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SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
EDITORIAL aid SELECTED.
PEBUtSYLTAftl A CULTIVATOR.
We have received the first number of
monthly publication with the above title,
which is published at Harrisburg, by Foster
& Co. at $1 per year. Each number will
contain 32 octavo pages of Agricultural
reading. It is a well printed, and judging
from the present number, an ably conduc
ted publication. It is handsomely illustra
ted and contains much valuable information.
E""The nomination ofV. E. Piollett,
as Pay Master in the Army, it is said has
IE7" The Democrats of Columbia County
held their convention at Bloomsburg on
Tuesday last. The following ticket was
Congreu Hendrick B. Wright ; Assem
bly Stewart Pearce; Prothonotary Ja
cob Eyerly; Register & Recorder -Chas.
Conner ; Commmissioner Harman La
bour ; Auditor Benj. F. Stamm.
Gubernatorial Delegates. Senatorial
John McReynolds ; Representative-Ste-phenBaldy.
Instructed for Morris Long
Congressional Conferees. Dan itl Sny
der, Coorge Smith. Instructed for Hen
drick B. Wright.
Democratic Jtemlnatlens la Schuylkill
Congress 1. S. McMicken.
Assembly C. Fnger Jackson and Win.
Prolhonary JohnM. Bickel.
Recorder David Klock.
Commissioner J. Ege.
Pittsburg, Aug. 13.
The owners of the factories say that I hey
intend to suspend operations until next Spring.
A Van Buren Convention in Penksvlva
nia. The Delegates trom Pennsylvania to
tht Buffalo Convention, have resolved to call
a Convention at Reading, on the 13th instant,
and nominate an electoral ticket in favor of
Van Buren, Adams, and the Buffalo platform.
N. P. Tit ist, has written a letter to Con
gress making charges of corruption against
President Polk, and asking for his impeach
ment. The letter is a strange document,
as difficult to understand as Mr. Trist hm
MOCK OYSTKIIS OF CORX.
We published last summer the following
recipe to make mock oysters of green corn.
They proved soacceptable to those who tried
them, that we have been requested to pub
lish it again. We prefer them to the genu,
ine article. It is prolwbly better to add a
little more flour, to make the batter some
'Take a dozen and a half cars of lare
young corn, and grate all the grains oil' the
cob us fine as possible. Mix the grated corn
with three large table spoons of sifted Hour,
the yotks of si eggs well beaten. Let till
lie well incorporated by hard beating. Have
ready in a frying pan an equal propurtoin of
lard and fresh butter, hold it over the tire till
it is boiling hot, and then put in portions of
the mixture as nearly as possible in shape
and size like fresh oysters. Fry them brou u
tud send them to table hot the- should Le
:iear an inch thiek."
I K I,
In this place, on Monday roaming last, Mis.
:ATItAlUXK BOURNE, aged 56 years.
In this place, on Wednesday lust, ELLA
IOlTR.E, daughter of Conrad Kerschuer. aged
I years and 2 months.
TtikSDAV, Aug. IS, 1848
Wheat Prime white SI 05 a SI 08;
irime Southern red is worth SI 00 a $1 02;
irdinary new Southern 95 a 98.
Rye Penna. is worth ubout 68 a 70c per
Corn Sales of Southern yellow 60c ; Penn.
Oats Are steady at about 28c for Penn.;
Kwitlieru 25 4-
Whiskey Sales in Mils at 24c, in hhds
BIL riflORK MIRKET.
)Juxofthe BiiTineaa Aunaicis, Aug 15.
GRAIN. The supplies of Wheat have not
een quite so full as for some days past, and
rices have advanced. We note sales of
ood to prima reds at 90 a 100 cts, and of or
inary to good at 65 a 90 cts. Sale of white
Cheats, not suitable for family flour, at 95 a
' Corn has improved. Sales of white to-day
t 48 a 50 cents, and of yellow at 65 a 56 cts.
Oats are also a shade better. Sales of old
33 a 34 cts., and of new at 24 a 27 cts.
WHISKEY. The demand is rather limi
td, and the stock is extremely light. We
ite sales of hhds. at 23 cts. and of bbls. at
t a 24 cents.
a (he Electors e! BiorlhumberlaBd foamy.
t T the solicitation of a number of my friend
f offer myself as a volunteer Usnumai mr
Northumberland County. Should I be elected,
pledge myself faithfully to perform the duties
said office. SAMUEL 8AVIDGE.
Augutta townthip, August 8, 1848.
0 THE ELECTOR OF NORTHUMBER.
LAND COUNTY s
VT the tolicitation of a number of my friendt,
I offer mytelf at a candidate for
t the entuing election, and promise if elected,
1 discharge the dutiea of said office with fidelity.
PETER H AUG H A WOUT.
Ruth tp., August 19, 184&
Attorney at Isaw,
NEW ERUN, PA.
NPORMS tha citisens of Northumberland
.....t. th.t ha will hereafter regularly at
j il ..luri. of aaid count v and will promptly
H.ni m an huaiuas entrusted to his care. Ho
y ho consulted at tha Hotel of Pster Laierua
Suabuiy.July 89tb, 1S4S-
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
AT the solicitation of a nnmbsrof tn fladt.
I offer myself as a candidal for thteffleeof
register' and recorder
and Clerk of the OrpkaM' Crt,
for Northumberland eonntjr. BhonM 1 be fleet
d, I promise to ditchers the duties of said of
fico either, and nd..i.r.jAMEgl)BARR
Lewis towntblp, July 89'h, 1848
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER-
LAND UUUH I I.
elf as a ram
ELLOW CITIZENS Eneouraf ed by ma
mv friends, I respectfully offer my-
elf as a ranaiaate tor to omce oi
REGISTER AND RECORDER,
d Clerk of the Orphans' Court,
At the approaching election. Should I be fa
vored with a majority of your votes. I will apart
. . . ... - - -
no exertions to render general satisfaction.'
Delaware township, May 13, 1848.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
FELLOW CITIZENS Encouraged by ma
ny of my friends throughout our count v. I
offer myself to your consideration as a candidate
for the omce of
REGISTER AND RECORDER,
at the neat general Election. Should my fellow
citizen favor me with a majority of their votes,
I should spare no exertion to filfill the duties of
said office with fidelity and to the satisfaction
of all. MARTIN IRWIN.
Sunbury, June 3, 1848.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
IP HE aubicriber offers himself to the electors
1 of Northumberland County, at a candidate
for the office of
Should he be favored with a majority of votes,
he will spare no exertions to render general
satisfaction. JOHN FARNSWOIU'H.
June 17, 1848
TO THE ELECTOR8 OF jVORTHLMBER.
Fn.t.ow Citizkns By the encouragement
of my friends, I am induced to offer myself at a
candidate for the office of
Should I be elected, I thall make every effort
to render general satisfaction.
Upper Augusta, June 24, 1848.
G. M. YORKS
RESPECTFULLY offers himtelf to the elec
tors of Northumberland County at a candi
date for the office of
And wilt endeavor, if elected, to discharge the
duties of the taid office faithfully and impartial
ly Sunbury. July 1, 1848.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHITMBER.
Fellow Citiikss: Thro'itjh the encourage
ment of my Mends, I offer myself as a caudi.
date for the olGre of
Should I be an fortunate as to receive the of
fice, I thall endeavor to give general latitfaction.
Sunbury, June SI, 1818
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
Fellow Citizens : Enroursged by many
f my friends, I herewith offer myself t your
consideration aa a candidate for the
OFFICE OF SHERIFF
t the reproaching elect-on- Should I be so
fortunate at to receive a majority of your votea
(.hall rente ior tn render general sit tfaction.
HENRY J. READER
Delaware township, June 34, 1848.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
Ja T the earnest tolicitation of a la ge num.
