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SUNBURY AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL
ITEMS EDITORIAL and SELECTED. 07" Press foil Sale.' As we have enlarged our paper vc offer for sale a good econd handed Washington Iron Press, the Mme oa which the American has been printed. The platin measures 21 by 30 in ches full. It will be sold simply because we have no further use for it. E7" Eiuirrma Lvk. We have received a fresh supply of printing ink, which will be told at city prices, for cash $5,25 per keg of 20 lbs. ' U The person who took away a wheel barrow from before this office, is requested to return it without delay. A word to the wise, &c, John Donkey offered a hat to the author of the beat epigram, among others, he receiv ed the following: EPIGRAM. To make an epigram a hit It once took head and brains and wit ; John Donkey alters all of that And only makes it take his hat. Ah Expedition to Yucatan is proposed by Col. Anthony Kinp, who wishes to raise a force of 2,000 men. He is familiar with the country, and will answer all inquiries at A mcrican Hall, comer of Broadway and Grand sts., N. Y. Col. K. states that ho has 600 men enrolled, and is looking for advices from Washington. X. Y. Paper. Who authorized Col. Anthony King to raise such an expedition, and what has become of Gen. George Washington Dixon's famous ex pedition to tho same country 1 Phil. Ledger. The Osage Chief, Black Dog, is dead. He died, says our informant, about the 24 th ult., at his village. Ha has been lingering for two or three years under a tormenting disease. During his sickness, ho made two trips upon the prairies by the assistance of his band. Ho was literally a sulf-mado Hero. As a warrior, he had no equal among his peo ple. He was courteous in his Indian ways warm hearted, and generally beloved. In stature, the Black Dug was about 7 feet, weighing aomo two hundred and s-jventy-fivo pounds. We loam th.it the Satiate has confirmed the following military nominations, viz : Gen erals Twiggs and Wool to lx' Major Generals. Colonel Churchill to bj a Brigadi.-r General; Captains Washington anil Bragg, of the Artil lerv, to be Lieu'.enant Colonels; and Thomas. Acting Adjutant General, to be Lieutenant Colonel. Park Benjamin, Esq., the poet, says a New York letter of Thursday, is married to a daughter of Henry M. Western, counsellor at law in that citv. Progress of the Revolution in St. D j. minOo Fighting Begun. Tim reports of another Revolution having broken out in St. Domingo are confirm id by tho arriv.il at New York of tho brig Elizabeth, in 21 days from Marigoone. It brings intelligence that :Tho people, throughout th vli.i!.i rx'ent of tho Island, were arming against th - gov ernment. The night previous to h r sailing, an army was ar.si-mbling at M;irigo.-:i", to which was to be joined aivj'.lu.r force of in surgents 2,000 strong, raised at Jacmcl, and both together were to give battle to the Gov ernment troops. The people appeared to be much exasperated against the President. "While lying about forty miles from Mari goone, during a calm which occurred the day after her departure, Capt. Williams heard du ring the entire day the sound of hfavy can non, believing that the insurgents and govern ment forces had met, and were fighting near Port an Prince." The insurgents are the mulattoes, the gov ernment having sided with the blacks and allowed their demands of the abolitition of the Constitution of 1846 and the restoration of that of 1816. State Lunatic Asulcm. The Ilarrisburg Intelligencer slates that the Commissioners of the State Lunatic Asylum have held a meet ing, and concluded to commence the building during the present summer. Colvmbia River. A new and excellent channel has been discovered at the mouth of the Columbia River, Oregon. This makes three entrances to the river through which ships can pass. There were nearly two thousand wagons on their way to Ore. gon at last accounts. Lieut. Crittenden, son of the Senator, who acquainted Santa Anna with the disa greeable fact that "General Taylor never surrenders," is now at Cincinnati. Bheumatibm and Gout Wright's Indian Ve getable Pills area most extraordinary medicine far the cur of Rheumatism and Gout, heiansri they not only cleanse the stomach and bowels nf those morbid humors, which if taken into the circulation and thrown upon the membrane and muscle, are the cause of the above pain I ul mala dies ; but they excite the absorbent vessels to kt up that which is already deposited, and therefore are absolutely certain to make a p-r-feet cure of Rheumatsm and Gout. A sinzl S3 cent box of said Indian Vegetahle Tills wil! of ten Kiye the most astonishing reliel; and perse, sreranre according to directions will be certain to drive pain of every description from thfl bo- Caut'on. To avoid counterfeits j.urr!ie pnm thne nily who can nhow a cerndi .iie rf eeency repretentinj the l.inilins t.f Wi'inm 1'eim ; ii I cnmpue tlie IiItIs on the hoi with the fse a mi' on ihe certificate. To l.u if noil e. thev mini r eiictly alike, tianMuie slid all. l)eaie of c ijii ftils and impotilinn. CCT TI e tnni'ne for sale hy lfnn Mikii, sole agent fur Kuntmry, mid other g"nU, publUh ed in liiiolhei sit of this psper. ssegsr-r-st ' -?-. 'i .v i;sa .ft J R It i E It , In this jilacp, on Monday rvftiintr l:tt, by tho Rr-v. K. A. Fisher, Mr. HmM Price to Mia Mv Ass Martin, all of this place. In Liswisburjr, on Thura luy, Mill inst., by Rev. Mr. Lee, Mr. Anthony Deshev, of Dan ville, and Miha Mary Nesiiit, of Lewinbnrg. On the 4lh iuat., in Franklin township, Co lumbia county, by Rev. A. Brittain, Mr. Jona. FoRTSitR, to Miss Mary Ann Campbell, of Cattawigsa. By the same at the same time and place, Mr. Isaac F. Kline, of this county, to Mim Martha B. Fortner, of Franklin township, Cblumbia county. In Danville, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. W. T. Bunker, Mr. O. H. P.KiTCHr.M, of Bur wick, to Mies Mary Ci'Kira, of Pmville On the 4th inst., in Danville, by the Rev. M. C, Lightner, L. B. Ension, to Miss Eve lina B., second daughter of Win. Henrie, all of that place. D1I!D, At Northumberland on Saturday morning last, suddenly, Mr. DANIEL WEIMEH. an old and respectable citizen of said borough. rHIZ.ADSX.7HXA MARKET. WedsisdaT, May 17, 1818. Wheat Red is worth 140 a 142c ; white 143 a 144c. Rve Southern 75c, Penna. 77 a 78c per bushel. Oats Penna. are worth 40 a 42c; South ern 37 a 38c. Corn Penna. yellow 51a 52c, weight; white 48c. Whiskey Sales in bbls, at 23c ; hhds 2?c. nannonu urkkt, OJiee of the Rai.timdhh Aittatcis, May I J. Grain. We quote good to prime Md. and Va. reds to-day at 138a 142 cents little or none here. Sales of Penna. were made on Saturday at 142 cents for red, and 146 cents for white. Sales of white Corn to-day at 41a43cents; and of yellow at 47a48 cents. Rye is worth 75 cents. We quote Oats at 35a38 cts. Whiskey We continue to quote blls. at 23 a 53 i cts., and hhds. at 22 a 22, cents. PKICH CUK11ENT. Corrected week!; hij Henry Muaser. WmT, .... J37J Km, 7ft Conn, .... 60 Oat. . . 4il Hcn, ..... IB Eno. .... 8 I'oRK. . . fl 1'mo.in, ... . TLintv, ... 