say that the aliove medicioe had the liappiesa company within the limit! of liil city j also to re-ulate and .r- nt. u-..r i- n n iviiu,n. M. l) cont rol the speed of, and all other matteis connected wuh, P.tih4.uhi..... ihatth wiii. f Rav. if nrv Wirinan wasaffect- ed many years with d seae of the Lungs, finally settled into the Put monary ConiMjnitioii, and the above medicine restored her to health. ftSTTn f.reat Uernedy ha r.U only made alint lncrel.ble cures of Consumption, but it breaks up the mwt distiessing Coujli.Cold. ,g43 ,0 ake e,rect an(J be in force frorn ail(, lf,er i(, appr0 Pain In the Dreat,and Asthma in a lew hour tirrv. We authorize ( Taj aU(j publication as provided In the charter, our nger.u, in all case where it ds not give immediate relief.and GKO. A. CHAPMAN, the bottle Is returned, to cheerfully refund the money. Piesident of the City Council. n sure and ask for Dr. Rogeri'a Liverwort and Tar. Attest, Jamfj G. Jordan, Secietary. Foraaie by TOS1LI.NSON BROTHERS, WM. HANNAMAN, S. HENDERSON, Mayor. ad D. CIAIOHEAD, Indiauat olis. Approved Maren IS, A. D. 1849. VVIUAU LAWK Or THE I7.l TEH STATES. HV AUTIIOKII'Y. If B LIC WO 10. AN ACT to aulhtiize the Srcictary of War to make repa ration for the killing of a Caddo ley by volunteer tiuopj in Texas. Be it enaeted by the Senate and House of Iiepj esentntives - .. t'nitrA Ktllm rf J .. .' . It... ....... I. I . I iThit thtJ gurn 0f five unVi.lkA h, ant th. .im i. herety appropuated out of any money in the tieasury not otheiwise appn.pii.itrd. to enable the Secretary of War to üut,,an ' tftme,,t "adr ".1 entc.ed into at Tor, ay's riailieg House, it; the State of Texa. thiitecnth September, ig .j tetween K. S. Neijhboi, United State special Indian t, d Col. p. II. Jieii.on the one part, and Jose Maria Tow-i-ash and Had-i-hah, Cadd Indian, on tlie other part, to rnake reparation in tnonev f r the killing of a Caddo Loy y yoimneer tiop hi irxatm meiummrroi figmcen hundred and foity-eizht. IlOHT. c. wiNiin.or, Speaker of the Ilous. f llepuseblativcs. O. M. DALLAS. Vice Picsidctit of the Unite.! States, and 1'itsiJent if the Senate. Appioved February 19, 1S1?. JAMES K. rOLK. Pl'BMC Nu. 1 i AN ACT for autheutic-iting reitain renn!. Be itenactei by the Senile and House of lieprcsentative of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That it may and shall be lawful for the keepet, or pcisoi having 'he cut"tly if law, judgments. o:der, dcciecs, journals, coi icspomtencc, or other public d icumeits, of any I'min government or its agent, n latitg to the title to l3n.,!s claimed by or under the linted State, on the appli- cation i' i ine ne:i oi any one n me acp ii imrrii, mi? juii citor of the Tieasoty, or the Commisiot.er of the (Jener .1 Land Office, to authenticate Ihn same under hu hud and fea!, and citify the sa ne t be rorrect and true copies of Mich laws, judgment., ordeis, .'ecrr s, j -uinaN. coirepond encp, (t other public docurncr.ts ; and when the sjme shall b" ceitififf.l by mch minister, c nul, or jude, mentioned in the fust section of thi act, ti"d. r bis band and rat of office, tj be tiue copies of the oiijjinals, Ihe same til be se tied up by him and returned lo the S-!icitrr of the Treasury; wh'i sipll file the i-me in hU effire, arjd cause it to be rc coided in a brn.k to be ktpt for that purpose. A copy of said laws, judgment, oide is, d.cieis, j lUrnaN, C'nt5poiid ence, or other public d -cumcnts, o filed, or ot the same so ireordtd in said book,my te lead in evidence in all courts wheie the title to lar d, cl timed by or under the United SUtes, may come into question equally with the originals theicof. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, Thit the Solicitor cf the Treury shall cause a seal to te madp atid provided f -r I i ( fficc, with uch device a the i'reideit f the Uni'ed Siafe h t II :( pit.v e ; and copie of any public document, tfcoid, book. rr papers, hid'Uiing to or on the file f ibe sod ofSce, under the sinatuie tf ih- sail S .licitor, or, when the office h. be vacenf, under the -ii atuie of such officer as may be officiating f n the lime beti t', accompanied by :n impress of the aid "e !, chill be competent evidence in all caes equally with the oniual lecoids, documents, books, or p.peis. Sfc 3. And be it further enacted. That all book, piper, document-, and n-coi.N in the War, Navy, Tieauiy, and Pot OTice Di paitinent. and the Attorney (i neial's JiTi'i', :nay be cop:ed and cei t.fie d under seal in the am manner a lho-e in the State Depai tment may n w by law b-, and with the same for e at d etfYct, and thesai! Attorney Gene ral shall caue a seal to b made and pu.vided fir bis ifCce, with Mich device as the President of th UuiUd States hall aj piove. Appiuvtd February 22, 1S43. rrci lic No. 12 AN ACT ciantirp fiv- ycai half pay ta certain wilows and orpUans of o!5cer, non-co:nmii n d . fleers. mui cnn, and privates. bth reulai and vnlunteei. Be it rna tfd by the Senate and Ii)ue of lleprteit Vires rf the United State cf America in Conrest aienlited. That the piovisi n of the ec n I section ot the act, en'itl.d "Am act amending the act entitled 'An act granting l. ilf pay to wi lows ant oiphans, wheie thfir hubtt.d aul father have died of wound received in the mi1. buy service of the United State, in ra-e of decease ! ofS'-ei and oMi'o of the militia and volunteers,"' approve! July t'.venti-first, 1S4S, shall he o confiu.-d to i- tibrae all wid w at;1 io phan of otScei, iion-comsnNsi o ed officer, uiUMfiin, ard piivates, whether of the leguhr aimy or f v .liinteer, who hve received an U norabl.- dicli ige, oi win renoini-J to the date of their death i i he nn'i'ary service of the Ut-i'rd State, and who hive died ir.ee th ii ret ir-i to th.-ir u u 1 place rf rejidenc, of wmmds lectivel or fii.rn di-.af con tiartt 1 while in line of doty, u,j,ct to such mles, te'ih ti ins. and retiiction as the Sene'ary of War, by the thiii secti n of said act, is auihoriz-d t) i npose. Apprured Ftbruaiy 2:, RroirTioN rcBLtc N. 1. A RESOLUTION for the app.iotnrnt of 'regents in the Smithsonian I H'ulion. Reiiüred by the Senate and Il)u$ of Representatives cf the United States of Americi in Conreis aemVei, That the vacancies i:i the boaid of irg-nt cf the Srnrhsorom In stitution, of the cla 'o;her than incmbeis 'f Con.ess," be filled by the nappointrnent of the li? incumbent, viz: Rufus Choate of Massachusetts and Gideon Ilawlev of New Yoik. Appiovei December 19, 1 S4S. Rr.SOLL'TlO Puelic No. 2 A RESOLUTION reltting to the c r.pensitioT of per-)ns appointed to deliver the votes f it P.esidnt atid Vice Pre sident of the United Statt to the President of the Seo- Of. Resolved by fie Senate ?iJ Ihme of Rtpresentitiies of the United States cf Americi i t Congress assembled. Tiiat so much of an act entitled "An act making appiopi istinis f.r the civil and diplomatic cxpenu-s of government for the year ending the thirtieth of June, 1S19, and fr other pur pose, as relates to the compenati)!! to be allowed persons appointed by the electors of any State, to deliver to the Pie sident of the Senate a list yf the votes f-r Piebident and Vice President, be and the same is heieby iepealed; and that the messengers appointed under the operation of the clause hereby repealed who b ne.or my hereafter deliver, the votes cat in the Presidential election of ISIS, shall be entitled to dtmand and receive the same amoont that they would have been entitled to had the act approved Au,jut twelfth, not passed. Approved January C, 1349. RcsoLUTroN Public No. 3 A RESOLUTION to defray the expense of certain Chippe w Indian and their interpreter. R' solved by the Senete an! House ef Representatives of the United States cf America in t'onress