Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, September 20, 1843, Image 4
Vrallomationl ' 4 *•.:! N i. Wk .: ,2 Z • ! e f.i rs i, Notice of General Election. MOURSUANT to t,o act of the Getter al Assembly of the Commonwealth Petnotyl vania, entitled "A n act relating to the elections of thi. Commonwealth,' approved the second day of July, A. D., 1889, I, JOHN SHAVER, High Shc the county of Huntingdon, in the State of Pennsylvania, do het eby make known and give notice to the electors of the Minty aforesaid, that a General Election will be held in the said county of Hun tingdon, on Ike second Tursday (and 10th day) of October, 1843, at which time State and County officers, as follows, are to be elected, to wit : Three persona for CAN AL CO MNI IS - SIONERS of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. One person, in conjunction with the counties of Centre, Mifflin and Juniata to till the office of MEMBER of CON GRESS of the United States, to represent in the House of Representatives of the United States, the seventeenth Congres• sional district in Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Huntingdon, Centre, Mifflin and Juniata. Two persons to fill the office of MEM BERS OF 'IIIE HOUSE OF REPRE, SENTATIVES, to represent the county of Huntingdon in the House of Represen tatives of Pennsylvania. - - One person to till the vacancy in the or. fice of COUNTY COMMISSIONER of Huntingdon county, occasioned by the death of Robert Moore, to scree for one year. . . One person to fill the office of COUNTY COMMISSIONER of Huntingdon coun ty, to serve for three years. One person to till the office of COUNTY TREASURER of the county of Hun tindon. One person to fill the office of COUNTY AUDITOR of the county of Huntingdon. In pursuance of said act I also herehy make known and give notice, that the places of holding the aforesaid general election in the several election districts within the said county of Huntingdon, are as follows, to wit: Ist District composed of part of HEN , DERSON township, west of the line be ginning at Mifflin county line on the sum mit of Jack's mountain, thence west as far' as to include the farms owned by Michael Speck and the heirs of James Kelly to Mill Creek, thence up the said creek to West township line, thence along said line to the line of Mifflin county and - also a part of PORTER township, and all that part of WALKER township not in the 20th district, at the Court House in the Borough of Huntingthm. 2nd District composed of DUBLIN township, at the house of Matthew Tay lor, Jr. in said township. 3d District composed of WARRIORS MARK township, at the school house ad joining the town of Warriorsmark. 4th — District composed of the township of ALLEGHENY, at the house of Jacob Black. sth District composed of that part of the township of WOODBERRY not in cluded in the 6th district, and a part of MORRIS, at the house of Christian Hews it, in Williamsburg. 6th District composed of all that part of WOODBERRY township, laying south of a line to commence at the line of said township on the summit of Tussey's mountain, thence to run westwardly so as to include the house of Joseph Everhart, and south of the house of Aaron Burns, John Ditch and Peter Surrick, so as to in clude the power mill on Piney creek, and thence to the line of said township on the summit of Canoe mountain, at the public school house on the premises of Samuel Rhodes, on the Piney creek road leading from Springfield Furnace to Mar. tinsbu rg. 7th District composed of the township of HOPEWELL, at the house of David Simonton, to said township. Bth District composed of the township of BARREE, at the house of John Har per, in the town of Salisbury, in said township. 9th District composed of the township of S'IIRLEY, at the house of David Fraker, in Shirleysburg. 100) District composed of the township of ANTES, at the public school house on the land ofJohn Bell, in said township. 11th District composed of PORTER and part of WALKER townships, and so much of WEST township as is included in the following boundaries, to wit begin ning at the south-west corner of Tobias Caufman's farm on the bank of Little Ju• nista river, at the lower end of Jackson's narrows, thence in a north-easterly direc tion to the most southerly part of the farm owned by Michael Maguire, thence north 40° west to the top of Tussey's mountain to intersect the line of Franklin township, thence along said line to little Juniata riv er, thence down the same to the place of beginning, at the public school house in the town of Alexandria. 12th District composed of the township of FRANKLIN, at the house formerly occupied by William Lytle. 