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HAttaisnuno.7-The following extract
of a letter from Harrisburg to the Public
Ledger, is of some interest:
"I understand that at the close of the
resent fiscal year, on the Ist Of Decem
er, the State finances will not show
quite as favourable aspect as for a year
or two past. The receipt by the State
Canals and Railroads will fall short of
$1,600,000 which was abont last year's
receipts, while the expenditures will go
up to $1,000,000, which is two or three
hundred thousand dollars more than
last year's expenditures. The next Fep
runry interest will be met, but it will be
a very 'tight squeeze,'' indeed.
PIILLADELPIIIA, DAC. 13th, 1848,
The Flour market continues dull. partly in
consequence of the unfavorable weather and no
sales for export have been reported either in
Flour, Rye Flour, or Corn Meal. There is ve
ry little wheat arriving—Good and prima red
is worth 1061107 e., and white 111a113c. per
bu. The inzreased demand for new corn, noted
Yesterday, still continues, and several sales of
yellowlave been made at Sic, which is an ad
7vance. Oats—We quote Southern at 27a28c per
bo. Whiskey has been in limited request
9.ales of hhds. at 23ia23c., and bbls., at 25c.
In thin borough, on Tuesday evening, I?th
sprat., by Rev. John Peebles. Mr. DANIEL W.
WHITTAKER to Miss CAROLINE SPEEDY,
bath of Huntingdon. •
Tun PRINTERS were not forgotten on this
occasion. No sir-ee 1 . Proof—a whole cake—
s real genuine Taylor cake,—for which the
happy couple will please accept our thanks, to
gether with our devil's blessing Long life,
happiness, peace and plenty, be with you." So
mate it be.
By Rev. J. A. Gore, on Thursday the 7th in
it.nt, Mr. ALEX. MEERELS of this borough to
Mies imam:: ra CHEW, of Md.
Washingtonians ! Arouse ! !
A Washingtonian Temperance meeting will
to bold in the Court House on Christmas even
in;. All parsons friendly to the cause are in
cited to attend—Ladies in particular. Several
able addresses may be expected. It is high
tiros something would be done. King Alebohol
appears to be gaining ground, and if we Tem
perance folks do not muster up our force:, and
give them A little - more grape" it is more
Vian probable the day will be lust.
Come ell ye true friends of the nation,
Attend to humanity's call;
Come aid in your country's salvation,
Ant roll on the temperance ball." MANY.
Tha annual in,ting of the Huntingdon Libra
ry Association, for the election of officers &c.
will be held at the Court House on Saturday the
23d inst. at 2 o'clock P. M. A full and punctu
al atten lance of the members is respectfully so
IY virtue of sundry writs in my . hands, I will
1 ) gall at the Court House door, in the borough
of Huntingdon, on Wednesday the 10th day of
January next, the following described property t
All that piece or parcel of land situate in the
township of Hopewell, Huntingdon county, con
taining one hundred end sixty one twice—About
one hundred acres of which are cleared and cul
tivated. Said land adjo;ne Jacob Russell. James
Entrek in. John A. lN eavcr, and Tussey'd moun
tain. and hos three wide orchards, one farm house,
one log honed, ono saw mill, a lug bank burn, and
bleckemith shop therron.
Seized and taken in execution, and to be sold
as the property of John R. Weaver.
A 11911, and lot of ground ettunte on 4arket
Wren b i t 'the borough of Huntingdon, hounded
on the milt by a lot of Andrew Harrison, on the
w Oh trlei fornet, extending beck from Hill
street two hundred feet to Washington sired.
Seised and taken in exerution, and to be SUM
Is the properly of livery Popp.
M. ORO WNOVER, Sheriff.
Hantingdoi, Dee. 19, 1S IS.
FARM FOR REI\T,
/mug undersigned offers for rent that valuable
farm (being part of a tract of land purcha
sed front the heirs of Eliza Swoop: Wharton)
adjoining McConnelMown, lands of Precierick
Lissinger, Daniel Buchwalter, and others, con
taining - • . .
between 1 IS and 150 acres of which arc cleared,
and betw.n .15 and fin acres rri !adow land—the
balance woodland. On said tract of land is sit
uated a _
Saw Mill, Dwelling House and Bank Barn, and
is about 5 miles from tho borowli of Hunting
don and the Penn'a. Railroad and Canal. Per
sons wishing to rent, can obtain any information
by applying to the undersigned, residing in
Walker township, about 3 miles from the prop
erty. GEORGE lIA WN,
DAVID ILA WN.
