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the lecro vor1ed, called n 3ca- SrotJ
v! stopped the further effusion of blood
hy recaUinff the troops, and every t-ttf
js now a quiet a tf ao hotiliti etsted
We killed nearly e thousand lepers
and lost lulled and wounded awt one
hundred men. . n.. ru..
History carmot point to more Twlhnnt
anions cor to more successful campaign.
Evcrv effort of our arms ins been crown
ed wi'th success, and every officer and sol
her has rendered himself worthy xf his
" SOItTERSET BIIR AU)T
V. B. PALMER, of ,hiblc!lh'n ftl his
lUal Ei-ute anJ Cna! OJilr, is our attfhfmed
A-rciit for olti-itiff Ailvertiroem nJ tfulv
,.ri!us -HERALD and cUithrd
fv-i:u full fwcr to -rccfipt for anj monies pil j
him un these objects. H aenrv includes
the f jjlcwjng cities. viz:-Philadelphia, New
lorkj tfahimore aod Cotton. j
TV. CAIM, Pnn Buildings, Nortfc Hast
Mrncr of TliirJ and Dock Street, W WeF
haDt Exchange, or 440 No& fourth street,
I'!)i!ailclphia, i authorized to xccrire AdvertW
monta and tSubsrripttont farthe -HERALD,"
s)d i3 ciotH-d wiik ftlll f ower to recey Sot all
jmoiiicn priJ iim on these dbjrct.
Internal Improvement Meeting.
'I'lie citizens of Somerset countyjfr.iend
v to tie -contrucUn tf a Kail iiond
4liroug1i ihe county, a-sd the improve
uient of our turn rule rad f rotn Cumber
land to intersect sUrk water navigation
at West Newton, or eifher of the above
important objects, arc requesed to meet
at the Court House on Monday evening
(November J5thJ of next court week.
THAXKsomxo. The 25th of Novem
ber has been designated as thanksgiving
iay in theallowing States:
Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York,
Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky, Florida,
Maine, Mew Hampshire, Massachusetts,
Connecticut, and New Jersey,
fC7Cour'terfeitS,s on th Mei-3aats'v
and Manufacturers' Bank of Pittsburg are
in circulation in this neighborhood. The
general appearance of the notes is rough
and the paper flimsy they are shorter
than the genuine. So, look out. Chamb.
A letter to the New Orleans Bee, from
the Rio Grande, says: "Two hundred
Government horses were sold at auction
4 a few days ago, at an awful sacrifice, not
averaging more than ten dollars a head,
tliey probably cost each ten limes that
This reminds ks -of the transactions of
the Florida war, when steamboat wood
was furnished to the Government at fiftv
dollars per cord, and bacon which cost j
the Government twelve cents a pound
was sold at two and three cents, and
rought rp by the contractors to be again
cold to Uncle Sara. When we sec the
jtemt in the account of this Mexican war,
this sale f horses will, by comparison,
prove to be a wtrt tircvrnsteince. Many
large fortunes will be made by Govern
ment favorites at the expense of the peo
ple of the United States. There are a
class of men in this country vrho, if con
suited, would never have the country in a
tate of peace; not that they fight the bat
ties of the country, or are inspired by the
trnfe-rUtHi to wia a nanie. No such ideas
enter into their heads. They stay at
home and make mo net. Jobs ami eou
iracts are the fields of their ambition, and
the greater the expense incurred by the
country the wider is the field f their exploits.-
. ICf-The Loeofoeos proless to think.
Bays the Louisville Journal, that the ac
quisition of New Mexico and the Cali
fornias would be an ample remuneration
for all our lasses in the war. If, . a year
and a half ago che question had been
asLed whether our eountry ought to be
willing lo purchase those territories at
the cost of a hundred and fifty millions of
dollars and the lives of ten or fifteen thou
eand of her heroic yeomanry, who is
Ihcre amongst us that would not have
thundered forth an indignant negative!
Where is the Loeofoco that can tell cs
the relative value of. wild lands and hu
man life? How
, . 1
iuuuu wm reimourse us lor me neatn ol
.M.l ...til - j. .1 , a . 1
How many for the dm!i nf
How many for the death of
How many for the uWh nf
How msnv for the .Wh r j
vhftjt ih oricsl and authorities.
