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A , f,ercury., or othenalmergl
Frciia the - 4` ittadinglEaf...le4P.
, Timm wino psrhdps.u, - niedicine:
~b rouLrhUbefore the - putlit-4i that 110 in an
etmrtlit Wait suhhr al - reputation as
41 • r f MeA.I;LIST.E.ht'S.:' - H KALI NG
• altricist every . Verson that
,has• matte Ina!'
:of speaks warmly. in -its. praise.. Poe
teen:billed 'by it of the most painful.
bentnatistir ; 'another of Ake. pileat. a third
.nt aqranblesoute pain in-theaqidei-n ,font•ih
:HY Af it doo.
immediate relief. tR .every ease,4:il
can 7hever •do .injuryk being - apoited colt
- warily. As another evidenee
of the wdi.-
tk healing ..poWee PPsseri 11 1/
17,1 yr, we setkpiiiithe folioa•init nen 1111.1 i r,
'f toin' 'reSVelc table • nit Fie ti 'of tatitenereek
gaidonereo. - 13erk, in
Ititter K 170 =l "ilestre iu in l yciu
you that 1 was eiltitely cured o!, a
train 'in the hack, hV the lAti of
'ree.3 MI-IlerilingSalve, winch I pufehaSio
frointyou. rsuffetert with it ahtmt:•tor e nty
that time I tried varienstreinklie,
utirch"tweed - piescrthed, to nor blr-phys,-
eians:etul Other persons,Aviihoutvereiving
toy,•itelief, Mid; at - tail made trial of this
Wrth Ti;9110 -favorable hevorld'Or•
retitr tion. am' no.v entirrdy free from
the - pain, and enjoy - at might, a' srve e l nn e
peaceful sleeri•' I haie also used the-Salve
etince, for Mher , complaiuts, • %tilt/ situ la;
happy results. N' our friend,
' " - JOUN 13P1.41,ENtIlielf,
Fer Turn Ors; tlcnrs, and. all kinds of
Bore-:, haS no equal.
BO is voe of the beat things in
.he world for Burk. (See directiena for
• • (
MIX 4 •—Thbrisatals are - yearly cured
by this Ointment. ft Nevert fails In giving
relief„for . .
Atz>r ,Arounri . the hnx are directions for
usigg NuAlistet's Ointment ter Scrofula,
laysipet4,,Tctier. Chithlaie, :kaki ficacl,
sore Ayes, Sore Throat,
tians, ; Pains. , Head-Ache, Deafttess, Ear-
Ache, Burns, Corne t Sore Li l a, :iiid i pt es .
etc ; Croup, Si,nr,plled or. •Broken ,Breast,
Tooth-Ache, Agae in trio. ace, etc.
. an , l_ - Nur;scts...knaw its value
iiicasesAat on,Sore I .3reast, they
would Always apply, ft. tu. „ . §uch:cases„
I rcely,tised, and .accoreing . diree.
loos around eaCh. bog, it gives re;tef iera
Chts Ointment is good for any part.,ot
the body or .laimbs eaten 'inflamed. , in
eases itshohld be applied often. ._
ViIITIOC—No Ointment. wilt be aepiße
t•nlesti the name of :lames :McAhster is
writtanaimh.a pen on every label
• li'r;-ce Twenty-fice cents a Lox.
, Fcifsale by m'y.:kgents in ell
eittes, and town in'tfie ni,ipd
. .• .
Proprietor of atioto ntedtclue.
Principal Mee No. 28 North 3,1 st. Hill:
.4*,.:01g far, Wyoltralßig
Tt,i;k 1 - latur"el;,
Spring, La cey
T. Sterling. *.itortin . 2 tine,
'Lewis Whipple, Mehonpeiiy.
March 5 1..50f.
'IN • cr.* 4 FAlrai)r.tiiffary,
— ;1; -
"HILT; the VictoripusEuniari
- -• lams have chided before them
and the City of Rerne is at the
mercy.of the French, and Xeona surrenders
to the. Austrians, A. G, g
fear or molestation is tef•eivin2 at, his Gro
cery and - Vartet) Store , . 2nd doorhelots the
kincric'an Hotel an extensive assortment of
ne4 and. fresh
GROCERIES, FRUITS, ST4TIOX-
' The fellow:0g - are a few of 'the great va
riety bf articles It;at'are being foiwaided
by dispatch from PhilictOphia : '
• Oranges, "Lernon.s, Candies, Prunes,
juba 'Paste,. Dates, all kindS of Nuts,
Mangoes, Fine Table Salt 'in the : Sack,
Herring, Honey Dew Tobacco,
Snuff, Fishing Tackle; Steel-wai for
purses and bags, various kirids I iTe
works, Accordeons, Faiacy French Cards
and note paper, French , neavelopes, glee
books, gelatine Wafers, Guitar music
instruction-books, all kinds of Paper frOm
printing paper.doWn to shaving paper-,--
Fans of all descriptions, a. ;feat variety
of School Books, Shaving Soap, Brushes,
Toysonimerims articles of perfuinery,
Pies, Cakes, ale, porter, beer, sarsaparil
la, rnineial water, and alrgost everything
else that was ever heard ol or seen in a
July 17,. 181,9
Tn SO BS . CH 1 Elt hereby ; .
informs his frie-nds and the, pub- ata
lic generally. that_ he has taken PI ~„g•
the stand, lately kept by. 4.
tleye, and completed hip arrangements•-
the accommodation o(customeN. ; the
ters himself that all who favor him will'
their .palrenage, tint' hon:" . ,a qul ET
Itorkt,E where a well furni.4ted.isble. comma
divas, apattinents. sod beds devvey,„tieart
and Eornfortable, will Joule.' 6 , 1 . 1r-spotlit'
pleasant and agreeati!e.; -His &tables sra in
the best order, and 813 .1 3 14 ethay., oats , &c.
