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General Advertiser
Palatine Iron Foundry,
Opposite Fairmont, I Vi.
I WILL CASTINGS,
COOK/JV& STOVES,
PLOUGHS, ORATES,
ami every other variety of Costings
that aro likely to be needed in an ng- j
riculturu! and manufacturing cominu-:
nity?all made of the best metal, und ;
warranted. I
The slib?crtber? are truly thankful
for the flattering: patronego already
?enjoyed by their establishment?and
will use their best exertions to render
?Batiafactiou in every resjioct.
COOPER It MORRISON.
TtilatinO'a. November 24, 1653. Sm
TOSELLONTHE ELECTION!
The Noiv York Cheap Variety Store 11
THIS ii safe betting, becauso you get more
than the worth of your money all tho time.
Wo continuo to sell Goods "just Tor the fun
of the. thing," and chcaper than ever, anti will
continue to ofierfor ?ale, before and after the
election, the most desirable (election of Good*
we have yet exhibited to our customers and
the public. Wo have every variety of Ladies'
and Gentlemen's
DRESS QOODS,
Which we are sure will meet the wan la and suit
the tastes of this community. We challenge
?competition! and pledge ourselves to merit
tbe custom of tjjose who call upon us, by fair
dialing and selling Cheap Goods.
Our stock of Ready-Made Clothing is
complete, and cheap as usual. Such an assort
ment, particularly of Boy's Clothing, cannot
be found in Western Virginia, nor as cheap
tjiis side of Baltimore. ,
A fine stock of GROCERIES, such as
Teao, a great variety of .fine CoiTee, Sugar, Mo
lueses, &c., merits the attention of every one.
The Ladies will find our Teas very desirable.
Always oa hand, our usual variety of No
tions, &c. Consult votir own interest, always,
byxalling on cheap tidet and buying your Goods
?f CARR, SMITH fit CO.
Siorgantown, Oct. 23, 1S52. 167::tf.
September 38, 1853.
F. A. DER1NG & CO.,
HAVE thi? day received their Fall and
Winter Stock of Goods, consisting of
PRY OOODB,
GROCERIES.
m
HARDWARE,
BOOTH k SHOES,
HATS fc BONNETS.
Together with Salt, Iron, Nails, Stone
Ware, &c., &c. We wish it to be under
f tood, distinctly, that we will not be un
dersold by any merchant in town or coun
ty
- Thankful to our old friends for past pat
Tonagp, we respectfully solicit a contmu
ancoof their custom. To all we would
fay, cell and examine our chpap stock of
New Goods. F. A. DERINu & CO.
? Sept. 28,1852. 164-tf. i
RAIL ROAD LINE.
New Arrangement from Morgantown
to Fairmont.
1TAGES leave Morgantown daily for Fair- j
^nont, at 7 o'clock, A. M., connecting with
r-v?t?-?&?&? UkHimore and Ohio Kail Road.
Leave Fairmont daily at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
after the arrival of the cart, for Morgantown,
[ connecting with the Stages for Uniontown and
Srownsvitfe, Pa.
G. R. RKMINGTON, Agent.
PepL 27th, 1S52. 164-tf.
^INSURANCE COMPANY
>F THE VALLEY or VliiGINIA.
Cnpltal $50,000. Willi power to Increase
It to 9200,04)0.
THIS.COMPANY, having been July
organised, is now reedy to receive
applications an.! issue Policies, and oilers
to the citizens of Virginia the inducement
of n home Company for the safe insurance
of all kinds of Properly, Merchandize, tfc.,
at fair and eqitable rates.
The Directors assure the public that
this Company will be conducted with a
view to permanency, anil on the strictest
principles of equity, justice, and a close
regar.) to economy "and the safety of the
insured. ?
President,?Jos. S. Carsoh,
Secretary,?C. S. Fonk.
Actuary,?0. B. Bresbec.
Direciorsj?Jos. S. Carson, Jas. P. Kie
,ly, Wm. L. Clark, Jas. H. Burgess, Lloyd
Lognn. John Kerr, N. W. Richardson.
B7"0fHce on Picoadilla Street, near the
Valley Bank, Winchester, Va.
