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SUNBURY 'AMERICAN' ?A!Or SHAMOKIIT JOURNAL: J ?.
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THE VVTtUMAX AITD TH, BALLOON.
. A great many curious and facetious thingi
have been told of aeronaut, and their aeri
al carriage! 'yclept balloons. A balloon
making a descent on or near people who
have never teen such flying machine, un
questionably looks a Iteth f'super-naturaU
like," and, no doubt, makes their hair rise
about as sudden as "bread stuffs" do semi
occasionally. ' ,
. The Pennsyl vanians are great onballoon
ing.thatState having produced about a baker's
dozen of aerial experimentalists, whose per
formances have been attended by no disas-
. ten, some pecuniary advantage -to the ae
ronauts and considerable addition to the
general stock of useful science. Some years
ago, a balloonist, named West, made sever
al toyagrs to the upper region from the
town oi Lancaster, Lancaster county, Pa.
About the same period, a Dutch farmer
from the interior of New York State, Dutch
as tour krout took it into bis head to pay a
visit to some of his equally Dutch frenh in
the aforesaid Lancaster county. Nick Mor
gan wasthe old farmer's name simple and
honest he was as the day is long with
. not ten consecutive ideas beyond the daily
routine of his farm ; a railroad and loco
motive he had never seen, and as to the
matter of balloons, they were altogether
such contrivances as he had never dreamed
nor heard of. Mounted upon his old sor
rel mare, with a lew edibles, and a clean
shirt or two iu his saddle bags, old Nick
started on his tour to Pennsylvania.
The vrvwi had preceded old Nick some
few days in his visit, and he bustled along
to join her.
J0Sg'ng along quietly and unsuspecting,
not far from his journey's end, the old far
mer and the old mare were crawling up
the slope of a little hill, when a voice bawl
"Hurry on, old man ! I want to pitch
. my grapnel into that hill side hurry, hur
The old sorrel pricked up her ears, and
old Nick's eyes "pouched out" considera
ble, and he screwed and twisted them be
hind and before, right, left, and down be
low, yet nothing could he see, when still
louder and more stentorian than belore,
came the same awlul voice
"Come, come, old codger; hang you,
ride on ride on, l.say, or I'll pitch square
on to you
The old man was bewildered, alarmed,
horrified! He reigned up the old mare,
and the poor old "critter," as terrified as
her master, trembled like a leaf! Old Nick's
eyes fairly hung out in every direction but
upwards but not the first ghost of a thing
could he see, save the hill on which he
stood transfixed, and a few old stumps close
To these old stumps, West, the aeronaut
who was some hundreds of feet in the
air, just ovor the Dutchman wished to
fasten his grappling iron and slop his bal
loon ; as night was approaching, and no
better spot could be easily found, there and
then West was extremely anxious to alien t.
But the old fellow and his horse materially
.intenered with this arrangement, lime
was everything just then j the teronaut did
not wish to hook up the traveller, nor lose
his balloon, so, dettinji vexed at the Dutch
man's delay, down West threw his grap
nel, attached to many fathoms of strong
cord, but which, proving a leelle too short,
just lit upon the hind quarters of the old
sorrel, hooked the Dutchman's coat tail, and
clamped the back part of the saddle .tight
as wax! At this critical juncture, a puff
of wind bounced the ballonn ..r-ius, fcnd
uA..a me mure clean and clear off her hind
legs, and but for the girth parting, the. poor
quadruped, Dutchman and all, might have
been carried bodily off! The old mare
turned up her eye just as the girth of the
saddle broke, and, espying the great bal
loon over head, she bolted as if the verita
ble "old Nick" himself was after her !
Poor Nick Morgan! his coat tail came
out by the roots, and he and the saddle were
hitched and hauled forty rods down the
hill, where, with all the breath knocked out
of his body, the poor old man lay stretched
out, like a spread eagle.
"There, you infernal old donkey, you."
bawled the aeronaut, ashe was sailing away,
"there you are, cuss you I knew it!"
Old Nick revived in time to hear this
malediction, and get one glimpse of the
flying machine, when up he bounced, and
after bis mare he went ten miles ah hour !
On, on he splurged, until not two ounces
of vital air filled his breatlfing apparatus :
over the fence of his relative's grounds Nick
flew, and up the lane he travelled, bustled
into the house, foamed, fumed, and cut up
such wondrous strange didoes, that his
wife and friends believed he had gone stark
mad ! 6
Exhausted quite, the poor old fellow
threw himself down upon the bed, and to
all the combined efforts of his friends, the
tongue of Nick Morgan refused to operate
and unravel the mystery. At length his
"Nicholas, vat ish dn matter mit you!
Umph, speak, and tell your vife vot der
matter ish, umph !"
, No reply, but turning his hiad over, and
looking at his wife and friends with all the
subdued tenderness of a dying calf, the old
fellow offered up" a heavy doleful groan.
"Nicholas! mine tere hushbant, vat ish
de matter, umph I"
Another look, and another dreadful groan.
"Nicholas, Nicholas, vy don't ye tell ma
vats de matter!"
Tha old man rose up a little, stared around,
caught hold of his wife's arm to satisfy him
self that she wot there, real flesh and blood,
then, in a voice low and strong, betoken
ing tho deep solemnity of "his feelings, he
"I've seen se:j IIe Kea him!"
Tho friends all huddled around, the old
vrow leaned over the bed, and with a voice
of extreme anxiety, asked
"Seen Aim? who vos it vot you see'dl"
i i ve seen mm.
"Who !" cried all the friends.
"Der divil l" . t "
"Der divil V echo tha whole group of
listeners. .. .
"Van! an oh! mine got, vot a pig pag
M cornet o.t mi inoulters !"
A CsuroBXU Company has been organ-
ized iu Boston, with a capital of $30,000. A'
mang other tiling ihsy intend to carry out
is tha engiue an J apparatus of a small steam
btt, u ruii'iipiu the, S.ierrmeulo rirer.
