Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, October 03, 1848, Image 4

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    Aknother Grand Triumph
OF THE
Otnstotibarono!
Xy 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 I I untingdon !
The export duties having been taken off
every kind of DRY GOODS, Groceries,
cc., Sze., Sze.,
.1, & W. SAXTON
Ice enabled to present to their cus•
°users an assortment of goods of unri
railed excellence,- at prices so low as to
es within the reach of all.
Call and See
Muslins from 2 to 18 etc per yard.
Calicos " 2to 18 do.
Ginghams " 12 to 40 do.
Lawns " 12 to 37 do.
Mouslin de Lain 12 to 37 do.
Shawls " $l.OO to $8.50.
Ca fie t , 61 to 10 eta per lb.
Sugar " 6 to 10 do.
Tea "25 to 100 do.
Molasses to 20 eta per quart.
SILT, PL.ISTER, FISH, 4.c., 4.c.
2
What do you think of a full stilt (made
up) of excellent clothes, at
{Cr' $2.00 ? rn
All of the very best quality, and to be
sold on their usual accommodating
terms. [aplll-tf.
TENNENTS
Washington Gallery of Daguerrotypes,
No. 234 North Second : Street, N. W. corner of
Callowkill Street,
PHILADELPHIA,
THE Likenesses taken and beautifully colored
1 at this well known establishment, for ONE not-
Lea, are universally conceded to be aura'. in ev•
ery respect to ART in the city. Pictures token
equally well in cloudy and clear weather. A
' , lige assortment of MU/ALT-lONS and Locarrs
m hand, from $2 to $5, including the picture.
The subscribers respectfully invite the citizens
of I untingdon County, to call and examine epe
.•imens of the latent Improvements in the art of
o.querreotyping, which will be exhibited cheer
fully and without chit• ge.
T: &. J. C. TENNENT.
July; 4 1848
11.. L. BOG GS & SON,
l'ruduce and General cynmisson Merchants
N 0.22 SPEARS WHARF,
BALTIMORE :
Devote their whole time to the business and are
prep* , 1 to make liberal cash advance• on con.
sianments.
flattimare, May 9,1848.
WASHINGTON HOUSE,
HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA.
pH is Popular House has recently undergone a
1 thorough repair, and been furnished with
entire new terniture, of the beet quality. Mem
bers of the Legislature and others, visiting the
Seat of Government, will find it a very desirable
stopping place.
Charge. moderate.
\N M. 'l'. SANDERS, Agent.
Harrisburg, July 14, 1848-6 m.
COMEMA.VS CHEAP CUTLERY
STORES.
Nos. 32 and 33 Arcade, and 8i North Third St,
PHILADELPHIA.
COUNTRY Merchants con save from 10 to 15
per cent by purchasing at the above stores
By importing my own goods, paying but little
rent, and living economically, it is plain 1 can un
dersell those who purchase their goods here, pay
high rents, and live like princes.
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of Pen
and Pocket Knives, Scissor. and Razors. Table
Knives and Forks, in Ivory, Stag, Duffel°, Done
and Wood handles; Carvers and Forks, Steele,
&e. Butcher Knives, Dirks, Bowie Knives, Re
volving and Plain Pistols, &e. Just received, a
large stock of Rodger,' ant Wostenholm's fin •
Pen and Congress Knives.
Also, a largo assortment of Accnrilcons, &c.,
&c. Also, Fine English Twist and German
Guns. JO:IN M. COLEMAN.
june2o-Iy.
Pip afalassex.
A few more of that unrival
led fip Molasses, which has created
sn much excitement, now ready to be
sold in quantities to suit purchasers, at
the "GR,IND BaZ,11?" of Fisher,
McMurtrie & Co., where in fact every
thing may be found cheaper than any
place else ; not to say anything about
their really fine
4 A' 6 CI. Sugar.
Hats, Hats, Haim.
ONE case more of Ashton's beautiful
mole-skin Hats, which no gentleman
should be without, just received, and
for sale at FISHER, MaIUBTRIE
CO'S. Also, a supply of Cerro Gordo
and Buena Vista Hats of the best qual
ity, and very cheap.
Administrators' Notice,
NOTICE is hereby given that lettered admin
istration have been granted to the undersigned,on
the estate of Thomis Carberry, late of Tod town
ship. deceased. Persons knowing themselves in
debted will come forward and make payment, and
all those having claims will present them duly an
thenticated for settlement.
