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SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
FOR THE LADI1J6.
MnS. Folk Mita. ijADisoNMns. Adams.
r-r I have soon three anointed kings and tlirco
- inaugurated presidents. I admire tho presi
dent's the most. I hare aeon three queens,
and - three ladies who hare shared in the
honors or the presidency; and truly among
the queen not one conld compare with the
regal grace of Mrs. Madicon, the feminine
f distinguished personnel of Airs. Polk, and tho
intellifremt nd lady like demeanor of Mrs.
Adams; the first of these ladies has been,
, ,': nay, she still is, at the age of eighty-six, emi
nently beautiful, with a complexion as fresh
and" fair, and a skin as smooth as that of an
English givl. Mrs. Polk, were it not for the
; same defect in the teeth (though in a less
degree) which characterices the mouth of
.. Queen Victoria, would be a very handsome
. woman. Her hair is very blnck, mid her
dark eye and complexion give her a touch of
" thp Spanish damn. These' American ladies
, are highly rultivittrd and perfectly accom
plished, and practiced in the mrat delicate
and refined iiMgcs of distinguished society.
It is not possible to 'observe affectionate
' and deferential manner of Mrs. Polk towards
" the august lady who is now the "mother of
the republic," without feeling for each the
Mrs. Polk 13 very well read, and has much
talent for conversation : the is highly popu
lar; her reception of all parties is that of a
kind hostes and accomplished gentlewoman
She has excellent taste in dress, and both in
the morning and evening preserves tho sub
dued though elegant costume which charac
terices the lady. She is ready at repiv, and
preserves her positions admirably. At a le
vee, a gentleman remarked. "Madam, you
have a very genteel assemblage to-night."
'Sir,'' replied Mrs. Tolk, with perfect good
humor, but verv signilieantlv, ,:1 have never
seen it otherwise."
One morning 1 found her reading. '-I have :
many books presented to me by the writers,"' j
said she, '-'and I try to read them all ; at pre- I
sent that is not possible ; but this evening
the author of this book dines with the Presi- j
dent, and 1 could not bo so unkind as to ap-
pear wholly ignorant and unmindful of his '
gift." I wore a brooch in which was con- !
taincd the hair of my husband and children.
very tastefully .displayed. Mrs. Polk carried
it to the window, read the names of the j
"eleven," compared their hair, and asked !
many questions about them. Saving her j
. gracious majesty, 1 could have put my anus
around her neck and kissed her. I
Jewels is the States. The only article j
which 1 missed from the shops, and fiom the j
toilette of the ladies, was jewelry. Ahr.cs'. ;
every Euglifh gentlewoman possesses i-onie j
few valuable trinkets : the stones themselves !
are probably hereditary possessions, which, i
by passing through tho hands of the jeweller,
and receiving a new and tashionaMe mown- i
ting, become new trinkets; but still they are j
real gems and pure gold, and of intrinsic I
worth. In New York 1 saw many ladi'-s ;
waring inferior nrticlrs and false stoi.es : in i
Boston certainly, I saw several valuable or-
naments ; in New Orleans few jewels were j
worn, but ninny natural flowers ; in Wash
ington not many handsome jewels were dis
played. Fashionable Milliner in New Youk. I
made some efforts to repair my own ward
robe, and was recommended, as a first-rate
dressmaker, to MissMullin. I waited on that
lady with a piece of lino muslin, out of which
1 requested to have two dresses made. I was
measured, and then observed a V Jnplaise.
"Will you come, if you please, the day after
to-morrow, at seven o'clock, when I am dres
sing for breakfast, and try it on ?" "Madam,''
replied the lady-milliner, "I never got out or
sand out will you be good enough to call i:i
hero?'' "Oh ! very well ;" so we appointed
one o'clock two days after. On that day it
rained, and my time was engajred with com
pany, and 1 never thought of Miss Mitllin till
tho next morning, when I sallied forth about
10 o'clock. The offended modiste received'
me with insulted dignity und forgiving co:i '
deseension. "Murium, had I for one moment j
suspected that you would have disappointed !
me yesterday, I should have made arrai.rr -- I
ment better suited toiuy own convenience -I
appeared as well as I could, the uli'ended
gentlewoman, mid with much humility prti- '
tioned for one frock for Sunday,' being liter-
ally gownless. Mis Mullin was inexorable: !
nothing could be done nothing was done, for '
ten days; when the gowns were sent hone. 1
as wellnnde as possible, but with an audi; j
account of nino dollnrs and twenty-live cents '
a charge of 2. U. 6 i. for what would cost j
at a first-rate milliner's in London 15s. at j
most. (Mrs. Mmry's Travels in the L'nital
Thiiee Fai-lts of Ni-rses. I. To lisp in
a baby btyle, when the same words, in an
endearing tone, would please as well ; tho
reverse should be the. voice clear, emphatic
and each syllable distinctly articulated for
2. To tell of witches, ghosts, and goblin ;
Mich superstitions, impressed upon young
winds, are raioly gut rid of.
3. To direct a child to act like u man ;
whereas it is not often becoming for a little
boy to upo the man, but only to conform his
demeanor to hist uge ; every age has its own
"i " '
OxXatcral. An old lady, living ou one of
the telegraph lilies leading from Louisville,
observed some workmen digging a hole near
her door, she inquired what it was fur ?
"To put a post in for tho telegraph."
Wild with fury and uffiUt, she inconti
nently seized har bonnet and tan to her next
neighbor with iho news.
"What do you thiuk," bhe exclaimed in
breathless haste, "they'rat setting lip that par
agraph right agin? my door, and now I reckon
a body can't spunk a child or scold a hand
or chat with a neighbor, but that plaguey
thing will be babbling it all over creation. I
won't stand it I'll move right away where
there ain't nous of them onuateral fixens."
Ksobmous Losses. The Paris correspon-
ant ,,r I....1,- .... m i
av Whild by the late revolutions in Europe
ViifMl millions of francs. "
.0311 2C2T 3? 2E LSB 3" Q
KT hi fower M cans til axrvawat BORES,
8f'ROniLOU8 humor., 8KIN DI8BArE8.
POISONOUS WO UN US to dtacbsrf a (heir fa
lilil matters, snd lhrt hrsls them.
It is richly Mrmml All-hssling , for!lher Is scare
I; s disss, external or internal, that it will not
bentfit. I hivs nerd it fur ths last fourteen years
for til diteaees of iht chest, eonsumption and liver,
involving lha utmost dsngsr and raspoMibiliiy '
and I declsre befnr hesven snd man. that not in
one tingle cat baa it failed in benefit when the pa
tient was wibin the reach of mortal meant.
I have had phyieians, learned in the profession,
t have had miniaiera of the gospel, judges of tlir
bench, aldermen, lawyer, gentlemen ot the high
rat erudition, and multitudes of lha poor use it in
every variety of way, and (here hat been but one
voir one universal voice saying I 'M'Allittsr,
your Ointment it GOOD."
In Scrofula, Old Sn'et, Eryeplas, Tetter Li
ver Complaint, Bore Eye. Quinsy, 8ore Throat,
Bronchitis, lirokrn or Bore Breast, Piles, all Client
Diseasrs, tuch a Atihma, Oppression, Pain
Mae, Sere Lip, Chapt e.l Hand. Turn rr. Chit,
drcn'a Cutaneous Eruptiona, Nervous Disease,
and or the Spino, there ia no medicine now known
SCAM) HEAP We have currd cases tint
actually defied ev. ry tiling know n, as well a the
nihility of 15 or 20 d.ictort. One man loM ua he
had spent f.'iUOon bit eh Id en without any bene
fit. v.heu a few boxes of Ointment rund them.
