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SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL.
GEMS OF POESY. THE RATE OF BOftAPARTE. As sung by the Eddy Family. On a lone "barren isle where iho wild waving billow, Assails the item rock and the loud tempest rave, The hero lies still, while the dew dropping willow, Like fond weeping mourners, leaned over the grave. The lightning may flash, and the loud thun ders rntllo lie heeds not, he hears not, he's free from all pain :. ' - Ho sleeps his last deep, he has fought his last battle, No sound can awake him to glory ngain. 3h shade of the mighty, whero now are the legion 1 That rushed but to conquer when thou led'st them on, Alas ! they hare perished in far distant re eiotvs, . And all save ths fame of their ttinmplt is gone. The trumpet may sound and the loud can non rattle, They heed not. they hear not, they're free from all pain, They sleep their lust sleep, they hare fought their lost" battle, No sound can awake them to glory again. Yet spirit immortal, the tomb cannot bind thee ! For like thine own eagle tha soared to tho Run, Thou snrinireBt from bondage, and leavest be hind the, A name, which before theo no mortal had won. Though nations may combat and wars thun der rattle. No more on the steed wilt thou sweep o'er me piain : Thou sleep st thy last sleepj thou hast fought tnv in si uauie, No sound shall awake thee to glory ngnin. DR. SWEDTSE1VS cp S2r .acx csa tsa THIS Mrdicina If warnnlfil, nn oath, not to contain panic) of Calom.l, Corroalva 8uh- limatp. Arsenic, Chloride cf Oold, or any daltla- roua minerals. , The principle apod which this Mmlielns acta, la hT assisting and harmonising with naturrl ll ilrivrs out all foul acrimonious humor from tha blood and hmlv, and hy aaslmilstlna; with and trangthrninc tha t aatrie jiiica of tha stomach, It assist, tliienion in alort trwra la not a am. arte ry, mttecle or nrrve in Ihn human hmlv, that la not strengthen, I hy the PANACEA, and it alao possesses the remark alile property ar removing mercury from the hones and joints. FOR ERUPTIONS OP THE SKIN. Peurvv, Scortiu'ie Affections, Tnmore, rVrofula or Kinsa Evl , White 8e!lini, Erysipelta, Ulcers. Cancer., Running (Sore, Scabs and Site, lima ami a ilt-tei mined perseverance in D , SWEET' SER'3 PANACEA, will effect ( curs. FOR UVDIOE8T1ON. Rejection rf fnod, Nausea, Vomiting. Nervous af tiTtinna, lSillinu- eon plaints. Heati r a. ra'enr-sa. or Female Irregular,! ies. Dr. 8WEET8EI!'S PA NACEA will aoon effect a enr t but if olisiipate. or attenitetl with griping, living pains, we uose ahnuld bo Increased, and tha cure will aoon be ef fected. Let not the patients frighten ihemeelvee wiih the idea that they are ton we k to lake much mcili'-inei but bear in mind that thia mi'illy opera ting mcil cine put not wraknesa into the frame, but most ci'rtninly draws weakme-t out, leavee strengih in ila place, and by giving composed a'eep at nigM. and an appetite to relish any food, re-enimaies the whole frame wt h vigorous action, clearing the mind and improving tho sight. SCROFULA AND GLANDULAR AFFEC TION Si. Scrofula la eiid to be hcriditary, ihn infant r'- cciving from in parcnle lha seeds of thiadiaeas'. which increaaia wita it. years, it neglected and tint snhmit'ed lo frequent purine. lion with Dr. 8Wi:ETSF.U'8 PAN ACEA. The glands are pla ced in the corner of the body, and out of the way if direct communion on ; their real Uva l a auhjerl on w hich nmch (Jiff-reice of opinion previila; it suffices lis to know ih it when in diseased state, they are ctipaMc of leing purified and elennaed hy a lung cnur-s of Dr. SWKrJISKK'3 I'AAA CCA, which reaioree them to sound snd pmpcr action. Scrofub u persons can never pav ton much attention to their blood, ita purification shnu'd Iks their first tlwughi, for nfti r s lung course ol perse verance, they will eer cure herediliry uiaeane, In ra.es of JACNDWE. ASTHMA, 1.1V F. It COMPL41XTS, 1ICDOLOREVX RHEU MATISM Oil RHEUMATIC GOUT, Dr, SWEK'I'SERS PANACEA cannot he loohieh ly extolled ; it reaichcs out the viry root of the- NECESSITY OF MAMRIXO It is obvious that the manuring of a farm should be limited bv the abilit v of tho own. or. On a plentiful surwlv of manure, is depending the fertility of his soils, the a- mount 01 nis crops, and consequently the mid y r.nviog it from the Dlord make. v.xtein. to wmcn nis laoor 13 rewarded. a cure cutnin anil perm.nDiit. There is no expenditure on a f irm. an enfc For disease of the Bladder mid Kidneys, Sine. ma that for manure; and the labor required '"r"- nravch ,''fC,'"l'uPi'VrXJ?n 7-. . l , 31 fea? 11 SEIfS PANCEA i the beat remedy ever trad u, c," ")an orainary snare 01 agllCUltU- it remove. Ml tl.o-c acrimnniou bumo a fr.iin the rai Knowledge and skllj. tverr source of Dlnod which tjive r ae to the ibre diacanca, and supply should be made available; nothing keeping l!.e blood in a pure couJi'ion, insurra J. .. I . I I i I I , ... . I I . 1 . k. vauauie oi leriiiizingr wionifi no ircf - n nrniiii, farmer who takes from his soil tnnro than lie returns to it, is surely impoverishing it ; and if he escapes such a calamity himself, he leaves to his successors a worn out fnv,n. If he returns as much he receives, his farm will retain its original fertility only ; but the true farmer will scarcely "be content with this. To increase its fiTtilitv anA ilm For DROPSY. FALLING otms BOWEL" tmriur titH of ti t Blood, Mercurial Tntnt. Wwk- nest of the ip'.ne Flow of Bluod to the Html Gid- dinesf, Si'iffinJ and Unzsing; Wnt in the Held and Ears, D. liti I BKK'8 l"AS ACEA will give cert iin relief; in all aivere and chronic caret, the patirnta c iiimit be loo oftm reminded that ur irtr dosn and pe nevfrnnee w ill fl".