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PHILADELPHIA, July 30, 1851
Flour per bbl. $4 25
White Wheat per bushel 1 01
Red do 90
Oats ' 43
Farmers, hereafter, may rely upon being kept
fully booked up in regard to the Philadelphia mar
ket for produce—our quotations are taken from
the "North American and United States Gazette,"
one of the best and most reliable commercial pa
pers in the Union.
A BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG MEN.
Shade Gap, Huntingdon County, Pa.
Rev. J. Y. MOGINNES, A. M.,Princi pal and
Professor of Natural an d Moral Sciences.
J. H. W. MoGnorns, A. M., Professor of
Dr. MolCantzir, A. 8., Professor of Mathe
THE Course of Instruction embraces. all the
Branches necessary to prepare young men
either for the higher Classes in College, or for
the duties of a profession and the active business
The Academy Buildings are new, commodious
and in every way adapted to the accommodation
of a large number of Students. The location to
distinguished for its healthfulness and the moral
and religions character of its surrounding com
munity. The year is divided into two sessions of
nvim ' , downy; each. The Winter Session com
mencing on the lot Wednesday of November and
the Summer Session on the last Wednesday of
TERMS PER SESSION
Orthography, Reading and Writing,
Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar,
Mathematics, Greek and Latin'Lan
French and German, each (addition
al charge,) 5,00
Boarding, exclusive of fuel and lights
The whole expenses for a Session, inclusive of
Tuition, Washing, Fuel, &c., do not amount
to over $5O, and with economy, less.
dir The subscriber, encouraged by the liberal
patronage he has already received, would repeat
that he is determined to spare no effort in snaking
the Institution under his care, one that will com
mend itself to all parents and guardians who de
sire to give their Sons and wards thorough pre
paritory education without exposing them to the
contaminating and immoral influences that exist
in more populous communities.
Th . e
cir place is easy of access, being on the
Stage route that connects Chambersburg with the
Central Railroad at Drake's Ferry.
il% For reference or further particulars ad
dress J. Y. McGINNES.
Shade Gap, Pa., July 31, 1851-4 m
Philadelphia Medical louse,
ESTABLISHED 15 TEAM AGO BY
N. W. Corner of Third and Union Streets,
Between Spruce and Pine Streets
FIFTEEN years of extensive and uninterrupted
practice spent in this city have rendered Dr.
K. the most expert and successful practitioner
far and near, in the treatment of all diseases of a
private natire. Persons afflicted with ulcers up
on the body, throat, or legs, pains in the head or
hones, mercurial rheumatism, strictures, gravel,
disease arising from youthful excesses or impuri
ties of the blood, whereby the constitution has be
come enfeebled, are all treated with success.
lie who places himself under the care of Dr.
K., may religiously confide in his honor as a gen
tleman, and confidently rely upon his skill as a
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Young Men who have injured themselves by a
certain practice indulged in—a habit frequently
learned from evil companions or at school—the ef
fect of which aro nightly felt, even when asleep,
and destroy both mind and body, should apply
immediately. Weakness and constitutional de
bility, loss of muscular energy, physical lassitude
and general prostration, irritability and all ner
's-nun affections, indigestion, sluggishness of the
liver, and every disease in any way connected
with the disorder of the procreative functions cur
ed, and full vigor restored.
YOUTH & MANHOOD.
A 'rigorous Life, or a Premature Death.
Kinkilin on self Preservation. Only 25 cents.
This Book just published is filled with useful
information, on the infirmities and diseases of the
Generative Organs. It addresses itself alike to
YOUTH MANHOOD and OLD AGE, and
-should be read by all.
The valuable advice and impressive warning it
gives, will prevent years of misery and suffering
and save annually thousands of lives.
Barents by reading it will learn how to prevent
the destruction of their children. _ _ .
remittance of 25 cents, enclosed in a let
ter, addressed to DR. KINKELIN, N. W. corner
of Third and Union streets. between Spruce and
Pine, Philadelphia, will ensure a book, under en
velope, per return of mail.
Persons at a distance may address Dr. K. by
letter, (post-paid,) and be cured nt home.
Packages of Medicines, Directions, &c., for
warded, by sending a remittance, and put up se
cure from damage or curiosity.
All persons tithing unsettled accounts with the
late firm of Dorsey eic Maguire are respectfully re
quested to call and have the same satisfactorily
arranged, as they aro determined to have the ac
counts settled without respect to persons.
Huntingdon July 31, 1841.
