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THE HUNTINGDON GLOBE, A DEMOCRATIC FAMILY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, &C.
Huntingdon; Wedneido,y; oUt:' 8, 1856
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We hdve hundreds of ,readers in the.coun- -
ty who are not subscribers! How- many of
these will send in their names? Since the
first of August we have added the names of
a good number of the most influential men in
the county who have heretofore acted with
the Whig party. We have,room for at least
tine,hundred more of the same kind, and for
all Democrats, Black Republicans and Know
Nothings who Want. correct information.—
Send in your names. Don't depend upon
borrowing from your neighbors.
fier Our merchants are now filling up their
shelves with new goods for fall and winter.
D; P. Gwin, has a splendid assortment of
dress goods for the ladies, and we notice that
they have already 'found it out. J. &W.
Saxton will receive their goods this week.—
Benj. Jacobs and Moses Straus, have on hand
a fine assortment of goods, including Ready
made clothing for men and boys. H. Roman
d - full stock of clothing for men and boys. L.
Westbrook has on hand a good assortment of
boots and. shoes of all kinds, for ladies and
gentlemen. Edra. Snare is selling off at cost,
his fine assortment of watches, clocks, jewel
ry, fancy articles, and a variety of other ar
ticles. Wm. Williams & Co.,' are well sup
plied with all articles usually kept in a drug
store. Joseph Rigger and John Frisch, are
prepared at their stores, to furnish customers
with the best gold and silver watches, jewel
ry, &c., and repair all articles in their line of
business. If you want books and stationary,
call at Colon's. Groceries of• the best can be
had at the stores of Long & Decker, Love &
McDivit, and Robt. Stitt. Cunningham &
Dunn, at the canal basin, keep constantly on
hand, a general assortment of dry goods, gro
Our readers should remember that the best
bargains are always to be had of persons
who advertise their business.
CENTRE COUNTY—ALL RIGHT.—The camp
fires of the Democracy are burning brightly
in Centre county. They held a glorious Mass
Meeting at- Bellefonte, on Wednesday, the
24th ult., numbering from 4 to 5,000 persons.
The meeting was eloquently and powerfully
addressed by W3I. C. PRESTON, of Kentucky,
and by S. 11. REYNOLDS, Esq., and Col. REAR
FRAZER, of Lancaster. Immense enthusiasm
prevailed, and the speakers were repeatedly
cheered with the loudest huzzas from the vast
multitude present. Look out for a glorious
majority for BUCK and • BRECIC and the Dem
ocratic State ticket in old Centre.
FIRST FREMII73IS.—We learn that R. Hare
Powell received several first premiums on
stock, at the State fair last week. The stock
were taken from his farm near this place.—
It is a little singular that Mr. Powell always
comes off first best at the State fairs, and sec
ond best at county fairs.
BULLARD'S PANORAMA.—The Panorama of
New York City, now exhibiting at the Court
House, is one of the finest pictures we have
ever seen. The representation is complete—
you forget that you are in the Huntingdon
Court House and imagine yourself in the city
of New York. Go and see it.
FrAn.—About noon on Wednesday last
the cry of fire was raised in our streets, and
on immediately repairing to the spot, we
found the large frame stable, belonging to
Mrs. Catharine Gwin, on Washington Street,
enveloped in flames. The building was en
tirely consumed, together with an ice house
on the adjoining lot of Mr. Saxton, upon
which were also a carriage house and the
Juniata Engine House, both of which, to
prevent the further spread of the fire, were
torn down. It threatened to be an extreme
ly disastrous fire, but through the energetic
action of our citizens: the "devouring ele
ment" was kept in close quarters. The
"Phoenix" and "Juniata" were on hand, and
did. good service. The ladies too,—God bless
them—were early on the ground—And were
first and foremost in the good work of stay
ing the fire in its progress. We are not
positively informed as to the origin of the
X'roceedings - of Town Council.
October 4,185 G.
The minutes of the last meeting were read
Mr. Fisher nominated Peter Swoope for
Weighmaster, who was unanimously elected.
On motion, Mr. Simpson was appointed a
committee, with authority, to procure the
erection of a shed or covering over the Hay
Scales in Smith street; to re-erect the Juni
ata Engine House ; and to repair the Grave
On motion of Mr. Black, the price per
draft in weighing coal on the' borough scales,
shall be ten cents, when under two tons.
William Dorris, Jr. ' Esq., on behalf of the
owners of the West Huntingdon property,
made a proposition in relation to the erection
pf a culvert over Muddy Run, on Washing
ton street, in which said owners agree to bear
one-half *of the expense of the construction
of the same—the borough to bear the other
half. On motion, the terms of the proposi
tion were agreed to, and Messrs. Snyder,
Corn propst and Grafius, were appointed a
committee to confer with the owners . of the
West Huntingdon property, or their repre
sentative, with authority to procure the con
struction of the proposed culvert.
A bill of A. S. Harrison, Esq., for swear
ing borough officers for 185 G, was read, and
an order granted, for two dollars.
- - J. SIMPSON AFRICA, Sec'y, '
Front the Waehington Union
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Pennsylvan* aid Massachusetts.
About two years since Know-Nothingism
was spreading its balefill :influenCe over a
great part of the country; and in the - old
Commonwealth of _Massachusetts -it , raged
with its greatest intesity. It swept down all
opposition, and ran its swift career of dis
honor. It forced into the Legislature of the
state the most extraordinary compound of
ignorance' and...meanness that ever disgraced
a deliberative body. The blindest bigotry
made them deadly enemies to Catholicism,
and they hunted it with the ferocity of blood
hounds. A Committee of the assembly star
ted out, thoroughly commissioned, to invade
the sanctity of every convent, sisterhood, and
school within their bailiwick ; and they exe
cuted their high. (Ace most infamously. No
decency that was due to the privacy of ladies
restrained them, and no pleading- delicacy,
subdued them. They outraged every sanctu-•
ary by their intrusion, and insulted unprotec
ted innocence with their grossness. Joseph
Hiss was the bright particular star. of that
debased committee, and bore on the honors
of the assembly.
Know-Nothingism for a season blinded and
disgraced the old State; and she waked up
from her trance but to see the extent of her
degradation. Feverished and diseased, she
threw off her allegiance to this new sover
eign ; and before she had recovered her
health the cloud of Black Republicanism be
gan to darken her horizon, and now she is
under a total eclipse. It has spread its
shades to other regions ; and there is now a
land of darkness, limited by latitude, where
political intolerance, religious fanaticism,
and blind bigotry, hayed leagued to spread
the most deadly heresy that ever disturbed.
the repose and happiness of any country.
