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RESURRECTION, OK PBUUR PILLS. 5Zf In order that this valuable medicine should not be counterfeited, we hare a plat* representing a Per sian arena that is atrunk oa each bill. one of wkiab accompanies eauh Ik?x. We deem it unnecessary u? publish a long liat of Certihcaiea. aa they will neither add to, nor ditaimah the rirtaeaof this admirable cam pound. 5upert?r to the Hygtiaa, Brondreth's, Eoans < India* Pur gat it*, the Matchless (priced) Sanative, mr any other Pills or Compound before the public, at certified by physicians and others. 03"* Let none condemn them until they hare tried them, and then we are certain they will not. IT ia now a settled point with all who hare used the Vegetable Persia* Pilla, that they are pre eminenly the beat and most efficacious family Medicine that haa ret been used in America If every family eould l>? become acquainted with their Sovereign poteer over dis ease, they would keep them, and be prepared with a aure REMEDY to apply on the Hrst appearance ol'dis eaae. aad then how much distress would be avoided and money saved, as well as the lives of thousands, who are hurried out of time by neglecting disease in its taist stages, or by not being in possession of a reme dy which ;hey ran place dependence upon. G7A11 who wi?n to guard against tickneaa, should use the Persian Pilla freely when nedded; no injury can ensue if used from youth to old age, when taken ac cording to ike directions. The name of these Pilla originated from the circum stance ofthe medicine being found only inthe cen eterias of Persia. This vegetable production being of a pecu liar kind, led to experiments as to its medical qualities and virtuea. In half a century it became an established medicine for the diseases of that country. The extract of this singular production was introduced into some pans of Europe in the year 17 83. and used by many celebrated physicians in curing certain diseases, where all other medici ies had been used in vain. Early in the year 1792. the extract was combined with a certain veeetable medicine imported from Dura Baca, in the Bust Indies, and formed into pills. The admirable ef feci of this compound upon the human system, led phy sicians and families into its general use. Their loug established character, their universal and healing vir tues, the determent and cleans ng qualities of their ape cifical action upon the g'andular part of the system, are such .is will sustain their reputation and general use in the American Republic. Their operation is as sin Iu..tr as tlieit origin. Their effect upor the system is liferent from any other compound used in the materia mc .ica. which is more easily perceived by the patient than described. Their first operation is teaugment the natural peristaltic motion of the stomach anc bowels, enabling them to throw off those morbid contents, which, if retained, injures the organs of digestion, and satu rate! the blond with impurities. By their detergent qualities th-y CLEANSE THE BLOOD, promoting the actio* of the secreting and excreting glands; con sequently, filtering away its impurities, and rendering that fountain of health ami life pure and eq ual in its circulating flowing, (tike clear aud well regulated streams) to the extremities, which puts aa end to cold hands and feet, and all such diseases as arise from a torpid and inactive state of diseased blood. Impure blood, and derangements in the digestive functions, produce almost ail the diseases which afflict the organi xstiM.i of man. The Persian Pills cleanse the stoaiach from the cold and viscid phlegm which produces dis tress from taking food, and occasions pain aud uneaai nans at the pit of the sioimscm, conjestion of the chest, pain in the side, aud loss of appetite, or an unnatural craving tor food dullness, stupidity, uneasiness of the nervous system, fluttering of the heart, and coeiiveness. They likuwise neutralize the ascidtty of the stomach, being, in fact, ine best possible medicine for all the dif ferent stages of dispepsia, from '.he slightest symptoms to the Rinst confirmed cases. The Resurrection Pills, if tskrn according to the directions, will remove bilious affections, such as bilious fevers, fever ir.d ague, inter mittent and chill fevera, iultous cbolic, ciioiera morous, diarrhtca, jau ndice, dec. ali of which are produced from one source, a diseased and torpid state of the liver, producing send and unhealthy bile, which, instead ul' assisting, a? n should do. the digestive apparatus and producing a formation of pure blued, deranges tue aioinach and bowels, and throws the patient into tome ene of the above mentioned diseases?which,as they ail arise from the same cause, so they requite the ssine remedy or treatment?whieh is to destroy the cause of disease, by producing a healthy action of the liver, aad ? flow of pure bile?and this ma Persian Pills are ad mirably calculated to accomplish, ?y their cleansing the stomach aud first passages aud by thuir known spe cial operation upon uie glands of the human system, of w.licit the liver is the largest, and perhaps oertorms the m -st important functions. These farts being obvious to every observing mind, we have no fear in stating the Persian Piils te be the beat regulator of the dera uged system which has ever cone before the enlightened public, or ova p. sstbly be obtained. CERTIFICATES 1 certify that I beve, by way of experiment, used the Hygeian, and moat of tue varioua kinds ef Pills, in my piactice. which hare borne the highest repute in tne public eaumation, that have been offered for tale in this vicinity for the last tiveycara, inclnding these railed the lteaurrection or Persian Pilla?and the public may rest uaaured that none among the whole catalogue has answered a better purpose. at an easy and effectual remedy than the Keaurrectioa er Persian Fids, m Din?i rates of disease CHARLES BACKUS. M. D. Rochester, N. Y. Sept. 21,3437. The fallowing Certificates. with the above, go to show their hign studding arid character with I'tiysi ciana who have used them for a year past, in iheir prac | tire, and other* who have tried the inoal popular medi cine* of the day without bent til, but have been re stored to health, by using the Keaurrectiua or Persian Pills. Rochester, Sept. 24, 1937. Meaira E Ciuir A Company? 