Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, April 30, 1845, Image 4
DRIGJDE ORDERS. The„VOLIJNTEEns mid MILITIA, composing the 2nd Brigade, 10th Division, P. M. are hereby rt quired to train by . companies on Monday the sth day of May next, and by Battalion for inspection as tollows : The Ist Regiment,fmmerly 149th Regiment —lst Battalion on Monday the 12th day of May next. 2nd Battalion on Tuesday 13th '• day of May. 2nd Regiment, formerly 62nd.-Ist Battal i (Ilion Wednesday 14th day of May 2d Battalion on Thursday 15th day of May. 3rd Regiment, formerly 29th.-Ist Battal ion on Friday the 16th day of May. 2nd Battalion on Saturday 17tIt day of May. 4th Regiment, formerly 1515t.-2nd Battal ion on Monday the 19th day of May. Ist Battalion on Tuesday 20th of May. 4th Volunteer Battalion commanded by Maj Williams, on Wednesday 21st day °Nay. Ist Volunteer Battalion commanded by Maj. Bell, on Thursday 22nd of May. sth Regiment, formerly 32nd.-Ist Battal ion on Friday the 23rd day of May. 2nd Battalion on Saturday 24th of May. Union Grays will meet on Monday the 26th day of May. 7th Company of 6th Regiment, formerly 142nd, will meet on Tuesday 27th May. 6th Regiment, formerly 142d.-Ist Battalion on Wednesday 28th of May. 2nd Battal ion on Thursday S9th of May. 3rd Volunteer Battalion commanded by Col. Barrett, on Friday the 30th of May. 2nd Volunteer Battalion commanded by Col. Birchfield, on Tuesday 3rd of June. JOHN BURKET, Brigade Inallector, 2d B. 10th D., P. M. Brigade Inspectm•'s Office, Ironsville, March 25, 1835. N. B. All commissioned and staff offi cers within the bounds of said Brigade are requested to be properly equipped accord ing to law. Also. all Adjutants and Captains of Militia within the bounds of said Brigade, are re quired bylaw to make a proper return of their respective rolls to the proper Brigade Inspector, on oath, on the day of Battalion training, or within ten days thereafter, under the penalty of fifty dollars. Also, all officers required by law to make return of absentees on oath to B. Inspector, "•.-w days of Battalion Training, or within ten drys thereafter, are hereby notified, that the names of said absentees in the said return with the name of the County, Township, Borough or Ward, in which the said absen tees reside, must be written in a plain, legi- Weland writing, and'etrch of the names spel led correctly, otherwise said return will not be received and the penalty for not virkant such return is $5O. Also, all Militia men claiming to be ex empt from Militia duty by certificate or oth erwise, must produce the requisite evidence to the propel• commanding officers of their Reigiment, Battalion on Company as the case may be on or before the fifth of May next for exemption. J. B. April 2. 1845. • LOST. - -Was lost of Thursday last, the 27th ult., between Waterstreet and Holli daysburg, a letter from Raymond & Culin, Havre De Grace. Md.. to E. Henderson, Alexandria, Huntingdon county, Pa., con taining a statement of their account—also, their Note to the said E. Henderson, dated 21st inst., (Mai ch) for six hundred dollars, payable in four months,at the Western Bank, Philadelphia. Any person finding said let ter, and leaving it with, or enclosing to, the Post Master, at Alexandria, Huntingdon co., with the said Note, will oblige the subscri ber. Notice of the above loss has been given to the said Raymond & C min—also the Western Bank, Philadelphia. E. HENDERSON. April 2, 1845.0 Estate. of Sohn Dinsmore, (late of JACKSON tp., deceased. Notice is hereby given that letters of ad ministration upon the said estate have been granted to the undersigned. All persons having claims or demands against the same are requested to make them known without, delay, and all persons indebted to make im mediate payment to EVM. B. SMITH, 4dm'r. April 2,1845.