THOMAS CARBERRY,
JOHN CARBERRY.
Administrators.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
TOTTOE is hereby given that Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of George W.
Haugh, late of Franklin township, dec'd, have
been granted to the undersigned. All persona in
debted to said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having rlaitns or de
mands against the same to present them duly au
thenticated for settlement to
•„, SOLOMON I' AMER,
Adtninistr. 'tor.
Aug. 17, 14.
GREE.V I S
OXYGENATED
1111"I'ER*,
FOR THE CURE OF
DYSPEPSIA, GENERAL DEBILITY,
&c., &c., &c
The best and strongest certified medicine in
the world, for the curt of Dyspepsia in all its
forms—such as Head ache, Habitual Costivenese,
Acidity of the Btomaeh, Loan of Appetite, Asth
ma, Pike, Incipient Consumption, Debility
from protracted fever., Fever and Ague, Ex
posures to extreme Hest or ('old, Old Age—and,
in fact, from every Disease arising from imperfect
digestion, or e deranged condition of the stomach.
It is an excellent remedy. and not surpassed by
nny medicine in use, for females Buffering from
I uterine or nervous derangements.
The following Certificates have re
cently been received :
WAsttirroxore, D. C., June 10, 1846.
Having 'node use of the •'Oxygenated Hitters"
prepared by Dr. Geo. B. Green. of IA indoor, Vt.,
Ind from knowledge obtained of their efficacy in
other cases, we cheerfully recommend them to the
public, believing that they will fully sustain the
recommendation of the Proprietor. Vk e hope
that this valuable remedy may be so generally dif
fused throughout the country that it may be ac
cessible to all the afflicted.
SAMUEL PHELPS, U. S. Senators from
UPHAM, S Vermont.
JAMES F. SIMMONS, U. S. Senator from
Rhode Island.
J. T. MOREHEAD, U. S. Senator and for
merly Governor of Kentucky.
L. H. ARNOLD, Member of Congress and
• formerly Governor of R. I.
WM. WOODBRIDGE, U. S. Senator and
formerly Governor of Michigan.
M. L. MARTIN, Delegate in C ongress from
Wisconsin Territory.
From the Hon. Soyrnox FOOT, Member of Con
gress from Vermont.
WAiminoTon, D. C., June 1, 1846.
Dn. Gao. B. GREEN :—Dear Sir,—ln your
note of this morning you ask 'for an expression
of my opinion in regard to your medicine, called
•Oa ygenated Bitters.' " It affords me pleasure to
state, that from the experience I have had, in its
curing a severe attack of Dyspepsia in my own
family, at d from the wonderful effects which it
has produced in other and more severe cases, uric
leg in the families of Members of Congress with
which I am acquainted, I think it an invaluable
medicine, and hope that such circulation will be
given to it Its will bring it withinthe reach of ALL
who are afflicted with thatdistressing malady.
Respectfully yours, S. FOOT.
From Hom FI D. FosTErt, Member of Congress
from Pennsylvania.
WORUINGTON, D. C., June 10, 1846.
Dear Sir :—I have been a dyspeptic sufferer
for about ten years, and have resorted to various
medicines for relief without success, until I made
use of your Oxygenated }litters." I have used
about two bottles, and find myself motored to per
fect health. The forms in which the disease
show.•d itself, in my case, were, great acidity of
the stomach, loss of appetite, extreme flatulence,
severe constipation of the bowels, and violent
headache. Feeling desirous that a knowledge of
your valuable remedy may reach others similarly
afflicted, I take great pleasure in recording my tes
timony to its curative power ; and I would also
remark. that while on a visit at home a abort time
since, I administered a part of a bottle to a num
ber of my afflicted friends with great success.
They are desirous that you should establish an
agency at Pittsburg, or inform them where the
medicine can be obtained. With an earnest de
sire for your prosperity and happiness, I subscribe
myself, truly your friend, H. D. FOSTER.
Duct. Cs's°. 11. 1 31ILEEN. Windsor, Vt.
xr:si & Ft.eTeuea, General Agents. No. 26,
South Sixth St. Philadelphia.
Sold wholesale and retail by Tuoraas READ &
S MC, Huntingdon, Pa.
August 15 1848.
