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SUNBUHY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
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El. AIR & RIVES.
Washington, October lfi, 1848. Nov. 25.
THE subscribers assignees' of Dcngler, Haas,
St Co., will expose to sale by public vendue,
on Thursday the 8th day of February, 1849, on
THE CHARCOAL FCRSACE,
known as the Paxixos Fcrxaci, situate on Sha
lnokin Creek about 11 miles east of Suubury and
within one fourth of a mile of the Danville A. Potts
ville Rail Road, together with coal house, two
dwelling houses, saw-mill and other improvements,
and with all the necessary implements, necessary
'to work said Furnace. There ore also, cut and in
rank, two thousand cords of Wood, which will be
sold at the same time. The location is a fine one,
and the country is well surrounded with good
The Furnace is built on a perpetual lease at a
rent of $300 per annum for three years from April
next, after which time, the rent may lie raised to
$400, per annum. The Furnace will be kept in
blast until the middle of Jan'y next Any persons
wishing to view the same can do so by calling on
the premises. For further particulars apply to the
eubscriliers. W. & K. FEGELY.
Sunbury, Nov. 25, 1848.
HT The Philadelphia Bulletin and Harrisburg
Keystone, will please publish the above, once a
week, till sale, and send their bills to this office,
IS hereby given to all Legatees, Creditors and
other persons interested in the estates of Jucob
Kuntz, dee'd. ; settled by his adm'r. Peter Snyder,
of Jacob Boush, dee'd ; settled by hia adm'r. An
drew Guft'y, ef W'm. Lemon, dee'd; settled by hia
adm'r. Thomas Lemon, of Abraham Eister, dee'd ;
settled by his adm'r. John 8. Eister, of Robert H
Hammond, doe'd : settled bv his adm'r. William
C. Lawson, of Frederick Kobel, dee'd t settled by
hia executor Henry LaUhaw, of Jacob Shive,
dee'd ; settled by his adm'r. Samuel & John, Shive
of Paul Lahr, dee'd : settled by his adin rs. Mi'
-J Lahr & Abraham Lenker, of Dennis Wool-
venon, aec a; sctueo oy uisadra r. Wm. regeiy,
of Elizabeth martz, decM ; settled by her adm'r.
Peter Pursel, of John Jones, dee'd, settled by his
adm'tors Wm. H. Muench & Elisha Kline, of Mi.
chael Reitz, Sen. dee'd, settled1 by his ex'tora Mi.
chael Reits A Peter Reitz, of Catharine Conrad,
dcdM, settled by her ad'tor John Snyder. The ac
count of Jacob Hillhish.guardian of Eliua Poifer,
the account of Jacob Raker, guardian of Anne
Dunkleberger, the account of Wm. Ruker, guardian
of Lewis Rothermel, late of Northumberland coun
ty, dee'd. That the Executors, Adminstrators and
Guardians have filed their accounts with the Regis
ter of this County, and that they will be presented
to the Orphans' Court of said county, on Tuesday
the 3d day of January next, for confirmation and
' EDWARD OYSTER, Reg'r,
Sunbury, Nov. 25, 1848.
Cotton Yum, Cotton Carpet Chain, Cotton Lap
and Wadding, Cotton Outlines, Ready made
Pantaloons, Ready made Vesta, Congress Knives,
Porcelain lined preserving kettles, mat receivau
for sale by . c n. MAWM.
Sunbury, Dee. S, 164S.
, Stray Heifer.
pJAME to the premises of the ubscribef ill ihe
town of Shamokin, Coal township, some weeks
since, a atray heifer about 18 hlbhlhi old, of rod
color, white face and belly, and a hole in the left
ear. The owner is requested to come forward prove
property, pay charges and take It away, or it will
be disposed of according to law.
' Bharaokin, Dec. , 1848 3t
ALL persons knowing thamselvea indebted to
the subscriber, for SALT and PLASTER,
are hereby notified to pay up on or before the first
day of January next. If the accounts are not set
tled by that time, they will he left in the hands
of C Bower, Esq., for collection.
HENRY V. SIMPSON.
Sunbury, Dec 3, 1848 It
PLASTER, Salt and Fish, just received and for
by J. W. FRILING.
Sunbury, Dec. 2, 1848.
CAPS. An assortment just received. Also,
silk HATS at $225, for sale by
Sunbury, Dec. 8, 1848.
Molasses for sale by
Sunbury, Dec. 2, 1848.
-Superior refined Syrup
GUM SHOES for Gentlemen and Ladies, just
received and for sale by H. MASSEK.
Sunbury, Dec 2, 1848.
AXES of a very superior quality for sale by.
Sunbury, Dec 2, 1848.
TJLANK BOOKS. An assortment of Blank
Books, just received and sale by
Sunbury, Dec 2, 1848.
1TE7" CHEAP GOODS.
The largest assortment In Town,
John W. Frilincr,
ESPECTFULLY informs his friends and
customers, that he lias received the
largest and best assortmenfcof goods ever of
fered in Sunbury. Consisting of
Groceries, Hardware, Qucensware, Liquors,
and a great variety of other articles.
The public are respectfully requested lo
call and examine his stock before purchasing
Sunbury, Nov. 18, 1848.
THIS Powder is warranted fur superior to any
thin; in use for imparting a keen, smoothed
to Razors, Surgical instruments, and all kinds of
fine Ci tlkbt ; it may be applied to any kind of
strop. Also superior Razor, Knives, and Perfumer)-,
wholesale and retail, bv
ALFRED BENNETT, Agent
Depot of Fine Razors, Strops, 11 rushes, and
Cheap Fancy Goods, No. 18 South Fifth street a
bovc Chestnut Philadelphia.
PlIILADKLI'HIA, Feb. 15th, 1848.
This may certify that I have used one of the
Strops prepared with HAYNES' MAGIC DIA
MOND POWDER, and can attest in the most
unequivocal manner, that thcro is nothing can be
found that will produce the same effect in my opin
ion, and must say to others, try it, and you will
find it superior to any heretofore in use. I can
truly say that I never knew what a sharp razor
JOHN SCOTT, Iron Safe Maker, 41 S. Third st.
Philadelphia, October, 1818.
A very hard beard and tender face has compel
led mc to seek and lest many contrivances design
ed to make shaviug easy and pleasant, but with
indifferent success, until I made use of the Magic
DIAMOND POWDER, sold by Alfred Bennett,
and Roussel's Shaving Cream. Their united pow
er act like magic, and impart a power to the Razor
to remove tho most stubborn beard, without irri
tating the skin or temper of their owner.
J. COX, 49 South Fifth Street.
For sale at this office Price 25 els. per Box.
November 25, 1848 6m.
To the Heirs of Henry M'Gee, dee'd.
FlO Michael McGee, Rodney McGee, Dennis
1 McGee, Bernard McGee, Sarah McGee, John
McGee, Catharine McGee, Margaret Ann McGee,
Who have for their Guardian John McGee, Sarah
ntcrmarricd with Daniel Labey, Nancy McGee,
Manas acs McGee and Catharine McGee.