A continuance of favor= froth old cos!pm
'roetoil a call from now .ones, is respect
tilly - solinite& - -
• .• . GEORGE , : W . . MERSE...REAU.
l'onhhanneetc.Jan. 22:‘1849. •
astnel "51:11 .
and , Crus,t•-•ut gais.war
ranted, for'sale by T. 0. Si C 0...
- reh.l9, 1859.
rank 51111er% Leatinq Fret.ervairrwtnd
Water-Proof 'Oil Blacking. for Sa I e by
• T. CO. .
gt ON .6,7, Sole Leather foi sat e
by: , - H. STARK
I% . oo;;;ZADS..lot,salo,t, the 1 1 ..06p1e$
ti . not.!rgT;T_ OST CO
thy, by I:l. lcti.K-&.W.
7 1011 iifii)leildid :Parasols for
':),...-. by. ~:'' _ -
. - .1... , .11: . STA RK & I: ~
-old bi: 4 Taivtasend is now :shout 70 ieets Of lige,
Ind has long been known as the AUTHORrind DIS.
...OVERER. of the.t: EN UINE ORItIINAL, 'I TOWN
' WEND SAIISAPAIIII.L.A." Being poor, he was cent
pulled' to limit -its manufacture, by which inmans, le
'hits been kept not of market, end the sales 'Omani
scribed-to those only whit had proved its witrth. and
'known its ' value. * It had reached the earstuan:
nevertheless, as those persons who Imo be n healed
of sore diseases, and saved front death, tiocisuned
Its excellence and wonderful
„ - HEALING POWER. i • i KnoWing, many Amer del, that he hsti l by his
ii, still, - science and experience; devised an artithe which
r vrQulti .be of incalculable advantage to imankind
ilWhen,the means would be famished to bring it into
rtiniverial notice, when its' ineatimtible virtites 'would
ll . tset known and appreciated.: Thit tIItIO has crane, the
',means are hupplied, this , i
l' Gra aid and - unequal led IPee tintrfatirrn
'ls Minufficifired meth° largest.scale, and ds called
:,for throughout the length and breadth therilmakes
:;_iecially as it is found incapable' of - degeneratitin u ,
• ..deterioration.' a .
I Unlike young •S. P. Townsentrst it improves with
'age, and never changes, but for the Letter ; bl,cattse it
'is prepared on .scientrfirprinciples by a stien , ffic man.
The highest knowledge of Chemistry and the latest
:discevenesof the art, have all teen bromsht into
.rcquisition.in the mandfneture of the Oh! pr's Sur
'saParilla. The Sarsaparilla rant, at is well knew ri,to
I"nedical men, contains ninny medicinal properties, and
some properties which are inert or useless, and others.
which if. retained , In preparms it for use„lproduce
fermcntatian and acid, which is injurious: to the
,Sorrio,rif the ,proportion of S.irsapuri Ila tire
so - xdatilt. that they entirely eccporate and are lost
In the preparation, if they are nut preserved by a s.-1
resifts praccsf. known rutiy to those expertopeed in
is mantuartnre; Moreover, these riddrite pr'rncepres.
etch fly nit in vapor, or as an exhalation, under
~eat, are thevery essential medical properticit of the
cot, - which give te Unit-its valua. 1
. Any person can Emil or stelae the root tilithey ge
a,datk colored liquid, which is more from the colo
ring -matter In the root than from any thing else ;
they can then strain this insipid or vapid liquid,
sweeten with- tour molasses. and then call it" SAIL
SAPARILLA =TRACT' or SYRUP." Btu such is
not the articl e known as the
GENUIN E.. OLD • DR.- JACOB. TOWN
... 'SElSitys BARSARPARILLA!.
This is so inrispared, that alfthe inert properties el
the Saranystrilla root are first removed, every thing
- capable - ef'becornlng arid, or of fermentation, is 'es
txacted and rejected ; - then every, particle of medical
virtue is secured in a pure and concentrated form;
and thui it is rendered Incapable of losing any of
-Its - valuable and .healing properties., Prepared in this
way, it is made the most ; powerful Agent 114 the
Vole OK inatimaeralqle diseases.
Bence the, reason why We hearicommendatlons on
- erierY'Side in its[ Worthy Men, women and children.
We find it doing wonders in thecae of CON:SU-111R
VON; n YSPEPSI.I. and 1.11 7 ER C0.,11P,1, 2 INT
and !a 'R /I A'GrAf.4 TAW, A'CR(iFUL-1, 'PILES,
CQSVIrE.TII7.SS; all CUT.B.ArEO CIS Eli C7P.
