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in the following list t
2 Packages of Gold, con'g $5OO 00 each.
5 do do do 200 00 each.
10 do do do 100 00 each.
10 Patent Lever liont'g Watches 100 00 each.
20 Gold Watches 75 00 each.
50 do 00 00 each.
100 do 50 00 eneb.
:100 LaClieb` Gold WlltellOS VU Cat!,
200 Silver Hunting Watehel 30 00 each.
500 Silver Watches 010 00 to 25 00 each.
1000 G'ld Guard, ChainBSlo 00 to 30 00 each
Gold Lockets, Bracelets, Brooches, Kw
Drops, Breast Pins, (Winn, Sleeve Button,.
Rings, Shirt Studs, Watch Keys, Gold and Sil
ver Thimbles, and a variety of other articles,
worth from 50 cents to $l5 each.
We will present to every . person sending, 0 ,
50 subscribers, $2 each, a Gold Watch, worth
$4O: to any site sending us 100 subscribers..
s2.each, a Gold Watch, worth $9O. Every
subscriber will also receive a present.
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335 Broadway, New York.
LIST OP RETAILERS.
Classification of in liontingtlon
county by the Aitiottiser of lite' eatitih. Tits,
fur the year cosmetic:lag the Ist of May, '5B
Alemutria Borough and ),i.e,
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 if. Gregory,
John N. Swoope,
Barra; I'uiva3l, ip.
Samuel \V. Myton,
John C. Couch,
James C. Walker,
Silas A. Creswell,
Eby & Co.,
Edward Green &
Casarille nod Cass Tim.
James Henderson, • .
Joseph P. Heaton,
Ileliediet Stevehs & Co.,
Own, well Township
Thomas E. thins.
limit & Swan,
Deurge A, Lyon,
A. Wareham pattern,
J. H. Shoenberger,
Fisher & Idelfurtrie,
.1 1 1( 1 A 1,4 StrAlltie,
P. 161 P. Gain,
Dyid 1).11 &
.1. 111.'111 & Cu
Miller & Lung,
Live S NleDivitt,
Joseph I:et , er,
Gutman & C.
L. A S. Weaver,
Jackson. 21,te it 371 ip.
Freedom Iron Company,
Hobert V. Stewart,
'Wm. 11. Harper,
tleorge 11. Steloer,
W. C ralins.
lrein & Green,
l!,. •y Strouse,
kiirley reel,. anti .hi: ley.,l,urg
W. A. Fraker,
D. S. Umbenour k Co.,
Bare & McLaughlin.
Doyle, Foust & Doyle,
William B. Leas,
Rickets & Booker,
J. G. Liglitiwr,
14 7 00
1.1 7 00
11 7 00
12 12 GO
13 10 00
13 10 OD
13 10 00
13 10 00
.1. H. Blair & Co,,
D. S. Berkstresser,
B. 11. Powell,
Orbison & Bare, 14 7
Megahan & Moore, 14 7 00
Joseph Douglass, 14 7 00
Warriormak Imp. and Birmingham Bor.
James Clark & Son, 13 10 00
F. M. Bell, 14 7 00
George Gayer, Jr., 14 7 00
S. Fox, 14 7 00
John H. Thompson, .14 . 700
West hip. and Petersburg Borough.
Benjamin Hartman, 14 7 00
J. Cresswell & Soo, 14 7 00
Samuel D. Milton, 14 7 00
elobu It. Hunter, 14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
Joseph Johnston, 4 • 500
W. I'. AioNit, 4 5 00
Fisher ik MeMuririe. 'J 25 00
John . hoeld r, 9 25 00
Fisher & :1101111111e, 1.1 7 00
Classification of Eating Houses tinder the dth
Bee. of the late License Law.
Hoary Africa, 0 10 00
George Thomas, 10 00
Christian Snyder. 8 10 00
13c11 7 Ourret,P)!!
Hit tit i ti litttrtu4,
\V Mimi) Stunin,tl,
An appeal will be held by the undersigned at
any time up to the 15th day of July, at t h e
Commissioners' Office. Persons wishing to
appeal will plots,. apply within the time pre
scribed, as the late prohibits any appeal after
that time. HENRI' W. MILLER,
Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes.
Notice ii hereby given that all livensra not
lifted preview to or tinting the tir,usti Court,
will be left is the halide of a Jnatiett or the
Pence for collection. F. 11.
1 .1) Lit . J 3. AILIP.IIO.O
A HOMESTEAD FOR $lO.
In Ike "Gold Ile , rion". and other portions of
Virginia, the following Farms and Bail- Lewis lgow.
. ding Lots, in 811111'014, to wit • 1, •"110 Ilnwl.inn.
