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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 6 February 1841

TERMS or THE " AMEIlICAJsV' HENRY B. MA8SER, ? Pnummn,, JOSEPH E 13 ELY. Pnop.irrotu. . B. Jl.fSSKH, Edifr. orriCt IK MAMKRT STREET, HEAR DEES. TH E - AM E R 10 A N " is published eery S.tor Jy TWO DOLLARS per annum lo be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till a ll arrearages are paid. No subscriptions receired for a leaa period thsn it oTm. All communicaliona or lellera on business relating to the ollice, to insure attention, muat be POST PAID. Whiskers Erect. A person who cultivates hia Wldelters, ia apt to neglect hia mind. Summon aaid that. Oura grows spontaneously. CuL Greene. It ia much that I'll a-k you lo leave trie I'll own, Hut Oh ! leave mo my Whisker.', and leave me lone ,V. O. Vic. flon-t Licit man wort nach Doutscher art, Und ictrwur bei ecinem bar ) Allrin seil lunger zciten her Dj tragi man keiuebarte mehr. Seume. 1S11. Time was when Germane kept theit word, When aworn to by the I beard; No more, A las 1 the oath ia heard, Vol b'nrj have disappeared...

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. — 6 February 1841

iVom f7re V. S. Gazette. . I ATU ASD IMPORTANT FrtOIM KlUOPK ThcaeVct ship North America arrived at New Vork on Saturday morning, In 24 dnya from Liver pool, brings London dates to iho Clh, and Liverpool in the 7th of January. Tho information of any in riesl by tliii arrival, relates entirely to tho affair be tween England and China. The overland mail had tn ivr J. The London papers announce the sen- Missiosr of China to (he demand of England. It would rather teem that the Chinese have consented m treat with litem, which, nftci all, tuny amount to marly the anmo thing. Our files came duty to hand. If the information which we have is correct, i!ie news is a'l important to the British. The affair v ith China is arranged, tho Cahoot war i termina ted, and tho hostility of the Sheika removed. From tho London Mercantile Gazette. Lnxnox, Wednesday evening, Jan. C. China, India mill Egypt. The Chinese question is settled the war in Cubool it terminated and Mehcmd Alt it thoroughly 'and eff...

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. — 6 February 1841

JtA RtltElt, On Thursday last, by the He. R. A. Fisher. Mr. William Linen of Northampton county, to Mia Era rvLisi 01 snamokln. On Thursday, the 2Nth ult.. by the Rev. J. P. Shindei, Mr. Janes Parks to Mist Elixa Loso, both oi union county. On the same day, by George Weiser, Esq., Mr. Hiir Rtcmr ofshnmokin, to Miss Nasci Row of Danville. On Wednesday last, Mr. Wilmam Mum to Miss Arw Stricklawd, both of Auguata. On Tuerdsy last, Mr. Jomr Thatcnjxr of Point township, to M as Oaroliiv a FatMTia of Tutbut township. At Jersey Shore, on Thursday, the 28th ult., by the Rev. J. Miller, Rev. Jon Bah. of the Balli more Annual Conference, to Mia Sarah Wibi, of the former place. On the Slat ult., by the Rev. Thomaa Tannyhill, ' Mr Jontv D. Horriaj, of Liberty township Colum bia county, to Mia Chbistiaka Visk, of Wash ington township, Lycoming county. On the 2fith ult., by the Rev. Daniel Burlier, Mr. Sincci Utcr, of Danville, to Mis Abioail, daughter ot 1 nomas Ilullinen, Erq., of Chilhsqua que...

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. — 6 February 1841

IMP ORTANT PR O OFS. Of the efficacy of Dr. Jlarliih's CtlibraltJ M.di cine. , , Th t illowing certificate nni enl by Mr. E B. I human, ngeut l Cincinnati!, Ohio. There ran la no mistake in it, the patties are will known. Mr. Kzekiel Rigdon, of Anderson township, Hnmiltun county, Ohio, was several day troubled with hillus affections, acidity of the stomach, at ii n.led with the usual symptoms ol tly sjP(nio, and having made trial of various mcjicine without ii.idmg relief, was cuied by the above medicinrs. Atteit,i E.RIGDON. Cii cinnnli, June 30th, 1840. YET LATER. Mr. Vance, of W.shing'nn county, writes at follow Dcor Sir Dr. Harlich' I il l are performing ome of the most wonderful luiesiuttvs vicinity ever heard of. They were introduced here about six month ago, by one of ioy neighbor, who bought a halfdnzen packages from the Piitsbimg oflice. I om aware of four case in this place where complete curoa Iiavc been per foimed, one of severe rheumatism, two of dyspepsia, nnd one of a ...

