I Some cT'oir modern tVdiiiitcrx, and writers
greatly increase the intercut of their eflusions
;by imitutioti of the following laconic, and Spar
lt.it.lika' reply of a Chief of the Poltawatamies of
,,e Vabuh umilo in answer to a Jong Speech of
CtJ' rapper i persuading them to emigrate I ,
j My chief have heard and considered upon
. ' . II ... I 4 .1.11 !, ul,.t 1 1. ni
hil! yOU OW UB, SOU yU iioii awi, "" iut
now any. ,. oen youasKcu my i-uhjibiui n
lion ef their opinion relativo to removal, they were
lad, nd . appointed Mia aay to give you an an
er. - .V " -
Me Father Ydu We asked, my chief and all
present to go west of the Mississippi they have all
lout nio to-sny tuoy " - w
"Juiril desires ua Jo live in eace with all men,, ,Wc
Warn WO UnilCeHMIIies H ty wr wtiiiunjr, uiiu
dau't know but that we will get our land hack
aetin, arid thi is the reason my chief are hoi wil.
ling W gn wesi ft iiw juuwmMpi'i. ' gu
when yon nreniitmed our G reat Father, the Presi
dent fie doeanot wian to be at variance-witti any
got, and neither do we. : V;A V' v '
My Father We heard whaJ yon raid yesterday,
aod you baye heard what we have just said. '.-We
jo not wanl you to aay any more on the sulyoct,
"or if you do, w will not listen to it." V; ' .-.
Tb Indians then immediately arose and depar
tad from the Council. " " ,
vri Tlrmaint of Nanoleon. The Siecle of Pa
ris ssye that one of the objects of Marshal Souk's
utimion to England wa to obtain permission to re.
movethe remama.or4npoleon to r ranee; and in
this, it ia aaid, he has succeeded, with the aid of the
lHik of Welling Unv-Jtia. AtaieiJiir !her thatihe
j'fincc de JoinviiJc f jilo pr(cct'd Io Sfrtlelra"1ri
command of a frigate, listing on board a aoldier
from cfry reRiaietH in France,- and that' the re
mains of the Emperor are to he tlejKwilcd under the
column in the Place-Vendomcr, with solemn rcli.
gloua ceremonies, at whiclrthe Oukenf Wellington
will he invited to be present;, (t has long been the
aim of, (he admirers of Nnptilconand ali French
men are entranced with his glory J to gei iu remain
from St. Helena, aud to don wile them in the Place
Venifomvin the lioart of larrrobahly Iuis
Philippe would efrengtlietiliis dynaaiymiire liy that
movemmrt tbati by any other he ptiuM jnakc.
v . 1 y- .CARRIED. " - '
In TtKanskton. Goo, on the 3rd iant Mr. JOHN 8.
MARIJN, i.rmerly (4 thts Cotittty, to Aiii RUTH
JiUNTEtt WATtJON, of perry County, Ala.
oiin I AIIY.
It lecomea oiir painful duly to announce tho death
,X THOMAS DHA'8, Jf. K. Attorney it Iw of
hii place, who departed tin lite on Saturday me in
mil., aged sbtot 80 yesri
Tbe eircuinxtsnccs attending the death of' Mr. D.
art truly dlatrcwing. 1I n a candidate to reprexent
this countr in tho next lcwlnture, and irae returning
fi04it toe fiwer prtol the comity where he had gono
iniitoad a'publicVatrierliigra few ilyra?vtiiUl"T5ttlff'
I.letth. On arrivitiir within six miles ut this, it was dia.
cavercd that IkT wsa in a stata of mental derangement
On the evening of his death he started for home, as was
mipnoicd, but not reaching ihia that night, Mtrioussp
(irelienaions were cmcrtaiitcd by the citizens of our yil
ItfC, that aoine misfortune bad hffullen him, and im
mediately aearch was made for bun tlwt nivht in the
neighborhood where he watt laot seen; his horse was
found en We bank of "Brosd Rlyer near by, but no traces
iti owner could bo seen. i)a next morniog aearch
wti arain made, and melancholy to relate, he Was
found ia the bottom of the river, having apparently been
drowned the cveningT)revwua. ' ' 'r ,-
In the death of th young man the community has
Wca dcpnitd of one,, who, by bis natural endowments,
brflttod fitr any station in life, and by the exercise
eft highly Rifled mental capacity, might have reflected
lasting honor upon hit native State; mild and courte
ous in his demeanor while a the Bar, he gained the es
teem of all his legal asaut.ialea. Ha has left kn aged
fatheraud Mother, a brother and several sinter, lo tie
plwe a ka which to them ia indeed irreparable.!--JJufa-rd
OnxtUt, . v. i. -
On tho morning of the 24th oft, near Ploasanl Gar.
sVoa,Btkacg .:iaiMAUUJA-M'anlf 40uU.of.
