Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, May 18, 1859, Image 3
Nuntingbon lournat. Wednesday Morning, May 18, 1859 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Or "One more unfortunate," erring crea ture, was committed to prison by Esquire Snare, last week, for six days. The poor crea ture was a pitiable object to behold. ser We have been informed that a married lady living in the southern part of this county committed suicide, one day last week, by bang ing herself. We have not learned the full par ticulars, but understand that she had been do• ranged in her wind for seine time past. bur The dog law wont into effect.. in Phila. , delphia, on Monday last. Animals found thorn without muzzles, are now manufactured into glue and oil in short order, rhere is an ordi• notice on our borough books prohibiting tho running of dog a at large, unrnuzzled, after a tortaia date, and we hope to soe•it enforced at the proper time. t No observe that our ladies, imitating the trees, have put on their spring dresses, and what pleases us most, is, that calico is 'pore ex tensively use d (or dresses, than formerly. We prefer to worship divinities in calico. " If you want a companion for life, To comfort, enliven and bless, She is just the right, sort or a wife— My gill with the calico dress," qty How beautiful is the earth at present with its green herbage, and its trees just leaf lug, the azure heavens above, the golden sun. shine and the music of birds. But more beau. UM still are the flowers which bud and hiss. 80111 on her fair• bosom. " Your voiceless lips, 0 flowers are living preachers, Each cup a pulpit, awl each Icaf a book, . Supplying to my limey numerous teachers From loneliest nook." Js` A ..black yet comely' damsel was seal to Pike's Peak (the name given by "de culled imam's" to our county jail) last week, for the stealing of tern dollars from her talker. It np• pears she had a desire to visit " the cite of smoke," and having not the wherewith Is fy her desire, as wooly heads are not tees nod as dead heads on the Central, drew it en the maternal side of the hence If we mistake not, she will yet take the j.inni. free of charge. " The Reform of our town have been as '•sheep without a shepherd" for ,Hate time, ow. ing, 1 believe, to the expe,tation of getting Rev. Reid. present pastor of the Huntingdon congregation." We clip the above from a letter in the Ski, ley shurg Herald, written from A kxandria. to which we, in common with one fellow citizon,. Leg leave to enter our protest. We citio.ot spare this gentleman from us, and we trust our neighbors in Alexandria will not think orsueli ear The Chassis or the German Reformed Church met in this place on Friday last, and n considerable amount of important hnsiacna has been transacted. There are come thirty tnittis tors prpent, and nn equal number ()Felder, DA.re had the pleasure of hearing the flee. Schaff, Schenk, and Fisher, and Revs. Apple, Phillips, Hasler and Miller, preach 4.t• ring the week, and it in needless to say they all delivered eloquent semen, We have never seen a finer body or learned and good looking men together. lilr Our ears were greeted and oar musical tunny gracioudy touched on Saturday last by the soul-stirring 'harm any' of the first Organ. jut of the season ; who made his appearance to the delight of exhttherant urchins, and the edification of a few " dem foine fellos with down covered chins supported by standing col. lard. Gentle Annie was lirst dolefully de plored . . "Thou wilt come no mote ' gentle Annie, Like a flower thy spirit did deport, Thou art gone, alas, like the many, That have bloomed in the suunnitr of my heart." And then in rapturous music the gnoJ traits of Oldllog Tray were ground out t "lie's gentle and he's kind, You'll never, never A better friend than old deg Tray Mess the poor Organ-grinders fur the sake of the amusenaent they afford the juveniles and the aforesaid "dean foine Sean. Kto.—They have a Sickles affair over in Altoona, which is thus noticed by the Stan. dard :—'' It appears that a teas stained Lehr had is his employ a young lady, who loved her toaster not wisely but too well. This excited the jealousy of the lawful wife, who raised a rumpus in the house and kicked up a fuss gen• amity to almost any other wife would have done under the same circumstances. The husband did not like this conduct of his wife, and en. deavored to calm her feelings by pointing a pis tol at her, accompanied with the threat of shooting her. His wife thereupon had a war• rant issued for his arrest, the failure to execute which ereated considerable excitement. Lehr was finally arrested and escorted to a Justice's office, amid the threats and jeers of stn excited crowd. He was consigned to the Lock lip fur safety during the night, and was liberated the following morning on bail. And there the matter rests at present." pir The criminal record of Blatr county, for the April Term of Court, presents a for• satiable appearance. We extract from one of the Hollidaysburg papcm a list of Cades dis• posed of. TWO cases of selling liquor on Sunday and to minors, were continued. Paul Long, for larceny, wad sentenced to 10 days imprisonment and $1 fine and costs. Pour eases of assault and battery were dis. posed of by the usual ser.teuccs of fines and imprisonment. • Geo. W. patinals, fur