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_somas Partner, 400
Jacob Hiltzheitner, 416
George Steever, 400
Hillary Baker, 413
Thomas Russell, 400
Thomas Ralston, 400
David Ralston, 400
Ephraim Jones, 400
Jonathan Priestly, 437 65
Robert Johnston, 400
Charles Caldwell, 400
James Dense, 422 115
Henry Conan, 400
Jolts Adams, 400
Henry West, 400
Alexander Johnston, 400
Hugh Johnston, 400
Thomas McCune, 400
Jobs Russell, 400
John Ralston, 400
James West, 400
Samuel Steel, 400
'Wm. Steel, 400
'amuel Conan, 420 24
Alm sham Deane, 395 69
Samuel Marshall, 400
Hobert Caldwell, 400
Jolts Fulton, 400
John Galbraith, 400
a oseph McCune, 400
George Wier, 400
Morris Townsh ip.
Hobert G. Stewart, '23
'Disko Sltoemaker, 100 12 00
. r itobert Young, 353 2 83
John Kerr, 100 14 91
[John Jackson, 1291 5 84
Joseph Miller, 210 . 79
Jane Sells, 402 2 00
Peter Shafer, 397 3 00
Math Green, 400 , 3 00
Henry Green, 277 2 06
Eleazer Wa!lusters, .14; ' 60 69
Win. Smith, 402 18 09
Mary Kennedy & Hugh
Coen, 219 9 56
John S. Isett, 294 8 81
James McMillin, 456 04 1 71
Peter Wertz, • 411 80 154
Benjamin Brown, 210 120 2 14
Daniel Shindle, 3;5 . 1 41
`3atnuel Kennedy, 114.4 2 1.5
w. & .1, Patterson, 175 35
Nathan Ord, 420 102 01 :10
J. Ord, (part in ltublin) .150 1 31
Samuel Caldwell, 0 14
Stacy Young, ' •111 150 207
Simon Potter, :151 1::9
John Pease, •111 lii
Adam Clow, Ci I 30
George Truman, :195 11:1
John Caldwell, :111 31
Wm. Anderson, 13))
Jacob Cromwell, 107
do. do. 01)
d o . do. 30
Wm. Spring, 400
Benjamin l'rice, (part) 200;
I leery Alexander, 400
Daniel Newcomer, 190
Stunl. llarhly & Win. W.
do. do. • 100
Isnot: Huston, 400 94
Nutley Davis, 409
liettry Roads, • 53
Cook & Elder, 1:1:1
John Singer, 4:10 •
A. S. Russell, 70
\\•nt. Sheol]; 439
Philip Wager, 333
Benjamin Rush, 400
Philip Stein, . 400
Jonathon Jones 190
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()Well .IvitiM, 4011
'Phonies 1..M0t077, :171 , I , , I . ; ;,,. 1 1 , ~.. `. :: : 1, .: i :
••• .., , :„ , ,„ : : , •,,: • !, ! ~..• .1, 1, misealltd Banks, the
Dr. S. Mowitn, 456 1.77._:, e.i i,, ,7. ~ ~„ . , 7., ~, .7 „,I
~ ~. -7...,. , ~..
Richmd :11owitn, 432 12 -,, le d ,„ i i, 17 7,7 7 , . 7 ,„, ~ , i „ ,i,,,,. ite Gatll7 itelialtle Eltporter,
Wm. Nlowan, 418 7 ,• 71,ii , :it et the bile„ !u_ lint class
Itl:iel 111's.t 17s
James lowitil, 336
.„ Nt.w I tqi.-1/ititiel Drew, Booker; Morris
lmtic Moen., 39.1 '' • ” 1 ''''• ‘; ';' ' '', '• , ''' ! ; '''''''', r ''' ; '' liet: Mom Mai ine Bank. I', S. Life Insurance
Thomas Mowan; 1198 I ' '.7 "7 , '' 7, 7 1 ' ' '7' '' - i" , '. '" ' 7 •'•'' ""'''' Cmeemis, .I. Nine. Siecretors:, 110 ward Fire
Francis Mowan, 448 ;•• •'; - !" 1 - , . •;,'• ''''''' 1 " I" , ' '!"'•1 '',shin;! Insuronee Company—,l. T. Skidmore. Tres,
Sully Chambers, ' 431 1,1 ~,11 iiosstions :is ; C.deli li. Doh:teed, Pres. Mmtli.tuan Batik;
Robert Chambers, 455 1 I .1 , 1 A Child Might Ask, Ai:,,iii,,,t., Life Insurance Company, C. Y.
Nancy Chambers, 360 12 ''' I 1 iiil thoustilids of educated peopli., however W ' '"l''' , '''''''',' irkel "'"'" . 7 ' l an'' , G. D. An
:innate' Chambers, 105 I° 99 I a .11 •1•to1.. h LI 1* t ••,,, 1 ,,,, geli, Cashier; ileti. Field, Costlier Williams-
James Chambers, 400 13
in , i iiiii in . .. i
~ ii le as s, not.,il not 1 wirui , ( ~t , 8. ,,,
' Prel"lredi ' 6 wkw exact w Oll,l , I ,,, L`'''' l Y ''' N. 11.—We luy a: our °Gm all money at
Bobo. Callender's heir., 50 I 1:11 • • r : t i
1 i xpimit. al . It W 00,30010 12 ino volume, iiii , in.,(,„ quoted in the i ,.. ii . e . ii . i ., we mien
John Musser, 400 I - 1 . 7 , i 111•111 . 11,11•1 . 1: WWI rat ed with engravings. PRICE rev ,Istria' ;mewl,. to the purchase itilll sale
Italica Irvin, 347 12 _9! ()NE Imi.l.mt. Conies iiihil,,l to any ad. a ' LAND W Allll NTs.
Neal Clark, (now Antos) 150 ' .. 5 j dress in the United States free of posisge 'l ; A. ND:DM-IS & Co.. thinkers.
Barndollur & Everhart, Ni. 'Ni Wall Strut, New lock City.
(Anderson IS., 1101101 ) 100 .9 1 , 5 , i NEW STORM!! NEW GOODS!! i A pr . 77, iO9 : -3,„.