10 lifKsnil, 2'r' Fui, ... - 8 Hst'KLKI' ll U, Uhi kii A rrLKs, 75 FRKNCII REVOLUTION' '"P YR AN TS as well as Vonopoli.i I to must prices. That tins is a I, ITl'Ist fill'. fact ''an be proi'il I by railing uf Xh. 12 jNm-tli '2 A s-tioct. abovf! Arr-.li i ii I x. a '-i r, a? xx z a. r.r, eh&'3 4Y, ri.i: colo axo Mi.vr.n watches i.oweiitiiax ever oi-rr.uKi), ttV;.Vn ot.d liittil', 'l lin stock consists in patt of Gold an I Silver Levels ; I'Kpines and Quartier Watches ; Jewel rv of the n-wist and moil la.hiunable pattern. " ML Yi'.li HFOGS- d Particular attention paid to the- articles, the iual t'j if whuh is AVI, and workman-hip !!). The establish input dI LL IIU'RAV has b. en well known PU.'t FOUIlTY I'f.lA'v, in SECOND Street. ai..l has mode a character which nei (Is 1:0 puflii g Silver TKASrOONS as low as SI, 30 p-r s.-tl can ti ma le f,ir less if wished. WATi'A CLASSICS Plain. 10 its ; Patent, IS; Lunettj. 20 cts; other articles in piopor tiori ll--memlr, you can buy here below any pub, lishe I list ol prices in this City or N- w York Watch ll-pairing particularly uttendi'J to. ami wtirrant-il to give satisfaction X (i, Gold ami Silver bought fur ensh nr UU-n in exchange at ( lon'l fnrg"t the No 7'-') North Secimil Street, above Arch. phila h.lph;a. Sept. 2. IS 17 ly c. May C, 1813 l;t:i of C Il-irU'M VToolverto'. -V'OriCK is hereby given that letters tes'a 1J mntiry have been granted ' th stibscri b-rs, exe utors ofCharl"' Woolvcrton. ilec',, a te uf Shaiiinkin township. Noi tliutr.berland r()UllIy. All p-rsons knowing therr.selves in.l .liteil to taut eta!e. ainl those having any claims against the sanvv an; requested to settle their accounts with out i! -1 .i y The undersigned executors will meet for that purpose at the house ol the late dee'd, on Tuesday, the 6th day of June next, of which per sons interested, will please take notice. JOHN I. WOOLVEKTON, WILLIAM REED, April 53, 1318 0w Executors. Estate of Charles Cicnrliart. sTOTICE is hereby Riven that letters of id. lx ministration have been granted to the sub scribers on the estate ol Charles Gearhart, dee'd, late of Rush township, Northumberland county. All persons having any claims on sanl estate, and those indebted to the same, are requested to set tle their accounts without delay. The subscri bers will meet for that purpose at the house of the Deceased, on Monday the 22.1 of Vay next, of w hich persons intereted will please take no tice. JOHN CF.ARHART.Jr of Rush, VM. METTLF.R, Jr. of AuSusta. April IS, 1848 6t wm ttii a il h i mm. Tu prc.-iitiittf the public witli a remedy f r tlie irentnient aii'.l cure ol I'evkr and m K Qtnl -iiIkt hill 'lis itiHruses. xn :ip.l.'ty l Hewlett. Vusl uuniucn, in the L'nilcJ Mutctf, who sutler Irom Uite nll'.':ti im in their vuru-,1 r.rms, aru c nnni-liftJ l- w-k relief iroin i-tlior tunics Itun the inline- dale i.re-iTi:,ti n of tlie niiur physn.-iaii. It lie.': lines llujref re nil nliit;r.-t ol tuun illllv. aswellusof pulilio Inter- esr. t"i britu: l.'f..rr Ihtm a remeily prepare,! from nutcti ex- I'l'nt'llr,;. mi't wltifh m iv always lie reliel up mi tin it. KrFKTTI'AL. ASiO HARMLESHTO Tlir ro.NSTUl l IO . 'I'll it s.i.-h is the true , 'uriicler ,.f tlie IMUA CIH H.Al.flGI is amply nttesfei l.y liie ittuvebil success with whu-h ii hi he-.-n einru -ye,!. Hilriu-t fr.rni a ennmit'iicuti'in f the II Wil- j.mh U'ooneRiiijE, of the V. K. S-iale, tale G ivcrn ir uf ,i, PEIBOIT, Ocl.Sl, 110. Ili-irTi'K I'HAR1.E OsoOOD, ll.-tr Sir. I h ive reaj witti in-irh iiitvrey. yiur little Tt.AE'.Tisl: up m the -ejuses. treiluleiit and cure'' uf the r,.'.r,! ,li.:, .,-!, vehi.-h hiive A i extrnsivelv prev:,lle:l in our 1 r uintrv rliinnir Ihe hsl lew mmllis n iutereat inernawil n .1 "ill-. Iiv liie f:u-t tint I hove in liviiluillv .uUre lsi ! nin -ii nr. no Itmul. TH-h I le-l tuyH. lf very lue nipetrut l 1 1 jn-li-e sifelv up-'U a Kiihje-t n entirely pr.ifeiwi 'n il, vel ! y iiir tlie ry w-emi 1 1 me well n,s nl, uti l y ur c melu- ; .us inst, li-i.l I think witiml. th-it y 'iir namr-ltlH is caK-a- lat'- l fi pio,tii.-e miieh i.nieiti al a ihI. Kp"uliiua 'it the medicine tie siys : It fully justified yur j f! uteriiiK exnectnti .hb. pii'I us a irife, ennveinent, uti-l p -pu-' l.,r rein,- Iv. niv own eiperiein-e, i f ir. iu.luees me to he. li. e. Il,-.l 1! will nr ive u ureal nuhlie lienefit. I "l pleinn-n I t i le-ini llmt v m huve re Il ei-tiMiheil neverul w.-neies f ir lis rlisp 'Miioii Hi null I re-rret thin, Willi a view l' a rn Te ireiienil ilisfemiiiMti-m of it, you nil 'uld have found it n.--''s-ry to remove from your present renulenee ain'-ni; us. Wilh mueh reapeirt 1 liuve ihe lion-.r to he. sir, Vour nhliced serviillt, W 1 1 .1 .1 A M V OO 1 1 H H I lifi F.. ttf From the lion. Wm. A. FiricllIB, t hief Juatk-e Supreme Court of the Hlate of .Miiliigun, lo the Agent at -v yrmrjmrmk I'elroil. Ann Arbor, Fet. 17th, 1I3 Sir, Harms had repeale-l iipportunltiea (turiuij the last yeur, of wiiliewinir the itiliimry eit'ecUof lr OfeiC'icsts India rholua it atf rds me craat pleoaure lo liear lestim-iny in its fuvor. as an invaluuhle remetly in case of Fever and Aau and Hilhous Disease eenerully. Many raara have eoto uu,ler my ooaervutioil, of prrins wlm lutve sutTered f. years, who have been immediately relieved by the us ol one or two bottleaot' Choiugne-ufl ; and 1 have not known a siiucle enae where relief haa its been obtained by its use. Believing that the geuerai use of this medicine must be uc the sreateat importance to all per amis livins in thoae parts of our eounrry, which are auh)eet lo Billious Diaeaaea, I Stve it this eeuentt reoominendntion. Nor is the pleasure of this act diminished, by the fact tliat I am personally ac quainted with Dr. OsgnAd, and that 1 have the miau entire confidence in him aa a akillful, experienced, and judiciuua phvmeuuis. 1 rctnuin respectfully your most obedient servant. WM A. FI.KTC'HRR. Aeent for flunhury H. B MAtF,B i Northumberland, WITHINOTOM Co i Miltm, i- il. RASUl; 8eluu-a-r-iva, MAY Kt.OSK May, IHII4-U DR. TOWNSEND'S COSMUXD EXTRACT OF SAHS.VPAIIILLA. rplllft Kxtract in put up in qnnrt bottlm. It it nix time .1 che-Aper, pkn wmcr, nnrt worrunttxl nuperlT li any n ld. It oiifrs ctisendes wittiout vomiting, purging, ick nes or dcttiUtating the pndent, Bud is particularly adapted for a FAM, AND nimG MKDIC1NR. Tlic prc.it be j lit y and auprrinrhy of this ttdrMtpahlhi over other rcmcditu In, whiht it ermliratt; dwuase, U inviff rtitp the bf . Cunsuinplim eurcd. Cluaime and Strengthen. Consumption can be cured. Dronchitii, Ommtmpiion, IJver Complaint, GoMa, Cougha, Catarrh, Asthma, Snittiug of ntond, 8 reneta in the Choat, Hectic Flush, Night Sweats, Dim cult and Profuae Expectoration, and Pain in the Bide, Ac, Ac, hare and can be cured. ProUbly there never was a remedy that has been ao sue ceasful in desperate casea of consumption aa this ; it clean ea and strengthens the aval em, and appears to heal the ul cera on the luna, and patients gradually regain their usual health and strength. CLitlOLS CASE OF CONSUMPTION. There is scarcely a day passes but there are a number of cases of consumption reported as cured by the une of Dr. To wiison's SarsapariUa. The following was recently re ceivad : Dr. Towkskd Dear Sir : For the last three years I have been nlflicted with general debility, and nervous con sumption of the last stage, and did not expect to ever gain mv health at all. After going through a courwof medtcine under