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SATURDAY MGR., OCT. 13, 1810.
Potatoes I I'otatoci! !
Mr. S A. firmly. the Proprietor of the K
chang Hotel, yelerd) leceneun pieseiil from
Mr. Cileb tUitou, J.,uf 5 Potaioc. which weigh
ed 3fJ lbs.
ffrJ-TiuConN Cr. v.Tit Mig islown Wedge
ikvi j Many of I ho larnien in thin region art- very
giecably lurprised to find that the corn cropt aie
much belter than ihey txpected, considering the
jjieil dryness of the neasoii.
5-5- Lom. SsNrrsut -The tmgro retry Gc.l
convicted iu Kent county, (Md.,) court, of
murder in the cond degree, in killing negro
Jaka Caulk, wai sentenced on Friday 21st ult
I id be confined in the penitentiary 14 yearn and 10
fjch "What's the state ol moral in your dis
llrict." aaiJ a long Uced reformer to a farmer,
L ha recently visited town. "Pretty good," replied
th fanner ; "every h-idy sectns disposed to mind
14 in own besiue- ill ourpirts."
I (t The Mt tire at Owcgo.on the 27th ult.,
(iLiiu)ed the printing office of the ()ego Mver
thrr and the Oego Uavlte. There was no in
iirnc.e. The proprietor! aie busy repairing their
loWx. The office ut I he Ti.ga Freeman alone
ciaped the fl noes. BeiuS e 8UPP0je
it vh'ao lewdelruetibl8
(jdj-The U.S. Attorney General, Hon. Rever
dy JBohnsoil, in confined to his residence at Wash
ingBon, by a severe attack of pleuiisy.
Me J.-tTerson K. Ileckman, Esq., the Collector
on the Delaware Divisnn.st Easton, Fa., passed on
Satu'.daylast.inboats-the tolls, exclusive ol
dravr-buk, amounting to $19o2.
Bit by n Snnhe.A young man named George
Kellar, of Union townhip, Berks county, was bit
ten bjy a rat'lesnake, a few days since, under these
cirrunhstsnres; In endeavoring to kill the snake,
it had .nearly disappeared in the crevise of a rock
when fje attempt to cut off its rallies and in doing
wn 'bit on the finger. With, remarkable pies
ece of,' mind he immediately cut out the bitten
put anjd wound astring tightly round the finger to
prevent the circulaiion of the poison though his
KViteiiii The bandage was afterwards cut loose,
ami th hand and arm soon became enormously
wolle i but by medical aid he was afterwards cu
red. Singular Obituabt.
The iMlnwing singular obituary notice appears
in the Athens (G-i.).Measenger;
"He was the father of eleven sons, five of the
,nM having married five sisters. He had also one
hundred and eighty-nine greatgiand children:
ndat his funeral two weeks ago lat Sabbath.
two how teere Hung to death by
another lamt near losing hi UJebyht mine-
r-The people of Texas have resolved, by a very
large iiuj 'rity to amend ihe Constitution of their
B V Q.V 1 z :
'The man recovered of the bite,
It was the dug thai died."
1 am his highne-s' dog at kew ; '
Prnv tell me sir whose dog are you.
In thi insinuation of Mr. Pope, there
in, perhaps, as much truth as poetry ; and
I am often inclined to the opinion, that
there am in this country, some tings that'
do not w-lk on four Ic-th. Both kinds, are,
without doubt, puhlic nuisances. Dr.
Franklin says, "What maintains one vice,
would hiiui; np two chilren." I beg leave
to amend, by crossing out the word "vice"
and iuHerting tur," merely for the pres
ent iec;.sinn, lor both the "sayings" are as
true us preaching.
