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DR DYOT I'VS ANTI-BILIOUS HILLS .
As a family medicine, a mild and gentle! purgative end a purifier of the blood. The eral use of these celebrated Fills throughout thoj United States, for these forty years past, and the I strong recommendations they huve acquired from all classes of our fellow citizens, places them in a much more elevated situation in publie estimation, than any othor remedy which has heretofore been iutroduccd. The following arc among the many diseases for which Dr. Dyolt's celebrated Pills arc 30 deserved ly distinguished for curing. By their counteract ing properties in removing the bilo from the stom ach ‘ they prevent and cure the bilious fever ; chill# or ague and fever ; spring and fall fevers; yellow fever ; billions cholic ; pleurisy ; dysentery; wot ms; hillious vomiting, sirk ami foul stomach. By cleaning the bowels and stomach from all im purities, they restore the loss of appetite, remove flat ulone.y, cure the headache, habitual costivcnc*.*. colds, coughs, asthma, epcliptic fits, hypochondria hysterical complaints, stransgmary, gravel, &c. By a general and copious use they will be fount* very beneficial in curing the rheumatism and gout lumbago or pains in tho back. AM impurities in the blood yield to their happy effects, whether pro ceeding Ironi constitutional ailment or from indis erect intemperance. These celebrated pills have, been used to very great advantage in curing tho dyspepsia or indi gestion. bronchitis, liver complaint, Stc. They are an infallible medicine for Female Com plaints generally, and especially for removing thos>r obstructions which are the source of their ailment at certain periods, they possess the eminent advan tages over most other purgatives, that while tho\ cp rate gently, they produce neither costiveneas debility, or too great excitement. VYhenever there is a orediaposition tr.reroive dis ease from marsh effluvia, or from a too copious iis< of ardent spirits or from a vitiated state of tlie bile th-'io pills will assuredly counteract it. They are highly recommended to travellers, hv sea or land, and may be made use of with safety without change of diet and in situations where n< exercise can he used. They will he found particu larly valuable for preventing diseases incidental t< hot climates, they deterge and cleanse vicid hu mors, open obstructions, and promote the secrelior Of go »d bile, operate as an easy cathartic as a pow erful diuretic, and as a diaphoretic Dr. Dvott, under the strung conviction of th< power of his pills, to relieve the afflicted, rocom mends the use of them to those who are in healtl as well as the afflicted, at least once a fortnight during the Spring and Summer months, in whirl he feel# assured those who attend to his advice wil and the benefit they seek. A bill of directions accompanies ear h box of Pills Take notice—each Box is sealed with red wax stamped with the proprietor’s mat of nrm«, anc' signed T. W. DYOTT, M. D., and T. W. DYOTT. Jr. For solo bv the sole proprietor, at the Foitnfaii Flead, No. 143 No> th Second tirrt. above Rare £ant side, and bv the mos> respectable Druggist? and country Merchant* throughout the Uniter1 States. Special Depot, aithi 4t »n «. A lexande- Duval' A Co., No. 147 Mainstrvd. 'I rhmond. Also, for sale by C. H. HBIN1TSH, Agent,Ports mouth, M. A. Santos, King St Toy. B. F,mer*nn, Robertson St Cornick, W. H. Broughton, Norfolk, and by Drugggiat* generally throughout the Uni ted States. June 7. A PPROVED PATENT MEDICINES.— ZjL I have on hand a largo stock of the most pop ular and approved PATENT MEDICINES, which I will warrant fresh and genuine. The following list contains a portion of my stock. For Coughs, CoUls, tfc. Buchan’s Hungarian Balsam, BrinckerhhfFs Health Restorative. Dr. Wistar’s Balsam of Wild Cherry, Dr. Jayne’s Expectorant, Pease’s Hore hound Candy, Dr. Swayne’a Syrup of Wild Cher ry, Houseman’s German Cough Drops, &c. For Impurities of the Blood. Sands’ Extract Sareaparilla, Swaim’a Panacea, Bull’s Extract of Sarsaparilla, Richardson’s Ameri can Panacea, Dandelion and Tomato Panacea, &c. For Bilious Diseases. Dr. Dyott’a Anti Bilious Pills, Peter’s do.. Lee’s do., Wright's Indian Vegetable do., Sugar Coated do., Moffat’s do., and Brandreth’s do. For Fever and Ague. Rowand’s Imoroved Tonic Mixture, Nash’s Ton ic, Hull’s Ague Pills, Moffat’s Phoenix Pittcrs, Sap pington’s