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THE HUNTINGDON GLOBE, A DEMOCRATIC FAMILY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND GENERAL &C.
Huntingdon, Wednesday, June 1, 1859
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
Broad Top Coal Trade.
Huntingdon and Broad Tap Railroad. Amount of Coal
Shipped for week ending Wednesday Nay 25, '59, 5055 tons
Am't shipped previously this year, since Jan. 1, 44782
Total amount shipped this year,
Amount shipped to same date last year,
THE MuirAny.—Friday last, is a day long
to be remembered by the citizens of "ye an
cient borough." At an early hour, a compa
ny from Orbisonia, the Ringgold Artillery,
Capt. J. H. Dell, arrived, and at half past nine
o'clock, a company from Huntingdon Furnace,
the Scott Infantry, Capt. George Dare, and
one from Petersburg, the Union Guards, Capt.
Joseph Johnston, made their appearance on
our streets. They numbered- in all, about
one hundred and seventy-five, as near as we
can judge. After parading the principal
streets, they repaired to the field in West
Huntingdon, in which the County Fairs are
held, for the purpose of drill and inspection,
and we are informed they passed a very cred
itable examination. At one o'clock, they
proceeded to town, and took dinner ; and
were to organize again at half past two,
but a shower coming up during the interval,
it was after three before they again appeared
on the streets in ranks. After marching
around town, the Battalion halted in Market
Square, when they were addressed in a neat
and spicy little speech, by Gen. R. C. McGill.
One or two others also addressed the Battal
ion, but we did not learn their names. It now
being nearly five o'clock, and as those who
were from the West,h ad to leave at that time the
military repaired to the depot, for the pur
pose of getting ready to start for their homes.
Mr. Scott, Superintendent of the road, fur
nished four extra cars for the accommodation
of the "bold Soger boys." To take it all in
all, it 'was the grandest military display that
has been in Huntingdon for a number of
years. The town was pretty well crowded
FIGHT IN A SUNDAY SCHOOL.—Last Sunday
week, a fight occurred in a Sunday School,
out on the Ridges, about five miles from this
place, at what is called the Union School
House. The facts of the case, as we learn
them, are as follows :—The school met at
the usual time. Mr. John Flenner, teaches
n bible class, and during the time of reciting
lessons, one of the members composing Mr.
Flenner's class, named Smiley, became un
ruly, and he attempted to put him out, where
upon, Smiley struck him, and then a Mr.
Thompson interfered to part them, when
Flenner turned on Thompson, and gave him
choking. Finally, the row was quelled, and
they all returned to their homes. The Con
stable of that region being an eye witness to
the fuss, brought suit against Messrs. Flenner,
Szniley and Thompson, and on Saturday last,
they had a hearing before Esquire Snare,
who fined Flenner and Smiley five dollars
each and costs, and discharged Thompson.
ld This is the first lovely morning of
laughing June. The trees are now fully
robed in their Summer garb, the flowers are
blooming, and the sweet odor which they
send forth, makes us almost wish we had no
winter. But on more mature reflection, we
think we would get tired of the red eheeked
rosy and the yellow flower. Everything has
a healthy-looking appearance, and we often
wander over the bill top to gaze upon the
beautiful scenery surrounding our delightful
village. We make the assertion, without
fear of contradiction, that Huntingdon is one
of the most pleasantly situated country towns
in Pennsylvania. We have every facility for
navigation, we have railroads and we have
turn-pikes, all running through our town.—
What more can we ask ?
RAPIDLY ON THE INCREASE.-WC are in
formed that the number of candidates for
Treasurer, in the "opposition party" in this
county, has increased to seventeen—and the
number of candidates for Sheriff in the same
party, has increased to forty-six. We have
not heard of a single Democrat anxious for a
nomination for either of the offices. There
are, however, some fifteen or twenty looking
for and expecting the appointment of Deputy
Marshal—but, as but one can be appointed,
a large balance will learn what reliance can
be placed in the promises of trading politi
GOOD PICTURES.—W. J. Cunningham, is lo
cated in Smith street with his traveling car,
and is prepared to accommodate all visitors
with Ambrotype, Melainotype or Photograph
Pictures, executed in the latest and most im
The blushing flowers fade from earth,
Youth's beauties pass away;
But Cunningham's Pictures ever bloom,
And mock at Time's decay
Then, come along—get along I
Make no delay;
Come and get your Pictures
Before be goes away!
Call at his car and examine specimens. *
CHILD DaowNun.—On Sunday afternoon
last, John Hildebrand McCollum, aged be
tween two and three years, son of Rev. Mc-
Collum, while playing on the canal bank
near the residence of Mr. John Hildebrand,
accidentally fell in, and. no person witnessing
the accident, the child drowned, and was not
found until an hour afterwards. When found,
the child was floating on the top of the wa
ter, some distance below the weigh lock.—
The fact of the child floating that distance
without sinking, has not been accounted for
by our physicians.
