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1 road Top Land
I.HE subscriber will 'sell. at private sale a
" tract of coal land on Broad Top, well tim.
bored . and plenty of-coal; adjoining the Hun.
tingdon and Broad Top Railroad and Coal Com
pany's land, and, within half a Mile"of
les' tract, where he has laid out a town at a
place known as the Watering Trough.
Also, a tract of -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,.alone, as there is water power to
the mill. Indisputable titles will be given.
IV DI. ROT HROCK.
May 8, 1855—tf.
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NOTICE TO PASSENGERS
For McConnellstown, Marklesburg, Sto
nerstown and Broad Top.
r i N and after Monday September 24, 3855,
ki the passenger train on the Huntingdon and
Broad Top Railroad will run as fellows until
MORNING TRAIN :
Leave Huntingdon at 8; MeConnelistown at
8 15; Marklesburg at 8 45; Coffee Run Bridge
at 8 50. RETURNING—Leave Coffee Run Bridge
at 10; Marklesburg at 10 15; McConnellstown
at 10 3.5.
Leave Huntingdon at 3 15 ; McConnellstown
at . 3 30 ; Marklesburg at `3 50 ; Coffee Run
Bridge at 4 05. RETURNING—Leave Coffee Run
Bridge at 5 20 ; Marklesburg at 5 35 ; MeCon
nellstown at 5 55.
- - FREIGHT and PACKAGES for the above
points will be attended to by giving notice to
the Conductor on the Train.
All Freight at the riSk of the owners.
H. S. WILSON, Eng'r
Sept. 22, 1855
lOTICE is hereby given, that letters of ad
ministration have been granted to the un
dersigned on the estate of Peter Peightal, dec'd.,
of Penn township, and all those, that know
themselves to be indebted will make immediate
payment, and those having claims will pre
sent them properly' authenticated for settlement.
DANIEL PEIGHTA.L, Adnl . rs,
Sept. 26, 1855.
New Styles of Boots and Shoes,
Just Received by L. Westbrook.
MY numerous customers and the public gen
erally, are informed that I have just open.
ed some new and the handsomest styles of
Boots and Shoes for ladies, gentlemen, misses
and children, ever manufactured. Also, all
kinds of fine and coarse work for all ages. Al.
so, Ladies' and Children's Belts.
C.S.Zas .A.Pirr - M=11.1411.N.13 M'Y STOCK.
If you want handsome, serviceable Boots and
Shoes, my store is the place to find them.
Also, Morocco Skiues and Lasts for sale.
L. WESTB - ROOK,
Huntingdon, Sept, 18, 1855.
"IMuutatiatag•cle=, - 22., 27 2 %5t.
OFFICE ON HILL STREET.
DR. D.HOUTZ and Dr. WilL GRAFIUS,
having formed a medical partnership un
der the title of Mot= & ^GRAFFUS, offer their
professional serviec§ to-the "citizens of Alexan
dria and The surrounding country.
Office,That heretofore occupied Dr.Houtz.
June 26,1855.-3 m.
• DR.' JOHN riffeCTELLOCEI,
OFFERS his.professional services to the citi.
zens of Huntingdon and vicinity. Office
Mr: Hildebrand's, between the Exchange and
Jackson's Hotel. ." ' [Aug. 23,'55.
A New and Complete One-horse Wagon,
WITI-rOil cloth Top, and • Tongue for fly°
horses. Enquire at the Post Office.
Huntingdon, Pa., May
Attorney at Law,
O FFICE on Hill street, formerly occupied by
J Thos. P. Campbell, Esq. [Aug,. 2'6'55.
WHATEVER partnership which existed
between the undersignect in the Survey
ing business, has been dissolved by mutual con
J. SIMPSON AFRICA,
J. F. RAMEY.
Huntingdon, Sept. 18, 1855.
CG — The business will be conducted as former.
1y by J. SIMPSON AFRICA.
. 1 6 1 Secon d handed one horse carriage. In.
quire of Win. H. King, Huntingdon, Pa.
Sept. 4, 1855.