1 was led into this fit of "musing" by a
-fight 1 saw" not long ago, during a jaunt
into the country. Passing by rather a
qua'td ii nd neglected house, which, never
theless might have been made pretty by a
little, a very huh' attention; I observed
round about the door a half dozen ragged,
dim- looking children, anil at least half as
many t-h'ck, fat. lazy good-for-nothing
dogt. As soon as the sound of the buggy
struck their ears, they wetc all heels over
head over the fence, and setting to in reg
ular fashion, one behind the buggy, one at
si e ami one before the horse, kept up
a sort of i ler ml music, very much resem
bling that described by Mi'ton in his "Par
Ji would be a national blessing if the
Philadelphia l)oir killers would condescend
lo lake si journey through the country, and
hoot two iliirds of the dogs in it, and cut
the tails off of the remaining third, close be
hind llicir cam. It ii not meet to i;,kn the
children bread and cast it to the dogs.
Where one d g is tieeissarv, twenty-five
are a deceided nuisance. A "liig dog" I
have no objection to, if be k'i'A - his place;
but these mean, contemp'i.'!. . in-ionilicant,
snarling, snappinir. barking "7.7c curs,"
1 do aboini'iate. I would as soon walk the
it-rets with a newspaper or a dish cloth
niined to mv coat tail, as to be followed
t;'n sinre, taepro and parlour, by a rlinv
'I'tlr cur dog.
ftr-W call the attention of the public to the
advertisement of Messr. John l:. HAKih u. v .
of Philadelphia, in another column. The we
frmm f.ui I.ihff Oil. sdvestised by them, is re
commended by the highest medical authorliies of
University College, London, and numerous emin
ent physicians of this eo unlry, md has proved ol
1... ualiu. It. m.irlv all case of colisump-
iliu jirun... . v
i;..,. iii..,.tmofthelunirs. where il has been
used. The article, we are assured by men who
rini0, does not belong to the class usually renom
inated ;in7fHi or quack medicines, but is of in
trinsic value for the purposes indicated.
QiJ-The great "Whig" Protective Tarifl Pres
ident Gjnei.il Taylor has just bought an imported
carpet for the White House in place of the dom
ettie one Mr. Polk used .'
STOKE FOK SALE.
rilllK undersigned about lo relinquish tl.esti re
keeping business in llloomshuru, oilers his
entire STUdv OK (JOODS, for s.de at a bargain.
I he Store Houe in which they ore kept, can
be rented, on application to B K. Rhodes, Ksij.,
(hi-l'hi allmiN ii.oil oimorluuilv toanv per-
r - - - . i ...
son wishing lo engage in the Mercantile buoness.
r I'.LIA IV.AII.S.
Blooir.Hbuig.Oct. 13, 110.-31.
$10 HE WAR I).
"I7"AS ", 1,in ,1'"m lll' "' the subscriber
I III 'Jeiitre to'.vnsliip, Liilom- jpjpj
Oil COUO'V, (Ml J II II I !,t.d,T IIIKH(,"I,T
11th of October, lb l'J, a dark IKOA
Sixecn bancs high, about lour years o.d ami ve
ry gentle in use.
The above reward of 10 will be given for
the rc. very of saiil burse, it stolen, iin.i ihe con
lininent ol the thirl in the county jail : or il only
strayed away, the finder shi.ll he sell u warded.
AN'IJKKW KB HAS.
October 13, lSfl!. (Adoress lierwick, Pa.)
Iy virtue ol a writ of venditioni exponas to
) me directed will be exposed to pudlic sale
i the old Court House, in Danville, on Friday
the 2d day ol'Noveti.bur Hex at two o'clock in the
All that certain lot or piece of ground,
situate in North Danville bounded on the North
by lilooiiisburg street on the South by an alley on
the east by ferry street and on Ihe Wet by lot No.
S, being the lot niaiked No. 'J, on Alexau. Mont
gomery's plan ol Noilh Danville, whereon is a
hirge two story brick house and a one and a-half
story frame duelling house with a basement story,
one frame slable and other oui-buiUings, ttiih
' All tl'at pice or parcel of land, situate
in Mahoning township, adjoining Church street
on the West, i he Pennsylvania Canal on the South,
land of llavwood k Snyder on the Kast, land ol
Sarah H.Sechler on the North c lining between
lour and live acres with the appurtenances.