Pills, &c. For IVorms. Fahnestock’s Vermifuge. Hull’s and Sherman’s Worm Lozenges, Jayne’s Tonic Vermifuge, Swaim’s Vermifuge. Worm Tea, &c. Far Diarrhirea and Summer Complaint Bernard’s Diarrhoea Remedy, Jayne’s Carmina tive Balsam, See. For Dyspepsia, 9rc. Houck’s Panacea, Beckwith’s Anti Dyspeptic Pills, Santos’s Alterative and Anti Dyspeptic Pills, he. For Pains tn the Back, Side, ffc. Sherman’s Poor Man’s Plaster, Whiting’s & Well’s Strengthening Plaster. McAllister’s Oint ment, he.. Also Scarpa’s Acoustic Oil for Deafness. Thomp son’s Eve Water for Sore and Inflamed Eves, Har rison’s Specific Ointment, Genuine Harlem Oil, Bateman’s Drops, British Oil, Dalby’s Carmina tive, Jtidkin’s Ointment, Turlington’s Balsam, Godfrey’s Cordial, &c. For sale wholesale and retail hv C. H. HE1NIT8II, Agent. Fresh mineral waters.-we take pleasure in informing the public generally that we have received,and will keep constantly no during the season, a full supply of “ WHITE SULPHUR WATER,” from the celebrated Spring in Greet;, brier County, Va. This water, which has been for several years transported from the White Sulphur Springs, in Greenbrier County, in this State, enjoys great repu tation throughout the. United States, and is now very generally used, and its virtues extolled as a remedial agent in bilious diseases incident to n warm climate, dyspepsia, costiveness, jaundice, chronic, rheumatism, gout, dropsy, in affections of the breast occasioned by disease of the stomach or liver, neuralgia, and nervous diseases in general; • hronic inflamatior of the kidneys and bladder, and nrethia ; piles, scrofula and erup'ions. or other affections of the skin ; ill-conditioned ulcers, mer curial diseases, Sic. Sic., all of which is attested by the highest names in the medical profession, and many others who have for years used this water, both at and when removed/bom the fountain. SARATOG A WATER, from the Congress, Union, Pavillion and Iodine Springsin New York,in quart and Dint l*ottlc«. CHALYBEATE MINERAL WATER, an active and lasting Tonic. A general view of the analvsis of this water, will show that it stands the first in rank of the highly concentrated •• Chalyheates,”_ consequently it acts as a Tonic, increasing the strength of the system, raising the force of circu lation, giving tone to the degistive organs, nug meriting the muscular vigour, and promoting the excretions; it is of course advantageously employed in those diseases in which Iron is principally used, such as Amenorrhea, Chloroni», some states of Me norrhagia, T,*ncorrhen. Dnevepeia, Scrofula and ca tion» form1 of Chronic Debility. %*Theonly Agent* for Wm. B. Cst-wri.t, pro prietor of the “ White Snlpher Spring,” are M. A. • ANTOS Norfolk, and CHAS. H. HE1NIT.8H, Agent, High street, 4th door below Middle, July 2 Portsmouth. Va. A n BfILS 01 NHand CORm AL in store and fo TO sale by J081 AH WILLS Mar 7 F BRANDT AND H. Of N — 2 qr casks V. • Brandy, 4 pipes II. Gin. For «ale low by Nov 7 WILLS & CO \r v itv socks. \ few do* pair* of Country I Net SOCKS. For sale br Oct JW THOS BROOKS, .lr rpRA !—Gunpowder, Imperial and Black TF. VS, A of superior quality. For sale by Oct an THOS. RROOKS. lr WHISKEY.—60 bbls momently expected, for sate by WILLS k CO. MOL is*ES.—15 bids New Orleans, iThhd* Wsst India. For sal* l*w by N** 7 WILLS A FA Drugs & medicines, wholesale ANI> RETAIL.—C. H. HEIMTSlf, Agent, li.is recently received from the Northern Cities extensive supplies of Medicines, Chemicals, Perfu mery. Dye St ufTt. Dye Wood.-, Paints, Oils, Win dow Glass, Patent Medicines, Garden Seeds, To bueco. Sc gars, Snuff, &e , &e.. to which they would respectfully call the attention of the Public gene rally, rite following List contains a portion o* their Stock, which they will sell upon as goo. terms as any Store in Virginia. MEDICINES. English and American Calomel, Sulphate Qui nine, Gum Aloes, Gum Camphor, Arrowroot, Peru vian Bark. Pearl Barley, English Calcined Mngne sia, Blue Pill Mass, Sulpli. Morphia. Powdered Ja lap, Powd. Ipecac, Rhubarb, Super. Carb. Potass Castor Oil, Super. Carb. Soda, Gum Arabic, Gum Tiagacauth, Cinnamon, Sp Nitre, Hals. Copaiva Antimo. Wine, Opium, Liquorice, Floris. Camo mile, Corrosive Sublimate, Aqua Ammonia, Tar taric Acid, Epsom Salts, Laudanum, Senna, Oi Peppermint and all essential Oils. Quicksilver Magnesia, Manna, Roll and Flour Sulphur, Alco hol, Borax, refined and crude, Red Precipitate Gum