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tages of education and gave him all that GREAT ATTRACTION!!
a country school afforded. Small were
such benefits, except to a mind resolved Welch's Xational Circus! !
upon advancement. Self-taught many From the Olympian amphitheatre,
are best taught, because they feel that
Knowledge is Power. Even at thirteen r
- • HIS splendid equestrian company composed
these small advantages of a country',
R. PERFORMERS, will ex-
We remember General Irvin as a mem- school was denied him, and he was call- . hibit ands their splendid Water Proof Pavillion,
ber of the memorable Sessions of Con- ed home to serve his father in the va- I commodiously furnished for the comfortable recep
gress of 1841—'42. Of this Congress tied occupations of a busy life. Paren. tion of 3000 persons at
there were three Sessions, and each re- I tal affection and confidence he enjoyed , Hurrlseeost, Friday, Sep. 24, 1816—
markable for the importance of the sub-' largely, and contributed much to the AFTERNOON and EVENING :
happiness of a home every day
jects discussed, and the excitement at- becoming admission-25 cents.
tending the discussions. The Abolition i Independent of Willis's celebtatedprass Band,
niore blessed .by his care and presence . Independent
• raged, and memorials were literal- will
. be saluted , o n . their . arrival,try
;Here were his triumphs, and here he i the company
ly poured into Congress from all the I Mr. Wallace', String band, playing airs from the
won honors to be envied. His studies ntostpop o„,. o ,„ ns .
free States, remonstrating against the were in the workshop and his college In the evening the pavinion will he illuminated
odious rule of the majority, practically 1 among
the utensils of a country store. by the patent sylvic Gas, invented by B. P. Uas
declaring that men might not even pray' He studied men snore than books, and ! ton, Esq., of the United States Navy Department,
for the redress of what they regarded, . learned front the great book of NaturelWashiugton ii .
i l i t t. is fr a o n e e fr n o t t i s re a ly ll new
nauseousm otl io de,fil
P • what, no doubt, is a public griev- when the schoolroom was debarred his a ih s e u p,
m e u ri l o t r of all g
o ' ther atteMpts, an.l casting a light
auce. The Compromise Act, which, ten presence. Good habits, great industry, ! scorcely i ess brilliant than the noonday sun.
years before, had been born of the Nul- and a knowledge of business have made constituting this complete will be found Mr. J.
lification excitement, was only passing Latta a rich man, but neither parsimony ;O. Cadwallader, who will ride hie much admired
through the last stages of its legal ex is- , on the one hand, nor extravagance on ' acts of the "Russian E , nvoy," th. " T i e so ir d o e rs of of th a o
fence. -The whole country, too, "'" . the other hand, ever controlled his con- S ,c'rc r e i r i e e r s o , f id Bi i 7:l , " st an w l in t g ire
" b eaut i f u l
2,3, e a p ad 4 horses
Bankrupt. The vices and follies of pre- duct. He is kind as a neighbor, liberal Madame Louisa Ilurod rd, the Brent. ATIVE en
vious years had stamped misery and as a friend, just as a citizen, and in ,all MALE EqUESTRIAN, whose admirable personelle.,
misfortune upon the face of the people. the relations of life a true gentleman on a single horse charm and delight all who behold
The country had been reveling in spec-' , and an honorable man. His Aristocracy, her, justifying public opinion in awarding to her
ulation, until her dissipations made Men, if he has any, is that of Merit and not of the high position she has so successfully held
Corporations, and State rock, as it were, I gold and silver. Poverty was his inkier- • amidst a hoof,
-.°J. rival slags. • I
like a ship upon the billows. of CLOWN— D arr a ice, the , mut i provoking Dan,'
mince and riches the mere incident whose in fi nite JEST and FUN, unstained by rude-
Never had a Congress met under continued labor. We admire the man , nese and vulgarity, places hint fur beyond the reach
greater excitement—never, indeed, in , and commend his life and example to of IMITATION.
time of peace, did party passions run so : those who, by a course of manly con- Mr. Horace Nichols, the Prince of Ring Mae
high. The so called "Democratic par- sduct, aro-ambitious to be of service to ter7,A, Biters '
Family, whose union of talent, is
ty, ' had been so long in power, that I the State and country.
