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THE HUNTINGDON GLOM, A DEMOCRATIC FAMILY JOULNAI, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, &C.
Huntingdon, Wednesday, Jan. 7, 1857
Line upon Line-.. Acre and There a Little.
JCQP . IVAI. BREWSTER AND SAMUEL G. WIWITAKEF.—LIA RS,
SCOUNDRELS, and COWARDS. They ate afraid to meet
us before a committee of their own selection—and there
fore, are too imo down to deserve any further newspaper
OUT OF SEASON—Skirt hoops and pi uocions feminines in
the search of beaux. Wait a little longer.
BEAUTIFUL—The bonnets and other fixings front the es
tablishments of Mrs. Steel and the Misses Slick & Wallace.
Ladies, give them a call, and get "done up sleek."
IJ"DzIYG ouT—Black Republican Abolitionibut in Hun
tingdon county. What ism will be tiled next?
DXDY'T LIRE Ir.—Sundry , members of the Teachers' Insti
tute didn't like our notice of their conduct. Just as we
SLIPPERY—Our pavements. The injunction of St. Paul
is applicable: —Let him who thinketh lie stands, take
heed lest he fall."
`•3lr. Gillani." Does conscience make Lim
Ur—The frame work of the new bridge.
Doors—A part of the building in market square formerly
occupied by Alex. Carmon, as a hotel. The property has
been purchased by Moses Strous, who will have erected by
Spring a handsome store room to be occupied by himself.
REDUCED.—We learn that by a vote of the pew holders in
the Presbyterian Church, the salary of Bev. Mr. McClean
has been reduced from $lOOO to $600!
,I*T-PAST YOUNG MEN— and not a few, "make night hid
eous" in our borough. Parents may be ignorant of the
fact that their children, from 10 to 16 years of :To, are fre
quently in the company of those who delight to instruct
in the ways of the intemperate and wicked. This is a fit
subject for the pulpit—let its thunders be heard
shad, "the first of the season;
vannah on the 2.5 th, and sold lbr $3O.
..tiC)—Many persons wear India rubber overshoes in cold
weather, to keep their feet warm. This is an injurious
and unhealthful practice. They may be warn during wet
and sloppy weather, but should be worn as little as possi
ble in the house, because they are air-tight, and both retain
and restrain the perspiration of the feet. Their sole use
should be to keep out water, and in any other way they are
positively injurious to health.
Muse—SOUL-srutrallo—That at midnight by the string
band. Col.•W. is musical all over—film the crown of his
head to the soles of his feet. It N as,oeiates arc ditto. They
may wake us up with the same kind of " noise" whenever
and as often as they ha..l so
NEW YEA:: DAY.—Ent for the I ruutiugdon Brass Baud,
the day would have been dull indeed. They partook of a
dinner at the "Orlando flouse" at the expense of Captain
Thomas, of Philadelphia, and paraded the streets several
times, delighting our citizens with their best music—not
to be beat out of the city
PRESENTS.—We received two "suspicious" presents on
New Year's Day—one from Mr. IT. Roman, and one from
Sheriff Miller. They have our tit:oats for the sane.
ACCIDENT.—Mr. Geo. Emerson, of this mot with
rt severe accident On NeW Yea C, Eve, IN tide ,hoo:ing the
old year away. The liarrel ripe burnt.•d shattering
his left hand very severely.
A HANDSOME DEGINNING roll TEE NEV. Y.:AR—The new sill,
scribers, with advance payments. we have received.
Our particular friend. the 'Squire, in the neighbor_
hood of thr: Green Tree, should keep cool until the 'return*
on 'Squire Port's Toig hook is wiped out. He gave us tits'
behind our back, during the late ram paiga.--we shell en
deavor to return the compliment, before his taco.
WE CAN'T BE BEAT.—We comnumre the new year with
Several additional fonts of new type—new st.)les—wldeh
for beauty can't be beat in the State. We an, fully prepa
red to do printing in the neatest and most fashionaide
style. Our little card press turus out •'some pumpkins.
Call and see for yourselves. Every liminess man should
Lase a neat card, upon envelopes or otherwi-k%
ri.orsE.—This hoing the clay designated for
the assembling of the Legislature, the House
of Representatives was called to order at 11
o'clock, by Mr. Jack, the clerk of the last
The certificates of the election of the mem
bers were read. There were two returns
presented from Philadelphia one returning
Mr. Ramsey as elected from the city, and the
other returning (I corge ii. Smith.
Mr. Smith addressed the House in support
of his right to a seat.
Mr. McCalmont moved to postpnne the
matter for the present.
Mr. Eyster supported the motion.
Messrs. Foster and Knight opposed the
motion. It was unparliamcntary and should
not be entertained.
The Clerk decided that lie could not enter
tain the motion, and Mr. Smith was thus
The roll was then called, when 96 mem
bers answered to their names.
The absent members are, Messrs. Augus
tin of Somerset, Wintrode, of Huntingdon,
Morehead, Indiana, and Benson, of Potter—
On motion, the House then proceeded to
the election of a Speaker, when J. Lawrence
Getz, of Berks, was elected on the first vote.
The vote stood—Getz, Deni., 52; S. P. Mc-
Caiwart, app., 40; scattering, 2, and two not
The Speaker was conducted to the Chair,
and in a short address thanked the House for
the honor conferred, pledging himself to per
form the duties of the position faithfully and
The oath of office was then administered
to the Speaker by Mr. McCalmont.
The members were then severally sworn
in, and the House adjourned.
The Senate meets at 3 o'clock this tifter
HARRISBURG, Jan. G.—Both parties of Se
ators met in caucus this morning. The Re- /
publicans nominated David Taggart for Speak
er, and George W. Ilamersly for Clerk,
unanimously. The other candidates being
all withdrawn. The caucus then adjourned '
to meet this evening for the nomination of
The Democrats in caucus nominated Wil
liam Wilkins for Speaker, unanimously. No
nomination was" made for Chief Clerk, but
all the other. old officers were renominated,
except one transcriber ; J. W. Moore being
named in place of A. Yerkes.
LATEST PROM EUROPE,
Arrival of the Steamer Fulton.---Decla-
ration of War
NEW YORK, December 31.—The steamship
Fulton has arrived, bringing dates from Havre
and Southampton to the 17th of December.
The steamship Hermann, which sailed from
Southampton, on the 3d of December, for
New York, had put back to Southampton,
The steamship Niagara, from Boston,
rived at Liverpool on Sunday, the 14th, and
the City of Washington, from Philadelphia,
Err filed at the same place on the 16th.
