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or, Bang, the Minister of Education, Simenv,
and even the Minister of Justice, Scheel, would
retire. The announcement of the dissolution
in the Volkething produced a thundering "bra.
co" fur the King and for the 45 minority.
Letters from Copenhagen of the 22d report a
partial . change in the Danish cabinet. Thesju
:lst Oersted, who, by his friendly amendment to
the resolution of the Cabinet, moved in the late
Diet, brought the Government more votes than
it had before been able to obtain, is admitted
into the Ministry. M. Bang remains, as well
as M. Bluhme. M. Simony, Minister of Jus
tice, it is said, retires.
No. 24. Still another had case of Dyspepsia
cured. We copy the following from one of the
Philadelphia papers of last week :
Cr DYSPEPSIA CURED.—I do hereby
certify, that J was severely afflicted with Dys
pepsia, for four or five years, and hail tried sever
al Physicians of high standing; but found no re
lief, until I took Dr. J. W. Cooper's Dyspepsia
Hitters and Pills,—prepared by C. P. Hcwes.—l
took these for three mnths, and they have cored
etc sound anti well. To any person calling on
me fur information respecting my disease I will
give every satisfaction in regard to it.
Wost Chester r June 19th, 1851.
This Medicine may he had of T. Read & Bon,
agents fur the Proprietor.
“I DIGEST l” Soon to one TRUE
MEANING of the word ..PEPSIN,' or of the two
Greek words from which it is derived. This is
the significant and appropriate title of the TRUE
DIGESTIVE FLUID, or GASTRIC JUICE, prepared'
by Dr. J. 8. HOUGHTON, of Philadelphia, from
the fourth stomoch of the Ox, for the cure of In
digestion and Dyspepsia. It is Nature's own
remedy for an unhealthy Stomach. No art of
man can equal its curative powers. It renders
GOOD EATING perfectly consistent with HEALTH.
See the figure of the Ox, in another part of this
OW An ounce Act is worth a pound of theo
ry: and the swarm of conclusive facts that elector
round that incomparable preparation, Hooflanci's
German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson,
Philadelphia, establishing its value as a tonic and
restorative' arc each as would prevent incredulity
itself from questioning its efficacy. In all cases
of nisei.° of the etemach, whether acute or chron
ic, it may be recommended for its soothing, cor
dial, and renovating influence. Dyspepsia. heart
burn, loss of appetite, nausea, itnrvous tremors,
relaxation, debility, &sc., are relieved, by the
Bitter. Ins very short space of time; and a per
severenee in their use never fails to work a thor
On the 10th instant, by Rev. A. Brittain,
Mr. GEORGE fl NASH. to Mitt ClllBBl ANN
ConAN, both of this borough.
On the 1 sth instant, at Mil!creek. by Rev. A.
Brittain, Mr. WILLIAM BLACK, or A1t0... Blair
Co., to Miss HENRIETTA LIGHTNER, of Kisha•
coquilles Valley, Mifflin Co.
On Tnestlay, the 1 ith hist., by Rev. Lowman
Dawes, R. ALLISON MILLER, D. 1). S., to Bliss
MOLLIE L. FISIIER, both of this place.
With the above we received n very handsome
rake, for which our esteemed young friends who
have just entered the new relation of life, will
please accept our most cordial thanks. They have
our best wishes for ali ving,u ni terrupted stream of
happiness—a long and prosperous Momd a never
dying wreath of honor ever to crown their brow.
Borrows will come—toils are already here—hut
thei , . career commences youthful , and under the
most cheering prospects of unmarred happiness,
brightened still more by the joyful greetings of
warm and numerous friends.
HUNTINGDON, May 17, 1853.
Flour ncr h hi.,
Myer Reed. per hu.,
Red Wheat. per ha.,
White Wheat, per hu,
ve, per hu
Corn, per hu
Buckwheat, per hu• • •
Oats, per hu
Flaxseed. per hu
Hay, per ton
Butter, per lb.,
Eggs, per doz.,
PHILADELPHIA, tiny 17, 1853.
Fish, for medium, per hhl., $12.75
No. I',, $13.50 n 13.75
Flonr, per barrel, $4.874
Wheat per bushel, $1,14 a 1,18
Iron per ton, Anthracite
$35.00 a 36.00
,„ 37 00 38.00
Plaster per tan, $4.00 a 4,25
Leather, active and prices well enstainrd.
MITE subscribers to the Stock of the Huntingdon
1 and Broad Top Mountain Rail Road and
Coal Company ore hereby required to pay to the
undersigned, Treasurer of snid Company, fire
dollars on each share by them respectfully sub
scribed for. (being the second instalment on their
subscriptions) on or before the 10th day of June
next. JACOB MILLER,
Huntingdon, May 16, 1853.-St. Treas.
Grocery, Confectionary, Bakery,
ICE CREAM SALOON.
HENRY .T. AFRICA, would respectfully in
vite the public to call at his establishment
in Railroad Street, where all those who need any
good Bread, Rusk, or any other kind of Cakes
found at a Bakery, may he supplied.
He has just received a very large and fresh
/nipple of Fruit and Confectionaries. such as
ORANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS, NUTS, &c.
His Ice Cream Saloon is one of the most beau
tiful and gorgeously furnished rooms to he found
outside of Philadelphia, it is worth a visit' there
just to see the saloon, sad then, if you should feel
like taking a saucer of ice cream the AGENT can
/Ripply you with the best article that has over been
manufactured in this or any ether country.
Thankful to the public for past favors, he hopes
by strict attention to business to merit a continu
ance of pat ronage.
May 18, '53.-Iy.
HUNTINGDON MARBLE YARD.
The undeisigned respectfully informs his
friends and the public generally. that he has es
tablished a MARBLE YARD, in the borough of
fluntingdon and has jest received from Phila
delphia a selected stock of choice Marble grave
atones, of every description, which he will furnish
at very reduced prices.
All orders from any part of the county or ad
joining counties, a 'dressed to the undersigned,
will be received and promptly attended to.
