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art or hEali.no Discuses of ra try n imt and grade trill br rare«/, ok *• i*ay, af the iHFlkMAHY, or DR. B. R. THOMAS. Dr. Thomas, complete master of all Concert, ulcerous and long »landing Sore* of every description — Scrofula, Tetter , Scald Head, Cough Contump tion, and all diseases of the Blood, Liner, spine, bladder, kidney» and skin; Tic Doul.iureau*. Polypus, Chronic Bron chitis, and lingering diseases too numerous here to mention; not that Dr. Thomas can cure every person in the world that is diseased, but that he moat positively otoe out of eyery ten persons ol ry disease, that can be produced. : HI ring of Gravel, Fairy, I/ropty, Fluor Albus, Prolapsus, Uteri, or Fulling of the Womb, Fistula, Irregularities of Families, Debility, Syphilis, Mercurial and Venerial disease, with tormenting pains, blotches, nodes, lameness, barrenness, and all the ilia and unpleasant feelings and which arise can cure eve In cu ! symptoms from imprudence and bad treatment ol such diseases, & c ., it is long since given up that Dr. Thomas hat qual, and let the afflicted he assured, by one that will not deceive them, that ii' they have been under the treatment of a doxen doctors and are yet alive, it fo the best evidence in the woi Id that the disease is curable. 0^Person* afflicted with «ny chronic or liogeriug disease, whatever, without a ny regard to the uamo, grade, or the loop standing of the disease, may be cured b\ applying peraonal/y lo Dr. Thomas, or tending the aymptoma of the disease in writing by mail, cr by some person, it convenient, which is far preferable. MeJ icmes of a proper kind will be with plain direction*, which will the disease and health. Persons no ■ ty. put up. remove restore the patient to . , .. »ending for medicine by mail for d,.ease, of a mild character must enclose 110—for diseases of a more ob stioato or aggravaied character, such a* gravel, dropsy, consumption, palty, atlk ma, syphilis, mercurial and venereal die ease*, gleet, See., 920. 0O ~Persons afflicted with ous or S. ed tains that . cancers, ulcer ^PORf statding sores, or any danger ous obstinate deep sealed dise«*«, opwc to ibe Infirmary of Dr. Thomas, where the cure of every person will be warranted, or no charge will be made for medical services rendered. The boarding and mecicsl bill for servants will be (£r balf price; boarding must be paid in ad vance ; I he medical bill when the curai, complete, and oot before, which is just as it should be. No humbugery or chance of pny.ng mooey for oothiog about the ettabliihmenf. From It Dr. Thomas has been engaged in the ,n «d | cine for aixteen years, diligently m-eking medical knowledge, rinding no successful remedy for and lingering diseases in the common prac tice and knowing that the world was full of diseases that could not be cured by the practice of medicine as taught fn the schools or physic, he restored to, and practised «fo'k y . e y*,- W ' ,h * Du,nber ° r 'h* most celebrated German and Indian doctors, both , n the United States and Canada, •nd has acquired a thorough knowledge of • II their valuable secret remedies and manner of treattog disease# of every namc n grade. Dr. Thomas has by a long, expensive, uotireing search, hunted up a mong all sorts of doctors and other sour ce», every .valuable hidden or secret rem edy that he could possibly hear of. He has also, many valuable Hindoo and He brew secret remedies, which has far, very mr, excelled his most sanguine expects lions tn the art or healmg. Indeed, so universally successful has been bis prac Uce m diseases of every name and grade m considerable expense, put for Vr** • p,e0d '^ expressly for the accommodation of the afflicted, cJ' h rw # * P * r *' e f °r females, every accommodation that will be any ad IStÎ 9 - a,lCled promptly .