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THE HUNTINGDON GLOBE, A DEMOCRATIC FAMILY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, &C.
HUN TING- D 0 N & BROAD TOP
RAIL ROAD. CHANGE OF SCIIEDUL_E:
on and after Wednesday, September 3. 1856, Trains will
leave daily (Sundays excepted) as follows :
srATIONS. - .
Leave Huntingdon ...... ........... 9.30 Arrive
" McConnellstown ....... .....9.45 Leave
" Pleasant Grove 9.54 "
"' Marklesburg, 10.04 ~-
" ' Coffee Run 10.20 ce
" Rough , Ready 10.30 at
" Fishers' Summit 10.51) if •
" Saxton 11.10 C 4
" Richlelsburg . 11;26 ca
Arrive at Allaqtuppa 11.36 4C '
, P.M. .
Leave Huntingdon .., .......... -5.30 Arriye....„,...8.34
" M'Connellstown 5.43 • ~,
Pleasant Grove 5.54 " .........8.10 1
" Marklosburg 6.06 • " .........7.58'
" Coffee Run 620 .g. 7.42
" ' Rough & Ready - 630
" . Fishers' Summit 6.50 ft 7.16
" Saxton ' - 7.10 " ....,....6.50
"" Riddelsbnrg 7.26 ..--C,
Arrive at Allaquippa 7.34 . Leave '—6 30
Connecting at HUNTINGDON with the following Trains
on Pennsylvania Rail Road: the Express Train West at
7.12 a. m.—tho Through-Mail Train East at 2.36 p. m. - , and
the Through - Moil Tram , West'ut 5:18 p. m: , : - •
Cminectin" -. -at , ALL.A.QUIPT.A. , with Four horse Mail
Coaches to appalt.D. ;... -„t.• . .. ,• , ... i, -, - .
Fifty•Pounds-Raggaganllcated eabh passenger. 'poi any
further information inquire at the office of Transportation
Department, llnntinglion. , ,- . . • .
''.• ' ' JAMES 'BOON, Superiptpciek.
September 3, 1856.
i. t STEWART - DEPUY & .--- SONS,: Ma
sonic Mill, Chestnnt 'stfee . t, (below . `B6) . Philadel
p ia, have opened a large and splendid stock of Velvet,
Tapestry; Brussels, Three Ploy, Ingrain and Venitian
Also—Floor Oil Cloths, Mattings, Hearth -Rugg, Door-
Mats, Driggets, Stair Rods, Table and Piano Covers, &c.,
Se., which they are selling very low for Caih, 'Wholesale
and Retail. September 10,1850-3 m.
TAADIES " FANCY FURS-3 . H
FAREIRA, No. 284 Market Street, above Bth, Phila
delphia, Importer, Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds
and qualities of FANCITUDS. for Ladies and Children.—
J. F., would call the attention of the Ladies - and others 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 those in want,
and at the same time will have one of the largest assort
ments to select from.
Storekeepers and the trade 'will please give me a-call'be
fore purchasing, as my Wholesale department is well sup
plied to meet the demand for every article in the Fueline,
and at the lowest possible Manufacturers Prices.
JOHN PAREIIIA, 284 Market' St.
Deptember 10, 1856 , -4m. -
ADMINISTRATOR'S N O T I C E.-
Letters of Administration have been granted to me
upon the Estate of Susanna Smoker. late of Brady town
ship, Huntingdon county, deed. All persons indebted to
her are requested to make immediate payment, and those
having claims will present them to me.
BAItLETZ MALE Y,
Brady twp., Sept. 10,157,6.—f3t.* Administrator.
ioSE LL I N . G - 0 FT.7—The undersigned
Laving determiaued to quit business, o'nrs to sell his
w le stock. of -
MATCHES, 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 immediately.
.t" -- -Tbose knowing themselves indebted to the subscri
ber, will please call and settle nr , rrALiTELY.
Huntingdon, Sept. 3,1856. EMI. SNARE.
GUN NOTlCR—Andrpyi: Wurfflein,
Importer and Manufacturer of
No. 1 . 22 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 twists, to shoot the pointed
ball of his own make; rifle barrels, shot bags, pouches, &c.
Ile invites persons wishing-to purchase goods in his line,
to call-and examine his stock before purcliwting elsewhere,
as he is determined to sell on the MOST REASONABLE
dKrs Particular attention paid to ILEPAIRING..in all its
branches. ANDREW WUREFLELN.
September 3,1556-3 m
THREE FARMS FOR SALE.--- - -We
would offer for sale the following property, ViZ :
Li.:sll FARM in .Brady township; Huntingdon county,
known as the Mill Creek harm, containing27o 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 fall. Limestone handy, and
easily quarried, the balance of the land is in timbers There
is erected a good... Bank Earn with running water in the
yard, good House with flowing fountain of pure water in
the yard. Also, a young apple orchard of 60 or 70 trees.-
1200 bushels good Wheat has been raised in a. season off of
this form with corresponding crops of other grain. There
is 40 acres of this land first quality bottom land.
ALSO—A FARM of 00 acres in Germany Talley, Hun
tingdon county, it being one half of the Farm formerly
owned by Geo. Eby, nearly all cleared and in a line state
of cultivation, choice Limo Stone Land. House and Stable
erected thereon, within running water. 134 miles from
Shirleysburg, and 5 miles from Penn'altail Head and Canal
at Mt. Union.
ALSO-15 acres of choice land adjoining the above on
Which iS erected two good Houses, small Earn, Wood House.
&c., with a never failing spring of goad 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—AfFAHM in Union township, Huntingdon coun
t•, consaining 05 acres, one-half of which is cleared, and
balance first quality of Timber land, situated within one
mile of tho Peun'a Canal and. Rail iload at SIIII Creek.
Either of the above properties will be sold low and on
reasonable terms. Apply to the subz:eribers at Mill Creek,
Huntingdon county, Pa. , KESSLER if; &RC.
September 10, ISs6—tf..
FALL STOCK-NEW GOODS.
French Merinoes, all colors—Fashionable Cloak
t_loths,—Fall Silks, the new styles—Magnificent now De-
Laines—Dest Styles Fall Calleoes—Nery large stuck of New
Shawls—Flannels, Web,h, English and Anierican—LCloths,
l'estings and all kinds _liens' Wear—Sheetings, Table
Linens, Towelings, &c. BYRE & LANDELL,
4th and Arch Streets, Philadelphia.
Storekeepers are invited to oaarnine our New Goods.—
Families can be well snited in every kind of Dry Goods.—
We make 'Black Silks and Shawls leading articles for
Wholesaleing. P. S. Jobs received daily from the Auctions
of New York and Philadelphia.
TEMES NETT CASH. [Septeniber-b1,185--ani.
PREMIUM IMPROVED SU P.E
PHOSPHATE OF LIME. The only Silver Medarvet
awarded by Agricultural Societies, was given to THIS SU
PERIOR ARTICLE, ut the last Pennsylvania State Fair,
Harrisburg. as.a FERTILIZER of the BEST QUALITY for
WHEAT; CORN, OATS, Grass and Potatoes, raising HEAVY
CROPS, and greatly IMPROVE CG the SOIL. The subscri
ber respectfully informs FARMERS and DEALERS that he
is prepared to supply the Fall demand with this superior
and well tested article.
Vx,l Agents Wanted.—A liberal discount allowed. Also,
No.l Peruvian luid Mexican Guano, Poudretto und.'Lluid
Plaster, Oils, Candles, Soap, of the best quality, at low
est market rates. JNO.I. POMEROY,-
- 9 Ss 10 South Wharves, below Market St., Philadelphia.
