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IIKH 1 I.OVE.
1 know a liulo hand
'Tin live softest lit the land, ;
And 1 fell il pressure blonl, m
Whilo t sing.
Ily-whitp, nnd resting now, .
Like ft toso-loaf on my brow,
An a dove might fan my brow
Wjth its wing.
Well I prize, all hands nbove,
This dear hand of her I love.
I know a little foot
Very daintily 'tis put
In a precious litllo boot,
Where it hides.
Like a shuttle it ever flies
Back nnd forth before mine eye,
Weaving music for mine eyes,
As it glides.
Well I prized, nil feet above,
This dear foot of her I love.
I know a little heart
It is free from courtly art,
And I own it, every part,
For all time.
Ever it bents with mnsio tone,
Ever an echo of mine own,
Ever keeping within mine own
Well I prized, nil hearts above,
This dear henit of her I love !
Length op the human haw. Tim ordi
nary length of the hair or the head, ns dedu
ced from its measurement in women, ranges
between twenty inches nnd a yard, the latter
being considered ns unusually Ion?. 1'tit in
some instances tho length is much ijrenter;
ns in the case of the lady in whom, I am in
formed, it mensures two yard", nnd trails on
the ground when she stands erect. When,
however, hair is kept closely shaved, it np
pears to become persistent, ami nt the same
time increases in slronslh and bulk. Tl has
been calculated by a curious investigator
(Wiihof) that the hair of the beard prows at
the rate 6f a line and a half in the week, this
"will give a length of f-i" inches and a half in
the course of a year, and for a man eighty
years of age, twenty-seven feet which have
fallen before the edge of a razor. Such an
amount of growth appears in nowise remaik
able when we learn from Kldo that in thn
prince's court at Eldam, there is a fnll-lcnslh
painting of a carpenter whose beard wnsniue
feet long, so th:il when engaged at work, h
was obliged to carry it in a bag; and that
the bnrgomeister, Hans Slomiugen, having
upon one occasion forgotten to hold up his
beard, trod upon it as he ascended the stair
case leading to the council chamber of Biiinu,
and was thereby thrown down and killed.
Wilson on Ike shin.
a m.niui.au i'l.AXT. A commuiiicat ion
has been recently made to the London Lin-
naa;n Society, covering n letter from tho
northern pari of India, giving an account of a
plant found there, which, when chewed, actu
ally destroys the power of tho tongue to ap
preciate tho taste of sugar. It if the pymnc-
ma sylveslre ; Int. ord. Aselcpiadea: and goes
by the name of Indian plant. Two hours af
ter chewing some of tho leaves, the aroma of
tea could be appreciated, but the sugar with
which it was sweetened could not be detect,
ed. The impression remains about twenty-
four hours, sugar all the whilo feeling like
sand on the tongue. It is suggested that this
may lead to some important physiological
discoveries in regard to the organ of taste.
'How is your wife to-day?" said a friend
of ours, to a French gentleman. "Oh ! moche
de sem," said ho ; "she is no better ; and 1
am 'Irani ver little waas. If she is gon to
die, wish she would do it soon ; I feel so un
hapie; my mind is so moche unset-tel.
Wen she die, 1 shall not be so moche dissat.
They sny tliinc eyes, like sunny .kits.
Thy chief uttnul ion form;
1 we no .uriKliine in Diok cyer,
They lake 0110 all by ttorni.
r , .
tui.K. ictoria was iwciily-mmi years
old on the 21th of May. She was manicd
on tlaa 10th of February, 1840, and has alrea
dy given six heirs to tho throne, viz: Victo
ria Adcluid Maria Louisa, born November
21, 1810; Albert Edward, Prince of Wales,
November 9, 1841 ; Alice Miuid Mary, April
25, 1843; Alfred F.rnst Albert, August C
1844; Helena Augusta Victoria, May 25
1846; and an infant born March 18, 1818.
The allowance to each child is 135,000 a
''By the Marzy, mam, 1 wouldn't wish nt
all," said an odd old fellow, the other day,
- "or, if I did, I'll tell ye what I'd wish I'd
wish that I had a two bushel bass full of
needles, ami all them ar needles worn clean
up to the eye in making bags, and all them
ar bags chock full of dnnuuds.
The soil in England, which a century ago
was owned by thrco hundred thousand per
sons, is, at this time, owned by thirty.lwo
Tlio miner ililves Ix'nnuh lire -il
To bung the precious metal, forth,
While farmer, and in clirytul showers.
Mme winlth than all Uic niiiio aic worth.
The fiuui'ul rain, Hut o'er the lumt
tVeoik wealth ami life where'er 'li. ilrivin,
Tell, innn never to duU fjoil,
Who kiiJ. hi. how,rs of g. -Kl from Ileavuu !
Rai'iditv ok Spkakinc Somo of the
lrKM slulo tliat Dakiel Webster gjiuuksut
the Hto of from eighty to ono hundred und
ten wonU jier niiunto ; Gerhitt Smith from
seventy to ninety: Dr. Tvko from 0110 lmn.
dred and twenty to ono hundred and forty
Mr. Bo-its. f,nwt 1 ,
nd tweuty ; Mr. Clay, one hm,,!,,,,! n!,,
thirty to 0110 hundred and sixty; MieCiioATE
ana Mr. Caliiouk, fiom ono hundred and bi
y to two hundred.
ftn Am r m, , .
. ur im. n iioYs.-tnero 14 a wgu m
West 0th Street, Cineinnntti, on which are
me woriU; "B. Hoy, Tailor."
Ah-ha! said thi farmer to his com.
o.' i l thn corn to the farmer.
' 1TSW CHEAP GC0S3,
John V. Frili ii g,
RESPECTFULLY Informs hit friendi nnd
customers, that he hut jutt received and
opened splendid aiaortment Of GOODS, eotisis.
ting of ,
Groceries, Hardware, Quccnswarc, $c.
The public are Invited to call und examine for
Sunbury, May 0, 1818 tf
AN extensive 8toek of Pocket ant Table CUT
LERY, for solo by
JOH1T 1. COL2CXO.1T,
Kos. 39 and 3-1 ARCADE, and 8 North
Till fin Street,
Cnltfp Ising 5000 doren Penknives, Scissors and
Also, a choice assortment of Rodgers & Rons,
Wostenholm's, Urcavra'a, W. & 8. Butcher's and
Also, Spanish, Dirk and Hunting Knives.
Also, Guns, Pistols, an I Howie Knives.
Also, Tht American ltazor Strop, a auprrior
artirlo, worty the allrntion of Dealers.
Cann Dealer in Cutlery, will find the above
Stock worthy their atleniion, as thn Subfcriher's
cliirf business Is importing nnd selling cutlery.
Philadelphia, Juno lOili, 1848 ly.
aiiisn & SON.
Commission nnd Forwarding
Mi. 48 Commerce Slrrtl lihmf. HA1.T1MOHF..
Will receive nnd sell all kinds of Country Pio
duce Flour. Grain, Ike.
N. B. Purtidilnr attention given to thn sale
of Lumber. . And cash advances made on con
signments, when required.
April 1, 118. Im
" 1' 'II 1 I, A I) E I. V IJ I A
P.tnhlhhcd IS vara n;;, lit Dr. K1SKEIAS.
lire oldest, surest nnd IhhI hand to cure nil Tamils
of seen t diseases, disenscs of ihe skin and
solitary liuliils of youth, is
I) It . KIN K Y. Ii I N ,
N. IV. corner of3d und Vnhii .vr-., hclwrcn Spruce.
(nd rim; 1 J mpum from the Exchange.
