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J. DESSAA, Cashier.
PM ledelphia Dec. 19, 1838.
111'01 ES .1.1 11 TLi
THE Subscriber respectfully informs the
issiblic, that he has removed his shop to the
•earner of Market Square, in the !trim for
merly occupied as a tavern, by Alex.
CARMON where he has on hand a gen
eral assortment of GOOD TIN WARE,
which he will sell cheap at whole sale or
retail. House spouting will be put on at
the shortest notice. He also has on hand a
general ' assortment of Sheet Iron ware,
Stove pipe, Drums, Drippinepans, Coal
Scuttles etc. He has also a general as
mrtment of HOLLOW-WARR, every
'size of Puts, :Mash: Kettlesfr teakettles,
and eval boilers. Of STOVES he has a
great variety—of all sizes of wood cook
ing stoves, and coal stoves with Sheet
11'00 tops, all of handsome patterns, and
ef superior quality of casting, and are fin
ished with tin or copper, and in finish are
not inferior to any in the county.
RAIL orders will be punctually attended
be, and thankfully received. Every ar
ticle cheap for cash.
. . .
He hopes by punctuality, and ceretull
Mtention to business, to nieerit a good
@beta of Public Patronage.
WILLIAM B. ZIGLER,
Runtingdon June 19, 1939.-1 Y.
TAN the Public.
PRE public are hereby informed, that
JACOB MILLER has been appointed agent
for Huntingdon county, for the sale of Dr,
levans' Camomile and family aperient pills,
where all those that need medicine, can be
supplied as he intends always to have a sup
ply nn hand.
erp_lFE AND HEALTH ,— Persons whose
as nerves have been injured by Calomile,
ar excessive grief, great loss of blood, the sup'
pression of accustomed discharges or cuta
aeons, intemperate habits, or other causes
which tend to relax and enervate the ner
vous system, will find a friend to soothe and
comfort them, in EVANS' CAMOMILE
PILLS. Those afflicted with Epilepsy or
Palling Sickness, Palsy, Serious Apoplexy,
and organic affections of the heart, Nausea,
weiniting, pains in the side, breast, limbs,
bead, stomach or back, will find themselves
amediately relieved, by usind
DR. EVANS does not pretend to say that
Ids medicine will cure all diseases that flesh
sod blood are heir tn,
but he does says that
is all Debilitated and Impaired Constitutions
in Nervous diseases of all kinds,
ly of the DIGESTIVE ORGANS, and in
Incipient Consumption, whether of the lungs
or lis er, they will cure. That dreadful dis
ease, CONSUMPTION, might have been
checked in its commencement, and disap
pointed its prey all over the land, if the first
symptoms of Nervous Debility had been
counteracted by the CAMOMILE FLOW
ER chemically prepared ;together with many
ether diseases, where other remedies have
How many persons do we daily find tortu
red with that dreadful disease. SIC K
HEADACHE, If they would only make
trial of this invaluable medicine, they would
perceive that life is a pleasure and not a
source of misery and abhorrence. In conclu
sion I would warn nervous persons against
the abstraction of BLOOD, either by leech
es, cupping,for the employment of the lancet.
Drastic purgatives in delicate habits are al
most equally improper. Those are prac
tices too often resorted to in such . cases, but
they seldom fail to prove (highly . injurious.
Certificates of cures are daily received which
add sufficient testimony of the great efficacy
if this invaluable medicine, in relieving af
flicted mankind. The above medicine is for
lisle at Jacob Miller's store, Huntingdon.