John I'. Baker, 150 9 30 i 0
J. S. Stewart. 15 3 231 FISHER h. itleM 11'111111 i TO BE GIVEN AWAIT !
lartiti .liellitol, 27 :17 1 1- 1 . nirmerly known on •"SAx•rox's" take !ilea- j !
All of the Splendid
Jonathan Pew, 100 7 lit, l sure in antionneing to their many friend, that
John Philips, :190 ;27 3.1 I they have reeeived anew :mil welt-ss:,101 Ott. PAINTItOS
0„,.,,,8„et,„„, :ill .) i .is i stock of (limas, which flies feel confident will . , ~ ,
..a .0 , .. . , , , , , •, ,• ,
David Lapsley, 353 ...„ ! sititsly the uenutints oi Mt! ',wile. it!, will prove i
Ioho Chilmbers, 400 i i ,„ s ,'''„,`' unexceptionable In STYLI,. :Mil ,i• ALIT, 1 BEEZATII raDos,./z maramale.
,—„ s,; - ; I Ths line of Dress Goods ends a, s No. 6IS 11110 tOW AV.
Joseph Brown, 175 l. '. ROBES A QUILLE IN ORGAN DI ES, :
Matthew Atkinson, 400 7 60 LAWNS, PERCALES, &e. CIIAISS, TO B 4:
ltezen Davis, 400 18 (I BERAGES, BRILLIANTS, A LI, WOOL (_ ; l ' I\, i . N,.
\;' A 1.
James (Viler, 4011 18 00 DE LAMES. CRAVELLA /loilAllt,
Samuel Cornelius, 395 8 12 53 DAN ÜBIAN, TA MPS E. AN It I, iiittilt, A- The :
litrs ill this Ite.iutiful I.l,lll,Ction
.1. Dougherty it U. W. VELLA CLOTIIs, IiEBAt; C, of 1,1111.011 gs :tr., 111,ii owl.. stir it large tract of
Speer, 439 51 19 73 LusTnEs, ALPAC 0 CAS. I ' o Dint; in the thim•ishing village id Cedar
do. do. 138 40 19 75 PRINTS, GiNGILIMS, Ike. Creek, Vit., 00 miles by rallrinttl 4001 Wash-
Speer & Martin, 7ii 77 We have a One assortment of Summer Man- iligton. mill in the immediate vicinity of Ohs eel.
Eliel Smith, 152 1 22 tillas, Shawls, Dress Trimmings, Fringes, An- &witted
dunes, Ribbons, hints, Gloves, Gauntlets, 11, Sulphur. Iron and Al springs,
.Sarah Hartsocic, 406 11 07 Merv, Ladies' Collars, Hantlkerehiels, Buttons, noted 1111: their ellieoey in mu cure of Britten oil
Tempy Shaffer, 250 2 00 Floss, Sewing Silk, Whalebones for Skirts, and Cutaneous Diseases.
John Freed, 400 13 72 Reed Hoops, 131 . 10.41 do., Skirt Cord, &e. ; This Lind iiii.ii whir'' hose her, ,reefed .5
l'homas Mitehener, 150 1 2 54 20 ALso—Tickens, Osnitburg, bleached and iii,- sToNE Eldt1:11 5111,1,,y 4.5 W M I 1,1,1ii,,1
ielin Blatt, 400 12 62 'steadied Muslins at all prices, Colored and 15 Ii IV ELLIN t: S. at an expeose of from
\V,a. Blatt, 400 10 55 White Canthries, Barred and Swiss Muslims, Ssou to 95.4700 midi. ll ey now otter for sate
John Murphy. 400 15 05 Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks, Tarleton and annoy in alternate lots.
Michael Martin, 417 17 32 other articles which comprise the line of IVliite The Price of' Each Lot is $lO,
Dougherty & Schell ; 25 9 99 and Domestic Gum's.
Hamilton & Evans, 39 116 We have French Cloths, Fancy Cas,unetcs, . 1 • 1
• etc s'
for Wllleh 11 Warranty Itseil, Ilea ant. clear 01
Sattinetts,,Jeuns, Tweeds, Cottoned., Linens, "!'"'"''''""". 18 1-'i , Dl. I , 4o ll her with :m '0
Union Township. Denims and Blue 1/rills. the Di' Paintings MI EXltiltitioti, which :11 , ,
Samuel Caldwell, 300 14 10
HATS, CAPS AND BONNETS, is worth LllOl.llll paid, s usl w m
4 15 ori, .itty
John Bell, 192 102 gentleman's parlor, whilst the Lot may con
. Arthur Fee 435 109 15 78 of every varjety and style. Also ell kinds of , rain one id the Buildings above named
Robert 13e11, 204 77 485 STRAW GOODS. : Pamphlets tint:doing II AIM), and eXplainiii,. ,
more lully the motive, and object to he al timed
'Thomas Bell, 210 110 3 71 by making this apptrimt 1,1,111110 01 a 11111,111
Abraham Sal, 400 78 14 40 A pod stock of
0 1 t i r
Frederick Sal, 400 78 940 GllOl BRIES, HARD & QUEENSWARE, thishe pap poperty, eau ti t , Seen lit 0113 I.llllet, 1,1
Robert Pea, 181 78 848 BOOTS Bt SHOES. , Parties remitting by mail will receive their
Solomon Sills, 420 11 18 Wood and Willow-warc deeds by return pose, and their Pictures by
Benjamin Elliott, 37 18 3 39
• uc h ~,,,,,yi,,,,, as they 'nay direct. They
Abram Morrison, 400 78 is 69 which will sold CHEAP. will be particular in sending their orders to
Joseph Morrison, 400 78 14 41 We also deal in PLASTER, FISH ' SAL . T ' nat. the County and Slate in which tht•y re-
Von. Barriek, 200 7 2 0 and all kinds of1:311AIN, and possess thealities .
~ side, as it is necessary, for 510 to forward the
John Covenhoven, 29s 69 . 11 5 1 iu this Mandl or trade unequalled by any. . a
~., , . debt .
141111 JUL ).
Hann Morrison, 87 3 2 deliver all packages or parcels of lerithandise,
FREE OF CHARGE, at the depots of the A building loan will be made to those deli
Walker Township. Broad Top and Pennsylvania Railroads, ring it, equal to one half the cog of the build.
John Patton, 437 18 16 47 Conte ono, conic all, and lie convinced that ing to be erected.
