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Notice of General Election.
DuRsuANT to an act of the General Assem
i bly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvnil,
entitled. "An act relating to the election of this
Commonwealth," approved the second day of
July, 1839,1, JOSHUA GREENLAND, High
Sheriil of the county of Huntingdon, in the State
of Pennsylvania, do hereby mike known and give
notice to the electors of the county aforesaid,
will be held in the said county of Huntingdon on
the SECOND TUESDAY, (and oth day) of
October, 1855. at which time, State and County
officers, as follows will be elected to a it :
One person to fill the office ol Canal Commis
sioner of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Two persons in connexion with the county of
Blair to fill the office of Members of the House
- One person to fill toe office of Treasurer for
One person to fill the office of County Com
missioner for Huntingdon county.
One person to fill the office of Director of the
Poor for Huntingdon county.
One person to fill the office of Auditor for
One person to fill the office of Corener for
In pursuance of said act, I also hereby make
known and give notice, that the places of holding
the aforesaid general election -in the several elec
tion districts within the said county of Hunting.
don, are as follows to wit :
Ist district, composed of the township of Hen
derson, except the borough of Huntingdon,
and also a part of Porter township, and a 1 that
part of Walker township, not in the 15th district,
at the Court House in the borough of Hunting
2d district, composed of Dublin township, at
Pleasant Hill School House near Joseph Nel.
son's, in said township.
3d district, composed of so much of Warriors
mark township, as is not included in the 1-9th
district, at the school house adjoining the town of
4th district, composed of the township of Hope
well, at the school house at Rough and Ready
sth district, composed of the township of Bar
ree, at the house of James Livingston, in the
town of Saulsbury, in said township.
6th district; composed of the Borough of Shir
leysburg, and all that i.art of the township of
Shirley not included within the limits of District
No. 24, as herein-after mentioned and descri
bed, at the House of David Frakcr dec'd.. in
7th district. composed of Porter and part of
Walker town-hips. and so much of West town
ship as is included in the following boundaries, to
wit : Beginning at the south west corner of To
bias Caufman's Farm on rite bank of the Little
Juniata river, to the lower end of Jackson's par-
TGWS , thence in a northwesterly direction to the
most southerly part of the farm owned by Deli
rcimo 1 Maguire, thence, north 4u degrees west to
the top of Tussey's mountain to intersect the line
of Franklin township, thence along the said line
to Little Jnu ia ta, river, thence down the same to
'the place of beginning, 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
9th district, composed of Tell township, at
the Un ion school house. near the Uni. n Meet
ing house in said township.
10th. district, composed of Springfield town
ship, at the school house near Hugh Madden's
in township. . _ .
11th district, composed of Union township, at
the school house near Ezekiel Co.bin's in said
12th distri( t, composed of Brady township, at
the Cent e Sc/cool House in said township.
L3th district. composed of Morris township, at
the public house latel y occupied by Peti-r Hein
sermon, in the village of Waterstreet, in slid
14:h district, composed of that part of West
township, not included in 7th district, at the pub
lic school bou eon the farm now owned by Miles
Lewis, (formerly owned by James Ennis) in
15th di-trict, composed of that part of Walker
township lying south west of a line commencing
oppo-ite David Curbin's house, the Union town
ship line, thence in a straight line, includine said
Corbin's house, to the corner of Porter township,
on the Huntingdon and Woodcock valley road,
at the house of Benjamin Magahy, in said town
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, he
ginning at the line. of West and Henderson
townships, at the foot of said ridge, to the line of
Barren township, thence by the division line of
Barree and West townships to the summit of
Stone mountain, to intersect the line of Hender
s3n and West townships, thence by slid line to
the place of beginning, at the house now occupi
ed by Benjamin Corbin, on Murray's Run.
18th district, compose ! of Cromwell township,
at the house now occupied by David Et
fire, in Orbisonia.
19th district, composed of the borough of Bir
mingham, with the several tracts of land near to
and ottaeheil to the same, now twned and occu
pied by Thomas M. Owens. John K. M'Cahan,
Andr , w Robeson, John Gensimer and Wtn.
Gen%imer, and the tract of land now owned by
George and John zehoenberger, known as the
Porter tract, situate in the township of Warriors
mark. at the pnillic school house in said b.'rough.
