Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. (Sunbury, Northumberland Co., Pa.) 1840-1848, October 09, 1847, Image 3
? l'RICU CUKKEXT. Currerlcd tvrekty by Henry Masset. Wnr.iTt 11 Rr, ' til Com, . . . . ra Oars, . . 40 Hcttkii, ..... loj Earns, .... 8 Von k. ... 5 Ftaxsrm, .I )JJ Bskswat. , .... 86 TitLOW, ' '10 Ior Sale 7 rrilK BRICK HOUSE In Sunbut. of he mil A 'scriher. now.neroplet? by Mia Morris. For terms apply to W, L, Dewsrt, E q . or lo myself. . W. R. SMITH. IVnrthumlierland, October 9 I 9 17 If i rCRTI3IOY IS JfOW BECriVKD ' 10 ail (jumTr.a or Tit Omar, Til HE following letter are presented with a view L ' aaf mora fully a bowing the opinions of pi vsi-'a-tans in relation to the medical value of Da, Swiim'i Coateorjun Starr nr Wn Crntear. 'Da. Swrv Dear Sir t Having ued your 'Compound 8rup of Wild Cherry, extensively in my (practice, t was r quested by your agent. Dr. Oru'che,'t "iwe mv opinion in writing, of ha fircpertie a ecmedi'l agent. I moat cheerfully srompty.as'l fori by ao doing, 1 will discharge, a debt I ow tke'eammunily at hvge, and phyaici.na in particular. X much as I detest qu.u k reme dies and pateirt nostrums. I vr induced fr.im a failure of the ttiu$ tnt expvetoran s, recommen ded ia out miri. uWiess in a-ime ca-ea of Dis eased lurtgs, to toy your preparation of Primus Virginia or vfifcl CltrWry. It is- eiilliciaiit l aay thai araa di pleased with the reult nf that sod aulwiMt "trial totsl I now prescribe it in preferencei ts aw wihT refejedie vvlie're an expecto rant i indicted, (a rfce touch drended Pneumn tia or Disease of the Lungs, in tbe. slarming form in which il appear in Kentucky-, t regard it aa an fnvatu dde remedy in the treatment wT rtisl disease. To all who know I haw said tnouth, hot a thi may he teen by perano out of tie) vicinity of Frankfort, I will briefly add, that I nave been rn paged in an eltve practice of my prnfc.noh t.it 12 yearn, and tin tegular graduate of Transylvania, and tlii ia the fir patent nxdnine I ever thought vanugb of to express an opinion in writing. , J. II. ELLISON, M. P. Jan 7, 1847. Franklin co . Ky. Fex.rntiT, Kt.. Jan 7, 1817. The ahive cerificle ia fritrt one of our phvsi riinn living few milea from here, he ia doing a very good practice, and it considered a good physi cian, and stands fair; he i a' he eiv, a regular graduate. I. W. CaiTrar.a, . j Droie.i-t and Apnthecaiy, Fire the miodu-,.!-n of my ariMe t;i the fMililic, there hav a iximlx-r of unprincipled indi viilunln igot up noatroma, a hich they aert ennt.iin Wild Cherry, iin aw -atVd 'Balnms,' 'llittera,' and rwi Syrap of Wild Cherry, hut mine -ia the iriginnt and only genuine preparation evir intro dncid to the public, oMehtan l proved by the public Record of the t)mmonwealih nf Prniidyl aiA. T1 only cifi guard againat impciiion u (a ttidrt my signature i on earh bottle, Dn. If. H WAYNE, Corner of Eighih and Koe "to-. PhilwMphi rrepmvd tmy by Or. 8WAYNE. N W.cor. tier of Eighth end R ce etrect-, rhtladctphia. and for rale h ae)avtahle Drinciiata in nearly alt the frinripal towna in the UniteJ Statra, Ooly Afciti in Senhury. a") HENRY MA8SER. ' GEtjRt.E HRICH T. Dr. I. A. Moore, D.mvide; T. M. Mark y ft So.v, M4ton;' M. D. & J. Welle. Muncy;' C. A. Wyatt, ltahuTR Dai & fchliiire, 8elitMgroS John t J. Kenn, Line Mountain T. O. I'hiladilphia, ot91m. (tS-ly OF North ombrrlaml Couniy, f. Novem'.ier Trim, A. U ltT. CraiidJiirois TurW. David M ur, David Ehlw t U-UiHHtrtt iamra Cathiarl. Dani.l Carras, J olio MuKinney, Kob-rl Hulchiann, MHltm. Samuel !)', Uaac Bio vn, aejrh Kincaid. Joarph Frt'iVor. ick. Daniel tJaul. Point. J.ibn F.laton, Sunbttvy Charlra Uua.lrr, Ira T. Clement. t'pter Afntn.nic Camptvll, Wm. Miller. Lower AtiguM. Did Hauck, John Hinder ahot. Kiwft. Abrahim CtDipbrll, J hu Culkct, Wm, Jobnin. " t Coat. George Lone.' ' ' I jpjrr Miihimttff. Daniel Itolahoe, Lower Atahonny. John Stepp. Traverse Jurors. TrbHt.- Philip Follm. r. H. J. Doyet. Jeotrnrr. Anthony Pnllmer. CAicVainiritie.a-Jaroh Ft irnhart, J a me Turk, Samuel McMahon, Jroh K Ine, fteire Htaa, Tliomaa Ur ire, John Berli, Jonejih Kreruer. ' Point Thntnaa Johnaon. Jimthmbrrkmii-tteoife Fetter, Robert Lh rr. (ieorga Jnhnaon. John Dunham, J'hn HeiM. ' Sunbury. Samuel Manic, Geo. 7.imTn iman, Jnrph Nail, George Kohrbach, Wm. Marti, Chaa. Berk. fpprr Augvtia.-lot Eiknun, R. 8. Grant, Jehnt'lark. Ijnvrr ,fyfo.-J.hn Phipe, Henry Long. iVinmrtAan. .tamei Linn, laaac Hull, George Keller. rViiA John Pitner. Coat. John Krrl Iter, Ellaa Ki- nhatt. l'per Muftonoy. John Malirh, Fi, Adam Abaolom. tsnrrr Matinnt. Da W Wal t, Did Franiz, Henr LanK, John Trhopp, Abraham Keliler, Jafkimn .