-cl a t. In Chills and Fevers. Bilious Fi vers. Affections of the F.tits r.nd Ears, Kpo'icy and til eding rnpt humnra am expel'ed, you hav no more ftiver. When patient with fever auhrnii to be l ied, or hav hi. blond poiaoned with mercury, It weakens hi frame to roch a degree that If he aurvWee the proree, it always leavea him subject to dlalreasing chllla, when time out oi IU ne reaon. id iiui pilla. powder, oi tonic mixture; Ihl i going from bad to worse, aa theea vegetable pills, powders, Ac, are nothing hut mercury and quinine In di.gulse, which may for a lima driv tha diaeaae so fur Into Ihe body aa n.t to be perceptible, but very aoon It will break out again with fearful violence To cure ague and fever, the cause of ihe disease mual be re moved nut of Ihe blood ana nony. wnicn ran ne ei fcetually done by naing Dr. 8WEBT8ER'8 PA NACEA, which purifie, cleanse, and elrenglhena. It contain, nothing that can pa-ilily injure, and ita uaa ia alwaya a safeguard agaiu-t c'lillaand fever. PILES. In ait Has i Pitts. Dr. 8WEETSER'S PANACEA will eflVct very speeily cine. It re move, from Ihe hlnod, atnmarh and Ii.iwoIk, nil those foul acrid burning humor, which are the cauae of I'ili-a and Cotivera, and by nt lengthen ing the digraiive nigana, lmirovea every part of Ihe entire bodv. FLATULENCY AND WIND. The-e disenaea are eiu-ed by ihe .lomach and howela being choked op with viwld slmy matter. he air which entrra Ihim cinnote cipe unul forced by anme cnntrarlion nf the a omach to expel ill herco Mie rauae of pnin. A lew u H.e nt nr. SWEETSERM PANACEA will convince the ufi'eier that relief ia attained. GREAT MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. Parent, will d id ihe PANACEA a vnnb'o medicine for their children, keeping their bodies in a hcahhy C'.nd'ni.in, thereby a-.iating their g oib; hililre.n or grown petanna, alter Inking it. are not lial la lo be attacked with n epidemic a hi f.ire, as it alwave leaves the blond in a pure condition, and ihe i niire r-vtem in a Hreuathened .laie ; it drives nut a'l kind, nf weaknrsa from the budv snd lesves .ll heal hy within. HAKKIfcl) I.AUir.n Will find Dr. 8WEiEhVct PAN ACEA a medi- cne purely sd ipled to their uae. Moat ladies du ring Ihe peri -d or preiinaucy are anitctrii wun pner, Dr. Sweeiaer'a Panacea, by reguUiing the bnwita, will entirely obviate ihin. and it. purifying proper lie. nn ihe blond and fluid, injures lo ihem heal th nlT nriiur. No one who i a mother slionM be withnnt It. and those, who are nursing will find it of ineni h.mfit lo the health of their infanta. Fur hurieni e-ia and all diacaoca of the womb, il ia without a rival in the entire hiaUny and dialogue of medicines ; by ita extraordinary ttieiiRlhamng nowrr. it kiimulnlea and str. rglhcra lUe womb, weakneaa uf which is the cause id failure to have (iflTapiing. NERVOU3 DISEASES. Under thie bend may be clnaned Patp'tialicn of Ihe Heart. T c Dolorenux or Famii'lir, Neuralgia, Ind gi-a-i.in.Tiiolbache, Mel mchol) , Hyatcriea.nnd in fact, every disease cnun d by Ilia slurp, biting aciituoiiioua humor, irrihit'ng Ihe nerveii ; the nerves icccive the mot bid iirpiea.-ion from the flu iniih, of mther from tlie blund through the agency of the atomjeh and dige live orgaut, and ulthoiigh other parts of the body are sppitenily t:ie re.it of the disease, still it i caused try ihe morbid imp ra ti in conveyed from the Hood bv 'he nerve, lo that pa. I. l. w d . sea of Dr. 8 WEE lEU'S PA NACEA will aoon assure the pittrnl t'ut lie has the euro in his m?sci'e!or. The Grand Purcative FOR THB OtTRB Or Headache, Gitdineas. Measles, Salt Rheom, Rheumatism, Tile, Dyspep la, Scurvy, Hmall Pox, Jaundice, Pain in th Back, Inward Weakness, Palpitation of th Heart, Rising in th Throat, Dropsy, Asthma, Fever of all kinds, . Female Complaints, Heart Born, Worms, Cholera Morbus, Coughs, Quln-ey, Whooping Cough, Conaumption, Fits, Liver Complaint, Erisipelas, Deafness, Iichings nf the 8kin, Colds, Oout, Gravel, Nervous Complaint', ARB AtAfttKIT 0 ITIIII TUSVAaXS ISIVO o inrDKiTics or tub a toon, a tin o. STRDCTIOIS IS THE OHOASS Of III Ot.TIO!. Exorrlcnc hsa Droved that nearly every Dis eaae originate' fiom Impuriiiea of the Blo nl or de rangement of ihe Digestive Organa; and to secure Health, we muat remove those oli-lrucltom or re store ilia Wood lo its natursl stste. The aversion o tsLing meibcine is most efle tnally removed by Cticsvta'a VsnnTARts Pira stivb Pir.t., beinf completely enveloped wilh a roatme of pure, white Sugar, (which ia aa iintlnci from the internal ingredients ss r ui sheit fiom Ihe kernel) and mvs "in TaTS OS MFtiirtss, Hut are aa easily awallowcit as bits or canity. Moreover Ihey neither nantente. or gripe In Ihe slightest degree, but operate equally on all he dis eased psrls of the sys'em, instead nf Confining themselves lo, snd racking any panirultr region. Thus, if He Liver be iilTected. one ingiedirnt tvill operate on th t parl'-culir orgm, and, hy e'earming it of an Eicevsnf Bile restore it lo in im'ur il Slate. Another will onente on the U nod. ami remove all ImnU'ilies in it circul ili'n ; while a third will effuciually expel whatever impuritin- may have been discharged into the a'nmic1). and hence they arniv.1 t ths nonr or ni'S-K. re move all Impure Humors from the body ! op n Ihe pores externally and internally sepirat-- all fore gn and ohi oiious particles from Ihe chyle, so th-it the blood my be thoroughly pine thus secu ring a fee and henlihy action to the Heart Lungs and Liver; and thereby ihey sktiuii hkilth k vr.it whxs am. OTiun msas havs riLrn. The entire Iru'h of ihe above ran be ascertained by Ihe trial of a aingle box ) and their vinuea are i i positive anil certain in re.' or ng Health, thai Ihe proprietor binds himself to return the mmey paid for Ihem in all ensci where they do not gie universal s-iti action. Itctnll Price, 25 cl. per Rox. Piincip.l oflire No. GB Veney at., N. Yo.k Sold by JOHN YllUNG. Sniihury, M. A. McCAY. Noithuin' e l.in.t 65 Itememlier Dr. C. V. Clickener is the in ventor of ihe ugar Coated I'i Is, and iht itotli ng i'f the a rt waa ever hejrd i'f until lie intiodiic. ihem in June, 1811. Purcli iseis flvu'il. tin ri for . riKvay ak for Cti.kener'e fugur Cnale-I Pills, and ti kn ni others, or Ihey will he maile ihe victims nl a fiaud. Sept. lH(h, IH17 ly eow PUIXiABXSXsFHIA AVatclie, Jcwellry and Sil ver Ware. Guaranteed better fir the price than at any other Start in Philadelphia, may be hod, Wholesale and Feta l, nt (Lnte NICHOLAS jLellUItAY'S) -No. 72 North 2d street, above Arch, PHILADBLPRIAi WATCHES, all kind-, fair, low and medium anilities, among which are. 940 to $100 ' S5 til 40 SO lo SO IS to 18 0 to 10 ft Chuina, Gold auilities. among which are. Gold Levers, full jewell'd, M Leplnns, do Silver Levers, do x Lepines, do IJuartlers. fine, (juaitier, imitation, JrwiLuir.