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"at" William Wallace Queen ol Jodea's stricken lnd, . -.:.- ; i J garland faded from thy brow, , ; Lies withered on the desert's sand, ' " And trampled fcy the Arab' now ! The laurel boasrhsof Lehanon . f x'-;; Still brash the blue unspotted skr. , , ;Their; plumes rtill quiver in the sun - That gilds thy ruin from on high; ' But on thy brow so desolate ' ' ' ""Seem' stamped the blasting seals of fate ! Siloa's brook still flows along . . Beneath the towering palm-trees shade, ' Unmirrulpf, the pilgrim throng, v in gnet upon its banks array'd ;- : And Ketlron's Aroaranthino bowers ' ","' '.: Tril their crush'd vines upon the ground, . i - . 11 anil u.i. vfi. luusicu aru iuc tuwurs V VVilhn.M I flk I U.tJ ... IL. t ' ' That rear'd in grandeur once around! - W !-. ..... .1 r.l t J" . Atdugtih giccua iug kuit u uuu nrtu UUU) 4 Save where perchanoe tbo Savior trod ! Bnt naught will o'er thy lurid night ;.f:,JSxnit its proud, majestic head. f. ; ' n - Naugh't bu t themetebr's ghastly light Illumes the City of the Dead ! . Thou fallen Queen !-Thy lyre is broke t That thrilled before thy God alonetr- ? - No longer to (ho inspired stroke ? r " Of monarch-minstrel on thy throne - Its chords of gratitude resound, ; ' Or breathe their hallowed notes around ! 0 Thy country's mountains still are seen To cast their shadows on thy gloom ; , ; Thy hills and valleys glitter green, . As tho thou didst not fill a tomb ;- - t The wave still curls by Calvary's steep ' The gTape the fig the olive shine - Unwrinkled rolls the dark blue deep, ; ; 'And still thy mountains bear the vine f r ! And lame still gilds thy bltsted brow - Troud city 1 Oh ! how dark art thou ! ' 7 Abovo the sculptured column's form 1 ' The death-like Cyprus weaves its pall, And scorpions in the sunbeams warm .- Bask on the gray and ruined wall ! " -j' The marble halls where music' roll'd ; h a .nie silent street the regal dome. Of thousand spires o f burning gold f ' -J ' ' . : jre now ne avage jackall's home ! " ' ' ' 'And o'er the temple's broken shrine, " " The desert serpents wildly twine ! , For oer thy brow, Jerusalem, '.' - Calvary's red height in vengeance towers ! r The.blood that dropped from Jesse's stem ' ' Still reddens in Getbsemane's bowers! ' : ' But shall tbe desert's sun no more' ; ' 1 .' Shed its high rays' round Nature's tomb,' ' ' Shall not the star that glittor'd o'er " The heathen night of darkest gloom, t Again throw round its burning light? '"Again dispel Judea's nig hit? Rise ! rise ! i mper ial Salem rise ! 1 i; V : Jjo on thee dawns milleniol morn I - Lookup! look up, upon the skies! " : zil See! see its herald star, new born, Hangs o'er thy brow a brilliant token, ' 1 "That tho dread curse's spell is broken ! ' V1 -J: ; CIIEBLE; BROTIIERS. -This firm, winch ha s been so worthily pourtrayed by the gifted author of "Nicholas Ntckleby," is said to have really existed, but under another' name and, not to have been merely the offspring of a fertile ima Vmation ;' The following anecdote respect- 11 E ing tnese nonie, minaea ongmais, is laKen rom' thc Manchester (Eng.) Times: ; , . i ."The elder brother of this house of mer- ttan?hrince& kmolv revensred himself unon X libellerv;who liad made himself merry with he peculiarities of the amfable. fraternity. Hits, man published a pamphlet, in which of the brothers (D) was designated as Billy 'Bult6n,,, aad represented as talking largely of their foreign trade, haying travel ers who regularly 'visited Chowbent, Bui ttkr Smithy, and other foreign parts. Some rrind friend? had told W. of this pamph ct, and W had saidahat the man would jive o. repent of; its publication.