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A FOOT I ACg,-,TWOII
bers of the Legislature, at Frankfort,
(Ky.) a few,
,days,ago, went out to make
observational and got :into the tunnel As
the cars were corning. They took to
their heels and' did'pfety well, for they
had both some experience is running last
August. They never run against n loco
motive before, however, and were about
to be overhauled, when they threw them.
selves against the sides of the tunnel ;
they literally spread themselves. Nev.
er were two honorable members so per
fectly flat. They looked into each oth
er's faces, and one burst into a laugh.—
"It is no aughing matter," said he; but
that observation made it one decidedly,—
MUD IN CALIPORNTA. - A correspon•
dedt of the Journal of Commerce, wri
ling from California, in order to give
some slight idea of the depth of the mud
there relutes the following anecdote. He
says the hero of the tale will "bet his
head on its truth." •
"About a week since, he was on his
way to Sutter's Mill, when suddenly his
animal mired in a deep slough. While
dragging the mule along, neck and heels,
he stepped upon what he supposed was
stone, but was quickly undeceived by
a grave voice issuing solemnly from the
pathos of mud, "Tread softly, stranger!"
said the invisible, "you are hurting the
fellow under me !"
The author of the above is certainly
entitled to our hat.
RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD.—The
Washington correspondent of the Jour
nal of Commerce says, gentlemen from
California, now in Washington, say that
Col. FREEMONT, is the richest man in the
world. His gold mine will probably be
saleable, in n few years, at six millions
as acre. Mr. WRIGHT Sap; also that he
knows of spots belonging to the Gov
ernment, which arc worth six millions
of dollars an acre, and will produce from
ten to twenty per cent, a year on that
A FIGHT !-A regular rough and tam•
ble fight is going on at present in the
ranks of the 'harmonious democracy' in
regard to their next candidate for Canal
Commissioner. The Cameron wing of
the party have rolled up their sleeves
and arc determined to swallow Painter
and his frends without choking. We
hope they will have a pleasant time of it.
We mean like the 'ltilkenny Cats.
GEORGIA.—The Locofoeo majority of
the Legislature of Georgia did not finally
succeed in passing their bill to re-district
the state for the choice of members of
Congress. At least we find no such
measure on the list of acts passed.--
One really good thing, however, was
done, an act was passed giving to the
widow and child or childern of any per
son dying insolvent $lOO worth of the
property of said insolvent free and clear
of all claims for debt due by
THE Northwest Territory, lying west
of Minesota and lowa, extending to the
Rocky Mountains, is estimated to con
tain 500,000 square miles. It includes
the proposed Nebraska Territory, lying
on the south; the whole is thinly inhab
ited by roving tribes of Indians.
The Overland Emigration to Califor
nia will be very large this season. Per
sons are continually passing through
the towns on the Ohio on their way to
the land of gold. Many pass through
Pittsburgh every day, the papers of that
(J A young man was arrested in New
Hampshire, on the charge of "keeping
his mouth open on Sunday." A true
bill was found, as it is against the law
to keep a dram shop open on that day.
Never lean on the world, for if you
do, the world will jump aside and you
will get a tumble.
rIIIII.ADET.PIIIA, April 5,1850
The Flour market has undergone no change.
Holders now generally demand $1 81} per
barrel for common shipping brands, but the
sales arc limited. Sales to the city dealers at
$1 18t a $5 25 for common and extra brands
Pennsylvania and New York fancy brands at
Rye Flour is in limited demand, and a small
sale at $ 87
Corn Meal is held firmly st $2 50 per barrel
at which some further sales have been made.
Grain—The supplies of wheat continue small.
Sales of good and prime red at $1 05 and white
at $1 10.
- - -
Rye—The last sale of Pennsylvania was at 56
cents per bushel.
Corn is in good demand, and 8 a 10,000 bushels
yellow sold at 53i a 51 cents, which is in ad
Oats are in good demand, and considerable
sales of Pennsylvania have been made at 3.5 cents
Whiskey rather firmer; sales in barrels at
221, and in hhils at 21 n 21-1 cents.