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. — 13 February 1841

TERMS OF THE "AMERICAN." HENRY B. MA8SER, J PcaMsataa aso JOSEPH EI8ELY. $ Poairroe. . JO. JfiASSBR Miditor orriCl IK MABKKT ITIIIT, RUB DEM. THE " AMERICAN" i published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till ALt arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than six mouths All communications or Icttera on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. From the Brother Jonathan. The Widow Jones. Wealthy and young was the Widow Jones Comely withal, and fair to see; .Scarce bad been earih'd her husband's bones, And mourning became her amazingly. Houses she had, and she had land, Beauty like tier's you might not slight Deep sighed the beaux for the widow's hand. But more foi her land, if she guessed aright. Cousin Abncr he popped the word, When for the grave the bill he brought; Didn't our Abncr feel flat when he heard That the Widow Jones was already caught 1 Shrewd was the wi...

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. — 13 February 1841

Tlit Mcl.oi-tt Aflnlr. Wo htvo received a slip f.om the office of the Rochester Democrat, containing the following par ticulars confirming the account of the outrage at Lock port: Method Bailed.- Popular Commotion at Istrk rt ! A gentleman of this city hosjust received iho following letter from hi fiicnd, respectable ceiitlemon of Lockport, which he hag obligingly p rniiitoil us to copy. Whit the result may lip, can only lc conjectured. lockport, Thursday, 12 o'clock, night. I have juM returned fnajn the court house anil jail, whetc there is, or was a short lime since, assembled 250 or :)()0 citizens, who say McLeod shall nnt he libera ted, although Judge, Uowrn admitted him to hail this afternoon, and Uapt, Wm.Buct become hail. The Judge gave the order to hi (McLeod's) at torney about 7 thia evening, and in 40 minutes 200 men were in and about iho court house and jail. A meeting was organized in the court room, whlc 40 or 50 guarded the door below, some with muskets; hilo the drums...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 February 1841

.nji unit; n , On Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. J. P. Shin del, Mr. floi.owo Kakkh of Augusta to Miss Eu tAnRTH DoRwsnif of Mahnnoy. On Monday evening last, by the Rev. J. Rliosds, Mr. Jons Grat of Liverpool, to Miss Ltuia Mi xhlt of this place. , TRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Yoxllteimer. Whkat, PO Rtr, 50 UoRjr, 40 Oats, 25 PoBK, fi FLAXsr.cn, ..... 100 BuTTRR, ..... 14 PiFlwn, ...... 25 Tallow, 12$ Dniru Applkr, ..... 75 Piaciiks, - 200 Flat, ..8 HucKLin Flax, .... 10 " TlWTll WILL PREVAIL. Dr. Harlich's medicines are daily increasing in public fnvor, and want from any but a fair trial to establish their worth. We have communication in our columns to-day from a person long awicted, which is but one of many vouchers for this medi cine. Spirit of the Times. PENMANSHIP. Messrs. Siiiilli Ac lVolcolt, Professors and Teachers of Off Hand Pen manship, respectfully inform the citizens of Sunhu ry, that they will be in this place on or about the 15th of February, for the pu...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 February 1841

1MP0R TA NT PR OOFS, If the efficacy of Dr. Uarlieh't Celebrated Medi cine. The following certificate u sent by Mr. F.. D. Hinman, agent at Cincinnati!, Ohio. There can le no momkc in it, at the parties are will known. Mr. Fi.'kiol Rigdon, of Andrmit towns-hip, Hamilton county, Ohio, wax seveial days troubled with hill. u affections, acidity of tho stomach, nt- i ndeJ with the usual symptoms of dyspepsia, ami Inving made trial of vsrioua medicine without fliiding relief, was cured by the above medicines. Attest, E. RIGDON. Cincinniti, Jiine30lh, 1840. YET LATER. Mr. Vance, of Washington county, wrics aa follows Dear Sir Dr. Harlicli'a pd are performing some of the most wonderful ruica in til's vicinity ever heard of. They were introduced, here about six months ago, by one of my neighbors, who bought a half dozen pnekoges from the Pittshnng ollice. I otn aware of four cases in ibis place where eomplctc cures have been per formed, one of severe rheumatism, two of elyspcpsia, and one o...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 February 1841

