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Lr.xirr?r, (Ky.) A.oril 8, 1S37. 7V ir eor ; Obierttr Y Jtepyrter: My nbs-.r.i're f.xmi luaio Ln ircvcate'l mcs frnb;r?l rnc nHi-in a call id your paper on i.u lob.).n3 a cm hi its t represent this div-tii-rt in aros. In dc-r'.niiij, a-, Idihccallon in mule u j doibt 1V 111 fiicirls, simz of wh:a hives bn. kujwa ids, uu 1 wJi,sj enipo:t I hive i. wi in ii.- Mt;tifit ri'tin thr.i.iii which oir S -w O H..ato bis lU.cJ, bit whxb I trust arc to return to hce n ino.e, 1 c ncss 1 icol s:bj relic tunc. Jlit my prIvataafr.irsdeiJiuiJ it ofine,!.! 1 foci wcli ass ir,jl tfialuol.ii.j tbat 1 co.iH d riil bo lofiuitfotie by any one whom the dislri'jt imy KcIc3f,"to rodoDin an I rjgjoto this iritbn Iroin its projcnt pr ostrate an 1 fillcn condition. For th i Ivt eiyht years Am Ken lull (wh, bjPwa hi was driven from Kentucky by lubli? indrvirttim, h id rcl ice 1 this State to utter ru in,) his bsca cin .iiticil'y the I'rcsiJentot th- United States. T an -I it el from Frankfort, wbire he livl alo isod b tli public an I private c n firlcscan J for awhile huJbirrirJ the legislation of tin mtry in th". downvfarJ road to rjin, an I wa :to hj ha.1 inisl 5 1 and abused the confidence of tin Ijtuculi.o of the Stale, t? Wa.hint n, bo It i for ci'rht yearn, through an inf iriatcd an 1 im lc?ilft o!d in in, r do 1 an 1 r ai'io 1 this nttioii ; an 1 has been the deep root taken, ihttlisi?. it sociiti, t bo contin ted in the dcn'itM-ic o! tm-.tcrby thep.escnt iinumboat oi the Ktcritivn Chair. One who will draw a parallel betwccilTnccdf.il viol it ions of the constitution, until the ih j iiii'frttines of Kentucky from 1S17 to 1821, (hope il wiiea Anishld th3Con-:icn"!Cof o ir Kxo ;ut vei,) an 1 lln condition of these United State!", sin'c ho hai leen the c nseiencc-kcep ofth-j Presidents, m ly re t idy account ttr the a lia .oi g prosp;cts wiii -h now threaten the I'-s oi' public credit and the binkraptcy of thousands of our citi&.ns. WhT-n Amos Kendill becaoie i vcrnor do fact a of Kentucky, public crc bt w as high, and tho po pl j were never more pro-per-us; tiio Stito Ii mI sustained hercharaetcr an I f.iiih incntract3 untarnished; her bank paper equal t gold or silver: but this deimgoguo arrlspeculitor raised tho cry aga'n-t the Bank of Kentucky and its n'o lh !d r ; arrayed the m ney bvrowers an I f-pjnJ thrift ftpecobitoi t'ae country agaiiiMl ber lalxir nnd industry and tin Miy, at the head of the rIIigate and unpnn ciobrl, Iriiuiohiid over p;b!ic nioril.--, and the laws an I tho ctn ititution. Tho first act of his party was in 1S17-H, to destroy tho Bank of Kentucky, and to grant cbar-t-rsf r forty odd spurious banks, with a view to flood the" State with paper sullicient to meet the (I'-nianJi ofhiinself and partisans. Thia accom pli.die l, in twos'nrt years this doinigoguc and partisan reduced the lib-urand credit of the State t utter prostration. Tho whole depirtments of i.iiKr we.o visiteu by a wide spread ruin; the It ink 4 bankrupted, and the means of paying debts ilcsrrvrc'l. AmHfs relief for all these mischiefs brought np:jn tho Ciuntry, was an o;icn violation of puhli : t ilth by a repeal of the charters of all tho banks in existence those that had fiithf illy redeemed their paper an 1 f ilfillc I their corpo rate powers, sharing tho common fate of those ill it had both cheated and swindled tho countrv This breach of faith and of the constitution, the iirst measure or relief f r the disease created bv Amos, an 1 which ho promised to cure, was found t ut to mrexsc rather than abate the milady. Amos then found out thtt the fault was in tho roan's, not in the banks of the Stato. Ilia next prescription for relief against his own acts or c vi.'s brought upon the country, was replevin and property laws; an 1 this failing, also, heprcscrib- r I the pi in lor the explosion ol a metallic curren cy, and the substitution in its place, throughout the Comuimwcalth's Bink. His party still vie-to.-i ms, followed this prescription alio, but the flis.rtiso got worse. The courts of j istico were n d as f liihlesu to the c m-ttit ition as Aids and bis parti, in-?; an 1 his law of relief were declar ed to havo violateil WrtU tho constitution of Kcn t ifky an I that of tho United State. This gave 1 1 Air. Kendili anl his party a new theme. They inveigh :d ag iin.it tho Juilgcs, and finally p issed a law repealing them out of otlice and crc nting a court of nppo'il', lilted with partians pledged t carry Allo4,s relief laws into execu tion. Hero the people rebuked tho minion, his (iovcrn r an 1 the whole party, by rope ding their reforming law, an 1 restoring the old court. Tho luat anl the dying cllort of Amos Kcmiill in Kentucky was to persuade Iho poop!o of the St ite to repeal their constitution, if they were not willing to brc ik it. The people however, p.-efbrrod expelling M Ken t ill and his crea tures from ofii.re, an I be then led his followers o vcr totSoacr il Jackson in mss, as his last refuge from scorn, contempt an I ignominy. He was receive I with open arni-4 by Jackson, w ho it seems, laved bth tho trait r an I h's trcasm. All know that Am s an I hi.- creatures here wj.e ojposcd to Jackson; th it both he and they were loud lor the election of C'liy. But he hid run his race; he had Iot nil that he ever had in the state, a traitor to his best iVieii I, a nuisance to his country, a e-it to sicicty; tho finger of se rn was upon him from every direction. Jackson was not unaware of this being his condition; but that knowledge with him, was the passport to his heart; it was en wigh Cr hint to know that Kcu !u!l was an outcast nnd tho sul ject of honest con tempt in Kent leky that he had violated the 1; mlideii'-e and friendship of Cluy ; in fine, th it ho was in Kentucky treated as an ingrato and mis creant, unworthy of tho countenance of any hon est iu in. t determine him to reward him. He gave him otliee, he gave him money, he gave him his c mi file n :e, and finally surrendered to him the administration of the wha!e executive powers. How Ar.103 succeeded to the high estate he has, ...... 7 co.iM lie toli by m-.ny a Jackson leader, who has (nappe.i nn collar, mil iv many a one tnu s.a-vi-hlv wears one. It is known to these gentleman. that when J u-k-'oii s Ji.