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Ilunitiragdon, Jan. 8, I 845.
The Huntingdon Journal has a
la7Tor circulation than any other
Vro:ssilisp . .. in lintingdon county.
! - Ji;ata 'Chia fact for the benefit of
CCrlXTheat and Oats will ho taken, at tho
market prico, in payment of accounts due at this
office. July 31, 1844.--tf.
WOOD ! WOOD ! ! WOOD !! !
As it is now decidedly corn WEATHER, and we
an in want of heat in our office, we would like to
know which of our near country subscribers will
bring us a load—don't all come at onco! Come
aeon though, or perhaps we may .Re-treat.
The Pliquemines Election Fraud in
Some of the more hardened of the Le
cotoco organ♦ deny Ile charge of fraud
deliberately planned and executed by the
friends of Polk at,the Parish of Plaque
mines, where 1200 illegal votes were
given for the Locoloco Polk and Dallas
Electoral ticket. This charge however
is too well established by a Committee of
Legal gentlemen in New Orleans, to whom
the labor of the investigation was assign
ed. They have completed the investiga
tion and the whole o f the testimony col
lected on the subject is to be laid belin•e
the Governor of that State, accompanied
with a protest against hi receiving the
vote of said parish, and is, besides, to be
adduced by the Committee in an applica
tion to the State Legislature for the pon
ishment of the parties who are implica
ted in these fool transactions.
The New Orients the of the 2.2 , 1 ult.,
contains a portion of the testimony above
referred to. The following are some of
STATEMENT OF JOHN GIBNEY.
John Gibney, being sworn, says that he
and his been, Steward of the steam
boat Agnes t went on the trip to the 8.11-
ize the Sd instant ; started from New Or
leans on Sunday morning; JudgF. Leonard
went the entire trip on said steamboat,
and when said boat arrived at his house,
she stopped and took on board his ser•
wants, and said boat stopped at several
places on the river, and took passengers.
Fhe liquor and provisions were furnished
gratuitously in said steamboat, by and
through Judge Leonard ; the most and
best of the liquor temaining in said boat
after the trip to all the precincts teas left
at Judge Leonard's house on returning;
said steamboat stopped at the first pre
cinct below Judge Leonard's house, at
which place Capt. Oondrich(e ho cnmman•
tied said boat came to witness and told
hint he must vote, and took witness by
the arm, and told him to go to the polls
and vote, and this witness did, as many
o th ers were voting that had been taken on
board along the river, and as most all
tho,e.employed on said steambo a t. ff
seas is not twenty years of age pit. Wit
ness h e ard no questions asked about tax
receipts, or soy qualifications to tote;
was told by Captain Goodrich that there
would be NO QUESTIONS ASKED,
and witness foetid this to be true; said
Steamboat then started for the Bailie,
where she arrived before (talk, found the
polls open, and witness ve'ted with many
o thers, WHO HAD VOTED IN THE
MORNING, ut the same place and time
witnesv had ruled. %Vita' ss gave in his
own name both times, and was requested
to vote by Captain Goodrich, who again
gave witness a ticket, anti requested him
to vote again which be did; witness
thought it was right, because Captain
Goodrich had told him to do it, and he
looked upon him as an old man, and one
that would not want to do him wrong;
and witness saw Judge Leonard at the
polls both times and witness has been in
thrilled by the cork that HE had voted
once ; alter this the steamboat came to
Poitite a la Hache; Captain Goodrich
came again to witness and gave him an
other ticket. and told him to go and vote
again for the last tin , -, and not give in
the same name WITNESS AGAIN
VOTED AT THIS PLACE FOR THE
THIRD TIME on Wednesday the 6th
instant, and EACH TIME HE VOTED
A POLK AND DALLAS TICKET al
three ditrert times; Judge Leonard was
about the polls at this place. Witqess
saw• a few oa said steamboat intoxicated.
Sworn to and subscribed the 15111 of
Nov., 1844. 0. P. JACKSON, Judge.
STATEMENT OP 1. /3. WILRINSON. M. D
Parish of Ploquerines, Nov. 12. 1894.
