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SUNBURY AMElllCAN AND SHAM OKL JOURNAL.
Fo tnm Atmct!.
Mutt th links of friendship Vffdd be !
And Ihoe we loveil, rcitinin,
Distent, and cold the north wind'i blast,
That sweeps o'er the froien plain.
In the rude north, there are many joys,
That would tempt us to linger here,
Whilst, where perpetual spring doth smile,
They know not our christmas cheer.
Can it be, that angry passions are wrought
By ruJs winter's boisterous mirth
And the founts oflovs and friendship sealed
By the dreary frosts of the north ;
' Then hasten spring, with thy bustling train,
Decked in thy gay attire,
And dissipate the gloom that hangs
Around thy aged Sire.
Sunbury Jan. 1 7th, 1 849. N. R.
sjssjBasssassssssssjji ssasasssst as
A Paris correspondent of the Courier gives
the following as the personal npearnnce of
' Louis Napoleon, the new President of Fiance :
Some five feet eight inches in height.
Brown hair and heavy moustache.
Some forty odd years of various expert
ence. A strong German accent.
A little literary pretension.
A gentlemanly manner, and a creditable
taste in dress.
Mr. Hawk, editor of the Cosmopolite, has
been lined $3, for chopping wood in unsea
sonable hours in his printing-office, by the
recorder of St. Louis.
Foa California. The number of passen
gers who have already sailed, or are on the
point of sailing from Boston to California, is
three hundred and seventy. The Boston
Journal says there are now between and
twenty and thirty vessels at Boston fur Cali
fornia, most of which will carry out a greater
or less number of passengers Two hundred
and ninety-two passengers left New York on
Saturday in two ships, and some fifty more
are ready to follow. Two hundred left Balti
more last week Throughout the West par.
ties are forming to go to the gold land ; so
that California will soon have a numerous
population, who will build up flouring towns
upon the Pacific, and expedite the period
when the East India and China trade will
take this course.
Three full-blooded gents approached a Lon
don stable, fur the hire of a horse and gig, to
take them to Brighton and back in one day.
'What!;' exclaimed the groom, "you surely
would not drive a poor beast a hundred miles
in a day 1" ''Vy not?" said one of their,
"we've all got vips!"
Two editors in Rochester are engaged in a
personal controversy, the temper of which
may be inferred from the names by which
each style the other: Iscariot Butts and Hye
na G. Warren.
JH J It It I K It ,
In Kelly township, Utrinn county, on tho 2d
ins!., by the Kpv. l b. Alnrr, Mr. William
P. Doucal, of Millon, to Miss Sarah, daugh
ter of Mr. Thomas Cliiiyan, of that township.
On Thursday the 4th inst., by Rev. John
P. Hudson, Mr. James Wilson, to Miss El
len Tcnebhook, both of Delaware tow nship.
On the 28th ult., bv Rev. Mi. WeincuD.
Mr. M. J. Apr-', to Miss Harriet, daughter of
ueo. a. snyuer, tsq., all ot elinsgrove.
On the 4th inst., by Rev. J. H. Grier, Rob
CRT M Russel, Eq , of Lewis township,
Northumberland Co., to Miss Hester G.,
daughter of J. H. McKinney, Esq., of Pine
Creek township, Clinton county.
d i : d ,
In Milton, on Monday last, Mrs. ELIZ
BETH, wife of Mr. Jacob Bastian, aged 55
In Milton, on Tuesday last, JOHN, son of
jnr. jepina Allien, aged iz years.
In Turbut township, on Saturday the 6th
inst., Mr. JOHN MARR, aged about 36 yrs.
In Penna township, Up ion county, on the
22d ult., Mrs. NANCY, consort of Cupt. Jacob
1 1 Ma
nummei, ageu 1 i years.
Tcesdat, Jan. 16, 1849.
Wheat Red is worth 110 a 111 cents;
white is held at 113 a 115c.
Rte Pennsylvania is worth 68c.
Corn New Penna. yellow is held at 6lc,
white 58c, weight.
Oats Southern is held at about 30 a 33c.
Whiskey. Sales in hhds at 23c and in
bbls at 24 cents.
PRICE C UK RENT.
Corrected weekly by Henry Master .
Wheat. .... .00
Ria. . . . ' 56
Coax. .... so
Oats. .... 37
BcTTta. . . . I6
Easts. . . is
Poaa. .... 5
Flaisiid. .' . . . 125
Tallow. . . .10
Binwti, . ... jj
Flax. . . . .8
Hscklid f lax. ... jo
Dana ArrLts. . . . . 75
Do. Piacmks. ... soo
HT HE public are hereby notified that I have pur-
chatted at Countable s sale on the 11 111 of
January inst, tbe following articles, sold as the
property of Abraham Sarvis, which I have left
with tbe said Sarvis until I shall ace proper to re
SO bushel Corn
more or lets, at
43 cts. per bush. $6,60
14 bushel Oats 3,48
8 acres of Wheat
in the ground at
$2,50 per acre 0,00
iO acres of Kye
and Wheat 34,12)
1 set of Black
smiths Tools 10,00
1 set of Harness
1 Log Chain
1 Grubbing Hoe
REUBEN PEG ELY.
Sunbury Jan. 20, 1849 at.
AS IRON of all kinds for sale tow, at tha
tore of C. . BOGAK.
fcuubury Jan. 20th, 1M9 If.
PLA8TEK, a lot for sale by
G & BOO AH.
Sunbury Jan. 20th, 1849. tf.
iVKUP MOLASSES Superior refined Syrup
5 Molasses for sale by HENRY M ASwKR.
Hunbiiry, Dec f, IMS.
SELLING OFF !! !
- Itnrgftlns to be had!
HPHE subscriber having purchased tho stock of
GOODS, formcrlv owned bv John Borrnr. in
tends selling them off nt City prices and under, for
cs.sn or country produce, t'ersons in want 01
Goods will do well to give him a call, as he is de
termined to sell.
Sunbury, Jan'y 13,1849.-tf .
LMANACS! ALMANAC! ALMANACS I
DOCTOR D. JAYNE would respectfully in
form the public that he publishes annually for gra
tuitous distribution, by himself and alt his Agents,
an Almanac, called
Jnyiic's Medical Almanac,
AND GUIDE TO HEALTH.
The calculations for this Almanac arc made
with great care accuracy and for five different La
titudes nnd Longitudes, so as to moke them equal
ly useful as a Calendar in every part of the United
Stntrs and British North America. They are
printed on good paper, and with handsome new
type, and are neatly bound, and besides being the
neatest and most accurate Calendar printed in the
United States, they contain a large amount of val
uation information, suited tn the wants of all, and
of that kind too, which cannot lie found in books.
HIS CATALOGUE OF DISEASE, with re
marks and directions for their removal is really
invaluable, and mako them welcome visiters in
every house they enter- Every family should
possess at least one of these Annuals, His Alma
nacs for 1849 is now readv for distribution, of which
he designs to publish at "least TWO MILLIONS,
and in order that thov every family in the United
States and British America, may be furnished
with a copy, he hereby invites
MERCHANTS ASD STOREKEEPERS
to forward their orders to him as earlv as possible,
and they shall be supplied GR ATL'lf OI LY with
as many copies as tlicy may deem necessary to
supply their various customers. They are also in
vited at the same time, to send a copy of their
"BUSINESS CARD," which will be printed and
placed on the cover of the Almanacs sent them,
also without charge.
