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. . sling back at right angles to the same, to
‘j)rii:titit a SALES. die bank of the Juniata Divisiois of the
By virtue of sundry writs of Lerouri Pennsylvania Canal, bounded (ni the west
Facial; and Venditioni .Exponaa, by a lot of Dr. Houtz., and on the east by
issued out of the Court of Common Pleas a lot of Mrs. Jackson—thereon erected a
of Huntingdon county, and to me direr- two story frame Tavern house, a plaister
ted, w ill b e exposed to politic sale, at the ed store room, and a frame stable, with a
court house in the borough of Hunting-
dun, on Monday the llits slay of August Seized --taken in execution, and to be
1845, (and from slay to day until suld) sold as the property of Christian Stainan.
the following property, viz: ALSO
A tract, piece, or parcel of land situate
Lot No.l situate. in the town of Dun• in the township of Tell iii Huntingdon
cansville, fronting on the Tornpike It county, containing about one hunched and
54 feet and 4 inches, and extending in fifty acres, be the same inure or less, ad
depth 140 feet to the Allegheny Portage joining lands of Michael Carne, Jonathan
Railroad, adjoining al4 feet Alley on the Briggs, and others, about eighty acres of
east, and lot No. 2on the west, having which are cleared having a log house and
thereon erected a log dwelling house, one a double log barn thereon.
and a half stories high, 17 feet by 23 Seized, taken in execution, and to be
with lien shed to kitchen 17 - feet with sold as the property of Daniel Stoog.
other out buildings. ALSO,
Lot No. 2. fronting on the Turnpike All that certain tract, piece, or parcel
Road 54 feet 4 inches and extending to I of land. situate in the township of Tell in
Allegheny Portage Rail Road 140 feet in Huntingdon county about twenty two
depth, bousided on the east by No. 1. and acres be the same noir, or less, about five
on the west by lot No. 8. having thereon or six acres of which are cleared, said
erected a log dwelling Insole, one and a t land adjoins lands of IVilliam Lyons
half stories high, 2.1 feet by 17. Eons Mc‘lullin and others—and has a
Lot No. 3. fronting on the Turnpike small cubism house and a Potter's Kiln
Road 160 feet and extending to Allegheny thereon.
Portage Rail /Laud 140 feet in depth, Seized, taken in execution, and to be
bounded on the east by lot No. 2. and on sold as the property of David Thomoson.
the west by lot Nu. 4, having thereon ALSO,
erected a frame Cooper shop, une story All the right, title end interest of the
high. delendent, Douglass Wray, in sin I to all
Lot No. 4 fronting on the Turnpike that tract piece or parcel of land psi retie-
Road 115 i feet, and ext e nding to Alle- sed by hint from James Shurthill, situate
glieny Portage Rail Road 140 feet in lin the townslitpof Henderson, Hunting
slept), bounded sits the east by lot No. 3 , don county, containingillty acres or there
and on the west by lot No. 4,ll,ving there- abouts, adjoining lands of James Shurt•
on erected a large and commodious hill, lands now of David Cunningham tied
dwelling house, two stories high 49 feet others, about 20 acres of which are clearest,
by 54, partly built of stone, and partly and a log dwelling house and a sin ,Il'
of frame, a large log stable, and other out barn thereon,
buildings, with a well of good water, Scized—taken in execution, and to be
with pump near the dour,—occupied for sold as the property of Douglass %Vray.
several years as a public house. ALSO,
Lot No. 5 frontieg on the Turnpike A tract of lied situate in the town-
Road 49 feet by 140 f e et in th e depth ex• ship of Hopewell containing one hundred
tending back to Allegheny Portage Rail- and sine acres, be the same more or less,
road, bounded on the east by lot Ni,. 4 I about sixty acres sit which are cleas.ed,
and on the west by al4 feet Alley—have with a hewed log house and a cabin barn
ing thereon.erectest [slog dwelling house, thereon erected—said land adjoins taints
two stories high, 22 feet Square. of James Entrekin, Esq. and others
Seized, taken in execution, and to be Seiz.ed, taken in execution, shit to be
sold as the property of William Kettler. sold as the property of Anti Park, George
.41,50, Pat k, and John Beaver Guardian of Au.