All the right title and interest of defen
dant being an undivided moiety or hall part ol a
certain trart ol land situate in Valley township,
adininini' land of Thm: Yol ks, Joe.h Mans, and
others, containing 2'l acres more or less, whereon
is erected a double lug-house with the appurtcn.
All the interest of the defendent of, in, to,
and out ol the several pan els of land sold by Alex
ander .Montgomery to Joshua Slctler, C. W. Chil 's
and M. Snyder, containing together about lUleen
acres, defendant's intiest th-iein being ihe riijht
and privilege of mining and taking away all iron
ore therefrom, held by defendant j.i.nlly with A.
Seized, taken in execution and to be told as the
nroncrlv ol David P. Davis, bv
' ' P.KNJ. DAYMAN, Slur iff.
Sheriffs Office. (
Bloniiisburg, Oct. 13, M'.). S
"iMJHE FKESH COl) LIVEIi OIL.
This new and valuable medicine, now ned by the
medical profession with such astonishing ef
ficacy in the core of pulmonary Con
sumption, Scrofnl i, Chronic Rl.ni
malism. (!out,tercral Debility,
complaints of the Kidneys
&.c , is prc'ired IVoin
the liver of the Cod
Fish for medicinal
use, expressly for
Extract fiom the London Mtdical Journal.
"C. J. B. Williams, M. D., F. IX. S., Profes
sor ol Medicine in University College, London,
Consulting Physician to the Hospital for consump
tion, ic, say ': 1 have prescribed the Oil in a
hove tour hundred cases ol luherrniom disease of
Ihe LunKs, in different Hnges, which have been
under my care the last two years and a half. In
the large nuin'irr of cases, ."Jo out ol 23 1, i's u-e
was followed by marked and mw ipiivoci.l linprov
riient, varying in degree in dilierent cast s, Iroin
a temporary retardation of h progress ol the dis
ease and a miiiaa:ion ol i!ilrevsiiig symptoii:s, up
lo a more or less complete restoration lo apparent
"The effect of the Cod Liver Oil in most of these
rases was very remark ibl". Ku;n in a lew days
the cough was initiated, the expectoration di
minished in ipiantity and opacity, tne nighlswents
ceased, the pulse became slower, Mid i f better
volume, and Ihe appetite, ll.s'n and strcnglhwere
"In conclusion, I repeal mat toe pure irrli ml
from the Liver of Ihe Cod imorc beneficial in the
treatment of Pulmonary Consumption than a::
au'ent, medicinal, dieteiic or regtmtnul, that has
yet bee;i employed."
Awe have made arrangements In procure Ihe
Cod liver Oil, fresh from head rpiut tt-i t. it can
now he had rhemieallv pure by the single bottle,
or in boxes of one dozen each
Its wonderful efficacy ha induced Miinrroin
xpnriom imitation. As its success depends en
tirely on its purity, loo much care cannot he used
in procuring it genuine.
F.verv hntilo having on it out written signature,
rrnv be depended upon as genuine.
I Pamphlets containing an nnsly-is ol the Oil,
with notice of il fmni Medical Journals, will he
ent to those w ho address us tree of postage.
JOHN C. HAKKR & CO,
M'holennle A ia'C'"'-' Ctirmitt.
100 North Third Street, Philadelphia.
Oct 13, 1 S l .l Cm.
In Lewisbiirg, on Thursday morning. Anna
Maria, wife of Dr. T. A Thornton, aged 2'.
In Salem, on Saturday last, Mr. F.L1JA1I
Doan, aged ahout S3 ; and on the following cay.
Sabah, his wife, aged about 70. Moth were bu-
rirt in nni 'inn. Inr in Ai lib are not I ir 1 ' P'1
Py the Rev, D. S. Tobias, on the Dili inst., Mr.
John Dkmliv, to Mis Mahy Ann Ghaham,
Ily Rev. C. II. Day.on the 'Jlst of August, Ml
pKi'ta Whiik, to Miss Sahah Ann Mki.icii,
both of Mount Plensnnt.
