Newspaper Page Text
COURT AFFAIRS, JAN. TERM ISSI.
John Savage's Trustees vs John Fisher.
Geo. Dickersteff vs David Paterson et al.
John Wall's Exrs. vs George Wilson.
Christopher Demers vs James Porter.
James Entrekin vs John Fisher et nl.
Wm. Gaghngan vs Wm. Colder et nl.
John S. Isett vs Jacob Shoop.
Cook & Logan vs Foremen & Pym.
Glen Hope &e. Turn. Co. vs Thomas Weston.
George Jackson vs Peter Sassnman et al.
Henry B. Mytinger vs Peter Livingston.
Abraham Mattcrn vs John & Peter Stryker.
Benj. Johnston's Exrs. vs Thomas Weston.
Caleb Cope Co. vs The Penn. R. It. Co.
A. P. Wilson vs Michael Buoy.
D. Reynolds Ears. vs William Long.
Jos. Moore it G. 11. Steiner vs Jno. Zentroyre.
S. Shoemaker for use vs The Hunt. I'. Cong.
Edwin J. Neff vs Matthew Crownover.
Alex. Dysart's Ears. vs Israel Crydar's Admrs.
John Savage's Trus. V 8 Jno. Barkstresser et al.
Julia Ann Ileegie vs David Burket.
Jacob Poet vs Samuel Hatfield dc Son.
Geo. W. Gray vs same.
Ebenezer Woods vs same.
E. L. Faxon Jr Co. vs John Bumbaugh lc Co.
William Rothrock vs Elizabeth Williamson.
John Sharrer vs James Templeton.
Com'th. for Stonebraker vs Math. Crownover.
Nathaniel Kelly vs Lewis Kesselring.
William R. Fetter vs Robt. Speer's Admrs.
eatrick Tully vs The Penna. R. R. Co.
John Appleby, farmer, Dublin.
A. Jackson Africa, shoemaker, Henderson.
George Cresswell, merchant, West.
Josiah Cunningham, farmer, Barret.
John Dean, farmer, Walker.
John Foreman, farmer, Cromwell.
John Hirst, farmer, Barree.
William Hagans, mechanic. Barree.
John Levitigston, inn keeper, Henderson.
Jacob 11. Miller, farmer Union.
David Miller, farmer, West.
Lewis Meredith, shoemaker, Henderson.
John M'Lain, Jr. farmer, Tod. _
Jonathan Miller, farmer, Clay.
Henry B. Myting,er, gentleman, West. .
George Meredith, farmer, Tod.
Isaac Peightal, farmer, Penn.
Alexander Scott, farmer,' Tell.
Samuel Spyker, hatter, Porter,
William Taylor, carpenter, Clay.
John Westbrook. shoemaker, Henderson.
John H. Wintrode, physician, Penn.
Amos Clark, merchant, Tod.
Abraham Craine, farmer, Franklin.
T. Simpson Africo, editor, Henderson.
Jacob Baker, farmer, Springfield.
Peter M. Bare, 'farmer, Shirley.
Samel Burket, farmer, Jackson.
Peter Barket , tanner Warriorsmark.
.Tohn Brumbaugh, farmer, Penn.
John N. Ball, carpenter, Henderson.
Hugh Cunningham, farmer, Porter.
Robert Crawford, farmer, Morris.
Samuel Culp, farmer, Warriorsmark.
John David, farmer, Union.
Matthew Crownover, miller, Penn.
Inane Raped, farmer, Cromwell.
John Garner, farmer, Penn.
Simon Grata, gentleman, Cromwell.
Moses Greenland. farmer, Clay.
G. Washington Garrettson, clerk, Header'
John Grafius, tinner, Warriorsmark.
John M. Hite, laborer, Cass.
Peter }Tarnish, farmer, Morris.
William Hays, farmer, Penn.
Robert Lea, farmer, Walker.
Jame Lane ' Sr., farmer, Brady.
John McMahon, farmer, Berme.
Robert McDivitt, teacher, Henderson.
Joseph McCracken, farmer. Brady.
William McLain, farmer, Clay.
William McNite, farmer, Shirley.
James Murphey, shoemaker, West.
