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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - July 10, 1846, Indianapolis, Indiana Robbison Lake s buildings up Browning s Wash Hal a teems of subscription. $2 00 por year for a Ingle cd pie if Nii $2,50 if paid Wilikin six months. $3 00 if payment be delayed la the Enid i where five Paraon and pay within tax if subscription for clubs of Twenty each if paid in adv. Clubs of fifty subs. 62 numbers or a y Post office at Al 25 will be supplied wit a counted Fot $40 i terms of advertising. Ims equal to Wenty five i advertise a Epa Yoi n postage. Prosecution of Tuc War. Circum sconces have put in in our Powei says the Washington Union in the Coura of this Day to ascertain some interesting facts touching the state of the army and the plans of the Campaign. Without entering into the details we May state in the general our conscientious belief that the executive is doing its duty doing every thing it can doing it with every degree of Energy by land and sea in order to conduct the present Campaign to its legit a Nate results to bring the enemy to terms and to conquer an honorable and permanent peace. Mexico is Little aware even now even Atter the tremendous defeats which she has sustained at Paio Alto and at Resaca de la Palma of the great resources of our free and enterprising Republic under the auspices of a firm bold and energetic administration. Tho whig opposition who Are in the habit of reviling James k. Polk for the feeble Are profoundly Igno but we do not Assn Praise him. His e yet turned from the actions of the last y. A to appreciate his cd. Their i Justi is that Thi my of ridiculing i if his adminis Ratic a ant of his Conrock be the pen in order to Virgy on the Par which is worthy of the people. General Tayli to the last accounts under his Eagle ands of Volunta Camp. He Wil the enemy s coi surprised to i about who a errors by the w�77 be con ter and to All that we will s. Fill be conducted \ spelled if the Govi he healthy while Grande and Boni shall Pia ther invasion o to the occupy to Cinelly of Calif news of the Wai fit to wage upon Squadron in Thi had according t 8,000 troops eds and thous swore pouring into his soon be in Advance into try and we shall not be if his reaching Monterey Les from Matamoras about the nent of the table Ilion at no Dir soldiers a their armed Able peace i our soil in i Ion our people Day. Rossing Tho Rio i suit of a just Mexico which Writy from fur ire pressing on if Oregon and Espe Ria. By this time Tho which Mexico has seen us May have reached our Pacific. If this be the the Case to suppose that an americ May possibly at this moment by Possession of the principal Harbon fornia. Under these circumstances any nation less infatuated than Mexico would not hesitate to present herself to us in the attitude of peace. But her counsels distracted As Ibey Are seem to be guided by a different spirit and though Gret on son which thus forces us to an Ion of our rights no m it the path of policy is cd r duty to urge our attack every Assai Lable Point Frontier and to compleat As speedily As possible pc the heart of the Mexico Mand and to dictate p of Ca med indican doubt a that it is once upon j mexican reparations country to de ice if need be. The of the. Our within the me capital. From Softli Merica. An arrival at new York last saturday from Montevideo brings later dates from South America. We take the subjoined items from the new York Herald an affair had occurred Between the English and French blockading squadrons which May Lead to something serious. The English merchant Brig Quot Ringdove Quot was lying in a Small port on the coast of Buenos. Ayres taking in cargo supposed out of reach of Tho vessels of War when she was taken As a prize to the blockading Squadron by an English Man of War Schooner and brought to the outer roads of Montevideo where the Admiral s ship was at Anchor. The English Admiral told the commander of the Schooner he had done wrong and ordered him to take the Brig Back and leave her there unmolested. The French Admiral hearing of it and not being willing to submit to such an outrageous proceeding As no vessel under any other Flag would have been allowed such a privilege and if the coast is blockaded to one it must be to All immediately despatched a Man of War Brig to where the vessel had gone took Possession of her