They are also requested to give all necessary
directions how the Almanacs should be forwarded
to them. By law they cannot lie sent by mail un
less the postage is first paid on them here.
Orders, (post paid.) directed lo DR. D. JAYNE,
Philadelphia, will meet with pompt attention.
V FAMILIES can obtain these Almanacs
Gratis of WM. H. THOMPSON, Sunbury.
Agent for the sale of Dr. Jayuc's Celebrated
Sunbury, January 13, 1848 3t
EOHr.E A1TD CATTLE
Why will you suffer your Horse to die, tehen
he may be of times cured for a triflef
A new era in Veterinary Science is about com
mencing ; this is needed, for it is a most lamenta
ble fact, that the science of Vctcrinory Surgery
scarcely has existence in this country, while in
Europe there is a greater improvement in the
knowledge and practice of the art, than has ever
taken place inhuman medicine.
The undersigned has spent much time in the
study of this I ranch of science in "London and
Edinboro'," and has witnessed the practice of sev
eral eminent men in the treatment of diseases of
Horses and Cattle. He also availed himself of the
of the researches of Liebig, and other celebrated
men, who have contributed so much towards a ju
dicious and enlightened treatment of the Horse.
The object is, to treat the disease of Cattle on the
same fundamental principles that guide the practi
tioner in human medicine, and to make use of
those therapeutical agents only, that when given
in small quantities, are capable of exciting
and increasing . the natural functions, with
out diminishing or destroying their power. The
undersigned will devote himself to the manufac
ture of the following articles, yet every Medicine
used in regular practice may be obtuined at short
notice. Pamphlets, describing the different di
seases, may be had gratis.
G. H. DADD, M: D.
A List of Hone and Cattle Medicines.
Physic Balls Tonic Pow-
Healing Balsam, for
saddle galls, wounds
Ointment, for mange,
scratches and old
Embrocation, for sore
throat, catarrh, stran
gles, and common
Hoof Ointment, for
sank crack, brittle it
Powders, for heaves.
Diuretic, or Urine Pow
ders, Cordial, or Colic drink,
Chlorine Solution, for
Ointment, for promiting
the growth ofhair,
Wash, for inflamed eyes,
Sohlbv GHEF.1V Av PI.EWHPB K MC.il.
SIXTH 8treet, Philadelphia, and by his
Aoixt Henry Masser, Sunbury,
January 13, 1848.
11 ILL be sold on the premises, on THURS-
' DAY the first day of FEBRUARY next,
It KICK HOUSE
and tenements together with the lots attached
thereto belonging to the estate of Catharine Ross,,
dee'd., in the Borough of Northumberland. Sale
to commence at 10 o'clock of said day at which
time terms will be made known by
JAMES TAGGART, ) ,,
JOSEPH R. PRIESTLY. txee tr"-
INortliumberUml, Jan ry 6, 1649.
f pilE subscribers assignees' of Dengler, Haas,
I A Co., will expose to sale by public vendue,
on Thursday the 8th day of February, 1849, on
THE Cn.iRC0.tL ri'BXACE,
known as tbe P.tiv.h F .......... .:... c.-t.
. . .....a l , .ItUDLG VII DUB-
mokin Creek shout 1 1 n,;u. ua. r a. i 1
- LKn. ... uui.uui y aim
within one fourth of a mile of the Danville & Potts-
vine nan iioau, together with coal house, two
dwelling houses, saw-mill and other improvements,
and with all the necessary implements, necessary
to work said Furnace. There are also, cut and in
rank, two thousand cords of Wood, which will be
sold at the same time. The location is a fine one,
and the country is well urrnmi.t.l uoib ....!
Tbe Furnace is built on a perpetual lease at a
rent of ner Annum fnr iKnu u rvnM . -i
i ...... .... him. jmii.iiuiii aiin
next, after, which time, the rent may be raised to
$400. ncr annum. Tbe Fi imaA u.ill I.a L-ai.t
blast until the middle of Jan'y next Any persons
"'"""j u uie same call uo so l.y calling on
the premises. For further uartienliriii,lv m ih.
subscriber. W. & R. FEGELY.
Sunbury, Nov. 25, 1848.
rv Tbe i'i,ii...i. i.,i,iu n,,ii...i u. : .i
Keystone, will please publish the above, once a
w,-k till ..tu bi.,1 .-An. I tiln; i.;na ... av.
I W..U m..,u HILII Will W Ulll UIIM.C
OA PS. An assortment just received. Also,
silk HATS at 25, for sale by
Sunbury, Dee. 2, 1848.
TJLANK BOOKS An assortment of Blank
Books, just received and sale by
, , H. MASSER.
Sunbury, Dec, 8, 1848.
A XES of a very superior quality for sale by.
1 , H. MASSER.
Sunbury, Dec 2, 1848.
OAISINS currants, citron, cheese, pepper
I T' If" or0:ofle h l- W- FRILING.
Sunbury, Dec 2, 1844.
PLASTER, Salt and PUh, 1 c,ived ,,, for
.y, J w.rmuNo.
AN fJlMYERSAI HISTORY.
FROM THE INFANCY OF MANKIND TO
THE PRESENT TIME. By G. C. Hrsai
I L D. Now ready, 1st volumc.bound in cloth.
Price 1 75 and to be continued in monthly
parts, until finished, five numlwrs forming a vol
ume, 85 cts. per number.
The author of this work seems to havo had in
constant view the celebrated treatise of Lucian
"How a History ought to Iks written." . Truth In
its sevority, and reason in its manly state, are the
chief Muses and Graces to which he has done obe
dience. What a diflcrciil view has been opened to
us of the state of nations of by-gone ages, from that
which has been presented to'iis by other historians.
No wonder that the numlicr already issued, have
met with a large sale, and been hailed by frequent
laudatory notices of the press, of which a few a
bridged extracts here are subjoined.
F rom the Democratic Review.
This beautiful octavo the first volume of Dr.
Hcbbc's Universal History forms the initial vol
ume of a uew and greatly improved work, devoted
to the history of the Universe, based not merely
upon the usually received data of former historians
but derived from the best authorities, attested by
revelations of m odcrn discovery. Tho recent re
searches in areha'ology by Chevalier Bunscn, and
other learned investigators, among ancient monu
mental records, have so entirely change the asjiect
of primitive times and revealed so many iinjKii taut
new data, that the wonder has been not that such
a work as the present should make its appearance
but rather that the task should not have been le
fore attempted in Europe. From a somewhat
careful examination of this volume, however we
find no cause to regret thut the theme should have
leen reserved for the judicious snd laborious press
of Dr. Hcbbc. To such as cannot command the
leisure for a more systematic course of study, this
work proves eminently important and valuable,
since, when completed ! it will form a compendous
libcrary of universal history, the most accurate
and complete extent, and written up to the spirit
of the age.
From the New York Tribune, Sept. 23
In regard to the literary execution of this work,
wc have spoken as the numbers appeared, but not
as fully as its merits deserve. Now, on reexami
nation, wc hesilnto not to pronounce that this vol
ume, as a history of the earliest period of mankind
has no rival in any single work of universal histo
ry in the English language.
From Graham's Magazine.