1 think it n y duty to let yo? know what a great cure your Pill* have performed o? me 1 bad been sick about 7 years?aboat 2 year* and a half renftned to my bed. I had been triven over at incurable, with coo sumption, by twelve physician* of Hie first standing ?my lung* were serioualy affe. led?I hah three ulcers gainer and break ; my cougn was dry and harah inost of tliu tune : my liver was tnarb swollen, and my sio Hitch vety dispeptic. 1 had chills, fever, and night sweat, accompanied by extreme irrilableuess of the Brrruu* syaieiu. and other difficulties which I forbear lo mention. After 1 was given over, 1 tried alinuet all medicines which were advertised, bat to no advantage, until I tried your Vegetable Per*.an Pills. 1 began to gain in a short time after 1 commenced taking tbem ;? and. lo be brief, before I look tbree boxes, I was able to ride out and take considerable exersise, and at this time i enjoy good health, and am able to do a fond day's work. II any one wishes a inure particular history of my suffering*, he may call oa me at the corner of Main and Clinton streets, knonester. RUBY ADAMS. To B. Chase A Co. Dear FirsThis is tn inform you that w* have used your Persian Vegetable Pilla lor a year past, in onr practice. ami are well pleased with tueir operation.? Believing them to fulfil their ad vertisemeut, in answer tug as a substitute where ? aloroel ia indicated, we can recommend them to the publie. Dra, BROWN. MrKENZIB, A HALS TED. Rochester, 1937. t its Cared.? The undersigned hereby certify, that we are the pa terns of tw? children who cave been a f dieted with hi* more -r lea*, frem fbeir infancy, and thai we spared ho puns ?#r ftpsdif in cL(itc^orin| to effect a cure, but without any beneficial effect, until hearing of the Resurrectum or Persian Pilla, when 4 b **? were immediately procured, and before three box** had been taken the his had shared in freqeenry, an.i every aymptom much improved, and now we are bappy t* stale, that our ahiidren. by ths uae of the Per* aim. i'.ll* wall the btesaing o| (i d, are entirely cured, 1 am ?r tm symptom or Mpra > , " we i eonfiueinly believe that persona afflicted with fit* will find in the Peraisn Pills a sure and perfect care, JOHN A MAR 1 HA JOHNSON. Canton. N. Y. Dec. 10,1437. Extract from a letter dated Attica,Jur e 21, 1839. I Chaee A Ce. Our daughter, Mary Anne. 17 yea's ?f age, had been taking medicine and on ihe doctor's bauds for more then two yeais past. She had suffered all but death from female obstruction* On bearing what effect your Pilla had upon female d tb ulues. we puictiaaer 1 twe box**, and she commenced taking them according tn Hi rectiona, and we are happy to **v the ia gaming very fast; she it as she should Ire. The Persian Pilla ere taken ia this neighborhood ky Mvarel, *11 ef mr? , ?*M well. Bread rein's and Bum' have bdoa tried ia tbta vicinity, but they de not begin to give the satisfaction which your Pills do. We reel aatiadod that they pee ?eca medicel prepertiee fer euperier to any medicine now in una. J. V. LANSING, M. A. LANSING. ICTTO MOTHERS.^ Mcaasn. E. Chase 2c Co. Genu.?Hearing much said about the extraordinary effects of the Resurrection or Persian Pills upon those about to become mothers, we were induced to make a trial of them. My wife waa at that time the mother of fire children, and had suffered the meat tedious and exciuliating pains during and after her confinement of each. She liad tried every meana, and taken much medicine, but found Utile er no relief. She commenced taking thePetaian Pilla about tkree months before her confinement, (her health being very poor about this length ef time previous) and in a short time she wss en abied by their use to attend to the cares of a mother to her family until her confinement. At the time ?h* com menced taking the Persian Pills, and for seversl weeks previous, she was afflicted with a dry hard cough, ?nd frequent severe cramps, which ihe use of the pills en tirely removed before using half a box. It is with the greatest confidence that we advise all those about to be come mothers to make use of the Persian Piila. Ail those that have taken them in our neighborhood have got along in the same easy manner, and are about house in a few days. There does not sppesr to be half the danger of other difficulties setting in after confinement where theae Pills are taken. We unitedly Bay, let none neglect taking thein, for they are in the reach of the poor aa well as the rich. We are truly thankful that there is a remedy which females can easily pro cure which bids to lessen the world of suffering, which many of them have to bear, and perhaps save the lives cf thousands which otherwise would be lost. Rochester. May 14th, 1838; corner of Callidonian square and Edinburgh at. For fuither particulars see subscribers. S. ROBERTS, ANN O. ROBERTS. Messrs. E. Chase A Co. Hearing of the good effects of your Persian, or as they are truly called Resurrection Pills, upon mothers, 1 was induced to purchase a box of them fur my wife. She had been afflicted with nervous headache, crampa, distressing pains in her back and side, lameness, and wss very bilious, with frequent turns of vomiting? Her health had been so miserable for a length