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I- 5 January 6 13 , 20 27 February . 3 . , .10 ' 17 24 March ArniL Mat 3 10 17 24 31 7. 14 21 28 5 ' 12 10 26 June July 2 9 16 23 30 7 14 21 28 4 11 18 September 1 8 15 22 29 Auoust October 6 13 20 27 November . 3 10 17 24 December 1 8 15 22 29 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 11 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 . . . . -12 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 80 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 12 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 10 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 1 2 3 1 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 31 12 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 . 12 13 14 15 10 17 19 20 21 22 23 21 26 27 28 29 30 31 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 ... 12 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 '25 26 27 28 29 30 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 MATERNAL AFFECTION. Woman's charms arc very many and pow erful. The expanding rose jusi bursting into beauty, has an irresistable charm ; the youth ,ful bride led triumphantly to the hymeneal altar, awakens powerful feelings of interest and the blush of her cheek (ills the beholder with delight but the charm of maternity is much more sublime than all these. Heaven has imprinted on a mother's face something beyond this earth, something which claims kindred with the heavens; the angelic smile, the loving look, the watchful eye, which keeps its fond vigil over her slumbering babe ; these are the objects which no artist can touch, which poetry fails to exalt, which the most .eloquent tongue cannot eulogize, and on which description becomes ineffective. In the heart of man lies this lovely picture ; it lives in his sympathies, it reigns in his affections ; his eye looks in vain for such another object on earth. Maternity, delightful sound ; so entwined around our hearts, that they must cease to throb ere we can forget it. 'Tis our first love ; 'tis part of our religion. ' Nature has set the moth er upon such a height that our infant eyes and arms arc first uplifted to it; we cling to it in the meridian of life; we almost worship it in old age. He who can enter the abode of a family and behold the tender babe feeding on its mother's beauty nourished by the tide of life which flows through her veins, without a panting bosom and a grateful eye, is void of those feelings which characterize the man of sentiment and generous affections. He who can approach the cradle of sleeping innocence, without reflecting that "of such is the kingdom of heaven," or view the delighted mother hang over its beauties, and half retain her breath lest she should break its slumbers without a veneration beyond all common feelings, pos pesses a heart which none ought to envy, and 6hould be avoided in every intercourse of life. Providence Courier. Death. The first conviction that there is death in the house, is perhaps, the most awful moment of youth. Wheu we arc young, we think that not only ourselves, but that all about us are immortal. Until the arrow has struck a victim round, our hearth, death is merely an unmeaning word; until then, its casual mention has stamped no idea upon our brain. There are few, even among those least suspected of thought and emotion, in whose hearts and minds the first death in the family does not act as a very powerful revelation of Ihe mysteries of life and of their own being; .there are few who, after such a catastrophe, do not look upon the world and the world's ways, at least for time, with changed and tempered feelings. It re.cals the past, it makes us pon der over the future ; and youth, gay and lisht Iiearted youth, is taught, for the first tijneto regret and fear, CHRISTMAS. "Ah, this was wont to beo festal time. ' In days gone by I I can remember well k.' The old familiar melodies that, rose, At break of morn from all our.raoss-clad hills, To welcomo in each Christmas.. Never. since Hath music seemed so sweet. Bui tho.light