-This-say-r..wa kindly conveyed to the libeller, who ad said that he should disappoint them, Tor jia should ; take care never to be in their lebt -But! the; man in business does not Always know who shall? bei his creditor. Tho author: of t the pamphlet became bar k-i-upt, and the, brothers held an acceptancLF lis .which had been endorsed to them by the jrawcr, who bad also become bankrupt. The wantonly libelled men had thus become prettors the libeller. ':: ,They.n.ow had. it a their power' tomke him, repent of. his tudacity , Ue could not obtain his certifi iklQ, without their signature, and without it Jis cduld not enter into business again He d obtained the number of signatures re quired by the bankrupt law except one. ? It seeined folly to hope that the firm of .Hro the8,' would supply the deficiency. 1. ) , What!rted'cjrnellfjl)eeii made liefegning Vtock'of the public, forgst the wrong, and ft TOT the wrongdoer! IJede. kairedrtutthe cbtmaof a wife and children i ierced him at last to make the application. Humbled by misery, he presented himself t tit the tnnung-TOom 01. iuo wrongea. . ttM there alone , and his first1 words to the ' 4elinqent were, "Shut tf.b dopr, sir stern- F y uttered, zja neaoor wa um, ana ine 11 Ibeiler stood before;- thcrlibelled. He told his talc nnd produced his certificate, which instantljruteM by.; iVBfaT wrote Upeoiphlet Pgaiiwt , iu 00061" ! Exclaimed ' plit exjpscted to seerirU cnsfi&rown liJhe. w but land writis9rm!T'ent, scoundrel, libeller, izzzz&zA) tut thsraras, ia fair, rc.nd charsctsrjaa ci-re cf imtZz$-3 cf you were tiny 1 C-S f r . H"-Tw ntavinT Avr3 trua. 1 ..J j.w and would repent you had tried to injure us. 1 see you repent of it now 'I do,I do, said the grateful man Well; well, my dear fellow said W." 'you know us nbw How do you get on? What are you going tofdoH The poor man' stated that he, had friends who could assist him when the cer tificate was obtained. "But'how are you off in the meantime?" . And the answer; was) that having given up every farthing to his creditors, , he 1 had been, compelled to stint his family of even common recessarios, that he might be enabled to pay the cost of his certificate. "My: dear tellow eaid VV "this will not doyour ramily must not suf fer. Be kind enough to take this ten pound note to your wife from me. ' There, there, my dear fellow- nav don't cry- it will be all well with you. Keep up your spirits, set to work like a man, and you; will raise your head amongst us yet." I he overpowered man "endeavored in vain i to express ;his thanksthe swelling in his throat, forbade words he put his handkerchief to his face, and went out of the door crying like a child.' The Shortest MrapEk Char acter. Profess, great friendship lor the man tell how much vou love him pro claim how many excellent traits he possess es and then with a very sanctified look and most impressive sigh, expressyour fear, yes, you war, mat an is noi as it snoum.De, WJusper suspicion, and Jet conjecture, with giant strength, work out the ruin! He who understands human nature iu its deepest workings of damnable cruelty, and selfish artifice, (says a certain shrewd writer,) will mark the man who stabs another under the cloak of pretended affection. The pretence has a lie, (adds he) on the face of it. True affection would never whisper a suspicion, save into the- ear of the ono beloved, and whom that suspicion concerned. Never trust the' man who comas whining over his regard for another, while his tongue is a drawn sword to wound and kilL Meet him promptly with a charge of his hypocrisy, ft nA Iia will cfi n Ir ui rtf K iyiao w ca tArmg you., 1 ; - YANKEE WIT. 1 The following droll specimen of Yankee wit is copied from a newspaper about 100 years old.' If the groceries of this jester be as highly flavoured as his humour, he de serves a daily crowd of customers. ' TO BBSOIJ) HY l NICHOLAS BRANCH, At his Refectory, West end of the Bridge, . . j Providence, :;:;5 ?olw arguments, ,: ' i v CONSISTTOO OF . Bread.Butter. Cheese. Hams. Esrrs. Salmon. , . . 