YOUNG MEN! if yon value your life or your
health, reini-inber, I l.o delay of a motilli, nay,
even n week, may piovo yrur rttin, bolli of body
niul miml. Hence li t no falsa modesty deter yon
from making your rase known to ono who, frmn
rduralion nnd respectability, e .:i a'one le-fricnd von.
He who phecs him-clf Under Dr KINKE1.IN S
treatment, may ir liginu.dy confide, in his honor as
a gentleman, nnd in who-e bosom will bo forever
lorkeil the rret nl the pa'i n.
Poo many Ibinli Ihey will but; the secret t.) their
own hearts, and euro tin nl civ s, Alas! how of
ten is this a fatal delusion, and how ri my n pro-
ltii.-in"r. young iiian,cho mii,-;!it I :no been nil orna
nirnt to soriitv, has faded faun toe e;irth.
finding it ir.ronvi nirnt In make person il np lira
li n, ran, by stating thi ir ease explicitly, together
with nil their svrnptnnis. (per I, tier, post-paid.) have
forwarded to them a chest containing lr. li's me
dicines appropriated accordingly.
Packages nf Medicines lonvarded to any part nl
tho United States nt a moment's notice.
cry Vivr rArn iKTTr.ns, addressed to Dr. Km
kki.m, Philadelphia, will bo promptly attended to
Oe. 00th, IS 17. ly
Ko I9S C hcsnxit SI reel,
Si.ulh I'.art Corner of Kiehth t , riiiladijpliiii.
WJOHTKAI'I'S from the smallest breast-i in to
toe largest tnze, tinpiy or in groups, j no
I'rnprictors are warranted in siMiiir, that ibeir
work has gaimd n repiilatioo second to iiono in
I Iio world. Kxtrncts irom tin: Press :
l.ife-liko in the expression, ibastly correct in
the i-bading. Ledger.
"The ait has nrrivej nt great perfection, and
none, nnoerstaini it in-ucr man roc ues oc ucr
Admirable ! nnthhiii c in exiecd their exquisite
delicacy." U. S. Gazette.
Extract from tho report of the .ludces, at tho last
fair of the Kr.inklin Institute. Daguerreotypes
in this department lliern are soma very excellent
specimens in the exhibition, and Ihe Judges think
they see a progressive improvement in this branch
of the art. 'Pbey have not r coinmoodcd an a-
ward in favor of any of the competitors, but are
ili-pnsed to rank tffirit in order, the collection of
McULEES & UKKMtlH, as containing the lar
gest number of tuperior spicitntns."
I llllatlelpilla, 1'l'U I'J, 1H1H. um
SIX YUA 1(8 AGO
flHE children began to cry for Shcrmin's Lo
X zenges. I be noise was not ao loud at that
time, hut it has kept increasing ever ioce, and new
has Income so great that the mouths of the little
ours can i-circe he stopped. Dr. Sherman sympa
thise! with tba Hide sull'. rers, and viry much re'
ere s that any of them ctiouhl he disappointed.
Knowing Ihe vast benefit which has been confer
red upon the community l y the introduction of
WORM 10 7,1. HOES.
be has entered into arrangement for enlarging bin
Mauorictory.hy means of which bethink, he will
ho able to supply the dcma d. And the fame pains
and care will be taken, that lliese crlehrated l.o-
xenges he ma le as they b .vo alunvs been, in or
der that tboi-e who depend rpon ihein, may not ho
diapnointfd in their hope.1. He knew when he
cnmnirnceil llie inanulaciure nt Ihe Wurm Luzen
lie tint liny would supermde tho use of every
other vennifuge, a. ihe l.o.ruo is veru phatnnt
to the taste, syfy in itsiilIoitH. as well a. certain,
and the quantity required to effect a perfect cure.
la very small. 1 heso properties, in connexion wilh
lite f i t that they arc sold for -Ti cults per box, thus
plaiiug them in the reach of the poorest man in
Ihe laud, has not only caused them to take the
place of every oilier ver nuluse ever offered, but al
so rendered thcin popular to the community.
Ufi Dlirriiiioi H
eonlinuo to cure Coughs, OYI.Is, (uusumplion,
Asthma, bhurlness and dillietilly of lirealhing, and
other ilisea-es of the Lungs, Willi the same facility
ihey did on tin ir Dr.! introduction, and tho moult
have now become persuaded by actual expeiionce,
that on the accession of a ,l,elit cold, thev have
em'y to step to cither the Di's. office, or one of ihe
Agents, aim obtain a box of In. Cough liozencr
wleeh are very coiivinient to curry in Ihe pocket
ana to luxe a lew llirough III day. Ify pursuing
this course a cure ia efieu ellectcJ in 21 hours, and
the patient about his b'j:in. t. Sj great U the ce
lebrity of the Lozenges, that thouvauds of persons
who have used the in, and become acquainted wilh
Ibeir clliclc, will never be without ihmu.
POOH MAW'S FLASTIt
hascuird moreca.es of Pheutnatism, I'ai i in the
Hack, Hide, mid Chest, Lumbago and V.'i.ckuei,
lh.ui any apphcitioii that baa evir been nude. As
the celebrity of the Planter had increased, hundreds
of unpiiiictpUdj ra-cala hava attempted to counter
- te,t ,",lm " "" U"in llie co,l,im,"i,v "" "
,' '".' . & Vvwn:e "f '"!.'!'"'" -CO Kc-ocin-
tier thai thn true and genuine Fluster is spread U
on rrdJish paper iimJv cxpie. -ly for the pin pose,
and in every case the sii'Ualtire of Dr. Sheiinaii is
punt: ii upon llie l ack of the Pl -ster, and the whole
secured by Cnpy Right, None others are genuine.
Thoicfuiu wl en you want a real good Shi riiian'
Poor Mau'a Planter, call at ihe office, llltl Nasau
slieol. and you wi'l not be disapiminted.
Iteinenilwr the number, 10U Na-aau si., whe.e
all Dr.feuermao a Lozeng.s are sold. Ilia Agents
are Mre. Hay., I Kailt... .i,t, Brooklyn,
Hiiireo,,, Williani.bur,, Hl UrMwg & Co..
Boston, ai.J Jitll.N VtI..MJ, Uu,my,
M. A M.CAV, Niil,urulMnl.iid.
Septenil.fr I lib, Itft;. ly.
SUNKU11Y - AMERICAN AN1) S11AMOKIN
CD UE S3T 5Q ISJ ST "O?
IT has power to cause all KtTaawAt. SORKS.
BCKOF1JLOU8 humors, SKIN ttlSEASEM,
POISONOU8 WOUNDS to discharge their pu .
Irid matters, and then heals them.
It is richly termed All-healing, for there Is scare
ty a disease, external or internal, that it will not
benefit I have usrd it fir the last fourteen years
for all diees of the chest, consumption ami liver,
involving tho Utmost danger snd fepot.sihtlity.
and I declare before heaven at.d man, that not in
one single ease has it failed in benefit when the pa-,
tient was within the reach of mortal means.
I hsve had physicians, lesrni il in' Ihe profession.
I hava had ministers of ihe gopcl, judges of the
bench, aldermen, lawyers, gentlemen of the high
eat erudition, and multitudes of the poor ue it in
every variety of way, and there has been but one
voire one titiiversnl voice saying: "M'Allistor,
your Ointment is (iOOl)."
