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Illy'Dear CU Friends: Land Mr:tuchati-'1
'VeraThe rest of us overtook the President
'WV ' ht at York where we found tiler tycet
'ly"l.4:e I tuckered out, having got through
`4lith all his birds-egging in that everlastin
groat city, and - ready to push oo this mdrn
ing down East. I was going lb %yr-Hilo:dine
to friend Richie, as he's, the Government
'Editor, assoon as•l 'could ketch tip with the
I President, and let him I;now how the old
- gentleman. stood the journey.. But I happen
ed to look into your paper, and I 'see brother
Ingersoll, Of Plitlndelphv, - setidi'llis letters to
'you. This puzzled me alittle•at , first, be
• causerl knew he was on 'Mr. Richie's side.
Butl looked along, 'and I see he called your
- - papa- a " powerfoLptirniil ." and then the
thought:struck rile etat,9 drad read some
where that "there's power behind. the throne
-greater then the/he:me itself." Well, thinks
.1, that Ingerstoß;js a cunning feller, but he
• suet ageing Mget• * ahead ot,rne-Ilfhe writes
• to did powv• behind Hie' ttfrone.:l Will too:
' , Se, if MrAtiellie•.cteriplaihs, • and says I
ought to , wrote to hint, I wish , you Would j u st
. emoothlit"oveto liim,andlO 4 ll. him the rea
• tiorref iyand tell him when the old ship gets
-ten 4 u:tiller tack, and - his paper gets on behind,
tit wiite•lo 1111 m.
.As I had' come., right on front ItlMico the
`% hortest cut, and had 'broneht a letter Ircen .
--7 43ineralScotticWIilhesideni - ,Wsoon as we
• got to York I run right up to the tavern where
lie stopped to give him the letter. Folks
told* mete -was at the Astor House—dolt
'reat InVern trrhße out of hewed store. 'lN.'d 1
`Went up, - atid`wenfin, and aske,,dorre'vl The•
;waiters if tlikinel Polk put up there?
'‘Vlien l'opt into the Pi esidenetreliamber
'. he was-laying down ott the bed to lest, and
.looking as tired as a rat that had been draw
. , edlhroegh_forty_knobboles.....,.But,as. soon ae
'he dee me, he jumped 'up, 'looking rather
• wlild, and ss he ,
"are ye? I did'tit think' of seeing you baCk '
• 'finm Mexico so soon ns this. flow does
things go on there now.l l -
• Says I, ' 4 Colonel, they'don't go on hardly
. at all. They are - Waiting •lor pole help.
Scott and Taylor both are growing ratter red
and angry to think jOu .should chuck 'cm
' away into themiddle of ittsxica them, arid
. then not send 'cm help .to , fight the way out
again. And it-seems to me, Colonel, your
. •do hold back in this business a little too much.
If you don't send 'cm help pregy'soon; them'
guerrillas will eat our little armies all up.
IVlty, Colonel," -says .1, " intik tear had
. -. . .. .- .
Auntie on in the time - ol the old.Oinorat my
old friend .Hieltory, he would a had them
Itlexicanf hall whipped to death by this time.
• But here a against' from Scott, to tell ye what
- Att.thinks •about the business. I come on
post-haste..to bring it. He says he won't stir
from Puebla till you - send an more men to
take the place of all them that's coming
The .Presideartook--the - -letter -and --read-a
few lines, and threw it down upon the table;
.• and, says he, "It's no ase; .Scott may gi urn
.. ble and growl as much las bets amitid to,'
.but it's no use. .This War is adoncern of My
'.own getting up, for my own use,•and Pshall
manage it jestas 4 please ./' Silys•he, "Ma
jor Downing, there 's
reason in •all things. 1
Jvatt avant them Mexicans whipped too fast,
espeoially•when them upstart Generals get'
All the glory of it. ‘y hen I found Taylor was .
isswegin up teollarge,4memat to a stopped•hirn
•.at MOnterey and draw oil a part of his glory
on to Scott. But that Tailor is a headstrong
chap, a dangerous matt He overkept his
-duty and blinidered•on,t6 - that victory at Bo
•ena Vista, and-sot everything-all Mgt . blaze
'shan't overlook it in him yery-sooth If the
, selfish creature had only Irl; Santa Anna giv
en hilt' a handsome licklrt there, we might.
had a peace in a little while, for 1 had all
things arranged with Santa Anna to wind
'the business right up in such a way that we
might each of us have a handsome plum 011 t
df it. But that unpardonable Taylor must
'cut and slash round with his hantlail of men
untutored volunteers, that 4 thought were as
rharmless-as Heck of sheep, and contrive.
? What awfdllolunder at Buena Visracto.pour
.all the fat into the ;fire.
"Well, then, Scott behaved much
'bench-, lie's licked ale Mexicans too fast
!by a great sight, and is swelfin himself rtp in
the eyes of the people shamefully. I thought
if I could a sent a Col. Benton
_on there, he
would a squeezed the glory oat of both of
'em in a little while, and settled 'am down
so they would'M a beet dangerous. But
that vagabond Senate woulcroltet me do it.
That eras too bad, Major, lien them two
Ceneralsweice 'attracting all the glory that ,
belonged to me, 'that the Senate wriiiltPrit let
me do anyhting, to °Aso them. Bat I'll let
'em knot* *bat -Young Hickory is'nt :to be
beat any incite aban 'old Hickory was. foe
.sent Tliet•ort tolloOk after Matters, and to
see that the•artniuti 'don't go MO fast, lot I'ml
• determined Scott and Taylor sban't whip the;
Mexicans any faster than is prudent. All
'the glory that's to t ormrout of this fairly be
- longs to me, and have
yon are a ping
'to send an more men, ain't yen l 'Or what
.are you-going to do? How are you going
wina the business up
• Says he, "Pm too tired to 'talk over my
planets night, But there's no need of your
• wing, sight back to Mexibo yet. Mr. Ttist is
.theca, and 11 can trust him to look after mat
lerhaandran , bettUrjufflp into the boat Wit.
rnsijnlhe morning and take a it iptlown East,
-and 'we can talk the subject over 'at our.lei
About 44/e• O'clock in the morning the
.President rattled away at my door and wa
lked me out of a sound sleep, and, when he
.ifoundrl was'ot up, says he, " Major, you
,:mest be , spry, or you'll be too date r for we're
Lwaaup and.dressed about the quickest,.
and went out. and fact, there was a, quarter
of a mile of ioldiers, all ready to escort us to
the boat. And down ~we weer,. through
whole atreets full , of Me,,,' - women; boys and
gale., of all torts and sizes, - some running and
.. - .crowding. - , and seme,hollering and hbrrahing
~. and tn, - a few minutes we Were aboard the
„etearriboaty and the bell rung, and the steam
er finned, and oft we went on the Sourid.to.
i xj 4 , pie; PrL.4lloin tied a little room.all to him-,
1 4db:etidle Made one go right into 'it with
he set:dOWn in an, easy,tMair, and
gled iciget nut of tiYo
twit: comt " orr.ort- tbieiroage. his belfi§
i c ,Al';,fli..liti i Y4l4 4l : - ,,lWe t ttl" .4 Vire' had
'New !ta1414 was lunfititg
Sf;its , thinigh.iztedseen
• , 11113ntirt lived
, 4 hrop§h a m i tha ,yearini tate '!thrttel ., 'days
4' 1 dati't Belie, e; over 'fel* tr;ed
stiY3fierlilipaiti - arTit t mei- if.
hfr oenk f t i y ?)2
li , eCoihnililtleabriireTtiPAYi
a pity you told the folks at BaltiniMethe;iiif k .;
-er . day : that you should .retiriwbau drier terni .
