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Wednenday Morning, September 28,1859
sfirOu 'l . :Jur:day morning of last week,
a pheasant waa seen to fly against the
window, at the store of Mr. David Grove.
What brought "the lone wanderer" into
the streets of our town we are unable to
Caul. Jutanta —We learn that the En
eampm,mt, held at Lewistown, was well
attended—there being eleven companies
there. One hundred and eight tents were
pitched, while the streets of the town had
the necessary fixins" to give all it beauti
ful taste of display. Wreathes were sus
pended from one house top to another
through different parts of town. The Ex.
eelsior Cornet Band of this place, returns
home amid thowers of praise, as all who
have heard it play say that they can't be
We are pained to learn that James Platt,
a me nibt r of the Jaokson Artillery, of Mc,
.levy's Fort, this county, was mortally if
not fatally wounded, during the encamp
ment at Lewistown. it appears that he
attempted to pass one of the guards, when
the contents of a musket passed entirely
through him. A report was created t h at
a party of rowdies deolared their intention
to enter the camp and cut down the tents
when some of the guards charged with
horse shoe nails, and the consequence was
thst Platt had the nail shot through him.
TheLunn on guard was Court Martiuled
and afterwards dismissed.
Szwarro MscurNEs.--A table has been
prepared showing by actual experiment of
laur different workers, the time required to
stitch each part of a garment by hand, and
with the Sewing Machine. Thu superior.
ite of the work done by the machine and
the healthfulness of the employment, are
advantages quite as great as the saving of
time. We subjoin a summary of several
of tho tables:
hour, mitt. kl. M.
6,nta' abirte 1 5 13 31
Fr,ek coats 2 33 16 35
so tin testsl 14 7 19
Lines yens 0 48 5 11
Cktl pants 0 5t 6 10
Bum., pants 0 33 2 50
Seams of any considerable length are
stitched ordinarily by machines at the rate
of a yard a minute.
Attrosts.--Thelittiinnal months are
Isere; the summer foliage is strewn over the
sidewalks of our borough, and the inclem.
ency of the weather has driven the fair
daughters Of Huntingdon to other employ
ment than promenadiug, to a greater or lees
aegrec. There is a pleasing melancholy
in viewing the approach of Auturrin,which
all the bright coloring of Spring, and the
rich abundance of Summer cannot produce,
how quick the change tram Suntin,s's
scorching heat to the fading gory of Au•
tumn ! The fields are stripped of their
beautiful coverings and the trees strew the
ground with their leafy Insure. The beau
tiful flowers that were seen in the woods
are seen no more— their SWet , iIIICSS is de.
parted and their leaven are .withered and
fallen. Even the songsters of the grove
feel that nature now is fast fading around
them, and they bid '.farewell" to their fa
vorite homes and depart to a sunnier clime.
But a fox weeks since, and the sweet car
ol the birds of Spring saluted our ears, with
a pleasing melody; the dew was sprit/ling
in the sunshine elan April morning, and
the air was perfumed with the sweet smel
ling flowers. To this quickly succeeded
the meridian sun: the strength of nature is
now ?pent ; old Sol is gradually withdraw.
ing his vivifying rays, and Autumn's plea
titude, will soon be followed by Winter's
blasts and barrenness.
Medical Impoasibilit Lee.
For a long time a certain class of diseases
bare baffled the skill and practice of the most
eminent members of the regular medical foe.
ulty. Foremost amorg these we might in•
stance epilepsy or falling fits. Happily cow
by the skill and inventive genius of an eminent
e!,ernist of Baltimore, this disease has bar n
Drought within the means of a cure. We al.
lode to the preparation called the Vegetable
Extract Epileptic Pills, invented and prepared
by Dr. Seth S. Hance, of 108 Baltimore st.,
Baltimore, Md. Since their discovery who had
given up all hope of ever being cured, have
been restored to the full enjoyment of health.
