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LIST Of OUTSTANDING AMOUNTS,
Due at Settlement with the Auditors lbr the year 1857.
Years. Townships Collectors' 'Vitt., County Tax Slate Tax Militia Fin,.
1 844 Walker, A. B. Sangree, 11 88
1 847 -. Franklin, • John H. Stonebraker,
1 861 • West Charles Green,
1 862 Walker, John Coulter,
1 853 Cass, Josh.. Greenland,
. __ .
Henderson, Luke Vorhoes, .
Burma, William Couch,
Brady, John McDonald.
Cromwell, Michael Myers,
Franklin, John Import,
Porter, William B. Shaw,
Barree, John Smith,.
tCromwell, David Maier,
*Hopewell, John Beaver,
Morris - Abraham Isenberg,
Tod, . Benjamin Baker,
*Walker, John 'Thom pson,
Barree, Josef& Forrest,
Brady, George Rupert,
Cassville, Nicholas Corbin,
Cromwell, Frederick Harman,
Jackson, Solomon Hamer,
*Morris, Benjamin F, Wallace,
*Tod, A. J. Dunlap,
tUnion, David Pheasant,
Walker, Jos4li Isenberg,
Warriormark, Henry Grazier,
West, William Moore,
*Alexandria, Alexander Stitt,
*hritly, John R. McCarthy,
*Barree, Peter Livingston,
*Cass, George M. Green,
*Cassville, Samuel Smith,
Clay, Joseph Park,
*Cromwell, William Johns,
*Dublin, Brice Blair,
*Franklin, William Bice,
*Henderson, George Nuttier,
..Huntingdon, Samuel 8. Smith,
*Hopewell, George B. Weaver,
*Jackson, John Jackson,
*Juniata, Henry Mark,
*Morris, Samuel Harnish,
.*Oneida, George Miller,
*Penn, Andrew G. Neff,
*Porter, David P. Henderson,
*Shirley, ' James G. Doyle,
*Springfield, Joshua Johns,
*Tell, Thomas Cisney,
*Tod, Abraham Elias,
*Union, M. F. Campbell,
*Walker, Martin Penner,
*Warriorsmark, Samuel Lehman,
= West, John Thompson,
• Since paid in part, f Sinoe paid in full.
O:yen under Seal of office 4th of January, 1868.
February 18th, 1857.-4 t.
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EVER KNOWN TO MAN!
LaIIV.X;! P"'S?"' ai
Mlt• LINDSEY has discovered a remedy that
will cure all diseases arising from impure
blood, which is the foundation of all diseases.
will warrant it to cure 'all the within-named
diseases, such as
Chronic &mirth:, Minnow ,; . f the Mein, Tumors,
Ulcers OR the Ileuti or Body, and alt
Breuk•outr on like
And it will also cure nil Indolent Ulcers of
many yoars standingt; Sore Mouth, caused Irmo
using mercury, and will eradicate ntereurv,
from the system. When the IMPROVED
BLOOD SEARCHER operates on mercury,
all other bnputitiett of the -blood will be sweet
front the system, and it purities the lilood as
pure as vegetalrle unt licit. , eon make hi mid
when the blood is put, the wan weinan or
child, *ill lake no disease, for the impure - 41mA
which istle entice of disease, is gone. It will
alto cure all Debilitated Diseases, such no
drive from a derangement of the liver; tt will
bring the liver into a healthy stettiov, mil will
Ft Mt SALE BY john Mead. Huntingdon :
JO, Beaton, Cusieville. Jos. Johnston, Pe.
terelturg. Silas Cresswell. Wm.
• Shaverstille. Freedom boat Co. Greens
burg Furrow, Iteddlo is Stewart, West Bar
ree. Sam!. W. Myton, Saulsharg. It. Mc-
I3urney, AlcAliwys tort. Elias Musser, MeAl
arys fort. Joseph Douglas, McCounclistown.
D. Bethrick tit Co. Markl.sliurg. Win. B.
:Leas, I. l liirleyslim. Thos. Orhisou, Orblso
mu. D. B. Morrison - It•Co.'lllairs Mills. M.
A. Robison ACo. Shade Gap. Lynn Short
A Co. Baldeugle. 41. C. Walker, Alexandria.
Jas. Clark 4:1 Scot, Birmingham. h. AI, 801 l
A Co. Warrior:nark. O. 11. Stiller, Spruce
.Creek. J. W. Maniere, Moolianicksville.--
Sarni. ltluttern bluebook:stifle.
Iluntingdon;Feh. 24th, intia.—tim.
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PRODUCING HAIR ON BALD BEADS,
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This astonishing and unequalled preparation
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,moves at once all scurf, dandruff and unpleasant
itching, scrofula, craptions and feverish heat
from the scalp. It also prevents the hair from
becoming unhealthy and falling off, and hence
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gentleman of Boston writes to his friend
In New Bedford tints:
To your inquiries I would reply, that when I
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I,eaa so for the last ten years and It was very
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pulled out very freely; but I found that belbre
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eight weeks) my hair was entirely changed to
its original color, light brown, and is now, free
from dandruff and quite moist. I have had my
hair cut five or six times since the change, and
have never sent anything like white hair start
ing front the roots; and it is stow as thick at
it ever was, and does not come out all. It WV
proved in my case all that I could wish to ask.