Eldridge% Patent Corn Sheller:
The attention of the Public is invited to this
Improvement in Corn Shelters, which is acknowl
edged to be fur superior to any other, being on
an entirely new principle shelling the Corn length
wise of the car, the cob passing straight through
without revolving, thereby requiring no gearing
to increase its speed, which adds so materially to
the cost of other machines. It turns easier and
shells cleaner than any other, and is porta
-Ide in size and durable in construction, Persons
interested aro invited to call and see it in oppera
tion. Tho Right of this and other Counties for
Salo. For further particulars address or ap
ply to DAVID ELDRIDGE,
North W. Cor. 2nd & Dock sts. 3rd story.
Philada. July 31, 1851.-3 m.
The accounts of the late James Clark
for advertising and job work, have been
put into the hands of the undesigned for
collection. Therefore persons who are in
debted for such work, or whose accounts
are unsettled, will please call and make
settlement with the undersigned at his
Office in Huntingdon.
W. P. ORBISON.
P. S. All monies due said Clark for
subscriptions to the Journal" aro to be
paid to Win. H. Nights], the present pro
prietor, he having purchased the sumo.
Huntingdon July 17 'sl] W. P. 0.
LIST OF JURORS--Aug. Term, ISSI
David Beck, jr Farmer, Warriorsmark township,
Benjamin Beers, Just. Peace, Cromwell
Jacob Baker, farmer, Springfield
Solomon Boyers, farmer, Springfield
Peter Curfinan, farmer, Cass
Ephraim Doyle, carpenter, Shirley
Martin Flenner, wagon maker, Walker
John B Given, merchant, Walker
James Ewing, farmer, Barren
Barlets Ealy, blacksmith, Brady
Oliver Etnier, farmer, Shirley
James Horning, farmer, Barron
Miles Lewis, farmer, West
John Levingston, farmer, West
John Lyon, iron master, Franklin
Robert Kinkead, just. peace, Morris
William Moore, merchant, forte•
Henry B Mytinger, gentleman, Morris
Thomas E Orbison, merchant, Cromwell
Solomon Rough, miller, Porter
George H Steiner, merchant, Morris
John Stryker, farmer, West
George Sipes, farmer, Cromwell
Hiram Williamson, farmer, West
Daniel Africa, laborer, Henderson township,
Henry Brewster, merchant, Shirley
William Campbell, farmer, Dublin
Richard Culegate, blacksmith, Cromwell
Nicholas Corbin, shoemaker, Cass
William Dowling, shoemaker, West
James Entrekin, merchant, Hopewell
Thomas Enyart, farmer, Penn
David Fraker, merchant, Shirley
Caleb Guyer, farmer, Warriorsmark
Charles Green, fanner, West
James Galbraith, farmer, Shirley
John Gersinger, farmer, Penn
James K Hampson, inn Keeper, Brady
Adam Hoffman, chairrnaker, Walker
David Jeffries, just. peace, Dublin
George Keith, farmer, Tod
Lenard 0 Kessler, merchant, Brady
William S Lincoln, farmer, Walker
George Leas, farmer, Warriorsmark
David MeMurtrie, merchant, Henderson
George McWilliams, merchant, Morris
Charles Mickley, manager, Tod
David B Mong, farmer, Warriorsmark
James Miller, farmer, Brady township
George W Mattern, farmer, Franklin
Daniel Neff, farmer, Porter
Philip Piper, gentleman, Porter
Benjamin F Patton, Merchant, Warriorsmark
William Pheasant, farmer, Unioh
damuel Pellet ; bricklayer, Henderson
John Rouse, farmer, Dublin
Hugh Seeds, farmer, Franklin
John Smith, farmer Banco
Samuel Smith, laborer, Henderson
Eliel Smith, just. peace, Union
Azariah Sackers, farmer, Warriorsmark
Christain Shontz jr, farmer, Hopewell
James Siberia, fanner, Tell
.ienry Shively, farmer, roost
Thomas G Striker, plasterer, Walker
Thoinas Schell, taylor, Warriorsmark
James Stewart, (manor) fanner, Barren
A J Taylor, saddler Dublin
Walter Vantries, constable, Warriorsmark
Casper Weight, farmer, Morris
John Whitney, manager, Tod
Thomas Irvino, farmer, Union
Alexander Ambrose, founder Franklin Township,
James Alexander, farmer, Jackson
Washington Baker, farmer, Tod
Jacob E Bare, farmer, Springfield
William W Campbell, farmer, Toll
Abraham Cromwell, merchant, West
Conrad Curfinan, fanner, Cass ,
John Donelson, farmer, Hopewell
James Ewing, farmer, Franklin
John Flemming, fancier, Cromwell
Daniel Grazier, farmer, Warriorsmark
Alen Green, farmer, Banes
David Henderson, fanner,
Samuel Jones, carpenter, Franklin
William Jordan, farmer, Cromwell
Henry Lee, farmer, Jackson
Peter Levingston, farmer, Barren
James Lane Sr., miller, Brady
George Lininger, farmer, Walker
James M Lloyd, farmer,
John Moore, carpenter, Shirley
John MeKinstrey, farmer, Shirley
John McCarty, farmer, Brady
James McCracken, farmer, Brady
David Parker, blacksmith, Warnormark
John Price, farmer, Shirley
Job Plympton, machinist, Morris
Edward L Plowman, farmer, Brady
William Rutter, farmer,___Cromwell
Read, farmer, West
Richardson Read, merchant, Cuss
William Stinson, farmer, Tod
John C Wilson, farmer, West
Levi Westbrook, shoemaker, Henderson
Henry Zimmerman, Justice Pence, Ilopewell
WHEREAS by a precept to mo directed, dated
at Huntingdon, the 9th day of April A. D.