Mx. ED/TOR:—After a sojourn of two weeks
in the country, I am again at my post, ready
for duty. I arrived in town early enough on
Friday last, to see "ye gallant solger boys"
march up and down the streets in all the
pomp and splendour they could command.—
The thought struck me, that they might be
Austrians, or some other equally hostile na
tion, but imagine my delight, when I was
informed by a friend, that they were Hun
tingdon county soldiers, and that they would
not hurt me, for I intimated.my fears to my
friend, who took a hearty laugh over it. I
then walked out as bold as a lion, and seen
what was to be seen, and I tell you what,
Mr. Editor, I saw a great many sights. One
in particular, that I will mention, viz :
After two of the companies had gone home,
and I was returning . from the depot, my at
tention was attracted to two of the " gallant
fellows" who were setting on Mr. Dorris' cel
lar door, on Montgomery street, with pint
flasks in their hands, ever and anon, suck
ing the corn juice from the bottle, and, no
doubt, discussing over some old love - story,
for I never beheld a more pleasant looking
couple in my life. After draining the flasks
to their last dregs, they started on their way
up town, linked arms, and pretty well
" warped." It amused me no little, and I
cannot refrain from noticing it. But, I must
stop this, I have news of more importance to
" " 47837 "
Being somewhat noted as a politician, and
having a strong desire to gain as large a
quantity of the "sweet sparkler" as I possibly
can, I have launched my boat into the politi
cal world for "better or for worse," as the
preacher man says, and I am going to stump
this and adjoining counties, for some of the
Opposition candidates for Sheriff and County
Treasurer, provided they will pay me enough
for my valuable services, for I don't think
there is enough voters in this county, to elect
all of them. I think my project will pay, as
very few would undertake the job, and, con
sequently, I have a clear field to work in.—
My labors will commence about the latter
part of Auguary, eighteen hundred and fast
asleep, or thereabouts. More anon.
BEDFORD RAILROAD.—The first twelve miles
of the road, from Hopewell to Bloody Run,
was let on Wednesday last. Dull, Cresswell,
Collins & Co., were the successful bidders, for
the whole twelve miles. From Bloody Run
to Bedford there is an excellent turnpike
road, but we were assured that the balance
of the railroad to Bedford would be put un
der contract before the close of summer.—
With a railroad from Huntingdon to the
Bedford Springs, it may become fashionable
for printers to look after their health.
xie-A yearling heifer, belonging to Gen. A.
P. Wilson, came very nearly being drowned
on Saturday evening last, whilst crossing the
forebay, just above Fisher & McMurtrie's
Mill. She was attempting to walk a foot
board, but was too heavy, and it broke, pre
cipitating her, head foremost, into the fore
bay, in such a manner as to keep her head
under water. She was seen falling, and was
pulled out without receiving any serious
Itar lire had quite a pleasant trip over the
Broad Top Road, on Saturday last, and were
pleased to notice considerable improvements
progressing along the road and at the mines.
Coalmont, the county seat of the new county
that is to be, looks well—besides a large well
finished . hotel, there are a number of other
dwellings which adds much to the good ap
pearance of the place. Broad Top Region
will be a great country in the course of a few
THE GROWING CROPS.—During a visit to
the country, a few days since, we have found
by observation and inquiry, that the crops,
this season, will give such a yield as has not
been known for several seasons. The wheat
is in a line growing condition—the rye and
oats are doing finely—the corn growing rap
idly. if nothing occurs to prevent it, we will
have a heavy harvest.
ref' Workmen are busily engaged in build
ing Vaults in the Prothonotory's aud Regis
ter's offices. This is quite an improvement,
and we wonder that our county officers never
thought of it before. We visited the place
on Monday last, and found everything un
dergoing a thorough renovation. Persons
having business with, either office, will find
them in the Court Room.
par. Theo. IT. Cremer, Esq., is erecting a
brick stable that will be quite an ornament.
We would have no objections to seeing our side
of Washington street built up with such sta
bles, &c.—they would not be an eye-sore to
the families living opposite. Time and mon
ey will make some great improvements in the
Xgr There is some talk of getting up a
military company in this place. We have
the material, as good as there is in the State,
for a first class company. But the difficulty
has been to get the right men to fall into
ranks. With a company equally as good as
our Band, the ancient borough could travel
any where. Keep the ball in motion.
