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SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
OPTO rOR A SABBATH MOR1MNO.
BT THOMAS BUCHANAN HtSD.
Arise ye nations, with rejoicing rise,
And tell your gladness to the listening skies ;
Come out forgetful of the week's turmoil,
From halls of mirth and iron gates of toil ;
Come foith, come forth, and let your joy in
crease Till one loud pten hails the day of peace.
Sing, trembling age, ye youths and maidens,
Ring, ye sweet chimes, from every belfry,
Pour the grand anthem till it soars and swells,
And Heaven seems full of great celestial
Behold the Morn from orient chambers glide,
With shining footsteps, like a radiant bride ;
The gladdened brooks proclaim her on the
And every grove with chdral welcome thrills.
Rise, ye sweet maidens, strew her path with
With sacredjilies from your virgin bowers J
tJo, youths, and meet her with your olive
tJo, age, and greet her with your holiest
See where she cOmesi) her hands upon her
The sainted Sabbath Comes, smiling the world
.. . .
At the last Fair of the Susquehanne Coun
ty Agricultural Society, the premium of $5
was awarded to Rodney Jewett, of Brooklyn,
for the best acre of Indian conij having near
ly 1 19J bushels-l
Gentlemen of this $ociety In presenting my
cluim beforo you again for the premium on
cortl) it is with pleasure that I inform you
that by the bountiful bestowments of a graci
Oils Providence my expectations for my labors
have been more than realized. Last year I
ejected a portion of my field to compete for
the premium, and the yield was at the rate
of 216 bushels of ears per acre. This year I
have selected another part of the same field
Containing one acre and ono porch, from
Which I have harvested 239 i bushels of ears
of the white flint corn. Last year I manured
this piece heavily from the barnyard, spread
and turned under with the sward, then har
rowed and planted with corn, cultivated it
With the harrow and hoe, did not break up
the sward in the process. This spring 1 gave
it a dressing of horse stable manure well rot
ted, which I spread upon the land before
ploughing, about 20 cart loads to the acre
ploughed it under the last week in April, har
rowed the ground the second week in May,
ridged it in high ridges (being careful to move
all the ground under the ridge with the plough
in the process, throwing the ridges about
to the rod) planted across them at about the
same distance (cutting the ridge down with
the hoe so as to lay the corn as low as if the
ground had all been harrowed level.) Soak
ed the corn 12 hours before planting, in i
strong solution of-copperasand vitriol. After
the corn had been up a few days I gave it a
dressing of ashes, plaster and lime, With some
i - i i . i
Done uurneu ami pulverized, as soon as it
was large enough harrowed (crossing the
ridges) and hoed, hilling but little, which
left the surface nearly even. About a week
after the first hoeing I went through it put
ting on the same composition as before ; went
through the corn with plough each way and
hoed it the last week in June, elevating the
hills considerable above the spaces between
them. Sowed plaster on, broadcast, one bush
el to the acre the first week in July. Cut it
tip and put it in shock the last week in Sep
tember, 25 hills to the shock. Finished har
vesting it the 16th inst.
! am firmly of the belief that 160 bushels of
shelled corn may be raised from the acre
which is one bushel to the square perch, from
these facts, that corn will grow and ear well,
at three feet distant between hills each way,
which would give 30J hills to the perch, five
ears to the hill would be 151 ears. Well
120 of my full grown ears will make a bush
el of shelled corn. It can bo easily tried that
two ears will exceed a pint. It is not unrea
sonable to calculate as much as 9 of the lar
gest ears from a hill, which would give 160
bushels to the acre.
The above, gentlemen, is very respectfully
submitted for your consideration.
Yours, Rodney Jewitt.
Brooklyn, Oct. 18, 1847.
Some Curious Disclosures are now being
made by publications from Louis Philippe's
private portfolios found at the Tuileries. A
long letter relating to the Spanish marriage
has been republished in the London Times,
and although it was written by the ex-King
to his daughter, the Queen of the Belgians
part of the language is of so improper a de
scription for the publio eye, that the Stand
ard and several other papers have not given
the passages in English.
As American in Paris, writing to the New
ork Tribune, says:
"But one thing more ; before three months
have gone we shall have war. Either Ger-
many will be a Republic, and then Russia
will make war against Germany and France-;
or Germany will remain monarchial. and the
war will be waged by Russia, England and
Germany against ranee. One of the two is
From the John Donkey.
Why was Adam the swiftest runner who
Because te was first in human race.
Why is a field of rye like a baby 1
t unaiuo ik luun lo vntuieu ueiore it is
Why are the stars the best astronomers !
Because they have itudied (studded) the
iWaveps ever since creation.
If the muses and John Donkey were to
form a co-partnership, under what name
would the firm be known T
' The Aa and Nins (asinine).
WTiy ia John Donkey like a Dutch parson
Because he t'brayt for de people."
Whv do Donkeys eat more in Ireland than
ik4uea there are mor oisri L-norasaes'
qd u sar "cp sscc na scy a?
T his power to emit all xxterrai SORES,
BCROFULOU8 humor., SKIN DI8EASE8,
POISONOUS WOUNDS lo dischargs (heir pu
IfM nutters, tntl then heals them.
It is richly termed All-healing, Tor there it K a re
ly discs, external or internal, that it will not
benefit. I have need H fur the lst fourteen year
for all disc of the cheat, eonaamption and liver,
involving the ntmoet danger and responsibility,
and I declare before heaven and man, that not in
one eingle eat has it failed lo benefit when the pa
tient within the reach of mortal meant.
I have had phyticiana, learned in lha profession.
I have bad minielere of the goepel, judge of the
bench, aldermen, lawyers, gentlemen of the high
est erudition, and multitudes of the poor one it in
every variety of way, and there baa been but one
voire one uniiersal voice aaying t "M'Allitler,
your Ointment ia GOOD."
In Scrofula, Old Bores, Erysepelas, Tetter Li
vet Complaint, Sore Eyea, Quinsy, 8ore Throat,
Bronchitis, Broken or Sore Breast, Tiles, all Cheat
Diseases, such as Asthma. Oppreeaiona, Pain
Alan, Sore Lip, Chapped Hanila, Tumor. Chil
drrn'a Cutaneous Eruption!, Nervoua Disease,
and of the 8pine, there ia no medicine now known
SCALD HEAD. We have cured ease that
dually defied every thing known, aa well aa the
ability oi 10 or SO doctors. One man told ua he
had apent f 300 on hit children without any bene
fit, when a few boxes of Ointment cund them.
