Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, November 09, 1847, Image 4

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    Beware of Counterfeits.
7,000 Cases of obstinate Pulmonary Com
plaints Cured in One Year !
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The Great .dmerican Remedy for Lulus
Complaints and all affections of the
Respiratory Organs.
o:)'.We do not wish to trifle with the
lives or health of the afflicted, and we
sincerely pledge ourselves to make no
assertions as to the virtues of this med
icine, and to hold out no hope to suffer
ing humanity which facts will not war
rant. _
We ask the attention of the candid to
a few considerations.
Nature in every part of her works,
has left indelible marks of adaptation
and design.
The constitution of the animals and
vegetables of the torid zone, is such that
they could not endure the cold of the
frigid zone, and vice versa. In regard to
disease and its cure, the adaptation of
remidies is not less striking.
The .11toss of Iceland and the Pine
and Wild Cherry are justly celebrated
for the cure of all diseases of the Lungs
and Liver, which are so fearfully preva
lent in all Northern latitudes. Front a
combination of Chemical Extracts pro
cured from this ',Moss' and those 'Trees'
is chiefly formed.
ft:7..lT CURES Wherever Wis.
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry is intro-
duced, it at once attains that high rep
utation which it so richly deserves.'
What can prevent its sale when on eve
ry hand can be witnessed its wonderful
cures 1 The worst cases of Asthma re
cent and dangerous Coughs, (and also
those that are of long standing,) Bron
chitis and Consumption, (in its early
stages,) are always cured by this re- ,
markable medicine.
Important to those afflicted with Diseases
of the LUNGS and BRE.dST.
Will m iracles never cease I More evidence of
its eurpassing health restorative virtues !
[Prom Dr. Baker, Springfield, Washington coun-
SPRINGF;ELD:I6/ , May 14, 1845.
Messrs. Sanford & Park :—I take this oppor
tunity of informing you of a moat remarkable
cure performed upon me by the use of Dr. Wes
ter'. Balsam of Wild Cherry.
In the year 1840 I was taken with an inflama
tion of the bowels, which I labored under for six
weeks, when I gradually recovered. In the fall
of 1841, I was attacked with a severe cold, which
seated itself upon my lungs, and for the space of
three years! was confined to my bed. I tried all
kinds of medicinces, and every variety of medical
aid, without benefit; sod thus I wearied along un
til the winter of 1845 ,when I heard of WISTAR'rs
My friends persuaded the to give it a trial,
though 1 had given up all hopes of recovery, and
had prepared myself for the change of another
world. Through their solicitations 1 was induced
to make use of the Genuine ¶A biter's l'alsain of
Wild Cherry. The effect was tru y aston!ehing.
After five years of affliction, pain and suffering,
and after having spent four or five hundred dol
lars to no pvrpose, and the best and most respecta
ble physicians had proved unavailing, 1 was soon
restored to entire health by the blessing of God
and the use of Dr. Wistar's Daleam of Wild Cher•
I am now enjoying good health. and such is
my altered appearance, that I am no longer known
when I meet any acquaintances.
I have gained rapidly in weight, and my flesh
is firm and solid. I can now eat as much as any
person, and my food seems to r gree with inc. I
have eaten more during the last six months, than
I had eaten in five years before.
Considering my cane almost as a miracle, I
deem it necessary for the good of ihe afflicted, find
a duty I owe to the proprietors and try
men, (who should known where relief may be had)
to make this statement public.
. . _
May the bl wings of boa rest unkthe tootle.
tonal an valuable a medicine se War's ffaham
of Wild Cherry. Yours, Respectfully,
Those who counterfeit a good medicine for the
purpose of adding a few dollars to their pockets,
are far worse than the manufacturers of spurious
coin. For while the latter only rob us of our pro
perty, the former take property, and health and
life away. Dr. Wistar's Balsam of 11 ild Cherry
is admitted by thousands of disinterested witnesses
to have effected the most extraordinary cures in
cases of pulmonary and athinatic character, ever
before recorded in the history of medicine.
