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SUNBUll Y AMERICAN. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL.
FROM IIARMSBUItG. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION AT t; - ' HAIllllSBCRO. After organizing, the Convention met at 2 o'clock on Wednesday the 30th ult. The Convention then proceeded to ballot for Go vernor. Balloting, st 2d 3d 4lh Longstreth. 48 52 60 63 Bigler, 28 29 27 2! Black, 28 25 25 30 Eldred, 9 7 Charnptieys, 6 6 Fleming, 1 Bank, 2 The Convention then adjourned. Thursday, Aug. 311, 1848. ... The Convention met at half-pant 8 o'clock. The name of Judge Eldred, was withdrawn. The fifth ballot was then taken and resulted as follows: Morris Longstreth, 83 James S. Black, 25 William Bigler, 23 Morris longstreth, having received a ma- jority of all the votes cast, was declured duly liominuted. C7The Whig Convention, on the same day, nominated Win. F. Johnston for Gover nor, without opposition. fCT- We understand that Gen. Wm. A. Pe trikrn hns been nominated for Congress, by Ihe Conferees of this distiict. Correspondence of the Public Ledger. Thlauja la Mew York. TiiL-asDAr, 4 P. M. it is not, I believe, geuerally known that the widow and daughter of the lute M. La fitte, the great French Banker and at one time Minister of Finance, arrived in this city last week as stcertge passengers in the ship Splen did, Captain Crawford, itrom Havre. So it is, however. A turn ef the fortune's wheel cast them from the anions ef S'aris into the hold of an emigrant ship, and left them without even funds to pay the small uiu required for filth and foul air in a rfiip's Peerage, with three or four hundred peoplef a grade that a few years ago they would have termed canaille for their companions. The revolution of 1830 nearly ruined Lafitte.; the four days of June rendered his family -pauper. The widow and daughter, who are said to le most exem plary, as well as highly accomplished ladies are now in Boston -seeking engagements as governcssess or school teachers. They have -met with kind friends, I uuderstuuil. The Perry County (Miss.) JVnrritlc. Many months hiive.elnpsediiioe -we o,av our readers a detailed account of .a -trci-wly which occurroil iin 'fl mwsippi, in which Washington ami 'Jtmes Bilboos were kUled. A tr.an named Brown, and his soii-iii-lnw Wages, were concerned in it. We nend tint recall the paTlicuhirs, but Wages form iliiuc disappeared. Afaw moitfUs'bat&''agi to : appeared in the county, end, -with a. man named McG rath, got into -a tiiHiuillY with young Harvey, ujxnixtlhoiu Wawipneteiidtxl to li;ivi some Claim. Harvey sliot (hem liolh as L-. 'been reported in the Mobile papers, op;ied 'by us. Since then the itragedy has .deepened iin tlroe'ity, -und 'five irucre lives ifiivve ibeei. -taken. It appeals that the father and mother of the 'Vugfiii iit toy Harvey lived in Alabama, lOoso to k Jiiw of Perry county, Miss., whre tfcey harbored the gang of outlaws with vv&om their sou and McGrutSi wre iis soctuted. They swore vengeance uioii Har Vey, and hired a man named Lee, to kill him, giving him a thousand dollars for the job. Leu took with him party of three or four, and proceeded to searh his money. ' Vonnir Harvev had been cautioned not to o - .r xpose himself, and he h;0 removed from the house or cabin upon his farm to his fa ther's but was in the habit of visiting his faun once or twice daily, to look after it. This Lee and his party found out by prowling in th vicinity, and took advantage of Harvey's absence to enter his cabin. They secured themselves therein, cut loop-holes from which to watch his coming, and, armed with guns, they patiently awaited his arrival. Harvey discovered the preparations made for his reception and murder. Joined by a younger brother, he raised a party of eight or ten men, and all proceeded to his cabin. 'The miscreants inside were taken by surprise Ibut secured the entrance to the cabin. Har vey very recklessly led to attack them. He .rushed upon the door and burst it in, but they vrereiprapared, and Lee shot him directly through the shoulder and breast, killing him. His younger .brother immediately shot Lee down, and as the party inside rushed out to escape, he took a flying shot at them, and killed another man, named Geo. Jourdan. ' yppn receiving news of his son's death, old Harvey determined upon exterminating the nucleus of the gang old Wages and his wife. A party volunteered to follow him, who proceeded straightway across the line into Alabama, to the residence of Wages. They found the old folks at home, and seized them at , once, and with ropes taken with them for the purpose, hnngthem bv the nerL- to the rafters of the houae. Waiting an hour or to, till their victims were dead, thev then lf. I . ... 1 LI ' J ion emu rtuurneu to aiuuuiuu. It ib due to the Harvey family to say that thev have Ions been know u as honest, re, " snectable rjeonle. Thev were Deaceabla vn to a fault, until roused by the attack upon one oi meir number, and his subsequent murder it is estimated that twelve or fifteen lives have now been taken in the . tragedies in which the Wages family has been mixed up, ajreoiiy or inaireeuy ana our informant urea us that we must not expect that the lives of the old folks will go unavenged. lu 1 J- 'J a- Br tho Rev, R. A. Fisher, on tke t4th ult.. Mr. Jacob C Cam, of Danville, to 1w Buto xox, oi oasnuutia- dii: d, In this plaoe on Thursday last, Mus AME L1A PETER Y, aged about S3 yrs. rBIX.ABEX.PHXA MA8CTT. Toisoar, Ao. 90. 1848. Wheat Primo white SI 10 a 1 12 prime Southern red is worth 1 09 ordina ry new Si a SI 05. Ryb Penna. is worth about 70 a 71o per bushel. Conn Sales of yellow Southern and Penna. at 56o a 28c, weight. Oats Are selling at 30c. for Southern 33c. for'Penn. i . Whisk ir Sales in bbla at 25c, in Iilul VOLUNTEER CANDIDATE." Te lbs Electors ef Nerthameerlajia Ceunt), AT the solicitation of a number of my friends I offer myself ss a Volunteer Candidate for tba office or SHERIFF of Northumberland County Should t bs elected, I pledge myself faithfully to perform the duties ol ssid office. SAMUEL WAVIDGE. Augusta townihip, AuitiM 9, 1618 " JOSEPH CiLSEY, Attorney nt Law, NEW BERLIN, PA. INFORMS the citiiens of Northumberland county, tbafba will hereafter regularly at tend the courts of said county and wil. promptly nttend to any businrtt entrntted to hii rare. H may be romulted at the Hotel of Peter Laiirut daring court. Sunbuiy, July 29th, 1818 Patent A ir-Tigltt SUMMER AND WINTER COOKING STOVES. THE above Stuv, which is equally well winkled toWitod ttr Coal, hait received silver medals at the fairs of the American Institute, New York; of the Mechanic,1 Insti ttitOj B stnn ; of the Franklin limtitute, Philmlelphia j and of llie Mechnnien' Institute, Wilmington, Dcluware. It is capnble, if proper I v used, of (Hint; nirc work, with less fueU than any other St ve yet ottered to the public : in winter it will warm the largest kitchen, while in mi miner, with the summer drew attached, it throws unt tvt more hent than a chare ! furnace; and for hMliiis brnilitifr, bn kinfr, or rooM-iif, it cannot be mirpasned by any other St ivc, open fire, or brick oven. RECOMMENDATIONS. Cehtificats or tiikJudoe or the MkchaniiV Insti tlte, Boston. We, the