Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, July 25, 1848, Image 4
Another Grand Triumph OF THE anglorzsbaronti! By the last train from the cities of New York & Philadelphia ! Successful passage through the "Raging Kanawl Safe arrival of the most magnifi cent assortment of the finest and cheapest Fabrics every brought to the county of Huntingdon ! The export duties having been taken off' every kind of DRY GOODS, Groceries, &c., &c., &c., J. & „ W. SAXTON Are enabled to present to their cus tomers an assortment'of g oods of unri valled,excellence, at prices's° low as to be within the reach of all. Call and See from Tto 18 cts per yard. '2 to 18 ...do. Magnus Calicoe Ginghams " •12 to 40do, Lawns " 1,2 to 37 do, Mouslin de Lain 12 to 37 , i $l.OO to $8.50 Shawls 61 to 10 cts per lb. " 6 to 10 do. Coffee Sugar " 25 to 100 do Molasses , 4. 8 to 20 cts per quart. &H 7, PLASTER, FISH, 4.g., tfc. CMql:iaUi.2l.2:l - 6 - 3(:. 2 What do you think of a full suit (made up) of excellent clothe% at $2.00 - ;!. All of the very best quality, and to be sold on their usual accommodating terms. [aplll-tf. NEW STORE! NEW & CrIEAP SPRING GOODS! r lIHE subscribers would inform their friende and 1 the public that they have received and opened a New and SKOUTIFUL stock of ID IR, 7-0 00 ID , selected with great care, and suited to the spring and summer seasons. In their stock of Ladies' Dress Goods, may be found all the newest styles, such as Paris Lustros, Hair Cord+Ginghums, Holi ennes, Monterey Plaids, Mohair Lustres, Organ dies, with a large lot of Lawns and Calicoesat all prices. Among their goods for the Gentlemen are Cashmere's, Cashmaret Plaids, Drap D'Alberts, Drop d'Ete, Mohair Cords, Napoleon Velvet Cords, Linen Coat checks, Drilling, Summer Vestings, &e., Thoy would also invite attention to their stock o GROCERIES, Sugars-5, 6 and 8 cents per pound— Molasses, from 37i to 40 cents per gallon ; and every other article usually kept in a Grocery Store, at equally low prices. ----AI Beaver, Silk, Leghorn & Palm Leaf Hats, aps, Bonnets, Um „ brellas, arasols and Shades, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers, &c. We have also a handsome assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, Boots and Shoes. Also—Pish, Salt, Plaster, Iron and Nails. (n , The above stock having been purchased en tirely for cxsu, wo are enabled to offer at LOWEIt parcEsthan such goods can be obtained elsewhere. Those, therefore, wishing to purchase, will please call and examine our stock, as we take greatpleas ure in showing our goods. DORSEY it MAGUIRE, In the store room formerly occupied by Jacob Miller, opposite the residence of Judge Gwin, Huntingdon. U:All kinds of Country Produce ta ken in exchange for goods. [apll. Tin and Copper• U:1 o'6l tCD ZIA UA .4 ALEXANDRIA, PA. ROBERT GRAFIUS having purchas ed the Tin and Copper Manufactory lately owned by I. & H. Grafius, will continue to carry on the business at the same stand in all its various branches, Wholesale and Retail. He will always be prepared to furnish on the shortest notice, Cooking Stoves, Stove Pipe, House Spouting, Copper Pumps for wells, any depth, Copper Dye, Wash, Fuller, Preserving and Tea Kettles, and Tin Ware of every description. All of which will be sold on the most reasonable terms.. Persons favoring this establishment with their custom may depend on having their order. execu ted with fidelity and despatch. Old metal, copper, brass and pewter taken in ex change. Also, wheat, rye, corn and oats taken at market price. Alexandria, April 11, 1848-tf. WATCH AND JEWELRY ElV3a(Da , aio s No. 1001 Market Square, Huntingdon, Pa. N. H. NETT' & BRO., -- • HAVE just received from the Eastern Markets a very extensive and the most magnificent and best assortment of WATCAES, JEWELRY and FANCY ARTICLES, ever brought to Hunting don: Consisting, in part, of Gold Lever Watches, full Jewelled, from $4O to $l2O ; Silver Levers, from $l6 to $3O, and common watches at any price—all of which are warranted for one year. Clocks, Watches and Jewelry repaired with the greatest care, on the most rea sonable , terms and warranted. [ap 4. Sohn Scott, jr., A TTORNEY Al' LAW, Huntingdon, Pa.