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EOITOlIit lid IILICTED.
- UUMU ROTKata. ,
fly Jewelry Watch, Thoi. C.
Garrett fc Co., No. 129 Cheuut It., Phils
' delphia, dvertite handsome assortment
of all kind of Jewelry, Watches, Sic.
..' This h one of the oldest and best establish
mentain the city, and one to which we can
recommend our friends with the most per
' (t7 Ashbt & Rocap North East corner
of 4th and Market St., Philadelphia, offer a
handsome assortment of Hats, Caps &c, of
, all kinds, which by economy, low rent, and
small expenses, they offer to sell at very low
rates. See their advertisement.
Oy Hardware & Cutlery. John M.
Coleman, Nos. 32 and 33 Arcade, and 81
North Third st., Philadelphia, calls the at
tention of purchasers, to his stock of cutlery
&c, a larP assortment of which he always
keeps on hand, and which he offers to sell
at such terms as must induce many to call
and examine for themselves.
O" Bockius & BnoTiinn, No. 96 North
31st., ofiVr to purchasers visitiua; Phila
delphia, Brushes, Combs, and a variety of
other articles, at the lowest rates. They
promise in their advertisement, to sell low
er than can be purchased elsewhere. We
therefore advise our friends to try them.
E7" Bank Notes. Erie Bank notes are
quoted at 35cts. discount. West-Chester,
old issue, as uncurrent. The new issue at
' par. Relief notes 2 1-4 per cent discount.
Towanda Relief notes, no sale.
OT Answer to the Enigma of last week.
JOHN PURSELi Solutions : Peru, Europe
Nelson, Henlopen, Po, Haone, Puros, Huron,
Jft J It ft IB D,
On Thursday the 25th ult., by Rev. John
P. Hudson, Mr. William KisstR, of Colum
bia County, to Miss Mart Jake Gray, daugh
ter of the late Samuel Gray of Lewis town
ship, Northumberland County.
On Thursday the 25th ult., by Wm. B.
Kipp, Esq., Mr. George Gearhart, of Hush
township, North'd county, to Mrs. Emma
Miller, of Danville.
In Delaware township, on Tuesday last,
Mr. ROBERT WATSON, son of George Wat
eon, aged 35 years.
In Danville, on Monday 29th ult., ALEX
ANDER MONTGOMERY, Esq., aged about
In Turbut township, on the 27lh ult., Mrs.
M'NEAL, at an uvanced uge.
In Lewis township, Lvcomin Co., on the
26ih ult., Capt. GEORGE S. JONES, ajwd a
bout 50 years.
WiDNXMiAV, June 7, ll3.
Flovx Is inactive, with sales at S3 60 a
S3 56 for common Penna extra S5J SdJ.
Cobn Meal Will not command nunc
than S2 25.
Rye Flovr Is quiet at about S3 .
Wheat Prime white SI S5a$l 26; red
!. urnrtti 1 19 a 1 5fl I
Bye Southern 73e, Penna. 75c, per bush
el. Corn Yellow is worth CI a 52c; white
Oats Are dull at about 36c for Pcnn.;
Whiskey Sales in bbk at 22c, in lihds
II briJIOHK MARKET.
Cffirt of the IWi.Titsoae AutRirta, June fi.
GRAIN Wheat has declined a little.
The sales of Md. and Virginia reds, to-day,
fair to prime, have been made at 112 to 122
cents. . No white Wheat in market. A oalo
of inferior Pennsylvania red to-day at 113
Sales of white corn, t 4tuJ5 cte. and of
yellow at 4G a 47 cent.
: Sales of Md. Rye at 73 cents. We fjimte
cats at 32a34 rent.
WHISKEY Sales in Ibis. J2c, hhds. 21
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
FF.LLOW CITIZENS -Encouraged by ma
ny of my friends throughout our county, I
offer myself to your consideration as a candidate
for the office of
ItKGISTKR AKD UEtORHKIt.
at the next general K.li'tlion ShouU my Ml.iw
ritizMi (avor me with a mejnrity ofthrir votes,
I I;o'iU are no rxeit.ot; to filfill the li li"iol
said office with fidelity an'! to the satisfaction
of ult. MAUI IN IRWIN.
Sunbury, June 3, 18 IS.
RESPECTFULLY ani ounres to her friends
and the public, Ibat she Las leiuuvrd tier
establishment to the building recrntly oreupied
by Paniel Diuckemiller. as a shoe store, nearly
opposite Mrs. Bolton's Hotel, where she will be
better able to accommodate her numerous friends
nd customers with all kinds of Millinery, fancy
articles, and other dry goods.
June 3. 1848 3t.
' NEW AND CHEAT T
JUST received, at the storo ol Haaat Mn
sea, a choice assortment of DRY GOODS,
Groceries. Liquwt. PaJmttnf and tfket hat. sTc .
II of which will be sold at the lowest prices.
Sunbury, Juna 3, 1848.
riRrnASEns or exeoant and
AT PUICE EXTREMELY IOW,
Is SU1I la Seaelen at tk
103 Chttnut Street,
The session of tbia Convention is conducted
with unparalleled harmony, and the amount of
business done is immense. The President H,
R V'NEILLE, assisted by numerous Vii-e Pre
sidents, presides with great efficiency and the
Treasurer is kept constantly busy with receiv
ing money Tui Dii.otis to this Convention
are in fits of deligM. and have unanimously con
sented to nominal P R M'NaiLLI. aa
Of iha United Statea. If eeery one of the 100,.
OOO'patrensoflh I'biladelphia Wardrobe, ahnuld
vote for bimP R. M'NeiH. wi moat
troubleaesaa rival toother Presidential compe.
We are bappy lo say Ibat at Ibia ronventioaj
all eels t Deleg atea ara received, and M-paity
men's money ia accounted juet aa gool aa any
body'a aay. ,Thii snagaaBimity is highly si
Jomi. 1S4S at -
- v Jacob raexr,
" k wnoitsAit 'and attiit
WIN8 AWD LiqVOR DtiiLER,
Ve 19 J Xatkei Strtlt, Belt Eighth, North tii
Keep constantly on band all kind of old Li
quor, via t Sapsrior old rrt whitkejrfuparlor
Brandy, Gin, &e. Also whita brandy for preser
ring. Wild Cherry and Blackberry brandy.
Philadelphia, Juna 9, 1848.ly
AV 15 South Second itrttt East tide, dvtcn tto'r.
RE8PEUTrl7LLY Informs bis frtrnda and
lt pub ir, that bt constancy keep on
band a large assortment of phi drens wil ow
Coaches, Chairs. Crad ee, marktt and tiavc'
ling baskets', and every variety of basket work
Country Merchant! and otheri who with to
purchata auch artiea, Rood and cheap, would
do well to call on him. a they are all manufac
tured by him inthe best manner.
I hi a'le phia, June 3, 1848. ly
Ifi'iisli, Comb anil Variety
HOCKIUS AND BROTHER,
AND DEALERS IX COMBS & VARIETIES
A'u 93 North Thid. below Rote tt. and Surth
E.tst Conner ,, Third and Market ttrttt,
YVHEREtbey offer for u 1 1 general aajort.
ment of all kindiof Biuthea. Combt and
varieties which they are determined to sel.
Lower thin can be purchased a sewhere.
Country Merchants and others Purchasing In
the abova linn wil find it to their advantage to
ca' before purchasing e'sewhere as the quality
and prices .will be fully guaranteed against all
I hiladelphia, June 3, 1818 ly.
Wardrobe of Fashionable
J. W. & E. D. STOKES,
So. 194 Marktt Street. Pint Clothing store be
VXHERE tbey are constantly engaged in get.
ting np from the best French, Engliah and
American c otb. clothing cut and made up in the
moat superior and fashionable aty e. l'erioni
who buy to sel', wil1 find a large and exce'lrnt
stock at the 'owest city prices. C othing made
up to order, ina luperior atyle at the shorteat
N B. Odd Fellowa Rega'ia, a large assort
ment always on hand Orders from Lodges and
individual promptly attended to on the most rea
1'hi'ade phia, June 3, 1918 ly.
"(i heat' n aI i oxa 77 wo r kT
A History of the Revolution and Lire of the
Htofs of the War of Imlrprnrirncr.
BY CHARLES J. PETERSON.
An elegant volume trith 18 fine Steel Plates,
end nearly 200 beautiful Wood Engravings.
'This in a ileiilit txmk. A vulnnhie iitUiii'ii to tlic
Ilixt ric Literature of our ounlry. We ore niiteli mista
ken ii' it il tc ii' t fitc mnk with the wurla- ut" Irv iug uiiU
Prrnm." Fr:iiiklrd iUml-l.
It Ptirp.'tf-Hi-8 any similar work yet tlTcrrd t the Ainrri
CJll j ul'iir.' N fill's iuzvln.