9 9 OCT 9 - 7 Neats Tongue, Oysters, &c. ready cooked. ' -:" AGITATIONS. : - Cider, Vinegar, Salt, Pickles, Sweet Oil, &c. ..yU GRIEVANCES iiihi-, : -: Pepper-Sauce, Mustard, Black Pepper, Cay- . enneffiec. EftNTSHnrFJVTFt ' r Wine, Brandy, Gin, Spirits, Bitters Por- - IQVi etc. - SUPERFLUITIES: Snuft7 Tobacco, and Cigars. ' N. B. Any of the above articles to bo ex changed for " K ; ' 1 NECESSARIES: riri French Crowns, Spanish0 Dollars,' Pista- reens, Uents, Mills or Bank Bills. ,; - CREDIT GIVEX fOR PAYMENTS. " 30, 60 and 90 seconds,or as has as & man WJblMENTS, GratiY: can iioiu ms urea in. Those indebted for Arguments, Must not be ,;, Nor think it al-'-v If they phould meet For calling for such : And supposing it not To make icuediato Agitated, " Grievance, Punishment, ' SttperjluiticSf Necessary - Payment.,; rJlHEofliclof theRodney.Telegraph has "7. been supplied with a great variety 0 and we are prepared to execute in a style of superior neatness, all kinds of Printing usu ally called for in' this section of country ; such as ;f ,;, in&r ucui!at and rlecdj v lito) a iuiur' terwrt lUi M. JLJlL II A XVA Ji. j mwm.. w WtAA. Tif- - HANDBILLS, 4: i f i Business 6.rApsi7Gci3 1 . ' -i.-.-.T;:-! w , ... . . " ' Henrv Hbvle JTT7A.VE recwvtJiSeir Sioroto hcuse . formerly iciiupied by'JFauver.xcd Farnsvycrth, where thoy have just rcsiyd and opened a, very krs and well tr;le-Lj STOCK of ' ': ? ; Cat! are invi b3 soli low. I. Jay 4.. ,;f;.. .s,rti i t quat:::y cf ICID TYrZ, ':,:.blc ''sr AX Gia Boxc2, f-Ttila a&j -l .ci PRTMTI izd to call tndswj lV"tC3(iTJTSU FEMALE EDUCATION rrflHE 'TriKteeS of th3 Fayette Female Academy, take pleasure in informing the public that the improvements in, nnd ad ditions to this establishment, are nearly com pleted, and that its duties will commence on the second of December : :? .The buildings are spacious and comforte ble, and Fayette is well known lo be one of the most healthy towns iq tho State. : Trustees, with. a determination to make this Institution worthy the patronago of a dis cerning community, have .spared ao exer tions to procure suitable persons' to 11 the Various Departments; and they are happy.to add that they have selected Teachers of ex perience, emtnintly qualified to disc targe the duties that will respectively devblie oh them, f The Priricipal,Mr.TiioMAS BaowN, Jr., of Carlisle, Pa. whose numerous testi monials of moral deportmant and literary attainments are unquestionable, has had an expeiience of fifteen years in teaching.- Mr. B. has brought with him his family, with a view to a pormanent sosidenee in Fayette consequently his best energies will be employed, not only to. win, but to deserve anil retain public confldence.V I- !: Mrs. Brown; and her sister, Mad'IIe. dx St. Omek, are natives of, andxecently from Paris, though they speak the English j lan guage fluently. - The French language will be made by theK the ordinary medium of conversation, incomer 10 laciuaie . toe im provement of pupiTJ in that useful language. , Mad'lle. pe St, ,Omeb is a proficient in the various branches of Drawing and Paint ing, and obtained the second Prize Medal in the Royal Drawing School of Paris. Miss Ann Jenkins, long ; and : favorably known as an Instructress in Fayette, will superintend the Primary Department. Miss r ' t -A n i 1 j . ja also a goou x rencn scnoiar. .