20th district, composed of the township of
Cass, at the public school house in Cassville,, in
21st district, composed of the township of
Jackson at the house of Robert Barr, now occu
pied by Henry 6elfridge at McAleayy's Fort, in
22d district, composed of the township of Clay,
at the house of Joshua Shore, at the: Three
Springs in said township.
23rd &strict, composed of the township of
Ponn, at the Public School House in Marklesburg
in slid township.
29th district, composed and created as follows
to w.t. : That all that pat of Shirley township,
Huntingdon county,,lying and being within the
following described boUndaries, namely : begin
ning at the iiiter4ection 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 friirn
said tiver ; thence elstwardly by a straight line
to the point where the main from Eby's mill to
Germany valey, crosses the summit of Sandy
ridge ; thence northwardly along the summit of
Sandy ridge to the river Juniata, and thence ud
said river to the place of beginning, shall here
after form a seperata election district. That the
qualified vot..-rs of said election district shall here
after hold their general and township elections
in the public School House in Mount Union, in
said district, that Samuel Eby is hereby appoint
ed judge. and Doctor B Lee and Samuel
Miller, esquire, are hereby appointed inspectors
of. said election, to perform rho duties of their
several offices until
,43 judge and inspectors are
duly elected, in accordance with the election laws
of this Commonwealth. .
25th district composed of the borough of
Huntingdon, at the Court. House in said bor
I alto make known and give notice, as in and
by the 13th section of the aforesaid act I am di
rected, "that every person, excepting justices of
the peace who shall hold any office = or appoint
ment of profit or trust under the government of
the United States, or of this State. or of any city
or corpprated district, whether a commissioned
officer or agent, who, is or shall he employed un ,
der the legislative, executive or judiciary depart
ment of this State, or of the United states, or of
any city or incort•orated district, and also, that
every member of. Cengt ess, and of the state Leg
islature, and of the select or common council of
any city, commissioners of any incorporated dis
trict, is by law incapable of holding or exercising
at the same time, the office or aapointment or
judge. inspector or clerk of any election of this
Commonwealth, and that no inspector or judge,
or other officer of any such election shall be eli
gible to any ()thee to be then voted for."
Also, that in the 4th section of the act of as
sembly, entitled "an act relating to executions
and for .other purposes," approved April 16+,
1840, it is enacted that the aforesaid 13th section
" not be so construed as to prevent any militia of
ficer or borough officer from serving as judge; of
icspect'r or clerk, of any general or special elec—
tion in this Commonwealth.
Pursuant to the provisions contained sin the
67th section of the act aforesaid the judges of the
aforesaid districts shall respectively take charge
of the certificate or return of the election of their
respective dist rir ts, and produce them at a meet
ing of one of the judges from each district. at the
Court House in the borough of H untingdon, on
the third day after the day of the election, being
for the present year on Friday the 13th of Octo
ber next, then and there to do and perform the
duties required by law of said judges. Also, that
where a judge by sickness or unavoidable acci
dent, 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 required of said judge unable
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 shall continue without
interruption or adjournment until seven o'clock
in t he e% ening, when the polls shall be closed•"
Given under my hand at Huntingdon, the 11th
day of September. 1854, and of the Indepen
dence of the United States the seventy-eighth.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff.
Huntingdon, Sept. 11, 1855.
[sun SAVE 'THE co7l3ro:qwElLTll)
O F ti
ap d kind G s l fo b r sale at the office of the Hun-
A choice lot of dried Beef, just re-
ceived and for sale at the new store of
CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
Crocks ! Crocks ! !---A well selected lot
of Earthen Ware just received and for sale
by CUNNING ETA NI & DUNN.
35/ 3 .,ESTBROOK'S.
IiADIES' Sr, GIENTLEMEIVS
BOOT & SHOE STORE.
A New Stock. Just Received.
LEVI WESTBROOK. informs his old
V customers and the public generally that
he has just received from Philadelphia, a
large assortment of Boots and Shoes, com
prising every kind and variety of Gentlemen's
Boots, Gaitors, Monroes, Ties, Slippers, &c.
Ladies' line Gaitor Boots, Buskins, and Tics of
the latest and most approved styles. Boys',
Misses' and Children's Boots, Lace Boots, Gai.
tors and Shoes of every style and variety now
Also, Lasts and Morocco Skins.
