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PAY WHAT THOIT °WEST:
A Tale for Every Body;
In A. C. THOMAS.
Do not defraud thy NeighbOr.—" Janne
than Homespun, having purchased an
extensive farm, and provided himself
with everything requsite to prosperous
husbandry, proposes to furnish subscri
bers with one quart of wheat weekly,
for one year, at the low price of tit° ddl ,
lure a year, in advance, or two dollars
and fifty Cents, if payment is made after
six months . ' - - tion to "multiply and r eplenis hl the
earth." Mrs. T. left a large family of
"The facilities afforded by the gov
ernment, for the transportation of wheat children, among whom was a son named
to every section of the Union and the Peter.
adjacent provinces, are such as must I After Mr. Thatcher had mourned a
prove satisfactory to every subscriber reasonable length of time, he began to
and the proprietor of the Granary as- think of getting another partner. None
auras all who' may patronize him, that he of the maidens, younger old, seemed to
w ill exert himself to supp l y an art i c l e o f please hini like Lyaid Gorham, the little
the best quality. " i lady of the preceding part of the story,
"N. B.—Agents will be allowed a . now grown up, if we may believe tradi
generous per centage. Address (post lion, to a fair comely girl, "full of gush
paid) the Proprietor of the Granary, ing life," as the poets say. But there
Hopewell." ' 1
was one impediment in the Way. His
Such was the Prospectus issued by eldest son Peter, had shown a pred;lee
ray friend Mr. Homespun. Feeling a tion for the girl, and the old man was at
lively interest in his welfare, I visited a loss to decide whether she favored the
his farm, although it was is long journey suit of the sire or the son. The one
from my 'home, and was pleased to find rode a black horse in his visits, and the
every thing in nice order. He inform- other rode a white. There was a kind
ed me that he had contracted a large of tacit agreement between the two, that
debt in the premises, stock and imple- one should not interfere with the visits
ments of husbandry, but lie had no doubt of the other; so when the father found
of his ability to discharge every oblicra- a white horse tied in front of Col. Our
tion in a few years. He also stated that harn's unlike the good Samaritan, he
he had received many hundred sultscri-
crossed on the other side; and the son,
wherithe black horse was there returned
bars, and that in four or five weeks ho
he could commence the delivery of the , the favor. Thus things went on until
i the patience of the old gentleman was
wheat acoording to his proposals.
The scheme appeared plausible—and well nigh exhausted, and he resolved
upon a desperate step to decide the mat
cess, that I had not the slightest doubt my friend was au confident of his sue- •
ter. Taking the son to one side he said
of his prosperity. 1 entered my name to him, "Peter, are you or are you not
as it subscriber, and when I left him lie going to marry Lydia Gorham I" Peter
was making quart sacks. replied that he had not yet made up his
Every week for the space of two years, mind. "Well," said the old gentleman,
1 received my quart of wheat, and con- . "I will make soh au offer; if you will
eluded from its excellent and prompt de- give her up and court her no more, I
livery, that every thing
will give you thirteen pounds in money
With Jonathan Homespun and his farm. and the pair of black steers. t% hat do
So I gave myself no uneasiness about Yo" say to that l' s The young man hes
itated but a moment. "Tie a bargain,"
iny indebtedness to him—for thought I
said he; arid it is due the parties to say
to a farmer so extensively patronized ns
he is, the small pittance of two year's that it was observed by them all with
arrears would he but a drop in the buck- Pretty good faith. Whether Lydia knew
the bargaining that her charms had oc
et. It is true there was occasionally
casioned, tradition sayeth not ! but she
printed on the sacks a general notice to
delinquents—but I never suspected that subsequently became Mr. Thatcher's
this was intended for his friends. The wife, and bore him ten children, from
notice, however, became more and more whom many members of the numerous
frequent, and having leisure, I conclu , r^milY have sprung.. Our venerable
dud I would Yfwt. my friend, the provi- townsman, Mr. Perot Thatcher, is the
(great grandeon olrztjt.p..-..i..- t i -I._ •.-
few greeted rrtereardartlly-e,,t I saw 4 J , ,,sre,. -
there had been trouble. fie was evi- .
