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SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
From the Albany Cultivator.
SELECTION OF SEED COR.
A writer in the American Farmer says in
ths selection of his corn for seed ha always
pursues the following plan, and remarks in
regard to others: ,lI would advice that in
cutting the tops off their corn this fall,
leave the top on those stalks having two or
three fine ears, and which are very forward
and the shocks dry and white, thus showing
their forwardness.-s-By the top, they can
easily distinguish the seed corn at gathering
time, and gather and house it to itself, and
not rake the shock off till planting time in the
spring, keeping it until then, secure from rats
and vermin. And by continuing this proorss
a few years, they will increase their com
crops, with so little trouble that no practical
farmer should' fuil to try it.
I have never known one to try it, who did
not acknowledge its benefits and increased
yield of corn. Several have lately rode thro'
my corn ctop, and every one expressed their
great surprise at seeing vastly more stalks
with fourorfivo large cars on each, than they
ever saw before, and not one in many dozens
without two or thrco fine ears on them. 1
ask all to try it a few years, and if not plensu
ed with the result, to discontinue it. fly this
process they materially increase its forward
ness. 1 am fully satisfied from long experi
ence, of the grout advantage of reserving the
best of many of our products for seed, uud
letting them grow fully ripe before harvest
ing ; and earnestly recommend the same to
all cultivators of the soil."
HINTS TO FARMERS.
Tomatoes make an excellent preserves.
Toads are the very best protection of cab
bage against lice. '
Plants, when drooping, are revived by a
few grains of camphor.
Pears are generally improved by grafting
on the moutain Rsh.
Sulphor is valuable in preserving grapes,
&C-, from insects.
Lard never spoils in warm weather, if it is
cooked enough in frying out.
In feeding with corn, 60 lbs. ground goes
as far as 100 lbs. in the kernel.
Corn meal should never be gronnd very
line. It injures the richness of it.
Turnips of small size have double the tut-
tricious matter than large ones have.
Ituta Baga is tho only root that increases
in nutricious Qualities as it increases in sizi
Sweot olive oil is a certain cure for the
bite of a rattlesnake. Apply it internally and
Rats and other vermin aro kept nwny from
grain by a sprinkling of garlic when packing
Money skilfully expended in drying land
by draining or otherwise, will be returned
with ample interest.
To cure scratches on a horse, wash the less
with warm soapsuds, and then with beef
brine. Two applications will cure in the
Timber cut in tho spring and exposed to
the weather with the kirk on, decays much
sooner than if cut in the fall.
Experiments show apples to be equal to
potatoes to improve hogs, and decidedly pre
ferable for feeding cattle.
Wild. onions may be destroyed by cultiva
ting corn, ploughing and leaving the field in
its ploughed state all winter.
Lately two soldiers went off turkey stealing.-
The turkey, roost was a half mile dis
tant from the encampment, and belonging to
a roan who had given umbrage to some of tho
men.- The plan was that two of the men
erreuUl engage him in conversation, or pretend
toasaist him iu keeping the fire from reach
ing his fence, while the other two should go
forth on their praiseworthy errand. By some
mistake ouo of the two who were to go for
ward, found himself alone ; but resolved to
make the most of his time, he grabbed an
'old un' firmly by its drumsticks, and put out
at full speed. Ho had gone but a few steps
when he fouud himself hotly pursued: Think
ing to himself, 'now, legs, do your duty,' he
made a desperate brush for a 'quarter' now
lost in the tall grass, now enveloped in smoke
and now appearing in full view again nssoine
broad flame shot upward, the rapid hippity-cliji
pace of his pursuers falling mora significant
ly upon his ear at every step. Further suc
cessful racing, carrying such weight, became
To drop the turkey and merely make good
his individual retreat;, would scarcely do.
There was but a moment left for deliberation ;
he was already 'winded,' and would be a
'gone coon' in six jumps ; or what w as worse
it would be a gone turkey without a cliange
of tactics. Suiting the action to the thou-'ltt,
he threw the turkey upon the ground, placed
his foot on its neck, and squaring himself, he
thou ted out to his pursuer, in a bantering lone.
'Now oomo on and if you are a better man
than I am, you can tuke your old turkey !'
'Why Sam, you blam'd old fool,' cried the
ouo bfhiiid, 'it's nobody but me with another !
"Doduinq a Billet." We find the fol
lowing anecdote going the rounds of the pa
per under tlia title of ' Dodging a Bullet."
e know not how authentic it mav be :
John Uuincy Adams once received the fol-
luwmg challenge :
Sir Your remarks in the House on Tues-
day, relative to my deceased friend and relu
live, I consider a personal insult. Being ut
leisure lo-uuy, i imve prevailed on myfrieuit,
the Hon. Mr. Jamieson, whom you will find
to be a man of the tdiiotest honor, to cull n.
pou you, and arrange for. a ptoper settlement
oi me. iiuuier, as is customary umong gentle
Very respectfully your ob't serv't,
J. R. Sattehlee.".
To which Mr. Adams made the following
"My Dear Sir I thank you for having af
forded we an opportunity of half an hour's
conversation with the agreeable unit excel
lent Mr. Jainiesoti. As to the proposal which
you were good enough to make and which
I presume is intended as an invitation for me
W set myself up as a mark to be fired at
excuse me, if I decline it. I can do so con
sistently, as I assure vou I have not the hon
or to be a gentleman but yet I remain your
h- LI I . V . J
'mioib aim on i Herrani.
CD U S2T 'OP QB 3y tP
II T dm power C(0a all BSTtaitAt SORES,
OISONOU8 WOUNDS to discharge thtir pu
trid matters, and than basil them.
It Is rich! j termed All-healing, for thera Is sure
ty disease, external or internal, that It will not
benefit. I hive osrd It for the list fourteen years
for all diseases of iha chest, eonaumption and liver,
involving the utmost danger and responsibility,
and I declare before heaven and man. that not in
one aingle cms has it failed to benefit when the pa
tient waa within the reach of mortal meani.
I have bad phyalciana, learned in the profession.
I have had miniaiere of lb go pel, judgea of the
bench, aldermen, lawyers, gentlemen of the bigh
rat erudition, and multitudes of the poor use it in
every variety of way, and there haa been but one
voire one unitersal voice aaying t "M'Alliater,
your Ointment is GOOD."
In Scrotals, (Mil timet, Erysepetas. I eirer i.t
vrr Complaint, Sore Eyra, Quinsy, 8ore Throat,
Uroncliitia, Broki n or Sore Breoet, riles, all Chest
Diseases, such as Asihma, Oppressions, Pain
Also, Sore Lips, ChappeJ Hamle, Tumor, Chil
dren's Cutaneous Eruptions, Nervous Diseases,
and of the Spine, there ia no medicine now known
SCALD HEAD. Wo have cured cses that
actually defied every thing known, aa well aa the
ability of 15 or 20 doctors. One man told ua he
had ipenl (300 on hia rhtldien without any bene
fit, when a fpw boxes of Ointment cund them.