. r,t ?J it:
: THE ONLY aSDICAL CURE FOK ;
CONSUMPTION If I
Scrofula or King's Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous
. Eruptions, Pimples or PestiUee on tha face, Blotch,
Bilea, Chronic Bora Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter,
ocaia iieaa, teimrgetncnt ram nt tna
. . : , linnet and joints, iubborn Ulcers, Sypbj
litic Symptoms, Bcialica or Lnmhngo,
, diseases arising from an injudi- ' t
eious oae 04 Maicury, Ir.p
y. Exposure or Jinpru- , ,
dence In life) slso, .
tutiounl lis- : ,
In thii medicine several innocent but verv ootcnt article
of the readable kingdom ere united, forming a oompownl
entirely different iu ita character and propsrtiea fiont any
other preparation, and unrivalled in It operation on the
ayntem when laboring unuer nisenae. It ahoum be In tha
hnnda of every perarqi, who, by buaincae, or general couraa
of life, ia prediitpoaed to the very many niliincuta that ren
der life a curac, iiutead of a bkning, and to oil en result in
death. i -
FOR 8CROKt IA.
rtr. Pralte ranaeea is recommended as a certain remedy.
4 one iiisuince of its firilure has erer occurrfjd when free
ly used ! It cures the disease nncl at the same time Imparls
vin;or to the whole svstetn. BcmfuLuis pers'ms can never
uiy too much altentiou to the stata of their bl wd. Its nil-
ribcaiinn nh 'nld be their first aim , for perseverance will
sceoruplish ft cure of sjvjh hkreditary disonae.
FOR ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN.
Scurvy, Scorbutic A (feci ions, Tumors, While Swellinr,
r.n-sivlas. Ulcers. Cnncers, Running Sores, Scabs and
Riles. Dr. Drake's Panacea ennnot he too hirhly extolled
it searches vut the very root of the disease, and permanent.
No medicine -perhaps has ever been discovered which
gives so much tone to the stomach and muses the secre
tion of a healthy gastric juice to decompose the food as Dr.
Dr. Drake's Panacea is used with tha greatest
Rheumatic Complaints, especially such as chronic.
by driving out all impurities and foul humours which have
accumulated in the system, which are trie cause of Rheu.
malum, Gout, and Swellings of the joint. Other remedies
snnctimes ijive temporary reliel ; this entirely eradicate
the disease irom the system, even when the limbs and bone
are oroumiiy swoueu.
Oossbmttioh can bi ccsed. Coushs, Catarrh, Drin
chilis, Spitting of Bl od. Asthma, Diflicultor profuse Ex-
lecturatiin, Hectic Flush, Night Sweats, Pain in the side
Ac. have been cured, and can be with as much certainty as
any oilier disease. A specific has kmg been sought for, but
iu vain until the discovery of Dr. Drake's Panacea. It is
nnkl and safe hut certain and efucutioua in its operation,
nnd cannot possibly injure the most delicate cmstituti'm.
Ye wuuld earnestly recommend those alllicled to give it a
trialiid we lielieve they will not hnve occasion to regret
it. The system is cleansed and strengthened, the ulcers on
the lungs are healed, and the putients graduallv regain their
uiuoi uraim a sircngin. jicau trie luuowing :
I'iiii.a.. D,.e l&th. 1fU
TSka S:a : In reply to your question respecting the use
ol Dr. Drake's Panacea, I will sav, that although a perfect
ditheliever in the existence of a f'lHkm. r enri. for .,.r.
diseases, however valuable it nrnv be in ceilain conditions
of the system, slill I hove believed that a cure for Consump
tion would be discovered sooner or later, and cunosity led
ine to try your medicine in two very, inveterate cases.
They were pronounced by the attending physicians to be
reLMoAKT c'osuhftio, arm atsmuoued tiy them as in
ctrn adlk. One of the person had been under the treat
roent 01" several very able prnctitionet for a number of
years, sun racy sniu snc nau "old tnshioned Consumption
combine with Scrofula," and Hint she might lins-cr for soma
tunc but couM not be permanently relieved. In both cases
the effect of the Punacca has been most gratifying. Only
four or five botUes were used by one of the persons before
m ucgsn 10 improve rapiuiy. 1 ne other took about ten.
1 will only odd that familiar us I am Willi consumption by
inheritance and by extensive obserrntbn as a study, and
knowing also the injurious effects in nine cases out of ten
of tnr, honcset, and other vegetable tonics, as well as of
many ot the expect irantsand sedatives, I should never hnve
recommended the use of Drake's Panacea if 1 had not been
acquainted with the ingredients. Suffice it to say that theso
ore recommended by our most populnr nnd scientific phyi
cinns, and in their present combined stutc, form prolahly
the best uUerutivc tlrfit Ims ever been made. The cure is
iu accordance with a theory of Consumption broached in
France a few years ago, by one of her most eminent wri
ters on medicine, ond now established by facts which ad-
mil of no dispute.
Very Respectfully Yours,
L. C. GUNN.
To use the laniniiigc of another, "Pi. Druke's Panacea in
always snlutury 111 ils eifecU1 never iuiurious. It is not as
Opiate it is not and Kxectorant. It is not intended to lull
the invalid into a lutal security. It is a great rcmedv a
grand healing and curative conip"nn.l. the cTen nty
remedy which mcdiKil science ' "a yet produced
for Hie 'treatment of-"- "imerm iuic;nqiiered maladv. And
umlcled with this drend disease, will hn insi n
himsdf and his friends, il lie go down to the grave without
testing its virtues. A single bmle, in m -st cases, will pro
duce a luvorubte change 111 the condition of any patient,
TO THE I.ADIF.S.
Ladies of pale complexion and eonsnmntive habits, and
such as are dcbiliated by those obstructions which females
IS liable to. are restored hv the use of a lioltl a hw, tn
blOOm vilTOT. It is bv far the tiest rentetlv ever HiaAnv-.-.!
for weukly children, and such as have ld humors ; being
pleasant, tliey take it. it immediately restores the appetite,
strcugui and color.
Nothing can he more surprising than its invigorating ef
feets on the human frame. Pemoits. nil
situde before taking it, at once become robust and full of
energy unncr us innnence. It immediate counteracts the
nervclcssnen of the female frame.
CAUTION Be enrefnl snd see ). VM1 Ml th. MM.
ine Dr. Dbakk's Panacsa it has the signature of Gko. F.
groans on the wrapper and also the name "Da. Dxaxx's
r.isieu, miLA." oiown in the glass.
PremrcJ only hy Proaas Co., Druggists, No.SlNorth
ent for Sunbury H. MASSF.R.
lold also by Wh. A. Mcrbax A Co., Danville. II. BnAXf
tx, Milton; Maxt McCoy, Northumberland: E. P. Llrx,
April 1, 1848 ly
George J. Wearer,
noFE mAKEB & snip chanoleb.