-st cabinet was t r.ne I'.a t n was pi ;eed in it ns a crmti I inf, to whxn Jack- s n ! uld r-n!kle his proj jets, cr.ido and alisurd. as lie ciwiMonfy write them; and when submitted t hi 11, they wJro to bo written out in Kngli.-di and llu autography cvrecte l. &.. Th?n Jackson was tv copy tho project,nnd submit it to h's cab inet as his owa prod icti.Mi, thereby keeping the rest of his cabinet ignorant, not only of his tital incapacity to draft, in intelbgibl lan.iac. any scnenao or siinj.'ct lie migni wi?u v .submit to their consideration. This plan succeeded for a irhile; bat when the honorable men tha filled Jackson s cabinet lo-ind oit that Eiton, not Jack son, was President, the v demurred, Ac this brought up the crisis for Amos to act his part, which he did s well as to havo tho whole cabinet dissolved fhc honorable men who filled tho cabinet, were substituted by his partizans an l h3 himself sue ceeJed to tho hmrahle post occupied by Major Caton. of being coahdant, who should write and spell for Gen. Jackson, and the President to copy what ii3 wrote, and submit it to his cabinet or the world as his own production. From that mament to tho present, the cxecu live department, and tho Conirrcssof the United States havo exhibited and enacted the scenes of Kentucky from 1817 to 1825. Like Governor Desha, General Jackson becomes a jrrcat const it u tional tinker, the constitution is all wrong, and he and Amos presented to Congress in a few vcars more projects than had been thought ofbv all the world before. This habit of boring Congress with Amos's schemes for constitutions were kept a - . . . up unui it oceanic ridicut xis tnroughout the na tion, as hnd the same cwirsc with Governor Dc- sh:t in Kentucky.--Cmigres & the American p'c would ndopt noac of the J ck.oa amr.i Iru :nt ; ft then, (s did D.tshi,) Jtfk-jon conclud.-! it coil be broken.' .Icn-ctlio violttionj of oir treat ce with the Indian7, lha th.?is poe-He'siotis mijbt fall a prey to the speculators of bin party. The stripping of the poor rcrnuint of the ttbori t;Iiiicof Aiiieric!i,woal 1, b iwevcr haveansere l b it little ir-o 1 to Kendall sn J comnanv. h rl the Bank of tlw United State? ontin ie J. Tin 1? iVk i was solvent: it wo aid (like the Biukof Keni-jc- ky,) lend m n2V oalv tosdent mei. Tae Kitch- ca Cabinet spceilator.-, of which Mr. Ken ml was the centre, were generally inso vent, and coai p.sjd of imn as desperate in fortune as they were in character and principles. 1 o obvi Ue this dih- c ilty, nothing less wo il 1 do than what Kendal! did in Kentucky, which was to destroy tne solv ent banks, from which solvent men alone co ill borrow, and to substitute it with ins ! vent banks, from wbidi the insolvent and the prostitute ot toe party coald be accomaao Jatd with tho means to cnr fs the public lan Is. Amos's project was to put the United States B ink oat of existence, place the pubKc revenue in icb Stato intitations as would prostitute themselves to execute vie 3 by loaning money to his friends, who had asseiatcd thcfucIC3 into cornoinics to buy the public do mains extending from Washingt n inlo every st ite in tin Union. Tii i project was too revolting to MiLan?, rnl In wisrc nivcd to make way forUian?, who, like Am ad's new court, was todaid pcrfr:n all p ir:ic in ney was ren icrcu acccssiuic i arn s and his frienli. In this it seems Amis f.iiljl; tho ou?rjge was to great fr Duano's nonrc--. Kvcn the flattery and cunning of Amos and his Cnnpe2r Ke;ilcii M. Whitney, seconded with, first the sruilos and proorscs of reward from Pic -dent Jackson, and then his frow.i aal his threats, co ild n t force him to do the f ral dc I. L'k j tho assass n sent to the dungeon to despatch Marin?, who, when he beheld his august vietiin cachaincd ati 1 imprisoned, with his we ip n of death in ban 1, shrunk fram the crime, exclaiming, A;I c mnot kill Cains M mus." The sacred ermine of Justice, tin sulcndor of a foreign mission, the golden pros pects from the perpetual and lasting friendship of rrcsjcleiit Jackson a friendship that never tail ed toimke the"fortunc of his favorite were all bcSre him but they would not all d . Ai;io:, h nv ever, fo in I in Mr. Taney a much cxier puljcct fir his chemi.-try to act iipn. Tin olficc of a Chief Justiceship was too powerful an argument far him. Tho bargain is struck D lane is rem -ved, and Taney performs the act. From thi3 act, tho mmey of the nation has flowed in'o the hands of those banditti of speculators thit have i?s icd in swarms from th 3 metropolis, and with it public property has been acquired by them to the am aunt almost of countless millions. The distribution bill however, overtook these speculators in a luck less hour. By it these pet banks, that have been so pr f isc with the public funds, are made to ac count for the deposit is. This bill would havo failed, as did the rcntsw.d of the bank charter, but that it passed j ist bcfrc M". Van Boron's election, and Amos feared that if he made Jackson veto it, the spoils candid ite mhrht be vetoed himself. Its passage was con sidered by the party as a death blow to the golden dreams of wealth among the members of tho kitch en cabinet, growing out of thoir speculation in the public lands. They saw that the st ites would de mand a renewal of tliedistributioa act from year to rear, nntff "Tne" iierio-rfixerT" fbrthe reduct'on of the tariff arricJ, and that consequently they, the kitchen cabinet and their friends m ist either roturn hard money to the banks,or do as they did i i Kcntiicky,comcoutbankrupts,an I settle with the pet who had loaned them, at 6J cts, on the dollar, that Imjui the rate paid by Blair of the kitchen cabinet of Kentucky, to tha banks of Kentucky. In this dilemma Mr. Kendall caused the Presi dent to issue what is termed tho Treasury Circu lar, prohibiting the collectors of the receiving any thing but gold and silver in payment for the pub lic lands. This order il was believed, would put an tuT.ctual stop to the purchase of Ian Is from the government and throw all buyers upon the mercy of the land companies that were debtors to thede nosito bank-. How fir Mr. Kendall ha3 suc ceeded by this illegal and unwarranted stretch of power