Joaie (iraenieetlvBgcd ten muutitaaiid tweuty-two
rpilK SICK are all inking this wonderful Me
- dicine which is aatooivlniig Europe, and Am
lira with its michty cure. ".--? '. . '
For Snle at the PtMt OOice, fulUt'own, Irtdtll
; P.y JXO. YOUNG, Agent.
August 17, 183a -', ,. 3m '
v-.X TABLE OflCONTENT
Soallicrn Literary Ulcsscnser,
' -yoL iV. yo. MiL ' : ; '
OricinalvantTi.--Prom FraffmeuL Bv a Bachelor.
Hcckfenliurg Dcclaraiioitof Independence In teply to
saSrticWtn the April number of the Mefsenger enti.
tm. Koto, and Aaecdtttes, political and misccl-
latwous, fiom. 17.W lo 1KIO, drawn from tbe port-folio
el aa otriorr of -the Gaipire, aod translated from the
French (br the Meawoer; Bacon 'faylcr nd tlie Pyc
.myds pf Egypt;, the Pacha of, JVypl ; the Slipper ol
Mdt PeVronnct '.The AdventurtTs; DifTicnlties ep"
eouDlcrvd by the early settlers of the State el Maine
battles with the Inditns,1reMie, &., by Horatio King.
Spring Jovs, by the sutlior of H Lovs at the Shrines1
"The Sleet Storln,,' &c '" Leigh. Hunt, our Sonnet.
Vritinand Sonnet-Writers In general, (from Black
wood's olaRiwme fur J919) .Tlie 'Dewiltory Specula.
,l; tlie Rose, its origin, snJ Ihe estimln.jn which
, n wu tictd y anCient-WTitem; Uy W -n, waanm-:
t.'- Recent Visit to lastly llettef 8unhbpo, copied
fmmthe May No. of the Democratic Review, to which
k it was fwrwarded by Hon. Letis Cass, -our Minis
ter to France,, Rernrk's on a Jnte review of Bacon, by
aaativo; not a reoitleot nf Virf inia. Lncile; A Nov.
elette, Cha'ptets 1 V!, V, VI ; by the sulherese of The
Cutw," Lc., ltt be continued.) Jouraal o a Trip to
.the Mountain, Caves and Springs ol Virginia ; Cbsp
ers VII antt VIII. h a- M-.F.Krl.mlpr. rnncliull(t.t
Biogrsphlcsl Sketch of . Captain 8a iiiuel .Cooper of
worjfetowo, D. C. a patriot of the revolution, by i crt-
oi t redcrict County, Maryland. - JJenouis ot tne
Reformation on the "jlapjitHM) of Jlau, ia Ti)y M ill
article in tho Marc h ami aubpf()ni N'.w f.t t' Mi-s-scngor,
by Nutive of Cuachlsud, Virt'itna. l'.iocra
pineal Sketches f Livin? Atnerii-nn IVta and Novcl
itij No. IV, Will mm Gil mora Kuunm, Ij., of yout'i
Carol'". lVlayo, a Romance of the Goth; Extracts
from this new work,, now in the promt, and to bo pub
litjieii in a few days, by the author of M The. Yemaa-
see, Meliichnmpe,' "Uuy Kivcr," " 1 no 1'ariwan,
4c. 4c. Francis Aune; a Romance, bv a Awica,
ChaoterelH and IV, (to bd continued ) WaBhinglon,
and the. Patroit Army ; Remsrka on the biographical
skeen ot Jutife jeremian i.. uiiase, puDiisnea in me
June fin, of the Messenger. - f V
Original i'otry Nidnight ly' C W. Everest.