On Thursday, 4th inst., by the Rev. John
Peebles, Mr. SAMUEL C. CALHOUN, of Cumber•
land, Md., to Mon LOT:ISA AtIGI7STA., daughter
of William Orbison, Esq., 01 Huntingdon.
Accompanying . the -above notice we acknow
ledge the receipt of a large and most delicious
cake, which, we can assure the happy couple, is
highly appreciated by us; and for which we re
turn °Jr thanks 4nl.kindest wishes.
In this borough, on the 3,1 inst., Dr. Joan D.
Density, aged about '4l years.
On Sunday morning at 4 o'clock in Hunting
don county, Pa., at the residence of her Son-in
law Elisha Shoemaker, Mrs. EidiA arra HEIL
-06811E131., relict of Col. Samuel llergesheimer
formerly of Philadelphia, aged 7S years.
The Right Rev. Alonzo Potter D. P. Bishop
of the Protestant Episcopal Church in Pennsyl•
vania, is expected to preach in St. John's Church
Huntingdon, on Sunday 14th inst., at 11 A. M.
and at 3i P. M.
D nPECTFULLY inform; the elate. of
11, I luntingdon and vicinity, that he has open
ed • store room nett door to the Yost Office,
Market square, where he offers fur sale
OF EVERY V.4I2IETY SIZI ✓IXD
A new invention of Spectacles, for diatant or
close reading, with gold, slitter, tortoise-shell and
steel frame., and a new and improved assortment
of Perifucal ground flint glasses of his own man
ufacture. He would particularly call the atten
tion of the public to his
SPECTACLES FOR NEAR SIGHTED PERSONS
and for persons who have been operated upon
for the cataract of the rye, ttnil to his new kind
of glasses and Conservers of the eight made of
the best flint and azure Claes. Good GION , CB
may be known by their shape, exact centre,
sharp and highly polished surface. The quali
ties are to be found in a high degree in his glasees.
.4 LSO, Spy and Quizzing Glasses, of
every size and quality; Telescopes,
.41agnifying and Opera Glasses,
Microscopes, &c., &c ,
wtlh different powers, together with every varie
ty of articles in the Optical line not mentioned.
r,- Optical and other instruments and Glass
es carefully repaired on short notice. Ho can
alwapt select glat.son to suit the vision of the
person as he sees them, upon the first trial. Ile
will remain in Huntingdon but a short time, du
ring Court session, and those in want of the
above articles will piratic give hint a cal. Ile
will if required, go to any respectable house
where his services may lie wanted.
April 9, 1950.
W. \ Tc HES, CLOCKS
1, 1 V ARE, &c.,
The undersigned has just returned from the
East, and is now opening at his New Stand,
three doors West of T. Read & Sons' `tore, and
directly opposite the S.rna of Temperance Ilan,
A lasge and eery superior assortment of
Gold and Silver Watches,
R day arid 30 hour Brass Clocks,
Jewelry of the most fashionable styles, Silver
ware, Cutlery. Perfumery, Soaps, I ocket Books,
Port Mounaies, I istola, Note snit fine Letter
Paper, with a general assortment of Fancy Goods.
The unusually low Prices
At which we are determined to dispose of this
Stork, offers peculiar inducements to purchasers.
All should remember this fact before malting
their purchases. as it is our fixed deterniinntion
to sell our Watches, Jewelry &c., at a very small
profit, and thus establish our reputation for
The Cheapest and Best Articles.
Watches and Clocks nearly and carefully re
paired.—The Highest Price allowed fur Old
Gold ru.d Silver.
3. T. SCOTT.
N. B. Out fricnils and others who may wish
to pat Toni e 01"1"S C BEA I' JE %V 1.7.1 .101 .
STORE," will please bear in mind that he has
removed his establishment from the corner long
occupied by D. Buoy, to the location above
described. where he hopes to greet his old and
ninny new customerb.
untingdon, April 9. 3850.
CEA OTENITZ mccpoa.
Respectfully informs the public fiat he has
Removed his establishment to tho room recently
occupied by T. K. t- mouton. opposite the store
of T. Read & on, where, in oddities to his
former stuck. he has just received the most
dugout PPP. talent of
Clothing for Men and Boys
ever brought to the borough of Huntingdon !
