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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 March 1841

TERMS OF THE "AMERICAN." HENRY B. MA8SER, JOSEPH EI3ELY. PcniltKtlH ABO PnormttTom, It. It. JUJISSEH, Editor. , T orrict in xirket stnttT, mar tun. THE AMERICAN" in published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till i it arrearafcra are paid. lo subscriptions received for a leaa period than six xoxtr. All communications or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, nuet be POST PAID. From the If. Y. Zion'i Watchman. M O II Jl O I S M . Mormon Una Exposed and Refuted. Messrs. Piercy and Heed, No. 7 The .tre Alley, have just issued from the ress on 18 mo. volume of about 54 pa es, with this title. It is for sale at the ook stores, and may be had at this Ifice, at S8 per hundred, and twelve nd a half cents single. This book comprizes the articles hich have appeared in the Watchman i this subject within a few weeks past, mong other testimonies to the necces y of something of this kind, wc give e followi...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 March 1841

PLontm, " ' ' A let'et from Florida under data of 27th ult, ssy A gitntlptniin direct from Tampa says, that Gen. Armigiead has 339 of tho enemy ready for emigra tion, ami that their embarkation will not pe delsy cd beyond the first proximo. These Indiana have 'Tn induced to come in by the Atkmssa J. l.-g itiort, mid having agreed upon terms, the General is dc terotiirej lo prevent the oscilatim of til- it leg hail inclinations, by aligning them to the care of a to ti, inner and outer picket guards a distinction rhcir former good conduct riclily entiilea thrin to. An white person, unless a commissioned officer, i permitted to visit them, and after retreat tins priv ilege is denied to all. But two aa yet have evin ced a desire to escape, the first was wounded in thet ntti mpt liy the sentinel on Joty, and finally killed by a drsgnon. Tho second was run through with n bayonet, from the effects of which he died. This u miliary punishment has doubtless deterred others from tho uttempt to...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 March 1841

Altered Notes. The Dorks and Schuylkill Journal notices (hat a Considerable lot of this description of paper has been recently put in circulation in thnt borough namely $5 notes of the Commercial Bonk of Millington, MJ. (a broken institution) altered so as lo read Com mercial Dank of Pennsylvania. One of the notes shown us, was dated Oct. 10, 1839, signed O. Wharton, Cash'r. Hpackman, Pres't. No. 72, Letters C. C. The word Millington has been ex tracted, and Pennsylvania inse.teJ in the same let ter. The word Philadelphia is also insorled in an other part cf the note. The alterations may, upon examination, be easily detected, by the blotted ap pearance of the words inserted. The vignette of the note represents a harvest field in front, mill on the right hand, and a dwelling house a-.d barn on the left, in the back ground. Our Navy. The number of Post Captains in the Navy is 55 the oldest in rank being James Baron The num per of Master Commandant is also 55 ; of lieuten ants S90; of ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 20 March 1841

IMPORTANT PROOFS. Of the eftcaey of Dr. Hitrtich't Cekbratml Medi ' tintif. ' I The following certificate km cnt by Mr. K. D. --tiinmari, ngent at Cincinnati, Ohi.i. There can be no mistake in it, as the parties are "ill known, Mr. Errkiel Re, don, of Anderson tnwn.-hip, Hamilton county, Ohio, was sevcial day troubled w jih hill. iu affections, acidity of the stomach, at tended with the usual symptoms of dyspepsia, and ti iving mndo dial of variou medicine without finding relief, was cured by the above medicines. Attest, U.RIODON. 4'ineinnsli. June30lh, 1840. YET LATER. Mr. Vance, of Wasliing'nn rounty, write as follow Dear Sir Dr. Hiulii li'a il arp pcrfoiming some of the most wondeiful ruros in ttvg vicinity rver heard of. They were i'ltroilucd here about six month ago, hy one of my neighbors, who nought halfdnzcn package fum the Pi'.tahting office. I om aware of four case in lhi pl.ire whero eomptete cure have been per foimcd, one of severe rheumatism, two of dyspepsia, h"d one o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 March 1841