they seemed to regard the country as without a parallel in the world. Charles Rivers,
THE ISSUE.—The letter of Mr. Bu- 1 the most finished artist in his arrangement and ex
theirs, by a sort of proscriptive right.' citation, to the Loco Focos of Berta ecution of scenes and . gym i nas k ti i es o ou f p l s .. .
re F i r n ed a e c r t:
They had ruled, and they had ruined,
county, establishes one important
and by virtue of long precedent and bad . , Point. , ;hit c ß a i n ve s i t . l a r p i :L e :TY ' no e v v e e it y v, and Master Allard
exam le the claimed the ri ht to rule rliose who vote for Mr. Shenk vote for Rivers, (the 'inimitable,r) will perform his act on
p,y g ,
Mr. Polk and for the extension of sla- a single horse, as performed before the President
on, and ruin more. It was two weeks , . .
or more, under the resistance of the will ! N .. e ,c ry.in th e territory to be acquired by and Senators of the United States, and by all prep.
ent declared the most perfect union of Vs ONDER
present war. Every issue connect
of the majority by the minority, before ' ti
ed with the present, Administration Is AND diat G ie n..C N E e
v t 17 1, world
„r ho e s h ~ e a r s
n a e c w q .
the popular branch could be organized. uire d the rare
Day after day Congress met—day after'
an issue now in Pennsylvania. Our cif - art of . ridi - ng, and executing the most difficult feats
day, prelitninary questions were discus- izens must determine whether they ap- backwards, on a single horse.
prove the imperial power of the Presi- Mr. Wan. Stoat will
. ride his fine classic acts, on
sad, but in all, through all, the Demon )
dent to commence it tour without the 2, 3 and 4 horses, forming a pyramid office per
of Discord stalked abroad, and threaten-
.. sorts, whom he will bear above his horses at Wit-
I unction of Congress —the creation of a
ed something worse than the rising andl i. . . r ing speed.
i s debt that will mortgage every term in ,
subduing of stormy passions. Signior German', the mighty Italians equestrian
I the State and overspread Pennsylvania will r ide his incredible nicromarelic scenes, intro-
The French Assembly of Paris during i with an army of tax oppressors—and docing, "Les batons du dial/e,” and his Golden
the Revolution, when the Jacobins and i the expenditure of five hundred mil- Peletons, &c., &c. He will also bring forward
the Constitutionalists were battling to- lions for the fetters that are to make our his two wonderful dogs, whose feats are without
gather, was no more the scene of strife fellow creatures slaves. These are the , equ i n fr i . in lv tl e
ll A w r iTd . , the Spanish scenic rider, and
than occasionally our own legislative issues presented by Mr. Buchanan. And rent representative of the Red len of Ito Forest.
chambers. Some there were who had upon th i s i ssue he says :
i M i r. Charles Poster, wino rides a great dramatic
been elected as Whigs, not being chosen ii The field is a fair one; our candidate scene,and a Grand Military act, entitled
to reign, were determined to rule with- well tried, able and honest ; and he has HONOR TO OUR HEROES,.
out a choice, and the prevalence of that been regularly nominated by the party. Or All for our Country, in which by the aid of
sin elate which the angels fell,"
has Should he be defeated, the attempt will , correct
comp mastery over such men as be vain to explain the decision of the n a h ft Pr et Y M ln o g ntere ' v7l:n7'svirr, a yankee vole!).
Henry A. Wise and a few of his corn- ballot-boxes, in any other manner than tier, Santa Ann - a
the commander of Mexico, con
peers. They could not rule and they by admitting that the Whigs have the chiding with the SOLDIER OF FREEDOM,
would not serve. bearing the memorable resolve—"GEN, TAYLOR
Itteas in such an - assembly as this,
Itn i •il y l .' b '
ma j or it y.
be seen that the Secretary ac- , ,11 .:vER ...""Ni'.".."
