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r DEMOCRATIC ,WHO'PAINtrP,
napible)ll.lT! isil .. t,tll , E_ ufi_h_ic
1. jA sOidfd National Currency, regulated by the
will stud authority of the Nation. •
ie. An adequate Itittenue,:witit fair Protection to
• 4 1*.itlfd. restraints:dhthe. Executive power, et&
bracing,a'furthern restriction on • the exercitio of
the Veto. '
---' 7 4:.A-faithfuladministration-of the public domain,
with an'equitable diatribnlion of. the proceeds •
• Of isles of it aiming all the States. •
5-;-An•heitest-,-and:: economical administrationof
the GenohilGOvernment,lea:ving public officers
iiirfliCtireedom of thought and of the right of
„suffrage; but With , suitable restraints: against
improper interfereuee in elections.
Q. An amendment to the Constitution, limiting
; the incumbent , of the Presidential office to a
• These objects attained, I think that we should
cease to be afflicted with bad administration o 1
Appointment by the Governor.
Gaylord Church, Esq., of Meadville, to be Pre
' iiderifJudge of the Judicial District, composed
of the emetics -of Crawford,,Erie, Warren, and
Venattge, in the place of the Hon. Nathaniel B.
; Eldred, resigned, ;
'll3 - The venerable Bishop Roberta, of the 57eth.
ndist . Episcopal Church, died at his residence ,
near Ilawrenceport, Indiana, on the,27thillarch.
Messrs: Webster and Cans.
, Gj'A very Important correspondence hge
taken place between Mr. Webster and Gen..
Vasa, which as It is altogether too long far our
•pace wo•cdn' give but a slight notice nE The
'correamdcmc .rulates_to the Quintuple, Treaty_
• end- the Right of Search, and afterward to-the
~ negociated lby — Mr. - Webster — and Lord
Ashbuilon. The subject gaverise to a very sharp
personal controversy betweeii the two gentlemen,
in which Mr. Cass has unqueitieinabli come out
•At the time it'watt first made immvn that Gen.
C.4/3, as the Representative of the United States,
•at the Court of •France, had undertaken to inter-
fere With a Treaty which the egentii of that ger
-11'd iiercitilitid — WitffidlSViowers, of
thil_United Starts was.ncit one r atid the rat
. ification..of which was then 4 oridCr consideration,'
.'We were struck ‘sith'surprise at what we consid
. ered - an iinpertinent interprenco with a subject
with which he had no concern—and we appre.
4 headed. that Itwonld be considered by the- Presl
dent and the 'SeerMary tf State as it sufficient
"canoe to justify his rear& from the mission which
he then held. Inthis respect, we were mistakeh
—and so far were these functionaries from ex.,
• pressing any disapprobation that Mr. Webster.
in lila letter ApriLjth. 1.80, in behalf of the
Presideni; espressos Ms full approval' and warm
' commendation of the •teturso 'taken by General
Cass, in his tananumication to the French Gov
! ern Met+
Not satisfied with this extra.diplotnatiz inter
ference with the affairs ofthe Nation at the Court
' Of;which•he was thou officially resident, General
- 'Cais,:tipdri the v rieity -- of Waihington being - eclat=
'Aunictited to . iiiia,lindertakes - to'be in high dud
geon atAhe ,courie taken by our Government, in
`the negociations between Mr. Webster and Lord
Merit onglitrto havts been more regardful of the
"operations which he had been carrying on, at the
- French Court.. - He virtually charges them with
'having abandoned their ground in relation to the
- -Hight'hf•Herch questioi,Tmd having granted all
' that Greatliritairi had ever claimed, on that point;
Worse' than all this, he charges our Government
' with - having plated Mm in a false position—from
whichite COUiti discover no escape, but by return.
' lag home whir the least possible delay.
To the ground assumed by General Case, in re.
4ard-to thelVashington Treaty, Mr. 'Webster's
rtiktiiti fiat, pointed 'and:searching. The .Seere
-4 roanagee the subjettwith great ability,' and
• cWerwlielmineetrength. 'There appears to us to
be notam inch of:graund. for the late Minister to
eland Upon—and we think, General Cass has
good reason to regret that he ever wrote the let
t ter of 1642. •
The Rhode Island Election.
- • /1 3 ja orient - Electron has taken
1 phiOerainl , ieliai!revalted favorably the' cause--- ': -- Ofttirriatin•itteiidearattd — Conetitutional Liberty
_ The election too on_Wcdneeday•laet. The
ftiOiola and . o . apperOkt.
reLaw and Order have nd
dererve the . higliest•corn. :
rnendationa from all .good men throughont , the
iediqicatte or riot end rebellion—
thee o the üblio peace -the promoteni
of lawleivitiO a:O4 have been signally;
and*.trtiet;irtrievahirdefeated. , ,.
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Noll- ,4 11 PAiinqkortotchtut frowsks.--The old
; ,t4ll BO 6 eibtsin ti rjo:hig Office, bidders to sup.
1 PM thd iiiiti'llos been • io'vived l- bi? John Tyler'
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an atiOnt4:i."Bo;,iii:ro.l:ooll4tVeil' g ftntlfini;
State ittkVetiy(, joitioi4tl4 t !*yiogiq*. ,
tlet u ertisacill against ilie • Guivarc mid aftes.llatr;
lag suppertedfidAdniinistrathin Th all•
ruptione ! fiiijour yearn : pastvitiesequilitiraiifisr,
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beeedrie affirled,' _
diipVClV''‘ir'the i Giive'in*ran& filled Witit•indig 7
'Mittennt Ilia alleged venality: ''W,hii can respect
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Weir letiarie;Wlien - iiieltited by, each motives No
• ing th , , .•
eleterest, or the State at, heart, and ,
tainting litiel'raally and ,Partizarai tiii•thelierieref
the Omani:n*oloolqt accord there any appro.
h' dim:* the auddmifit Of. yirtuotis hanesty they
have 'idiceietr'.' 'The; 4liele . affair! reveals eorrup.•
itiini(iwitielt;, the %Vhigs lieve tinei after'', time
tharged won. the; . ' ! i2t.dmitiistratiiiii,•tvhich/these ,
editors , have until :este:defended •and _ sustained,
and it certainly does,net acquit then Of ; cruninal
participation that. they only admit:the , trath-of
thdellegations after . the 'Governor 'oet.gen:
trailed , them' in.a-rash -for. the spoili
We have no sympathy for, either .party: Our
only, hope that the develepements of the 'last
few days may open the eyes of the people to the
'manner in wide,' they- have been galled, humbug.
ied and plundered by the seTstyled "Democratic",
party;:in whose hands and under • whose charge:
this good old Commenwealthlas had such a load
of debt leing about her neck that it has sunk her
humiliatiOn and 'shame, and threatens to on'.
galph her - in-infamy
Look at : the 'following canteaslone of the Har
risberg RepOrter, in a review of the Governor's
course; how much sympathy is mewed out over
the betraYal of the "Democratic" party, but not
a whit Is said or thought of the people, the nil:-
ridden people of all parties: Is it•not time the
people; should open their eyes to the "multitude
Of sins" which has been covered by the nainii,of
"democracy"? Road the extracts: • .
