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SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
EDITORIAL ind SELECTED.
Those Valuable Remedies. -Green's
Oxygenated bitters, a most valuable discov
ery tot the cure of dyspepsia, and Dr. Os
good's Indian Chologogue, a never failing
cure for Fever and Ague can be had by
applying to H. B. Masser, agent for the
proprietors.- ' -
n - . .- , i. i i , 1 1 . .
' Governor Owsley, of Kentucky, has tender
ed the appointment of U, 8. Senator to Henry
Clay, to fill the vaoancy occasioned by the
resignation of Mr. Crittenden. Mr. Clay,
however, has declined the .honor proposed to
be conferred upon hiin. , : i .-. - ;; s
: Ex-Governor Melenlt has since "been ap
pointed Senator in the place of Mr. Critten
den. ., , ''.'..., .
Thanksoivino roa Peace. The Bishop of
Pennsylvania has set forth a form of thanks
giving for peace, in accordance with Canon
xlvii of 1832, to be used in the churches of
that diocese during the present and the en
Harvest. Most of the wheat has been
cut in Anne Arundel county, MJ. By the
1st of July, in Catoctin valley, Frederick coun
ty, where the wheat is good, but thd oat
dwarfish, harvest will mostly have finished.
; Smithsonian Institute. The length of
the Smithsonian Istitute is four hundred and
fifty feet. Its breadth at the towers is one
hundred and fifty feet, its general breadth
The corn crop of the West this year will
be immense enough to feed two or throe
nations. The gold mines of Mexico may be
very convenient, but the world could do with
out.them much better than it could dispense
with our golden hills of corn.
The Courrier des Etats Unis says that Gui
?.ot has not visited Louis Phillippe since their
residence in England, and that he denounces
him as the author of his own downfall, and
that of those connected with him.
The Washington brought $30,000 in specie
belonging to a French gentleman, which was
sent here for investment in American securi
ties. He had previously sent 840,000 for the
Speculatino on the Soldier. The Wash
ington Union warns the volunteers of compa
nies forming in New Orleans, and in other pla
ces, not to speculate on the soldier, by misre
presenting the value of their land warrants,
and by other foul devices. Land warrants
are cw selling in Washington city from 41 15
to St 23, and treasury scrip sells forabout S95.
Congress is taking further steps to protect the
soldier from fraud.
Will Not Stat Nominated. General
Henry Dodge, who was nominated for the
Vice President on the Utica ticket, goes for
Cass and Butlei.
The New York Tribune advises those
Whigs who are determined to break with
their party because of Taylor's nomination,
to go for Van Buren.
Recent Experiments prove that if fish
cet beyond a certain depth in the sea, they
die from th- pressure of the water, beyond
a certain amount of which they cannot sup
port. rBIZ.ASEI.rHZA 9XABKET.
Wkdnkiimv, Jure 28, 18)8.
Flour Is inactive, with sales at 35 37- u
85 50 for common Penna extra $5, 6.
Corn Meal Is steady at S2 37 a $2 31.
Rte Flour Is quiet at about S3 5G a 3
Grain Wheat Prime while SI 25 a St
27 ; red is worth 1 18 a $1 20.
Rye Small sales Penna. at 70c, per bushel.
Corn Southern yellow is worth 32,
Oats Are dull at about 38c for Penn.;
Whiskey Sales in bbls at 22c, inhhds 21
a 21 te.
Office of I he Uai.tii Auaaicsa, June 62
Grain Very little Wheut arriving. A
cargo of Virginia red, the only parcel in mui
Icet to-day of any consequence, was sold lit
110 and 114 cts. We quotejjood to prime at
105al!5cts. No now Wheat has yet ap
peared. Sales of Corn to-day at 40a4 1 cts. for white
and 46 cts. for yellow.
We quote Rye at 65 cts. Sales of Oats at
.-3S 34 eta.
Whisket. The demand is very limited,
.and sales small. We quote hhds. at 21 i cts.
and bbls. at 224 cU.
Curreeltd weekly by Henry Matter.
AVmt, .... 137,
Cork, .... 60
nT. . 40
UcTTsm, - . . 13
Ksas, .... .8
Flush, ... . us
Tl, . . ' B
HacsLS Fist. 11
Daiau Aretts, . 75
Do.. Psicuis, 160
G. M. YORKS
RF.SPECTFULLY offers himself to be ebx
tors of Northumberland County ss s csnJi
date f. t lbs office or
And will sndeavor, if elected, to discharge the
duties of the said office faithfully snd impartial-
'''Sun ury, July 1, 1848.
TdfrtE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
. LAND COUNTY. , .,
THE'siilMerlWer offers kimsalf to Ike lectors
of NorthoanberUod Cooaty, sa csadtdsto
; PROTIIONOTART, &C.
Should hs U fsvd k 'jority of votes,
he will MIS . MSrtioss to reader genersl
..tiafsctioV JOHN FAUNS WORTH.
June 17, IIU-
TO THE ELECTORS OP NnRTHUMBER
Fillow Cmxaa : Encouraged by many
of my friends. I herewith offer myself to your,
eoniiddtstio i m a candidate for the
OFFICE OF SHERIFF
st the tsnroachins; election- . Should 1 be so
fortunate st to receive a majority of your votes.
I thill .endeavor to rei der genersl sit sfactioo.
, HENRY J. READER
Delaware townehip, June 81, 1848. ,
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
LAND COUNTY V
Fsi.i.ow Citimks t Through the encourage
ment of my friends, I offer myself s randi.
date for the office of '
COUNTY COMMISSION It.
Should I be so fortunate at to receive the of
fice, I shall endeavor to jive general satisfaction.
- ' - FRANCIS BOCHER.
Sunhury, June 54, 18-18
TO THE ELECTORS OK IN OR THUMB Elf.
Fsi.i.ow Citizens' By the encouragement
of my friends, I am induced to offer myaelf aia
rnndnlnte for the office of
KKGISTER fc RECOKDKK.
Should I be elected, I shall make every effort
to render general satiifaction.
Upper Augusta, June 34, 18 J8.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
AT the solicitation of a number of my friends
I hereby offer myself as a candidate for
REGISTER & RECORDER AND
Clerk or the Orphans' Court.
Having had aeveral years experience in the du
ties of the office in this county, I think I shall be
able to discharge the duties thereof with entile
satisfaction. JOHN P. PUliSEL.
Sunbury, June 17, 1848.
TO THE ELF.CTORS OF NORTHUMBER
FELLOW CITIZENS. Encouraged by ma
ny of my friends throughout our county, t
oiler myself to" your consideration as a etiiiuidate
lor the office of
REGISTER AND RECORDER,
at the next general Election. Should my Mlow
citizen lavor me with a majority of their votes,
should spare no exertion to nihil the unties of
sud office with fidelity and to the satisfaction
of all. MARTIN IRWIN.
Sunbury, June 3, ISIS.
THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
ELLOW CITIZENS : Encouraged by ma
ny of my friends, I respectfully offer my
self as a candidate for the office of
REGISTER AND RECORDER,
and Clerk of the Orphans' Court,
At the approaching election. Should I be fa
vored with a majority of your votes, I will spare
no exertions to render general satisfaction.
Delaware township, May 13, 1818.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
I RESPECTFULLY inform you as a citizen
of Northumberland county, that my friends
in the four lower townships, made a solicita
tion, or call, these three years, to offer mysell
to the citizens of our county, as a candidate fur
the office of
REGISTER AND RECORDER,
and I flatter myself capable of fulfilling the du
ties ol said othce accoiding to law. As I am
disabled to do any thing else but teaching school.
which I followed seventeen years, and under
stand both English, anil German, which is ne
cessary. &c , JOHN HENRY KREBS.
Upper Mahonoy, May 27, IS 18
CJeorRc J. Weaver,
ROPE MAKER & SHIP CHANDLER.
