Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, April 21, 1858, Image 3
NICHOLAS' BANK NOTE REPORTER, ISSUED FROM NO. TO WALL STREET NEW TORR. IS the most correct old reliable work of the kind ever published It is the only Repor ter published in Wall street. sad contains a list of all the Banks in the U.iitcd States and Canada, "r3731121/EIS. Monthly Reporter (with t...2tnu Chart and yna toga pre-paid) 2I 00 Semi-Monthly 2 00 To every yearly subscriber is given a mag nificent Coin Chart of Thirty Six Page which contains beautifully engraved fac oimllost of all the coins in the world. _ Sir Numerous Frands4B having been practised upon the community, by the publishers of certain Bank Note Reporters having quoted es good, numerous fraudulent and swindling affairs, miscalled Batiks, the publishers of this, The Only Reliable Reporter, will attention to the follawing first class REFERENCES• NEW Yonn.—Daniel Drew, Banker; ,Morris Ketchum, Marine Bank, U. S. Life I nsurance Company, J. Me, Secretary; Howard Fire Insurance Company—.l. 'l'. Skidmore, Pres, Caleb 0. Halstead, Pres. Nankai. Bank; Manhattan Lira Insurance Company, C. Y. Wemple, Seey; Mechanics' Bank, G. De An gelis, Cashier; Gnu. Field, Cashier Williams bas;;h City Book. . N. B.—We huy a: our office all money et the prices quoted in the R.•porter. We also pay special attention to the purchase end sale of LAND WARRANTS. A. NICHOLAS & CO.. Rankers, No. 70 Wall street, New York City. Apr. 7, '5B:-3m. TO BE GIVEN AWAY ! All of the Splendid OIL PIIINTI%OB •r.itli rich Gilt Trainee, now on exhibition at ISEENAN33O.AII GALLERY, NO. 61S BROADWAY. TO BE GIVEN AWAY. The proprietors of this beautiful collection of pnintiogs nre 01 , 0 none sof a large tract of lend ling in the flourishing village of Cedar Creek, Vu., 90 miles by railroad from Wesh ington, and in the immediate vicinity of the eel ubritted Sulphur. Iron and Alum Springs, noted por their efficacy in the cure of Bronchial and Cutaneous Mamie, Thin Lad, upon which bare been erected A STONE FLOUR MILL, 2 SAW MILLS and IS DWELLINGS, at an expense of from MO to $5,000 each, they now offer for sale in alternate lute. The Price of Each Lot is $lO, for which a Warranty bred, flee and clear of ineumbrance is given, Together with one of the Oil Paintings on Exhibition which alone is worth the cm paid, and would adorn any gettleman's parlor, whilst the Lot may con. min ono of the Buildings above named. Pamphlets containing n Map, and explaining moro lolly the motive, and object to he attained by making this apparent sacrifice of a portion of their property, can be aeon at 'lto office of this paper. . . . . . . Psrties remitting by mail will receive their deeds hy return piut, and their Picture. by itch tenve).iiic,s us they may direct. They will be partici - Aar in sendiug their orders to name the County and State in which they re• ride, as it-in necessary, for us to forward the pictures without delay.. A building loan will be made to those desi• ring it, eq u al to one half the eost of the build. my to be erected. Bank notes should be enclosed in presence of the Port Muster, in order to avoid risk. Addre ss, lCAS, BOWEN st CO., No. Gib Brundwuy, New York. Weak:WES REarECTINu Tins. 70 Alton; MED PROPEUTY Francis U. Upton, Attmney ut Law, 68 Wall street, tient York City. Phillip Williams, Esq., Attorney nt Law, Winetteater, Va. E. R. I/A;nerenn, Attorney at Law, 68 Wall street, New York. A HOMESTEAD POll $lO. FOR SALE In the ''Gold Region" and other portions of Virginia, the following Farms and Buil ding huts, in Shares, to wit: 1 Farm 100 macs, gold Irani; is 100 acres: 4 Farms of GO acres oath, are 250 " 23 " 40 s.•• 1000 " 70 " • 20 .• 1400 " 150 " 10 " 13011 ‘• 250 " 5 • . 1 I. 1250 " 500 " 3 ‘s 1000 t• 250 Build'g lots A. its. and sq. 710 " 1350 " " 1003100 " 925 " 2500 ' " " 50x100 925 " 5000 " " 25x100 950 " 10,00 u Si e ves, innounting to 1(1,000 ac's. Certificates of the abuve Shares, (with Bonds for the iiitillediate excretion and delivery of the Deed,„) have here do:lit-ad in 10,000 envelopes, exactly alike, amt stilled ; which, utter being well mixed up, have been numbered on the out side from l to 10,000 inductee, so that no one knows the contents of any particular envelope. They will be sold at $lO each, without reference to whet they contain, end sent to ally one ma king application, Unexceptionable fitleswill in all cacao be given. Tice hugest burin. containing a Gold Miue is vela. at $311,1100, and the smallest sized Build ing Leas here been selling at $lO each. Hun dreds have already been sold upon these terms. Whilst all stand the same chance of getting thin Farms, every purchaser is guaranteed one of th , -c lots at least. Every outer purchaser is hcand to got oue of at least double its size and value. Every fourth purl:Miser one of at least quadruple its stye and value. Whilst every tenth purchaser will get a farm ranging in saute from /Laud up to sdo,ooo. These farms and Lets are sold so cheap to induce tiett.ewent,, a sat:kW number being reserved, the increase In t h e value of which trill compensate Lim the present sacrifice. Toe net proceeds are to be applied to lend improvements, site. as Schools, Factories, allills, .c. Any number of Snares can be taken by indtviduals,--to secure a Facto (Aso at least L. shares. The certificates can be nlintinril by paying one-hall, and the Deeds by pa, in , thewaser half. ',0,000 Acres of Land, in large or small teats' can also be had at privata sale. and upon the most reasonable terms. Some of it is highs iy to °vol. Agents aro wanted everywhere to sea these lands. Liberal inducemeats will be given. For full particulars apply to E. lOAUDER, Port Royal, Carolina co. Vi, Apr"uB.