H. E. Smith, Agent, Moiganlown, Va.
Sept. 11,1S52. 161-tf.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
John Hoye's Exocuior, J
VS. >
Jehu E. Bucklew.Jcc. J
I, Joseph Brown, Coratrtissioner of (he
Circuit Court of Preston county, in this
c>U8u, will sell to the highest bidder, be
fore 4h? front door of the Court-house in
Kingirooil, on the 2d Monday of Febru
ary. next, (being Court <lay) the tract of
- Land in tiie bill ant) eihibiti mentioned in
. ?aid cause, upon a credit of 6, 13 arid 18
? months, taking bond and good security
from the purchaser, with interest from day
ul sale. JOSEPH BROWN.
Nov. 25, 1852. 173-2mo.
JfEW ARRIVAL AT SHEAN'S.
JOHN K. SHEA.V has just received
at his Cheaji Variety Store, Gold and Sil
ver Watches, a fine assortment of Clocks,
Jewelry, Spectacles, Spoons, and almost
everything in the notion way. Also, n
tine lot of Glassware,
Grocerici, Confection/tries, Spr.
Cofl'ee, Tea, Sugar, Molasses, Cheese,
&c., which are going oil at prices remark
ably low,
Mor.nintown, Va., Dec. 4,1855.
Glnnsware, Olntmirnre.
A largo lot, in great variety, just
receivod and fur lalo at the Now York Cheap
Variety Store of
Curr, Smith If Cy.
PJniMcd Oil, Tiiriicutiiie,
While Lead ; Cast, Shear, American and
English Blister Steel; Wheatley's Chop
-Vin? A?e?, Haichels, Adaes, Drawing
Knivej and ChUsels,?? g?i' ??PI'')' f?;
?vie ?t the Emporium.
J.izitB & FLSMina.
Casl#r Oil, by the Imrrul or doion,
Fo/S.lebr H. If, CAHR k CO :
1SW: . ,
Julius Birii,
William Ciip'Xtt. AlpheosCuppett, John
< ('iioi*ii. Uuciiulu Cup(>ett, Nancj Cup
ft,id Cuppett, d""iel cu?pel1, h.?
,R Cnppell. l???c Cuppett, Henry Har
rison Ci'MFll. and William and Harrison
Cuppeit. Administrate* of Danwltuppeli,
,l'l'e"'e'1, IN CHANCERY.
The object of ttiis suit '8 10 obtain tin
appointment uf u CnminiMioner o ex?.
cite..led on behalf -f iho ??W defc?d
??.s in the cowptajiianl for IBS acr. s.of
Land in the comity aforesaid. Ami the
said John S., I,uciii4a, Daniel ami H no
Harrison Cuppett, not being resife" "[
this Stat?, tlwv aw therefore h? u b> re
quired to sppear here within one month
after due publication of this order, and do
what is necessary to protect their uileiesu
In this suit. gjiJxS?RANk! Clerlt.
Wm. G. Brown & Co., CumplV Counsel.
Dec. 11, 18&2. 17*:5t._
?Virginia? .
At Hole, held in the Clerk's Office of
the Preston County Court, ou the ur?t
Monday in December, 1812 :?
Henty Warder,
Thomas H. Meighen, Dennis Meighen and
""^n"'assumpsit.
The object of this suit is to recover
from the defendants damages to the amount
of $9't 72 for a debt due by account.
And the said Dennis Meighen and Jo
senh Fraiitz not being residents or this
State, they are therefoje hereby required
to appear here within one month after < ne
publication of this unlet. ?* *? ?>?i ?
necessary to protect their interests in this
o.iii A cony.? lesie.
. SMITH CRANE, Clerk.
G. Cresap. Pl'lfs. Alto.
Dec. 11, 1852. l74-M
NOTICE.
? 07" Persons indebted to the undersign
ed for Millinery, Maiilua.work, &c_, a c
respectfully requested to call and settle
at their earliest convenience. _
Hep.4. 185*2. JANET. BEAK_
Two Double-Barreled GUNS,
For sale, very low, by H. H. Carr & Co.
Sept. 25, 1SS2^
Ladies'
Fashionable SHOE and GAITER
manufactory.
Fall and Winter Styles.
