Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, September 30, 1846, Image 4
PR)CLAIATION - : 'sit z te t tb L twrhipofWriorsmark, at „ ,übsciiLi:soidboroz ,. 20th district, composed of the township of Cass, 0 ""--- . at the public echool house in Custiville, in said town :S,'s..; 441) ship. 21st district, composed of the toOrnshiP Of Jack ,',,r7.-N-..` ken, at the public school house in Enhisvilte, in said S) .ivvsnrvv,--""Il township.' fkm; ; ;,4l •• !, 22d district , composed of the toWnship Of Clay, (\.., - ki - at the house of Joshua Shore, at the Three Springs, . - 'lan, --. ' --,• ' ' • e - - .! ; ' ' ..t, ,e,.. Q4 1 41 , in said township. ,- oV.il --3- . -j .' l 'r"f4 — ; - 1..1.1;3:' 3- • ' I also make known and give oritice, as in and by Notice of Genbral Election. the 13th section of the aforesaid act lam &Meted, DURSUANT to an act of the General Assam- "that every person, excepting justices of the peace, 1 bly of the Comnienwealth of Pennsylvania, who shall hold any office or appointment of profit entitled "An act relating to the elections of this or trust under the oven nmcnt of the United States, or of this State, or of any city or incorporated le Commonwealth," approved the second day of Jul Y' di trict, whether a commissioned officer or othervvisei Et A. D., 1839, 1, JOHN ARMITAGE, High Sheriff subordinate officer or agent, who s or shall be em of the County of Httitingdon, in State of Penn - subordinate under the legislativ e ,' is or judiciary sylvania, de hereby 'Make known and give notice to the electors of the county aforesaid, that a department of this State, or of the United States, or of any city or incorporated district, and also, that GENER4L ELECTION every member of Congress, and of the State Legis. will be held in the said county of Huntingdon, on latiire, and of the select or common council of any the SECOND TUESDAY (and 13th day) of Oc- city, commissioners of any incorporated district, is tuber, 1846, at which time State and County offi• by law incapable of holding or exercising at the cers, as follows, are to he elected, to wit : same time, the 'Mice or appointment of judge, in- One person for Canal Commissioner spector or clerk of nay election of this Common wealth, and that no inspector, judge, or other (dil a the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, ccr at• any such election, shall be eligible to any of- One person to fill the office of mein , flee to he then voted for." her of the House of Representatives In Also, that in the 4th section of the act of Assem the Congress of the United States, to bly, entitled OAn act relating to executions and for represent the 17th Congressional dis- I oilier purposes," approved April 16th, 1840, it is the afore id 13th section " shall not triot, in connection with the counties of enacted that so construed as to prevent any militia officer or Blair, Centre, Mifflin and Juniata. borough officer from serving as judge, inspector or One person to fill the office of member I clerk, of any general or special election in this Com et' the House of Representatives, to re- inonweelth." present the county of Huntingdon, in I Pursuant to the provisions contained in the 07th the House of Representatives of Penn- I section of the act aforesaid, the judges of the afore said districts shall respectively take charge of the ' Sylvania. I certificate or return of the election of their respect- Tveo persons to fill the office of Conn- live districts, and produce them at a meeting of one ty Commissioners for Huntingdon coun- 1 judge from each district, at the Court House in the ty, one for the term of 3 years, and the , borough of Huntingdon, on the third day after the other for 2 years. Iday of election, being for the present year oh FRI- Three persons to fill the office of Coun-DAY, the Ifith of October next, then and there to ! do and pmforin the duties required by law of said ty Auditors for said county; one for the , j udges. Also, that where a judge by sickness or term of 3 years, one for the term of ‘..1 unavoMahle accident, is unable to attend said meet years, and the other for one year. i 102 of judges, then the certificate of return afore % mesonsse of said act, I also hereby make i said shall be taken charge of by one of the inspect known sad give notice, that