On the morning of the Oth of November,
I repaired to the place of election, as no
tified by the advertisement of the Sheriff.
The hour specified fur opening the polls
was ten o'clock. Upon my arrival,
(twenty minutes of ten by my - watch,
which agreed nearly with the city time,)
I found the ballot box (pen and the wing
going forward in an animated manner--
Upon demanding of Mr. Delmuchel, (Mt.
Debouchel, the individual referred to, was
one of the Judges of the election, oral
senior justice of the peace,) oily the pulls
were opened so much earlier than the
time advertised, he stated that it was in
accordance with the lime indicated by
their watches. I subsequently asked the
same question of the Sheriff, who rep lied
that the citizens or people were so clam o• runs to commence voting, that they had
dune so to gratify them. I compared my
watch with those of four or five gentlemen
alter the election was over, and found that
it varied in a trifling degree with theirs.
Seeing that most of the individuals pres
ent were to me at I'd oget s, and principally
Irishmen, I demanded that one of the lat
ter mho eva s ahout to vo:e should be
sworn, as to his gratifications as a voter.
vi as about to be dime, and as the
cleik of the election, (Mr. Oscar Anoyd,)
was in the act of presenting the
the Sheriff, (Mr. Ch,rles reach
en at, lIIS/ the !able. loreilla wrenched the
Look /rum his hni.dy , AN %I Ult E i E
WOULD NO I . P. lttll 1 , HIE OA HI
TO BE ADVI I I'ISTER ED, AND
ritAT NONE OF SHOULD BE
WiniN. I then asked Inc the evidence
these men ris,qtssed of their right to vote,
and was answered by Constable Morris
that they all had them in their pockets.—
the judges of the election did not, how.
ever, sustain me in the demand to have
them exhibited. The above statement'.
can sustain by my oath, and 1 believe by
the evidence of several individuals pres
ent, of the Democratic party.
J. B. 'WILKINSON, M. D.
STATEMENT OF ALFRED VAIL,
Alfred Vail, being sman, says he is a
minor, and was 20 years old the 20th of
September, 1844, and he went on the
steamboat Agnes. on the third instant, to
the lialize and the different election pre
cincts, and he went as carpenter of said
Steamboat ; Judge Leonard went said
trip on said steami.mat ; liquor was fur
nished through him and under his control
on said steam'mat, and she stopped at his
house and took on board his servants, who
took charge of the liquor. Capt. Good.
rich came to witness at the first place of
voting below Judge Leonard's house, and
asked him fur whom lie would vote if al
lowed to vote. Witness stated for Polk
and Dallas. The Captain told ait 11PSS to
go and vote, and gave him a Polk and
Dallas ticket. Witness informed him
that he was a minor ; to which Capt.
Goodrich said, never mind, YOU CAN
VOTE HERE. Witness then went and
VOTED THE SAID TICKET. Judge.
Leonard opened the ticket and passed it
to the ballot-box. At two other precincts
witness wins requested to vote, by Capt.
Goodrich, and made an excuse, and
avoided going to the polls at Point a la
Ilache. Copt. Goodrich persuaded wit
ness to VOTE AGAIN 'TIE POI.K
AND DALLAS TICKET; witness gate
in the same name. Witness heard Judge
Leonard say in surprise that two of his
men had voted a Whig ticket ; Capt.
Goodrich seemed equally surprised ; and
in all, as far as witness saw, Judge
Leonard, was well pleased with the ex
ertions of Captain Goodrich. Witness
Iluither states that said steamboat did not
stop at any sugar plantation:._
Sworn to and subscribed before me,
this 15th day of November, 1844.