His stork consists in part of Dress and Frock
COATS, a variety of PANTS and
VESTS, of every quality and price ; Shirts,
flannel shirts and drawers, cravats, &c. &e.
Having considerable knowledge of the wants
of the People, and being experienced in the
quality and make of Clothing, he can confident
ly assure the public shot the material isnot only
good but that his stock of clothing is well made
up, in the most fashionable style. Having put
chased low, he is determined to sell at such
prices as will cause the people generally 10 hail
his store as the
Cheap Clothing Depot I
Every body. in town and country, are invited to
call and examine hie truly
N. 8.--Clothing will he made up for customers
no heretofore, in the beat style and shortest
Huntingdon, April 9, 1950.
ESTATE OP .7,11/ES ROSS, OF BRADY
r ETTERS of Adininistrntron have been gran
ted to the subscriber upon the eetato of
.I.vmes Rosy. of Brady township Huntingdon
county deceased. All persons having claims,
will present them duly authenticated, and those
indebted are requested to make payment to
THOS. ROSS, Admr,
SIGN OF THE BIG POLE.
Shaving, Hair Dressing and Sham-
peon In g.
Would respectfully inform the publingeneral
ly, that ho continues to carry on Shavi, g, flair
Dresoing and Sharupoonims, in the room over
Henry Africa's Oyster Saloon, in Allrgheny
street, where he invites ell desiring hisserviees
to give him a call.' He is determined to give
ch i ne attention to his linsinese, and feels confi
dent that he can render satisfaction to all who
favor him with their custom.
April 9,1850.-.-3 t. pd.
1.141 of Leiters
DEMAINING in the Post Mee at Hunting•
1% don, April Ist, 1850.
James Ayres John Amber
Conrad Arnold Yrederiek Arford
J. B. Ayres
Jacob Brenneman 2 George Bolinger
John J. Burnbaugh 2 Mrs. Margaret Bender
Thomas Bryan John Birney
John Beatty Alexander Baxter
Henry Bower Michael Brian 2
Elizabeth Best Thomas Bourk 2
Thomas Bighain John Bourk 5
Rudolph Brenneman George Birton
Simon Bales Michael Birmingham
Wm. Cunningham John Carr
.Matthew Cornelius Jacob E. Carothers
John Conway Patrick Cowen
Richard Cqobler Leary Con
Henry Cramer John Cronier
Gen. Wm. Clark James Creen
peter Clark 2 Martin Coma
David Corbin, Jr.
Dr. E. Detwiler 2 MISS Ann I. Dealy
Sarah Doph 2 John Dorris
Charles Dasoy John 0. Dewitt
John Ervine 3
Stewart Foster Jacob Fretz
Solomon Fink Mrs. Fester
John Gaynor 3 Elizabeth Gibson
Andrew Guinnane Jacob Gelbaugh
Wrn. Houston Calvin B. Horning, Jr.
John Hicks George Ilitzman
Hugh Hamilton Henry Hoop
David Hetrick William Hundorf
Jacob Hieman Lavinah Hoffman
Jacob Jones Hinkle
Mrs. Mortict Isenberg Wm. M. Jones
John Johnston Miss Sarah James
Miss Mary Ann Kline Michael Kramer
Mary Kemp Joseph King
Robert Lambert Dennis Lary
David Long Lieberger & Dorsh
B. M. Lee Got lieb Laelienmein
John 11. Lightner Geo. Lubrick
Win. R. M'Murtrie John M'Cornb
Adam Morningstar Bartholomew Mathews
Patrick Mahen George Mathews
Davin Milliams John M'Dermitt
John Morrow Thomas P. Miller
Martin Mitchell Wm. Morgan
Mrs. Mary Marty M.ss Mary Malay
Hugh M'Clure Miss Ann E. Maloy
Thomas Martin Mrs. Mathews
Robert Madden Gregg Watson
Charles Merthy 2 1)anl. Manion
John J. Moore Burney Meany
John Osborn Samuel Peightol
Miss Mary Jane Pope John Port
Jeremiah Row John Ross
Mrs. Jane Rung 2 Elijah Ring
Jeremiah Rawdulph James Ryan
John Rubinson Hugh Riley
John D. Ross
Samuel Stewart Daniel Showalter
Ed ward Smith Simon C. Shine
John Smith Miller Stewart
Alexander Stewart John Shaver
A. B. Shenefelt Wm. Steel
Joseph Scott John Shaffer.