May 18, 1853.-Iy.
lames ilitaillett respectfully informs h is
friends sad the traveling pu'alie generally, that
he has taken "barge of the "Keystone Hotel," at
spruce Creek, Huntingdon county, Pa., and is
well prepared to accommodate all who may favor
him with their custom. No pains will bo spared
to render the fullest satisfaction.
May 18, 1853.
At the old stand formerly occupied by Peter
Swoop!, on Main Street, Huntingdon, I'a.,
has just returned front the City with a
New Stock of
Fancy Goods, Notions, Drugs, Paints,
Which are offered at the lowest prices, also re
ceiving a largo supply of CANDIES, which
will be gold at wholesale price as low so 14 eta.
per lb,' Also, Fruits, Oranges, Lemons, axis
ins, Figs, &c. All of which have been bought
with great care, and on the best terms, and will
be sold low fair Cash or to punctual customers.
1 flatter myself that I can and will sell Goods as
they eon he bought for in this neighborhood.—
My friends are requested to call and examine for
themselves, feeling confident that those who do
so cannot go away without buying. Ladies and
Gentlemen of this neighborhood believe me when
I say that great pains have been taken to get such
goods as you admire.
Huntingdon, 1 1:1,) 18, '33.
s AN ORDINANCE
ReV , !Whig the Sidr.MAR, or Parentent.i, de.,
is Mt Borough of Ifuntingdott
qeuriofr I. Be it enacted by the Burgess and
Town Council of the Borough of Huntingdon,
and it vereby enacted and ordaiped by the
Antherity't the same. That it shall be the
duty of th Street Regulators , before the fif
teenth day June next, to regulate, grade, and
mark ceVatoehe proper width, as fixed by exist
ing Ordinanees of this Borough, and to mark
off and fit the gradation of the gutter along
and outsid e of said side walks or pavement of
two feet andfeix inches wide and six inches
deep, on thevEaetern side of' St. Clair Street
from Allegheny Street to Mifflin Street—on tFe
Western tidesbf Smith Street, from the sense
Sthe Western side of Montgomery
Street from Afilin Street to Moore Street, on
the Western side of Bath Street from Hill
Street to Moore Street—On Franklin Street,
from Hill Street to Mifflin, on the Eastern side.
On Washington-Street, on the Northern side,
from St. Clair Street to Charles Street. On
Mifflin Street, og the northern side, from the
same points. it
Seer. 2. Thatethe owner or owners, occupi
er, or occupiers elk any house, lot, or part of a
lot of ground, fronting on any of the aforesaid
Streets, between the points designated in the
preceding Section, phall, on or before the first
day of Septembe r heat, pave the side-walks or
foot-ways, opposite to such lots, (except where
pavements are already made,) with good hard
brick, the paving to be done according to the
grade, as fixed by the Street Regulators--and
to be with a descent of six inches, from the line
of the lot to the curb-stone,—the curb-stone to
be not less than two feet in length, three inch
es thick, and to be set below tlse established
grade at least two feet and six inches deep.—
Provided, That only the said pavements shall
be reuired to be made upon the side of the
said Streets, as enumerated and mentioned in
the first Section of this ordinance. And Provi
ded, further, That a pavement with round
stones or pebbles, at the entrance of Alleys, or
places where horses or wagons are permitted
to cross the said foot-ways, and a pavement of
five feet in width along the outside, or nearest
to the curb-stone, inn front of all vacant lots, and
by the side dad lots, which adjoin any Street
lengthways of the lot shall be deemed and held
sufficient compliance with this ordinance.
Seer. 3. That if any owner or owners, occu
pier or occupiers of any 101,, upon the several
Streets as aforesaid, shall refuse, or before the
said first day of September, shall neglect, to
pave and curb opposite the same, in tine man
ner provided in tine second Section of this or
dinance, he, she, or they, upon such refusal or
neglect, shall forfeit and pay for the use of the
Borough, the suns of sixty-four cents for each
and every square yard of such side-walks or
foot-ways es shall remain unpaved by reason of
such refusal or negbet. Provided, That no
tenant or lessee shall he compelled to pay more
in the making of said pavements, or by reason
of the refusal or neglect to make the same, than
the annual rent of the lut or premises, by him
or her occupied.
SECT. 4. Upon the refusal of any lot holder
or occupier, to comply with the previsions of
this ordinance, or immediately after the lot of
September, where the said lot holder, owner or
occupier, shall have nedeeted to comply with
the same, it shall be the dsgy of the High Con
stable to make report, in writing, forthwith, to
the Chief Burgess, and latent Burgess, of
any and every such refl., or neglect; and it
shall be the duty of the ri „Burgess, and Asst.
Burgess, immediately Ilion • such report being
made, to sue for and reran, ; from the person
or persons having incurr.l the same, the pen
alty, mentioned in the thief Section of this or
dinanee—to be recovered ,s fines imposed by
the ordinances of this Be rushare now rem,
erable; and on the same loing recovered, the
Burgess shall direct the Supervisor to pave
such side-walks or foot-wee, or the parts there
of-in the manner herein lefore directed to be
done at the expense of thelleroneh.
SECT. 5. That if any prson shall hereafter
put down or set eurb•stonet of a less dimerurrn
than provided for in the seeded Section of th , s
Act, it shall be the duty of the Chief Burgess
or Supervisor, to remove the OM forthwith,
and the neglect or refusal to comply with such
' notice for twenty-four hours, than subjeet the
person, so neglecting or !taunt'', to pay a fine
of ten dollars; and the continvel neglect or re
fusal, as aforesaid, shall subj, t such person or
persons to a further penalty f ten dollars for
every succeeding twenty-four , enrs, while such
neglect or refusal shall continue, to inc recover
ed as fines, and by the exiveg ordinances of
this Borough recoverable. _ _ _
SECT. 6.' That it shall be the duty of the
Town Clerk to have this o , linance printed,
within one week from this .!ste, and to cause
at least ten copies of the earl to be posted in
the most public places in thcliorow.h. and to
have the same published inthe "Globe" and
Approved 14th May, A.:). 1853.
