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SUNBUKY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOUltNAL.
' VALUABLE FARM
-.. . For Sale.
'W THURSDAY, the lOih of AUGUST
' QD nctt, ii a o'clock. P. M. will bo rxpoeej to
' fMk sale, at Ibo Coail House In Ibe borough of
rMntnr-e, valuable farm, loctioj upon Ida
bonk of too Seeqoebenna river, (ha North Branch
' Canal, the poblk rood from Northumberland to
' Wirieeharre, an-l within four toilet of the flourieh
- tag town of Danville, in Point Township, Nor
' Ibiraiberland County , In oil abnul 430 acres, more
' or lew of which there ere about tOO or SfS9 arm
' rfivasW lend, end tte rest wrR timbered Tho
' groator part la Aral rata bottom land. The ad ran.
1 tagea are superior to thoae of most farma the soil
boing well adapted to either (rain or grass, and Is
lee welt watered, having two atreama of water
running through h. and a nnmbor of rieellent
, prit apon it. It ia in a rood state of etilii
' lion and under pretty rood fence the improve.
" mania anon It consist of a lara two-story FRAME
'HOUSE, a large LOO BARN, a largo Frame
' Wagon Honaet also, a largo two story snd a ha'f
brick House. There V also upon thia trscl a good,
eicrd frame Hoaie, a good at able, and a 8iw Mil.
Any quantity losuit ibe purchasers, in pan or
whole, will be add, Possession can be obtained
nest epring. An Indlsputsble title will he given.
For further par iculara, enquire of the subset!! eis
reading upon the premises.
July , 1848. 4t
; EXECUTORS SALE.
George Reed's Estute,
WILL be exposed to public sale, on Friday
tho 18th day of September heit, on the
premiere, in Jackaon lownahip Northumberland
County, Ibe following valuable real estate, vitt
A tract of Land,
containing 88 acre, mora or 'lees, a-ljoinirs; lands
ff Michael Ferst, Peter Kiehl and John Kerfer,
lite ibe estate of Geo. Bred, Esq., dee'd, The im
prnvrmenta coniist of two Log Houses and a
good well at the door, a swisa barn, and also, a
8 aw Mill. Tbi-re ia alao on the premires. a good
orchard, containing different kinds of fruit.
AL80,at the same lime and place, a tract of
of woodland adjoining land of S.imuel Maliirlt.
F. Jones, dec, eonta'ning seventy-six, scire, and
running onto Jacob's Mountain, About thirty
acres of said land cin be cleareJ and cultiv.ile.l,
- and i well timbeied with excellent pine, chrnnut
die. The terms and conditions will be made In wn
on the day of sale by PETE II HEED, Ex'r
Jackaon lownahip, July 8, 1848 ts
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
FELLOW CITIZENS Encouraged by ma
ny of my friends throughout our county, I
offer myself to your consideration as a candidate
for the office of
REGISTER AND RECORDER,
at the next general Election. Should my fellow
citizen favor me with a majority of their votes,
I should spare no exertion to filfill the duties of
eaid office with fidelity and to the satisfaction
fall. MARTIN IRWIN.
Senbury, June 3, 184S.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUM BER
THE subscriber offers himself to the electors
of Northumberland County, as a candidate
or the office f
'Should he be favored with a majority of votes,
he will spare no exertions to rentier general
satisfaction. JOHN FARNSWOR TH.
June 17, 1848
To"tHE ELECTORS OF NORTHUM BER.
Ftcutow" Citizens' By the encouragement
of my friends. I am inrdured to offer myself as a
candidate for the office of
REGISTER, & RECORDER.
Should I be elected, I shall make eveiy effort
to render general satisfaction.
' FREDERICK II A AS.
Upper Augusta, June 21, 1818.
G. M. YORKS
RESPECTFULLY offer himself to the el.c
tore of Northumberland County as a candi
date f r the office of
And ill endeavor, if elected, to discharge the
duties of the said office faithfully and impartial
ly Sunbury, July 1, 1818.
Tnvur ri rrrnns rp vntiTiirTunrTr
AT tho earnest solicitation ol a large num
ber of bis friends the subscribe! hereby of
fers, himself as a candidate for
Register and Recorder Sec.
for NorthnmberJand Cou ty. He promises, if
eleeted, to discharge the duties uf the office, with
fidelity and promptness, and he trust, with entire
satisfaction to the community-
Sbamokin, July 1, 1848.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUMBER
AT the solicitation uf a number of my friends
I hereby offer myself as a candidate for
REGISTER & RECORDER A Nil
Clerk oft be Orphan' Court.
Having bad several years experience in the du- '
ties of the office in this county, I think I shsll be
able to discharge the duties thereof with entiie
satisfaction. JOHN P- PURSF.L.
Sunbury, June 17, 1848.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHUM BKIl
I RESPECTFULLY inform you at a citizen
of Northumberland county, that my friends
ia the four lower townships, made a solicita
tion, or call, these three years, to offer myself
to the eitixent of our county, at a candidate for
the office of
REGISTER AND RECORDER,
and! flatter myself capable of fulfilling the du.
,ties of amid office according to law. Aa I am
disabled to do any thing else but teaching school.
wub I followed seventeen years, and under
atand botn eliafaa and German, which ia ne
cessary, &e, ' . taOHNHENRY KREBS.
Upper Mahonoy, May 3. i8
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTHIIMB2S-
Fxllow Citixinb i Through the encourage
ment of my friends, offer myself as a rsudi.
date for tba office of
boa Id I be so fortunate as to receive the of
fice, I shall endeavor to give general satisfaction.
Sonbary, Jane 94, 1848
TO THE ELECTORS OF N-iRTHUMBER.
Fxllow Citixana Encouraged" by many
of tny friends, I herewith offer myself to your
consideration as candidate for the
OFFICE OF SHERIFF
t tba approaching elect;on- ShoulJ I be so
fortunate aa to receive a majority of your votes
I shall esdesvor to rerder general satisfaction.
HENRY J. READER,
Delawara Uaroahip. J 84. 1648.
TO THE ELECTORS OF NORTH0MBER
' LAND COUNTS. , ,
B7IELLOW CITIZENS : Encouraged by ana
ay ofaay frieadt, I retpectfulljr offer my
i aa a candidate for tba oAca of .
REGISTER AND RECORDER,
a (Mi ctork fth Orpb' carx,
a. .l. cUetioa. Should I be fa
roros) with a aaajority of your votee, I will tpaa
M exert tons to leaaer g aaorai s. "-
' " Pais wart lowtbip, May 1, l$t. : :
S hereby given load legatees, creditors, and
other nersons interested in the estate of John
ilkinson. dee'd. settled bv bis Adm'r Abraham
Shipman or John KetTer, dee'd, settled by his
Adm'r Samuel KeiTer.ofrhristopher Wood dee'd
settled by his Ahm'r II. R. Wsggoner, of Daniel
Lahrriec'd, settled by his Adm'rs Joseph Lahr
and George Brosioos, of leaae Stahl, dee'd, set
tied by his Adm'r John Gibson of Howell Good
rich, dee'd, settled by hi Adm'r Robert David,
eon of John Seibert, dee'd settled by hit Adm'rs
John Seibert and David 8 Maekey of John Gosh,
dee'd, settled by bis Adm'r Christian Gosh, Jr.
of Wm. Moritt, dee'd, settled by his Adm'r
Jonathan P. Phultx of Frederick Tschopp, dee'd
settled by hit Adm'r Andrew Tacbopp and Philip
Tsehoppof Jamee Barret, dee'd, aettled by his
Adm'rs Hugh McF.lrath and John Barret of Ceo.