Dec. 0, 1818
°TIC E is hereby gli , en that letters of admin
istration hare been granted to the undorrign
ed nn the estate of Abraham Long, late of
Shirley twaniship, Huntingdon county. All per
sona indebted to said ehato ere requested to make
immediate payment, and those having claims or
&mini.; against the same to present them du'y
authenliceted for settlement.
Dec.lB. 184 R. a
JIDMINISTRIITORS' NO TICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters of Admin
istration on tit, estate of Jesse Gosnell,
late of Union township, Hunt. co., deed, have
been granted to the undersigned. All persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make imme
diate payment, and those having claims or de
mands ag 'MA the same to present them duly eu.
timid icated for settlement to
;OHN R. COB N ELL,
Dec. lii, 1848-•
."111HE Trust account of George Taylor and
j_ David Black, assignees of Stevens, Snyder,
& Co., late of the borough of Huntingdon, has
been filed in the office of the Prothonotary of
the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon I
county, and will be presented to the the said
court for confirmation and allowance on the 3d
Monday of January next.
THEO. CREMER, Prot'y.
Dec. 13, 1818
WHERE %S, by precept to me directed, da- 1N pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court
red at Huntingdon, the 20th day of Nov. 1 of Huntingdon county, the undersigned as
1848, under the hands and seals of the Hon. Administrator of George W. Thompson, dec'd.,
Abraham S. Wilaon, President of the Court of will expose to public rule on FRIDAY the 4th
Common Pleas, Oyer and Terminer and general day of JANUARY, 1840, at 10 o'clock A. M.
jail delivery of the 20th judicial district of Penn- on the premises, the following described Real
sylvania, composed of the counties of Hunting-, Estate late of said deceased, viz: A Lot of ground
don, Mifflin and Union, and the Hons. James situate in the town of Warriormark in said coon-1
(twin and John Stewatt, his associates, judges of ty, fronting on Main Street end extending along
the county of Huntingdon, justices assigned, op-'the road leading front Huntingdon to Philips
pointed to hear, try, and determine all and every burg to an alley, known as Lot No. 11 in the
indictments and presentments, made or taken fur I plan of said town, and having a house and other
or concerning all crimes,which by the laws of the buildings thereon. Also an out Lot adjoining
Commonwealth are made capital or felonies of, said town, in the township of Watrioremark in
death and other offences, crimes and misticmeaaors, said county, containing five acres. The property
which have been, or shall be committed or perpe- ! above described is the same that Dr. Oliver G.
tented within said county, or all person. who are Scott and wife by deeds recorded in the Record.
or shall hereafter be committed or perpetrated, for. eel; Office of said county in Record Book C No.
crimes aforesaid, lam commanded to make proc- 2. pages 133, 4& 5, conveyed to the said Geo.
j lamation throughout my whole bailiwick, that a W. Thompson.
Court of Oyer and 'l'erminer, Quarter 'Seesion. , Terms of Sale:—One half of the purchase
and Common Pleas, will be held at the Court money to be paid on confirmation of the sale, and
I House, iu the borough of Huntingdon, on the 2d the residue in one year thereafter with interest,
I Monday (arid Bth day) of January 1849, and 'to he secured by the bond and mortgage of the
those who wily prosecute the said prisoners, ho purchaser
then and there to prosecute them as it !hall be
just, anti that all jusiices of the peace, coroner,
and constables within the said county, ho then
and there in their proper persons. at 10 o'clock
A. M. of said tiny, with their records, inquisitions,
examinations and remembrances, to do those
things which to their office. respectively appertain.
Dated at Huntingdon, the 20th day of Nov,
in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hun
dred and forty-eight and the 73d year of Amer
11LITTHEW CROWNOVER, Sheriff.