A lot of ground No. 0 in the town plot I thinly, Joseph, Alexander, Samuel, and
of the Borough of Alexandria fronting 60 j Susannah Park
feet sin the lower side uf the Main street
or Turnpike Road running through the
Borough, and extending back at right an
gles to same 180 feet, bounded on the
east by the lot of John lehinger, and un
the west by Nicholas Cresswell,• having
thereon erected a two story plaistered
dwelling house, a small shop and a small
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Stephen Ichinget.
Two adjoining lots of ground situate
on the Northerly side of Allegheny street
in the town of Newry in Iluntmgdon
county, fronting about 50 feet on said
street analrunning back 200 feet boa n•
ded on the west by a public street, and
4111 the cast by a lot claimed by the estate
of John Mock, having a two story lug
house and a stable thereon erected.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
told as the property of John Conrad with
notice to Tel re Tenants.
All that lot piece or !oared of land sit•
nate or lying on the west side of Main
street in the town of Shirleysburg in
Shirley township Huntingdon county,
containing in all about 6 acres, adjoinina
lands of David Fraker, on the North
Aughwick Creek on the west by 1111 , 414 al
Sari - wet Carothers, on the "south, on
which is erected a tOn story log house anti
kitchen, and a log born—said land is clear
ed and under fence.
Sei4ed, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Walter B. H adsun.
All that lot of ground fronting CO feet
on the north-westerly side of the great
road leading through the mon of Sails
burg in Barren township Huntingdon
county, and extending back 120 feet
bounded on the south-west by aki of
James Maguire. nod on the north-east by
u lot of Job Slack, said lot bei'•g No. 9
in the plan of said town having thereon
erected a large two story plastered dwell
ing house and a frame stable
Seized, taken in exerat'un, sod to be
sold us the property of William M. Mat
ray, _ _
A small lot or piece of ground situale
in Jackson township, near M'Alery's rut!
containin m tr about one •tinarter of 00 acre
or thereabouts hounded on the west hy the
Mill Dam of Robert (It and 011 the
bat by David Millet's land, hat in Ibere•
on erected a sntall (rattle turtl;rig house.
taken iu cxet ution, I,nd to be
sold us the propel of S,itnuel Iltrr
About 160 acres of land be tl e sante
mote or less, situate in Antes tow nship
Huntingdon county, tseinining idiots sit
Alexander McFarlane, it., IN'tiltain linn•
ter. Jacob slooney and ethers—ia
about 20 acres clearest, and a log dwell
ing house, and a small log Bat is tic Sta
Seized, taken in exrcatinn, and to tp•
Pohl n,the property al Viancis Falktiet
and Eleanor his wile.
All the rig,bt, title and interest of Chris
tian Stamm", of, in and ton lot and a half
of pound in the boranth of Alexandria,
situate on the northerly s'de ut the Turn
'pike Road or Main t.treet, bein about 90
tteet ut front on the said street, and cadet! •
VATHEREAS by precept to me direc
ted dated at Huntingdon, the 233
day of April A. 1). one thousand eight
hundred and forty-five, wider the hands
and seals of the Hon. Abraham S.
sun, President of the Court of Common
Pleas, Oyer and Ternimer, and general
jail delivery of the 20th judicial distiict of
Pennsylvania, composed of the counties
of Huntingdon, Main and Union, and
the II on. J oseph Adams and James ()win,
his associates, Judges of the county of
Houtingdomjustices assigned, appointed,
to hear, try, and determine all aid every
indictment 4 s, and presentments, made or
taken for or concerning all crimes, which
by the laws of the state are sonde capital
Or felonies of death and other admires,
crimes and misdemeanors, which have
been or shall be committed or perpetrated
within said county, or all persons who are
or shall hereafter be committed or be per.
petrated for crimes aforesaid—l out com
manded to make
ALSO, - throughout my whole bailiwick that a
All the right, title and interest of Hobert I Court of Over and Terminer, of Common
Lytle, Jr. the &tenth:tit of in and to all Pleas and quarter Sessions, will he held
those two adjoining lots of ground in the at the Court House, in the Borough of
town of Hollidoysburg purchased from l ontiogdon, on the second Monday (and
Willi am Ly on , R I . fronting each GO feet 1 ith dot) of August nett, and those who
on the south side of Allegheny street, will prosecute the said prisoners, be then
and running back 180 feet to Strawberry and there to prosecute them as it bhull be
alley—numbered 108 and 109 in the plot just, and that all ..Justices of the Peace,
of said town—No. 109 being a corner lot Cornwr anti Constables within the said
and situate on the corner of Front and ' county, be then and there in their proper
Allegheny streets—having thereon erect- i persons, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day,
ed two new brick dwelling houses front- with their records, inquisitions, examine
ing on Algegheny street anti a two story firms and remembrances, to do those
frame dwelling house, Routing on Front things which to their offices respectively
street, and a small frame building also appertain.