( ! l km,, L h " e¥er bewn Kilerly °P bT?e V'? Ckf>ry r d puffing ; but actual cures-ract. , n d useful know*! edge in reljeviog the great sum of human misery, suffered by disease, and closing up hjiSSTT* * VOnUa * of 4««th, should be published lar and wide that the afflicted may know there it a balm in Gilead and • phy..c.*o there. Dr. Thome., know mg that he ha* acquired, and does a knowledge of remedies f ar fut m the art of bi, a | ny may was the in In as in chronic and possess more success ._. . - '"g 'boa any thing known or taught .. the medical •ehools, whran can he fully ertaWi.hed to the satis lacttoo of ever* unprejudiced mind by the testimony of the great number of persons cured by him, which were given up hopeless and beyond the reach of skill, by a number of the sci enti fic unering literati. XT Alt Editor, that will publish the above with the annexed certificates, c a month for one year, forwarding the pa pers containing the same, shall be eatitled to one hundred dollar* payable in boar ding aod medical service* to any afflicted peraoo they may see proper to send to the Inonnarv of the subeenber. B. R. THOMAS, M. D. at die« I mo»i renowned ( nee CERTIFICATES. u,_ . . , Mawrut. Teno. wat h. uaderaigwud cilixeo. of Mem pora, having the pleasure of an acquaint •oee wub Dr. B. R. Tbomra, yno .1 cor . 4*ajly recommend him to those afflicted with Chrome and Lingering disease« C«s. ewa, Ulcerous and long standing .ore«, scrofula ftr , «, . gentleman aod phy*i. cran worthv of all confidence. Ntastok, Representative j •W. C. IfogLtr, Judge of tha Growl J. 1. Fi vtar, Mayor. K. J. Bmiklws, Alt'y. K. K. Tr.xirr, P. G. Gaiks. Attorney. H. Vaw Pki.t, Editor. Tmjia. U. J.>n vso.i, Commercial Ho in m J. hi. Ft arm «a. Central Hotel. JOMA Ü. ~ ictrangu Hotel. ITft H, Mr*. D. C. Wota.il A Son, Rich' mond I >ouse. VV. il. Hennin, fïayoeo House. WiTson A: Williams, Druggists. Jl-mmimos k Osooon, J. H. Krtkolds, Druggist. H. Test. Cook At Bohanan, Druggists. S. Fowl**., Meachant. Kirk & Thomas, Merchants. I). Park, Meichant. VV. P. Tannkiiill, Book Seller. R. L. Kat, Cumberlend Iron Store. is From the Hon. IVt/.on Lumpkin, V. S. Senator from Georgia. VV asmington Citt, Jan. 2Ï, 1889. Having had the pleasure of an acquain tance with Dr. B. R. Thomas, lor a number of years, l take great pleasure in recommending him to all to whom I may be koown, as a gentleman of correct hab its and good moral character, and further, in expressing my confidence in his «kill a* a physician by personal experience, and knowing as I do that he has performed many very extraordinary cures of diseases which had entirely baffled the skill of ma ny eminent physicians. WILSON LUMPKIN. From the Hon. IV. C- Ha »ton, member ta Congre t» from Georgia. Washington Citt, Jan. 22, 1839. Having had the pleasure of beiog per tonally acquainted with Dr. B. R. Thom is, for a number of years, during which nine be has been a practicing physician, sod upon the examination of his medical skil by VVm- P. Graham, one of the Medical Board of Georgia, it was readily admitted that he had acquired valuable medical knowledge unknown to the facul ty. I feel it my duly to say that he is respected and esteemed as a physician of character and a citizen ol high moral worth. I recommend him wherever he may travel as a gentleman in whom the utmost confidence may be placed. Wm. C. DAWSON. a From the Hon. F.phraigm ii. Fatter, U. S. Senator J'om Tenne tree, and Felix Grundy, V. S. Attorney General. Washington Citv, Jan. 22, 1839. We tbe undersigned were well acquaint ed with Dr. B. R. Thomas, during his residence near Nashville, Tennessee, where