There is nothing confirmatory of the arri
val of a portion of : the passeugors of the
Pre.ncli steamer Lycnmaise at Bordeatiy.
' was caught at Sa-
IfinnisaunG, Jan. G
Hostilities are threatened between Spain
Persia formally accepts the English decla
ration of war.
The British have taken the islands of Or
muz and Karrack.
The Russians have retaken Soujeck Kaloll,
after a desperate resistance by the Cirelvsi
The English funds remained unaffected by
the heaviness on the Paris Bourse and closed,
on the 10th at a recovery of foreign secu
rities were steady. French three per cent.
closed on the 81th at 66. for money, a decline
of 2 per cent.. during the month.
NEW YORK, Dec. 31.—The steamer Wash
ington touched at Southampton on the 14th,
en route for Bremen. The steamer Hermann
put back to Southampton on the 14th with a
broken shaft. Her mails and passengers
were transferred to the Fulton.
The Arctic ship "Resolute," at Cowes, had
been visited by Queen Victoria, accompanied
by the royal family, the American consuls,
the American officers in port, and a large
number of distinguished personages. All
the American officers who went out on the
"Resolute," have been invited to the Queen's
palace, Isle of Wight.
Several mail steamers from Liverpool and
Southampton had put back damaged during
recent violent gales, which had been very
'Milano, who recently attempted to assassi
nate the King of Naples, has been hung.
The marriage of Prince Frederick of Rus
sia with the Princess Royal of England, has
been fixed for the 21st of November next.
The London Times pronounces the message
of President Pierce as on the whole concilia
tory, both in matter and manner.
The re-assembling of the Peace Congress
at Paris was definitely fixed for the 21st of
December. It was believed that the difficul
ties concerning the Isle of Serpents and 8010-rad
o-rad would be arranged beforehand.
The (11111171'6 between Spain and Prussia
has now gone so far that it was feared the
next step would be the commencement of
Duke Assura, Spanish Envoy Extraordina
ry- to Russia, arrived at St. Petersburgh ou
the Pth December.
Advices from Persia via. Constantinople
state that : Persia has recognized by proclama
tion the English declaration of War.
11 US LYE ss Ho TICEs
THE DAY IS FIXED !
Will Positively take place, without fail,
ON FRIDAY, jANUARY 23, 1857.
1.1&-',SECU1 E TICKETS SOON L-4ni
T 17,(p1e attending Crntrt certain
111 call al
Prettyluau's Daguerreotype Gallery,
"m/ yet a beaat ;jai
Picture of Themselves
Tliv Wu!. 01 TIM ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY, Lai
I een removed to the if. & D. T. 11.
JNO. J. LAWRENCE,
Huntingdon . ; Jan. 7. 1557. Agent.
Plain and Fancy Printing.
Job work of all Rinds—such as Handbills. Circulars,
Ilnsiness, Visiting. and Show Cards, Tickets, Bill Heads,
heeds, Mortgages. and all 'kinds of 131anks, &c., &c.. &c.
neatly printed at the
Jav -(.Loch' Job Office, Huntingdon. Pa.
-C -Specimens of ORLOBE" printing can he seen at the
office—u hid' will satisfy everybody that it is no longer
neees4ary to go to Philadelphia for neat 'twirl:. Call and
see for conr,elces.
Arabrotypes and Daguerreotypes.
E. P. PP.l:l' I I'M iN respect fuly inibrio. the public that he
Is ii a perpared to take Danguerroetypes and Azubrotypes
On glzei, put op with double or :Angle glues.
Room: , at the Fitation !louse. llontingdon Pa.
Blanks of all kinds,
'Neatly printed and for sale at the Office—such as
Blank Book. Mortgage-i. Judgment and Common Boncts.
Agr , enient , , Lea-e,, Judgment and Promissory Notes,
Notes relingukliing allbenelits of e <cntpti In laws, Licence
Bonds. and all Ida nk-4 tr , ed Ju,ticei of the Peace.
In Saint Mary's Church, Hollidaysburg. on Tuesday the
30th ult.. by ltev..l. Walsh. Dr. ]tsar T. CoNeAD and Miss
JC1.1.1 ANN A1)1NIS. both of that place.
is always it pleasure Mr us to chronicle the mar
riage record of our friends. and as in the above we recog
nize the Dallies of esteemed friends. oc do so with more
than ordinary pleasure, adding that we cannot but wish
the Dr. and his fair bride a long. meat' and happy life—
unattended with any of the sorrows that ever and anon
fall to the lot of humanity.
At the bum: , place. by the sally:. on the I,t hi , tant, Mr.
Prnin ORE:slawrr BaniG both La Blair
At Fairfield. on Thursday. January 1:t, by the
they. Mr. McCune, Mr. W. P. DJ:. fiemierly of this county.
to Mis , PM:3II.MA, daughter of the Holt. Rob t. 'McCord, of
Fairfield, Jefl•roon co., lowa.
Ca•tle Finn, of Dysentery. on tho Pith of OMAN
Rey - . P. E. 11 - Areas, of Baltimore Annual Conference.
The deceased, as a friend, was companionable; as a hus
band, affectionate and kind ; as a father. mild and judicious
but it was especially as a Christian that his excellencies
shone forth. In this respect, we think, he has seldom beep
surpassed. In preparing for the pulpit much of his time
was spent upon his knees, and as the result he cam ebeforff
'fople prepared affectionately to warn the disobedient,
qr,then the believer and comfbrt the penitent. In all
did he was exceedingly conscientious, seeming
.ntly to live with eternity in full view. As a minis-
ter, he was deeply impressed with the responsibility of his
holy calling, and \then out of the pulpit, visiting from
house to house, and in his intercourse with the world, ever
bore a testimony ii, behalf of the powerof the Gospel which
had a happy effect upon all with whom he mingled. Of
his clueing hours we are sorry to say that we are anal de to
write. but doubtless they -brought glory to God." lie
was a :, , 00d man. lie leaves :ui amiable and pious wife and
two very inter, sting children to mourn their irreparable
Thus it is with man's present evanescent life. "It is
like a vapor u hieh appeal all for a little while, and then
vanisheth away. - Ile springs into existence, entez s upon
the stage of action, exhibits his part in the strange drama
of life, and, standing upon the shore of death's dark TiVeV,
bide adieu to weeping friends and earthly scenes, and k
buried beneath its billowy waters. But far, far beyond
thi rest peacefully the some of the pious dead.