subscribers, Irciiur ch sen Judpcs by the Massa chusctts Charitable Mcchnnics' AM-x-inti 'ii in II st in, on sI'Wcs, furnaces, rniifres, Ac. wukl inform the public, that after hint in nil the cook ing stoves that were put into the Fair for exhibition, and letting each man nvmnge bis own stove with the same kind of e el, in order to ascertain which would do the same work with the Icnst fuH in the same time, and do it best, we find thnt Htcwurt'a Iatent Snt inner aivl Winter Air-Tipht Coukiini Stiu-c,mimntrtctur-ed Ipv Ihe patentee, of Troy, N. Y., to bcthelH ut, ns it lotk Iwt 13 minutes to boil two'jrnlluns of water and hake biscuit in the same time, and broil beef steak, and all d me in the liest manner with seven pounds of cnal, in thirty minutes from the time the fire wns put into the stove. To which we awarded the silver medal. jam ks goi;m), walti:r cornf.i.i THOMAS MOriTON, A. D. WEBHEH, and JAMES PAUK, JuiHiKa. The snliscrilrers resneetfully invite the attention of emn try dealers, to one of the brpest and best selrtetl stock of st'wes, ever oil'errtl in this city, among which are the loU low 1 lift t Bases. Scrern CylrrJeri. Ovpn Stovei. Washington Air-Tight Cooki. Vulcan do do Eurekaa Lirn j Oven Albany Willi! do i!o do do do do do do do McGregor Mammoth I'reiniums Cook S ovea. National Air-light Conkt. I'ailor Stovei. 100 Louit Air-Tight Parlor Stovei. :,0 Char es the lit Ai-Tight do 20(1 I.nJy Wohington, Air-Tight Pallor. 130 Washinstnn Air-Tight do 3110 MrGregnr'i three dayt Parlor Air-Tiitht Coal Stoves, burning three Jays without atten tion. For n!i wholesale and retail by North, liar ri son & Cn. No ,1!P0 Morkit street, Philadelphia. Ph-ladelphin. Jul) ISth, ISIS Kqultable Life Insm tiiicp, A until ty ntil Trust Company. UKI'lcn Tl WAI.XUT PTHF.HT, PIIII.AlJKI.rill.V. Capital 8-JilUKiO. Chabteh 1'ehcrti ai.. riHK Cuuixiity nre uuw pn-puroJ In Imusuct bucines 1 iiMii Lilt: ni'iKl litieral and ailvniiuttfpous ti-nns. Tliey are nutV'hzed l.y tlit-ir phnrler (eert. :t) "t ui'ikp nil niul er.-ry liwuniiirc apprluiiiinK to lllu rtftK ol u-lialevur Kinil , or Ikitiire, and t receive and rxecillu truiils, Hvikr ruinv- ineiitK, anil In firuul unit purftinm Olllluiliell.', 'I'lii- Ohii- ( iniiy w-ll ?inriitiia mid endowments, and act as Tnirtcts i lur mill rs and heirs. ' TaW fl Prcinimns rcriiired l"'r the AiwuruM'c ul' 100 fur tlic whole term of Life. Age. I'rcin I Ago. I'rem. Age. I'riiu. 10 l so 31 ii Ik, in ' :i :w 17 1 A.1 :W 15 47 a 4(1 la iag at iv.ii 44 3U'.' In 1 5$ 31 37 I 3 77 iSI 1 bll :i a .13 M a (v4 ill 1 ii: :m i to .11 4 1.1 ti I 60 37 8 47 fH 4 : lei lug :h t ft) 4 ai lit 1 74 Un 3 03 M 4 71 J 1 76 4U II 7U M 4 fll 1M 41 a SI M 3 u J7 I 89 4a 9 6-J 7 S 33 H I rt 43 3 Ul 6H 5 M L'g li II 3ia .'n A7n M 2 01 4.3 3il l)J 0C3 Hie iiremiiuns lire less thiin uuy oilier e-an)siny. and the niilicies uiTird preutcr nrUnntuiren. Tudli-s I' -yearly and quunerly preiliiunis, hulf ereilit rates if preliiiiiui, short terms, joint lives, survivorships ami endowments; als form ol Application (lor which there ure hlank sliircts-) are to lie hud on upplicnti -n nt the otfice, or by letter to Ihe An-nt, J. II. l'l UUV, fuiiliury. Uatcs ron iNstaiNO 91UUou a single Lite. For l.ii'e. 1,011 -'.til .70 3.1,1 0,113 I'.xamcle A person aged 3U years next birth day. bv ptiying tlMi Cotnuiiiy fHJ cents would secure to his luinily or heirs &IUO slioukl be die in one year ; or for eV.aU he se rures to Ihem (HUlOi or I'orSIS annually for seven years he secures to them &1U00 sliiaiUt lie die in seven years; 01 lor tail.4U paid annually duriua lite he secures felhtHI to be Iuld when be dies. The insurer aecuruut his own Dmuts, y the diAerence in amount of nremimna from tie we charged by other oificcs. For My.'jO the heirs would receive 8.1OUU siewld lie die in one year. Forma ol application und all particulars mav lie hud at the office. J. W. CLAIillOKN, President. TBKASIEM FBAXCIS W. KAWU. II. O. Tuckett. Becretory. (Jonscltiko Physician Dr. J. B. Mumwr, Sunbury. J. II. Pt'BDY, ttuilbury, Agent for Norlhuiulierland'eouii y- Buiiuury, juiy e, ioii EXECUTORS SALE. CScorge Ilced'u Estate, VV7ILL be expose! In pub ie sale, on f rid .y W Ihe ISih i'sy ol Septeinlier nei, on t Is. - iireimai'S. in Jackson lownenip noruiuiuoeii nu County, the following valuable leal letite, vis; A tract of Laud, eoutkiuing 62 seres, more n lea, acljoii 11 s Isiu'a f Michael Feikl. IVler Kiehl and Jo'm Keelt r. late Ihe estate ol Geo. Red, Esq.. dee'd. The i-n-prnvrmenis consist of two Log Hoi se and a od well at the do ir, s awiaa Hmn, and also, a Saw Milt. Th-re is also on the preinires a g H)il orchaul ennlaiiiiug diB'erenl kinds of (tui1. ALHO.ai the eaiue tune and ulaca, a tract nl of woodland aitjoining lands of rj imuel Malhk. r. Jo. us, ate, ta t mug seseniy-en, a.- es, anJ rubolng onto Jacobs Mountain. AImhI iDiri) aciea . f sid land eta l cleared and cultivated. and ia well limbered with escellenl pue, chetniil &e. The terma and conditi na will lie ma 'e ko own on Ihe day of sa'e by PETE It REEU, Ex'r Jsekaoo luwn.hip, July H, IH48 Is THOMAS C. GARRETT & CO. IMPORTERS OF Pa'ad and Britannia Ware, Cutlery, and Pants fjooda. and Manufacturers of Jear. airy and 8ilei Ware, Ut Cheenul street, Phila delphia; ha ireeived by lata arrivals a large and handsome aa.k ef English and French Welches, and Mar hi.. P.weel,,,, tnJ r4nci Cluekt. Plaled Urns, Oaalara Ck II. .1... Ui.k ..J ChamheiCandleeiiek. BeAip Ladle. 8,1000s sod f " a - "'' of Uiiisnoia Wars and Pina Cutlery. Their stock of JEWELRY is larga and ofihs mnel fa.hioJiebla kind, and ihey are wall supplied aaaga, napkin Kings, ButUr Knives. sVc , and wi haoi aj4kin any dis play of pi tea in Ihe public or haie, they ere pre pared 10 sell as low as that who do, and ismi persona wishing la purchase to call. Philadelphia, June 10, lit!. am Ace. Fi I year. Fi 7 years. 30 fil l :sj w l,:i 40 1. a i,6i so l.sii a,n" SB 3,4S 3,u7 Wardrobe of Fantilonnblo CLOTHING. J. W. & E. D. STOKES, CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, No. 1M Market Street. Firtt Clothing ttvrebe Into Sixth, pMtLDBLrurA.N VVHERE they are constantly enetrrd in if-t-vv ting up from the beat French, Ki's'iili American t nth. c'othini cut and made up in Ihe moil superior Ind fanhioaable aty e l'ersons who buy to ael', wil find larn and excellent stork at the 'owest city prices. C othing made tip to order, In superior atyls at the shortest notice. N. B Odd Fellows Rega'la. lante asinrt ment always on hand Orders from Lodges and individna a promptly attended toon Ihe most rea sonah'r terms. I'hilade'phia, June 3, 1818 ly FUENCII REVOLUTION. TYRANTS at well as Monopolies, mint fall, o must priret. That this it a fact can be proved by calling at No. 72 North 2d street, above Arch, PHILADELPHIA. I.K IIUIIAT, FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES. LOWER THAN EVER OFFERED, IIVifftYja end Retail The stock cnntitti in part of Gold and Sileer Levert ; I'Kpines and Quartier Watchet j Jewel rv of the newest and moit fashionable patternt. SILVER SPOON, Vff Particular attention paid to thi'te articles, thequaltv ufwhhhi No 1 and workmnhip ili to. The ettahlih ment of LE HDRAYhai been well known FOH FOUUTY YEAKS.in SECOND Street, and hat mmle s rharnrter which needs no pulHng. Silver TEASPOONS at low at S4,.')0 per sett can be made fin Ini if wiahed WATt'll GLASSES Plain. 