WILLIAM H. SAMSEL return! hi. thank.
tohU Wends and the public generally,
lor the liberal pMron.ge heretolore r.c.lTed,
and respectfally inform, them that h? conun
uc. to manufacture at hi.i Shop, on W alnut
street, one door Ea.t of Mr. G. M. ll?g?n
Dry Goods Store,
Ladles'. Misses' and Children's Shoes,
from ibe very be.tmaterial.,ln the latest styte.
and under hi. immediate .upenn endance. He
ha. on hand and will constantly keep' ?general
aa.orunent of Ladie.', Mu.es* >?d Children
Wear, vix:
Ladies' fine Ki.l & Morocco Slippers,
do. Leather and Morocco walking
Shoes, .
? do. black and bronzed Gaitere, a
variety of patterns,
flo. black and bronzed Jetiny Line.
Shoos. , ...
Having received from the Ea.t a ?plendid
auortnMt of the fine.t material., .elected
with great care, he feel, confident of being a
b,e0r.7?"$ 5X53*5- work made
Up.lU,e.hort?..not?.iAM||
Morgan/own, April 10, IS3* '3!)'7 .
EALLAND winter goods.
GEO. M. HAGANS & CO.,
HAVE just received a well selected
slock of
Fall and whiter Good*,
and are offeiing them to their en510??"
Oil very reasonable terms. ^ :
ihey can- confidently assert .th?' lh"r
Goods are not inferior either in style or
quality, to those of any of their neigh
bors, and they pledge 'hemselves to sell
as cheap as any one else,.though ihey
mav not make such a flourish of ImmpeU.
&? Call at No. 2, just below corner of
Main and Walnut street.
Oct.23. 1852. t67-lf.
Just Received,
At tlit Morgantoicn 'Book Store :
100 doz. Luke Loomis" Pittsburgh Alma
nacs for 1853?asserted J
50" Columbian Inks, assorted;
Cabin and Parlor, or the ISorth and South,
Aunt Phillis's Cabin, an answer to Uncle
Letter?Paper at 10 cents per quire by the
A Kenersl assortment of School Books, Ifc.
6 ALSO.
SO Kegs pure White Lead;
1 hogshead prime N. 0. Sugar.
E. W. TOWER 4c CO.
1 October 30, 1852.
Bound fur Suit Itiver!
I'll it, Smith & Co.,
Having taken tickets Tor Suit River will
close out their stock of Goods at very re
duced prices. They have just received
some pretty all Wool D'Lanes, black kid
Gloves, Thibet cloths, &c., &c. Their
stock is large uttd complete. They will be
pleased lo see their friend* and customers
and promise to give them better bargains
than ever. CARI1, SMITH ti Co.
November 13, 1S52.
MEIXSEL * GIt.tFTO*,
FLOUR AND GENERAL PRODUCE
Commission JUcrclinnts,
Xo. 365, oppotlti the Eulaw How, Baltimore SI
,BALTIMORE,
Devote their whole attention ;o the Sale
of Flour. Grain and Seeds, Bacon, Lard,
Butter, Cheese, Wool, Dried Frvit.&c.,
&c., on the most liberal termi. They
have a rail road truck lo their warehouse.
REFER TO:
Messrs. IIiser& While, ) ?
" Uhatimiy Brook*, S"ii St Co. ) p
" Bakers & Uiown, Winchester, Va
July 31, Ithia. lyr.
Jiio. W, ItoH* & I'o.,
Flour k General Commission Merchants
UAl.fl MORE, Md.
Best rol'ercitcos given and libaral
tulvtutccs mode on consignments, a
07" Refer to Win. Wagner, Cashier of
the Bunk of Morgantonn, and D. R.
Hosie, Miiigtinowj.
A prill 7, II It.
CONSUMPTION CURED !
canchalagua;
Coughs, Colds, Influenza,
Asthma, Bronchitis, spitting of
Blood, and all other Lung
Complaints tending to
CONSUMPTION.
nothing like it.
Core follows Cure!
READ THE EVIDENCE.
The above invaluable Medioine ha? now been
before the public sufficiently long to hate ?ta
virtue* thorovshl* tcttci. .It 1... been u.elb,
all claasea of the community, under every poa
?ible variety of circumatancoa, and has every
where proved itself a most powerful and en
cient Cough medicine. Lung diseases of all
kinda yield to its influence, aa miata pasa away
upon the rising of the Sun. Thu U no fiction.
