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Jacob Derrick, 405
Mary 13arriek, 100
Sarah Herrick, 400
Peter Haratock, 400
Isaac liaretock, 400
Elizabeth llatatoek, 900
Mary Fried, 400
Halt Morrison, 200
Neal Clark, 157
Andrew Sell, 207
John Sell, 207
Abraham Wright, 409
Abraham Green. 280 105
Isaac Green, 332 61
Thomas Green, 244 63
John Green, 263 56
John Ev.intt, 243 143
Joshua Cole, 264 140
Thomas Green, sen., 303 108
Zechariah Chaney, 252 139
Ephraim Galbraith, 413 126
George Green, ' 283 31
John Donut, 440
Robert Dunn, 440
'rlidntas Green, 50
John Canon, 92 20
John farmer, (Hook) 11
J M'Cohon & Poriken, 100
James McClelland, 39 17
Win. (lardner, 30
David Caldwell, 40
A. P. Knipp,
John herring, 37
Abram Levi, ' 200
Adam Levi,. 205
Mary Levi, 207
Sarah Levi, 202
David Shaver, 106
Conrad Herring, 200
Peter Herring, 210
Hannah Herring, 97
Peter Wilson, 223
Inane Wampler, 174
Benjamin Shoemaker, 202
Samuel Davis, 240
L. Rumbler, ISO
Conrad Bateb 200
Henry Bates, 200
Thomas Partner, 400
Jacob Hiltzheimer, 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 Deane, 422 115
Henry Canes, 400
John Adams, • 400
Henry West, 400
Alexander Johnston, 900
Hugh Johnston, • 400
Thomas McCune, 400
John Russell, 400
John Ralston, 400
James West, 400 '
Samuel Steel, 400
Wm. Steel, 400
Samuel Canan, 420 24
Abtahatn Deane, 395 69
Samuel Marshall, • . 400
Robert Caldwell, 400
John Fithut, 400
John Galbraith,. . 400
Joseph McCune, • 400
George \Vice, 4110
Robert G. Stewart,
Robert Young, :15:1
Diary lietmetly & Hugh
John S. lett,
Jaws McMillin, 456 64
Peter Wertz, 411 80
Benjamin Brown, 240 120
Daniel Shindle, 375
Samuel Kennedy, 11.11
J, Patterson, 175
Nathan Crd, 420 102
J. Ord, (part in Dublin) 450
Samuel Caldwell, 9
Stacy Young, 414 150
Simon Potter, 355 129
John Pease, 414 10
Adams Clow, 431 30
George Truman, ' 393 113
John Culdwell, :144 31
Win. Anderson, 150
Jll,ll Cresswell, 107
no. do. 80
du. do. 30
Wm. Sp ring, 400
Benjamin Price, (part) 200
Derry Alexander, 400
Daiiii I Newcomer, 100
Sand. Darkly & Wm. W.
do. du. 400
Isaac Huston, 400 98
Nanny Davis, 409
Henry Roads, 53
Cook ..k Elder, 133
John Singer, 436
A. S. Russell, 76
Wm. Sheatf, 439
Philip Wager, 333
Benjamin Rush, 400
Philip Stein, 400
Jonathan Jones 400
Owen Jones, . 400
Thomas Denton, 371
Dr. S. Mowan, 456
Richard Bowan, 432
Wm. Mowan, 418
James Bowan, 3:P.1
Ise., Mownn, 394
Thomas Mowan, 398
e mueis Bowan. 448
S•lly Chambers, 431
Robert Chambers, .435
Nancy Chambers, 369
Simnel Chambers, 405
JaILI. Chambers, 400
Bolt. Cidlcuder's heirs, 50
John Musser, 400
Robert Irvin, 347
Neal Clark, (now Amos) 150
Barudollar & Everhart,'
(Anderson & Horton,) 100
John P. Baker, 150 9 30
J. S. Stewart. 15 3 23
Jonathan Houston, 400 18 00
Martin Michael, • 27 37
Jonathan Pew, 100 7 60
John Philips, 390 27 34
Ciwirge Buchanan, 311 24 25
David Lapstry, 353 15 60
John Chambers, 400 18 00
Joseph Brown, 175 78 75
Matthew Atkinson, 400 7 60
linen Davis, ' 400 18 0
James liter, 400 18 00
Samuel Cornell., 395 8 12 53
.1. Dougherty & G. 3%'.
Speer, 439 51 19 73
do. do. 4:18 40 19 75
Speer & Martin, 76 77
Eliel Smith, 152 1 22
Sarah Haitsoek, 406 11 07
Tempy Shatter, 250 2 00
Joke Fred, 400 13 72
Thom. Mitchener, 150 I'2 54 20
John Bien, 400 12 62
W. 1111111, 400 10 55
John Murphy, 400 15 05
Michael Martin, 417 17 32
Dougherty & Schell ; 25 9 66
Hamilton & Evaus, 39 1 16 '
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Samuel Caldwell, 300 14 10
lobo Bell, 192 102 4 15
435 109 15 78
:Mien Bell, 204 77 4 85
. limn. Bell, 210 110 3 71
brit bow Sell, 400 78 14 40
I [Aerie]; Sell, 400 78 940
1 obert Era. 181 78 848
:. Amnon Sills, 420 11 18
1 elijortiiii Elliott, 37 18 339
i brow Morrison, 400 78 15 60
.I.lselib Morrison, 400 78 14 41
i. ni. litirriek, 200 7 20
. oho Coveoloiven, 288 09 11 51
1 411$1, :Morrison, 87 3 2
thin Patton, 437 18 10 47
and. Caldwell, 100 ' 1:1 5
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I Hahn Sl:ommiker, 183 16 I'2
I. m.Mitehenor, 337 24 64
'I Immna Slitchenor, 428 23 15
1 .ho Jackson 1291 9 49
The following real estate upon which person.
