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SUflBUKYryiMElUCAN fAND'SHAMOKINr JOUKNALJ
4t ssi-.i: ' ' "' FOB Till AMUICAW.
wim eieonsJn, " we "
. ,j ..i iu, atrons earth
Mai hud aaies Its snaatls to be bound
r.4Mtw w-rn ; -
n TlM winter nights are beautiful, when the
Vlrery tnobnllght turn the fair pale mow,
. jato. shMtof lnoid pearl, and wreaths the
, treat like those In the garden of Allarlln's
lamp with eiroleU of glowing gemi
Even the child feels their magie and with
cheerful shout, crimsoned cheeks, and brigh-
ten! eyes, Winds forth into the cold bracing
1 7"' ' ." ' I - ' r...i
o.lt .i,,n thick of th storm bow bappy ere they
, .-. To welcome ft arst Jwpmowy day !": :
Who has not ' some reminiscenso of his
tohildhood that sends the blood w ith a warm
er thrill through his heart, even if its cham
!ber ef joy, hare been closed like the door
!ioftheark, by invisible hands! ' Who has
hot tossed the pure white snow in feathery
1 flakes around him, or with busy hands mould
Med it into fantastio forms, or merily glided
"down the hill side in his mimio sled, then
panting and breathless drawn it to the top
; t r. "Men of fourscore did ye ever know
;, ,i Buck ott as ya had in tbe drifting enow ?
" And When the day was over, who has for
' gotten the fearful tragedy and ghost story
tteld in the witching hour of twilight, by the
winter fire, how the little group involuntarily
drew closer together, and timid eyes were
east stealthily around, fearing that a specter
might start upon them from the shadows of
J,',' There is a holy repoBO in a winter night
that stirs with a strange power the fountain
of the soul " The earth in its "stainlt!s robes
of velvet white," scorns like a spirit-land, nnd
..as wegaze upon its etherinl branny, throngs
of shadowy forms gather like wrcuths of
-round and with mournful eyes look in
'S of the henrt, and with dirge
wcih us for tho clouds of guilt
hu gorgeous pngcimtry of
r sky, its burning stais
thrown from the lotin
lorthern lights as they
of golden spires touched
n the zenith to tho eurlh.
, while tho angel which
-eg of affection folds its rn
. nestless closer to its altar
.ice of wntTn with beguiling forthc ear,
wmis and the meadows green
, onr feel away ;
.st go in anil by your cheerful fire
. . . Vait for (be offices of love, and hear
. Aecenta of human tcndi-nicK,"
What nameless numberless influences spring
from the humblest hearth-stone, insensibly
moulding the character, and governing the
destiny of those who gather around.
The Mother soothes to slumber tho b.ibe
upon her bosom, and as the roseat line deep
ens on the fair round cheek and the tinged
lids close over the Boft dreamy eyes, rnur
.mnrs her gratitude for the well of living ten
derness opened in her heart, and choc is her
lonely hours in weaving bright fantasies for
its future. But does she reflect that her idol
, "Which ahuta within ha heart a bloom for heaven,
May take a blemish from tbe breath of love
, And bear Ike Might forever."
That her own negligence may destroy the
flower committed to her keeping still bathed
in the dew of heaven
- Could she look through the dim vista of
futurity, at the entrance of which hope now
stands with brow of light, and voice of pro
mise, she would perhaps pray that she might
fold the dimpled hands upon the silent bo
som, lay the fair curls around the marble
brow, and press the last kiss upon the cold
lip of her babe
W shudder at the cruelty of the Hindoo
mother, who tears from her neck the clinging
arm ol her infant, and dashes it beneath the
wheels of the juggernaut, or while it smiles
confidingly in ber face casts it into the Gan
ges, but how much more unnatural the chris
tian parent, who suffers her child to enter the
wortex of the world without the moral strength
4o buffet its waves
' Who can doubt the strength of filial love
"which ever spans the heart like the bow of
rp remise ! It is the Mother's name that is
first lisped. To her tho little arms' are all
-stretched, and her bosom is ever the chosen
resting place. How often has the heart, in
sensible to every other feeling of human na
'ture, yielded Coriolanus-like to the tears of a
Mother 1 How often has the guilty one been
checked in his career of crime by the recol
1 lection of some sweet passage of his child
Ihood perhaps the prayer his little lips weie
'taught to utter, the simple lay they sang a-
iround the winter fire, or the kiss and blessing
ere they parted for the night, comes back
'and guides the wanderer, like the star of the
east, to a new and holier life 1
' 'The Mother may send forth her children
as a scourge upon the earth, destroying God'
image in themselves and others, and then
in'her desolate old age, when no loving eye
meets her own, no strong arm supports her
feeble frame, mourn in anguish of spirit over
ifaer injudicious training Or as she binds the
orange wreath around the fair brew of her
daughters, and sends her noble sons into the
world, feels that she well perfonned her part
that each will spread abroad her precepts, and
at the final account "arise and call her blea
ts!."-- M. W.
' Doctobs DtrreaiKO as Usoai. Tho New
York Sun says the Doctors ot the Academy
of Medicine had a long discussion on the
cholera last Tuesday evening. Some thought
It was contagious, and others contended that
it was only infectious. Fintlly, they decided
that they would not express any opinion on
- The Clebovmkn or Boston are preaching
on -rite- gold fever. Rev. Mr. Frothinghum
took the text John vvii., 25; "Then shall
thoo lay up gold as dust, and the gold of Opbl
as the stones of the brooks;" ami the Rer
Dr, FwUian' tho text from Proverbs, "How
w k ImSImv W it Ul rvni tri1nm limn imU
Amkbicah Ice was much wanted at llnng
Koitj;, Chin; hi SeptemW last.
A LL persons knowing themxelves Indebted to
' hs Rite firm of Rhoad & Farrow, merchants
of Snydertosm, on Book account or otherwise are
hereby notified to pay up or make settlement on or
before the first day of February next, ss longer In
diligence cannot be given .Persons interested will
give this notice their rmmetHat attention. '
' "" RHOADS FARROW. ;
" Snydcrtown, Dee. S3, 188 at J -''
i .(i ,,i.-.f 'TJLY 'Ul?' ''" ;
'A 7.L persons knowing themselves Indebted to
k the (ubscriber, 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 tune, they will . he left in the . bands
of C, Bower, Esq., for collection. . . . . m 1
, ; HENRY V. SIMPSON,
Sunbury, Dec-S, 1S48 U, ,' ,, ..., ,
flEAS, from the New York Canton and Pckin
JL Tea Company. For sale by
J. W. FRILIXG.
Sunhury, Dec. 2, 1819. , ' ..'
PATENT Truasea of alt kinds, Harrison's
writing-end indellililo ink, Cotton yarn and
laps, just received and for salo by
J. W. FRILIK0.
Banbury, Dee. 2, 1848.
T3AISINS, currants, citron, cheese, pepper
At sauce, Ac For sole by J. W. FRILINO.
Sunbury, Dec. 2, 1848. -
PLASTER, Salt and Fish, just received andfor
by , j. W. FRILIXG.
Rimbury.Dec. 2, 1848.
APS. An ' assortment just received. Also,
silk HATS at fjt2S, for sale by
f unbury, Dec. 2, 1818. ,
WILL be sold at public vendue, on Mondny,
January 15, 1849, at the Paxinos Kurnnec,
in Shnmokin township, Northumberland county,
the following described property, viz :
and Harness, two four Horse BROAD WHEEL
ED WACiONri, one two horse broad wheeled Wu
iron, a Truck Waion, a Buggy and Harness,
three ('nrts and Harness, Wheelbarrows, Wagon
Beds, Picks, Miovels, &c, Ac.
