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P O E T R Y.
Misery, thou'rt mine and only mine;
All others' woe is joy,
Compared with mine tis happiness,
For mine hath no alloy.
No respite taints my sorrow Jeep,
Nor hope nor mental peace,
For thy by day and hour by honr
My anguish doth increase.
If asked the eause I will point where
Ose long last (ook I gave,
While strangers "laid her cold.cold corpse
In the lowly strangers' grave. ,
I turned away without a home,
Or friends or kindred dear.
To speak of hope, and 'suage my woe,
Or whisper word of cheer.
Her children dear with cheerful eyes.
Oft gaze upon my own;
It aggravates my wretchedness
Misery, thou'rt mine alone.
I have a friend a valued one;
That friend 1 ne'er may see;
My bitter cup would not be lull,
Might tint friend comfort mc.
Friendship thy sweetly-sounding name
Is left to me alone !
. I've drained the cup unto the dregs,
Misery, thou art mine own 1
THE UNITED STATES & MEXICO.
Correspondence of the Journal cf Commerce.
Washington, September 28, 1816.
The Administration have, after full de
liberation, determined upon a line of op
erations against Mexico, which is to be
immediately pursued, and with the great
est vigor and energy that it may be able
lo exert. It has been decided to take
possession of Tampico, with a view to
facilitate the operations of the army of
invasion. That strong and immediate
movements aac lo be made, you may in
fer from the fact that, on Saturday, trans
fer drafts were signed, at the Treasury,
for very nearly a million of dollars on
the New York banks, in order to place
funds in New Orleans preparatory to new
Santa Anna, though probably disposed
for peace, as promotive of his own inter
ests, as well as those of his country, is
merely the agent and representative of
military caprice, which so frequently and
suddenly produces in Mexico "changes
without revolutions," as General Salas so
appropriately remarks. Santa Anna was
selected for the new movement because
lie had influence with the army, lie
would not destroy that influence by pro
moting peace. He may be willing to get
rid of those janissaries in some way or
other, but it will be difficult to do it. It
appears, too, that the constituent Con
gress, upon which is devolved the duty
of organizing the Government anew, is
to be a free body, and chosen without re
ference to any personal interest. The
rurmise that Santa Anna may use this
Congress as a mere machine for the pro
motion of his own objects, is, therefore,
The new movement is based mainly
on two principles internal tranquility
and territorial integrity. The first act of
the Constituent Congress, called to frame
the organic law of the country, would not
be to alienate its territory. If they can
secure internal tranquility, they will feel
more confident of preserving the integrity
of their territory.
No sagacious person can now believe
that 'there is much hope for peace from
the conciliatory disposition of Mexico.
Whatever hopes of a speedy peace were
founded upon the policy of Santa Anna
have been abandoned. From the Con
gress, I think, there will be less hope of
peace, even should we wait till December
for its meeting, and then some six months
for its deliberation and action. The Go
vernment, therefore, have decided to wao-e
war in earnest aud with all its energies,
from this day forward.
Prosecution or tfie War. General
Gaines, it is said, has received orders
from Washington for the immediate trans
portation of all the troops now stationed
on the Eastern Division to the seat of
war on the liio Grande. Letters from
Washington also state that orders are to
be transmitted to the Gulf for the taking
. Pickpockets in Providence. We
learn from Mr. Ross of the Providence
Express, jhat Mr. Thomas Reed had his
pocket picked, on Saturday last, while at
.the Post Oflice in Providence. He lost
$1,000 money he has offered a reward
of $150, for the recovery of his property.
j.. TrUK DEFINITION. "A duelist," Sa)S
the Portland Advertiser, is one who vin
dicates hi pretentions to live like a gen-
tieinan, by dying like a fool.
CAME trespassing on the premiies
of the subscriber, in Somerset
township, about the 1st of August last,
three strays, viz:
One li year old red Vrindle steer,
with a bell ou, and a crop off the left
1 red motley heifler, with white head,
same age and mark as the steer.
1 black and white heifler, tame age,
and a crop off the right ear.
'I he owners is requesied to come for
word. prove property, pay charges and
take them awav, otherwise thev will be
j sold as the law directs.
. SIMON CHORPENNING.
THE partnership heretofore existing
between the subscribers under tho
firm of J. O. Carson Si Co., is this day
dissolved by mutual consent.of which all
concerned will take notice. The books
of the firm are in the hands of J. O.Car
son for settlement. Ail persons neglect
ing to call and settle their accounts on or
before the first of January next, will find
them, after that date in othar hands.