Charles Taylor Mrs. Amanda Tarmen
John Towne Samuel Thoman
William Van Orsdol
Henry Wood Cornelius 'Melton 2
Joseph Wiley William Walls
James T. Wilson John Westbrook
Egbert Woodbridge Patrick Walsh
Henry West James Walls
David R. Wilson C. G. Wittnan
Charles Wolverton Philip Weaver
Persons inquiring for letters on the above list
will please say they are advertised.
CL — Two cents in addition to the regular post
age charged on advertised letters.
PETER C. SWOOPE, P. M.
Huntingdon, April 9, 1859-31.
J. T. S,
FARM FOR SALE.
The subscriber wishes to Sell at priirale Sale,
a Small l'arin, situate in A ughwick Valley, and
within three miles of Ilurnt l abins, on three
Mountain road. Said Farm has erected thereon
a commodious Two Story Lug House, and Barn,
with a Spring House, &e., 72 acres of the above
Form is warranted and defended, c nd also a con
veyance of 28 acres.
A Tannery Property,
with a new Frame Building of Fwo Storteff, wtth
Stable, &c.. and n never failing Spring of Water,
from a Well, with a good pump therein, Five
Tan Vats, &c.,
The above property will be sold by the sub
scriber, on the most accommodating terms, by
TIIOS. W. NEELY.
Dublin Towniihi p.
Agent for Joseph Sell, Truiiteo for Thomas
'Porlbu ri ter.
April 9, 1950.
To Farmers and Men of Business.
OILi, CANDLES AND GUANO.
THE subscriber offers, at the lowest rates, in
any quantity to suit purchasers.
GENUINE PERUVLAN GU.d.NO.
and a •ariety or
SPERM, WHALE, LARD, AND
.71fanufacturers, Tanners, Farmers,
Dealers and Consumers, are invited to
CEO. W. RIDGWAY,
N 0.87 North Whervee, the first
below Race street, Philadelphia,
April 9,1850.-2 m.
ESTATE OF RICILIED PLOWMAN; Op
BRADY TOWNSHIP, DEC'D.
] ETTE RS of Administration have been gran
led to the subscribers, upon the estate of
Richard Plowman, late of Brady township, de
ceased. All persons having clai M 9 will present
them duly authenticated, and thou° indebted are
requested to make payment.
EDWARD L. PLOWMAN,
A Aril 9, 1850 —Gt. .bestiori,riaturs.
T UST received at the " OLD LOCUST
CORNER." the following very desirable
articles from Pittsburg, viz
1,000 lbs. Sugar cured and Canvassed
2,000 P;ain cured do.
200 ‘4 Prime Cream Cheese.
300 Venison Hums.
Six bushels white soup beans ; and
ELEGANT MP SUGAR.
Superior corn brooms, zinc wash
boards, twilled bags, lard oil, star
candles, (a new article,) bed cords, &c.;
all of which will be sold on reasonable
We have also just received and open
ed our splendid stock of Dry Goods,
Groceries, boots and shoes, bonnets.
hats and caps, ready made clothing, &c.,
juaf received from Philadelphia. As we
are determined to
purchasers are earnestly invited to call
and examine our stock, when, we have
no doubt, they will be satisfied that our
goods are excellent in quality and sea
sonable in price.
FISHER, ItUMURTRIE & Co.
Huntingdon, April 2, 1850.
To travel as .agents for Me History of
THE MEXICAN WAR,
THE subscriber is now publishing the
ry of the Mexican War. including Itiogra
phical sketches of the lives of Generals Taylor,
Scott, Worth,Wo Qoitinari, and set ,
eral others of the most distinguished officers.—
Illustrated with numerous Engravings and Por
fly John Frost L. L. D.
