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S Q31ERSET, P A.,
TUESDAY, .NOVEMBER 9,. 1847.
FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNI
TED STATES IN 1848.
OOP t Z ACHARY TAYLOR.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
HON. ANDREW STEWART.
.VutyVc r decision. the Whig Party.
KyDuring the best of the hie politi
cal campaign an article "appeared in the
"Herald" of the l2lh ult., impugning the
veracity of Solomon Bare, Esq., of Ia
vansville, by charging hira with circula
ting a report that Gen. Irvin had taken
the "benefit ot the Bankrupt Law.
! Mr. Bare denies having circulated nny
siWh. report, ami from other circumstan
ce nKk'peudent of his denial, we feel
bound to eav. that we believe Mr. Bare
i.liiocCat of the charge. It was made
upon what tte writer deemed good au
thority at. the true, but it originated in a
misunderstanding of Mr. Dare's language,
nvhich was that Irvin had voted for the
Bankrupt law and Pstton had taken the
benefit of it.
We consider it a matter of justice to
Mr.. Bare to make this statement, and to
say further, that personally we have al
ways esteemed and do yet esteem him a
s good and worthy citizen.
PRESIDENCY AND VICE
- PRESIDENCY. '
. During the last fifteen years the Whigs
of Pennsylvania had but one Presidential
candidate who was the first choice of a
a majority of their party. That candi
date was Gen. 'Harrison, and he the on
ly Whig who within the period mention
ed received the electoral vote of the Slate;
and that only on the second trial. Both
Mr. fVirt and Mr. Clay were admitted
to be great and experienced Statesmen,
itut there was nothing in the career of ci
ther that was calculated so to arouse their
friends to action as in the case of Gen.
Harrison. The consequence was, that
neither could lecure the electoral vote of
Pennsylvania. Nor could Mr. Clay
now, though his friends cleave to him
close as ever, carry the State and a sim
ilar fate would await him in most of the
other States in which he was defeated in
1S44. Mr. . Clay, therefore, it is clear,
cannot be the next Whig candidate.
.The .names of Mr. Webster, Mr. M
Lean, Mr. Crittenden, and others, have
keen tne-aVioned in certain quarters as
candidate?; but it must be obvious to eve
ry one in the least acquainted with the
ate of public feeling, that the chances
for' the election of either would . be worse
than 'those of MY. Clay. General Scott
stands more prominent than either; yet
even his popularity would scarcely; be
sufficient to carry him through successful
ly if gainst ihe power and patronage of the
GeheralGoverriracnt. The contest would
he a doubtful one, to say the least of it.
. Our own feelings are with Gen. Scott,
and if we did not entertain doubts of his
mcccss we should 'not hesitate to urge
his nomination.. ' But, fortunately for the
Whigs, they have another man, of ac
knowledged worth and ability, about
whose success there-cannot be a doubt,
and who, when elected, will in our opin
ion be disposed . and able to do as much
for the advancement of Whig principles
as any other man. We need scarcely
tell our readers, that this, man is General
'Taylor. ' -
G'cn. Taylor would be likely to secure
a more zealous-awl general support, not
only in Pennsylvania, but throughout the
Union, than any other man now living.
The fact that he declines being a party
candidate, -cannot form a valid objection
to him with any good Whig, for the very
reason that the Whigs do not desire tc see
the Government administered for the be
nefit of any party whatever, but for the
advantage of the whole people. To our
mind, then, Gen. Taylor is precisely the
man for the Whigs and for the country.
. But the Whigs have need to be cau
tious also in the selection of another can
didate: the one for Vice President. In so
far a? our means of knowing public sen
timent on this subject enable us to ex
press an opinion, we can safely say, that
Andrew Stewart stands prominently be
fore the people for that cfllce. He has
been long in publie lifehas been a stea
dy in J 'zealous ad vocate'of the interests
of the masses and has on all occasions
exhibited a firmness and perseverance
that has -scarcely evef been excelled..
The people know this, and are ready,
nay, anxious, to confer, upon him still
higher honors. He would be a tower -of
strength,, which, when added to the' ac
knowledged popularity of Gen.- Taylor,
would bear down and overcome all ppo.