of time, as to deprive her from attending to the duties of the family, and at last the became confined to her bed.? She had tried vaiieus mauiciues, among which were Brandreth'a and Hibbard'a Pills, but found on relief.? She commenced taking your Pills with iimmediate ben efit, and in a few days she was restored to her uaual good health. She coirinued occasionally using them 'ill after her confinement, which was in about two months, and she enjoyed good health up to that period, when she gava birth io a fine healthy child. She was rescued from those destressing pains and difficulties which fen ales are geaerally ob.iged to endure lu times of confinement, and in three days she set up and tewed from morning till night. In view of the happy and en parralleled effects of these pills upon her, and others of our acquaintance, we earnestly recommend them to all mother*, and especially to young married ladies.? A trial of them will convince the most incredulous of their efficacy, and save them from all those intense pains and sufferings which are generally experienced, and so frequently terminate in the death of the mother or child. It any further information is required, it can be obtained by calling at our residence, Sophia street, Corn Hill, Rocbester. L. WAITE, M. A WAITE. Messrs E. Chase A Co. Gentlemen?At the time your agent was in this city, nearing of the virtue of your Pills, and their effect upon mothers, I was induced to make trial of them in my own family. My wife was at that lime the mother of six children. Befere, at me birth of each, she had cuf fered the most intense and aggravating pain and mise ry. She had tried in vain the Mother's Relief, and all other remedies. She commenced taking the Persian Pills about foui months betore her last confinement, and after naviug taken a part of a box, her distress abated in a good degree and after about two weeks she waa entirely relieved of all her former symptoms and distress, and waa enabled oy their use to assist in many of the domestic duties and labnrs of the house.nor did she, up in. or at the lime of her confinement, exps tience any of ner former pain and distress, and ahe is now recommending to every mother, to p'ocure and uae your Persinn I"ills, with an entire and perfect con fidence of their virtues and efficacy. And, 1 also am perfectly satisfied, from seeing their effect in my own family, that aa inothei should be without them. And la view of the wonderful effect produced by them in my own family?however delica-e the subjeut may be?for the relief of suffering humanity, you are at liberty to make use of this remm tin ten: ion aa you may see fit. GEORGE II. BANCROFT. New York C ty. Nov. 3, 1837. P.S. There are several ladies in this city, who have used your Pills, end have invariably Isuii'd the same relief; but, on account of delicacy, they are not exactly willing, at this time, to nave their uaiiiea appear before the public; hut i have no doubt but wiihiu leas than one year, in this city alone, you will be ab!e to pro cure mere than one thousand certificates from ladies whe have been benefitted bv veur invaluable Peraiaa Pilia. Q. M. B. Extract from a Letter dated Vergennea, V?. July 10;h, 1837. Gentlemen :?I with you to tend a quantity of your Persian Pills io this place; for 1 aai sure that they wsuld meet with a ready sale. My brmher-iti-law. while passing through your place heard so much said in their beha>f. that he was induced to purchaae four bsxes ; and 1 may safely aay that tliey have done mere for myself and a half sister efiMine, than four hundred dollars which I had paid to Doctors and for other va rious prescription* and uivdicines. I have used twen ty eight mixes of Urandreth'a Pills, which gave me tome | arual relief. But your pilia went ligm ahead like a mail of war. What pasavo off looked like ink.? My disease hat been named differently by every phy sician ; but my idea it, that it waa a general vitiation of ( the ffjtds. which produced seme syinpiotns of almost every diseaar. It would be too tedions lor ma to give y-.u a hitinry of all my difficulties. 1 waa weak, dull, stupid, and induced to a skeleton. All hopes of my being restored had been given over, except by my brotner-ueUw. 1 took two boxei of your Pilia. and ; am able to perform my duties in me counting mom.? My sitter waa consumptive ; her liver was much af j fected, and her feet and leg. awe lied ; a harsh cough ' constantly troubled her. One box of yoor Pills entire- , ly relieved her from all those symptoms. 1 mi about to remove to Burlington, and woeld wish an agency, ! Ac. STEPHEN R. LUTHER, Jr. ' E. Cause A Co. Gent. Sira ; ?1 take thia means of acknowledging the Jreat benefit 1 have received frrm your niostexcelleni 'ills. 1 had been sick with a chill arid intermittent fe ver, which left me in n very weak, debilitated state, | from which no medic,ne that 1 could obtain relieved I ine. 1 was advised to travel, as a last resource. Ac cordingly 1 left borne, intending to visit a sister in the east. But, as I am ttilurmed, 1 was taken up in the streets of Rochester, a wandering maninc. Money, . clothing, every Ihi g I took with me, except the appa rel I wore, was gone. In mis condition I was taken to the Monroe County poor house, ami chained in s ceil. > Medical aid waa called, but to no avail ; and (here 1 must have remained, a poor raving mauiac, had it net been for yeur pills. They were given rne by n benevo lent lady who well knew their efficacy, having been iieraelf cured by them of a direful disease. As I teok these pills my health began to mend. 1 now enjoy good health, aa 1, what it infin tely more, my right mind. CYNTHIA THORNTON. Of Eaton, Lorain County, Ohio. Thin may certify that I, Samuel Harrison, of Gran ville, In the Stale w New York, hat. been tithmed with hereditary sen ffula, which waa imparted to ihree chil dren, and after making use of Swaim'a Panares, and all the popolar remedies ol the day, unsuccessfully tor m\self and children, had given up llie idea of ever re ee vinf ??