Snantres Orric►., Hun- t
tingdon, Dec. ID, 1848.
the p e r e o c n e i p ni t o t t o i
p rn i e e
a d a i i . 7l , ed ho b e
ty of Huntingdon. bearing trot the 26th day of
Nov., A. D. 1848. lam commanded to make
public proclamation throughout my whole baili
wick that a Court of Common Pleas, will be held
at the Court House in tt.e borough of Huntingdon
itt the county of Huntingdon, on the 3d Monday
(and lAtit day) of January, A. 1). 1849, for the
trial of all issues in said roue, which remain un
determined before the said judges, when and
where all jurors, witnesses and suitors, in the
trial of all said issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon, the 201 h day of Nov,
Al).. 1818, and the 7311 year of American inde
MATTHEW CROWNOVER, Sheriff.
Huntingdon, Dec. 19, 1488. c-
VOTICE is hereby given to all persons con
cerned that the following named persons
have settled their accounts in the Register's .
Office at Huntingdon, and that the said accougtsl.
will be presented for confirmation and atlowa nc
at an Orphans' Court to be held at Huntingdon,
in and for the county of Huntingdon, an Wdd-
nesday the 10th day of January next, viz t
I. Henry McCracken, James Saxton and JO
seph McCracken, Executors of William roster,
late of West township, deceased.
2. l‘lorris Gutshall, Administrator of John
Gutshall, lute of Springfield township, deed.
3. James Murphy, Administrator of Jane
Jackson, late of West township, decd.
4. Joint Hirst, Administrator of Elizabeth
Wilson, late of ttarree township, dec'd.
5. Elijah Morrison, Administrator of Edward
Hayes, late of Shirley township, dec'd.
0. Elijah Morrison, Guardian of Abraham,
Lydia, Barbara : David, Joel and Joshua Morri
son, minor children of tiaranel Morrison, dee'd.
M. F. CAMPBELL, Register.
REQ IsTEit's OFFICE '
Huntingdon, Dee. 8, 1848.
Llz) Z.olll' 13 ..2 3 CID
To the Honorable the Judges of the Court of
Quarter Sessions of the Peace in and for the
County of Huntingdon :
The petition of Michael li. Detreich, res
pectfully sheweth : That your petitioner owns
and occupies that well known dwelling house
and premises heretofore occupied by Mias Mary
Sandon, as a tavern stand, situakon Commerce
Street in the borough of BirmiMam, near the
location of the Pennsylvania Rail Road, and be
ing desirous of keeping a house of entertain
ment for the public, has provided himself with
everything convenient and necessary for the
smile, prays your Honors• to grant him a license
for that purpose. And he will ever pray, &c.
M. 11. DETliElb-11.
We, the undersigned, citizens of the Borough
of Birmingham, in said county,
do certify that
the above named petitioner, Michael H. Det
reich, is a person of good repute for honesty and
temperance, and well provided with house room
and other conveniences for the accommodation
of Strangers and Travellers, and that in our
opinion paid Inn or Tavern is necessary to ac
commodate the public and entertain strangers
W. P. Green, Silas.T. Wilhelm, Thomas Mood,
John Devine, Thos. Devine, Jos. Adams,
William Butts, S. K. Agnew, A. P. Owens,
John J. Wood, A. P. Kinney, W. W. Miles,
John M'Cullough, Thotripson Metttelt.
I)ec. 19, 1818.
Pennsylvania Railroad Company.
Notice is tierstiy giVen that the BEII
- INS'rALLMENT of Viva
tvxs per share on the Capital stock of
this company is required to be paid on
or before the Ist day ofiannary next ;
The eighth instalment of live dollars per
share on or before the 2d day of March
—The ninth instalment of five (killers
per share on or before the Ist day of
May, and the tenth instalment of five
dollars per share on or before the Ist day
of July next, at the office of Miles
Payments will be received of one of
more instalments, or the Stock may be
paid in full, at the option of the Stock
holders, and interest will be allowed
from date of payment.
Instalments not paid punctually will
be subject to the penalty of one per
cent per month, as required by law.
GEORGE V. BACON, Treas.
Dec. 12, 1848.
To the creditoreof, and all persons interested
in, the estate ef William Hutchison, late of Har
ms tewnehip, deceased.
