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LIST OF RETAILERS,
Classification of Merchants in Huntingdon
county by the Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes
for the year commencing the let of May, '5B
Alexandria Borough and Por.er Twp.
13 10 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
13 10 00
George C. Bucher,
Henry C. Walker,
Joseph Green & Co.,
John R. Gregory,
Jan N. Swoopo,
Samuel W. Myton,
John C. Couch,
James C. Walker,
Silas A. Cresswell,
Eby & Co., 13
Edward Green & Co., 14
Henry Jamison, 14
Samuel Sechrist, 14
Cassville and Cass Twp.
James Henderson, 14
Joseph I'. Ileaton,l4
Richard Ashman, • 13
Benedict Stevens & Co., 14
Thomas E. Orbison 13
Etnier & Burket, 13
Hunt & Swan,
George A, Lyon,
~T. Wareham Matters,
Shorb, Stewart & Co.,
G. & J. FL Shoenberger,
Fisher & MeMudd°,
David P. Gwin,
David Dunn & Co.,
J. Brown & Co.,
Miller & Long,
W, & J. Carmen,
Love & McDivitt,
Gutman & Co ,
MeManigill & Smith,
L. & S. Weavor,
'Freedom Iron Company,
!Robert V. Stewart,
' , Wm. IL Harper,
'George H. Steiner,
Themes W.O nth us,
Irvin & Grove,
Henry &rouse, 14 7 0
Shirley Twp. and Shirleysbury Downy
Hugh McNeal, It 7 00
W. A. Fraker, 14 7 00
D. S. linilienour & Co., 14 7 00
Bare & 11Jc Laughlin. 12 12 60
Doyle, Foust & Doyle, 13 10 00
William B. Leas,. 13 10 00
Rickets & Booker, 13 10 00
J. G. Lightner, 13 10 00
J. 11. Blair & Co.,
D. S. Berkstresser,
R. H. Powell,
1•E 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
lE 7 00
14 7 00
, 14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
Orbison & Bare,
Megahan & Moore, 14 7 00
Joseph Douglass, 11 7 00
Warriormak top. and Birmingham Bor.
James Clark & Son, 13 10 00
F. DI. Bell, ,
14 7 00
George Guyer, Jr., 14 7 00
S. Fox, 14 7 00
John R. Thompson, 14 7 00
West hop. and Petersburg Borough.
Benjamin Hartman, 14 7 00
J. Cresswell 4 Son, 14 7 00
Samuel D. Myton, 14 7 00
John R. Hunter, 14 7 00
3 10 00
W. P. MaNit,
4 5 00
4 5 00
'Fisher Sc McMurtrie.
9 25 00
9 25 00
9 25 00
Fisher & 3lc3furirie, 14 7 00
,Classification of Eating Houses udder the 4th
Sec. of the late License Law.
Chris' ian Snyder,
8 10 00
8 10 00
8 10 00
8 10 00
8 10 00
Bell, Garretson & Co.,
Au appeal will be held by the undersigned at
any time up to. the 15th day of July, at ',ha
Commissioners' Office. Persons wishing to
appeal will please apply within the lime pre.
scribed; as the law prohibits any appeal after
that time. HENRY W. MILLER,
Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes.
Notice is hereby given that all licenses not
lifted previous to or dining the August Court,
will be left in the hands of a Justice of the
Peace fur collection. F. H. LANE,
may 19,1.8.• t. Co. Treasurer.
To ()om i t actors.
The Commissioners of Huntingdon County I
will receive scaled proposals at their office in
Huntingdon, up to one o clock on Tuesday, the
25th inst., for repairing the Trough Creek
Bridge, near Wilson & Garner's Mill. A new
pier is to bo constructed of good hard stone.—
The span on the west side of the river to be
placed in a straight position, and the weather.
boarding to be taken down so as to measure
six feet from the floor of the bridge. By order
of the Comnthsio tors. ' IL W. MILLER,
May 12,'58. :It. Clerk.
AWARDED THE JOURNAL JOB MICE
AT TI LATH FAIR, FOR
[3I§VEK §ISID TLITIVU
request those of our subscribe; whore•
else their papers,to inf•rm us of those in their
immediate neighborhoods alto are subscribers
to the "Journal," and have fooled to receive
the same, since the stealing of our pack.looolf,
by ruffians on the 3d of February.
WHEAT A D CORN wanted at this
°Mee. Thosa having either can dispose of the
same by calling soon.