THOS. P. (11VBELL,
Attest: S. S. SNIVEL Clk.
Ma;• 18, 1863.
PUMP MAK liG.
The subscriber respectfully:lll.4ms the public
that he now devotes his who!, time and atten
tion to making and repairin.,, pumps and will
promptly attend to all orders sod calls that he
may he favoured with warreved all work to be
made of the best materials, nil done in work
manlike manner at reasonahlr prices. Address
Mill Creek P. 0. Huntingdon county,
ISAAC WOL V ERTON.
We tho Subscribers having ssed of Isaac Wol
verton's make of Pumps and 19 not hesitate in
saying that we believe them t, be the best pump
that is now in general use.
T. Porter, Thu. Rend.
Charles Porter, Jno Armitage,
Wm. D. Shaw, Wiliam Dorris,
Conrad Bucher, Willem Christy,
Jno. Whittaker, ]) a ed Bliar,
Wm. Orbison, D. Neldurtrie,
May 18, 1853.
ORPHANS' COLST SALE.
In pursuance of an order of the Orphan's
Court of Huntingdon county, thorn will be expo
sed to public sale,
On Tuesday the 10th day of June next,
on ihe premises, ell that Planation or Tract of
Land, situate in Brady townrdp, in said county,
containing 280 acres. moo or less. About
120 acres of this tract are cleared, and in a rea
sonably good state of cultivation. Erected there
on aro a two story dwelling louse, a double barn,
and other necessary outbuildings, there is also a
well of excellent water convenient to the house.
'rums—Ono-half of the purchase money to be
paid on confirmation of the sale and the residue
within one year thereafter with lawful interest to
be secured by the bonds and mortgage of the
purchaser. Sale to commence at 1 &clock P. M.
of said day. To be sold as the property of James
Hampton dec'd., by his administrator.
Mete 18 , 1853.-31.Adinr.
THE unders4med appointed by the Court of
Common Pleas an Auditor to make distri
bution of the fund in the hands of Wm. B. Zeig
ler, Sheriff arising from tho sale of the Real Es
tate of Allen Green, will meet fur that purpose at
his Office, in the borough of Huntingdon, on
Tuesday the 21st day of June next, at ton o'clock
A. M. All persons interested are required to
make their violins before such Auditor or be de
barred from coming in upon soil fund.
A. W. BENEDICT, Auditor.
May 18,1853 —4t.
rrilE undersigned appointed by the Court of
I Common Pleas an Auditor to make distribu
tion of the fund in the hands of John It. them
and John Snyder, Assignee. of I)4niel Protztuan,
to and among the creditors entitled thereto, will
meet for that purpose at Ids (Ace, in the borough
of Iluntingdon On Monday the 20th day of June,
ut ten o'clock A. M., at which time and place all
persons interested will present their claims if they
think proper. A. W. BENEincr; .
May 18, '53.-4t. Auditor.
--A g ono I,a the best, nt
MOWN!) SNYHE'S 1
Nefflin's Treatise on Mild' Cow,:,
•c IMPORTANT WORK FOR EVLUT FARMER.
The subscribe! has
,jest published and offers
for Sale, A Treatise en the 3filch Cow, Icy which
the truths and quantity of Milk. which any Cosy
will give, may be accurately detertnined by oh
serving natural titlarks, or external indications
alone; the length of time she will continue to
give milk, &c. fly John Nefflin.
This Treatise although founded upon the cele
brated theory of Guenon, whirl, fern number of
years past line attracted the attention of Farmers,
Dairymen. end others, in claimed to he nn im
provement npon it. It in the restilt of eight
years experimental observation.—the anchor law.
int: separated that with+ was ttnneces wv in
Ifnenntes Treatise. from that which was rsnential.
The whole has been minced m simple rules
adapted to the comprehension of every Farm,
rendering it perfectly PAR,' for env one to under
stand, and apply the discovery of nitenon.
The want of proper classification in Guenom
the obscure and confused exnl ooo tioo , .M. " 4
his discovery of very little value. In the present
Treatise, the main object of the author has been,
to classify and explain. her handsome illustrations
and otherwise, the principles of this great dis
covery. so as to render their practical application
It will he suffletent for present purposes to soy,
that a thorough understanding of the system,
will enable the Farmer or Dairymen to determine,
ernot only the daily quantity of milk a Cow
will yield, but only lone this yield will continue.
Again. it is susceptible of Implication to Calves
of three months old, so that the hreeder can de
termine. even at that early age. which promise to
become good milkers. and which do not. And
again, as the marks can he discerned in hull
Calves as well on in Cows, the in:portnnt infor
mation is secured to the Former. which enables
him to couple such mole and female animals. rig
belong to the same class, and thus increase their
productiveness for the diary. to the utmost possi
ble extent. The breeder, hen proper applica
tion of the rules. mnv so improve the character of
Ilia stock, as to double its volue.Ssll
The work is cot up in very lintulsome style,
with a large plate, (prepared expressly for it.)
illnstrnting the principles told down. It will he
furnished at the low price of 30 cents ner single
copy, in paper covers. Colored illustrations.
37 cents. Bound copies. 50 cents. Or the work
will he furnished: Six copies. plain illustrations,
$1,50; do. colored, $2,00; do. bound, $2.50. Ad
dress, post paid, C. B. ROGERS,
Seed and Agricultural Implement Store, No. 29
Market Street. Philadelphia.
May 10, '53.-It.
ORPHANS , COURT S 41LE.
By virtue of an order of the Orphan's Court of
Huntingdon county. there will he sold at public
'Tithe or outcry on the premises on
Saturday the 11 th day of June now. 1853.
the following described real estate in Franklin
township in said county, the property of George
Thompson, late of the township aforesaid. tlceM.,
to wit A certain messungo or tract of lime
stone land in said township. adjoining land of
'the heirs of - Crain. deed on the east. of the
hers of James Travis, Esq., dee'd.. on the South
of domes Morrow the nest, and lands of G. & J.
