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SUNBURY, AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
TllE GLOBE. :
?mgrtuumd, Agricultural, and Literary
'ewipOftT. ' .'I"1'
ho Editors of the Congressional Glob propose
publication. To deMrrtttut patronage which
frost has accorded to their report! of it debates,
calving and making the Globe the official rejris
thejr intend to add promptitude to whatever
t haa hitherto recommended the work. They
publish a Daily Gidbe, to record the proceed
and debate ai they occnr ; and a Congrcsnion
:obe prriodically, ai herttoforo, embodying the
ts of Congreas separate from the misccllane
natter which will accompany them in the daily
.' To flU the sheet of die daily newspaper, it
agncd to gather the hews from all quarters, and
ilcte the contents by drawing from every source
may be of most interest among literary novel
and of great utility In scientific and pratical
a on agriculture. For material, the leading
ala and periodicals of France and Great Brit
'eating or such Subjects, will be consulted, and,
oped; advantageously used. Original essays,
ially on topics connected with agriculture, will
aiiied from the most enlightened and practical
f our country. - ' ; 1
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I5LAIK Sc RIVES,
shington, October 16, 1848. Nov. 25.
IE subscribers assignees' of Dcngler, Haas,
It Co., will expose to sale by public vendue,
mrsday the 8th day of February, 1849, on
TUB CHARCOAL FURNACE,
n aa the Paxixos Fcbkacx, situate on Sha
I Creek about 1 1 miles east of Sunbury and
i one fourth of a mile of the Danville dc Potts
Rail Road, together with coal house, two
ing houses, saw-mill and other improvements,
vilh all the necessary implements, necessary
tk said Furnace. There are also, cut and in
tavo- thousand cords of Wood, which will bo
it the same time. The location is a fine one,
.he country is well surrounded with good
e Furnace ia built on a perpetual lease at a
if $300 per annum for three years from April
after which time, the rent may be raised to
, per annum. The Furnace will be kept iu
until the middle of Jan'y next. Any persona
ng to view the same ean do so by calling on
emises. For further particulars apply to the
ribers. W.dc R. FEGELY.
nbury, Nov. SS, 1848.
r Tha Philadelphia Bulletin and Harrisburg
lone, will please publish the above, once a
, till sale, and send their bills to this office.
hereby given to all Legatees, Creditors and
ther persons interested in the estates of Jacob
tSadec'd.; settled by his adin'r. Peter Snyder,
cob Boush, dee'd ; settled by his adm'r. An
' Guffy, of Wm. Lemon, dee'd; settled by his
'r. Thomas Lemon, of Abraham-Eisler, dee'd ;
jd by bis adm'r. John 8. Eiater, of Robert H.
imotid, dee'd ; settled by his adm'r. William
.awson, of Frederick Kobel, dee'd ; settled by
executor Henry Latshaw, of Jacob Sliive,
1 ; settled by his adm'r. Samuel ct John, Sliive
aiil Lahr, dee'd ; settled by his adni'rs. Mi
I Lahr eV Abraham Lenker, of Dennis Wool-
m, dec d I settled by his adm r. Wm. Fegely,
lizabeth marts, dee'd settled by her adin'r.
r Purse; of John Jones, dee'd, settled by his
'tors wm. It. Muencn cx Ellsha Kline, of Mi
I Reitx, Sen. dee'd, settled by bis ex' tors Mi
I Reits dr. Peter Reitx, of Catharine Conrad,
J, settled by her ad'tor John Snvder. The so
rt of Jacob Hillbish,guardian of Elias Psifer,
account of Jacob Raker, guardian of Anne
ikleberger, the account of Wm. Raker, guardian
wis KotUermel, late of Northumberland coun
lec'd. That the Executors, Administrators and
jdiarishave filed their accounts with the Regis-
if uiif County, and that they will be presented
is Orphans' Court of said county, on Tuesday
2d day of January next, tor confirmation and
, , EDWARD OY8TER, Reg'r,
egisters oTice . )
unbury, Vtor. 88, 1848. J
itton Yam, Cottosi Carpet Chain, Cotton Laps
nd Wadding, Cotton Outlines, Ready made
U loan, Ready made Vests, Congress Knives,
whun lined prsscrvm tattiea, jut reoaivM
. . Sf lilBfiTB
aJSJ Oy ... 4V7V.a,
anbury, Dee. t, 1848
pLASTEft, Salt and fish, just received and for
PT ' c J. W. FRILING.
Sunbury , Dec S, 1848.
f AP& -An assortment just received. Also,
HATS at SS5, for sale by
H. MASSE R.
Sunbury, Dec, 3, 1848.
CYRUP MOLA88E8-nperior refined Syrup
Mol.iM. for -1 h HENRY MASKER.
Sunbury, Dec, 3, 1848.
.P1 UM 8HOES for Gentlemen and Ladies, just
JJT received and far sale by I H. MABUfctw
Sunbury, lcc.8 18482'
AXES of a very superior quality for sale by.
, v, H. MA8SER.
Sunbury, Dee. 8, 1848.
TJLANK BOOKS, An assortment
Books, lust received and aale by
' , H. MASSER,
Sunbury, Dec 2, 1848. ' '
COLUMBIAN SERIES OF
. The Pupil' $ friend and 2'earVer' tomfort.
THE COLUMBIAN CALCULATOR. This
WOrK IS aireaoy imrouueeu iiiiu wjiiio ui uic
best Acadamies and a large number of Schools,
where its use has given decided and universal sa
tisfaction, both to teacher and pupil. It is purely
American in its character, based upon our own
beautiful decimal ivstem of currency. It contains
more, the arrangements are better, and it is the
easiest and cheapest work of the kind now in use ,
and it is so considered by hundreds of the most
competent teachers and men of science in the Uni
on, who have recommended it, It is the book,
particularly and expressly prepared for our Ame
rican Scholar! : By Almon Ticlnor.
The Youth's Columbia Calculator. This
volume contains 91 pages, with about 900 exam
ples for solution on the slate. It embraces the
Fundamental Rules, Compound Rules, Simple
and Compound Reduction, Single Rule of Three,
Tickhob's Abithmktical Tables, is destined
for the use of younger classes in tha Schools of the
United States. A beautiful little book and pleas
ing to children, and the only one of the kind of any
There are Keys to both Arithmetics bound sin
gle or double, for the convenience of teachers, in
which the solutions of the questions are given with
much extra matter for the black board. These
Keys arc the most complete works of the kind ever
published, and contain, in addition, about two
hundred examples in Mensuration, &c, for the
use of the Teacher. All that is wanted is to have
the above books examined, and no teacher who is
acquainted with the science of Arithmetic, will
hesitate to pronounce them the best works that
have ever been published in this or any other
Although issued but a few months, they have
already been introduced into the Night Public
Schools of New York City in all the Schools
public and private, except two, in the City of
Reading. Also, in about twenty Acadamies in the
State of Pennsylvania in a large portion of the
Schools in the City of Wilmington, in the City of
Lancaster, and in the Boroughs of Harrisburg,
York, Chambcrsburg, Lebanon, Doylestown, Potts
ville, Orwigsburg, &c, etc
For sale by Hkxbt Maseeh, Sunbury, Agent
for Northumberland County.