"The Legislature held an extra session duririg
the slimmer of 1841, during which the celebrated
"relief note" project was matured. The bill
passed_beth_Heuses and was' sent_ to the gover,
nor. Ho returned it with his veto.-.a document
which was as pure and elo quent in its style as it
was strong and conclusivein its:arguments.. The
bill finally paired tne Legislature in despite W
all the veto, by a constitutional majority, and the
people' of- Pennsylvania were tadght : to admire
the virtue, palletise' and.firmness of the author
of that veto, without havingli hinted to them,
that, toith characteristic- insincerity, DAVID R.
PORTER' exerted all his influence to procure the
success of the measure which' he, as Gcvernor of
Pennsylvania had hut a fey, days before denounc
ed,' in on official document ; as contrary to the
principles 'and spirit of dentocracy,and destruc.
tire to the interests of the, people.
,Womro free to confess it—for the conviction
democratic "party of Pennsylvania were duped,
and betrayed-into-die-support of Gov. Porter. in
1841, false representations- t and that the ma.
jceity of twenty-three thousan d votes (a majority
greatly increased, however, by the entire (hemp. •
tion and disorganization of the Whig party,
growing out of the death of General Harrison,
and the subsequent accession and course - of Pres;
ident Tyler,)' , were bestowed upon a candidate
who was eminently undeServing of the people's
suffrage, and.who is , ready, at any time, to pros.
trate the democratic party,' or transfer it to its
itself for the advancement of his own interests or.
Collection of 'the Taxes.
• *Vile Chamberskurg Whig suggests a new
'mode of collecting thO county Taxes,. which - is
,worthy of consideration, in these economizing
times. - &late number of that paper says: new
that the Legislature is making an effort to effect
Retrenchment and Economy in the public expen-
Aiteres, arid to dovtim . Ways and Moans to; pre.
serve the pledged faith of the State, and-at-tile
ennui time to make the burthen:of Taxation upon
the People as light as possible, would it not be
for members to consider whether the ex
pense of. Collecting the TAXEI3 -might not be a
voided.. We think it.coUld bo very readily ac
complished, by passing a law 'requiring taxubles
to pay their money directly into the County
Treasury, inttead of haVing township Collectors
to call for itand receive a cbmmisiionof 5 per
cent. It seem's perfectly clear to us that a sys
tem could be arranged by which the taxes could
be collected more promptly, than by the. present
go into a detail of'•our views, further than to say .
that we would have taxables furnished with no
tices of the amounts assessed upon them respec.
lively, the time when appeals would bo held, and
the day on which they would be required - to make
payment into the County Treasury. Theo after
the different periods appointed fur making such
payments, suits, to he brought against aelinquents
the same as for aniother debt. No person to be
allowed to vote who should not, if required, pro.
dece . a receipt for the payment of-his tax for that
year—or some. provision of this kind - Tilsit would
secure payment from those who pay,but trifling
taxes, and which is generally the most : difficult to
The Pottsville Journal after 'expressing its ap.
probation of the p}an, adds, we would also tecom.
mend that in case the taxes are not paid at the
time and place appointed, after notice is given, so
as to require a collector to procure them, those
who fail shall be charged the amount of the com.
mission annually paid to the collector in addition
to the taxes. . .
Tile first recorded'and successful effort to pour
light into the dark chambers of the idiot's mind
is the effort ofa Frenchman. ' M. Seguin, a young
thilanthropist, who has devoted himself, to the
inatrtnation of.children, afflicted with idiocy, pro:-
pose to teach After his mrthod a, number of chik
dreti taken from the hospitals. 'He was entrusted
with twOlve childien, from eight to sixteen years
of Age, tvhd were certified to be Idiots of reputed
,'lncurability. :.Not one of them'. cou ld read or
write; oth r ers'uttereA a fbw Inartidulate.sounds;
'untie ,Were, eidleptic;. and three or font. -bad con:
,convulsive vnevenenti. After
a year of
assllu . q,X;Segujavresanted the"ckildren
to a ,
!commission- ComPosikot. Al,. Fonda, M, Halper
avidllt:Ortiiii.. ' :It ;i;4O , fklittid: ihat they could, all
-ad, and iiint naitiwernild 7 Write COPleirtlint ift=
nliatost all Spoke distinctly,: answers
. , .
`wleiefOrneet; soma ; eould addoubtract. and even
even', multiply. - :' They.' had' sign...gained, much 1
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good:people of, Penheyhianhishid the:
tho 'depd. at , t,m;t : Tislero, 14, the'l4llor
le entrusted it'ith:lhp . High' power.
ingto?•Wheid is the- peneofhi'ipirit of William
Penn?. ' ' ' •
extreme:.relactance,staya the. Harrieburg.
Telegraph, we sceoid ,, ,asteveuk withoutparal
lel in the his'torY of PennstylVtipieoTpot,, , ..
sit;ut attach, in, the mintie of, sUOstlnle4,. ,
undoi any Oiretunstanecti; ileinOcjisree of: oai..
ism to the lowni.bratich 'of our teglitatitin,;rnisit .
end consign it to , immOrtel infatnyilf it•doeit,
not its own.renutallestianil ttle:clutrite.•
Lei of tho Continonweallh, by condign pun,sh.
Mont of thq autkoica!autiTors ,
the Indignity i
• Thitit morning, the State Capitol `piette; was
issued, 'with:the following , article , nnder its editci•
riukhcad; .• : '; • • ,•!
':'YOU, SHALL BOTH' HAVE •
THE 'CUSTOIII-HOUSE,:IF YOU VOTE FOIL
THE 'f', LEIt. CANDIDATE -FOR, ••S TA T E
PRINTEIt," eel-Porter Brawley s a id to Mal ow.
an and Emma.' "481qed," 'woe the restionsettial
they did.voto torliitu'inre enough. „In our next we
shall hold up 'to the public gaze every plan who has
been bribed:" , • .
