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SUNBURY AMglUCAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
jKT tWl KTIIOMIMI W0gl!C0
PilVATK MEDICAL COMPANION.
. , ,. ... BY IMI. A. M. MAURICEAU, ,
r diseases or WOM,
Mono, pp. S0. Price 01 '
at la Tare Meatkat
VitkaraiMM. of nhysloel and mental anculsa to
tnany M aVMaM wife, and peceniery dieVultiea to tha
aaaeana, uugui aevs many
Il ia an I eerjeeUnv tot the raarrtc, or those contem-
nam sag i aa a euaci
loess laiiumi ani whieh
knowa e taeai paraoaawnr.
lopoww. it w aaatta,
The lovaattitxss inesiinil la lia para
tilaalial te thcaaserls, 4a th InaeaaeraMe .1
Jtoro, eleo, very ssaeel-a4n wife, taa nwthw, tka ana
aitpar budding into womanhood or the om ia the decline of
years la whom nature oonlempartea aa Important ehenge
aa dissever tka eaaaee, symptoms, and the aioat efkieirt
rsseedise, and moat certain mode ef core, la every com
staled to whieh ket au la subject.
Ceptee will aa east aaaU tree el poeta tetae par.
" Oret tea thuueiaxd copies hare been tent by mail within
tkraa month, with perfect safety and certainty.
Oa the rereipt of One Dollar, the 'Married Woman'!
Private Medical Companion" will be ernt (MAiLee pan)
to any part of the United States. Al letter moal he posl
paid (except thnee cootainine a remittance) and addreeeed
to Dr. A. M Maurireaa, Box 1294, New York City. Pub
liahing Office, 19o labcrtv-st.. New York.
The "Married Woman' Private Medical Companion" ia
Krid by bookeellere throughout the United Statu.
Jan a, me.
VATJTA WTC "FA TIM"
N THURSDAY, tha 10th nf AUGUST
next, at S o'clock I. M. will r egpeeed to
public nU; at tha Cou't Hoqi in thi' borough of
ttdnhury, a ealuahle firm, locateil upon tha
hank of tha Susquehanna river, 'he North Branch
'Canal, tha public road" from Nor'hnnihe'land lo
Witkeeherrc. ant) within fonr mile of the II .Uriah
ing Uan of Danville, in Point Townrh'-p, Ncr
tbnralrUnd County, in all about 430 acta, mora
or lew of which thcra ara ahoot 900 or to9 crr
-of cleared lend, and tha real wrll timbered Tha
fieater part ia Brat rate bottom land, Tba adven.
tag ara aupetior to thnae of mal farms the aoil
being well adapted lo either grain or gra, and i
alaa well wetrrrd. having two atrrarna of water
running through it. and a number rf rxeellmt
apting upon it. It ia in a good atata nf rnliive
linn and under ptelly tood fence the improve,
mem upon it consist nf a laree two st uy FRAME
HOUSE, a large LOO BAHN, a large Frame
Wagon House; also, a Urge two story and a half
brick House. There i alw upon this Inct a good,
eittd frame Houe, a good .table, andaS.iw Mil'.
Any ,ujntity lo auit the purch in pari or
whole, will lie a ild. Possession can be obi lined
next apring. An indisputable title will ha given.
Fur futlber par icu'ara, enquire uf the aulnrri' ei
residing upon the ura.nisea.
JulyS, 1S48. 4t
BARGAINS ! BARGAINsTbARGAINS
WM. H.THOMPSON, will offer Mr axle, at
hi. Cheap Store in Sunhury, hia emirs trk
nfgnnds, being the largest end mot varied a eirl-
nl in thia ctioo of country, at coal and iin.let
for caah or produce, troin tin d.ile lo the first o'
tteptemt r next
All petst-os aiahing In buy Cheap ara invit d
te ca I.
taunbaty, Jtjly i, 184) 3t
TO THEELECTORS Of'nORTHCM BKR
FELLOW CITIZENS : Encouraged by ma
ny of my frienil, I leanectfully offer my
aelf a candidate fur the ofhea of
HF.niSTER AND HECOItDP.lt,
nnd Clerk of! ho Orplmns' Comt,
At the appio.iclting etet tinn. Should I be l.i
orrd with a majority uf ynut votrt, i will pnie
no axertioni tn render general atifaction.
Delaware township, May 1'J, 1818.
t6the ELEtrroliToF Tjort H v m be r
ny of t
LOW CITIZKNS Encouraged by ma-
' mv Irtenda throughout nor county, I
off..r myelf to your roiiaideration a cumliddtc
fur the omce of
REGISTER AND RECORD Bit,
at the next general Election Should mv fellnw
citizen favor me with a majority nf their vote.
J aho'tld ppare no rxrtini: tofilfill the dutie of
said office with fidelity and to the (Mitfurtion
.ofall. MARTIN IRWIN.
Sniibnry, June 3, ISIS.
TO THE ELECTORS OK NORTHUMBER
rjHF. subscriber nfTera himself to the electors
1 ef Northumberland County, aa a candidate
for the office of
Should bah favored with a majority afvataa,
ha will spars no exertions to render general
oatiefactma. JOHN FARNSWORTH.
Jeae 17, IMS
TO THE ELEUTORSOF .NORTH UMBER.
V . LAND COUNTY.
Fttxew CiTizitis' By the encouragement
of my frienda, I am induced to offer myself as a
candidate for the office of
Sheuld I be elected, I shall make eveiy effort
reader general 8ti faction.
'Upper Augusta, June 34, 1818.
RESPECTFULLY olrs himself to the elec
tors of Northumberland County aa a randi
Isrtajf tko-ofliee of
And will endeavor, if elected, to discharge the
ltrtie of the aaid o&tt faithfully and impartial
f 6onoury, tVly t, 1648.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NOllTHUM BOR
LAND COUNT V
Fkllow CmxaNa t Tbrongh Hie eacouraga
asiant of my friends, t offer nvyaokf aa caudi.
date for tha office of
4haa44 1 he ao fortunate aa to receive tha of
Ace, I eha.ll oadesvor to give gaaoral aatisfactioa.
anbury, Voae 14, (4
TO THE ELECTOR 8) OP NORTHUMBER
FxLtow CrmeNS : Encouraged by many
of my friends, I herewith offer myself to your
constdeiatiou a a candidate (or the
OFFICE OF SHERIFF
at the approaching election- Should I be ao
fortunate as to receive a majority of your votes
I shall endeavor to render general eitiefaction
HENRY J. READER,
Delaware tewnehip, June 34, 1848. .
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
AT tbe earnest solicitation of l'ga num.
her of hia friends the subscriber hereby of
Jers himself as candidate for
Eteglcter and Uecorrfcr ale.
Jar Northumberland County. Ho promiaea, if
elaatad. to discharge the duties of the oflco, with
aWelity ana) proaaptaeaa, aad ho Uaar, with entire
Mtiaiactioo to the community.
thaaMk'-o, My 1, 1M.
TO Ttm SsVECTOM OF IfORTlTUMBEK
. tUU COUNTY.
ATwatawlUiMiMaaaaawhoror my frioejda
1 hereby oaVr kayeasrsa v aawx idMe m
KEGISTBR afr RECORDER AND
Rtviac had several yaara eaaorteas la the da
ciaa of tha eBca ia thia county. I think I shall be
ahle aa diatharg the aWiiee thavawf with entu
oaUetwiwa. , jwrtrr r runsEL.
luah-Kjr; Jgaelt, 1IH
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
T RESPECTFULLY inform you aa cititcn
A of Northumberland county, Ibat my frbntda
ia the four lower townabipa, mad tolicita
tion, or call, tbna three year, to offer myiell
to the citixen of our county, at t candidate for
the office ol
REGISTER AW0 RBOORDER,
and I latter myaelf capable Of Mailing the da.
tie of aaid oaico according to law. Ae I am
disabled to do ant thing alaa oat teaching ecbool.
which I followed eeventeea yaara, and aadar
atand hath English, and German, whieh ie oa.
ceaaary. fce., OHIf HENRY KREBS.
Upper Mahonoy, May 97, ld$. .