-6 t. Ennisville. CAUTION. I hereby caution all persons from purchasing or meddling with the 'following described property, which 1 purchased from John Dougherty, at Con stables sale. on November 21st 1944. Namely 3 Horses, 1 Waggon and Harness. PATRICK LANG. April 2, 1845. Rags Rags! hags Country Merchants can sell their Rags for Cash, at the highest market prices, or in exchange for a large assortment of Writing, Printing & Wrap ping Papers of various pri ces. .4/so,—An exten sive assortment of figured Wall & Curtain papers, some of which can be sold nt halfilie usual price. Also, a general assortment of all the STANDARD SCHOOL BOOKS, BLANK Booxs and Stationary, which will be sold at low prices, by WILLIAM D. PARRISH, Wholesale Dealer, No. 4, North sth street, 2 doors above Market st. Phil'a. 3d month 26th day, 184.5.-2 mo. LIST OF LETTERS, remaining in the Post. Office, in the borough of Huntingdon. If not called for previous to the Ist day of July, they will he sent the l'ost Office llt partmeot at Washington, as dead letters. • Boileau George W. Hamilton William Black Susana Horrell James Beth Andrew W. Hicks Harriet Caldwell Samuel 2 Lvam John Calahan Charles B. Miller John Carnelinos Isaac M'Kislop Andrew Gouger Mary Ann M'Kelvey Nancy Crawford Samuel Miller James Crosby Mary Ann, or Orr Mr. Shutz Mary Price Diana •Drening William 2 Shutt:amp John Diosmort Samuel gipes Ger.rge Derr John Snider John * Edware Joseph Smith William Fleming Mary A. Taylor William Fisher Stellman Rev. Wl:ay Robert Gan:it Mary nn Wiley Th.. K. Esq. eriffeth John Yaw George Hight George • From France. DAVID SNARE, P. M. Huntingdon, April 9, 1845. ••• - - - ID LANK BONDS to Constables far Stay iillo of Execution, under the new law, just printed, and f or sale, at this office. Blanks of rll snots, 'us. .ie 4 0 0' &,t ihrs (Are% fI'OOLLEN 11.1AAUF.' utc!ful ACTORY. 4 Tux suhsciibcrs . afhlly inform their friends and the publiL general, that they are prepared to manufacture cloths, said netts, flannels, blankets, carpeting, &c., at the well known establishment, formerly oc cupied by Jeremiah Whitehead, situated in the town of Williamsburg, H untingdon co. Pa. Their machinery will be in good order, and having none but good wnekmen in their employ, they will assure all who may favor them with their custom that their orders will be executed in a satisfactory style on the shortest notice. 'l , eaukratalas § They will card wool into rolls at the low price of 61 cents per pound ; carol and spin 12 cuts per pound, 16 cents per pound ; manufacture White flannel from fleece,3l/ cents per yard ; manufacture brown tnat from 11 ece, 40 cents per yard ; they will find sattinett warp and manufacture satti netts of all dark colors at 45 cents per yard; cloths wide, 50 cents per yard ; common broad cloth, $1 25 per yard ; blankets, 83 per pair; plain girthing carpet, 50 cents per yard ; they will card, spin, double and twist stocking yarn at 20 cents per pound ; color ing carpet, coverlet and stocking yarn, from 15 to 31 cents per pound. Country Fulling. Cloths of all dark colors, 22 cents per yd; flannels, 84 cents per yard , blankets, 7 cents per yard ; home dye flannels 61 cents per yard ; home dye cloths, 16 cents per yard. Arrangements have been made at the fol lowing places, where cloths and wool will be taken and returned every two weeks. At the house of John Nail, Hartslng Val ley ; Jacob M'Gahan, M'Connellstown ; J. Entrekin's store, Coffee Run ; John Givin's store, Leonard Weaver, Jacob Cypress and Matthew Garner, Woodcock Valley ; Gem mel & Porter's store, Alexandria ; Walter Graham's store, Canoe Valley ; Dysart's Mill, Sinking Valley ; Davis Brook's Mill, Blair township ; James Candron's store, Frankstnwn ; Geo. Steiner's store, Water street ; James Saxton's store, Huntingdon. Persons wishing to exchange wool for man ufactured stuffs can be accommodated. lU All kinds of cou r produce taken in exchange for work. WILLI CH ANAN, COI'.ER 'KERD. Williamsburg, March 39, 1845.