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LATER FROMI MEXICO.
Gen. Scott on the Advance—Order of March
—Arrival of Gen. Pierce at Puebla—Es
cape of Major Gaines and Midshipman
Rodgers—Skirmishes with Guerillas.
By telegraphic despatch from Meh
-1 mond, the Evening Bulletin has receiv
'eriiitelligence from New Orleans to the
20th inst. The steamer Galveston arri
ved at New Orleans from Vera Cruz on
the preceding day. She left Vera Cruz
on the 12th inst., touching at Tampico
on the 14th, and Brazos on the 15th.—
Her news is both interesting and impor
tant, and comes so direct, that its au
thenticity cannot be questioned.
Gen. Fierce with his command of
3000 men, reached Puebla on the 6th.—
During the whole of his march from
Vera Cruz he was harassed by the guer
illas: but so judicious were his arrange
hnents, and so prompt was he anticipa-
ting and repelling the attacks of these
roving banditti, that he did not lose any
of his men, or a single article belonging
to his train. He was warmly welcomed
by Gen. Scott.
The soldierly appearance of Gen.
Pierce's command, when entering Pue
bla, is much commended by Kendall in
As soon as a junction was formed
Oh Gen. Fierce, Rot a moment was
lost by Gen. Scott to put his army in
iotion for an advance movement on the
apital. On the same day, the Gth, (this
s the last advices which the Galveston
brings,) Gen. Scott issued the following
. -- Gen. Twigg's division, forming the
advance of. the army, to leave Puebla
on the 7th—the following day. General
Quitman's division on the Bth ; General
Worth's division on the 9th; and Gen
eral PilloW's division on the 10th. It
-as currently reported that Geri. Scott
would leave Puebla with the advance on
General Pierce will remain in com
mand at Puebla, although one statement
has it that Col. Childs is assigned to
Mention is made in one of Mr. Ken
dall's letters, of the death of Lieutenant
Hill, of the 2d dragoons, and of Dr.
Hamner, of the South arolina regi
Major J. P. Gaines and Mid. Rogers,
so long confined in the city of Mexico,
succeeded in effecting their escape, and
iteached, Gen. Worth's quarters, at Pue
bla, on the 4411. They report that prep
arations, on an extensive scale, were
making to place the capital in a proper
state of defence, although the Mexicans
did not intend to await the attack of
Gen. Scott. Santa Anna had left, or
was on the eve of leaving the capital, at
the head of a large and well appointed
army, for the purpose of again meas
uring swords with the American Gen
eral. His men were in excellent spirits,
llnd so strong in numbers and confidence
that they felt sanguine of success. Santa
Anna's force is variously estimated from
fifteen to twenty thousand men. It is
not likely that he has more than fifteen
thousand men with him. The
ted, battle, it is thought, would be fought
'Esome eight or ten miles this side of the
The train which left Vera Cruz on
he 6th, under the command of Major
ally, of the 9th infantry, has been
onstantly harassed by the guerillas in
his march into the interior. Lieut. Col.
'downwas to have commanded, but is
'down with the yellow fever.
The Sun of Anahuac, of the 12th,
has some interesting reports from the
army train. Near the National Bride,
Major Lally's train had a severe brush
with the guerillas. Captains Baldwin
and Caldwell, of the Voltiguers, were
wounded, and so was also Capt. Cum
mings. Twenty-five Mexicans were re
ported as among the killed, and eight
Americans. Major Lally had sent to
Vera Cruz for reinforcements, as a hard
fight was expected at the National
Bridge. Major L. had also a skirmish
with the guerillas at the ruined village
of Santa Fe. The loss was trifling on
both aides. _ _ .
The Vera Cruz correspondents of the
New Orleans Delta, under date of the
I•2th, say that several merchants of that
city had received letters from Puebla,
positively announcing that Gen. Scott
would leave Puebla on the 7th inst.—
The correspondents of the Picayune say
that he would not leave until the follow.
ing day—the Bth—with General Quit-
Great credit is given to Captain Lull;
of the Rifles, for his conduct in several
engagements with the guerillas, who
were repulsed several different times.
The Sun of Anahuac, of the 11th,
says the Secretary of the Spanish Lega
tion arrived at Vera Cruz and resigned.