Geiaf, dee'd. settled by bis Adm'r Geo. Kramer,
of Geo. Snyder dee'd., settled by hia Adm'r Jacob
Snyder of Sarah Osmen, dee'd, settled by her Ex',
trix Hannah Osmen of Jonathan Fetter, dee'd. set
tled by hisAdm'r Henry Fetter, of Jacob Welker
dee'd, settled by bis Adm'r John Fegrlyof Chris
tisn Snyder, dee'd, settled by his Adm'r Jacob
Snyder of Jacob Arnold, dee'd. aettled by hia
Adm'trix Elizabeth Dressier of James Crassley,
dee'd, settled by his Adm'r John Crassly of
James Lemon, aenr., .dee'd, settled by his sur
viving Adm'r Robert Curry of Wm. Lemon,
dee'd, settled byoneot his Ei'ra, Hugh VcWil
lisms of Salathiel Sober, dee'd, aettled by bit
Adm'trix Racbael Renter Of Jacob Oberdorf.
dee'd, aettled by hit Ex'r George Weiser. The
sccount of John Peiffer, Guardian of Iaaae Peif.
fer. The account of Peter F, Zimmerman, Guar
lian of Henry Malirk. The account of Adam
Zartman, Guardian of Rebecca Mayant and Han
nah Reitx. That the Executors, Administrstors
snd Guardians of the ssid dee'd eststes have fi'ed
their accounta with the Recister of the County
and that they will be presented to the Orphans
otiri oi said county, on Tuesday the 8th cay or
August next for confirmation and allowance.
EDWARD OYSTER, R.g'r.
Register office I
Sunbury, July 8, 1848.
The following tracts ofunseated lands, having
been purchased by the Commissioners of Northum
berland county, and remiiuing unredeemed hy tho
owner., for more than five yeninf;er sites there
of to the Comnrssioners, will be offered for sale
at the Court House, in the Borough if Sunbury,
Nonhumberland County, on Friday the 1 1 h day
uf August, at lOo'chxkA. M. (1848 )
ling ir John,
He ah Philip,
COAL dc SHAMOKIN.
Tifswnrth J hri
JACKSON dc AUGUSTA.
Illairi J lin.
LITTLE M All ANOY dc LOWER AUGUSTA.
Dewarl William. 3'-'
CHII.ISQUAQUE. POINT dt J URDU
111 .ir William,
Burton John, jr.,
Or fl Henry
Milnor El ward
M .rVrv John
Be a ea Pel- r.
I "tie. (leorue,
Henii g Fiedirick. 247
H.-doo'l Jsmea, SI44J
Moyer George, I"0
Miller John, "t'i
M.ii r Christian. 147
MmUII. t .wn David. ?S
SerlyJonrs. 1 36J
ii on Alexandei, 428
Tolaue ILnry, O1
Suiihuty, July H, 1848.
To nil wlioni It may Concern.
rMIE Subscriber bas purchased of Isaxc Moore
- the following property which he bas left in
the po session of said Is c. until such time as
he thai I see cause to remove the tame, to wit:
3 head of horned Cattle.
, 1 grev Mare.
I two-horse 'agon.
9 acret of Rye in the gronnd.
A acret of Corn.
I I acret of Oatt.
1 wood Sled.
1 wooden Clock.
Shamokin, July 1, 1848 3t
Wardrobe of Fashionable
J. W. & E. D. STOKES,
A'o. 194 Market Street. Firtt Clothing ttortbe
VIIERE they are constantly engaged in get.
ting up from the best French, English and
met ican c oth. clothing cut and made up in the
moat superior and fasbioaable sty e. 1'ersons
who buy to sel1. will find a Urge and excellent
stock at tba lowest city pricet. C'otbing made
up to order, ina auperior atyle at the abortett
N. B Odd Fellow t Regalia, a large assort
ment alwayt on band. Orden from Lodges and
imlmdua t promptly attended to ou tba most rea
Pbilade'pbia, Juna 3, 1848 ly.
THOMAS C. GARRETT & CO.
3F3r CE3 3X1 X3& S3 a
Paled and Brilaoaia Ware, Cutlery, and
Taney Goods, and Manufacturers of Jew
airy and Stiver Ware, l Cbesnul street, Phila
delphia; have received by lata arrivals a large and
bandsaoM atotk of English and Franco Watches,
and Marble, Porcelain and Fancy Clucks.
Platad Uma, Caatora. Cake Baskets, High and
UbsmtMruaadiostMke Boup Lad lea, Btiooos and
Pawka, Aha a good aaaortoaeot of Britannia
Wan sod Fin Caller.
Their stock of JEWELRY ia large aadofthe
anal fashionable kind, and Ibe an wall euDollad
itb Silver 8poona. Farka, Mags, Napkin Rings,
Butter Knivoa, aVa., and wlibom aaaking any aW
ola of Diicee is the rMiblie nrinla, ttsay are pro-
pond lo aall aa soar as toss who do, and isvtto
oeraone wishrnx to purcbaaa teealU
Pbiladelnliia, June 10, IMi-Sei
TYRANTS aa well aa Monopolies must rait,
to mutt prices. That tbia la a fact can be
proved by calling at
No. 73 North 2d street, above Arch,
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED,
. UAeto anet Uttmil,
. The atoek consist! In part of Gold and Silver
Levert ; I'Epinet and Quartier Watchet ; Jewel
ry of the newett and most fashionable patterns.
SILVER SPOONS, . Particular attention
paid to these articles, tba oiarr ofwhirh it
No. I, and workmanship ditto. Tba establish
ment or LE HURAY hat been well known FOR
FOVRTY YEARS, in SECOND Street, and
baa made a character which needa no puffing.
Silver TEASPOONS aa low aa 84,50 per sett
can be made for lesa if wished.
WATCA GLASSES Plain. 10 ett.; Patent,
IS ; Lunette. SO eta ; other articlei in propor
tion. Remember, you can boy her below any pub
lished list of pricet in this City or New York. .
Watch Repairing particularly attended to, and
warranted to give satisfaction.
N B. Old Gold and Silver bought for cash or
taken in exchange at (don't forget the No.72)
North Second Street, above Arch, Philadelphia.
Sept. 25, 1847 lyc. May 6, 1818.
GREAT HAT, CAP, AND FUR ESTABLISHMENT'
ZVo. 104. Chestnut Street,
Between Third and Fourth Sts.
THE Advertiser baa constantly on hand .and
manufacturing, every description of HATS
and CAPS, of the latest and most approved fash
ions, consisting of
YOUTHS' HATS AND CAPS,
In variety, among which is new arti
cle for Spring and Summer wear.
MILITARY CHAPEAUX CAPS
ect, made according to the Army and Navy re
gulations and for auperioity ot finish and mate,
rial, have never been surpassed
THE SUMMER FASHIONS
For gentlemen, consisting of FineRockey Moun
tain Beaver and Gossamer Hats, (very light,)
Panamas, Leighoriit. Fine Cobourgs, ect., ect.
Also, fine Straw, Braid, and Hair Cloth Caps;
Ladies Riding Hats and Caps of entirely new
styles, in fact the largest assortment ever before
offered to the public ; being at low in price at
any Establishment in the country
Remember CHARLES OAKFORD,
A'o. 104, Chrnnut utrert, between
Third and Fourth ttrcet
June 2 1, 1818 ly
I'ocket Hook nntl Morocco Case
91 aiiiifact urcr ,
Has succeeded B P. SISTY, at the Old Stand
51 i CHF.SNUT Street, Philadelphia
Pocket Books, Bankers' Cases and Portfolios of
every description, Port Mannare, Ivory Tablets
Card' Caset, Dressing Cases, Segar do', Writing
do., Backgammon Boaidt & Chessmen, Gold
Pens. Snyder't, Chapman's, and Saunder't Razor
Strops; Penny's Tally ho Razors, Rodgers's
Wsde k Butcher's Jackson, Chinese and Egyp
tain Razors, Pen Knives snd Scissors, of every
description, Bowie snd Dirk Knives; also, a
large assortment or Fancy Stationery, at the
Jobbing done with neatness and despatch.