11. Shoeuberger on the north. containing
he the same more or less. of which about 160
ACRES nre elenred and in a good soon of multi -
squirm; having thereon nn AMAn orMinrd. two
dwelling houses, one of which in frnmo end pint
tired, the other log tel stone. cart tan stories
high, one double log Imre one horse stnhle, one
,vngon shed and other buildings. There are on
Enid land several springs of good water. and ap
pearance of a gond onnlity . of iron ore. And cite
one other parcel of mountain or timher bind. ad
joining land of the heirs of the said Erin Crane,
dee'd., on the north. of the heirs of die said .ins.
Travis, Esq., on the west. and of Shrub, Stewert
& Co.. on the south. containing eight neres he
the same more or less.
T.,. OF SA L.—One-014 , 1 of the numbs ge
mon, to he nab' on contirtnation of gal c. and
ccddne in two mord tnnual payments thereafter
with interest. to he secured by the bonds and
morlengo of the Purchaser. Sale tos commence
at one o'clock. I'. NI of said day, when doe at
tention will he cirri, by
May 18, 's3.—ts. Executor.
ORPHANS , COURT SALE.
TN persunnee of nn nlins order of the Ortilinns'
Court of Huntingdon county. there will he ex
posed to public sale, on the prenti,es,
On Saturday the 1 1th day of June next,
at 4 o'clock P. M.. the interest of the minor chil
dren of Jacob S. Midterm dee'd.. in nil Met re,
min lot or piece of ground, situate in Franklin
township, in said county, adjmnitut another small
lot. lately purchased by the widow of said dec'il.
Spruce t'reek. and other lands belnngilM to the
estate of said Jacob S. Mattern, dec'd , mud nine
Four Acres, One Hundred and Twenty-six Per
ches. Terms to be tnittle known nn the day of
sale, by the Guardians of said minor childrun.
May 18, '53.-3t. Guardians.
S. S. WHARTON,
Attorney at Law,
Vill attend to all business entrusted to hie
care. Office near the Court House.
May 11, '53.
SCOTT & SWOOPE,
Attorneys at Law,
Office same as that formerly occupied by John
May 11, 1853.
First Battalion, 4th Brigade, 14th Division,
Pennsylvania Volunteers. By an order to me
directed, from Maj. CliarleA Mickley at his office.
at Paradise Furnaco, you are hereby ordered to
meet in Cassville, on the 27th inst., at to o'clo: k
A. M., for battalion training and inspection of
arms. The following oompanics viz : Company
A, Capt. A. %V. Clarkson; Company B, Capt. 0.
Sharer; Company C, Capt. Mickley; Company
D, Capt. It. Crotsloy.
By order of the Major,
A. W. CLARKSON, Adjt.
Cassvillo, May 11, 1853.
TWO BRIDGES TO BUILD.
NOTICE is hereby given that proposals trill he
received at the Commissioners Office for
building a Bridge across Stone Creek, near
Conches Forge, up to 12 o'clock on Tuesday the
3lst day of May inst. Specifications can he seen
at the Commissioners Office. Proposals will be
received for both open and cove , ed bridges.
Proposals will be received, at Orhisonia, at the
house of Mrs. M'Clay. for building a bridge across
Black Log Creek, near Winchester Furnace, up
to 4 o'clock on Wednesday the Ist day of ie
scat. Proposals to be for both open. and covered
bridges. Specifications stay be seen at Orbisous'
Store, 10 days previous to the letting.
ELIE!, SMITH, Contra.
May 11, 1853.-3 t.
Public notice is heroh y given, that that part of
the public rod laid out from Mortis' Bridge to
Trough Creek Valley,lyine• on the north-western
slope of Terrace Mountain—between the ....Mt
and bench of the same, in Walker township. has
been laid off in sixteen sections of from sixteen
to forty-four perches in length; and that proposals
for the construction of said road will be received
by the subscribers at Hawns' School House. in
said township, between 10 o'clock A. H., and 2
o'clock P. M., on Someday, the 22111 day of May.
The road is to be coimructed, where excava
tion or embankment is required, twelve feet wide,
on flat ground, twenty feet wide. Three Nosing.
—each live perches long and one perch wide—are
For further particulars, see hand• bills, or in
quire of either the undersigned, or of Thomas
Fisher, or J. Simpson Africa, Huntingdon.
• WM. GEISINGER,
Supervisors or Walker township.
May 11, 1853.—5 t.
CLOCKS-A beautiful lot at Enm. SNARV:S.
Gr A fine lot of PIXTOLa at Ent.
TOOKING Glasses. just reetived Hod for sale
J hy ,r r, tr. s• A X Tr, V,
Of Different Articles of Clothing
now open and for sale al
Cheap Clothing Store,
Directly in the centre of the town, viz :
Coats from $l,OO to $l6 00
Vesta o 7 5 o 5.09
Shirts Cf 50 tt 1.50
Mon n fashionnblo selection of Silk and Linen
Pocket ani Neck Handkerchiefs. Steal, Sespen•
dens. Buttons, ertmat Buckles, 6.e.
Also first-rate Silk Dress fists, and any (m
-tity nfsoft fiats and ('loth Caps. All of the
al.nre will be sold cheap for cash in opposition to
,Togs and Gentiles.
N. 11.—Always ready to do Tailoring to order
In the hest and most workmanlike manner. not
inferior to any other establishment in the State.
May 11, 1853.
BROAD TOP OPENED UP.
Cornprobst & Cunningham,
Baying purchased tho store of Fronk & Neff,
nt Markleshuriz. Pa., are prepared to accnninio•
date the public nt said place, with a apleudid and
flishionnhle assortment of
Spring and Summer Goods.
Their assortment consists of
and all kinds of Goods usually kept in a country
store. Also, a beautifid, cheap and elegant as
Ladies' Dress Goods,
and Trimmings of every variety.