B LDN ESS It will leslore the bail sooner
than any other thing.
HEADACHE The aalve has cured prisons
of the headache of 12 years' standing, and who
bail it regular every week, ao that vomiting often
took place. Dr.sr.ir.sa, Eta Acnx, and Anos is
tiik Kick, arc cured ly Ihia Ointment wilh like
RURN8. It is ono of the beat things in the
world for Burns. (Read ihe dirretions around the
RHEUMATISM. It removes almost immedi
ately the infl imation and swilling when the piin
ceases. (Read the Dirretions around the Box.)
COLD FEET. Consumption, Liver Com
plaint, Pain in the ch at or side, falling off of ihe
hi.ir, one or the other always accompanies roll
feet. (Thia Ointment ia the true remedy.) It ia
a sure sign of disease to have cold feel.
TETTER. There ia no.hing belter for the
cure of Tetter.
PILES. Thousands aie yearly cured by this
CORNS. Occasional use of Ihe Ointment will
always keep Co-na from growing. People need
never le troubled with them it they will use i
Head Ihe fallowing Communication,
Received fiom an old. respec i d snj well known
citizen of Philadelphia. and then judge for your
Philadelphia. 10 m 13lh, 1816
To T, B. Peterson, Having been requeued
to cie my opinion on ihe merits of M'ALLIS
TEli'S SALVE, I am willing to enumerate aome
of the brnrlita which 1 have experienced in the uae
of the article.
In the spring of 1S4S, I had an attack of Ery
sipelas in my face which became very painful, and
extendrd into one of my eyes, being attended with
fc vi r, my distress was great and I began to be fear
ful of losing my eye.
Although not much of a believer in what is
commonly call, d quark medicines, I purchased a
box and made an application to my face. To my
sui prise the piin soon ab.ited, and in a week's time
it waa entirely cured, and I firmly believe that it
wss ihe salve, under Providence that cured me.
From that time to the present. 1 have used Ihe
article as occasion required, and in every case where
I have Used it, I have found a decided benefit.
At oi.e lime, on going to b"d at night, my throat
waa an aore that I swallowed wilh difliculiy, but
ty an application or the salve I was relieved before
I have usod it in ease of burns, bruises, sprains.
and flreh cuts, all wilh tho happiest effects, and
one case of poisoning by a wild vine in the woods,
has hi en dried up and cured by a few application.
rrom my own experience, I would atroncly re
commend it to all, aa a cheap, convenient, family
h ive become so partial In it, that I expect to
keep it cnnlanily in my family.
I hough not ambitious to appear in print, vet I
cannot refuse to have thia communication made
public if judged best lo serve ihe cause of humani
ty. Respectfully ihine.
No. 26, Old York Road.
CAUTION. N Ointment will be genuine
unless the names of James M'Alliater, or James
M Allister St Co., are written with a pen on eve
ry label. JAMES M'ALLISTEK,
Pole proprietor of Ihe a'xive medicine.
JPRICE, 25 CENTS PER BOA'..0
AotxTe : J. W. FRILLN'O. Sunhury,
FORSifTH, WILSON St Co.,
Dr WM. M BICKLEY, Danville,
J. G. CKOUSE. Selinagrove,
P. C. 8HF.I.1.ER. Lewisburg,
WM. F.NAGI.E. Milton,
JOHN 8IIARPLESS, Cattawisaa.
Feb. 19th, 1648. eowlv
VENI, VIDI, VICI Dr. ALLEN'S VEGE?
TABLE COMPOUND, for the cure of
DYSPEPSIA. LIVER COMPLAINT. NER
VOUS DEBILITY. BILIOUS AFFECTIONS.
cVc. This Medicine is offered lo ihe public under
ihe at au ranee that there ia no article in existence
having stronger rlaima lo Iheir consideration. Be
ing compounded by a regular Graduate of Ji fief.
son College, Philadi Iph a, and a practising physi
cian of twenty years' standi g in Philadelphia, ass
long experience has cnnllrmed him in Ihe opinion
tn it a compound medicine was required lo prevent
and remedy the debilitation pr duced by trsiding
in low, miasmatic climates, ami lo counteract Ihe
pin trating influence of many nervous disorders
with which ihe human family are afflicted.
Die. ALLbN is a well known phi eician, and
has used the atwve medicine in his practice for 8
years wilh Ihe most astonishing effect, having tes
ted it qualities in above
r I Vri THOUSAND CASES.
No medicine ever leeiived more fialteiing re-
commendations from physicians of eminent stand
ing linn has then bestowed on this.
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION AND
IIS CONSEQUENCES. An eminent Pmfes
aor aiys: "It chiefly arises in persona who lead
either a very sedentary nr irregular life. Although
not regarded aa a fatal disease ; yet if neglected or
improperly treared, may bring nn incurable Me.
laneholy, Jaundice, Madness, or Veitlgo, Palsy
and Apoplexy, A great aingularity attendant on
it is, that il may and often doea continue a great
length of lime without any remission of the symp
toms. CAUSE-1. Grief and uneasiness of mind, in
iene study, profuse evacuaiiona, exceaa in venery,
excessive use of spirituous liquors, tea, tobacco, o
pium, and other narcotics, immoderate repletion,
over distention of the stomach, a deficiency of Ihe
secret ion of the tile or gistrie juice, exposure to
i old and damp air, are the chief causes of Ihi dia
eaae. 8 YM PTOMS. Loss of appetite, nausea. Heart-
hum, aridity, and ftetid eructations, gnawing of
me atnmacn wnen rmpty, uneaainesa in the throat,
pain in the side, costiveneaa, ckallnees, languor,
lowneas of spirits, pilnitationa, and disturbed
TREATMENT. UK.- ALLEN'S VEGE
TABLE COMPOVNU haa never failed in allur.
ding immediate relief, and a isdical cuie fur this
fJC Thia Medicine can be had of II, B Maaer,
ouniiuryt J. C Martin, roll ville, Medlar St.
nickel, Orwigaburg ; and of Druggiat generally,
ALLEN St WARD, Proprietors.
Philadelphia, Nov. 87, 1847 eq ly
A GENTS to canvass for soma Nawand Poru
I as Woexs, in every Coi stt throughout
thUmted Stales. To Agenta. the most liberal
encouragement is offered with a small rapital
of from fit to $100. A chance is offered, where-
uy an agent ean max a irom 10 to 23 per week
IL?- ror mriner particulars, address (noit
A'o. 158 North Heeond SI.