Huntingdon, May 15, 1855.
15".A.ST ARRIVAL OF
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
CUNNINGHAM & DUNN,
HAVE just returned from Philadelphia, an
arc noiv opening at the old stand of Josi:: n
Cunningham & Son at the heed of the Br,-r.d
Top basin, a splendid assortment of new Goods,
HATS, BOOTS 4. SHOES,
- BACON, SALT, FISH (5* PLASTER.
And in short everything that is usually kept in
a country store.
The public are respectfully invited to call
and examine our stock, as we are determined
not to be undersold by any house in town.
All kinds of country produce telt= in ex
change for goods at the highest market prices.
Prompt attention paid to storing and forward
ing all kinds of merchandise, produce &c.
Huntingdon, April 25,1855.
Grocery and Confectionary Store.
Loma. & zoncitrat,
RESPECTFULLY informs thcirfriend sand
the public in general, that they stilleontin,
uc the Grocery and Confectionary business, un
der the Sons of Temperance Hall, on Main
street, Huntingdon, where they have now on
hand a full and general assortment of
Groceries and Confectionaries,
which they will sell wholesale and retail. They
have also on hand Buckets, Salt, Carpet Bags,
Fancy Articles, &c.,&e., &c.,a1l of which they
will sell cheap. Country produce taken in ex.
change for Goods—the cash paid w hen wehave
no Goods to suit customers.
As we are determined to accommodate al
who may call at our store, we invite an exami
nation and trial of ourstock.
LONG & DECKER.
Huntingdon, Apl. 19 , 1855.
A general assortment of Nails and
Spikes at CUNNI NGI-1 A & DUNN'S.
am, Shoulders and Flitch just Kccuiv
il, cd and for sale by
CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
jare White Lead, just received and for
sale by CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
The best assortment of Carpet ever
offered, and at lower prices than can be gut
at any other establithment, just received and
for sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
LIME 1 LIME! LIMEI!
f IHE subscriber informs the public.generally
that he has now on hand and for sale, at
his kiln at Petersburg, superior burned Limb for
building, plastering, &c., Sce.,. which he will
sell by the bushel or larger quantity. A good
supply will always be kept on hand.
All orders by mail or otherwise will".recive
B. AT kl ERTON.
Petersburg, Aug 22,1955,
troad t Land
TrEIE subscriber wilt sell at private sale a
tract of coal land on Broad Top, well tim
bered and plenty of coal, adjoining _the Hun
tingdon and Broad Top Railroad and Coal Com
pany's land, and within halfa mile of MeCan
les' tract, where he has laid out a town at a
place known as the Watering Trough.
Also, a tract or Woodland well . timbered,
with a Steam Saw Mill thereon, within , a few
hundred yards of the Raystown Branch and
within six miles of the borough of Hunting
don. I will sell the land with or without the
saw mill, or the engine, which is eighteen
horse power,filone, as there is water power to
the mill. Indisputable titles will be given.
_ _ . _ _
WM. ROT EIR OCK.
May 8, 1855—tf. • Huntingdon, Pa
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
SE BASTOPOL NOT TAKEN !
J. & W SAXTON,
ITAVE just received from Philadelphia the
I handsomest assortment of Goods ever offer
ed to the citizens of this place, and at lower pri
ces than can be got at any other house, consist
ing as follows ;
DRESS GOODS, -
such as Summer Silks, Challeys, Berages,
Lawn, mac., &c ,
FOR THE LADIES,
Callicos, Chimazetts, Under-sleeves, Laces and
thagreatest varietv of dress Trimmings in town.
BOOTS AND SHOES
of every variety. such as fine Boots, Ladies' Gai
tors, Misses' Gaitors and Slipper✓, Ladies' Bus
kins, and a great variety of Children's Boots
HATS AND CAPS,
such as white Silk, black Silk. Kossuth Hats of
every variety. Panama and Straw Hats, and a
beautiful assortment of Bonnets, English, Straw,
Brade, Silk awl Crane Bonnets, Bloomer Hats
and Flats for children.
HARDWARE AND QUEENSWARE,
of every variety and at lower prices than ever.
Cloths, Cassimers and Summer Goods
of every variety . and color.