YOU are hereby cited to be and appear before
the Judges of our Orphans' Court, at an Orphans'
Court to be held at Sunbury on the 1 st day of
January A. D. 1849, at 10 o clock in the forenoon,
then and there to accept or refuse to take the Kcal
bstate of Henry McUee, dec u., situated in Oliilis-
quiique township, in the county of Northumber
land, at the Appraised Valuation put upon it by an
inquest duly awarded by the said court Of which
the aforesaid heirs will take notice.
JAMES COVERT, Sheriff.
Slirff. Office, Sunbury,
November 85th 1848
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
IT AS lust received at his store, in Sunburv,
J-L an assortment of the cheapest Goods, that
ever came to the place, consisting ot
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, tec.
French black Cloths, Cassinette, &o. Call
coes, of excellent quality and colors,
price C to 10 cts. Good Muslins, a
yard wide, at 61 cents.
These are not the low priced trash articles
usually sold. Muslin de Lames, of tine qual
ity and patterns 181. Handsome Terkeri
and other Shawls and various other articles.
The public are requested to call and judge
Sunbury, Nov. 19, J848
TN PURSUANCE of an order of the Or
A phans' Court of Northumberland County,
will be sold at public sale, ou Friday the 29th
day of December next, on the premises, to
...it a cprtain House and Lot of laud situa
ted iu Rus township, in said County, and
known as the Union Corner Store House, ad-
(lining land ol Jos. Keeder, Kobert Nwtt and
lohn Pense), containing two Acres and thirty
two perches more or less. Late the Estate
of Hannah Ueeu, deo'u. Sale to commence
at u o'clock, A. Al. ot said uay when the
terms o sale will made known by
JACOB UK ED, Adm'r.
ny order ot the Lurt,
EDWARD OYSTER, Clk
Suubury, Nov. 18, 1848.
Oysters! Oysters! ! Oysters! ! !
H. T. SANDERS,
RESPECTFULLY inform, the citizen, ol
Sunbury and vicinity, that he constant
ly keeps on hand tlie best quality of oysters,
in the shell and otherwise, which will be
served ur in Ihe best style, on the shortest
notice. His establishments is opposite the
rresDyterian cnurcn, oiacKDerry street, bun
bury. ... . i
Sunbury, Oct. 28 184 Smo
DEATH TO PAIN
to Tite Hirx !
HALM is found . fur the
Whole Humsa Race In An
This is sn entirely vcgHa
We eompnand, eompraifd of
dients, snd is sn Internal snd
External Remedy f the va
riuns ilk) that human Besk is
Coughs, Colds, Pains, Nervnas and Sick Hesdscha,
Rheumatism, Cuts, stprsins, Spinal Affections, Summer
Complaints, Cholera Morhus.Tnnthacbe, Eruption, Corns
Piles, Frozen Parts, Burns, eVskls, A (rue in the Face snd
Breast, Psintera' Collie, ilruisei, old 8ures, Loss of appe
tite, General Debility, Asllimn.fte. Put up in bottles for
J, or 4 shillings per bottle. For further particular! in
Pamphlets to be had of every agent gratis, containing a
brief history of the origin discovery and goods effects nf
Andrews' Pain Killer, Certificates of Cares, directions. Ae
LOOK OUT FOR FRAUD.
The triumphant success of Andrews Pain Killer m re
moving the causes Hint produce death, the untimely death
of millions of our race, has Induced some men of whem it
may be truly said, their villainous occupation! manifest
their villainy, to attempt to put ill eirculatiisi spnrioini and
counterfeit nrticles called "Pain Killer," using fictitious
names for the pretended author, forged certificates, ftc,
Some have appeared, and others no doubt will appear.
all rememlier Hart Andrews (icnuine Pain Killer bus Hit
written signature of I. Andrews on the Inliel of each bottle
in black ink. Don't simply nak for Pain Killer, but aak for
Andrews' Pain Killer, and have no other.
Hold by M. A. McCnv, Hole Agent, Norlhumlicrlnnd j
J. W, Friling, Siinlnirv :' John II. Baser, Milton John R.
Mvycr, HI'ioinsbiirgj Vni. A. Murray .V Co, Dniivillc j
Davenport rJinith, Plymouth! Andrew Yohr, Wilkca
Isirrc : Hays MeConnick, MrKwensville j Selmflle A
Clminlierhin. Iwishura: j licorge AIcAlpin, Jersey Shorej
J. M. Jildd, Willinmspoil.
Orders addreaacd to I. Andrews, invent'ir and only Pro
prietor nt lthees Tompkins county, N. V. Will rcceiv
September 30, IMP. ly
SUMMER AND WINTER COOKING
THKnliove (Hove, which is equally well artnptfi to Wood
or Coal, has received silver inmluli at the faira of the
American Institute, New York; of tho Mechanics' Insti
tute, Boston; of the Franklin I imitate, Philiuielpliia ; and
of the .Meclmnics' Institute, Wilmington, Dekiwnre.
It i cuMlle, rf properly used, of doing more work, with
Icm fuel, than uny other SMve yet ottered to the public : in
winter it will warm the largest kitchen, whilo ill summer,
with the summer drcwi attached, it throws out no more
hent lluui a eliurconl furnace; and for boiling, broiling, bu
king. or roasting, it cannot lie surpassed by anyotherSHove,
open fire, or brick oven.
CERTIFICATE OF till! JcnOK OV THE MKCUAXICj' IXSTl
We. the subseriliers. Iieing chosen Judges by the Massn.
chtiu'li. Charitable Mechanics' Association in Boston, on
stoves, liirnaees, raugi's. Ac. wouki inionn uiupuiuic, inai
after testing all the cooking stoves that were put into the
Fair for exhibition, and letting each man managu his own
slove wilh the same kind in" coal, in order lo ascertain
which would do the same work with the Innst fuel in the
same time, and do it liest. we find that Ptewurt's Patent
Hioimier and Winter Air-Tight rooking Stove. mnuaiaetur
ml by the patentee, of Troy, . Y.. to lie the liest, as it took
but 13 minutes to boil two gallons of water and hake biscuit
in the same tune, and boat beet steak, aixl all ifoue tit the
liest manner wi'li seven pounds of coal, in thirty minutes
from the time the tire was put into the slove. To which
we nwardetl the silver medal.
jA.Mi.sxiori.i), WAi.TK.it roni:u,,
THOMAS MOCI.TON, A. U. Wi:iiHi:ll, and
JAMES PACK. JcixiKs.
Tlie subscribers resjieelfully invite ihe attention of coun
try dealers, to one nf the largest und liest selected stock of
stoves, ever oflered in this city, among which arc the fol
Washington Ait-Tight Cooks.
Vulcan do do
F.nrekas .do do
Large Oven do do
Albany do do
Willis do do
McGregor Mammoth do
Premiums Cook S'oves.
National Air-Tight Cooks.