StHMiet,To Mary, by L I Heaven; Taken from a
Lady'e Album. To the James.' There's a flower; ta
ken trwn a I-sdy's Port-Folia Expostulation, by C.
W. II, Camden, ti C. Lament of an Old Bachelor, by
I.yricus. Ronoct, to the Mngnjlii Grsndiflora, ey C
PC. WStdiington City. On dreaming that I heard a
Lady engaged in Prayer, by L L- To a beaut iful Creek
Roy, the evening colore hie emigration by Henry
Thompson- ' Bhe Was Not There, By E A Sonnet
to the Honeysuckle, By C P C, Washington City,'
TOTICl V ALL pert ma indebted to Dr.
T' Asiibkl Smith, either by note or. book ac
eoiiiit are requested to call on the subscriber at
Tli os-1 Cowan's store, n the town of Salisbury,
during August Court for 1838, and settle the same,
or not complain if they find their accounts or notes
hi tbe hands of an officer immediately afterwards.
' , JESSE K1NCAID, Attorney.
Salisbury, N. C, August 10.
v '. HEAD QUARTERS,
SBiibury, N. V.t August tl 1838. L
rpiIR Commiwoned OlTiceit of tho 64th Regi
merit of N. C. Militia, are hereby command
ed to Parade t the Courthouse in the town of
Salisbury, on Saturday 1st of September, at 10
o'clock, A. M., equipt for Drill and Court Martial.
15y order of
R. W. Lono, CoECom't.
J. M. BROWN, Ad'jr.
13 f 31' CAY I
flESPFXTFULLY informs his friends and the !
S- w (MiKlir Ihnt tia i nniv rMitu in nftAnrt tn pa
ceiving and forwarding goods to the interior,
' SHIPPING COTTON, 4r.
He will make libera! advances on all kinds of
produce aenl him for sale or shipment.
Intending to devote himself exclusively to this
busineea he flutters himself that he will be able to
give sntiafttct ion. ' '
Georgetown, S. C, July 18, 1838. Ot:10
4 LL person boloniug lo the S.ilis-
Iwry Bent, subject to Milii
are commanded to Parade at the Court-
house in the Town of Salisbury on
Friday the Slat inst.,at 11 o'clock, A,
M., equipt as the law directs, for com
pany muster." Bv order "
K. W. Lono. CoI. Com'tl
: ' J. M. DROWN, Ad'jt.
Salisbury, August 17, 1838. 3t
Tlie article published below, concerning the new
and popular doctrine advanced bv tha illustrious
Goelicke of Germany, cannot fail of exciting a deep
and thrilling interest throughout our country.
Trsnslate3 from the German?
LOUIS OFFON GOELICKE,
The greatest of human Benefactors.
Citizen of North' and South America.
; T Loria Offon Goelicke, M. D., (Europe,)
behmgs the imperishable honor of adding a Kcw
and' rBKCiova uoctbimk to th? Science of Medi
cjne a doctrine which,' though volicniontly op-,
posed by 'many orTC8" 6cutty,(of whkh he is a
valuable member,) he prove lo be aa ell founded
in truth as any .doctrine of Holy Writ a doctrine,
upon the verity of which are suspended the.hvea
ol millions of our raca, and which he boldly chal
lenges his opposers to refute,'vlz; Consumption it
a ditcase alieayt oecationtd by a ditordtrei etalt
of Tit -Vita (or Life Principle) of the human
body : 03" often tecrctly lurking in the tyttrnx for
ytan before there it ine lean compiaini oj me
lung frand u-ktcH may beat certainly, though
not to quickly, curta, at a common com or a nmpie
headacnet An mvniuauiy precious aocinne mm,
as it imparts an important lesson to the apparently j
hralikv or botn sexes, leacnine mem inai.mis in
sidious foe may be an unobserved minute of their
"clayey houses" even while they imagine them-
" 'ZhJZLitTf i
IEH?.E, iJffi ,i
PRESER.VING HEALTH 13 to PLUCK OUT
THE DISEASE WHILE L THE BLADE,
AND NOT WAIT till the FULh GROWN
EAR.1"' . '-,. - - m i- .. . -
Thie illustrious benefactor "or man is elso entitled
to youi oiifoigncd gratitude, and the gratitdde oft
world, fiir the invention of his MATCHLESS 8A
NATIVE, whnse heilmg fiat may justly claim
for it each a title; since it has so signally triumph
ed over our great common enemy (O CON-
SDMFriON. both in the nrsi ami. last eiagea, a
medicine Twb eh has thoroughly tinea the vacuum
in'the Materia "Medica, rul .there by proved itself j
the CoxarEBoi op PbtbIcIans medicine, Jut
which all mnnkind will have abundant cause t bless
the beneficent hand oT kind Providence, a medU
clue, whose wondroHa virtues have boon so clow.
