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Dr. James Snyder, of Ohio, would inform
,all invalids, of central Pennsylvania, that he
scan be consulted at his rooms, as follows, viz ;
HUNTINGDON, Rail Road Hotel, Thursday and
Friday, December 9th and 10th.
Hollidaysburg, Tuesday and
Wednesday, Dec. 7th and Bth,
Tuesday, Dec. lath and 14th
Thursday, Dec. 15th and 16th
Dr. Snyder's method of arriving at disease, as
well as his mode of treatment, differs from all oth
ers of the various Schools and systems now prac
ticed. The success of which, in treating old com
plaints for the last twenty years, has gained him
a popularity unequalled by any other practitioner
in this country.
Aside front Ohio, where his practice has been
the most extensive, he has treated hundreds of the
most hapless cases in the following cities. towns,
and surrounding country, viz Rochester, Au
burn, Syracnse, Cazinovia, Binghamton, Owego,
Couttlandville. Mica, Elmira, Bath, Penn, Yan,
and many others in the State of Now York; De
troit, Michigan; Erie. New Castle, Butler, Free
port, Kittanning, Creat Western, Blairsville, and
others, in Western Pennsylvania.
As Jr. Snyder rests his claim to public confi
dence entirely on the merits of his practice, all he
asks is a trial to convince the most sceptical, that
cures can be effected in many cases where relief
has been sought in vain, in the common walks of
medicine. All those whose cases are beyond the
reach of his remedies will he so informed on their
first application, without their incuring any ex
As Dr. S. gives his whole attention to treating
chronic disease, lie is familiar with all the diseas
es of this country, assuming that form. For fut.-
titer particulars call at his rooms as above. No
CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION.
Dr. S. will repeat his visits regularly. once in
four or five weeks, of which due notice will be
given. Dec. 2, 's2.—tf.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Or
phans' Court of Huntingdon county, to distribute
the balance in the hands of James Saxton, Admr.
of Benjamin Corbin, dee'd., amongst those enti
tled to receive the same, hereby gives notice, to
all parties interested, that lie will attend to the
duties of his said appointment, on Wednesday the
29th day of December, A. 1). 1852, at 1 o'clock,
I'. M., at his office in the borough of Huntingdon,
when and where all persons interested may attend
if they think proper. JOHN REED,
, December 2,1852.-4 t. Auditor.
To the Honorable Judges, of the Court of
Quarter Sessions of the Pence, in and for the
County of Huntingdon.
The Petition of George I). Hudson, Re9pcet
fully showed': That he is desirous of keeping en
Inn or Tavern in that huge and commodious
Stone House, situated in Scottsville, in the town
ship of Clay, in the County of Huntingdon, on
the moils road leading from Mount Union, to ihe
Three Springs, that he is well provided with
House room, and good stabling for horses, Mid
all other covenidnces necessary, fur the enter=
tainment of Strangers and Travellers, and that
the Inn or tavern proposed to he kept is suitable,
necessary to accommodate the public and etertain
Strangers. and travellers. He therefore prays
-your Honors to grant him a Licence to keep a
Public House at the place aforesaid, and he will
ever pray, &c,
GEORGE D. HUDSON,
The subscribers, citizens of the township of
Clay, aforesaid, in the County of Huntingdon,
being personally acquainted with the above named
petitioner, and also having a knowledge of the
house for which the License is prayed, do certily
that the Inn or Tavern above mentioned, is ne
cessary to accommodate the public, and entertain
strangers or travellers, and that the petitioner
above mentioned is of good repute fur honesty
and temperance, and is well provided with house
room and covenience fur lodging and accommo
dations of strangers and travellers. We there
beg leave to recommend him for a License
agreeably to his Petition.
Wm. P. Taylor, John Hooper, George W.
Price,George Rri,,r, Wm. Cornelius Alexander
Rough, John M. Wallace, Adam !leiter, Geo.
Hudson, Ephraim IC) let, James E. Glasgow
Richard S. Star.
Dec. 2, 's2.—St.
To the Honorable, the Judges of the Court of
quarter Sessions of the Peace, in and for the
county of Huntingdon, January Term, 1850.
The Petition ofJohn Fitzgerald, of Penn town
ship Huntingdon county, humbly shewetla That
gout petitioner bath provided himself with mate
rials for the accommodation of strangers, travel
lers and others; at his dwelling house in the vill
age of Marklesburg, township and county afore
said, and prays, that your Honors will be pleased
to grant him a License to keep a Public House
ofentertainment. And your petitioner as in duty
hound, will ever pray.