Myrrh, Cantliarides, Gum Tragacauth, Sar saparilla. Sponges, Vials, &c. PAINTS,OILS AND GLASS. Wintlow Glass of all sizes and qualities, Whitt Load, dry and in oil. Red Load, Litharge, Spirit! Turpentine, Putty, Whiting. Verdigris, dry and ii oil, Chrome Green.Chrome Yellow, Yellow Ochre Prussian Blue, Vermillion, Rotten Stone, Ivor} Black, Gum Copa', Paint Brushes, all sizes, Host Pink, Lamp Black, British Lustre, Gold anti Silvei Leaf, Copper Bronze, White Chalk, Spanish Brown Venetian Red, Sand Paper, Pumice Stone, Japan Copal. Coach and Harness Varnish, Turkey Um her. Terra de Sienna, Bed Chalk, Gum Shellac Bright Varnish, Sash Tools, all sizes, Black Lead &c. SUNDRIES. Cochineal, Nutmegs, Mace, Cloves, Cinnamon Allspice, Isinglass, Gum Arabic, Turkey, Oil Boses Vanilla Beans. Tor.quin Beans, Coriander Seed Ctrraway Seed, Annisecd, Pear I ash, Saleratus White Jamaica Ginger, East India Ginger, Pepper Superior Spanish Segars, Starch, Liquorice Ball Bath Brick, Fig Blue. Powdered Ginger Root, Al um, Olive Oil, in bottles and baskets. Refined Salt potre, Macabov Snuff. Scotch Snuff Indigo, Castih Soap. Cloves, Castor Oil. in bottles. Alcohol. Frir tion Matches. Carbonate Ammonia. Soda ror Wash ing, Loudon Mustard, Cayenne Pepper, kc , &<-. The Subsceibers take this method of rcturnitu their sincere thanks to the Citizens of Portsmouth Gosport, and the neighboring Counties, for the pat ronage so liberally extended towards them, an. confidently assure them that every exertion will b< made on their part to merit a continuance of tin same. PHYSICIANS* PRESCRIPTIONS and FAMILY RECEIPTS compounded of the purest ingredient! with accuracy and despatch. Orders from Country Merchants. Physicians an. others, promptly and neatly executed, and the pri cessuch a8 will eive entire satisfaction. ■Artie.tea sold at Inis Establishment warrant ed Fresh and Genuine. _ C. II. HEINITSH, Agent. OREAT DISCOVERY IN THE HEAL \ ART*—Important to invalids and friend* of the sick.—Medicine, however efficacious, basal ways been taken with dissatisfaction hy the sick owing to its unpleasant nature. Hence it has eve. been the study of all great physicians to disguise it> nauaeous taste. Hut their etforis have never been crowned with complete success. It was left lor Dr I Smith to accomplish. Having given the subject his I unremitting attention for nearly two years, hr has, ! after spending a considerable amount of money I produced a medicine which, while it is every way agreeable to the palate, is sure to triumph over DIS 1 EASE and all opposition, ami to repay him for hi , devotion to the improvement of medical science DR. G. BKNJ. SMITH’S [SUCAR COATED] “IMPROVED INI). VEG. PILLS.” Arc tiie result of his labor. TheireflWts.and the general favor with which they have been received in all parts of the United States, warrant the pro prietors in the declaration that “they are the great eat improvement in medicine ever known. Unlike nl other pills, these neither gripe, produce nau.sen noi ani/ other unpleasant sensation, while they are »< poujer/W as it is possible for a medicine to be, ao< he HARMLESS. Forsalebv _ C. H. HEIMTSH, Agent C F’S 11KA LI’II Ri V..'. STORA 11 VE.—This medicine is a safe and certain cure in complaints of the Liveraml Lungs Consumption, Liver Complaint, chronic nnd Rerrrc Coughs and Colds,are almost immediately relieved and ultimately cured by a faiti.ful use of the Re storative. Dr. Chilton, the eminent practical ebern ist and physician of New York, attaches his eer tinratc stating its entire vegetable composition, af ter lie had made a careful analysis. It is wlndlv devoid of any irritating property, and manifests s< decided healing and purifyingqualities as ta quirk ly alleviate the most aggravatingrough and cliangr the morbid expectoration. Pains in the chest am side, so often attendant on Lung Complaints an effectually removed without the least inconvenience theseatof the difficulty being read, cd much quickei than any external application. From the repula lion ol this medicine in New York, where it h.af been sold for some yrarp, the most indubitable tes timony is given to its merit. Certificates bay, been literally showered in on the proprietor from the best sources, and stating the eases of person' raised even when given up hy their physician — rhe fart of no one single instance of dissatisfaction known or expressed, is a strong guarantee of its merit The following