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UNABATED ATT It ACTIO)*!
ir i* NEW CHEAP CASH STORE continues to bo the great resort of all
■ ff|\ people in want nt' good and cheap goods of every description. Goods
M V,t,- store at ieast TVVEXTY PER CENT, lower than any other store in Lew
-fow,' fhe ourchases being made in Philadelphia and New York for cash of the importers and
manufacturers, enables the subscriber to get goods lower than all other merchants, as lie buys
t nnaritities sufficient to ntakc at least ten per cent.; and ogam, the amount of his business be
inemuch larger than any other store, and nearly < qual to 'he business <•? a! the others com
bined enables him to sell at a very small profit, and be does assure ue peopl" f v; tjwn
ofid Of the surrounding country that he will continue -this eyaten of bustrv , AIM respectfully
nvitcs the attention of the public to his
Tremendous Assortment of Goods,
arrangeJ in his commodious show rooms. Tlic stock of goods is the largest, and the assort
inent the most extensive by far, of any other establishment between Philadelphia and Pittsburg,
and comprises every article wanted. Many kinds of goods are kept an this store not to be
found in other places, and will positively be-sold ■ 1 i.t.adeiph a prices.
Please remember that it is a custom amongst storekeepers generally, to put down the prices
of leading articles, such as Sugars, Muslins, &.c., lor the purpose of giving the public the im
pression that they are selling goods very cheap. This is one of the tricks of trade, and is not
practiced at this establishment All articles will be off- red at the same rate of profit. Broad
Glottis will be sold at very small advance as well as tip is • ,r. Enough said, call and see for
yourselves, and be convinced of the above facts.
" Lewistown, Oct. 27, 1849. C. L. JONES.
BOOTS .AVW SHOES,
OF everv quality, siz<\ and price imaginable, now opened in the large show room at
' 1 ' C. L. JONES'
Lewistown, October 27, 16*0. Xew Cheap ( asli Store.
\ LARGE stock on hand, and selling 20 per cent, lower than the lowest. Before pur
chasing elsewhere Le sure to call at JOSIES'
I.ewistown. October 27, 1549. A' w Cheap Cash Store.
Of ]*evv, Superb and Cheap (Hoods!
Buy cheap, while sluggards sleep,
And you will have goods to wear and keep.
AS everybody seems to be engaged this year in blowing his own trumpet as to what he or
they can do in the Dry Gonads and Grocery line, we have had half a mind to try our hands
at the business, but several
CAR AND BOAT LOADS,
comprising all the latest styles of rich and costly goods, having just arrived, wc concluded to
hold on to the usual mode of advertising. We therefore beg leave to announce to our custom
ers in Mifflin, Union, Centre, Huntingdon ar.d Juniata counties, that besides receiving
we have just returned (for tlie fourth or fifth time this year) from the city with about a- Com
plete and elegant an assortment of
id J) J J) JUS 3 £ ft DO 3
ns was ever seen in this or any other country town, embracing every description and style ot
ill that i 9
ilrb), Heat, anb JFassfuouatilr,
at prices varying from a tew cents to dollars per yard. In other kinds of goods we can show
in quality and price, whatever others can produce, and a considerable sprinkling that cannot be
found elsewhere—especially in
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, SATLNETTS,
and, we will venture to add, in FALL ana W I.\ TER GOODS GEXLRA EL 1. Of
Bonnets, Carpeting. Ready-made Clothing, Boots. Shoes, Hosiery.
and numberless other small matters, the inquiry need hut be made to satisfy any one that they
have all been selected with care, purchased at a low price, and as a necessary consequence are
offered lor sale cheap. Our
Groceries, Fish, *V r..
are also very low, and offer strong inducements to persons in town and country to callutul
Since opening our establishment here we think we have fully demonstrated that, as a genera!
thing, u>e sell as low as the very lowest, IF SOT A MTTLE IAJWF.R. We do riot profess to sell
one, nor two, nor three articles at a very low price, but we do profess to sell K\ KRYTHING
in either the Dry Goods or Grocery line so cheap that we are confident that our friends ev
erywhere will be the gainers by giving us a call and making their purchases.
For past favors we are duly thankful, and shall be pleased to wait on all old customers nml
any number of new ones who may be attracted to our establishment by toe reputation <i na- ac
quired as being the cheapest store in Lewistown.
Lew is town, October 20, 1549. ISUSBALM, BliO I iilbHS.
f Til Oil AS' "
Between Swartz's and McDowell's Taverns,
Sj K H I S T O XV \ .
And ail about '1 fuamasN filing g< ols so CHEAP. 1 have a large ss<ui:nei.t of
1 loots and Shoes,
ami LADIES' and -MISSES' CI A ITERS, made by the beat of workmen ; a variety of
33rg <2Toofc.3, (ftvoctirirs, anD HfQuovg,
ol the best kind ; among which are some \r r y choice BRANDIES and a Hineiaor
article of STOUTON HITTERS; also, POWDER. SHOT, and LE A D ; lUO but
rela best Monongnbet.a WHISKEY. .1 TMO\l\S
October 13, tftmiy. Between SuarlTs and McDomil N Taverns.
