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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 October 1840

TERMS OF TItE " A3IGUIC.1.' JOSEPH EISB1.Y. pRoratm-oris. E. B. jmJSSEH, Editor. orrici tit M4KtT ithkit, xr nets. THE AMERtO .N" is published every 8atur day at TWO HOLLARS nor annum to be pnid half y curly in edvanre. No paper discontin ued til all arrearages ate paid. No subscription received for a lens period thin six mohthh. All roinnuiriirati'ti or loiters on busine relntintr in the office, Id injure attention, must I POST PAID. von thi amcrica. An Autumnal Sunset ON THE BANKS OP THK nUSQUEIIANXA. Ave Maria ! ble-eed le tbe hour, The time, the clime, the spot, wiiere I ao oft Have felt th tt moment in ita fullral powei Sink o'er tlie earth, ao beautiful ami soft." Byron. Not ih fair Qreecc, that blight and favored dime, Where rose Olympus home of Gode sublime ; Where Sol hia golden aplrndor richly gave. To duck the earth, and gilJ the ..Ear an wave; Where all of grandeur, glory, and of art, Mingled, their richest beauties to impart; Could softer tint, more gorgcoua huea be giv...

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. — 24 October 1840

ADDRESS OF VIM CENTRAL COMMUTE TO THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF TUSSSYL VAX1A. Pnww CiTtcttvai The elec Ion which ha jtrt closed,- is bu! (he beginning of ibe struggle. Federalism with ell iu immense resource of money on. I trickery is in the ill IJ in J has done its utmost agiinst tho determined phalanx of democracy, with litto succoe-. It ia now reorganizing fur the great national battle on tho DOih day of this ufonth. l.a enrrgic v. t ( br eiruine I to the most extreme limit, for it routing ft power, fur money, for ita very existence.' All these eortaidcrritiona are involved in tqis Prcsidcn ttal election, and give to it a solemnity ami an irn portmce rarely equalled and never surpassed since the cetsb'ishment of our government. To loe thie election, will be to all honest, tiue-hesrtrd de mocrat", the deepest of all misfortunes. It will proeliale for a timo at least, the great principle of the parly, in support of which, we have toiled for year, it will obliterate all truce of the refo...

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. — 24 October 1840

-Ll.jl'1.' muzzle the press, nnr prevent men from imei g ( accubly I ) diacut the mi.-rim of the candidates bo fote thu ifeople fur office i till, we cnntiut as d.m.i trots, approve of the bitterness and slander th.it characterize too many of the leading federal paper in our country, and not a few of the great men here, and elsewhere, to tlrvato Ocn. Hairiaon. When we talked of the military fame of Oca Jacks n, and referred to hi signal service during the Inst war with England, political enemies repliod with a sneer, these do not qualify him for thn presidency, and it ia dangerous to the liberties of the country to elect military chieftain j and Henry Clay, the great champion of the parly accking for power, wi wil ling that hia country should lo visited with "war, pestilence and famine, rather thin that a m'litary chieftain thoulit Jill the presidential chair .'" Now the mouths of the e men are filled with the military services of Gn. Hanison, and these, and those alone are to entit...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 24 October 1840

r to Tin: ruuLic, . In submitting to the public the first mimicr tf the -American," it may be. deemed incumber on us its neceary and proier to make a few ubsriv. tion In relation to the establishment of this pn anj the courge which ita conductor int. nJ to pur sue in ita puti ligation. The age in which we live haa ban truly styled the ago of impruvemeii', which no power on earth can arrest frVit progress. Tlie applicaticn of ateam to the various purposes of ait, and the more recent discovery of anudt ing iron with anthracite coal, promises to Perm) I vania result that cannot be too highly esti mated. ... The great valley of the Susquehanna la toon des tined to become the theatre of new acme of en tcrprire and industry, which may well excite the astonishment of thoae who are unacquainted with bcr inexhaustible depositee of coal and iron. Her rugged hi lis and aolitary waste, heretofore deemed wotthlese, are now eagerly sought after for the coal and iron which they contain, the must v...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 October 1840