> benefit fm n the medicine, was induced to try the effect nf the Resurrection or Persian Pills; and to my utter surprise, after using, for myself and chil ill en, tw o boxes, I found my malady decreasing, and every prospect of a speedy cure, by persevenng in the use of these pil.s; but a? there were none to be nb tamed in the vicinity, J was obliged to send to Boston, to the origisal proprietor; and at er about four weeks 1 obiainet 4 boxes more and by ike lima wa had used 3 h*sea we wet# eiuiicly cured. And at this time, Nov. ill. I certify that neither I, nor my children, have inn least symptoms of the disease about us, and I vto.fi Oently beueve, that the disease, with all ita formidable symptoms and dangers, is certain ot finding a petlert cure by tn? ate ol the Persian Pilia, and i du most cheerfully and huartity ruaumraand then to aU, afflict ed, with perfeet MtUMce ef relief. SAMUEL HARRISON. PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTS, la relation te the operaiioa of the Resurrection or Per aiaa Pills! Superior to the Hj|eian, Brand reth's, or any ether Pills before the public, u theaaaode of Certificates from Phyeiciane aad other*, who hare used them, can teaiify. Disease* of every kind are produced by derange ineut in the organisation of our ceinpositioa. The ?laws or principles of nature, ge to show that life ia motion; and that every organisation of matter has its peculiar mode ef aetion. Whenever the organisation or mode cf action ia deranged, diaease is the conse quence. In all combinations of animal matter, there are ves sels or hollow lubes, of different aires, whose office it is to convey whatever is received into the system, to all ita different functions. The vast machinery of man, once set ia motion, re quires something to act upon. Food being taken iats the stomach, is divided, assimilated, and conveyed to all parta of the animal system, te nourish snd support i'- This preeess constitutes the phenomenon of diges tion. That which ia essential te animal existence is re tained in the system in the form of fluids, cenatitu ling the circulating medium, which ia the foundation of lile. This fountain sends forth streams into the vessels or hollow tubes, which are divided and subdivided until they become so minute as te be invisible to the naked eye. The circuluting medium being the only uvenue through which the system is nourished, it is all impor tant that the channel should be kept pure, and its circulation unobstructed, that every function tnay re ceive its due proportion of nourishment. So lung as this current is kept in this situation, uninterrupted, health ia enjoyed. But whenever food is taken of an improper kind or quality, or in toe large quantities, the organs become depressed,the circulation obstructed vitiated humours are engendered, which are dissemi nated to the fluids, and conveyed from one vessel te another, until they become incorporated in every part of the system ; thus proving a fruitful source of disease. Also external exposure to cold, closes the small vessels ?n the surface, thickening the fluids, and driving them back too forcibly to the internal orgatta ; bus obstructing the free circulation, which produces irritation, pain, and i nflammation. Those united, form the principal cauae of all derangements, however diversified be the names of disease. Hence it ia obvious that diseases of all kinds originate in the circulating medium, by the fluids becoming thick or vitiated, the circulation impeded, impurities settle in the glands, the organs do not receive tkeir proper nourishment, tbe s\siem becomes weakened in all its movements, and calls aloud for a remedy that is so arranged and constituted, as when taken, it will be digested, and pass into the circulating medium, visiting every organ, gland and vessel, to cleanse, purify, and stimulate them into a healthy action. Tnese virtues, or properties, are all combined in the Persian and In dia Vegetable Extracts, comprising the Resurrectioa Pills, which an All-Wise Providence, knowing the wants of man. seerna to have seat upon earth for his special benefit. They act in harmony with the ar rangements of the constitution of the human system, when it is in health ; but when diseased, they arouse its native energies into action, and prove a powerful remedy in expelling disease frum the system, of whatev er name or nature it may be, thus proving a universal remedy or antidote for diaease. Dr. Brandreth's Grandfather, the acknowledged in ventor of his Pills, being an English practitioner, it is probable he was acquainted with the virtues of the Persian Extract, and used same of it in hit Pills; and the good tjlfects arising from their use is attributable to tiiis cause; but he was unacquainted with the In dian Extract which cr-operates with the Persian Ex tract, and renders the Persian Pills far more efTec tu tl in curing diseases than Brandreth's Pills or any oiher preparation. Since agents have been appointed in America, the presumptive evidence is, trial Bran dreth is unable to obtain the Persian Extract, which is the cause of his Pills not giving that satisfaction now as formerly. The supreme excellency of the Resurrection or Per siau Pills, has been abundantly certified to by those who have been cured of the most trying and diffi ult diseases, aad uader the moat adverse eircuiustances of bodily suffering. But it would lake too much room to publish these numerous testimonials through the rue dium of the public prints. A bill, however, of certifi cates and a treatise on