1-,*:)(avarrip.:? You: rnightvo4w4 ais , „bla%
4i4..jest tutvvelk ea, n9t) . Y9 1 . 1 ;0 6 6, 8 ?
• , :4 , 01014 1 0 . i : 1 4j.:
T'!..C.::lli.k.ttilit't die 'gait° iit'd'lr•lnak, in. titeNtitis rtnit
43' iiijil4 Payil.he; , “Majorit ,- don't You,
`" ) ?:."5- !maid:another. term:La - jag the 'way to intake'
Mito*UttottirStaitf Preear refuiedibir mein
ittg:ltOaced it "rin , ..hea4l:l(,Arldjeist see
Aorta' itt:Work ing' it
ieci:-::"Mr.hen . he..deitt pretty ~ heir . rue (16#11i
, ... ~
al)lathA4ritny „Of ivaldierr -q.,. . ",
• • 80, fir tell:the tritili, Major,ll` saya he,,
"whew! made that remark at Baltimore I
'had some little notion °frothing. Our paity,
was so'cut up, things looked rather dark a
' head, and I find this Mexicanswarsontething
of a bother alter all. 'Payfor mid , Seen coin-
I ITIIUBO many blutalors,!..lliicl really' then some
notion of retiv&og-wheirthis term is up. But,
since I gotaforig;to 'New York. things teem
1 to lobli liiil4ltler.' I'm popular, Major, I knoW
Llim. '1 shOold'nt be surprised if the Whigs,
made a OffinnentatiritPlii . thy fatior YieThey:
'sunned very fond of die in New ]cork ; .and
so did every body, every body :Thu amid
mention ; even the market women Jr*. tore
by the hand and caredine -young kliclitny,.
and gave me lots' of livit. -Thein, Alp you ,
see'iha`t pineapple iii etriblivrsay:ji . he.—
"That was given to- emt Fulton market, as
we were going over i • LiThotklyn on SefOrtlay,
Cut away, Major,..atid help yourseil to it; it's
a nice one. And here's a paper of ritest ex
cellent tobacco,"'says he, "that Ivrea preaen,
lad-to . me at the,same time. You go into
the pineapplemnd Pll go •into the Tohtibco,
and then we'll' havemlittle mrnetilk abobt
Jest'as"vre- got' cleverly under 'way 'they
sung out 'aboard the •boar . for Mlle , passengers
to get toady for...landing: So I must coPtily
mom , * fiere for the Tresent, 'but likely, ,as
ti - OFPiliffiFilffikrifi - fire — agliiff7 - •
Your old friend,
Melon JACK DOWNING.
(4:rsl3llV •.> , Q,' gaipzilow
- t it
WEpNESDAY. JULY 7, 1847
Our Reduced Terms.
One Dolla - r and Fifty Cents a year it paidin
• Attvante—lOne•Dollar and Seventy-Five
'Cents if paid within or .3t the end of six
montits-Two Dollars if pant the end of
the year. The timid is now the 6'64.:
est p.ipt.rin the county !
'tte 'Ope.Terin and
• • For Governor,
GEN. JAMES IRVIN
OF CENTRE .COUNTY
30S, w, PATTON,
0-The' patriarch. of the Philadelphia
press, Joseph R. Chandler, Esq. retired on
the Ist of July from the editorial charge of the
U. S. Gazette, which he has conducted with
distinguished ability lqr twenty five yearsg.'
His valedictory is replete with sound advice
to his contemporaries as welLas valuable in
formation respecting editclistl conduct. We,
mill say ior -ourself that there is no man
hotn whom we have:leartied mote, through'
his paper, than kohl Mr. Chandler. He ie•
tires hill of . i , ears, and We ate glad to - gy full
of honors •and of wealth. The Gazette is
merged in the Nclith American, which is un.
der the charge of Messrs. , Graham McSii•
chael, and which is thus made one of the
most powerful establishments in the country.
Prospect of Peace.
The Philadelphia Ledger gives assurances
on reliable informatiorifrora Washington, of
!the prospect ol a speedy pence with Mexico..
IV bile sire hope klris assurance may be real
ized, Ms to be 'leared•oevertheleas that the
prospect of peace is yet extremely obscure.,
The fail adVices from Mexico ',naivete •thttt
the Mexicans have liot yet iibandoited all
hope otresistertcB,lzut evert gathering troops
for the defence of the Capital- We can
scarcely hope that Gen. Scottis able In "con.
quer a peace" with 'the small betty of troops
he now has, and as for Gen. Taylor the Ad•
ministration seems to have Vittually dispenr
ed with his services !in !the prosedution of
the War. We hope however that these
hope:, of Peace may speedily -realized'.
fir-Tini• Volunteer and Democrat, of this
bocodifh, it seems cant go Gen. Cameron's
recent thrive-ream at Ilarrtsburg l in , favor of
Gen. Taylor for the Presidency. • Gen. Cain
.9ron is "a litde toe cute" for his 'enemies a.
inon'g the voho are trying to
break him down for the indepe=et tad
'he took on the Tariff. He sees eis
no hope of tarrying a LocotbeoUanitidate for
the Presidency, And therele're rallies his for
ces arnnnq . ti;e oi,p WHIG GtKERA,,
.be knows to be 'invincible. The .officiaT
per at Washinaten which law been depreert.!
ling and rebuking these demonstrations by ,
members of its patty, elsewhere, may , now
tern its wins on B4nerel CAMERON -and .tis•
Merida; and see whom'it will "scare."
(:)::74 6 Anitigst the , graduates of 'the Union
ThtiologFcal" Sethiriaiv, of New York, whose
tenth anitivorsary wes.eeleSititeil last iredk,
we notice the names:of Messrs James G.