and brought her to Montevideo where she together with her cargo consisting of eighty pipes of tallow was condemned and ordered to be sold. The accounts from Buenos Ayres state that there is no Prospect of the difficulties being settled the port was still blockaded and of course no merchantmen were there. The British Brig of War racer a said to have had her mate killed in an encounter Between one of her boats and some people on Shore. Also that the Captain of the French Brig of War Taltique and several of til e Crew were killed in an affair up the Uruguay. Idajo generals. The president has appointed Gen. Zach Aey Taniok major general in the United stnt3s army under the late Law of june 16. Col. Wiliiam 0. Bim be of Kentucky to be major general of the volunteers. Both nominations have Beon confirmed by the Senate. My it excellent news i Ivelean also president has appointed Hon. Thohas l. Waheb of Ohio no my m0cm�vol. I. Indianapolis Friday july 10, 43. Emigration from a rope. Exir acl from a utter to he editor of the Union from Hanover in Germany May 23, 1846. The number of emigrants from Europe to the United states during the present year will amount it is believed to not less than 200,000�?a third More Man Ever embarked in any previous year. The Dublin Post estimates that 30,000 will Avo Ireland alone most of whom Are i Stantial Farmers and that they will Irry with them at least �600,000, or 83,000,000. In England the number will be still larger and confined principally to Farmers who Are frightened by the probable abrogation of the Corn Laws. Many Ilies in affluent circumstances Are also Fourour shores country which for a Long time has been less of Imiri Twenty thousand Pel id Swiss will Emba thousand germans a Tion will sail from by 1 any in sons chiefly French a Tat Havre. Forty the lowest compute Emen three or four nyx ind from thousand from Hamburgh As Rott Cordom and four or five Thi besides the increase of our wealth from this addition to our population by its Industry it carries with it an actual capital exceeding �20,000.000. What higher testimonials Are required of the estimation placed upon our government our institutions and our people than to behold the Bone and sinew the honest yeomanry of Europe seeking an abode where they an safely repose under their own Vine and Fig tree under and among them and Lone to make them afraid at no period four history has Confidence been More unbounded with regard to the durability f the Union and its future magnificent destiny than at this moment in the a ions Powers and Stales of the old world. The the Creed of Tho late Sage of Monticello ill prevail ultimately through Erse. They Are extending As monarchical principles Are i in the English parliament aks universally of the rights and his sentiments Are most distinguished fun speedily As Mon finishing. In Cobden Speaks if the people cheered by the this i general at the Enverl ailment Given by Gen. Tay Lorijo tie members of the Louisiana com tin tree the to slowing incident was men id which we deem worthy of notice. Lieut. Britton of the 7th infantry said that a very Brave Soldier in the ranks was habit of drinking too much. His in remonstrated with him Quot Tom �0 a bold fellow and a Good Soldier u will got Quot colonel Quot replied Tom Quot How can you expect All the Les of the human character combined Jeven dollars a month 1&Quot he pro the health and promotion of the Tom. Bragg of the artillery being 1 for a sentiment gave Quot the a fort Brown Quot and narrated the allowing during the bombardment of fort Brown there was a woman in the fort the wife if one of i in privates who regularly and attentively the whole time plied the men Ith Coffee Ond other refreshments while they plied the mexicans with shot. She Uncle Sam s boys Gunpowder Tea while they helped the mexicans to some grape. Where the shot flew thickest there the and she frequently lit a Soldier s a from an Shell. She is a Colo f posed Gal hint lied tic great preparations Are making in ger any for Tho new York steamers. The King of Hanover is hastening his railroads completion. In twelve months the line from Bremen to Trieste will be finished id branches from it will connect with towns and cities in every direction. Arista Quet to the utter report of the Evan Albir or Matamoras. N the Rancho it May 18, 1846. J North a general has of subsistence of consumed its