The emissaries of this league are commis
sioned by Massachusetts to go out to other
States as propagandists, as her Legislature
commissioned her committee to hunt and per
secute Catholic convents and Catholic reli
gion. Wilson and Banks and Burlingame,
the master spirits from that land of political
transmutation, have gone into the old Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, as the serpent
entered Eden, to tempt her and curse her
with forbidden fruit. We hope that that
part of our prosperous and happy Eden will
say to them, "Get thee behind me, Satan."—
Never has there been political congeniality
between Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.—
The puritan feeling of Massachusetts is fa
natical, and has no homogeneity with the de
scendants of Penn and those from the "fader
land," whose temperaments are calm and
deliberative, and whose philosophy runs not
into the regions of myth. Neither is there con
geniality in :their political faith. The leaven
of old federalism has never been extermina
ted from the old Bay State, and never will
be. It is an element of her nature. Democ
racy is the broad foundation of Pennsylva
nia faith. She has prospered and is emi
nently happy under its influence. She has
no conceivable object to warrant a change of
faith or practice; and if she had, Massachu
setts would be the last place she would go to
for political improvement.
It is indelicate and insulting for these new
born zealots and adventures to go into Penn
sylvania to traduce and defame the charact
er of a man who is
_dear to the honor and
'pride of the State-- . -who is her son, rich in
national fame, and endorsed by the choice of
the thirty-one States of the Union as their
candidate for the Presidency, It is grossly
indelicate and insulting to invade the home
of this great statesman to influence Pennsyl
vanians to dishonor him. It is bald 'fatuity
for them to ask Pennsylvania to cast Mr.
Buchanan aside as unworthy, and to take a
young man, unfledged, for that maturity in
dispensably necessary for the safe adminis
tration of this irovernment. It is presuming
upon the credulity or - ignorance of the old
Commonwealth to ask her to give up her na
tionality and devotion to the Union, to become
a convert to sectionalism and treason. It
would be the last act of missionary despera
tion to ask the old Keystone State to give the
hand of welcome to Mr, Wilson, who has in
sulted every feeling of patriotism by laying
his sacrilegious hands on the sanctity of the
Constitution ; or to listen to the treason of
Mr. Banks who "is willing to see the Union
slide;" or to heed the sacrilege of Mr. Bur
linguine, who declared that "we must have
an anti-slavery Constitution, and an anti-slate
ry Cod." We trust that Pennsylvania will
teach this graceless trio that they have mis
taken the theatre for their treason.
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Buchanan and Fremont.
The Washington Union applies a wetblank
et to the exultations of the New York Fre
mont organs over the discovery of a document
which thy pretend to suppose furnishes strong
evidence to relieve their presidential candi
date of one of the numerous charges of offi
cial malfeasance connected with his governor
ship in California. The document is a depo
sition of Mr. Buchanan given in 1852, in a
case pending in London, in which CI.S Fre
mont was sued on four drafts, amounting to
$19,500, drawn by him in March, 1847, as
" Governor of California," on the Secretary
of State, (Mr. Buchanan,) and by him pro
tested for want of authority in " Governor"
Fremont to make the drafts. The Union dem
onstrates conclusively from the official records
that the specific charge against Col. Fremont,
in connection with the transaction referred
to in Mr. Buchanan's deposition, is in no re
spect affected by his proof, and that the Tri
bune either ignorantly mistakes the - charge,
or it wilfully seeks to escape from the force of
the official evidence. Quoting from these
records the Union proves:
" That Mr. Buchanan's evidence haS not
the remotest bearing upon the charge that Col.
Fremont received from the government $19,-
500, which he failed to apply to the payment
of drafts. The sequel of the matter shows
how much the government suffered in the
transaction. In the suit, judgment was ren
dered against Colonel Fremont for nearly
$50,000, embracing interest, costs and dama
ges. Our government, in a spirit of great
liberality, although it had alread.y paid the
amount of the drafts to Colonel Fremont, in
terposed by special act of Congress, and not
only paid the amount of, judginent, but also
the amount of Colonel Fremont's personal
expenses, making a sum exceeding $50,000.
To all intents and purposes this was Colonel
Fremont's indiyishial debt, and afterwards,
upon the settlement of his accounts with the
government, he refunded the amount of the
drafts leaving him now equitably indebted
in the sum of $35,000,. This result has fol
lewed from his failure to make the applica
tion of funds which it was leis duty to make.
Mr. Buchanan's deposition. leaves Colonel
Fremont to stand upon. the official records,
which fix upon him the charge beyond all
possibility of escape." .
AGO TO THE POLLS I and take your
neighbors with you.
PiainC - Facts for Thinking'Men:
We ask the attention of every candid read
er to the follovirini brief statement of incon
trovertible facts. Let them be read without
prejudice and remembered with profit:—
TIIE Souvu AND SLAvray.—The South has
never been. an importer of slaves.
The North has been.
The South has never reduced freemen to
The North has reduced millions to perpetu
al slavery, they and their posterity.
The guilt of slavery, of making slaves
stains not the South. .
It does crimson the North all over.
The South protested_ against the introduc-:
tion of slavery, and passed laws prohibiting
it which were vetoed by royalty. •
The South petitioned and remonstrated with
the royal authority against the injustice and
injury of slavery.
When the North desired to get rid of sla
very it had the means of doing so, and at the
same time of realizing the full value of every
slave, and of getting them without trouble or
expense beyond their borders.- Washington,
Steamer Burned—Loss of Life.
A terrible catastrophe happened on Lake
Michigan, on'Wednesday the 24th ult. The
steamer Niagara, when two hours from She_
boyan, took fire near the engine room, and
in a few minutes was a sheet of flame, fore
and aft. It is believed that there were about
one hundred and seventy passengers on
board, together with the crew, and of the
whole number but eighty are known to have
been picked up by the vessels that went to
the assistance of the burning boat.
B USINE-SS NOTICES.
Plain and. Fancy Printing.
Job work of all kinds—such as Handbills, Circulars,
Business, Visiting, and Show Cards, Tickets, Bill Heads,
Deeds, Mortgages, and all kinds of blanks, &c., &c., &c.
neatly printed at the "GLOBE" Job Office, Huntingdon. Pa.