Prominent among these we might enumerate
Mr. Harrison Lightfoot of Huntsville,
Mr. L. has sufferred as much from Epilepsy,
as any other person in the world : never know.
ing what it was to pass a week without having
An attack, and often in the streets of Huntville.
lie is now fully restored and has not had an at
tact for more than a year, Dr. Hance's Pills
have been the stue cause of the cure. Three
pills also cure all modifications of Fits, Spasms,
Cramps &c., mid are very serviceable for per.
eons of weak nerves, Dr. Hance, sends them to
any part of the country on the receipt of a re.
mittanee. Price one box, two, $5; twelve
$24. Address Soh S. Hance, 108 lialtiinere
street, Baltimore, Md.
4Our friend, Jas. A. Brown has just re.
ceived one of the largest and best assortments
of hardware oror brought to Huntingdon.—
By all means go to Brown's fur bargains.
sa-We atop our prods to adorn' our Wends
that Prof. Coyle and the Continentals intends
giving a grand concert on next Tuesday and
Wednesday evening.'; we hope it may be wall
WirSee the communication on the first
MR. EDITOR—Dear Sir: Having lately
travelled through several of the townships
in the lower end of the county, and been
brought a great deal in contact with the
people there, I sin enabled to give some
tolerable idea of political sentiment in that
locality. I find there is a determination
existing on the part of those acting with
the People's party, to adhere to the regular
nominations. The ticket placed before the
people by the late nominating convention
gives decided and general setisfaction, nod
will he supported Isom' the highest to the
lowest 011 it. The nominees are considered
first.class men, and every way qualified for,
and deserving of the offices to which they I
aspire. Efforts have been make and are
still snaking to injure the success of Mr.
Wigton, by misrepresenting the vote
relative to the tonnage tax. I have
not, however, heard ol any want of faith in
his Orthodoxy as respects fundamental re.
ligious truth ; and the real facts about his
vote on the Railroad question, last winter,
are getting to be understood, and his course
and veto in this connection are applauded,
instead of being censured, as rapidly as
I the people get to see his actual position.—
IMr Wigton'e straight forward statement to
tile pu"clic, in the Journal, of the 11th inst.
I will do good, notwithstanding the grain•
I mar of the version in the Union. By the
I by it seems a little odd that the same letter
of Mr. W.'s as a appease in your issue and
that of the Union is on different. I !Alp
pose you followed copy. Did ,Miltou,
lesser do so! People will here dill , . ••,
ideas of this thing. In either edition, !•
ever, of Mr. W.'s letter he does not faii
make himself fairly understood, and 'hi t
is, after all, what the public wants. There
is Ili ambignity, no labored attempt to be
misunderstood its his document. whertite:
the very elaborateness and careful cue
: sideration of WOlllO, and their position
which makes the address of Nlr. Africa to
the public conveys the idea that words'
with him are used to conceal and not t,,
convoy truth. The truth needs not the
aid of studied phraseology, and a world
be well for Mr. Africa in his communica
tions to the peop'e herimfter to emulate the
frankness .d fairness of Mr. Wigton.
Au increased mojarity for the candela.,
of the l'eople's party map be confidently
looked for fruit, the "lower cod." peel -
Dewy is shivered into too many fragnimitq,
and the Republican party are to firmly
united in this region to fail of splendid sue •
cese et the coming election.
ONE OP 'ZEE, PEOPLE.
MR. EDITOR• , Ili lurking over the Globe
of lest week, I see a commuciontiou, t rem
Barrett, signed by a "Republican," stating
that the ptospects of some of tb'.
candidates were quite premising- that it.
was a conceded tact that WOW of them
would be elected. perhaps we are as well
be tired up as the Barrett -Republica, -
and HO fitICII an idea is entertained tie iley •
men in tht• township, just the revery,
intend to vote fur every man on our ticket
Irwin A uditor-Genera I dew nto Cormier, and
elect them, toe, by such main-loco as will
leave Lorofoceinin in the shade. The
free laborers of this part of the county are,
not to be bought, sold or drove by the nig
get di icing democracy. It is quite annis.
mg to see route of the Locos begging rind
coaxing fur Republican voice, tutting them
there is nothing in title VIOCtiOII and thal
they will do as much for iht`Ol at SOM.! Olti
er GOOLIVOIen, you can't come that
guise .ever us this time; it is too lately
that you stigmatized us as wooly heeds,
Black Republicans, and every epithet that
would heap contumely un us es a party;
and should we vote for them, and elect
them, would they not crow over us and
and call it a Buchanan victory and laugh
at us yet? We say mend to your ticket.