-Abraham T. Troutman, Jacob Wei art, Jeremiah Longed. rf, Daniel Wolf, Taul Ho! lenhach, John Haaa, Prlit Jurors. Turbut. Jacoh Hofly, Charlea 1'i.lille. l.nvi Hamurl Kurrel, Jacob Giuiirr, Jamea Arm.troiif. )f.iicurf. John II. Wilton, Co neliua Ry. rsraraon. AlilUm. IomrJ fionghlon, Ma:thiaa ttuine, Abraham Hiauh. CAr7w7i7ue.-ohn Snyder, Soloniou Dent ler. John Pa-k. Point. Anthony Wataon, Jamra Nerbit, Wa bunion Newhaity. Kirtfiumbcrlani. Martin Kiirioger, David H li ken. Srtnburti -John A. Whiaaler, Jacob Kahel. Vpptr Aitgutta. John W'oulwton, Uarnard I Mitefcell. Istuvr A jgusta.--GMf Hiupt, jr. Shamokin John Ripley. ' Cnal. Joeph Dirjnmlck. Vpptr Muhanoy .-AhraLam Gtiat, Jacob Kauf man. - Lower Af38nry---Thomi Zerl-e, Michael Gar man, John Binge'inae.. jr., Jn. Uurral. Jno, Smith. I. it III Mahnnny Gsorge Henael, Rob'l. Beach 11. Jatkson. David Kcbwartl, Benjamin Slrick- Ur. LIST OF CAUSES. OH trial in the Court of Common Pleaa of Nor thumleiland County, at Aor. Tenn. 1 fit7, commencing th first Monday, beine the lai. Jno II and Andrew Felzer a Cliarle. O D"tt Kenjamln W Rir.harda .a Franklin V Piatt et al .1 W Peir.tnger,alii:nre of Garvu v J Gnrver'aheira W'illiamHimenton a J Shipman rV E ftrernough Wm II llelneman va llartinan IT K'rtble Peter Rirhler'a exr'a a Do.tge rV Rarrnt J -hn A Llov.l a Win E McDonald Wm II Pomp'a aasignr-ea va Wm Welch Benjamin Robina va Valentine Klat Henry Misarr Win Mc atty et al Jamea Merrill' cx'ra ra George Walta'a adni'ra Vickery cV Viikerr va Prtnr Brosiu rt al va John Uidleman rt al Mahlon llamlen el al Charlea II Frirk v William Prick Wood & Rhawn'a era a David Haunt Daniel H Conner v Danii-I Weiilnr George C Lilly John Mine Com'ih for J JenVin George. Eckrrt Francia Dall'a aJmra Balli. r Garnhart Eoruugh of Milton va Jacob Lilly' adin'ra va Elirabeth Hin va T A Billington rt al v Jacob Shi t V Samuel Blair va George Oyater va Samuel Blair Jacob W 8eitr.inger v WillUm Can Henry Matter va H B Maaeer & Jrweph Eiscly ualtter Uarnhart John Haas, F.5qr Jacob Kred William H Gillrt VVhilr.ll rV Browo Wil iam Naiian V George Oy.ti f va Roh. rt A Pariah va D N Like et al va Peter Haughawout i va John U Boyd'a etra va Same Y'ardlirg & Lower et al va i Same Same mom et nchoeimr el al va Daniel S White Hulnt Smi'h Freeman II Clark Iaac HulT va Benjamin Robina va Auijii-tiiaoV. JolmHuey va John Pchriner va Henry Elcton 1) & P Railroad cn v Haywool St Snyder Hush D O ik'a adm'ia va James O k Willi im Dale va John Fullmer1! rs'r William (iilnn v David Holden - Wm St R Frge'y A'c i 'va George ILv keil William Albright va laaac C Hryarit Char Ira P lias AM F II Wilson John N O . ater Harlow Prior va J.nnea Roe rt al va Abraham Straub va Hueh McFall va Same Sarah H Cnmley va Wm H Frvinir St to Miner.' BnuV of Pottaville va Iwia Dewart Ch.irtra Pleasanta Philip BillmeycT William Murray Robert D Fordaman va Same va George Good va Babgr r Gainhnrt va Honj imin Fnrdamafl va John Garnhart rt al va Daniel We i doer v J. din Poirer George H Heiffc George Ovater Fletcher Mathewa Lr.iel Gtitetiua Hamuel Ri ed 8cth I Comly rtal va David M rr &. Ifaafi DiOwn Wm D Gearhart v Charlea 't rt Daniel r'.ller and wife va Phd p Heekert John W Peal va T A Billinclon, late ronataUe Same va Same Myer & Bat'on va Lewie Eipleheiiner et al Jamea Uondaa et al va CaWin lllyiha Jacob le aenring va William Depney '" Dentler ft Montague va ChHotaln Gnah jr Hugh Bellas va K & W Fi gely v M & P Uillmyer ' v Samuel Henderaon va John McOmnia ' va Fletcher Mathewa Elijah Crawford Wm H Frymire William Starke Samuel Blair JOHN FAKNSWOHTH. Prnthonotarv'e office," ' . J'ruth'y Sunbiiry. Octoher9. IH47 Subpoena for Divorce. Northumtierland county, aa. THE Commonwealih of Pennsylvania, In Lo reiiEO Ketchuin, huaband of Catharine Ketch um. Greeting; Whereaa the aaid Catharine Ketxt.um did, on the 9h day of January. A. D 1848, present her petition to the Hon. Judges of the court of common If t of i-a d county, praying that for the cauaea therein aot foith ah might be diTorrrd fiom the bonds of matrimony entered in to viithyou th aaid Lorenxn Ketchuin, -You are hereby conitnanded that, selling aide all other bu inrs and excuses whatfoevsr, you he and appear in your projier prrai before our juge in Sunbii ry, at rouidy court ol common p'eaa, thee t be hidden the fiai Monday nf November nrit, to an swer the charpe contain" d in the aaid petition or libel of the said Caibarine Kelcbum, or shew cause if any yon have, why li e aaid Catharine, your wife, .hntild not be divn'ced fium the bond rf matrimony eiitced into with y. u, the said Lo renzo Ketchum, agreeably to the act of assembly in auch case made and provided. THOMAS A. BILLINGTON, Sheriff'e Office, Sunhury. 