Having bought mist "CARD.PRESS," we
are now prepared to print in the prcportiou of
three cards in the same time that any other
press in the county can print one, consequent.
ly we can print them then per—if not done well
we make no charge at all. We ask your pa
000 S STOVE.
A SPLENDID NEW COOK STOVE for
sale nt this oflict; it i calculated to burn wood
LADIES COLLARS, newest stylea in treat
variety at the MarnoeotATAN.
Rheumatism's Last Groan
I will, on receipt of $l, send a recipe, aim•
ple, safe, and easily compounded, which I
warrant to cure the rheumatism in twenty four
P. CRITZBNBURG, U. D.
Box 274 Wuupun, Wis.
WHEREAS, By au , act cf the General Assem
bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
entitled 'An act to mend an act directing the
mode of selling unseated lands for taxes andl
other purposes,' !Sassed 13th March 1115, and
the other acts, upon the subject, tie Treasu•
revs of (ht. severnl Counties within this Com
monwealth, are directed to commence on the
2d Monday in June, in the year 1811;, and at
the expiration of every two years thereafter,
and adjourn from clay to day, if it be necessary
to do so, and make public sale of the whole or
any part of such tract of unseated land. situ
ate in the proper county,. ns will pay the at ,
rearages of the taxes winch shall then have re
mained due or unpaid for the space of one
year before, together with all costs necessarily
accruing by reason of such delingnency, &c.
Therefore. I, (F. 11. Lane.) Treasurer or the
county at Huntingdon, do hereby give notice
that upon the following tracts of unseated
land, situate as hereinafter described, the sev
eral sums stated are the arrearages of taxes,
respectively, clue and unpaid for ono year; and
that in pursuance of the direction of the afore
said net of Assembly, I shell on Monday. the
14th day of Juno, next, at the Court House,
in the borough ot• Huntingdon, commence the
Public Sale of the whole or any part of such
tracts of unseated lands, upon which, all or
any part of the taxes herein sppcified shall
then he due, and continue such sale by ad•
journment until all the tracts upon which the
taxes shall remain clue or unpaid, be sold
F. H. LANE,
Treas. of Hoot. en:, Po.
Treasurer's e Mee, 1
April Ist., 1838 I
Amount of taxes clue and unpaid on the fol
lowing tracts of Unseated Lands, up to and
including the year 185 G.
Barren Township. Tax,
War'tees or Owners. Acres, Perch. A tut.
W. Shannon & Ash, 597 132 11 97
Geo. Bingham, 433 8:3 11 19
Win. 3 Irownov sr, 150 1 91
.14.1 m A. Wright & Co., 350 ' 203
C. Novi:11;11nm, 400 3 78
Lewis lgow, 54
Jesse Hawkins, 446
Robert Watson, 379 2 61
John Watson, 402 2 76
Wm. 1 9 / a lso'', 425 1 23
Andrew Bell, 43 30 1 22
James Fife, 110 4 65
James Watson, 397 2 25
David Caldwell, 400 9 08
Samuel Caldwell, 400 9 00
Samuel Harstock, 400 78 5 20
Edward Nash, 299 98 4 13
John Nash, 289 110 3 94
Henry Sill, 207 2 67
Samuel Morrison, 297 135 4 31
John Fried, 400 5 20