It: then, the : '.WKi. v-
(irrt as Bu-elv ivv VneV mm'mA Zxtit iTCit- facing . uusierovs battisJ Holland. v-'.Tfc eepb'cf luriovef m
'f eer.IcM vea tt itlnHwi-ef :te icmhuhders on bo! Urta!l rh'mi vup , cuksv;- i ttarriage
;.v; txuvx, tur ccuia tt etc thcia-' sius." , - a t it! thc''.vcafa t well w the men' pt-
dividual trc have named. Let the usual
forms be, foi once, dispensed with. We
need no National Conventions no Stale
Conventions, save for the purpose of
forming electoral t:ckets. Our candidates
can, and ought to be, nominated by the
people in county meetings. Let this be
done without delay. The time and place
for , holding , a State Convention to form
an electoral ticket, can be determined af
JGT'The writ of Quo Warranto, sued
out in the Supreme Court against Judge
Burrcll.' has been quashed by the Court,
on the ground tint such writ can only be
granted when the, application is made by
the Attorney General. Judge Coulter
dissented from the rest of the Court and
delivered a seperate opinion. . --
DPOf the gallant spirits that breath
ed their last on the battle-field at the city
of Mexico, none were mere esteemed
than CapL S. II. Drum and Lieut, R. II.
L. Johnston, ; both of Westmoreland
countv, in this State.
The Jllhany Journal would like a lo
cofoco opinion upon this simple proposi
sition : Whether Polk's "pass" to Santa
Anna or Corwin's speech afforded most
"aid and comfort to the enemy."
ESTThe deaths by yellow fever in
New Orleans, from the 5th of July to the
20th of October, one hundred and seven
days, were 2,544. " ;
D?"Samuer Cleavenger, Esq., died
suddenly at Wayncsburg, on the 1st hist.
g?"Gen. Taylor is reported to be on
his way to visit his family in LouUi.ma.
i i n I i - -' i -
Far the Herald.
"Boots ! Boots ! my kingdom for a pair
of Boots! were the words that were dan
gled in our ears," &.c. Jtsilor. ,.
Have you not, my master, put the ef
fect for the cause' 'i is a queer thing
to have words dangling' in one's cars;
but seems quite rational to suppose that
your "ears" would "dangle" about your
head; especially when your familiarity
with menageries is taken into view.
Though yeu may not be able to imitate
all the beasts iu your catalogue, it must
be conceded that your appendages to your
"upper story" would make you quite an
appropriate "subject" to be trotted a
round the ring" at a "monkey-show."
. fToR the Herald.
"Boots" sends his best respctHs to the
facetious writer for the Visitor acknowl
edges himself conquered, and cries Vmer-
cy !" but hopes he of the Visitor will j
be magnanimous enough not to tell the i
The Norristown Herald says : The a
buse so profusely lavished by the hired
presses of the Administration upon all
who doubt the President's wisdow, does
not seem to prevent the expression of sen
timent treasonable to the party, and of
course, to the country, by locolocos who
do not relish the collar manufactured for
them by Polk, Ritchie & Co. The J1U
bany Alias, a leading locofoco paper,
speaks to its would-be masters in the fol
lowing significant language, and the Sew
York Evening Post approvingly co
pics it :
We say to Mr. Ritchie, and those who
concur with him, go your ways ! You
were warned in time against the agita-
lions and the distracting issues that your
course in relation to the annexation of
Texas would produce. You were im
plored to take Texas without war;
you chose to tajee it with war; and
if now,' at this day, you expect the De-
mocraey of die North to bear the res-.
ponsibility of your measures, they must
at least be permitted to protest.
BEGINNING TO SUSPECT!
The President, it would seem, by the
following remark of the Union, begins to
doubt whether Santa Anna can or will
prove false to his own country:
"If Santa Anna is not so profound or
bold a Statesman as was supposed if
circumstances do not permit hira to with
draw not only from the Sabine, but from
the Nueces. to the Rio Grande, the Pre
sident way have misunderstood the
man, or the circumstances in which he
might be placed."