Ry the aame, Sept 23d. Mr. Clahk MsniL, of
Ruckhorn, to Miss Anoalink lUtse, of Robrs
burg. Ry the fame Sept. 2.0th, Mr. John II. Dr.wrrr
to Miss Caholink S. John, both of Light St.
In Salem on the 3d instant, by the Rev. I.
Rahl.Mr. Wm. II. Harris, to Miss Susannah
On the 27th Ult., by Rev. T. Mitchell, Mr.
Israel Staumbach, to Miss Mar Winnkh,
both of Danville.
"17'AS s,"ll'M fl0m iheS:hu ,.f
) tne Subscriber, in Mahoning
township, near Danville, lail night,
the 12 inst,
A ULACK HOItSl'
He is about 12 or 11 yean old, near 10 hands
high, right hinJ-leg white ill) to or abov th ..a-.
ture joint, was marked with the swingle-trees,
is unshod behind and has heavy main and tail.
fr- P'-'t) leward, will he paid for the conviction
of Ihe thief and the return ol Ihe horse: or, $15
inr inc. recovery olsanl horte.
D. M. FOX.
Mahoning twp., Col. ro., Oct. 13, lM'J.
LIST OF LETTERS,
)FM -IMNO in the Post Odice, at Rluoms-
V burg, Sept. 30lh, 1SI0.
Hei nclioi I, I noli, as
B'irel. field. V.'m II.
lilaine, J R. Lsq ,
Hooll, Ii. V.
Cannain, James W.
Clark, 11. C.
Dde, Albeit O.
Fry, 11. H. & co.,
Heilftan, Flias F.sq.,
Jones, Thomas (ship)
Linle, Mips E
Lvden, John (ship)
M ar kill, Joiiu
Mod. kui, chly. John
M'.iry, Casper Kn.,
M'Ai in trie Miss S. M.
Madden, A. J.
Ni.-liel , Kliziheth
boii..:!.i r, john
Sellers, W. J. Esq.,
Savits, Willi Jin
Tagg.ii I. h iai.kliii
Willi s. John
Willson, James D.
Wild, Thomas (ship)
fj:3- Persons applying Inr letters on the above
list w ill please say they are adveitised.
j. m: chemj!I'.f;lin, r. m.
Li( nr(sr:uil Jurors.
FOIt NOVEMBER TERM, 1849.
Heaver Charles Michael.
llloom Jacob Oarietsou, Thos. Fair
man, Iiewis II. Matisr.
Uriarereck Isaac Yoeum.
Caltawissa Jonan Price.
I Jerry Thomas Kobison, John Stci
ner. Franklin J. II. Vought, Jacob Kus
tenborder. Greenwood Ilrnry Kilehen.
Hemlock V'tniah Heesc,
Liberty Wm. Maddon.
Maine Jonathan liitlenbcnder.
Madison Wm. Harder.
Mahoning Thos. Jamison, James U.
Milllin Christian Miller, Jacob Yohe.
Montour Elias Dielerich.
Orange John Neyhard, Jacob Snyder.
Stiffarloaf-David Goulder, l'eterLatibach.
TItA VEIiSE JUKOKS-FIIIST WEEK. !
Heaver Isaac I'etil, Isaac Davis, Jacob j
Bloom John K. Girton, John Jacohy, i
Charhs II. Doebler. i
Hriarcreek Leonard .Sjionenberger.
Centre John Siller.
Derry Jacob Hiddle.
Fishingcreek Hiram IIcss, John Pil
ner. Hemlock John McHey nobis.
Limestone John S. Follmer, William
Mutchart, John Fulton.
Liberty Davis Wilson, John Clark.
Maine Hndolpb Slinman.
Malionin?; George Leibricli. David Hob
erts, Kdwaid Tinney, George McAlpin.
Montour William (!. (uick, Joseph
Mouser, John Hoycr.
Mountpleasant Andrew Meltck, 2d.,
Win. J. Ikfder.
Orange David Ilidlebrand, Geo Ilar
man. Korirltacreek Dr. F. Ii. Wolfarth.Dan
lei J,e"an. sr.
