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Illmatatigdoit, Oct. 23, 1813.
Wood is wanted at this office in payment of sub..
soription, advertising and job work.
Ailseilisoments must be handed in on Tuesday
morning before 9 o'clock to insure their insertion in
next morning's paper.
gI'OATS and CORN will be taken, at the
market price, in payment of subscription and job
bing due this office.
Arrival of the Steamship
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The Steamship Hibernia arrived at her wharf
East Boston, on Wednesday last, at 1 o'clock.
The news by this steamer is of no great interest
save in relation to the state of trade, the advance of
Cotton, &c., and the increased agitation in Ireland.
The Repeal movement is getting stronger in moral
power than the English Govornment, and they feel
the necessity of putting it down by force.
The revival of trade was the theme of general
congratulation. Every branch of busines had its
nourishing glow. It appears that the manufactur
ing districts are all bustle and activity. The demand
to co, is principally confined to the home market.—
Orders for the East. mots particularly for China,
name come pouring in of late. But the other great
foreign markets, tl ... NALte l l P,......ates and Brazil, are
is a state‘, The cotton =artist wail
MrractiVe and buoyant.
The Puseyite schismhadreceived a "heavy blow
and great discouragement" of late. Mr. Newman
preached his farewell sermon on Tuesday last, and
took final leave of Oxford—perhaps of the churCK,
INDIA MAIL LOST.
Loss of the Memnon Steamer, in the Red Se o 4
with the overdue India Mail—Artraordi-
Express from Paris.
CAIRO, _pumnber 13.
The Hindostan arrived ,•;;. the morning of the
24th, at 4 o'clock, at Suez. She brings 108 pas
sengers, and the sad intelligence of the total wreck
of the Memnon, from Bombay, at or near the Afri
can coast, opposite Adeu. All the mails were
totally destroyed. The commander was Captain
Powell, who, I believe, lost the Semiranda, in her
first trip, being the filet steam frigate in the Indian
navy. Much blame is attached on this occasion
She struck on a reef after the commander had
been warned by the officerspn watch of the vicinity
of land, and the consequent danger. The mail was
large, but entirely lost; the passengers and treasure
all saved. Two 'passengers of the Memnon arri
ved at Seitz by the Hindman.
The Repeal Agitation is going on with its moral
momentum. Tho Mr. Conner who made such a
•tumult by his violent measures, had withdrawn from
the Dublin Association.
The adjourned meeting of the Association was
field on Wednesday, Sept. 27, Counsellor Scully in
the chair. Mr. O'Connell, who was received with
enthusiastic cheering' and who looked remarkably
well, commenced the business of moving for a fur
ther investigation of the charges of extermination
against Mr. Smith which was agreed to.
Mr. Ray then read letters from the following
places in America :—From Boston, transmitting
£59 3s; from Savannah, $5OO ; from Massachusetts,
£100; from Hartford, Conn. £67; from N. Jersey,
£3O 12s; from Newark, New Brunswick, £4O;
from Philadelphia, per Judge Doran, £6O; from St.
Louis Miss., £l74—a Bill of Exchange on Messrs.
T. Martin & Son, Liverpool, from Cincinnati,
£ll3 10s; and from Now York, per Hon. Judge
James, $l4OO, the several receipts of which were
announced amidst enthusiastic cheers.
Mr. O'Connell spoke at great length and with a
baring and irreaiatable eloquence, declaring that
neither the scoffs of his enemies, or the taunts of
pretended friends, would induce him to go faster
than he deemed prudent. He said that they had
an iimpression not only in France, America, and
Europe, but also on the English, who arc beginning
to understand them, and who might, by and by,
attempt to bribe them.
The last great demonstration took place on Sun
day last, at Ruth of Mullaghmaat, in Leinater. It
appears to have been an immense gathering. Ho
denounced the slavery of the United States in ve
hement terms, with the request, "let CHAT go to
America I" It is hinted that the Government are
about to bring these measures to a premature close.
The Times of Monday gives currency to the hint
es a "rumor." To put down the agitation in Ire
land new, when no attempt has been made to re
move the acklowledged evil. under which the people
labor, would be a dangeous experiment with the
peace of the country.
Affairs in this kingdom are still unsettled. The
Swabian Mercury states that the northern Powers
will not depart from the principles of legitimacy in
the affairs of Spain ; that is that Queen Isabella shall
marry the eldest eon of Don Carlos, and that he, m
order to preserve the right of legitimacy, shall assume
the title of the King of Spain.
