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r Mrs. sicoraacr. Our father lives in Washington, And has world of caret. But give hit children each a farm, Enough for them and theirs, full thirty well-frown anni haa ha, A numerous race indeed. Married and aettled, all, d'ye fee, With boye and girls to feed. And if we wisely till our landa, We are aure to earn a living, And have a penny, too, to apare, For spending or for giving. A thriving family are we,' No lordling need deride ua, For we know how to uae our hande, And in our wita we pride oa; Hail, brothere, hail Let nought on earth divide at. Some of ui dare the eharp north east, Some clover fields are mowing; And othert tend the cotton plant That keep the loome agoing ; Some build and ateer the big winged abipa, And few in apeed can mate them, While otbera rear the corn and wheat, Or grind the flour to Ireight them. And if our neighbora o'er the aea Have e'er an empty larder, To aend a loaf their babea to cheer, We'll work a little harder. No old nobility have we, ' No tyrant king to ride ua; Our aagee in the Capitol Enact the lawa that guide ua. Hail, brotheri, bail Let nought on earth divide ua. Some faulta have we ; we can't deny A foible here and there; But other houaebolda have the same, And ao we'll not deapair. 'twill do no good to fume and frown, And call hard names, you aee, And 'twere a burning ahame to part So fine a family. 'Tia but a waateof time to fret, Since Nature made ua one. For every quarrel cute a thread That healthful love haa apun. So draw the corda of anion faat, Whatever may betide us, -And cloaer cling through every blast, For many a storm haa tried ua. Hail, brothers, hail Let nought on earth divide us. Wonder or Cci.tivatjon There i scarce ly a vegetable which we now cultivate that can be found to grow naturrally. Bnffon aaya that Wheat is a 6etitioua production raised to its present condition by the art of Agriculture. Rye, Barley, Rice, or even Oat are not to be found, wild, i. e., growing naturally in any pari of the earth ; but have been altered by the in dustry of mankind from plants now resembling them, even to such a degree that we are now unable to recognize the relation. The acrid and disagreeable opium ha been tranaferred into del.cious celery ; and the colewort, a plant of scanty leavea, now weif he many pound ; or into a cauliflower of considerable dimension, being only the embryo of a few bud which in their natural state Would not have weighed a many grain. Tito potato whose introduction ha added to and sustain many millions of our population, derive it - origin from a small bit ter root which grow wild in Chin and Monte video, South America. ' The Yankee Blade. We have not receiv ed thia excellent paper for several week. Mr. Matkewb, we know, is not to blame for this from the Blade, which we And in an exchange: A Tough Si-oar. Our Uncle Ezra is in the habit sometime of "stretching the truth," vicious sort of propensity, from which the rest of the family are singularly free. We beard him tell Snook a rather aevere tale, day laat week, which we hare concluded to give to the world : "When I lived in Maine," said he, "I help ed to break up a piece ot ground ; w got the wood oft in the winter, and rjr in the spring we begun to thiuk of ploughin onX It was soconaaruec!ly rocky that we had to get forty yoke of oxen to ooe ploughwe did, faith and I held that plough for more than week. I thought ! should die. It e'en almost killed me, I van. Why, one day I waa bold in and the plough hit stomp, which measured just nine feet and a half through it hard and aound white oak. The plough split it, ana! I waa go ing through the stump, when I happened to think it might snap together again, ao I just threw my fcet out, and 1 had no sooner done this, than it snapped together, taking a amart hold of the aest of my oanuloona. Of Course, I wss tight, but I held on the plough bandies, and though the lea mater did all tbey could, that team of eighty oxen coulden't tear my pan taloons, nor cause ue to let go the grip. At last though, after letting the cattle breathe, bey gave another Wrong pull altogether, and the old etump came out about the quickest ; it had monstrous long roots, let roe tell yoe. f My wife made the cloth for then pantaloon, and I hain't worn any other kind ainue." The only reply Snooks made waa "I should hire thought it would bare coma bard on your suspender." Somebody thioks that the Sone of Temper ance should try and reform the niooey market, bcauM it