Semi. Caldwell 100 13 05 the "111x.raoretaxs" is the place to secure Bank notos should be enclosed in prose nee
fashionable and desirable goods, disposed of at of the Post Master, in order to avoid risk.
West Township. the 'ascent rates. Address,
Mishit Shoemaker, 183 16 62 Apr.14,'58. I LUCAS, BOWEN & CO.,
Win. Miteltenor, 337 24 64 , I No. 618 &Midway, New York.
Thomas Mitchenor, 428 23 35hil?
r. John McCulloch, .
John Jackson, fici,
son, 1291 9b9 professional services to the citizens( r " ; Ni-... ...M... " . " T " T . "Uri: ..t.
ALSO. , Huntingdon and vicinity. Office, on Hill st.,
The following real estate upon which person. between Montgomery and Bath.
al property enough cannot be found eullicient 11 'l'ltingilim ' Aug. 09. 1855.
to pay the taxes, returned by the several col. T AmEs COLLARS, newo.l styles in meat P l ' llll l' Wi 111 " 1 .1 tro y ,,
lectors, is charged with the charged with the LA variety at the m i .,,,,,,, i . 0 ,,, T ,,,,, Winchester, Vit.
taxes thereon assessed for the years 1856 nod E. R. L'Ainereau. Attorney at Law, 178
1056, will be sold as unseated lands ' in pursu• pluc KS IN GLOVES & miirrs elm, Wall street, New York,
once of the directions of the forty.flrst section " 1). P. GWIN'S Apr. 7,'58:-3m,
of the act of Assembly. entitled “an act to re• SiPRING SHAWLS and Mantillas of every
duce the State Debt; and to incorporate the style at the METROPOLITAN.
Pennsylvania Canal and Railroad Company," i iACKEREL of MI Nos., Herring, Ste., enn
approved the 211th of April, 1844 t he had of the best quality, he Calling on
Wm. Buehanan's Estate,.269
Jas. Russ' Estate, 90
Jas. Drake's Estate, 10
Wise & Buchanan, 10
Fisher & MeNlartrio, 240
Porter Wilson, 14
Eliza Boise, 41
Wilson & Mifflin, 50
John Henry, • 100
,T. MnrshnWs Heirs, 8
Robert. Ramsey, 82
Henderson J. Wharton, 100
Jesse Conies. 370
A, Lane's heirs et al 448
Patterson's Heirs, 150
Walker Township.l will Ink° the most unni.tiiitgoalde horse in
America . end fifteen minutes will mi.ke him
El. B. Pike & J.Ourdner 1100 1 :13 H e flown, anti will ktiitlle Min every wuv, oven
put Ili. , betwe Ins hind ten ;
d mid in one
BIJRDER'S HISTORY OF ALL
RELIGIONS, with Accounts of the Cureinie thin instead of defiance on his master, nod soon
nies and ettstotm, or the Forms of Worship oil , litllaty hint anyw ore
of the several Nations of the World. With By this process, be is completely broken of
i „ lor g e diti°°'' by Joel , rker' 1) * "; j b :; " t y 1 1 :114 " f ' Ute a f t i h r " u r in ci L?:1
—l'm'''. i n one octavo vo l ume, I es have been sacrificed to vi
over 700 pages, and illustrated with hand. „,, ie
some Engravings. Price only S 3, ing is more drledeu flint' utigovernahi.. I.
`This work will he found to contain an in, 1 eurrmif this 000000 mire ve.Q 1 - .1-,•. I
partial account of the history and tleierionted to 111)1 the secret no tun ,
worship dull religious denominations. both n , 0 _1•1• • 10 110•
,to 111.101 v. 1511011 to the few hot • e
ancient tool modern. The author has hml 'hi' , "lilltrS• Intl 11110
1-toil Co II 1111 . 1 Ci :Irthia I ftimish he
o the dettoMitittliottni publietit ol•
different creeds, and gives their reliet•ois .
11,1114010 D 111 Ininie , l 10r:11,00.N, d e
that wail can )Irnetice it at and doctrines without any bins tin hi; pm,
ote _hut rite temt . injury or lita•e,
This will he the means of rendering the wort, th e saute .„, y „ e . e , p ,
useful for reference, and it should find ft 'dace or the Sallie that .tie. Itare,
in the library of every fitmily:—Chrislioe is how se hug in England tool I , ratiee ir 050.
,•biroeith, 1 01111,11 re:.peethilly saw, that I Cant. 11.1.1 Pr•
1111., 1e.1 . 8 Mlle!! hi. 1101 coat.,in the
ah,ve “0011111. 11. I/. .\
A i.r. 14;68 -Ora. Now 1•101.
LEARY k (wiz.
22-1 Nth., See'tl. ••t
lie' The above hook will he forward.-1 lice
,xpense to any perioll sending the
'rive to the Publishers. cr.:11111,3
it 29, '5B. FAMILY SEWING bIACHINES.
DIV NEW YORK,
THE REASON .1V Y L'IIESINUT ST.. PHILADELPHIA
(!nreful Collection of 8 , 1171, 7 ' h011,4111 , 18 /11 . 1 i.e., are 1:00 justly admitted
Rt1181oll:i /Or • !hilly:, Which. ihollyh to '1,42 to.. 1001 i 0 1100 tor Fatuity St.wing.
olll/ 1100 illlpelfiTily tinder. 1 . a 111,0, strotip, elo , die tile], which will
stood. ! No:r rip, evtit if every fourth stitch be out.—
By the Author oI'iINQUIRE WITHIN.' on application by letter.
Tim man whim goes out into the world. or so- :
tempts to attend properly to ]is domestic do- h 1 '
wits find howevor itinnidutitiy top-
change. 'flois volume supplies the '• Ready ItEPORTER, ISSUED FROM
Coin of Cithvfa•sittion," Astro science so. 7 , STREET NEW YORK.
for the minion. nod ionizes eve.. the neglected , the mo., and reliable wcrk of the
in ear ly feel 1111141, at 1101114. ONO OVVI'y ,
It is the cult • Repo,.
t01d.... likely to lie disc
ter 140,1i,beil in IVall ,erect. and contains a
ry ranee of the socW 011010. it " 1, 1. 1 ' 8 I• of tli
i,e atiks in the I'll - act] States nod
FICA I, IN FDRNIATION st
SI'ILIECT uh PILAU - I'ICA t , .kurs. .It rICIMI4IIIJE
deinitninitied. Niontlily %porter (with Chart and l'os-
SCIENCE MADE EASY, lilgew ,- Pidd) $1 00
" 1 IV bseriber is given a ti 2 ia ° g °
•!: •: • '" • ""
' ' • ' fliart of 'llitirty Riv i'ages.