100 Louis Air-Tight Parlor Stoves.
150 Charles the 1st Ail-Tight do
200 Lady Washington, Air-Tight Parlor.
130 Washington Air-Tight do
300 McGregor's three days Tarlor Air-Tight
Coal Stoves, burning three days without atten
tion. For sale wholesale and retail by North, Harri
son St Co. No. 390 Market street, fbiladelpbta
Philadelphia, July 18th, 1818
TO CANVASS FOIl SOME IV KW AINU
POPUHK WOltK. in every COUNTY
throughout Ihe United States. I o Agents, the
most liberal encouragement is ottered with
small capital of $25 to $100. A chance is offered,
whereby an agent can make from fill lo fin per
week, For further particulars, address (postpaid)
WM. A. I.EAKY,
No, 158 North SECOND Street,
Philadelphia, Sept. 9, 1848. 6m.
J. J. GHEE1TOTJGE.
(Late Keller &. Greenougli.)
AND MECHAmCAXi ENOINTEH,
Washington, D. C.
DRAWINGS and papers for the Patent
Oriice, prepared and all the necessary bu
siness, nt relation to securing patents, trans
acted, and promptly attended to, at their of
fice opposite the rateni uiuce.
Uctobcr 28, 1848.
300 PKUSONS WANTED ! !
riMlE Subscriber would respectfully inform
JL bis friends and the public generally, that be
has just received a large unJ splendid assortment
Very best Stoves,
consisting upwards of 300, among which can be
found Cooking Moves of different sizes and pat'
terns. Parlor Stoves, Stoves suitable for Offices
Shops, &c All these Stoves will be sold cheap-
from 3 and upwards. Likewise on liana, a large
variety of Stove Pipe, Zinc, 1 in-ware, Urass,
kettels of different sizes, &c.
The snbtcriber returns his thanks for the lib
eral encouragement received, and invites the pub
lic to call and see bis present variety of Stoves see
E7"Old Iron, Casting, Copper, Pewter and
Grain taken in exchange for Ware.
Sunbury, Sept- 83, 1848 3m
UICll FANCY FURS FOR LADIES' WEAR
Xo. lOl, CheHtnul Street,
A few doors above Third, Philadelphia,
would jnvila the ladies o rail and examine
UDOrior nt rk of MulTs. Unas. Tinnets Ac
esery variety, ronsistin of liich liuia Sable,
Hudson's Bsy Martin, Norwsy Martin, Mink Ha
lle, Baum Martin, f tone Martin, Ermiiif, Filtb,
l.yni, Ac, &c. These sUius have been selrctcd
with great care, snd sre made tj the liest srorluiftl
in th eounn y. l.,.,Zi E3y rest assured mat no
article will tie oflered for sale in this establishment
that is not perlecl in every leapect.
A'o. 104, Chtsnut utreet, between
Tliird and Fourth utrrelt
8eitember 30, 1818 6m
LINN, SMITH & CO.
213J Market StSeet,
PHILADELPHIA. ; mires &. tTedicies,
! PaiiTS, Oils, Olass, Dis-(TiirVs,
V.iaisass, Ac. dtc.
, . . ALSO
Patent Medicines, Medicine Chests, Surgical sod
Obslf trical Instruments, t btmical 1 seis, dee,
(ry Orders from Mchsnl m fhysicisns, by
latter or oiherwiae promptly euenaee lo. ,
August. 9, IMS. m
, . , T7TTT ' ' Health to
GOLD PENS, PEN HOLDERS & PENCILS.
- o. & B. mTsmith, :
(Late of the firm of A. G. Bagley fc Co.)
MAaifACToaias oi Ooin Pass, Pis Hntniins
ADD PiSCILS, .
No. 10 Maiden Lniie, New-York.
miKTE,the8abeHber offer to the trade, snd
Ww the public generally, eur different styles
of Oold Pens, which ire warrented against (II im
fisrfeciiont by fait usage, and also lobe supeiini
n every respect to any other made. Hiving In.
ereased facilities for manufacturing, we are deter
mined that no pen ahsll bo delivered fiomour es
tablishment on leas it i perfect We also keep
constantly on hand our superior Gold Pencils, and
Pencil! with Pen, which we sre enabled to i ffer it
the lowest rates. All orders Iddressed to the Pub
seribere, will bs carefully and promptly attended
Q. & E. M. 8MITH.No. 16 Maiden LaneN.Y.
Oct. 7, 1848. 8m
CIIF.AP WATCHES & JEWELRY.
J. & W. L. WARD,
Ne. 100 CIIESM'T Street, Philadelphia,
Opposite the Franklin House,
1MT0RTER9 of Gold and Silver Patent Le
ver Watches, and Manufacturers of Jewelry
A Rood assortment always on hand. Gold Pa
tent Levers, 13 jewels, $38 : Silver do. S18 to
$20; Gold Lepines, $30; Silver do. $12 to 15;
Clocks and Time Tieces, Gold Pencils, ft 25,
upwards; Diamond Pointed Gold Pens, $1.50;
Gold Bracelets and Breast Pins, in great variety;
Ear Rings: Miniature Cases; Guard Chains,
12 to $25 : Plated Tea Sets, Castors. Coke
Baskets, Candlesticks, Britannia Ware, Fine Ivo
ry Handled Table t'ullery, and a general assort
ment of Fancy Goods.
FORK ASD SPOON MANUFACTORY.
J.&W. L. WARD, No. 108 CHESNUI' ft.
Philadelphia, opposite the Franklin House,
Manufacturers of all kinds of Silver Spoons
Forks. Tea Wets. Ladles. Ac. All Work made
by us is stamped with our name, and warranted
10 tie made ot purely American coin.
Philadelphia, August 13, 18486 mo.
FEVER AND AGUE!!!
BY KOWAMD'S TOXIC MIXTI RE '. !
T'HAT ereat National, Old Favorite. and Ster
J- line Remedy!!! of E1GHTEF.N YBARS-
STANDING still tinepproached in its wonder
fill success, certainty, and inf ty, in the cure of
WRKTCHKO COMPLAINT ! ! !
fr?" If you would escape the arsenical (potu
mm) counterfeits taKe not a bottle Jrnm any one,
hat is not guarded by the wrillen signature'
of the original inventor and proprietor, John R
Kowand, vn a paper label, cronang the nrmth
This remedy has never been bolstered up by
false ant! decei'ful puffs, but has won its way to
the confluence and universal adoption of the
habitants of Fever and Anna Districts II Y I is
0001) WORKS JIW FRUITS 4LONK, to
which all the agents, and every person who have
used it, well testify.
143 Arch Street Philadelphia.
Agents for Sunbury Ira T. Clement, J. W.
t riling, H. Master and Ueo. tiright.
Agents for Northumberland horsy Ihe, Wil
son &Co , R. M. M'Cay.
