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A FATAL FIGHT IN A COURT
The Canton fMiss.) Democrat of the
20 th ult. gfves the following account' of a
fatal rencontre, In the' court room at that
'We stop the press to announce tho fact
ftuut miai iciivumiu uau jusij ihivcii
In pur Court room durinu tho cession of
the Court, between Mr. Jeremiah Ell'inK
ton, and T- CJ. Tupper, Esq, Mr Tupper
was addressing Ihe jury upon the trial of a
riminal rasp, iti tvhitli Rllinctnn wia
nrnspnntnr.aml wis rmnmnlltlhir IpmlimnlA.
,.. . .. .-fa.
ly and properly upon :o evidence, when
Fllinnliin ranm nn hehind lilm. nnil Klriint-
Iiim twice or (thrice over the head with a
huge slick. Mr. T. thereupon seized a
ctwuiu iuu mat iajr iic.il mill, Willi WHICH
he slabbed his antagonist under the left
arm Mr. E. died in a few minutes after
Perle.straini.im Frrt rannlinrtrii W o
yesterday conveised. wilh a gentleman who
nssured us jhat on Tuesday last lie left
Baltimore, ul 0 o'clock A. Ah and walked
trom ttience to Ulauensburg, Irom Uladena
btitg to Upper Marlborough, and from Up
virr Mnrl hfirnlltth In tlila tvfiinh Un
j-- ' ' o " . . . . " ....... .v
reached at ten minutes before seven o'lock
the same evening thus walking a distance
of 63 miles in. less (han thirteen consecutive
hours? The pedestrian is well known in
uaiumore ana ine aujoining counties, which
lie irequenuy visits ior protessionai pur
nnca Wit nnoirUi I Y a nUnwA nn Avlnn
dinary feat, and worthy of being publicly
recurueu. xrui. mi.
Snow Banks in Mav Tho Northamn
ton Gazette says. 'One of our friends was
out at Wcslhatnpton a week ago on Satur
day, 17th May, and seeing a tree marked
at a considerable height from the ground,
innuricd what it-was for. The answer was
that it was the exact height of a snow bank
two months previous. Our friend, then, on
a snow bankour feet deep, measured from
its surface to (lie mark, and found it to be
sixteen feet. So that the snow bank was
originally twenty feet high Another fact.
TJie driver of the Uummington stage states
that on Thursday, 19th May, he passed
over a snow bank in ine roau to riainnelu,
five feet detp:
On the night of Thursday the 1st of
June. Summer!) there appears to have
been a frostjn almost every direciion. From
Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts,
.and other New Nngland Stales we have
places so severe as to injure tender vegelu
-J - It. n i kt mw.
iioTi especially, la uocnester, n. x., on
the morning of the same day light fall of
snow, and in Baltimore and in this city,
there was a slight snow squall at about six
A M' I- . CM I .
iu. in suiug Jul la ui iwaasaciiuseus ice
was found in the morning The New
York and Jerscv papers say that bush
beans, Lima beans, cucumbersjegg plants
and tomatoes wore killed, unless in shelter
cd places, and even the potato tops were
much cut. The fruit is generally too far
advanced to be injured.
In somo parts of this State the frost on
the first of the present month, has killed
at . I n
mo corn, oome oi me larmcrs, as we
learn, were ploughing it up on Saturday
The tops of the growing poialoss, for one
or two inches, are 'bitten' black. Beans
and peas have also suffered, Reading
rottsville, and other interior poinis make
the same report. Wo have, so far, heard
of no frost south of Washington.
Uuoii looking back, wo find thai in lftlft
ihere was a frost every month during the
year, we tiavo now entered the sixth
month of this year, and have so far imitated
V fl 1 s franca. .
ioiu. in loao mere was irost in Juno,
In the middle of May, last year, there wjs
a heavy frost which killed the fruit. But
this is the only year in eighteen years, in
Which there has been a heavy frost in June.
The fact of the snow fall; last week, how
ever slight, recalls the well knovn prophecy
of Lorenzo Bow, who a number of years
-since, said tliat in 1843; there would be no
'King in England, no President in the
JUnited;Slates, and snow it June. Every
item of this 'guess' by a little straining can
be made to appear; but then it involves, a
icun-sti-too tional question.' Little Vic is
aio King, is John Tyler President, or Mr.
"J'yier, Vice President, acting, fcc?