Ao. IU Water Street anof No. 1 1 North Wharves
OAS constantly on band, a general assort
ment of Cordage, Seine Taninea, die., iu
r U Hopes, ruliing Hopes, While Ropea, Manil
1 Rope, Tow Line for Cinal Boat. Also, a
eotnilcte assortment of Seine Twines, die. such -
Hemp Bhan and Herring I wine, llest I stent uill
Net Twine, Cotton Khail and Henina, Twire, Shoe
1'hreails, Ac. &c Also, UrJ CorJs, Clougli Lines.
Hsltora, Traces, Cotton and l.inen Carpet Chains,
dec, all of which he will dispose of on rnasnnahtr
I'h'lad.'pVa, June 9 1, I 18. It
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AFTERNOON LINE FST TRAIN.
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P. M , daily except
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Leaves 1'hmnixville 3 45LeavcSeh Haven, 9 37
Port Clinton, 3 00
" Reading,. ,C0
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. " Heading, 3. 80
" Potlstown, 4 30
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rtives at Stats
Arri'ves at Potts-
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K04J, - 6.90
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must therefor take lbs Vorning .ina
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unless provided with Ticket.
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By order of Board of Managera
S. BRADFORD, Secretary
Mnjr 6 1848. tf , ,
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OPPOSITE TUB PHILADELPHIA KX CHAN OB. :
'' ' Manufaetara and keap constant'
""" ly o hand, a large assortment of
I mo soove article, tucetner wua
their Patent Improved Salamander
flBBLPnofiff aiavirft. wMrh
t are so constructed aa 10 act at rest
;rr k an manner of doubt aa 10 men
I being strictly (Ire-proof, and that
Imiidin-. The outaid ene of
tney wiu resist in mm 01 any
these Safe are made of boiler iron, the inside easeof aoap
stone, and between the outer case and inner case is I space
of some tlHee inches thick, and I filled in with Indestruc
tible material, an as to make it an impossibility to burn any
of the contents inside of this Chest. These SnapaUma Pa
kimandcrs w are prepared and do clmllenga tha world to
produce anv article in tbe shape of Book Safes that will
stand as much heat, and wa hold ourselves ready at nil
times to have them fairly tested by public bonfire. We
also continue to mamiiWtnre a Inrge and general assort
ment ot our premium Air-tighi r- ire rreoi sales ot wmcn
tliere are over S00 now in nse, and in every Instance they
have given entii satisfaction to the purchasers of which
we will refer the public to a few gentlemen who have
them in uas
Haywood fc Snvder. Pottsvilla; Joseph O. Lawton
Pottsvillc; Mr. Willism Carr, Dojlestown, Pa.
n.a u. lavior. isi nonn iw m.t 1. wrisui at iiepuew
Vine st. wharf j Alexander Caror, Convevanccr, corner of
Filbert and nth sts.; John M. Ford, 32 north 3d st.; Myers
Rush, OT north 3d at.: James ai. ram, nil soutn tin
Dr. David Javue, 8 south Oil St.: Mnthew T. Miller, S
south 3d St.; and we conld name some hundreds of others
If It were necessary. Now we Invite the attention of tha
mbuc, and particularly those in wnnt ot r ire. itooi pales,
o call at our store before purchasing elsewhere, and we
can satisfy them they will get a better and cheaper article
at our store than at any other establishment in the city.
We nlso manufacture the nTdmarv Fire Proof Chests, at
at very low prices. chenier than they can be bought at any
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Philidclpbia, June 10th, 1848 Jy.
I tw it 1 1 1 1 r mi g am ti gt.
In presenting the piddie wiih a remedy for the treatment
and cur of Fsrvxa axd Aat'K and other bilious diseases,
no aology ia ueeded. Vust numuera in the t'nited States,
who suffer from these affections in their varied forms, ar
enmpelled to seek relief from other sources than the imme
diate prescript ions of the regular physician. It become
thereftire an object of humanity, ss well as of publie inter
est, to bring before the a remedy prepared Aom much ex
perience, aad which may always ba railed upon aa sash,
irrxCTCAL, AMD HASHLBSS TO THE CONSTITUTION- That
such is th true character of the INDIA CHOLAOOGl'E,
is amply attested by the uiuversai success with which it lavs
ty Kxtrad from a communication of the Hon. Wn
liam WooDiaiDOE, of th U. 6. Senate, late Governor of
Uitsoit, Oct. it, lota.
DocToa Cassias Osoood,
Dear Sir, I have read with muoh uitereat, tout little
Tkaeatus upon th eause, treatment aud en re" of th
febril diseases which have ao extensively prevailed ia our
country during the hut few m mihs an interest increased
a doubt, by the fact that I nave individually suffered so
mneh from theta. Though 1 feet myseaT vary iue-anpetant
to judge safely upon a subject so entirely provisional, yet
your theory seems la me well reasoned, and your eooelu
atone just, and 1 think withal, that your pamphlet i eaica.
Speaklng of the medicine he says : It fulhr justified yoar
Aaturiug expectations, and aa a ssfa, eoavaniaat, and popu
lar remedy, my owa experience, a far, Induces ins to be
lieve that it will prove a great publie beneSt. 1 am pleased
to learn that you have raotaitly eetalilished several agencies
for its disposition thmuth 1 mrret that, with a view t
nvre general dissemination 01" It, you sbxaild hav found it
necessary to remove from your present reaidene among us.
With much respect 1 have tbe honor to be, sir,
Vour nhliged servant,
WII IJAM WOODBUIDGE.
I"e- Finn Hon. 8rxrHs V. H. 'ro natDux, of Michi
gan uuc Senate, to the Agent at Detroit.
Hismikgnam, Oabxaxo Co., Dee. 13, 141.
Sir you wish me to inform you what I know of Dr.
Osgood's ludia Cbolsgogu, or auti-bilioos saadicia. i ao
baliav that if tha virtue and efficacy of this Mjeriieia were
generally xuowu, la ma ABU as US .would itissipss
1 wueured bottle in the spring of 1811. end have rood
reason to believe that myself and fasstly aseapsa the agu
avst sen aos in aonseauauoa of it us.
Paranp ia tt summer sine th sstUeaaent of ski asw
fenuniila, ka tk fever and agu heaa so preraieM a tas
laat. I hav rrawmuneal this asedwiia at ussssoa as-
aAaaoea, and vekaa, th disease had baecau axad and bamad
ins aaia 01 parsicuuui and 1 hav saner kaowa at Out. 1.
ha awvaraally pruduacal tbe most happy asTeata, and I bet
liev il kaa never use xeceM hy any anediriaw at raaao-
trusj cne MiMxss iaaaaa ut the clsDatta.