the most prominent diseases, will accompany each box. KU* The increased demand for these Pills is unpa ralleled. The receipts during the last three weeks of water navigation, lb37. amounts to 96,754 boxes, whieh shows the high estimation in whicb they are held where they are known GENERAL DIRECTIONS AND PARTICULAR CASES. Every one must be more or lew his (or her) own judge as to the time of taking a universal medicine, and Ike quantity to he used ; yet, particular attention should be pai 1 tu ita general directions. In ail acute disease*, aa inflammation. fevers, dysen tery, cholera, influenza or fits, they should be taken in large and repea ed doses, that they may speedily car ry t>iT whatever impurities there are existing in the sys tem. and at the same time arouse the secreting sod ex creting vessels into a healthy actioa, and thereby pre vent the accumulation of more. But in slow, lingering diseases, er chronic dslfi rallies, ss rheumatism, scrolu Is, dyspepsia, nervous diseases, ami consumption, they must be taken in auch doaea a* may be digested like f-od, and conveyed to every part of the ayatem, to puri fy and ciease evary minute gland and absorbing vessel from all morbid and corrupt humours which obatruct the free circulation of the Quids, causing tumours, en Iirgeineiita of the glands, scrofulous knots, protuber shops, running sores, deep seated pains, arising from the gathering and settling of impurities upon the lungs, liver, Ac. similar to rust upon iron, wkicn eats, weak ens, and destroys it. The impure humours settling in other places in the system, produces diderent symptoms which leads te (tiff-rent names of diseases, as rheumatism, wk'te swel lings, cancers, fevers, sores, letters, and eruptim s, all of whic i arise from one cause?Impurities of the fluids ? ind ure reducible by one remedy?the Persian Pills ?which cleanse the fountain, dissolving all hatd tu mours. Ac. by seeping up a constant drain upon the hu mown, which teed and nurture all diseases. Tins is pursuing the course which uature dicts'es. Mow far superior to the treatment of medical men ! They pur sue no steady course. A graduate Iroin college com mencea hit p-ofesston by treating disease accoiding to his most favorite author ; finds it does not answer his expectations; he purauea another ptpular course? finis the patient sit king ; he consults his authorities, and tries the third plau of ire?tiiieiit, and finds his pa t.ent mutt die. unl-ss ? medicine can be given to pro duce a speedy alteration. Me bernnies alarmed, calls for a council, three or four physicians meet; after ex amiuaiion and consultation, they agree in two points? the patient inuat ote, and the profession must not be blamed. Aside?A. says to the young pra< titiotier.had you pursued auch a treatment, you wnuld have saved your patient. B. aaya had you been dictiie 1 by such an author, or school, you wnuld both have parsued a different nnd a better course. C. any*. I have been very fortunate jn treating disease according to Doctor 'a theory, which ia altogether different from what either of you have suggested?Had the patient been under my care, I should have pursued that plan sf treatment, and I have no doubt I should have been successful. A'ter paying strict attention to such high and learned council, the young practitioner hnds himself quite as competent to treat another esse of the same nature, aa he was hef re. But if he be a mail of discernment, he will soon hud. as all physicians oi pidgment have found, tuat the grand secret for curing disease, lies iu keeping the eva"uatinui open, and the uireulati'tg medium clear atid free from all obstructions. 'I hey seem to have a confused idea of this itni>ortant point, when they leach, bleed and give calrmel to remove obstructions. But this does not come in contact with disease in n direct manner like the Persian I'tlls, which are digested, and enter into the fluid*, thereby coming in close combat with the enemy, todrtv- ii from the system. Tnai medicine mast be the best adapted to the human sys tem, which bri-gs about with the moat certainty this great and desired effect. I his nnpoMaiit pn ul can only be brought n jost by n Vegetable Medicine, as no Mineral Medicine can be digested nnd en er into the w hole tnsaa of fluids, to remove obstructions, but will rather ssttle in some of the emull gl. n Is er vessels, to obstruct litem } thus proving n cause of disease instead of a remedy. Calomel has always more or less ol this effect ; although it may be dormant l*r \ e^i s. yet it will be arou?ed into action st tome period 7n other, and snow itself in some form?sur.h as eruption*, pains tu the joints, Ismrtiesa, numbness, tremors, venk nerves, obstructed circulation, female weakness and what is still mora alarming, il blends itself with the fluids, ami is transmitted to the secettd generation ; beings prolific cause ef siender, delicate constitutions, and scrofulous iwbttn in ik* yenng pmmp 1? ud children ef the present ??y The Resurrection or Persian Pills being made from the circulating mesa of Vegetable fluids, easily adapt themselves to ike circuladag fluid of animal matter. Nature having ao arranged their qualities that they operate in uniaon with the animal economy, being ae effectual in dispelling diaeaae aa to leave ao donbt of their being deaigned by Ptovidence for a universal remedy. The planta v^liich yield tlieae extracta are cultivated with great care and attention in their respective coun tries. The greet and increasing call for the Persian Pills has rendered it almost impossible to obtain a snf fioient supply to answer the demards. But arrangements having been made in Rarope to supply seems in America, the public ate informed that they shall be supplied with the genuine article, by ?. Chase Sc