Sarah Harstoelc, jr., 430 11 52
Jacob Barrick, 405 10 94
Mary Barrick, 190 1 81
Sarah Barrick, 400 •
...... 10 80
400 10 80
400 10 80
Elizabeth Hat stock, 400 10 80
Mary Fried, 400 5 20
Hugh Morrison, 200 2 5i
Neal Clark, 157 7 55
Andrew Sell, 207 5 05
John Sell, 207 5 33
280 105 10 52
332 61 20 78
Thomas Gre'en, 244 63 14 69
John Green, 269 66 15 88
249 143 11 27
Joshua Cole, 264 140 13 58
Thomas Green, sen., 303 108 11 65
Zechariah Chaney, 252 139 13 12
Ephraim Galbraith, 413 126 8 09
George Green, 283 31 13 85
John Dunn, 440 11 78
Robert Dunn, 440 11 88
Thomas Green, 50 6 43
Titus Harvey, 415 88 1 55
John Forrest, 400 1 50
George Wilson, 17 28
John Conan, 92 20 13 30
John Parmer, (Hook) 11 1 07
J, hl'Calran Sr l'etriken, 100 19 40
James McClelland, 39 17 7 34
Wm. Gardner, 30 9 12
David Caldwell, 40 6 04
A. P. Knipp, 174 140 23 74
Henry Hetes, 40 9 34
John Fritz, 4i
...,. • 46
John Whiteead, 8 34
John Herring, 37 29
Abram Levi, 200 1 50
Adam Levi, 205 1 55
Mary Levi, 207 1 56
Sarah Levi, 202 1 50
David Shaver, 106 1 57
Conrad Herring, 200 1 50
Peter Herring, • 210 158
Hannah Herring, 97 • 73
Peter Wilson, 223 84
Inane Wamplor, 174 - 65
202 min Shoemaker,Benja
. - .75
L. Rumbler; 180
Conrad Bntel, 200
Henry Bates, 200
Thomas Panner, 400
Jacob 11iltzbehner, 416
400 ' 1 60
I,lillary Baker, 413 3 00
Thomas Russell, 400 3 00
'rhomas Ralston, 400
David Ralston, . 100 3 00
Ephraim Jones, 400 3 00
Jonathan Priestly, 437 65 3 31
Robert Johnston, 400 3 00
Charles Caldwell, 400 3 00
James Deane, 422 113 i 15
Henry Canon, 400 i 00
John Adams, 400 -I 00
Henry West, 400 3 00
Alexander Johnston, 400 3 00
Hugh Johnston, 400 " 3 00
Thomas McCune, 400 3 00
John Russell, 400 3 00
John Ralston, 400 3 00
James West, 400 3 00
Samuel Steel, 400 3 00
Win. Steel, 400 3 00
Samuel Canon, 420 21 3 15
Abinham Deane, 395 60 2 96
Samuel Marshall, 400 1 GO
Robert Caldwell, 400 3 36
John Fulton, 400 0 00
John Galbraith, 400 • 3 00
Joseph McCune, 400 3 00
George Wice, 400 1 60
Robert G. Stewart, 23 92
Mishit Shoemaker, 100. 12 00
Robert Young, 353 . 2 83
John Kerr, 100 11 91
John Jackson, 1291 9 81
Joseph Miller, 210 79
Jane . Selig,
' Ruth Green, 400 • 3 00
Henry Green, 277 2 00
Eleazer Wallusters, 40 00 69
Wm. Smith, 402 18 00
"Mary Kennedy & Hugh
Coen, 319 9 56
dohs S. Isett, 294 8 81
James McMillin, • 450 64 1 71
... _ _ .
Peter Wertz, 411 80 1 54
Benjamin Brown, 240 120 2 14
Daniel Mindle, 375 1 44
`lttnnel Kennedy, 414 k 2 85
W.. J, Patterson, 175 35
. .. .
Nathan C rd, 420 102 3 36
J. Ord, (part in Dublin) 450 1 31
Samuel Caldwell, 0 14
Stacy Ywing, 411 130 2 07
Simon Potter, iiss 129 2 63
John Polon., 114 10 3 10
Adam Clow, 431 30 • 324
‘l , ,orge Truman, 395 113 2 06
Joha Caldwell, 314 31 1 38
Wm. Anderson, 150 4 15
- 'Tod Township,
Jacob Creaawlll, 107 86
do. do. 80 68
.du. do. 30 1 20
Vin. Spring, 400 5 30
Benjamin' Price, (part) 200 1 GO
Lierry Alimander, 400 3 20
Daniel Noweninor, 104 7 00
Smul.llarkly It Win. \V.