The undersigned wee appointed an Auditor at
the last term of the Orphans' Court of H noting
don county, to distribute the wets of said estate,
in the hands of John Henry, acting Executor of
acid deceased, among the creditor. and other per
Ilona interested. The said creditors and all per.
sone interested in acid estate aro hereby notified.
that I will attend at my office, In Huntir gdon, err
Friday the Stit of January text, gni the purpose
aforesaid. JOHN REED, Auditor.
untininii, Dec. I 1819.
Orphans , Court Sale.
Dec. 4, 1848
Thu undersigned, Aaaignee. of Blair & Mad
,4len, will sell on the premise., on TUESDAY,
the 2d day of January, 1899, the
Melinda Iron Works,
situoto on the A ugovrick Creek in Cromwell
township, Huntingdon county, Pa., and within a
few miles of the Penn's. Canal and Railroad.
The works consist of a charcoal Furnace and
Forge, nearly new and a Saw Mill, all in good or
der, and the usual and necessary houses and buil
dings attached thereto. Together with about
530 ACRES OF LAND
adjacent to the works, about 70 acres cleared and
in a good state of culti ration, some fifty of which
are cow seeded in winter grain, and the remain
doe of the premiers is timber and wood land, upon
which some IRON ORE has been found canoe
venient to the Furnace. All the r ecessary tools
and fixtures for carrying on the works are on the
hank. To any one wishing to engage in the Iron
business, the above works offer great inducements.
They are located In a healthy and ihtveitig neigh
borhood, where labor and materials are compara
tively cheap; and good ore cell] be had in less
than three miles of the Furnace at from 12i to 25
ctn. per tin, and woad leave within the same dis
tance for 10 etc per card. The A ughwich creek
furnishes ample water power at all seasons of the
If not sold on said day the works and premises
will be offered for rent ; and immediate possession
given if sold or letwed.
At the same time and lilacs, will be sold the
to Wit Horseg am/ horse gears, wagons, coal and
ore beds, earls, Dldckernlth't tools, wheelbarrows,
ore corn, shovels, picks, mattocks, farming uten
sils,' pmatoea by the bushel, and fifty scree of
wheat in the giound, giovee, bucketo, ropes
and windlass, furnace toots, ore ecrecns and Fur
nace scales, lumber df different kinds, and a va•
riety of articles too numerous to insert.
Terms made known on day of pale.
THOMAS B. ORH(13011,
THOS. W. NEELY,
Dec.l2, 1848. Assignees,
If VVillium Morrison, Thomas Morrison and
Elizabeth Lightner, (formerly Elizabeth Moni
tion) will apply to the undersigned they will hear
of eoinething to their advantage.
No. 44 South Front •3treet, Phila.
Dec. 12.184 R.
0 11. 0 1 to ,E ld m at ß p e u ß bi n ie . S t a le . oLtottheo2f
aituato in Shaffersville, Morris township, Hunt
ingdon county, on which is erected a large
TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE,
!!! formerly used as a tavern, two taw
' Wee, and a store house, end other
outbuildings. This property is lo
cated on the turnpike leading front Huntingdon
to Hollidaysburg, and is a very desirable bore
dcn for public business.
Attendance will be given and terms of sale
made known on the day of sale, by the under.
signed, ADAM SHAFFER.
Nov, 'a, lB49—ts•
Orphans' Court Sale.
IN pursuance of en order of the Orphans'
Court of Huntingdon county, the tit:derail/h
-ad as Administrator of Alexander Gorki, deed.,
will expose to public axle at the Court Hotise hr
the borough of Huntingdon, in mid county, on
THURSDAY the 28th day of DECEMBER
instant, at 2 o'clock P. M. the following descri
bed Real Estate, late of said deceased, viz: The
undivided third part of a tract of tend situate
in Hopewell township In said coenty, adjoining
the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River, and
lands of James Entrekln, containing 227 acres,
ho the same more or less, about 100 of which
are cleared, having a log barn, II log home and a
good orchard thereon, with a well of water at the
house. Alao a Lot of ground in the said Bor
ough of Huntingdon on the /moth west earner of
Allegheny end Bath street., No. 117 in the plan
of said Borough, having thereon a good two story
brick dwelling house and kitchen untlother build
ing. thereon, which lot i. 50 feet in front and
lies between the Penn'a Rail Road as located and
the Penn's canal.