Andrew 0. Neff, farmer, Penn.
William Orr, Jr., farmer, Tell.
David Peterson, farmer, Dublin.
Samuel Stewart, farmer, Jackson.
Cornelius Saylor; farmer, Tod.
Jacob Summers, farmer, Hopewell.
John Stever, farmer, Cons.
Caleb Swoope, farmer, Tod.
.Tohn Stevens, farmer, Warriorsmark.
David Snare, gentleman, Henderson.
James White, moulder, Tod.
John Walters, farmer, Morris. ,
John C. Wilson, farmer, West.
George Wilson, farmer, Tell.
IsaitC . Woolverton, millwright, Brady.
John Withington, farmer, Shirley.
Thomas Teague, farmer, Dublin.
William Thompson ' farmer, Union.
Abraham States, Esq., blacksmith, Walker.
John Bare, farmer, Cromwell.
James Black, farmer, Jackson.
Lewis Carothers, carpenter, Cromwell.
Robert Cunningham, tanner, Porter.
John G. Corbin; boatman, Henderson.
George Ehy, farmer, Shirley.
Lewis Evans, farmer Jackson.
Adam Focht, farmer, Morris.
Martin Hauser, wagonmaker, Walker.
James Forbis, tailor, Cromwell.
James Fleming of Sample, boatman, Porter.
Jacob Gebrett, laborer, Cass.
David Gravier, farmer, Warriorsmak.
Joshua Gorsuch, farmer, Henderson.
Samuel Goosehorn, farmer, Tell.
James K. Hampson, inn keeper, Brady.
Jan ',Tampion, farmer, Union.
. Hudson; teacher, Clay.
Frederick Heater, farmer, Tod.
John Hutchinson, farmer, Warriorsmark.
Joseph Isenberg, farmer, Morris.
Jobs Long, merchant, Shirley.
William B. Leas, merchant, * Shirley.
David tong, laborer, Henderson.
William A. Logan, farmer,Dublin.
Christian Miller, farmer, Brady.
Jacob Nearhoof, farmer, Warriorsmark.
Daniel Neff, Sen., farmer, Porter.
Nicholas Parks, laborer, Franklin.
Wm. Rutter of John, cabl•maker, Cromwell,
John Rung, farmer, West.
Alexander Stewart, merchant, Jackson.
George Shank, potter, Warriorsmark.
Daniel Shively, boatman, Porter.
Samuel Thompson, tailor, West.
Jelin Vaadevander, laborer, Brady.
Orphans' Court Sale of Valuable
TN pursuance of an Order of the Orphans' Court,
I will be exposed to Public Sole, on the proud
les Oil SATURDAY. run 24TH DAY OF Deceit
mu, MT, the following described property, the
remainder of the Real Estate of Robert Speer,
late of Cassville, deceased, viz:
A Farm of 200 Acres of land, situate ono and
a half miles South of Cassville, with an excellent
water-power, aud having thereon erected a large
Steno Ilousa , Saw illill , and other improvements.
A Farm oP 120 Acics, adjoining - Cassville,
about 50 Acres 05 which is cleared and in good
cultivation. _ _ _
A Tract of 1G Acres of good pine timber land,
within 2 miles of Caw/ilia and near Kur
A lmber of Town Lots in the borough of
Cassville, together with several out Lots of 5 and
10 Acres each, adjoining, containing in all about
ho sold at the same time, in'
Cassville, the undivided one half of a tract of 55
Acres, more or loss, of good COAL LAND,
situate on Broad Top, known as the "Rhodes
i'EltMS.—One third in hand on confirmation
0 sale, and the remainder in two equal annual
payments with Interest, to be secured by Bond
and Mortgage. By order of the Court,
GEORGE W. SPEER,
Administeators of Rubt. Speer, deed.
N. P. 1 will utter the remaining one itulfof the
above tract of Coal Land for sale at the same
time and place. .101 IN Bort; flurry.
1,- , Ce 14. 1551..Ut.
TRAVELLERS ere informed that the 1, AfAx
lON Horst," in 0193111 k, is now open for
the entertainment of the public.