Philadelphia, June 34, 1848 3m
KNOW AM. MEX THAT
BENNET & CO.
HAVE REMOVED from 192 Market Street
at then New Splendid and Immense Estah
lithment to be known at the
1 oner Hull Clotblng Ilazaar.
A'o. 182 Market Street, bctteeen fifth If sixth
t HlLADfcLI'Hl .
The Proprietors feel a reluctance in promul
gating what in any way might appear like the
usual Bombastic exaggeration or some in (he
trade, but will beg leave to quote the following
notice from one ol our city papers;
One of the greatest curiosities tl at our City
affords to the stianger. is BENNETT & CO't
great clothing store. No. 182 Market Street, be
tween Fifth and Sixth, which has been styled
'Tower Hall," from the peculiar finish of the
front. The building is an immensa one, con
taming seven capacious rooms, all of which are
stocked with every variety of seasonable gar
ments, arranged in the most perfect order and
regularity. The proprietors take great pleasure
in showing their building and contents to the
citizens, particularly strangers, and to those co
ming from the country we know of no place
more worthy of a visit.
I btladelphia, May 27th, 1848 3m.
AN enennive Stuck of Packet and Table CUT
LERY, for sale by
JVnr. 33 nnrf 31 ARCADE. an,t 0) North
C mp iing 3flU0 dozen Penknives, Scissors and
li i' re.
Also, a cjiidce sssoitmcnt of Ro lgers A "Ions,
Wos'enho'm's, (Siravc.'s, W, k S, Butcher's and
Also, Spanish, Ui k and Hunting Knives.
AIo, Ouns, Pstols, snl Bowie Knives.
Ale -, The Amtrieun Itutnr Strap, a superior
ni lo, wo ly I hi- alu-iili in of Duller
i'sHti Ur-ulirs in (hiiIciv, wi I find the ah.ive
Stork worthy tiieir at'rniton, as the Sulircrikri's
chief bus lie is irii,iiiriiiig and arlling cutlery.
I'hil .dwlj.lii:!, June 10th, 1848 ly.
A Tuoussau DoLataa Wsvsa I
ASHBY & ROCAF,
Hal and Cap Manufacturers,
South East Corner of 4th and Market Street,
HAVE constant y on lmt full and conplete
aa.orin.ent of HA T8, CAPS, antl KUItS
AUu an elegaul aasortmfiit of mtcn' anJ boy
Leghorn, Funamt, and Polm-tfaf Hati. AH of
which by aavina of $1000 in rtni. will ha aolil,
wholesale and r?tail, at the vi ry lowvat price.
Country dealers would d i well lo call, aa hy
ronomy and low rem, we-are eo-tbleJ to Mil at
very low rates.
Juna lOih. 1848. ly
CHEAP 1TEW GOODS.
John W. Friling,
KESPECTFULLY informs bis friends and
customers, Ibat he has just received and
opened a splendid astortment of GOODS, eoniii.
Groceries, Hardware, Queemware, &c.
Tba public are invited to rail und examine for
themaeivea. . '
Sunbury, May 0, 1818 tf
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINE AND LIQUOR DEALER,
JVs m Market Street, Below Eighth, North tide.
Keeps constantly en band all kind of old Li
quor, vis t Superior old rye whiskey superior
Brandy, Gin, ate. Alto white brandy for preter
vine., Wild Cherry and Blackberry brandy.
Philadelphia, June 3, 1848. If
S. J. MEGAHGEE & CO.
iairosTiia Air cammusio!
And Dcalen in Paper, and Paper Manufactu
No. 39 Coasnseree at., PHILADELPHIA.
TfT" EP constantly on band Urga asaort
lt. "ent of pr'iritiBg and other paper. News
papers in tba touatrr. cast ba auppiiad at all
tiraaa, with paper of any aisa and quality, at
too towaai pricea.
fhiUdrlphia, June ITth, 18
DR. TOWflSBflD'S COIPOGM EXTRACT OF
Tltlfl Extract la put np In quart hottlee. It Is aix times
cheeper, plaiartnter, ami warrants superhir to any
M. It cares diseaai a wit hoot vumitinf, porcine;, airli
ner, or debilitating Um patient, and is particularly win plod
FAI.I. AND SPRING MKBtCINB.
Tin gnat oeanty and superiority of this ftannrairMla over
, other nmeriiea ia, whilst it enrdicateedisaaae,
It invigimes the body.
Cleanse and 0tnsna1hn.
Cunsnmption can be enrnd. '
Bronchitis, Coiinimptlm, Uver Gomplahit, CoMa, Conglia,
Catarrh, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, 8.renc in the
Cheat, Hectic Plnah, Night Sweats, DiibV
euK end Profuse Expectoration, .
and Pain in the Bide,
. nave and can be cored.
Probably there never was a remedy that baa been t suo
ecaarnl in desperate cases of eonaumptwn'aa this j it clean,
ses and strenalhens the system, and appears to heal the ul
cers on ths lungs, and patienta gradually regain their nsual
health and strength. "
CURIOUS CASK OF CONSUMPTION. -
There is scarcely a day passes bin thore ire a number of
eaaea or consumption repurted as cured by the as ot Dr.
Towneen's Sarnpariua. The Mknving was recently re
Dr. Towrrsexn Dear Sin For the hut three years 1
have bean afflicted with general debility, and nervous con.
aumption of the hist stage, and did not expect to ever gain
my health at all. After going through a con me of medicine
under the care of arnie ot tlie rrvwt dietinguiehnd regular
physiciana and member of the ftwird of llenlth In New
York and elsewhere, and spending the m-wt of my enruinga
in attempting to retrain mv health, and after rending in
ecmie paper of your ftimiparilla I resolved to try it. Aflcr
using six bottles I fonml it done me gmtt g ml, and called
tusee you at your office! with your advice I kept on, and
do most hmrtfly thnnk yon for your advice. I persevere in
taking the Hnrmpnrilln, and have been able in nttenil to my
nsnrtl labors fur the knrl (not months, and I hope hy the
blessings of God and your ftirmpnrilla to omiinno my
health. It helped me beyond lha expeetrttinna 'f all who
knew my case. CHARLKS QUIMDY
Orantre, Kmkx eo. N. J., Aug. 9, 1847.
fMatc of New Jersey, Kssrx county, ss Charles Quint
ov f"'n mt'v sworn aeconling to law, on his rath Kith,
thnfthe foregoing statement Is true accorriinf. to the best ot
his kimwredieand belief. CHARI.KS QI IMBV.
Sworn and subscribed to before me at tinuipe. the 3d
August, 1847. CYRUS BALDWIN.
Jnstice of the Peace.
Read the following, and say that consumption is in incu
rable if you con :
New York, April , tt7.
Dr. TowKsaifD t I verily believe thnt your Snrmparilln
baa been the means, throiiKh Pnividcnce, uf saving my life
I have for several years had a bad cough. K liecuuie worse
and worse. At Inst I raised tanre quantities of hlo-Kl, had
liiglit iwrnli antl wni grcntly dehilitntiHi and rrHliiffrt. Rtid
din itH export to live. I have only uxd yftir Pnriiirill)i
but a hurt time, and there hnit a wnmlert'iil elinnip- bwii
wrought in m. 1 am now able to walk till over the city.
I rniw no blond, and my enith htm left me. Ym can well
Imagine that 1 un tliankful i t these renilta. Your rihetti
cnt aervant. WM. IM SSKMe. OS CnUiarinc at.
LOST HKK HPKKCII.
The nnnexed rertificiAie tctla a aimple and truthful atory
of anfTeriiikT and relict'. There are thiHimnda nf imilar ai
aea hi thia city and lJrooklyn, and y4 tliera are llitmantHla
ot' purenta let their children die tor four of bcinif ht.itibugg-'d
or to aiive a few ahilliuga.
Urooklyn, Hept. 13. 1847.