usstmbled. That tht um of six thousand ilolUis be and the ame is hereby apprupi iated out of any money in th tieaury not other wise appropriated, for thepuipos of dtfiayi' g the expen. ses of a certain delrgttion of Chippewa Indians and their inteipretei, in coming to Washington citv upon business of their tribe with the government of the United States, and their expenses whilt engaged in such bui;ies in the city, sod on their letum home, the money to be paid into the bands of the chiefs of s.il delegation, or to an agent to be appointed by the ecietary of War, at his opti n, to conduct said Indians on the way h nne as far as Detroit, w ho shall be allowed a reasonable compensation for such seiviccs out of the money appropriated as aforesaid. Approved February 22, 1S43. ay o2f.invici: In relation to the construction ant connection of Railroads thrnuqh the city cf li tianapoHs. SrcTl ' 1. Be it ordiined by the City Council of lnii anajj'itis. That bef ue any tinck f r a rnilt'.d frhall be al lowed to be laid dwn or rniin tamed along or acioss the tif cts of this city, which lie within the streets named Kast, et, North and South, it hall be ir.piiM'e for the crnmis-ioneia or other persons deii"iis of locating Ufh ti rk, to file tneir petition in wiiting with the City Cui;cil, set ting forth dis tinctly the mute of mu h lailroad. Sec. 2. At the fnt meeting of tho CuncM afler such petitiuii shall have bet n ict eivd by the P.e-ident or Seen taiy.a day shall be de inated for the cnndeiatiou of the 9 .me, of which the Secretary shall fo.thwith give at least fifteen lays no' ice in two public rewspa, eis published in the citv, Mating the matteis mbiaced in -ai I petition. Sec 3. At the meeting of the Council for the consi ttra- ' tion of null pHiti 'tis, remonstiances, if pieenled in wil ting, will aNo teieceived at d onsnh-iea, in tn owncis oi leal estate abmgany such stir et wheie -ai l 'tack is proposed to be located, each irmon-Oiant stating Iheieio of how much land in lineal U el along Mich stieet he i the owner. And if it shall appear fiotn such lernonttrance, that Hie owners ol a majonlyi.f the iel estate, estimatd byfft al.ti Mich stieet within the limits name 1, ai e opposed to such street being so ued for a railmad track, snch petition shall not be granted. And in the decision of such iuetion, the City Council shall al-o leceive and Uke into cnideiati i, as.y j reinonotiance or petili ui f .r or aginst the pioposed tiack pieseuted by owners of piopeity on any such street without i and beyond the Ii nits of said Kt, West, Noith and South i stieet, whereon aid track is pioposed t be mo, within the I city limits, if, fiom the density of the population along such outer extension of such street or other caue, the consideia- tr-ii of such lemon-tiance or petition, shall to said Council I appear jUt and proper. ! 4- 1 uch lemonstiance shall not be planted , ' " b,ttV' V" V" .f h stnets, and if the City Council deem it expedient and judi- . f . , . n , , , i cious, it shall be lawful to gr ktit the said petition i Provided, t-.,, ,1ä .,rlr ,,,r(e, wiili.er varv from the established erade of any suc'i street, and that every such track slnll be planked and g.avclied by the c mpauy making ol owning the ame. so as t make as little obstmction to e running of railmad cats within the bounds of the city, as public convenience and safety may seem to require. Sec. 5. All oidinances contiavening the piovisions of this ordinance ate hereby repealed. 0;., an,i -.t.ht.-hed this I2th dav if March. A. D. PROSPECTUS FOR INCREASING THE SUBSCRIPTION OF TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. In a fww weeks, the ninth volume of the INDIANA ) STATE SENTINEL will commence. We therefore j issue a new prospectus, in the anxious hopo that tiie ) friends of the paper will lend us their aid in e.vten.iitijj its circulation. We will take this occasion to remind our friends, and ( the public generally, that for nearly eiht years have we labored to make a paper, such as we promised, and as ef- hcient as our abilities would permit. How far we have v' buccctdcd, remains for them and the friends cf good gov- eminent, to decide. It is sufficient for us to state, that the increased and increasing subscription of the paper give some evidence that our labors have not been wholly unappreciated. Nor should the fact be lost sight of, that) in not a single instance, since the commencement, have ) wc failed of issuing our pnper regularly, not even when the best part of our establishment have been prostrated' by sickness. This demonstrates that the paper is on a', sure basis, and will not bo likely to lead (subscribers to iis- appointment. The present is an important era. We have succeeded ( in redeeming the fckate from the iron rule of Federal; Whiggery, whereby she became almost, if not quite, beggared. The Democracy lmve nobly uctcd, and can) look upon their past efforts with unalloyed satisfaction. ( Even many of our political opponents have, seeing the i beneficial tendency of Democratic measures, rallied under our standard, nobly and generously confessing their former errors, and determined to act with us in the future. Now ( it is for the Democratic party to say if they will secure to themselves the benefits of their efforts ; if they will se- i cure their victory; or, by lukewarmncss, suffer the ene-? my to surprise them, and wrest from them their standard. Will they by supiueness retrograde to the days of Inter-( nal Improvements, Money Borrowing, General Flunuer-' ing, and Increased Indebtedness! If not, then should' they he vigilant against an avaricious, sleepless foe. And in what way can the machinations of our oppo-' nents be more effectually stayed, and correct intelligence i diffused among the people, than by the circulation of permanent newspapers ? We know of none. The im-) portance of this measure is so universally acknowledged, that argument is needless. Theu what is the duty of the Democratic party and its prominent members ? To give) Iiitli:iii:ioli Wholesale E'rices r'ii(. Corrected lYctkly for the. Indiana Stale Sentinel. 1JV Kill LAND A: VllTJMlXOX. lrt I De lit ', ' r R-ii'ro-ul Dejot. ) O ROC SUMS Ur.oins. I.ri0,j2.."0 ! I.i- it.l-ir, f.JiuO(lj , l.ead.white, pure, 1 (-ai.'b U.iCO.V-pcr lb. II jj. 1 onmJ, SKoul Itr, ;eai flu:, II .ms, HLtlF i t r cwl. $3 C0at.5i 4.t.Ujö.t.iU net, ö iUuf 01) I.i a 1. No. I. 1.70a 1..-0 O.I. linsted, O l. I.ird, (1.1, ipei m, Oil, TannerV, Turpentine, HMtis, lute, Totd'nes, rjiöons, (.' Ii .: (', Burter. roil, Li-!. IUeswiiX, C rii-scii:, ThIIow, CLis 1 er box. f by 111. 10 by l. 11 Jt ) per ton. Timotliv, Clover," IRrt.V j,tr lb. Da-, 0.0( i0.7ö 0. C'-i0.tsJ 1. TAall.l.U 0 7. a 1.00 0.7öa0 Ü0 O.37at.30 ( -tiji) -.'j 0.:.! a ou COTa'i.t -' O.l.'tl'.l.) 0 o'.au 0 0 IIO iO v.J. 0.2oue -J 5 fl.07iaJ.lj3 4 t Ojt C5 4.2'.ul.3'J S.OOj.1).?!) l.hOu.i.OO 0.0'Ti0.r4 C.i 11 LS per I'.., ti.l7ati.0vl cori'j.v r.m.Y tuuo C.l.VULr: per lb., ritejiiae, 0-0 Mu; t J. U.9ia'.l0 coax .vf.viL-ivi., u..Mat : XOt7,-j..T lrl., y.ijal-öU i-'k CITS tr bit. Api'b-s, gre.a, O.O-iOCi Ai-ptr-s, dried, 5n.il) CO I'.r.o h. s, tiro 1, l.a.iaO.OO Almon-'s. per 11).. 0. l.".i".'J' Ituisins.per box, 'J I 'ai. I'd FISH !ackeri, No. I, p.-r brl. 11 CiOtiOO.irO N. 1. h.ilr-i.rl., ;.5ta7.t0 No. 1, qr.-brl., 4 Pnal.- No. J , kit, ii.o t.tn) No. .', per brl., 10 (H'altl .'.O No. .. natf-ti l., ..(H'ati öO No. p--r brl , P.ii'oO.t'U SdlvuMi, kits, 3.0UÜ I'll Round andsq're, 0 OUu0.n.';J FE.iUIEfiS-ier lb. (-'rtytlncrs. O.'.io.0li 0 00j.O-.- 0 l'O,jo ü'.l O.llatl.lö ii. O. -2.50 lc, Or ir.ary, ü.ls-a.- Axb-s, Anvils. LE.tr UFR OR.1! . -.r bu. Ke. C.'r ... 