— II Has removed his office to the middle room 13- . Spare's Row," directly opposite Fisher & M'Murf trios store, where ho will attend with promptness and fidelity to oil business with which he may be entrusted in 11 trutingdon or the adjoining counties Grand Exhibition ! AT THE CHEAP CLOTHING STORE, rpm public are informed that the subscriber has 1 just received from the the east a very large and splendid assortment of IT/ENS' & YOUTHS' clothing, which he offers for sale at the very lowest prices. Among the stock will be found superfine, black, bli e, brown and olive, dress and frock coats; also, alpaca, cashmerette, tweed, linen and cotton , frock, dress and sack coats ; also, a first rate article of oil cloth coats; also every variety of pants, vests, drawers and woolen and cotton undershirts; pleated linen breasted shirts; gingham, check and and striped and plain cotton shirts; linen collars and breasts; gloves, hosiery and suspenders; alsO, au elegant variety of cravats and stocks. Also; a general assortment of BOOTS & SHOES, of all iizei; new style of fancy HATS & CAPS leghorn, chip &c.; umbrellas of every variety ; in Short, a full suit of auy quality, price, order or color can he had at his stand, in the corner room of "SNARES ROW," opposite Whittaker's hotel. N. B. The public will bear in mind that 1 have the largest and best assort ment in Huntingdon, all of which is war ranted to be well made and fashionably cut. Call and judge for yourselves be fore purchasing elsewhere. apl I-3m] BENJAMIN SNARE. JAS. PEROT. C. J. HOFFMAY. SAI4BOII, PEROT. Perot, Hoffman di. Co. Forwarding and General Commission merchants, No. 41 North Wharves and 83 North Water Street, PHILADELPHIA, Are prepared to receive and forwel`d Goods to all pointson the Juniata, with promptness and des patehoit as low rates of freight as any other House. L Plaster and salt constantly on hand, for sale at the lowest market rates. cr - 1 - Liberal advances made on Produce. References--D with & Humphreys, Franklin Platt & Co , Lea, Hunker & Co., Barclay & Kennedy, Philadelphia; Robert Thompson, Th om p on t own •R„,,. G. Gallaher, Mitilintown ; J. & J. Milliken, P:McCoy and 0. P. Duncan, Lewistown; Lloyd & Gralr,Bollidaysburg ;John Porter, Alexandria; Irvin, Green & Co., Mill Creek. march 21-1848. " Encourage your Own" Cabinet Ware Manufactory, Main Street, Huntingdon, Pa. 1 t) 10 Q 1 41 I olitoi illimili lif 11111 i"i ( t cC ,-..., 41) ) ( 0 ----- ,,,,„ ---- „„,,,,,,. ~,- -. e....... t , ) ------ Z. 11. dt, D. VITHITTARER, AITOULD avail themselves of this method of V V informing thoir friends and the public at largo that they continue to carry on the CABINET-MAKING business, at their old stand, one door east of the dwelling house of J. G. Miles, Esq., and directly opposite the Printing Office of the "Huntingdon Journal," where they will be pleased to furnish those who may favor them with their custom, with all articles in their line on the most reasonable terms. Having supplied themselves with a very large and superior stock of stuff, they have no hesitation in assuring the Public that they can furnish work, which, for cheapness, beauty and durability, cannot be surpassed by any other shop in the county. They Will keep constantly on hand, and make to order, SIDE BO3RDS, BUREAUS, Card Tables, Bedsteads, Centre Tables, Cupboards, Stands, Dough Troughs, Wash Stands, Wardrobes, Secretaries, Breakfast Tables, Pedestals, &c. , Old - furniture repaired at the very shortest no tice. COFFINO mettle and fu.rals attended,either in town or country, at the shortest notiec. They keep a Hoarse for the accommodotion of their cus tomers. Grain of all kinds will be taken in exchange for furniture and work. Thankful for the very liberal patronage heretofore extended to them, they assure the public that no efforts will be spared on their part to deserve a con tinuance and increase of public patronage. may 2, 18484. [DRIE Roy's Vegetable Universal rills, The only known .Medicine that at the same time purges, purifies and strengthens the system. _ _ LONDON, July 7, 1846. DR. LE ROY'S Pills are a new medicine which has just appeared, and infest 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 it admixture with other substances, purifying and purging, while the other is strengthening the aye- Item. Thus those pills are at the same time tonic land opening; a desideratum long and eagerly sought for by medical men, but never before die covered. In other words they do the work of two medicines, and do it much bettor 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 on the blood ; they not only purify without weakening it, but they re move all noxious particles from the chyle beforeit is converted into fluid, and thus make impure blood an utter impossibility. As there to no debit- Ration, so there is no nausea or sickness attending the operations of this most excellent of medicines which never strains or tortures the digestive lune tiona,butcauses them 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 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 and sound; and hence a robust state of health is the certain result of their united operations. cr - l•Price 25 Cent.? per BOX. AGENTS.