NEW FINANCIAL SCHEME.
A, correspondent in Washington whose
occasional letters have given hints of com
ing events, or hints which seemed to pre
vent certain contemplated acts, writes to us
Air. Sriflnrpr tins a ornnit antipmn nf ft.
nance and circulation on foot, to issuo ten
millions of Treasury notes, all $50; all re
deemable at different banks in tho large
cities, which are to be made deposito banks,
The plan is fixed and settled, and it is inten
ded as a movement nirsiinst a United Stains
Bank by giving a circulation to the country
: it... r .. . i r- . .
u iiiu lunu ui uieir iiuies. orcai iinj)
tani'fl M nll'.irhPfl In it iv Ihn I I'lliihn!
a political; move, and it w)ti probably
the nucleus' on which' to ,jjuilq,a
political machine embracing discounts a
xciunges, Kc-U, o. Uasolto,
THE SPECULATORS IN STGClCS.,
I lie speculators Wlm ipiapil hn, r
iale fltoi'k. Ilnllpr llm
demand for'ii by subscribers to the,, Dela
ware Diyislon ol tho Pennsylvania CantI
would greatly advance its price, have boen.
sorely taken in by tho adjournment of the
Comissioners, and tho failure to proceed
with the subscription. Most of the largo
operators in Stale stock for a month past,
were persons who relied upon seing it to
thoso who should lake slock, and by the
fall in price have lost thousands of dollars.
The failure of this speculation has thrown
a damper over others, and hence we find
(Sirard Bank shares, Vicksburg, and
other fancies also falling off not that the
one has any connection with the other as
regards their value.bul operators are alarm,
ed, and Induced to paUse in iheir career
Perhaps it is as well, that something has
occurred to check the recklessness which
the business of our Slock Board but to plain
ly said was based upon nothing substantial.
When the present panic has passed, there
is reason to suppose that all stocks of value
will rise, until tho just relationship between
capital and commodity shall be fairly estab
lished. While money can be obtained
at 4 per cent, good "stocks, liko ihosb of
Kentucky, Tennessee, &c, tho interest on
which has oyer been promply and regularly
paid, cannot long remain below par.
The Norfolk Herald states that Mr.
Cushing "will meet with great favor among
the Celestials, as his name' indicates that
he L of the Chinese descent. The name
originally Cow iSAm.afterwards S'u Shing
and has been Anglecised into Cushing.
FOURTH OF JULY, 1843.
Temperance Celebration in Wilkes barre.
BY a resolution of the 'Pollard and
Wright Temperance Association of Wilkes
barre,' it is proposed to celebrate the com
ing Anniversary of American independance,
by holding a Mass Temperance Convention
in Wilkesbarre. Tcmpetance societies, and
ineinendsol lemperance, in Ltizerne and
me aujoiningi counties, are respecllulty in
viicd to. attend in mass, if practicable, and
if not by representation The assistance of
several distinguished speakers expected;
and it is honed that a hcnrfiVinl ilnmiutelrn
lion may be made in behalf of this good
The order of exercises, which it is design
ed to make as pleasant and interesting ac
possible, will be announced in dun liinn.
Friends of teroperance'.will you give one
uay 10 me advancement ol piiilalilliropy
and benevolence to the promotion of a
ciuse which has forits sole object the com
torianu uappinoss oi manKino.
jy l n
J HI hair cannot erow whiln ill rnnu
are cioggeu wiin scurf and dandruff, any
more man the tree can flourish whose iruuk
and branches are encrusted with moss and
canker. Scurf and dandruff are paussd hv
suppressed perspiration, and are a re r tain
sign that the vessels of lite scalp require
Invigorating so as to enable them to throw
offihe moisture which now dries and hard
ens on the surface of the skin. We know nf
nothing that will dp this half bo effectually
as jayne a tiuir Jontc, which by promot
ing the' health v circulation nf ilip hloorl and
strengthening tho vessels of the skin, keeps
U.I... ! - - .. . ri .
mo nuir anvays in a perieeuy ueatiiiy stale
lam Chokinsr! 1 am WliDl-inr! snid n
.8.1. :?..! ..... .... . .. .-".: .
bick irienu wnom vre visued tne oiherday.