8iioarlaf Jtthn Daubach, Isaiah Cole,
Samuel Me Henry.
Valley Win. .Moore, Griffith Davis.
Heaver John .Shuinan.Simon Rrrdbrn
der Bloom-Thomas Trench.Tho. (yrivtding.
liriarcrei k-Henry C. I'reese
Cattawissa-Jacob Ki-.th r,
Cenlre.-(;ilbirl II. I'nwler, Jos. Weiss.
Derry-Daiid Cox, Wm. S. Clark, Ja
cob Crawford, Abraham Weliiver.
Fishingcreek Abr'ni Kobbius, Frrder
Ilartmati, Williiim f'rnmer.
Greenwood Daniel Mr Co wen.
Liberty -Frederick Blue, James D. Wil
son. Limestone-Samuel Caldwell, Abr'in
Madison Abraham Cool.
Mahoning Samuel Gulick. Wm. Kitch
en, Thomas Brandon, Win. Miller, Sam'l.
S. liotish, Hugh Harrison, I'eter l'if-lii'l.
Maine George W, Gardner, Isaiah ''hu
man. Milllin Wm. Mensinger, Wm '
Snmuel Creasy, John R. Ynlie,
ui i ii g tnt
idler at sin
States can c
No. F5, Arch
next to Loudon
(jj- Store alw.i
The highest e..
TRAY ED from the r
of the snliserilier, resiu
Fishingcreek town-hip. on
2-2d d:v of Seplelti'1er,a hiten,
RED MULEY COW.tr,
Any person giving ii.luruiatiou ol
October 4, 1M0-V
NEW, CHEAP AND FASIIIONARl
Clot hi n g E m p o ri u m.
rill I F su'iseriber respect fully informs his friends .
I and the puniic, that be has dissolved tne
pjiinership business and opened an entire NEW !
STOC'K OF (iOODS, fresli lium Ihe ciliis, in ihe
Cheap Clatlniijf Emporium m the same stand,
on Main Street, uiinve. the Amkkican Houff,
wheio he can heat both Jew and licnlile at sel
ling cheap tioods. Clothing, &c. Take the lul
lowing sample ol his prires :
Fine Dress or Fr-ick Coats from S'i to i'1'2
Splendid lilnii lilaek Diess Coats Hi 1H
Cuslimcielt, Alpaca and siiuiincr cloth, 3 ii
I.inneli ('o.ils ol all kinds, 1 3
Ii lark Casiiuere I'ants, 3 0
Splendcd Liinartine Pants, ti
('nttnnade and summer Cassimere, 1 4
Plain Satin Vc-ls, 2 ."I
Figured Satin vi.sts. 2 ,'i
Marseiles and Cashmere vests, I 1
Hoy's I'ants and Vests, 1 ,1
Men's Casinct Pan's. ',', .too
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
of every description, Dry, Fancy, and Maple
G001K, and a general assortment of Shirts, l!o
sums, Collars, Gloves, Suspenders, Stocks, Hand
kei chiefs, 4i,o., iVc.
(jarm ilt mailt to ortter on hhnrt nntiee,
fjrj Persons residing out of loan w ill find il to
their advantage lo pnichase clothing of him as he
is determined to put prires down so low as lo make
an object to those who come Irom a distaiiep.
Cien'lenieii don't forget lo enquire for Nalli.ins's
Cheap C'loihing Store, on Main Street, one door
above Mr. Dodder's American House, lilooins
burg. SIMON NATHAN,
n'onindmrg, O.-t. 1, SI!i
rj V. r'3rt'ierhip heretofore existing under the
firm of 1 l.iybuist and Paldv, is ihis day dis
solved by mutui'l consent, nil persons indebted tn
said fir ii e re.iues'ed to make immediate pay
ment, tn Stephen Hah'v who isfullv nothoii-ed
to receive thes;:.ne. Thoe w ho neglect this call
must not coini)! o n if they u:ceive a visit from
a pro'K-r oliiecr
v; f. mvnn;sT.