0. P. JACKSON, Judge.
Counties, Clip. Polk,
Adams, 755 452
Amite, 429 351
At tali', 276 305
Bolivar, 55 6I
Carroll, 678 742
Chickasaw, 336 632
Choctaw, 426 644
Claiborne, 434 429
Clarke, 115 853
Couhotna, 143 162
Copiah, 447 649
Covington, 98 508
De Soto, maj. 37
Franklin, 172 22d
greyly!, 62 175
Hancock, 57 127
Harrison, 103 169
Hinds, 1199 915
Holmes. 578 499
Itawamba„ 568 825
Jackson, 17 216
Jasper, 210 403
JeWerson, 364 333
Jones, 72 117
Kemper, 291 515
Lafayette, 542 632
Lauderdale, 256 631
Lawrence, 94 545
Leake, 190 235
Lo Tv tides, 644 850
Madison, 612 486
Marion, 68 254
Marshall, 1635 1184
Monroe, 649 911
Neshohe, 156 236
Newton, 143 270
Noxubee, 519 577
Oktibbeia, 241 336
Perry, 19.5 71
Pike, 252 444
Patiola, 439 408
Pontotoc, 384 709
Rankin, Sll 406
Scott, 112 259
Simpson, 178 300
Smith, 94 249
Sunflower, 7 14
Tallahatchie, 179 218
Tippah, 693 1170
I:istientin&o, 460 1004
Tunica, 56 24
Warren, 922 507
Washington, 209 108
Wayne, 102 95
Wilkinson, 441 555
‘Viitslin, 201 475
Yellowbusha, 719 895
Yazoo, 578 530
Pulk's majority, 5,920
Two thousand persons attende I the
neral of Johnson, who was killed during
the election riots at Montreal,
INDZIIN II- --Official.
Cot/niter, (Aug. Polk
Adams, 198 296
Allen, 861 849
Bartholomew; 1035 1068
Benton, 90 80
Blackford, 81 205
Boone, 816 871
Brown, 59 432
Carroll, 712 965
Cass, 768 671
Clarke, 1132 1417
Clay, 429 662
Clinton, 645 944
Crawford, 462 397
Daviess, 807 764
Dearborn, 1616 197 e
Decati,r, 1275 11)91
De Kalb, 259 527
Delaware, 940 732
Dubois, 229 501
El kheart, 758 964
Fayette, 1051 908
Floyd, 956 981
Fountain, 1J47 1387
Franklin, 1325 1383
Fulton, :344 308
Gibson, 796 810
Grant, 353 423
Greene, 762 909
Hancock, ?19 736
11 amilton, 850 766
Harrison, 1232 1144
Hendricks, 1262 844
Henry. 1458 1005
Huntingdon, 277 310
Jackson, 662 1048
Jasper, 128 175
Jay, 531 352
Jetrersorr, 1835 1427
Jennings, 872 669
Johnston', 659 1150
Knox, 1079 821
Kosciusko, €23 553
Lagrange, 590 - 467
Lake, 114 206
Laporte, 1009 831
Lawrence, 1019 1085
Madison, 813 854
Marion, 1715 1634
Martin, 270 516
Marshall & Stark, 199 256
Miami, 569 517
Monroe, 721 1118
Montgomery, 1450 1521
Morgan, 1023 1078
Noble, 300 438
Ohio, 193 168
Orange, 707 1036
Owen, 754 888
Park, 1377 1329
Perry, 564 334
Pike, • 459 401
Posey, 673 11E4
Porter, 511 505
Pulaski, 123 124
Putnam, 1540 1367
Randolph, 819 609
Richardville, 129 133
Ripley, 1069 908
Ru.h, 1580 1362
Scott, 481 440
Shelby, 1107 1342
Spencer, 586 496
Steuben, . 528 303
St. Joseph, 863 683
Sullivan, 464 1221
Switzerland, 961 1006
Tippecanoe, 1550 1 5 51
Tipton, 100 119
Union, 682 672
Vandenburgh, 675 556
Vermillion, 787 672
witbaA , 601 575
Warren, 779 470
VVarrick, G 94 850
Washington; 1149 1660
Wayne, 232 i 1410
Wells, 185 506
Whhei 259 218
Whitley, 222 237
Misj. for Polk, 2,314
Clay. Polk. Birney,
3216 5117 454
Cumberland. 4483 6367 694
Lincoln, 4546 5334 460
Hancock, 1849 2608 105
Washington, 2328 2605 74
Kennebec, 5393 9533 561
Oxford, 1887 4395 897
Somerset, 2848 2530 435
Penobscot, 3346 . 4895 701
1826 4661 518
Piscataquisi 1074 11:30 228
Franklin, 1132 1699 362
Artioatdok, 398 907 21
34,346 45,719 4.837
Polk's majority over Clay, 11,573
over all, 6,536:
Thomas Fisher, In the tommon
Pleas of Hunting-
Henry Haines, Benja- don county. Writ
min b.ilintt, John Elili- de partitione Fa
ott, Calvin Bythe, Jun. .eiemla, Defendants
Blythe, and Calvin will take notice
Blythe, Jr., William I that in pursuance
. Patienceof said writ, inquest
Yeager. will be he'd on Sat-
urday, the 11th day
of January, 1845, at 10 o'clock, A. M., on
a L• ,t of ground situate in the borough of
Huntingdon, adjoining a Lot of the heirs of
DAvid McMurtrie, deed., on the east, and
a Lot of H. P. Dorsey's heir's on the west,
numbered 7 in the plan of said town, to
part and divide the same.