the care of some of the moat distinguished regular physicians and members of the Board of Health in New York and elsewhere, and spending the nmst of my earnings in attempting to rem in my health, and after reading in a mie paper of vour Sarsnrtarilla I reaMved to try it. After using six bottle's I I'mmd it done me groat good', and called to see you at your office; with your advice 1 kept on, and do most henrtily thnnk you for your advice. I peraevcre in Inking the Samnparillu, and have been able to attend to my usual lab-trs I" r the last fmr months, and I hope by the Mewings of O'd and ynur Siraapnrilla to coniiuue my health, ll helped me bevund the expeetnti-tns i f all who knew mv caw. CHARLES QL'IMBY Orange, F,mcx en. N. J , Aug. 3, 1S47. Slate of New Jersey, Kxsex county, as. Charles Quim bv lfing duly nwrn necording to law, on his oath snith, that the fureg nng sttenietit is trite aerrding to the best of his knowledge and belief. CI1AKI.KS QL'IMBY. Sworn nnd aul scriled to bcfre me at Orange, the 2d August, 18-17. CYULS BALDWIN. Justice of the Pence. SPITT1NO HI.OOD. Rod the f '11 -wing, nnd any thut cjnsuiiiption is in incu rnblc if y m can : New York, April 2.1. 117. Dr. Townmcnd : I verilv believe that ynr Strsaparilln (ins been the means, through Providence, ol' saving my lile 1 hnve f r severnl ycirs lind n Uid cugh. It hecinje w tnc H'vl worne. At list I rniied Inrce qiinntities of bio id, had ii'-jht sweats and wasgre itly deliiiitated and reduced, nnd did irt expect to live. I have only used y.iur Susnparilla I n! a 9h rt time, and th.-re Ins a wonderful ehnngc leen wr mcM in m". I ntn n w ahlc 1 1 w ilk all over llu- city. I nie n bl.n-t, and my couch has left me. You cm well it v pi iiu llial 1 am Ihnikfnl I' r thF- results. Yimr obedi ent servant. WW. RI'SSKI-L. 63 Cntlianue at. lot hkr sim:hch. Th ninexed ceriiluatc tells a simple and truilifti! story of RiiiTerii!!! r.n-l relief. There are th us.mds f Riniilar cu s in this ci'y nnd Ilr 'k'klyn. and yet there arc th nsnds of iT'ireur? let their ehil Ircn die tr t"e;ir uf being hutnSuged vt t wive a few slulhns. Br.i klyn, Sept. KI. 17. Dr. Tuwnsend: I toke p!e:isurc in Ftiliair. for the Lenc- n "i in -pe vn m it nriv r m til. tr.nl tnv iniicliir-r t-, , T1!' Il'lfi Ml X 111 tirh il(l. V!t iinirtfx1 rvxiii'f-nl t li'.i v mi I l's'f s,;eech. Siie win iven up us pnii j- c ivery bv our f:imi'v phyai-ji;in ; hut l-ntuunlely 1 win re- j c uniiH'ii.'irJ Ijy n fiieii'l ti try yur Sursj; ui i!!a. livl' rc j ln i.ijr n-.l one Ivttile the rt.-citvtVfd her cpeeeh mid was ' ea.f.tltvl t-i v illi ul nc. ti the f nitiTi).:U t f ull were I iie tu'iintcd wi'.h t lie eircnnis'uncts. Sue is u-'v t;ui:c tin I in nui'.'h he;tT In- 1M1 lh;m s;n- hus heen f r is in intl.s ! pnrt. .HtSK.rH TAVUHt. -J.s tuk nt., Iir U'L i TWO CUll.lJKr.N S.VVKU. ' I Ve. y ft v f.tmili' in leud in f e-i we imve u t !: iii'I ' f t j ( i! iiF -.i Dr. T wiih :ri'p Sns-ifuillii in tii.ie, I.M J i cny '"hi! ircn : Huninvr. w' i: :!i .. t'i-it '. I 11 , 1 j :-r I and 'lit. !. Tu c-:ri-if. -Ce we pu!is!i l -l w in e 'i". !. v: i Cf v u.c?. an I is -nl.. u:i tiifr i.-Vume f i i' '. v: t :r iiv -t 1 e'.i! lien : ( I'r. Tnv. i:m !W-;ir Sir : 1 !. ul iv i c':ii e r".! Iiv AT 'rr:t" i i i i i ii: unnnivr c .ni,iii::t mil i!y:i n'.iry; "? v:t n!y lfl nin-h. ld aulihattfitr 3 yeai'n. Tt:'.:y :;! very niicii re !.i-cd, hii.1 we extv.t I tliev w.m!.' die'; uv w-re jttvsi up ! y tw rer; cc:illc ph iii;u;. Wh-n e (I c T iii: 'r-ni--I its il;it we must I nc thein. w r'.i 1 J - trv v -nr Sirs. Tri";:i wit hud Iteunl s i nin -ii o?'. tu IiuJ lit'Je c iitV!t;:i-e. ti.-.-re beinc .i itr.teli ;:':" c i vtr :ia-J th -t i.i w mU tu we nre N-it;kfitl tint wo dH. f .r it tm 1 ::ilteJIy js.tve;l ilie liveK -f b t!i. I wriie this thut oih ctr :n iv be i:iJu;-e-J I ii.se it. V it-., rcr-ee 'fuilv, .lOMN WILSON, Jr. to t:ii: i-AniKs. GKK.VT FEMM.i: Ml'DICIM'. M l"n. TitwESDs rAiisp,U!t.LA Ih :i ti vereiir:i hivI -n-n-lv cure i" r incipient c iiK-iin;ni.jn, arid for the general j r -Btrj ti ' "f the jiVH'ein :i mailt;- wlieiher th r.t ilt A' iuhe- l (Miiitc or causL1), t rxlit-ed Lv imrffuUtriLv. ilijii-rx cr ;- cun-ui. N ttliiu? enn te m 11 "nrrieiji-; th'iu i'.s iuvik-.r u the liuuia.i I'-urt. lYtx'ii nl' VP:!!inc(-.s s-til l-'. f.oin l-il.ini: it at iiiri! Iii-.'.iiii.' r :linwt e:i't lu.i le.re v under Us in;i i"iic'.. It iiii.ne U i' -;!v c tnii'ei?.c's iUi-ervi-lLU'lie&B tlie u.in'.e frame, which in the ere.u ea.lie h iririiut-SA. It will ll 'I l.e vx- iftirl of us. in cu-.ei - f no deli' lie u n '- tore, I i exl.ll.lt C(T::l''.'t'S f I'J -H I ert-.n-l'-'t. l ilt wo eori -ine the u.Ui.-.cl tint li'.iii.lreils ot cas.-. have been re,.or- t t i u. llu. Tiiv;r.Mi: My w'iV I 'iiv' rre-itly it:-rer I l,y 'i'.il-;ti an 1 reei'fil ,1 -l-ili v. m s rl'.rir.ir e n:i ni.ilv Iiv 1'iin aii.l wi'h ,'t!i'-r l:.:t;..'u, ie-. anl h.ivinir Un 'Wil c ;'s wliu-re y "ir m-.-'lioi ii-f 1' is i-.V-e:i'l irreat eure; tiitil al hc'll.tf it rec n:nn''i! le I for ciien as I have iU'ki'i il,,.!, ilifiiuied a b iltle ol y air l.xtra-'t ol ir'-.a:'inl:a mi 1 f 1 vei llic iliiec'i :i y utrive tin-. In a sliort peii-d it rem -vl her e "an, -rim s in j r. r ireo i:t ti ncuri. ir,-:nir eri 'l'l'll! f T the la;; '"Vs Hl:e rr 'i i e.l. I talo- i!.-aii:ire ill thin' n-.'rtu iwie iirinir u, util reo in n -a u:i'.r ii t itie ru' in-. M. IL Muor.K, Albany, Au". P. 'H. c r. Cnmd A: Lvilia 's. DYfl'Kl'SIA. N tluid or me.liciu.i has ever been discivcrcil wliieli ai nanr'y reaembles the r is'ric juice or saliva in dee anniiiiijr f'Kid and Mtrcmjlheuiiu; the organs of dieation as this pre paration ol Saisaparilla. It p'witively cures every caac cf dveoepsia, however severe or chronic. Bank Department. Aluanv, May 10, 1815. Dr. Townsend Sir : I have been artiicted I'ur sevenil years with dys;Mrpia in its woret form, attended with a.-ur-hess of etomach, loss of appetite, extreme hearlhurn, and a great aversion to all kinds of f al, and f ir weeks, (what I c Hild eat) 1 have been unable to retain but a email portion on mv stomach. I tried tlie usual remedies, but they bad but little or no efTcct in rcmnviufr the c mplaint. 1 waa in duced, ab Hit two montha since, to try your Extract of rtar mpRrilla, and I must auy with little confidence ; but after Usui? nearly two bottler, 1 toond mv appetite restored and tha heartburn entirely removed : and I would earnestly re commend the use ol' it to thoae who have been afflicted as 1 have been. Yours, ate., W. W. VAN ZANDT. Aeent for Sunl.nrv JOHN W. FRIMXO: Nor- llmmberland. MARY A. McCAY ; Danville, WM. A. Ml' It RAY Ac Co., April s, ls4M. ly Orphans' Court Sale. N puisuanceof an order of the Orphans' Court of Nnithiimberland county will he exposed to public sale, on SA TURD AY, the 80th day of MAY next, on the premises, to wit: T-'if one undivided ttnih part if a certain Tr:ft of Land, aitua'e in Upper Augusta township, in said coun ty, adjoining lands of George C. WelUcr, Gideon Mai kle and others, containing in the whole about eighty five acrea Late the estate of Jacob Gasa, d' c'd Sale to commerce at 10 o'clock. A' M. of said day, when the teriiisof sale will be mad known by PHIMP RF.NN, Guardian of Jacob & Margaret Bloom I'v order of the Court, i T.dward Oyster, Ik Sunbury, April 22, IS 18 ts rh!!u., Itt iullii r, iil I'otUvlllo Hull Ituad. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT CHANGE of Hours, and two Trains Daily each way, except Sumlaya. On and alter M inday, May 1st, 1818. two trains will run each way, dally, betweea Pbila and Potlsville. MORNING LINE ACCOMMODATION Leaves Philadelphia at 7J A. M daily except Sundays. Passes Readinc at 10 45 A. M. Leaves I'ntlsvillii at 7) A. M. daily except S.in lays Pjsss Reading at 0 10 A. M. The above Line stops at all way stations on the road as formerly AFTERNOON LINE FAST THUS. I'fl Train. I D'liut Train, L"UV"S Philadelphia atlLeaves Pottsville at 2j Si P M .daily except P. M , daily except Sundays. Sundays. Leaves PhiEiiixville 3 45, Leaves Sch Haven, 2 37 Poltstown, 4.15 ft. (10 Port Clinton, 3 00 " Reading. " Port Clin'on, " Scb. Haven, irrivea at I'otta villa, " Reading, 3 50 " Poltstown. 4 .10 " I hreaixville, i 00 Arrives at Slate , Road, 5,50 545 6 10 6 80 The afternoon train will stoponly at the above named stations Passengers for other points must therefore take the Viorning Line Depot in Philadelphia, corner of Broad and Vine btreeta. No Passengera can enter the Caia unless provided with Tickets. NOTICE. Fifty pounds of baggage will be allowed to each passenger in these lines ; and passengers are expressly prohibited from taking anything as baggage but their wearing apparel which will be at the risk of jts owner. No freight will be taken by theso lines. By order of Board of Manegera. 6. BRADFORD, Secretary Msy 6 ISia.tf Notice - 7i the hein of Thomas Marburg, dee'd. BY virtue of a certain writ ol partition and valuation to me directed, n inquisition will be held tt 11 o'clock, A. M. on MONDAY, the Gth day of JUNE, 1848. upon the promises ol a certain tract of land in Ruh township, Nor thumberland county, aurveyed on a warrant dated June 23, 1773, to James Doltt adjoining; lands ot John Hursh, Lewis Vastine, Benjamin Vastine and others, containing three hundred and twenty acres, more or less, to inquire whether the said premise! can be so parted and divided to and a mong ail the bein and legal representative! of the laid deceased, (to wit : Sophia Jolly, Mary Ely. Charle! Rex and Lydia P. fail wife, John Thompson Executor of Rebecca Jolly, dee'd. Re becca I.e Due, Adminis'trix of Mary Rex, dee'd, heirs of Thomas Maybury, dee'd, Rebecca May bury, Warren Jones & Elisabeth his wife, Wil liam Harrison & Anna his wife, William Harris & Susan bis wife, John Boyd & Jane his wife, and Sarah Ann Maybury, who are the heirs of Wil loughby Maybury, dee'd, who waa one of th hein of Thomas Maybnry, dee'd ) as in said writ commanded, at which time and place the aforesaid heirs are hereby warned to be and appear if they think proper. THOS A. BILLING TON, Stir iff Sheriff's Office, Sunbury, I April 82. 1818 (61 Centre Turnpike Road. NOTICE ia hereby given that an election will be held at the house of John S Lee, in the borough of Northumberland, on Monday, the fifth day ol June, between the houia of 10 o'clock A M and 3 o'clock P M., lor the purpose of choos ing officers to serve for the ensuing year. J.R PRIESTLEY, President. April 29, 1818 It Dissolution ol I'lMliit'islilji. rjlhe partnership heretofore existing under the JL firm of Hphuoach & Clk.mkst. in the Foun dry business in this pluce, liashepn this ilny, dis solved by mutual cniisent. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said firm are requested to call and settle their accounts without delay, r.r they will be placed in the hands of a magisliate for collection. I T CI.F.MI'NI' GRO ROllRr.AU! Sunbury, April I, 1811 22 SOARBXNCi-. TJHE subscriber is prepared to receive and ac A commodate a lew transient nr permanent H-iardtrn.nl her resilience in Sunhuiy. Th In ration is in a hamUoine and pleasant part of tin.' ..... . i: jl t i i ... ... . na, I urthiimbi-riainl an.l the scet.rry adjacent To persons lioin th- city, who wish tu spend a few months duriin! the suinnn r s"asnn, Snnbiiiy nlHirds a delihtrul retreat. ANN" C. M(i;U!I.J. April S. 1 S IS. Gin CITY DACCKllllDOrVi',: r STABLE SIiII2?.T F, 100 Lttrsnut street. .' doors cil-i-j side, PHILADELPHIA. fSVir", subscribers, proprietors of th oMe-t JL K-tii'jIishin. iit in thu t'lty ol pliii.iil. ! li;a. In-ill loiinde.l in 1810, would rail jtt, nlioo ol the public to their recent yn.i! an. I iyo i.!crfnl luipri.rimeut in taking Paituei i out vps I'oitraita. SKY LIGHT POK'I RAITS '1 i.e ni!,n-rib.-is brglidve to subjoin a few of the notices th-y have received Itom the Press throughout the country, in relation to the improvement th"y havi made in the introduction ol lights I y which Hie lull and clear expression ol the Kye is obtain ed more perfectly than hen toloie. Fr ni tin: X rill American. TUe neutral exprcml 'll (if tlie eye by Mr. C llluii' new er v-'.m of intr iltiinii tlie litelit. hjs been in st ilin'inetlv tine f- i 'lovet r.e.l, ua well lis all llie liplils and sli ,'lt s iii'!is eriil end 1 's- i !! t ' a enV-1 Uk-ti-rs. r 'in ll.e iltir.f iv I .mi l '11.. Mi- C, l.-l'.e ce Utility i.li'a::i,.l .e eye. In i fer nerle":! n ttiei we have riti tt e sj-a here ; end j tins s treri -rit t ieell.t r witli the cleaines-. di-:iii' tu,-,s j ami tletleele tint, ll-.ey ei'.'e I'l-i- pic'.ll'-. , nia'.e tlieia w.T I lliv uf adnllrali ai, n,t tatty likvu4uji, Lut lm w ha L'f ! art. I'r ini 1'ie llarri-l urir t'ni'ii. 1 V.e er inline I s-eei liens f th-:r lilleae'es wl.vn in'l-i ' ci'y liie uilier t!.;y, a.-. I f mat! them 1 1 p -cMail the bi-i u'y t-i' .a !;ii:,r ami s a'tu.-s t)f tx; rt;h-i"ii "f tlie finest s'et 1 en ' er4viiiiT, tvhieh is s nnethtn'! liiilliual in I'aiiilerte tyiv,. ! Yin i.. .'l"-iiuel ly tlie inlr alueU n of iiuiil frt'ul abjve. ; U.Meatl t f tile Rli't.' t'f tilt-'allerv. ' I'Min the Ualt'.m -re Ctij'.mr. 1 '"The ni Rt imp trtant iinpr 'veuieiil In the rae ierii.ia t art. w i in- by the Me.trs. t'tillius'- Philadelphia, and cn sihii, in a ditl't-rent iii-ninvr ttf itiln -ttni-iuir the lijiht, and cer t iill ajT.j.'.i lis f the i:istrunlent. We have seen a Hue fC I the p..'rlriits, which thev have execute), and iN'V have the dielinetncM nnd liennty nf fine eii:ravinps. Thev are es pecially remarkable in giving the pr.ijier natural expres si'ai ol the eye." Fr.an every scctinn nf the cninlry where our pictures have been seen they Iwve received similar flatterine tuti eea. The public evnerallv are invited lo visit our Galleries, pr ibably the must extensive in the world, and judge for themselves of the truth of these notices. Philadelphia, Apill IS, lcdf ' OXYGENATED Z12 'Q tiP ISJ JXi. u3 8 A SOYLRKI;.N Rt'MEDY FOR DYSPEPSIA, I'llTIIISIC, AND GENERAL ZDILZTT. GEORGE B. GREEN, Puoi'iktok. Windsor Vermont. 