The author of the Universal History now in
publication, judging from the portion of it already
published, is equal to his task. He comes to it
prepared by twenty years of study, and a familiar
acquaintance with all the necessary authorities,
not only those to whom we look for solid records
of facts, but those who have gone beneath the sur
face of events, and tracked the source of political
convulsions by a thousand pulse back to the hidden
heart of some great principle.
From the Boston Transcript.
Dr. Hclihc, by availing himself of the light
which the Egyptian hieorologists and other inves
tigators of antiquity, have shed on the earliest his
tory of man, by means of his vast eruditions ena
bling him to avoid the errors of compilers, and to
draw from the original and most undoubted sour
ces ofauthority, and by his acute judgenment, his
liberal philosophy, his deep sympathy with huma
nity, and his enthusiastic love for his favorite stu
dy, has produced what may be termed in many
respects an original history of the infant nations of
the world. The work is written in the most en
larged and lilieral spirit, while the author rejects
the superstition of the ancient priesthood, he is a
stout defender of the immortal and sublime truths
From thcNete York True Sun
The style of Dr. Hebbe, though writing in a
tongue foreign to him, js always (lowing and ani
mated, sometimes picturesque, and sometimes even
eloquent and sublime.
This work nppears in monthly numbers seven
numbers now ready.
A liberal discount lo the trade. Sent by mail to
any part of the country.
DEWITT & DAVENPORT,
Nassau street, New York.
17 Papers inserting the aliove three times, in
cluding this notice, and noticing the numbers as
they appear, will have the back numbers sent to
them by forwarding a copy of their paper tojhe
publisher marked. Also receive the numbers as
fust as published.
December 30, 184831
COLUMBIAN SERIES OF
The Pupil's friend and Teacher's comfort.
'THE COLUMBIAN CALCULATOR This
-L work is already introduced into some of the
best Acadamies and a large number of Schools,
where its use has given decided and universal sa
tisfaction, both to teacher and pupil. It is purely
American in its character, based upon our own
beautiful decimal system of currency. It contains
more, the arrangements are better, and it is the
easiest and cheapest work of the kind now in use ;
and it is so considcre l by hundreds of the most
competent teachers and men of science in the Uni
on, who have recommended it, It is the book,
particularly and expressly prepared for our Amt
rican Scholars : By Almou Ticlnor.
The Yoi-th's Colvm hi ax Calculator. 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,
Tickxoh's Arithmetical Tables, is destined
for the use of younger classes in tha Schools of the
United States. A beautiful little book and pleas
ing to children, and the only one of the kind of any
There are Keys to both Arithmetics bound sin
gle or double, for the convenience of teachers, in
which the solutions of the questions are given with
much extra matter for the black board. Those
Keys are the most complete works of the kind ever
published, and contain, in addition, about two
Hundred examples ui Mensuration, drc, 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 the best works that
have ever been published in this or any other
Although issued but a few months, thev have
already been introduced into the Night Public
Schools of New York City in all the Schools
public and private, except two, in the City of
Reading. AUo, in about twenty Acadamies in the
State of Pennsylvania in a large portion of the
Schools in (he City of Wilmington, in the City of
Lancaster, and in tbe lloroughs of Harrisburg,
York, Chambcrsburg, Lebanon, Doy lestown, Potts-
iue, urwigsuurg, etc, flee.
For sale by Hixrt Masser, Sunbury, Agent
iur orinumieriand bounty.
Sunbury, Dec. 2, 1848.
IV ILL be sold on the premises, on Saturday the
ici.iu uuy oi r euruary next, all that h arm
containing 150 acres, more or less, situated in
Lower Augusta township, Northumberland Coun
ty, about five miles from Sunbury, near the Centre
Turnpike road. About one half of which is clear
ed and on which is erected a good STONE
HOUSE, a large LOU BARN, an extensive Tan.
HOUSE, and out building, belonging to the estate
of Catharine Rosa, dee'd. Sale will commence at
10 o'clock of said day, at which tiinu terms will
be wade known by
JAMES TAGGART, ) ,
JOSEPH R. PRIESTLY. txec Ufc
Northumberland, Jan. 6, 1849. U
ALL persons knowing themselves indebted to
the late firm of Rhoads dr. Farrow.
of Snydertown, on Book account or otherwise, are
hereby notified to pay up or make settlement on or
before the first day of February next, as longer in
dulgence cannot be given. Persons interested will
give this notice their immediate attention.
RHOADS & FARROW.
Knydertown, Dee. - Mt
fllHlS Powder is warranted for superior to any
JL thing in Use for imparting a keen, smootheilge
lo Raton, Surgical instruments, and all kinds ol
fine Ci-TLr.nr it may be applied to Any kind ol
strop. Also superior Razor, Knives, and Perfu
mery, wholesale and retail, by
ALFRED BENNETT, Agent.
Depot of Fine Razors, Htrops, Brushes, and
Cheap Fancy Goods, No. 18 South Fifth street a
bove Chestnut Philadelphia.
FntLAr.LrH!A, Feb. 15th, 184s.
This may certify that I have used ono of the
Strops prepared with HAYNES' MAGIC DIA
MOND POWDER, and can attest in tho mml
unequivocal manner, that there is nothing Cnn be
found that will produce thes-Jnieellert in my opin
ion, and must say to others, try it, and Jou w II
find it superior to any hejetofure in use. I ran
truly say that I never knew what a sharp raxor
JOHN SCOTT, Iron Safe Maker, 41 S. Third at.
Philadelphia, October, 1849.
A very hard beard and tender face has compel
led me to seek and test many contrivances design
ed to make shaving easy and pleasant, but with
indifferent success, until I made use of the Magic
DIAMOND POWDER, sold by Alfred Bennett,
and Rousscl's SliRving Cream. Their united pow
er act like magic, and impart a power to the Razor
to remove the most stubborn leard, without irri
tating the skin or temper of their owner.
J. COX, 49 South Fifth Street.
For sale at this office Price 23 cts. per Box.
November 25, 1818 Cm.
Tho largest assortment In Town,
John W. Fi'ilinir,
W ESPKCTFULLY i
nforms his friomlsnml
he has recciVL-il the
lurgrst nixt best assortment of poods ever of
fered in eunbtiry. Consisting or
Groceries, Hardware, Quecnsware, Liquors,
and a great variety of other articles.
The public are respectfully requested to
call ami examine hi stock before purchasing
Sunbury, Nov. 18, 1848.
NEA VG O ODST "
CHEAPER THAN EVER
LJ AS just received nt his store, in Sunbury,
-A an assortment of the cheapest Goods, that
ever came to tho place, consisting of
GROCERIES. LIQUORS, $c.
French black Cloths, Cassiuett, iic. Cali
coes, of excellent quality ami colors,
price 6 to 10 cts. Good Muslins, a
yard wide, at 6J cents.
These are not the low priced trash articles
usually sold. Muslin HeLaines, of fine qual
ity and patterns 18J. Handsome Terkeri
and other Shawls and various other articles.