The new government of Spain, it is reported,
contemplate the re-establishment of a good under
standing with the court of Rome. The Primate of
Spfin is to take the initiative measures.
By intelligence from Greece, it appears that King
Otho has at last heen obliged to concede to his sub
jects at last, what ho ought to have given them first
—aconstitution and ministerial responsibility. The
wonder is, that a people like tho Greeks should have
endured the despotism of the King of Bavaria's son
oolong and so quietly.
The disturbances here continue—riot, murders,
incendiaryiem, &c. One murder hail taken place
under most horrible and ravage circumstances.
Rebecca and her daughters were spreading devas
tation every where. The farmers have petitioned
for a redress of grievances, but will not hold nightly
meetings with the agitators.
The Paris papers of the 30th September state that
the sensation created by the agitation of the ques
tion touching the fortification of Paris had not di
minshed. A meeting of the editors of the opposition
journals took place at the house of M. Arage, (the
celebrated raven and Deputy) on Friday ; but a let
ter of M. Bastilde, principal editor of the National,
addressed to M. Arago, and published in the Na
tional of Friday, appears to have defeated the in
tended coalition of all sections and colors Of the
On Tuesday, the 17th inst., by the Rev. A. M'.
Ginley, Mr. HENRY SPITZER to Miss CATH
ARINE RUNK, all of Dublin township.
In Selinsgrove, on the 15th inst., by Jacob Riblet,
Esq. Mr. ISAAC KNEISE, of Huntingdon county,
to Miss SUSANNAH ROW, of the former place.
NOTICE is hereby even to all persons
concerned, that the following na
med persons have settled their accounts in
the Register's Office at Huntingdon, and
that the said . , accounts will be presented
for confirmation and allowance at an Or
phans' Court to be held at Huntingdon, in
an '1 for the county of Huntingdon, on
Wednesday the 15th day of November
r I.. Joseph S. P. Ilarris and Dr. Alexan
der M'Kamey, Administrators with the
,will annexed of Aaron Burns, Esq., dec.,
who was administrator de bonis non with
will annexed of the estate of Dr. John
Baker, late of Frankstown township, dec.
2. Francis Christy, Administrator of
the estate of Joseph Christy, late of Blair
3. John Burst, Administrator de bonis
non of the estate of Samuel McClelland,
late of Barree township, deceased.
4. Daniel Nell; Jacob Harncame and
Alexander Stitt, Administrators of the es
tate of Henry Neff, dec'd, who was one of
the Guardians of John N. Swoope, a mi
nor sun of Henry Swoope, late of Bed
ord county, deceased .
5. Daniel Neff, Jacob Harncane and
Alexander Stitt, Administrators of the es
tate of Henry Neff, dec'd, who was one of
the Guardians of Henry W. Swoope, a
minor son of Henry Swoope, late of Bed
ford county, deceased.
6. Samuel Dean, one, and the survi
ving Executor of the last will and testa
ment of John Dean, late of Morris town
7. Samuel Dean and William Caldwell,
Executors of the last will and testament of
Robert Dean, dec'd, who was one of the
Executors of the last will and testament
of John Dean, late of Morris township,
8. Samuel Dean and W.11;o^• o-ia”ctr,
Ex' , cows of the last will and testament
of Robert Dean, late of Morris township
9. John Acker and Michael Hetrick,
Executors of the last will and testament
of Christian Acker, late of Moodberry
JOHN REED, Register.
Register's O f fice, Hunting
do►i, Oct. 18, A. D. 1843.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
That well known property called the
Shaffersville stand, near Waterstreet, will
be offered for sale or rent, at public outcry,
on Saturday the 4111 (lay of November next.
The real estate and merchandise will be
exposed to sale collectively. Should a
sale not be effected in that way, they will
then be offered separately. The real es
tate independent of the Merchandise, con
of the best quality of Lime Stone Land
A good two story TAVERN HOUSE, a
large convenient stone house,
and sufficient STABLING
.' for a number of horses, &c.
'There is also a fountain pump at the door
of never failing limestone water. And
also a never failing stream of water passes
through the premises, sufficiently strong
to supply a foundry or many other valua
ble and profitable machineries.
The conditions for the above will be
made known on the (lay of sale.
The store consists of a quantity of
of the best,kind, well selected, and bought
on the lowest terms, none of which can be
considered old stock. The same will be
sold at a very liberal percentage off the
The terms to be one halt in hand, the
balance on the Ist April 1844.