Dr. Towitf-msD. I Uikc ptenmire in Ktiting, fur the Irene
fit uf thoae whom it inuy concern, thnt my dn 111 it it, two
yenra and aix mnitlm )kt, waa iiltlictrd with jrnipnd di
biiity and loan nf aneech. Hw wiin frtven up ns pmti je
coverybyniir fninily pltyaicum ; but I'ortuimtHv I wna re
cunmendM by a friend to try your ttirKtptiri.l.t. Iti-f ire
hnving nned nne bottle ahe rvovrrfI her apffeli mid wja
enabled tn walk alono, to the iuturiisbtiii-iit fif all wha w;ro
acquainted with the circumstnitfea. She ia tiow quite well,
oih! in much Itrttcr h'ilth th;ui ahr hna Ik-vii f ir 1H montha
puat. JOHKPII TAYItOH, 128 Yftrk at., Ilronktyn.
TWO CIIILUKI'.N HAVKD.
Very few ftuniliea Indenl in fnet we hnve u A hisml of
nne thnt uwd Dr. Townatfiid'a S-irciHirilln in lime, l-it
any children the pant Summer, while, tlnw tli.it did not,
aickeued and died. The cercilicule we publish iHtt-nv ia
conrhiBive evidence v( ita viilue, hik! iaonlj uuotlier iiirtlunrti
of ita mvino; the Uvea of chililrcu :
Dr. ToWNsatf d Dear Sir : I had two children cured by
your ftiraaparilla of the an minor cotn liiinl and dywntnry j
one wua only 13 month old ami tbv nthcr H yira. They
were very milch reduced, and we expected they would die ;
they were Riven up by two reiipeetnble phviicnuia. When
the doctor infiirmed ua thnt we mnat kae tlani, we resol
ved to try your Buraupnrilla we lmd henrd ao itiiteh of, lait
Imd little con6dcwe, there beiuo; an imtrh atutT advertiaed
that ia wnrthleaa: but we are tlumkfui that we ilid, for it
uudiHibtedly anved the liven of bull. I write thia tint oth
era may be induced to uae it. Yours, reapectfiiltv,
JOHX WlIsSON, Jr.
Myrtle-avcnuo, Drooklyn. tViit. Iff, 1h7.
TO TMK LADIKM.
GRKAT FKMALK MKD1C1NK.
Dr. TowftaitN Sarsapaiiilla iaua.iveriiiirnnnd npcedy
cure for incipient consumption, and for the gehertd pnnitru
lion of the ayatem no mutter whether Ibe rcatdt nf inhe
rent caubc or cauaca, produced by irregukirity, illucaa or ac
cident. Nothitwcan be m ire aurprinitiff than ita invltr-tratintz cf
foclaou the human fmme. IVrsona all weakliest! mid lua
aitiide, from tnkins: it at once lec nne r lmat and lull of
mterjrv imdcir ita in tin ewe. U initntititt'ly c nnttracta the
imrvfloiwiMiaia of the fcmnle frame, which ia the great vuuat
It will not be ex pee ted nf ua. in cuaea of iki dtlicute a na
ture, lo exhibit certilicntea of curca perforuifd, hut we can
assure the afflicted tliat hundretU of uuatM have lefn repor
ted to us.
Da. TnWKaRirn: Mv wife belnjr arrently distressed by
wenkneiw end (tenerul debility, and suffering Cuntinuully by
pitiu and with other didicult ieti, rtnd luivinij known c:isra
where your medicine biia eft ect cd Krcut cures; mvd ulao
htfirinit it nci'nunciideil for audi cases ns I hnve dcacrild,
I obtnined r bottle of your Kxtnict of Kirsjipririllu and fol
lowe.i the directions you jruve me. In a short period it
removed her eoinplaiut and reatored Iter to health. Heitiff
prrJitt'ul for the hcnefita slic received, I tuke nlenaure in
thus iiekuowleilg'mg it, and reommendinii it to the public.
M. D. MMOKK,
Alhony, Aug. 17. Ml. cor. Grand Sc Lydiu ata.
No fluid or medieiiM hna ever been discovered which so
nearly resembles the gnatric juice r saliva in deeitnpoaing
fxd and BtreiigtheiiiiuT the oriranaof diirttutu aa thia nre-
paratiou of SurmpnrilUi. It taitively cures every cuae of
uysjacpajin, wirvo r;i arvcrc r cnrtniir.
1 lit nk Dcnnrtincut, Allianv, Mnv 10,
Dr. Towtiaend--Sir t 1 have been afflicted' for aevcrul
yenra with dyspepsia in ita worst frm, attended with a-mr-neaa
nf atomach, loaa of appetite, extreme heartburn, and a
rreat averainn to all kinds of food, ami for weeks, t whnt I
could eut) 1 have been unntde tn retain but a annul port i an
on my atomnch. 1 tried the uauat remedies, but they lind
but little or no en ect in removing the compitunt. l wua in
duced, about two months aince, to trv vonr Kx tract of rtur-
ss par ilia, and I must any with little coufisVnce ; Utt after
sing nmny iwu wniirs, iiainu my aprteiue resutrtsn ana
tha heartburn entirety removed ; and I wmi1I earnestly re-
eoaimeiM the use of it to thoae who have been amieted as 1
have been. Yours, Jtc, W. W. VAX KANDT.
Agent for SunUiry JOHN W. PRIMNO: Nof
thumherland, MARY A. McCA Y t Danville, AVM. A.
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A adVERfctGlv HEMEDY FOR
. .DYSPEPSIA, :
GEORGE B. GREEN, Pbopibtoii.
' H'tndsor, Vtrmoitf. "
If a Suvarelen rerrmhr firr DYBPEPBIA, In tnany of lis
forms, such as pain In the Stomach, Heartburn, habitual
'ver'ess. Acid HKmawh, Haadaehe, Uiaa at Appetite,
Piles. Night Rweats, and even Cnisnmpiiun (Dyspeptic
Phthisic.) nnd Asthma, Phthisic attendetl with ieraiifje
mant of the Htumach (ur Dyspeptic Asthma.) Ditficult
Bros thing, which often results from imperfect digestion (or
Dyspeptic ejvspma,) la relieved by these Bitters. In short,
their use has been proved In the relief of almost all tha
symptoms thnt proceed from a debilitifted nr atonic condi
lion .if the 8tnurh also in general debility arising from
age or frwn the cflrcla nf Fevor, particularly Fever and
Ague. Femnles surTcring under any uterine derangement
snsing from weakness, will And the "OsrosiiTin Hit.
tus" an excellent remedy, and not surpasacUby any medl
cine In use.
Ths history of this medicine Is pccnllar. It has made Ita
wny to public favor solely by the force if Ita own intrinsic
pjerits. No artificial means hava been nsed to give it no
toriety and thrust it upon public attenliipu. It 1ms never
before even lieen advertised, but having first shown its re
markabia efficacy in the family of the proprietor, and by
him afterwarda administered to hia afflicted f riends and ac
qu'iinbincfe with a like result, its reputation gradually ex
tended nntil it ia known In the most diMnt purls of the
Union, ns a medicine of unrivullcd virtues in the enra of
Dyspepsia in all ita dinerent forms, and also for the enro of
Aslhma or l'lithisic. Ita only lientkl and its only eulogy
has been the story of lis wonderful efllmcv, aa told from
month to month or by letter from friend to friend. In eve
ry instance where thene Hitlers have been nstxl, anil the re.
suit made known to the proprietor, they huvc proved a re
medy. Numeroua ccrtifienles, nttcating Ihc elngulnr eftlency of
the "Oxtoxkatkd HiTTxn.," nre in the possession ot the
Croprietort many of them signed hy persons already widely
nowti to the public.
r.KO. B. ORn:, proprietnr.
WINDSOIt, Vt., Octol r 3, lisWS.