Sunbury, Dec 2, 1848.
THIS Powder is warranted far superior to any
thing in use for imparting a keen, sinoothadge
to Kazors, Surgical instruments, and all kinds of
fine Cutlebt ; it may be applied to any kind of
strop. Also superior Razor, Knives, and Perfu
mery, wholesale and retail, by
ALFRED BENNETT, Agent.
Depot of Fine Razors, Strops, Brushes, and
Cheap Fancy Goods, No. 18 South Fifth street a
hove Chestnut Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Feb. 15th, 1848.
Thin may certify that I have used one of the
Strops prepared with HAYNES' MAGIC DIA
MOND POWDER, and can attest in the most
unequivocal manner, that there is nothing can be
found that will produce the same effect in mv onin-
i ion, and must say to others, try it, and you will
find it superior to any hejetofore in use. I can
truly say that I never knew what
a sharp razor
inY vPATT T G..r r..l It a IM.:-1
..-i a, nun ouiv ia&rr, ti a. xinru si.
PuiLADELruiA, October, 1848.
A very hard beard and tender face has compel
led me to seek and test many contrivances design
ed to make shaving; easy and pleasant, but with
indifferent success, until I made use of the Magic
DIAMOND POWDER, sold by Alfred Bennett,
and Roussel's Shaving Cream. Their united pow
er act like magic, and impart a power to the Razor
to remove tho most stubborn beard, without irri
tating the skin or temper of their owner.
J. COX, 49 8outh Fifth Street.
For sale at this office Price 25 cts. per Box.
November 35, 1848 6m.
To the nelriofllenryM'Gee.dec'd.
FIO Mi. had McGee, Rodney McGec, Dennis
1 McGee, Bernard McGec, Surah McGee, John
McGee, Catharine McGee, Margaret' Ann McGee,
Who have for their Guardian John McGee, Sarah
ntermarried with Darnel Labev. Nancv McGec.
Manaases McGee and Catharine McGee.
YOU are hereby cited to be and appear before
the Judges of our Orphans' Court, at an Orphans'
Court to be held at Sunbury on the 1st day of
January A. D. 1849, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
then aud there to accept or refuse to take the Real
estate of Henry McGee, dec iL, situated in Clulis
quaque township, iu the county of Northumber
land, at the Appraised Valuation put upon it by an
inquest duly awarded by the said court Of which
the aloresau! heirs will take notice.
JAMES COVERT, Sheriff
Bhrfl. Olfiee, Sunbury,
November 23th 1848
CHEAPER THAN EVER.
HAS just received at his store, in Sunbury,
an assortment of the cheapest Goods, that
ever came to the place, consisting of
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, kc.
French black Cloths, Cassinetts, &o. Cali
coes, ot excellent quality and colors,
price 6 to 10 cts. Good Muslins, a
yard wide, at 61 cents.
These are not the low priced trash articles
usually sold. Muslin deLaines, of hue qual
ity and patterns 18,. Handsome Terkeri
and other Shawls and various other articles.
The publio are requested to call and judge
Sunbury, Nov. 18, 1848.
TN PURSUANCE of aa order of the Or-
A- nhnn Pnnat KT. I V. rv... '..'
- vi .1UIIUUU1UCIMIIV VJUUJ,
be sold at nublio sain, on Friday tha 2ftlh
day of December next, oa- the premises, to
Wit : A Certain UlHIU an. I T l nf lor,. I allna.
ted la Rush township, in said County, and
known H the Union Corner Slnra House, ad.
. w a,.... aw, v. muvwiiw
ioininir land of Jos. Ra.nW KKaH nd
John PenseL containing two Acres and thirty
i wo percues mora or less. Late the) jMtatS
oi runnan iteea, aeo n. Bale to commence
at 1 1 o'clock, A. M. of said day when tha
terms oi eaie wiu matt known by .. . ,
JACOB REED, Adm'r
By order of the Court,
EDWARD OYSTER, Clk. V .
Sunbury, Nor. 18, 1848. f
DEATH TO PAIN
RtuD to twa Biral
Health lo the Weak!! A
BALM is found fur the
Whole Hurtian Rave la An
This Is an entirely vegeta
ble oompnand, composed of
Twenty-Five different ingre
dients, and Is an Internal and
External Remedy f, the ve-
ridlia Ilia thai human Aaak la
&2iS , not AS,
a. , li
Cuueha, Colds, Pains, Narvons and Sink Headache,
Rheumatism, Cuts, Rnrairis. Pninal Affections. Summer
Complaints, Cholera Morbua,Tonthache, Erupt ions, Com
nice, rniren rans, uurna, pcaios, Afrasia ine a ace sate
Breast, Painters' Collie, Bruises, old Sores, Loss of appe
tite, Ueneral Debility, Asthma, Ac. Put up in bottles lot
1, or 4 shillings per buttle. For further parrleulan see
FnmnhleU to he had of every agent gratis, ctmtaialuf a
brief history of the origin, discovery and goods effects of
nipjiiwi- rain nuier, i;eruncaies oi unrea, airecuone. e
LOOK OUT FOR FRAUD.
The triumphant success sf Andrews Pain Killer in re
moving the causes that produce death, the untimely death
of millions of our rare, has induced soma men of where It
may be truly said, their villainous occupations manifest
their villainy, to attempt to put iu circulation spurious and
counterfeit articles called ''Pain Killer," using Bctltioae
nnmes for the. nrctended author, fonred certiboates, ate,
Some have appeared, and others no doubt wiil appear. Let
all remember that Andrews Genuine Pain Killer has the
written signature of I. Andrews on the label of each bottle
in black ink. Don't simnlv aak for Pain Killer, but ask for
Aimrew rain nuier, ana nave no otner.
8 Jd liv M. A. McCay, Sola Agent, Northumberland j
1. W, Friling, Sunburv : John H. Roser, Milton I John R.
Mryer, lllonmahurg ; Wm. A. Murray k Co, Danville
Davenpnn Smith, Plymouth : Andrew Yohr, Wilkea-
lario j nnjra ft jicwimci, IfllbwoaTiira i mmtniv
Chamlierlniu, lewisburg i George McAlpin, Jersey Shore;
J. M.Judil, Williamapoil.
Oiders addressed lo I. Andrews. Inventor and only Pro
prietor at Itheca Tompkins county, N. Y. Will receive
sepiemrjer aw, imtj. iy
SUMMER AND WINTER COOKING
THE Hbove Stove, which is equally well adapted to Wood
or Coal, has received silver medals at the fairs of the
American luatitute, New York ; nf the Mechnnica' lusti
lute, Uiaton; of the Franklin Inttitute, Philadelphia; and
of the Mechanics' luatitute, Wilmington, Debiware.