4 ADIES' Collars, Under sleeves, Chimazetts,
I and Gloves, Trimmings, at
"dam, Shoulders and Flitch just reeciv
ed and for sale by
CUNNINGHAM & DUNN. •
170 - 0 Bushels Bituminous Coal,' just
• • received and for sale by
CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
A general assortment of Nails arad
.Spikes at CUNNINGHAM & DUNN'S
A BEAUTIFUL assortment of velvet, silk
and worsted vesting, by
J. & W. SAXTON.
20 BARRELS MACKEREL No. 2, 3 .5.
4, for sale at the Store of GEO. GWIN.
ASPLENDID assortment of Gum Belts just
received and for sale by
J. & W. SAXTON.
00SACKS SALT in Store and for sale
at the store. of GEO. GWIN.
SHER'S Ague powdeos, just received and
...U4 for oak by J, W. SAXTON
J. 4Cz. W. SAXTON'S.
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Now is the time to purchase
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
J. Sr. W. SAXTON?
AVE just received from Philadelphia, the
largest and finest assortment of Dry Goods
ever offered to the citizens of this place and sur
rounding country: such as Merinos, Alapacas,
Muslin de Lanes, Paramatta Cloth, Persian
Cloth. Black and Colored Silks and every vari
ety of Drass Goods and Trimmings. Also,
Cloths, Cassimers, Vestings, &c..; &c.
CALL AND SINE
one of the finest assortments of Trimming ever
brought to this place; also, Uo!lars, Undersleeves,
Chimazetts, Gloves of every variety, Ladies'
Scarfs, and the best assortment. of Shalls ever
CAtEt P ETS, au., wu.
A splendid lot of the finest Carpet and Oil
Cloth, &c., &c.
of every variety, the best assortment in town.
QUI!: ENSIVII lIVE !
of every description, and at lower prices than
can be got at any other house.
GROCER - CMS,
although they are a little up, we will try and sell
as low as the lowest.
Hats and Caps, Boots and !hoes,
the largeFt and best assortment ever offered, and
at, lower prices. .
Vir ZA...0 1 W -WARE,
and every variety of Coods, such as are usually
kept in a country &lore Call and see befor'
'purchasing any other place, and if we can't saris
fy you of the fact, we wlil - cave under.
Sept. 25, 1855.
Shirleysbura Female Seminar y ,
•-\\/commence its winter session, on Wed
!' nesday Nov. 7,10 continue 22 weeks:—
This institution is recommended by the retired
and delightful situation of the vliiige as well as
by the fidelity and experience of the . teachers.
tvho have introduced here the same practical
system of education which they found so success
ful in the city of New York. In, addition to in
struction in the usual branches of a liberal and
accomplished education. arrangements have been
made between the Principal of the. Juniata Acad
emy and the subscriber for the delivery of a
course of evening lectures on Chemistry and Ex
perimental Philosophy, illustrated by the excel
lent apparetus of that jristitution_. Young ladies
from a dictanee:are expected to board in the ein
TT:anis—For board and English tuition per
session $62 50. Moderate extra charges for
Modern and Ancient languages, Music and
For circulars with fall particiflars, addrtss
J. B. KlDDER,Principal
Sept. 25, 1855.
Huntingdon County, ss,
The Conzrnonwealth of Pennsylvania to AARON
STAINS, one of the Executors of JOHN
FLASHER, late of Cromwell township, Hun.
tingdon county, deed.,
Csa GEEETING :
i tt a . You are hereby cited and com
manded (as before you have been
cited and commanded,) to be and answer before
an Orphan's Court, to be held at Huntingdon,
in and for the county of Huntingdon, on the sec
ond Monday of November next, (12th day,) to
show cause if any you have, why you should
not be discharged from said trust; and why the
letters granted should not be vacated as to you,
the said Aaron Stains. Hereof fail not.
From the Record, certified under seal of said
court the 20th September, 1855.
HENRY GLAZIER, Clerk.
Sept. 25, 1855.
Chopping Mill; and. Saw Mill,
TTIHE 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; 6'M:
one new fraine bank barn, one saw-mill, VW
one chopping mill, with a good water power to
drive the same. The chopping mill is geared
so that burs may be attached for grinding wheat.
The property is in the midst of a good settle.
mut. 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.
JAMES McDONALD, Jr.
Brady township, May 1, 1855.