July 1, 1855, Yours, etc,
[From the Boston Herald.]
SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING.-By using
Professor Wood's Heir Restorative, grey bait
can be permanently restored to its original color.
The subjoined certificate from Johnson & Stone
Gardiner, Heine. is but one of 010 many in
stances that are daily coming to our knowledge,
of its wonderful effects.
GAR' IN., Maine, Juno 22, 1855.
Data Sot s—l have used two bottles of Prof.
Wood's Heir Restorative, and can truly say it is
the greatest discevery of the age for restoring
and changing the hair. Before using it, I was
a man of aaventy. My hair has now attained
its original color, You can recotnanend it to the
world without the least fear, as my cote was 0110
Of the worst kind.
DANIEL N. MURPHY.
Professor 0. J. Wood.
BROOKFIELD, 'Massachusetts, Jan. 12,1855.
DEAR SIR :—Having made a trial of your
Hair Restorative, it gives me pleasure to say
that its effect has been excellent in removing In
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hendeney, w its Inch I have been troubled fr
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was becoming grey, to its original color.l It are
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128 66 77 OS 75 Os
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125 32 377 01 61 50
101 71 11 99 63 68
325 38 94 46 28 00
10 05 5 70
28 89 46 GO
30 95 93 00
20 97 S 7 50
A. L. McCARTHY, Comm'rt
CEO. W. MATTERN,
used no other article with anything like the
pleasure nod profit. Yours truly,
J. K. BRAGG,
Pastor of the Orthodox Church, Brookfield,
[From the Missouri Democrat.]
' WOOD'S HAIR DYE.—This admirable ar
ticle is rapidly improving the hair. No article
of a similar kind, nor before the public, enjoys
a better reputation as a restorative and invigo
rating hair tonic. Its peculiar chemical quali
ties have a beneficial effect upon the growth end
character of the hair, giving a silky and glossy
texture to that which was formerly ot• at coarse
and dry nature. It has, also, we landerstand, a
tendency to preserve the youthful color and ap
-11.1.11C0 the hair, and destroying or counter
acting the abete of old age. With such recom
mendations in its forer..We harstirporceico flew
al, lady Or gelltleMan should lie without so val.
mii,!e an ailjneet to their toilet.
IVO(11) ,rz Co., Proprietors, 312 Broadway
N. Y., & 114 Market st., St. Louis, Missouri.
Sold in Huntingdon by loon, and 11.
111c11Antomi., and by Druggists everywhere.
14th. Itl, 1858.-9 m.
o 21 &.t
OR LIVER REMEDY
►rillls is one of the greatest medical disc ore,
ies ever made, and is daily working cures
nitno , t too great to holier°. It cures as if ma
gic, nvms Tim FIRST Dose GIVING BENEFIT,
and seldom more than one bottle is required to
cure any kind of Lim.. Complaint, from the
worst.htundiee or Dyspepsia too common head
iill of Cvhich are the remit of It MRS see
The Liver is one of the principal regulators
of the hunian body, and when it performs Its
functions well, the p3wers of the system are ful
ly developed• The stomach is almost entirely
dependent on the healthy action of the Liver
fin• the proper performance of its functions.—
When the stomach is at fault, the bowels are at
fault, end the whole system suffers In conse
quence of one orom—the Liver—having ceased
to do its duty. For the diseases of that organ
one el the proprietors has made it his study. in
a practice of more than twenty years, to find
some remedy wherewith to counteract the many
derangements to which it is liable.
To prove that tide remedy is nt last found,
any, person troubled with Liver Complaint in
any of its forms, has but to try a bottle, and
conviction is certain.
A compound line been formed by disselvinu
gums. end extracting that part which is soluble
for the active virtues of the medicine. Those
gums remove nil morbid or bud matter from the
system, supplying in their place a heal by flow
of bile, invigorating the stomach, causing food to
digest well, purifying the blood, giving tone and
health to the whole machinery, removing the
causes of the disease, and effecting a radical
cure without any of the ilisagreeablo after ef
fects, felt by using Calomel or Mineral Poison,
that arc usually resorted to.
To all who will follow these directions n cure
is positively guaranteed. SICK HEADACHE can
he cured by the use of two tea-apoonsful taken
as soon as the attack is felt.
The Invigorator never fails to cure sour sto
mach or the bad abets experienced after eat
13ilious attacks yield readily to one bottle, and
Chronic Diarthcoa, difficult, as it is to cure, is
never troublesome to those who take the Invigo
For Dysyensia or Jaundice, nothing in the
known world acts so fully or cures so quickly no
the Invigorator. It removes all yellowness and
unnatural color from the skin.
For Night Mare, take a dose bororo retiring,
and it is warranted a sure preventative.