4,' I VERY IMPORTANT TO
One Subscribers offer offer for sale
their improved celebrated Thrashing-Ma
chines, at their Shops in Huntingdon and
Lewistown. By application, made by
mail's!. otherwise to John Switzer, Hun
tingdon—or Arthur B. Long, Lewistown,
fermis can be accommodated on the
most reasonable terms. For running easy,
doing the work well, and for durability;
they defy the State of Pennsylvania to ex
ceed them. Those-who wish it, can have
a straw carrier attached to their Machine,
which will be s great advantage in thrash
ing, one hand less will be required to
take away the Shaw, and the caving much
more easily performed. By an agreement
with the Pafentee'a, we have the Exeln
sive Privilege of building and selling, in
the eounty's of Perry .litniatta,
Huntingdon and part of Cambria. If'
Farmers, will concilt their own Interest,;
and keep free from trouble--they
beware of baying Mac i anes, of any kind,
with the Strap passing under the Horses
Peet unless made and sold by us, as the
Patient Laws, will be Strictly enforced.
A. 11. LONG, AL Co
r- Ilk fit, 4. 1 MP. —T.
I E WELRY
THE subscriber has just received
rich assortment of Clocks, Watclies
snd Jewelry, consiLting of Eight Day and 30
hour Bra s s Clocks, Willard Time Pie-
ces; Gold and Silver Levers, Eng
lish, Quarteir and L'Pine Wa
tches; Gold, Fob, & Guard
Chains:Gold Seals Fob
and Guard Keys;
and SF. l'
and Salt Spoons; Sugar
Tongs; Silver, and German
Silver Butter Knives, Silver Pen
cils, Cemmon and Patent; Pen.
Knives, Pocket Books, Steel Chains and
Kevs; Pocket Pistols, Powder Flasks, Steel
Peas, Tooth Brushes, Musical Boxes.
Slyer Thimbles, open and shut en
ded; a full assortment of Spec
tacles,of Silver, Steel, and
Plated Frames, Double
and Single Glasses,
Spectacle Gla s
sea of all
hand, and put
in frames on the
shortest notice. The
subscriber still continues to
repair Clocks, Watches, and
Jewelry at hisold stand.
Huntingdon, September 18, 1839.
1)R. Swayne's Compound Syrup pro
-m•F nus of Csrgitszana or wild Cherry.
This syrup is highly beneficial in all pecto
ral affections; also, in diseases of the chest
in which the lungs do not perform their
proper office from want of due nervous
energy: such as asthmas, pulmonary con
sumption, recent or chronic coughs, hoarse
ness, whooping cough, wheezing and *Af
finity of breathing, croup and spitting of
blood, 4-c. flow many sufferers do we
daily behold approaching to an untimely
grave, wrested in the bloom of youth from
their dear relatives and friends, afflicted
with that common and destructive rava
ger, called consumption, which soon wasts
tne sufferrr until they become
_the povver of human skill; it such
sufferers would cnly make a trial of Dr.
Swayne's invaluable medicine, they would
soon find themselves benefitted; than by
gulphing the various ineffective certain'
remedies of which our newspapers daily,
abound. This syrup immediately begins
to heal the ulcerated lungs, stopping pro-1
fuse night sweats, mitigating the ihstres-,
sing cough at the same time inducing a
healthy and natural expertnration, also re
lieving the shortness of breath and pain
in the chest, which harrass the sufferer on,
the slightest exercise, and finally the hoc.
tic flash in the pallid and emaciated cheek
will soon begin to vanish, and the sufferer
will here peceive himself snatched from a
premature grave, into the enjoyment again
of comfortable health.
For sale at Jacob Miller's store Huni
Coughs and Colds.
How many sufferers do we daily behold
afflicted with that common and distressing
disease! Do we not find that almost every
person or friend we meet with complains of,
a bad COLD or a distressing COUGH? We'
also find in assemblies of all kinds that there
is a continual coughing, by which we;perceive
that thert is one halt of the human family
afflicted with that troublesome disease. If
those sufferers would :,only make a trial of
Dr Swayne's Syrup or wild cherry
they would soon find themselves relieved,
and by continuing the use of the same for 'a
few days, it will effect a permanent cure.
Hundreds can testify to this fact, as in the
short space of two months, (upwards of five
hundred bottles have been sold.
The syrup for sale at Jacob Miller's story
.Between Colrain Forges and John S.
(setts The owner can get it by
giving satisfactory description of the same,
and paying for advertising, at the office at
Elizabeth Forge, October 30, 1839.