We think we have quite as good Betiet as
they have; though some Of thin are clever
and social men -we respect theme-we will
treat them in war as eneinies, and in peace
as friends. We have had an opportunity
of seeing a considerable portion of the so.
tete of the county and they intend to re
buke those who presume on their creduli.
ty, The Onion, as it is called , in this
part of the county in in about as good or
der as Skunk's Cabbage, and about as
easily taken; while the 31 , be is a No. 1
among the Douglas Deue..cracy. We are
u Republican and no
Jackson tp., Sept, 19.
RAINSBURO, Bedford Co., Sept. 17.
Not. EniToa-•Drui Sir: Although
have been a reader of your valuable paper
fcr a nunider of yearn, neither °sleeted.,
curiosity nor unibitien has prompted me to
prepare a few thoughts for the pe. anal of
your earliest readers. When I. speak of
your readers I speak of those whose names
are written upon My memory ; and whose
friendship in like a bright star in the hori
zon of the past which in its revolution
silty gaze upon us in the future, For the
present .'our linen have fallen to us in pleas
ant placea." Thro' the energy and zeta of
our teachers—the diligence, perseverance
it ,: ambition of the students our school
has been made truly intere‘ting. Tim at
tention paid It; Normul instructions and the
great interest isiart,'!e.ted in the Literary
Societies is greatly iii ,;;vor of cur present
advenceinent and future inZerests. We
boast of the moral hattax 'exhibited in the
character of each student, The most :In,
gular truth obvious in comiection with this
place is that not a single student can be
termed a habitual smoker. The Sulphur
Spring of ibis blues to the favorable resort
of all, especially the ladies. It is certainly
one of nature's curiosities. The mountain
scenery in every direction is truly grand,-
the landscape moi'd level sad
for (+tined Scope Valley. The friend,liip
as exhibited by this community excels chat
of any we have realized in it stri,nge land.
In this place politics is it dead letter. Al
though a correlmodont of the Uniai, trrrn id
have you believe that the citizen, c..rrc d
nut the go,tlolll Mime , at fc hy
rtinurine anti driving. back to Slercfnci
it r rurinitway, we are ham,• io tell you
that men of trite American and honest.
pliblie.in principle, arc numerous in this
place. You have Ike best wishes and sin•
cero thanks of every Jefier,nrinto for the
donation pat have ti nfered. I but expo.-
the Pentinient of every member ; when I
say We highly esnmat th e fa• t w reeeiv.l
well ss appreciate the beneli, c i fined from
an earnest perthul of your valuable p,rioil•
ital. 0, M. 8.
PHIL/01E1.1'111A 81.10,niber 21, ISM
FLOUR—Superfine. per barrel, 504,5 00
" Extra. " " 5 25((0 40
14 11 family " 5 GOto G 50
Wheat—red, per bushel, I 15(it: 20
" White " 1 20(Att 31
an;erseed $5 50@8 ¶5 per G 4 pounds
Timothj seed, $l,BO to 2 00
Flax, per bullet $1 70
Anne :can Life insnrrw 'Prsist Co.
Cp.pil'al Stock - . o 00'J.
Contlittny . 4 Am, 61, - ^l,t, South
East o,lter nt' Fourth.
Lire Itivurinre HI Ilse usual
!: tetteal linf
Or at at • ', ee rent.
;LI l't,at ••1i , • , • .• lrnt•e.. 4
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Ito: i •
1 1 of 'I• • •
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with two exti •
lily it(latited • : :c
cif P.. 10;
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Tyypted to Le th
.1.1 II Solllll
rs t. ..r::? to Ow
1.),1V11. POIZILIt 1;0 \VNIAN
i,o1) FLF5,ll,ir iti
fiirm.tiern of rlio . pri.mice,+.