We the subscribers, Citizens of Penn township,
do certify that the above petitioner is of good re
pute for honesty and temperance, and is well
provided with house room and conveniences fur
the accommodation of stranger, travellers and
others, and that said tavern is necessary to ac
commodate the public, and entertain strangers or
J. B. Wintrode, A. G. Neif, .7. K. I,ett, G..
Garner, Andrew Grove, Jacob Frank, Win. Gar
ner, Wm. Boyer, Michaud Garner, Jac , ,!, Grove,
Henry Boyer, J.. P. Grove.
Dec. 2, '52.-3t.•
All persons interested are hereby notified that
the Trust account of Andrew Huey and Dr. John
Metz, Committee of SusAttNatt STEEL, a lunatic,
has been filed in the office of the Prothonotary of
the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon coun
ty, and that the same will be presented to the said
Court for confirmation, on the second Monday in
January next; at which time the cause will be al
lowed by the said Court, unless cause ho shown
why it should not be allowed:
THEO. 11. CREMER,
Dec. 2,1852.-3 t
Notice to Tax Collectors.
Tho Commissioners will meet at their office in
Huntingdon, en the 27th, 28th and 2nth of Do
comber, fur the purpose of giving exone•utions to
tax Collectors. You will therefore apply at that
time, as no exonerations will be given afterwards.
Proposal will be received at the same time fur
furnishing wood for the use of the Jail and Court
House. - . . .
By order of the Commissioners,
H. W. MILLER, Clerk.
The undersigned Auditor• appointed by the Or
',harm Court of Huntingdon County, to distri
bute the assets in the hands of John G. 'neck,
Esq., Administrator do bunts non of Samuel 1).
Miller, late of Warriorsmark township, dee'd.,
among the creditors of said deceased, will attend
for that purpose at the office of Jno. Owens, Esq.,
in the Borough of Birmingham, on Mundy, Jan
uary 3. 1853, at 10 o'clock A. M., when and
where all persons interested can be present if
they see proper.
JAMES CLARKE, Auditor.
To the Stockholders of the Huntingdon
and Broad Top Mountain Rail
Road and Coal Company.
In pursuance of the Act of incorporation, and of
the general Act of Assembly regulating Railroad
Companies, the undersigned, Commissioners of
said Company who have acted, .herehy give no
tice, that they have appointed Mon Hay the
tenth day of January, A. D. 1553,
between the hours of nine o'clock, A. M., and five
o'clock, P. M.. for the subscribers to the Capital
Stock of said Company to meet at the Court
House in the Borough of Huntingdon, for the
purpose of organizing the said Company, by the
election of rim: directors, one of whom is, at the
same time, to be chosen as President.
J. G. Mike, A. P. Wilson, Thomas Fisher, J.
MeCahan, James Gwin, James Entrekin, David
Blair. James Saxton, John Kerr, john Scott, S.
S. Wharton,, John A. Dale, George Jaeksoh, Jno.
Porter, Israel Grrzfius, SAL Green, John McCul
loch, James Clark, J. 13. Wintrode, Jacob Cress
well, Charles Mickley, Alexander King, job Mann,
Samuel L. Russell, William &ins, Andrew
Nejf: iVtn. P. Schell, David MeMiwirie, John B.
Gwen, Wm. Ayres, George W. Speer, Win. P. Or
bison, Levi Evans, James Patton, R. B. Petriken,
A. TV. Benedict, Alexander Port, James Maguire,
Isaac Cook, George Gwin, James Campbell, Ilan
id Grove, Henry Zimmerman, W. T. Dougherty.
December 2, 1852.
The Winter Session of Mrs. 13ournes' Draw
ing class having commenced, and nct yet full, she
is prepared to accommodate more scholars.
Terms, $5 per quarter.
Lessons i times a'week in the morning, so at-
ranged as not to interfere with the exercise of
the Public &hook.
Room at the residence of Mrs. 8., on Wash•
Nov. 25, '52.-3t.
The School Directors of Penn township want
to employ eight competent Teachers, to take
charge of the Schools in said township. Applica
tion must be made before the first of December,
at which time the Schools are to open.