, TERMS OF TIIH " 4ME1UC.4.." JtBUJ Oil A M K u. 0 AN. rnicc cniiJvnnTisVG. I sq'tara 1 insertion, fO I5H 1 do 3 d.i . . 0 75 1 do 3 ill t 1 Or) Kvery subsequent in'orti. n, 0 3-1 Yearly Advwrtisemenls. (with the i-rivilcgn ot alteration) one eolu nn 2' ( half column, fl8, three sqiinrrs, $13 ) two srjnnres, f 3 r,ne quate, f". Without the privilege of alleration tioeraj di. cnunt will be made. Advertisements left without directions aa lo lha length of timo thef are to be published, will ho continued untij ordered out, and charged accord, inglv. Cj"Sixteen line mnko a squaro. HE.NRS D. MAHSEH.5 1 JUEIfi EISELY. SI' PraMsnita ad MorKitToim. . B. n.1SSElt, Editor. orriCi t MARK KT STRIiRT, HIAB Dim THE" AMERICAN" is public every Natttr day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to bo ptiJ half yearly inaJvaaoe. No paper discontin ued ti l a Lit arrearages are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period thin Rix mosths. All communications or letters on b n bi non relating to (ho office, to ins...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 February 1841

RETORT Tit tht President and Manager nf tht Dunv'llc and Potttville Rail lioad Company. Gssi i.e. sits ! In a communication ylii-ti I iuade In September list, I stated H e JiflVultic which i Vcdln the early part of the " (" ' i flnH took the eupcrinlcndcricc of the road,) nn.l which prevented our commencing 'rrn i rn uti il Ihe 19th uf May. From that wlS until llic tin sing of the navigation of the Susquehanna by ire, nothing occurcd to prevent the rcgu'nr trip of the locomotives and all the conl that was mirinl by the several operator was promptly taken to .Sun bury. The quantity was not 10 g eat as Koa an'icipa- trd; or on was -vished to he sent hy the operators : but tht diminution of quantity was not occasion! J by any thii g In connection with either the mil r-ad r tho engines. A contract for ten thousand tons of coal to be delivered at Danville had been made, the delivery of which Wos attested by the stoppaec of the ranal on the North I) ranch in the eaily nrt of July, and the...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 27 February 1841

vmcF. cxmnv.xT Cjiecled weekly by Henry Yoxlhrimer. W II SAT, po 60 40 23 5 100 14 95 12 75 sou 8 10 Rift, Cod, OlTS, PoBK, FlllllMI, Ml'TTKtl, Ukkswax, I ALLOW, D1t1r.11 Afplks, 1'SACIt ED, Fni, Hkcklkii Flax, TO THE .1FFL1CTED. THOSE who ere sufllrirs from various diseases incident 1o (lie human f.nmly, would do well to procure Dr. Ilarlich'i Compound Strcngtheninir and German Aperient fills, which are. so pre eminently rcccommcnded for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints. aiua in (lie side, tiac-lc and breast, IVcrvious Affections, Head-Ache, nod all ilio dis eases ol the Atomic!) mid Bowls. I'uiDjihtt ti may I obtained gratis, which contain full and cxplicite tlireclinna for using, 'l'lie reader is referred to sev eral very intcrcsti'iR certificate of cures in this paper, which may he relied upon, as they arc taken from I lin original. Formic at Jin, 19, NORTH EIGHTH etrcet, Philadelphia. 1IEM!V YO.VTHEIMEH. IHhhoIiiI lou of l'arliicrHlil. fPHK undersigned having dissolved partnership, ...

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. — 27 February 1841

IMPOR TA ST PR OOFS. Of the ejieaey ,f Dr. ilarHch' Celebrated Mtdi tint). The fallowing certificate wa sent by Mr. E D. ISiiimui, igent at Cincinnatii, Ohio. Therecan 1 no m :U inlt, a the panics are w.ll known. Mr. F.zekicl K gdoti, of Andvon township, linTiilten county. Ohio. wastrvrinl daye troubled villi Lull-u affections, acidity of the stomach, ol I.TivkJ With tlie usual sympiotu of dyspepsia, end having in.iJu uial of various medicine without S iding tclief, wa cured uy the above medicine. A font, E.RIUDON. rinmii, June 30ih, 1840. VET LATE R. Mr. Vanre. of Washington county, wrie as follow Dear Sir Dr. Iluiliil.'a inlaare pcrronning aotuo of the most wondeiful uica In ih'a vicinity cvet heard of. They were i itrodue d heie about six month ago, by me of 'iy uoy.tihois, who bought a halfdizcn inckiige from the Pittshiing office. I om aware of f mr casee in thin phee whero romplete cute have been per formed, imp of severe rheumatism, two of dy?pepain, H"d one of a most sheckin...