:dently worn with toil and anxiety, and 0 ,- 1,1,•" fir iffisportattet !
in the conversation of the evening, he T"' latest and most important sews we havo
. to communicate this week is the arrival this
gave the particulars. morning of it rich and superior assortment of
" Here I have been laboring day an d Vt, etches, Jewelry, &e.. at
night almost two years, and am more in
Scott's Jewelry Store.
debt now than when [ began . ci-
My cre_ Citizens and strange, are
respectfully invited to
itors are pressing fur payment. lam call and satisfy themselves that this isT"
consciont. of my inability to mart their to """*" ''''` i '' watch or "" other article
his tine on the most reasonable terms.
demands, and 1 can perceive no result 1
_August 14, 1849.
" But you have a large list of sub.
scribers I" said I.
"Yes, a very large list," was the re.
- "Then why don't you succeed V' I
Because too many of them are like
Me !" 1 rejoined iri amazement. "too
many like Inc!"
"Pardon me,' said my friend in a mel
ancholy tone, "pardon me, fnr oppression
will make even n wise man mad. You
have had a quart of wheat weekly for
two years—l have a largo list of the
same kind of patrons, scattered here and
there over a thousand miles. If the)
would pay the truffles they Beverly owe
me, I should be directly freed from em
barrassment, and go on my way rejoic
ing. But they reasoned as you reason,
cud among you, I am brought to the
door of poverty and ruin.
I felt the whole force of the rebuke,
and promptly paying arrearages at the
increased price named in the prospectus
and also a year in advance, I shortly
bade adieu to the-worthy and wronged
farmer, resolved to do every thing in my
power to repair the injury I had done
0, ye patrons of Jonathan Homespun !
wherever ye are !—ye . who have eaten
the wheat from his :Granary, without
making payment ! ye are guilty of a
grevious sin of omission. Therefore,
repent; pay him what you owe him.
Uncle Sam's teamsters bring the seek of
wheat every week to you, mind they will
carry the money safely back again to
Reader, if you arc in arrears for the::
paper, do not apply the above to your
neighbor, for it is meant for YOU.
A LOCAL ROMANCE:
Tradition has preserved ..a singular
anecdote of John Thatcher, a son of one
of the earliest settlers of this town.—
lie was itirrried in . 1661 i to Miss Rebec
ca 'Winslow, of Duxb .ry, in Plymouth
county, if we mistake nut. On his wty
home with his new bride, he stepped for
the night at the house of a friend, a-Col.
Gorham. of Barnstable, one of the most'
prominent citizens of the town. Mer
riment and gaiety prevailed, and during
the evening a female infant about three'
weeks old, was introduced, and the night N. 111. LANITIUSIIIII2I.
of her birth being mentioned, Mr. agent for the sale of Southworth Mona-
Thatcher observed, "That is the very lacewing Co's Writing Papers,
night we were married," and, taking Wharelsonsit. No. 3 Minor St.
the child in his arms, lie presented it to I PHILADELPHIA. ,
his bride, and jokingly said, "Here my 100 cases of the above superior Papers now in
dear, is a little lady that wits born on the' store, dint for sale to the belle at thb lowest
same night that we were Married. 1 market prices, consisting in part of
you would hiss her, for I attend to' Fine thick Flat Laps, 12, 14, 15, and 16 lbs..
have het for my second Wife." ‘,l will blue and while. . . . . .
my dear, with great picasurei" replied
an s d
c p y c h r i fix Medium and Demi Writings, blue
she, "but I hope it will be very long be- 1 Dxtre super and superfinerolio Posts,blue ant!
fore your intention is fulfilled in that i white plain and ruled.
respect." Super fi ne eoinmercial Posts, blue and white,
Mr. Thatcher and his wife lived hap- ' plain and ruled.
pily together fur about twenty years, and , Extra super Linen Note Papers, plain and
faithfully fulfilled the scriptural jejune
gliht.u-Pel6,ie and fine Bill Papers, Mg old broad,
_ . _ ... . .... .