T/0.1545, PIMPLES, lILOTCHEIS,and igi affections
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD.
It possesses a. marvellous efficacy in all complaints
arising from indigestion, from -fridtty of the Stomach,
from unequal' conflation, determination of blond to
the head. palpltatlon of the heart, cold feet and hands,
cold chills soil hot flashes over the body. It has not its
slant to cot..xrs,atut it:OEM(1151 and promotes easy
expectoration and gentle perspiration, relaxing stric
tures of the lungs, throat, and every other part. • -
Rut In nothing ls its excellence more manifejtly
seen and acknowledged than in all kinds and stages of
It work 4 wanders In cases 'of giiire" Rabe or
IP7iites, FalZinrof the Womb, Obstructed Suppressed
or Painful Aleases, it of the menstrual pe
riods, and the_ like ' and is as effectual in curing all
the forms of 4idara Diseases.
By removing„ obstructions, and re,lulating the gene
eal system, lt,,gives tone and strength to the wholb
body, and ihtis.eures all Arms of
'Diervongi diseases and debility,-
and thus preVersta or telieves a great vertettof other
maladies, as Spinal irritation, „Areveelgia, St. Vitro's
D'ance:Swooninr, Epileptic Fits, Contids' ions. ec.
It cleanses the blood, excites the liver to healthy
!action. tones the stomach, and gives good digestion
'relieves the bowels of torpor and constipation,
Inflammation, purities the-akin, equalises the
tirculatiOn. of the blood, producing gentle warmth
equally allover the !tidy, and the insensible perspira
tion; relaxes all strictures and, tightness. ICLUDSCS all
otrstractionsined invigorates the entire nervous sys
tem. -lb slig, this then the .
Medicine you pre, alluerdly -need !
But can any. of these thin herald of S. P. Town
send's inferior article ?This' oung man's liquid Is not
to be • .
COMPARED.WITH THE OLD DR'S,
because,of one GRAND FAftl", that enels-IisiCAPA
'ILI Of D E•TEMOR ATMS: and
•: • "'i NEVER SPOILS •
tale thenthdileiEs'; souring., free, r55„7 and blots
. tug tae bat.lcs containing it wt., fragments ; the sour,
acid litleld 'exploding and, ttrininvir.g ether goods r—
blust hoe this horrible compound be poisonous to the
system Ifiret! put acid into a sys:cra already die
eased withecia I %Vika t causes Dyspepsia but acid?
Di we cot all know that when toed sours in nor
stomachs: what mischief it produces 1 flatulence,
heartburn. palpitation of the heart, liver compinint,
et :whine; dysentery. colic, and eh:ll744am of the blood?
What Is Scrofula but an acid humor in the body?
What Produces nil the humors nhich bring on Erup
tions of the Skin, Scald Ileadt,,Salt. Rheum, Ery
sipelnit, White Swellings, Fever Sores, and all ulcer
aeons Internal and external? ' It Is nothing under
heaven, but an itch/. substance, which sours, and
thes Steals all the fluids of the .body, mere. et less.
Sautes Ithetimaihm bet a sour. or :tufa Bold
wit. :I; insinunte* itself between the joints rind' else
where, irritating tied inflame:4 the delicate tissues
upers;hrhich, it acts ? • En iif nervous diseases, of
the (flop_ et deianged circulations, and near
v nil The nihnenti hnta-tir nature:
Nnsi. Is It not horrible and dell, and in
frimr•ie Worse to use this
60 U1ll:NG, - FERATENTING ACID .”COll
; - • .. .
andsSt he would f..fin have It under" Mod th a t o l d Dr.
Jacyii Tawnicri,i's -Prowor, Oritginal liallsapaniita,
It All fSIITATION of his interior Preparation !! ,
Ifeafitia torbid that tee sholild de,el in un -article
which Wohid bear, l. the most distant resemblance to
resemblanceß. P. „,, n,:.. , n.N cractc , and whielt should bring
down Upon ine.l.lld Dr:such 'a mountain 'arid aeons
plaintS and cri.ramottun%Avon daunts who buy so!d.
find' .parebniers Who hat's.' used S. P. Townsend's
FEiltde.*:ATl.Nr; qtfIIPOI.T.ND, - ,
We , crishitent4ersmod, beintile. It teethe assfete
herb, ;lire;', r:TpwnwnceoritrOcieand Uld:Dr. /atoll
TorCnsend.3 Sirrscon rals ore heat ro-tride apart anarin
p:nitrfy diss - ititlci.; that Dirty aro unlike in Every fiat.
ticalar: Frahm nor one ripple thing in common. - - -
An S. P. To:volt:A is 9 doctur,and , never was,
!ren chemist, r, phanor ceittist— knows se more of
in etKci co i*.t dise,43 than n!fother conimen.tinscien
title, elopo,tessome I man, *hat gra:Wan:et con the pall
he hove that they are , loceiviek aßentilne solentitil
Medicine, enotaimna ail.lhe virtues 01 , the articles
aced' in 'inyinarin?, It. aini Ittilch ere ilocapetbre' 9.
chadgesiwhich Might rethler them the .'sGVin3 IA
Di•ease instead of , atildthi . ..