Wt uive you below, letter! from persons who
are now living in thi .tat. of Now York, and
who declare, over their own signatures, all
that ire could poHilly dciire them to lay in Hi
favor. Tlioio who can read their statements
and yet remain incredulous, must be beyond
the reach of human testimony.
A LOVELY YOUNG LADY
CURED OF CONSUMPTION!
trr The following if from tho pen of W"
H. Levisok, Esq. the diilingunlied Editor of
the U. S. Military and Xacal Argui, under data
of New York, Jan. 26, 1850. What could be
more conclusivcT
?It is seldom wo permit ourselves to occupy ,
a suae? in these columns to apeak in praise ot j
any^trlicle in tl.e potent medicine way; but,
when we sec tliclifcofa fellow-creaturo nv?d J
by the use of any medicine whatever, we con- j
aider it as our right, if not a duty, to give a
simple statement of facts, that others may.in |
like manner, he benefitted, rhe caio winch
has induced us to pen this article was that ofa
vounc ladv of our acquaintance, who by Irfr
qucnt exp'osure to the night air contracted
cold which settled on the Lungs beforo Its rav- j
aees could bo staved. (This occurred 2 yeara
nco this winter.) Various romedlos were used
but with very little effect or benefit. The cough
grew worse, with copious expectoration; and
the sunken eye, and pale, hollow cheek, told
pUi&Sa. PULMONARY mSEASE w:;. d~
ing its worst on her delicate frame. Tho fami y
physician was consulted, in hUtho- h<. would
not admit to the young lady that she really had
the CONSUMPTION', yet he would give no en
couragement as to a cure. At this crisia her
mother was persuaded to miko use of a ^ttle
of Dr. Rogers' Compound Syrup of LI\ ER )
WORT, TAR and CAXCHAUGuA | and we
are happy to state, slio was per/telly cured m
less than'tlirce months by this medicine alone,
after eren hope leal dlllroytd. It is useless to
comment on such a case as line for the simple
truth will reach where polished fiction never
can. If any doubt thu authenticity of this
statement let them call ?I'1S'
Military (? Saral .Ir^uj OJflct, ^o. i9 Chatham
ltrect,Xcw York.
COUGH AND DISEASE
OF 14 MONTHS STANDING,
CURED,
after being gives up ttice
BY EMINENT MUSICIANS !
Albany, June 9, 1849. I
Mmn. a: L. seating Co.-1 herewith for*'
ward to you a Certificate of Cure effected by
your Compound Syrup of Liverwort, Tar and
Canchalagua. The cough and expectoration
teas of fourteen months' standing, and had baf
fled the skill of several of our eminent physi
cians in New York, Albany, and Coopcrstown.
I am the person in whom tho cure was etlect-1
cd, and as I had previously no laith in patent
medicines, I have since tried it on others, and
havo become satisfied ol its value. Mine was
as GREAT a CURE as ever was performed i
as I had during my sickness been giren up
twice liy my phyiicians. I ha ve now commenc
ed my business after taking 1 think about eight
b?"'a- Vou" Tllof c; "faulder.
Bleeding at the Lungs Cured!
SEE HOW PROMPTLY IT ACTS!!
Statement of Mr. A. Lang, Bakf'N?;^
Pearl It. N. V.?A Tow days before laat Christ
mas I was taken unwell and soon commencod
bleeding freely at the Lunge. I called in a
Homoeopathic Physician, but his medicine did
not seem to help ine, 1 read your advertise
ment, and thought I would try Dr.
rup of Liverwort, Tar aud CancUalarua.
Before I had taken up tho third bottle mybloed
ing hid stopped, my Cough was gone, and 1 felt
well as ususU My health is now good. I con
sider it a most excellent medicine and"?1?'"
Iv recommend it to my friends. JTUt 'Me
ment was made to the Proprietor! ilarch ism,
I8B0.1
?^?This whole paper might be filled with
letters similar to the above, from those who
have been cured.
AGENTS:
II. H. CARR-, Wholesale and Retail Agent for
Northwestern Virginia, Morgantown;
Dr. A. H. Dames, Clarksburg, Va.
D. Jackson, Jane Lew, Lewis county j
Dr. J. A. Hall, Weston, do.