The public are requested to call and judge
Sunbury, Nov. 18, 1818.
win To tub SickI
Health fi the Weak ! ! A
HAI.M is found f. the
VVIi'ile llumiin Kuee in An
This is an entirely vc seta,
ble compound, cntnpnKrit of
dient, and is an internal and
External Remedy lor the vs.
ri-ius ills that human nesb is
C iuphs, Colds, Pains, Nervnns niul Sick Ilemlaclie,
Rheumatism, Cuts, Pjiniiiw, Spinnl Affections, Summer
Complaints, Cholera Mnrlms,T,mtharlie, Kruptinns, Conn
Piles, Frozen Parti, Hums. Scalds, Ame in the Face Dud
llrcast, Painters' C 'Hie, llruisef, old 8 ,res, l'M of apiie
lite, General Deliility, Aslhmn. Ae. Put up in boltles f.
1. or 4 shilltiuri per botlle. For further particulars see
Pamphlets to he had of every agent irutis, containing a
briel history i' the origin, discovery and onds effects of
Andrews' Puin Killer, Certificates of Cures, directions. Ac
LOOK OUT FOP. FRAUD.
The triumphant success of Andrews Pain Killer in re
moving the causes lluit produce death, the uutimely death
of minimis of our race, has induced some men of vvhem it
may be truly laid, their villainous occupations manilest
their villainy, to attempt to put in circulation spurious snd
counterfeit articles called "p,,i Killer," using ficlitious
names for tha pretended author, Sorged certificate, fcc.
8 una have appeared, and others uo iloul wiil appear. l.ct
all remember that Andrews Oenuiue Pain Killer has the
written simature of I. Andrews on Ihe Inliel of each bottle
in black ink. 1 n't simply ask for Pain Killer, but ask for
Andrews' Psiu Kilter, nnd hnve noiHher.
8 hi by M. A. MeCay, Sole Afent, Northumberland j
J. W, Friliug. Sunhitrv ; John II. Hoser, Milton ; John R.
Myyer, HI miusnirg j Win. A. Mnrrav Co, Danville;
Davenport Siiulli, Plvm mih ; Andrew Yuhr, Wilkes.
Inrre ; Hays It McCormiek, McF.wcnsville ; Schaffle
Chnnilierbiin, lwislsirg j lie .rge .McAlpin, Jersey Shore:
J. M. Judd, Willuiinspoit.
Ciders addressed to 1. Andrews, inventor and only Pro
prietor at Itheea Tompkins county, X. V. Will receive
pr unpt attetiti.m
September 30, IMS. ly
UNRIVALLED STYLE OF HATS
No. 104 CHESTXUT STREET
Wouhi respectfully invite attention lo his superior
Kiyleofhats for autumn, 1818, which will be
found the m'ist itecl eer In fore olf. r'ilti tlie
comiiiuiuiy- lis nerulinr forms rentier- it the more
id sirsM , as ii combines all the esseu'iaU of du-l-ili'y
anilneatneH, requisite in that aitii lc of ,lre
wiil'la his mcressitl r.irililie m in m inufacturiiii;
wi h all ihe n oil.ru impr.vemi nts. ennbl.-s linn
Tu Ch4Llns tui Woulii m sir. iluce a bell, r
,1 ' T.
i,iiiiiiiii, rmt inn in wars or ths
I.stkst Moiis. TI.e.e cnods have Uenelerl.il
w Ih greet ere, ami wilt tie found most benwulul
sml chss'e in their styles.
Lariks' Kiniso Hits tin Cam or Esnat
IT mw I'aTTEHas. Great rare lias he. n In-slow.
eil in ronstiuilii g these snides, ih t they may fil
eriiciiy eay sou Mini a gracelul si r'Pce.
101 Chestnut at. a lew doors atove Ti iul.
ptemlr 30. 1818 ch June St. 1818 If
A G E NTS
rim CUNVAHS FOK SOME NEW AND
X POI'LLlR VVOK.K, in every dUNI'V
throughout ihe Lniied rllilrs. To Agenls, ihe
most liberal enconngement is offered with a
small raj.uslof f'JS to f 1 00 A chine is i.ffi-red.
wnrreny an sgenl ran make Irom (10 to per
week, For fuilher pailiruUia eilihca (t.o.in
WM. A.LEA RV,
No. IS8 North HICI'ONU Street,
. Philadelphia, Kepi. 9, 1848. flin.
(Late Keller . Greeiutiigli.)
AND MECHANIC AXj ENGINEER,
DRAWINGS and paner for tha Patent
Ollice, prepared and all the necessary bu-
mess, in relation to securing patents, trans
acted, and promptly attended to, at their of
fice opposite the Patent Office.
uciober 28, 1848.
riEAS, from the New York Canton and Pekin
M. Tea Company. For sale by
J. W. FRILING.
Sunbury, Dee. 2, 1848.
PATENT Trusses of all kinds, Harrison's
wrilinz and indelliblu ink. Cotton vara ami
lls, just received and for sale by
J. YV. FPILING.
ftunVtiry, Pee, IMS.
DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
THIS P.xlKirt Is put np In nnnrt bottles. It s sis times
cheaper, plemwitter, and warranted superior lo nny
s ld. It cures diwnses williont vomitine. purging, sick
nri, or dcbilitatiiia the patient, and is purlieu arly adapted
lor a 1
PAI.T. AND Pl'lllNO MF.DIR1NR.
The e;rent Itenuty ami superiority of this forsnparilla over
other remedies is, whilst it eradicates disease,
it invigorate the Isxly.
Cleanse and Strengthen,
C'.i.iiinipti.n cnn In! cured.
Bronchitis, Consumption, l.iver C impluinl, Colds, C'nigjis,
Catarrh, Asllunn,8piltinanf Itlnoil, orcness in the
Chest, Hectic Klunh, Night fvents, I) i in
tuit mid Profns" I;xpcTtirnlicn,
and Pain in the Hide,
Ac.. Ac., ,
have and cnn lie cured.
rroW.My l!icr nryer was a rtme:iv that lias Iseti e s.ie.
ccsnfiil in ilcpcmte eimes of Mimpli u an thin ; it clean.
S"S nnd sireiitlieii tiie sx't-ui. civl ancnr to lual the u.
ecru on Ihe lmij, aiel pulicuts gradnnlly regain Ui.-ir usunl
health and slr.i'jlh.
cirntors cam: of consimptiox.
There is sctireely a day pis: but there are a ntinuVr of
cases of enus-iinptinti ri;porlcd ns cured by the u nt Dr
Townseu's Sarsiipiu ilia. Tins follcnving was recently re
Dr. TmvxsKxn Dinr Pir: For tho lnt tt r-'O years 1
hnve been ntlliclcd with gem rul rlebiiity, nnd nervous cnn.
sumption of the Inst singe, nnd did it.il e.prct to ever 'jnin
my lienlth at nil. Alter going through a eotiriJeol iiic'licinc
under the eaie of s mie of ilie m ial diHtitignisiril regular
pliysiciaus nnd incmliers of llio Hoard of Ifcallli in .New
Voik nnd elsewhere, and spending the in -nt of my eiimiiiirs
in ntlentpliiig lo retrain my health, niitl nficr rcntling in
s tine paper ol yout $ineiiui illct 1 res lived to trv it. After
using six boltles I f inud it d .ne me emit g hI. and called
t aw you nt yonr oiliec ; with i.ur advice I kcjit nn, nnd
do most hcarlily thank yon lor vimr nd ice. 1 persevere in
taking the Sarnapanlh, nnd ISivc bti-n able nutlend to my
usual labors fr the List four m iiitim. audi hope by the
blrminga of G 1 mi l y .ur S iroiinllu to e minue my
lienlth. It helped me bcvolld the expectation., ,,f n W,
knew my case. ' CIIAkl.liS (L'l.MMY
tlrauge, Kunex n. . J., Ang. 1el7.