Est'wipat:else Ciiron!ri ,e expected final ate Who ,
kneivsnothintrcnioparatiit,ely of 'medicine or diseasn!l
ltregniresnl persou .of: oolitic atomic:um to cook and
serve Op even a Intornori decent, meal. How much
more Ire port,mt is it tbatthe'pers ens whir noduntscture
wee,lenie, desigrootl4 . I , ' ' ' ' •
IV ( Tatti !slur/mob:a isnd.' , "essfeebled Sys
tem-. •, - - ,
_Weil the nietlical 'prnperges of pmts ,
the be*r. manner nf cfmicentratin: and securing their
-healing i'irtees, also an Er:tem:lye kiumiedie ol'ibe
vsriees OseaseverhSeh erect the human sysietn„"aad
hatrao Adept "remedies tothese di-eases ! ' '
It is to arrest frauds 11p0:1 the unfOrtunote,.to pout
.balin into wounded humanity, to kindle hope la the
desoairieg bosom, Ge,reflore health and bloom, and . vi
get Into the citished and brtikea. and to banish in
amity ttst OW ISt.' JkiColl •ToWNPEND has
,r,i(rUGOT:tsnd FOVADAheorlpporftloktir and *cams to
. Grittril . trialre*gal Concentrate
' 'ef!!' .=::—.l. ~_i itent — .ds",•• ~ •:. -: .-'
'•Withie-tbre!cii.-itnci.tsi.the-kn..wlnt r e Of ail - - -
7 . For' sale at the Pog-Office, iii? TllO.-
hannoci; by , C.' : E:laterifitoP.-V,OriOral '
A.eal for Wyomin g rouniy. . .:, ;
n 1.44 bt the utuolksif Puta l ci.ApP ermined
~.tth a yetkite total oCtlio haute of P. 'ow:agent!,
Mut', RR:Slits iSitie:lOlitit hp it 'anis:4;l'olu, liahich
~hoFeall IfiK.Tinvritdnirs•Ezdisiipitrillift denetninating it
BNl.lll , 4E4Mriglnal,,-etc...Thly Townsend .14 _lto acme,
andprps•ci 441 but. WAS ,riatneriy.a.,wqrt9r.un tail,
'foods, Catlett, dud the 'like. 'Yet he '3..stungs the, (isle
Of Mr. foi thb - pistiPrisg ne'Siatillnd credit lin ivllist to is
not. Ho is also sending - out cards headed, 1' Tricks 743 t
laustlak!"; In -which- ha says;, 3 hots sold theialio o.
mu Stikine (aria tr week. will Old H. P. ToWnien
;s,SaDzif, lap, will, prodnue one proisf
4his. , This is to &Olen the public ens tlk he' di ceit , .
and houlS'bilt the -r.ntsilliNE, IN AI.
OLD firitTatob TotAdvtded`s hit it
the9id DerDianicos„hisgmosly. coat - or arm, 414 his
`sigiutitire across the coal err.%
•''' Tnitt,TSV.:Nri.. •
POER'D - i: OF S. P. TOWNSEN D.
NEW SADDLE & EtARNESS
respectfolly notify,' the
public that be has coin
The Saddle* Harness
business, in the borci3frit
of Tunlchatinock, in H.
Stark's Brick Block, on
Briorre street, two doors
'above' , H. Stark'& Co 's Store, where - he
Intends to keep on `hand and manufacture
, Saddles t ' Bridles, Va
• ileeokHalters, Carpet RV,.
and every article connected
,with the busi
ness., ay strict attention to" business and
promptness in fit/tilling all engagements,
he hopes to meet with a liberal share of
All kinds of produce taken in exchange
for work—Cash not refused.
• Oi M. L. BEEBE
Tuilkhannock, Oct. 20, 1840
l'Atr , '.94
, %•0).il ;;F:i " 4
V.te; ,I ' . T.•.-
___ . " ' l -z.?: -,- ., ,`'..i•
Thetit:pc has now arrived, that persons
suflorinV from secret disease, need co
more to become the victim of quackery,as
by the prescription contained in this book
any one may cuie himself without hin
drance to business. or the knowledge of
the most intimate friend, and with one•
tenth the usual expense. In addition to
the general routine of private disea.es, it
fully explains the cause of manhoon's ear
ly decline, with observations on marriage
—besides wail other derangements which
it wield not be proper to t numerate 1 11
the public prints..
Any person ser;ing Twsnl-Five cents
enclosed in a letter, will TPCrIVP one copy
of this book, by mail, or five copies ill
be sent for one dollar. Andress. Di?. W.
VOUNG,Nn. 1.51 SPISUCE street,PHIL
Dr. Young can be consulted on any of
the diseases described in his ditterent pub
&alines, at his c . e, 152 Spruce street,
every day between 9 and 3 o'clock, (Sut,
May 21. 18 . 50. • 1 v
CLOTHING EMPORIUM ! !