-Diamonds, Oold Pens w bit Gold and Silver holders, Pencils Ureaal Pina, Fi iger end Ear King', llracclet., t.lnens if shell, coral and lava, wiih every ntner arum- i ,! welhy of the rictieat and m 'ft fjebionnhle pal tern. . Sitvra WAnt Pla ce, Foiks, Wpoona, cup, irB n( Miami ud Silver. PtATitn Waii. Cat-tor, Cako u iKets. rana. Vases. Card Case, nd other Rich Fancy G.n.Ui. in gret-t v.mely. Wholesale lliiyers Will save muiey y railing hern f re nurchasinz. (TT Keep rht ailv. rlt emeni, nno can ar no. i Ynu will bcs.iii-fied the Good- are really cheaper snd bitter than are offered in the city. For aale, low. a handsome pur of 8how Cnaes, suitable for a Jewellry or Fancy atore. Apply si ubove. Sept gSlh. 1S17 ly amount and quality of the Crops taken from Gum Bmnch fs a nt recent Covehsand Cold; the soil, should be the aim of the husband- Dr- 8VEET8ER't PANACEA wiil be fund man. this done, his labor is lessened, his rei'icly sur0 cium m it. ttiecn. profits are greater, his farm is worth more ; nn ivr.t. u-n irntTInv rnt plaints Thoie comp'aln's are geneiallv attended wMi the inoat futnl const quences, and me seldom or ne. ver cured by the present mode of ticalinciit lli.y usually accompany Ihe patient 1 1 the gruve, oftcr sultering the most excruciating pain and torture. 1 be cauac of ibeee complam's are Ihe same aa a'l tilers, the dio. i t the blood becomi s encrusted on Ihe finest narrow panaagea, whence nr a nioilml focictinns and t-ti.ppsgi s of urine. Yi u will find the most powerful d. unties of no use. as Ihey only increase the quintily nf urine and do not puiify nd strengthen th" part'. UV purifying the l loi d wiih Dr. SWEETSER S PANACEA. ou re move the cause nl iheiliseise, consequently it can not exist any longer, afii r sufficient piiseeranee in its uae baa deprived the blood and body ot all acrimonioui humors and incrustation. nor must the pleasure aroint frnm honniii fill fields, golden harvests, fine animals ac cumulating prosperity, be omitted in ma king our estimate of successful culture. Manure may be a homely subject, but on its preparation and use everything is de- pemung. without it, the deep green of ut pastures, me goiaen yellow of our corn fields, and the fine beef Bnd white loaf of our tables could not exist. To tho farmer, manure mnst be the first thin?, and it must be the last thing; with it, hecan do every uufig ; wiinout it, nothing, tmt aim ftumoi. Old bct Good. Dan Marble tells the fol lowing Btory about a Yankee who lost his yellow dog. Approaching a wood-chopper oy tne way-side, the ankee accosted him "Mister, have you seen a valler dotr acoin- along here, about a year and a hall', or two years old : ' "Yes," replied the chopper, supposing the Yankee was quizzing him, "yes, I saw a val ler dog going here, about a year, a year and a half, or two years old, about an hour, nn hour and a half, or two hours ago ; mid you'll find him about a mile, a mile and a half, or two miles ahead, with a tail about an inch, and a half, or two inches long." . ' Hold on! that'll do, stranger! I calkilate you are into me about a feet, a feet and feet and a hulf, or two feet !" Severe Sabcasm A French field-Marshal who had obtained that rank by court favor. ana not uy vnior, going ono evening to the DISEASES or ths LUNGS-CONSUMPTION. This ia s erv prev dent and fatal dt-ea-c ; it re- sul'a ino.lly from neglected cough', colds and hrnn- chitU, also frum imiuoper treatment in many uf er caes, such sa meaalrs, fevers, ii flaiiunaii-'na and small pox, ami a hot of other badly treated dise.tsea; where the cause, instead nf having been ihnrough'y removed from the blood and body, have only turn palliated or remove ! from one pirt to breik nut in another. By divea ing y our bodies of all foul hu mnra. through ihe nied-um of Dr. SWEETfEhVS PAN ACEA. the cure ia at once rendered certain and lermaurnt. K collect, while there ia acrimo nious humnra floating in ihe ci'cu'a ion, it i- as apt to set tin on the lung j a ony other part of the body ; this ia the reason thjl conaumption is so prevalent. U1LES, SOKES AND ULCERS, Which you see o-i the ex'erior. come from and have their source in, Ihe inleiior, and might just as tell havs tettbd on your lunga, liver, or any other pjit; which we know th-y freourntly do, and pro duca ui t violent inflinimatoiy disorders. Thr humor which occatniis these sore, is of a highly acrimouions burning mtuie. Wa know it from the pain it cues in lor i.inj?, and ufierwarda lis ra pidly ulcera ine and corroding the flesh and skin of the nail where it bnaks out. Tbia showa the neeea'-.ly nf riequentlv punryiug the Itlootl with Dr. opera, forcibly took possession of the box of SWEETSEIl'S PANACI'.A. and keeping such a respectable Abbe, who for this outrage brought a suit in a court of honor, establish ed for such cases under the old government. Tho Abbe thus addressed the court ; ' I come not here to complain of Admiral Sufiein, who took so many shipsin the East ladies, I come not to complain of Count de Grnsse, who foughf so nobly in the West ; I come not to complain of the Duke de Richelieu, w ho took Minorca, hut I come to complain of the Mar shal B , who took my box at Iho opera and never took anything else." The court paid Kim the high compliment of refusing his suit, declaring that ho had himself inflicted sufficient, punishment. A Cchi fob SLNDEB.Ilowland Hill, on being told that, it was expected he should take notice of some unhandsome things which had been publicly said of him, said that he did not consider it necessary to enter into any vindication of himself j and, he added, '1 have now lived a great many years in the world, and have passed through much of evil report and good report, and I have arrived at this conclusion, that no man can possibly do me any harm except myself." Bovmd to Comi OKr.