- CARPET AND OIL CLOTHS.
magnificent asso-trnent, and at exceedingly low
GROCERIES of every variety. and of good
We are determined to sell our old stock off at
reduced prices. We have on hand every variety
of Goods usually kept in a country store.
The Cheap Corner Forever
SPRING AND SUMMER. GOODS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING, &C.
DENJAMIN JACOBS informs his old cus.
j tamers and the citizens of the borough and
county of Huntingdon generally, that he has
just opened an extensive assortment of Goods of
all kinds suitable for spring and summer, which
will compare in quality and prices with any
other brought to town the present season, His
stock consists of every article of
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
in part, Ginghams, Lawns, Printed and Plain
Bareges,Prints of all kinds. Muslins, Gloves,
Hosiery, &c., &c., in fact all articles of dress
to be found in any other store in town.
Also, an extensive assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
for men and boys, for spring and summer wear
all well made and of good materials. Also
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES,
of all sizes.
Also, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE,
GLASSWARE, HARDWARE. equal to any
in town; and many article's - too numerous to
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 any others in the county. "
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
change for Goods at the highest market prices.
Huntingdon, Apl, 3,1855.
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
Al' THE OLD STAND.
T'AS just re - ecived from Philadelphia and is
j_ now opening at the old stand in Market
Square, the largest and prettiest assortment of
'SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
ever brought to the borough of Huntingdon.
My stock consists in part of Cloth a, Cassimers,
black and fancy Satinetts. Tweeds, and a large
variety of Goods of all kinds.
Ladies' Dress and Fancy Goods,
of the latest styles and best quality. A large
assortment of Underslceves, Collars and Spen
cers, black and figured Silks, a greaw, variety of
Prints and Chinces, Lawns, Barze Delains, De.
lains figured, plain and barred, Edging Lace,
Ribbons, fancy and black Gimp, Silk Lace, co
lored Kid Gloves, Gents' black do., Linen and
Silk I - Idkfs., black Italian Cravats, Hosiery.
HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES,
and a fine assortment of STRAW GOODS.
A good supply of FRESH GROCERIES
GLASSWARE AND CEDAR WARE
My stock has been selected with the greatest
care in regard to quality and princ, and I flatter
myself that I can offer inducements to purcha
sers not to be found elsewhere.
Gall and see my Goods and examine for your
Thankful for the patronage of the past by my
friends and the public generally, I respectfully
solicit a continuance of the same.
Huntingdon Apl.. 3d 1855,
1. W, THOMPSON,
ATTORNEY ,AT LAW,
And Commissioner for Pennsylvania,
ATTENDS to, buying, selling and locating
Land and Land Warrants, pays taxes
loans money on real estate security on commis,
sion, examines and ma kes abstracts of title &c.
Any business intrusted will be attended to
promptly and with fidelity.
Refer to Hon. George Taylor, and members
of the Bar at Huntingdon.
.May 16, 1855. 6m.
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Li'Ordeys or letters of inquiry for Law Boohs
from the country, promptly attended to.
June 26th, 1855-3 -
SALAMANDER - SAFES.
• EvANs. & WATSON,
rim No. 26 South Fourth . ..trect,
1 t i , . i iii:,l fi I hiladelphia, -
= l = ll. ' l2 ll l ' 4 - 1 il li j GRE pi,T FIRE. CHEST
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T - ,1 ,V 1212 jial NUT & FIFTH streets,
i AC a a l. Ir. Friday morning, December
..,, z ...- : , .o.r•_:-'----- sth, 1854. Evans & Wat-
son's.znatamander SAFES triumphant, as they
always are when put to the test.
PILILAD ELPILf A Dec.'ls, 1854.
Messrs. EVANS & WATSON, 'No. 29 South
FOLR'l' H St, Philadelphia.
GaNTLelirss: :—We take much pleasure in
recommending your Salamander Safes to
chants and others in want of a secure means of
preserving their books, papers, & c.. from fire, as
the one we purchased from you about seven
months since has presei ved our books, papers and
cash in as good a condi lion as they were when
put into it, before the great fire of this itorning,
which destroyed the entire block of buildings cor
ner of Chestnut and Fifth streets. The at•ove
safe was in use in our office, on •the second floor
afoul buitding„ from which place it- fell into the
cellar, and remained there uniil the fire was out.