Craigh`ettd attd John Satior,..pOth of the' vim-)
ity, of Carlisle, ,i•aysa
.elasti-ok Lida 41 - 6;:ritilutited's this ':ertr':'M'
,vrtietn4eight ~tirrt..lllliip.i:iipliointinettt',, Ford.
eigtiilliysfonatiertoWleetit by the .Atiaerk"
kiittehentif isitir for their 'l4
pectiv,e uestinattons r. yi
„.; „• . • 4•.4 4, P
• trixi • .4.40
OrThe .arrival ofthe.sisernet4 ; qatederue,
at Boitan. brings intelli t ienoe l Of a Aintiter de
clino; iii breadstuff iii l tl. ue'.has'
4prffiillinge tz . , W.4!itlt,ci.li;oni 1 2
4bgtil:t . , Ps"? , 13 ,414 ' .3,0::PP:::',.ti*iiii404
1 0itraciii' 01.1 hViEnOiSh Ci?i.4#11011: e'a far
Thurpriaylit,":tthielr4tevaddr*titil t dOiiiiiv
will nobly do its duty this . fall' • -'
1, .i.....„, 4 110..„00,17.000,Critici5id!
ri) • Iblidthe locofoco . papers exhibit a
in ' , fiiii*i.enti rancorous spirit tOwird
811fir(save probably Their brutal nii:.:
I r. .4. , t ra , , - '
p lA . tint i ,iti t nenry Clay-in !ii4,)
: than they ,
qoib,' : .4e.t. Irvin. But, thank Ileatriht,i'. - iklif
ptfrti , itltl.iOfty, character is proof aLltfinii'itil:
'their' assaults. He has beeki assailetibeibadio
so tholvexetCise of honestifidustry and enter
Riizo . be has accumulotell'a reasonable de•
•gree of Wealth. He tiastbeen eritially'ilisail
e'd because-Willa exetialse it a liberal and
:philanthropic spirit ho i /tres' distributed" large
amounts of that wealth to relieve thoVants
and benefit the condition of his Telldw-rnen t
Is not iliis ail ailinirlf , lo displi . lY Of t'onsis;
tency? To abuse a"ln'an firer, beciiiike he
makes Money, and trietr"abise him again,
because instead of plaSing the 'sordid miser,
he _makes use bf.tharSanie Money to give
his neighbor a lift intbushieds, ' or to' Velieve
'the wants of the destitute ! ' . . '
The, last dosPernte attempt.of'l • bcoif&oism
is shown in the hunting up' of' dett.tirvin'a
private - letters, and titibllsflitig them; to itroVe
his incompetency and ISfant 'delearning !
The Volunteer publishes a letterlinwpcnting
to have been written by Gen. Irdin, in 18p9,
'and the learned 'acholarVlM•ptusitles over
Are editotial - columps clPtVat'prTer.prtailouns
ees , thereu on that
that _ _
tion is most lamentably 'defectiv e grarrynar much worse!" 'oh;
, most sapient
critic!%Veil, we have rtiall. th'a letter, anal
sav'ng the fact that the -\i'ords "Monday"
and "Tuesday" are not cOMmenced' (Moon!
sequence probably of haste' in writing,) xvith
capitril letters, really fiUd nothing.in it that
all the intelligence of thi3llocoloco pally- can
-turn-:up- its-elegant , - orkelt..There-iA._not-a.
word in it wrongly Trielled, and its general
style and graminaticill-accuracy is such as no
business man need-be ashamed of. Nor is,
the request Genettl'lrvin makes to the letter
at all improper. !He simply reminds Ns
friend-of-certain'favors rendered-, and fortthe
sake of ‘the-great Whig Cause; not for him.
self, trelinVokus Ills friends to turn out tb the .
We tepeat that there is nothing in this let-,
ter which - can - depreciate the character of
Geo Arvin,.and the locofoco papers are wel
cornevto make ,the most they can of it. Gen.
Irvin's Mends have never claimed for him
the pos.bsbion . of splendid talents, hut his
whore life shows that-he possesses every
qualification which is necessary io.constitute
a dignified, wise and 1 rodent chief magis.
trite a our noble Commonwealth. •
Loco Foco Consisto,iicy.
. The Norridown Herald days, a person int- ,
acquainted with the character of-the locolocci .
press for honesty and - cone r istelcy wreck!'
scarcely suppose, aster readlttg their objec
tions to the Whig candidate , f / or Govhrnor, on
account of his reputed wraith, that the.sime
party nominated the rich i f Wary A. Malden
burg, and the tame papefs advocated his
claims to the Office' of .etivetnor. But such
is the fact. Three yettt ago it was perfectly
dernocrcitic to 'Suppoit'h man of real wealth for
_Gdvercor—but now, when they have scan
dilate who appeals to have starved on' the
public bounty, having, according to their as.
eertione,received but 240;00 of the publid
money, though we believe the documents'
Sticky dearly double that gum; it is very con.
venient twassail his opponent qiiitte sdoreei
wealth, thdbgh he :tossesties probatilyttearde.
lybribTofirth•of ilnd of the candidate whom
they supported with so much zeal in 1843.
~,,,.;tor would any one suppose that the same
editars who have such a holy horror of wealth
are now supporting Judge Longstreth for Ca
nal Commissioner, characteriziug him as "a
retired city merchant!'
Letters, from Henry Clay.
''U LAY ON THE TARVF.-.411 a tenet-tali.
Sragaw„Esq. of Medford acknowledging
the gift of a put:km-knife sont'by the latter,
"I have been desirous to learn the affect
upon American-manenfact urea produced by
the last Tatifi. Dot Europe has been so oc
litipied With supplying herstifiwith necessa
ty took and our cciontry . has 'been so benefi
ted by the high price Which all articles of.
stibeistatice have altained, that the competi
ion hfetwelen eign atra 'Cibmestio mann
ittres h,p been muchless enequal than it
herwise Would have been. The struggle
hits beten bdtiVedil well-fed 'and ill-fed Opera
tives; between capital diverted from the ipur
chase of tholes' material tothertrchttee of
bread, and capital greatly augmentea by the
eale of food; and between manufactures work:
ing short time and foil time. Whether; when
Europe is no longer Starving and shall be a
gain blessed by Ptovidence (as i hope It
will he) ts . 'ith abundant harvests; who shall
be,. able to meth% soccesslul competition,
s robe attn. Ttervently hope' that
our Thartolactores have sleek such deep and,
Strong root, that they will bWable to stand up
and 'flourish' against all adverse helm"
,Anothotiettei . frorm Mr clay 10 ,the. Whig
Scythe6smithe bf the,town of North' Vkratyri..;
Main eisottelarlee with the following expresti-
Yeti!' certe p htly conauf, with
you in depqpti,r,g ',this Itleean Wary the
reitises Which buteught and'the man-.
of its cornmenetiffieht.; • ,
eineerelY ,that' i OVery'.hayonet and
e,miileyad, in Its itroiacation, by , both
btiligeients, we're terivetti , d htio,;seyittes r
plowftheats, and elm:3, 1 80, 1h1 3 .Y dedie'ated
theit„respectii,iii, nice 14;•firq fili3citeut
'net' peit . ?efel arts of life ,",
• " ;*. ''!"; ,11.1
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I t4io6 , ,i'is4:„ll.l4',4':M • coii 3 O - 10 1 e4Oklay
'AiglY,4,no l 4 T*l9lp4o'9, ; ‘fitici4piii4lll)tiior
. :ef i 4 6FIIINIE and,LONOs ' :ltOlh't ' Wl , riii',',
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tae' that ihe, tegAv..olfibi-I,mi:TrisoCtil t imtli
0 Oh' Mat', td'sl4l6e,''';ai7kabddi a ettliati ; but!
,Tillel.: California: - add NitiiiVlbte:kie4;7 fat both' ,
'er *mai itiiiiiltiitwactOove 16'1)6,9 liber.t
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• • ,
-1 - q'OpII4IXPOSITION.