—T. Bead & Son, Swoopo & Al rice, Huntingdon; W. W. Buchanan, and Koester, Mill-Crock ; S. Hatfield & Son, Juni ata Iron Works; Porter & Bucher, Moore di Swoopo, if. C. Walker, Alexandria; G. IL Steiner Watendrect. [Aug. 31, '47. R. C. McGILL. WM. GIIAFIUS The Alexandria FOUNDRY - ETAS been leased by the subscribers, who are .11. prepared to execute castings of all descrip tions in superior style (one of them being a prac tical moulder of long experience) and on the low est and most accommodating terms. Castings for Forges, Rolling Mills, Water pipes, Grist and Saw Mills, Threshing Machines, and all other kinds of machinery which may be ordered will be furnished on the shortest notice. 'Staves of various sizes will be constantly kept on hand for both wood and coal. We have lately procured a Cooking Stove of two different sizes, which for conve nience and excellence they will warrant to surpass the celebrated "Queen of the West" and " Hathaway" stoves, the for mer of which we are also prepared to supply. Mso, Coal Cooking Stoves, Parlor and Chamber stoves of the most elegant patterns. Hollow Such as Pots, Wash Kettles, &c. Ploughs of such variety that all may be suited. Carriage and Waggon boxes front the smallest to the largest, sled and sleigh soles, and in fine any and every thing in our line of business can be bad immedi ately, or at the shortest notice. Uld metal and country produce taken in exchange. aplll•tf.] McGILL & GRAFIUS. SPRING MILLINIIRT GOODS. John Stone di. Sons, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Silks, Ribbons and Millinery Goods, No. 45 South Second street, PHILADELPHIA, Have received by the late arrivals from France, (chiefly of their own importation,) a new and very rich assortment of Spring alilliterry Goods, To which they will constantly be making addi dons." Alley have now in Store— Silks for casing bonnets, of all prices. Fancy Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, a beautiful assortment. Plain Mantua and Satin Ribbon., all widths. French and American Artificial Fowers,in great variety. Paris Chip Hata. Crapes Crape biases. Fancy Bonnet and Cap Nets. Trimming Laces, Face Trimmings. 13uckrains, Willow, Crowns, Tips, &0., &c. And all articles needed for the Millinery Trade, a:7- no attention of Merchants and Milliners visiting the city is particularly requested to our stock, as it will be found far more exionsive than that of any other house in our line, and tho prices more moderate. march2l-1848. WILLIAM T. WALTERS. CHAnLEs HARVEY. WALTERS & HARVEY, (Late Hazlehurst & Walters) PRODUCE AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERC HA.N PS, Nos. 15 and 16, Spears Wharf, BALTIMORE. Liberal Cash advances made on consignments of all kinds of Produce. Baltimore, febB-1848. Spring Fashion of Vats at THE GREAT CENTRAL 03 Z-T-Slaii HAT AND CAP STORE, No. 284 Market Street, Ninth door above rights Street, Solith side, PHILADELPHIA. lIIHE subscriber takes this method to return his I thanks to the people of the county of Hun tingdon for the very liberal share of patronage which they have extended towards him for the last few months, and would call their retention to the fact that he has now introduced his Spam} FASHION or GENTLEMEN'S H ate, which for beau ty, neatness and durability, cannot be excelled by any other establishment in this city. This; stock comprises the liseven, Ntrrnie, Erman, Rums, SILK and Mor.v SKIN HATS of all styles and ' qualities, together with a very large assortment of CLOThs, VELVET, PLUS/I, Fun and GLAZED CAPS Country Merchants and others are respectfully invited to examine the stock, which they will find it their advantage to do before purchasing, as it is his determination,having adopted the cash system, to sell for Cash only, and at the lowest prices. JOHN EAREIRA, Jr. 284 Market street, south side, above Eighth. 