fronting on Front street. Dated at Hunttngdon the 23d day of
Setzetl, taken in exeution, and to be Ain't, in the year a our Lord one
sold as the property of Robert Lytle. Jr i thous,ind eight hundred and forty.
ALSO, five . and the 68th year of American
All those two adjoining lots of around ludepen lence.
situate on the north side of Juniata street JOHN .ARAITAGE, S hf.
in the Borough of Hollidaysburg fronting I Sheriff's oilier Iltintitm-
each 60 feet on said street and extending don, Jaly 10 I.Bt 5.
back at right angles to same 160 feet In -
Batik alley, said lots beina.numbered 153
and 156 in the Recorded plan Of said Proclamiation•
Borough—No. 156 being a corner lot, and l is AT It ERE AS by precept to too dire,
111) th e corner or Juniata and Petm'a V" Titfi ted by the Judges of the Common
vii eels, on said lots are erected the I lot- Pleas of the county of Huntingdon, bear
lidoysbure Foundry' Casting House, a ink; test the 281,1 day of A pril„A. 0.1845,
two story brickhouse, an office building, I utie commanded to make Public Pro
akil a frame building used in connection clamatiun throughout my whole bailiwick
with the Foundry—la:ether with all the i that a court of Common Pleas will be
Machinery and fixture, helongnig to and held at the court house, in the borough of
attached to the freehold. Huntingdon. Nithe colony of Huotingtlon,
Seized, taken in execution and to he „„ t h e t h i r d Ni i ,„,h i , („,„I 18 t h 4 1„y )at
*Old as the rropeity of Geo. 11. NlcFar.
lane, Miclyiel C. Garber, and Albert J. August A. I). Iti.f.:;, for the trial or all
issues in said court which remain ontleter •
Gimber, lately trading. under the ftrin ot mined di..tfore the said bilges when and
McFarlane, liar bet. & Co. 1 where all Janos, Witnesses and suitors
ALSO, in the trial of all said issues are required
, All that Lot of ground situate on the It„ attend. .
north side til . the Main street in the town I Dated at Huntingdon the Ord day of
of Warriorsmark to Huntingdon county April A. D. mitt thousand _eight hon.
fronting 66 feet on said street end ma- t i t ,' rind fmty.five, tot? the 68th year of
ring back 166, bounded on the east by lot I
rsmeri : I n itnitepetitlenee.
of Jacob Vantries. E.g. and on the west . iollN ARM I TAM". Sh'jr.
by lot of Sallille! Eye:, having a t..vo story Sheriff's office Iluniinv
plastered dm idling house and a lug tailor don, July 10, 1845.
shop, a id a stable thereto; erected. • •
Seized— talc,n in execution, awl to be i ______
LIST OF JUIIOILS
,old as the property of S. ft; StoNabrukv., I
ALSO, ! F 0 E a UGU S T "I'E R AV ,1 8 4 5
All that certain frame ccore shop, one
and a hall stories high, situate on the turn
pike road learitn4 t . ivin Ilidlidaysburg to Allegheny town hip-John M. Gibboney,
Ebensburg, fronting on said road 52 feet Micha 4 siim . s.
j and exlentling back 55 feet, in the t•ievii A»tes —Miller Clussin, John Campbell,
4 Huneansville, as laid tilY by Conitnis• i .j„ hn ii,,,,, hv.
,ioners appointed by the Coat tto desig- Blair— Jahn F. Lowry.
trate boundaries. Friiniain —John Ewing, John M,irks,
Seized, taken in execution. 511.1 In be
P•aidestiwn—Jethe Crumbeckei, Charles
,i.id as the ;Iropertf of Philip Berner, ‘‘ . ikon.