7 . SI.eiift' Oct, 9th. A D. 1847. 5 t "Secure the Shadow ere the Substance Fade." COI.MXS CCI.CIIR4TF.n ' payt vr a rt.a rr cm rsrt trr DAGUEUREOTYPES! TWO SII.VtR MEDALS mcar.led of the Pair nf Me Franklin and American lnstitule$ for the larst nttrf mof artUtical epvcimtni ef D.'g erreo tye Pnrtraili. THE recent Improvement made by the subscri bers, and whii h i peculiar lo their eiubli-h mem alone, viat rut Upper Light, but rerei.edtlie highest recommendation from the Presa. id a'a wriuen ietimoniU from the fiiat artiste in lha country, aa to it great superiority over the usual Sul Light. The peculiar advantage of ihia Light ia that ib Ti'aai. htraassiu or TBS bra can le nl ained more petlecdy than bereiotore. (Tj Cit t-ns ami etrangrra are rraperifully iui. ted, wbelltet dVunn Pol raila or uot, lo visit our spar i. mis gadertee. ptobsbly. iho largest and most eiteii.lv in the Tnited Stater, and examine for themselves th! astonishing improvement made by the subcrilers in this wnnderiti! srt. T. P A D. C. COLLI XV Pioptb-tors of the City Dagu.rrrian Knt.hli-h- mi'nl, No. 100 I'livf nut strurt , too do.m above 'I bird, smith aide. Pbi adilphia, Ocl. 9, 1817 4m eow iXotice. -1 IS berthy given to nil legatees, credilora, and o iher persons iuterp.ted in the estate of Deb i. rah ttrant dec, set fed by her admr Ken.lerton j Smitht of John H. Han dec. settled bv one of bis j exra Jamea Hutchison! of John I'eilV. r mr dec, sett ed bv his txra John and Oeotgo IViltin; of S mil. I Barr dec. aelib d by Lis admr Thorn ia Bar-; of John II ittle seur dec, r-e'th d by hia admra George Hitile and John Hittlei of Jopli folk dec, settled by his sdmr Daniel Hilhisht ol deorge Neihart dee, settled bv hia admr Jacob '. ir J.ieoli .arlrnaut ! IT l-r M.rrdee. aiillp I I.. .,m, W. p" of Alein Marr dee, aettle.l by bis ad " " - J - . ! Marr; 01 Jonn w m-eri tie.-, settled 17 His oumr . 1 . a 1... .. . 1 j Heniy D. Hodman; ol Wm. Montr dec, en led by hia aami Jonathan I . Miu'tx; of John A. Sthivi. Art dec, setlled by his er Joaeph Bound; of John MuUhUr snr dec, settled ly his admr Michael M. Sober; tbe s-counl of David Dunk.tjbeigert gu..i d in nf Estbei and Maiy Phiiips. Late or Nor thumberland crtitnty t that the executor a tod ad mlniatratora r.f said es'a'rs have f.led their accounts with the Register of tl.W county, and that tbry will be presented lo the Orphana' Court of said county on Turaday th 2d day ofNuumber next, for co.i titmation anJ alipwtnc. EDWARD OYSTER. Rrgislci's Office. i Register, bunbury, Ocl. ', 1817. - tolson.. , ' 'lfl3 think a man who will make ami palm W V ' op 'ti an unopecting peraon, '-Sugar t oated Pill." not havin on (ha bor Dr. G. Deni'n Smtth'a signature, woulil not healtnt to -ell poiann, rrga4iiM ol alt ennreqnenrca. ' NO "Btti t;n r.n ritia" can be relied upon, utile Dr. Smith' sifjnnturaiann the 11, and (ry all othera are either imitation or counterfeit, and of eourae dangeroaa to Ur, , k ,. t . .. f. (TT CAUTION. A tltlaerabl Imitation haa tcen made, by the name of '-Sugar Coaled Pill' It ia iirctaaary to bnaurclhat Da. G BJ. Sjtitn'a Mttna'ur in on every hot. 1 Price 85 centa. Piincipal nrtice. 179 GreonWich et Nrw York 8old by J(HN W. F RILING, Smtbury. . WM. F0R8YTHE, e,rthum'A Oot. 2. IS4T-' ; . Watches Jcwcllerv. FutlJtmdtttt GoM Lrrertfur $10, Warrahteti. Ao. 21H, Market ttreet, PHU.A DfiLPHiA, V AS cnnalan'ly on hand a large aanrtmenl nf MM f!"''1 "hd Silver Walchra, at the following low pricea Full Jewelled Go'd Levrra, : " . Silver da Gold Lepinea. full Jewelled, Silver Lepinea, Silver Cjuirtiria, With large eesorimrnt of ' " flO on ' an no 30 00 13 00 5 00 and 11 00 Fink Jawguattr aurh aa ear ringa. Anger rings bretat pine, hrnn; lets gold and silver pencila, gold chaina. r5to. Has also on hand a complete asamtment Lunette, patent and plain Watch glasses, Main Springs, Verges, Diala and Hands of every description ; and in fact, a Complere asaonmtt of Watrbmake ' tool and Watch Material , to which he w. uld call the at tention nf the country trade in gneial. fXj' 'I'hose wishing anything in the abore line, would And it to their advantage to call, and el i mine bis stock befoie poreliaalng elaewhere. JACOB LADOMU". No. SIS Market stnel, lielow 8th, hila.lelplii. S pt. 2, 1W47. Wm FoathcrS) Feathers. Pftrm 12 70 l r1 per Fauna'. Cheap for C'uirA.