BALDNESS (twill icstore the liairsoonrr
than any other thing. ,
HEADACHE The s.ilve haa cured pctsons
of the head.uht' of 12 tcnrV standing, and who
hid it regt l.rr every week, ao that vomiting often
lo. k p!nci!. Dksiskss, Eaii Acua. and Aot-a i!
thk l'scr, are cured by thia Ointment with like
BURNS. It it one of the hctl thinga in the
world for liurna. (Read the dirreliona around the
ItHEUM ATI3M. It remnvea nlinot Immedi
ately the infl imation and twilling when the piin
ccii-ea. (Ri'nl the Direction around thn Box.)
COI.D FEE P. Consumption, I.iver Com
plaint, Pain in the client or tide, falling off nf the
hair; one or the other alwaya accompanies fold
feet. (Thia Ointment ia tho lru remedy.) It ia
a turn sign of diteate to have cold feet.
TETTER. There ia nothing better for the
cure of Teller.
PILES. Thousandt are yearly cured by thia
( CRN'S. Ocraaion.1l use i.f tho Ointment will
nlwiye keep Co-ns from growing. People need
never be troubled with them it they will use i'.
Keait Iht following Communication,
R. reived from an old. reepec rd tnJ well known
ritizi n of Phi'adalphia. and then judge for yout
Philadelphia. 10 mo., 13th, 1846
To T. B. Peterson, Having bten requested
to cive my opinion on the merits of M'ALl.13
I KK'rt tAl.YE, I am willing lo enumerate some
of the benefita which 1 have experienced in the ueo
of the article.
In the eprirg of 1845, I lind an attack of Ery
a!.t Us in my l .ce which became very painful, and
xtoiidid into one of my eyes, hetng attended with
f v r, nry d ttiesa w.it great and I bean to be f ar
fill of I irg niy ec.
Alltinng!) not n.urh of a believer in nhnl is
t'ointnotily ciill. d quack medii ines. I f urehnrd a
box and imide an ip;dieiitinii t i my fare. To toy
KUtptisc t!ie piin soon al ted, nnd in a werk' time
it was rnt're'y cured, and I (irmly brlievt that il
. the suite, under I r vlileiice that cu eit me.
Prom ill a( lira? lo tho prea nt. I have used t:ie
rticlc ocat'ou requin d, .n.l i . every cise wlieie
I h ive u-e l it, I have found a decided bun fit
At ot e lime, rn prina lo hd tit night, my threat
w.ns n B,.ri hit I swa'lowed uith (liHieuliy. but
hy mi application of tho ta ve I was relieved lefo:c
1 huvo usod il in ca-o of burrs, I rnisrs. spriina.
und flesh cols, a'l with tlie happiest effects, and
one rase of poisoning by a ni'd vine in the woods,
I) is bf en dried tip and cured by a few anptic itiont..
Pram my own eipeiienre, I would sl'onuly re
romn end it to nil, as a cheap, convenient, family
I h ive become an partial In it, that I expect lo
keep it constantly in my family.
Though not ambitious to appear in print, yet I
rannol nfu.-e in have this communicaiion made
pu! lie if judged beat to serve the e.iute of humani
ty. Respectfully thine,
No. 26. Old York Koad.
CAUTION. Ointment will be genuine
unlets thenatmeof Jamea M' A Hitter, or Jumna
M'Allister & Co., are written with a pen on eve
ry label. JAMES M'ALLISTER.
Sole proprietor of the a''ove medicine.
VJPKICE, 25 CEI'TS PER B0X.2
AoEJtTt : J. W. FRIUNf!. Sunl.ury.
FORSYTH, WII.80N & Co.
Dr WM. M BirKI.EV. Danville,
J. H. CHOUSE. Sehnsgiove,
P. C. PHI'M.EIt. Lrwitburg,
WM. F. N AO I.E. Milton,
JOHN SMARl'LESS, Cattawifta.
lb. 19lh, 1648. cowl v
W7EN1, VIDI. VIi.T Dr. AU.EVS VEGE.
V I'Altl.E COMPOUND. f.r tie cu e ol
I: V'. PEI'SI . l.IVEU COMPLMVT. NEU
VOI S DEIIIM PY. UIMOUS AFFECTIONS.
Ac. This Med.rino i oil'. tnl lo the public under
the afSurni.ro that Ihore is n-i attiete in cxirteme
hiivb'g itronuer ela;nu lo ll ir c 'ii-'l delation. He
'nn r ni ouudrd l y a irpnl.ir (iraduiita of J fl'er
so.i C lleee, Philadt Ipti , nd a pinctising hyi
ciin i f laenty yrinV a: .iidi' (r in Pbil.ide'pliM, bit
t ilia rvii. rifhr-M la. 4.i. fli in.'.l liim in li a .mirii.-iti
ih il a etiiai'oiind n-rdicine nan rnjuircd to prevent
und remedy the di biltt.ition pr d ie d by letMing
in lo-v, niiufinrilic cliin itis, i.nd lo counter ul the
pro trating inllmne s of nviiy nerviiua di.-ordern
with vhirh tie hum. in ftmily are allltelO'l.
VU. AI.I.EN it a well known htsiei m, and
lia used tho a'ivo me lirine in hit prariite for 8
yrats ui h lite mut n-loiiithuig rllccl, having let
ted ila qnalitii-a in ahn'e
FIVE THOUSAND CASES.
SJa mitirin ivm .a... i.'u.l mm. 11 .tiA.in t
rnmniendHtiona from phyiicitna of eminent ttand
ii4 tlun haa been beatowej on thia,
DYSPEPSIA Oil IN DIGESTION AND
US CONSEQUENCES. An eminent Profes
tor aiya: "Il chiefly arises in persona who lead
either a very aedentary or irregular life. Althoonh
not regarded aa s fat.il ditenae t yet if neglrctid or
improperly (reared, may bring on incurnbla Me.
I.inch.ily, Jaundice, Madueaa, or Veitigo, Pslay
and Apoplexy. A great singularity attendant on
it it, that il may and often does continue s gieal
length of time without any remission of ihetymp
toina. CAUSE"1. Grief and uneasiness of mind, ins
tents ttudy, profuse evacuations, sxcest in venery,
excessive uaa of epiiituoua liquors, tea, tobacco, o
piuni, and other narcotica, iinmodertts repletion,
over diatenlion of ths tlomach, a deficiency of the
secretion of Ihe bile or gisirio juice, eipotuia to
cold snd damp sir, ars tbs chief cauaea of lie dis
ease. SYMPTOMS. Loaa of appetite, naueea, Heart
hum, acidity, snd foetid eructations, gnswing of
Ihe stomach when empty, uneasiness in lha thro il.
pai i in ths side, coalivenesa, chillnraa, Lnguor,
low new bf apirila, pilpitaliona, sod dieurbeJ
1 R E A T M E N T.DR. ALLEN'S VEGE
TABLE COMPOUMihti never failed in sff.r
ding iuimediale relief, and s isdicsl cure for Ihia
fJCj.Thii Medicine can he had of H. D Mat er,
Soiii.uryt J. C. Mailin, Polt-ville, Medlar &
Uitket, Orwigthurg and of Druggiala generally.