on the part of Gen. Jackson, in forcing tho lands of tho: speculators upon the buyer, by keep- in' those of the jrovcrnmcnt out of the way ofom . - - .... petition, can never be known tot tie puuiie. ii.it all know that he suddenly brought bankruptcy up on the country, and ruin on the credit ol the na tional and state stocks. When this individual succeeded to the confi dence of General Jackson, the states were free of debt ; the nation was fast redeeming itself from the debt of the war; the state banks, limited in power, were solvent ; the bank paper of the United States was not only good, ns a currency, but the best cur rency in the world. But through his influence c vcran infituatc 1 old man, tho idol of the profli gate of the nation, he has forced into existence every wncre mrougurji u.c loniio-i owies, it:- tuck v in 1S 17, based noon fi:titi us capital, and ..UM, ... ... ...... . j tlicrcby flooded the country with paper; so that instcalofthc solvent currency Ja kson fjun l ia circulation, when he came into power, the states have been forced into a state of indebtedness, as well as individuals, that threatens alike the states and the people with one general wreck. But while this wo.k of ruin his loecn progressing a mong the states anl the pcopto at large, fortunes have been amassed by the minions of executive pa tronage. I'xti-avag in'e h is increased in the pub lic expenditures until they amount to nearly forty millions annually; members of Congress are alike bright and sold in the executive mirkot house, and the whole revenue an I resources of the coun try have been directed to the corruption an 1 pol lution of the elective franchise, in subsidizing the press and in the organization of corps of otticc hun ters and otfice holders, with meins to carry our c Icctiona by bribery an 1 falseh ool. Such is the wrctchc! pict ire of tho nation at thid mment chi'-oits to tho uiiaJ of every im- partial observer. An l while Kendall exerts the power over Van R iron that he cli I ovcrJjckson, things can bat pro-jress tr.om bnlti worse. At one time I ho.oeJ tliat .in lijrcn htvm3 been iron- cra'Iy associate I with do -cut nun. wo ild h tve a nat ural I Ktthincr for s ich men Amos Kern J ill and Rculocn M. Whitney that his scne ofde- ccnc)-, united to hi sense of d ity, wo ild in luce him to expel them frrn mc? and his presence, and I confess that I am still not altogether with out hope that Mr. Ken Jail's crimes against tho people of the Unite I iSt-ite" havo neir'y reach ed the point when the new "President wi.Irin lit necessary for his own safety t discard him; but this hope is grcaty weakened f.-jm the fict that ho still retains Kendall in his eibinet, and has si ded with Kendall anl Butler against the rest of his cabinet to pcrpctu-tc the curse of the infa mous and destroying T.-aos jry Circular, oa the American people. Hsre you will ask m?, if M. Van Biren shall continue tho system of bribery and corruption car ried on by and throughout the admiration of Jack son if he shall, as Jackson did, use the public money an ."the whole patrontga and power of tha government, to cor.'jpt the press, and to bribe the people with their own money, to forge chains tb. themsctves, and the people shall take the bribe and sustain the corruption 3 in power where is the remedy? I answer nowhere. But I will ncv crdespair of my country. I siy then let tisnev- I rr Slirrnirfcr ruiisicl vcr nrtcrtnrrx lo lh -rrcii-ilit.- pco-IUtr, but while wc have the wcipoa of the ballot lm.u;c it- We murt I c nr. mred to meet and I licar pr.-c"iti n and opprcs.-s vuiile tyrany an-1 corruption prevail. But there should be an iiii?onrrMmin. v;ar wajcd by every honest :ma, oaiii. t c.triuption and in favor f the Con stitution. IfjUr. an Uarcn snail persevere in j the co'iiscof ticneral Jackson, in violating the U n-tituii-n and sultstit'.iting bis vviilOr the law jf the I ml ; ilhe h ill draw from the drc-gs of cor- rnpu - n his cabinet alvier.', and to pour wealth u on tin woniiicfs i-ivorncs, regor.ucss oi me publw suffering?, the liae between Whig and Te rr wil! son be drawn; and I repeat it again that all honest men ought to array themselves oa the side of law and order, resolved to be free, and nev er to cease their opposition until they expel the j tyrants and restore the Constitution. j To effect thi, the people are competent, and the people must be appealed to as the fountain of all power. The chivalrous and dauntless of your countrv; the vounrr, and vigorous devotees to free dom fdiould fidl the chamber of Representatives in Congress, and those of the States; the fathers, the old and the ravc should attend to the elections, and my word for it, the mass of corruption and the host of tyr mts will be soon dissipated before the pipularwil'. Yes, rely on it, that the men that arc to lr jak through thH hydra tf corruption, must be tin young m ui of thcland. They m ist be in t'ae seas n of li e when freedom and hope to them ',s one and tho fame thing; not old men, groaning un Jcr the weight of year.j, ors-ighing far domestic peace: not candidates, for j idgcship?, colloctor t'hi s, secretaryship?, or Presidentships. The ps tr.o'ic band ofinvinciblcs against the corruptions of the present and past administrations, must be mainly cooporcd of men above the flattery ofhopc or the pre sure of fear from the Executive. Such a corps wiil be foun 1 chiefly to consist of men, who next to their co mtry, estimate their seats as members, an 1 their f uncus patriots in the popu lar branch of their government. It was such a II mse of Representatives that expelled Kendall from office and pat the orruptionists to flight in 1S2". Keep your House of Representatives fill el with such men, and your State is always safe. Let this nation form one Congress of such men, and my word for it the work is done. I am, myself, now past the age when any man should think of entering the House of Rcprcsen- t itives of the U. States in times like these, I feel t r sensil ly that I coul 1 do but little good, were I eicclc I, and that il is therefore my duty to give place to more youthful and vigorous intelligence. My fii jnds wh have thus callc 1 upon me, have o- jmtod inv canacitv to serve them: at least, 1 thiak they have, and therefore for their good, for my country's good, I decline becoming a candi date for Congress. In doins so, I wish it not to be understood that I mean to leave the struggle to other'. Very different is my determination have reached a time of life when I can only wish to be serviceable to my country, and my family. Born and rai-ed in the West, I love no country liko the West. It is the conntry wherein rest the Ikmics of my ancestry, where mv children were born and where I expect to die. But I wish to hand it over to mv children, free and un corrupted as it came to me from my fathers. My friends and neighbors then may rest assured that I will be with them at oir elections, and mv mite sha'l never bo wanting to restore to the consti tution and laws their supremacy, by the expulsion of corrupt men from office, and in supplying their places with those who arc worth v to till them, Respectfully, R. WICKLIFFE. 