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A GOOD SUGOESTION.—It has been
proposed that the Government cause envel
opes to be manufactured with with the pre
payment stamp engraved on them. There
are but few people who send letters with
out pro-payment now, and those letters
which aro not pre-paid, ought not to be
taken from the postofbee. Therefore, if
the envelope could be purchased with the
stamp upon it, a great deal of trouble and
vexation might be saved.
Mr.& young gent of Baltimore, at a
party the other evening, threw himself in
a tragio position before his lady-love, ask
ing her to have him—she laughed at him—
he desperately drew a pen knife,—forgot
one of the blades was opened: stabbed
himself in the breast. The ladies scream
ed: the tragedian was carted home where
it was discovered that he was more fright
ened than hurt.
2 1100FLANE'S GERMAN BITTERS. -These cel
ebrated Bitters prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson,
120 Arch street, Philadelphia, are performing as
tonishing cures throughout the whole con ntry.—
We can bear witness to their curative powers in
the case of a friend of ours who had the Liver
Complain, awl who hail tried almost every other
medicine, hut without effect. After taking a few
bottles of these Bitters he was entirely cured. To
those who are similarly afflicted we recommend
them to take the preparation, knowing that they
will cure the disease spoken of, and many others
to which " flesh is heir to." There is a spurious
article made in Philadelphia. The only pla.m to
get the genuine article is 120 Arch street, Phila
delphia, of Dr. Jackson, or his agents throughout
On Thursday, 13th November, by Dan
iel Africa, Esq., Mr. FRANCIS GARLOCK,
to Miss ELIZABETU STRONG, all of this
On the 12th of Nor., 1851, by Simeon
Wright, Esq., Mr. JOSHUA GOSNELL
to Miss ANN PHEASANT both of Cass
township, Huntingdon County.
The Pheasant has came from her sylvan retreat,
To live with the Gain in peace ;
And her wild mountain heart shall ne'er flutter
With alarm, in the presence of geese.
PIIILADHLPIIIA, Nov. 18, 1851.
Flour per hbl. $4 00
White Wheat per bushel 85
Red do 77
Cloverseed 4 75
I. 0. 0. F.
A full ;Mandan ee of the members of Juniata
Lodge, No. 117, is requested at their Ball on
Tuesday evening (Nov. 25th) next.
By order of the Lodge.
Nov. 20, 1851,
A RARE CHANCE!
MR. G. RUSSELL.
DAGUERRE AN OPERATOR,
Has arrived in town and will remain a few days.
in order to afford persons desirous of procuring
good Daguerreotype likesiesses an opportunity of !
doing so. Mr. R. has availed himself of all the
recent improvements in the art, land assures the
public that he is prepared to take likenesses as
quick and as well, us any operator in the United
Laos and Gentlemen who visit the room for
the purpose of having pictures taken ate respect
fully requested to dress in dark or figured material,
avoiding white or light blue.
The most suitable time for children is from 11
A. M. to 2 P. M. Grown persons any time,
from BA.M. to 4 P. M.
Nov. 20, 1851.
Constantly on hand, and for sale the most
highly improved Durham Short Horn cattle,
Chester Hogs, South Down, Culswald and
',eke: to Sheep.
The sul,criber now offers for sale several very
fine 1) minim Short Horn Bull and heifer calves;
two Chester Boars; about five months old, which
took tl.e first premium for pigs of that age at
the late State Agricultural Fair: also, sixteen
young thorough bred Pigs of the same breed,
about three weeks old; also, eight thorough
Buck and Ewe Lambs of his South Down flock.
The undersigned takes pleasure in stating that
for all the stock which he exhibited, at the State
Agricultural Fair, he received the highest pre
miums for South Down and Leicester sheep and
Any lettja directed to Eagle Foundry P. 0.,
Huntingdon Co., Penna., will he attended to.
ROBERT HARE TOWEL.
Nov. 20, 1851.
PROPOSALS FOR WOOD.