Aug. llst. IFsll.—tg.
FT . }
. t . . 1: i (r J. A. HALL DECit.
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toca . f r I. ?:, ;;, f .. i
Corifi,l , , 14,1. F,. 1 •
fititllB,l , 4l..s, (11,, , lilt'.,,
Sept. 11t 11-1.,14.-3 in .
FOR SALE .--Tito Two FRAME o n
D PLLI2VG ROUSES, on the 11. 4 ."
& Broad Top Railroad, near the Depot. The
purchaser to remove them before the lot ofJam
nary next. Inquire of
J. J. LAWRENCE,
Sept. 21, 1859.-31 Stip%
From the Quaker City Publishing Rouse I
100,000 CATALOGUES, new, enlarged and
revioed—now ready fur dietributton. Superior
Inducements to the public I A now and sure
plan for obtaining an. and atone,, WATCIIK%
nil valaable Full Ov
en In Catalogues, which will be scat toe tit all
Valtianie 4 i to north from 50 et, to $lOO,
GUALIANTEEI) to eaeh port haser. $109,-
000 in Gilts have been distributed to my t' root
within the past FIX months-- 50,0,0 to be di!•
tribute , " during the neat IN month, Tho in
•locentent,h•reri Agents are we, lilowdi than
tle,se Of any oth, house in Ile , 1.1141111 ,4 4.
1111,111;i been in the thihUsOon.: An llt , ,1-
1114: tut• the lost eight ncein. tar exile•
rienee tumbles tee to eonditet the ‘tilt Eon , -
Prize wull the creme. , e tod'.
CIVAGENTS IVAN I•I•.I) in even• town and
county. ice full partieiear, addre,s
Q , nther
Sept. 21st, '59.-2tn.
olt lIANS' COURT SALE.
By virtue of an order of thy Orphans' C•vtr'
ul Me.rter county, there will he expo ~s 1
hale at public auction tat the pretni.,3, on
Fogey, Oetulter lint, 11459, at IV o'clock, it.,
the following describe,' reed estate. viz :
1.51; ACRES 01 LA NI),
Situate in Millereek township. nounde , l on the
lima el ,Iren , pli E , , ,, - , •11 nod coln-Ft,
I'n4 I,t lama (4 . Lcvi M iinew by Inn l of
Benj. Thoinp . ,ion, nii•l Wedt Burrows nut
Borland; lute the property of en!,b Corbin,
Term:v-011e third in hand, and t 1 ',lance
in two equal mound paytmmts, with lomeo,t
6 0 7. confirmation of onto.
iNll'alol . Corbin, dec'd.
Millcreek,Sep er11, 1 ' 59 . -3 t.
COOK STOVE FOR SALE.
A SP]. ENDII) NLIT COW:
STO li ltu sale at fhb ollicu; it la cal- 1. 4
culated to burn wood or coal, It w , ll
ba offered low.
1 1 tinting:lmi i;rv.,
For E•l37tlon und •
Iletttl•t?in:f nrri , • I_ ;
L~~r,an,, , .~: ~~..
IT, • '•
releltuticd utt 'a t• i s r tttile ~t th'
Smith's Drug Sutra. h•or all ittlia.itattitttry
...is it i+ N certniu cure. (il•t a box Joe tty it,
who are elltictetl.
1 , 4. r tale tit Stnith'a Drug Slurs, Hunting
-W ASH T
ING CLOT BY PIIESSFE is
Alter fifty years experimenting, thepro
per allele has at lest been invented Mr women
in their hard labors em the wirs'ing day.
'IT IS EVEN SO."
Come and he convinced that we are ahead of
every machine in vse. INT the time. I, all' the
herd labor, and half the weer and tear is saved.