• ••• •••, • • • • • .q . :11111 cows,. t, nnin es
• coin.: in the world.
••• •.• • • ,•••• ••• r • • • ••i, thin community, by
• . • , , : , °few min honk Note ftniiiirters
2 ., C::,!
i ii,7, $
13 07 1
3 72 SPLENDID RAG CARPET for 37i ets. per
3 yard et the cheap store of
nem n & MeNlutrnin.
4 90 . THE MODERN ART
I 'raining the most Wild, 'Vicious •
1 41 AND
As praciitol by Mr. J. 8. karey in Europe, end
2 15 by myself at N 0.65 A tli Waits St., New fork,
83 is erentiu a eomplete rcuolinimi in the manner
of training the most noble of hrnte creation. •
The public nre aware of the Mimeo, excite
-1 60 mint which now exists ie ell Europe, in cone
queue° of witnessing these astonishing effects
2 80 produced by the will of men over the horse.--
Ily this process, the wildest colt or the most vi
cious horse, of any ego. may lie sundued in at few
26 ! hours so ns to obey the slightest wort! Or 11100,1
2 00 of his master.
1 78 No nuttier how vielons or steldiorn.ll.•
4. h 6 deed just es ens,. coil T e ems ittie. uriu,iti.•
42 tion to his intelligence; and it I. .to 1.1011.: ;
to witness his high degree et inteileet HO
her the complete control of MOO , :WO tVlion
11 40 once thoroughly veined he never forgets it.
Francia H. Upton, Attorney at Law, 68
Wall street, New lork City.
PREPARED BY DR. ANEORD.
Compounded efflirely of Gums.
Is one of the best purgative and liver meal
eines now before the public, that nets on a Ca
thartic, easier, milder. and more effectual than
any titer medicine !mown. It is not only a Ca
thartie, but a Liens remedy, acting first on the
Liver to eject it. morbid, then on the stomach
and bowels to curry on' that matter. thus !cram
plishin_ two purposes effectually. without any of
the painful realign ex_perieneal in t he operation
of mont Clitharties. It stregthens the system at
the same time that it purges it , and when taken
daily in moderate doses, will .trenglittin and
build itttp with unusual rapidity.
The Liver i. one MI.; the principal regula
tors or the human bor tie ; and when it per
holm its 1 . 1111( 4 11011S Well 0 the powers of the m.) ,-
tom are tally develop-4i ed. The idomach in
almost entirely dcpen- 1 01 dent on the healthy
av:hlu or the i.iver for ..,,, the proper pertorto
al,l. 4,1 11,4 1 . 1141.14,11, I. Whys the soim:ich is
al Vasa. the lu,Wel, 441 , 4 41, 4111 . 41111 t 1,1141 1114 4 Wlelle
•'. ,1,111 ,;1111.1, I•toll
1,1,1 . 11,110,
VW' i s.isesoes
proprietors luu 11111.11
01 more mail twin
derent.sensentss to whits
preYe that titi
Cistes,laiot so itey el 0
It hot lle e•shtsis..llol
Ti.e , gunk messy
Matter r... •ysts,l
pl..ee st heal lly Ilse
this stisteJeli, rnttsiu
purifying she bitted, gi
to the tvliole in:whle
or the Insole., Mill el
one dose sintsr eht
lieve the :stuns:telt an,
r. 5 .01, awl stwing.
0",...e.1 to 11.1 ii. doty.
111,1111111 W 111 lllil
•Cle ti illS ,11.1 y. to a pro.,
'y yoar,. Ix 111111 , Pine
foi tinienict the teeny
rll g fit i< 11:11110.
remedy at lit. 4
trolOol.i with Liver
ha , hut to try
ra , ,rhid or '3,1(1
•filwly,n, 111 their
1 .1 1. 4e , t wOll,
tupe am! health
11 r tre , •tin4 a radieit; Curt . .
it• it, 117 solliieieut to re
ii the Weil froin
It liwt. wild...
.• nr.171., eitre , l, itt!.l Ivlint. is
...,..,.. ~ '.. .1, , .. . the neensionitl use tit .
f) .‘ ~. .• ..• t, , ti liefure retiring
~,, ....• • ''.l . 7• viii, .• ~..4
, .. .. , . • ~::;•.., ,; 1,i,;1t, loosens the
1),,.• 110•0 taken :111, each meal will cure I)ys
Cr,' nue dope of two teaspoonfuls will almays
o,ore Sick Headache.
()Ile bottle taken for female 01..1111(.6ml re
,ee. the eau., of the di , eose, and makes a
r eat ,ere.
(!aly one dose immediately Cholic
I too (10, often repeated k a sure rare fur
('baler, Morlitts, anti a preventive of rl,olent.
C z i , , — triay one 1,,tt1, in needed to throw out of
thu :;•stett. thu ell'eets of medicine after a long
GT One bottle, taken for Jaundice removes
all .llowness or tinnatnral color from the skin.
One dose taken a short time before eating
give 4 rigor to the appetite, and makes food digest
One dose often repented cores Chronic Diar
rimn in its wrest lorms, while Slimmer awl
Bowel complaints yield almost to the first dose.
One or ova doses ...ores etterlt , van by
Worms in Children; there h; lie serer I,r sliced
ICI rim letly In the world. as tt never lid's.
tErA lbw bottles eaves dropsy, by exciting
We take pleasure in recommending this med
icine ns a preventive l'or Fever and Agee, Chill,
Fever, and all Fevers of a Bilious Type. It
operates with certainty, and thousands are wit -
line to testify to its wenderinl virtues.
All who use it are giving their unanimous tes
timony in its favor.
ars3 - 111ix water in the month with the Invigo•
rotor, and rtvulltt t hoth jOgethe.
The Liver Invigorator
Is a srientifle mech.! discovery, and is doi ly
working ellrea, a litaeit too great to believe. 1
cures oa if by illogic. even the first dose s,ves:
' , cock, and seldom more than one bottle is re
quired to cure an: hind of Liver emnplaint.
from the worst jaundice or Dyspepsia to a com
mon hemlock', all of which are the result of a
PRICE ONE DOLLAIt PElt Birrri,E.