•Bml4,. DISSOLUTION OF PURTNERSHIP. The partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, under the firm of Kessler, Eby is Co., was this day absolved by Ullittlai con sent, Those knowing themselves indebted 10 the said firm, either by note or book account, are requested to call and settle the same with Leonard U Kessler, who alone is authorized to use the name of the firm in settlement of the business. T.EONAI.I) G. KESSLER, GI,ORGE EBt, Ja., JESSE DIVIENIIA UGH, WILLIAM C. WAGONER. The business will be continued us nte old stand by tieo. Eby, Jr. DI ill Creek, April 14, 11156,44 THE LITER INVIG()IiATOR ! APRIL TERM, 1858, PREPARED BY DR.. ANFORD. Compounded entirely of Gums. .TRIAL LIST. Is one of the best purgative and liver merli Nicholas Shaver (who path survived Willie. eines now belore the public, that acts as a Ca- Shaver v. Penn a. R. R. Co. chortle, easier, milder. and more effectual than John Fleming vs B. X. Blair et al. .y then medicine known. It is not.only a Ca- Thomas Clark's heirs vs Brison Clark thartic, but a Liver remedy, acting tint on the H. & B. T. R. R. Co. vs Able Putt, .Liver to eject its morbid, then on the stomach Samuel B. McFeatero VA Alexander Beers et and bowels to carry off that inane, thus accoin- Sterling & A.exander vs Bracken, Stitt &•Co. plishing two purposes effectually. without any of John M. Waiters vs David Varner the painful feelings experienced in the operation Harrison & Couch vs C. V. M. Pro. Co. of most Cathartics. It stregthens the system of David Caldwell, adm,r vs. Mich. I. Martin. the same time thin it purges it , and when Liken : A. 11. Brumbaug li tor use vs C, V. M. P. Co. daily in moderate doses, will strenghten and Wm. MeNite vs James Clark iiiinir. build it up with unusual rapidity. The Liver is one al.; the Principal regular 3 ." 0"11"beri-Y vs Ouurfra W. SPuer. tors a the human het. dy ; and when it per- A. Vaudev - ander's heirs vs John McComb. forms its functions wel l l 0 the powers of the sys- SECOND WEEK. tem are fully develop-4a ed. The stomach is Margaret Foster vs William Foster, ahnost entirely di•pen-let dent on the healthy I. P. Brock vs John Savage, action of the Liver fiir„, s , the proper perform- Same vs Same, ante at' its functions. as When the stomach is J a bs Savage vs Wm. Smith &H. Davis, at Ithitt, the bowels are 0 at fault find the whole George W. Wagoner vs Washington Gayer, system suffers in con- 0 sequence of one mg. Samuel D. Myton vs Henry Feebler, —the Liver— having,* ceased to do hs duty. For the diseases 0 Of. itiat organ one ot the rorietors has ma it hd, in a rac• 1 .Cleinents . heirs vs Juli o MeCaudess et al. lobo Savage vs James Entriken William Cummings adm'r vs A. ' plean more tlia n twen- de as,4 is stu y p Walker, ty yars, to rind some remedy wherewith to) counteract the many ” Bich . and Ramsey vs Alex. Richardson, . derangements to which it is liable. t.hristoplier o.born vs P. F . Kessler e. al. To prove that this - remedy is lit last dis- James Wall vs Jona. Wall, covered any person troubled with Liver Philip Spain, vs Moses H e ffn e r, Complaint in any of its 0 1 ' limns, has but to try Christogher Osborn vs P. F. Kessler, a Wide and convietionl m .„ is certain. Bidlem. & Hayward vs James nitrite., Ti em gums reinoveli• all morbid or bad John Brewster vs James Entriken. matter from 0109y:set& , supplying in their ,j,, 0• W. pric,.,,,,,, Long & Ri c k s ,,, , place a heal by flo w of, bile, invigorating Jas. Mag uire vs A. S. Harrison. the stomach, causing food to digest well, - purifying the blood,gi- is Ning tone and health to the whole machine• ry, removing theesuse GRAND JURORS. of the disease, and et' , Meth,. a radical cure. One dose after eat. 1 , log is Link:kilt to cc. John Anderson. fanner Juniata. I.ewis Hurons. blacksmith. Huntingdon, Hey° the stounich and ff.. t o event the food from John Black, carpenter, Huntingdon, I's'. and souring. 10 Daniel Beck, blacksmith. Barret, B lions attacks areZ cured, a. what is bon"' prevented, b y • the " easier ' el use ° f Phil; 14 1 i l l i s p n ß i I C 'l l a y b i a n t aTt h s, farm p e r r , ' DP t o n r i t l e i I I ; ~ the Liver Invigorator g \ Only one dose ta- ' T s ', ,ken before retiring J." Covert , lllll.lll, Springfield, Nightmare. 1 1 01 George Dare. clerk, Franklin, Only one dose token at night, lousenc the .lolin Garner, jr., nirmer. farmer, Penn, bowels gently, and cures Costiveness. Abraham Ilaroish, farmer, 'Morris, One dose token after each meal will cure Des- George Hallman blacksmith, West, Pepsis. John Hirst, flintier, Barree, INF One dose of two teaspoonfuls will always Jonathan Hardy, farmer, Henderson, remove Sick Headache. Adam Li zlititet, termer, West, One bottle taken for female obstruction re- Benjamin Nliigahati, merchant, Walker, moves the ranee of the disease, and makes a William Flys., blacksmith, Cassville, perfect cure. James Stone, fanner, Union, Only one dose immediately relieves Cholie, David S. Tussey, tanner; Potter, while Lee T. Wilson, farmer, Barree, • One dose often repented is n sure cure for „ ” „ 11i,,,” White, tanner , juniaw, Cholera Monies, anti a preventive of Cl.olera. fi,'Only one bottle is