BALDNESS It will restore the hair aooncr
than any other thine,.
HEADACHE The aalve haa cured persons
of the headache of IS years' standing, and who
had it tegular every week, ao that vomiting often
took placo. Deaf ess, Ear Achi, and Aoci in
the Face, are cured by thia Ointment with tike
RURN8. It is one of the bent things in the
world for Burns. (Read the direction! around the
RHEUMATISM. It remove almost immedi
ately the inflnmation and entiling when the piin
cea-es. (Read the Directions around the Box.)
COLD FEET. Consumption, Liver Com
plaint, Pain in the cheat or ride, falling off of the
hair, one or the other alwiyi accompaniea cold
feet. (Thia Ointment ia the true remedy.) It is
a sure sign of disease to have Cold feet.
TETTER. There ia nothing belter for the
cure of Tetter.
PILES. Thousands are yearly cured by this
CORNS. Occasional use of the Oinlment will
always keep Corns from growing. People need
never tie troubled with them if they will use it.
Read the following Communication,
Received fiom an old, respected and well known
citizen of Philadalphia. and then judge for your
Philadelphia, 10 mo., 13th, 1846.
To T. B, Peterson, Having been requested
In give my opinion on the merits of M'ALLIS
TER'd SALVE, I am willing to enumerate some
of the benefits which I have experienced in the use
of the article.
In the spring of 1845, I had an attack of Ery
aipelaa in my face which became very painful, and
extended into one of my eyes, being attended with
fever, my distresa waa great and I began to be fear
ful of losing my eye.
Although not much of a believer in what is
commonly called quack medicines, I purchased a
box and made an application to my fare. To my
aurprise the pain aoon abated, and in a week's time
waa entirely cured, and I firmly believe that it
was the aalve, under Providence that cured me.
From that time to the present, I have used the
article aa occasion required, and in every esse where
I have uted it, I have found a decided benefit.
At one time, on going to bed at night, my throat
Waa ao aore lhat I swallowed with difficulty, but
by en application of the salve I waa relieved before
I have uaod it in case of burns, bruises sprains,
and flesh cuts, all with the happiest effects, and
one case of poisoning by a wild vine in the wood,
has been dried up and cured by a few applicitions.
From my own experience, I would atronely re
commend it to all, aa a cheap, convenient, family
I hive become ao partial to it, that I expect to
seep u constantly in my lamuy.
Though not ambitious to appear in print, yet I
cannot refuse to have this communication made
public if judged best to serve the c iuse of humani
ty. Respectfully thine,
No. 26, Old York Road.
CAUTION. N.i Ointment will be genuine
unices the nanu s of James M'Allister, or James
M'Allister it Co., are written with a pen on eve
ry label. JAMES M'ALLISTER,
Sole proprietor of the a''nve medicine.
UfPRlCE, 25 CENTS PER BOX.$
Aoeiits : J. W. FRILINO, Sunbury.
FORSYTH, WIL80N &. Co.,
Dr WM. M. BICKI.EY, Danville,
J. G. CHOUSE. Selinsgrove,
P. C. 8HF.LLER, Lrwisburg,
WM. F.NAGI.E. Milton.
JOHN 8HARPLESS, Cattawiesa.
Feb. 1 9th, 1648. eowly
VENf, VIDI, VICL Dr. ALLEN'S VEGE
TABLE COMPOUND, for the cure .f
DYSPEPSIA. l.IVEIt COMPLAINT. NER
VOUS DEBILITY, BILIOUS AFFECTION'S.
Ac. This Medicine is offered to the public under
the aieuraure that there is no article in eii.tenrs
having ttronoer claims to their consldeiatbw. Be
ing compounded by a regular Graduate nf Jeffer
son College, Philadrlph a, and a practising physi
cian of twenty years' standir g in Philadelphia, hia
long experience has confirmed him in the opinion
th it a comiound medicine was required to prevent
and remedy the debilitation pr ducrd by residing
in low, miamatic climates, and to counteract Hie
pro trating influences of many nervous disorders
with which the human family are afflicted.
DR. ALLEN la a well known pbjsicnm, and
as used the shave medicine in his practice for 8
years with the most axtnnishing effect, having tes
ted ita qualitiea in above
riVB TIIUISAND CASES.
No medicine ever leetivrd more flittering re
commendations from physicians of eminent stand
ing than baa been bestowed on this.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION AND
ITS CONSEQUENCES. An eminent Profes
aor says; "It chiefly arises in persons who lead
either a very sedentary or irregular life. A llhough
not regarded at a fatal disease : yet if neglecttd or
improperly Ireared, may bring on incurable Mr.
Itncholy, Jaundice, Madness, or Veitigo, Palsy
and Apoplexy. A gnat aingularily attendant on
it is, lhat it may and often doea continue a great
length of time without any remission of the symp
CAUSE!. Grief and uneasiness of mind, In
tense study, profuse evacuations, excess in venery,
excessive use of spirituous liquora, tea, tobacco, o
pium, and other narcotics, immoderate repletion,
over distention of the stomach, a deficiency of the
aeeretion of the bile or giairie juice, exposure lo
cold and damp air, are lbs chief causes of ftkis dis
ease. SYMPTOMS Loss of appetite, nausea, aetrt-
bom, acidity, and foetid eructations, gnawing of
ine etomacn wnen empty, uneasiness in lha throat
Jiain in me siue, cosuveneae, dullness, languor,
owneat tif spirits, ptlpitaliooa, and disturbed
TREATMENT. DR. ALLEN'S VEGE
TABLE COMPOUND baa never failed in affor
ding immediate relief, and a ladical cure for ibis
tiy This Medicine can be had of H. B Master,
Sunbury J. C. Martin, Pott.ville; Medlar &
Uickel, Orwigaburgl and of Druggiata generally
ALLEN et WARD, Proprietors.
Philadelphia, Nov. 87, 1 84 7. eq, ly
A GENTS to canvass for aome New and Poru.
- la a Woe as, in every County throughout
ethUmted States. To Agenta, (be moat liberal
encouragement is offered with a small capital
of rrem $33 to 1100. A chance ia offered. hra.
by an Agent tan make from C10 to $33 per week.
iv lurmer particulars, anurets roost
..1 J k ' 11T A V n . r. r. w T
Ao. 168 North Second SI.