1 113 foil awing hiofh comohment was pai l to Mcthodi-m, by the great Fox, in his Finsbury lec tures: Tho first circumstance which I think op erated to the amelioration of the poor in this coun try (England) was the rise of Methodism; and this was a heart stirring influence. Whatever flaws a severe critic may find in the supposed aims, or real proceedings of John Wesley, there can be no doubt that he deserves to be classed a mong the benefactors among the mast illustrious benefactors of this nation Ntrvtr wat of Hhavi.tb. Wo frequently bear of your two and three per-cent-a-month chaps, but ncvr recollect hearing of a better shape linn the following: A dealer in ashes and grease, (and of course a slippery tellow,) went to the house oi a widow and (inquired it he had any grease an ashes. "learme, yes," siitthe good woman, "you're jest the man I want to sec." Saving which, fhe conductc 1 him to her receptacle of grease, which was a large iron pot, and directed him to weigh it. After he had emptied the con tents into his wagon, he stated the result as fol lows. "The pot and tho grease weighs thirty- two pounds; the pot eighteen, and the grease fourteen the pot weighs tour pounds more than the grease, therefore there will be ninepence com ing to me. Dcdham ratnot. Spanish Girt atTrevf.no Whenever I was in a picquct at the hill top, I used t pass the time in observing the movements of the peasant cirls em?irtVC in carrvin;r up hodso mortar to the re dolll)t (j wcre aijovc so years of afje, and sev era I of them strikingly handsome, with fine tlivo carnation complexions and large sparkling eyes shaded by long, dark, and pencilled eyebrows. It ccrtainlv moved my heart to compassion to sec them filling the hods with their delicate fingers and toiling up the steep ascent with a plow but e laf tic stop. Nevertheless they appeared to work and, aware of the fruitlessncss of resistance, sub mitted to it with the greatest cheerfulness, ever and anon startling tho mountain echoes with merry peals of merry laughter. Sometimes one would pause, and, resting the hod on her kn til - . t j anu looKing up wim an air oi gooa-uunvu vcxa tion, say, sucha trabajo, poprecita, (much work, poor little things.) until disturbed by the clamo o is demand of the Spanish senrcnt for barro, barro (mortar.) Occasionally, after emp tying their hods, two or three gathered together ia a kn it, gosf i oping with one another, or with tlii S:oin:sh s jliicrs at work, and on thr first nn- j proach of tho serpent, would start off to their (!uty witj, tiic ppcec ot- lirrhtnin?, jjking him en his severity as they passcJ. At s:m:ct v. hen the bule from the town ; sounJoJ a cessation of labor, the signal was j hailed with bud shouts of delight, that mocked : lnc clearnC5S Gf tho notes, floated up the vallev ; ; -j thr.owin.Tfl -.own thr-ir imnWenis. tl.ox- A-. ted down the mountain-side with scrcams-of lauirh- ter, playing such joyous gambols by the side as were a pleasure to behold. The Xcw York Courier and Enquirer ofyer tcrday remarks, It airrds us pleasure to say, that the rumor of General Jackson's having a draft protested ia this city, or of his losiitg a large sum of money by the failure of Ycatniah. Wo-xl &l Co., of Nashville, or in any other way, is utterly with out foundation. We have seen a letter from the old General, in which be says, that for twenty years he has not drawn a draft ujoon any person whatev er; that he is in no way responsible to the amount of a dollar, for any person or pcrsons,exccpt for the purchase of two or three slaves by his adopted son ; and that all the rumors in relation to his drafts, his endorsement?, and his losses arc cntirelv false and without the shadow of foundalicn in trutn. ' Ciiauiiissioners have been ajop-ointol by the government of Texas to proceed to this cintrv for the purpose of cficetinj a loan of $3,009,000. Flour barrel. in Piltbiirj i.- down to four dollars per JI ST FROM THE CITY OF NEW YORK. FR.KMN THORPE, Main j-trceT, two doors east of !oj Hotel. RESPECTFULLY infnas th? pub lic Mat h bal rfcivea Iro;n .c York, in a-tililioi to bi frtr.er slvk. sh as Hold and Silver Paisnt Iv-ir, I Lepiiie Ac Tiaio Wtchr mad Vtrh Materia!; F11.C rcnknip and Ua- ors; a fi.i assortne.it ol Hrean I i.t, I Finsr &. Ear Kin; Rritiaaia Ware, in selH; Casio.-s, &.e. &,c. a 1 Ait asvortmsot ofCiliLPRiN'sToi-'s : All ol' which he of- fers lor sale oa reasonalili t?rms. N. It. Clwis at! w atrhes of every de'Cripli'vi carefully rpiret ami warranted fo.-ona year (excep; wooden clooks.) MitlUematical am! survfying instrument repaired. Spec- lacls glaes fittej to olJ framr?. C-ouruy a.ad corporation sfnl, ir n:vJ tru.ik platji engraved, oa Lie suo.tcn noiicj. Rk-hoN-d, Ajr :i T, 1 S37. 1 u T11EASUUY CIRCULAR. Ti lO-E indebtsd to t'i3 Hi!-ribcr by note or book a-- rou.it will please call soon and seitie he same. .May fci, 16J7. II. 5. llAJllL.lt.i3i. Mew Boot and Shoe Jlaiiuf actory. JUST raeivini a la-ire ami c;naral assortment of Boou. Slioss and Broan, whirh we offer l wholesale or retail, oa is mot acrotfimo-iatms; terms- touatry inercianu are particularly inntsd to call, as oar stork eottsists of almost ly arucre in us aaoe l jjp, arn wan saierieo mr tneir acroiumodatiort. CO ALE &. HAMILTON. Ap.il 22itJ, 1837. FAINTS, ic White fad in Oil, " " Dry, Red Lead, lamp Black, Spanish Brown, Oil, &.c. &c. Iitliar.