In Scrofula, Old Kores, Rrysepelns. Tetter Li
ver Complaint, Poro Eyes, Quinsy, Sore Throat,
Droncbiiis, Urokrn or Bore Hrenst, Piles, all Chest
Diseases, r-uch ns Asthma, Oppressions, Pain
Also, Sore Lips, Chapped Hands, Tumors, Chil
dren's Cutaneous Eruptions, Nervous Diseases,
and of tho Spine, thero is no medicine now known
as gm tl.
SCALD HEAD. Wo have cured cases that
actually defied every thing known, ns welt as the
ability of 15 nr SO doctors. One man told ua ho
had spent f 300 on his ehildicn without nny bene
fit, when a Tew boxes of Ointment curid then.
BALDNESS. It will restore the l.nir soonrr
than any other thing.
II B I he salvo has eurcil prisons
of the headache of 12 years' standing, and who
hid it regular every week, so that vomiting olten
took p'.icii. Dkafmkss, Etn Am, and Aortt its
TnE Fm.-k, arc cured by this Ointment with liko
i;tIH'S. It is otic of the best things in the
world for Pur no. (Itead the directions around tho
lilll'UMATISM. It removes nlmost immedi
ately iho tnflamation and swilling when the pain
cea-e. (Keail the Directions around the Uox.)
COLI) l'KKI'. Consumption, Liver Com
taint, Pain in the chest or cidu, tailing off of the
b:.ir, one or the, other always accompanies crdd
feel. (This Ointment is tho true remedy.) It ii
a stun si c;n of dbcasn to have cold fret.
TUT I'lCII. There is nothing belter for the
cure of Tetter.
PILES. Thousands ato yearly cureJ by this
OOlilVS. Occasional uso of tho Ointment will
always keep Corns from growing. People need
never be troubled with them if they will u-e i',
Head the following Communication,
Hi reived fiom r.n old, respectrd and wi ll known
citizen of Phi'adatphia. and then judge for youi.
Philadelphia, 10 mr 1810.
To T. I). Peterson, Having been requested
In cive 1117 mamon on the merit if M'ALI.IS
T EU'S SALVE, I am willing to enuinernte some
of tbe In in lils which 1 liavo rxprrieiiced in the use
if I In- ailicle.
In l!:e s)iring of ISI.r, I bad an ot:aek of Ery
.siprlas in toy f ice which becmne very painful, nnd
exteiolid into one i f my eyes, beii 2 attended wilh
fever, my it. stress was gu at and I began to be Tear
ful i f l.ii g my eye.
Alt! eugli nol innch ef a . rliever in whit is
ominrnilv called iinnrk meiliiiiies, I 1 urehi'rd a
nnd made an npj'Iierilian tiinyfaee. 'I'o my
1 .i ii a: l!.e p tin f-'oon ab tod, nnd in a wei k'a time
t w; i:t tr'y cored, end I firinly bilirvi! that it
a ihe sae, under Providence thai cmed me.
I'n.tii lhat timo to the present, I have used the
urliclo ns ocrisiori reqtiirrd, and in every case whcie
have U Cil II, 1 Ilavn roiiml a iiecnli il heliclit.
At ono time, nn going to h?d nt iiigbi, mv ibroat
was ao son thjt I swallowed v, ith difficulty, but
by nn application of tho fbIvo I was relieved before
I have usod it in rase of burns, bruirrs. sprains,
and flesh cuts, n'l with the happiest efTects, and
one case of poisoning by a wild vine in tho woods,
has been dried up and cured by a few application,,.
I' roin my own experience, 1 would strongly re
roniu.ciid it to all, us a cheap, convenient, family
1 have become so partial to it, that I expect to
keep il con-lniilly in my family.
Though nol ami ilious to upiear in print, yet I
cannot r. fu- o in have this eommniiira'iaii n.atle
public if judged best to serve the c.u-o of humani
ty. Itespcclfully lliiii.'.
W M ADAMS',
No. 20, Old York l!o:.d.
CAUTION. No Ointment will he eitiuine
ntib is the nnmes of James M'Allister, or .lames
M'.MIisli r 5(. Co., nre written with a pen on eve.
ry labc'. JAMES M'ALLISTEK.
Sole proprietor of the above medicine.
(xj ruici:, ckkts rici woxra)
Aui..vis : J. W. KltlMXO, Sunbury,
1'Ollsri'II, WILSON & Co.,
Dr VM. M Iilf.'KLEV, Danvil'e,
.1. U. CKOITSE. Selinsgrove.
P. C. SH KLLE R. Lewisburg,
WM, F. NAfi'LE. Milton,
JOHN SHAIU'LESS, (;altawi,ss.
Feb. lOlh, lS19.eowly
VENI, VIDI, VK'I. Dr. ALLEN'S VEGE
TABLE COMPOUND, for the cine nf
DYSI'El'MA. MVER COMPLAINT. NER
VOUS DEBILITY. BILIOUS AFFECTIONS,
Ac. 'Phis Medicine is offered to the public under
the assurance that there ia no article in exUtenec
having stronger claims to their ennsideiatioii. Be.
ing compounded by a regular Graduate of J. tier-
son College, Pbiladi'lph'a, and a practising physi
cian of twenty years' standing in Philadelphia, his
long experience has conllrmej bun 111 trio opinion
In il a c, impound medicine was required to prevent
and remrily the debilitation pr ilnred by 11 sid,ng
in In'v, miasmnlic cltmati s, nnd to eminier icl the
pro trating inlluiucci of many nervous disorders
wilh which Ihe human family are iilllieled.
lilt. AlLK is a well known phjsicnn, and
bin use I the abave ntedii ine in his practice for 8
years wiih the mnsl astonishing ell'eci, having les-
led Us qualities in above
FIVE THOUSAND CASES.
Noniediiine ever iceeived mare flattering ro
cnnnnonilali tn from phyticiaua nf iniiiient land
ing thill has (neii bestowed on this.
DYSPEPSIA OR IMlKJESTION AND
ITS CONSEQUENCES. An eminent Prof.,,
snr eays: "Il chiefly arises in persons who lead
cither a very sedentary or irregular life. Although
nut regarded as a fatal disease; yel if nelectid or
impioperly ireared, may bring 011 ii. curable Mr.
Iain-holy, Jaundice, Madness, or Veitigo, I'slsy
and Apoplexy, A gr.at singularly nlleudant 011
it iV, that it may and ofieu do. a continue a great
length of lime without any reinis. iuii of ihe sym
torus. CAUSE"'. Grief. and uura-iness of mind, iu
lin e sludy, profu-e evaeuaiioiis, excess in venery,
excessive use of spiriluousdiquors, tea, tobacco, o
piuin, and other narcotics, iuiuiotb rate reph lion,
over di.luuliou uf the .luin.ich, a delicioncy of llie
sccrcliou nf the bile or g is'ric juice, exposuie In
cold and damp uir.aiu ihe cLiif causes uf I'u. di
SYMPTOMS. I .OSS of anrietiie. nausea, aeart.
burn, scidily, snd fatid erucutious, gnawing of
ine smu.aiu wueu i mply, uneasiness 111 ihe. ihruit.
pai 1 iu the a.du, coMivencsi, ebillin ss, I -nguor,
lowiiess it spirils, pilpitationn, unj J.. UrUd
TREATM EN'P. ,'. ALMS'S YEOU.