BTOBTOY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: PnitM OF ADTERT1S1SO. t squs.ro I insertion, $ f) AO 1 da 2 do . o 7 1 do 3 (S i - I 00 Everyfubscquentinsertir.il, 0 8ft Yearly. Advertisement, (with Iho prvilcge. nt alteration) one column $25 half colomn, 19, three sqnnrea, f 13 J two squares, f 9 ; one squire, $. Without the privilege of alteration liberal discount will be made. Advertisements left without directions nt lo ihe lenqth of lime the are to be puli Mifd, will be continued until ordered out, and charged accord ingly. CtJfSixtecn lines mako square HENRY D. MASSElt,? Pcbushiis asb JOSETH EISELY. 5 Paor-miToas. . II. Jtl.tSSER, Editor, orrici is maukkt btrkbt, uh pf.ih.J THE " AMERICAN" is published tier Satur ay at TWO DOLLARS por annum l bo aid nnit yoorly in advance. ISO paper iliscontin sd till all arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received for a leaf perioj than x mouths, All communication or Idlers on isiness relating to the office, to insure attention, UBtl) TOST PAID. 'A...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 March 1841

From the lialtimcrt Amtriean. ' ARRIVAL OF TUB CALIDOXI. Twenty -two Dajs Later from JCuropo. The new, , fgf a it goon, U pacific There I itaiiil,ofhing that would see m at all to threa ten tfcefrresent amicable lelaliona of (h European Vower. tniho House of Common, on Monday, LaeJ PaJmorston said that haaw nothing which, 4a iiia apprehension, wa likely to lead to the dis turbance of pacific relationi between France anil England. ' The t.iverpool Mail bluster and talk of War, .hat i emitted to -no attention. It i -particularly vindictive against (hie country, tttayst "the re. enue i declining the expenditure is Increasing -we are at war in China, and we aholl be at war with the United State in the course of ait week, end mort probably with France also. 1orJ Jow RoMXit haa llicrcfoTO quite enough to do, and we wvih him a aafe deliverance. V be could manage to etir up a good rebellion in Ireland, h would tend very jsuoh to the tranquility of that country; for, when we are at war, wo c...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 March 1841

Mr. SpaaksnasVa HnU Dill. The Harritburg Intelligencer, gives the following synopsis of the bill reported to the Senate by Mr. Spackman, from the rommitle on Dinks. Sic. 1. All provision for the forfeiture of char ters, In casei of suspension, repealed. 2. Laws prohibiting the issue of small note, repealed for five years. 3. rrohibila oil loins, to caahicrs, clerks, tellers r other persons, in the employment of the Banks cnpeclivcly. 4. All directors, officers, Ac. to be sworn before m alderman, or justice of the peaco, beforo enter ig upon their duties. 6. Dividends allowed duiing suspension. 0. Quarterly statements of the condition of the a riles, required to be made under oath. 7. Penalties required against officers who neg ct their duly. 8. False entries, issues, etc. to be punished by no and imprisonment. A Wahsiho I Uriah Glcason left Buffalo on c Cth inst., partially intoxicated, to go to his home, out fivo miles up the Lake, and on Sunday morn- was found dead a short distanc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 March 1841

IMl'ORTANT TROOFS. Of Hit tjfitacy of Dr. Itartich't CtkhratiJ Medi tines. 7 .Tne f"llown certiGcite waanent by Mr. E. B. Ilinman, agent at Cincinnati!, Ohio. Therocan le no m.sisito inn, as the nattica aw well known, Mt. F.ackiel Rifrdon, of Anderson township, Jlatnilton county, Ohio, waseevernl day troubled "wiin mil. ua etlcctions, acidity 01 me siomatn, at 'Undeil willi the usual symptoms of ilvspei sis, and having made trial of varimia medicine without 'finding relief, was curcJ by the above medicine. Attest, E. RIG DON. Cincinnati. June 30ih, 1840. YET LATER. Mr. Vance, cf Washino.'on county, writes at follows Dcor Sir Dr. ILiihch's I'll are perfoiming some of the most wonderful cuica in tna ticinitv ever heard of. TIil-v were 'introduced here about nix monlii ego, by one of Tny netgimora, who bought a halfdicrn pucknges irom tnc i'liisimng ollice. I om aware or four cmca in thii place where complete cures have been per formed, one of aevero rheumatism, two of dyspepsia, -ft'J...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 April 1841

TEIOIS OP THE " AftJCniCAV' HEXRY B.MASSER, Priismfb . JOSErn EISELY. $ PHorrto, . It, .W.JAt', Editor, 0TTK IS SUHKIT BTMET, A HEM. THE AMERICAN" is published cvery,8atur sy at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be mid half .yearly in advance. No paper discontin icJ till alu arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a loss period thin ix hoTHS. All communications or letter on usinegs relating to the office, to insure attention, ut be POST PAID. for Tar. AMKMCAX. Extracts of Readings Fravcis II. of France, a prince as nbecife and insignificant in body as 1 mind, possessed the most beautiful rinccss of the age, as his consort lary of Scotland. Fortune delights . assemble incongruities nature, in jr combinations, is always systematic, hat which is unnatural is disgusting, id that which is disgusting, when its Kluuance is compulsive, progressively duces an obliquity of mind in the un rtunalc subject who suffers it. To is union may be attributed, with pro ibility, all the moral delinquenc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 April 1841