-M'Aolcanle nrid Retail. . . i i i . m ' .'ttKnElliCK-Cl. t'ltASKil, I'ltliolaterer .V facmcrai rti-nl.her, No. 415 Mavkcl St., nbov-e 11th north snlo', opposite Giraitl Rov ruiJ.ADiu.rniA WItERE may be had, at all timei, a )ar(o -aortment nf Pedtt and Ma if awe, Carted Hair and Featheia, Chaira, Taldfla, Hedatetda and Looking Glusea, together with all other artic! in the above lu.e of buaiucsa, at the I iweat taU pri ce. N. D. Good warrantrd to give aaliafaciiorr. Kept 25lh. I47. 3m , ELEVEN TEACHER, lo teach the schools of ' th Shamokin district. The Directors will meet at the liou of Feht Itrch, in Snudtnwn, on Siturday tbo 9tb day of October next, at B o' clock, A. M , to examine and employ applicanta. Strangers to the Hoard making application, will tiling ccnitieatee of good moral character, FELI.M LERCH. Trra'u 8. Joita, Secretary. Shamukio. Sept. 23. U47---3u Kotlce fo School Tencliem. IS' OTICE ia hereby given, that the Board of School Directors of Lower Augusta town hip will meat at the public house of Ueoige Con ral, on Sattiiday the l:ittj day of November, at 0 o'clock, A. M , for the examination and selection of Teachera for tbe Public Schools of said tli.tiiet. Trusters sre required lo m lec.t their Teachers fur examination, aicordirg lo law, the sunn day. JOHN SNYDER, jr, Pies't. WtTa cteKM-K, Secreuiy. . Lower Augusta, Sept. 25, 1847. 7t The Grand Purgative TOR TUB Headache, Gidilines, Rheumatism, Piles, Dyspep-a, Seil'W, Small Pox, Jaundice, Paine in the B vk. Inward Wejknaa, Palpitation of the Heart, Rising in the Throat, Dropsy, Asthma, Fevers of .11 kind', . Female Complaints, CURB OF Measles. Salt Rhritm. Heatt Burn. Worms, Cholera Morhda, Coughs, Quin-ey, . Whooping Cotigh, ' 'ollniition. Fits, Liver Complaint, J'rtaip.lss, DeaTi e., Lcblng of the Skin, Cohla, Gout, Gravel, Nervous Complaint, ivn a vaatavr or eerUsa ntaatac latajiirj raot ieViTlra nr Ta Hlooo, in on. ' aTBCcTioas I vita oaeaaa er nt. eraTlov;. rxperleneo has proved that neatly every Ple eaae originate from tmpnrlliea of the Blood or de rangements of the Digestive Organs and to secure Health, we must remove those obstructions or t store the Blood to be natural state. The aversion o taking medicine is moat efl'rr tually removed by Ci.iravta'a VrnrTiBta Pea n.Tiva Pills, being empletey tnvrl'prtl u'i'A o) itmting nfpnre trtiitr Silxar, (which la aa dl.tlnct from the' internal ingrmlietita aa a nut shell Horn the kernel) ma ! aja T.sra or tstrnrivs. But ate aa eaadv swallow as" as hits id- randy. Moreover they neillier inutfute or gripe In the slightest degree, hut operate equally on all the dis eased paMS of the .ye'em,' instead nf conftnlng them-lvcai lo, and racking any panicul.r region. Thus, if tl c Liver l afi'ected, one ineiedlent " ill op rate on th t pirt cuUr ibii and, by cleansing it nf an Exconf Bile restore it lo it. na'ural state. Another willoprr.i on the B'ood. and remove all imnuiitiea in its circulation whilo a third will ed'eatually expel whatever impuritiea may have lecn discharged into the stomach, and l.euci! they ariuax it run aonr nr insti.r., r tnove all Impura Humoia from the hotly i op. n the porea externally and ilivrnally s pirat i fore go and ol'i oxioua paitii'Iea faun the cLv'.e, .,0 that tile blood may b tborougbly par.-'',,!,, IMU. ring a fee and healthy action to the 1l':rt, Lungs and Livi'i ; and thrriby ihey sT-.,ai hliltA r Vrv n 4ll nriif Hti'.i utT k ranrri. The e tire mi h of le r,',Kr c, tw ,MeiUin'v.l 17 ir.e trial ol a i:l5Ic. pna . ,r, their Virtr.ea are , a I poklltve i 1 certain in rel mnn ll,..lih t'ie " :V i " M"W W " 1" i rail. ,nein in Sit racrs 4hra lh, A.t .1 - 1 amveraal 1 .i,f.. ii,. - - - j ..w. . - ttetnll Irli, 'i5 ctk. pet- llott Prineipnl office No. 6fl Vesey at., N. Yoik. 80IJ ly JOHN YOl'NC. Sunbury, M. A. McCAY, f.'orthumteihnJ. (CJ riemrm'icr Dr. V. Clitkenrr la th in. vrnior of ibe Sur Coaled Pi la. and that nothing of the rt waa eve. beard ( uoiil he iutroducrd them in June, 1843. Ficbaaeia ahuu'J, tbtrefura, al.vy. ask for Ctnkrnvr'a Sygar Coated Pilla, and t.k n others, or they will hemVath victims of JraoJ. Hepr. Bth, M7. ly eoW JJ.AX eiKKll. Th highest uiaikel piic paid for Kid seed, a the store of An, 1817. JOHN VOtiAH. PHILADELPHIA Watcher, afctvrllry Aiut Sil ' rcr Varc, . ; tluarnnteti heller fr lite pi-ie than al any ofhr.t . Start in Pkitculelpbia. tnan he hud, , ,. ; Wfioletafe and Metal, at . (laafo IVICIIUIaAS I.eII'lt iikS) No. 72 North 2d street; ftboVc Arr.h, PHltADBTaPIIIA. ATCHES, all kind., fair, Ijw and mJltim qu littles, amnns which are. Gold Levers, full j.weU'd,. ,,, i flntofinii " Lepinea, j do . . 2. to . Silv.a-Itvera, do .. 80 to 3(1 Lepinea, do '. ' . IS to If (J.iartlera. fine, 9 to 19 Quartief, imitation, 14 . JawrLtav. Diamonds, Gold Chains, Gold Pens v.