J. K. ISETT, Pres't.
November 25, '52.-3t.•
The undersigned appointed Auditor to distri
bute the money in the hands of William 13. Zeig
ler, Trustee appointed by the Orphans' Court to
sell the real estate of Peter Heffner, late of Walk
er township, dee,d, (being the first payment for
the said real estate) and also to distribute the
balance in the hands of loose Heifuer, Adminis
trator of the said Peter Heither, deed., to and
amongst those entitled to the same, will attend for
said purpose at his Oflice in the Borough of Hun
tingdon on Friday the 17th day of December,
next, where all persons interested can attend if
they think praiser. JACOB MILLER.,
Built. Nay. 25, '52.-4t. Auditor.
Came to the residence of the subscriber, living
in Warriersmark township, Huntingdon county,
on or üboilt the first of July last, one Brindle
Steer, supposed to be about three years chi. The
owner is desired to come forward, prove property,
pay charges, and take him away, otherwise he will
be disposed of according to
November 25, '5'2.-3t•
Carne to the fltrm belonging to Juniata Forgo
property, about the tat ofJttne last, a Black and
White spotted Maly HEIFER, about eighteen
moths old. The owner is requested to come for
ward. prove property, pay charges and that her
away. BERNARD LORENZ
Hunt. NOV. 25,'52.-3 t .•
JOSEPH DOUGLASS, in Mdeonnellstown,
has constantly on hand, and is prepared to
make and repair GUNS °fall kinds at the short
est notice. Nov. 25, '52.
Estate of GEORGE SCIIELL, late of Penn town•
skip, Huntingdon co•, dee'd.
Letters of administrZion having been granted
to the undersigned, on the above estate, all per
sons having claims against said estate will pre
sent them dale authenticated for settlement, and
those inclebte.i will make immediate payment. •
JOHN C. MOORE,
Nov. 18, 183E-65.* Admr's.
Estate of D. E. BoonE, Into of Tod township,
Huntingdon cUunty, doe'il.
Letters of administration having !icon granted
to the undersigned on the above estate, all per
sons knowing themselves indebted will make im
mediate payment, and dins° having claims will
Present them properly authentiqi/ed fbr settle
ment. LEVI EVANS, Admr.,
Broad lop tp., Bedford co., Pa.
November 18. 1852.-60
H. W. S MI I T
November 18, 1852.
BEEN HIDER, taken in exchange for good, at
the Cheap Store of J. BRICKER.
Estate of John Grubb. late of Penn township,
Lettrs of administration having been granted
to the undersigned on the above estate, all per
sons having claims against wilt estate will pre
sent them duly authenticated for settlement, and
those indebted, will make immediate payment.
CHARLES MAGILL, /
• SAMUEL GRUBB, 5 Admr's.
Nov. I I, 'EL--Gt.
Estate of William Ilarrys?n, late ol West tawnshiii,
Letters of administration having been granted
to the undersigned, on the above estate, all per-
NOW having claims against said estate will pre
sent them duly authenticated for settlement, and
those indebted 'will make immediate payment.
JAMES HARRISON, Administrator.
Nov. 11, '52.--6t.•
Estate of Robert Speer, late of Cassville , Hunting.
Notice is hereby given that letters of adminis
tration having been gram.' to the undersigned
on the shove Estate, all persons indebted to the
same will make immediate payment, and those
having claims will muscat them duly authentica
ted for settlement.
GEORGE W. SPIER,
JAMES WILIAM?, S Mmes.
November 11, 1852.-6 r.
One of the best and largest selected stocks of
Boots and Shoes in Huntingdon. Also full as
sortment of Gum Shoes, of all sizes, at the new
stare of J. BRICKER.
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labours, writing on the PASSING TOPICS OF IN
TEREST, as they occur. He will also give, from
time to time, passages from his Travels in the
Tropics, and in the South and 11' , 38t, with portions
of which the readers of the Home Journal are al
ready jamilliar. His entire tune being devoted to
the paper, the well known VARIETY and INDUS
BEY of his pen will he seen in its columns as be
fore. But we have a new feature to offer from
the pen of Mr. Willis, and one that we believe
(at this period of taste for pieturings of rerl life)
will be pre-eminent y attractive. He proposes to
give a series of sketches descriytive of
Country-life within City-reach.
Our readers are acquainted with one successful
effort in this class of writing. His "Letters from
under a Bridge" described mere country life, as
experienced in a remote retirement on the Sus
queliannali. For the last year or two he has been
taking advantage of the new facilities given by
improvements in railroads and steamboats—uni
ling the repose and beauty of rural lilb with the
comforts and advantage of easy access to the city.