—1 y. VALITABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE. !11 , HE subscricer,desirous of removing west in the coming summer, offers a rare chalice to persons in want of a hand property, and a comfortable home. It consists of two adjoiningtracts of land, being in Shirley township, Huntingdon county, Pa., on the public road leading from Shir leysburg to Huntingdon, one half mile from fh e former place, and four and a-half miles trom the Penn'a Canal. Each tract contains a CD CE:011.C119 f;:3 more or less, ot good tillable ground in a high state of cultivation. 'l'he improve ments on the upper tract are, an excellent Mansion House, a good Double Barn, and all convenient out houses, such as spring house, wash-house, smoke-house, &c., with two convenient springs of water. It also contains an Apple and Peach Orchard, of young and thrifty trees. Of this tract, 140 acres are cleared, 25 of them of the best quality ot timothy ground. On the lower tract there are 100 acres cleared, with 25 acres good meadow ground similar to the above, and two excellent or chards, one planted within a few years.- Ihe improvements are, a good Double Frame House, Doable Barn, and the neces sary out-houses, with a well of good water. This portion of the property also con tains an excellent Grist and Saw-mill, both situated immediately on the public road. Both are in excellent repair and do inF a prosperous business. l'Eams OF SALE:—One half of the pur chase money to be paid in .hand, and the balance in two equal annual payments, with the usual securities. An undisputed title, and possesion of the property will be given on the first of April. Persons wishing to purchase, are requested to call and examine the property. JACOB SHARRER. February 19, 1845.-6 t. TO SENSIBLE CITIZENS-We know from what we see and feel, that the animal body is, in its organs and functions. subject to derangement, inducing pain, and tending to its destruction. In this disordered state, we observe nature providing for the re-es tablishment of order, by exciting some salu tary evacuation of the morbific matter, or by sonic other operation, which coupes our imperfect senses and researches. In some cases she brings on a ct isis by the bowels, in others by sweating, &c. &c. Now experience has taught us that there are certain substances, by which, applied to the living body, internally or externally, we can at will produce the same evacuations, and thus do in a short time. what nature could do hut slowly, and do effectually what she might not have strength to accomplish. %Viten then we have seen a disease cured by a certain natural evacuation, should that dis ease occur again, we may count upon curing it by the use of such substances, as we know bring about the same evacuation, which we had belore observed to cure a similar disease. It is in consequence of the power which the Brandreth Pills exert upon the wht.le system, that makes them so universally ben eficial. It is because they impart to the body, the power to expel disease Without leaving any evil efroct. As a general family medicine, lirandreth's Pills are, it is believed by the Proprietor, superior tosvery other offe, ,ed to thepublic. Dr. Brandreth's Pills are for sale by the following,Agents in this .county Wm. Stewart, Huntingdon. M'Farlane Garber, Nen., Hollidaysburg. & N. exesswell, Petersburg. Moore & Swoope, Alexandria. Hartman &Smith, Manor Hill. • Thomas M. 0 wens, Birmingham. A. Patterson, rp The shove are the only authorized agents in Huntingdon county. April-16, 1845. tI 11th Jy. 3. SEWZLL IMMINTART, 44.11°11)11arfreZ ..41T 11141 TA IIUN7 INGDON, Pll. Office in Main street, three d oors weal of Mr. Buoy's Jewelry establishment. February 14,1843.--tl. . GEORGE TATLOR, vittorney 4t Attend, to practice in tit, Orphans' Conti, Stating Adntinirtra tors ace() :its, &c.