Nj. til Water Street and No. It Karth Wharves
f.S cona'anlly on hand, s genrr 1 asaort
ment of Cordage, Seine Twines. Ac, viz:
I ur'il Hopes, Fishing Hopes, While Rii;k-, M.illil-
In Ropes, Tow Lines for Canal Doatx. Also, s
complete assortment of Seine Twinea, Ac, such an
Hemp Shad and Herring Twine, Dent Patent Gill
Nei Twine, Cotton Shod and Herring Twii e, Shoe
Thread. Ac. ike. Also, Bed Cord. Plwuuh Line.
II idler, Truce. Cotton and Linen Carpel Chains,
Ac, all of which he will dispose of on reason ihle
Philadelphia, June 81, 1848. ly
E. II. SMITH,
Tockct Ilouk mid Morocco Case
jlas succeeded B P. SISTY, at the Old Stand
I J- SI J CHESNUT Street, Philadelphia
Pocket Books, linkers' Caaei and Portfolios of
every description, Port Mannare, Ivory Tablets
Card Cases, Dressing Cases, Segar do, Writing
l.i , Backgammon Boa ids & Chessmen, Gold
Pens, Snyder's, Chapman's, and Saunder's Razor
Mropi; Kenny's Tally bo Razors, Rodgers's
Wade & Butcher's Jackson, Chinese and Egyp
tain Razors, Pen Knives and Scissors, of every
description, Dowie and Dirk Knives; also, s
Uige assortment of Fancy Stationery, at the
Jobbing done with neatness snd despatch.
Philadelphia, June 81, 1848 3ns
GREAT BAT, CAP, 4XD FIR ESTABLISIISEM,
Xo. lO I. Chestnut Street,
Between Third and Fourth Sis.
fllHE Advertiser has constantly on hand and
J. manufacturing, every description ol HATS
and CAPS, of the latest and most appioved fash
ions, consisting of
YOUTHS' HAM AND t APS,
In variety, among which is new arti
cle for Spring and Summer wear.
MILITARY CHAPEAUX CAPS
ect, made according to the Army and Navy re
gulations snd for superioity ot finish uu.l mate
rial, have never been auroaased
THE SUMMER FASMOX
For g-ntlemen, consisting of Fine Rockey Moun
tain Beaver and Gossamer Hats, (veiy light,)
Panamas. Leghorns, Fine Cobourgs, ret., ect.
Also fine Straw, Braid, and Hair Cloib 'aps;
Ladies Riding Hats snd Caps of entirely new
tvle. in fact the largest assortment ever before
offered to the public; being as low in price as
any Establishment in th country
Remember CHARLES OAKl'ORD,
Ko. 104, Chetnut tlreet, be!we,n
Third and Fourth tlreelt
June 31, 1848 ly
THOMAS C. GARRETT & CO.
? C2 333 t3B S3
P'aied and Britannia Ware, Cutlery, sod
Fanes Goods, and Manufacturer ef Jew.
elry sod 8ilei Ware, lit Cheanul street, Phila
delphia; have received hy lets arrivals s large and
handsome e'otk or English and French Watches,
and Martde. Porcelain and Fancy Clocks.
Plated Urns. Castors. Oske Baskets, High and
CbsmberCandtectiek Soup Ladlae. Bosons and
Fork. Alee a good assort meal of Ufiutaoia
Wans and Tino Untlery. -t
Thetratoekof JBWELtYle largo and oflho
moat fifhionaUe kipu. snd they are well supplied
with Silver Spooew. Forks, Mugs, Napkin Rings,
Butter Knivea. Vs., and l boat ns-tking eny duse
p'sy of pilcee in tb puMM prtnts. ibey are
parsd la ssll ss low a the who do, and lntie
P'isens wishing te fnrchaee to eall.
Pbil'dl'h,a, Juns K, 184i.-m
S. J. MEGARGEE & CO.
IMPORTING AND COMMtSBIOTI
And Dealtrt in Paper, and Paper Manufactu
No. 39 Commerce st , PHILADELPHIA.
KEEP constantly on hand large asort
ment of printing and other paper. News
papers in the country, can be supplied at all
times, with paper of any size and quality, st
the lowest prices. t
. I'hiladelphia, June 17th, 1848. .) :
... Wardrobe of Fashionable .
J. W. & E. D. STOKES, J
CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, i
No. 194 Market Street. Fini Clothing store be
,, i OW Sixth, ,,'
... PlIILADKLrHIA, ;..-..' , i
J HERE they are constantly engaged in get.
ting np from the best French, English and
African c'oth. c'nthing cnt and made up in the
moat superior and fashionable sty e. i'ersons
who buy to set', will find a large and excellent
stock at the lowest city prices. C othing made
up to order, ins superior style at the shortest
N. B. Odd Fellows Rega'ia. a large assort,
ment always on band. Orders from Lodges snd
individual prompt'y attended to on the most res
I'hilade'phia, June 3, 1818 lr
FRENcTf RE VoiUTION
TYRANTS as well as Monopolies, must fall,
so must prices. That this is a fact can be
proved by calling at
No. 72 North 2d street, nbove Arch,
IAZ IK It A V,
FINE COLD AND SILVER WATCHES
LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED,
, Wholesale and itetatt,
The stock consists in part of Gold and Silver
Levera ; I'Epinrs and Quartier Watches 1 Jewel
ry of the newest and most fashionable patterns.
" SILVKIt SPOCN1. .fc. Particular attention
paid to these articles, the iualtu ofwhuhis
No I. and workmanship ililto. The establish
ment of LK HI.'RAY has been well known I'Oft
FOUtiTY YE A US, in SECOND Street, and
has made a character which needs no pulling.
Silver TEASPOONS as low as 51,00 per sett
can be ninde fur less if wished.
WATCA CLASSES Plain. 10 cts; Patent,
15; Lunette. 21) cts; other articles in propor
tion. ltemembn, you can buy here below any pub
lished list of prices in this City or New York.
Wutrh Repairing particularly attended to, and
warranted to give satisfaction
N B. Old Cold and Silver boiiaht for rnsh or
taken in exchange at (don't forget the No Ti)
North Second Street, above Arch. Philadelphia.
Sept. 83. 117 ly c May 6, 1818
DR. TOW WSEN'J'S COBPOUSD EXTRACT (IF
rplllS Kxinct in put up in (jiitirt Ixittlm. It ii fix times
til. It rtirvB ilirifiict-a without vomiting, purjiinjf, wirk
uvnf, tir dchiliuiliiig Urn pulicnt, unit is purlic ultirly mlnpttil
'rU FAI.t AND SPRING MEDICINE.
Tlie grtnt lw:uity und superi'trity ui' this H:irKiiurilL-i over
other ret i ut I it in. whilst it eratlii'utuiiJi.HMuiti,
it iiiviptratPB the b -rly.
Chiiiiee uml Strengthrii.
Consumption cjii Ih riintl.
Briirhitis. C'Miontiipiinn. IsiviT C niplmnt, Colrtu, C nifrhff,
CttUrrh. Asthnw. Spittiiien' Blor1,l4'rmHWP in the
Client, Hectic ritili, NikIiI Swuat, Ditii
ciilt und Pm'tiKf fcxwTttirutinii,
rih! Piiiu In tlin 8iile,
liuve hiwI chii Ik) curnl.
lrilmlly iht-rr never won n rnni'tly tluit ha wen m miN
coMful in ilexpcritte rwpi ol' ctMimimptiou ui thin ; it elpjin
arts ami utreittiiuiis the avutcni, awl upfeari to heul the ul
cer mi the In i iff, uml pat i cilia gradimlly regain their usuul
Iieullh ami ulrenuih.
iM'KlorH CASK OP COXWMPTIOX.
'lliere im Kcureely a tl iy piiwcs btit there are a uuiuImt "f
iMffin .h rHiKiiuiptmii reimneil am cured by the um Dr.