made up of the factious opposition and a cedes to our party its olden and honor- , iiit l o t' u T e D ii e ns ri " n 3 ;: i f thi ti N s e s i e r i g r Zg a i L m Pt e :::: ll ,
few discordant spirits, together with an ed title of Whig, taus rebuking the whs . °
able and powerful body of Whigs, tlAtt be autiful dances far surpags anything of the
efforts of the Union to degrade hint, ! hind ever yet brought before she public. Also the
Mr. Irvin was introduced into the House Woodbury, Cass, and others by the re-' comic ponies, Romeo and Juliet, wilt, by their
of Representatives. I remember well proach of Federalism. We do not hes.l comic denier scenes, leaps and counterleaps, prove
his courteous demeanor, his constant at- itate to acknowledge the truth of Mr. their instinctive bent for drollery. .
tendanco and the general respect mini- Buchanan's views of the issue. Like bring thou ii P i r nt ' !.' I eon(' 41
families, n d
ns unde r g uar di ans may
e "wit watchful i
Ca :e n c o t f l
tested for him, both by his colleagues .1
tale last p0,,,.,ca, contest at this State, i. the Proprietor, nothing approaching a shade of vul
and his associate members. He was will establish that, in Pennsylvania, , gorily can find its way through the choice reprosen
there notaltogether unheralded by fame," the Whigs have the majority."—Norsk miens of the Arena.
since the people who sent him to repre. american. The afternoon and evening performances en/ ire.
sent them had done so, alike- from per. ly varied.
sonal respect and undoubted confidence .01-1347.
in the ability and honesty of the man of
their choice. He had beaten in fair
fight the strongest man of the opposi
tion and that in a district which for ma
ny years had been signalized by its de
votion to men and opinions not at all in
harmony with their present choice. His
own immediate constituents had always
voted for hint with increased favor, than
that of men of kindred opinions associa
ted and his own numerical support was
always more with hint. Where Gov.
Porter received a majority of 1147 in
1841, Gen. Irvin received a majority of
342 in 1843. Never was favor and con
fidence more worthily bestowed than in
the person of the Whig candidate for
Governor. In Congress, he was devoted
to his constiuents and State, and though
not one of those garrulous members
whose feet and tongue more nearly illus
trate perpetual motion than any thing
else ever invented, or likely to be dis
covered, yet he ever had a word in sea
son when a seasonable word was neces
sary in defence of the right. Nor was
he as some have said amongst that class
of men whom the poet paints as "repu
ted wise for saying nothing," though in
Congress no members are more service
able or more intelligent than those who
are rather heard by their votes than
We remember a speech of Mr. Irvin
in behalf of the Tariff of 1842, and emi
nently is this gentleman and the whole
Whig Party identified with this wise
and patriotic law.—We commend the
speech to those who would see the mu
tual dependence between labor and cap
ital, and the advantagesof the protective
policy to the working man. It is indeed
a speech for every Pennsylvanian to
read, since it strikingly illustrates the
benefit of Protection to a State like this,
and is a truthful and eloqtient exposi
tion of the affairs of the State.
We look upon Gen. Irvin as happily
illustrating the Republican character
and power of our free institutions. He
is a Pennsylvanian all over, born some
forty-seven years since in Penn's Valley,
in Centre county.—Whig Revolutiona
ry blood runs in his veins—his meter•
nal grandfather being one of the Revo
lutionary Whigs of Lancaster. His
father was born in Ireland, and settled
in the Valley in 1792. His poor and
honest parents appreciated the advan•
(From the Pitieburgh Gentle.]
WIN. :amain IRVIN.
BY ERASTUS BROOKS
Tolls on the Public Works.
From the annexed statement of tolls
received on the lines of Canal and Rail- B. E. MOORE. I. N. RISDON.
roads of the Commonwealth, during the ./PIOORE A' RISD010;
present year, it will be seen that our 4 11212 1 L'ilagra l t a aals®W 0 0
public improvements are in a more pros- No. 70 South Third Street, nearly oppo
perous condition and yield a larger rev- 1 site the Exchange, Philadelphia,
enue to the State than they have done DESPECTFULLY announce to their friends
11, and the public that they are constantly pre
at any former time:
n p i s a re a t n o d make to l order, of the finest and best mate-
Tolls received on the Public Works of
the Commonwealth for 1847, up to Tuna b le
c ' ens e ti P tu ri t c t e „ a g' a " o " e Y m a lt r . tick
' a I:" h -
,m a n s NA' ard-
Sept. 1, 1847. . robe, for which their complete stock of choice end
In August 1847, $191,739 1 I carefully selected Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, Arc.,