Iwrof his friendt the subscribe! hereby of
left himself as a randidate for
ICrgistcr and Recorder A c.
far Nerthoinberland Con ty. He promises, if
elected, to discharge the duties of the office, with
fidelity a d promptness, and he trust, with entire
ta'.'ilac ion to the community.
Stismok n, July 1. 1818.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
T the solicitation of a number of my friendt
I hereby offer mytelf at a candidate for
IIEGISTER & RECORDER AND
Clerk of I be OrpkasM' Uourl.
Having had teveral rears experience in the du
ties of the office in this county. I think I thall be
able to ditcbarge the dutiee thereof with entiie
satisfaction. JOHN V. r UKSKu.
Sunbury, June 17, 1848.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
I RESPECTFULLY inform yoo ss a eitircn
of Northumberland county, that my friends
in the four lower townstiips, tneae a twitciia-
tiofi, or call, these three years, to offer myself
tn the citnens of our county, aa a candidate tor
he omce ol
REGISTER AND RECORDER,
and I flatter mytelf capable of fulfilling thedu-
tiet of said omce according to law. As I am
disabled to do any thing else but teaching school.
which I followed seventeen years, anil under
stand both English, and German, wbieh it ne
cessary, fcc, JOHN HENRY KREBS.
Upper Mahonoy, May 27, 1848
4Berse Reed's Estate,
WILL be eipoaed to public sale, on Frid .y
the 15ih i'sy o( September neit, on the
premises, in Jackson township Northumberland
County, the following valuable real eeUtr, via:
A tract or Land, fl
conuining 82 acres, more u leas, sdjoinii t Itmle
.if Michael Ferat, I'eter Kiehl and John Keefer.
lata I he estate of Geo. Rred. Esq.. dee'd. The i'U
prnvrmi'oia consist of two Log Hoi aes and a
g.Hxl well at lbs do tr, a iwisi barn, and elan, a
8 i Mill. Thi ie is also on Ihe premirea. a g od
reliaid eontaininc different kinds of frui'.
ALSO, at the same lima and place, a liaet of
of woodland ailioining lands of Bamui-I MaMrR.
F. Jo ra, dec, eon'a ning seventy-sit, aoiee, and
running onto Jacob's Mountain. About thirty
acres f add land can bo cleared and cultivated.
nd ia well timbered with excellent pine, cliesnul
fee Tha terms and conditions will be malokn iwn
ou the day of sale by PETER REED, Es'r
Jacksoo township, July 8, 1848 ta
THOMAS C. GARRETT & CO.
w aua. s 1 n 1 " 1 VSU S
"b aled and Britannia Want. Cutlery, I
Fane Goods. and Manufacturers of Jew.
elry and BtUei Ware, IIS Cbasnul street, Phila
delphia; hate received by lalo arrivals a largo and
handsome atock ol English and French Walebos,
and Marble, Porcelain and Fancy Clacks.
Plated Urns. Caatora. Cake Baskets. High and
CbsmberCandleeuckt 8oop Ladles, 8poooe and
Forks, Alao a good eeaonmeal of Biilaaoia
Wars and Fina Cutlery.
Their siock of JEWELRY is large and oftbe
moat fashionable kind, and tkwy ore wall mi railed
with Silver Spoons. Forks, Mage, Napkin Rings,
Butter Knives, aV., and wlinooi tnakinsi an dis
play of piicee in the public prints, they are pre
pared to sail as low as tkosn wan do, and invito
psieons w lea tag io purcnaaa io can.
rkiUdelpnia.Jouo 10, (as
Wardrobe I Fanbloaable
J. W. ft, E. D. STOKES,
No. IM Market Strttt. First Chthing thrt be
117HERE tbey are constantly engaged In get-
ting np from the best French, English and
American e'olh. clothing cut and made np in the
mott superior and fashionable sty'e. i'ersons
who buy to set', will find a large and excellent
stock at the 'owett city prices. C othing made
up to order, In a superior stylo at the shortest
N. B. Odd Fellows Regalia, a large assort,
ment always on hand. Orders from Lodges and
individua's promptly attended tooa the most rea
Philadelphia, Juno 3, 1848 ly.
TYRANTS as well as Monopolies, must fall,
so must prices. That this it a fact can ba
proved by railing at
No. 72 North 2d street, above Arch,
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES.
LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED,
v tVWvsrf smt tut mU
Tbe stock consists In psrt of Gold and Silver
Levers ; I'Epinet and Quartier Watches ; Jewel
ry of the newest and most fashionable patterns.
SILVER SPOONS, d)c. Particular attention
paid to these articles, the quality ofwhiek is
No. 1 and workmanhip ''. The ettablith.
ment of LE HURAY hat been well known FOR
FOVKTY VEAKS. in SECOND Street, and
hat made a character which needt no puffing.
Silver TEASPOONS as low as $1,00 per sett
can be made for lets if wished.
WATCA GLASSES Plain, 10 ctt ; Patent,
IS i Lunette. 20 ctt; other articlet in propor
tion. Hrmember, you can buy here below any pub
lished list of pricet in tliit City or New York.
Watch Repairing particularly attended to, and
warranted to give satisfaction
N B Old Gold and Silver bought for cash or
taken in exchange at (don't forget the No 78)
North Second Street, above Arch, Philadelphia.
Sept. 23. 1817 ly c. May 0, 1848
GREAT HAT, CAP, U FUR ESTABLISHMENT
2to. I04, Chestnut Street,
Between Third and Fourth St s.
THE Advertiser has constantly on hand and
manufacturing, every deter ipt ion ol HA I S
a.no CAPS, of the latest and most approved fash
inns, consisting of
YOUTHS' HATS AND TAPS,
I l,i if.ri.IV imnlld which 1ft flew Mtt'l.
cle for Spring and Summer wear.
MILITARY CHAPEAUX CAPS
ect, made according to the Army and Navy re
filiations and for tiiperioity ot finish and mate
rial, have never been surpassed
THE SUMMER FASHIONS
For gentlemen, consisting of FineRockey Moun
tain Beaver and Gosaamer Hats, (very light.)
Panamas, Leghorns. Fine Cobourga, ect., ect.
Also fine Straw. Braid, and Hair Cloth l'apt ;
Ladies Riding Hate and Caps of entirely new
styles, in fact the largest assortment ever before
offered to the public ; being as low in pike at
any Kitablithment in the country
Remember I'HARLES OAKFORD.
Aii. 104, ChrMnut ttreet. between
Third and Fourth ttrrett
June 2 1, 1818 ly
V, II. SMITH,
I'ocket Book aad Morocco Case
Has succeeded B I. SISTY, at the Old Stand
.11) CHESNUT Street, Philadelphia
Pocket Hooka, Honkers' Cases and Portfolios of
every description, Port Mannare, Ivory Tableta
Card Casea, Dressing Cases. Segar do. Writing
do., Backgammon Boaidt He Chessmen, Gold
Pent, Snyder't, Chapnian't.uiid Saunder's Razor
Strops; penny's Tally ho Razors, Roilgert't
Wade & Botrhei't Jackson. Chinese and Egyp
tain Razors, Pen Knives and Srissors, of every
detrription, Bowie and Pirk Knives; alto, a
large assortment of Fancy Stationery, at the
Jobbing done with i.eatuess and despatch.
Philadelphia, June 24, ISIS 3m
KSOW AM. MKS THAT
BENNET & CO.
HAVE REMOVED fiom 102 Maiket Street,
at then New Splendid and Immense Ettab-
isbment to be known at Ihe
Tower Hall Clothing linzaar.
So. 182 Jlariet Street, better fifth If sixth,
I nlLADbUl til V.