It ia caMtble, if properly uaed, of doing more work, with
lens fuel, thnn any oilier ijtove yet offered to the public : in
winter it will wurm the luraest kitchen, while in aummer,
with the aummer dreaa atlached, it throws ont no more
heal than a charcoal furnace ; and for boiling, broiling, ba
king, or roasting, it cnniHit be surpassed by any other Stove,
0tei lire, or brick oven.
K fcujin.n r.A ua i iu.n.
CKItTiriCATE or THE JtOGEa or THK MeCUAMCa' 1.1ST1-
We, the suhaeribera, beinir eh sen Judges by the Maasa
chuaetta t'haritablo Mechnmea' Aaaociution in Boet'm, on
stovra, furnace, ranges, Slc. would inform the public, that
after testing alt the cooking stoves thnt were put into the
Fair fr exhibition, and letting each man manage his own
stove with the same kind of coal, in order to ascertain
whirh would do the same work with the least fuel in the
same time, and do it beat, we find that Stewart's Patent
Summer und Winter Air. Tight Cooking Stove, mnuafactur
ed by the patentee, of Troy, IM. Y., to be the beat, as it took
but 13 minutes to boil two gallons of water and bake biscuit
in the anme time, and hroil beef steak, and all done in the
beat manner with seven pounde of coal, in thirty minutea
from the time the fire was put into the stove. To which
we awarded the ailvcr medal. '
JAMKS GOl'I.D, WALTER CORNELL,
THOMAS MOULTON, A. D. WEBBER, and
JAMES PAGE, Judges.
The subscribers respectfully invite the attention of coun
try dealers, to one of the largest and best selected stock of
atovea, ever offered in this city, among which are the fol
Washington Ail Tight Cooks.
Vulcan do do
Eurekas do do
Largo Oven do do
Albany do do
Willis do do
McGregor Mammoth do
Premiums Cook S oves.
National Air-Tight Cooks.
100 Louis Air-Tight Parlor Stoves.
ISO Charles the 1st Aii-Tight do
300 Lady Washington, Air-Tight Parlor.
130 Washineton Air-Tight do
300 McGregor's three days Parlor Air-Tight
Coal Stoves, burning three days without atten
tion. For sale wholeaale and retail by North, Harri
son & Co. No. 390 Market street, Philadelphia.
I'uilndelphia, July 18th, 1848-
J. J. GP.EE1TOUG-E.
(Late Keller i Cireenough.)
AND MECHANICAL ENGINEER,
Washington, D. C.
DKAWIXGS and tapers for tho Patent
Ollice, prepared ami all the necessary bu
siness, in relation to securing patents, trans
uclej, and promptly attemled to, at their of
fice opposite the Patent Ollice.
October 28, 1848.
300 PERSONS WANTED!!!
fliHE Subscriber would respectfully inform
X his friends and the public cenerally. thai he
has just received a large anJ splendid assortment
Very best Stove.
consisting upwsrds of 300, among which ean be
loiinu Loosing stoves or different sues and pat
terns, Parlor Stoves, Stoves suitable for Offices,
Shops, &e All these Stoves will he sold eheap-
from S3 and upwards. Likewise on hand, a large
variety of Slove Pipe, Zinc, Tin-ware, Brass,
keltels of different sizes, Ac.
The snbacriber returns his thanks for the lib
eral encouiagement received, and invites the pub
ic to call ann sea bis present variety of Stoves. ice.
(COId Iron, Casting, Conner, Pewter and
Grain taken in exchange for Ware.
Sunbury, Sepf 23, 1818 3m
RICH FANCY FURS FOR LADIES' WEAR
So. 10-1. Chest nut Street,
A few doors above Third, Philadelphia,
would invite ths ladies In call and examine hi
superior stork of Muffs, Boss. Tippels. dec. n
every vsiiely, consisting of Rich Kusais Sjble,
Hudson's Bay Msrltn, Norway Mailin, Mink 3a
ble, Bsum Merlin, Stone Marlin, Ermine, Filch,
Lynx, oVo, dee. rbese skias bsva bten sehcled
with gresl esre.and are matle by lbs best workmen
in the country. Lsdies inny rest sssured that no
article will be offered forssl in this estsblisbroenl
llist is t.ol perfect in every i expect.
CH AK1.ES UAKrORD,
No. 104, Che nut ttreet, between
Third and Fourth it recti
September 30, 1848 6m
Oysters! Oysters!! Oysters!!!
. T. SANDERS,
"O ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens ol
Jai Sunbury and vicinity, that he constant'
lv keeps on hand the best Quality of oysters,
in the shell and otherwise, which will be
served up in the best style, on the- shortest
notice. His establishments is opposite the
Presbyterian cnurcn, DiacaDerry street, sun'
cmnbury, twt. b io vmo
HEW CHEAP GOODS.
The largest kaaortment In Town,
- John W. Friling,
11 ESPECTFULLY inform his friends and
JbL customers, that he has received the
largest and best assortment of goods aver of-
terea in Dunoury. uniiing oi .
Groceries, Hardware, Queentware, Liquori,
, ., ' : :' Drugt Pavui
and a great Taristy o( othar articles.
The nublio are respectfully reouealed to
call ana examine bis stock before purchasing
Sunbnfy7 Nof . , l4i;
GOLD PENS, PEN HOLDERS & PENCILS.
- a. & n. aSrimTxv-
. (UVeafUisarmof A. O. Bagley k Co.) -MiflcraCTvasaa
r Gota Pass, P atosa
" PlRCIlS, l
No. 16 Maiden laAne, WevrTork.
WE, the Subscrlbsrs offer to tlie trade, srul
ths public gsnerelly, nur differenl style
of Quid Pens, which are warranted aiiiust sl im
perfect iona by fair usage, and also tube supeii.it
in svsry respect to any others mads. Having In.
creased fscilities for manufacturing, we aro deter.
mined that no pen shall be delivered fiomour es
labliahment unless it is psifict VV's slso keep
eonstsrrtly mn hand our superior Uold Pencils, and
Pencils with Pan, which we are ensbled lo ffnr st
lbs lowest rstes. All otdala sddrsssed lolha fob.
scribsrs, will be carefully and promptly attended
O. & E. M. 8MtTH.No. 16 Maiden LanaN.Y.
Oct. 7, IMS 3m ,
CIIFAP WATC'IIES it JEtTELRT.
J. & W. L. AVARD,
Ns. 108 CHESNVT Street, Philadelphia,
Opposite tk Franklin House,
IMPORTERS of Cold and 8i!ver Patent Le
ver Watches, snd Manufacturers of Jewelry
A good assortment slways on hand. Cold Pa
tent Levels, 13 jewels. 838: Silver do 818 to
830; Gold Lepines. 830; KiWer do. 8 19 to IS:
Clocks and Time Pieces, Gold Pencils, 8193,
upwsrds; Diamond Pointed Gold Pens, 8I.50;
Gold Brscelets and Breast Pins, in great vsriely;
Esr Rings; Miniature Cases; Gusrd Chains,
819 to a5 l isted Tea &eta, Castors, t'ake
Baskets, Csndlesticks, Britannia Wara, Fine Ivo
ry Handled Table I'uilery, and a general assort
ment of Fancy Goods.