t I property enough cannot be found sufficient
IC pay the taxes, returned by the several col.
eters, is charged with the charged with the
xes thereon assessed for the rears 1855 and
.156, will be sold as unseated funds, in pursu•
.ice of the directions of the fiirty-first section
of the act of Assembly, °Milled "ail act to re
duet: the State Debt, and to incorporate the
Pennsylvania Canal and Railread Company,"
approved the 21 . 1111 of April, Itkil
.1. F. Cottrell, 8 1 50
Win. Bueltanan's Estate, 26t 3 72
'las. Ross' Estate, 90 0 50
.liis. Drake's Estate; 10 1 25
Wise & 13nelittiotn, 10 4 90
Fisher & Me2lurtrie, 240 3 12
11 , irree Towiship.
Allen Green, 153
Porter Wilson, 14
Eliza Boise, dj
Wilson & Mifflin, .50
John Henry,. 100
.1: Ntnrshnit's S
11,bert linnvey, B2
Ho:niers. J. Wharton, 109 1 75
.11,,e CI Mk, 370 4 96
A, Lane's heirs el al 418 1 42
ncter,on's Heirs, 150 34 48
1.1. Pik, & 3. litirdner 1110
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THE MODERN ART
Taming the most Wild, Vicious
As practiced by .11r..1. S. Itarey in Earope, and
by myself at NI, 65 efi 67 Waits St., New York,
is ereatig a t'uniplete revolution in the manner
of training the must noble of brute crew
The public arc aware of the immense excite
ment which now exists in all Vurope, in emue
(pence of witnessing these to.tonishing effects
produced by the will of nom over the horse.—
By this process, the wildest colt or the 'nest vi
cious horse, of any age. may bet:endued in it few
hours so its to obey the slightest word or motion
of his master.
No iWn - tteiliow vicious or stubborn, he is sub
dued just as easy, and learns to obey in propor
tion to his intelligence ; and it is not *. long ;
to witness his high degree of intellect when tin
ker the complete control or mew and when
once thoroughly trained he never forgets it.
I will take the most own horse in
America, and in fifteen minutes will im.ke him
lie down, and will handle him every war, even
put my he a d between liie fowl wet ; ninf in one
hour, will learn him of that a boy cau hotline
him with ease, 11101 Its Will then look with tam,
tiOn inateu.t of deliamee on his muster, Lind soon
will follow hint anyw ere.
13y thin process. Ito is completely broken of
fear of cars, timurellas, rubes, or tiny other wt..
jest Many valu.iltle horses have I.e.' ruin •,1
front fright, and lives hove been s..entice.l t., vi
cif us and unnotnagnal le hones—in r..e,
ing is more dreaded titan an migovennit, lit r.
1 iiitti,nt thin process sure in every r I
have deterillilled to I.eep the secret 0.. 1,11,1,
an it Imo hitherto hello Confined to the few lona
trainers in circu.es in this country, bin ita , ex
isted fur centutimi in Arabia ' I furnish the
whole int...mutton in printed form, Stl elearly de
nionelr.tted, that ally road Coo }lntente it at
otter Witl,OUt the Idol injury to Itimns.tr or bur-e,
awl will .1111 the same to any tol.tre, on re !elm
or live dollars. It is the stone 11101 Mr. !tae;
is now me ling in Eoglaml and France fir tirto.
I would respectfully soy, that I cannot '111,:r
-take to answer letters which do not contain the
above amount. 11. B. ARMS'ITONG,
Apr.14;58 -2m. NEw YoRK Veer.
TO BE GIVEN AWAY !
All of the Spl.lll[l
with rich Gilt Fr.oLus, now on uxhihition ut
SZIENA PIDOILEI GALLERY,
NO. 618 IMOfDW.I T.
GIVEN I\ WAY.
The proprietors of this bountiful culleetiun
of pointittim are also owne of x large trust of
lurid Rine in the ihuirishing of Cedar
Creek, Va., 90 toiler he nolrond from Wash
ington. owl in the immediate vicinity of tho eel
Sulphur. Iron and Aluui springs,
noted for their efficacy in tee cure or Bronchial
and (7iii . tincous Di,easeg.
Thi• land. up”n which have been erected A
STONE FLOUR MILL, 2 SAW MILLS nail
15 DWELLINGS, at an expense or It•um
$ 5O O to ss,t 00 each, they noun otter tin. sole
in alternate lots.