ALREADY ON HAND WITH FALL
AND WINTER GOODS.—MOSES STRAITS has just
received a splendid stock of
' FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
DRY GOODS OF ALL HINDS, READY MADE CLOTH
ING, &c., .c., &c., &c.
and examine for yourselves.
nuntingdon, Aug. 27, 1856.
- EAD PIPE for sale' at the Hard.ware
SPERMACETI, a prime lot, for sale by
WM. WILLIAMS & CO.
-11 4 - EW - CLOTHING 1:- - -H7 It Q M
has returned from the East with a large etocic of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
for. Men and Itoya—all of the best and cheaper than else-
Al here. Call and examine for yourselves.
Huntingdon, .wept. 21,1555.
CYS T . —On the Bth inst., in the bo
-4 rough of Huntingdon, between the P. R. R. Depot
and the Pust Office, a RED SZAWL. with a yellow border,
and satin stripe. The finder will plume leave it at the Post
500 CHESTNU T POSTS for Sale by
, (septlo) • CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
ILE COILING HOLIDAYS !—Great
PREPARATIONS I WM. T. FRY, in returning thanks
to IS numerous friends and residents of Huntingdon and
vicinity for their very liberal patronage, and anticipating
all increased demand for articles of his own Manufacture
and Importation. has made extensive preparations to sup
ply the same, in his stock surpassed kg none in the eit.g. and
to which lie is vmstan g receiving additions from EitrePtt
of Mew:west styles,) can always be found a choice selection
of articles suitable for Bridal, Birthday and Irak:ay Pres
ents, of the most recherche and unique description, compri
sing in part Rich Dressing Cases. Writing, Desk, Cabas,
Fans, Bronze Bisque and Parian Figtures, Musical Boxes,
Opera'Glasses. and a rich variety of the useful and orna
mental in' Ormolu, Bronze, Shell, Mosaic, Papier Mache,
&e. Also, Combs, Brushes and Toilet Articles.
117. H. T. FRY,
128 ARCH Street, (opposite the Theatre) Philadelphia.
October 1,1856-2 m.
PitEraoD SAYS THE COMMONWEALTILY
ROCLAMATION.--N 0 TICE OF ,
-SLDENTIA.L RLE WCTlON.—hereas, in and by an Act
of the General Asiembly of the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, entitled "An act to direct the manner, time and
place of holding elections for the Electors of President and
Vice President of the United. States," enacted the 2d of
February, 1802, it is enjoined on me to give Public Notice
of such election to be held. Therefore, I, JOSHUA
GREENLAND, High Sheriff of the county of Huntingdon,
do hereby make known and give this public notice to the
electors of the said county of Huntingdon, that au elec
tion will be held in the said county on the FIRST TUES
DAY (being the 4th day of November,) at the several Dis
tricts composed as follows, viz :
Ist district, composed of the township of Henderson, ex
cept the borough of Huntingdon, and also a part of Porter
township, and all that part of Walker township, not in the
15th district, at the Court House in the borough of Hun
2tl district, composed of Dublin township, at Pleasant
Hill School House near Joseph Nelson's, in said-township.
3d. district, composed of so much of Warriursmark town
ship, as is not included in the 19th district, at the school
house adjoining the town of Warriorsinark.
4th district, composed of the township of Hopewell, at
Rough and Ready Furnace.
sth district, composed of the township of . Barree, at the
home of James Livingston, iu the town of Saulsburg, in
Said township. .
6th district, composed of the borough of Shirleysburg,
and all that part of the township of Shirley riot included,
within the limits of District No. 21, as hereinafter- meu
tioned and described, at the House of David Frisker, dec'il,
' 7th district composed of Porter sad part of Walker tow
ship, and so much of West township as is included lulu. ,
followinghouudaries to wit: Beginning at the southwest.
corner of Tobias Cauirnan's Ferns on the bank 5 .r the Little
'Juniata river; to the lower, cud of JackSciti s_nkfrows,
'thence in a northwesterly direction to the 'Most southerly
part of the' farm owned by Michael Mactirire; tlidnee.north
40 degrees - west to the top of Tussey's mountain to 'inter-,.
sect the line of Franklin township; thence alongithe said
line to. Little Juniata river, thence down the stone to the
plade,ofbeginning, at the public school house opposite the
' German Reformed Church, in the borough . of Alexandria.
Bth, district,• composed of the township of Franklin at
the house of Geo. W..Mattern, in said township.
9th .district, composed of Tell township, at the Union
,school house - near the Union ,Meeting house, in 'said town;
10th district, composed of Springfield township, at the,
School house near Ifugh Madden s, iu said township. . '
11th district, composed of Union township, at the school
house near Ezekiel Corbin's in said township.
•12th district, corupbsed of Brady township, at the Centre
school house, in said township. , , .
Vith district, composed of Morris township, at ,public
school house No. 2, in said township.
14th district, composed of that part of West township, -
not included in 7th and '26th districts, at the public school
house on the farm now owned by Miles Lewis, (formerly
owned by James Ennis,) in said township. -
15th district, composed of that part of Walker township
.lying south west of a line commencing opposite 'David Cor
bin's house, the Union township line, thence in a straight
line, including said Corbin 's house, to the corner of Porter
township, on the Ifuntinmdon and Woodcock valley road,
at the house of BenjamiriMagithy, in sail township.
16th district. composed of the township of Tod, at the
Green school house, in said township. .
17th district, composed of that part of West township on
the south side of Warrior ridge, beginning at the line of
West and Henderson townships, at the foot of said ridge,
to the line of Barree township, thence by the division line
of Bailee and West townships to the summit of Stone
mountain, to intersect the line of Henderson. , and , West
townships, thence by said line to the place of beginning, at
the house now occupied by Benjamin Corbin, on Murray's
.12. 0 3
18th district, composed of Cromwell township, at the
house now occupied by David Etnire. in Orbisonia.
19th district, COLUVOSed of the borough of Birmingham,
with the several tracts of land near to and attached to the
saute, now owned and occupied by Thomas Owens,John
K. Ma;ahem, Andrew Robeson, John Genainier and Wm.'
Gen:diner : and the tract of laud now owned by,George and
John t-'hoeuberger, known as the Porter ;tr.tet, situate in
the township of Warriorsmark, at the
.pithlic sclni4.d 10118 c
in said borough. •
• 20th district, composed of the township of Cates, at the
public school house in Cassville, in said township.
21:;t district. composed of the township of Jackson, at
the house of Robert Barr, now occupied by Henry Selfridge
nt MeAleavy's Fort, in said township.
22d district, composed of the township of Clay, at the
house of Joshua Shore,-at the Three Springs in said town
231 district, composed of the township of Penn. at the
public school house in Narklesburg, in said township.
'24th district, composed and created as follows, to wit:
That all that part of Shirley township, Huntingdon coun
ty, lying and being within the following described boun
daries, namely : beginning at the intersection of Union
and Shirley township lines with the Juniata river, on the
south side thereof; thence along said Union township line
for the distance of three miles from said river; thence
enstwardly by a straight line to the point where the main
front Eby's mill to Germany valley, crosses the summit of
Sandy ridge: thence northwardly along the summit of
Sandy ridge to the river, Jmdatn, and thence up stidriver
to the place of beginning, shall hereafter forma seperato
election district. That the q tudified voters of said elec
tion district shall hereafter hold their general and town
ship elections in the public School House in Mount Union,
in said district.