certificate is from Dr. Chil ton, the well known Ncw-York chemist. “ 1 hit*’'’ analyzed a bottle of medicine called ‘C HrinekerhofTV Health Restorative'; and find that it dors not contain Mercury, or any other metallic preparation, nor opium in any of its forms. It is composed of vegetable matter entirely." Jambs R. Chilton, M. D. C. BRINCKERIIOFF. „ . . Proprietor, N. Y For sale, by C. H. HEINITSH, Agent, Ports mouth, Va. Tc'V ■ Y ARTICLES «fc PERFUMERY 1 Ladies, I would most rcspcctfullv call your at tention to my assortment of FANCY A RTICI.FS and PERFUMERY, which is perhaps the largest and richest ever before offered for sale in this place comprising almost every article both useful and ornamental necessary for the Toilet, of which the following is a part— Ladies’ Caprices, a new and beautiful article Perfume Cushions, put up in splendid stvle ’ Cosmetic Cream, the best article ever offered for shopped hands. he. It possesses the most extraor dinary healing qualities and is the best cosmetic ever known for imparting a delicate softness to the skin, and preserving It from chopping Philocome, the best preparation for the Hair now in use. Rose Scented Toilet Powder, very sunerior Taylor’s Chrvstaline Soap, 7 P ’ Together with the largest assortment of Cologne Water, Florida Water, and Soaps of superior qual itv, of every description of Pet fume. Preston Salts Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes, Hair Brushes, Supe rior Tooth Powder. Beef Marrow Pomatum Pa tcy’s Celebrated Cold Cream, he, OtJhCall in and examine for vonrselves C. II. HFJNITSH, Agent, July 7 High st., 4'h door from Middle. PA PER HANGINGS AND BORDER. ING.—We have for sale a large stock of p x PER HANGINGS and BORDERING, whirl. £ will sell very low. Persons in want of either of the above articles will please give us a call before purchasing elsewhere. W. II. H. HODGES h CO We have also just received a hit of healifill rilfP SCREENS, which we are selling very low March 31 y ’ *TlIRWllfOODT ThTnrafii val uable collection of Hooks. Stationary and Fancy Articles ever exhibited here.viz- 7* School Books of the most approved kind A fine assortment of WritingPaper Ink. Steel Pens. Quills, Wafer*, he., Mnsicsl Instrumr-ntsofvarionskinris ri>rvr><»n Handsome Walking Car.es. Riding Whios h?' A lot Of beautiful uullarr, embracing some of Rodgers ssrrpertor Pocket Knives. and the greatest variety of fancy articles,all at cheaper prices that. evr; ... home* *' co March It Dr. Upham’s Vegetable Electuary I A certain Cure for the Piles. #> Although th« Klkcthahy was originally prepared far the rure of Piles, yet IVoni Ms modus operand!, or mode of operating, and from extensive personal aiqili’ca tion, it has proved itself to lie a Medicine far superior to all others, in all Diseases of an liiflauiinatorv character, with a determination of blood to any particular part or organ. In Inflammation and Congestion of the l.irer and Spleen; Inflammation, Soreness and Ulceration of the Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys and Bladder; in Inflammatory and .Mercurial Hheumutisin. and all Affections arising from the imprudent or injudicious use of .Mcrcuru; in all cases where the lllood is powerfully determined towards the Head, it is the best Medicine ever discovered. For all Impuri'its of the Blood, arising from any source what ever, and for all Diseases of the Skin, it is unrivalled, clearing and improving it in the most remarkable man ner. In Palpitation of the Heart. Pain in the Side, and Oppression about the Chest; in .Morbid and Biliary Cun dittons of the Stomach, producing Sick llend-achc ; in short, in all cases wherr a Cathartic or Physic is re quired, the Electuary will lie found Pilly equal, if not superior, to any other; and espcci lly to those subject to Piles, it will prove an invaluable Physic, as it operates without irritation, which is not the case with most of the purgatives now in use, particularly Powders or Pills containing Aioes, the use of which will invariably re turn the complaint. A. I,'PHAM, M.D. Sole Proprietor, Bowrryr, New York. T. W. DYOTT dc-SONS, General WIioDsnl* Agents, 13£ Nor(lx Second Street, Plxlla* dexplxlu. Special Depot, at the Store ol Alexander Du vall & Co., No. IW M in street, Richmond. Also, fin sale liy CHARLES II. HEINll'SH, Agent, Portsmouth, M. A. Samoa, King & Toy, R. Emerson, Robertson & Cot nick, Win. H. Broughton, Norfolk, tml by Druggists