-. , The course qf studies pursued, and. the prices of Tuition, will be as follows: - 1st. JoLior: Department, superintended by Miss 'A Jenkins, including Spelling, Reading, Writing, and the Rudiments of Arithmetic, Grammar and Geography, per session of ; five months, .,, w :-'' ' 5 '$20 -' JM,' &emor J department, under, the direc lion of tbe Principal, embracing Arithmetic, Ornamental Penmanship, Grammar, Com position, Geography, (with the use of Globes and the construction of Maps) History, As- ' tronomy, Natural and Moral Philosophy, Chemistry. Geolotry. Botany. Mineralosrv and Mathematics, per session of five months. 1 30 . 3d. Modern Languages, by Mrs. Brown and Mad'lle. b St. Omer French and Italian, per session of five months, , - ' 25 4th. Theory and Practice of Music, by Mrs. Brown, Piano Forte and Sinrioe, per session of five months, 30 5th. Drawing and Painting, by Mad'lle. de ST."OMEa Perspective, Pencil and Cray on Drawing, and Painting in India Ink and Water Colors, per session of five mouths, v 25 6th. x r en ch Embroidery, and various oth er Fancy Work, for each, J .Besides tho daily examinations and recita tions, weekly Lectures will be given and the students will be publicly examined at the end of every session, and; a record will be kept of their progress in study and moral de porlmentrthe result of which will be com municatcd to their parents or guardians every session. Iri short nothing will bb Omitted thai may have "a tendency to promote the moral land intellectual improvement of Jhe students. " - '"X'tJ-. n .vr.v-il : "" Payment must in every instance be paid in advance, and no money can be refunded for absence, except in cases of sickness. ' Pupils are required to furnish their own MattraWes, Bedding and Towels. Wash ing will be done at the institution for ten'dol lars per session. ' . "s, ' Boarding per month, including fuel and light, $15 , , ' t ' ' By order of the Boards . . J. M. WHITNEY, President. . Jas. J. Collieu', Secretary. . . Fayette; Dec. 1, 1838. 6m-85. N. Bj .There will be a; vacation of two months in the year, viz: August and , Sep tember. .1 The aessons will commence on the 1st o( October and thejst , of Jklarch. ; The charge for the present session will be made in proportion to the time. . n'. THE Undersigned-have associated them selves as co-partners in the: DRUG BU SINESS, under the firm of i R. N. Feth EH3T0Vu &. Co. - r . - ; , ". ' " " R . N.; FETHERSTON'H. Jl D. F. TODD. 07" We invito the attention of the public to the following catalogue of . c ; Drugs, Medicines, & Chemieals. comprising most' of the essential articles, which we 6hall endeavor to keep, constantly c hind, fresh' and genuine, direct from die Northern ahd Easterh cities, and for sal a nn as focd terms Wrrofe jtf they; can be had at t'x cjr southern town. , ; " Calomel, Cor. Sublimate, Tartar Emetic, r--ar cf Lead, blur, white aqd green Vit 1 UMor Renzoin,8 Bismuth, Zinc and fxr tialesf lied PrecioUate, White d Lunar Cacsti?r22tKiH33i Mbaral. ICe nne's do.. TirlirlVitriolatsdi Golden Sulphuret Ante, rcony, llydnodata cl FotifOi, Oxidd of: Bhi, rntnb,, cf Zinc, : Itcn, and . Lead p Sulpi- Suiaiie, Ilcrrhine, Emetine, Strychnins i Lijpv...vubartiaej Iodine x - Gum Arabac, Guaiacum, - Gamboge, JXinc3,Elzstic, Tra-zcacCi, Aloes, Amoniac, Ezzz.s'i -JUVnlbi "Cii:chy, Camphor, Antimraislw. Arrc'.. .cofCiii, Cresra TaidVC-iV!;'Bcrrc; Girr (Jaci- ca),i?et,7ir.?, r: , - ' ti . r,- ; . . .. ...V lial Ac::. rJ4t"::tre,r.:'5r5r- Recall;, cr-,. . ' Patent :Mcdicinep,r&CiV Havs Liniment. Rowland's Tonic Mix- lure, Judkin's Oi ni men t, Opodeldoc, llite man'a Drops, British Oil, Haarlem Oil, God frey's Cordial, Turlington's Balsam, Ander son's Cough Drops, Whitehead's Essence of mustard, Lee73 in . u. ql vyindiiam . ruis, Anderson dc Scott's do.;Hooper1a do., Hy- gean do., Dyott's . do.j Mead's do., Bonsalfs do. , Congress do., Swaim's Conqueror, Lat- ta's Tonic Mixture, Latta s Balsam, o'Neui s Medicamehtum, O'Neill's Liniment, Spohn's Cure for sick Headache, Sarsaparilla Pana- fioa PAliad ratnl vwuf vv a - vuiuuiiyvtuy - w v vi t7 - v v ui ui TtaS and Salve, Rose ; Ointment, Olivers Ointment, Thompson's Eye. Water, Scud der's do., Scudder's Acoustic - Oily Little's Lotion, Oliver's Bleacliing -Liquid, Olivers EVe Ointment. Itch Ointment, Swaim's Panacea, Diamond .Cement, Chinese Li quid, Mastic Varnish;" Prentiss's - Aromatic Vinegar, Walgrave & Barber's Horse Pow ders, PaysonV Indeilible Ink, Carpenter's Extract ; of Sarsaparilla; Carpenters fluid extract ot Jionesett, carpenter's nuia jxi of Buchu, Carpenter's Syrup of Liverwort- Carpenters Precip. Extract ot Bark, Car pentcr's Cerate of Cbpavia, Carpenter's Oil of Cantharides. Carnenter's Oil of Black Pepper, Carpenter's CQhartic Pills, Swaim's Vermifuge, Henry's Calcined. Magnesia, liutlers Effervescing Magnesia, Koach and Bedbug Bane. : :'J : a Balsams. Extracts, &c.; Balsams -Canada, Copaiva, Peruv, To Iu. Extracts Extract of Butternut; Hy- osciamu9, Stramonium, Colocynth, Gentian, Bark, Rhubarb, Jalap, Opium, Catechu, Ci cu tie, Belladonna', and Liquorice; Swt. Spir- .' ' T . ' 1 .! ?. .t 1"'... 1.. us 01 injure, uompouna opirus 01 javenuer. Spirits of Hartshorn, Spirits of Mindererus- Spirits of - Wine. Huxham's Tincture of Bark, Hoffman's Auodyne Liquor, Muriated Tincture of Iron, Paregoric Elixir, Elixir of Vitriol,; Laudanum, Antl. - Wine, - Wine of Ipecac, Sulphuric Ether, Rose Water, Lame Water, Fowler's Solution, Volatile Liniment, Aqua Ammonia, Syrup of; Squills, Cox's Hive syrup, essence ot Peppermint, Cinna mon,and Lemon. u ; r . i - V- Glass -:Ware,r&c;Tv " . Show, smelling, specie, saltmouth, tincture,- nursing, and wine Bottles ; fancy, es sence, and ' prescription Vials; Cupping Glasses,' Breast Pipes, Nipple Shields, Gra duated Measures, Demijohn's, Pill Tiles, Spatulas, Wedgwood Mortars, and Pestles ' :i ;f Miscellaneous. : Seidlitz, Soda, Saratoga and Ginger Beer Powders; Stoughton Bitters,-Cologne. Wa ter, Alcohol, Court Plaster, Castile Soap, Ar senic. Antimony crude, and Glass or Anti mony Armenian Bole Cantharides, Castor, Catechu, Chalk, prepared; Dragon's Blood. Frankincense, Flower of' Sulphur, Lapis Calaminaris, Magnesia, Manna, Mercury, Musk, Fatent Lint, Steel Filings, Rust of Iron,Spermaceti,Tamarinds. Tapioca, Sago, Pearl Barley, Putty, White Wax,. Writing band, 1'laying Lards, Alspico, Borax, Brim stone.' Beeswax , Blackinir fshoe Bed nans Cobalt, Cloves, Crocus, XJorks (bottle am vial), Litharge, Emery -.(powdered, No. 1 to 6), Ginger (race and powdered), 'Glue, Glass (window), Gallipots, Honey, Isinglass, ink Fowder, .Lancet Cases, Mace, Piperine Nutmegs, Pearlash, ill Boxes, Pumice Stone, Paper (writing," letter, wrapping, and sand), Rosin, Rotten Stone," Scales and Weights, Starch, Saltpetre, Snuff (Mac cab a and Rappee), Sunff Beans (Tonq), Scaling Wax Syringes (self, P.P. and Ivory) Sheep owns,, smalts, Sponge, 1 Tooth . Brushes Windsor Soap, Wafers, Zinc, Calcined Mag nesia ( Amer .), Solidified Copaiva, Lucifer Matches j Kreosote (pure Fr.), Red Ink, Thyrdaco or Lncturium, Preston Salts, Ta pers in boxes, Phosphorus," Pill machines, Instruments. ; Cupping, Dentist, Forceps; . Lancets bp ring, 1 numb, and Gum: Tooth Drawers Ratheters, Silver, Elastic Bougies; Elastic Cectum. Trusses. Paints, Brushes, Varnish, &c - Verdigri9,Chroroe, Green, Prussian Blue, Chrome Yel low, r;Yel low: Ochre,. Stone do., Vermilion, Carmine, Drop Lake,! Rose Pink, Red Ochre, RedLead, Venetian Red, Spa nish Brown, Spanish Whiunvrl White Lead, Dry; While Lead in Oil, Flake Whiter, Ivory; lilack, L.amp lilack, JJlack Lead, Terra De Sienna, Umber, Water Colors, Paint Brush es, Sash Tools, Marking: Brushes, Camel Hair Pencils, Black Lead Pencils, Glabs, Gold Leaf, Silver Leaf, Copal Varnish, Ja pan, Bright do., Indigo, Madder. Logwood, Camwood,; Red Woodt Red Saunders, Nut