Also gives rumors that a messenger,
guarded by two hundred Mexican cav
lolry, had arrived at Puebla with des
patches to General Scott from the Cap
,ftal. The health of Vera Cruz is hri
Nothing later or more definite heard
om Gen. Taylor's camp.
The New Orleans Times has a report
of Santa Anna having positively left the
Capital and marching on Puebla, with
h f (teen thousand men and fifteen pieces
- cannon. This confirms Maj, Gaires'
11 The Mount Savage Iron Works
are to be sold under execution, on the
igh of October. next, at the suit of Eng
it bond•holdera and others.
HENRY CLAY AT CAPE MAY.
On Thursday, 19th inst., a committee
of gentlemen from New York and New
Haven arrived at Cape May for the pur
pose of inviting HENRY CLAY to visit
their respective cities. Deputations
were also there from Philadelphia and
Trenton for the same purpose. On the
part of the committees, Mr. Dean of
New York, addressed Mr. Clay, setting
forth the purpose of their visit, in a truly
eloquent speech, to which he replied as
He commenced by alluding to the
presence of other committee, on similar
errands to the one from New York—es
pecially from Philadelphia, Trenton and
New Haven—and then continued :
Fellow Citizens—The eloquent address
which has just been delivered, has had
the effect almost to induce me to adopt I
the language which was used on a more
solemn occasion, " Thou almost per
suadest me" to go to New York. But
in all that uprightness of my nature ;
which I have endeavored to practise, 1
must tell you the objects and motives
which have brought me to the shores of
the Atlantic. I returned to my residence,
after passing the winter at New Orleans,
on the 23d or 21th of March last, and a ;
day or two afterward melancholy intel
came to me. I have been ner
vous ever since, and was induced to
take this journey, for I could not look !
upon the partner of my sorrows without
experiencing deeper anguish.
[Mr. Clay was here completely over
come by his feelings, covered his face
with his hands and was silent for sev
eral minutes. At length with an effort
he recovered himself and resumed.] I
Every thing about Ashland was asso
ciated with the memory of the lost one;
the very trees which his hands assisted
me to plant, served to remind me of his
loss. Had the stroke come alone, I I
could have borne it, with His assistance,
and sustained by the kindness of my
friends and fellow citizens, with meek
ness and resignation. But of eleven
children four only remain. Of six love
ly and affectionate daughters not one is
left. Finding myself in a theatre of
sadness, 1 thought I would fly to the
mountain top, and descend to the ocean
wave, and by meeting with the sympa
thy of friends, obtain some relief to the
sadness which encompassed me. I came
for private purposes, and from private
motives alone. I have not desired these
public manifestations, but have rather
desired to escape from them. My friend I
and traveling companion, Dr. Mercer,will
tell you, that in Virginia, in every sec
tion of the State of my birth, I have i
been implored to remain, if only for a I
to exchange congratulations I
with my friends, but I invariably refu
sed and only remained in each place
sufficiently long to exchange one vehi
cle for another. You may imagine that
I made a visit to Philadelphia, but I was
accidentally thrown into Philadelphia.—
When I arrived in Baltimore, I learned
that the most direct route to this place,
was by the Delaware. I had no public
object in view in taking that route, and
yet indifferent I am not nor cannot be to
these manifestations of popular regard
nor to anything which connects me with
the honor welfare and glory of my coun
Gentlemen of the Committee of New
York: I have truly and sincerely dis
closed the purpose of the journey, but.
I cannot but deeply feel this manifesta
tion of your respect and regard. It is'
received with thankfulness, and excites I
the warmest feelings of my heart, that
I, a private and humble citizen, without
an army, without a navy, without even
a constable's staff, should have been
met at every step of my progress with
the kindest manifestation of feelings—
feelings of which a President, a Mon-
arch, or an Emperor might well be proud.