'INiwiswu'ii Siriitiirill:i. The foll'wiitg was recently re
rei vet I :
Dr. Townhp.nu Defir Sir: For tlm birt three years I
have 1ccii ut11i:teil with penenil debility, ami nervoii cm
niiipti'Mt of the biMt 8i:ie, ami titl not expect to ever pun
nry henllh at nil. Alter p'inK throunh n ourw? of meJieine
miller the cure ol h mie o the in ni hs; iitf iiinijifl reulur
phyntL'iuiis niul uieuiberB ol the IJ nirtJ ol Jliiilth lit ev
Viik anil elite where, nnl ffpemling the m st of my enininus j
in attempting to reuaiii my heiilth, mid nfter re uliiuf in t
mie ptipiT ot' your Siricipttrill i I rea -Ived to try it. Alter !
iwiu six Intlle't I I'-iimd ir d ne me ere; it g d, ami called
to nee vou at vmir otiice : with vmir advice I kept on, uml
rio iivwi hiar:il llcmk you lor yur ndviee. 1 eraevere iu
taking the Sannpariii-i, uml liuve Ihc uble toatleml to my
UKti.il til . tin I' r the hxi lour in 'utltc, nud I hope by the
lileAiiiiii of 01 and your S:iriwirill:i to continue my
iiexilth. It lid lied me iVvond the cx-etnf i-Mt of nil who
knew my mae. IIAKM (JL IMUY
Orange, Kwiex c . X. J., Auir. i, 1M7.
Slatcof New Jeiaey, l'.saex county, ws. Charles Q nim
by being duly sworn actmling to law, on his oath sttith,
t hat the foregoing sUitement is true according to the best of
hwkuowledneiiml belief. I'lIAUIsttt tl IAIBV.
Sw ru iiuti suhseriliixl to before me nt Orange, the 'id
Aupift, 1.7. CVKI S BALDWIN.
Justice of the I'euce.
Hcid (he f U witigT and s:iy that c inunmtioi. is hi incu
rable if y m ran :
New York, April 1I7.
Dr. Town-end : I verilv believe lli.it your Sursapnrilki
has been the iihtiim. thrugli rrovijenee, of auviiig my lite
I hnvef ir sever. 1 1 year had a hud rough. It U-cwine worse
und worse. At tn'st I raised Innr o uumitities of blOJit. Iisul
night swifts und wan greenly debilitated nud reiluccil, mid
did n it expect to live. I have only used our S;iritapiirilla
but a shirt time, nnl there bus a wonderful ehaiure been
wrouirht in me. 1 am now able to walk all over the city.
I raise m Uo.xl, nud my r Migh has left nte. You cuu well
imugine that I am thankful It these rcHults. Yiur obtxli
cut servant. WM. HCSSEMs, 63 Catharine st.
LOST 11KH tiEKCH.
The annexed certilicate tells a simple and truthful story
of suffering and relief. There are lh Kisuuds of si miliir ca
ses in this city and Brooklyn, and yet there are thoufniHts
ot' parents let their chiklreu die lor fear of being humbugged
or to save a few alulhngs.
Rro klyn, ftejit. 13, 147.
Dr. Towxskkd: I take pleasure in slating, for the bene
fit of those whom it may eomeni, that my daughter, two
years und six m oaths old, wus alflicted with general de
bility nnd loss of apecch. She wus given up us past je
c very by our family physician ; but fortunately 1 wus re
commended by friend to try your Suraaparillu. )tel rc
having used one bqUle the uncovered her speth and was
euubled to walk ulotie, to the uat uishinciit of all who were
an i ua inted with the cireumstuiicea. She isiHiwmiilewell,
and in much In-iter health than site has beeu fur 18 mmths
puat. JOSK1MI TAYIaOIt, l York at.. Ur.Joklyu.
TWO nill.DKKX SAVED.
Very few families indeed in fact we have nit heard of
one that used Dr. Towi-send'a Snmiparilla in time, I eat
any chiklreu the past Summer, while those that did not,
sickened and died. The cereificute we publish beiow is
conclusive eviduiico of its value, and is only another instance
of its saving the lives tit' children t
Dr. Towssenu Dear Sir : I hud two children cured by
your 8. i ran Hir ilia of the summer complaint and dyseutary;
one wus only Id mouth old ami tlw other 3 years. They
wera very much reduced, uud we exvectvd they would die ;
they were given up by tw rcspcrtuhle plnsicmns. When
the doctor Informed us that we taunt kae them, we resol
ved to try yimr HjrsjpnriUa wa had heurd ao much of, but
had little cHindeuce, tliere being so umeb stud advertised
that is worthlcM: but we are iliuukl'ul lliut we did, for it
iitnimibtedly snvrd the lives of b th. 1 write this lliat oth
ers may be induced to use it. Yours, respectfully,
' Mvrlle-uvciine, ltriLlvu. Sept. 1.9, 147.
TO THE I, AIM IS.
GREAT PKMAleK MEDICINE.
DR.TowisiNi,SA4tsAPAKiLi.A in u sovereign and Seedy
'itre lor incipient cimmmptioa, and lor the general pr stra
I 'ii of the sviteui no matter whether the remit of inhe
rent cause or causes, produced by irregularity, illness or no
eileiit. othini can lie in re suritrifinn th in Us lu uroratimr ef
fects on tlie Ii iu nan frame. Persons all weakness and las
s tude, frtim taking it at once btx-oois r 4ust awl lull of
energy under Hs luHiteiM-e. 11 limuedmlely c Miiiteracu the
uervelessiuesa of the feuiale fruiue, which is the great cuuae
It will not be expected of us, in cases of ao delicate a na
ture, to exhibit certitieates ol rures erformed, bid we can
cwtiie the ftlilietixl lliut bmulretU ot' cases have been repor
led to us.
D. Townkm: Mr wife Witiir i?rentlv distrtwaed bv
weukness and geuerul debiliiy, and atunvniig continually by
puiu and with other dntivuliitia, uud having known vases
where your inndieine has eft eel cd great cures; and ala
hmriiur It recommended tor sueli cases aa I have described.
1 obtained a Uaile y mr Kxlruet of tSurna;Mrilla and fol
1 .wed the directions yai gave me. In a short period it
reinnvert her cimpmuua mi l restored her to health. Ueiug
frretitiul for the Isenetits site received, I tak nleusure in
thusackuuwluilKiug it, and roeauuuenduui it to the public.
M. D. MOORE,
Albany, Aug. 17, '44 c r. Grand 4 Lydia ata.
So fluid or mediciiw has ever beeu diaAovarad which ao
nearly resembles the gastric juice ur saliva in deconipnaiiig
ftHsd and stfengthening the organs of digestion aa this pre
paration Of Daraapariiw. u ptiaiuveiy euros every oaaa 01
Uyapepsia. however severe or chronic.
liank Depurtiuuia, Albany, May 10, 1M5.
Dr. Towiiaend Sir t I bava bean amioted for several
years with dyspepsia hi ita worat form, attended with sour
ness of Btsvsssch. loaa of apoetits, axtrerae heartburn, aitd a
great aversion to all kind of food, and for weeks, (what 1
aouU ac) I hava been nnabla to retain but a smalt portion
on niy atmnach. 1 triad tha asusj waned Ua, baft tassy had
but little or no effect in rsrnoving tha twtnnlaint. I was in
duced, about two months since, to try your Extract of Har
aaparuax, and I snuat amy with littla anundenr i j but atar
Aen for ilrv IOHN W FR1IJNO : Nar-
tkuinbssstati, MART A McCAr i Psnsius, WHt A
MURRAY Co. . r : -April
M, IStS ly
AN e xirneiva Slock of Pocket and Tsbla CUT
LERY, for sale by
J0H1T lei. COLSlftAlT,
M. aa and 83 ARCADE, and 8 North
0 mp I'ing fiOOO dosen renknlsrs, 8efaor and
Alsrt, s choice s..ilmenl of Ro.lgrs ti 8nn.
Wooriiho mV, Onave.', VV, eV 8. Oulcher'a and
Penney s CutKrjr. - ;
.Also, Hpanish, Uiik and Huntini Knieee.
0 Also, Gun, P sliits, ant Bowie Knite.
- Ala't The American Rotor Strop, a saprtlot
srlicle, wo tjr the attrnti.m tif Dealers i
Card Dealer in Culleiy,' will find the a'lMee
8tKk worthy their at'eniin, at the SulMCrikrt'
chief 1'iia nes is inij oning and wllina cutliiy,
".j rhil .J.li liia, June 10th, 1819 ly. ,
A TaovsABD DatL.ns 6aTss t ... ...
lint nnd Cap Manufacturer,
8mlh Eatt Corner f ith and Market Street,
PHIL AOSLff HI A.