These "doubts and suspicions come too
late. -They rannot reclaim the millions
of dollars which Santa Anna's return has
cost us; nor can they call back to life the
thousands of 'brave spirits who have fal-
cn. Alb. Ev. Jour. :
A Hard HiT!-The Albany Evening
Journal 'say, The following ; well , direc
ted blow was aimed at President Polk by
Mr. Webster, in hi Springfield pech:
"And, sir," whatever else may be wid
of the circumstance, ordinary or extraor
dinary, that have waited upon th for
tune of the ' President of . tne United
States, it. must be admitted that, m one
respect at least his case is somewhat sin
gular. He has icada . war, ha ha eea
The Norristown Herald says: Years
ro we thought we lived under a Repub
lican Government, a Government of the J
people. - The Executives, whether of the
Stale or Nation, we thought, were created
for the purpose of executing, the will of
the people, as expressed by their repre
sentatives. The idea that any of them
possessed, or could exercise, a powers
which the Monarch of Great Britain and j
France do not possess, and dare not ut
tempt to exercise,, never occurred to us,
In all tli is, it seems, we were mistaken
as will be seen by the following letter
from the Washington correspondent of
the Charleston (S, C.) Courier. Well,
we live to learn, and it may yet be shown
that we may have all the Jorms of free
dom, while the will of one man is su
preme. v' y v
, " Washington, October 7.
'There is no good reason to believe
that Congres will be disposed to limit the
appropriations for the war, still less to
withhold them. . Besides, the Govern
ment will take ttt once, or before Con
gress shall act, such measures as will
lead to vast expenses, and Congress
cannot undertake to repudiate them.
It is a matter of doubt, loo, how far Con
press can exercise any supervisions o
ver the conduct of the tear. If the war
be carried on at all, it must be by the Ex
NEW YORK ELECTION.
Telegraphic despatches from New
York bring the glorious news that at the
election of Tuesday Jast the Whigs car
ried the Empire State by unprecedented
majorities amounting, in the aggregate,
as is supposed, to twenty or thirty thou
sand . . ; ; -
Two-thirds of the Legislature will be
Whig, which will give us a United States
Millard Fillmore, formerly an able Re
presentative in Congress, who is the suc
cessful candidate for the office of Comp
troller of the State, is the highest on the
Whig ticket. .
The majority' in the city of New York
for Hamilton Fish, the Whig candidate
for Lieutenaut Governor, is about 4,0&0.
Except in the county of Schenectady
all the returns thus far received show
nothing but a recapitulation of Whig gains
and Whi majorities. Nat. Int.
NEW JERSEY ELECTION.
At the annual election in New Jersey,
which also took place on Tuesday, we
rpgietto learn that, owing to local causes,
tfie Democrats succeeded in elcrting Dan
iel Haines to the office of Governor, over
his worthy opponent, the Hon. William
Wright, late a Representative Congress.
But, as a snt-o(T to this partial victory of
their opponents, the Whigs have carried
both branches of the Legislature by decisive
majorities. Nat. Int.
Mr. POLK'S FRIEN D SANTA AN N A.
' The American public have daily cause
to admire the foresight and sagacity which
induced Mr. Polk to permit Santa ;Anna
to return to Mexico. " To be sure it
would have occurred to ordinary ' minds,
that a man who would hanrain for a re-
turn to his own country, in order that he
might be able to betray it, was not - much
to be trusted. But Air. Polk is not an
"ordinary mind," and the result of his
negotiation with Santa Anna proves, 1k
yond a peradventurc, that it was the
most extraordinary piece of diplomatic
tact that the world has been called on to
admire. Look at Santa Anna's last pro
clamatioiu Defeated in a series of bloody
engagements, and driven from his capital.
observe what mud and peaceful senti
ments he breathes; admire how exactly
all Mr. Polk's anticipations have been re
alized, and see the policy of permitting
Santa Anna's return amply vindicated.
j ake he following sentence as evidence
of Santa Anna's friendship for this coun
try and desire for peace:
"Mexicans! You will find mc, 33 cvcr
leading in your defence, striving to free
you from a heavy yoke, and to preserve
your altars from infamous violation, and
your daughters and wires from the ex
tremity of insult. The euPiny raises the
sword to wound your noble fronts; do
you draw it likewise to chastise the ran
corous pride of the invader."