Srateof .NewJemy, Kssex county, ss. f'lmrles Qnim
by being duly sw irn aeeonliitg tn law, oil his onth jit!i.
tint the foreg .iiijr -tntemeut is true nee irding to the bent of
hn knowledge mi I liclief. CI1ARLK8 (Jll.MIJY.
Swoninnd subscribed to tieforc me nt Orange, the 'Jd
A.igust, 117. CYltl'f BAI.UWI.N.
Jualicc ol' the Peace.
Ilend the following, and say that einsum;iti(m Is in incu
ruble it yju can :
cw York. April in, 117.
T)r. TmrsiF.sn : t verily believe that vour Kirsaparilla
has been the means, through Providence, of ifnving my life
1 hnve fir severul years had a had cough. It liccnme worse
anil worse. At hist I raised large quiiutilii of blood, hnd
night stveiilsnml was gn-itly ili btlilaled mid reilueeil, nnd
did not expect lo live. 1 have only need your SarwijuirilUt
but a short time, and there has a wonderful change lieeu
wrought in me. 1 am now nble to walk nil over the citv.
I raise ui, blo uL and my cough has left me. You erni well
imagine that I am tliuiikful fir thee results. Your nhedi.
ent servant. WM. III SSKI.l,. 05 Cnllnriuc st.
The annexed cert ilicate lells a simple and truthful story
iiuciiiu; nun renci. i acre are inousanus 01 similar e:i
scs in this city mi l Ilroklyn, and yet llierenre th nncnels
tn purcius let tlieir cmjilreu die I jt fear ot being humbugged
o. ,u sue a lew sniiuugs.
rimkli-n. Seol t.1 1R17
l)r. TowsEr: I take pleasure in suiting, for Ihe lienc
fil of th ise whom it may concern, that my dnitgliter. two
yrars nun six in nunrolil, wiis altlietcu with gen, nil dc.
bilily nnd lies of stieech. She was given lin us past Jc
covcry by our family phvsieinu ; but fortuuntcly I was re
commended by a friend to try your !arci;nril!n. Ilcf re
hnving used one Iwrtile she ri-eovered her speech nnd was
eiinhM to walk nlone, to the nut inisluncut of all win were
neiiiniiileil with ttte eirentnstnnees. She is now qutlc well.
una in mueil imtiit nealtll ttri'i Stic tins u,.'eil lor 14 montl
pnsl. JCISF.I'II TAYI.Ori. I9J York Hi., llr ooklyn.
TWO f.'IIII.IHU'.N PAYKI).
cry few families indeed in feet we have it it heard ol
one innt us.it Dr. T nviiseiurs S im ipinlla in time,
nny children ihe past Summer, while th ise that did n it
sicKcneii and itt't. rite cerement-' we publish below
conclusive evidence M its vilue. nnd it only ;n -tli-r iict'tiic
01 its s:ivuig tne lives ol etitldren :
llr. Towx-f.xd Hear Sir : I had two childrui cure! Ii
.ur r- irK-iirti,a c itie summer coniplitut nnit dvst iitnrv
one v.-us only ir, tn-aith old ami l)u other n vear. Tin
were very much reduced, and we txj:tovl ih. v w.mM ilie
tney were given up by tw i respeetnlilc ph. si. ians. V le
tberiocbw inforinnt us that we mint I scthem. we res
ved to try y nir S irsapnrill i we had bear I so iimch of, but
nun utile continence, mere le-iugsi much null advert iscil
lint is worllileM: but we nrc Ihanklul that we did. fi
undoubtedly saved the lives of b nil. I wrile llii.i I lull ot!
ers may ue uiuueeu lo use it. Y urii. re? w-tfullv,
Joiiv vi!.so., j
Myrtle-nvctme, rtrooklyil, Sept. 15, tH7.
I TO 1 Mi: LADIES.
OKliAT FF..MALE MF.1IICINE.
Da.Towxsi:ND'5SAnsrRtu. is a sovereign nnd speedy
emu ior iiicipiciu c nsiunniiun. una tor itie general proslra-
II m ol tlie system no matter whether the result of in!
rent cause or Cannes, produced by irregularity, illness or ae
Nothing can be m ire s'.irpriytti than its iivi irutlng ef-
i.:cia -,ii me iiiiiuuu mime, l'ersons nil weakness niul unj.
smine, troin taking it nt once bee unc r bust and fiiU i
energy under its inniieuce. It immediately c ii'iilfraeiH ll;
nervei'-s-iies.i i i tae lemaie It tine, wltlell n the grc.'i: ea.i.H.'
ll will not Ik; expected of us, in ca.-es of i dc!i,:a'e u na
turc, in exnitnt eerliheatcs ol en-es perlorined, but .we cui
assure the utilised Hint huadrcls of caies have le.eu rt jior
ICO I ' 11-.
Dr. Towxsen : My wife lieing grenlly dijircsic.l 1,
weakness snd general debility, and end. ring c umuilally by
v. on ..hit niuicilirics. snu linviug Ktl iwu eai
Where vonr medicine hns ed'ectcd rru.l eur. ii: nnd :
hearing it reeomiiiended for such ense as I have described,
I ootnined a b 'tile 01 your hxtrnet oi &irssnarillii ami f,.l.
lowed the direeti ns you gave me. In n short period it
removed her complaints and restoml her to health. Being
greatful f T the benefits she received, I take pleasure 111
iuub uesu owieucuij; ii, oiiu rec iiameuuing It to the public,
M. U. MUOKK,
Albany, Aug. 17. Ml er. Grand I.ydia its.
No fluid or medieim has ever been discovered which so
nearly resembles the gnsinc juice or saliva In decompose;
food und strengthening the organs of diaestion us this nrc
paration of Sarstiparilui. It positively cures every ease ol
u) ai:piia, move er severe or curtsne.
Dank Department. Allianv. Mav 10. IKI.1
Dr. TowiiscimI Sir : 1 have been alHietd for several
years Willi aysiiepsiu in its worst form, attended with s air
ness oi sionuen, i iss ol appetite, extreme heartburn, and
great aversion to nil kinds of fo l, and for weeks, (what
emild eat) I hnve lieeu tillable to retain but a small portion
wi m MKiiMi-ii. i trieo oie usual reiuemes, nut tney lnu
but liltle or no effect in removing the complaint. I wiis in-
(tuceii. aleml two months since, to try your Extract of Sar
sapnruiH. ana l must say with Utile confidence; bin niter
using nearly two unties, 1 lonnd my appetite restored and
tha heartburn entirely removed; and I would earnestly re-
coinmenn ilie use m it to those wh have been nlhicl.il n
nave lieen. yours, 4c, V. V. VAN ZANDT.
Agent for Sunbury JOHN W. FRIUNfi; Nor
thnmhertind. MARY A. McCAY; Danville, WM. A
nit sns l et (o.,
Apiil!, Id lei. y
il( AND 413
THE CHEAPEST and LARGEST
CJoIrt nnd ftilvt r M'nlt lirs
Gold I. even-', full jewelled, 18 carat
cum) f 30 ami nve
nver I .eve . full tewelle.l SIB .,! .,ver
pines ju a, ov
" 4u.i t i.,
Silver Tes Sjjnns, cqu.I to coin,
UolJ Pe. s, siltei ho'Jer ami pencil.