Philadelphia, April 1, 1848 8m.
BANK NOTE LIST.
The following list shows the current value of all
Pennsylvania Bank Notes. The most implicit re
liance may he placed upon It, aa it is every toeeh
arefully compared with and corrected from Bick
Banki In Philadelphia.
NOTES AT PAR.
Bank of North America , ,
Bank of the Northern Liberties . ,
Commercial Bank of Penn'a. . ,
Farmers' and Mechanica Bank , ,
Kensington Bank . ,
Philadelphia Bank . . I
Schuylkill Bank . . .
Manufacturers' A Mechanica' Bank
Rank of Penn Township . .
Girard Bank , ,
Bank of Commerce, late Moyameneing
Bank of Pennsylvania .
Bank of Chester County Westchester
Rank of Delaware County Chester
Bank of Oermantow.i Gcrmantown
Bank of Montgomery Co, Norristown
Doylestnwn Bank Doyleatown
Easton Bank Easton
Farmcre' Bonk of Bucks co. Bristol
Bank of Northumberland Northumberland par
Columbia Bank & tlridge co. (Columbia
Farmers Bank of Lancaster Lancistei
Lancaster County Bunk
Farmers' Bank of Reading
Office of Bank of Penn'a.
Office do do
Office do do
Office do do
Lancaster I offices
Reading J do not
Easton J issue n.
Hank of the United States
Miners' Bank of Potlsville
Bank nf Lewistown
Dank of Middletown
Do do branch of
Merchants' & Manuf. Bank
Bank nf Pittsburg
West Branch B.mk
Beike County Bank
Office of Bank of U. S.
Do do do
Do do do
Browns i lie
Bank of Chamhersburg
Bunk of Gettysburg
Bank of Susquehanna Co.
Farmer.' St Drovera' Bank
Monnngahcia Bank of B.
N. B. T he notes of those banks on which we
omit quotations, and aubstitute a dash ( ) are not
purchased by the Philadelphia brokers, with the
exception of those which havo a letter of reference.
Philadelphia Sav. Ins.
Philadelphia Loan Co.
rVhuvlkill Sav. tna.
Kemdngtou Sav. Ins. A
Penn Township Sav. Ins.
Manual Labor Bank (T. W
Alleghany Bank of Pa.
Bunk of Beaver
Bank of 8watara
Bank of Washington
("cut re Bank
Farmers' Si Mcth'cs' Bank
Farmers' & Merli'ca' Bank
Farmers' & Mech'ra' Bank
Northern Bank of I'a.
New Hope Del. Bridge Co.
Northumb'd Union Col. Bk,
North Western Bank of Pa.
Office of Schuylkill Bank
Pa. Act. & Manuf. Dank
Silver Lake Bank
Union Bank of Penn'a.
Huntingdon no sale
Wilkc.hsrre Biidge Co. Wilkesbarre nosale
rrT All notes purporting to be on any Pennsyl
vama Bank not given in the above lit, may be set
Jowii as Irauus.
Bank of New Biunawick
Burlington Co. Bank
Farmers' and Mechanics' Bk
Farmers' and Mechanica' Bk
N. Biunawick failed
Farmer' and Merchants' Bk Middletown Pt. )
franklin Dank o: i. J. Jersey City
llotioken okgcz uiaxing 1.0 Hoboken
lersey City Bank
Jcraey Cily .
Morris Coumy Bank
Monmouth Bk of IS'. J.
Mechanics' and Manuf. Bk
Morris Canal and Bkg Co
Newark Bkg cV Ina Co
New Hope Del Bridge Co
i. J. Manufuc. and Bkg Co
N J Proteclon & Lombard bk Jersey Cily
Orange Bunk Orange
Paterson Bank Peterson
Peoples Bank do
Piinceton Bank Princeton
Salem Banking Co Salem
State Bank Newark
Stale Bank Klizabethlown
State Bank Camden
Slate Bank of Morria Morristowo
Slate Bunk Trenton
Sulem and Philad Manuf Co Salem
Sussex Bank Newton
Trenton Banking Co Trenton
Union Bank Dover
Washington Banking Co. Harkenaack
Bk of Wilm St Braudywine Wilmington
Bank of Delaware Wilmington
Bank of Smyrna Smyrna
Do branch Milford
Farmers' Bk of Slate of Dei Dovel
Do branch Wilmington
Do branch Georgetown
Do branch Newcastle
Union Bank Wilmington
rrT Under 6's
fXJ" On all banks marked thus () there are en
iber counterfeit or altered notes of die varioua de
nominations, in circulation.
Peace with Mexico !
IN FORM 9 the public that in order to bring a
bout a peace with Mexico, he manufactures all
kinds of Rifles, Double and Single Barrelled Shot
Guna, and Double Barrelled Revolving Riflea, at
bis manufactory at Hollowing Run, Lower Au
gusta townthip, Norlhumlerland eouniy, all of
which be will warrant for sil months. Those
who want a first rate article in bit line, can be ac
commodated at lbs tbortest notice and on the moat
reasonable terms. Lovers of sport, give bim a call.
Lower Augusta, Jan. 8, 1848 6m.
South Fourth 8trkct, Above Cubstuvt.
DXC IE SON & CO..
No. 80 Market Street, five doors below
Third, South side,
Importer h. wholesale Dealers In
WATCHES, Watch Gla.se and Materials.
Jewelry of all description., qualities and
styles, composing all the articles connected
with the Trade,
Dixson 4 Son's Britannia, German Silver and 8il-ver-Pltted
Sheffield and Birmingham Plated Fancy Articles.
Kodgera cV 8on'e and Wostenhnlm's Cutlery, Ra
zors, Scissors, Erasers, Detk Knit, dec.
Ivory Handled Table Cutlery, of the finret, medium
and common qualitiea.
A large assortment of Gold Pens.
Papier Mache and Japanned Trays, various ahapea
and qualitiea, St reduced rales.
Gold Watch Caere, Diala and Silver-Ware, of all
descriptions, manufactured to order.