No—l am not insensible to these to
kens of public affection and regard. I
am thankful for them all. To you, gen
tlemen of the Committee of New York,
who, in behalf of the 400,000 individu
als whom you represent, have taken so
much trouble, I am deeply thankful for
this manifestation of your regard, but I
must reluctantly decline the honor of
your invitation. And you gentlemen of
the other committees, to your fellow
citizens of Trenton, New Haven and
Philadelphia, I must beg of you to ex
cuse me, and trust to their affection to
do so, for if I do not place myself on the
affection of my countrymen, whither
should I go, and where should I be ?
on the wide ocean without a compass
and without a guide 1
I must beg of you, gentlemen of all
these committees to retrace your steps,
charged and surcharged with my warm
est feelings of gratitude—go back char
ged with warmest thanks from me, and
tell my friends that nothing but the cir
cumstances in which I am placed, no
thing—for we may as well mingle a
laugh with our tears, and borrow the
words of the Irish Ambassador, "situa
ted as I am, and circumstanced as I am"
—prevents the honor of meeting you.—
Tell them—and I hope that general re
sponse will be considered as a specific
answer to each of the Committees—
'that you are charged with the expres
sion of the best feelings of my heart.—
And you gentlemen of New York, be
assured that among the recollections of
this journey this visit will be paramount,
and the circumstances which led to it.
DAD BREATH, • DISIONZAIILE TASTE IN Tag
D Mourn, and other unpleasant symptoms, are
the result of indigestion. When the food, instead
of being properly dissolved, remainsin the staunch
until it becomes in a mannerputrified,a deleterious
fluid, called Septic Acid, is generated, which, mix
ing with the fluid of the mouth, is certain not only
to give a bad breath, but is also the true cause of
wasting of the gums, a deposit° of tartar, and de
Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills not only
cleanse the stomach and bowels of all billions and
putrid humors, and purify the Wood, they also re
store the digestive organs to a healthy tone; and
are therefore certain to remove a had breath, and
prevent a premature decay of the teeth.
cL7Beware If sugar coated counterfeits...o)
The only original and genuine Indian Nett:-
ble Pills have the signature of William Wright
written with a pen on the top label of each box.
None other is genuine and to counterfeit this is
Forgery. The genuine fur eels by
T. K. SIMONTON, Sole Agent for Hunting.
don; Charles Porter, Alexandria; Blair & Robin
son,Shade Gap; Blair & Co., Frankstown; Orhison
& Co., Orbisonia; A. 0. Brown, Shirleysburs
Hunter & Co., West Barre and Petereburg; Graff
& Co., Manor Hill; D. S. Bell, M'Elavy's Fort;
James Maguire, Saulsburg; John W. Myton, En
nesville; George H. Steiner, NA'ater Street; A. &
W. Cresswell, Petersburg; Milliken & Kessler,
Mill creek; and wholesale and retail at the prin
cipal office, 169 Race street, Philadelphia.
Aug. f.l, '47.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 27, 1847,
FLOUR AND MEAL.—The market for
breadstuff's is inactive, from the light
supply and small amount coming for
ward. We notice limited sales of fresh
ground Pennsylvania and Western Flour
at $5 75 ass 87. We hear of no sales
of Rye Flour—held at about $3 37 and
$3 50. Corn Meal is worth $3 25.
GRAIN.—The stock of grain continues
light. Wheat, Southern and Western
red is worth $1 25 a $1 28 ' • white $1 30
asl 35. Corn, Penna. yellow, is worth
76c; Southern and Western 75 a 76c.
Oats, Penna. and Northern old are sel
ling at 48 a 50c, and new at 40 a 43c.
WHlsicEy.-28 a 29 per gallon.
A series of Religious Meetings will be held, by
Divine permission, on the ground of Mr. John
Wolfkill, near Mill Creek, two miles from Juniata
river, commencing Friday, September 3rd, at 3
o'clock, and continuing for several days and nights.
Ministers and members of Evangelical denomina
tions and the public generally, are affectionately
invited to attend. J. R. HELM BOLD.
Exec , itorls Xotice.
Estate of .lbsalom Plowman, late of Bra.
dy township, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters Testa
mentary upon the last NA ill and Testament
of said deceased, have been granted to the under
signed.—All persons indebted to said Estate are
requested to make payment immediately ; and all
claims and demands against the same to be pre
sented, duly authenticated for settlement, to
BY virtue of sundry writs of Vend. Exp. in my
_V hands, I will sell at public sale at the house of
Joseph Hammer, in Hollidaysburg, on Tuesday the
21st day of September next at 2 o'clock, P.M., the
following described property, viz :
. . _
All that certain trlict . of Land situate in Franks
town township, (now) Blair county. containing
252 acres 97 perches; adjoining lands of the es
tate of Christian Gast, deed. on the east, Abra
ham ('rumbecker on tire west and north west, and
the Juniata river on the south. About Pa acres
of which land are cleared; having thereon erected
a small frame dwelling house and o saw mill.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold asthe
property of Robert Elliot.