FORK AND SPOOtt MANUFACTORY.
J.&W L. WARD, No. 108 CHESNU'P ft..
Philadelphia, opposite the Franklin House,
Manufacturers of all kinds of Silver Spoons,
Forks, Tea eti. Ladles, Ac. All work made
by us is stamped with our name, and warranted
to be made of purely American coin.
Philadelphia, August 13, 18186 mo.
FEVER AND AGUE! !!
BY ROWAND'S TONIC MIXTIHE ! ! .
THAT great National, Old Favorite. and Ster
ling Remedy ! ! 1 of EIGHTEEN YEARS-
STANDING still unapproacbed in ita wonder
fill success, certainty, and saf ty, in the cube or
WEETCHKD COMPLAINT I ! !
(XT' If you would etcape the arsenics! (po:mn.
out) counterfeits tske not a bottle from any one,
that is not guarded by the ' written lign'ature''
of the original inventor snd proprietor, John R.
Rowan d, on a paper label, crouing the mouth
This remedy hss never been bolstered up by
false and decei ful puffs, but has won its way to
the confidence and universal adoption of the in
babitanta of Fevkk and Ague Districts BY IIS
GOOD WORKS AND FRUITS ALONE, to
which sll thesgents, and every person who have
used it, well testify.
113 Arch Street Philadelphia.
Agents for Sunbury Ira T. Clement, J. W.
Friling, H. Masser and Geo. Bright.
Agents for Northumberland Forsythe, Wil
son dr. Co., R. M. M'Cay.
.tugutt 3, 1848 eow
UNRIVALLED STYLE OF HATS
CHARLES OAK TOR 1),
So. 104 CHESTNUT STREET
Would respectfully invite attention to his superior
style of lists for autumn. 1818, winch will be
found Ihe most perfect ever txfore offered lo the
community. Its peculiar forms renders it the more
di sirsbl , ss it combines sll the essentials of dure.
lulity smlneatneas, requisite in that article of ilrsss
wliilts his increased facilities in in manufacturing
wiih all the moderu improvements, ensbles him
I u 1Hallasss tbs Wobld lo produce a belli r
CmLDatVs FaMcr Hats and Caps or the
Latest Mona. These goods have been selected
with great care, and will be found moat beautiful
snd chaste in their styles.
Ladies Midi so Hats ad Cars or Kntise-
lt hew Pattesns. Great csrebss been bestow.
ed in constiurtii'g these srticles. tbt they msy fit
peifictly eay and form a graceful appearance.
104 Chestnut si. a few doors sbova Third.
September 30, 1848 ch June 94, 1818 ly
OF a superior quality, handsomely colored, and
pul up in beautiful Morocco Cases, complete,
for onlvONE DOLLAR, st SPIELER'S CHEAP
DAGDERREAN GALLERY, No, 80 14 WAL
NUT Street, below Fouith, Philadelphia. All
Pictures made at this establishment will be Wit
Philadelphia. Sept. 33, 1848 6m
246 aso 413
THE CHEAPEST and LARGEST
Gold and Silver Watches.
IN PHILADEDAJI1A. v
Gold Levers, full jewelled, 18 caral
case :i0 sml over
8ilver Levers, full jewelled $16 snd over
- l.e pines " (II ana ox i
Quarters, ) 6 to 1 10
Gold Pencils, I 60
Silver Tea Spoons, rqml loeoin, 4 60
Uold Pens, silver holder snd pencil. I IK)
With s splendid ssaoriment ot all kinds of
Watches, both gold snd silver ; Kicb Jeweliy, dec
cVe, Gold Cbsin of tha beat menufscluies, snd in
fact every thing iu Ilia Watch aud Jewelry line
at much leas pi ices than can ba b uglit in this
city or elsewhere.
Plesaa aave Ihu advemsement, snJ call at ei
ther LEWIS LA DOM US.
No. 413 MARKET si reel, sbeva Eleveulh,
north side, oi at JACOB LADOMUS,
846 MAKEET at., first alors below Eight, south
try We bsva Gold and Silver Levers slill chsa.
par than tha sbova prices a liberal discount made
lo the trade.
September 83, 1848 -6m
LINN, SMITH & CO.
2131 Market Street,
DRTG3 t ItTeDICINES,
Paibts, Oils, Olass, Die STurrs,
Vabbisbeav. 4c, die.
Pstenl Medirinas, Msdicins Chests, Surgical and
ObsUlncal Inatiamsota, Chemical Testa, etc,
Oiders from Merchanls or Physkisns, by
letter or oiDsrwise piompuy aiienuca lo.
August. 8, 1848. 8m
TO CANVA88 TOR SOME NEW AND
POPULAR WORK, iri svsry COUNTY
throughout the United Butes. To Agents, ths
most liberal ncourstemsnl Is oftared with a
small eapitsl ofS6 toll Oa A chance is offered,
whersbr aa stsnl can saaka from 810 lo 888 par
week For fuilbar psiliculsrs, address (postpaid)
S ...aa L .W. aw
m m. sr. biissi,
No. 188 North 6ECOND Strsel,
PbUadslpais, Sept. 8, 1646,-.6j.
DR. TOWSSLND'S COHPOOD EXTRACT OF
rpilIS Eatraet Is pot op In quart bottles. It s sis times
-J. cheaper, plea Banter, and warranter! superior to any
ii cures oiseaaes wiinout vomiung, purging, sics
tiess, ot rlsbililaUng the patient, and Is parties arty adapted
FALL AND SPRINO MEDICINE.
The great beanty and superiority of this Saraanarllla over
utlier remedies Is, whilst it eradicates disease,
it invigorates tha body. .
Oonsumplion cured. r
i , . , Cleanse and Strengthen. , ,
Consumption can be cured. ' '
Bronchitis, Consumption, l.iree Cmplaint, Colds, Coughs,
Cslarrh, A athma, 8pitting of Blood, Soreness in the
Chen, Hoctie Flusli, Nisht Sweats, Uiifi.
cull snd Prufuse Kxpeetoration,
' and Pain in the Bide,
have and ean be eared,
rrobshry there never was a remedy tlmt haa been so suc
cessful in oeapemta oaf of eonaumpUou aa this ; it clean,
ses and strenglhens the system, sml appears to heal the ul
cere on the Innga, and patients gradually regvui their usual
health and strength.
CURIOUS CASK OP CONSUMPTION.