lid wnn Is, 400 19 80
do. do. 400 19 20
Isaac Huston, 400 98 18 00
Nancy pavis, 401) 13 97
Henry Roads, 55 27 19
Cook C lCder, 111
John Singer, 43G 15 43
A. S. Russell, 70 2 20
\Vm. Shrill', 439 12 82
Philip Wirer, 833 10 31
Benjamin Rush, 400 12 06
Philip Stein, ' 400 12 68
Jonathan Junes 400 12 06
Owen Jones, 400 12 06
Thom. Dor'ito., an n 01
456 13 23
Dr. S. I%lowati,
Richard Mowain t 432 12 76
Wm. Mowan, 418 12 47
James Mowau, 3M 9 89
IMac Mowan, :194 10 GO
Thomas Mowan, 39h 14 70
Francis Mowan, 448 8 05
Sally Chambers, 431 14 64
Robert Chambers, 455 14 48
Nancy Chambers, 369 12 68
400 13 63
nobt. Callender's' heirs, 00 1 90
John Musser, 400 14 12
Robert Irvin, 347 12 29
Neal Clark, (now Amos) 150 6 75
Bernd°liar & Everhart,
(Anderson A Horton,) 100 9 05
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
Georp Buchanan, 311 24 25
Darin impsitty, :;;;; 15 50
John Chambers, 400 18 00
Joseph Brown, 175 78 75
Matthew Atkin/HMI, 400 7 60
Rezen Davis, 400 18 - 0
James Witer, 400 18 00
Samuel Cornelius, 395 8 12 53
J. Dougherty & G. W.
Speer, 439 51 19 73
du. do. 438 40 19 75
Speer & Martin, 76 77
Eliel Smith, 152 1 22
Sarah flartsock, 406 11 07
Tempy Shaffer, 250 2 00
John Freed, 400 13 72
Thomas Mitcheaer, 150 102 54 20
400 12 02
400 10 55
400 15 05
417 17 32
Dougherty & SChell ; 25 9 66
Hamilton & Evans, 39 1 16
Samuel Caldwell, 300 14 10
John Bell, 192 102 4 15
Irthur Fee, 435 109 15 78
'lobed Bell, 204 77 4 85
l'horoas 8011, 210 110 3 71
Abraham Sell, 400 78 14 40
1 rederick Sell, 4OO 78 9 40
lt °bort Fea, 181 78 848
F. Amon Sills, 420 11 18
I eujamin Elliott, 37 18 3 39
brnm Morrison, 400 78 15 60
J oseph Morrison, 400 78 14 41
Win. Barrick, 200 7 20
:obit Covenhoveo, 288 69 11 51
I ,anse Morrison, 87 3 2:
'elm Patton, 437 18 16 47
am l. Caldwell, 100 13 5
1 Halm Shoemaker, 183 16
%. tn. Mitchenor, 337 24 64
homes Mitchenor, 428 23 15
J Jackson, 129 f 9 89
The following real estate upon which person.
f 1 property enough cannot be found sufficient
tt pay the taxes, returned by the several col.
ctors, is charged with the charged with the
it xes thereon assessed fur the years 1855 and
11156, will be sold as unseated lands, in pursu
e .ice of the directions of the forty-first section
of the act of Assembly, entitled ..‘llll act to re
duce the State Debt, and to incorporate the
Pennsylvania Canal and Railroad Company,"
approved the 20th of April, 1844:
J. Fa Cpttrell, 8 1 50
Wm. Blaehanan's Estate, 260 3 72
Jas. Russ' Estate, 90 5 50
Jas. Drake's Estate, 10 1 25
Wise u Buchanan, 10 • 4 90
Fisher & l‘leMurtrie, 240 3 12
Allen Green, 153 1 41
Porter Wilson, 14
Wilson at Mifflin, 50 1 60
John Henry, 100 2 80
.T. Murshall's Heirs, 8 50
Hobert Ramsey, 82 . 200
Henderson J. Wharton, 100 1 75
Jesse Conies, 370 4 66
A, Lane's heirs et n 1 448 1 42
Patterson's Heirs, 150 34 48
11. Pike & J.Gardner 1100 1 93
o matoun Tilllll2lED
June 13, 1857.
A HOMESTEAD FOR $lO.
In the "Gold Region" and oilier portions of
Virginia, the following Farina and Buil
ding Lots, in Shares, to wit:
1 Farm 100 twins, gold mind is 100 arms.
4 Farms of 60 acres each, me 250 "
25 " 40 " 1000 "
70 " 20 '• 1400 "
150 " 10 " 1000 ‘•
250 " 5 t/ 1250 "
500 " 3 ti It 1000 ‘.
250 Build'g lots A. sta. and sq. 710 "
1350 " " 1003100 " 925 "
2500 . 50x100 `• 925
5000 . " 25x100 `• 950 .
10,000 Shares, amounting to 10,000 tic's.
Certificates of the above Shales, (with Bonds
for the immediate execution and delivery of the
Dcetiv,) have been enclosed in 10,000 envelopes,
exactly alike, and sealed; which, after being
well mixed up, have been numbered on the out
si.le from l to 10,000 inclusive, so that no one
knows the contents of any particular envelope.
They will be sold nt $lO each, without reference
to what they contain, and sent to ally one ma
king application, Unexceptionable Titles will
in all cases be given.
The largest Farm. containing a Gold Mine is
valued at $30,000, and the smallest sized Build
ing Lots have been selling at $lO each. Hun
dreds have already been sold upon these terms.