10 ctt j Patent, 13 i Lunette. SOrtt; other articles in propor tion. HrmemUt, ynii can buy here b-lnw any pub linhed list of prirea in thit tJityor New Yoik. Watch Repairing particularly attended to, and warranted to give aiitinfartton N I) Old Uold ami Silver bouiht fur catb or taken in ear hanae at (ilon't forget the No 72) North Second Street, above Arch, Philadelphia. S-pt. 2-1, 1817 ly c May 8. 1818 OAKFOim'S PRE IT H AT, CAP, AND FIR ESTABLISHMEM, Xo. 10 It C hestnut Slroct, Between Third and Fourth Sts. PHILADELPHIA. riMIE AHvertier hat continuity on hand and A manufacturing!, every description ol HATS ami CAPS, ol'the latest and mott approved lash inns, consisting of YOUTHS' HATS AND CAPS, ti ". In variety, amnn which is new arti cle for Sjirina and Summer wear. VI LI TARY CIIAPEAU.V tAPS eel. made aecnnlina to the Army am. Navy ie. Kiilatmns anil lur' auperioity ot finish and mate rial, have never been surpassed j THE SUMMER FASHIONS ! For gentlemen, consisting of FineRoekey 1oun i tain I'.eaver and Gossamer Hats, (very liuht.) i Panamut, LeKliomt. Fine CobnoiKS, ect.. ect ! Also fine Siraw. Ilraid. and Hair Cloth 'aps; Ladies Riilini; 1 1 .it is and ("apt of entirely new styles, in fact the laigest assortment ever,befnre otlWed ti. Ihe iiuhhc i being at low in piice ai I any Establishment in the country 1 Remember HARLE3 OAKFORD. No. 104. Citmml ilreit. beiwvn i Third and Fourth tlrrett t'h t.ul.IpU a ! .liineai, 1818 ly R ir. SMITH, ! Poc ket Hook and Morocco C ast; ; MauiiiactHi'rr, I I as succeeded It l. MSTY, at the Old Stand 51 J CHESNUT Street, I hiladelphia I lYcket Honks, l!..nkfr-.' Ciset and I'nrltolms of rverv description, I'oit Manmire, Ivory Tablets Card Cases, )n siihk Cases. Seuar do , Writing do., luiekgaminnii hiiaids & Cliessiiien, l.okl Pens, Snyiler's. Chapnmu's and Saundrr's R.izor Stinns; I'.l.nv's Tally ho Raxois, Rnders's Wade & liotrliei'i Jackson. Chinese and Egyp tain R,izois, Pen Knives and ScisAort, of every description, Howie ami 1'irk Knives; also large assortment of Fancy Stationery, at the lowest rali't. Jobbing done with i.entness and despatch. Philadelphia, June'.4, 1819 3m KMHV ALL. IKN THAT SENNET & CO. It AVE REMOVED from 19i Market Street --- nt their New Splendid and Immense Estab lishment to be known at the Tower Hall C'lotlitng It-.izanr. -Vo. ISi Muriel Sired, Itctween fifth If $itth ltlLADl.l.l lil V The rroprietora feel a reluctance in promul aatiiie what in any way might appear like the usual Buinbastic exagiteration of aome in the liade, bul will beg leave 19 quote the following notice Irom one nl our city pipers; 'One of Ihe greatest curiosities that our City srTorda to the atianger, ia BENNETT it CO' I eieat clothing atore. No. l$i Market Mreet, be IMeeu ruin ami fimn, wnicn nas Deen aiyieu Tuner Hall," from Ihe peculiar finish of Ihe front. I he building ia an immense one, con famine seven capacious rooms, all 01 whii'b are storked with every variety ol seasonable, gar merits, arranged in the most perfect order and regularity. The roprit tors take great pleasure hi showing their building and content! to th citizens, particiilai ly atrangera, and to those co ming fmm the coiintiy we know of 110 place more worthy of a visit. a Philadelphia, .May 27th, 1818 3m. A Tum-sAMii Dilutes tStvrn ! ASHBIT &. ROCAP, Hat iiiid Cnp .11 ami fact iircrs Siiu'h Edit Corner tif 44 and Muriel Street liafmenl trorif FHILADELf HI A, HAVE c.t na'ant'y on I and a full and rcnpteie aiorimnit of HATS, U.p!i. and FUlll- Also an elegant assorun nt of njerw' an I bo Leghorn, Punams, sod P-l n l. af Hats. AH wi ich by a saving of $11)00 in rmt, will lie s-dil w hole ale Sod n-iai', at the v. ry lowcai prices. Cnunuy dealer woul I d i well lo rail, aa by e ronnoiy aii'l low leni, we areeuldel to sell very low ra'es June lO.h, 1818 ly NEW AND CHEAP V I'ST received, st the atore ol Hinsv Mas 9jf lis, a choice iisnrtment of DRV GOODS, liraeenet. L'qunr: I'limUiif and other hutt. tie, all ol wtiico win lie solil st Ibe loweat pricet. Sunbuiy, June 3, 1848. JACOB KECK, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WISH AND lAiqUOIl UKAIaER, No t93 Market Street. Below Eighth, North tide rm1.Ai111.rHi4. Keeps eonstsntly on hand all kind of old Li' quor, vis : Superior old rye whiskey superior Brsiidy, (iin, ttc. Alto white brandy far preser ving. Wild (berryand blackberry brandy. Philadelphia, June 3, 1846. ly S.J. MEGARGEE & CO IMFOKTINO AKO tOMMISAIOM MERCHANTS, And Dedtrt in Paper, and Paper Manufactu rer' AMI fr tor 1. No. 33 Cossmeree St., PHILADELPHIA. 'WI' EEP conetsotly en hand a larga assort 1 nseot a priatisg and ether paper. News. pspars in the country, can ha supplied at all tinea, with paper of any sis anil ejaslity, at iae rawest prices. . Pbiladclphis. Jasa Ivth, lit! DR. TOWNSESD'S COBPOLND EXTRACT OF . SABSAPAUlLlaA. fpHIS Extract Is put op tn quart bottle. It k flit tiinfn Xclrmpar, pimmuiter, ami nrn.mni mipen.r in any 11IJ. It curen diwiiami viilonl vumitiiuTs Dumiuir. mck- nttm or dcbililating tho ptiUcnt. ami ia particularly uilnijtud Itjra FALL AND WRING MKDICIINi:. tti rmi bmuty ami aitiH-riority if thia Hrinriali ivcr vuwr riiiueii layt'liiwt It eranicaiLcaiuacat, It invia;3rata the body. CiMimhtinn cured. Ckrmn and Birargihw. CjiUHtuitiiion emu iw curml. Uniehiti, Coiieniinptiun, Liver C inplnini . O IK .' jnlrt, caiarrn, AKiriiiia. nniiiuif 01 biojO) rvvrnnftMR m uto -Cheat, Hectic Pluah, Niaht Sweats, Ditfi cult bik! Prjfuae Kxprctoratipii, ajHl Pain In the Side, Ice.. Ac, hae and can tie ruml. PriAbIv there never wai a remedv tltat tait wn an mo oeurfttl in draperate caara of eonauinpti'tn as thia ; it rtean ara and eUrcnilima the pyu'wn, an1 aMoarn t heal the ul cers in the lungn, and pn'tiema gradually regain tlieir umial nmiiu aim mreiiKin. t:t;RIOUMl CASK OF CONSl MPTIOaV. Tlir:f is ararrdv a day iafterf Lut tlicre arc a number of nata ot' cot inn t notion retxiriiMl aa vmai by thn um uf Dr. Tuwnsei.'a Saraapaiilla. The foUowuig was recently re ceived : Dr. Tow! Drnr fMrt For the tnrt thre) reara I ive !eii Mfflictcd with a-eurmil dbilitv. and nTVoua cxhi- sumption vf the ktrt ataire. and did ik expect to ever ffain my health it all. After going thrmgh a cm rue of medicine under the enro of a-nne of the m wt dirt ii wit i,ird renlar myiHcinns ana mtimicni oi me nfaru oi iinann in acw otk ami elf c where, anil spend i up the m jst of my earnings 1 attemntins- to retrain ntv henllh. ami alter rradinir in nne iiaper of vour Iiritnimrilla I res tived to try it. After UMtng six bottles I f-Hind it d ne me (rreot g and callnl to see von at vour offint : with vnur askW I Vnl on. ami do most hcnrlfly tlmnk you lur your ndvlcc. I nrrnovcre in hi King inc ronupMTin, nnu nave oeen ante 10 aiicnu in tny umml tabnra f the but finir months, and I hope hr the bleasinganf 0.l and vour Hirmpnrilla to c.mtiuue my health. It helped me beyond tho exnectati'ms of nil who lew my cniw. CHARLES QUI.MBY 1 prang, Ksaex eo. a. j., Aug. a, 1H47. State of New Jersey, Knsftx county, ss Charles Qiiim 'Ijeinir duly sw-rn 'nccnnling to lw. on his tadh aaith. it