A number of enterprising and intelligent men
of good character, are offered profitable employ
ment, in circulating by subscription the above
work in Huntingdcn county. and other counties
in the State of Pennsylvania.
The terms, which are very liberal, will be
given on application to the subscriber, post
paid. This work will never be sold in Book
stores. but exclusively by agents at a reasona
ble arid uniform price.
11. MANSFIELD, Bookseller and
Publisher, 134 York at.,
April 2,1850.] New Haven, Connecticut.
UOR the Intellectual and Moral training of
11 young persons and children of both sexes,
kept by J. A. kl %LI., in the new Academy
building, Ifuntingdon, l'a.
The spring session will commence on MosinAT,
THE 22d Dun or• Arm'. Jul,. For particulars
apply to the Teacher.
J. A. HALL,
Rev. J. Moore, A. P. Wilson, J. S. Stewart,
R. M'.A lister, EFils; Messrs. B. I. l l — Miirtie, W.
B. Zeigler andJ. N. Nowell; Judge Gwin, Hon.
George Taylor and Col. James Clark.
April 2d. 1950.
Pay Up!—Last Notice.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
the late firm of Swoops & Moore, Alexandria
l'a, are requested to make immediate pacmeat.
All accounts remaining unpaid tip to Nov. 1,
1850, will be left in the hands of a proper officer
for collection. The books of the flim will lie
settled at the old stand.
I. N. SWOOPE,
%VAL 1110011 E.
Alexandria, April 1, 1840.
"VITE take this method of informing our friends
V and the public generally, that owing to
an increase of business we have removed our
'Watch, Jewelry, and Variety Store,
to the large room on the corner of Hill and
streets, formerly occupied by Col. D.
Buoy as a Watch and Jewelry Store.
We have just returned from the eastern cities
with a very large and handsome assortment of
Fine Gold and Silver Watches,
Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery,
Fire arms, Musical Instruments,
• Stationary, Perfumery,
Candlabras, and Fancy .articles.
Notwithstanding these articles now demand
a higher price in the eastern market than former
iy, we have purchased our goods remarkably
low, and are determined to sell Canoe.
N I..FF & MILLER.
N. B. The highest prices paid in Cash for
old gold and silver.
TABLE, tea and salt spoons, butter
I and fruit knives, sugnr tongs, forks
and purse clasps made of coin, for sale
by NEFF & MILLER.
April 2, 1850.
OF everydescription, from $1 to
$lOO, received and for sale by
April 2, 'so.] NEFF & MILLER.
ASPLENDID assortment of the fi
nest knives and scissors manufac
tured by Rodgers and Wostenholm, for
sale by NEFF & MILLER.
April 2, 1850.
A ND other pistols, rifles and shot
11 guns, (imported) double and single
barrels, percussion caps, game bags,
powder flasks, &c., for sale by
NEFF & MILLER.
April 2, 1850,
ATIOLINS, flutes, glitters, flageolets,
V accordeons, banjoes, nod musical
boxes, for sale by Nnr•r
April '2, 1850.
gifiE People, both in town and coon
-1 try, will be delighted to learn that
DORSET di. MAGUZRE
have just received from the Eastern cities, a
splendid assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which they are offering, se usual, at most estan
ishing LOW PRICES. Their stock compri
ses every thirg that the wants of the People re
quire, and is made up, in part, of the most ex
tensive variety of all the miens styles, selected
to suit all tastes, of
Ladles & Gentlemen's Dress . Goode,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Hardware,
Quecnsware, Groceries, &c.
We neither wish to boast or deceive, in regard to
the superior quality or the low prices of our
goods. and hence invite the public at large
to call and examine lot themselves. It will give
us pleasure nt all times to chow our goods.
Thankful Ibr past favors, we hope by strict
attention to business to receive a liberal share of
- DORSEY & MAGUIRE .
Huntingdon, April 2,1850.
NOW FOR THE BARGAINS!
J! Al.w and Splendid assortment of
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
Has just been received at the Cheap
and popular Stand of
CO. 310 ®E C:fit C.M '3Kr a til 0
Market Square, Huntingdon Pa.