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. ABRAHAM STEVENS. Petersburg, Aug. 31, 1847. A. L. BOGGS & SON, Produce and General Cpmisson Merchants No. 22 SPEAPPS WHARF, BALTIMORE : Devote their whole time to the business and are prepared to make liberal cash advances on con signments. __ - Baltimore, May 9, 1848. Administrators' Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of admin istration have been granted to the undersigned,on the estate of James Linn, late of Springfield town ship, deceased. Persons knowing themselves in. debted will come forward and make payment, and all those having claims will present them duly au. thenticated for settlement. CASPER LINN, and JAMES LINN, Administrators, A. W. Benedict, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Huntingdon,Pa.— Office at his old rosidence in Main street,* few doors west of tho old Court House. lie will attend to any business entrusted to hint in the stir. rat Courts vi Huntingdon and adjoining counties Beware of Counterfeits. CURD FOR CONSUMPTION. 7,000 Cases of obstinate Pulmonary Corn. _ plaints Cured in One Year! 4 4 4 4 4 4' 4 14 4 WISTAR' BLSAM OF WILD CHERRY. The Great Jlmerican Remedy for Long Complaints and all affections of the Respiratory Organs. The Eighth Wonder f the It °rid MANY who have witnessed the extraordinary cures effected by the genuine Wislar's Bal sam of Wild Cherry seem disposed to regard tt as the Eighth Wonder of the World ! Why?' say they the Wild C'herry Bark and the Iceland Moss, (the two chief ingredients of this wonderful compound,) have been prescri bed from time immemorial by the beet physicians —but, never, before, have cures so extraordinary been performed." The reason is obvious. The proprietors of Wie tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry do not claim for their highly celebrated article any far-fetched, mys terious, miraculous power. They have openly ac knowledged the simple nature of its ingredients, and only claim for their great and invaluable die-, covery the exclusive secret of THAT JUDICIOUS COMBINATION) of ingredients which go to make up this richest of curative compounds. The most skillful and scientific physicians now prescribe this medicine in their practice; while neglected Doctors,of little practice, and mean con tracted minds although they do all their curlish spirits can do to insure this—the people's favorite medicine—they are at the same time compelled to acknowledge its innocent qualities. We know the medicine is HARMLESS, and all the world is witness that the medicine CURES. A very important disease over which this tral sam exerts a powerful influence, is that of a Dis= , Esisn LIVER. In this complaint it has undoubt edly proved more efficacious than any other rem edy employed. The use of this Balsam restored the Liver to healthy action, and in many cases ef fected permanent cures, after Mercury and every other remedy had failed. AsTrimA is a complaint in which this Balsam has been extensively used, and with perfectsuccess in proof of which read tho following important letter from Georgia. We are daily receiving testimony like the fol lowing from the North, South, East and West: Messrs. Reese & Ware: Gentlemen-1 was afflicted with Asthma for fourteen yeare,and had tried every remedy in the country. I had also been to several physicians and found no relief whatever. I was affected at times so severely, that the *oil would gush from my nose, and my breathing was difficult. Indeed,,the disease had gained so much on my health Ihat I despaired of ever getting well, when I chanced to get a bottle of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, which effect ed a perfect cure, and I now consider myself per fectly sonnd. This can be proved by numbers of men in Franklin county and vicinity, and I think it my duty to let it be known. _ THOMAS A. PATRICK, Franklin co., Ga., Nov. 19, 1846. fl Read the following from Dr. Jacob Hoffman, a physician of extensive prac tice in Huntingdon county : Dear Sir :—I procured one bottle of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, fro:n Thomas Read, Esq., of this place, and tried it in a case of obstinate Asth ma on a child of Paul Schweble, in which many other remedies had been tried without any relief. The balsam gave sudden relief, and in rhy opinion the child is effectually cured by its use. Yours, &c., JACOB HOFFMAN, Al. D Dec. 23, 1841. Price $1 per bottle—six bottles for $5. For sale by J. D. PARK, (Successor to Sanford & Park,) Cincinnatti. General Agent for the West. All orders ad dressed to him will receive prompt attention. REED & SON, Huntingdon ; Mrs. Mary Orr, Hollidaysburg; Morris & Nicodemus, Martinsburg. M. & J. M. ROWE, BROOM & WOODEN WARE STORE, .No. 63 orlh Third Street, One door above Arch, oast side, PHILADELPHIA, Manufacturers & Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of Brooms, Brushes, Buckets, Cedar Ware.