Vows, raspi i-h'iiHv,
BTKPIIEN V. R. TROWBRIDGE.
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May , 1W18 II
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Philadelphia, opposite tbe Franklin House,
Manufaeturert of all kindt of 8ilver Fpoont,
Forkt, Tea tels. Ladles, Ao. All work made
by ot it stamped with our name, and warranted
to be made of purely American coin.
Philadelphia, August 13, 18489 mo.
FEVER AND AGUE! I!
ry THOROUGHLY ERADICATED
BT ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE J !
THAT great National, Old Favorite, and Ster
ling Remedy ill of EIGHTEEN YEARS
STANDING ttill onapproached in its wonder
ful tuccett, certainty, and taf. ty, in the cuag or
WKXTCHID COMPLAINT 1 ! !
0 If you would escape the arsenical (poimn.
mil) counterfeita take not a bottle from any ne.
that ia not guarded by t' e 'turillen ignalure''
of the original inventor end proprietor, John R.
Rowan d, on a paper label, trotting the mouth
This remedy has never been bolstered up by
false and decei fill puff's, but bat won ita way to
the confidence and universal adot tion of the in
habitant! of Fivkr a no Aort District! R V ITS
GOOD WORKS JIHD PRVITS ALONE, to
which all the ageriti, and every perion who hive
used it, well testify.
143 Arch Street Philadelphia.
Agents for Sunbury Ira T. Clement, J. W.
Friling, H. Mser and Geo Bright.
Agents for Northumberland Forsytbe, Wil
ton A Co , R M. M'Csy.
August 5, 1848 eow
S. J. MEG AROEE & CO.
IMPORTING AND COMMISSION
And Dealers in Paper, and Paper Manxifaetti
No. 38 Commerce St., PHILADELPHIA.
KEEP constantly on hand a large assort
ment of printing and other paper. News
papers in the country, can be supplied at. all
times, with paper of any. size and quality, at
the lowest price.
Philadelphia, June 17th, I'M 8
CD L IS S2f 5t1
T hn power to canee all iitssnsi. BORES,
ScnOKfl.OtTa humors, SKIN DISEASES.
I-OIMJ.-NUUS WOUNDS 10 discharge Ihcir pu
1 1 ill matters, and then heals them.
It is richly teimcd All-healing, for there Is sore
ly s disease ex cnal or internal, that it will not
benefit. I have osed it fir the Inst fourteen yesrs
fur ell tli-easrt of die chert, eoniUTiptioii and liver,
involving the utmost danger snd repoi,s!lnlity.
and I declare before heaven snd man. that not in
one single esse hss il fsiled to benefit when tbe pa
tient was wuhiti the rcacti of mortal means.
I have had iilivsician. learned in the profession.
I have had minister of the gospel, judges of the
bench, aw'men, lawyrrs, gentlemen ol the high
lit eru.li'ion, and multitudes of the poor use it in
every variety of way, and there has been but one
voire one m.Keieal voice sating : "M Allmtcr,
your Ointment is GOOD."
In Scrofii!, Old 8o'e, Eiysepclne. Teller Li-
ver Complaint, 8nre Eyes, tinin.v, Sote Throat,
Uroiictll is, Urokm ni Sore Uri nsl, Piles, ! t.heet
Dineasfe, ruch a A hma. Oppressions, Psio
Ala Sore 1,'ps Chapped Ham!, Tumors, Cliil-
Urn LuIsiiciius r.ruutiuns, Netvous Diseases,
and of the Sp ne, there ia no medicine now known
as go d.
SC.AI.D IIED We hive currd ease lhat
acttinlly 1'rficd ev, ry thing known, as well aa the
ability of IS or 90 doctora. One man told u he
hail spent 300nn lilt rhddien without sny bene
fit, when few boxe of Ointment rurid them.
BALDNESS It will 1 est ore the heir sooner
than sny other Ihieg.
HEADACHE I he sslve hss cured neisons
of the headache of 19 vesr-t' alsnding. snd who
bad n regular every week, so Ihst vomiting often
took place. DKArxrss, Ba Acas. aud Aert ia
ma Facx, are cured by this Ointment with like
RURNfc It U one nf the best things in the
world for Tunis. (Read ihe directions aruund ihe
H1I KUM A I ISM It removts almost imme.li-
alely the inflamalion and smiling when IheYiin
ceves. (RhuI the Direction around Ihe Box.)
1111.11 r cr. 1 . Uontumpiion, l.iver Com
1 Uint, Pain in the ch. st or side, falling off nf the
ntr, one nrihe other alwsvs acenmtiantra rol l
feet. (This Ointment i the liue nmeily.) Ilia
a sn'e sign nf disease In have eold feet.
I hT I'KH There is nothing belter for the
cure of Tetter.
PILES. Thousand ate yearlv cured b thi .
CORNS. Occasional use of Ihe Ointment will
always keep Com.s from growing. People need
never be troubled wiiq ihrm II Ihey will ue i'.
Head the following Communication, .
Ri ceived fiom an old. respee'ed sn J well known
rmtvD ol Phi adalphi. snd then judge for ynui
' Philsdelphis. 10 mn I3th, 1846.
To T. B, Peterson, Having been rcque.ied
tn give my opinion on th merits of M'ALLIS
TER'S SALVE, I am willing to enumerate some
of the benefits which I have ripeiienced in tbe use
of Ihe srliele.
In the spring of 1845, I bad sn ettsck of Ery
sipelas in my f,ice which became very painful, and
mended into one of my eyes, being attended with
lever, my distress wss grest snd I began to be fear
ful of liisig my eye.
Although not much of a believer in what ia
commonly called quark medicines, I purchased a
hog and made sa spgi lira! ion In my far. To my
au 1 prise the pain anon abated, and in a week's time
it wss ent rely cured, snd I firmly believe that il
was the sal to, under Providence lhat euied me.
From that time to th present, I hae used the
article as ocess'on required, snd in every esse where
I have D'ed it, I have found a decided benefit.