WATCH AND JEWELRY
macouncis..
No. tont Market Square, Huntingdon, Pa.
I;. E. TIEFI' di. 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
:120; 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.
Croutelian & Brother,
No. 11, Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
Wine, Liquor and General Commission
Merchants,
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accommodating terms to Country Dealers. Qual
ities and proof of Liquors wrrranted.
Philadelphia, June 20, 1849.
CHAD FACTORY
No. 113, SOUTH SECOND ST.TIIR. 1100118 BELOW
DOCK STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
A. McDONOUGH continues to manufacture in
the best manner, every variety of Chairs. Settees,
Invalid Choirs, &c., and is prepared to
supply families, hotels, and public in
' lt, saint.). at the shortest notice and at
it a- the lowest possible prices for the vary
,
best and most durable kinds of work
and material.
Articles ordered from a distance will be packed
carefully and sent without charge for porterage to
any Depot in the city or districts.
13 - Esery article warranted.
1317'I'he quickest drying and finest Copal Var
nish for sale.
August 15, 1848.-2 m.
John Scott, Jr.,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, iluntingdon, Pa.—
Hee removed his office to the middle room a-
Snare's Row,"directly opposite Fisher & M'Murf
trte'sstore, where he will attohd with promptness
flint fidelity to all business with which he may he
entrustedin Huntingdon orthe adjoining counties
Tho ANGLO-SAXONS have come again in the
way of READY-MADE CLOTHING, and
can afford to sell 10 per cent. lower than ever.
The stock consists of Coats, Pants, Vests and
Monkey Jackets, of all sorts, colours and shades.
sept. 12, 18.18.
C)oe Webs ass,4lol Prints just arrived and for
.1. & IV. SAX'rON.
WY. 01111FIVA
R. C. McGm,
The Alexandria
FOUNDRY
Hbeen leased by the subscribers, who are
11 preps. ed to execute castings of all descrip
tions in superior style (one of them being a prac
tics) 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.
Stoves 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. .91so, Coal Cooking Stoves,
Parlor and Chamber stoves of the most
elegant patterns.
1 '
hollow Ware,
Such as Pots, Wash Kettles, &c. Ploughs of
such variety that all may be suited. Carriage and
Waggon boxes from the smallest, to the largest,
sled and sleigh soles, and in fine any and every
thing in our line of businees can be had Immedi
ately, or at the shortest notice.
Old metal and country produce taken
in exchange.
apl 1 1-4 MeG ILL & GRAFIUS
" Encourage your Own"
Cabinet Hare itlatantactor),
Mein Street, Huntingdon, Po.
X. li. & D. WZITTAILEB.,
ATTOULD avail themselves of this method of
informing N V their friends and the public at
large that they continue to carry on the
CABINET-MAKING
business, at their old stand, one door east of the
dwelling hoagie of .1. 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 thernse'ves with a very
large and superior stock of stuff, ihoy 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 wil, keep constantly on hand, and make
to order,
SIDE BOARDS, BUREAUS,
Card Tables, Bedsteads, Centre Tables,
Cupboards, Stands, Dough Troughs,
Wash Stands, Wardrobes, Secretaries,
Breakfast Tales, Pedestals, &c.
Old furniture repaired at the very shortest no
tice. COFFINII made and funerals attended,either
in town or country, at the shortest notieo. They
keep a Hoarse for the accommodotion of their cus
tomer..
Grain of all kind. 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 'pared on their part to deserve a con
tinuance and increase of public patronage.
may 2,18484 f.
DR.LE ROYS
Ve:Kiable Cnevertgai
The only known Medicine that at the same
time purges, purifies and strengthens
the system.
Lo rena',July 7, 1846.
DR. LE ROY'S Pills ars a new medicine which
has just appeared, and is fast taking the places
of all others of the same class. These pills are
composed of many ingredients, but the two princi
pal ones are daraaparilla and Wild . berry, so uni
ted that they act together; the one, through it
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 °piling ; a desideratum long and eagerly
'ought for by medical men but never before die
covered. In other words they do the work of twe
medicines, and do it touch better than any two we
know of; for they remove nothing from the system
but the impurities; so that while they purge they
strengthen; and hence they cause no debilitation,
and are follow,d 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 befoteit
is converted into fluid, and thus make impure
blood an utter impossibility. As there Is no debil
itation, so there is no nausea or sickness attending
the operations of this most excellent of medicines
which never strains or tortures the digestive func
tiona,butcauses them to work in is perfectly natur
al manner; and hence persona taking them do not
become palo and emaciated, but the contrary ; for
while it is the property of the Sareaparille, 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.
crj.Price 25 Cent* per BOX.