Willi a spb i.diil sstor unlit ol kliul. ,(
aid es, both, fjolj ami silver; Hi h .leweliy. &
olc, in 1 1 iha.ii ot Hie he-t nnn if rtinr., ami in
.ti-.j u nit in ui., o mat tu. i jet iiy line
at much Iras i ices ihau ran bs b iialil its tins
City or elm iliciH.
Pletse sive lhi atlveiiisms ii, and call st
her LUWIS L XlJllML'",
I0 413 MARKET re e . i.beve E.veinh.
i.orin s:dB,oi ai JAGO'I LAUOMU
810 MACIiKT t. firlton llow Eih', miulh
Cj" Wc h i' Gi ld and fci'ver Lev. rs still dies.
ier ihuiillie above pr te.- a lib. ral nWount made
lo i lie trade.
eiiiemhei 83. IS48 Oin
RICH FANCY FL'RS FOR LADIES' WEAR.
So. lO I, C li?tiiu( Klroet,
A fete doors abvvel'hinl, Philailelphia,
would iuvi a the ladies to call ami ei .mint I
suneiior nk rt Muff, li. ne, Tipiirli 4e.
every vsn.ly, rnnsisiing of II eh ltui Kible,
II .... j.... 11 ... St ...... Ik' . mm . . .
..Uo-.. . maiiin, .torwss; n nun, Itlli R
ble. Bium Msriiii, Kiiine Msriin. Ermine. Ku.th
Lyni. otc, &e. These skins hsn b. u el cied
with Rr.ai eaie, nil are in nle by iho best workmen
in tliecouiitiy. I.olte. m v rest assured th.it no
article will l enlfered for sale iti this etallulini-nl
that is rot perlrcl in every i expect.
A'o. 104, Chetnut tlrtrl. betwtn
Third and Fourth tlrrr.lt
8e limber SO, 1848 6 in
otton Yarn, Cotton Carpel Chain, C'otlou Laps
V ' and adilinir. Cotton Outlines. Helu ....!
X7 ' f Meiouv
rantaloons, lieady made. Vests, Cougresa Knives,
Porcelain lined nresorviiiir kettles, inst ieciv..l
for sale by II. MASSER,
Bunuury, Dec. 8, ISIS.
L'M SHOES for Gentlemen and Ladies, Just
receivud and for ult bv H. MAPKK.
Jiea -iyy. VfW
WESTEIIX HEW f OAK
CUM.li.GR OF Itli ALTH,
207 Main street, Rvffuh, N. Y'.
DR. G.C. VAUGHN'S
FrRclnble Liibnntriplie Jlixtnrr.
rpHIS rclebrateit remerly is eoi.'UuiUy iiicrnasing its fraae
X by the many cures it is making
ALL OVER THE WOULD.
It linn now htwime the only mnliciiif fr family um, HhI it
port icu In rty rconirnciic,',(i for
till ?lages of this c .mplnint immediately relieved, iri mutter
of how long standing. Sec Phaniphh t f r toftunmy.
and all diseases of the urinary organ" ; for these distress
ing complaints it stnnds nlone j no other article can relieve
yon ; nnd Ihe cures testified tn will cniviuee the tnosl skep
tical j sec pnmphler. l.iver Complaint, Ililliou diseases,
FEVER fc AGUE.
Tj the tlrcat West especially, nnd whetcver these com
plaints prevnil this medicine is oll'ercd.
NO MINERAL AGE.NT,
tn deleterious e itnpound is a port of this mixture, it
curt these discuses with eerinintv nnd celeritv, and dors
u t leave the sj stein torpid. See Pamphlet.
a omphiiiit nf n m 'St pntnfnl chanieter, Is
I MM E DI ATELY RELI E V ED,
nnd a cure follows by a few ihvs use nf ihisnrticle ; it If
l.ir heiiire any other preiiarnlion for this disease, or forsuy
i'Ll -t nSe orl3l"!IlillS' imaure blxKl. see pain-
'"' ' DEBILITY OK THE SYSTEM,
wenk Uaek, weakness nf ihe Ki lne, c, or inrferr.m.i
li in w Mule. i iiliiiledi.itely relieved by a few days use !
tiiis iiil.1iciii, nnd a cure is' alwas a result () its' use. It
A CERTAIN REMEDY,
fr s'.i"h coinpUiiuls, nnd also for demngctnents of the fe
I RREGULARITI ES, SU PI'RESSIONS.
painful menslruatiiins. Nn'artiele has ever lieen oll'ered
except this which would touch this kind of deranuement.
It tuny be relied upon ns n sure and ert'-elivo remedy, and
did wc leel permitti-d to no so eriul.l pivc
A THOUSAND NAMES.
ns pr.mf nf cures in this distressing' elas of cimplnints
S'e painnhl.-t. All broken down, .lei.llilated e mriiluti ns
Irom the elleet of mcrcurv, w ill fimrthn br acing power of
thisnrliele to act immediately, and tl;e p .is'.iious mineral
crndieateil Ir.vn the avsl'-tii.
will int. Uie nHnri(iv pr'-iw rtir-i nf ttjis nriirh'
PURIFY THE RLOOD. "
and driven such discuses from the s.icm. S c pamphlet
lor testimony of cures in nil diseasesl win. l. il, limii. , r
an advert iseiuent will not permit l inineil lu re. Agents '
give thcin nivae ; they c intain B4 jiges of eertificat. s of I
high character, and a stronger
ARRAY OF PRtX)F
nf the virtues nf a medicine,- never nnpeare l. tl is me of
the peculiar features ol lliu article iiu.t it never fails to!
hcnetil in nny ease, nnd it" hone nnd muscle nrc left to build i
upon let the einueiuted tnid linzcring intuli.l
and keep tukip; the medicine ns I nig as there is su im ;
provtiiient. The proprietor w mid ;
CAUTION THE PUBLIC j
nraimt a number of urticles wlib.h come out unr tin- i
IS A USA PAR I LL A S, SVni'PS,
ns rurrg f T Drttpny, Gravrl, Ac: Tlu-y ate grxtl 'for ik
thing, luul e-MiCH-ffil tn pull Xhr niiwnryi
TOLCH Til KM NOT
Ti.c'r inv"!. r icvr ilionc.it of cnritifj mi'h i1ismis! ii it
iliiK urtirle lrht'Mi; it. A xirticuKir slmly nf ihe pam.
(Oil' t is rarnUy "s 'licitn!.
Ajriitj. ami nil wit s!l the nr'ic'.' ttr
GI. AD TO CIRCULATE
ri"iliiioiuty. Put up in 30 oz. b lilies, at s-i ; IK oz. do a
SI each the larcer holding- 0 oz. m ,rc than two smuit Lit
tles. ..v.k out und get imp s..d u,, n. I'.verv bottle hns
Vaiielafs Vegetable I.ith mlrti-lie .Mix,nre,,1'bloM-u iiein
tae elass. the wittten siginturc rf "O. 0. Vunchn'' on the
i!leeti"tl,ni1 (";. C. Vaiigliu. Dun d ,' alampeil n ti
c rk. None oilier are eeiiuiiie. lrc;,red Lv Dr. fi. f:
Vaoehn, urn! t Id .it the l'dieo-yd riff.ee, an? Alain s'ree'.