At the New Clothing and Gentlemen's
Furnishing & Outfitting Establishment,
KOHNS & MAYER,
drid g e st., one door below Messrs
Read & Store, have the
pleasure of _nviting the public hi general
and those who want Good and Cheap
Clothing in particular, to call at their store
and examine the largest and num splendid
sfock of the
ever imported into flits seetton 'of country
such as Coats, Pantaloons, and Vests ;
Shtris, Suspenders, Glove ,- ,, and
every article of bleV s l, Youth and Chil
Their articles ar well , made and the
work is warranted.
MI kinds of Clothing made to order on
they have also on hand a good stock of
Boots & Shoes.'
Being determined to sell goads as low
its they vaii be bought at any other esteb
lishtnent in the lloinri we feet assured that
we can suit - at! those who may favor us
with a call. KOHNS MAYER.
Oct. 20; 1849.
Wyoming co. Mutual Insurance Com.,
TN cog pott.o E.) by Act of Penn.Lei.;-
islaiurr, approved April X 6, 1840., is
now ; ready to r eeive applications for In ,
.orance, on the Mutual principle, on most
kit.ds of - property exposed tndestruetion by
fire. All who insure in' - this CoMpany
will share equally,, in proportion to the
mount insured, in the profits and losses;
and each will have a vote in the election
of officers atad.a voice in the direction of
its operations. •
'the full,:wing are the Directors and Of
titers for the eopuing year:
John Bunnell, Bradley Wakenian,Ja
bez Jenkins, Sherman D. Phelps,, Ste
phen Capwell, A. K. Peckham, Henry
Robers, Andrew Gordinier, Asa S. Da
na, R. "R. Little, Thos. Osterhotit, Al
fre Hine, John Fassett. •
,S. D. Phelps, President. i•
Milton Dana, Secretary.
R. R. Little, Vice President; •
John Bunnell, Treasurer.
S. H. Taylor, General Agent.
Not,rpore that/ e 2,000 taken in one - risk,
and no tteam or other extre-h3ztirdoirs
property insured. Amount of Advance
,on ,cl,OOO, on a five-yeais
loser - eke, for safe farm prope;iy,'F3.oo,
...nbout onc-'ortit the amount charged by
stock companies. Other property to pros
portion to risk.
Applications for . insurance or for Agec,
cies to'bn addressed to H. ft. Littk, Chair
man Executive Commbtee ' or to
MILI ON DANA, see.
Tookhaonock. June 4. 10.
Auditor's . Notice. •
THE- underbig,ned Auditor, appointed
by the court of common pleas of
%I , sorriiir couniy,to didtributo the proceeds
atoang from the, payment of the instal
ineritsln.the czar of.thv,exMnsioti of Phtl
lip Hull'a Reai - Estata upon. rt. 'Fa. No.
24, Aptil Terai._lBso, hereby, Oyes liatice
that, atteriA:io.tho duties of his" -
Pointment4t (lien in runkhannock
hoioutib, on tf;e 14th day of Ai4tist next,
at 19 e!eloalc where io4 ,when all
liaisons bn'vitig etalitta upon aaid.proeeeda
apt- retwiredto make them known or be
debarred limit. eoipine in 'upon the same.
'JOON nRISBiN, .qudit4r.
Jane 28 rgio. . •
ourself for 25 Cents.
By means of the Pock
et ESCULAPIUS, or
Every one his own
Physician ! Twenty-.
fourth edition, with
up\vards'of a hundred
private diseases of ev•
6ry • shape and furrd,
and malformationk' of
the (Tenerative system,
by Wm. Youso, M.U.
.D 1 C.EC TOILS
• ' • • •• -
AVE heenio fhb - roughly 'klitivVith'
thesontli l ern counties of ' this State
as well as in varjouapprtsolthe
nitedStaies as ain't:is:l to render unnecessa—
ry an ad vertiserner . t in this section,-as• the
papers in which they .haiel been published
are taken by most of the citizens here.
Has many advantages ,over preparation
which are now offernd for sale, as it contains
na drug which tyill..prove injurious to the
health. not is kt necessary to take such
large quantities as of those which are put up
to large bottles. 'and of which Six tinira as
much is taken at a time us is used of - Shep.
herd s s in a dose. Party. persons have suppo
sed the bottles containing a large quantity
to be coMpased •Of the same materials and
possess as much, virtue as Shepherd's; as a
proof of this being an error we will refer
the public to the ;fact of many -persons be.
ing relieved of 'lent standing diseases by
Shepliere's Sarsaparilla attet all others had
failed; experiennce is the test of know ledge,
and we have only to refer to the tact of the
large bottles put up by various persons
purporting to be, sarsaparilla having, sold
largely until Shepherd's bacame introduced
when their sales diminished in many places
We refer the public to the agents publish
ed below for pamphlet descriptions of
Nhephent's - Medicines, 11E1'4E51RO1 the doses
arr Shepherd's Sarsaparilla are ,six times
smaller than the dose& of ihowe put up in
quart bottles and! it contain§ ten times the
strength, and virtue, 32 doses for 75 ets in
S REP HE, R VER-111FUG E
We have know*, tzne teaspoonful to ex pe
100 worms: this is a preparation which has
saved thousands ht . :children frOrn!'untimely
groves, it stands iffp,her as a worm destroys
er then any other! preparation now offered
for sak-.. Head the following- certificate
from Judge Koons of Luzern° en., it speaks
tut itself .
otvx 11 t1.1.,Pa..: Jan. 2.0, 1847.
please send me hinr bottles more of Simi).
herd's Vermilug.e. The three bottles purs
chased of you a Short time-ao have been
used 'With the happieSt effects.: -TheY
were (riven to three of my children—i n one
case 65 worms were expelled. in another
164, and the last 67. 1 sin anxious to give
the rest 01 my raptly the benefits of this
medicine and therefore order as above.—
This is deciledlyi the best article for des
troying worms tliut has ever been-in tins
part of the country. I have tried Orick's,
lieakirt's, nerricli's andMilter's, but with
out any good effect.