('h GoM snd Silver hnldeis, Pencils Brant Pin, Finger snd Ear Rings, Bracelets Cameo of shell, coral snd lava, with every other arlicli nf J-wcllry of the tidiest and most fashiunable pat terns, , ., .... Pitvua Winr. Pla'es, Foiks, Spoons, Cops, Are., of Stand ud Silver. PtATltn Watts -Castore, Cake U tskeia. Fana. Vases, Card Caca,.und other Rich Fancy Goods in great variety. Wholeaalo Buyers will awe money by railing here hef.re purchasing. (Jj Keep this adverll-rment, and call at No. ?J You w ill be aalisGod the Gtxida are really cheaper and better than are cfiered in the city. For sale, low, a handsoni" pair of Show (vises, suitable for Jews llr y or Fanry atnrc Apply above. ept Soth. 1R17 ly , SILENCE T4T tiaaanri'L Voreil J T lr'c. til ix in nt.a, res wort or thk tiKsTauraa mi ftr.KM ainuv, i 7Hs roiuM nr rnvRUNrti nxtd tv ir a anrDir Outii. A RE YOU A MOTHER? Your darling child, your idol and earthly joy, ia now perhapa confined to her chamber by a dangeroua cold In r pale cheeks, her thin shrunken fingers, fell the hold di-ease haa already gained upon her the sound of her sepulchral cough pieicea your emit. YOUNG MAN. when jtit about in enter lite, disease sheds a heart crushing blight over the fair prospects or the futuie your hectic rough and fee ble limbs tell of your loss and hope, bui you need not despair. There is a balm which will heal the wounded lungs, it ia , , 8 II i:it II A K'S Alala-HKAI.lMi JUI.SAM. Mrs. ATTREE. the wifo of Wm. II A time, Esc, was given up by Dr. Sewali of Washington, Die. Roe and MrOMInn of Philad-lpbis, Dr. K' and Dr. Moll of New York. Her frienda all thnuglit shB must dbs She had every appearance of letng in consumption, and was so pronounced by her pbyaieiana Sherman Balsam was given snd it cured her. Mrs. GARRABUANTit, of Bull's Feity. was also cured of consumption by this Balaam when all other remedies failed lo give relief-alie was re duced to a skebilm. Dr. A. C Castln, Demist. Sl Broadway, has witneBMij its eflnrH iti aewtral ca-es where noo'her medciue afl'oiihcd relief-. but the Balsam operated like a chatm. Dr. Cs also witnessed i's wonderful iff. eta In curing .-istbma, which it never fails of doing. Spitlius: Bho I, alar ming aa It my be, rsena-claally corrd by thia Bal aam It heals the ruptured or wounded blood vessels, and makes the lungs aotind again. Rev, HENRY JONES, IDA Eighth avenue, was cured of Cough and catarrhal aff.Cttons ho years a'anding, . The ft rat done gave him mote re lief than all the otbei medicine he had ever taken. lh L. J. 'Jeala, 19 Do'aticy street, gave it lo a Birter-itvdaw who waalalkiritig Undet consumption, and to another sorely afflicted With the Asthma. In both rase. Ita rfleete Ween immfdiatv, soon re .torlng them to comfiriable health. Mrs. Lt:t:RETl. WELt.S.P5ChrMre a'fret. suffered from .athm 44 yara. Shrrm in'a Hal. asm relieved bet at onev, and ehe fa YOmatatively well, bcinff etiablrtl to sttttlue every attack ly a timely oe of this triedit-ine. This indetd it the sreat remedy for Ciingba. (Mollis, Siulting Blood, Liver Complnints, and all the all etiona of the ihioat, and even Aatluna slid Consumption. Price 25 cents and f I per bottle. Dr. Sheimau'a Cough and Worm Lnftenge and Poor Man's Plaster sold as tlmve. '.' Dr. Sherman's otTlcs. ia '. io Nassau st Nt Y. Agent, JOHN YOUNG. Sunburv. M A.M.CAY, Nortbumbcrland. Septemlwr Ilih. 1 847. -ly Great Bargain AT AUCTION!! THE umler igned will dispOs . f at auction, on Saturday the SSlh of August, at hia store room in Sunbury, an obtain aaeorttncrii of .1CS31CS'A2T1DZ3S, t vntii'inn, in part, nf CLOTHS, PRINTS, DELAINS, CASSIMERS. HIIIKIINtlS. SILKS, SATTI SETTS, SHEETINGS, SATINS. Ac. also a large assortment of (Jrvctriti, Qiteeutu arr, Ttnware. dc. Great llarcaina will I oifered, aa t am deter mined 10 dispute of my whole a oik, without ro suive, , . . . , . Sale to commence at 9 o'clock, A. M.t on the day and at the plsce stated, and 10 he eooiirj every Saturday until the whole ia disposed t,f The cmditinna af stla 10 be uiade k (inwo ol ihe d .y cf ralo. , A rresojuibls cr',i ji ftn. . . . . J- l,L IU). unbury, Aucnst Slst. 84" tf, Jkial,'.Mrj " 10 r,oy.v,"-r- a'Kd nrLXitTmA. 1"JLRSO rr,j ,,u route lire her. by . ,r'''itmd that they can p'rortire Mhruugn til ,y ,,,,,,5 aiinliiatiuii at the Hotel of , C,i,e, Weaver, Sunbuty. . A. l. Iv kPP, .orthunilicrlunil, July 3lt, 1 S 17. it tyiTte iZtrtan cf XdrthamWrtntii Voanty t IEI.LOW CTIK.NSAt the r.e.iestof rov I'liend', 1 ntt'ei myself aa k hi'di'd..t (,tt the on of I'd net tomhllMlointr. rtottld you laj-lieVe ine worthy Vf vour confi. U'lice, snd confer this oftlea upon me, I shall spate 110 exertions o gt've general satisfaction. JACOB Hi)FFA. trppVrXLihoh 'y, July 17. 