William Asbury, Pruntytown, Taylor county j
Thomas W. Brooks, Knottsville,' do * j
Shinn'Kirklolnek, Harrison county {
L. A. Hagan, Kingwoud, Preston county j j
G. M. Hagan & Co., Drandonville, do
Burn & Tutt, Evansvillc, do
Samuel Strickler, Philippi, Barbour countyj
Thomas Meredith, Smalltown, Monongalia co.
John Yeager, Indian Creek, do
H. II. Carr, Fairmont, Marion county.
October 2, 1852. 164 3ra
LET US REASON.
The ingredients of which Dr. Rogers' Syrup
of Liverwort, Tar and Canchalagua is compos
ed have certain specific qualities which have
been clearly established by the highest medi
cal testimony. California has given us some
thing more "valuable than gold, in the plant,
! Canchalagua. It is the finest of vegetable to
nics, and has the invaluable property of re
cruiting tho strength, while it represses fever.
Tar, as an expectorant, has no equal. It loos
ens and expels the mucus from the Lungs, and
thus restores to them freedom of action. As
an internal styptic, Uvttwort has long been
known; but besides arresting bleeding from
the Lungs it,seems to"exercise a bcnoficial in
fluence over tho whole Respiratory Apparatus.
Thus, then, we havo in this compound, the
properties of strengthening, allaying fever, ar
resting hemorrhage, nnd soothing irritation.?
In this combinatioivconsists the rationale of its
wonderful cures of Coughs, Colds, and incipient
Consumption; tor the particulars and vouchers
of which see pamphlet to be bad of Agents.
October 2. - 3mo
A SHORT LESSON.
To step botween doath and his prey is a
good work, and whoever induces the victim o
Cough, Bronchitis, or any Pulmonary disear?i
to take one bottle of Dr. Rogers' Liverwon
Tar and Canchalagua, has begun that good
work. There can be no question of the result
if the remedy is persevered in, See pamphlet
iu the hands of Agenti.
October 2. 3m
LonTniK] Crushed
*lo. I. Alton's R<>fiiierj fur sul* at
July 34. Liztvn k Tlmail.
Dissolution. j
THE Partnership heretofore existing
between the suWiibets uriaer the
firm end style of It'm. Durlnn If Co., is I his
day dissolved by mutual content. Tiic
bushier* of the concern will be settled up
bj- E. IV. Taicir. All persona indebted
to said firm are Tequesled to make imme
diate ?ettlemeut with him, aa it is abso
lutely nci't'Srtarj' that the same should be
closed without delay.
WILLIAM DURBIN,
EDWIJi W. TOWER.
October 22,1652.
Hew Firm.
The subscriber ha* associated wiih him
George Me Dering in the Morgan town
Book Store. The business will be hereaf
ter conducted under the name and style of
E. IF. Tower S, Co.
Oct. 26. 1852. E. W. TOWER.
j JUST RECEIVED
At the Tobacco and Drug Store of H.
I H. Cakr & Con Morgantown, Va.
I 2.U0 Fedisco SE6AKS,
j 20.000 Celebrado 11
1 20,000 Cathedral ,c
2 000 Favioratia *f
2.000 Brittanuia "
1.000 Lo.idus "
4.000 Jenny Lind, superior,
?1,000 Maria*,
ALSO?A very heavy and general sup
ply of choice pound lump Tobacco,
5s do do
Cattiaa do do
Cut and dried Tobacro.
William's, Anderson's, Stannard, very
fine chewing Tobacco. Also,
44,000 Half-Spanish Segars,
All of which will be s??ld on the most ac
commodating terms, to Merchants oj oth
ers. H. H. CARR&Co.
?Morgantown, Sepl. 25,1852. tf.
Forwarding & Commission Warehouse,
Tndcptndtncc, Bait. If Ohio Railroad,
90 Writ of Cumberland.
THE Subscriber having a large and commo
dious Warehouse, and being the agent of
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company at
this point, is prepared to receive and forward
Merchandize and Produce with promptness and
dispatch.
He would call the attention of the Merchants
and Citizens of Morgantown particularly to this
place aa being their most convenient and eligi
ble point on the Railroad.
JNO. B. YOUNG.
Independence, Nor. 1, 1852. lG9-6m.
