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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 January 1841

r Ti:ims oi tiii: "amekecan. HENRY B. MA88ER.5 Poilimhi JOSEPH EISELY. $ Paoraixxoa. Mi. B. JHJISSER, EdUer. orriCB I! XllKtT tTRKBT, fttlft Dill. THE - AMERICAN" is published every I day at TWO DOLLARS per annum r Batur- l Dcr annum to he paid half yearly in advance. No papor discontin ueu 11,1 all arrearage are paid. No subscription received fur a leaa period than mx months. All communication or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be PU3T PAIU. A BALLAD After Hood. BT ITICtl Tom Buckram waa a tailora lad, And one of Nature' treasures, A moral youth who squared hia life By Virtue' rulea and measures. Each Sabbath mnm he went to church, Attentive he waa rated But then, of lata, hi eye had got To be quite eyes-o-ltUcd.' 'Twas Sally Wynn that can so J thia thing, The Squire' only daughter, Whose swimming eye, of liquid blue, Had made Tom' mouth to water. Now Tom a nimble workman waa, And well he drew hi stitchc; But bvp, alas, in his poor heart Had no...

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. — 2 January 1841

. From the V. 8. Gazette. Tlil Wate Canal. At preliminary meeting f citizens, held T)r tembet 23, in the room of "The Board of Trade, t the exchange, GIDEON SCUM, wio caMr,l to The tharr, and John M. Kennedy app IntcJ Secretary. ' BunVrr If 111 Monnment, We learn from the Boston Morning Post the fol lowing particular reporting iho cost of Ihe Bun ker Hill Monument. The original coat, foi the en lire height of two hundred fort, as estimated by Mr. WillarJ, tint architect, was $07,000. The work, ao far us luiil, hud not rxc-relcd this estimate The chairman elated the object of the m eting to j The receipt of the Association aiuce Its or m i - le to take measures for ascertaining wliethcr the I l,or h ive bi-en aa follow: vreat hulk of the trade (lowing through the Tide Water Cannl to Havre de Grace, could not he re cured to Philadelphia, by the co-opcalion of nur citi'ena with the Chesapeake and Deleware Canal Company, in procuring steam tow boats to tow the boate and merrhandite to a...

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. — 2 January 1841

The Lalclistrlnar drawn In. Soon alter it wji known tlint General Harrison vwae elected President, twanni of hungry office hunter bent thcii way to North Bend. A paper from that quarter atates, that he huJ to entertain a many aa Siity one morning to brcakfait. Thia the General found rather inconvenient, and their friend hip somewhat too liberal. To cut the matter aliort with them, he pulls in the "latch string" of hin It g cabin, and clear out. V next hear of him tome where in Kentucky. The Msyeville Eagle aaya, he will apend the month of January in the Old Do minion. And February, he will no doubt accept of Mr. Van Buren'r invitati .n, and spend it in the While House, and prepare himself to become the Government by the 4th of March. LcA-l Bulletin, DIED, At Pottsvil'e, on Saturday last, thp 25ih ult. ROBERT MONTGOMERY Gil A NT, aged bout 25 year. In the death of thii estimable young man his friends, and more particularly his relations, have been deprived of one who was oil kindnesa...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 2 January 1841

L.i.J IMPORTANT PROOFS. Of the efficacy of Dr. Hrtrlich't Celebrated M.di tines. The following certificate wai writ by Mr. E. J. Hinman, ngent Ht Cincinnntti, OhK Thorccan he no mismke in it, as (he parties are will known. Mr. Kukiel Ripdon, of Anderson town-hip, Hamilton county, Ohfo, vascveial thy. Irimliled with liill.ua affection, acidity of the stomach, at tended with the usual symptoms of dyftpepsin, ami rnving made dial of various medicine without finding relief, wa cuied by the above medicine. At'eit, E. RIG DON. Cincinnati, June 30th, 1810. YET LATER. Mr. Vance, of Washington t-nunty, writea follows Dear Sir Dr. Harhch'e pil e are performing enroe of the m.at wonderful rums in lh:a vicinity ever heard of. Time were introduc d here about aix months ago, by one of ny neighbors, who bought halfduten package, from the Pittabung ofllce. I on aware of fur case, in this place where complete cures hive been per formed, one of severe' rheumatism, two of dyspepsia, and one of a most ...