Auto—Lot No. --, in the Town of Ifollitioye.
burg, (now) Blair county, fronting 60 feet on the
north side of Walnut street and running back 180
feet; bounded on the west by Front street and on
the east by the Methodist E. Church Lot--having
thereon erected a dwelling Louso one end a half
stories high, with n basement story. and a sti He.
Seized, taken into execution, and to be sold as
the property of Jeremiah
J NO. ARMITAGE, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Huntingdon,
Aug. 30th, :847.
rpHE undersigned, auditor appointed
J. by the Court of Common Pleas of
Huntingdon county, to apportion and
distribute the proceeds of the Sheriff's
Sale of the Real Estate of Christian
Coute, of the borough of Huntingdon,
to and among those entitled to receive
the same, hereby gives notice, that he
will attend to the duties of his said ap
pointment on Friday the Ist day of Oc
tober next, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the
Register's Office in said county, when
and where all persons interested are re
quested to attend and present their
claims. JOHN REED,
BRICK! BRICK! !
THE subscriber respectfully announ
ces to his friends and the public
generally, that he continues to manufac
ture, in the borough of Petersburg, the
very best quality of BRICK, which he
will dispose of on the most reasonable
terms. All orders will be filled at the
shortest notice. Those wanting the ar
ticle for building, paving or any other
purpose, would do well to give me call.
Petersburg, Aug. 31, 1847.
SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK
.111.1XU F.I 4; TO le r
RESPEG*I FULLY return. thanks to hie
friends and the public for past favour, and
takes this oppot (unity to inform them that ho still
continues at the old stand, one door east of Car
mont'i Tavern, and nearly opposite the Post Of
fice, Where he is at all times prepared to manufac
ture All kinds of Harness, Sadder, Trunks, Mat
tresses, Sofas, Cushions. ele. ere., at the shortest
notice and most reasonable prices.
All kinds of hides and eking, and country pro
duce, for which the higheat market prices will be
allowed, taken in exchange.
Huntingdon, Aug. 31, 1847.
1 GREAT ATTRACTION•'
Welch's Xationtd Circus ! !
From the Olympian .dmphitheatre,
THIS splendid equestrian company composed
entirely of STAR PE IWORME HS, will ex
hibit under their splendid Water Proof Pavilion,
commodiously furnished for the comfortable recep
tion of 3000 persona at
HUNTINGDON, Friday, Sep. 24, 1846
AFTERNOON and EVENING :
Independent of Willis's celebrated Brass Band,
the company will be saluted, on their arrival, by
Mr. Wallace's String band, playing airs from the
most popular operas.
In the evening the pavillion will be illuminated
by the patent sylvic Gas. invented by B. F. Eas
ton, Esq., of thu United States Navy Department,
Washington. It is an entirely new mothod, giving
a euperior light; free from all nauseous effluvia,
the fault of all other attempts, an.l casting a light
scarcelyless brilliant than the noonday sun.
Constituting this convene will be found Mr. J.
G. Cadwallader, who will ride hie much admired
acts of the "Russian Envoy," the " Terrors of a
Sorcerer of Siam," and the beautiful episode of the
"Sprite and his lost wing," on 2,3, and 4 horses
Madame Louisa Harvard, the great NATIVE re-
MALE EQUESTRIAN, whose admirable personation.,
on a single horse diem and delight all who behold
her, justifying public opinion. in awarding to her
the high position she has so successfully held
amidst a host of rival stars.