He finds mach in this which is new. It forms a
combination of the desirable qualities of the true
modes of life which he thinks well worth &seri.
bing and making familliar to the world. In ad
dition to the above,
A New Novel,
translated from the German by a graceful and
brilliant American author, entitled
will adorn the columns of the forthcomg new
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MORRIS & WILLIS,
Editors, 197 Fulton street, New York.
lin: Winter Term of this institution will com-
Mine November 25th, and continue fourteen
weeks. A very twat amid commodious building
has been erected by the Trustees, which will af
ford students every convenieuee whibh can be dc=
sired in this respect.
There have been some redactions made is hi4ioni
which will hereafter be as follows:
Common English, fourteen dollars per year.
For each branch of Higher Eng . li,h, ti 11l be cl O tre
ged additional, two dollars and forty Cis. pbryear.
Greek, Latin, and Higher Mathematics, each
additional three dollars per year.
Tuition, board, &c., aro positively as cheap as
they can be made.
The great prosperity of this institution, up to
this time, has placed its success and permanency
beyond a doubt. RALPH PIERCE,
Nov. 18,'52.-3t. Principal.
Estate of WILLIAM MCCARTNEY, life of Brady
township, Huntingdon county, c!co'd.
Letters of administration having been granted
to the undersigned on the above estate all persons
having claims against said estate will present them
properly authenticated for settlement, and those
indebted will take iminediate payment.
PETER F. KESSLER, Admr.
BRITISII PEMQDICAL LITERA.
Republication of the
LONDON QUARTERLY, THE ERIN.
BURGH, THE NORTH BRITISH,
AND THE WESTMINSTE RE-
VIEWS. AND BLACK
These periodicals are the critical comers of the
British scholastic and litterary world. By their
criticisms, they aid readers in the selection of
standard valuable hooks; and by the epitomes
which they present, often obviate the necessity of
consulting works to vonminoue for general ex
amination. They fill a plate° which American
magazines cannot supplp fur they discuss topics
relating snore strictly to the allitirs, political, re
ligious, scientific, and literary, of the continent of
Europe. They are concreted by the hest talent
of Great Britain; and are engaged with the most
Immo tent questhins which interest or agitate the
civilized would Whoever subscribes to them
all, may read the ablest reprssentatives of the
Principal parties into which the people of Great
Britain are divided."
TERMS.—PAYMENT TO DE MADE IN .IDVANCE.
For any one of the four Reviews, • • $3 00.
For any two do. . • 5 00.
For any three do. • . 7 00.
For all four of the Reviews,
For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 00.
For Blackwood and three Reviews, •
For Blackwood and the four Reviews, 10 00.
LEONARD SCOTT & CO., Publishers,
79 Fulton street, entrance 54 Gold street,
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST!
To his old frinds, and the l'ultlie Greeting.
Whereas I have just returned front the East,
with n full supply of
Ready Made Clothing
for Men and !lots-1 am prepared to sell
Coats, froni $2.50, to $14.00.
Punts, from $.1,75, to $5,00.
Vests, from 75 cents, to $5,00.
Shirts, and Shirt Collars, huts, Caps, Gloves,
Suspenders, Sec. &c., of sell sorts, 6• sizes, at prices
to suit all purchasers. Call and examine, before
you buy, at the Old Stand in Market Street.
Huntingdon, October 21, 1852.
Small I , arm for Sale.
The subscriber offers, at private sale, the
Ridgeland Farm or 90 acres, on which he now re
sides, in Henderson township, one mile north
east of Huntingdon. The land is of the best
quality of slate, all tillable, and well watered,
about 40 acres are in good cultivation, the rest
well timbered. A new, commodious, and neatly
finished frame house and log stable; and a line
orchard ofyoung apple and ;mach trees—mostly
grafted fruit—are on the premises. Intending to
move west in the spring, 1 um determined to sell
on reasonable terms.
Oct. 13, '52.-3m,
SUPERIOR Port Monnaies, Gold Pens, and
Pen and Pocket Knives, at E. SNARE'S.
Lives of Winfield Scott and lindrew
Jacicsoh, by J. T. Headley. 1 vol.