Camille, December 14, 11353.-Im.•
TIIE Collectors of the State and County tax for
the yenr 1853,nre hereby notified that they nro
to apply for all their exonorations at the January
Court, as no exomerations will be given after that
time. ELIEL warm,
TEE undersigned would herewith friendly and
Intik earnestly invite all persons who ore in
debted to him fur medical attendance, to come for
ward and settle their neconnts, and he would fur
ther give notice to those, whose accounts may
still remain unsettled after the first dnv of March
next, that exhausted patience and already too
long extended indulgence must then compel him
to have the some collected in a legal way.
J. B. LUDEN, M. D.
Hunt. Dec. 14,'t3.
SQTRAYED from the premises of the subscriber,
in Woodburry township, Blair county. about
harvest, Two STEERS, three years old, one is
white, with the right oar entirely off, and a slit in
the left; the other is a black-mooley, with the
marks as the first. Any person giving infiwma
tine as to their whereabouts, will be liberally re.
warded. JOHN 5.13117. LE,
Woodburry twp., Blair Co., I.'a,
December 14, 1853.-3 t.
Notice to Contractors.
SEALED proposals will be received until SAT..
MIDAY, the 31st inst., for tho building of is
German Reformed Parsonage, in the borough of
Huntingdon. The drafts and specifications can
be seen by calling on the pastor, Rev. W. M.
D2atrick. A. 11. SANGREE.
Huntingdon, Dec. 14,1853.
Public Sale of Town Lots
THE subscribers will o ff er nt public sale on
TUESDAY the 24th day of January next,
n number of Town Lots nt Hopewell, Bedford
County. This is the present terminus of Hun
tingdon and Brood Top Railroad, and will he the
'depot for the produce of it large extent of coun
ore about to be erected there, and the Coal Mines
'adjacent will be Inrgelv worked after the com •
pletion of the Bond. - A
turnpike it is expected
will be made the ensuing summer, from Mord
' son's Cove. There will be a fine opening for
Mechanics there. as n large number of buildings,
beside those connected with the works, will per
haps he erected next summer.
A map of the town will he exhibited nt the
sale, which will commence at 10 o'clock on the
said day.—TERMS, EASY.
R. D. WOOD.
L. T. WATTSON.
Dec. 14, 's3.—ts.
IE subscribers to the stock
T in the Huntingdon nod Brood
Top • Mountain Roil Rood nod Iv/ I
Coal Company are hereby re
quested to pay to the undersign
ed, on or before the 24th day of December inst.,
on instalment of five dollars on each share of the
stock subscribed for by them respectively. In
terest will bo paid immediately after the Ist day
of 'Military next, on nil sums paid in prior to that
dote, but no interest will be allowed or phi on
;Inv shore of stock upon which ony instalment
coiled for remains unpaid. "Nor will any stock
holder be entitled to vote at any general cr spe
cial locating of the company on whose Aare or
shores any instahnent or erre:wages may ho due
moref than thirty days next proceeding said elec
tion or meeting."
By order of the board of Directors.
JACOB MILLER, Trens
llnntingilon, Dec. 17, 1853.
BV virtue of certain Writs of Vend Exp., one
Lev. Facing, issued out of the Court of Com•
mon Pleas of Huntingdon county, and to me di.
meted, I will expose to Polite Sale at the Cour
House, in the Borough of Huntingdon, on Tees•
day the lath cloy of January, at lo o'clock, A
111., ofsaill day, the following described Bead Es•
tate, to wit:
The Southern one-half of Lot No. 13, in the
Borough of Huntingdon, fronting fifty feet on
Allegheny Street, adjoining , a lot of the heirs of
David Snyder, deed., on the east, and a half
lot of Henry Africa on the west, having thereon
erected a large two story Dwelling House,
Store Room, Ware House, Stable, and other
buildings. Seized, taken in execution, and to
be sold as the property of William Stewart.