galls, Cochineal, Copperas, Alum , H r r N. B. A constant supply 0f MEDICINE CHESTS, containing a complete assortment of Medicines suitable for Plan tatiori, Family or Steamboat use, always on lland. : i ' V I (Prescriptions accurately compounded. rhxT 67-tf J (D CKI M F KTF 1 02 IFfl EiLfLp Baxter & Fashioiatie Heir Brccir Respectfully tenders his 'serviced ta 'tbe citizens of RoiJney v and' riclnltji " Prcrn many years experience in his. busrhess -in other sections of the country, andi'disire to please, he hbpeir to merit 'and reccrvo a li beral share of custom . - Razors put in order on short notice.1 " Daggmtj: ac.d Rope : 0 w ' they invite the at:c::cd cfsriant ier The ,cacs.Off Cilfetss Com- A WELL regulated: and .; proportionate quantitv f bile upon the stomach is always requisite for the promotion of sound health it stimulates digestion, and keeps the intestinal canal free from all obstructions. On the inferior surface of .the liver is;a pa- riace 01 mo isver p- culiar bladder, in which the bile if first served, being, formed by tho liver from the K.. V lioorfVftm f hfl I blood; Thence it passes into me siomacu and intestines, and regulatos the indigestion. Thus we see .when there is a deficiency of bile, the body is constantly costive. On the other hand, an overabundance of bile, caus es frequent nausea in the stomach ; ana , ot ten promotes very severe attacks of disease, Fcvnra are alwavs preceded bv symptoms of a disordered stomach ; as are also serofu- lous disorders, and all sympatneuc mncuout al, organic or febrile diseases. - From 4he same cause, the natural and. healthy action of the heart, and the whole vasculaf system is impaired and reduoed below its natural standard; as exhibited in palpitations, lan guid pulse, torpors of the limbs, syncope, and oven deatn itseir. in consequence ui an overabundance of a peculiar offensive " sub stance to the digestive organs . The anoroach of bilious diseases is at all times attended by decided symptoms of. an existing diseased state of the stomach and bowels ; i. e. with those signs " which are known to point out their contents to be of a morbid irritating nature; but whenever the alimentary canal happens to be loaded with irritatins? matter, some derangement of tho hcalthyopc ration, either of the general sys- tem,,or of some particular organ ot tne ooay is thev certain result ; and when this state happens to , be united with any other symp toms of disease. its effects are thereby much aggravated. ! The progress of organic ob- struction is otten so rapia as scarcely 10 no mit of time for the application of such, aids as is to be bffeicd by art, yet,1 in general, the premonitory symptoms of gastric load are perceptible for a day or two previous to the feverish paroxism, a period, when the most efficacious assistance may be given, by un- Ioadmgthe stomach and alimentary canal of its irritating contents, and thusjeducing MOFFATS LIFE JIEDICINES, Should always bo taken in the early stages of bilious complaints : and if persevered in strictly according to the directions, will pos- tively. effect ft. pare; i.?r;'; 1. ; The mineral medicines often prescribed m these diseases,. although they may affect a temporary cure, at , the same . time create an unhealthy state of the blood, and conse quently tend to promote a return of the very disease which they - are employed to cure. It is. then by, the use of purgatives,' exclu sively formed of vegetable compounds, which, possessing within themselves no deleterious agencies, which decomposition, combination or alteration can develope or bring into ac tion; and, therefore capable of producing no effect,; save that which is desired that a safe remedy is found. -The LIFE PILLS and PHENIX BIT TERS have proved to be the most happy in their