12m0., with Portraits. Uniform with
64 Napoleon and his .111arshals."—
Scott and Jackson are here placed together as
the two military men who have made the deepest
impressions on their country since the time of
Washington. They both achieved a brilliant re
putation in the war of 1812, and by the battles of
Chippewa, Niagara, New Orleans, etc., gave
their country a reputation at home and abroad,
and though differing widely in some characteris
tics, they were very similnr in others. The auth
or has not only sketched the biography of each,
but has given a faithful end graphic description of
the brilliant battles in which they were engaged.
The biography of Winfield Scott, which consti
tutes the greater part Of the volume, is full and
authentic, the materials for it having been derived
from public documents and from many officers
who had selveil under Scott. It presents to the
read& alsii a panoraMic view of the brilliant cam
paign of Mexico, embracing the storming and ca
pitulation of Vera Cruz, the battles of Cerro Om ,
do, Chin abuse°, Contreras, Molino del Rey,.Cha
pultepec, storming of Mexico, Triumphal Entry;
with description of the scenery, personal inci
dents, etc. The author has fully sustaihed the
reputation acquired by "Napoleon and his Mar
shals," anti other work's, of which over 200,000
volumes have been sold.
FRANK FREEMAN'S BARBER-WON
a Tale for the South. and North, by
Rev. B. R. Hall. author of “Some
ling for Everybody," "J'eew Pur
chase," ctc. 1 vol. 12mo. 75c.
This work, while it advocates the cause of the
African, would do justice to the South. It would
awaken sympathy, but not excite wrath, nor turn
pity/for the Negro into vengeance against the
not inculcate treason under pretence of love
and freedom. it would have love do the work of
hate. It will be marked with the characteristics
of the author, so well known to the public by his
previous works, of whom it wits said in the publi
cation of "The New Purchase," that "Ile was
master of many styles, and had stepped to the
highest round of the ladder at once:" The work
is no defence of slavery; but it would be a balance
wheel, not to stop, but to concentrate, equalise,
and direct other motions. It treats the altruism
of the North to the Let adjoins. Tho writer wit
nessed much that he describes, and real persons
are introduced under new names, so that the
work, while it will possess the interest of fiction,
is not only true to life, but in ninny of its scenes
mid characters is true in fact.
Will he Published in October.
56 Park Row and 145 NasSau St. N. Y.
N. B.—Either of these works will lie thrward
ed by mail (prepaid) to the address of any party
sending the prices annexed:
Nov. It, '51.-Im.
The public are hereby informed that the sub
scriber has leased that popular and well known
store room in the Elephant building, opposite the
Railroad Hotel, where he has just received and
opened the latest and hest supply of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
in - town. nig stock consists of every variety of
DRY GOODS; GROCERIES, HARDWARE,
QUENSWARE, BOOTS, SHOES, &c.,
all of which will be sold low for the "dust," dr
exchanged for country phallic°.
Ladies and gentlemen aro respectfully invited
to call and "see the Elephant," at least, as no
charge is made fur exhibiting the animal.
Fall and Winter Clothing
AT THE HUNTIAGDON CLOTH
A. WILLOUGHI3Y, has just returned from
Clio east with a large and splendid assortment of
fur men and boys, made in the latest fashion and
in the most durable rummer. Who ever wants
to he dressed hatter and cheaper than any body
else in town, let him call at WILLOUOIIISY'S
Clothing Store, one door West of Thos.
Reed & Sun, drug store in Huntingdon. Call and
see for yourselves. October 21, 1852.
J. & W. SAXTON
Have just received the most magnificent supply of
Fall and Winter Goods
ever offered to the citizens of Huntingdon. They
consist of every variety of Dress Goinli, gnat as
Silk Dress Patents, plain and figured-'--Merinos,
Parmetta Cloth. Muslin de Lune, Alpacas of dif
ferent colors, Silk Lustres, &c., and every
thing in the shape of Ladies' Dress Goods. Also,
Black Silk, Bonnet Silk, Sock Flannels of every
variety and color; Cloths, Cassimere and Vesting
of every variety and color. Sattinetts at all prices:
500 pieces aSsorted Prints, Long Shawls, Thibett
Shawls, Muslims, Ginighains, Flannels, Carpets,
Carpet bugs, Gent. Cravats Ladies Collars; La
ces, Bonnet Ribbons, Feathers, Linings, Gloves
of every variety; Ladies Dress Trimmings, bias
tin, Tippets, Mull's, Bonnets, German Hoods,
the bast assortment ever niThred in this place.
a heautifid,assortment of every variety and at etc
eeeditigry tow prices.
such us Grain Lcatlicr,.and ooarsat. rogan Boots.