J. IT. M.
Mosbur ; Jan. s.—Flour Market quiet, but steady: there
is, however, very little inquiry for export; sales 1200 bbls.
standard teal mixed brands at $0.25 :pi bbl ; 200 bids single
extra at ;E:5.53, aml 600 bbis extra family on private terms;
a lot of 200 barrels scraped soil at email@example.com bbl; there
is a limited demand for the supply of the city trade at $O,-
25G'7.50 hid. as in quality; Rye Flour dull and lower.
Sales 100 blds nt i',3.500r4 re, bid. Corn Meal held at $3
' E I Lb]. lint there are no buyers.—The supply of Wheat is
small and the demand limited. Sales 5000 bit at e,1.45p
1.48 7 0, bu for prime to good red, and come good white at
$1.55. Rye scarce and wanted at Sic fI La. - Corn in lim
it. d veme•st. Sates 4000 Im new 7, ellow at 62(Rtt3, and
come lots of el.l at OS, in tt re. Oats in fair requel,t ; sales
500 1 - m prim- Dehtwate at :7. itt tiortarto
rah,. 4951 Ita at 1;7
T 4 ITT OF LETTERS remaining in the
Post Office nt Huntingdon, Pa., January 1, Isr,7,
winch if not lifted nn before. the. Ist thy of April next
will lie ,cut 1-.) the Coneral Post office as dead letter:;.
Harriet A L Lewis
%Vin C Leidy
DaV;tl U A111:::111
Samuel C.*.iwf.ird J W Moore
Joseph a Camp 'Henry Miller
L Cunningham Joseph McCoy
James M Clark 2 James Moore
John Countryman James McCully
E Cooper Alex. Newell
Mary Crigh J Porland Esq
M Douty, Esq Mrs Jane need
Daniel J Dill 2 Miss Julia Boss 2
Mrs Matilda Dodson Philip Bitter
Jane E Munsey
Miss Chloe Eddy Howard Smith
Martha Eager. Wm It. Smith 3
F Win I-111 Snyder
George Fetter Mrs M A Stewart
Mrs Sarah Smith
Mary Gilbrith Mary Sullivan
David T Green Dr .1 II Stewart
Hannah Graham John Swan or J Morrow
J W Grizzard 3 George Smith
M Good Mary Shoencelt
Sarah A Hall- John Tranter 2
J B Holmes Alex Troutman
Josiah Hall Nelson Timpkins
A G Henry
73 F Houk James Wilson
Matilda Dicks Samuel Wright
Christian Herrn John A 'Witmer
I S J Abram Wells
Geo.lrvin Isaac Wolverton
A Ingraham Win 11 Wharton
Mary Walls 2
W C Kocher Barbara Wilcox
L Caroline G. Watson
11,- - 19__Per.sons inquiring for letters on this list will please
say they are advertised. LEWIS, I'. M.
Huntingdon, January 2, 1857.
MO THE TEACHERS AND DIREC
TORS OF CLAY, CASS AND SPRINGFIELD TOWN
PS.—A Teachers' Institute will be held at Scottsville,
beginning Thursday the Isth inst., and it v 111 continuo
two days. Prof. Stoddard, an eminent Educationalist. and
Prof. Magaliard of Shirleysburg will be the principal in
structors of the Institute. Teachers, turn out, and you
will he delighted with these able imtructers.
The citizens generally are invited to attend.
January 7, 1857
TOTICI4I—The Stockholders of the
Juniata Bridge Company in Ifuntingdon enmity are
hereby notified that an election will he held at the house
of Christian Couts in the borough of Huntingdon on Tues
day the 14th day of January, 1857, - at three o'clock P. M.,
for the purpose of electing ono President. nix Managers,
and one Secretary and Treasurer to manage the concerns
of nail company for the ensuing year.
v, NEW BOOK FOB AGENTS.-
i THE LIFE and TIMES of ALEXANDER HAMIL-
Ti ;by Samuel M. Smucker, A. M., author of the Life
and Reign of Nicholas T . , of Russia. &e., &e.
This is the only complete and reliable biography of this
(1111-; VP M.N. lie was the int - lin:lV` personal FRIEND OF W.I3II
INGTON, and by many considered his equal.
This work includes a history of the times and men of the
Revolution, and ninny incidents not heretofore given in
history. It has all the charms of romance, although pre
pared from the most reliable and authentic sources, and
should be in the hands of every American who reveres the
great and good men of our Revolution. A sketch of lEnin
is also given. and an account of his miserable end.
Agents wanted in every part of the United States. for
this and other valuable works, to whom the largest com
missions will be paid. Copies s"ti mail. on receipt of
the price, $l. J. W. BRADLEY, Publisher,
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TO SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL AUlt IC U LTIIP,II.
By HENRY SvmmENS, F. IL S., of Edinburg, and the late J.
P. NORTON. ProftR 4 SOT of Scientific Agriculture in Yale
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and numerous Wood and Steel Engravings.
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44.1 This tacirk is not the old "Book of the Farm."
Remittances for any of the above publications should al
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UNTINGDON & BROAD TOP
moUNTAIN RAT T,ROAD & COAL COMPANY.—The
stated annual ineeting of the i 4 tockbolders will he held at
the office of the Company, 56 Walnut street, Philadelphia,
on MONDAY the P.Rli JANUARY 1857. ta - .10 o'clock, A. 1%,
at which time and place an election will be held liar a Pres
ident and twelve directors to serve for the ensuing year.
December 31, 1856
CiUMBERLAND VALLEY EN-STI
iTUTE, ..11Ccbanic.iburg, Cumberland County, Pa., eight
in des 7,4r4 of Harrisbary.
This Boarding School for Young Ladies and Gentlemen,
in successful operation for several years, under the direc
tion of the Rev. JOSEPH S. ',cost, A. M., has passed into
the bands of the subscribers, who would announce that
the next term will commence April 1, 1857.
The course of instruction is alike liberal and thorough
in all the branches of an English, Scientific and Classical
education. The proprietors engaged for years, as histruct
ors of youth, assisted by male and female teachers of expe
rience and skill will prepare pupils for the practical duties
of life by a thorough course of instruction.
In the Classical department, under the charge of an
able and efficient teacher, students kill l.e prepared for any
etas-1 in college, or fitted to cuter upon the study of any of
the different profi-scions.
Teachers of modern languages converse in French, Gor
man, Italian and Spanish.
Terms, reasonable, and charges very moderate.
For Circulars giving particulars, address
RUPP k COYLE, Proprietors.