There ia scarcely s day passes but there are a number of
esses of eonaumption reported as cured by the nee of Dr
evST"'" S,r"P,iu- Th" f'stowing was reoouUy, re
Ir f owaasarj Dest Sir: For the last three rears I
lavs been afflicted with general debilily, and nervous con.
nimntion of the hat stage, and did not expect lo ever gain
my health at all. After going through a course of medicine
n idor the ears of some of the moat diatiiitruiaiicd regular
rtiyaiciana and members of the Boald of llualUi in New
1 ork and elsewhere, end spending the nvist of my earnings
In attempting to regain my health, and after reading in
J.1! PT r'rsanBrilla 1 reaulved to try it. After
using six bottlea I luiind it done me great gowi; mid called
do morhJf .,H!;,"1ei i,h vr artviee, ke,rt on, and
tokh h.T. y th"!!k "ou.';,r udvil- Persevere in
Zt!$ S"P"r'"ai ' ve been able t- attend to my
hhW i?fii.Bnd ?ol,r f""P'la to cntinue mv
fcLv'-.; a pcd mo J"""1 ,he eapectuthms sll who
knew my easn. . CIIARLKS QUIMIIV
prange, Essex eo. N. J., Aug. a, it,)7. '"
Rateof New Jersey, Essex canity, ss.-rharlcs Ouim
by he ng duly swvn according to law, mi his cth suith,
thit the fntcgmiig ataternent la true aecailing In the best of
hiikniiwledgcand belief. CHARLES ULIM11Y
Sworn and snliseribed to before me nt Oronge. the ad
Ajgiial, 1847. CYRUS BAl.uWl.N
spirr.No B,Wlu",,,u' u,el'e,-
Read the fll,iwing, and say that consumption is iu incn.
ruble if you can :
... New York, April 43, 1817.
Vt. Towksexb : I verily believe that your Surauparilkl
haa been the means, through Providence, of saving my life
1 have for several years had a bad cough. It became worse
and worse. At last I raised large quantitica of blood, had
night sweats and was greatly debilitated and reduced, and
did not expect to live. I hnve only used your Sarssparilla
but a short time, and there hns a wiaidnrfnl change been
wrought in me. I am now able to wnlk all over the city
I raise no Mood, and my cough haa left me. You can well
imagine that 1 am thankful fir these results. Your obedi
ent servant. WM. RIJSSKLL, 85 Catharine st.
LOST HER SPEECH.
The annexed certificate tells a simple and truthful story
if suffering and relief. There are thouaanda of aimilnr ca
ses in this city and Brooklyn, and yet there are th.nisands
of parents let their children die fur fear of being humbugged
or to aavs a few shillings.
. Brooklyn, Sept. 13, 1S47.
Dr. TewasgKD: I tske pleasure in stating, for the bene
fit of louse whom it may concern, that my daughter, two
VMira and six niontha old, was afflicted with general de
bility and loss of speech. She was given up as past je
eovery by our family phyaiciau; but fortunately 1 waa re
commended by a friend to try your Saraaparilla. Before
having uaed one bottle ahe recovered her speech and was
enabled lo walk alone, to the astonishment of all who were
acquainted with the circumstances. She is uow guile well,
snd in much better health man she has been for la months
pus;. JOSEPH TAYU1R. I4S York st., Brooklyn.
TWO CHIIaURHX SAVED.
Very few families indeed in fact we have not heard of
one lliat used Dr. Towuscnd's Saraaparilla in time, lost
sny children the past Summer, while those that did not,
sickened and died. The cercificate we nublish below ia
concluaive evidence of ita vuhie, and is only another instance
of its saving the lives of children :
ur. lowssKxo Duirhiri I liad two children cured by
your S-iraannrilla of the aiinuner coinpLiint and dyacnlnry;
one wua only 1.1 mouth old and tha other 3 year's. They
were very much reduced, aud we expected they would die ;
they were given up by two resiectalle physicmna. When
the doctor informed us that we must lose them, we resol
ved to try your Saraaparilla we had heard so much of, but
had litlle confidence, there being s much stuff advertised
that ia worthless: bill we are thankful that we did, for it
undoubtedly saved the lives of both. I write this that oth
ers may be induced to use it. Yonre, rese'tfiillv,
JOHN WILSON, Jr.
Myrtle-avenue, Brooklyn, Sept. 13, 1MI7.
TO THE LADIES.
GREAT FEMALE MEDICINE.
Da. Towxskxd's Saksat auilla ia a sovereign nnd apeedy
cure for incipient tiitisiuuption, uud for the general pruatra
ti'ai of the ayslcin jin inntler wlicther the result of inhe
rent cause or causes, produced by irregularity, illness or ac
cident. Nothing can be more surprising thnn its invigorating ef
fects on the human frame. Persona all weakness and lus
silude. fnsn Inking it at once lieeome robust and lull of
energy under its induenee. it immediately counteracts the
nerveiessuess of the female frame, which is the great cause
It will not be expeeted of us, in cases nf so delicate a na
ture, to exhibit cemheates of cures performed, but we can
aaaure the afflicted that hundreds ia' cases have been rcpor-
liii w ua.
Da. TowxsEan i My wife being greatly distressed by
weakness snd general debility, aud suffering continually by
paiu and with other dithculliea, and having known cases
where your medicine hns effected great cures ; and also
hearing it recommended for auch cases ss I have described,
1 obtained a bottle of your Extract of Saraaparilla and fol
lowed the directions you gave me. In a short period it
removed her eompluiula and reshaed her to health. Being
greatful ftf the benefits alls received, I take pleasure iu
inus acKiiowuMgmg it, ana ruooinmenaiiig it to the public.
Al. U. MUUllli,
Albany, Aug. 17, Ml. cor. Grand it Lydia sts.
No fluid or mediciiu has ever been discovered which so
nearly resembles the gastric juice or saliva in decomposing
fond snd strengthening the organs of digestion as this pre
paration ol Snrmnarilia. lt Dositivelv cures everv cnae of
dyspepsia, however severe or chronic.
uans AMpartment, Aiuanv, may iu, lHia.
Dr. Townsend Sir : I have beeu afflicted for several
ye re with dyapepsia in ita worst form, attended with sour
ness of stomach, hiss of appetite; extreme heartburn, and a
great aversiou to all kuals of food, and for wueks, (what 1
could ent) 1 have been unable to retain but a small porthm
on my stomach. I tried the usual remedies, but they had
but little or no effect in removing the complaint. 1 was in
duced, abrnit two months since, to try your Extract of Snr
sapsrilla, and I must say with little confidence ; but after
using nearly two bottlea, I found my appetite reatored and
tha heartburn entirely removed ; and I would earnestly re
commend tha use of it lo those who have been atlticted as 1
have been. Yours, Ac, W. W. VAN ZANDT.
Agent for Sunbury JOHN W. FRIIJNG ; Nor
thumberland, MARY A. MeCAY: Danville, WM. A.
ApuiiN, lis. ly
PM!., Kendall?, and Pottsvllle
CHANGE of Hours, and two Trains Daily
each way, except Sundays.
On and after Monday, May 1st, 1818, two
trains will run each way, daily, between Phila.
MORNING LINE ACCOMMODATION.
Leaves Philadelphia at 7J A. M. daily except
Pssses Resiling st 10 43 A. M.
Leaves Poltsville at 7) A. M. daily except
Sundays. Pssses Resdihg at 0 10 A. M.