he removed in 1820. We take great pleasure in saying, that Dr. Thomas sus tains an irreproachable character, and that he is worthy of all confidence. R. H. FOSTER, FELIX GRUNDY. he cd tie so put ad tie From Col. L. Le f he ich, of Holly Springt. THOMAS' iy FIRM ARY. It is with the grrrtest pleasure and un usual gratification that I place my testimo ny before the public, that the afflicted may know where lo apply for a cure. I was severely afflicted with a complicated disease for nearly twelve months, which reduced mo to a mere skeleton, and beyond the reach of the common practice of med icine, Warm Springs, dec. So pkinful, fierce and excruciatingly severe was the disease, that my nerves and muscles were contracted, and drawn into knots and nodes from my head to my feet, which prevented me from sleeping at night for many months. It was very evident to myself and every peieon who saw me, that I could not have lived much longer in such a suffering situation. I came to Dr. Thomas* Infirmary as the last resort. In two months he relieved me of «II my suffering, removed the knots and nodes, regulated my stomach and bowels, and caused my sleep to be sound, sweet and as pleasant and refreshing as it ever wa* in my youthful days of uninterrupted I have no hesitation in saying thet Dr. Thomrs' skill and remedies, and manner of treating chronic and lingering diseases, is lar preferable to any system of practice now before ihe public. as I health. L. LKFTWICH. and THOMAS' INFIRMARY. To the Public. —From much exposure and fatigue in the campaign of Texas, which had a great bearing upon my con stitution and brought on a severe attack of rheumatism, and so contracted the nerves and tendon, of my extremities that ( wa. orwifined to my bed for six months, scarcely able lo tura over the greater part ol the lime. I was conveyed lo Thomas' Infirmary ; he soon gave me ease, relaxed my rigid extremities, and cured me per fectly in five weeks, after the skill of sev eral other physician* had entirety foiled, t saw at Thomas' Infirmary, a female that had been se deranged for two yeers, that the was kep* confined; another which bad been confined to her bed for fifteen years with spinal irritatioo and falling of the womb; both of the females are perfectly cured and are able to work labo riouxly. I loel very confident that any person afflicted with aoy chronic or linger ing disease whatever, would do well to ap ply to Dr. Thomas, for he will not deceive or flatter Ihe afflicted for the sake of fame or fee. His medical bill# generally very moderate, which is very uncommon among physicians. From what ( have «een, Dr. Thomas cannot be too strongly recommended in Ihe Art of Healing. P. B. GÖLL. From J. B. Earle, M. D. I now ■ ra . A P091TIVE CURE FOR THE GRAVEL For humanity's sake will Editor* of new», papers pl en a« give Ibe following a few imer tioua iu llwwr papers, that those afflicted with the dreadful disease, Cai-ci't-us or Bronx in the bladder,may know where to go for a certaia curt. It ia well koowu to all respectable physician*, that there » nothing known to tbe faculty that can be depended upon for that mart painful aod In 1819 I became _ reaper! afflicted with the Gravai, which gradually grew from bud to worae until 1841. During ihn pe riod I tried all the remedies of every physician profeaaed to know aoy thing I went ta .Mobile and plared myself under the «pecis I care of the moat enuoeot for two muolfaa. so it will readily be paroeavad that every thing koowu to the faculty was lairly tried, except mo operation, aod :e no benefit ra my of despair, for tbe bod a* it r*dd bn without producing imroedi roe with cartaiaty to sead the medi thery wa* tbe lea st duuU tag the cdre not to attempt to do any (km* *.a me, for I was wait in* for the » »fonce aftbajj^ little, that I a*ghl riait New ease to cease a York to has* an operation Thomas sent bis prescript!