He lay on what he supposed to .be his death
I 1 1 1 t it'. . . .
aeo. a uegiecien com nau terminated in
violent soar throat, the glands of his neck
Were swelled almost to minnnntrnn his
pulse was quick and iriegular.his face flash
ed with fever, and hi flesh liko, burning
coal, a mass ol coapu ated mucus had
caliiered in his throat, anil thn nnUn nf U
breathing resembled what is called the death
rattle, for which his medica advisers had
undoubtedly mistook it. We bmln hi m nnl
despair, and having before witnessed the
extraordinary enectt of rir. Jnvni.' Kmp
torant in nulmonarv nffpniinnn.
a bottle of it, which we administered as fast
as tne almost strangled suflerer was ab e to
ii i. i. . . ... .
swanow u. in an nour aner laKing the
first dose our friend could breath freely.
I he phlegm and mucus was dislodged from
the mucus mcmbrance to which it had ad
hered and was expecloratsd in large masses
leaving the trachia perfectly free. Within
two weeks the patient was well. Jayne's
Expectorant is no less efiicacinua in -ipiiIa
rlifliimillom In.n in ilioann.n nf '.La
iivuHi.iiqiii ...wi. an uiaiiilba U lliv IfUI'ilU
nary organs. For sale at
JUUN K. MOYEKS, Bloomsburg.
it.'iuk lVote tiiiy
Eihlbltliig ffio value of Dank Jotcs in PliilaJ.
Thoso maiked. with ft are hot generally pur
chased by tho brdkora In Philadelphia. -
rlnladd; banks par Virginia banks 3
U. S. bank notea, 43 dis Whcellnc banks 1
lai New Yoiik
liar ''"y "anka t"
l emu Ward, &e
' Most of tho country bka
pari 110 6n'0'
par I Nryr Jn'nsEr.
par Mechanics & Atanuftic
parl tdrdrs' bank ut .'i'rbli
iBank of Penn tp.
Farm, bk Bucks co
Farm, bk Rending
Berks co bk
1'ottsvillo Miners bk
Lancaster co bk
Farm, bk Lancas.
" post notes
Wayncsburg p, n.
Bank of Delaware
Wilm'gln & Bran
par! ton ,
par Princeton bank
par Bank at Camden
1 Cumberland bank
70 Mount Holly
par Salem banking co
85 New IIopo brjdgo
5 Trenton bkg, comp
4 Other banks
I Farmers' fc Mechanics
bank of New Bruns-
1 widk' and all othcra
1 brokn and no sale.
4 Baltimore nka
45 Mineral bank
g' Cohens' notes
n Franklin bank
o'Fredcrifk co bk
Ball. Ohio Rail
Road notes 25
Distiuct or ,Colcm.
2 Farm. & Mcchnu
I All others broke.
par Ohio bank's 3
parlflrokcn banks generally
pat no sale.
THAT I liavo nurclmseil at rnnsfnMn nln n (l.n
monertv of Aaron Bender nnn vnVn nf .ir-rm nr,n
nloueh. o ie harrow: one- slpJ. iwn nrrpa n,t.o-t in
Ihe g-ound, five acres rye in tho giound, two acres
oam in uicgrounu; two aim a nan acres corn in llio
giound; grass on the g'Wndj and havo left the
samo in his possession dpnng my pleasure of which
the public will tako notice.
Juno 10, 1813. 7.
ALL persons are etulioncd ncainst pur
chasing a note of hand, dated June 1, 1813,
payable six months after date, forTliirtcen
Hnllnrct mid TtTlv npnli' (ilvnn tttr mo In
Elijah. Kobbin8. as Miave received' no'valuo
r..m l'K. . ' 'lll
iui in odiim, ,aiiu ...eiiuii iuiusu -io nay
unless compelledbyilaw . .
.i- v rn HENRY H IGUT,
Juno 10, 1843.--7;
Relief notes of Ienn Tuwnship, Moyamcnsing,
Manufacturers and ilochanics, Lcwistowil.Bcrks
County Erie, Northampton, Towanda, Wilkes
barrc and West Branch banks. , 44 a 0
iitUburg banks, Columbia Bridge Co. Farmers
bank of Lancaster. 4 j a 5
Pennsylvania Bank, Mechanics bank of Phila.