The Price of Each Lot is $lO,
for „Melt it 11':,r,,iity !hell, free and deer of
ihrionlointee ell, Together whit 01111 of
the Oil 1%1,11011gs on Exhibition, whielt alone
is worth the stain paid, and would lobo, oily
gei.tlenotti's parlor, whilst the Lot why coo
Will one of the Iluil , liegu nbovo imined
Pamphlets runtaintng a Map, aud explaining
Mare Wily the MonVC, and object In be nttnined
by making thin apparent sacrifice or a portion
of their property, ran he scan at thin valet) of
Panics remitting by mail will receive their
deeds by return post, and their Pmtimes Ito
itch conveyances as they !nay direct. They
will be particular iu sending their orders to
mane the County and State in which they re•
side, us it is necessary, for us to terward the
pictures without delay.
A building Man will be made to those deli
ring it. equal to one bathe cost of the build
ing to he erected.
Bank liotws should he enclosed in presence
of the Post Master, in order to avoid risk.
LUCAS, BOWS N & CO.,
Nu. 618 Broadway', New York.
REFENENCE6 NESPECTING TIT.: TO ABOVE NA.
3I if PltoPlatTY,
Francis H. Uptuti, Attorney at Law, G 8
Wall street, New York City.
Phillip Williams, Esti., Attorney nt Law,
E. IL L'inntreau. Attorney at Law, 68
Wall street, New York.
NEW STORE ! NEW GOODS ! !
FISHER & Mc/111:11T11111
LTAVING re-opened the ETIII;NAITAN
lorinerly known ns "SAxTON . B" take plea—
sure ill announcing to their many friellll4, that
they IMO received a new and well-selected
stock or Goods, which they Feel confident will
solisly the demands or die Public. oil
unexceptionable in BTTLE mid ot:Auvt.
The line of Dress Goods emloaccs
ROBEN A (MLLE IN ORGANDIES,
LAWNS, PERCALES, &c. Cll.\ LYS,
BERAORS, BRILLIANTS, All,
DE LAINES. CRA VELLA MOll,llll,
DANUBIAN, TANIISE. ,INI
VEI.LA CLOTH", DEB.‘“,B,
LUS'I'RES, Al, PA ci . A s,
PRINTS, GINCiI IA Ai, &v.
We have a fine aissoriment . seniiner Man
tilla., Shawls, Dress Trimming, Friliges, .;
tholes Altos, Gloves, II
siery, Coliers, Handkerchiefs, Hutton,
Floss, Sewing Silk, Whalebones tor Skirt:,
Heed Hoops, Bracts do., Skirt Cl.or tie
ALmo—Tiekens, Osnalturg. bleat.° I and
bleached Mit,lins at all prices, Contre
White Cambric, Harrell and ii ii,. uttOns.
Viclurin Lawns, Nntii•mik4, 'rfixletiii
other articles irlielt comprise the hoe ut IV.of
and Domestic Dona's.
We lidve French Cloths, Fancy CllB , illler,,
Saltitwtts.lcans, 'Needs, Cutionailes, Linens,
Denims suit Blue Drills
HATS, GAPS AND BONNETS.
or every varjety and style. Also all kiwis at
A good stock of
GUM ERIES, lIIEU & QUEINSWARE,
pool's a; suers,
Wood and Willow-ware,
We 9ISO deal in PLASTER, FISII, SALT,
and ail kind. of GRAIN. and pessees
in this branch 0' trade unequalled by any. We
deliver all pa. , ages or proofs of Nlerehutull,e,
FREE lIF CHARGE, at the depot. of the
Bread Top and Pennsylvania Railroads.
Conte out. emu all, awl .o eon‘ Weed that
the ••151,rtior....1eAkt" is 11.0 I.laeu to secure
fashinintele and uestrablii goods, dilan.ed of St
the loweet rates.
1J style ut the SHA WLS and . I%l i it , n T, t , oL
il o la r so iA
l;0 , 0ory
ACKEREL of ell Nos., Herring, can
be had of the best quality, he calling on
FISHER & McNluturnin.
SPLENDID RAG CARPET far37i ets. per
yard at the cheap store at'
Flea. R & 111cMorrate.
Pr. John noCunu.h,
Driers his pruteabian al on ryiaaa
ladun and vicinity. °died, nu. hill ab,
between Montgomery anti Bath.
untingdon, Aug. 29, 1855,
PREPA liE 11
It one or the lies
tines now before the
thartie, easier, mild
any tiler medicine lc
tinterie, lint a Livin
Liver to eject it+
awl bowels to carry
ishin two !mums°
the painful reeling. e
or most Cathartic,
the scone time that
chilly in moderate
hada it up nith in
Y Ult. ANFORD.
inilrely of Gums.
• ,Lll l .l,a„: l ,,crir.:"(' , '„ i .
I nod more Orem.' Limo
. it. It is not ouly a CA-
I meity, acting tirst on tho
.hl, then On the stomach
that m titer. tints 11 . 1 . 0 M -
3 Itectilliliy. without ally of
e iriettee I in t he operstiwn
strreilietti , the system lit
it rges it , and when taken
es, will streegliten sell
le t t'
l'he Liver is co
tors of the 1111111.
fill - 111S its nllllllll.
1 , 111 ere liilli dare
.o.,iott of the Live!
;ince ol .