«« that it would retiese me in St re. itself. I considered almoat a gram i nsult Tba Is- could care ms- in «hours of» disease ofjfcl years standing, which had baffledmah. cal wisdom or the faculty that had been heaped toget Iter for four ibowaaff years, appeared to me the verv eesence of quackery. But a d rown rag man will catch at rtraw»-a person in great agony will .Wallow an* Itang. I commeooed using hit .impie, harmless medicine, and ft is truly aatomsaiog to tell—but the truth muai come—in 34 hours, to my great jof. 1 wua per fectly rdk-red of every sympton of the diaaaau. It is now twelve months tioce thwcure was per formed. and ! feel a. free from Gravel as any living. 1 do earnestly recommend all per afflicted with the GrtTfl, lo *^ r J. B. EARLE S. a in a* man •ont Thomms for a core. 1840. From II. C. .Vinä*, M. D. Da. B. R. Thomas: Mv Dear Sir :— W lien I »ent to you cine to relieve me of Gravel, I bad do expects formed. ion of being cured wilbout ao operation. See ing tbe certificate of Lr. Earle, I thought remedy miyht give me wane ease until my ey* could be prepared lor in operation. In thirty hours after I commenced with your medi dino I was greatlv relieved—in three days. I was cured. But the power of prejudice and the empire of pride, no human cao tell. 1 was cured and telt no terror of the dwea** , mod did not Me death atmnof me 10 toe race, I began to believe that inyself and several other physicians were mistaken, and my disease was stricture inflammation or something else—any thing but Gravel; to dissolve a calculi m the bladder, I believed to be impossible, and I, Tliomas like, would not believe it until I could feel tl e stone itself, so I bunted up three pen afflicted with gravel, one I found, by soundi to be a stone unusually large—this was cause of my sending to you for so large a pack age of medicine, fgave it to the three persons red in twenty-four hours, one in fifty hour*; the one with a large stone in five days. For these cures I received three hundred dollars; t make you a present of it. and will give five hundred dollars ino'e fora knowledge of mm tern * -one » as cu a our remedy, or for medicines enough for one persons. Government ought to buy it _ and let the world have it, that it might be recorded in every family Bible. II. C. NARDlN. I THOMAS' INFIRMARY. To the Public .—I was severely afflicted with Gravel and Stricture in the urethra; so severe and excruciating was the pain that I could not sleep and was very near dying. I applied I Dr. B. R. Thomas-he relieved me of pain io a few hours, and in twelve days, I am truly hap py to say, I was perfectly cured of both tbe gravel and stricture, la these, sod chronic and linger mg diseases, tbe remedies and skill of Dr. T. bas no equal, sod what is very important te tbe afflicted, be will not flatter for tbe sake of s fine, which is very uncommon among physician*; but he will tell the patient whether or not be can perform a cure. JOHN H. BELCHER. Oct. 25, 1845. MoiTGo.Mt.ar, April 14th, 1842. TO THE PUBLIC, My little MW, 12 months old, was badly afflict cd with Gravel. I applied ta Dr. B. R. Thomas, tie said lie could cure in y son ia '44 heurs. 1 gave the medicine according and in twenty-three aod a half hours, tbe gravel passed out and he was perfectly cured. JAMES R. PINKSTON. to bit direOfons. TO TI1E PUBLIC. Tbi. moy coriify.that. my daughter, Rebecca, was severely afflicted with fits for fifteen years, and ooe side became very much perished. She was perfectly cured by Dr. Thomas ia six weeks after several eminent* had tailed. WILLIAM MORRIS. TO THE PUBLIC. in of of of TO THE PUBLIC. 