Philadelphia, April 1, 1818 3m.
DAWK. MOTE LIST.
Tbe following Bet ehowa the current value of atl
Cenaaylvania Bank Notes. The moat Implicit re
liance may be placed upon h, aa it is every wee
larefully compared with and corrected from Bick
nanki In Philadelphia.
NOTES AT PAR.
Bank of North America . , par
Bank of the Northern Iilwrtie ' . par
Commercial Bank of Penn'a. . . par
Fanrtera' and Mechanics' Bank par
Kensington Bank , . . par
Philadelphia Bank ' i par
Bchuylkill Bank . . par
Snulhwark Bank par
Western Bsnk . par
Mechanics' Bank . par
Manufacturers' ft Mechanics' Bank par
Bank of Penn Township . . par
Girsrd Bask . . par
Bank of Commerce, late Moyamensing par
Bank of Pennsylvania par
Bank of Cheater County Westchester par
hank of Delaware County Chester par
Bank of Oermantown Oermantown par
Bank of Montgomery Co. Nnrristnwn par
Doylestown Bank Doylestown par
Eastnn Bank Eaalon par
Farmers' Bank of Burks eo Bristol par
Bank of Northumhciland Northumberland par
Columbia Bank Sr n ridge co.'Columhia par
Farmers' Bank of Lancaster Lancislct par
Lancaster County Bank Lancaster par
Lmeaater Bank Lancaster par
Fnrmcrs Bank nf Reading Reading par
limce of Bank of I enn a.
Lancaster I offices
Reading jdo not
Eastnn J issue n.
"auk nf Ihe United States
Wilkcsbsrie 1 1
Allentown nn sale
Miners' Bank of Pottsville
Bank nf l.ewiatnwn
Rank of Middletown
Do dn branch of
Merchants' & Manuf. Bank
Bank of Pittsburg
West Branch B.mk
Berks County Bank
Office of Bank of U. S.
Do do do
Dn do do
Bank of Chambershuig
Bhk of Gettysburg
Bank of Susquehanna Co.
Farmers' dr. Drovers' Bunk
Uro.vns f lie
Moimngahcla Bank of B.
N. I). The notes of those banks on which we
omit quotations, and substitute a dash ( ) are not
purchased by the Philadelphia brokers, wilh the
exception of those which have a letter of r. ferencc.
Philadelphia Sav. Ins.
Philadelphia Loan Co.
Schuylkill 8v. Ins.
Kensington Ssv. Ins. A
Penn Township S.-iv. Ins.
Manual Labor Bank (T. W Dyott, prop.) failed
I owanda Uanlt
Alleghany Bank of Pa.
Bank of Beaver
Bank of Swatars
Bank of Washington
Fanners' & Metli'cs' Bunk
Farmers' Si Mech'cV Bank
Farmers' & Mech'ca' Bank
Northern Bank of Pa.
New Hope Del. Bridge Co.
Northumh'd Union Col. Bk.
North Western Bank of Pa.
Office nf Schuylkill Bank
Pa. Apr. St Manuf. Dank
Silvei Lake Bank
Union Bank nf Penn'a.
Wilkesbarre Bridge Co.
Huntingdon no sale
I.eivistown nn sale
Union I own
Wilkesbarre no sale
fXj- All notes puriwrting to he on any Peunsyi
vania Bank not given in the alwve list, may be set
lown as frauds.
Bank of New Biunswick Brunsw ick
Oelvideic Bank Belvidere
Burlington Co. Bank Medford
3ommercial Bank Perth Ambny
Jumlierland Bank Bridgetnn
farmers' Bimk Mount Holly
Farmers' and Mechanics' Bk Rahway
Farmers' and Mechanics' Bk N. Biunswick
Farmers' and Merchants' Bk Middletown Pt.
Franklin Bank of N.J. Jersey City
tlolioken llKg at Uiaxing L-o llobuken
lersey City Bank Jersey Cily
Mechanics' Bank Patterson
Manufacturers' Bank Belleville
Morris County Bank Morristown
Monmouth Bk of N.J. Freeh dd
Michsnics Bank Newark
Mechanics' and Manuf. Bk Trenton
Morris Canal and Bkg Co Jeraey City
Newark Ukg Sl Ina t'o Newark
New Hoie Del Bridge Co Lamberuville
N. J. Manufac. and Bkg Co Hotioken
N J I'roieclon St Loiniwrd bk Jersey City
Orange Bank Orange
Paierwm Bank Peterson
Peoples' Bank do
Princeton Bank Princeton
Salem Banking Co Salem
State Bank Newark
Slate Bank Elitaheihtown
Slate Bank Camdeu
Slate Bank of Morris Morristown
eUute Bank Trenton
Salem snd Philad Manuf Co Salem
Sussex Bsnk New ion
Trenton Banking Co Trenton
Union Hank Dover
Washington Banking Co. Hackensack
Bk of Wilm St Brandy wine Wilmington
Bank of Delaware Wilmington
Bank of Suiyrua Smyrna
Do branch Millord
Farmers' Bk of State of Dei Dovei
Do branch Wilmington
Do branch Georgetown
Do branch Newcastle
Union Bank Wilmington
trf Under R's
dj- On all banks marked thua () there are eit
I her counterfeit or altered nolea of ihe var.ous da
Himiiiaiinna. in circulslinn. i
Peace with Mexico !
Q2 "3 S3 SwQ 22 CQ? UEjt8
INFORMS the public that in order tn bring a
bout a peace wilh Mexico, he manufacturea all
kinds of Rifle. Double and Single Barrelled Shot
Gune, and Double Barrelled Revolving Riflea, at
his manufactory at Hollowing Run, Lower Au
gusta township, Northumberland county, all of
which be will warrant for ail month. Those
who want Dial rata article in his line, can be ac
commodated at the shortest notice and on the must
reasonable terms. Loves of sport, give him a call.
Lower Augusta, Jan. 8, 1848 flm.
South Foi stii Street, AaovcCuiwTNtT.
Jan. Sfllb, 1848
DXOZCSOIT & OOm
No. 80. Market Street, five doori below
Third, Soulh aide,
Importers Wholesale Dealers In
WATCHES, Watch O lasses and Materiala.
Jewelry of all descriptions, qualities and
styles, cnmpiisiug all Ihe articles connected
with the Trade,
Dixson V Bon's Britannia, German Silver and Silver-Plated
Sheffield and Birmingham Plated Fancy Articles.