effects in cases of bilious disenses, of any purely vegetable preparation ever of fered to the, public, If the stomach is foul, they -cleanse it by exciting it to throw off its contents; if not, they pass to the duodenum without exciting vomiting or nausea in the stomach ; stimulating the neighboring vicera as the aver and pancras, so as to produce a more copious flow of their secretions into the intestines; stimulating the exhalent capil laries, terminating in the inner coat, which an increased flow of the useless particles of the body, foreign matters, or retained secre tions, are completely discharged. 2 For further particulars of the above medi cine see Moffat's Good Samaritan, a copy of which accompanies the medicine. ' A copy may also be, obtained of, the different Agents who have the medicines for sale. French, German, and Spanish directions can be obtained on application at the office, 375 Broadway, New York. . ; . AVI post paid letters will receive immedi ate attention . . - ;:' i y ':. 3 u Sold wholesale and retail by William B. Moffat 375 Broadway, Nr Y. . A liberal deduction . made to those who purchase to sell-again -f, mi (j ? 7 '', ' 1 AgehtsThc Life Medicines may also be had of the principal druggists in. every town throughout' the United States and the Cana das. .; Ask for Moffat's Life Pills' and Phenix Bitters; and be sure that a facsimile of John Moffat's signature is upon the label of each bottle of bitters. or.lox cf pills. . . a t - 0CrFor sale at the drug store of . R.N. FETHERSTON'H dt.CO. ! Rodney, Oct., 30,1839. ( : 78. - TTEYER an Ague is a most obstinate dis .'easei and in warm and humid climates, freque htly resists every ordinary mode f cure, 83 as to necome very distressing loiuti patient; and bv tha extreme debility , which is thmcst frequent excitir t eauso cf, tins diss, and one.' 6nbcraarpecufitHu;5ii its susceptibility of a renewal . frcm very; sllslll causes, euch aa from tbe: jprevdh'sce; of an easterly windT-eya without the re4 petion of the "original' existing cause. Id tbisrf Fever and Aue diCerafrdzacl c'r tremsly ClT;cult U cC-ct 1 xT2 tieztfzt the ti3 being b rytt. tne5c;ises3)i3 nse 10 other chronic complaints. Il&nli rsiasnsta or the efHuvia arising froa Etxrhmt wcter, dreary fever has once cccrrrc'JJe-J csen removed. tl:3 crr-a RfT;ctcd is cto to a fteu i'Icri0i t5 LY eCJst o rcrvtl cf br3 UCcrjca f diza-recabla t'zszss . - -' f Others who have ecsiratsd to ihsX t& and promising portion cf cur ccuztry n:ia who went out full cf bcpar tzi cctHzl cf winning a competence frccn tbs Iszuriisa of the soil : or who carried to ths cr'.pci cf our settlements the msrcastiia cr -.t .nflnrii In - prc-A,OWM of lha j,Nifia.i.vMf''V . . . . 1" " ed with shattered ccnststutbns azd & ed spi rits,cr they remain in th:r csw tcra, dragging out a weary lU at last to cih9 ca der some disease to which they are pre posed by that terror of the West j the Itctts and Ague. Their hopes are blasted thair business energies destroy ed-4hcir D Dorado becomes a desert, and the word of prcoiss, L 1 ....;.! .. . " maue 10 ine ear is nroaen p'ine nope. . ' To these individuals, Mr. Moitat would say-Try the Life Medicines, and you wil yet anticipate your most sanguine expecta tions, for they will certainly restore you to health." ; , . ; . ; . Fever and Ague is a complaint which re quires to be met at its first approach, and combalted at every stage. Seldom fatal ot itself, it reduces the strength, and impairs the functions of the organs, so that upca thy manifestation of disease Nature is usaUa, unassisted to resist the inroad. .The Lara Medicines, when taken strictly according to directions will cure it, and give to the weak and trembling victim of disease, new hcadth, life and strength. : r For further particulars of the