. To understand the 'above rightly; it win bn - riee..
cssary to state,,thit on the first dari; trial in the
DonVention,to elect aState Printer,MollCGovian,
who is from Moyamensing, in the lower end of
the county of Philadelphia, and Mr. Bacon, who
is from Kensington in the upper section of 'the
same county, both voted'forMr. Brgton, the eau.
cue candidate for State Printer. • When the Con.
vention met on Friday, for another trial, Messrs:
MeGoivan and Bacon both, unexpectedly to every
one, voted for Dimock, the Governor's candidate.'
CAlarges Abet they
~were "bought up” were then
and have sinee'been whispered about. With this
cxplauation, we proceed with our narrative. •
___Bnmediatcly,aftcr_o4pieLl3o.llo .paper.contain- .
ing the above article were distiihnted in'tho House'
Mr: McGowan came' up to Mr. Bretton, the pub.
- Halter of the_Gazette, who was standing to the
loft oftho Spoaltees chair, bac-I5 near the entrance
of the room of tho Sergeant.at-Arms, and asked
him, if he was the• outlier of that: article?
Bretton '.said ho was. Mr, McGowah, it Is said:
swore at him—calling, him "damned rascal," or
some such term,:and.,sPitin..his..face, at the same
time throwing the paper at.him. • Before ho had
an opportunity to do any thing more, Mr. Bretton .
caught him by the vest- collar, but - -upon loosing
.his _ hold, ..11.1.egow raisycl .a., cheir, _end str.ucit...
him on the temple, inflicting-a rather bad wound.
(We wish it to be kept in mind by those who
read this, that, while this was going on,-the
House was in regular session-for business . , having
the bill relative to sale of d . ) main line of State
Canals and' Railroads,-under; considcration: and
that it all occurred on the floor of the chamber.)
Mrt.B, then"seiz4hold of. the . chair with both
hand's, and was pressing Mr. McG.' back, when
the latter, relinquishing the chair, drew from an
inner pocket, on the left breast of his frock coat, a
-dirk-knifo r -raising.,-it-suddenly-and-turningAt
quickly in his hanriTor a blow. Mr. Bretton at
once dropped the chair and fled behind the SPeak
er's rostrum; and around to the right of the Clerk's
desk, where McGowan caught up to . him, and.
there, in the presence of the assembledvrepresen
tativea of the people of Pennsylvania, drove the
uphftod.knife, into his back, but the bloW alight.
ing fortunately on the left shdulder blade, the
wound inflicted, though en ugly gash, was not
serious. No seccnd . blow was struck, we believe;
for the members rushed in . and.arreSted the fur- .
titer-progress of the homicide. The knife Was
taken from M'Gowan acid proved to have been
bent into a curve, by meeting with the resistance
of the shoulder hone. The force and good' will
with which the blow'was given may be estitnated
from this fact—though it is possible that tho
...motion of running gave unusual force
to the blOw.
While this scene was going on, and after it. had
closed, the greatest and most intense excitement
the members rushed limn their seats intn,the area
before the Speaker's ehair—businessfor the time
being was alined suspended. After the knife
was taken from McGo*an he proceeded to his
seal; and Mr..Bratton was taken in the room of
the'Sergeanfat-Arrns, and the extent of his inju- .
As soon as order could be• restored somewhat,
Mr. Deford offered a resolution to appoint a cora:
mittee of three, to examine and report an the ch.-
cumstancea of the assault; which was agreed to
without &hate, with an amendment, increasing
the• comenttee to five, and giving it power to
send fur persons and papers. The Speaker ap-*
pointed the followinernembers as the committee:
Messrs. Deford, ElWell, * Morris, Hahn and Skin-
An hour or so after this, a constable came to
the doOr of the'llocsewith a magistrate's warrant
for McGawluea tan*, on the charge of "assault
and battery, with infant to kill." There was no
power to execute the warrant on 'Mr. McGowan
while he, was in the House; but at the suggestion
of some of his friends, he came out and surrender-.
ed himself, When he was taken before Xuatico
Snyder and bound over in $ . 2000; for his appear
ance to answer en tho charge laid in the'warrant.
The above ie.a plain statement of the facts as
they occurred. , We have endeavored to give'
them correctly, without bias or prejudice of any
kind,and think we have succeeded.
, The Massachusetts manufacturers have so im
proved. their machinery and their skill, and the
prices of wool are so moderate, that they, can now
mike ,excellent snoneseline de laine:—thet is, Wool 7
len muilin.:.at a Cost of only cents per yard. It
,is also isaltrthrit the ',Owen milli are
cloths rind cairtimeree, 'equal. tri the imported, mud
at a cost• as favorable. . ;- •
"'A Ricat'Otwi.- 11 The t attar of a = ./. that'll paper,
.ielates" the foflgWfailitridedt 'tri . eased lit, hlin,
`,at Baton Rotigh (I , uriiyg idiea fair winch
Mr. Clay. attended. In that Phtatv . ,.... . -,
, d ,A. lady attutdint near tat,w4Wrodallod!to, Mr.
.ofeY. ' After tile ..ueTtl'Vftg a r ekeebeerve!f!
4 W di M*. PI ai i 'Uric ,11 fr i en dofyotws,
so,anich mi:indearf,'.o4 thahr*Uld.tirlllingly a. t '
grae to, have, the ; lever , and Ittatto:atl;tuorttlia to lag
you fa thelweildeatlal 'Oita . : , Nyo thaligfitfor , ta.
, :InOtOlat''-' 640 this ;nvertvhkintnikulifilithent,
would take MiXabiolt; bat hiti/og far, attAtiffient,
and returning ,bla thinka,": bit riplltid, iMy , dear
.inadaitti yoU tWittgr to rayjnint an anecdote' told
bY:', ll 4 14 ° 11 44frottigfuthiniltanttAiltoinfO r 9 011
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,I:iiik: tine iiiiiiiil: by general 141011 i. ` 1 1 4 6 atiii!
pointe:Or.theevidenee,willbo fthink.ittilfo folloo
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,7 -;o.Maldlthat..- ho:eliool4ltYlopAthaAaW ilmd ,
0 11 ttOli ‘ •;:k,a4i 3 4 ni " , lith',!! 3 2lr e ,/'l9 -11 iiii r t i'0,id-f,"9F:
his 101Mimii: . .‘ 4, Fpil r ilililit ism!g" ; ;,ll47fipor ria,ii
O. fragile "fraine—' , :of:bilioui --tfliMpeitinpont—higli:
IY: PPrvEitisrmiOli':flio 6 o 4', ":*liii: : coniliPalian,
whlel;leaili'ilirOeiliilo:;itulatiilii' l ;4n iiiM; YOuth:
he was r 4 , 11,0) .r;:'iliii Inr.