JOHN ARMITAGE, Sh'ff.
Dec. 1, 1844.
a. inivirELL mamma*,
AT1V0111112,7 AT ILATro
RUN 7 INGDON, PS.
Office in Main street, three doors west
of Mr. Buoy's Jewelry establishment.
February 14, 1843.--tl.
NOTIC E is het uhy given to all per , ins
concerned, that the following mimed per
sons have settled their accounts in the Re
gister's Office et Huntingdon, and that the
said accounts will be presented for confirma
tion and allowance at an Orphans' Com t to
be held at Huntingdon, in :it'd fur the coun
ty of Huntinpliin, on %Vednesday the 15th
day of January next, viz
1. Jereioiall Cunningham, Guardian of
George Mattern, a minor son of David Mat
tern, late of township, dec'd.
2. James Entrekin, Esq., administratorof
the estate of Thomas Wilson, late of Hope
well townsh deceased.
3. John Withcrow, administratorde bonis
non, with the will annexed, of the estate of
John Ramsey ,late of Dublin township,dec'd.
4, Julio Barr, acting executor of the last
will and testament of Thomas Holmes, late
o f th e borough. of Gaysport, deceased.
5. John M. Dibbonev and Daniel C. Gib
honey, administrators of the estate of Willis
Gibboney, late of Allegheny tp. deceased.
6. Michael Bassler, Guardian of David,
Elizabeth, Susan, and Sarah Sassier, minor
children of Jacob Bassler, late of Woolber•
ry t iwnship, deceased.
7. Thompson Metlin, administrator of the
estate of Thomas Meth in, late of the boro'
of Birmingham, deceased.
8. John Etnire, surviving executor of the
last will and testament of Martin Etnire,
late of Shirley township, deceased.
9. Hugh Allen; executor of the last will
and testament of John Nichol, late of Frank
lin township. deceased.
10. Jacob Miller, administrator of the es
tate of Margaret Mehaffey, late of the bor.
()ugh of Huntingdon, deceased.
11. Peter C. Swoope and John S. Patton,
administrators of the estate of John Swoope,
late of Walker township, deceased.
12. Joshua Roll er, surviving execUtor of
the last will and testament of Philip Roller,
late of Morris township, deceased.
JOHN REED, Reeder.
don, Dec. 14, A, D. 1844. 5
i3 , z)aacriact).
In the Court of Common Pleas of Hunting ,
don County :
Maria M. Kaucher,. _
by her next friend, Plories Subrcenl fot
S. F. Henry, Divorce.
No. 155, Janua-
Martin Kaucher. ry Term,lB44.
On the Petition or
Libel of tbe . above named plaintiff, presen
ted to the said court, the defendant. Martin
Kaucher, is commanded, that, for the causes
therein set forth, he lie and appear in his
proper person before ourbdges at Hunting
don at a court of common pleas there to be
held in and for slid county, on the 2d Mon
day of January next, to answer the said
petition or libel, and to show cause, if any
he has, why the said Maria M. Kaucher,
his wife, shoul•I not be divorced from the
bonds of matrimony, according to the laws
of this Commonwealth in such case made
Dec. 18, 1844. Sheriff.
Notice to Creditors.