Radgers St 8on'a and Wnatenholm'a Cutlery, Ra
tor. BJciasors, Erasers, Deik Knites, Ac.
tvory Handled Table Cutlery, of lbs finest, medium
and common qualities.
A large assorlmenl uf Gold Pens.
Papier Mache and Japanned Trays, various shapes
and qualities, sl redured rstes
Gold Wstch Cast s, Dial and Silver-Ware, of all
descriptions, manufactured to order.
DICKSON St CO., having, recently removed
into the large and commodious warehouse formerly
occupied by Messrs. R. Asmiuns-r & Sons, and
more recently by Asnm-nsT Sf Rsmisotos. beg
lesve to inform Watch Dealers, Country Merchants
snd others, that they design having st sll times s
large asoitmenl of Goods, of their nwn importa
lion, which they sre determined to sell st the lowest
Cj" Every sttctttion will be paid to the Packing
nf Goods, and in ihe execution of Orders, the quali
ties andpiices will be fully guarantied against all
Philadelphia, June lOih, 1817. ty
SIX YF IKS AGO
rTME rhildrm began to cry for Sherman's Lo
M. tenges. The noise was not an loud at that
time, but it has kept increa-ing ever since, and now
haa txcome so great that the mouths of ihe little
onea can scarce he atoppod. Dr. Sherman svmpv
thisea with the little suffi rers, and viry much re
ire a that any of them should he disappointed
Knowing ihe vast benefit which has been confer
red upon the community by the introduction of
be has entered into arrangements for enlarging his
Manuf iclnry, by means of which bethinks he will
he able to supply Ihe demand. And Ihe Fame pains
and care will be taken, that these celebrated Lo
tengea be made as they h ive slways been, in or
der lhntho.e whn depend upon them, may not be
ilisappmn'cd ill their hopes. He knew when h
commenced the manufacture of the Worm Lozen
Ifes, that th-y would supersede the use nf every
other veimifuge, ss the Lozenge is t-ery pleasnnt
to the taste, ticetii in it eflerts. aa well as certain.
and Ihe qilnititv icquired to effect perfect cure,
is very small. These proprrlies in connexion with
Ihe f et that they are sold for 2ft cents per box. thus
pi .ring them in the reach nf the poore.-t man in
the hud, has not only caused them to tal.e the
place of every other vermifuire ever nlfered, bul al
so rendered them popular to tbe community.
C OUO II LOZENGES
continue lo cure Coughs, ( Ids, lonsumpt'on,
Asthma, shortness and ilillieully nf Breathing, and
other illsea es of the I. ones, with the bum facility
they did on their first introduction, and the runph
have now become pcru.ided by jctuil expi nence,
that on llie aceesion of a -I ght cold, they have
only to step lo lillier the Dr's. i Hire, or one of the
Atienis, snd obtain a box of his Cough L zei ges.
which ore very convtnient In carry in the pocket,
and tn lake a few through th d .y. By pursuing
this course a cure is ofien effected in St hours, and
ihe patient shout hia basin- s. So great is the ce
lebrity of the le i' nges, that thousands of persons
who have used them, and become acquainted with
their ifTi cts, will never be without them.
Ml HUM A VS
POOH UAH'S PLASTJ3B
has cutcd more case of Rheumatism, Psi i in the
Bark, Solo snd Chest, Lumbago and Wtaknesr,
than any application that has ever been made. As
the celebrity of the Plaster has inrieisrd, hundreds
of unpiincipled rs-cals have attempted to counter
feii it, anil p ilm il off upon tho community as tho
genuine, (jj- Bewa e uf Deception. .TX Rrmem
ler that the true and genuine Plaster is spread up
on rrdJiah paper made expreely for the purpose,
and in every ce Ihe signature of Dr. Bhorrosn ii
n iut d upon the l ack of the PI 'S'cr, and tbe whole
secued by Copy Right. None other are g. nuine.
Theicf ire v. t en you want a real sond Sherman'a
Poor Man's Plaster, call at Ihe office, 106 Nassau
street, and you wi I not lie disappointed.
Remember the number, 100 Na sail st., whe e
all I)', tshermari's Lozenee arc sold. Hi Agents
are Mrs. Hay, 139 "Fultop street, Brooklyn j
Hiueson, William-burn; and Redding ft Co.,
Boaton, and JOHN VOUNG, Buubury.
M. A McOAV.Northunibc.land.
September 1 1 th. 1847. 1 v.
"PUMPS i ! JPUMFS ! !
Improved Hydraulic Piimpsi,
For WelU, Rolling Mills, Furnacei, or other
TIIIIE subscriber iei.pectfully announces to the
! JL public that be i now prepared to supply or
ders to any extent for his Patent Double action
Auction and Forco Pumps. These pumps are
made nf ca t iron, and the water is sucked nr for
ced through lead pipe. F.-r simplicity of construc
tion and durability of action, they are ratti ttipe
rior to SUV now in use. Thev have msnv sdvnn.
tf-oi uio voiimuui. iuui, Bulling niniu sre
the following :
They are a i constructed that mischievous per
sons cannot spoil Ihi ir action by introducing nails
or spikes or any nth- r autlam es among Ihe vulves,
o is often done with other pumps, thereby render
ing them us. less till overhauled. They sre war
ran'ed to t-e fieifeclly secure from frost. Thry are
s i airanged as to affurJ ample protec ion against
Fire about Ihe p'emise no which they are erected,
by simply attaching a piece uf ho-e, thro' which
they will force water to any pari of, or over, a
three story house. They are particularly adapted
tor very deep wells, as the leverage can be so re
gulated that a child uf six yeara old cun wilh the
greatest ease draw water with them from Ihe dee
peat wells. The objection so justly urged by ma
ny, that w der is spoil, d by standing in pump logs,
is entirely obviated in this pump, and fie.h water
can alwaya be aa surely obtained as when drawn
with a bucket. In situation where il i necessa
ry lo raise or force lame qitanti ie ol water lo gical
di.-tances for supplying boilers in mills, furnaces.
Sic, these pumps are invaluable, as they can he
made of uy ze, and capable of throwing from
IS to 1000 gallons per minute.
And lo crown all, they can bo sold as cheap as
The subscriber ha ipent the last year in expe
rimenting upon and perfecting hi pump, and now
brinu them before the pubi c with lh fullest con
fidence that they will be found lo answer his de
scription. He lakes p!eau.e in refining lo the
following companies snd in lividuals, upon whose
pri mises bis pumps have been erected, and who
have expn id their satisf.ctiun in the highest
The Mnntotir Iron Company, Danville, H. Bre
voorl, agent; the Ulonmaburg Railroad Iron Com
psny. Blooniihurg. Col. I'aiton. agent ; the Rough
and Ready Iron Works, Danvil'e, Hancock, Foley
Si Co., proprietors ; the town Conned of Berwick;
riimon P. K , Etq., and John L. Watson, Esq ,
He could refer lo miny riders, who have letted
their qualities, but Ihe above lespectuble firms anJ
individuals sre deemed sufficient.
fX An assonment of LEAD PIPES constant,
ly on hand, which will he sold on Ihe most less n
able term. All oide s adjiesaed to lha subscriber,
at Moore St Biddle's Foundry buildings, or Mon
tour House, Dauville will meet wilh prompt at.
tention. HOMER PARMELEE.