keeping a Gambling Masse, was sentenced to pay a line of $2OO, as well as the coat of prosecution. Six bills of indictment were returned against one Otho Harlan by the Grand Inquest ; the case, however, has been continued. • Edward McCabe and A. J. McKee, convicted of larceny, were sentenced to pay a fine of $1 and costs; each, and the former undergo an imprismonent,in the Western Penitentiary for the term of two years ; the latter undergo a like imprisonment for the term of two years and six montLs. As usual, numerous cases of fornication and bastardy were disposed of. The defendants generally agreeing to pay the usual charges; one only refused the annul arrangement, and he chooses rather to undergo three months im prisonment and then be discharged by the pro. visions of the insolvent laws. One other fel. low gallantly married his girl. [Correspondence of the Journal.] Waterstreet, May 12 th, 1839. Nit. ;—having read with interest ac counts of many small villages, perhaps to; ac count of our towns might not be ucinteresting to some ot• the Journara readers. Any ono who has ever gone up the "blue Juniata" (and those who have not should go as soon as possible) may have noticed among the moun tains the outskirts of a small village. Front the river, all that can be seen of this beautiful town, is the mill. if you follow up the road, however, leading along a beautiful sheet of we ter, known as . Mytinger's dam, (where the fish are us plenty that they can hardly wag their• tails) you will soon enter the village of Water street—one of the most romantic villages is the State. If you wish to see a Paradise on a small scale, you can walk over the hill into Shaffersville. The first building you will no tice, is the church ; and every Sabbath morn ing you will see the ladies of the town and vi• citify with their new calicos mt , and their faces smoothed into a churchgoing cast, hurrying to the sanctuary. The men, with their patent leather and swallow-tails on, and a huge piece of Sunday cavendish in their pockets, with a square inch of the saute in their mouths, may be scot in small groups standing around the door, or settled on the fence surrounding the yard—all waiting for the Mile old man on the white horse to arrive. There is also the school house, and the other it,, itutions. The inhabitants of these towns are courteous kind, generous, sociable, brave, hospitable bon es . frugal, industrious, enterprising, honorable ISMS ithiding, church-going, God-fearing men and women. No one, we think. with moderate sensible views of happiness, could help being happy in either of these towns. Tho men ne- ver swear nor go crazy ; the women never scold, and always have warm dinners on wash. ing days ; the babies never cry, nor take the measles nor chic kenpox ; the dogs nevm go mad ; the cats never fight at night, nor no' men in daylight ; the hogs rover get the ehol. era, neither lire the nice choleric. The school master is well pool, the widows well oared for —especially the young ones. There ate no old maids, no ugly women, on scarcity of In on ey, no flies it, summer, no itch in winter ; eve ry good thing is plenty. Provisious ace so choap that taco can work for nothing nod grow rieh. We think ou• friends in the large towns should visit as during the summer, try the cook ing at the hotel, the punt mot Wain air, and ex cellent water ; for ire Mom purer water, bright. el' ...Ain , : higher mountains, faster barges , bigger betties meat prettier nomu than any othe: torus of equal giae. We had nearly for gotten to mention us a particular inducement for strangers. that v e have alas an excellent ravvyard, so dint it you should die—which is rag improbable, as there is quite a number of persons living here nor, and have lived here a. burr time, not one of whom has ever died once —p.m will not have to be thrown out in some fnu•e corner but you will be laid up snug and dry as every honest man should. There has nothing of importance transpired here lately except a case ofsheepslaughter not man slough ter, by the dogs of the town. The dogs were tried by a jury not of their own choosing., found worthy of atath, and sentenced to be shut, ono in the head, and the other in the back. There seas also at fish serape afloat, but as fish stories arc not believed, wit will say nothing. If any. thing of importance should occur, you shall be apprised of it. Oxn or To.: NATIVES. " Node" , No. 2, —To " P. Pun 'ans. , 'Tis all in vain, deny it as 1 will, Genius like mine, will nit and eat lie still Like Hanquo's ghost, it heeds no threat nor frown, E'en braying Punkin cannot keep it down t Since it is so, 'rise muse of Smith! nod sing, What `great effects from little causes spring:' Had Jonah cover disobeyed the Lord. Who would have heard of Jonah's famous guord.' Great gourd! which on the prophets cabin hung And from whose womb the Punkin race hiss I sprung. (Mother of Peter . :—long•eared Peter Punk— How low, alas! has thy descendant sunk.) Had Mr. Minim owned a knife or sword, To slay the ass that backed' before the Lord, Squash Hollow's Jack had never tuned a lyre, Fur Ilalnant's Liss was Peter Punkin's sire. So thus we see that little things are great, When viewed Hum' nature, or the book of tote. A braying ass, a guord that sprung from sand, Has given the pact' Plinking ' to our laud. Despise riot then, the day of little things, You cannot tell the many joys it brings. Had cruel Mullein mute - his speaking mule Punkins bud never lived an ass and fool. Ne'er week by week—like the familiar toad, Half froth, half venom spit himself shroud, In smut, in spite, in politics, in lies, In fuss and feathers, and is blasphemies; In language vile, in every tho't obscene, In billingsgate, in every jest unclean; Nor never fished the realms of filth for wit, Wallowed in ruts and miry pools—nor yet By such vile odours given a greater force, As oiled by macic juices for the course, Arose refreshed from the effluvia strong, iiiitre.ne; life, to scou r and stink aloiig. But vain 's my Boum no hoarse heroic base, Drowns the loud clarion of a braying ass, I've learned enough to heed the general rule, No creature smarts so little as a fool. l'rove bins an ass—ore down the pen you've lain The fool is at his dirty work again. But al we'll flap this bog of gilded wings, Beetle of dirt, that buzzes, stinks and sings: This monstrous thing, that lives on filth and grass, With Pun,. in head and all the rest au ass, Again dear Pete we lift our hat, and with A bow profound subscribe ourself Jane Sawn. air 1000 AGENTS WeNTEo.—For purlieu lard 6end many. C. P. WHIT'L EN, a Mar. 23.'39. 6m . Lowell, Hues. JOT TO THE ADMIRERS OF RICH diNoiiirHAlß. Talk of beauty, it cannot exist without a fine head of hair, then rend the following, and it you ask more, see circular around each bottle, and no one MI doubt. PROF. WOOD'S HAIR HESTORA. TIVE.—Wo call the attention of all, old and young, to this wonderful preparation ; which turns back to its original color, gray hair—cov ers the head of the bald with a luxuriant growth —removes the dandruff', itching, and all cuta neous eruptions—causes a continual flow oldie natural flui and hence, if used as a regular dressing for the hair will preserve its color, and keep it from falling to exheme old age, on all its natural beauty. We call then upiu the bald, the grey, or diseased in scalp, to use it , and surely the young will not, as they value the flowing locks, or the witching cud, ever he without it. Its praise is upon the tongue of thousands. • The Agent for Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative ; in New Ilaven, received the Ibllowing letter in I regard to the Hair Restorative, a few weeks ; since: DuEr RivEn:CuuN s , Jul• 2:1, 1856, Mr. Leavenworth—Sir'. I latve licen'trenhlml with dandruff' or scurf on my head for more., than a year, eta hair began to come out, scurf and hair toguller. I saw in a New Haven pa• per about "Wood's Hair Restorative" as a care. I railed at your store on the lit of April last, and purchased a bo.tle to try it, and I found to my satisfaction it was the thing, it removed the scurf mid new hair began to grow ; it is now two or three limb. in Itngth where it wag ail off. I have great faith in it. I wish you to send me two more bottles by Mr. Post, the hearer o ibis. I don't as ney of the kind is used in thi3 place,. you may hare a marke t Mr many bottles n after is known here. Yours with respect, RUFUS PRATT. Sept. 9, 1856. NoonZlTear Sir: iott;llai; Restor ative is proving itself beneficial to me. The front, and also the back part of my head almost lost its covering—in fitct BALD. I have used but two half pint bottles of yovr Restorative, and now the top of nip bead is well .itudiled with a promising crop of young hair, and the front is alsr receiving its benefit; I have tried other preparations without any benefit whatever. I think from my own personal recommendation 1 I can induce many others to try it. Yours respectfully, D. It. Tliom.ks, M. n. 464 Vine Sr VINCENNES, lA, June 22, IS:a PROF. 0. J. WOOD : As you are about to I manufacture and vend your recently discovered Hair Restorative, I will statc, for whomsoever it may concern, that I have used it and known others to use it—that 1 have. far several years, ' hems in the hal it of using other Hair Rester, I tires, and that I find yours vastly superior to any other I 'maw. It entirely cleanses the head at dandruff, and with one month's proper use will restore any person's hair to the original co ler and texture, giving it a healthy, sott and glossy appearance ; and all this. without disco'. ming the hands that apply it, or the dress un which it drops. 1 would, therefore, recommend j its use to every one desirous of having a tine ' color and texture to the hair. Respectfully ,ours, WILSON KING.' 0..1. WOOD & Cu., Proprietors, 312 lirad• way, New York. (in the great N. Y. %Vire Hailing Establishment.) and 111 Market St., St. Louis, Mo. .loht. Mend, ;,ent. 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It is admirably adapted tier lighting churches, dwellings, leeturo-rootus, halls, shops, steam boats, and railroad curs, or wherever a good light is desired Parties desirous of securing the right of territory for a valuable article that will commend itself, should make curly implicit tion,only to the undersigned. Burners. Lamps, supplied in any quan.i• . . . ty, with promptness—forwstrdod by oitpiebe to all parts of the United Ststtes,payatblu, cash on delivery. BUTLIiii, ILO FOR1) - & CO. ••- 111ar.9,'39.