Taylor gjlBllY't is short, x' and `gfvei no.`; ne Y
de4f6fAinitilie - -ierelalitnile himself or his
ophhttds; but ill written in a frank and candid
spirit., ' l lie does not; he says, feel at liberty
tcglioltikviews upottoertam : Pomts.of,pub,
lie Pnlicy,auggested by the editor of the Sig-
'nal, [preferring 'to withhold Ahern - until "the
'end ..of the war, when his mseiblness as,a
commander in the army shill 'no „longer bb
compromised by their expression or discus.
Bios. in any wanner. Alter. stating that", hb
will •ndt be prepared to refuse .if the count&
calls him to the ?risidential office, provided
that rail proceediftertilhe.sporitaneous
tinn of the, people, without any agency of his
own, be adds, , !itunirease can I permit my
sell tebellit candidate of any party, or Yield
myself to 'party Seethes:" These detilsrations
form, th'e gist of Gen. taYlises letter..
Met intime Gen. TijiltOs political o pin ions
are Chit the snbiebrill Withrdiscuisicin in' the
news papers. 'lt'is . pretty:eitident, hotvever,
that the locolfocn papers, which have been
eu: stoutly thtitriing Old".2eok , es' one of them,
ar :beginning to • find • the • etidenreot . his
Pennsylvanian, a leading lottgloso organ,
finds itsalf,for6ed forced' to say- , .. .
As'ateMbegliejeminal, liitieVing'in the
useftilthess,ltiid necesSity, and fah/less of
the'l.+lll Whits ma.
jority fit the Deerinbratio party 'day' Eatestesser
taitte'd, We are in favor of"a Demo.
ceatic Nifichial 'Convention, as'llie . ‘medidin
'by'whiah ditnaiilate for the Presideacy may
;be sat tsfactonly-übosen;-in- regtfid-tO Genf:Wel
TA'#LOR, fioweliter grateful we ithay feel kW
his • serviths 'le 'the. field of wif.--howeier
We' they Vaniite'his characterteafid our cot.l
beins will shoW 'how we feel l in these te. ,
gardtte itenerelte Ike great pifhtiples If oar'
creed ds' Atinetisurably superior to' iny man, or
any expedient. le he villa the bemocraor
on thebb;Piinelilleel 'Or is he/I%4kb( theni
'White these interrbgamties ete 'fairly and
franqy 'answered, Its Ten. Ts:vibe partially
prorrusesihey shall be, we shall be ready to ,
take der but. not - before. We protest
agairjt gairlg ' into this blisiness hood-winked, to
find outseltes, when restored to the tied, in c'orYts
pony icith'the FOES OF'OUR PRINCIPLES
AN D CURTOI.INTRYI
The “kthens Bandar," a prontifient 'Ad-,
ministration peper'in Georgia, scolds thaidea
of Gen.tartba's -nomination by the Demo:
mats, anti admits, and proves el:inclusively ,
that the'old Hero is a thorough-going Whig—
a Whig Of the Clay -school. Alter reit'atinkli is
regret that a considerable difference of opin
ion exists•among, Atte party' oh the subject
of the Piosidenoy, the itditof - says:
entire body, have noirtinated him as a ,ster
ling Whig and'a proper person to act as
their standaol -bearer Iti the next 'Presidential
contest, tvhilst a tuition of the Oitmticratic
Party. setimed.llispdsed to dtsphte their Mimeo
-and' o 'place Itinvb4fore - thelldople as • .a.
'goo marrand true' to their priliciptiw! 'Vire
hay been t our post since ihe firsrepri rt g-t
log of this uestion,anti attentively:Watched
for the eig -
' 'by which•it 'add beigilisficto
rily solditti . , hire the couatry. We 'have
seen a 'Shindy of statedidhts i pro and con,
purporting townie from Iffeitttbals intimate.
ty acqualealld With Gaff, Taylor's polities,
.and if ace vrere'empttilhilia as a sworn ju
ror to 'fry the issue, Weld ; iiii far as the mere.
ielitifiiiihy 'Of - aritiiiiiiiiiiis coliiiiifinA 'be to
tally uhable 0 make tap a Verdict. His aid
althe battle of Nana Vista- . (Mr. Critten
iden ,5 isitYi he is a Whig = the Louisville Jour
ndi, ItenttickY, 'in the VieinttY of which re
sides Gen Ts. Talkies, fad where the Gen
eral is Well known, laughs at the idea of his
being a Democrat—a gentleman recently in
this place, attached to Geri. Taylor's division,
an intelligent and worthy Democrat, but a de
voted friend to Gen. Taylor, says he is a
Whig—the Baton Rouge Democrat in the im
mediate vicinity of Gen. Taylor's residence
in Louisiana. put him down as a Whig ex-,
cqt on the 71irtffv•-iie - woold have - voted-for:
ClOy at 'the laVt 'electitort—genchor .PlYtezdes'
ht Bentedley, a Whig, is 'rektrisertted With.;
Out chapatti to 'be his n'e,X,t Meant& 'dream.;
' tion a d 'choice fortis Pteilfsfencv—add I ti.,
natty he Oftoeiitteemotily 411141 he Whigs tied,
calls himself a Wag. 'tad 'to this Mb tnotv
hostility to•the present Deocrati Democratico add - Adis- 1
,tration—iris chargesagainstilthcfr remissness 1
in noatunishing him transOnatittin far his as-
'any to 14 bnterey, and !the isOUrnese'manites
ted liy Matfett and if ribald filertas for the
11'th:eatery withdrawal.Of a .frit'iion of his
+troops Tor the capture oil' th'e'cidy:Und castle of
Vera 'Cruz, arid the miiiilibpatilhe enemy's
.cepital, and we haveviiailleatio'n of evidence
hard to combat, in the abelence of any expli
.on braylictlif hi to a Mein;
ber of the Whig partv o ind of course an an •
fit representathreld ticratic principles—
On thoother bench, ve have seen but a sin
gist authentic sentenee hem him, and that
first ISIM the liglft in,the New Orleans Bul
letin, (a Whip .paper) that squints towards
Democracy. Aida was contained in a letter ..to
friend in Loiiiinina,, in which he spoke of
'our, frientls"pelscting a person as a candi
'databr,the rresidency, who by a 'Arid! ob.