A CIIANGE.-Our friend Christian Couts
has changed the name of his hotel to that of
the "Mansion House," and we are pleased to
learn that, since he has had the house, he has
received a fair share of public patronage.—
The traveling public will always find friend
Couts ready to accommodate.
cr Our little lady friends are determined
that we shall not be in want of early vegeta
bles. We received another supply from our
little neighbor, Miss Addle Love, for which
she will accept our thanks.
Aar We direct the attention of our read
ers to the letter of our Nebraska correspondent.
Read it and believe, for we can assure our
readers, that he is a reliable man ; and what
he writes, is truth:
er'' The attention of our readers is direc
ted to the letter of Rev. 0. 0. McClean, late
Presbyterian Pastor of this place. It is an
interesting document, and is well worthy a
?J' A fine article of Green Oil Cloth for
windows—also different styles of Shades—
Bailey's Fixtures, Tassels, Cords, Tape, &c.,
far sale at Lewis' Cheap Book, Stationery and
gGr'' Parts of this county have been visited
during the past week by hail=storms, but we
have not heard of any damage being done
to the crops.
rer- Rev. Zahnizer, the Pastor elect, of
the Presbyterian Church of this place, is ex
pected here some day this week.
ga* A beautiful assortment of Lithographs
for sale at Lewis' Book, Stationery and 11u
kiZr See advertisement of Dr. Sanford's
Liver Invigorator in another column.
ftaicm See advertisement of Prof. Wood's
Hair Restorative in another column.
HOOFLANIPS GrEBRIAN BITTERS.
THEY ARE ENTIRELY VEGETABLE,
And free from Alcoholic Stimulant, and all injurious in
gredients; are pleasant in taste and smell, mild in their
operation, will expel all morbid secretions from the body,
give bloom to the pallid cheek, and health and vigor
They will cure DYSPEPSIA.
They will cure NERVOUS DEBILITY.
They will cure LIVER COMPLAINT.
They will cure .JAUNDICE.
They will cure DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS.
They will cure CONSTIPATION.
They will cure PILES.
They will cure HEARTBURN.
They will cure SWIMMING OF THE HEAD.
They will cure FLUTTERING OF THE HEART.
They are prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, 41S Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa., and sold by druggists and store
keepers in every town and village in the United States,
Canadas, West Indies, and South America, at 75 cents per
PITS 2 PITS I PITS 2
Persons laboring under this distressing malady will find
DR. Ihrstcz's Epileptic Pills to he the only remedy ever
discovered for curing Epilepsy or Falling Fits. These Pills
possess a specific action on the nervous system; and al
though prepared especially for the purpose of curing Fits,
they will be found of especial benefit to all persons afflic
ted with weak nerves, or whose nervous system has been
prostrated or shattered from any cause whatever. The
dyspeptic patient, whose stomach has lost the power of
duly converting food into a life sustaining element, is re
lieved by a single course of the extraordinary Pills. The
gastric fluid re-acquires its solvent power, and the crude
nutriment which was a load and a burden to the sufferer,
while hid digestive organization was paralyzed and un
strung, becomes under the wholesome revolution created
in the system, the basis of strength, activity, and health.
Sent to any part of the country by mail, free of postage.
Address SETH S. HANCE, 10S Baltimore street, Baltimore,
Isld. Price—one box, $3; two, $5; twelve, $24.
On the 26th inst., at the Shirleysburg Seminary, by
Rev. J. D. Holmes, Col. P. 11. LANE, of Huntingdon, and
Miss CLIAELOTTE A. KIDDER, Of Shirleysburg.
On the 24th inst., by Rev. David Elliott, D. D., Rev.
JAMES A. REED, of Cedar Rapids, lowa, and Miss M. Con-
NELIA KER, of Huntingdon.
MONDAY, May 30.—Sales of about 250 bbls good super
fine flour at $7 7a bbl, and 100 bbls of middlings at $5, and
a few small lots to the trade at from $7 up to $8,50 bbl,
according to quality—the latter for fancy brands. Mixed
brands of superfine aro offered at $6,75, but the demand
both for export and home us, is limited, Rye Flour and
Corn Meal are dull ; the former is quoted at $4,75, and the
latter at $4 73 bbl for Pennsylvania Meal. Wheat is un
settled and 5@,10c lower to-day; about 3,000 bus prime
Western and Penna. red have been sold at 170 e and 1200
bus fair Western white at 175E0176 cts. ltye is also low
er, and about 1,000 bus Pennsylvanian sold at 90c. Corn
is dull and unsettled ; about 0,000 bus. prime Pennsylva
nia yellow sold at 90c afloat; GOO bus. do. at SScts ; and
1,000 bus inferior at Kell bushels. Oats are in moderate
demand only at a further decline, and about 5,000 bus.
Pennsylvania sold at 50cts. afloat.