Proposals will he received at any time pre
vious to the Ist December, by the undersigned,
at the Commissioners Office, for furnishing 30
cords of wood fur the use of the Jail and Court
Nov. 20, 1851
Notice is hereby given to the Stockholders of
the Spruce Creek and Philipsburg Turnpike Road
Company, that an election will be held at the house
of James Chamberlin, Warriorsniark township,
Huntingdon County, on Monday, the Bth day of
December next, between the hours of one and six
o'clock, P. M., to elect one President, five MlMl
ger' and ono Treasurer, to serve the ensuing year.
By order of the Board.
B. P. PATTON, Treas'r.
Nov. 20, 1851.
Agreeable to the lust Will and Testament of
John Flusher, Sr., there will be sold at public
outcry on the pr entities of said deceased, on Satur
day, the 10th day of January 1852, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, EIGHT ACRES OF LAND,
more or less, under a good state of cultivation.—
The improvements are a Log House with a stone
Kitchen, and a small Barn. Possession will be:
siren on the Ist of Ap it next. Terms made
known on clay ofsale.
JOHN SHOPE. 'Everitt.,
As I am determined to sell all my goods at cost
or less, consisting of
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, QUEENS
WARE, GROCERIES, HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
I would respectfully invite all persons wishing
goods at first rust to call and examine my stock
before purchasing elsewhere. I will sell lower
than goods have ever been heretofore offered in
the county. For instance,
25 cent Delanes at from 12 to 18 cents.
Coffee 10 cents; Sugar from 5 to 8 cents.
300 pieces of Calico at from 3 to 9 cents.
Wool Shawls front 50 cents to 7 dollars.
50 pieces of Ginghams from 10 to 18 cents.
Cassimeres, Cloths, Satinetts, Tweeds Sc Jeans.
20 pieces white and red flannels at from 12} to
40 pieces of bleached mnslins from 3 to 8 cents.
Brown muslins from 3 to 8 cents.
Diapers—table and fowling.
Lijeys and tickings from 6 to 12} cents.
Hosiery and gloves. lace, silk, cotton and linen,
together with an assortment of all other goods
usually kept in a country store.
Huntingdon, Nov. 6, 1851.
Will he offered at public WO on the premises
on Saturday, the 20th of Dec., 1851, the following'
property, situated in McConnellstown :—TWO
LOTS OF GROUND; the improvements are a
fine Log House two stores high, with Basement
and Cellar, fronting on the Beilliod Rood, and ad
joining the swing lot on the east, and lots of A.
I Fraker, Esq., on the west. Also a lot of lof an
acre, Situated in the village laid out by Mr. San
gree and adjoining M'Counellstown. The above
locations are desirable and well worthy of the no
tice of persons wishing to purchase property.—
Also, at the Same time and place a lot of Sole
Leather, Upper, Harness & Nips, of a good quali
ty. Terms made known on day of sale.
J. B. GIVEN,
Assignees of D. Protzntan.
Nov. 13, 1851.—ts.
VALVAhLI REAL ESTATE
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
By virtue of an order of the Orphan's court of.
Huntingdon county, will be exposed to public
sale on the premises, on Saturday, the 6th day of
December next, at one o'clock, P. M. of said
day t-That piece or parcel of land, situate in
West township, in said county, on the waters of
the Globe Run. adjoining lands of John Henry,
Willitunßeed, and Jacob Eberle, contain
ing THREE AND A HALF ACRES, more or
less, having a log dwelling house and frame Sot
tile thereon erected—being part of the Real
Estate of Joseph Thompson, deed. The above
property is eligibly situated in a goad neighbor
hood, and affords a good investment to a mechan
ic, or other persons desiring to purchase. Terms
made ksown on the day of sale,
By order of the ()nb:ill's court
M. F. CAMPBELL, Clerk.
Attendance on day of sale by JNO. NV. Tuomp-
SON, acting Administrator of Joseph Thomp
Nov. 13, 1851—ts.
Shirleysburg Female Seminary.