I Wii Lis rOMl'Oll.M) has m v, r failed iu utl .r-
d lit; inline, halo leliif, uud a iad:cal tU'O for ibis
cry- Th:. Medicine can be ha J of II. B Master,
nulinury J, 1;. Mailin, I'ult-vdlo , Medlar V
Bicktl, Orwigsburg j and of Druggiel. geuenlly.
ALLEN & WARD, Proprietor.
Philadelphia, Nov. 87, 1817 cl ly
flHK snbsriibcr ia prepared to receive and ac-
fL rominodate a few transient or permanent
liiiarilim, at her residence in Sunbury. The Iu
ration is in a handsome and pleasant part of the
town, commanding a fine view of Ihe Suiouehan-
ria, Northumberland and the scenery adjacent
iu persons irom me city, who wati lo tpcni a
lew months during the summer aeaHiu, bun bury
...w.u m utiiuiiui leiieai.
, . ANN V. MOR111J.
April 8, 1818 - Cm
DA!VK NOTE LIST. .
The following list shows the current raluo of all
tVnnavlvanla Bank Notes. The most implicit ro-
liance mny lie placed upon it, as It Is every week
Brcftilly comparea wun aim corree.ieal Irom men-
nell'a Heportcr. .
HmiKs in i'itiiaicipiun.
. Disc, tw
1 LOCATIO,. rHilA
NOTES AT TAIL
(lank of Nuith America , . par
Bank of tho Northern Liberties , , par
Commercinl ltsnk of PcnnV par
Farmers' and Mechanics' Hank par
Kensington Bank par
Philadelphia llnnk . . par
8chuylkill Bank - . . par
Snilthwark Bank par
Wrstcrti Bank par
Mecbnnies' Bank . par
Manufacturers' Ac Mechanics' Bank par
Bank of Penn Township . . par
(iirard Bank . par
Bank of Commerce, late Moyamensing par
Bank of Pennsylvania , par
Bank of Chester County Westchester par
Dank of Delaware County Chester par
Bank of (iermantown Oermanlown par
Rank of Montgomery Co. Norristown 'par
Doyleslown Hank Doylestown par
RaMon Bank Eastnn par
Farmers' Bank of Bucks eo. Bristol par
Bank of Northumberland Northumberland par
Columbia Bank eV Bridge co.'Oolumbia par
Farmers' Bank of Lancaster Lancaster par
Lancaster County Bank Lancaster par
Lancaster Bank Lancaster p
Farmers' Bank of Reading Reading par
Office of Bank of Penn'a. llarrishuig. These
Office do do Lancaster I offices
Office do do Reading f do not
f Iffice do do Esslon J issue n.
N O T E 8 AT BIS C O II N T.
tank of tho United States Philadelphia 17
Miners' Bunk of Pottsvillc Pottsvillo par
Hank of Lewistown LewUtown fail!
Hank of Mlddletown Middlctown 1
I'nrliblo Bank Carlisle 1
nxebaiige Bank Piltshnrff 1
Do do branch of Hnllidaysburg 1
Harrisburg Bank Harrisburg I
Lebanon Hank Lebanon par
Merchants' & Manuf. Bank Pittsburg 1
Bunk of Pittsburg Piils'.mig I
West Bianrh Bank Williamsport
Wyoming Itntik Wilkesbarro tj
Xorlhnmpton Bank Alleiitowu 110 sale
Uerks County Bank iieading failed
Olficc of Bank of I J. S. Pitlsbura failed
Do do do Erin do
Do do do New Brighton do
Bank of Chambers-burg Cli'imhorsbHrg 1
Bank off iellysbnrg ' Cettyaburg 1
Hank of SiiMjiiehnnim Co. Montrose 2
Trie Bank. Erie. .l-'i
Farmers' & I'rovcr.i' Bank Wayneshtirg 2
1'iankliii Batik Washington II
llonrtdale Biiik Ifonesdalu Ij
Moiiongiliela Bank of !!. liro vnsille 1
V'ork Hank Yoik 1
Ti. B. 'Ihe notes of I'-ot-c bank on which wo
omit qtiotatior.s, and stihMilnlc a ila-'i ( ) nre not
purchased by the Philadelphia brokers, wilh the
exei i.tion i f thnsn which have 11 I. -iter of r, ference.
I! I! O K E N II
Philadelphia 'mv. Ins.
Philadelphia Loin Co.
-VI,u!UI S.,v. loa.
Keiisirgtnn S iv. I'h.
Penn 'J'ovtis!ii .-' iv. Ins.
Manual Labor Bark (T. V
Pnwani! 1 Bank
Alleghany Bank "f Pa.
A n :
Dyoll, 1 rop.) failed
l!e !!'ord 110 sale
Hani burg closed
lb lb fuite closed
Pittsbing no sale
Fnyello co. filled
Harmony Iio rale
Hiirrtingdoii 110 sale
Lctvirtowii no sale
DuuibiiT no sale
Now Hope closed
Milton no sale
Wilkesbarre no sale
Bank of Beaver
Hank of Kw.iinra
Bank of Washington
Farmers' &. Met h'cs' Bank
Farmers' cv Mech'cs' Bunk
Farmers' ,V. Mceh'es' Bank
1 1 1 iiiliiH.Ooii Bank
.Noribcrn Bank of i'a.
.New llopn 1). I. Bridge Co.
Noitliuuib'd Unimi Col. Bk.
North Western Bank of Pa.
Office of Schuylkill Bank
Pa. Aer. & Manuf. Bank
Silver Lake Bank
Union Bank of Penn'a.
Wilkcsbarrc Bridge Co.
dj' All nolos purporting to lie on any Pcuusyl.
vama Bank not given in the above li.-t, ui'.y be set
1..H H as fiauds.
Dunk of New Brunswick
Uurlingtou Co. Bank
Farmers' and Mechanics' Bk Rahway
Farmers' ami Mechanics' Ilk N. Biuuswick
Farmers' and Merchants' Bk Middlttowu Pt,
Franklin Bank of N.J. Jersey City
Hutiokcn KkgiK Uiazing t-o I lob,, ken
lersey Lily Bank
Morris County Bank
Monmouth Bk of N.J.
Mechanics' and Manuf. Bk
Morris Canal and Bkg Co
Newark Bkg & Ins On
New Hope Del Bridge Co
N. J. Manufac. and Bks Co
N J Pioteclon & Luiubaid bk Jersey City
Sab 111 Banking Co
Slulo Bank of Morris
Salem and Philud Manuf Co
Trculnu Banking ('u
Union tlu rik
Washington Banking Co.
N ew lull
BkofWilmck Brandy wine A ilmingtnii
Bunk uf Delaware Wihningloii
Bank uf Smyrna Smyrna
Do blanch Mdlord
Farmers' Bk of State nf Del Dnver
Do branch Wilmington
Do branch Cnurgctown
Do brunch Nunc idle
Union Bank Wilmington
rj j" Under 5's
rjj' Ou all banks maiked thus () ihere are 1 i
ttier connlerfeii r allend Holes o? 1I111 varmus di
(Mirniii.tinna. in rirc.itl.iion.
Time ana Distance Saved t
fllllK sub.cribers having leased the Sunbury
L Ferry, bsg leave to inform the public, that
Ihey ate pteiared to convey Teams, Pleasure
Carriages and Foot pasaengeis across the river
with safety and without delay. They have pro.
vided themselves with new and commodious
ciafls, which will always be attended with, able
and careful bunds.
Persons travelling to and from and through
Sunbury to New Berlin, Lewisburg, Hurlletoa
and other places, will find it greatly to their ad
vantage to cross at this Fciry instead of the
Bridges, as they would save from two to four
miles in distance. JOHN SPEF.CE.