For Female Obstruethnis it is a safe and sure
remedy, es it rem ...yes the cause of the disease.
Costiveness cannot exist where the Inviaora
for is freely taken, while Cbotie yields readily to
a few doses.
It must he known that all these are Liven
diseases, or causee by a deranged Liven. and to 2521 26
cure them needs a LIVER medicine and one of - I We the Auditors 4.1 Huntiodon County, in
rea li t The Invigorator is such a medi
-19738 71 , Commonwealth of Pennaylviiit do certify that
sine; has medicinal powers, never before dis- CR. . 'in pursuance of the 47th Scctil of the act e.
covered, that will cure all diseases of the Liven By cash paid State Treasurer as per
no matter of how long standing, or what may receipts, dated Bth July, 1837, 7th ; tilled an Act relating to Conies and Tow,
ee their feria. The active medicinal virtues ex-, October, 1837, 2d December, 1857 , chip, &e., pass the 15th d ap ! April, 183.1,
traded from the gums used is such as to be too ! and Ilth January, 1858, 3728 30 we met lit the Commissioner'sflice in the Bor.
tonishing to all who see their effects, for none By amount of tax remaining uncllee. ough of Huntingdon, on the 9 day of Ja n uary
can use the medicine without receiving bend , ted far 1857 and previone years, 14315 15 185/4, and did audit, adjust us settle the see.
It acts as a gentle earthen* and should always B y exonera d one allowed collectors o f • ' oral aminots required of us I law, arzr; 'ably
be taken in suflicient quantities to act on the 1857 and previous years, 142 51 ,to the several acts of Assemv and suipple.
bowels gently. The best way to tafte it is to Bv commissions allowed collectors of , melds thereto. according to thltost of our ji4t ,
take the medicine in the mouth, then take some ..., 857 ainit previous re..., 487 15 meats and abilities . In wittss whercot we
water and swallow both together. In this way '
the medicine will scarcely ho tasted. By amount refunded .l. Douglas, have hereunto let oar hands his 9th sear of .
SANFORD Sc CO., Proprietors, 345 Broadway being this much overpaid on the January, 1858, at th e ttllice atusaid. fill.ANlol.44.Always buy your Blanks sille
6 . ,lutirid Office." We have now prepared avs
Stale lax on gelding up his ace't, 13 37
, New York. Sold in Huntingdon by Ilcsfar JAMES CREE. ' 1, A u d• . , 4..urrier article of BLANK DEEDS BOMA,
1 MCMANIUILL, and John Read, By Treasurer's corn tn ission oil $4800.• . ... ' PHILIP.D. sTEv ?is, au" , J't.itio-tor }toms, Bum m ows , :iumo a
141 r. IP,: TOOVNIIIm. ihrnforelpt.-17, ia, m 1 percent., 4fl 00 Feb. ;47. 71s t.+-4t. T l'oE Fr:lM.
MISCELLANEOUS AD 'I NEE EN't
FIVE PER GENT INTESE3T
NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST CO.
BOUTII-WEST CORNER OF THIRD,
Incorporated by the State of Penneylvania.
MONEY IS RECEIVED IN ANY SUM,
large or small, and interest paid from the
day of deposit to the day of withdrawal.
The office it open every day from 9 o'clock
in the morning till 5 o'clock in the a ftern3on
and on Monday end Thursday evenings till i
HON. HENRY L. BENNER, President,
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vice President,
WM. J. REED, Secretary.
Hon. Henry L. Benner, F. Carroll Brewster,
Edward L. Carter, Joseph B. Barry,
Robert L. Selfridge, Francis Lee,
Saml. K. Ashton, Joseph Yorkes,
C. Landreth Minus Henry Dielfenderffer,
Money is received nod payments made daily
without tit dee.
The investments are made In Real Estate
Mortgages, Ground Route, and such el ass se
curities as the. Charter requires.
To Merchants and Farmers.
GRQUNI) PLASTER cart be had at the
Huntingdon Flour and PlastefMills, in any de
sirable quantity, on and after the let day of
March, 1858. We deliver it FREE or CHARGE
ou the coca at the depots of the Pennsylvania
and I3road Top Railroads.
Report of the County Auditors
AUDITOR GENEOAL FOR VW
A. B. CREWIT, ESQ., Treasurer of Hun.
tingdou County, dee'd., in account with the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, up to April,
Tax on Real and Per. onal Palate.
To aggregate amount of tax outstan
ding for 1856 and previous years,
as per last annual report of Auds i 111079 02
To amount of tax received on un
seated land, up to 4th Apr. 1857, 2 10
CR. 11081 12
By cash paid State rrcoanrcr,. per
receipts dated 12th Feb. '57 and ltd
March, 1857. 5724 25
By =mint of tax remaining uncol•
lected for 1856, and previous sears
up to 4th April, 1857, 4226 41
By Exoneraticnis allowed collectors
of 1850 and previous, years up to
April, 1857, 50
By commissions allowed collectors of
1850, and previous year s o p t o
April, 1857, 122 1,;)
By Treasurers commission on $6781.
iii, at 1 per cent.,
By balance due the Commonwealth,
by County Treasurer,
bulanen dim Coneth tm per last
annual report or Auditors,
By cash phi Stele Tr.sserrr, as per
receipt, dated 12th Feb. 1852,
Distilleries and ilmcerie.r.