— Willow arid French Baskets, Shoe and Wall Brushes, Scrubs, Dusters, Mats, Blacking, East ern-made Wooden-warn of every description,&c. &c., at the lowest market prices. WANLY ROWE, JOHN M. ROWE March 7,'48, John Thompson, ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILLIAMSBURG, PA., WILL attend to all legal business entrusted to him in Blair and Huntingdon counties.— Communications from a distance will receive the most prompt attention. febl-6m. Lumber Limber! ALL kinds of Lumber may be had at Thomas Maize's Saw Mill, situate on Meshanon's Creek, twenty miles from mouth of Spruce Creek, and five miles this side of Philipsburg. All descrip tions of stuff, used for railroads, build ings, &c., such as Spruce, Ash, Pine, Locust and White Oak, sawed to order and furnished at the shortest notice jylB,'4B.] THOS. MAIZE. ITS WORKS PRAISE IT. Burns, Scalds and all kinds of Inflamed sores cured. TOUSEY'S UNIVERSAL OINT MENT, is the most complete Burn Antidote ever known. It instant ly (and as if by Magic,) stops pains of the most desperate Burns and Scalds. For old sores, bruises, cuts and sprains &c., on man or beast, it is the best ap plication that can be made. Thousands have tried, and thousands praise it. It is the most perfect master of pain ev er discovered. All who use, recom mend it. None can tell how soon some of the family will need it. 0. - 3 - Observe each box of the genuine Ointment has the name of S. '1 iusEy written on the outside label. To imitate this is forgery. Boatmen, Livery men, Farmers, and all who use horses, will find this Oint ment the very best thing they can use for collar galls, scratches, kicks, &c. &c. &c., on their aniinkls. Surely, ev ery merciful' man would keep his ani mals as free from pain as possible.— Tousey's Universal Ointment is all that is required. Try it. Bites of Insects.—For the sting or bite of poisonous insects, Tousey's Oint ment is Unrivalled. Hundreds have tried and found it good. Piles Cured ! —For the Piles, Tou sey's Universal Ointment is one of the best Remedies that can be applied. All who have tried it for the Piles recom mend it. Old Sores Cured.—For old, obstinate sores, there is nothing equal to Tou sey's Ointment. A person in Manlius had for a number of years, a sore leg that baffled the skid of the doctors.— Tousey's Ointment was recommended by one of the visiting physicians, (who knew its first virtues,) and two boxes produced more benefit than the patient had received from any and all previous remedies. Let all try it. Burns and Scalds Cured.—Thousands of cases of burns and scalds, in all parts of the country, have been cured by Tousey's Universal Ointment. Certi ficates enough can be had to fill the whole of this sheet. Violent Bruises Cured.—Testimonial on testimonials, in favor of Tousey's Ointment for curing bruises, have been offered the proprietors. Hundres in Svracus will certify to its great merits In relieving the pain of the most severe bruise. All persons should try it. Scald Head Cured.—Sores or cases of scald head have been cured by Tousey's Ointment. Try it—it seldom fails. Sale Rheum Cured.—Of all the rem edies ever discovered for this most dis agreeable complaint, Tousay's Univer sal Ointment is the most complete. It was never known to fail. Chapped Hands can be Cured.—Tou sey's Universal Ointment will always cure the worst cases of chapped-hands. Scores of persons Iva! state this. Sore Lips Cured.—For the cure of sore lips, there was never anything made equal to Tousey's Ointment. It is sure cure for them. Try it. It is a scientific compound, warran ted not to contain any preparation of Mercury. :D. - Trice 25 cents per box. For fur ther particulars concerning this really valuable Ointment, the public arc refer red to phamphlets to be had gratis, of respectable Druggists and Merchants throughout the United States. AaNTS.