.CQP.Speciruens of "GLOBE" printing can be seen at the
of will satisfy everybody that it is no longer
necessary to go to Philadelphia for neat work, Call and
see for yourselves.
Ambrotypes and Daguerreotypes.
E. P. PRETTYMAN respectfuly informs the public that he
is now perpared to take Dauguerroetypes and Ambrotypes
on glass, put up with double or single glass.
Rooms at the Station House, Huntingdon Pa.
Blanks of all kinds,
Neatly printed arid for sale at the "Globe," Office—such as
Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Judgment and Common Bonds,
Agreements, leases, Judgment and Promissory Notes,
Notes relinquishing all benefits of exemption laws, License
Bonds, and all blanks used by Justices of the Peace.
In this borough, on the 30th ult., by the Rev. STAUB, Air.
MILLER, of Walker township, and Miss ANNA SEGO
itA, of this borough".
On the 25th September, at the Keystone Hotel, by the
Rev. P. ➢I. Rightmyer, Mr. Wnsafat L. ltmrit of Warriors
mark, and Miss CAROLINE Timms, of Logans "Walley.
On the 2nd inst., by the Rev. R. Fletcher, at his residence
in Huntingdon, Mr. DAVID - FISHER and Miss MARY BILY.NDLE,
all of Huntingdon county.
Democratic Meetings !
EETINGS WILL BE HELD AT
the COURT HOUSE in Huntingdon, on Thursday
an .rriday evenings, October 9th and 10th, at 6 o'clock.
Speakers for the evening of the 9th—Col. Samuel W.
Black, Capt. Alfred Day, and Col. Thos. C. McDowell. •
Speakers for the evening of the 10th—Ex-Gov, Bigler,
Daniel Dougherty and Cyrus L. Pershing, Esq.
The Excelsior Brass Band has been engaged for the even
.111-UCHANAN CLUB.—A meeting e
I the " BUCIICANAN CLUB" of Huntingdon will -be
held in the TowN fl.w, THIS EVENING, Oct. 8. A full
attendance is requested as business of importance will be
brought before the meeting. Democrats ! to your posts !
By order of the President. JNO. A. DUCK,
Oct. 8, 1856. Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC_ MEETING !—Rally
BUCHANAN MEN of JACKSON and BARREE I
A Democratic Rally of the citizens of Jackson and Barret)
townships will be held at the house of SAM'L STEFFEY,
inceJackson township, on SATURDAY afternoon, October
11th inst. Good Speakers have been invited and will be
present. All friends of the Constitution and the Union are
invited to attend. MANY BUCHANAN MEN.
Oct. 8, 1856.
TkTEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !—At
D. P. GWIN'S CHEAP STORE. ,
D. P. GWIN has just received from Philadelphia a largo
and beautiful assortment of FALL and WINTER GOODS,
consisting of the most fashionable Dress Goods for Ladies
and Gentlemen, such as Black Silks, Chamelion and Fancy
Silks, French Merinoes, All Wool Delaines,Persian Sculls,
Coburg Cloth, Levelly Cloth , Alpaca, Dbarge Madonna
Cloth, Wool Plaids, - and any quantity of/Fancy Delains.—
Prints of every description.
ALso—A large lot of. Dl'ess Trimmings,
Dress Buttons, Bonnet Silks, RibbonS, Gloves, Mitts, Ho
siery, LacVs, Veils, Collars, Undersleeves, Chimazetts, Mo
hair Head Dresses, Gum Belts, Whalebones for Skirts. Silk
and Linen Flop, French Working, Cotton, Fall and . Wool
Shawls, and a variety of Fancy Goods too numerous to
Atso—Cloths, Black and Blue, Black and
Fancy Ca.ssimeres, Cassinets, Tweeds, Kentucky Jean,
Vestings, Flannels, Sack Flannels of every color, Canton
flannel, Cotton and Nankeen Linsey, Muslins, bleached
and unbleached, Ticking, Checks, Table Diaper, Woollen
and Linen Table Covers,
Sheeting Muslin 2Y 2 yards wide.
Woollen Yarns different colors, Woollen Coats and Caps,
Silk Bonnets of every description and color,
largest assortment in town, and at prices that can't be
beat. Also, Hats and Caps, latest styles, Boots and Shoed,
Qacensware, Hardware, Buckets, Tubs, Baskets, Oil Cloths,
Groceries, Salt, and all goods usually kept
in a country store.
AtSatMY old customers, and as many now ones as can
crowd in, are respectfully invited to call and examine my
Goods. No charges for looking. All kinds of Country
Produce taken in exchange for Goods at highest market
Prices. . Huntingdon, Oct. 8,1856.
VALUABLE FARM, OF LIME-
STONE LAND, FOR SALE.—The subscriber will of
fer at public sale, on Tuesday, November 11, his farms sit
uated in Morris township, and containing 265 acres. 250
acres under fence and in good cultivation, the balance tim,
ber land. This property is divided about equally into two
. farms, with a largo brick house and frame
tenant house, a largo barn, wagon shed ;
aand - corn crib, carpenter and blacksmith a
shops on ono, and a good frame house and
barn on the other; with good water and fruit an both plex
Cell, and in a healthy neighborhood.
Also, at the same time and place, I will offer 496 acres
of mountain land, in lots of from 50 to 100 acres, to suit
purchasers. This land is well set with thrify young chest
nut, white and yellow pine, and oak timber, and conveni
ent to the farms, with good roads to and through the same.
The above property is within 11 . mile of the Penna. It. R.,
and 2;4 of the canal at Water Street. For further partic
ulars, address SAMUEL P, WALLACE,
Oct. Si 1856,-ts* Spruce Creek, I'. 0.
MORE MEN WANTED IMMEDI
ATELY.-A few more enterprising and active young
men can find immediate employment, by which they can
make $6OO or $l,OOO a year, to act• as agents for several
new and Popular works just published exclusively for
agents and not for sale in bookstores. We have a great
number of agents employed, many of whom are making
from $l5 to V2oa Nri3olg, Those who wish to engage in,this
pleasant and profitable business, will, for particulars, etc.,
address, . C. L: DERBY d: CO.;
Publishers and 'Wholesale Booktiellers,
Sandusky City, Ohio.