the foregoing stntemrnl Is true put mlintr to the bent of .Knowledge and belli! . CHARLKS CLLMHV. Sworn and subsrribed to lief.jrc me at Orange, the 2d Jgust, 1M7. CVIICS BALDWIN. Juatice of the I'eace. SPITTiNfi BLOOD. Bend the f !l whir. end iwv that coiisiunnlinit is in incu rable if you enn : lcw York, AWll Jit, Dr. Townkknd i I vcrilv Itelieve thnt vour Siniirilla hns been the means, through Proviilent-e; of saving my life I havaf tr scvernl yenrs had a bad rwgh. It btvftine wore awl worse. At lost I raisrd large qnnntitics of hltnd. ha l nig'it sweats and was grcntly d:hilitntcd onl rMhiiHl, and did n t expert to li-e. I hare only used your Sjrn;rfirilb Ult a sh irt time, nud there hns a wondcrinl chmiire teen wr ught in tn. 1 am nnv able t wilk nil over the citv raise no W--J, nntl mv c nioh hns left me. You ean well imigint thnt 1 am thankful f r thes resul'a. Your obe-.U-ent servant. WM. RIJSSKLL. Oi Cuthnrinc st. IsOST IIBR SPKKCII. The nnnoxod cert i licit e tells a inml niul tmttiful ntnrv of sutTfring and relief. There arc th jumivla of similar rn ss in this city and Brooklyn, and vet there are thusmdit of parents let their ehil iren die f jr fear of hcinghuuibuggrd or lo save a few shillings. iiru kiyn, opr. i.i, ifi7. Dr. ToV.xkD: I take oleamire in siiiiiiiD. for ii Iwnn- Gt of thsc whom it way concern, tliut my daughter, two cn nun six mitriis ou. was nltlirten wuii goncrul nc lility and I tss nf stcecli. She wm given up ns past je- uy our lanuiy wivrticiaii ; iku i inunaiciy i whs rc iniueiidr bv a l'nend to trv vour SirmoariHn. ltii'ir having used one bottle she ree-jvero'l her speech find ws ennblcd to walk alone, tn the ast mishmcnt o nil vvlio were icq ua i n ted with the circumstance. She is mm- unit ivt?IL ami in much letter heilih ilimi she hns heon for li in nit lis pas.. JOSKPH TAYLOR. 12 York St.. Br loklyn. two hiilihu;. SAVKD. Very few families iii-Jetl in furl we h-ve n 4 heard f one that used Dr. T twuscuil's Stimisirilkt in time. 1 st any children the part Summer, while th thnt did u t, si.rki'iirtl Htiti diet I. The cercificate we publish bel iw is ncliiHive evidence of iin viilup. oml la m- an ttl.cr inmuiirc of its saving the lives of children : llr. loWNsRvn Dcnrnir; 1 had two children rnretl by jiir Sirsuxirillu of the sumiutT compl lint nikt d m nt'trv ; ne was nnlv l. in-mlh old and m oilier 3 veirs. Thcv werc very much rcdiHfd, nud we e.pift,il t1n-v wmld die ; they were given up by tw rcs'iectnblc physicians. When theducti.tr informal lis Hint we must I sc thcin. we rs 4- eil to trv vtur Sjrsaoarilla we had hoard si mti.'h oi'. but had little confidence, there Itciuirsi much s:mV odi ttnisctl that is worthless: but we arc thankful tliat we did. for it undoubtedly snved the lives of Ulh. J write this dial oth ers imy lie induced to use it. Your. re;eviftillv, jtut YllSO.N, Jr. Myrtlc-nvenuc, Brooklyn. Sept. 1. IH7. TO TIIK I.ADIICH. OBKAT FKMALK MKDICINF.. J Dpt. Towxsknd's S.i b.vP vRilla is a s nrreinii tin A snimlv t cure f'tr incipient c insiuuption, atnl for the grnerul prostra tion of the system no matter whether ihe result of inhe rent cause or causes, produced by irregularity, illiictss or -cident. Nothing cau be in ire surprisinff than its iuvhrornlinr t 'eels on Ihe human frame, persons all wenkneps ami 1ns- tude, troin tnking it at once bec iue r bu.t and lull, ol' euertrv uii'lcr its inibieiicc It imnuilintelv c mntonicirt the iiervrlcsKiiOtU ft the icuule fnune, which is the gicil cau barren nrse. It will n il In: cruci IvnI of us, in cxs.s of w-i dii-lieale n in- tnre. to exhibit ct.'riiiieati s ol cures performed, but wt trni nss'ire the atflicle 1 UiPt hundreds H cas.- luivc been rector- II I ll'i. Dr. Towxscmi: Mv wife bcinir arnallv tlis'n-sd lv wcikncK and genernl debility, and nullering c Mitinnully by pni.i und with other dilliculiies, and having kn jwii case's where your uieilicine hns eiVeeierl greut cures; nnd nls hciriitg it ree.mi mended inr such ease ns I hove described. wxi the dirertins y u ctive me. In a short oeriod it rem vcd her comnlaiuts and restored her to hc-iilh. Ilciuir greitml f r the lieuefits shu rcci'ivctl. I t:tke ptetn-urc in tha a'.'kunvledging it. and rccoiumending it to the nublic. AI. I. MOOKK, Albanv, Aug. 17. Ml. r r. Cmmd k Lvdia sis. DYSPKPS1A. No Hit id or medicine has ever been divovcr! which so nearly resembles Hie gnstt ie juice or saliva in dcconiyiiing food nnd strengthening (he organs of digestion ns this pre paruti u of KirsaiKijillii. It positively cures every caw of dyspepsia, however severe or chronic. wants Ucrnrtinent, Allsuiv, JVlay 10, IHt.i. Dr. Towusend Sir: I have been ulflictcA)' for aev-eral years with dys;ieMiia iu its wwst form, attended with s mr nesa of st wii'ich, I is of ntttite. extreme heartburn, aisl a great avernvui to all kinds of foxt, nisi ih weeks, (whnt 1 c Hikl cat) I have been unable to retain hot a small port Mm on my stomach. I tried the usual remedies. Ult they Iwd mit little or no efleet in rcmoviuy the coniuhmt. I w-ts in duced. abHit two mouths since, to try your l-'.xtruet of S:ir- sauilla, ami l must aiy with little continence, j Uit alter using nearly tw b rttles, I found my nppeliie rentovett nnd tha henrtbiirn entirely removed; audi wmld cnruesllv re C Hiimeud the use of it to those who have Imcu nihieteif ns 1 hivebeeu. Your, Ac., W. W. VAX ZAXDT. Agent for ftunltury JOHX W. FRIUXO : Xor- thiiinherlanr, MARY A. McCAY ; Danville, WM. A. Ml" It RAY ft Co.. April 22, WIS. ly Phlla., tlcndlitfr, and 1'oltnvllle Itall Koud. SIJ.MMF.n ARRANGEMENT CHANGE of Hours, ami two Trains Daily each way, except Sumlays. On and after Monday, May 1st. 1SI8. two trains will run each way, daily, between Phils nil I'otliville. MORNING LINK ACCOM MOUATION. Leaves Philadelphia at 7 A. M daily except Sundays. Passes Readme st 10 45 A. M. Leaves Putttville at 7) A. M. daily egcetit Siiiulayi. Pa. et R-ailil.g at 0 10 A iM. I he above Line stops at all way station! on the road ss formerly. AFTERNOON LINK F ' SV TR UN. Un Train. I Diiwi Train. Leaves Philailetpliia at Leaves Potuville at 33 9 V M .daily except I P. M , daily except Sundays I Sundays. Leaves Phsnixville 3 43, Leaves Si h Haven, 1 37 Pottstown, 4.I.") Port Clinton, 3 00 " Reading. ft 0(1 " Reaiiii, 3 30 " Port Clni'oii, S,4.'i " Sih. Haven, 0 10 " Potlstown. 