-lOw. No 2 Court St, Brooklyn. REDUCED 'l'o $5 A YEARI--Prepaid. The Ilest Ind Cheapest Periodical ' Till: WWII D. This gallery of Art is now open or public inspection of specimens of Ambrotypes. Cry, telegraphs, Photographs, Circular nod Stat' Pictures, also, Name, or Age, or Residence, ta ken on the Pictures—letters of different colors. - - • VARIOUS SIZED PICTURES, Ili consequence of the largely increased mr• , culattoti. the publishers of : Set in Frames, Caves. 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M you have an opportunity to gritti • eels of E u rope, with original articles and sc.! in ' °I. unil3 ' JACKSON & Co., No. 418 Arch Simi, Philo ! r 'it Rt. it - i:iitoii cost. by procuring 1 ortrans, delphia, Pa., and arc sold by druggists and lectione from the best fugitive literature of our 1 Z hieh, it ;3 known, will no , fad , own coutry. dealers in medicines everywhere, at 75 cents 3.—That it contains more reading matter j lktilr 'Those that wish to learn this beautiful , than any other magazine in the world ;.each art can call nos see W.F. Thomas, from Phila. per bottle. The signature of V. M. JACKSON Prices from 50 cents upwards. will be on the outside wrapper of each bottle. weekly number containing sixty•four pages anti , jan.i „ .„ /a the Almanac published annually by the a fi ne steel portrait ; making three thousand ' . _. .. . .. . three hundred and twenty-eight mos in a I year .with llly.two steel engravings. ' HAIR DYE? HAIR DYE?? proprietors, called EVERTUODYIS ALMANAC, DYE?? • you will find testimony and commendatory , LL-That it is the oldest Periodical of its , Wm. A. Batehelors Hair Dye I notices from all parts of the country. These kind in this country, having been published ' Th e O ri g ina l and Best 3 the World I all over sixteen years. .... ... ._ - -- s—Thot it is the cheapest publication of the ' All others are mere imitation, and should For sale in Iluntiumlon by John Road an, day, whether it is judged by the quality or h e avo id e d, if , on w i s h to c „ ape ,i,ii t „, ; ,. •S S Smith and dealers generally through th quantity of itecontents. GRAY, 11I31), OR RUSTY HA llt D, ~ , I in eettalY. [May 11, 184,1 y. G.—That uo library is perfect without it. stonily to a beautiful and Natural Drown ..r 7.—That to those with limited means, it is Black, without the leant injury to Hair or Skin. . 1'1: IC I.: It EDUCE I) ON E 11A IX ! ! ! an admirable substitute for a library of min- Fifteen Medals and Diplomas have been a INIZIW MEDICAL SALT can... heat, And finally, that as ' , Fa' , warded to Wu, A. Batchelor since 18119, and FOR ily Magazine, it is perfectly unexceptionablv t ' over 80,000 applications have been made to , in nll respects. I the it of his patrons of his famous Dye. ! I :.%; Fl. ANIMATORY D ISEASES Price fire dollars per annum, or thirteen l WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE pro• TNT IT I cents a number, sent by mail, post paid, to any I duces a color not to be distinguished from na• jure in the least , address in the Punted States. To Clergymen,; ture, and is wuranted not to in ONLY lONE DOLLAR. Teachers, Students and Cluhs, four dollars. I however long it may be contioned, and the ill ' CHRONIC PACKAGE 52 50 1 DEI3ISSER & PROCTER, I effects of Bud Dyes remedied ' • the Hi it in- SEE ADVERTISEMENT 508, Broadway, New York. vigoratedfor life by this splendid Dye. ' For sale at Smith's Drug Store, Huntingdon ! Mode, sad or applied (in 9 private rooms) ' __________—_-.. -- - —l at the Whig Factory, 233 Broadway, New No lE. a`.l2dV f , leil 0 11). 0 PENN MUTUAL York. Sold in all cities and towns of the l'iti- ' Life Insurance Copany. . fed States, by Druggists and Fancy Goods PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON . A dividend of TWENTITIVE per cent. OH all Dealers. the mob premiums of 1858'. aid Sex per 'ffi• I SW - The Genuine hostile name and address RESPECTFULLY OFFERS HIS Plid IFES on all sent) issued by the Company, i. beets upon a steel plate engraving on four sides of ' sional services to the citizens of IleNvimaits declared. rho underrigned is ready to Pa!' , each box, of WM. A. BATCHELOR, ; and vicinity. Cash and deliver scrip to all entitled to them. ' 1:33 Broadway, New York. ' Resilence on Hill street, in the Louse for- R. ALLISON MILLEB, Ata.yr. 1 dohs Read, Agent Lluatingdon Pa. lucrly occupied by Dr. R. A. 41illur, Mar.:l(4's9AL. Nov. 17,'59-1,. ' April 13, 1859. May 11, '.19.-Gt. PIKE'S PEAK GOLD Cannot rival in attraction the superb stock of Spring and Summer Goods now being received and opened by MvMunintr. This stock has been selected with great care and the public are cordially invited to call and examine it. . . _ It comprises all the into styles of Ladies' Dress Goods, such as Poi' de Chews, Robes a Lez, Organdies, Jaconets, Lawns, Challis, plain awl figured Berages. Crape Mend., Plain and colored Chintz., French and English 6' iny• hams, Amaranths, Valentias, Alpaccas, Dchage Prints, &e., &e. A beautiful assort tuent of Spring SHAW round and square corners, all colors. A toll stock of Ladies Fine Collars, GentlentetCs Furnishing Goons, such as Cmlars, Cravats, Ties, Stocks, Hosiery, Shirts, Gauze and Silk Undershirts, Drawers, &e. We have a fine selection of Mantillas, Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Ribbons, Mitts. Gloves, Gauntlets, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Buttons, Floss, Sealing Silk, Extension