7:1111111 stithirs io
^the Liver— ha,
For the .16euses
proprietors hes ati
Tice of more the it Cq
111 . 1 . 1111,11.111 , tii 11 . ;
'l .l l 1 rorc 11,111
it Mt 411111.11,1 I
the firitteituti rook -
10,, : t 1: 1 ..; B , ti r t i l:l . l t . , :t it i t h. i l t i t.t i . :
the powers of Ow .:y.;-
~,,, lent on the 1tt..01,
.Co the proper p1 . r.11 . 111-
lins When time stottoolt i:
at, et lotlt nod the ‘vli..le
wit .4,11., het: of one 0rg..0
iii• eet. , e , l to du its duty.
o that orgatt one of Ow
Intl it his mtn.ly. inn prat:
, en ty tens. to tool autumn
ee,t:er noel the
111 co n heal hr
t,e stoet•telt, van ,
leg the Wu:01,
to the whole nettle
ef the disease. and
I hie (lose alter t
here the atom:1011
r s ly need sewing
It hoes settle]:s
the Liver Inrigere
. e t,: ry.
Il , lelul the
AM I WIWI
. the ,eaSlOllll 11. c
Only one 1171... -
laken before retir n
Only m, ilnw
bowels gently. null
One (foie taken i
ken ;it niht. 1004014 111
Cc () IR . 110'0 eP tWil tPllsooofliN will Ukii
One Indtle taken
moves tlq• eunee of
ror Prom' i,h4tinetion
if the 'lkea, nail m.tkes
itticlintclr elievei Cho lii
One dove (Olen repeated iv n :owe cure for
(Bolen Alorlop, mid II Itrer • entle 1.1 ‘1.011•1 . 11.
cr, Only one I.rotio is neede, to throe mit of
[Le spoon, the Cruet; of niedidino offer n long
Gri)rie bottle taken for Jalyt.lier remove. ,
ill .fillmrness or unnatural colic lon ilia
One dow taken a .41.1 ham eating;
t igur to the apiumite. and nukes rum] digest
t , ell.
One !lose often repeated cores Chasmic I /ier
rluen in its worst Mem% n•hile manner and
Bowel complaints yield almost to the tir, (hew
One or two ( .
line., coven ittmekn rnn ini he
Worm. , in (7hildren ; there In no :rarer or :pow'
ira ti.niedy in the world. &I It never
• . _........ .
Ci a r.% few bottles cures drow , y, be exviting
We take pleasure in reetanmenling this irerl
ilg a preventive for Fever .111.1 Aro, Chin.
Fever. nail all Fe...-. of a ltili•.n•'l'voe. It
operates with vertainty. net tleotsatols are wil •
I,tory to it. wmt lerltll virtan..
All who use it aregfri;l4tileirun.rninion+ t,
thoony in its for,.
tirNix water in the re,,,th with the leviee
rater, and *wallow both tutotliet.
The Liver Invigorator.
I+ a scientilii• ilise“very, and is 4.4
working idnumt MO great to believe. It
cure.,.; if by magic. even the lir4st thine giving
o. lit. iio.l reliloin More ti one hottlit is re
quir.i I,s elite uu • kind or Liver
die worst jaundice or DysliwpSlit to it eolll
- Ilesibailie, all or whieli are the result or a
DOLLAR l'Elt noTTLE.
DR. SANFIIII, 145 Na.•
Soli! lir 11.
.188 e 13, 1837.
A HOMESTEAD FOR $lO,
in the "14411 Itegion" and other 1)111.00118 of
vir g imii, the following Forms anti Boil
ding Lots, in Shares, to wit:
100 ue•es, gull mine ix 100 o•Tes.
4 Farms 0160 acres each, are 250 .4
25 44 40 4 . 4 . 1000 4 •
70 " 211 .• 44 1400 "
150 " 10 44 ' 4 laoo 4 •
250 " 5 •• 12,11 "
500 " 3 46 44 I nun
250 Build); lots A. stn. unit sq. 71 11 "
1350 " ox •on 925 "
2400 " " 50x100 " 025
4000 " " 24x100 " 050
10,00 u Shirts, uinuatiting to
I O,UOO au's,
Certificates of the obare Shares, (with illuals
for the immediate nod .fencer, of the
1),1 , 1 , ,) 1111,e 11rc11 k 111:1k.sed in 111,00 cti,calpCS.
en", auk, dud ; Irhlell, after licittg
well tuooal up, hare been wooOerts.l 011 tht• ttut•
st .e from I to lIIMOO tit.. Ito ouo
kIIIMS the ,•,•olvol• :to, pAri Icul.tr envelope.
lot, wilt Itt• ', It it .OIL) CAI 11. ,1111.1.1 rCi s k•ri - lICe
to ‘,ll •I t l'y .011 Seta It. 011" 111.1-
.11.010 . .1t11i0, • , 111
'1 Farm. containing a Gobi Aline is
valued at tt'a.),Otta. mei the size
ing Lets bare brcll iwiling at
divas Hove nireaily 11 en sold rie•e
11'ia1st itli stanil the Cll.:live _etit. , g Inn
Faile:, ever) perelinser i.. wiarante il one in
these lob: at lent. Every other I,uveheser i.