activity artillery diminished imy has been greatly Ember of pieces and is in such a manner n his fire the City of instantly destroyed. Head q. De la vend division of the chief a the me division being i paralysed and its while that of the Etc eased in Tho n the calibre of his i hat were he to opt Matamoras would be of National rests i have decided a the forces under r e i find myself Sumi Likely obliged to a a h i shall Thi slow i id foreign from it id be mooned and very ate it with Dishonour id for the March drawn by oxen and my object now is those departments sted to me and for in to Post myself at defend the which have Bei that purpose i e Points most convenient and with in of supplies of which i will her r inform your highness though Yoi is seek me by the Road f chit o which h i h Lal Hon Higine that of lir ave referred a it a and i commit is for your info the Slop saved Thi equipage id presi to to v Linfor Cei to the Cong to Pia Securo the Camp ing it in a convenient Pom in the 16 Pounders in tha a hich moreover i will order nent. Mariano Arista. In. Gen. Of to Hulipas. A Sabbath incident. The following is taken from a late number of the new Orleans jeffersonian. Many of Tennessee volunteers no Fine looking men halted yesterday just opposite this office at the Poffi House. In a few moments the polite bar keepers of that establishment tendered them refreshments. A nothing hut ice water to Day Quot said the Captain. Quot we re Way to it will Gladden the heart of Many a fond Mother and Gray haired father in Tennessee to lean that even in this Gay City and amid Thi excitement of the Camp their True hearted on do not forget the lessons of childhood ind the memories of Homo. And after All that is there in glory in Fame or wealth o compare with that luxury of Tho heart which Springs from the conviction that we have performed a duty a a duty dearer and higher because impressed by parental lips and one which oven in the perils the Battle Field quid on the hard and scanty bed of sickness will bring its Consolation when neither the voice of Praise nor the Thunder shout of Victory have Charm of a Pennsy Ivalinn tells of e dog in Philadelphia named Cassio whose exploits Are Tho themes of general conversation. Cassio is known As the Quot fire Man s at an alarm of fire he has been known to run to an engine House and alarm the neighbourhood by Barking. If Tho members did not soon arrive he would and Gen. Pattee Soh of Philadelphia a a Snake for the residence of the one who brigadier generals of the volunteers tin dwelt nearest and arouse him. That will Der he late Lair of coi Igrejas. Do incidents of the army. We copy from Tho Delta of Tho 20th, the following very interesting incidents a Rhea general Ampudia mis called Quot Brave was crossing the Rio Grandi his Retreat on the evening of the 9th of May from Rebacca de la Palma in an open boat and by the Way he was the first that did Cross padre lera priest of Carmargo dashed in behind him. His reverence lost his balance and was precipitated into the when addressing the Brave general he exclaimed Quot help me. General help Leo Ildri lid the be Yankee Yelling hell his Quot a 1 the literal in j pious reply. 1&Quot Quot drown and bed it ral j Quot Don t you see those ids close behind or predation of the Large Athle and being Rythe at Wester having a Frai id to her big generous the favorite of the whole i native of Indiana the attaches to her Newell heart. I army Oubri. Of the an Irish interpreter. A mexican passes through the comp the a Large Jug curiously laced with rips of raw hide suspended on his Back by a Belt running Over his forehead he is crying in his own language Quot milk a group of soldiers Stop Nim and com Tenco Fuying his grateful food. Everything goes Ell As Long As every cupful of milk delivered is promptly responded to by a Lynne. A Soldier that wants milk Atid Cayuse holds out his cup and says in 1 round English Quot or. Mexican let me e some milk and i will pay you in the Mongrel stares eloquently Quot i t understand the Soldier repeats his wish to Purchase presently and pay prospectively. The mexican is 11 staring about for information. A Good inured irishman who distinguished himself by his bravery in the Battle of the 9th, comes to the Relief of the Embarrass id parties. Turning to the Milkman he lays in round hibernian Quot be mixed divil Don t be understand that