C. V. Institute, Mechanicsburg, Pa.. or
T. D. RT_TPP, Harrisburg, Pa.
December 31, 18.5(1
WANTED — A good experienced jour
noyman Cabinet-Maker, to whorn constant employ
ment will be given. Apply immediately to
111 G-GINS C SON.
Huntingdon, Dec. :24,
AGALN, with a general assort
k meta of BOOTS and SHOES,
and Children. Call
and r".rniiinc niy SOT] can't 'no clisappnintod.
Dec. :24, • b, NV.ESTL:IO)OI.I".
JANIES GIVIN, Secretary
No. 48 Nortl a. Fourth Street.
$3 per annum
JOHN P. AERTS EN, Seey
k QI - lERIFFB SALES.—BI virtue of
7 ,undry wriis at Vetiii. Exp., Fi. and Lev. Fa..
out of tlo• t curt of Cum:mu Plea:4 of ILintil.g,.loll
crinnt~. and to n n : directed. I will i•xpose nil pact le at
t in the buruuith of Ii tin CI fin Morg-
DA the il]th 1:.11' Of .huurary. :it 0 rock. ~ t
(lay. tilt f 0 1 0.% lag :fliedP.r, to :
All that certain plantation, tract, piece, or
p:trod 01 land, s:tuate iu ehirley township. liantiligilon
comtt i ,ea,t of Drake's Ferry, adjoining the Juniata river,
lands of John Sharrer, Nicholas and William Elaac.•r, An
drew Pollock's heirs and others, containing one hundred
and seventy-nix acres. or thereabouts, on part of which the
town of Mt. Union is laid out, excepting anti excluding the
gi mind now in possession of the Penn.syhania Bail Road
Company and the following town lots in the recorded plan
of said town of Mount Union. being numbered respective
ly No-:. 3,4, 5, G, 17, 12. 15. 18. 19, 20. 21, 22, 24, 1, 2. 7. 10,
13. 16, 23, 8. 9, 14, 17, 33, 74, and the lot of ground in pos
session of the Methodist Episcopal Church and on which
the Meeting House stands. and the following lots which
were sold by Win. B. Zeigler. Esq., to wit: Nos. 58. 59, 60,
69. 83, 84. 95, and 96. Seized and taken in execution and
to be sol•l as the property of John Dougherty.
ALSO—AII the defendants' right, title and
interest in and to a tract of land situate on Warriors Ridge
in Porter townsldp. Iluntingdon county, containing
seventy-nine acres and allowance, bounded by lands of
John Iluyett and others. having thereon erected two log
houses, and about tw•o acres cleared. Seized and taken in
execution and to be sold as the property of Augustine 31R
ler, Constant Miller, and Israel Miller.
ALso—A Lot of Ground in Cassville, Hun
tingdon county. fronting on Main street and extending
back 165 feet to a back street, bounded on the North and
South by lots of Aaron W. Evans, and having theron erect
ed a two story frame dwelling house and back kitchen and
brick .bop. Seized and taken in execution mid to he bold
as the property of James Temple.
Also—Tile defendants' interest in and to
two lots of ground in MeConnellstown. Huntingdon coun
ty, the one fronting on the north side of Main street, and
bounded by a lot of the heirs of Isaac Vandevander on the
west, and A. States on the Ett.st, having thereon erected a
lafge two story More room with basement, the other on
the opposite side of the said street having a Tan house.. vats,
ac., and a store house thereon. Seized and taken in
execution and to be sold as the property of William S.
Smith and Silas Lang.
the defendant's right, title, in
toreq and estate in and to the following described tract of
land, sitnate in Cass township, Huntingdon county, bound
ed on the north by lands of James Norris, west by Jacob
Barnet, south by Jacob Make, and containing 19d acres,
bo the same more or less, with about SO acres cleared, and
having thereon elected u -tors log house and small sta
ble and saw mill. Seized and taken in execution and to be
sold as the property of William Croteley.
Also—All the defendants' interest in and
to a certain tract of land in Warriorsmark township. Hun
ting-don county. adjoining lands of John Henderson on the
north. Thomas Weston. Es q .. on the south, and lands of
Atuttew It- awl other", containing •270 acres more or
less, liJ of which are cleared and in a good state of culti
vation, with a log honsc and hank barn, wagon shed. and
other buildings thereon erected. Seized and taken in exe
cution and to be sold as the property of Benjamin Johns
ton, Jolt n Hunter and Keziah
ALso—All the right and interest of David
Stumbaugh in and to a tract of land lying in Ground Hog
Valley. Tod township, Huntingdon county. containing two
hundred and fifty acres, more or bounded by IZids of
D. Blair, Esq., and others, with about fifty acres cleared
and under cultivation, with two small log houses and two
lon• ' stable , „ with other buildings thereon erected. seized
and taken in execution and to be sold as the property of
ALSO—AIi the defendant's interest in and
to the lh!lowing tract of laud situate in Brady townqhip,
hounded on the north by lands of James Lane, on tine
south by Irvin. Green Sr. Co.. east by George Snack. eon
tainine - 120 acres, aof which are cleared. with two-story
framohouse, a small log barn, two orchards of good fruit",
of apples. peaches and pears. Seized and taken in execu
tion and to be sold as the property of James Templet - mi.. ,
ALso—A tract of land situated in I:nmn . ,
township, adjoining lands of David Swoopo and Jacob
Breneinati,.ll,rmerly :Nicholas Corbin, and others, contain
ing two hundred and eleven aere , , more or less, about SO
acres of win it'll are cleared, li re of which are meadow. ha ring
thereon a log house twin stories high, a double log barn,
corn crib and wagon shed and an apple orclift . O . and two
springs of water.at the door. Seized and taWri in execu
tion and to be sold as the property of Ihtvidlieister.
ALso—Defendant's ri ht and interest in and
to the following tract of land, known as the .litekstown
property, containing 200 acres, loom tiled by lands of Fisher
McMurtrie on the west, and the Vandevan der farm and
others, having a large two story stone tavern house-, frame
stable and tenant house thereon erected. Also, ten acres
on 'Rocky Ridge, bounded on the south II en ry Jamison.
the Vandevander farm and others, with about acres clear
ed. Seized and taken in execution and to he sold as the
property of John Montgomery.
Aso—The following described tract of
land, containing :3R acres. more or bounded by lands
of "urge limlson..bdot rays,e qmi Will boo Ile, Seized
;ma taken in eXt.,ClllbOll and to be sold as the property of
28A:so—To be R07(7 on Sabonlay, 10171 day
of .ronnou 1857. of 2 o'cloc!, - . a lot of ground situate
in the town of Ilarnet. Tod Duvn•hip, Huntingdon county,
fronting CO feet on I familton street, and extending back
140 feet to an alley, hounded on the ea,t by a lot of Michael
McCabe, and mun bored 26 in plan of said town, having
thereon erected a two story lug house 16 by 26 feet, with
other improvements. Seized and taken in cenculion and
to be sold as the property of Thoirut
GRAITIIS 3111AEll. ,S7eny.