Terms of Sale:—One half of the purchase
money to be paid on the ednfirmition of the
sale, and the halunce inane year thereafter with
intereAt, to be moored by the bond and mortgage
of the purchaser.
WM. P. ORBISON, Adm'r.
At the same tilde and place the undersigned
will offer for sale the remaining two-thirds of
the above desrribed tract of land situate in Hope
well township. JAMES OVVIN,
Dec. 5, 1843.
CA ME to the residence of the subscriber, resi
ding in Porter township, Huntingdon county,
the latter part of August lost, a stray bteer, about
two years old, with black sides, and white beck,
no ear marks, horns wide sport. The owner will
please come forward, prove property, pay charges
and take said steer sway, other. isehe will be dis
posed of according to law.
Dec. 12, 114$.
Perfumes, Hair Oila, Soaps, Shaving Cream, &c.
A very large lot of Rousse unrivalled
Shaving Cream, &e., &c., just opening at the
Huntingdon Jewelry Store. It is decidedly the
beet assortment in toml anti 's ill be sold very
ANOTHER GRAND RALLY VALVABLE o:AL ESTATE AT
AT TILE runitosarai.
CHEAPEST CORNER! T HE subscriber Will otter at Public
Sale, on the premises on SATUR
“CHEP JOHNNY” in the field again, with , DAY, the 23d of fileaeiriller , ot 12 0%
the largest, prettiest andcheapest stock of goods , clock, M., the following valuable Real
ever offered to the public in this section of the Estate, to wit :
country. Our stock of dress goods is complete
and staple goods in abundance. We have also I TWO TRACTS OF LAND
a large assortment of I situate on the banks of the little Juni-
CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, j ata river, one mile below Birminglinitt;
HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE AND i and within 4 miles of the Penn'a Canal
GROCERIES. !at Water street, and the great Central
It is unneccessary for us to enumerate the I Rail Road passes through it : One tract
names and prices of our goods, as it is expected I situate in Warriormark township, Hun
persons wishing to purchase will examine for .
themselves. Persons wishing good bargains' tingdon County, the other tract situate
will find that this is the place, and if we do not , in 'Tyrone township, Blair county, the
satisfy you that the goodsarc the CHEAPEST ir. river being the line between the two
TOWN, we have a small lot you can have , tracts, and also the line between Hun
for taking them away. t i n don and Blair counties, well known
The public are invited to attend the grand
rally at the Cheap Corner. as the property of Andrew Robeson, of
JOHN N. PROWELL. Warriorsmark township, now deceased.
Huntingdon, Nov. 14, 4818.
THE MANSION TRACT,
CHEAPER THAN EVER. ,in Warriorsmark township, contains
i 200 acres of excellent limestone land,
Ifyou want to get the worth of your money then + about 100 acres cleared, and in a good
buy from . ; e tcte of cultivation, with TIME Dwet.•
GEORGEGIATIN, i r o c u i l. T . ci
t a h
e s r t e o o n n e . barn and a good
where you will find the largest, best, and cheap- apps 1 0
THE OTRER TRACT,
est aulortment of Goods, that the teem can pro
duce; and that, too, at each low prices that all e xcel l e n t
in Blair county, contains 400 acres' of
timber land, with a house and
who purchase are fully satialled last our m otto
is true," A quick Sixpence is better then eslow stable thereon erected ; there is an Ord
shilling." bank on this tract, from which a quan-
Huntingdon, Oct. 17, 1848. tity of Iron Ore of an excellent quality
MOH NEW GOO lhas been raised. A large part of this
tract is good limestone land for farming.
AT TH a
GRAN BAZAR I Four Situations for Forges or Furnaces,
• . 1 perhaps the best sites in the State There
is a number of springs on the two tracts
of never failing water that keeps the
river free from ice for more than a mile.
This last tract is ail tVoodiandi and
well covered with timber.
TERMS—One third of the purchase
money to be paid in hand, and the bal
nnce in two equal annual payments, with
interest, to be secured by the bonds and
mortgages of the purchaser.