—ollice in aniatid, three doors East of the "Ex elan , e Hotel," feb7B, '44. DANZ NOTE LIST. Rates of Discount in Philadelphia. Banks in Philadelphia. Bank of. North America - - par Bank of the Northern Liberties - par Bank of Pen 'pwnship - - par CoMmertia • of Penn'a. - - par Fariners'. tanics' bank • - par Kensing - - - par Schuylk • ank - - - - par Mechanics' bank • - - - par Philadelphia bank - - - par Southwark bank - - - • par Western bank - - - par Moyamensing bank - - - par Manufacturers' and Mechanics' bank par Bank of Pennsylvania - - - par Girard bank . - Bank of the United States Country Banks, Bank of Chester co. Westchester par Bank of Delaware co. Chester par Bank of Germantown Germantown par Bank of Montg'ry co. Norristown par Doylestown bank Doylestown par Easton Bank • Easton par _ .. . Fanners' bk nt Bucks co. Bristol par Bank of Northumberl'd Northumberland par Honesdale bank Honesdale 11 Farmers' bk of Lanc. Lancaster par Lancaster bank Lancaster par Lancaster county bank Lancaster par Bank of Pittsburg Pittsburg 1 Merch'ts' & Manuf. bk. Pittsburg 2 Exchange bank Pittsburg 1 Do. do. branch of Hollidaysburg I Col'a bk & bridge co. Columbia par Franklin bank Washington 1} Monongahela bk of B. Brownsville Ili Farmers' bk of Reading Reading par Lebanon hank Lebanon Bank of Middletown Middletown 1 Carlisle bank Carlisle 1 Erie bank Erie 2 Bank of Chambersburg Chambersburg Bank of Gettysburg Gettysburg 1 York bank York 1 Harrisburg bank Harrisburg 1 Miners' bk of Pottsville Pottsville Bank of Susquehanna co. Montrose 35 i Farmers' & Drovers' bk NVaynesborough 2 Bank of Lewistown Lewistown Wyoming bank Wilkesbarre Northampton bank Allentown no sale Berks county bank Reading no sale West Branch bank Williamsport 14 Towanda bank Towanda no sale Rates of Relief Notes. Northern Liberties, Bank of Pa. Mechan ic's bank, Delaware County, Farmers' Bank of Bucks, Germantown, par Berks Co. Bank - - - - 10 All others 11 FRANKLIN HOUSE, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. cligisTi AN couTs, 'WOULD most respectfully inform the citizens of this county, the public generally, and his old friends and customers in particular, that he has leased for a term of years, thatlarge and commodious building on the West end of the Diamond, in the bo rough of Huntingdon, formerly kept by An drew H. Hirst, which he has opened and furnished as a Public House, where every attention that will minister to the comfort and convenience of guests will always be found. GEI ORVCD OD will at all times be abundantly supplied with the best to be had in the country. 7 .-Stlg3 Malay. will he furnished with the best of Liquors and . HIS STABLING is the very best m the borough, and will always be attended by the most trusty, at tentive and experienced ostlers. Mr. Cents pledges himself to make every efertion to render the Franklin House" a home to all who may favor him with a call. Thankful to his old customers for past favors, he respectfully solicits a continuance of their custom. Boarders, by the year, month, or week, will be taken on reasonable terms. Huntingdon, Nov. 8. 1843. LIST OF LETTERS, remaining in the Post Office, at Alexandria, Huntingdon co., on the lot day 01 Apri I,lB4s—which if not taken out within three months will be sent to the General Post Office as dead letters. Karts Josiah Anderson David iiilVii;llf.. 2 M'Abee Gazaway Baker Min Miller Christian G. Burket Frederick Maiseed John Comely Jnhn Neff Edwin W. Colwell Miss Novlin Thomas M, Conner Francis Oldham Thomas Cresswell N. Porter John 3 Dangerfield Mr. Gemmil & Porter Davis David Wes James Davis Barton Sumter John Dull Casper Shively Daniel Hutchinson Edward Swoope Marga't Mrs. Huyett Jacob G. Stevens & Patton Herrencame Jacob 2 Stewart Thomas Householder Mich'l. Snyder Jacob lchinger Adam Shoenberger John H. Isenberg Elizabeth Stewart M. A. Mrs. Lytle Robert Thompson Martha Kaufman Daniel Weight Henry Kline Enoch Walls James Kantz Michael Whitehill William Kinkead James Wallace Thomas JOHN GEMMILL, P. M. Mexandria. April 9, 1845. CAUTION. We the subscribers, hereby caution all persons against purchasing, or in any way taking a note given by us to George Smith, of Henderson township, Huntingdon county, dated on or about the 19th day of February last, for three hundred and fifty-five dollars, payable in blooms, in Huntingdnn, one hun dred days after date—the said Judgment note having been obtained from us by fraud and without consideration, and will there• fore not be paid, and the law will not com pel us to pay it, SAMUEL r•ICKES, JOHN FICKES. March 26, 1845.