Editors of Newspapers, by giving the above and follow
ing three insertions and , calling attention to it, and send
ing a copy containing it, will receive - Amy-three of the fol
Life of Josephine, by Madly, $1,25 ; Life of Lafayette,
do, $1,25; Life of Napoleon, do., $1,25; Wild Scenes of -a
Hunter's Life, $1,25; Life of 'Mary and Martha Washing
ton, $1,50; Odd Yellows Amulet, $l.
Any person wishing any of the above books can have
them sent by mall, free of postage, on receipt of the above
retail price. Address, , . C. L. DEBBY & CO.
Oct. 8,1856.—5 t
QVERIFF'S SALES:- . ."7-By virtue of
sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas and Eiera.Faocias
issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of ,Iltintingdon
county, and to ale directed, I Will expose • to public sale at
the Court House, in the borough orlbintingdon, on TUES
DAY, the 11th day of November, 1856,. at 10 o'clock A. M.
of said day, the following described real estate, to wit :
One House and Lot in the borough of Pe
tersburg, fronting sixty feet on Main - street and extending
back one hundred and twenty feet to a street, bounded on
the east by Abraham Renner, on the north by Abraham
Cresswell, having thereon erected a two story frame house
painted white, and a shop. Belted and taken in-execution
and to, be sold_ as the property of John G. Ritter and Re
becca 'titter. •
Anse—A certain Lot of Ground adjoining
the Borough of Birmingham containing about one acre
more or less, adjoining a lot of John Owens,Esq., on the
vest, tho public.road leading from Birmingam to Water
street on the south, lands of Shoenberger on the north and
east, on which is erected a Brick building seventy feet in
length and 35 feet in depth, three stories high, with a stone
basement, known as "The Mountain Female Seminary."
ALso—A. Lot of Ground in the borough of
Shirleysburg, lying on the vest side of Main street, f'ront
ing sixty feet on said street and extending back 140 feet to
land of Samuel Carothers, bounded on the north by a Lot
of the widow "ticket, south by a lot of the heirs of James
Carothers, dee'd, having thereon erected a two-story log
house, a small kitchen, and log stable and other buildings.
Seized and taken in execution and to be sold as the prop
erty of James Smith.
AL s o--All the right, title, interest and claim
of the defendant, Thomas Wallace, of, in and to a piece and
parcel of meadow land situate on the margin of Standing
Stone Creek in the borough of 'Huntingdon, adjoining a
lot of George Jackson on the north, a rot of ,Wm. Dorris,
Sr., on the south, another lot of said defendant in the same
inclosure, on the west, and said creek on the east, contain
ing_ seven acres and sixty-four perches, be the same more
ALso—A lot of ground situate on the south
eastern corner of Church and St. Clair streets in said bor
ough, fronting about seventy-four feet on St. Clair street,
and extending back from the same two hundred feet to the
old line of the said borough and western boundary of the
above-mentioned and described lot, bounded on the north
by Church street, and on the south by a lot owned by the
widow Hawn, including the whole of lot No. 172 in the re
corded plan of said borough.
ALso—Four 'contiguous lots of ground sit
uate in said borough, bounded on the north and west by
the Renner farm, on the east by the Warm Spring rotul, and
on the south by a lot of the Hon. James Gwin, Nos. 1, 2
3, as represented on a map of said lots, divided on the 16th
day of October, 1855, for the defendant by J. Simpson
Africa, County Surveyor, containing each four acres, and
No. 4 containing about nores, be the same more or less.—
Seized and taken in execution and to be sold as the prop
erty of Thomas Wallace.
ALso—All the right, title and interest of
John Donaldson, ono of defendants, in and to all that mes
suage, parcel or tract of laud situate in - Union township;
Huntingdon county, - on the westerly side of the Juniata
river, and bounded by lands of Matthew R Campbell, Esq.,
James Harnpson, John McComb, and others, containing
one hundred and forty acres, be the same more or less, be
ing the same lands mentioned in an article of agreement
dated March 19, 1850, between John Gosnell, John Don
aldson, James Donaldson, and Michael Hennig. Seized and
taken in execution and to be sold as the property of John
ALSO—AII the right, title, interest and
claim of deft., J. T. McVey, of, in and to a certain lot_ of
ground No. situated on the corner of Market and Com
merce (now called Lyon) streets, in the borongh of Bir
mingham, in the county of Huntingdon, being 60 feet on
Market street and extending back 165 feet more or less, ad
joining John Graflius on the north-east, having thereon
erected a two-story log dwelling house, plastered, with a
brick store house, a frame office building, a stable and
other buildings, (which was extended by the Inquest and
canfirmed 14th January, 1856, and accepted by, defendant
at the rental fixed by said Inquest, which rental has not
been paid, as per affidavit of Plaintiff. See Precipe filed.)
Also—The following Tract of Land situate
in Shirley townsbip,•Huntingdon county, and bounded by
John Levy on the weft, Robert Bigham on the north, Black
Log Mountain on the east,—containing two hundred acres
more or less, about 100 of which is cleared, having thereon
erected two small log dwelling houses and a log barn.—
Seized and taken in exeou titm and to be sold as the property
of David Knepp.
ALso—Two small parcels of land situate in
the town of Scottsville, in Clay township. Huntingdon
county, and bounded on the east by a lot of Adam Cart:man
and north by David Heck and-west by Samuel Smith, south
by public road, containing in all one and onalialf acres,
more or less, with the following improvements thereon—
a two story log house. Seized and taken in execution and
to be sold as the property of Joseph Banks.
ALso—All the - defendant's right, title and
interest in the following described property, to _ wit
tract of land Imown'as the Ilenry lioupt tract, dentaiuing
about 270 acres on - Broad Top, Tod township; , adjoining
lantiaof R. Hare Powell, Gen. A. P. Wilson arid others, has , :
ing thereon erected a two-story log house, bard and other
improvements, and about 100 acres cleared thereon.
ALso—A tract of land known as the "Cor
bin Tract," containing 300 acres and allowance, situate on
Rocky Ridge, Tod township, adjoining land of Taylor's
heirs and others. Also, a tract of land adjoining the above
known as the Cornelius tract containing 395 acres, 5 perches
and allowance. Also, a tract of land adjoining the above,
warranted in the name of Speer and Martin, containing 95
acres, 153 perches and allowance. Also, a tract of land.
adjoining the same, warranted in the name of Eliel Smith,
containing 152 acres, 9S perches and allowance. Also, a
tract of land situate on Broad Top, Tod township, warrant
ed in the name of Speer and Dougherty, containing 439
acres and 51 perches and allowance, adjoining the William
Ilench Coal Bank tract, John McLain, Michael J. Martin
and others. Also, all the interest of said defendant in the
land of Michael J. Martin and Joseph S. Martin, (now dec'd)
which ho holds under certain articles of agreement, for the
sanle,:with John Dougherty and George W. Speer, or other
wise, as the same appears of Record in Huntingdon. Sei
zed and taken In execution and to be sold as the property
of William H. Irwin.