needed to throw out of J. W. Yocum, fanner, Juniata. the system the effects of medicine lifter a long sickness. WO. bottle taken for Jaundice removes all sellowness or unnatnral color from the skin. One dose taken a short time before eating gives vigor to the appetite, and makes food digest well. One dose often repeated cures Chronic. Dia, flues in its worst fiirms, while Summer and Bowel complaints yield almost to the first dose. One or two doses cures attacks cau.ed by Worms in Children ; there is no surer or speed ict remedy in the world, as it never Wis. • WA few bottles cures dropsy, by exciting the absorbents. We take pleasure in reemninentling thin med icine as a preventive for Fever:and Agile, Chill, Fever, and all Fevers of a Bilious Type. It operates with certainty, and thousands are wit. ling to testify to its wun•lerinl virtue, • . All who use it nee giving their unanimous tes timony in its favor. iff 'Mix water in.the mouth with the lovigo. ratur, and swallow both togethet. The Liver Invigorator. Is n scientific medical discovery, and is daily working . cmcs, almost too great' to heliece. It cures as it' by magic. even the trust dose giving benefit, and seldom more than one bottle is re quired to cure ant , kind of Liver complaint, hem the worst jaundice or Dyspepsia to a corn ' own Headache, all of which are the result of a diseased Liver. PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER. norrr.c. • Du. SANFOIIII, Proprietor, 3.0 Broadway, N.Y. Buhl by 11. Malanigill, Huntingdon. Apr.7.'58.-Iy. NOTICE. WHELEAS, I executed a note or Angle bill, dated on or about the Oth or 10th of Novethher, 1857, to James Templeton, of Shirloyaburg, for the payment of seventy dollars, one year after date, ail pei cons are hereby notified that 1 have jest and legal defence against the whole amount of said note or single hill, and that I am not lia ble to pay anything thereon. Bradytp,Apr 13,-fit. DAVID BAIRD. NOTICE TO SCHOOL TEACHERS. The School Directors of Huntingdon for. ongh District, will meet at the Public School House, on Saturday April 10th, at one o'clock, P. N., to hear the examination of Teachers by the County Sueerintentlent. Applicants for schools, are requested to be present for examination, and to make applies'. shun on or before that time. The term of the Schools m ten months, commencing on Ist of May next. \VM. ROTFIROCK, Prat. A. W. BENEDICf, Secy. MILNWOOD ACADEMY. The next session atasittstitution, will open the first Wednesday of May. The location is healthy, retired and tree from many of the temptations incident too town life. Connected with the academy is is commando' department designed to lit young men her active business. Students can.pursue this branch of 550(17 exclusively or in connection with other studies. Terms per session of five months. For board. Tuition lie. 55,00 " 7)oith . lo . l:ntry . 11o9k . keep . ing 20;00 " Single Entry Book keeping B,OU Students have tie privilege* hoarding in the Institution or in private iiinulies as they may prefer. For catalogue containing lull particu lars address W. 11. WOODS, Principal. Shade Gap, Huntingdon Co. March 3lbt.--et. Pa. NOTICE. The partnership of Joseph Green is Co., heretofore existing at Itirree Forgo, Huntingdon County, Pa.. has been dissolved by mutual con sent of parties. All accounts and dealings with said Company hitherto. relating to Barre Forge will be attended to by the undersigned, who will Continuo to do business at surd Forge as an Hmomuster. G, DORSEY GREEN. Apr. 7,'58. NOTICE. The firm of Cross & McGill, trading under that name, have this day dissolved by mutual consent. The hooks will he at tro Alexandria Foundry Office, whore settlements. Tim busi ness will be continued by R. C. McGill. It. C, McGILL & CRO3S. Apr.7,'58.-3t. In. lE. ALA LIIMB amaaalf, DENTISf; • EVNIVINGDON, FA. June 13, 1857. NOTICE There will be c;leretifo; sole publicly at the Parminage (Presbyterian) Alexandria, Hunting don County, on Tuesday, the 27th of thin .nonth at one o'clock, P. M., ONE FANCY HORSE AND BUGGY, with many valuable articles of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Apr.14, 1 58.-ts. Gun.. FT./.101.14 COURT AFFAIRS. TRAVERSE JURORS—FIRST WEEK. John Apgar, farmer, Union, Edward Berg* mason, Morris, William Buckler, farmer, Shirley, Hilbert Chaney, .1. P., Barree, Solomon Chilean, farmer. Tod, Nicholas Cresswell, gentleman, Alexandria, Andrew Crotsley, farmer Penn, 'Roman Duff, merchant, Jackson,. William Davis, merchant, Penn. Henry Davis, blacksmith, West, John Ely, merchant, Shirley, John Ellis, grocer, Penn, John Flenner, farmer, Henderson. Nathan Greenland. farmer, Union, John Gifford, Jr., farmer, Shirley, Atignstus K. Green, farmer, Clay. Frederick Harman, farmer, Cromwell ; • Jonathan [limner, farmer, Cam. James 'leaden., merchant. Caasville, Samuel Hannah, teacher, Warriorsmark, Samuel Hamer, laborer, Alexandria, George Jackson, farmer, Jackson, William Jackson, farmer, Jackson, Joseph G. Kenip, frinet, Oneina, • William McWilliams, farmer, Franklin, Isaac McClain, farmer, Tod, Samuel J. Marks, carpenter, Franklin, Elliot McKinstney, farmer, Shirley, Peter Myers, tailor, Shirley, John O. Murray, carpenter, Huntingdoe. • Samuel McClain. farmer, Cass. James Miller, saddler, Jackson. Henry F. Newinghain, gentleman, Huntingdon John B. Ozburn, teacher, Jackson, Alexander Port, J. P., Huntingdon, Samuel Pheasant, Harmer, Cass, Satinnel Rolston, J. P„ Warriorsmark, Abraham