. .1 Variety or Store Good,
Consulting of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware,
Qucensware, Drugs & Medicines, Spices, &c.
8a lc to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M. on said
dav, and continue from day to day, until all is
sold. - Conditions mado known on the dny of sale,
by WILLIAM & REUBEN FEGELY,
A'Signrea of JJeugrcr Unas y l amp
Sunhury, Dec 16, 1848. tS
T S hereby given, tlmt I have become the purcha
' acr of the following article from Jacob Kothar
mel, of I.onyr Mahonoy Townxhip, and that I
hold his deed for the same, viz :
1 Grcyinurc 1 Plouvh and Harrow.
1 2 year sorrel Colt, J of 2 Wagons,
2 setts of Horse gears, 1 new Wagon not ironed,
2 Cows, 1 Clock
5 fShecp His interest in a Limekiln.
7 Head of Hogs,
1 Sleigh. PETER BORREL.
Dalmatia, Dec. 16, 1848 3t
fVHE undersigned appointed auditors by the
JL Orphans' court of North nmberlnnd county,
in the matter of the Estate of Daniel Hollenbach
dee'd. will attend lu the duties of his appoint
ment at the oflice of Dcwnrt Si Uruner, in Sunhu
ry on Saturday the 30thdayof December 184H.
When and where all persons interested can attend.
WM. J. MARTIN, Auditor.
Sunbury, Dec. 9, 184831
To tlie Heirs of Ilotiry ll'fice,lee'l.
FIO Michael McGee, Rodney McGce, Dennis
I McGee, Bernard McGec. Saruh McGce, John
McGce, Catharine Mctiee, Margaret Ann McGee,
Who have for their Guardian John McGee, Sarah
ntermarricd with Daniel Labcy, Nancy McGce,
Manasxes McGee and Catharine McGee.
YOU arc 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 Real
Estate of Henry McGce, dee'd., situated in Chilis-
quuque 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 atorcsaiil heirs will take notice.
JAMES COVERT, Sheriff.
Bluff. Office, Sunbury,
Novemler 35th 1848
IS hereby given to all Legatees, Creditors and
other persons interested in the estates of Jacob
Kuntz, doe'd.; settled by his adnr'r. Peter Snyder,
of Jacob Boush, dee'd; settled by his adm'r. An
drew Guffy, of Win. Lemon, dee'd; settled by his
adm r. X nomas Lemon, of Abraham EisLer.dec d ;
settled by his adm'r. John S. Eistcr, of Robert H.
Hammond, doe'd ; settled by his adm'r. William
C. La-.vson, of Frederick Kobcl, dee'd ; settled by
his executor Henry Latshaw, of Jacob Shive,
dee'd ; settled by hi adm'r. Samuel & John, Shive
of Paul Lahr, dee'd ; settled by his adm'rs. Mi
chael Lahr & Abmham linker, of Dennis Wool
verton, dee'd ; settled by hi adm'r. Wm. Fegoly,
of Elizabeth inartz, dee'd ; settled by her adm r.
Peter Purael, of John Jones, dee'd, settled by his
adm'tor Win. H. Mucnch St Elisha Kline, of Mi
chael Ruitz, Sen. dee'd, settled by his ex'tors Mi
chael Rcitz & Peter Reitz, of Catharine Conrad,
ded'd, settled by her ad'tor John Snyder. The ac
count fit Jacob llillbisli.guardian of bluu 1'eitcr,
the account of Jacob Raker, cuardiuii of Anne
Dnnklcbergcr, the account of Wm. Raker, sruardian
of Lewis Rothcrmcl, late of Northumberland coun
ty, dec d. 1 hat the Executors, Adminstrators and
Guardians have filed their account with tlie Regis
ter ot this County, and that they will bo presented
to the Orphans' Court of said county, on Tuesday
tlie 2d day of January licit, for confirmation and
EDWARD OYSTER, Eeg'r.
Sunbury, Nov. S3, 1848.
OP THE .
rilHE subscriber assignee' of Denglcr, Haas,
J. fc Co., will expose to sale by public vendue,
on Thursday tlie etti day of February, 1849, on
THE CHARCOAL FCRNACE,
known a the Pixiko Fl uxaie, situate on Shi'
mokin Creek about 11 miles cast of Sunbury and
within one fourth of a mile of the Danville cV Potts-
ville Rail Road, together with coal house, two
dwelling houses, sow-mill and other improvements,
and with all the necessary implements, necessary
to work said Furnace. There are also, cut and in
rank, two thousand cord of Wood, which will be
sold at the same time. Tbe location is a fine one,
and the country is well surrounded with good
umoer. . ,
J he Furnace is built on a perpetual lease at a
rent of $300 per annum fUr three years from April
next, after which time, the rent way be raised to
$400, per auiiuui. Tlie Furnace will be kept iu
blast until the middle of Juu'y next Any persons
wishing to view the same can do so bv callino- on
tlie premises. For further particulars apply to the
uuscnuera. w. & . t lUUELX.
. Hunbury, Nov. ?5, 1848.
jy The Philadelphia Bulletin and Harrisbura
Keystone, will please puMtnh the above, once a
i week, till kale, site srn4 their lulu to thu oflice.
. i COLUMBIAN .SERIES OF
Tk Pupil's fritnd and Ttactur't tomfort.
rpHE COLUMBIAN CALCULATOR-This
work Is already introduced Into some of the
heat Acadamles and k large number of Schools,
where its use has given decided and universal sa
tisfaction, both to teacher anfl pupil.1' It is purely
American in its character, based upotv onr own
beautiful decimal tgttet if cumnty. It contains
more, the arrangement are better, and it is the
easiest and cheapest work of the kind now In use
and it is so considered by hundreds of the most
competent teachers and men of scisnce In the Uni
on, who have recommended It, It Is the book,
particularly and expressly prepared for our Amr
riean Scholitn : By Almon Tiei-nor.
; Tns Yoitth's CoLrsiBiAivCaLcviAToa This
Volume contains 91 pages, with about 900 exam
ples for solution on the slate It embraces the
Fundamental: Rules, Compound Rules, Simple
and Compound Reduction, Single Rule of Three,
Proportion, &c. i
, Tii'Kiroa's AaiTHacTicL Taaiss, is destined
for the use of younger classes in the Schools of the
United States.,;' A beautiful little book and pleas
ing to children, and the only oneofthe kind of any
value. , .: ,!...
, There are Keys to both Arithmetics bound sin
gle or double, for the convenience of teachers, in
which tho solutions of tho questions are given with
much extra matter for the black board. These
Keys are the most complete works of the kind ever
published, and contain, in addition, about two
hundred examples in Mensuration, dec, for the
use of the Teacher. - All that is wanted is to have
the above books examined, and no teacher who is
acquainted with the science of Arithmetic, will
hesitate to pronounce them tho best works that
have ever been published in tins or any other
Although issued but a few months, they have
already been introduced into tho Night Public
Schools of New York City in all the Schools
public and private, except two, in the City of
Reading. Also, in about twenty Acadamies in the
State of Pennsylvania in a largo portion of the
Schools in the City of Wilmington, in the City of
i Lancaster, and in the Boroughs of Harriahurg,
l nrK, unamiiersnurg,L.eiaiion, uoyiesiown, i-ons-
llle, Orwigshurg, &c, dec.
Forsuleby Hr.xnr Makskk, Sunbury, Agent
for Northumberland County.