ST K Pi I F.N I1ALDY.
Pdoom-biirg, Oct. jf, I Spl.
X Ii.S. I'..ildy will attend at the SpireKnii-e,
Corner of Main and Iron Miec!, every Saturday
lor etib inent with llrisi- who rail.
Eatitc tif .Inc h Zimmerman, deceased.
irs trd legal reoivs, ii;iivi s r.f ,1 lrrvi
I loan. I to "I Mni'.in loivnhin.(.'olii ! -
lia coin. , Pa , d, ce.-sed, In il J.ici b ,'mn.er
man, Manilliti.i Zimmerman. Mirgnett i Zimmer
man, I : . I 1 1 : i 1 1 1 1 I wil.i Chailis Lacks, S.iiah
.luioiei imii inierin ii rice
nth William PiUto
(ieoig1 Zimt'i.T'e:i!i, John Zimmertii'in, R. Marg
in'! 'i.iii.eini.in inieiniailied with Charles Zonl
er. K- in . oii'i. rein iiiiennairie-l wi'h John
M iu, I'reil, ricl; Zimrnrrmu,, LuiI.m; Zimmi l
m,i!i, Christ iati Zimmerman, Margaret Xi.i. mer
man i'ii.-':n;iirii'd with Aaron Fry. and Ihe rhdd
rrn ot .la"o'i ZiuiPiern'an.hite r.f (Jeremy, d.-eei-seil.aie
hercl'V notified that in puisiiance of a writ
of p i: liiion i--ued out of the Orphans' ( ' i.rt r f
Columbia cono'v hn Ihe partition of the real es
tate of .-aid dri ea.s..d,'ilu ite in She townshin ;.f,,re-..iid.on-.is'
inv ol severil tracts of jni rrnt.iininT
in all two lomdred and ihirtv -live rten s trore or
b-ss, amonu-t the hens ami li-gil repii'pnlalives
of the said deceasr.), 1 w ill hold an Im;oi .) on said
i reir'-es, i'l il e -ii'! t.iwnsh'i" Milllin. on Tors,
day. the sixth dav N ivem'ier next, at 10 o'clock
A. iM , when and where you art inpiostod to a!
P.FVI M!N II W.MAN, SI., riff.
Sheriffs OtTirc, Cloonis'cng; )
1 more or !e
j IMIheim, P.
j TINK I V ACM 1)S o.
I are on the piouiNi
;'fy v,r .rn a .
fichard, and .
j other FM'I'I
! ffaSrspi ing of water
j Late the F.-late r,f said d
1 township of Madison, anil cn
j r.'oomshiirg, Sept :i, i..:i si
1 1'UBLIC SALE OF REAL
4 VALl'Alll.1'. FAliM will heoi
J lie salo, upoti Ine premises,
j ieiilence of Lf.onaup Lazahi's, on
DAY. the Wh iloy of .YUl'KMlillli
j The lariii contains
li20 Acres of good IaM,
of which aliout 15i) acres are cl.'ared mid ,
I stste of cultivation, The land contains a body
1IUON ORE, a bed of LIMKSTON IC, and llier
,PtJI are upnn the premises two p
jTt'rS'itdwellin.r IK) fr.s AVV. two VAh
f OJ'Mft 1 1 BP. ' "
r. a ii. '
lloirn:, with its fixtures -sJ,
ol Topper Kettles. Hogsheads, &.C., a S,M!lig
I lloiisi!, and a never-lailiiigspring of water.
The farm is in Montour township, along the
main road leading from Ploomsbnrg to Danville,
.mil is about live miles from each place.
I yjr Sa'e lo commence at In o'clock, of said
je.iy, when due attendance will be given, and j
terms made known, bv
! .Itiniaistrator with Hie will annexed.
! Montour, Sept. l lS4:i8ts.
,ir!io!iis nncltiti t'x heirs and legal rrprc
I sent alive.