The young, the beautiful, the good, all speak
forth its praise. It is now the favorite medicine
In the most intetigent families of our country.
Such a high stand in public estimation hasheen
achieved by its own n•erits alone. And so long as
a discerning public are careful to get Wistaria
Balsam of NVild Cherry, and refuse with scorn,
counterfeits, and every other artic'e proffered to
them as suhntituted, SO long will cures, positive
cures, cheer the fireside of many a despairing fain
cij•The true and genuine M'inter's Balsam of
Wild Cherry is sold at established agencies in all
parts of the United states. Sold in Cincinnati,
on the corner of Fourth and Walnut streets, by
S N FORD &PA ItK. ; UDIViI 0 Tte'S/L1 DDlU@c i
General Agents for the Western States.
REED & SON, Huntingdon; Mrs, Mary ( )17, Importers and Dealers in Silks, Ribbons
Hollidaysburg; Morrie & Nicodemus, Martinsburg. and Millinary Goods, JVO. 45 South
Second Street, Philadelphia,
ARE now opening for the Fall Trade a very
At 11w Cheap Corner ! j L has rr : nt'fll o i r antiGdB'alarg°
proportion o h are thou Goods,
THE subscriber would most respectfully invite I viz:—Bonnet figured and plain.
the public to call and examine one of the Bonnet Satins, of all colors and gualtiee,
mat splendil
Fancy Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, a very hand.
Mock of Goods some assortment.
Silk Flushes.
ever opened in this county. It is needless to un-
Silk Velvets, black and coiored, of all qualities.
dertake naming the articles or price as the price
French and American 4atificial Flowers.
would be so low you could nut believe it until you
Fancy Laces, Cop Stuffs, Lace Trimmings.
would see it, and the variety no great that I could
Bonnet Crowns, Tips, Buckram., Willows, &e.
not do justice to myself or the goads by attempt. They have al . a received by th e lute
lag to give you any idea of the quality. Th.ank: very beautiful assortment of Fancy Feathers, direct
ful for past favors, I ie receive a ham' from the manufacturers in Paris.
share of pu . .lie patronage.
Phila. sept. 7, '47.
Canoe CORNM"
Huntingdon, Sept. 21, 1847. $ jj admirably executed on very fine pa-
Iv. B. Country Producto taken in exchange
for goods. I per, for sale at this Office.
Or vocabulary of nearly two thousand of
the common errors of speech ; con
tained in no other work : The
whole explained, corrected
and conveniently ar
ranged for the use
of schools and
Published by E. H. Butler & Co., Phil.
CKNTRAL thou Scnoot, ?
Philadelphia, July 8, 1 847 . S
•• We the undersigned cordially recommend
Hurd's Oranunatical Corrector," as a text-book
for schools, and as highly useful and convenient
munel for private families and individuals.
Signed by JOHN. S. HART, Principal,
and nine Professors.
~ We the undersigned l'rincipals of the Public
Schools of Philadelphia, recommend I , Hurd's
Grammatical Corrector," as a work eminent y cal
culated, not only to prevent the formation of incor
rect modes of expreesion, but to eradicate those al
ready acquired. It contains neatly two thousand
of those common errors of speech which are not
provided for in Eng ish Grammars, and hence isof
very great imp' lance as vupplying a vacuum in
our list of school books. Such a work is much
needed in our Schools, and we hope the "Correct
or" may receive that consideration to which its
merits so justly entitle it.
Signed by JAMES APCLUNE, Principal
of tne Master st. buy's grans. school, and 26 others.
Chamber of the Controllers of Public
" At a meeting of the Committee of the Control
lers of Public Schools, held at the Contro lets'
Chamber, in the City of Philadelphia, on Friday
July 30, t 847, the following resolution was unto•
imously adopted.
Resolved, That " G: ammatical Correc
tor;' be inrrodueid as a ( lass Book, &c.
Certified from the Minute..
" This is a highly useful publication, being an
exposition, accorniamied by corrections, of nearly
2000 inaccuracies of daily conversation, which the
author has • exhibited in a very strong light.' Mr.