4 3r1 " I hrinixville, 3 00 rrivet si Stale Arrives st lotts- ville, 0 30 Road. 3.50 The aftemoon train will ttopnnly st tbe above named stations. Passengers fiat other iwiutt mutt therefore take the -Vorning Line llenot in Philadelphia, comer of Broad and Vine Streeta. No Pattengeii can enter the Cart unless provided with Tickets. NOTIi'F.. Fifty pounds of baggage will be allowed to etrb pattenger in these lines; snd naiseiiKert are expressly prohibited from takiim anylhinj st baggage but their wearing apparel which will be at the risk of itt owner. No freight will be taken by these linet. -By order of Board of Managers S. BRADFORD, Seeretary Mny 6 1818. tf f Pictorial Ml I Ion or tl'AuhlKtie'g great Work ou tbe Keibriiiatlou OK THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY IN GER. MANY, SWITZERLAND, it:. Will be piibliihel or. nr about the 1st of Apiil, 1818, by JOS. A SPEEL, No GO Cherry tt. above 6th, his splendid 13mo edition of tha above named work, with 18 engraved illustrations from ori ginal designs; 4 vols in 3, bound in estra cloth and library shtep. Tha publisher retpectfully rails the attention of tba trade and tba public generally, to this work being tba only illuatrsted edition published ia tba United States Ha trusts thst lbs beauty ef its embellishments, tke strong and tubatantial msanar in which it is bound, in conjunction with Ihe known popalsrity of tke work itself, will be sura recommendation to publie faor. JOS. A- SPEEL. Cherry st. above 6th. J. A. 8 bee also lately published, a new and beautiful Edition of Sergeant Bell's Raree Show, a suitable book tor children, neatly deaa up ia extra clotk. . rbiladelpkis, Arul I, 1S4I- OXYGENATED - A ftOYEREIGN REMEDY FOR D73PEPSIA, . PHTHISIC, AND OENEXLtM. J1I1BU.ZTT. CKORGE B. GREEN, Proprietoh. Windsor, Vermont.,, 1 1" a soverelen mmdi for DYSl'KMl A, ( rm,j ot ml f. inrms, such n r-iu In Uia atvnach, Hcurtbarn, habitual n'S.'S"'?: o",d Slm"",h. HM'tacho, 1.omoi Appetite, riles, Nialit Sweeta, end Consumption (Dyspeptic Phlhisic,) and Asthma, or Fhthraie attenlra with fTraie rnent ol the Hlwuach (nr UyapeUc Asthma.) Ptllicull Ilrcatliing, which oltcn results I'rum imperfiMt ilixratioa (or Dyspeptic Hyapmea.) is Klirved t,y (hew- Bittern. In short, their use lias been proved in the relief of almost all the symptoms that proceed from a ueUlitoteJ or at.aiic comli llon of the Stomach ; aluo in genernl debility arisine from ae or from the Hlec! m" Fever, pirtirulurly Fnv and Aifiie. Peiualea surleiiiif nialrr any uterine derangement ermiiia Irom weaWneiw, will And the "Oxtoknatid Hit. Tnn.'' un excellent rouicdy. nnd not surpaiwcil by any medl. cine in use. The history of this medicine is neralinr. It has made its uy to public favor s Joly by the hare of its own intriinic 'tnerits. No artificial means have been used to give it no t irieiy and tlimst it np n iiublic attenti n. It Tins never before even been advertised, but having firsi shonit its re markable eiTicacy in Die family of the proprietor, and bjr him aftcrwanl ruluiiuisUTed to his atllictcl friends and ru qiininianerii with a like result, its reputHli m grmtnally ex. tended until it is kn iwn in Ihe must ilMnnt arls of the t'nioti, as a medicine of unrivalled virtues in the cure of Dysiepsia in all iis dilTcrent forum, oihI als for the cure ol" Asthma or Phlhisic. Its only herald and its only eulogy hns been the story of its wonderful olTienev, ns told from mouth to month or by letter from Iricisl to friend. In eve ry instance where these Itinera have been used, nisi the re. suit made known to Ihe proprietor, they have proved a re medy. Numerous rertificntes, attesting the siiigulur efficacy of Hie "Oxvoknatkd ItiTTEKA," are iii Ihe posncsAion ol Ihe tiroprlet ir ; tianiy of them signeil by per un alrnndy widely mown t the public. l.lXt. B. (IHUKN, Proprietor. WINDStm. VI., Oct .Kr :i, ISI.'i. . 1'lie following Ceriificates have recently been received l , Wamiiotox. D. C, .Il-.k 10, IMS. Havinc; maile us; of the '-Oxygenated Hitters'' pre,ared b-llr. (ie. II. ttreen, !' Winilnr., Vt. and from kniw ledge oliuiiiiil of their efiic icy in etlier eases, wechecrfully rec..uimend them t Ihcpuhlic. believing Unit they willfully snstntii the re iniiiir.nriii n of the Propriet'T. We h pe. that this vntilal.le renieily mav be si g.'tiernlly diflused throughout the country tliat it iriny be accessible to all Iho alllictnl. WI& I U. 8. Se,nbW from Vermont. JAMES K. SIMMONS. I. S. Seimt .r from n. iKlnnd. J. T. MORKUEAD, I". S. Senator ainl fjriiurly Govern or of Ki ntuckv. I. II. AR.VOlaD, Meir.licr ol Cuiiprcw mv f jrmerly 0i vcrii-'r "I U.I. WM. WOODHRIDOi:, I. rt. cVnat:tr a.v-t f mneriy Go vem of MicMttiin. M. 1.. MARTiX, Dfleg-ite in C-.iirr.fi unii WiHCjunin Territory. Vt m II n. II. D. I'fHTKit. Mcinlicr id' turcM fmm IVtinvlvnniii. Wamiixoton. I). C. Jt vk 10. 19t6. Dear Sir. 1 have- been n Uyneptie mtO'ertr l" r nlHit ten ycurei. tui'l hfive rctiutinlt vori hk ineilifiiic i'or relief without ticeeni. until I mule uc of your 'Oxvjrenatcfl Hitter." I have lined ah-tut two b-rttlc. nml fnrinvwll" I restored to peneei nciiih. The titrma m wlneM the ui case Wi iwcd itKcli. in iny Ciiftc, ver. ureal nci hty of the t-Mfi:tch, 1 ttf appetite extn-sie rhhtlenve, iverc'eonti (Kill mi ot' the bnvelfl. ntid violent he ubche. Keeling deai ron llr.it n knjwlelc oi' y ur vahuibte rcineily tiny rench others iiuil..rly ulflittcfl. t;iVc grcit ptairt' in rceord ing my 1eiti'ri ''iiv t it curative ptwer; uu I would al reinnic. thnt while on a vmit nt home a xhort lime inee, I a'hiiiui.Ucretl a part of a h ttle a numlter of mv ntfiicteil ftiumlfi, with groat uec. Titey are dcairuiie thitt you h uid et:dilih nn agency nt Pittxliurir. or inform them where the inidi(-ine i-m be oliciinl. With an curuct de Hire for v.mr irmperit) an.l happineHH. 1 nbvrilte mvclf, truly y iir friend . i. I'uSTKR. )'et. Ieo. M. (.nrRx.Wintl r, Vt. S ld Wh mV-iI and RiHnil bv Green & Fl'-tcher. No. 'jOSmlh Sixth Street, Fhiliitlrljiliw. Agent f T SMtilmrv II. H. MASSER. Amenta for Mill'ii M At'K A V A IlA Vtl. April 15, lSlb Tn prcnluii the puMic with o remedv f .r the tnrntment X and cure nl Kkvkk axu Am t audiahcr hili u ditacn. nonpiligy is uee.led. Vast uitiuljers in the I'nitcd States, who suiter from t!icc aff.-etioitK in their varied forms, uru c imjiL-llett lo i.-ek relief from olher s inn-en thnu the inline, ilmte iremripti n.i of the regular physii-inn. It liec-itnes llieref -re an obj.-cl of hiuntuiity, us well as of public inter est, to briua lief ire them a reuuily prepared fi.-m iiiuch ex-v.-rienci and which um always Is- relie.1 iiioii ns s.ki:, RFFECTI.'AL, AND tl.vlt.Ml.C'. TO TIIR COXSTITI'TION. That such is the true ch-inn-lcr ol" the INDIA t'llOI.Aimot 'K, is limply attested by the universiil sneci-ss wilh which it ims been einpl tyeil. 7 l.Mruct from n eouiniiuiiciiti u f the II. ,u. Wil liam WooimniiHii:, of tlie I . S. Senate, Inte Uovcrnor of Michitmu. Ui-.tiioit, Oct. Ml, lull). DocTon t'ltARi.iw 0.iiitn, Dear Sir, 1 linve nsid willi uuu-li interest, your litile thaevtikc uuon llie i-eaoeCH. ti-rattii.-iil ami cure' ol' the lebrile di'H.-ases which hive s eletisivcly prevailed ill our e.inutry (luriiic tlieluil lew ui iillis sn luteri.-st uu-reasej t, , ,l.wtlil Iw lh. r.nllhat I Ii.i,-a l.i'livi.liinin- unlorA.! a much from them. Th ii:h I I.-...I mvself very iue -mpeteut to judire iru'ely uuoo a snbiejt k en'lireiy pnaVasi ml. vet vnur the r Kevin l in uvll rtrt mm), nnd vmr e mic1u i-n iust. and I think wiih.