of the latest and tenet desirable patterns, arc panic-
In August 1846, 136,313
__ . ularly designed.
their own practical knowledge of the business
Increase in August 184.7, $55,425 91 .„„,i a ~,,„„,,„1 attent i on ~, every garment, „able„
- them to give entire satisfaction, and to both old and
Total amount ree'd from Dec. 1 new customers they respectfully tender an invita
1, 1846, to Sept. 1, 1847, $1,211,373 09 j lio n
,_ tt „t t o i Z e ll e ' t t l.e i n o a t;rs a e l a l • connected
Same period last year, 8 ' ”47,2Q1 58 the best and most fashionable establishments in this
' country, employing none but first rate workmen,
Increase in 1847, $364,171 51 and being in the constant receipt of the latest rash-
The above statement shows an increase ions, and best styles of good, they are fully proper.
in the revenue already over that of last . ed to accommodate customers in the best manner.
year, of three hundred and silty-four 1 _Philada., Aug. 24,1847. _ _
thousand one hundred and seventy-one dol. HEALTH MADE EASY FOR THE PEOPLE
lars and fifty-one cents ! The nett rev- or Physical Training, to make their
elute this year will reach, if not exceed, Lives in this World Long and Happy,
ONE MILLION OF DOLLARS— a sum by the iluthor of "Education: as
nearly double that of former years.— It Is, Ought To Be, and Alight
That this improvement in the condition i 13e," First ilmerican Edition,
of our public works is mainly attributa- with 4dditions :
ble to the agency of JAS. AI. POWER, Being an elementary and interesting treatise 011
Self Kno i wledge. ontaining short and entertain-
Esq., the faithful and efficient Wirin
CANAL COMMISSIONER, is too evident to I To g or, "." °" Hea„, Glands, Strength,
admit of a doubt. The people now see Eating, Stomach, Nerves, Recreations,
the beneficial effects of WHIG POLICY , Digestion, Liver, Brains, Old Age,
and Whig management and economy— , Blood, Lungs, Mind. Man,
the interest of the public debt paid off; Secretions , Arteries, Senses, • Woman,
and the credit of the State redeemed—
Head, Veins, Health, Disease,
the public works enhanced in value and Together with tte ' ere c a . t ' S ik elt—Success in Life
yielding a larger revenue than they have how attained—How to do Good—Causes and
ever before done—and all this owing to , Directs of Error—Habits—Passions—Wm-liana
scribed—Man described—Mates Errors—Rich sod
the wisdom of the people themselves in
electing an honest Whig Canal Commis
; Po w or T, S exes—Virtue and Vice--Youthful Errors
made delicate—Woman's Virtue.,
sioner, whose faithful guardianship of
the public interests the candid of all Ambition,
The whole designed for the noble purpose of im
parties acknowledge. Elect another proving and extending education amongst the peo
Wltig to assist Mr. POWER, and the pie, imparting valuable knowledgon the physiol
work of Reform will be still more sec-
ogy of the human frame, and the laws which gov
ern mental and bodily
cessfully prosecuted. —P a. Intelligences. co- Any person sending 25 cents n a
letter shall receive one copy by mail, in five copies
will be sent for $l. Adthese.postage paid,
G. IL ZIEBER & Co.
may 20.47 ly] Philadelphia.
FELLOW CITIZENS:—Being encouraged
by a number of my Whig and Anti-ma
sonic friends in different parts of the
County, I take this medium to ollbr my
self as a candidate for the office of Sher
iff, at the ensuing general election, and
respectfully solicit your support.
Aug. 11, 1847.] WM. SMITH.
A. W. Benedict,
TTORNKY AT LAW, Huntingdon, Pa.—
Wilco at his old residence in Main street, a
few doors west of the old Court House. Ho will
attend to any business entrueted to loin in the sev.
eral Courts of Huntingdon and adjoining counties,
44 Not for a Day but for All Time."
STANTON'S EXTERNAL REMEDY.