Little boys and wets can do the work fcr their
mothers. The undersigned have purchased the
exclusive 14'0., ot litintie,lia and Mifflin coun
ties. to Mill, and sell J. T. M1 . 11.1e8
Wt. gh-iie . t public cnatltHe
trulr tivit•liire. It Can
nur Pllopon te+loington
BALI, & PEIGIITA
We. the trro , errig*..ell, h:tvitnr. ilior
the ',hove rive:. if,. t..t,•. I e
(lit, the ,PHIC 1 , 1 "•
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unit kci tal,ll 1111., 11,1, for ,001.1.
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Huntingdon, Juno 15. 1 , 51). -ti.
10,C00 Volumes of Rooks for Sate.
$500,00 in GUIs for atry 1000 Sold.
lu to..ler to reduce my retentive stock I will
sell one thousand dollars worth of Hooka at the
regtilar retail prices or lens. and give ($590)
five hundred dollars worth of present. varying
in value from 25 cent. to $lOO,OO. Or, those
who. prefer can purchase at wholesale prices.—
My dock emotion of every variety mil •ityle of
binding. School hooks of every kind, whole.
solo anti retail. Sales to cumin..., 1 t . t Ith.
51. 01,0 N.
A general a.,,, , arenl Ma'nleg of on de
,riptiohv jr , ,t printed tend ihr ,ile ,e
Al•puilmn't ktvfer,e3 ) C-mmon ,TA,
.1 vol. 111
N1,;1t!., 10 Lich.l.,l,
P -.IA to .11(.1117;4 C
PHYSICIAN AND SUPtriF , :.O l l;
, OFFERS JIN 110 rrES,•
•• • • ;: • • ; ; to the iititrre 01 lIVNTINLOWN
li• , n on Hill strpo, in the house for•
meri copied by 1)r. H. A. Miller.
Aril 1.3, INW3.
110 ! THIS WAY.
roes wribotls trout to get into Rood bus'.
b. which filly can make from $75 to
Sled to riot.lh without hard labor? If Sasentl
Nlf. 5 cents ill Wl4llllOl or tnoriey, for return
',tug, mid by return mail, put will 011,11 0
irer.iiirs of the grao.b.,t.
-chew , : ever ttpi,ar..4 to 1111113. Disise.ensl
Georginii nod Uri to be jar:C.l.ll.le by
I • t 116111011 of :polo rti prop!,
A. C. I)ENSON, di
Dr. John IVlcCulloch,
Offer. Id, iirofes,iona I ,erviccs t t the
II antinnilon anti vicinity. 011ine, on Jlill at.
niguniery and Bath.
' Huntingdon, Ang. 29, 1956.
ILL.J'idi;/" .., C:•"'' . .
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Ehatio Enut!n?;don Pul.asyl7anla.
134 , 5::•41. - 4, A. .111,!prit;lyr ;roll Principal!
F. I. l'
aP th:• f.~ stir
~ +I „ ihr ." r. ~p
this . for of I.; .
eons in Maxie, Fri thawing, Painting and V p aiiny Needle Work, extra.
For further Twne:Wow address W. H. WOODS.
N. D.—lty those desiring places, early application should he made.
THE CAZ3VILLE ZETAMAZIY,
INT' , CL.:: , •_7I - Ina..a_i. 29 ,
4\ if) '.l7i 'it 'l — ?, E itsfi
I'AIE EN'T NC131!1,1, PN THE EstAD.
Sella for a Cottl9:,w‘. and A r li ve .,- ;
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r. it k'tit.tite iliseitmea, peculiar to
the rieetitql Sotin. o'er,
etc. It 11. te rider igt.rnting rind tonic intitt
emir Oft the alluring inthinoition where
it eaiats in thrt ntotntiel; end howele—and on
trial will he found indivpetisable to the well
being of every family. It will be found es well
adapted to adult) as children. Try it.
Prepared only by A. E 4EN WHINE,
Price 25 chi. ft bottle. Dimpeneing Chemist.
Ninth & sta., Philadelphia.
Sold by J. Rend, Huntingdon. and Druggirte
and Storekeepers generally. Play 25, '59.-Iy.