The first semi--annual commencement of this
Institution will take place (Providence permit
ting) on Tuesday, the 2d day of December next.
Parents and guardians desirous of sending their
daughters and wards to this institution will please
bring them or send them on by that day, as it is
important, on account of classing, Spe., that the
pupils be in attendencc on the first day of the
The Board of Trustees have engaged the servi
ces of the Rev. James Campbell as Principal —n
gentleman lately having charge of a similar In
stitution at Athens in the State of Ohio-who conies
to us well recommended ns a competent and suita
ble person to take charge of our Seminary; and
under whose auspices, and superintendamce we
feel confident it will grow up to he a respectable
and useful Institution; and such as will we trust
compare favourably with similar Instil utions over
Boarding per Session of 22 Weeks
including Lodging, Fluid and Light,• • • $4O 00
Tuition for same period, lO 00
Additional for Chemistry with Ex-
periments, 2 50
Ancient and Modern Languages each, lO 00
Lessons on the Piano, l2 50
Lessons on the Gni tar, lO 00
Drawing and Painting, each, 5 00
Washing per Dozen 3O
Day schollars will he charged from 6to 10 dol
lars, per Session according to branches taught.
All the Books used in course in the Institution
can he had at the Seminary buildings at Philadel
phia retail prices.
Remy Brewster, J. W. Galbraith,
Wm. B. Leas, John Brewster,
Benjamin Long, T. T. Cromwell,
Nov. 13, 1851.-3 t.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Ac.
The undersigned is just opening another large
assortment of the above articles, at various prices,
and earnestly invites every body to call and ex
amine tbr themselves.
Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry, carefully and
promptly repaired, and warranted for one year.
J. T. scorn.
Nov. 6, 1851.—e.
Came to the residence of the subscriber, living
in Nest township, near the Warm Springs, on
the 24th ult., a small brown Mule; the right shoul
der is somewhat marked with the collar. The ,
owner is requested to come forward, prove prop
erty, pay charges and take him uwuy, otherwise
he will be disposed of according to law.
N. G. WDIVITT.
Nov. 6, 1851.
If you want to get the worth of your money,
Where you w ill find the LARGEST. BEST and
CHEAPEST assortment of goods that the town
can produce; and that, too, at such low prices,
that all who purchase are fully satisfied that our
motto is true, "a quick sixpence is better than a
Huntingdon, Nov. 3, 1851.
A Beautiful lot of Parasols for sole
Ma] 29, 51. '
ONE Brit rate 4 octave, harp mud MELO
DEAN for silo ae
The subscriber will offer at public sale on the
premises, by virtue of the last will and testament
of Samuel McKinstry, late of Shirley township,
Huntingdon connty, deed. ' on Tuesday, the 25th
of November, at 1 o'clock, P. M. the following
described plantation or tract of land, containing
About 90 acres of which are cleared and in a
good state of cultivation. The improvements
are a good DWELLING HOUSE, BANK
BARN, and other out buildings. There is a
Spring of good water convenient to the house, a
young apple orchard, &c. ALSO, at the same
time and place, one other tract of timber laud
tff; Cio Crf• Ltu CiD 60
situate within two miles of the above, well not
with Rock-oak, Chesnut and Locust. On both
of these tract". are limestone and iron ore. The
first above described tract is within three miles of
Shirleysburg and on the road leading to the Canal
and Railroad. Terms will be easy and will be
made known on day of sale.
JOHN MeKINSTRY, Exer.
Shirley township, Nov. 6,1851.-3 t.
The subscriber has, by extreme exertion, and
with the assistance of a few friends, at last suc
ceeded in opening an assortment of
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in we formerly occupied by Dr. H. K. Neff
and Brother, one door mist of Mr. Livingston's
Hotel, in the borough of Huntingdon, where be
offers for sale a great variety of the above articles
ut very low prices. . •
Clucks, Watches and Jewelley will be repaired
in the very best manner, all of which he 17nF
rant for one year.