ha such habit of gelling tight. DAIfK MOTE aVIST. PIVSltVANIA. The following lis shnwa lhe current value of all eonsylvsnls Bank Note. The most Implicit re liance may he placed upon K, aa it li every week sarefully compared with and corrected from Biik nail's Reporter. . . Dnnkn In Philadelphia. Nsne. Ucatiow. "V" Puitan. NOTES AT PAR. n m ... . nana of norm America- , rig. r i ... ... .. " Dim 01 mm forworn I .inertias , , par commercial nana ni renn a. , par Farmers and Mechanics' Bank . .par Kensington Bank . , .par Philadelphia Bank . . t p Schuylkill Bank . . oar oouinwara Dana . nat r . mem nana , pa, Mechaiiica' Bank . par w r . , . . . a a "if numrcurvra ot niecnantca Dana par nana ot rerm i ownsntp" , , par inraru nana . , pa t. I. n . . ma . nana 01 ommerce, mte .vtoyamrnsing" par nana 01 rennayivatna' . . par Country Bank. Bank of Cheater Cnnnty Westchester par Bank of Delaware t'onnty Cheater par Bank of Oermantown Oermantown par Bank of Montgomery Co. Norristown par Doyleatown Bank Dnyleotowo par Eaalon Bank Easton par Farmers' Bank of Buck rn. Bristol par Bank of Northumberland Northumberland par Columbia Bank A Bridge cn.Columbia par Farmers' Bank of l-anraater Lancsstei par LancaMer County Bank Lancaster - par Lancaater Bank Lancaater pai Farmers' Bank of Reading Beading par Office of Bank of Perm's. Harrisburg Thaae Office do do Lancaater I offices Office do do " Reading fdo not Office do do Baatnn J isaue n. NOTES AT DISCOUNT. ftenkoflheUniied8ta.ee Philadelphia S3 Miners' Bank of Pottaville Potisville j Bank of I.ewiatown Iwiatown Bank nf Middtotown MiiUlletown al Carliale Bank Carliale Exchange Bank Pittsburg Do do branch of Hullidavehurg j) Harriaburg Bank Harriaburg j Lebanon Bank I.ehanon j Merchania' At Manuf. Bank Pittsburg Bank of Pittahurg Pittabuig j Weal Branch Bnk Willismepnrt 1 Wyoming Bank Wilkesrmrre li North am (j tun Bank Allentown Berks County Dunk Reading Office of Bank of II. 8. Pittahurg failed Do do do Erie do Do do do New Brighton du Bank of Chsmbersliurg Chambcrehurg Bank of Gettysburg (Jetty aburg j Bank of 8uequehanna Co. Monlroae Erie Bank Erie lgelj Farmera' & Drovers' Bank Wsynesburg a$ Franklin Bank Washing-ton Honeadale Bsnk Honeadale I Monongahela Bank of B. Brownsville l York Bank York at N. B. The notes of those bsnka on which we omit quotationa, and auhatitute a daah ( ) are not purchased by the Philadelphia brokers, with the exception of those which hate a letter of reference. BROKEN BANKS. Philadelphia 8a. Ins. Philadelphia failed Philadelphia Loan Co. do failed Schuylkill Ssv.Ins.' do failed Kensington 8a v. In a. A do - Penn Townahip 8a. Ins. do Manual Labor Bank (T. W Droit, prop.) failed Tewsnda Bank Towanda AKeghany Bank of Pa. Bedford no aale Bank of Beavrr Beaver closed Bank of Swatara Harrinburg closed Bank of Washington WaahiDgton failed i Centre Bank Bellfforite closed City Bank Pitlabuig no aale Farmera 4t Mech'ca' Bank Pittahurg failed Farmers' Ac Mecb'ea' Bank Fayette co. failed Farmers' A. Mech'ca' Bank lireencaaile failed Harmony Inatilute Harmeuy no aale Huntingdon Bank Huntingdon ive aale Juniata Bank Lewiatown no aale Lumberman's Bank Warren failed Northern Bank of Pa. Dundaff no sale New Hope Del. BriJge Co. New Hope closed Nortbumu'd Union CoL Bk. Milton no aale North Weetern Bank of Pa. Mead.ilU cloeed Office of Schuylkill Bank Port Carbon Pa. Aar. t Manuf. Bank Carliale failed 8ilver Lake Bank Munlrnea closed Union Bank of Peon's. Uninniown failed Weatmoreland Bank - Greensburg closed Wilkeabarr Bridge Co, Wilkeshsrre nossle Qp All notes purporting to be on any PeunayU vania nana ooa given in uia anova uat, may He set lows aa frauds. NEW JERSEY. Bank of New Biunewick Brunawick failed Belvideie Bank Belvidere Burlington Co. Bank Medford par Commercial Bank. Penh Amboy ' Cumberland Bank Britlgetnn par Farmera' Bauk Mount Holly par Farmers' and Mechanic' Bk Rahway Farmera' and Mechanira Bk N. Bronewick failed Farmers' and Merchanta' Bk Middlelewn Pt Franklin Bank of N.J. ' ' Jersey City failed Hoboken Bkg At Giasing Co Hebuken ' failed Jersey City Bank Jersey City , failed Mechanics' Bank Patterson failed Manufacture' Bank Belleville tailed Morris County Bank Morrtstown Monmouth Bk of N.J. Freehold failed Mechanics' Bsnk Newark g Mechanics' and ManuC Bk Trenton per Morris Canal and Bkg Co Jeraey City Poet Note - nessle Newark Bkg 6t Us Co Newark t New Hope Del Bridge Co Lambertaville N. J. Menubac and Bkg Co Hoboken failed N J Proiecton St Lombard bk Jeraey Cily tailed Orange