1 was severely afflicted wiihconsumption, and was attended nine month«, by throe eminent physicians, they give up my saying my disease was Iben in tl« last stage a (hat I could not live many days. I applied Dr. B. R. Thom»«— I» cured me in four months as well as I ever was io mv life. GEO. W. 3 to C U LPEPPER. TO THE PUBLIC. This ia to certify, that I wa. severely afflicted with* very bad eating cancer, which reduced me very low. 1 applied to several eminent phy sici-ns without any benefit. I went to Philadel phia and had it cut out, which was believed by I lie surgeon, would be a final cure—but to my sad disappointment, by the time I returned home the cancer was as badly aggravated ns before, and three tun« as large; I began to «ink very rapidly, 1 lost all hope ot ever being began to prepare for another world, dying situation 1 heard of Dr. Thomas, and got him to do the beat lie could for me; w nine weeks l wa* perfectly well. Dr.-niama* cored two other pereooa io ray neighboruooo of very bad cancer*, that had resisted tbe remedies o many physicians. it ■ cured, and JAMES M. 1NLOW. Ttiis may certify that my boy John waate verely afflicted with fiU and was cured by Dr. Tliomas in two week». _ REUBEN STROZ1ER. This is to certify that Mrs. Stintaon was af. flicted with Dead PafeT. She could not apeak, move hand or foot, and wa* cared by Dr. B. R. Thomas in ten days. of ap LOVE HERNDON. Dr. Thomas lias cured several persons of de rail gemeot of the rmod of loog standing He has removed deafness aod dimness of eyesight. Cou «»Ii COG ITT , G VO. 1 take thu method of ins hrag it koown for the benefit of the affliotn]. Ibnt 1 was severely af flicted for six years, and was regularl K aony eminent physician*. Some Dropsy of the Chest, some Dropsy of the Heart, tome a diseased stale of the Liver and y attended to foot, aod my disease ao IBM fflaf I was impassible to tell whet the disease was, or ever to cure me, 1 was given ep by all, friend' and physicians. In this dying situation I was cuoveyad U> Dr. B. R-Thomn*. Ho uodertouk my case very reluctantly, expecting I would not live loog, hat said while there witfe, Uwro M hope. I began to mend in a few days, ai tinusd mi proving very fast nntil perfectly I now eojoy excellent health. cured. ERANCE8 CARTLEDGE. I take groat pleasure and feel it to Ira my unbounded duty, loadd my testimony to tbe above, by sayiog that I do not believe (hat any person could have been more diseased, or in a worse siiuatioo than Mr. Chrtledge. All the fashionable watering places or mineral springs, were resorted to lot four years. Physician* were consulted from Augusta, Charleston, Baltimore and Phil«, detphia; they ell united ia the opinion that she could not be cured. ra in ■ She now eojoys uninterrupted health, and ha. since beeo the another of two fine healthy ohildien. JAMES CARTLEDGE. From Maj Pool. Pita a t Cooirrv Ala. June 34, 1841. I take great pleasure to .laiiog to the public, that Dr. H. R. Thomas ha. relieved in.oy year, stan ding, after, a number of physician, had failed to do ao. AUo. he cured in mv fam •iy a bad case of mrofular or King*. Evil and one of Ihe «oral cases of peigy | had I • Io 1840, I had in my family thirty five care, ol fever, several of them conges rive of ihe vary vont form, all of which soon got well under his treat meat. time other physician* iamy neighbor bood toot many, aod #oma mora than hall of p mo of a liver duaaM of * At the t their patients èith Congédié« few, t)r. Thomas lost ooly one patient daring the sickly season« which has given greatest possible faith in h»a skill and sys tem ol practice. mo the to is r i. K. C. POOL. From the Colomba* (Ou.) Enquirer. Dr. Thomas who has resided in our city tor some years, we of the most skillful ol those who predict upon hi# theory;—as very many persons isbonng under diversified forms of disesse noth acute and chronic, ware successfully I rested by him during his residence in this ■ity.