the places of holding on or clerks of the election of said district, and the 'foresail general election in the several election i shall do and perform the duties required of said .aistnets within the said county of Huntingdon, are Judge Unable to attend. as Mimeo, 4o wit: I Also, this is the 61st section of said act it is en tot district, composed of part of Henderson I acted that " &Very general and special election shall t u ersiskiii, welt elf sh e li ne b eg i nn in g at lb ° Main , he opened betVvben the hours of eight and tea in the county line •on the summit of Jack's mountain, , forenoon, and Vaall continue without interruption or thence west as fat,* to include the farms owned by 1 adjournment IMtil seven o'clock in the evening, 'Michael Speak atria. the heirs of James Kelly, to 1 when the polls shall be closed.' Mill Creek, therieb op the said creek to the West 1 Given under my hand at Huntingdon, the 10th day township line, thence along said line to the line of of September, 1840, and of the Independence of Mifflin county, end aiso a part of Porter township, the United Stetea the seventieth. and all that parent' Walker township not in the ..IOHN ARMITAGE, Sher/(t: lush district, at the'Court Ilouse in the borough of r - e 1 GOD SAVr: Tilt COMMONWEA[.TH.] Huntingdon. - 2nd district, coital:wed of Dublin township, at the house of Mattketv Taylor. jr., in said township. 3d thatcict, compiked of so much of Warriors. mark township, as is•not included in the 28th dis trict, atohe school luitse adjoining the town of War norms& 4thillietrict, competed of the township of Hope well, at the house of bavid Simonton, in said town ship. sth district, competed of the township of Barree, at the house of Jansen Livingston, (formerly John Harper,) in the towu'of Salisbury, in said town ship. 6th district, campoich of the township of Shit ' ley, at the house of David Frailer, in Shirleysburg. 7th district, composed of Porter and part of Walker townships, and so mach of West town ship as in included in the folldWing boundaries, to wit: Beginning at 15k south-west corner of To ' bias Caufman'e farm on the bank of Little Juniata . river, at the lower end df Jackton's narrows, thence lin a northeasterly diredtibn tb the most southerly I van of the farm owned ty Michael Maguire, thence worth 40 degrees west ebithe top of 'russey's moon. .lain to intersect the fine et' Franklin township, I thence along said line to little Juniata river, thence down the Immo to the pltkoe of beginning, at the public school borne, opposite the German Reformed Cburch, in the borough of 'Alexandria. Bth district, composed df tha township of Frank lin, at the house of Jacob Mattern, now occupied by George W. Matters, ih said township. 9th district., compost:a of 'Fell township. at the house now occupied by the heirs of James McNeal, in said township. 10th district, compact] of Springfield township, at the school house nesir Hugh Madden's, in said -township. 11th district, comlibsed of Union township, at the school house neer William Smith's, in said rtownship. 12th district, composed of that part of Henderson 'township not included in the first district, at the public school house in the village of Roxherry. 19th district, composed of Morris township, et 'the house stow occupied by - Moyer, (inn. peeper.) late Alex. Lowry, jr., in the village of We nerstreet, in said township. 14th district, composed of that part of West ttownslnp trot included in the 11th district, at the public school house On the farm formerly owned by James Ennis, is said township. 15th eistrict, composed of those parts of the town- Alps of Hopewell 04 Walker, within the follow bermilaries, to Wit: Beginning at Hartneek's Gap, in Tussey's mountain, thence down Gardher's von, se as to include the house of Matthew Garner, Isaac Bowers and George Brumbaugh; thence in a straight line through Forshey's Gap to the Union township line, thence down the same to a point op posite David Cu, bites, thence (limn on a straight line, including the house of David Corbin, to the corner of Porter township, on the 'lumina. and Woodcock Valley road, thence along the sold sum- mit to the place of beginning, at the house occu pied by Jacob Magahy, in the village of McColl nelstown. 