I' :ii ty t r j'rrly c iihilrc1 n ptpiiliiriwil Military
Hist' tr t'l tii 1U .tl-iti n, fXircuicly wt.1 aiitl judicious.
Wiiitt-.i.'' N. Ainrruviii.
"Th; re n work nu ttie Hw Uxtlm mtd its Ht.Tw!i, is
sujm ti r, LniIIi iti Aii'iii and (Icfilmi to any Hint tins licrtio
foreeime un let our ir'tire.'' Imj.
A well c timueted Iliaf try ol'tlutt eventful period. IjcJ-
(Jf'.'t.iliy t!tr lnft popular History of the war oftho
K iuti m and iln I ., that hna yet been given t1 the
conirtry.1' SuturiUv Eveniiffr' 1'ost.
IV" AGKNTS VANTEU t envrms for the above cli
ent it W. rk, in every (Tounty mid Town in the lTniil
Suites, tii wbimi the most liberal inducements will be oA.r
cd. Prkc only
Addre (not-iid) WM. A. I.KARY.
N. 15fi North sr.roM St.
rhiiaddiihia, May 20, lft1&-m
HO! ! FOR. THE GREAT
IIO ! I'Un WATCHES AND JEtVELRV,
Aa there will be thousands of persons visiting
PbMailelphia. to participate in the Great Nation
al Whig Convention, to be held on the 7th of
June ipxt. JACOB LXDOMUS. No. 8t0
M RKF.T Street, below Eighth, first store, and
LF.WIS LDOIU8 No 413 MARKET Street,
above Eleventh, north side, would respectfully
invite all n r-om wiihing to purchase any goods
in our line lo Ilia (allowing list of pricra of
Watchns, eke., of our own importing. .
Full .Tvwi li -il CuV. Levers 18 karat ca-
Full J-welli d Cold I'Epines
Silv.-r L'V. Full Jrwelled
All 111 s iilinve prices are at least 10 percent
lower U,a:i ;i-u.i!ly inlil fur the um quality ar
ticle, ami we dHy enmpetitiun to proiuce cheap
er jionils. all we ask is a call to convince persons
of the above facts at
L LXDOMUS, 413 MARKET St.
1 LADOMUS. 216 MARKES St.
rhiUdelphia. May 27, 1818 3t.
KNOW ALL MEN THAT
SENNET & CO.
nVE REMOVED from 193 Maikel Street,
at th"ii New Splendid and Immense Estab
lishment to be known as the
ToHtr kJull Clothing Ituzaar,
Xo. 182 Market Street, between fifth sixth,
The Proprietors feel a reluctance in promul
gating what in any way might appear like the
usual Bombastic exaggeration of some in ihe
trade, but will beg leave to quote the following
notice from one of our city papers;
. One of Ihe greatest curiosities that our City
alforda to the stranger, is BENNETT It CO
clothing store. No, 183 Market Ctreet, be
tween Fifth and Sixth, which baa been styled
"I'j.vn Mill," from the peculiar finish of the
front. The building ia an immense one, con
taining aeveo capacious rooms, all of whir.b are
stocked with every variety ol seasonable gar
ments, arranged in the most perfect order and
regularity. The proprietors take great pleasure
in showing their building and contents to the
citia-ns, parliculaily strangers, and to those co
ming ftom the eountiy we know of no place
more worthy of a visit.
I'biladelphia, May 37tb, 1848 3m.
TYRANTS as well as Monopolies, must fall.
- so must prices. That tbia is a fact can be
proved by calling at
No. 72 Norih 8.1 street, nbnve Arch,
FINE GOLD AND 6ILVER WATCHES
LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED,
W'kolfmlt end Rttail,
The stock consists in part of Gold and Silver
Levers ; I'Epines and Quartier Watchea ; Jewel
ry of the newest and most fashionable patterns
SIL VEH SPOCNi. Ac Particular attention
paid to these articles, tbe quail? ofwhith is
So. I, and workmanship ditto. Tbe establish
ment of LE HURAY has been well known FOIt
roVKTY YEAHS. in SECOND Street, and
has made a character which needs no puffing
Silver TEASPOONS aa low as 14,50 per sett-
can be mule for less if wished.
WATCA GLASSES Plain, lOcts; Patent,
IS; Lunette. 30 els; other articles in propor
Htmember, you eaa buy bera below any pub
lished list of prices in Ibis City or New York.
Watcb Repairing particularly atleoaed to, ana
warranted to give satisfaction
N B Old Gold ami Silver bought for cash or
taken in exchange al (doa't forget the No. 73)
North bee end Street, above Arch, Philadelphia
Sens. 54, IH7 lye May 6, 1848 ,-r.s ,v
.l IL U Jll
SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N
TO TWL tLF.CTORS' tr NORTHUMBER
FELLOW CITIZENS t EncourafH by mt
ny of in friends, I respectfully offer my
self ae candidate for the offiee of
REGISTER i AND RECOKUfeif,
and Clerk of the Orptoam' Court,
At thai ftnnrAartsin alartlOA. Sbould I be fa
vored with a maloritv of veur votes, 1 will spar
to eiertions to reader general satisfaction.
.. i . ' t GEORGE OYiTi.lt.
Delaware lownsbip, May 11, 1848.
TO THE ELECTORS OP NORTHUMBER
LAND cuun ii..
I RESPECTFULLY Inform yo aa cititcn
of Narikumhuland county, that my friends
i k. rA... in.,.. lAwmliinr made a solicita-
tion, or call, these three years, to offer myself
to tbe cititens of our county, aa a candidate for
the office ot
nncisTER Aarn recoudeh,
and I flatter myself capable of fulfilling the da-
ties or said office according to law. as i am
disabled to do any thing elie but teaching school
which 1 followed seventeen years, anil under
stand both English, and German, whirh is lie
cesary, he , JOHN HENRY K.REBS.
Upper .Mahonoy, May 37, I84
(Ol .VTKY JIi:ilCII VM S
Can save from 1 to S3 per Cent.
BV purchasing their OILCLOTHS direct
from the Manufacturers.
POTTER & CARVICHAEL
Have opened a Warehouse, No. 135 North Third
Street above Race, second door South of the Ea
where they will always krey on hand a complete
aisortinrnt of talent l.'titttc Uurriagc Ut
Cliths 38.30. 40. 48 and Ol inches wide. Fi
gured, Painted, ami I'luin on the inside, on Mus
lin Drillini! ant. Luien. 76e Uil C7vAs of the
most desirable patterns, 36, 40, 46 and 34 inches
wide Floor Oil Cloth, from 38 inches to 21
feet wide, well seasoned, and the newest style
of patterns, all of their o vn tnanu'acture Trans
parent Window Sbsdes. Carpets, &c All gooas
Phila. May 27, 1848 3m
CHEAP 1TEW GOODS.
John W. Friling, ,
D ESPECTFl'LLY informs his fiietids and
.customers, that he bas just received and
opened a splendid atsortmeut of GOODS, consis
Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Sfc.
The public are invited to call und examine for
Sunhury, May 6. 18JS tf
DR. TIIWXSENfl S C01P0FSD EXTRACT OF
MMTS '. met is put up in quart bcttU.
It u ns. ti lilts
A clicf-l:f, rJi-.uPtl.:er,
nint warrant it t fuix'ti r lo any
-M. Ii curt Utwi'w witlmat Votnitiiiff, purtit):, nu'W-
nr?.-. .-r ilt!'iliuiTinc the imtient. bii-1 Ij paunuiUr.y m'.intcJ
FALL AND Sl'ni.Nli Mi:i)ICI.i:.
Tin crsit bomiiy iin l & uii.Ti'iruy vi tint S.irnni:iriili vvut
otlf.T reiiiothru if, whilst it vrudicutuMiJiHvuH',
it itivtri rattn the b n!.
t.n.;uina)ti n rurcii.
( i';inr. uiiil rSiii-lltilf'll.
L'fimniiitili -a cm be cure.,.
IJr noliiti-. t'tii.uwi;itiuii, Liver C 'iiipiaiiit. C Mt Ouglj.
i juarrii, s infri, .iitius; t tfi mit .rr-iu's muiv
Ch.ii, Hivii' I iuh, .NitiM r?wc;ii, lMil,-
Cil.t Mil 1I 1U1! KjL(wfnruliMl,
Hi;il Puitt ill H:c Stl,
Imvc nivl erui Ik' curc-l.
I'rut ible tli'rc ncv r won n renieiJv Ihut litin l-rt-u pi.io
eefriui in dtfitr.'.lf tMbn ui r"huiii1)ti'ii n Uus ; ii ncun-
: illltl eitrt'iillKIH,-, llif; SJKtLlil, Uilli UU)C:H t ' liVti. tin 111
C'j.-n on i ne itiiii:!, jm-iuiiii gruiliv.liv iej,Miu tln jf us. mi
lie!di unit ki n iii-il,.
i'L'KiOl -J ,.ASi: CJJ- tONSVMrT:J.