HAVE constant y n hand a full and ro np'ete
aasorimrnt of HATS, CAPS, and FUK1.
Als.i an eli-Raul aasortmiiit of mr n l hoya'
Leghorn, Punaina, and P.l.n-liaf flat. All of
wl.ich by a sinn of $1000 in rent, will he euld,
wholesale and retail, at the very Inweat price.
Counliy dealer would di well to cell, se hy e
ronomy snd low rent, we am eu.ulaj lo sell at
very low rates.
June I0ih, 1848. ly
KNOW ALL ME! THAT
BENNET &. CO.
TTAVE REMOVED from 193 Market StreM,
at their New Splendid and Immense Estab
lishment to be known as the
Tower Hall Clothing Bazaar,
A'o. 182 Market Street, between fifth If sixth,
The Proprietor feel a reluctance in promul
gating what in any way might appear like the
usual Bombastic exaggeration of eoma in the
trude, but will brg l ave to quote the following
notice from one ol our city papers;
"One of the greatest curiosities that our City
affords to the stranger, is I1ENNETT & CO'a
gieat clothing store, No. 182 Market Street, be
tween Fifth and ixth, which has been styled
'Tower Hall," from the peculiar finish of the
front. The building is an immense one, con
taining seven capacious rooms, all of which are
stocked with every variety ol aeasonable gar
ments, arranged in the most perfect order and
regularity. The proprittors take great pleasure
in showing their building and contenta to the
citizen, particularly strangers, and In those co
ming from the country we know of no place
more worthy of a visit.
I hiladvlph-a, May 27th, 1818 3in.
I'liila., KPMdln&r, and I'ottxvlllc
CHANCE of Hour, and two Trains Daily
each way, except Sundays.
On and after Monday, May 1st. 1813. two
trains will run each way, daily, between Phila.
MORNING LINE ACCOMMODATION.
Leaves Philadelphia st 7 A. M daily except
Passes Reading at 10 45 A. M.
Leaves Pottsville at 7 A. M. daily ence'pt
Sundays. Passes Reading at 9 10 A M.
The above Line stops at all way stations ou
the road at formerly.
AFTERNOON LINE FST TR MN.
Up Train. I Down Train,
Leaves Philadelphia stLeave Pottsville at 3)
3 P M .daily except P. M , daily except
Leaves Phrpuixville 3 t-'L-iive. Si h Haven, 3 37
Pnllstown, 4. !i
Port Clinton, 3 00
" Reading. 5.00
" Reading, 3 50
" I'oltstown. 4 30
" Pho-aixville, 9 00
rrives at State
" Port Clinton, 3.4.1
Sch. Haven, 6.10
Arrive at I'otts
ville, 6 30
The afternoon train will stupnnly at the above
nameil stations, fassengeri for other points
mu( therefore take the Morning Line
Depot in Philadelphia, corner of Broad and
Vine Streets. No Passengers can enter the Cars
mites provided wi:h Tickets.
NOTD'E. Fifty pounds of baggage will be
allowed to each passenger in these lines; and
passengers are expressly prohibited from taking
anything as baggage but their wearing apparel
which will be st the risk of its owner. No
freight will he taken by these lines.
By order of Board of Manager
8. BRADFORD, Secretary
May 0 1848. tf
ixi 12 1X1 53 8
A SOYEUKIGX REMEMY FUR
GEORGE B. GREEN, Phopiktoii.
W indsor, t ermont.
19 suvereieii reinwly fur A, in many nf Us
I'ornui, sucb u pain 111 the tSbmuu-h, lleurtlniru, luiblluul
CwliVFiiess, Acul kaiiacli, llmilurlie, 1ms of Aupetile,
Piles, .NiglK Swuuts, and even CoiwuiiiuiUki (D)ilic
Phthisic.) and Aillniia, ur Phlhiuc at'.eniled with tlrmiwo
meiit of the ttbiunch l)yie.tiu AMhim,) Uirtti-ult
Ureathing, which oi'ien results Ir.nii iuiirriict digmiuti (w
! a:ptu- fyMiiru,) is relieved by these Hitter. Iu slwit,
their nw hus beeu proved ill the relief of nhlKHrt all tho
sympbHiui lliHt proceed from debilitated or at"llie eiHidi
turn of the Mtoinach i also in (reuend debiliiy ariainv I'nmi
aire or (r un the eir.-cts of Fever, particularly Kever uud
Ayue. Females siuteriilg umlvr any uterine demntfetuent
arising fr.Ha wutltness, will find the '-Uxygksstkd Bit
teb'v an excclleiit rauoly, and ut surixuaed by any uiedi
cine in use.
The hist.iry of this mnlieine is peculiar. It tins made its
way to public lavor solely by the lorce of its own iniriiisic
merits. No artiticial means have been used to give it u
toriety and thrust it Uhii uublio attenliiNi. it has never
before even been advertised, lull hitviug first showu its re
inurkuble e:Hwy iu the luiiiily of the proprietor, and by
him aiierwaids administered to his artlicted frieuds ami ae
quuinlances wilh a like result, ils reputiiliou gradually ex
temted until it is known in the most ili.uuit puru of tlie
t'uttiii, as a medicine of unrivalled virtues in tha cur of
l)yspewia in all its diricreut forms, and ala.) for tlie uure ol
Asihiui or Phthisic, lis unit' herald end it only eul igy
has been tlie story of ils wiffiderful efficacy, as told from
iiimth to mouth iir by letter from friend to 'friend. In eve
ry instance where these timers have been uecd, and the re
sult made known to the proprietor, they liuve j.rovcd a ru
nie.ly. Nuiurrouscertifienles, attesting the singular elHcacy of
IIIO -IIXTtiKTlATKD niTTBKS," U IS IDC (KUWW.IWI no
Iir ipriet. r ; many of Uiem signal by pun uji ulnudy wiilely
iuowu to the public.
ill'.... ii. unrir..., imiiii-,-...
WINDSdR, VI., Ocl iU'r il, IMS.
The lulluwlug Certlticntes buve receutly beeu
Waxiiimutox, D. C, Jux in, luid.
H iving made use of the -tlxvgenuleil llillers" nreisired
by Dr. (le i. H. (in-en, ol' WiixUor., Vt. und from kn iw
letlge olMailied of their elliewy iu other cuima. wecherrlillly
rec imilli-iKI uiem tti lliepnutie, lieiievmg lii:u nicy wiiiiuuy
suatniii the rec snmeiidHlioii the Propria . We h.ipe
tlwt this valuuble remedy inuy be s.i gi'iiemlly ililfuncd
thr mahout the country that it imiy be accessilse to all the
fAMt'EI. PIIKIJ'S, ) ..
WM.I.IAM l l'IIAM, ( lJ
JAM1.K P. HIM MdS, I'.U.
f. Henal fnau Verm ut.
Ren-it ir from K . lkuul.
1. T. MORKilKAl). I
H. Kmulta and firuurly Uovern-
or 01' Kentucky.
1,. Ii. AltNOI J), Mombur of Congress and ronueiiy u.
vernor ol' It. 1.
WM. WdOIMlRIUOK, U. H. Heual.v and f inuerly Oa.
vernor of Michigan. ...
M. I.. MAHT1N, Uelegnte lu Ciaigress muu ischhiu
From Il'Si. II. P. Fost, Member of C-sajrea fraa
Washin'otuk, 1. C , Jess 10, IMS.
ium u.r 1 1 ... iwmi avMMiiAie BuflWer for abous ten
years, aud bava reaorted bs. variuu medicineii for relief
wilbout aueresa, until I made use of your 'Oxygei.rted
Balers." I lutv used about two bottles, and fiiid wyself
reslored to perioct kealtk. Th fms lu which tha di.
easa showed itself, lu my ease, were, g' oir
stomach, Ins of appetite, extreme flatulence, severe eniwtl
patios, of thahoweJs, and violent kaadaeh. PaeJlngdesi.