4rOwtle cliiir 1 ,
went on to detail the, I"iiiitotof t he family of Mr. _ '
T Al h a b rc i e o r u , n i) g ra L i i i 9o lir :ii gi i i e :iv iu, t "h i )iie i g: s 0 : 1
j p ... ! ic t: l ie v rr
y y ea .--- t.,
of age: - When Mpokei of Mrp:i'Meic'ei; young,
Singletmoi : the primonai t 4opt',l)ittorly.--, He ;maid
. . .
that Sarah was mild, inodest,,twassturting, but of
hreat strenkth df She has non.
er boon to a theatie,,alpii bell : room, nor.to any
place of. iftlbll4 ,
He fialiel - truchison Hehetton a very' bleolc+phar
actor., 111 r ., 'nat. said that tromewhero a.
bout the first of tho, yoar ,Sarah pettacer , went to
pay a visit to the house of a Mi. Osborne, a house.
carpenter, : ,liefailed, and khelyifsaponected her.
self with a tdomnn , by:the, name of Hughes to
liiMpm`boarding house. Mrs. Osborne had some
daughters. One- of thcm was 'sick, lad 'Sarah
Mercer and one of tho'datighteravient out to get
some graplii which the sick girl tholightahc could
eat.' In the streettkeee girls first saw Hutchison,
ilcbcrton, who Was a fine.looking peraou : ' Serail
mistook him for a young Spaniard. by the name
of Bastido, whom she had: before seen; and who
bears a slight resemblance to Ifebeiton.' She ad
dressed him; &c., as we have before related. • The
next afternoon, Sarah' was sent on an errand and
again .met Heberton at the corner of:Pino at.
and Third, as we have before stated.
They walked from there to the corner.Of Pine
and Queen street, near where her father lives,
which is in Queen street, on the North side, a few
doors cast of Front st. She met him again--
he told her his real name—and made love
to her. ;She was fonififilffaseinitle - d with him
We come now tlan'impoitant interview between
them. - This was at,a house in Elizabeth street,'
as era have before stated. In the'roon there Was
a bed—end Sarah objected to stopping-::wanted
to leave the 'Mdse.' Heberton turned the key in
tlie'door and refused to let her go. He proceed
ed then to take from her her bonnet and her cloak,
and threw her on the bed. He then took off his
coat, and she jumped , up—he caught her and .
threw her on the bed again—at the same time he
showed her a pistol, and telling her. that unless
she submitted to him she . would 'never see her
' Tally agaiii' — SheliOrtlit ntarinlil=andYCentn
But you,shall hear her own story frOm her own
innocent lips.. We shall alga produce other wit.:
ncssess who hoard"her screams at the house in'.
Elizabeth al. Mr. Browne said it had been told
him that he did not understand his o:rad, because
ho was going to sustain the character of Sarah
Mercer. But ho was confident her character
could not be Impeached, and that any attempt to
injure her would recoil upon those who made it.-
Ho spent an With her in that house, and she
agree - M - Cerfilitragain. And-during
all this time• i r parents supposed that she was at
,her married sister's. On the . Gth of February
some one told them'that their daughter had been
seen walking with Heberton." They sent round
there to have her ermie,home, but she ran away
to Mrs., Pidar's, a house of had repute. '
Her 'friends could no where, find her. Single.
ton beeirno deeply interested in finding his sister.
On the 7th February Hcherton was arrested and
taken; to 'the otter+ of Aldermen Mitchell: On
that night, through the aid of Mrs Pidar, Sarah
was restored toiler friends. TIA.t night she slept
with her: mother, and on that night her mother
got from her the fatal secret. Tho next morning
Singleton direcovered. all—ho heard it from tier
own Ile became bewildered—season totter.
ed, and fell from her throne—and Singleton was
an insane man—totally unconscious of right or
Wrong.' Ho Several times attempted to take the
life of his own sister with a
friends proteetoCkei- 1 / 4 .-Overtiare4 id marriage
WelqVciiosed with Heberton, which lie refused,
and Singleton became mad: He roamed the
streets, imagining' that "a voice .was continually
dinging in his. ears—" Kill him ! kill him !"kill
After Mr. Browne had concluded bis remarks,
Miss Mercer, tier mother, sister,and some friends afoi
of the family came -inio Conk, and then corn. AI
menced a scene calcelated to arouse the sympa.
thy and tender feelings of each spectator. She Fly
was completely absorbed in grief, and her sobs in
and lamentations were loud and heart rending.—
Her fema:lo attendants were so ncuch affected as ter
to be unable to render any assistance, and the du-
ty of composing her feelings devolved on Mr.
The Court then adjourned for dinner. .
In the. afternoon, the first witness'ealled to the
stand was Mies Sarah Mercer, who underwent a
long and close ixamination_und_cross examina
tion. Her mother and Miss Osborne werq also
*mined. The testimony' of these witnesses ,
flay corrohomted all that had been stated in Mr
Browne's opening defence quoted above.
. The Philadelphia Math American, an- able
. per, "impartial but not neutral" ircpolitica, I
1 cusses' the tharaeter of Gov. Porter, in'the fallj
tlevero bUt juit manner. ' The 'fame-of the
ernor, says that papa, is daily extending Sae'
That hells destined to notoriety, there ean l
. doubt ; the character of that renown, howey
another matter. Some seek high stations f
• purpose of •acqiiiing" honorable fame; '
) with a more lutiddble motiveite serve thei
t try. . This last; Class Is :smeller •.- in nom!