DICKSON & CO., having recently removed
Into the large and commodious warehouse formerly
occupied by Messrs. K. Ashhbrst dr. Sons, and
more recently by AenncaaT Rexiroto., beg
leave to inform Watch Dealers, Country Merchants
and others, that they deatgn having at all times a
arge assortment of Hoods, of their own importa
tion, which they are determined to tell at the lowest
trT Every attention will be paid to the Packing
of Goods, and in the execution of Orders, the quali-
tea and puces will be fully guarantied against all
Philadelphia, June 19th, 1847. ly
SIX YFAKS ASO
THE children began to cry for Sherman's Lo
xenges. The nnise waa not ao loud at that
lime, but it has kept increasing ever since.end now
has become ao great lhat the mouths nf the littlo
ones ran scarce be slopped. Dr. Sherman sympa
thises with the little sufferers, end viry much re
are s that any of them should be disappointed.
Knowing the vast benefit which has been confer
red upon the community by the introduction of
W OHM LOZBHOES,
he has entered into arrangements for enlarging his
Manufactory, liy means of which bethink, he will
he able lo supply the demand. And (he fame pains
and care will be taken, lhat these celebrated Lo
zenges be made as they h ive always been, in or
der that those who depend upon them, may not he
disappointed in their hopes. He knew when hi
commenced the mnnuluc'urc oi tne Worm Unzen
get, that th'y would supersede ine use ni every
other vermifuge, as the Lor.enge is very ptratiimt
lo the taste, theedu in its effects, as well a. certain.
and the quxnlitv lequired to effect a perfect cure.
it very sm ill. I bese properties, in connexion wnh
the f ct that they are sold fir 2ft cents per box. thus
pl.icing them in the reach or the poorest man in
the laud, has not only caused them to tal.c the
place of every other vermifuge ever nllereil, but al
an rendered them popular to the community.
rontinue to cure Coughs, (. Ids, totisiimpt'on,
Asthma, shortness and difficulty of Breathing, ami
other ilisea es of the Lungs, with the same facility
they did on their first introduction, and the pmpU
have now become persuaded by actual opulence,
that on the accession of a l ght cold, they have
only to step to either the Dr's. office, or one of the
Agents, and obtain a box nf his Cuo,h L "Xenges,
wh'ch are very convenient lo carry in ti e pocket,
and to lake a few through ih ' d y. By pursuing
this course a cure is ofien effected in St hour., and
the patient about his husin- s. So great i the ce
lebrity of the Lezengea, thai thousands nf persons
who have used H em, and become acquainted with
their cfT cU, will never be without ihem.
FOOB MAH'S PLASTJIH
has cured more rxses nf Rheumatism, Poll in the
Bark, Side and Chest, Lumao and Wi.ikuess,
than any application that has ever heeo made. As
the celebrity of the Planter has incroard, hundreds
nf unprincipled rascals hove attempted to counter
feit it, and pa'm it off up n the comn. unity as the
genuine, rj" Beware of lb ception. T) Remem
ber that thn true anil eenuine Plaster ia spread up
on reddish paper made eiprea-ly for the puipoee,
and in every eae the signature of Dr. Mhoiman -print
d upon the l ack of the Pb sier, and the whole
secured by Copy Right. None otl ers are gr-nuine.
Therefore wt en you want a real good Sherman's
Poor Man's Plaster, call ot ti e effi-e, 100 Nassau
street, and you wi I not be disappointed.
Remember the number. 108 Na sau St., nhe e
all 1)'. Sherman's Lnzenget are sold. His Agents
are Mra. Have, 139 Fulton street, Drioklvn;
II meson, Williamhurt ; and Redding cV Co.,
Boston, and JOHN YOUNG, Sunbury,
M. A McCA Y, Northumberland.
September 1 lih, 1817. I v.
PUMPS !PUXHPS !!
Improved Hydraulic Pumps,
For Welts, Rolling Mills, Furnaces, or other
riHE subscriber retpeetfully announces 1 1 (he
1 public that he is now prepared to supply or
ders lo any extent for his Patent Double aciion
Suction and Force Pumps. These pumps are
made nf es t iron, nrd the w it. r is tucked or for
ced through lead pipe. For simplicity of construe
lion and durability nf aitinn, they are tattly supe
rior to any now in use. They have many advnn
taues over the common pump, among which are
the following :
They are a constructed that mischievous per
sona cannot spoil their action by introducing nails
or spikes or any other subsumes am.rng the valves,
aa ia often done with other pumps, thereby render
ing them useless till overhauled. They are war
ranted to be perfectly secure from frost. They are
ao arranged aa to afford ample pr tec ion sgainat
Fire about the premises on which they are erected,
by simply attaching a piece uf hose, thro' which
they will force witcr to any pan of, or over, a
three story house. They are particularly adapted
for very deep wells, as the leverage can be so re
gulated that a ehiid of six yeara old cun with the
greatest ease draw water with ihem from the dee
pest wells. The objection ao justly urged by ma
ny, lhat w .ter ia oi. d by standing in pump logs,
is entirely obvhled in this pump, and freb water
can alwaya be as surely obtained as when drawn
with a bucket. In situations where it ia necessa
ry to raise or force Isrte qusntmes ol water to great
distances for supplying boilers in mtils, furnaces,
cVc, these pumps are invaluable, as they can be
made of any arze, and cnpnble of throwing from
13 lo 1000 gallons per minute. ,
And lo crown all, they can be solj ss cheap aa
The subscriber has spent the last yesr in axpe.
limenting upon and perfecting hia pumps and now
brines Ihem before the puhl e with the fullot con
fidence lhat they will be found to answer his de
scription. He takea pleasu.e in referring lo the
following companies and individuals, upon whose
premises his pumps have been erected, and who
have expne-td their satisfaction in the highest
The Montour Iron Company, Danville, H. Bre
voort, agent; the Bloomshwrg Railroad Iron Com
pany. Bloomsburg. Col. Paxton, agent ; the Rough
and Ready Iron Works, Danville, Hancock, Foley
St Co., proprietors ; the town Council of Berwick:
Simon P. Kaec, Esq., and John L. Walaon, Esq.,
He could refei to many others, who have teited
their qualities, but the above leepectahle firms and
individuals sre deemed sufficionl.
An assortment of LEAD PIPE8 constant
ly on hand, which will be sold on the most isaa.rn
able term. All orders addressed to the subscriber,
at Moor St Biddle'a Foundry buildings, or Mon
lour House, Danville will meet with prompt at
tention. HOMER PARMELEE.