Tbs above Line slops at all way atations ou
the road as formerly.
AFTERNOON LINE FST TRAIN.
Leaves Philadelphia at
2J P. M .daily except
Leaves Poltsville at 2
r. M , daily except
Leaves Phcenixville 3 4S
" Pottstown, 4.13
Leaves Sch. Haven, 2 37
" Port Clinton, 3 00
" Reading, 3.30
" Pottstown, 4 30
" Phcenixville, 3 00
Arrives st Slats
" Port Clinton, 3,43
" Sch. Haven, 6.10
Arrives at Polts
ville, 6 30
Tbs afternoon train will slop only at the abova
named alations. Passengers for other points
must therefore take the Morning Line ,
Depot in Philadelphia, comer of Broad and
Vina Streets. No Passengers csn enter the Cars
nnless provided with Tickets.
NOTICE. Fifty pounds of baggage will ba
allowed to each passenger in tbess lines ; snd
paasengers are expressly prohibited from taking
anything as baggage but their wearing apparel
which will ba at the risk of its owner. No
freight will ba taken by these lines.
By order of Board of Minsters.
S. BRADFORD, Secretary
May , 1818. If
Wardrobe of Fasulonuble
J. W. & . D. STOKES,
Ko. 194 Market Street. Pint Clothing ttorebe
low Sixth, ,
117 HERB the are constantly engaged in get
' ting up from the best French, English and
American cloth, clothing cut and made up in the
most superior snd fashionable stylo. Persons
who buy to sell, will find large and Excellent
stock st tbs lowest city prices. C'othing made
up to order, iaa superior stylo st ths shortest
N. B. Odd Fellows Regalia. Isris assort
msnt always on hand. Orders from Lodges sad
individuals promptly attended tooa the most rsa
Philadelphia, June 9, itsl-ly. .
A SOVERI intv HEMF.DY FOR
GEORGE B. GREEN, PiiopiunToR.
19 s sovereign remedy f, DYBPEPrMA, In many of an
forms, such aa pam in tho Stomaoh, Heartburn, habitual
Coativencss, Aeid Stomach, Headache, UintuH Appetite,
Piles, Night Sweats, and even Consumption (Dyspeptie
Phthisic,) and Asthma, or Phthisic attended with deraiise
menl of tha Stomach (or Dyspeptic Asthma,) Difficult
Breathing, which often results from imperfect digestion (or
Dyspeptic Syapnrea,) is relieved by these Bitters. Iu ahoit.
their use hss b-en proved in the relief of almost all the
symptoms tliat proceed from a debilitated or atonic conili
tfiai of the Stomach ; also in general debility arising from
age or from the effects of Fever, particularly Fever and
Airue. Females ainTeriiur nnder env uterine denusremeiit
ariaing from wenkneas, will Gisi tha "Ostoekated Uit-
TBBa'' an (.vealla,., Mnu.li. n.ul .a .IK.. -..
oine in use. .
The history of Olia medicine Is peculiar, ll has made its
way lo public favor solely by the ihrco of its own iutrinaic
merits. No artificial moans have heea used to rive it no
toriety and thruat it upon public attention, lt has never
before even len advertised, but having first shown ita re
markable efficacy in the Inmily of tho proprietor, and by
nun ntlcrwHiils administered to hia nrTHprfd fricnila and s...
quuintaiieea with a like result, its reputation gradually ex.
uiimi i. an .wn iu me most distant parts ol the
Union, sa a medicine of unrivalled virtues in Ihe curs of
Dyapepsia in all its different forms, snd also for the cure of
AHthina or Phthisic. Its only herald and ils only cul vy
ties been the etorv of its ivn.i.l, rf.il ,T... .a i.,l.l
mouth to mouth or by letter fr.nn friend to friend. In evo
ry instance where these Bitters hove becu used, and the re
suit made known to Ihe propriety, they huve proved a re
medy. Numerous ccrtifientca, attesting the eiiurular efficacy of
the "Oxvosnated JliTTKaa," are iu the possession ol the
troprietor ; many ol them signnl by pcrsjna already widely
nown to the public.
OliO. B. OHEKX. Pronrietor
WIXDSOK, vt., OcMer 3, IMS. ' 'V',nr"
The tollowlng Cerliflenlea have recently been
. Wamiixotox, D. C, Jvxi 10, IS48.
Ilnviiur mailri nu, nt' il,a i.ri.,..-,.. in, ,-.. 1
by Dr. tic.,, u. tireen, nf W'iinlwir., Vt. and from know
ledge obtnined of their efficacy in other canca, wecheerl'ullv
recommend them to the public, belicvint-thutthcv willfully
miatniu the rceoiuiiiendiitioi, of the Propria or. 'We hope
that this valuable remedy nny Ik si u.-nerally diffused
throughout Ihe e.iuntry Unit it nuiv be aicessiblo to all the
SAMl'EI, PIIKI.PS, ,. . .
AVIL.IJAM i:pn . L. S. Senaliir Inmi ermiait.
v "'"'l'tt-AD, U.S. Senator nnd f .rnwrly Govern
Ia II. AU.NblJJ, Member of Couirrc. .,..1 r ,r,.,ari.. n.
vernor of H. I. 2
wm. woonimiDOE. r s s i ...i t.
vernor of Miehiirau. y -
M. L. MAUI i, Delegate ill Congress from Wisconsin
From H.m. II. D. Fo.TEn, Member of Congreaa from
WAsitixoriiN, D. C, June 10, 16-16.
Dear Sir, I have been a dv.oeitiic anflcrer for nlioui ta
yeara, and have rca irted to various medicines for relief
without auceeaa, until I made use of your "Oxygenated
Bitters." 1 hnve used nl.mt two bottles, and find myself
...-,....1 tr. , l i.i. ,1,1.- r .....
,-.-,-r.bu ... n.,lv, . nuuiui iue lonus iu wnien ine dis
ease showed itself, in my case, were, great acidity of the
stomuch, loss of appetite, extreme flatulence, severe consti
pation of the bowels, and violent headache. Keeling desi
rona tliat a kuowlnlge of your valuable remedy may reach
othera aimihrly atflicted. I take great plcaaure in record
ing my testimony to ita curative power; and would also
reuinrk. that while on a visit at homo a ahort time since, I
administered a part of a bottle to a nuinlwr of my uftiicted
Iriends, with great succss. Thev are desirous tliat you
should establish nn sgeney at Pittaliurg. or inform them
where the medicine can be obtained. With an earnest de
sire for your prosperity and happiness, I snlwribe mvaelf,
truly yonr friend II. D. FOSTER.
uoct. lino. H. unEES.Winda ir, VI.
Sold Whi'lesul aisl Itetnil bv Giecn A Fletcher. N'o.
26 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia.
Agent iir winnury ii. ri. .m.?m;k.
Agenta for Milton MACKAY A 1IAAO.
April 13, 118
WESTERS SEW YORK
COLI.KGJa OP HEALTH,
207 Main street, Buffalo, AT. Y.
1)11. G.C. VAUCJH.YS
Vegetable Lithontriitic Mixture.