Aorlhern Liberties Delawaro County: Chcstci
ouniy, Uermantownj and "'armeis bank of
uuckb uount-. Dar
Other ReliefNotcs " 4$ 0 5
M IIjJLGKO VJ
A STATE jfiri35T0d-
Of the amourit of Real-and Persdnal property, In, the sercral townli,p iu tljtoi.rity of Columbii,
made lakabltj by. Uic laws ,of this Commonwealth for. Btato and coUnty purposei together with tlie
snm totat'pt State and county' tax assessed in each' township in said county, for tho year A. 1). 18-13
of Roal &
Stato 'lax for
Blqom, . ,
; 99,5 70'
Danvilia, May, 19, 1843,
A two story Frumo
& LOT;situatcd on'Jlain lrcet;opposit6 St.Paul'g
Church Bloomsburg. Encpii'ro of tho' feubscri
bcr MATH US SHIPMAN.
A well finished npw
Enquire' of" ;
Bloomsburg, May '27, 1843. -
3450 1 815.67 I 808.29
240Q 801,5(5 861,30
476 I 026.02 803.01
1340 713,97 009.73
474,9 1 370,68
JOHN B. EDGAR.
lift, informs his friends
and the travelling public m
, general, that ha has taken
-1 ; it'.i.i .!....
iuu uuovu iiuivi 'Miuaiu 111
tho centre of tho town of
fntltvtac.t.f !rtlt,mlun rnllfiA
fv Pn linrt fnrmftW ncrilnU.
cd by D. Clark. Where .he wilt be happy to. wait
upon thoso who will favor him with their cuetolti
The 7otcl is largo, and commodious and well
furnished throughout, and no pains will bp spared
to render general satisfaction,. .
His table will, be furnished with thu best the
country can afford.-
His Bar is well' stored with tho' best of liquorJ.
Excellent stabling is attached to tho establish
ment and careful and attentive hostlers aro' always
Cattawissa, May 13, 18433. ,
IS hereby siven. that T hnv m-Mi-ieerl
at private sale; of Elias.Sm'ith tho' following'
JlJ'aliiNl 3L SlSS Jj. j '..u.u ouic, ui i,iu3.kjuiiui mo iciiowing-
FROM Nortlmmhcrlnn,!. Will r,,, i,r-u property: 7 acres of corn in the nrnurid:
Bloom on his way to and froiii. Wilkcibarre sever- 2 acrrs of oats in tho ground; 1 acre ol po,
al limes in tho course of'thoyear, and If any pet- taloes in llio ground; 1 acre of flax in this
nun is desirous of his professional services, they can ground; and 1' this spring colt; all of winch
"'S Mr. Webb, or ut Mr. I have left in his possessjon during my
Way 27, 1843-5. pleasure- JOHN STUCKER-
May 18; 1843. 4
THAT vre have purchased at constabM sala tit
. . . vwholou.u Baia na
IX piirsuince of an order of tho Orphan's Court J ftQPCTty ?f G,corBe eno bay horse, one
nf RnlmiiM!i .m. .i., -.,f....i... .1.-v. " ... .''ay maro and colt, ond two hoisn wnn-rr. .
line ftubscriucrs havintr nilnl nn if, r'A-nn
I ING MACH INKS tviili VT.'VV fi a tra
. - ...... ..i.., uuiijoinu
made a number of improvements in tho machines,
. .. . . wvriiun owi i in M-..nt di .f ..... .t . .. orcaK. one iron kettle, two
rauorv m tie county. If nnv rw-t-.m i.rl'n.,i.. . ' "iuau' lowiismn ivoiumDia county, au. . u- -0-, t mi um
good wiol. and ZZk i aHW: jo ininglands of Daniel Force, Daniel Mc&rty. !.?,"e,slln.d.2rS ourpleasuro of which
pay a fair price for it. ' f J " l;UwarJ Cavance and Ym. J. Ikeler; containing imu"u
UT Ml ...... ....... Tt. n . . . . IJlKl
.lay of Juno nextt 1Q o'clock In- tho forenoon , vmY' , v""af0 "cm."' one acro of w''eat
. William J.Ikelcr Administrator, tcu of Jacob, Ale, I" ,v BroUnd,' ,ne manl 0 'oc.k' 0,10 hedstcad and
! late of Mount Pleasaht township in said county l)eud'n8t no desk, one wind mill, one cutting boj.-(
d deceased, will osposo to sale by public Vendue T c?" harrotvt thrcosct of waggon harness, one
upon tno I'remlses, a certain tract of land sHuato ," "?ree waSSn, one f!a
in Mount Pleasant township Columbia county, ad? break'.16. ,ro" ketl.le' 'f0. hoSe- and. have left the
We will receive" wool nt dir. (V,llr.,.!r,
once a week, and return it when rfmihi..!.'
