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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - October 7, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana Help Ojie Indiana Mutual fire insurance company. Chartered january 30th, 1837. Of fit no. Ii Blakes buildings opposite Browning s to Telf Indiana out directors. James Blake Indianapolis. Samuel Merrill Quot James m. Ray Quot Calvin Fletcher Quot Charles w. Cady Quot Oliver h. Smith Connersville. George h. Dunn Lawrence Burgh. Henry p. Thornton new Albany. James Collinsjr. Quot John Law Vincennes. Joee h. T. Maxson Michigan City. John Mitchell Evansville. Andrew Ingram Lafayette. Robert Morrison Richmond. James Blake president and treasurer. Charles w. Cady secretant. This company being fully organized is now ready to receive applications for insurance. Every person who insures in this company becomes a member of with All the privileges incident to any corporation and is immediately interested in its general Extension and prosperous condition. The assured the time of making his application for insurance is required to give his promissory obligation called the Premium rate interest the amount of which a determined by the sum insured and Iho Hazard of the risk on which note he pays five per cent in Advance. No further payment is required unless losses should occur during the period of Ita yeas this being the term for which policies Are issued which times use sements Are made equitably upon All the notes sufficient to cover such losses. To insure a building of the beat class of risks to the amount of of $1,000, the assured would give his note for $40, five percent of which paid in Advance and for the policy would make Only $3 for his first payment. As the policy run for six years much personal trouble and anxiety Are saved to the assured in not being required to make annual renewals of the insurance. The company insure two thirds of the estimated value of buildings and one half of personal property. Mutual insurance has been found by Long experience in Many parts of the United states to be the Saf and Cut Calcii method whether prosperous or Adverse Fortune attends its operations. Risks which in Stock companies have Cost from 90 to 100 cents on each Hundred dollars insured have Cost in Mutual companies but from 15 to 20 cents on the same amount insured and this rate for several years in succession. This method of insurance is Well adapted to the Peculiar situation and interests of the state of Indiana As great dispersion of the risks and insurances can readily to obtained and consequently less liability to Lar re losses. Every insurer is tier before invited to give this subject mature consideration and thus ask origin the benefits which May be secured by the general operations of this company throughout the state. The following table will exhibit the advantages of insuring in this company a table a Shibi Linig lhejro6ai�/e Cost of insuring $1000inthc-Indiana Mutual fire insurance company for six tears rates Var ing from 4 to 20 per cent also the corresponding annual rates in a Stock company the Liuo Nutof the Premium Noie the amount of 5 per cent paid in Advance expense of policy the Jimo unt of the first payment the amount of an assessment of 3 per cent upon the Premium note the amount of the a seas meets for six years the total expense for six years the total expense Ina Stock company for six be irs the amount of expense saved in six years in favor of this company the average annual expense in this company the Cost of insuring $100 annually in this company and the Cost of insuring $l00 annually in Stock company. The annual assessment of 3 per cent. Foi the payment of losses which is made in the table is predicated upon the actual experience of similar in a tii unions in the United states and is Liberal in its a mount. The average annual As is Srael in the Quot Vermont Mutual fire insurance company Quot amounted to Only 2 5-8 per cent upon the Premium in. Notes for several years in succession. this Rale risks which Cost but 15 cents one Ich $100 insured in that company annually would Cost 100 Centi on each $100 insured in n Stock company annually. The calculations in the Able show such risks o cost25 Cenis on each $100 in a ured annually or Only one fourth of one per cent Premium on the amount insured. Of course the calculations May be considered Safe As an allowance of Over one third is made upon the actual results in Many of hese institution a. Controvert Ible that insurance in this company will prove safer cheaper and certainly More equitable than by any other method yet devised. Partial losses will be paid in Ful not exceeding the amount insured. 0 5-the citizens Olevery town township or county in the stale who May wish to Avail themselves of the benefits of insurance in this company Are requested to select some suitable person in their respective places to act As agents of the company and communicate their names to the secret in by who will immediately Forward their commissions. The following persons Are duly authorized to act As agents of the Compi Iny Caleb b. Smith Connersville Richard w. Thompson Bedford h. P. Thornton new Albany men ii Collins do. John Law Vin refines h. T. Max30n, William ?. Clark City a. Terrell Colnman Woodbridge Parker Salem John s. Barnes Bloomington. Samuel Moore Mooresville. Z. Evenwoll tii Levon Worth. John h. Dunn Frankfort. Oriton amp Saxton Laporte. Abner Stilson or. Liverpool John h. Dunn Frankfort c. W. Barbour Turre h cute Fabius m. Finch Franklin Oliver Rose Plymouth William Lea Eugene James w. Green Richmond. We a. Emmons Noblesville Bicknel Cole Woodville. Thomas d. Walpole Greenfield