T:!-rr in -itnLH a iIjv uikAv-ii but th.'re urc a amiii.cr -i'
oi en.; iiiijtri'Hi rcijrfi an enrol by the use d' Ir.
i.twiiwir ftJrfiiyruLi. i uc lou wuif wan rcctJy ie-
lr. Tiiw.NAKMi VjfAi Sir: For the fciat ilir.v? voiin I
have Imimi Mt:i.'tf with jriitTnl tlebihty, ami nerv)im coii
uiniMiuii 4i the Um a'ac, uixi thti ii(t rxpect to ever ff.aii
my hcjltb ut all. Alter froing Utruugli a coiirn of iiieiitctiip
uii'It thu furti ol' a tine ui tTic in nt tliatinffuifhctl icuulir
iVMieiuns and iiitinlt:rn nl llie H-snrrt of llndlh in New
York and cJ -where, tiini aM;iHliifr the nrvt of my enrniiira
i Kueiupuiifr ui n t mi uiy ueauu. uihi nncr rciuinifr 111
Mite pnier oi y nr irwirenilla I m Jvih! t- try il. After
iiiin mx b tt!es I f itind it l"iie me great gd, nmJ ciil.iil
t. au-e vuu at Vour oifi.-t : wiili vour ailviee 1 keirt 011. und
d innttt hc;iTti'l lliHiik you lur yimr advice. 1 pencvure in
itm tug me irtfiijMrtu-if ami tiave been vine lonitcnu t my i
usual labors f- the but four mnih. audi ti( by the
bJcaxinga of (iiid and ymr Sirieiparilia to continue my
heulth. It helped me beyond the experttiti m of nil whu
knew my cane. Cll Altl.li lLIMUY
trraiH'e, i:mhx e. . J., Aug. lc17.
Stale of New J enter. Fjiaex count v. as. Clinrit Qui in.
by Irciap duly awuru aocmling to law. m hit uulli anith,
tnut the ftrrg ing Matrmeut i true acojnling to the beat o(
hiakii iwledceandUlivt. CIlAUM QL IMUY.
cvurn and auuacrud to bcr re me at uniiifc, the 2u
Anguat. 1847. CYHL8 BALDWIN.
J uiticc of the Teaee.
Head the f .ll-witnr. and nv ihut eoniumnticHi ia in incu
rable if y u con :
Aew OTK, April i, 117.
Dr. TowxriEND : I verilv tielieve that viuf tS.raaii ilia
huabeen the mcum. thr tuv'h Iruvidemr, of aavinp my lit"
I lyivc f r auveral years h ul a bad cough. It became w -rwe
and worse. At lat I raisttl lurRe quant it kg of blud, hail
n i slit awenlaund wasereitlv detiilituted and rciluecd. and
di'l n expect lo live. 1 liaveotily u ed your Hara;vinUu
run a stmrt time, aiiu inure tutu a wonderful cliange ten
wr ntir'it in me. 1 mn u w able t walk till uver the ciiy.
I rriiae n bKid, aiul my c-iuifh han left me. You eaii wrll
iimfftn that 1 am tlunki'iil f r ihe- results. our ftlH.-di-
cut serviuil. WM KI SSi:L 0.3 Catharine st.
Th" annexed eertifiuatr telle a nininle and truthful rirv
of iiiifrriiui and relief. There are in iiisniidn of Rituitir ra
ses m tins eiiy an. I iiro eiiyn. ami yet there are th maui I
v( pnreuis let thtir chiidr4u die lur fear tf being hutub.iTf.l
fr v Stive a lew siuuiMgs.
ir myn, nept. 1.1. 1M7.
Dr. Tovk.knd: I tnke nSiiRiire in Ktaliiitf, fir the bene
fit of (h 'se whim it uny cinet-rn. that my dutichier, two
ye-irs and six in uih old, w.ih nillietetl with general ilt
bilitv and I -as of swell. She w.ia iriveii im a n.ii jo-
c ivery by our luiaily physiriiiu ; but fortunaUUy 1 v:ts rt
cunnieiiiU'd by a frit-u 1 to try your Sarsiijiarilla. itrf re
fi'ivuiK useil one Uiittlc stie rce. ivertxl ht:r speeeh nud whh
eiialilin) to w-'tlk aloiit1, to the UHt-miahment of all wh were
aetiuuiuted with Ihr cirruiuttaiH'eM. She in now (jniie well,
ami in much twtter he ill h than site lius let ii f ir 1 miull.H
past. JOSK1MI TAYI.OK, ! York st., lirK.klvn.
TWO CUII.DKKN SAVKD.
Very few families iudwl in fn't wa have not heard ui
one that Mtted Dr. TowniMnid's Kiranpfirithi in time. I si
any clulilreu the iiasl Sumiuur, .while lb am UmI thd n
siekeiietj ami died, i lie rtTeihraie we tmMiFh Im iuw is
c Miehusive evidence its vulue, and ia only another iiiHtaiic-e
of lis saving the lives of children :
ur. towsd-Dear rir : I had two children cured by
your Sirsupiirillat f the nuumer eoiiiphiut und dy ntury ;
mie was only Id m-mih old and tha other 3 years. . Thi y
were very inueh reduced, anil we expected thty woilkl die ;
tliey were yireii np by tw nupeetable phvsieiaus. When
Ihedoi'tor tnforinod us that we must lose them, we resol
ved tii try yur 8.imupariua we hud heard so muru of, but
had little confidence, there beiiiR i miH'h siuif advert istxl
that ia worthless: but we are tljinkful that we did, for it
undoubtedly aavvtl tbe hvis of bth. J write this that oth
ers may be iuducml to use it. Ymrs, reHHvlfullv,
JtJI Wll-SoS, Jr.
Mvrtle-aveaup, Hntoklm. pt. 15. 1k7.
TO THK LADIKS.
GREAT FEMAI.K MKD1CINK.
Dr. Townsknu's S i pa kill a ia a aovereifriiaud speedy
cure for incipient consumption, and for the general pr stru
U hi of the aysteiu m matter whether Die result of inhe
rent cause ur causes, produced by irregularity, illness or ac
cident. Nrtthiitfr enn he m we aurprising than its Invifromtiisx ef
fjcU on the human frame. kerats all weakness and las
situde, from taking it at once become Mbust and full of
energy under its influence. It immediately e Hint erects the
uerveleaaneaa of the female frame, which is the groat cause
It will not lie expected of us, in eases of en delicate a rav
ture, to exhibit certificates of cures performed, but we can
assure the attiicted that hundreds of eaaee have been repor
led to us.
Da. Town sen a: My wife being greally distreaaed by
weak liens and general dHiility , and suiTering cmtinually by
pain and with other difficulties, and having known case
where your tnedieiae baa efToeted grtoit cures; and uli
hearing it recommended for such cases aa I have deecrilied,
I obtained a b-mle of your Kxtract of KarsoporiUa and fil.
lowed the directions you gave me. In a short period it
removed her eaniOaiuta and restored her to hisUih. Being
greatulf'tf the beiie6u aha ruceived, I take pleasure in
thus acknowledging it, and recjinmending it to the public.
M. D. MOORi;,
Albany, Aug. 17. '44. r. Grand k Lydw s,.
No fluid or inedieiiw has ever been discovered which o
nearly resembles the gastric juice or saliva in decomposing
fund and atrengtbening the organs of digestion as this pre
paration of Bursa panUu. It positively cure every case of
dyspepsia, however severe or chrouic.
Bank Department, Albany, Mav 10, HB.
Dr. Townseiid Sir : I have been afflicted for several
years with dystwiiaia in its worst form, attended with a ur
neaa of stomach, toss of appetite, extreme heartburn, and a
(rrcat aversn to all kinds of food, and for weeks, (what I
cxiM eat) I have beea unable to reiam but a small portion
on my stomach. I tried the usual remedies, but they had
but little or no effect in removing the oomplaint. I was in
duced, about two months si nee, to try your Extract of Bar
anariUa, and I must say with little ermfidenee ; but after
using nearly two bxtles, I fnnnd my npocliu restored and
tha heart bum entirely removed; and I would earnest iy ve
e. an mend the use ol" it to those who have nrn afflicted as I
have been Yours, A is., W W V A V ZANDT
Agent or Ru)-ury m JOHN W. FRILING i Nor
thuubsrlsnd, MAKY 4- McCAYi DanvUia,, WM., A-
April 99. lt.ly
.W vv . , OXYGENATED
. A SOVEREIGN ftaXMCDY tOVL ,
'i- - -AND -
' OBWWtaL BBS IL ITT.