-', Jut rei'sived an ! for IUV1N REED. SiH Lots by Kicuoiono, May lj, 133. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. rXIfE partinrship h-renfors exiotin beween E!mtiid ' 1 rover, AchiiU'S W ill iam!,&. James R.'Mcndenhall in t', Riciimonb Fou.uiav, under the firm of K.(JROVKR,& Co., is dissolved by iiititntil conssnt. Tho businesj of the old urin will be s; til id by the new one. EDMI ND G ROVER, ACHILLES WILLIAM?, J. R. MENDENilALL. Thn busimw will in future be conducted tiy Edmund, Ira and Jovph (Jrorer, under tiie style of E. Grover &, Broth ers. i ho.ie indented to tiis firm of I Grovkk &. Co., are earnestly, but respectfully requsstad to settle tlioir accounts wit.iout dolay. L. GKO Ell & LiKOTIIERS. Blay 4tb, 1837. IStf RICHMOND FOUNDRY. WE have a pood assortment of CASTINGS on hand which we will warrant; and are now making STOVES of the very latest an 1 most approved patter xs, warranted to stand and give satUlaction. As stork last seavon was not to be had constantly, we wara unable to kesp up a good assortment of Stoves and Castings; but our arrangamenlsare such this season as lo avoid that difficulty, we therefore in- ta our old FRiKis and ctstomers to call ai ses for themsrtve. E. Grover will give his personnl attention at all liinas to our ca-.t-omers our arrangements will enable him to be constantly at the olfice. K. GROVER &. BROTHERS. May 4 th, 1837. lgtf w OOL!! WOOL!! The suliscril.er will pay, the coram' saason, irotn to 5(J cents uei pound for in i.nnoi vvmoiji.iai nas Deen wen washed, either on the sheep's ba:k or in the tub; no other kind will le pur chased. WM. BANCROFT. Glex IIopf, 4ih mo. 1st, 1837. 13tf 200 fairs thick BOOTS, beit nuslitv: For sale bv CO ALE &. IIAMI LTOX. Richmoxo, April 29, le)37. 13tf STOVE, COPPER Si. TIX WARE Mann factor y TOIIN MOFFITT Jc Co hare slabluhed the-aalv i th Town at Richmond. Tv arn rm, Turn. m the old stand of John Moffitt, a fe doors east of the llank, lori M3illJ"s'" .'innuuitiuiiii- civil, rJopper, Sheet iron, and Tin H are, in all its various branch es. 1 h?y mteu'l to seep on band a general assortment of Cooking, Tex ahi Seven Plate STOVES; also, a gener al assortment ol H.i AKr, which they will disposa of on as reasonable tarms as can be bought elsewhere. Mkrchaxts and othors from the country, wanting any of the above articles, are solicited to give them a call. Johx Moffitt, JanesE. Lake, Gi;stavcs E. IIat.nes. ft$N. B. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in exchange. Richmond, April 1st, 1837. 13tf PLiC Tai" t!ck BROGANS, at wholesale or r.-til, fj W J by CO A LE &. II A M I LTON. May 7, 1337. 2!tf Wortliinsrton & Rnmirv. Wholesale a rovers and stealers is Wuwi.La. qaors, shoes, &c. So. IOO Mail street, between Fifth and Sixth streets, Cincinnati, Ohio. ARE now receiving their spring supplies; consisting of 675 bag? Rio Coffee, 75 bags Hav'a Green, do., chests Young Hyson Tea, 'Jl half do. do. do. :0 half Impe rinl, do., 30 131b. tioxes, ilro., 10 half chests Gun I., do., 59 131L). boxe-i, do. do., 40 hhd?. N. O. Sugar, 50 boxes b.-own Ha. do., GO boxei white do. do, 50 bbls. Ixoaf do., 75 bhls No. 3, .Mackerel, l -'O kes No. 1, Ky., and 11$ kej Va. To bacco, 87 boxes do. Cavendish, 110,000 Spani-tli "igars. WlNo.s. 7 pipes Tort Madeira, Lisbon, 30 hslf pipes Tenerilfr, Champaign, Claret, 120 rjr. casks Sherry, Sainos, Sicily, Madeira, 20 boxes mu3ca:, and Malmsey. 25 half pipes Cogniac Brandy, 6 pipes Hol land Gin, 2 pipes Jamaica Rum, I pipe St. Croix do., 30 bbls Teach Brandy, 30 bbls A merican do., 10 bbls do. tiin, 40 bbls do. -Sweet Wine, 20 bales Almonds, 25 barrels I'ilbtjrt', 72 bags Madeira Nuts, 300 boxes Raisins, 100 doz. pointed Buckets 90 cases Boot and Shoes, Tog-'ther with every oih?r article, usually kept in a Grocery Stor ;; which will be sold as low as at any other house west of t!is mountains for Cosh or approved p.iper. Cincinnati, April 22, 1837. J. V. BORDE., Notary Pnblir, and Conveyancer, Richmond, Wayne co. led. Having received the appointment of Notary Public, is now ready to take the acknowledgements of deeds of conveyance, mortgages, &.c. He will also draft written intruments in a.i ae.-urate and neat manner. Office on Main street, op-31-tf posite the Branch Rank. August 8th It 35. JI ST ItKCKIVK!, roit sals THREE PAIR 1U RR M l LIaSTOXES. Persons wishing to purchase will do well t-3CS.ll soon and get choice. G. & C. MEXDEXilALL. Bargain in Cheap (wood. FLEMING &. ADDLEMAN, announce to their cus tomers and the public generally, that they have added to their former assortment of GOODS, the entire new stock of Aaron Gregg, who lately opened store in this place. Their unit? ! stocks form an assortment not surpassed by any in this part of Indiana, and having lately been selected at the lowest eastern price, can lie offered oa the best t.-rms. The variety is so extensive and general, that it would be useless to name articles. larcha"ers are rsqu?sted to call and ex amine fur thrmeivas at ths fjstnre room in Vie eastern jxirt nf Uie new three ttorg brick braiding, nearly opposite ti It. lirighiwell's, Main sireet; whnre all the usual articles in ths g oods lim can be obtained of the best rpiIity. All kinds of Country produce taken in exchange at the market prices. KK-imosrs Feb. 10 1837. lGif Xcw Cabinet Establishment. r I IIE ulidersigned having entered into partn-rhin, with 1 the intention of carryi.ig on theCABINET-MAKING Bt SIX ESS in all its branches, are now prepare 1 t-o fur nish their friends and the public with all articles of Furni ture, made of good material' and in a good manner. They design keeping on hand an assortmen t of parlor and com mon furniture; bedsteads, 0 different patterns; tables, side tblc, a .id stands of various styles; side-boards, sccietaries, itc. T'nri 5Lre confident in assaring those who wish articles in Cm ir line of business, that tioey can and will accommo date as well as any shop in the place. Q-AXV quantity of seasoa-fl lumber suited for their osr, w il! be purchased, lor which tVr will give rah or fur niture. WATSON J. DUNCAN. Rk b.p, Feb. 2. 137. THE su!