16th district, composed of that part of the town ship of Union, now composing the tint/n.14 of Tod, beginning on the line of Bedford county where the line of Springfield and Union townships meet, thence by the line between the tovrhships to a point on said line, nearly opposite John Goof man's, so as to include his farm; thenco by a straight line to Hopewell township line at Forshey's Gap, on Terrace mouclain, thence by the line of Hope *ell and Union townships to Bedford cdenty line, thence to said place of beginning, at the House now occupied by J. Henderson, in said district. 17th district, composed of that pad of West township on the eolith-east side of Warflor ridge, beginning at the line of West and Henderson town ships, at foot of said ridge, to the line of Barree township, thence by the division line of Ferree and West townships to the summit of Stone mountain, to intersect the line of Henderson and West town ship., thence by said line to the place of beginning, at the house now occupied by Benjamin eYrbin, on Murray's run. 18th &strict, composed of Cromwell toWnship, at the house now occupied by David Etniro, in Or. bisonta. 19th district, composed of the borough of Bir mingham, with, the *reversl tract, of land near to end attached to the same, now owned or occupied by Thomas M. Owen«, An dreas Robeson, him Guisemer aCtl William CHEAPEST IN THE WORLD, Steanittefined Sugar Candies, T I V, Cents per pound, Wholcaule. J. RICHARDSUN, No 42 Market street, . . PIII 14.0'3.0,11A, takes pleasure in informing the public, iiiht he still continues to sell his very Superior Stetith Refined Candy at the low price of $12.60 per itro pounds, and the quality is equal to any manufatihred in the United States. Ile also offers all kinds of goods is the Colic& tionary and Fruit line at corresponding low prices, as quick salts and shall profits are the order of the day. Call or send your lirders, and you cannot fail to he satisfied.,Don't forget the number, 42 MAR , KET STREET, PHILADELPHIA. J. J. RICHARDSON. September 2p 184 t. Notice to Creditors. A LL persons interested, will take notice, that the _aundereigned Auditor, appointed by the Orphan's Court of H untingdliti County, to make distribution among the creditors of Timothy Hill, dec'd. of the assets in the hand. 0f Thomas M. Owens, his Ad ministrator, will Wad to the duties of his appoint ment, on Saturday the 26th of September instant, at the office of Wm. P. Orbison. Esq., in the Bor ough of Huntingdon t when and where all persons interested are required to present their claims, or bo debarred from coming in for a share of such assets. A. W. BENEDICT. Sept. 2, 1816. Notice to Creditors. ALLpe;;;rTsTaterestedinTcriet;io of David I Johns, late of Shirley township, Huntingdon county, (lea will takb notice that the undersigned having been appointbil nn Auditor to ascertain the liens against tile Real Estate of the said deceased, together with the liens against the interests of his heirs therein, will attend for that purpose, at his Office in the Borough of Huntingdon, in said coun ty. on Monday the dtth (ley of weptember instant, when and where all Verso. interested are required to present their chats. GEORGE TAYLOR, a September 2, 1840, Auditor. Lewistown Money taken at Par! MHE subscriber hoe on hand Thrashing Ma chines, which lie warrants to be good, and idlers thew for sale tiny cheap. He will also re pair Thrashing Machines, and furnish castings at his shop in Allegheny street, opposite the stable of the Pioneer Line of Boats, Huntingdon, oh the shortest notice, and most reasonable terms. He would also remind hit friends zuid the public gene rally, that he still carries on the coach and wagon malting business ill till its branches. EDMUND HAWKINS. August 26,18,0,--tf T. W, BUFFINGTON'S cheap Grocery and Queens. ware Store, No. 20 North Second st., Ilai•risburg, Pu. THE subscriber offers for sale, at the low rot cash prices, a well *elected stuck of GROCERIES, Among which are the following: Green and Black 'Peas; Rio, Li , a, and St. Domingo Cof • fee; Loaf, Lump, Crushed, Pulverized, and Brown Sugars; Syrup, Sugar House and N. Orleans Molasses, Sperm, Whale and Fish Oil; Prunes in Jam, Chocolate, Cocoa, Hams, Dried Beef, Mackerel and Shad, Herring, &c. ALSO, for dale; a general assortment of CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, hgether with a great variety of articles in his line of Iniziness, all of which he is deter mined to sell at the lowest prices. lIIITRATO. 