Ti:nw or the American." HENKY irMA!tER,5 Publishf. asd JOSEPH ElSEI.Y. PnoraiiToii. M. jBM.l8SEttt Editor. orrtCB IH NAkKXT STBKtT, HH- THE AMERICAN" ipuhiihcd every Saturday- ml TWO t'OLI.ARS r annum m ba paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued ti l Att arrearngce are pniil. No subscription rocciveil fur a leas period th 'n aix xomth. All communication or letters on businest relating to tha olfice, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. TUe Urat es of Ibo Signers. BUMBUffiT AMERICAN. PIUCC3 OF ADVKaTIflEfO. I aq'iare I inaor'iwn, f 0 50 1 do 8 do - . 0 73 I di da - . H) Every ufwequnnl in-emi. n, 0 S3 AND SIIAIMOKIN JOURNAL Tearly Advrtiomen'a, (with the privilege uf lierstion) one colu nn (33; half euluraii, (19, three square, (13 ; two squares, f 8 ; one squue, $5. W ithout Ih privilege of aJtuation lihuraj di-counl will ba made. Absolute acquiescence in the deeinl m .,f the mnj iri y, the vital principle of Republic, f.om which there I, no app al l,t to force, the v...

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. — 31 October 1840

horrid jitnncii. The following narrative i from the Natchri Courier of the Oth instant. " It is a painful duty, in the line of our protec tion, in notice thii morning, one of the tnoit mi) end distressing event on record. The public rr aware, that near a year ago, our fellow citizen Jo ia A. Lyre, had a quarrel with Mr. It igan, ofNew Orleans, in which the latter wae hot through the head. Mr. Lyle was tried in thia city f r the f fence ami fully arqiiittad. Would tbat we could with the trial, date a caseation of ho-tility and the compromise of a di put about property, atilt exist, big lietween Mr. Lyla end the Ilagan; but alas we are forced to witnee a denoueiaent truly afS cl ing and horrible. Same wocka since the Hagan, who were part, nera of Lyle in the cultivation of a large plantation on the Mississippi river, repaired to the farm and tuok forcible possession by driving off Ly tie's over seer. Last Tuesday Mr. Lyle and four friend went to tho firm for the purpose we have been t...

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. — 31 October 1840

I T E 91 S . Bcglaiss at St. Lovii. The St. Louis GaroU tnles that six merchants of that city, wilhin three Weeks, told about $100,000 worth of goodsmost. ly for cssh ihe credit on the residue being very abort. Father Matthew lately administered the Temper- nee pledge to 100 000 perrons in two days. The Boston Journal state that the Pacha of E By pi hae irsucd a firman, directing the reissue of the persecuted Jews at Damascus, and forbidding an; person to molest them in future. The ateam hlp Acadia left Boston September 1st, at 13 o'clock, M. and arrived at Liverpool Septem ber IS, at 19 o'clock, midnight, making the passage ;n 13 days and 19 hours) left Liverpool Oct 4ih, t 4 o'clock ", M. and arrived again October 17th, at 8 o'clock, A. M , making the passage in 19 days and 14 hours. Thus the two passages were made n 39 days and 4 hours, notwithstanding the deten tion at Halifax in boih trips. This Is truly an as toni hing performance The grand total capital represented by all pin...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 31 October 1840

IMPORTANT PROOF. Of lit tjlcacy of Dr. Harlich't CtkkraUti MaK cincs. The fiUo in( Mrtdtcat dm seot by Mr. E. I). Hlnmati, . Gp.nl al Cincinnati!, OltK Theiecan l 114 m ataxe in It, Bathe, parties era will known. Mr. Kt kiel Rgdnn, of Amk r on town-hip, Hamilton county, Ohio, wseveial days tr ll with i.'ill-a adoi-lion, acidity oflli l niisch, at tended With the usual symptom of ily;.0S;a, and having ma.le trial of Various medicine without finding relief, wa cu J by the abov iv.dicnrv . Ateal, B.RIUlOX Cincinnati Jane 30th. 1840. Jim Java's t 510 UK POSITIVE PROOFS Of the efficacy Dr. Harlich't Ctmp-und Mrengifieniiig una Utrman Apt r tent I'.ltt. Albkbbb;. Jilt. 1, 1940. To Pr 1! .r'iiVs A !it Sin I viah to state for the henitii i f ihu e hii may I afflicted, that D'. Harlich a I t ll have eniiiely rtind ma or Uy urpaia, of wh'ch I have bwn nlfi clad for many y- ara. t used both kin's, the Aperient and 8trergth eiiing, and I am constrained to aay, that thiy a a I valuable di avrry,...