A BEAUTI,FUL lot of fiats and Caps, also,
Silk and Straw Bonnets, by
A. choice lot of dried Beef, just re.
eeired and for sale at the new store of
CUNNINGHAM & DUNN
J. & W. SAXTON.
THE present session of this 'lnstitution will
close Wednesday October 3d. The exhibi
tion will take place in the evening. - The ex
amination the week previous. These exercises
the public generally are invited to attend. The
next session will cemmence the last Wednesday
of October- The institution is lOcated at Shade
Gap; a quiet and retired place, free from all
temptation to-vice, idleness or dissipatiOn. : The
location is a healthy one, being situated among
the mountains. It is entirely free 'from the
nuisances so common along. our , rivers,. and so
destructive to health.
The course of instruction is such .as has
been found by experience most suitable for ex
panding and developing the powers of the
mind. The student is early taught to rely- up
on himself; to think, to reason, and to investi
gate the different subjects which are brought
him. 'lie governments strict but mild, only
requiring - what, is for the student's highest
good. Around im is thrown, as far as practi
cable, the restraints and comforts of a well reg
ulated Christian home.
.Shade Gap, is situated 17 miles from the
Mount Union station on the Pennsylvania Rail
Road, from which place there will be a daily
line of stages.
TERMS—SSO per session of five rnonths,this
includes tuition, room-rcnt and board. Wash
ing, light and fuel, extra. For further particu
W. H. WOODS, Principal.
Shade Gap, Sept. 26, 1855.
NEW GOODS AGAIN !
AT TRE CHEAP .CORNEIL
Dry-Goods, Clothing, Groceries, &c. &c
ESPECTFULLY informi his old customers.
Dernocrats, Whigs, Know Nothings, Sag
i\ichts and Republicans, and the public in gene
ral that he hasjust opened a large assortment of
New Goods for fall and winter, consisting in
part of every variety of LADIES DRBSB
GOODS of the late.t styles and best qualities ;
and : Dry Coods in general too numerous to men
READY•MADE CLOTHING—a large as
sortment for men and boys.
GROCERIES—fresh and of all kinds.
HATS and CAPS, and BOOTSand SHOES
of all kinds for men, women, misses and boys,
QUEENSWARE, and all other articles usu
ally kept in a country store.
Every body and the rest of man and woman
kind, are invited to Ball and examine for them
Hun tin odor) Sept. 25th, 1855.
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From Mount Union to Chambersburg.
1 HEundersigned still continues to run a tri.
weekly line of stages over the road between
Mount Union and Chambersburg. Good horses
and comfortable stages have been placed on the
route, and experienced and -trusty drivers will
superintend the running of the Coaches, The
proprietorolthe line is desirous that it be main
tained ,and he"therefore earnestly calls upon the
public generally to patronise it, confident that it
will be for their mutual advantage. Every at.
tentionnecessary will be given, and therunning
of the stages will be regular.
Stages leave -Mt. Union at 5 o'clock, P.
M., every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday—
! eturning on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days; arriving at Mount Union in time for the
cars. Stages stop at Shirleyshurg, Orbisonia,
Shade Gap, Burnt-Cabins, Fannetsburg, Horse
Valley, Strasburg, and Keefer's Store.
n' Fare through $8,00;to intermediate points
BLANKS ! BLANKS! ! BLANKS !! !
A full assortment for sale at thel'Globc" Of
DEEDS ; SUMMONS',
'Ex"S. AND Thus. DEEDS, EXECUTIONS, -
MORTGAGES, , SCI3PiEN'AS
, . ,
BONDS ; with and without waiver, .
AGREEMENTS for the sale of Real Estate,
NOTES relinquishing all benefits of exemp
WOE LIME! LHOEI!
IfiE subscriber informs the public generally
that he has now on hand and for sale, at
his kiln at Petersburg, superior burned Lime for
building, plastering,. &c., &c., 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
Petersburg, Aug 22, 1855,
CLOCKS AND JEWELRY.
The subscriber, thankful to
his friends and patrons,_and to
• -- the public generally, for their
patronage, still continues to carry on
at the same stand, one door east of Mr.