1A ME to the residence of the subscriber, in Wor k jriorsmark twp.on the 28th day of August lest, three strays; two steers and one heifer: one steer is a pale red, the other is a deep.red, with some white between the eyes and on the end of the tail. The heiffer is also red; with the exception of a white back and belly; the heiffer and one steer supposed to be three years old last Spring--the other steer four years past. 'rile owner is requested to come and prove property, pay charges and take them away, or they will he &posed of according to law. mi.ic (MX. 1846. Orphans' Court Sale. IN pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, there will be exposed to public sale as the property of Jacob Baker, dec'd, on the premises of said deceased, in Springfield tp. Huntingdon county, On Friday the 2d day of Oc tober next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, the following described real estate, viz: A certain messuage, plantation and tract of land, situate in said township of Springfield and county of Huntingdon, bounded by hinds of George Tay lor on the east, Mr. Cremer on the north, Elisha S. Green on the west, and William Taylor on the south, containing 136 germ, more or less, with the appurtenance &c. Terms of Sale: One third of the purchase mo ney to be paid on , confirmation of the Salo, one third thereof within one year, with interest, and the residue at and immediately alter the death of Margaret Baker, widow of the red intestate, the interest of the one third of the purchase money to be annually and regularly paid to the said widow during her natural life, the whole to be secured by the bonds and mortgage of the purchaser. This property Notion the waters of the big Augh , wick creek, near the Furnace and Forge of Blair & Madden, the land is easily cultivated and very productive, and though now somewhat out of order is susceptible of a high state of improvement.— The necessary buildings on the farm are convenient and substantial, but now in need of some repair.— it is situated in a good and thriving neighborhood, in a township •which is improv . ig more than any other in the county at this time, and In Which the taxes arc comparatively light. The Administra tors are obliged to sell at the time appointed—from all these considerations purchasers may look out for a bargain. Attendance will he given on thd day of sale, and the property shown in the mean time, by JACOB BAKER, acting Adm'r. Sept. 2, 1846. Great Bargains, in Hats and Caps, At the old established CHEAP HAT and CAP STORE, No. 196 Market street, 2d door below sixth, PHILADELPHIA, ATE extend a general invitation to the citizens I' V of Huntingdon and its vicinity, as well as to all others, to our store. We have on hand a large and complete assortment of Hats and Caps of every style and variety, which we are selling full one fourth lower than the usual prices, namely f Extra Superior Beaver Hats, from •$2.50 to $350 Brush " 4 4 2.00 to 3.00 44 44 Silk " 44 1.25 to 2.00 Moleskin" 44 2.50 only. Good Hats as low as $1.25 and upwards. Also, a complete stock of Caps, cloth, fur trimmed, glazed, silk oil cloth, velvet and fancy Caps; fine Otter, Shetland Fur Seal, Musk Rat, Hair Seal Caps, &c. &c., at lower prices than they can possibly be had elsewhere, From our extensive sales, we can sell, for a smaller profit than others can. Call and be satisfied, it is to your interest. Merchants, Storekeepers, Hatters and others, who buy to sell again, supplied on reasonable terms.— Be sure and call at No. 106 Market Street, second door below sixth Street. GARDEN & BROWN. September 2, 1846. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. fiIIIE undersigned, appointed an auditor, by the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county, to make distribution of the proceeds of the Sale of certain Real Estate of Jacob ht. Cover, to and among the lien Creditors entitled to the same, will attend for that purpose, at his office ih the Borough of Huntingdon, on Friday 25th September, 1816, of which all concerned will please take notice. A. W. BENEDICT, Sep. 2,1846-4 t. Auditor. LAST NOTICE TH r undersigned, having finally determined to leave this town, would by this last notice respect fully inform thereof all persons who are indebted to him for medicine and medical attendance, and request them to call without delay and settle their 1 accounts, J. D. LIIDEPI Huntingdon, Sept. 2, 1846, _ . P. S. All accounts which remain unsettled at the end of next November Court, will be left in the hands of a Justice of the Peace, for collection. J. B. L. NOTICE. - HUNTINGDON COUNTY, SS. THE CommonwealtA of Penn . ) -r ..