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sent of Iluntingdon and the pronto in gonrril
for sustaining them against high nrired eomp
tition. They have just rptorn.tti from the City
with a splendid stork of Spring and Summer
Fos end Boys, '•
Consisting of Business, Dress, Sack and Frock
COATS. of ail colors, aizes and kinds, suited
to the season ; Cassimere Pants, Vests and
Standing Coll, Patent Shoulder Scam Shirts,
which for beauty of fit, comfort and elegance
are unequalled. Purchasers will at all times
get a neat garment and a good fitby buying their
13. & W. SNARE.
PHILADELPHIA 4. NEW YORK HATS,
Suited for Arsons of all Tastes.
Boots SllO,, Gaiters and Slippers for sum
We keep the largest assortment of
Trunks, Carpet Bags and Valise Trunks at the
lowest prices, that is offered for sale in the
county. Umbrellas and all other articles usual
ly kept (and a numb, of al tales too turner°os
to name) in a w-ll regulated Clothing Store.
Qom' These good; have all been purchased for
Cash, which will enable us to eel' them 25 per
rent= lower than goods bought on the credit
B. ik W. SNARE
March 27, 1851.-3 m
Six Cents Reward 1
RAN AWAY from the subscriber in Crom-
well townah,p, Huntingdon county, on the 20th
of March 1821, an Indentured Apprentice to
the Tanning Business, (named David Ndlley,)
aged la years 2 months, rather small and a down
look. All persons Are warned auainst harbor
ing or trusting said Runaway. The above re
ward will he paid to bring him home, but nei
ther thanks nor charges.
March 27, 1951.-3 t.—•
Estate of SAMUEL M'ICINSTRY, late of
Shirley township, Huntingdon Co., dee'd.
LETTERS Testamentary having been grant
ed to the undersigned on the Estate of said de-1
teased, all persons knowing themselves indebt
ed will please make immediate payment, and
those having claims will pre , iont them properly
authenticated to JOHN M'ICINSTRY,
Shirley township, March 27, 18.51.-6 t.—•
3. D. WILLIA MS. JOHN HAFT, JR.
3. B. WILLIAMS sk Co.,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants and
Dealers in Produce and Pittsburg
No. 116, Wood Street, Pittsburg.
180 doz. Pomeroy's Corn Brooms.
121 ~ Holmes' Patent Zinc Wash Brushes.
100 kegs No. t & Pure White Lead.
100 Boxes W. R. & Cream Cheese.
100 .. Mould, Strained & Star Candles.
100 ~ Rosin and Palm Soap.
200 ~ Window Glass, assorted.
50 4, Pearl Starch,
50 ~ Saleratus.
150 packages Green and Black Teas.
100 bogs Rio, Leguyra and Java Coffee.
100 bbls. N. 0. and S. H. Molasses.
25 ~ and Golden Syrup.
50 4, Loaf, Crushed and Pulv. Sugars.
50 hlids. N. Orleans Sugar.
Lard Oil, Bacon. Dried Beef, &c.,
On accommodating Terms.
Refer to Merchants Thomas Read & Son,
.. Fisher &
.4 Charles Miller,
~ Honorable John Ker,
Match 27, 1251..—1 y,
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received
by the undersigned, at any time previous to
Saturday, March 29th, 1951, for delivering in
Birmingham, the following materials for the
Birmingham Female Seminary, viz:—
Stone by the perch ; Lime by the bushel.
Boat ds and Plank by the 1,000 feet.
Joist and Scantlings by the 1,000 feet.
Shingles by the 1,000.
Mao far doing the following work
Digging foundation by the cubic yard.
Bu Mug stone wall by the perch.
Building brick wall by the 1000.
Furnishing the materials and plastering by
the yard; and for furnishing all materials, erect
ing and finishing said building in one contract.
Plans and Specifications of the work and
materials can he seen at the Store of James
Clark, in Birmingham, at any time before the
day of letting. ISRAEL %V. WARD,
Birmingham, March 20,'51.-st.] Managers.
Estate of JAMES TRAVIS, late of Franklin
' township, Huntingdon county, dec'd.
LETTERS of Administration having been
granted to the undersigned on the Estate of said
deceased, all persons knowing themselves in
debted will please make immediate payment,
and those 'having claims will please present
them properly authenticated to
JOHN L. TRAVIS,
G. T. TRAVIS,
Franklin township, March 20, 1851.-6 t.•
First Arrival this Spring! !
MORE NEW GOODS are expected this day
at the "ELEPHANT," consisting in
Conestoga Sheetings, at the old price.
Bleached & unbleached Muslius from 3 to 1.2 i e.
Splendid Ruby Calicos.
Carpet Chain, all colors.
Lancaster Ginghams, 12i cents per yard.
Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Molasses, Tobacco,
Mackerel, &e., &c., all of which will be sold
at the usual low rates which have rendered the
" ELEPHANT" THE. Store of the county.
WILLIAM H. PEIGHTAL.
/eisatiagdon, Marsh 13, 1861.-If.