Tu balance due o , 9l'dt us per lust
annual report of Audiinrs, P 7 50
To Pal. due CO. Treasurer by conob 1 00
fly cash paid State Treas. as per re
ceipt dated 12th 1 , Q1J., 1.1 1 57, 1)8
Tn balance due ConCtlt ns per butt
report 01 . .\ 14 2t.
By cash paid ti,tite Treasurer.. per
reetipt dated Mit Feb, 1557, 1-I 25
Restaurants and Eating Howie.
To indance due Com'ill no per last
annual report of Audit. ro, 23 00
By cash paid Stale Treasurer as per
receipt dated 12th Feb., 16:17, 23 00
To balance doe Clotn'tb on per lag,
annual report (sr Auditors, 19 95
13y cash 'paid State Treasurer as per
receipt, dated 12th Feb., 1857, 19 95
To ludnnee dtie Coin'th as per last
annual report Auditors, 28 50
By cash paid State Treasurer, as per
receipt, dated 12th Feb., 1857, 28 20
To aggregate amount of said Giles
outstanding for the year 1856, and
previous years as per lust annual
report of Auditors, 1526 76
By cash paid State Treasurer as per
receipt, dated 12th Feb., 1857, 8 16
By exotterations allowed collector of
1856 and previous years,
By commissions allowed collectors of
1856 and 'merlons years, 10 47
By amount of said fines mmaining
ttneollectod fob 1836 and previous
years up to April, 1857, 1410 13
By Treasurer's commission on $84.00
at 1 pelt cent., 8 40
By balance due Coin'th by the Coun
ty Treasurer, 75 60.
F. H. LANE, Esq., Treasurer of Hunting.
don county, in account with theCommunwealth
Tits on Real and Personal Estate.
To aggregate amount of tax aulatan•
ding up tooth April, 1857, for that
and, previous yours, 4226 41
Co aggregate amount of said tax As
sessed for the use of the Cotn'th
for 1857, as per statement of the
County Cum's, filed with Treas'r 15529 50
To amount of tax received on unsea
ted land for 1857 and previous yrs. 2 70
IU L, l'i'a
To aggregate amount of said license
for the yesr 1337, granted by tit
Court as per return of the Clerl
of said Court, filed with the Coon
To balance doe the County nem!'
by the Commonwealth,
By mill paid State Treasurer as pi
receipt, dared Bth July, 1857.
By Treasurer's commission on 750.1
at 5 per cent.,
Distilleries and Breweries.
To aggregate amount of said license'
for the year 1857, us per list fur.
lashed Co. Treas. by Men App'r,
By exoncrations allowed by Met can]
tile Appraiser and Auditors, \ 50 00
By Treasurer's commission on 150.00,
at 5 per ct., 7 50
By bal. due Coin, by Co. Teens, 142 50
Billiard Poo's!. •
To aggregate amount of said license
for the year 1857, as per list fur
nished the Co. Treas. by :der. Ap'r, SO 00
By amount left in hands of Justice of
the Peace for collection, 30 00
To aggregate amount of Licenses fur
the year 1857, us per Hot furnished
Co. Trens'r by the Mer. App'r. 30 00
By exoneration allowed by Moreau.
tile Appraiser and Auditors, 10 00
By Trotter'a emu on 20.00, 5 pr. et, 1 00
By bal. due Coin. by Co. Treas., 19 00
To aggregate amount of said licon•
sett for the year 1857. as per list
furnished the Comity Treasurer by
the Mercantile Appraiser,
To balance due County Treasurer by
By cash paid State Treasurer as per
receipts, dated Nth July, 1857, and
7th (fetoliett, 1857,
By exonerutiotts allowed by Bier
eatitile Appraiser eel Auditors,
By minutia kilt in Justiel:
of the Peuee for is
B y 1.11 , 1,1.1 4/6: fur pub.
~ r rs •., !us per re-
ftir ihtt x;•:!.
curtlitiod Ow .• ••r •. ;;y
Ity cazdi paid Tinto
By exl,iteruitims allowed 1tpr..•,,-
Lilo Appraisur and Auditor,. 80 00
flv Tiazasnrers coniinikadoila
00 at 5 per cl. , 4 00
T.. n re me am•milt Of Salll linen
et:ior the year I tts7, furnigltal
the Comity Tree.tetter I t y the 11 r•
ountile A ppraitatr, 1.1 00
By exonerations nllowod by dm Nler
pantile Apprainet and A tulitnO, 7 00
By Tregninrorg commission on $7:00
at 5 per Ct.. 35
balance dny Courth by ,tho
age , regate amount of said fluo,:
fur the year ,1857,
By Treasurer's C0M1111,41011 on .t 0 10—.•
00 Itt 5 per et., 1 00
By balithee due Cont'th by ;the
County Treasurer, 28 50
Ni(ilia Fine, .)