Sunbury, April l, IS 18
No. 10, "
Soiru Fos arn Htkkkt, Awivk Cuewimt.
Jsu. 2Jlh, ItllH
The 'Grand Purgative
FOR THO CURE OP
Measles, Salt Rheum,
Ileail Burn. Worms,
Itchinga of the Skin,
Colds, OiHH, Gratrl,
Small Pox, Jaundice,
Pains in tho Bsrk,
Palpitation of the Heart,
Rising in the Throat,
Fevers of sll kinds,
Atvn A vauirtt of OTnrn tiisr.A-r.s aoisiko
bom iMeuniTirs or thk eioon, sn on-BTBi-CTiosa
i ii onnAxa of ni
or.sTio, Kxperience has proved that nearly every Dis
ease originates from Impurities of the Blond or de
rangements of the Digestive Organs ( arid to secure
Health, we must remove ihoso ob tructions or re
store tho Blood to its natural stale.
The aversion to lakine medicine is most i-ITer-tnally
removed by CticK!Rn' Vmiktahlr Tea
oativk Puis, Icing completely enveloped with a
roatinir nf purr, white Sugar, (which ia as distinct
from the internal ingredients ns nut shell from
(he kernel) Ann havk wo tastr of wr.wrt!;,
But nre as easily swallowed as bits of candy.
Moreover they neither na'.nente or gripe in the
slightest degree, but opcrato rqually on all the dis
rscd parts of tho system, instead of confining
themselves to, nnd rarktng nny particular region.
I bus, if tl 0 Liver be affected, one ingrcitirnl will
. -ate on lhat particular nrgin, and, by cleansing
it of an Excess nf Bile restore il to it nntur il
state. Another will opcrato en the B'ood, and
removo all Impwitic in its circulation; while a
third will effectually expel whatever impurities
may havo been discharged into the stomach, and
hence they sTnirtK at Tilt! boot of iusf.-t., re
move all Imnorn Humors from the body : open
the pores externally and in'croally ; separati all
foreign end obi ns ions particles fioai the chyle, so
that the blood may be thorougVy pure thus secu
ring a fee and healthy action to the Heart, Lungs
and I.ivcr; and thereby ihey ncsTom: iikaitii k,
vrx wni-. ai.i. oTitf.n mh iiavk faii.vii.
The entire truth of the above can be a-.ceit inicd
by the trial of a singb box ; and their virtues nre
so poi-ilive and certain in res'or ng Health, that
the proprietor binds himsi If to return the money
paiil for thtin in nil cifcj wbcre ihey do not gie
universal satis action.
Hclall Ti ke, '21 $. vcr
. rdncip d rfiiee No. f-tl Ve.-ey si., N. Yo:k.
Sold by JOHN YOUM'J, Surdmry,
M. A. JIcCAY, Northunii'claml
fTj Remember Dr. ('. V. ('lirl.ener is Ihein,
ventor of the Sugar Coaled Pi Is, ami that nottvug
of tho s-Tt was ever neard of liti'il he introduc.
them in .lune, ISO. liiiirharers rhouM, thi rffore,
always ask for Cli boner's Sugur Coaled Pille, and
lake no others, or they will be mule Ihe victims o
Sept. Ht.li, IS 17. ly cow
cnrnii ! Tin:
trsns in1: in mi
tin, Tin; wohk or aim
1IKS moTKU lias nr.i.N n;i.i-v,
tiik cofnii ov lovsr-n-riox iiiti
iv it A Mii-s n i r tie rir.
BE YOU A VoniEP.? Yosiro irlinarhiM,
your idol mid e.'rtldv j o-, i now perhaps
colilincd to her chnml it bv a iVirM.'.eriUs cold :n r
pale cheeks, her ihan shrunk -il lii-sjer.i, tell ihe
boll di-eape baa already gained upon her ihe
sound of her sepulchral cumh pieiees yur soul.
YOL'.VO MAN, when ju-t sh-ut in er.tr r life,
dis-rane sbeds a heart cai-li'io; 1 iiht over Hie fiir
prospects of the Inline your hectic cnujt and f e
lilo limbs tell of vour loso aiul hope, but V"U need
not despair. I hem is a balm which will heal iho
wounded lung", it is
s 11 1: n m 1 x s
.ALL 1 1 U A T.I X ( 1 V. A 1 .S A M.
Mrs. ATTHEE, ll-.owif. of Vm. II. Attree,
Fso. was niver up t'V Dr. S.-wull of Wa-hiiii-'on,
Dis. Roe mid Met'lellnu of Philad"lihia, Dr. Roe
and Dr. Molt of Ne.v Yoik. Her friends all
thought she must die. She bad every nppearanee
oT being in consumption, nnd wm so proniiui;ccd
by her phvsii i 111.-: Sliennan'.a Balsam was given
and il cured her.
Mrs. OAK I'.A BRA NT'., of BuliV Feiry, was
als i cuied pf cniisitmpiii.il by this !l I'-.mi when
sll other remedies fried lo eiio relief site wai re
iluced lo a skslet .n. Dr. A. C. (Visile, l),-riti--t.
SSI Broadway, has wituessc J its elfurts in several
ca-cs whero no o'her m. dicii.C allordcd reiieT but
the Balaam operate,! like a rharm. Dr. O. also
witnessed i's woiiderfu! effects in curing -thma.
wl.iebjt never fails of doing. Spitting lll. o I, alar
ming as it 10, iv be, is elli-ctually cured by ibis Bal
sam. It heals the rupture.! or wounded 1 1 ,o,l
v, ssi Is, and mnkea tbe lungs sound again.
Rev. HENRY JONES, ltlrl Eighlh avenue,
was cuied of cough and catarrhal nlbclions i t 5(1
yeara a amliiig. The 1'irs.l dose gave him more re
lief than all the othei medicine be had ever takrn.
Dr. L. J. Heals, 18 De'anry street, gave it to a
si-tcr-in-law who was laboring under cori-umption,
and to annlher sorely nlll cted wilh tho A -ll.ma.
In limb rases Us 1 Hi el. wrto immediu'e, toon re
storing lln in lo cnmf,,riable health.
Mrs. LUCRE I IA WELLS, 05 Cbri tie slreet.
suffered fiom Asihma 4'i years. Shoim.n's liul
aam relieved her at once, nnd she is comparatively
well, being enabled lo subdue every ullin k by a
timely use oT this medicine. 'Phis indeed ia the
aresi remedy T .r d ugl s. OuMs, Spitting Blond,
Iivcr Complaints, and nil le all rtion of the
throat, and even A-l'in 11 mid t'ousump'ion.
I rice 25 cents end M ( er ti.,il.-.
Dr. Sherman's Cough und Worm Luzcuges, ami
Poor Man's Plaster Fold ns above.
Dr. Sherinaii's eflire i nl lnfi Nassau ft. N. Y,
Agents, JOHN YOUNO, Sunhurv.
M. A.M. CAY, Nortbu:iit,ei!aud.
September lllh, 1817. ly
Vt'KClalilc I iiivcrsnl TiIIm,
lie only known lUuHehie that ut the same time
purges jnirifu and strengthem the fitfim.
Lojiiio, July 7, 110.