August 5, 1848 eow
UNRIVALLED STYLE OF HATS
C II A 11 L K S OAKI'Olll),
.Vo. 104 CHESTNUT STREET
Would respectfully invite attention to his superior
style of hats fur autumn, 1848, wh'cli will be
found Ihe most per feel ever before ollrrej to the
community. Its peculiar Terms renders it the more
disirsbl-, as it combines all the cssenimU of dura.
hility andneatness, requisite in that article of drejs
wliilts his increased facilities in in manufacturing
with all the modem improvements, enables him
I o Oiiallanok the WonLn to produce i bettir
Ciiuiirf.n's Fahct Hats Ann Caps or thi
Latkst Mons. These goods have been selected
with grest csre, and will be found most besutiful
and chasle in their styles.
Ladiks Kinmo Hats asd Caps or LwTias-
ly new Pattirhs. Grest care hss hern bestow
ed in constructing these articles, that they may fit
peifi-clly easy and form a graceful appearance.
101 Chestnut st. a few doors above Third.
September 30, 1848xh June 81, 1818 ly
OF a superior quality, handsomely colored, and
put up in beautiful Morocco Cases, comphte.
for onlvONE DOLLAR, st 8PIEI.EK S CHEAP
DAGUERREAN GALLERY, IV o, 80 l- WAI.
NUT Street, below Fouith, Philadelphia. All
Pictures made at this establishment will be War.
Philadelphia. Sept. 33, 1848 6m
24G and 413
THE CHEAPEST and LARGEST
4-oI(l and Silver Watches
Gold Levers, full jewelled, 18 carat
esse f 30 and over
Silver Leveis, full jewelled $16 and over
" Lrpinrs (11 and over
" Quarters, $ 6 to $10
GolJ IVnclls, 1 6J
Silver Tea Spoons, rquil lo coin, 4 l0
(iold Pei.s, silver holder snd pencil, 1 00
With a splendid Sb.oninent ul sll kinds of
Watches, both gold and silver; Kuh Jeweliy, Ac.
Ac, (julil Chain ot the bent menuf.icture, and in
faet every thing iu tlie Watch ami Jewe lry line
at much less prices than can ba b ug!it in this
city or elsewhere.
1 lesse save this advertisement, snd call at ei
thcr LEWIS LADOMUd,
No. 413 MARKET sireet, sbeve Eleventh,
north side, or st - JACOI1 LADOMUS,
848 MAKEET si., fiit store below F.ighl, south
j We have Gold snd silver Levers still chea
per than the above prices a liberal discount mude
10 the trade,
fSeplcniber 23, 1818 6m
It" MOST EXTRAORDINARY V0RK!0
TRIVATE MEDICAL COAIPAMO.V.
BY PR. A. M. MAI'RICEAV,
raorxASoa or ptaka.ks or womax.
. Sixlh Kdlllou. Ikiiio. pp. SoU. fru-n SI
4,(ruo tuples sold iu Three Mouths !
Ytairs of sufferuiff. of DhvMral aud mental mrui&ti to
nuiiiy su alTt'otioiiale wife, awl p.jeuiiiury diiricullirs tu the
liusbaiul, uuglu have beeu spared by a liuwly poweawon of
It is intended esiieeiaiiy tor the married, or those eontein.
plating uiurriuKei as it diirloaes uiiHiiUuit suvreu wuieh
hmild be kikiwa to tkein pArtienlurly.
Truly, kuoveMge u power. It is beaua, bappUMSS, smu
The revelations contained in its pspres have proved a
blessusj to thousands, as Ihe umuneniMe letters received
by the author will sttest. . r.
Here, also, every female the wife, tlie mother, the one
either budding into womanhood or the one in the decline of
years in whom nature contemplates su important chaiiKo
can discover the causes, symptoms, and the most edteteiit
remedies, and most certain mode w cure, in every eouv
psuut V which her su is subject. j
Ceplsa will be semi small Ira el resiee se ike par-
Over ten thousand copies have been sent by mail within
eies nave been sew uy mau wiuua
1 t ZZ7Z LTu,7,r. Tm,
rrivate Medical uonipstiMm" wui um mat tawu hhi
lo any part oi uie luiioo Fwiea. ai ww n am-
paid (asoset those eoaauainff a resiittaaee) aad addreaaed
tolH. A. M Mauriceau, Buz list, Near-York City. Fa.
Iiahnia OAee. Ilia Liusflv St .. Nsw York.
Tks "Mariied woaaas Prmks ftfaaaaal Cemsawioa'' H
son by soekMuere tiuouaneui ine I'Biiea
Jaa a, IM -
DEL TOWNSCND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
THIS Kxtrtv Is put up In quart bottle. It iU ttim
cheaiKT, plcnmnter, mn warrantctl mipcrior to any
Id. It nirra diswam without vomiting, piirfflMg, ioli
nem, or dohititnting the patient, and ii particn arty adapted
l or a I
FALL AND ftl'RINO MEDIC I INK.
Tlio grmt beauty and aiipcriority uf thii SarMiparlUa OTt
1'iueJT rrjnrnjifjB ib, wilim u wrntiirHicw uipotto,
It i nv i norn ten th body,
Clmnae aitd ltrengthen
Coiiflumntlnn Can be cured.
Broiiehitin, Consumption, ,ivrr Complnint, Cokla, Coughi,
Catarrn, Asthmn, pmttmg ol )Jiofi, rvrenc min
Cheat, Hectic Flutli, Night Hwrnm, Diffi
cult and Prnfoifl Kxnftoration,
and Pnin in the Side.
hnve and can be cured.
Pmimhlv tbere never waa a reinwlv that has been bo tue-
Cfiwful in dcupcrnte cnaen of conwnn'ptiim aa Una f It clean
aon and trenthcni the system, and appears to hral the ul
cers on the Unit, and put lent grndnully regain their uauol
hem in ami mmigin.
cuRiors cask or CONSI'MPTION.
There la acarcclv a dav imww but there are a number of
cnaea erf oonanmption reported aa cared by the dbs of l)r
i'ownaeira barsenni wiu. Jiiie following waa recenuy re
Dr. TowxaKNn Dear fir: For the taet three yenra I
have been Httlicted with ffcnernl debility, and nervous con
nmntiou nt the uiai stnir", ami nm not expifi in ever pnm
iny hcalUi at all. After 'aroinir throuffh a courae of medirine
under the cure of aome i'l the nvwt lilijiriiiht-d regular
tysicinns anil mrmliers of tlie Hmni of iicaitn in rscw
ork and elawhere. and aneiHiimr the in'wt of my enrninn
in attempt inn to niriiiii iny hndth, and alter reading in
Borne jmjxjr tf yout Sarsnpurilla I resolved to try it After
using six bnttlus I found it done me grout g'xl, and culled
to see you ut your orTice with your advice I kept on, and
do most heartily thitnk you for your advice. I persevere in
taking ihe Surmparilla, and have been uble to attend to my
usuni iuiors tor the Inst lour months, ami I hope hy the
blessings of God and your fa ran par ilia to continue my
health. It helped me beyond the expivtntion if all who
knew my ense. CHARLIES qi'LMUY
()rtiiiir Khsvx co, X. J., Aug. 2, 17.