NOTICE to the Tax Collectors of Hun
tingdon County.—You are requested to make a
special effort to meet the August Interest. Persons hold
ing county Orders, will please exercise a little patience, as
I have already largely advanced beyond the receipts of the
county. As 1 will be absent for a few weeks, persons
having business in my office, will please call on Major G.
W. Garrettson, at the Banking House of Bell, Garrettson
Huntingdon, June 1, ISSO
IS THE PLACE
IS THE PLACE
IS THE PLACE
FOR DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, &,c
FOR DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, &c
FOR DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, &c
As times and seasons have changed, so has the
firm of Love & McDivitt changed to T. P. LOVE.
His old friends and patrons and all new ones, will find
him THERE! at his out stand in Market Square, willing
and ready to accommodate all, at cash prices. Country
produce', and cash in particular, taken in exchange for
Goods. Call and see.
The business of the old firm will be settled by T. P.
Love, and persons knowing themselves indebted, will con
fer favor by calling immediately.
Notes taken (where no money can be had) in exchange
for old accounts, by
T. P. LOVE.
Huntingdon. Juno 1, 1559.
I'mIESILVER'S NEW SUPER
PERIAL SHEET MAP OF THE SEAT OF WAR,
bracing a full Map of Europe, and complete Maps of
Sardinia and Lombardy, Austria and Italy. The whole
embodied in one super imperial sheet, size 3d by 44 inches,
furnishing such reliable geographical information, as can
not be procured from any other source.
This sheet also contains statistics, carefully compiled
from the latest reliable authorities, giving the strength of
the armies and navies of the Powers of Europe, with brief
accounts of the Leaders and Generals of the opposing ar
mies, in the present struggle. Also
CORRECT AND HANDSOME PORTRAITS OF
Louis Napoleon 111, Emperor of France ; Alexander LI,
Emperor of all the Russias ; Francis Joseph I, Em
peror of Austria, and Victor Emanuel 11, King of Sar
The great success attending the publication of Desilver's
small steel plate " Map of the Seat of War," has induced
the publisher to issue this extended Map, prepared from
steel plates rendering it vastly superior to the common
Lithographic Maps, vow issued. This splendid Map will
be furnished at the following low prices :
Handsomely Colored, in cases 00
" in sheets 50
Or either of the maps of Europe, Austria, Sardinia and
Lombardy, or Italy, furnished separately, in sheets, col
ored, at 25 cents.
Published and for sale by
No. 714 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia.
.6"7""1 , The Maps can be obtained of Booksellers, News
Agents, &c., generally, throughout the United States, and
are also furnished in cases by G. G. EVANS, Philadel
phia, and EVANS & CO., New York.
They will be forwarded by mail, post paid, on receipt
of advertised price.
gir . Agents wanted to canvass for this Map, in all sec
tions of the Union. Terms liberal.
June 1, '59
J; BRICKER has returned from the East with a trcmen•
dons Stock of Goods. They are upon the shelves in his
New Rooms, on Hill street, near M.'Ateer's Hotel, ready for
His Stock consists of every variety of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
DRY GOODS, GENERALLY,
GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE,
HARDWARE AND GLASSWARE,
CROCKERY AND CEDARWARE,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
And everything to Do found In the most extensive stores.
His Stock is New and of the Best, and the public are in
vited to call and examine, free of charge.
Huntingdon, June 1, 1859.
READ I READ !I READ !! !
ESENWEIN'S AROMATIC BALSA',
is a remedy riot to be excelled for the relief and cure of
those maladies incident to the Summer Season, viz ;
DIARRIIOEA, DYSENTERY, CHOLERA OR CHOLERA MORDL'S, VOMIT
ING, ACIDITY OP TELE STO3IACLI, etc.
Its excellent Carminative powers, pleasant taste and
soothing influence, renders it a valuable remedy in Infan.
tile diseases, peculiar to the Second Summer, viz
era Infanlum, etc. It has a reinvigorating and tonic in
fluence on the system, allaying inflamation where it exists
in the stomach and bowels—and on trial will be found in
dispensable to the well being of every family. It will be
found as well adapted to Adults as Children.—Try it.
Prepared only by
A. ESENIVEIN, Dispensing Chemist,
N. Ir. Cor. NINTH 8 POPLAR Sts., BiIIIADELPILLk.
PnucE 23 etc. per BOTTLE.
Sold by J. Read, Huntingdon, and by Druggists
and Storekeepers generally.
May 25, 1859-Iy.
CLASSIFICATION of Merchants in
V..) Huntingdon county, by the Appraiser of Mercantile
Taxes, for the year commencing the Ist day of May,lSs9.
Alexandria Borough and Porter Township.