Sunbury, Dec. 2, 1848.. :
- ' FOR
THIS Powder is warranted far superior to any
thing in use for imparting a keen, snioothedge
to Rotors, Surgical instruments, and all kinds of
fine Cf tlibi ; it may be applied to any kind of
strop. Also superior Kuzor, Knives, and Perfu
mery, wholesale and retail, by
ALFRED BENNETT, Agent.
Depot of Fine Razors, Strops, Brushes, and
Cheap Fancy Goods, No. 1 8 South FilUi street a-
bove Chestnut Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Feb. 15th, 1848.
This may certify that I have used one of the
Strops prepared with HAYNES' MAGIC DIA
MOND POWDER, and can attctt in Die most
unequivocal manner, that there is nothing can be
found that will produce the same effect in my opin
ion, and must nav to others, try it. and vou will
find it superior to any hejetofore in use. I can
truly has that I never knew what a sharp razor
JOHN SCOTT, Iron Safe Maker, 41 S. Tliird st.
Philadelphia, October, 1843.
A very hard licard and tender face has compel
led me to seek and itst many contrivances design
ed to make shaving easy and pleasant, but with
inuiiiereni success, until 1 made use ot tlie JHagic
DIAMOND POWDER, sold by Alfred Bennett,
and RoubscI's Shaving Cream. Their united pow
er act like magic, and impart a power to the Razor
to remove the most stubborn beard, without irri-
iting the skin or temper of their owner.
J. COX, 49 South Fifth Street.
For sale at this ollicc Price 25 cts. per Box.
November 25, 1818 Cm.
GOLD PENS, PEX HOLDERS & PENCILS.
a. & e. irc. siviith,
(Late c the firm of A. U. Uugley Ik Co.)
Mxi'FACTiaxHS or Gold Psss, Psx HOLnsns
A XI) Pkxcils,
No. 16 Maiden Lane, Xcw-York.
7E, ihe Subscriber offer to the Irade, and
ine pnmic generally, i ur uiuercni siy.es
of Gold Pens which are warrcnlrd az.iiust all
p rficious by fair usHgr, and also to he aupeitni
in every rrseet to nny otbots madtb Hiving in.
rreaoeil f icilitics fir nia'iUMClunng. w n del or.
mined that no pen sh.ill be deliveieJ fiomour rs
Ublifhmenl unlisi it i ififct We also kep
nstanlly on hand nur superior Gold Pencils, and
'enrils iih Ten. which we are enabled 10 fiec st
he lowest isUs. All otdets s.l.lissscd lolhe Sub.
octihers, will bt carefully and promptly attendeJ
& E. M SMITH, No. 16 MaiJen Lane N, Y.
Oct. 7, 3m
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
IT AS just received at his store, in Sunbury,
an assottment of tho cheapest Goods, that
ever came to the place, consisting of
GROCERIES. LIQUORS, 4e."
French black Cloths, CnssinetU. &c. Call
coos, of excellent quality and colors,
price 6 to 10 cts. Good Muslins, a
yard wide, at 61 cents.
These are not the low priced trash articles
usually sold. Muslin de Laiues, of fine qnal
ity and patterns 181. Handsome Terkeri
and other Shawls and various other articles.
The public are retiuestcd to call and iudr;e
Sunbury, Nov. 18, 1848.
AGEN T S
O CANVASS FOR SOME NEW AND
POI-'L'LR WORK, in every COUNTY
ihroughout tbe United State. To Agents, ih
most l.beral rnenuiagement is offered with
small rspital of $25 to (11)0. A ch ines isi.ff.n J,
whereby n agent Can make from J 10 to fli per
sverk, Fur further pirliculNis. sudirM(ioipnJ)
No. 158 North SECOND Street,
rhilail. lphia, Sept. 9, 1848. m.
300 l'KUSONS WAN TED ! ! !
flHE Subscriber would retpectfully inform
J. bis fritndi ami lbs public generally, that ha
bat just received s large and splendid assortment
l ID '
Very best Moves,
consisting upwards of 300, among which ran be
found Cooking Stove of dint-rent site and pat
iHriii, Parlor btoves, Stoves suitable for Office
Sbopi, Ice All thee Stoves will he sold rhesi
from 13 snd upwsrd. Likewise on bsnd, s Isrgs
variety or Move fipe, Zinc, 1 lo-wars . Vrass
kettels of different sites, See.
The inbcriber returns bis thanks for the lib
ersl encouragement received, snd invites the pub
lie to rati snn tee bit present variety ofStovss c.
(jyOld Iron, Catting, Copper, Pewter snd
Grain taken in cscbang for Ware, ,
' ! B. ZETTELMOVER.
Sunbury, Sept-93, 18J83m : ,
AXEejf of s very superior quality for sale by.
; 11. MASSER.
Bimbury, Dsa. , J 848. j, v. ;
IJLANK DOOK8-An assortment of Blank
Books, just received snd sals by '
. ' H. MAER
Suiiborr, Dec. 8, 1818.
" A II nD 17170 tt4TnTOPAM
li AllllnClr Oi-nn-i" vi. Tin Bics'-k
. rrrr 'tlMilth to lbs Wank I! A
BAI.M Is foaixl for llw
Whole Human Haca la An
ilrcws' PAIN KILLER. !
This It an untlif It vreeta.
We enmrmmul, rompnswl of
Twenty-FIvs diSnrmt issro
aimls, end is an Internal and
Eltcrnnl Remtdy (at the va
rlmit ills that human Bceh is
heir lo i ii j
j.,. vcnat,H (.;;
Cuturhfl. rnltls.- tntitk . VrviMi. iwt Mrfc Vfi-nAiir-liH.
Rtieninalism, Cms, rWsins, ftpinal ASiirtkiiw, . Sumirwr
CcMtpialnts, Cholera iWorbusi TuMhaehe, Eruritlnn, Corns
Piles, Fnuen Parts, Burns, SrH, Afrue in Ihe Fare aisl
Rresst, Pslntm' Collie, Bniiscs, okl Sma, Loss nf appo
lite, General DHiililr, AMhina, (re; Put up is nnttles ft
I, S or 4 ihillinas per bottle. - For further pnnioulnri see
Pamplilels to he had of every agent grails, eontiiiniiia:
brief history of the origin, discovery and goods eAeett of
Andrews' Pain Killer, Certineatea of Cnm, directions. Ac
, t ; , LOOK OUT FOR FRAUD. . ,: ,.. ;
. , Tlie triumphant snccees of Andrews Pain Kilter in ri
moving the cnutf-s that srodune donlh. the untimely death
nf millions of our rare, hns indttred some men of whem it
msy be truly aid, their villainous ocmpslions menilrst
tltelr vilhlny, to attempt to pnt in circulation spurious a,
eonnterfrit articles rsllrd "Pnin Killer," iwinij liciiiiona
names for the pretended enthor forged eertinrstes, An.
Some have appeared, end others no doubt wiil oppenr.
all remember that Andrews Oenaine l'sin Killer hns the
written sisiistore of I. Andrews on Ihe label of esok bottle
in black ink. Don't limply n for Pain Killer, but ask f
Andrews' Pain Killer, nod have no otlier.
J. W, Frfling, Sunbury .
ri uy at. a. Aieuiy, roie Arnit, I'irthumbrrlnn1 :
riling, Sunbury i Jolin It. Knser, Miltoa i John R.
Myver. lll.MtiiinburK i Wm
Wm. A. Mnrrey A Co, Denville i
Dnvenporj A Smith, Plymouth ; Andrew
Andrew 1 ohr. WiBiea-
borre l Hays A MeC'orniirk, AfrF.wonsrllle l rVlmffle ft
Chaniberlsiii. Iwishurg Uv,irga MeAlpin, Jerae)- Sh're)
jh. JiKHi. iviiunmspoii.