Ramsey, laborer, Springfield, Samuel 11. Shoemaker, sportsman. Huntingdon 1 William B. Smith, farmer, Jackson, A. Jackson Stewart, farmer, Franklin, David Stoner, farmer. Clay, Nicholas Slimier, farmer, Shirley, John B. Thompson, farmer, Franklin, Ephraim Thompson, Steiner, Porter, Jonaihan Wilson, farmer, West, .1 e mes Wilson, farmer. Henderson, William Wagoner, mason, Clay. TRAVERSE JURORS—SECOND WEEK John B. Briggs, farmer, Tell. John Bumbaugh, sr., gee., Huntingdon. Richard Colegate, blacksmith, Shirley. John C. Cummings, farmer, Jackson. Jounce Carman, teacher, Huntingdon. Nicholas Crum. miller, Tod. John Dougherty, fanner, Shirley. Perry O. Melds°. shoemaker, Cromwell. William Ewing, farmer. Barre. Isaac Grove. farmer, Perry. Isitiel Gralins, Esq., Lipner, Alexandria. Christian Garnish, farmer, Porter. Jounce K. Hempen, inkeeper, Brady. Thomas Irwin, Harmer, Union. William Johnston, tanner, Shirleyshurg. Joshua Johns, fanner, Springfiel. Samuel B. .11,Feeters, farmer, Tell. Jackson McElroy, fanner, Jackson. John B. Moreland, teacher, Clay. Robert McNeal, forme', Shirley. John Morrison, farmer, Shirley. John McComb, fa t•mer, Union. James S. also, farmer, Jackson. John Owens, J. P., Warriorsmark. George Price, farmer, Clay. John Rhodes, farmer, [lenders°. George Russell, Esq., farmer, Hopewell. Benjamin Rinker, farmer, Cromwell. Peter Swoop., gentleman, Huntingdon. John Smith. of Geo., farmer, Barre. George Spranker, tanner, Porter. John L. '1 rtivis, fanner, Franklin. Miller Wallace, carpenter, Brady. George Wagoner, carpenter, Dublin. • George Walters, machinist, Morris. Elias B. Wilson, J. R., Caesville. £SMIGNEE'S NOTIOIL MOTICE is hereby given to all persona inter. H ested that VALENTINE CROUSE, of CiISBVIIIO on the 12th day of March inst., made and de livered to the subscribers a deed of Voluntary Assignment of all his estate and effects for the benefit of Ins creditors. All persons holding claims against said Viol. entine Crouse will present them properly au. thentieated for settlement, and all persons in debted to said Valentine Croat., by note or book account or otherwise will make immediate payment to the subscribers who reside in Cass. ville, Huntingdon Co., Pa. JOHN S. GE BRETT, l " iv ... N. CORBIN, Mar.24,'67.4t. AGRICULTURAL tiOCIETT. A regular stated meeting of the Huntingdon County &clay will be held in the Court House in the Borough of Huntingdon, on Wednesday evening of the first week of the April Court, (14th inst.,) at 9 o'clock. By order of the Executive Committee. lip liclhvirr, T. P. Rows, r ri NEW LAW BOOKt JUST PUBLISHED UY KAY & .BROTHER, - LAW BOOKSELIARSi PUBLISHERS, • AND IMPORTERS, 19 SOUTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. PRICE ON LIMITATIONS AND LIENS.— Of the Limitation Action: and of Liens a gainst Real Estate in Penneylvaoia. By Eta R. PRICE L E.Q. FROM THE HON. HORACE ihnnev.-."The de sign of it is excellent, and its uses ore manifold It must conduce to bring the law on these beads into better shone, by exhibitidg it in its aggre gate, and thus showing the bearing of its parts upon each other. It must also rotnote the fin ish and completeness of Conveyanclug, which though vastly advanced beyond mina it was fifty years ego, is still incomplete." ALSO, BRIGHTLY'S UNITED STATES DIGEST. , An Analytic Digest of the Lows of the Uni tee. States, from the Adoption or the Consti tution to the end of the XXXIV Congress, 1789-1857. By FREDERICK C. BRIGHTLY, Eno., editor of "Purdah's Digest," she. eke.- 1 vol. imperial Bvo, pp. 1142. Price only $6. FROM THE Now. R. It TANEY, CHIEF leo- TICE OF TICE UNITED STATES.—"I[ is a work of much value, and well executed. The heads under which the different Acts of Congress are arranged are well chosen and appropriate t and what is still mute important, the Index so fur as I tave been able to examine it, is complete. The book has evidently hem prepared with much care and judgment, and will, I daunt not, be very acceptable vs the public. RECENTLY Psumstigo, DUNLAP'e BOOK OF FORMS, 4th and Re vised Edition. LINN'S AN.‘LrricAL INDEX to the Penn sylvania Reports, IN PREPARATION, ROURAT & lIALY'S PRAt , TICE. 4th and Revised Edition. By M. 11.... L Ti./5011, ESQ. March 10, 1858.-2m.* BEGISTERIS 80111 C% \\NOTICE IS II ERE; BY GIVEN TO A LI. 1.11 persons interested that the tollowing hauled persons have settled their accounts in the Hog• intern Office at Huntingdon, nod that the said areounts will be presented for confirmation and allowance, at an Orphans' Court to be held at Huntingdon, in and fur the County of Hunting. don, on Wednesday the 14th any of April next, to wit: I, George W. Owens. Administrator of Oa es tate of Thomas M. Owens, late of the borough of Birmingham, dertd. 2. Account of Wm. M. Jackson and Robert A. Mt-Burnie, Esq., Administrators of Thomas Jitekson, late ot Blair county, deed., who was the surviving Assignee of Jonathan Leslie. of limititighlon county. having sat civet! .las Isntrt kvtt. Etl...letdrl., and Jan. SI. Bell, Co-inchignee who iv., discharged by the Court. 3. Final lie..ollllt of Win. S. Lyons, Esq.. Admintstrator uf Thus. Lave, Miner Tell town ship, 4. James Cree, Guardian of J. Ellidt Walker, sou of James Walker, late of Dublin township, deed. 5. Final account of James Relic and Jainism' Kelly, Executors of Nathaniel Kelly. win) was Executor of the last will and testament of DA. yid Bowman, late of Dublin twp., dee'd. and Testamentary Guardian of the minor children la the said David Bowman, deed. 6. Account at Joon Rung, Guardian of Reu ben Lightner. son of hoary Lightner, late of West twp., dee'd. 7. John Scutt, Guardian of Dtivid, Catharine. and Elizabeth Courier, minor children of Philip Courier. 