Du. SANrono, Proprietor, 345 Broadway, N.Y.
Sold ily 11. Huntingdon.
Apr.7.'sB.- l y.
DA. 21 1 .41ii;1trgh
Haring reeeivel the cele ugeney of .1. F.
Hazard & Ce., Druggists, l'hiluda., for the sale
or the Br:they 11)1. Hunting(loo county, we con
fidently offer it to the public as n pule rind to,
rululterated article as the (.Ilowisg eettilieute
A IiOhIESTEAD run slo. will prove.
Ii;UNTI - & - iiicirti,-
Julie 13, 1657.
In the ''Gold Region" and other pillions of
Virginia, the following Faroe and Buil
ding Lots, iii Shares, to wit:
Mural 100 acres, gold mine is lOU arras.
4 Farms of 60 acres each, are 250 "
25 .• 40 " 1000 6 ,
70 ' 6 20 6 . 1400
150 " 10 " 1000 ‘•
250 " 5 " 1 . 250
500 " 3 ,c .; 1000 ‘•
250 Build'g lots 4A. ste. and sq. 7
1350 " 100x100 " 925 "
2500 •'. 50x100 " 925 "
50011 " " 25x100 " 950
10.000 Shares, Utookinting to 10.000 lie's.
Certificates of the above Shares, (with Bonds
for the immediate execution and deliver, ot the
I/oik) have boon enclosed in 10,000 envelopes,
exactly alike, and scaled; which, alter being
well mixed up, have boon numbered on the mat
inee from I 10 111.01101)1011)01)0,5011)111 no one
knows the 11o110nISor any .nBOlO . OlBO envelope.
wilS 110 ,olil at $lO 01011, without reference
to 11 hat tney amt sent to ally one Ma
king upplicatioo, Unexceptionable titles will
in all ease. lie
TlO 'largest Farm. 101111nting it 00111 Mine is
value,' at $110,1111)), and the sniallest siZe)l
101)1 hatve 1,0011 selling at $lO rae!t. 1 1 011-
dieds have altintily ltren sold Upon Inc, t , •11i.;.
0111111 111 C SOMO 01.11100 or ,ciling tOO
eveQ 1000101 ser is 1,114,1010,d on) of
these lots at least. Every purchaser is
bound 110 get uuu 01 at Want , 1101)00 110 olzo
valo). Ever) 1)1001)1 purchaser ono of at 10,4
imadrinde ILO 1100 1,1111 11)1110. Whilst eVery
iunti. 111101 user 0111 get a farm ranging in value
1, in 1,00 up to $30,001). 'rhese 10811,0 0101
are so cheap to Mila l settlements, a
-011) ) 001 11110000 . hethg reserved, the inerepe
ikt of 111aich Oit 1 compensate for the
010111 saertlice. Thu not proceeds urn to lie
applied to Meal improvements, such on Sellouts,
1 01)00101, Mills, itic. Any number of $OOllO
secure a Farm
ta 0 al ;cant ten share.. The uertllielites
1,1 1,11,11100 by paying one•hali. and the 1/00.1s
,aying the ether half.
70,000 Acres of Laud, in large or small
tinuln 0011 also be had at ;mem, sale, and upoi.
the 1110,1 reaSUOillole t 001111• SUMO 11' it
Agelils are Wanted everywhere
to .3 these funds. Laenti indLlOolllenti will be
given. Fur full particulars apply to
Port Royal, Caroline so. Vu,
DISSOLUTION OF PIIRTNERSHIP.
The partnership lieretotbre existing between 50 Leonard Street, riew Yin,.
the undersigned, male' die fi rm of Kessler, Eby r e i t i i i s i ht : ), l .ll,. l r' u i rs t i 'iit7 r iet e r l su i l i ' de rt u yi t i i. i o ut; in common !
Dr. Morse's Indian Root 'Pills ore said be
• English use only SSB. ,
& Cu., wee this day dissolved by mutual rou
st:ht. Those knowing themselves ititt,tud to These Wines are made in the seighlat;rhood ' 1. , 1 ::' , " , : ', l .: , !:',', e ' d i ' sh o e nl o y ie t ri et r e r te c i e ":l',, t e e i r ; rel '\ er ll . l 4111,3)..denkiirsg,,iiiiit!i‘eLE,e,:::,eiA„ every tow., tills th e cool fi rm, either hy cute or hook ACCOUIit, ~, (I,,,i nunt i . ~,t,i are guunuit i e d to h e the th e i
tionully ' ttp. Fur other information address I awl hamlet iii the land. Parties desiring thQ
urn reques,ted to call tool ,utt l
e thu SilMe with ~,,• i„i, „„i 0,,, th.„„,, , ‘ „d „,„„,;„ , t l, 1
.---....."...' - --- ---- r -. --- - --1...L. ' elh. John D. kV...WI, Citasvilie, Huntingdon Co., Pa.l agency will address as. abuse for trimis.
Let... Ui ke.''lur , wh. 11'.... i. au th .r.t. . ciliated for invalids, and persons who require a . „ ' , .
~ meetht ,, Jee. , ar r. ,4i. r r i,„ 25 cent s per h ex. fi re h ex . w in
use the name of the firm in settlement of the seetie stimulant , and f or seer„,,te„hti p ur p oses The next qii,trier commt.iim.s „ , i
i be sent on receipt. or $l, postage paid.
; or as a beverage will be toutid equal, if 1101, SU. i liar .' 18 ' 1 '1'. 1 ' 458 '
LEONA' 1) G. KESSLER,
1 penor. to the best importen. i Jan.l3, a 7. i JOHN READ, Agebt Huntingdon, Pa.
GEORGE EBY, JR., -December 'fi '57:-fitn.
JESSE DIFFENBA UGH, I Retail Price Mr Brandy end Wines, $1,25 I lIL i ANKS..-Always buy your Blanks at !lie --
WIL , per Quart Bottle. „ Journal ()Mee." We have now prepared ave i NA7.111.114 . 97 1 3M3=011 .