Orders addreiwed to I. Andrew. Inventor ami only Pro.
irietor at Itheea Tompkins comity, N. V. Will receive
. rpieuiucr an, ic,-ly
S3 IS vS-fii. Hi S3
SUMMER AND WINTER COOKING
THE ntxTve St'ire, wliich i eqmtlly wrll ailnptcd to Wood
or Cnl, hns roecirerl silver iiicdnlt at the fair of the
American Institute, New York; of the Mechmirr' ImMi-
tute. Bdwtan ; of the Fmiiklirt Institute. PhitnnVlphia) and
of the MechnnicB1 Institute. Wilniiiifrton, Uetaivare.
it ir rapame, 11 pronorir uneo, i ti tiup m-ire wtirn, wim
lens fuel, thnn snv nthcr tve vet offered to the nnNic: in
winter it will warm the torret kitdien, while in lummfr,
with the Mi in i nor drnu attached, it thrtnvsont no m re
licut than & charcoal furnace; and for Knling, bmilinCf h
kiiir. or ronrttinff. It cannot be nurrmsned by any other fttve,
open fire, or brick oven.
CEBT1KK ATI OF THKJl'DOKt OT THE MlCIIATItCS I?IST1-
Wo, the fnibflrriberii, l)eiits cIdicii Jtidzcn bv the Miifm
clmstMtfi Charitable Mwhnntcs1 Am pialinn in Benton, on
ttive. furnacen. rnnires, Ao. would inform the public, that
afier tesiinur all the coikiiKr efnrea that were pot into the
rnir lor nxeitiHion, ana loitmir earn man manage tn own
alnve with the nine kind of oml, in order to aarcrtain
which would do the time work with the least fuel in the
Kline time, nnd do it best, we find that Stewart's Patent
Hummer and Winter Air-Tifrlit Cooking Wove, mniwifictur-
etl hy Ihe rcitenlre, ot lro ?i. 1i tiethelieat, aa it took
but i.l minutes to boil two niToit of water and bake Itincitit
in the name tiinr, and broil beef aleak, and all kme in the
beat irmnner with seven nonnda of coal, hi thirty minntfa
from the time tlie fire wns put into t lie stove, 'to which
JAMKS OOl'M). WALTKu COIIXEIJ.
TIIOMAi MOUlVroX. A. D. WKHUKR. aixl
JA.MK9 PACK, JrnoK-.
Tlie aultacribcra resncctfnlly invite the attention of cmin-
try dmlura, tn one of the largest and licst selected stock of
stot-ea, ever offered in tltiacily, am 'ng which are the fol
io wing :
Serpen Cy ler.uVrs.
Washington An Tight Cooks.
Premiums Cook S oves.
National Air-Tight Conks.
100 Lmii Air-Tight Porlor Stoves.
mo Charles the 1st Air-Tight do
200 L)dy Washington, Air-Tight Parlor.
130 WaahiniEton Atr-Tinht tin
300 McGregor's thre days parlor AirTt)(ht
Coal Stove, burning three days without atten-
For sale wholesale and retail by North, Karri
son & Co. No. 390 Mark t street, Philat-lphia.
Philadelphia, July 18th, 1SI8
UNRIVALLED STYLE OF HATS
Xo. 104 CHESTNUT STREET
Would resi rctfuOv invite attention tn his superior
style of hat for autumn. 1848, which will he
found the most peifert er btfore oil, red to Ihe
commuiniy. Us peculiar f irms t.-nuer. It lbs more
ih sirnlil , II combines sit the raii'ifi's nf Jy
l iliiy sinlnealnos, requisite in that nnii-le of dress
lulls Ins mcroasttl f iriliiiea in in miiiufsctarini
ni h nil ihe n'Otk ru impr-ivemints. ensbl.-s him
I u Challssoi thk V usin lu pr- duce s belt, r
(JniLnsss's Finer Hats inn Cars or tns
Latest Mon. Tlie-e good have been selected
ilh groat ere, and will be found nv-st beautiful
and ches'n in ihrir tvle.
Laiiiks' liinixo Hats inn Caps or Esrins
Li jus w I'atteii. (Jreai rsie hs l.n li-slow.
ed in cookIiuiIm g thrre aitic'et. ih. t they msy fit
prificil) ct-y and lotni a granful nppe rnre.
. . CHARLES OAKFORD.
104 Clifstnut l. a lew doors shove Thiid.
Sh, temLet 30, 18 18 th June 2 1. 1818 ly
246 and 413
THE CHEAPEST and LARGEST
Gold and Silver Walche-
1N l'HILADEDAill A.
Gold Levers, full jewelled, 18 esrat
ease (30 snd nvel
Silver Irfv s, full jewelled $16 snd over
; l.epine . ft I end over
' Quait-r, $ 8 to 110
GolJ Pencils. . I 6.1
Silver Tea Spoons, iqu .1 to coin, . 4 60
ti. ld I'eis, silver holder snl pencil. 1 00
With a snh-ndid ss'or.mrnt ol all kinds of
Welches, Ihith gold snd silver; Kiib Jeweliy.eVc.
&c, (iol I Cham of Ihe l-e-l men'if. eiuies, and in
fai t eveiy thing in the Watch and Jewelry line
st much less prices than ran bs b tight in tbii
City or elaowhel.
f lease 4ve Ihi'sdri-itifment, tnJ call at ei
ther LEWIS LA DOM US.
No 413 MARKET stee-, alve E'evenlb
iionbside,nr st JACOD LAU0MU8,
346 MARKET si.. 6rt store below Eight, south
Cjr We bats Gold and Silver Levrre still chca.
par than the above prica librral discount made
to ihe trade.
Bepiem'-ei 3, It 18 Out :
Oysters! Oysters!! Oysters!!
- . T. SANDERS,
JT ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens ol
W Sunbury and vicinity, that he constant
ly keeps on baud the best quality ol oysters,
iu the shell and otherwise, which will be
served up iu the best style, on the shortest
notice. His establishments is opposite the
Presbyterian church, Blackberry street, iuii
bury. ' ... s .i
Sunbury, Qct. 28 1842mo
J. J. GB.EE1TOTJGH.
(Late Heller fc Graenough.)
amd MBOHAirxoAX. narozxraBB,
WkRAWINGS atid papers for the Patent
Office, prepared tnd all the necessary bu
siness, in relation to securing patents, trans
acted, and promptly auencieci to, at tuetr ol-
lice opposiia inn uicuv uiuvo
October J8, J848,
gi UM &KOES for Gcntleujvn and Ladies, just
Jf received snd for tsle by J, IAnhER,
riuiiburj-, Dec. 8, 1848,
TFardrobe of Fatthlonable
' CLOTHING. '
; J. W. & E. D. STOKES,
CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, .
No. 194 Market Sired. First Clothing itnrebe
' low Sixth, '
W. Pmt.ADSLraiS. . r
HRRE they are conttantly engaged in get
ting np (ram the best French, English snd
Amertcsn s'oth. clothing cat snd made up In the
most snperior and fashionable tty s. - t'ertoni
who boy to tel', wilt find s targe snd eicellent
stock St the lowest city prices. C othinf msde
up to order, in a superior style at the sborteit
notice. ' "' ' 't i
. N. B. Odd Fellows RegaHs. a Isrgs sstort
ment afwsys on hand . Orders from Lodges snd
Indiviitin promptly attended to on ths most res
Philadelphia, June 3, 1848 ly.
iTEV" CHEAP GOODS.'