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. — 7 November 1840

TEItMS OF TIIU "A!lllltlL4Av." HENRY B. MAS8ER,? IWtiwtits ah. JOSEPH EISELY. $ FaoraixToiis. H..B. .W.f .', tidttor, ortlCI Iff MaRKKT TMIT, KIAB. SEE. THE " AMERICAN" is published every Satur dav at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearage are .paid. No subscriptions receirelHeir a (cm perioJ thin six months. All communication w tetlcra on buaincai relating to the ollice, to insure attention, mual be POST PAID. Q-The following poem, written bjr young En glish poetess, is taken from the Lady' Book for Septe.nbcr s WASIIIXGTOS. BT MISS ELI I A COOK. Land of the W'el ! though pawing brief The record of thine ago. Thou hast a name lhat darken all rtn history's wide pige ; Let all the bias' of Fame ring out Thine shall be loudest far, Let others boost their satellite Thou hast the plnnet rtt', Thou hast a name who e characters, Of high shall ne'er depart, Tisatxmpod upon the dullest brain, And warms the elou.le-t heart ; A war-c...

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. — 7 November 1840

a 1 "TELL CJIJI 1' t' TO CttOU HEADS UP! Wo have kept back our paper to give the news up to this morning. We claim for Mr. Van Burcn, according to the latest information, a majority of about 300 in the State. The whigs also claim it by 82. Wc, however, can now assure our friends that .the chances arc in our favor, and that Pennsylvania is still true to Democracy. The majority will not exceed 300. . " OLD VIRGLWNY NEVER TIKE!" Our news from the " Old Dominion" this morning, is such as to satisfy us that Virginia is safe for Van Burcn About CO Counties have been heard from majority for Van Buren 1500 sufficient to show that we have car ried the State. Economy lu a Family. There is nothing which goes so far toward pla cing young people beyond the reach of poverty, as economy in the management of their domestic af fairs. It matters not whcthci man furnish little or much for his family, if there is a leukage in hia kitchen or in the parlor, it runs awiy he km.w not how, and that demon wi...

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. — 7 November 1840

Tabic of I -lot t Ions. The following table will be found handy and use fut s matter of reference. It has been compiled with great care, and ia believed to be accurate t Prrtid ntiul Na.ofE Election. lectins. New Hampshire, November 2 7 Connecticut 2 8 Rhode Island, . . 13 4 Virginia, " 8 2:1 1 ouisisn.i, "35 Alabama, "97 Kentucky, 2 16 Indiana, " 2 Llinois, "25 Missouri, . "24 Tcniiessco, . " 19 15 North Carol'na, 19 15 Vermont, s "10 7 Maine, - 2 10 Oeorgio, 2 11 Maryland, . . 2 10 S.iUtll Carolina. Lcgi-lnlurc, 1 1 Pennsylvania, - . Octolrer 30 30 New Jersey, November 6 8 Ohio, 6 21 New York, . - 3 42 Mis-dssippi, 3 4 Michigan, 2 3 Arkansas, . "23 Massichusolt', 9 14 Delaware, "10 3 'J'lio eleslors meet at the cspilols of the rcapco tive Slut.' in which tltey arc ch men, on the second day of Decemla-r, and give in th. ir b .Uo.s for Pic tident and Vice Prisidcut. l'opular Vole al ttw i'rrMtn'ial Eltcliim In 1810. I'tin Unren. White i llurritnn. Maine, 22,900 15,239 New Hampshire,...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 7 November 1840

important proofs. Of tlu ejicaey of Dr. llarlich't Celebrutcd Mali cities. The following certificate was sent by Mr, 15. D. llinmnn, igcnl lit Cincinnati'!, Ohio, There run I f no mistake in 1', as the pnitiea are will known. Mr. IVkiel Rgdon, of Anderson town h;p, Hntniltou county, Ohio, was&eveial days t rear del wilh lull - u affections, acidity of the stomurh, ttl tcnded wilh the usual ymptoiti4 of 1y iu, and having msdo tiiul of varum medicine w.lhuut finding relief, wa cut cJ ly Ihe above nied.rinrM. Attest, K.KIUDON. CiticiiinntiJune30lh, 1840. VET LATER, Mr. Vance, or Wa-hingnn county, wri'ci a follows Dear Sir Dr. I lai bib's pil'sare performing some of the m.wt wondoiftd lure in id's vicinity evet lirnrtl of. They were iutroduc d here about six months ago, by o.ir t.f my neighbors, who bought a halfdi.ziw pueknges from ihe Piltshung office I om aware of f tor rwa in thin place where complete cures luvo been per. f irmed, one of severe rheumatism, two of dyspepsia, a"d ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 November 1840