Bmwf RtMMPt Exlatc,
WILL be eipoead to pablle oala, oa Frid.y
the 16th day ofSept'mbat Beit, on the
premiere, in Jackann lownehlp Northumberland
County, the following valuable real estate, ah t
A tract rLantl,
containing RS acre, more r Iras, adjotnii g lands
of Michael Fetal, Peter Kiehl and John Keefer,
late the aetata of Geo. Read, Eeq., dee'd, The im
provrmenle consist of two Log Houses and a'
good well at the do r, a awisa hntn, and als-t, a
SiwMill. There iaaleo on the premirea, a good
orchard, containing difTtirenl kinds nf fruit,
ALSO, at tha rame lime and place, a t-acl of
of wooJIand ailjuinmg land of Samuel Mai irk.
F. Jn.it , dec, con-a ning aeventy-six, aoten, and
running onto Jacob' Mountain. About thirty
acrra of aaid land can be clearad and cultivated,
and i well timbered with excellent pine, cliranut
dec The terms end conditione will be ma le an wn
on the .lay of sale hy PETE R REED, Ei'r
J ark eon lowhahip, July 8, IMS la
TS hereby given to all legatees, creditors,
I. other persons interested in the estate of John
Wilkinson, dee'd, settled by hia Adm'r Abraham
Shipman of John Keffer, dee'd, aattled by hia
Adm'r Samuel KefTer.ofl'hriatopher Wo d dee'd
settled by his Abm'r H. R. Waggoner, of Daniel
Lahrriec'd, aettled by bia Adm'rs Joseph Lahr
and George Broaiott, of Isaac Stahl. dee'd, set
fed by h's Adm'r J hn Gibson of Howell Good
rich, dee'd, settled by his Adm'r Robert David,
aon of John Seihert, dee'd settled by his A.lm'is
John Seibett and David S Msekeyof John Go,h,
dee'd. settled by his Adm'r Christian Gosh. Jr.
of Win. Moiitx, der'ri, settled by hia Adm'r
Jonathan P. fhttltx of Frederick Tichopp. dee'd
settled by his Adm'r Andrew Tschopp and I'hilip
'I'schoppof James Parrel, da 'd, settled hy hia
Adm'i Hugh McElrath and John Barret n G. o.
Ge-st, dee'd. settled by his Adm'r Geo Riamtr,
ol Geo Knydi-r dee'd , settled by his Adm'r Jacob
Snyder ofSarah 0men, dee'd, settledby her Ex'
trix Hannah 0men of Jonathan Fetter, dee'd. set
tied by his.Vlm'r Henry Fetter, of Jacob Welker
dee'd, settled by his Adm'r John Fegelyof Chris
tian P nyder. dee'd, settled by his Adm'r Jacob
Snyder of Jacob Arnold, dee'd. settled by his
Vlm'tnx Elizabeth Dressier of James Cratsley,
dee'd. aettled by his Adm'r John- Cras-ly of
.lame Lemon, senr., dee'd, settled by his sur
viving Adm'r Robert Curry afVVm. Lemon,
dee'd, aettled by one of his Ex'is, Hugh Me Wil
liams of Salathiel Pober, dee'd, settled by bis
Adm'trix Rachael Repley of Jacob Oberdorf,
d-c'tJ, sett'ed by his Ex'r George Weiaer. The
account of John PeifTer, Guardian of laaac Pail
fer. The account of Peter F, Zimmerman, Guar
dian of Henry Mai irk. The account of dm
Kartman. Guardian nf Rebecca Mayan! and Han
nah Reitx. That the Executors, Administrators
and Guardians of the said dee'd estates have ft cd
their accounts with the Register of the County
and that they will be presen'ed tn the Orphans
t'otirt of said county, on Tuesday the 8th day of
August next for confirmation and ellnwanee
EDWARD OYSTER, S g'r.
Reenter office I
Muiibtiry, July 8, ISIS
The f.ll.iwii'g trscla nf undented land, hav ng
I een piitcha-a I by the Commlionera of N illiuin.
brrliind county, and rem lining unredeem-d by the
owneta, for morn than five years, afer sde th-re.
nflo ftifj ('mnm'snioners, will be offered for ssle
at theCnurt Houae, in the Borough of nimbu y,
NoKhumlierlanil t'nunty, on Friday the 1 1 a day
. fAuijii-t, at lOn'cl.KkA. M. (1848 )
CO A I, TOWNSHIP.
Ha ah Philip.
Mu'vine Jac b,
Umholt Jacob, U
Smith M.k-hor. i
COAL dtHAM 'KIN.
cotl Abraham, SO
Titawnrlh John 40ot
Xinnb Daiiul. ''
Illnin J .hn.. 20
I.HTI.B MAHANOY it LOWER AUit:.tTA.
) warl John, ' 3USJ
Dawarl William, 993
CHIU3UUAQUE. POINT cVTUKUUr
11 air William,
Barton John, jr.,
Mil'ior E lward
Uea oa Paler.
Heirtnj Fiederick '
Henti g F'etlriick.
M ."f r Chriatian,
M ldl.tWD David.
tin It Jiinra, -rkotl
PETER VANDI.fr -'O.'
W .taoa Job,
Bunhuiy, July 8, 1648.
THOMAS C. GARRETT .& CO.
"3Jsy .An. tl? CS3 IXX OS 93
's'ad and Britannia Ware, Cutlery, ana)
raaav Ooodaw and Manufactarara of Jaar.
and Silvet Ware. 133 Caaonut etreet. Phibv
aWlphia; have received by late arrival a largo and
baadaooi . of English and Franoh Walchaa,
and M arid. Porcatam aad Fancy Clucks.
Plated Uraa. Caatora. Cake Baskeu. High tad
CkambatUaodUatiok Sup Lsdlaa, Spaoaaaoi
fork. Ahn good aeeartnal of Bthasuia
War and riao Cutlery.
Thaw alack of JEWELRY l largo aad of tho
mm Mkioaablo kind, aad they are weil aoafaaal
kh Bilver Byaaas. ferae. Mega, Nepkm Riage,
totter Knivee. m-, aad ari houi makiag aay dia
aly of P'ieae ia I tie ahlst prima, dvey era pre.
aarod loaail as loar a those who da, and iavite
eetsoaa wish in j-to pureaaae local),
Fhilkdr!'yhiahutio 10, l4aV
Wardrobe of FMhloMbfe
T ' J
J. W. & E. D. STOKES,
Vs. IM JWorJref SfreW.Tirsf Clothing tiortbt
, ... Ann SixlHt ' '
PaiLSMLrniA. 1 "
tlHERE they are constantly engaged id gel.
ting up from the beat French, English and
amariran e oth. clothing cat and made ol ia the
moat tnperior and fasbioaable ety'e. Persons
who buy to Sel' will find a large and Oirelleat
stock at the lowest city pricee. C othing mace
opto order, la a aaperier otylo at the abvrteat
N. B Odd Fellow Retail, a large aesert-
ment alwaya on hand. Ordera from Lodge and
Individual promptly attended to on the moat rea
Philade'phia, June 3, HI8ly.
TYRANTS as wall Monopolies, must fall,
so must prices. That thia ia fact can b
proved by calling at
No. 72 North 2d street, above Arch,
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED,
tlAorracf Kef off.
The stock consists in part of Gold and Silver
Levers : I'Epinea and Qusrtier Watches ; Jewel
ry of the newest and most fashionable patterns.
SILVER SPOONS, de. Particular attention
paid to these articles, the qual lv ofwhuh u
No. l.anif vrorkman.hip milo. 1 be estabtisn-
menl of t.E HURAY has been well known FOR
FOVRTY YE A KS, in SECOND Street, and
has made a character which needs no puffing.
Silver TEASPOONS s low as 34,30 per sett
can be made for less if wished.
WATCA GLASSES Plain. 10 eta.; Patent,
13; Lunette. 30cts; other article in propor
Rtmtmbtr, vou can buy here below any pub
lished list of prices in this City or New York.
Watch Repairing particularly attenuea to, ana
warranted tn give satisfaction
N B Old Gold and Silver bought for rash or
taken in exchange at (don't forget the No 73)
North Second Street, above Arch, Philadelphia.
Spt. 83. 1SI7 1 y c. May 6, 1848
r.nn.T n.T, cap, axd fir establishment'
o. lO-ljf IteNtiiut Street,
lUUrcen Thirdaml Fourth Sts.
riMlE Advertiser has constantly on hand nnrl
J. manufacturing, every description ol HATS
anu CAPS, of tha latest and most approved fash
ions, consisting of
YOl'TIIN' HATS AND CAPS,
In variety, among which ia new arti
cle for Spring wilt Summrr wear.