Skirts, Hoops of all kinds, Ac. . . Abso—nekens, ()smiting, bleached and un bleached Muslins at all prices. Colored n o d White Cambries, Darted and Swiss MUSH Victoria Lawns, Nainsuoks, Tar'emu and 1111111 y other articles which comprise the line of White and Domestic Goods. We have French Cloths, Fanny Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Jeans, Tweeds, Cottonittles, Linens, Denims and Blue Drills. HATS, CAPS AND BONNETS, or every varjety and style. Also all kinds o STRAW GOODS. A good stock of WM( ERIES, HARD A, QUEENSWARE, BOOTS at SHOES, Wood and Willow-ware, ~hick will be sold CIIHAP. We also deal in PLASTER, FISH, SALT, and all kinds of GRAIN, and possess titeilities in this branch of trade unequalled by any. We deliver all pixekages sir parcels of Merchandise, FREE OF CHARGE, at the depots of the Brutal Top and Pennsylvania Railroads. Come one, conic MI, and lie cunvinced that the "MvAnorotxras" is the place to secure thshionable and desirable goods, dispotel of at the lowest rates. Apr.14;19. S A Ftla FU ND. National LIU) S 111 Y TRIST ,••• ,•-Company. Incorporated by the Gale Iva nia RULES. 1. Money is reveired every day, end in any amount. forge or small. 2. FIVE PER CENT interest is paid for money from the day it is plit in. - . , 3. The money is always paid back in GOLD whenever it is culled for, and without notice. I. Money is received (rota Executor, Admi uhrlntlu 6'netrdians and others who desire to have it in a glare or perfect saNty, and where interest eon be slanined for it. 5. Th e mcnev received from depositors is in vested in rcr:m. F:STATE, 'MORTGAGE s, 011.013 ND RESTS. and such other first-cht, securities us the Charter directs. 6. Office linurs---Every dnv from 9 till 5 o'clock, and on Mondays and 'Thursdays till S o'clock in the ev,mitm. 1,. lIENNEII. I'n•..il ttaBERT sELFRIDor, NUL J. HEED, u , p l. I,IIIECI'OIIS : lion. Beery L. Benner, F. Carroll Brewster, Edward L. Carter, Joseph B. 13•Irry, Hobert T.. Selfridge, Francis. Leo, Joseph Yerl:es, Henry Diefleoderi Sand. K. Ashton,. C. Landreth Alums: OFFICE, WALNUT STREET, 80.11,VElT cats RR 0,11111:1,, MITARPEELKILIo W. F. THOMAS, AMBROTYPE ANn PHOTO° RA ARTIST, PROM Pll I I.A U I, I' II I I, -AT THE COURT ROUSE DR. M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE .1 Nn LIVER PILLS. W E bog leave to call the atten tion of the Trade, and more especially the Physicians of the country, to two of the most popu lar remedies now before the public. We refer to Dr Chas M'Lane's Celebrated Vermifuge and Liver Pills. We do not recommend them as universal Cure-alls, but simply for what their name purports, viz.: THE VER\IIFV E, For expelling Worms from the human system. It has also been administered with the most satis factory results to various Animals subject to Worms. THE .LIVER PILLS, For the cure of LIVER COMPLAINTS, all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD-ACHE, &c. In cases of FEVER AND AGUE, preparatory to or after taking Qui nine, they almost invariably make a speedy and permanent cure. As specifics for the above men tioned diseases, they are Unrivaled, and never known to fail when ad ministered in accordance with the directions. Their unprecedented popularity has induced the proprietors, FLEMI NG BROTHERS, PITTSBURGH, PA. to dispose of their Drug business, in which they have been success fully engaged for the last Twenty Years, and they will now give their undivided time and attention to their manufacture. And being de termined that 1)r. M'Lane's Cele brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills shall continue to occupy the high position they now hold among the great remedies of the day, they will continue to spare neither time nor expense in procuring the Best and Purest material, and com pound them in the most thorough manner. Address all orders to FUXIN!) BROS. Pittsburgh, Pu. Beaters and Pity...lend ordering from `others than Fleming Br, Mil do, well to write their emcee and bthe none boa Or .11Lanes, prepared by Fleming Bros. Pabiburgh. M. To those eirilling to give them n trial, we will lbrward per mail, poet paid, to any part of the United Slide, ono 5,, of Pin. tier twelve three-cent puetagn elampe. or ono VIII! of Vermifuge fur fourteen three-mut momps. All orders from Canada met be accompanied by twenty cent:, extra. For snie in Tlnutingdon by John Ilenti and 5.:4, Smith, and dealers generuHy through the mm,y. Niny 11, 1859.-Iy. ;F;MM4 DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, DR. 1100FLAND'S BALSAMIC CORDIAL, The great standard medicines of the present age, hare acquired their great popularity only through years of trial. Unbounded satisfac tion IQ ;WWI.: :1Y ,hono in all eases; and the people hare pronounced them worthy. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility of the Nervous System, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered liver or weakness the stomach and digestive organe, arc speedily and permanently cured by the GERMAN BITTERS. The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a reputation-surpassiny that of any similar pre paration extant. It will fore, WITHOUT FAIL, the most arrere and 19lly-sbrnding caovEß Sat tro ANTIPHLOCISTP SALT; .., ! A Pelle° sblutitute keir For the Lancet. Leeches and Blisters Hi when the undersigned, after a long, series of ".' . laborious and costly experiments, became fully ! confirmed in his conviction, that the Antiphlo •—. • :";;• t ' - --aass— e ,., ; castle Salt 'Vlach he now -has the happiness to ▪ i : : ~.,, ' ' ' ''ass iee ....." . ......, --" t e - '4 present to the American public, was ,t 7.7'.. all i kallifiNir - ,`,atc,N 4 . ti... - ... 