-riber has .mst received a large quAnlity Spectacles of d.ffertat and alrrtot crerv otalitv, a a-1c Msv 7. Is. 2'tf rRUTECTIO FROM FIRE. HAVING btSea appoiniel AgM of (r "HaxtfoH lVra Lwiraoce toinpy,' the sob-criber is now ready tt griii poltci-s of inraiti- 10 all perno, who wisil jj,e projierty iaiu:e t aaiast lass or daaia by fire. TtlrJ coin ay Kr which be is acdii Kao of tha wnl thiest a.id mtost se iiv in Via cownlry, kl xhfy pie Igs themsetres that thou wbo traanct baiittess wSo Ota com pany shall b-s treated in the most liberal taaa.na, tfj a( losses shall bs a'tjii-nsl with I'airitess an t pro atituda Persons w ishia; to provide aajast the coatinge- ol a. hni of thnir proprny by this destructive) elemeat are reiu-,,! to call at his olh-e in Kobsrt MorriOrts osw buiMiit. whers ths terms of uisarance will be made known an l i:iaiso that caa be ptcpaieu, aai mar to ward wnk policies granted. i'ommunirations by letter (post lai(i) will be proaipUy and chaerfully attended to. JAMKS W. IU.IRDEX, Autarr. Richmond, In iiana, January 1st, 1837. FREE TRADE and MECHANICS RIGHTS. f I HE suUscritiers hario entrel intoC-o-partiiership uiv J der tie firm of Swain, i. Co., lite pleasure in inform ing tiie coiniiiunity tnat they have errctai a coimnodious Machine Shop, near the ftichiuoiid Foundry, A. are now ready to give prompt atte.uion to all orders for Carding and Spinning Machines, Turn in- Lath, or any kind of ma chimry ; as also for t4irnin either in wood or iron of any descripuon. flavin employed first rate workmen, they with confidence (in their ability and dispositions t- please t'oeir cust oinsrs ia qualities and prices) aak rtatronage from a generous public. JOB W. SWAIN, JONAS ;aar, ABEL, TIKMtNBURY. Richmond, Jan. 1, 1S37. lif SIR K1HKL.IM), nny be fonm thronahout Ike casoi at tac old boardraral in Riclnnond. ANDERSON GRIMES. April 15ih, 1S37. 15tf From the "Now York Spirit of the Timet." COLT RACING, Avcusta, Georgia. i in. uz-jria papers iiirmsn us w itn ih r int sresting COLT -weep-siakes that lately came off, over the -"v" " inter, rjsa. in trie lower nrt .f mai cny, wnicn is over a mile Dy about 3U feat. We must pi iii.Mtt w imri wr a cornet and make it ai mile. oa I. "V 2.!"" ".,r 3 y coit. r ws., k lines oi iu., luu, one mile out. Mr. James Levcrich's grey filler. Miss R.T...,.r w Sir KirUand, out of Highland Mary, (bred by Mr. Batii. ) 1 4 . . 1 Ir- l....l,.-.-. r. n a . . . . a ..... .,,.cy, sr, y Joll, Klchar(l3 oul of iany ..lorean s nam oy imported Expedition. . ) f .: ,,U,,,M n"rJy ry it alstafp, by Falstaff, 1 1 in. ioo sec, l rack heavy. r S van - . an. Eimoncson s niley came out two feet ahead, hut k aa anrak O ak 4 isarliava! a Iu I a ST "j"ft"' "ciong wo .il r. ivench inconse quence of ailedgad loul riding. To settle all disputes about ft Vk A a-nnrAW ak ! 1a. 1 a k- 1 . a . ... .,.,.tj, uv.ue uiq oeis maae, the parties have a jr.rsed tj run the same race again oi Saturday nest, all con ditions precisely as before. Oct. 21). Purse $300, entrance money $100 each ad ded ; lor Jy.. olds, t illies 87 lbs., mile out. M. S. Hammond's (J. Leverich'n) grey fuley, Miss Bath gate, by Sir Kirkland, out of Highland Mary, - 1 G.Edmondson's sorrel filley, lous, by John Richards of Lady Morgan's dam, by Imported Expedition, Gen. J. D. Thomas' bay Alley, Susan Johnso.v, by Sir Charles, dam by Imported Lucian, out of a Jay-bird mare, - 3 Time 1 m. 51 see. Won easily after a dose brush. Qf.'icTimE. The fillies started well together, lone taking the lead. On making the first turn, Susan Johnson ran against Mioa Bathgale, the shock throwing the latter' rider almo&t out of his seat. However, he recovered by dint of great exer tion, and soon got his filley in motion. He went to work with her at once, collaring first the one and then the other, beating theru both off, after a desperate brush, and came in ahead with something in hand. The winner was bred by James Bathgate, of New York, and sold 10 Dr. Leverich of Augusta. The above is the only colt ever trained got by SIR KIRKLAND, Rn t when you see that the fillev hns rn.i hr mile in 1 m. 51 sec, the same time as Munoc at the same 7T? iZ c ?" oy Jito. Kichards, sumI Hir USiD is not entitled to aome notice as m gntoTr wlnwera t DR. BRiNDRETIIs VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL PILLS, AN EFFECTUAL ASSISTANT OF NATURE. fTIIIESE Pills are ecommendnd bv thousands of nnr- JL sons whom they have cured of Consnmntion. txolds, Indigenion, loVspepsia, lleid-ache. Pains. ,,! - sense of fullness in tiie back part of the head, usually the symptoms of Apoplexy; Jaundice, Fever and Agu;, bil ious, typhus, yellow and common Fevers, of all kinds; Asth mi, Gout, Rheumatism, nervous diseases. Liver tVwti- s airHVIumouni, 'sweTred feat and legs, Piles, tsii veneas. all eruptions of the Skin, frightful Dreams. Female (Vn. plaints of every kind, especially Obstructions, Relaxations &.C. The subscriber havins received ths appointment as Ant for the above Mudicine, for the (Vmntiss of Favetm. Ifclaware, Randolp, Hancock, Henry, Madison, Shelby, Rus-i, and Wayne, would inform the public, that he at all time", will keep a supply on hand, either at Wholesale or Ketail: lie will, as soon as may be consistent, appoint Sub-Agents in all the principal towns within his limits. All communications for Agencies, ("post naid.l will !-.. prompt attention, and terms made know.i. JJ.H. JSn Apotlieary, llnicsist, or I'edler. ia authnrir.rf to sell Dr. Braudreth's Pills under anv circumstances. JAMES GROVER. Corner of Front and Walnut Streets, so'h of Main. (V5-C". W. Appleton ofCentreville, has been annointed ageni at that place, and also at Dublin, Wayne County. II' I . . o .0 . . - iiviciiiiioiki, April c, ioo.. Htl DR. RICHARD PRETLOW, RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of RicnoioD Ann its vici.mtt, that he has located himself in this place for the pnrpose of practicing Medic-ink and Stiauear, and solicits a portion of their patronage. (t-IlE may toe found at his office 011 Tear! Street, one door south of tiie Warner Building. Uicumomo, March 22d, 1837. 