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. — 6 March 1841

Terms of the "Ameiucax." HENRY B. MASSEUTIwibiiri, As JOSEPH EISELY. $ PnormsTORs. II. tt. TMSSCil, Editor. orrica is market street, near beer. THE ' AMERICAN" is published every Satur day nt TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paid half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearages are paid. No subscription received for a less period than six mouths, All communication or letters on business relating to the ollice, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. From the Lancaster Examiner. The Whirlwind. IT MISS JVMET It. LEWIS. The Whirlwind 'would take a walk one da; ,' (And a very fist 'walker is he.') So bustling about, He at length set nut, With a strp light blithe and free. 'Twas plainly seen, as he rush'd along, He was bent upon frolic that d iy ; He whistled with glee Or sang merrily, For his heart was glad and gay. His path Iny straight through the dark gieenwootl, And away o'er the mountain's broad blow, His track you might tiace, In every place, For he left his marks, I ...

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. — 6 March 1841

ron THE AMERICA, Kindred Hearts Oh I a?k not, hope not Ihoo, too nauch Of sympathy below; Tew ere ihelicarln, whore one tiime touch bill the sweet fountain flow Few, and hy ntdt conflicting power Forl.idih-n hrre lo meer. Such lin would make thi earth of our Too fair, for aught aoflccU"-Mnt. IUmaws. And iait thuat inuel thoughts that burn, There breathing ao divine No utterance find, no fond return. No soul attuned to mine! Must t look on the deep blue Hearm, The bright and glorious sun Musi I look on the pensive even, And fed that I'm alone ! The rosy morn, pule evening star, The silv'ry queen of night, The beauteous realms of Nature far Yield mo a derp delight, Wl ich I can ne'er express, Lut bear Willi an oprcssivo sense Of loneliness, which longs to share Tho ficjingi so intense. ;Oh ! there are those, e'en here, who've felt The bliss on earth begun, In the sweet sympathies which melt The spiii's into one ; While my heart, t icVnd, aad and lone, To yearning deep a prey, Arid as ...

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. — 6 March 1841

TRICE CURRENT. Corrected weekly hy Henry Yoxlheimer, Wmat, Kri, Cork, Oats, Pouk, FiAnritn, . Bcttrii, Bikswax, TaLLOW, Duiku Appli, 11 AC H El, Flax, Hkcklch FtAZ, 60 40 . 25 6 100 14 25 12J 75 200 fl 10 TRUTH WILL PREVAIL. -Dr. Harlicii' medicine are daily increasing; in public favor, and want from any but a fair (rial to establish their worth. We have a communication in our columns to-day from a person long awicted, which is hut one of many vouchers fur this medi cine. Spirit of the Times, an IS hereby given to the creditors of Albert Am merman, to appear in tho Court of Common l'lras of Northumberland county, on the first day ( next term, and show cause, if any they have, vhy the proceeds of the sale of his real estate, sold y Henry Gossler, Esq., sheiifl'of Nor humlerl,ind :ounty, should not be applied t J the p iy incut of the udgmenl of Mary Dunham. SAMUEL D.JORDAN, March 8 J, 1841. Proth'y. LIST OF CAUSES FT It trial in the Court of Common Pleas of Northumberland County, to ...

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. — 6 March 1841

IMPORTAST PROOFS. CJthe efficacy of Dr. Harlich't Ctlelmhd Midi cines. ' The following certificate was pnt by Mr. K B. f tinman, tigciit at Cincinnati!, Ohio. Thciecan le nu mistake in it, Mthe panics irre w U known. Mr. Eitkicl R.gdon, of Andiron t!wii-li;p, Hamilton county, Ohio, wan srvcial days troubled with hill-ill affections, acidity of the l. .notch, iit lended with the usual symptom of dyspe sin, and having made trial of various medicine without finding relief, was cured by the shove mcdicim . Attest, E.RIUDON. Cincinnati, June 30lh, 1840. VET LATER. Mr. Vance, of Washing on wounly, wiic as follows Dear Sir Dr. llailuh's pitisare perlorniing some of the moat wondciful tuics in thia vicinity ever heard of. They were aulroituc il here about six months ago, by one nf my neighbors, who bought a half dozen puckrtges from the Pittsbung office. I om aware of four ca.s in this place whore complete cures hive been per formed, one of severe rheumatism, two of dyspepsia, uil one of a ...