18 & sovereign remedy for DYSPEPSIA, in mwiy of it forum, uch as pain in the Htoiusch, Heartburn, liabituul Cosliveneu, Acid Stomach, Jlcailache, Lous of Appetite, PiM, Night Hweata, wiJ even Coutiumptun (U.MsjHitic Phlhmic,) and Atathnia, or Phlhmic attemied witu tleraitge meiit of the Stomach (or l)ype tic Anhnn,) L-i;fuu!t Ureathingr, which often remit fr na impvri'tfct digceuoii (or iJyupfptic Syspiinca,) i relieved by thev; Haters. In sh.irt, their u&e has bcvii proved in the relief uf aim t all thu symptoms thai proceed from a debilitated or ot.mic coudi tiiiuf the Stomach ; ols in general debility ariii.ii; ir in ape or from the effects of Fever, particularly Fever and A'ue. Females sulfchmr under any uterine iWan'ment aiisinc from wtaknew, will mid the k,l'xiaicNATiiD Uit TKi,Yan cxcelleut reinedy, und nt surfKumed by any medi an in use. The history of tins medicine is peculiar. It tuts made its way to public favor solely by the force of its own uilru;ie met its. No artificial mean have bvtn used to uive it u toricty and thrust it up-n public otle:itin. It lias never before even lcen advertised, hut having first ah m-n its re markable elfiitacy in the family of the proprietor, and by him afterwards administered t his artiicted li icihIh and ac qii'itnuinccs with a like roault, its reputati n gradiuiiiy ex tended until it is known m thu uh hi distant jorts ot the Union, us a medicine of unrivalled virtues m the cure of Pyspepsia in all its dirlereut forms, and also f..r ihe cute of Asthma or Phtliimc. Jts only herald and its only eul py has been the story of its wonderful efficacy, as told t'nuu m utli t ni mth or by letter from friend t ineud. In eve ry instance where thtse Umem liave been u!, and the re hull made known to the proprietor, they have proved a re medy. Numerous certificates, attesting the singular crficaev of the "Oxyuenateu Hit r tut,," are iu the p'SHe! 11 of lle proprietor; many nf them signeit by pcra.-n. alrtwdv wiJeiy ku own to the puUic. GFeO. B. fiBKF.N, proprietor V INDSOR, Vt , Opt lr a, IMS. Tlie following I'ertlliriiles have recent!) been rect-ived t WiftHiMiTosi, I). C, Ji sr It), 1M6. I Il tviug mide use of the 'Oxygenated Uuu-rn" pry'.ir.d ! by Or. Uc. K. Green, WiimImt., Vt. and fr-un ku w- ! ledge obtainwi of their t- ficacy in other esses, weeh-er("iity rec 'inmend them t the public. lielievnijiT thUthey willfully sustain the rec iinmendation ot" the Propriet r. Wv hope that this v.dnable remedy mav be x generally riiiluwJ Ihroufthout liie country that it inay be acocwiblo to nil the Ufllicted. WMd-lAM I IMI Wl L'S.K'nntir lrvm erni'iiit. J AMI'.S F. SIMMJNS. I'. H. Hetwt T from R I-Uitl J. T. MOIti ;ilKAl. I. S. tkliaU.r and f vm.-riv 1 a-ftrn. or uf Kentui-kv. 1.. H. AHXtH.D, .Member ol ConirrerH and ( rmrlv fl 1. VeniMf of K 1. WM. WOODURlDCFs, V. S. Senut ir and Or.nenv Oe- vern ir of MicbiRim. M. L. MAR I iN, Pelccate in C jncre faun WincMisin Territory. From II n. H- D- Foith, Memter of Congress frcm Peunsvlvanui Wahii.toj, D. C , June 10. 1?4d Pear Sir, T have been a dvsncnuc niAeter f jt about ten ye&is, and have rettoiled to vanoutt mtxlicines icr relit-f without succMa, until I made use of your ''O&vpeuatcd Uitteife." I have used about two bottles, awl tuil mvu-li restored to perfect health. Tho forms in which that dis ease showed itself, in my case, were, great acidity ol Ihe stomach, h as of appetite, exlrem flatulence, severe consti pation of the bwcf, at id violent hestdaehe. Feeling den rons that knowledge of your valuable remedy may reach others similarly afflicted. I take great pleasure in reenrd in my testimony to its curative power; and would alsi remark, that while on a visit at home a short time since, I administered a nart of a tattla U a number of mv ami?td friends, with great succus. They are dceiroiia that, you should esuhlish an aaency at Pitlsburr, or inform them whura the mdif iiia con ba obtained, with an earnest de sire for your prosperity mui happiness, I subscribe mveelf, truly your friend si li. I UPitU. loct. eo. B aarcf,Windtvr( Vt. Hold Wholesale and Retail bv ftreett Fletcher, Na. 36 South Ruth Street, Philadelphia. Agent for Siinhury I!. B MASTER Afntsfof Milton MACK AY 4 HAA0 Aprd 16, U4b SALA1VIANDER, FIRE AM) THIEF TROOF CHIJSTS, FiRK-rROOF DOOPS FOR DAXKS AND STORr.S Seal and Lcltcr-Copying Prcpsus, Patent Slato-Lined Rpfnijorators. Watnr Fil ters, Patent Portable Water Clo unts, intfiiilod for thu bic-k and Infirm. EVAXS & WATSOX, 76 .o,ith Third Street. OPPOSITE THE nillDnU'IIIA EXCHANGE. Manufacture and keep constant ly on hand, a large aaa irtmeni of tht above articles, together with their Patent Improved Ralsmancler F1RE-PKOOF SAFF-8, which are so cons.turtcd as to set at rest alt manner nf doubt as to their being strictly 6re-proof, and that tiiey will resist the 6 re of any blliidine. The outside eases uf these Safes are msde of boiler iron, the inside case of soap stone, and between the outer case and inner case is a since of some three inches thick, and is filled in with indestruc tible material, si as to make it an impossibility to burn any of the contents inside of this Chest. These frmpstone Sa- amandcra we aro if epared and do challcilfre. the world to pr idnce any article iu the shape of Book Safes that will stand as much heat, and we hold ourselves ready at all times to have them fairlv tested by public bonfire. We aleoemtinue to manufacture a largo and eeneral assort ment of our Premium A ir-tisrl-t Fire Preof Safes of which there arc over 800 now in use, and in every instance thev have eiven entire aatiafactton to Die purchasers of which we will refer Ihe public tu a few gentlemen who have them in use. Ilavwoud Ac stnvder. Pott-ville : J"t"ph O. Lawtun P ttsville: Mr. William C'arr, p.iylcslown, Pa. N. & G. Taybr, Iii north 31 t.; A Wricht & Nephew Vine st. wharf; Alexander Caror. t'onvevunc-r, corner of Filbert and yth sis.: John M. Ford, 32 north 3d at.: Mvera Bush. SO n irth 3d St.; James M. Paul, lilt snith 4th St.; Dr. David Javne. 6 south 3d St.: Mathew T. Miller. 90 SMith 3d at.; and we e 'uld name some hundreds of others It it were necessary. Now we invite the attention of tlie public, and particularly those in want of Fire Proof Safes, local! at our store before purchasine elsewhere, nnd we can eatisfy them they will pet a Itetler and cheaper article at our store than at any other establishment in the city. We alsi manufacture the ordinary Fire Proof chests, at st very l"W prices, cheaper than Ihcy enn be bought at any uthcr store in Phiiadet; Iuh. DAVID F.VANS. JOHANNES WATSOX Philadelphia, April S, IMS ty V -7T-" :-- -A H- 'I'll It VAI. ( 1 11! CONSUMPTION!! 'T 's x Km ' Mvi:, UV Fr.V ti.Tis. li::u i: i 1'. t:r-iiJujj. iJlMnit.t ' C.'.it in-. i.j - ' Ii ifis' l;u"j, lit ! Ii. fi, . V rn -r T-l!vr, I'-.-.t ii. iJ Pai;i oi'tlc i tfif.i .t hnmb'i; , f. i.i un iisiu'ii L :u'.irv, Dt r.- Chr iim Ti- I -v-II lie i:i 1 j 1... ".' l.W S .1.1, ', (111(1. "-,1 : tii1.: ;i:iiii ( li lis tiliV :i. M- I'V. Mi!f l::i;tra- Chr r.:c ; tu.i 'it 1 L1;j- Ia t;,:s m. J: .n? sevt--r:t' i.m i- nt 1- it very ji .tL:it aiiir.!-: ol" the vtrrt -hie m usuH'd, l'rmi:iirac mjjniii oilier pepi j-tiuTi, n:i I u;.i'i.Mlt '.i in rn . ciVtM n mi tKe i m; s.cni ;ttn i;i: i un lcr tr-r.-fp. iiii.-u:.t be i:i t.:e li ta '.'I "-vjry it. wli , by t joints, rr tciicru! p;urf; oi'Iiic. in i.C'lirtp ic t- the verv mnny viliiu-.-u tint rt-u-i1.:r liie h euis;-, mtt-ud i n blMiu, liiiJ b i oiiji icnu.t in death. FOil ScWori LA. Dr. Dt'aku' P.m wn i.- i"i-i:jni:i!"i!t'.cd an 0 certain rc:ntly. N Jt out? ins'.unceoi ilhuiIliu: Ij.ih ever occurred when tre-j-y n;-d ! 1'. cn: c? the dima.-.e nu.l itt thesiiiie li.nc impirtti ig t t t-e wh le avBi'.-in. S -r-ful u pers 'lit cm never pay t 1 unieli n:t-.-tiii n to the s'.tte ul the.r I I -)d. lis pu nticati n Rir uld be llu-ir iirst urn ; f' i prrFcve.iiij w.J aci!!:!,-!!! 