„, y Sylvania, to ANN YARNS 1: ,i, ' ) GREE HAW • • WonaEris Abra ham Veins, did on the 211 day of February 1846, prefer his petition to the lion. James Gwin, one of the Associate Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, in and for said county of Huntingdon, pray ing for the causes therein set forth, that he might be divorced from the Bonds of Matrimony, entered into with you the said Ann Yarns: We do there. fore command you the said Ann Varna, as often before commanded, that setting aside all other busi ness and excuses whatsoever, you be and appear in your proper person before our judges at Hunting don' at our Court of Common Pleas, there to be held in and for said county on the the second Mon day of November next, to answer the petition and libel of the said Atrrahani Varna, and to show causo if any you hare, why the said Abraham Yarns your husband, should not ba divorced from the Bonds of Matrimony, agreeably to the acts of tho General Assembly in such ease made and pro vided. •Hereof fail not. Witness the lion. A.S. Wilson, EN—President of our said court at Hun. tingdon, tho 221 day of August, A. D. 106. Sept. 16, '46. JAMES STEEL, Prot'y. Orphans' Court Oslo. T)Y virtue of an order of the Orphan.' Court of I )Htratingdon county will be exposed to public sale on Saturday, the 17th day of October next, at 1 o'clock P. M. the following described Reel Estate ' of John Kennedy, lato of the Borough of Alexan , dria,'dee'd, viz: Three Lots of ground in the bur , ough of Mexandria, adjoining Lots of John Bop bin, and the heirs of Thomas Lloyd, dec'd, being Lots number 89, 90, and 91, in the plan of said borough, having thereon erected two Log dwelling houses and a log stable._ Terms of Sale: One half of the purchase mo ney to ho paid on confirmation of Sale—one half in one year thereafter with interest, to be securea by the bonds and mortgages of the purchasers. By the Court. JACOB MILLER, Clerk. N. It Persons &aims of purchasing tan have any information by applyiqg to Mr. Judith Ken nedy, %fhb resides on the premises, or to the sub scribers. ROBERT CARMODY, GEO. B. YOUNG, Sep. I, 1R46-6t. Administrators, Important—to all concerned. jLL those knowing themselves indebted to the undersigned, by note or book account, will please coma forward and settle the same previous to the first of November next, as alter that timo all ouch notes and accounts will be loft in the hands of a Justice of the Peace for collection, Withott respect to persons. Or*. CHARLES S. lIItACK, NNW' 3201113 M. If ho IPants Great Bargains? Dr. Wm. Swoops, Respectfully informs the citizens of Hun tingdon and vicinity, that he has lately re curt ed from the city of Philadelphia with an entire NEW OCK of Goods, which he offers for sale a few doors east of the new Presbyterian Church and directly opposite the residence of Mrs. Allison, Main street. lie is fully determined to SELL CHEAPER than any establishment in Huntingdon, or further, than any in Huntingdon county.— ' The stock consists of a general assortment of SPRING, SUMMER and WINTER DRS'-GOODS; such as Broad Cloths of various colours; Cassimeres single and double milled ; a good as sortment of Vestings , Sattinettes . and flannels; all descriptions of Woollen & Summer goods; consisting in part, of Silks, Lawns, Shawls, Gingham% Calicoes, Balsarines, Bal saline Lawns, Gingham Lawns, Hosiery, Muslin, Suspendet•s, Rib bons, Linens, Checks, Ticklngs, Sun shades, Parasols, Summer Goods, for men and boy's wear ; Also, a carefully select ed assortment of Queensware, and Hardware, Composed of Iron, Steel, Saws, Scythes, Sickles, Hammers, Axes, Nails, Traces. Shovels, Locks, Hinges, Screws, Knives & Forks, Shovels & Tongs, Looking Glasses, etc., etc. ALSO, Groceries : Such as Coffee, Sugar, Teas, Tobacco, Oils, (fish and Sperm,) IVlolanes