The busiuesiit i ii A l l ib l ! C m; V
ii ‘ tiu . u 'U°
etl!11 E 1 1 1 t 1 . e old liearA liberal discount [pink to the t radc.-Teti ry s.iperiorertiele MBLANR. DEEDS, BONDS, , W IlEAl' AND COHN Wtillt,li la tine
stand by Geo. Eby, Jr. i Address JOHN READ, Druggist. aIA itiMENT NOTES, SUMMONS', EX ECU.- i office. Those hating either can dispose of the
Mill Creek, April 14,1858,4 C, Fcb.17,'58,3m, l'lt iltS*, - Ve. sense by elating aeon.
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19 SOUTH SIXTH STIIEET, PHILADELPIIik
PRICE ON LIMITATIONS AND LIENS.—
Of the Limitation Action.: and of LiCIIF a
gainst Real Estate in Pennsylvania. By E,.t
IC. PRICE., FIN.
FIDIR Ti;, 110 N. El./RACE IltxxEv; 'Thu
sign of it is excellent. and its uses are manifold
It must conduce to Ming the law on these knots
into better shape, by exhihitidg it in its aggre
gate, and titan showing the bearing of its part,
upon each other. It mug alto ~ r omote the fin
ish and comnleteness of Conveyancing, which
though vastly advanced beyond what it woo fifty
years ago, in still Incomplete."
muunTurs UNITED STATES DIGEST.
An Analytic Digest or the LAWH Of the Uni
ted States, from the Adoption of the Consti
tution to the end or the XXXIY Congress,
1789-1057. By FREDERICK C. BRIOIITLY,
Esq., editor of "Purdun's Digest,. &e.
I vol. imperial Stu, pp. 1142. Price only $6.
FROM Tor: lion. R. 13. Toney, Com , Jut-
TICE or THE UNITED STATES.—"It is a work
of much value, and well executed., The heads
under which the ditlerent Acts of Congress are
arranged ore wall chosen nod appropriate ; end
what is still mute important, the Index, so far
os wane been itblu to examine it, is complete.
The hook lots evidently lie,ll prepared with
much care and judgment, and will, I daunt not,
lie very acceptable to the public.
ALso, RECENTLY PUBLISHED,
DI:NLAVS BOOK OF FOII9IS, 4th and Re.
f,!NN , S ANALYTICAL INDEX to the Penn
v itoußAT & ITALY'S pitA cucE, 4th and
Revised Mition, By M, Russ Eu. TILLYEN,
Marela 111, ISiP.-21u.•
JOHN STONE & SONS,
805 Chestnut steet above eighth,
(Late (;/ X. .15 .!! , on11; Str,cl)
SPRING IMPORTATION OF SILK
& MILINERY GOODS.
FANLI BirNNET AND t'll' RIBBONS
S \TIN ANI , TA FEE I'AS
CROS DE NA
N. ES AND FLORENCES,
IiLACI AND 1401,011E1) VELVETS,
I.:NELISII • .
I'.II:LATA N NES,
M A LINE .1N I) ILLUSMN LACES. ETC
A A A,RSORTNI ENT oP
rftENcu AND AMERICAN FLOWERS.
As (111111 . 1( 1,011SI;4 ntoitly or 0111' CIWII 1111.
11 1 /1 . (10.(011, 1, fill' 1.11(1.10.141 (0 (Arel . (111011 011 ill.
Hayti, ime;:l l rtifiq 1)•11t1t:, ,, S" w
are how prepared to mint the 'lmpolitet
three earth in the same time that any othe
Itrr :n in the manic eau irriut Lome, emir:eq.,'
ly eat! 'whit them t.ht.aper--11 hot (tone wel
AIVA II N:D TII E JOURNAI. J(1110VFICE: I: ; ` "" 11 "' "" ' 1 " tr;: " " 'l. We ink
.101'12NEYMAN SADDLE AND
H N K Elt, in want or rm
i•a it hear a a
ino ion by applying :It this
111 . I: ' ,011W
PUIIII EAT,tiVRA BRANDY.
Chem iral Ist.vreettor'.v
:ti Sixth St., between NVititiut untl Vine,
Cinrinenti, March, 1837
This will certify tliat I Itur•e this Clay inspec.
tell two separate lots f Cantwlia.llratoly one
in Barrels and one in 11 , dtle, Itionifactured by
Lauritze Lyons, nod sold bv his Solo Agent, .1.
Jamb. at the Depot, No. it 9 opposite the 13nr I
net [louse, and 1.13 \‘',4 Third Street, Chichi- I
mai, and find th ent bit It pure find l'reo front
all poisonous or deleterious drugs. and as such
have ntat•lced the SII4IIO, 11,4 thy• law directs. Cli• 1
yen under• my hand at my office. !signed.] I
• 11111 AM COX, N. il.,
Inspector of .11cholic Liquors, &e,
Nom Tin*, Ji•l;j 28, 1857
Dear Sir :—I have received a bottle of Lyons'
Pure Ohio Cutawba Brandy, furnished by Mr.
A. Ralston. Jr., of Lockport, N. Y., for wilily
muion, and I lied it to contain only :hour. hi. 1
gredients which exist in pure Brandy. The
proportion of Alcohol obtained from it is 17.00.
1 believe this sample to he pure Drundy with.
out adulteration—Me flavor of it is delicate
and peculiar. JAMES R. CHILTON, M. li.,
The (HIM CATAWBA. BRANDY not
on ly eqiittls, but even excels the best imported
Bra ,: ill futurity and flavor. It is in fact the
Best randy known. This statement is fully
corroborated by the certiriC:ttes of many of our
most distinguished analytical Gain 11315,.011010
of which accompany this circular.
The want of PURE BRANDY has long
been felt in this country, and the introduction
of nu article of such quality as to supersede
the sale and use of those vile compounds bill,
erto sold under the IMMO of Brandy, can only
be regarded as a great public good. The Ca
tawba Brandy possesses all the good qualities j
cPalmed for the hest imported Liquor,ond is of 1
perfect purity and superior flavor. It is tliere.
tore folly entitled to the patronage a the pub
11, We feel confident that its reception in i
this State will be as that whieh it has met with
in the Great West, and that the time is hot litr
distant, when the superiority of our own Li- I
i.). will put un end to their importation from
abroad. In Medicinal purposes this Brandy
has no rival, and has long been needed.
frerlt is a Sovereign ford Sure Remedy for
Dyspepsia, Flatulency. Low Spirits, Languor,
General Debility, &c... 401
ALSO FOR SALE,
Eshelby% Celebrated Still and
To Merchants and 'armors.
