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MHrt:N fr !' KMl'Wi,
Viwsj the thniknm lAlrtmry Juuruul. "
I"OETRY OF NATURE.
Nature bath eeboe that may fill'
11 heart with aadneaa, or may thrill
With fcwiM of Urf ; rb brM
That wanton 'mid tit whispering tree,
Htirring liteir leave;
TUl passes with a lightsome winy
0"t laughing brook and purling spring,
Or lighily weave
lit ptb 0t rly flow r among, .
Corn Udea to m 7 tart with ig.
Bo balh iL eaU and stilly boor
Hweot Powy ' bewitching power,
When Meditation from her evil,
Ttta arnaiv otusingt of her eliell '
And with intls sympathy
Couvs o'er the fount of memory,
Or aoftly break
'Neetb IWy s quickening control
la shad or sunshine a'er ibe auul.
Nor etiiwtwlsy io air a Ion ;
Ksrtb baltt her oorda of silvery lane,
Tint to lb brightly glancing eye
Of Oenluf wait la melody,
..lo the BbM buh
Of Summer woods and shsding bowers,
Or dewy eupe of bursting flowers;
And in Uie g uah
- Of purling Mroauta who cadwnc thrill -'
The ear among her breezy bill.
And Ocean balb Iter lyre of da-p
Or genii tone, ae tempest sweep
It be "ins bnenn into torge, .
And o'er Uiejwrk iu Uillowa urge
- Of Summer trphyrs gently wek
, The silver created wsvrs that break.
- And playful spring
la dtllianct on tit sounding atrand,
And murmur o'er the polished aand.
But loftier strains than breathe on eartli
Among tit dreamy atar have birth,
And softer than the aephyr' play
lit .cadence of lb beavonly ley ;
.1 Warmed by Uteepell
That from eecb etarry lyre awake,
Enraptured f'ba-bue blushing break
Ilia voieele ehell;
While Contemplation sit and ainga
HUT auul away to uewleaa strings.
SCItJl P s
Ah American Jwlgt.Tn be not, with hia
hat on, a cigar in hia mouth, hi arm folded, and
hi fool over the tail, looking aa aour aa an unripe
k'uvxw u Bring up tbera culprit;" aaid be, and
wlicn they were brought up, bo told 'em it waa
acandaloua, and only lit for English ami ignorant
foreignera, that ail in the outer porch of darkneee,
and not high uiihM, intelligent Americana.
f Too are a tliagrace," aaid be, " to our great nation
and 1 hope 1 ehall not bear lite like of it again. If
I do. Ill put you on your trial aa ure aa yu are
)oni " 1 hope may be akiuned alive by wild cat
if I don I. nam aiiek.
Proof ikat a t it drad. A anbecrilier to one
ofllid tatern'pperTnuw yoara ago, being aaJ
y in arreara (or the Nine, promiaed the editor that
if hia life waa apared to a certain day, be wuuld,
without fail, discharge hia bill. The day pained
and Ibe bill waa not paid. . i be natural concluaion
therefore waa, that the man waa dead abenlutely
oVfunct. Proceeding oo thi conclusion, the edi
tor, in the neit paper, placed the, name of the de
-- linquent under the obituary head, with the attend
. m . aa era..
ing circumstance oi nine ana piece, i reity m
after thia announcement, the aubitct of it appeared
to Ibe editpr J out with the pale and ghastly coun
tenance usually ascribed lo apparitions but with
face aa red a acartet. Neither did it, like other
.. apparitions, wait to be first spoken to, but broke si
tence with ' What the devil, air, did you mean by
publuhing roy death V Why," air, the aame that
I meaa wheu I publish the death of any other per
son, via: to let the world know that you were dead.'
WeR, but II! bo c-a-d if I am dead ! ' Not
dead i then (t'a your own fault, (or you told me you
would positively pay your bill by auch a day, if you
I: I .11 iL.i 'Pi.. J-- A .1 kill
II TQM llll lust num. a ur aj tm pvavm, iiiq uiii i
not paid, and you positively must be dead for
will not believe you would forfeit your word t 0
-no'--I aee ytm have gtitarounJ wvwM niEdtiet -
. but aay do more about it here a the, money. And,
; harkee, you wag, just contradict m death next
- - week, will you I' O certainly, air, just to please
oo though, upon my word, 1 can't help thinking
you died at the time spcci6ed, and that you have
merely come back to pay thia bill, on account of
your triendahip to ate.'