Jim Fry there wishes to get some milk on a credit be blackguard Quot and Paddy turns on his Heel perfectly satisfied that he has dissipated the matter of difficulty under consideration n. O. Tro capt. Valker. A gentleman from Corpus Christi informs an Eastern editor that capt. Walker of the texan rangers will not accept any Post in the army that his tact lies Iti fighting mexicans by instinct and that the discipline of the regular army would de. Stroy his usefulness. As a scout or Skirmisher to has not a Superior but As o Soldier automaton to be moved by others perhaps his inferiors in spirit or knowledge of Border warfare he would Nevei submit to it. He May feel complimented by this act of the government but his adventurous spirit will never Brook the trammels of the regular Camp. Officers of the last War. The Washington Union publishes at Thi Ime As an interesting reminiscence a lis f the general officers of Tho army Thi United states in 1813, extracted from Thi Register of that year. Death has Laid i powerful hand upon these leaders of Thi last War for out of Twenty two general officers then in service hut one general Cass is now living. Major generals Semy Dearbon t. Pinckney James Wilkinson Wade Hampton Morgan Lewis we. H. Harrison. Brigadier Bloom Field James Winchester William Hull Thomas Flou Ricoy Thomas h. Gushing John Chandler John p. Boyd Thomas Parker George Izard we. H. Winder Duncan Mcarthur Lewis Cass Benjamin Howard David r. Williams Jacob Brown Leonord Covington important movement Amono the jews. A a great meeting of tha jews from All parts of Europe has recently been held m Frankfort Germany in which they voted that there is nothing obligatory Tho use of Tho hebrew in their worship and accordingly that it was Best Lorr it Only in part As a badge of their Natality and a. Band of Union. Also on full discussion that the Messiah is already come the present toleration and Comfort which they now enjoy being what is meant by the promised Messiah. Also that there is nothing to forbid their freely blending with the nations with whom they reside French and English Louis Philippe would be a harmless Man enough on this Side of the Channel. Being gifted with considerable shrewdness he would at once perceive that it is not for courts or cabinets to play with the feelings of the English people. We must have our representatives Good or bad we must enjoy the Freedom of the Tongue we must say what we please and publish what we please discuss anything and everything and that too in any numbers from five Hundred to half a million. Enjoying those privileges we eschew altogether infernal machines barricades and that sort of thing. Occasionally to Bee ourselves submit to great abuses Luse to know but one Way of getting of anything that annoys us and that Way generally requires a considerable length of time to bring us to the Point de ired. We convince instead of killing the opposite Porty. We assail them with the artillery of Public opinion to thrust out towards them the ugly i isms we bring them a argument. Irtys fancy Noral and world. To 1 much Lowe Quot they Call i yet the hat it is the intellectual puzzles of Sylle in by Force it French Somi ideas round the n they attribute and Milf s among Trade anxiety c that Duce Stai of it r Frendo is. Would not nor la a her the and v the fair printed c e statesmen too and t to be lectured by dreary Doc h As elaborate faustian for the Chambers. Look at the two and the two Peoples i in Franco author a meddles with everything in England. Never shows itself if it can help in so that a foreigner might almost imagine we had no government at All. Authority was so modest As it is in England. It conceals itself behind a thousand pretences rather than come Forward and con Ivi Leges of the subject. In France the people cannot make a but the government will immediately have a hand in it. In England scarcely my stress of circumstances can compel the government to invade the domains of private speculation. We draw an almost impossible line Between Public and private business and confiding the one to the care of our rulers forbid them to meddle with anything else. They know also and of Rve the limits of their duty. They de stand what the Public in a tact which w 1 if it were not i they generally Cong a Shock betwee of manily and the Sci blessed product f the cts of them uld excite and ery Day