*Tomtit of the Caolititution should make
the country kiiipectable bo th at WM'S and
settled.. ~, . ' • •
Vali fhb 'theta natural way totibtiote of
lbeseterplekill'es,.imveropinfon, is to take
-the admisaion. Made 'by Out '6f. this leading
Democratic Makes inAltilsiState, wiuch'sup
pnrtahis °faun's iiithlittinerisiy' . . 4 fthat hisea
soCiatitmiate,'Yeta Y....ivith.tbs.-Whigs, and
;that !royal& ItibnielhaNhig.t l • Can we have
fbetterliffientniftlxeraxidonclret a man's po
:Ailed:suit than thipcontparty,hs. keep and his
own, nicia.lit: Axton as tethilittly to wita•lst
'. , WOriltinritlen!
When You hear boorish) leadeta railing
hid dgainsi Gen.Jrvid`as an aristoot at, as'an
1 dpprdisbr,eldhe poor man r &a. ro t o 101-1
pdhhshed.titthd id i oms °Petit: Trrin,and Judah
foi,yadiisiV iiiiwhfit;dr stibkith .i Clod Ma udift,
combo' so.oPProod*, c'tlii4e /*oat': •,' •
....ILTIOY-(tiO' 4o ik*ou erallii `itik
establishmkncfrWalt - 0 V - lblotio—no
by Oen, Irvin) halter need nor tWith thd
sprig:Ml.l' °Carty min: ,afahrg, Min k N at i
mod of their, earningi,lwOcW2fo„ 'id,ri l :A, : ifi
tiiiiissikeitornfortable' hostel'. IThoy undo vplib
thiii r it idi;loyerth' Yearly rind sri dittiwed, hp
itiMit Oil what is klue t hem iii IMO do , ndt
Whiti telliTt h.—Ono at these qttarringu•art!dit;
Int% ISil the Works Withint•The last Viar to.
'ipidiiihksiti land in 'the west, , with TWO'
TIIOIIBANII•DOLLARtitt lus pooketj,near. 1
ly ale earned at tho,vroile t and stptutOrotra*ut
of ri rrap.iir them, Isitur IN cA'SII, - . .rds iny 1
OurOtAllii tTAR7 O )4POh e i. *l 4 l " 6 ., " 1 4
,i*tweid two,',Snd ,1 vioymit rs yhse
h i 1, 0,01 4 , 4 0i r j0
, recitri*Mtereiti: eh /Arms
1 4 11 4450 1.11 * 1 001 i1dik 6.1161 0 1616. r) 1 1 0 *
them ' 1- 0 , ' '.,- " ' ', l ' ' Oriduets • ' W ho
litti*, 0401 , 41 , ~ , , , , rhst:lirsiti'
, ' '''''iond diii *owls:
zw.,oght,7o , • stintres.'' ,o ' i "'.' 'N
, comain men,
Yiihted with the ot. heart 1
son College, wear°tb see
itli-st:titiiieiderahle rittinbit• o'reii;engeir: to our.
own. The high chiiractei-of ihe Orators Who
\Jilin 'address the Societies, and ihe interest
`'Which the . class of graduates celclom faits to
sbite, will we are4fure;,'eeetiii:bur visiters
I ttpinet all fear of disappointment intheir ex
,pectationk : •
This morning at It o'Clock, - liou. CHARLES
GIBBONS, .of Philadelphiri, will address the
Belles Lettres -Soeiety, in the M L. Church;
and in thel : eiening in the mite place, Wm.
B. M'CLvaz, ssq. of Pittsbt.rg,:wiii address
ii nfon Society. TO-both 61 these add res
i3s-the publiiiigeneriglffire most cordially in
cited: To-morrow the exorcises 'of Com
mencefneti will take Ade, dbrarti:encing at
16 o'eloCk inibe Morning.
Nealebration ortgb 4th)!
The " glorious 411 i," or *tither the 3d, as
the 4th fell on Sunday, brciu'ght out the ueu
al effervescence of publi4eting,which John.
Adams said would ever be' anifested uPon
the annual teCurrence of the. natal day of Ai
meucan lntlepenffence. The'firibg, of the
cannon, the tramp of the soldiery, the stirring
roll of the drum, and the ezeitement and an
imation Which eras every wil'ere visible ..up.
on our streets, all evinced•tffat the 4th of Ju.
ly is still held by the pe'oplein . lsaored . obser
vance as a joyous n alibn al I le:ale:A The re
were several difleteutd'eniShstrationsin hon
or of the day in our bmligh.
The militaty th . e fait" and
the day vras ushered tn'tiy the tiriti : g, of a na•
tional 'salute by Capt. Tedtl's cbtripany of
ILight Attillery. An elegnict ilar'ade was , af
terwards made - by the samb . obinPany ; which
bn'this occasion displayed, full ranks and
with a steadiness arapieCision which
indicated that discipliii - e iS
The "Carlisle Cadets," a ntR: comp'any
which. has been recently organitie4 under the
eibenmand hf Capt. Robert M.:ilenderson,
made their first chess parade on the 4111
The marching df this co I pany,yourig as
is,'was also vet) , good The officers and
privates are all minors we helieve,and 'wear
a uniform correepontling to their ago, Anis
ting.of a neat blue 'roundabout, taStelrilly
trimmed with while, White pantaloon's 'and
'flat glazed caps.. NVe 'hope the young Ca
dets will strive to perfeet•their discipline and
military character, had breve themselves 'on
all occasions( a credit'lb'eur borough.
— Th — e1.6 . 6816 - COi ilfaiir usual celebration,
but unite their tramcar ilemonstraiions this
onlyilgtrayed how rajdt!ly "the democracy"
di 'diirtiberland (ounty'is going down 'hill.
I ft 'Vras-the smallest, uthst -dull: anal' lifeless
celebratioh which that Party 'has . ever 'had;
the old township leaders, and the anxious ex
pectants of a nomination on the CoUnt'y lick
et,*were all there to be sure, but "the , prop
were extremely sewn. The fact that the
people 'ate getting their eyes open to the
trickery of this anneal Holcomb's grove cele
bration. They . are beginning, to find out that
it ie onlyintetided to giVO thit l leri4eraari op.
2ortunity for 'selfish schettling 'anti 'Settling
the ticket, Whileihe mass of the party are
made to 'drink toasts, all brought of) horn
Harrisburg, filled with fulsome praise ol Gay.
Shudk, lessee Miller, John Laftotte, J. N.
Pqrvianee and the,rest of the Ch i binet, whom
they never saw and know nothing about, hut
for all of whom they are expected to '•go it
blind." The honest one term - portion of the
democraey.are getting tired being led by the
nodeln- ihis. way ; and-hence-the-smallness ox
Me l& celebration. We noticed that Judge
Satan haka conspicuous place in the he.. d
of the procession but wHett:er the meeting
ratified his nomination re're, second term or
drink a complimentaty l least'upon the "pass"
to the pick-pockets,indannexion with Polk's
pan to Sauta Autitt, We litre not ascertain
ed. .• • a
Another velebraticin tvas by the young
nien, without distinction of party, who pat
took 'et a hiefdsom i e (foliation, prepare 'to
their Merit latlafeetlen by Celli. Win. J.