11... r . r , . ; Inspectors, and Clerks. After the elec-
IJutier: How many for each of the he- r,. . t . l .
, 1 Ul ine ne , turn, symptons of a storm having shown
nnc privates that fell at Palo Alto, at Re- j themselves Judges, Inspectors, ballot
aea, at Monterey, at Buena Vista, at Vera boxes and all, were wheeled "off to a
.Cruz, at Cerro Gordo, at Contreros, at 1 chool house near by, M?here the tickets
Churubu.eo, and at the City of Mexico!- ! 7 50nnJ?d- Th5 c?usc f h ngu
rvti1,r, s. . i proceeding Ws owing to the fact, that
l.ettjsuurg bvar. , I ihe owner of the house, heretofore a pub-
Mcxicax Whicism. The Loeofoco
fi&uj vi idic uwnu &UUW any name ,
lor tne v nigs but "Meztcan nhigs."
Let us mention a few facts for the benelit
of ths.e callers of hard names. Two Ken
tucky regiments destined1 for Mexico are
now encamped near this city, and we are
assured by gentlemen of the highest re
1 pectab;!;ty, who profess to know the ficl
that aLrgo majority of thurank and !
: of both regiments are Whigs. The regi-
menu are raaae up ot men from nine of
en Congressional districts of Kentucky; Rot tnore thaa ten cent in tha dollar.
hut Lynn uoyd f district, the only Loco-, Such a result causes universal disappoint
; loco district m the State, is not represent, ment and regrel; thoujrh, for my own
J oy a sol nary volunteer in either regi. pari, I fiad iiff.cult to believe it ran b
inent. Ut the Locofocos whose tongues , so bad as this. ; Ten cents 6n the dollar
.re ao .i.iar with ths phr.se "Mxia wooJd U t d iading up of the great
f!., Jf est uccc Siz they may.-1 Anericaa baskijheuceev York let--L..,...;
-cura.1. , . i jcrcfWi-h"; Vnitx - r '
From the rittliUTg Gazette; v
Yhhs win. xai War NDf-Ye find,
copied into the Fcansylyanian, without
f int the fuJkiwinrormiiari expressed
, ... e j .
.. . . -.. .l f
a lefcr. i rota siexico, ui reiaiwsu u ujc
war. It fally confirm the views of Wad
'Uiww, whatever may Rave eeen roe j
provocation of this war, 1 cannot help
lamenting it. Mexico is not the .country i
where lite war .can bear its own expenses, j
On the contrary, t farming idass of the
people, and all the Imagers ahotrt, . after
having been expelled or left their homes,
lorm guernili nana,, relying tor toetr
subsistence chicfiy vutiie p?underig of
our stores. The. Jeoer Jbe wr lasts, 1
the n(rethe conntrv will Le ilesolated !
and reduced to a state of barbarity the i
roore ici possible will it become to regaiu
112c iioujcuse jsums nxucn meesio
cover." . , ,.. -, ..
Knowing all Vis (he Administration
persists in Jhe war. regardless of the loss
pf life, or the misery it may entail upon
the country subjugated or rhe people at
home If ike Aduuuisiraiian is wise, it
will abandon its former policy. a -should
it persist tin its folly, we hop Ceugcess
will teach it wisdom.
A Harrkbuj icorrespoadent of the
Pennsylvanian announces the apwsnt
ment of Isaac G. McKinley, editor f the
"Denvaeratie UnioiC as Postmaster at
Ilarrisbnpg, rn this Slate, in place of Jas
Peacock, Esq., removed. We have been
iuforrned that Mr. Peacock's removal
was owing to his participation in the Tay
lor iState Convention recently held in
Harrisburg. Phitol Bulletin.
j7A Whig Treasurer fcasJbeon elect
ed in Northampton county. We are glad
that a ray of light has at last broken in
upon that dark and benighted region.
Persevere, Whig?! The future is bright
with hope. "
We have in oKroffice, (says the Cleve
land Herald,) subject to the inspection of
the curious, the straw through which
Polk sucked in the
sy 1 van ia ia 1644. ,
Tariff wen of Pcmi-
Seizure or a British Vessel. -The
New York Herald slates that despatches
have been received at Washington from
the squadron in the Gull of Mexico, ta
ring that a British merchant vessel, of
light tonnage, freighted with merchandize
for an English merchant, resident in
Mexico, has been seized and condemned
as a lawful prize," on the principle that a
merchant permanently residing in Mexi
co, no matter of what power he may be a
subject, is to be treated in time of war as
a citizen of the country in which he re
sides and docs business.