K. LE ROY'S Tills aro a new medicine
which has just appeared, and is fist taking
tho j laces of all oilier, nf the same class. These
pills are composed of many ingredients, but the
two principal ours are Sarsaparilla and Wild Cher
ry, ro united that they act together j the one,
through its admixture with olher rubrtat-ns, pu
rifyii.g snd pu'ginn, whilo the other ia sironcihen,
ing tho system. Thus those pills aia at Ihe same
liino tonic and opening ; a ib sijeraluin long and
eagerly sought f.r by medical men, hut newr be
fore discovered. In 1 1 her words ihey do tho wt,ik
of two medieii es, and dj it much hitter ihai rny
two wo kno.y of; for thry remove nothing frilll
the sys'em bid the in.pitriiies ; so that wttla ihey
purge ihey slrcngllu n; and henco they c,,jSB
debilitation, snd uro followed by no e-action Dr
Le Roy' pills have wonderful influence 'ou the'
blood i they not only purify w.,hont wcakeuilig il,
bul Ihey leniove all ie.xif,u, porli,.,.s fri,, ,hc cliy)(.
bcfoie it is converted iir 0 fl.d, Dlld ihus make iin.
pure blooil an utter Lnp, s ibiliiy. Aa there is no
debilitation, so l!u-,a U no nsusei or sickness l
leudiug ibd operations of this iuot excclb u! ufine.
dieines, wli'tn never trains or tortures tho diges
tive fum ,1011s, lut causes them lo wntk in a per.
feclly natural manner ; and hence pei.ona taking
the-.n do not become palo and emaciated, hut the
contrary ; for while it is the property of lbs Saraa.
pirdli, united as il ii with other ingredients, to
remove all that is foreign and impure, it is equally
Ihe properly of the Wild Cherry lu retain all lhat
ia natural an J sound; and honce a robust stale uf
heahU is tho crrtain rgsult of their uuiluj opera
tions, (rjr Price SS cents per BOX,
Agenu for Le Hoy's Pills,
J. W. FRll.INO, j ,
M. A. McCAY, Norlhumberl'J.
August 8 1st, 1817. ly
A LL persona iu lehted to the subscriber, by
1 Uut or book accouut, are hereby notified to
call and aetllu the aauiu without delay, iu order
lo save cost. IRA T. CLEMENT.
Sunbury, April w. lbllj
CP S2f LSi 0
THIS Medicine Is warrantee!, nn oath, nut to
contain a panicle of Calomel, Corrosive Sub.
limnte. Arsenic, Chloride of Cold, or nny delete
The principle upon which this Medicine acts, is
hv assisting nnd harmonising with nature t il
drives out all foul acrimonious humors from the
blood and body, arid by assimilating with and
strengthening the gastric juice of the stomach, it
assists digestion t in short there is not a vein, arte
ry, muscle or nerve in ihe hnman body, that is
not strengthened by thn PANACEA, and it also
possesses the remarkable property of removing
merenry from tbe bones ami joints.
FOll ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN.
Scurvy, Scorbutic Affections, Tumors, Scrofula or
hmgs Evp, W htte Swe!linrc, Erysipelas, Mcrrs,
Cancers, Running Sores, Scabs and Biles, limn
and a determined perseverance in D . SWEET-
SFR'S PANACEA, will effect a cure.
Rejection nf food, Nausea, Vomitings, Nervous af.
lections, Billinus complaints, Head set e, paleness,
or Femnlo Irregularities, Dr. SWEETSER'S PA
NACEA will soon effect 0 cure ; hut if obstinate,
or attended with griping, flying pains, the dose
Should tie incrrnfCil, ami thn cure will snnn be el-
feeled. Let not tho patients frighten themselves
with the idea that they aro too we dt to Inkc much
medicine j but bear in mind lhat this mildly opera
ting mrd cinn put not weakness into the frame, but
most cirtainly draws wenknrss out, leaves strength
in its place, and by giving composed s'eep at nlg'-t,
and an appetite to relish any food, re-animaies (be
whole frame wi h vigorom notion, rlearing ihe
asiiid and improving the si!it.
SCROFULA AND GLANDULAR AFFEC
TION. Scrofula is said to Iio heriditary, ihr infant re
ceiving f.om ils parents the seeds of this direa ,
which increases with its ycats, if neglected nnd
not submitted to frequent purine dion with Dr.
S WLT.TSEU'S PANACEA. The gl.u.oV aro pla.
ecl in the corners of the body, arol nut of the way
of direct communication ; thiir real u-c is a fubjcei
on winch much uillerence 01 opinion re"nls; it
suffices us to know that when ill a dis as.,! ttale,
they are capable nf bring purified nr.,', cleansed by
a long cnur-e of Dr. SWEE'I'SER's PAN A
CEA, which rcs'orcs theui to sound and pinpir
action. Scrofub us persons can never pav lo innieh
alb nlion to their ldood, its purification shoii'd bo
their first thought, for after a long course of perse
verance, thi y will ever curt hcredit ary disease.
In rases of JACSDICK, ASTHMA. 1.1VKR
co.vi'T.Mvrs, 'lie Doi.oiu:vs.. lunar
NAT1SM OH MIKUMATIC tlOVT, Dr.
SWEI'.TSER'fi PANACEA cannot be too hich
ly extolled ; it searches nut the very rnnl of Iho
dis 'iise, and by run ning it from the Blond makes
a cure certain and permanent.
Fur diseases of the llkdtlrr anil IC'ilnna, Str'c.
lures, (tnirrl. Stone, l'iln, Fintuln, 1'iini'n (Hi.
ttrueliontnnd I'jircnie. Cnstinnif!) Dr. SWEET
SER'S PANCEA ia llv le.-t remedy ever (r c.I ;
il r, n ovrs all iho.o ncriinoi ions hu-'in-s from ihe
Bl'-od tthii-h rive rise to the aiV-ve d:ea-es, and
bv keeping the blood in a pure c uidi:ion, in -en a
For DROPSY, F LL1NY! it rrrs P.OWlU.4.
l.ap'.-r t:r nf the l'l"-J, M ..trial Taint. Wak
ne-iiftlcSpW Vhuuf lUr..-:! lathe. Haul (!!,!
il'iiiw. ..'-i."o and lurzTim' A.'Ve -i the lUa-.l
and i:r. 'lr.' S W E ET.-J V. R'S PAN CEA will
uive cert iirr relief; in nl! fi vc'C and chronic e":-es,
Ihe pn'ients cannot be ti,., often reminded that ,,-.
gfr dti'rn and perxivrranr" v. ell' et a rme.
1 1 VhlUs and Fere-.. IMwtt -'eirr. . I. c'-'on
of the. '( and .Vs. Spamrf and .'. :')::
(Innn. fir' nr'trf: rni't nmit ('ot;t:; nr.d ("',','
Dr. SV.'Ei; I SER'S PANACEA 'will b f.und
perfectly sure an. I certain in its c:'b'tj.
CR VEI, AND URINARY COMTLAIN
'i'hoio enmp'nin's ore geneiady rit'ende.l v i h
llie most fatal 1 oust ijnencns. and tire si Id. .01 10 ne.
vr eiited by the pies.-i.l m-tile of l-eatiiietn ; -b y
iistid'y aeromi any the j iti,-nt t ' llie cr i'-e, af er
sii'd'eiing Ihe luo-st excrui ialing pain und lor i-.re.