hearts, "Which. to those measures heal so iovouslv. Are tamed to stillness now., There is'no voice 91 ipy through all (lie land." For th Phoenix. TO A FRIEND. Remember Me. When morning beams with splendour bright, In glory doth arise, And sprinkle o'er with rosy light, j The fair nnd tranquil skits 5 When musick's notes are chanted forth, And heard from ev'ry tree, In this gay hour of nature's mirth, My Friend remember me. And when you walk among the bow're, Which Nature gay hath made, And cull their fairadorniug flow'rs, Or recline in their shade J While you, with Nature thus engage, And all her beauties see, Let fancy point to rnem'ry's page, There read remember me. And when the beauties of the day Are past, and night have come, And ourlain'd round the bright and gay, With sad and pensive gloom ; Then, as before the Altar's ahrine, You humbly bend the knee, And supplicate for grace divine, O I then remember me. Junius. VERRIFICATION OF AN ANCIENT PROVERB. The following prophecy is said to have been delivered by a British bard, 111 the time of Willinm the Norman, nhd preserved by some of tho British uniiulists, viz; "That no more man inreo monarcus, inairect sue cession, s 111 ever usrain retail over tnese kingdoms, without some violent wtorrup lions." 1. Willinm the Norman, 2. William Ruins, 3. Henry the First, Interrupted by the usurpation of Stcph en. 1. Henry the Second, 2. Edward the First, 3. Edward the Second, Interrupted b' the abdication and mur der of Edward the Second. 1. Edward tho Third, 2. Richard the Second, Interrupted by the disposition of that monarch. 1. Henry the Fourth, 2. Henry the Fifth, 3. Henry the Sixth, Interrupted bv the restoration of the House of York. 1. Edward the Fourth, 2. Edward the Fifth, 2. Richard the Third, Interrupted by the usurpation of Henry Richmond. 1. Henry the Seventh, 2. Henry the Eighth, 3. Edwn'rd the Sixth, Interiupleil by the election of ladv Jane .Gray. 1. Mnry. 2. Elizabeth, A foriegn king James of Scotland, cal led in to assume the crown. 1. James the First, 2. Charles the First, Interrupted by tho deposition of that monarch, nnd the establishment of another form of government in the person of Oliver Cromwell. 1. Chorles the Second, 2. James the Second, Interrupted by the abdication of thu kintr. and the eleclon of a foreigner. 1. William the Third. 2. Anne, Interrupted by the parliamentary ap pointment of a foriegner. 1. George the First, j 2. George the Second, 3. George the Third. Interrupted by the unfortunate incapac ity of that sovereign, and a parliamentary STOVES. J. II. & W. II. KSTJERBROOK, HAVE on hand at the Brick Ruw No. 5, a lame nnd ex tensive assortment of Cookino Stoves, which they offer for sale at the lowest prices Comprising Ihe following patterns, viz: Granger's celebrated Conical, Green f- Curtis' Conical, with improved Damper, . Parker's Patent Prophecy nnd Premium, Stewart's Patent, Kclley's Patent, Woolson's Patent, Conant's Improved Rotary. ,1,-SO, BOX AND PARLOR STOVES, of a variety of patterns and sizes, together with a large stock of Fire Frames & Hollow AVarc. ALSO, Russia and English STOVE PIPE nnd STOVE FURNITURE, Manufactured from the cr.sr materials. All of which will be sold low for Cash or approved Credit. Brattleboro, Nov. 28, 1838. 13 Save your Wood. appointment lor cxcerrising tne sovereignty n the person the prince regent. 1. George the Fourth. 2. William the Fouiih, 3. Victoria tho First, Whom iiimv God bless : but what is to be the next interruption 1 Liverpool Courier. Strange if True. The Boston TranscriM relates that in the House of Correction at South Boston, on the 27th ujt., an Irish wo. inun gave birth to n child while asleep in her cull. She declares positively, that she knew nothing about it until nwnkened bv tho infant's cries I When thu door was o pened by the watchman, she came out and walked up three flight of stairs to tho hospi tal, without the east inconvenient, dnrdiir. ing that she felt quiie well. Here is nnolher marvellous account from tho Boston Medical Journal, no doubt equal ly true "There is n child in the town