ALLEN V WARD, Proprietors.
Philslelphis, Nov. 87, IS47 rq ly
v3sS. S'f glTa rr- T
A GENTS tocauvata for soma Nswsnd Poru
ji every Coustt througho.it
sthUnited blatea. ToAg.nta, tb. moat liberal
sr.couragement ia offered will, . tmtii c,pii
of from $?3 to f 100. A chanes is offered, where,
by an Agent csn make from 1 10 to 133 per week
07 For further psrticulsrs, add ret a (doiI
paid) W. A. LEABBT.
. .. 158 North '
Philsiislphia, April 1, 1848 3m.
nllE HOTG 1IIT,
Ths following Hat shows ths etirmit vslos of all
'hnsyfeanls Hank NiHesv Tbs most implicit re
liance may ha plsoed upon It, as H is ever tveek
arefully enmpsrsd with and oorreclsd front Bb-k-nsll's
Report es ti i a : t' ., js.-j, t-
r tlanki In Philadelphia.
, N OTE 8 'AT PAR. '
Bsnk of Wmlh Amsrira S. i
Rsnk nf ths Northern ,Mrttes ,'
Onmmerriel Bank nf Penn's. ' ' - ;
Fsrwers' and Merhanira' Bank' ' .
Philsdelphis Bank . ' , I
Schirvlkill Bsnk .
Smithwsrk Bsnk .
Western Bsnk , ' ' .
Manufacture' rV Merhanira' Bunk
flank of Penn Township ,
Hirerd Bank .
Bunk rf Commerce, Isle Moysmrneing
Bank of Pennsylvania
Banli nf Chrster County Weatchrater
Hank of Delaware County Chrater
Bank of (iermnntown Germantown
Rntik of Monteomery Co. Norria'own
Dnytrslnwn Bank ' Dovleatown
Eas'on Tank Easlon
Partners Hank of Bucks rn Bristol
Bnnk of IVnrtliiiml'erhitids) Northumberland par
("oluml'ia Bank cV Ttridrje ro. 'Columbia par
Farmers' bunk of Lancaster Lancialei par
Lancaster County Bunk Lancaster par
Lanraa'er Bank Laneister pn
Fnrmera' Bank nf Pending Reading par
OfHre of Bank of Perm's.
N O T E 8
do Lancaater I officea
do Beading ( do not
do Eaatnn J issue n.
Rank of the United Statea
Miners' Bank of Pottaville
Bank of Lewistown
Bank of Middlotown
Do An branch of
Merchants' A Manuf. Bank
Bank of Pittsburg
VVeat Bianch B ink '
Boiks Cminly Hank Reading failed
OIHre of Bank of U. 8. Pittsburg failed
Do do do Erie do
Do do do New Brighton do
Brink of Chamhersburg Chamberaburg 1
Bank of Gettysburg Grttyahurg 1
Bank of Susquehanna Co. Montrose 2 1
Erie Bai.k Erio 35
Faimers' & Drovers' Bsnk Wayneaburg 2
Prnnklin Bank Washington lj
Honesd.de Bnk Honrtdule ij
Miinonrjihrla Bank of B. Browns i lie 1
Yoik Hank Y6rk 1
N. B. Ihe notes of those banks on which we
imit quotations, and substitute a dali ( ) are not
purchased by the Phil.nlelphia brokers, wiih Ihe
exreplion of those which have a letter of referenco.
B I! O K C N B A .N K S.
Philadelphia Sav. Ins.
I'hilrolelpliia Loan Co.
S hin Ik ill Snv. i,.
Ki'nini;ii,li ISav. Ins. A
Penn Township 8 iv. Int.
Manual Labor Bank ( P. W
Alleghany Bank of Pa.
Bunk of Braver
Dank of Swatura
Bank of Wt hinyt in
Parmer' & Mcch'cs' Bank
Farmers' ft Mech'ce' Bank
Former?.' AV Mcch'cs' Bank
Harmony Institute ,
Northern Bank of Ps.
New Hope Del. Bridge Co.
Northumb'd Union Col. Bk.
North Western Bank of Pa.
Office of Schuylkill Bsnk
Ps. Agr. Si Manuf. Bank
Silver Lake Bank
Union Bank nf Pcnn'a.
i estmoreland Bank
Huntingdon no aate
Lewisiowo no sale
Wilkoharre Bridge Co. Wilkrsharre noaale
ff-j All notea puriorting to be on any Pennsyl
vania Bunk not given in the above list, may be aet
low ti at frauds.
Bank of ew Brunawick Brunswick
'lelvideie Bank Belvidrre
!iurlui!loii Co. Bank Medford
Joniinercial Bank Penh Anibny
Jumberluiid Bank Bridielon
?rmers' Bnnk Mount Holly
.7arm rt' mid Mechanica' Bk Railway
('inner' and Mechanica' Bk N. Biunawirk
Pannert' and Men hanit' Bk Middlotown Pt
Pruukliii liink of N.J. Jersey t-'ity
il ti"Ken iiKgcc uiazing l o Itoli iken
ler.. y City B ink Jersey City
II. -el. :u;H j- limit faltermui
Muiitif.n tun rt' Punk Belleville
'.orns County Bank Mornatown
Monin.'Uth Ilk of K. J. Freeh d.l
Mi I'buiiii ' Bank Mcw.irk
M. c.l.nte.,' end Manuf. Bk Trenton
Morns Canal and Bkg Co Jersey City
Nena'k Bkg ct Int to .Newark
Arw Hone Del Uridpn Co LatubeiUvilld
N. J. Munufuc. and Bkg Co Hoboken failed
N .1 Proiecton 4 Lombaid bk Jersey City tailed
Orange Dunk Orange j
Poterson Bank Pateraun failej
Peoplea' Bank do j
Princeton Bank Princeton par
Snlein Banking Co Salem par
Stale Bank Newark I
State Bank Elrtsbelhtown i
State Bank Camden par
Slate Bank of Morris Morristown
8lls Bank Trenton failed
Salens and Philsd Msnuf Co Salem failed
Susari Bank Newton 1
Trenton Banking Co Trentou par
Union Bank Dover j
Wathiugton Banking Co. Hackenssck failed
Bk of Wilm & Braudy wins Wilmington
Bank of Delaware Wilmington
Bank of Smyrna Smyrna
Do brsuch Milford
Fsrmers' Bk of Stsis of Del Dover
Do branch Wilmington
Do branch Georgetown
Do branch Newcastle
Union Btnk Wilmington
(r Under 5's
aj' On sll banks marked thus () there srs ei.
Iher counterleit or sltered notes of ihe various dt
nomiiiationi. in rireulatinn.
Peace with JUcjcico !
C2 "07 S3 5X2 2 "CP taa
BNFORVJ8 ihe puhhe that in order lo biing
bout s peace with Mexico, be manuficlurea nil
kinds of Rifles, Double suit Single Barrelled Shot
Guns, -snd Double Barrelled ReVulviug Rifles, si
his msnufacloiy at ILillowinc Hun, Lower Au
gusts township, Norlhuml-erltnd county, all of
which he will wurrant for six months. Thote
who want a fiist rale article ia bit lias, rsn bs ac
commodated ai lbs shortest notice snd on ths mist
reaaoiiabls terms. Lovers nf sport, givs bin) a call.