1851, under the hands and seals of the Hon.
George Taylor,President of the Court of Com
mon Please, yer and Terminer, and general
jail delivery of the 20th judicial district of Penn
sylvania composed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cum
bria, and the Hon. James Gwin and Jonathan
McWilliams,his associates, Judges of the county
of Huntingon, justices assigned, appointed, to
hear try and determine all and every indictments
made or taken for or concerning all crimes, which
by the laws of the State are made capital or folo
mes of death and other offences crimes and misde
meanors, which have been or shall hereafter be
Committed or perpetrated for crimes aforesaid
am commanded to make public proclamation
throughout my whole bailiwick that a Court of
Oyer and Terminer, of Common Pleas and
Quarter sessions, will be held at the Court House
in the borough of Huntingdon, on the second Mon
day (and 11th day) of August next, and those
who will prosecute the said prisoners ho then and
there to prosecute them as it shall he just, and
that all Justices of the Peace, Coronora and
Constables within said county be then and there
in their proper persons, et 10 o'clock, A. M. of
said day, with their records, inquisitions, exami
nations and remembrances, to do those things
which to their offices respectfully appertain.
Dated at Huntingdon the 23e1 day of July in the
year of our Lord 1851, and the 75th year of
WM. B. ZEIGLER, Sleff.
July 24,1851 .
WIIIMEAS by a precept to me directed by the
Judges or the Common Pleas of the coun
ty of Huntingdon, bearing test, the 9th of April,
1851, I am commanded to make Public Procla
mation throughout my whole baliwick, that a
court of Common Pleas, will be hold at the Court
House in the borough of Huntingdon, on the 3d
Monday (mid 18th day) of August, A. D., .1851,
for the trial of all issues in said Court, which re
mains undetermined before the said Judges, when
and where all jurors, witnesses and suitors, In
the trial of all issues are required to appear.
Dated at Huntingdon the 23d of July in the
year of our Lord 1851, and the 75th year of
- WM. B. ZEIGLER, Sherfg
TRIAL LIST--August Term, ISM.
Wray Maize vs William Campbell.
Randall Alexander vs Blair & Madden.
A. W. Benedict vs David Milliken
John Fulton et al vs John Waters et al
Joseph Stewart's Ex vs B E McMurtrie
Com'th for Hudson vs John Shaver
Robert Barr vs J W Myton's heirs et al
Math Garner's Ex vs Sebastian Keely
Isaac Woolverton vs Elisha Shoemaker
I Elias Hoover vs Daniel Teague et al
1 William Welch vs Nathanial Kelly
Math. Garner's Ex vs Dan'l Kyler
Andrew Shaw vs John Montgomery
Ennis & Porter vs Andrew Stewart's Adms
John E Thompson et al vs John W Swoop°
John Wingard vs Jacob Brubaker
.T.,zabeth G Morrison vs Geo Hutchison
lid. Tramp. Co. for use vs B O'Friel's adms
Daniel Kirfinan's adms vs Robert Speer
Sam'l Caldwell vs Dan'l Teague of al
Elias Hoover vs Dan'l Teague et al
George Jackson vs Conrad Wittich
Corn for use of Vanes vs Vance & Alexander
John White's Adms vs Semi Eckley
Clarissa Holland's Adms vs David Styer
John Dearment for use vs James Alexander
Samuel Shoemaker for nse vs Hunt. Pres. Cong.