jngly portrayed even by some of our clergy, io
th.ir nfttniul visits to the sick ehamber i by which
means they often become the happy instruments of
.Unmnff rfflsnondencv into nope, etcunees mw
health, od sadness of friends nto joyfulness. .
" ay . .
. - . as t , '
a medicine of more value to man than the vast
mines of Austria, nreven the united Ircamires of
our globe, a medicine, which is obtained equally
fiom the vegetuble, animnl and mineral kingdoms,
and I tins rxD.ses.vs a TitarnF-Cu power, a medi
cine, which, though doaliTited aa a remedy for con
sumption solely, ia possessed of e mysterious influ.
ence over many diseases or the human system, a
medicine which begina to be value) by Pkyaiciatu,
who are daily witnessing its astonishing cures of
many whom I hey bad resigned to the grtep-of the
INBATIABUt UIAVI. '
IK)SE of the Sanative, for adults, one drop ; for
cniiuren, a halt drop ; and for inlants, a quarter
drop j the directions explaining the manner of (a.
king bait or quarter drop. : V' ,. ,
" reicETbree endood-thirdri dojlara (f 2,50)
per HALF ptjici.'". ' r, -' '" V
" A German coin, yahie 75 conta, ' '
A. brief iiiatory of the immortal Experimenter,
who has' sacrificed a large property and nearly ui
ytan of mental and bodily toil upon the alur of
human benevolence, must be Tniught with thrilling
interest to the Western as well as Eastern World.
He is kinsman of' Dr. Andbcw Orron Gog
LtcKC, the well known author of the "Historia
Medicinx Utiiveraalia,' who gained great repu
tation throughout Germany, in the commencement
of the last 'century,, by zealously advocating the
doctrines of tbe eccenrric Dr. Stahl, Having
loMt his father by Consumption, Goelicke was left
with largo estatoJU F-arlunale or ua, Jid.furta
itaie fur pierat tone yet linbbrn, hie polartar was
the good of his fellow men, and he ' vowed, in
the name of the Deing who made him, that he
would spend his .last shilling and his life wifb it,
ere he would slop short of the dikeowry of the
Lacs and Cuhi: ol that dreatlful disease which
had torn from him a beloved parent." v
The lofty spirit of Goelicke waa rhafod by the
too just reproach cast upon the healing art, that
" its imbecility end ignorance serve but to court
and foster disease," and his aspiring soul would
dot permit him to grovel on with the great mass of
physicians, in the dim twilight of medical knowl
edge. u What I" said he, " haa the God of nature
been more provident fur the earthly reptiles that
crawl at our feet, than for the noblest of his crea
IttWrMaiit Has he not kindly provided ah ahtP
dotv to the maladiei even of the kateful toad, in
the very leaf that was designed a ila abetter from
theatonn? Dare we.then.impioualychnrgeourMs-
ker with a Want of roKBSioirrT Heaven forbid!
Being fully persuaded of the existence of a sove
reign remedy for Consumption, then undiscovered,
this giant -minded philosopher and experimenter
commenced ransacking the throe kingdoma of na
ture, vegetable, animal and mineral, and, with tbe
key of chemistry in hand, unlocked her ttacred ar
chives. Not satisfied with surveying the beautiful
exterior oi her triune temple, this zealous chemist
made bold entrance into the inner courts ; and
tltere, directed by the Great Chemist of the Uni
verse, (ibtaTnefl from Natpbi's Mbdki.ib Ciiest,
hia Matchless Sanative. "
Dr. Hehman Etmvllrr, and two other of our
most eminent physicians (whose testimonials will
be found annexed to this pronpectus) publicly ac
knowledge ita mighty eflicacv in curing not only
Consumption, but other fearful mnladica which they
have heretofore believed incurable. They fiankly
confessUia! ft is the ihost unaccountable in its action
of any medicine ever yet prepared by human hands.