gene rally through,>m the United Stairs. GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY For Coughs, Colds, Asthma, and Consumption. riMIE GREAT AN1> ONLY REMEDY for Cold., 1 touch.. Asthma, and CONSUMPTION, i. the HUN GARIAN BALSAM OF LIFE, discovered by the cele brated Dr. Buchan, of London, England, and introduced Into the United State, under tlie immediate superiutend anee of the inventor. The extraordinary success of this medicine, in the cure of Pulmonary disear's, warrants the American Agent in soliciting for treatment'the WORST POS SIBLE CASES that can •>*■ found in the community case. that »eek relief ir. rain ftoin any of the common remedies of tlie day. end have been given up by the mo.t distinguished Physicians as CONFIRMED AND INCURABLE. The Hungarian Balsam Iris cured, nnd will cure, the MOST DESPERATE OF CASES. It is no quack nostrum, but a standard English medicine of known and established efficacy. Every family in the United States should he supplied with Buchan's Hungarian Balsam of Life, not only to counteract the consumptive tendencies of the climate, but to be used as a prev . itivo medicine in all cases of Colds, Coughs, Spittiiq Ulood, Pain in the Side and Chest, Irritation and of the Lungs, Bronchitis, Difficulty of Breathing. Hectic Fever, Night Sweats, Emaciation and General Debility, Asthma, Influenza, Hooping Cough, and (.’roup. *> Sold in large bottles, at %\ per bottle, with Aill direc tions for the restoration of Health. Pamphlets, containing a mass of English and Ameri can certificates, and other evidence, showing the un equalled merits of this ('real English Remedy, may b« obtained of the Agents, gratuitously. DAV1I) K. BRADI.ee, sole Agent for the United States, 119 Court street Boston. T. W. DYOTT t HrtNS, General Wholesale Acentn. No. 132 North Second street, Philadelphia. Special Depot, lit tlie Store oi Alexatidcr^Dti vnll & Co., No. 147 Main street, Richmond. Also, for sale by CHARLES II. HEJNITSH, Agent, Portsmouth, M. A. Santos, King- & Toy, B. Emerson, Robertson& Cornirk, Win. H. Broughton, Norfolk , and by I4r uggists gen erally throughout the United States. 03" S EC R ET DISEA 8 KN.-CQ TA RR A NT’S COM PO U N D. A pleasant, safe and certain cure for all cases of (;***»»*»* anf| (;***#* In consequence of the many useless Mixtures and Pills rc' comniended for these trouble some complaints, it is neces sary publicly to announce (bat (his preparation is the best known for the immediate removal of these diseases.— ‘Tauuant’s Compound’cures where Pills, Drops, Elec"Ul rica, t'opaibi, Nitre and liar lctn Oil will have no effect.— It is therefore recommended —- as th« first remedy to be tried in all rases, for when recent, ONE BOX GENE RALLY PRODUCES A PERMANENT CURE It is put up in a neat portable form, tasteless, and does not impair digestion. %* To prevent mistakes and to procure the Gen uine, it is sold only by his regularly appointed Agents. >1. A Santos, Norfolk, and at the Drug Store, High street. •* doors below Middle, ny CH AS. II. HEINTITSH. Agent, (Member of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Chemistry.) A fresh supply of Copaiba Capsules,—Also, Pre mium Capsules, warranted : Pure Copaiba Balsam and Oil Cubebs. July 31 FOR THE LADIES!—MUFFS! MUFFS!! MUFFS ’ ! ! The Laoies arc invited to rail at iny Store and examine a lot of beautiful MUFFS, just opened, consisting of a variety, both of quality and prices. R. BELL, Nov 6 High street, Portsmouth. SUPERIOR BOTTLE CORKS. — 30 grocc I Vr superior BO 1 FLE CORKS just receive*! and for sale at the Drug Store, High street, 4th door b« low Middle. Aug 16 CHAS. H HEINIT8H. Agent. OLD RYE WHISKEY.-60 bids Old R^c W liiskey, for sale on consignment, and ran be sold low. ( Aug 21) J. WILLS L ADRANT.N from tlx* bear I>ondon makers at various prices. Also Say Glasses, Gunter’s Seales, Bowditehes* Navigators, Coast Pilot. A large assortment of the most approved and latest Charts, just received aad for sale at low prices by Ah*» C. IIALI. It CO. rXTRA SUPERIOR.- lORntts m r I j borne Sons” sun eure-t No. 1 Tobacco, pm up expressly for this market, and cost #30 2ft in the 'eaf. Just r*««ivs<i sail for sale bv m»iiH ttttt.1 PROPOS A US for issuing THE NORTH CARO LINA STANDARD, semi-weekly.