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TUC FA unca.
TO lit Air FIOiEN PLANTS.---TO pre
spire vegptabile kite, after havingbeen fro
zen the same precaution is necessary as in
the case of animals. Sudd©n elevation ofi
temperature, by application of heat, proves
fatal in both eases. When the,noses of
French soldiers. became frozen and lost
all feeling in their retreat from Moscow,
they were preserved by rubbing them with
plow. The, restoration of vegetables fro
zen while alive is to be accomplished by
the application of cold water, but not when
the sun is shining on them. For reasons
that are here made obvious, early Yorks
and other things should be planted on the
north side of ridges.
That portion of trees standing on the
north side of a wall and rising above it, so
aa to be exposed in early spring to the ac
tion of the sun, has been known to be kill
ed, while the residue, shaded by the wall,
and therefore acted upon by the more
gradual elevation of veneral temperature,
has escaped uninjured ; on the principle
that is known, that, if a man's feet are
frozen, he will loose them if plunged into
hot water.— Verb. sap. sat.
Profits of as Acre of Carrots.
Francis Dodge, Esq., of Essex county,
Mass., raised 3411 tons of carrots on an
acre, which at 56 lbs to the bushel, make
1380 bushels. The rows were 22 inches
apart. One pound of orange carrot seed
was sown by a machine. The carrots
were hoed three times and weeded twice ;
the last hoeing just hefore thp tops covered
the ground. They were dug with a spade ;1
the tops carefully saved and fed to the
cows, the tops being at the time knee
high. We abstract the above, and give the
following statement of the expenses of cul
turo, and net profit, from the Transactions
of the Essex County Agricultural Society.
The expense of cultivation was as fol
'lnterest on land at 6 per cent., $7 20
Ten cords of manure, $6 per cord,* 60 00
-Spreading the same, 3 00
Plowing, 2 50
Harrowing, 2 00
Plowing and raking, 4 00
Seed, 1 00
Sowing $l, hoeing and weeding,ls, 16 00
Digging 21 00
' Total expense,
Value of crop, 344 ton• at
$7 per ton $241 60
Value of tops, 7 00
. One half manure to land, 30 00
Deduct expenses 118 70
*A cord of manure contains 103 bushels
RRMEDY FOR SCARLET FEVER.--The fol.!
lowing cure for this malignant disease is
given in the Delaware Republican, by a
- Messrs Editors:—You will confera favor
on some of your readers, at least, by pub
lishing this receipt for Scarlet Fever in
all its stages, and which will cure nineteen
cases out of twenty, if strictly attended to;
this treatment, although apparently simple,
you will find a sovereign remedy, and will
save many of your little ones from a prem.
Muni grave, which is almost sure to fol
low the use ofcalomel, which universally
tends to increase the disease instead ofcur
ing it. Treatment as follows:—Give a
/ mild cathartic, such as castor-oil or some
gentle pills, every two or three days, and
.when there is fever present, spoge the
body with weak ley, and give some simple
tea to promote a perspiration,such as cat
nip, sage, balm, &c. ; and for the putrid
symptoms give good brcwor'syeast, mixed
with cold water; one tablespoonful! of the
former to two tablespoonful) of the latter,
for children ten or twelve years old, and
younger ones according to age ; to be re
peated from three to five times a day; and
use as a gargle yeast and cream or milk,
equal parts, sweetened with honey, and
gargle the thoat and mouth frequent ly with
it ; and if the throat is much swollen, poul
tice with yeast and pulverized slippery
• lm; continue the above treatment until
well. I know, by many years' experience;
that this is the best and most effectual way
1 o cure the scarlet fever.
DR• WM. FIELDS
Wilmington,Del, Dec. 12, 1851.
"SCARLET FEVER."—During this win
,of our families hay,' lost their
children by this terrible disease. Some
one child, and others four in the same
family. Now, it is natural that they
should - desire to know a preventative—
which- is to be found in the use of Balla
dona.—Dose —a child 4 years old, 3 drops
at 10 A. M., and 3 drops at 4P. M. A
child 2 years old, 2 drops at 10 A. A., and
2 drops at 4P. M. This remedy has for
some years proved a safeguard in the
family of the writer, who has also the
guarantee of one of our oldest and most
experienced physicians; that he, has never
found - 11.10 fail to keep off this fatal malady
to 'child ren.—Humanity.,
GOOD WitE' AT.—The Germantown Tel
rgraph says that at the Harrisburg Fair
there was,a sample bushel of wheat exhib
ited by Mr. Richard Pim, of chester co.,
which wasiperhaps, the finest grain we
ever saw. It was white, plump and larger
but what is equally impotent, he raised
forty eight bushels to the acre, and a freind
of his, as he informed us, raised fifty, It
is culled Australian Wheat, though very
therEtrurian, introduced into
the United 'States-by Coin. Stewart, but it
does not deteriorate by successive sowing
tiitrOost of the importations of this
What is a Bloomer ? One who pants'
for sotoiriety. , ,
• LO.! 'L. . _*.!.l"t • ~1
ESTABLISHED FIFTEEN YEARS-AGO, BY
MOM learintano 2 s 29
North-West corner of Third and Union
between Spruce and Pine.
wirritcN YRARMief *aperient' , and nnintrirroptedpraa•
tlise spent In this city have tendered lilt. It. oho mu t
Pert end sucoesslal practitioner fur end nest. in the treatment
(Well disewesofn privets , notate. Pismo' ofillated with I.ll*
eArr Oren Ws* hotly, throat or legs, pales iu the twail or bones,
inriatlit thrUtilatalira, siricinier gravel. disea.e , diking
Irem yonthlul enemies • r impurities of the blood,
the constitution has become enfeebled, are all treated with
Ile who places himself under the care of OR. K.. mny r,ll.
gisusts confide in his ba..cs as p gentleman, end onlidentlY
rely upon hit skill ne n rihraician
Tako Particular Notice.
yr ItrhlG MEN who hey° Moved themselves by e certain
limiter) initutgo il in—a held. !mimed' learned
comtlnuloas et serif of—the which Dr , nightly lent.
even wit in ashes , . and destroy butts mind and IrdY• Mould
aPPIY Immediately . Wealithas cud coristitUtionat debdity,
mu of u.usoiliar towel , . physical Ituntude rind veinal Pros
tretion, and all nervous affecting, intheestion.
slncenihness tit.. liver soil every (11.m 11 0 in an" "." en"
neetpi w•is, the di,prilss or the procreative Inactions cured
and fall vigt r restored
Yors mss OUTII& It OD.
s READ!! SA VIGOROUS LIFE.
• r " •-r
K I RI Kfl 11, on Self-Preservation
Only 25 cents.
The Book. just pu Wished. is 11111 A with useful iniorrnstfori.
on the ltfrmatles awl diseases of the Generitivo Omens, It
iddreurrs Asti], alike to YOU 111. MAN HOOD null OLD
ACE. and should bi rend by nil.