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, BOOTS
and SHOES. and a variety of Goods of all kinds.
All kinds of Country Produce taken in ex
change for Goods.
60 cents per bushel will be given far Rye.
50 44 64 46 St 46 46 C orn,
and for all other grain prices accordingly.
Marklesburg, May 11, 1853•
The Climax now Completely Capped.
Charles S. Black
ILs just returned from the East with the
cheapest and most fashionable assortment of
Boots, Shoes, Gattors,
both Gentlemen's and Ladies', that ever was
brought to the borough of Iluntingdon. He is
thankful for past patronage, and hopes to do as
well in the future, by selling very low and en
deavoring to oblige. The best Ladies' Slippers
can he had for 55 cents per pair—and all others
at prices correstondingly.
Don't forget the sign of the "Yellow Boot."
BAT & SHOE STORE,
Respectfully informs his old customers, friends
and the public generally, that he has just opened
a splendid assortment of Ladies', Gentlemen's
Boots, Shoes, Gaitors, &c.,
of all kinds of the best quality and of the latast
Airo, Hats Trunks and 'Carpet Bags of a su-
perior quality. Also. Wox nod Shoo Pegs.—
All work warranted. Rips repaired gratis.—
Chen', for oasts and no mistake.
Muy 11, '53.-3t,
Trustees Sale of Land, and Town
Lots in the Town of Mount
Order of the . Court of
By virtue of an order of the Court of Common
Pleas of Huntingdon County, for the purpose of
satisfying the verdict and finding of the Jury in n
certain action of ejectment No. 93 of August
Term. 1850, William MeNite vs. John Dough
erty. George W. Speer and others, rendered the
23l clay of April A. D. 1852 liar the sum of
61743 71, with interest thereon front the said
date, with costs of suit, expenses of trust, Btc.,
will he exposed to public sale on the premises,
commencing on Thursday the 230 dny of June
next, A. I). 1853. at 10 o'clock A. M.. all that
certain phintation, tenet, piece or parcel of land
situate in Shirley township. Huntingdon county,
east of Drake's Ferry, adjoining the Juniata riv-.
'Cr, hoods of John Sharer, Nicholas & William
Shaver. Andrew Pollock's heirs and others,
containing 176 ACRES, or thereahonts—(ex
resting the hind in possession of the Penn's.
Railroad Company) or such parts or parcels of
the tome ns may he necessary fir that purpose,
being the land on part of which the town of Mt.
Union is laid out. Sale to begin with the said
Town Lots, as laid down by the Recorded Plan
of said town, nntl to continue from day to day
until a sufficient amount is raised.
to he paidon the confirmation
of sales at August Torte. 1853.
WILLIAM B. LEAS.
Shirleysburg, May 11, 's3.—ta.
By virtue of a certain writ of Vend. Exp. to
me directed, I will sell on Saturday the 28th day
of May, on the premises, in West township, at 11
o'clock, A. st., of said day, the fultowing de
scribed property, to wit
A lot of ground in the township of West, Hun
tingdon comity, being 100 feet on the township
road. 160 feet back to it lot of George Hallman,
on the south, lot IX.lesse Henry on the west, lot
of the estate of Joseph Thompson on the east,
having thereon erected a two story frame plaster
ed house, a frame stable and other improvements.
Seized. taken in execution and to be sold as
the property of Mitchell Anderson.
May 11, '53.-31.
J. E. GOULD,
(sueressor to A. FOIT.
No. 160 Chestnut street, Swahn's
PIIILA I E &MA,
Extensive Music PuWisher, and Dealer in Mu
sical Instruments or every description
Exclusive Anent for the sale of Hallet, Davis
& Co's (Boston) PATENT SUSPENSION BRIDGE
iEolian and other
L. Gilbert's Boudoir Pianos, Melodeons. Mar
tin's Guitars, Harps, Violins, Sheet Music, Music
Residents in the country will be supplied by
mai/ or otherwise with any music they may wish,
ut as low rates as if purchased in person. Play
ing one of the largest stocks in the United States
I feel confident of satistlying all all who may fh
yor me with a call or order.
Dealers in Music supplied on tho most reason-
Al° wins. Pianos to let. Second-hand Pianos
Moil I, 's3.—ly.
All the new School Books used in our Public
Schools in town,. well as those throughout the
country, for solo at Colon's hew Cheap
Islay 11, 1853.
THOMAS P. CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will attend to all business entrusted to him. Of.
nearly opposite the Court House.
FANCY Dress Articles—fur gentlemen and Is.
dies, for side by 8. & G. LEVI.
G RO:EIIES—FresI and cheap, at thecheap
..,,. .z G. l
ARIES DRESSES--All .1.4
s „ of ur g . o i oVitit
Able, At the chenp store nt ' S
(11.0 THING.—A large m.ornnFnt for men and
boys, at the cheap corner of S. & G. LEVI.
S. & G. LEVI'S or g ood
HAT ilis f ijo il u N gr
c a l l i l e t p ind st s , , ,r o e f a tl i m
auto ntt h u e r
S. SI G. LEVI.
FISH AND SALT •
fur sate at the store ot S. & G. LEVI.
Asplendid assortment of 130NNETS, just re.
ceisad at the cheap store of S. &AL.
Gold Watches will be told by En. SN Altr
1. , rt,•111. CI
Retailers of Merchandize.
Classification or Merch.ts in Huntingdon co.,
by the Appraisers of Mereantile Tuxes for the
year commencing the first day or May, 1853.
ALEXANDRIA 110110U011. CLASS AMOUNT.