MILITARY CHAPEAUX CAPS
ect, made according to tha Army ant! Navy re
gulations and lousuperioity of finish and mate
rial, have never uern surpassed
TIIK SUMMER FASHIONS
For gentlemen, conaiating of Fine Rockey Moun
tain Reaver and Gossamer Hals, (very light,)
Psnamas. Leghorn. Fine Cobourgs, ect., ect.
Also, fine Straw. Ilraid. and Hair Cloth Cap;
Ladies Riding ll.ts and Caps of entirely new
styles, in fart the largesl assortment ever before
offered t, the public; being aa low in price aa
any Establishment in the country
Remember t'HARLES OAKFORD,
fin. 1 04, Chtunut tlrefl. between
Thiriiand Fourth tlrreti)
June2l, 1818 ly
i II. smith,
I'ocket Uttok a ittl Morocco Cane
Has succeeded H P. SISTY, at the Old Stand
.11 CHESXUT Street, Philadelphia
Pocket Unnks, Hanker' ("uses and Portfolios of
every description, I'oat Manuare, Ivory Tablets
Catd Csaes, Dressing Cases, Segar do , Writing
tin , Backgammon Itoatds & Chessmen, Gold
Pens. Snyder's. Chapmnn's. and Ssunder'a Razor
Strops; Fenny's Tally ho Razors, Rodgers'a
Wade & Dntcher's Jackson. Chinese and Egyp
tain Raznta, Pen Knives and Scissors, of every
description, Howie and Dirk Knives; also,
large assortment of Fancy Stationery, at tbe
Jobbing done with r.eatness and despatch.
Philadelphia, June 34, 1818 3m
KttOW ALL MEN THAT
SENNET & OO.
HAVE REMOVED from 193 Market Street,
at their New Splendid and Immense Estab
lishment to be known aa the
inner Hall ?lothl Bnw,
So. 182 Market Street, between fifth tf sixth,
- The Proprietors feel a reluctance in promul
gating what in any way might appear like tha
usual Bombastic exaggeration of soma ia in
trade, but will beg leave to quote the following
notice from one of our city papers ;
One of the greatest curiosities that our City
afTords to the sttanger, ia BENNETT fc CO'a
gieat clothing store. No. 132 Market Street, be
tween Fifth and Sixth, which has been styled
"Tower Hall," fiom tha peculiar finish of the
front. The buiditig is an immense one, con
taining seven capacious rooms, all of which are
stocked with every variety ol seasonable gar
ments, arranged in the most perfect order and
regularity. The piopritfors take great pleasure
in showing their building and contents to tbe
citizens, particulat ly strangeis, and to those co
ming from the eonntiy we know of no place
more worthy of a viait.
Philadelphia, May 27th, 1818 3m.
A Tnocaaaa Doiiisi Haven f
Hat and Cap Manufacturer,
South Ea$t Corner nf ilk and Market Street,
Barmen! ttory. '
HAVE constantly on hand a full and complete
eeaortment of HATS, CAPS, and FURS.
Also an elegant eeoortuient of ajen.' and boys'
leghorn, Panama, and Palm-leaf Hata. All ef
which by aaving of (1000 in rent, will he sold,
ohnleala and retail, at tba very loweat price.
Country dealera would do well lo call, aa hy a
ronomy nJ low teat, we era enaldeJ to ell 4
very low rate.
Jon lOih, 1848. ly
It' ST received, at the store ol Hsaav Mae
sag, choice assortment of DRY GOODS,
Urnetriet. Liquwe. Falmlenf and other hub. Me.,
II ef which will be sold at Ihe lowest prices,
gunbury, June 3, 188.
WHOLESALE AMD SET AIL
mE AND LIQUOR DKALER,
JVe 833 Market Street. Below Eighth, Nurlk tide,
Keep constantly aa hand all kind of eld Li
quor, via t 5aniriar rye wniseey euperior
Braadtr, Gia. he. . Alao whit Waadjr for preeer.
viaf. Wild Uaarrjrsna oiacaaerry oranoy.
fhitadelphi. Jan 9, lsi. ly
S. J. MEGABGEE & CO.
dni Dtaltrt m Pacer, tmi Ppr Matwjactur
II. M Caasawr t, FHIXADILVHIA-
KEEP caasttoatly aa haad larg aaeart.
bmbI a arialusg ad ataar paper. Newe.
epa' l taa aaMtrr. aa mm aspfiieal at U
Uaaa. with paper aay iM d ajuaJity, at
Ik kaWaat price.
Pbtlidelphl. TtBe ITthtl.
DR. TOWNSEKD'S COirOUM EXTX1CT OF
THIS F.srraet la pnt up tn ajnart bottle. It Is sis times
cheaper, planaiiter, ami warranted superior to any
M. It enrea dtaeaeea without vomiting, purging, nick
neat, or debilitating the patina, ao la parlkmairly adapted
FALL AND SPRING MEIMCINR. '
Tba great beauty and eaperiority of thia Huraaparilla nvef
other remedies la, whilet it eradirntea diseaae,
It Invigorate the .ly.
- tmauiDptton cured, ,
Osenee an tit rang! hen.
Consmeutlon aan be cared,
rma-hitia, CoiMatatlon, Livw Cuaiphuiit, OuMe, Cough,
Catarrh, A el h ma, "jpiulng of Blood, Boraaeaa la the
Cheat, Hectic phwh, Night INraata, DuV
rnlt and PWaa KipeFtoruioa,
Bad Paia ia tee tW
, aerate., .
. tJ . have aad em b. cured.
IrobaWy there never was a remedy that has been aa Su
eeaafal in aVapente eases of sxawampeiaa ee tWa i n aleen
see and atrengtnene the aysteia, and appears to heal the ai
eare. the lullgs, and patianu) gradual regain their aaual
health and strength. "
CUR1UUA CARR OF'CtWSUMPTION.
Tbera ia anreely a day paaao but there are a number of
rosea ofeonaiirriptlon reported as eared by the use of Dr.
Towoaen'a Baraapatllla. The following waa reeauUy re
Dr. ToWl.to Dear Siri For the laat three year, i
have been alflictcd with eenaeal diiliiv. .iwl iMfinm m.
sumption of the leet stage, and did not expert to ever gain
my health at all. After going thrctogti e eonraeof medicine
under the care of aim of the moat diatiiMniiahed regular
physicians and membera of the Baud of tlealth in .New
York and elaewhere, and ependlng the nStitt of my earning
... .,iniinnv w imui my poiiin, n,ra aiier rmuuig in
some paper of your Harmpnrilla I reajlved to try it. After
itiing six bnttlca 1 found il done me great gnud, and called
to see you at your office i Willi your letiice I kept on, and
do moat heartily thank yon for your advice. I persevere in
taking fhe 9araau-iUa, ami have been able to attend to my
usual labor, f.ir the fast four months, and I hone br the
bleraingaof God and your flarmparilla to eiaitintte my
health. It helped me beyond the expectati'Nia of all who
knew my case. CIIAIlbliS CjLIMUV
Orange, )an en. N. J., Aug. , 1S47.
rVateof New Jersey, Eiieex county, s. Charles Qutm
by being duly sworn according to biw, on hia oath aaith,
that the foregoing statement is trite according to the beat of
hi. knowledge and belief. CIIAHI.EH QLIMBY.
worn am! auliacribed to. before me at Urange. the 8d
August, mi. CYRUS BALDWIN.
J native of the Peace.
rtctn) the following, and say that c-tumplt ia in Incu
rable if you can :
New York, April 93, 1817.
Dr. TovnsssxD : I verily believe tint your rximparill
haa been the means, through Provideare, ol anvh: m;' lite
I have fin- aeveral year had a bad cough. It became tT'iri
and worae. At htat I raised large qaanUttea of bkixl, IuhI
nicht aweata and was arcatlv debilitated and reduced, and
did not expect to live. I have only aeed your HanaiusrilU
nut e ahnrt time, aial there hne a wonderful elnnge been
wrought in me. I am now able to walk all over the city.
1 raiee no blood, ami mv cough has IcA me. You can well
imagine that 1 am tliaiikfiHMnr thrnie reautl. Your ntmli
cnt aervant. WM. RUSWF.1.1,, 8 Cathatineet.
The annexed certificate tell, a aimplc and truthful nmf
of suffering and relief. There are thouffiiula of similar ca
aea in this city and Hiwklyn. and vet there tire tboiiKiud.
of parent, let their children die for fear being huiuburgvd
or W rave a few shillings.
rtro-iklyn. Sept. 13. 117.