!weed lo get ice 1.1 ;it Icu.t ilOuille it. .Ito :111.1
I ,lllle. 1,e1 . ) perelianer one in' iit le i,t
I.t le iin 010 revue. 111.1 st crew
lent, ',mei user "Ai gel at 11111,111 g ill , 11111 e
Irnw ...MO up 10 *OlOOll. Them. etre, 1.1111
inn mold bo
sulll, 11.1,1 it .i..er bei.g resvreeil, toe inereaNe
in ine yak. ui whit!il eel einn u iensatu tor tau
lau,eat. , autiticu. Tay aut proceed:: ate to lie
it. local 1 1 11proVenients, :melt as Sebum.,
beelittieS, 6.12. Aby number ui Senn,
eat lit taken becure a Farm
to 11 11t ledsl vertilientes
ul.llllilie.l 1.) lie) nig une•ltun end the Ltiteili
by paying Illeolliee
4,0 7U,ttOo Aerc6 Ut Laud, ill Li•ge or mull
tr.trof cult ulbo ue luul at pelval4 mile. and upon
illun reasunaule Luray. Sumo or oix
Agents are mooed everywhere
to Wilda. Liberal in , luve.oeitt4 will Le
given. Fur lull p.u•tieuturu ..opiy to
lull Ito3ul, Claw!. ell. Vu,
DISAOLUTION OF PBOTNEIIISIIIP.
Tile putt...hip tiotottuore nut..n
the undersigned, witht the firm • Eby
& Cu., was this day dis•olvod by mutual con
sent. These knowing tlivoiselvt littlJ.4o.l to
the outil Firm, Luther my note or Houk .teoliUtit,
urn ruyueuttxl to cull and •ettlu Ulu snow W4ll
Leeman who Moue is 1141110t .. .t0il to
one thu mane of the firm run eettleu.si ut filo
I.EONA 1) G. KESSLER,
GEORGE BOY, JR.,
J I..ssk; 151FFEN BA UGH,
WILLIAM W.ttil). , :Ell.
The heelers 'III he eto.tiouell at the old
stand by lieu. Ebs, Jr.
Rill Creek, April 14, 14411,44.
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NEW RAW 1100101.
JUST PUSLISIIED UT
KAY & BROTHER,
LAW BOOKSELLERS, PUBLISHERS
19 SOUTH SIXTH STHRLT, PHILAUELPHIA
LINIITATIOSS AND LIENS:—
Or the Limitation Aotnen. and of Met. , a
gainst Beal Estate Pennsylvaida. By Em
H. hetet... Esq.
FROII TIIII 110 N. 1 - 1011ACIS 13INNEY.—"The de
sign of it is exeellent and its uses are manifold
It most conduce to bring the law on them heads
into better shoo, i.y exhil , itidl it.in its aggre
gate, and 01114 showing the betting of its part:
upon curl other. It nitiNt ako romote the lin •
ndi and rem, letettems Conveyaneiog, whirl
ti,0n . 211 vastly advanced beyond what it w. fifty
, 011 nit,nnplete."
lIIIIWITLY'S UNITES) STATES DIGEST.
.1 , , \onlli t Digest of the Laws of the lini
tv.! St.‘te, iron' he Adoption of Ow Consti
uoion tie end 01 the XXXIV ConLres,
1759 -iss7. 111 Futowatum C. BIIIGIITI.I,
miller of ••l'onloll's Digest.' he.
1 vol. Imperial Fro, 1011. 1142. Pri, only $6.
Etto,t THE 110 N. H. B Tate',Cm. Jrs-
TWO , . list TIIN UNITED SI'ATISS.—"t is a work
of m ,e., va,e. and executed. The Ile ads
dilliolTlit Aels of Congress are
ttr,....v.1 it well clov•en stud alinnipriate and
w:... is still Mine in tout, the Index so far
as I aye keen aide 1 , 1 exAnine it. is rural lisle.
hook has evidently Itetl prepared With
Mien tale and judgment. and with, I donot not,
he very •tahle to the poldie.
A Lso. 14'171,11.Y I'IIII.I9IINTN
1./i'Nl,.‘ I'', /li F 1 'ICUS, 4th and Re
LINN' , A NA rIcA I, INIMX to the Penn•
IN 1 . 111:1 , tit., lON,
11.1 PIIACTICE. 4th and
llovlsed Edition. By T0.,,v
March It), 1858.-2 m...
A JOITNEYMAN SADDLE AND
lINESS—MAKER, in want ern
;i• p went, ieiti hear of a favorable sit,
it:g ul this office.
NICHOLAS' BANK NOTE
REPORTER. ISSUED FROM
O. 70 IVA LI, S Err NEW YORK.
IS the mie:t correct and reliable work of the
t kind ever published. It is the only Repor
ter pub! n. 11511 in Well street. and contains
list or all the Banks in the United States stud
Nlont}dy Et Ittn•En- osdtt Viii Ciunt and Pos•
tage cl... 1111)
&v 111; 2 00
'co pvery yearly subscriber is giving
t oil, l'hart of Thirty Six Pages,
whit, beautifully engraved tile similes
ot all the in the world.
Oar Numerous FraudsAN
been preeti4e4 neon the community, by
oreettado Bonk Note Iteporte.
sts Mood, 1111111Prolle frnwlulent
eel u,‘ iitilling eta airs, miseallvd thinks, the
'the Ibily Reliable Reporter,
ill Haehaea t" the following first rho,
REF!. ENC ES.
Nt.:w vona.—Daniel Drew, Bat key: Alorri,
Alarine Bank. U. S. I.ile Insurance
company, .1. mato, Secretary; Howard Fire
I, e .uirmee Company—J. T Skidmore. Iron,
C e l e h U. 11.11.n:ell, l'rua. Aleutian. Bank;
Manhattan Life Insurance Connate y, C. Y..