Jan. 1, 1848. tf.
raiHE beira of John Yoeum, dee'd., offer for sale
JL all that Farm of theira situsts in Shamokin
township, Northumberland county, near 8nuf
town, and adjoining lha old Sismbtcb eland in
said township, containing about two hundred arret
more or leas, in a good state of cultivation. Tbo
Rail Road from Sunbury to Shsmokinlowo passes
through it. For particulars enquire of
HUGH H. TEATS. SnufBown,
or JOHN PARNS WORTH, Sunbury,
Dee. 1 1, 1847. or any of the heir.
The Grand Purgative
FOR THE CURB OF
Measles, Salt Rheum,
Heart Burn. Worma,
Itching of the Skin,
Colds, Gout, Gravel,
Small Pox, Jaundice,
Paina in the Back,
Palpitation of the Heart,
Rising in the Throat,
Fevera of all kinds,
ABD A ViStETt Ot 0TSJE DISEASES AMS1SO
raoar latroaiTiES ot fas blood, abd ob.
STaCCTIOBS IB TUB OBOABS OS UN
Experience has proved that nearly every Dis
ease originates from Impurities of the Blond or de
rangements of the Digestive Organa t and to secure
Health, we must remove those obstructions or re
store the Blood to its natural atate.
The aversion to taling medicine it most effec
tually removed by Clickrer a Vegetable Pur
(UTivs Pills, being completely enveliipcd with a
rooting of pure white Sugar, (which ia aa distinct
from the internal ingredients as a nui aneti irom
the kerneu abd have na taste or medicise,
But are as easily swallowed aa bits of candy.
Moreover they neither nauiente or gripe in the
slightest degree, hut operate equally on all the dis
eased parta of the system, instead of confining
fhemtclvea to, and racking any particular region,
Thus, if tl.e Liver be affected, one ingirdirnt will
nperate on that particular organ, and, by cleansing
it of an Excess of Bile restore it to its natural
state. Another will operate on the Blood, and
remove all impurities in ita circulation ; whilo a
third will effectually expel whatever impurities
msy have been discharged into the stomach, am
hence they strike at the boot or pifeae, re
move all Impure Humors from the body; open
the porea externally and internally i separate all
foreign and obi oxinus particles from the chyle, so
thrit the blood may be thoroughly pure thun secu
ring a free and healthy action to the Heart, Lungs
and Liver; and thereby they restore health e-
VS" WIIE ALL OTHER MEABS RAVE VAILED.
The entire truth of the above can be aseeitained
by the trial of a single box ; and their virtues are
an positive and certain in res'nrlng Health, that
the proprietor hinds himself to return the money
paid for Ihem in all cases where they do not give
Retail I'rlco, 25 c. per Box.
. Principal office No. 66 Vesey st., N. York.
Sold by JOHN YOUNG, Sunbury,
M. A. McCAY, Northumberland.
d3 Remember Dr. C. V. Clickener is the in
ventor of the Sugar Coated Pills, and that nothing
of the s rt was rver heard nf unlit he introduced
them in June, ISt.t. Purchasers should, Ihercforu,
always ask for Cliekener's Sugar Coated Pills, and
lake no others, or they will be maile the victims of
a fraud. Sept. 18th, 1847. ly eow
COl-flH 1 THE
LUBOS ABE I DAB
OER, THE WORK OT THE
DESTROYER HAS RKEX StOUIt,
the couoh or rossi'MeTi)) hath
l it A incsn or death.
RE YOU A MOI HER1 Your darlinechild.
your idol and earthly iov, is now perhaps
confined lo her chamber by a dangerous cold hi r
pale cheeks, her thin shrunken fingera, tell the
hold di ease haa already gained upon her the
sound of her sepulchral cough pieices your soul.
VUUiSG MAN, when just shout lo enter lite,
disease sheds a heart rru-hing t light over the fair
prospects of the future your hectic cough and fi e
hie limbs lell of your loss and hope, bul you need
not despair. There is a balm which will heal the
wounded lungs, it is
S II E !I tX'S
AL.Ia-IircAL.lN O BALSAM.
Mrs. ATTREE, the wifo of Wm. II. Altree,
Esq. was given up by Dr. Sewall of Washington,
Dis. Roe and McCI. linn of Philad-lnhia, Or. Roe
and Dr. Mott of New York. Her friends ull
thought she must die. She had every appearii.ee
of being in consumption, and was so pronounced
by her phsii iins Sherman's Balsam waa given
and it cured her.
Mrs. GARRABRANTZ, nf Bull's Friry, was
alsi cured of consumption by thia Balsam when
all other remedies foled to give relief she was re
duced lo a skeleton. Dr. A. O. Castle, Dentist.
SMI Bro.idway, has witnessed ilsrffecta in several
ca-ea where no other medicine affoided relief but
the Balsam operated like a charm. Dr. G. also
witnessed i'a wonderful effects in curing Asthma,
which il never fails of doing. Spittinn lll.ro I, alar
ming as ii may be, ia effectually cured by thia Bal
aam. It heala the ruptured or wounded blood
vessels, and conk's the lungs sound again.
Rev. HENRY JONES, lt)S Eiehih avenue,
waa cured nf cough and catarrhal affrcliona I 50
years s anding. The first dose gave him morn re
lief than all the nthei medicine he had ever taken.
Dr. L. J. B. sis, 19 De'ancy street, gave it lo s
sister-in-law who wss laboring under consumption,
and lo another sorely afflicted wilh the Asthma.
In both casta, its effects were immedia e, soou re
timing ihem In comf .rmb'e health.
M rs. LUC It E I I W E LLS, 95 Christie street,
suffered from Asthma 42 years. Sheimin'a lial
earn relieved her at once, and she is comparatively
well, being eimbled to subdue every attack try a
timely use of thia medicine. This indeed ia the
creal remedy for Coughs. Colds, Spitting Blood,
Liver Complaints, and sll H e all clions of the
throat, and even Asthma and Cnusumpiion.
Price 25 cents and $1 per bottle.
Dr. Sherman's Cough and Worm Lozenges, and
Poor Man's Plaster sold aa above.
Dr. Sherman's office is al 106 Nassau st. N. Y.
Agents, JOHN YOUNG, Sunbury.
M. A.M.-CAV, Northumberland
September Uih, 1847. ly
Vegetable l iii vci-t-.nl Pills,
The only known Medicine that at the same time
purges purifies and strengthens the system.
Los no, July 7, 1846.