GROUND PLASTER can he hail et the
Ilnntin;;dnn MOM' HIM Plaster Mills, in any de
eirahle gn,wtite, on and after the Ist day al
1858. We deliver it often OF CHARGE
ou the cart •at the donors or the Peangyltania
and Blond Top Haile talt.
FISHER & McMCRTRIE,
JIVE 'e En CE`a MTEREFOT
IWA I .N UT STREET,
so rin-wi voi:SElt OF Timm,
inoapolateil I:y lli date of Pennsylvania.
IV,TONEY IS RECEIVED IN ANY Sl'Al,
largo or and inierest paid from the
day of deposit to the ddy of withdrawal.
; Ile °thee 14 open every day fl ,l lll 9 o'clock
in the morning till 5 idelt.;ek in the atlern em,
anti on Monday tind Thursday evenings till zt
HENRY L. RENNER. Pe,sid.-7,0.
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, 17,
WM. J. REED, Si,rdarq.
lion. Henry L. Benner, F. Carroll Breiriter,
Edward L. Carter, Joseph 13. harry,
Robert L. Selfridge, Franck Lee,
Sand. li. Ashton, ,, l Joseph YerlCes,
C..l.andreth Munng, Henry Dieffenderffer, I
Money is received and payments made daily
The inve,tments are made in Real Estate
NlortgAgei, Groutal Heats, and each cl ass sc•
curious as tie Charter requires.
Chambersburg to Mt, Union
riche undersigned :,11 II:. i.ension of
the lino of 2:1 4 , OVCI. tilC r,,wl between
Clunnliershurg and Mt, U,rtion. .cannot he hut
di„,olrantageutts to a large section of the coun
try, leo. fit a considerable expense and trouble
teely gi ,•,,,:'lTlentS to run a line or :Stages
lictw,•sta the two points Gond
Ilorses mid condo, table titages have been pla
yed on (We r u nt., and exper;!.11110 , 1 find trusty
drivers will superintend tile rou:..inl ,
Couches. 'Elie proprietor el' the tine is
that it be tiiiiintainel, and he therefore calls
upon the pablie generally to patronize it. curia
dent that it will he for their mutual 41‘1,1/1
Every attention ticc,ssary will he Vinen, mud
the line fig of the Itlrages wii I he rc,idar.
Stage. , leave \lt, Union, cre n Tuesda:t
Thursday, anal 1 . .1:11111day I,Vellings. ;wiring a
el t ambersluirg the next day at 2 Idel,.k.
;timing, leave ClialitherSlturg. the ~ante 114, 1 1 1
ut 10 Ideloe l / 4 , aterivitu; ut Nit. Utile!' the fie,
evesing ill time fur the eat, u o .
ion aud Shade the line will he d.d.ly.
Fare through $3; to intertueeidte poiut:
in pruportion. JOHN JANILISA)s.
Jan. 20th. 1553.—1 f.
A tirl.VNI , ll , NEW ()OF STOVE 'CT
sak thi , office: , t c:‘ , ...01ai12 , 1 tic blirn
Dr. Hardman, Analytical Physician,
Physician for Diseases of the Lungs, 'flircat
heart--Formerly Physician to the
CINCINNATI 111.11IINE HOSPIT,IL, also
to iNvALIDs RETHEAT,
of Invalid,,'' IS CONIINC.
Pet tidlowing Cara.
Dr. Hardman, Physician Ihr disease orthe
Lungs, (formerly Physician to Chiciettati
rinc llospital,) will be in attendance at his
rooms as follows
Huntingdon, dtiekson's Hotel, Monday, May 26.
Lewistown, National lintel, .• 25.
Hollidaysliarg, Exchange Hotel, " 27.
Dr. HBllll.l'l treats Consumption. Bronchi
tis. A sth am , Larryngittis end all ilicosc. of the
throat and lungs, by teeth.' Inhalation, Intel,
used in t h e Brotston Hospital, Louise. The
great point in the treatment of all It mein Fa:da
ilies is to get at the dive., ill the dill, 11111.
la, All medicines are estimated by theirite
thin 'w oo the I igen requiring relief. The, is
the important fact ern which Inhalation is ho
sed. If the stomach is diseased tee take
medicine directly into the stomach. lithe lungs
ore diseased, breathe or inhale medic...led to
pers directly into the long , . .11etticittes are the
antidotes to disease and should he upplienl to
the very scat of disease.. Inhalation is the ap
plication of this principle to the treatment of
the lunge, for it gives us direct ANTS , til
intricate air cells and tubes which lie out of
reach of every other means of admitnistering
medicines. rite reason that ('eitstiteption, and
loiter diseases of the lungs, have heretofore re
sisted all treatment has been beearse the , had
never been Reproached in a direct manner by
medicine. They were intended to net upon the
Items and yet were applied to the stollen:ll.
iTheir action was intended to he loyal, and
they were so atititinisterol that they should not
I get eunstistutionally, expemling immediate and
! principal tuition upon the onotletoling stomach,
I whilst the foul ulcers within the lungs were lul
-1 inolested. Inhalation brings the medicine in
direct contact with the disease, without the
disadvantage or .y violent oetiva. Its 1111111 i.
I ration is simple, that it con be employed by the
youngest haunt or feeblest inenhd. It Boas out
der a ,,,p the RtolllllCit, or interfere in the least de-,
grcc w ith the strength, comfort. or bmiiness of
ltrtttitt I)IBIiASES TI,EATFI , -111
to the Mllowing diseases, either when
tatted with lung affections exi,ting alone, I also
invite ettitstiltattion. I usually thel them prompt
, ly euroldo.
Il'rolapsus anti all other flirms of Fenuile emu
plaints, Irregularities nod NVeakness.
Palpitation and all other forms of Heart
Disense, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, and all
other diseases of Stomach utttl buwols,
All diseases of the eye and ear. Neuralgia,
Epilepsy rind till limns of nervous disease.—
No charge fur consultation.
S. D. HARDMAN. M. D.
June 3, 1857.
CASSVILLE SEMINARY, '
M. MoN. Walsh. PriLoipal.
This school for young ladies end gentlemen
is probably the cheapest o n o of the kind its the
Only $19.5 0 per gnarier.