'Pile cau.- uf these complaints aie the sa:nj as a'l
others, llie dtoas of the b! 'ud beconv s eiicrus'ed on
the tine .si narrow passages, whence sr a.- uiorbiil
recietmns and Moppages of n ine. You will find
llie 111, si p twerful ,1 nr. lie- nf n l use, as tl.ey only
incre-i-e the ipi-intily of urine nnd do tint ptiiil'v
1 ml strengthen lb - parts, llv i'.uifving the bin, d
with Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA, vou re
move the cau?-o of the disoise, consequently it can
not exist any longer, oiler sulheient perseveianee
ill its use has ilopiivc,! the blond ami body uf all
acrimonious humors nnd incrustation.
DISEASES nr t:i e LUNCS-Ci Cvv-UM PTION.
This is a very prevalent and fatal ili-ea-e ; it re
sults mo-tly fr.,m netlccted cughs, cobls and bron
chitis, 11I.-0 from irni'ioper Ireatiueni in many ulbcr
ca -es, such as nirash a, f, vers, infianiinaii -ns and
sinal! pox, and a ho-d of 1 titer badly trealed diseases;
where llie cause, instead of having been thoroughly
removed from iho blood and body, havo only been
palliated or removed from one pirt 10 break out in
another. By divesting your bodies of all foul hu
mors, through tlio medium of Dr. BWEETsER'S
PANACEA. Iho cure is at once rendered certain
and permanent. Recollect, whilo there is acrimo
nious humors floating in the circu'aiinn, it is as apt
lo settle 011 1 tic lungs as any ntner part of lee. huy
this is the riasou that consunip'ioii is to prevalent.
BILES, SORES A NO ULCERS,
Which you sec on tho exterior, come from nnd
have their source in, (hc inleiior, and might just as
well have lettb-j on youi luogs, liver, nr any olher
pail j Vlt, ,1 we know ll.ey frujuenMy 1!,,, ami pi)
du'-e most vi.dci.t iiul .niuiuieiy J , ruder. The
humor which o.ea ions thesa sons is of a highly
acrimonious burning nature. We know it from
the pain it gives in forming, and nfternards its ra
pidly uicerning ami cotr aling the flesh anj ,kiu
of the pait wheie it brtaks out. This thows the
necessilv of fieipiei tlv puiifving Ihe blood with Dr.
SWEK.EIf-S PAN AC I'.A, and keeping such
malignant humors iu tu: j, cti.in. should you have
a bile or ulcer, be thankful that nam 10 Las taken
trouble to w orn you uf the danger youi life and ho
ly is in, Tor it is a warning l! at the blood ii foul.
Had ibis s une acrimony stlrctcJ the hiugs. instead
ef the turface i f yuur body for its seuS consump
lion of ihe lungs would have been t'.ie'coi.ecipjrncn.
D. lay not then, lo purify and cleanso with Dr.
Spinal ullec.iens, riilargeruiiit of tho bone and
joints, white m ellings, l ip joint romplaiul, rup.
Hues, fallo.," f,r ihe b ovvels nn I waim'i iltsca.-e, will
find a s .eedy euro in De. A U F. HTSUR'.S I'A
AACH.l. liere the disease I. a, been of I ng
ns'.idiu;', ilio tiuiu rnjuiri j lo make a cure will lo
longer; hut thu patient may n si assured lhat a
determined perseverance will effect it.
P.RONCIIITI i, ASTHMA ami DISEASE OF
Thrse ilhtusei proceed fum tho serio.-itv cr
c irrupt litimors of the blood, having t led ilseif un
I !.- Iliroal und lungs, nnd rt,,piej litem up, .0 that
I' ey cannot draw sullicienl air in ha respiration.
Dr. 6 WEE TsEU's PANACEA w.ll give imme.
ilule re liif. and to make the cura perfect snd cer
lain, it fliould be eouliniied miuo li no alter, to
free li.e system uf all had I. ulnars.'
RHEUMATISM, RHEUMATIC. OOUT ND
Find a safe and speedy cu-0 iu 7V. .S'H'," KT
SF.Ii'S I'ASAVKA. It cuies by sesrehing ev. ry
blood ves el ami arti ry, and driving out all impn
rilies and foul humors accumulated thmeiii, which
is the cause of rh uinali-m, gout and swelling, of
tho joints. Tho deleteroU effects of calomel anJ
olher minerul poisons, readily yield u it. .uvcieign
iollucnce; indeed, when iu val iaHo pmpeitic be
come fully known, the use of all miner I p ai.ju will
Ih? consigned to 'the tonihofall the Cipuleis,' and
oiily be tl.onght of as a by -gone custom of the dar
ker ages. Dr. Swectser's Panacea is also a sure
cure for dyspepsia, piles, cosiivtuess, vertigo, bead
ache, pnm in the breast and liver complaint.
FEYER AND AGUC.
Fever is always caused by a dioiJerly move,
nu ut of Ihe hlood, striiggling to f,- il.etf of a.uiic
thing that rncuiul cr. it ; iu fUct, t-vuiy kiud ut ib
vei is Holding nnue tbaii a siiugglu bulwee.i iu
blued and toillinl huillul., and , avon l(; )U.
rnpt humors are expelled, you have tin more fev
hen a patient with Tever submits to be tiled,
have bis blood pnisonej with mercury, il wcukr
his frame to such a degree, that it he survives 1
process, it always leaves him subject lo distrcssi
chills, when 9 limes out of IV be resorts to ag
pills, powders, or tonic mixtures; this ii going fra
had to worse, as these vegetsbte pills, powders, ,
sre Tii thing but merenry anil quinine in disgub
which may for a time drive the disease so Tar ir
ihe body sa not lo be perceptible, but very eoflf
win nreaa out again with learlul violence. To ci
anue and fever, the cause of the disease must he,
moved out of the blood nnd body, which can be
fectnilly dune by using Dr. 8WEETSER"S P
NACEA, which purifies,cteanscs and strrngthei
ll contains nothing that can possibly injure, and
us is alwaya a safeguard against chills and fevc
In ait. ('ash of Ptr.r.a, Dr. 8WEETSER
PANACEA will effect a very apeedy cure. It
moves from the Wood, stomach and bowels,
those foul ncrid burning humors, which aro t
cause of Pileg and Coslivcnes, nnd by strength)
ing the digestive organs, improves every part of I
FLATULENCY AND WIND.
These disease are cau-ed by Ihe stomach t
bowels being choked up wilh viscid atimy matt
ihe air which enters them cannot e-enne until fori
by some contraction nf the stomach to expel
hence tho cauno of pain. A few doses ef 1
SWEETSER'S PANACEA will convince 1
suffcicr that relief is attained.
GREAT MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN.
Parents will find the PANACEA a valua
medicine fur their children, keeping their bodies
a heabhy Ci ndi'i in, thereby assisting ihcir g'c-'w
children or grown persons, aftnr lakinS it. arc I
liable to be attacked with nn epidemic as before,
it alwaya leaves the blond in n pure condition, a
the 1 mire sy-lem in a strengthened stato ; it dri
out a l kinds c.f weakness from tho body and lea
d! heal hy within.
Will find Dr. WST-;.r,R's'pANAOEA a m,
one purely no ,v,( ,1 l!l(.;r ,,,. Mllft ,mip(1 (
j ring tl-c -(.criod of pregnancy are afflicted with pi
, D', rii.vcetscr's Panarea, hy regulating the bow.
will entirely nbvra'o this, and its purifying prop
lies on the blood and fluids, insures to them In
thy cIV-pring. No one who is a mother should
without it, ai d Ihnm who are nursing will fin,
of eieat In 111 fit to iho hoabh of their infants.