Company, and their Ageuta. DYSPEPSIA.?Ia Dyspepsia we find the etemaeh often in a contracted acirrbua or ulcerated state. Tnia siate of the stomach may be produced by varioua exci ting causes. Food may be taken in too large quen tines, ao as to overdo the natural action of the organs of digestion ; it is then retained in the stomach an unusual length of time ; this protfuces flatulency, or windy eruaiationa, costivenesa, and all the raiieue cymptom* of dyspepsia. Where thia is the case, the small vessels are clogged, the stomach weakened, and filled with vicious and morbid matter; the fluids be come thick, the circulation impeded, the nerves lose their elasticity, the spirits sink, animation is lost, and the pattern labors undor all the horrors of dyspep sia. To remedy these evils it is only necessary to take the PERSIAN PILLS in the following manner:? first take two or three of the Pills ongoing to bed, and if ?hey do not operate until afier breakfast next tnorn ing, take one or two more, and continue adding two eve ry^fout hours, until a brisk and thorough operation upon the bowels is pro>! ueed. Then take one or two, the next sight but one, sufficient to keep up a mild evacuation for four or five days. Then take an increased dose or doses until you produce a brisk operation again; con tinue in this way until a small dose keeps your bowels regular, or until your disease is removed. Tlie fittt operations of the Pills may sicken and pro duce some unpleasant feelings wheie the stomach is torpid and filled with impurities, for these impurities, 1 when aroused into action, will of themselves produce sickness, especially alter the medicine has passed the rounds of the circulation, gathering up the impurities, aad imparting them to the stomach and bowels, to be passed off by evacuations. But, as theaystem becomes cleansed, thu circulation equalized, all darting pains, griping and sickness will cease. For the Pills themselves never sicken, produce pain or any other unpleasant feel ings, even in the most delicate. But gross, vicious and impure matter being set in motion by their operation, it the cause of all disagreeable feelings experienced by the patient; in proportion as the system becomes regu lated those feelings will cease. SCROFULOUS HUMORS. WHITE SWELLINGS FEVER SORES, RUNNING ULCERS, TU MORS AND ABORTION. As the sun is superior to all other lights, so are the PERSIAN PILLS superior to all other medicines, in cleansing the system from all humors, producing s healthy action in all morbid sores and srirrhus swel lings, turd tumors, abscesses and white swellings. The cleansing, healing, softening and benign influence of this remedy m those diseases ia easily discovered by every patient who subjects himself (or herself) to a coarse of the medicine. This remedy ia digested and taken up by the small absording vessels, and communicated to every part of the system, as is clearly demonstrated by their opera tion being felt in sores and in the extremities, even to the end of the fingers. They press as if instinct was propelling them forward to search out every avenue, dissolving and dislodging all tumors or gatherings, and removing them to the stomach and bowels, to pass off by evacuations. All external applications sie unavail ing. so long as these diseases are fed and nourishes by vitiatad humors, which are the cauaeand origin of the above difficulties. Pursue nature's plan, cleanse and clear the system from impurities by taking the Persian Pills, as the system beanies under their influence, their action will he plainly felt in all tumors and sores working upon tliutn, to dissolve them and carry them off. Sciu ulcus knot, pustules, king's evil, tali rheum, and various out er eruptions, have, must and wiildisp- rse and bu cured it those I'llla are persisted in. As these Pills aru cleansing the internal parta of fe ver sores and running ulcers, the external surface should be kept clean by washing it three times a day in strung lime water.and a linen cloth wet with the same should be la:d over the sores. The Persian Pills ia these cases, as wsll as in all oth ers, should in the first place be taken in sufficient quan tities to produce a brisk operation. Then tuke one or two every or every other night, sufficient to keep up a gentle diain upon iheliuinoisfrom four to s.x nights,then increase the dose sufficient to produce a thorough evac uation from the bowels thu second time. Continue on in tliin manner according to your stiengtfi, until your system becomes purified and the flatds tree and equal in their circulation. It must be lemeuibered that in all acrefnlous diseases the Persian Pills must be taken until they arouse all the absorbents into action, and become fairly incorporated into the whole mass of circulating fluids. The longer the d sesse has been standing the more time the 1'ills must be allowed to perform ao arduoua a taak 5 >? these Pills are persevered in aecording to directions, a free circulation and good health ia sure 'o be the result In removing these diseases, the high styled Panacea, Catholucoaa and Arcaniuns, bow their heads in hum ble reverence to the superior excellencies of the Per sian Compound. IN DISEASES OK CHILDREN, Such as green stool*. iliruah, vomiting, looaeneaa, croup or rmtlea, rickets, convulsions. worms, scald head, rath or reatlcaaneaa, the Persian Pills are the on ly medicine req lisite. Slender end crying children by their use become quiet, healthy and growing. A child under feur months 111 ly take one eighth #f a Pill dissolved in warm water, and repeat the dose once in lour hours until it operates. Children uoder twelve month , fiom a quarter to a whole one oissolved in warm water, and renew the dose once in feur hoars umil a brisk operation is produced. In croup, give