The appearance of Victoria,-or Vic, aa aha is
farmmarly termed in England, la not remarkably
prepoMMeing, though he ia by no mean ugly.
bit ia quite email io stature, light completion, blue
wear her hair a la Grtcqut, and dree-
ae with great aimplicity. Her form i spu re, and
lace rather distinguished for want of animation
than otherwise. Owing to a slight dt foct, her up
per lip ia contracted, o aa to expose her teeth, even
when not smiling or talking thia delect, however,
j but little not ic4, as U ha been adopted, of course
in compliment to Victoria, by all the ladies at Court,
aud indeed by Lnghsh femalea generally,
Arabians and Antiquities. During (lie emise
of tbe Constitution along the Mediterranean, for
the object of improving the breed of animate al
home, lom. fclliot procured a small slock of supe
rinr Arabian and AndulusiaQ horses, and extru si
led jennies and jacka of marked beauty, and of the
beat blood of the country, They were obtained
with great difficulty and brought home at much
hnzaftl; but all thia yielded to the benefit which
the country would derive by their introduction in
lethe United Stales. The commodore has also
brought with bim a few of the broad tailed Syrian
eheep, valued for their quality of mutton .and their
quantity of fleece. In addition to these, he haa
orr.e valuable wheat and grass seed, tho introduc
tion of which wil( doubtless turn Out of important
X use to the (arming interests at home.
The antiquarian aocietie will feel obliged lo the
Commodore for the rare antiquitie and oumeroua
ancient coin which he ha been at the trouble of
collecting abroad, and intended for the different
public institution a.t home. Boston TravtUer.
VHslJ.rut.i.- JuU," u4 a ratffol MUr,!
oWl iv coo.m r.innW borer too n.aoy ooe-1
. . .......... .i
you know they Imve hay." "icto, mur, iu imi giii-iiMi.v r . - - - ,
John, moving toward the Urn, And hark Commenced r.o-cking the , litre k,d..,of na
John don"! aire them to iimrh kaf i )ou k..w tore, rKeiabl, a.ii.iwl aiJ imnrra . ainl, Mh the
they he ou'i.
li i Lnnwn ilia f 'miili 1U
' '"i ' ..
m .urn., -...-".")
eimniM-ef and that Ilia enmity
WJ lo lit a. lioi-U..
,M.tr.ef ill. Uflrr,
bv the former, of the nnnciixi
eliruHiffh e fuw miiwtr rvwMiona mill LrUniceil to
lh Maclfan. Of their rancor lowanie (he aup
plarrier of I heir race, the following anecdote aflorde
an imrfeor I A emreUe Macb-an wne, hj rlun
dav aeeoinff, aitiing io bia alltow rhair, aiiU Imar
ing In grandeon read the UiAe. I It buy roaa ol
lh proixniy of Job in hi latter day a.
mIm bad hiortoen IhouMnd aheep, aeeen Hum.
aand onto, and two tbouaarKi camel. M bliow me
lh bible, buy !" eaid Maclean, at lit Ut word,
which waa pronounced emctly a tliey prrmouncta
the name f th Campbell. Tbn bibla waa ebrtwn
bim. t, a, m, a, I, a Cawmele! the deil laha
lh printer ! Ibat could never be in the bible j f..r gin
ba had lb balf o' that cawmele, lh never an
oi or a eheep they'd k-ft bim." Tkt Colonist.
Tl article publiehed below, concerning the new
and popular doctrine adrauced by lit illmrtriou
(Joelicke of Germany,' cannot fail of eiciting a deep
and thrilling interval thriHigliout our country
ITrawlated Iroin lite Genua n
LOUIS OFFO.N GOELICKK,
TSe greatest of human lienejactun.
Cilittiu of Sorik and Svutk 'A'eMrifa.