(TontDOunK Svuy of
Td Hie best Medicine yet for Coughs, Cold*, Consump- •
fAsthma, r?pi:iir.g of Biood, Ac Read Ihe fnl- j
low ing :
November 13th-IP4S J
Tear Sir— 1 take great ple.aeaie in ■ aying to yon that
Mr*. Koii has been entirely relieved of her cough by the
use of your Syrup of Wild Cherry. It had continued fur
fully cibteeo months. Fhe lind used severel prcpara
lions of t!:u Wild Cherry now in popular use, but not
with the slightest benefit, until she took yours. Bhe on
ly took six bottles, and 1 am pleased to say she Is now in
I good health. Every one who saw Mrs. Ross thought !
her in a deep decline. LEWIS P. ROSS,
No. IX7 S. Charles Street, Baltimore, Captain of tSrhoon
er O. K., Cambridge Packet.
In Clergyman's sore Throat it is truly a "Sovereign
! Balm," as the Odd Fellow, Washington county, Mary
! land, of June Oth, is is, says. Price 7a cents a Bottle.
Prepared and sold by MARTIN A VVHITEI.EY, at
their wholesale Ding Store, 4b S. Calvert Street, B.ilti- .
And for SIIP by F. J. HOFFMAN and
YVATTSON & JACOB, Lewistown; ALEX
ANDER RUTLEDGE, Williamsburg, Huntingdon
coualy. [June 30. 1849—1y.
PT'II'IC Proprietor of this valuable remedy
tbr Worms, introduces to his friends and
the public, his Celebrated Vermifuge. Read
DECATUR TOWMHIHF, Mitttin county, \
September 11th, 1810. i
DR. S. F C;HKF..\-.
Hespected Friend —'Two of our children having keen
severely artlicted this summer with Fever and Ague, and
having checked it four different times by the use of the
1 regular remedies, still they complained of pains in the
legs, bowels, head, and in fact in the whole system; vora
cious appetite, fever, great diarrhma, Ac, and after hav
ing used all the remedies thought suitable for the above
symptoms, I concluded that they both had Worms, and
! accordingly gave each of them (the one nine years of age
i and the other 7) two tea-spoonfuls apiece of your valua-
Me Vermifuge, and in three hours from the time of their
taking the above smalt doses, the youngest passed FIVE I
of the largest teorms I have ever seen. The oldest boy
i passed a solid ball of teorms (it may appear incredible, but
it is truth) as large us a walnut, and both have been get
] ting well fast since.
• You may make the above public if yon think proper for
the benefit of others, and for the purpose of introducing
i your valuable Vermifuge in Decatur township.
Yours, Ac., D. B. FISHER.
The cbove valuable Vermifuge is prepared
and sold by Dr. S. F. GREEN, at the Lewis
town .Medical Depot, No. 11.
September 2'J, 1849.
Elulsaiai, liCizenjrexA Planter,
Dr. Sherman's OEOSJiOX IA N, or .ill-
For the rare of Cunri.mptinn, Aftkna, Dy.'prpt e Cult
sumption. Spitting of Blood, fironrb tits, Difficulty of
Breathing, ILareiHefS,lnfluenza, Croup, Coughs,
Coldr. Fains in the Breast and Side, Dyspep
sia, and tit various af'rttone of the
Stomach and Liver
Th>* great celebrity which this remedy bae-nbtmned
among those who are acquainted with it* virtue*, and are
rejoicing in its effei Is, hi* induced the Proprietor to give
it the name of OL<JSA OA*/ '.V, t)H ALL JiF.A/.f.Vf)
BALSAM, to distinguish it from all other Remedies now
in use. LIS combination is the result of more than T IXTV
YEARS experience, and lie believes IT to be the ni"*t perfect
remedy known—for it li t* been used by thousands of per
sons, and in all instances with the most decided benefit
For References or Certificates of Remarkable Case* of
long standing and considered beyond Hope, *ee a smal.
Book furnished gratis by the Agents to all who dt sire tt.
The suffering* which children frequently undergo from
WORKS often tend to a fatal termination, while the C AI SK
i* nevpr suspected Offensive breath, picking at the nose,
grinding the teetli during sleep, starting up in sleep wiih
fright and screaming, troublesome rough, and ft verish
ness, are among some of the riOMislkr s\ KCTonsof the
presence of vvurins A timely use of
SHERMAN'S WORM LOZENGES,
will immediately remove all these unpleasant symptoms,
and restore tojierfect health.
Consumption, influenza,cough*, colds, whooping rough
tightness of the lungs or chest may be cured by a proper
Sherman'* COI'GH LOZE!\ GES.
Jfcadeirkr, patpitafkin of the heart, lowneof pirif,fea*
kknefn t faint nr 8?% rtmlir, tpasifls, cramp*
, of th** stomach, iummr or bowel coniplairttdy Arf quickly
ami t:ii!irly fclitfV*d by tiding
Sherman's CAMRHOII LOZENGES.
hf.rnmnitjtutf \v ak Nack, pain anl WPfikriMn of th
br-a*t,tni k, tifnh v ait<l otli#r pari* of th#* body irr *pc# Uily
sintl rtf'Ctualiy relieved by
Sherman's Poor Man's Piaster,
whn li cost* only 121 rents, is w illiin the teath of all it
has his name with dircition* printed oti the back of the
Plaster and a far fno.ti of the Dcto. ■ written name
mob i ine iltieciiou' Nout other. :c genuine or to be
rein or Dr Shei;.. . -. W.-.r if No 106 Nassau
*tieet, New York
Whole-ale Agent tor Ibis county (MiAS.