At one lime, on going lo bed at night, my throat
wassosoreihit I swallowed with difficulty, but
by an application of lbs salve I waa relieved l-efore
I hav nsod it in ease nf burns, bruises sprains,
snd flesh cute, s! with tha happiest effects, and
one ease of rfisoning by a wild vine in the woods,
h s In en dried up and cured by a few acpliealiunt,
Frum my own eipeiienre, I would strongly re
roinnsnd it to all, aa a cheap, convenient, family
I h ive become an partial tn it, that I expect to
keep it cn tantly in my family.
Though not sml ilious to appear in print, yet I
cannot r.fue to have this commuiiira'lon mad
public if judged best lo serve iheeiuse of humani
ty. Respectfully 'hine,
- - . .. rr r No) ,g) OU yor, owL
CAUTION. N Ointment will b genuine
uidis ihspanvaof James U'Allislsr, or James
M' A Dialer tV Co., ar written with a pen on eve.
if lalsr1: : Oix JAMES C A LUSTER.
Sol pmpiirtar ef the medicine.
, t&rRICE. 9S CENTS PER B0X.3t
Asr.stsi J. W. FRII.INO. Sunbury,
. FOCSfTH. WILSON V Co, :"'
Dr WM. M BICKLEY, Danville,
J. II. CHOUSE. Selmsgrove,
P. C. RHr Lt.ER. Lewishurg,
WM. F. NAUI.E. Miltoa, .
JOHN 8IIAHPI.EHS, Cattawisss.
fcb. I9lh, 1848. tow ly
H A Iff K MOT B i t IT.
The following list show the torrent valoe of all
rNmnsylvania Bank Notes. Tha most implicit re
liance may be pieced upon it, aa It la ttery meek
sarerully compared with and Corrscted front Bick
oslTs Reporter. ',''
, , : Banna In Philadelphia.
NWB( 1 LaeaviMr.
1 ; NOTES AT PAR. 1
Bank of Notth America ' . , , ,
Bank of the Northern LlSertle . ,'
Comtnerrisl Bsnk of Penn'a. .
Fsrmers and Mechanics' Bank ' V
i ., VT
Kensington Bsnk , ,
Phltsdelphie Bsnk ' '.
Schuylkill Bank '. '
Soathwark Bank ' ' ' " ' ,
Western Bsnk ,
Meclisnrcs' Dank ' .
Hanufaetnrer' A Mechanics' Bank '
flank of Penn Township . .
Rank of Commerce, late Moyamensing
Bank of Pennsvlvania . .
Bank nf Chester County"
Bank nf Delaware County
Bank of Oermantown
Bank of Montgomery Co.
Ferment' Dank of Bucks co Brietol
Bnnk of Northnmhetlnnd Northumberland par
Columbia Bank & Hrlilge co.'Columbia par
Farmers' Bank of Lancaster Lsncaslei psr
Lancaster County Bunk Lancaster par
Lancaster Hank Lancaster pat
Farmers' Bsnk of Reading Reading par
tirtice ol Uank ol I'etin a.
Office do do
Office do . do
Office do do
Lancaster ( offices
Reading jdo not
Eastnn J issue n.
NOTE8 AT DISCOUNT.
tank of tho United Statot Philadelphia
minera Uank ot rolteville"
Bank nf Lewistown
Bank of Middlotowti
Do do branch of
Merchants' 4 Manuf. Bank'
Hank nf Pittsburg
West Branch B.mk
Berks Ci-untv Uank
Office of Bsnk of U. 8.
Do do do
Do do do
Bank of Chsmhershurg
Bank of Gettysburg
Bank of Suquehanna Co,
Farmers' rV Drovers' Bank
Moi ongalirli Uank ofB.
Browns r i lie
N. It. The nolea of those banks on which we
omit quotations, and substitute a dash ( ) are not
purchased hy the Philadelphia brokers, with the
exception of those which base a letter of reference.
BROKEN II A N K 8.
Philadelphia Sav. In. Philadelphia
Philadelphia Loan Co. .do
3chuvlkill Sav. Ins. do
Kensington Sav. Ins, A do
Pcnn Township Sav. Ins. do
Manual Labor Bank (T. V Dyott, prop.)
Powanda Bank ' Towanda
Alleghany Bank of Pa.
Bank of Beaver
Bank of Swatara
Bank of Washington
Farmers' dt Mech'ra' Dank
Farmers' &. Meeh'cs' Bank
Fanners' & Meeh'cs' Bank
Northern liank uf Pa.
New Hope Del. Uridge Co,
N'orthumh'd. Union Col. Hk.
North Western Bank of Pa.
Office of Schuylkill Bank
Pa. Agr. 61 M muf. Uank
Silver Lake Dank
Union Bank of Penn'a.
Wilkesharre Bridge Co,
Pitt kbit 1 g
Huntingdon no sale
LcwUtown no aale
(XJ- All notes purKrhng to be on any Pennsyl.
vania Bank not given in the above list, may be set
(own as frsuds.
Bank of New Btunawick Brunawick
Belvtdeie Dank Belvidere
Burlington Co. Bank Medford
Sommereial Bank Perth Amlmy
Uumherland Bsnlt Bridgeton
Parmera' Benk Mount Holly
Tarmera' and Mechanics' Bk Rshwey
Fsrmers' snd Mechenics'Bk N. Uionswick
Farmer' and Merchants' Bk Middletown Pt.
Franklin Bank of N. J. Jersey City
Hotmketi Ukg & Giaxing Co Hoboken
lersey City Bank Jersey City
Mechanics' Bank Patterson
Manufacture rs' Bank Belleville
Morris County Bank Morristown
Monmouth Bk of N.J. Freehold
Mechanics' Bank Newark
Mechanic' anil Manuf. Bk Trenton
Morri Canal and Ukg Co Jersey City
Newsrk Bkg & Lis Co Newark
New Hope Del Bridge Co LamberUville
N. J. Manufac. and Ukg Co Hoboken
N J Proicelon dt Lombard bk Jersey City
Orange Dank Orange
I'aiorson Bank Peterson
Peoples' Bsnk do
Piimelon Bank - Princeton
Salem Banking Co Salem
State Bsnk Newark
State Bank Eliiahethtown
Btate Bank Camden.