-T. K. SIMONTON, Hun tingdon ; Jas. Clark, Birmingham ; J. R. Cox, Warriorsmark ; J. S. lsett, Spruce Creek ; Cr. H. Steiner, Waterstreet ; Moore & Swoope, Alexandria ; A. & N. Creswell, Petersburg ; Orlady & Patter son, Williamsburg ; Royer 4. Co., Springfield Furnace; M. Thompson, Duncansville ; J. M. Lindsey, Holli daysburg ; Jas. Condron, Frankstown. CIACKENEIVS BUGAR-COATED PILLS, The Only Effectual Purgative, curedivithin the tact year OVER 200,000 PERSONS of the following Complaints: Headache, Giddiness, Rheumatism, Piles, Die pepsin, Scurvy, Smal'pox, Jaundice, Pains in the Back, Inward Weakness, Palpitation of the Heart, Rising in the Throat, Dropsy, Asthma, Fevers of all kinds, Female Complaints, Measles, Salt Rheum Heartburn, Worms, Cholera Morbus, Coughs, Quinsy, Whooping Cough, Consumption, Fits, Liver Complaint, Erysipelas, Deafness, Itchings of the Skin, Colds, Gout, Gravel, Nervous Com plaints, and a variety of other diseases arising from impurities of the blood, and obstructions in the or gans of digestion. Experience has proved that nearly every disease originates from Impurities of the Blood or Derange ments of the Digestive Organs; and to secure Health, we must remove those Impurities and re store the blood to its natural state. Therefore, when the slightest dbraugemont of the system is indicated by Costiveness, or any other sign, it ad monishes us that superfluities are gathering in the System, which should be immediately removed by an effectual purging. This fact, as stated, is uni versally known; but people have such en aversion to medicine, that, unless the case urgent, they pre ferred the disease to the cure, generally. Since the invention, however, of eliekener's Vegetable Purgative Pills, this objection does not exist, as they aro completely enveloped with a coating of pure white sugar (as distinct front the internal ingredients as a nut shell from the kernel) have no taste of medicine, and are as 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, and racking any particular region, Thus, for example, if the Liver be affected, one in gredient will operate on that particulaki,gan, and. by cleansing it of that Excess of )14 I con stantly discharging into the stomatiqiestore it to its natural state. Another us vvtursdill on the Blood, end remove those impurities which have al ready entered into its circulation ; 'mobile• a third will effectually expel (rum the system whatever im purities may have been discharged into the stom ach; and hence they • Strike at the Root of Disease, Remove all hi pare Humors; open the pores ex ternally and internally ; promote the Insensible Perspiration, obviate Flatulency., Headache, &c., separate all foreign and obnoxious I articles fro m the chyle, secure a free and healthy action to the Heart, Lungs, and Liver, and thereby restore health even when all other ratans have fialrd. The entire truth of the above can be ascertained by the trial of a tingle box ; and their virtues ore 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 uni versal satisfaction. Retail Price, 25 cts. per Pox. Principal office No. 66 Vescy St., New York Sold in Ilarrisburg, by D. Robinson, Market St, cri-- Remember Dr. C. V. Clickener is the inven tor ot Sugar Coated Pills, and that nothing of the sort was ever heard of until he introduced then, in Juno, 1843. Purchasers should, therefore, always ask for Clickener's Sugar Coated Vegetable Pills, and take no others, or they will be made the vic tims of a fraud. AGENTS.-T. K. SIMONTON, thin tingdon, Jas. Clark, Birmingham, J. R. Cox, G. H. Steiner, Waterstrect, Moore & Swope, Alexandria, A. & N. Creswell, Petersburg, Orlady & Patterson, Wit. liamsburg, Royer & Co., Springfield Furnace, M. Thompson, Duncansville, J. M. Lindsey, Holliilaysburg, Jas. Con dron, Frankstown. Ask the Sufferer FROM A S T 1111 NI A what has relieved him in such a short time from his difficulty of breathing, Cough and suffoca tion? He will tell you it was the Oh - saonian, of All Healing Balsam." Ask the Consumptive what has allayed his Cough, remo ved the Pain in his !Side and Chest, checked his night sweats and placed the rose of health - upon his cheek and he wilitellyou"SHElLMAN'S OLUSAONIAN ALL-HEALING BALSAM— Ask your friends if they know of any thing that will so