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. — 13 March 1841

TERMS OF TJME "AMERICAS." HENRY B. MA88ER, JOSEPH EISELY. 7 Pc $Por BIITOBl. It. B. JMSSERy Editor. orrici iff xKtT tbiit, ki&b THE AMERICAN" ia published every Satur day at TWO DOLLARS per annum to be paij half yearly in advance. No paper discontin ued till all arrearage are paid. No subscriptions received for a less period than is mouth. All communicationa or letters on business relating to the office, to insure attention, must be POST PAID. From the National Intelligencer, Extra, March 4. Inaugural Address PR ES I D EXT II iimisox. Called from a retirement which I had supposed was to continue for the resi due of my life, to fill the Chief Execu tive office of this great and free nation. I appear before you, feIlowcilizens, to take the oaths which the Constitution prescribes, as a necessary qualification for the performance of its duties. And in obedience to a custom coeval with our Government, and what I believe to be your expectations, I proceed to pre sent to you a summary ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 March 1841

tv In the hall of (lie Legislative body. I wish fur the support of no member of tlint body to ony meas ure of mine that t!ocs not satisfy his judgement and his sense of duty to those from whom ha holds hi ppnirtmcnl, nor any confidence in odvame fnm the rcple. hm tint nsked. f r ly Mr. JeUVrson, "to give fuinntss ond i-flecl to the l gal uif minis Mr.uioii of tlicir aflairs." ! deem the present ocrasion sufficiently important -olid uplcmri to Justify mc in cx pressing to my fellow riitizens profound rcvcieneo for tho Christian Ri Iju ion, ond a thorough conviction that sound mor !, religious liherly, mid a jn?l sense of religious responsibility, are cs-scnlially connected with oil true and lusting happiness; and to that good Being, who has Mp'm'J us by the gifts of civil and religious fierdnin, who watched over and prospered the li ber of our Fathers!, aiid lias hitherto preserved to us iiitli.uticiis fir exceeding in excellence th.it of uny other people, Id us unite in fervently co...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 March 1841

T' ,w . it k mi: u , On Thursday the 4 th Inst., hy tho Kct. J. P. Khindel, Mr. Jonw Hovfmaw, of Shnmokin, to Miss Ki.it. ah snt VotoiiT of Roaring Creek. On Sunday the 7th inst , by tho same, Mr. Wx. Litssliukh to Miss As.i lUu, lioth of Union County. PRICK CURRENT. Corrected weekly by Henry Yuxlheimcr, Wheat1! 80 60 40 25 S 100 10 25 12J 75 200 8 10 Kris, Con, Oath, Pohk, Flaxsi-kii, UnTTsn, ItKFSWAT, . Taliow, Duitu Applks, - PnACIO.S, FtAX, Hkcklgd Flax, S1CKXESS. THERE ore many persons that we tl:iily behold, whose countenances and frail limbs denote nfllic Ibn' which w-e find has principally originated from neglect of proper rernadics nt the commencement of lickncs. At first the patient complain of bile on the stomach attended with sickness, cottivewss, AfC, he neglects to procure proper medicine; nt lenlh he ;ompl,iin of pain in the side mid stomach with lour eructations; his rippctite becomes impaired, lis rest troublesome, his mind harassed, iind all hings around him appear...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sunbury American and Shamokin journal. — 13 March 1841

IMPORTANT PROOFS. Vf the rfitaey of Dr. Harlich't CehbraUJ Mcdi tint. t The following certificate wa sent Iry Mr. E. B. flinmnn, agent nt Cincinnati, OKio. Theteean be fio nvatake in it, at (he paittes are well known. Mr. Fn kiel R gdon, of Anderson lonhip, Itnmi!ton,muitv, Ohio, wmsevetal day troubled vvi;h lullu affections, acidity of (lie stomach, at Omled with the uausl symptoms of dyspepsia, and -having made trial nf various medicine without (finding relief, was cured by the above medicines, A tint, E. RIG DON. 'Cincinnati. June SOlh, 1840. VET LATER. Mr. Vanre. of Washington iiuiiiv, wri:ci a follows Dear Sir Dr. Hnrhch's .fiil s are perfoiminst some of the most wonderful cure in th a vicinitv ever heard of. The were in'roUuccd here about aix month ago, by one of my neighbor, who boughl half d len package 'from the Piltshung office. I om aware of f.iur casce in this plsce where complete cure "have been per .formed, one of severe rheumatism, two of elyspepsia, ad one of a most ...

Publication Title: Sunbury American And Shamokin Journal
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