Lower Augusta, Jan. 8, 1848 6in.
SoilTsl FOCBTH StBUT, AbOVI CuaWTtrVT.
Jan. Stth, U48
Dionoorr & co-
No. 60 Market Street, live doors below
Third. 8otith aide,
Imporierti t.Wlilmto Dealen In
VltrATCHE, Wtteh GIs set and Maierrsls.
nf Jswslry W sll descriptions qualities and
style,', torapiiaiag alL ths artiales eonnfcts.l
with ths Trad. , , . , .
Clorks.- ' ! , 1 0 - . . ,iU " i -Dixson
o Bon's Bfbanttis, Grrma.i Silver and 8il
ver-PUted Wires. -. .-. - i
Shelflsvd and Birmingham Plated Fkncy Articles.
Rodger tt 8on's and W..tt. nholm't (Cillery, Rs-
aoss. Je ssoTS, Eraseis, lesk Knlsee, eke.
tory Hindted Table Cutlery, of ths fim-sl, msdium
and common- qntlitiet.
A large saortmsnl of Gold Pans.
Perifocal 8peetrlea. '
Pspier Macbs snd J 'panned Trays, various shapes
and qnlitiea. at reilueed rales
Gold Watch Cases, Diuls and Silver. Ware, of all
descriptions, manufactured to order.
DICKSON & CO., havina recently removed
into the large and commodious warehouse formerly
occupied by Messrs. R. A'HiirnsT ck Sons, and
more recently by Aenni-ns-r Rxsii kotow, bee
leave to triform Watch Dealer", Country Merrhan'a
and others, that they design Imving at sll timet s
large s-sorlmrnt of Good, of their own importa
tion, which they srs determined to fell st Ihe lowest
Cj Every attention will lie paid to the Packing,
of tioods, ami in the execution of Orders, Ihe qu ili
lies snd prices will be fully guarantied eg duet all
Philadelphia, June I0;h, 1 847. ty
MX YEA IIS AsO
THE ehildri-n began to cy for Sherman'a l.n
xenges. The noise was not so loud tt that
time, but it has kept incres-ing ever -jure, snd n..w
haa hfcime an great thai the mouths of tbs little
ones csn scirce be stopped. Dr. Sherman sympa
Ihiaes with the little sufferers, snd viry much re
a re's thst any of them shnold bs disappointed
Knowing the vast benefit which has been confer
red upon the community by the int: oduction of
ha haa entered into arrangements for enlarging his
Manufactory, by means of which he thinks he will
he able to supply the demand. And the same pains
and care will be taken, that these celebrated Lo
xenges be made as they hva slwsys been, in or
der thst those who depend upon them, may not be
disappointed in their hopes. He knew when he
commenced the manufacture nf the Worm Lnzen
ires, that th-y would supersede the use of every
other vermifuge, at ihe Lmenge is rery pleasant
In the taste, speedy in its effects, aa well as certain,
and ths qu uititv lequired lo effect perfect aire.
is verv im ill. Theae properties in connexion with
the f rt that they are sold for 2.1 cents per box. thus
pi icing them in the reach nf the poorest man in
the land, has not only cauaed them to take the
place nf every other vermifuge ever offered, but al
so rrmlered them popular to the community.
continue lo cure Cougha, V Ida, tonsumpl'on,
Aalhina, khorlnefa and dillieulty of Breathim. and
other ilisea ca of Ihe Lungs, with the same ficility
they did on their first introduce .n. and ihe ptopb
Inive now become persuaded by artuil opulence,
t!.,it on the arrrsi-ion of a -light cold, they hive
nn'y to tt p :o either the DiV nffi.-e, or one of the
Ajni'K, ntij obtain a box of bis Clinch L aet-.g.-a,
wh'ch me eiv onvetiient to carry in II c pivket.
and to take a few llimuuh ill d .y. By pursuing
this course a cure it "fun c Heeled in 24 bonis, and
ihe patient about hit busin sa. S preul is Ihe ce
lebrity of the Li xenges, that thousands of p. rsins
who have used them, and become srqu lin ed widi
their iff cts, will never be without them,
POOR MAN'S PLA8TJ3H
has rurd more ruses of Rheumatism, Ps) i in the
Back, Side snd Chest, Lum'itn and Wiaknen,
than any application that haa ever bee t made. Aa
the celebrity of Ihe Platter has Increased, hundreds
of unprincipled rsrsls have attempted to counter
feit it, and pilro it off upon the community as the
genuine. rjJ" Beware of Deception. 2 Remem
ber that ths true and genuine Ptstlrr it spread up
on reddish paper mads expressly for the purpose,
snd in every esse tha aignsture of Dr. Shuiman i
print, d upon the back of ths Plaster, and ths whole
secured by Copy Right. None others are genuine.
Therefore when you want a real good Bherman's
Poor Msn's Plaster, call at lha office, 108 Nassau
street, and you will not he disappointed,
Remember the number, 106 Ns-sau tt., wheis
all I)'. Sherman's Lounges are sold. His Agents
are Mrs. Hays, 139 Fult m street, Brooklvn ;
Hinrson, William-burs; and Redding cV Co.,
Boaton, and JOHN YOUNG, Sunburv.
M. A MrCAY, Northumberland.
September llth, 1847. lv.
Improved Hydraulic Pumps,
For WelU, Rtlling Mills, Furnaces, or other
THE tuhsrrhrr respectfully announce! t jhe
public lhat he is now prepared lo supply or
ders lo any extent fir hit Patonl Double aciino
rucii.in ami Fotce Pumps. These pumps are
m ide ofra-t iion. nnJ the w iter ia tucked or fur
red through lead pi Per simplicity of construc
tion and dumhility nf anion, they are vtully supe
rior to any now in ue. They h ivo inary sdv m
t i ;et over the c. minion pum;i, a mong whii h ate
the f dl.miug t
'I'hey aie s i consiruetcd th.it niiarliirvous per
sona cinnol spoil their anion hv io'rodnruig nails
or spikea r any otlu r tuh-i m e- um nig the talvea,
a is often done with other pumps thereby render
ing them ut.-lest till overhaul, d. Thry tie war
ran'rd to I e petferllv a-cure Ironi frost. Phey ate
ao airnnged aa to afford ample pr tec ion sguinst
Fire about Ihe premiaet on whieh ihey are ended,
by (imply attaching a piece of ho-e, thio' whieh
tlipy will fores water to any purl of, or over, a
three atory borne. . They are particulaily adnpted
lor very deep well, aa Ihe leverage can be so re
gulated thai a child of six years old run with the
greatest ease draw water ith them from Ihe dre
pest wills. The objection si jn'ly urged by ma
ny, that w iter ia spoiled by sl.iuding in pump logs,
is entirely obviated in this pump, snd fra.h water
can alwsys bs as surely obtained aa when drawn
with a buckst. In situstions where it is nteetss
ry lo raise or force larte qosnti'iee of water lo great
distance for supplying boilers in mills, furnaces,
dec these pumps sra invaluable, aa thry can be
made of any a xe, and capable of throwing from
16 lo 10(10 gallons per minute.