— We lake pleasure in recommending Dr. Thorns« as • gentleman of integrity and honor. have no doubt, Is one From the (Ala.) Perry Eagle. We most cordially recommend Dr. B. R Thomas as a gentleman of integrity and honor, and one among the most skillful of his profesion, as the many cures of various diseases, performed by him while a citizeu o( this county, »ill testify. In I , TH(; PHILADELPHIA "Saturday Courier," I the I, in of srawfiVAnai» WITH THE LARGEST SUBSCRIPTION LIST IN THE WORLD!! O «VJÎ If 91HSHIHF.KS. Forth« purpose of facilitating (he formation of Clubs, oif in*, or old subscribers not m ar , we offer tbe following (for par money, io * advance,) _ EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS. Three copies ol tbe Saturday Courier, 1 year. or one copy for three years, #■> Seven copies of tbe Saturday Courier, 1 year, 10 Twelve " " IS " Seventeen " Two " and 1 copy of either Arthur's or Peterson's Maga sine, S Two copies of Saturday Courier, and one copy of either Graham'. Magasine or Gooey'. 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Roll and Flour Sulphur, Alcohol, dry aod io oil, Port fweet Wine Imperial Teà tester Starch Liquor*« Rail, Bath Brick, Salera tut, £■* Blue. as- g "«^ Root, NnI^; inboUfe **buk«. Saltpetre, Pepper Sauce. Macuboy Snuff, Scotch «I«, Mace, Iodigo, Fiotaut, v> kuret, £** tor Oil, in boujfla t lonanmon. Friction Matches, Carbon Ammon;. Soda for washing. Mustard. Loudon Cayenne Pepper,' Powdered Nutmeg. De- Cmaämoo, Prussian Blue, Vermillion, Rottea Stone, Ivory Black, Cum Copal, Pawl Brushes, of all sixes, Rose Pink, Lamp Black, British Lustre, Glue of all sort., Gold mod Silver Leaf, Gold and Silver broose, Copper broose, Borax, refined and crude; Calomel, Red Precipitate, Corrosive Sublimate, .Aqua Ammonia, Spirits Nitre Dutcis, Super Carbooate Soda, Tartaric Acid, Epaoip Suits, Laodaoum, Paregovw, Senna, Sulphate Quioioe, Peppermint and all Etaeolial Oils, Gam Myrrh, Cantharides. Gum Tra Peruvian Corks of aH kinds, Sa raa partita. Sponges, coarse and fine. Druggists' Glassware, Vials, Gum Gamboge, Coiocyulh, Parts green. Spa mail Brown. Venetian Red, Sand Paper, Pumice Stone, Tar and Rosin, Japan, Coral, Coach and Harness Varnish, Turkey timber, Terra de Sienna, Red Chalk, Gum Shellac, Bright Varnish, Sash Tools, all sixes. Black Lead. OUMMh Oil nth. MM Bark. wax. Myers beat cbewiag Ti***« ™~g»* out® SïïTdlïïj/"* v r.V;r,i 7 '" 1 >•*— ft OILS. FALL AND WINTER STRAINED. SPERM. LINSE. ED. OLIVE, (OR SWEET.) TvNMbs TRAIN, LARD AND NEATS ol, °L AND TLRFE.NT1M1 "*** SPERM, AND STERINE CANDLES. ' Aberdeen I .Hitt., Feb. 20. i. M. ANDERSON. Mieters' Grcmiinc VEGETABLE PILLS. ■ BEADACI1E—SICK OR NERVOUS.— ■ M Those who have suffered and are weary of suffering with this distressing complaint will find Peters' Vegetable Pills a remedy at once certain and immediate in itseflects. Ooe tingle dose of the pills taken soon at the lieadacbe is felt coining on, will cure it in one hour entirely. At a remedy in trimmer and bowel ramptaùdt they display their wonderful powers to admira tion and are far superior la soy thing in use for I time complaints. , Uytpepria and l.truer Complaint they .land uonvilwdi Jtfany have been cured io a few week, after having suffoied under the dreadful complaint tor MOMS* In habitant cotliotnew they perior to any Vegetable P«H ever brought be fore the public, and one 50 cent box will est ab I iah their surprising virtuos and place them be yond