Dr. Tow.r.rn : I take plca.ure in auting. for the bene
fit of those whom It may conrcrn. that my ilnugmor, two
veara and six m.mtha okl. wm. nlBictcd with genend de
bility nod hiaitof aeecU. She ia given up ua mtU je.
cover) bv our family physician ; but iWtmiately 1 wna rc
ciMnnicuded by e friend to try your Sarwi;ori'll:i. Iti-f ,rc
having iiiieil cine bottle she recovered her apceel, and H'aa
enable,! to walk alone, to the ful'inUlttncnt !' nil win were
nonuaintcd with the circumstances, rtlte is noiv unite w ell,
and in much Itcttcr hcttlih thtnt ahe tin. been f.tr 1H nl-.itlia
past. JOSEPH TAYLOR. 148 York rt., Itmukiyu.
TWO CJIIII.DUEN SAVED.
Very lew famthra intleeil in fact we hnve n it hcurJ ol
ona thnt used Dr. Townsend's S.rmiarilla in time, I M
any chiMrcn the neat Summit, while those Ihit did n-it,
aickened and died. The ccrcincotc we publntli below ia
conclusive evidence ntita value, and iaonly an it her insUinv
of ita saviinr the livcafaf children :
Dr. Towmind Dear Sir : I had two chiklren cured by
ymtr fnnaparilhi of the aummer comphint and dywtunrr;
one WTia only IS mouth old and tha other 3 yeara. They
were very much reduced, and we expected they woukl rtw j
they were given up by two respectable phyaicuins. When
the d)ctor informed us that we must lose llieui, we resol
ved to try your Snrsaparilla we had heard so much of, tmt
bad little confidence, there being ao much atiuT advertised
that ia worthies: but we are thankful that we did, for it
undoubtedly anved the lives of both. I write thia tliat oth
era may be uiduccd to uae it. Your, rcapectfullv,
JOHN WIUSON, Jr.
Myrtle-Dvenue, Brooki, Sept. IS, 1H47.
TO T'HK f.ADIES.
fiRGAT FE.MAI.E MEDICINE.
Da. Townskkd's S.asAPAaiu.. is a sovereign and speedy
cure for incipient e-msumplion, and f,a the general prostra
tion of the B)'atem no matter whether the result .if inhe
rent cause or causes, produced by irregularity, iUncm or ac-
Nothing can be mire surprixiiig than its invigorating f
feclaon tlie hninan frame. Ierata all wejikoris and las-
aitllde, from biking it at otH-ebeenne robust and lull of
energy umler its inrliiem. It immediately e wuteract. Hk
iwrvcieiviica of the fentule frani'., wlii'.-h U tlie gteu uuuae
It will not lie expected of ua, in ouw. .if ao delicate a na
ture, to cxhitiil eertihcale H cures psrf.iriHf!, but we enn
aMaiire the afflicted that huiidreda at' caswa han-e beeii repor
ted t us.
Da. Towa.atin: My wile being greatly di.trewed by
tvetiknea. and general rlelulilv, mid snlftTius ctaitiiuuillv bv
pain iiihI with oilier iliUHiiliiea, ami h:ivinr kieiwu rm
where your medicine h'ia eil'ected great curea: ami nl.,
henrius it riicoiiuuended lor Mieh citaeii a. I have desrrilicd,
I obtained a bottle ot your lxtract ol' Sarin pririlki and fi4
hnvft the directions you gave me. lu a .lHrt icriorl it
removed her complaiuts and reKtored her to health. Heing
greatful for the benefits .he received, I take pleaaure ill
thus acknowledging It, and recuiniueudlng It to the nnlihe
M. D. MOORE,
Albanv, Aug. 17. 'It. cor. Grand l.ydia a!a.
No fluid or mediciiu haa ever been discovered which ao
nearly resembles the gastric juice or saliva in decompoaing
fond and atrenetheninff the rirvana of diaeetitai aa thia pre
paration of Sarasoarilla. It po.itlvely cures every case of
uyspepsia, oowwct aeveie or cnronic..
Bank Department, Albany, Mav 10, If 15.
Dr. Townserta- Sir : I neve been afflicted for several
yeara with dyapepaia in its worst form, attended with air-
ness of stomach, loss of epuetite, extreme heartburn, awl a
great s version to all kinds of fond, and fur week., (what I
coast eat) 1 have been unable to retain bat e small portion
on my stomach. I tried the nsaai remedM, hut they had
hut little or no effect in removing the complaint. I was in.
deced. about two months ainre, tn try your Extract ef Har
Bspariua, and I must ssy with little eonhdenee t but after
aang nearly two bottle, I found my appetite restored and
the heartburn entirely removed ; end I would earnestly re
commend the aae of it to theae who have been a (Hided aa I
have teen. Voura, te w. w. VAN ZAND T
Aaent for rVinlwrr JOHN W. FRIIJNG: Nor.
thomherhmd, MARY A. McCAY Dan v die, WM. A.
niLiitrtAY t io.,
April K, 1848. I y ' '
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" Port Clinton, 3 00
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" Potlstown. 430
" Port Clinton, ..,45
' Sch. Haven, 8. 10
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Arrive at I'otta-
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must tberefore take the Morning Line
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unless provided with Tickets.
NOTICE. Fifty pounds of baggage will be
allowed to each passenger in these lines ; and
paasengers are expressly prohibited from taking
anything aa baggage but their wearing apparel
which will be at tha risk of it owner. No
freight will be taken by theae lines.
By order of Board of Manager.
S. BRADFORD, Secretary
May 8. 1848. If ,
Pictorial Edition r tVAiibl,rie'a
great MfmrU. on tho Kcforniatlon
Of THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY IN GER
MANY, SWITZERLAND, fcO-VVtll b
yubliabed oc or about tha 1st of April. 1848. by
OS. A. STEEL. No- 88 Cherry at a'a.
hi splendid lime edition of lb above aaaaed
week, with 18 engraved illaatratioa from art
8iaal dif m ! 4 vol la 3, hound ia extra cloth
and library sheep.
Tha aublteher respectfully rail th attention
f lb trad aad th aubli generally, to thi
work beiof th only illustrated edition published
ia tha Uaited Slat He truat thai tha beauty
fit aaWelltehmentt. the tranf nd aubetantlal
aaaaaar ia which it i bad. iaraejaactien with
tba kaawa pepalarir af Mm ararb iiaatt will he
ear reeaaaassadsliaa a snihlk lhr. -
JO. A. tPEEb. N Cherry al abov ib
J. A. eV ha alaa lately published, a aew aae)
beaunful Ediliaa af aWrgeaal tell1 Rare hw,
autubl bawk W kiUraa, aeatly dea ia
rildelhia, Jtyti 1 184eW
. A BOVEREION REMEDY FOR . .
. - ' ' AND '
GEORGE B, GREEN, Pbopietor.
sreign remedy fot DYSPEPSIA, in esany of Ha
sera aa nain In the Stomaeh. Hearthurn, haMtaei
cnetiveneaa. Acid mnmecn, Heasasehe, lea of Apeetne,
Piles. Night Bwsela, and even CunMHnptioa (Dyspeptic
Phtklaie.) and Asthma, or Phthisie Mtanded vrltk derange
ment of the egnrnach (. Dyapeptie Asthma,) Dilfiratt
Breslhiag. which oftra remits from rmpvrfect digestion (or
Drapeptio Syspnoea,) is relieved by these Bitters. In short,
their use has been proved in the relief of ehnoat ell the
symptoms that proceed from e debilitated or etonie condi
tion of the Stomach I aaw ia general debility arieing from
age or from the effects of Fever, particularly Fever and
Ague. Femalce sufteriug under any uterine derangement
arisiiut from wea knees, will find the "Oxtomatxi, Hit
teas'' en excellent reniedy, and Not surpassed by any medi
cine in use.