C. Cout's Hotel, Market street Hunting- L ;
don, where he will attend to all who
will faver him with their custom ; and also
keeps on hand a good assortment of Watches,
Clocks, Jewelry, &c., &c., all of which he is
determined to sell at low prices. Clocks,
Watches and Jewelry of all kinds, will be re
paired at short notice, and having made ar
rangements with a good Workman, all repairs
will be done in a neat and durable manner, and
any person having articles for repairing, shall
have them done at.the promised time. lity pay
ing strict attention to businees, and selling at
low prices, he hopes to receive a share of pub
J. W. THOMPSON ,
ATTOIZNEII AT LAW,
And Commissioner for Pennsylvania,
DA V.ENPORT, 10W..,
ATTENDS to buying, selling and locating
Land and Land Warrants, pays taxes.
loans money on real estate security on commis,
sion, examines and makes-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,.1.855. 6m.
OF all hinds for sale at the office of the Hun
k./ tingdon Globe,.
The cheapest and best tot of °bai
ley, Berage, and Berage de' Lains, also,
Lawns just reeeived and for sale by
J. & W. SAXTON,
Fruits anif Confectionery.
REMOVAL. —The subscriber has removed to
No. 26 MARKET STREET, above Front,
(Three doors above the old stand.)
Where he keeps constantly on hand, a general
stock of all articles in his line; consisting of
Oranges, Lemons, and all kinds of fruit in sea.
son; Almonds, Walnuts, Cream Nuts, Ground
Nuts, plain and roasted; Pickles and Preserves
of all kinds; to which lie invites the attention of
Dealers and others visiting the City. 'Goods
packed at this establishent warranted to carry
safe. S. L. HERRING,
- No. 26 Market Street,
scpt 18] Above Front, South side, Phila
WE respectfully solicit the attention of the
public to our arSortment of
MacGREGOR HEATING STOVES,
for Stores, Halls, Churches, Parlors &c.,--zoar
ranted,to give more heat with one third the fuel,
than any other Heating Stove in use. The large
number which have been sold in this and other
cities and the constant and increasing demand
-for them, is sufficient guarantee of their supe.
riority over all other Heating Stoves, and we
cheerfully invite the strictest investigation of
our claims to the most perfect article of the
kind in use. •
We also have a superior CAULDRON, for
farming and chemical purposes, made on the
same principle, for which we claim only a trial
to be appreciated. -
We keep constantly on hand - an: assortment
of the leading Cook and Parlor Stoves; and are
sole Agents in this State for Queen's Portable
Forges, Buck's Patent Cooking Stoves, and
Barstow's unrivalled Cook and Parlor Stoves.
Wholesale Dealers will be supplied at the low
est foundry prices.
Wholesale and Retail Stove Dealers,
N. E. Cor, of Second . and Race Sts., Philada.
ILT For sale by Gco. Gwitiof this place.
To Iron Masters and Dealers.
IDENNSYLVANIA WIRE WORKS, No, 21
Arch. Street, Above_ FrOnt, PHILADELPHIA
Sibves, Riddles, Screens, Woven Wire of all
meshes and widths, with all kinds of plain and
fancy wire work. Paper makers's wire, all
kinds, Cylinder and Dandy Rolls covered in
the best manner in or out of the city. A very
superior article of Heavy Founder's Sieves.—
All kinds of Iron Ore Wire, Wire and Sieves
for Seed, Grain, Sand, Starch, Snuff, Brickdust,
BAYLISS, DARBY & LYNN.
August 2,1855-4 m,
FRITZ, HENDRY & CO. ;
No. 29 North Third St., Philadelphia.
IfOROCCO Manufacturers, Courriers , and
Importers of FRENCH CALF—SKINS,
and dealers in-RED and Oar SOLE LEATHER
and KIPP. • [Feb 20,1855—1 y
EVANS & IVATSON,
r i ni i3Ot A No : 26 Souih . Fourth Street,
GRE NT FIRE. CHEST
Ife;; 1 14 4 `1? NUT & FIFTH Streets.
0;14 1 1
444 .Friday morning, December
tt1 , 45111, 1854. Evans & Wat
son's salamander SAFES triumphant, as they
always are when, put to the test.
PLIILAD ELPEIt A ' Dec. 15, 1854.
Messrs. EVAISS & WATSON, No. 29 South
FOLR.TIi St, Philadelphia.
GENTLEMEN :—We take "much pleasure in
recommending - your Salamander Safes to mer
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 preserved par hooks, papers and
cash in as good a condition as they were when
put into it, before the great - fire of this -nerning,
which destroyed the entire block of buildings cur.
ner of Chestnut and Fifth streets. The above
safe was in use in our office, on the second floor
of our building, from which place it fell into the
cellar, and remained there until the fire was put.