—5 t. AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—The undersign ed,: uditor appointed by the court, to distri bute the notneys in the hands of the Sheriff arising from the sale of a lot and brick house on Juniata street, in Hollidaysburg, sold as the property of Michael C. Garber, survi ving partner of Robert Lowry & Co., here. by gives notice that he will attend at the Pro:holotary's Office in limitingdoi, on Thursday the 24th day of April next, for the purpose of trolinksuch distributiol. WILLIAM J. JACOI3S. Audlttft. • A?ril 2, 1845 THE VAC) ° ReA r REmE°l Dfseascs of the Lungs and Breast. TESTIMONIALS. 'F 311160 MP, PUBLIC "4 . In 10- accordance with the prevailing custom, and in order to sho N the virtues of this medicine more fully, the fol lowing certificates have been selected ; and as it is not our wish to trifle with the lives or health of those afflicted, we sincerely pledge ourselves to make no assertions or " false statements" of its efficacy ; nor will we hold out any hope to suffering humanity which facts will not warrant. The proofs are here given—and we solicit an inquiry from the public into every case we publish, and feel assured they will find it a medicine well deserving their patronage and confi dence. REMARKABLE CURES Of all the cures that have yet been record ed, there are certainly none equa l to the below mentioned, and they plainly show the curability of Consumption, even in some of its worst forms : _ _ Let every man, woman and child read the following, and we are sure that it must satis fy all of the great virtues of the medicine. 07'' Read the following from Dr. Jacob Hoffman , a physician of extensive practice in Huntingdon county : Dear Sir:—.l procured one bottle of Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry, from Thomas Read, Esq. of this place, and tried it in a case of obstinate Asthma on a child of Paul Schweble, in which many other re me dies had been tried without any relief. Th Balsam gave sudden relief, and in my opin ion the child is effectuelly cured by its use. Yours, &c. JACOB HOFFMAN, M. D.. Dec. 23, 1841. The case of Thomas Cozens is related by himself as follows, and acknowledged by all who knew him to be one of the most astonishing and extraordinary cures ever performed : HADDONFIELD, N. J. / April 20, 1843. On or about the 13th of October, 1941, I was taken with a violent pain in the side near the Liver, which continued about five days, and was followed by the • breaking of an ulcer, or something inwardly, which re lieved the pain a little, but caused me to throw up a great quantity of offensive mat ter and also much blood. Being greatly alarmed at this 1 applied to a physician, who said he thought lie could do but little for me except give me some mercury pills which I refused to take feeling satisfied that they could do me no good ; many other re medies were then procured by my wife and friends but none did me any good and the discharge of blood end putrid corruption still continued every few days, and at the last it became so offensive that I could scarcely breathe. I was slso seized with a violent cough,which at ti mes caused nil to raise much more blood than 1 had formerly done, and my disease continued in this way until Feb ruary, when all hopes of my recovery were given up. and my friends all thought that 1 would die of a galloping consumption. At this moment when my life apparently was drawing near to its close,l heard of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry and got a bottle which relieved me immediately, and by the use of only three bottles of this medicine, all my . pains were removed, and my cough and spitting of blood removed, and in a few days my health was so far restored as to en able me to