See'y; Aleeltinties' Bank, G. De An
gelis, l'ashier; Can. Field, Cashier Williams
liiir_h City Batik.
N. In.— We tiny at our office nll money at
the prwes quoted in the It.porier. We alto
pay ,i. 4•1411 ntn mint n, the purchase and sale
of LAND W.% liti NTS.
A. Nlt '1 II i LAS & CO.. Bankers,
No. 7u IN'ittl. street, New hark City.
Apr. 7, 'sBt—tits.
PURE CATAIVBA BRINDY.
!facing received the sole agency of A. F
beard l Co.. Druggists, Philada., ler the sale
or the Brandy ti.r Duntiogrlon euunty, we con.
fidently offer it to the public, no a pine tied Ml
stdultermed article as the following certificate
2 Sixth St., I,eta•eeu %Valuta 1111,1 Viue
Cincin.li, :starch, 1837
This will certify that I have this day ;aspen
zed two separate lots of Catawba Brandy one
in Barrels and one in Bottle. IMltlolactured by
Lanritze I,yous, and sold by his Sole Agoat,
.1...1, at the 1).1e.t. No. 1)9 opposite the Bur
net House. awl 111 Woo Third Street, Cincin
nati, anal timl ti I) 01 pure and free from
all 11111.111.1, c), deleterious drags. and as such
havo marked the same, as the law directs Gi
ven andur my halal :It me (signed.]
1111?.01 COX, M. li.,
Inspector of A leholic Lignors, &c.
.Irly 28, 1857,
Sir :-1 liar.• a battle al Lyons'
Ohio Cataal.a 11,11..1y. furnished IT 31r.
.\ .Ir, al I. S Y., Par
lila! i 1., coniaia tally those ia
gtedwats. in pare liranoly. The
leee.e.tem of Aleehol elenie..llll.lllllll IA 47.00.
I 1114 terr this sample to 11.• pale Ili•undy with
..., Illvar or it is del:rata
alai ta.....liar. JAMES 10. Cllll. 11/N, 31.
The 111110 CATAWBA BR:INUY not
.mly • al, but even excels the best imported
heir sin purity and flavor. It is in fact the
It. ..t rawly known. This stmement is fully
....rokirated by the certifientes of many If obi
most distinguished analytical Chuaiata, slllllo
..1 , illOl licealllpally this eiteulsr.
'I he aunt of PURE BRANDY has long
i..,11 felt in this country, sod the introduction
os an article of such quality as to supersede
ilm tale mid 11130 or 'hose 0.10 cr0,010,00d3 hats
.o —l,l coder the name of Brandy, Call Wily
h.' 11,1111114 i 1114 a grist public good. The Cii
mwlia Brandy possesses all the gum' qualities
vaunted for the best imported Liquor, mid i,,
flarky and superior flavor. It is il,re•
fully entitled to the patronage or th. 1 016
tic. We feel confident that its reception in
this State will be as that which it hits lot wish
111 110 Great West, and that the time is hot Gar
ilituant, when the superiority of our owsa Li•
,Il,llrs will put an end to their importtition from
abroad. In Nleditinal purposes this Brandy
lins un ri‘ml, and has long been needed.
Sfirlt is a Sovereign and Sure Remedy for
D. stolen'', Flatulency. Low Spirits, Languor,
General Debility, &c.,t
ALSO Vint SALE,
Falselby's Celebrated Still and
W u.rn ,4reLude in the neighborhood
ut Cincinnati. and are guarantied to be the
pure juice ot the Grail, and ar e emin e ntly e a l•
calmed tiir invalids, and persons who require a
gentle stimulant, and for Sacramental purposes
or as a Ileveruge will be Mond equal, if nut su•
perior. to the best imputed. 4
Itetail Piict.• Mr. Hittudy and Wines, .$1,24 .
per Quail Bottle.
iftitrA liberal discount made to the trade.. 4.4
Address JOHN READ, Druggist.
lIIKELLANEOUSADVERIISEMINP'.. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
JOEIN STONE it, SON s. CASCVILLE CEMIMARY.
805 Chestnut steet above eighth,
i.ate , ;/ 4., Nuoth .4•.:Tooiri Sired) Only $19.5 0 per Quarter.
II WI l'A
M. McN. WALsli. Principa ILTY.
Ain: NoW IgErEIVIN4I Professor of Languages and Philosophy.
SPRINGIMPORTATIONOPSILK He rr Karl Hkeocnheim,
1 1 , . e Language 4. Literature.
& MILINEItY GOODS. M. Eugene Chivaut,
CONSISTING IN PART OV Professor of P. each and Piano Music,
FANCY liiiNNEr AND CAP RIBBONS, ' James W. Hughes,
SATIN AN I, TA FFE"I'AS RIBBONS, I l'qe..sor of Mathematics, etc,
eli.oS DE N A PLItiS, (OW,. .
MA HiT N 1..5 AND FLORENCES,
HIEN cll ill A PES,
BLACK A NI, coLORED VELVETS,
T.11;1,..\ TA N N ES,
MA LINE AND ILLUSION I..I('FX ETC.
Ai. A ASSORTMENT OP
FRENCH AND AMERICAN FLOWERS.