ITT.- ik. . k,u,ww w .Mir valuable rsoMdy may reach
others similarly afflicted. I Ink gr r ' w"
in my testimony W its eurmltT power I and would also
remark, that wail on a vssit at aosna a an i ""
admiuistarad part of a aottnjj b a aoasbar of asy amioteo
friends, with gnat aiseaa. TUf are aaauoo that yo
boukt ambHs aa aganey m futfnrm. at uaorsathesa
.l. I..1..T... kl nka.l.al . IVUh aa aanksat da-
IotOso B OaaaaVladsnr, t
ftokt Wkdeasla aud fUtail by Orn Flaaehaf, N.
W tMh saxth etoat, rJttfajiaai.
Agent fur uusrw . MAs4.
Aianu for Mitren-MAf-KAY HAAG
Aptd 16, 1HS
THE CHEAP -Brush,
Comb and Variety
BOCKIUS AND BROTHER,
AND DEALERS IN COMBS & VARIETIES
AS DA North Third, helm Rare St. and North
, E ft Conner of Third and Market tlreet,
tTHEREthey offer for sa's a general assort
" ment of all kind of Brnshe. Comb ami
varieties which they sre determined to sell
Lower then rsn be purchased s sewbere. i
Country Merchsnt snd others Purchasing In
the above line wil find it to their advantage to
call before purchasing e'sewhere as the quality
and prices will be fu''y guaranteed against all
competition ' "
Philadelphia, June 3, 1848 ly. , ,
. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WlffEAXD LIQUOR DEALER,
N 393 Varket Street, Below Eighth, North tide,
Keeps eonstantly nn hand all kind of old Li
quor, vis : Superior old rye whiskey superior
Brandy, Gin, &e. Also white brandy for preser
ving. Wild Cherry k.id Blackberry brandy.
I'hiladelphia, June 3, 1818. ly
GREAT NATIONAL WORK.
A HUtory af th ItPTolntlon nnJ Ltrra ( the
Hero of th ITttr of Indpfntlrnrp.
BY CHARLES . PETERSOX.
An elegant volume with 18 fine Steel Plates,
and nearly 200 beautiful Wood Engravings,
"This in n ipu(H(l book. A vultiiihlo mltlitl-m to the
Hixtoric 1itrratnrt of our country. We am mtirh mifftu
ken if it (lot-a not tnkn nuik with the work of Irving ami
Prrarott.' rrankfonl UrrnM,
It RiirmMtpg any fliniilnr work yet offered to tlie Amcri
can public." Ncal'i Oar-tti.
lt may be properly c timilrrcd a popiimrlw! Ainitanr
Iliitttiry i f the lttvol'iti n, extremely well and jiulicuHii
writtrii." N. Amertenn.
The nrriwnt work nn the Tlevolntion aini ita Hrroea, in
inperior, both in extrnt nnd flcrtjfrn to any that lta herctu-
li-rc e tiiif untHT our notirr. im.
A well conin'ctwl UiHtor ol th:it eventful porioil. IrI
ger. 'IVriilwliy Ihi boFt p pnhr History of the wur nftlio
Rev ilntion mut it Her e, lltiit lum yt been given to the
country." Sitnnl-tv Kventnir Port.
IV AfiKNTS VA.TI.lJ t convnun f-T the nbove elo
pimt Work, in every f.mnty nnd Tvn in the Unttetl
Mntpf, to wlioin the in t IUntuI iiiiluciiienta will I oliVr
rtl. Price onlv ffl.
Adtlrew Mii-i-ic1 WM. A. I.KMtY.
. SH Nirth HKt'tlNU St.
Philmhlphin, May . M Hin
THE ONLY llADtCAf. Cl'RK FOR
CONSUMPTION ! !
iVniluhnr Kinir' Kvil, RhciimatiAm, Olwtinnte Cnt uiAoiis
KriiitiiHM. Piinpli'iiir Pfrtntc in the far, Rl itclim,
Hilm, Clirniiic S ire Kys. King Wurmor Tetter,
Hrnltl Hrwl. Knlnri'n.t'iit iiimI Pain of the
11 w dud jointa, Slnlilitorii rtcnra, tSyplii
litir Syniptoina, Hcinticri ur Leiiiiitnir'i.
diffiiwHriiiii(t i'rm an iiiiudi
rioim iimu ol' Mciritry, Drop
sy. Kxpinurr or Impru
jciKn iu lilt Hla it
CI ironic Coiiitti
luti ttril lit
In t!ti ititNlicint wvpitiI inn t-nl l.ut vrry xtint urtirlfs
of the vr(rrtnlJe kinKii nn ar umttNl, 1'nrmiits: a sMuipaund
entirely diilWriit in it cluimctrr bihI pruperlin front any
other prtrrwrHtion, nml uiirivnlled in its operation on the
Nyteni when luboring under dinenw-. It sltould be in the
IviniU of every peri m, vh , hy bueineaa, or general eourae
of life, ii pret.inyut(il to the very many ailiineiita tlmt ren
der life aeurae, inntuiid of a bleiumg, and 3 often reault in
Sr. DniVe' Pminreii in riviiniiiiiiilttl ua a err tain reiueily.
t ine iiiNtiinrR of ilff (hi In re lrn ever oeeurreil when free
ly uatxl ! It cure, tin difte.e nnd nt tliearime time iiuairtn
viK'r t Hip wh 'le KHtm. S"Mful iu pern na mil never
pny t n mnrli utlt iiti n ti thr mate of tlu ir M knI. Ita u-titw'Uti-'ii
nh.tulil be their liM uini ; for rit4' enuiee will
ai-C'impliali a cure of kvf.n hkhkditakv diawuat.
FOR KRl'ITIONS OF Till? SKIN.
Seitrvy, iV irbntie Atlt'tittia, Turn ira, White Hwellinir,
r.ryniHliia. riccm, Ciiiieerii, Itmniin tirett, Scuba nnd
Hi lea, r. I'hulte'a Punneeii nnnvrt tie tt hijihty extolktl;
it auirt'liea out the very root of the diatiute, and jKTinaiicnt.
1PICESTIO OU DYtPKlSIA.
No medicine perluiia hna ever ben iliae.ivereil which
givea i uiueh t-ne t the stmiiiteh and itiiiMH the mi-re-tion
o' a hmlthy giixtriv juice ti deeouipoee the fond aa Dr.
Pr. Drake' PuTineea ia utc-l with the rreateat aueveaa in
Rlieiimutie Conipliiinta, i-ajHC i:dly such u chrome. It curea
by driving nt all impuritiepmt! foul htiin nira which have
ocuuiuutatnj Hi the watcm, which are the caune nt Hheu-
iiiHtitmi, (ittMit, ami rwelliti.'aot the jfiinta. Other reined lea
iuietiinea pive leiTtjorary relief; thia entirely erodieatea
the diaMHiMe from theuyvtvin, even when the Uiuba uud buiiea
Comm-mptio ca!i us crUKD. Chi-Ii. Cutnirh. Ur H-
rhitia, SMltinff of HI m-iI, A"thuui, Diliicult or prtfuae Kx-pci-torati
n, Hectic Fluhf N urht 9wenta, Pain iu the aide
Jtc. have Uvncureil, and can be with aa much certainty m
any other diaeaae. A aeonc Ins l ing been ught for, but
in vnm until the uiacovery ol nr. Dntke'a I'anaeea. u la
mild and eafe but certain and edicHlioua in ita operation,
and nuinot possibly injure the inst delicate c Hiaiitiiliou.
We would eurneauy reiiiuimeud thoae anlicted t mve it a
trial nnd we believe they will tvtt buve ocruei n t'i nyret
it. The system ia rleaiined and Rtrenthpiied, the ulcers mi
the lungs are heuhil, and the itieiitn (jnulunlly regum I heir
usunl health ami atmigtlt. Rcutl the folluwina; :
Phila., Pec. 14th, 1K17.