Such ia the demand for Ihia mighty health re
storer in Germany, that Mr. Anthony Strumer,
one of our booksellers, sold, in one month, 147
phials, being more than six packages ; Mr. E. P.
Manhuttan, 128; Mr. James Sevier, inn keeper,
105 ; and not a single agent, who has made returns
of money to tho depository, has sold less than 100
per month, since he received his sppointment.
An association of gentlemen, with Mr. Manhat
tan at its head, and comprising twenty agents, recent
ly offered Goelicke $40,000f trtheoBtelf . BECire
for preparing the Sanative, but this was refused.
M r.. ManhaUan haa cause io. ftm this medicine,
since one of his daughters, anom Dr. V an uautt
atteuJed in a long sickness, and whom he ecknowl-
edged to be in a "confirmed consumption," lias
been perfectly cured by using only 44 three quarters
of a phial. Also, a young man, who waa former
ly a clerk in hia store, and who had, for several
years, been subWt to fits, waa restored to uninter
rupted health, on taking ten than half a phial.
Several other very important cures have been dis
interestedly reported to the public by the before
named physicians, since their conversion to the Vis
V it doctrine, as will be seen by their annexed tes
Of most medicinet before the public', the patient
is directed to " take five or ail bottle, end if these
do not cure, persevere in the nse of ten, er even
fifteen ;" but not so with the Matchless Sanative.
It is here worthy of remark, that in almost tve
17 instance where cures have been wrought by th'13
remedy, Zeis than a phial haa removed the disease
and, in no case, whother resulting fatally or sac
cessfullv, haa a patient used two whole phials.
. The Sanative is above all estimate, as a general
preventive of contagious mekas es, and by many
it ia said to be a never-failing antidote, though the
inventor does not clothe it with such inlullibility.
Masters of vessels, who may wish to furnish
tncjnseiyei and tneir crews, eacn 1 wun a pnini mbmi,
can obtain the article oT my agents; at 0 percent
discount by the package. . ." .
All persons who live in unhealthy climates,
whether hot or cold, all openitivesand others con
nected with manufactories, and all wbo lead seden
tary and inactive lives, pre exposed to various in
sidious maladies, which, may be silently, preying
upon then ionslitutions while their, countenances
wear the glow of health, and while they "suspect
po danger nigh" maladies which an occasional
a of tbe Sanative would check in the bud.
The patient, while using. this, medicine, should
oat and drink (in kind, not quantity) whatever the
APfETiTB dictates, and not be compelled to force
down, eajast nature, every medley which the ten
defeat friends and kindest nureos often imprudently
recommend. ' . --K." s
NATURE IS TlIS GREAT PHYSICIAN
(the doctor and nurse only her servanta;) and if
we would prom ny ner aavice, wo must . aanere
strictly to ber infullible recipe.- if she order for
the patient water, porter, or hock.etce cr 4 if she
direct fitdi, fowl, eggs, or a beef-steak, regard her
voice. In other words, the patient ahoulu cat and
drink whatever his appetite crave, not forgetting
. 1 -f. 1. -it i.: .
10 00 - wmporio 111 ait iinti. 1 ,t
1 In biiruiiig'fcveM, nirxk not die patientV initinc.
live call for coolinr drink, bv siuilv tnoiHti-ning(!)
bin parched lips; but placo by his beJ-biJe a ves
sel ol water, put into Inn binds a cup, and let him
slake his thirst at pleunure; This is reason 5 this
is common sense this is nature., y
. TO AGENTS. The Generol Agent for the
MatehhM Sanative, io the Western Hemisphere's
Ur. UAV IU S. KOtVLAND IlosTO.inthean.
ciept 8tato of MAssAriii'sETTS, North America.