GENUINE VEGITABLE UNIVERSAL,
The following are the only !authorized
agents in Huntingdon county who have
for sale, Dn. BaAnnatm's Genuine reg.:-
table Universal Pills.
It illiam Strums% Huntingdon.
Robert Lowery. Hollidaysburg.
A. Patterson, Williamsburg.
Jmnrs Campbell, McConnellsville.
J. 11. Moore, Frankstown.
Meyers. Thomas M. Owen 4. Son, Rii.
21fe3ors. Condor 4' Johnson, Salsburgh.
F. A. WILLIAm SON,
'Travelling Agent for
Vii ntingden Oct. 16, 1889. 6m. p,
A good teacher of n public act 00l is wan
ted in the borough of Petersburg, to whom
liberal warn will be given
sr ?et e*o4 selosittee.
Hat and Fur
...Av., SNYDER & SON, respect-
MP fully inform their friends and the
public generally, that they have just re-
A New a & landsorne assortment'
'of articles in their line of business,
Which they offer to the public CHEAP, for
ca• h or country produce, consisting of the
- - -
Best qoality of Utter Caps,:latest fashion,
Common do do
City made Bats of the latest fashion, and
also of their• own manufacture,
Women's and Men's Fur Gloves,
Collars and Tipp:ls for Ladies.
The whole of which they will sell at.; city
prices.. . . .
• Country merchants will he supplied with
HATS of their own manufacture, on a reas
onable credit, and at as low a price as they
can be purchased in Philadelphia.
DAVID SNYDPR & SON.
Huntingdon, Nov. 13, 1839.
COUGh, ASTIIMAIIND SPITTING
B 1. 0 0 D
JAYNE'S EXPC TOR ftN,T
PHILADELPHIA, Atg. 16, 1838
Mr, Atkinson—Dear Sir:
A few weeks ago I noticed in your paper,
an account of the surprising effects of Jayne's
Carminative, in restoring a great number of
passengers on board of a Mississippi steam
boat to perfect health, who were affected by
violent Bo ivel C omplaint • I was glad to see
you notic it so kindly; you may rest assured
it deserves the praise bestowed upon it.
The benefit I have veceived from his medi
cine, more especially his EXPECTORANT
induces me to state my case to you, for the
benefit of those who are afflicted in the same
way. It has been my misfortune, sir, to las
bor under a Cough and Asthmatical oppre
sion, for more than half a century. When
a soldier in the American Camp, in 1778, I,
with many others, (owing to great expo
sure,) had a violent attack of disease of the;
lungs, by which I was disacled from duty
for a longtime. Since that period, until
recently, I have never been free from a vio
lent cough and difficulty of breathing. Year
after year, I have expectorated over a gill a
day. Often much more, and sometimesinix
ed with blood. For months together, night
after night, I have had to sit or be bolster
ed up to obtain my breath. The weakness'
and debility caused by such constant expec
toration, frequently brought me to a state
bordering on death. It has been a matter
of astonishment 'to my family and frie.ads,
that lam here to write this to you. I have
had skillful physicians to attend me, and ev
ery thing done that was thought likely to
give me relief, without any beneficial effect.
Last winter I had another very seveee at
tack of infiamation of the lungs, which I ful
ly expected would be the last. I then con
sldgred my case as past the aid of medicine.
Wher I was persuaded !to call g a in Doctor
Jayne—with the assistance of Divine Provi
dence, througn him I was once more raised
from my bed: but the cough and wheezing
wearied me day and night. He advised me
to use his Expectorant. I did so, with a
strong hope, that, as it had cured many of
my acquaintances of various diseases of the
lungs, it might, eteleast mitiete my suffer.
ills. Need I say how satisfied I feel—.
II HAS EFFECTUALLY CURED ME
As soon as I commenced taking it, I found it
reached my case, and I began to breathe
with more freedom. My expectoration be
came easy, and my cough entirely left me.
I now feel as well as I ever did in my life,
and better than 1 have been fur the last six-.
years. Last summer I spit a great deal of
blood; now thank God I am perfectly cured.