SUNBUJMY AMERICAN. I'lticiM or iivi:jm ikim;. HENRY I). MA8SER, JOSEPH EISEI.Y. Publisher iiii 5 PnorRirreas. I square I insertion, 1 ilo 3 do I do .1 dt $0 fit) 0 75 1 HO If. It. .n.tSSKH, Editor. nrrict IS MARKET STXKKT, XII deeb.. THE" AMERICAN" i published every Satnr day at TWO DOLLARS pet annum to Ik paid hnlf yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Ait arrearages ate paid. No subscription received for IeM period thin six mostiis. All communications or letter on business relating totho ollice, to iitsuro attention, mum I POST IWID. Kv.-ry siiWqnent in ertii n, li 2ft AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. Ytarly Advertisements, (with the iTiviliee of alteration) one column fUft Imlf column, $ 1 8, luce S'i'iar. s, $ 12 j two iquarrs, f 8 ; nnctqttire, $.r. Without Ihe privilege of alteration a liU tuI di count will be m.ide. Advertisement Ictl without directions as to tho lcii'4lti uf lime they arc to lie pub .Mini, will I e Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the mnj triy, the v...

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. — 14 November 1840

from the Philadelphia V. S. Gntette. TUB STEJIJtt FHiaATK. As much deslrs i ..,.., in ,h.,. ,L.. something definite in regard to the rtr ess to con. pletion of I I. we, with the Isud.hlc desire of Ml, vim such curiosity. m.m nr war some lays ago to the scene cooperations, the Nsvy Ya it. At we neared the building containing (he vet I, the busy hum, anj cheerful sound of indu.t.y broke pleasantly on our ear-m xed ami Llen.tcd came the sounds of the grating raw, the hammer's clink, the fall of heavy limlier, anJ the air kes of the axe, aa each of the busy multitude engaged nn the vcssrl, applied hit aeparate avocation. Haing entered the building we turned our admiring tni toward the huge veseel whrse enormout pinpor. tinnt were apread out before u. Having walked down the large apace, in order more fully to view her beautifully modelled shape, we, mindful of the cravinga of our leadera, Inrned out ationtion to ob taining the tequiaite information, and by th kind, ncss of tome of the ge...

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. — 14 November 1840

Coal Trade. The (imount of coal carried on the Danville and Fottuville Kail Road to Sunbury Tor shipping, ilu ling tho week enilinii on Nov. 13, li 7H3 1 una. Per last report, 12,443 Totil. 13.243 JOHN BU DD, vr. .. THE CAUSE OF DISEASE. Nearly all claMos of disca-c, are caued by Dome obstruction in the vst m, which prevent the legu Inr and wholes me operation of the animal fonc- tiitna. 1 hie alaio of Ihe system, in disease, which ia manifested in variety of form, moio or leva m il gnant in their character. To restore the system to a atate of heal.h, then, it ia only mce-nary to re move the cause of disease, anil the end in accom. p!iahed. The cause ia obs ruction somewhere. Thia ran be removed by purgation, which ia the only meana that shnu'd be rca tried to, because, suggest! il by reason, and ly nature. Dr. Hulich's Strength ening and German Aperient rills, are allowed by thj thousands who have used them, to be the best purgative medicine in existence. Because, they not only rem...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 14 November 1840

IMPORTANT PROOFS. Of the efficacy of Dr. ltartich't Celebrated Mi di einrs. The following certificate was sent by Mr- F.. B. Ilinmau, i gent nl Cincinnati!, O'.iii. Thciecan Ic no miatake in it, as the patties nre will known. Mr. Ki'kicl Rgdon, of Andcr.on township, Hamilton county, Ohio, wasseveint days troubled with bill-u affections, acidity of the i tmnch, nt trnded with the usual symptoms of tlya sin, and hiving mado liiul of various medicine Without finding relief, wa cured by the above mcd cities. A tipt, E. RIG DON. niricinnnlt. June 30th, 1810. Yl'.T LATttlt. Mr. Vance, of Washington ceunty, writes na follows Dear Sir Dr. Harlich's pil'i! an; peironning mmo of the most wondi'iful cuica in lh;a v'u'iniiv evci heard of. They wero iiilro lnc tl here ah.nit ail monlha aso. by one nf my tn'iglibora, who bought a half d. ten package from the Pntsbting office. I om aware of four caaca in thi nl ice where eomplcte cure htve been per formed, one of acvpre ihpumatism, two of tlypepai...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 November 1840