Huntingdon. December 1.7, 1556. f
E RUSSIA N I e have jtv:t
published a new edition of this popular and saleable
work. and can now supply our agents and Call Va,berS
Besides a complete Ifistory of the War, it inelltdes the
LIFE AND REIGN OF NICHOLAS 1.. with sketches of
SCHAMYL, the Circassian Chief, and other distinguished
characters; also. descriptions of Eussian Society and Gov
ernment, &c.. Ac., making one of tile most interesting
works ever published. It is beautifully illustrated With
flue tinted plates, mid bound in the, best manner. We
send a specimen copy with particulars of agency to any
hart of the United States, free of postage, on receipt of the
price, $1 25. J. W. BRADLEY., Publisher.
No. •Ig North Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
December 21. 18:511.
c 0 ME HERE : and get t4ood bargains.
J. & W. SAXTON have received from tho easteru
cities an aFsorttaeut of
They have adopted the motto, "Quid Sales and
:malt Profits." GI e them a call.
liuutiugdon, December 17. 1856.
i 7 ()TloE.—Letters Testamentary hav
ingl,een granted to the underAgned. nn tlm last
11 ill and Testament of .MilN :7•:.: 1 ,111,EY. late of Brady
townbhip, dee'd. all per , ons indebted to said deceased's es
tate. are requested. to make payment, and those having
claims against the same will present them duly ;inthenti
eated far settlement. ISRAEL S;3IILEY.
Decoinher 24, 1856
fON EY, 31 ONE Y , by
lie without honey? when it is just as easy for any
one to be around with a pocket full as not, if they only
think so. I have got a new article. from which front five
to twenty dollars a day can be made, either by tnale or fe
male. It is highly respectable business, and an article
which is wanted in every family in the United States. En
close me two dollars by mail, and I will forward by return
mail a Circular, with full in-tractions in the art. The bu
siness is very easy. Try it, if you are out of employment.
and you will never regret it; for it will he better for you
to pay the above sum, and insure a good business, titan to
pay twenty-five cents for a spurious advertisement. This
is no humbug. Try it ! Try it' Try it! Address your
letters to DIVRIIIT MONROE, New York.
Dec. 24, I.SSC-11m. •
I sent one of my Circulars to an Dlitor in Georgia, and
he gave me a notice in his paper like the following:
" Mr. Monroe sent me one of his Circulars, and I will
just say to my readers that hoover of you arc out of em
ployment that Mr. Monroe's business is a good busines,
and money can be made out of it by any one who engages
in it, for it is no humbug."
1 MPORTANT TO DAGCERREOTY
21STS, 3.11118 LE DEALERS AND OTHERS. 'MONU
MENTAL DAGUERREOTICI'E CASES. A method has
long been sought lor, to insert in a dui aide manner, Da
guerreotype Likenesses to Head Stone'. and Monuments.-
1 have been manufacturing these cases for the last two
years, and can warrant them to secure the picture .for a
lon number of years.
The outside case is made of Parini) Marble, and the box
which encloses the picture and keep, it in a state of great
preaerration for a long number of years, is made of brass,
—a screw box. It makes a very neat job on a Head Stone
Or Monument. They are rased in Greenwood Cemetery,
Mount Auburn, Laurel Ilill, and many other Cemeteries
in the United States.
.liberal discount made to Marble Dealers and Daguerre
atypists. Price from $2.25 each to Sit.sn. A circular of
engralings will be s.ent to any address, free, with price
A. L. 13ALDWIN.
A g,..at, of .Manaoleam Dag. Co., $ Broadway, :co , : York
December :4, 1856.
rro THE PUT3LIC.—The undersigned
N informs his friends and the public generally,
that he has leased the ORLANDO HOUSE, in it e I,:iik
borough of Hunt ingrion, and is now mepared to ac-
conunedate with hoarding and lodging all who may favor
him with a call. His liar Is furnished with the best liquors.
(4 1 :
LIVERY STARLE.—IIe has also provided
himself with a good ntoek of lior6en, car
riageq..k.e., for the aecoinnwdationof the pub
lic, at maso:table charge-.
IDinting(Lin, .11,1117, 1S51;
- 1 - 4 71 VERYTHlNG.—Everythin(7 . z•-• in the
Grot - vr, line can ho pm:arid at the cheap store of
riivr S 3tcPIVIT
Dress Goods, ;tti,l
pmzE CONCEIVE—Grand Distribu
f tion of 'Watches. Clocks, Gold Ear Rings, Breast
ingot. Gold Pens, Fine Knives, Port Mon
mjes, Mu-deal Instruments, and are
endless rudely of Fancy Articles.
•;;-, Not actuated by any Nl %Al to speculate. but prompt
by a dadre of eks-bift out his Jewelry and Fancy
tore inn tia gdon. the sul , :ord,er ‘L ill dispose of the
to the oilltming manner:
The goods will be divided int... 1000 shares. 1000 Tickets
will be sold at $1 each. Each Ticket entitles the holder to
one seat in a Grand Musical Convert valued :done at one
dollar. To the purchaser of each ticket 1 will one
share of the above property to he distributed ass follows:
One share valued at $l5O, consisting of
splendid Patent Lever, $25; 1 English Case, ,$100: 1 Maim
moth Gold Pen, $5; 1 Eight-day Iron Clock, $10; 1 Gold
Locket. $5; and 1 Gold Breast Pin. $5.
Two shares valued at $5O each, consisting-,
Ist, of 1 Silver Patent Lever. $25; 1 Side Case, 10: 1 Pearl
Inlaid iron Clock, $10; and 1 Ladies Breast Pin, $5.
2d. con-fisting of 1 twenty-two keyed Accordeon. $10; 1
Eight-day Clock. $7: 1 solid Gold Scarf Pin. $l2; 1 Isin
ghee; Fan. $5: 1 Gold Pen, $3; and an assorted lot ofJort
clry aml Fancy Goods, $l3.
Four shares valued at $25 each, consisting,
let, of 1 Silver Watch, $l2; 1 Show Case, $10; and 1 Gold
241. 1 Large Watch, $l2; 1 Gold Locket, $S ; and 1 Gold
CA, 1 Cbrystal Seal, $l3: 1 Gold Pen, $3; 1 pair Ear
Tine. : and 1 fine Finger Ring. $3.