large aad repeated do***, and lay a cloth on the neck and aro mach.wet wiih warm water, changing it every five min utes until it it relieved. For scald head, scrofulous humors or tickets, the Pills should he cunt.aaed in small doses for tome length of tune. No one should be deterred from taking three Pills by fear of contracting a had habit, lor they are not line harsh and drastick catharticks, which merely enter the stomach and pass thruagk the bawelt, leaving them weak and relaxed, and all other parts of the ?ys;rin fill ed witn obstructions But these Pills, by cleansing all parts, restore tot.e and energy tot! e whole. The benign intlumeeof these Pills is experienced in removing Dr< pay, Erysipelas, Fits of all kinds. Para letie AlVe'-tieus, Gout, Rheumatism, Stone, Gravel, Spitting of Blood, Cestiveneea, Bloody Urine, Mener rheagie Leucorrhoea Procidentia Uteri. Canker, Kaslt, Nursing Sore M atk, Green Sickness, Nervous Head ache, Swelling of the Feet and Ancles. Piles, Palpita tion, Quinary, & a.; all of which disappear by taking the Fenian Pilla in sufficient quantities to cleanse the system and renew the energies of life. For a more particular history of the virtues and effi eacy of theae Pilla, also maay certificates from those who hive experienced their truly wonderful eff cts, and for particular direr .inns for use, are the large hiila, (which also represent a Persian Palace and Garden.) accompanying earh box of Pilla. For aale by J, O. FAY, Agent, New York. For aaie at Nob. 79 and 100 Fulton at ; at Bookstore* No. ."77 Broadway, opposite Niblo'a Garden; No. il Chatham Bnuatd) M3 Uieenwich et. j 97 I a Bowery, and 110 Fulion at., Brooklyn, L I. N B?To Mother*. It ia with the greatest ennfi deuce thai we advise all those ah <at to become moth ers toinske use #f the Persian Pills Price only 63 1 2 cents and 31 1 4 cents per box. Two *i*e?. je!3 11* | CiflOLERl~MORBUH AN DRUMMER COM ' PLAIN r.?-Rowand'sCompound Syrup of Dew berry R ft ia an aatringent preparation, having the pow er of suppressing discharges occasioned by the too tree use of fruit, or ciud* vegetables; excessive warmth of the weather; irritation of the intestinal canal, or any Other cause*} It* use is indicated in Cholera .Morbus or summer complaints of children, Parrhrra, I), sen tery. Till* healing syrup is decidedly one of the meat valu abe an I most healing medicines ever employed j there ia Milrtia nig quality in iiacomposiiion, anil it inay lie l*hm wuh entiie safety in every age and condi* lion of the ays'ern. Being palatabie, u is especially amiable for < lnliren. 1>) rest Ion S on the hot le. Fer sale by J O FAY, agent, at Miln?>r's Franklin House Diug Siore, 193 Broadway, N. Y. | 114 Canal at. - 197 Hnwery, and 644 Btoaaw'ay. Ft tee 50 cents peroottle. )?13 It* Q ALT RHEUM.?"Gibaey'a celebtated Deatroyer1 ^ for Salt llkooin, Tetter, Ringworms, Jackaoa or Barber'* lick, Piinplea on the face, and all other die* eaaeaef the akin, in a aafa, speedy and the meat eiSca* aioai remedy knewa. In no inataace doea thia inedi eiae tail to euro, nor will it, if uaed aa directed ; being a waah, it ia pleasant and safe to uae, will not aoil, and may be applied to the moat delicate infant. Por sale by JOHN ONTHANK Agent, at Milner'a Franklin Honae Drag Store, No. 193 Broadway; 127 Bowery; 100 Fuhen at.; 303 Broadway ; 114Canalst.; 210 Chatham Square, and of Druggistagenerally in New York. jel3-lt* I}* YES!?INFLAMED AND SORE EYES!? Rowand'a Celyreum or Eye Water ia a niOBt ex cellent application lor weak and inflamed eyea, and it ia peoulieily adapted, by iia mildness and safety, to the aore eyea of children and infants. No medicine haa greater claims for patronage, and none more happily ef ficticious. Directions around each bottle; price 23 cents each. For aale by J O. FAY, Agent, at Milnor's Franklin House Drug Store, 193 Broadway, New York, and at 114 Canal st. jel3.lt* OWAND SAN T1 COSTIVE PlLXSimve'nii^er. cury in them. They are a very mild and uinat ex cellent laxative medicine, and may at all times be em ployed with safety where a gentle yet effectual cathartic ia required. For sale by J. O. FAY, General Agent, at Drug Store 193 Broadway. Franklin Houae, New York, re tailed at 12? Bowery. 100 Fulton at.. 114 Canal au, H. Kawls&Co., Albany, Ac. Price 25 cents per box only. N. B.?Rowand'a Tonic Mixture Pills, for fever and ague, ate essentially the same as the liquid Rowand'a Tonic Mixture, with the advantage of portability and loss from breakage. jel3?It* EVER AND AGUE-ROWAND S TONIC MIXTURE.? Met chants from the west now in this city will not forget to supply themselves with this inval uable and really indispensable remedy for tl at fearful scMurge of the newly settled countries. Fever and Ague, or Billious Intermittent Fever, which, should it continue to prevail to the same extent, and with the same uncontrolable violence which characterized it dur ing the last season, threatens to depopulate lsrce terri tories of the Western States; if not by the Fell De stroyer, vet by an equally effectual if not so terrible an agent, viz: emigration to more salubrious climes. The sta te of destitution and st. tiering in many parts of the country, aa represented by eye witnesses, wai truly me lancholy and deplorable. Very soon the supplies of Rowand'a Tonic Mixturg in the hands of agents and other dealers were exhaust ed ; after which recoutse was had to any and every thing that presented itself in the s-npe of u remedy that promised even u momentary suspension of the suffer ings which had prostrated almost every ether ir dividual in communities. At such times as tliia knavery and im posture stalk at noon-day ; accordingly, the country was almoat deluged with spurious imitation , counter feits and substitutes for the one only true and