1859 . 5pi ? ... ; J:., ,,,, ,,7 1 :4; , :: . 11 ER 1 Qv°
, Oh! eNneetnilly Cilil the
t.f 0,, I ~tit,,,ncrs. 9•t11
It I/1., of 11 , .• town 119,1 coturry nvral
ly, to ot . t . s_i•,7 of
li1'411 , Y•:11:\)lli CLOTIIINq
rrlesrra ill tido
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11111, thtlri.b iCtit t
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Cad alt ,'le
31. Gl - 01AN & CO.
Slay 4, IF '.
Dicoroor of Itin StrP , to,
CII RISTA:N CI.)UTS. l'r;ipi it.tor,
Thin ntriii.l is well known an the
11,111,," I he location is superior to any other,
! hi.it: in the itetne.liate proximity to liiiminesH;
also to iho li.trtk and most Publ . ,: 011ie
It i., the flotermiefttioti of the Proprietor, to
keep this iati• ritt•tm . y to th e
pulrlie, hod it i$ ill: , di to all Vllll
11,01'1111,e at to 111•11, tl.•
.1.0114 lilt, 1 •ht. (11 .
!doe Ile very respeetrally bolie;t, the
pulriie patroemT. Apr. 13th '59
r Commercial, Foolscap and
j. .1? :11..-:a nl a 4 , , riment 11,r F,ll, tut
i re tm, hali 1,1111 quire or sheet. at
I.ewia . New Book and Stationery Store,
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t ' .1
. . Iti
~,,. ;.,, 'fetter, in
t`.!. !,.. Yuri, Ache, !-! , 10!
Agin •in one day. Care Felon,!.! •
Salt Rheum, in thrie 1.4
or, Palpitation, PleurLiv, in m, t o
ears Ae:hinis, palsy, Gout, ErTaipeht,, in tine
to 20 days. Cure Frosted Feet, Chiblain..,
Chronic Rheumatism, Stiff Joints, Sore Throat
Scarlet Fever, and the lame made to walk by
a few bottles. This Oil (De Grath's) is mild
and ;dement, r.nd is a great family Medicine
for children teething. &c. Ladies should all
use it. It always leaves you better than it
finds you, and one bottle often cures entirely.
Afflicted Thirteen rear.. and Cured fn On,
Read lettr, fromßev..TrelTernple.
Prof. (:1,01: I I,re Itflr,to , l for
T!!•• I W.: nt.,l
".1!, „ A i t non Wm n 11,1 MAIL I , ly
her Ynnr Eiet -
Irk. 0,1 I,:ts (11.111tt in 0411 week what th e phy s i•
cit./ of failed to do in tLirtLen
year, l; raft! Idly v, , nri.
Itl: V. JAMES TI:MPLE,
:110 B,,ltth start
DEA N ESS CUR ED,
tie 'lnvert, Miy 19th, Met:
Prof. De Grath : taw h, has L, nu eked
thniv yettrl. After trying moor thitt,t, Are INA
your llil it•few 11 ,, d it etm..l hint petite-
There are toilhermis imilathltat mitruag np
oa the rerttathat that my article has strfittiretl.
The pahlie tnadt hewitre, Th... are werthtee,.
For me, by S. S. Smith. litiiithigdon.
May 25 1559.
I ER'WATCH dL JEWELRY STORE
J. W. DUTCHER,
ltespectrully inlet ins the citizens of Minting-
don, vicinity, and the silt ',midi:, , win- .0„
try, th.,t 611119 eototo-n,ed hit stm in/
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M.,141:1.1. ..., 4 1 ,1:1., 11l N11N4:1 , ..ti, :1114!
!ll,po. tO l'ervi, , ` a shore or ',ollie pistron,,ge.
WATeIIES and C 1.. t IC iiti repaired in the
I,c4t workmanlike trantivr.
Ills stock of WAVIIIES ant JEWELRY
of tho besi, oif of whit+ he will dispose of St
The public generally are requested to give
hint a call itn‘l examine his stock.