How Mr. Polk's eyes must be riveted
on these peaceful sentiments thus gently
expressedvand how must he chuckle in
his inmost soul when he reflects that
Santa Anna owes his power, to hold this
language, to his prudence, to his sagacity
and foresight. Petersburg (Va.) Intelli
gencer. Senator Miller, (or N. J..) on the
War. "The way to restore peace is not
by withholding necessary supplies for the
war, but by withholding our votes from
its authors not . by, withdrawing our
troops from Mexico, but by withdrawing
Mr. Polk from the executive chair. We
will sustain the war for the sake of the
country, and not for the objects' for which
the Executive now. continues it. We
will sustain it until we can, under the
constitution and the laws, (thank God the
time is not far distant,) place at the head
of our national affairs one who will have
the wisdom and the nerve to put an end
to this inglorious 'war.! 'K'-v-X:
1 . 1 ". ' . ; -
Particulars or tnt latj: Flood.
In Old Trappe, Montgomery county.
Shank old tramping ground and ' the
scene of all hi anecdotes, he was heat 63
votes. v But tha two Hanover adjoining
Berk made it up to hira in braes, with
a vengeanca. &,XJ big ha bo cmre chance
in Hanover this tohjsco tcstotalJar in
October 31st, by Rev. J. J. Covert,
Mr. Wk. Able, to Miss Elizabeth
SiirrtET, all of Qucmahoning township.
On the 20th Sept, 1847. by A. Hanns,
Esq., Mr. Godfrey NECJtiiXEa, to Mrs.
Elizadkth Dexrmet. - 1 . . t ' .
Same day by the same, Mr. Frederick
Bowers, to Miss Mart Nec.hh.ier all
j 0f Millard township.
Will meet at the Lyceun Room on
Friday evening next.
Question for Discussion. "Ought the
hours of a day's labor be limited by law."
Leaders in debate Little and McCrecry.
Essayist, , Declairaer,
Geo. Little. ' ' J. J. Schell.
' Win. Adams, Sec'y.
Somerset Guards Attention !
YOU will parade in front of the
Court House, in Somerset bor
ough, on Friday the 12th inst.,
precisely at one o'clock, P. M.
A full attendance is desired, as a
niendments to the. Constitution
will be submitted to the company
N. B. The High Court of Appeal com
posed of the three commissioned officers
and 1st and 2d Sergeants, will be held on
the same day . at the Captains' - office, at
3 o'clock, P. M. or immediately after pa
rade, for the purpose of hearing and deci
ding upon all appeals for fines imposed
since April, 1845, and of exonerating the
collector from such fines as cannot be col
lected. . Those members who have con
stantly absented themselves from parade
and who are determined not to parade a
gain, must pay up all arrearages of fines
and for good cause shown to the Court of
Appeal, they may be, discharged.
The collection of all fines not then re
mitted, Mill be immediately enforced to
the utmost extent of the law without fear
or favor. By order of the Captain, -R.
R. MARSHALL, O. S.
November 2, 1847.
CAME irespijsing on the premisesof
the suhsmbrr residing in Allrehc
ny township, about the 3d of Oeiwbrr
last, a ' ' -
Red and White Cow,
about 6 years old; the owner is rrquest
d to come forward, prove property, pay
charge and take her away, or chc will
be disponed of according to taw.
Nov. 2. 1S47. JOSEPH UPON
P1AME t. the premise of the suh-
J srri5er residing in Milford town
ship, about t!ie 20ih ( laM August, a
supposed to be 2 years o.'d last sprinsr.
no ear mark.-; the owner is requested to
come forward, prove property, pay i har
jes, and take him awa, er he will be
disposed of according to law. .
: nov2.'47-3i DANIEL BAKER.
THERE will be sold at public sale at
the residence of the subscriber in
Somerset township, on Friday the I2ih
lay of November next," horses,- colts,
cows, voujf cattle, - '-
. " Sheep and Hogs,
one broad wheeled wagon, plows and
harrow, grain in the . ground and by
the bushel, hay by the ion. one thrash
ing machine, one ' wind mill, one leu
plate stove and pipe, Itaihaway stove and
pipe, one ...;' ;
Bight Day Clock,
hed-Mead and beildin?, with a variety of
household furniture numerous to men
tion Sale to commence at 10 o'clock
on said day. where due attendance ind
a reasonable credit will be given by the
subscriber. Conditions made known tm
day of sale.
: SIMON CIIORPENNING.
Mov, 2. 1747. ' !