And lo crown all, they can bo sulJ as cheap aa
Ths subscriber bss spent lbs Isst yssr in sip
limrnting upon snd perfecting his pumps, and now
brings ibem before tnepuhl e with the fullest con
fidence that thry will be found to answer bis de
scription. He tskrs pleau e in referring lo the
following companies snd individual!, upon whoae
prrraUe bit pumps have been erected, snd who
have expns-cd their aatitfieiion iu lbs highest
l bs Montour Iron Company. Danville, H. Bre
voort, sgent ; the Bloomt'mrg Railroad Iron Com
pany. Bloomtburg. Col. Paxtoo. agent ; ths Rugh
and Ready Iron Workt. Danville, Hancock, Foley
cV Co., prnrrietors ths town Council of Berwick
Himon p, Ksse, Esq., and John L. Watson, Esq.,
lie could refot to ra iny rthert, who have tetted
their qualilirs. but ths shove lespectsbla Arm snd
individuals ars deemed tufhcionl.
Xj- An asantiinent of LEAD PIPE8 conatanl
ly on hand, which Will be sold on Ihe most issaoQ.
aids terms. All orders sddistard to lha aubtcriber,
at Moore Si Bnldle'a Foundiy buildinga, or Mon
lour Houso, Dauvills will meet with prompt at
tention. HOMEK PAR. MELEE.
Jan. t. 1848. tf.
THE beirsof John Yorum, dee'd., t ffer for sale
all lhat Farm of theirs titusle in Bbamukin
township, Noribumberland county, near Snuff,
town, and adjoining ths old Stambaeh stsnd in
said lowaahip, eonuining about two hundred acres
more or lass, ia a good stats of cultivation. Tha
Bail Ross) frsm Buabery to Bbamokintowsi patera
brMs) it for parlieuUrs enquirs t)f
HUOri H. TB ATM. ..esTlowti,
or JOHN PARN8W0RTH, Sunbory,
Dee. II, IMT. at aay af Ike bairs.
The Grand P urativc
roa the ctras or
Hrsdsrhe, Giridinesa, . . Measles, 8th Rhsum,
Rheomstlsm. Piles, Heart Born. Worms,
Pyapep Is, Scuivy, Cholera M rrsas,
MmmM Pox. Jaondlea. . 1. n..v. n.i... -' I
Pains in the Bark, , e , , Wbrnving Gsosb,
Inward Weakness, (lonanmnilnn. Pita.
THtpltsllon of tha Hesrl, I.iver Complaint, ,
Rising in trie Throat, - Rrisipelss. Deafneas,
Dropsy, Asthma, Itching of ihe Skin,
Fevers of sll kinds, f Colds, Oout, Gravel,
Femsle Comptslnls, 1 i Nervous Complaint',
aso a tsatsTT as OTaxa mataaxs satsiaa
- raois latroaiTtss or raa atoon, sun oa.
STSCCTlOSS IS TSS 0K0SKS OS DI.
. " i' sraTtos.
Elperienre has proved 'thst nearly every Dia
esss originates from Impurities of the Blood or de
rangement of the Digeativr Organa j and lo aecura
Health, we nittat remove those oh-tructions or re
store the Blood lo its natural ttatr.
The aversion o taling medicine la most rnV'-
tually removed by Click", s Vr.nrTaats Tua
a stive Ptt.ts, being enmplttiltf tntvtnped wiih a
roaltni; of pure white Sugar, (whi' h ia aa diil ict
from the internal ingredients sa a nut ahell fiom
the kernel) Attn have no tasts or Mrnicins,
But are as ensdy swnlloncil at bit of cai.dy
Moreover thev neither namrntr. or erineln Pre
alighrrtt dejree, but operato equally on all the d s
eased parts of the ava'ein, inste .d of confining
Ihinretves lo. and rarking any par'icul ir rec n,
Thus, if II e Liver tic affected, one intsredient '- ill
opt rnle on th it particular organ, ai d, by clran-irg
il of an Exceee of Bile restore it to its n'i:r il
state. Another will operste on the B ond, and
remove all Impurities in its circulation; while s
third will effectually expel whatever impurities
may have been diacharged into the stomach, and
hence Ihey rrsisi at ths hoot or disx-x, re
move sll Impurs Humors from the bodyt op n
the pores externally and internally ( aeparato all
fore gn and obi oxious particles from the chyle, so
that the blood may he ihorough'y pore thua secu
ring a free and healthy action to the Heart. Lungs
and Liver; and thereby they asrroaa as htm b-
Tbe entire lrnh of the above can be ascertained
by the trial of a single box J and their virtues ars
so positive snd certain in res'or ng Health, that
Ihe prnpiietor binds himself to return the money
paid for them in all caaea where they do nut give
universal ailia action.
Retail Price, 35 els. per Box.
, Principal office No. 66. Vrsey al., N. Yo k.
Sold by JOHN YOUNG. Sunbury,
M. A. McCAY, Noithumtierland.
fXj" Remember Dr. C. V. Cliekener ia the in
ven'or of the Sugar Coaled Pi.la, and that nothing
nf the a waa ever beard of until he introduced
them in June, IR13. Purchnseis should, therefore,
slwsyt ttk for Cliekener' Nugnr Coated Pills, and
Inke no others, or they will be mode Ihe victims of
s fraud. Sept. 18th, 1817. ly eow
cou6H ! ilia
Lrn auk 15 iiAV.
cr.n, thk wottR or ths.
tiKsTiiorxn n4 nir.x niot-v,
THS Cnrott or CONSt'MI'TlOX HATII
IV IT A toc.vn or lit A 111.
BE YOU A MOITIERt Your darling ehild.
vour idol and r.rrthly Liv, i now per'., ips
coiirined to lier tlnmhcr by a dangerous cold In r
pale cheeks, her thin shrunk' n fingers, lelt ihe
h d I di e.ise baa already gained upon hi" the
sound nf tier aepitli hrat cough piett-es yoiir tout,
YOUNG VI AN, when just about to enter life,
disease sheds s hesrl crushing blight over the l iir
prospects of the futu e your hectic cough and 1- 0
tile It rubs tell of your loss and hpr, hut you need
not despair. There is s balm which will bcal tho
wounded lung, il is
Mrs. ATTKEE, the wife of Wm. H. Altree,
Esq. was given np by Dr. Bewail of Washington,
Dis. Roe snd McClellsn of Philadelphia, Dr. Roe
and Dr. Molt of New York. Her friends sll
thought she mast die. She had every appearance
of being in consumption, snd wss so pronounced
by her physicians Sbermsn's Bslsam was given
snd it cured her.
Mr. GARRABRANTZ, nf Bull's Feiry, wss
alsrt eared of consumption by thia Balsam whrn
sll other remedies faded to give relief ahe was re
duced lo a skeleton. Dr. A. C. Castle, Dentist.
2rtt Broadway, hts witnessed its effects in several
ca-ea where no other medicine affoided relief hut
tha Balsam oierated like a charm. Dr. G. also
witnessed ita wonderful effects in curing Asthma,
which il never fails of doing. Spitting Bhio I, alar
ming aa it may be, iaeffrclually cured by this Bal
sam. It beala the ruptured or wounded blood
veatels, and makes the hinge sound agsin.
Kev. HENRV JONES, 108 Eichth avenue,
w.i cuird of cough anil catarrhal a IT rtiona t 50
years amting. The first dose gave him m ire re
lief than all the nlhet medicine he had ever taken.