wit a ests of go singular in i gave him an acc k mentions and i pro which have taken i Quarter of a listened to i and i believe for a consider the thames marked me Down As a no indeed i had the annoy family laughing and Tal i was in bed saying in what n lie i a Road or pie coaches and anime ing Over them we Are h i Rcd lift. It of the 1 Mients in a e within to Century in England e with profound Atti be did not doubt m Able time until i Mei Tunnel then i Thi word toned a h. Teller nth word being doubled that i Billet so s in Spain. Be of Gabou vanish Quot my Eye in water for peo and vessels Sai it fools to believe led my left Yei a bashful Man. Of All Tho fools in the world,.the being we term a bashful Man is surely the greatest. He is so under any circumstances but More particularly in regard to love and its relations. He does not speak to a Friend for fear of giving offence or lest he should be deemed bold and impertinent. His eyes Are Ever cast Down to the Earth fearful lest he should be punished by having his glance Mot by another. In society be is in Purgatory he plays with his hands and Biles his nails buttons and unbutton his pockets looks every three minutes at his watch and really appears to be waiting an exit at the old Bailey. If he is spoken to to feels As Jonathan has it quite All Verish old people wonder at his so Range behaviour the Young quiz him and children make grimaces and laugh outright. In the Street his pathway is through dark alleys and narrow lanes even in the Solitude of a crowd he feels himself far from Home. His Only approach to happiness is when he can retire to his dark solitary room lock the door and even prohibit the cat an Entrance. The poor creature is rather a Favourite with the girls inasmuch Asho is to them an unceasing object of fun. He would however Ai soon think of exhibiting himself in a pulpit As of courting their company or speaking to them without being spoken to. If he happens to fall in love As these unfed Tunales generally do he Mokes himself More ridiculous than the ass in the fall for although a bundle of Hoy or one object engages his attention he would As soon Dore approach her As he would a drop he Dilly dallies hangs about the Sweet girl As a Mist does round a Mountain but Dis appears with All convenient Speed if that Sun of his Hopes rises to approach him he is a fairy treasure which May not be gazed upon a sol Tarius whom no one May come near. Such Reader Are a Fei though a very few of the characteristic of a bashful Man. Believe Roe they Aro just 1 have been silting for my own to trait in to. Law Gane. A new and valuable Taw Book. At Kea l Lse on Llie Law i claiming 10 the ii acre and duties of jus Licca of the l4ce and con fables and on All actions Coon Zabloc in Jii spices Conns in the Sale of Indiana Wilh Pra Chicol Oram &c., by w. W. Wick and l. Dor Bozir allot cys Al Law. Iusi published and for Sile by c. B. A Avis and 29-3in w. A. Day amp co. Indian Rolls , it b. 17, 1840. Glm men a have looked Brough the volume you ten me. Of a Iralise on Llie in i Chtive to the Powers and duties of justices of the Prace Neil constables in actions cognizable in Juan ices court in the Sia Leof Indiana by w. W. W ick and a Darbour and am very forcibly impressed with Ita of general correctness and consequent value to the Public and to specially Wilh that portion of in that treats of the operation of our Relief Laws upon contracts and the bearing of the decisions of court of the Unile Stales Uwin thai import land question in which i fully concur Wilh the anchors of Oil work i shall place it in Ray Library for reference is being one o the very Best works of Tho kind yet i Melishen. Very truly o. Ii. Jimi. Messes. Divis 4, Day published. . Hatch i6 a 8j6. Messes. Dives i Dav Oral irm. I have Curso. Rily looked through the treatise by Wick and i in Bour Juet published by you in relation to the Powers a duties of justices of the Iii cd and coast Niles a a a by of Mailer falling scope of such a work. Tic in Wilh clearness and Mccu race the citations Are numeruu.