Ho hopes, by selling at low prices and paying
strict attention to business, to merit a libera
share of public patronage.
Huntingdon, Aug. 14, 1851.—tt:
, ,'•- t ,: ai : ;:,' -• • -.. : ' r, 1
- i D ' itZ.,t' ' • ' ; . 1 ' 4 .
HALL OF FASHION AHEAD
B. & W. SNARE inform the public that they
have just returned from the eastern cities with a
large and splendid assortment of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
for men and boys, consisting of Black, Brown,
Wad, and Blue Overcoats; Black and Blue Dress
and Frock - Coats; black - satin and figured vests;
cassimere and cassinet pants; shirts, suspenders,
drawers, socks, &c. ALSO,
New York Hats and Boston Boots;
trunks, carpet bags, umbrellas, carves, &c.; allot
which were purchased extremely low fur cash,
which will enable us to sell much lower than
merchants who buy on credit. We will, as here
tofore, sell very cheap for cash
B. & W. SNARE.
Sept. 18,1851.-3 m.
The undersigned having determined to move
to the West, will sell on the premises on Friday,
November 21st, his
in Clay township, Huntingdon county, Pa., on
which Mr. Nathan Rickets now resides, consis
ting of about
0:012 9 (39 G 3 a
adjoining lands of \V. Corium and others, about
100 of which is cleared, the balance in good tim
ber, under good fence, and in a high state of im
provement, upon which is a comfortable FRAME
HOUSE, nearly new ; a very good BANK
BARN 40 by 70 with stabling under the whole,
well finished off; a well of excellent water at
the House, and mining water within a few rods
of both House and Barn ; the land is all tillable,
lays level enough to work both ways, and is quite
a desirable Farm well situated for a good market.
Persons wishing to purchase would do well to ex
amine the above property, us there will doubtless
be a good bargain offered.
TERMS to suit purchasers. Sale to com
mence at 1 o'clock of said day, on the premises,
when attendence will be given and terms made
Nov. 6,1851.-3 t.
TEN DAYS LATER!
CUBA IS I HEE!
An account of the whole nfihir may he seen at
the store of HENRY CORNPROBIiT, in Ports
town, together with the hugest and cheapest as
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
ever offered in that or any other village in the
valley of the Juniata. Ills stock consists of
every article usually tbund in retail stores. Ile
has a complete assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, lIARDWARE,
All of which will ho disposed of at a very slight
advance on cost.
CAS rixos of every description always on hand
and for side at the lowest cash prices.
Sept. 25, 1851.
Fan and Winter Clothing
AT TUE HUNTINGDON CLOTH
A. WILLOUGHBY, has just returned from
the east with it largo and opleudid nHeortment ut
Fall and Winter Clothing
for men and boys, made in the latest fashion and
in the most durable manner. Who ever wants
to he dressed better and cheaper than any body
eke in town, lot him call at Willoughby's cloth
ing store, one door West of Thos. Reed & Son,
drug store in Huntingdon. Call and see for
yourselves. Oct. 9, 1851.
ASplendid assortment of Ladies Slippers for
sale by J. 4 W. &crtnn.
May 29, '2l.
THE LA ST & BEST
ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS,
JUST RECEIVED IW
At his Chsap Store io the Diamond.
GEO. GWIN respectihily informs the citizens
of the borough and county of Huntingdon, that
he has just received an unsually large stock of,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
consistinjeof every variety of
Ladies' dt Gentlemen's Dress Goods,
OF THE NEWEST STYLES;
and all other articles in the Dry-Goods line,
HATS and CAPS, GLASSWARE,
and in fact every variety of Goods to suit this
market. Sink or swim, live or die, survive or per
ish, 1 ant determined not to be undersold by any
establishment in this section of the country, and
this is no humbug, nor is it intended to deceive.