C. Ward Lima Job Pugh . Reuben j. Dawson fort a in Ajohn Hamilton Covington Jeremiah Smith Winchester. Richard Pryor. Logansport Jacob w. Kintner cordon Thomas v. Thornton Quot Paoli Geo Ige Roddick Washington John Sims Martinsville Hugh c. Flanegin Terr Acopine Miles Mendenhall Napoleon Tilghman a. Howard Rockville John j. Deming. Mishawaka James r. M Cord Goshen Edward Young Newtown g. W. Branham Cinon William Crumpton Attica Christian c. Nave Danville Bryant is Willson Crawford Villo Daniel Sigler Greencastle James w. Wilson James Vanaxen Dublin Charles h Moore Milton James Beaird Brownsville John Yanyan Liberty Moses Turner rising Sun Christopher Cole Chirle town John d. Shryer Asaph Hill Perrysville Archibald Hatcher Lafayette Edward Tate Lawrence Burgh Joseph a Eggleston Vevay James p. Dugan Delphi George a. Amory Evansville Hudson Parke mount Vernon Abner. Ellis Vincennes n. G. Nettelton new Harmony Samuel Wilson Madison. Agents will be appointed in different parts of the state immediately. Any information which May be wanted can be obtained by addressing the Secretary Blank applications will be sent wherever requested. The company most earnestly solicit the attention of the Public generally to the objects of its association and sincerely Hope that All will step Forward Early and receive As Well As contribute to the benefits which must arise from Mutual indemnity for losses by nne. By order of the Board of directors. 6g Charles w. Cady Secretary. Olt editors throughout the state Are requested very respectfully to notice and give publicity to the objects of the above advertisement. Rei Ilef rei.1ef�z ing to a he Ohio River to Purchase. They respectfully inform the Public that in audit into Thor former Stock they have received a very Largo and extensive assortment of hard Ware Shureb by lib a i. Iron,&c.&c brass door knockers Carpenter s Patent lever stay rods locks brass candlesticks Knob Lucks and German gun locks locks to Collins amp Williams axes closet and cupboard lock Sledge and hand hammers Simons amp Kolpus do till and drawer locks in Tania teapots band Iron Wagon tire Iron Square bar round bar hoop imn Dandy tire Nail rods plough wings Iron wire brass wire stoves and i eing ploughs Iron casting i inn boxes butt hinges strap hinges brass fenders Saddle tree Trace a fad Halter chains anvils and vices blacksmiths Bellows Screvin stocks Broad and hand do h itches chisels sic. Mill saws x Cut and Hall saws tenant and Wood saws draw knives and Cooj Ier tools French locks glue pot and Tea kettles files Mill saw Patent and common a , amp a. A a r Norfolk latches Iron and nos a 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 amp a. Stage and Wagon Haimes Hay and dung Forks scythes and scythe Sneads Sickles and hoes. Bross brass Hind Irons Brace an Ltd Bitts Bench and Plain a bevels and steel squares locks. Carpenter s Patent door Mortice and turning Chi Aimes shovels amp Spades locks Seh Sadd fiery. Saddle Nail spot amp a. To plated do in plated Saddler thread and silk Jap Pannet brass stirrups s its full whited bridle bils Jap panned brass do single plated do and plated Condi handles Jap panned mountings in plated Dasher ,.,.,. Setts coach Sirin a Quot i heir Stock consists Abo of Al re ars Orient of fancy articles looking glasses setts of in Tania were Silver Tea and table spoons waiters plaited captors Twilver pencils pistols window Glass of All sizes cof see us Quot a Tea sic. And a variety of other Atticks in their line numerous to mention. Indianapolis june 17 84 Young Pottage amp co. Cotton amp Worstead web tin Neil roller buckles Bing. Martingale Hooks streaming web full and single Scarlet and printed Plush nips Jap paned Naili. R Saddle rings is o o 1 a a�9 is a a is a a a of w Sjo �5 a a a a a w. A _ b>oc>�qc>pqv0&/>ci"o a o 3 i i a i so a e. k �0000000tnsk0�.0 a g pkg. A a a in. A a a Ajo Cotoiu i a o�ocos3--� 5 i n 5 a s to r a Quot a 8888s���ssss8 2.r-�� s 5� a Quot a s a s 3 s a Toto g 3 a 3 a a 2 5? 5 i tis we kilo a a a _ Oil so a is a ? i Blank Book and general a sonic min Diery. Tacy amp Williams have still in full operation their Blank Book manufactory. They Are receiving a Large Stock of paper of different sizes and Quali ties As also a Lull Supply of binding materials of Eastern manufacture which will enable them promptly and satisfactorily to fill All orders with which they May be favored and on As Good terms As any other establishment in the country. A a new publications bound the lowest Cincin Nati prices. Plain ruled and fancy paper of All kinds kept con stantly forsake wholesale or retail. November 12, 1836._______ ____47-tf. Coffee Tea and other groceries a the undersigned has lately re served additional sup 4� plies of the above articles including Rio nos. I and 2, Java no. I and lag Ira Contee. Gunpowder Imperial Young Alyson pow Hong and Souchon Tea. Loaf sugar Pepper spice Ginger Best Spanish float indigo and madder a few kegs Quot Dupont s powder Quot Lead amp a. &c., which will be disposed of very Low for Cash and on approved Short credit. June 3, a. Porter. A Ouis Volle medical Institute. Re he trustees of this institution properly Estima Al Ling the importance of the duly to be performed in selecting suitable gentlemen for the respective chairs in a medical school occupying such a prominent position and so Munitic Tenily provide for by the liberality of the City have spared no pains necessary to enable them to obtain the requisite information and they have a length the a aids fiction to believe that the expectations of the Public will be fully met by the announcement they Are now prepared to make. The lectures will commence on the last monday of october