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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 28 November 1840

TERMS OF. THE "AMERICAS." HENRY II. MA8SER, J Pmt,H, 4 JOSEPH EISELY PnorHiETURa. It. .TtJSSKH Kdttor. orrici iw xirkkt iTHitsT, xtAa ntxn. . THE A M ERIC A N"T published every Satur day lit TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till Att arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period th in ix month. All eominunicatiuni or U'tlera on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. Scltcted fur the Amtrican. Why don't lie Conic f Why don.t he come! I've Ijokcd so long, And do not see him yei ; I fear lie's gone another course, And will pour me forget. D nt no! he'll not forget, I'm sure, He promised me he'd conic, And kaid ho would be here lo night, If I would " I c at home." And I have staid ut home, although, Invited oil to tea; I've staid, borause of all my fiiends, I rather him would see. But oh ! I do not see him yet, 'Tis lime for him to come, And Pa ami Ma are gone away, And I'm itlonc at home. ...

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. — 28 November 1840

T, AJMRICAW. Aa Extra ft-ni ' AfJeJreM, Or (A imagined stole of Society in tke twentieth - Century. .,.. A hundred yeer ago or more, V Ofetra,ng perversion blind. . Men buttoned op their coat before, Aaal wn lf !' behind. ' Tbeet) wholly useless part of dreee, ' . In this oar wiser day, ' , Wo never mm el ill, onles To keep the (lie away. By wondrous art we now con:riv Things on a belter plan, Our very clothe become alive, Apd form part of the man. A dancing dreei become the bran. Each turn and motion showing ( The only art he noeda lo know, Is juat to get agoing. The lawyer from hi garment knowe ? Essential aid to draw ; He first muat gnin auit of clothe, . Who'd gain a auit at law. The parson in a doctor dress, 8houId any sick man need him, Would first console bis mind's distress, And then proceed to bleed him. The fairer sax this art doth bless, In still more numerous canes ; It does nut stop to improve their dress, But also mtndi their face. A new cosmetic wondrous strange ! New...

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. — 28 November 1840

-' aTtwt te mom run about the wide, after all. On k banner in It whig convention, teM mmwImii "at west," 4tm the following t IC IC R ft K Xinderhook Kandidate Kant Kome it Kwite. ()7 Wftuff behave wry well about their ie lory tbey were m polite end good-nstured ysst. day m gentlemen need be, end the democrats evinced that cheerfutiKM which evef accompanies a coneeientious discharge ot doty 0W wonder if Mr. Davie will make Colo nel of the Major t Men wlib. spectacle, have, riien to that dignity. All ia, Haugbtoti, if you ihoultl ever wear spur, be careful how y. u atep, or yon will tear your pantaloon to a dead certainly it lequiroe aome practice 10 place "da right iol fus." in true military atyle. Oberrve ua in our teat gtanJ march in January next. We had two whiga washed' yesterday, and put a new auit of clothe on each oflhem, and hop the rascals will go to meeting nett Sunday and ak forgiveness fir tuning bet. We ahail have to clothe about a doien f the scamps far a year to come, ...

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. — 28 November 1840

IMPORTANT PROOFS, ' Of the efficacy of Dr. Hartich't Vtkbratcd Mil!- v -' einei. ." . The following ctrtiflcate win urn I by Mr. F.. B. Ilinman, agent at Cincinnati!, Ohio. There can le no. mistake in it, at (hp pailiea are will known. ' Mr. Eackiel Rigdou, of Ander.rm town-hip, Hamilton county, Ohio, wbscvcibI days troubled with hill. us affections, acidity of ihe stomach, at tended with the usual symptoms of dyspepsia, ami having madn Hint of various medicine without , ti tiling relief, wa cu-ed by tliu above med citu s. , Attn, E.RIGDON. ' Cii ciniisti.Jnne !iOth, 1810. , YET I. ATE 15. Mr. Vance, of Washing'nn eoitfi'y, wri es s fid'ows Deur Sir Dr. Huilich's fnV art pe'lorming some of tliu moat wondeiful cutcsitfths vicinity ever heard of. They wero i.ilroduocd hoie all ut six months ago, by one i f hit neiglibots, who bought it half diy.:Mi packages tram the Pittshiing ollice. I om owaie of f.iur ciscs ti.lhis ptaee where complete or.es lnvu been per f irmoJ, i. iip of severe ...