—The un d« rsigucd pro pose j to publish The North Caroli na Stanhaud alter the first of February, ISIO. twice a week. Many democrats, in various quar ters of the State, desire this, and it is believed it can be done, if exertions nrc made in its behalf among the democratic party generally. The im portance of such an issue is, it soeiris to the under signed, too apparent to require arguments in its favor. A semi-weekly paper ought surely to be sustained by the democratic party of the State, (a patty which casts 40,000 votes.) especially as the Federalists have two Seini-weeklies, in addition to two papers to our one in the State. Think of this, democrats, and of the influence which such publi cations must inevitably exert upon the public mind. The Weekly Standard will he published as heretofore, and, the undersigned flatters himself, will be much more interesting and valuable than it is at present. It will rontain at least eight col twins more of reading matter than it does now. TERMS: The Semi-weekly Standard will he published at I*our Dollars, it paid withir. the first three months, or Five Dollars, if delayed beyond that period ; and the weekly Standard at Three Dollars per annum, payable in advance. Both the Weekly and Semi-Weekly will he print ed at the present size, on fine paper and with new type Subscriptions to both papers arc most re spectfully and earnestly solicited ; and subscribers (.» the present paper, who are willing to take the Semi- \N eekly instead of the Weekly, will please inform the undersigned of the fact, by fetter or Otherwise, on or belere the 8th of January, 1816. „ W. W. HOLDEN. Raleigh. Nov. 18, 1845.—Nov 22 GREATLY REDUCED PRICE-FROM ft* TO $3 PER ANNUM. SINGLE COPY 25 CENTS. PROSPECTUS OF THE NEXT (or 17th) VOL. npHE price of ihe Democratic Review has here 1. toforc been too high—not for its size, cost, ami * character, but for the means of tens of thousands of renders who would be glad to receive it, and among whom it is highly desirable that it should circulate. For the purpose therefore, of largely widening the range of its usefulness, and of multi plying the numheis of those to whom it may he ac cessible, ii has been determined, simultaneously wiili the great reduction in Ihe expense of the po«t Rgc. to reduce its subscription price also, from Fire to only 7'/tree dollars ; anil when several unite in subscription, to as low as £2 50, or even $2 30 pet annum. This very large reduction in the receipts (accom panied with hut a comparatively small diminution of its expenses) involves, of coinsc, an entire sac rifice of profit upon it. unless compeasated by a vast multiplication of its subscribers. There will he at the outset only a small reduction in its num ber of pages ; soon to he restored to its old number, without increase of price, when the anticipated' success of the experiment shall justify it. The Portraits of Distinguished Democrats will he continued —engraved in better and more cosily style than heretofore The Postage will hereafter, for any distance, lie only /ice and a half cents ; it has heretofore been, for over 100 miles, eighteen cents. We look for an extension of circulation to be reckoned by tens of thousands, as the result and compensation of this great reduction of price.— Every friend of the work, and of Ihe Democratic, principles and cause, is confidently appealed to to exert himself with an active interest to procure it subscribers; both to extend its usefulness, and to carry it successfully through the crisis of this great reduction of its receipts. Those who have paid in advance for the coming year, will receive it, at the reduced rate, for a year and a half. TERMS HENCEFORWARD. (INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.) Single copy, - £3 00 I Eight copies, - £20 00 Four copies, - 11 00 | Thirteen “ . 30 00 It will thus be seen that when thirteeu copies are ordered at once, the price is brought down to about £2 30 each. For six months, half these rates. These rates afford high inducements to agents and others to interest themselves to procure- sub scribers. The cash system and payment in advance must be uncompromisingly adhered to. The pan relaxa tion of it has caused an accumulation of not far from £40.000 of debts rloe to the work. Hereafter, this must he wholly reformed ; nor most cither the most eminent political friend, or the most intimate personal one, be displeased on experiencing its ap plication, in the stoppage of ;heir numbers, if they neglect this rule ; the vital necessity of which, at the present reduced rates, must he obvious to all. No communications will be taken from the Post Office unless free of postage. All communications, both on editorial and pub lishing business, must be addressed henceforward o the undersigned. Those relating to the settle ment of the past debts due the work will he still addressed to Vlr. H. G. Langley, * As tor House, the past arrangements with whom, as publisher, have reached their termination J. L. O'Sullivan, July, 1S45. 