next and continue until the last of february on the several branches of Medicine by the following gentlemen Viz Anatomy by Jedediah Cobb m. D. Late professor of same in the medical College of Ohio surgery by Joshua b. Flint m. D. Late of Boston institutes of Medicine and clinical practice by Charles Caldwell m. D. Late professor of same in Transylvania University theory and practice by John e. Cooke m. D. Late professor of same in Transylvania University Materia Medica by Lunsford p. Yandell m. D. Iago professor of chemistry in Transylvania University obstetrics and diseases of women and children by Henry Miller m. D. Chemistry and pharmacy by John Locke m. D. Late professor of same in medical College of Ohio in relation to one of these Gen Leniun or. Zofko Sho ild be stated that he is this time in Europe and the trustees appointed him believing from the As sur Rancesom his friends thai he will accept. Should he decline chemistry will be taught by or. Yandell the ensuing Winter. The Institute has been provided with a Eulic Tenily extensive Library apparatus and All the appliances necessary for the illustration of the several topics of instruction ample lecture rooms have been fitted up Lor their accommodation with commodious smaller ones attached for anatomical rooms Library museum &.c. Clinical instruction will be delivered by the professors n the Hospital which is now an extensive and Well ordered establishment. As an idea has prevailed that boarding is extravagantly High in this City is thought proper to state that May be had including fuel and lights from $3 to �4 per week which is about As Low As can be furnished in any american City. The Price of the tickets is $15 to each of the professors and a fee of $5 for matriculation and the use of the Library. Graduation fee $20. Payment will be received in notes of solvent Banks of the slates in which pupils May reside. John Rowan president of the Board of trustees. Aug. 28. 95 female Institute. B he Winter session of this institution will com i mince on the first wednesday in october and continue two academic quarters or Twenty two weeks is particularly desired that All who intend to enter As pupils should commence the opening of the session or As soon after As possible. An accomplished teacher in music and one or to assistants in the other departments Are expected the commencement of the term arrangements will also be made for lectures and experiments in chemistry and natural philosophy. Terms of tuition per Quarter i Rij iary including Reading writing orthography Parley s arithmetic and geography. $4 00 Junior dui artent any of the above with grammar general geography and arithmetic . History elements of botany,.$5 00 is is Lor department a isl division a any of the above with natural moral or mental philosophy botany general history algebra geometry rhetoric and Paley s natural theology a 00 senior Derahtmknt--2d do visa la any of the above with chemistry astronomy with the use of globes and other higher branches usually taught in the Best female institutions $7 00 music on the piano. A 10 00 use of Insi rement.2 00 French and latin each.5 00 drawing and painting in Mezziti Ino and water colors each. 5 00 each Pupil will big charged 50 cents for fuel during each of the Winter quarters. Composition and tia cred history Are connected with cach department. Special attention will be Given to the cultivation of Good manners and and morals among the pupils and no exertions will be spared to realize the expectation of parents in regard to the improvement of their Daugh cars. Pupils will not usually be received for less than a Quarter and no deduction will be made for absence except in Case of sickness. Young ladies from a distance can be accommodated with Board in a family with the teachers. Terms per week including fuel 2 50 washing and ironing per dozen50 september 2, 1837. 795 Gaii Bho a Pittl a plaster new remedies for chronic diseases including All the forms of scr Fula. The attention of the Public is respectfully directed to the new and natural symptoms and new and natural remedies in chronic diseases founded on the natural causes of motion in animate matter by which the practice is greatly simplified and a knowledge of easily Quot attained. These remedies with a few exceptions in the last stage cure All the cases of the disease properly called chronic tubercular of the organs and limbs which consign to a Prenia Are grave the amiable talented and fairest portion of our race. Agents Are directed to warrant them in the first stage of the disease affecting the lungs or consumption and the heart or chronic enlargement the heart and in All the stages f All other cases affecting the different organs and limbs to wit a chronic tubercular of the stomach or dyspepsia of the liver or liver complaint of the Mesentery or chronic diarrhoea of the uterus of leu Cor Rhea Chlorosis and menorrhagia or female complaints of the neck or King s evil of the tonsils palate and Tongue or mercurial disease of the Antrum and nose of the eyes or so Romulous sore eyes and ulcers of Cornea a of the Scalp or scald head of the spine of the Omic and limbs or White swellings of the joints and limbs and cases in which the disease in one Organ or limb s complicated with the same disease in other organs or limbs. These Are All cases of the same disease affecting the different organs and limbs As is demonstrated by the new symptoms dissections and remedies a there is no mistake about the new symptoms causes of to lion or remedies which have been Lully tested great variety of cases during a period of More than 20 years. The remedies require no dieting and never produce any disagreeable