Sept, 8ih. 1846.
N. M. BRUCE,
f. O. CARSON,
Josiah R. Hite Esq , "of Stoystown is
authorised, in the absence of Mr. Carson,
lo settle accounts.
N. M. B.
J. O. C.
Sept. S9. 184fl.
Orphans' Court Sale.
IOT RE All B STATE.
N pursuance of an order of the Or
phans' Court of Somerset county.
there will be sold by public outcry on the
premises, on Saturday, the Slst day of
October 1840, the Mowing real estate,
late of William Silbaugh, deceased, viz:
Two certain tracts or Plan
tations of land, situate in Addison town
ship, Somerset county.
The one called llomeplace, contain
ing about two hundred and thirty nine
acres, adjoining lands of John McClin
tock, James Campbell, Henry Reck and
William Harned, of which about one
hundred and thirty acres is cleared land
and about eighteen acres in meadow.
On which are erected owe livo-and a
half story house, with about two hun
dred fruit trrss and an excellent
on the premises; the place is also well
watered and well timbered.
The other place called Parker, in said
township and county, containing about
ninety six acres, adj ining lands of John
McCliiilork, John llanna, Esq., and
William Harned, of which about fifty
acres is cleared land, about three of
which is in meadow, with two good sugar
camps, a one-and a-half story house, and
thereon erected. The place is well wa
leied sind has about twenty fruit trees
thereon, and is well timbered.
Terms Cne third to remain a lien on
the premises, during the lifetime of the
widow, to secure the interest semi-annually,
of the residue one third in hand, and
the remainder in two equal annual pay
ments, to be secured by judgment bonds.
Attendance will be given by Thomas
Liston Esq. Trustee fir the sale of the
real estate of the said William Silbaugh,
By the court, -
W. 11. PICKING,
Sept.29, 1846. Clerk.
Important ! Asthma Cured,
Putnam, Ohio, May 18, 1841.
12) Dr. I). Jayne, Desr Sir, Doc
tor Uelmeck has used some etrrlu or ten
bottles of your EXPECTORANT, and
has found decided benefit. His health
is better than for several years past, and
his appearance indicates decided im
provement in health. His confidence in
your medicine has induced him to rec
ommend it to his friends, and we are
informed that many of Mi em have been
cured, and others greatly relieved.
POTTS & G RAH EM.
Watertown, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1840
Dr. D. Jayne Dear Sir Your Hair
Tonic is an excellent article. Many
respectable persons also offer their cer
tificates in favor of your Expectorant. I
believe you. medicines are the best prep
arations that have ever been offered to
the public, for the relief of the afRcted,
and for the cureoljihe diseases for which
they were intended.
Your Expectorant I think will soon
be exclusively popular. Yours &c.
The following is from a Physician
It ? m"ch ro5Pec,efl Clergyman of the
Methodist Society, datep Modest Town,
Va, Aug. 27, 1840.
Dr. Jayne Dear Sir I have been
using your Expectorant extensively in
my practice for the last three years, and
ror all attacks of Colds, . Coughs, lnfla
mation (,f lue Lungft Consumption,
Asthma, pam, and Weakness jnf the
Breast, it is decidedly the best meicine 1
hava ever tried
Very respectfully yours,
R- W. WILMANS.M. D,
KTJsthma cured by Dr. Jayne
Expectorant.- Mart Cammll.
of New Haven, Fayette county, haa been
cured of Asthma, of more than eighteen
years coniinuance, kby the use of Dr.
Jayne's Expectorant. She commenced
taking the medicine last summer, and
after using eleven bettles, was entirely
rid of this distressing disease. We are
assured of tl il rurp b it a t 1
j ed veracity, and requested to make it
! nn t i C . I. K - .
mi mc unicnioi otners, -niount
1 Pleascnl (Pa.) Rrg'mcr. ,.
LETTERS of administration, de bo
nis non cum testamenio anr.exo, on
the estate of Shaphet D wire, sen., dee'd,
having been granted to the subscriber,
residing in Turkeyfoot township, Som
erset county, all persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make payment
before the 1 7th day of October next; and
those having claims, to present on or
before said day, properly authenticated.
SHAPHET D WIRE,
September 8. 1846 6t Adm'r.
QWIBATrlBA & WILIS
ClAMEtoihe premises of the sub
) scriber, in Brothersvalley township,
about 2 miles from Berlin, some time in
July last, 8 head of cattle viz:
1 two-year old red and white heifler.