I o prevent any attempt tl counterfeiting, the dircc
lion accompanving each package will contain i
private check ewrlr, made known to the general
agent in Jioston, wbo is duly authorised lo employ
an inspecting agent, at the expense of jhe deposi
lory, to viait occasionally the sub-agents ia the dif.
ftiirnt ecctioiHi of the country, ' ' ' -
it was deemed bsolutely necessary by the in
ventor, that the general agent in America, should
be a gentleman acquainted with medicine -but
wbilo said agent has power to create' additional
agencies, 10 any town or city whenever he shall
think proper, he ho it in charge not to appoint ei
ther drt'ggith or apothecariet aa agent, aiwt eon.
sequently this nedicine will not be for sale at their
stores. - - '';
As Goelicke does not wish' the reputation of this
remedy la America to depend upon the eases here
in reported, but upon its own merits alone, he is
perfectly willing. nay, he tskt it at a favor, that
publishers of newspapers, throughout the' whole
country, will throw open their columns to PIIY8I-
ClA.Na, for tbe free admission of all their argu-
mentative communications (over real names) which
they may offer against the validity of the new dec
trine. ', ' . . " ''' . ; ' ".."w-r-'t- '" '
In regard to the SANATIVE, the public will
probably prefer To niaVe actuaT Jrial of ils worth,
rather than rely "upon what mar be aaid w it, ei
ther by its Iriends or ita foeS. Not being at all de
sirous nf a certificate reputation abroad, the in
ventor would not have consented that th following
cases should have been 'published, had not the an-
nexed lesumoniaV which corrohoraleilli8 lacts,
have been so kindly and unsolicifedly. presented to
him, by three of our moat distinguished physicians,
who were, till very recently, hia bittbbbst opto-
icrs. Having designed hie medicine aa an anti
dote to only one disease, he ciiuld hot have believed
that it possesses such a controlling power over the
human system, were dot the cases here given, at-
tinted to by gentlemen, who were individually
knowing to the facte, and whose veracity no one
will presume to call in questioit, vii : 29 of Incipi
ent and Confirmed (msumptiodpPaleey-plS
Fita 21 Venereal ; 0 Dropsy 5 Insanity ( 1
Emaciation J 15 Indigestion ; 7 Pleurisy ; 3 Gout;
14 Piles; 9 Dysentery; 0 Gravel and Stranguary;
2 Diabetes; 15 Rheumatism ; 5 Spine Complaint ;
7 Rickets; 12 Jaundice 1 Partial Deafness) 17
Nervouanetts ; 8 Ague ; 35 Weak Lungs and Spit
ting of BIikkJ ; 3 Delirium Tremens; 7 Heart
burn ; 18 Vertigo and Headache 12 Lost of Ap-
iietite and Debility ; 4 Liver Complaint t 32 Obsti
nate Coughs and Colds; 9 Asthma j 23 Diseases
f the Eyes ; 6 St. Anthony's Fire ; 10 Disturbed
Sleep and Watchinga ; 2 Cancer ; 1 1 Ringworms ;
8 Ulcer and rever Sores ; 0 Wind 10 Stomach and
Bowels ; 6 Hypochondriac;-10 Nighf iSweets - 8
Strains; 13 Scurvy; 12 Scald Ueads; 4 Carbon-
cled and Pimpled Face ; 0 Leprosy 5 0 Tic Dou-
loureux ; 1 I'oisoned ; 4 Sickness in f regnsncy ;
3 Tumors ; and many difficult female complaints ;
besides numerous canes of Humors, revere, &c.
All persons whom the Sanative shall eave from
threatening disease, are particularly desired to
eommumeate their cases (post paid) to tne deposi
tory. fr . . .
t t t t t .t t 1
A certificate from three merobere of the MEDI
CAL' PROFESSION, in Germany, in Europe.
We, the undersigned, practitioners of medicine
in Germany, are well aware that, by our course.