George C. Bucher, 13 $lO 00
Henry C. Walker, 14 7 00
Samuel Hatfield, 14 7 00
John R. Gregory, 14 7 00
Samuel W. Myton, 14 7 00
Jas. C. Walker, 14 7 00
Cyrus A. Cresswell, 14 7 00
E. W. Hill & Co., - 14 7 00
Eby & C0.,13 10 00
Edward Green & Co., 14 7 00
Henry Jamison, 14 7 00
Samuel Sechrist, 14 7 00
Jos. P. Heaton
R. E. Wigton,
Benedict Stevens & Co.,
Thomas E. Orbisom 13 10 00
Etnier S Burket,
Andrew Wilson, 14 7 00
Geo. A. Lyon, 14 7 00
J. W. pattern, 14 7 00
Short), Stewart & Co., 13 10 00
G. ..S: J. 11. Shoenberger,
Fisher ,C; Mcalurtrie, 12 12 50
Bcnj. Jacobs, /3 10 00
Moses Strops, 13 10 00
D. P. Gwin, V.. 13 10 00
D. Dunn & Co., 13 10 00
G. A. Miller, 14 7 00
W. & J. Carmen,
J. W. Dutcher,
.31L Gutman &
S. S. Smith,
L. & S. Weaver,
Freedom Iron Co.,
Samuel W. Myton,
Thos. W. Graff-ins,
R. A. Dorsey, 14 7 00
Henry Strouse, 11 7 00
Douglass & Johnston, 14 7 00
Shirley Twp. and Shirleysliurg Borough.
W. A. Fraker, 14 7 00
Doyle, Foust & Doyle,
William B. Leas,
George Sipes, 14 7 00
3. II Blair & Co.,
11.11 Powell, 7 00
Simon Coen, 11 7 00
N. G. Horton, 14 7 00
Orbison & Bear, 14 7 00
7Fa Ike,. Township.
Joseph Douglass, 14 7 00
Benjamin Jacobs, 14 7 00
Trarriormark and Birminghanz.
James Clark & Son, 13 10 00
George Guyer, Jr., 14 7 00
S. Fox, 14 7 00
John It. Thompson, _ . 14 700
F. IL LANE,
West Township and Petersburg.
Benjamin llartman, 14 7 00
J. Cresswell & Son, 14 7 00
Jno. R. Hunter, 14 7 00
L. G. Kessler, 14 7 00
Joseph Johnston, 4 5 00
W. P. McNit, 4 5 00
DISTILLERIES AND BREWERIES.
Robert Massey, 9 25 00
James K. Isett,
Wm. M. & J. C. Crow -flavor,
Isenberg & Conner,
John Smith & Co.,
Fisher & Afclurtrie,
Classification of Eating Houses, &c., under
the 4th Section of the late License Law.
Henry Africa., 8 10 00
George Thomas, 8 10 00
Christian Schneider, 8 10 00
Rudolph Neff, - 8 10 00
Alexandria Borough. _
John Holmes, 8 10 00
Simnel Boogie, 8 10 00
Alex. S. Seeds, 8 10 00
It. S. Star, - 8 10 00
James Ellis, 8 10 00
Christian Lutz, 8 10 00
E. C. Summers, 30 00
Garretson & Co., 30 00
An appeal will be held by the undersigned at any time
np to the 15th day of July, at the Commissioners Office.—
Persons wishing to appeal, will please apply within the
time prescribed, as the law prohibits any appeal after that
time. HENRY W. MILLER,
Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes.
Notice is hereby given that all Licenses not lifted pre
vions to, or during the August Court, will be left in the
hands of a Justice of the Peace for collection.
F. 11. LANE,
May 25, 1850
Cassville and Cass Township.
Strayed from the residence Of the subscriber in Wal
ker township, on the 11th inst., a Sorrel Mare, four years
old, and a Bay Colt, one year old. The Mare has a white
Pace, and on the right hind foot, a Cut, which causes it to
be considerably larger than the others. Thu Colt has
three white feet; and some time ago it had a healing on
its breast, which was cut open, and can be plainly seen.—
Any information of their whereabouts, can be sent to the
subscriber in McConnellstown, or left at this office.
May 25, 1859.-tf. MATIIEW MARTIN.
Orders.—ln pursuance of the Fifth Section of the
Act regulating the Militia of this Commonwealth, the
Uniformed Companies comprising the Fourth Brigade and
Fourteenth Division of Pennsylvania Militia, will meet at
their respective places of meeting, on Atonday oth June,
1859, and on that day, vote for one person for Brigadier
Genera!, olio for Brigade Inspector, one for Lieutenant
Colonel, and one fur Major, for said Brigade, and shall also,
at the same time, vote fur and elect ono Captain, one First
Lieutenant, and one Second Lieutenant, for each Company.
The officers of the election will make their returns to
the Brigade Inspector's Office at Cassville, within five
days after the election.