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. — 5 December 1840

SUNMJMY AMBBICAN. AND SHAMOKIN 'JOURNAL. Absolute acquiescence in the decisions of the mujori y, the vital principle of Republics, from which there i. no app al but to force, the vital prin. iple and immeilia'e parent of dcp jtitm. Jtr tat o. PllICES OF AITKHTMtG. HE.VRY D. MASSER, JOSEPH EISELY. Pi? B Ll 811 tilt 1KD PflOFBlITURS. I equara I insertion, 1 do t do 1 di 1 di - (o eo 0 76 1 OO V tfi U. It. .Tt.iSSElt, Editor, orriCK IB MARKET tTBKBT, Slit DtKR. THE " AMERICAN" it published every Satur day it two dollars per nnutn 10 paid half yearly in advance. No paper dieconlin uej all arreaiagra are paid. No subscriptions received for a lets pcrioj linn iz mouths. All communications or Ictten on business relating in the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAIU. Rsry tubseqocnt in ertl. n, Yeerlv Advertise rjienlt, (with the privilege ot alteration) one column f 25 ; half column, $18, three eqnarre, f 19 two equaree, f 8 1 one square, 15. Without th privils of alteration libera...

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. — 5 December 1840

From the Journal of Health. - DKATH FROM TIGHT LACINO. I have seen and am much pinned with your pi per, miJ doubt not it will do much good. I hope for it an extensive circulation. In on of the l.ito number you call fur facia, whi titer communrca'ed in elegant language or not. I havj leocntly learn cd one to which I gave all possible pub'lrily, ami have told it in almoal every elide of the yung in which I have eince found myself. Two week inp, while on visit to the bouse of a resfiectablr, long experienced physician in one of the Southern boun dary towns in New Hampshire he gave me in eub atanco the following account, at near aa I can re- collect. llo was called a week or two previous tit vUlt Jpung f male, I thiak, over twenty yeara of age, who wai distreaaingly ill of a complaint of the lung, laboring under great difficulty of breathing, which lii discrimination led him at once to impute to a long continued practice of tight lacing practice 'Which ia Jay mg tta thousands and lena o...

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. — 5 December 1840

about 300 mile nnrlhwjat of Austin wh'ch" they attacked and eucecedcd in kill ng about ISO In dsans, captured 33 prisoners and about 500 horses and mule. Among the captive are two Mexican boy. Coluiicl Moore with bin command, arrived at Austin on the 7th instant., and was received by the inhabitant! with the Inchest demonstration of joy and comnj' ndation. Iron J!iinIiicn. The Messrs. Ilirmtaa, iron masters of Franklin county, have purchased the Jenkins' mill property, in Union county, together with an immense tract of land, upon which thry int nd erecting Anthra cite Furnaces St., upon the most extensive ca!ea Thry will commence operation with aa little delay as possible, and with their expe ienco in bu-ineaa, their enterprise and facilities aa capitalist, and an abundance of iron ore and limestone, convenience to ciiher tho Lvkeu's Valley or Shamokin Coal re gion, and .he cheap and abundant market of ButTi loe valley, they must, as we wish they may do, rmke - the valley blossom aa...

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. — 5 December 1840

IMPORTANT PROOFS. 9 the efficacy of Dr. Harlich't Celebrated Mdi' cine. Tht following certificate wn sent hy Mr. E. B. Hinman, agent at Cincinnati!, Ohi.. Thcieesn la no nvstshe in it, as the parties are will known. Mr. Exekiel Rigdon, of Andcr-on towmdVp, Hamilton county, Ohio, was seveisl dsye trou'oleJ with hill, as affections, acidity of the stomach, at trndej with the usual symptom of dytpci sis, and having mada tiial of Tirinua mejicine without fi .ding relief, was cured by the above medicines. At est, " E.RIUDON. Cincinnati. June 30ih, 1840. YET LATE K. Mf. Vane, of Wanhing-on county, wriiea as followa Dear Sir Dr. Hatluh's pile are performing tome of the moat wondeiful cure in thia vicinity ever heard of. They were Introduced here about six months ago, by one of my neighbors, who bought a half dozen packages from the Pittsbung office. I om aware of four casta in thU place where eomplcto cures hive been pi'r formed, one of aevere rheumatism, two of dyspe pain, "d one of a moa...