7 the former, bet still presents avespected
t owl ;mber. . To neither of , 4them , doer
t jeot el' ottr :belong. _ ,
I . , "pj ! 'e4ass of .. A , h iok, tic; is inernher,si
and ittatlen'ioely fer the'OrPoie o'fsell],
.., alitiirient:;'Gerterallfiheir elijeatearr
! ar s attetnpted to be; sheteattr some , ay
' et ellitilde, ebewii , !!!eeltehoweveriill
Uett.!te,4 4 o 044 T? IJI°, 1 ! OF the rue
stans undisguised before the wooo l
his ovirr . .infally." He is at the he
° aind has dthilited/ii l POSitioit'befoie)
even the mop, sibay.tdtinikt.ivbillii net
! NOt..4l6?l,ol.474tinpAtcileeper , .
g!,q0.14,:f*0140,,#4 1 0. 1 1.Pkt!!!4
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9? Pgrilill 1, 14'01! Agkoui
oi4,bpi, , , t 4n n eittinte cilio,iierni:,'
State, tiie'wiin.ti3tiii.: . 'ael t. liiiii
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4014144 r itiioltOty
**twit ',:104 1 41.
tujulpede ickiautiqu by corrupting means, place
hirn # lo ,b lO O =olio, 4 44Id#!ig apli.Proai.,
iljiitinite4helirolii irigellith (*Ott, and eir:
''' ' - d , in i iill'its s 'iilid ditt4 — iti ' 4 .1; ' th "1 7 Vhi
0 0 , 8 4; ' * Kbfuh'4Wc?... , ip#:/, 11 1e: `biikb r libi;
4litpdp of theileineS.4:l4? Oti:Und 09APPPFed
iiool'S' all * ies. : T h eB 'ol iutpersAoVl44 4 l* , :
fiu;,t , j#, ii4'' . siavu,o 44 /;:firc4l ol T Ptut u# ll4 i i iklin•
thefilieribtioiktioiii de , hinf: ' •, lll' ci - b S
i urue l ij
'id iliiiii, 65 etii,;'!iiiilegt - ilia Idiiiiti,iisaikiiiiiii
hirii.: “.Thei.iiiisiiia,Stiii to he ` htififrelef& aid li `
DO long er baiing'!lly bullea DO r o lle ore et their
hoode, , he : [WU 9111,fil ecOrii; - Oriiiopeoly
vows 12 9 tige4 !!! e ' r . l 'F o ie ti.k.07,T 1 p7Pis",', Such
is the m# ; 0 o tr disgraces ehefeeteirel
chaii;orroOkoiylvt4in, aod,4ho timiiii b 4 the hi,
fluenco of hie officeahti , patrpOego, to,i)eepytrlthe
tote er 'thie grit ' Stitte . etl f s i 3 O, l Yb 6' s i'meb tool
and pkiiiee in the iiiimils ot:as_Ninprinciplod dcot
ligogO4 and Unocraptiloits politicians ue himself..
ti,. ,recent if' . r Legislaturestave
of a range, n the
been Conaiderable Interest Mad eVininceittntrattL
.„, . .:
The Reform 'Hill fit liftlib halide of O m Erararnor ,
andit is ar
nra.ced whether he signs it or not, at
the bill be easily passed by 'the constitutional
by th e
. - . . .
mujority. The following is a synopsis of its pro;
visions. For this bill, savin g to . the State about
, , .
thixe hundred theusand dollas a nn u ally, the Imo.
ple . are indebted to the Whigs, aided by a sarall
band ofAnti-Porter - merw -- r -- • ' i
See. I.,Fixes the,Governor's salary, frog the
Commencement of the next term, (Jan uary,flB44)
at $3,0110. ;'• 1
See: 2. The Chief Justice and Associate Just
tacos of the Supreme Court who may' be hereafter
appointed; .to receive respectively $1,860 and
$1,600 per annum, and $3 a day whilelholding
Courts or travelling to and from the pined of hold
ing. ' i
Sec. 3: Associate Judges of the Cou . tts of the
Commonwealth, $l2O per annum. f .
. Sec. 4. From the 10th day of Ma next, the
Auditor-General's salary to bo $1,400; State
Trensureesl,4oo ; .Adjutant General 0300; Sec
retary of the Commonwealth sl,2oo,find $5OO as
Superintendent of the Colima &holds.
See. 5. Abolishes the office of Si:tary of the
Land O ffi ce a ft er the first dait of ctober next,
araldevolvestini!inties on the Sury for General;
makes the State Treasurer one 0 'ilia biiard Of
Property in the room of the Secret of the Lund,
Office; - and fixes the salary of thepur veyor Gen.
eral, after the- 10th day of May n ' tot $1,200.
Sec. 6.. Limits, from the 10th o May, the clerk.
hire in the o ffi ce of the Secretary f the Common.
Wealth, including the salary of t e Deputy Sec
rettary, to $4,000 per annum; hi . le State Treas.
urer's office, to $3,200; AuditurfGeneral's office,
after the 16th of October next, 0,500 ; and clerk
hire in the otfice of the Secretory of the Land
Office, up to the first of Octal& next, when the
office ceases, riot to exceed $1,500.: -
See. 7. °After the adjournment of the present
Legislature, the Clerks of thelSenate and House
to receive each 83 a day Burin the session, and a
"iillary - of92oo'per:annum, - wi wriasonable-comT,.
ruination for indexing the J. areal, to be ascer.
taineiThithe .S ec retaryof a gommonwealth - f
Assistant and Transcribing I larks, $3 a day, add
,a salary of slsb; all the a .4o Clerks to receive
also 15 cents per mile for I 'selling expenses.
Sec. .8. Sergeants-at-At a and Door-keepers,
$2 a day during the sessine and 15 cents mileage;
• Assistant . Sergeants.at.Ar .0 and Door-keepers,
, and Messengers, $2 a day wring the session.
Sec. 9. Principal Engi er, 91,000 per annum;
required to measure the i . k not already estimat.'
cd on the North Branch anal and Erie'. Exten
sion, before the Ist of J , y next, and the office to
be abolished in one year 'urn the passage of this
actior- somierTif- the- a. al-Commissioners -ean
dispense-with-it--', ' , - •
Sec. 'O.:Members o he Leg,fidature after the
session has continued . .r.a - hundred days, to re.
ccive 81,50 a day, an e same pay for adjourned
or extra sessions; u ass the extra session has
been called by the- crnor, in which case the
pay and mileage sh be the same au at present.
From Ist April,lB . no pay for days when nut
iii attendance. unlc Arevented by sickness of self
or family, or enga in duties assigned by the
legislature. The - 'taker of each house to re.
ceive $1 a tiaz e , for everyday of attendance.
See. 11. Each'winber of the liegislature to
puidi es e hi s ow , irationary, the account, when
not exceeding 9 ! to be paid from the Treasury.
