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Wn WM'jlifii'tT , 1815.
-JUSTICES AND CONSTABLES
Printed on sheel far ihe purpose of Pun,
iiiff np in their Offices.
TOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
liTT" Tlia require! Justice and Con
stable to have his bill of feei postod up in
Blanki lor CONSTABLE SALES.
HJ1'U.!.. ii ii
IVcw rotOfHce Law.
The now F'oil-Ortke Law went into oporation
von tha first of July. Having heietefura tMCTted
that " Tat Coicmiu DcMncaiT" wae tha only
. paper that could be tent FREE of pottage to eve
ry Post-Office in the County of Columbia, end it
Laving been donied by the Danville papcra, we
have carefully arranged a table of diatancea from
lilaoraaburg and Danville, to the different office
in the County, by the neaieat mail routei. by
- which it will he Been, that thore are FIVE Pot
Offices OVER THIRTY MILES FROM DAN
VILLE, and NOT ONE FROM BLOOMS
'Distance from ' Distance from
Blopmaburg 00 14
-Danville 14 ' OP
i Espy 3 , 17
Lime Ridge 8 20
Berwick 12 26
1 Foundry ville 14 28
Driercreuk 12 26
Light Street 3 17
Orangeville 6 20
rPoalera 10 24
Fiiihingcreek 21 35
Benton 23 37
Cokcrcek 22 36
Centre 26 40
Rhoreburg 10 24
Greenwood 13 27
f.Iillville 10 '24
MorJumvillo 5 19
Buckhorn 4 1
Jeracylown 10 24
White Wall 14 28
flifflinville 17 31
Cattiiwissa Forge 11 15
'Beaver Vullcy 15 19
- Cattawissa ,6 9
Numidia. '12 16
Mooreaburg 20 0
BomUville 22 8
Wasliinglunvile 22 8
JDerry 27 U
'-TOTAL, -389 C29
L 1 -! A
fGeorge W Moirii, Esq. af Greenwoor
'having been been named by a corresponden
of the Columbia Enquirer, as a Tsodidate
for County Treasurer, with out his know-
ledre or coneeal, we are outherised by
him to lay thai he will not be a candidate
'for that, or any other office this fall,
Court Commence! in Danville on Monday
week, wbich will give a good opportunity
for all those indebted to us todiicharge a
pari if not the whole ef our claims, we aie
much in want of money, and must have it:
It will be recollected that our pzper goes
ifree of postage to every office in the county
and we hope at Court to receive a large
addition to our Subscription list.
XINVILL, OSTERLOII & WEST.
In another column will be found the
business card of Aessrs- Linville, Osterloh
& West, No 64, North Third Street, op
posite the Gulden Swan, Philadelphia, to
which we would call the attention of our
meichants. Our old friend S. S. Bar
.ton, Esq. of Huntington county, hts as
eociated himself with the firm, and will no
, doubt be pleased to receive the calls of
. all -his rienile. From onr acquaintance
with Mr Marlon, we cordially commend
him la all, as a gentleman deserving the
confidence of the community, having no
doubt that hisconnexiioo with the firm, will
. add much to its claims to lite liade of the
.merchants in the country,
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1 On Monday morning last.one of the large
AnthraciteFurnaces. built uponFishing creek
near this village, by the B. Ii. R. I Com
pany, was blownja under the superintend
anceorAfr. JAMES RALSTON, h i
.now doing well, &L making good Iron, with
every prospect uf being a lucrative concern
i to the proprietors. The other stack will
be put iu blast in a few wceksi In our
next we intend giving a description of these
works and of the company property, that
the community may have some idea of the
Fishing creek water power, and of the
.immense facilities possessed by this com
pany ft" !l" manufacture of Iron.
The Post Office departrneut tM decided
io take only American coin in payment for
postage, or to receive Spanish fips, levied
nnd qosrters, aa eq tal only to hall ilimes.
.Jjinei, iod t'vrn'y-tlirce cents.
ijThe Puil Master General lias tlecid
ed that under the new Post Olfice lav
ihe fiaaiage on letters and pspcrs must b.
rated according lo the distance they havi
lo Uavcl on (ho nearest mail route, end
by the ahorlest travelled ditlanre ifron
one pluee to another. This corroborate!
our siatement thai there aw FIVE POS I
OFFICES.in the county, thai the DanvilU
pipers canool be sent to free of pojlsge.