As the above nonsitdiM;stly or our own in; THIS SCHOOL HAS LATELY PASSED
portation, we are enabled to offer them on fn. I into new hands, and the present owners
vocable terms, are determined to make it a first class Institm
March 10th, tion. The majority of the new faculty are al-
ready on band, and student , ' will he received as
80011 as they %bill tt, come.
Young ladies an 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 Lettere there will be no better schOod
now than ours.
Both sexes are received, all branches taught
mid students can enter at any time.
For Maher information, address
JOHN D. WALSIf,
Cassuille, Huntinydon Co, Pa.
Deeember 9, 1857.4.
To Merchants and Farmers
GROUND PLASTER can ho had at the
Huntingdon Hour and Plaster It ills , in any de
airable quantity. on and after the lat lay of
March, 1858, We deliver it Fit. OF 'NIA Rol,
on the car+ at the doings of the Pennsylvania
and Broad Top Railroads.
FISHER & McMURTRIE.
EWE PER CENT INTEREST
NATION AL SAFETY TRUST CO.
sount..w.:s i 0,51,11 OF TIMID,
hicorpo rale deby 11, slAii , (if vi.,,,,,yivania.
ivi - oNEy IS RECEIVED IN ANY SUSI,
1,1 - larue or small, awl interest paid from the
day of deposit to the aay ot withdrawal.
Tic office is open every day from ii o'clock
in the morning till 5 o'clock in the ofternami.
and on Monthly and Thursday evenings till s
111)N. HENRY L. BENNER, President.
ROB EIIT SE LFRI DG E, 17ce !resident,
W SI. J. REED, Secretary.
Hon.llenry L. Benner, F. Carroll Brewster,
Edward L. Carter, Joseph B. Barry,
Robert. L. Selfridge, Francis Leo,
Saul. K. Ashton,Joseph Yorke.,
C. Landreth Manes, Geary Diellentlerfil.r,
Money is received and payments made daily
without IP lice.
The investments are made in Real Estate
Mortgages, e l Rents, and such el ass PO
eurhies as the Charter requires.
Chambersburg to Mt, Union
'inc undvrsig otd nature that a stmiensionof
the line of Stages over the road between
Chantliershurg and Ali, l'aimt. cannot he but
disadrantageous to rr /urge -ectioll of the Mill-
In', has. at a considerable expense and trouble
made arrangements to run at line of Stages
'fri-weekly between the two points G iod
llorses and comfortable Stages have been pla
ced on the route, and experienced and tr.'s
drivers will super , atefiJ the running. ot' the
Cottelles. The proprietor of the tine is disirous
that it lie maintained, and he therefore culls
upon the public generally to patronize it. confi
dent that tt aill be tirr their mutual advantage.
Every attention necessary will be given, and
the running of the tltage, will lie regular.
Or Stages leave Mt. Union, every Tuesday
Thursday, and Satuttlay evenings. arriving at
Chambersburg the next lily at 2 o'clock. lie
[timing, leave Chumbersbarg, the same night
at 11l n'eloek, arriving at Mt. Union the next
evening in time for the ears. Between Mt, L'n
ion and Shade Gap the line will lie daily.
(Er Fare through $8; to intermediate points
in proportion. JOHN .lAMISON.
Jan. 20th, 185/I.—tr.
lir. Hardman, Analytical Physician.
Physician for Diseases of the Unit's, Throat
and Heart—Formerly Physician to the
CINCINNATI MARINE HOSPITAL, also
to INVAI,IDS RETREAT,
Author of "Lotto s a Invalido," JS CO:MING.
Sea lellowing (71m1
Dr. Hardman; Physician tOr disease of the
Lungs, (formerly Phy-ician to Cincinnati Ma
rine llospital,) will be in attendance at his
rooms as follows
Huntingdon,Jackson's lintel, Monday, May 26.
Lewistown, National Hotel. 25.
Hollidaysburg, Exemmge Hotel, " 27.
Dr. Hardman treats Consumption, Bronchi
tis, Asthma. Larryngittis and all diseases of the
throat and lungs, by medical Inhalation. lately
used in the Brounon Hospital, London. The
great point in the treatment of all 1, man mala
dies is to get tit the 11iSCRSI• in the direct man
ner, All medicines ere estimated by their 11,-
6,1 Ri•1011 the gee requiring relief. This is
the important fact mien which Inhalation is ba
sed. If the stomach is diseased we take
medicine directly into the stomach. lithe lungs
are diseased, breathe or inhale medicated va
pors directly into the lungs. Medicines are the
antidotes to disease and should be implied to
the very sent of disguise. Inhalation is the all-
Ovation of this principle to the treatment of
the longs, for it gives us direct access to those
intricate air cells end tubes which lie out of
reach of every other means of administering
medicines. The reason that Consumption, and
other diseases of the lungs, havedierenifore
si.ted all treatment has been because they had
never peen approached m a direct manner by
medicine. They were intended to act upon the
Inn, and yet were applied to the stomach.—
Their action was intended to be local, and yet,
they were so administered that they should not
act constistutionally, expending immediate and
prineipal action upon the umitleouling :nowt+.
whilst the Mid ulcers within the lungs were un
molested. 'Modellon brings the medicine in
direct comae' with the disease, without the
disadvantage of any violent action. Its spoil •
cation is simple, that it eau be employed by the
youngest intent or feeblest invalid. It does nut
derange the stomach, or interfere in the least ile•
gree with the strength, comfort. or business of
OTHER DISRASEB TREATTIL—In relation
to the following diseases, either when compli•
crated with lung atfeetions existing Own, I also
invite consultation. I usually find them prompt
Prolamin:: and all other farina of Female cot,-
' plaints, Irregularities and Weakness.