The safe was then removed and opened in the
presence of at least one thousand persons, who
witnessed the goo condition oP the contents
Will you please have the safe and Locks repiiir
ed, as we intend to put. it in use again, having
perfect confidence in its fire proof qualities.
LACY & PHILLIPS
Evans & Watson take pleasure in. referring to
the Collowit.g among the many hundreds who
have their Safes in use : U. S. Mint, Philada;
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, Philada; Samuel
Allen, Esq , High sheriff, Philada ; John N.
Henderson. City Controller; Caleb Cop e &
No 183 Market St. ;
Richard Norris & Son,
Locomotive builders. Philada • Bancroft & Sel
lers. Machini-ts, corner 16th and James Sts. ;
Franklin Fire 1 nsurance Co '
vania Railroad Co., Philada.; Lacey &
corner sth and Al inor SIB.; Sharpless Bro r No.
32 South Second St; James, Kent & Santee,
No. 14.7 North Third Street; W. H. Horstman
& Sons, No 51 North Third St.; Smith,
& Co., No. 87 Market St.; J. & B. Orne.
No. 85 Chestnut St.
A large assortment of the above Safes always
on hand (warranted to stand at least 10 percent
more fire than any Herring's Safe now in use.)
EVANS & WATSON, also manufacture and
keep for sale, Iron Shutters, Iron Doors and Iron
Sash, for making fire-proof Vaults Tor Banks,
stores, public and private buildings. Seal and
Letter Copying Presses ; Patent Slate lined Re
Please give us a call, at No 26
South FOURTH St., Philadelphia.
April 3, 1855.
If You Want to feel Comfortable,
CALL at IL ROMAN'SClothing Store, where
you can get a new suit for less money than
you can get the same for at any house in
Can 'be found at E. SNARE'S Jewelry Store.
All work warranted. mh 13,'55.
Vests, at 87i and upwards
AT H. ROMAN'S Clothing Store.
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF .LIME.
r I -I HE subscriber informs Dealers and Fanners"
1 that he has greatly improved the quality of
Super Phosphate of Lime,
And now confidently recommends the article
manufactured by him, as SUPERIOR to any in the
market. You are invited to call, examine and
try it. Also,
PERUVIAN AND MEXICAN GUANO,
Oils, Candles, Soap &o.
At the - lowest market rates.
JNO. L. POMEROY,
Successor to Thos. W. Morgan,
No. 9.and 10 South"' Wharves, Philadelphia.
CL7" Farmers can load on two priy„ate
and avoid the crowded wharf. July 17-3 m.
If you want to get . the worth of your
CALL AT D. P. GWJN'S
I have opened the largest and prettiest assort
ment of SPRING and iVIMER GOODS ever
brought to this place, consisting of Cloths, Cas.
rimers, Vesting, K. Jeans, Cotton Stripes, Lin.
ens, Velvet Cords, Muslins, &c., &c.,
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
Plain and Fancy Silks, !Main and figured Chal.
li, Spring Delains, Berege Delains, Plain Ber
azeof all colors, Debaize, Dress and Domestic
Ginghams, a large lot of Lawns, and a great
variety of Prints, &c.,
HOSIERY.— Hosiery of all kinds. Gloves,
kid and silk finish; Lisle Thread, Mitts, long
and short Veils, Collars, Undersleeves, Chima.
zeta, Stamped Collars and .Undersleeves, Em.
broidered Handkerchiefs, Head Dresses, Ladies'
Caps, Ribbons, Colored Crapes„ Florrenee Silks,
Gents' Fancy Hekfs, plain black Dress Trim.
mings, French Working Cotton, Linen Floss,
and a variety of Goods too numerous to men.
Also a large assortment of Bonnets, Flats,
Flats, and Shoes, Oil Cloths, Cedar Ware, Tubs,
Buckets, Water Cane, &c., &c.,
HARDWARE AND SALT
The public are respectfully invited to call and
examine my Goods, as I can and will sell cheap
er than the cheapest.
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
change for Good at the highest market prices.
Hunting - don, Apl. 3, 1855
1 - 4114A_TI-.llla.
FRITZ, HEN DRY & CO.,
No. 29 North Third St., Philadelphia.