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. — 12 December 1840

terms or Tin: "American." HENRY 0. MA8SER, JOSEPH EI3ELY. ? PlTLtaHKRM AftD $ PnoraitToaa. . It. .11.1 USE Kf Editor. nrriCB IS MAIKET STRKKT, MAR BEER. THE AMERICAN" is published every Satur day it TWO DOLLARS por annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearage are paid. No subscription reccired for a lent period thin ant months. All coinmunicaliona or letter on business relating to the office, to insure attention, inuat be POST PAID. From the Baltimore Ocean. A Chance for Chips. Vt II, Mr. Clipper, 'ere I hum, Jul from acrosi the vnrter, To aee the land of Huncle S im, And brought my wife and dorter. I've got mohin a soiry fix, They tell me 'lis the fashion To talk hof nought but politics, Aud put vuii in a passion. Now he cant be Democrat, And sing hout "clear tin- diggins," No, I must he a v'g, that's fl it, Decs use my namo is Viggin. Now Mr. Vugns, she' a vig, A vig hof the first vorter, And says that I must show hout big, To marry huff my do...

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. — 12 December 1840

FAR TltB iVlRlCAW COLVHIII A. One greot dim. Who vigorous offspring, by Jiil ng ocean, A re kept apart, and nursed in the devotion Of Freedom, which their father fought f r, and Bequeathed a heritage of heart end hand, . And proud distinction from each o hor land. Still one great clime, in full ami free dcfi mce. Yet rear her crest, onconquered and sublime, Abo the far Atlantic Biros. Land of Columbia ! Freedom'e deate-t home, How swells my hjart with pride to call thee mine ; Beneath Heaven'a pure illimitable dome, What nation ' glory has ere equal'd thine 1 From the bright South, to where the Iceberg gleamt, Thy mountain majeaty, and forests wild ; Thy fertile valleys, and abounding stresms. Proclaim thee nature'a bleat and favor'd child. Tct not ft nature's varied gift, tlio grand, Exults my heart in thee, my native land; But for the grand of soul, the spirits high Who hire unfurPd thy banner Liberty ! Now at 1 gaze upon thi beauteous scene, Smiling beneath the bright blue Leaven...

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. — 12 December 1840

dressed in the garments of life, or in the winding sheet of den lb. lie had better beware, lest he appear too animated at the bar of Omnipotence, and in a creiy, Jesting mood, ask fur a gin corktul, instead oftupplicating for mercy and forgiv ne s on hia marrow bones. Temperance Convention. A Slate Tempeiance Convention will meet at Harrisburg on the 21 WEDNESDAY (instead of 2d Tuesday, as stated in our last,) of Jiinuary next, (1841.) Topics of Importance will then 1 stthraitted for the considers ion of the Convention. It is therefore desirable that every Temperance focietjr throughout the Slate be represented. Keystone. Newspapers. A child beginning to read, becomes delighted with newspaper, because he reads of names and things that are familiar. A newspaper in one year, says Mr. Weeks, is worth a quarter's schooling to child, end every father must consider that substan tial information is connected with this advance ment Keio World. Yf it K I E It , By the Rev. Mr. Marr, on Monda...

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. — 12 December 1840

important troofs. Of Ihe efficacy of Dr. llarlich't CtkbrattJ Midi' ana. The fallowing certificate wea sent by Mr. E Hinmsn, agent at CincinnnUi, Ohio. There can l no m stake in It, m the pnitre are wi ll known. Mr. Frkiel Rigdon, of Anderson township, Hamilton county, Ohio, wf"l 4? Irnuhltd with till, u affection, acidity of the eiommh, at tends I with the muni symptom of d pe tin, ami h.ivirg inmlA tiial of various medicine without fi idmg relief, wit cored by the above med cinn. Attest. E. RIG DON. Cincinnati. June 30th, 1840. YET LATER. Mr. Vanro. of Washing'nn county, writes as follow Dear Sir Dr. Harhch's fiil's are performing feme of the most wonderful euie in this vicinity ever heard of. They wore introduced here about six months ago, by one f my neighbor, who bought a half dozen package tiM.n ihu Fittshnng office. I om aware of f.iur case in thin pi ico where complete cures hive been per- formed, one of severe ihcuinalism, two of dyspepsia, and one of a most shecking and ag...