The largest lsorl ment In Town,
John W. Friling,
RESPECTFULLY informs his frifimlsitnd
. customers, that ho has received the
largosl and best assortment of pooJs ever f.
fered in Sunbury. Consisting of
Groceries, Hardware, Quetnsware, Liquors,
ami a great variety of other articles. ' '; '
The public are respectfully requested lo
call ami examine his stock before purchasing
Sunbury, Nov. 18, 1848.
RICH FANCY FURS FOR LADIES' WEAR.
Xo. 104. Chestnut Street, ;
would invbe the ladies to call anil rxainina
aiipeiinr t rk of Muffi, H iss, Tipets cVc. i f
every variety, consisting; of It eh Rousts Mihle,
HuiIoii's Uy Msrlm, Nnrwsy Martin, Mil k Ha.
I'le. Binm Msrtiti, Sinne Merlin. Krmine, Fili li
l.yni. Sec, &e. These skins have bten eel cted
with great csie, nd are m ulo hy tho best workmen
in Hie country. - L ,die mry rest assured thst no
article will l-eofTered for rale in this cstabliahm 'lit
that i lot perfect in every leaped.
CH MILES OAKFORD,
Ka. 104, Chetnul ttrert, brtwern
Third and Fourth ttrtrti
8ett-tulier 3(1, 1848 Dm
DR. TflWiNSESD'S COSPOCSD EXTRACT OF
S A li SAP A HILL A.
fTHIS tract ia put up in quart button. It nix tinv
JL cheaper, j Ifjinauter, nnd wurruittrtl mipcri'r to rhv
)kl. It rtirttt tlicni" without voniiiiti, purfiiiifr. aiek
liens, or dt-bililaling the mticnl. out) is portion urly ailapttul
FAt.I AND SPRING MF.DiriNK.
Tho great beiuty nnH surrrrinritjr of thin Surnapnrill.t over
other reiiieilirtf in, whilft it ernttiiateitiiipa?',
it uiviaj.traien tlie tily.
Clroimc ujid Htrctigthrn.
rHisnivtion can be ruretl.
BroiK-liiiin. 0imiinptiiin. Liver C iinpluint, C iltta, Otiighs,
Calnrrli, A I una, Spitting of Blootl. 14 reucra in tho
Chet, lleelie Flush, Night went, DilTi
cnlt nttil Prot'use Kxpcctoraiion,
and Pain in the Side,
Imve ond onn be cured.
I'rii1klv tlir never whs reine-lv lluit hnn been nUc.
CeMl'ul in desperate maca ol' ronmimpti'm tta tbia ; it vUiut
ca ana airengiiicna tne ayatein, turn oppotra lo neui the til
ccra m the lunga, and pjitiunta grudually regain their usual
health nnd strength.
CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION.
There ia acarrclv a dnv naivea Imt there ore a imnilKf nf
caayaof ctiiimnnptum rcjst.rted as cured by the line tn' Or
Townseu'a "-URipaiilla. The folljwiiig na recently rc-
Pr. TowxsKXD Itanr 8ir: For the hist throe rears 1
have bttti lUHirte.l with gfiit-ml debility, mid ncrvnna cmi
stimutirm ot' tlie lust BUitte, and did mrt expwt to ever gnin
my nealtti at uli. After gtHtig thnnich a couiaeitf rnt-Uu-iiie
nudcr the care of some of the m at thutittiniiufced regnLir
hysicuiiis iud incuibura ot the Houid ui Jlnaliii in .t:v
i'ork and elsewhere, nml NfieiKting the m )t of my eurninua
11 Mtleinntintr to retmin mv huitlh, and after rcmlinir in
sjtne paper of ynui hurmparilla 1 resolved to try it. After
using six bottles 1 lutnul it d ue me great good', and rnlled
to aee you at your ofhee ; wilu ytmr utlvice 1 kcjrt on, and
di moat heartily thank you lor your advice. I persevere itt
taking the ftirsapuriUa, and have been able to attend i i.iy
ii sunt lunors ior tue irtst tour moiiins, ana I nope oyine
blessingB of Gjd and your (StiraEistrillu tn continue tny
health. It helped me beyond tho expectations of ull who
k:iew my case, CHARLES QUIMBY
tiraitge, hsex en. X. J., Aug. , lts7.
State of New Jersey, Kttsex county, as, Cliarlea Quiiu-
by being dul) sworn acoortling lo law. on his oath raith, '
inn ino ioriging auttcincni is true nctMnnng w tne ot
tut knowlwlgeund Mitf. CHAKLKS Qt'lMliV.
tnrjrn and auiiarnbed to before iiw nt Orniiee, the M
Aagtist, mi. - - - - CYRUS BALDWIN.
. - j italics oi we reace.
Read tlie foliuwiiir, and aav that eoiunimptUm is in incu
rable if you cuu :
pw lorx, April 71, itM.
Dr. TouxEPt I verity believe that votir Haraanurilla
has been the means, through Providence of saving my life
1 have fur several years had a bad cough. It became wwae
and worse. At last I raised large qiumtities of bkml, had
night sweats and was greatly debilitated and reduced,
did not expect to live. 1 have only used your Sarmarillu
nut a sunn time, awl rnere wis a winieriui ctiange been
wvouglit in me. 1 am now able to walk all over the city.
I raise no Utxitt, and uiy cough lias lui't me. You can well
iimgmc that 1 am thunVifnl t- these results. Your obedi
ent servnut. WM. ItUSSKLU 06 Catiiarine st.
lost hkii spi:kci.
Tlio annexed eertiheute tells a simple and truthful story
of suffering and relief. There are thousands of similar ca
sea in thia city ami Brooklyn, and yet there are tft msands
of parents let their childreu die for fear of being huuibugged
or Li save a few sliilluigs.
urooKiyn, ep( iki.
r. TowxsBKOt I take Dleasure in staliiur. for the bene-
sa ui ur.w tvisusss ia mms visibitviiu siscm wi suaiiiiisci , rt
veara and six mmths old, was afllicted with general de
bility and lues of speech. She was given up as past je
covory by our family physician ; but fortmMitely 1 was re
eomnmided by a friend to try your Saraaparilla. Bet re
oavnig usca ooe Donie sne reooveren ner steeca aim was
enabled to walk alone, to the astonishment of all wh were
aeuuainled with tbe circmnstaitces. She is now quite well,
ana bi much better health than she has been for itf moot lis
past. J014KPH TAYIXiR, VM York stn Brooklyn.
IWU t. IIIIOJIIC': DA V JEeU.
Very few families in Iced in fact we have not heard of
onethat used Pr. Towiisend's Ha ran pari Ua in time, list
any cliiklrati the past Summer, while thoae Hint did iru,
sicVened and died. The txreincata wc nubltsh lclow is
fXMtclusive evulenee of its value, and ia only another instance
w iia asivuig ine uvea tn cmturen ;
ur. i owysasDuear sir i I nno two ciuurcn enreu oy
your SarsripurilLi of the an miner ctaniiL-iint and dysentnry ;
one waa only IA month old and tlia other 3 years. TlM-y
were very much reduced, and we expected iney wtmin me ;
tbev were sriveu ud bv two reaoectnlile physicians. When
the dootor uii'urined as tlist we must lose them, we rtatol-
ved to try your fttrsapHrtila we bad beard ao much at, hut
bad little eon&leuce, tltere being s much stud' advertised
that is worthless: but we are thankful that we did, for it
undoubtedly an ved the lives of both. 1 write this that oth
ers may be induced to use it. Yours, respect t'uilv,
suni. iisTM.n, jr.
Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. IS, 1M7.