Also—ah kinds of Ladies and GenliSlioes; please
cull and oxtunino oar stock.
No. 1 Moleskin lints, No. 2 Moleskin Hats, and
an endlOss valet). or Caps fur Alen and Boys.
G I? 0 CARIES'
at such prices as cannot fail to please the most
fastidious. Also—every other article, such as
are commonly kept in a country store, which we
are selling lower than any other house in town or
country; call and see. We are determined to sell
dr our old stock at cost, or under. [oct. 14, '52.
HEADLEY'S NEW WORK.
, t „,,,,-
ANSPacw - • ~,. - 1 Inigilira, or
October 14, 1852,
Fall aid IViater Goods
BOOTS anti SIIOE§,
lIATS and CAPS,
"ALL'S GOLD THAT GLITTERS"
In the Large arid, Splendid Stock of Watches,
Jewelryand Cloc k s, just opened by
He has la,far the most extensive and best se
brought to Huntingdon,
comprising Gold and Silver 'Watches, (Hunting
Watches, Patent Levers, Anchors, Lepines and
Quartiers,) Fob,Vest and Guard Chains, Finger
and Ear Rings, Breast P,ins,.o tiff and Scarf Pins,
Medallion Cases, Sails, Keys, Pencils, Silver
Table Ware, Coral Beads, Spectacles, Gold Pens,
Fine Knives, Port Monaies, and an endless vari
ety of Fancy Goods.
Cr Persons having fine Wa tidies And Jewelry
needing repairing, can confidently loam them with
him, as ho has employed one of the best workmen
in the State. Work WARRANTED.
Huntingdon, Oct. 14, 1852. -
To « All the World and the Rest of
KNOW YE THAT
GEORGE G WIN,
Has just received from the Eastern Cities at hn•ge
and splendid assortment of fresh
PALL and WINTEM. GOODS,
at old stand in Market Square, where he will
Ue pleated to see his old customers, and the pnb
flis Goo,ls were selected to suit this market,
and he is determined to sell on terms to suit pur
His ithotitrient consists of DRY-GOOHS.
Hats and Caps, Glassware,
Boots and Shoes, Hardware, &.c.
and a great variety of Goods of all kinds.
Feeling thankfnl for past favors, lie hopes, by
strict attention to business, to merit a continuance
of the saute. [oat. 14, '52.
1,000 BOOK AGENTS WANTEB,
TO SELL PICTORIAL AND USEFUL.
WORKS FOR THE YEAR 1853.
$l,OOO Dollars a Year !
WANTED in every County in the United Strifes,
active and enterprising men, to engage in
the sale of some of the host Books published its the
Country. To teen of good address, possessing a
small capital of from $25 tol tOO, such induce
ment;; will he offered as to enable then] to make
from $3 to $5 a day profit.
GT' The Books pahlished by us are all useitil
in their charaltcr,.ektreniely popular, and com
mand large sales wherever they ere of Bred.
For further partieularA, suldram (postage paid,)
ROBERT SEARS, PUBLISHER,
Pkl William Street, New York.
October 7,1852.—1 m.
MR. EDITOR I-
I was one of the many of our citizens who
were attracted by the "Grand Exhibition," of our
neighbor Charles S. Black, Esq., and 1 of course
attended the opening exhibition, I urn also one
of the few who understand the value of a good
newspaper: Being therefore "booked up" in the
facts, and the price of the press, and anxious to
impart substantial knowledge to the understand
ings of toy neighbor, I have taken this method
to say to von would have your Soles well
Cared fur, call et black's, and examine his stock
Of ',tidies, and Gentleman's, shoes and boots, he
warrants the work not rip; and stitches withuot
charge irit does. Neighbors try him
Huntingdon Cotintylineal Insur
Wish to receive applieationg fbr tigents„
from such persons as are willing to give
time and attention to the duties. The pay
allowed will fully compensate agents for
their trouble. Agencies and duties con
fined to the county. Apply in person or
by letter, post-paid, to
DAVID SNARE, Sec.
Huntingdon county Mutual Insurance
At a meeting of the Directors of the Hontink :
don county touted Insurance Company held at
the Court House in the Borough O Huntingdon
on Monday Sept. fith 1852. On motion said
Company was organized, by appointing James
Cain, Esq., Pres., and David Snare, Esq., Sec
ret,u•y and Treasurer. James David Me-
Maori° and John Huyett were appointed an Ex
As. suet) as Blanks and instructions can be pre
pared; proper agents will he appointed to secure
applications for Insurance against tire. David
Snare of the Borough of Huntingdon is authorised
to grant Insurances immedediately on applica
tion. Payment for Insurances will not be re
quired untill time Policies are tendered to the ap
plicant. By order of the Board.