Stale of New Jerw'yt Kwex conuty, s. Cluirlea Quim
by lieiiig duly swini according to law, on his outh anith,
lint the fori'goinjt st.-ilfuncut is true nrtTordinir to thr Iwst of
hi knowledge nnd bflif. CHAKI-KS t(l 1MHY.
Sworn and aulwrill to before me at Onmn the 'il
August, 117. CVItI S BALDWIN.
Justice vf the Peace.
Rend tlie following, und any that conMiuuplioti in In incu-
rauie n you can :
New York. April :, 1M7. ,
Dr. TowxsKxn : I verily bflievr tlmt ytwr S:irwitn!ln
bus been the menus, tbrsmgii Providtiiee, ol saving my lite
1 huve for seveml yenrs hud a Uid cough, li Ik?cihc worse
a i ill worse. At. Inst I raised large quuntitira of bloml, bad
night sweats and was gmitly debilitated nnd reflueetl, and
did not expect to live. 1 hnve only used your Sursnparillu
but a short lime, and there )in a woutlcriul ehnntre been
wrought iu me. J am now able to walk nil over the city.
1 rnise no blond, and iny cough hns left me. You cun well
iinngine that 1 am thuukful l'r these results. Your oltedi
ent servant. WM. HI'SSI-XI,, (U Cuthariuest.
TsOst li Kit spi;i:ch.
Tlie nnnexed cert i finite tells a simple and truthful story
of suffering and relief. There are thousands of similar ca
ses in this city and Brooklyn, and vet there are thousands
of parents let their children'die for fear uf being humbuggtxl
or to save a few shillings.
Brooklyn, Sept. 13, 1P47.
Dr. Tow.tsE.xD: I take pleasure in Hitting, for the bene
fit of tliose whom it mny concern, tliat my daughter, two
venra and six tnHiths iid, was atllicted wilh geuend de
bility and loss of 8eech. Slie was given up us pnst je
covery by our family physician; but fttrtunately I was re
commended by n fri'etul to try your Saranpnrillrt. Before
having used one bottle she recovered her speech and was
etmhleil to walk alone, to the uHtoiiisluneiif of till who were
acquainted with the riiciimwaneeii. She is now quite well,
nnd in much twtter henhh thrtn she hns been f r Irt in: m tin
p:s;. JPSKIM1 TAYI.OII. I-jh York st.. JJronklyn.
TWO ClllhUHK.N SAVKU.
Very few families indeed iu fact we have not heard of
one that used Dr. Townsnd's Sarwiparilla in time, lost
uny children the past Summer, while thuse that did not,
sickened and diud. The. eureilieute we publish below is
conclusive evidence of its value, and is only another instance
of its saving the lives of children ;
Dr. Town sex n Dear Sir : 1 hid two children cured by
your Sarsujiariliii of tlie summer complaint and dysentery ;
one v.i is only 15 month old and tlu other 3 years. They
were very much reduced, und we expected they would die j
they were given up by two resectiil)e physicians. When
the'doctor informed us 1 hut we must lose them, we resol
ved to try your Snrsnpnrilln we had heard so much of, but
had little confidence, there being so much stuff advertised
that is worthless: but we are thankful tlmt we did, for it
undoubtedly saved the lives of both. I write this that oth
ers may be induced to use it. Yonrs, respectfully,
JOHN WILSON, Jr.
Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. 15, 1h47.
TO THE LADIES.
(JItr.AT FKMAI-K MKDICINH.
Dn. Townsi:nt's SuisaPahilla is a sovereign und speedy
cure lor incipient e iisuuiptioii. anil lor the guuerui proatru
tion nf the svstein no mutter whether the result of inhe
rent cause or causes, produced by irregularity, illness or ac
cident. Nothing can U mire surprising llian its invigorating ef
fects tn the human frame. Persons all weakness and las
situde, from taking it at once become robust nnd full of
energv under us inllueuee. H immediately counteracts the
nerve ens nesii of the female frame, which is Ihe great cause
It will not U expected of us, in cases of so delicate m m
lure, to exhibit ccrtiticut-s of cures performed, but we can
assure Ihe ulllicteil that lumurcus ol cases nave ooeii rejwr
iei to us.
Dk. J oWNSEJtm Mv wile being grently distressed by
weakness and general debility, and sutler ing continually by
puiu und with other dithVullieH, and having known cases
where your medicine has effected great cures; and nlso
hearing it reeommeiineti ior such cases ub I nave o:ea(!riiei,
I obuimed a Ik lie of your Kxiruet of Siirsaiurilta and fol-
lowed the directions you gave me. In a short period it
remove! her rompiaiuts aim reu rei her to neulth. Heuur
great I ul for the benefits aha received, I take pleasure in
thus acknuwieiguig it, anu retiumeiiuiiig it to tue public,
IU. U. WUUKl'i,
Albany. Aug. 17, M4. cor. Grand & Lydiu its.
No fluid or mediciiu has ever been discovered which so
nearly resembles the gastric juice or saliva in decomposing
loon nnti airenmneiiiug mc urgniiB iu uieBiinu urn miu pre-
rarat ion of Sarantmrilln. It positively cures every case of
dyspepsia, however severe or chronic.
name jjeparimem, Aimnr, .iay m, irn,-.
Dr. Townsend Sir : 1 have leeii atllicted for several
surs with dvsirnsia in its worst form, attended with sour
ness of stomach, loss of appetite, extreme heartburn, ami a
great aversion to ull kinds of f..d, and for weeks, (what I
could eat) 1 have been unable to retain but a small portion
on my stomach. 1 tried the usual remedies, but they hud
but little or no effect in removing the c suplauit. 1 was in
duced, about two months since, to try your Kx tract of Sur
sa par ilia, and I must say with little confidence ; but otter
using nearly iw LKiuies, i iuuiiu iny nppcuic rcsuiren unu
tlia heartburn entirely re i no veil ; ami I would earnestly re
commend the use of it to those who have been arHictttl us I
have been. Yours, Ac., W. W. VAX 7.ANDT.
Aarent for Sunburv JOHN W. FRILING; Nor
thumberland, MAHV A. MeCAY; Danville, WM. A.
Apiil?-, 11. ly
IMiila., Ilcadlusr, and I'otttivllle
CHANGE of Hours, and two Trains Daily
each way, except Sundays.
Un ami alter .Monday, may 1st, 1818, two
trains will run each way, daily, between Pbila.
MORNING LINE ACCOMMODATION.
Leaves Philadelphia at 74 A. M. daily except
Passes Reading at 10.43 A. Al.
Leaves Pottsville at 7J A. M. daily except
Sundays, rasses Kenning at u.iu A. rl.
The above Line stops at all way stations ou
Ihe road as formerly.
AFTERNOON LINE UST TRAIN.