To Loi-ia Orro.i Uoklickb, M. I)., (Eur,)
llMiira the iinueruhabla honor of adduiff a kcw
and Mu ion ixatbinb to the Hcience of Mtli
cine a doctrine which, though vehemently op
poaed by many ol the faculty, (of which Iw i a
aluable member,) he prov to be aa well lounued
in truth a any doctrine of Holy Vii d.ictnitf
poo the verily of which ar aumJemlod lh live
. . . ...
ol milium of our raca, and whicb he boldly cnai
tengre hia oppoaera lo refute, vli i Loniumjrtton u
ditto always of rationed by a disordered Hate
of Vis Vila (or Lift Principle) of tkt kuman
bod : OZT often tecrttlji lurking in the system for
years before then it, tkt least complaint of Ike
tungiStund which may be as certainly, though
not to quickly, cured, as a common cola or a simple
radache. An invaluably precious doctrine this,
aa it imarts sn important lesson lo the apiarently
keatky of both aexea, teaching them that this in-
aidioua foe may be an unobserved inmate of then
clayey houses even while they imagine them-
fives secure from it attacks, teaching lliein that
TI1K IJREAT IN TIIK ART Or
'RESERVING HEALTH 13 to PLUCK OUT
THE DISEASE WHILE IN TIIK IILADE,
AND NOT WAIT till tiik FULL GROWN
Thi illustrious benefactor of man is also entitled
lo your unfuigned gratitude, a ltd the grotitudo of a
world, for lite luvenlioo ot his alA I LIIL1.S3 BA
NATIVE, whoae heulmg fut may justly cluim
for it auch a title, since it has so eigually triumph
ed ovr 'our great juramon cnuiiy yjLO.N
SUMf'TfON', both in tlio first aitd iast atngesT a
inedicinu which has thoroughly filh d the vacuum
in the Materia Medica, ami thereby proved itMilf
the CoKuctiaoi or riivsiciAns a medicine, lor
which all mankind will have ahunduni cause lo hloss
tho bonelicent hand of a kind Providence, medi
cine, whose wondrous virtues have bcuu so glow
ingly portrayed even by some of our clergy, in
their pastoral visits to the aick chamber ; by which
mean they olleo become the happy instrument ol
cuanuinff dt'sitoudency into hoiie, sic kites into
health, and sadness ot friends into jo) fulness.
GOEUCKFTS MATCHLESS SANATIVE,
medicine of. more value to tnan than the vaat
mine of Austria, or even the united treasures of
our glube, a medicine, which t obtained equally
ftom the vegetable, animal and mineral kingdoms,
and thu posse site a thbee-fold power, a niodi
cirter which, though designed aa a remedy for con
sumption solely, ia possessed of a mysterious influ
ence over many disease of the human system, a
medicine which begin lo be valued by Physicians,
who are daily witnessing its aalomshiug cures ol
nmny whom they had- resigned loth grasp of the
DOSE of the Sanative, for adults, one drop ; for
children, a Half drop; and for infant, a quarter
drop ; the direction explaining the inuuner of ta
king a ball or quarter drop.
raica I lire anuoue-tniru nx dollar (ev.ou;
I mi I . I ' t aa as, s r m n
A brief history of the immortal Experimenter,
who ha ancrifced a large property and nearly six
years of mental and bodily toil upon the altar of
human benevolence, must be fraught with thrilling
interest lo Ihe Western aa well aa hastern World,
He i a kinsman of Dr. Andhkw Offoh Gok
lickk, the well known author of the "Hisioria
Medicinie Universalis," who gained a great reitu
tatioo throughout Germany, in the commencement
of the last century, by zealously advocating the
doctrines of the ercenrrio Dr. St a it l. Having
lost hia father by Consumption, Goelicke was left
with a large estate, fortunate for us, and fortu
nate fur generations yet unborn, hia polar atar was
tho good of hi follow men, and he " vowed, m
the name of the Being who made him, that he
would spend hi last shilling end hie life with it,
ere he would atop abort of the discovery of the
Caen and Craa of that dreadful disease whicb
had torn from him a beloved parent.1
The. lofty spirit of Goelicke was chafed by ihe
too just reproach cast upou the healing art, lhat
M it imbecility and ignorance serve but to court
and foster disease," and his aspiring soul would
not permit him to grovel on with the great mass of
physiciune, in the dim twilight of medical knowl
edge. M What P said he, baa the God of nature
been more provident for the earthly reptile that
crawl at our feet, than for Ihe noblest of hi crea
tion, Man I Haa he not kindly provided an anti
dot to the
maladiea even of the kateful toad, in
the very leaf that waa designed as its shelter from
f Ka atfhrmf Dnnt w thn. iinrvliUlalw rh.in nil
. ker wilh a yA or FoieirT I Heaven forbid! "
I A Germao coin, value 75 eent.