The Proprietors feel a reluctance in promul
gating what in any way might appear like the
usual Bombastic exaggeration of aome in (he
trade, bill will beg leave to quote the following
notice from one of our city papers;
One ol the greatest curiosities that our City
affords to Ihe stranger, it BENNETT & CO a
great clothing store. No. 182 Market street, be
tween Fifth and Sixth, which has been atyled
Tower Hall," from the peculiar finish of lb
front. The building is an immense one, con
taining seven capacious rooms, all oi which are
stocked with every variety ol aeatonable car
ments, arranged in tbe moat perfect order and
regularity. The proprietors take great pleature
la t bowing Ibeir ouilding ana contents io me
citisens. particularly strangers, and to those co
ming from the countiy we know of no place
more worthy of a visit.
Philadelphia, May 27th, 1848 3m.
A Tnorsun Dontas riavso !
ASHBY & XIO CAP,
Hat and Cap .tlaiiufacltirerii,
Soulh Fatt Corner of 4 and Market Street,
IT AVE enstsnt'y on hand a full and complete
LA- aeortm"nt nf HATS. fJAI S. ami FUKS.
Also an elegant aaaortov nt of mens' an t boys'
Leghorn, Panama, and Plm leaf HaU. All of
wl.ich by a eavinj of (1000 in r. nl, will he aol.l,
wholesale and retail, at ihe v. ry lowest prices.
Couniry dealers wuuM oi well to call, as by e
eonomy and low lent, we eie en itle I to tell at
very low rates.
June I0'h, 1848 ly
JUST received, at the store of Hknbv Mas.
tsa, a choice stsortment of DRY GOODS,
iwroeerie. Liqutrt, Faint leaf and other hat, arc
all of which will be told at the lowest prioea.
Sunbury, June 3, 1848.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
HIE AND LiqUOR DEALER.
N. 193 Market Strut, Below Eighth, North tide
Keeps conttantly on band all kind of old Li
quor, vis t Superior old rye whiskey superior
Brandy, Gin, fcc. Alao white brandy for preser
ving, Wild Cherry and Blackberry brandy.
Philadelphia, Juno 3, 1848. ly
S. J. MEGAItGEE & CO
lntroRTiia and commission
And Dealert in Paper, and Paper Manufacto
No. 33 Commerce st, PHILADELPHIA.
"KIT EEP constantly on hand s largo assort,
lia. ment of printing aad other paper. News.
papers w tu country, caa M ssppilea at su
tisaas, with paper of say sis and quality, at
we aawnsr ntwoa.
rhilaeMfdiia, Jaaa 17tk, l4g.
DR. TOWRSRRD'S COMPOCKD tXTRACT OF
THIS Extract la pat ap In quart bottles. It la ait timet
ehaapsr, ptaaaantar, and warranted superior to any
kl. It earaa dninn without vomitiagi punrina;, aick
neaa, or debilitating tha patient, and ia particuiarl) adapted
FALU AND SPRINO MF.DICINK.
The great lieautjr id aupariority of this Hanmrarilln over
other remedies is, whilst it emiliraies riinne,
It Invignratna the borly,
Cleanae and rjirengihen.
Consumption eon Im enrol.
BroiH-hitis, Cotinimption, IJver C implaiat. Coats, Cawlie,
CaUrrh, Asthma, Hniiting of Blond, Roranaw in tha
Cheat, lleelie Flush, NirM Swaata, DlAV
cult and Profuse Kapeetoeation,
and Pain in tbe Side,
, , , , "ave and eon be cured.
Protauly there never waa a remedy that ha. been an eue
eeaaful in desperate eases or' eonmmptiou as this it elcau
aea and stretigthens Ihe ieem, mid aipsars to heal the nl
eera on the lungs, and potienta gradnalia regain their usual
health and strength.
CtKIOlIS CASK OP CONSUMPTION.
There is seareety a day pauea but there are a number nf
eases of consumption reported aa cured by tha aae of Dr.
Tewiiseii'a Haraaparilla. The following was reeenlly re
enved: Dr. Towmain Dear Sirt For Ihe kvt three yeara I
hive been artlicted with general debility, and nerroua e.m
atiinption of tha last stuge, and did not expect to ever gain
my health at all. After aoing through a course of men trine
under the eare of emn ol' the m n iliwiiif ni.h"d regular
physicians and members of the Board of Health in New
York and elsewhere, and spending the smwf of aiy earnings
in attempting to regain my health, and after reading fat
some paper nf your Sersaprilta I reedved to try it. After
using six bottles I found It done me areat md. and nailed
to aee you at your office ,- with your advice 1 kept on, and
do mort heartily thank yoo for your advice. I persevere in
taking the Sannparilla, and have been aula to attend to my
anal labora f the kut foar months, and I hope by the
hleaalnga of God and your Snranporiila to continue my
health. It helped me beyond the expectations of all who
new my case. CH AKl.KS UIMBY
imnure, t.mex eo. n. J., Atig. , 1H47.
Stateof New Jerscv. Kasex ciaintv. aa.-47hiir1ea Onim-
hy being duly sworn ncconling to law, on his oath auiih,
thit the foregiHinr arntement is true acemting ttt the best ol'
hMkiewleduenml belief. CHARIJ OI.IMIIV.
Pwurn and anbac-ribed to before me at Ormiae. Ihe 9J
Ailgust, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN.
Justice of the IVare.
Read the ftllowins. and siiv tluit ctnsumotion ia in Incii
ruble if you can :
new vorn, April an, 1.H17.
Dr. Towx.exd : I verilr believe Hint vmir Adrmairilb
ns licen the means, throuirii I'rirtridence. tfi'ftuviiie mv Hie
1 have for several venrs Imd a bed comrh. It Imm-iiiiic v.rse
and worse. At lust I ruianl Infer duaiitities H' bloxl. hnd
iglit su-ents mid warn grail I)- debilitated awl reduced, nml
id 11 it expect to live. 1 have onlv tleorl v.mr HirmiMirilU
but a shirt time, and there hus n wonderful ch:uive been
wnniirht in me. 1 am n nv able to walk nil over the city.
I raise nti b)o.jd, and my c-Ufrh tins left me. Ytm can well
iinnirine Hint I am tlinnkrul hr iheee rrmlts. irnt obedi
ent servant. WM. RtMICLL. Oi Catharine st.
The annexed certificate tells a .imnle and truthful ature
of sniTcriiig and relict. There are thonmnila of similar ea
ses in this city and Brooklyn, and vet there are th moulds
of parents let their children die I jr fear of belli humbugged
or to sire a few shillings.
iwo in, rwi. is, ii7.
Dr. ToW.NsraD: I take uleusure in aLiline. ftir the liene.
fit of those whom it may concern, that my daughter, twn
years and six nonius old, w.is nlliictcd with general de
bility and loas of speech. She was given u as past ic-
very ty our tnmiiy physician i but l.irtunatelv I wns rc-
coinniendod by a friend to try your Hunaparilla. Bef ire
mviiix upeu one noiiie ane recovereu ner spei-en ana was
enabled to wnlk alone, tn the nst aiislinient 14' all win were
aeanaiiited with the circumstance.. Site is now ipute well,
and in much better health tliuu she has been f it 1H in mtlui
pas.. JOHF.l'll TAYI.OIt, l& York st., Brooklyn.
TWU t.llll.UKI .X .VKII.
Very few families indeed in fact we have 11 it heard ol'
one that used Dr. T.iwnsend's SarmiKiriUa in time, I m
any cnimren tne post miinmar. While those that did 11 t,
sickened and died. The eereificate we publish belnw i
m-Juaive evidence of it. value, and is onlv another instance
of its anving the lives of children :
Dr. Towxsxxd Dear Sir : I bad Iwo children cured by
ur Saraanarilki of the summer cnmnl lint and dvscntarv 1
one waa only 15 mouth old and thj iithiT 9 yeurs. They
were very much reduced, and we expected they would die j
tliey were given up by Iwo respectable physician. When
tbe duct informed u that we mut l.ethcm, we res. li
ved to try your Saraaparilln we liad beard . much 01. but
had little confidence, there being ei much stud' advertised
that is worth lew, : but we are llinnklul that we did. f.ir it
uisloulelly saved the lives of b'lh I write this thai oth
ers may be induced to ue it. . Y.mrs, remio-tfiilly,
juii wii.hu.n, Jr.