8. Jolts S. Miller, Administrator of the estate of Isabella MeMonigal. late of Barrett twp., dZe'd. 9. Account of Dead H. Campbell, Executor of the last will and teittnneut of Isaac Climer, late of Penn me., dec'.l. 10. Samuel Bell, Administrator of the estate of Willielmiuta Ilays„ late of Shirley twp„, deed. Burnet. Early, Administrator of the es tate of 5t12111 . 1111101 Smoker, late 01 Brady twp., dee'd. 12. Win. ...I:Lye., Executor of the last will and testament of 11.,. Thus. Askins, latent' Shirley...tug, dee 13. Wm. S. Lyons, and John •MOrtison, Esqs., Executors of the last will and testament of Lieu. Askins, lute of Shirleysburg borough. (We'd. 14. Daniel Teague, Esq., Administrator of the estate of John Appelby, late of Dublin twp., I deth'd. HENRY GLAZIER, RegiBter'B (y/ice. t Mtntingdon,ifar. 12 1837. I JOAN STONE & SONS, 805 Chestnut steet above eighth, ( Lute qt .No. 43 South Second Street) iPIIII.4ItTAITMLI)I, SPRING IMPORTATION OF SILK MILINERY QUODS. CONHIPITING IN PART ov FANCY BONNE l' AND CAP RIBBONS. SATIN AND TAFFETAS RIBBONS, CROS DE NAPLES, (Glace nod Plain,) MARCELINES AND FLORENCES,, BLACK MODES, FRENCH CRAPES, BLACK AND COLORED VELVETS, ENGLISH CRAPEA, BONNET SATINS, TARLATANNES, MALINE AND ILLUSION LACES. Ere ALSO, A FULL ASSORTSIKNT OP FRENCH AND AMERICAN FLOWERS. As the above oonsist mostly or oar own on portation, we are enabled to offer then) oil fa• vocable terms, March Inth, 1808.-21 n. Estate qf Jamb Pall. dee'd. Administrator's Notice. Nlt'l Dir. to hereby 4iren that Letters of Administration on the estate ut Jacob Putt, Into of Hopewell township, dre'd have been granted to the undersigned. All persons Indebted to said estate, a e requested to itnme• hate payment, and those having -Mims against the same will present them duly authenticated fur settlement, to DAVID MOUNTAIN, Admr. Hopewell tp. Match to. '5B. PREMIUMS AB . A R ED B 0 I , 1 E AT I.AIE TAM, FOR THE BE Wl' [ASIA ralinU rtunTin. (ESTATE Ott MARY WALKER. DEC'D.) MIN ISTRATORN NOTICE. : CASIVILLE SEMINARY, NII4:E IS HEREBY GIVEN , that letters [From the Missouri Democrat.] or administration on the estate of Mary WOOD'S HAIR DYE.—Thie admirable ar- M. MoN. Walsh. Principal. Walker, late or Dublin township, dee'd., have ticle in rapidly improving the hair. No article . This school for young ladies and gentlemen been granted to the undersigned. all persons in- or a similar kind, now before the public, enjoys ' • is probably , the cheapest one of the kind in the &hied to said estate are repeated to make im- a better reputation as a restorative and invtgo country. the expenses per year for board, mediate PaYtnent , and thew' baring daffy' , a- rating hair tonic. Its peculiar chemical qua s i- -, furniture , . fuel . . gainer the same will present them duly authenti- ties !MVO a beneficial eftect upon the growth and room rent, sated for settlement to DAVID WELCH. ' character of the hair, giving a silky and glossy English a•fe only $BB. Burnt Cabins, March 19, 1858.-tit. • ! texture to that which wad formerly of a emirs. Piano .Music is only $5 per quarter. All and dry nature. It has, also, we understand, a the languages and the o.llnamentals are proPor• (Es.. OP SUSANNAH WALKER, DEC'..) tendency to preserve the youthful color and ap- tionally cheap. For other information address AD INISTR , TOWS NOTICE. penrance of the hair, and destroying or counter- John 1). Walsh, Cassville, Huntingdon Co., Pa. wroTicE I$ HEREBY GIVEN, that letters acting the effects of old age. With such recoup. I The next quarter commences Monday, Jan. 18th. 1838. 11 of administration on the estate of Pummel' mendations in its favor, we hardly perceive how I nay , Walker, lute of Dublin townshi , dee'd., have any lady or Rendamen should he without so val. 1 J aii. l3 tir . . . been granted to the undersigned. all persons in- liable an adjunct to their toilet . -- clebted to said estate are requested to make im• 0.3. WOOD & Co., Proprietors, 311 Broadway [ 111LANILL..Always bay yout Blanks at the mediate ayment, and those having claims a. N. Y., & 114 Market st. St . Louis, Missouri. ~J ournal onjee,ff W e have now p re p are d a y e pima theta.. will present them duly nutheati- Sold in Huntingdon by Lux "Nap, and 11. ,ry soperiorarticle of BLANK DEEDS, BONDS, sated for settlement to DAVID WELCH. MoMablolLL, and by Drufirvie everywhere. :J HI )GMENT NOTES, SUMMONS', EXECH• !two ClAlev, Myr" 10, 11*,..., I*. to, 1111111.-6 m. ihrr.llllol7.-17. Tle 14.15/e. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. Nance. tiltA JOURNEYMAN &MIX AND . HARNESS—MAKER, in want of em• ployment, can hear of a favorable eit• uni inn by applying at, this office. Feb.l7. rojito PURE litganilltANDY. Having received the sole agency of A. F Hazard & Co.. Druggists, Philade., for the male. or the Brandy fur Huntingdon county, we conm fidently offer it to the public as a pure and an. adulterated article an the following certificate will prove. Chemieul Inspector's Office, 28 Sixth St., between Walnut and Vine, Cincinnati, March, 1857, This will certify that I have this day insp.