COUNTY SURVEYOR,--Offiee at his resi
dence, about one mile from the borough of Al
exandria, on the road leading to Woodcock Val
ley. He will at all times be prepared to attend
v 8 business Who line of his profoilea.
J*l. ii 31111--tt
WHEREAS by a precept to me directed, slated
at Huntingdon, the 14th day of Jan. A.
D. 1851, under the hands and seals of the Hon.
George Taylor, President of the Court of Com
mon Please, Ojer and Terminer, and 'general
jail delivery of the 20th judicial district of Penn
sylvania composed of Huntingdon, Blair and
Cambria, and the Hon. James ()wit' and John
Stewart, his associates, Judges of the county of
Huntingdon, justices assigned, appointed, to hear
try and determine all and every indictments made
or taken for or concerning all crimes, which by
the laws of the State are made capital or felonies
of death and other offences, crimes and misde
meanors, which have been or shall hereafter be
committed or perpetrated fur crimes aforesaid
am commanded to make public proclamation
throughout my whole baliwick that a Canrt of
- Oyer unit Terminer, of Common Please and ,
Quarter Sessions, will be held at the Court
House in the borough of Huntingdon, on the
second Mondoy (and 14th day) of April
next, anti those who will prosecute the said pris
oners be then and there to prosecute them as it
shall be just, and that all Justices of the Peace.
Coronoro and Constables within said county be
then and there in their proper persons, et 10
o'clock, A. M. of . said day, with their records,
inquisitions, examinations and remembrances,
to do those things which to their offices respect
Dated at Huntingdon the 10th day of March in
the year of our Lord 1851. and the 74th year
of American Independence.
WM. B. ZEIGLER, Sh'if.
March 20, 1851.
yvnisatiss, by a pretept to me directed by the
Judges of the Common Pleas of the coon.
ty of Huntingdon, bearing test, the 14th of Jan ,
1811, I am commanded to make Public Procla
mation throughout my whole baliwick, tha•
coert of Common Pleas, will he held at the Court
Hons. in the borough of Huntingdon, on the 3d
Monday (amid 21st day) of Jan., A. D., 1811,
for the trial of all issues in said Court, which
remains undetermined before the said Judges,
when and where all jurors, witnesses and suit
era, its the trial of all issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon the 10th of March, in the
year of our Lord 1811, and the 74th year of
WM. B. ZEIGLER, Sheriff.
March 20, 1851.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons con
cerned that the following named persons have set
tled their accounts in the Register's Office at
Huntingdon, end that the said accounts will he
presented for confirmation & allowance at an Or
phans' Court. to he held at Huntingdon, in and for
the county of Huntingdon, on Wednesday the 16th
day of April next, to wit:
1. Stewart Wilson and Edwin J. Neff, Admin
istrators of the Estate of John Bruce, late of
West township, dee'd.
2. Trustee account of Wm. B. teas and Sam
uel WVitty, Trustees to sell the Real Estate of
Abraham Long, late of Shirley township, dec'd.
3. William B. Johnston, Administrator of the
Estate of Thomas Montgomery, late of Franklin
4. Isaac Heifner, Administrator of the Estate
of Peter Heifimr, late of Walker townshipolee'd.
5. Alexander Cannon, Administrator de bonis
non with the will annexed, of the Estate of John
Carmon, late of Barrec township, dee'd.
6. Jacob Eby and Samuel M'Vitty, Adminis
trators of the Estate of David Eby, late of the
borough of Shirleysburg, dec'd.
7. George Coach, one of Executors of the last
Will and Testament of Andrew Couch, late of
Barree township, dee'd.
8. Alexander Port, one of the Executors of the
last Will and Testament of Andrew Couch, late
of Barren township, deed.
9. Daniel Longenecker, Trustee to make sale
of the Real Estate of Jacob Longenecker, late of
West township, tlec'd.
10. David Snare, Executor of the last Will and
Testament of George Helfright, late of the bor
ough tluntingdon, deed.
11. James Ramsey and Wiliam. B. Leas, Ad
ministrators of the Estate of James Carothers,
late of the borough of Shirleysbarg, dee'd.
12. Jacob Shoop, Executor of the last Will and
Testament of Philip F. Shoop, late of Tell town
13. William V. Miller, Administrator of the
Estate of John Wiley, late of Brady township,
14. John R. Gosnell, jr., and David Myerly.
Administrators of Jesse Gosnell, late of Union
15. Caleb Swoop', Administrator of the Estate
of Moses Starr, late of Cass township, dee'd.
M. F. CAMPBELL, Reg'r.
Register's Office, Huntingdon, March 14, 1851.
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
JOHN STONE & SONS,
Importers and Dealers in Silks, Ribbons and Mille
nery Goods, No. 45, South Second Street,
HAVE received, by late arrivals, a large
and handsome assortment of
Spring Millinery Goods,
Selected by one of tnelirin in France. They
have now in store
Glaec Silks for casing Bonnets.
Fancy Bonnet and Cap Ribbons.
Plans Mantua and Satin Ribbons all widths.
A large assortment of Artificial Flowers.
Whit; and colored Crapes atit - C;;;;Lesse.
Frence Chip Hats.
Fancy Nets and Laces.
Fancy Lease Trimmings—Caps.
Covered Whalebone•, &c., &c., with all oth.
er articles appertaining to the Millinery Trade,
March 20, 1821.-Im.
TO the Honorable the Judges of the Court of
Quarter Sessions of Huntingdon county.
The Petition of Joseph Forrest respectfully
shewuth :—That he is desirous of keeping a
public :muse at his old stand in the Borough of
Petersburg for the ensuing' year, that the said
house is well suited for a house of public en
tertainment, with the necessary stabling there
to attached. He therefore prays your honors
to grant him a License to keep an !nu or Tav
ern at the house aforesaid, fur the ensuing year,
and lie will pray,
March 13, 1851.-31
We, the undersigned, citizens of the borough
of Petersburg, in the county of Huntingdon,
do hereby certify that we are well acquainted
with Joseph Forest, the above petitioner, and
the house for which license is prayed, and that
the said Inn or Tavern is necessary to accom
modate the public and entertain strangers and
travellers, and that the said Joseph Forrest is
a person of good repute for honesty and tempe
rance and is well provided with house room and
conveniences for the accommodation of stran
gers and travellers.
John R. Hunter, H. Arlaity,
Oco. M. Cresswell, Wm. C. Hight,
Joseph Johnston, Isaac Patt,
Jno. P. Murphy, Jonathan Isenberg,
Thos. S. Kyler, Isaac Harman,
W. Benegarey, Henry 'Nevin.
I. A. Warmish's Boloort Mow*,
BY Virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni
Exponas, and Levr.ri Macias, to me directed, I
will, on Monday tho 11th day of April next,
at two o'clock, P. M„ expose to sale by public
outcry, at the Court House in the Borough of
Huntingdon, the following described real estate,
All defendants right, title and interest in and
to all that certain tract or parcel of land situ
ate in Dublin township, Huntingdon county,
containing about 97 aeres, adjoining lands of
Henry Likely, Samuel Campell, and others,
having thereon erected a log dwelling house,
about 69 or 60 acres cleared, more or legs."
Seized, taken into execution and to be sold as
the property of William P. Laughlin.
All that certain piece or lot of ground sites
le in Tod township, Huntingdon county, con.
taining fifteen acres, more or less, adjoining
lands of Edward Anderson and Henry Roods,
having thereon erected a two story log house,
store house and frame stable, all cleared,—and
also 150 acres of unseated land situate in the
same township, adjoining lands of Philip Bar
nett, Jesse Cook and David Blair, Esq.
Seized, taken into execution and to be sold
as the property of John P. Baker.
A certain tract of land situate in Cass town
ship, Huntingdon county, containing about 300
acres, more or less, adjoining lands. of John
Miller's heirs, George Quarry, James .1.)11 and
Jacks mountain on the east, having thereon
erected a small log house, also a log house un
finished, a small log stable, about 100 acres
Seized, taken into execution and to be sold
ao the property of John Quarry, with notice to
A certain tract, parcel or piece of ground
situate in Barree township, Huntingdon coun
ty, bounded and described as follows, to wit :
Beginning on the line of John Little's land at a
white oak, thence along said line south fifty
three degrees east thirty-four perches to a gum,
thence south twenty-five and one-third degrees
east sixty-four perches to a post, thence north
sixty-five degrees east forty perches to a post
in the centre of a spring, thence south eighty
six degrees east thirty perehes to a dogwood,
thence north forty-two degrees east one hund
red and forty-six and one-half perches to a
white oak, fallen, thence north fifty-eight de
grees west one hundred and sixty-one perches
to a rock oak, thence south sixty-four degrees
west twenty-eight perches to a chestnut oak,
thence south forty-eight degrees west one hun
dred and fifty-nine perches to a white oak to the
place of beginning, containing two hundred and
thirty-three acres and one hundred a thirty
three perches and the usual allowance, togeth
er with hereditaments and appurtenances.
Seized, taken into execution and to be sold as
the property of Michael Sassaman and Peter
Sassaman, with notice to Terre Tenant..
All the defendants right, title and interest in
and to a certain tract of land situate in Brady
township, Huntingdon courity,containing 'bout
lOU acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Jas.
Lane, David Milliken, Irvin & Co., hav
ing thereon erected a log house and cabin barn,
an apple orchard, with about 30 acres cleared.
Seized, taken into execution and to be sold
as the property of James Kelly.
All the within named defendant's interest,
right and title to and in a certain lot of.grounst
situate in the Borough of Hollida)shurg, in the
township of Blair, and comity of Blair, being
lee feet on Wayne street and 60 feet on Walnut
street, situate on the southwestern corner of
said two streets, having thereon erected a two
story frame dwellicg house, framestable, wood
and smoke house,—said lot it well fenced and
in good condition, and has a good well'of water
and pump and other conveniences.
Seized, taken into execution and to be sold
as the property of John Bollinger.
The following real estate, being a piece, par
cel and tract of land situate near the borough
of Huntingdon, in said county or Huntingdon,
bounded as follows, to wit: by lands of James
jr., David Snare,John Porkier, Geo.
Black, Joseph Stewart, ames Gain, Andrew
P. Wilson, Orbison & M'itjurtrie, and lands
devised by Charles Smith, deceaSed, to his son,
Theodore H. Smith, containing about one hund
red acres, together with the here,itaments and
Soized,taken into execution, and to be Fold
us the property of Benjamin E. M'Murtrie.
All that piece and parcel of land in the bor
ough of Huntingdon, lying on the north of
Moore street and between Franklin and Bath
streets in said borough, which has not been ap
propriated by the original proprietor of said
borough to the use of a public grammar and
free school, (the ground so appropriatdll being
designated in the recorded plan of the said
borongh and containing two acres.) Also, all
that piece, parcel and tract of land, adjoining
and lying north of the said borough of Hunt
ingdon. bounded by land conveyed to the said
Benjamin E. M'Murtrie, by Leonard Kimball,
Trustee under the Will of Charles Smith, de
ceased, on the west, by land of Alexander
Owin on the north, by land of Christian Cole
stock on the east, and the borough of Hunting
don and land of Isaac Dorland on the south,
containing about one hundred acres, more or
less, together with the bereditaments and ap
Seized, taken into execution, and to be sold
as the property of Benjamin E. M'Murtrie.
All that certain two story brick Building,
situate on a lot of ground south east of and near
to the Borough of Huntingdon in Henderson
Township, übont fifty yards more or less East
of the bridge across Stone Creek, and fronting
on the Pennsylvania Railroad, and the lot and
peice of ground and cartilage appurtenant to
Levied upon and taken in execution as the
property of Samuel Houck.
A tract or parcel of land situate on Spruce
Creek, in Franklin township, Huntingdon co.,
adjoining lands of James Ewing, of lohnathan
M'Williams, Esq., and of Crain's heirs, con
taining 155 acres 130 perches, more or less,
with two dwelling houses thereon, one con
structed of logs and one a frame weather board
ed, and a large frame bank barn and other im
provements thereon, it being the same land
which in pursuance of an action of partition
in the Court of Common Pleas of said county,
No. 53, January Term, 1813, was decreed to
Martin Gates and John Ewing.
Seized, taken to execution and to be sold as
the property of John Ewing co. deft. with
Martin Gates, dec'd, with notice to Hugh Seeds
• Terms of sale, one fourth of the purchase
money to be paid WS bid off, otherwise the psi ,
chaser or purchasers will be required to pay 15
per cent on the amount bid, for disappointment
of sale, and the property will be set up for sale
the following clay.
WM. B. ZEIGLER, Sheriff.
Huntingdon, March 13, 1851.
TIISTICE OF THE PEACE—Office in Win
<7. ta,_ ,
full quart bottles, sil i e e o , tta uvee trui
T r t.b i e ' srr i l t ir:lt r a n
six TIMES as much p ut ur e o r
e t a. r
Sarsaparilla as any slinila v r prepa e r e at e io v i ve
ev l e. ioe
ono tt:alar per bottle, or !Lipp f II
It has been a well established fart for years past, that
Sarsaparilla, when pure and properly propane', wax the
only true panacea for all diaeaaea originating from an
impure state of the blood, the use of mercury, intoxicating
drinks, mil habits In youth, barrenness, kg. Wo boldly
wen, that JOHN BULL'S
fluid Extract of Sarsaparilla
la the only preparation before the public, that la prepared
ou .trlctly aelentifte principle., and of uniform ntrength.
The Sarsaparilla in purchased without regard to price, an t
ovary pound, banse being used, is subject to the strictest
chemical testa, anti Its genuinenusa ascertained before being
Bull's Sarsaparilla MHO Contains tho virtues of several
other valuable medical roots, together forming the bust
compound, and producing 000 00000440 00114TIVII come
TN mix xsown amt.! This Mulleins, when usod according
WILL CURE WITHOUT FAIL S
aomfurtu or King's lAA, Cancers, Tumors, Eruptions of
the Skim Reysi)wlax, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ringworm or
Totters, Srnld flood,ltheunialism, Pains in the
lion;s or Joints, Old Soresand Oars, Swelling
qf the Glands, ,q3lgidia, Dyspepsia. Salt
Rheum, Diseases qf the kidneys, Loss
of Appetite. Distance arising from
the use qf .Mereury, Thin in the
Bide and Shoulders, Gene
_ rat Dehility, Drapsy,_
Lumbago, Jaundice. Costirmie'ss, SOrgThrotit, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds, 'Weakness of the Chest, Pulmonary Affuo.
tions, and all other diseases tending to produce
Liver Complaint, Female Irregularities and Complaints,
Sick and Nervous Headache, Low Spirits, Night Sweats.
Esposure or Imprudenee in Life, Chronic Constitutional
Disemes; and is a spring and summer drink, and general
tonic for the and a gentle and pleasant purgation,
far millerior to Blue Lick or Congress water, Baits, or &W
The Louisville Courier thus speaks of Hull's Sarsaparilla:
We have boon shown, by Mr. John But, proprietor of
that world-renowned preparation, "Bull's Fluid Extract of
Sarsaparilla," an original, genuine, and beautiful letter,
addressed to him by the accomplished lady of one of the
most eminent old physicians in the West, giving a detailed
account of one of the moot astonishing cures on record, per
fovtail alone by the use ofßull's Sarsaparilla."
This most excellent and charming huly . lted long suffered
from prolapses uteri, fluor tabus, piles, and chronic diseases
of the stomnelt and digestive organs, and derangement of
the whole system, attended with distressing cutaneous erup-
tion, sick headache, and violent attacks of cramp. After
exhausting all of her husband's skill, and applying to many
celebrated medical gentlemen, both at home and abroad,
and also using grout quantities of " Townsend's Sarongs,
rifle," without the slightest relief, she was induced to use
"John Bull's Sarsaparilla." And what was the happy
result? After the use of es few bottles, a perfect and won.
&ant eure—the Indy restored to perfect health, and to her
usual flow of spirits.
Such letters I. the one we speak of, must afford Mr. Mull
more real gratification, than could the possession of count.
less wealth. And whether he accumulates wealth or not
by the ode of hie truly valuable Medicine, being its author
Is glory and boner enough and ho can say to the world,
witheut fear of contradiction, "I have in my poverty re
lieved more hunters suffering, than did Stephen Oironl or
John Jacob Astor with their millions."
RHEUMATISM CURED !
Lot all v.ho are suffering under the agonizing torturer of
Rheumatism reful the following, and see what may be done
for them, if they will use the infallible remedy:
UNIONTOWN, Hr., ➢lay 12,1848.
Me. Jona , BM, Dear Sir,--For the last three years, I
have heen afflicted with Rheumatism of the severest char
acter. I was at thew iu the greatest agony of pain. I tried
every remedy I could procure for the disease; but found no
permanent relief until I was induiml to use your prepare.
tion of Sarsaparilla, which has entirely eared me of Itheu
matism, and greatly improved my general health more
Mill any medicine I ever used. I have been free from pain
for several mouths, and have no doubt the cure is perms
nest; and I recommend it as the best medicine in tlfe, for
Rheumatism. ISIIAM BRIDGES.
It Is coolers to produce further testimony in favor of this
greet remedy. It lons only to be tried and proved, to con
vince the public of its superior efficacy.
Notice to Females,
John Bull's Sarsaparilla is one of the greatest female
medicines now In existence. In those numerous cases
where tho constitution in debilituted, the nervous energy is
lessened, when the efforts of nature are weak and deficient,
or are profuse and overwrought, when the face Is pale and
colorlenn, the strength feeble and yielding, the spirit trou
bled and depressed, the health broken, mind shaken, and
consequently the happiness destroyed—then Bull's Saner
patina is a sovereign remedy. It Resists nature in the per
formance of her duty, brucea the whole system, renews
permanently the natural energien, removes obstruetions,
cheeks excesses, creates pure and healthy blood, .d imparts
health and happiness. Were ladles generally to adopt the
use of this Medicine, we would see far lons suffering, disease
and unhappiness among them than now exists, health would
take the place of disease, th I rosy cheek would succeed the
pallid face; wo should have smiles instml of tears. and per.
haps a happy long Bib instead of ono cut short by disease,
or made miserable by continued suffering and affliction.
At that critical period termed. th, "turn of Ilfs," which is
often attended with AO much danger, Bull's Sarsaparilla in
found to exert n most beneficial effect. All Wien approach
ing this crisis, should Is. apprised of this fact, and avail
themselves of this suluublo Medicine.
A BEAUTIFUL CLEAR SKIN.
How we all admire a dear, beautiful, white akin, and a
rosy colored cheek. How often do wu sue persons, not pos
sessing this "desideratum so devoutly to be wished," re
sorting to cosmetics, lotions, washes, paints, and coloring
materials, to restore to them a semblance of what disease
hes deprived them of, and that, too ' with great injury to
the skin. Bull's Sarsapas Ma to the best Cosmetic known.
It beautifies the skin by removing every particle of morbid
and diseased mutter from the blood, making it pure, heal
thy and vigorous, giving activity to every ntinute vessel,
and changing the yellow and dark countenance to the
bloom and freshness of youth. Ladies, abandon the use of
paints and mixtures, and use Bull's Sarsaparilla, the only
effmtual remedy. "A word to the wise is sufficient," and
a hint is enough for the italics.
THAN WAR EVER OFFERED IN FAVOR OF ANY MEDICINE,
Read the testimony of Dr. Moore.
Ma. JonN Butt,—l hare nn hesitation in Keying that I
believe your Sureu.parilla to Le the beet article ever menu
factured, for the cure of Seroftila, Syphilis, and tunny other
Cutaneous or Glandular Affections, having used it with
entlro success in numbers of the above rum,
Louisville, Dee. 26, 1647. JAS. M. MOORE, M. D.
Front Dr. L. P. Fandell,,Pnfranc qf Chemistry in lAtiii•
ville Medical CoUrge.
I have looked over the list of ingredients composing
Joan Bytes COMPOUND EXTRACT Ok' SARSAPARILLA,
and have no hesitation in raying that they form a safe conk•
pound. and one that promises well in chronic diseases, to
which it is applicable. L. P. YANDELL, M. D.
Louisville, June 6, 1848.
From Dr. Pyles, Physician by appointment to the Louirrille
Marine Itapital. .
Leinsvms, March 20, 1919.
I have examined the preparation of the prescription of
JOHN BULL'S SARSAPARILLA, and believe the combina
tion to be en excellent ono, and well calculated to produce
an alterative impression en the system. 1 have used it
both in public and private practice, and think it the best
article of Sarsaparilla in use. N. PYLES, M. D.,
Resident Physician, Marine Hospital.
Lieu's SAnqApmumn.--Clo where you will, to steamboat.
bound for Mollyllle, New Orleans, St. Louis, Cincinnati,
Madison, Frankfort, or for the Orson Elver country, and
you will trod honiense supplies of this preparation about
be!ng shipped on board.
Btit fetrmerehanis visit our city, in whatever branch of
trade soever they may be engaged, but have orders for
more or less of Sarsaparilla. Louirville Democrat.
Manufactured at Dr. JOHN BULL'S Laboratory.
81 Fourth street, Louisville, Ky.
For Sale at the Store of T. Boon & Sox, in
the borough of Huntingdon. [March 20, 1851.
JOHN A. NEFF, for many years in the house
of Mr. Buehler & Bro„ desires to inform
bis friends of Huntingdon county that he has
connected himself with the firm of Messrs.
Lower & Barron, No. 174, North Third Street,
3rd door above Vine Street, where he will be
pleased to offer every article in the HARDWARE
LINE AT MUCH LOWER PRICES than ever before
sent to his native county.
Ph ilad'a, March 20, 1851.—tf.
Are you Insured ?
TP not, insure your property nt once in the Cum
herland Valley Mutual Insurance Company.
*vitro , W. SPUR, Agent,
The undersigned, appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Huntingdon county to report liens
against the estate of Mary Barton, decd, and
to distribute the balance in the hands of the
administrator, will attend for that purpose at
his office, in the Borough of Huntingdon, on
Thursday the 3rd day of April, A. D. 1331, at
10 o'clock, A. M., when and where all persons
interested can attend.
THOMAS P. CAMPBELL.
March 13, 1851,--lt.] Auditor.
LETTERS of administration having been
granted to the subscriber upon the Estate
of JOHN BUMGARDNER, late of Union
township, deceased. All persons knowing
themselves indebted are requested to make
mediate payment, and those having claims are
requested to present them properly authenticat
ed for settlement.
March 0,1851.—8 t
Booksellers, Country Merchants
an 3 Teachers.
WE Respectfully request the attention of all
dealers in SCI-1001., MISCELLANE—
OUS or BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY,
PAPER and WINDOW SHADES, to our su•
perior facilities for supplying at unusually low
rates, for cash or approved credit, every article
pertaining to our business.
A long and active experience warrants us in
saying that we ran oirerlnducerrients to pin.
chasers, EQUALLED BY FEW-EXCELLEL Os NONE.
We earnestly ask an examination of our ;node
of conducting business, believing i 1 an experi
ment is made, it will be found for the interest
of those desiring goods in our line to continue
operating With us.
Our stock is at all seasons large, and selected
with particular reference to the wants of Penn
sylvania, Ohio and the near trade generally.
Orders hp mall or otherwise despatched
pronzytly and at the lowest rates known in any
07 - The highest price given for RAGS in
cash. PECK & BLISS,
North East Corner or Third & A rch to
P FULA DELPA lA.
Philad'a, March 6, 1851.—1 m.
TO the Honorable the Judires of the Court of
Quarter . Sessions of Huntingdon county, at
April Term, 1651.
The Petition of James K. Hampson, of Mill
Creek, Brady township, and said county, res•
pecttully sheweth :—That he still occupies that
large and commodious brick tavern house in the
s: id township, which has heretofore been used
and occupied as a public house of entertain
ment, and is desirous of continuing to keep a
public house therein. He therefore prays your
Honors to arant him a License to kiep a public
house at the place aforesaid for the ensuing
year, and he will ever pray, Ike.
JAMES K. HAMPSON.
March 13, 1951.-3 t.
The subscribers, citizens of the township of
Brady, in the county of Huntingdon, recom
mend the above petitioner and do certify that
the Inn or Tavern above mentioned is necessa
ry to accommodate the public and entertain
strangers and travellers, and that the petitioner
above named is of good repute for honesty and
temperance and is well provided with house
room and conveniences for the lodging and ac
commodation of strangers and travellers.
Peter Yandevander, Robert A. Mattson,
John Smiley, Dickson Hall,
A ndrew Wise, Jesse Yocum,
Jacob Miller, Wash. Buchanan,
Joseph Weston, David Foster,
James B. Lane, Andrew Huey
Francis Holler, Samuel G. Simpson,
Martin Getz, James Simpson.
TO the Honorable Judges of the Court of
Quarter Sessions, &e., of Huntingdon county,
at April Term, 185
. . _ .
The Petition of John Livingston respect
fully represents:—That he has rented the En
charia,Hotel in the Borouzii of Huntingdon,
now occupied by Andrew Johnston, which he
desires to keep as a public house for the ensu
in g year. He therefore prays your honors to
grant him a License for the purpose aforesaid,
and he will ever pray, &e.
March 13, 1851.-31
We, the undersigned, citizens of the Borough
of Huntingdon Huntingdon county, do hereby
certify that John Livingston, theahovepetition
er, is a person of good repute for honesty and
temperance, and is well provided with house
loom Ind other conveniences for the accommo
tion of travellers, and that the Inn or Tavern
proposed to he kept is necessary to accommo
date the public, and entertain strangers and
J. Sewell Stewart, A. Johnston,
S. S. Wharton, Wm. A. Saxton,
Wm. H. Peightal, C. S. Black,
Thos. Jackson, T. 13. 141111er,
Benj. Snare, I'. IC. Simonton,
Geo. Gwin, Jas. Maguire,
fl. ANT'S INDIAN
PUB AY BALSAM,
The Great COUGIII
hinny years uf experience, and more than a Hundred
Thoartend ('area of tioinxitantst lye COIIIIII4 ill., have
to the undoubted satisfaction of all perfume who
have become acquainted with thin wonderful remedy, that it
IN greatly auperler, tweauxe It a soothing and healing,
had nerd certain to cure eniusumptlon of the
Lung., th an any other Remedy in Me world. We know,
however, that it is wild by aume that Consumption can not
be cured. Co that the optimal of the many or the few, we
shall not attempt to argue with such, but Ilea we will say,
and du assert an r fact,
_which nun he proved In Manna tidal
of muses, that this martini. has eared Coughs nod dis
eases which, Wars dm cores were effected, wore celled real
Commensal an, and which We /13 BUM led with symptoms
that reaumbtud, Unit wens in tall rerpirea Iffre the symptom.
of those oho die, and when dead are told to have aied with
thin. total di , eottis Conmattptlon. Tula Balsam has cured
thousands of porton. who were 'aid to he hupelearily tattle,
mi—who had hard, dug, racking Eanghs—Pains in the
Breast, Side, and /Suck—Difileulty of ilrenthltm—
Pi, Went grreetora —Hectic Felt" -
IVitNtillg away of tun Flenh and Mined. Pennine
having such colll,ltlillta hove been eared after It was add
they could not live a week longer. This Medicine has
oiled borne wins wore supported to lu in a dying Nitrate,
but, by the use of this remedy, they now Siva, mud enjoy
This Unlearn hi purely a vegetable competed. It is
pleasant to rake, and OltPer lio6B Sidi,in myeuge of dia.
'nee or under any cirentnetanees. It ertiTta San wunderred
and alma mien en! on. Cur., by Ynrlfy I ng,
ening. mid Invigorating the whole ayaiem—by
slag the circulation, and producing a AmiaiW action-11.e
allaying Cough—soot/rho the Nerved —end ardbe read
facilitating Expectoration. It Cures din follow ~ at,.
.11011, VIZ. :_
std Coble, Drunehitie,
Bleeding at the i. l / 7 11,5, Pains in the
Nereononese, Nilhe lheerte. P . apitation of the Heart end al
FEMALE NVEAKNE,,,IsHs rod Cv+rplJClfl truing
therefrom, Cholera I iar t y
Lir For Pima and paniculsre of Cur, sae our
Pmphlet. and Ilamlbithe—oll our Agent. twee dam td
For sale by T. K. SIMONTON, Euntineon ;
N. Swoope, Alexandria; J. Lutz, Shirleysburg.
J. & J. Kelly Burnt Cabin; James Kelly, Santa
Fe; and by Merchants and Druggists generally.
All orders mast be addressed to Wallace & Co.,
404 Broadway, New York. Jen. $O, 11161.
C. CHESEBROUGIE a, CO6
No. 16, SOUTH WiIIAIIVES,
Dealers in FISH, CHEESE AND PRO. ,
VISIONS. have constantly on hand an assort
ment of DRIED and PICKLED FISH, Esc., visa
Mackerel, Codfish, Hams, I . Butter,.
Salmon, Beef Sides, . I Pail.,
Sb„,i,. Pork, Shoulder!, I Ike. &e,
Herrings, Lard, Cheese, I
Philatl'a, March 0. 18r.31.-3m.
sr z. SATIMErtIii
Wholesale Tobacco Warel,•ouso.
No. 218, N. 3rd St., Plijadelphia..
COUNTRY Storekeepers oral Toba cconists
in general, coming to the di) , to PYrgb. 44
their spring supply, will do well to caßandes
amine my gcods. I hare on Lando large stock
of Leaf Tobacco, and a complete assortment or
SNUFFS, MANUFACTURED 'TOBACCO,
and SEGARS, which 1 can sell wholesale and
retail as low as nny other house in the
Du not forget to call at
JOSEPH H. SNYDER'S,
No. 218, N. 3rd at. (3 doors below Callow
hill,) at the sign of the large Indian Chief.
N. 13. All orders thankfully reeeiv , :d and
promptly attended to, on the most seasonable
Philad's, March 8. 1851.-3 m
Estate of BNJAMIN JOHNSTON, late of
Wamorsmark township, Huntingdon county.
Letters Testamentary having been granted to
the undersigned on the estate of raid deceased,
all persons knowing themselves indebted will
please make immediate payment, and those
having claims will present them properly as
thenticat,:d to JAMES CLARK,
JOHN J. MATTHIAS,
Tyrone Forges, Executors.
March 6, 1851.—tit.
IVIIITE'S BONNET 11JAM'PACTORY.
M. 41 South Second Street, Phiadelphia.
'OW conducted by Thomas White, son of Its
lute proprietor, a: the Old Stand, where,
Dealers will at all times find a stock of Foreign
and Domestie Straw, Lace, Fancy, Crape and
Silk BONNETS, Panama, Palm Leal, and eve
ry variety of Straw HATS, and Artificial
Flowers unequalled by any other for extent
or beauty of manufacture, and at very low
prices, having facilities for produriag these
goods possessed by no other establishment.
To the Lndies and Milliners generally, he
would tender his grateful acknowledgments for
their kind approval of the business system of
this house, and begs to assure them that no ef
forts on his port shall be wanting, to merit a
continuance of their liberal patronage. They
will still be greeted with the same old familiar
faces, who will at all times endeavour to exe
cute their commissions with fidelity and prompt
ness. [Philadelphia, Feb. to, 1851.-3 m.
M. BUEHLER & BRO., No. 195 Market
street, Philadelphia, 2 floors below sth street,
offer for sale, HARDWARE in all its varie
ties, at low prices. Cell and see before you
buy. Look for the Red Lettered Mill Saw.
Philad. Feb. 20. 1851.-3 m,
SI IA I). CODFISH,
Constantiv on b and 13.112
L STI A I : I‘ , It I I I I D I I : r 4: I I,I I\ i7 )NI , I F ) IR3 e B b B : T 2 D 7 E , CHEESE, B IS l'jPialPkleALit'oAL.Bl':ti:EL:lllb2kW.l37.lhlr
CORN BROOMS,Constantly on
PAINTED BUCKETS, hand et Menefee-
CEDAR WARE, liners' prices by
WILLOW BASKETS, M. &J. M. ROWE
BRISTLE BRUSH ES, 111 N. 3rd street,
TWINES & CORDAGE, 3 doors below
NIATS, MATC HES, Race et.
\WOODEN WARE, &c., &c., Philadelphia.
Feb. 6. 1851.
Eatate of SAMUEL HOUCK, hue of Tod tp.,
C 01.11.1 7 — , de'ce.;;;ecf
Letters of Administratioti having been granted
to the undersimied on the estate of said deceased,
all persons knowing themselves indebted will
plenee make immediate payment, and those hay
ing claims will please present them to
SOLOMON llGrog, Adm'r.
Feb. 6. 1861
Orphans' Court Sale.
ON FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1851.
B Y virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court at
Huntingdon county, will be exposed to sale.
by public vendee or outcry, on the premises.
on Friday, the. 21st Jay of March, 1851, the
following described piece or parcel of land, sit
uate in Union township, Huntingdon county,
( *olltailiing 200 Acres, or lens, adjoining lands
of John Chilcote on the north, Abraham Wright
on the west, Henry Dell on the south, sod lands
now occupied on the east by Amos Smith, op
which is erected a story-and-a-half log House
and Kitchen, and cabin Barn, a small Orchard.
about 50 acres cleared thereon.
TERMS OF SALE. -One half of the purchase
money to be paid on confirmation of the sale,
and the residue one year thereafter, to be secu.
red by the bond and mortgage of the purchaser.
By the Court. M. F. CAsmasm., Clerk.
Attendance given by
ENOCH CHILCOTE, A.Aimq
Tonikius' British Plate Powder.
F OR cleansing, polshing, and beautifying
Silver Plated Ware.
German Silver, Albatn Plate,
Britannia Ware, And all white Metals.
The undersigned have received from the pa
tentee the exclusive right to manufacture these
preparations for the United States. The Plata
Powder has been most extensively used for a
number of yrers in Great Britain, and is now
used by most of the manufacturers of silver and
other wares in New York and Philadelphia ;
likewise by nearly all respectable families and
hotel proprietors in the Union.
WM. TOMKINS, & CO., Manufacturers.
231 South Secundstreet, Philadelphia.
For sale at T. IC. SIMONTON'S Store, fluting.
New Stock of Watches, Jewelry, &c.,
At Philadelphia Prices.
J. T. SCOTT has just opened a nese andole.
gent assortment of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
&c., which he is enabled to sell at as vary lOw
set cash prices.
An excellent workman Ts constantly employ.
od, who devotes his whole time to repairing
and cleanine all kinds of Watches and Clocks.
All work - done promptly and warranted fbr ono
TRIED Beef and cheese for sale at the cheap
J Grocery and confectiestry ettetireasent
Writ** X. Ihvonshirlist,