13th District composed of TILL town ship at the house now occupied by the heirs of James McNeal, in said township. tlth Ustrict composed of SPRING FIELD township, at the school house near Hunter's rail!. Istlt District composed of UNION township, at the school house, near Ezekial Corbin's, in said townsh.p. 161 District composed of that part of DENDEDSON township not included in th, Ist district, at the public school house in the village of Roxbury. 17ch District composed of TYRONE township, including that part of said town ship which was formerly attached to the 3‘l election district, at the house of James Crawford, in Tyrone township. 18th District composed of MORRIS township, at the house of Frederick Kuhn, in said township. 19th District composed of that part of WEST township not included in the 11th district, at the public school house on the farm formerly owned by James Ennis, in saidtowliship. 20th District composed of those parts of the townships of HOPEWELL and WALKER within the following bourda. ries, to wit : beginning at Hartsock's Gap in Tussey's mountain, thence down Gard. ner's run, so as to include the house of Matthew Garner, Isaac Bowers and Geo. Brumbaugh ; thence in a straight line through Forshey's Gap to the Union town ship line, thence down the same to a point opposite David Corbin's, thence down on a strait line, including the house of David Corbin, to the corner of Porter township, on the Huntingdon and Woodcock Valley road, thence along the said summit to the place of beginning, at the house occupied by Jacob Nlagally, in the village of Mc- Connelsbu rg. 521st District composed of that part of the township of Union, now composing the township of TOD, beginning on the line of Bedford county where the line of Springfield and Union townships meet, thence by the line between the townships to a point on said line, nearly opposite John Caufmin's, so as to include his farm, thence by a straight line to Hopewell township line at Forshey's Gap on Ter race mountain, thence by the line of Hopewell and Union townships to Bedford county line, thence to said place of begin ning, at the house now occupied by J. Henderson, in said district. 2ind District composed of that part of WEST township on the south-east side of Warrior ridge, beginning, at the line of West and Henderson township, at foot of said ridge to the line of Barree township, thence by the division line of Barree and West townships to the summit of Stone mountain, to intersect the line of Hender son and West townships, thence by said line to place of beginning, at the house now occupied by Benjamin Corbin, on Murry's Run. ‘23d District composed of CROM WELL township, at the house now occupied by David Elnire, in Orbisonia. 24th Distract composed of the township of FRANKSTOWN, at the public school house in the borough of Frankstown. 25th District composed of the township of BLAIR, at the house of Cornelius Mc- Connell, in the town of Newry, in said township. . . 26th District composed of the Borough of HOLLIDAYSBURG, at the brick school house to said borough. 27th District composed of the town of GAYSPORT, at the school house in said town where the borough elections are held. 25th District composed of the Borough of BIRMINGHAM, at the public school house in said borough. 29th District composed of the township of SNYDER, at the Bald Eagle school house in said township. 30th District composed of CASS town• ship, at the public school house in Cass• ville, in said township. • 1 make kLown and give notice, as in and by the 13th section of the aforesaid act lam directed that every person ex• cepting justices of the peace, who shall hold any office or appointment of profit or trust under the government of the United States, or of this Stale, or of any city or incorporated district, whether a commis sioned officer, or otherwise, a subordinate officer, or agent, who is or shall be, em ployed under the legislative, executive or Judiciary department of this State orof the United States, or orally city or incorpora ted district, and also, that every member of Congress, and of the state Legislature, and of the select or common council of uny city, or commissioners of any incor porated district, is by law incapable of holding or exercising at the sane time, the office or appointment of judge, in spector or clerk of any election of this Commonwealth, and that no inspector judge, or other officer of any such elec tion, shall be eligible to any office to be then voted fin." Also, that in the 4th section of the act of Assembly, entitled " An act relating to