To aggre,gate amount of said Ones
outstanding for the year 1856lind
previous years, as per last aututtl
report of Auditors, 1526 70
To aggregate amount of M itia
fines assessed fin the year / 57,
no per statement of the Co my Com missioners fi led with the' ea.
surer, I 994 50
By amount of said fines remaing
uncollected fur 1857 and prev ms
years, 1678 50
B exmierations alowed collecOrs
of 1837 and provions years, 290 00
By commissions allowed coffee rs
of 1857 and previous years, 15 03
By amount paid County Commis-,
sioners for time necessarily on.
ployed in Military business fur the
By amount paid H. W. Miller for
furnishing and making out doh-,
rates of Militia fines for the ysar
By amount paid Balph Crotsley - br
his services as Brigade Inspecor,
By amount paid Treasurer of Slott
Infantry per order of Captain,for
By amount paid Treasurer of unit
Artillery per order of Captait for
By cosh paid State Treasurers per
receipt, dated Bth Jule, 187.
By Treasurer's co m anssitin on $37.
73 at 1 . per ct.,
By balanco due The Comhh by 01114
JOURNEYMAN SADDLE AND
HARNESS—MAKER, in want of em.
ployment, can hear of a favorable sit
uation by applying at this office.
rp tE undersigned will sell at Public Sale at
I their farm opposite the Borough of Hunt
MONDAY 15th. of MARCH,
commencing at 10 o'clock. in the morning
all the PERSONAL PROPERTY cameo:
ted with their limn, consisting of 15 head of
Horses and Colts, and one Mule Colt, 21
head of Cows and Young Cattle, 20 or more
Hogs, three of which are fine Breeding Sows;
Wttions. Plows, Harrows, Cultivators 2;e; a
large assortment of Harness or Horse Gears,
Double Trees, Single 'Frees. Chains &c. Al
son vorioy of the Small Tools and Articles
kept arou a well stocked farm; and a quantity
of Hay by the Ton.
TERMS.—Eight month's credit on all sums
above Ten Dollars, by giving notes with ap
FISHER & M'MURTRIE
W 111111: AND CORN wanted at thits
Ate, Thosa haying either can dispose of the
slate by calling soon.
We request those of our subsci!liors who re•
eive their papers, to infirm us of those ill their
immediate neighborhoods who are subscribers
to the "Journal," and have failed to receive
the smile, since the stealing of our pack•book,
by milieus on the 3d of February.
PORE CATAWBA DRtNDY.
Having received the sole agency of A.
Hazard & Co.. Druggists, Philada., for the sale
of the Brandy kr Huntingdon county, w•e con.
Heady offer it to the public as a pure and un
tululteratea article as the following certificate
28 Sixth St., between Walnut and Vine,
Cincinnati, March, 1857
This will certify that I have this day inspee .
ted two separate lots of Catawba Brandy, one
in Barrels and one in Bottle, manufactured by
Lauritze Lyntio, and sold by his Sole Agent, 3.
Jacek, et the Depot. No. 99 opposite the Bur
net lions, and 1.1:1 West. 'third Street, Cincin
nati, an d find then b,th pu,e and free from
tdl pooontnts or deleterious drugs, and no such
have marked the some, no •the law directs. Gi
ven under my hand at my office. [signed.]
HIRAM COX, M. I).,
Inspector of Alcholic Liq u ors, l
New Itirk, Jrly 28, 1857,
Itcar Sir :—I have received a bottle of Lyons'
Pura Ohio Catawba Brandy, furnished by Mr.
A. Ralston. Jr., of Lockport, N. Y., for analy
cation, and 1 find it to contain only those in•
gretlients which exist in pore Brandy. The
proportion of Alcohol obtained from it is 47.00.
believe this sample to Im pure Brandy with
out adulteration—the Ilavor 01' it in deliellie
and peculiar. JAMES H. CHILTON, 1,1.
The 011 CATA W BA. BRANDY -- not
only c.mobt, but even excels the best imported
Brandies in purity and flavor. It is in fact the
Best. Both known. This statement is fully
corroborated by the certificates of many of our
most distinguished analytical Cimm ists, some
of which accompany this circular.
The want of PURE BRANDY has levy
hero felt in this country, and the introduction
of an article of such quality os to supersede
the sole and use of those vile compounds bid,
erto sold under he name of Brandy, can only
be regarded no a great public good. • The Ca
tawba Brandy possesses all the good qualities
claimed for the best imported Liquor, and is of
perfect purity out sultoritir flavor.. It is tbere
fore fully emitted to the patronage of the pule
lie. We feel confident that its reception in
this State will be as that which it has met with
in the Great West, and that the time is not far
dismitt, when the superiority: of our own Li
/toms will put an end to their Insportution from
abroad. In Medicinal purposes this Brandy
has 00 rival, and has hog been needed.
strit is n Sovereign and Sure Remedy for
Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Low Spirits, Languor,
ALSO FUR SALE
Es llelebrated Still and
k 1 i g Champagne,
These Vim, .or mode in 117 e neighborhood
_et Cincinnati. and are guarantied to ho the
pure juice of the Grape, and are eminently cab
entitled lip ittmlids, and persons who require a
gentle stimulant, and Mr Sacramental purposes
or as a beverage will be found equal, it' not no
peri,. to the best imported.