Pkab Iib : In reply In vour uueaiiou rcsuccliiiz the uae
of I)r, pmke'a ISnuu eji, 1 will auv, that although a perfect
dislicliever iu the existence if a I'am acea or cure for all
iluenMea, bowevt vuluable it umy be ui curtaiii cHwtttona
nf the avHteiii. atill I have believed tluit a cure for Cotisunn-
tiun would lie diaevered atoiier or later, and cuii aity led
tne t try yitur inediciue in two very inveterate caaea.
j hey were proti'iunced iiy the atteiHliiur ttiiVKinuna tu be
tt'LoABY fossVMPTioN, and alteiidt Hied by Minn aa IN-
ct'KAULK. One oi the persons bail Imnni undtsr the treat
ment of aeverui very uble ractiiiotieia for a number of
years, ami they said alie liad nld fnahi med Conifuuiplioti
cmibiiie wilh Scrofula," and tlmt ahemiuht liiiitcrfor mie
time, I Mil could iM le pennanctiUy relieved. In botbensea
the I'ifcct dfllie- lunureu Jas been uinsl vrutifyiiint. Only
four or five b attics wr us"d by ine of the persons ttefure
she tMfzan to improve rapidly. The oilier t f k abut ten.
I will "illy ad'hluil fttiitiiinr aa I am with c aiumptiHi by
iiitierituucv uud by extensive olis;rvalin aa a study, ami
kn win; 11U the injtiri ui tiftscts in iiiuu r.in s lUtnfteii
itt'lnr, l)iitct. ni other vecUible t mica, na well ax of
many ot the expect mmtaaml setlutive, I sh -itld never havo
re4Kiiiuieti(U il the iiaw ut Dnikc'a Ptuuicen if J h:ul u t Imcii
iicrpunntcd witli the ingredient. Sntliee it to say that thefe
are iectuinenten ny our iu w p iiiitir uml acicatitie pitysi
ciiuiP, aud iu their present o hi tinned slate, onn probably
the U-at Hltenttive lliut hiia ever betit uuule. 'J lie cure ia
m niv Td 'iu'e with a theory f CnRumition briiuchetl in
France a few venra nsr bv one ot' her m ist eminent wri
ters o tiRtfheiim, und u w ttabli-bed by uita which ail-
uut 01 ii i iiiituie.
Very ReaiKcttully Ytmra, I. C. CL."i.
To nee tli" hnuunqe of nti'ther, ! . Prukea Panacea bt
alwiya stluiur) iu its el I'wtrf never injurint. it ia if it aa
tlpiritc ll ix 11 -t UlHl i;Xie"l'nilH. is n uuemieu mu
Hie initid into a fatal a-eurilv. Il i a arriwl remedy a
gruml benlimr mid curative c nupound. the greut ami mily
remeiiy winch metUiJii aciem-e unu hiu
f'r the treutinent of thia hitherto uiicumiuertxl uwUidy. Ami
tin perm etllicted with this dread disesse, will be just to
tiimsrll l ul III menus, li lie a" " " wnir-nv
I h hi nig iia virtues. A single luittle, iu imat cnaea, win pn
duce a fuvoruUe change iu Um uuiKlili-41 ot any patient,
TO TUK LADlFeS.
latlisaonalejini'leEiti and rvaiauinpttve kabita, and
such as are debi listed by lhe obatriM-liojis whkh fewaka
ata liable to, are reaMred bv the use of a bottle or twu, lit
bkaim vigor. It u 07 lar Us beat remedy ever diaonverad
ftsr weakly childruu, and eueb aa have bud huimira ; being
pieaaaut, they take H. It Uuroediately real ves the appetite,
strength and eotor.
Nothing can tie ni ne aurpriaing tluit tta invigivalina af
fect mi the human frame. Persona, all weakness andlaa
aitude before lakinc it, at once beotHne robust aivd full nf
energy under ita biHuenca. It immedtata oouulcrocta he
ma tetuaie inuoa.
CAUTION. Be careful and a that jaw get the gtuu.
Has Vt. pasas'a I"acsa h has th signutura of Geo. P.
Stout oa the wianew. arwl alio ah aaaae "Da. Daaaa'a
sasacba, vwajl. ' invwn tu taa ataa.
Fresavad only by Sloan k Co.. DrutfiaU, No. VI NocU
ixth at., stnladeiplua. ' . . . .
Asm fv Soabury n MAS8BR
Bout ales he Wat. A Msaaii Co. Bsjmila H ax
as, MUtaa ; Mast MeCev, Narthumbcruuii j t T Lvia,
April I, lMS-ty .
CHEAP 1T2W GOODS.
John W. Friling,
RESPECTFULLY informs his Trlends and
enstomers, that ha has just received snd
opened a splendid assortment of GOODS, consis
ting of .
. DRT GOODS,
Groceries, Hardware, Queemware, Sec
The public are invited to call nnd examine for
Sunhury, May 6, 1818 tf
NEW AND CIIEAp"
JUST received, at tha tore ol Hsssf Mas
sks, a choice assortment of DRY GOODS,
Groceries, Liqutrt, Palmlenf 'and otlttr hot. Vc.
all of which will be sold st the lowest prioes.
Sunbuiy, Juns 3, 1818.
Can aave frens MltU aer Cent. ,
TJY purchasing their OILCLOTHS direct
from the Manufarturer.
POTTER & CARVICHAF.L
Have opened s Warehouse, No. 135 North Third
Street above Race, second door South of the Ea
where they will always Iceev on hand a complete
assortment of Patent Elatlie Carriage Oil
Clotht. 58, 36. 40, 48 and St inches wide. Fi
gured, Painted, and Plain, on the inside, on Min
im Drilling ant: Linen. Table Oil Cloth of the
most desirable patterns, 36, 40, 46 and 34 inches
wide. Floor Oil Cloth, from 88 inches to UI
feet wide, well seasoned, and the newest style
of patterns, all of their o .vn manufacture. Tram
parent Window Shade. Carpets, tee All goods
Phils. May 97, 1848 3m
FAXCY and STAPLE DRY GOODS.
. th- Nrw Stor ,V 79 Arch itreet.
bctivrcn 2rf n, XI N:rlh i dr,
TpiIE subscriber invites paiticular attention to
A hia larie and splendid assortment of neu' and
elm 're t'yht of Dry r7,,?f comprising a general
variety of the most desiinble kinds of t)rr., Ma
terial, Sliairlt. Ulnve; Utisitru. Unshrinkable
Flannrh Worked Cull,i. Comhre. Jmnnct,
Mull. Niwttnk and '.. Munliiin, l.i urn Cam,
biiennAS,Ik Porlielll.ll.fi, Bl.ick Hat an Cra
t it, olhera too numerous to adveitise.
IRISH LINEN'S AND FURNISHING GOODS.
Particular attention is given to Linen and Fur
nishing Good, generally the stork is large, and
the prices will be found much lower than usu
al, having been purchased at Auction at sacrifi
ced ratp The fabrics are warranted pure flax
and from the best maker.
It ARLKS ADAMS.
P. S. Persons wishing Plain and Mrdiitm
tlylrt ot Drett Goodt and Sh iw.'n, will rind a
Philadelphia, April 1. 1318
Pictorial Kditlois of tl'.tuklsrne's
grcat Work on the Ucf'orniallwn
OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY IN GER
MANY', SWITZERLAND, Wl.-Will be
published or. or about the 1st of April, 1818, by
JOS. A SPEEL. No 06 Cherry st. above 0th,
his splendid 12 mo edition of the above named
work, with 18 engraved illustiations from ori
ginal designs; 4 volt in 2. bound in extra cloth
and library sheep.
I he iitibhsher respectfully calls the attention
of the trade and the public generally, to this
work being the only illustrated edition published
in the United States He trust that the beauty
of its embellishment. th strong and substantial
manner in which it is bound, in conjunction wilh
the known popularity of the work itself, will be
s sure recommendation to public favor.
JOS. A. SPEEL. 06 Cherry st above 6th.
J. A. S has alto lately published, a new and
beautiful Edition of Sergeant Bell'a Raree Show,
a auitable book for children, neatly done up in
Philadelphia, April I, 1818
WESTERS SEW YOltK
C.OIal.EGE OF HEALTH,
. 207 Main street, Bofftda, N. Y.