Should the real estate not be sold, the
purchaser of the merchandize shall then
have the first chance to rent the stand.
Persons desirous to embark in the
would do well by securing the above pro
perty—for it has certainly many conve
niences and advantages. It is located on
the turnpike, and but a few hundred rods
from the Canal--and surrounded by a rich
and thickly settled neighborhood.
Sale to continence on the premises, at
11 o'clock A. M., where due attendance
will be given by the subscribers,
1-111.EMAN, TUSSEY & Co.
Shafferscille, Oct. 11, 1843.—pd.
JUST received 50 kegs or Pure White
Lead" in oil, and a general assort
ment of Nail=, which will be sold at low
prices. WILLIAM DORRIS.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
N pursuance of an
01441, •:‘ order of the Or
' pitons' Court of Hun
4ty. tingdon county, will
be exposed to public
sale, oil the prettikes, on Thursday the 9th
day of November next, 1843, the following
real estate, late of John Miller, Esq. of the
borough of Huntingdon, dec'd., viz :
All that lot of ground on the northerly
side of Ilill street, opposite the Market
house in the borough of Huntingdon,
fronting 50 feet on Hill street, and ex
tending back 185 feet to Washington
street; bounded by Bath street on the
west, and a lot of Samuel Steel, Esq. on
the east, with a large two story brick
house and frame stable thereon erected.
All that other lot of ground on the nor
therly aide of Hill street, in said borough,
fronting 50 feet on said street, and extend
ing hack 2CO feet to Washington street,
being lot No. 104 in the plan of said town,
bounded by a lot late of John Yocum on
the east, with a two story house, part log
and part fra►ne, and a blacksmith shop
All those two adjoining lots of around
on the southerly side of Rill street, in said
borough bounded by a lot of Win. Ward on
the west, and a lot of John M'Cahan on the
east; each of said lots fronting 50 feet on
Hill street, and extending in depth 200
feet to Allegheny street, and being lots
No. 82 and 83 in the plan of said town;
with a large two story weather boarded
house, part frame and part log, a large log
stable with a stone basement, and a tan
yard and large Frame Tan House thereon.
The title of the above property is indis
Terms of Sale.—One half of the pur
chase money to be paid on the confirma
tion of the sale, and residue within one
year thereafter, with interest ; to be secu
red by the bond and mortgage of the par.
chaser. By the court,
JOIIN REED, Clerk.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M
of said day. Attendance will given by
JACOB MILLER, Trustee, &c.
Oct. 11, 1843.
CHAIRS ! CHAIRS ! !
The subscriber is now prepared to furnish
every description of CHAIRS, from the
plain kitchen to the most splendid and fash
ionable one for the parlor. Also the
LUXURIOUS AND EASY CHAIR
FOR THE INVALID,
in which the feeble and afflicted invalid,
though unable to walk even with the aid of
crutches, may with ease movejlimself from
room to room, through the garden and in
the street, with great rapidity.
Those who are about going to housekeep
' ins, will find it to their advantage to give
him a call, whilst the Student and Gentle
man of leisure are sure to find_ in ilia
invented , t naL cannon
....11 no other article of the kind is capable
of affording. Country merchants and ship
pers can be supplied with any quantity at
No. 113 South Second street, two doors
below Dock, Philadelphia.
May 31, 1843.---1 yr.
Estate of Dr. 0. G. Scott.
Late of the Borough of Birmingham.
Huntingdon county, dec'd.
Notice is hereby given, that letters testa
mentary upon the will of said dec'd have been
granted to the undersigned. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the same are requested
to present them duly authenticated for set
JOHN SCOTT, Jr. Ex'r. and
ELIZABETH SCOTT, Ex'x.
Birmingham, Aug. 16, 1843.
Umbrella, Parasol 4. Sun-shade
No 4 South Fourth street, below Market,
JOSIAH W. CLARKE,
( Successorto R. Rzchie.)
Respectfully announces to the ladies and
gentlemen of Fluntiugdon:county, that he has
constantly on hand, wholesale and retail, a
large and splendid assortment of Sun-shades,
Parasols and Umbrellas of the very best
materials that can be obtained in this mar
ket, and being manufactured under his Im
mediate superintendence, the quality and
workmanship will be warranted equal, if not
superior, to any in the city, at the lowest
fUr" Merchants are invited to call and ex
amine the stock.
Phil'a September 27, 1893. 3m.