Estate of JOH.V BORSY, late of West
township, Huntingdon Co., dec'd.
voTIOE is hereby given that I °mien of Ad
ministration on said estate have been vent
ed to the undersigned. All pereirtis indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate pay.
meld, and those havingclaims or dema ids against
the same to present them duly authenticated for
settlement to BENJAMIN HARTMAN,
Oct. 2, 1/40-ot. Administrator•, •
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
DY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court
1) of Hontingdon county, will be expend to
sale by public vendue on the premises, at 1 o'.
clue° P. 111., on Tuesday, 16th day of October
1849, the Real Estate of James Carothers, dec'd,
consisting of a
Tract of Label,
situate in Dublin Township in said county, con
tain ing 116 acres 94 perches, patr nted, adjoin
ing lands of James Neely, IA illiam Stewart and
others, with a large two story log Dwelling
House, a tenant house, two apple Orchards, and
other improvements thereon.
ALSO— A nother small tract of wood-land
adjoining lands of domes Neely, Thomas V 1 .
Neely, Esq., and others, containing about 17
acres he the same more or less.
TERMS or tars..--One third of the purehare
money to he paid on conArmation of the sale.
and the residue in two equal annual payments,
with interest, to be secured by the - bond and
mortgage of the purchaser. By the court,
MATTHEW F. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
Attendance will be giv, n on day of sale by
W. B. LEA
Sept. 11, 1849 .
T HE, auhsciiher respectfully annou, res to the
public that he is prepared to do work of all
kinds connected with the Foundry bushier.. in
the best manner, and on the most reasonable
Ito has constantly on hand wagon boxei,
ploughs and plough castings, hollow ware. and
stoves of no Hone kinds and saes. The cooking
stovea which he manufactures are inferior ton°ne
in the country, and are warranted to perform
the various operations of cooking and baking in
a manner equal to any, and superior to most.—
He lane these stoves calculated for either wood
or coal. He has lately procured patterns for
wood and parlor stoves, which for beauty and
exoellence cannot be excelled. Also, stoves for
offices, shops, Ike., such so egg stones, cannon
stns., and others. He invites persona desirous
of purehasing th give him a ca . l, as he is deter
mined to cell as good an article and at as kW
prices se can he obtal led at any other pl.,
WILLIAM ORA 1.711:5L
APPLETQN'S LIFE INSURANCE.,
GREAT CENTRAL The Girard Life insurance Annuity and
CHEAP BOOK STORE, Trust Company of Phhiladelphia.
164 Chesnut Street, Office No. 159 Chestnut Street. 1
Corner of Seventh, Swatnes Buildings, Capital $300,000.
PHILADELPHIA. Caairrxrt Psnerrum. ,
KNOWING the wants of the COM. CONTINUE to make Insurances on Lives on
munity, the Proprietor of this es- the most ftivorable ter . nie, receive
s and execute
tablishment has fitted up a store in the 2.1 7,1: auldpiZeiandgePp7ildtaaopn and invested, t in
elegant manner, having due regard gether with accumulated premium fund. affords
to the comfort of his customers, so that a perfect see it
,y to to the insured. The pre
every stranger visiting his Book n,
Store, mum may be paid in yearly, half yearly, or
, may feel entirely at home. quarterly payments.
HIS IMMENSE STOCK The Company add a BONUS at stated peri
-1 oda to the inturances for life. Thia plan of in
of Books is classified according to the
surance is the most approved of, and is more
i. various Departments of Literature, so generally in use, than any other in Great Britain,
Superfine and fine Counting-hobie Laps and that 'visitors can find the books they are (where the subject is beat understood by the pee-
Posts, blue and white, in search of for themselves. Buying pie, and where they have had the longest expo-,
Extra super Congress Caps and Letters, plain his stock for the most part at the AUC- rience,) Reappear. from the fact, that out of 117
and ruled, blue and white. Life insurance Companies there, of all kinds, 87
TIoN SALES, and being connected with are en th i s pion.