-r-Somewhere in the West, a sable knight of the lather and brush - performing the operation of shaving a hoosierwith a very dull razor. "Stop!' said the booster, "that wont do." "What's de mau bosal" "That raior pull." "Welh nomatufordat, sah. If de handle ob de ra zor don't break, de beard' bound to cum ..-Tt , - ... ever Judge from manners," said Lord ''fcrJmoo Jyid my pocket picked by 't gentleman t ever met with." malignant humors in su' j ctinn. Mhould you h.ive a b io or ulcer, be ihmkful that nature haa taken trouble lo wiim you nf the danger your life and ho dy is in, fur it is s warning ll at the blood is foul Had ihia same acrimony a. bc ed ihe lungs in teail uf tch? surface nf your body for ita seat, conaump tion of the lunga wou d have been ihe'cmisequenie, D lay not then, lo puiily and cleans with Dr, 8wct-Uer' Panacea. SPINE DISEASE. Spinal affections, nlargement of the hones and joints, white swelling, hip joint complaint, rup tures, falling of ihe bowela and worn diaea-e, will find a epeedy ouie in Dr. SlVEETEH'S PA KACEA. Whero the disease ha, been of long standing, the time required to make a cure will l e longer; but the puiieut may rest saaured lUal a determined perseverance will effect it. BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA aub DISEASE OF THE WINDPIPE. Three disease i proceed from the serioaily or corrupt humors of the blood, having tiled itself on the tbroal and lunga, and atopped them up, so that they cannot draw ullivirnl air in for respiration, Uf. qWEKIBEKS PAIN ACEA will give imme Jiale re I u f. and to mek Ihe cure perfect and car Kin, il should be continued om lim after, tu free lha system of ell bid humors. RHEUMATISM. RHEUMATIC) GOUT AND MERCURIAL DISEASES Find a aafa and speedy cure in Dr. SWEET- SEK'S PA ,A CEA. It eurea by searching every blood ves el and artery, and driving out all imnu r.iiea and foul hiimore accumulated therein, which 'a th cause nf rh umatism, gout and swellings of Ih joiiila. The de elerous enacts of calomel and other mineral poison, readily yield lo ita sovereign influence i Indeed, whi n it valaable properties It com fully known, th us of ill miner poison will be consigned to 'ih tomb of all tha Capuleis,' and only be thought of t by-gon custom nf th dar ker ag. Dr. Sweetser' Panacea ia elan s aura cure for dyipepaia, pile, enativeiieaa, vertigo, head- cbe, pern in Iba breast and liver complaint. FEVER AND AGUE. Fever ia alwayt caused by disorderly move ment of lb Mood, struggling lo f e it.elf of some thing that ucumbra it i in fact, vry kind of fe ver i nothing mora than struggl Utweea tb blootj and sorrupt humors, snd a soon tb cor- nnYsirELAs.on sr. anthony's fire. This ia an infiammaiory di'n dtfr, alvr ,ys at eml-i-d with more ur baa pain. It proceed from ihe fuul, ccriinonioiiB humors lodged in the blood and fluids eeltlii'g nn the l.m' and face, causing ex treme pain and fever; all appln slions on the sur face sre worse than useless, :is Ihey only bnd to throw the dnea-e in some other part, and perlrips cause de ilh. Eteei'ing ,s likewise imi ror er. I o cuie the di ease vou mu-t get rid nf the cause ; on ly manaee 1 1 get the foul humors out nf y 'iir blond. and vou will he well in s il.ty. Dr. cnt.M SEIt'S PANACEA, s thorough purifier nf the blood, will s sreh out ivery impurity in Ihe moie remote p.rts of the body nn.l -i-1 it through the medium ot the hocls. I here Is not a vein, nrle- mi.scle nr organ of ihe entire framewo.k of man, that t;r. ctweeiaer I snaiei roes noi im prove. To lake it whm you sre well i to keep wc'l ;' mid when sick to Income well. DR. SWEETSEfl S PANACEA, beirircim- posed tody ol a vrnital,le ntsiu r or me-licai nmba, and wairantrd. nn onh. as rontainii g not one par- cl.i nf mercurinr. mineral, nr cluniic.il Fubatances, ia found to he i erfectlv harmless to the mo-t lender age, nr the weakest frame, under any st ige of hu man aufierinn; the mo.l pleasml and benign in i'.a nieriilioii that wa eer off-red to the world; snd at the same lime the moat certain in ae.in hing nut he rout of any comp'.a nt, however deep, and of perfi.rm'ng a c .re. Price (1 per noltle, nr six lioiu.s t-,r f or sale, wholesale and rtlail, ai 'lie corner of CHARLES in d PRATT Streets 11 ihimore, ,n I abohy GEORGE DliKiHT. fNov. 8 IR47. .y Punbury. A1 its woitKs puaim: I I! Burns, Scalds, and all kinds of Inflamed iVrirr s l;utid. rflOUSEY'S UNIVERSAL OINTMENT, is X the most e-miu'e e Uuin Amidoteever known. ll i stanilv, (and as if by Mngic) stops pain, nf the most despeiale Burix and Scjld-i. For ol.l S.ir.-s, Bru aes. Cut', Spraina, &c on man or heaal.it it he best appl-catlun thai cin be insde. I hone, nils have tried and thousands prdse it. It is ihe m-t ptifect master of pain ever discovered. All who uae recommend it- Every family should be provi ded with it. None cm lull how soon tome of the family msv need it. (TT Ulerve euh box nl the genuire tlintment ha ihe name nl S. Tocsrx written on the outside lobel. To imittte ih't ia forgery. Boitmen. Livi rv Men. rrrne,a, and all who use HorBe-, will find Ihl Ointment Ihe very Iw-kI ihint lh y ejn u-e for Collar G ills. Srrai. hes, Kick, etc. &c, on th, ir animals. Surely every merciful man would keep hi. animal as free fiom pain a possi ble' TouaiyV Universal tlintment is all that i re quired I rv it. KITES Or iSF.CTH. Foi Ihe sling or b te nf poiMinoii Inaeeia, Tousey a Oinlo eut is unri-v.i-le l Humlrnla hve tried il an I found it good PILES CURED ! For the Pile. Tousey'e II niveraal Ooi merit ia one i f ihe best Remid:es ihal can be applied. All who have tried il foi the Piles recommend It. OLD SORES CURED. For old nhslinate Son, ihere ia nothing qu d to 'Tousey's Oint ment. A person in Man-iua had, for a numlier of yesra, aoie leg tint I sllle.l the akiil of the doctor. I ousey t Ointment wc teconnnended hy on uf the visiting physicians, (who knew it geat virtue.) and two Une produced more benefit thin ihe pa tient had received from any and a I pieviou rcme diee. I-i all try it. ' BURNS AND fCA LDS CURED. Thnuand( of ease, of Buri and Scalda, in all parte of the country, have beon curt d by Tousey's Univeraal Ointment. Certificate enough could he bad la fill the whole of ibis sheer. VIOLENT BRUISES CURED. Testlmonl la en testimonial-, in favor nf Touaey'a Ointment for curing Hiuisea, have been off, red ihe propne toi. Hundred in Syracu-e will certify lo it great merit, in relieving Ih pain of the rnon sever Bruise All perun should try ll. SCALD HEAD CURED. 