Now sir, after suffering so long, and finding
at last, such signal relief from Doctor Jaynes
Expectorant, feel anxious to inform my
fellow citizens where relief may be had. If
you think this worth a place in your paper,
you will oblige me by noticing it.
No. 35 Lombard street.
The above valuable medicine may be had
wholesale and retail at Jayne's Drug and
Chemical Store, No. 20, South Third street
Philaeelphia. Price 81.
Sold, also, by TACOB MILLER, Agent,
Respectfully informs his friends. and the
public generally, that he still continues the
above husinnss in
And is prepared to manufacture all kind
of guns or pistols, or to make any necessas
ry reairs upon any article of the kind. if
careful attention will merit success, he hopes
to secure the patronage of the sharp shoo
ters of this county. Any orders left with
Isaac Davis will be punctually attended to,
Huntingdon November 21, 1838.
That the claims of Jacob H. Stover,
late of Morris township, are due shortly
—Being his agent, I wish prompt pay
ment, or agree to other requirements on
that day; or said claims will be left in the
hands of another. His orders are per
emptory, I will obey them.
Morris tp. Sept. 11, 1839.
Notice - *
F John Gregery, who is presumed to,
be an elderly man, and supposed to
reside somewhere in the North. Western
part of Huntingdon County, will call at
my Office in the borough of Huntingdon,
with proof of his identity, as may be re
quired, he will 'receive information of
value to him. DAVID BLAIR.
Sept., P 6, 11/09.
oc!7—The article published below, con-I
cerning the new and popular doctrine ad
ranced by the illustrious Goelicke of Ger
ma'y, cannot fail of exciting a deep and
thrilling interest throughout our coun
Translated from the German.]
LOUIS OFFON GOELICKE,
TUBE: GRE.IIIEST OF MU.
Citizens of Xorth and out h
To LOUIS OFFON GOELICKE, M. D., o
Germany, [Europe] belongs the imper
ishable honor of adding a new and precious
doctrine to the Sciences of Medicine—a
doctrine which, though vehemently op
posed by many of the faculty, (of which
he is a valuable member,) he proves to be
as well founded intruth as any doctrine of
Holy Writ—a doctrine upon the variety
of which are suspended the lives of mil
lions of our race, and which he boldly
challenges his opposers to refute, viz:
Consumption is a disease always occa
sioned by . a disordered state uf Vis Vitae
p (or life principle) of the human body: of
ten secretly lurking in the system for years
before there is the least complaint of the
Lungs—and which may be as certainly ,
though not so quickly, cured as a coin
; neon cold or a simple headache. An in
valuably precious doctrine this, as it im
, parts an important lesson to the apparently
t health of both sexes, teaching them that
this insidious foe may be an unobserved
• inmate of their "clayey houses" even
while they imagine themselves secure
from its attacks, teaching them that the
great seeret in the art of preserving health
• is to pluck out the disease while in the
blade, and not wale till the full grown,
This illustrious benefactor of man is al
so entitled to your unfeined gratitude,
and the gratitude °fa world, for the in.
vention of his matchless sanative,—whose
healing fiat may justly claim for it such a
title, since it has so signally triumphed
over our great common enemy consump
Lion, both in the first and last stages,—
medicine which has thorouhly filled the
vacuum in the Meteria MecTica, and there
by proved itself the Conqueror ofPhysi
cians—a medicine, for which all mankind
will have abundant cause to bless the
beneficient hand of a kind Providence,--a
medicine, whose wondrous virtues have
been so glowingly poi trayed even by some
of our clergy, in their pastoral visits to
the sick chamber; by which means they
often become the happy instruments of
changing despondency tnto hope, sickness
into health, and sadness of friends into
medicine of more value to man than the
vast mines of Austria, or even the united
treasures of our globe,—a medicine, which
is obtained equally from the vegetable,
animal and mineral kingdoms, and thus
possesses a three-fold power,—a medicine, l
which though designed as a remedy for!
consumption solely, is possessed of a mys
terious influence over many diseases of
the human system, -- a medicine, which )
begins to be valued by Physicians, v, I
are daily witnessing its astonishing cui
of many whom they had resigned to I I
grasp of the Insatiable Grave
DOSE of the Sanative, for adults, 01 t
drop; for children a half drop; and
infants, a quarter drop; the directions ex
plaing the manner of taking a half or a
Pat cm—Three and one third rix dol
lars* (82,50) per HALF °am:E.