Leaves phtludelphia at
Leaves Pottsville at 21
SJ P. M , daily except
P. M , daily except
Leaves Pha'nixville 3 A .1
Leaves Sch Haven, 8 37
" Poltstown, 4, IS
" rort Clinton, 3 00
" Reading, 3.50
' Heading. ft. Oil
" Port Clinton, 3,45
" Sch. Haven, 6.10
" Poltstown, 4.30
Arrives at i'otts-
Arrives at State
v.IIh. 6 20
The afternoon train will stop only at Ihe above
named stations. Passengers for other points
mutt therefore take the Morning Line
Depot in Philadelphia, corner of Broad and
Vine Streets. No I'ussengors can enter the Cars
unless nrovided with Tickets.
NOTICE. Fifty pouuds of baggage will be
allowed to each passenger in these lines ; and
passengers are expressly prohibited from taking
srty'.Sins as uaggagA but ineir wearing apparel
which will be at me risa oi its owner. io
freight will be taken by these lines.
By order of Board or Managers.
8. BRADFORD, Secretary
Mny 6. 1818. tf
Wardrobe of FaslilonHble
J. W. & E. 1). STOKES,
No. 194 Market Street, Fint Cluthing start be
7HERB tbey are constantly ensa(ed in jet-
tiac ud from the best French, English and
Amsricsn cloth, clothing cut sad wade up in the
most superior and rathionstle style, rersoos
who buy to sell, will nnd Urge and eiosUrOt
I i. ..-.L. I .... .irv orlr.a riihin maiie
I ua to ordar, U saperiar yte at rh. shbrtast
II B. Odd VeMws Kelkiia. t Isrc assort
siMtot always baasV Orders Ham Lodges and
iodividuals promptly stteade toe the most tea
onabw leruni. . . i.-
PhiUdetphtk, June 1, 1148 ly.
03 H CP Qa Hi 683
A ftOVERElOFI REMEDY FOR
GEORGE B. GREEN, Propeietoii.
18 overelgn femodr forDYSPKPSIA, In many nf sn
forms, such as pain In the Stomach, Heartburn, habitual
Uoativcness, Acid Stomach, Heailache. Losa of Aupeiite,
Pilea, Night Sweats, and even Consumption (Dyspeptic
Phthisic.) and Asthma, or Phthisic attended with derange
ment of theStomnch (ir Dyspeptic Asthma.) Difficult
Breathing, which often resnlta from imperfect digestion (or
Dyspeptic Sysmo?a,) is relieved by these Uitters. In short,
their use has been proved In the relief of almost all the
symptoms that proceed from m debilitated or atonic condi
tion of the Stomach; also in general debility arising from
age or from the effects of Fever, particularly Fever and
Ague. Females suffering under any uterine derangement
arising from weakness, will find Ihe ''OxvogwATBD Bit
ters" an excellent remedy, and not surpassed by any medi
cine in nse.
The history of this medicine Is peculiar . It has made its
wny to public favor solely by the force f Us own intrinsic
merits. No artificial means have hern nsed to give it no
toriety and thrust it upon public attention. It has never
before even been advertised, but having first shown its re
markable efficacy in the family of the- proprietor, and by
nun aueTwaniH mimimsiereu lo m amieieu inn it if nnu ac
quaintance wilh a like result, its reputation gradually ex.
tended until it is known in the. most distant n.irta of the
I'tiion, ana medicine of unrivalled virtues iu the cure of
Dyspepsia in ail its different forms, and also for the cure nf
Astnma or 1'hthisic. Its only hernld nnd its only eumgy
hns been the story of its wonderful efficacy, as told from
mouth to mouth or by letter from friend to friend. In eve
ry instance where these Bitters have been used, and the re
suit mude known to the proprietor, they have proved a re
medy. Numerous certificates, attesting the singular efficacy of
mc 'aiuhai nu isi i i hhkj" lire ill ine possesmoii ui um
proprietor; ninny of them signed by persons ulready widely
Known to uiu puuiic.
GKO. H. OKEP.N, Proprietor.
WINDSOR, Vt , Octoler;l, IMS.
The following OrtiHcuies have recently been
Wash i koto!. D. C, June 10, IH10.
Having made use of the "Oxygenated Bitters" prepared
by Dr. teo. II. Green, of Windsor., Vt. und from know
ledge obtiiined of their efficacy iii other cases, wech(!erlnlly
rceommeud them to Ihe public, telieving that they will tally
snstnin the reioinmendntion of the Proprietor. We Iioh!
that this vulnuble remedy inav be so generally diffused
throughout tlie country tliat it inuy In; accessible' to ull Die
SAMI'KL PltKl.PS, ) q
WILLIAM I'IMIAM. I
JAMKS K. SIMMONS, (. S. Sc
Seiiat ir from R. IhIuikI
T. MOHKIIKAD, U. S
nator and formarly Uovorn-
Kent nek v.
H. ARNOLD, Meiiiber of CongreKs and foruierlv On-
vemor f H. I.
WM. WOODimiDGK. U.S. Senator and furineriv Go
vernor of Miehiiran.
M. 1 4, MAR 1 IN. Dctccate in Coinrress from Wisconsin
Frtun Hon. II. D. FosTEn, Member of Congress from
Washixutos. D. 0.. Jux 10. IS40.
D'inr Sir, I have been a dvupentic aufferer for nhotit ten
years, uikI hnve resorted to various medicines for relief
without success, unlit I nside use of your ( xygenntcd
Hitters." I have used about two bottles, and find myself
restored to perieet heaUli The forms in whieh the dis
ease showeil itself, in my case, were, great acidity of the
Hinuuicn, i"is oi uppeuve, extreme nnruieuce, severe const I
palioii ot the tsiwels, und violent henilneiie. r eeling desi
rous that a kuiwledge oi vour valuable reinedv inav reach
thera suuilarlv ulUieted. i take great pleusure in record-
nig mv tentiiiionv t i its curulive d)wt: and would alsi
reiuaik. that while ou a viait at home a short time since. I
athiiinistereil a twirt ol' a b.ttle to a nuuiler of mv atllicted
friends, with great sneess. They are desirous that you
should establish an ngencv ut Pittsbunr. or inform them
where tlie medicine can )e olilamed. ith an earnest de
sire for your prosperity and liuppincss, I subscribe myself,
Ci n iv your iriena ii. u. I wi bii.
liMt. Gko. B. Oiirrn.W suds r, A t.
Sold Wholesale and Retjiil bv Green & Fletcher, No,
90 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia.
Agent lorMinimrv u. h. masskk.
Agents for Milton MACKAY & UAAO.
April 15, Ib4fiH
WESTEIIX XEW YORK
COLLEGE OF HEALTH,
207 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
m. G.C. VAUGHN'S
Vegetable Lillioiitrijilic Mixture.
rriHIS eelubruted remedy is conAtuntly increasing its fame
J- uy uie mini)- curea ia niacins;
ALL OVER THE WORLD.