Sucher & Porter, 12 - .., $12,50
John N. Swonne,, 12 12,50
elmrles'Porter, 13 10.00
Dorris & Walker, 13 10.00
Spyker & Williams, 14 7,00
•Grafi & Ilamilton, 14 10,50
• Silas Creswell, 14 10,50
'John S. Miller, 14 10.50
•S. W. Myto» & Stouter, 14 7.00
Bernard Lorens, 14 7.09
Irvin & Orem, 14 7,00
Kessler & Brother, IS 12.50
Irvin, Green & CO., 14 7,00
Heaton & Eby, 14 7,00
BIRMINOIIAM Bonovon. •
James Clark, 13 10,00
Richardson Read, 14 7,00
Juane. Henderson, 14 7,00
Franklin J. Spengler, 14 7,00
E. B. ()Nairn & Co., 13 10.00
James Glasgow, 14 7,00
Thos. E. Orbison & Co., 13 10,00
!sett 4- Wigton, 13 10.00
George Sipes, 14 7.00
David Ender, 14 7,00
'Hugh L. Cook, 11 10,50
William Harper. 11 7,00
Brice X. Blair & Co., 13 10,00
James G. Lightner, 14 7,00
James Cree. 14 7,00
Andrew Wilson, 14 7,00
G. & J. H. Stonehraker, 11 15.00
Shorp. Stewart & Co., 13 10,00
J. W. Molten, & Co., 14 7,00
- belt, 14 7,00
John Conrad, 14 7,00
Samuel Mnttern, 14 7,00
• Cornprupst & Cunningham, 13 15.00
Harrison & Couch, 13 10,00
Fisher & MeMurtrie, 12 12.50
J. & W. Saxton, 12 12.50
George Gwin, 12 12,50
Thomas Read & Son, 13 10,00
William Dorris, 13 10,00
• Benjamin Jacobs, 13 15,00
• Simon Levi, 13 15,00
T. K. Simonton, 14 7,00
Alexander Gannon, 14 7,00
David P. Gwin, 14 7,00 '
'J. latricker, 14 10,50
*William Stewart,i • 14 10.50
Edmund Snare, 14 7,00
Joseph Reiger, 14 7,00
A. Willoughby, 14 7,00
Jacob Snyder, 14 7,00
Levi Westbrook, 14 7,00
Charles S. Black, 14 7,00
Long & Derker, 14 7,00
'Robert Corson 14 10,50
A. Stewart, 14 7,00
• William Cummings, 14 10,50
Robert Meßurney, 14 7,00
John A. Wright & Co., 13 10,00
J. T. Shirley & Bro., 13 10,00
Irvine & Kessler, 14 7,00
Steiner & M'Williams, 11 7,00
Law & Fetterhoof, 14 7,00
Law, Low & Co., • 14 7,00
J. J. Cunningham, 13 10,00
M. L. Retts, 14 7,00
S. Hatfield & Co., 13 10,00
Joseph Green & Co., 13 10,00
..Tames Campbell & Son, 13 15,00
Henry Cornpropst & Co., 13 10,00
John Cresswell & Son, 12 12,50
John R. Hunter, 12 12,50
John Nelson, 14 7,00
- SHIRLEYSBURG Bonottog.
John Long & Co.,
Lightner & Askins,
Wm. B. Lens, 1..
Samuel H. Bell, 14
S. & G. Eby, 13
J. W. Smith & Co., 13
*Peter Bowman, 14
Robert & H. Madden, 14 tl.
A. C. Blair, 14 7,00
Noes, Conn & Mitchell, 14 7,00
John Hamilton 14 7,00
Aaron Sheeter 14 7,00
Charles Mickley 14 7,00
Amos Clarke, 14 7,00
'James Cae,bell 13 15,00
J. B. & J. S. Given,
Neff & Huyett,
Benjamin F. Patton 13 10,00
Geo. Guyer & Co. 13 10,00
Cunningham & Cresswell 14 7,00
James Irvin & Co. 14 7,00
James Lane 14 7,00
Mary Ann Milliken 14 7,00
George Couch 14 7,00
Hezekiah Crownover 14 7,00
Richard Ashman 14 7,00
George D. Hudson 14 7,00
Wm. Orbison Esq. 14 7,00
Thos. T. Cromwell 14 7,00
Brim X. Blair 14 7,00
John Lett 14 7,00
Shorb, Stewart & Co (Colerain) 14 7,00
same (Penn'a furnace) 14 7,00
G. & J. H. Shoenberger 14 7,00
David Shinkle 14 7,00
Cornpropat & Co 14 7,00
James Entrekin 14 7,00
Henry Putt 14 7,00
Robert Meßurney 14 7.00
Wm Musser 14 7,00
John A. Wright & Co 14 7,00
Samuel Wallace 14 7,00
M. Crownover & Co 14 7,00
Dorsey's Heirs 14 7,00
Dr. Jacob Gemmel 14 7,00
Charles Porter 14 7,00
Robt. Madden of IL 14 7,00
Joseph Strunk 14 7,00
Henry Brewster 14 7,00
Thomas Crownover 14 7,00
George Ebby 14 7,00
ADM 14 7,00
Henry & Peter Sharer 14 7,00
Samuel H. Bell 14 7,00
John McLain 14 7,00
Reuben 'rretdor's heira 14 . 7,00
Jane Steel 14 1,00
A. C. Blair 14 7,00
lobe Gooshorn, or. 14 7,00
William Mitchell, jr. 14 7,00
Benjamin P. Glasgow 14 7,00
Jonathan Doyle 14 7,00
Andrew Low 14 7,00
J. K. Mr Callan 14 1,00
Thornal WeAcm, Ell. 14 7,00
Fiewit 4 Neff . 14 7,00
Robert oore 14 Iyoo
Thomas F. Stewart 1 I 7,00
John Neff 14 7,00
Samuel S. Wharton II 7,00
John Lee I I 7,00
T. Read d Son a 10,00
T. IC. Simonton 4 5,00
SIIIIILETSDURO 130110 tell.