George Randolph vs F A Jennings & Co
G R & J H Shoenherger vs Deng Bressler et al
J &J Milliken vs William Couch's Ex
Fetzer & Riddle vs John List
Devon & Greene vs Banks & Cromwell
Zentmyer for Good vs Martin Gates' Adms
Martin Gates Adms vs Math. Crownover &c
Christian Ladner & Co vs McGraw & Fitzpatrick
Com'th for Lowry vs John Shaver
Sam'! S Barr vs John Willamson
Joseph Ennis vs James S Lawrence
John Love for use vs Mitchell Vance & Alexander
John Bridenbaugh &c vs Philip L. Fox
1 William Gaglutgan vs William Colder & Co
John Walters for use vs Spang Keller & Co
Mary Ann Hileman vs Same
A C Blair &c vs David Welch
Sam'! Ritterman vs James Entrekin
William McNito vs John Dougherty et al
Amos L Smith vs Chileote & Myerly
Com'th for Johns vs Ramsey & Madden
Jos H Spayd et al vs William Moore
Robert Speer vs Isaac G Gorsuch
Dennis Donovan vs The Penna. Railroad Co
Thomas Ashton vs Henry Keister's Ex
Moore & Myton vs Michael Steffey &c
A Burn's Adms for use vs Satn'll3urket et al
John Hoper for use vs John Smith's Adms &c
Andrew Freaker vs Benjamin Megahan et al
Sane! Storey vs Michael Steffey
BUSINESS MEN to take the exclusive Agency
(for a County or Counties) for the Sale of the
GERMAN WASHING FLUID, being an article
much cheaper and easier to use than soap, and is
warranted to perfectly cleanse all kinds of cloth
ing, containing no Potash, Soda-eel,, Spirits of
Turpentine, Ammonia, Acids, or any article what
over that will in any manner injure the finest fab
ric or Mo./task. It is an article which, when once
introduced, constant sales can be made with large
profits to the Agents. For full particulars regard
ing prices, terms, &c., address (post paid) to
I. P. HOYT & Co.,
No. 26 South Fah St., Philad'a
Philad'a, July 24, 1851.-2 m.
FREDERICK & CHRISTIAN SNYDER
Take this method of informing the Public, that
in addition to their
Ice Cream Saloon
they have fitted up in splendid style an EATING
Roost for gentlemen, where every luxury, as well
as the substantials of the season, will be served up
in such a manner, as to make an Epicurean smack
his lips with gusto.
Spiing Chickens, Oysters, Roast Beef, Boiled
Lamb, Boast Mutton, f f-c. t f c., with all the flutes
can be had nt any time. Suppers will be prepared
fthlparties on timely notice being given.
We are determined to spare no efforts to make
our establishment a place of agreeable resort.
Our stock offruits E c• Confectionaries is unrivalled.
We wish every person to give as a call, when we
are certain we shall have the extreme pleasure, of
having them "emit again and again."
F. & C. SNYDER.
Hunt., July, 1851. tf
Written and Verbal, will be received at
SCOTT'S Cheap Jewelry Store, opposite the Sous
of Temperance Hall, for any number of Watches
or Clocks, and any quantity of the most fashion
able Jewelry, &c., which ho is now prepared to
furnish on the very lowest terms, wholesale and
retail, having just returned from the east with a
new supply . Purchasers are respectfully invited
to give him a bid.
N. B. Watches and Clocks carefully repaired
and cleaned and warranted.
Hunt. July 10, 1801. tf
Do you owe Stevens, Snyder Si Co.
Persons whose accounts with that firm are unset
tled may save themselves costs & trouble by calling
at the office of Daniel Africa Esq., in whose hands
the bookr have been placed. Such as are either
unpaid, or not amicably ascertained and settled
within three weeks from this date will he sued up
on. As persons may be entitled to credits that
are not entered, they should see to the matter
soon. [July 17, 1851.-3 t
AVIAN & MARKS inform the public that they
still continue to make coffins at the old stand
formerly occupied by Thomas Burchinell in the
rear of the Sons of Temperance Hall, fronting on
Washington Street, and attend funerols either
in town or country. They keep a splendid Hearse
for the accommodation of their customers.
July 17, 1851.—tf
TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
I MLLE undesigned begs leave to call the atten
tiona of Printers and Publishers, to the titct
that ho continues to manufacture all kinds of
BOOK, NEWSPAPER, JOB and FANCY
TYPE at his old stand, N. W. Corner of Third &
Chestnut streets, Philadelphia, at his usual low
prices for cash,. Ito hAs just introduced a large
quantity of new style
JOB & FANCY TYPE,
all of which are made of the best metal; and for
beauty of finish and durability, cannot be surpass
ed by any other foundry in the Union. Ills long
experience in the different branches of the trade
as well as in the mixing of metals, will, ho flatters
himself, enabled him to make a better article and
at a much less price than any of his competitors.