The following Certiflcntes have recently been
WHijrnTON, D. C, Jurrx 10, IN a.
Hiivlng made use of tlei 'Oxvgennl. d Bitters" prepnrcd
hy Dr. t.eo. B. (Ireen, of U'imlsor., Vt.and fnmi kinw
ledge oltain-d of tiieir efTieaey in othir cnw. we cheerfully
recommend them to thepul.lie, believing Ihntthey will fully
sustnin the rer.Mmmeudli iii of the I'ropriet r. We hope
that this vnlnalile remedy nuiy be n gciHTnlly riUMscd
throughout the cmnlry Hint it mnv be aceessililc toifj the
SAMI'F.I, rilKUK, ., - ,
WII.I.IAM I'l'HAM. J U-" '
JAM KS F. SIMMONS, Vi. S. Sen
. Senator from Verm-ait.
ieluitor from R. tslnnd.
T. Mt)lti:ilKAD. t t. Heuator ami formerly Uovem-
or of Kentuckv.
I,. II.TAIlNtl.n, Manlier of Congress and formerly Oo
vemor nf 11. I.
WM. WriormniDtiU, It. S. fVimt.iraud f.rrmerly Oi
vern r of Mifltiaiiii.
M. I..M AHTl.N, Delegate in Congress from Wisconsiu
l-'rom Hon. II. D. Fostkr, Meuibcr of Congress fnun
Wasiiixotos. D. C, Jt:xrt in, 1fM0.
Dimr Sir. I Imve Iwimi a dysieptic surlerer fir nlmut ren
years, nnd have res.irtul to various medicines i.ir relief
wilhout sueeeMi, until 1 tiui le uwi of vour "t)xveuated
Hitlers." I have used nlioiit two bottles, ninlliiiilinya. il
rcstoretl to pcrfeet hivilth. The ftinns in whieh the 'dis
eUfle showtl itself, in my case, were, treat neidily of the
stoiuneh, 1-iK!. ol iippctite, extreme liataleiK'e, severe connii.
Miti'u of the bowels, rind violent lieailaehe. Kreliuir deni
rons that n knowledire of your valuable reaiedv may reach
oIIiits siinilarly alilieteil. 'I take great pleaHiire in record.
Inir mv te.liin aiy to its crtmlive ivcr; nnd would also
remntir. that while on n visit fit home a short time since, I
ndininistereil a irt of n li iltle hi a niiuilier of my nlDietnd
ineittis, wini renl snci'sii. 1 hey nre desirous tlsit ymt
should establish nn iiireney nt I'iitslinrir. or inl' irm them
where the ruedieine can Im obtained. With an inrnest de
sire for your prosperity anil happiness, I sulis"rile nivself,
irioy your iiin.i j, j, Y tn If
lIHk't. rKO. n. liltFXX.M IIMls vr, Vt.
Slid Wh ileKile and Relnil liv Oreen A Fletcher. No.
tMSnith Sixih Street, Phtlailelphin.
Agenr tor rtuiiiurv n. 11. 31 .r!-,i-;n .
Agents for Millon MACK.VV 4 1IAAO.
April IS, lfilS ,
In presniiing the public with n remedy for the tntilineut
and cure of t'evKB anu Aoca and iKlier bili ais diseases,
no iisiliiiry is needt-d. Ynst uuuiliers in the loutivl Stales,
who snlfer from these iifTiTtions in their varied forms, are
c niiiielluil lu MMk relief' from other sources than the iinuio
dlutc preserijitloiis of the r;giilur physician. It U-comcs
therefore an object of liumauiiy, us well us of public uiler
est, to bring liefore them a remedy pretareil fuau uineli ex-
pci lenee, Ullil Wllieu liuty always ih; relied llp-ai us sack,
Kl-'rxCTL'AL, AN U IIAHMI.KS To 'tiIK CONSTITI'TION. That
such is ths true chametia' of the INDIA Clltri.AliOtil'i;,
is amply sttesled by the universal success -villi which it luis
V9 I'Ltmct from a coiiiiiuiuieation of the Hon. Wil
liam WooliliKllsiK, of the 1'. 5. Mcnulc, lulc Governor of
Dktkoit, Oct. il, 1H10.
Doctor Ciiarlks Osoooo.
Dcur Sir, I Imve reud with iiiueh interest, your little
Tkakatiak upon the "causes, trejituii-nt uud cureM of tha
febrile diseases which have si extensively prcvaiM in our
country during the last few m aillis un interest increased
no doutit. bv tha fuel tliat I have individually siillercd so
much from them. Th'smh I feci myself very inc uuietciit
lu juilge sately Um)ii a sulijeel so entirely professional, yet
your llicn y seems to me well renamed, und your conclu
sions just, nnd 1 think williul. Iliut your immphlet is catcu
kited to nroduee much uruelieul mind.
Speaking of the medicine he suvs : It fully justified your
nutiermg caiwciuiious, aisi us a sine, CMSiveiueni, ana po
liir remetly, mv own cAnerienee, i fur. iisluecs me to
lieve thnt it will prove a grcut imblic btuebt. I am pleased
to learn tliat yim liave rw-eutly estublished sevend, usneies
f,w its disposition though I regret that, Willi a view ts a
inM general flisriilnaliui ot it, you slionld have liamd it
necessury to remove from y.air present resilience uinoiig us.
With much respect 1 have the honor to be, sir,
Your obliged servant,
W11 1.1AM WtHfDHKIDOK.
tV From Hon. Stkciik.'. V. K. Tbowubidgi, ui' Michi
gan ritule Senate, to the Agent at Detroit.
BiRMi.KiiiAM, Uailand Co., Dec. tn, 1RI1.
Sir you wish me to inform you wlsst 1 know ol' Dr.
Osg.iod's India Choljg gue, or ujiti-biliotx meilieiiie. I dii
believe thnt if the virtue and ethcacy of this medicine were
generally known, the vvvxa and auck would disappear in
I prisaireil a lsitlle in the spring of 111, ami have gimd
reason lo lielieve Iliut myself mul family escaped the ague
lust aensiai in consequence of its use.
l'erliup in li i summer since the settlement of this fine
peninsula, has the fever and ague been so prevalent as the
last. 1 have reooimueinled this medicine ui numerous in
stances, and when the disease lind liecome fixed und halned
the skill of physicians; und I liave never known il fail. I-
has universally prislaeeil the ru'ist happy effects, und I bet
lieve it hna never been exeeeded by any medicine in remo
ving the bilioua diseases of the clinutre.
srci'iiKX v. n. trowiiridok.
Agnt for Sunhury II. B. MASSKR; Northnniberiiuid,
WITIIINCroM A Cn.; Milton, I. II. ItASI'.lt ; Sclias
grovc, MAY ft KI.OtSK.
Mayfi, lH4b II'.
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A History at the Revolution and I.Ives at the
Heroes of lha War el Independence.
BY CHARLES J. PETERSOS.
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'Thia is a s.ilciKlul book. A valuable addition to the
Historic Literature of our country. We are much mista
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Prescoll." Kraukford Herald.
It surpasses any similar work yet offered tu the Amen,
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Lower than can ba purchased e'eewhere.
Country Merchants and olheia Purchasing in
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THK ONI.T RADICAL CURE FOR,
' CONSUMPTION f!
Prmfuta or Kiii' F.ril, Ilheumntitni, Obntinate Cntaneoitf
Kntitionn, Himpkior IVrtuIra on (hi Inc, HrHrht,
Bilcn, ('hrufiie & F.yrs, King Worm or Tetter,
ttroM Ifmd, KiilnrKTrtiirfit mirl Pnin Mlhm
Jititand J-intii,M'iW'rii t k-ern, Hyphi
IHir HymptiHtiit, Hcintlm or ltnnlangi..
diarMMei ariititig fnun fln htjiiill
cioin me ot' Mtcur, Drop
y, Kxpnure or J'mpru
denrfl in life) lat
tuti'tnal . onltr.