Whilst all stand the same chance of getting the
Farms, every purchaser is guaranteed one of
these lets et least. Every other purchaser is
bound to get one of at louse double its size and
value. Every fourth purchaser one of at least
quadruple its size and value. Whilst every
tenth purchaser a ill get II form ranging in value
front $2OO up to $BO,OOO. These farms and
Lots etc sold so cheap to induce settlements, a
sufficient number bring reserved, the increase
in the value of which will compensate for did'
present sacrifice. The net proceeds are to be
applied to local improvements, such as Schools,
Factories, Mills, &e. Any number of Shares
can be taken by individuals,—to secure a Farm
W.° at least ten shares. The certificates can
be obtained by pitying one-hull; and the Deeds
by paying theother half.
707000 Acres of Land, in large or small
tracts can also be had at privata sale, and upon
the must reasonable terms. Slower it is high
ly improved. Agents are wanted everywhere
to sea these lands. Liberal inducements will be
given. For full particulars apply to
Port Royal, Caroline co: Va,
TO BE GIVEN AWAY 1
All or the Splendid
with rich Gilt Frames, now on exhibition at
NO. 618 BROADWAY.
The proprietors of this beautiful collection
of paintings are also owners of a large tract of
land lying in the flourishing village of Cedar
Creek, Va., 00 miles by railroad from Wash
ington, and in the humediato vicinity of the cel
Sulphur. Iron and Alma fi rings,
andfor their e ffi cacy in the cure of Bronchial
and Cutaneous Diseases.
This land, upon which have been erected A
STONE FLOUR MILL, 2 SAW MILLS and
15 DWELLINGS, at an expense of from
$5OO to $5,000 each, they now offer for sale
In alternate lota.
The Price of Each Lot is $lO,
for which a Warranty Deed, free and clear of
incumbrance is given, Together with one of
the Oil Paintings on Exhibition which alone
is worth the sum paid, and would adorn any
get.tleman's parlor, whilst the Lot may con.
min one of the Buildings above named.
Pamphlets containing a Map, and explaining
more fully the motive, and object to be attained
by making this apparent sacrifice of a portion
of their property, can be seen at the office of
Parties remitting by mail will receive theft
deeds by return poet, and their Pictures by
uch conveyances as they may direct. They
will be particular in sending their orders to
name the County and State in which they re
side, as it is necessary, fur us to forward the
pictures without delay.
A building loan will be made to those desi
ring it, equal to one half the cost of the build
ing to be erected.
Bank notes should be enclosed in prose nee
of tho Post Master, in order to avoid risk.
• LUCAS, BOWEN & CO.,
No. 618 Broadway, New York.
REFEItENCES RESPECTING TIME TO ABOVE NA:
Francis IL Upton, Attorney at Law, 68
Wall street, New York City.
Phillip Williams, Esq., Attorney at Law,
E. It. b'Ainereau. Attorney at Law, 68
Wall street, New York.
Apr. 7, '6B;-31u.
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some Engravings. Price only .13.
'This work will ho found to contain an im-
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worship of all religious denominations, both
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different creeds, and gives their religious views
and doctrines without any bias on his part.
This will he tho means of rendering. the work
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in the library of every fantily..—Clithtioa
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224 Nth., See'd. St.
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price to the Publishers.
April 29, '5B. •
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NICHOLAS' BANK NOTE
REPORTER, ISSUED FROM
NO. 70 WA LL STUEET NEW YORK.
TS the most correct and reliable work of the
kind ever published. It is the only Repor
ter publ jutted in NVall street, and contains n
list of all the Banks in the United Stares and
Monthly Rep?mar (with Cuiu Chart and Pus•
Semi-Monthly 2 00
To every yearly subscriber is given a mag
Coin Chart of Thirty Six Pages,
which contains beautifully engraved foe similes
of all the coins in the world.
Pit - Numerous Frauds a,7
having been practised upon the community, by
the publishers of certain Bank Note Reporters
having quoted as good, numerous fraudulent
and swindling oinks, miscalled Banks, the
publishers of this,
The Only Reliable Reporter,
call attention to the following first class
NEW YORK.--lluniel Drew, Banker; Morris
Ketchum, Marine Bank, U. S. Life Insurance
Company, J. Eldie, Secretare; Howard Fire
Insurance Company—J. T. Skidmore; Pres,
Caleb 0. Halstead, Pres. Manhattan Bank;
Manhattan Life Insurance Cotnphny, C. Y.
Wen)ple, Seely; Mechanics' Bank, G. De An
gelis, Cashier; Goo. Weld, Cashier Williams
burgh City Bank.
N. B.—We buy at our office all money at
the prices quoted in the Reporter. We also
pay special attention to the purchase and sale
of LAND WARRANTS.
A. NICHOLAS & CO.. Hai:kers,
No. 70 Wall street, New York City
Apr. 7, '5B:-3m.