Bank Orange f Paieraon Bank . Pateiaoa failed Peoples' Beuk do i Princeum Bank . Princeton par 8aieoi Banking Co : Salem par Stale Bank Newark State Bank Elitabrihtewn i State Bank Caavlen , - par Stale Bank of Munis . Morriatown i Slate Bank 1'ienton failed Salem and Fbilsd Manuf Co Saleui failed Sussex Bank . - Newton Trenton Banking Co . Tree ton ,. , par Union Bsnk ..' Devar Washington Bankiog Co. Harkensack tailed DELAWARE. Bk of Wllm II Brandy wine Wilmington par Bank of Delaware Wilmington par Bank of Smyrna Smyrna par - Do branch Milford ' par Farmers' Bk of Stale of Del Dover par Do ' branch Wilmington par Do branch Georgetown par Do branch Neweeeile per Union Bank Wilmington par flO Under 6s 1 U On sll Lanka marked thus (") there sre eu ther counter fait or altered notes of ike various es sVaaaioariotia, iu cifsuiaiioo. du. stysnTSBius XjP aCk S3T -JCw C23 D3 THIS Medtctna la warttnted, on oath, not to contain a particle nf Calomel, Corrosive Sub limate, Arsenic, Chlorids tf Oold, or any delete roe minerals The principle upon which this Medicine acta, i by assisting and harmonUing with nature t it drives out all foul scrimnnious humors from the blood and body, and by assimilating with and strengthening the guatrie juice of the stomach, it sseWts digea'ion in short there is not a vein, arte ry, muscle or nervs in the human body, that is not strengtherteJ by the PANACEA, and it also pnaeees the remarkable property of removing mercury from the honea and Jointa. FOR ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN, Scurvy, 8cnrhuit A flections, Tumore, Scrofula or Kings' Evi , White 8welline. Erysipelas, Ulcers, Cancers. Running Soree, Scabs anJ Bilea. time end a determined peraeverancs in D , SWEET SERTS PANACEA, will eftct a cure. FOR 1NDIOESTION. Rpji-clion nf food, Nausea, Vomitings, Nervous sf tectinna, Piillini complaints, Heiit arhe. Paleni-aa, or Female Irregularitiea, Dr. SWEETSEIfS PA NACEA will aoon efTrct s cure ; but If obstinate, or attended with triping, flying pains, the dose should be increased, and the core will aoon be ef fected. !t not the patients frighten themaelvea wilh the idea that th"y ere too wenk'to take much medicine; bnl bear in mind that this mi'illy opera ting medxine put not wrakne.a into the frame, but tnmi certainly draws weakns out, leaves strength in its place, and by giving composed sleep st night, and sn appetite lo relish any fond, re-animsres the whols frsms wi h vigorous action, cleat ing the mind and improving the sight. SCROFULA AND GLANDULAR AFFEC TIONS. Scrofula is s'lid to tie heriditsry, the infant re ceiving from its parente the seeds of this dieeasi, which increeees with ita years, if neglected snd not auhmit'ed to frequent purification with Dr. SWEET8ER'S PANACEA. The glan.la are pla ral in the corner of the body, and out of the way of direct communicat ion their real use i a subject on which much difference of opinion prevails; it suffices us lo know that when in s diseased slate, they are capable of being funficd and cleansed by s long course of Dr. SWKETSER'S PANA CEA, which restores them to sound and pioper action. Scrofulous persona can never psv too much attention lo their blood, its purtficstion ahnu'd I their 6rt Ihoughl, fur after a long course of pr 'se verance, inry will ever cure heterlrtsry tlieeaae. In caaeaof JACSDWE. ASTHMA, LIVEN COMPLAINTS, 1WUOLOREVX HHEV MATISM OR RHEUMATIC GOVT, Dr. SWEKTSER'S PANACEA cannot be too high ly eitolted ', it searches nnt the very root of the disease, end y rrmning it from the Blood makes a eure certain and permanent. For diseaeee nf the Htadtkr and Kidney, Stric ture, Gravel. Stont, Pile, Fittula. Urinary Oft. itructumtand Extreme Cottiveneu Dr.8WEET SEK'S PANCEA ie the best remedy ever IneJ ; it removes all those scrimonious humors from the Blood wbirh give rise to the above dtsesses, snd by keeping the blood in a pure eonJition, insures heslth. For DROP8V, FALLING ovtbs BOWELS. Jmpuritie a the Mood, Mereurial Tamt. XVrnk nat of the Spine Flam of Blood tat he Head Gid- diiiem. Singing and Hutting Nolle in the Head and tart, lit. etw cc. I BCiKB rnstEA will gie certain relief ; in all severe and chronic cases, the patients cannot be too often reminded that Lit ger dotri and perteveranee HI effect a cure. In Chill and Fever. Rlliout Fever, Affection of Ike Rye and Earl, SjMtngy and Bleeding Gam Bronehiti ami recent Cough and Cold, Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA will be found perfectly sure snd certain in ita effects. GRAVEL