On ilondays Kaufman's store. Mnntmr
Donaldson and E. B. Reynolds store. DnnvilU
Tucsdars livpr Xr. H..nw. i,.. ii .-.i
MoiiUUi.Wiiarraans uauwav Iiouse. How.
v.....-.' f:tl it.: i. " '
u.uu 9 .filll, illlcrcrOCK.
cunesdnvs Mnm mill nn.l ATI.-..l . n-.i
mill, Hemlock, Shoemaker's store, Buckliorn, Bi-
sci s store, Jcrseytown.
r rmavs iiagcuuucli's Tavern Scid ctown John.
son s, Orangovillc, Uaniel I'ee'lers. Flsliinm.rk
Henry Uittenbendors, Cambria, andllodson's mill,
(TrPlainlv written ilirerlinno
each parcel, that no nustako may bo made.
Mdlgrovc, Bloom tp: Juno 17, 1813,
Opposite the Town Hall,
POTTS V1IXE PA.
O ESPECTFTLLY announces
mjb to the travelling community
that lie has teken tho largo and splen
did Citablishment, tho E"xciiAsi,r.
Hotel, situated at the1 eorner of Piniiri. on.i r..i
lowhill streets, nearly opposito tho Town Hall, m
thn linrnimti Hf Ptfc..t(la ...lilnl. I .1 ... t '
. w.vU.. w. . ..win., inm-uniw ul-uii iiiorougu
ly repaired and materially improved for tho apcom.
modatlon of visiters. Thn tlnlpl a fni,. r-..
n Ll IIUI1L
on Gcntro st. and olio Hundred and thirty eight feel
on Callowhill, three stories, high; it is admirably
provided with Parlors, Sitting Uwruj, Reading
. , 0,. v.,.. -,u oWUUS
lllpafinnt ftnil rnnvpnlpnt T!tnlnwT?.ni,. tnll,nM ....
t ' &..ww.,. ,.. .uu buuuiry
a now and supcrior Bathing EstablUhnumt; a id
every convenience and comfort to render it in all
respects a most desirable iotcl.
No pains or expense will be spared lo furnish tho
Table and Bar with tho best that lm and tho
Philadelphia Markets afford; and with a dctcrmiua
tionto.dovoto his entire personal attention to tho
comfutt and accommodation of thaso who mayfavor
ilim Vvilh 11 call: nidt'd liv nntivp. rnrnfnl mul nl.li;....
servants, ho hopes to givo general sasisfaction.
rjuyrtiu i-Artiiiijr. wisntug to visit this
hicrhlv interesting and heahliv Coal nminn iin i,
provided wjth l'arlors and Cliambers, which ho
icon conijuent wit please tiioniostiistidious,
(Tr-Tho Stnhlinir attached, la In rrrnflinl well in
structed, and suneriutended bv cxnerionrd nn.l
attentive Ostlers, Horses and Carriages may be
had at any tinio,to.convey persons to apy part of
the comifry. .."'...,
I' J " ' ' ' . vy it , UUUV U
and from.tho Dopot, to meet tho Cars, for tho 'ac-comluo'datlon-
of peVkons travelling on tho Jlail
Road. No chiiiCofnr nmnihna far,. In inia.ir,..! .
i'athvilie, Juno 10, 18137.
and ono hundred and two perches of land, about
furtV folir of TOllM-.h ?rt f-lnnro.l li.n.1 1.. i ,
-rf - . " i'ui nu DUllll-
nigs on llio promises, Ia(p the Ustato of-said deceaa.
...1 I.. . I.J.. i iw
JACOB EYRRLY, Clerk.
'Danville, May 12, 1813.
BIoomtp.ilay20; 1313- 4.
cd, situate In tlio towiiship of Mount I'leasant and 7,ut;Pul)he are hereby notified that 'the sub
county aforesaid. scriber has pucha?ed, at Constable SaIo,ApriI Sfith
tipnn ppbt w -., . ? 1S13, the followinsr nrnnortv. nM ll.r. ... ...