GEORGE B. GREEN, rWisTOt. '
t . - WvndtoT, Vermont. ,
18 a sorerelm remedv fi DYSPEPSIA, In many of iu
forms, sueli as nia ia theteaaels Heartburn, habitiiaj
Cosureneas, Aoid 8tomoh, Hexlaehe, Low uf ApsSjIiw,
Piles. Nifhi Sweats, and eren Cwisamptlua (DvsptpUe
Pbthiskjf and A.ihme, or Phtalsie etteraM wltb draage
rnent of the Stomach (or lrpejio AsUuaa,) IMSeull
Breathing, which often rtmlla rrom imperfect digestion (or
Dyspeptic Syspnosa,) is reliered by these BiUers. la short,
their use baa beea proved In the mief vf ahauet all the
srmptonis that proceed Crocs a debilitated or atonic eondi.
lion of the Stomach; aJao in gcnrrol debility Hrimng from
eee or fr-MO the effects of Fever, particularly Tcver and
Ague, ri-innlus suiToring uudttr nity uterine UeronKeraent
arisini from weaknrsn, will find the "OnusiitiB Bit.
tj" an excellent rcinnly, and h 4 suruMl by any muV
cino in use.
The history of this medicine is peculiar. It has made its
way to public I'nvor solely by the torce of iu own iniriasio
merits. No nrlificinl means have been uied to give it ii.j
toriety and thrust it upin public atlcnti n. It haa mn-er
bclore even been ailvcrtiu-J, but having first ah vn ila re
markable cilU-ncy in Uic family if tlio propriet or, and by
him afterwards uiumiiistcrul t aliiicled frien.la and ai
quninuiices with a like result, its reputation gra.luailv ex
tended until it ia kn ivn in the moat ili.tunt parts of the
Union, na a inclicinc of uniivailwl virtues in the cure of
Dyipcpaia in all ila iliiTcrenl fjriii., mid id for the cure of
Asthma or l'litlihic. Its only herald nml ita only eul ny
haa been tha story of its vsulrful cllicncv, as told from
in iuUi t) in uth or by letter Ir in friend to iriend. In eve
ry iiialanee wliere these Uiliers Imvc been need, and the re
sult made known to the proprietor, they have proved a re
medy. Numerous certificates, atli-sting the singular cflicacy of
the "OxroENATto BiriCTs," ate iu tlic KsaeU,.u of the
proprietor I many of them signed by persons already widely
known to the public.
C.F.O. H. crtr.F.. Proprietor.
WNPPnn, Vt , Oct' her fl. h1 3.
The following Crrtlfietitrs hat e rrrrntl) been
Wasiiinoion, D. C, Jim 10, 1310.
Having mnje nse of the "Oxig.-nuti-d Hitlers" prepared
by Dr. Go. H. Green, of Windsor, Vt. tuid from kn
ledge obtsinij of their cilicacy In other caiea, weeheerlullv
rce mmend them to Ihcpiiulic, believing that tliey willfully
austain the reLituimendnlijn of the Put'iriet". W'a bopo
tliat thia valuable remedy may bo so gem-rally diffused
throughout Uie country that it may be accvuibls tJ all Iho
WILLIAM t;PIIAM, j L-8-Scntor frn erin mt.
JASIKS K. SIMMONS, U. 8. Semtir from R. Ishnd.
1. T. MORKHEAD, U. 9. Senator and formerly Govern
or of Kentucky.
I.. H. ARNOLD, Member of Congresa and formerly G
vernor of R. I.
WM. WOODRRIDGE, V. S. Senator and formeriy Go
vernor of Michignn.
M. L. MARTiN, Delegate ill Congrem fr An Wiwoiwin
From Id m. II. D. Fostra, Member of C'ongren tr. in
Wahhikotom. D. C . Jtrv in tfHtl
Dear Sir, I have been a dvaoCDtic autierrr for abiiul trn
years, and have rcenrted to various medicines f. relief
with, Hit auc-i8, until I made uae of your 'Oxygenatrd
Uittera." I have used about two bottles, and fiiid myself
restored to perfect health. The forms in which the di
ease showed itself, in my case, were, great acidity nf the
stomach, loss of appetite, extreme flatulence, severe eonsli.
nation nf the bowels, and violent headache. Keeling; desi
rous that a knowledge of your valuable remedy may reach
others similarly almcted. I take great pleasure in record
ing my testimony 1 1 ila curative power ; and would also
remark, that while on a visit at home a short lime since. 1
administered a part of a bottle to a nural-r of my aHlicted
fiirud. with great niccss. They are desirous that you
shi 111111 estrdiliidi an agency at Pittsburg-, ,.r inform lliem
where the medicine can le obtained. With an enrncvt d
sire lor your pnopcrity and liapiiiics, I aubvrilie nivrll,
iiuiy j-nir iri'-iin j. 11. r usi iti.
I) -el. ,eo. B. flnEX-,Wind ir, Vt.
S ild Wholciule nml Retail In- tireen & I'l.ichcr, N
'jdSnllh Sixth Sireet. PhilndHpliin.
A wnt f r Snuburv II. II. JI.WUIl.
Ae!stV Milton MACKAY & IIAAO.
April 11, ltl
I a prt-nciitint: the mhhr with rrmety- fur the trr-Hnicnt
tui i rtiie ui I k.. Lit and Aut z aiid oilier bill mt duwuwn,
un ai.w.tiry id iiftlotL Vuitf luimben in Uia I'mtrs fc-uic.
wh mitir-r from trw-w aUT'TlUHin in thrir varied f itmn, nro
vwih llrd iij Buck relief from otiier Mirroa than Uie hwiit-iliutt-
prt-aVTiptH'iiN of th reguiur iIibu'uii. It Uxi'iiK-t
thon'f. rc mi nltjfx't of huniaiiiiy, u well on tit pullir inter
est, to briiif IWnre them m rrmwly projmrtti fioiu much ex
perii nft, und whieb way always be relied upon aa mfk,
KFFkCTUAL, VND II A it Ml. air TO THE COMsTITSTIUK. That
siK-h is tlic true i-l.u.icU-r of the 1ND1.V i:iI(iA(i()orF.,
is amply atteturtl liy the universal sucocsa with which it has
17 Kxtntot from a eoniniuitirateva rf the Hon. Wil
Mam uoDBUibtift, of tbe I . S. St-nute. lute Oovcrn r uf
Detroit, Oct. ill, 1hu.
Doctoii Chahi.e O;ooi,
Dear Sir. I have read with much intercut, your little
TkAKATUB uton the ckiusra, treatment and cure" of the
febrile diseases which luive extrnaively prevailed in our
country during the lust lew im-nth an iulirrerrt increajied
no liouht, by the (nrt that I have individually anlferrd a
much from tliem. Though I feci myself very incMiipelent
to ju Jfze safely upon a hubjeet sj entirely profeainui, yet
vHir theory avcui 1 1 me well rcnwuicif, and your c inclu
sion just, and 1 thin wit lull, that your pumplilet is eaicu
litcd to prriuT nun-h practical g x J.
Speukiiit; of the medtt-ine he attys : It fully justified your
Aatteruix iXMxM;iti tis, nnd an a sole, couvrnicn. sud p- pu
lur renii-dy, my own experieiK'e, s far, iinhi t-s me W Le
lieve that it will pr.ive a urcrit ptiMic bciiciit. 1 nm ptcaiMil
to lenrn ihut you have recently established vcml nrncir
r its disposition th )U:li I regret that, with a view t 0
nvirc f(Mit-ml flixw-iiiinntion (! it, y m ahuuul have f tinil it
iiecettMttry to reiii MVe from your present reiiideih-v am ng us.
With much renpect 1 have the h'Hinr to be, tt,
Vour obiijrtM nt tv in',
W'll 1,1 AM WCKlMilflDOi:.
Fr un J.vMti Ontetov, Y.., oi IlittlUl , X. V.
Hl'PPalo, M;ire!i iwh lctif.
Pr. rfiAUL.F.4 Ov.oon: My Dear Sir. In uu-wer lo
yitur re'tuest, 1 in ! riMdiiy s!ute th v-h1 rxpcrien. .l in
n.y fmaily liy the un- of y.iur InMia C'h -.ic. My wiic
wud tnmblfNi with the Fever and Ag-ue mwly twelve
in -nllix; nud the uieiieiiie p f her invuimbly Lr ke ijte
eliill. but tii J lit it cure lite iiinenKe. I pureluisd for her se
veral kiin!n of iiii liri'. hut they did ut rem i-r it. 1 had
11:4 at tins time hritrd .f your hrlia t'li tlnii ue. hut ii was
s ion oiler recommended l me ly two iceatlemeii wh 1
knew h:ul Ih-cu r-MiTeriiip iu it similar iiiiinner l.ir s me
time; they were ('apt. Hubert Hurt, of the s'efinih -it
Koltert Fulton,1 oml John 8. hie, V.k , n.-nt of the Troy
un 1 Krie line. J wub then a-niii 1 1 1) iroif, uul while
there. I nifrht of your npeut a pack:ijfe of one doxen l-Htlrs.
On my rt iurn mv wife e iuimcneed Uikinir it. Ai'itr live
d.'". wliieh stoppe-l the Acne, she rntiiineti iwinp it t.l)
she luii I t:ikui twii botrlea. Since this she had no reluni tf
either tin- Fever or A true, which is now Bcvcii.noiitli.