' List of Causes,
UT down for iri.l at November
Term, 1817, commencing on the
loth day, ,
vs W hipkey el ux
vs Ankeiiy & Sinner.
va Millers adut'r
vs Milhoiise and wife
vs Som rset and Mt.
Mo burg -
Pleasant T. It, C,
Chorpennings use vs Auman
Miller s heirs
vs Show ' .
vs Boy ct
vs Benford & banner
Vs Forward & Stew
srt vs Cummir.s -vs
v Baird and Colvin
vs Baughman , r
vs Country mans ad-
AV'evand el al
Hugus ,;, -Sudcr.
Connelly . -r..
y ; ; iiunlstrator . . ,
Thompson's heirs ts Adams el al
Berkey. , . s Knupp ' :
Savior . v . vs Younkin
M'Clatchey : , vs Brooks - r
Treutmau & wife vs T.-outman'e ex'rs
Crossel . vs Same .
Ankeny vt.Brom ; -Ienhart
. vs Lenhart ;
Fream j Fream ex're
WilhelmlcWilhelmvs Peck et al
Kelly s .Pisei;. ; ;
Kowan & Baldwin vs Miller .
Bell et al vs Horner
Wetmer etux . .- VVilson . -Byd
: vs Helderbaura
Waugh r Hite
- A J OGLE, PfotV,
pfothonotary Ola re.
t, Ocu 10, IS
Y the barrel or gallon, a lot of prime
whiskey, at ,
nov2 . SANNER'S STORE.
Gheap W atchss and Je tfelry.
FULL Jewelled Gold . Jt3
Levers fur $10, warran- , yfeX TS
ted. Jacob Ladnnjus, 7v y
No. 243 Markft street,
has constantly on handAXy .."
a large assortment .f&i -
Gold and Silver Watihes, at the follow
ing low prices-
Full JewelledTKoUl Levet. $40 00
. Siver J0 CO
Gold Lepines, full Jewelled'.. 8f 00
SilrcrLepinrs, 13 00
Silver Quaniers. $9 00 10 00
With a Urge assortment of Fine Jewel
lery, such a ear rings finger riajf, bremt
pins, bracelet?, gold and silver pfneds,
gold chains, lias also on hand 5
complete s'rtment of Lunette, patent
and ulain Wmch rtasscs. Main Surms.
Verges, Dials and Uunda of every des
cription; and in fact, a complete assort
ment of Wj.chmakers tools and Watch
Materials, to which he would call the at
tention of the country trade in general.
jQTIose wishing anything in ihe a
bote line, would find it to their advan
tage to call and examine his stock before
Nn. 24G Market street, below 8th,
SepiW-'-n R.n Philadelphia.
Somei'sel County, ss.
V an 0rP',an Conrl ne'tl
iV'' at Somerset in and for said
' j "i
Wli Connty on the 30th day of Au-
'''i?fr gust, I SL". Defore the Hon
orable Judges thereof.
On petition of Abraham Philippi for a
decree of a specific performance of con
tract entered into by John Philippi, Esq.
in his lifetime with Adam Friti and Pe
ter Philippi for a tract of land situate in
Milford townhip. On motion of Mr.
Kiminel the Court grant a rule on the
heirs and li-gal lepresentatives of John
Plnlirpi, 'leceased and all persons con
cerned except those who have waived
to appear at an adjourned Orphans' Court
to be held at Sonietset on Monday the
5Md day of November, 1847, and shew
cause if any they have, why a specific
performance of contract entered into by
the said John Philippi, dee'd, in his life
time, with Adam Friiz and Peter Philip
pi should not be decreed agreeably to the
true intent and meaning thereof, and a
greeably to the act of assembly in such
case made and provided, for the purpose
of completing the tide to the sa'ul Ailaro
Fritz and Peter Philipni, &c.
'I o the heirs and legal representatives
of John Philippi, Esq, deed, and all o
ther persons concerned, . except those
Ycu laying aside all business and ex
cuses are hereby cited to be and appear
before an adjourned Orphans' Court to
be hehl at Somerset on Monday Septem
ber 22d, IS IT, and shew c-use if any
they have,' why a specific performance
of contract ehould not be granted, enter
ed into bp John Philippi, Esq, dee'd, in
his lifetime with Adam Fritz and Peter
Philip)!, should not be decreed agreea
bly to the true extent and meaning there
of -and agreeably to the act of assembly
in uch case mode and provided, fur ihe
purpose of eotnplttiwg the title to the
said Ad.im Fri z and Peter Philippi, izc.