Extra super Congress Ceps end Letters, gilt.
one of the LARGEST PUBLISHING nouns 1
Superfine Sermon Caps and Posts. The first BONUS tva. appropriated in Decern-
Superfine blue linen thin Letters. in this country, besides publishing large . bar 1844, amounting to 10 per cent. on the aura
Extra super Bath Posts, blue end white, plain ll,' himself, enables him to bell ALL Books' insured under the oldest polities; to 8 3.4 per
and ruled. at cent.. 7 1.2 ? er cent., &c. &c. on others, in pro
' Embroidered Note Papers and Envelopes. LOWER PRICES portion to the time of mending, making an atidi
uhawyer'a" Brief Paper.., Hon of steo; $87,50; $75, &c- tkc. to every
than any other house of a similar char- 1,000, orioihally insured, which is an average of Superfine and fine Caps and Posts, rued and
acter on this continent. His facilities more than 50 per cent. on the premiums paid,
plain, blue and white, various qualities and pet
COS. for the IMPORTATION of Books from En- and without increasing the annual payment of
Also, 1000 reams white and assorted Shoe Pa- rope are unsurpassed, having a branch the company.
pers. Bonnet Boards, white and assorted Tissue, of his Establishment in London, where The operation of the BONUS will be seen try
Tea, WI upping, Envelope, assorted and blue Me- orders of private gentlemen are careful- the following examples from the Life Insurance
'lit.", ( R P """I'P'''' Hardware Papers, 8". ly executed and lorwarded to this Cotin- , Register of the Company thus:
I July 10, 1949.-6 m.
I Juniata Cabinet Manufacturing A CATALOGUE policy. insured. Bonus or bonus payable
Establishment. of Books with the prices attached is is- Addititin at theecese. party's
sued quarterly, containing Lists of New r
JOHN H. WHITTAKER, Additions made to his large collection, No. 58 $l,OOO $lOO.OO $1,100.00
88 2,500 I 250.00 2,750.00
I Itespectrullv begs !vim which are in all cases for sale at the to inform his friends a 206 4,000 I 400,00 9,400,00
and custumets and the public gt uvrally .that ho LOWEST PRICES, „ 276 2.000 175.00 2,176.00
has built a large and commudiuta situp initurdi.
or from 25 to 75 per cent. below Pub- „ 333 I 5,000 I 437,50 5,437,60
niely in the rear of the public butts,. of Mtn
%5, hittoker. •-r., on the bank between the rivet fish ers '
Prices. I.h. sin buying even a . I.ampliteto oontainine the table of Wes. and
and coast. where he will constantly kir p on few books, quite a considerable amount explanations of theeubject; forme of application
hand furniture of al kinds, of the hest quality, is saved. Hind further information ran he had at the office,
snub acing all desctiptions.kitids, styles and ea. As a still further gratis in person or by letter, addressed to the
rieties of parlor, medium and plain household INDUCEMENT Presi dent or Actuary.
furniture, which will be offered for sale at the to stran B W. RICHARDS, President.
gers visiting the city one , every
very .INO. F. JAMES, Actuary.
who purchases One Dollar's worth of
_M a y 8,1 8 49.. i y
Books, will receive a copy of the
1 STRANGER IN I'HILADELPHTA, an elegant Whol4sAle and Retail
18mo volume, the price of which is 25 CLOCK STORE.
In order to accommodate the publi. with all
kinds of work in his line of business, he has
just supplied himself with a Itiree lot of tho
bast quality of I !terry. Walnut, Maple, Poplar,
and all kinds of Vence ring o , the most popular
fashion. He will offer wither botched nr half
finished work for sale. and will at all times sub
mit his work to the most rigid inspection.