J .. f .!. iJ Miill.wvrveworiiuitoil a blil eiilmikca
Bring fully of tUe aaUunc d i
reign remedy hr C.-MWii.ptM.n, ll.cn uiNliscoverml,
" . ..i..l.,.,l,r biuI enter nienter
key ctH-Mtmiry in nana,
tiut ol (Mir Iruite l.iit..-, llu lUi cbemwl
1 i it ... ...i.. iI.m iin.i-r 1'i.nrli I ai.u .
Utere, duectrd bv the U.e.t i.ijrmiei . v.-.
ver, obtained fr.m.NaTt.1.'. ilioiuaCMT
- . . . . .i !. . I
bia MmIcIiUmu) Hariative
Dr. IUaa!i Ethvllh, and two other of our
mol einineot physician (wb-e lesliiiHsiial will
be f.tumi annexed la this pro-clu) puhlii'ly
knowledge its mighiy ehVscy in curing out only
Cotwimpti.in,bul miter 6-arful maladies which lltey
have berelofore believed inrurable. Tltey fiankly
CiHifi s,ihat It is tbe most unaccountable in its aclio
of any ndwin ever yet piepred by human haml.
both ia the demand for this mighty health re
torer in Germany, that Mr. Anthony S'rumrr,
on if our booksellers, aolil, in one month, 1 17
phials, ling more (ban six packages Mr. E. I.
Manhattan, 124 ; Mr. James Sevier, inn kee,s:r,
1 03 : and hot a sioul aireul, who baa made return
i f money lo lh diHwitiry, ha sold less ll'in 100
per month, since he receive: hi appointment.
Ao jUMitialKio ot geollemen, Willi .nr. puunm-
tan at it liead, and comprising twenty agents, recent.
Iv oflered Gorlicke eiO.OOOf.r the osioi.oaL um irit
for preparing lit tinalive, but litis wss rrfuta d.
Mr. Maiihullan Ims cause lo priau tin mcnirine,
since on of bis daughter, whom Dr. Van Gsutl ,
attended iu a long aickness, and whom he arktiowl. I
dued to be in a "confirmed ciMisiimpiioii, lis !
been iMufi'cllv cured bv usinf only " three quarter
of a phial." Also, a yitung man, who was lor roe r
ly a clerk in hi store, and who had, lor several
vears. been sohiwt to fits, was restored to uuinler
rupltd health, oo Isking leu than kalf o phial.
Keveral other very important cuir have been die-
interestedly reported to the public by the berore
named physicians, sinre their conversion lo the Vis
Vita; doctrine, aa will be seen by their annexed les-
Of OMiet medicinea before the public, the patient
is directed to M take five or ux boltl, and if these
do not cure, persevere in the use of ten, or even
fifteen ;" but not so with the Matchles Kar jlive.
ll is here worthy of remark, that in almost eve.
ry instance where cure have been wrought by thu
remedy, lets than a phial ha removed the disease
and, in no caee, whether resulting fatally or suc
cessfully, haa a patient used two whole phials.
The Sanative is above all estimate, as a general
preventive of contaciois piseasm, and by many
it is said to be a never-failing antidote, though the
luvrntor does not clothe it with auch infallibility.
Masters of vessels, who may worn lo furnish
themselves and their crews, each with a phial ol it,
can obtain lh article of my agent ; at per cent,
discount by the package.
All persons who live in unhealthy climates,
whether hot or cold, all opernlivesand other coo
nected with manufactories, and all who lead seden
tary and inactive live, are exposed lo various in
aidioua maladiea, which msy be silently preying
upon meir coimiiiiiikki wnue tneir couiiieuance .j f Matchles Sanative ia indeed what tl proles,
wear the glow of health, aud while tltey " suspect e , b81 efWtual and valuable medicine, wor
no danger nigh" maladies which an occasional i (IV , w.rjou.i attention of every cousumplive per-
use of the &tualive would check in the bud.