Sec. 12. Curia the franking privilege to !ot
ters and documeht sent and received by the mem
bers and clerk t ine other 'officer, clerk or agent
of the Govermtrat, except the Governer to have
power to frail `
-ay documents nor any letters ex
cept such as r lte to the business of their retrace.,
live deportm vs; and no member or clerk to
frank any' le 'Or document for any Other person.
Sec. l3. lit hereafter.-no - Wcirrant - shall be
drawnmpon "Erato Treasurer, by any Speaker
of either br IA of the Legislature, except for the
pay and age .of the , members. The contin
gent eipe shall be drawn by 'the respective
chief cler en the warrant of the Auditor Gen
eral, appr d by the State, Treasurer, and all
their ace is shall be settled as other accounts
are set by the -Auditor General and State
asu but no such clerk shall bo permitted
raw no the Treasury mare than 82,000, uti
le 0 have settled' his account thereof as
tea 'and the account for his contingencies
ill race no expenditure, except for light,
.1, trepans. of the hall 'and for labor done
ere and the necessary stationary for the two
ou i and the different committees appointed
et. . .
S 14. To the officers of the Eastern 'Peni.
a y the following salaries. Warden $1,200,
ian 9500, Moral Instructor 8500, Principal
.or $6OO, the other male Overseer s s4oo,
Ile Nurse and Overseer $3OO each, Gatekeep.
00, Watchman each $365, Clerk 8900. -
ie. 15. Western Penitentiary.—Warden $l,-
1 Physician 9500, Moral instructor 425, Clerk
ilPrincipal Overseer each 8550, other' Over.
us' WO, Engineer $5OO, Watchmen $365.-
7o salaries of both the. Eastern and Western
laitentiaries aro to tx) paid hereafter out of the
fads of the respective institutions. .
The ball electing a board of Canal Commission
irs immediately by the Legislature, and provid.
rig for their future e lection directly by the people, .
'was vetoed by ;the G overnor, as was expected.—
This, however, would not have availed to defeat,
f the bill, had not treason interposed
,its base and'
venal han d to sustain the Administration Jigainst
' the people-1 On Tuesday-in the Hciese'the veto.
i' id bill came. up fur reconsideration, and would
i t .
have' passed by tWo-thirds had not Mr. FORE.
,ii MAN ! ofLaripaster, treacherously and traitorous.
h a ly deserted •hia friends at rho critical eminent,
. i . ; - and by Totingin the - aegative ;defeated the .bill,'
' and thins` added :another Arfamph to the many
gained by a corrupt. Executive 'eve:: the Represen-,
.. - - . . ,
tatives of: people ! We record d ii with `bi tter '
mortification that a member the •"Old
Getard,r..that Gibraltar of trap principles, aihOuld
th us have lentabitnsellto . the betrayal of the pea..
Pk,' "The veto was .as follows; upon the image'
:r on I
Treasu but n
of the bill: ~ i .
Yzajr—lifeioro. Apple,`Avety, ihiley, Bohner,
Raisbarses,' Dialer, 'Blair, 'Mid! ,dr (Irqemter,
Carom, Clinton, Craig, Curatnita, Dial; tralrey,
A:froths, Frederick., Hancool4,llecktnonrKeeb.
nor.iffill; ifinchntimg_froodi helix, Keinady of
Maim', /fAnnedy of Comberland, Kline, Ilinton,
Ziiiingltote, Menutp,` McDaniel, Algsdoi„*.
I ritMns I ,PVIVI l l !ana; Moore. lifortill,Musser
01113 ran, ,Pgr,ke, Picking • lKObinson Rikkhill,'
Ann i n,fort, Ruih. Ruiraelv ShOretteq; ,:oikom.
0n ..., , s v kr, si r -er,miorw. posron. 2 *
to, vada t . wailer, ; Warfel, whitmoh , wook,
iirmAter.-08. ,- , •;;;':', t , , ,• , - ~ , , ,f, .., - ,
zNairig.4l`esste. , Baton, B•gch•is•,,Etemg Balk
ii;9 D416411619 1 1115 1 4 EWA FORAMANO•tir.
hesl43 , l44, l ll44lkrilsincOre i fi vi"74ourop,
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'Aq tl - 1, C MOY fttit oi f 411* atN wag . ' ato/ 6 5mPliai l okaW WI/J*4*AM , - ye,
milarolotoktttinyotmciiref",biontolii* TARR 44441 , 14000013d0tti1vabin . 4
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election---being, in . fact tho:ooed billy except the'
iiecoil:a fr oel,lcity l l tvhlck 14
~, ,r q.... t XPrning nut.
ii 4 :Pilfkils'4 o ii4"ati*etf i egKc , r::n9i''olie,
4.4thiVfehellV&P *s:•,. :.; ,,,,;T:
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;t'' * h} , . , ' ` " * 6o44'o l 6.ol4Pin,* ! l; in 4,:glekßt
4 6r ei11ic4 0 i40 . ,, 1 100000.0 fiP4o°Balef''
iliaillgiiiiiiiiot*ciiiiiiiiNiiii*‘4, tiiii - 4 .4 6;
t itiita,:oe Aiiciitiaip • : ; . l 4 , i ifi , v 4, ,,kgio ., fic ~
,; ~ -,„4. - . - ....-e,i ','• .t . ',,.,;._
,- 9° ' W ed P i r d .°4 6lB , l o ll, *o l s.o!: - .* f lft
.aimatelitrid Aflezn,;disimszionshfimitileskt , ;Ory
- o) l 4,,iiir 04 1' ipa r akiii, Pi Ikiiiti;:6o,2tP;Y;;iv) out;
a,ilt,3slii,:ittheadritent.' . '' : , <.. • ' : '''''''i' , ' t T,
In Senate, on Thursday, the bill to sintp4,thu;
appropriations - liijollegiiii'Acadtittil4i'aliii*i;
.0140'qpipluiirieslif the present, passed firial reatit`
ing;h51!h9.' 1. 94 0 10)11..Y14.1 . J • :'.:'...,.:,.',', ~ : : ...r t ., ,-,',. . 1
' .ItelialitOigir, ll : BILHY. illiatC th'4ll/0 0 12er;CeA.
Zan; i Ciabli;'' Diirale;ll.4):,FcglOy,'",GOßGAS','
sp'eaker......ll',, . ''' ' '' , •
~ / ,,7..7 ---_.,.. J . :J. ,',, ~,,,,
1%/eys—Messrs. Craimiteadlily,VeCtilli, Pen.'