effect upon the stomach Quot or bowels or any other that is noticed by patients using them except a steady improvement in health and strength and in All the symptoms dependent on the disease see pamphlet accompanying the remedies with which any person of common education and capacity May easily distinguish the disease by the new symptoms illustrated with plates and apply the remedy Success fully Price $10 h. H. Sherwood m. D. A pamphlet containing a dissertation on the diseases for which Galen s pills and plaster is intended As remedy accompanies each package. A lot of the above valuable Medicine just received and for Sale by Morrison amp Tomlinson. Agents for the slate 50-12 m or. S. A. Tattay a improved prescription for the cure Ata consisting of a Balsam and Tomc Ture. I Latta s improved prescription for j dyspepsia consisting of a Balsam mixture Latte i s anti by spent. Balsam a War Indianapolis december 6, 1r36 h. Eastman s elixir of health. Formerly called or. Bloodgood s. F Hlis Medicine has for years proved a Sovereign is. Remedy in All chronic diseases which have their origin in the stomach liver bowels or any of the digestive organs. Such As dyspepsia or indigestion liver complaints bilious habits Soss of appetite , debility nervous affections impurities of blood amp a. Amp cd. S o o s is is a a. The a Intro in this company will Al time have the Benefit of which May attend its 0. Or Tiona in the note Are Ais Ebsch Only in pro Porti in to lome inn incidental expenses and is As fair to pre a Una that the company will meet with comparatively few Loviei As that will rendered insolvent by sex Teni ire lo8i re which would require the whole amount of itt Premium notes to be expended for their payment the contingency upon which the Aas ii Melbor Calls non the Premium note depend is As much in a offbeats need in hit company As Adverse to in proof of this the actual results in Many similar in a Cito can be adduced. No Mutual in Ifranco com pinyin he United Stafeil cd Emmet with a Uch Adverse Alitt my to Stop a 8 operations which is More than a my be Nidor Stock comp aaied. U in considered in Cobb s school. Books. Hanover College Jan. 27, 1837. The undersigned having examined the series of school books by Lyman Cobb a. M., cheerfully concur in Many of the flattering recommendations of these works. The great extent to which they have been introduced into common schools Speaks highly and we believe not too highly for their merits John f. Crowe Proff. Of rhetoric and Belles Lettres. John h. Harney Quot mathematics. Noble Butler Quot languages. C. A Thompson principal preparatory department. Dickinson College Jan. 3, 1835. \ i have examined Cobb s Walker s dictionary and Cobb s sequel and can recommend the first to common schools and consider the sequel As an excellent compilation Well calculated to improve the taste and morals of youth and to ins Pire them with a love of Reading. A p. Durbin president of Dickinson College. . . Mary s College feb. 19, 1835. the request of the president of . Mary s col Ege i have cursorily examined the series of elementary school books published by Liman Cobb and have no hesitation in saying that they May be safely employed in the teaching of child Ren and that in Many respects they Are preferable to the works of a similar kind in use in this Section of the country. I regard Liman Cobb s edition of Walker s school dictionary As Superior to any other edition in the same form which has come under my observation. His spelling Book and lessons in Reading appear to me deserving of approbation. Two of the most experienced teachers of arithmetic in this instil Tjon having examined Lyman Cobb s explanatory arithmetic a of. 1 and 2, have expressed the opinion that is Superior to the greater number of systems of arithmetic used in schools in this part of the country. John m Caffrey vice prest., of amt . Mary s College. From a cursory examination of the above works 1 am con i iced of their my ritas expressed above. H. R. Butler. President of . . Mary s College have examined several of the series of school books by Lyman Cobb and believe them to be in general Well calculated to interest and developed the Youthful mind. His arithmetic Are in my opinion far Superior to those Iti general use until recently in this Section of the country. In his explanatory arithmetic of is Theo Aso with the Kindred works of Colburn and Emerson the understanding of the learner is addressed and the ground rules of the science Are rendered a easy by Flie simple examples and familiar explanations Liat he cannot fail to comprehend them. By the inductive system of teaching the learner is made a acquainted with rules and applies them to particular cases far More readily than when Broa ight before hib mind in the Eom Timon didactic form. From the great improvements which have been made within a few years in the manner of presenting the elementary Prin Ciplic to the Youthful mind we May reasonably expect a corresponding improvement in every department of Edt Teatian. I therefore Hope thac works like the a Bove mentioned will soon take the Placo of those in which the Pupil Wro tight mechanically rather than in Teller Tauy. Jacobs a. ,.professor of mathematical chemistry and f a in Henri Sylvania College. ,.feb. 17, 1835.i Bavy no doubts of the correctness of the above statement a. C. P. Krauth,.t president of Pennsylvania �0. 