CLOWN—Dan It ice, the mirth provoking Dan,'
whose infinite JEST and FUN, unstained by rude
ness and vulgarity, places him far beyond the reach
Ms. Horace Nichols, the Prince of Ring Mae
The Rivers' Family, whose union of talent, is
without a parallel in the world. Charles Rivers,
the most finished artist in his arrangament and ex
ecution of scenes and gymnastic groups. Freder
ick Rivers presents every kind of Foreign act,
that can surprise by novelty, and Master Richard
Rivers, (the ' mimitable,') will perform his act on
a single horse, as performed before the President
and Senators of the United States, and by all pres
ent declared the most perfect union of V% ONDER
AND GRACE the world ever new.
Master T. Neville, who has acquired the rare
art of riding, and executing the most difficult feats
backwards, on a single horse.
Mr. Wm. Stout will ride his fine classic acts, on
2, 3 and 4 horses, forming a pyramid of five per
sons, whom be will bear above his horses at light
Signior Germani, the mighty Italian equestrian
will ride his incredible nicromantic scenes, intro
ducing, "Les batons du diable," and his Golden
Peletons, &c., &c. He will also bring forward
his two wonderful dogs, whose feats are without
equal in the Amen.
Mr. W. Howard, the Spanish scenic rider, and
great representative of the Red Man of the Forest.
Mr. Charles Foster, who rides a great dramatic
ecene, and a Grand Military act, entitled
HONOR TO OUR HEROE' 4 ,
Or All for our Country, in which by the std of
correct costume, ho will represent the Chief Patri
arch praying for his country, GEN ZACK TAY
LOR, at Monterey, HI RAM STIFF, a Yankee volun
trer, Santa Anna the commander of Mexico, con
cluding with the SOLDIER OF FREEDOM,
bearing the memorable resolve— , Gorr, Tslcou
NEVER lit , nurxesna."
Mons. Delius, of the r Cirque Glympique,' will
introduce the Arabian Dancing Mare, ll•inss;'
whose beautiful dances far mime.; anything of the
kind ever yet brought before the public, Also the
comic ponies, Romeo, and Juliet, will, by their
comic d nner scenes, leaps and counterleeps, prove
their instinctive , heat for drollery.
cC? Parents and guartlions may with ronfirlencv
bring their families as under the watchful care of
the Proprietor, nothing approachmg a shade of vul
garity can find its way through the choice represen
tations of the Arena.
The afternoon and evening performances entire
French I;urn• Mil Similes.
THE subscriber respectfully informs the trade,
and all concerned, that he still continues the
manufacture of French Burro, of all sizes; war
ranted equal in quality and workmanship to any
that can be made in America. If desired be will
deliver Burrs at his own risk, at any point on the
Railroad or Canals.
All orders addressed to him by mail, will receive
the same prompt attention as if application were
made in person. VIM. H. KEPNER.
Ifurrisburg, Aug. 28, 1847.-9 m.
The Hollidaysburg Register will insert the
above three months, and charge this office.
Vegetable Universal Pills,
The only known Medicine that at the same
time purges, purifies and strengthens
LONDON, July 7, 1846.
DR. LE ROY'S Pills are a new medicine which
has just appeared, and is fast taking the places
of all others of the same class. These pills are
composed of many ingredients, but the two princi
pal ones are Sarsaparilla and Wild Cherry, en uni
ted that they act together; the one, through its
admixture with other substances, purifying and
purging, while the other is strengthening the sys
tem. Thus those pills ore at the same time tonic
and opening; a desideratum long and eagerly
sought for by medical men, but never before din
mimed. In other words they do the work of two
medicines, and do it much better than any two we
know of; for they remove nothing from the system
but the impurities ; so that while they purge they
strengthen; and hence they cause no debilitation,
and are followed by no re-action. Dr. Le Roy's
pills have a wonderful influence r n the blood ; they
not only purify without weakening it, but they re
move all noxious particles from the chyle befote it
is converted into fluid, and thus make impure
blood an utter impossibility. As there is no debil
itation, no there is no nausea or sickness attending
the operations of this most excellent of medicines,
which never strains or tortures the digestive func
tions, but causes theta to work in a perfectly natur
al manner; and hence persons taking them do not
become pale and emaciated, but the contrary; for
while it is the properly of the Sarsaparilla, united
as it is with other Ingredients, to remove all that is
foreign and impure, it is equally the property of
the Wild Cherry to retain all that is natural aral
sound; and hence a rebuilt state of health is the
certain result of their united operations.