9tate Bank of Morris Morristown
State Bank Trenton
Salem and Philad Manuf Co Salem
Suasex Bank Newtou
Trenton Banking Co Trentoo
Uoiun Bank Dever
Washington Banking Co. Hackenssck
Bk of Wilm V Brsndywina Wilmington
Bank of Delaware Wilmington
Bank of Smyrna Smyrna
Do branch Milford
Farmer' Bk of Stale of Del Dover
Do branch Wilmington
Do branch . Georgetown
Do branch Newcastle
Union Bsnk . Wilmington
try Under 6'
CO" Oo sll hanks marked thus f") there are ei
I her counterfeit or altered nule of the various ds
MHninsiions, in circulation,
A Tuousaso DoLttas Sstsb I
ASIXDV & ROOAP,
Ilat and Cap Manufacturers,
Soulk Eatl Corner of ilk and Market Street,
HAVE ei ntatil y on hsnd a 'ull end complete
sssorim.nl of HATS, GAPS, snd FURS.
Als.isn elegant assortment of Bient' soJ boys'
Leghorn, Panams, and Palm-leaf Hata. All of
which hy a raving of $1000 ia rent, will he sold,
whole'eft and retail, at the very lowest price.
Couniry dealer would do Wall to call, as by e.
eooomy and low lent, wo are enabled 10 sell et
eery low rates.
June lOih, IsUt. ly '
No. 40, :
SoiTat Fovarn BTaerr, Atova Cnasrrgrr.
Jan. Jvih, l1s-
U3 sir ca Q .ti
HI9 Medicine It warranted, on oath, not to
contain particle ef Calomel. Correal Pints.
lira ate, Arsenic, Chloride of Geld, or any tMete
roo minerals. ; ,7 V, - .,, 1
-. .The principle upon which this Medicine acts, it
by assisting snd btrmonWIng with nttursi h
drive out pit foal eorimoniooe humore from the
blood and body, and by assimileting with end
strengthening the gastric Juice of the stomach, h
assists digestion t in short there is not e vein, arte.
ry, muscle of nerve in the human body, that hi
oot etrengthened by the PANACEA, end it alsr
possesses the remarkable property of removing
mercury from tbe bones ami Joints. ( , . ,
' FOR ERUPTIONS OF THB SKIN.
Scurvy. Scorhuiic Affections, Tumors, Scrofula or
Rings' Evi , White Swellings, Erysipelas, Ulcere,
Cancers, Running Sores, Scabs and Bile, lime
end e determined persevertnee in D . SWEET
SERB PANACEA, will effect e core.
Rejection nf food, Nausea, Vomitings, Nervous af-
trctiona. Billion complaints, Head aebe, Paleneas,
or Female Irregulariiies, Dr. 8WEETSEIC8 PA
NACEA will soon effect a cure t but if obstinate.
or attended with griping, flvtng peine, the dose
snnutii be trercasen, and the cure will aoon be ef
fected. Let not the patients frighten themselves
wnn ine idea that Ihey are ton weak to lake much
medicine; but bear in mind lhat thia miidlv opera
ting med cine put not wrskness into the frame, but
most certainly draw weaknrai out, leavea alrengih
in It place, and toy giving composed aleen at n eht
and an appetite to relish any fond, ronnlms'e the
whole frame wi h vigorous action, clearing the
mind and improving ine eight.
8CROFULA AND GLANDULAR AFFEC
Scrofula is eaid to be heridilary, the infant re
cetviug trom 11 parents tha seeds of this disease,
which increases with ita years, if neglected and
not submitted to frequent purification with D
8WEET8ER'8 PANACEA. The glanJa are pi.
red in the corner of the body, and out of the war
uf direct communication t their real use ia a subject
on which much difference of opinion prevails; it
suffice us to know that when in a diaeaaed elate,
they are capable of being purified and cleansed hy
a long course of Dr. SWKETSER'S PAN A
bb., which resinrea lliem lo anund and pinper
action. 8croful. u persons rsn never psv loo much
sltrntinn to their blood, its purification should be
thrtr fir! thought, for after a long course of perse
vrranre, tiny will ever curt neroditiry disease.
In eases of JACND1CE. ASTHMA. LIVEN
COMPLAINTS, TIC DOLOREUX RHEU
MATISM OR RHEUMATIC GOUT, Dr,
SWEETSER'S PANACEA cannot betoohigh
ly extolled it sea chrs nut the very root of th
disease, .ml by removing it from the Blood mokes
s ctireet 1 tain snd perminent.
For dieie of ihe Rlad.hr and Kidneys, Stric
irrs. Gravel Mune. Piles, Fitlula. Urinnri Ob
timet mnt and r.xireme 1 muteness Dr. SWEET
SEI! S PAN OB A is the best remedy ever tre.l
it n troves all ihOM- ocrimoujou iiumo s from th
Blood which give r'so lo the shove disease, an
by keep. rig the blood in a puie condition, imturi a
For DROPSY, FALLING ovtits BOWELS.
Impnr.ties of the Blond. Mereurial Tuint, Wrale
nest of the Spine Flam of Wood lathe Henri Gid
diness, Singing and Buzzing Noise in the Head
and Eurs. Dr. VEETSEH'S PANACEA will
give rert.iin relief; in sll severe and chronic case.,
Ihe patients cannot be too often reminded that lar.
err doses and perseverance will effect a cure.
Li Chills and Fevers. B linus Fivers. Affrelions
nf Ihe Eyes cud Ears, Spongy and Bleeding
Gums Brnnehitis and recent Covghs and Cnldt,
Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA will be found
perfectly sure and certain in ita effects.
GRAVEL AND URINARY COMPLAINT S.
7'hore enmp'ain't are generally attended wi h
Ihe moat futal ronsrquences, snd are seldom or ne.
vcr rured by the present mode of treatment ( Ihey
tif 11 il'y arroinpany the patient to tho grave, after
ruffrring the most excruciating pain and torture.
The rnusf of ihi se e nnplaitra are the aims all
thrrs the d'OM ut the blood beconi' a cncrus'e.1 on
the fiii'St norrow parang's, whence iri morbid
se'tct oi e and rtoppagit or u-ine. You will find
the most powerful diuretics of no use, ts thoy only
increase the qu unity nf urine and do not puiify
ml strength n th p.rt-. IW pnrifving the Mn.-d
with Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA, ou re
move the cause ol the ilire ite, conwquent'y it can
not exist any longer, a fur sufficient peiseveranre
in it use baa deprived the blood and body of all
acrimonious humora and incrustation.
DISEASES or tb LUNGS-CONSUMPTION.