tbe reach of doubt in tbe cstirxstioo of every individus 1JH They are invaluable in nervous and bypnche« dneat affections, foes of appetite, aod all plaints to which females alone are subject. They are mild in their act ion and convey most immediate coovictioo of their utility it . They may be taken by ra of any age. aod the feeble, the infirm the ner roua and delicate are strengthened by their ,*e they clear the system of bed rroa* irritability and mttanably 11, are decidedly su al the first done s, quiet h Upwards of tArve hrmdrvd and •evenly than», and boxet ot the»« inmlimable pill* have been •uld within tbela»t twelve month* in three State* alone, and more than three timet the same quan tity ia other States. ... A* an anti-biliotu medicine no family Mill be without them. A single trial of them ia more satisfactory than a thousand certificate*. In a southern climate, these Pills are admm wtered with uniform succe*». For more than ten yt^.-s the verdict of their efficiency ha* beeo pronouced; and could a p»ry of all they bave relieved hesummooed from the North, the South, the East, and the Wm, millions of voices would be heard io acclamation of their matcl teaa properties. The child and tbe adult—the youth and decrepit old man—both sexes aod all age»— may alike take these Pilla with safety and the certainty of relief. Price lift y cents per box. Be careful to observa that on the cover of each box (in the tin) it stamped "Peter»' Vege table Pills." Peters' Pills for sale, at the Drug Store of J. M. Anderson, Aberdeen. Also W. L. Dugan, Pontotoc, aod on enquiry, will be found sn every town, and at moat of the country stores io this State, Be careful to get Peters' Vegetable Pilla. »R. TYLKK'S VEGETABLE FF.VER AND AGUE PILLS VfflNHE success of these PilU ra curing ra a K few hours, where sli. other remedies hare failed, and that, too. ra cases of twelve and eighteen months standing—warrants tbe asser tion, that, if taken according to the direction*, they are a certaia cure A tons list of certifi cates in proof of their infallibility, added, but those op on ihedirectmns are sufficient Try them and be convinced that they are the mort effectual aod most etrtaw, and the very best remedy erer offered lo tbe public, lo insure a permanent and lasting cure. Having for several years part suffered under repeated attacks of fkilfe and Fever, e.prcially daring tbe fall aod sprrag month*. I was induced to try vartoea remedies, bet nothing teemed tu he effectual until 1 tned Dr. Tyler's Ague Fever Pills, which stopped the chills befi had taken half of tbe box. This wa. over a year since, and I have remained perfectly free from of a return of this mart lusUi GEO. M. WAIT. might be . IgM ore I Baltimore Dec. 12th, 1843. For sale at the Store of J M. And v Dagun. Poo totoc; nod on inquiry can be bad ra all towns and country Stores ra Mississippi. feb. 27—6m. Aberdeen. Also W. J. L. WALTON, JÊTF0MLVBW .J T Æmflü* ABERDEEN, MJ6& Jaa. 33, 1843. J. & W. PINTS i WHOLES A LJÎ AND RETAIL TtN WARE MANUFACTORY, COMMERCE STREET, AUjTjjjijajiii musa. ffflHEY oow have ou hand, aod willcoaslant I Iy keep a large asam tmeat of all article* in I heir line, wbwh thev offer at the im«i reduced prices, and ta winch they invite the atteaiiou of the public. There is ao necessity for -Mer chant« aod other, to go »broad to purchase their Tin-ware, ftc., a* they can be furawbed with a good arnefe at hoTM, on (he moat msoaible Ierroa. Tbry alao maaufactsre a »aperior qual ity of Air Tight Stoves. Bathing-Tuba and Tra Safa*- Guttering for h au« es made aod put up at tba abortert notice, foveriog houses, and all kinds of Sheet Iron Work door to order Feb- 37, 1845. NEW GBODS, WHOLES LE UTIL. T HE undersigned having into their new brick building on Commerce Street, are now opening > Jar« carefully selected stock ufDry (OeeAQra. certes. Hardware, Queensware. Saddlery kc te^wfoch they will be happy to exhibit to their' frisa ris and the public, and to sell os the bum favorable term«, for ci*k, or uu credit iu tku»r u>ko yay punctually. TMr assortment comprises slmost terry ■note required, of which the follow tag a a part. _ AND mam is DRY GOODS. 