780 caution to the Public. From the great reputation which this Medicine has acquired sundry persons Are putting out an article purporting to be Bloodgood s elixir of health to which the certificates Given Rny elixir have been attached. That the Public May not to deceived on this subject i feel bound to give the following inborn Iarion leaving the Public to judge whether when health and life Are stake is Safe to venture the use of an article which is got up under such circumstances. I he Medicine which has been known for the last six years by the name of or. Bloodgood s elixir o health is a Medicine of my own devising to which i gave the above name. No Medicine was Ever before known by that name nor was this Medicine known by any other name being original with me Nian fac tured by no other person and sold Only by myself or my agents my name As sole proprietor accompanying every bottle. The composition of this Medicine is known Only to myself and being a vegetable com Pound is impossible to Analyse so As to detect its composition. The Public Are therefore informed that there is no genuine Bloodgood s elixir of health except that which is prepared by wishing the genuine article will he particular to see that the directions on the bottle Are signed with my written signature without which none is genuine. Or. W. Lindsay s vegetable tonic mixture. Or or the cure of Aguko chill and fever so particularly and will be found a valuable Toni in dyspepsia and general debility. is put up i the form of drops also ills so As to suit the child Weil As the adult. Among some hundreds of Lesli Nio Nials that of or. T. S. Builer now of Noblesville is Only Here inserted with the following names mostly residents of Richmond la., and its Vicinity recommendations. , county ind. Oct. 27, 1835 Diar Sik according to Promise i now devote a few minutes in giving you a Short history of the effects of your ague Medicine in my practice. I have prescribed and sold about 50 bottles in the last 6 or 7 weeks and in All the cases where had been taken according to the directions has been successful. I do not know of one single failure. I have prescribed in longstanding cases of debility originating from various causes and i am Happy to have in my Power to say with Complete Success. I am convinced from experience that possesses As much tonic and invigorating properties As any Medicine 1 have Ever used in my practice and from Iny caper Ienco i feel warranted in recommending to those Al licked with chill or ague and fever or debility from whatever cause produced As being a Safe and effectual remedy. Respectfully yours. T. Butler. Or. W. Lindsay. We the undersigned most cheerfully Bear our testimony in favor of or. Lindsay s ague Medicine in preference to any we have Ever used. Indian physician. The undersigned takes this method of informing the citizens of Indiana Polis la., that he has recently located himself in the place where he anticipates to practice Medicine for a term of years hence and he Quot Quot offers his professional Aid to the citizens arid its Vicinity. His office is on Maine ., in a Small Frame building near the Cabinet shop of or. Fleming. Luse where he can be found All times in the Day unless absent on professional business and h e Hopes by strict attention to his business which shall be his Felicity to give ultimate satisfaction to All whom he May have concern with. His medicines Are principally derived from the vegetable kingdom and have proved eminently useful in the cure of consumption liver complaint dyspepsia dropsy rheumatism affection of the kidneys and All other diseases of the blood and nervous system female weakness also Mcvery fever and ague flux summer complaint among children cholera and cholera Moribus with Many other diseases with which the human family Are afflicted. All persons applying of inward diseases Are requested to bring or Send their urine of shut ejected of morning. W. K. F. Fryer or. Indianapolis la., aug. 26, 1837. 94 n. B. Cash will be expected for All Medicine prescribed for patients the office As i have come to an ultimate conclusion to not sell my Medicine on credit and As such they can be had on reasonable terms for Cash. Persons wishing their Teeth extracted can be accommodated this office charges shall be Mode Abner Hunt Thom. Smith j. M Call Geo. Kalv we. King r. Mulray j. Haw Ortii plebe j. Pauen Benoni Newby Ems. J. Haine m. Samuel w. M Manl a Thom. Foley .1. Beng n. Hawkins s. A. Lawman .1. Stettler j. Nasworthy j. Walsh a. Anderson Dan. Mularky r. Lamb b. Pander j. Ballinger. The tonic mixture is kept constantly on hand re Tail and wholesale the chemical drug store of w Lindsay amp co., main Street a few doors East of the Quot mansion House Quot and immediately opposite the Washington Hall. Price per bottle or Box of pills $ 100 August 5, 1837 91 Ames shovels. A few dozen Ames shovels on hand a first rate a tide for Cann Alling and other purposes and for Sale Low by june 3.&Quot e. T. Porter. New tinware manufactory. Holland amp Todd ave just commenced the above business in Washington Street a few doors East of rus-3.1 8 Row and nearly opposite the Bank where they intend keeping constantly on hand a general Assort ment of tin w Are which they will sell As Low Ane on As fair terms either wholesale or retail As can be purchased in the place. They have just received Peck s Patent machines by which work can be done much neater and better than by the hand tools. They also have experienced workmen in their employ and can safely say their work shall be inferior to none made in the West. Merchants and others wishing to Purchase Are invited to Call and examine for themselves Indianapolis 9th july 1836. N. B. Old Pewter will be taken in Exchange for tinware. 