Capt. Hurt request! me to say ihut he ruiight the Fever
bud Affile List neuH-euhy ittiuiiiuT his Unit m the M intnee
mid Tileiiti line, thut be t-k two b rttles in nil, bv which
he was entirely rentired, and continued nmuuig llitie two
or three months afterwardK iu perfet i hinilth.
' Yours verv tmlv, J.VMKS WBSOV.
As-rut f if Simbury Ii. H. MASSKH: orthnmlerIaml,
WITlllN'GTOM A r,( i Milt "it, J. Jl. HASEU : tielias
grove, MAY A KMJSK.
Phtla.j ltontllnpr, and TottsvIHe
CHANGE of Hours, and two Tiains Iaily
each way, except Sundays.
On and after Monday, May lt. ISIS two
trains will run each way, daily, between Phila
MORNING LINE ACCOMMODATION.
Leaves Philadelphia at 7) A. M daily except
Passes Rearlinc al 10 45 A. M.
Leaves Poltsville at 7J A. M. ilaity ettrpt
Sundays Passes Readih at 9 10 A M.
Tbe above Line atopa at all way stations on
tba road as formerly.
AFTERNOON LINE F 'ST TR ' IN.
Leaves Philadelphia at
9) P M .daily except
Leaves Pottsville at 3
P. M , daily excepl
Leaves Phcenixville 3 IS
' Pottstown, 4.13
" Readm. ft 00
LeavesSch Haven, 2 37
Port Clinton, 3 00
" Reading, 3 50
" I'ottitown. 4 30
" I hrBsixville, 3 00
Irrives at State
" Port Clinton, 5.45
" Srb. Haven, 0.10
Arrivea at Potta
ville, 6 20
The afternoon train will slop only at the above
named stations. Passengers for other points
must therefore take the k'.oroing Line .
Depot in Philadelphia, corner of I) rue J and
Vine Streets- No Passengers can euter tha Cara
unless provided with Tickets.
NOTI' E. Fifty pounds of bac(a(e will be
allowed to each passenger ia these lines; and
passengers ara expressly prohibited from taking
anything as bar, gage but their wiaring apparel
whieb will be at tba risk of it owner,. .Ho
freight will he takaa by these lines. ,i
By order of Board af Manager.
S BRMTORP, Sreretaryi
Mav 6 IltS-lf
All tiaraoiil ara herebr (autidned aeainat nur-
ekaalngtcartaln bob-tailasl ref horse belm.it-
I io me, now in possession or John r. Kajr, or.
Sunbury, wbsj hat no leftal right to aaij horse,
until he perforins tha renditions of an ae; reemtnt
'' into 07 bin with the eubetriber.
AiiguaU May 86, 1848 3t i
Katatei oriiaac Vantrckel.
M OTICE ia hereby Riven, that letterl of Arl.
mmistralion, wilb tbe will annexed, have
been uranted to the aubacriber, on tha eatata of
Isaac Vansyckel, eVe'd. lata of Upper Augusta
township, Northumberland rovnty. All persona
knowing; tbemaelvea indebted to aaid estate,
and aurh that hare any claim against the aame,
are herewith called upon to settle their account
without delay. JOHN II A UGH sWOUT.
Vay 19, IS 19 Ct
THE subscriber is prepared to receive anil ac
commodate a few transient or permanent
li'iiirdirs, at her residence in Sunbury. The Iu.
ration is in a handsome and plrnsant part of the
town, roinmnndiiix a fine view of ihe Suoquchaii.
na, Northumberland an.l tho scenery adjacent
To persons from the city, who wish to spend a
few month ilurinc the summer season, Sunbury
affordi a delightful retreat. v
ANN C M0MRI3.
April 8. ISIS. Cm
FAXCY ana STAPLE DRV GOODS.
.It th- Naw Store No 79 Arch ttrcet.
btluvtn 2rf a id 37 S-rlh t de.
Fill I.AlJKI.PHI A
1' HE subscriber invilps particular attention to
J- his large and splendid ostortmptit of nrui nud
cho'ce t'tilts nf Dry Ci.mdn comprising a general
variety of the mod tl -sirablt) kitnli of Dreni Ma
lerinlr, i!n tvh. fym-r., Hosiery Untkrinkuble
Flanneh HVfc. .f ',; Camlr e. Jaconet,
Mull SmiHrik and Pltii.t Muslins, I. in en Ccm
brie ana S Ik Pockel llrt'-fs, Bhc.'t llulait Cra
til, others too numerous to adveitiie
IRISH LINENS AND FURNISHING GOODS.
Particular altetitinn is given to Linens and Fur
niching Goods, generally thusiork is large, am!
the prices will be found much lower than usu
al, having been pnirhesed at Auction at sacrifi
ced tales The fabrics are warranted pure flax
anil from the best mak-11.
P. S. Persons wishing Plain nnd Medium
tlylct ot Driu Goodi and t-hwU, will lind a
Philadelphia. April I, 1 949
, -V . i 'I .lA f J VrJ T
THE ONLY It.MUCAL Ct ltK I OU
Sirfu!i r KiniT. Kvi!. H!iuin tiam. Ohstin!.' Cut 'uc Ui
F.ni.ti Fimpl-in r lttiilct u the lace. 111 ,: litf,
lilies, f.'hrouir a5 r. liyt-s, i:i:i; V rm ir Tetter,
!r-.i!d I le:M. Fiili:('ci.,cnt mid iiiu of thf:
II n mvl i 'intSMii.h im l.'it'cis, Syphi
litic Synipt-.'ihri. S;i:iiea ut 1-umlwif
ilu-eiuws ai iiiijj; ii in au inj.idi
ei us nne of M' .eury, Drjt
ry, flxjK sure r hnprii-drii-e
- . tLiti n-.r i.l,-
" - onlcfH.
In tiisni9ith.nc several u.u t-eut hut very pjtMit articles
of the vciretulile. kiiujttl iti are umtt.il, I rniiii( n e mpountl
entirety iluferetit ui It j character and uruuerue iruia anv
other pn;parnti n. nn-1 imnvnlled iu Its uncrnri n tu the
syaieni when lab iriiu; under dtsensc. It should bo iu the
hands of every purs n, wh i, by business, or gonere) c jurse
oi liie. is prcdikp seil to the very many niliiueuu that ren
tier life a curse, iiiHtcuil of a ble sing, nud often result iu
Sr. Drake's pMiiaera is recommended us a eerUin remuly.
ot one instance of its (hi Sure hus ever occurred when f ree
ly used I It cures the disease and at thesimo lime imports
viw to the wh le system. lSerlulous pers ns can never
pay I'M much nttenti m t the state of their lxxl. Im pu
lificftti n should he their first aim ; f r p:nevcniiice will
sec 'inpiisu a cure of ivkx iiKUKuttAKV Uisuusj.
FOR KIU"PTIONS fFTHEWCI.
Reurvy, Scrhutic AlTeeti n. Tumors, White Swelling,
i:rni!as, I leers, Cancers, Kuutiiiig 8jren, Soubs and
Hiles. Dr. Drake's Panacea cannot be tou hihlv extolled ;
it suarehes out the very root of the disease, and permanent.
INDIGESTION Oil DYSPEPSIA.
No medicine perhaps Ims ever been discovered which
pives much t'ue t the st m ich ami e uuis the scere
ti n it a healthy gustrie juice t - dee Jinp- c the f i Jd as Dr.
Dr. Drake's Paiiaea is used with the grentcsl success in
Hheinnulic Coiupkiinte, especially such us ciuvnic. It cures
bydriviiiK i ut nil impurities and foul hu u iirs which li;ie
acta in u kite, i iu the Kystttn, which are the cause of Hheu
uiatism. Gout, and S'.vclliii-rs "f the joint a. Other remediea
smtiiiit'S ifive tem;rary relief; tins eirire!,- erauie.'itcs
tlic dinea-e from the sytieiii, even u hen the liuila und boa --a
are dreadfully swrlJcn.
rosMwirnoN c an rt t'ru.n. C 'uch., Catiirth, Dr n
chitis. hiJiiiuur t-f Ut md. Asthma. Di:iice.t r t u'use Ex
peet raii 'ii, !Ic:ie Fiuh, Niuht Sivi'iiH, Paiii in the H.le
Ve. have hveueuie-l, r.nj can be with at much certainly s
any iiht-r disuse. A ;eciiie h is I n le;n )iniit f. r, but
in vain until the dim- very of J r I hake's Puiueca. It is
mild nm) mile hut ccrtfiin and t.fie.iii -uh in u t.pi-rativ n,
uihI cniui 't pMMtby injure the m st delicate e i.Mituti ;u.
We would earnestly r.-e .rinmeud th se altln lett t give it a
trial mid we believe they will U"t have ir:Mtu 'n l n jrret
it. The syistein in eleane"l and streuirtheiied, the ulcers n
the luiMtsare healed, nd l!ie uficn:s 'j:ni.iurdtv regain their
usual health autl fc'.ri:iig'.h. 1U-4.I the f Uwtn'g :
Phila., Dee. Ilth, 117.
DkaR S;n : In reply f y Mir questi -n r iK- tius the use
of Dr. Dnike's Panacea, 1 will s iv, that altluuh u pericet
disbeliever in the existence of u Paxacka, or cure l r all
diseuties, httwuvei vdaahlc it iuav Iv iu certain r aidili -us
i'l the syttetn, will 1 liave U-li ved tlmt a cure fr C uiiuiUi
ti 11 w hi Id be disc ivered s ncr or later, aul run- it lei
in t'i Iry y.iur medicine in tw very inveterate eases
Tliey were pr. n mnciM by the nttentliu phvuicians to bo
PULMONAUV CONatrMfTlON. und uK'MHi iiud bv tiiein us IN
cvkaiu k. One of the per ins h id been un tVr ihe teut
ment of fif vend very able praetiti ueia tVr a munhrr of
yeiirs. ond they said she had ld fa!ii nwl O nniiiti'n
e mibine wiih Str iula," nml that khcmitfht liiict-r Ut s uie
time, but c tild 11 't he pcnroinfutly relieved. In Imhe is.-s
the effcet I ih Paivwea tiaa been m-M aratilyiiigr. (nly
f"ur or live b ttles were iibed by Ma of ih pera 'lis bef re
she hevan to improve rapidly. Th rther I "k ah ut tt u.
I will only mklthat fnmili'ir as I sin with e 'iikumptiou by
inlieritauee and by extensive observnti u o a htudy. mid
kn whiR alsvt Uie injun us etfeets iu nine- con out of ten
of tar, t-ifau-t, aud other vegetnblo tonics, as well aif
many iM the exiwMt rantsriiHl setlmivcs, I th 11M never h ivu
recfaiinicuiUd tue use of Dmke'i Panacr::t if J hud nut been
acquainted with the ingredicnta. twttice it to aty that them
are lec miinended by uur 111 st uiular and sc ientific puM
ciaus, and iu their present e inlMned suite, form pr-'liahH'
the best idterutiv thut haa ever been made. The cute is
iu aeordaiioa witii a Ute ry of CVmitunmiiuu bnsxehed iu
Krunce a few years f by oie m her m t eminent wri
ters on medicine, and n w eublihcd by fuels which ad
mit of uj dispute.
Very Reatieetfully Vwb, L. C. GUNN.
To uae the tuirunee of another, "Dr. Dnjkc's Pnnacea hi
a ways adutary in its etlcets never injuri us. It i 11 t as
Opiate it is n t and Eipvciurant. It is not intended to lull
tho invalid int ia fatal swurity. It is a grunt remedy a
gnust healing and curative c-unpouiid, the great and Oiily
remedy which medic"! science and skill haa yet prKUieetl
for the treatment of thia hitliert') uneontuered malady. And
in pers a itiuicted with thia dread disease, will be just I t
himself and his fritaals, if he dwn n tha grave without
testing its virtues. A single b ltle, iu m at cases, will nn
duee a favorable change ia the cuditi-u of any patieut,
Ijadica of pale mmplexi n and o-insumpiive habita, and
auch as are dchili Ual by fli e obstructions which feinaies
aie lislale to, are rest -red by tha uae of a bit tic or two, t
bloom vifiv. It ia by far the beat remedy ever discovered
for weakly children, and such aa have bad huimwa ; being
pleasant, they take it. It tiiiuicdiutely restores tbe appetite,
atreiHrlki and Chir.
Nothiua eaa ix m tt aurphaing than ita lnvif 4ntin;r ef
fects 011 the uuiuau frame, persons, all weakness ami las.
situde bef ra taking it, at once beaiima robust und full ot
tnargy under its influence. It immediate counteracts tha
uarvUesaueca ol' Uia t'sinale fratna.
CAUTIONBa earafui and aaa that yea get the stun
ins Dr. Dsjlss's Pefcii haa the stf ivature of Gib. F.
Sioaas na Uie wnppes ivt Ui the lauae "Pa. Esjus's
P.nci, Vuas bl wa in tts (has.
Prepved ulv be Broaaslt Cx, Druggists, Nj 111 North.
Sixth ft., PhUadeljJiie, . , . ,
Aeant f,t Bunhiiry 1. MSSr.R.
6..M also be W A MvKx e. Co., Danville H ?UAir
ra, Mihon; Ml MeCet, NrthanK:rlen-l ; U. F Li i,
April I, fe4 ly
HLe JCFEeff rS
CITY D A G U E II R KQT Y PE
No. 100 Chtsnut ttreef. 2 doors above id. $3uth
THE subscribers, proprietors of tba oldest
Establishment In tha City of Philadelphia,
being founded in 1810, would call tha attention
of tba public to their recent great aud wonderful
Improvement In taking Daguerreotype Portraits.
SKY LIGHT PORTRAITS Tbe subscribers
beg leave to subjoin a lew of the notice tbey
bar receive'! from tbe Press throughout tha
country, in relation loth improvement they
have made in tha introduction of lights, by which
tha full and deer expression of the Eye la obtain
ed more perfectly than heretofore.
From the North American 1
The neutral expression of the eve by Mr. Collins' new
process of introducing the light, hits been most dininetly
developed, aa well aa all the. lights and shades indiSerss
ble to a perfect likencrn.
(From the Saturday Conrier.1
The Messrs. C. hsve eerlaiuiv uhtainM tha eve. In
better perfection than wo have teen it elsewhere; end
this sunerhrity, together with the cicarncm, distmttncss
snd delicate tint, lliev give their pici.ms, mike them wor
thy ot sdniirstion, uot only as li'.-suctscs, but as worii of
From the Harrhl nrg t'nl m
. "e examined sjiccimcns of their likenesses when in the
eity the othor day, and f.un.1 them to prssesaatl the bemtty
of shading and a flnet of cxoreaaioii of the finest aieel en
graving, which l somctMnir unu.nal in Dnimerredvpes
I his i ohiaineil bv the introduction cl light from ab ive,
instead of ihe side of ll.-c g -illerv.
l-'r.tm tlic lliltruioro Clipper.
"I hem 'iit itnpirtant impr .vement in the Daguerrian
nrt, iscnel.y the Messrs. r;r.iim Philndelphin, and con
soils in a link-rent manner of introducing ihe light, end cer
tain adaptions of the instrument. We have seen a inc l
the p-irtnuts. which tin y have executed. nm) ihcv have the
distinctness and beauty of fi.jc engravings. They are especially-
rcnnrk-ihle iu giving the pr .per natural' exnrcs
si n of tlic eye."
From every sectirn of the c nc.'ry where r ur pictures
have been seen they hive teoeived 'fcimiltr tlattciiug n"ti
ces. The public generally are inviieil to visit our Galleries,
pr.'bably the mst ex'ensive inthewjrld, and judge f.-r
themselves of the troth of tl ce n-.ticLl.
Philadelphia, April 15, ISIS
WKSTtit.v xi:y yukk
colli: or. of nr. alt 11,
20 r Main street. Buffalo, X. Y.
DU. (J.C. Y'AL'CHVS
Vigdablc Litliu!itriitic Jlixturc
rpJIIS celebrated remedy ia constant!)- increasing its I'uuie
X by the inanv ctircs it i timkine
ALL OVER THK WORLD.
It has ti .y bec.methe only mediciiie f.r ikuiilv use, and is
jiurticuljirty ri-cvitmicuded I'jr
all stages of this c m;laiut itnnicdiut .-:)' relieved, u i matter
01 huw Ijng standing. See I'linm-ihlct I'jr tes-.iiu w,
and all diseases of the urimry irpuis; f-r Ihwo dialrem
liiK c inplnint it stmnls i.i .no ; n . otlior arliele i-in relieve
you i and Uie cures tewilietlM will,- aivineelhe m .at akep
tied; aee jauiijililef. l.i--r f 1.1; -Inim. Uilli- u diseases,
FEVER & AtJUE.
Tj tlic Creat West espeviillv, n.l wherever these cjin
plnint.' prevail this medii-inc 13 . liercd.
-NO All X ERA L AGENT,
n ) deleter! ua eiwupnaml i a nrt of tliin nurture, it
cures tlieM? duenses with eeriiiiui ,- nnd reierity, and dues
not leave the svu'ein tjrni.l S-e 'Fa:u-,!il'-t.
u c jnlj.l.ii.i' of n m ut p 1 i 1 1 1 11 1 c!in .n -'.-r. ia
J AI M EDIATELY Ii ELI EV EI).
an.l 11 eur.. t" .11 -wh by n i, v ,luvs uo 01 lhi artieh-; ,t i..
i.xr iK-i-irc any other pr-p:ir:i:i nl'ir this .Iim.-um-. ur Ic.muy
oihcr disedse trig limine; tr in iui:u.c hi ml. sj. e pain
DEMLITV OF THE YSTEM.
weak Ui.-k. wciiiiKts ,,' i!,c hulne' s, Ac., ..r iKlin.iiin.
ti mi i.l B-iinv-. is nnn:e.ti.i'. y u-i.-i.U l,v a li-,v ila. uie i.f
thu nieilie,v. iilid 11 cure is ahv. -.t, a iU.,:t . 1 lis i,st-. Il
A CERTAIN REMEDY.