12tf MEDICINES, PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS, fcc. A GFsTEa.tr. AfisoaTMRST of all articles in the above line are now offered, cheaper than ever, at the old stand of Richmond, May 13, 1837. IRVIN REED. SPRING FOUNDRY. TIIE Subscribers having entered into co-partnership on derthe firm of I. E. Jones, &. tv., respectfally inform the public thai they have established a Foundry on the north side of Richmond, and are prepared to furnish all kinds of t Vtmgs witli dispatch, and ia the neatest manner. The will also turmsn patterns il wanted, on lair terms. I. E. JONES, JESSE II. IIIJTTOV. JOHN M. IHTTON. October 221. 1S36. 42tf MEN'S and Boy's Kip ami Calf Mosiaors; Ladies Kid, Calf ami Seal Si.rrrrae, Shoes, Boots and G a iTKts. For sale by COA LE &. IIAMI LTt N. Kichsond, April 29, 1837. - 17tf BOOTS AND SHOES. ALL kinds of BOOTS and SHOES made to order at the horist notice. Homemade Boots and Shoes, constantly on hand and for sale by COALE & HAMILTON. April -23nd, 1837. IXFIltMARV. ewi to the Afflict eel. fT! HE subscriber having made some arrangements for the accommodation of the afflicted, with lingering diseas es, informs the public that he is now- prepared to receive patients for the cure of their maladiei. Sura as are afflict ed with Palsy; r.pilepy; affection of the r,yes; Wens; hard Swelling and Tumors; StifT Joint, occasioned by toe nse of mereury, or RhWrnatie affections; Rheumatism; White Swellings, Dropsy; affection of the Kidney?; Kick Head-ache; Die Dolereax; Tetter or Ring Worm; pain and weakness in the Breast; St. Anthony's Fire; Liver Complaint; Pali pus; Cancers, and all other Scrofulus dis eases, all toco may be cured in m jcb less time and suffe ing to the patienls, by having them immediately nnler mJ notice. DR. WILLIAM A. BRL'v. rrT"hop oa Main, acar Front suceu 4 in mo. 22, 1837. " LEATHER! LEATHER!! JCST rcei-cd at their eetsioiWhmeflt oppw-i" the Bank, a general assortment of leather, coi' 1 11 CaltLinias, Binding .Skins. Also a large a-sortmeol ol Roowet leather and covering brdes. flm.'jl:" line will please give acall- CO ALE & HAMILTON. April ilni, 1837. - BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERBS, tr. rrlIE uro-lersic-vcd are now opening a quantity of super rcTirHSaaiCASlMERES ..ed pr May ithh, 1337. W. C cV. S. L. f OL LKlv. plaint, Pleurisy, inward weakness, depression of the Spirits, Kupuir.-s, inflammation, sore Eyes, Fits, Palsr, Dropsy, Small Pox, Msazljs, Croup, Cohs, Whooping tVough, Uuinsy, Cholic, t hoi era Morbus, l.rivel, Worms, Dysin-t-r-, Deafness, ringing nois3s in the Hr-ad, Kiiv's Evil, Ncrofula, Erysipelas or S?t. Anthony's Fire, Salt Kheum, hue rnvnllinrs. I 'leer.'. " -r - - n,.., AM I SPASMfMllC TINCTURE, O HWIIU'lCMI-T. U tt.s eaHk-iaa hasbeta prauwraxi wiik n-mt tt ths euti ol tatailia ia whica hm moM miiM'.t -JT-" 1 r i . V. . a : i i POaw aI u- it with the most perfect aafrt, al a,ta aJT-J? dent isvtiKi CtA it, mill aH relief ) ra-! tae ln lard remedies fail. The proprietor, K-fc j' it t o i: p jblie, has takes ereasioa t rotrtre distintiished r4rstriafU of Virgiaia, toy) wirt anariaiJ speak of all the variotrs na rw ami ntttoort ta rftt.-. cine i JJ uoose mat Know in ro-npoomat paru, ka nored il ona of lbs very bit eitunrtottai tw the fcjal iy, as well ith ths new born haho, as the tana af is tV " 1 sen. it tnose IMt urn it arj mnt aaiiafeaa) y best remedy lot the disease her eases 01 ciMren liat v.. w" , ,v. i ,T. . a . J rilll'IVH a,'ra v t,a SMaaw an naaf) tressed. ' n1VUed fc-.er.mr- whX cans, produced 1 idic, ,n . ATTMrrvlrl nut ul 11 ii-uh- mv r ik. Te t ' , . vecircucaetaacee wua a. fect safalv an-l Mm lM.au.ftf tx . .. . " ... 'a ..... ""e pwmic may roe L '1 sa I I M A III IVne etaubli. . . ' l'i"- may oe aaaaaaj I irwtiirev or Mother's CnialaiL i rigid aMerictifie .tensive (phy-Haa,,,) rruiioajK ......v. rk lllllIJ J in li'mil. shit nm n.i :. L U. . ' 1 . """: , . 1 -inir vaacttCS ' - s 1 hey recommend the dco-eto be from on. 1,,' ,J spoonfuls every half hour, for a ervw. n. .:-W. lorts-ness of the bowels, or m.ii.. .- Jr?1 old. la every case, if the first rf.au. U . :.TT very stiort time. It is not unpleasant It. take. It is best for families to keep it by them, id ooas any of the above dioeas-s make tli. -pp , How many bsjies may bs kept plump during uta - iiiauTt. giving a lulls in time, that otherwise m alt waste awataZ die under the agonizing cara of the doting ami watchful aav er. Parsons travelling when th.y are likely t.0 tw-,Mn.(A, fc led by a change of wu, cbould uwndl tarn wta ftaa. a l-mtle, as ona spoonful -ill at once rectif My -i-r-iali. 1 produced. Price, 1 Dollar per tontde. For nU(JX wood and Robertson, or the proprietor at the America i boraiory, Petersburg, and ia all the principal luwae Ma United States. IT To the President of ths Vnit-d !kat, togaHher witli 4 People at large, and to Mother particularly. , w Your attention is im itsd 10 one of the moat valuable Mafe ical Discoveries that lias ever been made ia this, or pernafa any other country. To sate the necessity of coming befaa you with a list of certificates to nrovetha talue cine, to fortunately discovered, the single names of Ihj. F.Xjl Mettauerof Petersburg, Va. and his letter, Ingotnar ' I Thomas Shore's, P. M. of the saiua place, (m Alfred llufja ! F:si. P. M. tliarleston, S.C.) are i.rtsrnied. ! kwa I standing of the Doctor in Virginia, as a med ical arm n, aa4 ( gentleman and the notoriety of Mr. SIo, as being oa a.: nong, if not the best putilic olbcor in the United jttatea, tlav whom no one as a genilemaa can stand higher, will bea-1 ! hcient to induce aiy, aafl ail, to emuace the lirnl opportaav ty to secajre a portion of the Anli-Spa nrotic Tiaoctura,aj Mother's eonofurt. No name that the proprietor coaW e4al lo the puiMic would give more confidence than the alax 1 he proprietor regaros nimseii as navingilone all tastdety n. J his fellow men, and a trong desire fthai should tie lifaN breast of all) to relieve the eufferinge in the lanit, thai O to be expoctsd of bim, except to proceed, as fast as be caa,f 1 1 supply tne many large orders tbat are already before bia,aa ! to Do ready lor all tnat may come. All aurti iirectaj a. the American laboratory, Petersburg, Va. post paid, w s be attended to in due time. , If Congress hall buy the right, with a view of anakiat k ' public to the people of the I'niled States, and the weriij the proprietor will lie most hapy in knowing thai lb never received a greater benefit at the hands of tlirir srsntalives. Kesiiecuully subinittod by the liroprielor at ml.. American Laboratory. ;.' I fcTKRSBUKU, Uei-. 