(Estate of Michael Wallace, late of Mon
ris township, deceased.)
acidlatZ.Va EZ'aDadcrs.cs• 8 8
Persons indebted to the es-
Yl6l YILJ of Michael Wallace,
late of Morris township, dec'd., are hereby
notified to come forward and pay off their
accounts. Suits will be instituted immedi
ately after the first of January next, against
all who neglect to comply with this notice.
S. P. WALLACE,
Aug. 23, 1842.-3 m pd Surviving Adm'r.
MARKET SQUARE, HARRISBURG, Pa
The subscriber respectfully announces to his
friends and the public generally, that he has
taken the above named well known Tavern
Stand, (formerly kept by W tn. E. Camp,)
where he will endeavor to serve those that
may call upon him in the most satisfactory
manner: The House is Centrally and plea..
santly located, and is furnished throughout
with the best of bedding and other furniture,
and his accommodations ate such as to make
it a convenient and desirable stopping place.
Qom/' No exertions will be spared to make
it agreeable in all its departments to those
who may favor him with a call.
FREDERICK J. FENN.
December 21, 1842.
IUNG desirous to have my real estate
sold at a fair price for the times and of
paying my debts as far, and as soon as pos
sible, 1 take this early opportunity to an
nounce the sale of the following described
property by the Sheriff at the November
court, now next ensuing, and most respect
fully invite persons to call and examine the
ONE HALF LOT,
adjoining Jacob Lex on the west, with a
trame building, with brick front, 30 by 34
feet, three and a halt stories high, plastered
from top to bottom, containing
12 Rooms and Iwo Cellars,
calculated for two fathilies—splendidly fin
ished with cornish and dormant windows in
front; with double stable, 18 by 3') feet, and
other back buildings, and protected by a
wharf feet high.
Two thirds of a Lot,
adjoining the above, protected by a stone
wharf feet high, with a
Brick building 40 feet front by 20 feet
back, with a bock building
18 by 20 feel,
three and a half stories high, containing 10
rooms, with large hall, and Piaza, and all
plastered, and a cellar under the whole buil
ding—cornish and dormant windows in front
—three rooms and the hall splendidly pa
pered, and four Russian Sheet Iron Grates,
permanently fixed in the fire-places--porch
to the back-building—also a back building
on the lot.
One third of a Lot,
adjoining the above, protected by a wharf
Eti feet high, with a
Brick building 20 feet front by 5011 back,
(being the store-room, and it is said to he the
most splendid in the county,)—three and a
half stories high ; the third story being in
one room, second story in three rooms, first
story being the•
and all plastered—the store being furnished
in the best style, having the common shel
ving; with glass cases round the whole room,
and 32 drawers, two heavy panneied coun
ters, with heavy popular plank tops, each
counter being 36 feet long—also sash doors
between store and office. All the above
buildings in one block. -
Call and see, gentlemen, I will be happy
to show you through.
Sept. 27, 1843.—tc.
oo -aZeZffiA« oo
nottSPECTFULLY informs the citizens
rlisb of Huntingdon, and the public, in gen
eral, that he still continues the
Tailoriti g Business,
at his old stand, in Main street, in the bo
rough of Huntingdon, in the brick house
immediately opposite the store of Thomas
Read, where he is tully prepared and ready
to accommodate all, who may favor him
with a call.'
He receives,-regularly, fromltew.fork,
Scott's No,ou York, Paris and rifindolf.-
F A S 1111 I
and he is dete rrlined to employ none but the
best and most experienced workmen; and
he guarantees to execute all orders in his
line in the most fasbi n
" g, wishes and
orders ot customers.
COUNTRY PRODUCE will be taken,
at the market price, in payment of work
done at his shop.
Thankful for pi.st favors; he solicits a
continuance of public patronage.
August 16, 1843.—th
riT 'HE creditors of Joseph Maze, late of
the borough of Huntingdon dec'd., will
take notice that the undersigned auditors
appointed to distribute among the creditors
of said dec'd. the assets remaining in the
hands of Wray Maize, his administrator,
will meet for that purpose at the office of
Thomas P. Campbell in the borough of Hun
tingdon on Thursday the 26th day of Octo
ber next, when and where all persons inter
ested are requested to present their claims,
or be debarred from coming in for a share
of the assets.
CHAS. A. NEWINGHAM,
CHAS. H. MILLER,
Sept. 27, 1843. Auditors.
CHEAP CASH STORE.