1 TERMS or TIIR " AMKKICAX.' HENRY 0. MASSER, JOSEPH EISELY. ? Piraiifuixas asn $ pHOrBIBTOHS. . It. JMSSEIt, Editor. orriCI IH MARKET STBBBT, SI1R ntKH.) THE ' AMERICAN" It published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per mnum to e paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription receive J for a less perioj thin "II xoiiTii. Alt communicationa or letters on business relating to the office, lo insure attention, inuat be POST PAID. The following new translation of the celebrated "Marseilles Hymn," is the beat we have yet met with : TIic Marseilles Hymn, t. 0, countrymen, on, for the dry The proud day of gVy is come! 8ee, the Tyrant' red hanne.a in ba ll? array ' Are rained, and he dares lo eirike home ! Jlirk! will you not can yon not heir Tho fie' fiat approaching a'arms 1 They come ! Mia to wrrst from us all we hold dour, And slaughter our anna in our anna ! ,i j (inomr ) To arms, gallant Frenchmen! toarm ! 'Tis the hour Of freedom ; mar...

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. — 21 November 1840

ro TNI AMtmCtV, rnesn.Ti.HKXT. Oft at midnight hour alone, gaze upm that Marry throne, With fttlinrr words cannot express' Language Would 1 bit tern cs. Retrospection heaves the aigh 'To hours of happiness gone by ) Faded in (he miat of yeais, ,Illccd by smiles and dimrn'd hy tears. Memory echoes still the txte, But the aound itself h gone. ( Preswivirnent h marked ao plain A vision In thin hapless train, Of rmly dead,, '0f blighted joys, Thut earthly pleasures are in but toy, ' Bright and daxzling, to tsrlrny The traveller from hia narrow way. Like the ignis fatuna' gleam. Deluding with ita brighteti beam. - Sometimes thia youthful breast will I eat For pleaaurc caat e'en at ita feet. Of hearts and hands ao kind and true; But quick the vision contra to view, Throating every hoe aside Di aring down all earthly pride) Till my aad heart ia ai(k and sad, And thia lating train ia mad. Then the boding voice cornea clear, To my anxioue liatrning ear : What hast thou to do with earth, Woud...

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. — 21 November 1840

t ire In Xntcnt, J lire occureu in ivartucx uniler me lull, on t . 1 . Ht-. t . . . .. Wednesday afternoon, about 4 o'clock, which des troyed mi entire square containing 12 houses. The loss is estimated at $-.'9,800. No Ices than a;x attempts have been made to assassinate Louis l'hillijij'O, since bis elevation to the throne. The Mint of the United Sluice In sold to bo en gaged in coining t new dollar. It is if small, r ill tnensione than the Spanish dollar, an J is ultogeilur 1-cltcr executed. The Dalliuiorc American says : Some twenty thousand bushel of Wheat, mostly Pennsylvania, were sold In this market yest rdiiy morning. It is computed that the Emperor of Russia's an nual expenditure in England, for horses, equipage, Ac, it 100.000. It is stated in a Boston paper, that the ship Delhi, from the East Indies, whose cargo is now telling in New Yoik. will tealhte a clear profit to ber owners of 250,000 dollars on the one voyage. Dual. A duel cqim off opposite Virkshurg, on the 6th ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 21 November 1840

tMPORTANT PROOFS. Of the efficacy of Dr. Ilnrlch's Celebrated MaU- Ctnes. ' -Thi following certificate was sent by Mr. K. B. Hinman, agent at Cincinnati!, Ohio. Thoiccan le no matake in it, as the parties im wi II known. Mr. Etckiel Rigdon, of Ander-on lown-hip, Hamilton, county, Ohio, wasscvcial days troubled Nith bill-u affections, aridity of.lhe stomach, nt- "t ruled with the usual symptom of dyspepsia, nnd having maile trial of various medtcipc without finding retief, was cured by the above tried Tines, JUest, E.RIUDON, Cincinnati. June 3')tii, 1840.' YET LATER. Mr. Vance, of Washing'on coun'y, write as followa Dear Sir Dr. Harlnh's pll.sare peffotmUig'snme of the mt wonderful cuics in th vicinity ever heard of. They were Introdtie d here about six mnntha ago, by one of my neighbors, wlio bought a half d. cn puckages from the Piltshung olTicc. I 0111 aware of four e iscs in thi place where complete curea hve lie-en per formed, one of severe rheumatism, two of dyspepsia, H"d ono ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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