Palpitation mid all other forms al Heart
Disease, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, and all
attune diseases of litumaeli un,l bowels, Sic. . .
All discuses or the eye end ear. Neuralgia,
Epilepsy and uIl tree oh nervous disouse.—
No charge for consultation.
S. 1). HARDMAN. M. D.
June 3, 1857.
ULANKS..-Always buy your Blanks at the
Journul Oiliest." We have now prepared aye
r stlinrierertattie or BLANK DEEDS, BONDS,
J Li) •t;AiENT NOTES, SUMMONS', EXEC
at NS. tite.
BUCKS IN GLOVES & MITTS chow
A. V. 0W144.14
Mrs. X. Mc& Walsh,
Gr. eign Painting, Botany, history etc.
Miss E. Faulkner,
310nochromaties. Painting, Drawing, de.
Miss Anna 111. Gray,
Pia - nO Music and French.
Miss Jennie 111. Walsh,
INDIAN ROOT PILLS.
MI. MORSE, the inventor of MORSE'S IN
DIAN ROOT PILLS, has spent the urea
ter part of hiside in, travelling. having •isited
Europe, Asia, and Africa, as well as North.
America--his spent three years among the In
dians of our Western country—it was In this
way that the Indian Rout Pills were first
revered. Dr. Morse was the first man to es
tablish the fact that all diseases arise from Im
purity of this 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 dif
li•ret I functions of the body. the blood lases
it. action, becomes thick, corrupted and di
-i.t.sad: thus causing all pains sickness and
of every name; our strength is exhaus
teit, ..oe health we are deprived oh and it' oa
t tire is not assisted in throwing off the stag.
tient humors, the blood will heroine choked
and cease to act, and thus our light of life will
Ihrever be blown out. Hose important then
that we should keep the various passages of
the holy free and open. And how pleasant to
us that we have it in our power to pot a medi
eine in your reach, namely, Morse's Indian
Boat 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 a
pens the pores of the skin, and assists Nature
in thrmving 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
nastier, perform 3 its duty by throwing off
phlegm. and other humors from the lungs by
portions spitting. The third is a Diuretic,
which gives ease and double strength to the
kidneys; thus encomaged. they draw large a—
mounts of impurity from the blood, which is
then thrown out bountifully by Cie urinary or
wit!, pasiusge, and which could ni t have been
discharged in any other way. The fourth is
a Cathartic, and uCcompithies the other prop.
vets-s of the Pills while engaged in purifying
the Wood; the coarser particles of impurity
which cannot pass by the other outlets, aro
thus taken up and conveyed off in great quan
tities by the bowels.
From the above, it is shown that Dr. Morse's
Indian Root MIN not only enter the stomach,
but become united with the blood, for they find
way to every part, and completely mut out
and demise the system from all impurity. and
.tlie life of the body, which is the blood, be
comes perfectly healthy; consequently all sick.
nets nod pant is driven from the system, for
they cannot remain when the body becomes
so pure and clear.
The rens•tn 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
emeriti passages for the disease to be cast out
heave, a large quantity of flied and other mat
ter it lodged, and the stomach and intestines
are literally overflowing with the corrupted
amiss; thus undergoing disagreeable ferment.
tion, .1118tatitly mixing with the blood, which
throws the corrupted matter through every
vein and artery. until life is taken from the
body by disease. Dr. Morse's Pills have ad
ded to themselves victory upon victory, by re
storing millions of the tick to blooming health
and happiness. Yes, thousauds who have
been racked or tormented with sickness, pain
and anguish, and whose feeble frames have
ern 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 beau
for this great and wonderful medicine, Morss'a
Indian Root Pills. After one or two doses
had 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
arse, 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, espec
ially by those who use these Pills, that they
will so cleanse and purify, that disease—that
deadly enemy—will take its flight, and the
Hush of youth sad beauty will again return,
and the prospect of a long and happy life will
eher;sli and brighten youedays.
ON.— Beware of a counterfeit sign
; ; .1. 8..11001, All genuine have the name
.1. WHITE & CO . each box. Also
of A. J. White & CO. All oth-
A. J. 111 TE & CO., &le Hopriefors,
50 Leonard Street. Now York.
Dr. Nurse's Indian Ruot Pills are sold by
all dealers in Medicines
~ , gents wanted in every town, village
and hamlet in the land. Parties desiring the
agency will address es above for terms.
sir Price 25 cents per box. five boxes will
be sent WI receipt of $l, postage paid.
JOHN READ, Agent Huntingdon, Pa.
M. Ma. Walsh, Prir.oipal
This school for young ladies and gentlemen
is probably the cheapest one of the kind in the
country. The expenses per yeur for board,
room rent, furniture. fuel and tuition In CO/0131011
English use only $BB.
Piano Music is only tts per quarter. All
the languages end the osnamentals are propor-
tionally cheap. For other information address
John D. Walsh, Cassville, Huntingdon Co., Pa.
The next quarter commences Monday, iext•
tutu 18th., 1888.