-, and the order and method of Ibe whole work Are Etc Coli it. In Zannol bul prove a instructor for All Sulci Ollices an economical guide to every Man of Bui iness and even the practical Allor Noy will firn loud Liis labors abridged by giving in a Dace in his lib Inry in richly deserves and i Popeil Wal Receiva Liberal Palm Snage. Yours very truly Jas. . Inoia Narolis March 9th, Isiu. Geri Liemen Kaspe Cliff the it disc of . Wick and Barbour real tin to the Powers and do lies of jul slices of the place and constables i am of opinion that it is a most valuable work and should be in the hands of every Justice in Indiana and that Jii classes of our citizens would be much profiled by 1 careful perusal of in. The Utility of the Book will be More apparent to is Well on account of Tho great number ind variety of indispensable forms is of the Lory and other references hard new Sukino goods. Ryphe subscriber Nas just received Diri cd front the i. Eisl a now and Spring am summer goods. Late a Lyles of fancy eods Avo Cen selected with great care amongst which will to Winnd English French and american print Singh ims and Gingham lawns figured Law Sanwick to. A j. I Eck. Inv t. Isic 33w8 Beh Iiydio elsewhere 1 her references bund. Iii Cating the Whol. Lass of action coming before justices of the place n Indian. Yours irony a lessors. Davis i Dav. We. Sullivan. Isom Anatolis March 1st, 1816. a have Jamini a at your i i nest. The Realise respecting the Powers and duties of i of the peace. Te., written by messes. Wick and Barbour and recently published by Vou. It is a work i am confident that will be found useful 1 the transaction of business in justices courts and Hope in will be Liberal a lessors. Dai Blackford. I lid it fire mar 27 pols skillets and lids ois Utike pans since l is it Smith Hanna ii co. Idaho Aoth stable. Betteen Washington and Market streets directly opposite the Sentinel office up the Alley Indianapolis. The subscriber most respectfully informs the Pil Blic that he has taken great pains to remit and improve his extensive stables and to prepare for the floors of to a Sheri Buggraf inc to travellers t his Hostler Ell Nuqui which will lie hired i the lowest tales lied with i hair Busi Irth Chaij a of the legislature can hav Best manner where is is often As they please Ai v reasonable Man can ask. The Mammoth stables a. John Lister ind adv Peru by july in chrism of Booi to Thel of from in c Marshai s sai.1. Vendit directed from the clerk s Soltice o t of the United Stales for the Dis Willo Terin the town of Danville a Indiana on the 20th Quot foil Iship 17,1 l this nge2� in of in also offer All of the fees As clerk of the circuit and Only Indiana that Ternai at the suit of blackly Strong -. Id Chrisman. Jos. Mclaughlin n h. Nelson. To be sold i Hout Benefit of a Iii Soi ladies and misses Szocs and slippers. Adies super Black in Ghisu kid slippers i Fine ery it Fine Luper Black French kid Slipp i r while i kid slipped r coloured English hid slippers r English and american kid slipped r pm Irdelphia gaiters and half alte super Philadelphia gaiters coloured i super Bluck and coloured kid super Black and coloured g super English kid busking a Sun air Carp and Goat busking i a shoes of every Descry r Bushel. Ind half Cai by the single pair or Brisher Cali a Quot a the sign of the big boat Al tie City shoe store. 39tf j. Ii. Oglesby shoes shoes shoes a Ovten s Tine Goat brogans pegged it do Fine Goat downings sewed do Fine goal Noll Fiers sewed do Fine calf shoes sewed and pegged do Fine Dorsay gaiters very Fine do Fine Plain cloth gaiters do Fine cloth gaiters with Morocco toes do Fine calf and Morocco slippers. For Sale cheap it the sign of the i 3aif v he big Boot. H. Oglesby. Fi.o\rers. A splendid assortment of Fli deals Mil j. Cook sons. A is farm for Sale. T Ying about sir Miles Soult East of Indiana Villa. Count Ininger acres Between 35 and 40 a of which Are cleared with Good com Forlaw weal boarded Bouse smoke House and etauta. Tho Lai is of very fair Quality and will be sold on Good terms. Enquire of h. Morrison it Indianapolis 34tr Blake Jacob Turner. Shoes for Ladie for Aala lower Titan any in mtr Katby april n. 31if j. A Talbott. A Vali Vable Fabis Fob Sake. Or the lube Cribar wishes to sell one of the Nimit 4, my table Fama in Marita Tkany lying Firo on Sills of 300 a tei of Good Rich dry Hundred acres Are Well Elk Atod and Rell fenced of obtaining fins Blu the 5 Well wanted Mill Luina Stream or Brunch. The Bull inns a. Good comfortable dwelling House Wilh five rooms Good Brick a Moke House a tiek milk and meal House a Brick dry House for drying fruit Ard one of he Best and meat commodious trams in the country. I to land is Well numbered and has a very Eitens Yii Here Matt Fine Thrifty la Aring Apple and peach or a hard on the premises which furnishes a great Abun Lance of Choice fruit for use and Market and hero s also Good Garden Well locked with Garden fruits. Any person desirous of purchasing a Fine farm on Good terms will please Call upon Lames Blake or we. H. Morrison Al Indianapolis who will make known All Tho particulars. 