HENRY L. ELDER,
No. 493 Market Street,—above 181 h,
Respectfully invites the attention of those
who buy for cash (as he sells on no other
terms) to his very large and splendid assort
ment of Hardware and Cutlery, just re
ceived from England, in addition to his usual
Foreign and Domestic Hardware,
of the beat quality.
He earnestly requests them to examine
elsewhere. and after ascertaining the lowest
prices at which they can purchase, then to
call notwithstanding the distance and unin
fluenced by the remarks of interested deal
ers in the same business, and enquire the
prices of the same goods at Ills store.
It is his fixed determination, and he wish
es it so distinct] y understood, not only to sell
as cheap as any other store, but positively
His arrangements are so made, he be
lieves, as to enable him to do so, and yet
make a small profit. At all events, cash
purchasers will find it their interest to call.
HENRY L. ELDER,
Cheap Hardware Store and Neal
Warehouse, No. 493 lbarket Street,
between 13th and Broad.
Philadelphia, Aug. 23, 1843.
Estate of Rebecca Dean,
Late of Tyrone township, deceased.
OTICE is hereby given, that Letters
1 testamentary on the last will and tes
tament of said deceased have been granted
to the subscribers. All persons therefore
indebted to the estate of said deceasd, are
requested to make immediate payment, and
all having claims to present them duly au
thenticated for settlement, to
JAMES MORRO W, Ex'r.
Sept. 20, 1842.—• 6t Tyrone tp.
JlJef received, and for sale, wholesale
and retail, a large supply of Doctor
‘l , istar'a Balsam of Ii ild Cherry—also,
Ilouck's Panacea, at the Huntingdon Drug
Store, THOS. READ.
Trial List for ov. Terni 743,
FIR ST WEEK.
v Stoner & Stotler
Ramsey v Grafius
Walter's heirs v Stoner & Stoner
Hewit v Seeds
Bosserman v Royer et al
Johnston v Denlitiger's adm'r,
Lex & son v Ennis et al
Wharton's children v Swoope's Adm'rs.
O'Friel's Ex'rs, v Hatfield
Royer et al v Ake
Smith & M'Namara v Baughman
Reed & sons• v Betts & Co.
M'Kee & Hewit v Shomo's Ex'rs
v Royer et al '
Raymond & CO. V Hoffman et al
Patterson v eakl writ
Culbertson v Kemp et al
M'N eal v Shore
M'Connel's Ex'rs. M'Namara et al
Cressweli v Kemp et al
Holliday's Ex'rs. v Alexander
Com'th for use v M'Cartney et al
Com'th v Ennis et al
Iteamy • v Kring's Adtn'r
Com'th for use v Jackson
Same - -
h v Woods
Lex & son v Price
Kemp for use v Green
Baker , v Benner
Smith v M'Lain
Rogers v Hewitt et al
Wilson v Commissioners et al
Com'th for use v Lightner et al
Brown et al v Royer et al
Knox v Bolin
Murphy's Adm'x v Magee
Storm v Kinney
Hartley v M'Cord
Hewit v James
Kelly v T rock ret al
King v Hart
Hall v Conrad's Ad'mr.
Kurfman v E. Corbins' Ex'r.
Overseers of C umb. v Overseers of Hunt'n
Johnston v Brubaker et al
Hirst v Johnston
Gardner v Thompson
Ginter v Dorsey & Co:
M'Cahan v Buchanan
Adams et al v C:.th. Cong, Holli
M'Gary v M'Namara et al
Curtins Adm'r v Mv ton
Morrow for use v John's Adm'r
Same y Same
Lingafelt for use v Milliken
Spermg et al v Sissler.et el
Com'th for use v Shaver et al
Cuthbert v Dougherty et al
Walker's Ex'rs v M'Camant
Blair v Montz
Stevens for use v Green
Eldridge et al v Barr
Marshall v O'Friel's Ex'rs
Gates v Wheeland's Adm'r
Same v Same
Com'th for use v Ex'rs
Lowry's Ad'rnr v Lowry
Hazard for use v Chileett
v O'Friere ters
Dooley v eamo
King v Game
." —"." v same
Taylor et al v earn.
Loftus et al v eamo
Skelley for use v eamo
[cGiipin v same
Johnston for use v MeGintio et al
✓ McKee et al
NATURAL PR 'NCI PL ESA!
It is written in the Book of Nature and
common sense, that the natural se;etable
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 confi.
ned to the circulation, give rise to those
disordered motions of the blood called fe.
vers; but when lodged in the various parts
of the body, are the cause not only of
every ache or pain we suffer, but every
malady incident to man.