Cl• Price 25 Cent'? per BOX.
AGENTS.—T. Read & Son, Swoope and Af
rica, Huntingdon; W. W. Buchanan. Milliken
and Kiesler, Mill-Creek ; S. Hatfield & Son, Juni
ata Iron Works; Porter & Bucher, Moore &
Swoops, p. C. Walker, Alexandria; Cr. I i. Steiner,
%Vetere reel. f Aug. 31, '47..
Saddlery ! Saddlery
Palo Alto Saddle Trees $1 76
Hide Huddle, (beet) do 1 00 to 1 20
Columbia Scoop do 1 37
Do. do 1 00
At the Hardware Store of
F. G. FRANCISC US,
Aug. 31, '47. Lewistown, Mifflin co,
Roller Buckles, Fine Filed.
1.4,i, c. 50cts per Gross
1, 11, 65 du
11j, 1 25 do
With a full assortment of Bross, Silver and lap
paned wrought iron H. S. Buckles at equally low
prices, at the Hardware Store of
F. G. FRANCISCUS,
Aug. 31, '47. Lewistown, Mifflin co.
Rood flames! Wood names!
Fancy Gig Hamm (Jappancd) 50cts pr pair.
Coach do. do. 62 a 75 do.
Wood, (Japp'd) Brass plated, 100 do.
Do. Heavy Vermont pattern 100 do.
ferretts and Pad Hooks (Japp'd) 37i per doz.
Direct from Maine and Vermont factories, with a
full assortment of all kinds of saddlery Ware, Sad
dler'. Tool, and all articles needed in Saddler bu
ainess, at city prices as those who have purchased
in the city can testify ; At
P. C. FRA NC ISCUS'
Aug. 31, '47. Lewistown, Mifflin co.
1500 Y NADS broad and narrow Lace, equal
m quality to any manufactured in the
United States, of various qualities and width.—
Broad 23,2/ Lace 25cts per yard.
Seaming and Pasting 5 do.
Fringe, variety, 5 do.
Brass bands, from S73cts to $1 25
Do. Caps, 25cta pi doz.
ituggy Axles, Carriage !-prings Steel aprings,
a 73; at F. G. FR ANCISCOS%
Aug. 31, '47. Lewistown, Mifflin co.
Hardware, C u tlery.
HOLLOW WARE, Enamelled ware, Brass
ware, House-keeping and Furnishing Hard
ware, in all their varieties and assortments, at
Double Iron Bench Plana, $4 00 to 4 00 pr sett.
Match Plans 3 00 to 4 50 pr pair
With a full assortment of Sash, Red, Moulding
Plaits of all kinds, at the Hardware Store of
F. G. FRANCISCUS,
Aug. 31, '47. Lowistown, Mifflin co.
B. E. MOORE,
I. N. RISDON,
No. 70 South Third Street, nearly oppo•
site the Exchange, Philadelphia,
ESPE MAX announce to their friends
and the public that they are constantly pre
pared to make to order, of the finest and best mate
rials, and at moderate prices, every article of Fash
ionable Clothing constituting a Gentleman'. Ward
robe, for which their complete stock of choice and
carefully selected Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, &c.,
of the latest and most desirable patterns, arc pa-tic.
Chair own practical knowledge of the business
and a personal attention to every garment, enables
them to give entire satisfaction, and to both old and
new customers they respectfully tender an invita
tion to give them a call.
Having been for years connected with some of
the best and moss fashionable establishments in this
rouitry, employing ione but first rate workmen,
and being in the constant receipt of the latest fash
ions, and best styles of good, they are fully prepar
ed to accommodate customers in the best manner.
Philade., A ug. 24,1847.
N 0 ICIT
To the Heirs and legal Representatives of JACOB
STOUFFER, late of Lampeter township, Len•
caster county ,deccascd.
TN pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court
of said county, I will hold an Inquisition on
Thureday the 16th qf September, 1847, at one
o'clock, in the afternoon, at the house of Christian
Rohrer, (Pig Spring) W. Lampeter township,
Lancaster co., to make partition of the Real Estate
of said deceased, situate in said township, among
the said heirs and legal representatives:—and if
the same cannot be done, then to make a valuation
of the same according to law,—at which tune and
place all interested can attend if they think proper.