of Scituate, Mass. between 10 nnd 12 years of age; who was born without either arms or legs, with the single exception -of n little member resembling a part of a fina-er. with the first joint on the left shoulder, with which u can upon n box, or pick up a cent. He rolls himselfiibout like u ball', with facility; has n good countenance, good health, and an intelligent mind, constantly improving at school." What a funny siuht it would be to see an tirmy of two or thieo hundred suoh lows roiling themselves up nnd down thu snud banks of Cape. Cod 1 H010 they do it in Walden Married' in, Walden, on the 16th inst. by Rev, P. Mason, Mr, Benjnmin H. Chase to Miss Ssrah Pierce,K5"a(ler n long nnd te dious courtship of onu week, nnd nn nc quaintnnce of thirteen ilays North Star. ,Atd ve add, How they do it in Welti, nrr.,A l UT..I1 .L ri.L .1. 1 ., i.i.niitu ,u v ens uii ine vm uit. oy tne Rev. Mr. Griffin, Mr Daniel Merrill of Tin- mouth, nged 20. to Miss. Eliza Brookins. in the fourteenth vear of her nr .!rnh,.r a long nnd teilious' courtship nnd ncouaint- ancc'oMwo weeks !Castltton Statesman. I THE subscribers respectfully inform the in habitants of Brattleboro and its vicinity, that they still continue to keep on hand at the Stone Building, opposite the Brick-Row, a large and extensive assortment of Box, Parlor, and Cook T OVES of almost every description, and arc offered lo the public on the most reasonable terms : Consisting of the following Patterns, viz : PARKER'S patent prophecy Premium ; GRANGER'S celebrated Couicle ; STEWART'S patent ; CONANT'S celebrated improved Rotary stove ; and a New Vermont Cook-stove ; CONANT'S patent Improved ; W. A. ARNOLD'S improved Yaukee, with an Elevated Oven ; W. V. MA.NY'S piiicnt Union Premium Cook-stoves, which combines all Hie good qualities for Bruiting, Baking, and Boiling, as any other Cook-Move now iu use and sold at a much less price. They have on hand many other Patterns be ing too numerous to mention, together with an assortment of Fire-Frames, Caldron Ket tles nml Hollow-Ware, and are daily manufacturing Stove Furniture of all kinds. I Till, Copper, anil Brass, and . STOVE PIPE, kept constantly on hand and sold at Wholesalo and Retail. Havinn taken ureal nams to set the most ex perienced workmenhey would say that all who mav favor them with a call shall have their work made of Ihe best maieiials and in a work-J manlike manner and wnrrantcd to give satis faction. To those wishing any of the above articles, or any thing in our line of Business, will do well to call and examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. J IS. JOBING or REPAIRING done at short notice and all orders promptly attended to. DICKENSON &. CHANDLER. Brattleboro, Nov. 1. 1S3S. 9 St'O Y'kW. HALL & TOWNSLEY offer for sale the new Pattern Keli.cv COOKING STOVE, superior to any in use in this vicinity combining all the advantages of the Conical, Premium and Stewart Patterns, and at the same lime placing the large Boiler over the fire where 11 can be healed with very little fuel. Thcv are nut at less nrice thair nnv other of equal advantages, and warranted lo give snusiaciion lo Hie purchaser, 01 riouuee received in payment. Wr New, or Old. MESSRS. I will now Inform you thai I continue at my Old Stand south of the common, in Fayctlcvllle, on Main street, where I will at all times be ready to execute all kinds of work In the Art of Cutting: and Making GENTLEMhNS Wt'AKINO AtM'AHEL, OF THE LATEST and MOST AP PROVED STYLE; or out of fashion, or of any shape you please to direct. , From much experience in my profession to suit all those who may favor mo with their calls, 1 do warrant all garments made at my ' . ... . ... f-. ...... ttfi ttttilrtl Bliop 10 SUll, proriueu 7iwi any where, as per order or fashion; 1 here fore, your work will be as Fashion dictates, nnli.s vim nut on the veto. And then, if it is not according to Order, 1 will satisfy you in as much that 1 will pay you for your cloth and give in the garment, (let vhae.rcr will tell their lies, and make their brags, do as they see fit.) Here you have my method of doing the fair thing in black and while. As for Cutting and Muking, I turn my back to no one, or two, or three. Therefore, Old Friends and Customers, (and ever so many new ones) please just give me u call, and you will find me as 1 state. 