11 care nf evln utiti:ii:r kv div.s ". FOR F.UrPTl'NS OF Ti I V. f.vlN. Sonny. Js rSutt': Ailei ti ji, Tutn r.-s, W;;:t'.- s.Vfil::'. KrjTujiel:tn, t.ievrit, t'aiitern, It ttiininir P rm, J',-a! 4 njid Kllvtf. In. I)nk--' i'nn:ie-d cimi .t le I ?o Iu rj y vx 1::1: it stjarelics out the very r vf the dihcj-s, and j;enn.i:icir.. INDHir.ST.i'N oil JJYSPLPS1A. N in- licuiH pt-rlurji 'un ever ben din' veie.l wVii.-!! ijives much t- iic t t .-it hi.:ch an cao-s ttu becre ti 'ii 1 1 a h'-iltity iiJ iK .mice to uc-inp -su tha fo.d at Dt. L'iivr's liiiaccj Kiui;mat:sm. Dr. DrnTie'n P:iiruc 1 in used wi'h the prcaicst succcw. in Rhemiiaiic (.' -in; l:untf. rspeciliy sjch :ik chr 'liie. It ctircfl by driving tul ull i:np'iriitcH and 1' ml Immonrs which Imvc accumnlrUcd in lite Kfvm, wi.ich are the couhc ol Rheu matiani, O-'iit. and SwciinH 1' '.lie j .iinu. Otiicr iciiietiies s uietit.is f ive ti'tno'irary relief; t!iii entirely eraUicaies the disurtfo from theyRttin, even When the limbs nnd bncn are dreadfully tiw Jltn. CONSUMPTION. CoSSUMPTIO CAN HK CVI-BD. CoUtths. C&Uifrli. Br 'll- chilis. S.iiLttng of Rl kvI, Aftiinu, Duliciiit t r prof one Kx- . . .'. ... tt LM...L. v ,w. n-:.. .1 i pCCC tlUll 'll, llW.ll I m-ii, .sisiii nntaia, mil 111 Ills; stlUC have been cured, and cjui be wi'.h aa much certainty as any tlier diene. A specific luis 1 -ng been s ught f-jr, but in vain until the due j very of lr Drake's Pnuacca. It is mili and safe but certain and e.ficatious in its ODerutk n. and caun 't p' -u:bly injure the in et delicate e nulitmi m. ; We would earnes'.ly rec mnie-.J those s til. c ted to give it a trial and we believe they will 11 it have occasion to regret it. The sybtem is cleaiined and strengthened, the ulcers on the lungs are healed, and the patients crndunlly regain their usual health and strength. Read the kiljwin'g : TKHTIMOXY. Phila., Dec. Utli, lh47. Diiab Sin In rc;;!y t your queati n respecting the us of Dr. Dijike's Panacea, I wil! s.iy, that although a perfect disbeliever 111 the existence of a Panacea, or cure fir all difcattcs, however valuable it ni:iy be in certain c mdilt ons of the ay nt em, "till I have belie, eilthut a cure for Onsump tit. ii would be tliKcovered sv.iilt or later, and cuu sity Ivl me to try your nielicinc in two very inveterate ca.es. They were pron 'uncetl by (lie attending physicians to be pulmonary cossi'MPTioN, und ubiiiid-iied by them as in cuhaole. One of the perrsonn hmJ Lcen under the treat ment of several very able practitioners for a number of yeurs. and they said she had " id iashioned Consumption combine with Scr ful:i.' and :hit she might linger for s me time, but could 11 t be pyrniu-iently relieved. In b itiienses the effect v( the Panai'ea lui I wen nift grattiyinir. Only f"Ur or live b ailcs were uhed by I'ne of Ihe per ns lu-f n she trepan to improve rnpidly. The other t 'k ub ut ten. I will oniy add that fanulmr as 1 am with c-uumpti n by inheritance and by extensive nhservati ?n as a s:udy. and knowing alsj the muirtou fflwis in nine cases mi! of ten of tar. VvneKct. on 1 lhcr vtst:ibfe tonics, as well on of many ot the etrcctorairsundfcciatives, I h uld u- ver huve rec linnu ndid the uc of liruKe's Tanaeea if I hid n t been atvpninlcd with the ingredients. Suiitce it t aiy that these are ire mmeinied by our m popular and scientific phyrii cians, and in their present c .mbnied stale, form pr baWy th best alterative that has ever been nude. The cure ia tu acc ird uiee ith a the -ry ot Coutminpti n broarhwt in France a few ye-rs un1, by out of her uvut coiincnt wri ters on mo1icitie. and itnv er-rd-IUhed b facts winch ad mit 01 ip di-T'Ute. Very Respectfully Yours, !,. C GUNN To ue the I inrir'co rf Another. Dt. Di-ike's rjivicca in alw iv villi 11 y m itn etiVctn- never injnn us. It is i t as Opi.ite it i n t and Kxptet 'Hint. It lii"l intended to lull the invalid nit a fatal security. It is a pu-tt nmudy a gr-iud b'ilintr and curative c uipound. the treat and r-nly r'in"dv w'och medical scienct.: and skill ha.' et pr du ssl f r tlie tn-itinvnl of lliis lo'hcrl 1 unci ti(jiirrtl inalady. And no pei-s Mi ":t''ctcd with this dread die;e. will be ju-t to hiu:HrU' mid his friends, it he y d nvn to the -jnive with -ut teMiu? i'f vir'nes. A sin-Ie b -ttle. in in -st ense. ill ,r -i'.tce 1 fitvoral '.' ciiante in lite c 'liditlou .-f ny p-ilu nt. h -wevt r 1 'W To tmk itni:s Ia Iics -f p-',,r c 'lup!' n nnd c nstimt-tivf habit, and such o are debi!rj'"d by ih ' obsuucti which frin.dts mtt li:h,!c t . are i, -t r:v I be the nn -f a bottie or tv , to blKmig'r. It is by l.tr the lndt rnnedy ever di?c -verM f-r we-.ikiv chii:li-ett, tu id uli an li.ive hid hum ts ; iM'ing ple ittint, th -y Like r.. It itutnediately rest res theuppelite, Mr"nii:h un 1 c 'i '1 . N.'thni3 eni be nvre fiutni-iinr than its invi: rutin? ci- fc.; on t'f h.nn in n anie. pe:i nl! w :.kn s und hs niu !'.' 1'i'Mu- I'iniiiu it. a uive be inc r-bust and full ( me ( under i's iuilueuce. It immediate coutiteia-'ia the iKTM lesfciieha ol tuu icinaie irame. r AT'TfOX. ft-; careful anl see tl.Ht yon grt the r.enn- ru Dr. Dl-akVs I'..aiiu it haa the Mgnslnie rn lino. I". f tobhs 01. the wrapper and ats ihe iui:e "Dr. Phakk's Panacea, run.." I l'wn in tlie gi.it . Prepares I only 1 v ProitKS .., urugzuis, .o rsorm- 8i-h tt , Philadelphia. Aeent for P.inbnrVH M lSF!R. fijidals.by Wm A. Mverajc Jk Co ,DanvtI H Phaft sr. Milton, aav iic oy, Aortnumbeiiaui ; r r J itj, lil"nbiug. April 1, lW8-ly Cloud inttnt Fire Coin pa y. On m U motion, it was resolved that the Sectelary dirclerl to give notice in the "buubuiy American." that al) persons whose names are on the roll of the Good Intent Fire Company, end w ho have not altantletl any elated meeting of said Company during the six month previous, lo this date, will be ' expelled at next slated meeting, unless good causa lo tha contrary s shown, end thir lins placed in Ihe hands of Justice nf the Peace tor collection. Extracted from the minute of May 1st 183. HENRY DONNCL, Sec'y r-imWv. May , 1MS- Yiies.v hJnzite tr,;SV t- r. COM.KGi: ONI 12 ALT II, !07 Main street, lhifdo, X. Y. m. G.C. VAUGHN S Vegetable Lillioutrii.Uc 'llilcrc. THIS celebrated remedy ia constantly increasing its fame by the msnr cures it is making ALL OVER THE WuRLD. tt has now become Ihe only medicine for lamily use, and is particularly recommended f r DROPSY : all stages of Oils complaint immediately relieved, no matter of how long standing. See l'hamphlet fur teatim.ny. GRAVEL, and all diseases of the tu inary organs ; for these distress ing complaints il slands al'ne ; no other article can relieve you ; and the cures testified to will convince the most skep tical ; ace pamphlet. Liver Complaint, Hilliuun diseases, FEVER & AGUE. To the Great West especially, end wherever these com plaints prevail this medicine isYlferctl. NO MINERAL AGENT, no deleterious compr und is a part of this mixture, it cures these diseases with certainty and celerity, and dLs n leave the sistem torpid. See Pamphlet. PILES, - a complaint of a in : painful chunn-ter, is IMMEDIATELY RELIEVED, and a cure follows by a lew days use of thisailicle ; it la fnr laifore any other prcparnti nfor this disease, or for any other disease originating from impure hlxd. See pam phlet. DEBILITY OF THE SYSTEM, weak back, weaku-ss of the Kidneys, Kc., or inflamma tion ol seme, is iuuueilialely relieved liy a tew days use i f this medicine, and a cure is' always a result of its' use. ll stands as A CERTAIN" REMEDY f'r ixuf-li c inii'luints, end cl tot dcrjinji'iiit-ati o( ll fc- man; i iniiiP, IKUEULARITIES. SUPPKE?MONS. ; painlitl iiieiistruau .us. No artiele lias ever been offered . : except tins which would touch tl.ls kind of ,leraiiKeinn. J It may be relied upon n a suie and eliveiive reinedy, and I i did we teel permitted t , do go culd irivn 1 j A THOUSAND NAMES. i ns pr s'f of cures in this ili.