HA i S n
g n p o o w w
oved j e t v ,e i I r e
h c o f e
nm. i t t she el
ordinary and wonderful medicine in the world.—
In the short space of two your, it has acquired a
reputation for curing disease and relieving pain far
greater than any medicine ever discovered. Its
wonderful cures have astonished the Medical Fac
ulty, who now universally concede it. ;peat value.
They speak of it in the highest terms, and cam:
mend its use.
It is condemned by none. On the contrary, its
praise is universal. The cases of cures are so nu
merous that it would take volumes to recount them;
and it is a fixed fact, and to not disputed, that as a
Pain 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 diseases
for which it is recommended, resort at once to its
use and be cured. Fur 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, Indolent Ul
cers, Burns, Frosted Feet, Corns,
Bunyons, Fresh Wounds, Swellings
and Bruises, Scrofulous Affections,
Musquito Bites, and Poisons.
(0 - . This Liniment is sold by all the respectable
Merchants and Druggists throughout the country,
and by the Proprietors at Sing Sing, N.Y.
GEORGg E. STANTON,
AGENTS.—T. Read & Son, Huntingdon; B.
P. Patton, Warrioramark ; James Clark,
boo) ; J. R. Hunter & Co., Petersburg; Milliken
& Kessler, Mill Creek; A. 0. Brown, Shirley.
burg , 'l'. E. °ibis. 41. Co., Orbiaonia ; Blair &
Maildon, Cromwell township; A. C. Blair, Clays
Aug. 24, 1847-3 m.
THE subscriber o ff ers for sale, a tract of land, sit
uate in Name township, Huntingdon county,
on the South side of Stone creek, next below
Couche's Iron Works, 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 bank ••• .
Barn thereon erected; there is also a II
good bearing orchard, and a spring of
never foiling water near the house : there is also
lime-stone, and the appearance of Iron Ore on the
Any person wishing to purchase will be shown
the said property by Jacob Zook, who resides on
the same. An indisputable title will be given
and the terms made easy for the purchaser.
Near Allenville, Mifflin county, Pa.
August 3, 1847.
N, N, If the r hove property is not sold before
next November, it will then be offered at public
sale. A. Z.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, 86C,
rpm: s.tbscriber offers to the trade, or by retail
a largo and general assortment of the following
articles, being all of his own importation or tnanu•
Buyers of goods in this line are invited to ex
amine the assorttnent, and orders are eolicited.with
the assurance that every effort will be made to give
satisfaction and insure a continuance of custom.
Gold &Silver Lever Watches of ordintuy quality.
Do. do. do. of superior finish.
Do. do. do. Anchors& I.cpinee.
Silver double cased English and Swiss verge
Watches, with light, medium and heavy cases.
Gold Jewelry in all varieties, fine and common.
Silver Plated, and Silver Wares.
Musical Boxes, playing 2,4, 6, S and 10 tunes.
Gold and Silver Spectacles.
Diamond Pi inted Gold Pens.
Mantel and Office Cloche, in gilt and other frames.
Watchmakers' Tools and Materials doll aorta.
Fancy Articles, Fancy Fans, Steel Heads, &c.
Having every facility for obtaining goods on the
moat advantageous terms, corresponding induce
ments will be offered to purchaser..
- JOHN C. FARR,
112 Chesnut St., Philadelphia.
CHEAP WATCHES & JEWELRY
,t . -. 0 a . A T the "Philadelphia
~Watch and Jewelry
- ",C.1 1 ' - ', , )„ Stole," No. 96 North See
( : \,, i .. .4 . , , ond Street,corner of Quer
“ '.fr4 ry. Gold Lever Watches,
, • '' , l ~, ..3:i fall jewelled 18 carat cases
-----'---- --'-' and gold Dial, 40 00
Silver Lever \Vetches full jeweled, 20 00
Silver Patent Lever Watches, Seven jewels, 18 00
Silver Lepino Watches, jeweled, , 12 00
gnarlier Watches 8 00
Mutation Quartier Watches, 5 00
Gold Spectacles, 7 00
Fine Silver Spectacles, 1 50
Gold Bracelets with Topas Stoney, 3 50
Gold Pens with silver Pencil end Holder, 125
Ladies Gold Pencils, 1 75
Silver Tea-spoons, from $4 50 per set to 600
Gold Finger-Rings, from 374 cents to 80 00
Watch-Glasses:—Plain, 121 eta; patent 18i ;
Lunet 25 ;other Articles in proportion. All goods
warranted to be whet they ere sold for.