THIS celebrated remedy ia constantly increasing ils fame
by the iiuiuy cures it ia making
ALL OVER THE WORLD.
It haa sow become the only medicine for family ue, aud ia
particularly recommended for
all stages of this complaint immediately relieved, no mutter
of how long standing. See Hlmniplilct for testimony.
and all diseases of the urinary organs ; for these distress
ing coiiipiuiuia ii suuuis alone ; no other article can relieve
you ; and the cures testified to willcouvinee the most skep
tical j sue pamphlet. I.iver Complaint, Millions discuses,
rtVEK & AC.LE. :
To the Oreilt West esoeciallv. uu,l wherever liiaaa link
plaints prevail Ulis uieilieine ia'euereil.
ISO MINERAL AGENT,
no delvtcri' us eomnouud is a tairt of this mixture, it
cures these digcuaea with cerbiiutv and celerity, and does
not leave the system torpid. se Pamphlet.
a complaint of s most pninful clinnicter, is
and ft cure luUnu-l hv a loiv ilitva nam nf fhisiartipU it .si
far before utiv othtfr urenarution lir Ihia iiisuiiM. ir tor muv
other diitoaaio urigiiwUng Iruai impure Uoud-tfu pain-
DKUlLl l Y Ot THE SYSTEM,
weak back, weakness nf ihe Kidnevs, Ac, or inAamma
tlou ot same, is immediately relieved by a few days use it '
this medicine, and a cure is alwaya a result of iu use. It
A CERTAIN REMEDY,
for such complaints, and also for derangements of Uis fe
puiiUul meiutnutiuiia. No artich- hue ever becu i0Wetj
except tla wbicu would toucu tUi kind ol' deruiLcittcnU.
It may be relied ujxiii aa a sura und tftcctivo reiutdy, aud
did we leel permit twl to do so nmld ivts
A THOUSAND NAMES.
as proof of cures iu litis diatlrvMinir claM til' eomnluiniM.
1V laniptilet. All brokeu down. deUlitated O'lisututions
from the riftct of mercury, will find I be bravixuf power of
iiiisj nrtti'ie uisi't iiujiieiiiiueiy. ftiiu uic potsouous uuuerul
efudicatui iroiii tlicsvnteiii.
will find the ultcrative pninertiea of tins article.
1'UKlt V THE WsOOD.
aiHl driven auch dnttiasea from the syHteiu. "frc ianiphtet
for testimony of cures in all diseases, winch tho hunts of
an advertisement will uot eniut to ha nnnunl here. Agents
give them away j they con tan i l utiles vt' vvrlitacatcs of
high cUuracLur, and a stronger
ARRAY OF PROOF
of the virtues of a nurliriue. never apwnred. It is one f
the peeuliur feature of this article that it never lulls to
beuetit in any ouse, and it b"-ne and muwle are left lo build
upou let the ciuucutted and lingering unalid
aitd keep takitur the mediciiie as knif as Uiera ia au Ua
invVCUKIIV. IIS3 ve 'III in" 1 H'TIS!
CAUTION THE PL'BLIC
against a uumber of articles which come out under ths
as cures for Dropsy, Gravel, fcc. : They are good (of uu-
umia, ajui vuuvmicu vt uuu ine uuwury ,
TOUCH THEM NOT
Their inventors never thought oi curing such diseases till
this article had done it. A (tarucukt study oi th iaitt
phlet is earnestly solicited.
Agents aud all who sell the article are
GLAD TO CIRCULATE
futuitously. Put up in 30 ot. bottlea. at ftc ' Id ua. do
I each the bugia hokiiitf tf os. more than two amall liot
Ues. isook out and net iuitsed upu. Every buttle has
4 Vaughn's Vegetable laithontn(ic Mixture1 blown tun
the gUuta, tho written signature of G. C. Vaughn" on the
directions, and "G. C. aughn. Uuftuio," staiuped on ths
cork. None other are suiiuine. --Pre pared by Dr. G. C
Vausjhn, and sld at the Prutcipul Office, i7 Iaui street,
Buffalo, at wholeaale aud retail. No attention given to let
ters unless post paui-orilurs from regularly constituted
Ageuls eaotpted; post pan! letters, or verbal enmmuuiea
tioos suliuttuig ad v tee, pnanptly attuuded to gratis.
Omcee devoted exclusively to the sale ol Uiis article
13. Nassau at. New York city ; flu6 tUscz st.Bulein. Mass.;
and by the principal Druggutu Uuoughout the fuiled States
and CeUUada, aa Agenu.
loat of Agents. Itootn Jt ou.. Wholesale Agent PhiladeU
phia J. W. Friling. Sunbury laauc Gtrlart, 8eUnsgTov
C. A. Wyeth, Lewisburg II. I ftheafer, Milton Hayes
McCoriuica, McKweuavdle Miu McCoy, Northumber
stvud. April 1, l&lf y
A TH0DSSB POLLSBS HSTEO I
ASHCY & ROCAP,
llaland Cap Mauuract urers,
South Eatt Corner of lh and Market Street,
Batemeut t(arj. . ,
AVK eoostanllr on hand a full sod complete
assortment of HATS, UAI"S, snd rUHS.
Abo sn elrasnl sssoTiment of mW anJ soys'
LaghoHi, Psnsros. and Palm-leaf Hals. All ot
whicb bf a sasiug of $1000 in rent, will ha sold,
wholessra and retail, al tea very lowest prices.
Coanlfjr deslars would do well to rail, as bj s
eooomjr snJ low lanl, w sis a'nstlaj lo sail st
sr nw rales.
tins lOib, U48. If
TESTED BY THOUSANDS AND , 7
i iinot sLT itnoTrnt i
Every day is this celebrated medicine asters-tag ths
siihere of its uscfuluoss, and crery year sikiiug to the long ,
catalogue of its triumph. . ,
A MIL1JON OF 1IOXK9 ara diatrftrted .n u.
out full)-nieethig the demand! For some time pa, tbs
sales nave been limned solely for want of facilities of sap
ply. Truly this ia si universal remedy! Unhcnud, thssa
pills have found their war into ths remotest corners of tha
Union, everywhere proving their title a ths poor nan's
friend sink man's hope the marvel snd blessing of tha
For a tririiitg sum, every individual and every family may
have HEALTH lNfl HKD In them for an indefinite rav
riod ; and wlial is life without health but a miserable exis- '
It is too precious a boon lo be tampered with, by tryiui
all sorts of experiments upon it. The sick should use thoaa
medicines only which experience has shown to be tha best.
A PHYSICIAN TESTIMONY.
From Cutskill, Green County, New York.
Ur. W. V rigid Pear Sir : I huve found your Indian
Vegetable Tills a valuable remedy in cnaes nf General De
bility nf the system, and in all Billions disorders. 1 am alj
pi the habit of reivnin:ViKliiig them tJ females in peculiar
observe them to operate ui the system without producing
debility or poin. having it iu a healthy condition.