1st. lOJio. J., Pa.TkRsauec.Sent.S3ih. IftK H Dr. F. J. MmDm, Dear Sir: I send you a letter from Charleston, west highly respectable bouse, in which you will ace, laey aMka a special and anxious inquiry about tiie Anti-Spaaaalit Tincture, or Mother's Coinfmt. "As an act ofnumaaty the inhabitanu of Charleston, as well as others in the tat cms. ail ihis anJ othair ritminii.itiM iIaia ...TrTfte ' neeu 01 ooing more Irian simply oflermg it fur MM. I at apprised that physicians g-neratly are opposed tn lanNiiiej ding of madicines not prepared toy Uoemaalves. But aa have been made acouaintsd with all the part, mod proaa . : a - l . ' . a 1 . uciiia vi which .tic 1 mriurw is rirnipncu. aiwi k yaaj aava used it with such delightful neeest, and you knew athet physicians that have done the same, and thai syoaa f tltt the very highevl terms I ask you in the name of aan tall sufferers ol South Carolina, and particularly of CharleaMa. instate how, and for what disnases this medwriae should h taken. Should you not feol disposed to comply witblhtf M quest, let my ftelingi for the sudWings of my laolhow citina, plead my excuse for this application. I aiu anaioaa loseal thetn a large box, by the mornings boat. With great regard 1 am your obedient servant, " II. II. MONTAGUE. : rLTCRSBvau, Sept. 2Jih 1636. " 11 Sir: I received your favor of tins mornirr. an.l have at say that the situation in which our aomhern fellow ciltze are plunged by the fatal prevalnnre of Asiatic Cholera li' their midit, and in sinrere sympathy witli them leaves aw! no hesitation in doing all my humble t x?rtmns can accea. plishin lessriiing the fatality of dial terrible disease lltera. fore, I lo most willingly comply with your request, to add mtj testimony to the many others that might be procured, were M deemed necessary, as to the decidedly le notorial c Berts af your Anti-SpasmfKlicTin-ture,or Mother's Comfort. Tm medicine was used in Virginia during the prevalence 01 m cholera, and in every case that came under my obaervefiaa, with the most entirely succ-raful result, wb restored teaui used (oerseveringly, lefore the stale of collapse had ensue 4, rsia TeisLof the medicine, will, 1 ittur aei.ii.vr,b iu ar.sT recommendatHon. It has HcaeroruaK, and will, I tatna, accomplish all it raosiucs) 1.1 thk tiiscara MB W ill. II TOO ADVCaTISR ITS t RC. The dose, haWan oj.i.-e, or a laree table anoonful. auut repeated every fiftceaininatfii, or half an hour,'till voamliaf or loosciuss have been utxlud. And if tliu drne giteu should be rejected by Ilia staaMarh. whirb i maMiaM. though rarely the case, it should instaaulv. au.1 in evcrrcaat be repeated, till it is retained. Many casaajuill require IB use of pretty full doses of calomel, nriium, mitQ aanphor, a auxiliaries, and cannot be disicnseii with. I bare rMsafff t'ouii'l Iriction, ana tne usual hot applieauojs disajtvi ous, and have been in the habit of keeping the patient eratcly covered, and the room ventilated. These are the result of personal observation, during the of cholera here, and if tbev have tioe affect to em out aft use of your medicine, 1 feel trare ths result will prove tkatft has no ordinary claim on the public attention. - Very spec tfully, your friend, ' , FRANCIS J. METTAl'EB, M. f. ; Post Orrirr, PTrasti'ao,tlct. 1st, I83. Mr. Atrtrollijur. P. M.Charleiton. S.C Dear Sir: Doctor F. J. Mettauer, of this place, bus called iinnii bv Mr. Montane for a letter, in wbrra be I mends the Mother's Comfort, in all cases of Toolera. Eatira confidence but ha ulaeed in anv atatement the doctor uHf give on any subject. He is a phystciau of mu:h skill and ....I k.a rmr-',mrA It. lhl MWU With CrCS I OTt My be.iefis, that the radicine will recommend itself. I. consider it a valuable medicine, and have no kwrbt of Its I ing a certain remedy in affections of ttrs bow, vtrrw j pectfully, your obedient servent, , 1 THOMAS SHORE, P. M. "I never yet did know philosopbir Wbo could bear the Tootn-a-he iliently." Much ado about notliiog. MONTAfiUE-J BALM. ........ 1 r 1. aV A sovereign a.1'1 intaiui.ie reneoy ior ue immwi-i an effectual preservation tVor the Teeth. Price "t f In offering this invalualile Balm so th pol.lu!. f I icausof iu efficacy might be given, whit " j newspaper Corbid publiaiiiac, and which-T eeaabj; ea ing at the agents, but we invite the pnc xn V' ing proof of iualnoi-rmcuiousr,7rCT,w relieve thw passi r.n 1 .,- t ,u .v,. Af-r-ie it a trial wssi ue other remedies have fciledrne"S"7" r. .. Zi to 11 direction given och bottle,; an i let 11 ..rw;i.w. -aCTJ KuflScaittosaythatiu .urfef ,.v.. u u.t tailed in a ainele iostaace. It used after all dc"1 operations. Weeding, asod sjoungypa. ota teeth, acwKT, 4c,li decidedly tiiu tWT .. ... .covered, and sboald be used ei a bruus sasouaw of any pour's or htaice roataiaiog, or tiaat caa . a- Ti,nmrtlrm nf rit it IS amkeu of witli UflU in'niwi - - . . ., . ai aa prais and all who have use-l it bavu laid rBdies offered asclensers of the mouth and purrufr f treaUt. For al at th Drug Stove of Pr"i-kt Ar Kwin.Catrrvill: also n every tuwa m An atdan t .k.. I Htmtim b mrmaf acents. AO R.l. will nA-rir ait- 1 1 on if a.Wresed Ca M. I anl. CinelauaaLti. who is General agent for tSe y country. " . - - - BIaECDIXG TOOTH-DRi Wi, BY JOHN SOUFFRAIJTs Who WI ic Irs a share of patronage tVosa.tso -ia a. ..aaAkuaul suait fraMTt At th If Wtl ; :,i,tTl. ,ra l!" l"nU receive ba k their no.. ! Vrw'1"1 Ulal " ' ('f ",, Ss) infallfld. Z Diarrra lVj, , vmrioMJ u .Hseaterr, IWr!? ly mg-, emaleVfo, thU , u Mother ColnrTt bacauM) it is tiie irhk... ; , L s r w iRUiTuiai kbt vnm aitaa im irom sis inronuM to two or three years old, r half v, rZ I I s.woonful. It may be given to the yoonrm infr I ' in the same proportions that paregoric is given, fmm 4 I ' (with as much water", lo the dose, for the chiM J .7 1 I ZZttZZm dabov. Mtim--east side. , MrutTf OOOf WANTED, a !rg vr.5LrSA? QL'ILIaS- A good p,ic w.I ''Ar"ie uarV b tiOlTFC AlN, . Cbasr Mauufactory, at Mm ; wet corm-r of Front and Main ' Jan. I, 1937. ,U ' f - Jy' I 4 I 1 (t It I I -"I t 4 if '4