work at my trade (which is that of a carpenter) and up to this time 1 have enjoyed good health. THOMAS COZENS. am acquainted with 'Thos Cozens and having seen him during his ill ness, 1 think his statement is entitled to full credit. SAM. H. bURROUGHS. GLOUCESTER COUNTY, S 5. Appeared before me personally, and affirm ed according to law, on the 20th of April, 1843. J. CLEMEN V" It is unnecessary to remind all who would get the true article, to inquire partic •ilarly fur "Dr. IVistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry," and take nothing else. Unprincipled dealers will tell you that th Sylluo of Wild Cherry, or some other cough medicine is equally as good. Regard them not—they only want your MONEY ! Remem ber, it is " Wistar's 'Balsam of Wild Cher ry" that not only relieves but cures ! Price one dollar per bottle, or aiE for $5. Fur sale only in Cincinnati, by SAN FORD & P ARK, corner of Fourth and Hairnet. Alsn, for, sale by Thomas Read E 7 Son, (wholesale and retail,) Huntingdon, and Mrs. Mary Orr, Hollidaysburg. January 15, 1845.-6 m. EZlerullaUllcm 1--1• ••• A. IL EUVIDAUGH, wOULD !nest respectfully Mom the citizens 4 Huntingdon, and the public in general, that he has commenced the saddle and harness making business in all its various branches, in the shop former ly occupied by Alex. M'Allister, deed., one door east of the "Pioneer Stage Stable" and directly opposite Houck's blacksmith shop, where he is prepared to accommodate all who may favor him with their patronage. He will constantly keep on hand Harness, saddles. Bridles, Collars, &c. Repairing clone on the shortest notice and rnlst reasonable terms. . . . . — iii a strict attention to business he hopes to receive a liberal share ~ f work. Huntingdon, May 8, 1899 CAUTION.--The snbscriber hereby cautions and forer)arns all persons from pur chasing, levying on, or in any way disturb• log or meddling with the following proper ty, which I purchased at Constable's sale as the property of George Smith, of Hender son township, on the 2,1 day of April inst., I and left in the it possession of said George Smith till I find convenient to remove the same, to wit . 1 hoe,l dung honk,l double tree, 1 plough. 1 shove plough ' 1 cutting hex , 1 halt' bush el measure, 1 lot of barrels, 1 harrow, 1 saddle . 1 brindle bull, 2 black heifers, 1 mou ly hei fer, 1 brindle cow, fof 12 acres of wheat and rye in the ground, and 13 acres H of wheat in the ground. ANDREW SMITH. West tp, April 9, 1845, —pd. Jewelry! Jewelry F.! Jewelry!!! -Le... irtUST received, astock Ll► qd ) of the most magnifi ) C ~ ~." dent Jewelry t i f i ta7 . 4 , , , ,z (': t . 9 C trol m il u it l l 'i lg of GOLD PAT ' c i ., ;,,:l TENT LEVERS, Ladies F , 0 • !„ . . fi j ~ , v G ER H s l .. 13 full jwelleri, SILVER PATENT LEVERS, double and single cased,StLVER ANCHOR LEVER s,fulljeweled, double and single cased ENGLISH WATCHES, Imftation Levers, QUA RTIER and FRENCH WATCHES, &C. &C. Also Gold Fob Chains, and Seals, of the most fashionable patterns. Gold Pencils, Spectacles,Guard Chains, Key's, Breacelets sett wit topaz, Medalions, Fin ger Rings, Ear Rings, Breast Pins, sett with topaz, amethist, &c. &c. Mineature Cases, Silk Purees, Coral Beads, Pocket Books, Musical Boxes, Mathematical Instruments. Silver Spectacles, Table Spoons, Tea and Salt Spoons, Sugar Tongs, Lowends patient Silver Pencils, Razors of the finest quality, HENRY CLAY pen knives, a superior arts • de, Steel Pens, Spy ('lasses, Hair Brushes. 