Challenge:
Whatever concerns tho health and happiness
of a people is at all times of the moat valuable
importance. I take it for granted that every
person will do all in their power, to save the
lives of their children, and that every person
will endeavor to promote their own health at
all sacrifices. I feel it to be my duty to sol
emnly assuro you that WORMS, according to
the opinion of the most celebrated Physicians,
arc the primary causes of a large majority o
diseases to which children and adults are lia
ble,' if you have an appetitecontinually chaqg
ablo from one kind of food to another, Bad
Breath, Pain in the Stomach, Picking at the
N'ose, Hardness and Fulness of the Belly, Dry
Cough, Slow Fever, Pulse 4rrrpnlar?remem
ber that all those denoto WORMS, and you
should at once apply the remedy
IlobriiMick's Worm Syrup.
An article founded upon Scientific Principles,
compounded with purely vegetable substances,
being perfectly *aie when taken, and can be
given to the most tender Infant with decided
beneficial effect, where Bowel Complaints and
Diarrhaa have made them weak and debilita
ted tho Tonic properties of my Worm Syrup1
are such, that it stands without an equal in the
catalogue of medicines, m giving tone *nd
strength to the Stomach, wluch makes it m In
fallible remedy for those afflicted with Djfspep
m, the astonishing cures performed by this
Syrup pfter Physicians have failed, is Oie best j
evidence of its superior efficacy overall others.
THE TAPE WORM J \
This is the most difficult Worm to detroy -of
all that infest the human system, it growi to an
almost indefinite length, becoming so coiled
and fastened in the Intestines and Stomach, af
fecting the health so badly as to cause St. Vitus
Dance, Fits, &c., that those afflicted seldom if
ever suspect that it is Tape Worm hastening
them to an early grave. In order to destroy
this Worm, a very energetic trcaunent must be
Pursued, it would .therefore be proper to take
to 8 of ray Liver Pills so as to remove all ob
structions, that the Worm Syrup may act direct
upon the Worm, which must be taken in doses
of 2 tablespoonfuls 3 limes a day these direc
tions followed hare never beeh known to fail
in curing the "most obstinate case of Tape Worm.
HOBENSACK'S LIVER PILLS.
No part of the system ia more liable to dis
case than the Liver* it serving as a filterer to
purify the blood, or giving the propor secretion
to thus1 bile; so that any wrong action oflhe Liv
er affects the other important parts of the sya
tern, and results variously, in Liver Complaint,
Jaundice, Dyspepaia, &c. We should, there
fore, watch every symptom that might indicate
a wrong action of the Liver. These Pills be
ing composed of ROdTS and PLANTS fiirnish
ed by nature to heal the sick? Namely, 1st,
An Expectorant, which augments tho secre
tion from the Pulmonary mucus membrane, or
promotes-the discharge of secreted matter.?
2d. An Alterative, which changes in somej
inexplicable and insensible manner the certain '
morbid action of the system. 3d. A Tonic,
which gives tone and strength to the nervous
system, renewing health and vigor,to.al) parts
of the body. 4th, A Cathartict which acts in
perfect harmony with the other ingredients,and
operating on the Bowels, and expelling the
whole mass of corrupt and vitiated'tnatter,and
I purifying the Blood, which destroys disease and .
restore! health. j
To Females.
Yon will find these Pills an invalnable medi- j
cine in many complaints to which you are sub
ject. In obstructions eithor total or partial,:
tbey have been found of inestimable benefit,
restoring their functional arrangements to a
healthy action, purifying the blood and other
fluids so effectually as to put to flightall com
plaints which may arise from female irregulari
ties, aa headache, giddiness, dimness of sight,
pain in the side, back, &c.
None genuine unless signed J. N. Hobensack,
all others being baso Imitation.
ID" Agents wishing newsupp'ies, and Store
Keepers desirous of becoming Agents must
address the Proprietor,.!. N. IJobensack,Phil
adelphia, Pa.
Price, each 25 cents.
G. W. Johnson, Baltimore, Wholesale Agent
for Maryland and Virginia. Canon & McClel
land, Uniontown * Pa. H. H. Carr, Morgantown.
Hagan, Kingwood. J. A. Hale, Weston. S.
& J. Hermans,.Fcllowsville. Meredith, Smith
field, and by every Merchant in the U. States.
June 26, 1S62. 150-tf.