June 40. HIS. Jon DoaNB, M. D.
THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE. :
From N'.a-ton Hill, Green County N. Y.
Dr. Wright : AVe have used snd add your Indian Vegeta '
ble Pills for three years past, and do not hesitate to recom
mend them to our friends and curtcmers as the best Family
Medicuie in use. N. & L. Ramsdeu..
From Marble IlJl Pa ,
To Dr. XV. Wrijrht Dear Sir : For the lust two years I
hnve had the agency for the sale of your Indian Vegetable
Pills at this place, aiul have sold annually large quantities st
'etail. They have iu every instance given entire satisfac
tion. Many families in this section keep them, and consider
ihem invaluuble as a family medicine. There is no msdi"
cine sold here that can be sn universally recommended as
XV right's Indian Veritable rills. Yery .truly yours,
February 1, 1648. XV. M. Lveexs.
TESTIMONY OF ANOTHER PHYSICIAN.
The followiug letter is in reply tua note from our agent
asking Dr. Bouton'sopiuron of this medicine :
TuMHAaxors, August 29, 1818. .
Mr. A. Durham Dear Sir : Li reply lo your note of yes
tenlay, I would state, tliat I have occasionally found it con.
veuiet to use the various ''Patent Pills" vended in the shops .
and white I am unwilling to say anything todepreciate the
value of others, lam free to confess that 1 consider Wright's
Indian Vegetable Pills superior to all others with which 1
am acquainted. I have used them fiu . many years both in
my own family and in my practice g::erally, and they have
uniformly proved mild, certain and aafe in their operations.
The care and skill with which liaise pills have been hitherto
manufactured are, in my opinion, a autficient guarantee for
likcgf'Htd resulta in future. Very resjMXU'ulty,
B. A. Boctox, M.D. '
Mr. B in practitioner of Ion experience, well known
in uud eveu beyond the lines of Wyoming county. He is
a graduate of Peiuisylvuuia, and highly popular with tha
people among whom he resides.
Iteivarc of Sugar Coated Couuter
lclls. Remember that the original and only genuius Indian
Vegetable Pills have the wiitleu signature of Wm. Wright
ou thv top lalicl of eac. . box.
Wright's) Indiau Vegetable ilU-
Jolm XT. Friling, Sunbury.
Henry Maxacr, Sunbury.
Hays A MeConnick, McEwcnsvills.
E. Ksutfinan, Augusta tp.
John H. Vincent, ChUisquaque.
Kaae A Bergstreaser, Elyaburg.
W. Kotherinct, Little Mnhouoy.
Hemen A Brother, Milton.
Forsyth, WHaon h Co., Northuruberlrnd
Jas. Reed, Pottsgrove.
W. A R. Fegely, ShuiiKikintown.
J. C. Morgan, Snyderstowu.
W. Deppin, Mnhouoy P. O.
Beuucvihe H ilshue, l'p. Mahonoy.
J. G. Kcnn, Line Mountain P. O.
llenj. Hedner, Lower Mahoning P. O.
Amos T. Brissell, Turlsittsville.
G. J. A T. Piper, Walsonville.
E. A. Kutzner, Boonaville.
II. H. Knee We, Elysburg.
Olhces devoted exclusively to the sale of Wright's Indian
VegeUble Pills, Wholesale and Retail, 16 Race at, PhUa
delihia, 2S8 Greenwich street, New-York, and 108 Trcmun
Dec. Mh. 119. ly
. ; rr-7 -r ; ; ' ! V
riui(able Life luNurancc, Anuulty
and Trust Company.
OFFICE 74 WALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
CAPITAL tfcTiO,tlUU. CltAKTEB PeKPKTCAJ.. ' (
rl'IIK Coiupaiiy are now prepared to tiansaet busiues
X upon 11m iu sit liberal and advantageous terms. They
are authorized by their charter (seel. 3) "to make all and
every iiwuranee apiertaiuing to hie risks of whatever kind
or nature, and to receive and execute trusts, make endow
ments, anil to grant and nureliase snnuities." The Com-
laiuy seli annuities and endowments, aial set as Trustees
for uiiiKas aud heirs
Table of Premiums required for the Assurunce of 610U for
tlie wieile term of Life.
a aa v a a .
Age. Prom. I Age. lrem. Age. Prem
Id I 50 31 M 46 3 aa
17 1 SI Vrl Hi 47 3 4
H toil SI i -II 44 3'J
11' I 5f HI 37 4A 3 77
!W IHU Ui 3J 60 3114
-'I I 6.1 :i 4 II) 514 1.1
ii I tsi :i7 a 17 M 4 .HI
Si I tin -2 .'.I .Vt 4 51
'-I 1 1'i 3V AM 51 4 71
'.' 1 TO 40 70 6.1 4 61
JH IM 41 8 HI 50 S IU
7 I OU ii 57 S SI
!H I il 43 3 01 58 554
M Id. 44 3 I 59 5 7M
3UH0J ii 3'jl 00 6 03
Tlie premiums are less than any other company, and the
policies alford greater advantages. Tables ol' hail-yearly,
aud quarterly premiums, half credit rates ol pretnuun, short
terms, joint lives, survivorships and endowments; also,
f.rtu of Appticati-si which there are lilank sheets') aro
to be hail on apoheatiou at ihe ortioe, of by lelter to the
Agent, J. II. PLKDV, Sunbury. . .
Rsrss roa imcbiku V1UU ou a tingle Life.
For I yei
F J years.
Fi.arLi-A oeraou aged 3d yesrs next birth dav. b
psviisj the tanpauy as oaiiu vAaild secure to has family
or heirs vtuu aaousi ue uie oue year j or I Of a,ou nc se
cures to them 81UU0; nr fur SI3 amuially for seven years
be secures to them 81UU0 should he die iu seven veers; or
for sv.iu.4U paid aisaually during hie be secures S100U to be
paid whei he dies. The insurer secur ing bis owu bauux.
by the difference in amnuiaot uraniums from those charged
uy other oiDces. F SId,5o the heirs would reueive V5UUU
should he die iu one year.
Porn ol appucatiou and all particulars mav he had ei
the oAee. J. W. CLAGHORN, President.
TkEASl'BSB KSARCU V. RaWLE,
H. G. Tuekett, Secretary. : "
ConsciriNo PuraicLaa Dr. J . B Masser, Sunbury. j
i. II. Pi but, Sunbury, Agent for Nanhumberland eoua
ly. - , .
SuuUury, July 8, 1848
WIIOLESALB AND RETAIL
ViXK AND Li4VOR DEALER
No 593 .L'orttf Street, Bebui Eighth, North tid.
Keeps eoostsnll oa bsnd all kind of olj Lis
quor, vis i Superior old rye whiskey superior,
Brandy, Gin, fee. Also whits brandy for pressr
ing, Wild Charryand Blackberry brandy.
Philadelphia, June 8, 1848. ly
. FOR SALE AT THIS OFFWt V