Mina% Spaelimiri, Stewart; Wilcox :: -9. '. ' ' ',...
<''t n. the ilinitf4 on Tue s day, thO bill ; .providing
for Pie Sale ef the main line of r ihe PannsylVanla
improVerkieritn; pissed ono reaiiing. A' cairMany
Is intorp'oVated to`lek,e the work ;a4,146.000.000*
Aii attempt w4l,i'9:deto delhat Iliio3lll biAzlng
110.Prita at eitliteen.hdiliimii. ' '''.. ~.
pz the afteinoon - stasion; the ravol'ution attach- .
ed td the - report Of fl3',coin mace iiiipointed
vestigate the conduct of William Overfield in
attemptinglo' bribe Jacob ; - lill;a member of , the,
house, was tahen up, when the motion of Mi..
Sharswood, that-d committee beeppointed to pie.:
1 parO articles of Impeachment against7MG,Over.'
1 field was agreed to, yeas 95, nays 31. • - '
On Saturday morning, in the' House, the''bill
for the sale of the Main line of public, Improve
ments from Philadelphia to. Pittsburgh, to a corn
iiilly, passed third
,reading -in the 'Luse, Yeas
50, nays 35.
The bill to authorize the banks to issue notch
under the denomination of five dollars, ohm passed
the 'House finhlly, but' is so restricted as to render
it uncertain whether it. will be carried into effect
by the banks. - '',
The Governor returned; with his signature, the
bill providing for the sale of State stock, reduc
ing the monthly cancellation of relief issues to
$5OOOO, and also for the payment of Domestic
Cie - dittos—an omnibus bill. •
The bill to sell the Delaware Division of the
Pennsylvania Canal f0r11.600.000_ has passed
both BOOM .
The estimated amount of:taxable property in
Ohio, reel and personal, for the year 1543 4 is one
hundred and thirty.four millions. In that State,
lands are valued for taxation without reference to
the improvements on the Lund it;elf. The Com.
inlasienera estinuito, the - true value of the real
property of the State to be at least $400,000,000,
and into t - rdt: - $1 511,01:10:,0
BLS J a
Attorney at Lamy
OFFERS his professional services to
the public f7 - 011lee at the law residence of
Alr:Jacob Zug, on Multi street
• Ca'rlisle, April 5; 1843,
JAMES H. GRAHAM;
copied John limper, 'oil the West
side ;it Hanover stet t three doors South Court
House. , _
April 5, 184.3
AIrENTION TO LAST NOTICE.
TE 'subscriber having concluded a sale
awl transfer of big former Stock of Merchtin
dize in Charles Barnitz Sr. Co. desires a speedy set
tlement of all his outstanding. accounts, and requests
II those indebted to come forward and discharge
heir accounts without delay, as the Books will be
,ut into other hands for collection very rhortlv.‘,
GEO. w. mrsEn.,
April 5, 1843
• MANSION HOUSE HOTEL, •
main street, bne square West of the Court House,
cigILISLE, - PA.
TrilllNsubscriber having leased the above
house, would most respectfully announce to
his friends and the public generally that he is pre
pared to accommodate them and the travelling comr:
munity, in a style that lie hopes will be lomat satis
factory to all who may &vol. !Jim with a call. .
His table will 'receive his especial . attention, and
shall always be abundantly supplied with the beat to
be haul in ihe,county. The bar is and will be found
Constantly supplied with the choicest 111.ines.and
Liquors that are to be obtained here as in the cities.
The Stabling Attached to the lietise is commodious
,and will be under the charge of a careful Qstler.
He hopes by a strict attention to business to receive
a libt.ral share of the public patronage.
Kr'BOAttnerts will be taken by the weelt,month
or year. WILLIS FOULK.
Qiirlisle, April 5,1849. ' • tf-23
CHARLES BARNITZ & CO.
_purchased the entire Steak
JIA: of Allerehatalize of Geo. )1. Miner, have re
unused the Stock to the new Stome Augur, adjoining
Charles Ogilby and 'misty oppositetheTtivernStiinti
lately kept by Simon NVunderlach, :and now in the
occupancy ot Vr. lirfTWln -1111111411 be bappy - te-re--
ceivellie,tisits of the former patrons of this Store,
and also 'solicit- it 4:amine:nice of the patronage of
his old customers. Muhl Stock now embract , s n gen
eral assortment ot Fancy and Staple GOODS,an ad•
dition will be made thereto.at•an early, period. Pule
ticular anent ion will be gi yen to theselection of Fancy
Goods 'such as lave 'been 'cusailly kept in this Stock - .
Carlisle, April 5, 1813. it-22
FRESH „ ARRIVAL OF
LIP"PiNtrER St CARVE, near the Rail Road,
Shippensburg, have just received. from Phila
delphian splendid assortment of new,fushionablaand
'• CHEAP GOODS;' •
to Whiell they invite the attention of purchasers; they
are prepared to otter Goods at the lowest Cash prices.
and those desirouis of purchasing Cheap and fashion
able Goods, will fled it . to theft , advantage to give
theta a call. • • • .
April,s, 184$. • • • •
r. , •‘32)11.11. , : z0ct5..
-THEAltlditors of WILLIAM C.CUM-'
• MINS, wilt take notitta, that , in the matter of
:the aiictnint of Robert Gilmor, his assignee,the Court
of Common Pleas of Cumberland county, appointed :
Robert Scott ; Auditor to marshal the assets go an d
amongthe creditors. , And said ,il.utliter will attend,
Conduit purpose; at the public; 'fiouse now occupied
.by r Johu Itcbuck,inShippensburg, on the 11th day of
April nextoit 2 o'clock P:M.
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Cafe jjil; remittent, net ,
Tims, MO pinch!, rei;ers,heilluise they
cleanse the Pedy , ll.ons those morbid humors, which
when confined to' the circilliatifm•are the cause of all
kinds • • ,
50, 480, when. the hoporily,ijqeposited on
~.; ... 141 - 1 :07 0 PITIP 1 2' oOrtr• &c., •
Theinillan N:egelable!rillatriay ? be relied.onas
Vaya*tain to give relief,'Und perseitied4ith as
aording 0 1 1iivetionsi'will'ittestsitseOredli,andwith-
OuTail;puike it ierfeet titre 'the"' abovii painful
maladies .three toaiieofaoid Indian yegeta=
We Pills taker; every night on going to bed will in a
shert.tinjOie, eiupletely : yjd the : holy from every
think that opposed to , hy4tii, '4lleunatiam,.