AGENTS.—T. Read & Son, Swoope & Af.
rice, Huntingdon ; W. W. Buchanan. Milliki
and Kessler, Mill-Creek ; S. Hatfield & Son, Juni
ata Iron Works. ' Porter & Bucher, Moore &
Swoope, H. C. Walker, Alexandria; G. H.Steiner
Waterstreet. [Aug. 31, '47.
A TRACT OF LAND FOR SALE.
The 'subscriber offers for sale a tract of land
situate on Stone Creek, West township, Hunting
don county, near Couch'. Mill and adjoining land
of Robert Wilson,Francia Jackson, Chas, Green
and others, containing 103 acres mostly bottom
land, well timbered and offirst rate quality. The
improvements consist of about 12 acres cleared,
with a cabin house and log stable. There is a
first rate spring near the bootie. Terms will be
made known at the residence of the subsriber re
aiding on the Warm Springs Road 3 mile. from
Huntingdon.
EMMA SEIOEMAKER,
Augt. 1. 1848,
Beware of Counterlens.
CURE FOR CON SUM PTION.
7,000 Cases of obstinate Pa Imonary Com-
plaints Cured in One Year.
44444 4 4 4 q
WISTAR' BLSAM OF WILD CHERRY.
The Great ./Imericanßemedy for Lung
Complaints and all affections of the
Respiratory Organs.
The Eighth Woltder f the
II orld !
MANY who have witnessed the extraordinary
cures effected by the genuine Wisher's Bal
sam of Wild Cherry seem disposed to regard it t
as the Eighth Wonder of Hie World !
"Why,' say they : " the Wild Cherry Bark
and the Iceland Moss, (the two chief ingredients
of this wonderful compound,) have been prescri
bed from tinte immemorial by the beet physi. ions
—but, nover,before, have cures so extraordinary
been performed. '
The reason is obvious. The proprietors of NA is
tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry do not clt itn 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 dis-,
covcry the exclusive secret of
(j"THAT JUDICIOUS COMBINATION. :r.'
of ingredients which go to make up this richest
of curative compounds.
The most skillful and scientific phy aiciana now
I prescribe this medicine in their practice; while
neglected Ductors,of little practice, and mean con
tracted minds although they do all their cutlish
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 coatis.
A very important disease over which this Bal
sam exerts a powerful influence, is that of a Din-
Li Yes. In this complaint it has uncloatt•
edly proved more efficacious than any other rem
edy employed. The use of this Balsam restored
the Liver to healshy action, and in many cases et ,
fected permanent cures, after Mercury and every
other remedy had failed.
AsTuna is a complaint in which this Balsam
has been extensively used, and with perfect success
in proof of which read the 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—l was
afflicted with Asthma for fourteen yeure, and had
tried every reinedy in the country. I had also
been to several physicians and found no relief
whatever. I was affected at times no severely, that
the Wood would gush from my nose, and my
breathing was difficult. Indeed, the disease had
gained so much on my health that 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 cit , e, and I now consider myself per.
fectly sound. This can be proved by numbers of
men in Franklin county and vicinity, and I think
it my duty to let it he known.
THOMAS A. PATRICK.
Franklin co., Ga., Nov. 19, 1846.
lEi-Read the following from Dr. Jacob
Hoffman, a physician of extensive prac
tice in Huntingdon county :
Dear Sir :-1 procured one bottle of
Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry,
from 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 my opinion the
child is effectually cured by its use.
Yours, &c.,
JACOB HOFFMAN, M. D.
Dec. 23, 1841.
Price $1 per bottle—six bottles roe $5.
For sale by .1. D. PARK,
(Successor to nanford Sc, Park,)
Cincinnatti.
General Agent for the West. All orders ad
dressed to him wile receive prompt attention.
REED & SON, Huntingdon ; Mrs.
Mary Orr, Hollidaysburg; Morris &
Nicodemus, Martinsburg.