30 disclaimer. The undersigned having received great Benefit from h. Eastman s elixir of health that time under the Nanie of Bloodgood s elixir of health were induced for the Benefit of the afflicted to give certificates of its effects for . We were then informed and have no reason yet to doubt the fact that the preparation originated with or. Eastman and was known to no other the name he gave Bloodgood s elixir being merely to distinguish from other preparations. What then was our Surprise to learn that the elixir had been counterfeited and the spurious article put Forth to the world with our names As endorsers of its Virtues. is due to ourselves and to the Public to say that we know nothing of the merits of any such imitation. We have used and highly approved the. Elixir prepared by h. Eastman but when our names Are attached to the preparations of any other is a base and unauthorized forgery and As such we denounce to the Public. J. R. Lippitt r. D. , j. Williams a pm. Spencer. A orders for the above valuable Medicine will receive attention if addressed to the subscriber care of Gazzan amp Butler Cincinnati Ohio who is the general authorized agent for the u. Stales. Charles Edwards. For Sale by Mothershead Dawson is co. Diana Polis. Sept. 2 botanic Medicine. Lately received a fresh Supply of the celebrated botanic , the midwife s practical directory or woman s confidential Friend comprising extensive remarks on the various casualties and forma of disease preceding attending and following the period of gestation with an appendix the whole designed for the special use of the botanic friends in the United states by Thomas Horsey practising physician of the botanic order formerly surgeon in the u. S. Army late president of the conventions Secretary of general correspondence to the Friendly Thom. Bot. Society of the United states second edition enlarged and improved with numerous engravings for Sale by a. Pope. Botanic physician Washington Street Union Row two doors East of the Post office. Nov. 49-tf a Otic. The rub scribers continue to transact the general Coj Mission business in Boston and offer their Best services for the interests they will receive and sell All kinds of merchandise and also Purchase goods and other property agreeable to orders. All instructions will receive immediate attention and the proceeds of All sales promptly renin Ted to order. Geo. Fowle amp co. Eos Tod mass., August 1837 97 12m _ Verm Fuge. H Gross vegetable Superior to Al Fahnestock s the most effectual remedy yet known for expelling Worms from the system received and a for Sale or sir Carlo bottle by june 17. We. Lindsay amp go. Quot never yet did Konio philosopher Tho could Bear the tooth ache patiently much ado about nothing. Montague s Balm a Sovereign and remedy for the l Oboril ache and an effect l a Al preserve i Ive for the Teeth a Price per bottle. In offering this invaluable Balm to the Public Many certificates of its Efficacy might be Given which the limits of a Neva paper forbid publishing and which May be seen by calling the agents. But by the Large Quantity sold this place during the last Winter the reputation of has been Well established Nihro this Section of country. has proven to be the Best tooth Wash Ever known and should be used with a Brush instead of any powder or subs Uince containing or that can contain the finest particle of grit. is broken of with unmeasured Praise and All who have used have Laid aside All other remedies offered As cleansers of the Mouth and purifiers of the breath. should be used after All dental operations bleeding and spongy Gums sore Teeth scurvy amp a. No person however sound their Teeth should be without this invaluable Balm As a frequent use of will effectually preserve the Teeth consequently the health a constant Supply of the Balm will always be kept on hand by Mothershead Dawson amp co., Indianapolis and every town and Village in the uni Ted states by proper by cents. =t26, 1637. Drug and chemical store. We. Lindsay amp to. Are receiving direct from philae Flohm and Pitts Burih and opening their and chemical warehouse immediate y opposite the Quot Washington Hali Quot and a few doors ei6t of the a m Inion House Quot i Large and i Peri did a assortment drugs chemicals medical Glass Ware paints oils Vait wishes Dye stuffs Patent medicines Ever offered in this p Are. Their Stock braces every Urli rde that properly a Longs to their line of business and of a Superior Quality. They would respect fully invite the attention of physics country Mer chants painters and others to Call and examine their Stock and prices. They feel confident the y will be Able to a Ell As Low if not lower than fhe Cincinnati or Louisville prices and will not to under sold by any Bouse Wisl of the mountains. They would solicit the attention of the profession to their assortment of am plating i re phoning dissecting and other instruments. All articles put no by a will be warranted Pennine and of the most Superior Quality. J Une 17 botanic medicines. A he subscribers have ju.- received from the est a a to abolishment of or. A. Weeks amp co. An assortment of botanic medicines Neaily packed in 4, i and 1 la. Papers Coiner sing almost every article and preparation of the botanic practice and among which May be found Tho celebrated preparations of Quot nerve powders a Quot spice or ladies bitters Quot. Quot composition Quot &c., which they Are disposed to sell to physicians and oth ers unusually Low and on reasonable terms. Morrison amp . Indian Porfi june 9, 18.37. Wiadro resale dry goods. Two receiving of no. 97, Wood Street Pittsburgh u a Quot a go Stock of Well assorted dry goods suited to the approaching season a recently purchased in the Eastern cities which is offered Low for All kinds of solvent Western Bank paper Par. Pittsburgh aut. 26 96 6w w. Pali a. Copper do tin Ware. Amp j. Cox respectfully inform the Public that they have constantly on hand a general assortment of Copper amp tin Ware which they will sell Low. They warrant their work to be inferior to none. Country merchants and others Are invited to Call and examine their prices. They also manufacture reflectors amp Patent tin churns which they warrant to be Superior articles. These churns Are durable and portable. The facility with which a child can use them and the in credibly Short space of time required to produce by ter Are facts which will enable them to supersede the a ise of All other churns hitherto in use. Shop on South Side of Washington Street nearly opposite the Post office. A Indianapolis june 5, 1835. 