He keeps constantly on hand a large variety of
Cases, Chases,Composing Sticks,lmposing-stones,
Common and Brass Galleys, Stands, Bodkins,
Brass Rules, Leads, Printing Presses, Furniture,
and all other articles required in a Printing Office.
Old Typo taken in exchange for new at nine
cents per pound.
Printers aro requested to call and examine his
speciments before purchasing elsewhere. All or
ders thankfully received and promptly attended to,
at his Philadelphia Typo Foundry, comer of
Third and Chestnut streets.
July 3, 1851.-1 y.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons inter
ested, that the following named persons have set
tled their accounts in the Register's office, at Hun
and that the said accounts will be pre
sented for confirmation and allowance, at an
Orphans' Court to be held at Huntingdon, in and
for said county of Huntingdon, on Wednesday
the 15th day of August next.
1. Ephraim Yingling Administrator of the estate
of Jacob Stambaugh late of Tod township, deed.
2. John Skinner, Executor of the last will and
testament of Robert M'Farland, late of Tell
8. Benjamin Leas, Administrator of the estate
Of Mary Barton, late of the borough of Shirloys •
4. Trust account of Christian and Daniel Yo
der, Trustees appointed by the Court to sell the
real estate of Daniel Yoder, late of Brady town
5. John M'Calum, Administrator of Barton
AFlJullen, Esq., late of the borough of Hunting
6: Benedict Stevens, Esq., Administrator of I
the estate of Samuel N. Wharton late of Crom
well township, doc'd.
7. John M'Cahan, Executor of the last will I
and testament of James M'Cahan, late of the
borough of Huntingdon, deed.
8. John Neff, and of the Executors of the last;
will and testament of George Mung, late of War
riorsmark township, deed.
9. John Shavor, Esq., Administrator of the
estate of Allen 0. Brown, late of the borough of
Shirloysburg, dee'd. •
10. William Grafius, Administrator of the es
tate of John P. Dean, late of the borough of
11. Israel Grath's, Executor of the last will and
testament of Catharine Aurandt, late of Morrris
12. John Porter, Executor of the last will and
testament of Jonathan Johnston late of the bor
ough of Alexandria, dee'd.
18. Adam Steffey and Samuel Steffey Admin
istrators of the estate of Leonard Steffey, late of
Berme township, doc'd.
11. Catharine Shultz Administratrix with the
will annexed of Philip Shultz late of the borough
of Huntingdon, deed.
15. Daniel Neff, Jacob Harneame and Alex
ander Stitt Administrators of the estate of Hen
ry Neff, late of the borough of Alexandria. dec'd.
M. F. CAMPBELL, Register.
Register's Office, Huntingdon, July 11, 1851.
PHILADELPHIA. ART UNION,
The Art Union of Philadelphia was established
by its founders, and incorporated by the Legisla
ture of Pehnsylvania, for the purpose of extend
ing throughout the American community that at
tachment to the fine arts which is distinctive of
national refinement and civilization.
Evdry person subscribing five dollars becomes
a member of the Art Union until the succeeding
annual meeting in December. Subscribers for
this year are entitled to their choice of any two of
the tour following splendid engravings, any one of
which is fully worth the subscription price:
1. JOHN Ksox's INTERVIEW WITH MART
QUEEN OF SCOTTS.
2. RUTH AND BOAT.
3. MERC Y'S DitEAM,
4. CIIRqrIANA AND HER CHILDREN.
Each subscriber also receives a copy of the
Art Union Reporter, monthly, after his subscrip
tion: this should induce early subscriptions. Af
ter payment of all expenses, the balance of the
funds arising from subscriptions is represented by
price cal ffieates, ranging from $4O to $lOOO,
whirls aro distributed by lot among the members,
on tilt) last, week-day ih December, and are avail
able only for the purchase of original works of
Thus, for five dollars each member is sure of
receiving two engravings which could not he pur
chased elsewhere with the same money, and has
abici the chance of obtaining a line original paint
ing to be selected by himself.
JOHN SCOTT, Esq.,
is the Honorary Secre
tary for this county, anti will receive and remit
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
AT THE NEW STORE IN
TITE undersigned having recently opened a new
Store in the town of Warriorsmark in this coun
ty, can assure the people of that place and our•
rounding country, that he will sell Cheaper, any
thing in his line, than has ever been sold in the
place heretofore. his assortment of Dry Goods,
Groceries, Hardware and Glassware is very com
plete and of the best quality. Persons wishing
bargains had better call early as the rush is so
pont since opening, or they will bo too lute.