we may lorteit the Irtendship of some ol the facul
ly, but not of its benevolent members, wbo are
uninfluenced by selfish motives. . Though we shall
retrain from an expression of our opinion, either of
the soundness or unsoundness of Dr. Goolicke a
ntw doctrine, we are happy to say that'we deem
hia sanative toe valuable not to be generally known
-for what our eyes behold and oureare near we
oiust believe.- -..jtt. -r..i
We hereby state, that when Dr. Louis Oflbn
Goelicke first came before the German public, as
. 1 1 . 1 - i 1 . 1
me preienueu aiacovcrer 01 a new aocirtne ana a
new medicine, we held him in the highest contempt,
believing and openly pronouncing him to be a I
importer and the nnuce of quacks. Rut, on hea
ing so much said about the Sanative, agamet it and
for it, we were induced, from motives of curiosity
merely, lo make trial of Ita reputed virtues upon a
number of our most hopeless' patients ; and we now
deem it our bounden duty (even at the expense of I
our sell-interest j publicly lo acknowledge its efhca
cy in cutlng not only rotwumotion, but other fear
ful maladies, which we have heretofore believed to
be incurable. , Our, contempt for the discoverer of
this medicine waa at once swallowed up iu our ut
ter astonishment at these unexpected results ; and,
as amends for our abuse pf him, we do frankly con
less to the world, that we believe him a philanthro
pist, who does honor to the profession and to our
country, which gave him birth. .
1 he recent adoption ot this medicine into some
of our European hospitals is a sufficient guaranty
that it performs all its promises. It needed not our
testimony, for wherever it is used, it ia its own best
witness. . ..
JIERM A NET M ULLER, MV D.
.WALTER VAN GAULT, M. D.
ADOLPHUS WERNER, M. D.
Germany, Dec. 10, 13B.
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fit apoeara by the following information given
lo the publio by Ur. Kowiand, that 4liu much mX
ed of Matchless Sanative is indeeiLwliat it profess
es lo be en effectual and valuable medicine, wor
thy the serious attention of every consumptive per
soo and the tic generally. .-. -,
' "Iflafcltless Sanalhc. T
DAVID S. ROWLAND, the General Ameri
can Agent for this mighty medicine; (invented by
the jmrnortal Goelicka of Germany,) haa great
pleasure in publishing the . following highly impor
tant letter from a respectable gentleman in New
York, which ,he has received, with' many others
of a similsr character also very interesting tntel
ligence from several of his Agents, aa will be seen
below which, together with the certificate from
three eminent German physicians, must forever
sasasiaaaaasjai ,"'.'" ' " fe
r lf?8 Wsshington Street.
ttiWihh the clmrofter of the Sanative os Lein"
out a parallel in the hi-torv of medirin "
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. .Tinmoav No. 1. . ' "
A Lfltcr from II. F. S!rru'U, Eia,, nf,a IVJL
t t t t t f t J
Nvr Vobe.Ocu fl, 1837.,"
Pa. D. S. RowtAJto, Sir : About the miJ.!le-'
of July last, I Bccidontly noticed io a new;.Bper
the advertiseinent of the Matchless Sanative, ir
Which I perceivod you were agent, and which pro- -fussed,
lo be a sovereign remedy for Consumption.
As my wife was thee fast wasting away with this '
dreadful disease, sod aa our family physician wal
daily and anxiously endeavoring to restore her to'
health without success, stepped over to his houie,
and asked him if he bad anv ohjections to herlaking '
this medicine.' He replied that M he was perfectly
Wilting Mrs. Sherwood should take that or any
other medicine ahe might choose, but he though '
it could do her no good, as her lungt were rapidty"
consuming; and no human meant eoutd nave her," "
Still, (be Sanative, being recommended by throe
physicians who had used it in their practice, she. ,
concluded lo give it a trial. ' I sent and purchased
a phial, which ahe commenced taking three timet .
day, giving a free indulgence to her appetite ao
cording to the directions. Dy pursuing this course,
the suffered considerably for the first eight or ten
day, but was shortly able to eat aud driok freely,
without the east inconvenience. , . ... "
Within (bur weeks from her first using the me- ,.'
dicine, her feeble health and wasted form began'to -put
on new strength, and ahe has been gaining from
day to day until the present moment, to the utter
astonishment of our family pbymcian and friends. ,
She ia now enjoying a comfortable (though not per .
feet) state of health, is able to bejaboul house and
atteni church. .. .'.;,' i. , v;.- v"' j."