Hurd merits much praise for his indefatigable labors
in this department.—N. V. Tribune.
"'Fulls work is precisely such a one as the com
munity has lung needed. It should be in the hands
of all. Few persona will ho able to look into its
neatly printed pages without perceiving exprea•
Mons with which their own lips are familiar, and
the inelegance or lances wy of which they have
never suspected."--1101. :visit of the Times.
"This is an original and singular book, and it ix
as useful as it is new and singular.--N. Sun.
"There is here supplied a most admirable correc
tive of those provincial and barbarous expressions
which so extensively prevail in conversation, and
not unfrequently in wilting. 'Fire author has re
lied upon the best lexocographical authorities, and
evinces a nice and discriminating knowledge of the
meaning of words. For Schools and for general
reference, this work may be commended with great
safely as a guide to our vernacular longue..—N. Y.
A book of this kind was much needed as a
means of eradicating the many cant phrases and
barbarisms already flourishing among us, We have
been mum amused and edified in looking over its
pages. It is adruirab'y adapted for the use of sebools,
and must become a standard work throughout the
country. It will also prove a most useful manuel
to have at hand in u family. as a book or reference,
in cases where a phrase is used of doubtful charac
ter.--Phil, Sat. Post.
" Cou'd we aid in placing a copy of this work
in the hands of every reader, we should be doing
a public service.—Phil. Sat. Courier.
'This is a most useful little volume.--Phil.
Public Ledger.
“This' is a highly valuthle w. rk, not only for
Schools, but for private individuals. It contains
nearly two thousand common errors of speech, ths
correction of which the author eustains by constant
reference to standard authors, and by exceedingly
well written notes and comments.--Phil. N. Am.
& U. S. G a..
This work must he productive of much good.
The author has conferred a great benefit upon the
English language.--Dollar Newspaper.
This is a very timely, entertaining and useful
book. We commend its introduction into all
schools and tamilies.--N, Y. Observer.
Tbia is a very usrful book.—Godey s Lady's
" This is on extremely valuable, as well as curi
ous little volume; the result of great labor and re
search. NVe recommend it strongly to our school
directors, and all concerned in education ; nor to
such only; we would recommend every man who
wishes to correct his colloquial errors, to carry a
copy of it in his pocket for 8 months as we intend
to do ourselves.--Phil. American.
On the 9th of July last, a large stereotype
edition of several thousand copies of the "Cor
rector," was put into the market, since which time,
being a little more than a month, the entire edition
has been exhausted ; more than two hundred teach
ers having already introduced the work into their
The sanction it has received as a class-book, by
an official resolution of a committee of the control
lers of the public schools of Philadelphia ('ity and
County, (which schools number upwards of forty
thousand pupils,) and the unparn'e led favor with
which it hes been received by teachers and school'
directors, in various other poltions of the coontry,
as well as by the public generally, have rendered
necessary an immense edition of twenty thousand
copies, in order to supply the present, arid keep
pace with the increasing demand.
Tall Old Unary Goods.
lITHEREAS, by precept to me direct-
VV ed, dated at Huntingdon, the 21st
day of August, 1847, under the hands
and seals of the Hon. Abraham S. Wil
son, President of the Court of Common
Pleas, Oyer and Terminer and general
jail delivery of the 20th judicial district
of Pennsylvania, composed of the coun
ties of Huntingdon, Mifflin and 'Union,
and the Hons. James Gwin and John
Stewart, his associates, judges of the
county of Huntingdon, justices assign
ed, appointed to hear, try, and determine
all and every indictments and present
ments, made or taken for or concerning
all crimes, which by the laws of the Com
monwealth are made capital or felonies
of death and other offences, crimes and
misdemeanors, which have been, or shall
be committed or perpetrated within said
county, or all persons who are or shall
hereafter be committed or be perpetra ,
ted, for crimes aforesaid, I am comman
ded to make proclamation throughout my
whole bailiwick, that a Court of Oyer
and Terminer, of Common Pleas and
Quarter Sessions, will be held at the
Court House, in the borough of Hunting
don, on the 2nd Monday (and Bth day)
of November next, and those who will
prosecute the said prisoners, be then
and there to prosecute them as it shall
be just, and that all justices of the peace,
coroner, and constables within the said
county, be then and there in their prop
er persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said
day, with their records, inquisitions, ex
aminations and remembrances,- to do
those things which to their offices res
pectively appertain.