ALSO.—AII the right, title and interest of
Deft., of in and to three lots of ground lying to
gether in the town of Orbisoma, Cromwell
township, Huntingdon, County, being earls fifty
feet in front, 140 feet deep, having thereon
erected a Stone House, known as the old Still
House property, adjoining a lot of Cobol
on the south, the public school house on the
north; one other lot in sense place fifty feet its
front, 140 deep, having thereon erected n small
dwelling house, and a small house intended for
two shops, and a smell stable, adjoining Thom
as E. Orbison en the north, William Wilson
on the South. Seized, taken in execution, and
to be sold as the property of William Hoekin
berry._ _ . . _ _
Al.Bo.—All that certain saw mill fifty feet
long and sixteen feet wide, situate and located
on Stone Creek in the township of Jackson, on
a tract of land bounded by lands of Gen. David
Milliken, Adam Detwiler and Charles Green,
and the lot or piece of ground and curtilage
appurtenant to said building. Seized, taken
in execution, and to he sold as the property of
Adam Ackerman and I'. D. Moore. • •
12E9.,.Terms cash as soon as bid off, positive.
ly in all eases.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff
Dec. 14, 1833.
Notice Is hereby given to all persons interested
that tho following named persons have settled
their accounts in the Register's Office, at Hun
timrdon, and that the said accounts will be pre
sented for confirmation and allowance, at an Or
phans' Court, to he held at Huntingdon, in and
for said county of Huntingdon, on Wednesday the
I lth day of January next, to wit :
I. Jonathan McWilliams, Esq., Administra
tor with the Will annexed of Elizabeth Craine,
late of Franklin - township, dee'd.
2. Solomon Heck, Administrator of the Estate
of Samuel Heck, late of Toil township, dce'd.
3. Samuel Gooshorn, acting Executor of the
last Will and Testament of George Gooshorn,
Into of Toll township, deed.
4. John W. Thompson, Esq., acting' Adminis
trator ofJoseph Thompson, late of West town
5. James Harrison, Administrator of the Es
tate of William Harrison, late of West township,
fi. James Thompson, Administrator of Michael
U. Deotrick, late of the Borough of Birmingham,
i.Altraham Mierly, Executor of the last Will
and Testament of Matthias Miller, Pile of Cass
8. John Robb, acting Executor of the last Will
am'. Testament of William D. Robb, late of Por
ter township, dec'd.
9. John Garner and George Garner, Execu
tors of the last Will and Testament of Mathew
Garner, Into of Penn township, dec'd.
to. Robert Stewart, Esq., Administrator of the
Estate of Richard Rape, late ofJackson town
ship, deed. M. P. CAMPBELL,
Register's Offlee, Z Register.
Bunt. Dee. 9, 1853. 5
2000 Feet of Safety Fuse. lust received
nod for sole by .1. SA .UN.
Iha, r f cod jn=a ive;ved and fo
',A/ by W. SAXTON.
To the Honorable, the Judges of the Court of
Common Pleas of Huntingdon County, at
The Petition of Simnel Steffey, respectfully
represents that he is well provided with house
room and conveniences, for the lodging and ac
commodation of strangers and travelers, at the
house he now occupies, situated in Jackson town
ship, on the road leading from Lewistown to Pine
Grove, he therefore prays the Honorable Court to
grant him a license for keeping a Public Inn or
Tavern, and he as in duty bound will ever pray.
"December 14, 1953.
yothesubse'ribers, citizens of 4ackeon town,
ship, in which the Muir° mentioned Inn or Tav
ern prayed to be licensed do certify that Samuel
Steffy, the above applicant is of good repute fur
honesty and tem perance,and is well provided with
house room and conveniences, for the lodging
and accommodation of strangers and travelers,and
that said Inn or Tavern is necessary to accommo
date the public, and entertain strangers or incur
ors. Geo. Steflby, Samuel Barr, Nicholas Rudy,
John Borktel, Lewis Evans, Solomon Hamer,
George Rudy. John J. Greer, George Denims,
Robert Barr, James Gallogher, Robert Wilson,
John Arvin, Henry Walborn, William Walborn,
W t a x tli t u s n by 3..