ALso- , --All the right, title, elaiin and inter
est of defendant, of, in and to a lot of ground in the village
of Shade Gap, Huntingdon county, numbered 18 in the
plan of said village, made by J. W. Matthias. the 14th of
March, 1849,1ying and being on the west side of the road
on main street of said villagewhich runs at 12% degrees
north—said lot being 60 feet in front on said street and ex
tending back at right angles thereto 140 feet, to a line par
allel to said street, having thereon erected a small house
and other buildings. Seized and taken in execution, and
to be sold as the property of James Wilson,
JOSHUA GREENLA.Np, Sheriff.
Huntingdon, October 8, 1856.
ISIST OF LETTERS remaining in the
Post Office at Alexandria, on the Ist day of October,
A. . 1856, which, if not lifted on or before the lst day of
January next, will then be sent to the General Post Office
Department, as dead letters. One cent due on each letter
in addition to the regular postage, cost of advertising.
Adams Ann Mrs. McManamy James
Boley Henry Penn'a R. R. Agent
Boyd James Esq. Pool John L. Esq.
Cozzens Hiram Rouseburgh Philip
Graffiti% Wm., M. D. Reed Philip
Humphreys Thomas J. Ridley Joseph
Hogan David Sprenklo Jacob
Hogan James 3 Saalbugh Peter
Kendle Samuel Smith Job •
Keller Anne E. Bliss Wixk John
Kenan John Tomlin James
H. C. WALKER, P, 81.
Alexandria, Oct. 8, 1856,
XECUTORS' NOTlCE.—Notice is
hereby given that letters testamentaryon the will of
YILLIAM 'MAGILL, late of Jackson township, Hunting
don county, deed, have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons Indebted to the estate of said deceased, are re , -
quested to make payment, and those having claims to pm,
sent them for settlement. ' SAMUEL STEWART,
JAMES W. MAGILL,
Oct. 6,1850.* Executors.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIC E,-
letters of Administration on the Estate of JOHN
UARDNER, late of Barre° township, Huntingdon county,
deed, having been granted to the undersigned, he hereby
notifies all indebted to said estate to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims against the same to present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
Oct. 8, 1856.* -Administrator.
T I OOK lIERE!—L, WESTBROOK
has just arrived with a splendid assortment of
_BOOTS 85 SHOES—FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
v k a,.Call and examino hie Stock. L. WESTBROOK.
Huntingdon, Oct, 8, MO.
ejOSEPH FUSSELL, successor to H. B.
FUSSELL, Umbrella and Parasol Manufacturer, No.
2 North Fourth Street, N. W. Corner of, Market, Philadel
phia, has now on hand an extensive assortment of 'the
newest and most desirable kinds, including many NEW STYLES notheretofore to be had in this market. An ex
amination of our 'stock is solicited before purchasing else
VS-Prices as low as any house in the city.
Philadelphia, Oct. 1, 1856-Im.
ten subscriber having
located himself in the borongh-of Huntingdon in
ten sto give lesSons on the Piano Forte and Singing. All
persons wishing to receive musical instruction will find
me at Mrs. Rawson's. 'Those scholars that have Pianos
can receive lessons at filch. residences. No extra charges
for going to scholars houses or singing.
Oct. 1,1856-3 m.. - P. BRITNRER.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—The under
signed Auditor, appointed by the Orphan's Court of
tingdon county, to distribute the balance in the hands
of John Householder and Moses Hamer, Execntora of Wil
ham Householder, deceased, amongst those entitled to re ,
ceive the same, hereby gives notice to all persons interested,
that he 'will attend for the purpose of making said distri
bution on Saturday, the 25th day of October,lBs6; at one
eelock . P: M. at his office in the 'borough. of. Huntingdon,
when and. where all persons interested may attend if they
think:Proper. JOHN REED,-_ Auditor.
October 1,1856-4 t. __
pUBLIC SALE .7--By Virtue of the
Win of James Campbell, deo'cl, I will expose to pub.
ne sale on the premises in the town 6f Illarklesburg, on
TIIURSDAY, the 23rd day of OCTOBER, 1656, at 11 o'clock
a. m., ONE 110USE.and LOT OF GROUND, situated on the
corner of Bedford and A.R. Street, measuring sixty feet in
front on- Bedford street, and extending baclon 11. B. street
one hundred and sixty feet, with a large weather-boarded
frame two-story Rouse, with a store house attached to it;
the buildings together measuring 60 feet in front on Bed
ford street, running back. along It. It:street - 40 feet. There
is also on the premises a good stable and large corn crib,
with a good 'well of never failing water convenient to the
house. . .
_ . .
One third of the purchase money - to be paid in hand or
at the making of the deed, tend one-third iu ono year there
after, with interest, and the remaining third at the death
of the widow, the interest to be paid half yearly, and the
payments to•1;e secured by bonds and mortgage.
, AI,EXA.NDER FORT,
Surviving Administrator of James Campbell, deed.
October 1, 1856.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NO T IC E.- - -
' Letters of administration on the Estate of ENOCH
OILLCOTE, late of Tod township, Huntingdon county,
deed, having been granted to the undersigned Administra
tor, all persons indebted to said Estate are hereby notified
to make immediate payment, and those having claims
against the same to present them duly authenticated for
settlement to DAVID DERKSTRESSER,
October 1, 1856. Administrator.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !-
JUST RECEIVED BY D. P. GIVIN,
and now open and ready for customers. Call and examine
my extensive assortment. D. P. GWIN.
Huntingdon, Oct. 1, 1856. _ _ -
ARIES, ATTENTION !,--Illy assort
ment of beautiful dress goods is now open,
for Inspection.., Every article of dress you may desire, can
be found at my store. D. P. GWIN.
GR 0 CERIES.--NEW BUSINESS
AT AN OLD STAND.—Thesubscriber would inform
the Public that ho has just opened a well selected assort
ment of GROCERIES, at Harrison's Store Room, at the
West end of Hill Street, where he will keep and sell all ar
ticles in his line, for cash, or in exchange for country pro
duce.' ROBERT STITT.
Huntingdon, Oct, 1, 1856.
FEMALE LITERARY ASSOCIA ,
TION. New books ready for subscribers in the Li
brary room in the Court House, on Saturday at 3 o'clock,
when and where the Librarian will attend for one hour.
- - - - - - - - -
Gillfillen's Modern Literature, also Hugh Miller's, Mrs.
Stowe's, Mrs. Ella's, and other works.
Subscription 50 cents per year. New subscriptions soli
cited. Huntingdon. Oct. 1,1556.
POUNTRY DEALERS can buy CLO
'MING at 11. ROMAN'S as cheap as they can in the
city. Ifuntingclon, October 1; 1856.
OVERCOATS, of all kinds, cheaper
than elsewhere, at
Oet.l, 1856. IL ROMAN'S CLOTHDIG STORE.
TITLE FAIR !—.Eery gentleman attend
ing the Fair, should call at the cheap Cltthing Store
of IL ROMAN, Market Square, Huntingdon, before they
return home. October 1, 1858.
IrANSAS QUESTION SETTLED 1-
x_ PEACE RESTORED! I—Ry latest arrival from the
.r.ast, the subscribers have just received, and are noW open
ing the largest and most carefully selected assortment of
HARDWARE ever of 'in the Iluntingdou market.,
Our Stock consists iu part of BUILDING MATERIAL,
such as Locks, Hinges,Screws, Bolts, Glass, Putty, Oils,
White Lead, Fire Proo and 'Line Paints.
MECHANICS' TOOLS in great variety, including many
new inventions and late improvements- -
We invite the attention of Saddlers and Coach - makers
to our large and splendid stock 6f SADDLEIIy and COACH
TRIMMINGS, including all the latest styles of Harness
Buckles, Gig Trees, Self-Adjusting Pad Trees, Saddle Trees,
Horse and Male llamas of- 30 different varieties, Girdling,
Hog Skins. Patent Leather, Enameled Leather, Enameled
gush% Coach Lace, Hubs, SpokesiFelloes, Shafts, Springs,
Axles. So. , Sc.
LADIES and HOUSEKEEPERS generally, will find it
greatly to their advantage, to call and examine our new
stock of FINE TABLE UTLERY, Silver and Common
Spoons, Silver Butter Knives, Lamps, Hollow-ware, and
other House furnishing goods, including many new and
usqful inventions. In our recent purchases, we have
bought at such rates, as enable us to sell even lower than
heretofore. No charge for showing goods. All orders
from abroad Promptly attended to,
JAMES BROWN & CO. .
Huntingdon, Oet.l, 1656.
QTAUFFER & HARLEY. - CHEAP
WATCHES and JEWELRY, wholesale and ..
retail at the "Philadelphia Watch and Jewelry erp-iN
Store," No. 90, North Second street, corner ofj:
Quarry, Philadelphia. - a..te,.,.S
Gold Lever Watches, full jewelled 1S carat cases,..., ,:, ,- 2.4 00
Gold 'Lepines -- 21:-00
Silver Lover Watches, full jewelled, 12 00
Silver Lepine, jewels, 0 00
Superior Quartiers, 7 00
Gold Spectacles, 7 00
Fine Silver do., 1 50
Gold Bracelets, - 3 00
Ladies' Gold Pencils, 1 00
Silver Tea Spoons, set, - 5 00
Gold Pens with Pencil and Silver Holder 1 00
Gold Finger M ' ar's, 37 1 A cents to BSI); Watch glasses, plain,
12 1 ,4 cents ; Patent, lb% ; Lett, 25 ; other articles in
proportion. All goods warranted to be what they are sold
for. STAUFFER & HARLEY,
On ;and, some Gold and Silver Levers and Lepines, still
lower than the above prices. October 1, 1856-Iy.
COUNTY SURVEYOR.—The under
signed offers himself as a candidate for re-election to
the (ace of COUNTY SURVEYOR of Huntingdon county,
and respectfully solicits the suffrages of his fellow citizens.
J. SIALPSON AFRICA.
Iluntingdon, Sept. 22, 1856.
HUNTINGDON COUNTY 11 G RI
CULTURAL SOCIETY.—Notice is 'hereby given
Wet a meeting of the Huntingdon Comity Agricultural
Society will be held at the Court House in Huntingdon, on
Saturday the 27th day of September, 1556, for the purpose
of choosing three delegates to represent the Society in the
election of Trustees of the Farmers' High School of Penn
sylvania. at an election which wilt take place at the
in Harris township, Centre county. on Monday the
oth day of October, 1856, at 12 - o'clock, M.
JONATHAN 31cWILLIAMS, President.
Sept. 24, 185&1t. •
jt . SEMINARY will commence its winter session of fivo
months on Monday, November 3d.
It is hoped that the pleasant situation and salubrity of
the village, the convenience and spaciousness of the Semi
nary, and the established character of the Instructors will
secure the attendance of a large number of pupils.
Terms for Board and Tuition per session, $62 50
For day Tuition, from $8 to 12 00
Apply to J. B, KIDDER, Principal.
Shirleysburg. Ilunt. county, Pa.- [Sept.24-6t,]
HROMAN has just opened a very
large steel; of F4IL AND WINTER CLOTIIING,
consisting of Coats, Pants, Vests, and other articles of gen
tlemen's wear, Call and examine for yourselves.
EW WATCH AND JEWELRY
STORE.—JOHN FRISCH respectfully informs the
citizens of Huntingdon county, that he has just opened a
new store on Hill street, opposite . Straus , Store, Hunting
don, for the sale of
GOLD and SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, Ix. -
His stock is entirely now and of the best quality, and
will be disposed of at fair prices.
rho public generally are requested to call and examine
Repairing or Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, done in the
best manner on short notice. JOHN FRISCH.
Huntingdon, Oct : 1, 1.850.
T I LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the
Post Offtce at Huntingdon, Oct. 1, 1856, which if not
fited on or before the 'lst day of January next, will be
sent to the Post Office Department as dead letters.
When any of the letters are called for, say they are ad
.11—Wm. C Black: John Nelson
Jacob Barnhart 4: Co. P—Ulrick. Paul
Daniel Dickle Gen. Pomeroy
? Joshua Brown Elizabeth S Quigley
Geo. W. Bush it—Miss Julia Ross 2
Mrs. Mary Brown . John Reas'e
David Boyles 2 Wm B Rogers Jr
p,—W. B; Crooks Geo ' Ryan
Miss Ann Corbin s—Win Steel 2
Mary Colonbine Ellen D Shugert 3
J, Campbell - Anderson Stewart
- B. F. Crouse Speer ..C.: Irons
- Miss P. Campbell Martha Sryner
Mrs. Catharine Clark John Smith
J. It. Coffrit h. Wm W Steel
J. D. Covert John Slavin
D—Francis Dunn D P Stewart
Geo. Decker 3 Porter Stewart
Wm. Dowling S S Saul 2 '
E—Dr. Henry Enahoff George Smith
F--Goorge Fetter, Esq. .I.iss E Smith
Jeremiah Foley (foreign) Mary Jane Sheder
o—Michael Gigler - James Stonoroad
Andrew Grubb Samuel Shultz
ll—Miss Tillie A. Hills ChrigtoPlier Shingle
Win. Hamilton ' John Mar* .-
- Mrs. Lizzie Holland T—Wm Troup
Andreas Hof (foreign) , ' Wm Theerton
Thomas 'Hardy Jacob Thortl.
Christopher Hoehn, Esq.. Wm Tipton
Joshua Mildly ' James Taylor '
ilitmrain & Tinker W--Janes Watson
Fraaklln Huller 2 ' Abram Wileme2
C. Ilarnish - Sarah White '
L—Georgo Light Barbara WilcolF
M—Mary McCall (foreign) J K Wilson
Peter Mecau• Jas D Walsh
Wm. 'Marlin -•- - John Walker
Ray &311 - atheirs Bel Willidins -
JohnlMorrisori . John 11 Wagner
N—John V. Newkink ' Miss Eliza Willianison
Dr. Newton 7,—David Ziek.- -,. .. '
WM. LEWIS,P. M. 1
Huntingdon, Oct. 1, 1856. ..: -
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT PUB- .
LIC SAhE.--ORPILANS'..COURT SALE.—In pursa-:
anee of an order of,thu (Irphins' Court of Huntingdon,
county, there Will be exposed to public sale, on the premi-.
ses, on THURSDAY% the 2ND DAY of OCTOBER, 1856, the
following described property : '
A LOT OF GROUND in 31cConnellstown, Walker town
ship, Huntingdon county, with a STONE DWELLING
HOUSE, Tan Yard, Tan House, Yars,-.Sce., thereon erected.
~TERMS OF SALE .— One-third of the purchase Money in
hand, one-third in oue year With interest. and one-third at.
the death of the widOw—hiterest of one-third to be paid to
her annually during life—to be secured by the bonds and
mortgage of the purchaser.
Sale to cofamence at 2 o'croCk; p. m. of said day when due
attendance will be given by the undersigned.
• . . . ABRAHAM STATES,
Guardian of the minor children of Patrick Lang, dec'd.
4i- STEWART D_EPUY & SONS, Ma
• sonic Hall, Chestnut sheet, (below Bth) Philadel
p a, have opened a lame and' splendid stock of Velvet,'
Tapestry, Brussels, Three Yley, Ingrain and. lrenitiaE‘
Arso--Floot Oil Cloths Matting;, Ilearth RUgg, Door
Mats, Druggets, Stair Reds, Table an.d.Piano ,Coyers, &,c.;
&c., - which they are selling, very low for Caeb.,
and Retail. September 10, 1850-3 m.
T j ADIES FANCY FiitS-J. 0H N
FAREIIIA, No. 284 3farket Street, above Bth, Phila.,
delpbia, Importer, Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds
and qualities of FANCY FURS, for Ladies and Children,,,,,
J. F., -would call the attention of the Ladies and otheri to
his immense assortment, being the direct Importer and%
Manufacturer of all my FURS. I feel confident in saying
that I can offer the greatest inducements to thOsein want
and at the 613L110 time will have one of the large4t assort- -
ments to select from.
Storekeepers and the trade trill please.give me a call be
fore purchasing, as. LuYlesale department is well sup
plied to meet the demand for every article in the Fur line,
and at the lowest possitile.Mantifaeturem Prices.
JOUN F.4111.E1P,A, 234 Mar,ket
Deptember 10, 1.856—1nt, -
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTIC E.—
Letters of Administration have been granted to mo
upon the Estate of Susanna Sutolcer, lute of Brady town
ship,.l.l.untingdon county, deed. An persons indebted to.;
her are requested to make immediate payment, and those
having clainm.will present them to me.
BARLETZ EALEY; .
Brady twp., 5ept...10,1850.4C! Admirdstrutoe."
QE L L I N G undersigned
k.) having deterruinued to quit business, offers to sell his'
whole stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, AT. COST!
by the single article or the.whole together. Call soon and•
get bargains! Persons having jobs at hiS store, will
please call and get them inanediately.
Xa.--rhose knowing theniselre:e indebted.to the subscri
ber, will piease call and settle IM3I&kLiTETT.
Huntingdon, Sept. 3,18513. EJ)M SNARE.
f 1 UN NOTlCE.—Andrew
ji Importer and Manufacturer of
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS, &c.,
No. 122. North Second Street, Philadelphia,
Where he keeps constantly on hand a general assortment
of fine double and single barrel Shot Guns, large duck
guns, rifles and pistols, of all kinds. Also, the celebrated
cast steel rifles, with increased twin..,, to.simpt the pointed
ball of his own make; rifle barrels; stiof bags; pauclies. ,
invites persons wishing to purchase goods in his line;
to call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere,
as he is determined to sell on the MOST REASONABLE
Acv -Particular attention paid to REPAIRING in all its
branches. ANDREW WUREF.E.EIN.'
September 3,1856-3 m
-HICKOK'S PATENT PORT A BLFI
- ,CIDER AND WINE MlLL.—Patent
co ;Nov. 20, 1855.—This mill occupies about 23 feet by 3
feet, and is 4 feet high, 'weighing 370 poundt, and is work
ed by hand or horse power, and goes very easily. Two
men'oan malce from G to 12 barrels of Cider in a day, if the
directions are followed.
For sale, at the manuf.•icturers prices, by Messrs. Taylor
and Cramer, Huntingdon, Agents. Price $4O.
Huntingdon, Sept. 16. 1856.
-FXE'CUTOR'S. N 0 TI C
1 4 Testamentary upon the Estate c:f Ap r il RAYS, deed.,
late of Jackson township, Huntingdon comity, having been:
granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said
estate are notified to' make immediate payment, and those
having claims against the sante to present them duly au
thenticated for settlement, to _ _ _
Sept. 16, 1850.*
FAIL STOCK-NEW GOODS.
French Merinoes, all colors—Fashionable Cloak
cloths: F , 11 Silks, the new styles Magnificent new De-
Lan:les—Best Styles Fall Calicoes—Very large stock of New'
Shawls—Flannels, Welsh, English and American—Cloths,:
Vestings and all kinds Mans' Wear—Sheetings, Table.
Linens, Towelings, Sc. _ EYRE & LANDELI.
4th and Arch Streets, Philadelphia.
Storekeepers arc invited - to examine our New Goods.—
Families can be well suited in every kind of Dry Goods.—
We make Black Silks and Shawls leading articles for
Wholesaleing. S. Jobs received daily from the Auctions
of New York and Philadelphia.
lap-TEmes "NETT CASH. [September 10, 18.50-3 m.
THREE FARMS FOR SALE.—We
would offer for sale the following property, viz:—
W.. 6 FARM in Brady toWnship, Huntingdon county,
known as the Mill Creek Farm, containing 270 acres, about
130 acres cleared and in good state of cultivation—consid
erable part of which has been well limed and a large quan
tity of lime putting on this fell, Limestone handy, and
easily quarried, the balance of the land is ig timber ; Thorn
is erected a good Bank Barn with limning witfor in the
yard. good House with flowing fountain'of pure' wnter in
the yard. Also, a young apple orchard of GO or 70 trees.
1200 bushels good Wheat has been-raised in a season off of
this farm with corresponding crops of other grain. There
is 40 acres of this land first quality bottom land.
ALSO—A FARM of 90 acres in Germany Valley, Hun
tingdon county, it being one half of the Farm formerly
owned by Geo. Eby, nearly all cleared and in a fine state
of cultivation, choice Lime Stone Land, House and Stable
erected thereon, within running water. 1 1 7, miles front
Sllirleysburg, and 5 wiles from Pemea Rovtoo and. Canal
at At. Union.
ALSO-15 acres of choice land adjoining the above orr
which is erected two good Houses, small Earn, Wood House,
with a-never failing spring of good water, fine Orchard
with choice fruit. This is a very desirable property and'
would be suitable for a mechanic, or any person desiring
to retire from active life. ,
ALSO—A FARM in Union township, Huntingdon coun
ty, consaining 65 acres,
one-half. of which is cleared, and
balance first quality of Timber laud, situated within one
mile of the Penn'a Canal and Rail Road at Mj l Creek. •
. Either of the above propertieS will be sow low and on'
reasonable terms. Apply ts the subscribers at Mill Creek,
Huntingdon county, Fa. KESSLLII. & &RO.
September 10, 1556-tf.
SPERMACETI, a prime lot, for sale by
WM. WILLIAMS & CO.
STET CLOTHING- 1 .,H . 0 ill A ist
]ms returned from the 'East with a large stock of
PALL AND WINT.ER CLOTHING,
for Men and Boys—all of the best and cheaper than else
where. Call and examine for yourselves.
Huntingdon, Sept. 24, 1556.
TIQS`..E—On the Bth inst.,in the bo
rough of Huntingdon, between the P. It. R. Depot
auu the Post Office, a RED SUAWL, with a yellow border,
and satin. stripe. the finder will please leave it at the Pdst
NOTICE.:.I 3- Lirsuant to
arrangementl~ previous the Coi mitteeappointed
the military of the 14th and 16th Divisions P. M., met in
Hollidaysburg, Friday the sth of September. The meeting
was organized by calling-Gen. lt. C. McGILL to the Chair,
and appointing Major GEO. Dean, Secretary.
The object of the meeting being stated 1.0; Majoi - John C.
Innis, it was, On motion, "Resolved, That we hold a Union
F.neampment of the military of the two Divisions at Al
toona, Blair county, Pa., Wow- The 7th to the 11th October,
next, and that a Committee be appointed to extend invita
tions to such companies as would be likely to attend. '
The following persons were appointed said committee :
Maj. Gen. John. C. Watson, Capt. Jazeh "Jigging;
" A. H. Coffroth, B.A. Stitt, '
Brig. Gen. It. C. McGill, " LT, Webb;
cc " Richard White, cc' .P.ll. Dell;
cc cc Geo.. Buchanan, " John Piper,
Major B. F. Bell, " A. S. Harrison;
" John' C. Innis, Lieut. P. Cassiday.-
" Geo. Dare,
On notion, General Watson; Majors Innis and Crotsley ?
Capts. Wehu and Piper, and Lieuts.'Ale and Renner wero
appointed a Committee to procure the requisite number of
tents, and excnrsion tickets tom the Penn'a Rail Road
Company for all troops attending the eticaopment.•
On motion; hlajbr J. e. _tunes of llollidaysburg; y, , .•as are ,
pointed Corresponding SeCietary for the above 'committees
ltAisolved, That the proceedings bo published in the
pens of the counties coniposii!ff the two Divisions. •
R. C. McGILL, President.
GEIS. D..t.ss, Secretary. [Sept. 17,1556.]
v CHESTNUT POSTS for Sale by
(ept3.o) CUNNINGHAM c DUNN.-
'THE CO3IL.NG IIOI 4 .IDAYS_k:-Great
PREPABA.TIONS I ' Te.IV.I. T. FRY,in returning thanks
to is numerous friends andresidents of Huntingdon and
vicinity for their very liberal patronage, and anticipating
all increased demand for articles of ,his oam. Manufacture'
and Importation, has made eNtensive preparations to sup-,
ply the same, in his stock surpassed by 11072 E in thccitir, and
to which he S.'s constantly receiving additions from
'of the newest styles,) cosi always be found • a".ehiiice sofOction
of articles suitable for Bridal - , Bighday ruid'Holiday, Pres
ents, of the most recherche and unique descriptiorqcompri:
sing in part Bich Dressing Cases, Writing Beak, Cabas,
Fans, Bronze Bisque and Parlen Figures; Musical Boxes - ,
Opera Glasses, and a rich variety of the useful anil. erne. :
mental in Ormolu; Bronze; Shell, - Mosaic, Papiar Macho,
&c. Also, Combs, Brushes and Toilet Articles'. - '. .
WM. T. PRY,
128 ARCH - Street, (opposite the Theatre) Philadelphia.
October 1,1856-2.3 m.