-irs.ooerwooq ano myseii are now luny 01 opin-
ion, and so are all who know her remarkabte case,"
that tk meet ker life to tht Sanative alone t and .
as there are prohsbly niany consumptive persons
id the United States, who have not yet heard of. '
this medicine, measures ought speedily lo be idopr- J
ed to have it more generally kwtmn..-JivS- '-t'J
A number of persons in our neighborhood, I un .
demand, are taking it for other serious complaints,
wiw very great neoenu r-V: r ": ;' -
I think of going to the South, with my rmiiy, -
sometime this fall, and in case I do, I will proclaim -the
virtues of the Sanative ia that quarter for al-,
though some of the Physicians here are actively.
opposed to it, I do sincerely believe heaved my
wife from an opening grave. -" ..1 ; " T., ,-. ' -
;Jf you think this letter-will eem the public geoe,"
you are at liberty to publish It. - : , -
v. - v itespecttutiy, cc. - 1
' V r H. F. SHERWOOD. :
. froai Ia Brsnsteic AaWt'ser.) -M
One person in our village, who was considered
by hie physician to be in a Consumption, has taken t j
the Sanaice, and ia now well. Another person,
subject tn epileptic fita, has been greatly benrfttsd
by a abort course of this medicine." .1 tiers can be
no question but this medicine, haa performed woo. -
derful coree in a host of cases, and that it is wor
thjrof fenral attention, 'y' - .v j'V'".
B Tbstiiioiit No, 8. 1 ' ' ., ? .
Tie Matchless SaaaWee. Ry an article in our '
paper to-day, it will be seen that this medicine haa --
ost none of ita virtues by crossing the Atlantic
for 1t appears to be working similar cures in Ama- '
rica to those which have astonished fcairope. , , -
Atosfpsj Morning rest. ,
WAR! WAR!t WARM! -V
, r' .BBTWBB - V, .
PHYSICIANS i tbe MATCIILCS3 SANATIVH.,, '
1.' Why are some of the American Physicians
making such strong efforts to PUT DOWN. the.
Matchless Sanative 1 JLt the public answer. . ,
2. Why did the German Physicians at first OP-
POSE Pf. Goelicke, and afterwards acknowledge ,. ""
hini to he a great' benefactor to mankind T boC
no puoiio siiawrr. . . ,. ri ... . ,ty .
8. What medicine HAS cured, IS curing, and
WILL cure t . Let facts answer. , - '
4. What kiod of apple trees are SIGNED and
CLUBBED t.'LM farmere answer.1 .7
6. Why are physicians constantly TELTING- -
the Ssnative and saying nothing against OTHER '
metlicines T Let their day-book aiis-ver.
6. How did Dr. Adams attempt to convinco Mr. .
Webster, who had bought a phial of the Sanative ;
for a member of bis family; that it was a I) AN GEtJ
KOUS medicine T ;Xet one of Ibe daily napera
answer. I he recent exnerimonl which Dr. Adams
tried with the Matchless Sanative jn giving a largo - :
dose to a dog without killing htm, clearly prove
that the Sanative was made to CURE and not to -KILLm
v. -- . .
-7. Whv do some mWieians SECRETLY buv
the Sanative and MIX it with their own medicines,
which they nse in their daily practice T - Answer
that they may have the CREDIT of the CURES.
8. W by is a nek young man belonging to ooa
of the first fsmilies in Boston, now using the Sana-
live without lettingths attending physician KlNOW
it T . The recovery of hia HEALTH wdl shortly
newer. ' . . .
6. Whv are nhvsioians trvinr to Dersuadeasents
to give tip SELLING the Sanative! - Answer-
they known, if it should be Tor sale in every town
in America, thev would be obliged to resort to
10. Whv will the Matchless Sanative soon be
the ON Li medicine used throughout the world T
Let PHYSICIANS answer.
II." Why did a certain physician trytoHIRB -----
an Editor of a paper to write againatlbe Sanativef '
Irft his UU.NSCIKNCL answer.
' The alraye precious medicine (the original disco -very
of Dr. LOUIS O. GOELICKE, of Germs- i
ny,) is for sale, wholesale and retail, in Boston, by ,
P. 8. ROWLAND, General American Agent for ' !
tbd disrovcrer, where mimeroue letters, certifying "
the good effects of tha medicine, may be seen.
Also, for fale by retail, in most of the towns ia
OST In places where there ia no Agent, the poet. -
master 0 any Storekeeper who shall write to the
General Agent al Boston, will immediately be ap- , -pointed
For tale at the Post Office, FallsUncnt :
Iredell county, X. C. - ' -
JNO. YOUNG, Agent.
August 17, 1838. tTm . -
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