executions, and fat other purposes," ap proved April 16th 1840, it is enacted that the aforesaid 13th section "shall not be so ct.nstrued, as to prevent any militia ofi• cer or borough officer, front serving as judge, inspector, m• clerk, at any general or special election in this commonwealth." Pursuant to the provisions contained in the 76th section of the act aforesaid, the Judges of the aforesaid district shall re• spectively take charge of the certificate or return or the election of their respective districts, and produce them at a meeting ot one Judge from each district, at the Court !loose in the borough of Ilunting• don, on the third day after the day of election, being for the present year on rriday, the 13th of October next, then and there to do and perform the du ties required by law of said Judges.-- Also, that where a Judge by sickness or unavoidable accident, is unable to attend said meeting cfJudges, then the certificate • or return aforesaid shall be taken charge of by one of the Inspectors or Clerks of the election of said district, and shall do and perform the duties required of said Judge unable to attend. Also, that in the 61st section of said act it is omelet' that "every general and special election shall be opened between the hours of eight anti ten in the forenoon, and shall continue without interruption or adjournment until seven o'clock ►n the evening, when the polls shall be closed." Given under my hand at Huntingdon, the 13th day of September, 1843, and of the Independence of the United States thesixty-seventh. JOHN SHAVER, SINE [God save the Commonwealth] NATURAL .PIIINCIPLFIS. It is written in the Book of Nature and common sense, that the natural vegetable productions of every country are, if prop erly applied, amply sufficient for the cure of every malady incident to that clime. WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS are founded upon the principle, that the human body is subject to but one disease, viz: corrupt humors, which, when mai ned to the circulation, give rise to those disordered motions of the blood called IN vers; but when lodged in the various parts of the body, are the cause nut only of every ache or pain we suffer, but every malady incident to man. .1t should be remembered that Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills are composed of roots and herbs, which grow spontaneous ly on our own soil, and consequently are so admirably adapted to our constitutions that, while they cannot possibly injure even the most delicate, a perseverance in their use, according to directions, is absolutely certain to di i ee disease ()revery name from the body. When we wish to restore a swamp or morass to fertility, do we not drain it of the superabundant water ? In like maul ner, if we would restore the body to health we must cleanse it from impurity. Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, will be found peculiarly adapted to carrying, out this grand purifying, because they ex pel all corrupt humors in an easy and natural manner, and while they every day GIVE EASE AND PLEASURE, the constitution is restored to such a state of health and vigor, that disease will find no abiding place in the body. ll:wane OF COUNTERFEITS! As the great popularity of tV right's Indi an Vegetable Pills, has raised up a host of counterfeiters the public are cautioned against impostors, who ire travelling about the country, selling to the unsuspecting storekeepers a spurious article fur the above celebrated Pills. It should be remembered that, all "0 sell the genuine medicine are provided with a certificate of agency, of which the following is a copy : This is to certify that the within na med -is a regular and duly appointed -Agent for the sale of Wright' Indian Vegetable Pills, in the town of -, in the State of --, and this certificate, which is signed by Win. Wright, Vice President of the North American College of Health, must also be countersigned by the acting, Clerk or Agent, from whom said certifi cates is received, This certificate of agency will be re newed every twelve months; thereldre, if any alteration should be made in the date, do not purchase. The public are further informed that all who receive the above certificate, are also quire(' to sign the following (rr PLEDGE...co - This is to certify, that the subscriber by certificate bearing even date herewith, signed with the proper handwriting of William Wright, Vice President of the North American College of Health, - been appointed Agent for the sale of WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS, Or Indian Purgative, n the town of--, and