Herein fail nu.
Given under my hand and seal of said
Coutt this SUth day of Ausruot, A. D.
1847. VM. II. PICKING,
. . . a m a
11Ha A I an adiournrtl nrnliana
cort held al Somerset,
riu and far the countv of So
merset., on the 7ih day of Sep
tember, A. IJ. 1847. Present
the Honorable Jeremiah S. Black, Presi
dent, and Ceo rue Chorpenning and
John MeCarty associate Judges vf the
same courl. '
On petition r.f Peter Herring the court
grant a rule on the Executors' of Adam
Cundle, deceased. Adam Maurer and
Henry J. Htiple irnsttes for the sale of
the Weal Estate cf John Cundle. de
ceased, widow sod heirs of John Gundle,
deceased, Joseph Miller'the purchaser
and all oiher persons interested, to ap
pear at an adjourned Orphans court, to
he held sit Somerset on Monday the 2d
day of November, 1847. and then and
there show cause if any you have, why
the said Adam Maurer and Henry J.
Heiple trustees as aforesaid, should not
pay the petitioner Peter Herring, the
sum of five hundred dollars with the in
terest due thereon from the years 1826,
Ui'ZQ, 1832. 1835, and 1838, respective
ly, out of the funds arising from the sale
of the Real Estate of said John Gundle,
Tii the Executors of Adam Oundle,
deceased, Adam Maurer nd Henry J.
Heiple, trnstee for the sale of the Rea'
Entte of John Gundle, deceased, Jo ph
Miller ihe puichaserof said Real Vlsizla
and alt other persons interested
You laying aside all bu:,ieVg and ex
cuses are hereby rited U4 be and appear
before an adjrn,-ne Orphans Courl to
be held al Swhi on Monday ihe 22d
day of NQvi,l4ert A. D. I84J" then and
there to shw ranee if any ycu have,
why ya should not pay the petition-r
Petr Herring, out of ihe funds arising
fnn the sale of the real estate of John
bundle, deceased, he sum of fare hun
dred dollars with the interests due there
on from the years 1823. I8i9. 1832,
1835. sad 1838. -'herein fail nuM .
Given under mv h ind and ihe seal of
iaid court at Somerset Septumber 7,
i84r.- - . '
W. H. PICKING.
- Ofiobef2a, 1817. Cktk.
NEATLY - AND KFEDiTlOUJLY
txrciTi 17 tuts Ottltt-
Ejchr;? fcaiifc fv Mh;4 pWfm
Mer. if. M a. hiuk par'sJjrut!'
Jki of I'hjJjJifpIw'a r! Si. CWrwilai
(t'irarJ par Mtn
L'i.fn-iTrufjiitown pXr .i---n
Vflcn'et cpualf par ilini iwtl I3'ik
Uciawarn Cu prr.'oiupjJms da
KurtJi'ranil par?2aieUIj "
Culumlb b.ijc; pr'Put,narn
IXaylestoWD !( wrWcwc-ter
Far. ttk Readin
Fr tA Duck
Itriraster Ca bank
Uniied Stte tank
TrnKlia Dk Calurttui
5?u.ufh3ona Co Lk
hellish cnunlr bart SO.'KcioU "
Carlisle i Granville -
Erieltnk - j'Farmrri pk CanLon -til
Farmers and Drovers' ilTrbana CO
Bank. Wavacibun -i .VARi JAD.
baiUmore lnr.ki par
Ut. & 0. R. P. bVrip It)
Far. Lkof Maryland -
.Far.iM.bk Frederick "
Yoik Dar.k ".rreJcrK-k co bank
Wct Branch bank jHafjf rstown bank. M
Relief JVotes Mineral bank
Merebanta St Stan Lk Tatapwo bank
ritU. relief notea par. Waihington bank
t.ilj Sc County Serip j Bink of Weatminstfr
Caps! Caps!! CapslI!