PR. G. C. VAUGHN S
Vrgttuble Lilhontriitic Mixture.
rpilld celebrated reiuedy ia constantly increusiug its fame
X by the many curea it ia m:iking
ALL OVER THE WORLD.
It Iuii itow bciim the tnily medic ins; l'.ir luniity um, uihI tu !
panicuuuiy rccniuiemia ir
all stugc nf this eiuiplniut inunediutely relieved, no matter
of how 1 mg standing. See IMinmnhlvt for testim ny.
and all dinenw of tlie uriimry orpiuitt; fr there iliiitrriw
ing tiiiiplitint H attain. ulini'e ; n other Hrtirle can rr lieve
yuu iukI ilHcurii ttatlitietitt willoiiiviii(cth wmM sket
tical: ce uuuithlet. laivur Complaint. Billi hw tiitwiuieii,
FEVER & AGUE.
T-j the (.ret it West esttccwllv, ami wherever these cotii-
ptaiiiti jMrevail this ntnliriue is cflcreit.
iU MlA&KAL AH KIN 1,
ivdfleteri'His coinixmiid ia m part m' this lui&ture, it
cures Uieae diseuaes with certniiitv awl ffltfity, tutd dH;s
iH leave the system torpid. rVe tuuihlct.
a CHiipbiint of a mt rKiiuful clmniftiT, in
IMMEDIATELY It ELI EV ED,
aiul a cure fulhiws bv a few dav use it" Uii nrticle ; it is
far Ik-Lire any other itrei-unitiii fur tin dis'tuse, r f'Wany
fiher diBt-uso uriguiuting I run imjrtiru IJ.hkI. See inuu-
weak hark, wrakuess of the Kitlnevi, kc, or mrUumna-
timi tt ttiiM, is iimuediately rt'iie'rtl by a few tfctys use of
this luetticitie, ainl a cure is aiwa- a result of its use. It
A CERTAIN REMEDY,
for such coiunlaiiits, and uU for drmii'jeiiicaU of the fe
male frau it.
paiiii'ul nienstrualitiiM. No article 1ms ever been ottered
except lint which would ttMu-U this kind ol' deruueiueiits.
It uuty he rflird Un as a Hire aii) rl)ctive reuitnly, and
did we feel iKsrinttt! I d i s i r niltl cive
A THUIS.WD NAMES,
as proof isf curea in this ilistresaiiiui vltn of r anit4uiiits.
See pamphlet. All brkau diw n, dvUlitiled c HitUluii"iis
truiu ttir fUci't oi iiteriury, wtll Uml Kit- Itntt'iug pmv-r
this urlirle to art iiniueduitt-l, and the p-isuiis luiiu rttl
erudiciitil ir au the svntrm.
will iml the alU'iiiiiv nrofM-nifS ot' ihis urtu-le.
l'L'KIFY THE IILIKJI).
Aud driven siu-h diseosus fnni Ihe syntfiu. rVe initupliU-l
fur tmtini iny of cures in ull dirH'iiiws, which the liimls o (
an advertisement will nit pi'riuil to Im uiiued here. A mint :
ive tkiu tiwuy tliuy c mt.nii itl puc tt ctjrtilieates ot
iitfh cTiitracl'-r, mid a stroimtT
ARRAY OF PRCXIF
oi the virtues of a tnetlicine. nevr apptnml. Il is one of
IJ st7.iiitsi ivwiuir ( nn rill'K lltU II 11" V -l IHI4P
benehl in any cuae. and-ii lnni and muscle are left t build
upt'U kt the utajciated snd liuirtring utvalid
and keep tnkiiig the inriuVine aa tmg" as there isau iiu
pr.ivelueut. 'Hie inirii-l'v r.uM
CAUTION TUK PL'BLIC
against a number nf articles which e Hue nut uiuler tlie
SARSAPARILLAS, SYRUPS, &C,
a cures fur I)naiy, Gravel, Ac.: They are gnd fur rei
tiling, aud unicoeled In eull the unwary ;
TOUCH THEM NOT
Their invent tf never th-iuglK nf curing sia-h diseaera till
Uiia arli. le uod dnne il. A irlieula( study Hi aun
phlet is eorueatly aihciusl.
Ageiils aud all who sell the artiele are
GLAD TO CIRC ULATE
gratuitously. Fut up in SO na. bottles, at 8 ; IS na. A at
1 each tha larger Lading S ox. nt e tluui twu aiuall bK
ties, l.'k out and get iuied uri. l'.vary b.tla has
"Vanglm' Vegatabla l.illi rtnpu- Mixture," bU'Wii urj
th glass, the written signature uf '(!. C. Vaughn" on tha
directions, and "O. U. Vuugliu, BuffiiUi," stauied on tlie
e irk. Niaia other are aenuiitt. Prepared bv Ur. O. C.
Vaugha, aud s ad at lb. PruieipaJ Otkea, SUf Maiu si real,
BuOolo, at wuoieoal and retail. No ouonli giraa klet
tera unless pnM puid order fruiu regularly aw4tuted
Aganta excepted; post paid letters, or verbal eomuuuioa
iiuns aoliciuuf advaie, pnisaptly anauM u gealla.
Oltee devotad (xnuaivaly u UM aa of thia artU
m. m V t . v- m fLIum Maaa.:
ant by ha priacipai Drugxists Maa;lstks VuitadBtaUa
aaat ran, aa Afssaa.
Laai of Aeasita Wum v. wasiisais Anns raa
hia J. V. Frtling, Buutauy Iseau Ousihari
Zc. A. Wrath. UwMurf H F6esfr, M
A MuCagfoaaa, TkcwsvTllc Ml MoC". '
April 1, lStfg
In presenting th nuWie With a remedy tit tlie treatment
ami cure nf Fkvrr asd Aui k nnd utlier Itilf'lis diaeuxv,
na apology Is needed. Vnst numliers In the United Males,
who sillier Irani theae aftticliwiis in their varied fornis, are
eoniielleil lo svk relief iv.tin othrr e-mrees than Ihe imme
diate prescript inns nf the regular physician. It become
therefore nn nhjeet of huinnniu , n well o puhlic inter
est, to twiner before them a ferried? prepnred frotn much ex-perieie-e,
liud wltieh limy iilwnye le relied npiMi aa s.trr,
aenrri aL. aid hakmi.ess to tiis coxstitction. That
audi is tlie true elinrarter of the INDIA ClIOl.AljOO 1 1,
ia Qtiifily olleated hy the tmiveraul suecess wilh whieh il lu
been enlpl'iyed. ., ,
r.ff Kstraet from a enimnunicnthm or the Hon. Vii.
t.u WooimainnK, of Ihc I". B. fenate, late tfuverte of
UtIKOIT, Oct. 91, lIO.
DnrTO CllAHl.as O.oooD,
tear fir. 1 have reud wilh much interest, your little
takatisk upon the "raiise, treiitnent and cure" of tho
fehrile diaenatv whieh hnve i cxlensively prevailefl in our'
country during the Inst few in inth-sn interest iiwrensed
no dtaiU, hv the f:trt lluit 1 have individually snflernt a t
mneh from Ihem. Though I feel myself very incompetent
Ui judge set'ely upon a stihjei-t a entirely pmfeaai'aiat, yet
y,air lhe.ry apeina to me well rena.iued, and your c aielu
simi just, aial 1 Ihiuk wilhnl, that your pamphlet ia culcu
Riled to prialiiee mneh praelietil g mil.
fpmkiug of the meilieine he Mya : It fully Justified your
flattering expectations, nnd ns a mf eiaivenient, and p-pa-Inr
nMneily. my own experience, a fur, iiHluees me to be
lieve timl it will prove a gretit puhlic benefit. I am pleftscif
to l,mrn ilwil you hnve reeently eht:ihlifiliwl ai.verni agencies'
f.ir iiadiHSllion thiaigli I regret that, wilh a view to a
m.'re general diHseininiil ion of it, you should hnve found it
neeesMry to remove from your prmeiit residence among us.
With mueh rcepect 1 have the honor to N. sir, -Vonr
wit i .mm wooiJHmur.r..'
Vfr" From Ibni. HTKruKi V. H. Trowbriiiok, (t Miehi
gnn flsie stelMle. lo the Agent ot Detroit.