1 UhOCt.RlF.S I'o.lie, bt-st Rio, S-ir, N. O., Sunr, loaf, Sui'ar, crushed, T, Ii. V., T a, Iiiipi-ria!, Tea. V. llyo:i, fepper, Spic-. S.iler itos, Molasses, N. O., Molare-, S. H., Tar, . . C, brl.. Tar, r'ioriJa, Tob 1. co, M lJ.:r, In 'ico. Rice, ro.ipf-ras, Kosin, (ting'rrr, (love. liun powder, Soap, No. I, Cass; i, Alum, O.ÜOaO.üt n:io.iO.:'ö (LI sat) -'. 0.12,a0.15 Sole, , r 11. f'.Cl'i.'Jl CaiSkins.pr di. l.c.lnia:5U ("I Cpper, l..l)oaJ5.(l( Morocco, i.'tHHifl.'j.uo 0.0710.(13 Mteen. 3MW".W O.ii..ljlt.0'i I Liqrons per g-al O.Vial.IOj I iitiNtCo.'.Hr-nJy.O.nOu.V.V) O.blnU 1j lt.-str.ilo lirandy, 2.:t7i:.(ni Amr irauBraiid'y, 0.4fw0..'n) il..liuiid (im, 0 l ilil.r.o oil Pour. Whisk. o.tjiM I.-2Ö C.rn i!o., (i.Hi'üO.-JU 0 O.'aU bO C.ÖOuO.70 ( .lOuO 01 P.th-i0 09 O.Uiailli 0.oiii0.07 O.aoaO .S3 U.-lUO.tJ 4 oouO.u ) 4.iV".0) (i.böaO.in 0 l3a'J. lo 1 liO'il. 10 0.0' lull It 4 O.litaO.O.ti 0.(sjia0 0:i 0.1 1 at) Ut O.J.IaO.40 t.J.'jf.'0 O.UÖaO 00 0.20a0.2. 0 0 )i0 00 Ol l Ma !.i. ine,0.( C il.:i7 Polt Wine. o.oo.ii.s; MKtl..)0 0 .0o.i.7.' O..')0al..0 o.oOiO.nij fl.OO 0.!-, OUOaO.O' 0 Oi)..ii.0ti 0 (Kln0.o7 (MjcO.Oo 0.r.iial.:5 i.i 0 i3 'JÖ O.OCaM.O O.GouO.6", n.oon2.uo Soerrv Wine, Clan t Wine, Mdlaga Wine, AM 17. S -per lb. H'1 Hi 61 4J 3 1 It rats, l1l'FR nerream. Wrapping, FooUcap, lion. JJ.idrds, gr. SEEDS per bu. ('lover, Flax, Timothy, Nutmegs, 1.6Ji.it.7ö Woo. Im Buckets, i7o,O.00 Til- Hinte Sentinel ofhee i Ielter prepared lii.iu ever betöre In gt t up 1IUHSK HILLS, and bl.laof that description. W e lotve everr size and descriptii n of lusecuts. Also, a splendid J.1CK cot, not qui'e a large as life but twice as natural. I'm es k.w, Lut cah re quire:! v1? lrop:i;iK for iiiicriran 1 nfrr-Stottcri Hemp. N'aVT PtPAriTMKMT, Bure m of Construction, F.quipmi-ni and Uepnir, March 1 , 1-40. JN'DER tho joint rrsolution ol CnnRress, npproved May 9, J Isl", entitled a " ltesi,:ution respeciing contracts tor hemp tur the u.seol the American navy," sealed p opoa's will be receiv e I at this bureau, or the. Cniu-d iHates hemp agencies at Louisville, Kentucky , or St. Louis, Missouri, (to he forwarded l y ihcin ua opened to this bureau.) or delivermj; umbr t or. tract, for a term 10t txci cling five fis,Uit be-t fwitify if .tmetican Kater rolled hen, 111 qiiutuitivs of live t.. us and ujim ar.is, the ton to consist of '2, pounds. No til will he considered at a higher rate than iwo l.undrcd and forty-one dollars per ton. The ptoosals to lc opened 011 the :0t.i day of Mar next. The department vt ill t hen determine wt e'.htr the rontr.icti shall be awauled. So delivery will be ro ij'iired sooner than the 1st nay of Janunry, lööl). 'i ho said hemp most hcequal in (utility to the best foreign hemp; nnd in nil cases ol equality nf l id, the conti act will he giveo to the hemp grower. The quantity required annually will btj nhoiit SoO lous. Thesiii l hemp must be thoroughly dressed, clenne.l, free from shu cs, a: d must not loo more tlnii nxiteo pt-r cent ol tow and wate when hatchelled to the utislaction of the inspeior ready for spinning lis .strength must be such that a roj.e of one and three-fourths ol nn inch in circumfertncf, ina.le from twenty-one yarns, as pi enare l uu l teMe 1 by th inspt-ctoi s. or i.y tin -ir uircc lion, 1I1 bur at I'-ast 4,'.'O0 pounds, and its le.iit', color, and other 11 roncrt.es must be entirely unslactory to the inspectors, o: tho I chief of this bureau, or it will not be i e.-ied ; it will I e inspect ed and le?ted at the recpective places of del it cry. The rep.;iMive United Sj-ates hemp agenis to certify bills for the hemp w inch liny pavS inspection and be received by them, accord it. j to f he eontr icts t Inch mav t'e e-it.-reii into; ninety per cent, of which hill to bo payable wit'iin thbty liays afler their present. ation lo sm h iiavyogenis as may bt agiecd upon una ntmed inj Iii t'ulltl dCtS j Person oiteiin; mtit stale the price, in words nl fiuros, (cb'Uily ttnd It gih'y ,) n-kttl per ton ol a .240 pounds, when hltv- ! ered, inspect!, tested, i .proved nnd leccivod by the sid hemp mrent, and paya'ds us ktiote specihed ; K.verv o ter must be c oinpanie.il, a directed in tln oct of Con- press makinij aproojo i itions lor H e navel service, approve-J 10ih Auj;iit, l-4j. tiy a wnltui ginrauty, sinel l y one or morn rc spo.isi'.je peisoiis, (to be c.-i tilled by some o'Ticial .-.Tso'iaite,) to H. c tit. ct th tl he or t'iej undertake that the tblder or hidden wilt, if his ortlfir hid te acct-ptel, enter into an obti.itiou within fif I. e 1 d.ivi ni'.cr the contract is submitte-l lor sijiititure, with good and . sufficient sureties, to furnish the supj In s proposed. Noj.ro poal will be considered unbtss arcoinpameJ by such rjuaiauty. I'.otnlj with twi approved sureties 111 one-half the estimated ninouut of the r spective contracts will be required, and len per rcMluru in addition will he withheld from the n mount of each p.iy- : inent t he made, us collateral security fr Ihe due and hi 11 hint per- formiin-eof tlie respective contracts, which will on no account be , pant until the contracts are complied with in all rei-ptcts aerordiug to tln ir terms. Offers must be mude in mriet conformity with the terms of this ; advertiseiiient. The persons offering mut st tie tcAira navy agent , tliey w ish their tills phid, if their r.ller is accepted, and by irhirk hemp or nary agency they wish to h ive conlracin and bonds sent for ! their sienature : and II Itiev snouiti not re ructnni wiinni niieen days ailtrlhey are receivetl by tlie agent, the deMriuieiit wiM on- Slder Itself hi liberty to accept Other MIUS Ml pine OI museums lieg tt. e. I. 8S JawtMayJ') to icfiiJTY orn;i-:ics. ffJHE un ler-igned havina purchsed the interest of Mr. 7.. Minn 9 in the Bor.k Itino'mg and lllank Ilook Manufactory , heretofore known under the Myle and description of .M inn & hclzclt, repect- , fully aolicit a cciilinuance of the patronage bestowed ujs.ti Hie late j film. We have a well aelectetl trtock on hand, and have in our mi- I ploy, men of ample eiierienre. All orders directed to our establish- 1 lucnt will receive prompt attention. ! r SAMUEL DELZELL k. CO. ! Having retired from the late firm of Munn it Delrell, I desiie tn return my sincere thanks to the petmnsof Ike lat firm, Cr the - r ronage received at iheir hands, and cheerfully recommend the new firm lolbeir favorable notice. Z. MANN. March 8, 1849. 3 6m tv ItiiporCuit to Mockholdcrs In u IihII aiiiipolis ami lIrllTiiiniiie ll;iilro:i. STOCK of Goods amounting to a' out S i.OcO, can he h id for stork in th ahove named nsot.at $20 p-r slK.re,if sppbcation is made soon. For further particulars call at thai office. This will undoubtedly Ive a food nerttion for any merchant, as there will be nearly one million of dollar of stock taken, and ii will become the common currency in the vicinity of the load. 83 3tv j ßQ BRL9 Carolina Tar, very low, by 9. tk W. MOORE. i every aid their time and mfns may permit to accomplish such a praise-worthy object. Not one but should put his shoulders to the wheel and labor manfully. Money has been called the "sinews of war." Eusincss cannot well be conducted without it ; and wo know of none more ex pensive and at the same time so little profitable, as News paper Printing. Having leen divested of the patronage of the State Government by our opponents; and in all probability likely to lose the pittance enjoyed from the General Government, at least for a season, our friends, wo are confident, will lend their aid to maintain an organ at this important point. There are other considerations, also, which should be borne in mind. The coming August election is an ex ceedingly important one. On it will depend whether In diana is to pursue the line of policy which has so re-in-stat"d her character and credit, or whether ud are to de part from it. Not only the offices of Governor and Lieut. Governor are to be filled, but on the result of the character of our next Legislature depends the Government itself as a State Treasurer and Auditor have also to be elected. Shall it bo in unison with our principles; or shall it bo composed of incongruous elements ? Shall it be Demo cratic, Whig, or hybrid ? These are serious questions for the Democracy to ponder on. We therefore again solicit their aid in extending our circulation in accordance with tho following terms. We should have been pleased to have continued our clubbing terms; but we think we know too much of the gene rosity of the Western People to suppo;-o that they would wish us to continue our paper upon terms resulting in loss to ourselves. Then with a promise on our part to faithfully endeavor to improve our sheet to the best of our ability and means, we confidently rely on the aid of the friends of the cause. iLT'Wc will, on application, furnish specimen numbers cf the Weekly or Sumi-Weckly. T E II n S : Semi-Weekly, per annum, - - - - $4 00 Weekly, per annum, - - - - - 2 00 Payments to be made invariably in advance. CHAPMANS & SPANN. Indianapolis, March 15, 141). lll:ik''s 1'ateiit ritciintl 's;i her-proof S'aint or Ai tifici tl l'l.-ito. rBS-' iO'loriüii.'il notifies the citizens of this city ih it he his In fi iriwliicil Uie ntxivn pain ling nf r.it's, or olner .arls tf tttnl di ill's wh.ch 11 is .!e.iia!iie 1 1 hecuie from (ire or water, an 1 ii reaiy to re ceive .m l exr-cuie .ill or.lers in hi line. SprciineiM i.f Iiis painting liny le seen at his room, Vo. 8, Ft ites's biiil-liii.', nii.l it nny Le tiorily seen on the roof nf the Si ale It ink an t other li'iil.lniü-t. Asllns paint when propeily .plied, tetnier- a nn f or Hhtr r-uixt nice as perui iriently cer.ure ns it covered with s.nte, persons itr-signing to lioil.t are requested lo call. I expert t nppiv it with enure mcirss to shingle inof, an a suh 8t tule f..r ne-.v shiiiL'ten. r for preventin- leik. The nx.f of ihe new ' llurnet IIoiim." 111 1 'n. itinii. is lo l.e thus painted. y. r terms will l.e us low ad the price at f. hiri.inutt. K. IV. T0;v.SFA'D. Iiidmnapolis. Starch 12, 1?40. c3 if C oiuitiiitMH i 's S:il of K :il I'.sf;iu. rSIIK undersigned, apjwinited liy ihe M.niim ,r.!.ate c. . 11rl.com B ini-hkiner lo sell Hie '.ver-l part of Hie el In t of Ihe Mulliwe-t q-nirter of section ihre, town-lnp fil'ieen north, of ranje three east, tont.iimng a: out 31 ( res.ln 111 rnjierty t eloiisini: l the heir of Jt'lm 1 hoin.n. Kile of "1 a 1 ion r nnty . In.lixn i. deren.eil. ill nroceed f to S.1I llie k.iuie on Wednesday, tlie Ihfi rf.iy (,f April tiexl. The t s i'e ill be in nie on toe premises, l.eine hulf a mile wer of While river lindue, iinmeili.tu-:y on I tie .a(ion;il H0.-1.I. j Terms or Sauk credit of i. twelve, und eighteen months j will he given. Notes with Kood Ireeh-.ld serunly, and w iibeut relief ! from vain tiiu n or MpprHtein-nt I .vs will e retpiireil of the pur i chicer. ale t tske place lietvefii It) a.m., and 2 f-M. i Irj-hv l'LUCV ilOSHKOOK. Counnissioner. Indisispol's, March 13, lr'4 rKl H I " Mutual Life Insurance Company cf -Veto FurJk,'" m. being Jl williii; to comply with the terms ol accrtun law of this tate, in regird to the agenciesol foreign insurance coinpanies, ha ve re noived lo wlthdiaw all ,t.s at ncies from th-s tale. In futuie, there fore, wmen will please to reimt their premiums direct to the Presi dent of ihn Company , New York , accompanied with the policies. Ity Older. OHAS. W. CAHV, ev :iw l.nte (Senertl Acent of Indinna. MMiinTirr 111' underrignnd would respectfully iiifoim the citizen oof Indi- nn ilis an I vicinity , th it their Sate .Vt l lieing 111 good repair. they are prepared to fill hills of lumber rtt n slior er notice ihmnny liier null in the country ; ers-ons w i.shinp, to pun hase wonhi do weil locall.it the Uipple nulls and apply to KuONTZ Ät IR KK. March 1 t. If 4-. s.vc; Orm r ok niu Solicitor or tiif. Tkcasi iiv, t Fcbrujry 12. L-41. SEALED proposals will be received at thisortn e until the 1 .tit 9 duy ol April net,i 12 o'clock nt nouii.lor the purchdse of the interest ol the United States, at law and in equity, ol" tl e jno perty hereinafter described, iijhju the leriua and conditions men tion ed below, to-wit : No. I. A'l that part of ihe f.dlowintj descri'.ed nnd founded trüCt or parcel of I uid situate, Ij ini. and lo.ing in the count of Alont-.-oinn v and rotate of ludiani', w lii-'h has not been convited to any person or persons by tho Trensury Department ot the Uni ted Hi. Oes. snn e tho 1-th J nly, H'.M. to-w it : Beginning al a point oil aliin:-toti stieet, io the tow 11 of Craw ford-t ille. one hundred and ieventy-tive feet south ot South street, thence we--l lo wl ere the Terre Haute roa t run 111 July, ls:i4,ti,ence with the said Te.te llnuteroad as it then (July, run, to the intersection of line between sections fit e mid six, thence south to the coiner of said sections, thence east to the southwest corner of Hetverson's I.m.l. them e noitli with his line to the northwest coi ner of suit tra. t, thence west to the southwest corner of a plat of out lots, Uid out and sol 1 hy John Wilson, thence north to tlie alley running south ot two 1. its formerly sold to Diniel Galloway , tht nee west to the place of l.eginnin, containing one hundred and twent) -seven a res, be the same more or less. Excepting n square, compus.J ol paits of piari s .6 nn 1 27, included t ithin the u' ove houiidaries known as Je.T. r.n Square, nnd lyina in the v ill;.fre of Craw tor Js ville, 1 oonty of Montgomery ami Statu of Indiana, upon w hich th'' lite Irel T. C.iiitiy erected a large I. rick houe. It being tin tlerstoo.l tnat the purchaseis of ihe ahove tb-scri'.-.! j.rop-itv. No. I, shall exet uie an 1 p.-rioim all rontraets now in toice mule tiy the la'e T. A. Howard, for the sale of any portion of the ssme, which renin in-, uoexeentett, and t ! 1 ; t the conveyance will inclu le it tu 1 coiidiiiou to that effect. .No. 2. AUu, for the interest of the United States in Jefferson Sqjjre, above alluded to described, wuh the ole conditions as above. CONDITION 1. 1. Ea"h hid must b3 for a separate number on Ihe schedul, See. for C:tsh : to be deosi'e l nl one of the loliowing placet, to the credit of the Solicitor of the Treasury, specif) ins on aceouni of whnt particular number in Ihe schedule of property it is deposited, J to wit : The United States Treasury nt Washington . District of Colum bia ; the Assistant Treasurer at Boston und New Volk. 2. k.a h hid must be accompanied with a euaraiity. in the form given below, w hich must be certified by a collector, naval officer, marshal, United Stat s distri t at orney, or postmaster, that the guarantor u good, and tho party making it is rcsponihle for the Hmount. 3. On receit inz a certificate of depoite, signed by one of the de(ositorie atovo mentioned , a quit c ;ann dend, conveying all the right, fitlo, interest, and claim ol the Unite 1 States to the pioper ty described in Ihe hi Land paid lor, will 1. executed nnd aeknow-.-!i-d hy the Ho'icitor of the Treasury, free of all charge to the purcher. Such convej au-e will he sent, free of expi ne, to any post office, in the United States, as mav be rrquest-d. 4. No bid w ill be aeeepted unless it shall he natixfactory to the Solicitor, whether there shall be one or more bids for the pioperty. 5. Before hi Idiiirr, a'l persons nre requested to make themselves acquainted with the situa ion, value, and title ot the property they ( intend to hi t tor, so as to rily upon the.r own judgment in I iddin I 6. Alter the last day for leceivine them, the bids will be oj.enej i 1 tlie presence of such oth'-crs ol the Departmrtüt as shill be a' le to attend ; and will be exarnme I and passed upon. Notice will be g ven promj'tly to each person whoso hid is accepted, but to no othet. 7. The name of the bidder should, in nil case, he written nt length, and in a legit le hsnd. The bidder should give the name of ihe ost oth -e le which communications for I im are to be nent. d. Bi is mutt be se'.let, ant marked on the outside in these wolds: " Skai.iiu vidi fob U. S. PaoriaTv;" and addressed to the " Slieitor ol t'ie Treatuiy, Washington, I". C" !. Korm cf bid. ruaranty, au t certificate : I, , rci din nt , i-i the coumy of , in the Slate of , hereby oih'M he United States the suai of dotlara inra.sh.for their liht, title, imorcst, and claim in the proj-erty describe I in the jointed ait vertisemei t to the Solicitor of the 'Pit;. littry, dated September 5th, 1-4-, upon the terms und condi tions therein mentioned; and I heieby, in consi ''iition of the premises. a;'r-e, in ras. my bid theiefvr hall he acceded bv sai I Solicitor, to deposit! that sum, in lawful money, in one of Ihe de positories mentioned in said Ivertisenn-nt, within siity das after my bid shall l.e accepted ar.d notice thereof fnt to me by innil ; not incase of forfeitme he may re-sdlat my expense, or a.-rept the bi 1 of any lower I i lder w ho t i 1 iiay for the snme, ami 1 agree to pav all f.ss i a consequence of my failure to perform my Iii J . H.ted , , ls-i.1. for value re. eivcd I guaranty to the United States the perform er.ee of tlie Ih-iv. undertaking by the signer thereof, in case his hid be acci pted. Dated , , lSIO. I ertifvth 't the above guarantor U resf.onsiblc for tho sum mentioned in the above lj.. iL. I5il not performed on the part of the bidder, Recording to the terms sneeitie.1 in the .b ive conditions, may. at the tuition of 1 t, Solicitor.be d.-clared null and void. In nil cases where trmi.l 1 riViy have been ptacticed Dirainst the Uni'ed Slates, the Solicitor may, l.elore executiug the convey nice, declare the bi 1 invalid anJ Of no etlect. . K . II. UILI.IIT, t J liv. Solicitor ol the Treasury VI III A v ivotici: B8 hereby given, that I will demand dotver in Ihe above described land, which is offered fur sale by tho Solictor of the Treasury, and that I and the heirs of Dr. I. S. Cauby XVIll hold issesbou i( the same until evicted hy liw. ANN CANHV. r raw fordsvllle, Feh. J7. ls'. bS 6wTI Aoiici:. II K Undersigned coiiimissioia r, hfvil,r! been duly apjointed and qualified by ih I fo-iato court of the rouatv of Marion j and State ol Indiana, nt the Ke'-riury term thereof, for the year j 1 41. lor that purrose, w ill proceed to sell 01 tho premises, on Sat l lirday the 17t't d y of Mar. h. lsiy, ihe following deserü cd lot of Mud, vi. : I heeathall of the southwest q iartei of section thirty, two (32.1 township eventeen (17,) range five (") ast.excej.t three acres oil tho east bide of ihe same, cont3inin5 seventy-seven acret more or es. It Lein that portion of the real estate of John Bo lander, decease , late of Marion county, Indiana, appraised and set apart 10 John Entry and other heirs of sai t deceased. Term of Site. One third of the. pnrch iso money to be paid down, one third in fix months, and one third in twelve months, with interest from the day ot sale. Said purchase money tote secured hy notes w iih approved security, without relief Dom ap praisement or valuation laws- WJLI.IA.M M "Jllfc, Feb. 19, 1940. bi ? is Conmiiaionen ibaim's vi:c;fcTAini lxtkact IS the only remedy thai can he it lied 011 f. r the permanent cure for Spinal Complaints, Spasmodic Contractions. I ri it alien of tie Nerves, Nervous or n-k Ilea i';it I e, Neitoim Iretmis, Acurilpi Affections, Apoplexy, Iarahsis, (.Vnial l.'.bility, Dthiimcj of Ner voiis ind I'liysiial Energy, and all Nervous Di.ouiei, ii.chniing the mosl diendtul 01" ail diseasesl hat evei a ffi I H e human race EPILK1TIC Fi l s. (Jr fallirigsickness.hjs'erical tits, convulsion. npiim.ckc. Pctor Hart would impress 11 upon the minds ot the afil.cteil that lh Veee table Ls tract is ihe only remedy ever iliscovrrei! ttiat can t elfin do for I he 1 rut rieht cine of this most dreadlul of all diseases. As it tendeiit y is lo insunii v. iii.idnesK and death, the most SKILFUL I'lIYMUlAN.s of Uuroe as wel 1 as those of our 011 country, have pronounce Epilepsy iiirurible. And it has been so c.i.si.l. red by 11. any, until this most imiiortanl of all iliseotei ies was made hy I). tor S. Hart, nearly sixteen j ears suite, tbirinu w hu h lime it has been .erformiiig some of the most in: mark .n i.i: cuiies upon reroid, an I has ncqnired a tepntatiin which time alone can ef f.ee. i'hvsn'1 ins of in.totiht eil .skill Miel ex pel l-liee, .V n tr Irr 4 various d 'nominations, as well as lonnhe.'.s ol our t niment cttizn.s, all "nl l- in ret. .iiiinen.il n t hr-n ( litis truly vj.hiah.e nieOn nie lo then p.u lent.?, charge, ,mmI Irie-nls. w ho ale thus afflicted cs the only reinecly. ANOTHER KEMAKKANM: Cl'RE PEKFOKMED 15V THE IJcsE OF HAKT'sS VEIJE l AUI.E EX TR A C T. r. trf It i with no small degree of s .tit'ietion ittnt I am en abled to aniKMinre to you the complete restoration lo henllh of nn d iiljhtrr,l.y the use of tour Ve.etahle Extrnl. At thence of six years, her ae al juesent is sixteen,. he was tir.-t alia. k d with this dreadful malady called rpitrpnc Fit-. And until she roinmeiiced taki ngt lie Extrirt, slie surh-n-d vt nh ait.ic.l.s cf h's ntinost incessant ly, and so severel) as to ihre He 11 to diive reason from its throne, und rentier her inline IDIOTIC. Physicians pronounced her iiitin.it le, and could do nothing moie for her. We had nlo..st despaired of a cure, when hear ins of the remarkable 1 me performed hy Ihe Vegei ih!e Cur n t , w e .1 lermir:ed to give it a trial. Tlie result hi esceede I our mod s tajiiine expert Hli. ns. ashy its use she Ireed fiom a most dreadful malady, and re atored to PERFECT HEALTH. Should any one feel desirous of seeii.e ht-r. an I of ascertaining the partieiiiars of theca-e. such wish may he erat tried by call ing on or ad tl reusing a letter to me, postpaid, at niv renidi'uce.livo mile front the village of Voiikertj.Wfttcliester, Ntw Volk. O. C. I) EN'S LOW , Vonkei, N. V. From the Watchm in c f the Valley, the le nltng Pred.yterian paper of the West, published tit Oinciunali. ( hio: CURE FOR FITS. Advertisement of patent medicine, our reader are aware, have been excluded from our columns fur cvenl e.its pail. Oar object Hon to them are 1. We are not in favor o( keeping wrreteiihei moral or physical remedies for "the ills th it flesh is heir to." J. The crossfst impositions are orten practiced on the community by the vender of such medicine. It. I'atie uis are otVn induce I, hy the ft it I e ring recommendation of then) to dril! themselves williout disrre'ion, and much totheii lrjtiry, many tunes; an evil, by the way, wlnrh is (omni'. 11 to the use of all active medicine, wit bout proleswion.il advtee. On the other hand we hive no donht there a re patent medicines, v h;ttever m l he our objection to the principle of p.itentiiur them, th it nre valuable tcinedies for certain specific diseases, Ihe puhlicntinn cf which is an act ofl.enevolei.ee. I'.elievinsr Ihe ml irle advertised In snothercoluitiii to he of that clr s a lielicl for whit h WE HAVE HKIH .MEDIC AI A ETHORITV we have inserted it. A cuie lor e(iih-ilu- and other fits, width often hHtRe the skill of the Vest physicians , would biiug jy int, many an atn.cted fatuil) . 