25th district, composed of the borough of Huntingdon
at the Court House in said borough.
2bth district, composed of the borough -of Petersburg
and that part of West township west and north of a line
between Henderson and West townships, at or near the
Warm Springs, to the Franklin township line on the top
of Tussey's mountain, so as to include in the new district
the houses of David Wahismith, Jacob Longanoeker, 'Thom
as Hamer, :fames Porter and John Wall, at ' the School
House in the borough of Petersburg. -
-At which time and place will be chosen a number of
persons, equal to the whole number of Senators an I Eel -
resentatives to which this State is entitled in-the Congress
of the United States (being TWENTY-S2VEN in Rundle')
ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF
THE UNITED STATES.
And the several Judges, Inspectors and Cle ice, who at
tended on the 14th day of October, at the, vied ion for 31ein
bers of the General Assembly, &c., are hereby enjoined to
attend and perform the like duties at the Said Election of
Electors, subject to like penalties fur neglect or misc. m.d•act
as they were liable to at the Election. of Members of the
General Assembly, &c.
I also make known and ;five notice, as in and by the 13th
section of the aforesaid act am directed, •• that every per
son. excepting justices of the peace Who shall hold any
ofliCe or appointment 'of profit or trust ninder the govern
ment of the United States, or of this State, or of any city
or corporated district, whether a commissioned officer or
agent, who is or shall he employed tinder the legislative,
executive or judiciary department of this State, or of the
United States, or of any city or incorporated district, and
also. that every member of Congress, and of the State
Legislature, and of the select or common council of any
city, commissioners of any incorporated district, is by law
incapable of holding or exercising at the same time, the
office, or appointment of judge, inspector or clerk of ally
election of this Common wealth, and that no inspector or
judge, or other officer of anf •;tte.lt election shall be eligi
ble to any office to be then voted tbr."
Also, that in the 4th section of the act of msembly, en
titled "an act relating, to executions and for other purpo
ses.” approved April 1Gth,1.840, it is enacted that the afore
saidl3th section °• nut be WO construed as to *event any
militia. officer or borough 'officer from serving PS 'judge, or
inspector or cleric, of any general or special election in
Pursuant to the provisions contained in the Gith section
, of the net aforesaid the judges of the aforesaid districts
shall respectively take charge 'of the' certificate or return
of the election of their respective districts, and - produce
them at a meeting of-one of the judges from each district
at the Court House in the borough of Huntingdon, on the
third day after the day of the election, - biting for the pre
sent year on Friday the 7th of November• next, then and
there to do and perform the duties requiretnylaw 'of said
judges. Also, that where a judge by sickness or unavoid
ableaccident, is unable to attend said meeting of judges,
then the certificate of return. aforesaid shall be taken in
'charge by one of the inspectors or clerks of the election
of said district, and shall do and .perform the duties re
quired of said judge unable to'attend.
Also, that in the 61st section of said act. it.is enacted
that "every general and special election shall be opened
between the hours of eight and ten in the forenoon, and
s]n 11 contirine"without interruption or adjournment until
seven o'clock in the evening, when the polls sl tall he closed:'
Given under my' hand at Huntingdon,' the 1 16th day of
November, 1850, and of the Independence of the United
States the eightieth.
JOSHUA GREEN A.ND, - Sheriff.
Huntingdon, Oct. 15,1856.
TOVES, STOVES.—Wholesale and
BETAIL.—We respectfully call the attention
o Country Merchants and those in want of a
good article of Cooking, Heating Stoats, to our
extensive stock, comprising the following Stoves,
Globe Cook. Completes. Delaware Cook, Banner, Flat Top,
Bay State, Ariel. l3ualc Cook, fie., Se.
Our Heating Stoves consist of Bar rooms, Cannon Stoves,
Our MACGREGOR Heating Stoves, for Halls, Parlors and
Stores, warranted to give more heat than any other Stove
M the market, as numerous references will show.
N. B. Also, Agents for Queen's Patent Portable Forges
& Alacgregors Cauldron Furnaces, for rendering lard, &c.,
&c. Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
NEHAN & IVARNICK,
N. E. Corner Second & Race Sta.
September 3,1556-43 m
„ SACKS COFFEE just received and
_,Ftyfor sale by CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
LADIES, ATTENTION !—My assort
meat Of beautiful dress goods 18 now open, and ready
for Inspection. Every article of dress you may &Are, can
be found at my afore. D. P. CWIN.
0 0 ERIES.-NEW BUSINESS
AT AN OLD STAND.—TIie subscriber would inform
the Public that he has just opened a well belected assort-
Ment of GROCERIES, at Ilarrison's Store Room, at the
\vest end of Rill Street, where he will keep and sellall ar
ticles in his line, for cash, or in exchange for country pro•
Huntingdon, Oct, 1,1866.
VALUABLE 'FARM FOR SALE.
The undersigned offer at private sale, A TRACT OF
FINE LIMESTONE LAND, situate in Woodcock Valley,
Huntingdon county, about one mile from MeConnellstown,
one and a half from the Broad Top Rail Romi,. and six and
a half from the Pennsylvania Rail Road and Canal at Hun
tingdon. There are 451 ACRES in the 'whole tract, 200 of
which are cleared and in good cultivation; 100 acres are in
clover and 20 in timothy. It is all GOOD LIMESTONE
LAND, and can conveniently' be divided into two or more
There are a good Dwelling House, Frame Stable,
.:.; Double Barn, and Outbuildings and Two Orchards,
on the property.
A stream sufficient for a Saw Mal runs through it, and
there are springs in every field except one.
The land which is not cleared is well covered with Pop•
lar, Chesnut, Whiteoak, Hickory, Walnut, Locust and Ma
ple timber of the best quality.
There is a good Lime .Kiln on the farm, and a nin rf
-.null Ore runs, through the land, which will make iron
equal to any manufactured on the Juniata.
The land is all patented, and an indisputable title will
Possession given after the first of April next.
TERMS—One.fourth in hand, and the residue In three
equal lumina instalments with interest.
Any further. information desired, will be given by Mires
& DORRIS, Huntingdon, DANLEL Fl,Esma on the premises,
or the undersigned at Kittaning.
A. & A. REYNOLDS,
Executors of David Reynolds, deceased.
. July S, 1556.—: m
I I THE NEATEST AND BEST A 5....
.... . , -
i SOUTKENT Or BOOTS - ND SHOES, • JUST 'Ell - ...
:;42.al.VED BY LE:NI WESTBROOK.. , ' r•-•
• , Ladies • turd gentlemen , are invitml to call and ifli
,examine rmy beautiful assortment of Boots and : • ~.
Shoes of all sizes, of the latssa styles, for all , age 4 -
Huntingdon, Juneii,lSWc , ,
.; -, r_-,, . --• i ' '',
110tOOTSP , SIIOES, GAITORS, AND
- PASITIONARDE HATS,
SELLING AT VERY LOW PRICES,
AT IL ROMAN'S CLOTHING STORE.
- .Huntin Edon, Pa.
NTEW GROCERY STORE., •
Everighing of the hest Cheaper tlae7i elsewhere.
LOVE t McDIVIT inform the citizens of Huntingdon
and vicinity, and the public in genera/ that they have just
opened in Market Square, in the (twilling, formerly ocen-:
pied by Esquire Snare, a handsomeassortment of the must
CHOICE 0 ROCE R 1 ES, including every article usually kept
in the best Grocery Stores in the city. 'Having a boat
11 i rig; we are determined VI accomodate the public with the,
freshest and best. Give usa - call antrixamine for your-,
Huntingdon, May 21, 1856.