Merchants. Professional men, Farmers. Me
chanic, Hotel Propiietore. Laboring men—all,
are invited to call and ex amine hie furniinre. be
fore purchasing elsewhere. "Seeing in believ
Coffins will be mole on the shortest notice, of
either Cherry. Walnut or Poplar as may be de
sired, end funerals sub rifled. _ .
He flatters himself that by industry and rinse
attention to hi•business he will be able tuplease
all who may give him a roll. _ .
Old furniture wit. at ell time. he repaired in
the neatest and most durable manner. at low
rates. All kinds of country produce will be ta
ken in exchange for furniture, repairing, &c.
Huntingdon, May b. 1849.
ever a try ta sirstzvezzot -
Sohn Stone Soto,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Silks, Ribbons and Millinery Goods,
No. 45 South Second Street. above Chesnut,
vrOtTLD call the omit lion of Merchants and
V Milliners visiting the city, to their large
and rich assortment of
Spring lllUiiuery Goods,
Received by late arrival. from France, such as
Glace Silks for casing bonnets,
Fancy Bonnet and ( op Ribbons , —a large and
beautiful essoriment of all priers;
Plain Mantua and Satin Ribbons, from No. 1
to No. 12;
French and American Artificial Flowers, (in
great variety) ;
Colored arid White Crapes;
Fancy Laces and Nets;
French Chip Hats;
Face Trim mines—Quillingst .
Buckrams—W illoic ;
Bonnet Crowns and Tips,
Together with every article appertaining to the
Wauhl respectfully inform hie old friends and
t .e Public generally that he has resumed busi
neas as SIERCHANI"I'AILOR, in the room
nestdoor to C. Coot.' Hotel. formerly occupied
by the Globe Printing office, Huntingdon, Pa.
He has just received from t hiladelphia a
splendid ass,. tment of ( LOTH., CASSI
MERSand VESTINGS of the best finish which
he is prepared to make up to order at prices that
cannot fail to suit the vines of all. A perfect
fit will in all cases be guaranteed.
Vt ork will also be done for those who prefer
purchasing their cloth elsewht re.
May 1, 1949.
C. Z. ICNEEIDLIM,
Wholesale Boot, Shoe and Bonnet Ware.
No. 136 North 3tlSt., Opposite the Eagle Hotel)
TS now receiving shout 3000 CASE, Fallen
FALL Goons, direct from the Manufacturers,
—such as Mims and Boys THICK Kip and CALF
fours and Ettionaixs, with a great variety of
Womsim Lacs BOOTS aien SHOES, lath city
and Eastern :Manufacture. This stork is got up
expressly for country trade and will be cold
At encrtAxTe are invited to call end examine,
Auguet 21, 1849-3 m.
Warranted GOLD PENS, with silver
handles, can be had at Scores Cheap
Jewelry Store, for $1.25 Other Gold
Pens, without bundles, for 75 cents.
April 17, 1849.
Wet ches ! Watches!
THE suhAellh,r hue received from phit a .
delphia, nnotber choice lot of DQ,IiD AND
SILVER WAT, lIES. whtell makes his agsort
tvient NOM complete. If you want a g ood watch
at the very lowest price, now is your time.
July 17, 15ic". J. T. SCOTT.
ID- The limits of this advertisement
are too confined to enumerate the prices
of any of the Books, or to give even a
faint idea of the immense advantages to
be derived from purchasing at the Great
Central Cheap Bookstore, but let all who
are in search of Books send for a Cata
logue, and buy the Books they are in
want of, and when visiting the city, give
Appleton one call, and you will be sure
to call again
in all Its branches, furnished at the Low
est Prices. The Initials of those purcha
sing Letter and Note Paper, neatly
' stamped in the corner without charge.