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. — 19 December 1840

Vliil artaarv wm m a ay a ar-v at a HENRY B. MA88ER, JOSEPH EISELY. orflCI 1 XARKIT STKKIT, If 11 -.. THE - AMERICAN" it published every 8elur day at TWO DOLLARS per imnum Id I paw nail yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ail arrearage ate naid. No eubmription received for leaa period thin bit mouth. All communication or letters on buaineat relating to the ollice, to inaure attention, muat be POST PAID. tub voi'jra widow. Sorrow hath laid in hand on thee, Lone mourner of the dead I And blench'd the glow upon thy cheek, Aad bo tv 'J thy stricken head : There ia a wildon in Ihy glance, A look of mute despair, Thai lelloih m.ire than word or nigh, What .cause for griuf lies there. Widow i thine is no enmman oe, That briefly dolh aub luo The young soel's bouyant happiness, With though: uf sadtTning iiue. No transient pains that hef to heal The anguish they impart, Dut one that gather alrength with tbin, The crushing if a heart. Oh, what a world of hope lie hearsM Within that ...

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. — 19 December 1840

1 RESIDENT'S MESSAta H. I We publish the following abstract of the Prosi- i dent's Message, from the Biothct Jonathan. It , contains alt the important and intcn-atini p.-rtUma of tho Message, rn condensed form, whil at the j ami; l ino it enables us to g've our rrodifs tlie usu al quantum of general information. The Mossige opens with Ihe usual congratulato ry pfcnigrapiV, in thia Instance we think, of unns-u. l worrnth. ' The situation of the country in Its fo reign relations is most happy, and over its domestic interests the invaluable blessings of health, plenty and pence have been east. The outstanding ques tions with foreign powers are neaily all adjusted, and the few that remain open are in a fair way of amicable settlement. Our relations with all the powers of the world are those of honorable p ace, though the clouds of war hover over other lands ; and the Message repeals that necessity of being pre pared fur any accidental collbion which may grow ' xmt of the shocks of conte...

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. — 19 December 1840

Ilia; hly Important lra;nl Decision. The Assistant Vice Chancellor of the fir.t Circut him recently deckled In case btfare him, that moitgnge of goods and chatties, unaccompanied by nn imincillatc delivery, and not fol!owd by an ndu ol end continued change of possession, is in the elf fence, of nil fraud, good and rati J aa against cicdi tors, &C, where Ihe same or a truo copy thereof fha'l have been fileJ, pursuant to tlio provi-ions of Ihe statute of 1833, 'J "'."'dicisinn is of much lirpor lance, as the. Supreme Courf of lhi 8 ate has ex pressed a different view. Brother Jonathan. TKMrntAxcE. One hundred and twenty per sona signed the total abstinence pledge, at th? St. Peter' Citholio Church, at Wilmington, Dcleware, on Sunday last. AVu World. 1 1 II II, At Wiikes'wrro, on Wednesday tho 9th inst., Mr. WILLIAM 1). SCOTT, at the age of 2S years. Coal Trade. The amount of coal carried on tlio D.in'iIlo and Pottsville Rail Itoad to Sunbury for shipping, du ting the week ending o...

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. — 19 December 1840

IMPORTANT WOOFS. Of the efficacy 0 Dr. Harlich's Celebrate J Midi . cine. The following certificate mi sent liy Mr. E. B. Hinman, sgent at Cincinnatti, Ohhs There can be no mistake in it, as the parties are well known. Mr. Erkiel RigJon, of Anderson township, Hamilton county, Ohio, waa aeveial days troubled with hrlKus alTectioms acidity of the at.imach, at tended with the usual symptoms of dyspepsia, and hiving made trial of various medicine without H iding relief, waa cured by the above medicines. - Attest, E.RIUDON. Cincinnati, June 30lh, 1810. YET LATER. Mr. Vance, of Wahing'oii county, writes as follows Dear Sir Dr. Harlich's pdis are performing same of thu moat wonderful urea in th'a vicinity ever heard of. They were i ilro.luccd here about six months ago, by one of my neighbor, who bought a half dozen packages from the PiltslMing office. I om aware of fjur cases mi this place where eompleto cures have been per f trmed, one of severe rheumatism, two of dyspepsia, i.d one of mo...