666 bargains bargains a he sub Beriber informs the i Public that he has hand Between fifty and one Hundred saddles and All other articles in line which Are of the very Best Quality such As harness leather trunks Saddle bag bridles collars amp a. All which Are made of the very Best Eastern leather amp which he will sell the Madison does and lower than they can be bought in any Oiher i of in Indianapolis either wholesale or retail. Those wishing to Purchase will please Call and examine for themselves. His shop is on Washington Street oppo site the Democrat printing office. Jan. 4, 1837.�?57lf i. H. Roll. Washington Hall. 1iiesubscriber Lale of Dayton Ohio h. Taken for a Terin of years and has re opened the old stand in Indianapolis formerly occupied by s. Henderson. The to abolishment has lately undergone a thorough Repa and enlarged by the addition of two new Brick build Ings in the rear of about eighty feet each two stories High together with a new s Able 120long, by 67 i feet wide. As is the intention of the p proprietors of this is that shall be a first rate Public House no pains or expense will be spared in giving satisfaction to members of the legislature boarders and trav Ellers. A front building of Brick four stories High will be substituted in the Spring for the present old front which will afford such conveniences for the accommodation of the Public As the subscriber is desirous to of later. E. Browning. Indianapolis nov. 16,1836 of James a. Maxwell attorney . W grand Gulf miss. Ill attend strictly to any professional business in the state of Mississippi confided to his care. References. S. Merrill Esq. Indianapolis la we. Sheets Esq. Quot a go. H. Donn Esq. Lawrence Burgh la. J. F. D. Lanier Esq. Madison a Quot e. Leonard i d. New Albany Hon. John Law Vincennes Quot gov. Wallace Covi Rittin Quot Dichie has been used by Many hundreds in the Umstea states and especially in some parts of the we Slot. Country. is recommended especially for the cure dyspepsia and As a general remedy has succeed beyond the most sanguine expectations of the proprietor. And the increasing demand for those medicines is the Best evidence that he could have that the be stations of the dyspeptic have been fully realize this Balsam is intended to excite the action of the liver equalize the circulation purify the blood dispel Humours improve the state of the skin dispel flatulence and remove Crudi ties from the s Omah and thereby prevent the generation of acidity and its con sequences in digestion. is an effectual remedy for habitual Cost Veness. is wholly vegetable and perfectly Safe. Those who Are troubled with Cost Veness. Choli a sick head ache dizziness sourness of the stomach cold feet heart Burn water Brash swelling of. The stomach with pain after eating raising the Tood after eating with belching. And those who Are much Debili rated accompanied with a palpitation of the heart or with weakness and diarrhoea will do Well to Avail themselves of the advantages to be derived from. The use of these medicines. In dyspepsia the patient should commence by tak no one half Teaspoon full one hour before breakfast dinner and supper. If this Quantity produces purging after three or four Days the Quantity May be reduced so As to prevent Cost Veness and to continue its use until health is restored but if this Quantity is not sufficient to obviate Cost Veness should be increased until the object is accomplished. This Balsam is perfectly Safe restoring health and vigor to the Constitution in so Short a time that patients Are Apt to think their disease is removed too Early a period and therefore omit the use of Medicine too soon. If the use of one bottle in any Given Case does not afford Relief the patient need not expect Relief from its use. In those cases in which this Medicine will succeed its Good effects will be realized in a few Days in that Case the patient should persevere until a perfect cure is effected. In order to do this the tonic mixture should be taken the same time. See directions on the bottle. Latta s tonic Medicine is designed to give tone to the system. is the most Power Ful vegetable tonic and Carat Ives strengthens the stomach increases the appetite and is an indispensable auxiliary to Labia s anti dyspeptic Balsam for the Curi of dyspepsia. This Medicine May also be used in All debilitated habits with great advantage and perfect safety. Adults should take two Tea spoons full three times per Day and continue the use of the Medicine As Long As May be found serviceable. N. B. The Balsam is taken before and the tonic mixture after each meal. Fri prepared by or. S. A. Latta Rossville Certificates. This is to certify that 1 have examined or. S. A. Lath s prescription for the cure of dyspepsia and As a general remedy i have Quot no doubt but that is equal a not Superior to any other remedy of the kind now offered to the publican that will answer the intentions for which is recommended. I am the More Early convinced of this from having witnessed its Good effects in some important cases in which a Long continued treatment had failed. 