ADDLERS" improVed splitting- and
1.0 gauge Knives for sale at the Hardware store of
JAS. A. BROWN & CO.,
t r,i_RINDSTONES with friction rollers, -
‘_A• w 1 o n (Cs. Oil Stones, also Knives and Forks,
Spoons, :..ci550r,4,46., decidedly the best assortment in the
county. POrcelain; Tinned and Plain Boilers, Stewing,
Frying and Baiting Pans, fur sole at prices which make it
the interest of purchasers to cull, at the Hardware Store of
JAS.- A. BROWN & co.
I` ; ACKERLG=In whole and half
rels. Also, ROE MIMING by the half barrel, for
sale at the cheap ;grocery of _ _ .
.IGHTNING RODS Armitage's
ATENT OF SUPERIOR .ELECTRIC MAGNET LIMIT-
N I Nt; RODS, it is now admitted on all hands, that every
bailding to be secure front the destructive influences of
lightning shohld be provided with a good conductor.
TIM large number of worthless rods that are put up
makes it nnecessark• for purehmers to examine the merits
of, the different,rods offered for sale.
The Public need but to, examine Armitage 's rods to he
convinced that. they are constructed upon not only the
.best, but the only safe principle of any rod iu use.. -
Over 6000 of these rods, have already been put up with
otit the loss of ddellnes worth of property. by lightning in
any buildhip.-, Which they have been attached . , - which is
the best evidence that they arc perfectly satire. I have a
tew on hand which I will sell Sir less than h•df of the re
tail price asked Art-int:To, to close out ley stock. Coll
soon at Colon's Book Store, Huntingdon, Pa., where they
out be had of "WM. COLON.
Huntingdon, July 16, 1556.
NTEW GOODS.—Just received,, a vari
ety of articles at the corner of Smith and Alleghany
streets ' Cedar and Willow ware, Axes, double and single
bit, Stoves, Iron Kettles, Plough Shears, &c., &c., whole
sale and retail. GEO. IEART LEY.
AUCTION ROOM.—Having fitted up
an Auction Room adjoining his store, the undersign
ed will sell off part of his stock by auction, every Saturday
evening, and during, the Court, until disposal of. }'mesons
having any articles of furniture or merehandize, to dis!pese
of, by sending the some to the Auction Room in his charge,
Can have sales.made to the best advantage. on moderate
charges—or if the owners prefer attending to their sales,
they can have the use of the Auction Room a day, week,
&c.. at moderate charges. GEO. HARTLEY'.
Huntingdon, August 6,185641 t.
ETSTONE STATE SAPONIFIER,
or CONC EN T It AT ED LYE, ANFarranted to make soap
without lye, and with little trouble. It makes hard. soft,
and fancy soaps. For sale at the cheap Drug and Fancy
Store of 'W3I. WI LLIAMS & CO.,
Market Square, Huntingdon, Pa.
HISTORY OF THE EARLY SET
TLEMENT OF TIM JUNIATA VALLEY.—The
Citizens of Huntingdon county can procure the above
work at the Bookstore of W. COLON, in Huntingdon, who
will also mail it to any address on the receipt of two dol
lars. Huntingdon. July 23, 1256.
QUPERIOR VANILLA BEAN for
K.) sale attheChee Drug Store, Market Square,,
SUPERIOR HORSE. BALLS,
ht • arks.
fllTßATßOrMagnesia for sale at the
New and Cheap Drug Store in Huntingdon, Pa.
lICLASS of all sizes from 82(10 to 20x30,
received and for sale by WILLIAMS & CO.
TIRESI.I lot of Balm of a Thousand
_l' Flowers, for sale at the new Drug, Fancy and Variety
Store, Market Square, Huntingdon, Ta.
It. A. DORSKY. JAS. DOIRIIIFIRTY.
irtsEy - & I)OUGITERTY, Whole
sale Dealers in VODACCO, AND SEGARS, No. 11
North Fifth Street, Philadelphia. [July 8, 1856.
VALSAINI FIR for sale at the Cheap
Drug Store of . . WILLTAMS kCO.
RIME lot of Farina, just received and
fir saie at •. WILLIAMS Sc CO'S.
WRIGHT'S Hair Ite, , Yeherator or Am
ber Close, for.sale at WILLIAMS & CO'S.
TEAS from 15 to 22 cents per quarter,
at LOVE A: 3PDIV.T.T'S.
FLOUR—Always on hand and for sale
at • LOVE .S; 11rDIVIT'S GROCERY.
71,""QN SYRUP, a genuine article, for
sale by '• ' • ' WM. WILLIAMS S: CO.
Fresh lot of ...Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for
sale at Williarna & C,o's . Cheap Drug Store.
kJIIENC K!S Puhnottie..Syrup , for the
cure of Consumption, for sate by
. , WIVL 'WILLIAMS 4; CO'S.
HLTSBA.ND'S celebrated Calcined Alas
nesia.: for sale at the CHEAP DRUG STORE, Mar
ket bquare. Huntingdon, Pa.
POBIAS' Venetian Liniment, for sale
by -•• • WM. WILLIAMS & CO.
TMPORTANT TO EVERYBODY.-
For the last three years; I have been engaged in a bu
siness known, only to myself. and, comparatively, few
others, whom I have instructed for the sum of $2OO each,
which has averaged me at the rate of $3,000 to $5,000 per
annum ; and having made arrangements to go to Europe
next Spring, to engage in the same business, I am willing
to give full instructions in the art to any person in the
United States or Canadas, who will remit me the suns of
$l. lam induced, from the success I have been favored
with, and the many thankful acknOwledgments I have re
ceived from those whom I have instructed, and who are
making from $0 to $ . 15 Pale DAY at it, to give any - person an
opportunity to engage in this business, which is easy,
pleasant, and very profitable, at a small cost. There is pos
itively No Ilumßuo in the matter. References of the best
class can be given as regards its character, and I can refer
to persons whom I have instructed, who will testify that
they are making from $5 to $l5 per day at the same. It
is a business in which either ladies or gentlemen can en
gage, and with perfect ease snake a very handsome income.
Several ladies in various parts of New York State, Penn
sylvania and Maryland, whom I have instructed, are now
making Irons $3 to $6 per day at it. It is a GENERAL Bust-
NEss. and but a few shillings is required to start it. Upon
receipt of $l, I will immediately send to the applicant a
printed circular containing full instructions in the m art,
which can be perfectly understood at once.
Ail letters must be addressed to A. T. PARSONS, 335
Broadway, New York. [Sept. 10, '56.-Im.
PERUVIAN GUANO.— Experience
has taught the Farmer that the ONLY RELIABLE
Fertilizer is the PERUVIAN GOVERNMENT GUANO.—
The subscriber, Solo Agent in Philadelphia fur the sale of
it, has now on hand a large stock of
PURE PERUVIAN GUANO,
Which he will sell at the lowed. Cash price, in lots to suit
either dealers or farmers. S. J. CHRISTIAN,
Sole Agent for PhiladelphM,
No. 48 North Wharves, and :47 North Water
August 20, 1856-C.m.
PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS CARDS.
DR. JOHN MeCULLOOH, offers his
professional services to 11;3 citizens of Huntingdon
and vicinity. Office at Mr. Hildebrand's, between the Ex
change and Jackson's Hotel. Aug. 28, '55.