1847. i'o the iiiecton of Yorthubtbeilntul Vounty : ' - BEING roliriled by many or my friend. have couseuied to . oil. r my a. If at VUun. tii kandidaW for th utfice uf TUBAIl'ItGI. cf Northumberland county. Should you se pro ptr tovlect me, I plejgs myself to Perform lb duties of id ufuc with fidelity. HENRY WEISB. Sjiiboiy, June I'.uli, 1H,, VcsTrlnhlc'lliilTcrftAl rills, The nly knnuia Urdifinr. Vmt tit fhe tixtnr lintt parget pur,fte$ and tnrncthen the ytrm. Lnstif), July 7, IS46. DR LE ROY'S Pills are t new medicine Which baa jnet apprsted, and is fist taking the places of all nlheta r.f the snron rlaaa. The Jiilla are cnmpoal nf many ingredients, Ixit tho I wo principal nne ttr Saraiparilla and Wild Cher Vy, unllerl that they net together; the one, through lm admittttre with oilier tib-lm.cea, pu rrfylng ind purging, fchihi the nthet is eirenuthen. ing Ibe system. Thttt thoao pills an at Ihe asm lime totilO Hid rpetling ( a deBtiletaltun long and eagoily aoitght f. f by me.lical men, but never be fore discovered. !n rlhcr word, they do Iho Work rjliw-imrdielrc. snd do It much better linn any (Wo wn know of; f.ir Ihev remov nothing fnm thesys'em but the impurities; to thil while they pultw they ttrengthen; an I hence Ihey Cause no rlitbilttition.and are Pillowed by no fe-arilin. Dr. lie Roy's pills have a wonderPjl fnliiinhre on Ihe blood; they not nnly punf. without weakening it, but they remove all lioxiotm panicles from Ibe chyle hi foie it is convened Irlto flu'd. anil rhus ronke im puie bbuid an Utter impea-ibility. A there i no debilltntien, so thri is no nausea or sickness st tendir the epnainw.s of this mot excellent f me. dieinei., which n.ver stramn or lorturra the diges tive (utirtinus, but can e them io iverk in a per. fit tly natural manner ; and hence poison, taking them do not become pale and emaciated, but the contrary ; for while it ia iha properly of the Sarsa pardla, united aa it ia with other ingredienta. to remove nil that ia foreign and impure, il ia equally the properly of the Wild Cherry to retain all thnt is natural and sound; and pence a rohntt state of heabh is tbe certain result of tbr.ir united opera lions, (jr Price an rents per BOX. Agents for .e Roy's S'd'a, J. W. FRII.INn,7 . JOHN YOUvtl. B"n,ury M. A. McOAYNnrthumheriM. Augtiat st.' HIT. I y wh.l b'e piTblis h t:iHN w AtTnllsolroN, it). C, . .1 ' . -i ON tlllt KRVKNTtt Or XiY.C SYHt, VT. OS ttV tB IIXI'I KII S I A I MS KKPUKTKU. A ltaify .toHmat of t;nrriimni, tsgimnltXe and r l iteral Arrt. 1 1 HE SITfiscttlBER is NOW ENABLED to atiuounte th romidelloti nf hia arrange ments for the 1 atnbli-hnienl Of a well-organised and 0deMndent Journal 01 News at tbe Seat of the Crnctal Goverment. The leadiiltf fenttirra of Ihe Ignited Slllei t?e jsnrter will le th" following ; I. Early Inrelligence of the MoverTlehts or the var 011s Drpiiincnt in reference to domestic af fairs snd ti the foreign relations nf the rnnntry, will I given witb seynpuloua fidi'lity. Possess ing peculiar fa. ilit if a for obmloing i formation, thw ' Uepoiter' Wilt be enabled frequently to com munlcaie, exc.ht ivcly, intcll'.gRucv of thri most im- porlatit ebartetey. ! II. The verhattm Rerwir's of the Prortedinga and Debates of the United Sla'es Senate, which the proprietor is bnMnd to Torn is h daily In tVlat bo-ty, in accordance with the tcrirt of the Cenrr.irt maita at the rinse VaT 4 seaiimt of Cotifrress, The ar langemenla now made will at once folly tecum to the Senate or the I 'idled States an authentic and eomptrte tetord of tt debates and to the people, in gieatly enlarged decree, tho I ncfit Of th" ex perience, skfacity, and statesmanship of that body to which they have ever luokrd With solicitous and rcspcttful leg ltd. III. The Proceeding and Dehntce in the Hons of lb present' iVes UI also be Given with fullness, impart ndiiy and the ntmo.t prompt it utre. Earh daya rnrOrd Will laS rnmpletely W nh Mp, and ap pear in the Reporter" next morning. IV. A Synoptical Vie id the Proree.1 inga and IMntri of all the Stale Legislatures will be rcgu lurlv given. 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All the plana and ar- raiigiinu nis have been well matuied, and the hope a cotilltieiiiiv rnrnsneii, mat t "l inie.1 Kt Reporter will prove itself an energeiir, lndusir1PU( ilUmfled and perfectly independent joUiri t(' will have no party viewa no pelillcal b' , d ' 1',t, propiietor, by th term of Ida rotitr ,.. w nB senate of the H. 8., I. hound to lb- ,Mn ,hal the paper tha i eontaln ' lMi..if, ,icus.iona except me OeUaies. u Will ', eVne vihicle of rirsr not tbe organ of any act of opinions. The'trlind aim of the subscriber is to establish at the seat of t.o.ernmenl a fal.uP,. .