RITZ. IrVc. • 1848-1 y.
J UST received, a large stock of Ground
Alum Silt—l 4 cents per bushel und $1 7">
per eack. (fev~To dealers a liberal discount
off these prices will be made.
ma 20,1849. F.J.HOFFMAN.
| YARDS of neat figured
CASHMERES , 4-4 wide,
and sellinr at 12.1 cents per yard nt
0cf.29. NUSBAU.M, BROTHERS.
I). IfDlilD I IF,
WOUId) respectfully inform their irictulg
and the public, that they still continue
to carry on the MARHLE 11VS1SESS in
all its various branches, at their ohi stand,
Corner of THIRD and F.l LLEY St w,
where tliey have constantly on hand MARBLE
MAN'I ELS, T O M BS, MONUMENTS,
GRAVE STONES, &c. All kinds of
PLAIN & ORNAMENTAL
work executed with ne it ness, and on the most
reasonable terms. Thankful for the liberal
patronage extended to them, tliey still solicit
tt continuance of the same.
Orders from any part of the country, through
mail, attended ti wuh fn'curiicy and depaleh.
March 17, It 17 II
jflartiift & Whilelcj'*
i NATIONAL TONIC,
A certain Cure for Ague, Fevei,
IN our summer and fall mouths many sections nf our
country are prostrated by 811.L10U3 FEVER and
AGUE anil FEVER.—It has "been our particular study to
find out some remedy to slop this dreadful scourge, and
think, in this TONIC we have effected this great object.
1 It is also we think the very best remedy in Dyspepsia,
and If our directions are fellow mi, will nut fed to effect
In a letter dated, May 23d, 1849, our Agent, Mr Elias
Kaub, of Wriglitsville, York county, Pa., says:—l have
: never known any remedy for Fterr and Ague equal to
your invaluable National funic. Tt lias given universal
satisfaction, and lias cured cases of Ague of years stand
ing, and after the failure of rill ml.er medicines made use
of. Mr. Henry Heversou, of the same place, says in his
certificate, dated 22,1 March, 1819, ' I applied to a nurnbei
i of Physicians, and also used a variety of tlie most popu
lar Ague Mixtures at different times, but all without ihe
, desired effect; no permanent cure having been affordi d.
1 was at length induced, at the recommendation of your
worthy Agent at this place, to try a bottle of your Na
tional Tonic, and to iny great satisfaction, before I hid
used half of it. I felt completely cured, though I contin
ued the use of it till ! had taken two bottles.' In a joint
certificate from Messrs. Miles Hoke, William Blacksoti,
and a trues D. Broxvn, of ihe same place, they say—'Hav
; ing tried nearly all the remedies within our reach with
out success, we at last purchased sotne of your National
Tonic , whii h has completely cured us. We, therefore,
cheerfully recommend it to the notice of all persons af
flicted with that terrible disease as the best remedy yet
Bee the Pamphlets, which you can get from one of our
Also, Dr. Martin's Purgative Pills, the best now in use,
in all cases where a purgative is needed
g> Prepared and sold bv MARTIN Ac. WIIITFLEY,
Wholesale Drug Storey No. 1S s. Calvert st , Baltimore.
FOR sale by F. J. HOFFMAN and V\ ATT
SON &. JACOB, Lewistown ; and by ALEX
ANDER RUTLEDCB, VViliiamsburir, Huntingdon
county. June 39, 1849—1y.
The Grand Purgative for the cure of
Headache, Giddiness, Measets, Salt Rheum,
Rheumatism, Piles, Heartburn, Worms,
Dyspepsia, Scurvy, Cholera Morbus,
Small Pox, Jaundice, Coughs, Quinsey,
Pains in the Back, Whooping Cough,
Inward weakness. Consumption, Fits,
Palpitation of the Heart, Liver Complaint,
Kitting in the Throat, Erysipelas. Deafnecs,
Dropsy, Asthma, Itching of the Skin,
Fsvers of all kinds, Colds, Gout, Gravel,
Female Complaints, Nervous Complaints,
and a variety of other disease* arising from impurities of
tile blood, and obstructions in the organs of digestion.
The aversion to taking medicine is elf.-ct.talli removed
by CLICKENER'S VEGETABLEPiIUGAI IVEPILLK,
being completely enveloped with a coating of pure white
sugar (which is as distinct from the internal ingredients
as a nut *h>-ll from the kernel) and hate no tas'r of medi
cine bot us ea-tly swallowed as bit* of candy. Moreover
tliey SEIRTIFCK * N SEATE O OBIPE, but operate equally
upon all the diseased parts of thu system. Thus, if tuc
liver be afleetrd, one ingredient will operate on that
particular organ, and, by cleansing it of any excess of
bile restore it to it* natural state. Another w ill operate
on the blood, while a third will effectually expel what
ever impurities n.ay have been disi harged into the stom
ach, and hence they strike at the root of disease, thus se
curing a free and healthy action to the heart, lung*, and
l.iver; and theiebv they restore health even when all
other means have failed
The enure truth of the above can he ascertained by the
trial of a single box ; anil their virtu - s are so positive and
certain In restoring health that the proprietor hinds him
self to return the money paid for them in altcases xv here
they do not give universal satisfaction.