The patient, while using ibis medicine, ahotild
eat and drink (in kind, not quantity) whatever the
AfrxjiTK Uirlutea. ami iMl-uej:Qiupcuca lu-iorcu -...DAVID-S. ROWLAND, (M Geoeral Amert
dowu, against nature, every medley which tho ton- can Agent for this mighiy medicine, (invented by
derest Iriends aud kindest nurses often imprudeutly ,h i,n(nortal (ioelicke of Germany,) ha great
recommend. j pleasure in publishing the following highly impor-
NATURE IS TIIK GREAT PHYSICIAN, j taut letter from a respectable gentleman in New
(the doctor and nurse only her servant;) and il ; York, which he hat received, with many other
we would profit by her advice, we must adhere
strictly to her infallible) recipe. If she order for
the patient water, porter, or ecV, obey ker ; if she
direct fih, fow l, eggs, or a beef steak, regard ker
voice, la other words, the patient should eat and
drum whatever nis appetite crates, tm loriieitins
to be " temperate in all things."
in burning fevers, mock not the patient s instinc-
live call for cooling drink, by simpfy moistening (!)
hi .are hod lips ; but place tty his bed-side a ve.
sel of water, put into hi hind a cup, end let him
slake his thirst at pleasure. "This is reason ; this
is common sense ; this i nature.
TO AGENTS. The General Agent for the
Matchless Sanative, in the Western Hemisphere, ia
Dr. DAVID S. ROWLAND, Boston, in the an
cient Stale of Massachisbtts, Nokth Ambbica.
To prevent any attempt hi counterfeiting, the direc-
lions accompanying each package will contain a
private check mark, made known to the general
agent ia Oust on, who ia duly authorized lo employ
an inspecting agent, at the expense of the deposi
tory, to visit occasionally the aub-agmit in the de
ferent sections of the country. ,
It waa deemed absolutely necessary by the in
ventor, that the general agent in America, should
be a gentleman acquainted wilh medicine; but
whilu aaid agent ha power to create additional
agencies, in any town or city whenever he shall
think proper, he ha it in charge not to appoint ei
titer druggists or apothecaries aa agents, and con
sequently thia n ediciue will not be for sale at their
A Goelicke doe not wish tho reputation of this
remedy in America to depend upon the canes here
in reported, but. upon its own merit alone, he is
perfectly willing, nay, he asks it as a fator, that
publishers nf newpptipers, throughout the whole
country, will throw open their column lo PHYSI
CIANS, for the free admission of alt their argu
mentative communications (over real names) which
they niajLpller against the validity of the new doc
probably prefer to make actual trial of its worth,
m'her than rely upon what may be aaid of it, ei
ther by il Iriend or ita foe. Not being at all de
sirous of a certificate reputation abroad, the in
ventor would not have consented that lh following
case should have been published, had not the an.,
ncxed testimonial, which corroborates the facts,
have been so kindly and unsoliciledly presented to
him, by three of our most distinguished physician,
who were, till very recently, his bitterest oppo
ses. Having designed hia medicine aa an aoti
dote to only one disease, he could not have believed
that it poesetwea auch a controlling power over the
human system, were not the cases nere given, at
tested tq by gentlemen, who were individually
knowing to tbe facts, and whose veracity no one
will presume to call in question, via : .28 of Incipi
ent and Confirmed Consumption; 6 Paiaey; 13
Fits; 21 Venereal; 5 Dropsy; 3 Insanity ; 1
Emaciation ; 15 Indigestion ; 7 Pleuriay ; 3 Gout ;
14 Pilea; 0 Dysentery ;' 6 Gravel and Stranguary ;
5 Kheunutlieint 5 Fii (.'omi'laiot I
'.' IVihrlr J
7 lUkelat 12
1......!!.! 1 rartial lrliie-
bun. t 19 Veri-KoanJ llradwh 12 Umt S?-
burnt s aH'K
K.ilo imI iK-UiUiy ;
A Ijeer Complaint .uiion
' i . . . n..
f Iha Kv I 0 f - Anily Fir- 10 D.elurbed
kL Jd Wa.chini! I Cairw I 1 1 Kmgworrru.