JAMES GWIN, Pres.
DAVID SNARE, Secretary.
Sept. a, 1752.
►VATCIIES, CLOCKS, AND JEWELRY.
The subscriber, thankful to his friends and pa.;
trons, and to the Public generally, for their pa
tronage, still continues to carry on at the same
stand, one door cast of Mr. C. Cost's flotel, Mar=
ket street, Huntingdon, where he will attend to
all who will fever him with their custom, and al
so keeps on hand a good assortment of WA ES,
CL9C, JEWELRY, &c., all of Mikis he is
determined to sell nt low prices.
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry of all kinds will
be repaired at short notice, and having sonde ar
rangements with a good workinan. all repairs will
be done in a neat and dnrable manner, and every
person. leaving articles Mr repairing shall have
them done at the precise time. By paying strict
attention to business, and selling at low rates, Ito
hopes to receive a share of, public patronage.
Huntingdon, Sept. 7, 1852.-Iy.
All' per Sons knowing themselves indebted to
the subscriber, either by note or otherwise, are
requested to cell and make settlement, at his store
in Portotown, near Huntingdon, as he is desirous
of having his old Books closed.
July 29, 1852.
Abeautiful assortmenf of Fancy C;ipiu g s
Vesting fer sole by J. &W. SA No'ri )N.
6 1 7'21,1 bre. No. I for
of GE, i;NVIN.
10'100 Sucks gait in store, nod for sato
by CEO, WIN.
itt Linseed Oil, 20 kegs Lead,
Jersey Window Glass and Putty. is :it the
store of w
Blasting Powder slid Safely Fa, always
no hand awl for sale at the cheap
(Ft' A splendid article of Corpot ehoia always
oil hand and for solo at the cheap store of
AVERY htige lot of BOSOM PI 's,
CUFF PINS, EAR RINUS, PENCIES
i 1 KEYS for the litlies at ',Elm SNARE'S.
Most Popular Religious Books of
the . Age.
WORKS OF THE REV Henry Blunt,
4 vols. 12mo. Price reduced to 75 cents
e'n - al;.vit!
. . .
LIFE. OF OUR SAVIOUR, 1701.'
LIVES OF ST. PAUL AND ST. PILTER, .VOL
LIVES OF ABRAHAM, ISACC AND JACOB, I vol. .
SERMONS AND DISCOURSES ON TIIE XXXIX
ARTICLES, I vol.
30,000 of these books have been sold .in Eng
land, and from 3 to 4000 in this country, where
they are now offered at tem than half their original
price. No religious writings are more pleasant or
profitable to read. The style is very clear and
beautiful; the spirit of Christian tenderness end
love beams in light on every page; and few books
inmileate a safer and more practical acquaintance
with Holy Scripture, am it whole. A thousand
copies should be read where one is now.
BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS,
and the best STANDARD AND New AND ExTEtt-
TAINING Weans, wills an extensive stock qf Jl2-
VENILE Booxs, Books for SuttoAt ScnoOL3i
Publications of the Prot..Epis. S. S. Union, and
the Evan. Knowledge Society, for sale at the low
H. BOXR, Publisher,
and Cheap Theological and Miscellaneous Book
sellers, corner ehesnut and Eighth Streets, NUL
ADELPHIA. • [Oct. 28, '52.-3m.
MBE LATE DISASTROUS FIRE Icties
-11- fresh evidence of the reliance to be placed in
"OLIVER EVANS' FIRE PROOF SAFES,"
IVO. 61 South Second St.,
"We take pleastimiu stating that we had one
of Oliver Evans' Fire Proof Safes' in our store
during the GREAT, FIRE AT DART'S
BUILDINGS, which when taken A•birit the ruins
and opened, was found to hate preserved our
Books, Papers, &c., entirely uninjurcd. GETZ &
Cer "My store was entered by I3urglars, anti
failing to Pick the Lock of qty Iron Sate, they
tried to blow it open with Powder, but no loss or
injury was sustained. It was , purchased of Oli
ver Evans, 61 S. Second, street, Philadelphia.