SPLENDID RAG CARPET for 371 cts. per
yard at the cheap more of
Figura & McMuirrara.
LADIES' COLLARS & UN DERSLEEVR
la great varlet at the obeli store or
B. P. INIVIN.
PURE CATAWRA BRANDY.
Having received the sole agency of A. F
Hazard Co., Druggists, Philada., fur the sale
of the Brandy for Huntingdon county, we con•
fidently offer it to the public as a pure ni,d un
adulterated article as the following certificate
. . _
Clanzied luspecior'd Office,
28 Sixth St., between Walnut an Vine,
Cincinnati, March, 1857.
This will certify thut f lotve this day Mer,
ted two separate lots of Cata•.vha Brandy m u ,
in Ilarrek and one in Bottle, manufactured by
Lauritze Lyon, and sold by hi:: Sole A g eet„l.
Jacob, at the Depot. No. P 9 opposite the Ilur
net Hens, and 113 West Third Street, Cinch,
nati, and find then both pure and free fl
all poisonons or deleterious arugs. and ots sue!'
haoe marked the same, rt 4 the 1;;; directs. (ii
yen tinder my hood it my (Alice. [signed.]
lIIRAM COX, M. D.,
Inspector of Aleholie Liquors, s.
Mao Jr/y 28, 18.17.
Dear Sir :—I hove received a bottle of Lyons' I
Duel Ohio Catawba Brandy, furnished b 1• Mr.
A. Ralston. Jr., of Lockport, N. Y., fi r tinily
zation, and I find it to contain null• thole
gredients which exist in pure Brandy. 'fix
proportion of Alcohol obtained from it Is .17,00.
I believe this isunple to be pine lirtuolv with
out adulteration—the flavor or it is
and peenli4e. JAMES H. CIIII.TON, M. If.,
The 01110 CATAWBA BRANDY not
only comill, but even excels the best imported
Brand sin purity and flavor. It is in fact the
Best. :;randy lomv.m. This statement is fully
corroborated by the certificates of 'army of our
most 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 or such quality as to supersede
the sale and one of those vile compounds ldth.
veto sold under the name of Brandy, con only
be regarded as a great public good. The Ca•
tawlta Brandy possesses all the good qualities
claimed for the best imported Liquor, and in of
perfect purity awl superior (favor. It in tl•ere•
fore fully entitled to the patronage of the
lie. We feel confident that. its reception in
this State will he as that whinlr it han met with
in the Great West, and that the time in nut fir
distant, when the superiority of oar 011 . 11
quern will put an end to their importation from
abroad. In Medicinal purposes this Broody
has no rival, and has lout; been needed.
VD...ft is a Sovereign' and Sure Remedy for
Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Low Spirits, Languor,
ALSO VOL SALE,
Eshelbyls Celebrated Still and
These Wines are made in the neighborhood
of Cincinnati. and are guarantied to be the
pure juice of the•G rape. and ore eminenily cal•
voluted for invalid.:, and persons alto require a
gentle slim tdaet, and fin. Sacramentol purposes
or as a beverage n til be found equal, if not su
perior. to the best imported.
Retail Price for Brandy and Wines, $1,25
per (Inert Bottle.
littoral discount mode to the trade..4ss
Address JOHN READ, Druggist.
Feb.l 7.'5 t3.•3m.
Ohambersburg to Mt, Union
T susP ; l 7: r
Chanthersburg and Alt, Union, cannot he but
disadrantageons to a large ,eetion of the coon
try, has, at a considerable expense and trouble
made arrangements to run a line of Stages
Tri-weekly between the two points Good
Horses and comfottable Stages 'have been pla
ced on the route, and experienced and trusty
drivers will superintend the running of the •
Coaches. The proprietor of the line is disirous
that it he maintained, and he therefore calls
upon the public generally to patronize it, confi
dent that it will be fur their mutual advantage.
Every attention necessary will be given, and
the running of the Stages will be regalia,
tar Stases leave 31t, Union, crony Tuesday
Thursday, and Saturday evenings, arriving at
Chanihersintrg the next day nt 2 o'clock. Re
turning, leave Clutinbersburg, the same night
at 10 o'clock, arriving at Mt. Union the neat
cowing in time or the cars. Between Mt, Un
ion and Shade Gap the line trill ho daily.
eirFare through $3 ; to intermediute points
in proportion. JOHN JAMISON.
Jan. 20th, 1838.—tf.
Dr. liardman, Analytical Physician.
Physician for Diseases of the Lungs, Throat
and Heart—Formerly Physician to the
CINCINNATI MARINE HOSPITAL, also
to INVALIDS RETREAT,
Author of "Letters - o Invalids," IS COMING.