AND URINARY COMPLAINTS. Those complaints are generally attended with the most fatal consequences, and are seldom or ne. ver cured by the present mode of treatment ; they usually aceoinpsny the patient t the grave, after euflering the most excruciating pain and torture. The cause of i bree complain'e are the same as sll others, ths dreaa ul the blood becomi s encrusted on the fin st narrow psasages, whence arise morbid aecietione snd stoppages of uiins. You will And ths most powerful d urelics of no ue,aa Ihey only increase the quantity of urine and do not purify snd atrengthen th part. Bv purifying the bod wilh Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA, you re move the cause of the dieeiee, consequently it csn not exist sny longer, after sufficient perseterance in its uae haa deprived the blood and body of all acrimonious bumora and incrustation. DISEASES or Tat LUNGS-CONSUMPTION. This ie a very prevalent snd fstal diea ; it re sults avoxly from neglected coughs, colds and bron ehiti, also from impmper treatment in many other cases, such ss measles, fevere, inflammations and small pox, and a hod of other badly treated diseaeee; where the cause, instead of having lasen thoroughly reinoveJ from the blood and body, have only been palliated or removed from one part lo break out in another. By divesting y our hoiliee ot all foul ho mors, through ihs medium of Dr. 8WEETSER'S PANACEA, the cure is at once rendered certain and permanent. R-collect, while there ia acriaao. nioua humora filiating in the ciicu'aiion, it is as spt lo settle on the lungs a any other part of the body ( this is the rtsaon th.t consumption ia so prevslent. BILES. SORES AND ULCERS, Which you see oh the exterior, come from and have their source in, the inunior, snd might just aa well have settled on your lunga, liver, or any other part; which we know ihey frequently ds and pro duce most violent inflammatory disorders, The humor which occasions these aoree is of a highly acrimonioos burning nature). , We know it front the pain it givea iu forming, snd afterwards its re. pldly ulcers'ing snd corroding the flesh snd akin of the part where it breaks euC Thia shows live neerostty-of frequently uiifyiog the blood wilh Dr. SWEETSEH'S PANACEA, and keeping sueh malignant humors in sul j-etion. Should you have a bile or ulcer, be thankful that nam re has taken trouble le warn you of lbs dsngei jaui life snd ho dy is in, for rt is a warning thai tbe blood is foul. Had ibis same scriinony st lre'ed the lungs instead of the surface nf your body for its seal, consump tion of the lunge nutt'd bsw been ibe'oooseewrace. Delay not then, lo puiify and cleanse with Dr. S war Use's Panacea. . . 8 PINE DISEASE. t Spinal affections, enlargement of the bones snd joints, white swslliogs, hip joint complaint, rup tuiss, falling of lbs bewele snd womti disease, will And a speedy out in Dr. SIVEETSEK S PA KACEA. Where the disease baa been of long standing, tbe time required lo make a cure will be longer but lb patient may real assured that a oV-ermined pereeveranr wdl effect it. BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA awn DISEASE OF THE WINDPIPE. These diseases proceed ftoaa the aertostly or corrupt humors of the blood, having settled itself on the Ibroal and lunga, and stopped them up, so Ihst Ihey csnnol drsw sufficient air in for respiration. Dr. 8WEETSER'S PANACEA will give imms diate relief, and to mks ths cure per fact and car tain, it shnald bs continued soms Urns sflat, to rree the system of sll bad htmors. - - " ' RHEUMATISM, RHEUMATIC GOUT AND MERCURIAL DISEASES Find a safe and speedy cure in Dr. SWEET SER'S PANACEA. It cures by sssrehing every blond veset snd artery, and driving out all impu rities and foul humora accumulated therein, which hi the cause of rh' umatism, gout and swellings of the joints. The deleterous affects of cslomel and other mineral poisons, readily yield to ita sovereign Influence ; indeed, when its vslisble properties be come fully known, tbe uae of sll miner I poison will be consigned to 'the tomb of all the Capulela,' and oniy oe inougni ot as a ny-gons cumom oi toe oar ker ages. Dr. 8weetser's Psntces is slso a sure cure for dyspepsia, piles, coariveneea, vertigo, head ache, pain in the breast and liver complaint. FEVER AND AGUE. Fever ia alwavs caused by a disorderly move men! of the blood, struggling to fiee itself of eome thing that encumbers it ; in fart, every kind offe ver is nothing more than a struggle between the blood and corrupt