It tins now bee methe only meJicinu fur family um, and
jiurLiculurly reeuimutiitlfd lor
all stages nf lhii etMiipluiitt immediately rcliet1, no roatttr
ui uuw kiih maiming, -e riiutiiniiiei lor ictttiiuuiiy
and all disenaea of the urinary unruui ; for theaa diatrpsa-
ing coinpiMinia u sLaiiiia nkiiie ; no other artirle can relieva
you ; anu tlie cures ti-mibeu to will coiivmee the inoat akep
UlUI i K lUllllJlUCl, I.IVtT tiniipuiitn, UlUlUUal UlHCOlUI
To the Cireat Weat eanvciallv. and wherever theaa aou
piuimi prevuu una inttin-me i oiiereit.
no deleter iom coinnound ia a part of this inixtur.
curea thews disnsea with ccrtniuty aud eclerily. and doca
0 compliiint of a moat puini'ul clmrtietrr. ia
and a cure Mlowa bv a few dnra uao of thiaartiele : it
fur Itel'ore any other pfenurution inr thia riiaeaiic, or for any
inner uiacuau origuintmg trom impure tiioou. eea pain-
xihiisiLi i v in k siSibM.
wenk bnuk, weukueaa of the Kiiliieva. Ac. or uiflanuna
ti'm of anme, ia imuiedmtely relieved by a few duya uae(
thia ineihciue, and a cure ia alwuya a ruault of iu uae. U
A CERTAIN REMEDY,
for aueh eoiupLiinta, and alao for deraiurenienta of tha fa-
niiiiil'ul menstruations. No urticle haa ever been offered
except thia whieh would touch thia kind of deranpementa.
It uuiy lie relied upon ua a sure and etlectiva reiiifdy, and
did we feel permitted V do an eould tve
aa ppwf of curea in thia ritntreasini? elasa of CiminluinU.
lte pamphlet. All broken down, debilitated conatitutioiia
in mi the etlecl 01 mercury, will ninl tlie ttrueiiig power oi
thia nrtiele to act immediately, und the pois'U-ma mineral
erudieuted from the nvntt in.
EUL'PTIV F. DISEASES
wilt find the altemtive propertira of thia urtirle.
PL'UIFY THE 11I.OOD.
and driven aueh diaenaca frm the ajutem. He pamphlet
for t'-stimoiiy of cures in all dun-UMes, whii-h the limita of
an utlv(-nistemeut wilt not permit to be iuiincl bore. Amenta
f:ive them away ; they contnui vt jwgea ol cenineatea 01
ugh churueler, aud a stronger
ARRAY OF PR(X)F
of (lie virtues of a uieliciite, never apnered. . 11 is one of
tlie M'ullur Irtitures ul III" arllele tliat it uever tails to
nelleiit in uny i'ue, unu 11 in'iiu nu i'w.ic his m w mui.
uiu tut Uie emaciated ami lineeriiiv invalid
keen tiiVins the incdieuie us lmi( as there is an 1m
The immrietor wouM
CAUTIOX THE PUBLIC
against a number of articles which come out under lbs
SAlvSAl'AKlLLAS, b KLl'S,
as curea lor Dropsy, iiravcl, c. : They ere good for no
thing, anu ouncucteil to gnu the unwary;
IXIUUll THEM IN tri
Their inventors never tbonght of curing such diseases till
this article had dune it. A particular study of the pam
phlet is eurnestw solicited.
Agents and nil who sell the nrtiele nre
GLAD TO CIRCULATE
gmtuitouslv. Put nn in .Kl ox. hatles, at (it; li ox. doe
t-l each ihe birg-r fioldinc 6 ox. more than two small liot
ties, liok iui! and get imposed upon. Every bottle has
Vaiu-lin's Vegelulile Litliontrintie Mixture," blown unou
the gUiaa. the written signature of '(. C. Vaughn" on Ihe
directions, aud "G. C. uugltn, llutlalo,o suinqM-d on the
cork. Nona iHher are genuine. rreiMired by Dr. Ir. C.
Vaughn, ami sold ol the t'rim-lnl Ofliee, 'Jo? Mam sireet,
llutfalo. at wholesale and retail. No atienti'ffl tf iven to let-
tera uulesa ptst iaid orders fnau reirularly constituted
Agents exeepted ; piisl lid letters, or verliil nmuntuiioa
tions soliciting ailvice, promMly atteudiil to gratis.
diners aevoiea exclusively to me sale o ous ariieir
!.' 'hiii at. New Vorkeirv : v5 I'jisex st.Hiieni. Mass.:
and by the principal Druggists throughout tin U nited (States
and Cannitu, as Agents.
last ot Agents. worrs st CO., v noieaaw Ageni
phiaJ. W. Friling. riuHtwry Isaac Oeerhart. Meliuagnwe
C. A. Wveth, liewisbunr H. I. Wieaier, Milow Uayee
ft McCoruuck, McEweiuiviUe Miss McCoy, Northumber
land. AprU 1, lMf y-
A Tuousa Doilass Batsb I
asiibv a nooAP,
llat and Cap Manufacturers,
South East Corner of ilk and Market Street,
. x Batenunt tlory.
HAVK eoostantly on band a full and complete
assortment of HATS, OKV6, and FUK8.
Also sn eless'ut sssortment of nverW and hots'
Leghorn, Panama, and-Palm-leaf Hals. All of
which by saving of $1000 in rent, will ba sold,
wbolewaie and retail, at lha eery leweet prioeav
Coaatrjr dealers would do well to call, as by a
cooomy and low real, we are eusl rsj lo sail al
eats low lalea, : - v . ! ,
June 10th, IMS, W
JESTED BY .TI10i;S.NDS ANDM
UNAKINOt'SlAV APPROVED 1
F.very day la Uiis celebrated medicine extendinc. Ih
iphere of its usefulness, and every year adding to tlie long
catalogue of its triumphs.
A MILLION OF llOXF.aaradiMrilmtedwimislly with
out folly meet ins the demand! Fur eame time past, the
suies liavo lieen limited solely fur want of faeilities of sup
ply. Truly thia ia a univcretl remedy ! Vnlierald, these
pills have frtir.d their ny into the remnteat corners of th
nion, everywhere proving their title as the pour man's
fricnd-sick man's Impe Uie marvel snd blessing of the
For a trifling sum, every individual snd every family may
have HF.ALTII lNSCHKD tu them for an indefinite pe.
rind ; and wluit is life without health but a miserabls exis
tence ! ...
It Is too precious a boon to be tampered with, by trying
all sorts of experiments upon it. The sick should use those
medicines wily which experience hns shown to be the best
A PHYSICIAN 'r TKSTIMON Y.
From Cntukill, Creen Ciainty, New York.
Dr. V. AVright Dear Sir : 1 have foond your Indian
evetublc Pills a valunble rcnieily in cases of General Do-
bility of the lystcin, and ill all Uilli.jus disorders, I nm also
in the habit of recnuiinciiding lliemto females in peculiar
ulMHjrvc them to operate In the sytein Without producing
debility or 4iin, leaving it ill n healthy condition.
Juik- -ill, ltIS. Juiix Do Alts, M. D.
TIIK UKST FAMILY MEDICINE.
(From Norton Hill, flrein County N. Y.