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. — 26 December 1840

ti:imis or Tim " a.im'.iucax." SUNBUKY AMERICAN. 1'ltlCI OF AIM KKTISISO. I sip in re I insertion, ' f 0 50 1 do 2 do . 0 75 1 do 8 d - 1 00 Ev."ry subsequent in orlii n, -0 2. Yearly Advertisements, (with Ihe privilege of alteration) one column (20 hlf column, J 1 8, three squnr. s, 12; two squares, fH ; one rrjunie, Without the privilege of alteration a liberal dihcount wilt he rondo. Advcitisctnents left without directions as to the length of time thef are to be published, will l a continued until ordered out, and charged accord ingly. Cjr'Mxteen lines make t rquaro. night of the grave curtains tho deep couch of her rrpotc. But a voice speaks tendcily from that yrive to th'MO whom she has li ft behind ( It wliii prrs 'lie admonition which she disregarded. 81vtlt tint whisper not be hearJI It is a sinter's voice that pleads. HE.VRV 0. MASSER, 5 ruat.isitr.ns ard JOSEPH EISELY. J Pnoruiaioiia. it. v7Zn.V$sEiiiuutor. orrlCI IS M&HKKT ITRKIT, StiR DEKH. THE' AMERICAN" ia publishe...

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. — 26 December 1840

0 THR AXtHtClfT. 8.4IIATOU4. Out patriot sires in freedom's can, On Saratoga's plain, Obtained a haughty woilds applfium, A never dying famet" For there they lore the laurelled wrrsh. From England's tyr.mt Kinp, AnJ th tirituli Linn bowed Iwnc-itli The Eagle's pinioned wring. No monumental tribute rise,- To mark the hallowed pot, No column mingling with the akirs, Proclaims their glorious lot. But memory 'a reared a holier ahrine 5 In fame that ne'er departs, For deeds that deeply graved by lime Live in a nations hears. jABnnrs Laivkjiw, Jr. Hunbuiy, Dec. 22. only suppossble cause nsigncd fit the perpetration of this d'cadful net. was jealousy on the part of Con way. He line, for inftny years, been i member of the Methodist Chinch. After tho act was commit ted, Conway mnde no effort to eecspe, and when question d in le'ilion to the murder, positively dc. elnrrd that he kn 'v nothing ahoul it. He has been rominittrd in the jiil of Dinwiddio county, where he. awaits his dial for thi o...

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. — 26 December 1840

Coal Trade. The amount of con! carried on the D.irmtle and rottwillo Kail Road to Sunhury for shipping, lu ring the week ending in Dec. 8, it 763 Tone. Per last report, 11,743 T..til. 15,505 JOHN BUDD, w. . JiTA't COMFL.1JNT. THIS disease is discovered by a fixed ohfuve pain in ihe right aide under the hurt ribs, attended with lint, uneasiness about the pit of the stomach; there it in ihe right ride id distention ; the pa lient loses hii appetite, and becomes tick and troubl ed with vomit. ng. The tongue become tough nnd black, tho countenance changes to a pale or witron color, or yellow like tho e iiflticted with jaun dice, difficu'ly of b.v.'thing, disturbs rent, attendee with a dry cohA, diflioul'y af laying n the left aide, the b.-dy icimet weak, otl'l fina'ly tho disease terminates into nno her of a m;re erious mttire, which In all probability is far beyond the; Power of human skill. Dr. ItarVch ' (impound .. ning Tonic and German Anenent Villi, if u- ken at the Commencement of...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 26 December 1840

IMPORTANT PROOFS. Vtlie efficacy of Dr. Harlich't Celebrate J Midi eines. The following certificate wne sent ly Mr. F.. 11. Hinman, agent at CinciiinoUl, Ohhs There can I no m slake in it, aathe partiea are will known. Mr. V.f kiel R.gdon, of Anderson township, M .nnlton cmintr, Ohio, weeaevcial daya trouble I with bill-us affections, acidity of the stomach, at tended with the uaunl symptoms of clya epsia, anil having inmln trial of various medicine w.thnut Cmliiig relief, wa cured liy thu above medicine. Atieat, K.RIGDON. Cincinnati. June 30lh, 1810. YET LATER. Mr. Vance, of Washing-nn county, writes as follow Dear Sir Dr. Hailit h's pill are performing anmo of thu most wonJetful rutca in lira vicinity ever heard of. They were introduc (I he.e about six m.mlln ago, by one of my ncigldijra, wlio bought a halfdozcn packages from the I'lttalmng office. I om aware of f ur ensea in this pi ice where complete cure hive lnen per formed, uiio of severe rheumatism, two of dyspepsia, ui'd on...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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