The valooltle rt•trte3 nail impressive warning it gi , ms
mevent years of misery end lull-mug tied savo ounually
THOUSANDS OF LAVES
PAN.ENIS. by reeling it, will (rota haw to prevent the
lest 'notion 01. heir children.
roonittnnee ornvENTY-FIVE CENTS Am-dosed to
a letter nrltt:e%,l to DR RINKE? 14, North %Vest Comm o (
1111110 tk 04111:,4 W 0,13 Spruce end Pine.
eHILADELI'IIIA, will ensure a Book under envelo o Per
return nt mall
Poisons nt a disterce mar address DR. .by letter. (post
Psid.) and be cored at home.
Pk C 4GES or MEDICINES. 1)1110;11 1 )NS. &c for
warded by tending' a tomb Mom auil pat up secure from
DANIAII I: or CURIOSITY.
Itooksellers. News Agents. Pedlars. Canvassers. end 'all
others, supplied with the above work at very Ins.
July H, 1 toter
THIS PR EPAR ATP He is now heist' alloyed rtln!'c
as a GUARANTEED I:URP, flr the 111101E 4 fll
HORRE 4 4. medal the null known medicine in 'the world
having been need in th• privity Vetennary tuna co of the
innprietor for the east 30 veers ; end he hat Dever known it to
fail in atingle Instsoce of on - Annie, a lasting cons. and leas
ins the hum in +nod spirits ler wink The Ulf r incomnetoe•
:ty of the how, for Isnot. when 'ambled with this pontoon
disease. should induce every one haying such to aPPII 1123
mediately for this remedy.
ra:cr WU; DOLLAR PER PACKAGE..
Which will he tent. - with fell d wctions " to nor putt of
the United States. All levers or communicadoit to be rid
&need, Past Paid. to P
Row of No.lo Soot h FIFTH Street. Philadelphin.
ePhroevale areet for the United Oates
N, R —Agents warted throne hoot the country to whom
e lilwrel direnont wid he given : and their Mind' nomad in
I the Lai vortisour ts. Address u above.
GERMAN WASHING FLUID,
IS CONSIDERED by
(t esteds who hare tested It, ets be
SCIENTIFIC (WONDER OF THE WORLD?
Faith,ty doing away with that laborious read lojnllous pray
Ice of robbing tie
CLOTHES UPON THE WASHBOARD,
Aud a'alcat wrirg of
Time, _Labor and Expense.
N. n. To prevent fraud and impnsition, (for ma., are try
mg toPalrn oft an article put up hie nose.) the Proptiato:.
P. Ilt)Y F. wit pat his %Vital% .SIONATORL: neer
the CONIC of ever, Ili rIT,.E. And heyonly bias an EN
LIOLI rrast rrlnutc so t to
The German Washing Fluid
%Vith rthers that ate in the market.
It is put up to Voce bottles. aid sold at the nominal price of
cents ver bottle.
PRINTSitta trill fled it greatly to tbelr advising° to pur
chase this Fluid by the gallon. to cleans their
TYPE'S AN WROLLEFit , ..3
Bring a very raped r er.icte loethat
bianufac•nred only by 1 r norr.
AS his Laboratory and P ivcioel Depot,
No 10 South FIFCN sheet, Phdarlelphta.
Bold at r,ta;l by Groovy and Drums!, teneray. A hb•rat
discount. and evensive ad verusing for the benefit of Aorits.
Rome:ohm the name
GERMAN ‘VASIIIN: FLUID.
All !titers to tie port paid. Oct 9. 1751—Gm.
The time has now arrived. that
nations outliving from secret dis
',me need no more become the
'IL,TIM OF ,QUAltKEhlii as
y tho nicscrliittpos cordeirel In
hi, !molt. any noel may etir., him.
If, without hirdrettce o bast
nen, Or ',the knowledge/ of that
with one teeth the nsonl t nrlllo.
anvil matlne of private diseases. it lune
explains the aanta of ravihood's early decline, with observe.
ti .ns oa Marriare—batiders many other derangements. which
it would not be proper to enumerate In the ni3l,l•C mints.
Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTt3 enclosed in
letter. will , CleelVe One Cony of this book or F ive copies w ill
gent for (Poo Ileltat. Addtess,'"l/11. WILLIAM lr'ttl !NG.
No 158 eil'Allef, Et MELT. Philadelphia." t'o't owd.
Dr. V ' (IUNO eon be consulted on one of the Diseases de.
sariti.d in his different pub'matiousi at his ofiltri ls 7 thirnee
-beet. Philadelphia, (very day betweed It and 8 n'oloek.
(9.ondaysilleet.ted ) April —ly
Lth,A I I r al l trC A T oTtn i eile f l' o l a N t e l I F :n i d E Par T e S i V n i ,L 6 pre
Co wm3svall , . The Louse niatter.d thr wheat.
n. sai"ed for n IIVVE(.I..INI; Fit USE. 81 . 011 E cr
TAVEtIN—Lot MI by PIO feet. end hes a ,tood STA FILE
thereon. The 'ICITLE is good. anti the monerty will be sold
on Ihe mnst accommodallne terms Those who want to male
a enod Mescalie. have now.n chance.
For further information arplv In
JOHN Fl tIBII. Brideport nr
L. JACKSON CILANS. Curvrensville.
L. JACKSON CRANS,
vararomtaz ititta ITaoOMO
Curwensville, Clearfield county, Pa.
OFFICE—State street, ono door east of Filbert st
October 2. 1851.
XP.kItTNEUSIIIP.—The Co•Pertneuhk. heretofore ex
Win( between t e sebscriben, trading in tho name of
'MAN I .Y & the Cebloe , end Chair
Nano factory. at Chnufield, is OW day dissolved by mutual
consent. Rnrtvrri• MANLY.
Eopt. YX1.1831. •
MONEY- SAVING MACHINE.
SATE now hove n Int of TWO SIORRE TIMIS:MONO
VW htACIIINFt 4 at Richard !thaw's. C 1,111010,1. A 1,80..
romtier ht lose flloom's Corwelivllle. FOR SALE.
'A KM FMB would do well to call soon. At nithir of the
nbovannord places they can be soca mateibittA with Ma.
chines. tf. & B. WILSON.
JATICO3 OF THE PEACE are hereby requested to.nsk °
/Worn t'Y mail. or all ere; Isq. of Comma •weantr uttere r
Wren them. to me ot to,,ttie Cieik the ,Cuurt of (lawn
p ers iong that the some May be rietived at leut one week
before oautt. Ally Commonwealth business ariliDg alter that
ean returned at Colln
Austutt 1. len
ral OTIC C.
TRUSTEES of •the CLEARFIELD ACADEMY
;di. limbo rise with:o.ol%or CATLIN is dilly suthonzed
to eolleot ell b lli for t u;tloo et said Institution. fur tile year
ousetneneme on the Nth of dedd ember
-Ii cadet of the Board of Twitted.
Deo. W. 1861.. WM. L. MOORE. Seer.
./Tagil:a' Al 3, ion wife ANN ELIZA hasten 11117 bed and
Vl' b.rod without was jest mope thererere, hereby
warn all narrate f.ola harboriog or trailing her on my am.
cop t, tsl wig not bailable for tray debts of her weft/long.
8, 151.—oald; '
RESPECTFULLY an neaseea to lhe tllltees or the'lrlata
te of Clemtiel4 Ilijulae, that. he carman 4 lo cane oa the
That.' MING BUSiti Es • a short distauoe Bait oftbe Hrldge
ate he e. Hi be thsakt If rat reVaapa &renege . .