DAVID HARTM AN, Sheriff.
Lancaster, Aug. 24,-4t.
.Not for a Day but for All Time."
STANTON'S EXTERNAL REMEDY.
HUNT'S LINIME NT,
jAS now given abundant evidence of its heal
ing powers, and proved itself the most extra
ordinary and wonderful medicine in the world.—
In the short space of two yeirs. it has acquired a
reputation for curing disease and relieving pain far
greater than any medicine eve' discovered. Its
wonderful cures have astonished the Medico! Fac
ulty, who now universally concede its gloat value.
They speak of it in the highest terms, and com
mend its use.
It is condemned by none. On the contrary, its
pra'se is universal. The cases of cures are so nu.
morons that it would take volumes to recount them;
and it is a fixed fact, and is not disputed. that as a
Pairs Extractor it has no equal. For the many
astonishing cures, see the pamphlet, to be had of
each agent. If you suffer with either of the discuses
for which it is recommended, resort at once to its
use and be cured. For the following diseases it is
an infallible remedy :
Spinal affections, Rheumatism, Paralysis
and all Nervous affections,Salt Rheum,
Croup or Hives, Ague in the Breast
and Face, Weakness of the Joints,
Colds, Toothache, Sore Throat and
Quinsy, Ulcerated Sores,
cers, Burns , Frosted Feet, Corns,
Bunyons, Fresh Wounds, Swellings
and Bruises, Scrofulous Affectiqns,
Musquito Bites, and Poisons.
CO'Thia Liniment is sold by all the respectable
Merchant. and Druggists throughout the country,
and by the Proprietor. at Sing Sing, N.Y.
GEORGE E. friTAPiTON,
AGENTS.—T. Read & Son, Huntingdon; B.
F. Patton, Warrioremark ; Jame. Clark, Birming
ham ; J. R. Hunter & Co., Peteraburg ; Milliken
& Brooder, Mill Creek; A. O. Brown, Shirley.-
burg , 'l'. E. Orbisoo .p Co., Orbieonia; Blair &
Maddon, Cromwell township; A. C. Blair, Clay.
Aug. U, 1847-3 m,
IL Steel Blair,
A TTORNEY AT LAW, Hollidaysburg,Pa.,
11 . Will attend attend to all business entrusted to
hisettrein Blair, Huntingdon and Indiana coon
CHEAP WATCHES &, JEWELRY
A T the" Philadelphia
4 . k AWatch and Jewelry
Store," No. 96 North Sec
tl') \ ht and Street. corner of Quer
' ry. Gold Lever Watcher,
fk k • p IAT , full jewelled 18 carat meg
lap „ and gold Dial, 40 00
Silver Lever Watches full jeweled, 20 00
Silver Patent Lever Watches, seven jewels, 18 00
Silver Lepine Watches, jeweled, 12 00
Quartier Watches 8 00
Imitation Quertier Watches, 6 00
Gold Spectacles, 7 OU
Fine Silver Spectacle', 1 60
Gold Bracelets with Topic Sronev. 11 se
Gold Pens with silver Pencil and Holder, 1 26'
Lattice Gold Pencil'', 1 7q,
Silver Tee-spoons, from IF4 60 per to 6 09,
Gold Finger-Ringe, from 371 cents to 80 CO
Watch-Glesnes t—Plain, 12i eta; potent 1 8u
Lunet 25 ;other Article. in proportion. All goods
warranted to be what they arc sold for.
On hand some Gold and silver Levers, Lepinen
and Quartiers lower than the above prices.
Conetently on hand, an assortment of Silver Ta
ble, Desert, Tee Salt and Moe erd•Spoons, soup.
Ladles, Sugar-Tongs. Napkin-Rim, Fruit end
nutter Knives ' Thimbles, Shield., Knitting Nee.
dle Came and Sheathe, Purse and Reticle Clasps,
—The silver warranted to be equal to American
Alto a great variety of Fine Gold Jewelry, con
sisting in part of Finger-Ringz of all styles, ott
with Disowns, Hubys, Emend Toiquise, Topaz.