4th. 1 Colts Revolver. $2O; and 1 box Mathematical In
id rumen ts, $5.
Eight shares valued at $12,50 each, consis
ting, Ist. of 1 Mantel Clock, Glues Cover, $7; 1 Accordeon.
$3; 1 Breast l'in, $2 50.
2d, consisting of 1 pair Ivory Mounted Pistols, $10; and
1 Ladies' Pencil, $2 50.
3d, consisting of 1 Horizontal Clock. (glass cover.) $7 ; 1
Ladies' Pearl Card Case, $4; and 1 Finger Ring. $1 50.
4th, consisting of 1 set of Mathematical Instruments $5 O . -
1 set :7-aver P. Forks. 54: 2 Finger Rings. 50.
set Silver Zorks, s*; z..._ag - er Rings. Tai 5i
16 shares valued at $6 25 each, consisting
of a lot of Jewelry, Fancy Goods. &c.
32 shares valued at $3,12 each, consisting of Jewelry, Sc.
0.4 " it 1,56 " " 0 cC
128 " a 78 0 a a "
256 c , 39 " C. CC CC
4SO " CC 30 " CC tt. 0
In addition to the articles already enumerated there will
be distributed Brushes, Perfumery. Violin Bows, Fine Ra
zors, Shaving Cases, Spectacles, and a variety of articles
usually found in a store of this kind.
The Concert will take place on Friday, 20d day of Janu
ary, inst. The music will be discoursed by the unrivaled
Excelsior Brass Band, the pleasure of hearing., which is es
timated at one dollar. and is so conceded by all good judges.
Send your orders early and they will be promptly and
honestly attended to ED3I. SNARE,
TEF , AGENTS WASTED.—Tranrs.—For 15 Tickets Sold,
one dollar in money, goods or ticket. For 25, two tickets.
For 40, three tickets. Fur 50, tour tickets. For GO, five
tickets. Fur 70, six tickets. For 80 . seven tickets. For
100.:ten tickets. Huntingdon. December 17,1850.
iL VDA3I 131GHAM'S ESTATE.—John
Scott, the Auditor appointed to distribute the uco't
in tim hands of David Hick, Admini , ti at or of Adam 1#
hart, dve'd. to and among those persons enti.led to the
5810 e, kill attend for that purpose at Iris office in the but•-
teiglt of Huntingdon, on Thursday.„Jantuny 8, 1857. at Otto
ti cluck, 1 ' • M., al Which time and place all persons int ere-t
-ed in said fund are notified to plesent their claims:. or to
debarred from Colllinff, in for a share of such a,, s ets or fund.
.1011 N 8 7 COTT, Auditor.
Huntingdon, Dec.lo, ISroi.
isolation of Pa rt tiers h ip.—T h co-
Partzership heretofoic existing under the firm of
ula,gow & Steel, has by mutual consent been dissolved.—
Those ltfaving uusetticl aecounts with the firm are request
ed to.eall and settle immediately.
WM. I. hvIEEL.
,Iluntin zr.^,,lou Dec. 10 . 18:4 1 .
VoNin est; will be ten tinueil by Wm, T. Stec!. and
1 Feral ),atn.nage from a generous public will be Thank
fully r, Tciverl.
THE Li UN TIN DON MILL.—The
und,r,i g n,d owners of the IND tillg,doll Mill inform
the farmers and the public generally that tiny now have
their 11e1V mill iu running oriler. with all the modern im
provements in the Water Wheels and Machinery.
They have put in live of the improved douval Turbine
Water 'Wheels, and can grind in all idages of water, and
during the coldest weather any and all kiwi, of grain.
They are prepared to and have on hand for sale at
all times at Market rates all kinds of Flour, Feed, and
titan , . : and Farmers can have their own grain ground and
take it hack in a return 1.),,a, or they can be furnished in
exchange at a moment's notice, an equal quantity of Flour
and Bran, or chopped feed.
Their ;mint machine is of improved manntlieturc. tend
they will immre a ••“' fit?? Ln e. 01:f" superior quality to
every bushel of grain left at their mill.
11: , 111ii1; McMUIITIUE.
N. B. Their Buckwheat Stone, 010 not quite ready.
lltintingd(ai, Dec. B,lS3ti.
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front the Notices of the IL:A e ull unprecedented
circulation ill every :section of our wide-spread continent.
owl to flirin a di,tinct ma in the sale of our works. It
no doubt, in a few year:, become TUE FAN 111.1" lIINLE 01' TILE
.4],il • The most libel al rcmunoration will be allowed to
all persons who may be pleased to procure subscriber , to
the above. Prom 50 to 100 copies may easily - be circulated
mid ,obi in inch of the principal cities and towns of the
Union. IT WILL ire solo 11-v surecuipriox ontr.
Ij -Applicatiou. should be made at came, as tltc field till
soon be occupied.
Ar • Per,olls wi-Iting to act as tv,;ont.. and do a safe bu
siness, can send for a s pecimen C. 2.1=1) - On receipt of
the cstablish:4l price, Six Dollars, the Dicrontai. Vamill: Br
ma; Nt tilt :t well bound Subscription Book. will be careful
ly boxed, and fl:rwarded por express. at our risk and ex
pens, to any central town or village in t Ito Unitod States,
excepting those of California. Oregon and Texas.
.1I i i -Register your Letters : and your money will come
In nilditiem to the Pictorial Bible, we publish a large
number of Illustrated Family Works, very popular, and of
slid] a high moral and unexceptionable diameter. that
gaud men may safely engage in their• circulation,
they will confer a .PCIII.E2 lifmt:rur, and receive a FAIR COM
PEN:4ATION for their labor.
Order.. re-poctfully solicited. Fur further particu
lars, address the sahscriher, (post-paid.)
ISI. William Stied, :New York.
51 3 , 8' E 8 NOTICE. —Notice is
lt) hereby given to all persons interested, that the fol
lowing named persons have settled their accounts in the
Register's Office at Iluutinadon. and that the said accounts
will be presented for 4...Q11i - imitation tool alloyanee, at, an
Orphans' Court, to lie hold at Huntingdon, in and for the
said county of Huntingdon, on 'Wednesday the 14th day of
January next, viz:
loses Robison, "EXecutor of the last Will &c.. of John
Watt, who was the Administrator of Marli. Yocum, late of
Barret township, deceased.
2. Moses Robison, Administrator de Louis non, of Mark
Yocum. late of Barre(' townbliip, deceased.