For .5 Cents.
nyMEANS or the POCKET
lAESCELAPIUS. or every
loehir own hysiclar. 1 hirti.th
qiit•cin. %ilia upward. of on btum
1r i 1 engravings, snow= viiva , .
!Willies in livery On". and form.
mot milformations or th% Cetera .
By:Dr. Wm. Young, N
J. B. WENALLY,
_Watch dit Clock Raking.
nOirr R. WELCH begs leave
/ XL to inform the citizens of
/11 j - Clenrfield and vicinity. that he has
( 41 , 1 ,,, e\ permanently located in the shop
(1/4/11; ez I adjoining Lanich's timid, on I'lr.r.
A s • . ~t, ' hot strew, whore the repairing of
"*- " "-." wATcliEs, CLOCKS, JEWEL.
RV, Ste.. will bo executed in the befit manner.
nt the shortest notice and on reasonable tortes.
Also. ENGRAVING execnied nt short nolice.
WATCIIES, Szu.. lost with b u n to be repnired
will. be promptly attended to, nod warrilor
ono year. April 9. 1851.
rffinE someribor, thankful for •pnst favors, res.
Fi peeilully toforms!his eustomemrind the public
generally, that he has removed Ind shop to the hulk
ding over the Post °a loe. lately occupied by IL F.
Ward, nod that he will he (hero found at all times
"on hand" to supply his customers, Unlike sonic 01
his emempornries, Ile is unable to promise that his
Fashions are of the most approved style of ANTI
QUITY. 1.111 will insure them made according to the
Latest Fashion of more modern days.
Clearfield, April 1, 1851.
i n b Eizsoss hnving businuss with the unde ith rsigned
Joisiive ilio l'e3ee, him eer at
iie Dollar" ullii e,ur nt the naive in the panic
inklings lately ourniiiPLl b y Esq. iexriniler.
FALL & WINTER
HAVING tturchnnott the e,T010 , 1 of LOCUM. &
I 11. the to,rouali or 12 enrEeld, fa now oxtentoit al,the
STAN i n loiandid nuortment FALL end NV I:ITELt.
Stich ra Alpsent, Saar. I_,,odtra, Allen Pathmenw. Cal
IC.. Chintzes. Con. horn., Tlckinas. fll °onto tPenchol null
ut.'t'ent had e1nn0..4 ie.'. wl,Le and Itun Flttontls.
and 13/11:11,la ul aL desurietions.
Finny+ Cloth, TA Plc! heavy Deyrenatica. fine. Goat
nWeek Cassitnerev. Dun :.ktit priMe t•ititti
et. and Kentucky Jeans. which arc of the Net (Pala,
rl , ninirte, Gloves. Hosiery, &0.. a Lorca anortruent. and at
Hats and Caps.
Silk. Plush. and ru, li. r nud 4 AP,. of all eons and Jae§
yowl and cheap, to suit ourobauers.
Boots and Shoes
fletve %visite Imnts.Ktv bd.mc.o. ego.. Mena' waronf nit
kind.. !icy.' cod Children.' Ibnt■ and eh et Als
Pine Mcruoed and Vallskin shoe.. Also. Gum 1.0.1 6lioes,
einu knd Coarse, good and cheap.
Good Monne Java COFFEE, Proem. Crashed. awl
Youna Hp". Imperial and lilscS TEAS
Gi t epussiler. tract. Paints. Paint Mashes. [he is, ltvtt.t,ti
Yarn &a., rshreli aie ot the best quality.
9riger•llonte. °deers and Stearn tit rip,—crtd every ertdee
that boom:on:int it, may 'land in corgi ot.
All Iho Above !took of Cre•ds will odd fro C or
ittIsITRY PROI CCE. or. ih3 very lowest terms.
flew call and examine for Poorsell.•rt. rt the
Ceti/field, Nov. 10, It2l.
New Enna & r- inter
At Grahandon, BradjUrd township.
"I` El E subforlber Oen rcr tale, on the mot terms,
I.AItGE AND EXTENAIVE
GOODS. coosigting of
Dry Goods, Hardware, Queensware,
Groceries, Hats, Caps, Bonnets,
Boots and Shoes.
All or which will be sold as low as can be bought elgare hero
in the county.
Perchuers will find of AIIAMTON every. liner iPIIOO n
Of 4 - 1118 usnit'lv trit in nih INTII flTi
w i lh• ghivogacti rf n, ctq small !IdiIIOCLIS let CASH Pat i•
WWI:. or 1.11:011011.
!Nemo 133.111: d examine for gounelv JA es.
MGI3 11. CRAII.I I I.
Orahnintoo. October 1. 15'1.
OYS'IERS ! OYS'FERS!
TZIMITII't3 NEW OYSTER SA 1.1 lON ever Mown , '
Store , west Ike of Market sttke:. WINPIe et,t
mosselt—leak rut uud Clean—eau always
Wheelwright and Chairmaking.
Clearfield, Nov 0. IFSI.
TllEsubscribera festinctrolly inform the citizen. of Clear
field meet. that they are carry tnir on the 10/.110 le.sines.
nt BIM Gl'llltT. one mile west of Gera nom in. whore they
are orrtiarrat to make GU AIRS. SET CEF. 4 and SPIN N I NG-
W of which Cr. manufactured out of tie best
materkt. and warranted—lf reuniter , Ferron. isore to
onrchase niunesor flrticio err respeettul'v ter/Berl t nail en d
examine for themselves, and be ploved to their entre rail,
Tl•ey will keen on bands NVINSOIt al avert
dry:MMus'. FANCY Alltb made to ord.'. iliac. :F
-VICO and Ila ft•ltt.)"M 1 heirs.
N. B.—HOU:3Ir and SIGN TAINTING done on the shur
Rntlenrat. June insl.—utl
s ur MIR LEMON SYRUP for ra'a rit the rrore of
J. L. lIVNTEIL
REA90V.1.8 , .
GEORGE. W. TURNER,
FASHIONABLE 'PALLOR, .
RES.PECTLLN. annotosees to his friends, and Nor
Ito gener ally , that he hes removed his shoe to theth-
West coiner :+etond nod blanket tir.ets, and will homelier
be found in the boildine lately occur:idd as a Dina. slietroc•l,
llutaumal nod "Philssophicll'• stun% Li/ lit. flood, nod ler
paedy b 7 Dr A. M. Did.. a. a Ding r.lora, and known tar
and w by the aura live sign of the fill GOLD Mt/UTAK.
Ile Is there pwared to 1. MAKE. or D" all
garments to his line rosin Atte tlawierr mks of the Orpotuls
down to Miss Li owners late improvement of the "Kawn
Toga." a little quicker. quite as good, end as cheap Out not
any cheaper) Es tney_cau ba m.tle &lowlier°.
dig work will be WARMAN - IEL) to give satisfaction. so
that those wh emoloy him have no risk io ran.
Al kind. of :hauteur g taken In exchange for work. and the
highest pr.cas allowed. July IU, 18.51.
TO PERSONS OUT OF EMPLOYMENT
AMERCAN GIFT BOOKS FOR 1852.