I ours with "esteem,
1' WTEDSTXTES VEGET4BLE
' This medicine is pre-eminent as a mild
and efficient aperient. operating Without
-griping or in any manner injuring the sys.
tem, the name they bear is explanatory at
the' ind of ingredients of which they are
composed and we assure the pubile:hey are
The great encouragement that has been
giveia to these Pills. and the marked suc
cess attending. their use•in the variorts_cotn
plaints fsr which they have been recom
mended, has compelled the proprietors te a
dopt a much more enlarged plan of their
manufacture that heretofore. and which it
is thought Will be sufficient to - supply 'the
great and increasing demand for. them.
Elie well I; non n superfority - 'and, numerous
advantages possessed, by these pills over
those in common use has given them a
most enviable pianularity, and established_
them in the confidence of the intelligent and
enlightened of the community, and are ac..
cordingly eonsidered,the most pleasant and
efficientpurgative mediciue presented to the
public. One of the'inost valuable and ton t .
mendable properties they possess is the
uniterin mildness and great, certainty 0 1
their operationi another is that they require
no restriction on the, part of the patient, 00..
ea3toritng tie interference with the ordina
ry way of living. arid may be used atall
times with ceitainty and effect. Their be
ing ,composed entirely of mild and alit:dew
vegetable ingredients, gives them thisi t p.
,quality, thus adding to their gener
al value. It is not generally known, al
though strictly true, that the greatetnurn.
het ofpitls now hefoie the public are corn•
posed of ingredients so. poisonous in then
effect that when used for any, length of time
produce serious derangement of the diges
tive organs and
,y,eq frequently an aggra
vation of the domplatot they %vett; inteuded
to relieve, andin many cases produCcanew
and more dangerdus disease. This is a
matter which those wild value health should
not pass over without tinly,reflecting,uper t
it has therefore received the'uttliOS( consid
eration of the United litates,Yegetable Pur
gative Lillis, as their popularity and success
may scrve in part tb evince:';
THE GRE.IT TVESTA'RJr.)IGUE
Sppeille ) '
a so vereign remedy for this distressing
disease: its suctessts marked at every step ,
of its provess.th,ose,wito have suffered for
mouths w:th out being able to obtain relief
have beeneffectually cured WiltiS reined;y.
. 4 ,:yrice one (loner per' 6641;3, "
BUDDER CU. prOprieters:'.,
And for sale by , the following:respectable
Rerchants - who have - been appranted agents
In Tunkhannoek,' • ' I4i 0: Stark
, C. M."lioon.
Willesbarre, •,, , Wen. aarey.'
Montrose ' 111.: C". Tvyler.
Taidaude... • M Cater
Skinnere - EddY • , J.•Sysrdevont.
Sterlingville, • • • 1 r•1.D."1,1 SJeriing.
P , ttiton , • , Ateigki -
Carbondale - •V. )1 Or. I ronside,
Exeter ' • . -:E,A:nney &Co.
Berwick . 11.. A 13.nilson
Danville" ' T %raw/Olen
Wl;cirning I T 'Allteitem &
- • , , ,-t
PPOPWB : old:line of tsteagiftra „be
tween littsport anti Vontorni
gary, are, doing a .treintsndocs , ;husinevF.—'
,Thete is nothing that can conipete„with,
Them. „There is. no .shoals or sand banks,
that,Can atop them.. and they, a rst constant
lyoupp.lying the anbstoribers with a mpg.:
nifi cep tAssortratint or
- • ,
• •Ch Cap; Ni!tie, and Seasonable '476eds.
Every variety that can be found in a'coun
try'Stnre : ; t
Cloths,Cussiniers;Satinetts,Beeterteen s ,
• Kentucky jedns; Flannels,
all Ititaila of" Calicos, Doteestics. *French
Alerinoes, Buriords, Oerroenia, Cloth's 'Of
all colors, and gpja . Oirnps'and'vels:
vets, Bats., Caps, Boots, hoea-r-
Iron, Steel, Nails_ and Nail'Rodel,•
Coffees, Teis, Stigars, MoTAßds,, P ye
'Cod'Fish, Baskets,' ke. of
tvhieh t6ll be sold' very loth pricei for
Cash or unykind'of .Barter. ,
THOS. OSTERHOUT & CO
Oct. 30, 1849;
E fr s
fAERE ettiENl C ..