Orders for any article may be sent by
in .the ProArietor: and
carried out, with great punctuality and
Orders for Catalogues should be pre
paid. GEO. S. APPLETON,
Bookseller, Publisher, Importer, and
Stationer, 161 Chesnut St., corner of
Seventh, Swaim's Building.
May 23, 1819.-3 m.
Female Boarding and Day School.
ThIS School Is now in euccessful operation.
The Rev. Isesst. W. %A MID, Pastor of the
Spruce Creek and Birmingham Treat') teflon
conglegations, is Principal, assisted by a worthy
and efficient female Teacher, Miss N. M. Rau,
This Sdioul is located in the borough of Bir
mingham, county of Huntingdon, Pa.. one of
the moat healthy villages east of the A llegheny
mountain. The course of instruction is full and
thorough, embracing all the English branches
usual y taught in Selecthellools. it wall be CO/11 ,
ducted on Christian principles. The tlible to
be the textbook. Parents and kuti diens who
attach any value to the religious training of their
children and wards will fled this school worthy
bf then patronage. The Pupils may board With
the Principal and will be treated as members of
his family. Tuition and board will be moder
ate. For further particulars apply lc the Prin
cipal of to ony of the undersigned, who earnest
ly recommend his school to the patronage of the
public. The sec ond quarter of the present term
will commence on the seventeenth day of July
John Owa . 9a , W. Caldwell,
John Watlng, Geo. Guyer, Rev,
John K• M'Cahan, James Clarke,
Thomas M. Owens, 8. B. Dewey,
Birmingham, Aug. 21, 1840.
A PURELY VEGFTABLE NFDICINF.
Worsdell's Vegetable Ileslorative Pills
HAVE been gradually but seedy coming into
favor, among the families of this Country for
come years past. They have done this entirely
through their great worth as a FAMILY MED
ICINE. Agoncies have been appointed but no
puffing and humbug each eels resorted to by
quacks to sell their medicine has been done.
The pills are offered for sole and have and will
continue to be sold by all the p. inciple store
keepers. The proprietors claim for their Medi
cine the following advantages over all others—
viz: They are PURELY V b GETABLE.-
They are CERTAIN 1 0 OPERATE. Their
of eration is FREE from all PAIN. They can
be used with EQUAL I'ENEFIT by they eons
est INFAN t and the STRONGEST MAN—
Their efficiency in Fevers, Ague, Headaches,
Habitual Costiveness. Dyspepsia, Cholera MOr
bun. &e.. has been proven upon thousands.—
They area I. attain Cure for Worms. The pro
prietors possess a certificate from a gentleman in
St. Louts who was cured of a TAPE VVORM by
the use of them. Try them they will not fail.
Travelling agent for the Stele of Penosy Iva
nia- 7 i Halm.. P. ANM For sale, prise 25
cents a box containing FIFTY PILLS, with full
directions by the following agents In 'Huntingdon
Thomas Read & Son. Huntingdon.
Thontem E. Orbison, Orbisonia.
LA Lindsey, Hollitlsysborc flair Co
- A. WEEKS & Co.
Proprietors, Laboratory No, 141 Chesnut street
Jemmy 23, 18 , 10— y,
N 0.238 Market St., above Seventh, South side,
ALT HOUGH we can scarcely estimate the
value of Timx commercially, yet by calling
at the above establishment, JAMES BARBER
will furnish his !riends. among whom he i neludes
all who duly appreciate its fleetness, with a beau
tiful and perfect INDEX for marking its progress,
of whose value they can judge.
His extensive stock on hand, bonatantly chan
ging in conformity to the improvements in tests ,
and style of patern and workmanship, consists of
Eight-day and Thirty-hour brass COUNTING.
ROVNE, PARLOR, HALL. CHURCH and ALARM
CLOCKS, French, Gothic and other fancy styles,
as well as plain. which from his extensive con
nection and correspondence with the manufactu
rers he finds he can put a t the Low EPT CAMI eta.
vas in any quantity from one to a thousand, of
which ho will warrant the accuracy.