-d, that y nir p:iinphlet in eaieu lutiH) In pruiluee iimeh praeiieul irTfil. flcf(kiiin ti the tuedieiin he ray :-e-lt fully jitHtifiat vnur nattering t:xeetali-an4, inw) u a al. enuvcnient, anil pipn Inr rrniwty, my own exiwrifiice. i fir, induce me Ui be lieve thai il will prtve o grevt public benefit. I mil pkned I i Ictirn !tal yHi have reimitty extnbliMhed nevenil mreiK'if f if i:a iiv iiini thcntt;h I rifret that, with a vier t a ni -re gt'nfnd di-iniiinfiun uf it, y-"u Fhtmlil linve fmid it ueenuctr to remove from y-Hir pnnrtil rt-idenee ninony u. With uiueli reiM't I linve the h to be, ir, ixir ohliired servant, WI! MAM WOODimijir.K. C iT From II n. STHniH V. II. THowrniixiK, uf .Miclii Rau yuitt- Scimti-'. to (lie Ay flit ut Dt-trnit. HlHMIN'rll AM, (UktANP '., Pee. 1 1H1. Sir y-u wih me to iui rui you what I know of Dr. tf mkI'a IndiH rhol tfr fnitf, or Hiiti-hilioiis inn Urine. I d Iwlif ve tluit if the virtue awl tilifaer of thi motHfine were evnia!ly kH 'Wii, the kkvek A.u.kuii would dnpear iu Mirhip.oi. I prritmt n Ixittle in tin prin? of 11 1, nud hiiver)oi1 retfiii 1 1 Iwliuvt? tluit iuycli' nud family eiteujted ihe ague lux! tnsiiiu in e nisutuae'of its ue. rerhap in n 'iiniiui'r ninee the ttlrui'nt of thirf fine Wfiiiiitulii, h:m the i' vr nnd uyue ueu jirevulriit 11 llie Ltst. I linve reT imiii'nlnl ihi iitttlieiiu in imnienmii in tmiff. und wht-n Ihe diJff h id U-usMiu- lixixl und lutlled tin Hkill ttf phvici -nn: and I Irtve m'vrr kit wu it fail. I hfl univerwilly prtNlunil ihi'in wt happy etfeetH. nml I brt lieve tl lm inn er Item t-.rHNl'l by uuy uuxl trine in ret;ii viug the biliNie diavuw ti" 1m clintHte. Your, rt-HpeHrnllv. bTIXIIKX V. K. TUOWIl!tlDii:. - A'j.-iii far tnntturv H. B M ASSl'.H : Northnmlierluud. WrrillNOTtiM A t' . i Mill ui, J. II. KASK1I; tt. liM. if rove, .MAV & KLOSK. Mny 0, lHlStf. (ill KAT XA'riOXAlMOUk- A HUtory of the ttevoliiltuii nud I.lvr ot the Heroes nf llie Wur ( ludepeudeiit-. BY CHARLES J. PETERSOS. An elegant volume wilh IB fine Strel Platen, and nearli) 21)0 beautiful Wood Engraving. 'Tliis is a spU'iulid hsik. A vulimMr uil.lili 'il lo the Hist I,ili.r:ittirr ol' our ciiinlry. W'c arw unk-ll luita keu if it ft t-s n a toko runk with llu vorka is Iniug aisl Pri-s.-.m." 1'rjnkforil llurukl. It surisisM-s any siuulur work yt-t 0Wih1 to llie AiiK-ii-con iiuliiii-." Null's tiuxi-lti. "It uiuy bi. properly c luihlml a nomturiM. Miliiury History of llu-Iti voto'iion, cmrciiKly will ami juilicioiia wriltiu." . AuH'rii-aii. "'I'hc pri'st-ut v-rk on llu Rr-voltiiiou unit ils Hi-rocs, is supt-ri ir, bolli in r&tmlt ami dtistrfii lo any thul has hr-rt-Ui. fore c una luiui-r mir li' ita-ii." In . A well c-uhmtuiI History of llut erruiful ix-riml. IhiI-gi-r. "UiciliiUy llie best popular History nf lite war nfthe llfv.iliiii ai aial its llfrs-s. Iliui lias yH Ix-t-n iii-u to lue cotiiitrv." S:itunl;iy Kvr-niiis; Tosl. tty'AGKVlU WAN'l'KU I roiivass f.ir Hit- above rlc irmt W'.irk, iu pvry I'ihuut and Towu tn tiw, I'nitrd Ssfitos, to whom llie iiuwl lilK-ml iiiiluvt-utruts will ttecsler. eP Price oulv VI. Adiln-s. (wt.iiiil) WM A.I.KAKV. .u. uie .onn i.i'.i iiu rr. I'llllUKU'lllA I'liilmh-lphia, Muy tSl, l"M Oul THE CHEAP llriiHli, Comb and Variety stow:. BOCKIUS AND BROTHER, BRl'bll MAM FAtTl'REKS, AND DEALERS IN COMBS VARIETIES No 98 North Third. brtn Rati St. and Nirth East eonntr of Third and Market itretl, PHXZ.ADEZJHZA. WHERE they offer for sale a general snort ment of all kinds of Brushes, Combs ana varieties which they ara determined Lower then rsn be purehsted a sawhero,. Country Merchant! and others Purcbating in tbe above line will find it i (heir advantsga to rati before purchasing e'iawbere aa tba quality and prices wiU b ful'y guarantacd against all cacnpetition. -' " rbiladelpbia, June 3, lH-ly "ir tt .m ia i i . , ,, r . THE ONLV DADtCAL Cl'KE FOU . i CONSUMPTION ! ! Scrofula or Kinfr'f Evil, Ilheumntium, OUtinote rutnieoiv ..ttiptHMaa, rimpiinor i pifiuir on me l are, flHMCnef, lhlf. Chronic Sore Eye, Ring Wonu or Tetter, Scnhl Head, Enlnrpement md rain of the Bwn ai. ioiiitn.Siiblvmi I'lecr, fvphi Utie 5ymitoirai, Sciatica or Inmbiro, Uieara arising fnqn an injitdi cimin uite of Mcjcury. DroH y, Expomre or linpni deuce In lite ; nlit , n Chronic Contli lull -nil Din. ' , i . order. in tui medine acveral mnorent Uit verv potent artichw ..V..sClil?nl,,c V'f11 " "Hiteil, funning a compomifl entirely different in II r-hnmrter and pmpertic from any other proMration, and unrii-allctl in It operation on the ayatern when laborinft under 1irna. h.ild be In the lunda of everv peraoii, who, by buineaa, or general courae of h e. a priiioed to the very immv ailiincut that ren c er life a curse, uutend of a blowing, und i oi ten reult in death. ron ftci.OFvrA. rir. Dmke Pnnnecn i rneomniendcil a a certain renin) r. Not one iituicof it fnilnrc ha ever occurred when free! ly ued ! It cure the iliaonitc and at theame timt iuitart vtgur to the whole ytem. Scriful nt itemm can never pay t much attention to the atate of their hlood. It pu nficntiou ahuld be their firnt aim ; fr p-rerorancc will accomplish a cure of rsw hfjieditmit liwac. FOR KRl.'PTIOXS f F THE 8KIX. fVurvy, Scorl'Utic AllW-ti"n, Tniir.ru, While Swcllinc;. Ervfiteln. I'lccra. Caneeri. Ilnnninir S re. Scnb niul Rile. Dr. Drake' Tanftccn cann t In t ju highly ext"lled ; il searches out the very r xrt 01 the disease, and pcrinaiient. lntiirsTKi: nit nvmipnui . No meiliein,. oerliSDS has ever ln-cii ilisc-i-er-d which gives so nntch tone lo the Rtmiach au t causes thesecre. tion ol'a hr-olthy gastric juice to dec .nii ye the i'o.l a llr. llinkc'a Panacea ltllfl'AiA'l'.S.M. Dr. Prilo-' pjuocea is ua,hI with Ihe prcatf.it success iu Hhcmnalic Complaints. csieciallysiiclihsclir'jiiic. It cures by driving out all impurities nnd Youl huin.mrs whicli have nccutnitbied iu the system, which are ilie couite ol' Rheu matism, U.'iii. and Swelling-! the j,.iii.. dther remedies s.meliiiies give leinunrurv relief: tliis entirely era licutes the di-'eu.'V irom Ihe systein, even ivheu the limbs and bulics are dn-uihully swollen. COXSl'.MI'TKiV 1 roxsuMt-rioN can be criir.0. rough., Cutarrh, Bron- i vhiti.1, Spiuiiig of lil ka1, Asthma, Diiiicult or prolime Mx peci .rutun, rtroiic l'iush, Nitthl Sw eats, Pniu in the side ic. have beencured, niul can bo with as much eerlainty as nnv other ilimifu,. A Kiuieilti. Ii-,m I lv,i &itfli, i.irliiit in-niii until the discovery ol' Dr. Drake's Panacea, it is I mild and rale but certain mid rilu nlious in iu upcmliou, i and cann tt pvit'ly mime the inont Ui lit-ale c iiAlituti -it. e w nnn eununiiy tn- nuiru'iiu th"e ulnicted to Rive it n trial and we believe they will not Inve oowtiioii t regret it. The nystrin i ck'auf'l and Ktrvnthened, the nice in un the lung are healed, and the palit-iit ijnHlu:illy i.'ain tti.'ir usual healih and strength. Read the iollowtti : TfSTIMOXV. I'lllLA., Dec. Ulh, IM17. ! Di:ak Sir : In reply l vour questi n rinectiiitr the nne ul Dr. Unikt Paimrcu, 1 will any. Ih.it although a perfect disbeliever iu the exitcncc of a IViVarKA, tr cure tiw all dilute, however valnat.lo it utiy lur in certain e uditi 41 01 the yitcni. till 1 have bclieveil iliat a cure i'jt C iiftunia tion would In. disc ivored 'rucr or Liter, and cun inly hi me tJ try vir medicine in tw vrv invefrate c.vp. They were pronounced by the ntteiHliutr phviriuni t' Im; pclmonary consumption, ond uluud'Hicd bV them uh in- rruArt.r. One 01 th per!. h id been muter the treat- ment of several very able prtn liii -ni-is i'or n nniiiber nl' yenrs, and they said she luul 'Vld insln met t'oinnmipliou e 'tnbine with tcrolula," oud Unit ihc rTii!it linger for s line lime, but could n t Ik.