In this medirine UrTrml innorvnl Imt trT potent o.rl.fle
of the vettetfthle kmrd im nre tiiittMl, fiirnmiff enmponnd
entirely dilTerent in it" rl.snirler and propertieii fnnn miy
other prepnmtinn, mxt nnrnnlltMl in Tin ipentinn on the
ytrm when tahoriitg nmfer dinrniie. It hould bo tn the
hfliwhi of every person, wh t, by buiineM, or freneml conrne
of lile, ii prMitpf(1 to the very tnany iiilinieMU thnt ren
der life a ciirffo. uirtend of a bletwiiig, and t oltcn n suit ill
nr. Pntke't Pniiaoen ! rrornincitded a certain remnly.
Nirt miry infltnnre of irnfttilure. lm ever orrnrred whrn fret-,
ly used ! It euro the illneaar nntl nt the mine time impurta
vigor to the uli'lc syntriu. !Vrtfiif ma prrii ins tain never
piiy I'M mnrh n(tentin to Hie state of' their hltmd. Jin p
ri fit-Hi inn shunld lc tiieir first aim ; for pf'rstfverajicu will
uccomplinh a euro of bvrx iikkkpitah v disease.
FOR KlU PTiO.NS OF TIIK SKIN.
Jj'tirvy. fi.-lmtio AtTwtions, Tinnri., "While fwrlling,
KryBiMlait, rrn, ('uncern, Kuwiitig tvmy Hcshs iiixl
Hiles. Dr. Dnikf's VnnnriM ciniti 't lw t x highly cxtnllud;
it seun-hts out the very rin.t f the die:isp, and icriimiioiit.
Nomrdiinn pt:rlmii lms ivt In-en dine nfied whit-h
gives srnmirh ttme MtheMain'h and rnnm-s the nc n
tion ot n hdthy fitstric juice t.j thv ttiinnne the to hI iin Vr.
Dr. flmko's Paimrrn in nsed with the grentett rtut-rt-Fa, n
Klieuinutic O.itnpluiiiln, espwiijIlysiM'h us rhnHiii. It enrm
by Hriviim ""l "'I impurities nnd toul lititti urs which Imve
art umubtiH) in the syrttrm. which nre ttie vunan of Hhu
nuiliKin, tl Mit. and SwilliugMf the h.imn. Other reineditu
itDielinies give tetnpmry relief; this entirely erudimtes
the diMetise trom thesystein, evenvUen the limbs nnd huiies
roNnjM!Tiox CAf.E ct RRo. C'uuhs, Oihirili. Hr n
rhilis, Hiitting if Hi-fid, Asthmu. Diitieult tr proline Kx
peet iriiti-in. Ilf.-fie Flusli, Nitrht Swits. I'hhi in the suit!
vc. Imve been rured, ttt enn Im with in iiuieh cvrtuinty us
any other disease. A speiutie h;is I ng Ihh-ii Rrtught lr, hut
in vu in uuiii um uiMvivery 01 jir. uruKirs I'unueuu. ill
iiiihI and sule but certinii und eirieuthms in its operulnm.
and ennn'tt poiwibly injurs the tn ml deliertte eniNlituti -n.
We would eurnrslly rw-iumend th-.-se ntliieted to give it n
triul atmd we believe they will nut have iK'eitMion tn regret
it. The system is ctennsH und Rlmnrthemtl. the uleers on
the lungs are healed, snd the putienls grmlunlty regain their
nsuui iieuuu aun Nueugin. p;HU the liliowing :
Phil., Deo. Hth. 1I7,
Dear Sir : In reply to your uueMi 'ii reHeliiig the use
01 wr, unmr i i auinren, i wm miy, uiiii iiiiuiigii n port
itntlreliever in the enntenee ot a I'axai'F.a, or eure lor all
ilisetirfes, however vduuhle it mnv he in certuht v iidifious
ot the system, still 1 hnve belie veil thnt n cure f r C'limitnjr-
tit.n wouul te discovered sooner or later, tint) eutiositv led
me Ui try your medicine in two very inveterate eners,
They were proii mneed hy the iitteuding phyxieiiuis t lie
1TL.WISAKY I'OMHJMI'THIS, llfKI III Ml Ml It UlCtl MV theill HS IN
ct'KAHLK. One of the person h id lieeu unifer the treat
ment ot several very able praefili meis tor n iuuiiIkt of
yonrs. nnd they kiiiJ she hud "old tiishi metl O iuifiuuptiiin
eoiiiiutie wiiii r-vmnuu," nivt mat siiemigliT linger lor some
lime, imt eoniii u it be periiiuueully relievetl. In botheasel
the ell ect clthe rimaeeu luis lv.cn m-wi grulilViug. Only
: itnir or live u 'men were uiwii nv one oi me pers tus trcioru
she begun to improve mindly. Tim other took uh-iul ten,
I will only ud'lihat fniniliar ns I um with roiummpt.i.ii hy
miieriumce uihi uy exiensive onservtiti n ns i si inly, nnd
know lug uls; the injurious rtfeet tn mne ranes nut ol ten
ol far, boneset, and other vegetable tonius, us vvHl n t'
many ot the exireetorantstuul seilatives. 1 hhould never luive
reeointnendf d tlie nsn of Drake's V:inaei!;i if J had not been
acquainted with tho ingredients, Surtuw it tn say thnt these
nre iccommeu'ieii uy our m m popular anil scu-ulmc physi
cians, am) ill their present onuliined state, form pr-balrly
the I rest Hllertitive unit luis ever ik-lii tuaim. 1 lie cure is
in aceordni.ee with a theory of O luituiuption hnHwhett in
t ruiia! a iw years ago, ny one ih ner inowt eminent wai
ters on medicine, mid now esUt'linhetl by fuels whieh ad-
mil of no 4iispine.
Very Respectfully Yours, . L. C. GVSS.
To use the buuuage of ui lot her, '!. Drake's Vanuccn in
ulways salutary in it effectM never iniurious. It is not hs
Opiilte it IS not It Hi I I'.Xpeeloi'iiut. It i n t intruded to lull
the mvuliit into n la mi secnrilv. li is n gre.it naiiedv
gmml healing uud eumtive c anp iuul, the grent and onlv
remedy which uiedictil setence nnd kill luis vttt tr dneetl
lor the treatineut of this hithert i uneonfiiiereil malady. And
no peram alllieteil with tins dread tlisease, will In just t
himself and his friends, if he go itnvn to thu grave witleait
testing its virtues. A single b ttlc. in most eases, will pr
rtuce a tavorahle clinnge in the cii'litl'')! oi any juitient.
Ti) Tin; i.ADir.ri.
Indies of pule complexion illi'l e. illKlltnptive
such its nre debiliated liy those obstructions which females
me liable to, ure restored bv the use ol n hittle or two. t
bls un vigor, It is by tar the Is-st reinnly ever discovered
for weakly children, and such ns hnve Uel humors ; being
piensuiir, iney niKe ii. ii tltiuieiuateiy restores tlie appetite
strength und color.
Nothing can be more surprising than ils invigorating ef.
fects ou the human frame. Persons, ull weakness and his.
situde before biking it, at mice Imvoiho rolaist and full of
energy under ita litrlueiiee. It iiiuiiedmte ifouutemcts the
liervelessttess ol the tensile frame.
CAUTION". He careful nnd sec thut you get the genu
me ur. lfkakk s I'anacca it lias the signaturem I, so. t
aiToaRs ou rbe wrapper mid also the isuiie "Da. Uxxke'
Panacka, Phils." blown in the glass.
Prepared only by Hroun. A Co., Druggists, No. ill North
Agent for ftintairy II. M ASSF.R.
hVrldalrtbv Wm. A. Mviirax A Cii.TVinville 11 flit ir
ta, MilKai; Mar MrCnv, Nonliuinls-rlaiid,' K. IM.vtx,
April I, IMS ly
FIRE AND TUIEF PROOF ('IIKKTH,
F1KK PROOF DCMJIIA FOR HANKS AND tf'PORK!