Jan. 1, 1848. tf.
TH E heirs of John Yoeum, dee'd., uffer for sal
all thai Farm of theirs situate in Shamukin
township, Northumberland county, near Snuff,
town, and adjoining ihe old Siarobsch atand in
aaid township, containing about two hundred acres
mora or leas, in a good state of cultivation. The
Rail Road from Sunhury to Bkamokintown passes
through it. For parlirulira enquire of
HUGH II. TEATS, Snufftown,
or JOHN FA RNS WORTH, Hunbury,
Dec. 1 1, 1847. er any t4ik Lfir.
The Grand Purgative
rem TBI orraa OF
Headache, Giddineaa, Measles, Salt Rheum,
Dyspepds, 8cnivf ,
Heart Burn, Worms,
Small Pox, Jaundice,
Pains in the Back,
Palpitation of the Heart, Liver Complaint,
Riaing in Ihe Throat, Erisiprlas, Deafneaa,
Dropsy, Asthma, Itchings of Ihe Skin,
Fevers of all kind', Colds, Gout, Gravel,
Female Complainte, Nervous Complaints,
inn s rsmsTT of oTsxa nistisxs isisisa
raosi mruaiTiaa or Tn a toon, isn ns
stscctios is) ths oaoass or m
exsTios. Experience has proved that nearly every Dis
esse nriginstes fiom Impurities of the Blood or de
rangement of the Digestive Organa ; and to secure
Health, we must remove those obstruction or re
store the Blood lo its natural stste.
The sversion to IsMng medicine is most effec
tually removed by Clicks' Vsor.TASt Po.
oativr Pills, being completely enveloped with a
coating nf pure white Sugar, (which i as distinct
from the internal ingredient sa nut shell from
the kernel) ssn nav nit tast or Mtniris,
But' sre ss easily swallowed as bits of randy.
Morenver they neither nammte or gripe In Ihe
slightest degree, hut operste equally nn sll ihe dis
eased parts of the sys'em, instead nf confining
themselves tn, snd racking any particular region.
Thus, if II e Liver be affected, one ingredient will
operate on that particular organ, and, by cleansing
it of an Excess of Bile restore it loilsnaturd
state. Another will operate nn the B'ond, and
remove all impuiities in it circulation; while a
third will effectually expel whatever impurities
may have been discharged into the stomach, and
hence they struck at ths root or inszir., re
move sll Impure Humor from the body; op-n
the pore externally and internally ; separata all
fore Rn and obi oxious particles from tho chyle, so
that the blood may be thorough'y pine thus ecu
ring a fee and healthy action In ihe Heart, Lungs
snd Liver; snd thereby they rkstor hkalth r-
VE WHZS ALL OTHSR MKASS HAT rAILKO.
Ths entire Iru'h of the shove can be sseeitained
by Ihe trial of a single box ; and their virtues sre
so positive snd certain in restoring Health, that
the prnprielor binds himself tn return the money
psid for them in sll cases where they do nut give
universal sitis aclion.
Ilcfnll I'rlcc, 25 els., per Rox.
. Principal office No. fifi Vesey St., N. Yoik.
Sold by JOHN YOUNG, Sunhury,
M. A. McCAY, Norlhumbeiland.
Remember Dr. C. V. Cliekener ia Ihe in
ventor of the Sugar Coaled Pi. is, and that noih ng
of the a Tt was ever heard of until he introduced
them in June, I H4:. Purchasers should, therefore,
always ask for Cliekener' Sugar Coated Pills, and
lake no others, or they will lie made the victims of
a fraud. Sept. 18th, 1H17. ly cow
roriiu ! tiik
n-jros itx I IIA
riKn, tiik woiik nr Tim
IIF.STIUITSII HAS BVEX HHUV,
tiik coi (in or t oNsru mil math
iv it Asousiinr pkaih.
RE YOU A MOTHER! Your darling child,
Xm your iiiut ami enmity yy, is now prrnaps
confined lo her chamber by a dangerous cold In r
pale cheeks, her thin shrunken fingers, tell ihe
holJ di-ease has already gained upon her the
sound nf her sepuldiral cough pieires your soul.
YOUNG MAN, when just shout to enter life,
disease sheds s heart eru-hmg blight over Ihe fair
prospects of ihe fuluie your hectic cough and fro
hie limb tell of your loss and hope, but ymi need
not dexpair. There is a balm which will heal Ihe
wounded lungs, it is
S II E ft .11 AX'S
Mr. ATTREE, the wife of Win. II. Attrce,
Esq. waa given up by Dr. Sewall of Washington,
Di. Hoe and McClellan of Philad-lphia, Dr. Roe
and Dr. Molt of New York. Her friend all
thnught she must die. She had every appearance
nf being in consumption, and was so pronounced
by her physicians Sherman's Balsam was given
and it cured her.
Mrs. GARRABRANTZ, f Bull's Feiry, was
a'si cured of consumption by this ll.ilsain when
sll other remedies faded to give relief she was re
duced lo skeleton. Dr. A. C. Castle, Dentist,
SSI Broadway, has witnessed its effects in several
ca-cs where no other medicine afforded relief but
the Balsam operated like a charm. Dr. G. a ho
witnessed it wonderful effects in curing .Asthma,
which it never fails of doing. Spitting Itloo I, alar
ming as il may be, is effectually cured by ihi Hal
am. It heal the ruptured or wounded blood
vessels, and make the limits sound again.
Rev. HENRY JONES, 108 Eighth avenue,
was cuicd of cough and catarrhal alf. cliona i t 50
years a andiug. The first dose gave him more re
lief than all the nthei medicine he had ever taken.
Dr. L. J. Deals, 19 Dc'anry stri ct, gave it to a
si.ti r. in-law who was laboring underconsumption,
and lo another sorely a (II cted wilh the Asthma.
In both cast a, its ( Di ets were immedia'e, soon re
storing them to enniforiuble health.
Mrs. LUCUETI WELLS, 05 Christie neel,
suffered from Athma 4't years. Sbeiman'i Bal
sam relieved her at once, and she is comparatively
will, being en.bled lo subdue every attack by a
timely use of this medicine. This indeed is the
ureal remedy for Cougl . Colds, Spilling Blood,
Liver Complaints, end all the all cliona of ihe
throat, and even Asthma snd Consumption.