7,. ! PERFECT SUBSTITUTE ~ •-.441114 tri t .•,•'...l"ak,•' : ,-- .a . rorß , l v o n o s d ; l o ci a tiug, , Leeelms anal Blisters, his 11t, N 1 alai ''' -,'''-- a , gitatel that he could not sleep for 1 many nights. The cause of his agitation was "a- ;..- - 'at ; :: • ' ..i. - - ' e.,- . • the striking fact, that themannet of its operation • a... -a, -,i hake that of the viral fa vaccination, , ("mild not • st..‘'.'• - • - '-`;-' ' he sansfitetorialy explained upon any known principle. flow, in what way, it so effectually 3%/E.A.01 - 13EINT3M/S. subdue , ' lachiminatory Disease anal no others, was at first wholly inexplicable—hay on further NEW STYLES—PIIICL't i'llOM Ssta to $125 experiment, it was prov,i that it equalizes the EXTRA CII.inGR Or $5 rOR ni:MMEIM. 17,1;./.: 0/ the body, the want 6t an equilibriem in - - ------ ' which, is the sole cause of inflammation, Such 49.1 Broadway, N. Y. 730 Chestnut St., Phila. is it, potency, that like the vaccine matter, :it ______..........-. 'requires merely 'sat adheres to tho point ofa quill These Machines sew from two spools, as pairs dipped into it solution of it, to effect the entire chased from the stare, requiring no r:-winding ,vstena —but must be instantly used to prevent of thread; they Item, Fell, Gather and Stitch, atcoompos'tion and secure Its full virtue. Three inn superior style, finishing each seats by their Till's in acme. :and . tw . it in chronic diseases, .e t eiy ,4 mar, tin she h eat, pain and fe br il e ne- Own operation, without .recourse to the lanai- that have Ra b a i ded, and a cruet coca effected. needle, as is required lay other machines. 'They ' When it takes the place of blisters, ointment will do better end claeoper sewing than a seam- and leeches in local affections, as Brain Fever, • stress can, even if she w. ail. for one cent an Croup, Toothache, Pleurisy, abe administration is two-fold. "(See (" its tnode of Sayan' of &s -hoar, and are, unquestionably, the best Ma- „,,,.i„,„. 0,..) chines in the market fur family sewing, on ac- The discoverer hat withheld it from the pub count of their simplicity, durability, ease of, lit' till row, by the Niviee of a:P.. 10,400 i PhYsi management, and adoptation to all varieties or. chin :anal suitable friend whom he consulted— it gentleman known and felt in -the medical family sewing—executing either heavy or fine world—and who desired to submit it to the test work with equal filed ity, and without special of experiment. After witnessing under his own scrutinising eye, its signal quantal' over both adjustment. • : acute and chronic iiglanunatorg diseases, in re els evidence of the unquestioned superiority pentad and ce . cepe „„d tr im s, he eit c ce d $2 ,. of their Machines, the (11tOTIM S.. BAKER Sew- I 000 to Conte in no it special anal equal partner in 'Nu M MALIN I, Cantatas beg leave to respectful-: the Recipe for its mataufeeture, but the propo i sal was rejected. ry refer to the rullowing The, disuse of the lancet and blisters, is de- TEsTimoxit I.s. mantled Math by humanity by humanity and "Having had oac of Grover & Baker's 'Ma- a sjence, It it not a mistake, to suppose that chines in my Gutsily fur nearly a year end a halt n hettle of boiliug water (the inflamed blood) I I take pleasure in rot:amending it us every way will cease In hail, by dipping out apart of it— reliable for the purpose lbr whiath it is designed i or a cask °Chad eider (bad blood) he made —Family S.•winar."—.l/,.. Joshaa Leavitt, 11 . 01, I good, by drawing a portion of it? Is it not a ef fire. lie. Learitt, Elitoe qf N. Y. /an/qui:abut. ! initatahe, to suppose that blisters,mnirubefacients "I confess myself delighted with year Sewing wall reinove inflammation, when they virtually Machine, whirli has faecal in my family fur ma- staperadd one inflammation to another? The air months. It has alwayi hem, ready liar duty, late hr. B. "'uteri...sot of Harvard Universi• re , ffiiritag no adjustment, and is easily adapted t.)", said " 1 al. "dek of learne d gnael ,,, e •o' One to every variety ~f tinnily sewing, by s i m ply ! of tlic inost Mitten] physicians In New Englued „I, ‘ „ ig h ig i t,,,, ~,,„,1„, of t i,,,,,,it. , _3/„. Eti,,,,,,/, ' acknowledged just before Lit , .. death, that 'Mc ...,,.;,.4;„,,,f, „-,);. ~' )1„.. /,.. Sfri,V,,,,/, E i r,,r. ~ ,: 11, m w been doubting fur any years, ether flood . a letting surf blisters dial nut aggectraie rather I that attest discas," Sonia who stand " Art ' lr Y l " ,. ."'" l ' llin ' re " t t'''oo:l laa`-itl ""' 1 high in the Old mid New school, have quite r -1 l' rcl. '"" r """' "" " e "' llll °I. i " ' ll " "cil Y' eently espousint Iti„lews and now openly coa ttail the perfect ease with which it is managed, I i fo o s is , ; , l ' .. l .4 m i T ki l i t i e „, l , lev t e ct :he wi l e tn i. et, Batons leeches and as well as the strciagth and durability of time a' ! benefit one— """'' Art" lung "P" i ""' -i j ' et eu "'"' They think there is a meaning to Dent. 12, 23 to speak in this isituner, anal to confidently re- a ,—Get. o, 4—andimvit. 