J. Fo s, Bordentown N;
Fur sale, of all sites, by OLIVETIP.: I 7ANS,
tom - Sole Agent
Day & World's Fair Premium Bank;
Vault and Store Locks—Thief and Powder mot,
Also, in store—Seal and Letter Copying PreSk- .
es. Trucks, for storing boxes, hales or crates.
Druggists' Presses, with Cylinders and Pans.—
Portable Shower Baths, of superior construction.
Water Filters, fur purifying had water. Refrig
erators, and Ice Chests. Water Coolers of alt
kinds, for Hotels, Stores, &e.
Sept. 30, 1t,52.-31n.
FALL MILLINERY GOODS.
JOHN STONE & SONS;
IMPORTERS A\II DEALERS IN,
FRENCH MILLINERY GOODS,
NO. 45 SO U 771 SECOND STREET,
HAVING completeit the improvements to their
Store, are how opening a large and beautiful
Paris Fancy Feathers,
French and American Flowers,
Fandy Boneit and Cup Rihbons;
Fancy Bonnet Sitiffii,
Cordekapd Plain Veihets, Satins,
Gros.,(PAfrigni,s, l a nces, &c., &c.
To which they hivite ~the attention of Mer
chants and Milliners visiting the city.
September 23, 185.-21 n
The Subscriber having leased the Public House,
formerly knonn us the „American House, No. 18
S. Sixth Street, between Market and Chesnut
Streets, has changed the name of the same to
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
Begs leave to inform his friends and the Public,
that this house has undergone a thorough remod
elling, repairing, repainting and repapering, from
attic to basement. An entire new outfit of
tore, bedding, &e., &c., has been procured from'
the most celebrated Manufacturers in this city.
From the central locution, and its close proa •
itnity to the Railroad Depots,.Staarnhtiat Land ,
logs, Places of Atnitsetrftmt,.Faidliouable Tlii4-
ouglifitres and Public Squares, it otters induce !
merits to the Merchant visiting the city on busi
ness, or the Traveler seekingpleasnre. To fam
ilies and females visiting tbe city, every facility
will he offered, and every coMfbrt regarded to
make their visit agrepable and pleasant.
A share of the public patronage is respeetfullji
JACOB G. LEI3O, JARED IRVIN,
• Superintendent. Proprietor,
September 9. 1852.-6 m
SIIELDRAKE'S ALLEGHENY HOUSE;
No. eBO, Market St., above Els*, Mandelplaa.
Under the new arrangement the cars which ar
rive from Pittsburg, Harrisburg, &e., will run to
the New Depot, corner of Schuylkill sth and Mat
ket. In order to accommodate the public we will,
always have our Coach at the New Depot on the
arrival of the cars fo miry Passengers to the Al
legheny IlOuse, which is in the centre of the city.
Our old friends will please ride down,
and all who
wish to patronise a House with a Good Table,
Clean Beds, and accommodating assistants, will
please give as a cell. Terms, one dollar per day.
August 21, 1852.-Cm.
Would respectfully inform his friends mid the
public, that he has on hand and is receiving for
the coming season, a tine assOrielient of
GU' (316. CS. U.'UA
Consisting of Wittehes, Chains, Breast Pins, Fin:
ger Rings, Far Rings, Pt . ficils, goys, Thimbles,:
tituds; Medallions tte: Together with his colobta
ted and unrivalled:
Trzu z i
Which is equal if not superior, to any uow in use
Each Pen is Engraved with his own name,
and every Pen Warranted,
Oh did you ever, no I never !
Mercy on us what a treat!.
Get Reud's Gold Pen, they'rti.extra tine;
And only found in North Third Street,
A splendid Pen !!!„ liltere did you get it ?
Pure Diamond Poittted 4 can't ho heat;
Yes, my Mends there's no humhuging
In Rmurs Gold Pinis of irth Third Street
g•Reas Gold Pen is Band only at 55 North'
Third Street, below Arch East Sitio.
Piladelphia. Jan. S, 1852.—t1:
Paint, Varnish, Turpentine, Tat!, Ro
sin, Onkuth, Ropes, &C., tor ealo by J.'do
116 it Family Flour,' by the riarril or'
retail, nt .I...Bricker's Store. ep. 22, '52.
A large assortment of Candies, Nuts, Figs,
Raisins, Dates, Prunes, T.emons, Oranges, Scotch .
Herring, Coed &e., wholesale and re.
tail, at the cheap store of .1. BRICKER.
April 22, 18'42.