P. CAMPBELL, Attorney at Law,
• Office in the brick row near the Court House.
-SCOTT & BROWN, Attorneys• at Law,
Huntingdon, Pa. Office same as that formerly occu
pied by - Mr. Scott. 'Huntingdon, Oct. 17, 1853.
TOHN N. PROWELL, Attorney at Law,
efr Will attend faithfully to all legal business entrusted
to his care. Huntingdon, July 20, 1855.
SIMPSON AFRICA, County Sur
f) veyor, Huntingdon, Pa.' Office on Hill street;
-DRS. MILLER -& FRAZER, r,_4 o „f•-*
DENTISTS, Huntingdon, Pa. Offices
on 11111 street, opposite the Court House, and
North East corner of Hill and Franklin. Jan. 9, 1850.
e& W. SAXTON, Huntingdon, , Pa.—
o Dealers in Dry Gooils, Groceries Hardware, Queens
ware, Hats, Caps, Boots, Bbots,'Grain,
M. COLON, ' •
Dealer in Wicks, Siationary, Wall Paper, &c. &c
-~ -- -
~ e , Dealer in Dry aocaq, Groceries, Hardware, Queens;
ware, 'Hats and Caps, Boots aced Shoes, Vie. •
ey - g!under:grlfuntingdon,•
TOP, C., ReGTIA.i,
ji_.% ) . Founder, Alexandria, Huntingdon county, Pa.
Dealer in: Dry
_Goods, Ready_ Made Clothing, Gro
ceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, etc. ,
HROMAN, • . - ,
• Dealer in Ready Male Clothing, Hats andcaps,
Boots and. Shoes, Sc.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Ilea dy 31d.ile Clothing, Grocer
EVI - WESTBROOK,
1 .4 Dealer in *Gentlemen's, Ladies?-and Misses' Bouts,
Shoes, Gaiters; etc.
TJONG-, & DECKER,
DealerS . in Groceries, Confectionaries, Queenswarc;
}lour, SEc. '
e .. 9 Watchmaker and dealer l). Watches, Clocks, and Jew
elry, tte, •
Plaits an(l Ornameltg Xtatmfaarirct:
T4 O :
beaters in . Groceries, Conflietionaries. Fluur. .e
AS A. BROWN and CO.,
. Dealers in all kinds of llnrthvart
PUNNINGII.A.3I and DUNK, . •
Dealers in Dry Cowls, Groceries, Irardwaro, Queens
ware, Grain, &c. Sc..;,
- Caryiako and Wagg - qn Manufacturer
Proprietor of the Farmers' Home Hotel
A NDREW MOEBUS,
Proprietor of the Broad Top House
RAMFY Practical Surveyor,
lluntinGdan, Pa. 1 0fli j ce On Hill street, one doer • east
of the Lluntinfolon 3hu•ble Yard. ;
BEFEILENCES-L. T. Watson, Philadelphia; .T. P. Leslie,
Geologist, Philadelphia; Charles .Ilickley, Rough - and
itearly Furnace, Ilon- Jonathan , - ,• .•
JDAMS & CO'S EXPRESS: T. K:
sr.tIO.NTON; Agent, Huntingdon- Pa. Money; Pack
and•Ootsts of :at kinds received and forwarded at the
risk of the ComPany, to all; the cities.arid principal towns
in the - United States.' • - - . -
01-11315Q.1.T, DORRIS &C 0. ,• : • 1
:Miners, and Dealers in liniad Top Coal, ifinitingdon
m - A.GUIIIE & PORT,
ji_Mineis, and Dealers in Brinul Top Coal, !fun( ingdon
- 17 - EssLER., WIET.NEY & CO.,
Ml L Miners, and Dealecs 'in Broad Top Coal. Huntingdon
DOWEL, SAXTON & Co.,
• Miners, and Dealers in Broad Top Coal. J. W. Saxton,
Iluntingdon; 11.11are.Powel, 56 Walnut st., Philadelphia.
THE BEST CHEESE always on hand
tl4 ct.., at • . LOVE & Ma)] NIT'S.
rpOBACCO, Segars and Snuff, the best,
at LOVE Sr, 3teDl VMS.
• EST SUGARS, from 8 to 15 cents,
at LOVE C McDIVIT'S.
1 - MST COFFEE, at 14 cents, to be had
13 - LOVF C MeDiViT'S.
- REST MOLASSES from 50 to 75 ets.,
p by the gallon, at . LOVE & McDIVIT'S.
IXED PI - CKLES,.Pepper Sauce and
Carstkp; LOVE d: McDIVIT'S.
AIBRELLAS and Parasols, of a new
j.styl., just received, and for sale by
npild J. & W. SAXTON.
A RE youmfflicted:withißlibumatism ?
_EL JOIT.N C. WESTRRPOK, of -Cassvilleonanufactres
a sure cure tirr Rheumatism. December 7,1855.
ix" L. B. MUSGRAVE & CO., AV hole
v. v 6 sale Druggists. and Dealers in Drugs, Spices,
Chemicals, Dye-Stuffs, Acids, Glassware. Paints, Oils. Masi,
&c., 31-6 Market StreCt , above 11th, South Side, Philadel
phia. . .
o,__Druggists and eountr3: merehantt are requestc4l to
give them a call and examine their stock and pricks, before
making their purchases. -. • : ' ' ' May 28. 1856.
ATTENTION, ATTENTION !
Best Zinc Paint only S 2 08 Per keg.
- Pure White Lead only S 2 Si per keg.
, And other,paints iu proportion. at the cheap Hardware
Store of " • J. A. BROWN A: CO.
UILDERS, do you believe .it?. Nails
are selling at $4 00 per keg, at the neNr• Hardware
Store of • - • ;• J. A; DROWN & CO.
ACKEREL, Codfish, Salmon; Hor
t ring, Pork', Hams tt Sides, Shoulders, Lard and
ease, cotUtantly on hand and for sale by
J. PAL3II:I/ ,S; CO.,
April 0 ISSC-31n. Market Street Wharf, Philadelphia.
4 1 ALL CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS,
,}(). BULPI N A T: . g) II . ° ll r ltil l fa L L ' r t e l\ ra p oP '. A r o - a l alt;d 'Man
tillas, No. 174 CIIESTNUT'Street, (tt few doors•above 7th,
south side 4) PHILADELPHIA. - (In connection, with GEO.
BULPIN, :361 Ilroadway, N, r. The largest Manufacturer
of these goods in the United States:)
Beg to call the attention' f Wholesale and Retail buyers
to their large and varied stock of Cloaks, Talmas, &c., &c.,
Their collecticin - comprises a complete 'assortment Of all
the latest Parisian Novelties in Velvet, Moire-Antique,
Cloth, Plain Silk, &e., &c.J . while the facilities afforded by
their connection with the largest Manufacturing }louse,
(of the . se goods,) in New York; enable them to guarantee
better value than is obtainable elsewhere in this market.
°EQ. BULPLN & CO,
' - 174 Chestnut Stieet, iibove_7th.
September 3,1856-3 m.
QOMETFIING NEW IN HUNTING--
DON.—Tho celebrated Contra county Iron for safe at
the following prices: 4 cents per lb.; for common assorted
, y 4 inches square and round up, 4 cents; for horse shoo
and spike rods, including IA and , 7 8 in. square, and 5 cents
for nail rods, at the cheap store of
piROAD TOP- ROUSE. . ANDREW
WERE'S would';especaully infofni the public -_~ H
that ho has fitted up the Broad Top House, on Alle
gheny street, at the Broad Top Depot, Huntingdon,
and is now prepared to entertain strangers and travellers
in an unobjectionable style.