See following Card.
Dr. Hardman, Physician for disease of tho
Longs,(formerly . ‘cittit to Cincinnati Ma
rine ospital,) will ha in attendance at his
rooms as thilows t•
Huntingdon, Jackson's Hotel, Sunday,June ii th
Dr. H. is cuinpelled to make this month's
visit on Sunday or disappoint the sick.
Dr. Hardman treats Consumption, Bronchi
tis, Asthma, Larryngittis and all diseases or the
throat and lungs, by medical Inhalation, lately
used in the Strum. hospital, London. The
great point in the treatment of all h on. =la
dies is to get at tlie disease in the direct man
ner, All medicines aro estimated by their ac
tion upon the argon requiring relief. 'This is
the important fact upon which Inhalation in ba
sed. If the stomach is diseased we talk()
medicine directly into the stomach. lithe limp
are disensod, breathe or inhale medicated va
pors directly into the lungs. Medicines are the
antidotes to disease and should be applied to
the very seat of disease. Inhalation in the ap
plication or this principle to the treatment tn'
the lungs, for it gives us direct access to flaw
intricate air cells and tubes which lie out of
reach of every other means of administering
medicines. The reason that Consumption, and
other diseases of the lungs, have heretolbro re
sisted all treatment has been because they hail
never been approached in a direct =wrier by
medicine. They were intended to act upon the
lungs and yet were applied to the stomach.—
Their action was in temitil to be local, and yet,
they were so administered that they should nut
act constistutionally, expending immediate and
principal auction spun the unotlending stomach,
whilst the foul ulcers within the lungs were un
molested. Inhalation brings the medicine in
direct contact with the disease, without the
disadvantage or tiny violent action. Its appli
cation is simple, that it can ho employed by the
youngest infant or feeblest invalid. It does nut
Mango the stomach, onto tertbre in the least de
gree with the strength, comfort. or liminess of
the patient. _ . .
D18.91:8 THEATED.—In relation
to the following die rases, either when compli
cated with lung atteetions existing alone, I also
invite consultation. I usually final them prompt
Prohoisut and all other forms of Pomade com
plaints, Irregularities and Weakness.
Palpitation and all other forms of Heart
Disease, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, and nil
other alienates of Stomach anti bowels, &c.
All diseases of the eye and ear. Neuralgia,
Epilepsy. and all forms of nervous dibeaso.—
No uharge fur
11AIMMAN. M. 1.1
Juuo 3, 1857
To Merchants and Farmers
GROUND PLASTER can he had at the
Huntingdon Flour and Plaster Mills, in any de
sirable quantity, on and after the let day of
March, 1859. We deliver it FREE OF C/lARGH
on the cars at the ileuots of the Pennsylvania
and Broad Top Railroads.
FISHER & McMURTRIE.
Pin PER CENT INIVIEST
NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST co,
VITA LIVUT STREET,
SOUTH-WEST co.. OF THIRD,
rkEril 2 LifinaYAlLA o
Incorporated by the State of Pennsylvania.
MONEY IS RECEIVED IN ANY SUM,
holm or small, and interest paid from the
day or deposit to the day of withdrawal.
The office ot open every day from 9 o'clock
in the nutrnMg till 5 o'clock in the afternoon,
and on Monday end Thursday evenings till 8
IIoN. HENRY L. BENNER, President,
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, rice President,
WM. J. REED, Seerriarq.
DIREC't ()RS ;
Mo. Henry L. Benner, F. Carroll Brewster,
Edward L. Carter, Josrph It. Bury,
Robert L. Selliidge, Franck Lee '
Saml. K. Ashton, 1 Joseph Yerkes
C. Landreth Munns, I Remy Dieffen ' derffer,
Money is received and payments made daily
without iv tie°.
The investments are made in Real Estate
Mortgages, Ground Rents, and such el ass so,
cUriliCti as the Charter requires.
INDIAN ROOT PILLS .
▪R. MORSE, the inventor of MORSE'S !N-
U DIAN ROOT PILLS, has spent the grea
ter part Or kit hto in travelling, having visited
Enrop., Asia, end Africa, as well as North
Annwica—bas spent three years among the In
dians of our Western country—it was in this
way that the Indian (toot Pills were first die
covered. Dr. Morse woo the first loan to es•
tablish the tact that all diseases arise front Int
pnrity of the Blond—that ourstrength, heallh
and life depended upon this vital fluid.