original Rowand'a Tonic Mixture, producing thereby disap pointment, vexation and prolongation of distress and suf fering upon the honest confidence of the simple hearted and unwary, who had put their trust in the goodness and all sufficiency of the genuine remedy?not suspecting for a moment any one so base as to stand between them and the well tried means of relief, for the sake of the mean and pitiable consideration ol a few shillings. The reverse they have, however, found out to their sorrow, and now threatens the perpetrators of such outrages in their future visits with the punishment such peifidieus and during impositions merit at the hands of an iudig nanl community. Office of the Proprietor at No. 049 Market at.. I'hila delphia. JNO R. ROWAND. M. D. Wholesale and retail by J. O. FAY, General Agent, at the Franklia House Drug Store, No. 193 Broadway, N. Y. N.B.?Rowasd'aTonic Mixture Pilla are also offered with much confidence for public apprnvnl, whn-n are essentially the some in efficacy as the liquid, but pos sessing the advantage of portability and safety from breakage and freezing. jel3 It* 1'KY IT, LADIES.?The Oriental Powder of Ala ba*ter, to beautify the akin, remove freckles, Ac., an excellent Cosmetic, pnt up in splendid style, and far surpassing the common Pearl Powder for beautifying and softening the complexion, atul renders any unpleas ant appearance of the skin at once clear and smooth. For sale by J. O. FAY, Agent, at Milnor's Frenkhn House Drugstore, 193 Broadway, N Y.. and at 114 Ca nal St., 127 Bowery, 644 Broadway, 33 6th avenue,and of Dru-gists generally. Price 12 1 2 cents per hex. jel3 It* C1ARPENTERH COMPOUND FLUID EX. ' TRACT OF BUCHU (Dm?Ommm)umm< irinffnt. and a most valuable medicine for disease* of the bladder, chronic gonorrlur. dysentery, Ac. Also, Carpenter'* preparation of Sarssparilla, and other medicine*. For ??!# by J. O F AY, at Milnnr'* Franklin H< u-te Drug Store, Ko. 193 Broadway, N. Y. j?IS It* WRAY'S BALdAMIC PILLS?4>l. O. WRaY, No. 118 Holborn Hill, London, ha* concluded arrangement* through hi* agent at New York to supply that city, and the chief citie* in the Union, with hi* " Btlsamic Pill*," which have an long superceded, in London, the use of" Coipaiva." ?'Cnbeh," and other nxuaeoa* medicine. Wray'* Balsamic Pill* are a safe, certain, permanent and the most effectual cure known for Oonoritra. Gleet*. Stricture*, Whites, Local Debili ty, Affection* of the Kidneys, Irritation of the Bladder or Urethra, and all other disease* of the urinary passu These Pills act specifically on the urinary passages, an i from their tonic properties tend to strengthen the system and improve the general heaiih. and require ? 'either confinement n >r alteration of diet, (except ab stinence from sdinulsnts, where considerable intlnuta tion exist*,) and may ju.ttlybe considered the only sale and effectual remedy. For ssle by J. ON THANK, apext, at No. 100 F'ulton at.; Broadway, corner of Chambers si.; No. 114 Canal at.; ami at No. 127 Bowery, earner of Grand at., N. Y; Put up ltttlie most convenient form i* three site box es?price $1, 61 50 and A.I per hex. jel3 It" Cancer and open sorbs cured.?The Qerman Cancer Ointment is a most invaluable blessing to the human face, as a remedy for Cancer and all Open Sores, from whstever cause has long been a secret in the family of a Nobleman, through whore be nevolent exertions many hundreds hare been rured, audit now made known only through tnetivea of phi lanthropy. Prepared only by James Hutchinson, Proprietor, L"tid?n, end for sale hy J. O. FAY, agent, at Mi!n?r'a Franklin House Drugstore, 193 Broadway. N Y.;127 Bowery ; 114 Canal tl ; 100 aad No. 79 F'u.ton *t.; 3} 6th avenue, Ac. Mu ll e?m*p*f poti jen it" . llfiEH CURED ?We bare been assured hy a number of persons who have employed Dr. Mtlil mare a Lintment for the Piles, that lltey have beenm<>*t effectually and speedily cured, aftet having used all ?ther.even the most celebrated remedies, without suc cess. It possesses peculiar properties, and ha* become justly celebrated as being a nu-st sale and certain retp e>1y ier the most inveterate eases, if employed as ifiV reeled A pamphlet with each bottle give* a hiatery or the Piles. directions as t? treatment, certificates of cure, Ac., like the following, vis "1 hereby certify, that after having been several years slllisted with the Piles, my wile and myself were bod' entirely cured ny the use of l)r. Miltimore'a Lini ment for the Piles in luur days ; 1 can therefore recorn mead it is as an effectual *nd speedv cure. JOHN CLEMENR. Akron. Ohio, May 3d. 1?37. Dr. Miltimore?Dear Sir : 1 have the pleasure of in forming y?u that your Liniment for the Piles has had the desired effect on me. 1 had been afffcted with the P les for more than 12years, fur much of the t me waa unable to travel, sad after using your Liniment was en tirely rured, and ran truly ssy it was the only medicine that ever gave me any relief. Yours respectfully, M1NARI) FARLEY. Coventry, Msy 6'h, 1837. For ssle bv J. O. 1" AY, at Milnnr'* Franklin House Drug Store. Nu. 19:1 Broadway} 114 Canal at.; 100 Ful ton at.; 197 B iwery ; G44Bioad*ay, and of Druggiats generally. Put up in two size bottle*; small aixe $1 ; lsrpe site $3. and warranted. i >13 h? CmrcHS AND COLD.4 CURKI) BY ROW ' ANIVA pulmonaria, OR VEORTaBLR DEMUl 'KNT.?In caaes of ubsiinaie Cuisrrh, in (Roughs. Asihma. and a* an auxiliary mesas of present r -liei from threatening a , mptein* of approaching Pul monary C'Uisnmp'mn, ttrt medicine hsa greater claims upon the confidence of the invalid than ihia. A most valuable and safe remedy. For asle by J. O. ^'A^ , general agent, at Drug Siore 19.1 Broatwsy. Retailed at 127 Bowery, lit Canal St., and M Kswl A Co., Albany. Price 50 ceuts per bottle. jel3 It* P'