Pfattler, and-sprearfln It`shad'y grove 'on the
batik* of the Cattarlogain'ett, Wear the Meet
ing-tom Springs. Vol. Noble acted as mar
shal of the day, and we learn 'that the day
was pissed in hearing an address, drinking
patriotic emits, (in co'd water) and doing
justice to the excellence of the repast. Th'e
procedirf,ts base 'net been furnisher) lab far
An interestlng'c'elebrailon day was
also trjkle by the tabbed' sehobl of the Sec
ond,tresbyterian Church. A feast of sweet ,
meats, confectionary and fruit , was Orepared'
for thelittle folks; 'under the seplerintandence
of, their teaelfirs, dud the Occattion jade one
of greet pittasOrit•uno pr(lit to a:I by various
exeseisee in speaking, singitiii, 4k.p. C 4.
bottiottstidischaracter cattribtlie ton VvartO
b die glad r Acidetice ihelbnetut -bobriety
ilntllobd order Which,pritielled, thVoughout
itid..,,WhicltWasTmdrrett by but few
13lrstorioal. ex hi
College" , -on ~Mondairle !Ovintin.4,.alfiSctetl' as i
. , ,
fashion of:•tho' town: On
,Sliai4n ! re;,' ‘ bnsides rho
.itibillty di AO t:cylk!git, eve no t ic ed rt'initrit!or
tlf aninglitforrensbvs ol,the-Inarnetl profs,
ind - otheirs President Esrony presided
keivise4,..'SOLl the ei heiti•ean
ihe*id nff 3T -- ottits
trreshr hLtlte Harceratown Band ,•I\iiich
'dim! tieen . efnplOyealor:the ':ncintsioho
itiiinin'the list ol,spealinis,'N,lii* . the 'en.;hjedth
- of their 4fressei,, leaving 'ifitintsirrifor litei
nniatrleirV2taikeii. 4 4.i.its in H. VDebßfeli
;t4 - ti
P-Octithatanieshrunirdinalsciiip,M6ll4,t4 , ;,
Mitshaf . l,l l . arkw, AIL al .1v
Genius.-4ames A. M'Cauley,
T4Giftete,i r trakthe True,Li. !Robinson;
OtTfTlie - ofliee Ortile›ligneiioe t rogrepli
in thii.bdrotiiiVwhiell flas been &..ed for a
few Weeks past, is again open fefbusittess,
and'Oolninultiatitiott wiffilheS, line resumed.
The is in charge,of Mr. - F. A. ft en•
nedy, who is a duly authorized agent of the
Company, and who will be happy to &erve
all vi , hti'desiie.to avail themselves of the fa
cilities of the "lightning
, OOn Monthly afternoon a fire was din.
covered in the roof of Mr. Crooks' Orocery
Store, on%ligh street, , but was fortunately pir.
rested beforeany maleihtl injury was done.
The mostprobable'C'onlgclure as to the ori
gin of the fire was, that it iall•been commu
nicated by a fire-cracker: Carelessly thrown
.upon.the rool'bv a boy. This'shooting of
fire-erackers is an unsafe amusement, and
we hope those vrrh sell these dangerous ex
plosivis'will now see the necessity of ''cut
tins oft the supplies' from
For the Herald and Expospei.
The Grave Yeti!.
' AI n . EDITOR: Some peconin the inseDent
ocrat is' ery severe—if the prolbse Use et de
grading epithets can be'called seveteupon
one,of.the farmers of. out berough, .for pastur-.
mg shdep in the English Burying Ornbild.—
It is not my intention to defend the conduct
of that officer.. Atilie sarne time 1 may jaw
permitted to say,that the conditet of this corn
munify, does not evince that sacred and ten
der regard for the habitation of - departed
friends, which indicates that they ale very
sensitive on the subject. .Ttie tombs of Cur
' ancestors at the 'Meeting llobse:Sprins. uti •
tit within a very few yeais, Were permitted
to remain without etielcatureLuntil _the toe,
morials of many had become rilmo•t ernite
ly buried in the excrements elite beasts that
resorted there_ kir pasture or repose... And
with regard to the English Burying Ground
at Carlisle, it has heretofore been More the
a wilderness of tall grasd and weeds, than the
reprise of beloved and cherished friends
;Some have erected monuments and memen
toes th matt the place and dit , crlbeth'e . worth
of the departed who lie betwath; but they are
iii.thany'inst nees shut from the - view, by
the overgroWn 'Wild paisiltp or other luxtni
The pi eseni stare (if refinement and cor
rect taste in tetetence to places 'of larrial,
forbid sec% a stale of ,ifiaiis to exist. I fence
in .roost of Om cities and large towns. the
citizens vie with each other in-tt'stilying. in
proportion to their means, that. though - ab
sent in the hotly," the memory of the tiepal•
led stililiVes in the hearts of the survivors.:
Ther4 are a .lew, and but very few here,
who display the evidence of fond remeni,
helium of de acted hiends. watch ,should
commend itself to others . Wridld 'it 'not be
pener_tor_the writer_itate =r Democrat . ' io,
stir up the hearts M the people to a ptep . er
tone in reference to the . desoltte appemance
of oar English Cemetery, than to exhaust the
i'Mnabehrii - or epithetis - epon the'Eoprbrone
wpb only manifests the too prevalent ! spirit
of oer, whole community - 1 think it would.
it would require but a - small contribution
fronfeach person who crughtlo feel'an '
est in theEnglishßuryawArattad;l73l.P.l Iff.tb
over a dollar a famillPitually—le emeloy
a stiAble person to keep every in a
neat and appropriate order ivibiin its pie-
L'incts. Walks leafing le %unions runt: item
, tied. should be ennshmetOli'atittkept in
reptiir. the weeds shouldbe'inflititn. and the
grass kept down by, occasional mowing..—
.Some appropriate shade tteda planted. boys
kept horn defacing the m i onuments and en
closires, &e. This wreild require the con
stant attendance-of otre.mhe most of the veer
tied the above contribution wfMill pay join
Our cemetery would thee be a heateifol elms
End every person would Visit 'it At 1111 plea ,
tire, nor would any aim ever entertain the
idea of making of it a-gheeka'stiire.
• A CITIZEN.
Items for Hasty Readers.
John. Quincy Adams is said to he in the
en j o yment of emFellerit health since his re
According to the 'Lnerifeco papers, the
of 1846 has canned the rise in flour and
..rrain: Ceti they tell . 13A-what:furs-caused fro
fall . .
The Let.lislavre'of Connecticut last week
passed a taw4titinining to the vote of life
people t'he question cf allewing the'Clolored
population the right of suffrage !
The Colton Orit,fory, nt Lancaster, has 14Y.)
Ipoitas.lind as high as 168 pieces of 35 vds
each, have Veen ttirneiceut; inatitul 5,k86
The knit trop iF said to be so abilWilant in
New Yen'lr, that the tartness Me itt•lni.s a s i n
the best means of preserving their trees a
gainst the evil etleets of too gleat'bearing..