Retail Price fur Brandy and Wines, $1,25
per Quurt Bottle.
pe , A literal discount made toThetratle.4n
lildress JGIIN REA D, Druggist.
Chambersburg to Mt, Union
riche undersigned awere that a suspension of
11 the lino of Stages over the road between
Chambersbu'rg and Alt, Union, cannot be but
disitdramageons to a large section of the coon.
try, Imo, at a considerable eLpense and trouble
MAC arrangements to ruWit line of Stages
'in-weekly between the two points Good
horses nod comfortable Stages have been pla
ced on the route, mid experienced and trusty
drivers will superintend, the running or the
Coaelies. The proprietorof the line is disirous
that it be maintuined, and he therefore calls
upon the public generally to patronize it.
deut that it will be for their mutual advantage.
Every attention necessary will be given, and
the running of the Stages will be regular.
rar Stages leave lilt. Union, every Tuesday
Tent sdav, and Satuiday evenings, arriving at
Chamlicisburg the next day at 2 o'clock.. He
mming, leave Chambersburg, the same night
ut to &dock, arriving at Mt. Union the next
evening in time thr the ears. Between Mt, Un
ion mid Shade Hap the line will be daily.
W . Fare through $3 ; to intermediate points
in pnmortion. JOHN JAMISON
Jan. 20th, 1358.—tr.
Anti phlogletic Solt.
ccleldated medicine is for sale at the
.li,ereai thrice. For all inflammatory diseases
it is n certain core. (Jet abe t and try it, so
who arc afflicted.
I wed Ileef, Hams. Shoulders and Flitch, to
jJ saie at t h e cheap Grocery Store of
LOVE Is MoDIVITT.
The Puescriber will offer nt Public Sala at
his residence in Brady township, two wiles west
On Wednesday 10th of ➢larch, 1858.
The Following property to wit : 3 Work Horses,
1 two year old Colt, 4 Milk Cows, 7 head young
Cattle. 17 head of Sheep, 15 Shoats, 1 breeding
Son, Plows, Barrows, Cultivator, 1 two horse
Carriage. Harness nod Horse Genre, 1 two or
three hoise Wagon, 1 Sled, Winnowing Mill,
111,114e11111(1 stud Kitchen Furniture-1
Cook Stove, I Tenplate Stove, Carpeting, and
a number of articles too tedious to mention.
Sale to commence at 10 o'cloc•l: A. M. of said
day, when terms will be mude
February 17, 1858. JOll NrIPEICI
Having bought a first - tlAlt D.PILESS," we
are now prepared to print in the prcportion of
three cards in the same time that any other
press in the county ran print one, consequent.
ly we roe print them cheaper—if not done well
we make no charge at all. We ask your pa
A SPLENDID NEW COOK STOVE for
sub! nt tbia °nice; it is culculatell to burn wood
OF LAND WANTED
In exchange for TWO BRICK !I! i! h I ~
Philadelphia. Pa., ns for Stocks
COL. E. BRA DY
No. 123, South Seventh st.
Jan. 27, '58.2m
Dr. Hardman, Analytical Physician,
Physician for Diseases of the Lungs, Throat
and Dean—Fennerly Physician to the
CINCINNATI MARINE HOSPITAL, also
to INVALIDS RETREAT,
Author of "Leticia o Invalids," IS COMING.
Soo following Card.
Dr. Hardman, Physician for disease of the
Lungs Lungs (formerly Physician to Cincinnati Ma
will be in attendance at his
rooms as follows
Huntingdon, Jackson's Hotel, Tuesday, Mar. la,
Lewistown, National Hotel, 17.
Excuange lintel, it 1 5.
])r. Hardman treats Consumption, Bronchi
tis, Asthma, Larryngittis and all diseases of the
throat end lungs, by ineflical Inhalation, lately
used in the Broutton Hospital, London. The
great point in the treatment of all hainan meta
-1 dies is to get nt the disease in the direct men
ncr, All medicines are estimated by their ac
tion upon the f,igen requiring relief. This is
the important fact upon which Inhalation is ba
sed. If the stomach is diseased we take
medicine directly into the stomach. If the lungs
are diseased, breathe or 'ninth, medicated ea
porn directly into the lung•. Medicines are the
antidotes to disease and should lie applied to
the cm•,v sent of inseam. Inhalation is the np
ineation of this principle to the treatment of
the lungs, fur it gives us direct access to those
intricate air cells end tubes which lie out of
reach of every other means of administering
medicines. Ihe reason that Consumption, and
other diseases of the lungs, have heretofore re
sisted nll treatment has been because they hail
never been epproached in a direct manner by
medicine. They were intended to act upon the
lungs and yet were applied to the F
Their netion was in tendril to be local, nnd yet,
they were on mlininistered that they should not
net constistetionally, expending immediate and
principal fiction upon the nuoilentling stomach,
whilst the foal ulcers within the lungs were un
molested. Inhalation lacings the medicine in
direct contact with the disease, without the
fli.tiventitge of ally violent action. Its appli
cation is simple, that it cut lie employed by the
youngest intent or feeblest invalid. It does not
derange the stomach, or in terfere in the least de
gree with the strength, cottilbrt, or business of
t hi patient.