Dr. L. J. B -als, 19 De'anry street, gave it to a
i-ter-in-law who w laboring under coii-umption,
and to another sorely affl ct"d with Iho Aithma.
In both rate Hi effects were immediaie, toon re
storing Ibr m to roirif.riHbtr hratth.
Mrs. LUCRE IT WELLS. 93 Chri-tie aneel.
-utr-red fiom Aaihrna 4? years. Sliomi m's l!a'
aam relieved her at oner, und she ia compurarwly
will, being eiinliled lo subdue every ottaek try a
timely use of this medicine. This indeed ia the
orem remedy f. ,r C. us' a. Colds, Spitting Blood.
Liver (.'omplainis, and all t' e til rtinns ,.f the
throat, at-d even Alhoa und Coioump ion.
Price 25 rents nod ft per lo...
Dr. Khrrntati's I'ougli and Woini Lozenges, and
Poor Mun' Plntter sold .is above.
Dr. Sherman's nffirp i- al 1(18 N.issau si N. Y.
Agent, JOHN YOUNG. Hunhurv.
M A.MeC-Y, Norlbumbrihnd
September llth, 1847. ly
Ycg;clable Universal PitU,
The only known Medicine that at the tame time
purge purifit arts' strengthens the system.
Los dos, July 7, 1646.
DR. LE ROY'S Pills are a new medicine
which has juat appealed, and is fist taking
lbs places of sll others of the sarr.e class. These
pills are composed of many ingredient, but the
two principal ones are Sarsapsrilla snd Wild Cher
ry, M united lhat Ihey act together ths one,
through its admixture with other sub-tatcts, pu
rifying sod purging, while the other is sirenvthen
ing Ihe system. Thus those pills sre si Ihe um'
time tunic snd opening; s desideratum long and
eagerly aought for by meJical men, bul never be
fore discovered. In other words ihey do Ihe work
of two medicine, and do il much better than any
two we know of; for Ibey remove nothing fr 'in
the system but the impurities; so that while ibey
purge ihey strengthen ; and hence they cause no
debilitation, and are followed by no re-action. Dr.
Le Roy's pilla have a wonderful influence on Ihe
blood ! they not only purify without weakening it,
but ihey remove all u xious panicles from ths chyle
be foie it i converted into fluid, snd thus make im
pure blood an utter impoa-ibility. As there is no
debilitation, so Ihe is is no nausea or aicknota at
tending Ihe operations of this most excellent of me
dicines, which never strains or tortures the diges
tive (unctions, but esues then) lo work in s per
fectly natural manner t and hence peitoni taking
them do not become pals snd emaciated, but the
contrary for while il ia Iho properly of tha Marts
perils, united aa il ia with other ingredients, I"
remove all that is foreign and impure, il is equally
Ihe property of the Wild Cherry lo retain all thai
is natural snd sound; snd hence s robust stite nf
heal i h is the certain rssult of their united opera
lions. (Jj" Price SA cenla per BOX,
A genu for Le Roy's Pills,
J. W. FRILING, ,
JOHN YOUX'U. 58uDbu7
M. A. McCAY, Nortbumberl'd.
August 1 1 si, 147. ly
ALL person indebted to (ba subscriber, by
Beta er Wk asceenr, sre hereby aotited to
tall bus) sett) tbs aass wilaeot stela, ia order
te ears casta. IRA T. CLEMENT.
Suabnry, April S3, 1M- .
QP k S3T k CSi IS .dtta
TIHIS Midictna is warranted, on oath, not to
contain a panicle of Cab mel, CornaiiveBuh.
limste, Arsenic, Chh ride of Gold, or any deb te
' The principle upon which this Medicine act. i
bv assisting and harmonising with nature; h
drive out sll foul acrimonious humor from Ihe
blood snd . body, and by sstimilaiing with snd
strengthening the gastric juice nf the stomach, it
assists diges'lon t in short there I not s vein, arte
ry, muscle or nerve in Ihe human body, that is
not strengihened by th PANACEA, snd it also
possesses the remarkable property of rsmoving
mercury from the hones and joints.
FOR ERUPTIONS OP THE SKIN,
Rcurvv. 8corhuiic Affections, Tumors, Hrrofuta or
Kinga' Evl , White Swelling", Erv-ipelis, Ulcers,
Csnrers, Running Bores, 8cahs and Ili'es lime
and a determined psrteveranre in D . SWEET
SER'S PANACEA, will effect s cure.
Rejection nf food, Ntuea, Vrmiliiic. Nervous af
tt rtiona, 1'iilliou- complaints. Mend a-l e. Pa'en sa,
or Femsle Irregularities, Dr. SWEETSEH'S PA
NACEA will anon effect a cure ; but if nhiiirato,
or attended with griping, flving pains, the dose
should be incrrased, and the cure will soon be i f
fceted. Let not the patient friffMen ihemaelves
wiih the idea tbnt th y are too we k to lke much
medt ine; lut hear in mind ihat thia mi'iHy operk
ting med cine put not Wraknr-a into Ihe frame, but
mit certainty ilmwa wenkni s out, In rvea atrengrh
in its pi ire, and by Riving composed sleep at nig I.
and an appetite to relish any f.iod, ro-anirnmea the
whole frame wi h vigorous action, clearing the
mind and improving Ihe sight.
8CROFULA AND GLANDULAR AFFEC
TIONS. Scrofula ia said In be heridilsry. the infant re
ceiving from its parents the seeds of this diseaa ,
which increaae with its yesrs, if neglected snd
not submitted to frequent purifiu lion with Dr.
8 WEETBF.R'8 PANACEA. The glands sre pla.
red in Ibe corner of the body, snd mil of the wsy
of direct communication I their real us is subject
on which much differ nee of opinion prevail ; it
sufliere os to know Ihnt when in s diseased siste,
Ihey sre capable of being pur fled and rleented by
a long course nf Dr. SWEETSER'S PANA-
CbA. which restores them In sound anil proper
sctton. 8crofub us person rsn never psv Ion much
attention In their blond, ita punfieatinn thou'd l
their first thought, for sflr r a long course of perse
verance, thry will ever cure heredil iry disease,
In rsse. of JAVKDICE. ASTHMA. LIVEN
COMPLAISTS, TIC DOLOKEVX RHEU
MAT1SM OR RHEUMATIC COOT, Dr.
SWEKTSER'S PANACEA cannot be loo high
ly extolled , it catches out tho very root of ihe
disease, and by r moving it from the Blond mtket
a cure certain and perm merit.
For disease of tho llladiler awl Kidneys, Str't
tares, Gravel. Stone, Piles, Fistula. Vi'mnri Ob
structions and Extreme Cmtivcness Dr. SWEET
SEH'S PANCBA ia the best remedy ever tr e.l ;
it removes all tho-n acrimonious hunio a from the
Blood whieh give risn to the alnrve d senses, and
by keeping the Id rod in a pure condition, injures
For DP.OPSY, F ALLING r r th k BOWEL.
Impur tics nf Hit liliiihi. Mercurial Ta'iit. Weok
nc.it oflie Srne I'luinof lil,m:l lotlie llcml G'd
d ues', Si-'ulng and fivzzivz iVV iu ihe lie d
and Ji,ir,'D'.'e-WEE T8Eli'S PX.WCEA will
gie rrrl iiti rel.rf; in nil si ve e und chron-r rases,
the fiatients r innot be io ufi. n fin ruled lhat lar
qrr dusrs and pers.vfrance "ill i If rt a en e.