1 11 making THI ADVERTISEMENT an et reption to our general exeltisioii of patent me-licinea, we have followed Ihe example of other relignus journals that have adopted the aio (federal lule. Thi" vahiahle medicine ( Marl's Vegetal. Ir Uxiract, - is for sale by 1 hoiiii.s At Milt , I 17 Main si reel, Cincinnati. Ohio THE TIME Is NOT FAR DISTANT When 1 h'nis'an.ls who are now iremt.liiig u:ider the hand c.f this die, 1. 1 1 11 1 d isea.se, ami feat i 11 ihit rve ry dl n k may prove fatal, will find permanent relief , and be restoied io new life tiy using this cele braled metlu me. Judge Ktind.ill, No. I V) Henry street. New York, having used the Veüetab'e l'.xtratl st cceslul!v in Im family, highly re cuuneiids it to all prisons who are atnnled w nh Cits. Mr. Stephen E.l'nil, corner of Smh Avenue nnd Twenty Sixth street. New Vo:k, states that Mr.t'li;. II. Itougt.toii, a member of hi l.imi'y. has been so severe! v atll cted with epileptic fit f. r many yea-, that he h ohliged t re im.piisli his hesin'is. Ilaving iistd Dr. II trl's V'egr-t tide llnlr t I, s i)s M r. Pi .11 , he tt is soon r't'el lo jsrfe t hfalth, atid left tins city lor the blate of hio lo resume his h'1-.ines. llev. Mr. Sti.iiii. Ilecior of St. Petei's Clnnrh, FjH-iswimd, Nttv Jersey, w ho iias heeli .ttfla ie.l Willi epileptic fit for Itto'e lha 11 fofty year, staieslhit hehasu-nl Dr. Hut's Vegetable Extract, and hia he ih has been so mot h improved that he hopes by Di t me tilessing to have 110 mine fit. We would lehYi toihe filio.v ing persons who have been cur Usini Hail1 Vetet.thle Extract: W. I'-ennt t.atlln ted nine tears, 171 (irantl street. J. Ellswoilh. seven tears, -J Hi verslreet. Jir-ph Mi DiHig-,1, nine ye; r-. Cast lr..ki) n, L. I 1! . W. Smith, New Voik riiMi ni h.etse. is. Kell) .twenty years, Spiim ll,.u.l. Mi-s E. Meli ef.twenly years, V. rkviPe. Miss 11. Cane, twelve teais, 1 -.' I l.itnror-rst v street. Win. II. P.irsell.twcnt) Ihree tears, 7:1 .ti,j!k stieet. Jaioh Petty foui year-', 174 Delancy street. Philo Johnson . I tveuly-eighl year, tireeneastle, Cl Th.'UVi K. Jones, of the Cnilid States Naty. Captain Willi im nniiigK, .tate stieet, l.ridgeport, Ct. lieferen" e nl-so irtatle to Dr. W. L. Monroe, Cuilford, Ohio. Rev. Richmond Taggetc . Wed Davenport, N. V Kev.T. L. Itushnell, Mali imore. Mar) land. Mr. Joe.h Itradlet , 1 1'J Orchard s'reet, N. V. C. II. DtHighton, Su-. Eighteenth ft reef. N V. Mr. James Rertholf, 'heste r, Orange county , N .V . John rat er. 17f Elizatveth street, N. V. I. A. Richtoii.'JIH Delnncy street. V V. J timet. Smith, I3ti Miff.. Ik slteet. N. V. Charles Prown. I0o Water street, N. V. AH of w hicfi may be called upon or addressed, poa ONE THOUSAND CERTIFICATES Have been received in tesiimony of the fonrficial resulls prodsiced the use of Dr. Hart Vegetable Extiact. Prrpited by S. Hart, M. D., New Vcrk. Price One package, $3 00 I'oor packages-, ...... Ii) no Eight packages, - i oij 5-lt iscarefully p;.cked npi n boxes for tra nportit ion . nnd n any jiart of the United Elates, Texas. V-iro,rd West Indira. THOMAS & MILES, 147 .Main ttrect, between Third and fourth, ( inrinnnti, O. (Jeneral Agent for the I ni'rd States OAD CM A PIN, Corner Pih and Market street, npept for laiisville, Kv DAVID CRAKHIEAD, Indianapolis, lidiaia; It. L. Lawcv-nce ii. Son, Lafatelle.do. ; Meniy Mat nar.l. Madism, d.i. N. It. All roirimtinication in reference to lr. MnrC Vegetabl Extract. the only cine for Epilep ,innst he adiiiessvd (jm.si paid)l THOMAS At MILES, Cincinnati. Ohm. 4 swAcw COUNTERFEITS. 4'ms' tov t'iisitiit(f ion. 7,000 eist or oHsTiNtTC I'tiMos'isr c..MruiT rt sto im osi rrts! WiTa"s Hlsam or Wild i'ioikv. ihe fitat .Im er nun Kcmf'ty fur Lung compluiMi and all ujictwnt vf the Ile.'piratury ( rriroas. "r U do not whIi toirif.e w uh the lives 01 hea III of ihe afflicted, " ami we sincerely pledge .uiselv s to iii 'ke 110 assertions as to the virtue of tin medicine :-.nd to hohl out no hope to sulleiing hu manity w hich tail tv,ll not warrant. e a-k Ihn attention of the candid to a few consideiation. Nature in every part of her wölk, has left indelible m uks of adaptation and tlrsign. The constitution of the animal an I vegetable of the torrid l such that ihey could lad entbire the cold of the irtgid r.t lie and t ice verse. In regard to h ease a ml U cure, I head atLal.on of remedies 1 not les striking. 'As .Mosi of It e!u ml and t he Jiwraud iTi.'ii Cherry aie justly celehraled tot the cure of ail tliseasesol the Lungs and Liver, w Inch are so learlully prevalent in nit northern '11 Hudes. Fr. .in a coiiil.iiiati.oi of Chetnica F.xiiact procured from this '.Was, ami these tTrtt' Dr. W I star's Ilalsaiuof Wild (.'berry 1 chiefly U rna d. From the llarrt'an ild ) Oazrtt?, of Feb. 1, IRj The i ricredulotis aie invile.l lo lead 1 he lollow iitg note Iroin Ihe Uev Mr. Col.1 1011, whose character lor truth and veracity aland above si.-s. pici'in, und hive llieir douhts di-pelle.l i. lo the sueiiorlty of Wia t ' Itals-ain of Wild Cherry, over nil other jtmetlns oi the same Character. Coayoois, Nd., January S, lh4. Iii no les a duty than a pleasure lo me to siate f r the tenehltl theattlicted, that I consoler M i-iai's !alam ol Wild Clieiry, a gtest blessing to the human race. Hat ing Hied it in a rase of eevete ai fet dun of Ihe lungs, uniiesitatinglv recommend 11 lo those similarly alibi led as the best reined) that 1 hate ever tiied, and one which cured me when the physical! said 1 must die, and when 1 thought lit) sell that my time lodepuit waJ near at hand. WILLIAM COLDRON. Sr at. -sun ti d, Kv., May 14 ,1 15. Jlestr. Smford 4" Tarfc: I take this opportunity 01 inlorn it g yon ol a most remai kahle cure rloriiied upon me t ihe ose of JirWis lar' ß i!:tm of Wild Cherry. 1 11 tiie t ear I 4o, I was laken w rib an ind tinoi.it i..n of I he bow els, which I labored under for 1 w eks, w hen 1 eradnally lecoveied. In Ihe lall of l-4l, I w a attacked w it Is severe cold, w hirh sealed itsel I iiHn my lui.e, and for Ihe space of three )ears I was confined lo inv bed. I tiled all kind of ineib ine, and every variety ol nie.lical did, w iipout t-neflt ; and thus I weaii.l along until llio winter of lr-41, when I beard of Wisiar's Il.1ln.m1 of Wild Cherry. My litem! persuaded me to g-v il a trial, Ihoitgh I had giveiiiipal! li"sot itc.vety. and hid pn iaretl in) sell for tlie change of another world. Thu.ugh their solicit, lion, I txas 111 ducetl lo 11. -ike use of the (.emune WiiaiV HalsHiii f Wild Cherry The r Herl was truly astonishing. Aflel h ve t ear of illl lei 1. n , pain, ami stillem. g, anil afler h 1 ing p nl lur .r liv.i )-u . .:inl dollars lo no purpose, aiul the I est and mosl re-frial-le ihtsi 1.. 