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. — 9 January 1841

SUNBUHY AMERICAN. PJUCES or A.OVERTI3IXG. I nq-ivti I inerlion, fO BO I ,., 2 do - . 0 75 1 d 3 d 1 P..-f anlneqiii'nt inwrii n, - 0 Yrady Advniiiemcnt. (wilh the (rivilega ol nlterjii.iii) one colu nil iM'M hlf eoliitnn, $li, ih ce t iur.s. f 1 two square, (9 ; ont squtre. Without thf rivilco of alteration a literal difcount wit' he made. Advertisement letl without direction to lh length of lime the are to lie pnhlUhcd, will b continued until ordered out, and charged accord inRly. Cjf"'iitocn tine make a square. lot"1Z I MIRE KT STHKRT, KriH BFK1I. THE AMERICAN" is published every Salnr day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ueJ ti:l all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period thin ait months. All communication or letlcri on business relating to the ollice, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. AND SIIAMOKIN JOURNAL. Absolute acquiescence in the, decision of the mnjori'y, the vital principle of Republics, from wh...

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. — 9 January 1841

We putili h the following linen, on occorrt of their originality and simplicity. . aKitcTri. ron th imehu h. Melancholy Attliieiif, W hirh look plor on Ihe 3nJ day f June, in the yrai nf our Lord, 1VSC, in (5 tt.iwivsi t. wnshi;., Columbia rotn.1v, which fi:l. J the t.itot with stir..w. White mm hti1 colour'd ton, Jive tat lo mt while I d.i read to you tlf two young mm ofeltlnr kind, Mho disagreed while in Ihcir prime, Soon after this thry did pgrec, And from the world thry wrro set free, And in one well, they did unite And in their giavcs they lay aright. Hymnn Cleavet deicrnded into the well; It was not long until he fi ll; Tie damp and sulphrr strong was there, Which to.k from them the lovirg air. This noblo Samuel with apd-d went down 1'or to raise Hyman above the grout d. But death laid hold of him likewise, And took him to the othci world. Their kind did thrn their bodice take, And laid them out in beauties shapr; Their fiends were wit for all around, i'o come and lay them und...

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. — 9 January 1841

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Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 9 January 1841

IMPORTANT PROOFS. Of the effieaeyof Dr. Itarlich't Ctkbraltd Midi' tines. The following certificate w sent by Mr. R D. Hinrr-m, agent al toticinnatti, Ulih There can I iio m'stake in i at the purlin am will known. Mr. Kr.tkicl R gdon, of Anderson township, Hamilton county, Ohio, waasevrtal duyt troubled vvilhfill.it affection, acidity of the stomHch, nl- nded with the usual symptoms of dysiepsia, tuJ hiving made trinl of various medicine without fi .ding relief, wa cured by the above mcd cine. At'wf, K.RIGDON. Cincinnati, June 30ih, 1840. VET LATER. Mr. Vance, of Washington county, wriiei as follows Dear Sir Dr. Harlicb's pills are performing mm of thu most wondciful vures in the vicinity ever licarJ of. They were i itroJucd here about aix months ago, by one .f my neighb.wsi, who bought half dt xen package from the Piirshung oflice. I om aware of four casce nt th: place whero complete cure hve been per. formed, one ofsevere rheumatism, two ef dyspepsia, 1 r- .... . . ana one ot a mo...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 January 1841

THIOLS OF Till: " AMKUICAS." HENRY D. MA8SER, JOSEPH M3ELY. PunLtflRKn Attn nmikTOHs. orrlCE IS MAKKKT ITNKKT, K EAR BttM. THE" AMERICAN" is published rpry Sattir liny nt TWO DOLLARS .cr minimi lo l.o paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued tiH Att arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a les period thin six moxthi. All communications or letter on l asin-a relating to tho ollicc, to insure attention, must bo POST PAID. From the Lndy't llimk. Oh Let Mc Weep. BtJllir.rH.LKWM. "She hnd borne a kindness coldly, and to those wlio knew her not she npprarrd doctituto of sensi bility ; but on being addicsscd kindly by ono whom she loved, alio burst into tears " Old Tale. Oh ! 1. 1 me werp and chide mc nut Hear with nvi in my giicf ! Long will il bp pre I shall know Again such sweet relief. Thv tone of melting tenderness Fell stnngoly on my soul, And slitred the waters of thy heart 13eyond my weak control. I, all unmoved, have btirne neglect, And deeinpd grief's fount...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 January 1841