Established 50 Yilrs' ago, by
Jr. W.' Corner of Third and Union 43.,
between Spruce and Pine streets,
YEARS ot extensive and
uninterrupted .practice spent in thiti
city have rendered Dr. K. the mo.st.expert
and successfu practitioner far and-near, in
the treatment of all diseases of a private
nature. Perseus afflicted with ulcers on
the body, throat or legs, pains in the head
or bones. mercureal rheumatism, stric
tures, gravel, disease arising from youth
ful excesses ~r impurities et the blood,
whereby the constitution has become
feeb led, are all treated With success,
Ile who places himself under the re
of Dr. may enafidein his
honor as a gentleman, and cen6dertly il
ly upon his skill as a physician... . ,
Take Particidar olice.
Young, men who have injured- them
selvas by a certain practice indulged in—
a habit frequently learned from evil nom
pan ions or at school—the effects of which
are nightly :ell., even when asleep, and
destroy both mind and body, should apply
immediately. VI eakness and constitu
tional debility, loss of muscular energy,
physical lassitude and general prostra
tion, irritability and all nervous afteCtionF,
indigestion, sluggishness of the liver, and
every disease in any way connected with
the disorder _of the procreative functions
cured, and full vigor restored.
YOUTH & MANHOOD.
KINICELIN on 'Self Preservation
ONLY 25 CENTS.
This hook just published, is fielled with
useful ieforinaliou, on the infirmities and
diseases of the .01:wativeATgans. it ad
dresses itself alike to Youtb,. Manhood and
Old Age, and should be read by all.
The. valuable advice and irnpreisive
warning it gives, will prevent years of
misery' and savo ; annually thousand 7 of
PareOtaby.readini it will leir c 'n.h'otv to
prevent the iie . truction of , their children.
A remittance of 2.4 centF . i enclosed la a
_.Dr. Kfaßellal N•
norner . of Third and . Union N.'- W .
Spruce and Pine, Philadelphiil," will'en
sure a.bouk, under envelope, per reto; n of
Persons at a dfstance ms , address fir.
K. by letter, (post paid,) and belmted at
Packages of Medicine?, Direetion: , .,'etc„
forwaTded by - sehding a remittanee, and
put up secure from .Datrtlge 9r Curiosity.
Book-sellers, .NeoB Agents, • Pedlars,
CanvasserS, and all oihers "supplied with
thei above Worli-at very IoW rates: 44y1
WONDER Sr, BLESSING,OIhe /WE!
THE Wyoming county
‘ Agency for
the sale of inis valuable'and•popit tar
ele.h as saaseft into the hands of Mesbrp.
BULLES GOODALE. rvtth a edpply
The. great merit ol this =elf . ..known
Npringland &nattier Remedy is such £9 to
int.ureit an extensive, bale, Persons too
tending to tiseit , as an alterative. will
welt to er , .ntrience early , and .nerseyere
until its i Ificticj: in: their particular cases
shall 'un fairly -tested. •
46 Saved her Etie r)
so says Mre: : Thomas ; Osterhouf; of our
villand, who was sinking under a general
and otherwise, g,reatly, si:eviared distress
and suiferin. as certifiec in the case.:of
Mrs. Alfred. nine. • „„,
DisPeP&ia cured !
hyfrelief brought to a case of - waterer - oh.
in a storriaelt.dtseased, and greatly. debil
itated. The, stihscri tier can certify--to
this. ilituselithe bat-eget foe_years—is
- greatly_ henefitted--health,restored. ,
theretrore renommende, in Intl confidence.
the Pee of 'Ht. S.! 'TOWNSEND'S
Compoited' Syrup -of arsaparilia, as a
pleaSaiit- and agrOeahle beverage-in no
wise'offensiveto.the taste and 'stomach,
and; ,possessing ; •trply , valyable,,medical
prOperties. Flaying no longer . ally mter4
est In the Baler!, be voluntarily. makes statethent injust ice,to the'propriptors;
and in friendship to theafflicted:
A - . DURHAM:.
• ' Tunkhannocli; Match. 1850.!, Re :
- wAf 11 ERE AS my 'wife. Charlotte,
'IA Lica VAO PI'O‘ReOPPN etrqr 0
to potify.ol..porsops n0t.19 _lrust hcr. on
mY ,4 ' o g9tilit;t4s I debta
conirictirisr. • • • E Plf EN' A LIAE
Forjuktoo,,Mav 18, 1850.
&IDLES, Raka and Scythes for(sale
chtli: •1 - iy H. STARK & CO.
Cornii of Niirkfei and Fr an streets
' - 'i r itll6Y3 - , lPett 'rasal.
lat ISlafie airitcatnittoaroni
y cent:4od Ekk'Catit.-r , J. P.
Dennis;} has beoft-thoroughly tepaired
and put, irrthe hest of.,order.throughvut,
rendering it one ' of the most convenient
public 'Houses in :Northern Pettirsylimn
ia• . .alere , bas alco'bet;'n erected on the
premise's eVrP i sive Pew• ata.ti4 attdpea.
Tlielai is furnished :with the xricrA eL h o i ce
'ana v>ith all the -,4 1 ;.
ties of the tieasort..'' The proprietohnOi
by furnishing. his,houseAritheveifthi ng
necessary t(,) , promote Rape , 414 , comfort,
to render We " ,Eagle'? hptp,e for strati
i;:ers and tritvellqrs. wad' 19
share' of their patroiagi.