Benjamin Hummel, Fishing Creek township, qno
gray horse ono bay mare, two sets horeo gcofV
bridles and collars, one wind-mill, one cillingboxi
one plough, one patient lock, ono harrow, ono
"m,. ... jvuib uu,uuu uraiiti ciock, ono log chahl
incivo acres or
OJlUk is hereby given that letters of admin- seven acres olwheat m tlio ground, twelve i
isiitiiiun .y.i.ii;ivii m.pn rr. iim (n .i.n rvn in inn irrAiim whi.h r I . ... . . .
bcr on the i estate of ; possession during-my pleisuro, of which tho rmifr. '
ELIZABETH -WAGONER, will tako notice. , - 1
lato of Roaring creek township, In tho county of SAMUEL W, AMAN.
Columbia deceased. All persons indebted to said Aptil, 29th. 1431-
cstato are hcieby required lo come forward without ' '
delay and settle their respective dues. Those having 'H' rvtcvT-vr7c tvv t
demands on sa d cstuln nrn nv,m.u . 5 OilSIV'S KrGat Wncf.
.-iuv.oh.m n.' I'tuaviib ' w
Tlllllnil.T . .
iv,uoi.i i Adm'r.
May 6, 18132
Compounded entirely of fegelable Sub
stances: Free from Calomel and all
ft-fnl llin f,t
ut . . . j.."nf y...'"'-u,"",-'u"usun.
ti pursuuncooi an oruerot mo Urptian s Court nvuuen anu iruij surpnting success andpopulaii
of Columbia county, on Saturday tho tenth day ty- ee larS hills,
of Juno next, at ten o'clock in the aficrnoou Peter . It is' recomrriended as a general cathartic Tor fam
Girtonaml AlichaclHartman Administrators &c. 'y use in dyspepsia and all bilious disease, it ia
ui iiueiiaei iianmau late oi Jackson township in wvaiuauic lor asinnia it u fonsidcrcd a specifio
said couuty.doccaacd, will oipofce to sale by public no case having yet occurred which it' lias failed to
Vendue upon the Premises, a certain tract "of land cuio for common colds, inflammaloly diseases
situate in Jackson township, adioinintr lands of rheumatism. oflVctions of the liver. &c.nndfnr r,.
Humphrey Parker, Benago IVkor, Robert Lockait males, it is a 6afoand excellent remedy.
and others containing about ' K.Tr nmt,-nm .
K, From lion. Robert Mondl, Circuit Judize ( Six,
thwo is a Logouso andnLog Barn onthopiemJ r v. ...
iscs, about soventy acres of cleared land whe(con is Col I onlr T)n,r , . r ,1' . t ; l112'
an aim o orchard: lain tho Ratal., nf i.i aLJ', .. ol. l.onglcy Dear 5r: I thankyou for the hot
.ituath the own,h.p of ' Jackson and n tiS? 1
.. . ; """iu jurinyscu, anu
in lllv f.llnllv. nnt! nm w. cali.nn.l i . - . e
, , , - ,. . v ."".ii. iuu gam una
JACOB EYERLY Clerk.
ZJanvillc, May 17", 1813.
" NEW TURNING
On Fishing Creek, at Isaiah Coles
Sugarloaf township', Col co.
valuable medicine. I have found'it the best remedy
forbillmis attacks, to which I am subject, that I
' havo used. My neighbor, to whom I loaned your
medicine speaks of it as -great relief in dyspepsia.
our Ob't.,Sery't. ROfl'T. MONL!I,L.
From Doct. Bllas Wcstt ofBinghamion.
Mr. Lbnclev t)edr Sir: I hnvn iic,t n... is .
THE subscriber informs tho miblic ihar he hB Western Indian Panacea in mv familv.,iii,ll,. .. .
put up a shop at tho above place, for the pUrposc'of P-'atedly prescribed it for patients undermy caro and
turning waggon hubs, and all kinds of wood work. Bf" satisfied that it isahvaVs a safe.and in vcry'mo
AIsol iron mill spindles, and gudgeons, &c., and I1? ca.s03 an '""aluablo medicine. It operates us -i
copper and brass of every decription. All kipds.ImllV0 witltouj nausea, or pain;and while it ift'ec
of produce Will bo 'taken ir. payment, but no cVcdit "r1111 ohviates costivenesa ucts upon the stomaih
given. ,r' .' " ' ' and 1'veros an alternative, corroctlng-.acidity, and
Two or threo journeymen, who understand 'iii tteEtortng the healthy condition of those' organs
shing chairs and beadstcads willfind'cmploynient. VCry respectfully yours, VWEST