On hand some Gold and silver Levers, Lepines
and Quartiers lower than the above prices.
Constantly on hand, an assortment of Silver Ta
ble, Desert, Tea Salt and Mustard• Spoons, Soup.
Ladles, Sugar-Tongs, Napkin-Rings, Fruit and
Butter Knives, Thimbles, Shields, Knitting Nee
dle Cases and Sheaths, Purse and Reticle Clasps,
—The silver warranted to be equal to American
Also a great variety of Fine Gold Jewelry, con
sisting in partof Finger-Rings of all styles, set
with Diamons, Robyn, Enteral Torquiae, Topaz,
Garnet, Cornelian, Jasper, Cape May, Amethyst
and other stones. Breastspins and Bracelets of all
styles set with &once. and Cameos and Ena
melled; Ear-Rings of all styles; Gold Chains of
all styles and of the finest gustily, together with all
other articles in the line, which will be sold unusu
ally low, wholesale and retail.—Also Matins Light.
ning-Rotl Points, by the dozen or sipgle one.
0. CON - RAD.
Watchmaker t Jeweller
N. B.—On hand M. J. Tobias & Co'.. best
quality full jewelled, Patent Lever Movements, in
18 Carat Gold Cases. Also a quantity of Move
ments which will be cased any style required, and
sold at 5 per cent above the price of Importations.
July 20, '47-Iy.
ATTORNEY A TLA W--Attends to practice
in the Orphans' Court, stating administrators'
accounts, Scrivening, &c. Office in the diamond,
hree doors cast of the "Exchange Hotel."
SADDLE, HARNESS & LEATHER
HE undersigned take this method of
informing their friends and the pub
lacgcnerally, that the following enumerated articles,
together with all manner of work pertaining to
their business, will be disposed of to purchasers,
and made up to order in a workmanlike and ap
proved style, very cheap, for cash or country pro
duce. All that is necessary for those who wish to
be accommodated in any article in their line of
business, will call at their shop,
Three doors west of Buoy's Jewelry Es-
Where the public can at all there bo accommated
Red and Oak Sole Leather, Skirting,
Harness and Bridle Leather, Upper
Leather, Calfskins, Spanish and
Country Kips and Sheepskins.
Atso, a first rate quality of
.421 for Men, IVomen
and Children, of
all qualities and
They also continue to carry on in all its various
branches, SADDLE and LIAR
i 4, NESS making, and arc ready t i ,
V i fe'r Agg li k - furnish their customers with ell
mie - kinds of Trunks, Wk., Carpet
bags, Plnsh. Hogskin and Tub Side-saddles, (from
the cheapest to the best.) Aeso, Shaffer Saddles.
of all kinds, Waggon and Carriage Hotness, Bri
dles, Collars, Whips, &c.
All of which will be disposed of cheap for
Casio or any kind of country produce. The high
est price, in trade, giuen for beef hides, calf hides,
bark, &c. .1. J. & A. E. BUMBAUGH.
N. li.—Two apprentices will be taken at the
above estaillishment it application be made 130011.
Hats, Caps, Ladies' Muffs, Boas, &c.
To Merchants, Hatters, nod Others.
GARDEN & BROW N,
Hat 4 Cap Ware House & .Manufactory,
No. 196 Market Street,
Second Door below Sixth, Philadelphia,
5 - 1 - 1 11 . Et S o
P their E lj.
te a t s t t e o n c t k i o o n r
UPS and CAPS, manufactured under
their own immediate direction and su
perintendence with all the advantages
of modern improvements to enable them to corn
-1 ine the important qualities of durability, taste and
beauty of finish with extreme cheapness of price
An immense and beautiful assortment of all va
rieties and prices of Beaver, Brush,Silk,Moleskin,
Russia, Cassimere, Wool, Sporting and Ashland
1-lats. Also, a general assortment of every variety
of CAPS-Otter, Ft r Seal, Hair Seal, Muskrat,
Plain and Fancy Cloth every style, Red, Black
and Brown Mohair, Sealette, Glazed, Oiled Silk &
Ladies' Muffs, Boas, &c., at the very lowest
Dryers by the dozen or leas, are invited to call
and see if it is not to their interest to del with us.