1. lnul j roved unavailing, I was soon ie t. n d lo entuc. health by Ibe blessing of (Jod a ad the use of Dr.W islaCs liaNam of Wild Cheiiy. I am now enjoying gsd health, and stiehl mt altered appearame, thai I am no longer known when I meel my loiinei a. tju.iiniai.cs. I bate gained rapidly in vvt-ight, atid u.v tlrsli is him and solid. I ran l ow eat i much ns any peisoti, nn.l mt I.hhI st em In i-giee wilh me. I have ealeii more during Ihe last six months than 1 hail eaten in rive years before. Considering my c:e a!ino-t a imr.ic'e I derm It lines s.iv lor Ihe good of the alflicle.l, and a duly I owe to the proprietor and my fellow men, (who should know win re relief may be lia.l to in ike this statement public. May the blessing f Cod rest tisin the proprietors of so valuable a medicine as ist.tr s lSalsaut of Wild fiitrtv. Vouis resctfullv, C X WM. II. It AK ER llcwsas: ok (.'ii'sTm ms Those who cotimeilell a gl! inedi due for the ursise of a iding a lew dollars to their ps kel are far te I.i in the 111 aimlaciureis of putiiiH coin. For w bile the latter only rob us of our properly , the loriner lak e propeily and health and lileaway. Dr. Wisi.n's lia's.nu of Wild Client is adiniited liy thtsi s.uids of ilisinterested witnesses tu have, ellecled Ihe mosl eilraordi- nary cure I raws of i.uliiiooary ami alnoalir lit araeler, ever liefine lecorded in Hie hrsU.ry of medicine. The toiing. Ihe lautiful, the good all seak forlh its praise. It is now the favunie nit tlit ine in the most intrllig. nt l imilies of our country. Vk h hbigli tnnd in tuhlic ei-limatioii li.t been at hiete.l l y Us ow n menus alone. And ho long ax it disceinitii public ate careful to -ret Wist.ir's llalsain i.f lid Cherry, nnd refuse with scorn countetle I, end etery tber arlitie proltered to lliem a a substitute, ho long tvtllcuies, positive cures, cheei the fire tube of many a despairing family. Tlie true ami gtn tiiiie WiHiar' IJal.iin o I Wild Cherry u sold at established agencies in all part of the United State. Sold 111 Cinciuiiali on the corner of Entiuh ami Walnut sis., hy J D. PAUK.tJeueial Agent lor the Western Slate. Tomliusoo JJrothers.and D Craighead, I tJi;:tiipolis ; Wm. M. Hughes at Co. Modisou ; Claikson it Dufour, Vevay ; WindsUnd levatNewkii-k. New Albany , Wilson, tarbird & Smith, Louis, ville; J. H. Wilder fc Co. do; 0 Morgan, Uockpoit; lt. & W. Young Mount Vernon ; Wm. M. Wool.ey. Evanst iile; W. 8c C Itell. do ; Il.Koons. Etiwardsport ; A. Mc('alU. Btoomington ; J.Uurke, Craw lordsx ille ; Joseph Sommes, Vinctnnes ; Dr. Peck, do; J. Spencer, Laf ) ette; C. K. Wüstach, do; Wood King, Terre Haute; A. IL Meiritt. South Bend; Ames ii, Holliday Mn higanCity ; Wm. Bolles. Delj.hi ; L. Beecher, Ft. Wayne- Ap.7. e.p "7lTsPriTOKioCt,r,,,''very l0W . . ..r u.. ft f n t. It W. MCORE. fi258öMMtiisgBsj 1 ff rT y& Ytt 'rm w-. sa.v w . .r RrIirHriii-Wv.s. jituwuKaisüBrjiR&ftRP r r IBBBÜÖS.HJDI.EEBgBi 175 ? tili 1 Ki J0 IK. TOWAM;.Ii'.S SAHMlMICilalaA. WiiNM.k .ivp i;- i.ssiv.; Mir; alk. The nu.st extra. inliii iry M -Ii ii.e in llu; Vild!! This Extract i, pt up in' Quart II ,t'Jcs : it is tx times cheaper, iluinter llH,l warranted wpetivr to any sold. It ewes without runnl'm. fwg-in, tirkruintr or ,1 hifitatin th"' 1'a'i, t. ryUi: great ! 1 11 an t -,i.f.ir tv .,( tr,. Sar-:!Mri;n oterMother , .;d.lt.e,.tht wl,,:e ,t er.1:ea... t'i- dl-e,e, ,t Invigora't. tliel.o.h . It ISf.üe , J the tetv I -t SPUINC AM) Mr.MME!: MEhK'INEs r,M, , r'1'""""- "note ,Mrit,. ;,!, l.Cii.ellS t. ....... t.tt i. .. ... , ..... . . .. e ,' . . . 'i-i'ill, ill, J .-,1 liLlo. lis ' -t 11 Cir " " l.e C,; f-'.nlr, h l'..uj . ., H(Wtr ,rtlS. s-e.l I 10 other li.ei'lfilt-. Ai.d n t'.'s I.. ihr ui:,,.,! ... ,,.. ,.r ,.. woo lei tnl sin-cess. It has performed tviil.iu the last five tears room than 1 ci,'i:h cu: snf . tie cics of die.ve; hi )e.it l5.li')Jwne Consiileie.l riruriM". h h ij s tveJ the lives id 11. ore tl.a.i 0,0 H eli.l dn 11 during the to ji.st s- a.!,-. lu.tjiio uam: (r (;!;.ci:al deiiiuty a.d WANT OF M:UV()IS ENIIKCV. Dr. Townsetid' S irs t; in'la invigorate the tvlw.ie Sfsiem peimi netitty. To tni.s-e w Im have l,.st i'i ir ni.s iii.ir eneigt by llie r'l'r 'i of tio-.bciue ..r indis. retion conimiiied iri)outh, 01 the exi csivt 11. dulgeureof the passions, and brought on a"giierat phsiCil fw.r! rat ion of ihe nervous svKiem, lassitude, w ant ol amotion, fainting sens t tion,piem.iture decay and decline, In-tenmmj towards that lata! d sease, Cons11.1ijrts.il, can I e entirety restored by this pleasant ren.e d). 1 his far sai smil 1 1- i:,r s.i-ri.r to anv INVHJOUATINCS UOKDIAL. A it renew and invigorate tlie s)stem, give anivily to the Mnibs, au.i ueiiH 10 inr- m i-. 11. ar system, in a m.rst extia.dniHry decree C().uiuT;i(N ui;ki;d. CV.iase and Strengthen. C n.-n,,twn cm fc. cured. Rronrhttit. Co tuiiijttinn, Ltirr C,f.'i'. CV. C'rr, Counki.jttthma, Sptt in? of iiU'ud, rcac.vi ih t ie Clir-t. JJ-itic Fitrnk, .ViffSt Sire.ttl, licv.lt or I'r fu-e Jlrjjct lorutvn, I' un ta the Side, c., have brtn and can S Cured. M'ITTIMi 13I.OOI). ArrIort,.?,..ri7?,l5l7. Da. 1 uwmo I v. i.ty b. lieve th it your Sarsapin'! 1 has been ihe mean, through Pt-ivideu.-e, ..f rnivmg my ' le. 1 have for several )iarsht l a btdC.m't. D became u..f.e an I tvt rs. At h.-t f raised large pi .muten of M.e.d, h id night Swe-tts, and vis trentlv debibt tied mi l rediic-d and did not expect to l.ve. I have 01. 1. usJ yir Sar a;i .nil a eh .11 iiaie.and l.itie h.ts a woibila! change .een wrought in ine. I am row able to walk all over the Oiy. t raise no hl..!, and my cough h a- lelt me. Ym can well i.nagiiie that 1 am th nil.lul f.r thefe restili. Vteir ot.etlieut ervanr, WM KI.?--Jr.LL,CjCjta:iriiie.kt. RIIEL'.MATkM; This is only one t4" umie liiaii f..ut th. strand cases of Hheumatisin that Dr. l ow iiseud's S irs.tp.trilla h is cured. The m.ri severe and chronic case are weekly eradicated l y its t-xtt aorditi ary virtues. James Coitiiinrigs, C-q., one ol ihr iiKum-ftts in the lin.oic Ay Itiin, lüackwe li'a lslau.1,1 the f. nt .em an spoken of In the following ktter: BluclicrH's llud. Srt t. 11,1 ,7. Da. IVwisrin Deir ir: I line sut!".rd ternhlv l..r nine terns w iih the bhrum tt.sin ; 1 otih 11'. te I the lime I nsild not eat, sleep or walk. I Ii id the utin -t dilresso.g pi;n, and mt limb wer tmil.lv swollen. I bate used f.-ur t.u!es .f jour asapall;la, and they have done me more than one tlesi- tud doMar-- worth of good. I mn so much belief mdeed. I a-n entnely re'ieve I. Vou are at lib erly to ue this lor the benefit ot tl r- alDi. t tl 'oars, rep-cif ify. JAMI.S CU.M.MINCS. rCYER AM) At JIT.. Dr. Tow nsen.Ps Sais;i.aiula is uneq ixiled 111 cae of iheCbi'la and Fever and Ague. The follow ing leiler is only one of h'li tlrtOs that we have received front the South and W. st of like rhar .cvr. o tr-;.e. m.c'i.. act :-., I?!?. Dr. Tfwsir no: De;, r Sir: ! purclr sed r-r my win two r4t e of Saisapar.l'.i of jour Ag-nt. V.r. Mca r, of K.-' .n .7. . to Ity 11 f..r Ihe I-et er aim Age. I. tore l UM fln'slin! tae lirsl U.'lie, it ap peared t iwarm the.lo...t, und evei v o; her day, w hen t he I 'hit1 and Fever apjie. red, l.'ieyweie less t loiritt. and .e('.re s'ie h id liili-tl-d Ibels.ltie stie tv is eitiKet) feneke.. niiJ he it is timeli Ui; i linn she bad 1 een I e'ori--lir l.k Ihe Atinr. A !.!-. hat h-1 Inn tery su-k v Ith 1 he Cinils an J t'cx r. hol lad I rol e lliem with CAmii and tv: s leli in a vry ite-k aid il sltesn.f' ide. .id Hot. I led et. reeiling'1 wiiliMir- Ague Cake, enigthe etfe.-t 1 1 ml it find on my wife, she setil :.i.. pr. nre. I a lev hoiue, : ltd U resVred I er in a fety weeks I. tinplele h'-i.illl V.-ut sirs pal ill. 1 i wrhsii d.riiht unequal'ed Ii tli-eises mi i.lenl lo ihe U eI . an 1 if t .ai t h'hk lha this i'iiimtiiiicati.jii w ill l-e . f i,re, j.ti are at liberty loose it aoa cbisise. Vours,iei.;i:tfuliy, CIIARLE-s IL SWAIN, CANKER IN TIIE MOlTTH. Eelow is an .