mods of treatment, the reader it referred to the Good Samaritan, a copy of which accompanies the medicine. A copy may be obtained of the different agents who have the medicine for sale. -: - -. - ' : French, German and Spanish directions can be obtained on application at the of fice, 375 Broadway, New York. All post letters will receive immediate at- tcntion. : ; -;r " Sold wholesale and retail by WnxiAM B. Moffit, 375 Broadway, N. Y. A liberal deduction made to those who purchase to sell again. - ' ' " - ' Agents The Life Medicines may also bo bad of the principal Druggists in every town throughout the United States and Canadas. Ask fur Moffat's Life Pills and Phenix Bit ters; and be sure that a fac- simile of John Moffat's signature is upon the label of each bottle of BiUers, or box of Pills. v Moffafs Vegetable Life Pills and M PEE2TXZ BITTBES. ; v : fjnilE universal estimation in which the J celebrated Life Pills and Phenix Bit ters are held is satisfactorily demonstrated by the increasing demand for them in every State and section of the Union, and by the voluntary testimonials to their remarkable efficacy which are every were offered. It is not less from a deeply gratifying confi dence that they are the means of extensive and inestimable good among his afflicted fel low creatures, than from interested consid erations, that the proprietor of these pre eminently successful medicines is desirous of keeping them constantly before the public eye. The sale of every additional bottle and box is a . guarantee , tna some persona will be relieved from a greater or less de gree of suffering, and be improved in geiwr eral health; for in no case of suffering from disease can they be taken in vain. , Tho proprietor has never known or been inform ed of an instance in which they have faijeoV to do good. In the most obstinate cases of chronic disease, such as chronic dyspepsia, torpid liver, rheumatism, asthma, nervous and bilious, head ache, costiveness, piles, general debility, scrofulous swellings and ulcers, . scurvy, salt : rheum and all other affections of the organs and membranes, they effect cures with a rapidity and permanency which few persons would theoretically be- , lievo, butto which thousands have testified from happy experience. In colds and cochs which, if neglected, superinduce the Exct ' fatal diseasec of the lungs, and indeed'-tha vicera in general, these , medicines, if taken but for three or four days, . never fail . - Ta ken at night, they so procnote the inssssibJb perspiration, and so relieve the system of febrile action and feculent obstructions, s to produce a most delightful sense of ccnva-r lesence in the morning; and though the ecu al symptoms of a cold should partixlly return duoing the day, the repetion cf a sutbble dose at the next hour cf tcd-tima willalrct . invariably affect perrnac&nt reliafi'ci- further aid. Their cCTcct epen fevers c7 a more accurate and violent kind is net lc3 sure and speedy if taken in prepcrtkibri quantity; and persons, retiring to tzl t:iCi . inflammatory syrspto&is cf the xssdira ing kind, will awake with the gratify irjeca 8cioushess that the fierce enemy ks teca overthrown, and can easily be cubiucd.- - -the same way, viceril turcssica, ther-Ti long -established, and visceral iclicriz3, 1 however critical, will yiei-3'Cri:il to ' smlllxnd .;Ci; tor teti Czzzt Ctr LifePCU; and 0 also tyittriid hypoccsdriocism, restltsscsca, ted vtry ny other varieties cfNerctical clica cTdlJ eases, yield to the cScixy cf C iVrj? Ciaer. : Full dlrtcticrs far tiacraCcra cciicfaes, and thornrtliiir dirtiztTd c" Futility to diCsrect ccnihii ty t!;-i ; and they can -fca cbtth:. trIJ whr3uE;rC;rr3;cV!:r!r c paril'.iled rucccca tto t " f j r"; - .0 4 ' . 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