I Ch'llsand Fcvfs U linus Fivers, Afecfinns
if the Flics r.nd Ears, Spifigi and lltici.ng
Gums Brimch tis and recent Coughs und Cnlds,
Dr. SWEETKEK'a PANACEA' w.ll I,, f.und
perfectly sure and certain in iis effect'.
GRAVEL AND URINARY COMPLAINTS
Those complaints are generally at'ended wi h
tho moat f-tal eonsiqucncea, snd are seldom or nr.
vet cured by Ihe prea -nt mode of treatuieni ; thry
usually accompsny the patient t the grave, aftrr
suffering the moat excruciating lain nd torture.
The cause of ibese complain'a are the saate as sll
others, ihe dross of ihe blood beosmr enefiitied on
Ihe finest narrow passages, whence ar s morbid
aerietions snd stoppages of urine. You will find
the most powerful diuretics of no use.as thry only
increaae the quantily of urine snd do not purify
snd strengthen th- parts. Bv purifying the blond
Willi Dr. SWEETrSER'8 PAN ACEA. nu re
move Ihe cause nf the disc ise.ronsequently it can
not exist any longer, after sufficient persev er.-im e
in iis use bss deprived lha Id -od snd body of sll
acrimonious h amort snd incrustation.
DISEASES or tbe LUNGS-CONSUMPTION.
This is s tery prevalent and fatol di-a-e ; it re
tul so.o-tly from neglected roughs, colds slid bron
chitis, also from imoioper treatment in many of er
ca-es, such aa inmate, f. vers i rlmnojii n and
ma 1 ' pox. and a h -l ol other I adlv treated disrssea;
where Ihe cause, instead of having lieen thoroughly
removed from the bloml and body, have only In en
palliated or removed from one put to hrek out in
another. Bv divetring your hodies of all foul hu
mor, through the medium of Dr. JSWEET.-ER'S
PAN ACE A. the cure is al onre rendered Certain
and lernianent. !! collect, whihr there ia nrrim"
nioua humoia 11 n'ing in the riiru'aiion, it i- a- apt
lo rcttlu on the longs a- any nf er pirt ol Ihe liody ,
this ia Ihe reason tint consumption is to prevalen';
BILES, SORES AND ULCERS,
Whieh 'U set o i the rx erier. come Irnrn and
have their lourec in, the interior, and might just
well have retried un youi lungs, liver, or any other
put; whieh vte know Ihey frequently do, and pro
iluco uioit violent inflimmaioiy disoidera. 'I he
humor which occasiona these eons is of a highly
acrimoni 'in burning nature. We know it from
the pain it ges in tur ning, and nfti rvsanla in ra
pidly u rera ring and coir d ng the flesh ami skio
of Ihe pait where it bnak out. '1 h thowt Ihe
nccet-uly nf frequently purifying Ihe blood Willi Dr,
8WEETSEK'S PANACEA, and keeping such
msligiisnt humors in tunj. ction. Should you have
a bile or ulcer, be th inkful lhat nature hat taken
trouble lo warn you of the danget your life and ho
dy is in, fur il is a wsming that bitwd it foul.
Had ibis same acrimony arlre'sd ihs lungs in-trad
bf the surface of your body lor Ms seal, consump
tion of ihs lungs wookl bsve been ins'consequenee.
Dilsy not than, lo Jiuiify and cleanse with Dr.
Spinal affections, nlargement of the bonea and
joint, white awellincs. trip joint complaint, roo
mies, fslbng of the bowels and worn rfises-e, will
find s speedy nure in Dr. SlVEETsEK'S PA
NACEA. Where the di trass bss been of lng
standing, the lime required lo make a cure will h
longer ; but the patient may real assured Ihst s
determined perseverance will effect it
BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA Attn DISEASE OF
These disease proceed from Ihe seriosily or
corrupt liumor of the Wood, having sell led itself en
ihe throat and lungs, snd stopped them up, so thst
they cannot draw aufficirnt sir in for respiration.
Dr. 8WBE TSER'S PANACEA will give imme.
bale, relief, and to nieks Ihe cure period and cer
ium, it should be continued ouis litus att.r, to
free Ihe tyalem of all baa humors.
RHEUMATISM, RHEUM TI0 GOUT AND
Find s safe snd speedy cure in Dr. SWEET
SEH'S PA XACEA. Il cures l y teaching every
blind vea-el and srlery, and driving out all impu
rities and foul humors accutnu'su d therein, which
s lha rsuae of rh umatisui, g ui snd swellings of
lbs joints. The deleleious efl'.u te of calomel and
olhri minsrsl poisons, readily yield lo its sovrreign
influence ; indeed, when its val iable properties be
come fully known, ths use of sll miner I p.iiaon will
hreooaigned lo'the tomb ol all the Capillars,' and
only be thought of aa a by-gone custrn; of (lie dar
ker ages. Dr. Swes-i-sr's Panacea is also sure
cur for dyspeptls, piles, cosiiveuess, vertigo, bead
sobs, pain ia lb breast and User complaint.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Fsvsr isslways eauasd bf a aVserJerly
aseru f lbs) bleed, struggling lafi it. If of torn,
thing that uembrs il la fact, J kia4 fb.
vr i BotbiBg asora tbaa a suaggia btwM lb
hi aad snipt hsxMrs, atwi a aa tb
rnpt humors srl rifiel d, you hsts no asora saver.
wnen a patient Wrth Favsr tUhmtts ta b Med, er
have his blo.'d tHitsonsal with mercury, It wkM
hia frame 10 each a degl that If be survive h
prnre, it always lea him subject lo distressing
ciillls, wheft I time net of to h resort ta agM
pills, powilera, or i.aJile ml slums, this Is gtalng rroai
bad lo worse, as these fegetshts pills, aarwoV, kJt
srs nothing but mercury mil qu'nin inisgale,
which msy for a llltls driv the disease so fsr int
m n ,0 PhP'i'r, but very soon H
will bresk out sgsin with fearful violoc. T ar
go and fever, itt rsose of th diseas must b rat
moved out nf th blood and body, which can b ef
fectually done by using Dr. SWEET8ER'8 PAi
NACEA, which purifies, cteahsa and strengthens,
ft contains nothing thst csn pos-iVly injure, and it
uss is slwsys a safeguard against chills sod fsvsta,
tn att CassS or Pilxs, Dr. SWEETSER'8
PANACEA will effect a very speedy cur. It re
moves from ihe blood, stomach and bnwsls, all
thoae foul acrid horning humors, which Sre Ih
cause of Piles snd Coativenra-, snd by strengthen
ing ths iligrsrive organs, improves every psrtof th
i nine body. -
FLATULENCY AND WIND.
The-e dise.se a-e ciu-ed by the stnmsch anj
bowels being choked up with viscid slimy matter,
riieair whieh enters ihem eannnta-cspe until forced
by some contraction of lb s omsch to expel it;
neece me cause ol pain. A tew dote of Dr.
SWEBTSER'S PANACEA will convince the
suffner that relief is sitained
GREAT MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN;
Parent will find the PANACEA s vsluablo
medicine fir Iheir children, keeping their bodiea In
s hi abby condition, thereby assisting; their g owihj
rhildten or grown etaona, after taking it. are not
lial le to he ailacked with ah epidemic ss before, s4
H always leave the blooil In a pore tondillon, and
th mire system in s strengthened stsle ; it drives
out a'l kind of weakness from ths body snd leave
all bral by within.