State of -, to hold and continue in said agency during the pleasure of the said William Wright, anti no lonpr, any thing contained in the said certificate signed by the said William Wright, to the contrary thereof not,ith standing. In consideration whereof, I hereby covenant and agree to and with the said William Wright that I will not sell, or expose to sale, any medicine bear ing the above or a similar name during my said agency, other than that which I re ceive from his authorized agent or a.r ' ents, under the penalty of five hundred dollars to be paid by him, as liquidated damages. of itness - hand and seal, the - day for- one thousand eight hundred and roily - 'filtis it will be seen that the friends of the genuine medicine may be perfectly free front any apprehension of fraud, as all agents, who are provided with a certificate of agency, have invariably SIGNED TUE PLEDGE not to sell any Indian Vegetable Pills ex cept those received (ruin the above named William Wright, or his authorized agents. Country agents and other, will be on their guard against travelling imposters, and remember that all authorized travel lirg agents are also provided with a certi. ticate of agency as above described, and that Pills Aimed for sale, by those who cannot show a certificate of agency-, are sure to be counterfeit. It will be further observed that all genu ine medicine has the title expressed in MI on the sides of the buxes thus: WEIGHT'S INDIAN VEOLTADLEPILLS. (Indian Purgative) OF THE NORTH AMERICA COLLEGE OF HEALTH The patrons 4 - 11 7 1 : i — g - h . t . "a Indian Vege table Pills, mill also bear in mind that the directions which accompany each box of Pills, have been secured by copywright, and the proper form, viz: Entered ac- cording to the act of Congress, in the year 1840, by William Wright, in the Clerk's Office, of the District Court of the Eas• tern District of Pennsylvania," will be found at the bottom of the first page of said directions. Thus it will be seen, that a trifling at tention on the part of the purchaser to the above particulars, will put an effectual stop to this wholesale robbery, and drive, it is hoped, all depredators upon society to an honest calling. The following highly respectable store keepers have been appointed agents for the sale of Wrizht's Indian Vegetable Pills, of the North American College of Health. William Stewart, Hunth;gdon, Henry Learner Hollidaysburg, B. F. Bell, Antes township. Robert McNamara, Newry. Samuel S. Isett, 1 prone township. Millikens & Kessle, Mill Creek A. & N. Cresswell, Petersburg. Gemmel & Porter, Alexandria. Moore & Steiner, Water Street. Joseph Patton, Jr. Duncansville. R. H. McCormick, Collinsville. Wolf & Frankstown. Offices devoted exclusively to the sale of the medicine, wholesale and reiail, No. 288 Greenwich street, New York ; and No. 198 Tremont street, Boston ; and Principal Of fice, No. 169 Race street, Philadelphia. N. 14. The public are respectfully in• formed that the Pills made by one V.O. Flack, and sold by a man named Parker, in Third street, are not the genuine Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills; and as counterfeiters and their associates sell7at halt price, it is absolutely impossble for them to have the genuine medicine for sale. *,' Be particular in all cases to ask For the genuine Wright's Indian Vegetable. Ping, November SO, 184'2. PTO INVALIDS, ,f - n How important it is that you commence without loss of time with BItANDRETH PILLS. They mildly but surely remove all impurities from the blood, and no case of sickness can effect the human frame, that these celebrated Pills do not relieve as much as medicine can do. COLDS and COUGHS are more benefiitted by the Brandreth Pills than by Lozenges and Candies. Very well, perhaps, as palliatives, but worth nothing as ERADICAToRS of diseases irons the human system. The Brandreth Pills cure, they do not merely relieve, they Cure. Diseases, whether chronic or recent, intectious or oth erwise, will certainly be cured by the use of these all-sufficient Pills. CURE OF A CANCEROUS SORE, SING SING, January 21, 1843, DR. BENJAMIN BRANDRETH: Honored Sir,— Owing to you a debt of gratitude that mo ney cannot pay. I am induced to make a public acknowledgment of the benefit my wife has derived from your invaluable Pills. About three . years this winter she was taken with a pain bin her acle; which soon became very much inflamed, and swollen, so mach that we became much alarmed, and sent for the doctor. During his attendance the pain and swelling increased to an alarming degree, and in time weeks from its first conimencing it became a running sore. Site could get no rest at night the pain was su great. Our first doctor attended her for six months, and she received no benefit what ever, the pain growing worse and the sore larger all the time. He said if it was healed up it would be her death, but lie appeared to be at a loss how to proceed, and my poor wife still continued to suffer the most terrible tortures. .We therefore sought other aid, in a Botannical doctor, who said when he first saw it that he could soon cure the sore and give her ease at once. To our surprise he gave her no relief, and acknowledged that it quite baffled all his skill. 