Retail price 23 cents per box.
l'rincipal office No. fdi Vesey street, New York
s>Remeniber lr C. V. thickener i* the inventor of
Sugar floated I'll!*, and that nothing of the sort was
ever heard of until he introduced them in June, R*43.
Purchasers should, therefore, always ask for Clickener's
.Sugar Coated Vegetable Pills, and take uo others, or
tliey will be made victims of fraud.
Wholesale Agent for this countv, CHAS.
RITZ. * [l)ec. 23, 1848—ly.
HARRIS, TURNER HALE s
< oiiipoiiml Syrup oi'Kpigelia
or Vegetable Vermifuge,
The most effectual, the safest, pleasant est
and most convenient Worm Medicine
ever offered '.o the public.
mi IF. SPIGKLIA, says a work of highest authority,
-L stands at the head of the hat of Anthelmintics or Worm
Medicines. It i* adapted to a wider range of rases, and
to a greater variety of ronstimtions and states of the
constitution, than any other. But prepared as it com
moiilv i*, in the form, of tea, it can seldom be given to
children in sufficient dose* in Harris, Turner t Hale's
Compound Syrup, it ;s so concentrated that the dose is
very smali, so combined as to ensure n purgative opera
tion.. and o pai.'.table s to be taken, not only with ease,
but with positive pleasure
The precise composition of this jrup and the mode of
preparing it, are the result of a series of experiments
continued for years Before offering it for sale, it was
subjected to the tP't of experience in the hand* of emi
nentphysicians, in Philadelphia and elsewhere, who have
recommended it in the highest terms, and still employ it
in their practice in addition to tin* evidence of its mer
its, we offer the following, selected ftoin a number of un
Ist A distinguished physician of Virginia, of much
experience, writes of it thu* :
'"I should have written before this, but felt disposed
first to try the efficacy of your Vermifuge. I have used
more th in half the quantity received,and the experiment
has been most successful. I really belitre that it posset
see ailed stages orer any other Frrmif ape I hare rrer used
Independent of the Slimline*# of the dose, and the plea
■laiitne*, of the syrup (great advantages in dosing eh' -
dren) the advantage of administering it under a variety
of circumstances, enhances it* value; indeed tin re i>
scarcely a condition iff the system in winch it may not
be administered. Yours, Arc."
2.1 A respectable physician of 1-ebanou county, in thi*
" I have been in the habit of prescribing ><Mr Compound
Syrup of Spigelia for some time past, and have found it
: an excellent worm medicine, particularly for children. —
Please forward per bearer 2 do/., bottle*. Yours, Ac."
3d.- An intelligent merchant of Virginia to w hom we
had previously sold the syrup, writes ;
"Since my return home, 1 find that your Syrup of Rpl
gelia has come into general use in this neighborhood. We
have sold what we had on hand, and it gave such satis
faction that it is now called for evey day. You will please
put us up or 0 do/.eu in a small package,and send to the
( are of \V. Anderson & (In., Kiihmond, as soon as possi
ble, and forward the bill per mail.—Your*, Ac."
-itit \ respectable merchant of Ohio, im a late visit to
Philadelphia, stated, that some time since he had been ap
plied to by a customer for a vial of ——'s Ver
mifuge for liis son. Not having the article asked for, he
advised a trial of Harris, Turner A Hale's Compound
Kyrupof Spigelia and gave him n part of at. il/cw hich
wa* all that remained in Ibe store. A day or Iwo sfter
this the gentleman returning to the store, expressed his
surprise and delight at the effect of the Syrup, dei taring
it had expelled 2IKI worms and entirely relieved his son.
fin- men bant added an ex prcsslon of In* great regret that
lie hid not had mi hand* a boltluof I lie Svrupat the time
when Ins own little daughter died, as he confidently be
lieved it would have saved her life.
Mb \ gentleman of Hudson, N. Y., having sent a bot
tle of Harris, Turner A 11 lie's Compound Syrup of Spt
gelia, to a young friend w ho li.nl tried in vain u great num
ber of wotm medicines,Write*,that hi* friend was imme
diately relieved ; the words of the patient were ; " It took
every worm out my body." ,
MANUFACTURED ONLY HY
HARRIS, TURNER & 11 ALE,
Wholesale Druggists , .Yn. 291 Market street,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Surgical
and Obstetrical Instruments, Druggist#' Glassware, \\ m
doxv-glass, l'ainls, Oils, Dye#, Pertuinerhis, Ac., Ac., and
exiluiive manufacturers of Hnrti-, Turner A Hale's
Rug ir Coated Pills, Huxli im's Liniment for the Pile*,the
llanbridge Hair Tome, Lberii * Eye. Water, Mr*. Madi
son'# Unrivalfi d liulelllble Ink. Ho wees' Celebrated Nerve
ami Hone Liniment,or Magic Pain Extractor, Mrs. Sliora
wood's Extracts of Lemon and V.iuitla.foi flavoring Pud
ding*. lee i reams. Ac , A r
For salt* by DEALER* in DRILLS jjfttiPrally in
GT ntr<\ MIRTJM AND Jnnia'a EOTINIIPS. [ntiA—lF
A N D
Life and ileallh are in the lilood.