1 Flll . lll 100 news, gold mine is 100 ame,
4 Fdrios orno acres each, are 250 '•
25 40 " ••• Inn, <4 ,
70 • " 2,1 ‘• • 11 0 0 o Andrew Bell,
150 " 10 " t a m ‘• ' datnes Flfe,
4• 1250 " dames ‘Vatson,
500 " 3 ' 4 •. 1000 s• •
250 nuiltrg lots lA. sts. and sq „ 7to ••
I - Mvid
131',0 " " t ‘•
2:1 11 0 s• \I 00 '•
5000 " •• '_':.xloo ss `-'•ateuel
e aid Nash,
10,0011 Shares, numunting 10,0110
• Cenitleates of the above Shares. (win 11.0ds
for the immediate exec olon and deliver, ot the 1
. 1101,1,011 ,
Deeds.) have heen er,elte.ed in 10,0011 , m, , •.I,k H
exaetly nth; seale,ll i:,...-,••••1;.
well 11,;01 , 1 11:., 111110 11 , 011111, ,• .• • • .• • ,••
Si•le fro., I in 11010011161 , 10, ••1 1 )1,1 11:111,14.
I,IIIIWS the elt o elOpe• 11:11 . 1 . 1ek,
"I hey will lie sold at $lO emit. w . ititout reference ~,
to what tl.es so.it to :y Co nin,
king application, Unexevpii mettle l'.l l .cs will
in all eases he given.• S.• • .•
The large,t Farm. containitt 0 Cio: I , , ,
valued of $30,000, and the smallest ,ized
log Lots have been selling at $lll nod,. y„ :ii
1 11,11 s leave already !wen sold upon these tenns. i Andrew Sell,
Whilst all stand the same eltanee of getting the I John Sell,
Farms, every purchaser is guaranteed 411113 a!
• these tuts at lona. Every “ther•porom,,e, i; A , ,
bound in get one or et. !east ,4100 1111.1 •
value. Every fourth Imre:laser one of sit lent • ," 111. "" 1 ' 11 "' el "
quadruple its size Fool NVittlst every Isltac (.it'd' tin,
tenth towel astir will gel tt farm ranging in value 1 T llllll O l,l 600011 t
from 5200 up to $30,000. 'These farms Hal 1.1.10 1 (.4. 011 ,
Lots sire Foil' sit cheap to induce ,ettlements, a John Evans,•
mon l mr beii,g reserved, the invrease Joshua Cole,
lin the ;Atte I,l ' w !deli will compensate for the Thomas Green, sew
present The net proeeeds ore to he z ne i lar i a t, ci moe y,
0 1 .1,1 , ,i !,k Galbraith,
• ;:e. Any number of Shares c
•., ,ecure a Farm
T.; 4` •• .1 1111 •1-lit - 4. 4,1 . 1 1 111 . .1t , 12111 . 1
••• !•• 11:1•. ; ; , • 11, ',tit . . 111111 11,' DeedS
to on 1
10 0 •
•"'""' Titus Harvey,
• . • 111,,,, Ceorge Wilson,
. , - •
BE 611 V:\ !
All %)I' ,11,•lia
A. I'. Knipp, 174 140
with rich. Gilt Frames, now on exhibition at p eury Gams, 40 '
BUENA DIVOIIII GALLMBar, John Fritz, 4/
TKO. OIS BMW. DIV 1,9'. Jan Whitehead, 8
TO BE Hopewell Township.
GIVEN AWX \ V . John Herring, '37
- . .• Abram Levi, 200
The proprietors a this beautiful codeetton Adnin 1,,,,i, 205
of paintings are also own, sof a large tram of .__ Levi, 207
land lying in the fl ourishing village of Cedar :''"'), '
Crevk, Vu., 00 miles by railroad Nun VVasit. Sarah
. Le vi,.... , - ,
inlet, and in the immedime vicinity of the eel- I . ) . v hd S- b.ler, 106
clewed Cowed Elerring, 200
Sulphur. iron and Alum Spri n gs, Peter Herring, 210
noted for their ellieacy in t'.- runt ~f Bombed Hannah Herring, 97
and Cutaneous Disease., Peter Wiison, 223
This hunt, upon which have been . retell A I nane 1 1 / 4 ',,,,epter, 174
ST , tNE FLO tit )11 LL. 1 SAW MILLS mai I Benjamin Shoemaker, 202
15 DWELLINI7S, at an expense cdf from Samuel D av i s , 240
$5OO to sa,tmo emit, t bry maw utter tor sale i 1., Rumbler,lBo
in alternate lots. Catered Limes, . 20
The Price of' Each Lot is $lO, Henry Bates, 200
for whidi a Warranty Deed, free and clear of I Jackson Township.
innunbrunee is given, Together with one of Th omas Partner, 400
the iel Paintings on Exhibition, which attune Jacob Hiltzheimer, 416
is worth the sum paid, and would adorn any George Obeyer 400
get.fietnan's parlor, whilst the Lot may eon. ninary Maker, 413
tam one et the Buildings above mimed.