The account of Henry Reigart and Jere
miah C . Betts Trustees under a voluntary
assignment of the property and effects of
John B. Belga! t late of Gaysport in the
courty of Huntingdon has been filed in the
office of tne Prothonotary of said county.
and will be presented to the Judges of said
court on the 2d Monday of January next,
for confirmation and allowance, of which all
persons interested will take notice.
Dec. 18, 1844. Pro'ty,
AU iiITOR'S NOTICE.--The under•
signed appointed auditor by the mutt of
common pleas of Huntingdon county, to ap
propriate and make distribution of the pro
ceeds of the Sheriff's Sale of the real estate
of John Burket, to wit of a Tan York and
about three acres of land situate in War
riorsmark township, sold to John Spanogle,
Jr., in the hands of Joseph Shannon, late
Sheriff of said county, hereby gives notice
.that he will attend for that purpose at the
Prothonotary's Office, in Huntingdon, on
Thursday the 9th of January next, at two
o'clock, P. M., when and where all persons
interested may attend if they think proper.
Dec. 18, 1344. Auditor.
Estate of Isaac Vandevander, Esq.,
(Labe of lb &her Ip. dee'd.)
jorICE is hereby given that letters of
administration upon the said estate
have been granted to the undersigned. AU
pet sons having claims or demands against
the same are requested to make them known
without delay, and all persons indebted to
make, immediate payment to
WM. VANDF.VANDER, ,
JOHN HOUSHOLDER, Jr. Adm'rs .
Walker tp., Nov; 6, 1894.
Estate of Esther Eonslough, late o. f'
Allegheny township, deceased.
vp,EVIERS of administration on the said
41destate haire been granted to the under•
signed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment,
and anise having claims against it will pre
sent them properly authenticated forsettle
ment without delay, to
WILLIAM DORRIS, Jr: Adm'r.
}lnv. 20, 1844. Huntingdon
NOTICE.—AII persons i ndebted tuth
estate of Christian Garber, Etq., late of th
Borough of Hollidaysburg, Cecensed, svil
please make immediate payment, and those
having claims against said estate will present
the same properly athenticated for settle
ment. Persons desiring to make payments
:it Hollidaysburg on any debts due by thetn
to the estate, may deposit the money in the
Exchange Bank, which shall be credited
from the date of the deposit.
Claims against the estate if not given to
me, mny he left with John Walker, Esq.,
Executor of the Will, of
C. Garber, Eel., dec'd
Huntingdon, Oct 30, 1844.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MIAS removed to Huntingdon, with the
intention of making it the place of his future
residence, and will attend to such legal busi
ness as may be entrusted to him.
Dec. 20, 1843.
gm LANK BONDS to Constables for Stay
of Execution, under the new law, jest
printed, and for sale, at this office.
Tux subscriber would respectfully inform
the citiz.ois of linutingdon and the adjoin
lug counties, that lie still conti nut s to ear
ly on business at the Rockdale Foundry, on
Clover Creek, two miles &oft Willotms
burg, whole he Is prepared to execute all
orders in hls line, o f the best materials and
workmanship, slid With promptness and de
Ile will keep constantly on Wind stoeesof
every description, such at
Cooking, Pen Plate,
PARLOR, COA L , ROTARY, and WOOD
hammers, hollow Ware, and every kind df
castings necessary for forges, mills or ma
chinery of any description ; wagon boxes of
all descriptions, &e., which can be had on
as good terms as they can be had at any
other foundry in the county or state.
Remember the Rockdale Foundry.
July 17, IR44.—tf.
Tne undersigned agent of the Pattentee,
of the Stove, " The Queen of the West,"
unierstanding that the owners, or those
concerned fur them, of other and different
patent Cooking Stoves, have threatened to
bring suit against all who purchase and use
any of " GUILDS PATENT COONINC STOVE
—The Queen of the West," Now his is
to inform all and evrry person wh silo]
purchase and use said Stove that he v,. U inl
demnify them from all costsor damage. rom
any and all suits, brought by other I• x en
tees, or their agents, fur any infrmgmt - it of
their patents. lie gives this notice so o:at
persons need not be under any fea'•s because
they have, while consulting their own inter
ests and convenience, secured the superior
advantages of this Queen" not only of the
West, but of the East.