'. nt wli -lual.- and r. t iil. o oti-iiti ii (iivcn to let- I
ters unless p st p-ii.t n-,eM iV :i re-ularl, eoustitmcil j
A.Tllls exeente-l : n is! tuo.l 1. rr. ,.rl.,.l , o:n, 1
tine silicitiiig ndv'ice, promptly n,lepile, to critin.
0;fices devoted eJtclilsi .1'. t' i Ilie eile of t':is nrt'eie
l.'I'i X isiau St. Xew Yorkei'v: ! Km ."Xst.Sdenl. Mass.;
an I bv tlie principal Dntsgisis thr'nili out the fnitei! Mates
nw t'.'n ela. ns Agents.
JaM ot" AgelUs.St irrs A eo Wliolesate Agent Pliilialel
p'li l .1. W. I'riling, Suulairy I sire (leatliart. Selinfrove
r. A. Wy.'th. I.ewifbiti'tr H. I.Mteafer. Milton Haves
fc .MetJ.iraiiek. .Mvliwetisvill.! .!s Mel'.-v, Xorihumb'er
kinl. April I, Flr-y
SUMMER AND WINTER COOKING j
cpjIRabwe Si n e, which is caunay well adapt, d inWinl :
J or Ceil, has received silver inedaitfilt the I'uirs of Ihe
American Institute, New Yum ; nf tae Mechanics' Initt. !
tute, 11 t.jn ; ol Hie Kiiiiikiin liiitituic. Ptnladelphin ; un.l !
of the .M..'eht,llic!l, lustllute, Wllaiitictou, llelnwure. i
ll is capable, if properly usetl. of ,1 ,iug more work, with
less met, than any otner Move et olfi-rcd to Ihe public : in
wintei it will warm the Inrgot kiti iu u, while in suiiuuei,
with the summer dress ultaehed, it throws out no more
heat than a churc ml furnuee; und for Isnling, broiiiin., la
king, or riaHiiiig, it cannot be surpassed by any other Stove,
open Cre, or brick oven.
CKRTtriCATC OF TIIK Jl'BT.Es OP Tllli MECItSICs' Isstl
We, the subseriliers, being eh .sen Judges by the Mama
ehuselts Cliurituble MecllanlCB, Assoewtioii in Bosbiu, on
loves, furnaces, ranges, 4c. wuil inform Ihe public, that
niter leslmg all the cooking stoves that were put into Ihe
1'uir ior exhibition, and letimg eneli limn muuitge his own
stove with the same kind of e.ial, in order to ascertain
which woukl do the same work with the least fuel in the
siiiie time, and do it best, we find thsl Stewart's Patent
Summer und Winter Air-Tight Cooking Stove, innuufaetur
eil by Ihe patentee, of Troy, X. Y., to be the besl, ns il look
but 13 minutes lo boil two gallons of water slid Imke biscuit
in tiie suae tune, and broil lei-l renk, and all done in the
liest manner with seven pounds of coal, in thirty minutes
from ihe time the fire wne put in'n the stove. T) which,
wo nwnrd.sl the silver medui.
JAMKMOOI l.D, WAI.TPrt conxF.u.
T110.IAS.K,I.I.TOX, A.l). wr.HUr.U.nnd
JAMP.S P,flK. Ji-ooi:.
The subset intra respectfully invite Ihe attention cf ciun
try dealers, 1 1 one ni the largcul und best selected nock of
stoves, ever offered iu tliis city, among which ore the fol
Screen Cy lenders.
N asliingtou Ail Tight Conks.
La i tr' Oven
Premiums Cook S oves
Nationnl Air-'l igtit CvoLs.
100 Louis Aif-Tieht Parlor Stoves.
loi) DharVs Ihe 1st Au-Ttght do
200 LnJy Washington, Air Tibht Pallor.
130 Washingion Air-Tiglit do
1H0 McGregor's three dava Parlor Air-Tiuhi
Coal Stoves, burning three days without atten
For sale wholesale and retail hv North. Harri.
son ii Co. No. 3U0 Market street, Philadelphia.
i n miieipnia, juty jsth, ISIS'
LINN, SMITH & CO.
2131 Market Sirhet,
xnivas &, ifrisit ii:s,
Psists. Oils. Gum, Prs STiirs,
VaaaisiiKS. A,c, cVc.
Paleol M.diiiues, Med.eins Clifsis, Hurgital ai d
"ui insiiunieiiis, C'lit mical l e-is, Ae,
flO'-'idrrsfrorn M.rcliaiiis i r 1'hvsieiani. hv
eiirr or otherwise luninntlv ailcn.l. .1 i .
Au.us. 9, 1848 dm
COLD PENS, PEN HOLDEUS & T'EcrLS.
G. & E. M. SIVIITH,
(Late us the firm of A, G. Dnglcy It Co.)
VUirKiCTt mas or Gold fin. I'm uiudihi
o. 16 Maiden I.mu-, .esv-Vork.
WE, ihe Ku' arriliers ill'.r lo the irade, and
ilie pahlie eenersllv. "iir dinrreni styles
of Gold Pen-,'whicli ere wirrenti J s iintt all mi.
p rf eiions I y fair usage. Slid si 1 1 he sn tie ioi
in every respeet 1 1 any oihe s mij . II ivinj in.
erraar.l f icilities f ir manufieluiug. w. aro deter,
aiined that no pen sh .11 be I'eliveie I fiomour ee
sDliehmeni unli si il i l eil ct u aU i karn
lutaiillt on I'snil our uief or O ild l'i ncila. and
'enri's u ilh Pen, hi h we aio enabled lo , ft'-r si
he lowest isles. All O'dets a hlressed to the full.
scuuers, V.HI pe eareiuiiy ami iiroiurily stienJeJ
CJ. & E. M. SMITH. No. IS MsW.n l,n. fi. y
r. . m i.ia s
THSTEU DY TH0l;SANt3 AND
- . e
day is this . celebrated medicine extending tttJ
sfl. -re ot ii : usefulness, and every rear srldiiip to Uie Hr.pt
dialogue of ils trittmpl.s. , .
A MILLION OP IU)XKSnr distributed mimisdy with
out fnllymetting Ihe demand! For s-fiw. time tost, the.
ales l.nve been limited solely for want tf fae'fitles of tip-.
ply. Truly ll, is it a universal remedy! t'nlicniif, t:ete
pills havo found their way into the tematert comers of (he,
Uni-m, everywhere proving their title pi the poor man's
friend sick man's hope the marvel r.nd blessing of the
For a trilling sum, every individual mid every fi unity miy
lioveHF.ALTII IXSUP.KD lo them for an indefinite i -riod
; and what is life without health but a misere.blc exis
It i too precious a boon to be tampered with, by trying
nil sorts of experiments up"n it. The sick should use those
medicines on! which experience lias shown to be the best-
A PIIVSICIAX'S TFrVriMOXV.
From Cntskill, Green County, New Yi ik.J
Dr. W. Wright Dear Sir: I have found y iur ludi-itr
Vegetable Pills a valuable remedy in enss cf General Pe
bilily of the system, nnd in nil Hilliotis die .rdcrs. 1 am rdso
in the habit of recommending thonto females in peculiar
1 1 bsorve them t sprrute in the system wiiliout producing
debility or puin. leaving il in a healthy coiuliliun.