'r onth Brushes, Patina Points, Bcc.Btc. MI the above articles will be sold cheaper than ever heretofore. Clock and Watch repairing done as usual, very cheap for cash. _ A large assortment of eight day and thir ty hour Clocks will be sold very cheap. All watches sold will be warranted for one year, and a written guarrantee given. that it not found equal to warranty it will (during that period) he put in order without expense, or it injured, may he exchanged for any other watch of equal value. The warranty is considered void, should the watch, with which it is given, be put into the hands of another watch maker. Huntingdon, April 10, 1844. D. BUOY, COME THIS WAY! MZTMNSZVE Carriage Manufactory ZET/Lar SITES VirOST respectfully informs the citizens 4.14 A of the borough and county of Hunting don, the public generally, and his old friends and customers in particular, that he still continues the Coach Making Business in all its various branchts,at his old stand,in Main street in the borough of Huntingdon nearly opposite the 'Journal' printing office where he has constantly on hand every description of Coaches, Carriages, 48, omit Buogies, Sleighs et, . & ...balms4. Dearborns, which he will sell low fore ash or on rea en able terms. All kinds of work in his line made to or• der, on the shortest notice, in a WORKM AIN LIKE M itNNER And all kinds of repairing done with neat ness and despatch. Country produce will be taken in exchange for work. Anypersons wishing to purchase are re spectfully- invited to call pcid examine and udge fur themselves. liuntingdon Nuv.29, 1845, ocitVatt ffounTsrg. Tax subscriber would respectfully inform the citizens of Huntingdon and the adjoin ing counties, that he still continues to car ry on business at the Rockdale Foundry, on Clover Creek, two miles from Williams burg, where he is prepared to execute all orders in his line, of the best materials and workmanship, and with promptness and de spatch. He will keep constantly on hand stoves of every description, such as Cooking, Ten PARLOR, COAL, ROTARY, and WOOD STOVES LIVINGSTON PLOVGIIS, Hammers, Hollow Ware, and every kind of castings necessary for forges, mills or ma chinery of any description ; wagon boxes of ' all descriptions, !cc., which can be had on as good terms as they can be had at any whier foundry in the county nr state. Remember the Rockdale Foundry. (cr. Old metal taken in exchange for any castings. WILLIAM KENNEDY. fri" Mr.K. has recently purchased the pattent right of a cooking stove for Hunting don county—the stove will be set up by him and warranted to the purchaser to be as good as any in the State—orders furnished. July 17, 1844.—tf. Spauiph 'Hides ♦nn TANNER'S OILS. 2000 Dry Laplata Ilides—first quality. 5300 Dry La Gnira dn. do. 3000 Dry Salted La Galva ' dn. 1000 Dry Salted Brazil Hides, do. 40 Bales Creen Shlted Patna Kips 30 Bales dry Patna Kips. 120 Barrells Tanner's Oil. Tanner's and Currier's Tools. For salse to the country Tanners - at the lowest prices and upon the hest terms. N. B. All kinds or Leather wanted for which the highest prices will be paid in Cash or in exchange for Hides, Kips tc Oil. D. KIRKP ATRIC K & SUNS, No. 21 ,South 3d Slrret, Philaclelph ia. Oct. 9, 1844.-- ly. Iaa.Z3ZiLLD HOTEL. No. 200 MARKET STREET, (Above 6th Street) Philadelphia. IIOARDING SLOG PER DAY. frHEsubscriber,thankfulforthe liberal support of his friends and the public generally, respectfully informs them that he still continues at the old established house, where he will be pleased to accommodate allthose w ho favor him with theirpatronage. CHRISTIAN BROWER. Dec. 14,1842.—tf. FRENCH BURR MILL STONES, criihsubscriber continues notnufac- Ifsleture, in Harrisburg, French Burrs of all sizes,. and of the very best quality, much cheaper than ever, and on very favorable terms. Letters addressed tohim will receive the same prompt attention as if personal appli cation were made. W. H. KEPNER Feb. 5,1845.