Dr. Wright : AVe have asnl and sold your Indian Vegeta
ble 1'illsfur three yearn tast, and do ut hesitate to rccoin
mend them lo our friends and customers as the best Fuinily
Medicine iu use. N. & L. Hamsdeu..
From .Marble Hall Fa.)
To Dr. W. AVright Dear Sir i Fir the Inst two years I
hud the ngeney for the sale of your Indian Vegetable
l'iU at this place, and liave mid annually large quantities at
retail. They have in every instance given entire satisfac
tion. Many families iu this section keep them, and consider
hem iuvnluahte ns a fuinily niudicinc. Thcro is no medi
cine sold here that can be so universally recommended as
Wright's Indian Vegetable rills. Very truly yours,
February I , lblS. W. M. Ldkk.is.
TKSTIMON Y OF ANOTHER PHYSICIAN.
The following U tter is in reply to a note from our agent
asking Dr. Iloutou's opinion of this medicine :
Tl'Nkuannocx, August 29, lft!8.
Mr. A. Durhnin Dear Sir : In reply to your note of yes.
terduy, I would state, that I have occasionally found it con"
venict lo use the various '-Patent Pills" vended in the shops .
and while I am unwilling to say anything todepreciate the
value of others, I am free to confers tliat 1 consider Wright's!
Indian Vegetable Pills superior to nil others with which '
am acquainted. 1 have used them for many years both in
my own family and in my practice generally, and they have
uniformly proved mild, certain and safe iu Uieir operations
The rare and skill with whieh these pills have been hitherto
manufactured are, in my opinion, a sufficient guarantee for
like good results in future. Very respectfully,
U. A. Hoittos.M.D.
Mr. U is a practitioner of long experience, well known
iu nnd even beyond the lines of Wyoming comity. He Is
graduate of Pennsylvania, and highly popular with tlie
people among whoni he resides.
Beware of Sugar Coated Counler-
Remember that the original and only genuine Indian
Vegetable Pills have the wiitten signature of Wm. Wright
on the top label of each box.
Wi-telit's I iidlaa Vegetable IMIU
John W. Friling. tuibuTT.
Henry Masaer, nulu.ry. '
Hays & MeConnick, MeEweiisvilie
K. Kauunsin, Augusta tp.
John II. Vincent, Chilisquaquc. v
Kane & Bergslresser, Elysburg.
W. Rothermel, .Little Mubonoy.
Heinen A Brother, Milton.
Forsyth, Wilson fc Co., NorthvsmlierlrrHl.
Jn. Heed, Pottagrove.
W. & R. Kegely, Shsinokintowii.
J. C. Morgan, Suyderstown.
W.Deppin, Malionoy P. O.
Benneville Holshue, Vp. Muhouoy.
J. G. Rinn, Line Mountain P.O.
Ben). Heflncr, lower Mahoning P.O.
Amos T. Brinsell, Turbutts'ille.
O. J, 4 T. Pier, Watsonville.
E. A. Kulxner, Boonsville.
II. II. Knreble, Elysburg. !
duces devoted exclusively to the Bile of Wright's Indian
VegetnHe Pills, Wholeanle and Retail, 109 Race at. Phila
delphia, 888 Greui-i!h struct, New-York, and lWTrernbnt,'
Dec. lh, 151?. ly.
Equitable Life Iuurance, Anuulty
and Trust Company.'
OFFICE 14 WAI.NI T RTREET. PlHIDFj.PIllA
Capital 8iii,uiu. i-hautsr rsarsrcAi..
'HE Coinjioiiy are now prered to transact businea
iiivm the imsl liberal ami aovaiiuigeons terms, luev
are authorized by their charter (sect. 3) "to make all amU
every iiwiirunee upperiniuing to life risks of wtuttever kind
or nature, and to receive and execute trusts, make endow :
incu'i'. and to cr.int and purehase anliiiitlea.'1 The Com-,
pnuy aril aiuiniiiea and endowments, uiui act as Trustees
for iiiiikts and beira. ,
Tabic of Premium required for the Assurance of 8100 for
"lie whole term of Life.
Of Vegetable g
n pills , p
Age. fPrciu. I Age. Preiu. ; age. Prem '
III 1 511 31 I2AII) ' 4I 3 :3
17 1 &l M si? 47 3 4H-
HIM SI 9 -JO '46. 36'4
111 I 1 All 31 D'.7 4 3 77.
jn i lio u n so 3 W ,
1I I 111 .HI 3 4(1 51 4 13
!TI I 00 . 37 -A 17 !fi 4-"Ml
V 1 till US . 11 Si 53 4 51
VI 173 311 Sti'J 64 4 71
ti.' 1 70 411 it 70 . 55 4 01
-.11 , I k1 41 tie) 50 5 1'J
11 Ins 44 a W 67 ' 33.
iri . 1 pi U 3111 6 6 54
l 1 4 3 Id 5U 6 78
30 8U4 45 3 00 03
The rfretniuiha Sre lets than any other cnnuiy, and the
policies afford gnul -r ndvauuiges. Tublis ol hull-yearly,
und quarterly premiums, hull credit rates of premuiin, short
Icriiu, ion lives, snrviv.u Jiis aud endowuieirtai also,,
form ol Application (for which I here are b'snk sl.eeta-) are
lo be hod on applicanon at the ortice, or by letter to the
AgeiH, J. U. I'l'RDYfcKuulHiry. , ...
R.vrss r.i lsr-jamo fits) on a single Life.
K.nsn.s-.t nereuisaed 30 years next birth dsy, by
paying the Company ,9 cents would secure to hjs- fuinily
or heirs flUtl should he die .5 one year i or for a.nO he se-rui-s
lo Uiem tflonO; or i'ir 01.1 annually for sevcu years
he seenres to rnem c nsxi snonui ne uie in seven years ; or
for is-JO-tl) paid annually duruig lite he secures etiluu to be .
d when he dies. 1 lie insurer Becuiusx bis own btHius,.,
the didereiK-e in amount nf riniurnafoimfhiMHeeharired
bv other ods-ec For 4u,5U the heirs would roicive 5UU0 ,
aboidd he die iu one year. s,
f orms oi application asxi an ranieowwe msv ne nao at
tbeofla. J. W. I'l.AI.IluRN, Preidcul.
I'siAsrstH raxacts w. Kawli. .
H. O. Toekett, Becreury. v . ,
Cosst LTINU PuvslriAS Dr. J . B. Masaer, stunbury.
J. H ltsuv, ttunbury, Agent fur Norihumbsrlsisl eoaa-
runuury, juiy e, fio
VrilOLEtALje ND RETAIL ,
WINE AND Liql OH UEALEB, ,
Nt 893 .Market StreeC Behio Eighth, North tide,
lteeps eoiiststitly on band allltUrl Ct aid Lty'
rtiuor, via otiparior sou ryi w..j p"i
For 1 jear. For 7 years,
Ursiidf, till, so, isu "'"7 r"" "
ving, Vild Cherry tad Blackberry brandy, : ;
I'biladelphia. June I, 1848. ly . f
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFlCr