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Trouble Between England and Frame-
One of the most singular items of the late
foreign newt is found in the report that Louie
Napoleon had declared that France would no
longer act with the British army, if Mr. Roe
buck's Parliamentary inquiry into the manags•
sent of the campaign in the Crimea should be
pushed to a eonelusion. This rumor has ere-
Med much sensation in England, and the Eng
lish press is indignant nt the insolent dictation
iu their affairs which the great French impos
tor has manifested. Ile seems to be fearful of
the developments to be 'mule by this investign.
tien, as likely to implicate him as deeply as it
would the British ministry. A severe painpli.
let published at Brussels, entitled a "Memoir
by a General officer," addressed to Napoleon:
has added fresh fuel to his uneasiness. The
author has been diligently sought for through
out France, but in vain. Meantime the Eng.
Huh press is growing uneasy at the arrogance
of Napoleon, and some papers are speculating
on the chances of a French invasion. The
Liverpool Times holds this language.
"Although we have Apressed our disbelief
that the French Emperor can have held the
language of menace or intimidation to the
British Government which the morning paper
referred to imputes to him, what will be the
feelings of our countrymen when it is disco,
ered that he has actually done so—nod that he
may be found, moreover, the strongest typo.
ilea of peace arising out of the forthcoming
Conference at Vienne. Since the continence.
ment of the hostilities with Russia, in which
we are now engaged, Louie Napoleon has be
come unquestionablypopular in Enghtml.—
The tone of the English prose towards him has
undergone a marked change and newspapers
which at one time painted him the incarnation
of all that is vile and dishonorable, now lavish
on him the most fulsome eulogies. If he, was
ao black, a couple of yearssince, the interval
cannot have so essentially changed hia charac
tee and his policy. Either we formed a very
ungenerous estimate of hint then, or we are
doing him more than justice now. We ought
not to overlook his antecedents, or the means
by which lie reached the throne; and, as we
have no clue to the future, except through the
medium of the past, it is just possible that we
ore reaching that turning point in the French
alliance which reveal,. the character of the
peror in its true colors. We can state confi•
fleetly that serious fears are entertained in very
high quarters, that the obstructions to peace
will proceed less from Russia than from France
—that a peace at the present moment, even on
the most honorable terms and with undoubted
securities for the future, is not what Louis Na.
polcon really desires—that he pants beyond
nil things for the achievement of those brilliant
victories which will consolidate his dynasty,
and rival the militmv fame of his uncle—and
that lie expects England to aid !aim in these
mild Quixotic schemes. if those 8118ple10118
are realised—and we know that they are en-'
tertained by persona who have access to the
very best sources of information—we shall
find the French alliance a very troublesome
affair, which will either dreg us further than
we are inclined to go, or leave us very ill at
ease with a power whose co-operation in this
Russian war ions hailed with enthusiasm by
the people of th's empire."
WHAT wox'r THe. LOVE OF WHIULY
-I.nst week one of our physicians was called to
sce n sick child that seemed to be wasting away
for want of proper nourishment, and suspect
ing that a want of money made a want of
food, he gave a little brother of the sick child
shilling, and tolil him to take it to some per
son who would give him the worth of it in
gond rich milk fur his sick little sister. The
litttle fellow, joyfully taking the money, with
many thanks from the mother of them both,
set out with his little brown mug in search of
milk,lnd the doctor went his way. An hour
Inter he act the father of thosechildren beastly
drunk, rind on his visit next morning. learned
that he had met his littln boy with the mug,
and took the money from him and with it
bought a quart of whisker, and left Lis helpless
hobo to starve or get its laud from the ravens.
The child and family were provided fur but not
the wretch who gave them whiskey for their
milk-tnoney.—Amer. liven, an.
Cloverseed continues itt steady request, with
sales of Sand bushels nt :35,871 - for 041, tied
*6,25 per bushel for new seed- - mostly at the
latter price for good lots. Flour—The market
is inactive, stocks are very light, and holdsrs
are firm in their views. The sales however
are mostly in n small way for home use at $lO
a 10,25 for common and good retailing brandy,
$10,50n11 per Md. for extra and fancy family
flour, as in quality. ()rain—There is very lit
tle wheat offering, and the market m about
stationary. 1600 bushels good Pennsylvania
white brought 265 c, and 300 bushels mixed
256 c, afloat; fine red was offered at 250 c, with
out BRIM Rye is wanted at a further advance,
and 1400 bushels Pennsylvania sold at 1371 e.
Corn has also improved, and 11a12,000 bush.
els, mostly Sonthern yellow, sold at 98c, Mehl
ding n lot of Pennsylvania at the same price;
One or two cargoes belawaro on terms not pub.
lie, and some white" at 97c--all afloat. Onto
are better, and about 5600 bushels Southern
sold at 61c, afloat. Pennsylvania are held at
L arra ,
On tb. 29th ult., by Rev. N. S. Euckinghatn,
Mr. THOMAS SOIJEL of McConnelistown
and Ms. MARY P. MEARLES of Hunting.
Oif the sth inst., by the same, Mr. ABRA•
HAM WESTBROOK and Miss MARY ANN
SIMPSON, all of this county.
Tiunis GOING EAST.
Mail T. I Ex. T. I E. T. I Ex. T.
Train leaves P.M. P.M. P.M. A.M.
Petersburg, 2.40 8.00 4.25
Huntingdon, 2.M 8.14 4.40
Mill Creek, 8.08 8.25 4.50
Mt. Union, 3.25 8.40 5.03
Tam. GOING Weer.
Train leaves P.M P.M. A.M. A.M.
Mt. Union, 4.33 8.12 6.35 6,26
Mill Creek, 4.51 8.25 7.04 6.39
Euntingbon, 5.07 8.38 7,43 6.52
Petersburg, 5.23 8.49 8.13 7.05
Agreat variety of Fans, of every variety sud
for sale by J. & w. sAxTON.
A groat variety of handsome Ginghams and for
solo by J. 4. W. SAXTON.
CARPET Bags, Looking Glasses and Trunks,
just received and for sale by
PURE WHITE LEAD, just received and fur
sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
DARASOLS of the very best ;polity from 75
j_ to 350 each for sole by
J. Is N. SAXTON.
GENT Cravats and Scarfs or every variety.—
also Gray Stocks, just received and for sale
by J. &'V. SAXTON.
Salt, Plaster, Naili, Iron and Steel, all
J-' kinds of country produce taken in exchange
for Goods at Ole store of
J. & W. SAXTON.
Tk4'bost assortment of llosiery in town con
sisting of Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and
Children of evory rJriety for salo by
J. 4. vi'. SANTO:N..
DR. J. R. HEWITT, Surgeon
ll~i~~~ • Dentist , respectfully offers his
professional services to those who
may wish operations on the teeth. Office with
Dr. Hewitt, Alexandria, Iluntingdon Co.: Pa.
April 10. 1855-6 m..
NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing between the undersign
ed (trading under the firm of Couch & Donn,)
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
books of said firm are in the hands of David
Dunn with whom nil concerned will please to
make immediate settlement.
April 10, 1855-If.
F.TTERS of Administration on the estate of
Henri Laughlin, deed., late of the town
ship of Brady, Iluntingdon county, having been
granted to the undersigned by the Register of
said county ; all persons indebted to said estate
will make immediate settlement, and all persons
haring claims will prevent them duly authenti
cated for settlement.
April to, 11155-6t.'
GRAPE VINES FOR SALE.
MESSRS. TAYLOR AND CREMER will
dispose of some of their genuine Catawba
and Isabella owe vines, nt the usunl nursery
prices. The vines are vigorout have good roots'
and will War in one or two years. Being the
hardiest and most productive native varieties,
they will require no other attention than plant
ing and pruning. One or two dollars' worth of
vines will supply any ordinary fancily with the
most agreeable and wholesome fruit ; which, with
n little care, can be kept from September till
April 10,1855-31. •
00-PARTNERSHIP existing between the
V./ subscribers under the Firm name of Blair,
Robinson & Cu., expired by Limitation on the
tat day cf April, 1855, and has not been renew
er). H. C. Rubinson is alone authorized to set
tle the business of the firm nod use the firm name
A. C. BLAIR,
B. X. BLAIR,
11. 11. ROBINSON.
N. B. The Tan-Factory• will be continued b
the subscriber who will pay the highest price
in cash for Bark.
HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE,
of every variety atd at lower prices than over.
Cloths, Cassimers and Mummer
B. X. BLAIR & co. lof every variety and color.
April 10,1855-3 t.•
25,000 a V n t, o L p L o ! p By .
r S b f a n: w 4110?
embracing every variety tt had
in Boston, New York and Philadelphia—the
subscriber has just received and oilers tor sale
extremely low. Ills stuck of STATIONARY
is of great variety and superior quality as fol
lows :—Foulscaps, Letter, Note and Wrapping
Paper. Envelopes of every kind; Gold and
Steel Pens, l'orttnonies, Pocket Books, Pen
Knives Pocket Knives, &c. School Books of
every kind used in the Country, at wholesale and
1000 PIECES WALL PAPER of the
latest and prettiest styles, just re
csived nod for sale at Philadelphia retail prices.
All the above stork the public will find it to
be to their intertst to call and examine before
purchasing elsewhere, as he is determined to give
satistitction to every customer. Store opposite
Whittaker's hotel, Railroad street.
iluntingdon, April 10, 1855.—tf
Birmingham, Huntingdon Co., Pa.
Tllls Institution hes been prospered thus far,
rather through the choice of those who have
actually acquainted - themselves with the advan
tages of the locntion and tho school itself, than
through undue exertion to have it favorably
known. . . .
The sons of ministers, and young men who
have been engaged in teaching and those desi
rous of fitting themselves more thoroughly for
that profession ore admitted free of Tuition.—
Page's Theory anal Ih•actice of Teaching used as
a text-book ; also Pelom's Outline Maps, Mr the
illustration of Geography.
Terms—Boarding, Tuitiuu and furnished
room pea session $50,00 and 60,00, payable
quarterly in advance. Lessons on Piano, and
The Summer term opens on Wednesday April,
25t * Ii inst.
THOMAS WARD, Principal,
THOMAS SHAW, Assistant.
DR. HAGUE'S GREAT WORK.
rifIRISTIANITY AND STATESMANSHIP
with lights on Kindred Topics. By Wil
liam Hague. 12mo. Cloth. Price $1
This is a volume that will interest every pa
triot. In it are developed the relations of Chris
tendom to the Ottoman power, and other topics
peculiarly interesting nt the present day.
"Dr. Hague is a lively and beautiful writer on
all subjects; but particularly so we think upon
the topic treated of in this book. Its historical
sketches are comprehensive and brilliant, and it
is n book which cannot WI to do an important
service to the reading public."—N. Y. Chronicle.
'•t'harncterized by elegant culture, and wide
philosophical views."—N. Y. Recorder.
`•They are discussed with a breadth of view
and a pervading liberality of opinion, which in
dicates the studious thinker and shrewd observer
of affairs quite as much ns the professed theolo
gian. Mr. Mo'ue's various and accurate learn
ing is effectually made use of in the illustration
of his arguments, and gives a certain scholar
like air to his book, though without approaching
the borders of pedantry or formulism—S.
"Every page in it is like sterling gold, fresh
from the mind of his sanctified genius ; and will
make the intellectual and spiritual miner, in
tearer of precious ore, rich indeed. Read any
one of the twenty-eight copies handled with an
intellect of all cogth and power, and you wotdd
own that the volume would be cheap at thrice its
offered pritic."—ziffam Spectator.
EDW AIM 11. FIAT9HER,. Publisher,
No. 117 Nasithi St. Now York,
April 10, 1555-41.
SPRING AND SUMMER
AT THE OLD STAND.
HAS just received from Philaglphia and is
now opening at the old stand in Market
Square, the largest and prettiest mortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
ever brought to the borough of Iluntingdon.
My stock consists in part of Clothe, Cas
simers, black and fancy Satinettes Tweeds, and
a large variety of Goods of all kinds,
Ladies , Dress and Fancy Goods,
attic latest style and best quality, A large as
sortment of Undersleeves, Collars and Spenders
black and figured Silks, a great variety of Prints
and Chinese, Lawns, Barn Helaine, Detains
figured, plain and barred, Edging Lace, Ribbons,
fancy and black Gimp, Silk Lace, rob red
Kid Gloves, Gents' Black do., Linen and Silk
'Mkt's., black Italian Cravats, Hosiery, &e..
HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES,
up ,1 o fire aemotmeet of STRAW GOODS:_
A good supply of FRESH GROCERIES,
I/A RD WA RA OUEEhSWARE.
GLASSWARE AND CEDARIVARE,
My stuck has been selected with the greatest
care In regard to quality and price, and 1 flatter
myself that I oan offer inducements to purcha
sers not to he bound elsewhere.
. .. -
Call and ace my Goods and examine for your,
Thankful for the patronage of the post by my
friends and the public generally, I respectfully
solicit a continuance of the MM.
MKS. SARAH KULP wishes to inform the
.I.vi ladies of Huntingdon and the surrounding
country that she has moved next door to Charles
Miller above the Presbyterian Church, Hill St.,
where she intends carrying on the fancy and
straw Millinery business. Haring received the
latest city thshion, she is prepared to attend to
all that may fever her With their custom.
April 10, 1855-0 S. A. KULP.
THE undersigned riches to inform his friends
and the public generally that ho has moved
his shop to the building of And. Harrison, for
merly occupied by him at Collector's office,
Whero he intends carrying on the Tailoring
business on such terms as will not fail to give
satisfaction to ail that may favor him with their
custom. _ . .
Ile wishes to return thanks for the liberal pa:
tronage hereto fore received and hopes by strict
attention to business to merit a continimnepof
ENOS 11. KULP.
April 10, 1855-tr.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
SEVASTOPOL NOT TAKEN !
HAW: jnAt received from Philadelphia the
handsomest assortment of Goods ever offer
ed to the citizens of this place, and at lower pri
ces than can be got at any other house, consist
ing as follow:
such ns Summer Silks, Chnlleys, Berages,
Lawns, &c., &c.
FOR TIM LADIES,
Calico's, Chimazetts, Undersleeves, Laces and
the greatest variety of &ens Trimmings in town.
BOOTS AND SHOES
of every variety, such as fine Boots, Indies'
Gaiters, Miss.' Gaiters and Slippers, Ladies'
Buskins, and it great variety of Children;' Boots
HATS AND CAPS,
suck as white Silk, black Silk, Kossuth Huts of
every variety. Panama and St raw Hats, and a
beautiful assortment of Bonnets, English, Straw,
Made, Silk and Crape Bonnets, Bloomer Hats
and Flats for children.
CARPET AND OIL CLOTHS.
a magnificent assortment, and at excoodingly low
GROCERIES. of overy variety, and of good
We are determined to sell our old stock oIT at
reduced prices. We have an hand every variety
of Goods usually kept in a country store.
April 10, 1835—tf.
If you want to get the Worth of your
Money, call at D. P. Grin's
D. P! :own',
HAS opened one of the largest and prettiest
assortments of Spring and Summer goods
ever brought to this place. Consisting of Cloths,
Cassitners, Vestings, Kentucky Jeans, Cotton
Stripes, Linens. Muslins, Ste., Ste.
Ladles Dress Goods.
rim. and Fancy Silks, Plain and Figured
Challi, Spring Detains, Berage Delaitts, Plain
Borage of all Colors, Debarge Dress and Do
mestic Gingham. A large lot of Lawns and a
great variety of prints,
Hosiery of all kinds, Gloves, Kid, Silk, Kid
Finish. Mitts, Long and Short, Veils, Collars,
Cutlersleaves, Shimazetts, Embroirdered Hand
kerchiefs, Stamped Collars Lind Undersleeves,
Head Dresses, [Adios Caps, Ribbons, Colored
Crapes, Florence Silks, Gentlemens Fancy
Handkerchief! : Mess Trimmings, and a variety
of goods to numerous to mention.
Also, a largo assortment of Bonnets, Flats,
Hats and Shoes, Oil Cloths, Cedar Ware, Buck
ets, Tubs, Ice.
731.3;Tfes,Queensware, Hardware and Salt.
The public aro respectfully invited to call and
examine my goods, as I can and will sell cheap.
er than the cheapest.
All kiwis of Country 'Produce taken in ex.
change for goods at the highevt market prices.
lluntingdon, April 3, 1855.—tf
Tim Commissioned officers of the 4th
Brigade, 14th Division, P. M., are or
dered to meet in full uniform at Bon
~, -1 tingdon, on Thursday. 19th duy of April
15, 1, - 1855, for Parade and Drill. -
W By order of Brigadier General R.
I GEO. W. GARRErrSON,
April 3,1855.—5 t
THE partnership heretofore existing between
Mvton and Mosses is by =turd consent dis
solved, and all persons knowing themselves in
debted to the said firm, will please mill and set
tle their accounts without delay.
MYTON & MOSSER.
Sattlsburg, April 2, 1853.—tf
MOUNTAIN FEMALE SEMINARY,
Birmingham, Huntingdon county, Pa.
/~~IIIS Institute is s o i c tt e t u t i f i c e t s o o n n t e h o o t lrsLi s r t ar d i e b . t
Roil ]lutist, end
si rabic locations in the state. It is au easy of ac
cess, retired, healthful, and surrounded with such
romantic mountain scenery, that no ono who
wishes to learn. could find us institution more th
vorably situated. Experienced teachers who are
grottoes es of Troy and Mt. llolycko Seminaries
are emlloyed in this institution, and no pains
will be :pored to anstnin its growing reputation.—
The soma tam commences the last Tuesday
in April and continues five mouths. Charges to
date I'm the time of entering, and no deductions
made fur absence except in case of sickness
trolls abroad are expected to board in the
Seminary Building with the Principal who gives
Lis emit° attention to their interest and ativaiteu
Boarding, Tuition and furnished rooms per
term $6O 00
German, French, Painting, Drawing
and Instrumental Music, Extra.
Hu, J. W. WARD,
March 27, 1855-tr.
FAIR-MOUNT FEMALE INSTITUTE.
Water Street, Pa.
THE second session of this Institution will he
opened on the Ist day of May. The school,
as its title indicates, is designed exclusively for
F 01.1.; and it it the aim of the Principal in
its establishment, to assist in diffusing n useful
and practical education. From the encourage
ment already received, ho has been induced to
make additional pi °visions for the entertainment
and instruction of his Pupils. The services of
competent Teachers have been secured, whose
time will be exclusively de“ated to the Inter
ests of the school,
Board, l'uition, and Rooms for the term of 18
weeks front $4O to $45 according totanclies of
--- Lessons on Piano and Melodeon at t easonlble
Early applicatipne solicited.
1 . al.
Mtirelt 2G, 1855-6 t..
WAS (inflict on the , •oad between Uuntingdon
and AteConnellstown, about the first of
V'ebruary, last, a " Housing." The owner on
have it by proving property, and pitying
charges. JOHN LEE.
!lurch 27 1855-tf.
TO OFFICERS, SOLDIERS, SEAMEN,
I &0., OF ALL WARS : their Widows
and Minor Children.
S. M. KNR; HT, Attorney for Governmrnt
Claimant - a,
IVa.vhiligton, D. C.
CONTINUES to give prompt and
. personal at.
U tention to the prosecution of Chums of every
description against the General Government,
and particularly to those before the Treasury
Department, Pension and I3ounty•Land Bu•
reams, Patent and General Offices, and Board
An experience of years, and a familiarity
with the means of obtaining the earliest and
most favorable action on Claims, with his facil
ities for the dispatch of business, justify hits in
assuring his Correspondents, Claimants, nod
the Public generally, that interests intrusted to
his keeping will not be neglected.
PENSION, BOUNTY LAND, PATENT, AND PUBLIC
He has nearly ready for gratuitous distribu
tion among his business Corresimdents, (and
those who mny become such,) a neat pamphlet
mutaining a synopsis of the existing Pension,
Bounty Land, Patent, and Public Land Laws,
down to the end of the late Congress—inclu
Bounty-Land Act of 3d March, 1855,
under which all who haveTheretofure received
less than 160 acres to all Officers, Non•commis
slotted Officers, Chaplains, Soldiers, Wagon-
Inasters, Teamsters, and friendly Indians, of
the Armv, including State Troops, Volunteers,
and Militia—and all Officers, Seamen, Ordina•
ry Seamen, Marines, Clerks, and Landsmen,
of the Navy not heretofore provided for, who
have served not less than fourteen days (ItideAs
in battle) at any period since 1776 ; and to the
widows and minor children of all such persons
entitled and deceased.
This pamphlet contains "Forms of App
tion" more full and complete than any else.
where to be found; adapted to the wants of ev•
ery class of claimants under the Act, with co.
pious decisions and instructions of the Depart.
mad, and practical suggestions as to the course
to be pursued in suspended or rejected cases.
Parties not wi,phing to avail themselves of
the facilities afforded by this Office in securing
prompt and personal superintendence of their
claims at the Departments, can obtain copies
of the above pamphlet by remitting thirty cents
in postogc stamps.
Inducements to Correspondents.
Correspondents who prepare and forward
cases fur management by this Agency will be
dealt with liberally ; supplied with all necessary
blanks gratiB, and kept constantly advised of
the changes that from time to time occur in the
execution of the law.
It is within the subscriber's power to direct
his Correspondents to the locality of very- many
persons entitled under the late Act ; and liar•
tag obtained several thousand Land Warrants
under former laws, he is in possession of data
that will materially assist in securing addition.
Pecs. below the usual rates—and contingent
upon the admission of Claims.
The highest cash prices given for Land War
rants, Revolutionary Scrip, and Illinois Land
Address S. M. KNIGHT,
March 27 1825-41
INDUSTRY MUST PROSPER.
# N. BALL respectfully solicits the attention
•of the farming community to a quality of
Pioophs which he is now manufiteturiug, ana will
bane ready for sale in a few days, he is Also pre
pared to make harrows, wagons, carts, wheel
barrows, tee., &c., and to do all kind of repairing
at the shortest notice, and in the most substantial
Shopon N. W. corner of llontgmcry and Wash
ington sts.. •
March 27 1855—tr.
Lancaster County, ss.
THE Conunonwealth of Pennsylvania,
To the Sheriff of Laneaster County
I .‘ ffi k - If Henry Musselrann make you
secure In propeenting his claim, then
. • summon bygood and lawful summo
ners, John G. Miles, Michael Berry and Sarah
Shoenherger, acting executors and devisees in
trust of Peter Shoenberger, deed., so that they
be and appear belbre our Judges at Lancaster, at
oar Court of COIIIIIIOII Pleas fur the County of
Lancaster, there to be held on the third Monday
in April next, to answer the said Henry Mussel
num of a plea, wherefore he, the said plaintiff,
and the said defendants together end undivided
do hold all those certain two tracts of land, with
house, barn and other buildings thereon erected,
bounded and described as follows : No. I, begin
ning in the middle of the Marietta and Mount
Joy Turnpike road, and along the same North,
twenty-nine degrees and one quarter East ; one
hundred and thirty-three perches. thence by oth
er lands late of Frederick Haines, deed., North
sixty degrees and live-eighths West; 128 perch
es and one-tenth, to the middle of the Marietta
and Colebrook toad, and along the same, South
28 degrees and three-fburths, West 155 perches
and one-fourth to a post, thence by lands of Ilen
ry Sulsbach South, 21 degrees, East 92 perches
and seven-tenths ton post, and South 69 degrees
and one-half East, 36 perches and one-tenth to
the beginning: Containing one hundred and
fourteen acres and one quarter, strict measure.
No. 2, beginning at a black oak stump, thence
by land of Samuel Nayler North 72 degrees
West, 29 perches and nine-tenths to a post, thence
along lands late of said Frederick Baines,leed.,
South 29 degrees and one-fourth West, 48 perch
es to a post on the South-West side of a road,
thence 'dung said road and by said land South 48
degrees and one-fourth, End 28 perches and
three-tenths to a post, thence by a small strip of
ground sold by the dee'd., to Daniel Rinehart
North 30 degrees and three-fourths East, 60
Perches and three-tenths to the beginning: Con
taining nine acres and ore-half, strict measure,
being the same property conveyed by John Halde
man and wife to Henry Mussehnan us per Deed,
Recorded in Record Book Z, vol. 7, pages 596 &
598 sae in Recorder's Office at Lancaster where
of the said defendants pas Ation between them to
he made according to the laws and the customs
of this Commonwealth, in such cases made and
provided, do gainsay, Mel the SLIM to be done
do not permit very unjustly and against the same
laws and customs as the plaintiff says. And
have you then there the names of those summo
ners and this writ.
Witness the Honorable Henry G. Long, Pres
ident of our said Court at Lanenster, the sixth
day of AtureWin the your of our Lord ono thou
sand eight hundred sod fifty-five.
March 20, 18.53.-4 t Prothonotary.
T'partnership heretofore existing Slitricen
Drs. Brown and Hagerty is this day by mu
tual consent dissolved.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
the said firm, will
_please call and settle their
accounts without delay.
If. L. BROWN,
J. 11. HAGERTY.
March 27 1855—tf.
NTTERS of Administration on the estate of
La Abraham Bransteter, deed., Into of tho
township or Warriormark, Huntingdon county,
having been granted to the undersigned by the.
Registor of said county, all persona indebted to
said estate will make immediate payment, and
all persons haring claims will present theta duly
authenticated for settlement.
Morel, 20, 1855. Administrator.
JUST RECEIVED and for.ale FisA, Salt and
Plasterby J. & W. SAXTON.
FLOUR. by the bbl. Wheat by tho bushel for
sale at D. P. GIVIN S.
Bags, received and for sale by
J. 6• tv. sAzo.V.
FEVER AND AGUE CURE,
NATURE'S IN FA LIABLE SPECIFIC,
Dort the Prevention stud Cure of INTunstirrlit,
and REMITTANI FEVERS, FEYEn and Aut.,
Crum, and Peron, Drstn Anun, thmsmAr.
tattxry, NIMIT SWEATS, and all other forms of
disease which have a.common origin in
or MIASMA. This subtle atmosphereic poison
which at curtain seasons in tamtvotirthly inhaled at
every breath, is the same in character wherever
it exists,—North South East or West,—und will
everywhere yield to thin newly discovered anti
dote which in claimed to be the 6111;ATEST
MnDICINE EVI:11 MADE.
This specific is so harmless that it mny be ta
ken by persons of every age, sex or conditon
and it wil! not substitute fur one disease others
still worse, as is too often the result in the
treatment by Mercury, Arsenic, and
other poisonous or &dolmas drugs not 0 parti
elu of any of which is admitted into this prepa
The proprietor distinetic claims these extra
ordinary results from the 1140 of this NATURAL
ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA.
It will entirely protect any resident or travel
ler oven in the most sickly or swampy localities,
from any Ague, or Baleful disease whatever, or
any injury from constantly inhaling Malaria or
It will insfamly cheek the Ague in persons
who have suffered for any length of time. from
o ne day to twenty years, so that they need never
have .I.NOTIIEII (2 a mi., by euntinuing its twe do.
cording to directions,
It will immediately relieve all distressing cc
tolls el Bilioni or Ague dis.mses, such as general
debility, night sweats, he. The patient at once be
gins to recover appetite and strength, and cousin
nes until a permanent and radical cure is effec
Fluidly, its use will banish Fever and Agne
from families and all ChM.,. Farmers and la
boring men by adopting it as a preventive will he
free from Aguo or Bilious attacks its that sensors
of else year which, while it is the most sickly, is
the most valuable one to them.
One or two bottles will answer for ordinary
cases , suwo may require more.
Directions printed in German, French and
Spanish, accompany earls bottle.
Pricc . OneHai, Liberal discounts infidel,
Trade circulars forwarded on application, ant
the amide will be consigned on liberal terms tr
responsible parties in every section (date cons•
try. JAS. A. RIIODF.S, Proprietor..
Providence, It. I.
Act:NTS—ln Huntingdon, Thomas Head & Son,
and for sale by dealers generally.
Mardi 20, 1955-Iy.
rrillE Slimmer Session of this Institution, loca•
ted in Shieley - shurg, will comma:me:May Ist.
1855, and continua flee months.
The location heing pleasant, free frorn thi
Ague and Fever of the Juniata Valley, and ens:l
of access by n daily line of Conches from Mt
Union, seven miles distant, on the Central R. R.,
is well suited MY a retreat for youth leaving hon.
for a High School. In addition to good Build.
lags, there i 5 provided a Chemical and Philos°.
phival Apparatus at a cost of over $lOOO. Icc
ardent Spirits aro sold in the town, and Board .
ing can be had as reasonable as anywhere else
in the centre of the State.
The Principal has secured the assistance of
Mr. E. P. SWIET,• A. B. of Jefferson College,
and son of the Rev. E. P. SWIFT, 1). 1). No
reasonable pains will lie spared to give literary
training, along with all proper atontion to the
moral and religious culture of tho mils, in or
der to prepare for entering one best colleges, and
especially in view of prio.,/,.///ifr, the great coil
of education. The government will lie firm, yet
parental. Persodal allvantage, it sense of honor,
Pllll the great laws of the Bible will be appealed
to rather than the teachers authority.
Tanana.—Boarding, tuition and room, per Ses
sion, in the family of the Principal, fifty dollars.
Early application desirable.
Tuition in Primary English, eight dollars.
lligher English, ten dollars.
Classics, twelve dulhtm Payable yearterly
HEY. G. W. SIIAIFFER, A. M.,
111,14inExc1is.—TieT. A. B. Brown, D. B.—
Rev. Wm. Smith. D. 8., Canotilatrg—Rev. D.
Elliott. B. D.—Rt.v. E. I'. Swift. D. D., Alle
glinny—Rev. A. G. D. 8., Princeton,
N. .I.—Rev. George Elliott, Alexandria—John
Brewster, Esq., Sitirleysburg.
nulls 20, 1055.—tt
moncE is hereby given to the members of
I the Huntingdon County Agricultural Soci
ety, and to thrillers and mechanics generally,
tints a meeting of the Society will be hold at the
Court-horse, in the borough of Huntingdon, on
Wednesday undoing, the 11th of April, next, for
the purpose of transacting such nosiness As may he
deemed necessary to advance its interests.
All persons interested in the promotion of ag
ricultural science, and the domestic arts, ate re
spctittully requested to attend.
JONATHAN MeIVILLJAHS, Pres%
J. S. Bone gee'
J. S. ferry S 4".
March 20, 1855-3 t.
SUIRLEYSBURG FEMALE SEMINARY,
Shirleyaburg, Huntingdon Co., Pa.
FILE subscriber gives notice that tie has as
sumecl the charge of this Institution as Prin
cipal, and that he will open it for the reception
of pupils, on Wednesday May 2nd. It posses
ses superior attractions in its healthful location,
convenient buildings and handsome grounds.—
The Principal Hatters himself that equal advan
climes will he found in the acquirements at his
Lady and himself, and their,skill gained by long
experience in New York City, owl other places.
They will spare no exertion to give their pupils
a thorough intellectual training, a cultivated
taste, polished manners, and, above all, morn!
culture founded on pure ehriitiunity without sec
The charge tbr board with English tuition will be
per term of 22 weeks,
Day tuition per quarter, - - $4 00 to 56 00
Reasonable extra charges will he made ita. an
cient and modern languages. Music, Drawing
Tin the opening, circulars, containing fall par
ticulars may be obtained of William B. Lens,
Shirleysburg, Pa., or of the subscriber 01 121
Clinton Place, New York.
J. B. KIDDER, A. M.
REFFER, NCEB.—Rev'ds. Wm. R. Williams,
and A. D. Gillette, of Now York City.
March 13, 18M-3t.
Cassville Seminary, Male and Female.
Tho Summer Session will open 4th May.—
Our new and commodious building will then be
ready for use—we will then be able to accommo
date, in the Seminary,—and in town,—one hun
dred and filly students. From present prospects
this much rosin will be necessary.
We have determined to connect with the In
stitution a Normal deportment, and will give
special attention to. and deliver lectures upon the
theory and prectica of teaching. We hove now
a full and competent board of Instructors con
sisting of four gentlemen awl three ladies, pre
pared to impart instruction in all its literary,
scientitic and ornamental branches, usually
taught in the best seminaries. Further informa
tion may be had by addressing the Principal.
.1. T. TOMLIN,
Cassvillo, Huntingdon Co., Pa.
March 27, 1855-31.
IF any person is desirous of obtaining any pro
perty belonging to me, I take this opportuni
ty of announcing that 1 ton always willing to
- sell, without requiring the musty records of the
County Docket to be overhauled for a pretext
for exposing the none at Sheriff's Sale."
GTE. W. SPEER.
March 20, 1853.
Amost beautiful lot of Bernedo Laine pat
terns, and in tho piece, from 107 mi up to 50
uts. per yindjust received and for solo by
./, 0. W. s:tX7'O4V.
LOOHING Glassohjost received awl for sal
by J. .1. ll'. 84.177'0N.
(MU) CUALVS-- tinc variety for sale, re•
ry low, at trim. SNAAL'hi.
STARTLING, BUT TRUE;
NHAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW
How often it happen, that the wi(o lingers from
year to year In that pitiable condition ea not oven
for one day to feel the happy and exhilarating influ
ence incident to the onjoymont of health.
THE BLOOMING BRIDE,
But a few year. ago in the nosh of health and youth,
and buoyancy of spirits, rapidly, and apparently in
explicably., becomes a feeble, sickly, sallow, debili
tated wife, with frame emaciated, nerves unstrung,
opirits depressed, countenance bearing the improve
of euffering, and an otter physical and mental pros
tration, arising from ignorance of the simplest and
plainest rules of health as connected with the mar
riago state, the violation of which entails disease,
snffering and misery, not only to the wife, but often
HEREDITARY COMPLAINT 3 UPON THE CHILDREN
UNTO THE THIRD AND FOURTH GENERATION,"
Transmitting CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA,
HYPOCHONDRIA, INSANITY, GOUT,
KING'S EVIL, and other and
Ironic llteenier, no a
FROM THE PARENTS.
4, And must this continue? Alma this bet to there no
itanedy? No relief? No honer"
The remedy Is by knowing the comes and avoiding
them, and knowing the remedies, end benefiting by them.
These are pointed out In
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. U. MAURICEAU,
PROM.. Or DISRI.II nr WON PC
One Hundredth Edition, 000,0(0),18rno., pp. 230.
tON PLYN PAM; EXTRI_IIIVVINU,
. - .
A standard work of established reputation, found classed
In the catalogues of the great trade sales In New York.
Philadelphia, and other cities , and sold by the principal
booksellers In the liniled States. It was first published
In 1847, since which limo
FIVE HUNDRED THOIISAIM COPIES
bare been sold, of which there were uptrord4 of
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SENT BY MAIL,
attesting the high estimation in which It is held as a to.
liable popular Medical
BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE
tile author boring devoted his imitative attention to the
treatment or complaints peculiar to females, ID respect to
a bleb he 6 yearly consulted by thousands both la person
and by letter.
Here every woman eau discover, by comparing her own
symptoms with those described, tho nature, character,
causes of, and the proper remedies for, her complaints.
The wit° about becoming a mother has rotten need of
Instruction and Advice or the utmost importance to her
More health, in respect to which her 5t.R11'012069 for.
bids consulting a medical gentleman, will find such is•
atraction and advice, nn.) , also ezphin mats; symptoms
which otherwise would occasion anxiety or alarm as all
the peculiarities Incident to her situation Are described.
flow many are nuffering from obatructions or irregeter•
files peculiar to the female nyntem, which undermloo the
health, the effecta of which they ern ignorant, and for
which their delicacy forbida peeking medical advice.
/deny ',offering from prolapstat tiler( (falling of the womb),
or from fluor Opus (weaknens, debility, hr.) Many are
In ronatant agony fur many monthn preceding confine.
meat 'Many ham difficult if not dangerous deliverien,
au•l slew and uncertain recoveries. Some whose liven are
hazarded during such time, will each find in Its 'Agee the
acme of prevention, amelioration nod relief.
It la of course impracticable to convey fully the various
subjects treated of, tot they aro of a nature ntrictly in•
tingled fur the married or those contemplating marriage.
Reader, are you a hunband ore father? s wife or a
leather? Have yen the sincere welfare of those yea lova
at heart? Provo your sincerity, and lose no time M
sinning what ca .01 interfere with their health and hap.
en not teen than your own. It will avoid to you and
yearn, as it has to thousands, tunny a day of pain and
anxiety, followed by eleepless nights, incapacitating the
oiled fur Ile ordleary avocation, and exhausting those
means for medical attendance, medicines and advertieed
nostrutus which otherwise would provide for declining
years, the Infirmities of ago and the proper education of
In consequence of the universal popularity of the work,
am evidenced by it. extraordinary sale, various impnel•
lions hove been attempted, AS well on bookseller. as on
the public, by Imitations of title page, enmities editions,
nud sorreptitiouy infringements of copyright, and other
devices and deceptions, it has been found necessary,
CAUTION THE PUBLIC
to buy no book unless no wonls "Dr. A. EL 114cluntAx,
lila liberty Ft , uit, N. Y." Is on (and the entry in the
Clerk's (Ohm on tho back of) the lido pogo; and boy
only of respectable and bonoruhle dealers, or send by
mail, nod address to R. A. U. blituriceau.
sv-lirpon receipt of One Dollar "THE MAR
RIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COM
PANION" is sent (sward free) to any part of the
United States, the C....ass stid British Provinces.
,All lettere must be post-paid, and addressed to Dr.
A. M. MAUPICEAU. box 224, Now-York City.
Publlithine Offrae, P l 4. 129 Liberty Street, Non•
ENTS IN PENNSYLVANIA.
T. 13. Peterson, J. M. Moss & Bro., and
Thos.Cowperthnit, Philaddpkia—Mrs. Cynthia
Itonesdale—Spangler S Bro., Lan.
ca,lerti: Tuck, 117Ihstar, e—J. 13. Gunnison
/iris;—Sael.l3.l,al,lll,, Grroulatry—B. Hall,
rillston—Dr. S. D. Scutt, Red./W-I , i. T. nil
derbrand, Indiana—l, S. Nickson and Col. A.
K. McClure, Mon berdbury—Josepli Swartz,
Bloomsburg—G AV Bade, Waynesboro—Pot
ter S McMann Ectleilmto—il. A. Lance,
February 6,1855-61 n.
PETER OSBORN, Jr.
1101,ESALE and Detail Bedding, & Mat
% V tress Warehouse No. 81 North lad st
3rd door above Arch east side, Philadelphia.
Feathers, Feather Beds, Bolsters & Pillows,
Curled Bair, Moss, Wool, Cotton, nod: & Dusk
Mattresses, Straw Palluisses, Settee, Pew &
Chair Cuslii...os a:, kinds & color, Bed•tickiug,
Cheek. Moremis & Damasks, by the yard or
piece, Cotts, Cattail,, Sackings & Cords, Conn
teroancs white & colored, Comfortables of ell
kinds and by the single ono or the dozen, Crib,
Berth, Single & 9,10, 11, 12, & 13, quarters
Blankets, Bleached & Unbleached Sheets, Blen
ched Muslin & Check Pillow Cases, Towels of
all kinds, Table Linn, 'trey's Covers, Damask
Table Cloths, Bindings of all kinds & colors,
Thread, &c., he.
N. B. Denton I'. Coston's Patent Feather
Renovator worked by steam pow, is daily in
operation for the purpose of purifying old and
new feathers. All articles from the Establish
March 13,1855-3 m.
ALL KINDS OF
PROGRAMMES, CARDS, &C.,
And all Kinds of Legal Blanks,
Used by Magistrates & Others
Printed at the JOURNAL OFFICE.
ALI, personr interested are hereby notified
that letters of uthninistratien upon the es
tate of Samuel Good, late of Mount Union dee'd.,
hare hero this day granted to the undersigned
and all are hereby notified that those having
claims against the estate are requested to pre
sent them, and all indebted to the estate of said
&meow, ere requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned administratrix. •
NANCY GOOD, Athninistratrix
of Samuel Good, dee'd.
Mt. Union, Hunt. C0.,1'a., March 3 ,1833,43 t.
EATLY printed un abort notice, and at low
prices at the " Journal Office"
DUNNETS, of all sorts and colors, also, Miss'
I) Flats, from 37i to 300, jest received nod for
sale by .1. & W. SAXTON.
LADIES Lasting and Silk work Gaitors, Kid
Morocco, and Goat Boots and Shucs, at the
store of El KO. GWIN.
I UST receiving, tlii.lwcok, Slackatel f llerring
uud fur zolvly J. &W. SANTO:N.
COURT A FFA
APRIL TERM, MIL
Andrew I'. Wilson vi M. Buoy.
Commonwealth fur Kyle V 6 Mum & Hooper.
Hysarts Ex'rs., vs Crydcre Admr.
Apgars Ex'rs., vs Isaac Ashton.
Iluratia Frexler & Co., vs .1. & W. Saxton.
Scott & WlfEr vs. Witliam Johnston.
Adolphus Patterson rs Jno. Doughabough.
Ex'rs., vs 'Habitat et al.
Commonwealth for Kyler vs }Hobert Madden.
Sterlinc & Alexander vs lichen Still St. CO.
Janws Harket et al.. vs heft & Wigton ,
Solionen Ginter vs Jushun It. Cox's Admrs.
Hobert Stewart vs John S. Miller.
Louis Schneider vs Matthias Keifer.
Broad Top M. R. H. Co., vs Jacob Cresswell.
Mary Ann Smith vs Peter Moor's Ex'rs.
ICilI ens MeNita Indorses vs John Daugherty.
Ili v. McGinnis' Admr., vs George T. Hudson.
1 home Adams, chair maker, Henderson,
J o b" tlirtner, Dublin.
Arthur Anderson, thriller. Brady.
A ',drew A ilison, fnrmer, West.
I maid !heck, jr., farmer, ‘Varriormark.
•bicob Baker, cabinet maker, Porter.
Abraham Brumbaugh, farmer, Hopewell.
Washington Baker, tanner. Tod.
.I..!in I:Lilo-0, rm.., Cromwell.