Myrtle-avenue, Rrooklvn. Seiit. 15. h?.
TO THE I.ADIKN.
GREAT FF.MALK MlvDirlN'l.
Da. Towxscxds SAKSAesaiLLA is a a-'ereivn aiet soceilv
cure fn incipient ciaisumplMHi, and fiv tbe general pr-ietm-
ii.in 01 the system nn matter wheiher the rewilt ia mile
rent cause or cauaea, imitluced by irreuuluritv. ilbicss iw at-
Nothine can be more surDrisine than il. luvitftrntine ef
fect, ini Ihe human frame. Pensma all wmknee. aiallH.-.ilwh-,
fnn taking it at once become mIhh and full of
y under ita innnence. It initneitiately cnititrroela tlie
nerveleawu'M 4 the lemwe iraaie, wtm-li w-ttH arent cause
It will int tie canceled ih' us. in oaaes nf ik-lientc a in-
lure, in exhitet eertihoHte. e cure. ierl'.a-inil, but we can
aMure the afflicted that hundred. 01' cases have been repur-
let 1 v 11..
Da. Towsamn: My wife being areatlv dieircHnl bv
weakltcM and general deliility, aial surieriiut e-aitinunlly by
win and with other diracukiea, and having known caeee
where your metllullie lie. eflectul great cures t and nl. I
henrinir it recommended for such case. a. I have deih-riiied.
obtained a butle of vmir Extract of narsaiMrllui and fol
lowed the direeti'ina you gave me. In a .hurt period it
reiifived her complaints and restored her to health. Being
preatlu! for the benefit, .lie received, 1 take pleasure in
thus aekuowledgiiuj it, and recjmmenduig it Io the public.
M. U. -VIOUKI.,
Albany, Aug. 17, '44. cr. Grand & Lydia sts.
No fluid or mediciua hns ever liecn disem-ered which so
nearly resemble the gastric juice or saliva iu decompogitur
toon alio strengrneninir uic organs 01 aipcttiou as tfti. pre
ruirnti.in of SarHupnrilla. It ptwitively curea every case of
nyKpcpwa, nowerer severe or enrteue.
11.111. uemriment, Aiixinv, mav 10, leia.
Dr. Townsend Sir : 1 have been afflicted for pevenil
nr. with dvsnensi. tn us
nea. of MiHiioeh, lis. of appetite, extreme hcarttiuril. and a
great avenriou to all kinda of food, and I'.N weeks, ( what 1
C'HjId eat) I have beeu unable to retain I Hit a small piurtion
011 mr atomuch. I tried Ihe usual remedies, hut they had
tail little or no efleet in removing the c-unpuuMt. I w.. in
duced, abiml two mnutlia since, to try your Kxlmct ol' Hnr
anrsirilki, and 1 must aay with little confelenee ; Isit after
uminr nearly iwu w.i i, iniii my tK-iiir re.ujreii anil
tha heartburn entirely renewed ; and 1 wiMikl eanieiitlv re
commend the use of it to those who have been afflicted as I
have been. Yours, Ave., W. W. VAN 3ANDT.
Agent for Sunbury JOIIN W. FRIIJNfl : Nor
thumberland, MARY A. McCAY; Danville, WM. A.
MURRAY it Co.,
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May 8. 1818. If
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PkiUdalphia, April I, 1648
A SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOR . 1
(iKORGE B. GREEN, Propietor.
IS a sovereign remedy forDYSPKPSIA, In many of sit
forms, such as pain In the Stomach, Heartburn, habitual
Uosliveness, Acid Stomach, Headache, Imeaof Appetite,
Pilea, Night Sweats, and even Ciaisuuiptinn (Dyspeptic
Phthisic.) and Asthma, or Phthisic attended with derange
ment of theSUanach (or Dyspeptic Asthma,) Difficult
Breathing, which often resulu from Imperfect digestion (or
Dyspeptic Syspnosa,) ia relieved by theae Hitter.. In short,
their use has been proved In the relief of almost all the
symptoms thst proceeo from a debilitated or atohic condi
tion of tha StonaM.h t als in general deliility vising from
are or from the effects of Fever, particularly Fever and
Ague. Females suffering under any uterine derangement
arising from weakness, will find the "OiroknSTiD Bit.
Tias' an excellent remedy, and not aurpasaed by any medi.
Cine In use.
The history of this medicine is peculiar. It has made Ita
way to public favor solely by lha force of Its own intrinsic
merits. No artificial means have been ased to give it no
li iety and thrust it upon public attention. It lias never
before even been advertised, but having first shown its re
markable efficacy in the family nf the proprietor, and try
him alter waul, administered to his altlkted frieuds and ac
quaintance, with a like fwuM, ita reputation gradually ex
tended niitil it I. kieewn in the most distant parte of the
Union, aa a medicine of anrivaUed trlrtaea in the cure of
Dyspepsia in all ila different forms, and alao for the cure of
Asthma or Phthisic. Its only herald and iu only eulogy
has been tbe story of ita woiKlerful effjeacv, aa told from
mouth to mouth or by letter from friend to friend. In eve
ry instance where these Hitlers have been used, and the re
sult made known tu the proprietor, they have proved a re
medy. Numerous certificates, attesting the singular efficacy of
the "OiToasATxn BiTrxa.," nr. in the nuaaeeskm of the
proprietor j many 01 them signed by person, already widely
known to the public.
GKO. B. ORKKN, Proprietor.
WINDSOR, Vt CM'iliera, Ift3.
The following ( ertilicales hare recently been
Wsmiisotos, D. C, JXE 10, IB40.
Having mmlc use of the ' iTvsenated Hitt.T," prepared
by Dr. Geo, It. Green, of WiiHlsur., Vt. and from know
ledge obtained of their eJTieacy in oilier cases, wvclieerl'ully
recanmend them to theMllilie, believing Unit they willfully
silMain the ret? snuieiHlali'ai of the Pnuiriet r. We hope
that this valuable remedy may be su generally diffused
throughout the camtry Ihat it tuny lie neiwnililv to all the
WILi7MV"lLM; I tf.S.Scinb"r front Verm-uit.
JAMfisj.'. SI.MitlNS, I'. S. Senator from R. Inlainl.
J. T. MOItLIIK.M), I. S. Senator ami I's-iiurlj- Govern
or of Kcnlneky.
L. II. AKN'X.D, Memlier of Congress and f innerly Go.
vcmor of K. I.
WM. WunnilRIDUK, I-. S. Seinkn- and foruicriy Go-Vcrn-r
M. L. MAH'I l'lcgate in Congress from Wisconsin
From lion. II. D. Fo-tes, Member of CoiigreFS from
Wa.hixiito. D. C, Ivkk 10, IfMO.
Dear Sir. I have tieen a dyspeptic smTrrcr i'..r nlwul ten
years, and have res rti.d t van ais medicines !': relief
williout succew, until I muJe use of your "Oxygenated
Hitters." I have used about two bottles, and ruiifmyself
restored to perfect health. The forma iu which Ihe dis
ease sh iwed itself, in nfy case, vcre, great acidity of the
stmuich, I -ss of appetite, extreme flatulence, severe consti-puti-ai
ot'the biwel., and violent headache. Feeling desi
riNis that n kn m-lcdgc nl' ymr valuable remedy may reach
other similarly ulllieted. I take great pletinure in record
ing mv leim iiv t its curative power; ami would uls
reinaik. that while on a vi.it ut home a slirt time since. I
ndiuiiiiatereil a part ih' a b itile to a niiuilier 01' my atflicted
I'rii-i.ls. with ureal miecm. Thev ure desirous that vou
sh alld estublisli nuageni-y at Pittslairg. or inform them
where the medicine can be olitained. With an earnest de
sire for yiuir oT'Siperily and happiness, I suljecrilie nivseh',
trulv y air friend H. D. FU8TKR.