3. Alexander Magee, Executor of the last Will &c., of
Elizabeth Parsons. late of Tell township, deceased.
4. Daniel Africa. Esq., Administrator of Elizabeth
Swoope, late of the borough of Huntingdon, deceased.
5. James lienderson and Joshua Greenland. two of the
Executors- of the last gill of Dr. Jesse Wright, late of Cass-
6. 'John Owens, Esc), and Peter Burket, Guardians of B.
Patton Cox, one of the minor childrerr of Joshua Cos, hate
of township, deceased.
7. Joseph Law, Esq., Guardian of Perry Crain, ono of
the minor children of Evan Crain, late of - Morris township,
8. Brice Blair, surviving Administrator of Rev. J. Y. Mc-
Ginnis, late of Dublin township, deceased.
0. Benedict Stevens, Esq., Administrator of Samuel
Wharton, late of Cromwell township. deceased.
10. Andrew M. Chaney and Anna Chaney, Executors of
the last Will Cc, of John Chancy, late of Barree township,
11. Peter Stryker, AtitniuMrator of .Toneph Reed, late of
Weot township, deceased.
12. Henry Roberts, Guardian of Thomas Denton Reed, a
minor son of Joseph Real, late of West township, (.100 11.
11. Daniel Peightal and Joiseplt Norris, Administrators of
Peter Peightal, late of Penn township. deceased.
HENRY GLAZIER ; Register.
ltE(,lSTir('t OrFlcr. )
Huntinglea, December 17. 1,9311. f
AL Splendid lot of Fa n ev' and Striped
± F:zilks. Fr,m-bnirino. oiqhmere. Lyona Cloth, Polies,
Fancy and Stripol Pelaines. Persian Twills. Also a
handsome assortment of ColiaN, tinderzleeves and Mitt:,
just recuiveil and for sale cheap by
14:GARS, SEGARS.—A large lot of
the be-t tiogurs—eensisting of Fire Fly. Opera.. La
Enleipena. La Stuza, El Neptune, and 10,000 other brands,
—all the best that could be procured in the city. just rr
ceived and for rule by LOVE &- McDIVIT.
e~®nBUSHELS of Dried APPLES,
wanteci ii: exchange for our goods.
- Dee.l7, IS(6. LOVE 3: McDIVIT.
it4 - 01\"S THIS!---J. cc:, W.,Saxton are
now receiving their Second Fall and Winter Stock
et -NEW and FASHIONABLE DltY GOODS!
Enumeration is unnecessary, but what every body says,
must be true, and every body says the place to find the
BEST ASSOI:TMENT of DRY GOODS in these parts, is at
J.& W. SA XTON'S. [D2c.lO, 'Ziii.]
411 TO NS ANTITII'ACITE COAL just
recov.”l and for (11 , 111 v
'11;_ ,- 17. 1.334. C13.1`7NTNG11 . 0,71 k rr.NN
HAVING purchased from \Vm. Williams S
Co., their stock of Drug.. Medicines, Paints A:
Brushes, Oils, Dye Stuffs. Perfumery, Fancy
SoarJ, Fluid. Camphene. Turpentine, Alcohol,
and a general assortment of Artists' Colors &
Brushes, Spices of all kinds, Window Glass of
all sizes. Putty, all kinds of Varnish. Japan, Copal, Nos. 1
and 2, Coachbody and Black Spirit. Pure ('od Liver Oil, for
the cure of Rheumatism. Scrofula. Gout, Lumbago, Totter,
('lronic Erysipelas, Chronic Sore Eyes, White Swelling,
alanduler Swelling, Pulmonary Consumption, Chronic
Bronchitis, Rickets, and all diseases of the skin, by tho
gallon, quart or smaller quantity, the Balm of a Thousand
!lowers. the greatest remedy for Baldness and purifying
the Skin, of the age. John 11. Patethorp's celebrated curd
ibr Fever and Ague. No Core No Pay. Price $l. Fine
'tobacco and Segars. All the above, with all articles gem s orally kept in a Drug Store. for sale cheap.
4:9—Physicians Prescriptions carefully and accurately
WIiNDOWate note .S n I AS 1 11 1: — Ir., J ; V:
Sash, and at much lower prices than can be made by hand.
They will also be able to have doors made to order at the
shot test notice. as well as Shutters, Blinds, and everything
necessary for building purposes.
Hum iugdon, Decembnr 17, 1856.
L-A FARM of ninety acres iu Oetnlnar 'Valley, Hun
tinplon county. it being one half of the Farm formerly
owned by Geo. Eby. nearly all cleared and in a fine state
of cultivation, chcifCe Lime Stone Land. House and Stable
ereLled tlwrene. withiii running water. 13. , :; miles from
sh illus.-burg-. and I miles from l'enn'a Rail Road and Canal
at Mt. Union.
ALSO-35 acres of choice land adjoining the above on
which is erect e.l two good 'rouges. small Barn, 'Wood House,
&c.. with a never• failing spring of good water, fine Orchard
with choice finit. This is a very desirable property and
would be suitable for it mechanic, or any person desiring
}n retire from active life.
I:iihi r of the above properties will be sold lmv and on
reasonable terms. Apply to the subscribers at Mill Creek,
Iluutingdon county. KESSLER 3: BRO.
:::',Ttunl her 10, 185G-tf.
ANOTHER, BANK CLOSLD!
-- "%lie well known establishment of Messrs. LOVE & Mc-
DI VIVI'. on Market street, Duntirmdon, was yesterday
compelled to close its doors cm account ' of the tremendous
ru-li of customers. occasioned by the arrival in port of tho
ltont --Broad Top" from the East, having on board, tho
most extensive fissortment of fresh Groceries, Confectiona
ries, &e., &e., &c.. ever offered for sale in this place. To
day, lion ever, they are happy to be able to• annnunte
their numerous friends and patrons—to the public gener ,
ally—and the rest of mankind," that they are again
01)C7 , , and prepared to dispose of their entire stock, on the
most reasonable terms, for cash or country produce—con
of the following, viz: Coffee,
Sugar, Teas. ',Bolas
?.rs, Fish. Salt, Cheese, Crackers, Cakes. Fruit, Confection
aries, Hams, Shoulders, &c., Tobacco of the best quality
and Sugars of every grade. Candles. Oils, Fluids, Cam
phene, &e. Nuts of every description, Figs, Raisins, &:C.
In short, every thing usually found in an establishment of
As tin. terms will he strictly rim or country produce in
exchange for goods, their stock will be ditposed of at the
LOWEST FIG I:RES.