NORTH BRANCH CANAL COM
PANY. At in election, held by the stockhold
rs in Philadelphia, on the 22d ult.
he following persons were chosen to
ere ai officers of the abovo company
for the year current:
GAKKIC MALLERY, President.
Daniel Ttler, Vice President.
Zcbedee Cook, jr.,Sec'y and Treas
Gsrriek Mallery, 1
Elihu Chauncey, Philadelphia.
Jacob Graz, )
G. M. Hollenback, ? .
John L. Butler, Luz?rne'
Sherman D. Phelps, Wyoming.
C. L. Ward, .) ,
John Lsporte, J BrJford
J3aniel Tj ler, .
G. Winthrop Gray,!
Edward R. Biddle, j-iVew York.
Zebedee Cook, jr. J
THE MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.
The Magnetic Telegraoh.between Bos
ton and New York, and Bosten, and Phtla
delphia, and from New 'York to .Buffalo, is
new in the hands of workmen.and will soon
be completed The line Southwardly has
made no progress the initial steps having
Members of Congress, under the new law
must pay postage on all letters received by
them unul wuhin thirty days of the meet
mg of -Congress.
ELECTIONS IN AUGUST.
The elections take place in seven States
his month, as dollowa:
Noith Carolina, Atig.7 LegiUlurfcV9 M C
lennessee, 7 uov. Leg and 41
Kentucky, 4 Leg lure and 10
4 Les'ture and 10
4 Leg'iute and 7
complete the elections for
tha 27ih Connreis. in all the Smlea ex
cepl Ahts land (6) which votes in Octobe
and Mississippi (4) in November. Tin
Stales of Maine, New Hampshire ant)
Macsiic'htiaett!. have one member of Con
eres each to elect to supply vacancies in
On the nolilical comrdexinn of tha Ten
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easee Legislature depends the choice of a
senator oi ine unitea otates. Mainmort
RESIGNATION OF PHOF. POTTER
The Schenectady Cabinet publishes tin
letter of Dr. Alonzo Potter, to the trustees
of Union College, tendering his resignation
as Professor of Rhetoric and Moral
Philosophy. The letter wis referred bv
the trustees to a committee of which Gov.
Wright was chairman, and who reported a
resolution accepting the resignation of the
Rev. cent., 'under the deep conviction thai
higher and holier duties call him to another
and a different fit I J ot labor, and exprssa
ing their earnest wishes thai health, happi
nessand increased usefulness may mark his
career in his new position
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We often hear of the mishaps of editors.
manufacturers and merchantsand have now
one of farmers. The Lowell Courier, in a
pathetic notice of the death of a cow,
weighing a ion, says she was 'above seven
years old, and was soon to Pave had a call,
which the Hon, Daniel Webster was In
have had for his Marshfield farm.
Important Change in Fashions. Tin
bustle is about to be dispensed with by the
ladies, and the circular skirl is to be sub
There are 22 bishops in the Unitei'
States, and 1,109, clergymen o( this
Col. Johnson. The Whig papers are
busily copying a contemptible and Irans
parent hoax from the Batdstown (Ky.)
Gazelle Extra, relating to Col. R M. John
son, a Mr, Figg, and the killing of Tecum
sch. The only surprising thing is thai
any of their readers can be found to believe
The old Swedish cutom of announcing
each hour with a trumpei from the t hnrch
steeple, and singing n song u assure the
people that no conflagration is to be obsetv
ed., is still kepi op al Upeal, and in all an-
i lent uu us u bvveuen.
Upon the receipt of the ncwi of tho death
f General Jackson, at Liverpool England.
iver foreign veasd, as well ai American.
Homed tluir flgs at half, ai a token ol
respect to his memorv.
SENTENCE OF FLO W ER Y.
The anniveiaary of Emancipation in the
West indies was celebrate! in the United
States Circuit Court at Boston, sayi the
Courier, by pronouncing sentence on Pe'er
Flowery, heretofore convicted of fitting out
he schooner Spitfire, with intent to engage
ii the slave iraoe. The exceptions taken
by his counsel having been argued at a
former day, were now overruled, and he
was ordered lo pay a fine of 12000, and to
suffer imprisonment in the common jail five
years. The sentence was pronouno.'d by
Judge Sprague. On account of the uu
healthy nature of the Boston Jail he was
committed to that of Salem.