Persons wishing to purchase are invi
ted to call and examine the premises.—
Attendance will be given by
Surviving Executor of andrew Robeson,
Nov. 21, 18181
Orphatur Ciai r irt Sales
BY virtue of an order of the Orphafis'
Court of Huntingdon county, there
will be exposed to sale, by public vendue
or outcry, on the premises on
Visher, AVNlurttie & Co.,
Have just received a further addition to their
Fall and Winter stock of (Amide, consisting of
everything useful and Ornamental. Shawls of
all kinds and all prices: Muslin de Loins at 10
etc per yard ; Calicoes at 3 and 4 eta ; Muslins,
bleached and unbleached, at 3 ets, and yard wide
at 6 cts ; Cashmeres. Ginghams, &r; Water
proof and other Boots for men and boys. Shoes
of all kinds, Bullblo socks, gum shoes, Fin Mo
lasses, Ready-made Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Trunks, Valises, Blankets, &c., &c., cheaper
than ever !
Huntingdon. Dec. 5. 1848.
FOR THE CURE or
DYSPEPSIA, GENERAL DEBILITY,
&c., &c., &c
Friday the 15th day of December, 184 S,
MY OSAS MAN READ Tuft if you have ,
Drarest• of ASTHMA °rata. froin general de- s
' at 1 o'clock in the afternoon of said day,
Why, or say complaint resuliing from derange- , .
dlent of the itdmach. You would g i ve a geed in parts or together, as tnny be to the
lest to get well, woultrnt you? Then just
g i+ e i interest of the estate and the convent
a ravri.x, and try Chien% dzygenaied Hitters. cnce of purChaters; a certain mcssuage,
Its justthc thing for you. The Doctor dieckliW ' plahtation and tract of land skive in
ed this medicine only after long end careful study,' Franklin township; Huntingdon county,
—to cure a friend too—not to make money out or , ~,,;o i n i n g
lands of John M'Ferran and
it. Look at the evidence of its efficacy and you i ""J
will hesatisfied. Alexander &lei:art on the north west;
'Hun. MYRON Lawaxxcx cured of ASTHMA. lands of Robert and Benjamin t r alltiee,
BELCHERTOWN, March IS, 1848. the little Juniata River and land of Dr.
Da. Gitxxxx—l take great pleasure in inform-, Adams MTerran on the south, and lend
tag you of the effecto of the medicine called Ox- '
lof Abraham Weight on the east, con
seenated Bitters you had the kindness, to send ' • ,
' m . o. For tome twenty years I had suffered se- I talal , n ;. nin et Pur e n ("Test fifty five Per
verely from humored Asthma. I wee compelled ' ches, and the usual allowance for roads,
to sit up one third of the night, without going to 1 &c. Seventy-five or eight acres of which
bed at all; and the rest of the time my sleep was I are cleared and under cultivation, and
interrupted by violent fib of coughing and great
ditEcuity of breathing. In all my attendance I
. having thereon erected a two-story atone
house niid a frame barn, late the estate
upon our courts I never went to bed in NW thomp-
i of Josep h of Franklin town
ton in twenty years bet twice, and then was cam- i
pelled to get up. Nov I lie in bed without dill. ship,. .
culty, and sleep soup*. I took your medicinal TERMS OF SALE;---The third of the
according to directions. The skint symptoms i purchase tri6ite3l . to be paid on the con
immediately abated, and persoterance in the
firniation of the sale, one third within
of the reedy has removed all its treublesomp.! 9 , ,,a
year thereafter with interest, and
consequences. The value of tuck a remedy . is
incalculable, and I b e " He virtues me , b e w id e . i t he remaining third to be paid at or im
iy*Tused Shane tens cent agency extensively mediately after the death of Elizabeth
emptoyed. Wagner, widow of said interitee—the
Respectfully yours, interest of this third part to be paid to
M YRON LA WRENCE. said widow annually and regularly du
ring her natural life by the purchaser—
and the whole to be secured by the Bond
and Mortgage of the purchaser. .
The above prciperty,is situate in scgti
of the Ceuiral Rail Road—there is on
it an excellent spring of lime-stone wa
ter, and btrott. b appearances of iron ore.