I one-year old black heiffer.
I do old brown heiffer,
1 do black and white do,
! 1 do black and white steer,
i 3 do red and while steers,
No ear marks.
The owners are desired to come for
ward, prove property pay charges, or
they will be sold as the law directs.
Sept. 22. '46
Rockingham Furnace, &c.
rgPHE undersigned will offer at public
J sale upon the premises in Shade
township, Somerset county, Penna , on
Friday the 23d day of October next, the
following valuable property, to wit
430 acres of land, common
ly called the Rockingham Furnace tract,
warranted in the name of James Dunn,
whereon are erected a Furnace stack,
casting house and several dwelling hou
ses. Also I acre of land adjoining the above
with a good dwelling house aud stable
thereon erected, with the appurtenances.
Also at the same time and place a large
amount of personal property, to wit:
15 horses, 2 yoke of oxen,
2 cows, 1 one horse wagon, 1 two horse
wagon, 3 four horse wagons, 1 carl, 1
wagon bed, 2 coal beds, several wheel
barrows, shovels, picks and sledges,
ploughs and harrows, 2 Grindstones, 15
sugar kettles, a lot of stoves of various
kinds, a quantity of hollow ware. 1 set
of smith's Jools, 1 Turning lathe, Horse
gears, a quantity of store goods, Ucd
sieads and Bedding, Household and Kit
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock A. M.
Due attendance and a reasonable credit
will be given by
ept29 H. LITTLE.
AVAR WITII MEXICO!
THE subscriber thankful for past fa
vors, takes this method of informing
his customers and the public in general,
that he has removed to the shop former
ly occupied by him immediately west of
the residence of John L. Snyder, and
one door east of the office of C. F.
Mitchell, Esq., in the Borough of Som
ersel where he will constantly keep on
hand, COPPER and
of. every description, manufactured from
the best materials and in a npat and du
rable manner. COPPEIJ KETTLES.
STOVE PIPE, and oilier
articles in his line of business w: be
made to order on short notice. Persons
wishing to purchase good and cheap ar
ticles are respectfully invited to give him
Approved country produce will be ta
ken in exchange for ware.
JAMES II. BENFORD.
N. B. Also on hand, a number o
Stoves, of different sorts, which will be
Valuable Ileal Estate
F O RSA L E.
nSIIIE subscriber offers at private sale
Bu the following valuable ieal estate
No, 1. a certain tract of
laud situate in Jenner township, Somer
set county, containing about 131 acres,
abou GO acres of clear land of which
about 30 acres is in good meadow; on
which is erected a new one and a hall
story frame house, stable and a large
frame weatherboarded barrr.
No. 2. also another tract
of land situate in said township,
containg about 87 acres and 74 perches.
about 40 acess of clear land, of winch
about G acres is in meadow, whith a Id
story log house and log stable thereon
Yo. 3. also another tract
of land situate in said township of Jen
ner, containing about 1 18 acres, about
25 acres of clear land, of which about 3
acres is in meadow with a small log house
If not sold between this and the first
day of April next.it will then be for
rent on the shares.
The above lands tdjoin Matthew
Black, Joseph Haines, Henry S. Picking,
George Parker and others, and are situa
ted jut at the foot of Laurel Hill, on
the Turnpike road. They are of a good
quality, a large portion is fine bottom
land, and that which is not cleared con
tains excellent limber.
For terms apply to the subscriber re
siding on one of the tracts.
' JOHN B. REED.
Sept. 22, '46. 3m.
WEW DRUG AXB
. IN BE R LI IV
THE subscriber would respectfully
inform the public, that he has just
received and opened out in the Store
room of Jacob Kimmel, Esq., in Berlin,
a fresh and assorted stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Faints,
Dyes and Confectionaries,
which he offers to sell very cheap for
Persons wishing ta purchase articles
in his line of business, are invited to call
and examine his stock.
ap21'40. SAMUEL J. ROWc
NEW STORE AND
ffiSWW' T T7H 'i
THE subscriber has just returned
from the eastern cities, with a well
selected assortment of goods suitable for
the approaching season, which he is now
opening in his brick store, on the north
east corner of the diamond, opposite
Col. Ankeny'a Hotel, (now Wm. II.
His stock embraces all kinds of
Dry Goods, Groceries Hard
ware, C(iicens7care, &C
all of which he will sell clieap for cash
or country produce Thankful for the
patronage heretofore given him, the sub
scriber solicits his old customers and the
public generally to give him a call, as
lie will exhibit his goods with pleasure
and is certain he can accommodate them
with bargains. M. TREDWELL,
Somerset, April 7, '46-ly.