Ins table will always' be supplied with the substantials
and delicacies of the season. His Bur is furnished with the
choicest liquors.. In a word, no pains will be spared to
render guests comfortable and happy. ' June 13.
HE PENNSYLVANIA STATE AG
RICULTURAL SOCIETY will hold its sixth annual
ex ibition . at Pittsburg, commencing September 30th and
continuing October 1, 2 and 3.
The annual address by Hon. George W. Woodward. Com
petition for the Premiums open to all
Pittsburg, Sept. 17,1856*.
FOR: THE FALL TRADE!!
Huntingdon, June 17, 1856.
G ENUINE Electric Oil for sale at the
CHEAP DRUG STORE, Market Square.
R. GREEN'Sik.romatie Sap, for Stom
ach. Complaints, for sale at the Variety Store of
WM. WILLIAMS & CO.
PiR. JOHN BULL'S Sarsaparilla, and
DR. TOWNSEND'S SARSAPARILLA. for eldest the
p Dreg Store, by WM. WILLIAM® a: 00
THE HUNTINGDON FOUNDRY IN
BLAST AGAIN (=-The take tiihi Method
or informing their friends and the public generally, that;
... they have rebuilt the Ifunting,don
• dry, and aro now in successful operation,
I and are prepared to furnish Castings of
o rpr r r a uu t every description, of best quality and.-
workmanship, on short notice, and on
reasonable terms. Farmers are invited to call and exam
ine our Ploughs. We are manufacturing the Hunter
Plough. This plough took the first premium at the Hun-,
tingdon county Agricultural Fair last fall. Also,. Hunter's
celebrated Cutter Ploughs, Which can't be beat—together
with the Keystone, Hillside and Bar-shear ploughs, We
have on band and are manufacturing Stoves—such as
Cook, Parlor, and Office stoves'for wood or .Cdal.. hollow
ware, consisting of Kettles. Boilers, Skillets, .&i%, all . of.
which. we will sell cheap for cash or lit eichtinge for vOlitl
try produce. Old metal taken for.,e:tistings. By a strict
attention to business, -and a. desire to please, we hope to re
ceive a liberal share of public patronage.. • , • -
I. CUNNINGHAM & BRO.
Huntingdon, April 30, 1656.
QPECIAL NOTICE !-11... C. McGILL
wishes to inform his friends and the public generally,
that he has bought the Alexandria nun- .
. dry, lately owned by Israel Gratilus, Esq.,
1, • Witt together. with its :Patterns, Flasks and
spr•Mrs.ururrn other contents: And from his, long expe
te..77-..-"'-- .rience in the business,'hehopes to obtain.
a share of the public patronage. As ho has the ...Foundry'
in full operation, he can furnish all who may give him d
call with all kinds of Castings, such as Rolling Mill, Forge,,
Grist and Saw Mill Castings—iinprovedTlifhtibinin, iachine -
Castings. And in. a 'Short- tithe will have .Cohdr, -Storets ox*
various sizes and improyed.patterns for-wood s and coal.—"
Als6;ten-nlate; 'p.m-tight; parlor, and Val•-focini •sto4e's', pfj
varibas.size9; Rm. wood. or coal: - Also: • CaStilfq/lin'
cellar grates. such as kii k to,s,siiis r
Ploughs of. every lateseitial Most improved.
styles. Also, Sle(Mied'and"Weofittiies, ovenifrarnos,.,
large bells, and water pipes, Hollow, ware-consisting of
kettles, boilers, etc. paving turning lqtbps he, mill be'
able to furnish any of the hbdve named articleS 'of either ,
wood or iron—and all .other kinds of Castings, • ,4 too "nu
merous to mention," all of which will he sold cheaper than
ever for Cash and all kinds of country produce. Old metal:
will be taken in exchange for castings. Bring, along your,
Old metal, your cash and country produce, when any arti
cles are wanted. , It. C. McOll,L.
Alexandria, April 23,
O THE PUBLIC.—T uuidersi.ned
informs his he is friends and the public generally.
t at he has leased the FARMERS' HOME HOTEL, :NO
in the borough of Huntingdon, and is now prepared "I' •
to accommodate with boarding and lodging all who may ,
River him with a call. ' Ills Ear is fitrnished with the best ,
LIVERY §TATILE.—Iie has also piovitie'd
AANN'' hiniself with a good stock of Horsed, Car
riao-es ,tc for the:accommodation of the pub:
He, at reasonable charges. .. ~ .
HENRY - 3Ie3IK3;IGILL:
Books; BOOKS ! 40,000 N.Toitinie . s
of new and popular Bo 9 ks, eitibracinz every variety
• usually kept in a Philadelphia Book Store,
4 .Z.1.': -. 1., and many of them na . half •the Publisher's
" retail prices, the 'ubscriber.now ()gm; to
ARA --,:' the public.
All School . Books used in the county elln
he had in any quantities at retail and wholesale rates.
Foolscap, Letter, ' and Wrapping paper,
wholesale, or by the ream.
100 Supeiior Gold Pens
,with ,Silver and
Cold cases., frolll - $l. upwards. - •
Also Pocket and Pen Knive4 - of Boge - rs'
and others' best manufacture.'
• 100 Splendid Pert Monniaes :and•Poeket
Books at 20 cts. and upwards., _
3,000 pieces Wall Paper of the latest,and
prettiest styles, just received from New York and Phil&
delphia„ prices from 10 cis a piece and upwards.
f5OO beautifully painted and gold . gilied
Window Shades at 44 cis , : and upwardsi.
The public have but to call and exandue, to lie:cenvisne
ed that in buying of the above stock they will be pleased'
and also' save money.' Remember 'the place: corner of,
_Montgomery 4incl Railroad streets. . W.NL COLON.
Huntingdon, April 16. 1136. ,
SPRING - AD N' SUMMER 'GOODS.
LAT EST IAR VAL. •
J. Fe W. SAXTON are now receiving, and noNv opening,
One-of the: finest assortments of Goods ever olreied to the
citizens of this place, as 'follows:
• Cloths, Cassiffiers, Sattinctts; VestingsL=
Cotton Goods for Summer wear. Also, Shalieys,
Lawns and. Prints, with other articles for the ladies:, A
splendid lot of Mack Silk, Ladies' striped and barredlltess
Silk, Muslin, Linn Goods, and in fact, every article of wear
ing apparel necessary for the Ladies.
Hosiery and Fancy Goods. Also,ailkindii
of Dress Trimmings, Gloves, Comte ribbons, Hair ltr<Sids,
Dress Caps, and every kind usually kept in a country stare.
Bonnets and Straw Hats of the latest styles; silk, crape,
and straw bonnets. Hats and Caps of the very latest
styles, and of every shape and color.
Boots and Shoes. "Our stock of Boots and
Shoes cant be beat for quality and Cheapness of prices,
and one of the finest stocks ever offered. ;
... • 4
Carpet and Oil Cloth. A splendid. assort
ment of Carpet, Druggett. and Oil Cloth. AlsoL:-.llard
ware, the best assortment in town, not excepting the Hard
ware establishment, and at lower prices. Queensware,
Groceries, Tobacco, Segars, Willow ware and Cedar , care.