Dated at Huntingdon, the 21st day of
August, in the year of our Lord, one
thonsand eight hundred and forty-seven,
and the 71st year of American Indepen
dence. JOHN ARMITAGE, Sherif.
Huntingdon, Oct. 19, 1846.
WHEREAS, by precept to me direct-
ed by the Judges of the Common
Pleas of the county of Huntingdon, bear
ing test the 21st day of August, A. D.
1847, I am commanded to make public
proclamation throughout my whole bail
iwick that a Court of Common Pleas
will be held at the Court House in the
borough of Huntingdon, in the county
of Huntingdon, on the third Monday (and
15th day) of November, A. D. 1847, for
the trial of all issues in said court, which
remain' undetermined before the said
judges, when and where all jurors, wit
nesses and suitors, in the trial of all
said issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon, the Ist day of
August, A. D. 1847, and the '7lst year
of American Independence.
Huntingdon, Oct. 19, 1847.
ildnitnisdral or's Jiafire,
Estate of Thomas .11 - ontgomery, late of
Franklin township, Huntingdon coun.
ty, deceased.
VOTIOE is hereby given that Letters of Ad
ministration upon the estate of the said de
ceased have been duly granted to the undersigned
--Itherefora all persons indebted to said estate are
requested to make payment immediately; and
all claims and dernamis against the same to be pre
nested, duly authenticated for settlement, to
oct. 5. '47-6t•) Franklin township.
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.
or Physical Training, to make their
Lives in this World Long and Happy,
by the Author of 44 Education: As
It Is, Ought To Be, and Might
Be," First American Edition,
with Additions:
Being an elementary and interesting treatise on
Self Knowledge. unwitting short and entertain.
ing articles on
F,;011, Heart, Glands, Strength,
Eating, Stomach, Nerves, Recreations,
Digestion, Liver, Brains, Old Age,
Blood Lungs, Mind. Man,
Secretions, Arteries, Sen.., Woman,
Head, Veins, Health, Diocese,
&c., &c., &c.
Together with the Great Secret—SuccessinLife
how attained—How to do Good—Campos and
Effects of Error—H abits—Passions—Womantle
scribed—M an described—Man's Errors--Rich and
Poor-Sexes—Virtue and Vice--Youthful Errors
—Woman how made delicate--Woman's Virtues,
Ambition, &c.
The whole designed for the noble purpose dim
proving and extending education amongst the pea
pie, imparting valuable knowledgon the physiol
ogy of the human frame and the laws which gov
ern mental and bodily health, cet etc.
cc, Any person sending 0 cents enclosed in a
letter shall receive one copy by mail, al five copies
will be sent for $l. Add ess,postage paid,
G. 13. ZIEBER 8c Co.
may 26-47 ly] Philadelphia.
John Scott, jr.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Hentingdon, Pa.—
Has removed his office to the middle room of
Snare's Row," directly opposite Fisher & M'Mur
trie's store where he will attend with promptness
and fidelity to all business with which he may be
entrusredin Huntingdon or the adjoining counties
Huntingdon Sept. 23,1848.
A. W. Benedict,
A TTORN Et AT LAW, Huntingdon. Pa.—
II Office at his old residence in Main etreet,a
few doors weal of the old Court House. He will
attend to any business entrusted to hiin in the sew
cult Courts of Huntingdon and adjoining counties,
.4 Not for a Day but for All Time."
TTAS now given abundant evidence of tie heel
-11. ing powers, and proved itself the moat extra
ordinary and wonderful medicine in the world.—
In the short space of two yelrs. 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 Fee
sky, who now universally concede its giest value.
They speak of it in the highest terms, and com ,
mend its use.
It is condemned by none. On the cent, ary, its
pra se is universal. The cases of cures are so 11,1.
merous that it would take volumes to recount them;
and it is a fixed fact, and is 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, %\ eakness of the Joints,
Colds, Toothache, Sore Throat and
Quinsy, Ulcerated Sores, Indolent Ul
cers, Burns, Frosted Feet, Corns,
itunyons, Fresh Wounds, Swellings
and Bruises, Scrofulous Affections,
Musquito Bites, and Poisons.
(This Liniment is sold by all the respectable
Merchants end Druggists throughout the country,
and by the Proprietors at Sing Sing. N. Y.
AGE NT.4.—t. Read & Son, Huntingdon; B.
F. Patton, Warriorsinark ; James Clark, t'
horn ; J. R. Hunter & Co., Petersburg; Milliken
& Kessler, Mill Creek; A. 0. Brown, Shirley..
burg, 'P. E. Orbison si• Co., Orbi.onie ; Blair &
Maddon, Cromwell township; A. C. Blair, Clays.
Aug. 24, 1847-9 m.
TpI4E B.lbicriber otkrs to the trade, or by retail
I a largo and general assortment of the following
articles, being all of his own importation or M..
Buyers of goods in this line al e invited to ex
amine the assortment, and orders ore solicited.vvith
the assurance that every effort will be made to give
satisfaction and insure a continuance of custom.
Gold &Silver Lever Watches of ordinal) , quality.
Do. do. do. of I uperior finish.
Do. do. du. Anchors& Lepines.
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, 8 and 10 tuner,
Gold and Silver Spectacles
.... •
Diamond P..inted . Gold Pena.
Mantel and Mice Clocks, in gilt and other frames.
Watchtnakers"Fools and Materials as II sorts.
Fancy Articles, Fancy Fans. hteel Beads, erc.
Having every facility for obtaining goods on the
most advantageous twine, corresponding induce•
merits will be offered to purchasers.
112 Chesnut St., Philadelphia.
A T the"Pldladelplda
. .
,-. AWateh and Jewelry
f p; 4 ; I Store," No. 96 North See
, '`,,' .!.
%\ l .' ) ondStreet.corner of Quer-
‘ ,.,',' ry. Gold Lever Watches,
0„- - N-1 P : Y ,/3 ' l '.
full jewelled 18 carat cases
''''„ael. and gold Dial, 40 00
Silver Lever Watches full jeweled, 20 00
Silver Patent Lever Watches, seven jewels, 18 00
Silver Lepino Watches, jeweled. 12 00
Quartier Watches 8 00
Mutation Quartier Watches, 5 00
Gold Spectacles, 7 00
Fire Silver Spectacles, 1 50
Gold Bracelets with Topes Stones, 3 50
Gold Pens with silver Pencil and Holder, 125
Ladies Gold Pencils, 1 75
Silver Tea-spoons, from $4 50 per set to 600
Gold Finger-Rings, from 373 cents to 80 00
Watch-Glasses:—Plain, 123 eta; patent 181- ;
Lunet 25 ;other Articles in proportion. All goods
warranted to be what they are sold for.
On hand sums Gold and silver Levers, Lapin.
and Quartiers lower than the shove prices.
Constantly on hand, an assortment of Silver Ta
ble, Desert, Tea Salt and Mus ard-!'poons, Soup-
Ladle., Sugar-Tongs, Napkin-Rings, Fruit and
Butter Knives, Thimbles, Shields, Knitting Nee
dle Cases and Sheaths, Purse and Reticle Clasps,
—Tire silver warranted to lie equal to American
Also a great variety of Pine Gold Jewelry, eon=
elating in part of Finger-Rings of all styles, set
with Diamons, Rultys, Emersl Tortoise, 'Copt,
Garnet, Cornelian, Jasper, Cape May, Amethyst
and other stones. ltreastspins and 13 racelets of all
styles set with Atones,. and Cameos and Ena•
welled; Ear-Rings of all styles; Gold Chains of
till styles and of the finest quality, together wit'• all
other articles in the line, whirls will be sold unusu
ally low, wholesale and retail.—Also Plasma Light
ning-Rod Points, by the dozen or single one.
Watchmaker 4. jeweler
N. 13.—0 n hand M. J. 'robins A 11o's. beet
quality fulljewolled, Potent Lever Movements, in
18 ['scat Gold Cases. Also a quantity of Move
ments whirls will he eus,l any style required, and
sold at 5 per cent above the price of Importations.
July 20 '47-Iy.
.710011 E 41' It I DOA',
OM a )1192 italmome3 D
No. 70 South Third Street, nearly oppo
site the Exchange, Philadelphia,
TES PE: TFULLY announce to their friends
and the public that they aro constantly pre
pared to make to order, of the finest and best mute
rtals, and at moderate prices, every article of Fash
ionable Clothingconstituting u Gentleman's Vat&
robe, for which their complete stock of choice and
carefully selected Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting, &c.,
of the latest and most desirable patterns, are partic
ular!). designed.
own practical knowledge of the business
and a personal attention to every garment, enables
them to give ei.tire satisfaction, end to both old and
new customers they respectfully tender an invite
tiontogive them a call.
Having been for years connected with some of
the best and most fashionable establishments in this
country, employing none 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 rummer.
rhilaila., Aug. 24,1897.
To 'rhos, lorerehted.
AXTILL take notice that you who neglected to
%V settle your accounts with the Entine' iber, QC.
cording to former notice, will be expected to nettle
them shortly, JOHN N. PRO Weld...
Hu itinglun, Sept. 7, 19t7..2t
THE undersigned take this method of
informing their friends and the pub-
Itcgonerally, that the Wowing enumerated articles,
together with all manner of work pertaining to
their business, will be disposed of to purchaser.,
and made up to order in a workmanlike and ap
proved style, very cheap, fur cash or country pro
duce. All that is necessary for those who wish to
be accommodated in any article in their lino of
business. will call at their shop,
Three doors west of Buoy's JeWelry B.s
toblishment, HUNTINGDON,
Where the public can at all times be accommated
Red and Oak Solo Leather, Skirting,
Harness and Bridle Leather,
Leather, Calfskins, Spanish and
Country Kips and Sheepskins.
ALso, a first-rate quality of
1111 and
ai s.4 for Oren, Women
and Children, of
all, qualities and
They also continue to carrion in all its various
brunches, SADDLE and H A 11-
~r& N ESS and are randy t o
giA\--.2 furnish their customers with all
-s kinds of Trunks, Valices, Carpet
bags, Plush, llogskin and Tub:- ide-maddies, (from
the cheapest to the beet.) AL., Shaffer Saddles,
of all kinds, Waggon and Carriage Harness, Bri
dles, Collars, Whips, &c.
All of which will be disposed of cheap for
Cash or any kind of country produce. The high
est price, in trade, gisen for beef hides, calf hides,
bark, &c. .1 J. & A. H. IHYMBAUGH.
N. B.—Two apprentices will he liken at the
above establishment if application he made soon.
Hats, Caps, Ladies' Muifs, Boas, &c.
Tu Merchants, Hatters, and Others,
flat 4• Cap Ware House & Olanufactory,
No. 196 Market ittrdes,
Second Door below Sixth, Philadelphia
1) "PECTFULLY solicit attention
--- le l t ' : their largo and complete stock of
HATs and CAPS, manufactured under
their own immediate direction and su•
perintendenco with all the advantages
of modern improvements to enable them to corn-
Line the impbrtant qualities of durability, taste and
beauty of finish with extreme cheapness of price
An'immense and beautiful wisortinent of all va
rieties and prices of Beaver. Brush,Silk,Moleskin,
Russia. Cassiinere, Wool, Sporting and Ashland
Hats. " Also, a general aasortment of every variety
of Cars-Otter, Ft r Seal, Hair Seal. Muskrat,
Plain and Fancy Cloth every style, Red, Black
and Brown Mohair, &Moue, Glazed, Oiled Silk &
Fur Caps.
Ladies' Muffs, Boas, &c., at the very lowest
. .
Buyers by the dozen or less, are invited to call
and see if it is not to their interest to d al with us.
Particular attention paid to the packing dilute,
Caps, &e.
Cash paid fur Muskrat and Shipping Furs.
No. 190 Market Street below Sixth Street
Philadelphia, July 20, 1947-3 m.
Xo. 201 Market Street, one door above
Fifth, North Side Philadelphia
TMPOWIGRS and Wholesale Denloran DRUGS,
1 MEDICINES:, CHEMIk ALS, Patent Medi•
Window Glass. Paints, Oils. Dyes, Perfumery, &c.
Druggists, country Merchants and Physicians,
supplied with the above articles on the most favors..
ble terms. Strict and prompt attention paid to or.
ders. Every article warranted.
sept 23. JAS. A. TURNER, le.te of Va.
!reK4l) - gril p - mr ,
FOR the cure of Pulmonary Consump
tion, Coughs, Colds, .fist/ ma, Influen
za, Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Difficulty of
Breathing, Pain in the Breast or Side,
Spitting of Blood, Croup, Xervous Tre
mours, !looping Cough, ei.c.
Prooffqlows upon proof of the virtues fo
Redd the following .IVeiv Certificates
Pa., Ocl. 1, 1846,
MIL.HD, l'erry co.,
Messrs. Robinson, Collins & Cot—Sirs: This
is to inform you that I woo afflicted for 20 years
with a violent pain in my breast, so much so that
. , ough utten ,l -1,
followed ',y emaciation and other decided symp
toms of consumption. I applied to several eminent
physicians, and took a greet 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, whieh entirely re
lieved me of my complaint; therefore I can with
confidence recommend It to all who are in a like
menoer afflicted, as a most valuable Medicine.
JOHN Towitt.
The authenticity of the niece statement is
vouched far by Mr. Isaac Murphy, u merchant of
Milford, who knows Mr. Toomey, and the circum
stances of his case. Mr. 'l'. is now sixty years of
- Price, $1 per bottle:
Robison, Collins, & Co., Phita'd., gen ,
era! agents.
For sale by THOS. READ & SON,
Huntingdon ; P. Shoenberger, at all his
Furnaces ; Reyers i at all their Furnaces;
Patton & Tussey i Arch Springs; B. F.
Bell, Laurel Run Mills, and Spencer &
Flood, Williamsburg.
Frencia burr RIM Stones.
1111111 sub,criber I espectfully informs the trade,
j and all concerned, that he still continues the
manufacture of French Bur., of all size.; war
ranted equal in quality and workmanship to any
that can be made in America, if desired he will
deliver Burrs at his own risk, at any point on the
Railroad or Canals.
All orders addressed lo him by mail, will receive
the same prompt attention as if application were
made in person. ‘VM. H. KEPNER.
MiPriaburg, I$4T.-Stn,
A HAft'. dit BOATS
Oppooito the Presbyterian Church, Huntingdon.
r IHE subscribers respectfully inform the public,
that they are at all times prepared to execute
any orders in their line of business, at the shortest
notice and on the most reasonable terms.
Carriages, Buggies, Wag
-11;-.4.gons, Sleighs, Dcarbrns,
Nialfatk- and Carts,
made td order, of the best materials, and at rea
sonable prices.
fiepaiting of all kinds of vehicles, done on the
shortest notice.
c-'l'hose wanting neat, cheap and durable ar
tides in our line of business, are respectfully rs
quested to give us a call.
dec3o,' ADAMS & BOAT.
DR. LE . Roy*
The only known Medicine that at the same
time purges, purifies and strengthens
the system.
Loelm:, July 7, 1946.
I~R. 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 pill. era
composed of many ingredients, but the two princi.
pal ones aro 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
act' opening; a desideratum long and eagerly
sought for by medical men, but never before die
cowered. In other words they do the work of twe
medicines, and du it much better than any two we
know of; for they remove nothing from the syeteun
but the impurities ; so that while they purge they
strengthen ; and hence they cause no debilitittion,
and are followed by no re-action. Dr. Le Roy'a
pills have a wonderful influence on the blood ; they
not 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 to no debil
itation, so there is no nausea or sickness attending
the operations of this most excellent of medicines
which never strain. or tortures the digestive func
tions, but causes them to work in n perfectly natty -,
n 1 manner; and hence persons taking them du not
become pale and emaciated, but the contrary ; for
while it is the property of tho Sarsaparilla, united
as it is with other ingredients, to remove all that is
foreign and impure, it is equally tho property of
the Wild Cherry to retain all that is natural and
sound; and hence a robust sloe of health is the
certain result of their united operations.
(0-Price 25 C'eut•s pc.. BOX.
AGENTS.—T. Read & Son, Swoops and Af
rice, Huntingdon; W. W. Buchanan, Milliken
and Kessler, Mill-Creek; S. Hatfield & Son. Juni ,
ate Iron Works; Porter & Bucker, Moore &
Swoope, H. C. Walker, A lexandria; G. H. Steinet
Waterstreet. (Aug. 31, '47.
PEROT & norrxerzaN
Produce and General Commission
No. 79, North Wharves, bt , ^w Vine St., Phihla.,
,RE prepared to receive all kinds of
11 1 _ produce on Consignment, on which
they will make liberal advances, when required.—
l'hey 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
fer to
Mtn & Humphreys,
Platt, Hollingshead & Co., I
Lea, Bunker & Co.,
F. & W. 8. l'erot,
Smith, Brothers & Co.,
'l'. C. Rocklin!,
J. & J.,Millilten,
Francis McCoy,
Dr. J. C. A lA,
Samuel 7.4 ithken,
P. J. Hoffman,
Philadelphia, April 14. 1847_ 6m
HE subscriber, of the late firm of
Buck & Moore ; takes this method
of informing his friends and the public in general,
that he has ',night out the interest of S. L. Bock,
at the old established CLOTHING STAND, No.
254, MAREILT STII Err, PUILATIELPEII A. , and is new
prepared to furnish all kinds of Ready-mado
CLOTHING, at prices which cannot but serum
to him the patronage of all who desire to purchase
cheap clothing. I have splendid French Cloth'
Dress and Frock Coats, from $5.50 to $18; Jo.
Pants from 75 cents to $6 ; Vests, from 623 cents
to $4 ; suit of summer clothing for $2.25. Also,
all kinds of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods at ex
tremely low prices.
Wholrsale dealers in Clothing would do well to
cull at th., store of JOSEPH J. MOORE.
234 Market street, Philadelphia.
O. S 7
North Third Street, Philadelphia
From Dr. Hare. the celebrated Professor of
Chemistry in the University of Nan's.
Philadelphia, Oct. 11, 1843.
"Dear Sir—Having tried of your Ink, I will
thonkvou to send me another bottle, as I find it to
beexcidlent. lam yours, truly,
From Dr. Locke, of Cincinnati, distinguished
for his numerous scientific researches.
"Medical College of Ohie, Cincinnati,
January 17, 1844.
Having used Mr. Hovet's tiling 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 sae. JOHN LOCKE,
Prof. of Chemistry."
Adstmantine Cement.
From a well known scientific gentleman.
"Philadelphia, Feb. 27, 1948.
Mr. Joseph E. Hover—Sir: A use of your Ce
ment, and some practical tests of its superiority, has
nducod me to ree , ,mmend it to others as an invalu
able article far mending China, Glass or Cabinet
Ware. • CAMPBELL Moamie,
Analytic Clietliet."
For Sale, Wholesale and Retail, at the
factory, No. 87 North Third street, opposite Cherry
street, Philadelphia, by
JOSEF{ E. HOVER, Montrfuetuer.
jl9, jy 27:17-Iy.