g a d p . m , ezt me
a t y l ir o e t oted, d
A. 1). 18 under the hands and seems of the
Hon. GeMe Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Picas, Oyer and Terminer, and gener
al jail delivery of thy 24th judicial district of Penn
sylvania composed of I luntingdon, Blair and Corn
brio, and the Hon. Thomas F. Stuart and Jona
than McWillinins, his associates, Judges of the
county of llnntingdon, justices assigned, appoint
ed, to hear, try and determine all and every in
dictments made or taken for or concerning all
crimes, whirls by the laws of the State are made
capitol or felonies of death and othsr offences
crimes and misdemeanors, which have been or
shell hereafter he committed or perpetrated for
crimes aforesaid—l am commanded to make pub
lic proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick
that a Court of Oyer and Terminer, of Common
Pleas and Quarter sessions, will be held nt the
Court House in the Borough of Huntingdon, on
the second Monday (and 9th day) of January ,
next, and those who will prosecute the said pri
soners he then and there to prosecute them as it
shaft he just, and that all Justices of the Peace,
Coroners and Constables within said county be
then and there in their proper persons, nt 10
o'clock, A. M. of said day, with their records, in
quisitions, examinations and remeinbranees, to
do those things which to their offices respectfully
Dated at Huntingdon the 19th day of November,
in the year of our Lord 1853, and the 77th
year of American Independence.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff.
Dec. 14, '53.
WHEREAS, by a precept to me directed by
V the Judges of the Common Pleas of the
county of Huntingdon, bearing test the 19th day
of November, 1853, lam commanded to make
Public Proclamation throughout my whole baili
wick, that a Court of Common Pleas will he
held in the COUP/ House in the Borough of Hun
tingdon, on the third Monday (and 16th day) of
Jan. A. D., 1854, fur the trial dull issues in mid
Corset, wliich remain undetermined before the
mid Judges, when and where all juror., witnesses
and suitors, in the trial of all issues are required
Dated at Huntingdon, the 19th day of November,
in the year of our Lord 1853, and the 77th year
of Atnerimn Independence.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff.
Dee. 14, 1853.
Dissohation of Parinership.
I I IIE co-partnership in the.prnctico of Medicine,
heretofore existing between Drs. John Mc-
Culloch & 11. Orlady, was this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The hooks, papers, notes, &c.,
of the firm will he found in the hands of H. Oil s.
dy, at Petersburg, fur settlement and collection.
Petersburg, Nov. 24, 1853.
My individual eccounts, by book, notes, and
0P.., are left in the bands of Dr. 11. Orlady,
for settlement and collection.
December 7,1853.-3 t.
riniE undersigned Auditor, appointed by the
I Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon conn
ty, to distribute the moneys in the hands of Johns
Shaver, Esq., late Sheriff of said county, arising
out of the Sheriff's sale of the real estate of John
C., and Jacob Kinsel, which, by a former report,
was appropriated generally in satisfaction of the
• Recognitance in the Orphans' Court of said
county, of the said John C. and :Jacob Kinsel to
the widow and heirs ofJohn )(fusel, deed., will
attend to the duties of his said appointment on
FIIIDAY, THE 30111 stay OF DECEMBEIt NEXT, at
one o'clock P. M., at his Office in the borough
of Huntingdon, when all interested may attend.
.1011 N REED, Auditor.
November 30, 1553.-4 t.
For Sale or Rent,
The Shirleysburg Female Seminary.
THE Trustees of said Seminary having fully
tested the system of managing end carrying
on an Institution of the kind on the joint stock
principle, and finding it vexatious and inefficient;
and believing, moreover, that in the hands, and
under the control of one individual, matters of
this kind are managed with more facility, sad to
much greater advantage, do therefore offer nt pri
vate sale the said Seminary, together with the
appurtenances thoranto belonging; to be used for
the solo purpose of currying on a Seminary of
learning for young ladies, and fur no other pur
The buildings are new and in good taste, and
are situated on a beautiful and commanding emi
nence, afibrding an extensive view of the snr
rounding scenery. The country around is be
coming densely settled, and an •engerness for
instruction manifested, on the part of the commu
nity, which, exclusive of foreign aid, render pa
tronage to the Institution, certain. The health
fulness of the situation is proverbially good, and
the morality of the citizens wilt compare fitvora
bly with that of any other section of country.