The history of this medicine is peculiar. It has made K
way to public favor solely by the force of its own intrinsic
merlta. No artificial means have been oreri to give II no
toriety end thrust it npon public attention. It lms never
before even been sdvertised, but having first ahown ita re
markable eflicaey in the fkmilv nf the pniprietor, and by
him aflerwaid. adminbitereal to his alHieted I'rieists and ac
qunintances with e like n'sull, its repntati.m grmhmlly ex
tended until it is known in Hie most distant parts of the
union, esameilicinc of unrivalled virtues in the cure of
Dyspepsia in all its dilTernnt t'orins, and alw for the cure of
Asthma or Phthisic. It. only herakl and its only enl.igy
hsa (wen tho story of in, w.mderful efijeacv, as told from
month to month or bv letter from friend o 'friend. In eve
ry instance where them. Bitters have been used, and tbe re
im nude kuowu lo the proprittor, lh.y have proved a re-
Nltmeriins certificates, ntteirfiiig the .iucul.tr rtfrntry of
the "OxToaxATEO niTTras," are in the piaBMssion ot the
Eroprletof i many of thi ui aigueil by ncrauua already widely
nown to tlie public.
..... .. r'EO- B OREKN, Proprietor.
WINDSOR, Vt., Ocbiber a. ifsw. ' v
The following Certificate have recently been
WASttlWToK. D. C, Jf! 10, IMS.
ITaving made use of the "Oxygenated Bitters" prepared
by Dr. Geo. B. Green, f Windsor., Vt. and from know
ledge nNnined of their cificncy in other caaea, wechecrlully
recommend them to the public, believing thnt they will fully
sustain the reconiineislation of the Proprietor. We hope
that this valuable rrinedv mny be ao generally duTuacd
throughout the country that it irmy be acccmiMc to ell the
'AMUEI. rHEI.PS, .
WliVJAM tPHAM V 9 '" (tMn Vermmt.
James Simmon's, t. s. 8emt, from R island,
J. T. MORlIMEAD, I;. S. Seuabir and furnurlr Govern
or of Kentucky.
1.. n. AKiiOl.lr nie.:-uvr oi v ungree. anu lormcny go
vernor of K. I.
WM. WOODItniDCE. t . S. 7cnat'jr nnu I irmerty Go
vernor of Michicun.
.M. I.. MAII l lN, Dcleg-ilc ill Con,.rc li"1! Vt iwonsin
Fruni 11 n. H. D. Fo-rntt, Muiuber ol Coiwrrv i,':'m
W.iMiixoTox, D. C , Jcxi: 10, 1810.
Di-or Sir, 1 lcive been a dviineniie auff'erer for ntitil 1,-n
ynara. and have res Tted to VHrion. merlicinci, lor relief
wilbiiul mccc, until I iii- u.c of vour "OxtgeivUeil
Uittcrs." I have lined nlait two b.tl'cs. and fuiduivsclf
rcMored 1 1 perlcel holih. The f,M-uw in which ihe ilifc
eiu. ah i-.1 itwlf, in mv we. were, areat nciiliiv tit the
at.muieh. I sea of opiet ite, extreme (Intulenee, wvere'consii
pnlion ol the b iwel., and violent hendache. Feeling desi
roil, that n kn iwlntge of vour valuable remedy nay reach
'hers similvly ollli.lixl. I lake great pleasure in record
ing mv testimony to it. curative power; ami would also
remmk. Hint while on a vi.it tit home a short lime .inee. I
a.lininndcre.1 s jrt of n bittle to a nilmlr ,H' my alHieted
trierinis v.TiH greai mieca.. j ney are neairona tliat you
sit. tiki estnlili.h mi new y at I'iltsbure, or Int'orm them
where the medicine can be obtained. With an earnest de
sire f( yiair prosperity and happiness, I subserihe mt-s.lt',
truly yiair friend H. D. FOSTIiR
iict. lino, u l.tnvtvniilt it, Vt.
UM Wholesale and Retail bv Green t rietelier. No
M Swth Sixth Street. Philstlcliihis.
Aaeut f t Snnlain- H. B. M ASSKR .
Agents for MilUni MACKAY A IIAAG.
April I.'., 18IH
Ill presenting I lie pnhltc Willi a remedy for ihs Irentmrut
and cure ol I-'kvvu ami Aors and other bili'.i. diaea,
no Hpolttfy ia iienleil. nut umber, in the loiil.l rnatas,
who mirier from these iillct-lion. in their varied forme, are
c mpcllet! to .t-K rell. l In mi ,.l her a.iurc.s titan the itume.
dlslc preaeriptionii of the regular phy.ieinn. It liecomes
est, to brine In-fore them s reint.lv nrenured fi om inufh
...... n.. ..ujvti ... uhmiiih y. u.wntMIR nillHIC IIIIIT
penenec, si id which may akvttys lie relied upon ua .akk,
Wru-TCAL, A!ID HAaMLK.. TO TIIK CO.N.TITI TIOX. That
such ia th true character of the INDIA i'lrtil.At;illil '
la oiuuly attested bv the universal success with which it lu,.
. w ...in., i if in m itlllllimil .11 ILl II. 11 Oft- ,v J,.
liam Wuoubbiour, the I'. S. Senate, site (Juternur of
Dktroit,' ffrt. a'l, 1810.
DocToa OUAftLKs Oauooti,
ear Sire I have read with much interest, your little
tKAEATiaa upon the '-causes, trcutuKul aiul cure" of trie
febrile di.ca.ea which have an exleuaivdy prevailed in our
country during the last lew months an interest increased
no douht, by the fact that I have individually aiuTered so
much from them. Tliough I feel myself very int-anpetent
lo judge safely upon e subject entirely pnifeaaionel, yet
your theory eeema to me well reasoned, and your eonelu
sions just, and 1 think withal, that your pamphlet ie calcu
lated to produce much praelirad good.
Speaking uf tbe nndieirM be eaya : It fully justified your
flaturing expectations, add aa a sale, amvailent, end popu
lar remedy, my own experience, ao far, haiucea me lo be
lieve that it will prove a great iwlilie heneut. I am pleased
to leaf a that you have recently established several agencies
f.ir its disptaution though I regret that, with a view Ie a
m.r general dissemination of it, you should have found it
uecesasry tn remove from your prrseut reeideeee among us.
With much respect 1 have the honor to be, sir,
'Your obliged servant.
Wll MAM WUOUBIIIDGF..
17 From Uou. Itki'ii(X V, R. TaowaaiDnx, Alichi
guu Stste ttcnnle, bi tile Agent at Detmil.
- BiaMtNnUAM. Dahla.o t'o., Dec. 13, IRtl
81r ymt wish me to iiuortn y.m what I kisiw uf Dr.
Ong.aid's India t'lail:ig ajue, ur anti-bile ma medicine. I ri
bvUeve tltal it' tlie virtue and efficacy of this uiediciiie were
Senerslly known, Ihe mt anu aoci would dimppear iu
1 procured a boule in tlie apring a" lull, atwl have good
reason to belie)e that iityneh' ami family eseuicd the ague
Ism aetuum in ciaiaeuuence of it. use.
Perliaps in no .iiiiiiner aiiHl the settlement of this fine
ncniiiMil, bus tbe fever end ague been au prevalent aa the
List. have rtv ,uiinetidl thi. medicine ui liuiuerous iu
stancce, and when Ihe dieense hud become fixed und hntlltl
Ihe skill ot' physicians; and 1 have never known it fail. I
bus uuiveraally pmduced the most happy effects, and I bet
lieve it baa never been exceeded by any medicine iu remo
ving the bilimis discn.es nf the climate.
STKPIIKN V. R. TBOWUR1DGK.
A rem fnr etuuhury II. B. MAAKlt ; Norihimilierland,
W1T11INGTO.M a Co.; Milt-u, J. II. IlA!l:K ; Meliaa.
cnve, MAV It KMISK.
Maya, llt '.
A II I tury th It'vejlutlun and LUrt f Ike
llrrn fth Wtr ( iMdrprndrncr
BY CHARLES J. PETERSOS.
An elrgaut volume irith 18 fine Steel Plnles,
and nearly 200 beautiful Wood Engraving.
-Tbis is a splendid hoik. A valuable addition to tlie
Hist vie I jtcraluet m iui country. We ara much mia
ken ii it iknat take rank with Ihe works Irving ai.l
It surntuues any siniilar work yet offered to the Anieri-
CUII li!lC." NiStl'S littsrlte.
I v I. nrouerlv e .u.Klered a r uoiUirieeil Militorv
IliMorytlf the ltevolutbsi, extremely well tux I judiciou.
writt,.!." N. Aiueriin.
-The nrejnwl wek Ihe Revolution and its Heroes, is
siiieriir, both in cxienl tutd ilciicu to any tlwt bus hereto
fore e mie under our n.siee." Inq.