TO THE LADIES. '
; GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE.
Da.ToWMSKXD' SAasAPABiLLA is a ajvereiiniand apoe-iy
cure ftr btcipieut CHaistunption, and for the general proatra-
lioa ol tne system no matter wueiiier me rrami ta uuio
rent cause or causes, produced by regularity. Ulnesa or as.
Not hum can be mm surprising lliaa its Invigorutuig ef
fects n the Imtnau frante. PerstNts all weakness and las
aiUide. from takuur it at once become robust and full ot'
energy under Its mnuenoe. ii uninetiiaieiy coumeracis ine
tterveksMiesa of tlie fevaale frame, which is the great cause 1
It will not be expected of us, iu cases of so delicate a na
ture, to exhibit ecrtiueaies 44' cures performed, but we cam
assure the attticted that hundreds of eases have beau repor
ted to us.
Pr. ToWKsBxnt Mr wife being greatly dtstrecsed hy
weakueeeaikd general ncbility, and suncring euituiually by
pain and with otlier ditneultice, and having known eases
where your medicine has edocted great cures; and also
hearing it rectninu'itdcd lor such eow-a as I have described,
1 obtained a bottle 04 your Extract of tkirsaperilla and fol
lowed the directiiMis you gave mo. In a short period it
removed ber eumpUiuts aiid resutred her to haulth. Being
greatlui f jt the benetits ahe received, I tnke Dleoaure in
tuiu acknowledging it, and reeoiniuendins: it to tne public,
Albany. Aug- IT, Ml. cor. Oruiu) k Lydia sis.
No fluid or inailiaiiia hns ever becu iliwr.n ered which so
nearly naainblisi the gatrio juice or saliva iu decomposing
load and strengtheuitig the orgaiis of digestitw as this pn
nantitsai of tieraaperiua. It positively cures every ease t'f
dyspepsia, however severe or chronic.
. Bank Penartnient, Albany, May 10, lrUA.
Dr. Towiiasnd -Sir 1 1 have been attlietad for seveenl
years with dyspepsia in ita worst form, attanded with nur
Bjess ot sttsBiaiih, toes of S4spetite, extreme heartburn, and a
great aver emu to aM kiade of food, and for weeks, (what 1
euedd sou) i have been uivuble to retain but a email portion
on say etueaaeh. I tvied the aaual remedies, but they bed
out htlle as a effect in removing tbe eoiuplaint. 1 was in
duced, about two mouths since, to try your Extract of Sax
as par ilia, and 1 must say with liule eoiiliitenoe but alter
USUIH nWliT ubiiob, a ismiism tuj aisssaa3 iassuav bhb
n, Miiirelv renvwri : mnA 1 vraula sanlestlv
the ties of k to tkoas who have been afflicted as I
aav Imou. Vours, 4s., W. W. VAN 7. A NUT.
Agent for fcuatiury JOHN W. FRILING; Nor
thomherUnd, MARY A. McC.VYl Doflvile, WM. A.
MI'tlR AY 4 Co ,
Apiil, ItsS ly
LX3 a "OP 0 1x2 G33
- A aoTBREION RF.MEDT FOR ,
GEORGE B. GREEN, Priontraroit. 1
Windsor, Vermont. j
18 a aorerelgii remert foe DYSPF.PdiA, in many of eii
71 "lomeetl, Heartache, Im of Appetite,
rtithisie.) am) Asthma, or Phthisic sttersUt with oeraiUe
ment of the Stormek (or Dyspeptic Asthma,) Difficult
Urcntlinig, which often remit from imperfect digestion (or
Dyspeptic Syspnms,) is relieved by ltiee Hitters. In short,
their hm hns been prnrerl tn the relief nf almost sit tin
symptoms thst proceed from a debilitated or atrmie condi
tion of the rXimiaeh also in geneal detslity arising from
age or from the efTerta of Fever, psriirularly Fever aist
Anie. - Femnlea snftcring under any uterine riersngement
arising from weakness, will find the "OaTosNAran Bit
Taas an exeetlent reiusdy, and not surpassed hy any medi
cine in nse.
The history of this medicine is peculiar. It has made its
way to pnlitic favor solely by ths force of Its own intrinsic
merits. No srtifieial means have been need to give it no
toriety and thrust it npon publie attention, it has never
before even lieen advertised, bat having Mrst shown ils re
mnrknljlo emincy in the family of the proprietor, and by
him nftorwaids administered to his snlieted friends and ac
quaintances with a like result, Its reputation gradually ex
tended until it is known in the must distant p.irts nf tlie
I'nion, ss a medicine of unlimited virtues in the enr of
Dyspepsia in all ils different forms, nnd nisi for the euro of
Asthma or Phthisic. Its only hernld nnd Its only eul fry
has been the story of its wonderful efflcney, as told -fmra
mimth to month or by letter from friend to friend. In eve
ry instance where these Bitters have been nsert, ami the re.
stilt made knows to the proprietor, they have proved a re
rnedy, Numerous certificates, attesting the singular efficacy of
the "OxToajATKD Bittms," are in the possession of the
proprietor many of them signed by perrjiui already widely
known to the public.
GEO- B ORKFJf, Proprietor.
WINDSOR, Vt., October a, tm.y ' 1
The following Certificate, have recently been
WtSHIXOTOX, D. C, JVX 10, 18t.
Having made use of the "Uxvgcraited Bitters" prepared
by Dr. Ceo. M. Green, of Wimlvur., Vt. and from know
ledge obtained of their efficacy in other eases, we cheerfully
rec immend them to the public, believing tint they will fully
sustain the recommendation of the Proprietor. We Imps
that ttiis valuable remedy mny be S' generally diffused
throughout the country that it may be accessible to all the
WILLIAM t l'IIAM t'. 9. Scnatiw frmn Vermont.
JAMK9 F. fIMMO'i, 0. S. Scnrtor from R. Island.
1. T. MOREHKAD, U. S. Scimtjr and f.irirurly Govern
or of Kentucky.
I.. II. ARNOLD, Member of Cinigresa anil fnnncrly Cli
vt-nior of R. I. '
WM. WOODHRIDGE, V. 9. t!e.itor and formerly Oo.
vern-w of Miehiijnn.
M. Itf MARTiN, Delegate in Ciwgrcm from Wisroiiain
From Hon. II. D. Fon-rta, Memtwr of Congress from
. WASlllXnTOX, 11. C. JUXK 10, ltH.
Dear flf. I heve been a dyspeptic suflerer for about ten
years, owl have resorted t ration medieiiies for relief
without success, until I mule use of v ur "Oxvponntcd
Hitlers." I hove used about two t)tlli-J. and Hurl invself
resb iriid to perfect health The forms in wliieli the ilia
ease showed itself, in my case, were, great acidity of Ihe
stomach, I s of spiwtitc. extreme ttntnlen.e, severe court i
Nition ol' tbe bowels, and viulcut heudnche. t-'eeline desi
rous tlial a knowleilge of your valuable remedy may reach
others similarly BlHictml. 'I take greot pk-asura tn rce.inl
ing my testim uy to its cumtive power: nnd would nlo
rcinnik, thai while on a vmit at home a short time ulnee. 1
administered a part of a bottle to a number of my afflicted
friends, with great succks. They nre definis 'lliat ym
sli-iuid cRtablifh nn agem?y st Pitttburc. or inform llieoi
where the medicine can be obtained. With nn eurnert du.
sire for your prosperity sml huppiucis, I siil-rilie mvaelf,
truly your Irieud II f). l'OSTIlll.
D'Ht. Ur.n. II. CiKr.ex.tA'iuilsir, Vt.