HittMtv.iiAM. (lASt.AXD Co., Dee. 13. INI.
Sir yon wii met,, mtorm you wlmt I kiviw f Dr.
Oeg aal'a lielin rleil -g'nie, or niili-billnua medicine. 1 d.
b"llrve that If the virtue end rllieney of thle uieflieine.wre,
genernlly kn wn, Ihe m-i:n a-ii At'.i k would rtisnppear in
I pr-M-nred n lioltle in tlie pprinff of 141, nnd hnve gsnd
rene ni t U'liee tlmt myself nnd fiuuily es?nped the ague
luel aeiRon iu e ni"'iiieHee of itrt nw.
lVrlnpa in n stininier sinee the settlement of this fine
tieiiiiiATtln, li:is the lever nml ngiie been i i prevalent as the
iial. I hnve ree .nimenil'il this medicine in numerous in
alnneep. mid when lliu diaense ind become fixud and ballled
the .kill of plivfiei'titM : a-id I liuve never kiniwn it fad. 1
hna iniiverajilly produced Ihe in mt hnppy effeels, and I N-l
lieve it In. never been exreed.-d bv any medicine ill rein.j
vitig the hili ua dia.'na. a of tlie eliinite.
VourH, rea H-elfullv,
fTF.I'lll'.N V. H. TKOWnRIUfiK '
Agent f r Snnburv II. M. MASSKll; Northumtieiinnil,
WITIIIMiTO.M A Co i Mill -n. J. H. UASEIt : iiliiui
grove. M AV fc KI.OSi:.
Muy II, lrlc tf.
rim-: .tn thikf pkoof i hfsts.
FIHK-PKIIDF DiKUt Fdll HANKS AND PTORKS
Si-iil nml Lrttrr-Copyiiis Preswn, Pntoiit
SlalL'-Lint'il Ilrfi io;i-ialori, Water Fil-tt-r.-.
l'iiti'iil Porlal.le Water Cln
si'ts. iiitciiili'il for the Sick
KVAIMS & WATSOX,
76 South Third Street,
Ol'l'OHITi: THE l'lllt.ADF.I.l'HIA KXCIIANtiU.
Afnuufuetiire uml kecpeHiabiiit
ly ou linnd. alnrge n irtmeut
the nl.n-e urlicles. together wilh
Iheir Patent lnin-el S:ilaninnd,T
FlKK-PltOtir SAFKl. whieh,
lire s i cniistnietetl as Vt bt ret
nil inniiner of doubt ns to their
la-iug stririly lire-nnaii', and Hint
tliey will reaist the fire of any
buiiding. The outfide enses uf
these Snfes nre mmle nfbiiler iron, the iliKiile eiiaeif snap
rt nie, nml In tweeu Ihe outer ense nml inner cnae ia a eunef).
oi'iini. three inehea Ihii k. nnd is filled in with indcKlrno
tihle material, so ua to make it bii iineiaibility to burn aiSJ-.
of the eonteula inaiile ol lliia L'best. These t iloue S(
kununders we nre prered nnd ihi ehnlli iige the world to,
r.alnee any article iu Ibe aliliW of IVaik Sites tluit will
atuud ns uni-'h he-it, nud we hold uuraelvea ready lit all
linens to hnve l lieul litirty teated by public bnutire. We
ala.1 e mtimie lo niniiutneltire n htrfre niul eeiw nil nas Sfl
luent ol' our Preiniiim Air-tiifl.t Fire l'rtmf taleatf whieli
tlerre are over tx) now in use, uud ill every inatauee thev
lmve given entile antialhetion t l the purrlmaere of which
we will refer the public l a few geiiikuicu who have
them in nue.
Iluwd A Sny.ler. Potlaville; Ji.seph C. tauton'
l'oltai ille ; Ah. A'illiuiil I'nrr, Dovlealowu, Fu. ,
X. .V Ii. Tuylor. I i!f) rorth 3d at.; A Wright A N'ephi W
Vine at. wlmrf ; Alexumler Caror, Couvevuneer, corner ut
I'iIIhtI end . , 1 1 ata.; John M. l'.T.I. :i- inirlh 3d si.: Mvers
lluali. Hi n.irlh M at.; Jiunea il. I'niil. 101 a.ulh sth at'
Dr. Ihivid Jnvue. teoilli :! si.; Mnihew T. Miller. )'
' a nith :M at.: im.l we c mid n;uiie umiu hutidn-de of other
I II il Were Hiei.s:,ry. Now we invite the attention of the
. piil.li--. nud siriieui;.rlv thohe iii want of Fire I'r-aif Safea,
1 1-iciM nl our hlore la-fore .iireh:iiiiir .-li, where, and we
! c:m e it iefy tltetn lliey will eet u Iwller uud cheaper asticHi
at our atore tleiii nl liny oilier el:d.!iiliinenl in Ihe city.
I We nla i tuMiiiifticluru the ordiimry l'ire lriau' t'heate, at
I nt very low nrieea. che:iH.r thuu ihcy c;iu be b.uht nt any
other atore iu Philadelphia.
PAY ID KVAXS.
rtiih.h lphia, April , 11 - I y
rilHK subscriber is prepared to receive ami a;-,
L commnilale a few transient or permanent
Biurdtrs, at her residence in Suiibury. The lt. .
cation is in a hanilsome anil pleasant part of the.
town, commanding a fine view of the Susqiiehaii-
Northumberland and Ibe scenery ailjaceuL-
Tu peisnns frnm the city, who wish to spend k
few months during the summef season, Sunbury
adonis a delightful retreat. .
ANN C. MORKTT '
April 8, 1SI8 Cm
Time nnd Ulslance saved! ,
SUNBURY FERKSf. ,
FI1HK subscribers having leaaed (he Sunbury',
L Kerry, beg leave to inform the pttblic, that
they are prearel to convey Teams! Pleasure
Carriages anil Foot passengei across Ihe river1
with safety and without delay. They have pro'
videil themselves with new anil commodiontf
crafts, which will always be attended wilb sbla
anil careful hands
Peisnna travelling to anil from and through
Sunbury to New Berlin, Lewisbilrf. llarlleton
and other place, will rind il greatly to their ad
vantage to cross st this Ferry instead of the'
Bridg-s. as th-y would save from two to' fm.f'
milea in distance. JOHN SPKF.CR.
Sunbury, April I, ISIS
GIESD i SON. . '
Cirtniiiisaion ii nd Fnrwiiriling'
MS ECU ANTS,
,V. 48 Coatmrret Slrnl mnrf BALTIMORH
Will rer. ive aril sell all kim! ol'C'ountry Piq
duce Flnur. Giain, &.c.
N. B. Paiticular attention given to the aare
of Lumber Anil cah lvuice inude on con
sijiiiments, when required.
April 1, ISIS. I m
Important: I rifonnntion.
TO all purchasers of ready made clothing, jn,
fniniaiinu is heieby given that Ihe well known
and much celebrated Clothing emporium, known'
P R McNsti.i.g, Proprietor, Na tO.S Ciettnat
ttrtit. bttwtet 'iii and .. Philadelphia,
Is a.tonithing Ihe community with hi) cheap still
lashiunable apimrel, ot' every deacriptioii ana)
riety, Vesls liom 51) cents to B dol.'ar. Guoil.
black Cloth or Cassirner Pant, as low as 3
dollars and upwards net pair, accordihg to quali
ty. Black French Cloth dress Cost, as tmw A
8 dollars. Summer clolbin cheaper, peibaruj,
than ever was known heretofore of the same
'"wholesale dealers are particularly invited la
rail and examine the large and well got upc.ot.h..
iug of this large establishment, sa very rmttuu ,
lar attention is pa'"" 'he cutting, to that,
purchaser at wboteaal ill be certain ta get
garroeols wbn lhV cam ta pit Ibeio an tir
customers, that will t with taste and eaae, v,Sitb(
is S maltrr of great importance. Wa invite an
ens) all ! cassa and axassine for themselves hs-'
Philadelphia, April I, IM8 3m , ' -
FOR f Al.n AT THIS OFFirE: