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F UNSEATED LANDS
IN HUNTINGDON COUNTY.
Wurcazss, by an act of the General
Assembly of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, entitled " .9n act to amend an
act directing the modc of selling unseated
lands for taxes and other purposes,"paa
sad 13th March, 1815, aid the other
bete upon that subject, the Treasurers
Of the several counties within this Com
monwealth are directed to commence on
the 2nd Monday in June in the year
1816, and at the expiration of every two
years thereafter, and adjourn from day
to day, if it be necessary so to do, and
make public sale of the whole or any
part of such tracts of unseated land,
situate in the proper county, as will pay
the arrenrages of the taxes which shall
then have remained due and unpaid for
the space of one year before, together
with all costs necessarily accruing by
reason of such delinquency, &c. I,
ISAAC NEFF, Treasurer of the coun
ty of Huntingdon, do therefore hereby
give notice that upon the following tracts
of unseated land, situate as herein de
scribed, the several stuns stated are
" the arrearages of the taxes, respect
ively, due and unpaid for one year : and
that, in pursuance of the direction of
the aforesaid act of Assembly, I shall,
on Monday the 12th day of June next,
at the Court House in the borough of
Huntingdon, commence the Public Sale
of the whole or any part of such tracts
of unseated lands, upon which all or
any part of the taxes herein specified
shall then be due, and continue such
sale by adjournment until all the tracts
upon which the taxes shall remain due
and unpaid, be sold.
Treasurer of Huntingdon county .
Treasurer's Office, ?
March 7, 1818. 5
Amount of taxes clue and unpaid on the
following tracts of Unseated Lands, up
to and including the year 1816
Acre.. Pr. Warranteea or owners. Taxes
403 John Black, . $ 88
314 John Cummings,
439 34 Martha Hannum,
425 57 John Douglass,
443 64 Isaac Webb,
362 53 Timothy Bell,
374 57 Valentine Bell,
992 48 William Bell,
346 50 David Bell,
358 87 Arthur Bell,
400 Lazarus Black,
400 Daniel Black,
408 Richard Noleman,
383 Peter Herris,
850 Aaron Herris,
408 Samuel Black,
405 19 William Black,
400 124 Andrew Herris,
400 William Herris,
132 Alexander McHatten,
433 163 Patrick Bush,
433 153 James Lamb,
433 153 Esther Moore,
433 153 Sarsh McEwen,
433 153 Elizabeth Hamilton,
433 153 James McCracken,
433 153 Alexander Spear,
433 153 Otherial Spear,
483 153 Thomas Hamilton,
433 153 Richard Miller,
433 163 Patrick Wolf,
433 163 Henry Bush,
433 163 Morris Such,
433 163 Martin Stroud,
433 153 Jesse Stroud,
733 153 Morris Boreland,
433 163 Patrick Boreland,
433 163 Patrick Kelly,
433 163 Patrick Wolf,
433 163 Martin Wills,
433 163 Martin Wright,
433 163 Martin Dull,
433 163 Martin Bush,
433 163 Morris Black,
433 163 Morris %, ills,
433 163 Morris Stroud,
433 163 Henry Black,
400 90 Gill Robbins.
401 66 James Smith,
401 53 John Long,
23 William Robb,
422 115 James Dean, 4 19
400 John Russell, " 396
150 George Betts, (part,) 2 '7O
414 Jacob Cox, 1 66
400 136 John Vanost, 1 44
418 George Cooper, 1 69
399 62 Wm. Shannon &J. Ash, 2 20
433 83 George Bicklnm, 2 38
433 83 Cadwallader Evens, 2 38
336 Philip Sickle, 1 85
200 F. Mallen,
412 139 Henry Joseph,
386 65 James Nixon,
454 33 James Morris,
300 Daniel Brown,
29 Peter Cornelius,
400 George Green,
31:10 John George,
370 67 Dorsey Belt,
70 Thomas Blair's heirs,
130 Thomas Blair's heirs,
416 88 Titus Harvey,
424 John Forrest,
7G Joseph Hudttm,
140 John Philips,
400 John Young,
117 118 Silas Moore, 1 03
454 14 William. Nesbitt, 6 09
400 James Hu n:er, 2 64
400 Michael Wallace's hairs, 3 52
47 71 Mordecai Massey, 23
133 67 Zephaniah Wakefield, 66
400 43 Henry Hill, 1 98
426 24 Thomas Smith, 2 11
622 Jacob Schuyler and part
P. Deviner, 3 08
92 20 John Cana,,, 1 01
44 Joseph Webb, - 235
William Worrell, 9 34
37 Benjamin Gibbs, 6 85
39 Andrew Bell, 36
William Pearson, 2 75
/ Daniel Haden, 69
2 62 Jonathan Zane, 57
3 32 Josiah W. Gibbs, 1 19
15 25 David Jackson, 10
50 Thomas H. Leifer, 15
;78 37 Benjamin E.McMurtrie, 6 85
135 85 William Poster, 6 93
Lot No. 132 - Fisher, 88
1 vacant lot, William Grubb, 66
2 lots, No. 249 & 250, F. McGrath, 88
Huston 7 0 wnship.
Ephraim Jones ;
9 Abraham Dean,
13 Alexander Ennis,
George Green, ser.
William M. Riddle,
3 103 William Trotter,
3 George Randle,
8 John Lynch,
.4 George IVilport,
)0 Thomas Russell, 1,
00 David Ralston, jr. s
00 - Batton, 3
137 65 Jonathan Priestly, 4 ,
319 Mary Kenne.ly & Hugh
Corn, 5 26
30 Elizabeth Dorsey & Son, 11 24
402 William Smith, 9 94
411 80 Peter ~ errs, 3 17
405 158 Henry Kline, 200
440 80 Jacob Cannote, 2 17
439 135 Agnes Gardner, 2 38
406 P. Lochart, 2 42
406 Henry Harris, 2 01
427 154 James Henry, 80
412 Henry James, 81
289 40 Willinm M. Brown, 2 51
415 140 Thomas Edmiston, 235
380 103 William Armstrong 87
233 88 William Savory, 1 35
240 120 Benjamin Brown, 1 19
117 12 William Taylor, 52
232 115 Ruhannah Calhoun, 1 94
414 80 Samuel Kennedy, 2 05
260 75 Peter Benson, 1 25
150 John IVlcCahan, 1 52
100 John George & W. B.
Hodson, 2 09
200 John George & W. B.
Hudson, 3 25
401 41 John King, 3 34
415 140 John Pnywell, 4 56
200 George Dawzell, 3 32
424 . John Hooper, 84
420 112 Nathan Ord, 3 45
244 63 Thomas Green, ser. 5 07
409 151 Barney Kerr, • 1 80
402 John Smith, 1 77
400 28 Samuel Marshall, 5 28
419 47 Daniel Stroup, 1 38
249 32 Thomas Kerr, 1 10
237 20 Thomas Sutton, 1 04
238 92 George Stout, 1 04
234 Robert Stewart, 1 03
456 William Stout, 2 10
400 152 Robert M array, 1 32
441 85 William Dysart, 5 10
392 5 James Gray, .. 129
445 48 John Carson, 254
427 James McKnight, 1 41
432 144 IN illiam Harris, 6 66
100 Jonathan Pew, 4 48
175 Joseph Brown, 1 35
94 John Mute (or Mood) 59
253 63 David Lnpsly, 1 60
97 156 William Galbraith, 40
400 Johanna Huston, 1 24
400 Resin Davis, 55
4.09 Joshua Cole, 3 82
401 Polly Chambers, 1 85
50 R. Callender's heirs, 25
207 John Sills, 94
400 78 Isaac Houston, 85
409 112 Nancy Davis, 88
370 Dorsey Belt, 2 69
400 Benjamin Bell, 20
222 Alexander McClelland, 3 02
290 110 John Laughery, 6 24
SOO John Saylor, 48
284 Gedion Miller, 1 14
465 85 Jacob Steinheisen, 8 66
409 149 Joseph Highland, 101
100 Richard Plowman ; 1 74
15 John Grove, 25
391 141 Daniel Bell, 18
288 18 Amos Laughery, 2 77
4.30 24 John Vandyke, 53
436 John Basics, 2 15
100 Gabriel Bell, 70
207 John Sell, (part tract) 206
196 Andrew Sell, .‘ 9 06
426 43 Robert Moore, 4 80
400 69 John Chambers, 95
425 William Watson,
103 Samuel Mifflin,
130 Charles Green,
10 William Reed,
129 120 John Jackson,
397 James Watson,
427 18 John Patton, 11 59
80 Eli Lloyd (part of G.
446 John Carson, 8 94
100 Nathan Wray (part tract) 2 97
' Warriorsmark. Township.
409 George F. Albert's, 2 63
306 Israel Pennington, 22 60
4.76 111 Robert Cooper, 14 13
122 31 John Hall, 362
81 152 Joshua Lewis, 2 41
412 69 Frederick Gross, 3 89
387 4 Philip Fouse, 340
395 61 Elizabeth Fouse, 3 48
382 144 John Santee, 3 37
304 87 Regina Santee, 2 67
374 Samuel Chew, 4 93
352 Philip Nicklin, 4 65
158 Alexander Boyd, 2 08
440 Jane Boyd, 5 81
163 Sophia Philips, 2 16
152 90 John Canan, 5 97
370 Henry Canan, 4 88
The following real estate upon which
personal property cannot be found suffi
cient to pay the taxes, returned by the
several collectors, is charged with the
taxes thereon assessed for the year 184.5,
and will be sold as unseated lands in
pursuance of the directions of the 41st
section of the act of Assembly, entitled
" An Act to reduce the• State debt and
to incorporate the Pennsylvania Canal
and Railroad company," approved 29th
400 Z. G. Brown, coal bank
and saw mill, $5 28
33 Solomon Beamer, 44
4.00 Edie Myers, 3 52
100 John Rider, 88
8 Aquilla Green, 99
Cromwell Township. •
400 Ramsey's heirs, '1 92
300 William McConeghy , 45
280 Henry Mathias,
350 Jos. S. P. Harris,
10 Samuel Harris,.
100 Adam Stong,
House and lot, Patrick Doran,
Do. John Mock,
House and lot, James Nowl,
150 Wm. Bingham's heirs, 1 41
230 Seth H. Bryan, 64
1 lot Mifflin st. Richard P. Smith, 55
4 vacant lots,
House and lot, John B. Stewart, •2 09
rp HE subscriber will sell the House now occu
r pied by him. and formerly kept by Henry De
&fluent, as a Hort:l,, situa.ed in the borough of
Petersburg, at private sale between this and the
tat of March. The house is forty feet front, with
six rooms, large entry and kitchen down stairs;
seven rooms tip stairs, a large and good cellar, and
large orret. wash house and smoke house, a large
end fine back porch with a well of water in the
cellar and a pump on the porch—and a forge and
good stable, and other out buildings. The lot is
good, with a number of goad fruit trees in fine
bearing. The house was built expressly for a
Tavern stand and kept as such fora nninher of
years, and has been well fixed up within the last
two years as a private residence, and is now in
good order. The Central Railroad rune close to
the lower end of the town, which will make the
property a first rate stand for a tavern, or any
other public business. For terms apply to the
subscriber. JOHN M'CULLOCH.
Petersburg, feb 1 -1 848.
.dD.MINISTRa TORS' NOTICE.
Estate of Samuel Hampson, late of Brady
LETTERS of administration having
been granted to the undersigned on
said estate, all persons having claims
against the same are requested to present
them for settlement, and those indebted
are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned.
JOHN HAMPSON, admr.
ALot of ground, with a two-story Frame
Dwelling If oJee, having three rooms an.l hall
below, and lour above, with a good cellar, extend
ing underneath the whole house; and also a stable
at d oven erected thereon; situate on Tyrone
street, in the town of Birmingham, Huntingdon
county, and will be a desirable location fur any
person wishing to reside near the Central Railroad.
- Any porsonwishing to purchase will please ap
ply to John Owen, Esq., in Birmingham, or the
subscriber, residing in Newry, Blair county.
Yen. 11, le4S—Om.
SADDLE, HARNESS AND TRUNK
C TOR F.
DEsp - EG I FULLY return. thanke to his
n friend. and the public for post favors, and
takes this oppot tunity to inform them that he still
continues at the old stand, one door east of Car
mont's Tavern, and nearly opposite the Post Of
fice, where he is st all times prepared to manufac
ture All kinds of Harness, Saddler, Trunks, Mat
tresses, Sis, Cushions. etc. etc., at the shortest
moat reasonable price..
All kinds of hides and skins, end country pro
duce, for which the highest market prices will be
allowed, taken in exchange.
Huntingdon, Aug. 31, 1347.
MORE NEW GOODS!
At the Cheap Corner!
THE subscriber bus just received
another large and well selected stock
of WINTER GOODS, among which
may be found all kinds of
Ladies Dress Goods.
ALL KINDS OF STAPLE DRY-GOODS
A splendid assortment of Calicoes at low ,
er prices than ever was known.
Boots and Shoes—Caps and Bonnets
.711UFFS and MITTENS; also,
ilardtvare, QIIVI'IISWMV and
Persons wishing to purchase CHE.dP
GOODS, will find that they will be ac
commodated at the Cheap Corner. Goods
shown with pleasure at all times; they
shall be thrown down on the counter
sad therefore save you the trouble of
pointing them out with the yard stick.
Thankful for past favors, I still hope to
receive a liberal share of public patron
age. JNO. N. PRO WELL.
Huntingdon, Dec. 21, 184 7. 5
CHEAP WATCHES & JEWELRY
Watch and Jewelry _.': - .P"' j
Stole," No. 90 North Sec- ,Vit --- ; ''.; •
end Street. corner of Quay- (Fe ) ..'
ry. Gold Lever Watches, k'''' :.? i
full jewelled 18 carat casev . , ,td 0... c, '
and gold Dial, 40 00 - 4Z4 ...:it , '
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 Quortier Watches, 6 00
Gold Spectacles, 7 00
Fine Silve. 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
Watch7Glasse;:--Plain, 123 eta; patent Ifti ;
Lunet 25 ; other Articles in proportion. All goods
warranted to be what they are sold fur.
On hand some Gold and silver Levers, Lepines
and Quartiers lower than the above prices.
Constantly on hand, an assortment of Silver Ta
ble, Duct, Tea Salt and plus ard.!-puons, 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 part of Finger-Rings of all styles, set
with Diarnons, Ruhys, Etneral Torquise, Topaz,
Garnet, Carnelian, Jasper, Cape May, Amethyst
and other stones. lireastspins and Bracelets of all
styles set with Stones. 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 Nouns Light
ning-Rod Pointe, by the dozen or single one.
Watchmaker d• Jeweller
N. D.—On band M. J. Tobias ;St Co's. beet
quality full jewelled, Patent Lever Movements, in
18 t arat Gold Cases. Also a quantity of Move
ments which will be cairn d any style required, and
sold at 5 per cent above the price of Importations.
July 20. '47-Iy.
ELLWOOD SHANNON, —7--
Dealer In Teas,
Warehouses 63 Chesnut above Second and Elev
enth and Chesnut Streets, Philadelphia,
HAS constantly in Store, a choich n as
sortment of Fresh Imported,
GREEN AND BLACK TEAS.
Country Merchant, are invited to call at 63
Chesnut street, and examine his stock, which he
offers at the lowest wholesale prices, for Cash. and
where he attends personally. [d7-6m,
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ATTORNEY AT LA W, Huntingdon, Pa.—
Has removed hie office to the middle room of
Snore's Row," directly oppoeitr Fishet & M'M ur
trie's ' , tore where he will attend with promptneee
and fidelity to all business with whirl) he may he
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I)LANK DEEDS and MORTGAGES,
D of a very superior quality, for sale
at this office.
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Burns, Scalds and all kinds of Inflamed
MOUSEY'S UNIVERSAL OINT
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sonic of the family will need it.
(r.r Observe each box of the genuine
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all who Ilse horses, will find this Oint
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respectable Druggists and Merchants
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AaINTs.—T. K. SIMONTON, Hun
tingdon ; Jas. Clark, Birmingham ; J. R.
Cox, Warriorsmark ; J. S. lsett, Spruce
Creek ; G. H. Steiner, Waterstreet ;
Moore & Swoope, Alexandria ; A. & N.
Creswell. Petersburg ; Orlady & Patter
son, Williamsburg; Royer 1g- Co.,
Springfield Furnace; M. Thompson,
Duneansville ; J. M. Lindsey, Holli
daysburg; Jas. Condron, Fraukstown.
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OVER 200,000 PERSONS
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_ _ _
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Heartburn, Worms, Cholera Morbus, Coughs,
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Liver Complaint, Erysipelas, Deafness, ltchings of
the Skin, Colder' Gout, Gravel, Nervous Com
plaints, and a variety of other diseases arising from
impurities of the b.ood, and obstructions iu the or
gans of digestion.
Experience has proved that nearly every disease
originates from Impurities of the Blood or Derange
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store the blood to its natural state. Therefore,
when the slightest derangement of the system is
indicated by Costiveness, or any other sign, it ad.
monishes us that superfluities are gathering in the
System, which shou.tl he immediately removed by
an effectual purging. This fact, as stated, is Uni
versally known; but people have such an aversion
to medicine, that, unless the case urgent, they pre
ferred the disease to the cure, generally. Since the
invention, however, of
Clickener's Vegetable Purgative Pills,
this objection does not exist, es they are completely
enveloped with a coaling of pure while sugar
(as distinct from the internal ingredients as a nut
shell from the kernel) hare no taste of medicine,
and are se easily swallowed as bits of candy.—
Moreover they neither neauseate or gripe in the
slightest degree. They operate equally on all the
diseased parts of the system, instead of confining
themselves to, end racking any particular region.
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gredient will operate on that particular organ, and,
by cleansing it of that Excess of Bile it is con
stantly discharging into the stomach, restore it to
Ile natural state, Another will operate on the
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ready entered into its circulation; while a third
will effectually expel fr m the system whatever Im
purities may have been discharged into the Mom.
ach ; and hence they
Strike at the Root animal°,
Remove all ha pure Humors; open the pore's!.
tenni!) , and internally; promote the Infeasible
Perspiration, obviate Flatulency, Headache, tiro.,
separate all foreign and obnoxious particles from
the chyle, secure a free and healthy action to the
Heart, Lunge, and Liver, and thereby restore
health even when all other means have failed.
The entire truth of the above eon be ascertained
by the trial of a single box ; and their virtues are
so positive and certain in restoring Health that, the
proprietor binds himself to return the money paid
for them in all cases where they do not give tgb
Retail Price, 28 cts. per Box.
Principal office No. 60 Veriey St., New York.
Sold in Harrisburg, by D. Robinson, Market St,
cry Remember Dr. C. V. Clickener is the inven.
for of Sugar Coated Pills, and that nothing of the
sort was ever heard of until he introduced them in
June, 1843. Purchasers should, therefore, always
ask for CI lickencr's Sugar Coated Vegetable Pills,
and take no others, or they will be made the vic
tims of a frond.
AGENTS.-T. K. SIMONTON, Hun.
tingdon, Jas. Clark, Birmingham, J. R.
Cox, G. H. Steiner, Waterstreet, Moore
& Swope, Alexandria, A. & N. Creswell,
Petersburg, Orlady & Patterson,
liamsburg, Royer & Co., Springfield
Furnace, M. Thompson, Duncansville,
J. M. Lindsey, Hollidaysburg, Jas. Con.
Ash the Sufferer
Asi llM it
what has relieved him in such a short time from
his difficulty of breathing, Cough and suffoca•
lion ? He will tell you it was the Oft
saonlan, of All Healing Balsam."
Ask the Consumptive what has
allayed his t ough,
ved the Pain In Ida hide and
Cheat, checked his night sweats and
placed the rose of health upon his check
and he willtellyou ..SIIEWMAN'tiOLO6.IOIIIIA7f,
Ask your friends if they know of any thing that
will so speedily cure a ong and tedious i ough,
Roisingof Blood, Bronchitis, Dyspeptic ( onsunii
Lion, Hoarseness, Influenza, and diseases of tLu
Throat, as the Olosoonion 1 and they will tell ) tot
—No. There never yet has been a remedy intro
duced to public notice which has been productive
of so much good in so short a space of limn. Read
the fol owing.
War.Bos u, the celebrated Boston cracker baker.
99 Nassau street, Brooklyn. stoics that his wife Lae
been afflicted with Asthma for 90 years, and could
not find permanent relief front the best tot-dicta ed•
vice which New York and Brooklyn could produce r
was induced to try this great remedy. Hie is now
nearly well. His daughter, who was suffering
front the same disease, tried it, and was alio curt d
by it. Mre. Bond is now so well that site is ob o
to rise from her bed early in the morning a d at.
tend to her usual duties through the day without
any annoyance from her distressing malady.
HENItY JACKSON, 13th street, near the Catholic
Cernetry, came to the store for the purpose of oh.
taining a brittle of the Oluaoanian, Mining been
Afflicted with the Asthma to. Inure than :to years,
and was so exhausted on his arrival that he could
nntspeak. Eie purchased u brittle and rode home.
Four days afterward he walked front his residence
to the office without fatigue, a distance Of aver two
miles, to tell of the wonderful relief which be had
espe, ienced from using about one half of one hot.
Constomplion ofthe Lungs.
' Mn.ComsonT, 35 White street, was so low In
the month of December last, that he was given up•
by his physicien. Flit friends entertain o hope
of his recovery. He was pers lIIPky the
Olusaoniun and to his surprise I fat resto.
red him to health that he is now a
. 1 4 shout
Mrs, AT•r000, the wife of Wni.` H. Attree,
James Harm., Esq, end George W. Pays, Esq.,
can all bear testimony from their own cxperiento o
tho healing properties of this Great Remedy its
Consumption of the Lungs.
Mrs. Taormina:ea, 352 Monroe street, who
had been trouided for a great knell) of time by a
severe cough, and raked quantities of blood, Was
relieved by one bottle °fell° Olositonion,and declares
it the greatest remedy in the World.
DENNIS KELLT, 20 Water street, wart elso re
lieved f•om the same complaint, although he was
very much reduced when he commenced taking it
--having been under the care of his phydetan du-
ring the past winter. Although he coughed COD-
Slatllly and was very much troubled with night
sweats, two bottles of the remedy enabled him to
return to his daily work. Ile was entirely relieved.
DAVID IIIiNDEIISON, GO Laight street. George
W. Burnett, formerly of Newark, N. J., Henry
Lisbon, 100 Hivington street, and numerous other
persons have been speedily and permanently cured
of the same complaint by this remedy.
AGENTS.-T. K. SIMONTON, Hunt
Jas. Clark, Birmingham ; J. R.
Cox, Warriorsmark ; J. S. lsett, Spruce
Creek ; G. H. Steiner, Waterrtreet ;
Moore & Swoope, Alexandria; A & N.
Creswell, Petersburg; Orindy & Patter-,
son, Williamsburg ; Royer & Co. Spring-
field Furnace ; M. Thompson, Duncuns
trifle ; J. H. Lindsey, Hollidaysburg;
Jas. Condron, Frankstown.
THE GREAT CENTRAL
hANDesale CAP STORE,
No. 284 Market Street, Ninth door above Eighth
Street, South side,
Comprises one of the largest and most beautiful as.
sortmeet of FIATS, CAPS and MUFFS in the
Union, and of the latest and moat approved style.,
manufactured under the immediate superintendence
of the Subscriber, id the beat manner, of primer
materials, and will be said at the lowest posaible
prices for cash.
The assortment embraces a splendid variety of
Silk, Moleskin, Beaver, Brush, Ifuseia, Nutria,
I and other NATO of beautiful lioish, and a complete
clock of all kinde of Cloth. G laced, Fur and Plush
CM.n, of the most deairable petterns, together wilb
a supply of Muffle, Fur.. buffalo Robes. &c.
Country Merchants and others are respectfully
invited to examine the stock, which they wall find
it their advantage to do before purchasing, es it is
his determination, having adopted the cash system,
to sell for Cash only. and at the fowesf prices.
isdec7.6m.l JOHN FAREIRA, Jr.