8 lil Wholesale ami Retail bv (iieeu & Fletcher, 'o.
a0 8,ulh Sixth Street. Philadelphia.
Airint f or Snnbnrv II. It. MASSKR.
Airi-iitsfor Milton MAf'KAV IIAAO.
Agent fol l:pper Mnhon.iy. J. O. ItF.NN.-
April li, IMS-
WESTEIt SCff YORK
COLLEGE OF HEALTH,
207 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
DU. G.C. VAUGHN'S
Vrgt table Litlionlriptlc mixture.
rplllS cctelmitcd romcily is constantly increasing im luinn
the itnuy cures it.'is unking
ALL OVER THE WORLD.
It lina how bceiiiiflhe only mcilUMiie fur fuuiily use,
jrjiiivuturiv ruc.uiunciiui-u nr
all stages of iliii c miplaiut iinniedialely relieved, n i matter
ol how Ijiuj sUndiiig. See Phamphlet lor ItMiiuony.
nnd all diseases ol tne mi,
ins cnnnilHiiits it stands alone : no cii
"!"n- nr-.; f.ir lna ltarra-
you ; mid the cures tettified lo willcmvincethe most sitir
Ileal j see pamphlet. Liver C-anplnint, Billious diseases,
To tlie Great West especially. uiuV wherever tlurss com
plaints prevail this medicine is' offered.
NO MINERAL AGENT,
d'Hetrrintu ciHnpamul is 'a part of Ibis mixture, it
cures these UwetispB willi cerutiutv and celerity, ami does
in Iviiyc the s Kf-'in turuid. N-e I'aiiii.hlct.
eomplniiit of a most pninfitl cfm meter, is
aw) a cure follows hy a feu tlay usa of Ihisartiele ; it is
far before any otlier preiaraiion ir this diseaso, fur any
other diseasu rigiiiatiiig fn.nl impure I4ood. See pam
phlet. DEBILITY OF THE SYSTEM,
weak back, weakness ot'the Kidneys, Jke., or nifluiiuna
I iil ufsaine, ia iinmedialely relieved by a few days usv tt
tins medicine, and a cure is always a result of its use. It
A CERTAIN REMEDY,
for audi enniiliiiiits, and also for derangements of lb fe
painful ineiuftrna lions. N nrlirlo li:ts ever been off' red
nsrept this which would ttHih tis kind of deraneiiients.
li mny be relied UKtn ns a Kure umd edeetive reutttly, and
did we feel permitted to d s i cmiUI eive
A THOUSAND NAMES.
as prnof of cures iu this tlisuessiup clasfl ot' cmplniiiiK.
See uuupliiel. All broken U nvn. ikbiUtited c tiuit Millions
fnnn the elTeet of mereury, will tititl tlie braeing power of
this article to act immeoiaieiy, ami tue piKMru4 uimcrai
eradicated from the system.
will find the oltetative properties of this oil irk,
PURIFY THE BLOOD.
and driven such diseases from the syrtem. Sec jimphlet
f.r leetimoMy of cures hi all di senses, which 111 limilaof
an advertisement will not ermit to he tmiiHl here. Agents
five tlei)l away f they contuiu 'J& viffes of certificileJuH'
high charucter, and a stronger
ARRAY OF PROOF
of the virtues of a medicine, never appeared. It is one of
the peculiar features ol' this article that it tin t laila t
benefit in any case, and if ttte and muwle arc left to build
upon let the emaciated awl Imperiii; invulid
and keep tukiiis the medicine ns mg as there is an im
iirovemeut. 'Hie proprietor w-itH
CAUTION THE PUBLIC
neaiust a number of article wbicb CJine out under tlis
SARSAPARILLAS, SYRUPS, &C,
as euros for D.oy, Gravel, c. : They are food lis- no
thing, and oonciK-lcd to siiil the iinwnrv ;
TOUCH THEM NOT
Their inventors never thought of curing sw-li diseases tilt
thin aruole hud done it. A orticular siuily of tlie pam
phlet is earueHtly aolicitctl.
Aeeul and all who sell the article are
GLAD TO CIRCULATE
linituitoiBily. Pnt an In 30 or.. Uittles, rd 2 ; ll os. do a
Al ,w.i-jfk lurver holiliiis 6 ox. tuors than two stuull t.t-
IS-s. lyiok out auu get itniioseo uii-'u. r.very notiro wi.
"Vuuplia's Vcitetable Litlionlripliv Mixture,'' blown upon
Ihe pluse, Ihe written sieiulnre of' ti. O. Vauehn" oa ths
tiireolkins, and "U. C. anglio, Und'alo,1' stniuped on the
cirk. Niie other are cenuiiie. l'reiari-il by Dr. O. C.
Vaiiehu, and sild at the Principal Otncc, "7 Slam street,
HuAmIo, at wholesale and retail. No attention given to let
ters unless post paid orders from rettukirly oimstituled
Aireins etceptod; post paid tetters, or verhel eouuimuioo.
Ujiis s jlieiUut; advice, prompllv attended to sratis.
Olncesdevirteil exclusively to the ssle this article ,
13-J N'aaeiu St. New York city; nl Ksses si. flalein, Mss.
and by Iho prineil Druggisli throughout tlie I mlt-deHatcs
and Canada, as Agents.
List of Alents. SMorrs eo.. Wholesale Aeul Philadel
phia.!. W. Kriline, Sanbqn Issue Cionruart, BeliiwwTin
-C. A. Wyeih, lAwisburuWI. I.rihoaiM, aliinai Jluyes
4 Mccormick, MaCweitsviUe H McCoy, NorthuauVi
AptU I, I8lf-:y
lNrSMlTU k CO.
?1 3 J Market SnttiET, .
: ' ffILADELrHIA.r
Duress tfc tTi:dh
, Pit. Oils, diss, PTirrs,
Ysbsishu. A r. &c.
Paisiil Mli- ine.. Medicin Chest, Kmgicat si d
llbst.triral Insliumaut. C'Ih iielTsi. eV.e,
(j Older from Mi irhsni i r Phjrsiciups. I'
latter 01 uihetwis ptoinptly sittnj d id.
Angus', 9, t(8. 4rq
TESTED BY THOUSANDS AND .
UXAKlMOrSLY. AVFBOVED I
-5. .i:-o ' H ; pills j '''!
a ss a s
r 11.1.3 1
Rvsrjr day is this Celebrated medicine extending th
sphere of hs usefolness, and every year adding to th Mug
oaulogue of its trlampbs. , .:
AMIMJON OF BOXES sr distributed annually with
out fully meeting the demand! For rant time past, tta
sales linve been limited eilcly fur want of facilities of nop.
ply. Truly this Is a universal remedy ! Vnhereld, these
pills have fonnd their way Into the remotest corners of tbe
I'niorl, every where proving their title as die pry man's
friend sick men's hrpe the marvel and blessing ef the
For a trifling sum, ever)- Individual and every family may
hove IIF.ALTH IXSl'RF.D to them for an indefinite pe
riod ; and what is life without health but a miserable exis
It is too precious a boon to be tampered with, by trj iug
all sorts of experiments npon it. Ths sick should use those
medicines only which experience has shown to be tbe beat-
From Cntskili, Green County, New York
Dr. W, Wright Dear Sir i I have found your ludian
Vegetable Pills a valuable remedy in cases of General De
bility of Ihe system, and in all Billious disorders. I in also
in tlie habit of recommending themto females iu peculiar
I observe them to sperute in the system without producing
debility or pnin, leaving it in a healthy condition. 7 ' '
June i, 18t(t. Jons Dos.-cs, M. D.