A pamphlet has been issued by Andreas
Berna This Smoltinker, which raves notice it)
all men rind woman that it convention %v al.
be held on tlie 99th of /4,ust next, in To.m.
bull counfy,bhie, t'O .pApare for the taileit
Ito Adams county Whig papers mention
the *awes of Daniel M. Smyser aml W m. R.
tadier as catufitlakei for the State Senate, to
yawed Mr. Carlson, of Franklin, Both are
pod WWI anli True.
The Mangers of the Girard Life insurance
and Trust Company of Philadelphia, have
declared a div:dend at jinr per vent., paya
ble after the 6th July. This Company's
verliienient will be found in our eolunms.
.Ss stated thaCon, the borders .of lake
Mieltigan,.there uTu, .now in store, ready for
"trtiusporiat ton, a million of bushels et bread,
studs:. It lit et4ltmated' that' the means of
tratiarkirlitlion will, riot char out the old stunt
bsfore the new. comets in. ,
- • 'Morgan county, Na. has returned-A. Mich.
aril,. Whig, to the Legislature, by 13 mica- .
1$: His raajority April was,one, attU lie
•resigned in consequenctrof his:election be:
Mg -disputed. Tina 'result Amities ;iv tie on
joint Liallot in the. VirginitcLegialatui b. •
`rad, iemaiii4pf ilsy lttiil M c Kee,
Cr.Finuns ' cmo:Attjhutra
antlpiivato Ttkutisri nrii'vqd al Lou
oh liontlilyi . .tintl oh the.'w.
In 4 day, htung honorsT%voreliiiitletea . lo their
tlhnO 1110.6- itrriVOo'
160 volunteers of the 2ClCFriltieltritifsin
' PPe:=l , Vheii :our loen,foep
friends "were' health' and spirits, the.
twtjp . tiOut• photli ;or phi gill.'
The tiniii'lirkimewhit chang e d hiildethe
40ilittittif bin, dial a ta•
ite"iegardell its the initials, of
itehello , hins• ilitgeolf.ered
stars. ace .tinineand , in initn be WsliThe.
• his given the iraviir cit. kiannheitle,' , Xthiir aji , P
peciipilte They. , blue
sea nflo iti aispitallot '4: 2 1;14 1 -0
'hi Glib* In Switzerlandc' 4 iit thet`Y4 66 o.' il !fk r l
n tatfilige * 1010 6 " th 9Y 1 44,
2gjte:fitkpeattelilaii4.l4o , 4itylates i beh oi kO ie y
V . n . ,..'l,',l;pci(ol`l4 l liror:lPOotyM 6 l.l.lT.
7, , ,q1:13P .ix,at
Ni*Vita.4o:o ll 4 l lo 4 1 , tilitrAd . r4.k - i t *Ft , A l f ,
WPOI-19,R11011.011:.eivi•L!.'414 e,-.,r3;:1;) I -
" 's • •
Ldter-from the Andy. '„
'Gen,eralScoit advancing tipon City of Alex
. < ..:.pIif.:DEKICICSOURG, Va., July 2.
TheStra t... friillkip Palntel° has arrived at N.
0r1410.0, bnrigklig yera Crim dates to the
antl'Trimpico to the 20th, Old Broxoti - to the
thst. express'i'eceived at Puebla by the
Cordova route, annoinitkirrthat7Gene r al Scott
had comtnenced his march from thence td.
the capital on the 10th. Nothing is said in
iegard to the overtures of ,peace. A thous
alit' troops had left Vera.Cfuz on 'gm 17th,
under Gen. Pillow, to join Gen. meott. ,
Nothing lather had been hea , rit TrOin den.
Cadwalder. All the sick strirted'orrth'ls4 l
from Jalapa for Perote. Gen. Shields Ives
among the number. The latest dates from
the city of Mexico were to the 9ib. •Santa
Anna was then still in power. His resigna
tion was withdrawn on ascertaining that the
I majority of Congress was anxious for its ac
ceptance. The administration in consequence
of this, entirely changed its policy, and has
tProw:i itself into his arint. The public opin
ion the, y 15 gr'eatly divided.
4%..qu0i urn nt Congress cannot be collect
ei•.; such er..Mtision and anarchy never before
existed - eve.' in the city of 111exico.._An ilm
pottant financial measure, of Atnaya's ad
mini,tration. had been summarily alinogaied
iciay Santa Anna, iii defence, Ito says, to tiiaturgi
I•opittiun. .Tlik has led to the resignatiOn of
gararitoa and the nomination olLafra.gua as
khe .head of the Stale departmerit,..iansint t
iltssrifoluiction to the Yams, hot the reault Is
not yet known. Almonte.was slain prison'.
Tite'Stine id Chihuahua had, voted tinani
iThOut'ulyin-favor itt Santa Anna Tor President.
'the.inipre.s;:ion• is that Congress' will elect
and Het era be'cluoosen. No mention in made
of measures bur the deferice.of the Capital in
the papefo. They deem 'General Scott's nr
minion to match to that icily a niece boast to
Ic:ep up the siVirits 61 his men.
The Govt ., ' n mem is urged by letters .. from
I.Ptiebla tic hill upon Senn and crush him.-
I.l'hey say to tius but really 5000 men,thongh
he pretend- to hare 7000. it is dreaded that
('he shoutlit - be s loltuFl by Ga. TaYfrii. The
radriosilions Air. Trial is authorized to make
is :Lent in he as follows by the Alexicans:—
'Emu!' Reput.tic to name three Corninissioners
to.discits.s the claims 01 the United Statel,and
it 3,lex nun does cot consent,- the war to be
!prosecuted. - 4 '
GA 31mA:it's Look - orr !I—The anti•gamb
lin passed at the last session of the Leg
i,lintire, Went into 'el'ert, on the liner. Its
jturat-suns ale 111 the ino,t stiiiigent nature,
and g.toilnleis had brlther . look out. Persons
Who keep ally aphrtmeida for gamblingpur- •
po,es or klioviligly stiffer it to tiemsed for
upon conviction, - to a
thie of from -ssn in !MOO. Any persons ex
hibiting the iniplenteritirid aiming. or enga
ged ingaming tor it fvelthood, is liable upon
conviction to impri:toliment in The peniten
h,,y 1 1 , 11 , 11 0, 1 , t to five - years'and a fine of
':. 1 500. - Any ono inviting or persuading ano
ther to visit a phice•nsed for gaming purpo-
sr-F.. shall u, art cobACIIOII4O held responsi
rle for the ninifes , or property host by snot,
persnalion or in:awl:in, and tined from. 850
to :7 , 300: er is given to police
,irlicers to meal: open doors arid make ar
rests iv herc'ttiel e r> lily suspicion that there
is - gant itiring - ph mid it is the duty of alt
con-tahles aril pro:evuting atorneys,
to inUiriii.upon nod pros( cute offeinleis .
gaiiist the ult . , under a penny of $5O to ssop.