*A German coin, value 75 cents,
A certificate from three members of
the MEDICAL PROFESSION in
Germany, in Europe
We the untlersikned, practitioners of
medicine in Gerinauy' are well aware
that, by our course, we may forfeit,
the friendship of some of the faculty, but,
not of its benevolent members, who are'
uninfluenced by selfish motives. Though
we shall refrain from an expression of .
our opinion, either of the soundness or.
unsoundness of Dr. Goelicke's new docH
trine, we are happy to say that we deem'
his Sanativ too valuable not to be general
ly known—for what our eyes behold and
our ears hear, we must believe.
We hereby state, that when Dr. Louis
Offon Goelicke first came before the Ger
man public, as the pretended discoverer
of a new doctrine and a new medicine, we
held him in the highest contempt, believ
ing and openly pronouncing him to be a
base imposter and the prince of quacks.
But, on hearing so much said about the
Sanative, against it and for it, we were
induced, from motives of curiosity mere
ly, to make trial of its reputed virtues,
upon a number of our most hopeless pa
tients; and we now deem it our bounden
duty (even at the expense of our self in
terest) publickly to acknowledge its cffi
:acy in curing not only consumption,
Jut other fearful maladies, which we have
heretofore belived to be htenreble. Or,
notcempt for the discoverer of this med
cine was at once swallowed up in our ut
ter astonishment at these unexpected re
sults; and, as amends for ourabuse of him,
we do frankly confess to the world, that ,
we believe him a philanthropist who does
honor to the profession, and to our coun
try, which gave him birth.
The recent adoption of this medicine in
to some of our European hospitals is a
sufficient guaranty that it performs all its
promises: It need not our testimoy, for
wherever it is used it is its own best wit
HERMAN ETMULLER, M. D.
NVALTER VAN GAULT, M.D.
AI)OLPHUS \VERNER, M. 1).
Germany, December 10, 1836.
The above precious medicine (the orig.
inal discovery of Dr. hOUIS 0. GOEL
ICKE, of Germany,) is for sale, wholesale
and retail, by, -
L. G. KESSLER,
AGENT Fox Mill I reek.
JAMES ENTRIKEN, Jr.
Agent for Coffy Run.
Agent for Colrain Forges.
Huntingdon County, Pa
Imptrrtaas , tt nEscovery
The public arc hereby directed to the me
dical advertisements of Dr. H A RLICH'S
Celebrated COMPOUN 1) STRENGTH-,
ENING TONIC, and GERMANAPER- 1
LENT PILLS, which are a Medicine of l
great value to the afflicted, discovered by
O. HARLICH, a celebrated physician at
Altdorf,Germany, which has been used with
unparalleled success throughout Germany.
This Medicine consists of two kinds, viz:
the CERMAN AP ER I T, and the
COMPOUND STRENETHENING TO.