• ,orrier or reputed owner and contractor, Ilenderdon—[sane Dorlanil, Jacob Miller,
at suit of Berij twin Nugent. Morris--John Clerk, \Villiain Hammond,
James `.3tewart, David Tussey. •
A certain tract or parcel of land sits Ponce
1 ~,,, id whitthior.
mite on the Globe Hun t o %Vest township,
i Tut/--Solomon liouck, E•q., Jacob Lias,
in Huntingdon county, beginning at a (Senior.)
stone heap, thence North 26 degrees, Tyrone—iiolwri Stewart, Jr.
%Vest 204 k perches to a chestnut sprout 11 alleeP--Elpttzor Lloyd;
--thence along •I'usseys mountain South NVorriorsmark— Abed Dego Stephens.
70 d. ;0 ees, West 16Ci perches along •
We - -John Iletirv, James Steuart.
Jrinics iNlassey's line, thence North 70 .
degi,es, West 166 perches to a stone TRAVERSE JURORS.-,1119T W.K•
heap and place ut beginning, containing
2011 acres and allowance. (Being part -01 Alleghetty--Michael Thompson,
a larger tract at land surveyed on a war. Antes--Jain Hamilton, James Hamilton.
rant dated June 21 1793, granted to Mtn . litirree--Itobort Cummins, 111111, Gillum,
Batton, and patented in the urine of paid John Horning, Ale - minder Oaks, NVll
,',din Button.) ' ham l'rice, Alex:oo'er Thompson.
Seized. taken in execution, and to be
sold as' the property of Samuel Batton,
with notice to Green & Dorsey, terre ten
A certain tract of land in Barree town
ship [now 3,ckson Ts] in the county of
Huntingdon, containing 115 acres and GO
perches and allowance, being part of
tract of land granted to Matthias Graeff
by warrant dated 18th April 1774, and
the same land granted and convert! by
Thomas Blair to Samuel Stay by Deed
dated August 10•11 1841, and duly enter
ed of Record, together with the heredita
'vents and appurtenances—said land ad.
joins George Steffy and others.
Seized, taken in execution, and to be
sold as the property of Samuel Steffy.
A small lot of ground in liarree town
ship, containing about one quarter of an
acre, adjoining lands of Josiah Cunning
11HID, John White and tithe's, (said lot be
ing purchased by defendant from John
White) having therecn erected a small
log d welling house.
Seized,. taken in execution, and to be
sold as property of John Hoffer. ,
JOHN AR d//TA GE , Slef.
She r iff' Offi , ..e, Hunting
don, July 10, 1845.
Ferree, James M.
Elliott Long, William McFarland,
James D. Rea, &Amnon &mom,
Dublin—Brice Blair, Esq. David Jeffries,
Fran/atm/a—Samuel Smith, Julio W.
Lendur3on--gimui.l Grafius, John Kemp,
James Line, Riehaidson Read, Joseph
Summers, Samuel Shoemaker, liaac
HUMOU—Gcorge Bittlei Christian Goad,
Morris—John Aurandt, Esq., Thomas
Porlrr—ltubert Cannon, Jacob Kough.
S.Vdry— John Calvet., Thomas 11. Ilu..
Snyder—Joshua Burley, John C. Fortua.
'yrone--Abral , atn Buck, Daniel
Walker—John Householder, William
09c1!.errp--(avid Ake, Esq., Thomas
K. Fluke, Esq., Johmstim Moore, E-q.,
TRAVERSE JUkORS.--gEtoln VTLEU
- , , ,
per yard ;,
home dy e II innels 63 cents m•r
Alfigh city —IV illia at Louden. yard ; home dye cloths, 16 cents pet yard.
Arrangements have been made at the f I-
Bo rr ee-- William Cutieli, Jr., William '
i iowmg planes, where cloth., RIO wool will bl.
Moore , J amps Stewart, (Manor.) .
taken anti returned. ~, , r, two weeks..
Blair—Jobe Hemphill, Alexander Mc. At the hon.e of John wail, Illrtsleg Val-
Cormit k, Abraham Van Tries.
I v ; Jacob M'Galtan, M'Connellstown ; J.
Cromwell—Jonathan Carothers, John Eatrekin's store, Coff:e Run ; John Givin's
Taylor. , sore. Leonard Weaver, Jacob C I'Pr ,BB and
Dublin—William Appleby: I Matthew Garth r, Woodcock Valley t Gem
met & Porters store, Alexandria ; Walter
Frm thli a—A .thn 1). Bell. ' Gealrim's store, Carrie Valley ; Dvu'irt's
Henderson— • Henry Ciirnprobst, Thoinac, . 7, HI% Sinking Valley ; r/iyis brook's Mill,
Fisher. J antes Nl'Ca be, Samuel I:: Ste . Pair township ; James Cancfron's—stotie,
yetis, William Summers i Frank:it,. ; G-o,'Sti-iner's store, Water
! street ; jomes tiiixton's more, Huntingdon.
- 11 "st ( m — J'Ilin "FP" , . I "e 6 li"ver. k& i :( e a l i7c n d s s w tt i t ' fi r' s! ' e. 4 Z:e .x i c ic h c ' o n r ge ni ‘ o v crii i t r e;l l. .. m"-
(Dry Gan.) I 117' Alt kinds of country rivoettex to in
Morris—John Donnelly, David Sle'vart. i xcliange for work.
Porter— Saniu el ts'ity kr r. , I VVIT,t.i AM BUCHANAN,
Cl)?. ER)) ECKKIID.
Shirley—S,thittel Minms, gsq.
. t NVillianislntrr, MArc.ll 19, 1845.-1 v
,ti'uyder--Juselil , Burley.
Ten—William Orr, E..q
Tod—John ?dye' lv
Tfirone---Annitruilg Crawlira, lien'
SAinuel My!im, John Witt(
Jarof)Duitilc, John U, Ftiott
David (land, Il(•nrY Ihrbison, :John K
Nell David J: (ihule
Trial List for .Itralast Term
Samuel layer t' J hn Farrinsworth
Marti,, Gates v Hobert Moore
John M'Comh v C. A. Nelainghain
Edward O'Hare v S. Roy rit al
J. Leslies, assinees v Wilti6 & Jones
Lombard for Moore v Samuel Cold well
Wm. McNite v Stains et tI
P. Frazier Smith v William Pollock
Lumlir'd for Comp. v D av i s mid Se e d s
A. 1). Leonard v Lytl e & Patterson
Com'th. t'ennsyl'a. at Alex. Ennis
Dr. A. Johnson v Dr. C.O'Ftiel
Wiiliam Rogers v Hewit & Fries
J. I'. M'Dowell v Dougherty (Inn'kr.)
E. Shoemaker v Alexander Gw' tn
.1 flothan Jackson v J. &J. Forrest
Thomas Wilhtuns v•C. E. ce,dne
A.J an istcn Brffirtker Stifiler
Twid and Lentninn v G W. Patterson
Janice Parsons JAI) Rouse
SECO .1 1 D IV RE K
David W. liteings v Isaac lingers & en
Thotna , for Dysart v G. S Hoover Cunt.
K. L. Green v Isiah Fit k
John siliaver v 1) tvid Milligan
M'Britie et al 3cc. v Z. G., Benson •
Wilson lc Cm. v I),tvidilidieson
( ',until. of Penna. v at Moore
11. C•rownever. a/ ‘Vin. Pollock
J. I)4:keys Mims. v A. P. Wilson Esq.
Jos, ph Parsons v Alex .Scott
J. Martin's Adm'r. v Dougherty
I)enlinger for use at Willi:on Relsort
G. B. Matthews a , John Marks
J.itnes 1)t sart v H. Seeds et el
C. 11. Lase & Co. v Jacob Dri , ks
Ci•miniiii wealth v W Price et el
John Miller v Goailfellow's admit ,
i 1). Brallstetter t, Nowlin & l(olikon
Chas. Merriman v 'Thomas M. 0 weits
Higgins &c. far use v I%rael Girth.
Ltal. Lingal her 1, Xanitis L, ff
J. D. I).tyis for use v John Dalighcriy
Ewing for Gates // James Ewing .
John Potts for use v J. G.Lightner et al
Same at Same
teal,LA aIIT,AIIIS O 1 / 4 21r 'agllf.z./
2000 I), I,ll)l3tallides---first clu;, ( l l, l , t?'.
050 1),.y Gnini
E .1' Ll' E .71 E
3000 Dry .5' ate('(;lira, elo.
All the newlyipers :ire ol patent remloo 4 o o 1 1 1 1 1. 1 . ,. `,i 5 i t . Ili des, K .
( Peon sIl rd edit, fr emiglis, colds, consumption mid va-.
00 13 iles dry Patna Ki s. „o w ,• diseases which flesh 'shell* to,"
120 liim•lls pro c , :e di ng front aunt fee': btu all experience
Tanner's and Currier's Took. teaches that an mince of firmentive is
For sake to the country atiners".at the better than a pound it cure ;" having
lowe , t prices and upon the . best terms. the mews of tarnishing the former article
N. li. All kinds of Leather wanted for on short im i t l ice iit .' , l s lie t z rl
which the highest pliers will he paid in cil
Cabil or in "N"l'""gi' r'''' Hid" , () if ' respectfully informs the plod eitiz , ns of the
1). KIIIKPA,TIi K & tNS,
row;li Ilunting and the public pu
No. 21 South Strcet, cyan,. , that lie still c ontinues the
lioet anti Altorzlitattinit
business, at his ul l stand in Allegheny st.,
one door west of NVilliain Stewart's Store,
in the borough of Humingilini, where lie has
lately received a large assortment a new
and fashionalil, tast9. on which he guaran
tees to finish his wink not only according to
he latest styles, lint in a workmanlike man
ner, a Al :lees rding to it
,mphy s none but the b •st and mnst ex
pet kneed workmen, and by strict attention
to business and priictuality hr promises, lie
hi.pes to deserve and receive a liberal share
\VAN'IED—an A PPRENTICE to the abore
business—a boy of Iti or 17 years of age will
be preforred, and find a good situation if ap
plication he in:tde soot , . •
ARLES S. BLACK.
Huntingdon, April 23, 1845.
Oct. 9. 184 , 1. Iv
C AUTION.—The snbscriber h I,
cautions and forewarns all persons tram pm'.
chasing, levying on, cr in anv way distort,
lag or meddling with the foclowlng,proper
tv, which I purchased at Constable's site as
the property of Genree Smith, of Fiend,-
son township, on the 2,1 day of April inst.,
and lett in the possession of said George
Smith tili 1 find it convenient to remove the
same, to wit .
1 hie, 1 dunF,houk .1 double tree, I
I shovel plouAli, 1 cuttioe; 1.. x, I hull' 1tu,1,-
el measure, lot of barrels, I harrow, I
saddle, I brindle huh I, 2 hlnt k heifers, 1 twat
ly !wirer, I brindle cow, of 12 acres of
wheat rind lye in the ground, and 13 acres
of wheat in the ground.
West tp. April 9, 184.5.—pd.
- - - - - - -
USTIC RS' Blanks all kinds, for sale
7.0 at tliis
WOOLLEN AI A 11 . UFA CTOR Y
'tun subset ibers respectfull) inform their
friends and the public in general, that they
are prepared to manufacture cloths. satti
netts, flannels, Li inkets, carpeting, Sze., nt
the wyll known establishment, formerly ic
cupied by Jeremiah %Iliad . ..ad, situated in
the town of Willianriburg, fluntingden
Pa. Their machinery will be in good order,
and having none but good workmen in their
employ, they will aSsnre all who may favor
them with their custom that their orders
wilt be executed in a satisfactory st) le on
the ihurtest notice.
. (29 znLk.v..l EZ3 .
They will card wool into rolls at the low
price of 64 cents per pound ; card and spin
12 cuts per pound, 16 cents per pound
01.ttifactUre white fl innel front fleece, 314,
cents per yard ; manufacture brown flaunt!
from fl .ece, 40 cents per , yard ; thty
find sattinett warp stud mount' tcture satti •
netts of all dark colors at 45 cents per yard;
cloths wide, 50 cents per yard ; common
broad cloth, $1 25 per yard ; blankets, 63
per pair; plain gi alibis carpet, 50 cents per
yard they will card, spin, double and twist
stneking yarn at 20 cents per pound ; color
ing carpet, 4...overd E and stodting yarn, from
15 to 31 cents per prima.
Cloths of ail dark colors, 22 cents per.
Of all toe cures that have yet been record
there are certainly none qua I to tlow
h..Towinentional. and they pimply .sithvr,
. / the curability of Consumption,even in
tl acne's, 5..1 cents per yard blabkets, 7 cent s o f i ts worst fo rms ; ' ••
7Y) S EAR.I73 1.1 4 : ( - 177 ZENS -We know
troll what we see and foel. that the animal
I, .0v is, in its organs and fon:dons. subject
..rytrmt, inducing pain, and tending
to it, de,trlyti ,, n. In this disordered state,
u alien providing for the re-es
tabl ei:t of crder, by exciting some salu
tary evacuation of the morbilic matter, or I, v
nom eot licr opera , whieh es:lanes enr
imperfrrt Scasen anet resrlllT.hes. In .notne
can, she brings on a mink by the bowels, 111
othrrs liy sweating, Bc , '” Bcc •
Now experience has taught us th , t there
arc certain substances, lie nt bids. , t1 , 1 1 b 31 to
the living body, int,nally or externally., we
can at will produce the same evacuations,
and tints d'o in fl short time, whit nature
could do hut Slowly, and do eft".•etu'tlly what
she mizlit not have strength to accomplish,
\\iv, then we have seen a disease cured by
certain naturalevacuatioi, 4101141th:it dis-
Or.Clir again, we may count upon curing
it by the 115 e of such suhstances, as we know
bring about the same evacu Ition, which we
had behave observed to cures similar disease.
It is in cntw.nnence or the power which
the Brandreth Pins exert (gym the wh , le
system, that makes them sn universally ben
eficial. It is because they impart to the
holy, the pnwer to expel disease without
leaving any evil eff et.
Asa gen •r.tl family medicine, itrandreth'S
Pills are, it is believed by the Proprietot%
sunrinr to every nth-, ed to the Imltlir..
I)r.llrandreth's Pills are for sale by the
, 11 ,,, vitiZ Agents n, +his county.
M'Fart•ine, Garber, Reet)., liollidaysburg.
X. Lk N. Cresswell. Petersburg.
Moore & Swinne,
ljartrnal, & Smith, Manor 11111..
Thomas NI. 0 ~
A. Patterson, William.htutr.
131,01. nn l 1\1.(1,1, n,
r f - The ah-wc :11e the author zed
gcattiin illititing(loti county.
April 16. 1R45.:::11 11th Jy
Rags ! Bagh !
entintry can st-II their Hags for
Cash, at the highest market prices, or
in exr.h•tnge far a large atts , rt mrtit
of \Vriting, Printing
ping Papers of rations pri
ces. 4l# .—.S n extol
st ve assortment of
solv• of which cart - ho ~till tit half the tonal
price. Also, a tren-ral
the STAN DARD St:11001, Ito - Ks, BLANK
BOr:NS and Stationary, which will be sold at
low 'prices, lust
WIL1:1 A M PA Rit
I),•aler, No. 4, North Alb rivet,
‘vt , Market st. Phil'a,
Id In i•II, 1P45.-9mn.
Tn. LANK BONDS to Constables for Stay
of Fxecution, under the view law, just
printed, and for sale, at this orrice.
:DUIeaSCIS Of the Lungs and Zreaf:t.
To TitE lo accordance w ith thc
tirevliliug custom, and in order to sin.. v tint
virtuesof this medicine mute fully, th. tor.
lowingcertificates have been selected ; and
as it is not our wish to trill: with the lit c m
or health of those ;.illicted, we sincerely
p' edge ourselves to make no assertions or.
•! false statements" 01 its efficacy; nor will
we hold out any hope to suffering humanity
which facts will not warrant. The pilots
iare her given — anti i
we solicit an nquiry.
from the public ihto tlery case we publish,•
and feel assured they will find it a medicine
well deserving their patronage and cunt',
Let every man, woman and child read tmi
Milow ing, and we are sure that it must Siek
ly all of the great virtues - of the medicine•.
Q 7 Read the following from Dr.. Jur, ly
I lotfman, a physician of extensive practice iu
Untaingdon counts :
Dear Sit procured one bottle of Dr.
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cho ry, front
Thomas Read, Esq. of this place, and tried
it in a case of obstinate Asthma (.11a rbild (.1
Paul Schweble, in which many other reme
dies had been tried without any relief. 'I lie
lalsatit gave sudden relief, and in niropiri , '
ion the child is effectuelly cured by its use.
JACOB HOFFMAN, m.
Dec. 23; 1841,
The case of Thomas Cozens is related hyl
hinisel as follows, stud acknowledged by
all who knew him to be one of the most
astonishing and extresordinary cites evel
. IlAnnoisFiEhn, N. 3..?
April 12.0, 1893.
On or about the 13th of October, - 1841, $
was taken with a t intent pain in the
near the Liver,. which continued about live
days, and was followed by the breaking
an dicer, or something inwardly, which re
lieved. the pain a- little; bat canard me to
throw up a great quantity tit offensive mat
ter and also much blood. Being greatly
alermed at this 1 applied ton physician, who.
said he thought lie could do.but little for
use except give me some mercury pills
which 1 refused to take feeling satisfi,'d that
they could do me no good I many other re
medies were then procured by sly wife and
friends but none did me any good and the
discharge blood rod putrid corruption
still ci inhaled every few days, and at the lath
it b,came so offensive that I cou!el scarcely
breathe. I was slit) mix 'cl with a 544(14
C itigh,which at timescitilsed mo to raise mud)
more blood than I had formerly done, and
my disease continued in this way until Feb
ruary, when all hopes of may recovery were
given up, and try friends all thought that I
would die of a galloping consumpficin. At
this menit nt w hen my life apparently wi,s•
drawing near to its close, l heard of I V ol ,
Balsam of Wild Cherry mid got a bottle
which relieved Ole inimedintely, and by the
use of only three haul, s of this medicine('
all my plias were removed, mid my cough
and spitting of blond removed, and in a few
I days my health was it fat' testared as to
I able me to work at my trade (which is that
I of a carpenter) and op to this time I have
I enjoyed good health.
W ITNK gs.-.4 :an acquainted -with 'rhos
Coz •ns and having seen him during Lis ill- -
nes., I think his statement is entitled to full'
credit. SAM. 11. BURROUGHS.
flt.otteitslFit CoeNTv, as.
Appeared before roe personally, and affirm
ed according to law, on the flOth of April;
1893 : J. CLEM EN r.
irj• It is unnecessary to remind all who ,
would get the true article,.tuiLquire partic
ularly fur "1)r. Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Chet ry," and nothing else.
Unprincipled dealers will tell inn.that the
Sy a re of Wild Cherry, or some tall( r cough
is divine is I quail). :is good. Il , •cacd them
i.w.—they fault want vine MONEY ! Itemeni
lierot is " Wistar's Wilsam of Wild Chi r
re" that not only red( yeti hut cures !.
Price one dollar ter bottle, or oix for $.5",
For sale only in Cincinnati, by
corn, 01 l'ourth and II alma.
Alsn, f.r" sale liy Thomas Road f.l Soo,
(wholos:de and retail.) Huntingdon, aid
Airs. Mary Orr, Hollidaysburg.
linuary IS, 1845.-6 in.
.51111 Eyes This fray.
The subssriber would m o st msp,-ctrialy
Minim his friends and the public in gen
eral, that he has recently received and
opened a good assortment of contectioa.,ry
tad fruit, which he Alas for sale in the
basement story of the store or Thos. Bead
& Son, where or will be pleased to wait tar'
all those who will give him a call.
He will have c o,istantly on hand •
Raisins, rigs, Oranges, ICITIOEN,
rout all other articles usually kept to touter•
tionaries. He also has beer, Ci.kes anti
Z.l O •
of every description. king rf any kind.
done according to order t i; short notice.
His intention is to lit.te none but the veil
best articles, and to have always a good sup •
ply in his shop, and last he would. say to all, call and judge for ourselves.
11e hopes to 'Vern and receit,e 1 share of
public patronage, as his intention is to scat
on very moderate teems.
ilittitingdon, lone 11, 1845.-3 t.
1. - rnAN - F.D:,,,iy from the subscriber on
Crit)Sunday cnittg, the 18th ir.st., from Pi
per's Dam, oar Petersburg, a dal k bay
horse, 8 or 9 years old, about middle siz e d,
has a crack so one fore and one of his hind
feet. - Any person taking up said horse, and
writing to the subscriber :n Waynesburg,
Mifflin county, or sending hint there shall be
liberally rewarded for his trouble, and all
charges paid. Ile is supposed to have gone.
towards Shaver's Cre-k Valley or Stone
Valley. J.AMES GARLINGER.
Waynesburg, klyy 19, 1845