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posite Merchants Exchange, or 440
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-N.'f?. Warranted to give satisfaction
Tf N the matter of the estateof John
Ji Philippi, dee'd. ' "
- And now to wit August SOth, 1847, j
- I J O - II . i I . . 1
-r.uwaru ocun appointeu Autmor to as
certain the advancements made to the
heirs during the life time ofsaiddcc,d,
Snd report. ; . " -"
Extract from the records of
The undersigned Auditor will attend
o the .duties of the above appointment at
-Ins office in Somerset,5 on Saturday the
'3dday of October next when and where
all persons interested may if ihey see
if?ome'rt. Sept 28-47-4 1.
.TTN the matter of the account of George
,JL aieese Administrator of C. Rice,
, . And now to wit August 30th, 847,
Edward Scull, Esq., appointed Auditor
to report a distribution of the funds in
lhe hands of the Administrator to and a
wong the heirs and Jeral representatives
vi sauldec'J. . -
oT Extract from the records of
- l$said court certified this SOth
'vQjJcy f August 1847.
'B? II. PICKING, .
. TAKE NOTICE.
. The undersigned will attend to the
,cnties ol the above appointment at his of
- fice in Somerset, on Thursday the 21st
tl y of October next, when and where
all persous interested may attend.
-Somerset. Sept. 28-47-4 1
IN the matter of the account of Mary
Fream, late Mary Graham, Admin
'istrarix &c. of John Graham, dee'd, aud
the account of Mary Fream, Executrix
'&c. of Smiley Fream, dee'd, as far as he
was associated with ker in the Adtninis
"ratlan dc bonis non of John Graham,
And now to wit September 7th, 1847,
Edward Scull, Isaac Htigus and Daniel
IVeyaud, Esq'rs., appointed Auditors to
adjust the accounts, to report the facts
,anu it necessary a new account.
W. H. PICKING,
. That the nndersigned Auditors will
, meet t the oflice of Edward Scull, in
, ihe Borough of Somerset, on Friday the
.2Qi!idayof Octobe next, to attend to
. tue duties of the above appointment when
and where all persons iuterested mav at
tend. ED. SCULL,
ISAAC HUG US.
Somerset. Sept. 28-47-4t. Auditors.
A VALUABLE FARM,
4 In Donrgal tp Westmoreland Co., Pa.
.npHE subscriber offers for sale a
. JL ALUAULE TRACT OF LAND
suuate in Ligonier valley, Donegal tp.,
, W eslmoreiaud couniy. Pa., containing
v . . 1ST ACRES,
adjoining lands of John Galbraith, John
Philippi, Joseph Beatty. John Withe-
:row and others, cne hundred acres are
Heared, and in a good state of culiiva
iJpn, the balance is weli timbered, there is
25 acres in meadow,
and 20 acres sowed in timothy and clo
ver last spring The farm is well wa
tered; the Loyalhanna creek passing
throuffh it, and a number of never faif
springs of water thereon; there is on
.the premises a large and commodious
. Tito story Frame 3ot!c
-and kneben, a bank bam, smoke house,
and a saw mill on a good site; there
;is alio an apple orchard and sugar camp
n the premises. The sbovetract is
'situated in a good settlement, convenient
mill, within 2 miles of Centreville,
ai.d C of L.gonier, Laughlinstown and
.Uor.egal. Any person wishing m n,,r.
.chase will please call oa Joseph Llovd,
Centreville, or Ephraim Lloyd, Donegal,
u-lw will show the premises and make
known the terms. A good Daxgain will
t n. ' JOHN LLOYD,
; v'iSaiJ court 'certified this 30th
- S&'isS'&E day of A ugust, 1 847- 1
' : PICKING, 1
sil'. Extract from the
iaid court, certified
. ? fJj 5laj of ept, 1847.