Thi is a very prevalent snd fatal diaea-e ; il rr
nil' n,ot1y from neglected coughs, cold snd bron
chitis, slso from imptoper Irrstmeni in many oilier
cases, ruch aa meaalee, fever, inflammation and
mall pox, and host of other bedly treated diaesses;
where tbe esuse, instead of having been thoroughly
removed from the blood and hotly, have only been
palliated or removed from one put to break out in
another. By divrtiing your bodies of sll foul hu
mor, through the medium of Dr. SWEETSER'S
PANACEA, ihe cure ia st once rendered certain
and permanent. R. collect, white there it ecrirao
tiious humora floating in tbe circulation, it i as sot
to settle on Ihe lungs a any other part of the body ;
this 11 the reason lb.it consumption is so prevalent.
BILES. SORES AND ULCERS.
Wbi -h you see on the exterior, come from and
have their aourre in, the inleiior, and might just as
well have fettled on ynui lung., liver, or any other
psit; which we know they frequently do, and pro
due most violent inflaniinatoiy disorder. The
humor which occasion these sorrs is of a highly
acrimnnions burning nature. We know it from
the pain it give in forming, snd afterwards it ra
pidly ulcerating end eorrding ibe flesh and skin
of ihe part where it break out Thia shows the
necessity of frequently putifying the Mood with Dr.
8WEET6EII S PANACEA, end keeping such
malignant humora in subjection. Should you bsve
e bile or ulcer, be thankful that nature baa taken
rouble to warn you of the dangei your life and bo
ily ia in, for it ia a warning that the blood ia foul.
Had this same serimony selre'ed the lungs instead
uf Ihe aurface of your body for ita aeat, consump
tion of the lungs wou'd hsvn been the'eonsequence
D ley not then, to purify and cleanae with Dr.
Spinal affections, rnlargemsnt of Ihe bone and
joint, while swellings, hip joint complaint, rup
uie. falling of ihe bowels and wom'i disease, will
find a epeedy our io Dr. SfVEETsER'S PA
NACEA. Where Ihe disease has been of long
standing, the time required lo make a cure will lie
longer ; but tbe patient may rest assured that a
determined perseverance will effect it.
BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA ab DISEASE OF
Theae disease proceed from ibe eeriosity or
corrupt li amor of tbe blood, having tv-t'led itself on
the throat snd lungs, snd stopped them up, to that
they cannot draw aulfiuienl air in foi rrspirslion.
Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA will give imrae
diat relief, and to make the cure perfect and car
lain, it should be continued tome lime iftvi , to
free Ihe ryttetu of all bad humor.
RHEUMATISM, RHEUM ATIO GOUT AND
Find a taf and speedy euro in Dr. SWEET
SER'S PA NA CEA. It cures by searching every
blood ve-el and artery, and driving out all impu
rities and foul humor sccumu'aled therein, which
a Ihe esuse ,,f rheumatism, gout and ewsllinga ot
Ihs Joint. Th deleterous effects of cslomel and
other miners! poisons, readily yield lo ils sovereign
influence 1 indeed, when its vslnsble properties he
com fully known, Ihe use of sll miner! poison will
be consigned lo 'the tomb of ell the Cspulets,' and
oly be thought of ss a by-gone custom of the dsr
ker ages. Dr. Hweetter'e Panacea ia also a sure
euro (or dyapep!, pile, costivetiess, vertigo,' brad
ch, pain in the breast and liver complaint
FEVER AND AGUE.
rver it alwsye cauaed by a diaoidoily move
ment of ibe blood, struggling t fiee llaelf af earn.
thing thai cucumbers il in fact, every kind of fs
ver is nothing mora than a struggle between Ihe
btocd and corrupt humors, and as soon sa the cor
runt tan n rtWIesT, yoTdfcsTvf r trsnr rver
When i feftefit with1 Aver tttbrritaVb Med, of
have bis blood poisoned with BMnrury, It wsskemf
hi ftait W et eh 1 degree that if he eorvivot thtr
process, it alw att leaves him subject to dittreesingT
cntna, wnen lime out or iv ne retorts 10 egaw
pill powder, or tonic mlgtarea; (hit to frsMf) frosja
bad to worse, ss these vegetable pltlt, powder. Ve,
sm notntng nut mercury ana quinine m uiegui,-
wntcn may tor a time drive tne tffsesss so rr inio
th body not to be perteptnito, af VeTt ebon Ir
wih orssk put agia with fearful vfrAawtee. T tare '
sgue eno lever, the eeuee of tho disease must bo iff'
m to bioo-j snd body, which een be
"""t di' by Mho, r; SVtCBTSltRS lA.
NACB A, which iwriftw.elesnees and strtttgthsait.
It eonta in nothing that ssn possibly injaro, audit'
use is always a aafeguard again! chills snd iavere
' I .:i .. T, : PILES.
In att Cash nf Pitas. Dr. BWr p-rax-n'ss-
PANACEA will effect a very eptxty etTrtl ft ,aw
moves front the blood, ttomtch end bowett kf
those foal acrid burning humors, which are' the
esuse of Piles and Co:iene, and by strengthen'
ing the digrsiive organ, improves every part f lb
FLATULENCV AND WIND.
These diseases are eaued h the ainma.l. .-a
bowels being cboked up with viscid slimy nutter,'
tbe sir which enter them csnnot escape aniil forced'
by some contraction of the etomacb to egpel il
hence the cause of pain. A few dose of Dr
SWEETSER'S PANACEA will convince th'
eufferer that relief ie attained. , . , , ,
GREAT MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN
Parent will find ihe PA NACEA e valuable
medicine fr their children, keeping their bodies in
s healihy e minion, tbtreby assisting their growth;
children or. grown peiaone, after taking if, ere not
liable to be attacked with sn epidemic aa before aa
It always leave, the blood in a pure condition, and
tbe 1 ntire tyaiem in a etrengthened atate ; It drive
"n1.. .kdow83kn, trom Mr
all best by within. .,
,e .r. MARRIED LADIES " "T
Will find Dr. 8WE TVER'S PANACEA i roi.
c ne purely ad .pied to their use. Mot Itdie. do
ring the period of prcgnsney ire afflicted with pile.
Dr Sweetjer Psn.ces. b, regulating ,h. bowels,
will entirely obviaie this, and ita purifying proper
liea on ihe blood tnd fluids, insuree to therii heal
thy off pring. No one who ia a mother ehould be
without it, and ihosa who are nursing will find it
of g.e.tbrn. fit to the health or their inf.nt.