John Lutz 4 5,00
Joseph Douglas 4 0,00
Joseph Spangler 4 5,00
Bolt & Dnniol Maury
James & John McDonald 9 8,00
Andrew Wise _ 9 8,00
Henry Fockler 9 8,00
John Fockler 9 8,00
Classification of Beer, Oyster, Eating Houses
&c., for the year commencing the Ist day of
Aux. Horton - Gm
W. L. Philips R 5,00
John R. Gregory 8 5,00
PORTER 4. '
*Alexander Westbrook R 7,50
*Henry Helfritter 8 7,50
*John Montgomery 8 7,50
Thomas P. Lore 8 5,00
Henry Africa 7 10,00
F. Snyder 7 10,00
C. F. Schneider 7 10,00
George Thomas 8 5,00
Samuel Africa 8 5,00
*Samuel Belgic 8 7,50
Henry Barrack 8 5,00
C. F. Schneider 2 tables, 40,00
Those marked thus (*) soil liquor.
The 12th clam of retailers are estimated to
sell between $lO,OOO and $15,000. 13th be
tween 5,000 and 10,000. 14th, any amount
less than $5,000. The Bth class of Beer Hou
ses, Eating Houses, &c., are estimated to sell
between $5OO and $l,OOO. The 4th clam for
the sale of Medicines are estimated to sell be
tween $lOO and $2OO. 3d class between $2OO
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
will hold an appeal at any time during, or pre
vious to the August Court, at the Commission
ers Office, in the borough of Huntingdon, for
the purpose of making all necessary corrections
in the .cregoing appruisements. If the above
amount for licenses and the regular fees of 621
cents for each license is not paid to the County
Treasurer, the law directs him to sue for and
recover the same, adding ten per cent. to the
license for his trouble.
HENRY W. MILLER.
App. Mer. Taxes.
May 11, 1853.
Lotered according to Act of Cowrie, In the yell
1861, by J. 8. HOUGHTON, M. El., In the clerk's
Office of the District Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania.
Another Scientific Wonder!
OREAT OURE FOR
DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
OR, GASTRIC JUICE.
Prrpared from RENNET, or the fourth STOMACH
OF TIIE OX, after directions of BARON Lta.
RIG, the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S.
IlououToN, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.
This NATURE'S OWN REMEDY for an unhealthy
Stomach. No art of man can equal its curative
powers. It contains no ALCIIOIIOI, BITTERS,
ACIDS, or NAUSEOUS Dimas. It is extremely
agreeable to the taste, and may bo taken by tho
most feeble patients who cannot oat a water
cracker without acute distress. Beware of
DRUGGED IMITATIONS. Pepsin is not A DRUG.
Call on the Agent and get a Descriptive Cir
cular, gratie, giving a largo amount of SCIENTIFIC
EVIDENCE, from Liebig's Animal Chemistry;
Dr. Combo's Physiology of Digestion; Dr. Perei
ra on Food and biet; Dr. John W. Draper, of
New York University; Prof. Dunglison's Physi
ology; Prof. Silliman, of Yale College; Dr. Car
penter's Physiology; &e., together wills reports of
CUBES from all parts of the United States.
tir OBSERVE THIS !—Every bottle of the gen
uine PEPSIN hears the written signature of J. S.
Mumma. M D., sole proprietor, Plidadelphia
Pa. Copy-right and Trade Mark secured.
sa-SOII by all Druggists and Dealers in Med.
ideas. Price ONE DOLLAR per bottle.
May '53.-1 y.
Grocery and Confectionary Store.
LONG & DECKER,
RESPECTFULLY informs their friends and
the public in general, that they have opened
a new Grocery and Confectionary Store, under
the Sons of Temperance Hall, on Main street,
Huntingdon, where they have now on hand a full
and general assortment of Groceries, Confection
aries, and Spices of all kinds, which they will sell
wholesale and retail. They have also on hand
Buckets, Salt; Carpet Bags, Fancy Articles, &c.,
&c., &e., all of which they will sell cheap.—
Country produce taken in exchange for goods—
the cash paid when we have no goods to suit cus
AA we are determined to accommodate all who
may call at our store, we invite an examination
and trial ofOur stock.
LONG & DECKER.
Huntingdon, April 27, '53.
GMILLER returns thanks to his numerous
• friends for tho liberal patronage his house
received during the past year, and hopes to mer
it a continuance of the same during the present
vear. As his house is most convenient to the
Depot, every exertion will be made to make it
a comfortable stopping place for strangers, trav
ellers, and the people of the county generally.
May 4,1853.-3 m.
LETTERS of Administration having been
granted to the undersignsd on the Estate of
WILLIAM Horeg, late of Tod township, Hunt.
co., dec'd., all persons knowing themselves in
debted are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims will present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
GEORGE M. GREEN, Cass
• HENRY S. GREEN, Tod township,
May 4, 's3.—Gt. Administratora.
ASPLENDID assortment of Ladles' Shoes,
at the latest styles, just received at the store
of • • S. & 0. LEVI.
Asplendid lut of Bonnets just received and for
stile Isy- J. 4 SA 7 4 0 N.
CARPIiT Bags, just received andfi.; itittebY
J. 4. 1 V. SA X TO.V.
DORT MONNAFES frotn 25 cents up to $2 50
1 0 E.l. tionres. Aril 15 10,2.
DR. MARCH:ISr S
IS teopecenitr of
-eti to the citirend
Anity as o prepa
tion of carnet
tportnnee to fIITTI
-2R, and deltine,l
-1 with the health
td linppines, of
720 N will core 9i
sr cent. of ell
ironic diseases in
lental to the re -
married ur urniarried, and usually knOWn under
the name of
Of these are Prolapsas Uteri, or Falling of the
Womb, Fluor Altos, or Whites; Chronic bfa
malion and Ulceration of the Wood); Incidental
Hoemorrahage ' or Flooding; Painful, Suppressed.
and IrregularAfenstruation, hr., with all their ec
companying evils, (Cancer exbepted,) no matter
how severe or of how long mending.
MANY PROMINENT PHYSICIANS in the
city of New York and other places, finding them
selves without a remedy in inveterate eases of
the above complaints, and having due regard for
the welfare of their patients, have recommended
the use of this medicine; and, after witnessing its
salutary effects are now manifesting their appro
bation, not only by resorting to it in their treat
ment of all the diseases for which it is Intended,
but in some instances accepting the agency of it
to facilitate its introduction into more general use
by the Faculty.