NIC PILLS. They are each put up in
small packs, and should both be used to
effect a permanent cure. Those who are
afflicted would do well to make a trial of thi
invaluable Medicine, as they never produc
sickness or nausea while using. A safe and
effectual remedy for
DYSPEPSM OR AWES? lON,
and, all Stomach Complaints; pain in the
SIDE, LIVER COMPLAINTS, Loss of
Appetite, _Flatulency, Palpitation of the
Heart, General Debility, Nervous Irritabi
lity, SICK HEADACHE, Female Disea
ses, Spasmodic Affections, RHEUMATISM
Asthmas , CONSUMPTION , The
GERMAN APERIENT PILLS are to
cleanse the stomach and purify the BLOOD
The Tonic or STRENGTHENING PILLS
are to STRENGTHEN and invigorate the
nerves and digestive organs and give tone to
the Stomach, as all diseases originate from
,impurities of the BLOOD and disordered
Stomach. This mode of treating diseases is
pursued by all, practical PHYSICIANS,
which experience has taught them to he the
only remedy to effect a cure. They are net
only recommended and prescribed by the
most experienced Physicians in their daily
practice, but also taken by those gentlemen
themselves whenever they feel the symp
toms of those diseases, in which they know
them to be efficacious. This is the case in
all large cities in which they have an ex
tensive sale. It is not to be understood that
these medicines will cure all diseases merely
by purifying the blood—this they will not
dii; but they certainly will, and sufficient
authority of daily prods asserting that those
medicines, taken as recommended by the di
rections hich accompany them, will cure a
great majority of diseases of the stomach,
Lungs and liver, by which impurities of the
blood are occasioned.
re Ask for DR. HARLICH'S COMPOUND
STRENGTHENING TONIC, AND C ERMAN
APERIENT PILLS. _ _
Principal Office for the sale of this
Medicine, is at No. 19 North EIGHTH
Also--For sale at the Store of JACOB MIL
LER, in the Borough of Huntingdon, Pa.,
who is agent for Huntingdon county. •
Entirely cured by the ,use of Dr. O. P.
Harlich's Compound Strengthening and Ger
man Aperient Pills.
Mr. Solomon Wilson, of Chester co. Pa.,
afflicted for two years with the above dis
tressing disease, of which he had to use his
crutches for 18 months, his symptoms were
excruciating pain in all his Joints, especially'
In his hip, Shoulders and anclts, pain iincreas
Ing al ways towards teveing attended with
heat. Mr. Wilson, was at one time notable'
to move his limbs on account of (the Gain be
ing so great; he being advised by a blend of
his to procure Dr. Harlich's pill of which he
sent to the agent in West Chester and pro
cored som; on using the medieine;the -third
day the pain disappeared and his strength
increasing fast, and in three weeks was able
to attend to his business, which he had not
done for 18 months; for the benefit of others
afflicted, he wishes those lines published
that they may be relieved, and again en
joy_ the pleasures of a healthy life.
Principle office, 19th North ;Bth Street,
ALSO—For sale at the Store of Jacob Mil
ler, Huntingdon, Pa.
A LL persons indebted to the Estale of
hcx- Robert Dean, late of Morris town
ship, Huntingdon connty, deceased, are
(requested to make immediate payment
to Samuel Dean, near if dliamsburg, or
Wm. Caldwell, ilet.r Birmingdam; and
those having claims against said Estate
are requested to present them properly
authenticated for settlement.
October 523, 1839. —6t.
R.S hereby given to the stockholders of
the Hollidaysburg and Bedford Turn
pike company that a tardier instalment
of twenty dollars per share is hereby re
quired to be paid to J. W. Duncan, .Bed
ford; or Robert WNamara or Alexander
Knox jr. Newry, on or before the Ist day
of November next. Punctual and
, prompt payment! is respectfully reques
By order of the board.
J. fP. DUNCSN, Secy.
(lefto. 30. IPRO
Dyspepsia may be described from a wait
of appetite or an unnatural and voracious one
nausea, sometimes bilious vomiting, sudden
and transient distensions of the stomach &F.'
ter eating, acid and prutrescent eructations,
water brash, pains in the region of the atom •
ach, costiveness palpitation of the heart, dis
ziness and dimness of sight, disturbed rest,
tremors, mental despondency, flatulency,
spasms, nervous irritability, chillness, sal
lowness of complexion, oppressing after eat
ing. generalilangour and debility; this disease
will also veryroften produce the sick head—
ache, as proved by the experience of those
who have suffered of it.