of different qualities, Fish. &C. &c. m rp, artieles kept at this store will be disposed of on very reasonable terms for CASH, or in exchange for all kinds of cyan , try produce. V"lte hopes that persons before purcha sing elsewhere, will give him a call. Huntingdon, 27,1846. WAR! WAR! MORE WAR!! In Texico, Mexico, and Origonico! GREAT EXCITEMENT!! Latest arrivals of Spring find Summer Goods, At the Cheap Cash Store of JOHN N. PROW ELL, Directly opposite Wallace's Hotel, fittnt. ingdon, Penn'a. A Splendid assortment of LADIES' and GEN TLEMENS' DRESS GOODS, Consisting in part of CLOTHS of every des. - Criution, Cassimeres, Vesting, Satinetts, Sheetings. 'pickings, Linens, Checks, Ginghams, Calicoes, Lawns, Gingham Lawns, Balsarines, Balsarine Lawns, Shawls, Ilosie , ry, Ribbons, Suspenders, Table Diapers, 4.e. Also, Groce • - - ries and Queensware, In short everything that is necessary for the wants of the public. As his stock has he en selected with an eye single /o the interests of the community, persons *ould do well to call and examing his stock before purchasing elsewhere.' Thankful for past favors, he still hopes to receive a liberal share of public patronage. N. B, He would wish to be distinctly un derstood, that he can sell a little cheaper than any store up town. All you have to do to satisfy yourselves of this fact is to give us I a call. All kinds of marketing, such as gutter, Eggs, Bacon, Wool, Rags, &c., taken iu exchange for goods. May 27, 1845 ISAAC FIIIIIiitt ATTORNEY AT LAW.--Has removed to Huntingdon, with the intention of making it the place of his future residence, and will attend to such legal business as may be en rnsted to him . Dec. 20, 184.3. 1. SZWELZd STZWAILT, ATTOMITIZT AT ItAX\W4 lIUN7 INGDON, PS. Office in Main street, three doors west of Mr. Buoy's Jewelry stablishment. A. W. BENEDICS2I, ATTORNEY AT L. 4 W —HUNT INGDO*I Pa .—Office at his old residence in Malt street, a few doors West of the Conri House. A. W. B. will attend to any bu siness entrusted to him in the several courts of Huntingdon and adjoining,coun ties. April3o, 1845.—tf. GEOROE TAYLOR, attorney At Lasu.--Attends to practice in the Orphans' Court, Stating Administra tors accounts, Scrivening, &c.—Office in Dimond, three doors East of the Ex• change Hotel." feblB, '44. _ SOVN Having re turned to Huntingdon county, hasre-contu menced the practice of LAW in the Borough of Huntingdon, where he will carefully at• tend to all business entrusted to his care, He will be found at all times by those who may call upon him, at his office with Isaac Fisher, Esq., adjoining the store of Thos. Read & Son, near the Diamond. Huntingdon, April 30, 1845. C/o C3(223LtJ 4111M9 ATTORNEY AT LAW, HOLLIDA/SBURG, PA., Will attend to all business entrusted to his cave in Blair, Huntingdon, and Indiana counties. Hollidaysburg, April 8, 1846. CALVIN XILVTNII, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Wtll.l. practice in the several Courts of Nfisv the City and County of Phikaki- phi a . His office is at No. 35, South FOURTH St. between Chesnut and Walnut streets. Philacieldhia, Oct. 1,1845. JVO 1 1 / CE. r HE Pamphlet Laws of the last SessiOn of the Legislature of Penn'a, have been received at niy office, and are ready for delivery to those persons entitled to re ceive them. JAMES SFEEL, Prol'l. P.,,mm01 , ,,wes ()yr-I.K, lioulingOn, 5111 Aug, 1848. ALEXANDRIA 'FOUNDRY I. 4. H. Grafius, TDESPECTFULLY inform the citizens 444 of Huntingdon county, and the public generally, that they continue to carry on the . Copper, Tin and Sheet-Iron Basineea, in all its branches, in Alexandria, where they manufacture and constantly keep on hand every description of ware in their I me; such as New and Splendid Wood Stoves 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30 inches long. DIATOI? STOVES, 2 stzEs COAL STOVES iron PARLORS, NEW AND SPLENDID PARLOR STOVES FOR WOOD —THREE stzEs EGG STOVES—AIso, IRON RAILING for front of Houses-- C AST GR ivrts for cellar win dows--SELF SHARPENING PLOUGHS, right and left handed--N LW BULL PLOUGH ,with cast and iron shear, and the LIVINGSTON PLOUGH- - TJUUBLE SHOVEL PLOUGHS for corn and seeding ) ln t;ll:g7aln--:-:661314,11 UMVS, for well 'any length, and Tin' inside and out-- FORGE HAMMERS, from 5 to 16 cwt, New Cooking Stoves of allkintle,and Also four sizes of Coal Stoves, ALSO STOVE-PIPE, AND STOVES FINISHED A ll kinds of castings done, for Forges, Saw mills and Threshing-machines. Alsn WAG ON BOXES, MILL GUDGEONS, AND HOLLOW WAR r:,; all of which is done in a workman like manner. AIAo, Copper, Dye, Wish, Fuller, Pre• serving, and Tea Kettles, ./or sale, wholesale and refaii, Persons favoring this establishment with their custom may dep,end 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, May 2b, 1846. " QUEEN or THE WEST" CM1(1•20.r.P.73. 