A weU connected History i4' tlmt cveitlful pcri'ld. Led
ger. ..flecidtxliy the best popular HisUvy of the war oftlie
Revtilution and ita ller.ie., tlial has yet been given b the
eooiilry.w Stlunhiv Kvcning INaS.
IV AliK.N T WA.NTKO to eouvsas for the above ete.
gaiU WeW, in every t'oitnty antl Towu iu tlie 1'nil.d
Kale., to whom the nest liSsral iudueeuwuta will be udcr
ed. Price isily svt.
Adtlrew (miat-uald) - W.M. A. I.F.AltY.
No. 15C North BKl tINU tM.
Philsilelphui, May DO, leMB 3nl
Drttth, Comb and Variety
BOCKIUS AND BROTHER,
AND DEALERS IN COMBS ek VARIETIES
M 08 North Third, btluw Ran St. and MM
Rut confer af Third and Market ttroet,
WHERE they offer for aate a general assort
meat af all kindaaf Brnbee. Comb aad
varieties which they ar determined la ll
Lower Ibaa can be purchssed e aewhere.
Ceuatiy Merchants and other Parebasin( ia
lb tin will tod it la their advantage ta
rail before petcbasiag lwher aa th quality
ad pric will be ful'y guaranteed against all
am petit iaa.
Phtladehit, June 3, 11181).
'.f Panact a4!
. THE ONLT RADICAL CCRC f0
rVmfula or King's Evil, Rhenmatism, ObstiiMte Cutaneous
Kruplions, Pimpleaor Pestulea on the lace, Beaches,
ainea, unroriic Dore r.yra, mng vrorramr seller,
Scakl Head, Enlargement nnrl Pain of the
Bone, and Joints, llulihora fleers, (typhi
litie Syrnptoma. Huiatiea ur Lnmbagu,
diseases arising from an Injudi
cious use of Mctcury, Dro
sy, Expi.isure or Inipnt
deuce in life; nUi,
orders, In this medicine several Innocent Km veft potent article.
n.n .eHciaiite Ktinrnoiu are nnueti lorilllng n cmipotinu
entirely diflercnt iu its eburotfer and nrrmcrtics from snv
other pre ne ration, and nnrlralled in its operation on' the
system when laboring nndcr diseate.. It sIhiuM be in the
nnnns ot evcrv person, who, by btiMiiam, or general coumo
of lile, is prediieosed lo ihe very ntnnv ailimeats thst ren
der life acuriw, instead ot n lilcmiig, and in ten result iu
Sr. Diake's Punatea is reeommeisled m e certain remedy,
ot one instance of its failure haa ever occurred when free.
ly used ! It cures tbe dmenw antl al the same time imparts
vigor to the whole system. Hcrofulous pentm. can never
pay too much attention to tbe stntc nf their blond. In pa.
tificstion should bs tlieir first nun ; lir persri'crsuce will
nccompinn a cure ot ivti berxditakt uiscsse.
FOR ERUPTIONS OF THF. SKIN.
Scurvy, fk'orbutie ARcctions. Tumors, White Awcilim:.
fcrysljieUis, L leers, Cancers, R minim; 3jtcs, r?.-al) mst
Hue, lr. urake's Pansce.1 c.muot be t- highly extolled;
it searches out the very root of the rtinease, and permanent.
INTtlfiF.rVriON OR DYSIF.PSIA.
No medicine perhaps has ever been discovered which
give, s.1 niuen lone to tnc st nuaeli and causes the .cere
tion iH a healthy gastric Juice to dwtnipi.sii the lojtl a I)r
lit. nritkc .: I'tuiiicca is uM with the grtxitet nvrrss ill
Illieumnlle I. olnpliillit., cpf-iully .ttch tiHchniine. It cure.
tiy driving tiut Mil unpuritie. and tool limn ur. which hnv
aeeilniul:itcd iu the Mysteui, which aru the vuusc of Rlicu
tmo'"U fiout, and Sucllluit. ..i the joint., llther reineth
Oulftiniuc ,v temporary relief; ti.is entirely erndicalea
the dica"cTrin theayatein, even whi the limb and bone
arc drcudfuily rwoilcil.
t'o.s'M'MrrioN- can te ci-nnn.--roughs. Catarrh. Ilrw
chilis. Miittlitg of HIiksI. A.thuin, Dti,'. -1111 or profuse Kx
iwct'irution, lieclic FIiikIi, Niphl Sweats, I"in in fheside
Ac. have heen cured, and can Tie Willi rut much c?rtainl s
any other diKcase. A speejlic Iuh long heen sought to.', but
in vain until the discovery of lr. Drake's Panacea, 'ft 1.-,
mist end safe but certain and eiKcutioue in ita operation.
end cannot possibly injure Ihe most delicate coiwtitntioii J
.ve wimiu earneauy rwotllllieiia inn. niniciea to give 11 a
trial and we believe they will not huve occasion to rs ;ret
it. The system is cleansed ami atruicthened. the ulcer. 011
the lung, are heeled, and the patient, gradually cegiuii their
u.iuU health and strength. Read the following :
PlIlUA., Dcchllth. lrH7.
Deab Sib In reJy to your quc.tion re.,eciiiig the use
of Dr. Drake'. Panacea, I will any, thut although a iK-rlecl
disbeliever ill Ihe existence of a PaxaIiu, or cure tor am
di.caircs, huwevel valuable it mav be iu cerlsin c uidilious
of the system, slill 1 have believed tint a cure f. ,r ( 'ointuinp.
tion woukl be discovered s toiler or kiter, mid cull ily kl
me bi try your medicine iu two very invetorate t.nc".
They were pron.ninceci by the nllci.lluit nhtrsicrmis to lie
rcLxoxAUT coxsimrriox. end abandoned by tliriii n. l
t'uaABLa. One of the persona lvel twen under the treat
ment ol' several very able prat1ilineis for a iiuiulivr ol'
years, and they aaid .he had "oH lanhioned oi.iimpliioi
ennbine with Senititla," nisi tlmt hc might linger fa- s mie
time, but could not In? pcrmaiumlly relieved, lu burhca.s
thecfTit of the Pan iiti hns Ikhii iuoi iimtii yuig. tluly
four or live bottle were used by one of the pevou.i before
.he liegnn t improve nipidly. The other trnk sbml ten.
I will only mid f Itat faiuiluir iia I am with cotiKiimliou by
inherittUKH. nntl hy extciiKive ulntervnt i.n uk n .tuily, uml
knowing al. i the injiirioii. cllect. in nine ca.es citl ol' len
if tnr, tameaet, anil other vegetable tonics, a. well as Of
many ol the cxlieclorsulsanditedativeit, I .lemlfl ucvit have
rectMiimemled tlie mm of Drake's l'nnucci if I had n4 been
acipiuuited wilh the iiurmlieiit.. Sullk it to any that 11kc
arc iccomuiendcd by our nitait p iHil.-ir and M-ientibe phy.i
riuiM. ai.l iu their ivcM-nt c Muhincd .tuile. form probuUy
the best alterative Dint has ever been made. The cure 1.
iu accorikuiRO willi llioory 01" CiHisuutirii m Itrosched iu
Trance a few year, airo, bj one iu" Iter tti'wl etui t ni-
tera on medicine, and now CHtubliilied by facts which ftd
nut ol' no tlittnule.
Very niMpectfiilly Yours, I, C. CI N..
To iw the tinputtge of another, "III. Drake's Pimnceii in
always Kiliilary ill it. cll'ect. never injurions. It is led us
Opiute it i. not mid Kxpccloriint. It i i:'it iutuitlil to lull
the invalid into a fatal security. II i.;t great reuulv a
grand healing mid curative c iui;, nlnd, the grettt ntsl only
reniedy which medical science and .kill hits yet ,ioducil
fta the Irt'Sttnciil ,4' this hitherto imtoli(lierctl maUlilv. And
no perasi aflltetetl with thi. drttid thuettM. will be jut to
himie-lf ami hi. friend., if he go down to the grave wilhtnit
testing ita linn. .. A .ingle billle. in in t nw., will oro
dtice e fnvoniblc change iu tlie condition of any pslient,
TO THE I.aDH'js.
lAtlies ih" rnle complexion tlnd einsiuilplive liol.tts and
such as sre debilinted by those oletructinns which feiuabt
tM Ualile tn, ere restored by I lie use of a bottle or two, to
bloom vigor. It Is by far tlie best remedy ever discovered
foT weakly chiklren. end such as have bud humors ; being
pleasant, they take it. It immediately rest.ire. tlie appetite,
strength end color.