- Led two separate lots of Catawba Brandy, one in Barrels and one in Bottle, manufactured by Louritze Lyons, and sold by his Sole Agent, J. Jacob, at the Depot. No. 99 opposite the Bur net House, and 143 West Third Street, Cincin nati, and find them both pure and free from all fn,onous or deleterious drugs. and as such haw/ marked the same, as the law directs. Gi• nen under my hand at my office. [signed.] HIRAM COX, M. 1)., Inspector of Alcholic Liquors, &c. New Turk, Jay 28, 1857. i Pear Sir :—I have received a bottle of Lyons' Pero Ohio Catawba Brandy, furnished by Mr. A. Holston. Jr., of Lockport, N. Y., for anal) , zation, and I find it to contain only 1110,1 C in mmdients which exist in pure Brandy. The proportion rd Alcohol obtained from it is 47.00. believe this sample to be pure Brandy with out adulteration—the flavor of it is delicate and peculiar. JAMES It. Clin.roN,M. D., The 01110 CATAWBA. BRANDY not coly .111111, but even excels the beat imported Bram in purity and flavor. It is in fact the lirserly known. This statement is fully euirroluorated by the certificates of many of our ' mom distinguished analytical Chemists, some of which accompany this circular. The want of PURE BRANDY has long been felt in this country, and the introduction of an article of such quality as to . superstude the sale fool use of those vile compounds hith• eel" sold under the name of Brandy, can only b.• regarded as a great public good. The Ca. tawha Brandy possesses 1111 the good qualities emitned for the best Imported Liquor, and is of perlect purity awl superior flavor. It is there• tore fully entitled to the patronage of the puh• he. We feel confident that its reception in Slate will be as that which it has met with is the forest West, and that the time is not far distant, when the superiority of our own Li • quoits will put ..d to their importation from abroad. In Medicinal purposes this Brandy has no rival, and has, long been needed. grit is a Sovereign and Sore Remedy for Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Low Spirits, Languor, General Debility, 1te...832 ALSO FOR SALE, Eshelbrs Celebrated Still and Sparkling Champagne. The. Wines are made in the neighborhood ol Cincinnati. and are guarantied to be the pure juice of the Grape, and are eminently cal. ciliated Mr invalids, and persons who require a gentle stimulant, anti Mr Sacratnental purposes as a beverage will be found equal, if not 8. perior. to the best- imported. • Hotel! Price. for Brandy. and Wines, $1,25 per Quart Bottle. air A liberal discount made to the trade—Mt Address JOHN HEAD, Druggist. FA. I 7.'58,3m. PROFESSOR 0. J. WOOD'S BA H RES'IUIiADIVE, PRODUCING HAIR ON BALI) HEADS, Grey Hair to its Natural Color. Tido astonishing and unequalled preparation has never thilmf to produce a growth on Bahl Heads, when used according to the direction, and torn hair back to its original color, after having become gray, and reinstate it in all its original health, bistro, softneSs and beauty. Re move' at once all scurf, dandruff and unpleasant itching. scrofula, eruptions and feverish heat from the scalp. It also prevents the hair Irate becoming unhealthy and falling off, and hence acts as a perfect HAM INVIDORATOII AND TO NIC. A gentleman of Boston writes to his friend in New Bedford thus: re your inquiries I would reply, that when I first commenced to use Professor Wood's flair Restorative, my hair was almost white, and had heun so tar the last ten years and it was very Otis 011 the top of my head, and very tome, and pulled out very freely; but I fitund that helbre I had used all the second bottle, (which was right weeks) toy hair was entirely elainged to its original color, light brown, and is now free from dso.drulf and quite moist. I have had my hair vat live or six tones sines the change, and have never seen anything like white hair start ing from the roots ; and it is now as thick as it ever Was, and does not come out all. It has provost in my case all that I could wish to ask. July I, 1855. Yours, e [From the Boston Honda.] SOMETII . INO WORTH KNOWING.-"LBy using Pro lessor Wad's Hair ltestoraiive, gray hair con be permanently restored to its original color. The subjoined certificate from Johnson & Stone Gardiner. Maine. is but one of the many in stances that are daily coming to our knowledge, of its wonderful effects. GAR TEM, Maine, June 22, Uip. DI . Sin 'MVO used two bottles of Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative, and can truly say it is the greatest discovery of the age for restoring and changing the hair. Before using it, I was a nom of seventy. My hair has 1101 N attained its o.lginal color, Yon can recommend it to the world without the least fear, as my ease was one of the woo. kind. Yours, respectfully, DANIEL N. MURPHY. Professor 0. J. Wood. BROOKFIELD, Massachusetts, Jan. 12,1255. DEAR Slit :—Having made a trial or your Hair Restorative, it gives me pleasure to say that its ctlifet has been excellent in removing in flammation. dandruff, and a constant itching !militancy. wit which I hove been troubled Ic childhood ; and h. 11180 restored my hair ,which melPI becoming grey, to its original color)„ have need no other article with anything like the pleasure and profit. Yours truly, J. K. BRAGG, Pastor of the Orthodox Church, Brookfield, Professor Wood. MIstII.I.ANEOINADVERTISEMENTs. + To Vilirchants anaVifhirfs. —, • 111 . ' 1) PLASTER can he had at the I itotoi,,ho. Flour and ['Neter Mille. in any de •lr Ode illoaritity, on and after the let day of ,lareli. 