17, 14tntat "Tilt,: C.lnnenil it f" every variety ( """ i 'S sew ' n ''' '' I atom, is Tim mpg." It is not the excess or —, 3 . 1 .• E. 1 - 1 . S P"""" , ".;-/' O h ' Edit " ` 4 1-I ''''' ' '' blued (there never is too lunch) that CaUse9 di ',,,,, .t-rer. , seam, but the wart of a balance between the ' "I have lased a Grover & B at her Sewing Mit• : finials and solids, chine for two Years end have faunal it adapted ; Tilt, siocial excellence of the Antiphlogistic te :ill kinds cat family sex tag, f r om Cambric to ' Set:. is that without the useless loss of blood it,,,,,leioda, Gmments famine been worn ont a - aital strength, it effectually subdued intlamnlato - the raving reap di a stit•ill• The Me- Iry diseas, (,o others) by producing an equili- I , bi"l , i , '-' ,, IY , "I't In Order, and 6 easily used-" ' brit. of all the fluids in the body and a vonse ; ---lks. •I. I , 11 . -t ,,,,, ', "Vi, rat' 11t , Gee, liVi. ! fluent unintcrimpted circulation. It exerts, liko i de, N. :• ', . the vaccine matter, and extraordinaty intim:Mee "Vour Ilaclmitse lots been in use in' ~ .- e r the veto and arieries—resaltiug in a grad my family thy_. : , ,s1 two years, and the ladies' tial demiue of inflammation as indicated by the • -t in -•.• a • : snit their testimOniads to its , pulse, which asmtnes its natural state as the !calla, a ' • a Per!ect :: ' ! t•-' , ',•• , s, as well as labor-saving heat, rtitt an, fvver tiiisappear. qualitic. ' . i' . ueillarinunce of family and , (,-;,:,`' Many medicines offered MT sale, are Ituuseht.! , - -.vie,. '—nobtri Lioueourn, N. F. i barked by doubtful certificates, (their choir sir tan,,,- „..„ . .,.,d ~,„„t h a we have Graver & D a . I the) and claim to be universal renticlies, curing ket's Sewing Machine, and have come to the \lda toall'lles — s burteNue on common sense; conclusion that eye, lady Who desires her sew- As the discoverer of this Salt, solemnly protests in /,,„ faipily ~,„/ va l,./ . l p ,i,,,,,, wool! h e „„,„, I a,,aiiist having it . placed in the categcry of fortunate in possessing onc of these.Eci,abia frambuilla impotitauns• he has resolved that at ' mid indefatigable l 'iron needle-women,' whose shall go - forth to t h e world, U. the Pare gold I combined q „ a lia„ of e c „„ ic . ~-,.„,, „, a / ~i,„,,,i_ I dollar, with no liana, plan . its crue l I al -1 c ,,,. ai ,, 3 i5 ,,,, 1uA bi e, ,,_ . 1 . ir . 31,,,,, , d„, y hm. 0/ I Ile : . if the publ . tellnd it genuine, .they wil . re f ,4 . ~,„. p. la/arms, ~...,1 i, ,. of lima J„,,,.,. I cei,e it—if spurious, they will reject and con , a Munn it. Instead of being a panacea for all ills, Extr"" "r . letter r""" That' R. Lany ' ll ' an ' it has control over but utn: ill,—lnns but one aim American gentleman, .w resident in Sydney, __,.„, .. , , at mamma. but ore Heil% to wit, annoy. New Smith Wsles, dated January 12, 1558: ! __,.._..,, . . . .. . form 1 t IMAToity DISEASL—Wintle , el he its torni 1 ' , II had at tent made in Mellaturne, in 1853, in , ur locality—wether in the head, throat chest ab yards W., domen, extremit•es or skin. It is ttSkekl. /tote , n e h , 'l v o i which I t t l t o .r n a c t ~ , , .. i . ai s i o , o u n v e cr o tar t e i ta . : ( l r ot ,, istiz i l ia.L.,,, ma_ it doe s thisl—simply by restoring the lost hal ; :Mines, and a single seam of that has latitstatud • ant ., ~,,,,,,"l l the fl uids cud solid,. all the tloob/e seams sewed by sailors with at nee- , '' The Ibllowing different /owns which the un alle and twine," balanced fluids assume, and many not here taco 'air thane,. mild ' , Wiled asp &one his tour- boned fiat have more or less heat, pain or fever by Males, he would sing the advent of braver' Ole others)are as pelifect ly cured by the Anti & Baker as it more benignant, miracle of a:: phlogitie Salt, ns tire is extinguished by seater. than was ever Valeatt's smith. Ile would a'a. I. Lases where the tinbaletteed fluids affect tionnce midnight shirt-making as 'the direful t i ts iii.,,,, anti ~,,i 1c, ,,...,,,, wi i , i i ,,,,,,, 1 ,,,,,,. , ' spring of woes unnumbered"—Prep: Nettle • pi, 11,,,,,),„.),,, j afi „,„„, cd Eyes, Emma aca Seas', "I take pleasure is saying., that the Grover,', , roa t '/ , ,, Naasaligiai, L' a aispelas, Catortit, Croup, Baker Sewilig falai:hits, littee more than sii•• Looetaitis, Vic. tallied ins expeetetiou, After flying And rent, 2. Cases where the unbalanced fluids effect ',big others, I have thy. or them in operatios , flav Cam.. mail Ann05....—t0 wit ; laillanull its my different places, and, after boar years' ' 1.,,,,,, "ref Lie, r, Colic, Maris it, Coughs, byspepe trial, have to fault to lira!:'—,/, IL Ilunalloaul, ssar, Asth.saa, / a rors , 1 b . „,w ma .„, /b ora I files, .S'enatur ey .. , tatath Carotin, t iooneil, a, rentri . 4ll, ~ C• "My ,tho has had ono Or Grover & b . , ker . , ! a..C.tseg where the unbalanced fluids effect am satisfied it is one of the best labor-saving a l'""fa ( toot: •`''i a :Voa , !frets, ( hilleoa , l (. 1,,,,,, 5) Family Sewing Machines for sume time, and 1 a the hyrnE3l!TlE ., illtdbitts— , tu tilt; /,.1/!,e.tium •. " , ins and other Cutaneous Affections, &e. mat:lines that has toren invented. I mks 'tacit i Chicken 'sat Sad/ Par, Salt !Mem, with itel, pleasure in recominontling it to the public. 