D-cl. Uro. R. GaKN.Winds , Vt.
Sdd Whaemle and Retail bv Green k Fletcher, No.
SO S aith Sixth Street. Philsdclphia.
Agent f r Sunlairy II. B. MAHSKR.
Agent, for .Millon MACKAY HA AG.
April IS, IS1H
Tn presenting the public wiih a remedv for the treatment
M. ai.l cure 01 I kvku n Ancic and other tub sis diiwsiee..
no nuotocy is needed. Vast numbers in the United Mates!
wlio muter from thewaffectiiai. in their varied forms, are
e 'niiielled to eek relief fr.un oilier sounv. ihuu Ihe imme
diate preaerliai'in. m' lite regular phvsician. It Imm-ouic.
theret ire an object oi humanity, a. well a. f public inter-
est. tii bring lici'ore llwni a remedy prepared fiom much ex
perience, and which may alwuy lie relied up hi uh i.asr.
XrvEI'TlUk, 11 UAKMI.KS, TO Till COXSTITl TIOX. That
such is the true eli.ira.ter ih' Hie INDIA I'lKiLAiiOGl'l.
is amply utterled by the iiiiivere.il mieceiw Willi which it ha.
t? I-.xtrait fr.mi a communication of the Hon. W11..
liah WooihikiduU, 01 the I'. S. SiMiuie, Lite Governor of
Dktkoit, CM. 31. Islfl.
Docron Ctusi.n P.jnon.
D.yir Sir, I have rul with mui-h interest, your little
TRAKiTtHii iiai ihe --causes tre;ilni''ut and cure" of the
febrile riiiicaiie. whieh have . i extciiMVcly prevulliat ill our
country during tht l.it few m aith. an mtereHt ini-rcuM-d
n- fliaiU, by the fjel tiiul t have individuallv snUere.1 s I
much ir.an iiint. TIkhikIi I feel myself very uh- mpetcut
to judge vilely unm a subject s 1 entireiy profwi.aial, yet
ytsir ibciry will. t- me well rra. ami. ai.l yiuir e-mclti-siiai.
jn.4, and I think withal, that yiair inmidilct ia cuk-u-
tateii to pnidiice umch practu-al gsid.
Speaking of the medicine be nys : Il fully justified your
nattering expectuti. n, arsl aa a aafe, eiaivenient, and piinu
lar renmly, mv own exiieriei.-e. . 1 far, induce, me b, be
lieve tlial it will prove a grevt pnlsie benefit. I am pleased
to learn thai y.iu have reeenlly establiidied several ageiK-iea
for iu di.po.iiio th-mgh I regret that, with a view Is a
more general uihuuiiwicoi oi it, you wioniu laive louun it
mcenary to reruove from your preoeiU reaidence among us.
.run imicn mpeia I iimvc ine iraKW w lie, Mr,
Vour obliged senmnt,
Wl! LI AM WOODBKIDGF..
ty From lion. Stethex V. R. TNowaiiiuuK.01' Michi
gan Stale Senate, to the Agent at Detroit.
HiaMltr.HtM. (Iaslssd Co., Dee. 13, 1841.
Sir you wish me to inform val what I know of Dr.
Osgooirs India Cholag 'gue, aa- uuti-bilious medicine. I do
believe that if the virtue ami efficacy of this medicine wen
generally known, the rrvca ko aorx would disappear ia
I procured a bottle in the spring of 1841, and have good
reason to believe that myself and family escaped tbo ague
last seaam in eaiacquence of its use.
Perhapa in no summer since the settlement of thia fine
p-ninsiiki, has the fever ami ague been so prevalent as the
last. 1 have reo unmet led this medicine in numerous in-
ataneea, and when the disease had become fixed and bullied
the akili of physician. ; and I have never known it fail. I
baa universally produced the m au happy etfeda, and I bet
lieve it hns never been exceeded by any medicine iu remo
ving the bilioue disease, of the climate.
STKIMIKN V. R. TROWBRIDGE.
Agent for SiuilHiry II. B. MASSKR ; Northumberland,
WrrillNGTOM A C i.; Milton, J. II. RASHR j Seliua
gmve, MAY sV Kl.t)tK.
May 6, Irttf tl".
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Hist'S-y of the Revolution, extremely well and judicious
written." N. Ainerksni.
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superi w, bolh in extent ami ilesigii to any Halt boa hereto,
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A well conuccted llutory of that eventful period. Led
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ed. Price only tf l.
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No. IM North 8KlHll St.
rhiladrlphia, May -Jn, I IS An
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BOCKIUS AND BROTHER,
AND DEALERS IN COMBS VARIETIES
No 0ft North Third, below R- St. and North
EjuI earner of Third and Market street,
WHERE they olTer (or sale a general assert
ment of ail kinds of Brushee, Combs and
varittiea which tbey nro determined 10 sell
Lower than can be purchased a'sewhere.
-Country Merebanla and others Fnrcbaaing ia
lha above line will And it to their advantage to
call before norchasiag slaawbera aa tba quality
aad pricaa wiU bo fully guaranteed agala.t all
rhiUdelnhta, June S, llts-ly
TUB ONLY RADICAL CUItB TOR
CONSUMPTION ! f
Scrofohi or Kiiif Evil, RheiimnlimTi. OMhmte OitnnftnuA
Krupliona, PimplcRtH' PeHtiilen cm tht Inct?, Ilkiu-htu,
Ilii, Chronic ort Kvr& Ring Wnnn or TctlT.
-nW Head, KntorfVcwtit Bird fuin of tlib
ftmcsaiHl joint n, rll.hftii Uirem, Svplii
litir Sympttatfift, Hetntirti ur I A) ml i pro,
diftfaMR tiriftiiijr fnim nn injntti
ciotn we ol" Mcicurr, Tri)'
y. Kjcptfurf tr ljirti
Oervrtj in Itlej aln-t,
tutio'ill)i 1 ni.i j ordssrii.
Anitil! bti vrry potent artirlttfi
entirely diflemit in it. cilmmrtrr mid irrpmlea fnnn any
other prepornlion, ami nnriviil1.il in it ..iK-mti.tn on the
ytem when snlx-ring unritrr fliwnr. It fllioukl bf in Uie
-"J." f every peratHi, whu, Uy lnimnn,-i.r aRtipml ronrne
ot life, ii prediarinfird to the very many aiUnif-atn tliat ren
der life curae. instead of a blrraiug. nml a i often re mi It in
rrr. Drake'a rnnnecft if rrciMnmciifM an a eertnin remly.
Not one infitnnreof itufnilure han ever orcurred when frfe
ly un it 011 it the (liseaur nut I nt the mine time iunrtn
viT"r ttfllie w1h1 ftyrtteni. iHcntfutoiin pern 'iia enn never
pny t- miit'li nllfiition In the ntate oi their blond. Ita pu
rifimtim th inld he their firnt aim : lor m'rivenii.c will
oeeoinpliRh a cure of kvkx iikrkiiitahv dimwiitf.
FOH F.UI PTIONS (F TIIKSKIX.
Heitrvy, Sorbntic AiTwti mB, TuiiiofK, White Sweiiinif,
KrymiielHF, 1 It-era. t.aneerjt, Itininin S re. Sailia nitd
Hilfn, Dr. Untkf'a piiiitiecu mmiot be t n hij:hlv extolled;
it oenrt'lua 4m the very r Mt thr dmeano, and permanent.