Particular attention paid to the parking of Hats,
Cash paid for Muskrat and Shipping Furs.
GARDEN & BROWN,
No. 196 Market Street, below Sixth Street.
Philadelphia, July 20, 1847-3 m.
HARRIS, TURNER & IRVIN,
Ab. 201 Market Street, one door above
Fifth, North Side, Philadelphia.
IMPORTERS and Wholesale Deatersin DRUGS,
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, Patent Medi
cines, Obstctrica I Instruments,D ruggists' Glasswa re,
Window Glass. Paints, Oils, Dyes, Perfumery, &c.
Druggists, country Merchants and Physicians,
supplied with the above articles on the most favora
ble terms. Strict and prompt attention paid to or
ders. Every article warranted.
JOHN HARRIS, M. D.,
aept23. JAS. A. TURNER, kte of Va
WM. IRVIN, M. D.
DR. DAVIS'S COMPOUND SYRUP
OF WILD CHERRY AND TAR.
▪ lOR the cure of Pulmonary Consump
▪ tion,, Coughs, Colds, dlsthma, Influen
za, Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Difficulty of
Breathing, Pain in the Breast or Side,
Spitting of Blood, Croup, Nervous Tre
mours, Hooping Cough, 4.c.
Proof follows upon proof of the virtues of
DR. DIMS'S SYRUP.
Read the following Jrew Certificates
Muronn, Perry co., Pa., Oct. 1, 1846
Messrs. Robinson, Collins & Co:-.Sirs: This
is to inform you that I was afflicted for 20 years
with a violent pain in my breast, so much so that
I could hardly lay in bed at night. Cough attended.
followed by emaciation and other decided symp
toms of cobsumption. I applied to several eminent
physicians, and took a great deal of medicine with
out any relief whatever. I was advised to try Dr.
Davis's Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry and
Tar, of which I took two bottles, which entirely re.
hewed me of my complaint; therefore I can with
confidence recommend it to all who are in a like
wither afflicted, as a most valuable Medicine.
The authenticity of the
_above statement is
vouched fur by Mr. Isaac Murphy, a merchant of
Milford, who knows Mr. Toomey, and the circum
stances of his ease. Mr. 'l'. is now sixty years of
age. _ _
Price, $1 per bottle.
Robison, Collins, & Co., Phila'd., gen
Far sale by THOS. READ & SON,
Huntingdon ; P. Shoenberger, at all his
Furnaces ; Royers, at all their Furnaces;
Patton & Tussey, Arch Springs; B. F.
Bell, Laurel Run Mills, and Spencer &
French Burr RIM Stones.
T" subscriber respectfully informs the trade,
and all concerned, that ho still continues the
manufacture of French Burma oil sizes; war
ranted equal in quality and workmanship to any
that can be made in America. If desired he will
deliver Burrs at hie 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. WM. H. KEPNER.
Harrisburg, Aug. 28, 1947.-3 m.
trThe Hollidaysburg Register will insert the
above three months, Atd charge this office.
Vegetable Universal Pills,
The only known .Medicine dug at the same
time purges, purifies and strengthens
ROY'S PHIS ire a new medicine which
J 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, so 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 are at the same time tonic
and opening; a desideratum long and eagerly
sought for by medical men, but never before ills
' cueered. In other words they do the work of twe
medicines, and do it much better then any two we
know of; for they remove nothing from the system
but the impurities ; so that while they purge they
strengthen; end hence they cause no debilitation,
and are followed by no re-action. Dr. Le Roy's
pills have a wonderful influence on the blood ; they
nut only purify without weakening it, but they re
' move all noxious particles from the chyle before it
is converted into fluid, and thus make impure
blood an utter impossibility. As there is no debit
itation, so there is no nausea or sickness attending )
the operations of this most excellent of medicines,
which never strains or tortures the digestive Cum ,
lions, but causes them to work in a perfectly natur
e! manner; and hence persons taking them do not
become pale and emaciated, but the contrary; for
while it is the property 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
sound; and hence a robust state of health is the
certain result of their united operations.
fry Price 25 Cents per BOX.