Ornmt Doings. TittinTro.—ln relation
to the titllowing din vases, either• when compli
cated with lung afl'cctiars existing alone, I also
invite consultation. I meetly tied them prompt
Prolaps. and all otlter forms olTemale com
plaints, Irregularities and Weakness.
Palpitation and nlI other lurttts of Heart
Disease, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, and all
other diseases of Stomach and bowels, &e.
All diseases of the crc and car. Neuralgia,
Epilepsy and all farms or nervous disease.—
Nu charge for consultation.
S. 1). 11A111)MAN. M. D.
Jane 3, 1857.
M• MoN. Walsh. Principal.
This sehoul for young ladies and gentlemen
i 3 probably the cheapest one of thu kind in the
country. The expenses per year fur board,
room rent, furniture, fuel anti tuition in common
English tou only $B3.
Piano Mush; is only $5 per quarter. All
the languages and the ornamentals are propor
tionally cheap. For other information address
John D. Walsh, Cassellle, Huntingdon Co.. I'a.
The next quarter commences Monday, Jan
uary 180 t., 1858.
Only $19.5 0 per ff
Tim NEW FA cuvrv.
M. Fri;cip — ar.
Professor of Liingiloges nod Philosophy
iierr Karl Ilockenheim,
Pio'. of German Language Literature.
M. Eugene Chivani,
Professor of Peench and Piano Music.
James W. Hughes,
Pe,:le.sor of Mathematics, etc.
Mrs. M. MeN. Walsh, Pre , pireBB.
Gr, cian Painting, Botany, Ili&iory etc,
Miss E. Faulkner,
.Monochromatics, Painting, Drawing, etc.
Miss Anna I% Gray, _ _
Pia'nO Music and French,
Miss Jennie M. IValsh,
HIS SCHOOL HAS LATELY PASSED
into now hands, and the present owners
are determined to make it a first class loathe.
lion. The majority of the now faculty are al.
ready on hand, nod student; will Inn received as
soon us they wish to come.
Young 'tidies and gentlemen intending logo
to school will do well to write to us before con
cluding to go elsewhere. There in no cheaper,
and we believe there will be no Keller +school
now thus our&
Both sexes are received, all branches taught
and students can enter at any time.
For further inlormation, address
JOHN D. WALSH,
Caseritte, Huntingdon Co.
D,cember i, 1857. tf.
THE GOLDEN PRIZE.
Illustrated. 1858. Mustrated.
The New York weekly-GOLDEN PRIZE is
one of the largeat and heat literary paper. of the
day. An Imperial Quarto containing emit
mons, or foray colunros, of entertaing original
matter, and elegantly illoatrated every. week.
A Gift worth.7rom 50 cents to $5OO 60 in yold,.
will be prcseuted to each subscriber immediately en
receipt y the sulmeription money.
One Cops for I year, $2 00, anal gilt
it $3 50, and 8 gifts
" 3 " $5 00, and 3 gift,
" " 5 " $8 Od, and 5 gifts .
AND TO (MUMS
3 copies, 1 year, $5 00. and 1 gift.
5 •' 4, $8 00, and 5 gilts.
815 00, and 10 gifts.
21 " " $3O 00 and 21 gifts.
The articles to ho distributed are comprised in
the following list
2 packages gold, containing • $500,00 each.
5 An. do. do. $200,00 etch.
10 to, do. do. $lllO,OO each.
10 pat. lee, bun. cas. watchea, $lOO,OO ouch•
20 gold watches, $75,00 each.
50 do. $60,00 each.
100 do. $50,00 each.
300 Indies' gold watches, $35,00 each,
$OO silver Mittel; cas'd watches, $30,00 each,
rind silver watches, $lO,OO to
Mtn gold guards, &c., $lll,OO to $30,00 each,
Gold lockets, Bracelets, Broches,
Ear droN, Breast-pins, Puff- -
pins, Sleeve-buttons, Rings.
Shirt-studs, Watch.kcys, gold
and silver thimbles, and a vari
ety of other articles worth from
50 cents to $30,00 cad.