'CARTER AND PARKE.
The Couit of Errors, at Trenton on
Fridy, affirmed 'the Judgements in the case
of Joseph'Cafier and Peter VV. Parke, so
that the prisoners will be executed accord
ing lo their sentence, at Belvidere.oa Tues
day the 22d day of August, instant.
A Great Unknown An exchange
paper re lates in very touchine verap.ih
opposite fates of Iwo early friends: tin
lin e laie is oia out Das a great moral.
One took a paper, and his life
Was happier than a king's
His children all'could read and write.
And talk of men and things.
The other look no paper and,
While strolling through the wood,
A tree fell down, upon his crown,
And killed him as it should
Had he been reading of the news,
At home, like neighbor Jim,
I'll bet a cent that accident
Would not have happend him.
THE PRESS IN GERMANY.
To show the sort of'liberty of the press'
enjoyed in Berlin, it is stated in a recent
French paper that a celebrated advocate, a
man of profound legal learning and spot'esg
reputation, has been condemned to four
huudied dialers, for the high crime and
misdemeanor of writing an article in a pri
todical work recommending the opening of
the conns and the public administration of
Justice! But there is another case which
really outstrips it. A newspaper, with
circulation of 5000, producing a large in
come to its proprietors, has been suppos
ed by Ihe government, on the ground thai
iis writers gave ihe censors too much Irou
jble in correcting their articles!
A SHOCKING MUKDERIN LYCO
The Miltonian states that 'a cold blood
ed murder was perpetrated in Nippenose
Bottom, Lyconrng county, on Saturday
af'.ernoon, had tuken supper with him thai
evening, and had put his horse in the field
ho pasture, intending to stay all night
About II o'clock at night he said he would
go home, a distance of 11 miles Siewari
wanted him to slay all night, but he refused
and left the house for the purpose of going
io the field for hu horse. Steward follow
ed lo assist him'. Whilst in the field Hunt
look a dirk knife out of his pocket and
stabbed him to the heart ilie ILIh
utting off a rib, causing instant death He
was found some time afterwards lying upon
his face. Hunt immediately went to Jer
oey shore, about a mile distant, where he
slaved all night. In the morning he remark
ed lo a gentleman that he and Stewart had
quarrel and he had cut him with his
knife, and wondered whether he was much
hurt. Soon afterwards the new came
hat he had killed Stewart, when he was ar
rested and corumined to jail to await m
trial at the next Court.
The Mercury Segusien speaks of an ex
raordinary invention which has just been
privately exhibited al Saint Etieme.
consists in rendering glass when cold as
malleable as when in the most heated elate
fhe inventor has given to it the name ol
Silicon, The glass is of a fine white color
nd transparent as crystal, and can be roll
cd and fattened like any metal. Specimens
of the silicon are, it is said, io bs publicly
xhibited in the place de 1' Hotel de Ville at
iThe next Presidential election- which
will take place in 1648. will ha held on
the same day.simullaneouslv in everv State
of ihe Union. By thai time, ii is nrobablv
hat Morse's 7'elrgraph will be erected to
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lumiuuijiiniQ wiui ine capita. v every oiaie
and ihe result of the eleciion may be known
t any point as soon as the returns are
transmitted lo Ihe Capitals. This will
save much anxiety and Preveut trteai snecn.
THE YOUNG QUEEN JEALOUS.
ins i una papers stale mat there is f
mysterious rumor that the cause of Victo
ria's declining to visil Paris, was theknowl
edge dial a plot had been concocted agnins
hei Majesty's domesiic peace, whoss iea!
ousy of Prince Albert is now generally un-
ucieioou. hi is said that some of ihe rksi
beautiful women at the Parisian Couit had
resolved lo attack the Prince immediately
on his arrival, and their plans were so ex
quisitely arranged that he could hardly fail
to have fallen into the snare prepared for
him. Her Majesty,. however, heard of it,
and notwithstanding the urgent entreaties
of the Duke of Nemours, and the solicita
tions of Louis Phillippe and the rest of his
family, remained inexorable, and does noi
visit Paris this year.