The safe was then, removed and opened in the
presence of at least one thousand persons, who
witnessed the gootl-condition of the contents.=
Will you please have the Jafe and Locks repair.
ed, as we intend to put it in use again, having
perfect confidence in its fire proof qualities.
-- _Yours, Respestfully,
LACY & PHILLIPS.
Evans & Watson take pleasure in referring to
the following among the many, hundreds who
have their Safes in use : U. S. Mint, Philada ;
Farmers and Mechanics' Bank, Philada; Samuel
Allen, Es:q., High. Sheriff, Philada ; John N g
Henderson, City Controller, Caleb Cope & Co.:
No. 183 Market St. ; Richard Norris & Son,
Locomotive builders,Philada r Bancroft &
lers, Machinigs, corner 16th and James Sts, ;
Franklin Fire Insurance Co., Phila. ; Pennsyl
vania Railroad Co., Philada.; Lacey & Phillips,
corner sth and Minor Sts.; Sharpless Bro No.
32 South Second St; James, Kent & Santee,
No. 147 North Third Street; W. H. Batsman
& Sons, No. 51 North Third. St.; Smith, Wil.
liams & 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•Herrin - Safe now in use.)
EVANS & WATSON, also manufacture and
keep for sale, Iron Shutters, Iron Doors and Tron
Sash, for making fire-proof Vaults- for Banks,
stores, public and private buildings. Seal and
Letter Copying Presses ; Patent Slate lined Re
frigerators. &c. Please give us a call,. at No 26
South FOURTH St., Philadelphia.
April 3, 1855.
"flare White Lead, just received and for
.sale by CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
The best assortment of Carpet ever
offered, and at lower prices than can" be got
at any other establishment, just received and
for sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
\VILL sell off his Summer stock 'of dress
goods at reduced prices.
August 14, 1855.
WATCH . MAKER, • V'•
Can be found at E. SNARE'S Jewelry Store.
All work warranted. mh 13, '55.
DR. 3. M. IRVIN, Office the same fcrmerly
occupied by Dr. M. Massey, MASSEYSaUAO,
Huntingdon county, Pa.
Aug. 22, 1855—tf.
Crocks ! Crocks I !---A well selected lot
of Earthen Ware just • received and for sale
CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
Toys ! Toys ! Toys
W. TILLER ; mirowriEn,
HAS received his fall assortment of Toys
. and Fancy Goods, forming a greater va
riety than ever before ofered and at lower rates
than even the low prices of last season.
Fancy Baskets ,200 Patterns plain and em
broidered Crying Dolls,China Dolls,Kid Dolls,
Wax Dolls, Accordeons, Violins, armonicas,
Trumpets &e.;, Toys of Wood, China, Glass,
Tin, &c. 'Over 1000 Patterns by the dozen or
gross in lots to suit.
Also, Cases of Toys, at $5, $lO and' $2O per
Case, with an endless variety of Newest Styles
of Fancy Goods" imported per latest Packets,
and for sale at the lowest 'rates in the city.
W. TILLER, Importer,
No. 1, Commerce St. Philada.
FANCY GOODS, NEWEST STYLES.
TN endless variety now opening and offered in
lots to suit and at lowest prmes. Work
Boxes and Baskets, China and Bisc Goods, Al
abaster articles, Bohemian Glass Toilet Bottles,
Mirrors, Inkstands, Tea Setts , Rich Paper Box
es, Mechanical-Toy Puppetts, &c., &c.
W. TILLER, Importer,
No. 1, Commerce St. Philada.
October 10, 1855.
NIEVir TiVISONIC EIALL,
A GENTS WANTED in every town and
county in the United States, to sell the
beautiful picture of the
Grand Lodge Room,
In the new Masonic Hall, Philadelphia. This
plate is selling very rapidly, and olicits•the ad
miration of all ,for the correctness and fidelity
with which the Statuary, Fresco Paintings and
Furniture are represented, and the artistic
beauty and harmony of the colors. Size of
plata., 22 X 28. Price, $3OO.
Booksellers and Picture dealers wishing to
take agencies for it, will please address for
• L. N. ROSENTHAL,
Oct. 16, 1855. Philadelphia.