This proceeding is sustained by the
practice of the British admiralty courts
during the war between France and Eng
land, aud also during the warof 1-812 and
'15, between the United Slates and Great
THE KILLED AND WOUNDED.
The New Orleans Delta gives the fol.
lowing summary of the number killed
and wounded in the attack on Chapulte
pec and the city of Mexico:
Killed. Won ruled. Jfiw
1. Worth's Div'n. 140
2. Twiggs' " 30
3. Pillnw's " 21
4. Quitman's4' 41
Killed, wounded and missing in the
four divisions of Generals Worth, Twiggs,
Pillow and Quitman, 1023.
Bribes to Di;sEUTF.Rs.-The New Or
leans Picayune translates from the Dairio
del Gobierno of Mexico, a proclnraation
of Santa Anna's issued in April, inviting
the American 5oldiers to desert, and of
fering such inducements as the following:
To every single deserter a donation of
S10, and the value of his arms, to every
one who brings a hundred with him,
S300 for himself besides $10 for each of
the others, for two hundred, $1000, and
so on fur other numbers, at the rate of
$500 for every hundred: each deserter to
have in addition 200 square acres of land.
A larger quantity for officers, accordine to
. . . ' 1
ftCT'The Election in Pennsbury town
ship, Chester county, was held in a wa
gon stationed in the middle, of the road.
l,e wagou bed were seated the Judges,
ne uui now a private one, where the eloc
ution is directed to be held, would not per-
..... ..iv, sitiuuu iv w uexu upon nis
premises. ,3 l"." ' " s; ;
It begins to be ssid-and what is worse,
believed-in Wall street, that Prime, Ward
& Co. s fadure will turn out a very bad
one. The 72.000 worth of bills protec
ted by Barings for the honor of the house,
must of course be paid lup in full, and
will probably absorb nearly the whole of
the assets, leaving to the other creditors
:.f LATEK. FROM THE ARMY,
Correspondence of the Pittsburgh Gaacite.
. Richmond, Nov. 19 P. M- V
A X$ from the New Orleans Picayune
w.t 4tW r at.,.. in j.i.j. a m
vnuuci, ivu tiuin a-
containing two letters received by the
James L. Day, -commending Gen. Pattex-
aoa nu tie lahesi terms for his euurts m
Correctir the atm' in reference to
hreatoest of the rick, and his ittdici
ajraB?emelit. to aE.Ufv and euDores the
Caerrillasu K t
The I3ln Wantry marched from Vera
rttz w-fh a . lrafm lbe i7th, for the
National Bridge. - , - - -
-rw .ere 3500 troops at Cezara
near yera Cruz, vie: The 13th Infantry;
u,,A.,.tt. n,t ni.;A n.ffimwu,.2
ooiioanies from FJoxida, CapL Slajpes
in;:. ma..,n4. m,n ;n(tv roomit
Itg fjrgt JJra-rooim, two companies H the
11th infantry, Vohigtter recruits, Tigbl-
oian's jziagnLEceQt Light Artillery Bat
tery; and half a oftle beyond that are four
companies of Texan Rangers-
- The Flood in Ohio was very destruc
tive. The Cincinnati Commercial says,
in the Little Miami valley, the destruction
of grain and other property has been im
mense. The railroad was -damaged hi
several places, and the Wooslar turnpike
was inundated for miles.
- An abutment of the bridge at Malford
'2.s washed awav, aud the Data ax Deer
field iestroyel, canskiga Joss of ahaut
$3000. Most of the tending corn, on
the banks of the stream is cither -destroyed
or damaged, and several horses, ows,
hogs, &c, have been lost.
. A man named Parker was drowned in
the road, on which the water, was four
feet deep. . - . ; -;i
There was considerable damage on the
Great Miami. :The embankmeut on the
Miami Canal some distance, above gave
way, and a temporary suspension of navi
gation will be the consequence. tJ -;
The acqueduct of the Miami eanal, o
ver Gregory's creek, is washed away. . ,
A rumor was currcntyesterday, that the
White Wafer caaal had . beea badly in
jured. . . , . ;
The Turnpike near Fraaklin, was in
initiated, aad a bridge in thai vicinity de
stroyed. A small house about three
rnfles beyond Franklin was swept off on
Saturday night. The ccupants escaped.
The vapidity of the rise may be jnged
from the fact that in ms hour the river
I swelled nearly three feet plirrnV : .
SeveraSef Captaisi C. M. Clay's com
panies of volunteers, who were prisoners
in Mexico, have published a card, ia the
cotsrse of which they say; ' ' '
- r ; ,-- f ; .t?;
When Captain Henry made, Sus e-.
srape, and the Mexican eorti wander, .ex
cited by that eveat, "gae orders : for the
massacre of the Americans, Captain Clay
exclaimed, "Kill the officers spare the
soldiers!" A Mexican Major ran to foii,
presenting a cocked pistol to tas breasL
He still exclaimed: "Kill me kill the of
ficers hut spare the men they are inno
cent!" Who but C. M. Clay, with a
loaded pistol to his head, and in the hand
of an enraged enemy, would have shown
such magnanimous self-devotion! If any
man is entitled to be called the '.'soldier's
Weed," he is." . .
A Scam. -A fellow named Chase has
recently made a tour through the northern
part of the State of New 1 ork, represent
ing himself, as he went, as being . an a
genl of one of the factories at Lowell,
for the purpose of engaging some thirty
young women to proceed to that city, to
be employed in said factory, v Several fe
males were induced to go to Lowell, and
he managed to get their, trunks into his
possession and decamped, reaving the
poor girls, in some instances, penniless.
The rascal deserves to be whipped with
a knot made of apron strings, while
strength existed in the pretty arras of
those he had robbed. ; - -
In seventeen years Jive thousand wile
of Railroad have been constructed in the
United States, at an expense of on hun
dred and twenty million of dollars.
This is unprecedented in the history of
Civil Constructions. It demonstrates,
beyond any other fact, the gigantic growth,
the unceasing industry, and Cumulative
Power of Capital, in this new and vigor
ous natiotr : -
Schuylkill County. The question
of removing the countr seat from Orwigs
burg to Potts ville, was submitted to the
people last Tuesday, by a law of the last
session, and carried aflirmitively by a
majority of nearly 500. Pottsville is
centrally located in the county, and is to
defray all hc expenses of erecting public
Damage: bv a Printer's Mistake.
In Rochester, (N. Y.) there are two Lang
worlhy's, father and ison. ; The first is
L. B. Langworthy, a Democrat, and till
lately the collector of the port. The son
is S. B. Langworthy, a Whig, who signed
a call lor an Anti-Texas meeting. In set
ting up the call the compositor mistook
S. for L., and the eTror escaped correc
tion. This proof of heresy on the part
of the Collector, was forwarded to Wash
ington, and Mr.' Langworthy', ' senior,
was incontinently cast out of office. .
The N. Y. Tribune says that the mer
cantile failures in England, notice of which
was brought out bv the steamer'Cambria,
involve the su m of 2 1,1 77.000.- This
xclcsive of a number af housca, whose
liabilities are not stated. - " -
Th British trmv in Ire!and ix efim-
posed of 28,000 rank and fib) en dutv:
21,60pe3s:o2ers; militia 5uffs oa ra ,
eruitiagr.p'srtiw ; and I0.0C0 in ihe". coa: 1
lUbular;-totaJ 58,C00 nea. : ., i
; THE STATE SENATE. : ;
.The Senate is composed of 23 mem
hers 11 elected each year ibis year 12,
one to fill a vacancy. Of those holding
-over from last year "9 arc Locofocoa and
12 Whigs,. The new Senators elected
I. Pliiladelphia city Benjamin Mat
thias. . ;; . ; . . I
1L Philadelphia county Thoraas S.
Foray the, gain over Native,
v X. Susquehanna, Wayne and 'Wyoming-
-Frs.' B. Streeter.
" XIII. Luzerne aud Columbia Valen
tine Best. : , . -
. XV. Unin, MifSih aad Junbta Ner
Middles worth. ; .
. XVL Cumberland and rcrrv Rohert
. XVIII. Adams and Franklin Wm It.
XIX; : Bedford, Blar aud Huntingdon
Alexander King. ; -
XX. Armstrong, Cambria, Clearfield
and Indiana William Johnston, gain,
XXIV. : Allegheny ". and Bu der Geo,
XXV. Mercer and Beaver David
XXVI. Crawford and Yeaango Jas.
Porter Brawk?y- 1 '
. The following list of persons, we think,
can be relied upon as elected to the
HOUSE OF REPRESANTATIVES.
Adams William Sherrv.
' AUegheny I,ewis C J Noble, Chris
tian Snively, Marshall Swartz welder,
Henry Large. '
Armstrong Lewis Brenneman.
" Beaver John Allison, John Sharp,
Betlford James L. Kirk, Josiah Miller."-
" " "
Oerks Jofm C. Me3rers, John Long,
Samuel Fegely, Henry G. Stetlcr.
Bradford Francis Smith, Aburnah
Backs J. W. Long, P, D. Bloom, Ed
Butler Jacob Zeigler. -
Cambria John Kean.
Centre and Clearfield John B. Meek,
Chester Henry S. Evans, Thomas
K. Bull George Ladley.
, Columbia Stewart Pierce.
Crawford S. G. Krick, J. K. Kerr.
Cumberland Jacob Lefevcr, Abraham
Lambertoo. - ,
1 Dauphin - James Fox, -Theodore
Deleware Sketchley Morton.
r iirie G. J. Ball, Wm. Sanborn. '
Fayette William Y. Roberts, WilliaW
r Franklin William Baker, Samuel
SeiberL J " '
Greene John B. Gordon.
Huntingkon and BiairDavid Blair,
Indiana Wm, C. M'Knight. ;
Jefferson, Clarion and Venango Jno.
Keatly. Jr, William Perry.
Juniata and Union Samuel W eincli,
Lancaster Abraham Shelby, J. B.
Stubbs, Thomas B. Jacobs, Joseph C.
Dickinson, David G. Eshelraan.
Lebanon David Grittinger.
Lehigh and Carbon Peter Bowman,
Luzerne Samuel 'W. Groff, Samuel
Benedict. ' : . .
Lycoming, Clinton, Potter and Solii
van Wm, F. Packer, Timothy Ives; Jr.
Mercer Robert Black, M. B. Kre
Dtan. - . "
Mifilin Hugh M'Kee, . -
Montgomery Benjamin Hill, Behja
raia F. Hallo well, David Evans.
Northampton and Monroe B- S.
Schoonever, Charles A. Luchenbach, Jo
: North raberland George A. Frick,
Perry John Soudcr. ,
., Philadelphia county Thomas S. Fer
non, Thomas Daly, Ahrahani Olwine,
Thomas K. Finletter, William S. Ilallo
well, John K. Loughlin, Edward Van-
sant. - '
Philadelphia city Thomas C. Steel,
George H. Hart, Solomon W. Roberts,
John H. Diehl, II. Rundle Smith.
Schuylkill George Boycr, Alexander
W. Lyburii. .
Somerset Jost J. Slutzman.
Susquehanna and Wyomiug Samuel
Taggart, Robert LitUe.
, Tioga Nathaniel A. Elliatt.
' Warren, xM'Kcan and Elk Alonzo J.
Wilcox. ; : :
Washington Thomas Watson, Jacob
Cort. ' ; :
Wayne and Pike Pope Buslmell. 1 :
- Westmoreland -John Fausold, Harri
son P. Laird, John F. M'Culloch. - .
York Thos. Grove," David Wilhams,
George F. Carl. ; ..
Whigs niarked thus '
: ? RECAPITULATION. '
. The next Legislature will stand as fol
lows: , . .
' Senate, ': ; 10 14 '
House, 3d 64
Nor a Coward. Lieut. Addle, who
was charged and tried for cowardice in a
late attack just before the battle of Con
treros, has been honorably acquitted.
The charges of cowardice Against him
were unfounded, and Lieut. Graham has
offered him an apology.
'iTh "smallest full frosn horse ever
kaowhas arrived at New "orVfrolli-Ja-T3,
an a present for General Tn Thumb
which, as a curiosity, is core extraordi
nvy ven than the General : hiaisclf. It
has ''arrived : tt ' full ' Buturltf, . tad yet
wxtghs' oaly 45 poua2si ' " " ' " - r
tC7The Hon, Alrx. II. Everett, A
inerican Minisr to China, died ia C an
ion oa the 28lh cf June lai.
VOTE FOR GOVERNOR.
Counties. Shunt. rtin.
Adams 155S 1048
Allegheny 4453 57C3
Armstrong 2138 1918
Beaver 2034 2203
Bedford 2453 ' 2205 ..
Berks - .' - . -8038 ; 3357
Blair ' 5 ' " 1254 ' ' 1854
Bradford 3058 2320
Buck 4035 4341
Butler 1931 1860
Cambria, 1139 .-974
Centre 2477 1782
Chester 4014 ,5152
Clarion ; . 1607 C31
Clearfield - 837 582
Clinton 900 . C35
Colstmhia ! ." 2913 1506
Crawford 2205 1CS0
Cumberland 2807 2559
Carbon 786 434
Dauphin 1872 ' 2790
Delaware 1484 1719
Erie ' ' 1728 2536
Elk 182 , 93
Fayette 2811 2113
FrauSlia " 2762 ' 3219
Greene 1914 880
Huntingdon .: 1641 2012
Indiana 1415 2052
Jefferson ' 709 . 454
Juniata 986 975
Lancaster 4031 8741
Lebanon 1600 2149
Lehigh .2583. 2239
Luzerne 3290 2017
Lvcoraing 1874 1528
McKeaa 313."" 252
Mercer 2617 2616
Mifflin 1431 ' 1289
Monroe , ' 1418 347
Montgomery 5141 3723
Northampton 2862 2359
Northumberland ' 1971 1231
Perry 1728 HOC
Philadelphia co. 12,692 7605
Philadelphia city 39!8 6512
Pike 671 142
Potter 530 183
Schuylkill 3720 2833
Somerset 913 2162
Sullivan . 317 130
Susquehanna 2352 1463
Tioga 1750 t)72
Union 1479 2464
Venango 1326 802
Washington 3531 3335
Warren 849 659
Wayne 1291 C86
Westmoreland 4525 2337
Wyoming 819 653
York ; ' 4007 , 3103
, TOTAI-S 1 4 6,1 1 5 1 28,1 38
Flour, ?. per barrel.
Wheat, per bushel,
Oats, .. "
Butter, per pound,
Beef, " ; '
Chickens, per dozen,
Stone Coal, per bushel.
'$5 CO a
Piles Sp e ci fi c.
AS INTERNAL REMEDY :
A CERTAIN AFD RADICAL. CVREz
H'ket&er Internal, External, Uletdin
Has maje radical cures in eerycase .of tbs a
boTO meuli-jned complaint as caa be praved by
personal rcfcrauT, and aevrwl thousand certifi
catc from all part of tbe country.
The specific U an inlernal rerapy, basagrti
t!e aclton n the towrU, 13 i)feasant to take, and
perfectly fearn4e in tfie most delicate casrs,
male or female. Females before atxl after con
fiweaent are len lrool!ed with coiwtipatiun of
the bowels, or eortivene, as wr n as the piles.
In all sacb ra:s the. Specific can be taken widi
perfect safety, and is a certain remedy.
So severe in tiirir effects, and so liable to injure
when tted being in mutt easts the cause of piles
when taken during fetxr ami tgue end many
other diseases,) are thus done away. iib, as
CMTivEjEss is ca&ily removed by using this
medicine, and the howrU restored ta a vigorous
and healthy action without ieaviagaoy pcrceftible
effect on the system.
PILES OF SEVKS TEAR STANDING CT7RED.
. Dear DocToa: I have leen a perfect victim
to tbe roMipiaint caliedj Piles, contracted in ihe
WentTdein 133S. and during a term of seven
yc'arti.ha e suffered beyowl anythiif bal crmid
be conceived of loss f apretite, food lawless,
want of rest, burnin; pain, weakness in the kid
uevs, and a total want of strength, decided
ly apposed ta anything bearing a resentlUnce to
qaackcry, that ltwiv absMined from any inward
or outward application. From the recommen
dation of our mutual friend Potter, No. 4 Han
over st, I was ifldu eJ lo give your medicine a
full trul.and to those who may be similarly af
flicted I give you leave to show this, with my
name attached, having been, I firmly believe, en.
tireJy cured of one of the most confirmed cajr
of Piles that any p.xr creature was trouWeJ
with. Mata wbafrrrcr vse yaw think proper of
this testimonial of your invalaabta median,
designated by yoa as Dr. Ingoldsby'a Piles Spe
cific, and accejH of ery best assurances for your
With regard! your obedient servant,
W. H. JON EsJ, Auctioneer. 22 Hne t.
Reference can b given aoaeof ear most
eminent Physicians. ; " ...
Price 50 cents per tJor.
Sold by the flowing duly appointed agents
for Somerset county. Pa. , j.
, J.J.&H. F. tfchell, Somerset.
" Snydef & Zinnvnrrnan, tStoyttown,
- Edmund Kiormn, Jeriner Roads v . '
PhiJIippi & Liernan. TJoxbary. . . ' ,
Charles Xriiuinger Deriin , :
P &. XV Meycr.Meyrra MiS -Jliikr
& DiteJ Stlisbjify
" .Crat3viJ!e -S
C H McOhpsrfirj -SrcitbSaU :
Flour, tt 81 a 5 oa
Wheat 85 a 3
Rye 4( 45
Corn 00 ' '4j
Oats CUj' Z5
Barley, .) a o
Bacon, hams, per Ih . i a lo
Pork - CO a o
Laid, 0 a 8
Tallow, rendered.;.. 0 a OS
. rough 0 a 00
Butter, in kegs, 09 a io
44 roL 0 a rt)
Cheese Western Rf serve -,8a 7
Goshen, ' ; O0 a JO
Apples green, per barrel, 0 50 a 1 25
dried per buhej, 50 a ofi
Peaches, I 25 a I 30
Wool 00 a 20
Eggs M 15 a 0 la
Potatoes, Mercrr CO a , ft)
Ncshannocks CO a 30
Seed, Clover , 5 Gi a 3 :s
Timothy 2 00 a I'll
"Flaxseed 00 a i 0d
CLICKNEtT S SVGA It COd TED
1 VegttaUe Purgative Pills.
' AHB universally admitted tt operate, not only
as an effectual preventive, but a 'a never farting
remedy, in all diseases whirh can effect the hu
man frame. Hendach, Indigestion, rheumatism.
Piles, Scurvy, Dr'np. SmalT-pox. Cholerj-imorb-'
o, Worm!,; Whooping-coug, Consumption
Jaundice, Quincy, Scarlatina, l.ier cojpplaint.
Apoplexy, Ca ucer, Slcasies, SjluRheum, Kits,
IIeart-bnrB,Ercij)ilH9, Deahiess, Itthings of Uie
skin, coldj gout, gravel gidiliness, pains in the
back, inward weakness, palpitation of the heart,
ri'ins in the tbrout,'' a.slhm, fevers of M
female- coinjUint, stitches in the side, ypiu'mg
of Mood, sore eyes scrofula, st. authony fire,
lownrss of spirits, f2ooi!ing, fiuor albui or VV bites.
Gripes, king's evil, loc kjawjllycria, bile on tha
stomach, and all, bilious afli ctions, plcuriny
croup, swelled feet and legv sn ine-pox, while
swellt-ng, tremors, tumors, uJcers, vomiting, and
others have successfully , and repeatedly been
vanqabihed by their powerful arm.
They have been known to cilrct permanent
rtrrM uhpn T1 nlhrr rompi1f Ti..t nrnvvil int.
vailing, and in Uie Jaist stages of diesjse.
They have in many eases superceded the pre
scriptive skill of the most eminent Physicians,
and received besides their unaabilcd commend
ation. They have been rrpeateJiy recora mended by
men of the most distinguished , characters,
throughout tbe land, and been sanctioned in Eu
rape by noMemen and Priaces of ioyil Blood.'
Tln-y have beea iutroduerd into the Hospitals
of Edinburgh, Paris, and Vienna, and through
out the disiutcretd exertions of our foreign am
bassadors, they have received the favorable corn,
mendation of the Emperor of Russia, and his Ce
lestial Majesty of the Chinese Emperor.
(Scarcely a Packet veel of any. repot
satis from tbe port of New York, wilhcul art a
buudant supply of the sick mix's yxvxa rirt
ixe raiETrs. QAgcncics have bceii establish
ed in all the principal cities of the union. and ap
plications are constantly reaching bs fiom al
most mimberSess village in every '.section f th
cwtutry. Testimonials of their marvellous t
feet are pouring in from all juartes--ai)d in
such numbers that we have do time to read bait
of them. , What stronger or more couclusiv
evidence than these important facts can the most
skeptical desire? It is possible that the xniar
thousaadswb tried CLICKNERb TILLS,
can Iw deceived ia their retwliib! If soy its potor
or-quackery existed, would it xmtlonf ago bare
leen held up, as it should be, to the scorn arvl
dcnVtoa of a jubtly ofTendid community.
KemerabeT Dr. C V. Clk&ntr is the original
ineiitor of Sugar Coated Pills, and that nothing
of Uie sort was ecr bead uatil be introduced
tbem ia 1S31. Purchasers should, thereore, al
ways ak for Click rvcr'e ugar Coated Vege
table Pills, and take no other, or they will b
made the victims of a fraud.
PRICK 5 CENTS PER BOX.
Dr. Clicknefa principal office for tbe sale ef
Tills, Is 6 Vcsey street, N-ew Yrk.
, Wm. Jackon, S3 Liberty street, bead of Wof
strcfct, Pittsburgh, Pa general agcoi for West
em PerwjlvaoiajNorthera Ohio, and the Fiv
er counties of Virginia.
Sold yy the following duly appointed Agent
for Somerset countv. Pa.
iJ&HF Sohell Somerset
. flrawtd Kieraao Jenner x Roads
Snyder & Zimmerman toystown
rbilllppi fc Kiernan Roxbury
Charles Kriseiiiger Berlin
T & W Meyers Meyers Mill
Miller & Divrfy Salisbury
- Granlsviiie, Md.
SCH McCiesney SraitbficM
Samuel Elder Pctersbnrgb
Peter Levy, Davidsvilh,
Elias Stabl Mount Pela.
Likewise sold by tbe same Agents, tbe sat at
A M E R I C A N O ! L.
procared from a well in Kentucky, 1 85 feet below
the surface of the earth, a certain and infa!libl
cure for Inflamatory rheumatism, spasms, colic,
tprains, strains, cuts, bruises, scalds, burns, tet
ter, erysipelas, scald head, croup.inSamaiory ora
throats, &c &.c
Price 50 tents per Bottle.
CAUTION. In order to be sore of obtain
ng the genuine, purchase only of the general
agcuu for Western Pennsylvania, Wra. Jack
son, No. 89 Liberty street. Pittsburgh, or through
sub-agents appointed by biin for its sale, each of
wbom will have a how bill, and general dx
rwtionsin pamphlet form, containing the camea
and aldress of tie proprietor and General Agents
for WoKlern Pennsylvania aa follows?
' D. Hail & Co. proprietors, Kentucky.
Wm. Jackson, General Agent for .Westers
Pennsylvania, No. 83 Lilierty street Piltiburjh,
to whom all orders must be aidrred.
OD6ERVE Each bottle is enclosed in ?ne
of the above named pamphlets, and the name cf
Wm. Jack Mil (the general and only wbolt sal,
agent for Western Pennsylvania) printed onth
outei Je of the label, - - -,, . . '
And in addition o He sold hy th? ssme sg'nta .
Dr. Thompson." Carminative
Soju.-tly celebr-rtfd as a sovereign remedy frr
alt Bowel Complaints, DUrrhoBa, cholera morb
oa. flux, summer complaint of chiWreo and a
dults, &e. prepare! Uy by Dr. Edgar Thorn
(now of New Vork city, formerly of Pjtubargh.)
For taa last two year tti celebrated and un
sorpassetl remedy for the above complaints have
been well knowu, and extensively used in Pitts
burgh and surrounding country wnb unqualifie
success which renders it unnecessary to parad
a long k.t of tcstsJooiiiaU in its favor, which
could readily be done, SuSce hto say that
numbers if the raot respectable persons in Pittf
barj1! anj vicinity have used and proved t
wonderful efficacy. It is a Vegetable and scien
tific preparation predicated upon the uuafterab'.e
I.awa "f Nature, adaptod most certainly to ie
roovc the eaue that tte e&cr may ceae with
out egotism. It can truly be pronounced -en of
he lt rv-medies for the above com ptainla iu th
United Utea. Vo family shouli be without ii,
aJS any person take a Unjhthy jourae. withoiiX
s supply of ta w inva!ah&jprpa:a'.io3' :
Of AKTHh,J4 ad -flesh b?-ib-