Seal anil Lettpr-Cnpyinr 1'rciws, 1'att'iit
Slute-Lined Ui'friirir.ittir. Wuti'r Fil
lern, 1'utent Portable Water Clo
set s. intemleil fur the Sick
KVATSIS & WA'I'SOX,
7 South Third Sir&l,
OPPUMTK Till: PIIII.AIir.l.I'lUA KXfllANC.K.
ly ou hand, u large ass .rtmeiit ol
vali tir nlKivf Hiiital'a t-Hieiher uilli
m I r ""', Uiir t'ut-nl tinprnvwt S.ilniiiniHlt'r
IrSt !' I U II-1' H I 8 A K KlS, w liicU
are i omstnu-ttiJ utt U wl ut nut
Irfinie rtrit-tly tirf-nn-H". mid thiil
tstmf tuty w iu n-itt tiiv nre n any
thfam fViiVa am iiHMietri b ikr irn( ttit; iiu.it le ian.r' u
M'siif, Hurt Irrt wet ii tlitt (Hittrr w mi I iniicr rtxr t P a
ot' iu thrtts imh thick. uihI intilUtl in with iiHxtrur
lililri iii'ittTiul, a tt imtke il mi niiimilittily U Uim nny
!' tho ci mt tni iiisUttf ui (li' I'hfHt. Them I pt-i4i Ki
luiniiKlni wes nre iretirvt! autl tl cliaHr-iifTf tltc w trW t
pnitiitt'e nny articl hi tbe u)vh H" H nk nV tli.it will
Uu ui m niiii'h hat, and wo li-.kl i ; i't-ti ivnalv nt hII
tiiiifs ti lt:ive thriii luirly tti-ttt. by pultlic Itoiiiin, Wf
olavj enitiuue tit niainuttrtiire h lurkjf tunl tfiii-ril uw nt
inuut I imr Frfinium Air-titrlil Kin- tv it' iiiri m' wliit'U
there art; nvtr WW now in um1. mul in every iiitunrf tlVv
have fien fnlim ailimiu'tiou tn the rtirt'lutTii- whit'ti
wo will refer the puUic I ' IV w yt nlU uifn w hu Itivv
ihmn in um.
llnywxxl h finltr.' 4uvill't Jip)i C. ImwUhi
p.ttttiviUf ; Mi, Will in in Tim. J)vl wlwn, IV
N. A 1. 'ftiykir, l-j,, n ilh :kl nt.; A Wriuhl A N!i'W
Vitus nt. wlmri'; Alpxitmlrr rr.r, rtrnvsiyjiiH'tT, turii.T i"
Kilb. rl and (till .: Jtihn M. I''rd. :W u rih :kl nt.; M vfiit
Haah, t north aim.; J:unr M. I'nul, Hl mh 4lli at.;
Dr. lvid Javiif. 8 mli ;kl .t.; Mmht-wT. MiHt. Jt
mill 3.1 at.; aiwl w wU iutnn amw hiimlrflu rt" titli.r
II it wrrviiotvatwiry. N'w we invHf the intent um the
lul Jif. and partMuiarlv lliai in wmtl ol Fire Pnnn' Hii'f,
U call at our W-trt" before pun-l.ua.iitf t kMwhere, aial we
ruu mtialy Ihem they will nH a hruec and i;hearr article
at our store tliaii at any other eattuhlnihiiinnt in tho city.
Wa aUn nmiiulaclnre the ivntm irv t'ite Vn' rheata, at
at very k-w prira. chraner thau tltrjr eau ba tahHiarhl at any
other or, in Phihsletpliu.. vjn
Philadelphia, April 8, IMS Ijr
George J. Weaver,
HOPE MAKSB aV SHIP CHANDLER.
No, v Water Street and No. II North Wharves
TaA9 roneianlly on bandl, a funeral aaaort
II ment of Cordage, Seine Twines, he., vis:
Tar" Itopca, Wishing Kopaa While Kopee, Manil
la Ropea, Tow Lines for Canal Boats. Alao, a
complete assorOnent of Heine Twhwa, A e, auch as
Hemp Kharl anil Herrlha Twine, Itart Patent (Jill
rNel Twioa, Cotton Shatl and Harriot Twine, 8hoe
TtireaJa, ate. ore. Also, Bed Cords, Hough Linaa,
Hahara, Traces, Cotton and Llnan Carpel Chains,
4tc, all of which be will d'wpnsa of on reasonable
Ph iladelphia, Juna 84, 148. ly
AviUGirrs. ... ..
Indian Vegetable I.
This meillehie is cunpouisled on rreneral nrinciple, frem
the pnre, timdnrfeTated fieri nf Ibe Indian. Although
here are marry meihcinea mllrxl hy (he same name, evarr
one Is atvare Ustt there Is a very treat difference among
Ihsin. Thoae uf them tint are called "Indian," hare stolen
the name from us, who were the Drat tn Introduce e preps-.
red Indian mertipine tn the A tnerlean public. Of emrrss a
shnilarltjr of imrne does not create a slmilsrily la the flvsr-
aeter of the medielns. ... ... ,
Wright's Indian Verntahle rilis are dimliuililshed fr
tiieir perfect adaptation to the human bufy In their riper.
atlon, they do eiaelly what railnre does, and renMnf arore.
Tliey hare a rmra-rnLa scnoa, Upon the Nrnes, atin, kid.
neys ann nowele. Hence their aeeuliar power srrrteM
Ily proinotint perspiration, they break up Colas Cotuns,'
iraustsTic Complaiht, tun in ttra Bac, CRorvu,
itssrjts Rummi, Pianu. Bivrmls. PawriLaa.
KavsiraLAs, Ac. ....
The action of lha Pills on the kidneya is anch aa tu make
them a valuable llthuntriptle. Duirot, Oaavtx, and Fe
MLa Complaints, arisirnt from attractions at eenaia
periods, are speedily rem eyed hy Uierr sap, . i .f
A free hxracmatTio frrm tlie hmcs is earitcd bv, the
nse of Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, thna removing;
Pnhrmnary Coniplniiils, rrn-h as AstriaiA,' flaoircmTis,
pViamass amd TiniiTHKss or rut Bbsast, Oonghs, &ne
Throrrt, . .
By tiieir action on the Ptohich and Bowros, the Pills
enre IlrspcrstA, I.ivna Covplaist, PALrirATioa or m
HkST, FLATrl.ancT, rosTrVKxea., Favaas of all kinds,
Pleurisy, lleudanhe, Giddiness, Dysentery, Piles, and all
isnrdera of the intestines. .
Taken In small doses, Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills'
become an ALTenrrtTivs mdicine, of great searching ef
ficacy, for Die cure offoans of all kinds, TrrTl(g, Toaoas,
Auanics. Lmrniu or friniTs, Nkvhalu, Sash,' Pains
t? Tna Boxes, c.
These Pills also thoroughly break Bp IrmxrasA, in
whieh complaint they are extremely valuable.
In BiLtnt's CoMPt.AtiiTs, these Pills exercise a eomplets
mnsterv. IleiK-e Favxa Ann Anra is speedily cured by tha
of them, In the Wintern and Sutheni States, where
this disease miitly pn'vnils, these Tills go like an Avalanche.'
While they are cheaper than the fever and ague . remedies
in general, Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills hare been
pr ti"unced superior to all of them. Indeed, it would ap,
pear that if there is one complaint over which these Pills
have m ne p wer tlmn another, it is Favza and Aoca.