7b Clergymen, Postmasters, Thachers of
Sabbath-Schools, Book AgentS, Stu
dents and Heads of Families.
QE&RS AMERICAN PICTORIAL 01 . 1 K ESTAR
111'11131eat removal to NB WILL.IAM 13TREET. (near
Bonne.) New Yolk.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED.
g'hesubscnber pnWtshes a largo number of most iralunbl
books, very uciptilne:aird of such a moral nut religious 'albi
no., that whit. good men may safely eusege in' their circu
lation, they Wll.l confer n oubsin benefit, and melted a hut
comyensatinn for their labor
'ln young Mu or enterprise and tact, this business oilers an
opportunity for profnabil erthiloytnem soldom to be met with.
Titers is not a town in the Union where a win honest and
welt-disposed nelson min fail wiling from bU to Atilt vcdumes,
according to tho population. .
"PICTORIAL DEscluvrioci. or CHINA AND IN
DIA." lOU pages. and 'THRILLING ltet. IDENTI3
TRH WARS off THE UNITED STAUB," huir payee.—
Retail Price, $ll 60 per volume.
Our publications cue too numerous to be described in an ad.
Any person within/ Ir. embark in the •enterpiise, will' risk
little by sending to. tho Yobilsaer 05. for which he. will re-
retro 'amide copies el the 'redone works. (at wholetali TM'
eq..) carefully lamed. insured: and directed. affording is very
liberal petcentorce to ihe Agent for his trouble. With these he
will loon be able to ascertain the most saleable, Dud older ao •
corillagly. . .
We couch orders from the Trade. Teachers nalSchirol Com
miffeia fur Balks, to whom we tarnish oar own publmetions
and ihoebot all HAI pabtishers to the countrribo lila most fib .
. terni., • •
lUNTuv .ME_IteliNTS eau pracura sub;ztlbers to, and
cell '.';aoA.it'eS Pit:A/121AL WORK/4" cameo a handsome
piotit. and sustain ND IDs . •
Parions wishing Weems in their sale, will receive prompt
by mall, a Guaular containing tull paitionlare. with 'DI.
RD..:I lONS TO YERISONIik DlarUal.:l) ACV AS A
GENTS," loge her with the hums em which they will be
fumbled. by adrenal* thesubicriber. post paid. • •
--- • • HOBERT SEARti.Publlshef
1 1 SOL /0. :. • / 181 Williamtreet, New York.
• ' 'WM. A. WALLACE,
Attorney at Law,
• • CLEARFIELD, PA, • •
QTILL continuos the lunatice of the Law, and oan'et
mu be Wend it las °Moe adJobsing bts residence on
Esmond street. mar 15. Itlso.
BLANK !et aIO ha&
7b the Farmers'of Clairfield county :
N. WiI.EWN. of E.YraYodellie crefiro e nosiry.
I , • worinl respectlisily Omni rho FARMING I .05151UNL-
T 1( or Clenifielit and Or Prin.no cresol, Cher ihrsy
Hann In ma. Inetisiv TlVtl Ann FOUR IIOYF.S.; '1 . 1111E:tql•
'NO dAi.;lllfiLs, of an Improved pnlrrrn The mit liOrkt ,
CYlitiler le hine.tt rho+ lon',Ver than thft 111nrhiscr. h rrioirrn
node at our chop. The (forte rowrr to Oft imerneesl.
No Machina now Ins:Anis to simple.romnstot rind useful.
Itlell AII FM AW. Clearfield. and
ISAAC 131.00 M, Curwonivrile.
Will have ench n Trichina annealing nn hand.Anr prams
making hyphens on to themwill 110 ill rnizhed with Machines
on •lintr notit:".
Nicolas linen Iran purchased by the following persons in
eicarr , `l , llllltl Ol Y.
JOHNTITL A if; WHL(3II.
TIP 1M NN 111 , :a D. .IA MIN A. (IMAM
JOHN NODULE, PaTrERI3ON•
WM. LEONA fill. I. BA IttlEIL
111.10 II ENDLUSON. and others •
13. WILEY - M.
ISAne (11/0411F1R 4 .
Money Saving Machine!
JOSEPH S. FRANCE,
Counsellor and Attorney at Law,
HAVING !twilled Idol Cleorfide.ollershis
pro , ess•ionu I services to the public. All h o se
tiCiel entrusted to him %%ill be promptly attended to.
Beirut Inmitiur %vitli the German language he can
with noire larility transact business for thu Gerniun
portion of ilie coianiuni.y•
Office on Alsrlivt sire( t, one door vest idDr. Lo
Drug store, lately ore II pied by J. L. (;uitlo.
" 800. John G. Knox,
JUR' ph Iluffington,
11. .N. Lee, Esq.,
Dounlly & Gunmen
Hon. Thonoo. ‘Vhite,
A toßo.tor Drum
Gen. IF D. I. osier, Greensburg
‘Vtlimin Uigkr, Cleurliekb
‘Vm 3 Ilemplull,
.n.r.ra-J- .r.r.r.r.r .r.. r.r.r a".r..r.r."." , .." 4 " 4 "
1 1 J. B. 111cENALLYI S
ti -Attorney at Law,
S (laving loenied himself utt Ilio horotigh of ( S$
uktend to nll Irgnl hosinens; s
s ettiritated lo Iffir. iI) prompt neesfidality• a
S OIIICU I %U , dollra ( - quit of die l'roillimolary
ofli,e. , S
SHAD. CODFISH, I
Colleinntly on bond
SALMCN, and for en 'n by
HERRINGS, . J. PALMER & Co..
PORK. lMarl:et Street %Vhurf,
HANIS AND SIDES,Pm I.A DELPIIIA.
LA RD AND CHEESE, I March 1,1851.
Estate of Charles B. Ross, dee'd.
NTOTNT. !Mir EBY GIVEN. that I,etters Adminir
1 . 4 'rt lon 1111 V.. 1.1.1q1 nsante.l In tl.O narlersianed on to
•aIMC 01 I:IIAR.I.ES 11 HI /SS. tale elti.c , w , ll 10 ,
afield county nod nil persons havini r•moonts wall inn
std.! s.ase , ars , toquestml or. innt Odor olnims Ouls Cush.
snuchted Thriondersi‘ntd may be louud nt his incidence In
J. W. LULL. Adm'r.
rill,: so hierttr:r takes th nitAncd ol tentleeng to n g
' ro oz.
/ outs Ms sinew. th is
oolt. I. r the lihoroi owe or 1 , 3 ,
once 011111 t.r bertoomt. nod Ii oes. by swot attest on to
bositt.ss. to mertt a continoart.to of it, sr in •
lb, is N' VOLUM:MING It NEW Itl.ll'l I.Y of r•FASt , NA•
t: nowt:lust vrhtch moo b. fou [ld .ho fe.liowittpt—
111. r.t:IC 1-11,t( owl Ilutu.nt.
ItiNt.ll t MS—Oroteh Earbion owl 11..mb.bito.
PA Nes I'ItINT 4 In volt wtst:PAO•
RI iI:I Mt g. I..AGES Su • /to.