8.e of eases of Scald Head have been cured by Tou )' Oint ment. I ry it it seiiinm rut. 8AI.T RHEUM CURED. Of all th remedies ver discovered f -r this mot dicagreeal le complaint, Touaey' Universal Ointment is the most complete. Il never waa known t fail. , CHAPPED HANDS CAN BE CURED. Touscy'a Univeraal Oinlmerit will alwaja cure the worst rasea of Chapped Hands Score of person will state thia. SOKE LIPS CURED. For th cor of 8oi Lip, there was never anything made equal 10 Tou aey ointment. It I aura lo cuie Ihem. Try it- It ic scientific compound, warranted not to con tain any picp. ration nf Mercury. fr Price SS cent per bos. Fur further piriicular eoncaniing ibi raallv valuable Ointment, the public ar refer red to Pamphlets, to be bad giatis, of reapeeiabl D'Uggial kod Merchants throughout lb United Stales. Prepared by ELLIOT V TO USE Y, Druggi, eyracuae. foi aia Ay JOHN YOUNG, Kuntuir. M. A. McCAY, Noribumbsirand- Spt, I Hh, HIT. ly eew SILENCE TO IT tinrtsnrt't COl-lilt ! TUB tt'sna aus l.v nv or.n, ths wiiiik nr ml tieTIIIITRII UK StliV man, TUX COl'OH OS COVStMPTIOS UATU is Ir I sot.' mi nr lirlTlt. RE YOUA MOTHER! Your darling child your idol an I earthly j ty, is now perhaps confined lo her chamber by dangerous cold h pale cheeks, her thin shrunken fingei. lell ihe hold di-ease baa already gained upon he the sound nf her sepulchral cough I ieieea your a-ui YOUNG MAN, when just abiut to enter life disease sheds a heart rru-hmg I Imht over the fiii prospect of the future your hectic rough and fee hie hmha tell of vol r o" and hope, but V nl neetl not de-pair. Then' is a balm which will heal Ihe wounded lungs, it j. S II f. n HI A N ' s ALLIIKAUNT. IlAlsSAM. Mm. ATTREE. the wife of Wm. II. Altree Esq. was given up by Dr. Sewall nf Wa-hinalon. U s. Hoe anil McClellan nl 1'hilad-li-lna, Ur. Hoe and Dr. Mutt of New York Her friend, nil thought ahe must die. She hud every appear jure of being in consumption, mi l was so primoui-ee.l l : 1 ui. llMlan. ny ner iiiji. ,-,uw -wn..i.i.ii j j, . v h anil it cureil her. Mr-. GARRABRANTZ, nf Bull's Feiry, was lat cured of conaumption bv this U.i'sam when all other lemedies f.ided lo dive relief ahe was re- ilueed lo a ak'let ,ii. Dr. A. C. Cts'lc. D -nlist. 28 1 Bioidway, ba witnessed ilsrffecia in several ca-ce wher no other medicine affonled relief but Ihe Balsam operated l.ke a charm. Dr. C. alt-o wnnesi-d it wou.li itul i ll-cts in curing Asthma, w hich it never fails of doing. Spitmni llloo I, al.ir ming aa ii may be, ia eff. rlually cured hy this Hal aim. It heals the ruptured nr wounded blood vi ad Is. and make t' e lunga a nind agnin. Re. HENRY JONES, IP8 Eiuhih avenue. waa cmed of cuugh and catarrhal off- ciona . t 50 yenrs a an, hug. 'The firsi dose save him m ire re lief than ill the otl.ei medicine he had evir inkm Dr. L. J. 3- als, I'J De'aney street, gave it to a aii-lt r-in-law who was laboring under rou-umpi ion, and lo another sorely afll ct d with Ihn Athma. In li ilh casta its rfficls were immeilia e, aoon re storing Ih-m to rninfonab'e hejlih. Mrs. LUCRE I I WELLS. 85 ChiMie ticet. uff. rid from Aa'hma 4'J y-ars. hheim-n's Hal aam relieved her nl nnce, and she is compuralively will, being rnublej to aubdue every atlaek 'iy a linv'ly us of this medicine. This indeed ia the ureal remedy for CoUgt a. Culda, Spitting Blond. Liver Complaints, and all tl-e all rtmns uf the ihmat, and even A.-tho a and Cotn-ump inn. Price 2D cent and M per bottle. Dr. Sherman's Couah arid Wnrm Lozenges, and Poor Mart'a Plnater sold .is above. Dr. Sherman'a fne i- al IDH Nassau st N. . A gen is, JOHN YOUNG. Nunburv. M A.M CY, Noribumberland September llth, 1817 ly DICKSON & CO.. No. 80 iMarket Street, five doors below Third, South side. pnZX.ADEZ.PHZA. ImpnrlriN & WliolfNale I'HlT In 7 A TCH Ka. Wsleh l.la e. anil siuieruu Jonelrv of all de-cri( ll n ; qu ilttio' anil a'y'ea, compii-ing all Ihe ailiclus cunn.'cte,: wiih the Trade, Cl..rks. Dis-un it Son's Bri'ontii i, G. rm m Si'vcr snd Sd ver-l'liled Wiires. Shellb-ltl sod Birininghim Pluted Fnney Art rle.- RodneiB St. Son's ai d W-ab nh.dm Cutlery, Ra sors. Se ssnrs. Ern-e-a. l'e,k Kni'is. Vc. Ivory H nil ed Table Cilitnry, of the fin' at, medium at d coinm quitbtiea. A loige iiormeni of Gold Pens, t'erifoeal Siiectjeba. Papier M.tel.e and J -pit ned Trays, various shape em! qil diliea. nl re-'li.-cil rales Gold Wa'ch Cue s, Diula nd Sitver-Ware, of all descriiiiiotis, in innf-ie'ured to order. DICKSON & CO.. hiivinn reeenlly removej inln lire I nue and commodious wireho'ise formeilv occunied by Messrs. R. Aiiiii'iiht &. 8oi, urn! more rec. nllv bv Aaiuif-T RsviijinTiiji, bin leave loii l om Wntch D- n'er-, C un'ry Mi n hint end others, that thev tie. gn having nt ttH limt lame s-aortinenl ol Goods, of their own imporlo- lion, which they aro detennimd t i iell al the lowest r.ites. r"i" Eerv alto:. lion will be pnid lo the Puckine. uf (Jo iU, and in the ex cut ion ulOrd- rs, Ihe qu ii lies nnil p, ices wiil be fully gu .l.ilita'.l ngJliu.! eomteiiti,in Philadelphia. June 1 Oih, IS47. ly MARK NOTE LIST. PENH'S .XTANI1. Th following list show the current value nf all 'ennavlvania Bank N.ite. Th most Implieit re liance may be placed upon it, a it is every week arefully compared with nd enr reeled from Di.k- sell' Reporter, Itnnka In Phllndolphln. , . Disc, t ....rax,,. nfv.Af. NOTES AT PAR. Bank of Noith America' . , par Rank of the Northern Litartic , , par Commercial Bank of Penn'a. . , par Farmer and Meehaniea Uanli" . par Kensington Bank . . , par Philadelphia Bank' . l par Minvlkill Bank ... par nuthwark Bank . par Vestcm Bank Pr Mechanics' Bank . pi Manufacturers fit Mechanics IJ.ink par lank of Penn Township . . Pr lirnrl Bseli . . Blink nf Cnmmerre, I its Voyami nwrig par Uank nf PennavlvsuU P' C-otmlrr It si nil . Hank nf Chester County' Weslchealer rr Hank nf Delaware Co-.uuy Chealer par Hank nf fiermanto'vti' tiermantown par Monk of Monicomery Co. Norristown pai Ooylesiown BanU DovHlown par Kasion Bank Eaaion par Pa triers' Pnnk of Bucks ro Bri-tol par Itnnk of Northnmberlnnil Norlhnmberland par t'nlnml'ia B:ink ft Ttriilee eo.