/VirAll kinds of Grain, Country Prothmce end
boaer exchanged for at the highest rash prices.
N. B. A fine assortment of Lumber constantly
on hand, which will bo sold cheap for cash
July 3, 1851.—tf.
JNO. J. PATTERSON.
Mt subscriber gives notico that his wife, Mary
Ann Carter did, on the 7th day of May, 1851,
leave his bed and board. Ho therefore cautions
all persona from harboring or trusting her on his
account, as he will pay no debts of her contract-
lug. JOSEPH CARTER,
Huntingdbn, July 3, 1851.-31.•
By virtue of a certain writ of Vend. Ex. to me
directed. I will, on Monday the 11th day of An;
gust next, at two o'clock P. M. expose to sale by
public °Mail', at the Court House, in the bor
ough of Huntingdon, the following described real
estate, to wit :
All Dcfts. rigLt, title and interest in and to
all that certain tract of land situate in Jackson
Township, Huntinwtlon county, containing about
one hundred acres nitro or less, adjoining lands of
Shunkwiler, of William & John Smith and others, '
having thereon erected, a two story dwelling
house, and cabin barn; from forty to sixty acres
Seized taken in execution an 4 to be ECM as the
property ofJohn Beightal.
WM. B. ZEIGLER, Sheriff:
lluntingddn July 24th, 1851.-3 t.
K SPORTSMEN TAKE NOTICE."'
Nordt-Ease cop. Walnut & Second Ste., Plat
HAS on hand, just received, a complete As
sortment of SHOT GUNS, Powder Flasks,
Game Bags, and all other Sporting Apparatus of
the best and approved patterns.
He has constantly on hand SPORTING POW
DER of all descriptions, Percussion Caps, Shot,
Bullet Moulds, Ball and Blank Cattridges, and a
general assortment of materials for Gun Makers,
Also PERCUSSION CAPS of a superior qual
ity, designed expressly for U. S. Rifles.
An Assortment of FISHING TACKLE always
All the above, and any other articles in his line,
the Subscriber will sell as low as any other estab
lishment in the United States.
In testimony of his skill as a manufacturer, the
FRANKLIN INSTITUTE, in tho years 1840
and 1842, awarded to him TWO CERTIFI
CATES— and in the years 1844, 1846, 1847,
1848 and 1850 FIVE SILVER MEDALS, all of '
which may be seen at his place of business.
Pl6llo'll, July 21, 1851.-3 m.
PROGRAMME FOR 1851.
Every subscriber of five dollars is a member for
the year, and is entitled to,
1. A copy of each number of the Battevist
(referred to in a proceeding number,) which shall
be issued in 1851, during and after tho month in
which payment of his subscription shall be made.
This is a monthly publication, of sixteen or more
(motto pages, of three columns each, illustrated
with Engravings and Etchings front works of the
Most distinguished artists.
IL A print of Mr. Jones's lino Engraving on
Steel, measuring nineteen inches by twenty-one
inches, after Mr. Woodville's celebrated painting
of Mexican News representing a group at the
door of an inn, listening to the rending of account
of the first battles of the late Mexican Var.
111. A set of Five Prints from finished line En
gravings on Steel, of the average size of eight
inches, by ten inches, and executed by distin
guished American Engravers, after the tbllowing
Marion Crossing the Pede, By Ranney, Mount
Washington, from the Valley of Conway, By
Kensett, American Harvesting Scenery, By
Cropsey, Old '76 and Young '4B; By Woodville,
Bargaining for a Horse, By Mount.
Thus forming a Gallery of American Art, of
convenient size for binding, or for preservation in
a portfolio, instead of framing, if desired.
IV. A share in the distribution of several hun
dred paintings, Sculptures, and drawings in water
The subscriber has thus an unequalled oppor
tunity to Achieve the triple purpose of obtaining
a valuable return for a small investment—of se
curing the possession of a superior work, gratify
ing his taste for Art, and of affording encourage
ment to promising Artists of his owh country.
SUBSCRIPTIONS RECRIPEO BY] J. T. SCOTT.
Huntingdon, July 17, 1851.
HO ! LOOK HERE!
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of the
borough of Huntingdon, and the public generally,
that he has taken the Shop formerly occupied by
T. Adams, where he is carrying on bushiest as a
M all its branches, and he hereby solicits a share
of the public patronage. By strict attention
to his business (intending to be nt home at all
times) and care in the manufacture of articles, he
hopes to please those who may become his pat
rons and, also, to induce a fair trade.
titg' lie makes Coffins and attends Funerals on
the shortest notice.