For barrenness nnd all drsras-es nf Ihe worn!
is with. rut a lival in ihe entire histoiy and cataloj
nf. medicines; by its extraordinary strengthen
power, it stimulates nnd strengthens the woinl
weakness of which is the cau-o c failuro to b
Under this he n! may be classed Pu'pilatioi
the Heart, 'IV D doreiux or Facinche, Neurali
Ind-gcs-ion, Tooth :u he, Melaiichnlj.llysloiies.i,
in I aet, every disease caused hy the sharp, biti
acrimonious burners irritating Iho nerves ;
nerves tcrrive tho morbid impies.ion r,rii the .
until, or ralher t r, r.i llin blood through the ngri
nf the stoin.irh and i'igi live organs, anil alifcV
i t. rr puts 01 1 ,0 : n 'y are appirentlv the saal
:ir i- i
- 1 a-isrd bv the morliid inqe
' i1 1 1 -rd t'V ill - nerves, to I
- of Dr. sVLET.seus )
r. ore iho patient that he I
i .11 Conveyed f.-o;..
part. I. w I
NACE nii'u-.i .u
the cure in !.i i 1. :
"1 i.i : is an iii.' ::
id wil'i iif-r ' 1 r ii ;
'on', aeriniooioo.i h
l'.i ,1s, sv:i!ii g ,11 t
tieme iniu n-I f -,e
1 sr. ANTUONY'.-t FIR
ao -y ,!i . !.-', n'-.v ys n-e
' ,-.--i !. It proceeds from
mors lodged in the blood :
0 loo's and face, cansinir
put aiions on the s
; s they only tend
'I t part, ar' I pi-r'.i
l-t.i-.vise iini r,frr.
1 1 0 are war
IiiroiV ti e .1;;
euie the die
Il an n-.ie-a
e i.i nine
e eu 1e.11 -t
t :lv cause ;
;t -d v ur bio
ly ui.mauo t. pa l t!i
and vou will ho
i'oul huo; 1 o
I in a d.,v.
Sl-.liS PA?, ..';. , a tharuugh purithr of
blood, dill s,ri" h mil 1 very impurity in the m
reimite p-rts of the h.,dv anil cx;n it I'iroiigli
ni diu-n nf the l o.-cls. There i. not vein, at
ry, miiHcIo or or-;an of llie entire frainewn.k
man, lhal Dr. Sncitser'a Panacea does not 1
piove. To tali i it when, you, aie well is to ki
we'l ; and when sick to Income well.
Tn. SV.-FF.TSFrS PAS-ICE A, Mntc
poe 1 only of a v, g. iabl,. niatier, or medical nei
and wairante.l, on orh, a" eoutninii g not one j
trele of rneriuri.l, mineral, or cl.iniir.if subslan,
's ThiliI to I , 1 e.leeliv l.l'.iiulf s l the imi-l ten
age, or the we,'.e. fiann-, uinK-r any stage of I
j man fill eiine ; l' i nio-l p'eas lit ami benign in
iteration lli it win e cr oil. n d to the world ; 1
nt the sani-i lime ihe most ceri iin in searching .
the mot of :.i y t it pla 11', lio.vever deep, and
perb rm'ng a c re.
Pure J! per b ill!.-, or ilxltstil s f.,r ?-r. i
sale, wl.nlcrale net! retail, at the corner
CHARLES inu i'K A'l'T Sirei-u Ih.himore, 1
n'-o by GEORGE BRBIUT
ITS WO IH AS J5AiEI'
ixtrns, acains, nn.l fyr hinih nf lnah
rex Cured. '
rinJl.M-.X t. .i.MVKRSAI. (lIVTVtPVr
J. tho ni'et complete Burn Antidote ever kno
ll litst-ri)y) (,n,d as if by Magic) stops pains of
""-ost de.-peiato Burns and Scalds. For old S.,v
Biti'scs, Cut., Sprains, Ac., 011 man nr beast, i
ho ,cst application thai can he made. Thnus.
have triej and thousands praise it h ia ihe n
pufict master of pain ever discovered. All
use recommend it Every family should be nr
led with il. None can tell how soon some of
family mny need it.
Cj Olwrve each box r-f the genuiro Oij,
1. a tlir nan-.e o: c. I oi si.t wrilUn on t'ae out
label. To irriil.te lira is forgery.
Bo .tmen, I.iv, ry Men, Farmers, and all who
Horse--, nii find this Ointment ihe ny best II
lln y C 111 u f.r C-llar Calls. Scratches, Kicks,
&c, oft tin ir aniuials. Surety every inerrilul'i
would Keep Id. Hernials as tree from pain 1
hlo- Tousey's Universal Ointment is all II
1 all lhat i.
qilireil. Try it.
Bl PES OF INSECTS. For the sting or
of poisonous Insects, Tousey's Ointment is 1
va le 1. Hundreds havo iried il and found it e
PILES CURED ! For Ihe Piles, Tousey'.
nivrisal Ointment is one of tho heat Remedies
can bo applied. All who have tried it for the
OLD SOKES CURED. For old obsli
Sons, there is nothing "equal to Tousey's (
nic.it. A person iu Manlius hud, for a liunib.
y..rs, a sore leg that batllej tha skill of ihe doc
'IV.usey'a Ointment was recommended hy ou
die vi-iling physicians, (who knew its great virti
and two boxes pr,,i!ueed more benefit ihnn the
tiei t had received fior.i any and a'l pioiou. 1,
dies, Lei .all irv it.
BURNS AND KJALDS CURED. Thous
of cases c.f Burns und Scahls, in H ,,tri ol
country, h,ve 1 cen cured by Tousey'. Uuiv
t "iitirncut. Certilie.ite. enough could'ho had t
lite lode of this sin e.
YIOLEN V BRUISE: CURED." Tctiu
..Is 1 11 testimonial-, iu favor i-T Tousey's Oinli
forcuting Biuise.i, have la-en oil' red lha pro
lies. Hundreds in Sjracu-e will certify toils e
inni'.s in reli, viug ibe pain of tha unvi .severe Bi
All persons should iry it.
SCALD HEAD CURED. S .res of e .ae. ,
ScaM Head have been cured by Tou-ey's Oin
ineni, 'Fry it it -,1,1,1111 f ii's.
SALT RIIKI'M tH'RIU). Of.'l iho rcine.bi
ever disrov, retl for tin nio.-l ili. igreeal le complain
Tousey's l ii vcr.-al Ointment is the uicjt c.ilnpb-l
ll never was k'l awn 1 1 lad. .. ,
CHAITl.i) HANDS CAN BE CURED..
Tun i'j' l uiversil I l.t iinei t will always cured
wor-t n.-ti uf Ciiajpcd Hand', t:cuie of per. so,
will t ite ilea.
SOiiU LIPS CURED. For the cure of So
Lips, tin re was never auyihing made equal, 10 To
sey's Ointment. It i. sure lo cum llleiu. 'Fry il
Il is a scieuiilic compound, warranted nol toco
tain any pnpiraiii n of Mercury, flj Piiee '
ceuls per box. For fnilhir psriktitars conceiuii
thi. really valutl lo Ointiueiil, the public are ith
red to I'liinphb Is, 10 be had ralu, of respri-ial
Dingi(!s!B ami Miirrhiut throughout the Utrl
Prirp.,e-I by ELLIOT A TOUSEY, Drus,ie
fyiM-use, For sal by
JOHN VOUNO. Kunburv,
M.A. McCAY, Norihumlx"
SH. I lil.i, lull. ly eow