11l :Oft; too 1 , 114 }EA
CAIp I:I.:4—CAItrET-CHAIN rnd coi,onno
4,11, 414,4 , T11-10 , Floors.
Girp 41,10E1.i-11A ItliVy A . llE QUEF.NtWAIIE. &o. Stu
.• l'u 'chosen roo rutp,oit oily inlittd to coil.
.1. L. HUNTER.
Cleat [lrk!. jail" 2l.:811.
Ncw York Importers and Jobbers,
FREEMAN, 110DGF , S, & CO.,
58 LIBERTY STREET,
BETWEEN BROADWAY AN NASSAU STREET
NEAR TIIE PUTT OFFICE
ti ABE ttEcr.tviNG Winter AI ARRIVALS
7 I ram h'ivotisi, r nil and essnitrn ol RICII
FASHIONABLE FANCY olLlt AND MILLINERY
resprictfully nib all Ca%l) Vomit - mew thrironhly to en.
mr inn cat Stock owl Prictis. and, as INTEREST GOV
ERNS. we !eel coal dent nut Goods end rrices will ludase
limn to seiect ItOM Our mtabort.ment. Particular Mlol[lol3l.
devoted to MILLINERY GOODs,innd many of the articles
um man ul arta led ret
flo's!, to our nide, and cannot be tut
pnwrit in linanty. styli. a nd cheapness.twAintruL emusILIBBUNIL for (Int. Cap. Nock,
SATIN AND TAFFETA RIBBONS, of ad widths and
BILKS SATINS. vEtoigni. end UNCUT VELYI:I'B.
FBAIAFLO:YME AERICAN AND FRENCH AILTIFI-
C I. W+.
PC rFINGS AND CAP TRIMMINGS.
LA Wit )IDEIII E. CAP fiti COt..LA RS. UN DER
SCLEVI el AND CO VV: 4I
FINE 1011112 , IVERED AND HEMSTITCH
CRAM:,. LINNET. l'AltLiatieglS. ILLUSION AND
VALI:NI:II:NIBS, BRUSSELS. THREAD. BILK. AND
LISI.V. THREAD LACES.
Kilt rII.K SEWING 811,11. LISLE THREAD, ME
ii , •11..(iVEt. AND MITI'S.
PIGI0 , 1 ) AD MAIN SW ISS. BOOK, BISHOP
.a WN ANT) JA CON Kr MI SLINS.
English, French, American, anal
August tin. lOU —fm.
LITTELL'S LIVING AGE.
Extrattn of Leif rrs Irom Judge Story. ChanceHo
0 Kent mid John Q..mey Adams.
IHAVE: rent the hiogriectu3 with otnt plea s ure; old no
'truly improve the plau. it eon only cbtairt 11,0 Imbue.
Patronage long etiough.und Inrauenouzh and teaurely eDOUOrt
hr attain its true end.. it will contribute Jr. go tuinent degas
to giro n healthy tun. not only to our lUe.titUre. but to Pub'
Ito °lonian. II will enable us to to a !Lodi:irate com•
Paw. a &gnat hb.ary nt the beet Uroduoticiiii of the aao. It
will do morn: It will redeem our periodical IllercoUro from
tho reproaun of being, devoted-to light aud go pertluint leading.
10 110.1111Lary apOCUIOIIOOI, to sickly and eohonwrol tenlimesi•
tnhues,nod lt. go and ex tiavagant sitetc . .es ut lite nod cline*
octet. .1( /t7trPII
Neer York. 9th May. 1814
I notwovo only much of the pion of the 'I.: sit.g role," nod
if it be conducted with the totellidenue, *Milt and taste that
he prospect us indmates. tot w hich I tamp° reason to doubt.)
It will bo ouo 01 the most Instructive andop_.ln! pertudicals
of the clay, J AM ES KENT.
hlogtoo. 6 7 [he., 'P'45.
Mall the Periodical I mmals devoted o Meru Lira rind rod
owe which abotio.l to Eutoi'e and in this country. this has'
oppoured to me the most us& ut It contains indeed the est o
titian only of tips curlew literature of the Eturiteh laturtinge.
but this, be its immense Went nod c.)motenoosion, imludes
postraiture of the human mind In the utmost expulsion of
the urea.nt age. J, ADAAIB.
TERMS -The. Living Aga Is poblirhed evetv lintorday. by
11. eir. CO. corner cf Vternout ami Bromfield
ts, Boston : Price 1'45: hudtt.sr. or ::4IX 1101. LA US a
year In ad vancs. Remittances for any period will be thong.
lolly received end promptly attended to.
To Ruby:ethers within MOD miles, who remit in advance
directly lo the office of publication at !lotion—the sum of
oil X 1101.1..ALt6 , , wo will 11(111DUCI the some beyond the year,
os tune as shat he no equivalent to tt•.o cost of p ot•iee:—thu•
ea; unity uvrtyina oat the (intending owe!) , ati , n's copy to
him ['ovum, Vne u'acing our distant subsciitiers thosattio
looque as I hose ileum to us ; m a ting whole counttY
01.,r ue•ghbinhM.d . •
Wo hop° fo• such return change In the law, or the interpret
lotion thereof, Re wUI Olatbld uc to Irliiie this oiler to subset•-
bers at soy distance -
corrrevrei OF NO. 816 —AUGUST
1. Viable: a Iliogratthy—lort m Chen:theta' Paten for tit*
2, Southern Gates of Egypt—From Chnmaate' Joorual
8. Geyser Fountatns In California—nom ban Francisco Prs•
4. Episodes of fusee hire. Nall—Frazee' !determine.
6. Dottemponeence between fil fabliau and Do la glarok-
FTOII3 Ex BMWS.
6. A Real :Niter of Charity—From Dickens' Household
7. CO Ikerlsm t or the Rtorygf tuv Life—From the Atheneum
8..4 he Minh:hi:Saxon Race-.-Ftem.thesame.
Thatekway's Third Leen:Ho—From hiatolder.
LO AO•iftllift—Prom Chembers'Journel.
POLTRY —Diu% Hettogets :Designing : bo , o :Fragment.
811011 T ARTICLES —Hanle nee, the . Jesuit , 'Nnes to
emu:ou t Mode° Ileum: Postage um , In &eat lltlt.
Cuticus Present : The Wise Man nod tt:e Serpent.
CALIKEREA. —:•,, oda aod Kogan CRACKERS rolved nu
now telling 2t the stow of
SETTLE UP .and SAVE COST
PHI: Subscribe!' hiving closed their Mercantile lidsloess
io this 'piece. request rill lumens husiou.entettleit no.
°ousts with them up cell at their °hi Mud la Cleartle'd nod
girt e Dliti SLAY. or their ecooutits will be kit with
the popes otllsetfoxoollootloa. E. w. r.
MASS, MACIETATtEL by tho g or ,i barrel. as preferred
Lyi Nos, 1-.44 sz,d, _ .. , .
ALl3o—Lelnsflor bIiEHRIriG, for sale ft the store of
al 'Anon. 7. L. 1RP11711%.