B USIJYE S S.
THE subscriberrespecifully informs
his friends and the public in gen
eral, that he carries on the
Stone Cutting Business
in all its various branches, at his shop
on main street, 2 doors east of George
Piles tavern, and nearly opposite the
drug store of John L. Snyder.
made at the shoJtest notice, and on the
most reasonable terms, and in a manner
that will render them superior to an '
other manufactured t this section of Uit
Grind stones of an excellent quality,
always kept on hand.
Also constantly on hand, marble
Country produce taken in exchange
lor work, at Market Prices.
JJ. M m A. l FJ A A W
fl. Pa.. I
, 1846 ly. S
HOTEL for IIVFALIDS
Drs, Speer and Kuhn.
THE object of this establishment is
to supply a want greatly felt by re
spectable travellers on our western .high
ways by residents, without family, ta
ken sick and by patients from the sur
rounding towns and country who resort
to this place for relief from surgical and
other diseases. Such have often suffered
from the want of the various comforts
and attentions so necessary and agreeable
lo the sick, and from careless and un
faithful nurses; and been subjected to
heavy and unreasonable charges.
Invalids will here be provided with
constant, faithful and comfortable atten
dance, snd at a rate much below the usu
While the care of both physicians will
be extended to every variety of disease,
it js intended by Dr. Speer, to give spe
cial attention to
ALL SURGICAL DISEASES,
DISEASES OF THE EYE.
To these branches nf his profession
he has given a large share of his atten
ion for the last tweniy-five years, and
he will continue to devote to them the
experience acquired by a constant prac
tice during that lime.
The Hotel for Invalids is not an expert
imeni. Its establishment is suggested
not only as necessary to supply an evi
dent want in this city, in the entire ab
sence of any special provision for the
sick, but is warranted also by the success
or similar institutions at Cincinnati and
New Orleans the former under the care
of Drs. Taliaferro, Marshall and Slrader
the latter under that of Dr. Stone.
The building selected for the purpose
is situated at the ccrner of Federal and
Robinson streets, in Allegheny city, ad
joining the city of Pittsburgh. It is
commodious and roo.my, anJ furnished
with all accommodations necessary for
Applications for admission to be made
to the subscribers, at their office on Penn
street, Pittsburgh, or at the establishment.
fC7No contagious diseases will be ad
milted. J. R. SPEER, M. D.
: JJS. KUUNf M. D.
February 5, 1815.
LAND FOR SALE.
I HAVE forty odd acres of land, and
I am not able to farm, ar.d no family,
I would sell reasonable: apply to me,
JOHN M 'GIN MS.
Somerset tp. Sept. 8. 1846.
A JOURS CYM AX CII A1R3I AKER.
A JOURNEYMAN chairmaker, who
JL JuL 's a good workman and of good
moral character and industrious habits,
will find constant employment and re
ceive liberal wages with the subscriber,
by applying immediately.
GEORGE L. GORDON,
Somerset, sept. 22.
HATS mL HATS!
Cheap, Good and Fashionable.
THANKFUL for past favors, the
subscriber would respectfully in
form his old customers and the public
generally, that he continues to carry on the
in all its branches, at his old stand on
main street, in the borough of Somerset,
where he keeps constantly on hand a
supply tof HATS of his own manufac
ture, made of the best materials and in
evpry variety of style embracing.
Fur, Nutria. Russia, Cassimer
Country Dealers will be supplied with
any quantity they may desire for retail,
on short notice and at moderate prices;
and customers can at all limes either have
a choice from among the stock on hand,
or have their hat3 made to order, of any
Qualify or Sfylc.
From his long experience in the busi
ness and a determination to fell cheap,
and at the same time also that his hats
shall not be excelled by those of any
other establishment here or elsewhere,
the subscriber flatters himself with the
hope that he shall continue to receive a
liberal share of public patronage.
The subscriber understands that some
persons have been selling hats as having
been manufactured by him, which are
made elsewhere and he therefore cau
lions the public against purchasing any
as his make, which have not the words
"John C. Kurtz, Main street, Somerset,
Pa., on the tip.
Furs and approved country produce
taken in exchange lor hats.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
seP8 JOHN C. KURTZ.
Worms! Worms!! Worms!!!