Nomeiliciiie perh ipn h.in ever been ttiw v;ret whieh
piven aiinneh t ine to the nt nim h inn! iMttrtea tin aeere
tim ot a henlthy Ruflrir juire t dec omvw the fo-nl uh jr.
Dr. Drjke m runnren in ut with the prenteHt ftuccew in
Rhemiwtio CoiniiLiinti, eHjuftillv sni-li tin etir-nne. Il cnreM
by driving unt nil immiritiea mid'fuul hum ur.i wliir li huve
oeruniulnted in the fytemt which art the caue oi Rheit-
inntifim, i Hit. uiui rvelluii;" l the .hmift. ttttu-r reincdiea
nnelhneti give temporary 'relief thin entirely enuliniten
the diaeaw irom the nynteiu, ev en when the liinbA and buiies
are ttreadiully nwollen.
CoXrHrnPTloN can BR ci'HED. Gittu.ifl. Catarrh. Brn-
chitin, Hpiiiing ot Blood. Attbin.i. Dnln ult r proiutc Kx-
MH?trntloii. Hecic I until, .Nurht fve,itHt Hum 111 the Bide
JUc. hnve iMU'iienred. tutd phi Ip with an much rertiituty an
any other duwnne. A ttpecifie littH I nn Imvii tt-Miht lor. Lint
in 'vniu until the dincjvery of Dr. Drake paineci. Ii in
iniUl and !fe but rerUiin nml cliieiilioiin in ite ojiemliun,
and cannot powftibly injure the iiHent delienie c niitntion.
We would eumefitly reuunmifiid tli e oitiieted to give it a
trial nid we believe they will not have ire.iri.ii to regret
ll. i ne nymeni meieanrteti nml ftrenictlieneil. tlie iiiintk n
the lungaitre healed, and the imlientit Vnitl unity re-run their
uauai huulth and utrenjrth. Head the lollownii; :
F111..A., Dec. llth. K-17.
DkaI Sir : In reply to your qitentioii retpeetiitf the nc
of Dr. Drake Funaeen, I will av, that although a terliil
dinbtiiever in the existence of a FAX ii EA, or eiire l.-r all
diaue, howevei -nluntile it may In in certain e iii.lilituti
in me ymem. niii i twve tK-nevetl that ti rure i t V otiKiiuip
tit in would be diiH'ivere! arnHter 4r bier, and euiioBity led
in ttt try y.Mir iiitlieine in Iwj veiy itivticrtt vah.
They were prunoiUK'ttl by the attendm phvKietaiwt t be
riTLMoxAKV cnxorairTiox. mid iikitulone.l y tlieni is
rpKAttLK. Oih-it the penwHm h.id lieasn uikler the treat
ment of pevenil vry nlrle pra ltd -iieis foi n miiulicr of
yeur, ami I hey mid he had "okl fimlii. ihnI t iutiiiitioii
C Miibme with rrV'rot'ub," ami that nhemtlit liui;erfor nuc
time, hut (MUM n t lie wrniuiieinly r-luvel. In IfitheawA
the etl'ect il the Puiuieea ha lntn in ft enilifviiiff. Ouly
1'inir or five Utttlea were used by me ol llie MTitin before
alie bfgun to improve rapidly. 'The tit Iter took uh ut ten.
I will only mklllwit ftiindmr im I am with f'.'ummiptiou by
iuheritanee oihI by extensive ohaervuii n n a ntinly, and
knowinft alt the iujurion etlVelfi in nine vttHtt i-titoi tni
f tur, IfHienet, Hinl istlier vetretbh touie. tm well uiof
inany ot tlie exitnioRmfKaiHi tibial iveit. I nb..nM never hnve
rmmiimided the utie im Dtnke! Ianaea if I I mm) nt tieen
aeiimiuteil with tin- injiredi-iili. Suihee it to iriy that thecc
are re&nuiniitletl by our mont pHilar aial iei'itihe phytfi
riHitii, ami in Iheir preneiit e-mif-iunl Mate, lorm probably
llie beat alterative thut hue ever Iwen m:ide. The eure in
in aeconlaiiee wilh a thery of l''UitmiiptiHi broaehett iu
France a few yeava tfo, by otw f hr in emineut ri
tera on medieine, nnd n w eabdilixhed by faets whuhasl
Very Respectfully Your, I.. C. fil'NN.
To ne the hiiunire nf another. 'Dr. Drake' Punaeen In
always ttalutury in iit elf v IF never nijnriwiiis. Il m n t m
Opi.ite it is not tutd Kxpveiornnt. It ic n t inteinletl to hill
the invalid into a fatal security. It i it treat ivtueily u
grand heahiur ul curative e nipiui)l. il-.e creat a tut tnilv
remedy winch uioilii-.il Hi-ient'e and idull Iuim yet protlneed
for the treatment t f t!iiii tiithtTl i unrt)ivuere.l in tb !y. Ami
n ier n nt!iiftfd with ihip ilrvad dirHxiMe, will Ite just to
nmiieii invi niK i ri nan. 11 ne o wn i t'le jrnive wili ut
testing itn virn. A tingle b 'tile, in m mt nwn, will pr -iluee
u fiiv-irablf ehirtijie m the c-'U.lition of uny i-utieiit.
h wi ver I
TO Till: I.XDII3.
iltesot pate e i:iili-.n ;tu l
e ii-inn;iive It iliitn. nnd
tmt'ti -nn whieh V-uuleH
aneh n are debilinied bv ih He ol
ftie liable to, ore rest. Tit I bv !ih use of a b -ttle nr two, to
Uooui vigor. It ia by far the t- reunslv rver tline n-erel
for we-akly fhil.lren, und im1i hm liave had huniont ; being
ItJeiiHint. I hey take it. It imuieiliately ntiTen ttieappetile,
atrength and etdtMr.
otlHM!i eau b more PurnriFUie than itn invnoratiiiT .
fceuou the human frimie. Perttonn, nil weaklier and kut
aitude lieiore tnking it, ut niiet beeonm r -t-nut ami full of
energy under ita in Huenec. It immediate couuterueta the
nerveleamieM of tlie female frame.
CAUTIOX. Re careful and nee tlwt von rM the friiti.
ine Dr. Dears' Pasacxa it h:w the ttignuture ot fivn. F.
Stork on the wrapper 4ind nUn the nunc "Dr. Drake's
rAXACKA, fHII-A. mown tn tliegl-nx.
Pman-ediHilvhvSroRRA: C i.. Dru.'-itM. Vo.l V.irtls.
Sixth St.. PluUlelphiu.
Agent for SunNiry II. M ASSF.R.
Soldahnby W'st. A . Mrun Co., IVniville I.Smkp
k, Mi lion; May Mit'ov, NorthumtN-rLiufl ; K. P.Ltiat,
April I, 1819 ly
FIRE AM THIF.F PROOF rillIS,
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SpbI ami Lftter-Cnpyiim I 'rouses, l'ali'iit
Sliite-Liiicd Hel'rip-inlors, Water Fil
ters, ratent Portiible Water Clo
sets, ititemli-il for the Sii-k
EVAISIS & VA TSOX,
76 South Third Street
OrPOSITi; Till? PIIILADKI.PIII A KXCIIAXtiK.