- jM-riiuin'-iilly rt'li.;il. In bMhcases the eilt-et (.1 the Paiinecn hns been 111 .t rmt ilyiufr. Only lonr or live b-itilcs tvero used by one of the tersrus tieii.re t she beiin to improve rnnitlly. The olh.f lnk ub 'lit ten. . I will only add tlmt I'niutliar nA I tun wilh coiisuniptiju by inheritance oml by exteufive eliKeriiil. n ns n stmly, utnl kn-iwing aliri the injurious elfix-tN in nine cases out of leu of tar, bom-set, und other vi-getnltle l.uics. us wisll as of iniiny 01 the cxncrtoruntstusl iliitivt-s. I .h lild never linve rec muiieisled llie use of Urnke 1'iinticea if I had not licrii iieijuamteil with llie ingredients. tuirH!c it to nay tliat Ihesc are recommenced by our lu-iM p iplllnr and m-ii-iitilie phrsi ciuis, ami in llieii-present combined i-iate, form probably llie best nllerative that lias ever Itei-ti uiide. The cure in iu aic.viUuce Willi a theory of Ciisuinptinn Imsiebed in l-'raucc a few years ago, by one of her m vt eminent wri ters 011 medicine, nnu ii iv enttbli-tli-d bv fjcu which xul mit of no dinpiit'.-. Very i'.cupccll'ully Yours, I.. C. ' To iir ibe luietciee of nnotbvr. "In. Drake. Piuiaeji iu ulways s:iliitary iu ils ctfect never iiiiuri ns. It is n t us 0iiute it in tMt mid l-'.XK-cl.imiir. It l u il inteuileil l-i hut -the invulld iut i ti falill security. Il i h jrr--ul remedy u graiul healiiu. und curative c m;v und. file creal and only rein.-dy which medical si-ience and kill 1ms yt-t pr'XliKvil ; for the treatment ,a this hltheit lue'- u(llereit umhtdy. And no pers ,ii nlllii'teil wilh this dreul dineiiKC. will lie just to 1 himself and his friends, if he po it wu to Ihe grave wilh mt I testing its virtues. A sinpte b title, in ni"st enses, will pr". duce u favoruble t-hnnge in the c-in-litiou ol any fialiciit. h wever 1 rtv' . TO TIIK I.ADH'.!. lb'ti i Hide c miiiI(-&i4i und t Nimiuiutiw habit and uch hk ure dfhiluiti'd by lh mc tstMliU' tivnx which fcuialc ! ,mbl to, are restored bv Ihe uu of a Untie or Iwo, W'Xau nt"r. II is by Inr the b.-t ren,ely ever disc n e to I I'.lf WjlLlt- l-llllllrt-l. M.ul ttb-l. IhII H iMit l.tlnMm . Iu.1.... .lciiaanl , lh. y l:ikr it. Il iiuiiu.-iliati-ly r.-'t iru thsai'ipclilr, strciif!ti and color. NolhuiK ran be inorn surprising llian its inviu iroliiic ef. I'iMits on lUii Iimiuui fralia. IVrH 'iis, all weakness and las. simile liel'ore taking, it, at oiu-e beguile rolmst am full of encrpy uisli-r ils inrluener. It iiiiiuetluile CHlnleraeta the nerveleiuuiess ol the fi-umlc frame. CAt TIOX. Bo lari llll an.l sr Hint y.ai nut the penil. ine llr. UiiakVs Pan.ici: it hasihr sif;iiiiliiref (eo. I-'. Stohsn on the wrapper iwl his i Ihe uuuie "l)i. Dbakc's Tanacka, I'lllLA." blown ill Ihe (tl'iss- Prrpnrerl onlvhv Htobba i Co., lr.iev'ifls, N'o.'il North. Sixth W , Hliiliulelphia. Arcnt for Runliury II. M ASrtKlt. (ijld ulso bi Wi. A. MrHi l'.. Danville II.HntKr KB, Milton; Mahv Mrf ov, onlimiii-rLi,Hl ; l;. I'.l.nz, isi'iiHiisonifr. April I, lets ly S AL A1VZ AN DEE, FIRK AMU Tllli:r PltODK I lltTS, llltlM'ROOK BOOKS 1'Olt BANKS AN1I MTU It KM Seal nnd Lutter-Cojivinir l'lvri', 1'hIhiiI Slute-LiiieJ Rt'fiieriiton. WattT Fil ters, Patent Purlalili; Water t'lu nets, iuteiul.'il tor llie Iiek niul 1 1 r I i i ) i . KVATS & WATSON. 78 South Third Street, OPl'llrITITIIK lMIII.ADIII.I'IIIA KXl'IIANUK. Miitlul'u.'tiiri' unit kerpeoiiKlunt- mmamm i- .mi la-tml n I tr.r.. t,i .rfnitHtl of .''j 'i the ull-e arlieles, I leettier Willi j jv-VL ini-ir i iiii-ui luiiinji eo r-.uiiiaiiui-r -fr rillll.l'IMlllI' K H I'S. v..o..h ! H jE are s j rowtni.-t-il ns lo set ut n-s.1 all liiuiiiu-r 4 it uU as to theii .-;vl!1 bt-iiu itri.-IK- tirt-or 101'. unit thut tht- will r. i-isl llie lire of uuy iHiii-tiiiir. Tin- ollliile eusii ol these, tafi-s ara uiailc of boih-r idai, the iiohh- cusotu' bi stoue, mill bi-lweeii Ihe ouler i-'im uii.l iuiler u.is is a ipiire of mn- three iurhra tliiek, aiul is tilled in with iiulrntriu--lilib- uiuleriiil. so as I i umke il mi iiuov-iiliilily to burn any iH' Ihe ronteiils inside of this I'ln-sl. 'Its-s.- S sipstnie f.i aiinuiulers we are prepared au.t d eluillt-ntfe th.' wal.1 I protliue uuy oiIu Ih in llu- ali-ipe ol lu.ik Sil'ea tkit will suindas iiiiiili h.-ul, ami we lilt iwselt-ea r.:ly nl nil time, to hHelhem fairly tert.-.l tie pilMie Inutile. We also continue to liiaiiulseliire a kirn.- iin.1 een.-ml usa rl uieut of our Premium Air-tij'.l I'm- Pre tf Riles whi.-li there lire over KSI now iu use, and in evt-r iiifluiu-e ih.-i liuve iriven entiiw atllisl'aeli'ill I I Ihe plir-li:iHi-rs of which. we wilt refer Uio puUie I n few ajuitiomeii who li'iva them iu use. Ilnywsal It fnvder. PH'si iHe : J.ph O. Ijiwihi P.etsville; Ml. William l'rr, l .vleslowil, Pu. N. A li. Tartar, IJ,, n alii M si.; A Wriiiht Nephew Vine si. wliurf j Alvxmider furor. tl.siveyaia-r, eori r ol Fillierl aial nth sts.; John M. K.n1. -H uorih 3d st.; Myers Bush, l north 3l st.; J unes M. Pnul. till s allh tlh st.; Dr. David Juyne, U mth l at.; Maihew T. MiSer. ' a null :id el.; and we reiki naiue a aua hiuatmls iM others II it were necessary. Now we iuvile Ihe atleiilloil ol Ihe publie, and iiarlieiilarly those in wruil Pire Pnsa (jnies, lo call at iair atore be lore por.-lwnn)i elsewhere, and ran sntlal'v Ihem Ihey will evt a taller awl eheaiier arllele at our si.re tluui al any .alier esniNisliinert i iha ttty. We akvi uuiiulw-lure the ordinary Fire Pr.su rnem, at al very Kw price.. eheriier than they run be U-ughl al soy other store Iu Phihal. I,u,iu. JOIIANVIM WATSttN. Philuilelihia, April S, K.-aly George J. Weaver, KOFB MABEB A. SHIP CHANDLER. No. Ill Water Street and No. 1 1 North Wharvei Philadelphia WAS eonstsntly on hand, a goiieral sssort- I meut of Cordsga, Seine Twines, eV., vist la" Ropsa, Pishing Ropee, White Kopsa, Maui! Ie Ropes, Tow Lioee fur Canal Unata. Alau, t complete aaaoitment of Heina Twinss, eke, such a. Hemp Bhasl sad Herring Twine, Ileal Patent (Jill Nat Twine, Cation Shad and Herring Twine, Shoe Thread, etc cave. Also, Bad Cords, PUnigh Unea Halters, Traces, Cottoa and Linen Carpet Cham &.C. all of wbkk be will diapuae uf os, ixaeoaahle "hil.dalpis, JunsSt, Its. ty AVKIGHT'S 1 Indian. Vegetable Pills. This medicine ia euttiponnrltd o feftttel principle, front the pure, unadulterated- herb of the '.Indian, Allhrmgh there are many medicines ealliid.by the.aums name, every one ia aware that there ia at Vet? jjreat itiferenee amnrn them. Those of them tliat are stoned "lnrfin," hare stolen the name from as, who were the first o-hodnf a prepa' red Indian medicine to the American puknet Of eeerae a similarity of name doea not create a similarity in the char acter of the medicine. - Wright's Indian Vegetable Pitis are HHrtlnguishod for tlieir perfect adaptation lo the human body In Iheil oper. ation, they do exactly what aatars does, ami nothing snore'. They have a roca-roLS actio) apon the Idngi, shin, hid noj s and bowels. Hence Uicir peculiar power over dteaies fly promoting persjilratL-n, they break Op bom Cetsas( niiae.MATir CoxrLAist, Pais in tue Bunt, taoetiL I'l-iAMors Kat moMi, riatn.Es, BurrcnH, Farcstas, l'.avAi7ra.AA. 4e. ' , ' - The efc'.ion of tha Tills on the kidneys is such aa to mike them a valuable liilmutriptle. Daorsr,' GaiviL, and Pa Mali Coiiiplaints, suisins; ' from obatnwtioiia at certaia periods, are speedil) renved by their use. ; ; J" A free EartcfoRAii-s fn.m the lungs ia