1858. We deliver it eaten OP CHARGE on Hic rut, at the decide of the Pennsylvania and Broad Top Railroad, FISHER & McMURTRIE. Feh.24.'57. SAVING FUND, rIVE PER CENT INTEREST NATIONAL SAFETY "'RUST CO. WALNUT STREET, ROOTH-WEST CORNER OP THIRD, [PTIELADLCVPMI2. Incorporated by the kale of Pennsylvania. MONEY IS RECEIVED IN ANY SUM, large or small, and interest paid from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal. The office is open every day from 9 o'clock in the morning till 5 o'clock in the afternuon, and on Monday and Thursday evenings till 8 o'clock. 110 N. HENRY L. BENNER, President, ROBERT SE LE' RIDG E, Vice President, WM. J. REED, So:reit:l,l. DIRECTORS: lion. Henry L. Benner, F. Carroll Brewster, Edward L. Carter, Joseph B. Barry, Robert L. Selfridge, Francis Lee, , Semi. K. Ashton, Joseph Yerkes, C. Landreth Manus, Henry Dietlenderfil•r, Money is received and payments made daily without todiee. The investments are made in Real Estate Mortgages, Ground Rents, and such cl ass se• curities as the Charter requires. Feb.24,'57. STAGE LINE Chemist. FROM Chambersburg to Mt, Union „ . The undersigned assure that a suspensionof the line of Stages over the road between Chambersburg and Mt, Union. cannot be but disadrantageous to a large ,ection of the coun try, lots, at a considerable expense and trouble made arrangements to run a line of Stages Tri-weekly between the two points Good Horses mid comfortable Stages have been pla ced on the route, and experienced and trusty drivers will superintend the running of the Coaches. The proprietor of the tine is distract that it he maintained, and he therefore calls upon the public generally to patronize it. confi dent that it will lee for their mutual advantage. Every attention necessary will be given, and the running of the Stages will be regular. Isr Stages leave Mt. Union, every Tuesday Thursday, and Saturday evenings, arriving at Cha-nbersburg the next day at 2 o'clock. Re turning, leave Chambershurg, the same night at to O'clock, arriving at Mt. Union the next eveaing in time for the cars. Between Mt, Un ' ion rind Shade Gap the line will lee daily. Fare through $3; to intermediate points in proportion. JOHN JAMISON. Jan. 20th, 1858.—tf. New Card-Press. liaving bought afast -GARD PRESS," 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 can print them cheaper—if not done well we make no charge at all. We ask your pa tronage. 0001( STOVE (al • - A SPLENDID NEW COOK STOVE for sale at tub office; it is ehleulated to burn wood or coal. TO INVALIDS..gt, Dr. Ilardman, Analytical Physician. Physician for Diseases of the Lungs, Throat and Henn—Formerly Physician to the CINCINNATI MARINE HOSPITAL, also to INVALIDS RETREAT, Author of "Lotto's a Invalids," IS COMING. See following; Card April_ Appointments - - - Dr. Hardman, Physician for disease of the Lnnps, (formerly Physician to Cincinnati Ma rine Hospital,) will be in attendance nt his rooms as follows t Huntingdon, Jackson's Hotel, Monday, Apr. 19. Lewistown, National Hotel, 20. Hollidaysburg, Excnauge Hotel, Dr. Hardman treats Consumption. Bronchi tis, Asthma, Larryngittis and all diseases of the throat end longs, by medical Inhalation, lately used in the Bromton Hospital, London. The great point in the treatment of all h man mala dies is to get at the disease in the direct man ner, All medicines are estimated by their ac tion upon the I rgan 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. lithe lunge are diseased, breathe or inhale medicated va pors directly into the lungs. Medicines are the antidotes to disease and should he applied to the very seat of disease. Inhalation is the ap plication of this principle to the treatment of the lungs, for it gives us direct access to those intricate air cells and• tubes which lie out of reach of every other means of administering tnedicines. The reason that Consumption, and other diseases of the lungs, have heretofore re sisted all treatment has been because they had never been approached in a direct manner by medicine. They were intended to act upon the lungs and yet were applied to the stomach.— Their action was intended to be local, and yet, they were so administered that they should not net constistotionally, expending immediate and principal action upon the unottending stomach, whilst the foul ulcers within the lunge were un molested. Inhalation brings the medicine in direct contact with the disease, without the disadvantage of any violent action. Its appli cation is simple, that it can be employed by the youngest infant or feeblest invalid. It does not derange the stomach, or interfere in the least de gree with the strength, comfort. or business of the patient. ()THEM D16.5E8 TIIEATEI/.—Lt relation to the following dis eases, either when compli cated with lung affections existing atone, I also invite consultation. I usually find them prompt ly curable. Prolupsus and all other (brine of Female com plaints, irregularities and Weakness. Palpitation and all other forms of Heart Disease, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, and all other disease. of Stomach and bowels, &c. All diseases of the eye and ear. Neuralgia, Epilepsy and all forms of nervous disease.— No charge fur consultation. S. 1). HARDMAN. M. 1). June 3, 1857. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. ' CAW/11U SEMINARY. Only $19.5 0 per Quarter. THE NEW I'ACULTV. M. ma: WAL~H. Principal. Professor of Languages and Philosophy. Herr Karl Bockenheim, Pio/. of German Lontritag* Literature. M. Eugene Chiraut, Pro/eabo.