4 Frnm the Anti Slavery Reporter. Hi w T'- Latter to Mr. 'Adasais. The teacher ef tfie AMcane tea furnished wsitB copy of letter that Ka-Je lb African boy addressed toth Hon. J- 5. Adams, after hie eialt - 'to the Atoaiarnnhie way'to'Waehrngton, ".nd in view of hit Imung been engaged aa one of Uiclr -couftsel : titw Harcx, Jan. 4. 1841. -Deer friend Mr. Atlams, I went to-writ tetter to you because you lore Mendi people and yon talk to the grand court, we avant to tell you one thing '-lor 'Ruix any we ilwwn in Havana, he tell lie. We atay in Havana 10 day and 10 nighta, we atay no more. We all '.born in Mendi we no uitderetand the Spaniali Ian- nuag1. Mendi people been in America 17 moons. We talk America language 'little, not very good; wo write every day ; we 'write plenty -tetters; we 'read most all time ; we 'read all Matthew, and Mark and Luke, and John, and plenty f little books. We love books very much. We want .you ask the court what we have done wrong. What for Americans kee...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 April 1841

1 aM On lh Sfttb tilt., bv th Qc. IL A. Fi.K Vf. Isaac Baob- to Mia Babbabi, Hilikk, of Aw c:ed, On th I3lh ttlL, al hii residence in Bethel town- hip, Berki county, DANIEL LEBO, Sen , aged 74 year, 3 months and V daye. Mr. Lebo was for roerly SheruTof this county, and during a long life hai always auitained an irreproachable character for honesty and Integrity. On Saturday laat, in August township, JAMES HOE Y, aged about SO years. PRICE CURRENT. Cameled weekly by Henry Yoxtheimer. Wbbat, ! . 80 Bri, .... i 60 Co a a, 40 Oats. 25 roac, ...... 6 FlAXStIO, . . . too DCTTIR, ..... 1JJ BlKSWAI, . 25 Tallow, ..... 12 Dm id Arm, 75 Do, Psicbes, ... 200 Flax, II ict lid Flax )o Eoos, - ' . -8 IMPORTANT PROOFS. fthe efficacy tf Dr. Harlich'i Celebrated Medi einet. The following certificate was sent by Mr. E. B. inman, agent at Cincinnatti, Ohio. There can be mistake in it, as the parties are well known. Mr. Ezrkiel Rigdon, of Anderson township, imilton county, Ohio, was sevcial days troubl...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 3 April 1841

IMPORTANT r ROOFS. ' ;; fttt tjiwy of Dr. llarlich't Cckbralmi Midi' cincs. .. , The following certificate was sent hy Mr- E Ilinmiin, nr-cnt el Cincinnati!, (Wiio. Thciecan ha no mbitakc in it, as tho paitios nre tvclfanown. Tr. r.ziWel Rigdon, or Anderson township, Hamilton county, "Ohio, wsstcveinl day trniiblc.l vi'!i lil!,ui affections, acidity oflhe stomach, nt tcn.'el with the iipiiiI symptoms of i1y c sin, pud living timiM trial of various me.'ioiun willlout finding re-iief, was cured hy the above inr.l'ejn'cs. " Mint, l'.RI'JEON. ,.. Cincinnati, JnnnnOili, 13(0. YKT LATER. Mr. Yamc, e'.f W.i-long'nn county, writes as follow Pear Mi Dr. Itatlrcli'a Jill i arc performing wmo cf tiie-most wonderful cc-os in .!,;s viriui'y cvei licnr'd' of. --Titey wtic lruioduoed hern ahml six month Rgo.M.y oiu- ut " feiu'-hors, who bought a hiilf dozen Vmcliajca Irom tho Ptttsbung e.'lice. I om aware of J.mr i'i thin place where eompltto cures have been p.cr firmed, utic of severe rheumatism,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 April 1841