Garnet, Cornelian, Jasper, Cope May, Ameth, at
and other stones. Breastspins and Bracelets of alt
styles set with Stones. and Calicos and Ena
melled; Ear-Rings of all styles; Gold Chains of
all styles and of the finest quality, together with all
other articles in the line, which will be sold unusu
ally low, wholesale and retail.—Also Matins Light.
ning-Rod Points, by the dozen or single one.
Wa!chinch,. 4 Jeweller
N. B.—On hand 11. i. Tobias St. Co's. beet
quality full jewelled. Patent Lever Movements, in
18 I arat (bold Cases. Also a quantity of M.O.
mettle which will be cars. d any style required, and
sold at 5 per cent above the puke of Importations.
July 20, '47-Iy.
THE subscriber offer. for sale, a tract of land, sit
uate in Barre° township, Huntingdon county,
on the South side of Stone creek, next below
Couche's Iron Work., containing about one hun
dred and twenty one acres—about eighty acres
of which are cleared, including about fifteen acres
of bottom land, with a good two-story
DWELLING HOUSE, and a hank
Barn thereon erected; there is also a gi n :
good bearing orchard, and a apring of
never failing water near the house : there is raker
lime -stone, and the appeara..ce of Iron Ore on tiro
Any person wishing to purchase will be shown
the said property by Jacob Zook. who resides on
the same. An indisputable title will be gi'en
and the terms made essy for the purchaser,
Near Allenville, Mifflin county, Pa.
N, H, If the tbove property is not sold before
next November, it will then be offered at public
sale. A• Z.
Great Spring and Summer Medicine.
HANCE'S Sarsaparilla Vegetable or
Blood Pills.—Fifty pills in a box—
The cheapest and best medicine in ex
istence—for purifying the blood, remov
ing bile, correcting disorders of the sto
mach and bowels, costiveness, dyspep
sia, swimming in the head, &c. Per
sons of a full habit, who are subject to
headache, giddiness, drowsiness, and
singing in the ears, arising from too
great a flow of blood in the head, should
never be without them, as many danger
ous symptoms will be entirely carried
off by their immediate use.
Re . ad the following wonderful cure of
'Yhi's is to certify that my AVFC was
afflicted with the Dyspepsia for
end tried both advertised Inc
Thomsonian, but without cfrec
self attacked with blindness, an
otherwise affected from hard drink'ir
that I was apprehensive of fits ; and ax
ing HANCE'S SARSAPARILLA PILLS
advertised, I went and got a box of them,
which, to my astonishment, effected a
cure of me and my wife both. I think
them without a rival before the public.
S. H. HALL, Albemarle st. near - Wilk.
For sale by Seth S. Hance. 108 Balti
more st., and corner of Charles & Pratt
sts., Balt. [nov4-y
AGENTS-T. Rend & Son, Hunting
don; Moore & Swoope, Alexandria; A.
0. Brown, Shirleysburg ; W. W. Buch
anan, Mill Creek ; Spencer & Flood,Wil
J'ANCE'S Compound Syrup of Hove
hound, for the cure of coughs, colds,
consumption, spitting of blood, pain in
the side and breast, bronchitis, croup,
and all diseases arising from a disor
dered condition of the lungs or neglect
ed cold. The following sonnet was ad
dressed to the proprietor by a young
lady who was cured of Consumption:
Ho! ye who pant with failing breath,
And pine away and die ;
Hance shall "put away" your death,
And light anew your eye.
How sweet it melts upon the tongue,
How grateful to the breast !
A glorious theme for poet's song,
Soothing his cough to rest.
Hance ! favored of the God's, art thou,
A blessing to thy race,
Let laurels flourish on thy brow,
And wealth those laurels graco.
When heroes are forgotten ; kings
Defunct; or, ceased to rain;
Glory, for thee, shall flap her wings, .•
Thou conquerer of pain.
Price 50 cts. per bottle, or 6 bottles
for $2 50. Prepared and sold by Seth
S. Hance, 108 Baltimore at., and corner
Charles and Pratt sts. [novlBy
AGENTS-T. Read & Son, Huntingdon;
Moore & Swoops, Alexandria; Spenoen•
& Flood, Williamsburg; W. W. Bildt.
anan, Mill Cyeek ; A. 0. Biewne, Shir