speedily cure a long and tedious Cough, Raising of Blood, Bronchitis, Dyspeptic ( onsu tap tion, Hoarseness, Influenza, and diseases of the Throat, as the Olossonian and they will tell 3on —No. There never yet has been a remedy intro. duced to public notice which ban been productive of so much good in so short a space of time. Read the following ASTONISHING CURES. Wm.Boxit, the celebrated Boston cracker baker, 98 Nassau street, Brooklyn, stateithathis wife has boon afflicted with Asthma for 30, years, and could not find permanent relief from the best medical ad vice which New York and Brooklyn could produce, was induced to try this great remedy. ;lie is now nearly well. His daughter, who was xnfrning front the same disease, tried it, and was sire cured by it. Mrs. Bond is now so well that she is alt!o to rise from her bed early in the morning an d at tend to her usual duties through the day without any annoyance from her distressing malady. Hey so Isexsutr, 13th street, near the Catholic Cemetry, came to the store for the purpose of ob taining a bottle of the Olusoanian, having I•ern Afflicted with the ASIIIIIIB for more than 30 years, and was so exhausted on his arrival that he could not speak. Ile purchased a brittle and rode home. Four days afterward he walked from his residence to the office without fatigue, elliltance of over two miles, to 101 l of the wonclerfu fief whir b Ire had expel ienced from using about one half of one bet tie. ofthe Lungs. MII.CONFOUT, 35 White street, was so I, Ne" - in the month of December last, that he was given Up by his physician. Ills friends entertained no hot c of his recovery. Ile wae persuaded to try the Olosaonian, and to his surprise it has eu far resto red him to health that he is now able to walk shout the streets. Mrs, Across, the wife of Wnt. H. Attlee, James Harman, Esq, and George W. nays, Esq., can all bear testimony from their own experienec o the healing properties of this Great Renietly in Consumption of the Lungs. spilluam Blood. Mrs. TDOUBOUDNE, 352 MOI)Ipe street, wl.o had been troubled for a great length of time by a severe cough, and raised quantities of blood, was relieved by one bottle of the Olosaortion,and declares it the greatest remedy in the world. DE*NIS KELLY, 26 Water street, was also re lievad from the some complaint, although he o va very much reduced when he commenced taking it --having been under the care of his physician du ring the past winter. Although ho coughed con stantly and was very much troubled with night sweats, two bottles of the remedy enabled lain to return to his daily work. He wits entirely relieved. DAVID lIENDEIISON, 60 Leigh' street, George N.V. Burnett, formerly of Newark, N. J., Remy Lisbon, 180 Rivington street, and numerous other persons have been speedily and permanently cured of the earns complaint by this remedy. AGENTS.—T. K. SIMONTON, Huni ingdon ; Jas. Clark, Birmingbain ; J. R. Cox, Warriorsmark ; J. S. !sett, Spruce Creek G. H. Steiner, Waterstreet ; Moore & Swoops, Alexandria ; A & N. Creswell, Petersburg; Orlady & Patter son, Williams-} urg ; Royer & Co. Spring field Furnace ; M. Thompson, Duncans ville ; J. H. Lindsey, Hollidaysburg; Jas. Condron, Frankstown. Doctor Irour#elf,y For Twenty-Five Cents ! th.. 441, PBy means of the POCKET f ; j ; a , A , j.... -I.ISCULAPIUS, Or, Every • 0 . t, , , (10‘ .."` I 'one his own Physician ! /// ~. ,, .A. ~.:7 heventeenth Edition, with , , ! , i tr;P ~,„'"; upwards of One Hundred , : e ~,,,, . Engravings, showing private ~,.....- diseases in every shape and _ - form, and malformations of the general system, By WM. YOUNG, M.D. The time has arrived, that persons suffering from secret disease, need no more become the victims of Quackery, es by the prescriptions contained in this book any one may cure himself, without hin drance to business, or the knowledge of the most intimate friend, and with one tenth Me usual ex pense! In addition to the general routine of pri vate diseases, it fully explains the cause of Man hood's early decline, with observations on Mar —besides many other derangements which it would not be proper to enumerate in the public prints. 0. Persona residing at any distance from Phil adelphia, can have this, book forwarded to them through the Post Office, on the receipt of twenty rive cents, directed to Dr. William Young, 162 SPRUCE Street, Philadelphia. June 20, 1848.