0 Wind in rilmnach ami
M I M.r.ul I i'Vl'r sole I
- , Jrilie , !0 Night barala $
I J- I M",U ' Jj 4 c.rb.
'"i . . . t - i
:.i and I'.ii.itled r 'act I kTy fl Tie l-
hMin.ut 11'oia.Htedj 4H.ckisa in I'reg.-iicy
a Tun and many dimcult (emab coinainl $
Usides numerics easee of Humora, Fevers, W.
in --.a .h.Mii the Huitalive shall save from
lhreale..in2 d.aease, are particularly desired to
coiiiu.unicie their eaatt (post PJ)
t t t t.t ft
AferlifMi from three mem be re of I he MEDL
CAL PROFUSION, iu (Jermany.io Europe.
We. lb undersigned, practitiooer of medicine
in Germany, are well aware that, by our course,
we may forh-il lha friendship of ome of lite btcul
iv hut not of its benevolent member, who are
uiiinll'M'iieed by wluh oiotive. Iliough w shall
rrtram frimi an exitreasioo of our opinion, either ol
the aoondne or unsouitdnew of Dr. Goolicke'
nr doctrine, w are hapjiy to aay thai we deem
Ins Smiiniiv loo valuaLU not lo be geneully known
for what our ejee behokl and our ears (tear, we
. , udieve.
y fon-Uv sinte, that when Dr. Louia OfKni
(Jotlicke first came before the German public, as
,1.-,1,,.,l discoverer of a new doctrine and a
M.W imdiciiie. we held hi in in tire highest contempt
believing and openly pronouncing bun to be base
i.npostur ami the prince of quacks Hut, oo bear
ing i much said uhout the Hanative, against it and
fur it, we were induced, from motive of curiosity
merely, to muke trial of it reputed virtue upon a
number of our most hopeless patient; and we now
deem il our bounden duty (even at the expense of
our st'lf-interf-! ) publicly to acknowledge it efhra
rv in ruiinz not only consumption, but other fear
ful malndie, which we have heretofore believed tt
be incurable. Our conteuitt for the discoverer of
this medicine was at once swallowed up iu our ut
ler astonishment al then unexpected result ; and
as amend for our abuse of him, we do-frankly cop
fi-as to the world, thai we believe him a philanthro
pist, who doea honor to the profession and to our
country, which save him birth
The recent adoption of this medicine inlo some
of our European hoepilal ia a aullitienl guaranty
ihnl it performs all it promise. II needed not ou
testimony, for wherever it is used, it is it own best
HERMAN ETMULLF.R, M. D.
WALTER VAN GAULT, M. D.
ADOLPHUS WERNER, M. D.
Qormany, Due. 10, lb30.
It appeara by the following information given
0 tie public by Dr. Rowland, lhat the much talk'
on and the aiclr generally.)
f a limilar character alw very interesting intel
ligence from several of hi Agent, a will be aeen
below which, together with the certificate Iroro
three eminent German physicians, must forever e
lablib the character of the Sanative a being with
out a parallel in the hictory nf medicine.
Testimony No. 1.
A Letter from II. F. Shtncood, Esq., of Sew York.
t t t t t t t
New Ton, OcU 9,1837.
Da. D. S. Rowland, Sir : About the middle
of July last, I accidenlly noticed io a newspaper
Ihe advertisement of the" Matchless Sanalive, lor
which I perceived you were agent, and which pro
fessed to be a sovereign remedv fur Consumntion.
As my wfe was then fast wasting away with thi
dreadiul disease, and a our lamily physician waa
daily and anxiously endeavoring In restore ber to
heahh without success, 1 atepped over lo hie bouse,
and asked him if he had any object ions to her taking
thia medicine. He replied Ibat M he was perfectly
willimr Mrs. Sherwood should take lhat a, iiw
other medicine the might chooee, but be thought
it could do ber no good, aa ker lungs were rapidly
consuming, and no kuman means could saoe ker.
Still, the Sanative, being recommended by three
physicians who had used it io their practice, ahe
concluded to give it a trial. I eent and porchaaed
a phial, which she commenced taking three time
a day, giving free indulgence to her appetite ac
cording to the direction. By pursuing thi course,
she suffered considerably for Ike first eight or tea
days, but waa shortly able to eat and drink freely,
withoul the least inconvenience..