Price 35 rents and 1 per bottle.
Dr. Sherman's Cough uud Worm Lozenges, and
Poor Man's Plaster sold ss above.
Dr. Sherman's office i at 106 Nassau at. N. Y.
Agent. JOHN YOUNG, Sunburv.
M A.M. CAY, Northumberland
September llih, 1847. ly
... ... . ....
Vegetable Universal rills.
TAc oiy known Meilieioe that at the tame time
purge punjict and tlrcngthcnt the tyltin.
Loxiiox, July 7, 184C.
DR. LE ROY'S P,. e new medicine
which ha just appeared, and ia fis-t taking
Ihe place of all others of the an.e clsss. These
pill are composed of many ingredient', bul the
two principal onea are Sarsaparilla and Wild Cher
ry, so united thai they act together; the one,
through it admixture wilh other sub.Uvces, pu
rifying snd purging, while Ihe other is strengthen
ing Ihe system. Thus those pills sre at the ssim
lime tunic and opening ; a desideratum long and
eagerly aought for by inejical men, bul never be
fore discovered. In other words Ihey dn Ihe work
of two medicines, and do il much better than sny
two wo know of; for Ihey remove nothing from
thesys-em bul Ihe impurities; so that while they
purge ihey strengthen ; and hence they cause nn
debilitation, and are followed by no re-action. Dr.
Le Roy'e pill have a wonderful influence on the
blood ; they not only purify without weakening il,
bul they remove all n xiou particle from the chyle
befoie it i convened imo fluid, and thus make im
pure blood an utter impoa-ibility. As there is no
debilitation, so theie is no nausea or sicktir st
tending ihs operations of this most excellent of me.
dicines, which never strain or torture the diges
tive (unctions, but cause them la work in a per
fectly natural manner; snd hence peiaons taking
them do not become pale snd emaciated, but the
contrary ; for while il is the properly of th 8ara.
psnlla, united ss il is wilh other ingredients, lo
remove sll that is foreign snd impure, it ia equally
Ihe properly of the Wild Cherry to retain all ibel
is natural and sound; and hence a robust state of
health U the certain result of Iheir united opera,
liona- ry Price g!i cents per BOX.
Agent for Le Roy'a Pills,
J. W. FRILING. .
JOHN YOUNo! $ 8ttnbury'
M. A. McCAY, Northumberl'd.
August Slst, 1847. ly
A LL persons indebted to the subscriber, by
- note or book account, are hereby notified to
call aud settle the same without delsy, in order
to save costs. IRA T. CLEMENT.
Sunbury, April jo, 1S48
JJ- sssUa eVS- U. Oa EE
THI8 Medicine Is warranted, on oatfl. not tn
contain panicle nf Calomel, Corrosive Bub
limate, Arsenic, Chloride of Gold, or any delete,
The principle upon which Ihis Medicine acta, is
by assisting and harmonising with nature h
drives out sll foul scrimonious humors from the
blood and body, and by ssslmilatlng wilh snd
strengthening the gastric juice of Ihe stomach, il
assist digestion ; in short there is not vein, arte
ry, muscle or nerve In the human body, thsl is
not strengthened by the PANACEA, and it also
possesses lha remarkable properly of removing
mercury irons ine uonea anil joints.
FOR ERUPTtONSOF THE SKIN,
Scurvy, Scorbutic Affection, Tumors, Scrofula or
Kins' Evi , White Swellings, Erysipelas, Ulcere,
Cancers, Running Sores, Scabs and Bile, time
and detei mined perseverance in D . 8WEET
SER'S PANACEA, will effect cure.
Rejection of foot), Nausea, Ynmilings, Nervou af-
lections, ISMIiou complaints, Head ache, Ptlcm ss
or Female Irregularities, Dr. SWEETSER'S PA
NACEA will soon effect cure t but if nhstinste,
or sttended with griping, flying pains, the dose
should be increased, and the cuie will anon be ef
fected. Let not the patients frighten themselves
with the idea that thry sre ton we .k to lake much
mrdii-ine; but hear in mind that this mi'illy opera
ting med cine put not weakness into the frsme, bul
mol certainly draws weakn s out, leaves strength
in its pbice, snd by giving composed sleep st mgbt
and an appetite In relish sny food, re-aniinaes the
whole frame wi h vigorous action, clearing the
mind ami improving the sight.
SCROFULA AND GLANDULAR AFFEC
TIONS. Scrofula is said tn be beriditsry, the infant re.
ceiving from its parents the seeds nf this disease,
which increases with its yeats, if neglected snd
lint submitted to frequent purification wilh Dr.
SWEETSER'8 PANACEA. The glands sre pis.
ced in Ihe corners of the body, snd nut of the wsy
of direct eommunicstion ; their real u?e is a subject
on which much difference of opinion prevails ; it
suffices us to know that when in a diseased state,
they arc capable of being purified and cleansed by
a long course of Dr. SWEETSER'S PAN A-
CCA, winch reatoie them to sound snd pioper
sction. Scrofub'Us person ran never pay too much
ttentinn lo their blood, il purification should be
their first thought, for afti r a lung course nf perse
verance, thry will ever curt hereditary disease.
In ease of JACNDWE. ASTHMA. LIVER
COMPLAINTS, TIC nOLOREUX. RHEU
MATISM OR RHEUMATIC GOUT, Dr.
SWEETSER'S PANACEA cannot be too high
ly extolled ; it searches out the vi rv root of Ihe
disease, and by ri moving it from the Blood make
a cure eeilain and ierm inenl.
For diseae of tbe liladiler and Kiilneun, Slrie-
lure. Gravel. Stone, Pile, Fitlula. Urinary Olf
ulruclionnand Extreme Conlivenens Dr. SWEET-
SEX'S PA1VCEA is the best remrdy ever tr e l ;
it removes nil tho.'e acrimonious humon from Ihe
lllond which give rise lo the above diseases, and
by keeping the blood in a pure condition, in.iun
For DROPSY, FALLING or th k BOWELS.
loipur. lien nf Ihe Wood, Mercurial Toint, Weak
nett of Ihe Spine Fiom of Rland lo the Head Gid
dine, Si'iging and Ruzzing Noise in Ihe Head
und Earn, Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA will
give certain relief; in all severe and chronic cases,
Ihe patients cannot be loo often reminded that lar
ger dimrt ami perseverance will fleet a cure.