110 has a SPLENDID HEARSE for the
accommodation of those living in the country.
Huntingdon, June 26, 1851.-3 m.
Estate of WILLIAM SCHEAFFER, late of
Shirley township, dee'd.
LETTERS Testamentary having been granted
by the Register of Huntingdon County to the un
dersigned on the above estate, all persons having
claims against the estate of said deceased, are re
quested to present their accounts, duly authenti
cated, for settlement, and all persons indebted to
said estate will snake payment without delay.
MARY ANN SCHEAFFER,
June 26, 1851.-6 t. •
,thia.caa - 103.. 3
Has just received at his "BASIN STORE" a
tremendous stock of goods from Philadelphia,
which ho is enabled to sell at greatly reduced
prices, in consequence of having ,purchased the
same much lower than usual.
llis stock embraces everything required to sup
ply the wants of the community and Consists in
part of a most splendid variety of
DRY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
All of which will be sold 20 per cent. lower than
similar articles can be had for in Huntingdon.
Persons who have any regard for economy
should give him a call, when he will take great
pleasure in convincing them that his store is the
place to save money. His stock' of
FISH, SALT, &c.
is very large, and as he has all his goody brought
on in 'his own boats, it is reasonable to suppose
that he can sell lower than anybody else.
I am sincerely grateful to the community for
the very liberal share of patronage I have hereto
fore received, and trust that my great reduction
in prices will be the means of having it continued
and greatly increased.
May 29, 1851.-V.
Estate of WILMIAM WILSON, late of Wes
LETTERS Testamentary having boon granted
by the Register of Ilnntingdon County to the un
dersigned on tho above estate, all persons having
claims against the estate of said descried are re
quested to present their accounts, duly authenti
cated, for settlement, and all persona indebted to
said estate will make payment without delay.
West Township, Jane 19, '51.40.] Eiceutot.
LADIES Gold Pens and Pencils nt the Cheap
Corner Jewelry Store.
B OOKS and STATIONARY of all kinds at
Ed. Snare's Store.
ALLEN'S REVOLVERS, and various other
kinds of Pistols, at the lowest prices, at
Scott's Cheap Jewelry Store.
EIGHT DAY and thirty-hour brass clocks, in
beautiful mahogany and rose-wood cases war
ranted to ran well, for sale at
Scott's Cheap Jewelry Store.
1. 0 Half Barrels Herring for sale by
J. 6. W: Saxton,
May 29, '5l.
ABeautiful lot of the latest style of Bonnets,
largo and small. Also, children's Flats for
sale by J. if. W. Saxton.
May 29, '5l.
FITS, FITS, FITS.
JOHN A. KING
Bogs leave to return his sincere thanks, for the
vary liberal patronage he has heretofore received,
and at the steno time informs a generous public,
that he still continues the
at the old stand of Jacob Snyder, whore lie will
ho pleased to have his friends call and leave their
Every garment is warranted to fit neatly, and
shall be well made.
JOHN A. KING.
Hunt., July, 1851.
J. D. WILLIAMS. JOHN HAFT, JR.
Z. D. WILLIAMS & 00.,
Wholesale Grocers and Conunission Merchants and
Dealers in Produce and Pittsburg
No. 116, Wood Sired, Pittsburg.
HAVE NOW IN STORE, and. to arrive this
week, the following goods, of the most re
contimportations, which arc uttered on the most
115 catty boxes prime Green Tea.
45 half chests do. do
46 " Oolong and Chulan.
100 bags Rio Coffee.
15 " Lagnyra and Java.
60 boxes A's, s'B, 4 and 1 lb lump tobacco.
35 bbls. Nos. 1 and 3 Mackerel.
20 and do No. 1 do
2 and do Salmon
50 oxes sealed Herring,
1300 lbs extra Madder.