tcavation nj embankment is made, two lo;k re completed nnd another nearly completed. A romp it). ively trifling mm wotilJ finish, ihi woik, hut ihe funds of Ihe company are exhausted, and thf Commonwealth it annunlly called upon f"f lhc mount of her guaranty, and lief subse ration is whnl ly unproductive. It i "J vnlutihle tributary t, iho Stnlo Canal, terminating in one of the richest tiiinoral regions in thia or perhaps any other ciiin try. Every article coming out of it pay a toll on our S olo Cnnitl for 150 miles to Columbia. I, therefore submit lo the letter judgement of the Leg islature, whether sound economy d.iea not dictate the further subscription of a sum sttlTieient to fininh il; relieving that ita productiveness wilt then lo umply sufficient lo relieve the Commonwealth from any fu'thrr payment of her guirnnty. There are at present many public improvements in a course of construcion in our Stnle by means of private companies, most of which ! cannot hut think ute lo benef...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 January 1841

were made simullsr.lousty lo pierce through it. llui the layer having been entirely removed by about 8 o'clock, the works of the lateral trench were abant tloned. Immediately under the layer thus di m dish ed, we found a sirong slab 6 feet 7 J inches long 3 feet wide nnd five inches thick, forming the interior nrciphngus containing the coffin. This slob per feclly sound, was impounded by an edging of blocks of stone, and Roman cement strongly fastened lo the wall of the vault. This lost piece of misonry having been carefully removed, and two bolti hav ing been fixed on Ihe si .b, every thing was teady by half past nine for opening the sorcoph igus. Dr. Guillaid then puriH. d the loinb by sprinkling chlor ate uflimo abjut it; end Ihe slab, by order of the English Commissioners was raised by means of crane, and lodged on the edge of the tomb. M As toon as the coffin was visible, all pre-ent un covered their hea 's, und the Al.bc Coquerau sprink led holy wutcr and recite J the "Do Piof...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 16 January 1841

important moors. "fill tfficaey of Dr. Hnrlieh't Celebrate:! Mali tines. The following certificate won sent by Mr. E D. Ilinninn, agent at Cincinnati!, Ohio. There run le no mistake in it, ru the pnrties ire wi II known. Mr. Ktckiel Kgdon, or Anucrnm wwnsmp, I lamilton county, Ohio, wssseveinl days troubled with bill, us affliction, acidity of the slomoch, at tended with the (muni symptoms of dyspepsia, nnd h ivirw made trial of various medicine without li ding relief, war cuicj by the above medicines. Attest, E.RIUDON. Cincinnati, June 30lh, 1840. VET LATER. Mr. Vance, of Washington rounty, writes as follows Dear Sir Dr. Harht h'a l l s are performing some of the most wonderful r nres in th;a vicinity ever heard of. They were introduced here about six months ago, by one of my neighbors, who bought half dozen packages from the Piltsbiing office. I om aware of four catci in this place whore complete cure hive been per f irmed, one of aevere rheumatism, two of dyspepsia, nd one of mos...

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. — 23 January 1841

I t i TCIOIS OF TIIK "AMERICAS." PRUFRItVont. . B. 1M.S8EH, Editor. ofFlCt IH M Alt K. XT ITItKET, SXAB DKKII. THE" AMERICAN" i published every Satur day at TWO D0LLAU3 per annum lo bo P'Hil halt yearly in advance. ISo jiajier discontiu. ueil till all arrearages me paid. Nosuh-riptiont received for a less prrind thin an months. All communications or letter on busici.m relating to tho otlicc, to insure attention, must lo POST 'PAID. From the Southern Literary Messenger. Au Infant's Spirit. An iifant's soul. the sweetest ihimr on earth, T which endowm -nt beautiful nrn Riven, A might befit a mnrellmn mortal bir h, What oil .ill it b-, when, 'midst its winninu- ni'nih. And live, and trntl'nhrsf, V ho ne to heac(l? Will it grow into might above the sk:es! A spbit of h gh wisd m gl iry, power, A cherub guard of the Eternal Tower, Wilh knowledge filled ofi-g vast mysteries ? Or w ill perpetual hildho oil b its d.ivvei 1 To sport forever n brghl j oyous thing. Amid ihe wot.d rs of the sh n...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 23 January 1841

FtoninA. .One ef llie last item of Imlfnn cruelty, wss the murder rf Mi. Montgomery' wife of Lb ut. M. of lH army. The Gl bc, in an article giving the pat tinilnm, sreyi: " Contrary to Instructions front the Wnr Dcpirt incut, and In opposition to prsitive ordi rs issued by the Commanding Genernl, forbidding nny tcnrt be ing sent from post to pout, under thirty men, a wag nn was despatched from Tort Micanopy to Fott Wa- t-ahoota with only eleven mounted Infantry unJcr the command of Lieutenants Sherwood and Hopsom as the ninri.ing was fine, Mrs. Montgomery rodo out witli them. About on hoc.r after their departure, some of the horses returned to Fort Micanopy with iut their riders, and shorl'y after two st Idiers rode up nml announced thut the parly had been attacked, Mrs. Montgrrery and Lieut. Sherwood and acvrr nl euUicrs killed. The garrison immediately sallitd out, and within three mil a of the Fort found the Mccding corpse of Mr.. Montgomery, with a soldier till I reaching, lying...