Mminlueture and keepe mstuit
ly mi ham), n larue a rtmenl f
tlie uliove uriieleit, t'etlter with
their Patent Improve) S tlamaiiiler
KIUK-Plt(MK SATI.S, whieh
arc m i I'otmtnietetl aa to tM'l nt rert
all in miter .-f dnlit aa l tle-ii
being Kt.i.'tly tiie-proi', unil that
they ill ret. i j.t the fire of uny
Iriiil.ting. Tin tuiKitbi raatea t"f
Ihetu Safe are mode of boih-r cn, the int-itle ease of a kip.
t'kiie, un I between the outer e ie an. inner imkk in a npnee
H aome threti Uteheft lliiek. id ii tiM-d in dli imleitlrue
til 'le naitial, vi u tf make it tin imp toilnlity to burn any
it' the content inaile of Ona t hfl. Tben.1 S ipttt4ie Sci
kuiwndtjni we ore pren ired am l eh iilt-ue t!m world t
pr.Rtuct any nrtiele in the aliiseif llntkSile th:.t Will
atmul aa imieh heat, ami wu h M iurlvesj ready ut all
time to liave thein fairly tested by ('iiMie Umlirn. We
alevi e Hitinue t. iiuinutneture a birg ami re m -rat aji ti
inent oi'our Prenuuni Air-tiuht Tire Pre f Saiei of whieh
there are over nun now in ue, tmtl in every iuftaitce td-v
have given eutiia ;itit;hti.m I Ihe pttnhai-m of whieh
we will refer Ihe public a few geuiU-inru vh have
them in ue.
Iluywoaal Snvder. pottuville; Joaeph fi. Iuwt n
P.vtisville; Mi. Willunn fair, D.vletown. P.
N. tfc tJ. Tuyl'N, I'j.) north :VI at.; A Wright d Nephew
Vine at. wliari ; Alexander Oina. C Hivoynuivr, ctviier tM"
Filbert and nth at.; John M. Ford. :W north :U t.; Miera
Huah, Jo ii wth Jd at.; Jame M. Paul. MH a nih Ith at.t
Dr. lovid Juvne. H axuli M vt.; Mathew T. MiUer. '
a-mlh 'Al at.; and we c mid mute nne hundred nl' nthera
II it wenMireeaarirv. Now we iuvit'i the attenlion nf tba
puhlie, and particuiarly thtiae in wmU at Fire PrwH Safe,
to call at our atore betoro pureliaing i-Utewhere, ami we
mn attuly tii-iu they will get a better aiat cheaper articia
at our attre than at any tlier enUililiahnient in tha city.
Va alau niauuiaclure Uie nrduinry Fire Vt4 C'heaU, at
at very hiw priet. cheaper Uuui they can be bught at any
oU -ore ia Ph.tade.,J.u.. KVAN'f.
Philadelphia, April , tMSly
Georg-e J, Weaver,
BOPa MAKER Is MB O HANDIER.
No. Ill tVoier Strttt and No. 1 1 North Wharves
ff AH constantly on hand, a tneral eeeort
tl mem of CorJege, Heine Twinee. Ae., is:
tar il Hopes, Pishing Koie, White Hopes, Manil
la Hopes, Tom Lines (ot Canal Doata. Alao, a
eaenuUta aaaortmenl of Seine Twines, die. such as
Hemp Bhatl and Herring Twine, Beet Patent Uill
fitt Twine, Cotton Shad and Herring Twine, Shoe
Tnreade, aVa. aVa. Abo, Bed Cords, Plough Linea,
H altera, Traoee, Cotton and Linen Carpet Chains.
aVc, alt of which ha will dispose ' rrsMoaable
Fhiladalphia, JunSI, !4. Ijf
Indian Vegetable I'tlU. ,
This medicine ia eomHiinJeil ur) fftneral pi iiinptn freni
the pnre, uiwilnllarated hcrlnt (if llie liidisn. AlUamtth
there are many itiedirines rnlfitl hy the snme nnme, everf
one la atfare tint there is a Terjr prrttt nifTereiice ainona
them. Those of I hem thai nre called "Indian," have slot
Die name from ns, who were the first to inlMdeee a prepo
red Inditin meilicine to the Ainericnn puhlie, Of eonrse a
similsrity nf nnme dies not create n siiniturity in the char
aeter of the meilicine.
Wrinlifa tiKlion VeeetoMe Pills ore dislingiilshed f'
their perfect ilnIlml m tn Ihe liiltmn hmly- In Ibeii oper
atiiai, thry do exnelly what nature does, and nothint; more.
Tliey have a roi a-roLO actios, upon the lungs, skin, kal-nej-a
and bowels. Ilenpethcir pceulinr power over disease..
My promotion perspiration, tliey break upCnttis Cnt-aHs,
RnunXATio Complsikt, Pais in tint Bscit, CoriLA,
Ci-TAJtots EncrTio.r, Pimi-lks, Ulotciiks, raaeKLRs,
The no' ion of the Pills on the kidneys Is such as ki make
them a valuable lithoutriptie. Dkorsr, Gbavrl, and Pa
ai. CnapLAixT., arising from ohatraclioua at oartaia
periods, are speeilily rciiKn nl hy their use. . , '
A free ExfRcToa atior from the lunm is excited h tha
use of Wright'. Indian VegetaMe Pilts, tluia removing,
Pulmonary LVanplainls, such as Asthma, Hsocntn.,
Sorrxess AMD Tiuiitness of trfi' Brrast, Coughs, Bore
Thrcsit, te. ,.. ... ',. ; f
Uy their action on Die Fvroa rn and DcnrRt s, .th. PUte
cure DrsrErsiA, t.tvRn CoMriaixi, Paipitatiox ot tub
IIrart, Fi.atclrxct, CmTirRxR.., Fevrrs nf allJunde,
Pleurisj-, llimlnclic, Giildiiu ss, Dysentery,' Piles, and all
divinlersof the intnuiuea.
Taken in small d isc, Wright Indian Vegetable Pilla
lwcome en Alteiixath-r mnlirine, of grrat senndilug ef
Seney, for the cure of ("oar. of all kimls, Trttrh, Tsxtoas,'
Jai-xmck, loxyxmsor 8piiiit, Nei raloia, Kasii, Paixs
m the lltixE, ftc. , 4.
These Pills al-n tlior mplily break np IxntiiXZA, in
which ci.iilpluiiil thoy ure exlri-mrly vulnalile. . ' .
. In Ttll.uu . CVMPJ.AIS.S, tlicsc Pills exercise a ootnplet,
mastery. Hence hitvi.B ami Aot t ii sjieeilily cured by the
use of them, In the VcerH nml ft uithcm flute., where
thi. diw-ase inoMly prerail.. thine Pills go like nn Avalanche.
WhHethcT ore chinpor llian tlie iuvw and ngne remedied
in general, rights liuluui V. gituhle Pilla have tieen
prononnciil superior to nil of them. Imlced, It would ap
pear tlint if there is cue coinplniut over which theae Pillg
luiVB in tc power tlmn niiothcr, It is Fever axu Auur.
For de-itroying and cXM-Uiug AYoii.un, no Venuifuge i
superi r to them- Pills Althoueh we have not taken pains to
mikelhi. fact public, Ihe merit of the medicine itself ha.
iicpiired for it tin cxtcniiive repulnlitai nudisilc (or the re
moval of Worm. Administered Io adults or children, tlie
elltH'l ol'thc PilU is e.pi:illy nitlitnl :iud divisive. Alt who
stiller from Wurmh rhnuM hy nil liifnn, hps Wright's In,
ditlll VeeelaMe Pili.
In l":iet, no one can go .-ini'ma in the aw of line medicine,
They are nnhinil to Ihe l.ly lis f.ml i.. A tri.il wil'
C'NivillCtt the keitie:il Hint Wright'. Indian Vegruiule
fur from being a c.siiiMon "ipiuek noairuiu," tire ducidudlr
the ui 'st vnlunhle medicine everollert.il to the putiltc.
flcvrnre orsnsur Coaled Counter
neinmiiber lint the original nntl only genuine Indian
VoHCtaMf Villa hnve the wiitteiiiiiruutiiro ol Win. Wright
on the b.p lalict f each li-'X
ITi lnltfsi Intli-.tii Vrgetnlsle IMIU.
Henry Mssaer. Stinbuty.