Pamphlets mom ti tt ing a Map, and explaining ;1„.1,'""'1,11r11! 400
more tally the motive, and object to he attained ."01.08 R alston,
by making this apparent sacrifice of a portion David Ralston 400
attack property, can be seen at the office ur Ephrabn Jones, 400 .
this paper. Jonathan Priestly, 437 63
Parties retnitting by mail will receive their Robert Johnston, 400
deeds by return post, and their Pictures by Charles Caldwell, 400
uch conveyances as they may direct. They •Jaunes Deane, 422 115
will be particular in seething their orders to Ileury Canon, 400
name the County and State in which they re- I John Adams, 400
side, as it is necessary, for us to forward the Henry West, 400
pictures without. delay. Alexander- Johnston, 400
A building loan will lie made to those desi• Hugh Johnston, 400
ring it, equal to one hair the cost of the build- Thomas McCune, 900
ing to be erected. John Russell, 400
Bank notes should be enclosed in presence John Ralston, 400
of the Post Master, iu order to avoid risk. James ‘Vest, 400
Address, Samuel Steel, 400
LUCAS, OIOWEN A CO., Wm. Steel, 400.
No. 618 Broadway, New York. Samuel Canan, 420 24
REPERLNCES RESPECTING 'MIX TO /MITE NA samueokroia, 395 69
Robert Caldwell, 400
John Fulton, 400
John Galbraith, 400
Joseph McCune, 400
George Wice, 900
Robert G. Stewart, • 23
7 ' 0
Francis 11. Upton, Attorney at Law, 68
Wall street, New York City.
Phillip Williams, Esq., Attorney at Law,
E. H. L'Amereau. Attorney at Law, 68
IVall street, New York.
Apr. 7, '5B:-3m,
An opportunity offers fur an active Business
Man who con command a Capital of 515.000
to 520.000, to take the place of a RETIRING
SILENT Partner in a well established PllO
- COMMISSION HOUSE h BALTI
MORE. The Business is at this time in a
highly prosperous condition.
Address with real name "Produce Commis
sion Merchant, Baltimore.
3 10 00
WHEREAS, By nu net athe General Assetti•
bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
entitled 'An art to amend (Intact directing the
mode greening tomato/ land /ht taxers and
otlier purposes,' passed Ifttlo Moirch, 1,15, and
the other tuts, upon the subject, the 'freest:.
revs of the several Counties within this Com•
tnonwealth, are directed to commence on the
2d Monday in June, in the year 18111, and at
the expiration of every two years therenfter.
and adjourn from day to day, Wit he necessary
to do so, and mdse nubile sale of the whole or
any part of such tenet of unseated land. situ•
ate in tho proper county, no will pay the nr
rearages °Me taxes which shall then have re.
=tined due or unpaid for the space of one
year linfore, together with all costs necessarily
accruing by reason, of such dolloquoney,
Therefore, 1. (F. 11. Lane.) 'Treasurer of the
comity of litontiugdon, du hcueby give notice.
that npon the foliuwing tracts of unseated
lan'', situate as hereinafter described, the sew
oral soma stated are the .rettrages of taxeo,
respectively. due and unpaid for one year; and
that in pursuance of the direction of the afore•
solid act of Assembly, I shall on Monolay. the
1.14110 day of June, next, at the Court lionise,
in the borough of Ifuntingdon, commence the
Public Sale of the tubule or any part (A ouch
tracts of unseated lands. upon which, all or
any part of the taxes herein specified shall
then be due and continue such sale by ad•
joournonent until all the tracts upon which the
taxes shall remain due or unpaid, be sold
F. IL LANE,
9 25 00
8 10 00
8 10 00
Treas. of Hunt. co., Pa.
Treasurer'n Often, 1
April Ist.. 1858 J •
Amount rf tax. due and unpaid ott 11 u fol
lowing traria qr Unseated Lands, up to and
including the year 1,456.