Not one of all the numerous medicines thst hare been
prepared, begins to be of as great medical virtue, power,
and uufailing certainty to cleans; nnd purity, produce new,
healthy blood, and strengthen arid invigorate the whole sys
This I'urifier is the most wonderful and eistonithing rem
edy in the world. No other medicine has effected such al
most tniraeuloua cures of
Scrofula, Fever Sores, Salt Kheum,
SYPHILIS, and other e.rnptive and shin diseases, rlz.: Fry
sfijclas. Sores, Ulcers, Ulcerated Sore Mouth and Throat„
Nursing Sore Mouth, Scald Head, Riles, Piles, Pimples on the
Face, liheumalism, LITER COMPLAINT, and many other
diseases. THOUSANDS of such diseases have been cured
by ttiis PURIFIER, and cured by the use of FOUR
Less Quantity, at Less Cost
by four-fold, than ever such diseases were before or Since
cured, by Sarsaparilla, or any other remedy. What, then,
is the question for those interested to decide, as to economy
and health? FIRST— WiII it cure my complaint f SEC
OND— Is U cheaper i THIRD— WiII
ONE DOLLAR'S WORTH
of BRANTS PURIFIER effectively cure FOUR TIMES
much disease as one dollar's worth of Sarsaparilla ? If it
will, then it is FOUR TIMES CHEAPER than Sarsapeu
rilla. And to prove this we o&r one case of cure, out of
the many cases cii
MOST HORRID SCROFULA.
To realize the poaser of this medicine as a purifier,
read, in our Pamphlets, the perfect cure effected on Mr. J.
II Ilaskiv, of Rome, Oneida county, N. Y. He wag confined
to his tied One Year —was not expected to live twenty-four
hours longer —his neck was eaten nearly off, from ear to
ear—a hole was eaten through the Wind pipe —bis ear nearly
eaten out—the use of one arm destroyed —an Ulcer, as large
us a man's hand, had nearly eaten through his side—and
there were on him, in ail.
Twenty Large, Deep, Discharging Ulcers,
which were ALL CURED, and he restored to health and
strength to labor again, by the use of ONLY TWELVE
ROTTLE3. This wunderfol cure is certified to by
Fourteen Respectable Witnesses.
And it is the greatest cure, the most undoubtedly substantiat
ed, of one of the most horrid and most hopeless eases of
Scrofula, that has ever been cured since the world was cre
ated—completely establishing the great power and certain
Jficaep of the medicine.
Virtues of the above-named Prwntko Kxtract. mid also
posse -ice several otlicr medications, particularly and pecu
liarly adapted to cure COUGH. 4 ? and CONSUMPTIONS. It
heats and cures I'iccrs in the Lnnzs. and elsewhere internal
ly, as readily ami ;.* ea*'iiy the Purifying Estiact heals
and cures externally.
Thousands of cures of the most hopeless Consumption
fully prove its almost miraculous efficacy in ail diseases of
the LUNGS, THROAT, and BREAST.
A DYING WOMAN SAVED I
We give the following certificate as a fact of cure, which
goes to prove the power to save life, even when the person
seems to le hi the very i-.-t stages of existence, when Brant's
Indian Pulmonary Balsam is administered :
Town of Uollston, Saratoga Co., .V V —ss. /.iBA DYKF
man, being duiy sworn, ny : That in the winter of 1845.
deponent'- wife was believed by her physician and others to
be dying with a consumption of rhe lungs: and deponent
believing that to Is- the ca-c. went to Mr. John Wait's store,
ill the village of Bail stem S/m, to purchase cloth for a shroud,
and other -loci -.tries. to prepare his wile for burial after
she should die. It- poaent further says, that while lie was in
said IVail't store, he wa jicrsnsdcd bv the Proprietor of
• BRANTS INDIAN PULMONARY BALSAM." who was
then present, to take a bottle ot said Medicine —he remark
ing. that if the dying woman lie now past recovery, yet, if
she be much oppressed and distressed, the said medicine
would soothe and relieve her. and make the pillow of
death more easy. Deponent took the said medicine home
with him. together with the cloth he hud purchased pre
paratory to the anticipated dt ath of his wife. Deponent
caused a portion of raid m-diciue to be edm-uistered to
his wife, and to hi* astonishment it soon relieved her
She continued tie- use ot said medicine until she recov
cred from her disease, and has been ahle since (it being
now more than three years! to do the work, and attend to
all her household affaire : and deponent verily believes that,
through tlie blessing of Providence, the restoration to health
of his wife was the result of the curative and healing effi
cacy of Brant's Indian Puimcnary Balsam.
Subscribed and sworn to. before me. this 2?th day of April,
1848. THOS. G YOUNG. Justice of the Peace.
7Vtri of SaVsfon, Saratoga county, N. Y.—ss. This ia to
cortify. that 1 am. and have been lor many y -ars well and
Intimately acquainted with the Above-named Ziba Dykeman.
who is one of our most worthy and respectable citizens, and
whose statement* are entitled" to full credit and belief.
THOS. G. YOUNG. Justice of the Peace.
April 29. 1848.