1 am satisfied that these medicines will be of general service to the com Unity from the fact that they Are almost universally approved by All who have witnessed or realized their effects and from the eagerness with which they Are ought for in the communities where they have been introduced. I More cheerfully recommend these me icings because they do not appear in the character of infallibility nor do i understand them to be offered As a nostrum for every disease but As a prescription of one who has a right to prescribe for the cure of dyspepsia. They Are purely vegetable and perfectly Safe. Or. J. Waterman. Lebanon Ohio Jan. 6, 1835. This certifies that my wife for the last four years As been afflicted with dyspepsia to an alarming degree. would be useless to attempt a description of her symptoms i seems that she was afflicted with almost every said Tom to which human flesh is heir. In the time of her affliction she was attended by ten physicians and was finally pronounced incurable. I then applied for or. Latta a anti dyspeptic Balsam and tonic mixture and i feel my duty to say that though she has taken but one bottle of the Balsam and two of the tonic mixture she is restored to a comfortable state of health and has commenced attending to her Domestic affairs. Previous to taking your Medicine Sho was wholly confined to her bed for thirteen weeks. You Are Liberty to publish this for the Benefit of dyspeptic As i have no doubt but that ought to be universally known. I have spot ent with other doctors More than one Hundred dollars to not purpose. Yours respectfully Adam surface. Clear Creek Warren co., Dec. 20 1834. This is to certify that i have been relieved of my. Dyspeptic symptoms which have been severe and of Long standing by the use of or. S. A. Latta s Balsam and tonic mixture. I have been under the care of several eminent physicians and tried Many of the papir Lar medicines of the Day with but Little effect and am free to say that these medicines Are the Best that i have Ever used. Tho. Anderson. Cincinnati nov. 10, 1834. This is to certify that my wife has been relieved of Tho following symptoms by the use of or. S. A. Latta a anti dyspeptic Balsam and tonic mixture for the last four years she has Laboured under dyspeptic Simp Toms. Such As pain in the breast and Side attended with a cough also pain soreness and swelling of the stomach together with the raising of the food after eating headache dizziness Cost Veness diarrhoea palpitation of the heart great Flat Lancy with belching and cold feet. The Long continuance of those symptoms produced great debility. She has followed the prescriptions of several eminent physicians and used the most celebrated remedies without Relief. She is now almost entirely relieved by the use of one bottle of or. Letta s Balsam and tonic mixture. In View of this i have Given the above certificate with a desire that should be published for the Good of those who May be afflicted in the same Way. Lebanon Nov. 1834. Hugh Johnson. I hereby certify that for the last two years i have been afflicted with the following symptoms to an alarming degree Viz. Dizziness and pain in the head also in the breast and Side slight cough sourness and pain with soreness the pit if the stomach spoiling in the stomach and pain with wind after eating with frequent raising of food after each meal heart Burn and cold feet. I was of Ostive habit and the time i commenced taking your Balsam and tonic mixture. I was so debilitated As to be unable to attend to any business or even leave my House i have now used one bottle of the Balsam and one of the tonic mixture and am restored to the enjoyment of a comfortable state of health and have resumed my occupation in life. John Patton. Warren county Dec. 20, 1834. Having heard of the Success of or. Latta s anti dyspeptic Balsam and tonic mixture in relieving Dys peptic patients my curiosity has led to to pay some attention to the demand for the Medicine. I live in part of the Houe in which said Medicine is kept for Sale and i am frequent in in the store and must acknowledge that Tho demand for this Medicine far exceeds my expectation and the demand appears to be increasing. And Ai far As my knowledge extend be Nefi Cial results have been the consequence of the use a of this Medicine and i have no doubt but is Admira a Bly calculated to remove All the symptoms of dyspepsia in a very Large majority of cases which have baffled the skill of hundreds and the Strong probability is that if Despe Bilics would follow the directions accompanying cach bottle there Are very few if any who Quot would not be benefited. They Are entirely vegetable a and perfectly Safe. Or. J. Borden a Lebanon o., Jan. 8, 1835. For Sale by Scudder amp Hannaman. Aug. 15, 1837. 93-6w tobacco and Cigar manufactory Indianapolis. I he undersigned respectfully inform their Friend and the Public generally that they Are Novar engaged pretty in the manufacture of tobacco and cigars this place. They will to Able to fill any orders which they May be favored with in the Fol Quot lowing articles to wit 3, 4,& 6 twist common tobacco 24 plats to la. Spun ext Cut smoking extra a half Spanish cigars Melee Quot common Quot be above articles Are of the Best Quality and will be warranted. Their terms a re As Liberal As those of Ihn. Ira Quot a a a a Quot Quot be our wind. Inv of a a a a be Tea frets in any of the Hove articles. A Pri 1, �37. Scudder n a my a to a e a a 6s-lf Jane ._ of i Eoj rho and frenchjo8t received and for Sale to by we. Linij6ay amp co. A my a a a

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