Nothing can be more surprising titan its invig,irating ef
fects on the human frame. Per.c, all weakness aial las
situde bet. we taking it, at once become rotmat and full 01'
energy Under its influence. It immediate counteracts ths
nerveleasueas uf tbe female frame.
CAUTIOS. Be corefid and see tliat you get the germ,
ine Dr. Dsaxs's PaSacjTa il hsa the itiiturr of ;ko p.
Sroas. on the wrapper ami al-t the uauie "U. Drau's
Panacxa, lun.A." lilown Tn the vlnii.
Prepared only bv Hroxu.ft Co., lifupx'f.tTs, No.'JI North
Sixth St., PhiUiik-lidiia.
Agent for Suubury II. M ASSKH.
Sold also bv V.m. A. Mi'Rrax k rn..Uauville II Siiaep
ra. Milton; Mart McCoy, ortlniiii!-rtai.ir; ft. P l.vis,
Airil I, lBlSly
I I RK AMI THIEF PROOF t'HCSTH.
FlRF.-PR.OfJF DUtsRS FOR It.VNKS AND STORl'S
Si'til ntitl Lpttir-Ciijtyiiij l'riwos, I'atitiit
Sluttt-Lintitl UelriifOiitlors, Water fil
ters, Patent Porliililf Water Clo
sels, iiilentleil lir llir- Siek
EVANS & WATSOX,
76 South Thir'l Street,
OPIIrSlTK T11U PlIlI.ADIil.PIIIA I'.XCII M;'.
nluuufatiure aiwl keep iNNUttaitt
ly on IuukU a h.rge ia .rttueia a'
theuUtve article.. t-Hicther with
their I'ateul Improvtl SiLtntnniler
Kllil;.'ltt)tlK SAFES, which
are si coiuUui.tnl u. biret at retd
ull uiuiuicr of doubt as lo Iheii
U-iug stricily firc-orNf, uutl ttud
they will rc.ist Ihe lite id' any
iMiildiiie. The ouuide onsca ut
these S:ifes are inatle ttf boiler iron, the inyi.le cue 01 s-ait.
suaie, and between the outer cise tuvl utner cm i. a .;uce
ot'eane three inches thick, and i. bllcd iu with indeisrue
tllae inateriat, ao aa to trtnke it nn iiii.mibijy to l.irn any
H Ihe eiattViile iuside ol' Ihi. I heM. These. S ;ato,ie Ki.
tun. ruler, we are prepared ami do clcitlcne titc w.uk! M
iri.tuii any article in tbo shape ,H" H..kSif.'B tint will
stand aa much heat, ami we holt tmrs-lvcs re-idy at nit
times b have theiu fairly Icted by public t-suue. Wv
alicntinue to iitinuftu'ture a lire ttud ifcucr:il tu. rl
ntent of our Preniium Air-tiifM Fire te H' Site, of wliich
there are over Mill now in use, itntl in every iutaitce ilicv
Itsve given entile satisnietiou lo the purcli:uwrsof winch
we will refer the public I e lew gcnilt'iiieu who huvo
them in uk.
llH) K-e-A; Stivder. P 4!vill : Jowph O. Iiwbm
Pottsville; Mr. W illiuiu t'arr. I k-slo wn, Pn.
N. Ai (j. Tnyl w, I'Jp n irth ;H A Wrihi & Nephew
Vine trt. whttrt'; Alcxni.h-r I'.tror, f .Mivvyaucer, ciwiter m'
Filliert and ih si..: J.1I01 M. Kied. :hl north M .t.; Mrer.
Hush. u n irth Udat.) Jmiies M. Piinl. IUI s m:h Ith at.t
Dr. David Jayue, M snilh ad St.; Mulhrw T. Miller. 9U
s Mith 3d St.; aud we e mid nnuie .mie hundreds 01. others
It it were necessary. Now we invite the stlenlioti ot' the
public, atul particularly thtate hi want ot' Fire Prt.u Ktl'e.,
to call at our atore before purciai.iug elsewhere, and we
can satisfy tbera they will get a better and cheaper article
al nor store than at any other establishment in lbs eity.
We akv manufacture tlie ordinary Fire Pn Cheata, at
al eery low prices, cheeper thtui they con br braght at any
other store ia Philadelphia.
nilvkdphie, April 8, 1813 ly
Cieorg el. WcnTcr,
OP MJUUS UHtF cnANOZ.CS.
No. IS Wafer Street and No. 1 1 North WA arses
ITTAS conetantly on hand, general aaanrt.
jtm ment of Cordage, Seine T wince, dm., viat
TarT Room, fiehlng Ropes, WbH Ropes, Mantl.
la Rope. Tow Linee rVw Canal Doats, Also, a
complex aeeortnsesnt of sMna Twine, die, sura, at
Hemp (had and Herring Twine, I trial I'slrwl Ca all
Net Twine, Coltoa Hhad and Herring Tut,rihiw
Tb reeds, Ac dec Alao, lied Cords. I'Uviigh .u.
Halters, Traoua, Cot too and Linaa Csipoi Chaiu.
eVc-, all of wbicb ba wiil diapos uf oa reatriQibla
Ph ild.!Dhi, June' W 148'. T
Indiaii Vegetable ti w
Thia medicine la efltn pounded on general ermcipte, Itxfm
nnre, eneduttuiaM here of the Indiasi. Arthrmgh
there are many ragdieiraa) oxled try the asms naaier sverr .
one ia swar that there ie a very great taerence asaong .
them. Those ot them tnat are ceueo "inoiaa," nave araea
the Annie frVeri us, who were fhe Irst so mtroduce praaa '
fed InVUeV medKffis to tmn saHjlic, Of eoures a :
Similarity of Bsree.doe not areata ensfiiy la the eaar-
scter or the snediclne. , . 1 . .
Wnchp IiMien Vegetatn Pins are distinguished, lot 1
(licFf perfect ariapNKaj M the buaasa Body In their Oftr.
atlrat, they an exactly waa aatare does, aad nothing aseee.' ,
They hare a roca-ret. ATia, apue the htnes, akm, UaV
neys end brrwebi. Hence their necallar arrwer over dtsees.
By promoting praniraiioa, they treek apCoLDs Coeeaa,
RntTssATte Coisnjimt, Fata 1 tifir. Bscs, .CaorLa(
CcTAHMfs EavfTtoas, Pixmm, RLoiruas, raaraLaa,
The action of (hi t ids ob ine iidnevs is such as lo make
litem a vahmbV iniwritrtsitf?. Daofav,' Caava, and Fa-
male ComKairts, arising frufn ,obstriieuew at certaia
periods, are speedily retnoved by their oee. M
A free ExrarroasiioR from the lung, ii excited by lbs
use of Wright's Indian Vegetable Pins,' thus rerhorlrej
Piibmnairf Complaints, aieh ea Aatuma, BaoKcairts,
Sorrxkm axd TiuttTxsss or tux Breast, Conghe, Sore
Throat, te. ( . (- ,
By their action on the SroMACR and RoWKL., tlie Pine
cure Dr.rtrstA, Liver Cosi-laist, PAirtTATtos or Tax
IlnAitT, Fl.ATrtExrr. Costivenesi, Fevexs of all kinds,(
Pleurisy, 1 letulnijlic. (Ibkliness, Dysentery, Piles, an all
disorders of tlie Autrstiue...
Taken in .unll dc., Wtight's Indian Vegetable rills
become nn Ai.tf.rxativs pin,Ilcjne, of great eearcaiug ef
ficacy, for the cure ofSoaE. of all kind., TtTTxa, TcMoaak
JAmntra, Ivxis or Snrit., Neuralgia, Rasb, Pai5s
1st tua Bo, Ac. 1. .. ,
Thee Pills also thoroughly break np iRnrctza, in
which complaint they arc cxlrcmcty valuable. .
In Ramus Complaiuts. the.c Pills exercise a comple:,'
runrtery. Ilcncc Fever AMD Aorx ie speedily cured by the
use of them, In the Western end Southern Slatss, where
this ilisenac room ly prevails, there Pills go like an Avalanche.