Immediately on receipt of the subscription
in ecy, the subscriber's name will he entered
u our subscription hook, opposite a number,
u...l the gill corresponding with that number will
I.e tl.rwarded, within one week, to the subscri
ber, hr malt or express, post-paid.
icr All coninumications should be addressed
to BECKETT 4t,
48 A 49 Mollitt's buildiag, 335 Broadway, N. T.
••• Specimen copies sent free.
INDIAN ROOT PILLS .
DI. MORSE, the indentor of MORSE'S IN.
DIAN ROOT PILLS, has spent the grea.
ter part of his lite in travelling, having visited
Europe, Asia, and Africa‘Mts well as North
America--has spent three years among the In
dians of our Western country—it wasin thin
way that the Indian Root Pills were first dis
covered. Dr. Morse won the first ratan to es
tablish the fact that all diseases arise from Im
purity of the Blood—that oar strength, health.
and fife depended upon this vital fluid.
When the various passages become dogged.
and do tint net it. perfect harmony with the dif
feret.t functions of the body. the blood loses
its action. becomes thick, corrupted and di•
sensed; thus causing all pains sickness and
distress of every name; our strength is exhaus
ted, our health we are deprived of, and if na
ture is not assisted in throwing uhf the stag•
nant humors, the blood will becoine choked
nail cense to act, and thus our light of life will
forever he blown out. Bow important them
that we should keep the various passages of
the hotly free and open. And !tow' pleasant to
us that we have it in our power to put a medi
cine in your reach, namely. Morse's Indian
Root Pills, mannthet tired from plants and root.
which grow around the mountainous cliffs in
Nature's garden, for the health and recovery
of diseased man. One of the roots from which
these Pills are made is a .Sudorific, which o•
pens the pores of the skin, and assista Nature
In throwing out the finer parts of the .corrup
tion within. The second is a plant which is
no Expectorant. !Ina opens and unclogs the
passage to the lungs, and thus. in•• a soothing
manner, performs its duty by throwing off
phlegm, and other humots from the lungs by
copious spitting. The third is a Diuretic,
which gives cruse and double strength to the'
kidneys; thus (meow aged, they draw large a—
mounts Of impurity from the blood, which is
Shen thrown out latuatiful,ly by the urinary or'
water passage, and which could ita have been
discharged in any ether way. The fourth se
n Cathartic, and accompanies the other prop
erties of the Pills while engaged in purifying
the blood; the coarser particles of impurity
which cannot pass by the other outlets, are'
thus taken up and conveyed oil' in great gnaw
titres by the bowels.
Trent the above, it is shown that Dr. Morse's
Indian Root Pills not only enter the stomach;
but become united with the blood, fur they find
way to every part, and completely rent out
and cleanse the system from all impurity, and
the life of the body, which is the blood, be
comes perfectly healthy; consequently all sick
ness and pain is driven from the system, for
they cannot remain when • the body becomes
The ream why people are so distressed
when sick, and why so many die, is because
they do not get a medicine which will pass to
the afflicted parts, and which will open the
natural passajs for the disease to be cast out
hence, a large quantity of food and other mat
ter is lodged, and the stomach and intestines
ore literally overflowing with the corrupted
mass; thus undergoing disagreeable fermenta
tion, constuntly mixing with the blood, which
throws the corrupted matter through every
vein mid artery. until life is taken from the
body by disease. Dr. Morse's Pills byre ad
ded to themselves victory upon victory, by re
storing milli°ns of the sick to blooming health
nod happiness. Yes, thousands who have
been racked or tormented with sickness, pain
and anguish, and whose feeble frames have
cen scorched by the burning elements of ra
ging fever, and who have been brought, as it
were, within a step of the silent grave, now
stand ready to testify that they would have
been numbered with the dead, had it not been
for this great and wonde l iful 'medicine, Morse's
belian Root Pills, After one or two doses
Lad been taken, they were astonished, and ab
solutely surprised, in witnessing their charm
ing effects. Not only do they give immedi
ate ease and strength, and take away all sick
ness, pain and anguish but they at once go to
work at the foundation of the disease, which is
the blond. Therefore, it will be shown, espeo
ially liy those who use these Pills, that they.
will so cleanse tied purify, that disease—that .
deadly enemy—will take its flight, and the
flush of youth and beauty will again return,
and the prospect of a long and happy life will
elter:sh and brighten your days.
CAUTION.-13eware of a counterfeit sign
ed A. B. Moore. All genuine have the name
of A. J. WHITE &CO. on each box. Also
the signature of A. J. White & Co. All oth
ers are spurious.
A. J. WHITE & CO., Sole Proprietor!,
50 Leonard Street, New York.
Dr. Morse's Indian-Root Pills are sold by
all dealers in Modicums.
g6ir Agents wanted in every town, village
and hamlet in the land. Parties desiring the
agency will address as above for terms.
ger Price Vicente per box. five boxes will
be sent on receipt of sl,.postage paid.
Ducember '6 '57:--6m.
(kir COUNTRY DZIALIWAs ean ba3
CLOTHING from me in Hantingden at Whole
sale, as cheap as they can in the cilia; ad hata
a Wholjika . ll; ta no in Philadelphia.