WIT BY , . THE Y ARD ,
1 -' -
Th& York Ci ty Dodger: . ,
The _Punch of America.
ris ACII nuristrir ponta - :ning lsoi Iris than I'WENTII tees
pleis'y for ibis paper, • T wee!, • laid. 001410r/I Ar (Cad let ml
tor, all orlaioal-.l.lterature end he Oraino. Follies and Vic•
or ilni day @bowsaw) In an origin& style. '
nicetwienotsuercoilior one doliar notational madiratiee
•Ttip CITY BUIRIMI: Will be fornisbed to clubs at th•
pies to one address • P_riee
6 nu .
10 no "
" rif teen dollars
IO do " " rweety.one dollen
40 do " " , Twenty.sit dollars
10 do " e, ' Tiality dollars
PS do " _. Potty one dollars
100 do ..• " - " . c•-', T'illy dollen
Poor copies will he sent loose nildrore three mouths for one
dollar. A commlnloo of 0S VW OOP% slimed to Postmasters
and others forming clubs et tho above rates.
Alt letters to be addre sit,. \, . T lPro pall. tn
It. r,. ; rbt/THF.4. PI001100f:
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P. B.—Couutry Newsnape A Inserting the above Pros d pectus
onetime, awl giving It an enitorhil notice. will he entitle to
au e. change by sending a walked copy to this race
uaziaympat A ND Oast aiLtUa
stibrodber respectful-71y aroma citizens finalr.
fi 341 count,. that he is cartylogi On the above bon
Market street near,. opposite the 'roulette° of banet outlier('
WhPll he respect:tidy solicits it there of nubile Patronage
lien himself that he ct (womb work to al persons who
may to oleast.d to cell, to their anti satisfaction. Ile wilt
&ma) s have on hard
Cabinet-Work and Windsor Chairs
Of` p tlescriptton. Uphohtered chairs made to order.
ALSO, Dentist, Invalid, and Chamber
Chairs—Chair Beds and Bed Chairs.
The It d Conk can be converted from the 'ATM Chair to a
complete lied in two minutes. and will also fold up so that it
l uny be conveniently .armed ender the arm it is parttcutruly
iul bye for el jittery lacers and for ertfessiot al eentlernin.
N. R madam the limiest manner and ou the shot
lie iespectfuily sofa atel cowl:maw *Rho public pa tron.
rtie. Sept. ii.S. 113.51—.
#lO BoXr.r , I. C. nod I. x. TIN PLATES—now selling
" at En 75 and SU 10 per box.
en 11 , , es Mt )4 WIRES—Poe No. 0 to No. U. 7 cents per
pound—Flom No. II to N 0.113. OS6 cests—averted.
Ito %woo& 111A1CK TIN nt 2S emits por pound.
2.040 ',minds 811 BEST-IRON at IS cents p.lpound—by
Lawittown.-Mal O. 1851
LARGE and well eelezted WALLAC E N jaat received
t. end Int sale by le RILL.
Jam , 3 1831.
ROVER'S INK MANUFACTORY,
NO. 144 RACE STREET,
(Between Fourth and Fifth.oppueito Crown $r
10 7 II ERE the Proprietor is wormed. t.)),
tr ietenscel facilities
T. 10 turnip the growing demand los iiOVER'd
w' 'eh widespn nd repatnon has tentsd.
Ihis In. c so well est tl ebi , s ell e
in the teild (Tieing Ind
conlols nee of the American public that It is sea , esiy ceo , ssa
ry lose, any thing lb its favor. and the manutnetnrer tate
this 000 ,,rtuoity to say that the confolenea thus sccured shag
ani be Oom it.
lu oi.l.tiou to the visions kinds of„Wrlttrig lot, ho also
manurneitves ADAMANTINE CEMS;NT for rnamiteg
Gin. and China. as wall es a animus It AIR Dler : n not
~..cestsry w insuin its loture out, and a SEALING
WAN a.lnutto for Diuggists and Bottlers eta very low
used. in erica or small quantities.
Unionaft a sassed to JOSEPH E. DOVER.
No 144 itaxiti Lip teet,
Mitoses Fourth and F,fth, annosito Crown.
'POE [AM 11'10K for the reel:111M veer, will present
. two)). novel fentutes voted to the arlve...cioY domen , ls al
the t,abho taste. It hes ever hese the ohject•uf the ottblishe.
TO TAKE TIIE LEAD •
Am 'toe the remains Alnasztoes this count y : nod the host
of imit,t-re, who 1111 V.! been constantly fallowies- - telima
litter I ire in vale—are sutilcent to attest hit loithatt soar
con. The prentutnees with which every new idea that he
suaeeNts is adopted by others Is n sefli that 'mon for hit ant
being ten ezolioa and swact in hitvernier.' at what is yet
to room Ilelilt to t Pleas lor others to fol
low. it i. sufficient. however, to ayan all la. eXiStlot pol 3
titer rtaiures of the l.adl 's (took will be retainer - I. mod wool
new ones. poirticri.arle !Mint:Muria a Lady's Uook and Fermis
Magentue. will ue is tr,dud.d. The useful and the elegant
trill t owey. lat Spilt le View
thy 1.13:4711 , P , Owl.: we mast loot for (ho effusions of
oil.ter.n;frds of I .ilernlura. It Is (veins In publish a list
of suffice a to ear. that we hate publishtd artlclos.
nud haver:Merl to publish, from
All the best American Authors—Male
GODF.11"8 LADY'S BOOK for Jannare.l£o. wlll =tale
in mhin ins to the most beat:lWO and numerous Enraviess—
Three a which me Colmed—an tulditinnal quantity of tending
b Arican atithms. There m ut t t
end hm m t e ens or ihoutauds of notices taut we have hom the
contt m Vorary PM , will estObilib it, that it is
TIIE MOST MAGNIFICENT PERIODICAL iNZUT
The patlaher will give IS Nos. for IFD2. that the London
Arts IlisA a would ha proud of, and their price is TEN DOL
LARS a 'ear.
It taus , ho soknowlcdge4 that the Lady's !look caters to the
testa of the American Leilles. it furnishes them with every
thing that can Merest a Lady—curd among others is the fol.
101 , 1011 -
Godey's Reliable Eashion Plates Monthly
W,th full detcriptions—besides ch!t•cbat upon the Fashions
eery mouth giving lull , ga'anatioas of every thing new in
the Fathionabl , World.
Our Model Cottages.
o v pertmcnt occo'lerly or own, acrid.* beauty end
nUlny l our moduls ha. every whe u re been acknowledged.
We hove uailnahtetl Receipts. Model Collates Model Cot'
tat,. Furotture. wins for Window Canains„ Mosta, Crotch
et Work Ittothost. I.l:tt ue. ratchwotti. Crotchet, Flower
WWork,. Work. Chenille Work, I..ace
Collor Wurc. Chtlthen's nod tuloot's Clothes. Caper. Coos.
I :l'errilrelr—le nue, every thing that can laterett a LAI/. will
lied I t. apinOIIIIIIO place in her own hook.
TERMS—Cash in advance.
I copy one year TtlItEE do:lars. novice one year FIVE
lipts I ploy two yens DIVE dollers• 5 cont.. one year
TbN giolln , a 1 cony five years Ts dollars. le copies one
; oar TWE :TY dolitui., and tetra copy to the person reeding
the club ot 10. Addreu, L. A. GOOEY.