Geut;aed pain of every he literally_
nnrlTnrr~rno~rr` err Obit-
For t "wheti L ficiiit sudJenAchanges
of atmosphere, or any:other efitise;i6 - fierspiration
is checked, and the htinior"tv !doh ihOuld pass ed' by
the skin are throw n
, causing, '
.11EAD,RG . '11A', GI:DPIXESS,
sickness; pain In the bOnes;watet7' and
inflamed eyes, sore throat, lioarsAness„ .coughs,
stimptions; rheumatic gains in various parts of the:
hody,and many other symptoms or . .
iNDIAN VEGE FABLE PILLS will lava.:
ably 'give immediate relief., Prom three to six of
said Pills taken every night on going, to bed, will in.
a short time; not only remove fill the above unprea'a
cant symptoms,, but the body will; in a Short tithe, lid
restored to even sounder health
,than before.. 114
same may be said of • • •
ASTHMA, OItDIPFICULTY OPBROMNG.
The Indian Vegetable Pills will locniciiiMlCarry
off by the stomach and bowels tltaie Mpg); phlegmy
humors, which stop up the air - cells of -thelungs,and
are the collie not only of thii above diatresSing com
plaint, but when neglected, often terminates in .that
still more dreadful malady called
CONSUMPTION. • •
It should also be remembered ilia the Indian
-Vegetable l'ills nre ((certain cure fo
I'AIN IN THE SID .
Oppression; inmsea, and sickness, loss of appetite,
costiveness, a yeilow;tinge OT the:, akin and eyes end
- every other sYMplotii-of a- torpid pp diseasa suite otr
the . liver; bee...9use they . po rnrm,fro the body those
which if.dcposited upon this important
organ, are the cause of every Variety of
LIVER. COMPLAINT. ' •
When n Nation isoonvidsed 113... Riots, thithreaks
and Rebellion, the only alive means orpresentmg the
dreadful consequences of a
sto . expcl ell traitors, nntl evil -- hispoleirones from
he Country: • .
In like manner, when pain o r siekness of sny kind
udieate that the body is struggling with internal foes,
• EXPEL ALL 11101111ln HUNIORS,
:Traitors,to life,) and I.IEALTH WILL 11} TRH
CER CAIN • RESULT. .
Thai the'PrinCiple °fearing disensr, by Clennsim.
and Purifying the body, is strictly in accordance wtilt
the Lnws,which goiern the_nninutl_econotny; and W.
properly carrird,ont by thO liar of the ',Wye naine&v
INDIAN VEGETABLE. PILLS,
Will certiiiily result in the complete. Abolition of
Discs Sci we affee the following .testimonials, from
versolikof the highest respect - ability in New York,
who have ceceiitly been cured of the most obstinate
complaints, dolely by the use of Wltzutiew INDIAN
VEGETABLE 1 1 ,11.19 OF
NOIIIII A3IEIIICAN COLL= OF IMALII . II.
Doctor William Wright*Dese ia with
great satisfaction that 1 Infdin you of my having
been entirely cured of Dyrspepsla, of live years stand.,
ing, by. the use dye* INMAN' VEGETABLI ? ,
DILLS. " •
• Previous to meeting will, pen- celebrated
eine, Ilnid been under the hinds of several 'Physi
cians, and had tried various inedieines bdt all to no
effect. After using onotls cent tcet of you Pills
however, I experienced so touch benefft,. dint I re
solved in, persevere in the use of thericacemeiling td
your directions, which I am happy to state, lia re-'
suited in a perfect cure. lit gratitude to yoil'ftrthe
great benefit r linvc received, and also in the ?cape'
that others similarly afflicted may he induced toimaiii
trial of your extraordinary medicine, I send you
Ibis statement with full liberty to publish the same if
you think. proper. Yours, &e.
New Yon:, June 19,1841..• G. C. BLACK. "
To Mr. Richard Dennis, Agent for Wright's India,,
Vegetable Pills,'No. '2BB Greenwich st.N. Y.
. Dear Sir—At your recommendation. I Borne time
ETAIILE PILLS of.thei:Nortit'Arnerican 'College
of Health; and can ,cmiscientionslrassert, that for
Purifying the Blood,: and renovating the system, I
have received more' benefit from their use, than from
any other meditiite;it hpi heretofore been my good
fintime to meet am, dear sir, with many
s i onr obliged friend, M. 'TATE,
No: 6O Ilamersly st. New York.
Mr. Richard ' Deltas, agent' for Wright's Indian
Dear Sir-II have been afflicted for several years
with iilWaril - weakness - and general debility, accom
panied at times . withpain in the' side and other dill..
tressing complai ids. After having tried vhrious medi
cinei without effect; I vvas persuaded by a friend to
Make trial.of Dr, Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills,
which 'I um happy to state have relieved me in a most
wonderful manlier. '1 have :tisetrthe 'Medi:eine, as
yet but a short time, and have • nifilikibt o by a per
severance, in the use bf the niediefitti, , according to
directions; that I shall in a short linia be perfectly
'restored:'.. .., . ' ' • - '
I most. illingly recommenit said .Pills to all per.
suns similarly Afflicted; • and , in' the full' belief that
_same beneficial result, will, 4ppOw ,thelr use.
,-: ; I newitun yours sinceretis, :
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:..11,1SNRY' A. ft )OTE,
Wawarsing Ulster Co. New York.
~:.,:,.. •N U.' Yo'Aiir4zes - 29.1841.
This iii . tti,efiSii that 0 f I . l iiimPeeft‘7 ti fil it'a iUd i an .
Vegetable Pills with the'greataaf bentilti• haring en
ly giured,lstyielf.of the frequent Attacks of ) - Sick
Headache; to which. I bid Trertouidtheeliiibject.
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To Mi.' RicheidTlemils, Agent fOr .mi ght's Indian
L ^ ..,' . -Vegetable Pills.:
. f , ` ' , :'''.' - .:' ' . ,< !C.PTION:?:' , ~. ~
‘,•'- / ta tusii` grla iietliie titho ' many - wieked'Perso
biallyenege,d inielling Si' counterfeit medicine 11
tier the rimed 4f, the ledtan „Vegetable, Pilisi and
these desperate : . ,triert aro lyi utterly, reckless of
keitoe*stitat . main
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