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. — 23 January 1841

jit h nix nt On lhr 31 ultimo, by the Kit. R. A. Fisher, Mr. Jon Baows to Mies Elisibrth Wolt, both of Union county. . ' . On Sunday, the I Oth Inst., by the same, Mr. Wrsirr Clark to Mi Mirth Yoitumkij, ' both of Augusta township. On the 14 h Inst., by ihe name, Mr. Willi w Uaow to Miss Rkbkcca Gkhhaiit, both of U nion county. PUICE CUUIIKNT. Corrected weekly by Henry Yoxlheimer. Wmkat, - 0 Km, - 60 Conn, .. 40 Oats, 25 PlIKK, . - 5 Fixrin, 100 UUTTRR, - - 14 Bkf.swax, 25 Tallow, 12 Dititii Arm:, -75 Psaciiks, - 200 Pin, - 8 Hr.cKLrn Flax, .... 10 SICKNESS. THERE nre ninny person that we d lily Is hold, whore cnunti nnnce ai d frail limbs denote I fllic tt'in' which we find ha principally orig'n ucd from neglect of proper teinadie at the commencement of sickness. At first the patient complain of bile on the stomach attendcJ w ith sickness, eostiven-ss, -Jr., be neglects to procure proper nv.licine; at Irmhhe complains of pain in the side and s'omncli with nour eructations; his nppe...

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. — 23 January 1841

iMPORTAST PROOFS. Vftht ejicact of Dr. Itarlieh't Celebrated Medi' tint, Tl' mowing cert 'ficat wss sent by Mr. E B. Iliniiiiii, n,Ttit atCinciiinolli, Ohio. 'Theiccnn le no m stal-e In it, as Ilia paities sr wi II known. Mr. laklel K gdon, of A mlrrsoti town-hip, Hum !n county, Ohio, wssacveial days troubled wi'ti I ill-u iirei'tion. acidity oftl si.m.uch, fit i tided w Ih llio usual symptoms of flyspei sin, and f ivieg made (tint of various medicine without finding relief, a cured by the above mod cines. At est, 13.RIGDON. ficiniisli. JuneSOili, 1810. Yi:T LATER. Mr. Yame. of Wa-liii.R o.i county, wri'rs a4 follows Dear Sir Dr. ll.irlu.li ' plsare peiloiming rume of the Hint wonderful stns in th a vicinity ever heard of. They were i I'ro.'uo d here about six month ago, by o ir i f my ll.'g' 1'ort, who bought :i hall'd z:n picknpes tram tin- PiUshiing office. I oin awa'C of f ur rases in this pi ire whore eomp'et;. cirn li ive been per formed, uiie of severe iheun ati- in, two of d...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 January 1841

. IXRMS OF TIII3 AMl:illCA." HENRY rCMASSER, rimusaaiia ao JOSEPH EISELY. $ Piopiktok. II. It. .W.f: SSKH, Editor. omen is mwkkt ithut, wia- nr.nn. THE" AMERICAN" in published cery 8a(ur day nl TWO DOLLARS per annum to be p.iiJ half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued ti l kLi arrearages are paid. No suh'criptiniM received for a lea period thin ait moxtii. All communication or letters on husing4 relitin; to tho oHtcc, to insuro attention, ninat be POST PAID. From the Danville Democrat. Til K TO SI II. T TUK BIT. ALrKKU LnVllKlltlACK. 'Tia Ihtc tb:it meni'ry w.ikc her fondest thouglila. And pure air ction kindles np h r fire; - , Where fiien l-hip tear a irituiVe. sheds her tears ; And ii'in-t t-la tune to m urnful aruina the Ivre. St mil tiut alone, and view the num'rou p tea Which indicve where ca b poor mortal lay : Here waves the gra a theic bloom tbo op'uing fljw'ra, Which atr. v the m.uiid whcic reals ilio lump of c'ay. "I he raging tempest, swpcp'nn o'er tlic earth, 1 )i...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 January 1841