HIS stock has been selected with
great care, with a view to cheap
ness and good quality, and comprises, in part,
Cloths of all kinds, French, Belgian and Fancy
Cassimeres, Kentucky Jeans, Croton, Oregon,
sad Tweed 1, loths, Vestings, Flannels and
Drillings, and a variety of Cotton goods for sum
mer wear, Mouslin de Laines, French Lawns,
and Scarfs, Shawls and Handkerchiefs, Alpac
caa, Merinos, a large assortment of Calicoes of
the newest styles and at low prices, Earkt on.
French, Scotch and Domestic Gingham. and
Balzorines, French and Irish Linens, Checks,
Bed Pickings, Muslins and Sheetings, &c., &c.
Having heretofore been honored by a large
patronage from the Ladies he has procured the
moat elegant assortment of
Ladies' Dress Goods,
ever brought to the interior of the State. A leo :
Boots Shoes, Hats and Caps, Groceries,
Hardware, Queensware, &c.;
and a great satiety of goods of all kinds. In
short be is prepared to offer
to those who favor him with their custom. All
are invited to call and judge for themselves. It
affords him pleasure to exhibit his goods at all
All kinds of Country Produce taken in ex
change fur goods. GEO. °WIN.
April 2, 1850.
NOII'ICE TO CONTRACTORS.
rill AT sealed proposals will he received at
I the house of James Chamberlain, in War
riersmark town, up to 4 o'clock P. M., of Satur
day, the 6th day of April next, for the construc
tion of from 8 to 10 miles of the Spruce creek and
Philipsburg Turnpike road, commencing at the
Spruce creek and Waterstreet Turnpike. Plans,
specifications and conditions will be ex htbi;cd on
clay of letting. Security will be required from
contractors for the fulfilment of their contracts.
JACOB S. MATTERN, Seery.
March 26, 1550.
EMO VA L.
Scott's Watch, Clock, and Jewelry
HAS been removed from the corner
opposite William Dorris' Store to
to the room formerly occupied as the Post Of
fice, directly opposite the Sons of Temperance
Hall. His friends and the public are respect
fully invited to give a call.
March 26, 1850.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
THE subscribers to the capitol stock
of the Spruce Creek and Philipsburg
Turnpike Road Company, will take notice that
an instalment of ten per cent. on their stock will
be required to be paid to the subscriber in War
riorsmark town, on the first Monday of each
month successively until all is paid, commen
cing on the first Monday in May next. A fail
ure to comply will subject the subscribers to
the payment of the penalty of one per cent. per
month according to the provisions of the acts of
Assembly in this case made and provided.
BENJ. F. PATTON,
March 26, 1850
%THEREAS,hy precept to me ditected by the
1 V Dodges of the Common Pleas of the coun
ty of Huntingdon. bearing tint the 191 h day of
Jan., A. D. 1850.1 am commanded to make
public proclamation throughout my whole baili
wick that a Court of Common Pleas, will Le held
at the Court House in the borAugh of Huntingdon,
in the county of Huntingdon, on the 34.11 Monday
(and 15th day) of April A. D. 185', for the
trial of all issues in said court, which remain un
determined before the said judge., when and
where all jurors, witnesses and suitors, in the
trial of iteid issues are requited.
TIWE W CROWNOVER, Sheriff.
Huntingdon, March, 12, 1850. t
BOAT FOR SALE.
/11E1E subscriber offers for sale a Tide
Water CANAL BOAT, now laying
in the Canal at the first Lock above
Jackstown, which will be disposed of
low for CASH.
Apply to T1101 , 1A3 READ, Esq., Hun.
tingdon, or the subscriber in Cussville
Mnrch 5, 1850,
Ti HAMMOND will have Huntingdon
on the 9th and 10th of ,A pril, a choice lot
of innoculated peach trees. Most of the kinds
are selected from his own orchard, rind co slat
only of the very choicest varieties. The tree.
hose largo toots. Among the very best are the
Yellow A lberg, %N . hits Luscious, Rare Ripe, and
Coles Morris red.
April 2, 1850,*
IURE California Gold wedding rings for sale
by NEFF & MILLER.
Oct. no, 1819
LAST FAST CLOTHING LINE.