"QUEEN OF TIES WEST"
CD3 co aDUmdlzaz. ti -clea
Fur sale by I. GRAFI US & SON, Alex
andria, Huntingdon county, Pa.,
cheap for cash or country
produce at the
The "Queen of the West" is an im
provement on Hathaway's celebrated
Hot Air Stove. There has never yet ap
rpeaed any plan of a Cooking Stove that
possesses the advantages that this one
Iris. A much less quantity of fuel is re
quired for any amount of cooking or ba
king by this stove than by any other.
Persons are requested to call and see
before they purchase elsewhere.
July 3, 1894.
.1E7314A DR LI
L2a CD Ur Ls.l "U' 2
I. GUAFIIJ & SON,
im ESP EC TFULLY inform the citizens
of Huntingdon county, and the public
generally, that they continue to carry on
Copper, Tin and Skeet•tron Busint'es
in all its branches, in Alexandria, where
they manufacture and constahtly keep on
hand every desct iption of ware in their line;
New and Splendid Wood Stoves
22, 24, 26, 28 and 30 inches long
New Cooking Stoves of all kinde, and
Also four sizes of Coal Stoves,
ALSO STOVE-PIPE, AND STOVES FINISHED
All kinds of castings done, for Forges, Saw
mills and Threshing-machines. Also WAG
ON BOXES, MILL GUDGEONS, AND HOLLOW
WARE all of which is done in a workman
Also, Copper, Dye, Wash, Fuller, Pie-
serving, and !'ea Kettles, tar sale,
tbholesale and retail.
PerSonS favoring this establishment with
their custcm may depend on having their
orders executed with fidelity and despatch.
Old metal, copper, brass and riewter ta
ken in exchange. Also wheat, rye, corn
and oats taken at market price.
Alexandria, July 3. 1844.
NOTICE.—The subscriber respectfully
requests aif persons indebted to him for
work done at the old establishment, pre
vious to the Ist of NoveMber last, to call and
settle their accounts without delay.
July 3, 1844.
lli i undersigned would re
/'+spectlully inform the public
1 that he has commenced tha
Making business in all its various branches,
in Market street, Huntingdon, 3 doors west
of Buoy's Jewelry Establishment, where he
is 11'TR:wed to accommodate all who may
favor him with their custom. He will keep
coneiantiv on hand SADDLES. BRIDLES,
HARNE'SS, TRUNKS, V ALI CES, &c.
By . strict attention to business, he hopes to
receive a liberal share of public patronage.
V° All kinds of grain, pork, and hides
taken in exchange for work.
N. B. An apprentice wanted --application
should be made soon.
JOHN BUMBAUGH, Jr.
iluntingdon, uly 24, 1844.
William P. ErhardVs
FANCY CLOTH AND FUR TRIMMED CAP
No. 4:. North Second street, Philadelphia
The subsctiber respectfully informs his
patrons and dealertt genei•ally; that he has
removed his Cap Manufactory, to the upper
part of the building, No. 42 N. Second
street, below Arch, (entrance through the
store,) where he manufactures Cops of
every description and pattern, of the best
materials and woi kmanship. Having a
large assortment of Caps always cu hand,
orders can be supplied at short' notice.
WILLIAM P. ERHARDT.
August 21,1844.-2 mo.
S. Hearsley Henderson,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Mice on Main street, ono door West of William
Huntingdon, June P 2, 184 t,
PICTURI; OF IiFiILTH.-11entili is
charact, rised in an individual by tile ab•
settee of all pain, suffering or afftetion;iu
any part of has body ; by the free and legit;
bar exercise of all hij functions without any,
exception, . They consist its having a gord
appetite at meal times, an easy digestion,
free evacuations, without looseness or cos:
tiveness at least once in t very twenty four
limns, and withoutteat, dryness, or burning
at the passage ; the free tssue of Water with
out acrimony or burning, and without n red ,
dish sediment which is alWays a sign cf
present or an approaching pain ; tplict sleep
without agitation or troublesnele dreanis ;
no taste of bile or other bad taste in rho
mouth upon rising in the morning ; nn star,
ness 0f disagreeable rising of the stomach ;
a clean tongue ; a sweet breath ; nn itching;
pimples or spots on the skin ; no piles; nti
burning heat upon any part of the body ; tirt
excessive thirst when unexposed ti later of
other known cause ; no interruption to atit
natural evacuation, nor pain at their period
Where the state of the system does not
harMonite with the abot'e picture of health,
it is of the greatest importarte that no time
be lest in sending for a draw., or in the use
of foolish remedies too often the result of
speculation I inswarl of this course let a dose
of Brandreth's Pills be taken, which
not deceive, but will at once restore health
to the organ or part that requires it.