VV. heiit.ind !e; d representa'ivs of Nicholas
Pi'Thart.l 'te e .MadlS'Ui tn .Colundiia rc.unly
i .'.occ-iseii. are lipreny nohiied mat ny virtue ol a
! ivri ol partition and valuation isued out of the
Orphans' Court ol Columbia county aforesaid, the
. real estate of said deceased, situate in said Madi.
i son township, not admitlir g ol partition, has been
valued vd appraised, a"d the inquest roi.firmrd
! bv sil l Court ; in.il that at the lat August term
! of said C'io-,1. a rule v.i granied by Court on the
saiii I'i'irs ai'd legal represent ilives, lo apjirar in
' said Court the first div of next November term tn
wit. the 'bird Moi.i! i of November next, and ac-
( erl s 'id ( s i'e at I lie valuation, or shew ranse
i whv Ihe said Couit shall iiot order the same to he
i .old tU-'.XniAYM . ,S7r.J
j SEUi'KSTiiATOKS' NOTICE.
T)Y viiiue of siiialiN writs of Seijiirstraticn to
' E ) me direcli"), will be exposed lo sile at the
pimlic l oiie uf John Keller, ill Milllin townbip,
Col. o., o i Saturday the 2 th day of (Iclohfr,
! i'pvI, nt in o'clock, A. M., the following Life
; F.sl ite, to wit :
All the Lite I'state of rhiiip Hirlocl.er in a
i ci'i I lin tract of land situile in Milllin town-hip
I Columbia ro!iiitv,civit.iitiir,g fi'iacres more or Irs-',
' ahum ill acres of w hich are cleared lands, hound
; ed by I in I oft;. Kirkoridall, Leonard Kirkenrlall
I and i UoTs. w bem m is creeled a Log Dwelling
I house, a largp l iame h.nik l'.iin and there is on
j the premises an apple orchard with thenppurten
i Seized and taken in'o rvecnli n and to be sold
a-,lhc Life IMalo of I'hili'i Hailerker.
! HF.NJ. H.YMN.
i Scjiii.il, at1".
: ShenlVs Orice, )
I rt.Msni!?, Sept, 2s '1 J. )
the nerves h
tatinn, and gnu
whole system. i.
flirtiid with ihe a
that large doses of
ways injurious. Ti
at a dose every nigi
TIicm; Pills were firsi
manner. No gaudy di(
tisemeiils tilled with rirlii..
never lived weie restored to, n
their way into public favor on .
They are purely vecrlalde, r Md i,
their operation, and perleclly h' .f for vol,
old of debilitated constitution. They never i
the bowels costive, which cannot he said of
other pill now in use. Great rare has been ta
pn in selecting and rnmpnuni'iric the mcdiriw
which has always been superintended by Dr.
SOCLE in person.
For I'm i her ilnectien, cirtificatrs, p., fPf,
New York P 'tanic Institute, published at Fa
did, by Dr F L. SOL'LK & Co., which mavU
had of agents gratis.
dkw'ark of rr r.TrnrFiT ! ! !
As tliereare spiiriei's PilN in circulation rr.''i
ed Oriental or Seven iri Lsdm, hp -ure n ere 1 ,..
fore Von buy I lint Ihe name of' l. F. L. SOI"" F
Jc CO.' is on the face f the boxes None , tlvis
ran be genuine. YYe sue not nware that at.v one
w ho is making a spnuoiis article has wt dm'pd to
make n-e of ourr ?ti e; hut w, f th.mhave
hail Hie impudence ! imitate rnr hr xps and opv
our circulars, eirtific ,Ve. C1p-., the public,
arp careful when they pure.ise, they will be deceived
itrv I he gpnuine SO ! 1,1 IC.N BALM TILLP
can be bad of
John R M wor. r.lnrrr hi:-. Sloan & Tlmmn.
on. Light Street; R. Mnre. Danville ; A Lev
.rs and ro.. Washingic rvi!1.1 : .1, M. Khr'vn
,i..rsenmn ; perr ami r.lcHnde, Whitehall
lbps and McCormici;. McFwrisvillp : J. ' H
Uaer, Milton; J. D. Normande, Northumber '