'Thus we felt utter having tried during one whole year the experience of two celebrated physicions in vain, in absolute despair. My poor wife's constitution rapidly failing in the prime of her years from her continued suffering. Under these circumstances we concluded that we would try your Universal Vegetable Pills, determined to fairly test their curative effects. To my wife's great comfort the first few doses afforded great re lief of the pain. Within one week to the astonishment of ourselves and every one who knew the case, the swelling and the infla mation began to cease so that she felt quite easy, and would sleep comfortable, and sir, after six weeks' use she was able logo thro' the house and again attend to the manage ment of her family, which she had not done for nearly fourteen months. In a little over two months from the time she first commen ced the use of your invaluable Pills her allele was quite sound, and her health better than it had been in quite a number of years be fore. I send you this ttatement atter two years test of the cure, considering it only an act of justice to you and the public et large. We are with much gratitude, Very respectfully, TIMOTHY & ELIZA A. LITTLE. PS.—The Botanical Doctor pronounced the sore cancerous, and finally said no good could bz done, unless the whole of the flesh was cut off and the bone scraped. Thank a kind Providence, this made us resort to your fills, which saved us from all further mis ery, and fur which we hope to be thankful. T. &E. A. 1.. 1 1 Dr. Brandretli's Pills are for sale by the following Agents in Huntingdon county. Thomas Read, Hutmgdon. Wm. Stewart, Huntingdon. & N. Cresswell, Petersburg. Mary W. Neff, Alexandria. Joseph Patton, Jr. Da ncansviile. Hamm. & Smith, Manor Hill. S. Miles Green & Co. Barree Forge, Thomas 0 wens, Birmingham. A. Patterson, Williamsburg. Peter Good, Jr. Canoe Creek. John Lutz, Shtrleysburg. Observe each of Dr. Bredreth's Agents have nu engraved certificate of Agency.— Examine this and you will Iliad the NEW LA BLES upon the certificate corresponding with those on the Boxes, none other are gen uine. B. DR ETH, M. Phira. Of fi ce S. N o rth Bth St.—ly. D, ¶LANK BONDS to Constables for Stay 4,40 of Execution, udder the new law, just printed, and for sale, 'tit this office. FOY COUSIIIIIM ion of the Lungs. Affections of the Liver, Asthma, Bronchitis, Pains or Weakness of the Breast or Lungs, Chronic Coughs, Pleurisy, Hemorrhage of the Lungs, and all allectious of the Pulmonary Organs A'attn•c'a own Prescrlyzon. A compound Balsamic preparation of the Prunus Virs'iniana of .Wild Cherry Bark,' combined with the Extract of nr, prepa• red by a chemical process, approved and recommended by the most distinguished physicians, and universally acknowledged the must valuable medicine ever discovered, No Quackery ! No Decep . fion. In settin forth the virtues of this truly great medicine, we have no desire to deceive those who are aboring under the affliction, nor do we wish to eulogize it more than it deserves. Yet we look around and see the vast amount of suffering and distress occa sioned by many of tha diseases in which this medicine has proved so highly successful, we feet that we cannot urge its claims too strongly, or say too much in its favor. Various remedies it is true have been of fered and putted into notice for the cure of diseases of the Lungs, and some have no doubt been found very useful, bat all that have yet been discovered, it is admitted by physicians and all others who have witness ed its effects, that none have proved as sue essful as this. Such, indeed, are the Surprising Virtues Of this Balsam, that even in the advanced stages of Conaumption, after all the most esteemed remedies of physicians have failed to effect any change, the use of this medi cine has been productive of the most aston ishing relief, and actually effected cures after all hopes of recovery had been dis paired of. _ In the first stage of the disease, termed Catarrhal Consumption, originating