- e..iini of an. . Hier 'hild sited. Dr. Townend'a aar sapiriliu ha s aveil toe I ites oi tl iHisai d of chiMicii. Tlie f..llow ing Iwo certificate are r-eletted Irom a gteat iniiuber fecied llil A Vic 1-rJt, .9prd 1 , 1S47 Dr. Totvnsend: Dear Sir 4 ee of my children w as sei t ck w ;ih a Canker 111 tiie Month and Throat, attended wi'h great debi!ity. It came near dtiiig. I obtained some of your ex.eüent medKine, and It cuied it dire tiy, for w im Ii I as'iiie tt u I feel sery plateful. ours. ie-t"ctlii'lt . ELI.AIIEI H FOWLER, 17 Desbrosses-st. . rn: rn!! fitmü Dr. Townsend, m t having tested hi s trsapaiilla in case 1 F.ts, of c.wifse never rec mendnl it. and was surprised to receive ihe f I- low ing Irom an intcltigeiil and resrilal te Parmer in Wrlclietei county: Fori'ium .1njvi 13, le47. Dr. Twneitd Decrir: I hive-a little girl snni )eai i f age who has been several tears dieted xtith Fit-; te tned almost every tiling o her, but w ithout snta ess; tt last, alittonth w e risild hu t I10 rectunmeiidaia.il in our r ir. ii'.ir f. r t ase I ke hers, w e thonght, aa sh was in very !elicaie health, we would give ber s. tire ol yts r s trsnpan'.la. and are veiy glad we did. for it not ,.n!) r ston .1 Iter s'reitgih, Iml she had rn. return o- the Fit, to our creat !e: sure ; nd urpiise. the is fi-t Iwo'iut.g rugged aid heart) , f.. r which we feel craUful. Votirs. re-i tiiil' t, JOHN BUTLEU, Jr. TEMAI.E MEDICINE. Dr. Tow nsend's Sar 1 pari I a is a sovereign and speedy cure for In ciieni Consumption, Itarienness, Po.'pas.n Ctr-ri.or Fiillinc of the cmli, Cosiivei ess. Piles, Leiiiorrl-Q;-, r Mnte. Jistroi led or d:tli nil Menstruation. I .root mem ml Lime, or involu i.Uirv dis h ire Ihne..! . and tor liie gent rat ptofl ration of tin stsieiu no mailer tt In Iber the result of iniierei.i rai'se or cms. pf.i o ed t.y irieg 1 iar 1 1 , 1 line- or m a-i.ieni N. -i hing in.. re surj risii tt than ii iit ig or .tltig elTet ts 011 the human Irxme Per m.iis all w eas nt ss and lasri luiie. Itotii taking 11 lit ou.e bei oine rolut a lid lu II ot' energy 11 n.'er it influent e. Il 111 iiietliidely counteract the nervousuee of the female frame, tt hu h is the great ctu-e of II 11 rem er. Il will not 1 exrrted 'f us. in cases of ko tlelicatt a natine, to exhibit ceiiifKa'fa of cures performed but we can asins lite afThcied, that htindreu .f case have ten rejs rted to us. Thousands of cases where (utilities have tieen without hil.ben, after using a lew t4t'.e of this invalu hie na-.lieine. have been l.tesM-d with h.e hea hby otT-j tm; . I t) MU I'HEKs AND MAHKIED LADIES. This Extractof Sars.apai ilia b: Urn e press 'y pre;nrcd in refer ence to female co'iiplamis. No female it ho has reason lo supjsise aha is npproarhins lliat I lUn al -rn.d. -Tbe turn ol" liie," should nejjlect t take it, as it is a certain preventive foi any ol 'he no met oil and fsr rible di.-ease to w hit li lemal. sie subject nl Ibis lime of Inc. This peritMl mat be delayed for several teai by using 1 hi nx-i irioe. Nor la it lesi vi lüat-le lor those who are appront tiiuj ttiin jiile.. I, as it la rait u'.ttt d to assisi ii.ilu e,by ipiit k mng Ibetlmnl and iuvigoraling i the st hl. in. I tidi ed, th-s mr-.ln ine I invaluable lor 11 the dels. at diseases lo tt hull women are siibj -ct. It I rates ibe whole system, renett permniieiilly the natural ener gie. tv removing th- impttiii.csol the Ihm)-, not i far FtiiniiUtint as to produce sti'.st-fjueiit relaxation, xt Int h Is the case ol UMt lnedicll.es taken f.T lenutle weakness and disease. Ly ti.ing a few bottle of jhis medicne, nnii) sett re and pain' til surgital .peiauoii mat t-prJ vented. (JH'JAT I5LE:SHN; TO MOTJIEKS AND CHILDKEN. It is the sai'est and most rfleiiual rueilicine f. r purifying the system and relieving lite iti'ciings altenaai.t us.u child biith ever discovered. It strenglliriis boih liie 11 1 ll.cr an 1 I ill. previa, is p in and.is.sse, im teases j nd euriche- the l.s d. il C st. w bo bate used il think it is 111-di.-K nable II 1 Inghlt Usel both lie fore and üfler cisf;nement, as it prevents d'.-ase alien. lant dot cbiblbiith in costiveiies. pi'ea, rraiupa, stteHing of the leet, dt spoiul. ncy. I.e.iri Imru , vemiting. pain, in the t uck and Iviius, I the pains, henioif hage, nnd in reguleting the srcrttioli and t pi:;liiiig the cuculation, it lias 00 eil.il. '1 he eat beauty of tins inedii ine is, it is alt at s sale, and the mtwi tle'a ate use It lii.t sufces-fuily, vciy letvnise require ant nt!i'T n.edn ine, 111 Home a Intle Casioi Oi'.or Magnesia, is 11-ehi 1 . Exerrine in the o(wn air, and lighi lirod w itii this iitedicine, wi I alw a) ensure a safe nnd 1 easy ooiiriuemeui. NOTit;n to 1 Iii; laiil:s. Those th it nutate Dr. "Pott itsend' Sraiaiill.i have Inratiably C:i!l-d theirsti;!!' a great tenu ly for lYtn ilea, ia: kc, and have rotiied j our bills and cucniar wha h relates In the cotnpl: Irt of w omen wtrd lor tt ord other men wti.i put ip ineoaliie, li tte, siri'c the tireal sutct- of Dr. Tow n sei id Sars.1p.11 i! Ira in compl a i.t incideiai females', ret oiiin.t ud. d ttieiis, all liougti ptevi..'y Ihey did Is4. A niimbei of these inixlure. piüs. it ., ae injon-Mi io fi 111 jles, alll aggravtite disease, and iiudermoie the con -I I'm Ion. si:iN)rT.liA (TK'ED. Thi certificate conrlusikrly 1 r e thalth sar;.ari'la ha erfeCt j Col.llol over the llt.ssl i'!.slii...'.c tlls.se of the blu.,J. Thfte pel SOUS cured 111 one h uc is i:ii.r- tl nt .1. THUUI: CIIII.DIIKN. Dr. Tovn'end Dear Sir : I ate Ihe plea-are to lt.ft.rm jou that tl ire ot inythil.be'i have been Hired of lue s r ifuU by lite Use uf )our excellebt medicine. Tht-y were affl.i ted veiy severi ty tvi:h ha.l soies; have t iken only font Uitile i tt l.sik I hem awa, oiwlnth I feel int'self i.n.Ier treat ob'li? ation. ' Voms.re .ectfu i, jA 0 W. CUANE. 105 Winsstert. OPINIONS or PlIYMOlANs. Dr. 'I own-end is almost duiiy rrcciting ordci Iroin phvsiriuna dilVerent parts of the Cn;,.ti. This is to certify that we, t'-e uadersignd, physician of titer My of Albany, have In uumetou cases jrernbe l Dr. 1 ow iisend's Sarsa panlla, ni l bellete. II lo 1 e one of ttte its.si v.iitiilile prejraliuiia la the market. 11. . I Cl. im;. M. i. J. U lU-u.N, M. D. K. It. HU!;i.s, M. D. Albany, April 1, IF47. P. E. ELMENlMJKF, M. D. I t'AITIOX. Owing lollie grea l stiere and iuimeiise aale i.f br.Tuwiiwnd's Sarsaptiriü.i, a int'i !er 4 I men who were toimtrlv our agents, have commenced making Satsapnrilfi Extiacts. Etisn. ihtter. tlitiactsra' Vellotv Dttrk.cVc They geiietally il it up m Ihe same shaped tal lies, and soin- ot llielu h ive stole ai d copied oui a.Herliseuieul ; they are cii'v tvt rihless imitations. and should be avoided. Piincip.it Olh. e. 1-0 EI'LTON street. Sun MuUJinz, N. Y. ; Red- ding At Co , s Slate siuet, li.r.1011 ; Doft t Son. Liv! North Secoad street, Philadelphia ; S. . Dance, druggist. H.iliunore ; P. M.Cohen. Charleston ; Wngl.t A, 4'..., IM Cli. nre siieet. N. u. ; iu3 Soulti peat I si reel . All.au . ami ly all the punt l(tui druggist ami men ha tils geneially thtoughout Ihe I inied Mates, West Indies and I lie Car.adas. For sah Ay TOMI,LSOX LWOTJIERS, igents9 sirn nf the GolUsn Mortar, opposite 'te WasJiinirtoi Hall, lntliannpolis. Jun T--,'uiiiv i;i 11 mi; sveoT "Xn. .. lVoi E'oiirt Ii Mrcfl, Ciiiciiiiiuii, O.. . iii.i ... linpfrirrs ti II .jW. I ul er if an I lancy ftooJs, sj- UC tiow receiving, of their .wn duWt importation, a very Urge a and complete spring t.M k, c.tsttmj I t art, a follows, of (Jold lind sliver, pi. in and jewelled Elieli-ll lever watcliea. gold and ailvei. Swiis, ancre, level au 1 Irpme w atches, French marble, etxuiy, and China th ks, violins, accoideon, peritis-iou rjia, silk, ihreaj amllre-id puises, head bags, i..tli , hair and shaving brushes, s.lver, (jermin silver, and cedar ps-itcils, comb, s lvtr, siel and i.erman silver ;ieclK'ies, razor, ritis4,siinte, double, and iceolving paiiol, dnd a general variety of Cernt. n and Ftei.rh f..ucy kkIs. A full hssortim itl of wati Ii mater a'., deii'i-t l.'iU, leelö, gc4d p'ate and foil, gold and gilt guard, f..' and ttst chaiu-, k.iH, runs, and jewelry of every dectijs.ioii. D. Jk (a are also now leceivine frotu Sliertietd, Eegland, larfe in voices of (.etf; Woslenhoitn Al Son', 13ui.li: C tc eWni's. aiJ IS. Crooketi Sc. ;.' fine i kel cutlery, w ha h. t.t.eiiirr v Ui ail t.'ie above named good, they can and will erll at lowei price than any i: ll-r llOllsIM Wl ttC t tl liy til lltlili. 1 i .irhuiakeiM. Jewellei.. and dealer 111 cutlery and fancy g.a.ds, are reeUUlly luvited to call anJ I examine. V Cicc!E:ati,0 .February 13, 3 ln.a t