WE beg lcave to call the atten
tion of the Trade, and more:
csi.cciaily the Physicians of the
to mu of the most popu- -
,-s Low before the public.
t,i !' i.e.:
rt.! , ..r to
lba )1 'Lane's Celebrated
Vcr rniiiige and Liver Pills.
We do not recommend them as
universal Cure-alls, but simply for
what their nanie purports, viz.:
TII E V E R3IIFUGE,
For expelling Worms from the
human system. It has also been
administered with the most satis
factory results to various Animals
subject to Worms.
TILE LI E'ER PILLS,
For the cute of LIV LA COMPLAINTS,
all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS, SICK,
I~CAD-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
Their unprecedented popularity
has induced the proprietors,
7 1 ,77 Tipir.:lP
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
undit•ided time and attention to
rri.tilu fact tire. And being de
that Dr. M'Lane's Cele-
Veinlifuge and Liver Pills
viii continue To occupy the high
they now hold among the
nedies of the day, they
contikue to spare neither time
nor expense in procuring the Best
and Purest material, and com
tlwin in the most thorough
Address all orders to
i VAG BIM. Pittsburgh, Pa.
on. ••••i. rinq fno,ll Other/
7 • • d.. 41 rlle their mit:.
- • I, /h. J 1 Law,. prepared ly
• I, T., Op., wirlling to give
- • A, n,ati, pont paid. to nny
i ' • r• bor et Pink for twird
r •i+l VerinlNSlt foe
• - A, r,1 , , from Canada mur,
r e '1
~' r!c OF!.
Dn. noorr, 4.4 D'S BALSAMIC
CU IL DIAL,
T peat etandard medicines of !At present
age, iare acquired IPAr great popularity only
through your, ce viol. Unbounded taiisfac-
Non is rendered by them in all rasa; and A,
peopk Aare pronownewi then worthy.
Liver Censetaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
Debility of the Nervous Eiyhtem,
Diseases of the Kidneys,
and ell disecses arieing from s disordered
liver or woo/inns of the etotwiteh and digestive
orgasm, are speedily and perenstiently aired by
the GERMAN 131STERS.
The Balsamic, Cordial has aspired a
repootion sucreoeirg that of any similar pre.
pararion mien , . It win ore, WITHOUT ran"
the most tercre and long-otanding
Cough, Cold, or aoursetess, Bronchitis, If
Bunn, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient
and h,a perf,rnted tit awes aitonirhing area
ever knor .•.
d fele doer* also at onet cheek and
nits the Plait es en. Diarrhosa proceeding
from ?as DowiLa
mer'freere ore prerored ly Dr. C. Xt.
JACLtur fl Co., No. Arr 4 Street, Phila
deld.lia, ord ore sold by devour" and
dealers ka rnedirines everywhere, at 76 rt , 4
per boqle. The .!mature of C. M. .7 er: s
will be on the oWris wrapper of earh
In the .dloranoe published cfir
propieturs, calied Evs.111.10117'?: AC,
you will find terlowny and comn,Li I,ty
nolien from all Tart. of eh. country. T 1,4
allmanaeo are given away by 411 our urn,.
FIT in untinpion by John Read end
S. S. Stuith end dealersgenerally through the
county. [May 11, 11459.-Iy.
Pahl; HEDVCED ONE HALF!!!
NUW =I3I3XCAL SALT
lI 4 IFLAMNIATORY DISEASES.
ONLY ONE DOLLA.E.
ellltOtile tt.Ed.tc.2:: 6250 t
JACK"( , N•;-; 111intinrden,
I'3. J. s. MILLER. I'w - weir:Ton.
itd.rnig big trienda and
the pwlJie generatir, tlvit he ;;;
hat , 6'n ,ti the "Jackson ' tt
end t sty, ,ccupled' hy Wm. R. Zeigler, ant
that i will 11,• pleased to receive, the call, 0 .!
all try,,r him with 111,ir patronage.
144 talje rill he inilkishea with Ole best the
market can and every attention will be
given t, make Olean with him fuel at it 'MY
I.ltudintion, March 30, 1569.
. :ohm Read and
,1.1). through tho