The land wilt be offered in parts or al
together as may be deemed advisable.
Attendance will be given nt the sale
by the undersigned Administratrix.
CAntiste, Pa. Juno 10, 1848
Meusr.. Collier & Bro.
Gentleman—ln reply to your note es to the
effect of the Oxygenated Bitters in my case. I
would say, that I have been afflicted with DyspeC.
Ilia about six years, anti have tried ninny known
renn'etffei, but obtained no relief, untila friend
recommended the Oxygenated Bitten/. • • • •
I was finally induced to procure two bottle. of
you, and I had not taken half a bottle before I
felt its effects upon my systern , and after the use
of the second Wale, I found myself in a etato of
health as unexpected as It was srstifying. To
the afflicted I hare no hesitation In recommend.;
ing the Bitters, as superior to any medicine I
have ever heard of for the cure of Dyspepsia.
Very Respectfully yours,
A LOSON M. LEWIS.
The following Certificates have re
cently been received:
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 10, 1846,
Having limas' use of the ' , Oxygenated Bitters''
prepared by Dr. Geo. D. Green, of Windsor, Vt ,
end from knowledge obtained of their efficacy In
other cue., we cheerfully recommend them to the
public, believing that they will fully sustain the
recommendation of the Proprietor. We hope
that this valuable remedy may be so generally dif
fused throughout the country that it may be ac•
cessible to all the afflicted.
SAMUEL PHELPS, U. S. Senators from
WM. UPHAM, 5 Vermont.
JAMES F. Simmaxa, U. S. Senator from
J. T. MOREHEAD, U. S. Senator and for
merly Governor of Kentucky.
L. H. ARNOLD, Member of Congress and
__formerly Governor of R. I.
WM. WOODBRIDGE, U. S. Senator and
formerly Governor of Michigan.
M. L. MARTIN, Delegate in Congress from
From the Hon. Sotormt Fool., Member of Con.
grass trot' Vermont.
Guar, at. f i tayeurcit, General Amts. No. 26,
South Sixth St. Philadelphia.
Sold whoteaare and retail by Teton. Ruon &
tiot, Huntingdon, Pa.
August IS, 1246'.
On these two tracts are
Nov. 21; Ig4B—ts:
; CITIZENS OF lIUNTINGIION COUNTY,
NOW'S YOUR TIME TO GET THE
WORTH OF YOUR MONEY !
& W. SAXTON,
Inform the public that they have received a
splendid and extensive assortment of
all k inds of
FALL & WINTER GOODS,
which they aro determined io cell at pr;co. to
Suit ALL. They invite the public to and ex
amine their Goods.
Huntingdon, Nov. 21, 1 `,48.
FrH}: DEEnq von UNSEAT. LAND mid in June
I last., are now ready, and the piirchasers
requested to come forward and lift them.
ISAAC NEFF, Treasinei.
Oct. 31, 1818.
Pennoyttanhi Railroad Company.
erFICE is hereby. given that the SIXTH
instahnent of FIVE DOLLARS per share
is requested to be paid on or before the FIRST
day of NOVEMBER next.
GEORGE V. BACON, Treasurer:
Instalmentefeceivad by MiLig & Don
Huntingdon, Oct. 17, MIS.
I hereby caolOrt the public against purchasing
a promisory note given by me to Robort Myton,
for twenty-five dollars ($25,00) bearing date
Aug. 128, 1818, an I have never received value
fo'r the toun'e and nut determinednot to pay it.
broke. out in a New PAkce
• CAPT. DA VY.I), ,
would reepectrull/ inforni alternation—everything
on two leg., that vete— s and hip numerous friends
in parttcular,,that,he Ilea again opei ed in a. new
place, htit door to T. Read and Bon's store, an
elegant - •
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',here he is prepared to acecnimedate all w he may
factor him with their custom with superior "Suct.r.
Finn" and filriteß, at all times. .
His nefr pond is fitted np •• on pt.rpone" to ac.
commotirte Ladipi anti genilemrn. 'the oltt
Captain" therefore hc:fies that hie friends of both
sexes will extend to hint It liberal support.
CONFECTIONAIVES I APPLES,
NUTS, Src., &c., alvi.ays dii ht►nd.