MOROCCO Manufiteturers, Courriers and
Importers of FRENCH CALF—SKINS,
and dealers in RED and OAK SOLE LEATHER
and KIPP. [Feb 20, 1855-1 y
STAUFFER and 111 AtaRIAEIV.
Cheap .Watches and Jewelry,
7' WLIOLESALE and RETAIL
at the "Philadelphia Watch
.*..: P-7 ..." - --(Jkt,-and Jewelry Store," No. 96
North SECOND STREET ,COrDer Of Quarry ,Phila
Gold Lever Watches, full jewell IS carat
cases, - _ _ - $2B 00
God Lepines, - 2.1 00
Silver Lever Watches,fulljewelled, 12 00
Silver Lepine, jewels, - . 9 00
Superior Quartiers, - . 700
Gold Spectacles, . . - 700
Fine Silver do. - - 1 50
Gold Bracelets, . 3 00
Ladies' Gold Pencils, ' - 1 00
Silver Tea Spoons, set, - . 500
Gold Pens,witliPenciland SilverHolder,l 00
Gold Finger Rings, 371 cents to $80; Watch
Glasses,plam,l2 cents; Patent,lBi;Lunet,2s,
otherartieles in proportion. Allgoods•warran.
ted to be what they are sold for.
STAUFFER & HARLEY,
On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers and
Lepines, still lower thanthe above prices.
Sept. 27, 1854-Iy.
Chopping Mill, awl Saw Mill,
T FIE undersigned will sell his property at pri
vate sale, consisting of a farm of
forty acres of which are cleared and in a good
state of cultivation, the balance in timber, and
capable of being cleared and cultivated; situa
ted four miles from Mill Creek in Kishacoquil.
las Valley, Huntingdon county, upon
which are erected one dwelling house, , :. , •Ri
one new frame bank barn, one saw mill,._ 111 _
one chopping mill, with a good water power to
drive the same. The chopping mill is geared
so that burs may be attached forgrinding wheat.
The property is in the midst of a good settle.
meet. There is also a good running distillery
connected with said chopping mill, which will
be sold along with said property, either with
or without the distillery machinery and vessels
as the purchaser may desire. The above prop
erty will be sold on terms to suit ..purchasers
and, possession given at any time.
- JAM ES McDONALD, Jr.
- Brady township„May 1, 1855. •
BLANKS ! BLANKS! ! BLANKS !!!
A full assortment for sale at the "Globe" Of
DEEDS, SOMMONS 7 ,
EX'S: AND TRUS. DEEDS, EXECUTIONS,
MORTGAGES, . SUDECENAS,
BONDS : with and without waiver,-
AGREEMENTS for the sale of Real Estate,
NOTES relinquishing all benefits of exemp
THE public generally, and the rascals who
sometiinesince entered my store and remo
ved valuables to the amount of about $l.lOO
without my permission,. are informed that I
have just opened a more general and better as
sortment of articles in my line of business than
was ever brought to Huntingdon, con.
sisting of. Watches, Jewelry„, -
Clocks, Fine Knives, Pistols, ;1:7 1 ,
%! t aj, Perfumery, Port Monnaies,Sil
ver Ware and Fancy Articles, &c., &c. My
old friends and customers, an the public in
general throufhout the county Tre requested to
calland examine my assortment.
FLOUR AND WHEAT.
pit FLOUR and WHEAT on hand and
DOI - or sale at the store of
- '7 [mh 6 D. P.. GWIN.
T7heat by the Bushel and, Flour by
the Barrel, for sale ft pt the cheap new
store of CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
Ham, Shoulders and Flitch, just re
ceived and for sale by
J. & W. SAXTON;
JAPAN CONQUERED ! !
PETER SWOOPE, hereby makes known to
the citizens of Huntingdon County, that be
has just returned from Philadelphia and has
opened in frame store room lately occupied by
Marx Israel, near the corner of Hill & Mont
gomery Streets, Huntingdon, Pa., a large, new,
2 and well assorted stock of BOOTS ANL
fi SHOES, HATS AND CAPS embra
-. cing fine and coarse Boots, Shoes, Gni
ters,-Monroes, 'Ties, &c., for, Gentlemen ; and
also Fun Gaiter Boots, Buskins, Jenny Link.:s.
and Ties for Ladies. Children's Boots ana
Shoes of every variety and fashion.