Give me a call and I will convince you that my
statements arc strictly true. Call and examine
my stock and judge tbr yourselves, and without a
moment's hesitation you will be convinced that
I purpose meeting my pledge. My stuck is en
tirely new and of the latest styles. I take pleas
ure m showing them at all times free of charge,
Feeling thankful for past fitvors, I hope, by
strict attention to business, to merit a continuance
of the same.
Huntingdon, Oct. 9, 1851
~. 9 CI) CD U:.O
For the Blau what struck Billy rat
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
The attention of the public ,generally is invited
to the fact that
j. W, SAXTON
have justteeelveil one of the lareest assortments
o f F a il a d wi n t e r Goods ever brioight to this
place; all of wLic:l tl'ey tiler at prices so greatly
reduced as to make their gt.. 5
HEAD QUARTERS FOR BARGAINS :
Their supply embraces all the usual variety of
Cloths, Cassimeres, Sattinets and Vesting;
Muslins, Prints, Flannels, &e. &c., to
gether with the latest styles of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Comi-ting of Silks, Merinos, For
mate Cloths, de I.IIIIVS, Ginghams, Ho
siery, &c.; and a very large assortment of
Ladies, Misses and Children's Shoes;
and also of MEN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS AND
SHOES of every description. They also invite
partieul, attention to their stock of
QuttNsw..knE AND GLASSWARE,
And the best stock of HARDWARE in town.
They hove siso
of the very hest quality, which they will sell at
a very small advance on co:4. Call and exam
ine 14. yourselves. They have also a beautiful
Carpeting, and every other article usually kept in
country stores. (WWe will receive and store
grain, and al,o pay the highest market prices for
it awl it is :Omitted by all that we have the
most convenient place to unload grain in or about
town. Oct. 6, '3l.
IV lIAT A TREMENDOUS RUSH TO
WITNESS THE GRAND EXHIBITION
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
Cheap Clothing Store. •
JACOB SNYDER has just returned from the
east with the largest cheapest and best assortment
of Clothing over (Moroi to the citizens of Hunting
purt of _ .
OVERICCOATS-flilLk Jul,' brown cloth,
bever, pilot and felt cloth of the latest cut and
PANTALOONS—BIack and fancy cassimere,
doeskin satinett, corduroy' and heavy tweed.
VESTS.—A very general sssortment of silk
satin, cassimere, velvet, cloth, black and fancy,
and an endless variety of other styles, which can
not ho enumerated in an advertisement.
Persons in want orally article in Ilia line will
find it greatly to their advantage to call at SN Y
ler lie is determined to sell cheaper than
any other establishment in this section of country.
Oct. 23, 1851.—ff
Emerson's 12 3 class Readers,
Mitchell's Primary Geography,
Mitchell's Geography and Atlas,
Swift's du I & 2 parts,
Watts on the Mind,
Bennett's Geography of the heavens,
Williard's U. S. History,
Emerson's Arithmetic 12 & 3 part,
Cohh'o New Speller,
Song Books fur the School Room,
For sale at the store of Geo. Gwin.
Estate of David Coprnhaver, late, of Henderson
township, Huntingdon county, deed.
Notice is hereby given that letters of adminis
tration have been granted to the subscrilieN on
the above estate; therefore all persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate will make im
mediate payment, and those having claims will
present them for settlement.
Oct. 23, 1851.
Estate or Arc;Mudd Hutchison dcc'd lute al
Letters Te:-tamentary on the estate of said de
ceased having been granted to the undersigned by
the Register of Huntingdon comity all persons in
debted are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and thsse haying claims will present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
WILLIAM HUTCHISON, Exr,
Oct. 93, 1851.
( - 101.1) PENS-8 or 10 different kinds, from
62i cts. to 10 dollars, at
Scott's Cheap Jewelry Store.