& J. 111. ROWE,
BROOM & WOODEN WARE STORE,
.No. 63 Aorth Third Street,
One door above Arch, .at aide,
PI IIL \ DELPHIA,
Manufacturers & Wholesale Dealers in all kind.
of Brooms, Brushes, Buckets, Cedar Ware.—
Willow and French Paskets, Shoe and Wall
Brushes, t-rw übs, Dusters, Mats, Blacking, East
ern-made Wooden-ware of every description,&c.
&c., at tho lowest market prices.
MANLY ROWE,
March 7,'48. JOHN M. RIM E.
John W. Thompson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILLIAMSBURG, PA.,
WILL attend to all legal business entrusted to
him in Blair and Huntingdon counties.—
Communication. from a distance will receive the
most prompt attention.
feb I -Gm.
Lumber! Lumber!
ALL kinds of Lumber may be had at
Thomas Maize's Suw 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
jy 18,'48.] THOS. MAIZE.
reedy entered into its circulation; while a third '
Impurities which Gave mar '
ITS WORK PRA SISR IT. Blood, end remove those ), ~:,,,_
expel fn m the system whatever inn:
sores cured.
Burnt, Scalds and all kinds of Inflamed
purities may hare been discharged into the at . 'I
will effectually
cm
TOVSEY'S UNIVERSAL OINT- ach ; and hence they
MENT, is the most complete Strike al the Root of Zibeline,
Bute Antidote ever known. It instant• Remove all In ?tire Humors; open the poi et tA
ly (and as if by Magic,) stops pains of carnally and itiornally ; promote the litmus-Ale
e th er: i n all fore re ig . nc e d u e l g i i nox tun*. part irk a to rti
the most desperate Burns and Scalds. Perspiration , obviate Flatulency, tirade, he. se.,
For old sores, bruises, cuts and sprains
arc., on man or beast, it is the best op- . Heart): chyle, secu re and ' Live d „ h eL lth iVreb u'" 19
"
plication that can be made. Thousands health even when all other means date fs Y tic r ei e6ft"
i the b fi y .,, tbe : trial of
oi a c r a i a n c g e le:::: slid their
d.no : : i t:: sir:
BO positive and Certain in restoring Brant, i bet, lite
have tried, and thousands praise it. It The entire truth of the above eon be aseertait , cti
proprietor Wilda himself to return the mow) 1 ',id
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. I tarsal eatisfaction.
Observe each box of the genuine Retail Price, 211 eta. perScs.
Ointment has the name of S. '1 W• E Y Principal o t ffi iz c on e t : do o lf . l 6 .l : :
. V .al e n s d e y t
h S a t t . k .:h
written on the outside label. To imitate ; Sold in Harrisburg, by D. Robinson, t.
nothing ut
thin is forgery. cr-j- Remember Dr. C. V. Clickencr is thi in, en
-1843. Purcliaserli t s i ho h u r li i l theretote, way.
forono
was
aS
everg r
I ask fort lickener'e Sugar Coated Boatmen, Livery men ; Farmers, and
ntroduccd tht m in'
, and take no others, or they will be made
all who use horses, will titi'd this Oint. June,
for meat
collart h the very
galls, best thing
scratches; they
kicks,ean ac use c.
&c. &c., on their animals. Surely, ev. Rims of a fraud.
ery merciful man would keep his ani. AGENTS :T. K. SIMONTON,
mals as free from pain as possible.—' tingdon, Jas. Clark, Birmingham ' J. R.
Tousey's Universal Ointment is all that Cox,. O. H. Steiner, Waterbtreet,Moore
is required. Try it. „ & SOope, Alexandria, A. &N. Creswell,
Bites of Insects.—For the sting or bite Petersburg, Orlady & Patterson, Wil.
of poisonous insects, Tousers Oint- lia l mSburg„ Royer & Co., Springfield
ment is Unrivalled. Hundreds have Furnace, M. Thompson, Duncansrille,
tried and found it good. J. M. Lindsey, Hollidaysburg, Jas. Ceti
Piles Cured! —For the Piles, Tou. dron, Frankstowa.
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 skill of the doctors.—
' Tousey's Ointment was recommended
by one of the visiting physicians, (who
knew its first virtues,) and two boxes
.. __ .
ALL-HEALING BALSAM.
OR
produced more benefit than the patient
•
i.,, will i,i ir ri o g s o p f e l ti o ly d , e ti si r r o o n si ch lo ,, n h,g,
D an y r , l p te p d ti t r o r
0 1 , ,ugh ,i i .