E. Sl .1. Knillmiti, Ausnnta tonr..lii.
lohu II. Vine hi, L'liillisqii.iue,
Kase & Rcrgstresser, t,ilylUrx.
Snnuel lletli, Little Mation.iy,
William lepu-n. J.n k"n.
Irclitiil aril II iv lies. MrEwi n-ille,
Willi.un llciniii ck Ttmiher, Millnn. t
I'liirythr, Wilson & t'o., ISoitliuiiilicilan.l
Ihuo a Ifieil, PotNgrove.
V.. W. Scott. H.l-heilK
W. A- I! Fi g. lv, Kli im.ikii'-Vn.
Khodt's & Farrow, ttriyilprstown.
Amos P. Ueisi H, Tiiibutevilln.
Hi niirvilte Hidtiue, l'iier Mahonoy.
J. Iin O. Iteun. do do.
K. I. Ptr, Wnlonlonn.
tVholp. le, Mt llie oflice ami general depot, 169
Hire fl l'lul i.U Iil,ia. July H, ISIS. ly
I tvr.sri:u sew yorh t
CD 1.1. no n OF II E ALtl,
! C07 Main street, Buffalo, S. Y.
j Dli. G.C. VAr'fiHX S
I VigiliiLle Lilliontriitie illixturr.
rpillS eelebrnti-d remedy iscinslanlly mcruuslhg it. lame
J. by tiie inniiv cures it m innkiii!; .
; ALL tiVFKTMR WORLD.'
: It tin now tr"iiMTtht on'y ! t1!" (W fu'ndjr nt and ia
i iHiriii'iitirK retMiiiineinletl i-ir
! Dlttil'SY: . . ..,
nil ttn'-H of tliit r lf.i1:tiut 1 1 ii met) lately relieved, no mat let
ol ii"v l U'; mitii.iiuj:. -e I'lnmitiiiet tot teUiiKny.
and nil diseases of the iirinnry org;ms; fiir these distress
ing eompliiiii it stand ;1 ne ; u" 4her article can relieve
you ; and the cure, te.--iilit.ilto willc-iuvim-ethe most skep
tical; set-pami.hlcl. l.iv.T Complaint, Utllioiia qi.ea.aa,
FEVKH &AGI K.
!' the. Ore'it Vti 'KtTiulty. nnd wherever thcaa aotn
pin i nl j prevail this ninlieitfe in' iiterett. ,. r
NO MIXKI5AL ACK'XT,
it dt leU'ri-siia e HittMiniitl ia a pdit tt thia tmiltire, it
rureatheifilittetiHi'ii wiih eerhiiilty and cekrily, and aVea
lai leave uie nxMieiu i rpui. ruuipidct.
a c unpin int f a mrt ptitihil eltimrter. ia
I .MM F.DI ATKLY KF.LI KVED,
anil a cure .ll nv hy u lew tkiyii uae ol thisartiele; it ia
lur U-i'ttre any other prepjinitiu lor Una diatnae, v iitr aay
ttilienliseiiH) on:i'mtiii in mi inipnro HnhI. teu ptuu
DKI5I1.1T V OF THE SYSTEM.
weik Inek. Vfikmi" h the Kkliut, Ve., or iiiflanun-t-li
u ol -iiik;, iii iinitieiliulely ndieved hy a few itua whs aT
thiM im dioiiie, and a eure is alwuya a reault ol' IU uae. I(
A CURTAIN REMEDY,
f ir sueh eiHiiptuuts, uud nli for ili-nuigeiiK-nla of lha le-'
male inline. . . - ...
lUUKtil LAmTIl-.s, sriTKESSiONS, t
piiiitul menslru iti.inii. iiiliel.- Itui ever l.-en isferrd
eee I in a h hieli woubl U Ii Una kind H tleraiigenHnit..
Il ui.iy Im- relieil iijem ;i. a nuro tut I cilW-iivc ruiiuily, aud
did we uvl p-'riHito.l li d.i i e ul. give
A TIKU'SAM) NAMES, -
H r H H rurea in Ihia ttuiretnis rkiHS o C sU4aUUtl..
rV HllUphlel. All lM'-tke d.'U'H, dehllltiltett C-siiBliliill'tiif'
lV itn llie elleel oi imiriirv, will Hi id the Inieiiw nower ot
linn nriieif t'tnri imui' ih:
lel , ami the i ituui. uiuicral
eraihcutetl iVoiu the nyvI'-iii.
KKl l'llVF. DISEASES!
wilt fimt tho idttnitu e iiMperiiea ol thut miitu'.
I'l HI FY THE BUM)H.
iiihI tlti-en aneh die:in iVuti tht) ayfteiu. Se ninishrtt
I ir i'Mf iii-Hiy l eurest in ull diM;iteai wha-h the hintia nt
an itttvertim-iiis'iit will ul term it io lie iiiiUMtt nitre. Aftetila
uuv litem nw.iy ; lliey r iit.nii ;W pttrii tf tertitieuU il
)n!i I'iiur.ieu-r, jiimI m mr"iii;tT
Aliii.VY OF I'KOOF
iH lhe viruiea o'a ineiheuie, never nptvirel. It w mie f
tie ptvuliiir leu urea of tin miiele iluil it never liula t
h -us'ftt in any ini-e, und il ifiiti uiiJ iuuele ar tofi U btiild
uiwu let tht eiiLicuUtl :uid Ine.eri a .11 a'd
.m l kep l-tkin the lii'-ttii uic it hjij as there ia an lai-'
111 'ti:itnt- The .r -priei r W' tilil
l AI TltiN THE lTRLir
itpiiiieit a uiuuIht 4-1 urtiejes whit h euue ink tinder tha
SAPiSAPAIIILLAS, SYIUTS, &C,
as cure. l)rtiy, liravel. Ac: They aie good or e
lliiug, aisl eiNK-ocled to trull the iim-;ir' ;
TOUCH THEM NOT
Their invent ir. never thouiiht ol'ciuiug such diseases tilt
thia arlicla hiul done it. A pirlK-ulur study m lbs psiu
plilet 1. eururtUy hciu.l.
Agenu and ull h-i wit the nrliele are
gratuilinuly. Put np in .10 ox. botikie, nl8J; loa doaf
Sl each the lari
direolKms, and '. O. Vauglui, HufTiin," ataiiHieo oa
cork. Niaie iher are t-'iiuiiie Prepared by !
Vauahn, and 'UI al tlie Principal lllbce, 907 Mia SlriS,
Buir.lo, at wlsdiwde and retail. No aUentl Vl JrU
lerauiileM rl reu.1 order. Inaa regular.y reeelilulail
AgouU excepted ; pal id MH, T vertsil romtasuuea
lion. Iiciiiiu: ailviiw. iwiuuptly "'tended t''"-
IHIii-esdevoUNl exi-iuivtly ihe anle of Shis artsme-u.
IJ NaiMiu St. New Yorkclb'! Su-' l-JX st talem, Mas. ; .
eud hr the pruK-ipal UnuviMstlmaigleiuitlie I nitedfttaiea
and Caisuta, as Agenls.
Ual ol AgenU Sfra eo . WaotcMle Agent Phlktdel
piu. I v. Fnlmg. tnmhnry t"siae liearhart. fVheegmea
Le A W-lh. Iwedmig II I Mieater, alittoaJJayea
MeCornuck, McKwensi ute Miss McCoy, Nankuwbet
bumI. - I
AssU I, if-y
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE.
rw-v - a.Vi- lT-: ir-Tav
rer bohutig u ox. nyfo uuui iwi m.
U.. Ijk out and gel uunoeori np-m. l-.very iraiie aaa
"Vsiurlui'a VegeiuUe jlU..i.lriilie Mixture," likierii unoa
ik. ..!,. ih. u..i,i .J - (I 1' Vmichn'on Ika