For barrenness and all disease, of the womb, it
is with 01 e rival in theenire histoty and dialogue
nf medicines ; by ils extraordinary .trenglhening
power, it stimulates and strengthen the won-'
weakness of which is the cause of faib
offspring. NEKVOUS DISE
Under this head may be cle
the Heart. T e Dolnreaux'nr '
Ind gee i in, Toothache, Mela
in fad, every disea-o cnusei
scriinoninus hilnnra irri'
nerve tece ive the morbid
maeli, or raiher from the
1 f the t'omirh an 1 ilign t.
t.t'.er part of the bo ly art.
ihe disi sse, still it i cause(:
-i mi conveyed from the blooi
pa t A I w doses of Dr. c
NACEA ii soon assure tht
he cure in hia po;ac.-s;Qi.
ERYSIPELAS, om ST. ANTI.
' Thia is an ii:f.tinmatory dho der,
rd with m r- or l.ss pain. It proceeue .
foul, ccinooninu. humor. Imlged ,ne blood and
fiu ds se'tli g . n the I m'i ond face, causing ei
tremc p in and Ttvcrsj all spplicatiooa on thesor
r e aie w.-re than useless, as they only tend to
tlirow f e dises-e in some other part, and perhaps
ran.- dcith. Bleeding ia likewise imuroper. To
cu.e Ihe di case you mu-t gel rid of the esqee, on
cu.e 11, e urease you mu-t gel rid of the ea
ly manage t . get ihe foul humors out of yn
ai d vou will be well in e day. Dr 8
SKirS PAN ACEA, a ihorough puriflr
fltlS-it.is oB L
t I a ... , " " p'M'l 111 U9
blood, .til .rrh out every impurity in the more
.....r y um mi nouy and exp. jt through tbe
m ilium of the bone's. There is not . .!., ....
ry. mnec e or organ of the entire framewn.V r
. !.., 10- . 7
k.i. oi.tn.ru rumcea docs nol im
lake it wh. n you are well is td keep
inn niicii sick t o b. com. .Ml
DR &WF.ET8ERS PANACEA, hein.corrw
p.- d only ot a vegetable matter, or medic.. n.,b.
nd w atrantcd. on 01th, ss conlainlrg not one par
cl.t of mercurial, mineral, or rhi,;.t
I'l-.d I., he t erfectly harmless to the mo! tender
age, or he enke,t frame, tinJcr any suga 0r hu
man ruffe ing; the most pleas.nt and benign in its
o er .tion that a ever off. red tn the world ; end
at the same lime ihe most certain in searching out
he root of any compls'n', however deep, and of
perfcrrlt ng s e r. .
Price f I r bottle, or six bottles for f 5. For
sale, wholesale and retail, al the corner aa
CHARLES u.d PRATT Streets. BaliinTeTand
"7 UEUKUE BRIGHT.
IS47. .y Sunbury.
ENI. VIDI. VICL Dr. ALLEN'S VEGE
TABLE COMPOUND, for tha u. U
8PEPSIA. LIVER COMPLAINT. NER.
VOLS DEBILITY. BILIOUS AFFECTIONS,
dec This Medicine is offered to the public under
the stsursi.ee that there ie no article in existence
having stroncer claims to their eonsideiatinn. Be
ing compounded hy a regular Graduate of Jefler
son College, Philadi Iph a. end e practising pbyst
eijn of tnenty year' aiandir; in Philadelphia, his
long exp- riencc l a confirmed him in the opinion
ib.it e compound medicine waa required to prevent
and remedy the debilitation pr duccd by residing
in low, miamalie climates, snd lo counlrraet Ibe
pro trating influrnece of many nervous disorder
with which the human family ere sfflictej.
DR. ALLEN is a well known phjaicisn, and
h. if feA the abve medicine in hi prsctice for
yesrs with the most astonishing effect, having tee
ted it qualities in above '
FIVE THOUSAND CA8ES,
No medicine rver lee.ived more flattering r.
commendations from phy.icians of eminent stand
ing than hss b. en bostowed on this.
DYSPEPSIA t)R INDIGESTION AND
ITS CONSEQUENCES. An eminent Frofe.
sor .ysi "It chiefly arises in persona who lead
either s very sedenlsry or irregulsr life. Although
not regsrded ss a faUl discs ; yel if neglected or
impiopeily tieared, may bring on incurable Me.
Isocholy, Jaundice, Madueat, or Vetllgat , Foley
and Apopleiy. A gr.at tingultrity attendant, on
il fs, that it may and often doee continue a great
length ef time without any remission of the eymp.
tome. ' .-, 1. - !. ... , ., ,
CAUSE. Grief and uneatinese of mini, in
lente nudy, profuse evacuations, excess in venery,.
rxeertive use of spirituous liquors, let, tobacco, o
pium, and otber narcotics, immotUrsle repletion,
over distention of the stomach, a deficiency of Ihe
secretion of ihe bile or gtstric juice, exposure lo
1 old and damp sir, are the chief causes ef this die
ejte. . , ...
B YM PTOM8, Loss of sppelile, nauset, setrt
hutn, sci.liiy. and fostid erucUiions, gnswing of.
ihe stomsch hen empty, uneasiness in ihs throaC
pal l in tho ti.le, eoativewesa, chillne, l.nguee,.
lownes uf spirits, pilpitalions, end - disturbed
J??bTzr:-DR- allen's rece.
TABLE COMPOUND hss never fsiled in eBoe.
ding immediate leiief, uj , rlc, cu,e tor thia
ffj" Tb' Medicine can b bad of II, B Master,
Sunbury; J. C. M.itin. Pottville, Medlar at
Bickel, Orwigahurg t and of Druggists gener ally. '
ALLEN dr. WARD, i-topriclura.
Philadelphia, Nov. 37, 1 84 7. re, ly
Time and Distance Saved t ' '
SUNBUHV TERR7. M
THE subscriber having lessed tb Sunbury
Ferry, beg leave to inform the public, that
they are prepared to convey Teama, Pleasure
Carriages and Foot passeagert across tha giver
with aaf.ty and without delay, They bare pr
vided themselves with new and com mod tout
ersftt, which will always be attended with able'
and careful bands. ...t u,.t
Ptraont travelling to and from and through,
SunburvtoNew Berlin. Lewitburg. Htrtleloa,
and other placet, will find it greatly to their ad
ventage lo cross al this Ferry instead of toes
Bridget, at Ibev would tave from two to foar
miles ia distance. JOHN SPKF.CE. .
Sunbury, Apul I, ISIS .