R. LE ROY'S Pillt are a new medicine
which haa just appeared, and is fist inking
the places of all others of the tine cluss. These
pillt are composed of many ingredients, but the
two principal nnea are Sarsapsrills and Wild Cher
ry, so united that they act together; the one,
through ia admixture with other mh-tstc.s, pu
rifying ud purging, while Ihe other ia alrenutheu
ing the system. Thus thnae pills are at Ihe same
lime tonic and opening; a desideratum long and
eagerly aought for by medical men, bul never be
fore discovered. In other words they do the work
of two medicines, and do it much br Iter than any
two we know of; for they remove nothing frm
thesys'em but the impurities; ao that while ihey
purge they strengthen; and hence they cause no
debilitation, and are followed by no re-action. Dr.
Le Roy'a pilla have a wonderful influence on Ihe
blood ; they not only purify without weakening ii.
bul ihey lemove all noxious parliclea from the chyle
befo.e it ia convened into flu'd. and thus make im
pure blood an utler impoa-ibility. As there is no
debilitation, so thrie is no nausea or sickness at
tending the nparationa of thia most excellent of me
dreines, which never strains nr tortures the diges
tive (unction, but csu-es them lo work in s per.
feclly natural manner ; and hence persons taking
Ihem do not become pale and emcisled, but the
contrary ; for while it ia the properly of the Saras
parilla, united as il ia with other ingredients, to
remove all that ia foreign and impure, il is equally
the properly of the Wild Cherry lo retain all that
ia natural and sound snd hence a robust sts'e of
health ia the certain reault of their united opera
lions, fry Price 85 cents per BOX,
A genu for Le Roy' Pill
J. W. PRII.INO, J .
JOHN YOUNG. $ 8unb"y
M. A. McCAY, Norlbumberl'd.
August Slst, 1847. ly
A LL person Indebted to the subscriber, by
i sot or book accouut, are hereby notified to
call aud aettls the same without delay, in order
to save coats. IRA T. CLEMENT.
Sunbury, April 39, 1818
THIS Medicine I warranted, on oath, not to
contain s panicle nf Calomel, Corrosive Sub
limate, Arsenic, Chloride of Gold, or any delete
The principle upon which thia Medicine acts, Is
by aasisting snd harmonising with nature; ii
drives out sll foul acrimonious humors from the
blood snd body, slid by sasimilsting with snd
strengthening the gattrie juice of the stomach, il
assists digeatfon In short there Is not a vein, arte
rv. muscle or nerVe in the human hodv. lhat if
not atrengthrned by the PANACEA, and it also
possesses the remarkable property of removing
mercury from tba bones snd joints.
FOR ERUPTIONS OF THE 8KIN,
Scurvy, 8corbuiic Affections, Tumors, Scrofula or
Kings Evi , White Swellings, Erysipelas, Ulcers,
Cancers, Running Sores, Scabs and Biles, time
and determined perseverance In D . SWEET
SER'S PANACEA, will effect s cure.
Rejection nf food, Nausea, Vomitings, Nervnut tf
lections, tiilltoua complaints, Head ache. Paleness,
or Female Irregulanlte. Ur.SWEElSEK'S PA
NACEA will soon effect a cure ; but if obstinate
or attended wilh griping, flying pains, the dose
should be increased, and the cure will toon be ef
fected. Let not the patients frighten themselves
with the idea that they sre too we .k to take much
medicine; but bear in mind that thia mildly opera
ting med'eine put not weakness into the frame, but
mott certainly draws weakness out, leaves strength
in Its place, and by giving composed sleep at night
and an appetite lo relish any fond, re-anima'ea ihe
whole frame wi ll vigorous action, clearing the
mind and improving the sight.
SCROFULA AND GLANDULAR AFFEC
TIONS. Scrofula ia said to be heriditary, the infant re
ceiving from its parents the seeds nf litis disease,
which increases with ita years, if neglected and
not submitted to frequent purific .tioll wilh Dr.
S WEET8ER 8 PANACEA. The glands are pla
ced in the corners "of Ihe body, and nut of the way
of direct communication ; their real use Is a subject
on which much difference of opinion prevails; it
suffice us to know lhat when in a diseased slate,
they are capable of being purified and rleimsed by
a long course nf Dr. SWEETSER'S PANA
CEA, which restores them to sound and proper
action. Scrofub us persons can never pav Ion much
attention to their blood, its purification shou'd he
their first thought, for aft. r a long course of perse
verance, they will ever cure heieditiry disease.
In rases of JA VNDICE. ASTHMA. LIVER
COMPLAINTS, 71C DOLOREVX. RUEU
MATISM OR RHEUMATIC GOUT, Dr.
SWEBTSER'S PANACEA cannot be loo high
ly extolled -, it tenches out the viry root nf ihe
disease, and by r moving il from the Blood makes
a cure certain and permineni.
For diseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, Stric
tures. Gravel. Stone, Piles. Fiftula. Uiinary Ob
sfruclinnt and Extreme Costitcnrss Dr. SWEET
SElt'S PANCEA is the best remedy ever irel;
it removes all those acrimonious humor from the
FJIood which give rise lo the above diseases, and
by keeping ihe blood in a pure condition, insures
For DROPSY, FALLING or the BOWELS,
Impiir.lrc of the Blimd, Mercurial Taint. Weak
nesi of the Spine Flam of Blood lo the Head Old
d'tiesn, Singing and Riming Ari se in Ihe Head
and Ears, Dr. et WE ETHER'S PANACEA will
give cert .in relief; in all severe and chronic rases,
Ihe patients cannot be too often reminded that lar
ger doses snd perseverance ill effect a cuie.
In Chills and Fevers, Bilious Fevers. Affections
of the F.iies and Eurs, Spongy and Bleeding
Gums Bronchitis and recent Coughs and Colds,
Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA will he found
perfectly sure and cert iin in its effects.
GRAVEL AND URINARY COM PLAINTS
Those comp'ain a are generally attended wi h
the most fatal consequences, and sre seldom or ne.
ver cuied by the presr-nl mode of treatment ; lhr-y
uu..:y accompany Ihe pitient t r the grave, after
suffering the most excruciating pain and lor, lire.
The catis.' of these complain s are Ihe same as a l
i thcrs. the dross i t the blood hec.im. enr-rus'ed on
the finest narrow passages, whence nr s morbid
reactions and stoppag. a of urine. You will find
the m 'St powerful diuretics of no use, as they only
increase the quantity of urine and do not puify
and strenclhen Ih' parts. Uv puiifving the blin d
wilh Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA, mu re
move Ihe cause of the ili.-e isc, consequent 'y it can
not exist any longer, after sufficient peiscieranee
in its use lias deprived the blood and body of all
acrimonious humors and incrustation.