7ASEI0HS. The Latest and most approved FASHIONS arc, and will be received regularly, from all quarters. C5 hone can irerire them in more haste and in better styU. than what I do. Specimens of which I will be pleased to ex hibit and explain to you at any time. Cutting done at all times for others to make, nnd great caie taken in marking the same, that there may be uo mistake. TRXTrlUlEINGS. Trimmings of all kinds on hand, and as iow as can be bought any where, and think a little cheaper. ... P. S. 1 do not want 5 nor 6 hands in addi tion to what I now have, but should like 2 more. 1 am yours, &c. JACOB DUNKLEE, Jr. Faycilevillc, Nov. 1, 1S38. tfD Cabinet Furniture, Rolling Ridge, On the Book of Four and Twenty Chap ters. (By a citizen of this Village.) " The necessity, value, and virtue of labor upon earth, are as certain as nil earthly object ate important." Hon. Levi Lincoln. At the HiiATTi.KDono Bookstore. Medicines. THE subscriber Is Agent for one of the most extensive Apothecaries in Boston, and ho assures the public that aiticlcH can be procured of him of the most unexceptionable quality, put up in tho ncnli'st and most careful manner, nnd as low ns lit other places. Among them are the popular medicines lately introduced in to practice. 1 DANIEL GILBERT. Window Blinds and Chairs. THE subicriber respectfully informs tho in habitants of Brattleboro and vicinity, that he has on hand and is constantly manufacturing, WINDOW BLINDS, PANOY & DINING 0HAXX18, of a superior article, which ho offers for sale on tho most reasonable terms. ALSO, Painting nnd Kcpairin? or Joiiiko ill this hrnnch of business, done at short notice and every exertion mado to nlcasc those who may favor him with their work. CO" Shop, south end of the Village. JAMES CA PEN. Brattleboro, Nov. 1838. 14 Stage Notice. NEW ARRANGEMENT UNITED STATES lYTAIXi Chairs, Feathers Sc Painting THE subscriber continues to carry on his CAli.WET, CHAIR, and PAINTING business, in all their several branches, at his shop one door south of Dulton. Clark if Co. Instruction given as usual in all the branches of the Art of Painting Imitation Wood. All attended to promptly at low prices, as at any other place. FEATHERS constantly for sile of the first quality, and piiccs ns low as the lowest. Those wishing to pay Cash for any of the above articles will do well to call. ANTHONY VAN DOORN. Braltlchoro, July 27lh, lSItS. tf-17 DENTISTRY. TTR. SPALDING continues lo perform all JLP operations in the line or Dental Sur gery, and warrants lliein to be donu in a neat nnd durable manner, upon ike lest scientific principles of the art. Grateful for past furor lie solicits a continuance of the same. tSCharges much loicer than the ordinary charges of Dentists. Office Room one door south of the Store of Dulton, Clark Co, Brattleboro, Nov. 20, 1S33. AND IIAII. ROAD I.INE OP STAGES, LEAVES Chase's Stage Houw, Brattlebo ro, Vt. every morning at 3 o'clock, (Sun days excepted) for Boston, via Kcenc, l'cter boro. Milfiiid. and arrive in Nashua in season for the 1-2 past 4 o'clock Train of Cars for Low ell and Hnstoii. PaiseiiRers by taking this line will arrive in Boston at l-'J past 0 o'clock, pre cisely. Also Stagea leave Nashua every morning (Sundays excepted) on the arrival of the 7 o'clock, train of Caw from Boston, and arrive in Brattleboro same evening. Stages for Concord, N. H. leave Chasv's Stage House, Tuesdays, Thursdays, anil Sat urdays, nl 3 o'clock, A. M. via Kecne, Hills boro, llennikcr and Hopkinton, and arrive in Concord at 4 o'clock, P. M. Good Coaches, Fleet Horses, and ohliginc drivers, together with good public houses, will make all the Traveller may desne. N. B. FARE ai Low ns the Lowest. COO LEDGE, SARGENT & Co, J'roprtetors. Brattleboro, Nov. 1, 1833. 