('oum!iia par Farmers' Bnnk uf Laneastei Lancitel Drrfidttftl SUctthts. I.anea-ter ("nunty B nik Lancaster pn f.nneaa'rr Bank Lancaster pn Fnrmera' Bank nf Reading R ailing par Uflire nf Bank of Penn'a. Hnrrihuig" These OiTiee do do Lancaster I offices ' lHce do do Reading (tin n.-l Ifllce do do Eastnn J is.uen. NOTES AT DISCOUNT. Uank of the United Utiles Philadelphia 17 Minera' Bank of Poltsville Potigville pu Unnk nf l.ewistnwn Lewitown failet' llnnk of Midtlletown Middloiumn 1 Crirliirle Bank Carlisle 1 Exchange Hank' Pill-burg I Ilu do brunch of Hollidnvaliurg I llnrrisbiitB Bank Hnrrishurg I Lebanon llanl Lebanon par Mcrrhanis & Mnnuf Ilarik Pittsburg 1 (t ink of Pittsburg Pitla'tuig I Weill Huir-eh II mk Wiiliainspnrl Ii Wyoming Brink Wilkenharre If Vnrlhnniptnn Bank AHe.ninvvn nosde Hoiks ('oiinty Hunt. Reading fitile Office of Baiik.ol II. S. Pittsburg fulled ll.i do ' do Erie do Do do do - N Drijliton do lbu:k of t'liainliersburg i;h:imberslmrg I ItuKk nf Gettysburg Gettysburg I Onnk of Susquehanna Co. Montrose Brie Um.k Erie Ftnmer' cV Drovers Bank Wayne.hiirg 1 l-'i.iiik'in U-ink Wjahingtun Ii II oiier.di.lc H.nk Iloiiestl.ile 11 Mm ongnhela Bank uf B. llro-viuville IJ Vnik liank York 1 Bonapaiite's tlxitiTS. His peculiarity for tho b:it hr limistook for a necessity. Ilu would usunlly rt'main in the buth two hours during which time I used to road to him extracts from thj journals and pamphlets of tho day, ir ne was anxious to hear and know all that was (roi,1(t on. while in the bmh, ho was continually iornins on tho wa,erj o raise the u.i.iH'ru.ure ; m ,hnt X wa8 sometime, enve. lop-d in such a dense vapor that I could not soe lo read, and was obliged to open-the door. nutmpiriu was exceerlmRly temperate, and averse to nil excess. His flutter, probably under tin i J,?a (hit sler-p- i, incompatible with trreatnoss, have evinced art equal disregard for truth in sponkinrr of his nitfln-watchintv. B iiuiparto made others watch,' but lie him self slept ami slept well. His orders were, that I should call him every morning at sev en. I was, therefore, thu first to enter his ch imber; but very frequently, when I awoke him, he would turn himself and say, "JTrTf Bourrienne, let me nleep a little longer." When Ihero was no very pressing business, t tun not intuit) nun ngam till eiirht o'clock." Ha in general slept seven hours out of twenty-four, b?sidcs taking a short nap in tho afternoon. Among the private instructions which Bona parte gave me, one was very curious : "Du ring ths nigh," said he, "enter my chamber as SMilom as pisstble. Dj not nu-.-ilr m when you have any good news to communi cate, wi:h that there in no hurry; but when ou bung me bad news, rouse me instantly. for there is not a moment to be lost." This was a wise regulation, mid Bonaparte found his advantage in it. Botirriciinr's Memoirs of Ntpol'on. TTSTT CO Sr OS 152. s 33 First ri'i-itiiiiii) Wi-titii Ink. ro. S7 North Thinl Street, PHILADELPHIA. STROM I)'. Hare, the celt l rabd Pr. fo-sornf ' Chemistry ill ihe lln'vei-ily nt Penn'a. Phil id lphi.i, Oct. II. 1K43. "Dear Sir Havina liie.l tout Ink. I will thai k you to send me anoiher bottle, ss I fiod it lo In- sci llelit. 1 um yours, Irulv. Post Hbk" From Dr. Locke, of Cincinnati, diii- guihed f -r his numerous aeienti!livrese,rche. MeJieul Culieg.' of Ohio, t'i: clnna'i, .1 um ey 17, I 'Ml Having used Mr. Huv. r's Writing lok, I am satisfied that it is Ihe rW whi, Ii l.a i v. r cune n, my knot- ledve, -mil esieeia'lv il tre lii nt lor Ihe use ,.( Steel Pin', and hull not cur-ode them, tven in long use. Join Locks. Pnef. rf Ch. miirv. HOVER'S A HA V AN TIMS t : K M U N t. Fro:u a wtll kn-isn -e-eunlic giniteuoin. "Philadel hii, Pen. 27. 1MB. Mr. Joseph E. Hover Sir: A use of your Ce nt nt, und a, imfl prnctical tetts of Ita supei.niily, ha. induced u-e to reco no end it lo others a. an inv..li,ahte ailitle tor mend ug t'hina (ilas-t, nr Cabinet Ware. Camfhsll Mohtit, AuatM c t.'hi'iiiin " For tale al the Mmuf ict-Ty, Wh-desile and Ke I n it. No, 87 iSoiira 'Tiiihu &TUKtT, oppiisile Cheny etrei t, Phila.le'phi -,, liy JOSEPH V.. HOVER, May 'it, l47 j:i() ly Manui'aeiun r Vejfelable I'tilvcrtinl Tills, The anil) known Medicine that el the some time purges purifies and ttrenirlhens Ihe siitem. Loanov. July 7, I "40. DR LE ROY'S Pill, ae a new medicin which haa juat appeared, and is fivt inking ihe placea i f all others nf ihe suite class. These pills are composed of many ingredient-, but the two principal nnea are tSara-ipanlla and Wild Cher ry, so uniied that Ihey act together ; the one. through ita admixture wuh other tub-Inns, pu ifying snd purging, while the other is airenvihen- ing Ihe system. I hus those pills aie at Hie ssm ire tonic and opening ; a de.iileraturrr long and eageily sought f-r by medical men, bill never be fore discovered. In i Iher words ihey do Ihe work of two medicinea. snd do ii much better thin any o wa know nf ; tor Ihey remove nothing fr m ihe system but the impurities! ao Ihat while thei puran they atrenithen; and hence ihey cause no debilitation, and are follow d hy no ra-aciin. Dr, Le Roy a pills have a wonderful influence on the blood; they not only purif. without weakening it. but ihey icmove all u 'i,.ua paruclea from the chyle befoie it ia convened into flu d. and thu. make im pure blood aa utter Imnoa ibiliry. Aa there ia no debilitation, n Iheis ia no nauaea or .ii-knes. al lending ihe operoiion. of this most eiee'lent of me dicine-, which never strains nr tortures the digea- live (unction., but cau es them lo work in a per fectly natural