DISEASES or ths LUNGS-CONSUM PTION
Thia ia a very prevalent and fatal disea-e ; it re
sults mostly from neglected roughs, eolda and bron
chitis, also from impioper treatment in many ut'.er
cases, such aa measles, fevers, iiiflammali ns and
small pox, and a host nf other badly treated diseases;
where the cause, instead nf having been thoroughly
removed from ihe blood and body, have only In en
palliated or removed from one pirl to brerk out in
another. By divesiing y iiur bodies of all fool hu
mors, through the medium of Dr. SWEETsER'S
PANACEA, ihe cure is at once rendered criain
and permanent. K. collect, while there ia acrimo
nious humors d ialing in the circulation, it i ss apt
lo settle on the lungs as any other part of the body ;
this ia the reason that consumption ia to prevalent.
BILES, SORES AND ULCERS,
Which you aee on the exierior, come from ami
have their aource in, the interior, and might just as
well have fettled on your lungs, liver, or any other
patt; which we know they frequently do, snd pro
dues most violent inflammatory disorders. The
humor which occasions these sores is of a highly
acrimonions burning nature. W know it from
the pain it gives in forming, and afterward it ra
pidly ulcerating and corroding ihe flesh and skin
of the part where it breaks out. This shows the
necessity of frequently puiifying the blood with Dr.
SWEETSER'S PANACEA, snd keeping such
malignant humors in sut'jr ction. Should you have
a bile or ulcer, be thankful lhat nature haa taken
trouble to warn you of the danger your life and bo
dy is in, for it ia a warning that the blood is foul.
Had thia aame acrimony alrc'ed the lungs in-tead
ut the surface of your body for its seal, consump
tion of ihe lungs would have, been the'eonsequen. e.
D. lay not then, to purify and cleanse with Dr.
Spinal affections, nlargernent of the bnnee ami
joints, while swellings, hip joint complaint, rup.
lutes, falling of ihe bowels un.l worn disease, will
find a speedy nure in Dr. SIl'EETsER S PA
NACEA. Where the disease ha. been of f ug
standing, the lime required to make s cure will I e
longer; hut the patient may rest assured that a
determined perseverance will effect it.
BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA abd DISEASE OF
These disease proceed from lha seriosity or
corrupt humors of the blood, having ar tiled itself on
Ihe throat and lungs, and slopped Ihem up, so lhat
ihey csnnot draw sufficient air in for respirstion.
Dr. 8 WEE TSER'S PANACEA will give imme
diate relief, and to make th cure perfect and cer
lain, it should be continued soma lime alter, to
free th system of all bad humors.
RHEUMATI8M, RHEUMATIC GOUT AND
Find s safe and speedy cure in Dr. SWEET
SElt'S PA NA CEA. It cure- by searching every
blood ves el and artery, and driving out all impu
rnies and foul humor accumulated therein, which
s the cause of rh umatism, goui snd swellings of
th joints, The delelerou effect of cslomel snd
other miner! poisons, readily yield to ita sovereign
influence ; indeed, when it valaable properties be
come fully known, Ihe use of sll mineral poison will
be consigned to lh tomb of all Ih Capoten,' and
only b thought of as a by -got custom of the dar
ker sges. Dr. Sweetser's Panacea is sUe a ur
cur for dyspepsia, idles, costiveueas, vertigo; bb
ache, psin in th breast and User complaint,
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fever ia always eaueed by disorderly move
ment of the blood, struggling le fiee itself of some
thing that ucumbr it ; in fact, ety kind of fi
ver i nothing more than a struggle between lb
blood and corrupt humors, aud as soan at Ih cor
rupt humors are xpel'ed, yon hive no more fever.
When patient wilh lever submits lo be bled, Of
have hia blood poiaoned with mercury, It weaken
his frsms to such degree, that if he survive! the
process, it always leavet him (uhject I distrcttinf
cnuit, when B limes out of 10 he retorts to ague
pills, powder, or lonie mtsturem this is going from
bad lo worse, aa theae vegetable pill, powder. Ac,
noioing bat mercury snd quinine in disguise,
which may for a lima drive th disease so far into
the body aa not to be perceptible, but very oon It
will break nut again wilh fearful violence. To cure
ague and fever, ihe cause of the disease moat be re
moved out of Ihe Mood ,nj bo,,,. which M ,f.
fi-elually done by uaing Dr. SWEETSER'S PA
NACEA, which purifies; cleanse and strengthen.
It contain nothing that can pnaslbly injure, and Ita
us fat alway a tafegutrd agaihst chills and fevera,
In ah Caars or- Piles, Dr. 8WEET8ER'S
PANACEA will eff.ct very speedy core. It re
moves from ihe blood, stomach and bowels, ell
those foul acrid burning1 humora. which srs the
caute of Piles and CnstiveneS, and by strengthen
ing the digettive organs, improve! every part of llis
FLATULENCY AND WIND.
These diseasee are cau ed by ihe stomach snd
bowels being choked up with viscid alimf matter,
ihe air which enters th.m cannot e-cpe until forced
by some eontrsction nf the stomach to eXpel it
hence the cause of pain. A few doses of Dr.
8WEETSER'S PANACEA will convince the
sufferer that relief is attained.
GREAT MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN.
Parant will find the PANACEA a valuable
medicine fir their children, kerning their bodies in
healthy condition, thereby assisting their g owih
children or grown pet sons, after taking it, are not
liatde to be attacked with an epidemic as before, at
it always leaves the blood in s pure condition, and
ihe ntire system in a strengthened state ; it drive
nut all kinds of weakness from the body and leave
all heal by within.
Will find Dr. 8WE TSER'S PANACEA a medi
c ne purely ad ipted to thoir use. M.n-t ladies du
ring the period of pregnancy are afflicted with pile.
Dr. Sweeiser's Panacea, by regulating Ihe bowels,
sill entirely obviate this, snd its purifying proper
ties on the Mood and fluids, insures lo Ihem heal
thy off pring. No one who is a mother should be
without it, and those who are nursing will find it
of gieat bin. fit lo the health of iheir infants.