136 Nassau street, New York. LAST LIKENESS OF GENERAL JACKSON. The admirable Daguerreotype of General Jack son. taken l>y Anthony, Edwards it Co., a few weeks before his death, has been purchased for the use of the Democratic Review. It is in the hands of (he artist, anil will be engraved in the finest Style of mezzotint, of extra size. It is a most beautiful and interesting work, declared by Mr. Van Htircn and others to trivc a more perfect idea of the good and great old man than any other likeness; and ought to be possessed and framed by every friend who loves or reveres bis memory. Those who sub scribe early will receive it as one of the regular se ries of Portraits. TO THE DEMOCRATIC PRESS. Our friends of the Democratic Press arc requested to interest themselves in aiding to carry the work safely and successfully through the crisis of this (Treat reduction of price. Every Editor ‘inserting this prospectus, with an edito-iaf notice, (and scuff ing a copy of the paper marked,) shall receive the Review for a year. Au r lfi 01 LS ! OILS!! OILS!!!—Just received a ful supply of the following OILS, fee. 70 gallons Purified Lard Oil, 80 do Pure Linseed Oil, 73 do Pure Sperm Oil, (a fine article.) 105 do Fish Oil, (clean,) 80 do Patent Refined Alcohol, Also, Wetherill’g Pure White Lead, Copal Var nish, Chrome Green, Ground Verdigris, Chrome _Vellow, Vermillion, Chrome Red, Lamp Black, Turpentine. Glass a d Putty, fee., fee., all of whirl! will be gold at the lowest prices at the Drug Store, Sign ol the Big Mortal, Fligh street. Nov 21 CHAS. H. HEIN1TSH. Agent. NEW ROOKS. —The Author's Daughter: a talc, by Mary Howilt—price 12.) cts Amaory; a tale, by E. P. —price 25 cts No. 3 Morse’s Ccrographic Mips,containing Maps of Pennsylvania, California, Illinois, and North Carolina No. 3 Illustrated Wandering Jew No 42 Pictorial Bible. Nov is W. H H HODGES k CO. BA LTIMORE REEF-—Corned Beef, Choirs Pieces, put up expressly for family use. For sale by THUS. BROOKS, Jr, Nov 18 BUTTER A IVD CHEESE—20 kegs prime Goshen Butter, 30 boxes prime Goshen Cheese. Just received and for sale by Nov 7 WILLS fe ro. P HBWIWO TOBACCO.-* ho<««of suMrior quality, just received, and which esn be re commended, T. BROOKS Jr Nov 20 ’ C°.iSrJ5P JFCHLL cottoi».-w« bNV; received thrs day a large assortment of (’Of OURED SPOOL COTTON, embracing everV cob O,,£or JOHN COCKE fe Co. w v «■ ttR*N 60 of BLACK PEAS, for Stock. For sale by "or »• T. BROOKS, Jr. PROPOSALS For publishing in 4he City n| Washington, a new daily, semi-weekly, „nd weekly, Democratic Republican paper , to be « mi tied THE UNITED STATES JOURNAL b* Jesse E. Dow & Co. _ ’ ' '•’be fi-t number of our new paper will be issued on the first day of May next, with an entire new drees— new type, hne white paper, with other iin_ portant alterations and improvements. The pnper will he devoted ton fearless exposition of Demo cratic principles; it will sea Ions I y and unremit tingly oppose each and every cflort to establish n mammoth monarchy bank and other mischievous corporations and consolidations of wealth, which subvert the rightsof the people and undermine th« pillars of the Rebuhlic; it will oppose an oppr««. sive nn<l anti-republican tariff system, the assump tion of the State debts by the General Government and nil other federal principles which have an in.’ evitable tendency to destroy public prosperity ns well as individual happiness. Against all sucli po litical delusions, we shall wage unchanging, un compromising war. The Farmer and the Mechanic who produce all the real capital of the nation, will find in our pa per an unwavering champion of their innliennble rights; the loner cherished principles of the eilj. tors are too well known to the public to trqujle any pledge upon this point. To the Miscellaneous Department particular attention will he devoted • the Ladies will always find in our columns a choice selection from the current literature of the day, a. well as original contributions from the most tala ented writers of which