Thankful for past favors, they would still solicit a sharo
of public patronage. All are invited to call and examino
for themselves : as no pains will be spared in order to ac
commodate. December 3, 1856.
OSAGE ORANGE SEED.—The sub
scriber has just received a few bushels of fresh Osago
Orange Seed direct from Texas, which be will sell at tho
rate of Six Dollars per peck for a peck or more, or ono dol
lar per pound. A pound of seed \vitt produce plards
enough to set 50 rods of fence. It must be evidont to es , .
ery limner how much better he would be off if he had- Hs--
ing fences, which he cml have iii this way at much less
co,t than the post and rail. JOHN S. ;SETT,
Spruce Creek, December 3, 1556.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE of VAL
umnr, REAL ESTATE. By virtue of an order of
the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, I will offer at
Public Sale, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY 7th day of
January, 18.57, at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following Real Es—
tate. late of John Conrad, Esq., deceased, to wit:
ONE LOT OF GROUND. at McAlavy's Fort, in tho town
ship of .Jackson ; bounded on the North, West and South,
by lands of Robrrt Mellurney, and on the East, by lands
of the said Mcßurney. now occupied by. William Hunt,
containing ONE HALF ACRE. more or loss, and fi
haying thereon erected a TWO STORY DWELFING
IOUSE, part of which is new occupied as a Store
llow;e: Stable, Wood House aid other improvements.
TERMS OF SALE.—.Ono third part of the purchase mo
ney to be paid on confirmation of the sale, and the bal
ance in two equal annuak payments with interestfrom the
date of the confirmation; to be secured by the bonds and.
mortgage of the purchaser.
N. B. Possession of the said property will be given on.
the first day of April next, The rents due or to become
dne under tho lease of the said property to Joseph Porter,.
are reserved from the effect of the sale of the said property-.
JOHN JACKSON, Trustee.
December 17. 18511
J. & W. SAXTON
N - OTI CE.---The following named persons
have filed their petitions in the office of the Clerk of
the Court of Quarter Sessionsof Huntingdon county, ft r
liceuz,e to keep Inns or Taverns and Eating Holmes, to be
presented for the consideration of the paid Court on the
second Monday and 12th day of January, next, to wit :
Inns or TaVetts.
Mary HIICy, uexandria Bor.
Alexandria Bor -
M. F. CAMPBELL, Prothonotary
Clerk's Offieo, December 17, 1856.
TEAS'TEAS—of excellent qualities,
and tlic. clacpez:in trr - n, it LOFT & 141FDIV/ra
IM 3111b1i\TEItY STORE.="---111is:i
SLICE: and Miss 'WALLACE respectfully an
nounce to the Ladies of Huntingdon and surround-
Mg country, that they have opened a MILLINERY
STORE in the east end of the residence of Mrs..Dor
land, immediately opposite the ' Globe" printing office,
where they will carry it on in all its various branches.
They have just received from the city an entire new,
beautiful and fashionable assortment of bonnets, silks;
satins, flowers. trimmings, and every article belonging to a
Millinery Store, and will he pleased to receive a share of
the patronage, and 1111 the orders of all those who may need
anything in their line of business. They flatter them
selves able In please the most fastidious.
Huntingdon. Nov. 26,1856.
COMMIS - SI - ONERS" SALE.—The fol
lowing tracts of land wilt be exposed to public sale
by the Commis,ioners of Huntingdon county. on Tuesday
the 13th day ofJanuary.l.B.s7, according to the several Acts
of Assembly, in such caSc made and provided, viz:
By °Eifel' of tile Corninisfioners.
Nov. 26,1856. HENRY W. MILL - Er. Clerk
RRIVAL OF FALL & WINTER
GOODS at the BROAD-TOP DEPOT. CUYNING
-11 AM S.: DT.INN. have just received a welt selected Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods, consisting of
Dry Goode. Groceries.
Hats and Caps,toots and Shoes,
ilarettcl:r, WicensWare, Cedarwttre, Crockery-ware, stone
ail I earthen, Tin ware, Cane Fishing Rods, Ready-made'
Clothing, and in short, everything usually kept in a coun
Fish, Salt, Bacon and Plaster, kept con
stantly- fur sale. Call and examine our goods and judge
for yourselves. All kinds of country produce taken at the
highest 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.
disc, Produce, &c. CVNNING/LA3I DUN N:
Huntingdon, Not. 26, iSS6.
UDITOWS NOTICE.—The under
signed Auditor appointed by the Orphans' Court of
itintingdon County to distribute the balance in the hands
of Alexander Port, administrator of James McCartney
:Sankey, deceased, amongst those entitled thereto, hereby
gives notice to all persons interested, that he will attend
for the purpose of making said distribution on Wednesday,
the 21st day of December, A. D. 1856, at 1 o'clock, P. M.,
at his ollice in the borough of linntingdon, when and
where all persons interested may attend and present their
claims. &c. JOHN REED. Auditor.
1, - IRY'S CHRISTMAS New Year's
PRESENTS. A very rich assortment of elegant and
Useful :roods of the newest European Productions. 123
ARCH Street. above Philadelphia.
17 1 11 Y'S VTriting Desks, Papeteres, Jew
Cases, Work Boxes.. &e., warranted manufactured
iu cur own wort; shop, from materials seasoned to suit tho
climate. PL'S Arch Street. above Citli, Philadelphia.
F I RY' S Dressing Cases of - wood or leather,
fir travelling or home use, are all fitt;.'d with articles
of real utility and warranted Cutlery, the largest assort
ment in the city to select from. 125 .trch Street, above
I`lriT'S Cabas, Satchells, Portmoniaes,
Travelling Bags, Etonis Cases. Scissor: , in Cases, Port
ti lio s. Cases, S:c., as low as t•imilar goods can be pur
chnsod in the United States. 125 Ai ch Street, above
Philadelphia. Decembers, 1836.
ATEW DRUG STORE.
DR. J. S. GRIFFITH, Saperintanknt
Store. Market Square : opposite Conte' Hotel, Hunting
don. Pa. HENRY McMANIGILL.
frill FIRER TRNCTS OF LAND FOI
S,A.LE—We would offer for Hale the following prop-
ALSO—A FARM in 'Union township, Thintingdon coun
ty. censaining 6.5 acres. un-half of which is cleared, and
I,atance first quality of Timber land. situated within one
mile of the Peznia Canal and Rail Road at Mill Creek.
Er) 6 U.
just received and for sale by LOVE & McDIVET.