Nicliobts Cor'oin, shoemaker, Cass.
Jamcs Coy, farmer, Barree.
David 1 darlis , m,.itn.t. peace, Cass.
.Archibald Dell, farmer, Cass.
Dorris, sr., Henderson.
John Dysart, farmer, Franklin.
Jii..dina Hicks, farmer, Porter.
I hairy Holtzapple, miller, West.
134ajamin Isenberg, farmer, Morris.
Joseph Law, merchant, Morris.
Hobert Meßurney, merchant, Jackson.
Henry Miller, farmer, Porter.
IKIRC . McClain, farmer, Tod.
Peter Speck, farmer, Penn,
Caleb Swoope, thinner, Union.
1 J., Swoop:, farmer, Clay.
IV Ilium 11, sh aw , p or t er ,
I ),Iwson Smawlev, farmer, Shirley.
John IL Smith, farmer, Jackson.
,loin Snyder, shoemaker, Walker.
Adam Steck, farmer, Hopewell.
'urge H. Steiner.
Samuel Walters. farmer, Tell.
Abraham Weight, farmer, Franklin.
George W. Price, farmer, Crothwelb
Daniel Roberts, farmer, Shirley.
Hobert B. Myton, farmer, Barre°.
llnntiugdon, March 13, 1855.
WHEREAS, be a precept to me directed by
the Judges of the Common Pleas of the
county of Huntingdon, bearing test the 25th day
of November, 1854, I am commended to make
Public Proclamation throughout my whole baili
wick, tidt a Court of Common' Pleas will ha
held in the Court House in the Borough of Huo
tingdon, on the third Monday (mid loth day) of
April, A. D.,1854, for the trial of ell issues in said
Court, which remain undetermined before the
said Judges, when and where all jurors, witnesses
and suitors, in the trial (Wall issues aro required
to a ppear.
Dat . e(l at Huntingdon, the 25th day of Nor.,
in tho year of our Lord 1854, and the 78th year
of American Independence.
JOSHUA UIIEENLAND, Sheriff.
/A•ought .Thine to the Dow• qt . the Million.
A W ONDERFUL DISCOVERY has recent
ly been made by Dr. Curtis, of this city, in
the treatment of Consumption. Asthma and all
diseases of the Lang. We refer to "1)r. Curtis'
Ilygeans, or Inhaling : Hyper' Vapor and Cher
ry Syrup." With tins now method Dr. C. has
restored many Milicted ones to perfect health ;
as an evidence of which Inc has innumerable cer
tificates. Speaking of the treatment, a physi
cian remarks It is evident that inhaling—con
stantly breathing an agreeable, healing vapor,
the medicinal properties must come in direct con
tact with the whole of the aria( cavity of tho
lungs, and thus escape the many and varied
changes produced upon them when introduced
into the stomach, and subjected to the process
of digestion. The Hygeana in for sale at all tho
druggists' throughout the country.
..V. 7 / 1 . l r.r k Uurrlunaa of .Lin. 14.
The Inhaler is worn on the breast under the
linen without the least inconvenience—the heat
of the body being sufficient to evaporate the
Hundreds of CASES of CURES like the fol
lowing might be named. Ono Package of Hy
gealet has cured me of the ASTHMA of six
Jos. F. Keesberry, P. M. of Duncannon, Pr.
I tun cured of ae ASTIIMA. of DiTyenrs
standing by Dr. Curtis' Hygoana.•
Margaret Easton, Brooklyn, X. E
Price three Dollars a Package, —Sold by
CURTIS & PERKINS and BOYD & PAUL,
No. 149 Chambers St., N. Y.-4 parkageg sent
free by express to any part of the United States
for Tun Dollars.
N. 13.-1)1.. Curti,' Ifygenna is the ()RIGI•
NAL awl ONLY ,iENUINI.: ARTIIILE, all
others aru base imitation, or vile and INJURI
OUS counterfeits. Shan them as you would
S - uld by RUSSELL. W SCIIQTT, No. 138
Market Street, Philadelphia, who will sell by
the dozes at Proprietors rates.;
Sept. :2.0. 1831 —ls.
VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION,
Dlt.Joitt,e, one of the most celebrated Phy.
sicians in New York, writes as follows :
DIL CURTIS-Dear ni, :—Having witness.
ea the excellent effects of your llvoc.orA On
INHALING lIYURAN VAPOR AND CHERRY SITU.,
in u ease of chronic Bronchitis, and being much
in furor of emmter , iritation in affections of the
throat, bronchial tubes and Inns, I can there
fore cheerfully recommended your Medicated
apparatus as being the most convenient and
effectual mode of applying anything of the
kind 1 have ever seen. No doubt thousands
of pemons may be relieved, and tunny cured
by using your remedies. -
You are at liberty to use this in any way you
may think proper.
Respectfully, yours, be.
C. JOHNS, M. D.,
No. 609 Houston St., New York.
Prof. S Center writes us as follows :
GENTI.ENINN,—I have recently bad occasion
to test your Cherry Syrup and Hyena Vapor
iu a case of chronic sore throat, that had refused
to yield to other forms of treattnent, and the re•
suit has satisfied me, that whatever nifty be
the composition of your preparation, it is no
imposition, but an excellent remedy. 1 wish
for the sake of the afflicted that it might be
brought within the reach of alt.
Roy. Doctor CUEEVEII wri'est—
Nnw•York NOV. 15, 1654.
DrAn —T think Wghly of Dr. Curtis's
Hygeana, as a remedy in diseases of the throat
and lung. Having had some opportunity to
teat its efficacy. -I am convinced that tt is
a most excellent medicine, both the Syrup and
the inhaling application to the chest.
The llyox.ksA is for mile by Thomas Rend &
son. See advertisement in another column
Jan. 23. 1833—Gm.
Fiala for Sale.
15 Barrels Susquehanna Shad,
10 Golf bbl. "
just received and for Cale at the store of
T UST received and for sale, Ham. Shoulder,
ei Side, Dried Beef, Luke Trout, White Full,
also Dried reaches, Dried Apples, &0., &c., for
sale by _ J. & W. SAXTON.
.r au. ict vt . PISIOLb at Eva. SNALL's,