10 FRESH supply of DEWEY'S SER MONS, just received and for sale, bv BIIIGE, BRACKETT & CO TOKEN Keepsake and Souvincrfor 1830; Christmas nnd New Year Presents for 1839, Just received at the Brattleboro Bookstore, A largo, and general assortment ol SCHOOL UUUKS and STATIONERY, At the Brattleboro Bookstore. Lcc. 1838. 14 . V E W B OuOK S SCHOOLS. VO R HUNTINGTON'S Geography and Atlas, Do. Intioduction to do. with Atlas; Parley's Fables ; Village School Geography; Comslock's Common School Philosophy ; Do ivommon .""cnooi Astronomy ; 1 own's spcll- All kinds ""ff Books; Farmers' School Book; Girls' 1 Readinar Book : Pierpoint's Series of Books: They also have for sale at ihe lowest prices, Emerson's, do. do. j Franklin's do. jlo.; Wor The Woolson Improvnt, Rotary, Stewarts, center's do. do. mmosi every otner uook in use in our Rl,,.l uri,i,,..i 1 ,: . -J ,1 IIU,l-3IIV UUU IIIIUII , Premium, and Conical COOIOJVG STOVES: Together with Parlour Slovcs of the most ap proved kinds and Box Stoves of all sizes at very reduced prices. Atso- Russia and Entrlish IRON STOVE PIPE. Stove Pots, KeUes. Snidcrs and Stove Fur niture of all kinds. Old Stoves taken in payment. Those wishinc to nurchasc Stoves are in vited to call and cxamim-their assortment be fore purchasing elsewhere. Nov. 15. Nov. 22. At the DuATTLnnoiio BooKHTonn. R. BILLING S, -IF iVHIJj Ha ir WIIBELER'S BUILDING, OITOSITE CHASE'S STAGE HOUSE. BUATTLEBOIIO, VT. DR. M. HITCHCOCK'S IVewiy invented SNUFF, FOR the cure and absoluto relief of catarrh, dizziness of the head, weak eyes, nervous """7",Mi luiicii-aicKiieuj, ins, ana jnrants troubled villi the snufiles, partial shocks of jiuiay, ucu. uniy cenis. For sale by DUTTON, CLARK & CO,, only agents in Brattleboro, for the solo proprie tors A. Hitchcock & Co., Utico, N. Y. Brultlcboro, July, 1S38. fyu EMPLOYMENT. A RARE eiiANci; for k nt Kit r nisi no YOUNO MEN. WANTED two or three active and well educated young MEN, lo go to the South, on Agencies, to whom the most liberal encouiagement will be given. Apply immedi ately, at the Brattleboro Book Store. Brattleboro, Nov.28, 1838. 13 Edward Kirkland, Counsellor & Attorney a Iaw BXlATTIiSBOItO, VT. Refer lo Pliny Merrick, Esq. . Emory Washburn, Etq. 5 rcester, Hon, Ephraim Stone, Tcmpeton,.Mass. Hall 00 Townslcv, Brattleboro. 0C3- OIHcc over the Store of E. W. Pro'uly & Co. 3mo8 corajvnssioNEns' notice. WE the subscriber, having been appoint ed bv the Probate Court fur the distiin 12 1 of Marlboro, comrnissionciB, to receive, exam ine unu mijuxi inc cmims ana ucmamis 01 an persons against the estate of JOSEPH mGE.otr, late nfCatskill, in the rounty of Green and o. . . 1 r . r ... onueoi iew orn, oeceaseu, represented in solvent, nntl tiUo ull claims ntul demands 111 offset thereto, and six months from the 7th day of XT I. . inn. 1 41 .. -.. ixuvciuncr, loaa, naving iicen allowed by said Court for Hint purpose; hereby teive noiee that we will attend to tho busincvTof our appoint ment oi mo uweinng-uouse 01 willaril iwar tin, in Guilford, in the county of Windham and Slate of Vermont, on the third Tuesdnys 01 January and l ebruary next, Irom lOo'clock, A. M., to 4 o'clock, P. M., on each of said days. EDWARD HOUGHTON, ) n , AMOS HART, J Com'rs. Guilford, December 17, 1838. ic GEO. 51. IJIiAKE & CO. IMPOIITEUS OF BUY GOODS AND DEAI.EUSIN WOOLLENS, No. 83 Milk-ttrtttftiiarlioppoiite Kilby-ttrtet, BOSTON, MASS. Geo. B. Blake, David Nevinc Jan. 15, 1833. lv2 JPiclded Fish. 20 BSkS L.AKE TROUT, and WHITE i- just received for sale, by Nov, 7, HALL &. TOWNSLEY. New Books. AV,IE,S' Arithmetic, do First Lessons in Algebra, do Bourdon: iln T.nann.lm ,i Surveying do. Analyiicul Geometry, do De scriptive Geometry, do Calculus, do Shades and Shadows Webster's Bibles, Dicks' Works complete in one volume, &o. , TIIC BiiATTLEBono Bookstore. November 14. Meat Barrels. WHITE Oak, Heart bound Meal Barrels, for sale by Dec. 10. HALL $ TOWNSLEY. IV. Sleeper, of Chc!sea A t. WOULD respectfully give notice, thut he is Agent of the following periodicals (or ii.uaiflio in ermoni, namely; jNortli American Review, Reprint of (he Four Quarterlies, N. Y. Revjcw, American Journal of Science and Ar.8,' Americun Biblical Repository, Literary nnd Theological Review, American Jurist and aw Magazine. Christian K.n ton Quarterly Review, National Portrait Gal lery or Distinguished Americana, American Monthly Mnganne, BentleyM Miscellany, Knickerbocker, Museum of Fpreign Liter'n- "..