• of F ,nch and Piano Murie. James 11'. Hughes, Pqe.sor of Mathematics, etc. Mrs. M. MeN. Walsh, P 'l,y/dress. ciun Painting, Baking, History eve. Miss E. Faulkner, .Monochromatic, Painting, Drawing, etc. Miss Anna M. Gray, Piano Music and French. Miss Jennie M. Walsh, Primary Eng lish, Tnus SCHOOL HAS LATELY PASSED into new hands, and the prevent owners are determined to make it a first class 'whit. tine. The majority of the new faculty are al. ready on hand, and student. will be received as goon us they wish to come. Young If;dies otel gentlemen intending to go to school will do well to write to us before con. eluding to go elsewhere. There is no cheaper, and we be(iere there rill be no better school now than ours. • Both sexes ore received, 01l branches taught and students can enter at any time. For further information, sundress JOHN 1). WALSH% Casaville, Huntingdon Co, December 9, 1857.4. TOTC:VT'ICM. We request those of our subscribers who re• eive their papers,to infirm.us of those in their immediate neighborhoods who are subscribers to the "Journal," and have failed to receive the same, since the stealing of our pack•book, ht ruffians on the 3d of February. 11101193P2 INDIAN ROOT PILLS . DR. MORSE, the inventor of MORSE'S IN. u DIAN ROOT PILLS, has spent the grea ter part of his lite in travelling, having visited Europe, Asia, and Africa, as well as North America--has spent three years among the In• diens of our Western country—it was in this way that the Indian Root Pills were first dis. covered. Dr. Morse was the first man to es• talslish the fact that all diseases arise from Im purity of the Blood—that our strength, health and life depended upon this vital fluid. When the various passages become clogged, and do not act in perfect harmony with the feres.l 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 exhaust. Led, our health we are deprived of, and if na ture is not assisted in throwing off the stag• mint humors, the blood will heroine choked and cease t,o set, and thus our light of life will forever be blown out. How important then that we should keep the various passages of the body free qnd opess. And how pleasant to us that we have it in our power to put a medi cine in your reach, namely. Morse's Indian Root Pills, manufactured from plants and roots. 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• Fens the pores of the skin, and assists Nature to throwing out the finer parts of the corrup tion within. The second is a plant which is an Expectorant. that opens and unclogs the passage to the lungs, and thus, in a soothing manner, performs its duty by throwing off phlegm. and other humors from the lungs by copious spitting. The third is a Diuretic, which gives ease and double strength to the kidneys; thus encouraged, they draw large a— mounts of impurity from the blood, which is then thrown ont bountifully by the urinary or miter passage, and which could n• t have been discharged its any other way. The fourth is a Cathartic, and aceeinpanies 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 off in great (pun titles by the bowels. From the above, it is shown that Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills not only enter the stomach. but heroine united with the blood, for they find way to every part, and completely rcpt 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. nese and pain is driven from the system, for they MOW, remain when the body becomes HO pure and clear. The reason 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 Immoral passages for the disease to be cast out hence. a large quantity of food and other mat ter is lodged, and the stomach .d intestines are literally overflowing with time corrupted mass; thus undergoing disagreeable fermenta tion, constantly mixing with the blood, which throws the corrupted matter through every vein end artery, until life is taken frosts this body by disease. Dr. Morse's Pills have ad ded.to themselves victory upon victory, by m etering millions of the sick to blooming health and happiness. Yes, thousands who have beets racked or tormented with sickness, pain and anguish, and whose feeble frames have een 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 sine wonderful medicine, Morse's Indian Root Pills. After one or two dose,: had been taken, they were astonished, and ab solutely surprised, its witnessing their charm ing effects. Not only do they give immedi ate case 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 blood. Therefore, it will be shown, °spec billy by those who use these Pills, that they will so cleanse and 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 cheesh and brigbtets your days. CAUTION.—Beware of a counterfeit sign• ed A. 11. Moore. All genuine have the name of A. .1. WHITE St CO ,on each box. Also the signature of A. J. While & Co. All oth er"r"111?;11T A. . ESc CO., Sole Proprietors, 50 Leonard Street, New York. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Villa are sold be 11l dealers in Medicines sir Agelitel wanted in every town, village and hamlet iii the laud. Parties desiring the agency will address as above for terms. air Price 25 cents per box. five boxes will be sent on receipt of $l, postage paid. JOHN READ, Agent Huntingdon, Pa. December '6'57:-6m, WANTED! WHOAT T.\ trultN %tinted at this office. Those having either can dispose et this moo by milling noon .