C ocke repaired and warranted—clock trim
, CPA! PAM 111 "."Wn
Phila., August 28, 1849.
Manufactory of Pocket Books, etc.
No: 52i Chesnut St., ab ,ve Second,
THE subscriber reapectfully solicits public at
tention to hie superior and tasteful stock of
Pocket Books, Pocket Knives,
Banker's Cases, and other fine cutlery.
Bill Hooks, Gold Pens and Pencils,
Dressing Cases, Segar cases,
Card cases, Chess Men,
Port Montle', Back Gammon Boards,
Purees, Dominoes, &c.
His assortment consists of the most fashiona
ble and modern styles, of the finest quality and
excellent workmanship embracing every desira
ble fancy patern, which he will at all times be
prepared to exhibit and furnish wholesale or re
tail on the most pleasing terms.
irr - Purchassrs who desire to furnish them
selves with articles of the best quality will consult
their own interests by calling at this establish
meat. F. H. SMITH,
Pocket Book Manufacturer,
Aug. 28, 1849.-6 m. 124 Chesnut St.
The Misses Pinneo. Principals.
THIS is a select Family Boarding and Day
School; Chamberaburg affording a moat de
sirable location for the puipose °fetich an mad
The Principals design that its advantages, Lit
erary, Moral,,and Religious, shall be of the high
est order, and no efforts shall be spared to make
them at least equal to those of any other, either
in city or country.
A new term will commence upon the Ist of
September, and applications for admission, or
for any further information, May be made to the
Misses Pinned at their residence, or to any ofthe
gentlemen composing the Board of Trus.ees ; or
to John U. Miles, Esq., John Scott, Esq., Hun
No. 119 Spruce St. below sth,
CONSTANTLY Old HAND a large aseort
meet of superior
Walnut and Mahogony Furniture,•
manufactured in the hest manner, of modern
style and at moderate prices embracing
Sofas, Parlor Chairs,
Wardrobes, Rocking Chairs,
Dressing Bureaus, Tete•a•tetes,
French Bedsteads, Centre and Pier Tables.
High Post Bedsteads, Wash Stands,
Hat Racks, Secretaries,
Extension Tables, dcr., &c.
Every article is made of the best material and
workmanship, and warranted.
T. & D. Iti. IiEriKELS.
Philda'a, Aug 14, 1949.—1 y.
CO All goods bought at this estsblishmen
packed under the immediate superinp wk., a
the proprietor., and 601/1 free of charge to any
part f the city.
DLANK DEEDS AND BONDS FOR
SALE AT THIS OFFIOE.
G E EX 1 S
FOR THE CURE OF
DYSPEPSIA, GENE AL GERM',
This medicine is en excellent tonic. It im•
parts health and vigor to the digestive organs and
thus strengthens the whole system. Bence it is
just the thing for spring, when so many need
something strengthening. Let every one read
the following cases, and if you have one or more
symptoms like those mentioned, don t fail to try
this invaloable medicine.
:4evere Case of Dyspepen.
From R. P. STOW, Esq., asst. Clerk
U. S. House Representatives.
WesttraaToa, D. C.,June 16.1846.
Da. Die. B. GREEN :--Dear Sir—l feel it not
only a pleaeu: e, but a duty. to make known to
you and to the public, (if you desire it.) the our
prising effects of the '• Oxygenated Bitters," in
relieving me from that most discouraging dirsor
der, Dyspepsia. I have been afflicted for about
seventeen years with the usual attendant symp
toms, viz: constipation of the bowel, headache,
pain in the chest, flatulence acidity of the stom
ach, and severe nausea; and for months at a time
not the least particle of moisture would appear
on the surface of the cheat or limbs, and most
of the tune I was extremely bilious. I have wed
various remedies, have been strict in my diet,
have been dosed with calomel and emetics day
after day by physicians, but ail to nd geed pur
pose. Hearing of the wonderful effect- of the
"Oxygenated Bitters," in the cure of Dyspepsia,
I procured some as a last resort , have used four
bottles of the medici e, and find the bed symp
toms all removed, find myself once more in the
enjoyment of health. None but the Dyspeptic
sulkier. who hos felt a I the horrors of the dia.
ease, can at all appreciate the value of the medi
cine. i most sincerely hope that alb will make
trial of the medicine. and with me be able to re
joice in the return of health.