In Chills and Fevers. Bilious Fevers. Affections
nf the Kites nod Ears, Sjmncfl and Bleeding
Gums Bronchitis and recent Coughs and Cud;
Ur. MVliiilStlCS j-AnAi;UA will lie found
perfectly sure and certain in its effect.
GRAVEL AND URINARY COMPLAINTS
Thive complaints sre generally attended wi'h
the most fatal consequences, snd are seldom nr ne
ver cured by the present mode of treatment ; Ihey
usually accompany the patient to Ihe grave, after
suffering the moat excruciating pain snd Inrture.
The cause of these eomplaima are the aama a sll
others, the dross ol ihe blood been mi s encrusted on
the finest narruw passage, whence ars- morbid
secretions snd stoppagieof U'ine. You will find
the most powerful d u relics nf nn use.ss they only
increase the quantity of urine and do not pmify
and strengthen th part. By purifying Ihe bio. d
wilh Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA, n re
move the cause ol thedisease, consequently it cun
not exist any longer, after sufficient perseverance
in Us use haa deprived tho blood and body of all
acrimonious humors and incrustation.
DISEASES or tur LUNGS-CONSUMPTION
Thia is s very prevalent and futal disease ; it re
subs mostly from neglected coughs, colds snd bron
chitis, also from impmper treatment in many of er
cases, such aa measles, fevers, inflammations and
small pox, snd s hnsl of other badly treated diseases;
where ihe rause, instead of having been thoroughly
removed from ihe blood and body, have only been
palliated or removed from ono part 10 break out tn
another. By divesting your bodies of all foul hu
mors, through the medium of Dr. SWEETSER'S
PAN At LA. ihe cure is at once rendered certain
and permanent. Recollect, while there ia acrimo
nious humors fl lating in the circulation, it is as apt
lo settle on the lungs as any other part of Ihe body ;
this is the reason that consumption i so prevalent.
BILES, SORES AND ULCERS,
Which you see on the exterior, come from and
have their source in, the interior, snd might just as
well have settled on ynui lung, liver, nr any other
pail; which we know they frequently do, aud pro
duce most violent inflammotoiy disorder. The
humor which occasions these sores is of a highly
acrimoniun burning nature. We know it from
the pain it gives in forming, and uftcrwsrds it ra
pidly ulcerating and corroding ihe flesh and skin
of the pat where it breaks out. Thia shows the
necessity of ftequently purifying the blood with Dr.
SWEETSER'S PANACEA, and keeping such
malignant humors in subjection. Should you have
a bile or ulcer, be thankful that natue haa taken
trouble In warn you nf the danger your life and bo
dy is in, for it is a warning that ihe blood is foul.
Had this same acrimony sclrcted the lungs in-tead
nf the surface of your body for its sesi, consump
tion nf ihe lungs wou'd havj been the 'consequence.
U. lay lust then, lo punly and cleanse with Dr.
Suci leer's Panacea.
Spinal affections, nlargement of Ihe bone and
joints, white welling, hip joint romplsint, rup-
lute, falling of ihe bowels and wonv, disease, will
find acpeedyoure in Dr. SWEETSER'S PA
NACEA. Where the disease baa been of long
standing, ihe lime required to make a cure will le
longer ; I ut the patient may real assured that a
determined perseverance will effect it.
BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA arb DISEASE OF
These disease i proceed from the seriosity or
corrupt humors of the blood, having tiled itself on
the throat aud lungs, and stopped ihein up, so thai
Ihey cannot draw sufficient sir in fol respirstion.
Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA will give imme.
diste relief, and In make Ihe cur perfect and car
tain, il should bo continued some lime alter, to
free the system of all bad I. u mors.
RHEUMATISM, RHEUMATIC GOUT AND
Find a safe and speedy cure in Dr. SWEET
SER'S PA NA CEA. It cures by searching every
blood ves el snd artery, snd driving out all impu
rities and fuul humors accumulated therein, which
ia lha cause of rheumatism, gout and welling of
th joints. The deleterous effect of ralomel and
other mineral poisona, readily yield lo its sovereign
influence ; indeed, when it vslasble properties be
come fully knowo, tbe use of sll mineral poison will
be consigned to 'the tomb of all the Capulet,' and
only be thought of aa by-gone custom of the dar
ker age. Dr. 8weelsr'a Panacea is also aura
cure for dyspepsia, piles, cosliveuess, vertigo, head
ache, pain in Ihe breast and liver complain!,
FEVER aT'D AGUE.
Fever is always caused by a disorderly move,
meot of lb blood, struggling to fiee itself of some
thing that encumbers it( in fact, every kind of fe
ver is nothing mere than struggls between Ibe
blood and corrupt humors, aud as soon as th cor
rupt humors sre expelled, you here no more fevers
When patient with fever submits to be bled, or
havs hia blood poisoned with mercury, It weakens
his frame In such degree that If be survives the
process, it slwsys leave him subject to distressing
chills, when 9 times out of 10 he resort to ague
pills, powders; of tonic mixtures; this is gning from
bad to worse, ss these vegetable pills, powders, Ac,
are nothing but mercury and quinine In disguise,
wnicn may for lime drive the disease so far Inlir
" tody as not to be perceptible, but very soon it
oreaw-out again with rrarful violence. To cure
gu and fever, the cause of the disese must be re-
moveo out or ihe Wood ,nd body, which rsn be ef
7l'Slvr. inn'hJ ": Dr. SWEETSER'S PA-
n -m, wnien purines, cleanse and strengthens,
II contain nothing that can possibly injure, and its,
us. is slwsys s safeguard against chills snd fevers.
of v V".? "I P,"i' D'' 8WEET9ER'B
I AIYACbA will effect very speedy cure. It ret:
move from ihe blood, .stomach snd bowels, alp
those foal acrid burning humors, which are Ihe
cauae of Pile and Cotivencs, and by strengthen
ing the digestive organa, improves every part of the
FLATULENCY AND WIND;
These disstsea are caused by the stomach mil1
bowels being choked up wilh viscid slimy matter,
the air which entrrsttht m cannot escape until forced
by some contraction of the stomach !o expel it;
hence the cause of pain. A few dose of Ds'
SWEETSER'S PANACEA will convince tta
aufleter that rcliif is attained.
GREAT MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN
Parents will find Ihe PANACEA a vsluabfe
medicine for their children, keeping their bodie in
a healihy Condition, thereby assisting their g-owth;
children or grown person, after taking it. are not
liable tn be attacked with an epidemic as before, sa
it always leave me Mood In a pure condition, and
the i mire system in a strengthened state ; it drives
nut a!l kinds of weakness from Ihe body snd leaves
all heal hy within.
Will find Dr. S WE ITER'S PANACEA a medi.
cine purely adapted lo their use. Most ladies du
ring Ihe ssriod of pregnancy are afflicted with piles.