Ropes, Tow-lines, and Cords, and everything usually kept
inch country store, can .be had at the Cheap .Store of
Huntingdon. April' W, 1856. .I..ct W. SAXTON.
rilim CHEAP CORNER FOREVER
fl SPRING and SUMMER GOO'S, IleaWMade . Cloth
ing, &c.—BENJAMIN JACOBS itifornis his old custonn-rs
and the citizens of the borough and county of Hunting
don generally, that he has just opened an extensive assort
ment of Goods of all kinds suitable for Spring and Slllll
- which will compare in quality and prices with any
others brought to town the present season. Ills stock
consists of every'article . of Ladies Dress Goods. In part,
Ginghams, Lawns, 'printed and plain Bureges ' Prints of all
kinds, .Muslin, Gloves, Hosiery, &e., in fact all arti
cles of dress to be found in any other store in town.
Also, an extensive assortment of Relitly
made Clothing, for men and boys, for spring and summer
wear, all well Made and of good materials. Also, Hats,
Caps, Boots awl Shoes, of all sizes.
Also, Groceries, Queensware, • GlaSstVare,
Hardware, equal to tiny in town ; mid-many more 'articles
" too numerous to mention?'
My old customers and the public in general. are invited
to call and examine my new Goods: They will find them
equal in quality, and as low in price, as uny others in tbo
county. , , .
All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for
Goods at the highest marked prices.
Huntingdon, March 2.6,485 f.,
fALD • STROUSIIAS . COME AGAIN
N ....." with a splendid stuck of CLOTHING, made' up in
the latest styles, f the choicest Goodi. ; The stock couststs
in part of Dress.and FrocleCoats, Pants, Vents, Cc., &c l an
of which will be disposed of at low rates. • '
Also; tt good assortment of -DRY GOODS,
Comprising .13aregel, Tissues, Challeys, Do, Mines, Bril
'Mutes. Lawns, &e.
'Being anxious to secure a part of the public confidence
and patronage, I will do my utmost to merit the same,
and therefore would earnestly solicit those about parches
" any thing in: my line, to tall and examine Icy 'Stock
before going elsewhere, tu3 - I.shall always keep. n complete
Stock constantly on hand, to enable me to snit the tastes
of all who' may feel inclined to favor me with their custom.
Itemember.your old friend Mosel
GROCERY' AND t CONFECTIONA.-
AtY STORE. LONG" & DECidit, respitetfullY in
form their friends and the public in ;general, that hey
still continue the Grocery and Confeetionary:bUsiness,
under the Sons of Temperance Hall, .on tdret, Hun
tingdon, where they have now on hand a full and general
Groceries and Confectionarie4
which they will sell wholesale and retail. They have also
on hand Thickets, Salt, Carpet Bags; Fancy Articles, &a.,
&c., &c., all of which they will sell cheap. `COuntry pro
duce taken in exchange for Goods—the cash paid when we
have no Goods to suit customers.
FARMERS OF THIS NEIGHBOR
1100D, Growers of Wheat and Rye, Use, LELVAU'S
SUPER PHOSPIIATE OF LIME, if you want heavy crops,
Or LEINAU'S AMERICAN FERTILIZER. ' These valuable
Manures have been used for the past six years successfully
for the Grain and Tobacco Crop in Virginia. Pennsylvania,
New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and the Islands .of Ber
muda and Barbadoes. A. barrel, (250 lbs) is sufficient for
an Acre of Land. The above Fertilizers are composed of
reliable Chemical Elements, which largely increase the
Crop and improve the soil, douliling the value of the /and.
Price of the Phosphate of lime, is $4O 00 a ton, Nitrogened
$5O 00, the American Fertilizer $25 00 per Ton, or. $3 50 a
Barrel, $1 25 a Reg; also, every variety of GUANO, Pure
Land Plaster, Pot Ash, Nitrate of Soda, Bone Dust, Pow
dered Charcoal, &c., &c. GEO. A. LEINAU, Proprietor,
No. 10 South Front Street, Philadelphia.
ts.,.Goods delivered free of charge.
To Wholesale Dealers, a liberal discount. Pamphleta in
the English and German Language gratis. Orders at a dis
tance, Cash accompanying or Draft, promptly attended 'to
by G. A. LEINAU, Proprietor, Philadelphia, Pa.
N.M. Diplomas have been awarded from - the Pennsyl
vania Agricultural Society ; New 'York Crystal Palace As
sociation and New. Jersey State Agricultural Society. .
August 20, 1856-3ru.
ItOBT. C. WALKER,
Huntingdon, April 7, 1856
Also, GROCERIES, .&e:
• • Dorris'luilding, Huntingdon .I'n
March 19, 1556. I „
. - .
As we are determined to accommodate all tivho may'call at
our store, weinvite an examination and trial of our stock.
LONG & DECKER.
'Huntingdon, Apl. 19, ISM.
11()IVAND'S Improved Tonic Mixture,
forFeverand A ,at WILLIA M S & CO'S.
Pcv pale at wriaa.kma & MS.
UNTIN (- DON COAMERCIAI
SCHOOL.This schooLhas been opened in the Hall
formely used by thr.,Sons of . Temperance, on,Hill street.
The course of instruction embraces Single nd Double
Entry Book-keeping, Lectures on Commercial Science and
also Lectures on Commercial Law, Ethics, and Political
..Ecionomy, delivered by mettihers of the Bar. -
The Student passes through a. course comprising over
four hundred forms, Writing out, Journalizing, Posting,
dud closing four entire sets of Books, solving Problems,
&c.. precisely as, in real business, and in addition to this
ho has large practice in oral and blackboard exercises, in
opening and closing Single and Double Entry Books, in
Partnership, Administrtition, Joint arid Coinpound . Com
pany settlements, in receiving a partner into co-partner
ship, and settling with a retiring One, all of which,
together virith various other exercises; and calculations,
Cannot faii 'to - give full catisfaction andPronf the learner.
Students can enter, at any time, a clay s orbvening class,
ur both, if the) wish—the time is unlimited. They can
:leave at any time and return at pleasure without addition ,
Assistance given, when requiretVin opening and
Toe any other particulars address personally dr by letter,.
T.-. 0. POLLOCK,
Huntingdon, April 2, 185'6
CLOTHING A . NEW ASSORT ,
MENT JUST OPENED! 'and will be sold 30 Per tent -
CHEAPER than the cheapest.
IL ROMAN respectfully informs his elastomers, and the
public generally, that he has just opened•athis store room
In Market Square,' Huntingdon, a splendid,- new e t toek of
'Cloth.ini/ for Spring and SHil - nintei•;'
s uch he ~Kill sell cheaper thaw the Same'qualiVof Goods
mix be Turchased in; Philadelphia or 'any Other
establishment in the,country., „. • -
Persons WofildAci 'Well id call
and eituninahiSstucklbefeat purchasing' else - Where.'
~.14intingdou, ; •
TTUNTINGDON CARRIAGE AND
WAGON MAN LTFACTORY.—OWEN BOAT, thank
ful for past favors. respectfully informs
the public in general that he has removed :Vt. .. Vt. 211.
to Iris note shop on Washington street, on
the property lately and for:many years cc- 44 ‘ .t 4/1 -
cupied by. Alex. Carmen, where he is prepared to manufac
ture all kinds of Carriages, Buggies, Rockaways, Wagons,
And in short. every kind of vehicle desired. Rockaways
611(1-Liggies of a superior manufacture and finish always
.1.11 hand and for sale at fair prices.
Repairing of all kinds done at the shortest notice and on
the most, reasonable terms.
Huntingdon, May 16,
, AWAY. OF SUMMER.