11) TO remove these troublesome and
dangerous inhabitants of the stomach
and bowels, which so often impair the
health and destroy the lives of children,
use Jayne's Tonic Vermifuge, a certain
and safe preparaiien for the removal of
the various kinds of Worms, Dyspepsia,
Sour Stomach, Want of Appetite, Infan
tile Fever and Ague, and Debility of the
Stomach and Bowels, and organs of
Digestion, Prepared only by Dr. D
Jayne, No. 8 South Third street Phila
SICK DISEASES are often owing lo
a acromions Habit ot body, and in or
der to effect a permanent cure, ihe orig
inal cause must be removed.
Jayne's Life Preservative, one of the
most pleasant articles ever offered to the
public, has been found not only to cure
Scrofula, under all its multiplied forms,
of Cancer, King's Evil, Goitre, White
Swelling, &c, but also to remove th
disposition of tendency to diseases of
that class, and all diseases originating
from obstructions in the glands or pores
of the skin, or from impurity of the blood
or other fludis of the body.
Prepared only by Dr. D, Jayne, No.
8 South Third street, Philadelphia.
Sold by J. J.eVH. F. Schell.
Also by Edward Bevin,
Philadelphia, Nov 2, 1812.
10) Messrs. Editors: As there arc
many persons who are suffering much
from Humorrhoides, or Piles, I would
inform them, through the medium of
your paper, that after many ye;irs aflic
tion wiih them, and having in vain
sought relief from various physicians,
that I have at length been completely
cured by ihe use of four bottles of Dr.
Jayne's Vermifuge, which has not only
cured me of the Piles but has greatly
benefited my health otherwise.
JAYNE'S LIFE PRESERVATIVE
an Alterative and Duparative Preparation
combining all the medicinal virtues of
those articles, which long experience
has proved to possess the most safe ef
ficieni alterative and cluobstrumcnt pro
prieties, for the cure of Scrofula, King's
Evil, White Swellings, Ulcers. Scrofu
lous, Cancerous and Indolent Rumours,
Gout, Scurvy, Neuralgia, or Tic-Dou-loureux.
Cancer, Goitre or Bronchocele
(swelled-neck) eul jigements of the bones
joints, or ligaments, or of the ovaries,
liver, spleen, kidneys, tc. All the va
rious Disaafes of the Skin, such as tetter
ring-worm, biles, pimples, carbuncles,
fcc.. dropsical swellings, constitutional
disorders, and diseases originating from
a depraved or impure state of ihe blood
or other fluids of the body:
Prepared only by Dr, D. Jayne, No.
8 South Third street. Philadelphia.
Sold by J. J. & II. F. Schell,
Also by Edward Bevin.
DR. S. P03TLETHWAITE.
1U professional nenriro to ,
public. 02;ce in the tui'Jiiv2 f irm-rt. "
copied by Charles Ogle, E., as a law oili.-.
GOOD clean wool will be t;tkrn in
payment of debts due this office, if
For the aire of Hepatites or Liter Complaint
Dyspepsia and Sick Head-AcJie.
PfllllS remedy having been for several vearj
employed by the proprietor in his practice
on very large scale in Monongalia, Preston'
Harrison and Randolph counties, in Virginia, be.
sides several other places, and having been atten
ded with the most happy effects, he has been from
time to time solicited to adopt such a course nj
would give it a more extensive circulation,
a view to lessen the amount of human suffering.
Aware of the fact that many useless nostrum
have been palmed upon the public, he hesitated
for several years until thoroughly convinced that
the above medicine, if properly used, would not
fail to t-flect cures in a great many instances, and
even to alleviate those cases which are quite incu'
Symptoms of a diseased Liver. Pain in the
right side, under the edge of tho ribs, increased
on pressure; sometimes the pain is in the left sido
the patient is rarely able to lie on the left side
sometimes the pain is fell under the shoulder
blade, it frequency extends to the top of the shoul
der, and is sometimes mistaken fr a rheumatism
in the right arm. The stomach is allktcd with
loss of appetite and sickness; the bowels, in gen
ral, aro costive, sometimes altering with lax, the
head :s troubled with pain, accompanied with a
dull, haavy sensation in the back part. There ii
generally a considerable loss of memory, accom
panied with a painful sensation of bavin? left
undone something which ought to have been
done. A slight dry cough is sometimes an atf.cn
dan?. The patient complains of weariness end
debility; he is easily startled, his feet are cold or
burning, and he complains of a prickly sensation
of the scin; his spirits are low; and although ho
Is satisfied that exercise would be beneficial'to
him, yet he can scarcely summon up fortitu
enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts every re
medy. Several of the above symptoms attend
the disease, but cases have occurred where few o
them existed, yet examination of the body after
death has shown the liver to have been extensive
This is to certify, that having been associated
with Dr. M'Lane in the practice of medicine fo r
nearly two and a half years, I have had many
opportunities of witnessing the good ctfects o
his Liver Pills, and I believe they have cured and
relieved a much hrcr proportion of the diseases
of the liver, than I have known cured and r
licved by any other course of treatment.