'CLCCO'cra:0 9 Rut' sale by I. It. (MANUS, Alex andria, Huntingdon county,Pa., cheap for cash or country produce at the tnarket price. The "Queen of the West" is an im provement on Hathaway's celebrated Hot 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 quantitt 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. May 20, 1846. To Purchasers—Guarantee. Tax undersigned agent of the Pattentee, of the Stove, " 'Lie Queen of the Weat," 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 " GUILLIS PATKN't Coolffilr S'tova —Tile Queen of the West." Now this is to inform all and every person who shat purchase and use said Store that he will inl demnify them from all costsordamage, from any and all suits, brought by other Paten tees, or their agents, for any infringment of their patents, He gives this notice so that persons need not be under any tears because they have, while consulting their own inter ests and convenience,seitired the superior advantages of this " Queen"not only ot the neat, but of the East. ISRAEL GRAPIUS. May 20, 1846. Dissolution of Partnership. The subscribers doing business under the firm of 1. Grafius & Son, in Alexandria, Huntingdon comity, dissolved partnership by mutual consent on the 3rd day 01 April last. All person, having accounts whh said firm will settle the same with 1. Grafius,up to the above date. I. GRAPIUS &lON. Alexandria, May 20. 1846. 11POR,TANT TO ALL COUNTRY HOUSEKEEPERS• You may be sure of obtaining, b at all times, pure and highly fla-- vored TXU113.41C1.5it6 By the single pound or larger quantity, at the Pekin Tea Company's Warel*Mub. ,9 South Se!ond Street, between Marlin and Chesnut Streets, Philadelphia. Heretofore it has been very difficult, in deed, almost impossible, always to obtain good Green and Black Teas. But now you have only to visit the Pekin Tea Company's Store, to obtain as delicious and fragrant Tea as you could wish for. All tastes can here be suited, with the advantage of gettitg a pure article at a low price. - June 24, 1846. Shew's Daguerrian RooMs. Mr. Show would respeetrufly annowite tai he has fitted up rooms at No. 117 Balnmore Street. With a light expressly &darted to takity Daguerreotype Miniatures, Upon Me most improved slisttM. He would especially call the attention' of &Minn/ operators to his facilities for furnishing Paguerreo , type Aapparitus, Plates, Caws and Chemicals of the very hcsrquality, and as cheap us any establishl ment in the United States. Baltimore, May 27, 1845.-4 m. NEW DASvaa*zAN ROONBS No. 116 Chesnut street Philadelphia. T. B. Sntov, who has been operator and conductor of the Plum& Daguerriari tallcrg for years past, having opened rooms at the above place, would invite all to examine his specimens. l'ellect colored likenesses guaranteed at $1 a& Constant and full supplies of Apparatus, Plates, Cases, Chemicals, and everything used in the business, for sak at the lowest rates, wltukt,alt: and' ktaiti and all Watrant ed st;t0(1. WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL PREMIUM HAT STORE; BERTRAND ROSS P 4. ' Nti. 120 Chesthut St., south side, dodi...S beloiv Fourth st., PHILADELPHIA, liaßespectfully informs the citizenr, of Huntingdon County, that he has refitted and opened the above establishment, where he is pre pared at all times, td furnish Bea ver, Nutria and Moleskin Hats, equal to any manufactured in this country. Also, a su perior quality of Caps, for officers of the Army and Navy, together iVith Dress, Ri ding and Sporting Caps' a new and splen did style of Children, aod Boys' Caps, with a great variety of Rich Fancy Furs for La dies. bat received, per Steam Ship Great Western, the approved style of LADIES' RIDING HATb; also, a beautiful assort ment of Childrens' French Caps. , I am determined that my hats, in