Ti fEN and Bos Fur, floth, Plash,'
Seal and Glazed caps, very
J. M. HOf,DERnAUMS Store.
50,000 Victims everv year
fall a prey to conslmp,
TION. ASTHMA AND RAI
SING BLOOD, HECTIC
FEVER AND NIGHT
Mrs. Adams, 1 2Gth street, Harlem,"
suffered a year with a cough, pjin in the
chest, night sweats, and all the aggrava
ted symptons of Consumption; noihinj
relieved her till she tried Sherman's
Balsam half a boJtleeured her.
ULCERATED LUNGS AND LIVE R.
Mr. E. T. Lawrence, Jackson street,
Brooklyn, after (years f suffering, and
treated by various phys'icinis, was pro
nounced incurable frm ulcerated lungs
as was supposed, he tried the Balsam;
its effects were most; miraculous; two
bottles cured him.
PLEURISY AND CONSUMPTION.'
Mrs. Baggas, residing a 88 Sheriff
street, 70 years old, has been subject u
attacks of pleurisy and consumptive
coughs fr years. Th Balsam has
saved her from very treat suffering.
ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION?
L' J. Beals, 89 Delancy-sireet gave it
to his sister-in-law who had been an in
valid for years from Asthma; to another
considered as in consumption. It re
lieved lhera at once, so that they travel
led several hundred milss.
Is always alarming. It leads to the
worst kind of Consumption, and unless
arrested in time is gtmeraUy fatal. Sher
man's Ail-Healing Balsam is the best
remedy ii heals the wounded or ruptured
blood vessels of the lungs, and thereby
effects a permanent cure, while other
remedies only stop the blood for some
time. A few doses of this Balsam will
satisfy ihe most skeptical that it is thet
roediciue required It has been success
ful in many cases, and that too whera
ihey had run into a rapid decline, or, j
msre gereraliv expressed, HASTY
CONSUMPTION." Young persons,
or those of middle age, are more sv.Sjsci
to these attacks than th aged.
Price 25 cents and SI pet Uoi!.
Sold by the following duly sppoiatetl
Agents for Somerset coonly, Pa.
J.J. & H. F. rschell, Soosersat,
Snyder & Zimmerman, Stoystown,
Edmund Kiernan, Jemrr x Roads.
Phillippi Al Kiernan. Roxbury,
Chas. Krissinger, Berlin,
P. & W. Meyer, Meyer's Mill,
Miller & DivelyrSJiabury,
Grantsville, 51d. ;
S. C. H. McChesuey, Smithfieid,
Samuel Elder, Petersburg!!,
Peter Levy, Davidsville,
Elias Stahl, .Mount Pcla.
Likewise Dr. Shermans McJicstel
Lozenges, Tooth Paste, and Poor Man's
COUGH LOZENGES. Theee Ln
zenges are a safe, moft su;e stid effectual
remedy for coughs an.. colds, tightness
of the lungs or rbst. &c.
WORM LOZENGES.-These Worm
Lozenges, have been prated iii more
than 1,400,000 cases to be the infa!iib!?j
tfon!y certain worm itesXfo) in g med
icine ever discovered. L was reserved
for Dr. Shefmsh fo invent a medicine tt
destroy worms that children woLld At.
Children will uke these Lolenges und
cry fcr more.
DR. SHERMAN'S TOOTH PASTE.
A premium Denrri'fice. ihe best article
known fuir cleaning and whitening ihe
teeth, slfengtherting lha "gCras, sweeten
frig: the breatln -
SHERMAN'S TOOR MAN'S PLAf
TER. -The best sirengshe'aing philer
in the world; a . sovereign remedy for
pains or weakness in the h:Ac, luiMt,
sides, breast. &c. ' "ike. 'Otie milKoVi a
year will not supply ihe demand . War
ranted lh Utt ;.ii;l"chcjpcst. Vat that
will Drove ih'tj fA':t. - -
CAMPlfOll LOZKNnE.S celehr
led J.r Vvii alm'ojil itnnj'eifiaVe rtriirf in
neryons 'nd '?rk h'ej'dhe. p-iij''.afiou
6f the h'e-rt. hkncss of Si'irjU. c.
1 hi hoW " L-zcn I'ooiii Pdsta
a n'l rhMr-f. s-dd hv Mi hn 2enU
Hi l?r. Shtrii?! All llcilin Batssmi