Dec. 7, 1S3C. OLIVER MORGAN, M.D.'
rXj-OBSEtivE None are genuine without a
fac-simi!e of the proprietor's signature.
Prepared for the proprietor by
JONATHAN KIDD & Co,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, comer of
4th and Wood sts, Pittsburg. Pa,
They are also sold by the following agenta.
John L. Snyder, Somerset,
Hay & Morrison, Lavansvih'e.
Knable and Vought, Centrevill,
M. A. Ross, Pctersburgh,
A. Wyatt, Smithficld,
G. Cook. Wcllersburgh.
Samuel Kurtz, Somerset.
Samuel Harnct. Addison,
Livengood & Welffley, Salisbury.
Charles Krissinger, Berlin.
EJm. Kernan, Jenner Cross roads.
Edward Bevin, Stoystown.
P.& W. Myers, Myers Mill.
N. B. In order that there may be no mistake,
be particular and ask for "Dr. M'Lane's Liver
Da. McLam's Amf.imcax Worm Specific
Promptly expels Worms to em utmost in
TO substantiate the above fact many hundreds
of testimonium rouIJ be adduced, out of
which the followinj are selected. f;om nidiviJ-
ua!s of standing and veracity. Indeed, it is con
fidently affirmed that each new trial nf the pow
org of this remedy will have an additional ten.
dency to widen and confirm its fame, and that if
i were universally Known and Uillused over tha
United States, it would not save less than man
hundreds, if not thonntids of lives annually.
tJkKI lr IUA I Eis
I do certify that a vial of Dr. M'f nne Amen '
can Worm pecifif: cxprlird five hundred and tw
it . . .
wnoie worms and pieces that would have mnde
sixty more, from a hoy cf J jhri I.rwellin;, which.
ii iaiu in a straight line, would have mo.-t probably
measured ihe enormous leneih of one liundrcr
yards. JUSIAH JACKSUN, owner of Wate
Forge, and other works. Monongalia county ,Va
This is to certify that I mirchased from IIoIitim
& Kidd a vial of Dr. M'Lane'a American Worm
Specific, and gave two doses to a boy of mico
about three years years of age. lie passed fully
Halt a pint ol worms. J he quantity was so Ijrgo
I was really alarmed, and called in several of mv
neighbors to we them. Ilsd this story been re
lated to me, I could not have credited it, without
being an eye-witness to the same. Mv tl.iU
health improved much after.
Merchant Tailor, Wood bt, Pittsburgh,
Some two months aero I purchased a vial of Dr'
M'Lancs American Worm Specific. I save a bov
of mine most of a vial; he passed forty very
large worms. From that time his beak!) impro
ved very much. I had tried two other Vermifuge
to no purpose. I believe Dr, M'l.ane's the best
article before the public. D. CALHOUN.
Mifflin township, Allegheny county.
HEAR MEDICAL TESTIMONY.
From a regular Physician, Dr G S Smith, Sun-
Mr. J. Kidd Dear Sir I have used in my
pactice Dr. M'Lane's American Worm Specific,
rud have of:en witnessed its efficacy in expelling
worms fom the system. A patient of mine, a
short time agi, gave a vial of the Worm Specific
to a child; in a short time upwards of sixty-five
worms were expelled.
Prepared for the Proprietor l y
JONATHAN KIDD c Co.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists, comer of
4ih arid Wood sts, Pittsburgh.
Also for Pile by the fallowing agents
JOHN L. .SNYDER, Somerset,
Hay and Morrison, Lavansvjile,
K naMc and Vought, Centrevil!,
M A. Ross. Petersburgb,
A. Wya'.t, Sniithfii-ld.
G. Cook, Wellcrfcburgh.
Samuel Kurtz, Somerset.
Samuel Harrier. Addison,
J.ivcngood & WchHey, Sa'isbury
Charles Kissinger, Deilin.
Kdm. Kernan, Jenner Cros road
Edward Devin, Stoystown.
P. & W. Myers, Myers Mill.
N. B. De particular to s-k. for Dr. M'Lane
American Worm Specific, or Patent Yermifa