Gentlemen and Boys can be accomodati ,'.
with hats of the latest and most approved sty! -2
He has also a good stock of hosieiy, of ladies - .
gentlemen and children's wear.
He has a good assortment of Mahogan: ,
The" Nimble Sixpence is - better than the slox
Shilling." Call and be served. Don't forgcc
the place, near the Corner ofHilland 'Montgom
Huntingdon July 18th, 1854.—tf.
Come and Be Clothed,'
At ROMAN'S Store opposite Couts' Hotel.
Frock Coats, •
Pants and Vests,
Shirts and Drawers,
• Handkerchiefs and Cravats,
Hats and Caps, &c., &c.
All of the best materials and most fashiona
ble style and finish -CIIEAPER rHAN ELSEWHERE.
QT Call and examine for yourselves.
7" ILLIAM WILLIAMS, would respect
fully call the attention of the citizens of
Huntingdon and the adjoining counties to the
now on hand. He is prepared to furnish at the
shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Ta
bles and Stones, ofevery desired size and form
ITALIAN OR EASTERN MARBLE,
highly finished, and carved with appropriate
devices, or plain, as may suit..
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, &c.,
will be furnished to order.
NV. NV. pledges himself to furnish material
and workmanship equal to any in the country,
at a fair price. Call and see, before you pur.
chase elsewhere. Shop on Bill street, Hun.
Huntingdon, May 16, 1855.
R. C. McGILL returns his
thanks to his friends and the pub. fl .
lie for their very liberal patronage
and hopes by 'strict attention te ;SW
business to merit a continuance of the same, in
all kinds of Castings, Cooking Stoves, Air-
Tight Porlor, Ten Plate WTood and Coal Stove
of varions sizes ; and all kindsof Ploughs
Lancaster and the Plank Barshear patio rns, and
Keystone No. 4 Self.shurping and Hillside
Ploughs and Shears to suit all kind of Ploughs
in the country ; Rolling.mill and Forge Cas
ting, Grist and Saw-mill Castings, Lewir.
town Threshing Machine Patterns, and the
four horse and two horse power of Chambers.
burg patterns, and all other kinds of caEtings
too numerous to mention, all of which will be
sold cheaper than ever for cash and all kinds of
country produce. Alsc, old mettle taken in ex..
change for casiings.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON
(\WEN BOAT, thankful for past favors, ro
spectfully informs the public in genera I
that he has removed to his new shop on Wash
ington street, on the property lately and for
many years occupied by Alex. Carmon, where
he is prepared to manufacture all kinds of
Carriages, Buggies, Rockaways, Wagons
and in short every kind of vehicle desired.—
Rockaways and Buggies of a superior manufac
ture and finish always on hand and for sale at
Repairing of all kinds done at the shortest
notice and on the most reasonable terms.
Huntingdon, May 16, 1854.
ADAMS & CO.'S EXPRESS.
T. K. Simonton Ag't., Huntingdon,
TONEY, Packages, and Goods of all kin i 3,
Ai received and forwarded at the risk of tho
Company, to all the cities and principal towg.
in the United States.
R. A. MILLER, D. D. S.
A RTIFICI A L TEETH , from one
/1 to a full setonounted in the most -
improved modern style.
Filling, Filing and Cleaning done with ca
Teeth Extracted With all the .ease and .1, !-
patch that modern science can furnish.
Huntingdon, March 8, 1854.
SCOTT & BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
QFFICE same as that formerly occupic.l b
ZOEN N. PIaOWEAML
XITT ORN'E 1r AT I[l.ll.Vir,
I attend faithfully to all legal busineFsir
trusted to his care. [H untingdcri Jul 3
T. P CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
QFFICE the brick row nevi the
Queensware---a fine assortmentjust rect rd
at the store of
ARPET BAGS of every variety, just re.
ceived and for sale by
POD Fish, Macheral, Herring &c., just recei
ved and for sale by J. &W. SAXTON.
Horse Shoe and Nail rod Iron just re
ceived and for sale by
CU.NNINGLIAM & DUNN.
20 barrels No, 1 Herring, just re
ceived and for sale at the store of
R. C McGILL
SAMUEL T. nßim
LONG 4C, DECKER.
J. & At. SAXTON