When the various passages become clogged,
it,, not act in perfect harmony with the dif
ferent fnnetions of the body, the blood loses
it, actin, becomes thick, corrupted and di•
seas,d; thus canning all pains sickness and
distress of every name; our strength is exhaus-
ted, our health we are ,
deprived of, and if na
ture is not assisted in throwing off the stag
nant humors, the blood will become choked
and cease to net, and thus our light of life will
forever be blown out. flow important then
that we should keep the various passages of
the body free nod open. And how pleasant to
us that we have it in our power to put a medi
chic in your reach, tamely. Morse's Indian
Root Pills, nianufactured firma 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 ore made is a Sudorific, which o•
pens the pores of the skin, and assists Nature
in throwing out the finer parts of the corrup
tion within. The second is a plant which rs
an Expectorant, that opens and unclogs the
passage to the langs, and thus, in a soothing
manner, performs. Its duty by throwing, off
phlegm, and other !Imola from the lungs by
copious spitting. The third in u Diuretic,
‘,hick gives case and double strength to the
kidneys; thus tow:imaged. they draw large a—
' mounts of impurily from the blood, which is
then tlirown out isintitiftilly by the urinary or
water passage, and which conk! n: t have been
diseharged in any other way. The fourth IS
Cathartic, and aeeompatties the other prop
erties or the Pills while engaged in purifying
the blood; the. courser particles of impurity
which cannot pls.i by the other outlets, are
thus taken up and conveyed off in great gum
tines by the bowels,
Froni the above, it i, shown that Dr. Morse's
Indian Root Pills not only enter the stomach,
but become united with the blood, for they find
\VOW to every part, and completely rcut out
and eleanse the SrSiOlll from all impurity, and
the life tithe body, %%Iyll is the blood, be.
comes perfectly healthy; consequently all sick.
too end pain is drives from the system, for
they cannot remelt' when the body becomes
so Imre and clear.
The reasen why people are so tlistressed
when sick, and why so many die, is because
they do not get n medicine which will pass to
the afflicted parts, and which will open the
natural passages Inc the disease to be east out
hence, a large quantity of fond and other mat.
lee is lodged, and the stomach and intestines
are literally everflowito , with the corrupted
mass; thus undergoing disagreeable ferments.
tine, censtuntly mixing with the blood, which
throws the corrupted matter through every
vein and artery, until life is taken front the
body by disease. Dr. Morse's Pills have ad
ded to themselven victory upon victory, by re
storing millions atilt, sick to blooming health
and happiness. Yes, thousands who have
been racked or tormented with sickness, pain
net anguish, and whose feeble frames have
cen scorched by the burning elements of ra•
ging lever, and who have been brought, as it
were, within a step of the silent grave, now
.rand ready to testify that they would have
been numbered with the dead, had it not been
for thin great and wonderful medicine, Morse's
rllidiatt Itoot Alter ono or two doses
I had been ttikun, they were astonished, and ab
solutely surprised, in witnessing their charm
ing effects. Not only do they give immedi.
me ease and strength, and take away all sick
ness, puin and anguish but they at once go to
work at the foundation of the disease, which is
the blond. Therefore, it will be shown, °spec.
; by those who use these Pills, that they
; will so clean so and puri(v, that disease—that
dead[ y ccemy—will take its flight, and the
flash of youth and beauty will again return,
and 1110 prospect of a long and happy life will
clu r'sh aad, brighten your days.
CA PTlON.—Beware of a counterfeit sign.
eti A. /I, Moore. All genuine have the name
of A. .1. WHITE &CO, on each box. Also
I the 4i,Wl'llre q/ A. J. White & Cu. All oth.
ers tire spurt.
' A. J. ‘N - & CO., Sole Proprietors,
50 Leonard Street, New York.
Pr. Morse's Indian Root rills aro sold by
all dealers in Medicines
Agents wanted in every town, village
and hamlet in the land. Parties desiring tha
ag,ney will address as above for terms.
'skj-- . -• Price 25 cents per box, five boxes will
be sent on receipt of Sl, postage paid.
JOHN READ, Agent littutingclon, Pa.
MoN. Walsh. Prir.oipal.
'rids school for young Intliei and gentlemen
is probably the cheapest one of the kind in the
country. The expenses per year for hoard,
ro.nn rent, furniture, fuel and tuition in common
Engli4h aut only SS&
l'utito Music is only $3 per quarter. All
the languages and the Nnamentals are prop°,
tionally cheap. For other information address
Julio 1). Walsh, Cassville, Huntingdon Co., Pa.
The next quarter commences Monday, Jan ,
I uery 18th., 18.18.