humors, ami as aoon a the cor rupt humors sre rxpel'ed, you hsve no more fever, When a patient wilh fever submits lo be bled, or hsve his blood poisoned with mercury, il weakens his frame to such a degree thst if ha survives the prnees, it slwsys leaves bim subject 1 1 distressing chills, when 9 times out of 10 hs resort, to sgue pills, powders, or tonic mitturpr, this ia going from bed to worse, as these vegetable pilla, powders, Ac, sre nothing but mercury and quinine in disgulae, which may for s time drive the disease ao Tar into the body ss not to be perceptible, but very soon it will bre ik out sgain with fearful violence To cure sgue and fever, the cause of ths disease moat be re moved nut nf the blood and body, which can be ef fectually done by using Dr. SWEETSER'S PA NACEA, which purifies, cleanses snd strengthens. It contains nothing that can possibly injure, snd its uae ia always a safeguard again! chills and fevers. PILES. In sit Cisva or Pitta, Dr. SWEETSER'S PANACEA will rflVct a very speedy cure. It re moves from (he blood, stomach and bowels, ell thoee foul acrid burning humors, which sre the csuse of Piles snd Costivenes, and by strengthen ing tbe digestive organs, improves svery part of the entne bodv. ' FI.ATULENCV AND WIND. Thev diseaeee 'S cau-ed by the stomach and bowels being choked up with viscid slimy mstter, ths sir whi h enters the m cannot e.espe until forced by some contraction nf tbe s.omach to expel it; herce the cause of pain. A few doses of Dr. SWEETSER'rl PANACEA will convince the sufleier Ihst relief is sltained. GREAT MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. Parents will find the PANACEA a valuable medicine for their children, keeping their bodies in a head by condition, thereby assisting their g owth; children or grown petsons, sfler tsking it. sre not liable to be attacked with an epidemic sa before, ss it always leaves the blood in a pure condition, and the ntire system in a strengthened aisle ; it drives nut a'l kinda of weaknesa from tbe bud and leaves II beshhy within. MARRIED LADIES Will find Dr. SWETSER'S PANACEA a medi cine purely adapted lo their use. Most ladies du ring the period of pregnancy sre afflicted with piles. Dr. Sweeiaer's Psuacea, by regulating the bowels, will entirely obsiaia this, snd its purifying proper lies on the blood and fluida, insures to ibem heal thy off-pring. No one who ia a mother ahould be without it, and those who are nursing will find it of giesl bent fit In the health of iheir infanta. For barrenness snd all disraees of the womb, it is without a rival in the entire histnty and catalogue of medicines; by its extraordinary strengthening power, it stimulatea and etrengthena the womb, a weskness of which is tbe csuse of fsilure lo bsve offspring. ' NERVOUS DISEA8ES. Under Ibia head may be ctaesed Pslpitstion pf the Heart, 1 ic Doloreaux or Faccacbe, Neuralgts. Indigestion, Toothache, Melancholy , Hysterics, snd in fact, every disease caused by the sharp, biting, acrimonious humors irritating the nerves the nerves receive the morbid impiession flora the sto mach, or rather from the blood through the agency of the stomach and dige live ergsna, and although other parts of tbe body ere apparently the seat of be disease, still it Is caused by the morbid impies sion conveyed from tbe blood by the nervea. lo lhat paiu A few doses of Dr. SWEETSER'S PA NACEA will soon assure tbe patient that be has the cure in bis poasession. , ERY8IPELAS, oa 8T. ANTHONV8 FIRE. Thia ia sn inflammatory dinoider, slwsys etiend ed with more or less pein. It proceeds from the fool, scrimonious humors lodged in ibe blond snd fluid, settling on the limbe and face, causing ex treme pain and fevers ; sll applirations on the sur face are worse than useless, as they only tend to throw the disease in eome other part, and perhaps cause death. Bleeding ia likewiee improper. To ruie the di-esse you mut get rid of the csuss ; on ly msnsge to get Ibe foul humors out of your blood, snd you will be well in a day. Dr. SWEET, 8ER8 PANACEA, a thorough purifier of the blood, will search out every impurity in the more remote psrts of the body and expel it through the medium of the bowels. There is not a vein, arte ry, mnscle. or organ of the entire framework of man, that Dr. Swertser's Panacea does not im prove. To take H when you are well is to keep well ; snd when sick to become well. DR. SWEETSER'S PANACEA, bei nt com posed only ot a vegetable matter, or medical aarbs, and wairanted, on oath, as containing not