rnicns or ApyKnTisi. 1 square 1 Insertion, , $0 60 1 Jo 8 . r 0 75 I do 3 dj 1 00 Every subsequent insertion, 0 Sfl Yearly Advertisements, (with lie prrvitrge ol .Iteration) one column t hair column, fis, hree squares, (12 two square, f 9 j one .cruste, t.r. Without the privilege of alteration liberal liscnunt will be mnde. Advertisements left without directions as to the snqth of time the are lo be published, will be ontinuea until ordered out, and charged accord' ngly. ffSixteea lines make square. STOJBIIKY AMERICAN. AND SHAMOKIN JOURNAL: "'."T" inkCi!i!!!' L0!"" .n"'J0,i'y "' " ' rri"CiP'e f R"pub'ic'' f,om Wh'cl lhorels no "PPral Lut viurPrinriro and Immediate parent of dc.p,,.im.-jrSo,. Hy Manner & Elscly. SunlMirj, Kortliumbcrland Co. la. Saliinlay, .iirli lo, IS 11. Tol. I o. XXIX. Anecdote of the Revolution. Almost every one is acquainted with ie circumstances of the taking of Gen. rescott, the then commanding officer ' the British forces on llhodc Island, r Captain Bart...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 April 1841

THE AMERICAN. mW Reporter. s. TUB BRITISH I(IXS3I. - AND HIGHLY IMPORTANT FROM, ENGLAND. H.AT ExcrTXMlWT til .LATIr TO TH Mc I.mb Arrant Natai, wMiiiti 1'kkp trATIOK AOAIK.T llll UIT 8tTF.. We are In-Vbted to Ih.TVew Yotk Sun and the "NewTofk'neraU Tor cztrai containing late and higkly Important new from Europe, received by the UittTrsn Qcttir. She arrived at New York t 3 A. M.on Sunday morning, having experienced siough and disagreeable passage, and on the SOlhJ -till, having then leen out 20 days, found herself obli jred to put Into Halifax for fuel. She I'd Halifax onl tbe 1st, and made to New York In three day. The people of England appear to have been panic) a'ruck at the intelligence which reached that coun try by the packets George Washington, "UnitediS Gj We 'have 'been informed'by Mr. Waford thr Saturday, April 10, !64-l. Democratic Candidate Tor Governor, Gen. DAVID R. PORTER. M fXjT Uur acknowledgements are due to E. E Law, Etqr., and o heia for legislative document. ntai...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 April 1841

yisstw PRICE CURRENT. Corrteted weekly by Henry Yoxtheimer. AVhkat, . 80 Br, 60 Co, 40 Ut, 25 Fork, ...... 6 FiaXsmd, . 100 Upttkk, 4 m . . 12 Hkksway, - . 25 Taiiow, ...... 12 Dntun Am., . 75 Do. Pnaiiis, . - - .800 Flax, 8 Hscklid Flax, 10 Eons, .... 8 MORIS COSCLU&1VE PROOFS, Of tlit efficacy of Dr. ffnrlicK't celebrated Mcdi tine. Dkiii Sin: I was afflicted with bilious and nrrviouj disease to very alarming degree, will) nil the symptomn which so frequently cfl'octs a re laxed condition, viz! giddiness in (he head, violent tremors, chilliness, with a fixed pain in the right nide, complexion had, and costivencasi; indeed I was In ii most miserable condition. 1 had tried mnntt . 1 - 1. . l,lln.l nn Hnnmninl r 1 1 f nn lllllllj 1 1 INVUIl.S, irui I'lUNII rl ' i. ,.1 ' C f U I hnJ purchased Dr. Hariirh't enmponridft)'eoTZe i....-L . .. ,eblamer ft "rpin their superior virtues, I wac completely emeu.! .nil am ante to pursue my employment, free from win ami msease. (signed) JOHN H...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 10 April 1841

DYSPEPSIA ! DYSPEPSIA ! Tint tri.ut ltsomo an.I perct-dcsiroyine; disease. I housatic's and tf r cf thousand coffer from ; ti common tlrslrt'ssing Complaint. Disprptiat IVr'ucmlv caused by overloading or distending iho etou-aeh h excetsive rating or drinking indijos: ihlo anj nid sulwitancoa taken into Iho stomach, or Tfi m 1)P9 continued constipation of the bowls, a co.lert.ry life, fear, (frief, anxiety, copious draft olcold walor, trattic purgntire medicines, dysen tery, miscarriages, intermittent anj spusinodu! at". T cliots of the stomach and bowli, irnpulur meals, -late hour, end too fiequent use of spirituous liquor. -T lie-symptom of dlsprpsia may be described ns want of appetite, or on unnatural or voracious me, nausea anj sometimes bilious vomiting, sud Ji n nnJ transient distensions of the stomach nfer eating, no id and putresent eructations, wntcr brash, .iin in the region of the atomach, rostiventss, nl pil.ticn of the hetrt, dizziness and dimness of tho eigh', dtslutbc...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 April 1841