Will find Dr. 8 WE TrlER'S PANACEA medi.
c ne purely adapted to their us. Most ladis d.
ring th period of pregnsncy are afBkted with pile.
Dr. Sweeisrr's Psnaeea, by regulating the howcts,
will entirely obviate this, and ita purifying proper,
ties on lha Mood and fluid, insures to them best
thy off-pring. No one wbo is a mother should b
without it, snd those who are nursing will find it
of great brnefit lo the health of iheir infants.
Foi hsrtenne snd all diseases of the womb, it
is without a rival in theenlire hiatniy and catalogue
of medicines; by il extrsordinsry strengthening
power, it stimulates snd strengthens Ihe womb, a
weskneas of which is the caui-e of failure lo bsv
Under this head msy be classed Palpitation of
(he Heart, Tic Dolnreaux or Faeeache. Neuraleia.
Indrge ion.Toothsche, Melancholj , Hyslerica.anil
in fact, every disease caused by ih aharp, biting,
acrimonious humors irritating the nerves j the
nerves receive the morbid impiessinn from Ihe sto
mach, or rather from the blood through Ibe agency
of the stomach and dige tive organa, and although
other parts of the body ore apparently tho teat of
ihe disease, still it is caused by ihe morbid impres
si in conveyed from I'e blood bv the nerves, to lhat
part. A f.-w doses of Dr. SWEETSEH'S PA
NACE will anon assure the patient that he has
the cure in his pcwfcioti,
ERYSIPEL,nn SC. ANTHONY'S 1TRE.
This is mi inflammatory di-o der, alw ysat eorl
rd witii to re nr less pain. It proceeds from ths
foul, neriinoiiroria humors lodged in the blood and
flu d-. settling mi the I m ' a snd face, causing ex
treme p iin and fevers; all a pin atinns on the tor
fai e are worse than useless, tt Ihey on'y Lnd to
throw t .e disea-o io some other part, ami perhaps
fuiise de.lh. Bleeding is likewise improper. To
eute the di-ease you niu-l gel rid of ihe cause ; on
ly manage to get ihe foul humors out nf y .or blood,
and you will be well in a day. Dr. MWEBT'.
!EIPS PANACE A, a tliorouuh purifier of the
blool, will ses'cli out iveiy impurity in Ihe more
remote p.rts of ihe body ami expr-1 i( through th
medium of the boo el. Theie ia not a vein, aria
ry, mucin or organ of the entire framework of
man, lhat Dr. Swcetter' Panacea doe not iss
prove. Po take it when you sre well Is to keep
wed ; snd when sick to become wall.
DR. SWEETSER S PANACEA, bein.eon.
posed only nl a vegetable mailer, or medical nerba,
and wairanled. on oath, as conttining not on psr
tide nf mercurial, mineral, or chimical aubslsacss,
s found to be rfeclly harmless to lbs most tender
sge, or ihe wetkest frame, under any slags of hu
man suffering ; the most pleasant and benign in it
ner.itio.i thst waa ever offered tn the world; end
al Ihe same time ihe moat certain in searching out
he root of any complaint, however drop, and of
perf.irm ng a c ire. .
Price $1 per bnttlr, or six bottles fir $3. For
sale, wholesale and retail, at tha corner of
CH ARLES and PRATT Streets. Btliimor. od
alto by GEORGE BRIGHT,
Nov. 6 147. .y Sunbury.
ITS YollKS I'llAlSi; IT!
Burns, Scalds, and all kindg of Inflamed
P10USEY'8 UNIVERSAL OINTMENT, is
JL the inostcoiiiple'e Bum Antidoteever known.
It instantly, (and st if by Magic) stops pains of the
mo-t desperate Burns and ScalJs. For olJ Sores,
Bru aes, Cut", Sprains, cVc, on man or hessl.it is
ihe heal application that can be made. Thousands
have tried and thousands prii-ie it. It is Ihe moat
pi if. el matter of pain ever discovered. All wbo
use recommend it. Every family thould be provi
de.l with il. None can tell how soon some of the
f.irnily msy need it.
Cj" Observe e.n h box of the genuire Ointment
ha. ths name nt S. Toi-ssi written on the outsid
label. To imitate this ia forgery.
Boitnieu. Liverv Men. Fannera, and all whout
Horses, will find ihia Ointment ihe very best thing
Ih. y csn use for Collsr Gills. Scralehea, Kicks, cVc.
Sec, on their snimnl. Surely every merciful man
would keep hi' animal ss frrs from psin as possi
bh Tuuary't Universal Ointment it all that is rs
quired. Try ir.
BI PES OF INSECTS. Tor th sting or bit
of poioo -us loserit, 'I'outey't Ointrrent is unri
vailed. Hundred have Irieil il and found it good.
PILES CURED I For the Pile. Tousey'e U
nivsrsal Oin'meot is on of tb best Remedies that
can bs applied. All wbo have tried it lot th Fii
OLD BORES CURE& for aid eWiaat
Sons, there i nothing equal to Tooawy's Oial
ment. A person in Msntius hsd, tor a numhar f
yssrs, a sore leg ihst bsflleJ th skill of lb doctss.
Tousey' Ointment wt recommrndsil by M of
iha vi.iting physicians, fwho know it greet virtue,)
snd two tmxes produced more benefit thin ih (
lient hid received from any snd all piavious isv
die. Lai ill try it.
. BURNS AND SCALDS CURED. Thoaaand
of cases of Burn and Hcalda, ia sll parts of th
country, have been cur. i by Tousey' Univeitaf
Oinlinent. Certificatea enough could be bad to fill
the whole of ibis sheet,
VIOLENT BRUISES CURED. TestisMaf
'Is on testimonisls, in favor of Toussy's Ointment
for ruling Bruises, hsve been offered ihs proprie
tors. Hundred in Syracuse will certify to its great
merits in relieving th psin of th moat sever Bruit
All person should try II.
SCALD HEAD CURED. B tret of cases of
Set Id Head have been cureJ by Toutey's Oint
ment. 'Frv it it seldom fat's.
SALT RHEUM CURED. Ofstl lbs remedies
ever discovered fur this most disagreesl ls complsint.
Tnusry' Universal Ointment ia ths most complete.
Il never was kn wn ! fail.
CHAPPED HANDS CAN BE CURED.
Touy's I niveraal Ointment will always cur th
wor-t csm s of Chapped Hands Scores of persons
will ttd Ibis.
SORE LIPS CURED. For lb cur of Soia
Lips. Ihers ws never snytbing made equal to Toa-,
try's Ointineiii. It is sure to cuts ihem. Try it, ,
It is a acientilio compound, wai ranted not to con
tain say pisparstion of Mercury, Priea tf
oi'nis per box. For further paniculara eoncarniaa;
Ihia really valo .bis Ointment, tb public , iefet
red lo Pamphlets, to b hsd grslis, of sssptetabl
D'Uggiais snd MsrchsnU lUrougbout tbs UaitsaT
Psrpared by ELLIOT V TOUSEY, IWagglsas,
JOHN YOUNG, atsjsibsjty U i
M. A. MsCAY, Nnbajbiasjfci
rl. llth, HIT ly sw