-9 To Purchasers—Guarantee. Too undersigned agent of the Pattentee, of the Stove, " The Queen of the 'West,' understanding that the owners, or those concerned for them, of other and different patent Cooking Stoves, have threatened to' bring suit against all who purchase and use any of "GUILDS PATENT COOKINC STOVE —The Queen of the West." Nov. his is to inform all and every person wh anal purchase and use said Stove that he rt.ll mid demnify them from all costsor damage rem any and all suits, brought by ether F . m en tees; or their agents, for aby infringint Et of their patents. He gives this notice so tel . ;at persons need not be under any fears because they have, while consulting their own inter ests and convenience, secured the superior advantages of this " Queen" not only of the Wed, but of the East. ISRAEL GRAPFIUS. July 24, 1844. "QUEEN 01' TEE WEST" Cl2¢D¢Dra.,amos EAS(kaDwas. s e For sale by I. Li RAFIUS & SON, Alex andriaMuntingdon county, Pa., cheap for cash or country produce at the market price. The "Queen of the Weal" is an itiiL• pruvement On Hathaway'S celebrated' (lot Air Stove. There has never yet ap peared any plan of a Cooking Stove that possesses the advantages that this one has. 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, 1844. 4.L ELIA BRIJ ZZa CD vv . zy T. - ::) UR 'Ur 8 I. GRAFIV & SON, , fl . ESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Huntingdon county, and the public generally, that they continue to carry on the Copper, Tin and Sheet iron Blaine as, in all its branches, in Alexandria, where they manufacture and constat.tly keep on hand every description of ware in their line ,1•, such as New and Splendid Wood Stoves 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30 inches long. R. 9 DIATOR STOVES, Neu) Cooking Stoves of all kinds, 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 like manner. Also, Copper, Dye, Wash, Fuller, Pre , serving, and Tea Kettles, for sale, wholesale 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 pewter ta ken in exchange. Also wheat, rye, corn and oats taken at market price. Alexandria, July 3. 1844. NOTICE.—The subscriber respectfully requests all persons indebted to him for work done at the old establishment, pre vious to.the Ist of November last, to call and settle Oeir accounts without delay. • ISRAEL GRAFIUS. July 3, 1844. C. 11110 1 4117 and CILIIR WARE ROOMS, Old stand, opposite Gee. ckson's Hotel, TEODIAS ADABIA Tilf•AS now on hand and still continues to manufacture the most splendid assort ment of elegant Furniture and Chairs, acc. ever offered for sale in the borough of Hun tingdon, embracing almost every article in the above line ; which in point of durability, workmanship, fashionable style of pattern. and fine finish, will compare with similar articles manufactured in any portion of the ' county ; All of which he is determined to at very reduced prices fur cash or ap proved country produce, or oNtime to punc tual dealers. Hotels, private dwellings, &c. furnished to order at the shortest possible notice. House, sign, and fancy painting done on the most reasonable terms. N. B.—Coffins made for the citizens of the borough, at the shortest notice. Huntingdon, Oct, 16, 1 844.—tf. nUNTINGDOIN CABINET &, CHAIR WARE ROOM. Cunningham do liurchinel ESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of the borough and county of Hunting don, the public generally, and their old friends and customers in particular, that they continue to carry on busines in their new establisment, one dont east of the north eastern corner of the Diamond in said borough, where they are prepeared In sell, wholesale and retail, all articles in their line of business; such as Sideboards, Seeretaies, Sof ties, Settees, Bureaus, teorkstands, card, pier, centre dining and breakfast tables; High, Field, French, and Low Pon BE DsTRA DS. ALSO—Every variety of CMliacnda.as such as Roth fleas, Cane•aeat, BOG, Bent, Baltimore, Straight back, Boston pattern 4. Common Rocking Chairs, together with wiswatta &SI 011131W3r, of all colors, qualities and sizes; and Paper Hanging of various patterns and qualities N. B. Coffins made and funerals attend ed either in town or country, at the shortest notice. They keep a splendid HEARSE ' fir the accommodation of t heir customers. Nov. 29, 1843. ev.ua w33atemEalll'3llllo attorney at Law, HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA Will practice in the several courts of Hun tingdon, Bedford, and Cambria corm. ties. AU business entrusted to his care, will be faitlyully attended to. Orrice.—Diamottil.