-, ociencu unu arts, JJlaekwood'n Edinburrr Mocazine.US. Murrnvin.. R r)i.m,.iL, u i V trary' .Aminl3f Edticotion,Thc Metro- Hw.,M,JuuijuKM,c,journnioi me franklin Insti ute.Gentlemen'a Magazine; Family Mugayinc, Parley' Magazine for Childien, the Lady's Hook, Ladies' Companion, Sunday School l eacher, Horticultural Register, Moanzjne of Horticulture Botany, Library of Health, Reli gious Mago-zinc, Clirisllan Spcclotor, South ern Literary Messenger, Select Medical Librn- John DellcM.-. Monthly, American Medf t . rlbrnV not! Intelligencer; edited by Rob ley Dunglmoiij M. D. Seml'monthlv, Ameri British and Foreign Medical Review, Medico Uiirurcical Review, Boston Medical and Sur gical Journal, Medical Examiner, Waldie's Select Library & New York Mirror; and he Will furnish anv, of thn nlinvn ivnrb. . ik idiorest notice, to, order,, or any onu wishing to bo furnished with hack number, Cn be ac commodatcd by culling two ilpors nouh of the mciiiuuiBi uiuircii, main &t. une sen v aire, Nov. 1, 1838. I ' CmojO The Art of Healing had Us origin in the woods, and the forest is still the best Medical School.1' The IIVDIAIV Purgative PILLS; UNIVERSAL MEDICINE OF THE North American College of Ileal th. Established ut Washington, D. C. Jan. 8th, 1838. ADDRESS TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. FELLOW CITIZENS: At a time like the present, when our country is literally flood ed with nostrums brought from foreign climes, you may perhnps think it an net of temerity in 'us to oiler, os u candidate for your favor and patronage, a Medicine which is strictly Amer ica!. Common sense, however teaches us, that those herbs which spring spontaneously from our native soil, must be better adapted to our constitutions llinubrfipn medicines, how ever useful tho latter may have been in the countiies lo which they belong. The climate of the United Stales stands unrivalled for the production of medicinal plants, and a very little investigation will sullice to convince the most nkeplir.nl Hint our otrn country is able to sup ply all our wants, independent of foreign as sistance. In bringing n medicine before the public for the first tune, it is generally thought necessary toimpres8 the people with an idea of the diffi culties encountered in its discovery, or the on tiquity of its origin; thus une tells us that his medicine is " a newly discovered chemical compound, the result of many years' intense stuaii and scientific research ;" and another i ascrioes the honor lo somebody's Graadta- Tiir.ii, He rowt as the success ol a medicine must depend on ils own intrinsic merits, and not on the time or manncr.in which it was dis covered, we cannot sec the use of falsifying, for the puqtose of investing ils origin with ficti tious antiquity. Such auxiliaries arc not need ed on the present occasion, as a single dose of the Indian Purgative will sullici- to convince every invalid (and lo such only we look for an impartial vrrdict) that ils curative effects are incalculably superior to those of any other med icine now in use. Proud of thia superiority, we tcorn fictitious old, but give it to the world for what it i.i.SI PM LV A compound of FOUR SIMPLE HERBS, used for the cure of dis e.w, bv THE COPPER CC LORED WAR RIORS OF THE WEST. Oncofthc herbs is an expectorant, one a sudorific, one a diu retic, and one a cathartic. The proper com bination of the above forms a medicine, of such EFFICACY and POWER as has been hith erto unknown in the art of heuling. Its mode of curing ii first to neutralize all putrefactive matter in the body; wcond to cause the exnul- ' sion ol the same through the proper outlets, ' provided bv nature for that purpose; consc- 1 ' -.1..?. . " ..?.. . . . it. .1 , ijucmuj in (iciiiiu 1 3 uoi ciiiiiini-ii iu me noweis, although it is greatest there, but