Within four weeki from her firt usjng the me.
dicine, her feeble health and wasted form began' to
put on new strength, and she haa been gaining from
day lo day until the "present moment, to the utter
astonishment of our family physician and friend.
She is now enjoying a comfortable (though not oer.
feet) state of health, is able to be about house aod
Mr. Sherwood aod myself are both fully of opin-
I. ami ar Mr- all v Ihj-. Lnif ha an - iatwL ill I
" "' w BtiPBj ut,) aJIIIRI IIUItI tz ILWWTi
mat sne owes her life to the Sanative alone and
as there are probably many consumptive persons
in the United States, who have not yet heard of
mi medicine, measures ought speedily to be adopt
ed to have it more generally known.
. A number of person in our neighborhood, I un
derstand, are taking it for other aerious complaints,
with very great benefit. .
I think of going to the South, with my family,
sometime this fall, and incase I do, I will proclaim
the virtue of the Sanative io that quarter ; for al
though anme of the Phyaiciana here are actively
opposed to it, I do aincerely believe it aaved my
wife from an npenine grave.
Il you think thi letter will aerve the public good,
jini io ail liuiiy IO puoilSO It.
H. F. SHERWOOD.
; Testtmost No. 2.
Prrnn the Brunswick AdgertiserA V '
u One person in our village, who waa cooskiered
y his ih)ii inn to Ut in (iuiiii,4ak, . ,
lit Sanutirt, ami m now wolL, Aootln, pu"
solgwt bt epilell0 fil, has betm grri L,y
by a short tour 4 Ibis medicine. Theis .'.'
. .. i ... .!.:- i...: i r .
no nuesiKHi oui tow iuixih-uiw iuw pr-riortittj .
or Jul cure in Ikm of cases, and t!i ,i u . .
thy of generul attention. j
I rsriMoay jo. 3.
Tit MaickUss Sanative. Uy an irtkCi 1
Ciper lo-dy, it will be en that Ibis mediciu,
t none of it virtue by crossing tU AtUw,
lor it appear to i woramg aimuarcure ia
nca to IbuM which have astonished FimM.
WAttl WAttll WAttlll
PHYSICIANS 4 tU MATCHLES3 HANATlVf
1.' Why are mm of the American PnvitruJ
making auch troojf efforta to PUT DOW.M
Matchlcsa Hanaiive 4 . lite public answer, t
3. Why did the Germao Physicians at fir: n
POSE Dr. Goelicke, and afterwards ackaowkMr'
him lo bo great bem factor lo mankind t I
the public answer. I
3. ultnt ntedicitto IMS cured, 19 curuiv.tw
WILL cure! Let fuel anawer
4. What kind of apple tree are STONED aw
CLl'RREDf Jx;t tinner aner. i
8. Why are ohyncian cooatanlly PELTIXC?
ibe Sanative and saying iKMhing against 0THE1
medicine T Lei their day-book eMMTer. '
0. How did Dr. Adam attempt lo Convior k,
Webster, who bad bought a phial of the Ssnaim
for a member of hi dimly, that it waa DANCfJ
ROUS medicine T Iet one of lite daily p,'
answer. ' I ho rrcein experimeni which vt. AW
Iriod with lha Matchli at Banative in giving ikv.!
dose lo a dog without killing km, clearly am
that the Sanative waa made lo CURE and ft ,t
7. Why do some physician SECRETLY hp'
the Sanative and MIX il with their owq mediriaali
which they use in their daily practice T Aa.;
that the may have the CREDIT of lha Cl'D :
8. V hy ia a sick young man belonging Is
of the first fsmilie in Boston, now using the lutl
tive without letting the attending physiciaa KXOt ,
it T The recovery of hia HEALTH will aUcV
0. Why are nhyiiciana trying to perwadaieeti
lo give up SELLING the Sanative? Aartw-i
they known, if it should be for aate io every ton
in America, thev would be obliged to resort
)MK trrilEK BUSINESS or else STAIVL!
10. Why will the Malchleea Sanative aooak'
the ONLY medicine used throughout the work"!
Let PHYSICIANS answer.