-nJ .,.,.; pT risor.ntelllgon., retf p.tii, bsohf . on whom the ,dtt,cin !.,,. u,illtfM m,n,'i!ie mauufactnrer. the mwllao'c, e,ery i,,V.Vst.d in the af laiia of I oppress and ihe'GoVernmcnt, May rely at Myv.f ,.h implicit'cbundriice. " 'a la-licvcd that the estaldishVnent of sttVh a able j lutnul of int'i I'iteineon lefiu which place within the irnch of the great mass, a cf the pe. I pie, at ititi'coiiiiiicnivtiient id what promised lo W a most interesting and evenitCl peiVnl In uln hi-tory of tongi.'r-ii'.nat proceeding, w'll lo regarded w'-th faVor by all rlasa.-? of the comm'ur.ity ; and having ihcis stated hia otyxts. to'fl sutiscifber r.' oxa tlollv s.dic t a IiIm'iI and cener. ua support froiu thr ru'rhtcticd public, of'lhe I'nited Ststea. J ME A. HOCSTON. Sferfc.graplt.'r 'to the Senate of the I'. S. The "1'ni'tid latetVt. portei'' will I printed a large and hatnlKome slnvt, and 1-sue.l t Vety in r-tu'r-.g. except "ctuSvbiy. at the rate of sit dollur. per aiii'iun ; uig'c tOiie, two cenla. Ill ctiiiiie'ctioii with the daily paper, there will he isetnal from tbe aoie establishment, . uit: siWKOK or ro.wh'Kss. The publication will eotttaitl exclusive there porta of ihe ploceedlnr; Slid debates of ihe Con Kte.s el Ihe I'nl'ed Slate. It will Imi iied semi weeklv, in an eh'gaut ipiaili. f mi. tlir -uirho.il the t-e-si.ii of C,ltgre!ia, arid will Ih) ftirni-dird li aub crit!ei at Iha rate .1 iw.i dollar Tor the loug era amn and one dollar for ihe rhort tension. It in be. liTved thai this great- national woik will be deemed indrspensible in th! Ilt?ar ol every public insii o. lion, politician and irtleUiisl man thr-wighoul the rountiy ; snd that il will I t ganjeal by th grrat mass of the isopl at tho very best political teal' Inxik fur their o inslrurtioti and that of their children. . IMPOItTA XT .tSXOVSCeUEST, Throughout th trssi. lis of Conguss Ettra will be la.ued from ibe oiTic of the 'rnmd Stab Kepertar," containing th repoit nl uch debate a may possess particularly leiliug Interest. AU subscriptions and communication to be post paid, iddresacd "J. A. HOUSTON, Lnited Sta'ea Kcporl.r, Waahinglon, P,C Aujubl llth, t47. tar M' TIM IIS i'Xco ; fttllE rhildr'n began to cy for Sberiiiai' I.i). JL t.engea, file nniae was tint" a i lotul al th-it lime, but it h kept increasing ever .(ice. and tivi has hreome so gfal that ihe moutb uf th lntio nne can scirre be (topped. Dr. Sliennan symp thies wllh the little sulf. rera, and vrry much re-tnj- that any nf them alvoitil I ilisnppninted. Knowing the Vast benefit which haa len ennfni ted upon therommunity by tbe introduction uf his infallible ' WORM LOZSNOC5, he his entrted Into arrangement tor enlarging bd Maniif-ciory.by mean of which bethinks b will be able to tUpply the demand. And ihe same pallia (rid care Will lie taken, that lhoo celebrated Lo. rengea be made a they have always l ien, in or der that llio e who depend upon (hem, mev not Ii disappointed in their liojies. lie knew When bo enmmeneed the msnitfuf'nre of ibe Wirrro Tszrn ret, that ih'J wnuld anprede the bse i.f ever.' other vermifuge, aa ibe I.otetige ia twt pfrneatit to Ihe taste, njindy in itartlocta. ns well as rerlain, end the quautitv required to elVeel a per fret cire. It Very amall. These prnprriies. In eorine'xion wiih Ibe f et ihlt they nresobl for 24 erttlspet box.ibua pi .ring ihem in the tenc'i of tho poorest mm in the land, hs nol only cruised them to take tbo plat of every nthet vermifuge evfr off-red, but al. so rendered them ropular In the c.omrmtniiy. Dr. leriais COtTOtt LOZENGES, cnptintle lo tnre Ccrtigtis, Guide, Consumption, Asthma, shortness and difficulty nf DreMhinc. and other ilixea c of the Lung.i, Wllh the eatne fjciii'y they did on their first introduction, and the people have now become persuaded by actual expetierre, that on the accession of II slight cold, they have only to step 10 either th Dr'e. officr), or ene of the. Acenis, snd obtain a box of his Cough Lutoigis, which are very convenient to carry in tto pocket, and to tak a few through the day. By pursuing this ctmrve cure in nfien clTectrd in 21 hours, snd ths patient about his business. So great is tho ce lebrity of the Lofcengea, that thousands nf persona who have jraVl tlitm, and become acqtnin'ed With their t fleets, wilt never lie without ilu tn. $iCIt.llANS JrOOKMAK't IIiA8T& has cured mote case of Rheumatism, Pidn in the Bark, Sido and Chest, Lumbago and Weakness than any application that haa ever been made. A the rcletaity of the Plaster hie increased, hundreds of linpiinciplcd rascals have attempted lo counter feit it, and palm it off upon the community a tho annninte. tJ Bvwaie of Deception. Rement-' brr that the true and genuine IMaeler is spread up on reddis-h paper made exprcsfly for the purpose, and in every case tho signature of Dr. Shurman it piint'd upon the back of the Pbs'er, and the wholo seemed by Copy Right. None otlrera are g-nnioe. 