113 Chestnut Er met. Philadelphia
GodAy's Lady's Book nod Arthur's Horne Gazette ogle year
for FUUII doll nn.
100 KEGS NAILS. SPIKES & BRADS. at •800
:81 TONS of Arsortrd Dna nt 8 and 8.4 moaner pound.
LOW winds COUNTRY STEEL at o cents per i.ouod,
8 be 10 WINDOW ()LASH a. 82 PO per oox. (Jenal ItP4 )
PUTTY pi 6,5 Opts per woad.
El'it IN G 8 et II cents per pound.
I si. U 1 inch Honor BUCK 1,E3 at GO cents per CMS.
Fl'Ard Dili SADDLE TREES at SI la
WAGON do Do nt 41 cents. Rt. head.
lIIIASS PLATED STlstitliPS at' 42 cants per pair — Vir•
PEGS at CA; cents per quart. 20 'per 'cent. less (or a Peck
.rimr§OI.I,:•LVATHER at 16q per pound—good.
OA TANNED do ID ors . do
LINING (pick) SKINS from 81$ to 60 cants.
DIADKASS BOOT ItIOROIDUU Item 75 cents to $2 CO per
For wile WHOLESALE nod RETAIL at the Hardware
and iron Stoic of F. C.
Lewin ovrn. Pet.. opposiPRANCISCUB.
te T. May's Hotel.
P. B.—A liberal discount to the pude.
jun. 18. 1851.
J. L. 11171`,1WEIL'
GODEI 1 S LADY'S BOOK
a r oc.oo ILCM3 , 4
Increase of Reading Matter 11 I
and Female !
For the Ladies I
American Repertory of Inventions.
'Nethaziics,' Inventors- and Iklanufac
.-Vllth Vol. of the Scientific American.
MESSIiS, 'MUNN' & CO.,
American and 'Fordia o 2a' Patent Agents,
and Publishers of the Scie2itific
I[3 P.,SPLICTPUI.I.Y Den rune° to the publlo that the firs'
nut:ober of , Volurpo 'VI( of this . widely circulates; and
valuable jimenal will ions on the Loth of eentemter. The
new voluma will commence with new type. printed upon pa.
per of a heavier exi ore than that mod the tomtits' gob
tones. It le the intention Puldhhers tilustraiali mom
hail,. by introducing ri presentations .of Prominent events
connected ts lih We edvnucoment'of scienog;' beside! Itiostsh,
tug the usual amount of engravings or new inventions. lt l.
Published weekly in form for lending. and affords ar the end
of the s eor a 'Vandal volume al.ovar four hundred .
wit h a ronions Index. and lions five to six hundred ~
usol.ttgettier with a vast amount .01 practlcal, Interrmittlon
I:oncoming the poloist of invention and diiooverglenfogh
outthe world. 11Piro,11:00 on Nem pr, fraportenew to, ,t her Imo
chime) Inventor. Inanulacturar and general reader which to
not Waist I la the most abler. rotennepeethe oditorr.contributool
And taarrcspontleote being Anon of the highest allainmosts. It
Gaut the pendiug icientilltwOunial of the countiy.
_ I 11,•111V0a0t will find in it a weekiv listorA MOIIOIII Patent
Oltatou reported from the 'Potillit I 'odrilisal haters
MA found to may other weekly publioatmos.
TORN93I--TWO DOLLARS a,lear ; ONE DDLLAR
for eix months;
leVers must be t 3oet. paid and,dlreatod Ur "MUNN &
CO.. Po Wisher' of
,thecw mill° AlltatiCalliur rattan street.
New Volk." , ,
IN pripEmutiTs von .oLupuma.
Anyperson NVII(/ will seed bifbd enbseribere for sin Months;
at our register Wax. shall, ho ontitiod to oae.cqpy (or same
lan s th of time. or wo will fornhh— ,
.Ten 'copies for elsMontha' ' •
• forT • I a • -`-):*
en topics WO qqt je,..,
ftein, apples tbr.Twalvt3fanths . . . ... co
Twenty Copier for Twelve Months .. ' pp
Southero and Western money teems at, pat cahoot..
cogs. Or Post Woe Stamps taken at t.bM di. • •
Farmer, Farrier & Stage Proprietor,
GEO. W. MERCHANT'S '•
CELEBRATED GARGLIN 014
triIiArtHALLELIM IN Tilt tiIIBTORY Or InDICINI
ea tho most remarkable Ratornal Application •
They can't Keep Howe wit out it.
Experience of more than sixieen years has established
the fact that Merchant's Celebrated Gargling Oil, Or Lini.
cereal Family Embrocation, will cure most case's, and re ,
tiara all such as
Spavins, Sweeney, Ringbone, Windgalis, Poll
Evil, Callous, Cracked Heels, Galls of all
kinds, Fresh WoUnds, Sprains, Bruises, Fix.:
tula, Sitfast, Sand Cracks, Strains, Lansenesse
Foundered Feet Scratches or. Grease, Mange,
rtheumatiam, 'Bites of Animals, External Poi'
eons, Painful Nervous Affections, Frost Bites,.
Boils, Corns, Whitlows, Burns and Scalds r
Chapped Hands, Cramps, Con.
tractions of the Muscles. Swellings, Weakness
of the Joints, Caked Breasts, dm. &c. dm.
The unparalleled success of this Oil, in the cure of dui.
eases in Horses and Cattle, and even in human flesh, Is
daily becoming more known to the farming community .
It can hardly be credited, except by those who have been
tar habit of keeping it in'their stables and houses, what,
amount of pain, suffering and time, are saved by
e. 4 timely application of this Oil.
tor lie aure the name of the .sole proprietor, GEORGE
W. MERCHANT Lockport. N. Y., is blown in the side
of the bottle, and n his handwriting over the cork.
All orders addressed to the proprietor will be promptly
Get a Pamphlet of the Agent, and see what vrondety
accomplished by the use of this medicine.
Sold by respectable dealers generally, In the Gniteat
States and Canada. Also by
AGENTS for the above Medicine.
C. P. WATSON, Cloufie!d4Cleted du n k .
HI AMITII. Peenville. d utio
JOHN PATTON. rtyvvensvillo do do
virrroit at McddlNN. rentrip
CUMMINS & BLAJOO. Brookville. Jettison
A. DiCKINIiON. Bel vi !la.&
J. BLEAKLET. Franlil ie. To
Another Scientific Wonder
PEPSIN ! •
1:141,0 3 NT1M Uwattuta
A GREAT DYSPEPSIA CURER.
Propsred from RENNET. or the fourth Stnmech
of the Ox, alter Directions ul BARON LIEBIG,
The gren Physiological Chemist, by J. S.IIOUOII.
TON, pl. D., .NO. 11—North Eighth Street, F
del phis. la.
This is n truly wonderful remedy for INDIGE*TION,
DrerErsiA, JAUNDICE, LIVER COMPLAINT, CON.