F ANCY Articles in endless variety nt
E. Snare's Store.
cc* CEInCE , a TO PiIiNtERS AN P
By virtue of the last will of Samuel Steel, 1 111 Y: eede'igned i ni l ' l " c e o' cell' the str , t -
Esq., late of the Borough of Huntingdon, de- . tam of Printers awl Pa! , ii,bet•s, to the f,,,:
ceased. will be offered litr sale on
the 22d day on the premises
La cm:tholes to Irlitlitl6“ 7 , 11, :di kind., .•,
at 2 o'clock of the afternoon fr
o fBOOK, NEWSPAPER, JOB awl FA14 . 1.;
November next, all that certain lot of ground ; TYPE at his old stand, N. W. Corn, of Third i:,
Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, at his usual low
just introduced a larg.,
situate on the corner of the Market square, front
in,,,lo runn ing iiure a , t i rfiegehtt,
quantity lrir cash. lie In.
a h n 'g gi n es n to H A i il l
le S g t l i Te e n t y 6 ltr f e e e e t t ttof new style
adjoining n lot of F. B. Wallace, Esq., on the ' JOB & FANCY TYPE,
East and of John McCallum, Esq., on the West, all of which arc made of the best metal; and for
in the Borough of Huntingdon, numbered 68 in beauty of finish and durability, cannot ho surpass
the plan of said Borough; thereon erected a,ed by any other foundry itt the Union. His long
Log House weather boarded, and a Log Stable, I experience in the different bratielies of the trade
there is also a good well of water on the prem. as well as in the mixing of metals, will, hatters
ices. himself, enabled him to make a better (vile , and
Persons wishing to recurs a good location for at a much less price titan any of his competitors.
public business would do well to attend ou the He keeps tamstantly on hand a large variety of
day of sale. Cases, Chases, Composing Sticks,finposing-stones,
Terms ofsale.—One third of the purchase money Common and Brass Galleys, Stands, Bodkins,
to be paid on the first day of April 1852, when Brass Rubs, Leads, Printing. Presses, Furniture,
a Deed will he made, the residue in two equal and all other articles required in a Printing Office.
annual payments, to wit: on the first day of April Old Type taken in exchange for neW at nine
1853 and 1854 with interest from the first day o cents per pound.
April 1852, these two puvinents to be secured Printers tire requested to call and examine his
011 the premises by the * Bonds and mortgage 1 speciments belbre purchasing elsewhere. Ail or
of the purchaser, to he excuted at the saute time , tiers thankfully received and promptly attended tti,
the Deed and first partitent is made. at his Philadelphia Typo Foundry, corner of
JAMES GWIN,i Third and Chestnut streets
GEORGE STEEL, Hare. S
Oet. 2, 1851.-tp. July 3, 1851.-ty
For sale, or Rent.
The Farm, on which I at present reside nearly
opposite the. Borough of Huntingdon.
Oct 2, 1851.-0.
Huntingdon, Sept. 25, 1851.
The Pamphlet Laws of the Session of 1851
have heen received at this oflico, and are ready
for distribution to the persons entitled to receive
THEODORE H. CREMER, Prot'y
F. &. C. SNYDER
Take this method of inlbrming the public that
they are now receiving and are prepared to fur
w i t j, crervtleit, T else connected with a well regn
fated Elating llollAC.
We are determined to spore nd efforts to make
our establishment an agreeable place of !Twig.
Our stork of
GROCERIES, C.4KES, XUTS, Fre.
is unrivalled. We wish every person to givens a
call, when, we are certain, we shall have the ex
treme pleasure of having them "come again. and
again." F. & C. SNYDER.
Sept. 4, 1851.—tf.
AMAN & MARKS inthrm 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 funerels either
in town or country. They keep a splendid Hearse
for the accommodation of their customers.
July 17, 1851.—tf
- 131 - CODFISH,
HAMS AND SIDES,
LARD & CHEESE,
Oct. 9, 1851.
Constantly on hand, &
for solo by
J. PALMER & CO.
Market street Wharf
B OOKS and STATIONARY of all kinds at
Ed. Snare's Store.
10 Half Barrels Herring for sale by
J. if. W. Saxton
May 29, '2l
Birmingham Female Seminary.
The summer term of this hurling institution
closed on the 23d ult., with a public examination
of the classes, which elicited good attention from
a respectable audience.