34tf Jacob Turner. Fresn goods the subscriber beg leave to inform their r Tous customers and the Public generally hey Are now receiving a Jarge and splendid t that Fosma s and Ammie goods selected Wilh great care and such As Are suited to the wants of the Community which arc of cd for Sale on fair terms for ready pay. The undersigned e resolved to Merit a Cortij nation of the very lib i support they have heretofore received match 27 if Smith Hanna co. �1lk, Berage and Zephyr shawls and . Ele 5 Gant by let just by e. J. L . G. We Iliardi Staple Ayo Faser no. 1. Paumer House boots amp shoes. N s Glomst shoes Ainone which area few coloured half Nili a slippers. Which will be april 1 the. J. M. Talbott. Worms kill thousands Ead what she Dian s Enges have . Dav a Boot m 20 till re Street. Brooklyn a fired a read for and been to Jig Hleen non los with shooting pains in Bia Bowel loss of appetite sickness of the stomach debility ind emaciation. He could keep nothing on his atom Ich but sugar ail d very Sweet things he had cd York and All did Sherman 8 Quot messenger a. I Stoma of Worms he we induced to buy a Inkerman s worm lozenges and a few Boxe Trad him bringing away As to judged medial fact Alt of the City of i Good. On Reading or. Heath Quot describer bos _ of v or. Joseph e. To Newart Plain inf the doctor could help rim neither did the know hat aimed him. He returned in a week and said he jul begin. Fec cd truly wonderful it cough lozenges Force highs Colda whooping cough also that of spirits and despondency bus of a plasteri., which Cost Only i Arnin Ted cure for rheumatism Lumbago pain or weakness in the Side Back breast or any part of the Lody and known As Sherman s poor Man s plaster and sold to Tho enormous extent of 1,000,000 a year in Bure you gel Lierman s poor Man s plaster there re Many worthless imitations hawked about pled and wicked and even those v 1 be respectable druggist Itas Sherroan Quot Ley buy the Spur it sell the t Sherman s Lozenik for less than lie and chant their be cents. So bes and plaster they w ish and repro As Sherman e 3 Jjo Wery la Uruguay in it Iii Iii a Iii 27j. 459 and coi Broadway 33 and 333 Fulton eel Brooklyn. Also e. Randall grocer Jersey y Hineson Williamsburgh j. E. Trippe new a. J. And a. Guthrie 4 Stanwix flail Alba grinding of the Teeth pal Idle n starting Ili sleep Fiig Alful ii petites fits bad Lasie m Tho naming sensation at the Stom a feverish Ness. Worms May be ise. Six years increasing de a lozenges and the Sale of Over Bree million of iwo pm has fully settled their i ind invaluable Worth. 1 Hoy should he kept by try Timily. If they were not to generally know. _ Ivlin a ssi Ivou amp Zencuk for coughs Colli and All ordinal lungs Are easily taken Bandy Anil the most effectual they cure All such. Boused.�?. Few hours. Headache and palpitation. _ speedily cured by of Sherman s camphor lozenges. Thi feet is truly ,.cunng Iho worst is. Of Sherman s plasters. Sec that you get the genuine id Biry them Only at or. Sherman s or his Adveriis-�o1 drug stores sell a spurious de agents As Many re Lail drug is article and thus impose upon the or. Lierman s War Bouso Tan agents Coddington 106 Kassau Avreet no and Hudson a a evil Sands Comer Spring and bowery and Corner of Market and East Broadway Lush Lon s Izreo bores Broadway and Sands Corner of Broadway std Chambers Street mrs. Hays 138 Fulton a Trecet Brooklyn Randall Jersey City. Uru a. Sold by t9mlins0n Brothers Agen i s warehouse. No. 106 Nas for the p to Pietor sign of the Goldei Washington Street Indianapolis Mottar Ria nine cards. The subscriber agent for Selling Cotton and 1 Woollen machine Cal a a i let Heater mass., keeps on hand a Good Bessor treat and. At Short notice can furnish them in ony that May to wanted. The Art All a a Metui in Fri will be sold together with tacks Quot esidio. Dec29-lf no.-1, Sarre if grim camphor for a Ala Low nth. By or David Craighead. N�6, 1645

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