By Order of .
4th Brigade 14th Division Pa. Vol.
May 25, 1559.-2 t.
1;800—THE SUBSCRIBERS wish
to employ an active reliable man in every
county, to travel and take orders by sample for KENNE
DY'S MEDICATED SEGARS AND TOBACCO. Will pay
a salary of $6OO to 3500 per year, payable monthly. For
sample and full particulars address
KRUGER & PRESTON,
May IS, 1559. 29 William-st., New York.
MOST ASTONISHING NEWS !
On Hill street, down town, nearly opposite Niles ct Dorris'
A splendid stock of new goods, consisting of the varie
ties of goods to be found in the stores of Huntingdon, just
received and ready for sale at low prices.
Give him a call and examine his goods and prices.
Huntingdon, May 18-4 t.
In pursuance of an Order of Court, I will offer for
sale in this place, on Saturday the 18th day of June next,
at 10 o'clock, A. M., a lot of ground situate in the borough
of Huntingdon, on the corner of Smith and Church streets,
fronting two hundred feet on each, adjoining lots of Rob
ert Hing on the east, and the public Cemetery on the north,
being two hundred feet square, and known as the lot be
longing to the " Protestant Episcopal Church." The lot
will be sold whole or by sub-divisions, as may command
the best price.
TERMS OF SALE:—Ono-third of the purchase money
to be paid when the sale is confirmed, and the residue in
two equal annual payments, with interest from the day of
confirmation, to be secured by the bonds and mortgage or
judgment notes of the purchaser.
FRAS. B. WALLACE,
Huntingdon, May 13, 1859. Trustee.
14 7 00
13 10 00
13 10 00
14 7 00
'the undersigned appointed by the Court of Com
mon Pleas, Auditor, to distribute amongst those entitled,
the money in the hands of the Sheriff, arising from the
sale of the Real Estate of Andrew P. Owens, will attend
to the duties of his said appointment, and meet all parties
interested, at the Prothonotary's Office, in the borough of
Huntingdon, on Saturday the 2d day of July next, at 10
o'clock, A. M.
THOMAS P. CAMPBELL,
May IS, 1850, Auditor.
13 10 00
14 T 00
12 12 50
14 7 00
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
(Estate of Samuel Thompson, dec'cl.)
By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Hun
tingdon county, I will expose to public sale on the premi
ses, in Petersburg, on FRIDAY VIE 17TH DAY OF JUNE NEXT,
at 2 o'clock P. M., the following described real estate, late
of Samuel Thompson, deed, viz :
Three lots in the Borough of Petersburg, in said county,
numbered 126, 120 and 20, each fronting sixty feet on the
respective streets, and extending back one hundred and
fifty feet. On lot 126 is a two story plastered dwelling,
a small shop, a stable, &c., adjoining Henry He--
fright on the .9 , —;th, and S. D. Myton's heirs on the north.
On lot No. 120, is a two story frame dwelling house, ad
joining John R. Hunter on the south, and Abraham Cress
well on the north.
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
Lot No. 29 is a vacant lot adjoining lots of Dr. Henry
Orlady, on the north and south.
Also, a small lot or tract of unimproved land in Hen
derson township, Huntingdon county, adjoining lands of
William Dorris on the south, and lands of Dr. Peter Shoen
bergcr's estate on the north, containing about sixteen
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TERMS OF SALE:—One-third of the purchase money
to be paid when the sale is confirmed by the Court, and
the residae to be paid in two equal annual payments, with
interest from the day of confirmation, to be secured by
the bonds and mortgage of the purchaser.
Huntingdon, May 13, 1559. Trustee.
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Letters of Administration on the Estate of
r 5T tIER COX, late of Warriorsmark township, Hunting
don county, deceased, having been granted to the under
signed, he hereby notifies all persons indebted to said Es
tate, to make immediate payment, and those having claims
against the same, to present them, duly authenticated, for
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May 11, 1559.* Administrator.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
PUBLIC SALE.—WiII be sold at public outcry,
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On Wednesday 23d day of June next,
At the Court House in the borough of Huntingdon, the
following described Real Estate, to wit:
450 acres of laud, in the name of ;lames Old, in Dublin
and Springfield townships, bounded by John Minich on
the north, land of Minich, Long & Peterson and others,
on the east, and Stacy Young on the west.
10 acres of land in lilack Log Valley, being part of; a
survey in the name of John Duffee, adjoining land of
Greenberry Ramsey and others.
440 acres of land on Shade Mountain, in the name of
James McMullen, adjoining land in the name of Jacob
Weaver, on the south by land of Samuel Bolinger, John
Bolinger and others on the west, and land of John Hump
frey on the north.