Dr. Sweetser's Panacea, by regulating the bowrls,
will entirely obviate thia, snd its purifying proper'
lies on ihe blond and fluids, insures lo them heal
thy offspring. No one who is a mother should be
without it, and those who sre nursing will find it
of giest hi m fit tn the health of their infants.
For barrenness and sll diseases of Ihe womb, il
ia without s rival in theentire histoiy and catalogue
of medicine; by its extraordinary strengthening
power, it stimulates and strengthens the womb, a
weaknesa of which ia the came of failure to have
Under ihi head may be classed Palpitation of
Ihe Henri, Tic Doloreaux or Facearhe, Neuralgia,
Indigestion, Toothache, Melnnchol), Hysterics, and
in fact, every disease caused hy Ibe sharp, biting,
scrimonious humors irritating the nerves ; tbe
nerves receive the morbid impiessinn from the sto
mach, or rather from the blood through the agency
of the stomach and dige-tive oreans, and although
other parts of the body are appireully the seat of
ihe disease, still it is caused by ihe morbid impres.
si in conveyed from the blood bv the nerves, tn that
pait. A few doses of Dr. SWEETSER'S PA
NACEA will soon assure the pntirnt tht be has
the cure in bis posc.-s'on.
ERYSIPELAS, nn ST. ANTHONY'S FIRE.
This is an inflammatory disoider, alw .va attend
ed with more or leas pain. It proceeds from ihe
foul, scrimonious humor lodged in the blood snd
fluids, settling nn the bml s snd face, causing ex
treme pain snd fevers ; sll applications on the sur
face sre worse than useless, as they only lend to
throw the dises-e in some other part, and perhaps
cause death. Bleeding is likewise improier. To
cute the disease you mu-t gel rid of the cause ; on
ly manage to gel the foul humor out of y ur blood,
and you will be well in s day. Dr. rtWEETs
SER'S PANACEA, s thorough purtfiir of Ihe
blood, w ill sesrch oul eveiy impurity in Ihe mors
remote prls of ihe body snd expt l it through Ihe
medium nf the bnwcls. There is nol a vein, arte
ry, muscle nr organ uf the entire framework of
man, I lint Dr. Sw ertset'a Panacea does not im
prove. Tn lake it when you are well ia to keep
wed ; and when aick to become well.
DR. SWEETSER'S PANACEA, beinceonv
posed only ol a vegetable matter, or medical nerbs,
and watranted, nn oath, as containing not nne par
Itrle.nf mercurial, mineral, or ehimieal substances,
ia found to he ertecllv harmless In thr most lender
age, or the weakest frame, under any slags of hu
man suffeiimi ; the most pleas.inl and benign in its
operation lh.it was ecr oil' red to Ihe world; and
at the aame lime the most certain in scan hing nut
he root nf any c unpla nt, however deep, snd of
ierf, no n a c re.
Price f I per bottle, nr six bottles for J5. For
sale, wholesale and retail, at the corner of
CHARLES and PRATT Street. Baltimore, and
also by GEORGE BRIGHT,
Nov. 6 1847. .'y Sunbury.
ITS WOKKS I'KAISi; IT!
Burns, Scalds, and all kinds of Inflamed
rrvOusEY's universal ointment, i
X the most complete Burn Antidoteever known.
It instantly, (and as if by Msgic) stops pains of Ihe
most desHiiate Burns and Scalds. For old Sores,.
Biu ses, Cuts, Sprains, Sec, on man or beast.it is
the best application that can be made. Thousands
have tried and thousand praise iu II is Ihe most
pufect master of pain ever discovered. All who
use recommend it. Every family should be provi
ded with it. None can tell how soon some of th
family may need it.
rry 01erve each box of ihe genuine Ointment
has ihe name ol S. Tovasx written on the ouliide
label. To imitate thia is forgery.
Boitmen, Livery Men, Farmers, and all who uae
Horses, will find thia Ointment the very best thing
they can use for Collar Galls, Scratches, Kicks, eke
ic, on their snimals. Surely every merciful man
would keep his animals a free from pain aa possible-
Tuusey'a Universal Ointment is sll tbst is re
quired. Try it.
BITES OF INSECTS. For the sling oc bit
of poisonous Insect. Tousey'i Ointment is unri
vailed. Hundreds have tried il anil found il good.
PILES CURED I For the Piles, Tousey's U
niversal Oin'ment ia one of ihe beat Remedies that
can be applied. All who have tried it foi th Pilsa
OLD SORES CURED.'. For elJ obstinate
Sou, there i nothing equal to Tousey'i Oral
ment A person in Msniius hsd, for a number of
years, a soie leg tbst hauled the skill of th doctors. .
Tousey's Ointment wa recommended by on of'
ihe viailing physician, (who knew it great virtue,) )
and two boxes produced more benefit than the pa
lieul had received from any and all previous reme
dies. Lei all try it.
BURNS AND SCALDS CURED. Thousands -
uf cases nf Bums snd Scalda, in all parts of the '
country, have been curid by Tousey' Universal '
Ointment. Certificate enough could be had to Gil .
the w hole of Ibia hre',
VIOLENT BRUISES CURED. Teetimooi-
.la on testimonials, in favor nf Toueey'a OintoMol '
for curing Biuises, have been offered the proprie
tor. Hundred in Syracuse will certify loHs great
merits tn reli ving the pain of the most u-t Bruise
All persona should try il.
SCALD HEAD CURED. 8.1 ol esee of
Scald flead have lieen cured by Touy ' Oint
ment. Try it it seldom fail."
SALT RHEUM CUKED. Of all Ihe remediee .
ever discovered for this most disagreeable complaint,-.
ouoey's Universal Ointment 1 tbe most complete.
Il never was kn wn t fail.
CHAPPED HANDS CAN BE CURED.-
Tousey's Universal Ointment will always cure the -
worst rase of lHsppcu n anus, c cores ol persoue ..
will state this.
SOKE LIPS CURED, for lb cur of 8or
Lip, ther wa uever anything made equal to Tea-
sey's Oiniroenl. It ia aure lo cuie I hem. Try it. .
It is s scieounc eompouna, warranted not to cost
tain any preparation of Mercury. rr Price 15
cent per box. For further particulars conosroing ,
this really vsluible Ointment, the public are refer
red to .Pamphlrl. lo be had gislis, of respectable
Dtuggiit snd Men-bant throughout th United i
Prepsred by ELLIOT 4, TOUSEY, Druggi.-.
Syracuse. . For sale by
JOHN YOUNG, Subry, .
M. A. McCAY, Northumberland. v
Bepulllh, 1817. Uow