-tre-inI; ,.a. nV c iniphints. ! See pamphlet. All L-r -k' 11 d 'vn, lU-l.i'itated coimiliitions ' i tro.ll the etl'.et "I mereury, will tin; the I, aeiiig ii.,wcr cf i 1 thii nrticle to uet iunueili del, and ll:': ;v is-.n .u mhieri.1 ' ! eradicated I r an the sste'n. j EKITJTVE DISEASES wia fitl'l tlie alt-lutive iir.sj'.-T. i, it . f tin., article. ! I'l" Ul l-V TilH HLUOD. I driven f i.!i flisi-usis ir -in iiit- .ivileni. Si-r painjililet 1 I r t'sMiti ii iv ffiirc i;i vll din.-t. ! wltit-li th- Ijiuitu ot ' ; mi uilviTlifi.'sin.Mtt w ili n : jviiiut t !,t- n uw- i h-.Ti. Ac-.-nis ! Hwuy ; thy c -nt.-m 41 w.- ccrtit.c--a.- of , u:g:i ciii:.icitT, :i:ki a sir n.r AUllAV'uK PiiUOF f fth- virtncji (n iiiciliciiip. iit-v ;r n;i; -cared. Uismof t!ie i'f-e:ili:ir ti"itiirt8 tliin nrticltf tint it nvtr Luis t-i ; btaftit in any c.wc. and il ! 'lie tin-1 lmi.-cli' un; 1M t t Imil l iiji "ti lot thi.' ciii.tcrjU'1 nml riiu in:ili l j HOPEON (Mi! ticffj liik i:iir the IiU'.ln i-if ;.n I 'i; us tlicro is un i.u i ir.vcnie;it. 'i 'h rr nri(M'T w-mM I UALTION THE PUBLIC ! airriii"t a niiiiib'T ot urtit-Ics wliu-li e me nut wn h-i K" "SAUSAPAHILLAS. SYRUPS. &C. tl nscur-'Sl r Dr. ) .-'.', (!rae!. ,Ve. : Th-y me g .U w tlilKL', .ml c -n ted t ' l-'iII !l " o? - u v : Tumi them Not Their invent rs n-vcr th au!.t "t' en Lr: H.t.U ili ',-a'S till ll.e 111,1- t'ti or.u'lu hnd d -ii-i it. A jmrsieu..ir n'uuy u- l IR r-u'iicet'ly 'lu-itrd. Atr-ius mi l :i v!i-i flf i tn nrti: rf ; til.ADTO cn:crL.TK j tKitrr.s!y. I'.tt hp in ."it z. U tt -it fJ : 12 Z '1 ) nt ; warf. Ll.c lirg'T ll Uii:P! 'i lit i'mh H:n.lil li i- t! . iTi , g.-t i.ii;i l u; it. Kvry lul'le bi "Vaui'Vn'a V ;" i l.itli -nt rj j -t I-. M xlin t v. u 11,1-11 the Riiis. ih wriiten niifnutHre m" (";. (.'. Vrtu.'.;n" 1 11 the :t dirucii .'un, and "(j. C. V-unilm. Hii't'd .'' fUi:ii,v'd 011 liie ' 1 tk. N in- tl.er lire cunui:i:- 1 r-;.iuv.i dv lr. ! ! at tli-- I'lin-i,! ):'. :. J iT 1. tin street, j 'li-rdo nnd rctil. Nitit'.'-nii n civil ti let- ! Hurl il p. nt v ten unlets p M piiiil :tr(l 'is ir-i'ii rc.'ti"'rty e 'iisMtu(;d Ai'iits exixpi 'fJ ; 11 t yr.u 1 tt'-it!. - r .t1.-i1 v miinimici- I ti v.9 'Iifiti:! :i'Ivi.. pr.miptly afuui !' I t c: nii-TH Il'V-Ls'f I rXfillMV V t til'- -;i -l tMrJ urti h i;:-.' Naoviu st. New V.-ik icr.i by tl;c pi '.n I t Di uy; an I r'y:)"-l', r-. Ai i,.4'. I .v-y. k'.S il- 111. Ma-' uh jut i .e I nited St.ut. I.ls; f Airer-ii St -rrs & r .. Wh ! pbn J. W. Fiilr.y, Sunbury 1 f il.. A" iil IMiilnilil. iilisrl. Sflliiirr"Vt: ( . a. ve.ji. !. v.'.si-iirir 11. 1 . t -11 .Mi.' 11 Huv, .IeC'jnil'.t;k, Mcl:Vt;ii.'ivi-'i .M:: M.'l' -v, N';.li.iitiil tir- !.n: I. ! A;li! I, lr-lr y "r;tr:s:i rui v itd sT.ii'i.:: I'ns c;c:)E?!. .li th Nuw Sroni: An .l'-'i vtr.it. li.'ififl ill ami :S I A .rill t 1.''', riin.AbLi.riii ' ' I1K sulisi'i ili t tr.vil, r , .-: 1 1 rn'nr atteiititin In A li:a lai niitl s jtt -s: tl . 0 .ist.iMiiifiil ol Hi 11' 1.111 f.'iii'i e jr''.v if Dry (l.i)U-: ctuiipi m 1 1; u tfeiieral vnrii'ty of tlie most iles ii.iVh kimU nl I.) .Vu. teritiin, .i,''af. (ltrt-rx, I i rit. f.' i.ii-.;ii.,.,V r'livtiti! W'.ir'ii J Ceil. us. f'u'nlrr, Junel, Mull. A' .into 1.'; ami I'l iii! l.Vi., l.i.vr'i Vim' biieamSil: VochellliH.fi, 11! :ec U-Jau Cra v its, olht'ts too tiiimerou lo a'vvitisi IRISH LIXKXS AXD FUKXISIHXG GOODS i i I'urticiilnr attentiun is civeti to I.inpns and Fur ! iiishin" Goo Is. gennrall) Iheslni k is larse, oin! I the prices will be found much lower than usu- i el, having been purchased at Auction at earl i li ceil rates The fabrics are warranted pure flax j and from the best makers. j I1ARLKS ADAMS P. S. Persons w ishing Plain and Medium ttylet of Drist Coo-Is and f-h wli, w ill lir.d choice variety Philadelphia, April 1, ISIS Important 8 nlbrnialion. TO all purchasers of ready made cluiliing. in formation is lit'icby given that the well known and much celebiatcl Clothirg emporium, known as the I'Ziiludcljitila lTarttro)c. P. R McXku.le, Proprietor, X, 1(1.1 C'iv.'iI!, ttreit, between 3deuidAth tt . Ph'ludftphltt Is astntiii-hiiig the conimiuiity v iili his cheap and lasliionable uppaiel, of every d' n ipliun and va riety. Vests trom 50 cents loOilollais Good black Cloth or Cassim-re I'.iiits. as low as 3 dollars and upwards per piir, ai eordii lo quali ty. BJack French l lolh'lre.-i ('..ats a low as Sdollais Summer clothing chiaper. peihats, lhan ever was known hereloluie of Ihe same quality. Wholesale dealer are pai iictiltrly invited tn call and examine the la in- and well e,ot up cloth ing of tins Itire establishment, is very particu lar attention is pant to ihe cutting, so that purchasers at wholesale will he certain to grt garments w hen they com to put ihem on their customers, that wffl lit with las'e ami ens", which i a mutter ol great importance. We invite one and all lo ronio' and examine for tri' ttisi ivc be- ' lore pin chasing. Philadelphia, April I, 'lSR 3m I'is'ot tal l.tll (!;: ul' it' A iililsac-si Vi't'At 1 in U un IUm Lli'(',i iiialluii Of Tin: six i fi.x t ;i rr.x 1 Tin in gf.ii. M AN V, SWIIZI.UI...M. M:. Will he piljlilied or. nr about Ihe Ul ul' Apiil, lb IS, by JOS A M'l'.FI., No 'jo l liriiy t above Clh, li s spit ii lnl 1'Jii.o ttiilioii of the above named woik, vtilh IS 'i'iawd niii-l i.il lulu from til i uinal designs; I vol. in 'i bouli I iu t Ua clo'.h und lil lai)' shei p The publisher respt'tlfi.lly ru'ls the ullent'on ofthnliatli end tiie public g.iieiully, to lh. work b.'ing the only il;iiliiit.-iietlilion publish ! in the L'n t' d Stale--lie trusts tliut the beauty of IU ellib .'llihlll"l.l. Ihe billing and ulilillll'.il manner in which it is bound, in conjunction w nn the know n popularity ol Ihe work itself, st ill be a (tire recommendation to public I'aeor J(K. A SI'F.I'.I. (Tinry st above 0th J. A S has ulo lately published, a new and heaiiltlul F.dilionol Sergeant H.