3 bales Cassia, 1 bale Cloves, •
6 bags Pepper & Alspice, 1 bid Nutmegs,
2 bbls Ground Ginger, 1 bbl ground pepper,
1 1)1)1 Ground l'imcnto, 10 kegs ground Mustard
,10 kegs ground Cassia, 10 do do Cloves,
2 bbls Garret's Snuff, 45 bxs Stearin Candles,
20 bxs Star Candles, 10 do Sperm do
100 doz Masons Black'g 100 lbs sup. Rice Flour,
100 lbs S. F. Indigo, 20 doz Ink,-
doz Corn Brooms, 125 doz Patent Zinc
50 hxs extra pure Starch, Wash Boards,
25 do Saleratus, 75 bbls N. O. Molasses,
15 bbls S. 11. Molasses, 10 do Golden Syrup;
25 do Loaf, Crushed, 550 lbs seedless Raisins,
& Powdered Sugar, 50 drums Smyrna Figs,
20 jars Bordeaux Prunes, 50 lbs Sicily Prunes,
5 boxes Rock Candy, 2 boxes Genoa Citrons,
10 do Cocoa & Chocolate, 5 do Castile & Almond
12 doz Military Soap, Soap,
1 bbl sup. Carl, Soda, I bbl Cream Tartar,
1 case Pearl Sago. 2 case, Isinglass,
2 cases Sicily & Refined I ease Arrow Root,
Liquorice,lso Bath Brick,
1 bbl Flour Suphur, . 100 gross Matches,
100 doz Extract of Lem. 5 doz Lemon Sitar,
on, Rose & Want ' 1 cask Sal Soda,
Glass, Nails, White Lead, Lard oil, &c.
Refer to Merchants Thomas Read &. Son,
" Fisher & M'Murtrie,
•, Charles Miller,
" Honorable John Re'',
:lay 15, 1851.—1 y.
The subscriber, in his efforts to make folks as
comfortable as possible, takes this method of as
suring everybody in quest of felicity, that he is
new prepared to furnish ICE CREAM and DE
LIGHTFUL CAKES to persons both at home
and abroad. His arrangements are ample and
persons residing at either of the points named be
low had better send in their orders considerably
before immediately in order to secure the richest
and best. The facilities afforded by the Railroad
enables him to assure all who May favor him with
their orders tlutt they mar:) , rely upon his being
pFnefual in filling all from following places,
NEWTON HAMILTON, SPRUCE CREEK
MOUNT UNION, BIRMINGIL 1 bI,
MILL CREEK, FOSTORIA,
And any other place in the United States.
Huntingdon, Juno 12, 1851
Lw.jX ,1M M. T.-12 a 9 •
TILE VALIDITY OF THIS PATENT, (af
ter having been vigorously contested by suits
at law for the last six years,) has boon fully and
finally established in the Supreme Court of the
The undersigned, at his depot, has on hand a
large assortment of the genuine
PATENT SALAMANDER SAFES.
ALSO, ALL KINDS OP
IRON CHESTS, MONEY BOXES,
• VAULT DOONS AND DANK VAULTS,
801 l Fire anti Burglar Proof.
With Now and Second Hand Safes of other ma
kers—forming the largest assortment in the world.
Also, the following
JONES' CHANGEABLE, COMBINATION,
PERMUTATION, AND LETTER
HALL'S NEW PATENT POWDER .AND
BURGLAR-PROOF LOCI I DAY,
NEWELL dr DAIS;
And Leeks of other celebrated Makers.
No. 34 Walnut Street, PIIILAD E LPIIIA,
Sole Agent for the State of Pennsylvania.
June 26, 1851.-61.
THE undersigned begs leave to infortn the tab-
Re and tho "rest of mankind," that be is desirous
of settling up the books of the Into firm of Gil
lam & Cornprobst. The books have been trans
ferred to me and as I Jim determined to close tbo
accounts, persons indebted bad bettor call and
make a satisfactory arrangement.
Juno 19, 1851.-tf.
To the hens and to the creditors of John Stewart;
All persons interested are hereby notified that
the Trust account of John P. Stewart, Trustee of
the estate of his father Jail Stewart, late of West
township, Huntingdon county, deceased, under
and by virtue of an article of agreement recorded
in the office for recording of deeds in said county,
has been filed in the office of the Prothonotary of
the Court of Common Pleas of said county, and
that the same will be presented to the said Court
on the second Monday of August next, for con
firmation; at which time the same will be allowed
by said Court, unless cause be shown why it
should not bo allowed.
THEO. H. CREMER, Prot'ry.
May 22, 1851.
A Beautiful lot of Parasols for sale by
T. d• T R Saxton.
May 29, 51.
T HE finest fast colored 12i cent Lawns for saki
by J. W. W. Saxton.
May 29, 51.
A Splendid assortment of Ladies Slippers for
xi solo by J. d W. Sargon.
May 29, '5l.
TILE best assortment of ilardwaro in town, for
sale by J. 6- II Saxton.
May 29, 51.
IRON PUMPS and Load Pipe for well or eiS
-1 torn, for indo by J. S,. W. Saxton.
May 29, '5l.
QIX DOLLARS and Fifty rents for tho largest
to Gold Pencils, at
Ed. Snare's Jewelry Store.