All who wish to preserve their heath, all
who are determined to defend their life
against the encroachments of disease which
might send them prematurely to' the grate;
will, without hesitation, hzve recehtst to the
Brandreth Pills, when the state of the 'Sys ,
tern does not harmonize with the above
tore of health.
Those who live in a country where
or other diseases prevail, should often
think of this true picture of health, and ob •
serve himself with particular attention, in
ordei• to ar.t actordingly: The .wise and
rightly detected will follow this advice—thy
unwis? are left to their• own destruction.
Dr. Brandreth's Pills arc for sale by the
following Agents in this county.
Wm. Stewart, Huntingdon.
M'Farlane, Garber, & co., Ho llidaysburg:
& N. Cresswell, Petersburg.
Moore & Swoope, Alexandria.
Hartman & Smith, Manor Hill.
Thomas M. Owens, Birmingham.
A. Patterson, Williamsburg.
rp The above are the only aUthorired
agents in Huntingdon county.
Sept. 11, 1844.-61 u.
rrANNEI '8 OILS.
2000 Dry L•iplata Hides—first quality,
5500 Dry La Galva dn. du.
3000 Dry S ilted La Guira,
1000 Dry Salted Brazil Hides,
40 Bales Creen Salted Pati;aKips
30 Bales dry Patna Kips.
120 Barrens Tanner's Oil.
Tanner's and Currier's Tools.
For salse to the country Tanners - at the
lowest prices and upon the best terms.
N. B. All kinds of Leather wanted for
Which the highest prices will be paid in
Cash or in exchange for Hides,
Kips & Oil.
D. KIRKPARIC K & SUNS,
No. 21 Soteh Sal Stmt,
Oct. 9, 1844.-- ly.
Muffin Edon, Pennsylvania:
wouLD most respectfully inform the
citizens of this county, the public
generally, and his old friends and customers
in partictflar, that he has leased for a term
of years, that large and commodious building
on the West end of the Diamond, in the bo
rough of Huntingdon, formerly kept by An
drew H. Hirst, which be has opened and
Furnished as a public House, where every
attention that will minister to the comfort
and convenience of guests will always be
will at all times be abundantly supplied with
the best to be had in the country.
Will be furnished with the best of Liquor
is the very best in the borough, and will
always be attended by the Most trusty, at
en tive and experienced ostlers.
Mr. Couts pledges himself to make every
exertion to render the "Franklin House" a
home to all who May favor In in With a call.
l'hankftil to his old customers for past favors,
he respectfully Solicits a Continuance of their
Boarders, by the year, month, or week,
will be taken on reasonable terms.
Huntingdon, Nov. 8. 1843,
COME Tun WAY!
OST respectfully informsjthe cititen*
ta of the borough and county of Hunting
don, the public generally, and his old friends
and customers ui particular. that lie stilt
in all its various branches,at his old standiin
Main street in the borough of litintiogclon.
nearly opposite the 'Journal' printing office.
where . he has constantly on hand every
which he will sell low for cash or on reason
able terms. _ _
All kinds of work in his line made tti
Jer, on the shortest . notice, in a
And all kinds of repairing done a ith neat
less and despatch.
Country produce will betaken in exchange
Any persons wishing to purchase are re=
spectfully invited to call end examine mid
udge f o r themselves.
Huntingdon N0v.29, 1843.
A. K. COINNYN,
UNTINU DON, PA.
o.fficc in 3ldin Street, tuo donna Eat of
is. McConnell's Temprrance Yaws.