1'lierrfore when you w.tr.t a rc.il good Sherman' Poor Man's Plsster, call at tho oflV.-c, 101 Nassau slrcet, ar.d yOtl will not be rJitappniM.'d. Remcmlier the numlwr, TOO Na sau st.. where all Dr. Sherman'a Lokenges are sold. Hia Afentt are Mis. Hays, 139 Fulton street, lirjiklvn; ILneenn) Wllliaaisburti ; ar.d Redding A- Co., Boston. and JOHN YOUNG, S-mb'nry. . M. A MrCAY, Norliiuo.be. land, September I lib, IS IT. I y. , r tt t :rr. vi t -i Tim :r " J? Indian Vi'gelnlilc PannCFa. SCROFULA. HI i.aar.a. Rninn A Wiiriiv. f.icnli' , rwv.i ing deeply grateful for ihe extr 4rd ,,. y 'jr perform d up m nie by your Dr. Cull en s Imilan L. . rgoiooio ranarca l ciiccrtuiiv lutr ,Mh vt. iib a short bistmy of my caae, AImmiI seven years ago, (when ou)y rfcVeii years old,) I wsa atlsicked with Weror u),t Itlcrt.nt. ed in its raVBgvB till my thrc,,, w ,,,.,. with u, cers ! tbo botiea of my nee ,re j my de-troyetl, (ml a large i ;,rr, ol (lf ,je n )tl, bones farried awsv. 'y head Waa also n ronrh disessed that in dri ving, irTe tt a or c.ilTe.- would r.-yicnily ;tii iu of my err A miss nf some thing which the Doctors tabled a tumor came fr.vo mt tio-e. I was nr. ler the ctte of prlTS;,i. f ib... ,iRI,. es distinctinn in iVucity, nnd at one lime pro nounced cured, and by r,.,,west attended a medical Itvtuio, where mV ciso, together with the method of cure, Waa eVplsinr, lo lnB luj,.riVa. The lec turer aaid,-"You ere now well, but ir ihe dises-n should reiuitt, yoj CanniH live tunic, a. it would Boon destroy ye,. wmj,,i,,e I did not '.Vieve myself cuVc.l at the time, aa I had milch distress in my tsead, and other dissgree abV fei,;,rj,pf ,nj aftet a lime the u'cers te opened. J'.naary, 181S, toy mother called with nifl U P0'.! r. Mutter for advice. He siid I waa a vrry 'ir girl, and it was doubtful whrthet ever I Would et well ; if eVeT, it Would he a long wt.ile. I he diseaso grew so much worse, that tbe physician who Ihefi anended me, siid be cuidd see ruv wind pi! F.J flee also Waa swollen, highly uilUinid, and Very painful, and toe Dr. said ulceration waa iricvitableV! I was in this condition IVl January last, when t 'commenced taking yonr "Da. Ci tLrs' I im 4 ar kin: i a tilt PvVsa." The inilatnaiion Wasoui removed, and "the dVekdful ulceration in tbe face prevented! ' t irit tiritt well ! I have ita ulcers? no paifi. or any iaagreeabl sensation in my bead, and ajuw fee1! that I ah cured, I shall be happy to fcive any further information to ibe a flic ted who will take the trouble lorall upon me at my father's hCtwe, West Spruce, between Beach (ud Willjw si recta, opposite Spst'kman'a factory. Hgnrd CHRISTIANA SANDS. Crrr or PHir.antirilix, as. This se.enth day of April, A. D. ISffl, befire tho suhsenber. Mayor of the aaid city, p rsonally 0'eaicd Christiana Sanda, nhola-ina duly sworn, deposes and says, that Ihe facts set forth In the foregoing affidavit are eirictly true in every pxiii. cular. . . . In leatlmnny whereof, t have brr. Uulo aoi my band and fixed Ihe corporate seal uf ti e said city, on ihe day end rear Sef ne written. L. S. JOHN SWIFF. Mayor. We hereby certify, that ihe (boVe st.truients of nur daiichli'i ate true iu every particular. WILLIAM SANDS, WARY SAND. ' Philadelphia, April 7th, 1810. Certificates of cures, in pamphlet f noi, nny bo had (Sratis, at the otVnca of ibe sjeuts. Tl I. medicine is prepared and sold by (ho proprietors, Kowand A altou, No. 37 tl Market strrol, l'l.iladlpt ia. W W Danenhnwer, No I YTuiray t, N V. J W Daneuhower, No I OF 1 1 all, fill. O. C T Jenkins, No b Canttl st, N Oi'eansi N N Robinson, enr Gay dj Mirslotiana, Bar. Agenlsi II. MASSEK, NulibOry. .1. IL.Haser, Millou; J. Scebold, Ne Ber. bril Mr. Mtisser, MiHuenu j Sharps D. Lewi, Wllkesba.te. Sold alao by Drugrtst throughout the I'mu'd StaU. ' Aug. 7, 117. 2m ty i "LA W ER. jtid Sall by Tr'a Sack, kil sale bv - Aug. f4. 1847. C.S.BOGAW. UIUVE LEAD, in kn. and Paint ol H i Uiud tW aate, 16 r c4. eh .per than ! btfi.re sU al Sunbtiry, al tb of , JHI, ai. U47. J0HNJIOAR. CiiK7Z-rhiahest"nsiki"t pti P" Cit mm tiaik, at the slur of a a. - C I Maulii, IS?7. JOUN BOOAR.