The promptness, on the part of scholium, in an
swering, was indicative of an acquaintance with
their respective studies, to he gained only by a
commendable degree of application on the part of
both teacher and sehollars.
The essays written by the ladies and read nt in
tervals throughout the day and evening, were in
deed spicy and highly creditable, manifesting
more than ordinary care in their preparation.
All the prospects of this limitation seem to
brighten, and though there hats been some unavoi
dable delay in completing the seminary building
now under way yet (Providence favoring) it will
he finished early: and there is already sufficient
ground to expect, when it is completed, a large
accession to the number in attendance, which
has already been beyond expectation.
Those desirous of availing themselves of the
advantages of this school, used not hesitate to
canto in, as arrangements will he made fur the
accotnodation of all until the new building is ready
l'ain;'er expense will not be spared in se miring
the aid an sufficient number of eetnyeteut fetnitle
telteliers,. the rwhee!etilarges.
The W . intei term will continence Tuesday Oct.
28th and it is desirable that all should he in at the
opening of the session
Itev. Isreul W. Ward, A. M., Principle,
Bev. Thoinua Ward, A. M., Associate,
Oct. 23, 1851.
No. 111 N. Third SI.. 3d door below Race,
20,000 Corn I.lr;cTis7Bs6th;;. 'Painted Buckets,
600 nests Cedar Tubs, GOO Cedar Churns, 400
boxes Clothes Pins, 800 nests Willow Baskets.—
Also, every description of Bristle Brushes, Mats,
Eastern, Cedar, Wood, and Willow Ware at the
lowest mantheturers' cash prices.
B.—Orders promptly filled.
August 28, 1851.
Estate of Samuel Steel, Esq., decd.
All persons indebted to the estate of Samuel
Steel, Esq., late of the Borough of Huntintidon,
deed., are requested to make payment in full
of the claims respectively due from them on or be
fore the second Monday of November next.
l'ersons neglecting to comply with the above
notice need nut expect any further indulgence.
GEORGE A. STEEL,—Ex're.
FANS—A beautiful assortment at various prices.
Also, Card Cases, Boquet Holders, fancy En
velopes, Note Paper, and other articles expressly
for the Ladies, for side at
Scott's Cheap Jewelry Store.
Enh•rrd anording to Act of Congress, In the vet
1801, by J. S. IfolgatlTON, M. P., to the clerk's
that of the District Court for the kastena
'Astrid of Penneylvan!.
Another Scientific Wonder!
OREAT OURE FOR
DR. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S
DMESTIVE - FLUID,
Olt, GASTRIC JUICES
Prepared from Rennet, Or the fOditlk
stomach of the ox, after directions of Bttron
Liebig, the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S.
Houghton, M. D. Philadelphia, Pa.
This is a truly wonderfal remedy for Indigestion,
Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Liver Ccmpfaint, COlltti
. pt!oll, and Debility, Curing after Nature's own
meLlual, by Nature's own Agent, the Gastric
Half a teaspoonful of
' PEPant,_ infused in wa
ter, will digest or dissolve, Rye Pounds of Roast
Berf in about too hours, out of tho stomach.
PEPSIN is the chief element, or Great Digest
ing Principle of the Gastric Juice—the Solvent of
the Food, the PuriOing, Preserving, and Stimula
ting Agent of the Stomach and Intestines. It
is extracted from the Digestive Stomach of the
ox, thus forming an Artificial Digestive Fluid,
precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in its
Chemical powers, and furnishing a Complete and
Perfect Substitute for it. Ity the aid of this
preparation, the pains and evils of Indigestion and
Dyspepsia arc removed, just as they would be by
a healthy Stomach. It is doing wonders fur Dys
peptics, curing cases of Debility. Emaciation, Ner
vous Decline, and Dyspeptic C0114111(Iption, sup
posed to he on the verge of thegrave. Tho
Scientific Evidence upon which it is based, hi in
the highest degree Curious and Remarkable.