1 s i . his salt reetly eneeietes ulna iiithueniatory J. O. Ilarris, Goocenor Pi reautcs , t , , pains peculate to married ladles, (before and at and Pats evo'''""ia! a the time of continemetat) and manv Mantle rom s plaiots, anal is very etticatious in 'Fever, Ape, in;r ' i li a::x( b .l e ,:n u , t e lr . ` , l t l ol l'i g n o g, :d humor. NI aa• 'at , Wounds, Nervous 1111t1 Spinal Aft :nations and Catholic I sh'eulal insist UDOII Sabi. 01,), ..:lII4i Baia' having an eternal holiday in "...Ili. - ' anyuther forms of (mark this)inflaMMatery di sease, attended wtth heat, pain or febrile symp ration of their pod deeds for humanity. . —Cus s/as 31. tiny. toms. "I think it by far the best patent in use. This l (Er Persons who have a tendency of blood Machine can be adapted front the finest cambial,' to the head ar heart, or lead inactive lives, or to the heaviest Nassau'e. It sews stronger, ; breath Me impure air of manufactories and the faster and awe beantifially than ewe casts into- I poisonous Mutes of metals and' minerals, or Ike gine. II mine could not he Told:teed, money 1 is unhealthy climates, are exposed to a partici , could taut buy it."—Mrs. J. G. Wawa, Naeh.line vitiation of the fluids of the body, which one I 1 , •i//e, Tom. dote without interfereing with the diet or bus' • ,1 0 in its 1 mess, once in three months, would invariably work; is easily understood anal kept I ' "It 14 speed , veer neat, . and durable repair. o 1 , preveti,. It is beleived to Milani protection from infe i etiotto disease, and therefore travellers, savors , and soldiers should supply themselves earnestl • recommend this Machine to all say uc- a quaintanees y and uthers."—. "—.lira, . 11, ' 1 • I. "'"''' with it. Monjahis, Tenn. i eir While many nostrunt-makers victimise 'We find this machine to work to our satin- ; the good natured and pill-ridden public, oy or recd.', and with pleasure recommoud it to the deriag "from six to a dozen boxes of bottles, public, as wo believe Grover & Baker to be the 1 best S' m cut e any malady." no matter what—the u Sevin;;.lueltine in use. Brothers, . aersignell is happy in being able to state, that Allisonia, Truth the tierevilbt forma of recent inflummatery di "lf used oxr i os i roly f or fi„oily purposes, w ith 1 sease, was over come by one Acute package, ordinary care, I will wager they will last one a out! the most obstinate and long stundiug by 'three score sears and ten,' and slaver get out 1000 ['broil. package. It does just what it of fix."—Jahn E rai ki ne, N a g ai: ilk , T ara .. ! claims to do—and no mote, or less—equalizes the fluids by removing from the system all ar "l have had your machine for several weeks, serial and senoubobstructims. and am perfectly satisfied that the work it does iti," Fleas let your neighbors read this. is the best anal most beautiful that ever was.— a F. COGGSWELL, M. D., Maggie dlimiso, Nashville, Tenn. i DISCOVERER AND I'llOVRIETOR• . For . talent . ~t he, Cheap Drug Store , of Samuel "I use my Machine upon coats, dressmaking, ' anal fine linen stitching,- and the work is atlini- I S. 81111 t 1 lt" . • thaaaiiiagdcm, l “. I rable—lhr better than the best hand-sewing, or ; lab.l6 th 1850. i any other machine I have ever seen:'—/.dry ALTOONA, Blair co., July 3,'55. , B. Thompson, ..Vashailk, Tenn J. D Sarum:noun, LtwistOwn, Pa., "I find the work the strongest and most beau- Dees Sir—Mr. Wm. .. , tiful I have ever aeon. made qither by hand vr TININIIAVOII, who lass teen suffering several a machine, and regard the Grover & Baker ma- years from rheumatism, got so ill that his friends It blessings to our tad relatives were summoned to witness' his e s t ex h . l2 . s .lh' ' s. n? '/Il o y f fo t r i , in e'VEhTiti e c , , t 7'hini. , death. I inclueed his friends to try the virtue "I have ono of Grover & Baker's Sewing Ma- a of your preparation—they did so, as the last re; chines in use in my fa n fly , lid find it mvalua- a ; sort agd, to their astonishment and joy, he be n t o , got anti stout and now. . Mso • Mc. I can confidently recommend it to all per- so Mr as im l p rove know he is better halo and te stout man, ...is in want or " Inachlne'"—G' T. 17 "'"P"" , a This is net the oily case whore the GatvaxiC Xis/it-111e. Tenn. ; Ott, has surpassed human expectations. lu I "I take pleasure in cedifying to the utility of , avery case where I have recommended the Qtr., the Grover & Baker Sewing Machines. I I111"0 ! it has done what it promises to do. Send us used nun on almcst every description of work another s2o's words. a• ; for months, and find it much stronger than work Tours truly, 11. LEBER. - I done by hand."-31es. Lb. W. IV/teeter, Nashville A 18, '58-1v , ... . I Tenn. "I would ho unwilling to dispose of my Gro- tbat - a vahom[l . rem & Baker Machine fora large amount, could The Subscriber respectfully 'dorm the Pub -1 not replace it again at please. o."—Mrs. H.C. iit, that ho is prepared to receive and unload score:, Nashville TeMl. Cam containing Lumber, Bark, Staves, Shin " Our two Machines, purchased fromyou, do glee, Coal, Iron,,tc. the work or twenty young ladies. IVe with E. SCHREINER, pleasure recommend the Grover & Baker ton- S. W. Corner Broad & Callowhill Streets. chine to be the best in oso."—N. Stillman 6. Co. • Philadeldbia, Tree. ' - - • •-_ .. ^ Jan. sth 183%—Gut.