June 11 1, je.t. John DoiNt, M D.
tui-: ci;st famm.y MnDicixr:.
From Xorlon Hill, urecn County X. Y.J
Dr. Wiiglit : Wuhnvc used and sold yonr Indian Vegeta"
ble Pills for three years past, nnd do not hesitate lo rccom
mcn.1 (hem to our friends nnd customers oi iho best Family
Medicine iu use. ,x. Kamsdeli..
fFmn Mrrrble Unit Ps
To Dr.AV. Wright Denr SSir : For the lust two years I
hnc hnd the agency for the snle of your Intliau Vcpetable
Pills nt this place, and have add amuially large quantities at
retail. They have in every instance given entire satisfac
tion. Many fumilies in this section keep them, nnd consider
them invaluable as a family medicine. There is no incdi"
cine sold here that can be so universally recmmcndcn' cs
Wi i-hfs Ind'nii Vegelnbh: Pills. Yery truly yours.
February!, lt, -vv. M.I.VKrxs.
T1-5TIMOXY fiF AXfJTH!:tt PIIVMclAK.
Tiie following letter is in reply to a noli fr. in nut agent
i slilng Dr. II jtiton's opinion of thin medicine :
Tcskiiannock, August 2,
Mr. A. Duiaom DearSr: Iu reply to your note of yes
terday, 1 would state, that I have occasionally f Uiid it cel.'
vcii-t to use il,... vari us "Paten! Pills" vend. J in ihe shops ;
and while I em unwilling 1 1 say aiijlhit g tode;,reeiute the
value of other.., I am free to c aifess that I consider Wright's
Indian V rclalilc Pills superior lo all ethers with which I
am aequainir.l. I have used them f .r many years both in
my own I "unily nnd in my practice gem rally, nnd they hove
unib rm!y prove l mil.!, certain and safe iu tla ir rpenili' ns
The care and skill tfb which these pills have hr.cn hitherto
min-tf acircd arc, in my opinion, a smTieient guarantee for
like B-.nl results in future. Very respectfully,
H. A. DniTox, M.D.
Mr. II is n practitioner of I mg exjicrience, well knnvn
in and even beyond the lines of Wyoming county. lie is
a "T.uliin'.e rf Peiaisylvauiii, nnd highly popular wilh the
people among whom he resides.
Itcwus'C or.Sug;,i- coated Cou:itcr
nemetii' tr thut the original and only genuine Indian
Vegetable Pills have the wtittcn signature of Win. Wrihl
Co th? t ip l.i'el of each box.
Wric.i.'M ItMlluu Vegrotablc EMIIs.
J.'-hn W. Friling, Sunbury.
Henry Mnsser, Sfenbnry.
ltios A MeCormiek.'MeEwensviUa.
1". Kaull'inan, Augusta tp.
John II. Vincent. Chilisquarjue
Kes.:A llergstresoer, r.lvslmrg.
W. Itothcnuel, Little Mnhoii'iy.
Heinen A Ilrnther, Milton.
Forsy.!-., Wilson .V Co., Xorthum'r!rnd.
Jus. Itceil, Poltsgrove.
W. A It. l'egely, Siimnokintown.
J. C. Morgan, rhiydcrstown.
AV. Deppin, Mahonoy P. O.
Itcnneville Holshue, I' p. Muhonoy.
J. G. rteim. Line Mountain P. O.
Heni. Heltner, Iiwer Mnhoning P.O.
Amos T. nrissell, Turhnttsville.
. J. A T. Piper, Wutsnnville.
I'. A. Kiezuer, Bonneville.
II. 11. KnieMe. F.iysburg.
Oiliees dev .te.1 exclusively to the sale of Wright's Indian
Vi-ge'ub Pills. Wholesale and Retail, 160 Race St., Phila.
iVpliin, Greenwich street, Xew-York, and 108 Trcmout,
Dec. A:h. JSJ3. Jy.
"quKahlc 1,11c Iniiuraiico, Auuulty
:uid 'i rusl C'oiiiiaiiy.
oi fici: rt w.M.xt T strlft, Philadelphia.
CVIMTAL S- 'ilMSHI ClHHTK I'FR I'BTCAL.
'PHI" C MU.any ere u -w pi'e;ircd to Irniiuct busiires
I ii.i -u the most liberal nnd ailviiilrairisiiis l.-rins. ihey
nr.- nuili-iicl by their charier (sect. :i) '-to m-ike all nne
eery in-uranee apiiertniuiug to lit',, risks of wliniever kind
or nature, titsl 10 receive and cxi erte trusts, mro:e endow
inents, met I c nn en.l purehiite iiiiuuities.o 'i iiSCom
Itfiny sell uuiitiilics an.1 en.l oviiieuts, mid act as 'trustees
I of lutti -rs and h ire.
lal.e of Preniiuins rciuirnl f.i the Assurance i
tae whole term of Lite.
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The pretniums are leu tlnn any other cvupauv, ail Ihe
policies all .r.l preater u.lvai.te(i.s. Tables ol ik-yerly
mid quarlorly prauiintns. half creilil rates .( preinuim. short
tenia., join! hvej, survtvorsi,,! s uud endiiivincnls; also,
lurru o Appheali (1 ,r which there are ls.mk sheet. ) are
to i. uad on apiiiieati u st the oifu-e, or by letter t the
Afc'cnt, J. II. PlTIDY, r-unbury.
l.Arri ron tsvsia f IU0 a s sai,; Life
rxiMCH A pers ui seil 3U ytsirsii. il birth tliy be
Iiaviiur the C1SI111.111V on cents would secure to .'..'..ii..
or heirs sjino should he die .S one yew 1 or for $n no he se-eur.-s
hi ihein sluui; or f..r $IJ aiuuially fur svveu years
he secures to Ihoni 111011 sh mid he die iu seven vears- or
for fcon.H) paid nnilaaily duiius: hie ha secures Rlinsi to Is,
snd when he dies. The insurer x-iiu,,k kisownbmus'
by the dillercnce ill aai Hlntof nr. nnunu fromlh ise-elmreeii
by oilier oiliees. For ll),3u the heirs would receive WOUO
sli-nifcl he die 111 one year.
Forma ol'ajipliouiiou and nil purticulars mav 1st had it
the oiT.ee. J. W. CLAGIIUltX, PresiJeul
Tumi-sis Fmxcu w. Rawl a ' r'c"ur'"
V5u 1,5i0 ,'HY'lr"l-'-ljr 1 B Master, SunLurv. ,
J. H. Piautr, Bunbury, Aireiil for Xoithumberland'oMin
ty. Sunbury, July ! Hl
WHOIESAIB AXU RETAIL
WI.YK 4l Mqioil U1MLC1I,
A'o 89 j .X.arket Street, litluw t'lgiih, Nurlh stjt.
Keept eonstanlly on hand ail kind of old Li
quor, vis : Superior olj rye whiskey tuncricr
brandy. Gin, fVc. Alto white biandy lo. pretir.
vinn. U iid t berry snd (Jlackbeiry brandy.
I tuladelphis, June 3, 1918. ly
Ae. Fi 1 year. For 7 years.
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M i.f S.H7
Atf 3.4s 3,g7
F"9 f AI F AT THIS OFFFF
nnSnry, Pee. 9, III.
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