61 acres of land in Shirley township, adjoining land of
A. P. Wilson on the north, laud of Brewster on the west
and north, and land called Cornelius land, on the east.
Warranted in the name of Samuel Caldwell.
44 acres of land In Franklin township, warranted in the
name of D. Caldwell. adjoining laud of John Canna on
the west, Shoenherger's land on the north, and land of
William M. Lyon & Co., on the east.
100 acres of land in Walker township, adjoining land
of Breneman, land of Daniel Africa and others. Warran
ted in the name of Samuel Caldwell.
110 acres of land in Union township, adjoining Innd of
Jacob Breneman on the east, and land of John S. Isett on
the' west and north, and others on the south.
1:1 acres of land in Union township, adjoining land of
Thomas Irvin on the west and north, and land of Hamp
son's on the east and south. Warranted in the name of
440 acres of land in the name of William Watson, situ
ate on Stone Mountain, adjoining land in the name of
John Watson on the south, and James Dean on the north.
400 acres of land warranted in the name of _Robert
Johnston, situate in Jackson township, adjoining lands
warranted in the name of John Work, Charles Caldwell,
Henry West and William Johnston.
400 acres of land warranted in the name of Charles
Caldwell, situate in Jacleson township. adjoining land war
ranted in the name of Robert Caldwell on the north, Rob
ert McClelland on the cast, Alex. Johnston on the south,
and Robert Johnston on the west.
400 acres of land in Jackson township, warranted in the
name of James West, adjoining lands warranted in the
name of William Johnston, Henry West, Andrew Boyd
and George Wico.
400 acres of land in Jackson township, warranted in the
name of Samuel Steel, adjoining land warranted in the
name of Jonathan Beastly, Wm. Steel, John Gelbrneth and
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The undivided one-fourth of 400 acres of land on Broad
Top Mountain, warranted in the name of William Spring;
adjoining lands of McCanless and others.
145 acres of land in Cromwell township, warranted in
the name of Joseph Grub.
TERMS OP SALE :—One-half of the purchase money to
be paid on confirmation of the sale, and the balance ono
year thereafter, to be secured by judgment or mortgage.
)3y Order of Orphans' Court.
Adner of E 4 amuel Caldwell, dee'd.
Ifuntingdon, May IS, 1859.
Letters of Administration, on the Estate of WIL
LIAM BORING, late of Union tp.. Huntingdon co., dec'd.,
having been granted to the undersigned, ho hereby noti
fies all persons indebted to said Estate; to make immediate
payment, and those having claims against the same, to
present them, duly authenticated, for settlement.
May 11, 1859. _Administrator.
- N -EW MARBLE YARD
IN HUNT INGD ON,
31ITFLIN STREET, UM w ±.L.N SMITH AND FRANRLIN
JAMES M. GREEN informs the citizens of the county
generally, that ho has opened a MARBLE YARD at the
above place, and is prepared to finish marble to order in
the best workmanlike manner.
TOMB STONES, BUREAU and STAND TOPS, fur
nished on short notice, and at reasonable prices.
Ile hones, by strict attention to business, to merit and
receive a share of public patronage.
Huntingdon, May 4, 1859-Iy.
BROKE OUT IN His OLD PLACE,
ADMINADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. •
Letters of Administration on the Estate of JOHN .1
latp of Walker township, Huntingdon co., de
ceased, having been granted to the undersigned, he here:
by notifies all persons indebted to said Estate, to makd
immediate payment, and those having claims against the
same, to present them, duly anthentiCated, for settlemtmt.
May 4,185 g
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The history of "lIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BIT . :
TER:3," the most remarkable medicine of the day, and
the many cures that have been performed with it in cases
of LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS DE
BILITY, and diseases arising from a disordered liver or
stomach, place it among the most astonishing discoveries
that have taken place in the medical world. The diseases
to which these Bitters are applicable are so universal, that
there are but few of our friends who may not test their
virtues in their own families or circle of acquaintances,
and prove to their own satisfaction that there is at least
one remedy among the many advertised medicines, deser
ving the public commendation. It is a fact that, in the
minds of many persons, a prejudice exists against what
are called Patent Medicines; but why should this prevent
you resorting to an article that has such an array of tes . , -
Oniony to support it as Iloofland's German Bitters? Phy
sicians prescribe it, Why should you discard it? Judges,.
usually considered men of talent, have and do use it in
their own families. Why should you reject it? Clergy
men, and those the most eminent, take it; why should
not you? Let not your prejudice usurp your reason, to
the everlasting injury of your health; if you are sick, and
require a medicine, try these Bitters.
These Bitters are prepared and sold by Dr. C. M, Jack
son, No. 41S Arch street, Philaelphia, Pa., and by drug
gists and storekeepers in every town and village in the
United States, Canadas, West Indies, and South America,
at 75 cents per bottle. See that the signature of C. M.