I r .:c!i c .:i:; I UiiU:, fad .ilc.
i-ji Ut ui(,'. iii. u's -.1 t'.iit
piinlul uier.vru-i-i n. N,, :ivti -h- h-.s ever l.. i-u . Il'med j
e.-..-pt this whi-h w-itil.l t .u,-!, tiii- kind .1 il,r ui'.-. :i,enl8.
It liny he relied uu,n us a sun- :in,t .-il,-,ne r.:..-..-,i , und 1
uid we led pi-rmr'id t . il . s 1 1. I .-it,. ' I
a Tiioi'SAXD names. j
r-j y.rirC ( cures in this (lis r,".i.i,i!j ,-h,i of c 'lll il.iiiitf '
l"iii'lii';l. All l.r .k.-ii , .1 hili.ate.l e .iu,;ii,i(iji.f ;
lr,.iu the ,-iki-t oi inercurv, wi.I tin I the bniein'' iv.wer i f '
tluH -irtu-U- ton.-t iniineiiinu.iy 0j iH.,,..u., mincai :
eradicated ir -in the Fi-strin.
will had the alteintive nniiiertiea f this nrtii-le
PURIFV THE BLOOD.
and driven such dinensi s tr .inihe tuirm. See lumphlet
for testiui ny ,.f eurea in all hseni'; whi.-h the nni.ts.if
un uTcnianiHi-ni will 11 t nrrnill to be iirin,, l...r.. A........ 1
ifive thuni ay ( they c .niiiiu iti ,astS u- certiiieatc 1 1 I
hiKh character, und 11 atroiiiri-r
ARRAY OF PROOF !
of the virtn. s ofa medicine, ii.-i,-rHpHur,-d. Ituonen'l
iiie nneuiinr K-ailires nl tin, nrtlcle that It lien-nulls to
benefit 111 any case, and it h-we mill muscle arc led Ij build
upon let the emaciated and lin-rciitis invalid
and keep taking the medicine its 1 .nS tu tln're is an im-provenK-nt.
The nnmriet ir mmiM
CAUTION THE PUBLIC
tt(rniint a number of articles which c une out under the
SARSAPARILLAS, SYRUPS. !
ascun.sf.rlir.ptiy. Gravel, Ac: Tliev are exil tor iu- ,
l.ilng, nud conc.K-leil to ..nil ii,.-uw ir ';
TOUCH THEM NOT
1 fleir inveiit jr never tii
thii article had d-w it.
phlet 19 enrneftlv a 'li. it"
ihl I'l curing u,-li di.iiiMnes till
A p:irlivtil..r tud i.f the paiu-
Aireuts nu'l nil wlp. k-U the nrli ! urn
fiLADTO CIRCULATE 1
(5miuit'.ily. Put up in 3 ) 07:. t,oltl.-. nt ; IS d M ;
M each tho lurster h..-liiy i-z. in re th -n tw.i emuU lot- I
ties. I.'v-l: ,,ut nnd B.'l ii'i;,- e..,l ;v,., v b -ttle Ims !
'aujli!i S voluble l.lin n-ri ,,i : t- Mixture ."'hi w uo.u I
the (Has, the wrille-i sin.ilar... i-l'.-u. I . Vallfilui" i-n the '
difceu .. and C. Vuii-jmh. ll.ilVal..," sf,i:in:d ai the :
crs. .ne ,-.tl,.-r are r-i:mii".'r.-,r ! b l)r. t. V.
V,u"-;:u- ''d "t l'ie P,iia-i,a I i Mice. M iiu Mii-ct, '
Hail .i", ill !l .h-ylt' and -1;,1. No l't''-,ti n tivi II t ' let- ,
t-TK mill F taU u.k-r ir.i.u re-;.t-utiv .- 4U.itdt.-d
Aeeuta exeepied; t .at t :ii l I.- i.-ik. ,r v-rkd" e .maiuuic i
tl i.sH.emiijr uill ice. pr.'in-tly af.-i:ih-:l t . eT.t'i.
C-,r:v-'-s,h.-v 't'.ii t-X'-hi.iv.-.i-t'i llie p,:.- , tin ar:n-l-
13-; Xtneeui t. New V-rk : -.'..' I--, xnt.S.d.-tn. Mm.:
r.ii'l l.v the priiteipnl l)ruut.-isu llir'aijb nil the l'iuiiiS:al.
llll-l L'lilKulll. lis Ae'il!,
I.i.it of Am-its Si tis A ev. W!i .letnile AiT'-nt l'l.il-il' I- :
phi-l T. W. l-'ilii tp, Snal'lli v Ib-.ac tiealh.irt. Selliiei-. yv :
r. A. Wy.!b. t,ewis:'uru II. I.S'..-ii.-r, Mill m Haves ;
e; M--C .rniieii, M''llW'-iiM i:.e .M'- .MeC " , .Norllimnb.-r- '
land. ' !
April I, If if y i
TO all pmcl.asers ol'ready made rluthirz i,,.
formation is heieby given that the well kno A l
and much celebrnted Cloihit.g i nipoi ium, known
ui llie ;
I'hllaiTcIiihia lVaitliobf. i
P. R MrNaii.i.R, Proprietor, Su I n.i Cn'mit :
tti eit. lelwi ei S hmdtlh .... PhiLdi IjiMh j
Is atoiiihinj; the rnrnn. unity it hit cheap and !
lashionahle appaiel, of everv d -ti npliui, and vt '
riely. Vests from 50 cents to Ciiulldis. Good :
black Cloth or Cassimere Pauls, us Iha- as il ;
dollars and upwards P'-i pan, art-iirdtng to quali 1
tv. Black French I Inllnlre.s Coats as low a.
6 dollars Summer i-lo hing rli-'aper, peihaps. '
than ever was known h'-rrinlore cl the same I
Wholesale dealers are pnrlicu'ei ly invited to
call and examine the Urge und w II gut npelnth-
ing of this large establishment, it very pjrtiru 1
lar attention is paid In the culling, so lh.it 1
ptirrnavers at wholesal' vt ill be citam to get
garments when tbey i-om to put them on their
customers, that will fit with las'e and ease, which
a a matter of great importaure. We invite one
and all to rome and examine for themselves be
fine p irchasing
Philadelphia, April I, 18-IS 3m
lMclorlal i:dliloii or cVAublgno
Kixal Woi k oh luo ltt-ri itiuiloii
OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY IN GER
MAN V, SWUZERLAM", &t:. Will be
piibliahe.l or. or about tha l.t of April, 1818, by
JOS. A SPF.EL, No tti Cherry tt. above 6th,
his splendid Wmo edition of- lha above named
w oi It, with 18 engiaved illutiralions ftom ori.
It ina I designs; 4 vols in 3, bound in extra cloth
and library sheep. . v
The publisher respectfully calls the attention
of Ihe trade and the public generally, to this
work being the only illustrated edition published
in the United States He trusts that the beauty
of ila embellikhmenta. the strong and substantial
manner in which it ia bound, in conjunction with
tbe known popularity of the work itself, will be
a sure recommendation to public favor.
JOS. A SPEF.L 60 Cherry st above 6tb.
J. A 8 haa also lately publithrd. a new and
beautiful Edition of Serg-ant Bell's Rarea Show,
a suitable book for children, neatly dona up in
rii.lanVlih a, April I, lfS-
FIRE AIND THIEF PROOF CHESTS,
TlRZ-tRbOF DOORS FOft BANKS JUfD BTOtlM
Seal Slid tettor-Cobyln J Presse, Patent
Slate'Lirted Refrifearatore- Water Fil
lers, Patent Poriuble Water Clo
sets, intended for the Sick
EVANS & tt'ATSOfti
78 SetiM TniriStrtfl, .
OPPOSITE THE PHILADELPHIA tXCtUHttt.