0.•-Hoises carria ges at`' all times
andlow ' 16tf
RS A LIQUID CUR*
idsiiive deter erne - 4 for
Whether Internal, External, Blind or
Bleeding . ; Scrofula, - White Swellings,
'lslCers and Ulcerated Soto Throat, Can,
ker Sore-Mouth, Rheumatism;-,Cutane
ous Diseases, . .
Also for segtl(4, bump, coF,lvginb t b . julB-
etc. We'teel' justtfied . au proc.iiriitag
THE FACT_ TU. THE WORLD
that of all 'medicines ever broog,ht before
he NONk; •have . everhaeh mote
beneficial to afflicted humanity than " My:-
leis' LiqUid,Uure.''Vett kiiow - -thal this to
sayin e great.deal, but if.we were to write
,volumes, de. could. not say too much in
. pritisn of thisiealth.reStorinGlife-presetv
ing Remedy.- - Hundrede, may thonsandn.
bless the h a ppy hour v./ hervfirbt,. they . were
made acquainted with its 'transcendent vir
toes ,and our present perpose,to to.infortu
other thousands, li,iiv_and where they may
obtain that relief,' which:they perhaps have
The superior, excellence of this pppara.
tion' overall other medicinkfor 'the spit
,4l r and , permanent cure•of PIL-135,, hell
known to all who have. testedit. It has
been ?roved in thousands of instances, and
. Ng VER FAILED
to env. rho
MOST OBSTINATE CASES, -•
and, we ire 'confident it 4
NEVIt 'WILL . FAIL
if used a proper length of time according
to directions. As p -oaf of our entirecon
ifidence in ita ftfcacv, we 'adsure oil pur
chasers that,;if, atter a proper trial,it prove
ineffectual, the money paid for it will be
The "Liquid Cure" is an - effectual rem,
edyaf©r itingivorint, Biles _Pimples; Ellar 7
ber'a \ Itch, nosted
`fAlt I:thet.m,:lNiusquito Sites,' Stings of
I 015,,90us Inlectc,•&e., :and (Or Cutaneous,
Diseases of every description.
It is both safe snit:effectual for
giving immediate and permanent - relief.
No preparation now beforer Abe public
can surpass the excellence. of 'the "Liquid
eine" for Scalds, Burns; Cuts, epratn.,
Its effects as a: • .
Real Pain Killer. art Alagical.
Every.faxiiily.in - Xhe: l tatt4 , inhould.f provide
,thi) chepnOss of t Which ',Napes it
'within the tenth' of f - • •
- • - •
Full directions accompany Niel; bottle:
- Tarophlstk, con4iningisogies. ofi certlfi
pates. from thOe who hale tei;eh;iie . “ Li
quid "Cure t ": the ot our
atithcirised -agetits. 2 ' • 1 ' '
" Myers' Liquid Cure" is prepared,poly
by - • - ~--tigkilaMEAVQ•as,
:21 -Spruce atreet,
_c ~,;•••••• •
For Sale- at the Post -Office itiltffik
hannock, by C. E. LATIIIIOPOzerieiaI
Agent for Wyoming eoMity',
311 4 1 t 1
THE subscribe rinfornisida friendsand
the public in general, that .be still
Oontinues• = to.; ricertpy-rithis• well
known stand: -'Cho hOu*e has been thor
oughly repaired.and improved - thiandhout.
By strict attention US business, a well;
'provided table and bar," , eticiiinodiona eta
filing. and. good attendants, he Oulie r s.
rgeeive v a Jo has heretotere-4or.whiellh
is very .thankful—a , liberal, iharo'.ef the
public paironnae." ' ' N. MARTUsi.
.:11rett 2 74 18 4 9 : •!,
IS 'N. IJ-The' tagei'Office for ihe
Ali:lm , q°. Tfinkhrtariock. Wilkes
pairi , r dPhiladel ia, - and Vankhrin....ck
and A I ens stage tines, 'Let-Martia' Ho
. Yiratciisail ireivelry Shbp.
'Respectfully announces to 'the ' - citizens
AVyemingieounty,and:eiiirciidluling eon n
iry,; t brat . e blisAntee A ; 4 4 nyfojpo,a hop in
the Borough of - l'unkhannock next door •
below the:' , Caw ' , Offieei.er-ONaiAki,Piitti,
where .otaaning, .and repairing Wwieol3B
and Cionits will be done in,good, ittlla and
ihe_shoieent notjce,' ai d'moat masonable
teiniii4:,o4elrY mended to order.
- • • He'imitl also - keep ort
assortment l okjeweiry - ,pflepd,quplity; a nd
fashionatile stxle,„ The p,utlic are, 'invited
eive,bini ,a cell:: '
OLO VSR SEED,-1 4 arge , ,,nit,,timal
ki Linda or l sale , ethiO'retegr 1)1i St qie
I r rifdliiinnnOck`# April II th. 41350.
A , Gfi:eh i4ailegriat Be e 3
ink fqtialekbW 7,14E10. &
T.'l'4C.Atne.r :try9saing, is, now sup
, „plying this market with a largaguan
tity or coal, 'which ' ivill
Apply 'at thi'stere
March t t..).6, 5().
Lg . ,HBOIOA,