WAR AND PESTILENCE AMONG
The Si. Louis Xlissourian cf the 18ih u't
says: A gentleman jusl in from (he moun-
tains states that the measles had bioken
out amonp the Sioux, while on a war ex
cursion against the Ciows, on ihe Yellow-
Stone river, and that from 700 to 800 had
died. The Crows, having heard of the
measles among the Sioux, retired in con
sternalion towards the mountain. Thi
Sioux, disappointed in meeting Ihe Crows,
leu upon Ihe lodges of a peaceful prairit
tribe, killing 70 and taking 80 prisoners.this
occurred on the 16th of May Inst. The
Crows and Sioux are hereditary enemies,
and carrying on unceasing hostilities. Last
fall the Sioux made an incursion into the
Crow county, where ihey were met by ihe
Crows, and defeated some 35 or 40 war
Mors fell in the battle. To aveni?e the
death of their comrades, the stiong expedi
tion was fitted out this spring.which proved
a failure, en account of ihe measles break
ing out in the camp.
A BRIDAL PARTY DROWNED.
On the 11th ult, Miss Rosalie Huelbig,
her molher, two sisters and Miss Dressel,
were drowned in the Kaskaski river.Illinois
which ihey attempted to crosson their way
io Priarie du Lang, Miss II. lefl home
ihat morning with a bridal parly, to be mar
ried to Mr. E. II. Kettld, who, with his
friends, was waiting at his residence, some
niles. distant, to receive ;his bride. Being
alarmed al (he delay, he proceeded to the
river, were he saw the father of the young
lady, who was on the river bank with the
ttve corpses lying near him The father
was nearly frantic with grief. The corpse
were taken lo the house of the intended
bridegroom, and the marriage festivities
gave place to funeral riles.
jonn raiereon, lately returned from sea
was murdered by being knocked down in
Commercial street, Bos'on, on Wednesday
night lam, and robbed of a small sum of
money. The perpetrator of ihe crime in
Persecution of the Jews in Russia By
a recent ordinance, the dress of the Jewf
and Jewesses in Poland is ihus decieed:
I he locks of hair worn by the men, and
which are considered by ihem to be n
sacred as llieir beard, lo be discontinued.'
&c. Unmarried woman 'not lo wear anv
covering on their head, and to draw their
hair lo front of their head, aud lo retain
there by means of a comb.' Disobedience
of these and similar brutalities are to be
visited by a fine of four stiver roubles.
We know a gal in our town whose bus
tle is so large thai she is compelled evert
time she dresses to ax in her neighbors
make a raisen lo get the thing up to wheie
she wants it. Exchange.
An eloanent and
IIS h 1
on the Life and Character of Gen Jackson
was deliveoeu. nuisuant lu annointmpni in
the Hall of the House of Kenieseniativpi m
Hamsburg, on the 24 ult., by His excellen
cv I ramcis It. tMii'NK. Uovernnr nf lli
T. ' f I -. . .. f mm
i wo Biity iiicii ai ovracuse, n y.
out recently lo see which could walk
plank the longest without sleeping, on
bet of 9100 Thev continued Walk in
without rest or sleep 53 hours.when nn
ihem was seized with cramp and fell off.
Workmen are ensased in ilm ft
unamuerai tvasningion. nrenannir p-i.
for 8 more Senators, from Florida, Jowa
f i i p.
7Ae Increase of Manufacturing Wen)r
It is estimated by a gentleman of intelli
gence and well acauainied with the h..
ness of Pittsburg, ihal $1, -000,000 ar eadd-
pri vpnrlv (A the oninal sjuanlil
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py -its proiiucuve industry. Large as the
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estimate is.ins altogether probable; and we
are not sure that in proportion to (he means
employed, uie same ratio ol increase would
noi be found to exist in many other njanufac.
luring communities of our country.
The amhor of a pamphlet rrcenlU
published in Eimlaml. mates Ihat ih'.
oil of ihat counlrv. which in the vp.
1775, belonged to aboul 240, proprietor!
in IS 1 5 was owned by about 50,000, and
'hat there is every reason lo believe thai
this rocesof accumulation iu ihe hand
ol a few has been noinir on wiih pnnu
rapidity from 1815 to ihe presetil lime.
Iron, in some way or other, is now
produced in twenty-lour of the Unite.
Stales and in one territory. Wisconsin
Mississippi, Arkansas, and Florika ae
re me only aiaten, anil Iowa and id
District of Columbia the only oilier sec
ions where there are no product ol
Another race is to come off belween
b ashion and Peytonia in October nexi.