Nov. 11, lEi4B.
OH' WHAT A RUSH;
XIA. aLE S ALOON,
Vic undersigned take great pleasure
in announcing to the public that, after n.
considerable amount of labor and ex
pense, they have succeeded in opening
the most splendidly furnished and cow' ,
OlST.git SAI.OOI. • ,
between Philadelphia and Pittsburg,
the basement of SNARE'S ROP'Z
Huntingdon, immediately opposite the
"Grand Bazar" where they will be plea
sed to see all who may be kind enough
to give them a call.
They have, on this occasion, as well
as all others had an eye single to the
terests of the ladies, in furnishing an.
apartment expressly for " their fair friends
Give use call ladies and gentlemen,
and examine the different apartments,
for yourselVes, and if you are not sat
isfied you can "take our hats."
They have also a fine fat bG Confec
tionary &c., which trill be sold Idtv:
W Al. T. WILSON.
Huntingdon, Oct. 31, 1848.
ONLY 191,40 Fon THE IFIESTYLIGU-
EVER MADE IN HUNTINGDON
,4i 11111.. T.
Respectfully informs the Genemen
of Huntingdon and its vicinity, that they hats
opened n Daguerrian Oallery at the Cr .tart Douse
where with on itnproved nppurat us and material.
of the I•eat ifuality Ow) me prepared to execute
of ell sixes, in a style Unsurin eyed by any other
Artlots in the country, Their likenessetta p
ranted not to fade, and their bright
sion is one of their peculiar characteristics of beau-
Family group. taken iu a pplt 111111 style, and
at moderate priers. Likeneeees of el.ildrrn (as
young as two years,) taken in the handsomest
Miniature., and Paintings of all kindscoplfl,
miniature. made, without regard totlr ttcacher,
from 8 o'clock, A. At. to 5 P. M.
their slay will be limited. iIIOPC Whiffing
to get a good likeness, would do ,N ell to call' soon
and It vv their " Shedow caught, ere the stib
c'" - Instruction given at moderate rates.
fluntingdon, Nov. 14, 1848.
N. N. NEXT & BRO.,
Invite the attention of the citizens of Iluntisg
don and persons visiting this place during the
present Court to their immense stock of
Jewelry, and Fancy Articles
just received at their store in MARKET Sorsat,
one door cast of the Exchange Hotel. They
Full jewelled Gold Levers, IS Carot, hunting
case, for $6O 00
" gold revers, 18 carot, sittle case, 30 00
Gold Lepine, finest quality, 25 00.
Silver Levers, from $l2 to 10 00
" Lepines Stol3 00
" Verge Watches Itolo 00
Eight day brass Clocke 5 to 6 00
30 hour " " :1 to 400
Aecordeons, 1 to 18 ot,
told Pencils, 1 50 to 6 010
as rens, 1 00 to 2 20
Gold Miniature Prates, 1 00 to 10 00
All kinds of Jewelry 20 per cent lower than
We ate thankful for patronage heretofore re-.
ceived, and would solicit all persons desirous of,
purchasing any thing in our line to give us a
N. B. Clocks, Watches and Jewelry repair
nl and warranted.
Nov. 14, 1645
ANOTHER WONDER !
Later, Cheaper and Better.
THE Huntingdon Jewelry Store has just re
ceived another large and choice selection of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JENN
&c., of every description and quality.
All persons, whether desirous of purchasing
or not are requested to call and examine this
stock and thus satisfy themselves of its cheap
ness am t excel/sues.
130" The undersigned has recently employed
a skillful and experionerd workman from Phila-.
delphia, to do all kinds of Clock, Watch a'nd
Jewelry repairing. Customers may rely upon.
having their work well and promptly done, and
warranted for one year.
J. T. SCOTT
Huntingdon, Nov. 13. 1818
WASHINGTON HOUSE.- •
IHIS Popular Hotise , hse recently undergone A
1 thorough repair, end. been furniOrd with
entire new furniture,ot the best quality. Mem
bers of the Legislature And .others. visiting the.
Seat of Government, will find it a very desirable'
CO Charges Moderate.
WM. 'l'. SANDERS, Arta
Harrieburg, ArPy 14, 1845—Cm.