Town of Bnllston, Village of Rallston Spe—ss. : This D to
certify, that the circumstances avd facts stated above by
Ziba Dykeman are to my knowledge strictly true, and that
he has frequently since" stated to me that Brant s Indian
balsam saved the life of Mrs. Dvkcn an
April 29. 1848 JOHN WAIT.
RRANT'B PULMONARY BAt.FAM cures CONSUMP
TION, Coughs, Colds. Spitting oj Blood, Bleeding at the
Lungs. Vain ta the Breast and Side. Night-Sweats, Nervous
Complaints, Palpitation of the Heart, Female Weaknesses and
Complaints, Cholera In/an'— Dysentery, and Summer Ccm
PHYSICIAN, HEAL THYSELF.
DOCT J W. FRENCH, Of Hillsdale, Hillsdale Ce , Mich..
wrote to us, Dec 8, 1848: " I have been in the regular prac
tice of medicine in this place for ,Vtr Years; but was
obliged to quit the practice of my profession in conse
quence ot ill health I was so severely afflicted with a
chronic disease of the lungs, as to convince me that I had the
('i-nsumption past doubt. I cougbcd almost incessantly night
and day. and had severe pains and soreness in my chest,
side, and breast. I tried the remedies recommended by
the most skilful ot ntv profession, all to no effect, excepting
the nausea and debility eaused by tiiens. 1 was prejudiced
r.gnfhst Patrnt Medicines, and hsre no faith now in them,
generally. Rut I was induced, as an experiment, more
than tiirough faith, to try a bottle ot Hbsnt's India* Pul
monary Balsam, and 1 do hero acknowledge, lor the ben
efit ot the afflicted or whom it may serve, that the eft'eetof
its use ott me. was the most prompt and salutary of sny med
icines 1 ever witnessed the effect of in all nty practice. My
couoit was niMßsi atelt rki.ikvkd, and in about eight or
ten days. I was free from cough, soreness of the chest, and
pain, and now consider and pronounce myself a well man.**
Doct. French is now a respectable druggist and merchant
ANOTHER IMPORTANT VICTORY t
Messrs. Iloltstander St Co.. respectable merchants of
Oberlin. Lorain Co., Ohio, wrote December 19, 1849: " Af
ter nllowing the Brant's Medicines which you sent to us, to
remain at Cleveland about three months, we sent for them
We have been so often deceived by such medicines not
proving to l>c equal to their recommendations, and therefore
would not sell, when their want of efficacy was known
that we considered it unprofitable to keep such, and were
then-tore prejudiced against Brant's, supposing it to be no
better limn many others we have on sale. After we had
received Brant's, 1, (A. IlolLslander) was persuaded from
reading the pamphlet to take a bottle or the Pulmonary Bal
sam home. My wife bod been afflicted with a severe cough
tor about ten months, arid our friends were alarmed and
feartul that she would find nothing to relieve or cure her.
But notwithstanding our prejudices to patent medicines,
we are o'.b-r-t to say, and cheerfully confess, that Brant's
Balsam and PuuipviNO Extract, enn be depended on ia
preference to ntiv or all of the many kinds that have been
left With us for sle My wife wa* immediately relieved
in her rough, nnd before she hi# finished using the first
bottle, began to gain strength and health, and only throe
bottles effected a pc.-lect cure. The PußirriNO Extract
1 have personally used for a general debility of the system,
nnd I have no hesitaney in saying that it ia the best medl
ctne to restore and invigorate the system, that I have ever
found. In every instance where we have sold these rucdl
•adsfactbm. P ,he ' r , and given the best
FOR SALE BY
• 11. IhI; I) fij. IH Jv N, l.cviifhkri 1
G. II". PHF.UM.LV, , VclVvlo.cn,
M. STEELY A,- CO., Ht 11 critic,
And by Agents in all parts of the State.
... letters and orders must be addressed to
ALi.kei; A Co., liiti Broadway, New York.
November 17, Js-49—eoly.
I ailirV Shot**.
A L\W(iL slock ol' the latest style,
coarse htnl line shoes for I .ad ton'
wear, now -o ranjjt d in the Ladies' Kline Room,
at C. L JONES'
ocY?. \tr Cagli Store,
C m IIO.V r.M f: \
A limn by Jhr n-irno of < /,.If'l• Km, ,i ,
j young nmn of the name of /*. P. Town-terni. mil |. t , |
dnnif m put up a ffarsap&rtlla, which ibev r-ili h t ,'i 1
send'* SttrH|Ktrilla, denominating i' Q F..YC I.YE, o r ;
rte. This Tnvvnsend Is no doctor, sad iwtm h< : |, nt .
! formerly it worker on ruifrnxds. nnali, and the like. v,.j i ,
AS -times the Utie of Dr.. for the purpose of saining credit f., r
j what he in not. This Is to caution the publ.r not !.■ <*.
deceived, and purchase none but the Of.'AThV;. OHUit-
MAI. OLD Dr. Jacob Townend's Snr'sparitl*. having -•
tt the Old Dr's. likeness, his family coal of arios, and i,,i
i siiiuaiurr across the Coat of arms.
Principal Ojirr, 10-2 .Y.s.tau ft., .V-i c IVri C,ty
OLD J)!i. JACOH TOW .NSKMI,
TIIK ORIGINAL I.MSCoVKttr.R OFT nr.