BERAGE DE LAIN AND LAWNS,
A nice assortment for sale low al the
Emporium of httt* k J trust*
Knowledge is the best capital h can possm-. it
4s at hi* command every moment, and always
above jwr*?Dr. Franklin.
OF INTEREST
To Merchants, Clerks, Teachers,
Students, and all Men.
J VST PUBLISHED,
A new and complete Set o?. Rule*
by which all tho ftindameatal operations of A
rithmetic may bo performed in an incredible
short space (ff time. To become a maatcr of
them will requiro not more than a couplo hours
study of anygood sound mihd^ and the student
will thereby be enabled to Add, Subtract, Mul
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NONPARIEL LINIMENT.
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This is to Certify, Thnt I have used |
Doctor Carr's celebrated Nonpariel Liniment;
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October 2. H. J. IUTENOUR.
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.Sept. 18, 1802.
i ii i . .
Dr. Trask's Magnetic Ointment,
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Another Scientific Wonder! .
D<t. J. S. HOUGHTON'S |
QKEAX DVSPKPSIA CUIUOK!
THE TRUE
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OR
GASTRIC JUICE
Prepared from RENNET, or the fourth STOM
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Thia ii a truly wonderful remedy for Iniiga
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Constipation ondDtbllity, curing after Nature',
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IET Haifa icaipoonful of Penis*, infilled in
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Roast Beef in about 2 hours, out of the stomach.
PEPSIN is tho chiefelcmcnt, or Great Digest
ing Principle of the Gastric Juice?tho Solvont
ol tho Food, the Purifying, Preserving & Stim
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It is extracted from the Digestive Stomach of
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precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in its
Chemical powers, and furnishing a Complete and
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preparation the pains and evils of Indigestion
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for Dyspeptics, curing eases of Debility, Emaci
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tion, supposed to be on the verge of the grave.
The scientific evidence upon which it is based
s in thchighcstdcgree curious and remarkable.
Scientllic Evidence.
Baron Liebig in his celebrated work on Ani
mal ?Chemistry says: ' An, Artificial Digestive
Eluid, analogous to the Gastric Juice, may be
readily prepared from the mucous membrane ol
the stomach of the Calf, in which various arti
Iclcs of food, as meat and eggs, will be softened,
I changed ahd digested, just in the same mannor
| as they would be in the human stomach.'
Dri Combe, in his valuable writ, tgs on the
| Physiology of Digestion, observes th-<.'a dimi
nution of tho due quantity of the Gastric Juice
I is a prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dys
1 popsia;' and he states that a distinguished pro
I fessor of medicine in London, who was severe
ly afflicted with this complaint, finding every
I tiling else to fail, had recourse to the Gastric
Juice obtained from tho stomachs ?t living ani
I proved completely successful.'
Professor Durtg-Z/wn, of the Jefferson Collego,
I Philadelphia, in his great work on Human "Pliy
I siology, devotes more than fifty pages to anex
I animation of this subject. His experiments with
I Dr. Beaujnont, on the Gastric Juice obtained
from the living human stomach and from ani
mals, are well known. * In all cases,' he says,
1 digestion occurred as perfectly in the artificial
is in the natural digestions.7
AS A DYSPEPSIA CUREH,
Dr. Houghton's Pepsin has produced the most
marvellous efTects in curing enses of Debility, I
Emaciation, Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic
Consumption It is impossible to give the de-l
tails of cases in the limits of this advertisement;
but authenticated certificates have been given
of more than two hundred remarkable cures, in
Philadelphia, New York and Boston alono.?
These were nearly all desperate cases, and the
cures were not only rapid.and wonderful, but
permanent.
It is a great Iservous Antidote, and particular
ly u'ieful for tendency to Bilious disorder, Liver
complaint, '/ever and Ague, or badly treated
Fever and Ague, and the evil effects of Quinine,
mercury and other drugs upon the digestive or
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eating and the too free use of ardent spirits. It
almostrcconciles health with intemperance.
Old Stomach Complaint*
There is no form of old Stomach Complaints
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unpleasant symptoms; and it only needs to be
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soreness of the pit and stomach, distress after
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iowness of spirits, despondency, omaciation,
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describing the whole process of preparation and
giving the authorities upon which the claims of
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