our cauntrv css boast. \ general summary of Foreign and'Domestic new , will be furnished. The cotiduclots have already secured th« aid and compel ation ol a large number of the most distia. guished literary and political writers of the day j arrangements will also be made, at tbe earliest pc’ riod possible, to embellish our columns by the con tributions of cor respondents from abroad. With this brief and imperfect outline of our plan, wc very respectfully submit our claims loan exten sive patronage to the consideration of a generous public. THEOPH1LUS FISK, ) *. JESSE E. DOW, $ Editors TERMS: Daily pnper by the year, in advance, - #10 10 “ “ F>r less than a year, #1 per month. 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The Constitution is devoted to the support of the principles of that instrument from which it borrow* the name, and opposes whatever is not sanctioned »7 if; It considers a National Bank—a Protcc tive I artll—Internal Improvements by the General Go vernment—Distribution of the proceeds of the sales of the Public Lands—Assumption of the debts of trie Scales—Abruption of Ihe Kxecutive Veto— an unconstitutional an I inexpedient. On the great and vital Question in all Governments—Taxation— ii will advocate as heretofore the imposition of du ties, for revenue alone—opposing* a tariff for pro tcclion as unjust, oppressive, and unconstitutional. * e hope to make the paper worthy of the con fidence and snpportof the Democratic party of Ma ryland and of tbs country. It shall be the faithful expositor of their principles, and the ever ready medium to ccnvsy their sentiments and wishes to the public.. The Democratic cause is the cause of tr uth and justice. It courts the light. It shuns no investigation. And we are determined to see whether a paper, conducted with a devotion to the principle!, rather than to the men, of our party—to further the great cause of human progress, rather than the mere advancement of particular individu , s Wl*‘ |*°* commend itself to the confidence and favor of the people. It is known that, in our political principles, we are entirely and thoroughly Democratic. Of this, we trust that we have already afforded sufficient evidence ; and that we have also given some ear nest of the temper and spirit with which we sustain our principles aad opinions. Believing that the present Administration will taithlully carry out the principles and the policy of the Democratic party, we shall continue most cor dially and earnestly to support all its measures tending to thin end. Its action in regard ro Tex as, Oregon, the Tariff, and the Independent Treas ury, so far as they have been developed, has been in accordance with the policy of the party that placed them in power; and we have not a doubt, that all will be satisfied that every thing has been done that could be done, to insure successful results to these great measures. The daily paper will be published at the very low rate ol si* dollars a year, payable in advance, or two cents a number ; the weekly at two dollar* a year, payable invariably in advance. Washington, Nor. 24, 1845. WII. H. IIODGE8 Ac CO., have just re • ccived the following NEW MUSIC. The celebrated River Waltz, The Miller’s Maid Waltz, Havemeycr’s Grand March, Love Not Waltz, I ne Three Sisters Walters, I'm still thine own, by J. H Hewitt “ We’re out upon the Moonlight Ware,” Castle Garden or Almack’s Waltz Ia.w waved the Summer Woods, Sutton’s Quickstep, ” Here’s a Health to thee Mary,” Celebration Quickstep, The Gabrielis Walts, riney Point Waltz, ” Let us lovo one another,’ Mary of Argylc, ‘‘\V hen slumber’s pinions over me play,” ''Sweet is the thought, the Promise Sweet.” ‘‘Hark! Hark! the Soft Bogle.” Woman’s Heart, Amid the Greenwood smiling) An elegiac impromptu Fnntasid, by II. P. Heim ich. The Bridal Bells, Beeswings & Fish, bv Deilman, The Hunter’s Song, by Gustave Blessncr, The Hunter’s Wife, by H. C. Ball, The La*t Song of Saphos, The Harlem Waltz, ” He never said he loved,” The Captive Knight, for the Guitar, Cumberland Guards’ Quickdep, Cuba March, Colombia, the Land of the Brave, Could I hush a father's sigh. Cape May Gallopade, Celesiina Walts, Chateau en Espague, Come, Come Aw»y, * social glee. My GaPant Love returns, March D’Amuonri, Flowe ,f Horne Waltz, Rose Gerannum Walts, Lilly ot the valley Walt*. Last Greeting, Potomac Wap*,* ” I hasten to the shads of thy Bswsr .** Tyrol*** M«k>die*. A*g It