one par ticle of mercurial, mineral, or ehimieal substances, is found to be perfectly harmless lo ths most tender age, or the weakest frame, under any stage of hu man Buffeting; lias meal pleasant and benign in ita 0rstion that wee ever offered to the world; snd at the ssme lime Ih most eeriem in searching out the root ef any complaint, however deep, and ef performing a ere. Pnce tl r bottle, or six hoMlea for S. ' For aale, wholesale and ' retail, at the corner of CHARLES and PRATT Streets. Baltimore, and also by . GEORGE BRIGHT. No. 6, 1847. if ' ' Hunbory. Xttouxnf imoif 05 North 2d U bet. Arch & Race sts., Philadelphia. lTyRAUY PARKER respectfully inform their Jtp friends and the public lhat they have taken the above named house, recently kepi by J. 8. Adama, and are prepared to accommodate custo mers in the most sstisfactory manner and at rea sonable prices. Their table will be sopplied with the beat vsrl sty 'he market affords their parlors and sleeping spirtmenls will be in Ibe beet order. The bouse haa been thoroughly repaired and furnished with a view lo the comfort of traveltsra and arrangers. Having bad eeeial yeara experience in the business, they bop to give general satisfaction, and respectfully invite travel lera snd strsngers to givs tbsm a esIL BRADV 4 PARKER. Philadelphia, January 16, IS4T if LOIR. EaOB HiOD"arG53 YcgctMble Universal Pills, The only known Mcd'cint that at the mm time purge purfie and itrtngthtn the tytern. Losdos, July 7, 1146. . DR. LE ROY'S Pills are a new medicine which has just appeared, and ie fast tsking the pieces nf sll others nf the same claaa. These pill are composed of many ingredients, hut the two principal nee are Saraaparilla and Wild Cher ry, so united lhat they act together the one, through lis admixture wilh other aobstapces, pn rifying and purging, while the other is strengthen ing ihe system. Thus those pills are at the ssme lima tonic and opening; a desideratum long and eagerly (ought for by medical men, but never be fore discovered. ' In ether words ibey do the work of two medicine, and do it much better than anv two wa know of; for Ihey remove nothing from the system but the Impurities ; so that while ihey purge they strengthen; and hence they eanse no debilitation, and are followed by no re-srtion. Dr. Le Roy's pills have a wonderful influence on the blood; Ihey not only purify without weakening it, but they remove all teij(lua particles from the chyle before il ia converted into fluid, snd thus make im pure blood an ulter impoe-ibiliiy. As there is no debilitation, so Iheie is no nauses or sickness at tending the operaliona of this moet excellent of roe. dieinea, which never strains or tortures Ihe diges tive functions, but esu-es them to work in a per fectly natural manner ; and hence peiaona taking them do not become pale end emaciated, but the contrary ; for while it ia the property of the Saraa parilla, united as it is with other ingredients, to remove sit that is foreign snd Impure, it Is equslly the property of Ihe Wild Cherry lo retain all lhat ia natural and aound; and hence a robust state of health ia the certain result of Iheir united opera lions. fXj- Price ft cents per BOX. Agents for Le Roy's Pills, J. W. FRII.TNC, 3 . JOHN Youa J8ttnburT- M. A. McCAY, Norihumherl'd. August xtsi, 1847. ly PHILADELPHIA Watches, Jcwellry and li ver Ware, Guaranteed better fir the price than at any other Store in Philadelphia, may be hud, , Whole tale and Retail, at (lAte NICHOLAS LePlU'11 AY'S) No. 72 North 2d street, nbove Arch, PHIL ADBIiVRIA, A'l'CHES, sll kind', fsir, low snd medium qualities, among which are. Gold Levers, full jewell'd, 40 to f 1 00 M Leplnes, do 35 to 40 Silver levers, do 20 lo 30 lupines, do 12 to 18 Quartiers, fine, 9 to 10 Quartiers, imitation, 5 Jiwsilsv. Diamonds, Gold Chains, Gold Pens with Gold and 8ilver holders. Pencils Breast Pine, Finger snd Esr Rings, Bracelets, Carfieoa of ahell, coral and lava, wilh every other article of Jewellry of the richest and most faahionable pat terns. SiLvaa Waax Plsiea, Forks, Spoons, Cups, &C of Standard Silver. ' Platv.0 Waas. Castors, Cske Baskets. Fens, Vases, Csrd Cssea, and other Rich Fsncy Goods in great variety. j ' Wholesale Buyers will save money by railing here before purchasing. . QJ" Keep this adverti-rroent, and csll at No. 73 You will be satisfied ihs Goods are really cheaper and better than are offered in the cily. - For aale, low, a handsome pair of Show Cases, euilsble for a Jewellry or Fancy store. Apply aa above. . 