AGENTS.—T. Read & Son, Swoope and Af
rica, Huntingdon; W. W. Buchanan, Milliken
and Kessler, Mill-Creek ; S. Hatfield & Son, Juni
ata Iron Works; Porter & Bucker, Moore &
Swoope, H. C. Walker, Alexandria; G. H. Steiner
W aterst rect. [Aug. 31, '47.
JAS. P. PEROT. C. J. HOFFMAN
PEROT a HOFFMAN
Produce and General Commission
No. 79, North Wharves, below Vine St., Piffled.,
ARE prepared to receive all kinds of
produce on Consignment, on which
they will make liberal advances, when required.—
They trust, with their knowledge of, and attention
to business, they will receive a share of the patron
age of Merchants, Millers, and others. They re
Dutilh & Humphreys, - 1
Platt, Hollingshead & Co.,
Lea, Bunker &
F. & W. S. Perot, }Philadelphia
Smith, Brothers & Co.,
'l'. C. Rockhill,
J. & J. Milliken,
1)r. J. 14. Aril,
F. .1. Hoffman,
Philadelphia, April 14. Mi..-- Cm
rJIHE subscriber, of the late firm of
1 Buck & Moore, takes this method
of informing his friends and the public in general,
that he has iwught out the interest of S. L. Buck,
at the old established CLOTHING STAND, No.
254, MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA, and is now
prepared to furnish all kinds of Ready-made
CLOTHING, at prices which cannot but secure
to him the patronage of all who desire to purchase
cheap clothing. I have splendid French Cloth
Dress end Frock Costs. front $5.50 to $18; do.
Pants from 75 cents to $6 ; Yeats, from 62, cents
to $4 ; suit of summer clothing for $2.25. Also,
all kinds of Gentlemen'. Furnishing Goods at ex
tremely low prices.
Wholesale dealers in Clothing would do well to
call at the store of JOSEPH J. MOORE,
254 Market street, Philadelphia.
HOOVER'S FIRST PREMAIM INK.
1% 0.. S 7
North Third Street, Philadelphia.
From Dr. Hare. the celebrated Professor of
Chemistry in the University of Ponn'a.
Philadelphia, Oct. 11, 1843.
Dear Sir—Having trier' of your Ink, I will
thankyou to send me another bottle, as I find it to
beexcellent. lam yours, truly,
From Dr. Locke, of Cincinnati, distinguished
for his numerous scientific researches.
Medical College of Ohio, Cincinnati,
January 17, 1844.
Having used Mr. Hovel's Writing Ink, I am
satisfied that it is the best which has ever come to my
knowledge, and especially is it excellent for the
use of the Steel Pens, and will not corrode them,
even in long use. JOHN LOCKE,
Prof. of Chemistry."
glover's Adamantine Cement.
From a well known scientific gentleman.
Philadelphia, Feb. 27, 1846.
Mr. Joseph E. Hover—Sir: A use of your Ce
ment, and some practical tests of its superiority, has
nduced me to recommend it to others as an invalu
able article for mending China, Glass or Cabinet
Ware. CAMPBELL MOUPIT,
For Sale, Wholesale end Retail, at the Manu
factory, No. 87 North Third street, opposite Cherry
street, Philadelphia, by
JOSEH E. HOVER, Manufacturer,
je9: jy 27:'47-Iy.
Important to Store Dealers.
r attention of Stove Dealers in this place is
invited to our assortment of Cooking, Parlor,
Hall and office Stoves, and especially to
Alwood's Empire hot Air
As tha best cooking apparatus ever invented, it hav
ing obtained a celebrity, wherever it has been intro
duced, never before attained by any Cooking Stove.
The operation of baking being performed in this
stove by hot Air, instead of heat radiated from the
oven plates, renders it equal for baking to a Brick
Oven, or to the Tin oven for roasting; making it
unnecessary to turn or change the article while
cooking, and removing all liability to burn. We
are-desirous to have the Stove introduced in this
market, and to that end, liberal terms will be given
to a responsible dealer, willing to take hold of them,
and only one will be permitted to sell them in the
GILDER T ALLEN,
Wholesale Stove Dealers 223 North Second sire*
may 26.47.1 Philadelphia.