500 pcs, English, French and .fmericso pr ia <» " bleached sheetiags aod sWlmri. 100 " Kerseys. 50 " Kentucky Jeans. " Linseya. bleach'd 2U ** 40 « Satinet a. 40 * Flannels, all colors. 30 bale* domestics. 10 " Osnaburga, very heavy. I0U0 negro blankets. Su prs. green. Woe inf red Mackinaw do; 50 prs Whitsey do; loyelLer with a choice variety of Silks. Shawls aod fane) goods; Ladle* Bonnet*, Shoes, Hosiery,kc. READY MADE CLOTHING. BOOT?. • SHOES AND HATb. 50 Beaver f loth Caasimere and Bliaket Over Cools; 85 fine cloth do. k ■nbleack'-l Cotton Jess*. IUU pr. cloth, caaoimere, satinet and jeiu pants. 100 velvet, satin. Valencia and cloth vasts. 6 dax muslin shirts. 6 " drawer*. 1« •• SU ip'r plain and Byron shirt collsrs. I*e* Bearer, Silk and Russian hats. " Shoes. " coarse and fine boot*. HARDWARE. 3 »etts Blacksmith, tools, complete. 100 pr Tree ~ ' 500 lbs. Lag 50 dus Carolina Weediig Hoes. 20 M Steal " ~ Grubbing " 10 base# King's, Collins' and Root's axes IS " " » m br'd da I dox Foot Adx. 19 " Rowland's Mill Saw», 6 ft 6j feet, fi " cross cut • " Whip 94 Scythe Blades. 6 Steel Corn ./Villa. 500 Its* Sledge Hammers. 6000 lbs Castings, of every description; ska a large assortment of fine table ettbtr. dlery.and shelf hardware, queemware, joiner toots, glass, paints, mis, ftc. GROCERIES. Suck Salt. Ohio Floor, Rectified Wbwker Rio ft Her ana Coffee, Molasses, Loaf 8u|*i Mackerel, Sperm ( fondles. Bar Soap, Tohaccs Y. H.Tea, Soie aod Upper Leather, Baggiat Rope ft Twme. It. B. Liberal advances made ooCotlm» atone, lo be shipped to our friendt either in M* bile, New Orleans or New York. J. N. WII.IE ft CO Aberdeen, Mi*»., Jan. 28d, 1845. !.. du 15 " ** do a LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST AEJF GOODS, tl 23 per eeat cheaper tkaa eret-Ji yTi:pp t< ii i .k fk bimsuge* at their former stand ea (foaunerc* urn door east of J. R. Eckford fo, take tbi* of informing the cil liens of Aberdee* »" ® surrounding vicinity, that Mr. Bnaioger <•*■ the firm, bar jest returned from Phtladelpb"** New York with« large and well »elected«*^ * Fiuhamabte Sprvtg mat Summer Lw® which they are now receiving and ope*®* ' will he enabled to sell for CASH i»sck than they hare ever bees sold in Ihn ro before. We invite ao examination w MT" ■ by all persons who purchase goods in A<x< art ■ I FOR LA DIES. , Nespobtao >*■ I.egHorn Bonnets, CsbaltK- ami U" ' ^ Muslins, Lawos, Baireges, Balsanne». " ^ Ladies neck ties. Shade* aod Psrsvo/* Gingham*. Prints, Ribboos.Kvd aod "** „ Cord* and Taaaeti, Mohair sitaStlk •** Marsailles and corded SliT*, Hosiery, !«■ tic, Children'« wear, 4c FOR GENTLEMEN. French, English Cloth« *°d Camimerre, Mi^ I qioo Caaainrare*, Drab de Ll.for»* ,nm **' I Smrta, Cravats. Scarfs, Stocks. Kid . •" ' I Glove., Brush Mufs.km and ■ Silk,Gingham aod Car-.brvc Lmbfod*». y. fine stitched aod t rogna Boots, FejP» Skin aod Brogan Shoes, feoey *¥> P" . r^. drilling, Vertrags. Suspeod*" •Jf.J*L K riD umades. Rmufv>adc Cfothtad 7rt*li. Iknm to anv n mi w .i i, we tw r Just received Transparent too numéro. . a meanoo atock before yju pinch.'-, -re - Jf derermiaed L JTgoodn fra# lower than aoy other bouse to The above amortmeo: <* fuuod also *t our Poot 'foc oo«»c ■mV k A herd era, May U4.1845. U/H S.iEh. ir,ifr0.i N. WIUE * CO-, will mH » 4»M J.