The influence of this composition upon the fe
male constitution is of the most friendly kind;
the most delicate and feeble female need have no
tear in its use for any length of time, for it con
tain any meroury. nor any article which eon
paore in any way injurious, being made entirely
of vegetable extracts, and prepared to taste like
a pleasant cordial.
The modus operandi of this remedy, in the cure
of this class of diseases, is through the general
economy of the system, with the peculiar deter
mination to the female organs.
ADDITIONAL PROLV of this Catholicon
being worthy of the confidence of the afflicted, as
n S'uccewful, Safe and Cheap Remedy, will he
found in the pamphletf together with important
observations touching the nature and symptoms
of the diseases, to which the attention of Ladies
and Practitioners is respectfully invited.
THE INGREDIENTS, as certified by high
medical authority, (see pamphlet,) are All Vege
table; and are not associated with any article un
friendly- to the animal economy.
Prof. Dunbar, M. D, Baltimore, Mb; J. C.
Orrick, M. I). 13altiniore; P. B. Peckham, M.D.
Utica, N. Y.; D. Y. Foote, M. D., Syracuse, N.
Y.; M. 11. Mills, M. I)., Rochester, N. Y.; 1..
0. Fleming, Ad. 0, Canandaigua, N.Y.; W. W.
Reese, 14. D., City of New York; W, Prescott,
M. D., Concord, N. H.
Pamphlets can ho had gratis at the store of
Thomas Reed & Son, Agents, Druggists, &e.,
Buidby loading Druggists in all the adjoining
J. ii.MARCHISI & CO., rroprietors, Cen.
tral Depot, 304 Broadway, New York.
May it, .53,—Ore.
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS.
DAVID P. GWIN,
INFORMS his friends and the public in general
that he has just received from Philadelphia, and
is now opening at the corner of Hill and Bath
streets, opposite Gouts' Hotel, an
Entire New Stock of Goods,
Consisting of Cloths, Ca.ssimeres, Cotton Goods,
Silks, Fan 9 and Black iierege de Lanes,
Debase, 1.911,13, Gingham, Linens, Mos
lins, and Prints of every description,
Hosiery, Gloves, Silk Mitts, long and short, Veils,
Collars, Under-sleeves, Ribbons, Shawls, Fancy
and Plain Crape. and a general variety of Dress
Goods too numerous to mention.
a large assortment of Bonnets, Hats,
Also, Groceries, Queensware, Hardware, Fish
The publio are respectfully invited to call and
romaine my Goods, us I am determined to sell
Ail kinds of country Produce taken in exchange
for Goods at the highest market prices.
Huntingdon, April 20, 1053.
To the Voters of Huntingdon County: Fellow
citizons, at the solicitation of many warm friends,
I offer myself as a Candidate for the next Sher
ifililty of Huntingdon county, and most respect
tully solicit support. Should I ho elected, I
pledge myself to discharge the duties of the office,
faithfully and impartially. Subject to the deci
sion of the Whig County Convention,
Apr. 20, '53. JOSEYII CORNELIUS.
Notice is heichy given to all persons indebted to
the estate of Martin Grafi us, dee.d., late of }len
derson township, to make payment, and ail hav
ing claims against said estate will present them
duly authenticated for settlement, to the under
signed. DANIEL AFRICA,
April 20, 's3.—fit. Executor.
Persons indebted to the Huntingdon Journal
Office for advertising or Job work, done during
the past year will please settle the same immedi•
No further notice will be given.
J. A. HALL.
Iluntingdon, April, 13, 1853.
HATS—such as Moleshin, Kossuth, flu men
and boys, also Calcutta, Leghorn and Chip,
just received and for sale cheap by
J. f 5, W. SAXTON.
ATS.—Moleskin No. t and 2, of the latest
El styles. Kossuth Hats of various styles end
qualities—will be sold low at the cheap store of
GEO. G WIN.
A LARGE and splendid assortment of Don
a unto, Misses' Flats and childrens' Hats awl
Caps, selling at low prices at the store of
ROOTS AND SHOES,
for men and boys, a good assortment, at the etoro
of GEO. GWIN.
LADIES Lasting and Silk work Gaitors, Kid
Morocco, and Goat Boots and Shoes, at tha
store of GEO. GWIN.
L./7DIES DRESS GOODS ,
Mus. Delanes, B. Delanes, De &rem Lawns,
Ginghams, and a choice variety of Goods of all
kinds, at the store of GEO. GIVIN.
CLOTHS lIND C4SSJJUERES,
plain and fancy, at very low prices, at the atom
of GEO. GWIN.
FISH lIND S4LT ,
for safe at the store of GEO. GRIN.
ASPLENDID assortment of Ladies' Dress
Goode just received at CAIthION'S.
JUST receiving the handsomest lot of Carpets
ever °tiered in this place. Also, Oil Cloths,
which will be sold low by
J. 6 , IV. SAXTON:
ZEPHYR worsted, Lisle, Cotton, Linen Noss,
Cotton Floss, Lace Mitts, Mohair Mitts, Silk
Gloves, Kid Gloves,Lisle Thread, Cotton, and
every variety of D ress Trimming suitable for
spring and summer dress, for sale by
J. j• W. SAXTON.
t assortment of Boots and Sho;
T li e F 4 fij ro n tre ' red in town, for tale low by
i t W. 8421T0M.
THE Ladies will please hear in mlnd that Par
asols can be had exceedingly low at the cheap
store of J. 6- W. SAXTON.
A most beautifill lot of Berage do LaMe pat..
rl terns, and in tho piece, from ltlicts up to 50
cte. per j:ard, just received and for sa by
J. 6. W. S. 4,2110;::&
QILK Dress Patterns—such as iy A ffog.
ed, Plain and Cross-barred
for sale by o f 1 3 ,.
Aple ti nds fu id assoskfl,y ?`. 1 1