THE NEw I'ACULr7.
I M. Ma. WALSH. Prineird.
Professor of I,:tn7mige, and P:iilosophy,
Herr Karl nockenheim,
P,ol. of German Langoop., i.. • rt.
M. Eugene Chivaul,
Prq . eesor of Prcitch. .
James W. Hughes.
Prie4or of :1. - . q, ete.
Yrs. 11. ;Via. Walsh. Prt ,
r;,•,r;,,,, Paint ing, Botany,
.llnn,,rliro ?untie, Painting . , Drawing, etc.
:Hiss Anna ill. Gray,
Pia . ,:o e French,
Mks Jettige 111. Walsh,
ti AS ',AI :LT PASSE!)
it . • •.•
It, ; 'jo : 11 ,
i,, , y tu',...11 to t•ot,
ri ! gv;:i:v1,!!) if/ yrl
.1 1,1 :,.• i(` ro 1,11.
. t le J . :ChOC./
(111 , 1 11: 1 r 17.1
x, : I,raNtlies taught
//eitiiityilim ('o, I
14,..,mber 1557.• ti..
nur iv!in re
111 these in their
nei,hborhoils whit are litaiscriliers
aril have furled to re,iive
the ,i1;111., ,Illet! the suialiug of our pack-book,
hi ruffians on the 3.1 of February.
1111., 14 0 IRO EP;i;
INDIAN ROOT PILLS.
m()USE, the inventor of I.IOI;SE'S
L) DIAN !WWI' PILLS, hit; :trent the urea•
ter part of his I , te in tray lifns. Intrite. visite]
Europa, Attin, ant; Africa, a oil Ili N , 1 . 111
, 1L11,115 the In.
4,1 coltire—it. was in
I,lr 11, , it till. 1,11.111 It a,t,
r ,•,1. I,:•..\!orge wag tin
tal,:i•11 I,l:'t 1110 1111 tl
Itl,iiid--that war NI I...tigth, health
it', depended intim this vital
\VII. the various passages become clogged',
Ilea) not net in pf,reet iirtrainny with the dif
rt..l.l ut the body. the bleott lines
ttetion, becomes thick, corrupted nun di•
sensed; thus musing all 'pains sickness and
distre•ts of every nnme; tint strength is exhatun
ted,lunir hen lilt WO tire deprived el. au l ii tt
,r lure not
h um o r s, the hh..,1 will I, came th.h. tl
al.,' cense to net. and ilia, tour li g ht of lily viii
for.-vt.t. he blown ~tot. How important then
it It we ehonhl the vaxion3 1 1:1,:t : es of
(I, tool open. And how to
Ili ill, we have it in our powi, to rut It
vont. 11:1:110 IV, 11.11E111
which ;!ruts nnitind th, 1114,1111;C:,1w. in
N:,t are 'A the hc,i'd'a recovoryt
num one of !l, en to froni winch
me inuric a Sudorific, n:ticlt o•
e, ilia rays ,filiel!;in, and ns.ists Naturo
1111 - 0,111 ,,, corrup-
, ,oe tu, parts of th,
thou ,vithily. The aeeuuml is a p!aut is
al Expectorant, that apes , and unclogs the
tle.l,:zu,s, and thus. in a soothing
wanner, perform.; its duty by tlirowin4 off
phi .gin, and oilier Immo, tuu the lutu,s by
copious spittiu, The third i, to liitn,tio,
whirlu tat nod ds,,ltle stAvt , ;ltit to the
kiibiev.-; thus imeiititifed. they draw 1 rge a
1111111IS Of impurity from the blood, which is
'lwo flirt,t•n out bountifully by 1:1e tur:.nary
pa,azo, and uhkb could it. t ha, been
,Ikeluarged in any other way. 'Hy tuti.•o! to
Cathate, and accompanks th.• ~thor prop
iTlies or the Pills while C:1:;10,1
tit, blood; the coarser parti , des ~! i•,:nty
which Oftniiot pays by the other are
thus tat,. up and conveyed off a.. quad',
a by the bowel=.
Front the shove, it is shown that Dr. .71...se'st
limit Pills not only enter 11.••
le,cone united with the blood, for ih•
way to every part, and completely aro: out
and cleanse the system from all impurity, and
the lilt; of the body, which is the blood, be.
comps perfectly healthy; consequently all sick.
ncss and pain is driven from dm system, for
they cannot remain when the body becomes
so pin,' awl clear.
The renson why people nre s t distressed
yhen tick, and why so many die, is because
they Jo lint get a medicine which will pass to
the afflicted parts, and which. will open the
natural passages for the disease to be cast out
Ilene, a large quantity at food and tither nutt•
ter is lodged, and the stonmelt and i
are literally overth; or will, the c0rri,, , ,..1
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 Foal the
body by disease. Dr. Motor's Pills have ad
ded to themselves victory upon victory. by re•
:Aiming millions of the sick to bloom health
iiml happiness. Yes, thousands who have
been racked al' tormented with sickness, pain
and at.guish, rind whose fechle• Genie: have
ern sciirehed by the burning eleunctite of rn,
rgtcr, and who have been brought, as it
Wert, Within'. step el' the tiilent, urnye, now
nutd ready to lealify that thou would h a y..
Lott ttumlitAted with the dead, leid it not b e en
for this great and wonderful medicine. !gorses
Indian limit Pills. After ono or two doses
Lad Lieu talien, they were astonished, and ab
•,,iiite;y surprised, in witnessing their charm
, elrects. Not only do they give iiiiinedi•
ate ease and strength, and take away all sick
ness, pain and ungni.h but they lit some go to
work at the lliundation of the disease, is
the blood. Therefore, it will be show 1., est...:-
lolly by tl.ose who use these Pills, that they
will so cleanse and purity, that CH80.43-111111
deadly enemy—will take its flight, and the
flush of }oath and beauty will again return,
and the prospect of it long and happy life will
cher'sh and brighten your days.
CAUTION.--Beware et ti counterfeit sign..
IL .knee. All gettable have the 11111110
of A. J. wurrEs, co, on cad, box. Also
the sioutiare rf A. J. White & Co. All oth•
ere r A e . H .V. " ‘l l° 'l " ll . T & CO..