GOODS at the BROAD-TOP DEPOT. CUI 4 iNINGITAM
& DUNN, have just received a well selected stock of Spring .
'And Summer Goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
'Eats and Caps, :
Boots" and .Shoes,
Hardware, Queenswafe, Cedarware, Crockery-ware, stone
and earthen, Tin .ware, Cane Fishing Rods, Ready-mado
Clothing, andin short, everything usually kept in a coun
try store: - •
• Fish, Salt, Bacon anti Plaster, kept con
stantly for sale. Call and examine our goods and judge
fer, yourselves. All kinds of country, produce taken at the
Vighest market price: in exchange for Goods.
The highest market price paid for Grain. Prompt atten
tion paid to storing and forwarding all kinds of Merchan
(Hie, Produce, b.%
Tfuntingdon, May 14. 1856.
MARBLE YARD, The undersigned
. 1V tt , would respectfully call the attention of the citizens
of Huntingdon and the adjoining counties - to the stock of
beautiful marble now on hand. He is prepared to- furnish
at the shortest notice, Monumental 31arble. Tomb, Tables
.anri 'Stones of every desired size and form of Italian or
I:hstern Marble, highly finished, and carved with appro
priate devices, or plain, as may suit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, &c:, will b 9
furnished to order. , . ,
W. pledges; himself to furnish material and, work
manship equal to any in the country, at a fair price. ,
Puy" sec. before you purchase elsewhere. Shop on - 11i11
street, ifunthmion, '
Ituutinmlem,May 16. 1555.
CIOUNTRY DEALERS can buy Cloth
i hia• !front me in Huntingdon at WHOLESALE, as
cheap as they can in the cities, ns I have a Wholesale Store
in Phitadelphia. '" It ROMAN.
:itunting,den, April 2, 15:1,6, • .
NVATOIII, : 6 ,
V JEWELRY:- • The subscriber, tliankfal to
his friends and patrons, and to the public 'goner
ally, for their patronage : still continues to carry on at the
same stand, due door east of Mr. C. Couts' Hotel, Market
street, Huntingdon, -where he will attend to all who will
favor him with their custom ; and also keeps on hand a
good assortment of 'Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Ix., Sc., all
of Whichte is determined to sell at low prices. Clocks,
Watches and Jewelry of all kinds will be repaired at short
notice, and having made l arrangements with a good work
ma n. all repairs will be done in a neat and durable manner,
and any person having articles for repairing, shall have
them done at the promised time. By Paying 'strict atten
tion to business, and selling at low prices, he hopes to re,
sceive a share of public patronage. '
_,_TAIL LINE from 'Mount Union ,to
CHANIIIERSBURG. The undersigned still contin
:nes to run a tri-weekly line of stages over the road between
Mount Union and Chambersburg. Good horses and. cons
fortahle stages have been placed on the route, and experi
enced and trusty drivers will superintend the running of
the Coaches. The proprietor of the line is desirous that it
be maintained, and he therefore earnestly calls upon the
"public generally to patronise it, confident that it will be
filr ;their mutual advantage. Eery attention necessary
will he given, and the running of the stages will he regu
11-3... Stages Icavo Mt. Union at 5 o'clock, p. m., every
Tuesday, ThurFday and Saturday—returning on Mondays,
Wednesday 4 and Fridays; arriving at Mount :Union in
time for the cars. Stages stop at Shirleysburg, Orbisonia,
Shade Gap, Burnt Cabins, Fannetsburg, Bars° Valley,
Strasburg, and lietf.;es store.
wx.,.1%tr0 through $3,00; to intermediate ,points in pro
portion:: JOHN JAMISON.
August 22, , 1555-t f. .
.NE N WWHOLESALE DRUG STORE
-: SP WH ENCE O R, THOMAS, No. 20 South Second St..
Philadelphia. Importer, ,)lanu fact tt rer, and Dealer in Drugs,
ObemiCals, A6ds, Dye Staffs, Paints, Oils, Colors, White
Leila, French and American White Zinc, Window 'Class,
,Varnishes, .Brushes, Instruments,- Ciro'nd
Spices, Whole Spices, and other articles usually kept ;by
Druggists, including Borax, Indigo, Clue, Shellac, Potash,
c. All orders by mail or otherwise proniptly
attended to.. Country merchants are invited to call and
examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Goods
sent to any of the wharves or railroad stations. Prices
low and goods warranted. •
Philadelphia, „March 12, 1556-ly,
TiITE WEST BRA:NGII . IiNSURANCE
- COMPANY, .of Lock haven , Pa., insures Detached
Ism things, Storet.,.Merehandize, Farm Property, and other
,Buildings, and their contents, at moderate rates.
. DmEcroas— , -11.on.• John J. Pearce, Hon. G. C. Harvey,
John B. Hall:, T.. T. Ahrarna, Charles A. Mayer, D. K. Jack
'man. "Charlon"Crist, W. White, Peter Dickson, Thomas
Kitchen. ' •
Iron. P:garyoy, President; T. T. Abrams, Vico Preo
ident ; Thos,li.itehen, Secretary.
Ilikarvcr-s-‘Sarnnel 11. Lloyd, Thos. Bowman, D. D., A.
Winegardner, Vaudcrbelt, L. A. Mackey, Wm
Fearon, A. White,. Dr. , J. S. Crawford, James Quigglo, A
Updegraff, John W. :Slayndrd,' James Armstrong, Hon
Simon Cameron, Hon. Win: Bigler.
liuntingdon, April 9, 1850.
ip S T STEEL BLADE Moulders'
Shovel 4, Miners' Coal Shovelsy tte.,..at the new , nerd.,
ware 'Stoie of J.. A. BROWN qt CO.
ligrAMS,,,Shoulders and Flitch for. sale
by , • .. LOVE It McDIVIT.
M E tr T ein A ci L y C A R .
B A RO I W N N U c ZIPS, ex.-
. lIARDWARE STORE.
- DAY:RUM—A genuine article fox sale
by WM. WILLIAMS & CO.
.At the Cheap Store of WM 'WILLIAMS &CO
SALT ! SALT ! !—Direct Importation !
ASHTON, MARSHAL and FINE SALT, .."
Ground Alum Salt, Dairy Salt—a large stock constantly on
Land and for sale by CARE, GIESE &Co.,
Produce Comutission Merchants, 21 Spear's Wharf, llalti
M - Lump Plaster always on band. Jul; 22, 1856.
SWAIN - F/8 PANACEA, the greatest
remedy for Scrofula., for sale at, the Cheap Drug Store
of WM. WILLIAMS &CO.
ROWN'S ESSENCE OF:JAMAICA
• GINGER, for sale by 11 7 ;11. WILLIAM 86 CO.
ILLIER'S Excelsior furniture Polish,
for Piano Fortes and 011 Paintings, at
W.N.I. WILLIAMS & CO'S=
ALSAM SULPHUR for sale by
Wsi. WILLIAMS Sc CO
FRESHIot of Clarified Table Oil for
sale by . 'WILLIAMS &-CO.
R. ROWAND'S Bbickbeiry ROot, an
inestimable and warrantedremedyfor Bowel Com
ts, at the cheap Drug, Vareity-and Fancy store of
'WM. WILLIAMS & CO.
ant rTHE FINEST , assortment of Fancy
Cassimores ever offered; Vestings and Coat Cassimers,
at lower prices tban can be purchased at any other
Rouse, for sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
OlL—Linseed and Fish—for sale at the
etoie of LOVE k beDiVir.
A. B.IIARRISON, Agent