(.rmiine Townsend Sar.saparilla.
O'd Dr. Tow usend in now about 7b years of •_■<-. mm |,a;
long been known as the AUTHOR and htst "t'l'.Kf-It
of the OE.YUEYE OK IOWA/. " TO It ,\"i /..Y/i j(|,.
SA/'AKI/./.A.'' Being poor, he was compelled t,. bn.it i
manufacture, by which means it has linen ke.pt on I o; i„ ,
ket, and the shies circumscribed to those only who
proved its worth, and known its value. It had readied
the ears of many, nevertheless, as those per-nr s e l, ~y
been healed of sore diseases, ami saved from death, pro
claimed ill ct.ciVnte and unndrrfil
Knowing, many years ago. that he had bv hi' Ic>i?,
science and experience, devised an article wh. b would be
of incolcnlabia advantage to mankind w hen the means
would be furnished to bring it into universal notice, when
Its inestimable virtues would lie known and appreciated.
I'liis time har "onie, the means are supplied ; this
OHA.YI) A.Y/I V.YF.qUA 1./.F.H PR EPA RATION
is manufactured on the largest scale, and is called for
throughout the length and breadth of the land, especially
as it is found incapable of degeneration or deterioration.
Unlike young 3. P Taa nsend's, it improves with age. and
caver changes, tint for the better : liecause it is prepared n
scientific principles by a scientific man. The highest knowl
edge of Cbeiuttxy. and the latest discoveries of the art.
have ail been brought into requisition in the in nufactore
of the Old Dr's Snnutparilin. The Sarsapwrilbt root. ,t n
well known to medical men, contains many medicinal pro
ponies, and some properties which are inert or useless and
others, which if retained in preparole it for u*e. produce
fermentation and acid, which is injurious to the system
Some of the properties of laniparilla are so volatile, ton:
they entirely evaporate and are lost to the prejiar.ition. it
they are not preserved by a scientific process, known onlj
to those experienced in its manufactuie. Moreover lhe*<
volatile principles, which fly off in vapor, or as an exutbv
tion. under heat, are the very essential medical properties
a f the root, which give to it all its value.
SOURING, EF: AIKNTiSO. At ID " TOM
POUND" OK S. P. T6VV.\SENL.
tnd yet he wouU I on to- ve it mulcr-tooii that Old |i\ J>er>b
fownsend's Genome Original Vit/sc- i i- an Hil l a
riO.N of his inferior preperatioa ".
Heaven forliid that c should deal in an artirV v ;. ; rj
non'-d he*r the net di-t.nt reen:l>larre to e. P. j,.*n
lead's article! bud which should bring down ujon ;iir 'lid
Dr. such a mountain load of complaints and crimii:in*i
frntn Agents who hue sold, and purchasers ho have tua
8. P. Townsend's F4iRMKNTIXG COMPOUND
We wish it andcr.t-iod. because it is the aoeu'ule iri,
lhat 9. P. Townsend's article anil Old Di. Jacob T v.;
send's Sarsapiriila are ketrex-set'de apart, and infinite y du
similar; that (hey arc Unlike in every particular, bavia(
not one single thing in common.
As H. P. 'J'ownsend is Do doctor, and never was, i r.
chemist, no pb e.iaceutist—knows no more of medicine ui
disease than any other rontnton, unscientific. anprofe-sii-Mi
nan, w hat guarantee can the public have that they are r
ceiving a genuine scientific medicine, containing a'i ;U
virtues of the articles used in pre|nnug it. and which srr :
capable of changes which might render them vlie AGENTS
of Itisease instead of health.
Uu: what el*e should be expected from one who fcii..w
nothing comparatively at" medicine or disease : It minim
a lierson of some experience to cook ar.d serve up n-u i
t--tuition decent im-ii. How much more important • !; t:i:
the persons who manufacture medicine, designee !br
WEAK STOMACHS AND ENFKEBI.ED SYSTEMS,
should know vveii the medical properties of plants. :b
best manner of securing end concentrating their he- ,og
v irtues. also an exler sive knowledge of the van ins ii.e.,oi
which affocl the haniait system,|uid how to adaptreinsciei
to these diseases!