Ask our fries if they know of any thin g fret
r h e a m d e r d e i c e e s i . vet L l f e r t o a n i l l a t n ry y a it i . id all previous
lion, Hoarseness, influenza, and disease. of if,
of
cßausrenssoafnbduSrncasl
and
d e
s u e r a c i d d .— s,i lh a o l u l s p a a n r d ts s
of the country, have been c ured by i Throat, as the Oloseonian 7 and they will tell •. co
ficates enough can be had to fill the u ,. u ' publicrtice which has been p ss , s fd os .,.
Tousey's Universal Ointment. Certi- - . -- ue N e o . ...Thneve ! y r t has been e remedy inne
rs,' so mach good in so short a space of time. Reed
whole of this sheet. the fol owing
Violent Bruises Cured.—Testimonials ASTONISHING CURES,
on testimonials, in favor of Tousey's l Ws.BOND, the celebrated Boston cracker bract
Ointment for curing bruises, have been. 98 Nassau street, Brooklyn, states thathis wilt Las
offered the proprietors. Hundres in been afflicted with Asthma for 30 years, arid vault
vice which New York . and Brooklyn could prod' v.
Syrugus will certify to its great merits I not find permanent relief from the beat medical et:-
1 was Induced to try this great remedy. ;he renew
bruise.insrvitAiglltpheerp.a,iins osiflotthieldmtroystits.evere
nearly well. Hie daughter, who was stifled, g
, I from the same disease, tried it, and wars afro cus;d
scald head have been cured by Tousey's by it. Mm. 'kind is now as e ca li l e d Head Cured.—Sores or cases of i
welt that she is alt e
Ointment. Try it—it seldom fails. to rise from tier bed early in the mornin g ar d at
anLayr..innorya
j nce , f , ro o t ,„ n h i c a r i cl i, i ,, stressin g melody,
Salt Rheum Cured.—Of all the rem- : tend to her urinal duties throu g h the slay whiten,
complaint,
, f r o o r ii t s h o i y a ,s mo u s i t ,iv d o t : ,
ii
, vemei . ry. ,came to 'tile atm:l.Tß:7;u the
"ht."
a bottle of the Olusortnian:L=; l l,, ° . t h•
.n
was never known to fail.
ea s d a g l iree' O c i ae n bv t le m er ent is the most complete. it taming
Afflicted with the Asthma for more than 36 years.
Chapped Hands can be Cured.—'fou- and was so exhausted on Ista arrival that he cuuld
Four day. afterward he walked from his resit!' nee
to the office without fatigue, a distance of owl two
say's Universal Ointment will always not speak• lie purchased a brittle end reds Its nicr
cure thechapped-hands. 1
:sites, to tell of the wonderful relief whir b he bed
Sore Lips Cured.—For the cure of :
Scores h e o
f wrst persons ca s N e V s l I l o state t a c t h e n
ex pe kneed front using about cute half of oar ft t.
sore lips, there was never anything , I „,be
t•
equal to Tousey's Ointment. It , Consumption oftlte La:vigs,
is sure cure for them . Try it. ! Mo.COMFORT, 35 White street, was so lc* in
It is a scientific compound, warren. the month of December last, that he was ghee up
ted not to contain any preparation of by hie physicinn. His friends entertain.' nr. hope
Mercury.
of his recovery. He was persuaded to try the
-
Olosaonian and to his surprise it Its, en far red
o•
Trice 25 cents per box. For fur
nt to is re. °.
red hi
health that he now able to walk about
ther particulars concerning this really . the street..
valuable Ointment, the public are refer. Mrs, ATTRIM, the wife of ‘t m. If. Attlee,
red to phamphlets to be had gratis, of 1 James Harman, Ern i , end Geor g e W. Have, Eta.,
respectable Druggists and Merchants can all hear testimony from their own experience o
throughout the United States, the healing properties of this Great Remedy its
AGENTS.—T. K. SIMONTON, Hun- COmiumpli" of the La"g.•
Npiliang Bood.
tingdon ; Jas. Clark, Birmingham; J. R.