Or Owner. Acres, Perch
W. Shanunn & Ash, 597 132
Goo. Bingham, ,133 6:1
Win. l'rowiinv,r, 150
.101:n A. Wright & Co., 350
C. Newingintin, 400
.14,1!n Callan, 92 20 13 30
.h,lin !'ureter, (Hook) 11 1 07
.1 MV:n11:111!: l'orilion, 100 % 19 40
~...- ) 1, , ..1u11aw1, 39 17 7 34
V, :,. i ',rd.., 30 9 12
1,...,.; C.:ltlwell, 40 6 04
Elisha Shoemaker, 100
Robert Young, 353
John Kerr, 100
.John Jackson, 1231
Pe' tr Shutl:l.,
Mary Kennedy & Hugh
• CUCII, 819
John' S. 'sett, 294
.Intncs McMillin, 156 '64
Pater Wert., 411 SO
Benjnot Brown, 210 120
Daniel Shiedle, :175
'3ont eel Kennedy, 411 i
W. & .1, Putterson, 175
Nathan Ord, • • 420 102
J. Ord, (part in Dublin) 120
Samuel Caldwell, 9
Stacy Young, 411 150
Juenb Cremwell, 107
do. do. 00
do. do. 30
Wm. Spring., 400
linnininin Price. (port) 200
llerry Al xnndcr, 400
I)anit4 Newenowr. 100
Sam!. Moldy & AV
A. S. Pas ell, 70
Philip Wager, 333
Benjamin Rush, 400
Philip Slain, 400
Jonathan Jones 400
()wen Jnnes, 400
Thomas Demon, 371
Dr. S. Mowan, 456
Wm. Mowan, 41R
James Mowan, 3:10
Tlaona,, Mowan, 390
FrallelA Mowan, 440
Sally Chambers, . 431
Flob,rt Chambers, 455
Nanny Chambers, 369
Samuel Claunbers, 405
James Chambers, 400
Itola. Callender's heirs, 70
John Musser, 400
Hobert Irvin, :;47
Neal (lurk, (now Amos) 150
Bartaluilar 0 Everhart,
(Anderson & Ilorton,) 100
John P. Baker, 150
J. S. Stewart. • 15
Jtaisahan llouston, 41)0
Martin Michael, 27
Jonathan Pew, 100
John Philips, 390
David Lniosley, 353
Joseph Brown, 175
Itezon 1 •100
Juno, IVit,r, 400
S;onto•I l'orn;iin,, • 395
.1. I,onglwriy & li. IV.
do. do. 4:10
261 1 lo
:4 , 3 las
ti.pocr & Nlariin, 76
Etiel Smith, 152
Surali Ilarisock, 400
Te,py ShatT,r, 250
Oul, Freed, 400
Thunats Mitelicaer, 150 I'2
,tuba Blau, 400
1\ tn. Blau, 400
Julin Murphy, 400
Michael Marti., 417
I)utigherty & Schell ; 25
1 Ilamilton h Evans, 30
Samuel Caldwell, 300
lulus Bell, 192 102
\rthur Pro, 435 109
iobert Bell, 204 77
rhowas Dell, 210 110
A breham Sell, 400 78
I rederick Sell, 400 78
obert Fen, 181 78
olomon Sills, 420
enjamin Lllioft, 97 19
Imun Mot rison, 400 78
oseph Mori ison, 400 78
m. Bat•rick,, 200
. oho Covenhoven, 288 69
I nose Morrison, 87 •
'Ain Patton, 437 18
uml. Caldwell, 100
- I Bobo Shoemaker, 183
'1 homes Mitchenor, •1 2 _8
.I.thii Jackson, 1291
The following real estate upon which person
I property enough cannot be found sufficient
ic pay the taxes, returned by the several col.
Mors, is charged with the charged with the
it xes thereon assessed for the years 1855 and
I 'l5O, will be sold as unseated lands, in purse
: •ice of the directions of the tiatyfirst seethen
of the act of Assembly, entitled "an act to
duce the State Debt, and to incorporate the
Pennsylvania Canal nod Railroad Company,"
approved the 20th of April, 1844:
J. F. Cottrell,
Win. Buchanan's Estate, 266
Jai.. Ross' Estate, 90
Jos. Drake's Estate, 10
Wise St Buchanan, 10
Fisher A: Alailurtrie, 240
Allen Green, 153
Porter Wilson, 14
Eliza Boise, 4/1
J. Murshall's Heirs, 8 56
Robert Ramsey, 82 2 00
Henderson J. Wharton, 100 1 75
Jesse Coates, 370 4 66
A, Lane's heirs et al 448 1 42
Patterson's Heirs, 150
P. B. Pike & J. Gardner 1100
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l'rofessor 0. J. Wood.
Buffoxvitmo, Massachusetts, Jan. 12, 1855.
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W i it t It & Woprictors, 3D2 Broadway
N. Y., & 114 Market Ft., St. Louis, Missouri.
Sold in Ilitjatingabin by Joust READ, and 11.
MeMainuim„ and by Druggists everywhere.
Feb. 10.1858.-3 m.
NO. 10 WALE STREET NEW TORK.
s the most correct end reliable work of the
kind ever tothlished. It is the only Repor
ter y 10.11,110 is Wall street. old contains n
list (doll the Banks in the United States and
rinM3R-116 1 .1CtEi
Monthly Reporter (with Coot Chart and Pos
tage ore-paid) $1 00
Senti-Motoloy 2 00
To every yearly subscriber is given a mag
100 2 80
A SPLENDID •NEW COOK STOVE for
sale nt this office; it is calculated to burn wood
LADIES COLLARS, news -t strles in ?rent
variety at the 11 KritUrotrran.
TOOTS Se SHOES, HATS & CAPS, the
P largest stock ',or brought to town, are Bell
i 93 ng very cheap by Fromr.n& McMcnrittz.
GAR IKER, Aldine. June 22, 1855,
NICHOLAS' BANK NOTE
REPORTER, ISSUED FROM
Coin Chart of Thirty Six rages,
whirl. contains heantilldly engraved lac similes
oral! tiro rains ill the world.
boring, been practised upon the community, by
the publishers ()remain Bank Note Reporters
having quoted as good,' numerous fraudulent
and swindling affairs, miscalled Banks, the
publishers of this,
The Out) Reliable Reporter,
call attention to the following first class
NEw Yona.—Daidel Drew, Banker; 'Morris
Ketchum, Marine Bank, U. S. Lire Insuran co
rompany..l. SVCIT1111 , ; Howard Fire
Insurance Coptitaay—j. 'l. Skidmore, Pres,
Caleb 0. Halstead, Pres. Manhattan Bank;
Manhattan Lire Insurance Company, C. Y.
Wonple, See'y; Mechanics' Bank, Cr. De An
gelis, Cashier; Deo. Field, Cashier Williams
burgh City Bank.
N. ll.—We buy at ono office all money at
the ;wives quoted in the Reporter. We also
pay special attention to the purchase and sale
of LAND WARR \ NTS.
A. NICIItiI.AS & CO.. Bankers,
No. 75 Wall street, New York City
Apr. 7, '5B:-3m.
QPLENDID RAG CARPET fur 371 ets. per
yard at the cheap storo of
Fietton & MeMut:TRIE.
AWARDED flii — JiiiilTVlE4o B OFFICE
AT THE I,IE FAIR, FOR
"r3E-IM 13M Stir
We request those ut our sult,r.l...rs who re•
eive their papers, to inf•rui us of those in their
immediate neighborhoods who are subscribers
to the "Journal," nod have failed to receive
the same, since the stealing of our pack-hook,
by ruffians on the fld of February.
WIII,AT AN It COHN wonted at this
eke. Thosa having either can dispose of the
saute by calling so..
Having bought afant ''CAlt i) • PHESS," we
are now prepared to print in the prcportion ul
three cards in the same time that any other
press in the county can print one, consequent•
' I y we can print them cheaper—if not done well
we make no charge at all. We ask your pa
- 00011 - t - TOVE.
PUDE CATAB BA BRANDY.
Haying received the sole agency of A. F
Hazard & Co.. Druggish4, Phihula., for the sale
of the 'lnlay for Huntingdon county, we con
fidently offer it to the public as a pure and un
adulterated article as the following certificate
28 Sixth St., between %Viilnut nud Vine
Cincinnati, March, 1857,
This will certify (tint 1 hare this day inspec
ted two separate lots of Catnwha Ilrnody
in Barrels and one in noltle,
Lanritze Lyons. and sold ht his Solo .1.
Jacob. at the Depot. No. 99 opposite the Bur
net House. nod MI West Third Street, Cincin
nati, and find them both pure and free from
nll poisonous or deleterious drags. and as such
barn marked the same, on the law directs. Gi
ven under my hood nt my °Hire. [signed.]
HIRAM COX M. D.,
Inspector of Alcholie Liquors, &e,
NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST CO:
WA EN ITT S'I'LIETyr,
W•1'11-1VI,T OPIINI:1; or TIMID,
' 1 ) :ITEL.A 1 1 1 21 . P1112 ,)
11,Nlipotaleil by Iht. Stale I,fl ) ,,,nsylvania.
A ToNEI IS RECEIVED IX ANY SUM,
1 ,1 1:1,1! or Small. end interest paid from the
d.,, o' .1,,09it to the day of .ithdrnwnl.
TlJe ,lliee Is open every tiny frbm 9 o'clock
;1} fl,” mm.oint; till 5 "'clod: in the efterupen,
and 1.11 ,4,dnitty and Ther , :day evenings till 0
'lux. HENRY 1,. BENNLIL President.
I:M.1E11•I' SFl,l , l2llttil.:, rice Alsident,
i WM. J. ItliElt. ~,,,,,,,,,,
llon:Ilem . y 1. Benner, F. Carroll Brewster,
Edwaid U. Carter. Joseph B. Tl•orry,
ltobert L. Selfridge, , Francis Lee,
Sand. K. A , ht,,n.Joseph Yorkel,
~ .C. Lamhoth Cones, llenry Dietrenderlfer,
—l.-. ch t .a,kt. ! Money is nmived and payments made doily
Tile 01111) CATANYBA BRANDY not without 0,ii,..,
..Vetv Fitt*, frig 28, 1857.
Dear Sir :—I have received a bottle of 1.y0n , ,
Punt Ohio Catawba Brandy, furaiihtql by )ir.
A. li n i s toa, .1,, of Lod:port, N. Y.. ror amity.
zalion, and I find it to 'contain only those in
greilie . nts Whirls exist in pure Patnaly. The
proportion of Alcohol obtained from it in 47.00.
I believe this 'sample to be pine Brandy w•ith-
out adaltcration—tile 11,vot: of it is delicate
and peculiar. JAMES R.
only but even excels the lies! itnport,tl
13rand s in purity and flavor. It in in bet the
Best lir:may known. This statenwni is folly
eorrul nriti!!(l' by the certilivat
III:lpy V! ' I/II:
• . _
most distinguished analytical Clionisis, some
,r 1 x. 3„ MORSLI!S
of which accompany this circular.
The want of PURE BRAND,' has long INT)IkN 1100 T PII 1 S
hero (iota in Ibis country, and the introduction I )1 •
of an article of such quality as to supersede ' nif • M liZSli, the inveslor of ill SE'S IN
AA , ~, o f t h ose v ih, com p oun d, hid,. 1j DIA N ROOT ill 1,1,5. has spent the ores
erto sold under the home Rsandv, can only ler part of his hie in travelling, having v i s it e d
be regarded as a great puiclie good. The Ca. • Europe, Asia. and Africa, as well as North
tawba Brandy possesses all the good qualities ! America--has spent three years onto, the I n .
claimed for the best imported Liquor, and is of i dians of our Western country we.' in this
perfect purity awl superior flavor. It is 11 , ere• I way that the fedi. Elora Pills wer e fir,:t di,.
fulls emitted t t he
pat Ming, n i• th e pub. I covered. Dr. 'Morse was din first MSS to•es•
lie. •We feel confident that its reception in t
.a.J.is.l the last that all dis e a,,,, arise f ro „,
this State will he as that whieh it has toot with 131°';11—fhfit oar sfreeeflt, health
in the Great West, tel that the time is not Lie ' and lilt depended upon this vital fluid.
distant, when the superiority of our own Wits.. the vsrl"ti -3 be''"" l "
roots will put nit end lo their importation froto and 'lO not net is purl',', harmony with the chit.
abroad. In Medicinal purposes this Brandy ti•t•el.t functions of the holy. the bitted loses
has no rival, uud Into long Ing!ll err le,i. it ,101.111. Cl/1.1,001 and di
Sar'lt is n Sovereign and Sure Remedy for ses" , cli thus ...lilt, all Psi.' "'1e1... stud
!dyspepsia, Flatulency, Low Spirits, Languor, . dt , tres , of every tutu.; our strengthls exhaus
' General Debility, &e......E4
. 111 1. " oar
t I Ire o t ' l t t l s i s h is
ALSO FOll SA,LE,
EshelbVs Celebrated Sill! and I Isuethun""'st ,
he (stood will b:,comi• choked
Sparkling Champagne. unit cense to net, and thus eta light of life will
These Wines are toads in the nei:4llltorhood f"rever lie blown nut• important then
of Cincinnati, and are guarantied is be the that .we should keep the vtoitus pas,, t gps of
pure juice of the Crape. and are eminently cal. the 6)4 fare sod . Nod Pleasant to
enlalod for invalids, and persons who require a 'us we have i" I.'' , to pe , a unedi
gentle stimulant, and for Sacramental p ur p os ,,,, eine in your 11,11111, 11:11111.1y, Moots Indian
or as a beverage will he found equal. it' not su. Pills. manufact is
f,..tta 1111nd roots
perior, to the best imported. whieh g row around the mountainous cliffs in
Retail Price for 14.4 .cl Wines, $1,25 Nature garden, for the health and recovery
per Quart Bottle. 01 diseased men. (nu,. 01' the rocas from which
gerA. liberal discount made to the trade..
Address JOH R ( , ens lire purrs o!'the skin. and assists N EAD, Druggist.
lin thrown' , nut the liner ports of the catnip.
, lion within. Ihe seeond plant which is
STAGELINE nit Expet.torant. that opeas ISO unclogs dm
passage to the I'tog'. null ili, ~ in rt soothing
Chambersburg to Mt, Union phlrgm,;und other hennas tram the tears by
copious spitting. 'the third is a Diuretic,
• gives ease ,:rid tlot e • • .
T !n i t „ I g " e r s ar o e v °Hi t t ite, ' r s o t at t e " t i „ '" e l tn i I \ t ' idn„; t I .
t„ ' , " Z gLii h to g; fits
Chmhersherg and MI, r e e r lee, cannot he but moans of 1 - .10.17 w ( ur ge
disatdrantageotts ton large section of the coon- then thrown not boantiiVly i',,, ur i nar y or
try, has. nt. a considerable expense sad trouble wider posnige. and which mathl to t have been
made arrangements to run a line of Stages • dkeharg,,l iu ,tor other way. The fourth 0
Tri-weekly between the two points
Pills . 1 Good th„ other Prop.
Horse s and comfortable Stages have been pin- • ~,. •o,•I , 1'•• • .i n p ur ifyi ng
red on the route, and experienced and trusty , , , ,
1101 S. ' • • •
drivers will superintend the running of the , of imPsrutY
Coaches. The proprietorof the tine is W"'" 11 '" . arty
that it he maintained, and he therefore calls I tho, :hull conveyed off great qua).
upon the public generally to patronize it. coati- tito.s by the bowels.
dent that it will be for their mutual advantage. Fot' the above, it is shown that 1)r. Morse's
Every attention necessary will be given, and . Hoot Pills not only enter the stomach,
the running of the Stages will Ito regular. Lett become united with the hlood, for they find
Cr Stages leave tilt, Union, every Tuesday
I. : o •n u t i nt a tl l t l •te i l i y Hpu r an c i t t i v t
impurity, and' ( 1 ;1 ' , : ' , " , s o ' l l :r Y si tUr u g d th e next tles7:titinllgtBtlellt:irerkh:init,sn''' ttn,l cleanse the
i the life of the Inniy, wit-jell is rho blood, be
on•t,ing. leave Chambershurg , thu same night ; comesperfi,fly A ll sick.
at to 0 ,•leck, arriving at Alt. Union the next
eveoing in tittle t'or the ears. Between Mt, Us
ion and Shade Gall the Ville will bo daily,,
in a p l?: p
() F i n . t ti , e m t trough ti 3 ;to intermediate points ' 11 " -1 el.'
eits•ei wk. people are so distressed
I,osS.—tf. sick, a n d isle se many die, is because
'Ley 'lO not get a medicine which will pass to
eirTO • th,• and which will open the
Dr. llardman, Analytical Physician.. Ow disease to la, cast out
i.„,•,„ I.! thud Slid Other rata-
Physician for Diseases et the Immo, Throat „,l ri intestines
and heart—rm tartly Physician to the „ r ,. 0,, v. ',II the corrupted
CINCINNA'T'I RINE HOSPITAL, also
; titut....,:antly mixiiig with the Mood, which
to INVALIDS RETREAT,
Author of "Letters 3 Invalids," IS COMING. throw, the corrupted matter through every
Sell following Curd. ' sc . ., aml artery. until lice is taken from the .
MAYA ppointments. 1.4 b, ~locate. Dr. li.rse's l'ills have ad•
let! to themisAyes vielory upon victory, by re
-1)r. Hardman, Physician Mr disease of the , ~,, ~ ~,;olio„:, e the ~1 1 1 A .,.' ' i ~,
, • • 1,... ti. SIC C to 1 OW mg tPtlial
Lungs (liirmerly l'hysician to Cincinnati Ma.
an I Imppimi,.• Yes, thousands who have
rine hospital,) will be in attendance at his
Ite, n ritcheil or tormented with sickness, pan
rooms as follows :
Ilinitiugdon, Jackson's lintel, Sunility,June 27r1, , 0 ,1 o' , , , ii•li• Rad otiose theide frames have
Dr. 11. is compelled to make this OMOOl'i C . t li ,1.01,11 Cd by the burning elements of rit•
visit on Sunday or disappoint the sick. ~,,, :;•ver, nud who have It en brought, as it
Dr. Hardman treats Consuntittion, Bronchi- ~,,, . ',lfni , ' eelp of the silent grave, now
tin, ACM., Lori vngittis and till tn....as, of 11e ~m ,, l ready to tt•siit'y i hat they would have
:bro., and longs, by tooth ell Itilmlation. lately I,c,n numbered with the dead, had it not been
used in the Brom ton Hospital , Loudon. The 1 .,,i , ,,,,, i ,i ;
~it i ti1 . .,; . : , 1,. ., , ,
,I •.: :: : , " : l„ ,: •: ii t , t if,; a. ,...i i ,: l : : l l : A l ., t , ; ., l ii, t ; ' , i r, l .. t ,s i : l ::ie l i i i i . e , t , l ,r ic ,h in te : ,:r ,. o. k e l l o dut r o s nr s n ' e.i. s s..
i t i t i lii i it u i l t i l e th , e re tr e e , :t r tn e, c i t , t i t t t i t i t i ' , a . 11 ,„ :: : :o r t . toi r t i t , t : tila i, -
dies is to get at the dose: se in the direct man- Ind b. en mkt,. t h ey were as tonished , and ab•
tier, All medicines are connoted by their sc
ale important fact open w ho nag
i, lt.t. ' - '• ' , ' ' •,) ' , t h ey giv e anmodi•
sod. If the stomach is diseased we tale iii.' '''''' ‘ lll ' ll'i ii!,,,'• and take, awn y all sick•
ore diseased, breathe or inhale medicated cu.
medicine directly into the stomach. lithe lune,
, i , , .... , - ; , : :
~..i .t i tii i i i , ,i , t it i . t „ i n t i t , n i g n s t i : i :, i l i
( I. t at o t st h. d 'y i, a e t ase o , n m ee hi g e o h to
porn directly into the lungs. Medicines are the 11 , 1, : ,,,,, 1 Therefore, it will be shown, espee•
antidotes it) disease and should he applied to ia:io by On., who use these fills, that they
the very sent of disease. Inhalation is the op- w ili so vie:vise and purity, dint disease—that
lineation of this principle to the ti venison .t ibqiili ) eitemy--will take its flight, and tha
t h e l ung s, liar it gives Ito direct :wet's' , to dies , flush of youth anti beauty will 'igen: return,
intricate air cells and tubes which tic out or and i i,,, ~,,,p , ,e , a a 1,,,,,..2 tun] happy lire
other means of administo Mg : 0, ,.,,,,, , , hz: : , :, ,, g.htm.::_ont:
r n e le a ttit7e r s! ". Se reason that Consumption, tool .
. taller diseases of the longs, have Iteretontre ri ,
misted all tromment has !teen because they hail
never been approached in a direct mantles . by "i A •••,• L iiirEs . .r l . MI estt•h box. Also
medicine. They were intended to itet upon ate the •w!i'M ii• , i;i A. .1. While A: Co. All ° Li r .
I longs and yet were applied to the .tonittch.— er, are spurious.
Their action was intended to he local. mei pct, A. J. WHITE A CO„ Sae Proprietors,
they were so administered that they el,ttilil hilt all Leonard Street, New York.
; act constistatimmily, expending immediate :Intl Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot l'ills aro suld by
prineipul action upon ale ono:lending stomach, e ll deniers in merheteee
whilst the nod ulcers within the 111111;8 were on- a t ,.. itgeti‘s wanted in ny0 ,,,,„ town, village
molested. Inhalation brings the medicine in „,,,i ha„,?,,, to the int,. forties desiring 1.
direct contact with the disease, without the a ,,,,,,,,„ w .,,,
._ t . ,
.• _ ~,;
disadvantage of any violent action. Its applis
cation is simple, that it can be employed by the
t i l j t o l e f e l i N nb E .... E , , g l , l 6 ), 7: A2 6 e i t: i t . 11 untingdon, Pa.
youngest in or feeblest in It does nut 'ft' t.'"l cm receipt of Pt, /"”tage paid.
I g ile re ri e tng w e it t l l i ie th s o to b li r tc u l g i, t o h r , interfere
orin a b ie . le in its e t s, tis o • s i.
the patieut. • ' OH YES 1 OH. YES 1 1
o..ii DisnAStis TintaTen.—ln relation ;
to the following diseases, either when oomph- Mil. ZACHAHIAII JOHNSON
tatted with lung alint•tions existing alone, I 01, , ]ins opened a room No. 110 Church Street
invite consultation. I usually find them prompt- : near the (lerman Reformed Ch urc h, w h ere h e
; 1 :U . 7 a h i l ,:;l s rod all other -
1, ,,1 : :: . : , , i,3 1 , , ,e 1 ew i 5 :
it in the
flo u t : Z . : et: i,htk:oeset... new. ' i l ,, Y dt ,l i . i l e : A , p e i st r o i r ie : w we a he r iiit e tt d eet! .. tw : n o r k i c loh l : iel i ls n_ do
plaints, Irregularities and Weakness.
attend to public and private waiting. A, p er .
Palpitation and all tither forms of Heart
sun desiring his serviees con leave their adaress.
I)iseuse, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, and all
other diseases of Stomach and bowels, &c.
S the & c li t Z p D . E u tS . L .f EEVß
All diseases of the ego and ear. Neuralgia,
Epilepsy and all forms of nervous disease.— , Idaylo,'sB.lm.
A T A i
n D I g E r
e t' , C , .
a O r
i L e I t ; A . R ,
No charge for consultation.
S. D. LIARI)MAN, M. D.
I). P. BMW,
Julie 3, 1853,
To Merchants and Partners.
GnnuND PLASTER can he had at the
Huntingdon Flour and Plaster Mills, in any de
sirable quantity. on and after the let day 01
Mundt, 1055. We deliver it Sane or citation
on the ears at the denots of the Pennsylvania
and Broad Top Railroads. . .
FISHER & McMURTRIE,
ram PER CENT It:TERM
111VeSIIIICII:1 nru moat, in ltenl Estate
Ground Bent, •uch class 60-
Mitt, .1,4 the Charter requires.