Toys, Fancy Goods, &c.
TLTST•received, a splendid assortment of New
t ) Toys, Fancy Articles, Canes, Chinai Babes,
Dominoes Gaines, Musical Boxes, Birds, Organs,
Cigar Cases, Snuff and Tobacco Boxes, Pipes of
every description, Fancy Boxes, Porte Monies,
Puzzles and Tricks, Slates and Pencils, Toys of
all kinds with an endless variety of other goods.
Wholesale and Retail.
N. B. Canes mounted with gold salver, ivory,
and neatly repaired.
No. 103 North Sixth St. (above
_ _ _
October 10,1855.3 m
HENRY O. FE.ISSEML,
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS,
IN EVERY VBRIEY, AT THE OLD
" No. 2, North Fourth Street,
G:7' Constantly on hand a large assortment,
to which the attention of Dealers is ,requested.
—FALL STOCK of New Goods._
- 1.85 u , Seasonable Shawls.
Full Stock of Black Silks.
Dress Goods, all kinds.
Blankets and Flannels.
Linen and Cotton Shcetings.
Staple Housekeeping Goods.
Cloths, Cassirneres and Vestings.
EYRE & LAND - ELL,
FOURTH & ARCII Sts., Philadelphia.
P. S.—Storekeepers and other net cash buy
ers supidied with scarce and desirable Dry
Goods at low rates. Bargains from Philadel
phia and New York Auctions daily.
N., 8.-8 cases French l'ilerinoes, • all colors,
wholesals fronr6s cents to $1,9.5. • . ,
' Fancy Furs for Ladies and Children: •
JOHN FAREIRA, importer, Manufacturer
and Dealer in all kinds of fitncy furs, No.
264 Market St' cet (above Eight,) Philadelphia.
Having now completed my very large and
beautiful assortment of all the different kinds ,of
Fancy Furs, and fashioned into all the different
styles and fashions that ivill be worn during
the present season by Ladies and Children, and
being determined to sell my goods htsmallprcf.
its it will be to the advantage afLadies and oth.
erS to give me a call before purchasing.
N. B.—Storekeepers and the trade will do
well to call, as they will find one of the largest
and best variety of stock to select from in the
city. JOHN FAREIRA.
Sept. 25, 1855.
Grocery and Confectionary Store,
LONG & DECKER,
D ESPECTFULLY informs thcirfriendsand
lb the public in general, that they stilleontin.
uethe Grocery a,nd 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, 5r.c.,&c.,5e.,a1l of which they
will sell cheap. Country produce taken in ex
change for Goods—the cash paid when we have
no Goods to suit customers.
As we are determined to accommodate al
who may call at our store, we invite an exam i
nation and trial of ourstock.
LONG & DECKER.
Huntingdon, API. 19,1855. s•
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TIIE public generally, and the rascals who
some timesince entered my store and remo
ved valuables to the amount of about $llOO
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,
Perfumery, Port Monnaies, Si'.
ver' Ware and Fancy Articles, &c., &c. My
old friends and customers, and the public in
general throughout the county are requested to
calland examine my assortment.
Huntingdon, March 22,1854.
FLOUR. AND WHEAT.
m. FLOUR and WHEAT on hand and
xtfewie.? for sale at tho store of
[nth 6 D. P.-GWIN.
Wheat by the Bushel and Flour by
the Barrel, for sale at the cheap new
store of CUNNINGHAM & DUNN,.
Ham, Shoulders and Flitch; just re
ceived and for sale by
JAPAN CONQUERED 1 !
DETER. SWOOPE, hereby makes known to
the citizens of Huntingdon County, that he
has just returned from - Philadelphia sand has
opened in frame store room lately occupied by
Marx ' Israel, near the corner of Hill & Mont.
gomery Streets, Huntingdon, Pa., a large, new.
and well-assorted stock oBOOTS AND
SHOES, HATS AND CAPS' crnbra
\ cing fin e.and coarse Boots, Shoes, Gai
ters, Monroes, Ties,.&c.,for Gentlemen ; and
also fine ,Gaiter Boots, Buskins, Jenny Linda,
and Ties for Ladies. Children's ,Boots •and
Shoes of every variety and fashion.