Ladr Cured of Neural:tin.
From Rev. THO.IPMS KIDDER, of
IVINDSO72. Vt.. Aug. 9,1846.
Mutt Stn:—lt gives me great pleasure to in
form you that ti.e 1 Oxygenated Bitters." with
which you furnished my wile, has wrought a
cure in her case. About two years since, my
wife wan violently attacked with neuralgia in
the face, through the chest, in the wrists arid
ankles. Su violent war the disease. added to a
general derangement of the lemale system, that
her strength was completely prostrated. her flesh
warted. and she rendered miserable indeed. I
feel grateful for the restoration other health, and
in duty hound to give put•licrty to alb above
facts, that others similarly afflicted may know
where to seek for cure. Truly your friend,
From Hon. MYRON L.RWRENC'E,
o For some twenty years I had suffered revere.
ly from !tumoral Asthma. I wan compelled to
sit up one-third of the bight, and the rest o the
time my sleep was interrupted by violent fits of
coughing and great diffici Ity at breathing. In
ell my attendance upon our Courts I never went
to bed ill Northampton in twenty years but twice,
end their was compelled to get up. Now I lie
in bed without difficulty, and sleep soundly. I
took the r, Oxygenated Bitters." according to
abated, and pOratterance in the use of tie rem
edy has removed all its troublesome consegnen•
°ea. The value of such a remedy is incalculable,
and I hope its virtues may be widely diffused and
its beneficent agency extensitely employed. '
blaxxx & Fttrcurn, General Agents. No. 26,
South -ixth St, Philadelphia.
Bold wholesale and retail by nom.. RgAn
Bag, Huntingdon. Pa.
Price—sl.oo per bottla : six bottles
May 8 1849.
H. CLA RK,
Venetiall Wind Manufacturer,
Sign of the Golden Eagle, No. 139 &
143 South 2d Street, below Dock St.,
KEEPS alwaya on hand a large and fashion.
able assortment of Wine and NARROW
SLAT WINDOW BLIND), manufactured in the
boat manner, of the best materials, and at the
lowest cash prices.
Havimr refitted and enlarged his establishment,
he is prepared to complete orders to any amount
at the ahortest notice,
Constantly on hand an assortment of
of every variety, manufactured expressly for hit
own sales, and purchasers may therefore rely on
a gnat article.
(0 . Open in the evening.
Orders flow a distance packed everully, and
sent free of porterage, to any part of the city.
Philadelphia, Aug. 21, 1849 11. CLAtiK.-1y .
New Goods ! New Goods!
J. & W. SAXTON
H AVE V E e
n j d u i s ti t received ao,
ofnd ore now opening
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
Their stock has been selected with great care,
and at lower prices than there who purehoeed
earlier, and comprises a general variety of every.
thing called for by the public. They have a
beautiful variety of LADIES and GENTLE
MEN'S Dress Goode, of the very latest styles,
which fur quality and cheapnesa cannot be aura
passed. In addition to their large mock of Dry
Goode, Housekeepers can. Ire aupp ied with •
of a superior quality, very cheap; Herd, arc
Queynaware, Btc., &c.
They invite that public to call and examine
their mock. They snake no charge for showing
May 1, 1849.
CB ONCELIEN di BROTIIIIO
7 11 / 1 1331( WIT W 2 31
COGNAC BRANDIES,. HOLLAND
AND. DEALERS TN
Teas. Arras's, lee:
JVb. 11 Walnut Street,
Coneignmenta of Wortarn and Southerq
Juno 12, 1,149.