Manufacture and kssp eoaarwil
Ir on hand, a larfa ass erment nf
the ebore articles, tewlsisc wiUi
their Patent Improved SsJamerHW
FIRE-PROOF SAFES, wbiea
are eu eonetnieted ae to set rest
all maimer of doubt ae ! their
beinc strict It Bre-oroof. and trail
AVLvaaa j,. they will resist tbe fire uf sne
hynm'Tit? boikline. Tbe outside eseea eC
these ISafes are made of bcller iren, ths inside ease of soap-st-nie,
and between the cuter ese nnd Inner ease ia a Space
nl sime three inches thick, and is died in with Indeetrue
til.le material, S) as to make it an imp. miuilitT to burs ff
vf the contents inside ol this Chest. These Sapston Sa
lamanders we sre prepared and d ehailenre the te'Vld Ii
pr luce anv article in the shape of Rook Safes that will
at-uid as much heat, and we h.'H ourselves ready at aU
limes to l avslhem feirly terted by public bonfire. We
ois-t c.ntihne t'i manufucture a brpeend reneral essirt
inont of cut Premium Aii-t;e,M Fire Prifc-f efesr-f which
there arc i,rer OP nw in use. and in every Instance thee
have riven entno Sitisfactioti t-i the purchasers 'if which
we will refer the public lo a few gentlemen who bare
them ill use.
Hfivwud ft SimlT. Pr.t!ville; J seph 0. Lawton
P 'tts'ville; Mi. William Orr. Dcvlestown, Pa.
N. 4 0. Tayl it, nnrth .Id st.i A Wright it Nephew
Vine rt. vhrf ; Atexnmier Caror, Cveyrineee, corner of
FilUsrt nnd yh ti.: John M. Font, ,12 north 3d st.; Mrere
H is'i, i'l n rth 3J v.j .tnmes M. Paul, 101 suth 4lh SU
Dr. David J:.yne, b f juth 3d Mathew T. Miller. 90
s nnh 3.1 s.; an-l wo e -u:d mine s -rue hundreds nf others
tt it werenercsury. N"ir we invite the attention nf the
pahlie, and partieuhrly thore in want uf Fire Proof Ssfee,
t-c.ill at i-nr stnre before pitr-h:j.ine; elsewhere, and we
t-,n sati.i'y them they will et a teller and cheeper erticie
at nnr st"te then at rny other estol.In;hment in the city.
We sis 1 inanulnctur'e the nrdiimry Fire Proof Chests, at
pt ver,-1 v price., ehetper than they can be baught at snf
uiher store in Philadelphis.
Pliiludulphw, April S, ISiQ I-
T'rsnn nnd nistanrt Savrd!
HjlHE suliirribers haeinj leaseil fie Sunb'urf
J. Ferry, b e lea ee to inform fhe public, that
thi-y nre prerel to eo-ivey Teaans. Pleasure
Carriages' end Foot nassehd-ts across the river
with safety and without delay. Tbey have pro
vided themselves with new and commodious
crafts, whii-h will always be attended with able
and careful bandit
Persons travelling to end frorfi ahd throujh
Sunbury to New Berlin, Lewisburf, Ilartleton
and other places, will rind it greatly lo their ad
vantaee to rross at this Ferry instead of tba
Bridges, as they would save from two to four
miles in distance. JOHN SPEECE.
Sunbury, April I, ISIS
iew Spring: Dry Goods.
VArZIlTaOlT & HALLv
So. South S. Streit. Phiad, Iphim.
HAVE now in the store and are daily receiv.
ing in addition to their assortment as they ar
rive in the New York and Philadelphia Maikets,
new Spring Pry Goods consisting in part of
N-w Styles Spring Mos. deLainea New Slylea
Bareges in Stripes, Plaids, he. Choice Col
ore, mode Rareges, New Lawns .and
mode Mos. de Laines, Pad! de
chcrves, a new artiMe, liew
style Tissues &c, &c.
Fi:knpm ,xo Scotch Gingham. In store one
ot the largest assortment in Philadelphia, from
the lowest price lo the finest, qualities, much'
lower than last -aon
On Ii.wmI at all seasons of Ihe year a large Is
koilinei.t, both of-I.inens anil Muslins, at greatly
r-itiK'rd irii-i s. a!o Linen Pamasks, Counter
puiies fcr Shawls, Gloves Lares tee. tligh
1. 11. tie lllai k Silks, for muntillas. Visiles, Pres
n &.c. Ah'nscc Hoy's wear of all descriptions.
L lilies an J tJi-nt liMiiitn visiting the city are in
viieil to call nml examine our stork.
A liberal lei'ueiinn man.? to those who buy tiV
Philadelphia. April !, S(P
C4KI1 &. SE1I. i:GR4Vl.U.
WM G MASON.
40 C!usnt.t it. 3 doit above 2nd St., Philadrtphiu.
I n-ruver of ltrSIMi tc VISITI.VU CARD,
Watch papers. Labels, Door plajteg. Seals ai
r'lamps (or Odd Fellows. Sons of Temperance,
etc.. ke. Always on hand a ene.-al assortment
of Fine Fancy tiomls. Gold inns of ever V qualllv
i . n 11 . . " . .
A..n.. r..il,. ,r 1 r t'l tv
Agency for the Manufacturer of Glaxiera Dia
Orders per mail (post paid) will ba punctually
Philadelphia, April I, 148 y
GIESE & SONi
Cimimissioii tuid Forwarding
.V. IS Cunmerct Street Whmf BALTIMOHK.
Will receive and tell all kinds of Country Pio-due-
Flour, Giain, &c.
N R I'aitici'ar attention given to the tale
ol Lumber And rah advances made On COO
s aT.iiviits, w h'-n required.
April I, ISIS tin
.nccu:! .v .i:itiio'x
I ) A ( ; V I : H Ii FA )T Y PE ROOM S,
o Ids iiifHiiiit itlreel,
N,.;.,7i Fai t rur:.tr Eighth it , Philadelphia.
Hy ll!CTI!A! I S Iroin llie emal'est !irrasl-in to'
Ihe Urges' g", uni'.lv or in groups. Th'
P i -printor are wjirank-d in iing, that ilieir
n.'tk tx i? i'i) d i ic iiti'ioTi .erjiid to none ia
M.c t'iI. Exl-sfi-i fr'in the Press:
Lift-liks in die cxpicsMun, chatly correct in
i' i- S il in?. .,'''
-The u t l.i r. i 1 at g-eil p if.ciioo, ami
i . ic o -ilerst nvl it iutut itian Mcl'liea it Goe
lil'Mi.' j'j' ,or.' Ir i.
A Inn ulii.-! n l- in.- e n I'X.eeJ tlielt exq'uisiia'
-I. 'i a. v."- '. S G.itelte.
I x 1 Hi-.i from l'ie report of llie Judues, l the lst
I 'i I he i'r.nkl n lii::u -Dagueiruotypes .
in Im d.-; arm nt th. re are soma tery excellent
l e in- ii- in the x il'i'i'.n, and Ihe Joilgeg think
I!., v e p'orcskive inoto.'i;nient in tbia branch
f fie utt Thi-t h . mn r. comme .led an a
.ird in f .vor i.f anv of ihe roMpeiitoia. l ul aia
i n e I i . ii.uk a. fe in order, lha c.llection of
Mi-CLEFrl A GEIiMDN, as eonlalnii g ihe lar.
g-sl nun.her nfu.per.ar npteiniem."
lul de'pliia, Feb 19. 1818. 6m
Finla A I) E L P H I A
E ti.ltUlud IS years ago by Dr. KISKELIS.
I he ol.iet, surest ami l-esl hand lo eur all foima'
of seer-1 J isesaee, d iaeae of the shin snij
snlit.rv l.aliita nf youth, ia
.V. V turner of id and Union its., benreen Spru
nndJ'iif, I) squares from th Exchange,
70UNG MEN I if you value your life oryoor1
H ha ilth, trm. p.Ur, tha delay ofa month, nay;
ev.-n ck, may prove y-ur rain, both of Uxiy
sd mind. Hei.ca 1. 1 nu false modesiy Jeier you
fnun mi'kinc your ease known lo one who. Iron
education md respectability,, n alone h- friend a
Ha wh.. places him-alf under Ur KIN'KELIN'S
t'ei.tmeni, may irli?i..ulv e mdi in hie honor ae
a gen leniMi, and In ho e bosom will be fore.er
locked the a rret of llie ps'irn'.
To i in my ihii.k tliey will hog trie s crel to their
own heirla, a d cute ihtmelv s, A las I how uf.
leu t this a f 'til tlelnsii n, mid how tu.iVv a pro
uii.ing y.m- g man, h in ghl hta been an orn.
tncnl In socirtv. h Med f.nin ih aarth,
I Ol'NTRV INVALIDS,
finding ii done' mem to make pa eon il appli.-s.
ii n, can. l. aisilng their e.ee eipildtly, Men h i
tin all tl lit y rptoma. (r I. far post-paid.) ,i.e
f.irwar.U d lo ihem a i het fen'ain i.g Tj,, R', ai9.
ilic-'ne- S: .i pri i e l v.-.iidiiigly..
Pa. ki:es nf M. diei... s furwanleJ . any part e
lha Uiiiled States al a m.imenl'e no ice,
P"t r.iu tiTTaas, edd.ee.ed to p: efi
tm, Philadelphia, wi be er .iai.t'y a'hrl. t e ' :
Oc. JO'h. lIT.-ly '