IITiPATION. and DEBILITY, Curing Litter Nature's
own method, by Nuture's own 141.111;0e Wattle
• • •Half a tempoonful of thte Fluid, infule(l in W!.
her, will digest ur dusolve. k trE PuoN.Us OF
IioAST ilCe► IN ♦kOUT TWO IIoURS, Out o! th•
n mEsTtoN is chiefly performed la the stomirh by the
IL/ l aid of a Bald which (nen , 1S tut.; from t i tenet costar
that organ. wrote in a cat, of fireth, al4ql the ()elute
J ince This rand is the Great htidvent of the voo.l. the Vett.
Wog. Preserving. end tdimelsting Agent of the totmseh
and intostioes. Without tt there will le no disat : ca —a
convection of rood into Blood rain no natural or the Lodi
but rather a foul. torpid. rueful. and des:lo lit° cor.dittou or
the whole digestive apostates. A weak. hail ...end. or Injured
stomach moo aces no good Gattflu Juice. acd Len.e OD.
ems, distress and detility which emu°.
PEPSIN AND RENNrr
PEPSIN Is the chief elernint, or Crest Digesting P:loth Is
of the Gastric' Juice. It is found in ghat ',Laudation in the,
solid eartsol the human stomach niter oeht h end tamilico%
onuses the stomach to otgest itself, sr cot Pull up• It It ales
Maud in the stomach of animals, as the no. calf. tie It is
the material well by fatmers to mating chem., called bonnet.
theethet of which has Wog teen the Wander of the deity.-.
The curdling of the mils is the tint proccus of digestion Iles.
net possesses estouisbiug pow( r The sbanceh of a es:l witt
enrd•e neatly one thousand times its own weight of Ina.—
Baron Liobig states that "Una pert of Pepsin dusolvod us sixty
thousand pads el water, will digest meet bud other food
Diseased stomachs produce so goad Gastric Juice, [linter, or
Pepsin. Toshow that this west may bus perfectly supplied.
we quote the following
BARON LIEBIO. , In his celebrated work ee. Animal
Chem's:tr. : "An ArtiPmel Direstive Fluid may le ,
hadily olio:deed tram the mucous membrane ol the stnrtech of
a Calf. In which various erk.les of !cod, cs rmtit and veal.
will be &Ilene I.Chaneed, end ihrestAd. precisely in the same
maned as td., woad be in the human &towel,.. '
lIR. Plink:lPA. In Ids lemons :r..atise on "Poo(' tre-111st."
Published by Wilson dr. Co. flew k, rmscab, stales the
some great fact. and deserlb% the wethr.clcl oatalen.—•
There are few higher authorities than Ur. I'erel a
Dr JOHN W. DRAPER. PrOrenqt of •Chemlstry to the
Medical College ol the UnlVc tiny of New York, in his "Ts xt
Beek of Chemistry." pave IBri, Inf. "It has hue', a enestiak
w brittle, al-Wield dsa dirau cdold a ppleraldi—bat it ia neer
asivenally nomilloil that it may
Professor MIN GLIe.OI4 Fhtlatlcivida, in his greet work
on Homan Physiology devotes more tine lift -hakes to ea
examinatlon of this sub j Ct. filsoxperiments whb Dr. Hew
moat. on the Gastric Juice. obtained Ircm the livina ItamsA
stomach and from soloists are well known. "la nit eves,
he suys "digestion occurred as pesfactif to the Actificial as is
AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER.
Dn. tit )VG ['TON'S preparation of PEPSIN him Produced
the most marvellous elects. canna °mint Deb IRV. El:ll3eir
Lion. Nervous Decline. and Dyspeptic (;onitrn. Oen. supposed
to be on the very verge of the grave. It Is popoudge to give
the detallsof eases in the - limn' of this advertisement—bat
authenticated certificates have been reamed of morethan
200 REMARKABLE CURES
In Philadelphia. New York. and Horton alone. 'Mesa will
Dearly all eesperate CMS. and the curer were cut only,rapid
and . w o dear' I. bat permanent
It is a great NERVOUS ANTIDOTE. and from the neon.
Wilds ly small (mantas necessary to prod ticebealthy
it believed to bet. upon
ELECTRO.MAGNEI'IC PRINCIPLES. •
There is no former OLD BTOM ACfl (X)111P1IAINT8 which
it (loos ttot seem to reach end re move at mice No maitre bolt
had they may oe. it GIVEN INSTANT RELIEF. A Oriel*
dove rantoves all the unpleasant siroPromr. and it ooly natal
to be repentre , to, a short lime to mate there Food ellicir per.
maven!. FUlti'l'Y VW BLOOD and VAGOIX tiE tioDY.
follow at once. •it is partiAlat ly excellent la care of Nevares
Voitriting.Crampt. Sorensen or the tutor tr• Stomach. distress
aPer entitle. low. cold state of the DIOPI. Heaviness, Lomita
of Npirits, Despondency. immolation Weakness. tandenoy to
Insanity. titlalli , l4. &C. •
Price. (INF: DOLLAR per bottle. One bottle , will °lid
'elitrct a lasting cure.
PEPSIN IN POWDERS ,
BENT By lamb. FREE OFI/POSTACEr
Po, convenience or Sending to all pails of the country. the`
/LGESTLVE MATTER or lur.-PulalN ir pnt op in th
form otrowdera. with directions to be dissolved In dlloled
alcohol, water. or syrup. by Lie patient. • There powders coal`
tarn ruralist y toe same matter as the bottles. hut t wice frie ,
quantily for the somerice. and will be sent by melk PRE
trF PI triTA G for Noll t iLl s /411' sent (pu..t pald) Dm"
J. s, imucarioN.North Eighib strait Ohio., Pc.
• hie packages for five dollars Every parasite mid' bolt
bean the written shinntate of J. N . 11()UGNION. M. D•i
' ...Aureole -woofed in every town hi the Unit,Alitates.
Very liberal discounts given to the trade. Dru pessiroap
tins c and Boothe lets bad desired to act as artists. , • .• • y
AGE.PFS for I.lleadield e orpsty— . •
ALLA( rF, In iiiIA.N, Clearfield boropLh.?•. :
• VII LiLiAM Moil RIDE. Cu rwentrille.
P. W. -BARNETT, Luthertbunt. . , .•
••IL W: Mina:LE, Union township. " , •
CUMMINGS at mutarrx. New Wasbinigicia.
• , May lita; 1831-Iy. • • . .
Fal b likkerS
riVOMPBONR, IIARTtOCK dt dfaM.A.IMEY et ,
. 1 1:3
ft I thiseedertoolte loaned's the Fa ttatEla4 V ,
VIELD end Ohs turtputntiod contain. hat, URI art IttrL9 l l,
gutted In Inabolnot ming. at Untnfentnale:itannalnin OP" .8
a ISU parlor Eiritotent
TIM , 100 ntoeated to supply. ell °alga ern ifiarti.t IOU&
endo4 the most accommodatios term., These n.aohness.ke
constructed of Ow very :matencyl. anif thelPattem
twee In ewers oathoelar. and, passim, throush the het _esti
a at Mt rata *whined gesso% Atli to alea-alusetalinul
II AF.PAIRIPI I I I of Threslilpe Info dnhl
'ah codas and lathe most antntaattal . tad UnftiOttott
n at, Curvrentville undfl.
, lid Pst),NB! Ttioult-5iN40,44004F,
17 ateteasvllle. dent 4.1 m
1 1 40..gardi o t
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