rESN-UEHS his professional service
JLr to the citizens of U&mrevtlle and
TicraitT. ia office is .'at the White
Hail Inn, Joeepb Pile',) where' at ail
times fee may be found, unlets absent on
professional bus i nessrV juue3-tt
To theLafHes.' -
ICH.New aiid Fashionable Dress
good, such as Plain and Figured
Silks, CUck French Merinos, Plain and
FigflredMtislinlelaincs,' Cashmere j
Earleston.Twilled and FrencliGinghams;
Plain, Plaid ainl S"irijed Alpaca, from
25 cts. to S1.25 per yard, and a large
tot of Calicoes from 5 to 20 cts. per
yard at " " " ' ' '
Xcw Copper, Shcet-IroiV
C 1 1 A UNC K V F. B EAINF. lL .
ESPEC TFXJ l.LY iuforrrw ite cil
vzens of Somerset and its VieiniJy,
that !r hns commenced the above business
in the white frame buldi"gt on . main
cross street, immediately south of J. J.
& II. F. Sclieir store, and nearly oppo
site tire store of M. A. Sanner, where alii
jersons who wish topurchasea
Good, Neat and Cheap .
article in his line would do well to -call
Having purchased entirely new stock
and tools, and also the newly invented
"Patent Tinning Machines,'' he is en
abled notenly to manufacture ware"
Superior to any
in Hie county, but also to seil the sameg
at niticn lower prices ihan heretofore of
fered. All articles offered for sale will
be made by - himself, personally, and
warranted good, or if found otherwisei
the article can be returned, atwuhe mon
ey refunded. Merchants, who keep
tin ware to sell would do well to call, as
he ; is satisfied .fee can sell 20 per cent
lower than any otner shop in the county
'All kinds of country produce, Wheat,
Rye, Oats, Butter, Eggs. &c, taken in
exchange for ware- Remember the
shop is on main cross street, south of the
Diamond. . '
Stove pipe at 12 cts. cash. t
Somerset, Sept 21-47 4t. ' ;'
Copper, Sheet-Iron and
One doar cast of the "tf-eraU" Office, and im
mediately opposite Sfahl's Hatter SJwp,
street, fcomerset, ra.
ALEXANDER SHAFFER, .
WOULD respectfully inform the ci
tizens of Somerset and vicinity
that he has purchased from J. II. Ben
ford & Co., their entire slock, and that
he will continue to manufacture, TIN,
. Copper and Sheet-Iron-ware, :
at the old stand. Having lately purcha
sed at Cumberland, a fresh supply of
tin, sheet-iron arid copjer, fie is now
prepared to make to order all kinds of
ware in his line of business. His work
shall notbesurpassed in sty leor durability.
Merchants and others
who keep Tin-ware for sale had better
give him a call, as he can sell them ware
as low as it can be bought at any other
shop of the kind in thecounty. Appro
ved country produce taken tn exchange
for ware.- Mending done on short no
lice, and reasonable prices. Remember
the shop is on Main street, one Jeor east
of the "Herald" office, Somerset, Pa.
August SI, 1847.
HOTEL for VAL.IDS
Drs. Speer and Kuhn.
npHE object of this establishment is
A to supply a want greatly felt by re
spectable travellers on our western high'
waysby residents, without family, ta-
hen sick and by patients front the sur
rounding towns and country who resort
to this place for relief Irom surgical and
other diseases. Such have often suffered
from the want of the various comforts
and attentions so necessary and agreeable
to the sick, and from careless and un
faithful nurses; and been subjected lu
heavy and unreasonable charges. "
Invalids will here be provided with
constant, faithful and comfortable atten
dance, snd at a rate mueff below the usu
al charges. " ' ,
While the care of both physicians will
be extended to every variety of disease,
it is intended by Dr. Speer, to give spe
cial attention to . - -ALL
nrsEjisEs of the eye.
To these branches of his' profession 1
he has given a large share of his atten- I
ion for the last tweniv-five vears. 9nr)
be will continue to devote to them the
experience acquired by a constant prac
tice during that time. ". ' i. --. :
The Hotel for Invalids is not an exper
uncut, hs establishment is suggested
not only as necessary to supply an evi
dent want in this city," in the entire ab
sence of any special Drovisinn fnr itia
sick, but is warranted also by the success
oi similar institutions at Cincinnati and
New Orleans the former nnr tk
of Dm. Taliaferro, Marshall and Slrader
vf 1akUeraunder that of Dr. Stone.
I he budding selected for lhe purpose
is situated at the ccrner of Federal and
Robinson streets, in Allegheny city, ad
joining the city of Pittsburgh, h js
commocions and roomy, anJ furnished
with all accommodations necessary, for
he sickj .'; ; 1 A
Applications for admission to be made:
to the subscribers', at their offlceon Penn
BtreeuPIusburgh, or at the establish men t.:
tCrNo contagious diseases will be adj
?illev: ' J. R- SPEER, M. D.
a Lot of Blank Deeds justprin
ted, on fine white paper, and
hoy lor sale at this oince. -
S tCrCilizemtof 5o;ierc.C3 " i ;
Paasel Reflect U llecide !!!
Men may cry pi ace I peace 51 wiieri"
there is no peace!!!
The -war ! is actually begn !! bur Gen.
Taylor . never surrenderV .'neither Joet
the 'ReV.B. , Hiboard Vegetable A n'r
bilious Family Pills; where they 'once
charge upon bilious diseases, such as
bilius,'remittinjf, intermiHing, conges-
live, typhus and eruptive fevers, bilious
chcilic, cholera morbus,. tlysentary, sica
head-ache, '&cV in short all diseases aris
inc frofei i disordered state of the stom
ach and blood; keep the liver stimulated
into healthy action,' the blood cleansed,
from all impurities, and yen are certain'
to procure and maintain uninterrupted
ffood health. The most potent purifyer
n of the blood'and corrector of the fiver Is
Females if you. are unwell,' procure
and.; use Kev. . B. Hibbard's vegetable
pills, they reopen all obstructions, cle&tree
the, system,' purify the blood and give
anirBttisn, health and beauty to all who
use them, such ,as you aaDot receiv
from the nse of any other meflicine. -Dose
half a4"Mll. , ; .
Dyspejxics on't despair, here is a
certain cure. Dyspepsia of ten years
standing, and after ali other medicines
had (ailed, has been cured by the use of
Rev B, Hibbard's pills taken in quarter
of pill deses, -three time a -day for three
wetfts, ' - ' , '; '
Doctor J Wildemnth, of Montgomery
co., Va., says he has used them in his
practice for three years, and finds them
lire best medicine he vias-ever 4iseck never
being disappointed in any case lie em
ployed them in. We refer you to him
These piMs have such a regulation in
Illinois, that they have given to them
the name of "King Pills." " Try them,
you who are ill, and want a cheap, safe,
certain and speedy remedy. Dose from
J half a pill to two pills. . Circulars can
be had if agents free of charge, 1 '
Price 123, 25 and 50 cents per box.
Sold by the -following agents, viz; -Snyder
& Zimmerman, Stoystown,
Samuel Kimmel, Pine Mills,
Walier Chalfant, Allegheny Summit,
J. H. & E. Benford, TSnydersville, 5
Michael Sipe, Somerset tp. "
William M'Creery, Druggist, Somer
set, Pa., General and supply ing agent for
this county. "
WHE Great Preventive Medicine!
Though Wright's Indian. Vegeta
ble Pills have achieved triumph upon tri
" .s f
umou, in tue cure oi obstinate cases o-
disease, even after tltey had been eniiref
ly given up, and after all other remedies
had failed, yet their power of prevention
may be justly esteemed their growing
glory! Storms," it is said, "purify
th , air,'" but storms do mischief also,
and are so. far an evil. Were it within
human power to maintain the Electrical
equilibrium between the earth and air,
there would be no occasion for storms,
for the air would always be pure. ,
So of lhe human body. If kept free
fiom morbid humors, the action is regu
lar and healthy. But if those humors
are allowed to accumulate, a crisis, or.
in other words, a storm, will arise, which
is always more or less dangerous.
- Wright' Indian Vegetable Pills are
equally wen calculated to prevent the
II II aft.a .
storm, or to allay it when it comes. . But
prevention rs better than cure, besh'es
being cheaper and less troublesome.
lhe delay of a Uav in the commence
ment of sickness has often proved fatal,
and always renders the case more diffi
cult to manage. 1 '
Let the sickness be caused by chan
ges of weather, high living, want of ex
ercise, close confinement, functional de
rangement, or anything else, the effect
upon the body is much the same is
equally dangerous, and is removable by
the same means ... "
- Have you a cold? Let it not ripen in
lo Consumption. Are you Dyspeptic?
Beware of the hypochondria. Two
Pills taken every other night on an emp
ty stomach, for a short time, will, in nine
cases out of ten, cure the Dyspepsia,
and thereby drive away the legion of
"devils blue." For Headache, no me
dicine ts superior to (Fright's Indian
Vegetable Pills. Costiveness, that pros
lific mother of disease, is caused by a
torpid state of the liver, whieh ihese
Pills effectually cures. By striking at
lhe root of disease, Wright's Indian Ve
getable Pills prevent all and cure all.
They can hardly ever be taken amiss, if
used with common discretion; and we
commend them to the use of those who
have not yet tried ihem.
" " ItW ur n f f 'ni, nlnrfa'tlm nf Ml l-In.U
Some ate coated with sugar; others are
made to resemble in outward appearance
the original medicine The safest course
. t a .
is, to purcnase iroin tne regular agents
only, one or more of whom may be
found in every village fc town in the state.
Agents for Somerset County.
: PARKER fc ANKENY, Somerset,'
M. A, Ross, Petersburg, ,
Samuel Kimmel, Pine Mills, c" . "
' G.Parker & Co, Jennerville.
. Michael Sipe, Somerset township, ;
Aughinbaugh & Brubaker, Centreville
Stevens fc Schlag, Bakerstown, - '
I. Shaffer Sr. & Co. Stoystjwn ;
. W. Chalfant, Buckstown, ' - 2
Hay & Baer Lavansville,' J- -
..J. C. Darrell, Smitbfield. - tr -y:
Offices devoted exclusively to the sale
of IFrighCa Indian ; Vegetable 'Pills,
wholesale' and retail, 169 Race Street,
Philadelphia;: 28S Greenwich Street.
New.York,andjlQS Tremout Street, Bos-
IN the natter of lhe 7 account of Abuer
Yoder, Admim3iratbr of Johh'Wigle,
dee'd, and a!so"ia the'Ealier of the estate
of laid dee'd.w tr V;-; : : -t
iri And now to wit September 6th, 1817
Edward Scui!, SamueV. W. Pearson snd
R. i StewarivEsqrs, appointed Audi-'
tors to. ascertain advancements andre-;
port'a distribution of the funds of sail
Administrator to and among the chil
Jren -and legal;' representaiivcs: of sai4
deceased according lo Law. ... ; .
, Extract, from the records of
,8a'd court certified , this Gilt
5 & day of September A.' D. 1347.
ik-. wm. u: picking,-:
- V V.. Clerk;
The undersigned Auditors will attend
to the duties of the above appointment at
lhe ofTue of Edward Scull, in Somerset,
on Tuesday the 26ih day of October
nex when and where all persons in
terestefl may attend.'. , , '
v :s; W. PEARSON.
" : 11. L. STEWART, ;
Somerset, Sept. 28-47-41. , Auditors.
VMCAWEJi'S SVGA li COdTED
Vegetable Purgative Pills. ' I
' A"RE Tmrversally arrfitted -to operate, not only
as an effectual preventive, but 'as a "never failing
remedy, in all disuses which can effect, thebu
wau frame. Healach, Indigestion, Rheumatism,
Piles, Scarvy, Dropsy, Small-pox. Ciiolcra-morb-Ds,
Worma, Whooping-cough, Consumption--JaanSIce,
Quincy, ' bcarlatina, Liver conaplaint,
Apoplexy, Cancer, Measles, Salt-Rheum, Fits,
Heart-burn, lirefcipilas, Dcatness, Itchinga of the
kin,cldd- gout, gravel giddiness, pains in the
back, inward weakness, palpitation of the heart,
risings in the throat, asthma, fevers of alt kinds,
female complaints, stitches mtbe side, spitting
of blood, " sore eyes, scrofula, st. aothony's fire,
lowness of spirits, flsoding, fluoc albus or VVkkes,1,
Gripes, king h evil, lockjaw. Hysteria, bile on the
stomach, and all bilious affections, pleurisy
croup, swelled feet and legs, swine-pox, white
swelling, tremors, tumors, ulcers, vomiting, and
others have successfully and repeatedly fbee
vanquished by their powerrol arm.
? : They havo been known to effect permanent
cures when all other remedies had proved una
vailing, and in the last stages of disease.
Tfcey tiave in ruany cases superceded the pre
scriptive skill of the most eminent Physicians,
and received besides their unqualified commend
ation. - - - " ;
They have beta repeatedly recommended by
men of the most distinguished characters,
throughout the land, and been sanctioned in Eu
rope by noblemen and Princes of Vioyal Blood. :
They have been introduced into the Hospitals
of Edinburgh, Paris, and Vienna, and through
out the disirrtcrcstcd exertions of our foreign am
bassadors, they have received the favorable com
mendation of the Emperor of Russia, and his Ce
lestial Majesty of the Chinese Emperor.
4 dj-Scarcely a Packet vessel f any repute
sails from the port of New York, withcut aa a
butidant supply of the sick jias's xetxh fail
ixe triexd. (jAgencieshave been establish
ed in alt the principal cities of the union, and ap
plications are constantly reaching us fiom al
most numberless villages iu every section of the
country..' Testimonials of their marveHerua ef
fects are pouring in from all quarters and in
such numbers that we have no time to read half
of them. What stronger or more conclusive
evidence than these important facts cantTse most
skeptical desire? It is possible that the many
thousands who tried CLICKNEK'd PILLS,
can be deceived iu their results! If any impostor
or quackery existed, would it not long ago have
teen held up, as k should be, to the seera and
derision of a justly offended community.
Remember Dr. C. V. Ck'ckner is the original
I inventor of Sugar Coated Pills, and that nothing
of the sort was ever heard of, until he introduced
taem in 1834. .Purchasers should, therefore, al
ways ask for Clickner's Sugar Coated Vege
table Pills, and tate no other, or ihey wili be
made the victims of a fraud.
PRICE 25 CENTS PER BOX.
Dr. Clickner's principal office for the sale of
Pills, is 66 Vescy stteet, New York.
: Wm. Jackson, 60 Liberty street, head of Wood
street, Pittsburgh, Pa., general agent for West
ern Pennsylvania, Northern Ohio, and the Kir-
r csiniies oi Virginia.
Sold by the fallowing dIy appointed Ageata
lor Somerset county, Pa.
J J & II F Schell Somerset
. Edmund Kiernan Jcnner Roads
SnyIcr & Zimmerman Stoystown
Phillippi & Kiernan Roxbury .
Charles Krissinger Berlin
P Jc W Meyers Meyers Mil!
: Miller & Dively Salisbury l
. Grantsville, Md.
SC II McUhesney Smilhfickl
Samuel Elder Pelersburgh
Peter Levv, Davidsville,
Elias -Staid Mount iPcla. -
. Likewise sold by the same Agents,- the gueit
RE3IEDI OrXATIJHE, , '
A M ERIC A NOIL,
procured from a well in Kentucky, 135 feet below
the surface of lhe earth, a certain and infallible
cure for Infiamatory rheumatism, spasms, colic,
sprains, strains, cuts, bruises, scalds, burns, tet
ter, erysipelas, scald head, croup, inflamatory sore
throats, &C. &C .. -
Price 50 cents per Bottle.
CAUTION. In order to be sore of obtain
ng the genuine, purchase only of the general
agents for Western Pennsylvania, Win. Jack
son, No. 89 Liberty street. Pittsburgh, or through
sub-agents appointed by him for its sale, each of
whom wid have a show bill, and general di
rections in pamphlet form, containing the names
and address of the proprietor and General Agents
for Western Pennsylvania as follows:
D. Hail & Co. proprietors, Kentucky.
Wm. Jackson, General Agent for Western
Pennsylvania, No. 89 Liberty street. .Pittsburgh,
to whom all orders must be addressed.
UUd&Kvi, t.acu bottle is enclosed in one
of the above named pamphlets, and the name of
Wm. Jackson (the general and only wholesale
ngent for Western Pennsylvania) printed on the
outside of the label,
- And in addition to he sold by the same agents
Dr. Thompson's Carminative
So justly celebrated as a sovereign remedy for
all Bowel Complaints, Diarrhoea, cholera morb
us, fiux, summer complaints of children and a
dults, &c. prepared only by Dr. Edgar Thorn
(now of New York city, formerly of Pittsburgh.)
For the last two years this celebrated and un
surpassed remedy for the abovo complaints have
been well known, and extensively used in Pitts
burgh and surrounding country wuh unqualified
success which fendcis it unnecessary to parade
a long : list of testimonials in its favor, which
could readily be done. Suffice it to say " that
numbers of the most respectable persons in Pitts-,
burgh and vicinity nave used and proved its
wonderful efficacy. s It is a -Vegetable and scien
tific preparation predicated upon the unalterable
Laws of Naiare, adapted most certainly to re
move the cause that tie effect may cease with
out egotism, i It can truly be pronounced one of
the best remedies for the above complaints in the
.United States. o family should be without it.
no? any person take a lenghthy journey without
a suppiy oi ims invaiuaDidpttparaUoa
fSt Z"" Bonnets.- , . ..r?
TtVlQREN CE Braids. Straw. Sotlarid
Jij, and Velvet Bonnets, cheap at
; ' - "J- M. H)LDERBAUMS. ,
John . roddv.
:XaT7 Partnership, i';:. V .:
r y E Y A N D AND RODDY,
A tlorr.eys at .Law, will attend punc
'u. tually to all business entrusted to
them. "' Collections and other business
solicited. Office immediately opposite
the Hotel of Wm. II, Picking, Main
street, Somerset, Pa. sept. 21 47-3m.
THE undersigned, would inform the
citizens at large, that they have fit
ted up a steam engine in complete order,
which will enable them to say th?t they
can compete -whli any 'establishment in
Western Pennsylvania, in the, way of
casrinfs. Tlietr -casting will consist in
part, of -
Stoves, Grates, Ploughs, and
JPlough Points''und all kinds and dej
cription ef HO L LOW-WARE. i
They have also fitted up turning lathes
and are ready at ny tame to take in tur
ning, which will be done on tire short
It has been but a short time since the
above -named Foundry lias been pat in
operation, and the undersigned are thank
ful for the very flattering support alrea
dy offered them. They would also add,
that they hope to give satisfaction to all
who will hereafter give them a call.
; ARMSTRONG & CO. '
Somerset, Aug2 4, '47-3m
50,000 Victims every year
"FALL A PREY TO CONSUMP
TION, ASTHMA AND RA
. SING BLOOD, HECTIC
- FEVER AND NIGHT
Mrs. Adams, 126tn street, Harlem,
suffered a year with a cough, pain in ike
chest, night sweats, and all the aggrava
ted symptons of Consumption; nothing
relieved her till she tried Sherman's
Balsam half a bottiecured her.
ULCERATED LUNGS AND LIVER.
Mr. E. T. Lawrence, Jackson street,
Brooklyn, after Jyears -of suffering, and
treated by various physicians, was pro
nounced incurable from ulcerated lungs
was supposed, he tried the Balsam-;
its effects were most miraculous; two
bottles cared him.
PLEURISY AND CONSUMPTION.
Mrs. Baggas, residing at 88 Sheritf
street, 70 years old, has been subject to
attacks of pleurisy awd. consumptive
coughs fr years. The Balsam has
saved her from very great suffering.
A STH MA A N D CON SUM PI 10 N.
Iv J. Beals, 89 Delancy-street gave it
10 ins sister-in-law who Had been an in
valid for years from Asthmavto another thal n0, one could doubt, fully establish
considered as in consumption. It re- For the sake of brevity we
teved them at once, so that thu- iraw!
led several hundred miles.
SPITTING BLOOD .
Is always alarming. It leads to the
worst kind of Consumption, and nnless
arrested in time is generally fatal. Sher
man's All-Healing Balsam is lhe best
remedy it heals the wounded or ruptured
blood vessels of the Jungs, and
efiects a permanent cure, while other
remedies only stop the blood for some
time. A few doses of this Balsam will
satisfy the most skeptical that it is the
medicine required It hast been success
ful in : many cases, and that too where
ihey bad run into a rapid decline, or, as
mre gererally expressed, "HASTY
ot those of middle age, are more subject
to tnese attacks man the aged.
Price 25 cents and $1 per bottle.
Sold by the following duly appointed
Agents lor Somerset county, Pa.
J. J. & H. F. ekhe!!, Somerset,
: Snyder & Zimmerman, Stoystown,
Edmund Kiernan, Jenner Roads.
; Phillippi & Kiernan. Roxbury,
Chas. Krissinger, Berlin, "
P. & W. Meyer, Meyer's Mill,
Miller & Dively, Salisbury,
. " Grantsville, Md.
S. C. II. McChesney, Smitbfield,
Samuel Elder, Petersburg!!,
Peter Levy, Davidsville,
Elias Siahl, Mount Pela.
i Likewise, Dr. Sherman's Medicated
Lozenges, Tooth Paste, and Poor Man's
COUGH LOZENGES. These Lo
zenges are a safe, most sure and effectual
remedy for coughs and colds, tightness
ol tne lungs or chest, &c.
WORM LOZENGEa-These Worm
Lozenges have been proved in more
than 1,400,000 cases to be the infallible;
the only certain worm destroj iu? med-
icine ever discovered, it was reserved
for Dr. Sherman to invent a medicine to
destroy worms that children would take.
Child ren will take these Lozenges and
cry fcr more.
DR. SHERMAN'S TOOTH PASTE.
A premium Dentrifice, the best article
known for. cleaning and Whitening the
teeth, strengthening the gums, sweeten
ing the breath.
SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S PLAS-
1 F1R.M I flf hf"Ci ctronrrllian inrv n!ilp
inahe world; a sovereign remedy for
pains or weaKness in
-vs, won i 3.7 11.4 fciiw uata
sides, breast, fcc. &c. One million a
year will not supply the demand. War
ranted the best and cheapest. One that
will prove the fact.
CAMPHOR LOZENGE.S celebral
led for giving almost immediate relief in
nervous and sick headache, palpitation
of the heart, lowness of spirits, &c.
"...'The above Lozenges, Tooth' Paste
and Plaster,, sold by the "above .agents
fo' Dr. Sherman'a Ail ilealbg Balsam.
Sept, 21, 1847, . r - py.j-
."Caps! Gaps!! :Caps!IP:
MEN and Bcj.' Fur, Cloth, Plush
il air-Seal aa4 Glazed ap$, Tery
cheap at "" ' ,M " T
' J. M. IIOLDERBAUM'S Stor-.
k N sppTtmtke to the Hatting busL
f ness.- A boy from 14 to 10 years
of age, of good moral character, can ob
tain a-situation by matin;? immediate
application to " JOHN C, KUIUZ,
v Spt2H847 . mersel 1
THE undersigned give notice that
thsy have lately erected Qn ijie janJ
of Samuel Bojer, in Brothersvalley town
ship, 3 miles south of Berlin, a Urge
which ia now in successful operation.
The oven is conveniently to a coal bank
which will enable them to bum aad fufI
nish any quantity of lime on short no
tice, and at the low price of
8 cents per lnsbcl.
They are assured that they can furnish
as good a quality of lime as can be hai
at any other Kiln i this county or else
where. All persons are invited to give
thera a call, and if they are not satisfied
with the ahty and prices, they neel
Consumption of the Lungs.
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD
CHERRY A compound BaS
.samic preparation from Wild Cherry
Bark and Tar the best remedy known
to the world for the cure of Coughs,
colds, asthma, croup, bleeding oftho
lungs, whooping cough, bronchitis, in"
fluenza, shortness of breath, pain and
weakness in. the breast or side, liver
complaint and first stages of consump
tion. We will not assert that this Balsam
will cure Consumption to its very worst
form, bat it has cured many after all
other means of relief had been tried in
vain. And why not t It seems that
WILD CHERRY was designed by Na
ture to be our PANECEAfoTthe ravaging
disease of this cold latiurie. Let not the
despairing invalid waste his money and!
lose time, to him so ail important, in ex
perimenting with the trashy nostrums of
the day, but use at once a medicine that
will cure, if a cure be possiblea medi
cine that science approves, and many
years of experience has demonstrated,
that it always relieves.
Thtre Is no such thing us fair in
the history of this wonderful BALSAM.
Evidence the most canvirrcing- evidence
ll ,u"uw? om tuousanu?
Isaac Piatt Esq., Editor of the Poogh
keepsie Eagle, one of the most influen
tial Journals in the state ot New York,
states, under the authority of his own
name, that a young lady,' a relative of
his, of veTy delicate constitution was at
tacked in February, 1812, with severe
thereby c.t vnick immediately produced spit
s nthr lin2 of blood, cough, .fever, and other
dangerous- and alarming symptons
Through medical treatment and carosho
partially recovered during the summer.
But on the return of winter she was at
tacked more violently than at first, she
ubbaiub 9i.ofv.-ci aula 10 wajs, ana was
troubled with cough, , chills, and fever
every day, and appeared to be goinj
rapidly with Consumption ; at this time,
when there was no sine of improvement,
Mr. Piatt procured a bottle of WIS
TAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHER.
RY, which she took, and it seemingly
restored her. She got a second, and be
fore it was half taken she was restored
to perfect health; which she has enjoyed
to the present time, without the slight
est symptons of her former disease.
The following we have just received
from Messrs. Fall, McCracken fc Co.
agents for the sale of Wisiar's Balsam
of Wild Cherry, at Lancaster, Ohio.
To the Public I feel it my duty as
an act of kindness to the afiltcied, to in
form them what Wisiar's Balsam of wild
Cherry has done for my daughter.
There is many a parent who has given
up a beloved daughter or son, as a prey
to that fell destroyer consumption. They
have, as I have done, iried all the most
skilful and eminent phvsicians within
their knowledge, and all of the most
popular remedies that seemed to hold
oat some hope for a continuauce of life,
without getting any relief. fZT'Vo all
such who, like me, have" been seeking
with trembling hope for some remedy of
real efficiency, I would say, seek no
farther but try at once Dr. Wistars Bal
sam of Wild Cherry. My daughter Sa
rah jane, aged 17 years, whose life for
months had been dispaired of, and was
supposed a sure prey I to! consumption,
has been cured . restored to perfect
health ; and that too by usinir- five' hn'tl
ties of Dr. W (STAR'S BALSAM OF
,.reeRfield rP Fairfield city, O March
Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $5.
bo d in Cincinnati on th rnmpr a
Fourth and Walnut streets by ' '
; SAN FORD & PARK, .
-' Gen'l agents for the "Western StatasT
. Agents for Wistar's Balsam."
S. KURTZ, Somerset,'
J Lloyd & Co, Donegal, S
X S Philson, Berlin, . 4
,. II Little, Stoystown, .;."'. . ,.
G H Kevser, Bedford, ?
October 20, 1846 ly "