extends to the nostrils, throat, salivia! glands, lungs, ekiu and kidney. Each of the above drains is intended by na ture for the discharge of an excretion or impu rity peculiar to itself, and although we may for a time compel the constitution to evacuate the whole through one drain, such treatment can not fail to derange the mechanism of the oodv, oiid utterly ruin the health of the patient. I t is true that all diseases ari?e from impurities of the blood, but it is also true 'that nature has provided many different channels for the dis charge of these impuiitio; therefore we are not likely to benefit the patient by trampling on the laws ofnature, in biinging all the dif ferent kinds of excretory matter through one channel; hence the cviiol allempting to cure all diieose.1 by a course of sweating, or vomit ing, or physicing, or any oilier method which opens only one class of excretories. No medicine deserves to be called a Univer sal Remedy unless it's effects exteiid to each and every one of the natural drains, and this pow er is not even claimed by nny medicine except Ihe Indian Purgative. In accordance with these several properties, the operation of the Indian Purgative is regulated by the state of the patients body. Thus, if the olistructing matter is lodged in the urinal exctelorics.Jt will act ns n diuretic: if in the bronchia! ves sels or pulmonary excretories, it will induce ex jitctoiiition; ifin the cells of the cellular mcm broneor excretories of Ihe skin, n irpntl,. nmlr. fectuul perspiration will be kept up; and, under every combination of ciicuiiiblances, it will act more or less as n cathartic. Here it is proper to remaik, that allhounh the nunraiivi! ahvnra induces an increased numlier of alvine evacua tions, and is capable of overcoming the most obstinate cases of rostiveness, it does not raise n " hurricane" in the boweln, nor woste the healthy juices by over-action. Its effects ex tend to every pa.tt of the system, and for that reason arc not liable to ovcr'action in any part. The inestimable value of a medicine" which will act on all the excretories, at one anilitho same tune, is more apparent when we reflect that the human body is n complicated machine, consisting of numberless different and, distinct members, all of which are so intimately con nected, nnd mutually descendant, that no ope part, can bo injured witljout producing a cor responding degree of injury on every other part: therefore, one nnn ifiln. Kn.t., i, diseased, nnd another part healthy; neither can one part he cured while another part remnina disposed. Disease becins in tlin htnivt nn.l ... the blood flows to every nart nl il,n Lium every part of the BVstem must become more or iws diseased; no disease is cured unless ilm cause is removed, and to remove the cause wo r i i rc ,,lu bl(MHl to 0 ""lthy state, and if the blood is made healthy, every part of tho body ' mull be the same. We have now illustrated llm dian sysitem of pracice, nnd the more it is in vesligateil ihe more reasonable it oppears as regards its truth, we have only to reflect that it was taueht by Nature, and therefore mutt be true. When the body stands in need of nour ishnienl, we are impelled bv hunger to eat; anil .viiiii ii 13 uidrnseu, we ore impelled hy instinct In use medicine; and there cannot be n doubt that il wo lived in a stntn nl' nntnr.. tl.iu PROPER MKDICINE: hence tho superior! iy oi me Hunan system. The nrt or healing was first learned in (he woods, and to this day the untutored savago is the best medical teach er; lor the Indian practice is the only one which" is consonant to Hiosi !ternal and immutable laws which govern tho nnimal economy. CO-PRINCIPAL OFFICE for tho New England Stnles, for tho sale of the above PUll GATIVE PILLS, No. 198 Tremont street, uuaiuil. Price S3 cts. per ITox.. IC75 The following persons have been duly appointed AGENTS loptheRnln oi'ilm mm. AN PURGATIVE PILLS'. Nathaniel Cheney, Jr. West Tmonthena, BR ATTLEBOlto Bihoe, BnUkr U Co. Agents for Windham County, u 2 STATIONARY OF cyery description-a? Binqe, Biu'cKr-ir &Co's. 'N6v. '