THE WEST FAMILY MEDICINE.
. , From Norton Hill, Green County N. V. ' 1
Dr. Wright : We linve used and sold your Indian Vcgets
ble Pills for tbrre years past, and do not hci-ltate to recom
mend them to onr friends and customers as tbe best Family
Medicine in use. " N. & I.. HMDru..
From Marble Hull Po . ,
Tj Dr. W. Wright Dear Sir : For the Inst two years' I
Imvc had tlie ngency for the sale of your Indian Vegetable
Pitts at this place, and have sold annually large quantities at
retail. They have in every instance given entire aatisfae
li n. Mniir families in litis section keep them, snd eonside
(Item invaluable ns a family medicine. There is no medi.
cine s ild here that can be so tinivcrrally recommended as
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. Very truly yours,
February 1, yv. M.U'KN.'
TESTIMONY OF ANOTH1.R PHYSICIAN.
The following letter is in reply to a note fr jui our agent
nskintr Dr. Bont n'sopinion of this medicine :
Tcxxiuxxock, Anifust 2i, 1H19.
Mr. A. Durham Dear Sir : In reply bi your note of yes
lenlny, 1 would statn, that I have occirionally fisjnd it con
veniel to line the various "Putent Pins'' veiuled in Ihe sliope .
and while I am unwilling to say nnyiliing todcprcciolc Ihe
value oiiithem.IamfrectoeiiifeKslliat I consider Wright's
Indian Vegetable Pills siierior to nil ntbers with wliich I
am acquainted. I have used them for many years both iu
tuy own fmuily and in my practice generally, and they have
uniformly protcd mild, certain and safe in their operations
The care and skill with which these pills have been hitherto
manut'ai-turat tire, in my opinion, a sufficient piurartteu for
likeg iod resulis in future. Very respeclfully, :
B. A. lioi-Tox. M. D."
Mr. B is a practitioner of I- ng experience, well known
iu and cveu beyond tbe lines of Wyoming c-unly. He is
a graduite cf Fcmuyli-uniu, and highly popular with tlie
pivple among whom he resides.
neware of Sugar Coaled Counlcr
rellsi. Iteineiuber tliat the origins! and only geiutiiis Itidisn
Vegetable Pills have the wtiltcn signature of Wm. Wright
on the top label of each box.
W igUV auili.lil VtsLju.Mc t'lllx,
i L-bn W. Friling. Sunbury.
Henry Masser, Sunbury.
Hays A McConniek, MeGwiniiviil.
K. KsufTman, Augusta Ip.
JoLu II. Vincent, Cliilisqnatjue.
Knse It Bcrgstrcsscr, Elvsburg.
v.iu..... t ton, Mahonoy.'
Ili'iucn A Brother, Milton.
Forrytb, Wilson Co., N'ortbuiulerlrud.
Jus! Rccd, Pottsgrove.
W. Jt n. Fegely, Shamiikintown. .
J. C. MiS-gan, Snyderstnwn.
W. Deppin, Mslioivvy P. O.
- Bcnneville Hohiliue, Up. Muhoiiny. '
J. G. Renn, line Mountain P.O.
Benj. Ileflner, lower Mehoniug P. U.
Amos T. Brissell, Turlsttlwillo,
G. J. T. Piper, Watsottville.
K. A. Kutxner, Bixmsville.
H. II. KmrWe, Elysbarg.
Offices devoted exclusively to the sale of Wright's Indian
Vegetable Pills, Wholesale and Reuil, 169 Race st., Phila
delphia, ?8 Greenwich street, New-York, and I'jS Trcinoot
Bot -n. '
Dec. 0th, 1IS. ly.
Equitable Lire IiiNtirntirc, Annuity
nnd Trust Company,
OFI'ICK 71 WAI.Nl'T STREET, PIIILADEIJ'HIA.
CinrM (?-i'il),K10. CnsKTsa I'ltarrroiL.
rpiIE C-uiiaiiy are now proioral to tmusact bn sines
1 up 11 the most lih.-nd ami adviinbiirei'-us ternsi. They
are niuh-ri.ed Ity their charter (s.-et. n) "to make all and
every insurance appertaining t liie risks of whatever ki:,-4,
or nature, und t- roreivc and execute Inlets, ina'.e sndow
nieuts, nml b grant nnd purchase uiiiliilllis.'1 Ths Com
liiny sell aiuiuities and cud.wnoiil, aiiJ avt as Trustees
lor minors snd heirs,
Table of Premiums required for th, Assttruuee of gtuo for
the whole term of late.
Age. Prem. I Age. Prem. Age. Prem.
IS 1 All ai li im 4fl 3 ;
17 IM trj tl IS 47 3 4!l
18 t 56 XI -J JO 4H a 6i
10 I M M 4 -17 4tl 3 77
-.to 1 on as tt 33 .iu 3 nt
St I S3 06 i 40 61 4 1.1
! 1 (Vt 37 -J 47 M 1 3-i
3 10) 3H 4 44 S3 4 SI
Jl 1 7-J .1-.) tiftl S4 4 71
VI 1 7u ID tt 711 4 01
tttt IM 41 SHI id 514
tt7 I Ml 4tt tt !M 57 33
S I nt 43 S III 6 .M
BU 1 t 41 8 I W 7
3U --Mil 4.i 31 uO QUI
Tlie premiums are leisi than any other e mianv. and tlie
policies stf inl greater advantegrs. Tables of hut-yearly
und murturl) premiums, halt crolit rates ol' premium, short
terms, joint lives, survivorships and endowments; als-i,
form of Al'isiea''0" ('" which tliero are isms sneeis-j era
10 lie lui.l oti aiiliiti n st tho otflce, or by letter to tbs
Agent, J. II. PL'KDY, SuulMiry.
Itiltl rn liim(i S Mitt ou a single IJi'r.
For I year.
r 7 vcars.
I. II I
F.n-urLX A tiers m aired 3tl
birth d-v. bv
nnviiiir the c'omosnv no cents would secure to his t'liinilv
or hnirs EHiu sliousl be die .5 one year ; or lor S.fi0 be se-s-ures
li tlfcsn atllKHi t or for 91:1 annually for seveu years
ho secures to tlieui a)IOU0 sh-iuUl he die in seven years; 01
f.s- jy-JU.40 putd annually timing lile he seeure tinsl to Lu
psid yheu be die, 'liie insurer seeming bumvu b-uu-.
by ibe dilb-rence in amount is' premiums t'r.MU those charge I
by other otfiees. 'or 8Iq;U tlie buirs would recei c Pouutt
slioukl be die in one your.'
Forr, ot'sppliculi.ia and nil pnrticilhirs uuiv bs Imd a
the oflice. J. W. Ci.AliiiOHN, Preii leut.
'UELbKATlt W. UW-.
II. 1. Tuckett, S.cn-tHn-.
foNt-LTiNO I'lnmrus Dr. J. B. .Masser, !-.u,!iiry
I. II. I'l UBV, BuuUirv, Ageut for Niwiiuuiibet'land c "us-
8nn!stry, Itity t, lfte
WIIOLESALK ANP eTAI, -
wim; iiqioii ik a 1.1:11.:
N t'ii Market Street, Below l'-ifhth, Kurth tide.
Keep constantly on bto stl kind ol' olil Li
quor, vis : Superior old rya hiskey superior
Hrandy. Oin. fce. Also wlut btsiuly lor ptei-rt
in. Wili berry snil U'sckbeiry btaialy.
lbiU'lethig, June 3, 8l8.-ry
KRJALE AT THIS OITR K. "