Moirt are reciuning lor tho final con
I . !
A Girl Strangled to death by a
Snake. A little ghl, about eight years
it age, was strangled by a snake las
wetk near Baml ririge, in Lancastti
counly, Pa. She had been senl logalh
er blackbeiries in a field, a doit dis
tance from the house, and beine absen
lor a longer lime than usual, her parent
proceeded lo search for her, I hey
ound herquile dead with a large bloc
nake coiled around her neck.
The Increase of Manufacturing
Wealth. It is esiimated bv a penile
man of intelligence and well acquainted
with Ihe business of Pillsburir that Si.
000,000 are added yearly to ihe aciu.il
weaiin ol Ihat cily by its productive in
usiry. L,arge as the estmiate is, it is
iliogelher probable: and we are not s Jre
mat in proportion to the means emnlov
ed the same rauo ot increase would noi
he found to exist in manv other man
ufacturing communities of oui country
In the present state of things between
the two countries, it may beot some in
terest to know how many poople there
are in Mexico. The lolal nonulation
is 6,982,070. Of this population of
Mexico, say seven millions of neonle.
one-seventh are whites, the rest are In
i ' a t r i a t w
V I I T
uians. nau-oreeus and negroes. It is
rather a mixed race to make war onar.y
naiiou and not much to be feared by
Where will their fanaticism end? The
Mormona, who have been residing in
St. Louis, have had a revelation thit
great portion of ihat city is soon to be
ourned down. Ihe nronhecv has crea
led considerable stir amongst them, and
they are preparing to remove lo Nau
THE WHITE HOUSE.
The country will owe a debt of frratitiidi
io Mrs. Polk for introducing a svaiem ,i
republican simplicity into ihe Presidential
Mansion, lo which it has hitherlo been i
a stranger. We have already enota
aud again of the perfectly plain, quiel. and
very agreeable mode which has been adopt
ed in receiving company, we have now u
i t f
uianK ner, in oeiiaii ol the whole nation
for the exceedingly judicious seleciiont
winch have rnrde in titling up the White
.louse. All is simple, neat, as it should
he. But a small expenditure. rnmnaraiivo
ly, will be made, economy and simplicity
are tne orcicr ot me day. A ea utarv esRm
is taught lo those who mnke their whole
lives an almost unendurable rune in striving
io Keep up appearances. V. S. Journal,
A new system of Electrical Telecranh
by which ihe despatch is written with i
pen by the mere action of the fluid, h-:
'iccii imcu ai urusaeii, in presence ol the
,.: I n i - , .
Minister of Public Works, and is staled to
have been entirely successful.
ROMANCE IN REAL LIFE.
A few months since a vouns German
at Dayton Ohio, in a fit ol frenzied jealousy
leapea :rom a window of a room whi
was in lheihird slorv of Ihe bi ilJing &
most horribly bruised and mangled by
lall 1 lie cause of ihe desperate act
a refusal on the put of his 'ladylove'
dance with him. yhe Transcript of
above place says thai he has since complete
ly recovered, and has married thai very
girl Ihat caused his mUfotiund She cer
tainly conld noi longer doubt his devoted
ness, although she might suspect him of
The steamer Big Haiehee. a Pittsburel
Boat owned and commanded by Capi
Rosal Frisbee, burst her starboard boiler in
leaving Herman, about 100 miles above St
Louie, on the Missouri river on the 23d
one A.M. The boiler was thrown
through the cabin floor, and op through
hurricane deck, overboard, and into
river by ihe wheelhouse making a perf
wrecK of the boat above the lower deck
far back as ihe ladies' cabi.i, and spreadinc
'death and desolation among! the pasaen-
The number of killed and scalded is abo
A MISSIOITRI JUDGK.
They have quite an original w.iy
loing, things out in M.issoiui. A good
-lory is told of cne Judge Allen, more
familiarly known as 'Horse Allen.' He
determined at one time to administer ihe
law ir. due order, for Ihe mmiahmpni f
certain offenders, and Becordjnglw tl,e
herijl, J-iry and witnesses were a.Hin
lfd. The first order of the cotnt was
o'Mrip' and go lo work and raise a
onri housethia was done wi:h a few
, and the court was opened, when a
em..rk from some one called down Ihe
indignation of ihe judge, and he order
d business lo be suspended for fifteen
minutes, an' H'ng up lo the disturber
ave him a terrible whipping. He then
lelumed io Ihe bench
na from ihe exerrii. nH .n-
pie!' said b?' am hereto adiud th
aw and adminster Jiiaiic. h ik,.n.u.
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If you care anything ahoul civilization,
I'm ready io give you a touch of ii. As
'he sheriffand hisofficers are noi enough
here am I single handed -md if any
one says he aim satined, I'll arfjntm
the court again and give him a chance!'
It is htrdly necessary to s.iv ili.i it,'
cticuetle of 'Horse Allen's court was
ut-ver inlnnged aNer that.
A work was some lime since publish
ed, enlilled American Fads, in which it
is staled that the Harpers, of New York
ire said to have paid Mr. Prescotl 575,.
000 (JC 15,006.) for the r edition oi
his -Conquest of Mexico,' and to hare,
offered double ihe sum (which was de
dined) for the entire cop) right. In
two years the sales cf 'JJai'nei Notes
yielded the auihors alone more than
S5.0CO. President Dny has received
more than 525,000 (5000; for an Al
gebra, and Dr. Webster had about ihe
same sum for a spelling book (!) . and all
these retained their coiivrislii in fnmm
editions. A Philadnl
paid fo authors $135,000 in five years.
Geese must be geese indeed, if they
lo not own Mr. osenh Gilloii for ihPir
best benefactor. From December. 18-
42, lo December, 1833, there were
manufactured at Mr. Gilloli's establish.
menl alone 1 05; 1 25. 93 steel pens.
They are taking the census of Boston.
and it is thought ihe nonulaiion of ihat
cily will be found to number trom 1 lo
to 120 thousand, independent of 'ihe in
habitauti ol the villages suirounding
It has taken three centuries to devel-
pe the powers contained in the heabs
'vlvch compose ihe Unnrleih Pill's.
I'hese celehraiCflVegelahle Pills for ona'
hundred years have been made. The
American public havt found ihem de-
erv log of patronage, and it has heen.
& is, liberally bestowed upon this medi
cine. Now however, no sooner in a
new advertisement written by the Doc
or but it is at once cut out of ih mnei-
5l 'Brandelh' taken out 'and Indian, or
onie other name substituted, inrlirativu
ofsome other medicine by some lilenry
'niei lor us nare-t. Wear v oil h
Pills at present before the mililie. am
made by men who for vears livurt h
counterfeiting the Brandieth Pills, and
have only taken to the present specula-
Hon, since Dr. Brandrelh compelled
'hem lo abandon that method nf iVnnnr.
dizing the lives of their fellow ciuzens.
m. . . ...
1 he analysis of all these nreienrled
vegetable medicines, shew a large pro
portion of Ciude Anliroonv in their
composition, and it appears Ihey rely
ennreiy upo-i this mineral poison, for
ine pmgative etlect. Ii is a verv easv
thing lo delect mineral in pills of any
now to detect a mineral in tills
Take a pill supposed loconlain a min-
eral place it on a shovel over a red clear
il there a mineral in il. it will
not lose its shape. It is Ihus with the
ndian Pills, and manv others before
the publ c. The advantage of ihesn
pills in case of wir would be very gfeat
s iney not only retain ihtir (.hupp, but
emain red hot a lone lime after i.W
are taken from the fire. Even boilinz
hem with sugar will not change their
hane a oil, you can not hurl the shana
of these pills, il would be well if ihey
were as harmless to those who ore very
iniuiious making ihe naiient exceeding.
ly subject !o St. Vitus' pance and Epi-
epsy. fiohahly very little of these
pilis are sold, so the injury is not so
ireat. I have also tried the Brandieth
'ills, by the same, and other methods,
nd rind Ihem purely reeetab e. When
died by the fire ihey change lo a car
nonacioui mass, after givine olf a ereaf
quantity of fl ime. The one may be
considered the medicine of Life, (he
other, fi'e proof pill, or Messenger of
Death. This communicaiion it is hope,d,
will cause those persons who are spents
for thece new untried pretended rerr.e-
Jiei, io make the above experiments oj
on them, and if ihey sell them after, i
a lorgei to label (hem poison.