-I.'s. I.au-e ano, a suitable book for chiiJrrii, neatly done up in i xtii r Uit U Fhiladelph:a, April 1, lts Hiuo anil Hiil:nr Knvnl! T "MIF ub5cnber having leal' d the r'uiibiiry Ferrv. b e leave to minim 'tie puhlic llial Ihcy are prepared to i-ctiwey Tcn.ris, Pleasure Carriage and Foot passcnr;eis ,cros the river w ith s-ifety and without delay. Tbcy bave pro vided ihemsclves with new and commodious crafts, which will always be attended wilb able and careful hands Persons travelling to and from and ihrough Sunbui y to New Berlin, Lewishurg, Harllelon and other placet, will rinj it greatly to tbnir ad vantage to cioss at this Feiry instead of th llridgea, a tby would save Iro n two to four miles in distance. JOHN 8PFF.CE LEWIS LENH ART. Sunbury, April I, IM- Tien Kprins Wry (UahU ' VVAKI1K.S1T & HALL) An. ?J Hmth 27. trett. I'iilod tphitt. ' HAVE now in the store anil are ilaily receiv ing ina'l lit ion totli'ir nssorttrient astheyar rive in the New Yoik ami Phi!alophii Matkett, new Sprinif Dry (Joo ls consisting in part of New Styles !?ptii.)f Mo. ie.,in,,, f;ew Styles Bsrej.es in Stripes, Plaiils. &e. Choice Col ors, mndu Parches. New Lawns and morltf Mos d" Loinea. Paul tie -chervvs, a new artiele, new Style Tissues JlC, iC. FaKKcti a d Scotch niwnnswa, in store on of the largest assoittnetit In Philadelphia, from the lowest price to the finest qualities, rourh lower than last season FURNISHING GOODS On hand at all seasons of the year a large as sortment, both of Linens and Muslins, at (really reduced prices, also Linen Damasks, Counter panea &r. Shawle. tilovea. Lacea fcc. High Lustre lilac k Silks, for mantillas, Visiles, Dres ses fee. Mens & Boy's wear of all descriptions Ladies and Gentleman visiting the city are in vited to call and examine our stock. A liberal reduction made to those who buy to sell again Philadelphia. April I, 1813 L'.lltl) & 4 1, r.XGRAVlXU. WM G MASON. 16 Cheaui t t. 3 d o l uloit indtt , Philadelphia. Kniiravcr of Kl'SINF Ic VIMTIWO CAUDA, Watch papers, Labels, Door plates, S aU and Stamps fur Odd Fellows, Sons of Temperance, &c, Ke. Always on hand a general assortment nf Fine Fancy Goods, Gold pens of etrery quality. Dog Collars in great variety. Engravera toola and muterials. Aitency fur the Manufacturer of GUziera Dia monds Orders per mail (post paid) will be punctually attended to. Philadelphia, April 1, l43 y CrlESXS tx. SON. Commission find Forwarding KETCHANTS, ,V. 13 Cu.nmrrce Street ll'hnif BALTIMORE. Will nrei and sell all kint!s of Country Pio-diici- Flour. Gtain, eiC. N Ii raiticu'nr attention given tu the sale of .umber And cash advance! made on eon signm-i ts, hn required. Apiil I, 1 S 18 -Im ( HAI.bEXr.r. ! CIIALIatiKUE ! T n!!i: CIIAl.l.ENnK We have oler-d ry i' nimit'y fur a veur (msI the fuvereil el- : Iimhi,h li su ie nf 1 tir fia'rrni y. tu ftirce t rpu la i hi wnirh 'li ir ; r.tfussl tint skill alone muat fail n )jivt il.tiii. A it J we wnulJ ciin'inue out ailem 1m. r v i . I un, 1 n "rr tt f i-uiici insnesaof en unbul 'ct.I ui'-rit, wert- it nut morn llian ptolialile that itt n .fen" i f fat.firi uiile may tliveit ihe pulilio .-ic f Din a r .ii. I.J exnmiiiatit 11 ititi) ihe meriis of ;I,L- iiii.l; .isisl t.f 1 roft swjre in the Daijnenenn art. 't f. 1 11M tt mi rit strk an hotiorub e (iiililict. '. ,:uiil lliuic'.y v in fm itn If (olilen opinions; liul .' r i'i 'i-e tl,, it niitruli'c chiru.ery y which ni f 'i 1,'iit-.! g tun an ovjiinn over genuine miti'i. It is 1 1 n Ake hia v u'tinn ainltiiiun over e p i si li nt n i hilraw i s p uii.uis claima that we i.iiw in s. i-s i.n i s f.inrii'il srruiily by tlimtvirirj t!,i e'o-.f l't nr lioinirili'ti iral of skill. Our gsj i fr.ilil 1 hit ti e averice of a picn iiumbir of da- Uitrin "ivi'it exreu nl al liie U iBuerrean Uaiiuty ..I'M I. bIMONS, 179 Cheai.ut sltret, vill exhi- . li'.t a re tiT sniiiunt of ni rf. ciioii lis the srt than ; HI, M-i I .it It- i'1'ii'ti l'f. ll Ti ll 'it, i , jr ,'i,' I gaiia re in ih- it'll ale-. This i. no idle bu is! i we lit an what ty. We ate dceiroll lhal the i (iuh if fliouM g.v j tie ir pa'roiiage to merit not ' j ic'r c. I Wr n !: it.vitii iiit'ti, free, rigid, imparliil in to I '.l:o i. V c huve ihrowii ih glove. Wto I till p ,k it up! -M. P. SIMONS. I7S Co i-si ul it., op; t,s'. e S atej House, Philad. N. II. It wid I.e uii'lert-to d hv our country f .-it., l'n' i!e aliive ch illtnge has never yet 1 1' li C' i p-el, end we n!,tv vviull it Ulidcist tod. ; lit tr ft- did n 'I ii.tcn.! to t:nke hy this wager, we Lave nl eiulv ii' r -td our intention to appro- ria t l!w j-r'ze lo eome rh iritahle purpOT. M. V. 8IMO.NS. riti'alc',! ia, Ftli. l'J, IS .8 3 n. I )AO IT HK l F.OTY F 12 ROOMS, Ko I!)! C'licNniit Slrccl, & u!h Past Corner of Eighth it , Philadelphia. t5')HTr;.UI S from the smn:eit brraal- in to. I lie largt-at e'.ie, singly or in group. The I'lopriftors are warranted in s 15 inc, that their work has gain' d a reputation second to lion in ' ilie werltl. Extract fr im lhnPre-: I. ili-like in Ihe eipression, cbsttly correct in ll.e thiJ ng Ledger. ' The ait bis arrive I al giett p'rfeciion, end urre tirder.i un! ii belter than Met "lees & Gar- m n." Baltimorr Ir t. "Ailmi'ali't ! noil inj c .n exceed theii exquisite il.lieaey."- V. S Guzetlc. I'xnacl from Ihe report of ihe Judges, l the last lir i.f .ho Fr mUbn Iosii u'e -Bagueireoty pee in t is dej arimerit there are some eery excellent . P'C in in in the 11' ihiii'in. and Ihe Judge think t'.et ste a pioirtssive improvement in tht branch f ii,r :iri Thev hive not f. commended ana. ward in f ,vur nf any of the rnmieiitoia, hut are i p ;.c.l 1 1 tank frtt in order, jh collection ( )i('I.EFS& GFJiMDls, sonlalijing the hv. L'.' 1:11 "tier of superior tptemnn." 1 inl de ph'n, F.h 19, 1818. 6m P II 1 L A I) K I. P ifl A 3.ISDIG AL SOUSB,. ' : , Eit. h'ulud In ytart aijm. by Dr. KINKELIX. I I.e id 'r-', anre-l and leal hand to cure all forma nf st cr t ilieeaee', diaensei of the skin and mht rv l abile uf youlh, la I) 1. KINK K 1. 1 X. .V. IV enrne-of 3d and Vm'on itn., beiween Spruet nnd 'ii' , ! tqiiure from the Exchange. -T-lMM: MEN! if yon value your life or yoof tj. he ilth, remembi r, the delay of a month, nay. et . n a weiU, may prove your ruin, both of Itrdy Ki.d mind. Ilei co let no false modesty deter you from ni 'kini your rte known lo one who, flora t ducat. mi .lid ri-sppclahility.e in atone b Tnend vou. lie ivln pl.tccs liim elf ui.dor l)r KINKEU.V8 1 e.iim- nt, 11. tv i.-lici iufly corfije in hi honor M a on !. tm, I i;i stlio'-e bosom will be foreveV I it be. I ih.es-nei of ihe paWtn'. 'l'n 1 nnr.v ihinU thev srill hug theeecret Lnheir 0. vn heiil.i, ai.,i i ii'e llicm elv- a, Ala! bow of- ; te:i is thiea ft U delusl. 11, and how manv. a pro. 111i.il, g yiiii "P :.iaii,l'i m ghl hate Uen an erns iiiei llo'sv iK. h fi le.lf'oni the e.,rih. t dtXTIiV I.WAM1W, 1 e it i"S '"'' '" I'laka peiaoOtl gipil li 11, t un. bv suiing their eje explicitly ,' Inge'her iih a'l tl.sirt-vu 1 loina, (peei-1 er pocl-pml.) have i'.ti:i, ti J 10 ihe 11 a rhet-t con ainii.g Dr. K' me-liit-.iif f.i pr-pri netl aceorjingle; T u .1 ..I M tln-i .i IttisvardeJ tn any part of 1. e I ',.'1 ,' Si ili a tl a I'loini Ill's noiice. .yr ...T.riii irn rr. add eased lo D'. Ki- lin'i't. I'hd.-.lilpi in. will It) prowptly a'tendrd lo. ! V. . s: l-l'i. ly . . fx:vf n ."t Wire CiotU Manufaclorjr, X' Surf: Front 1! reel, between Mark'ttnd A rtk ttrrtt: rUIliAOBlirUlA. "JjlllL Aiiitubei bamg m.-d eX inP' 3 m- nts in it.o above hu.inee. nnst riu f irtoi'iv. f a Mtpeiior qoalnv. li kind of PLAIK and OKXAMFNTAL. WIRE WORK, uch a an v.. Hi Ml.-. Ki-reeets. to.,' all kind of Grno. e , is.nd. Ore. etiuff. Sureh, Bitckdual, V. Fo.11 d. ia' Meves of si'perloi quality eotutautly ,r, hand. Al o Saf , Wilt Dih Coeara, aVtfc Twided W ii for ft pv. Catcher, Stir Ornnniental Vf Ire Work. SucV C. ft, Nureeiy Fenders, Garden BoiW ing, Flowt re ai da, Trainer, Trellirork for Grap , ines, ore. A lit) Wire Fencing of aeery daserip- iiou. flT '"oer msnaiuiiv nn vr v 1 x.'cu f d by .a t... ii'4i'Knv rni. Feb. ltll, 18. Sm.