8ept2&lh. 1847 ly ; DICKSON & CO. No. 60 Market Street, five doors below - . Third, South side, . PBILADBLrHIA, Importer Av Whelentale Dealers In WATCHES. Watch Glasses and Mstensls. Jewelry of sll dercriptions, qualities and styles, composing all the articles connected with the Trsde, Clocks. Dixeon r Son's Briianni t, German Silver and Silver-Plated Waree. Sheffield and Birmingham Plated Fancy Articles. Rodgera St Son's anal WiU nholm's Cutlery, Ra xors. Scissors, Erasers, Desk Knives, Ac. Iory Handled Table Cutlery, of the finrat, medium and common qualities. A large assortment of Gold Pans. Pertfocsl Spectsclrs. . Papier Msche and Jpanned Trays, various shspea and qualities, at reduced ratea. Gold Watch Caere, Diala and 8ilver-Ware, of all descriptions, manufactured to order. - DICKSON & CO., having recently removed into the large and com mod urn a warehouse formerly occupied by Messrs. R. AsnncasT St Soaa, six! more recently by Aeaaoasr 4 RsauaaToa, beg leave lo inform Watch Dealers, Country Merchania and otbera, that they design having at all timea a large assortment of Goods, of their own importa tion, which they are determined to sell at the lowest rstes. Every attention will be paid to tbe Packing of Goods, and in ihe execution of Orders, Ibe quali tiee and prices will be fully guarantied agsinst all competition. Philadelphia, June 19tb, 1847 ly First Premium Writing Ink. No. 87 North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA. FROM Dr. Hare, the celebrated Professor of Chemistry in Ihe University of Penn's. "Philadelphia. Oct. 11, 1843. ' "Dear SirHaving liied your Ink, I will thank you to send me another bottle, as I find il to be excellent.' I em yours, truly, ' t '. ' . , Robt. H.aa." From Dr. Locke, of Cincinnati, distinguished for his numerous srienti6c researches. Medical College of Ohio, Cincinnati, " w ' ! Jauuers 17, 1844.- Hving need Mr. Hover's Writiag Ink, I am satisfied thel it is the bt which has ever come lo my knowledge, end especially il kexerlleni lot Ihe use of Steel Pen, and kku not corroa them, even in long use. :; ' - ,- . . i . ' Jean Locks, Pref. of Chemistry. HOVER'S ADAMANTINE CEMENT. Froau a well known scientific gentlemen. "Philadelphia, Feb. 27, l4. Mr. Joseph E. Hover Sir I A uae of your Ce ment, and ansae practical test ef ita eupeiiorily, bsa induced ana le recoanwend R lo others as aa invaluable article for mending China, Glass, or Oabinei Ware. ' - Canteen Meant, , . ! -a. t Analytic Chemist. For sale at the Manufactory, Wholesale and Re tail, No, 87 Noam Tare a Sraaar,' oppoaile Cherry street, Philadelphia, by v JOSEPH E. HOVER, -May 21, 1147. jlO ly Manufacturer. TO POTTnVllLE AND PHILADELPHIA. IQERSONS travelling .this touts are hereby jT informed that tbey csn procure 'through rickets,' by making application at Iba Hotel of Chailes Weever, Punbury.' A. E. KAPP NorthuaibsrUnd, Jul; lUt, 1117. tf The Grand Piirgativi roB tiib curb or Headache, Giddiness, Measles, Salt Rheum,. Rheumatism, Piles, Heart Burn. Worms, Dyapepda, Scuivy, ' Cholera Morbus, Small Pox, Jsundiee, Cougha, Qoineyr Psinsin the Bark, Whooping Coughs Inward Weakness, ( 'onaurnpiion. Fits, Palpitation of the Heart, hh'-t Complaint, Rising in the Thtoar, Erieie.,le, Deafness, Dropsy, Asthma? Itching cf the Skin, Fevere of all kinds. Colds, Gout, flrevel. Female Complaints, v Nervous Complaints, iD a vaatr-r or oraia maitAars aa.i raeai inri'BiTKa nr tsi aioon, itts oar STSucvioas ia tea oaeass or or SMTtO. Kiperlenre has proved thst nearly every D esse originates from Impurities of the Blood or d rangemonls nf the Digestive Orgens ; snd lo seen Health, we must remove thoee obstructions or I store the Blood to ita natural stste. .The sversinn lo tat ing medicine is moat effl tually removed by t'Ltraasa'a V so me is Pr eiTiva Pitts, being; completely enveloped toil h coating of pure white Sugar, (which is ss disli from the internsl ingredients ss a nut shell fr the kernel) tstt ntva ao Tis-rx or urninva, But ate aa eaaily swsllnwel as bits of csn Moreoser they neither nautente or gripe in slightest degree, but operete equally on ell ihe i eased parts of the system, instead nf eonfin themselves In, snd rsrking any psrticul ir regi Thus, if tl.e Liver be affected, one ingredient operste on that psrlicular nrgin, and, by cleans it of an Excess of Bile restore it lo its nstt stste. Another will operate on Ihe Blond, i remove all Impuiilie in its circul ation ; whit third will effectually si pel whstever impuri may have been discharged