W BggRiiiji jisji ,mi " 'I. .. i.. j. TIIK FINANCE", . Wc have gone to some trouMn in 00 Jensen t 1 e Suite Treasurer's Report, which we i-hall pul 'i in dotad in out next. Wc ham from it, that I.e. nrcrti'T into tlio Treasujy, for the liuciil ye.ir. tiihi November 30, 1810, were l oin-, nnd intercut nnon the wmr, f 1,027.250 SO 'anal To-ls i:.ii r;..n J, Motive powei, 76,ar so 330,183 22 1,1 05,; 51 a 1 1 '(her eoutcrs, i dance in Treasury !.'. reipts tntil, 711,201 77 ! G,f.G7,200 67 j 1,337,170 01 I f7,'J()l :)77 m l'vpi:x!HTvnr up to time period l;i'fT-t on loans, f 517,500 00 Do. 81,123,07 ! iif-rfiwc between spe cm ami pnper, 82,807 5(1 internal improve ment, 1, '12 1,823 57 2,1110,251 11 .'n3tikn( -.,i.rds, 3,003,192 12 : 'it'ii-rcnce between spe cie nnd paper, 18,338 -15 .NTotive power, inclusive ofengincs, ropes an.l damages, 45!,03f! H'J 37 I, "(73 51 t ' . -v.. livpenses of Govern ment, I. Militia, Uuekshot war, --.--- 302,921 01 30,470 75 31,475 40 427,80 10 0'.l2 107 :j...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 January 1841

.?. it is if:;, On (ho 21st iniit. hy the licv. H. A. Finlicr, Mr. YY'lLLIAM PcllVVKftK to Mi SB LtlVI.IA 11 Mill I n, iMh nr M.'itininkiii. On tutmhiy li-t, by lho same, Mr. (hunf.K Maui 7. lo M Km . oiftii Haas, both, of Mm-luukin. PllICU CirjlUKMT. Corrected wixhty hy Henry Yoxlheimcr, M'hkat, . ,r.(t 40 Onus, Oats, . I'iihk, Fla xn:n, Hl'TTKH, !kiwit, Tailiiw, Dm i Kit Apim.kh, - PcACIIK-I, Fl.AX, IIkcklkii Fi.ax, Hh) It S 1 2 J 7 j N li) ,.-.. ,ov.;i,ir., ' i f Hit rffie'trg r,J Dr. Ihtrl.cli a ti-!:brt:!id AMi- ' , ... ' Vf.xn Smt-fwns I'Mlictol itl, a I ili .n nn,1 t.ll th. Kynip:. tiw which . impoiitly i lY.-r i.- ; I x.il romlitioii, 7. : c'v tliiuv-M in tl i; h.-ml, iul in , licmora clillin.-c, wi'h a fixed pain in ihc liaht iirmor ci.nime(, wru a lixel pain in Ihe iiht r-i.;i, . inn jit ii in i a. i, ii ii ii i o- I vein 8 , ii , ,1 ' v;.sii a m.M n,i-":a1..- t iii,,n. 1 , , tri.-.l ! iinny r. iiieilii-., hat f nm 1 no p. iinuient :; e! mi- I I I I l. nl pn i ha cl Ihreh'...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 30 January 1841

IMP OR TA NT WOOFS, i f the ejicary nf Dr. linrlich't Celebrated Midi' cine. The fallowing certificate was sent by Mr. F. U. 'tinman, figriil at Cincinnati!, Ohio. Theiecan he no ni siake in it, the patties are well known. Mr. Etkicl R(tln, of Anderson invn-hip, II imilton county, Ohio, wasscvcial days trouble! villi I. ill. u afl'ei lions, acidity oftlio stomach, ot i tided w th the usual s-ymptotfn of dyspepsia, and li .ving ma le Hint of various medicine without It .ding relief, w turcJ by the above medicine. Attest, L. RIG DON. Cmoinniti. Junc30lh, I8l0. VET LATCH. Mr. Vance, of Washington . ..unit- tvri', m fidlmv..! )? Kirl is It ...Iti'liV ! arts are crloiming anine of the mutt won Jet fu I uies in this vicinity ever hearj of. They were i .'.loduivd here about six month ago, by one of my neighbor, who bought a half d zen packages ft. i ii I In; Pittshung office, t om aware of four casts 11 (hi ihicc where complete cuics hive been per- t i, nidi, one of severe rheumatism, two ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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