SCI ENTFIC EVIDENCE!
BARON LEIBIG itt his cerehrited work on
Animal Chemistry, says "An Artificial Diges
tive Fluid, analogous to the Gastric Juice, may
ho readily prepared from the meat and eggs, will
be softened, changed, and digested, just in the
same manner as they would he in the human
Dr. COMB);, in his valuable writings on the
"Physiology of Digestion," observes that "•
dinantion of the due quantity of the Gastric
Juice is a prominent end all-prevailing cause of
Dyspepsia;" and lie states that " a ditinguished
prutbsser 0/ medicine in London, who was severe
ly afflicted with this complaint, finding everything
else to thil, bad recourse to the Gastric Juice, ob
tained from the stomachs of Hiring animals, which
proved completly successful."
Dr. GRAHAM, author of the famous works
on "Vegetable Diet„" says "It is a remarkable
fact in physiology, that the rtomachs of animals,
macerated is water, inspect to theffluld the prop
erty of dissolving various articles of food, and of
effectingn kind 0/artificial digestion of them in
no wise different from the natural digestive pro
Cir Call on the Agent, and get a Descriptive
Circular, grail., ;:mega large amount of Scien
title Evidence, similar to the übuve, together with
Reports of Remarkable Cures, front all parts of
the United States. •
AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER,
Rr. HOUGHTON'S PEPSIN has produced the
' twist marvelous effects, in curing cases of Debili-
I N t i;v i o n li p s o D s Z e in t e . , Dyspeptic Five cetui
of eases in the limits atlas advertisement; but
authenticated certificates have been given ottnora
than Two Hundred Remarkable Cures, in Phila
delphia, New York and Boston alone. These
were nearly all desperate cases, and the cures
were nut wily rapid and wonderful, but perms
it is a great Nervous Antidote, and particularly
u , eful for tendency to Bilious disorder, Liver
Complaint, lover and Ague, or badly treated Fe
ver anti the evil effects of Quinine, Mercury, nu&
other drugs upon the Digestive Organs, utter a
lung sickness. Also, tin• excess in eating, and the
too tree use of ardent spirits. It sanost recon
ciles Health with Intemperance..
OLD STOMACH COMPLAINTS,
There is no them of Old Stomach Complaints
which it does nut seem to reach and remove at
once. No matter how bad they mite be, it Gives
Instant Relief! A single dose removes all the un
pleasant symptoms; mut it only needs to be repeat
ed toe a short time to make these good effects per
manent. Parity of Blood and Vigor of Body fol
low ut once. It is particularly excellent in cases
of Nau•eu, Vomiting, Cramps, Soreness of the
Stomach, distress after eating, lots, cold state of
the Blood, Denville., Lowness of Spirts, Despon
dency to I nsntiity, Suicide, &r.
Dr. Houghton's Pepsin, is gold by nearly all
the dealers to fine drugs anti Popular Medicines,
liroughout the United States. It is prepared in
Powder situ iu Flail fin in—and in Proscription
vials fur the me of Physicians.
Private Circulars lu; the use of Physicians, may
be obtained of Dr. Houghton or his Agents, de
scribing the Whole process of preparation, and
giving the authorities upon which the chums of
this now remedy aro basal. As it is not a Secret
Remedy, no ob:cet.ons can be rai-ed ai,utinst Its use
by Physicians in respectable smutting and regular
practice. Price, ONE DOLLAR per bottle.
OW OBSERVE 'lOl5 i—Every bottle of the
genuine Pepsin hears the written signature of J.
S. Houghton, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa. Copy
right and Trade Muth secured.
lir: Sold by all Druggi.ts and Dealers in
Also, tbr sale by Thomas Reed & Son, Hunt
ingdon, 1.a.; Juhu Lets, Shirlevalium, Pa. j
Thomas E. °shim:in, Orhisonia. Pa.; J. to Js
Kelly Burnt Cabins, Pa. [Nov. 13, 18M.-Iy,