manner t and bene peisoni taking Ihem do not become pale and rmciaied. but the contrary fur while it ia the properly of tha Baraa- parilla, united sa it I. with other ingredienta. In lemov all that ia foreign and impute, it i equally the property of the Wild Cherry to retain all ihsi ia naiuial and sound; and hence a robust sta e of health ia ths certain result of their uniied opera- . : - n : aa . nnv none. llJ rmv an crins SUA, A genu (as Le Roy's Pills, J. W. FRII.1NO, f . JOHN YOUVU.8unbu,y' M. A. McCAY, NorlhumberTd. August lsi, 1847. ly TO POTT5V1LLE AND PHILADELPHIA YAF.RtiONe ir.velliiig ibis route sre hereby B inhaTOMal that Ibey can procure through liclaia,'' by making spplicatioa at tha Hotel aj Ubaikas Weaver, Bunbury. A. IS. tvAr f . W .1 1. l ,1 t..l I laiiaj . SIX YBJAKS AliO I'tE ehildr- n begui lo cy f ir Khermin's Lo N. II, 'I he notea uf those banks nn which we .in;it quotntiiina, and substitute a d:ish ( ) are not purchased by the Piiihuli Ipliia brokers, with the exception nl Ih- ae wtuih have a loiter ol retcrence, uiiiik t: x i PMIndelphin Sv. Ins. I'hiliulelphla Loan Co, eliii Hull 8av. Ins. Keii-inainii Kav. Ins. A Penn Township Sttv. Ins. Vnmnil Labor Hunk ( T. W Towauda Itnnk Mleol-auy Dink uf Pa. U . i-.k ol ISr.ner Unnk of Su-mara Hunk nl Washington i'eiiire Punk I 'it v I! o U Par'ntcr-' & Veil.Va' P ink Parinera' iSi. MecliVs' l!ni k Piirniers' A MeeliVa' U uik Hniroony Inritnte Itiiiiiirgdor. ll.u k Juniata li:tt,k Luinbrrmrii'a Dunk Voriliern Hank of I'a. New Hope Ih I. Ilii.l;;e Co. Noiihumh'd Union t'ut. Uk, Ninth Western Ua.k nf Pa. Dtlice nf Selnivlkill Unnk I'a. Acr. & Manuf. lijnk Silver L.ike Hank I nion Dank of IVnn'a. . esiinoicloiut Uank Wilkrabarre Uii.lge Co. fry All notes puipoiting to be on any Peuiiyl .anij Ii:mk not given in the ulwva lit, may be sot lown a Irauils IANKS. j'hihdelihia failed do fniled do f.iilcl da do Dyoti, prop.) failed Tnwnnda lleilfonl no s.ile Renv-r closed Hanishurg closed Wa-biuglon fniled Hell fonto closed Piti-huig no -ale 1'nti.l'urg fiiled Fayette co. filled (treencn-it'e tilled 11 imiony no sale Hunting-ton no sale l.eAi-to-Ail no s ile W.incn failed lliiinliir no sale .New Hope closed Milton no sale Meadsille closed Purl Carbon Carlisle failed Monti, ,se closed Cniontown failed Oreenahurg closed Wilkeaiiarre no sale rice'. I he noise win uni a i louil ut that lime, but it ba kept increa-ing ever -i 'ie and n w haa heme so gte.it thai the months uf the linle tinea ran vc iree be a'opped. Dr Sherman sympa thises with ihe I'I'I" siilT rers. and viry much ic sre a that any of them should be ilifoi,o uteil Knowing ihe vnai henelil which baa been conter red upon the community by lbs introduction of hi. infallible WOHM XrOZBHOES, he has entered into arrangeoieni. for eirara'na hi- Manuf -c'ory, ly meana of which telhmk- he will he able lo supi ly the dem-v d. And the -sine rains and care will be taken, ih.1t Ihe-e c lel-r Ueil l.o- zenges be male aa ihey h -ve always l-eeo. in or der ihal Iho-e who d- pend upon them, may not h disiippoined in llieir iuti. He knew when h e iminenced the m-inuf "Cure ol the WorH Ijizcn ires, that ih y would suiK-rnl ihe usn i f tvtr other veiinifouH. as ihe le i- nge ia trru ph-nsnnt 'a the taste, srecrv in ita fleets. a we'l j- certain. and the qu mlilv .equiied m t fleet a perfect cure. i. verv sin ill. These prop, me in conn. ion wi ihe f rt ihal ihey me s,,,l f ,r SA e m- per l x. ihu- pi l ing ihem in the teach of the pooie-t man ii the land, haa nnt only niused litem in l .lethe place of every other veinnfiia" ever oll.-reil. but ul i rendered Ihem popular to the coiiununi' v. Or. blier. i. -...' COUGH LOZENQES ennliuue lo cure l.'oiie;is, t l-'s. oiiumil nn, Asthma, shnrinej. ami diuifiilty nf Ilreathins. an ' other .lisea es uf ihe I. onus, with Ihe same f ci il v Ihey did on th. ii fiisi iniro.lucii ,n. and ihe piopl have now beiorne persuaded by aeluilevp lier-ce. thai on the scce.-ion nf e ight cold, (oev hav, on'y lo aiep to either the Di's. t-flVe. or one of the Alien's, and iiblam a box ot his l;, n(h I, i--i g. s wlixh aie verv convenient to carry in it e pocket and to take a few Ilir.'Uiih ill - d -v. Hv pursuing this course a cure is if in effected in "t lioui", and ilia palif nl about his loj-in so. Ho great i the ce lebrity uf Ihn le t- ngi s. thai thousands i f p. r.,-n who have used tl em, and l ecoine arqu tinted with their ifl.cts, will never be w thout ihtm. SIIKItll iX'S FOOD. UAH'S PZ.AST73Xt haa cu ed mote c-ses of Nheumaiiam, Pi i in ihe Hack, 8 de and Cbesl, I.uml ago and Wtakoess, h.in any applicaiinn thai hsa evei bee i made. As lha celebrity of ihe Platter has incie i-r J, hiiudreda of unprincipled ra-cala have aitenipled lo counter feit it, and p ilm it nfl" up n ihe community a- Ihe genuine. Bewa'S of Deception, .0 Heme ra ber ihal ihe Irue and genuine Piaster ia spread ui nn led lisb psper made eiprea-ly for the puipose and in every cae the aignaiure uf Dr. pthuiman i p int d upon the hack of Ihe PI. aiei, and Ihe whole secu-ed hy Copy Right, None others are genuine. Tbetef ira wl en you want a real good Khrrmau'e Poor Man's Piaster, call at the nlRre, 106 Nassau street, and you wi I not lie disappointed. Remember th numlar. 106 Na aau si., who e all D'. Hheiman'a Losengeaiesold, His Agents are Mrs. Hays, 139 Full- s'teet, Hrfklvn; Hineaon, William-burs ; and Redding V Co., Boston, and JOHN YOI'NG, Sunbury, . MA McCAY. Nurlhumbeiland. 8eplemher I lih, 1847. Iv. Bni.knfNew Diunsvrick lelvi.leie Dunk lliirliiiMtoti o. Dank Jommercial Bank 'uiuherl.iiid li uik 'arnieiB Bunk .'nrmt ra' and Mechanics' lk Uriinswick ltelvidere Med ford Perth Amlioy llriil;eion Mount Holly ahwav fail pa ."'armcrs' and Mechoiiica'JIk N. Hiunswick Farmers' and Men-hunt-,' Bk Midtllctown Pt, i nr i par i failed 1 Franklin Bank of . N.J. Jersey City failed Hoboken Bkg 6l Uiazing Co 1 1 oh-ken failed leraey City Bank Jersey City failed Mechaniia' Bunk Patterson failed Vlauufiuluri rs' II. ink Belleville fulled ttorria County Bank Murnstown j ilonmouth Uk of N. J. Freehold failed Mti-hHiili s' Bank New irk i !, ehaiiiiV and Manuf. Bk 'Trenton par 1or.-l- t'anal and Bkg Co Jerary City no sal. Pot Nines uo sale Vt wark B'kb 4 In. Co Newaik i 'ew Hope Del Bridt;e Co Lsmfiertsville N . J. Manuhic. and Bkg t'o Hoboken fiiled . J Pioiit-ion & Lomt'sid hk Jery City billed trnuve Hunk Orange i'aieri-un Bank Paleraun fuile.l IVoplea' Bank do j I'liiieeion Bunk Princeton par iuli in Banking Cu Ctalein si -tun 1) ink Newark tiaie Bunk hhtaliethlown t.ale Brink Cumden par il ile Bunk of Morris Morrisiown Si;.le Bunk Trillion fnile.i nlem ami Pliilad Manuf Co Malt in lailtit Sun. I lisilk New Ion Tieuion Banking Cu 'Trenton par lim,-n Bank Dim-r j CHEAP 1TE77" GOOES. TgT C8 ' received, a ban-t. ima lot of Cloths. I as t)W timers. Calicoes, Caps of "II kinds. Gum Hkott. for men, women and children. G'terie; Queeniwart, and a vsikly f other articles, chea per than aver, by HCNKY MAHKIEK. Bunbury, Nov. 7th, 1147. fadeti Washiuglun Banking Vn. Haekennck Ilk of W ilm ft Drauil) wine Wiiiiiinglon Dunk nf Delaware Wilmingiuu Hunk ni Smyrna Kiuyma Do ttianrh Miliord Karun ra' Bk of Mate uf Del Dovel Do branch Wilmington Do branch Cieoigt-town Do brauib Newcisila l-lilori Hunk Wilmington (T'i- Under 6's IJJ- On all hank, marked thus () there are i her rouiileifcil or altered nolee nf ihe varKiu. di -.niniriaiioua. in circulation. Peace icith Mexico ! DA1TIEL EE1TI1TGEH, sy sr ss sxs u. a ixs8 INFORMS the puhl e that in order In bung ,e bout a peace with Mexico, he manuf iclurea uli kinds of Kifl-'a, Double and Single Barielled 8ho fiuos, and Double Barrelled It. v, living Rifles, al hi- manufacimy at Hollowint Run, Lower Au sums town.hip, Norihuml riland county, all nl which ba will warrant for s i months. 'Those bo want a 6i.t rale artiele in his hue, can he ac commodated at ihe -honest notice and on the m-wl reasonable term.. Lovers ul .iri, live him s call. Lower Auguata, Jan. 8, 184s Bin. - C. BENKEHT, BOOT MA KICK, No. 40, BOIITH FOI'RTH StBKT, ABOVE CogSTNt'T. Jan. twin, 184 Anecdote of Jjhn Qiincv Adams. Ife ahcait dared to do right, or what hs thought to bo right. Whon minister at tha Nether lands, and comparatively a you;h, ha was in vited to join tha several ambassadors of dif ferent nations at that Court, in a gathering for sjcntl enjoyment, tu which cheerful con versation, and gaming for amusement, we ba re, b ro a part. Once they adjourned to a S.dibath evening. Tho time came, and tho nnibasi.ulois cullccted; but tho American minister was nii.ssinn;. It occasioned inquiry and dis innfjintinent ; but prcsnmius soiro special or invincible obstncle prevented his ittendatice, th"y ai.l little of ths circum- s'ance, uud adjounicd niin to Sabbath even ing. Ii.it tli3 American Ambassador did not nttetid. Tlie nt'xt miM'tiuir was on a week. lay evntiinii, a:id tli3 American was in his pi ic. Th-y were glad to see him, and sig nified til ;ir (lisajipai itniimt nt his previous ubs'Miccs. Instead of m.'iking an apology, or assL'iiiiiir a fiolili-jus reason, he frankly s'ated to tli-.-iii, that his jirinciples would not allow him thus to employ any part of the Sabbath. Hit was barn in a country settled bv Puritans. of Puritan pirents, win regard ths Sabbath as a divine ordinance. Us had witnessed tho ni l influence of ita n ligims observance in tlie greater intclU'riic, th" pure morals, tho energy, enterprise, and orderly habits of his caimti) men. As n friend 'of bis country, therefore, ii1? conl 1 not pjrvert tho day, or us:) it fur oth r purposes than those to which In had been taught to devote it, and seen it devoted in whatever part of the world he might be, or by whatever different customs surrounded ! Now to thuss who know tha '-'sneering'' cliamc'.er of most S.ibbath-breakersand think of th"! age, high rank, and splendour of these men in connection wi:h the youth of Adams, it would be ditiicult to name an instance of moral courage siiperiour to this. And it com pletely overawed his distinguished compa nions, and by instant and general consent they met no more on Sabbath evenings. This anecdote We have not derived from uny written reminis.vnes of Mr. Adams. Wo received it from an American, some years aura, wha has few superiors as to his know ledge of bath thu written and traditional his tory of his country, and indeed of the worldf ami of tlie characters who have figured in it. Christian Mirror Axecdotc ok Lord Eldp.n and Sir Geo. Rose. Many were the squibs in prose and verso of which tha F.ibius of Chancellors was the subject. To one by Sir George Hose a happy reloit was made by Lord Eldon. My most valued and witty friend, Sir George Rose, when ut the bar, having the note-book of the regular reporter of Lord Eldim's deci sions put into his hand, with a request that that ha would take a note for him of any decision which shauld be given entered in it tho following lines, as a full record of all that wag material which had occurred during tho day : Mr. Leach Made a speech Angry, neat, but wrong ; Mr. Hart, On ths othar part, Was heavy, dull and long s Mr. Parker Mada tha cusa darker, Which was dark enough without j Mr. Cooko Cited his book, And the Chancellor said 'I doubt.' ' Thisj -i d'esprit, Hying ubout Westminister Hall, reached tha Chancellor, who was very much amused with it, notwithstanding the allusion to his doubting propensity. Soon af ter, Mr. Rose having to argue before him a very untenable proposition, he gave his opin ion very gravely, and w ith infinite grace and felicity, thus concluded : ''Fur these reasons lha judgement must be against your clients ; and here Mr. Rose, the Chancellor doe not doubt." Pk'UFixT Bum. -Major Bliss is railed ia the army, "Perfect Bliss," a nick-name to which lie has showa himself justly entitled. At the celebration of the anniversary of the battle of Buerw Vutit by our army at Monterey, on the 2A1 of February, the fol lowing significant toast was drunk : "Lieut. Coutt of tha 1st D.agoons, pa tha haalih of Mist. Betty Taylor, the daugh ter of ths dislinguishud General, old ZV""" Amendment by Adjutant Holm: MT rn' erttoy "tcrffet Bliss" during tha buL.nca of J her days-