IK . ) SANI)S' SAII.j.,NrAItII,I,A.-Z„. simusted
by ti holds ot Sommer, the vital AuTtficlita at
Mk s•lisuit .of ill e . year are seldom perfoimed
a it h th e i igor and 'reAlarity necessary to per.
feet Width. •1 he secet tiv e organs but lazily
fulfil their 11111 ; doe dip cstive powers becomo
rclav•il, whole tine til t lace of the hod, lint baiter
r,, Ino•slittles 'lie V. a Ate aster which should pass
oft the ponce, ali•1 the excretory . prong dotal, ad
a ot h th t it acimstomlll vigor. s he consequences •
are data, e ins eruptions, running anies, shaffiltilar
s" elhovV . v. a livorhul rendition of thmliver dys.
pepsin, Rte. In spiny cases one of these _results
in others all of theta ensue To v fleet a core it
i. iirrm• ry that the . stomach be invigorated, the
floitls nth t • • I, the'cirettlation regulat d, the ah
s.u•lientii itirafeill; ii healthy action, and the
Ipo t s dpene I- Tini tonic, anti.scejitic, and slight
' I. eyertent prop ;lies of this preparation, ren
t dee it peculiarly adapted to these • purposes. By
its relllWltlll , 4lllhllellee (1 new impetus is impart- '
en t0'..11, a licde I.llvsip I rnaeliinerv, and Nature
is enabled to sludse•. I the clan Mids of disease
0 hich, acettnitilliting• during'the hot summer, now
in•Viit to dev l '.o•ll, themselves in sarions dangerous
and phial') forms, ,
p hv i i
r ,,p n ' and sold by A. K.& D. SANDS
fh:o. , ...eists. MO Pillion. street New York . .
Sold tam by S. ELLIOTT, in Carlisle and
.1Y Drugiiots tzenerillly thrnm,-.linut the Una
etc‘'hies. nice 'l,k . per bottle.. Six bottles
or five dollars.
A Mil:TO:IS silo.. or Ikons To Ton HEAD. as it i•
called ran be acconoted for upon tin ether principle
than Irani coriiipt and stagnant humors in the venoms
menial lon, whir II prevent the proper return of the vi
tot tiutil to the heart. The blood can have no more
predilection for the head than for any other part ;
its own SSC( the purity would give its tendentli
In t Its .e ztreni it les ; •but.when the passages are choked
up, and it heroin., us it there. prisoner in the head,
nn wonder there is a distention end swelling of the
blond gestic's. o pressure mum the bran, headache,
trilpitat inn of the ticart, insanity, tpogilexy,
and w.her dreadful results.
Wvight's Indiu a Vegetable Pills tire (limp 'certain
to ~regent the abase unpleasant complaints, because
.ey expel from elrcalation those very humors which
are the cause not only of all disordered motions of rho
bluo,l,..buxofevery larnhuly-incident - to - mam - - They al
un nid and him nee digestion. and therefore will moot
assuredly give health and vigor to the hotly, as well ac
prevent any evil emtveAtieliecifrofiriihit la termed a
rush of blomPto the
Beware t-ugar coated counterfeits, The on.
and genuine Indian Vegetable Pill
hare the signature of W illiatn Wright .written
'at !hi pen on the top label or each boa. Nino
other is genuine, and to counterfeit this is forgery
Office and general depot, 11i9 flute st Phila.
Enid in Carlisle by CHARLES °GUM
T'estimony is now received from all" quarters of
The following. letter to presentee, with a view of
more fully showing the opinions of ni'leftelclettes in or-,
firm to the Medical mettle of t . Dr. SAVA NE'S COM
PORND SYRUP OF WILD CIFERS,Y;
DA: SIVA VNE—DVOi Sir ; 110kVing peed your Com
pound Syrupnt Wild Cherry eatgWalvely in my prac
tice, 1 was recheatect by you Agent Dt. Kruttber, to
to flatness my opinion in wrfthig o 1 its properties as a
remedial egept. most cbeprAtlly, comply.an I heel by
an doing, I will dischn'rget'Llihil oriel the community
at large. and 'Physicians .in , pattletalitr.; As mush as
detest Quack Remedies end Peron;
,Noitrume. I was
flunked from a Aintree nt thereof poleni eapectorents
Intim Mended In our Manilla ml.4lcee in vomit eases of
DIS,CAISED Imaction'try your Preparation or Prunus
`OriNitap - Cit siinirvoit is seincient leaky that
I was muckpleasedwithineremorof that end sub
aequent trials that I nosy preaceihe it.in preference tn.
all cutter Remedles,whett,an expectorant la ndicated.
In thy much dreaded Pneumonia nt ',Disease of Inn
tunes, In the alarming tarot in; Watch" it !Omen In
•K`outtieky,l regard It lin an invaluable Remedy. in the
t rent aunt of that diseases Mee ail tv he know me 1 have:
•el ongh, but no this may be seen by periens net of ....'
the. I, ty of Finnkfiwte I will briefly-04d, that thrive'
bean et 4seit:in. ten active practiee m i firoression of
12 owe unquiet Oradelate it ransylvania,
analallele the' tint 'Patent Medicine 1 ever thought.
etinualt of tit` express an aphelion in wilting: • ,r.,J
.; • . 1.111E41111114.-0 1
.Januilry 1841, „•;,:,,yrinktin ip , rty, Ny
ankflirt,..l4. 7 l- 1 1y 8 1 7, 21
Thenboye certificate tsfronironts Four iirinbo7.3
itvinga•few miles Dem hewn; 40.111 delef 21.141,7.. good.,
pre elite. aerd la considered afteed ylvir?Nlra stands
Stir; . Ito is, mete mirk ti,ferfeittr •-•
r; 31 nae ltt rndac
n eaa li Flo, to thectbli e
up regatta mr,, w,hlch they tunielztiritsin WIVO
resolledalielleamee-`• -Skiers." antentetv....2.
s hv yl f,7, o)° ,.,L a wod ceerryibutlithe 7 ,
epotiline brePillation nrorrinyndueild to Abir
wbleteetilP . mi , ...prbvtur- riP l llO-Tubno'Reeordo or thet
:twinge Imposition is, to- see that fl)y slgnature le on
• , Dr ; 14,SW
~&tuf'ruice selects; rhlloelphitti s
"'4'ol - : in Oar) la a:-
ay,:. S. Nlr:1-1AVERS'FICK
~ ".''..Wi: ill4i. niCsbiir l d ililliiiiiit,liiite - last;
PY, Isiko ilitiey E.sq:Mr. Wiitimis DZIENZII':
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g tolVpsbni. - ' '' 1 ", ',• '" ‘;,l
Od ' fi t llillh ‘ iiii? fil tj _Vliitry_litet- by thel
iiifitrillqi..P,Sivl)ll4,9 ;Mills, Ide' 0 ' BaowN4Y
66 . 41 gf P10t110011411%. - • ''-‘, 11 ~, 4,
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