It is to frauds upon the unfortunate, to pmrhabs
into wonnded huiu.aioty. b kindle hope in the bcs;a.r:n£
bosom, to restore health and blorun. and vigor ii.io the
crushed and broken, and u banish infirmity that 01.11 Ilk,
JAC'olt TuiVNSKMJ has SfH'liHT and FOI ND the oy
portuuity and means to bring his
Grand I iiiversa! Coucenfrated
within the reach, ami t the knowledge of all who nr-f .*
thai they mny learn and kn-iw, bv jnyt'ul exper.enr • ur
Transcendent Power to Ileal-
Any person csn boil or stew the root till they get s dark
colored liquid, which is more from rhe coloring matter t>
the root than from any thing else ; they can ibeti nail
this Insipid or vapid liquid, sweeten with sour Btotuwc fl
•nd ihen Call it SAK3ATARII.L A EXTRACT or ST-■
RI'P." Hot sm his not the article known a* it.c 3
GENUINE OLD DR. JACOB TOWNSEND'S 1
Tuis is o prrpnrcd that ait the inert properties ui* piH
Sarsaparilir<K't nre tirst ft moved, even thine cs:cvb f I
becsuniiig acid ..r of fermentation, is ertrwied sinit rcertc: H
then every parurlc ol mrd.cal v irtue is secureJ in a i-v-'H
and concentrated form ; and thus it is rendered incapai. s-H
losing any of its vainislde nisi healing properties, i'rfl
in this way, it is made the most powerful agent in tie I
Cure of innumerable diseases I
Hence the revsoti why we hear cnmiueudvtions moeß
side in its fsvor by men, worsen, nnd children. We f --■
doing wonder, in the cure of S
COJYSVMPT/O.Y. ItYSPEPStA, nnd J.IEFh COM ■
P/.AJA-p. and in HUEI.VATISM. SC/es./il-iM
PI/.Efi. COSVIEE.YKSS. nil (eI'TA.YEVUS > UVi ■
TJC.YS. MMFEES, S/.OCTIIES. .mid ail uflUbsfH
arising from S
IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. I
It possesses a in irveilous • iliiMcy in all t onipb int ar • tiH
from Indigestion. Inini Audits of the Stomach fritti OHt 1 !
circulation, determination ol ti eei to the head. i ; :a.
rf the heart.eold <**et ami h uwD, cold chi'ls and h-~t
over the body. It has not its equal in Golds and Cvijf H
ami promotes easy eX(M-cCoratit>n and gentle |>er| nt
reining strieture the lungs, thnnt. and every otlur
Hut in nothing is its exc-tlence more manifestly sc" ls ®
Ackiiovv o-rigt <1 than in all kirn's ami stages I 9
FEMALE COMPLAINTS. S
It works wonders in cases of nor A -*i or M'i
mg of the. ft 'ami. Obstructed, Suppressed, or Put*/* M'
Irregularity ol the inenslraai ps-rtiMis. and lh liH
is As rllertital in rnrmg all the forms of h~ iiry I'us'B
By rentoving obstructions, and reguiaiinj the
system it gives tone ami .strength to the who.c tawr
tltas cure* ell tl.rui* ol" B
Nervous diseases and debility- B
and thus prevent, or relieves a s-e-ti variety ol'other
dies, as Spinal irritation, .Yraraigia. Si /itit' 'T H
Stemming. Epileptic Eits. t'onvnlsinns. ice.
it cleanses the blond, excites thr liver to healthy
loi.e, the stomach, end gives good digestion.
bowels of torimr nnd constipation, allnvs inrt iiuin
.•unties the sk.n. equalises the cirv ul.vtton ol the
i ptoditcing g.-ule warmth eqaaliy all over the ts-i ■■
the insensible |a rspiration ; relaxes all stitrtttrrs unit
ne*<, rrtuovt't ,*\|| obstructions, and invigorate* Ur f
uervoui sysit in. Is nol this then
The iiiedicioe jou pre-ciuinenily nc®
Hut can any of these tilings be said of S. Tow<®[
! ivtfrr or art rte I This voime loan'* ihjuiii i* cot is
COMPARED WITH THE OI,I DR'S. ■
because ot one t.'tt.WH K that the ouc is
HI.K of DISTKRKHtATION, and fi
NEVER SPOILS. S
w bile the other IOKS ; < mr,ng. fermrr.tin '. acd >
the bo'Ucs containing it into fragments ; the sour on
exptod.pg and d imaging other goods ' Mu*t; ii. 1 '
bie couipMti.d lai poisonous to the system ' "
acid into a system alrcndn d-s, ucd w;k acid Uif '
Dyspepsia but acid 1 Ihi „ot all know lhat vvlaf;*
tours iti our Stomachs w hat movhitl* tl (ifoiluirs '
ieoce. heartburn. |MipUalton ••( tin be in, iivori -" ' B
diarrhu t. ily *eivtery. colic, and co rruption of [ti '*
What i, Snunil, but un acid humor in the lab ' '
(vrudures all the hum j- which bring via Kru t-' l '' bJ
3kin. .*caid Head. Salt Itheum. Krvsija-ias. \\
lags, fever Smgi. anil all ulceration* internal sod
It IS nothing under heaven. Inn an acid sltlnl "• "
sours, and thus s|mi|* all the flttiiU of the bndv. a
leas. \\ t,at cau*e* Rhruiiiati io but a sour or MB
which insinuates It-cif ln-tw eon the joint* and f l '' '".99
irntoting and lutlamiitg the heUcate ii**ue up-" wll
act*? No of nervous di*e.ivev of luipurity ot lb*
deranged ctKulnUons. and neirly ail the ititi' nls
stilict human nature. jB
Now is It not horrible to ui-ikt and scl'„ asJ <*
morn to use this
o^7"For snlc 111 I,evvisto'vn by K- Al-' W
w ho in sole ayent for M iil>ll> county- B
may 26, IS4O ly. S
i , . ..• B
4 LWAVS on hand a larjjP anso'li'" ®
, i\. Cap. Letter, Wrapping, Printing V
tlttw and Wall wholesale er reta 1*
Frmltng paper, 22 X 32. at $-> per b 1 ' 1 *
, I,' uiitown, .June 23, 1749. i