point of beauty and quality, shall not be surpassed, by those of any other Establishment in any City in the Union. Philadelphia, Dec. 24, 1845. COME Tins WAY! LM4aLNIX'MIEiI3rrQVUEI Carriage Manufactory. HENRY SMITH POST RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of the borough and county of HuntinKdon, and the public generally, and his old friends and customers in particular, that he still continues the Coach Making Business in all its various branches, at his old stand, in Main Street, in the borough of Hunting don, nearly opposite the "Journal" print• lug office, where he has constantly on hand every description of Coaches, Carriages, 3,-;; " =.F.,1•• , - , .,; , . Buggies, Sleighs and • •' • - - - Dearborn's, which he will SELL LOW #OR CASH or' COUNTRY #RODUCE. He would also inform the public that he manufactures and keeps constantly on hand all kinds of _ . Cii.Rllts, made and finished iu the most durable and improved style, by experienced workmen. The public are respectfully invited to call and judge for themselves._ HEVRY SMITH Huntingdon, Nov, 8, 185—tf. EXTENSIVE CLOTHING EMPORIUM. TIIF. GREATEST BARGAINS IN ready made clothing are to be had at M. TRACY'S Old Established Pioneer Line, No. 292 Market street, Philadelphia; who has just finished one of the largest and most complete assortments of Spiling and Summer Clothing in the city, consisting of Super Black (Moth Dress Coats, from 8 . 10,0 to $14,00 " Frock " — lO,OO to 14,00 Blue " Dress " 11,00 to 14,00 Superfine Habit Cloth " 8,00 to 10,00 eashtnerette " 7,00 to 9,00 Tweed 4,00 to 5,00 ' 2,50 to 3,50 o Croton 4,00 to 5,00 ,‘ French Cassimere Pants 4,00 to 6,00 Fanc_ V y Drillings n 2,00 to 3,00 Fine Satin ests, from • 2,25 to 3,00 Extra fine Sattu Vests, from 3,50 to 5,00 Marseilles 1,00 to 2,50 Gentlemen's Fine Cloth Cloaks, from • 13,00 to 18,00 51 - 11WI'S; COLLARS, SUSPENDERS. STOCKS, &c., gtc All garments at this establishment are warranted both in fit and gnality of work manship; they are all got up expressly for the retail trade, consequently more care is taken in the selection of the goods as well as the style of cutting. The proprietor of the establishment is a practical tailor (hav ing served a regular apprenticeship to the business) and has none but practical work men in his employ. Gentlemen in want of CLOTHING may depend upon being suited in every respect,' as we are determined not. to be undersOd by any competitors. An goods are purcha sed for SASH, which enables us to sell a little lower than those who deal on the credit • system; it being a self-evident fact that the nimble sixpence. is better than the slow shilling." _ Also, always on hand an extensive assort ment of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings,' which will be made to order at the shortest notice. M. TRACY, No. 242 Market Street, Philadelphia. April 29, 1846. LEAIi HER, MOROCCO AND' FINDING STORE. No. 23', North 2n►l ofreet, Harrisburg. THE subscriber respectfully inernis the citizens of Huntingdon and neighboring counties, that he still continues to carry on the above business in all its branches, all of the best quality, and as low as can be bought anywhere, for Cash. His stock consists partly of Sole Leather,' Upper Leather, Calf Skins, w Ipper Leather, wait Skins, water proof Kip, Harness Bridle, &c. tice. Men's Morocco, Women's Straights, Kid, Bindings, Linings, &c. &c. Shoe-thread, wholesale or retail, sparables, glass-paper, boot-cord, bristles, boot web, cork soles, lacers, awl blades, knives, liA}l- files, mers, awl hafts, urushes, colts, slick bone s, les, rasps, instep leather, breaks and keys, Jiggers, Shoulder irons, shoe keys, seam sets, strip a wlsovelt keys, French wheels, heel slickers, shank wheels, collis, shoul der sticks, long sticks, measure straps, nip pers, pincers, punches, peg floats, gonges, patient peg hafts, size sticks, tacks, &c. &c., and everything else in his line of busi ness. Call and see before buying elsewhere. WM. L. PEIPER. Feb. II 18$6, irbal .Illanisfiscturers. • THE subscribers would Inform their f u rl net customers that they have recently re.' ceived at their establishment in Chainbers• burg, a large quantity of MACI-11 E C RD S and will keep, as herctolinc, a full supply of the very best quality. Call and exarithel toe yontselVeLi.