It should be remembered that Wright's
Indian Vecretable 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 ive disease of every name from
[liken we wish to restore a swamp or
morass to fertility, do we not drain it of
the superabundant water P In like man
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
DO abiding place in the body.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
As the great popularity of Wright's Indi
an Vegetable Pills, has raised up a host of
counterfeiters the public are cautioned
against impostors, who are travelling about
the country, selling to the unsuspecting
storekeepers a spurious article for the
above celebrated Pills.
It should be remembered that, all who
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.
Thin certificate of agency will be re
newed every twelve months; therefore,
if any alteration should be made in the
date, do not purchase.
Time public are further informed that all
who receive the above certificate, ate alsd
I• equired to sign the fdllowinx
(Kr 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 VEGMAIILE PILLS,
Or Indian Purgative,
in the town of and State of -, to
hold and continue in said agency during
the pleasure of the said William IVright,
and no lonvr, any thing contained in the
said certificate signed by the said William
Wright, to the contrary thereof notwith
standing. In consideration whereel,
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
,agency, other than that which I r t -
ceive from his authorized agent or agent•,
under the penalty of five hundred dollars
to be paid by him, as liquidated dainag..s.
of itness - hand and seal, the - day
for- one thousand eight hundred and
Thus it will be seen that the friends of
the genuine medicine may be perfectly
free from any apprehension of fraud, us all
agents, who are provided with a certificate
of have invariably
SIGNED TIIE PLEDGE
not to sell any Indian Vegetable Pills ex
cept those received from 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=
ling agents are also provided with a certi-
Heide of agency as above described, and
that Pills otnred for We, by those who
cannot show a certificate of agency, are
sire to 5e counterfeit.
It will be further observed that all genu
ine medicine has the title expressed in full
on the sides of the boxes thus:
WRIGHT'S INDIAN VEO ETABLEPILLS,
OF THE NORTH AM RICA 'COLLEGE
The patrons of Wright's Indian Vege
table Pills, s ill 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 fast page of
Thus it will be seen, that a trifling
r ... nnacrthe
above particulars, v ill put an effectual
stop to this wholesale robbery, and drive,
it is hoped,. all depredators upon society
to an honest calling.
The following hrghly respectable store
keepers have been appointed agents for
the sale of
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills, of the
North American College of Health.
William Stewart, Huntingdon.
Henry Learner Hollidaysburg,
B. F. Bell, Antes township.
Robert McNamara, Newry.
Samuel S. Isett, 1 yrone township.
Millikens 8c Kessler, Mill Creek.
A. & N. Cresswell,'Petersburg.
Gemmel & Porter, Alexandria.
Moore & Steiner;Water, Street
Joseph Patton, Jr . . Duncansville,
it. H. McCormick, Collinsville
Wolf Ec Willet, Fr.ankstown.
Offices devoted exclusively to the sale of
the medicine, wholesale and rciail, No. 288
Greenwich street, New York ; and No. 198
'Fremont street, Boston ; and Principal Of
fice, No. 169 Race street, Philadelphia.
N. B. The public are respectfully in
formed that the Pills made by one V. 0.
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 selltat
halt price, it is absolutely impossble tor
them to have the genuine medicine for sale.
*.* Be particulas in all cases to ask for
the genuine Wright's Indian Vegetable
November 50, 1842.
Respectfully informs the citizens of this
county, and the public generally, that he has
removed to and opened a Public House in
that large and commodious brick building
situate at the centre of the Diamond, former
ly occupied by C. Bouts, where the " way
worn traveller" will find every attention that
will minister to his convenience and comfort.
His TAM E will receive his especial atten
tion, and shall always be abundantly supplied
with the best to be had in the county.
His BAR is furnished with the choicest
Wines and Liquors.
His STABLING is the beet in the place s
and the twist careful and attentive ostlers
will always be in attendance; and the Host
pledges himself to mskc every exertion to
render his house a "home" to all who may
favor him with a call. The stranger and
the friend may rest asrured that if a desire
to please be successful he doubts not his sue.
cess. He tenders his thanks to his old cus
tomers for past favors, and respectfully so
licits a continuance of their patronage.
cC• BO ARDMRS will be taken by the
year, month or week.
July 12, 1843.-6 m.
A LL persons who know themselves in
debted to the subscrihcr for subscrip
tion, advertising or job work, are requested
to make payment immediately , if not sooner,
as I expect to leave these " diggins" in a
E. V. EVERUART