excited be the use of Wright's Indian TgeiaMa Ptllaj -thaw MotIihi I'ulinoiinry Owrpkiiiit, . sech s Axhha Baeerrtb; OnENXH AND Tl'llltNfclA OF IHC BSEA.T, CoCgbr, SorS Throal, Ac. ''' ' Ily their action on the FJtohuchI and Rowels, the Pike cure Dv.rErsiA. I.lvl:a roarktuiir rLriTtoK at Tea Heart, I-'lati lxxcv, Costivek, Kariat' of all kinds, Pleurisy, Headache, Giddine!, Dysedldry, Piles, aial all disorders of the intestinre. ' Tnken iu small doses, Wright's Indian TegeteMk Pills become an Alternative medicine, of great eaarcliHig' etJ ficacy, for the cure of onn of all kinds, Tetter, Tumors, Jacndick,Ixiwnes4 0F Spirita, Neiralcia, Rash, Paiks IN THE llONXA, 4c. These Pills also thoroughly break lip IrrrLtrisxa, in which complaint they are extremely valuable. In Bilioi-a CouFLAtNT. these Pills exercise a eomplet, imstery. Hence Fxver and Antra ia speedily cured by the use of thein, In the Western and Smthern States, where this itiscaso mostly pre-ail. th.Ke Pills go like an Avalanche. Whilethey are cheaper tlmn Hie fever and agile remedial in general, Wright's ludinn Vegetable Pilla have been pmiunecd superior to all of thcin. Indeed, it would an pear that if there is one complaint over which these Pill. -v- r ih ajc au. For destroying and ex;clliug Worms, no Vennifng e Is snperlor to these Pills Althougli we have not taken pains to make Ibis fact public, the merit of the medicine itself baa acquired for it an citiwivc reputation and aale for the re moval of Worms AdiuiniKtcrcd to adults or children, tba eil'cct of Ihe Pills is equally radical and decisive. All who sniTer from Worms slioukl by all means, use Wright's In. dian Vegetable PilK In fuel, no one can go amiss in the use of thia medicine. They are n-ituml to the body ns food ia. A trial wjlj c mvincc Die skeptical thnt Wright's Indian VegetnUe Pille fur from being a common "qnark nostrum," are decidedly the most valuable medicine ever offered to the public.. i Beware of Sugar Coated Counter fell . Remamber tluit the original and only genuine Italian Vegetable Pills have Ihe wi itlen silnalure of Win. Wril,t n the t'lptalwl f each box. roe ! Wright': Indian Vegetable IMIIa. I Henry Mssaer. Sunhury. ilv ic J. KsalTinin, Auensta tmvnbini I oti 11 H. Vine nt, Cliillisiu iquii. Kase & Brrg!ie.-ser. Ety-bu-g. Biinuel rlrrh, l.ittle Alahnn ijr, William l.iepH-n. Jsrkaon. . . ., Iieluid siol II lynej, McBvnniIle. Willi un Hoiin 11 & Brother, Milton,. ,, - Foii-yihe, W'itaon & Co., NuithurtberllnJ Jiimea R. J. Polliiirmve. 0. W. Scflit, Ku.-hstile, 1 1, .. : W. Si It, F, a -lvSli.irjioiiinlosvn. Ithoilcr ic Pjiro.v Snj JcratowD. Amoa T. Bei I!, Turhu'srille. Brnne.il'e Holshur, Upper Mahnnoy. J, hit Or. Rcnn. do d.i. K.I. I'i f, Walsniituwn. Wbn'e'-rle, "I the iilTice atnl general depot, 109 Rare tt.. PbtUdtl liia. July 8, 1848 ly WESTERS SEW YORK C O L I. EG C O F HE ALT it , 207 Main street, Buffalo, Ar. Y. DR. G.C. VAUGHN'S ?rgrtab!e Lilhoiitriptie Mixture.' . ' rpms eelebraled remedy is eonstuiilly iucreoi'nt; ita nuce r the itauiy curca it is making ALL OVER THE WORLD. -1 r II h i ii w Lee .inelhe tuily iiK.lwino for family use, and al , purtieuiurt) rcciHiimeutted for i . . DROPSV: -; i all t:ige.i of this implnliit iiiiiiiedintcly relievedVno matter I ui' bow fan standing. See Ph.unphlot for testimony. -i GRAVEL, ; . . ; amt an diseasi's ol'the urinarv organs; for tliese dikraie' i ins e aii(iliiiiiis il surah, .-done do other article can relieve i yon ; and ihe cures tesiifiedto will eouviiF-e ihe ruuat akeo liral ; see iuu,k.-l. Jrer Onniitainr. Billions diaeaeaa. FEVER &AGLE. ... .: i To the Ureal West esieeiully, and wherever tlieae-euui- iktiut prevail this medicine i na'ereil. ' - , NO MINERAL AUENT, j no il..,:erious e mipooiul Is a part of this mixture, a cures tlnw diarases with ccrUiiuly and eeterily, and doea not lc-ie ihe Hvsteiii Uvoid. rVe Paiunhlel. ... . PILES, . a e iiiiiit of a most puiuful clairaeterf ia j IMMEDIATELY RELlRV.EDi i - mi I a cure i .11 iws by a few days use of ihisartiele j il is far before any olher propamiioulor tliia disease, or for any ; other ilimisu onk-iunliug Ir an impure Mood Sea pan i hlel. - . , . , DEBU.ITV OF THE SYSTEM, weak burfc, weakuem t the Kidim'st Jte., nr InfUmuna I li u t'l kiltie, i liniiietlialely relieved by few da- um ui ' lltu iiu-tlieiite, uud tt eurv u nlunys reilt ul' its' uat. It Kiaiiittt :i A CERTAIN REMEDY, ' ' ' ; lor Ma b eoiupkiiuts, end also for deraiujenieula of the Ie. i iiial- Ir.iuie, IlillEGULAlUTIES, SUPPRESSIONS, I jw ml ul iiieuKl rtiati in. Nouriirle Ims evor len otfrns! ; a t tliin wliirli would ton- li this kind ol' dernnmmi ; li iittiv-Im rrlKti U'tuii an Miru aid edociive rtNitctlr, uid iin) t iVrl iMriniiiiil i tl cm 14 Rive ! A THOUSAND NAMES, ! as pr u of cures iu this distrasaiue clan of coninls'iola S.-e kiiup)il-t. All la-oken down, detiilitntod rsaunuiutuaul i fr.au tin- ili-cl of luerrurr, will Sml she bmeiinr power of' , Ihia jrtu-le loiut imiiieiluitely, uutl Ike puiauuoii, uunenkl , er.idii-Htial fr-Kii Hie avslrin. " ERI PTIVK DISEASES' ' : I will liiul ihe iillemiive propenieaia' this article, . j PURIFY THE BLOOD. I and driven such diseam-a from the ayaleni. See pamililet ! ..l 1,'sliniouy U eures ill all dlaenses, winch the Uluils ut ! uu ailvceliseuieiU will istf pemnl to las inineal b-ni. Agents live theiu away ; the cuitaui M pngee 'tf ccrunealcs ot' hiirh Wianu-ter,'nu.l a Mr n(ter AltliAY OF PROOF ..1' lie- viriut-s ot' a iiiediciur, never appcan-d. II is one of ihe peculiar lentures of this urtiela tliut it never faila ti boii.-lil'iii mo iw, und if rrnie and muscle are lell ki UiiM no ii ii'l Ihe euiaelattal mid llutreriiui invalid ' HOPE ON : und k.-ep ttikiniT Ihe medicine aa ..ng aa there is au im iroveuieiil. The nr sineior wmld r 1 CAUTION THE PUBLIC air.iiial a uuniber ol artiek-a whieh come out nmk lh, ""'"'sAliSAPARILLAS, SYRVVS,' ttC.) " . as eunai li Ilrupey, Omvol, Ate..j tlmf are good far a- ihinff, and caaxH-ltal u eull the unwary; . TOUCH THEM NOT Their iin enlors never tkoutibt uf cariiaj audi dieeaaee lis this arilelo bod due it. A particular etudy ol tbe pam-plik't.-ia earnestly e'!icitt. Agents aial all wbo aell the article are GLAD TO CIRCULATE tjraiuil'HwIy. pM in 30 oa. hot Iks, M ; It os. do el M i' h Oie targer koklmg S oa. ware than two auall Is, lb s. lmk out and g4 iutiaieed upon. Kvery buttle bee '-Vaughn's VeKcuehle I Jtlatrtnitfle Mixture," hkwa upon Ihe ekLis, the written suruatufe if . V. Vaaska' oa direotious, and "O. C. Vaughn, BurT.ilo," iuiied oa Ibe eirk. None olher are rnsHihsaral w w. e. i, Vaiurhn, and aild at be PrtseaiaU Otbe",' aJ Male street, Butt do, at wholesale ,! retail. No aaentwt, tera uideaa post puut omVis frnw nsruku- y sunatuatad Affe.ua excepid , r P tetter or varteoaaniea. li.aia esuitliuj ad to, pn-saiitly ""2" "JrT"" .. . Oihe. dev.tfe.1 eaehuuvely lo lb asla of UataiMrks-. IJ Nassau st. New Vort Hly i uJ h-" -.fcbUaa and by ib nriuoiisil Uruisllbifboiitllie UattedButea " ulao7ti"iaAiSra lo.. Vh AmmA PrutaeM. bMu-Tw. Priliu. fbiabory laaec (leafharT. rbnsroe E?A Wra. Urvislasre-4I. I.BIieaser, Miauav-llayea fc MeOmiuok, McliweiuivHIe Mist McCoy, Nonbaaabas- AprU I, iw y justices blanks: FOR PALE AT THIS OFFICE. mmmwm