Jackson is on the wrapper of each bottle.
May 11, 1859-Iy.
AT LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE;
OSGOOD'S Speller, Ist, 2d, 3d, 4th and sth Readers:
MGUFFEY'S Speller and Readers.
SANDER'S do do do
SWAN'S do do do
COBB'S do do do
Warren's Physical Geography . .
Mitchell's, Monteith and McNally's Geographies S: Atlases.
Webster's and Worcester's Dictionaries.
Quackenbo's First Lessons in Composition.
Greenlief's, Stoddard's, Enimerson's & Swan's Arithmatics.
Greenlief's and Stoddard's Keys.
Upham's Mental Philosophy.
Willard's History of the United States.
Payson, Denton and Scribner's Penmanship, in eleven
Academical, Controllers' and other Copy Books.
Elements of Map Drawing, with plan for sketching maps
by tri-angulation and improved methods of projection.
Davies' Elementary Geometry and Trigonometry.
Davies' Legendre's Geometry.
Book Keeping by Single Entry, by Lansford & Payson.
Book Keeping by Single and Double Entry, by Lansford Sc.
Other books will be added and furnished to order
A full stock of School Stationery always on hand
Huntingdon, April :27,1859.
CONFECTIONARIES & NOTIONS.
G. A. MILLER informs the citizens of Huntingdon and
vicinity, that be keeps constantly on hand a general as
sortment of GROCERIES, Confectionaries, &c., and that
he will try to accommodate his customers with the best.
He also has on hand an assortment of Dry Goods, Boots
and Shoes, Hats, and other goods.
Thankful for past favors, ho hopes to merit a continu
ance of the same.
Dont forget the place, in the old Temperance Hall build
ing. [Huntingdon, April 20, 1859.
A Letters testamentary on the Will of DANIEL
BAUGHWALTER, of Walker township, deceased, haring
been granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to
the said deceased, wilt please make immediate payment,
and those having claims against his estate, will present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
ALLISON MILLER, •
D E TIS T,
Ills removed to the Brick Row opposite the Court house.
April 13, 1859.
F RANKLIN HOUSE,
W. & 11. WILLIAMS, Proprietors.
The best accommodations for man and beast. Give
trial and he convinced. [April 13, '59.
ITK. NEFF, M. D.,
PIIFSICIAN AND SURGEON:
OFFICE, fill street, opposite Dr. Luden, offers his profes
sional services to the citizens of Huntingdon and vicinity.
April 13, 1859.
ARREL, HERRING & CO.'S
PATENT CHAMPION SAFE.
LATE FIRE AT DUBUQUE, lOWA,
DUBUQUE, Jan. 7, 1559.
Cents: I am requested by Mr. T. A. C. Cochrane, of this
place, to say to you that on tho morning of the 4th inst.,
about 3 o'clock, his 'store took fire, and the entire stock of
goods was destroyed. The heat became so suddenly intense
that none of the goods could possibly bo saved; but fortu
nately his books and papers, which were in ono of your
Champion safes, were all preserved perfectly. And welt
they may be called Champion, for during the whole con
flagration there was one incessant pouring of flame direct- -
ly upon the safe which contained them. And still, upon
opening it, the inside was found to be scarcely warm, while
the outside was most severely scorched. Yours truly,
N. A. McCLURE.
Herring's Patent Champion Fire and Burglar-Proof Safes
with HALL'S PATENT POWDER PROOF LOCKS, afford
the greatest security of any safe in the world. Also Side
board and Parlor safes, of elegant workmanship and finish,
for plate, &c.
Fimara., Hisuarm & Co., have removed from 34 Walnut
street, to their new store, No. 629 Chestnut street, parses
HALL.) where the largest assortment of Safes in the world ,
can be found.
FARREL, TrEratrxo & co,
629 Czemsuz SznErr,
April 13,1559-3 m
w - OS TENEIOL MS' Celebrated IX k
KuITOS and Razors, for sato by -
JAS. A. BROWN.
JOIIN S. MILLER, Proprietor.
Travelers. and citizens of the county, are informed that
no pains will be spared to make them feel comfortable and
at home at this House. [April 6, '59.
WRAPPING PAPER r
A good article for sale at
LEWIS' BOOK STORE-
lIIIN TIN GDON, PA.
CHRISTIAN GOUTS, Proprietor.
My old patrons and the traveling public in general., may
expect warm receptions and good accommodations.
April 0, 1859.
- DIJSINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
H yon want your card neatly printed upon envel
opes: call at
LEWIS' BOOR:AND STATIONERY STORE.
OF VATVTAI , S FMS. for sal..? n
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIO-YERY STORE,
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