11. Why did a certain physician IrytoLTllI'
an Editor nf a paper to write against tbe SaosnV
Let hi CONSCIENCE anawer.
Tbe above precious meoVine (the original aW
v kin tni trn
very ol Dr. L.UU13 u. uucL.it.Ki!., oi uerat
ny.i is for sale, wholesale and retail, io Bota,k .
D. S. ROWLAND, General American Agota.r
llie discoverer, where numerous letters, eertifjinj
the good elfoct of the modicine, may be see,
Also, for sale by retail, io roost ol the lowau'
America. . . , j
CCT In placea where there ia oo Agent, the Ptaj
master or any Storekeeper who ehall writ talk
I fetter! Agent at Boston, will immediately be
pointed aa agent.
1 Washington Street.
TO Tllli P13H11C
THERE cam inlo thi neighborhood aome (oar
live year since, a colored man, who call kiasi'
WALKEM uUADELOPEAN, says he is a Ire a
a Spaniard by birth, and thai be was bora and iaisii
Mauilla; that he left Manilla while young; UmIb
went on board an American Merchantman, Ut mU
la from II -too, commanded by CapL Cbarle Tijlor,
a cabin boy, that he made several voyage ia tk la
bells, that the vessel was ultimately told ia rioilul
thai CapL Taylor then purchased or cbartired t Wif
io whicb he came to America. That be wti iftemii
employed io different vessels engaged io lh eowu!
trade ; That at length he left that employment la
made his way through the country, from I'hiladeipU
lo Tennessee, and from Tennessee to thi place.
Such i bis narrative u well aa I can undarslioJ lia
lie speaks or pronounce the English laof uft W!
particularly name with which he ia not farad-r.
ia aa uncommoniv small man, being barely nor a
10 inehe high, lie ia of a Very dark copper cok
with fin dark hair, except that which has becom rm
He appear to be between 40 and 60 year of age. Hi
cheek-bone are wide and hi huso rather short, W
leelh are somewhst long, large, and anond. Ha oat
commonly peacasble, guiet. and orderlr in hi top
Uoo." For (he lat two yer, lie Laa Wo ntoK of a
time, ia mv emolovment as a common laborer. U
destitute of education, bul'appear to be possfwr
good natural sense. It mat be, lhat be Is a ! '
is mereiore, insi i maae una puDllcaiion.
CO" Tbe Richmond Enquirer, Nashville Banner, aw
Milledieville Journal, will please insert this thre tiaw
once a week, and forward their respective account!
ine ut-criDer, lor payment, together wito a copy
in paper conuintng lha advertisement.
WM. AiJJKRSPi, r.
Silver Glade, Anderson DiaL 8. C , June 17, 1
T'HE aubscriber. aa Executor of Mra. Saril
Stone, late of Raleigh, deceased, will as"
public auction on M miay and Tuesday the 29tk
and 30th dave of October nii. t ker olaDtiti
about ten miles Eaat of Raleigh, all the ero'
Wheat, Corn and Fodder, and all the stock of E
ses, Cuttle, and Hogs, and the Plantation Vlentk
coniting of Carts, Waggons, Plougks,et.m
on Wedueaday tb 31st of October, at thasuw
rnrA aa. Il ig iVa-ar-OnM k1 sssw -ssasw is tamiA V-J'-l
f,,,,l 9UW IWrWV tWNIflKlllS W HIIU Mmm
forty-aix io number consisting of men, woewi
boy, girls, and children, will be offered for eilt
Tbe negroes will be sold in families, pursuant
the directions of the Witt, - - r
Terms The crop and plantation utensil
be sold on a credit of six month for all eum f
10 for $10 and under, cash. A part of lb'
groes, to the amount of about f5,000, will b
on a credit of 6 months, for notes negotiable
payable at tbe Bank of the State of North Carok
in Raleigh ; aud the balance will be ld oo a ere'
of twelve months, with interest from the date"
03"Rond and satisfactory security will be requii
for the purchase money, before the property
changed. v I). W. ST0N&
Raleiijh, N. C. Sent. 3. 1838. - 1
GocIicke? Jllatchlef SanaUvc
The above medicine is for sabj at the Post OS
Cotton Gtove, Davidson County,
' By JAS. WISEMAN, Agent