Cox, Warriorsmark ;J. S. lsett, Spruce !
troubled fora
352 , N i t e onroe street, who
Creek ; G. H. Steiner, Waterstreet ; . had
severe cough, and raised g ilt
r, ,
i n , len g th o o f t
blood,time by a
Moore & Swoope, Alexandria; A. & N. relieved by one bottle of the Olocaonior,a n d dela ' r .a e s e
Creswell. Petersburg ; Orlady & Patter- I
, it the greatest remedy in the world. .
son, Williamsburg ; Royer 8," C 0.,, Dcruria Kazzr, 26 Water street, was al so re-
Springfield Furnace; M. 'Thompson, I iev,,,l f-oar the some complaint, althou g h he was
Duncansville ; J. M. Lindsey, Holli. v7 a m vi u n ch bo red n u i zs d l e v:lLn c he commenced takit: it
daysburg ; Jas. Condron, Frankstown. ring the g paa e t winter. Althou g h ureofl' h i : p e h ol s g i Vd n e d o u n .-
1
.tautly and was very much trout led with ni g ht
, sweats, two bottles of the remedy enabled him to
' return to his daily work. Ile was entirely relieved.
llsvin has DillitiON, 60 Lai& alruet. Geor g e
W. Burnett, formerly of Is owalk, N. J.. Menus
Lisbon, 109 Riving:on .treat, and numerous. other
! persons have been speedily and permanently eared
' of the risme complaint by this remedy.
AGENTs.— T. K. SIMONTON, MAT
ingdon ; 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 & Co. Spring.
field Furnace ; M. Thompson, Duncans
vine ; J. H. Lindsey, Hollidaysburg;
Jas. Condron, Frankstown.
CLICK EN li Ws
SUGAR-COATED PILLS,
The Only Effectual Purgative,
cured within the 1.1 y.r
OVER 200,000 I'ERNOAS
of the following Complaints:
Headache, Giddineas,ltheumaiism, Piles, Die.
popsia, Scurvy, Smal pox, Jaundice Paine in the
emelt, Inward Weakness, Palpitation of the Heart,
Riding in the Throat, Dropsy, Asthma, Fevers of
allainds. Female Complaints, Measles, Salt Rheum
Heartburn, Worms, Cholera Morbus, °ugh.,
Quinsy, Whooping ough. Consumption, Fits,
Liver Complaint, Erysipelas, Dwane., ltchings of
the Skin, Cold'', Gout, Gravel, Nervous Com
plaint., and a variety of other dia..ea arising from
impurities of the b ood, and °Warned.ns in the or
gans of digestion.
Experience has proved that nearly every disease
originates from Impurities of the blood or Derange
menth of the Digestive Organs; and to secure
Health, we must remove those Impu 'hies and re
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 ere gathering in the
System, which ehou d be immediately removed by
an effectual purging. This feet, as stated, is uni
versally known; but people have ouch 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 sloe. not exist, ea they are completely
enveloped with o coating of pure white sugar
(as distinct from the internal ingredients sea nut
shell from the kernel) have no taste of medicine,
and are as easily swallowed as bits of candy.—
Moreover they neither ncuuseate or gripe in the
slightest degree. They operate equally on all the
diseased parts of the spawn, instead of confining
themselves to, and racking any particular region,
'rhus, for exarrp'e, if the Liver be affected, one in
gredient will operate on that particular organ, and.
by cleansing it of that Excess of Bile it is con
latently discharging into the stomach, restore it to
its natural state. Another oc vsteeettill on the
11. th the Sufferer
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what has relieved him in such u short lihle fro*
his difficulty of breathing, Cough and suffoca
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suonian, of All Healing Didaant."
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rod the I'sin in hie Side and ,
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the general system, By WM. YOUNG MD.
'I he amebas arrived, that perrons suffering Iron
secret diecase, need no more become the victims .
Quackery, as by the prescriptions contained is
thia book any one may cure himself, without hit
drance to business, or the knowledge of the me,
intimate friend, ard with of e tenth the usual r,
penile! In addition to the general routine of 1.
vate diseases, it fel y explains the enure of 11
hood's early decline, with observations an 114-• --
-.besides many other derangements whirl, •
not be pr,,per to enumerwe in the public r•,
co P Persons residing at any distance fl , '
adeiphia. can have this book forwartl.,l L..
through the Post Office. on the receipt 01 ;
five cent., directed to Dr. William You,
SPRUCE Street, Philadelphia.
Juno 20, 1848.
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