While the)- are cheaper jkui the fever and ngue remedies
in general, Wright's Indinn Vegetable Pills have been
pforftnrired superior to aU of them. Indeed, Il would ap
pear Hurt if there is one complsi.il over which thes Aihs
have mire pnerer titan irnothsr, it is Fever a so Acea.
For dettroyiiig ami expeiUng NVphm., no Vermifuge ia
superior tu these Pills Although vrc have not taken prima lo
make thi. fact puMIe, Ihe niVri of tfiw Miedirine ilaelr tk(
acrjuiretl for it an extensive rrjlntatlon and sale for the re-
mfrvnl of Worms Administered to adults or children, the
eil'cct of lite Pills is equally radical anil detisivs. All who'
.uncr fnmi WortM-t riiould by all iiuvil.. use Wright's In.
di.n VegctaluV PilN.
Iu fact, no one can g 1 amiss in the u .e oi" tnis tnediclrf
Tliey ore naturtil to tlie bxly as food is. A trial wil
ejiuince the skeptical tliat Weight's lisliau Vegetable pills'
far from being s common "quack liostruin," are decidedly
ihe mutt v:i!o-iole medicine ever offered to the public.
BeWrirc of Sugar Coatea Counter-
rlcu;?uibcr t'nat the o'lginoland only gcuuine Indam
Vi'gutablc Pills have the xn its'? sig'aittire of Wm. Wright
on the tophufl of cat.1: hus,
Wi Itflit'a Indian VecelaM Pills.
Henry Maaaer, Sunbu'y.
E. i J. Kaufl'msn, Augusta township,
lohn II.Vinc.nl, Chillisqusque.
Kase & Ilcrgslressrr, Etyaiiurg.
S.muel Heth, Little Mahon.iy,
Wi.lltam l?eppcn. Jackson.
IreU'Ad.ifiii ffsynes, McEwrmvioc.'
W illinin Hcinrii & Brother, Milton.
Foisyibe, Wii.on 61 Co- Noithumborl.n'.r
James Rted, I'nllsgrnre.'
II. W. KcoH. Itj.hvillc.' .,, .
W. dr R Fcgclr. SUatriitiiiplown.
Rhode. A Ksirow. JSpyJeiitowu.
Amos T. Bcisell, Turbulsv ilia. .
Dtnneville Hol.-tttie, I'pper Mahopoj ,'
J. hn U. Kcfin, ilo do.
K. I.. er, WuUnntnern. , ,
Wlni'Cr..c, nt tlie office nml genriul dennt, lf9
Rice St., Philadelphia.
July 8, IS48. ly
w J-e V
weste5 liwxt fonts.
COL IjEtiti OF HEAlflV
207 3t'ti street, Huffulo, N. Y.
pp. .C. VAUGHN S
Vegetable Lilhoatriptit lixlnrr.
rpillS celebrated remedy Is constantly increasing ita fame
X by the utauy curea It it making
ALL OVER THE WORLD".
1 1 hu now bee. ne the only medicins tW faSfly rAe, ttf ia
particularly rccoiumcudcd for
all stages of this c uiplaini immediately reheved, no maft'er
m b-jw Ian,- lau.litM. ewe Puaupulel tor lestuuoer.
and sll diseases of the urinary organs; for these distress
ing c otnpLuiii. 11 Maier. si-hi. ; no other article eau relieve
y mi ; and the rules totifiedui willeonvineetlie most sk.e
rlcnl f ec pnwpMet. Liver Couidainl, Bilhuus dissssss.
,. FEVER & AGUE. .
"I o Ihe tlrcut Wet eAHet,il)., aial wherever llirss eoui-
pluiul prevail thi. uiclicitir ta ..llcred
NO MIXMJAI. AGE'T,
n tlcleteri.iu. c..iiuiiid 1. a part of this niTsture, il
cures these d.aiscs vfnh .crtaiiiiy and celerity,' end euee
u leave tlie .v-lt lii l lipid. See Pajlliihlct.
a e Miid;iintit" in'?l iwnnVvl chamber. -ia .
lAlMF-DIArELV RELIEVED, .. ,
1 nn I a cure loll w by a few laya use ot tin. article ; it U
ir l.- en's ot'iuf piviairaikiu lor Una disease, 01 lor any
other tl ieue urn; nun wj fr,n impure Itiuud. Sec paw
ptrt. I' ' .-. . .t .. .
LEIULU V OF TU.E SYSTEM,
vrats ! k, wenkncMt of the Kiducv., 4c, or luflsiru ns-'
ti at mum. i. iiuiiHnlialuly rulieved by a lew days use of.
tin. nicbciiie, iuiiI a cure is ulivtt a result of its use. It
A CERTAIN RKMKF'Y,
I ncb eiiuiliiut., aud ul f tleriL,'!geiriciils of tits is '
Utah mime.' . . . , . .
luinfiil imwuiulci.. Nogrliek b-af eves been ufferml'
c.pt llil. which would ban a a,i. kicil 01 tlcraoeeme.V'
It iiuy U relie.1 utun e e we and ticctiv reiuedv, aret
did u'e Icel jK.ruiittetl d 1 an rulil give
A TMOl'SAND NAMK$,
n pr.ari trt our' iit lliia diattreiiviiif chw ot t xnphvit
St:- ihtuiiphM. All brttkaui tkwii. dcbititatud omtatitutioiui
ir.HU lUt- t'llrrl i iiivri'iirv, wiil AihI ihr bnnn Hvr cH
Itiiei urUi'ln to not itniuetlinti-ly, ujhI the jKiiiLiui ouiieral
cntUttnitvJ ir 'in Ilii" etvtutMii.
w ill bittl ttic altr-mnvr irjiicrtiL-ti i iluo artitU.
atrl .hivcu stu-h diw-to.. frau the system. See tamphlet
t. I, Military ol cur, s iu all disease., which Ihe liiaiuot'
ail atlvertiH.iieut will le. ntiui to be milled here. Agnus
give them sivny 1 lliey ci.ut.jii, M pages 01' ccrlihcales o
high eliaractcr, im. a Mf.11 r
ARR.VY OF PROOF
01 the virtue, m nebcin,., never apiaernt. It r"p'
ll.e -nliur Vttires ,w tlti. article Unit it nei-cVfails to
helM-tlt III UtlV C.l..., UU.I it I.MK- ai.l llltllicH IC 111 Ul blllld
Hm kl Ihu luiaciuttxt ai.l liiririiurtii Aha
int'l keep takini: the tiH-diciue' oa 1 .111; as there is uu im
irovciiicut. The Tr iiirictor vcm 1 ...
! I'AITION THE PUBLIC
Uinin4 a uiuoher ut articlca which cue toil under tit's
SAIISAPARILLAS, SYRUPS. &C,
a.enre..Dr.1My, tiravel, They ere ..d l'trirV'
thuig, and uuueocte 11 villi the unwnrt : .
'J'Ol't'H THEM Not .
hirl?Y1!fVrt,,,,rf,WM d"W" I'H
tin. article bail don's tl. f partHiuer study of ll, psm
Agent and aU who sell the article are
grutuitonaly. Pol up in 30 oa. bottles, at eat; ltd deal
.ii ""V" aohl' ox more than two small Int.
IT' Vi.?lt,", el impoaed upou Kveey elis. has
eiighn a Vegetable I albontnplic Mixture." blows upon
the glues, the written signature 01 '-G C. VeughnV oa the
eWuone, and -Hi. C. Vaughn. truMOVI. sumped en tha
cork. .None other are stuniuw. Prpered bv Dr O. C
Vaughn, aod 4 at tba Principal 0aTrr Uia etraet1
Biututu, al whakwic en rsuiTNs eneaiiou green to hn.
tera unless post paid orders -from rsguierly eomsttuts
Agents excepted ; poet paid letters, or verbal easnuuHav '
Uoci . aicnuig advioa, promptly erUMased ta grene. , ,
..rc0,ot,, txelinusxiy aa tha axle ef eata easaao-'
m Nuaaii at. New V01T1 any; Btee at. Mesa, Mast .
an by Ihe pnaeipal DruniauUwaKhaxitlhe VaaMStaM
and Canada, aa Agcnla. , . J ...
Lm of .gsrutorrs e, taeleJLftrsdsl.
Frilln,, uaauitaa Goxroairf hus
-C. A yeUJll t-hjVc,, jAoae-Weyea
MuCoriiuoa, M-TwenrA-Pl. JTtss SftSey, Ncetaisaaber-
April I, Wlr'y
POR ?al at this office.