T13R9I9 'F TUB " AttEKlCAIV HENRY D. MAS8ER,? PTumitiit in JOSEPH E1SELY $ Poi.iTo.t. torrid YSr market stiimt, sa itu. THE-AMERICAN" la published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum lo l paid half yearly in advance. No paper diecontin tied till ah arrearages are paid. . etieriptioni rcreired far a less period thin ai mouths. AJI communications or letters on business relating to the office, lo insure attention, must le POST TAID. A SOFT AASffCH, BV T. S. ARTHUIt, -1 4 I'll give him law to his heart's Coii ent.fhe scoundrel.!' said Mr. Single on, .walking backwards and forwards, n a state ot angry excitement. 'Don't all harsh names, Mr. Singleton,' said sawyer Trucman, looking .up from the lass of -papers before him, and smiling l a Tjuiet, benevolent way, that was pe uliar to him. 'Every man should be tiown by his true name.' 'Williams a scoundrel, and so he ouiht to be tiled P Tcsponded tlw client, with in reased warmth. 'Did you ever do a 'asonablc thing in your life when you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 April 1841

'''an c'nittti, tut t siy emphatically to th official n'V "tliu Tar nil rw hither." 1 have dwelt the i ngrt tpon thij auhjrct, because removal front shoo arc likely often to arise, and 1 would have my rnuulijirv n 1d understand the principle of tho ce. utivo BCli lll. .In all public expenditures Hie mint rigid.cconc- any should be resorted to, anJ, as ono of its roaulta j a public debt in lima of praco be sedulously avoid- t'J. A wise anJ patriotic cont!tueney will never -..Vj.ct to tlio opposition of necessary burdens for useful ends; and true wisdom ilicl&les tlto reaort to euch mc.i'ra, in order to supply deficiencies, in the revenue, T;Mher 'than to tlioso doubtful expedients, which ulliinating in a public debt, mix to emhar r .pa tie resources of (ho country and to lessen it ability to meet any great emergency which may rise. -Ml aiurrtircs should be abolished. Tho appropii avion should be direct and explicit, si ai to leave luliinind a ih are of discretion -la liie dislmr-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 April 1841

' JRICE CURRENT. Correttcd Weekly by Henry Yoxtieiiner. Wheat, 80 Rra, 4 . -60 Con.y, ... . . . 40 Oath, . 85 Pome, 5 FLAXsrin, . . 100 Ut'TTun, ' 12J Durswix, 25 Tailow, lJ 1)hi Kb Arrna, M Do. Piachm, .... 200 FlA, 8 Heckled Fiai, .... 10 Eons, 8 TO THE JFPL1CTED. THOSE who are suffering from virions diseases Incident lo Ihe human family, would dn well lo procure Dr. Harlich't Cornptrttnd 'Strengthening avil'Om-man Aperient Villa, which are to pre eminently eoccnmmcnded for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, Bins in ihe side, bark ahd breast, .TVcrvious Aff citons, Head-Ache, anil all tire dia tun ol the Stomach nd Bowls. Pamphlets may tttoht lined gratia, whteffe contain full and eplicite alirccxionVfur' using. The Tender is referred lo ecri eral very hT.ereetitj; f Mlificatce of cure in this -paper, which may'De'rclied upon, as ihey are taken ' .i ' t,. iv.' in Krtll'1'11 irnm inn original, i nr Tiaic- nih iv, EIGHTH atreet, Philadelphia. henry YtrSreraMUR. SPANISH HIDES, TANNERS' OIL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 17 April 1841

' DYSPEPSIA. .DYSPEPSIA f That troitrenm,ami pence-destroying disease. - lioiisitndn and trni of thousands suffer Irom 4bt common distressing complil'itt. Hupcpiin l lirquciidy noted by overloaded or distending the toriiHcli liy r.Pfttiri' Calif ol drirking imlije' . li'e and i-rid auhslanem-tnfcpn into th atnnwch, , Mif fmni long continued constipation !' h bowls, a adenl .ry lilp, frar, grtdf, anxiety, a copious 'Omit il Cold waler, .traffic pnrgatife tiif Heine; ilyacn '"rv. iuinrnrri,ipo, Intermittent nnd Hpasmodtc Rr. f -it in of die stomach nnd how is iircciilnr meals, I .o hour., and loo Sequent use of apliituous -liquor. ' The j mptoms of dUpepsit mny be described na n wont of" appetite, or an unnnlural or voracious oik, nausea and sometime bilimm tnmiling, and ti n nnd trsimient di-tensions of llio stomach xt,vr eating, an id nnd putrcsent eructations, wiMer brush, ,lain in the region of llin stomach, eoslivcnrss, pul pit (linn of llie heart, dizziness and dimness of the nq...

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