from neglected COLDS, it has been used with un deviating success, and hundreds acknowl edge they owe the restoration of their health to this invaluable medicine alone, in that form of consumption so prevalent amongst delicate young females, commonly termed debility, or " Going into a Decline," A complaint with which thousands are lin gering, it has also proved highly successful, and not only possesses the power of checking the progress of this alarming complaint, but also strengthens and invigorates the system more effectually than any medicines we have ever possessed. Beides itsliprising efficacy in consump tion, it is equally efficacious in Liver Com plaint, Asthma, Bronchitis, and all aff:c tuins of the Lungs, and has cured many of the mast obstinate cases, alter every other remedy had failed. re. For particulars see Dr. Wistor's treaties on consumption, to be had of the agents. WHILE LIFE REMAINS WE STILL HAVE SOME HOPE, A SURPRISING CuRE.---Among the many singular cures which this medicine has ef fected, there is perhaps none in which its powers are so Cully shown as in the case of Mrs. Austin. This lady has been consumptive for seve ral years, and during the greater part of this time had received the best medical attention, and tried all the most valuable remedies, yet nothing could be found to arrest its progress. She became subject to violent fits of cough ing, expectorated large quantities of Waiter occasionally tinged with blood, slid step by step this fearful disease continued its course, until all hopes of a recovery was des paired of. While in this distressing situa tion, lingering upon the very verge of the grave, she commenced the use of this Bal sam, which, to use her own expressien, op perated almost like a charm. In a few days she expectorated freely, the cough . NaS gra dually suppressed, and every day appeared to add fresh vigor to her looks, and now, in the place of that emaciated form withering to decay, she is seen mingling in society, in better health than she has enjoyed for years. DISINTERESTED TEsTunonY.----Having witnessed the sin prising efficacy of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, in the case of Mrs. Austin, 1 cheerfully acknowl edge the above statement to he true and cor rect. J. C. WALTERS, M. a LIVER COMPLAINT. ---Mrs. Eliza Thomp son was afflicted with this complaint for nearly five years, during whirls time she was under the moat skilful physicians—had tried Mercury, Botanic and noincepathic reme dies, and every thing that offered her any hopes of relief. She had duir, wandering pans in her side, sometimes in the shoulder and small of the back, a hacking cough, fre quent pains in the breast, and hail been una ble to sleep on her right side for three years. By the use of this Balsam she was cured in a few weeks, and remains well to this day. ELIZA TIR/AWSON. Wo Sept. 4, Ha Dear Sin—Although , you 'v valuable medi cine has already found hundreds of powerful advocates, it still may be gratifying to you to receive a communication from any one that has been relieved by it. Such, sir is truly my case. I lir ve been a victim of that terri ble disease consumption, for many months, and have suffered so much, that I had be come almost weary of my . life. Hearing your Balsam so highly praised, I began ta king a few weeks back, and can assure you that it has relieved me more than any thing I have ever used before, and 1 confidently believe it will cure me eff,ctually. Please give the bearer the worth of the enclosed, and oblige Yours Respectfully, JOHN PEARSON. Chester county, Sept 6, 1841. Friend Wistar:---It gives me much plea sure to inform thee that my wife's health has improved very much since she has been using thy Balsam of Wild Cherry, and we think there is no doubt it will cure her. She has taken the two bottles I purchased from thee a short time since, and her cough is much better, she also sleeps well at night, and says she has found nothing to give her so much relief. Thee will please give the bearer two bottles more for Thy Friend, EDWARD HOLMES. a - 11-:ol the following from De. Jacob lull physician of extensive practice in liimtn:gdon count): pi'. turrd one bottle of Dr. ‘Vi s t a v' s Belsrn 1 4 Wild Cherry, from liomas Read, •d' this place, and tried it in a case ot obstinate A stlions an a child of Paul Schweble, in which many other reme dies had been tried without any relief. The Balsam gave sudden relief, and in my opin ion the child is cffectuelly cured by its use. Yours, &c. JACOB HOFFMAN, M. D. Dec.. 23, 1841. Dear Sir:-1 cur Balsam of Wild Cherry has t ff•cted sonic astonishing cures here.