into the etomaeh, t henca thev sraice T tbs moot or nisaasx, move all Impure Humors from the body ; o the pores externally and internally sepirste fore go and obi oxious particles from Ihe chyle Ihst the blood may be thoroughly pure thus et ring a fiee and healthy action lo the Heart, Lu and Livei; and thereby they acrrnaa naatT The entire truth of Ihe above cen be aeeerte by the trial of a single box ; end Iheir virtues so positive snd certain in restoring Heslth, Ihe propiielor binds himself to return the tti' paid for them in all eases where Ihey do nol universal satis' action. net nil Price, 33 eta. per Bo Principal office No. 66 Veev St., N. Sold by JOHN YOUNG. Sunbury, M. A. McCAY, Nribural fXj- Remember Dr.C. V Clirkener ie tr senior of ihe Sugar Coated Pills, and thnt no of the eotrt was ever heard of until he intrrx them in June, 1 843. Purchasers ahould, ther slwsys ssk for Clickener's Sugar Coated Pilli lake no others, or tbey wilt be made the vicli a fraud. Sept. 18th, 1847. ly e SOMETHING NEW T HE Subscribers have the exclusive rig vending J. M. THATCHER'S Hot Riant Hoi Air Cook 1 1 29 in the coiintiea of Notlhumkerland, Cnlumh Schuylkill; and from Ihe encouragement mi already, thry expect lo do a large business, stove ie constructed on an entiiely new pri snd on the only principle that en make good wood and coal stove, .. The inventor hi come sll ihe difficulties thai so frequently b other stoves. He hss hy his arrsngpmen attuctej a broiling fXOa en 111 IVont, in broiling, rnaating, frying or baking may b and all the smell thst arises ihsrefiom mt into the combustible chamber, snd is no thrown out into Ihs room rj Besides thi is sn oven only two inches less thsn the wh nf the stove, wherein baking or roasting done es well ss il csn he in the common hrii . Thia oven is always fit for tl-e whan Ihe healed, as tbe whole draught of hot air pi round it constantly. Public attention is particularly called store. It csn be eeen at our Store snd Tit lishment in North Danville, st the sign of lurabis Tin shop, and at the Foundry of R St Clement in Sunbury, where ita particuli tiee will be fully shown and exp'ained lo an wishing lo examine it. . - The subscribers continue to bsve on I kinds of parloi stoves, such as rsdistors, cy fancy and plain, suitable for all who may with a call; also common sheet snd Rus which csn be made in any desirable ahap ther with a general assortment of tin snd j ware, wholesale and retail Country m era invited lo call and examine oar eincl work cannot be surpsssed, and pi ices mod. , N.B. We can safely recommen J the ab tioned stovs lo persons who wish lo emb good business. The pstenlee will sell eilh ty or stste rights, to suit purchssers, sik son able terms. He or his sgents msv be DsnviUe, Ps. J. tVJ. AH The undereigned, having seen in open hot btaat hoi air cooking stove, invented tented by J. M. Tbsiehsr, certify ihst w, from Ihe manner of its construct i"0 and e lhat it ia the best one ever offered lo the put arrangement Is so complete snd Iheeonstr judicious, lhat there is a saving of one hal and time, in doing any given amount of over other celebrated stoves. In short w nient il in preference to all others, for tl reason Ihst it embraces every branch of c Samuel Garrett, John W Garrett, Dav field, W F Kit eh. n. John M Gray, E Tl Smith Thompeon, J D Habn, John Hake, sh Bear, Elias F Cooper, Geo M Richai Hoffinan, Hsnry H Rissel, F H Caive. Dreishach, Joseph Vankiik, Brooks EpUr Dsnville, March 8, 1847. ly CrB Hottsstl's nnftiro SHAVING CRE. Small quantities given without ( At 114 Chtnut Stn PH1LADELF THIS new and splendid article, as ita notes, is professed to be superior to ving Cream in the United Steles nr Eur unsurpassed for beauty, purity and fagn somewhat analsgous te Gwerlsin's Cream and other similar compounds, Il paaeee them ell by the emollient pesty eu of its Isther, which so softens the beard as shaving pleasant and easy. Il further the advantage over the imported article, freshly prepated, no skill being wanting ii ufscture, E. Rotwsel having had many perienee in Ibe celebrated Laboratory ol Pete el File, now Rsnaud A co., of Peru Besides being 'the beat, il ie tha cheapi for shaving rt is elegsntly put up In bo splendid steel sn graved labels. Price 3 par dosen, or 37) cents for a lb shave Ou a year. It ie also sold at ft or It) eenia per oa., so thai gentlemen ibsir boxes filled at EUGCNE BOlf Wholesale and Rated Perfumery and ,MU ter Establishment, 1 14 Cbesnul Sireet Dec. 19, 1848.-, FHILADti