Gentlemen and Boys can
with hats of the latest and most approved style..
He has also a good stock of hosiery, of ladies,
gentlemen and children's wear. „
- He has a good assortment offrcsli Mahogany
The "Nimble Sixpence is hater than the shivt.
Shilling." Call, and be - served. Don't foret,
the place, near the Corner of Lillian d Montgom,
cry Streets. •
Huntingdon July 18th, 1854.—M •
- Come and Be Clothed,
At ROMAN'S Store opposite Couts' Hotel.
Pants and Vests,
Sh irts and Drawers,
Handkerchiefs and Cravats,
. Hats and Caps,. &e., &e.
All of the best materials and most fashiona_
ble style and rnAN ELSEWHERE.
Call and examine for yourselves.
t N l V le lli a L tt l on A t A io l n S, of w t o l u ie ld eit r i e r s e p o e s c o - f
Huntingdon and the adjoining counties to the
now on hand. He is prepared to furnish nt the
shortest-notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Ta
bles and Stones, of every desired. size and form
ITALIAN OR EASTERN MARBLE,
highly finished, and guyed with appropriate
devices, or plain, as mW 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 11i11 street, Hun
Huntingdon, May 16, 1855. "
R. C. McGILL rcturns his ,
thanks to his friends and the pub— 1,1 ' ftisN
lie for their very liberal patronage---
hopes by strict attention tclil ° 11%,,;,!'L
business to merit a continuance of tile samc, in
all kinds of Castings, Cooking Stoves, Air-
Tight Pori° r, Ten Plate Wood and Coal Stoves
of visions sizes.; and all kinds of Ploughs : the
Laneaker and the Plank Barshcar patterns, and
Keystone No. 4 Self-sharping 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, Lewis
town Threshing Machine Pattern's, and the
four horse and two horse power of Chambers
burg patterns, and all other kinds of castings
too numerous to mention, all of which will be
sold cheaper than ever for ,cash and all kinds of
country produce. Also, old-mettle taken-in ex
change for castings
• • ETIDITINGIa ON
CARRIAGE AND WAGON
MA.NtTP C T 0 R. I%
WEN BO AT, thziriltful for past favors, ro.
speetfully informs the 'public in goner:A
that he has removed to his new sliop on Wash.
ington strect;• on , the property lately 'and for
many years occupied 'by Alcm„Carinon, where
he is preparcd:to manufacture;all kinds of
Carriages, 'piggies, Rookaways, Wagons
and in short every kind of vehicle desired.—
Rockaways and BuggicS of h. superior manufltc
ture and finish always on hand and for sale-at
fair prices. •
Repairing of all, lands done at the shortest
notice and on the most reasonable terms.
• Huntingdon, May 16, 1854.
ADAMS & CO.'S EXPRESS.
T. K. Shiloh - tow filintingdon.
.1 TONEY, Packages, and Goods of all kinds,
AL received and forwarded at the risk of the
Company, to all the cities and`principal towns
in the United States.
R. A. MILLER, D. D. S.
ARTIFICIAL TEETII,from one
to a full set, mounted in the most
improved modern style.
Filling, Filing and Cleaning done with ea re
Teetlz Extracted with all the 'ease and ales.
patch that modern science can furnish.
Huntingdo'n, March 8, 1854. • -
JOHN SCOTT. SAMUEL T.
SCOTT & BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
HIINTINGDON I PA
O FFICE same as that formerly occuiiie.f try
IJ Mr, Scott.
T©IIN. N. 220WM11T4 9
-.A.TTORITEY ILT LALIN.7,
Will attend faithfully to all legal business ir'
trusted to hispare. illuntingdon,July 2c, 24
T. P CAMPIVEIaf..;
ATTORNMY .A.T LAW,
rlFFlCE:removed to the, brick row near the
tl Court House. -
Queensware 7 --a. fine ussortmentjust rco vd
at the store of
CARPET BAGS of every variety, 'just . re
ceived and for sale by
. , .
OD Fish, Macberal, Herring &c..just recei-
Cved and for sale by J. &W. SAXTON.
Horse Shoe and Nail rod Iron just re
ceived and for sale by '
CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
20 barrels No. I. Herring,. just re,
ceived and for sale at tho store.of
LONG & DECKER.
J. & W. SAXTON.