& w. =ARA
nave just received and are now open
-11 ing a well selected and mammoth
Spring and Summer Clothing,
for men and boys, consiating of every thing usu
ally kept in clothing store., and a variety of fan
cy articles annually kept in them. Our stook
is superior to nay other ever brought to Huts
tingdon, and is not inferior to any other eves
between Philadelphia anti Pintburg.
Presuming it unnecessary toenamerate a long
list of low pliceit, as the establishment has been
long and favor slily known as the h3use for sel
ling cheap unit fnhionahle clo thing.
B. & VV.SNAR&
March 25,1850-3 m,
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
JOHN STONE & SONS
IMPORTERS ANDDEALERS IN
SILKS, RIBBONS AND MILLINERY GOODS,
No. 45 South Second Street,
o m U i
1 1 4 , c l) . call er. v
j a n t g te t n b l e i on
city,o M w e rtelrh
eir t s m a r n g i:
and rich assortment of
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS,
received by late arrivals Born France, such an
Glace silks for easing bonnets,
Fancy Bonnet and Cap Ribbon.,
Plain Mantua and Satan Ribbons, from No. 1
to No. 12,
French and American Artificial Flowers.
White and colored Crapes,
French C hip
Fancy Nets and Laves,
Fancy Trimming., Quilling., Crowns, Tip.,
Covered \A halebones, Buckram., Cone, iSrc.„
Together v.ith every article appertaining to the
March 26, 1856.-Im.
aa au a ua C 11) Eto.
Book and Stationary Depot.
THE subscriber respectfully informs
'1 the citizens of Huntingdon and its
vicinity, th:t be has commenced bossiness in the
stand formerly occupied by 1. Dorland, opposite
Coot's Hotel., and baring made arrangement•
with the Pbiledell.hia Merehante to have con
stantly on hand, upon commission,the following
'general assortment of
consisdng of Ledgers, Day Book.. receipt, pass
books and Justices Docket.. Also—every de
scription of writing and deed paper, white and
colored pasteboard, plain and perforated brisk.'
board, tissue paper, &c,
BLANK. DEEDS &C.,
Black, blue and red ink. ; ink powder, quill., wa
fers, inkstands, nteel pens, sand and sand boxes,
lead pencils, Indian rubber, water colors, elates
and elate pencils.
of every description, of late editions kept con
stantly on hand.
LARGE FAMILY BIBLES,
Pocket Bibles and Testaments, Hymn and
Psalm Books, Prayer Books, &c.,
Fancy Note Paper and Envelops,
of every variety, Albums, portfolios, pocketbooks,
annuals, fancy boxes, wafers and sealing wax.
visiting cards, bead purses, penknife. and every
variety of fancy goods.
Novels, Song Books, Music, .Miscela
neous works, Scc,
consisting of extracts for the Handkerchief.
Soaps, Shaving Cream, Cologne, Sec.
Also—Cigars of the choicest brands, Chew
ing tobacco, &c
HORACE W. SMITH
SHAD, CODFISH, Constantly on hand and
SALMON, for sale by
HERRINGS, J. PALMER & Co.
PORK, Market Street Wharf,
HAMS AND SIDES, PHILADELPHIA
LARD Si CHEESE, j
March 26, 1850.—.3m,
HUNTINGDON AND BROAD-TOP
BOOKS will be opened to receive subecrip-
D l io n s for stoek in the Hvntingdon and Broad
Top Railroad Company et the public house of
Thomas rs allure in the borough of Huatingdon
on Monday the 22d day of April, at Bedford
Forge in the county or Bedford on Friday the
19th day of April, and at Martinsburg, Blair Co.
on Friday the 26th day of April next. Some of
the undersigned to ominissionera will aticad at
the times and places above mentioned. to receive
the subscriptions of all person entitled by law
to subscribe for stock in said company.
Thos. Fisher, Issac Cook,
A. P. Wilson, Jos. C•lasman,
John G. Miles, James Saxton,
John McCahan, James Entiiken,
David Plait, John Ker,
Levi Evans, Alex. King,
Jacob Cresaiveli. Matthew M. Peebles'
James Patton, Commission/us,