For hanenriesa and all diseases of the womb, it
is without a rival in theentire histoiy and catalogue
nf medicines; by its exlrsordinary strengthening
power, it stimulates and strengthens Ihe wnmh, a
weakness uf which it the cause uf failure to have
Under this head msy be classed Palpitation of
the Heart, T'C DnlnreauX or Faceaehe, Neuralgia,
Indigesiion, Toothache, Melauchol) , Hysterics, and
in fact, every disease caused by the aharp, bitii.g,
acrimonious ho nors irritating Ihe nerves ; the
nerves receive the morbid impies-ion from the sto
mach, or rather from the bloi.il through the agency
nf the stomach and dige five organs, and although
other parts of the body are apparently tht seat of
ihe disease, stitl it is caused by the morbid impres
sion conveyed from the blood bv 'he nerves, to that
part, A f. w .h.seiof Dr. SWEET.xElt'S PA
NACEA will toon assure the patient that he ha
the cure in his possession.
ERYSIPELAS, or ST. ANTHONY'S FIRE.
This is an inflammatory di-o der, vr vast end
ed with more or b ss pain. It proceeds from ihe
foul, acrimonious humors lodged in 'he blood end
flu'd-, settling on Ihe lim1 snd face, causing ex
treme pain and fevers; all applications on Ihe sur
face are worse than useless, aa they only I nd to
throw the disea-e in some other part, and perhaps
rauae death. Bleeding ia likewise Hiiprnpcr. To
cure the disease you niu-t gel rid of the cause ; on
ly manage to gel the foul humors out of your bloorf,
and vou will he well in a day. Dr. SWEET
SER'S PANACEA, a thorough purifier of the
blnol, will 8. arch out every impurity in the more
remote p.rts uf ihe body and expel ii through the
medium of the hotels. There ia not a vein, arte,
ry, muscle or organ of the entire frirmewoik nf
man, lhat Dr. Swoetaer'a Fanners docs not im
prove. 'I'o take it when you are ue'l Is to keep
we I ; snd when sick to h. come well.
DU. SWEETSER'S PANACEA, bcinrcom
posed in.lv ut a vegetable matter, or me.lirai nerbs,
and wairanted, on oath, as eontainir g not one par
licl.' of mercurial, mineral, or chimical substances,
is found lo be perfectly harmlrsa lo tire mn-t tender
age, or ihe weakest frame, under anv sige of hu
man sutler ina ; the most pleasant and benign in it
0 eration that was ever off red to the word ; snd
at the same time the most rer'sin in sear. Ling nut
ihe tool of any complaint, however deep, and of
perform nz. a c re.
Price $1 er h .lll.', or six bold, a f.r $5. For
sale, whobsate and mail, at he corner uf
CHARLES And PRATT !r reels Itshim ,.-, nJ
also by GEORGE BRIGHT.
Nov. 6 1847. .'y Sunbury.
ITS AYOlTlio. nc aim: it
Burns, Scalds, and all kinds of Inflamtd
rilOUSEY'3 UNIVERSAL OINTMENT. i
JL ihe most crrmp'e e Burn Antidoteever known.
It instan'ly, (and as if by Magic) stops pains nf the
mn-t despeiate Bums ami Scalds. For old Sores,
Bin ses, Cut, Sprains, Ac, on man or beast, it ia
ihe beat application thai can he made. Thouaands
have tried and thousands pr rise it. It ia the most
ptifect master of pain ever discovered. All who
use recommend it. Every family should be provj
dej with il. None can lell how soon torn of the
family msy need it.
(jj Olrserve each box of the genuire Ointment
has the name ol S. Toi'set written on the outside
label. To imitate thi is forgery.
Boatmen, Liv. ry Men, Farmers, and all who use
Horses, will find ihis Ointment the very Ires! thing
Ihey can use for Collar Galls, Scratches, Kicks, Ac.
Sic, on their animals. Sorely every merciful man
would keep hi. animals as free from pain as poaar
ble- Tuusey's Universal Ointment is all that i ro
quired. 'Pry it.
BITES OF INSECTS. For th sling or bite
of poisonous Insects, Tousey's Ointrrent is unri
vailed. Hundreds have tried it and found it good.
PILES CURED I For the Pile, Tousey'. U
niversal Oin menl is one of lb best Remedies that
can be applied. All who bsv tried it foi th Pi!ee
OLD SORES CURED. For olJ obstinate
Sons, there is nothing equal to Tooaey't Oint
ment. A person in Msniius had, for a numlier of
years, a tore leg lhal baffleJ the skill of the doctors.
Tousey a Ointmeni ws recommended by on of
the visiiing physicians, (who knew its great virtue,!
and two botes produced more benefit Ihsn ihe pa
tieni had received from any and a I previous reme
dies. Lai all Iry it. '
BURNS AND SCALDS CURED. Thomrand
of cases of Burn and Scalds, in all part of th'
country, have been Cur. d by Tousey 'a Universal1
I liniment. Certificate enough could be bad lo filf
Ihe whole nf this sheer.
VIOLENT BRUISES CURED. Testirooni.
alt on testimonials, in favor of Tousey's LTintrtenf
for curing Bruises, have been off, red ihe prorhie
tor. Hundreds in Syraru-e will certify to ita great
meiita in reli Vint lb pain of the moat severe Bruise
All persons should try it.
SCALD HEAD CURED. 8re of eises of
Scald Head have been cured by Tou y' Oint
ment. Try it il seldom f.i.
8AI.T RHEUM CUBED. Ofa'l ih recrwdi
ever discovered f r this most disagreeable complaint,
Touaey' I'n vsr-al Ointment it ih most complete,
II never was kn wn t fail.
CHAPPKD HANDS CAN BE CURED. -Tousry'a
Universal Ointment will alwaya cure the'
worst rase of Chapped Hands, Scoict of persona
will state this.
SOKE LIPS CURED. For the cur of 8or
Lips, there was never anything made equal ro Ton-'
eey'f Ointment. It I sur lo etn rhtoi. Try it'
It ia a scientific compound, warranted not to con
sin any preparation of Mercury, rry Price tfP
cent per bos. For further particulars eoncernins
thi really vtlusbl Ointment, Ih public are refer-"
red lo Pamphlet, lo be had gratia, of respectable
Diuggisl sud Merchaut throughout Ih Cnitedjf
Prepared by ELLIOT A. TOUSEY, Druggist,
Syracuse. Pur sale By
JOHN YOUNG. Sonbory,
M. A. McCAY, NorthumbeilantL
Sept. II ih, 1817. ly w