For destroying ami expelling WcsSs, no Vermifuge is
superior to these Pills Although we have not taken pejus to
make this fuel public, Hie merit of the medicine itself has
ac'iiircil for it an extensive repu'tati ai ami sale for 'the re
moval of Worms Administered to adults or children,' Uie
effect of the Pills is equal! mff'cal and decisive. All who
sulfer from Worms should "y all means, use Wright's lna
lian Vegetable Pills.
u fact, no one can tr i amiss in the use of this rmjdicine.
They are uatunil to the b"dy ns food Is. A triuf wif
convince the skeilicul thnt Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills
far from being a common "quack n.mtrum," are decidedly
the ni'iat viiluulile mulieinc everoffensl to the public..
Ocv. are of .Sugar Coated Counter-
Itetiieuilier that the original und only genuine Indian
Vegetable Pills have tlie wi itten signature of Wm. Wrighi
n the topl tltcl ol each Isix.
Wright' Indian Vegctablo VllU:
Henry Masser. Sunbury,
E. Sc 1. Kauffniari, Augusts losrnshf;
John II. Vine Dt, lliilhsiUsi7ue,
Knse & ltergstresser, Klysliurr).
Siinnol Herb, Little Mahon.iy,
William Ueppen, Jackson,
Ireliml and llaynes, McE wernsitte.
William lleinen V Brother, Millort.
I'oNVIhe, vvilsori Si Co., NuitbumberlanJ
James Ki ed, Potlsirrnve.
(1. W. Scnlt. Ru-hville.
V. & R Fegely. elhamokintiiwn.
IJhoJes ft Fairow. Bnyilcrstown.' '
Amos T. lleisell, Turbutsville.
Urnneville Hnlshue, Upper MalioiVoJ,
hit l. Kenn, do du.
E. I. Ii er, Watsontnwn. . .
Wliolesalc, at the office anil general depot, 169
Rare St., rtiilddrlpliia. July 8, 1848. -ly
aw 2V-a f
WESTEIl KEW YORItt "
207 Main street, Buffalo, N. YV
DR. G.C. VAUGIIN S
Vegetable LUhontriplie Mixlarc".' . ;
rpillrt eelehrnted remedy is constantly increasing its lame
X uy the many cures it is nuikiug
ALL OVER THE WORLD'.
It luis now hecomethe only incdicins fur finnily use, and is
iKirtieulurly recommended tor
all suures ol' this c miplaiul iuiiuedialely relieved, ao matter
ol h iw I n staiHliug. tee Phnmphlet lor trstiutonr.
GRAVEL, !... ...
and all diseases uf the urinary organs ;' for' th'aaa distreW
iiiK e siiilunils it stands alone ; no other article can relieve
you ; and the cures testified to will eonviiH'e the most skep
tical ; see pamphlet. Liver Complaint, Uull jus diseases,
FEVER & AGUE.
To I he lireut West esieciullr, and wherever these cou
pluiiils prevail this medicine is oflcred. ,
NO MINERAL AGENT,
no tlrlt'tcrioua p,miiouimI ia a part of tbia mixture, it,
cure thirtie tliaeuaea with certainty and celerity, am) duaa
not leuve the avxtcui tftil. rVe Pauiplilel.
a c Hiijtliiiiit ol' a m at nuiiii'ul chnrwter, ia .
lAlMEDIATELY KELIEVED,; .
uisl a euro 1.41 ws hy a lew days use ol' tills article; k la
far hef ru any other piepnratiou lor tins disease, ut for any
other diseusu ori;iiiatiiij. from iinuore laVsal. pVe psiu-
DEBILITY OF THE SYSTEM,; .
weak lack, weukness of the Kidney., Ac., or niflamrW
ti in oi suuie, is immediately relieved hy a few days use. of
this medicine, und a cure is ulwuys a result ut' ils us.' Il
A CERTAIN 11EMEQY, .. '
I" or such couipluints, and also for denuigcnieiita uf the le
1 RK EG U L.VRITI KS, SUITRESSIOS, .
pitiiit'dl inenttriuili'Hia. No urtit-lr liaa ever been inFi-re.!
extv4 thia whit-h wmittl t'Hiob tliia kind t drianiiigeineiita.
ii nny isr reiieti iiwm aa a anru antl outMruve remedy, kiki
ilij we lVH iiennittnl t do i c mKI eive
A TIUH'SAND NAMES,
aa iif ntt'oi' rurea in I hia riiatreatviiur claaa m ,c-Hnpbtita.
Set; uinilieet. All hri-teii down, deliilitnted c matitutiiHia
ir-in the rilW't o menniry, will find the braciiatf j-wer,of
thu iirliclM to art ininiottintcty, and the p.iaou .tia uiuieral'
erailutilod tr-iii tlieaviHem. '
will timl the nltemttve nrotrertlea of thia article.'
1TK1KVTHK BI-OOU. '
hih) driven auch Ui-eiie t'roni the ayatein. Sea paunpldet
for teatiiuony ol iitn a in ull diatettar. whk-b tbe litnita m
an itttvertiaeiiu iil will not t:mut to ue luuxxj bare. Afa.taV
pivr thein away ; they r mtain 33 (wtg'ea certincatva o'
liiifh charueier, ai-l a airoit'er
ARRAY OF PROOF . ...
H th Virtiii-a ot a medicine, wever aiNtirctl. ' Il ia taw nt
tin HMulmr iVvituruaoj' ttwa nrt.-le thai it aever taiaj (to
trciiftil In any ea-. am) il aial muaett' lire ivt to buikr
un vi kt tbu eiuariatctl and hntreriinr invalid
aist keep tiikin? the iiieilieine us ttur ns there is an im
Koveoivul. Tlie iir.ipri.Hor would
I'ALTION TIIK PUBLIC
MiriitiHt a nuiiits-r iU' artiefca whieh come iHit uisler tha
huud i . .
SAUSAPARILLAS, SYKUl'S, . .
na ciina l T lroiay, (imve), Ac: They are g'jod ! u--ttiiuK,
and cJiaiet'il to putt tlie unw:irv ;
TOl'CH THEM Not .
'Hieir iiiventora nei'er thHi;hl ol'rurhitf Au h diaenaea till
IhiaartiiJe bud done ii. X ttrtivulur aliatly ut t'w au
.hlet ia euriieatly ilicitol. (
A genu antl all who a-II the article nre
GLAD TO CIRCULATE ,
5rutuililr. Put up ui :m ns. bottles, al rfj; li'i'i doal
I men the Lrnrrr buktiraj 6 os. more than two email Ut
iles. Issik out and ffel imposed upou.. r.very bottle fear
"tan. rs Vt-xetHlo tJUsaiirnSM' .tnxture." (sown u,s
tae alaaa, the writteu surrssti
ss, the writteu siataslur ot "Li. C VssssssiU
dir.-cti.ais, and "O. O. VaeVtm, Uurrali
staiMfed our la.
c irk. Niaia otlmr ara rciimiim. Prepared be tar. 6.
Vanvhii, uisl aildal tk Prus'iisil tltfiee, an7 Maiu esn
HulliUv at wholesale and retaif No altenlaai fives to
lers uiuesa poat Mir--uruesa 4ruu stariusxiy ounauisaas
Airetus execptud; tsat paid lelleni, ta verbal eoainmnici
li ms adieiuiif advica, piamplJy atleisiWd lu jpiatie.
trlicee devtHl esrlusively lo toe aala of Una article-.
IM Nassaa at. New YorkcMy; 9I Kaaexat.PaNsra, Mass
and by the principal Drugg-su Ioiuui'ImjuI tha Vmtidsaali
and Canada, aa Agenui.
List of Aajents. Swrrrs saw WVdeasle A aenl rilarW
paM J. W. KlilluD, huijo Isaac Oswsasrt, SMbosarov
O A. WyUi, Iowluii-AH. I slsvaasas, Milsrss ITavi
A MvOmuuk, McKwmmsvuIs Miss MeCty,eUsaaaBSi
Apiil I, bVy
FOB SALE AT THIS OFFICE.