DR. JAYNE'S EXPECTORANT
We consider it a duty to call public at
tention to this admirable pi:eperation for
Pulmonary Disuses— Especially Coughs
Colds,Consumptions, Spitting blood, Asth
ma, rOnCial Affections, Hopping Cough, &c
It is used and very highly approved by per
sons of the first respectability, but we feel
confident in saying that a trial of its efficacy
will be its best reecommenclation.
DR. JONATHAN GOING, PRESIDENV
OF THE GRANVILLE COLLEGE, Ohio (late
of New York), in a letter to Dr. Jayne da
ted New York, December. 1836. says:—
“He was laboring under a. severe cold, cough
and hoarseness, and that his difficulty of
breathing was so great that. he felt himself
in imminent danger of immendiate suffoca
tion, but was perfectly cured by using this
Expectorant."—Mrs. De lks, of Salem ,N. J.
was cured of A album of twenty years stand
ing, by using two bottles of this medicine.,
Mrs. Ward, also of Salem, was cured of the
same complaint by one bottle. Ayoung la
dy, also of Salem, who, was believed by her
friends tube far gone with consumption was
perfectly restored by three bottles.—Dr.
Hamilton of St. James, Smith Carolina, was
greatly affected by a cough, hoarseness and
soreness of the lungs, and . nn using a bottle of
this medicine found permanent relief.
Mr. Nicholas Harris, sen., ooe of the Dea
cons of the First Baptist Church in this city,
has been perfectly cured by it—after having
suffered for stxty years with Crugh, Asth
ma, and Spitting of Blood, which no remedy
before could relieve.
The Rev. C. C. P. Crosby, writes as foi
NA , York, June 15,1838.
To Dr. Jayne:—Dear Sir,—l have made
use of your Expectorant, personally and in
my family for the last six years, with great
benefit. Indeed I may consider my life pro
longed by the use of this valuable medicine,
under the blessing of God, fur scveral years.
I may say almost us much io the;caLe of my
wife, and also of the Rev. Mr. Tonsoo, of
the Island of Jamaic a. For all cases of cough.
inflAnotion of the ellost, aid throat, I
do most onlier,itatingly recommend this as the
best medicine I have ever tried. My earliest
wish is, that others afflicted as I have been,,
may experience the same relief, which I am
persuaded they will by using your Expecto
C. C. P. CROSBY.
The following Certificate is &tan a practi
sing PHYSICIAN and a much respected
Clergyman of the Methodist society—dw ,
ted Modest Town, Va. August 27, 1833
Dr. JAYNC, Dear have been using
Sour Expectorant extensively in my practice
for the last three months, and for all attacks
of Colds, Coughs, luflamation ef the Lungs,
Consumption, Asthma, Pains and weakness.
of the Breast, it is decidedly the best medi
cine I have ever tried.
Very resi!t•c . t yourm,
R. W. - WILLIAMS.
Dr. Ityne's 0111 Fe is No. 20 South Third
street, Philadelphia, where all orders wilt
be prorwptiy attends tl to.
Sold also by JACOB ILLER, agent.
Huntingdon, Pa.— Price si.
CAME to the residents of the sub
scriber at Mill Creek on, or before
the middle of September, Thrre Cows.
One a red and white cow about 8 or 9
years old. One of them is a brindle about
the same age. The other a red cow about
or 6 years old. The owner or owners
will please to call, pay charges, and take
them away; otherwise they . will be sold as
the law drirects.
Mill Creek Oct, 16, 1889-31.
r HE undersigned is desirous of obtaining
information relative to Adam Show
ers, who left his family sr metime during the
month of last June, for the avowed purpose
f seeking a place for himself and family.
The undersigned (his wife) takes this me
thod to tell him that she as well as hischil
dren, are in circumstances which need the
attention of a husband end father. If this
should meet his eye, she hopes, that the love
lie bears Isis children will at least induce
him to come to their assistance. Any per
son knowing where said Showers may be,
will confer a favor upon an anxious wife by
communicating such information to her et
the month of Spruce Creek,: Huntingdou
! county, Pa.
October 2, 1859.—p.
BLANKS OF EVERY DI:SCRIP
TION FOR' VILE AT TIHS