— (The et which an old lady, Mrs. Russel, who has been suffering for a long time with shortness of breathing, and general weak ness, until she was finally t bliged to keep her bed. After ratios other remedies had b, en resorted to in vain, she commenced using your Balsam, and after taking two bot tles was so far recovered as to be able to at tend to all the duties of her house, and on taking two bottles more was entirely cured. Respectfully &c., JOHIN S. C. MARTIN. Pottsville, Pa. CAUTION.—As them. is :1 spurious mix lure called Syrup or Wild Cherry, purcha sers should be particular to ask for Dr. Hietal's Balsam, sod observe his signature on the bottle. Prepared for the pioprittor, nod sold at wholesale by Williams & Cn., Chemists, No. 21 Minor street, sold also in almost every town in the United States. Price one dollar per bottle. Fur sale by Thomas Read, Huntingdon, and fasten Orr, 11.11iility MAI rg. November SU, 1842. MORGA 'S Rll 1 , 117 MAT IC LI'ANT. lif,pplllS LINIMENT has fully established ia a character superior to any medicine ever offered for so painful a disease in this and the neighboring counties the relief it has given and the cures performed is Wily known. The. Medicine in.,y be obtained at the following Stores, viz MiFFLIN COUNTY. Lewistown IVillnun Marks Waynesburg Smith & M'Vey Iteedsville I). C. Miller Sterretts Mill's E. E. Lock & Pet ryville W. & 'l. Reed Greenwood Jos. A. Bell Allenville Wm. Bell. HUNTINGDON COUNTY. Huntingdon Jacob Miller do. T. K. Simonton Mill Creek J. 11. Dorsey & Co. McConnelstown James Campbell Jr. Shirleysburg W. & B. Leas Orbisonia T. E. Orbison & Co: Shades Brice X. Blair Rebecca Furnace J. M'Kernan Hollidaysburg Robert Williams Yellow Springs James M. Kinkead Alexanthia John Porter Petersburg Jos. M. Stevens Shavers Creek Walker & Neff Saulsburg Hi L. M'Carthy Ennis - dile J. A. Bell & Brothers CENTRE COUNTY Bellefonte John Harris Farmers Store Penns Valley, J. A. Timmer Millhelm J. & W. L. Mustier Aaronsburg 0. P. & VV.C.Duncan Spring Mills Duncan & Hays Boalsburg William S. Wulf Pine Grave B. Sindze. JUNIATA COUNTY. Mifflintown Samuel Pennebaker Perrysville Charles Yowling Johnstown Tus'a Va'y Middagh & Milk:ken Jackson Ville James B. Morrison Waterf.:rd Matthew Laughlin Near do. J. S. Laird Waterloo David Kling JOHN J. MORGAN. Letters to the proprietor should lie sent to Brown's Mills P. 0., Mifflin county, Pa. March 8,184.3.—1 y. CRAMS ! CHAIRS ! ! The subscriber respectfully in forms the inhabitants cf Hunt ingdon and its vicinity, that he has opened an establishment in t the borough of Lewistown, for the manufacture of Chairs, Set tees, &c., of the following kinds, viz: French Chairs, Half French. Grecian. Fan cy curled Maple, Black Walnut, Office, Fancy and Windsor Basin Rocking, Spring scat Mahogany , Cabinets, and Studying Chairs. SETTEES. Mohgany, Fancy, Cushion, cane and conanm bitters, on an improved and fashionable plan, Settee iledsleads, both elegant and useful, designed to close tip, making a handsome Settee with cushion seat for the day time. The subscriber having been for several years Past engaged in the above business in the cities of New York and Providence R.I. he flatters himself that he will be able to give general satisfaction to all those who will honor him with their patronage. All the above mentioned articles, and every thing in his line of business he will furnish in the latest style and fashion, on the most reasonable terms, and warranted to do good service. N. B.—Chairs, Settees, &c., repaired and ornamented on the shortest notice and most reasonable terms. A constant supply of the above mentioned articles may lie :.een at the Wareroorn one door east of the Store of Mrs. Jane M''Cor mick and immediately opposite the store of Patterson & Horner. Lewistown, NorG F. 01? (1 NV. SWAIN, . SO, 184'2. Snyelees Pegelable Concrete. rt do certify that my wife was afflicted for ilk some time with a very severe cough, with a pain in the breast, and after many other remedies had failed I was induced to procure a bottle of J. Snyder's Vegetable Concrete, and she was perfectly restored by the use of part of a bottle full. HUGH KELLEY, For sale by Jacob Snyder, Hollidaysburg. Jan. 18, 1843. Orofice. wrrEns of admibistrstion on the es tate of John Isenberg., late of the bo rough of Alexandria, lluntingdon county, dec'd., have been granted to tit- undersigned, All persons indebted to said estate are ri - quested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against it will present them properly authenticated for settlement without delay. SAIiiIJET. ISENBERG, Adm'r. June 7,1843.-6 t.