To any person Wishing to pursue the business
of teaching, and controlling an Institution of the
kind, this would, certainly, be a most desirable
investment. The School is now in a prosperous
condition, having from twenty-five to thirty (25
to 30) pupils in attendance; and from its immedi
ate proximity to the Male Academy, now in suc
cessful operation in the same place, it enjoys all
the advantages to be derived from the scientific
and philorophical apparatus belonging to said
Academy, and the lectures and illustrations con
nected therewith. _ .
For further particulars, address a note to eith
er of the subscribers, living in the borough of
By order of the Boned,
HENRY BREWSTER, Prost.
War. B. Lets, Seery.
-- - -
N. B. If the above property is not sold before
the Ist day of January next, it will then he for
rent. [Nov. 30, 1853.
AT THE ('HEAP CORNER.
INFORMS his old customers and thepublic in
general, that ho has just opened a very largo
assortment of Store Goods, nt his old stand in the
Diamond, opposite Costs' Hotel, alhof which he
will sell at prices as low, if nut lower, than the
same king' of Goods eon bo had at any other store
in the county. He invites all to call and examine
his goods nod hear his prices. His stock consists
of a splendid assortment of Ladies' Dress
Goods, of the latest styles. Cloths, Cassimeres,
&e., and a heavy stock of Ready-wade
Clothing, for men and boys—tine and coarse,
cheaper than the cheapest.
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
of all sizes and of the beat qualities. Also,
Groceries, Queensware, Hardware,
end a large variety of articles too numerous to
Give me n rail—you con find at my store every
kind of goods to ho Mend in the county, at prices
to suit the times:
Ur All kinds of country produce taken In ex
change for goody, [Nov. 9, 1853.
C'ARPET BAGS and NIFFES, jest received
tud i;yr sale by .1. 4 W. B.tx rov.
New Furniture Ware Room,
Tilly subscriber respectfully informs the puli•
- 1 - lie generally, that he has opened in the front
room of the residence of I'. C. Swoop°, (lately
the Postotliec,) d new Furnitnre Wardroom,
where every article of house-hold Furnititre can
he purchased at reasonable prices—such as bh
reaus, tables, chars, &c.,
Huntingdon, Nov. 15, 1853
BARGAINS I BARGAINS ! !
HAVING received n new and splendid stock
of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, we
nro now prepared to accommodate 011 who mar
give us a call, with GREAT BARGAIN. Ourstock
consists of a largo assortment at
Dry-Goods, Groceries, Hard-Ware,
and in short, everything that is necessary to con
stitute a Country Store.
Contractors and others, desiring to purchase,
will find it to their interest to give us n call before
purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to
SELL our goods (wholesale or retail) at low and
JOSIAH CUNXINGITAM & SON.
Portstown, November 9, 1858.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I signed three notes ns security for J. Sansom
Smith; one for one hundred and fifty dollars, and
the other two, one hundred dollars each, dated
the 15th day of December, 1850. The induce
ments under Which I agreed to become brill in snid
notes, proving delusive by the action of the said
parties, I therefore hereby give notice that I will
not he held responsible as bail, or pay them, un
less compelled by duo course of low.
Union twp., Nov. 2, 1853.
To Country Merchants and Others.
SHAD, CODFISH, 1
Conotently on bend
end for sale by
J. PALMER, & • Co.,
Market Street Whorl,
YAMS AND SIDES,
LARD AND CIIEESE,J Nor. 2,'53.-3m.
A OREAT O .f.:ARIVAA
Fancy Goods, Notions, Drags, Paints,
Oils, Rats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
At James Bricker's Store,
Which are offered tit the lowest prices, also re
ceiving a large supply of CANDIES, which
will be sold at wholesale price 11.9 low as 14 cts.
per lb. Also, Fruits, Oranges, Lessons ' Rais
ins, Figs, &c. All of which have been bought
with great care, and on the best tortes, and will
be sold low for Cash or to punctual customers.
I flatter myself flute I can and will sell Goods low
as they can be 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.
Store on Hill street, opposite else Jouimm.
Huntingdon, Oct. 19,'53.
RICHARD HIMSELF AGAIN
i t , 1 ‘
fk,-L • ______'') , :•:',„' s. ' -.. e,,..." . ..! V.. ..„....' ' '
"."Trwaff ' ~...,...ivi.:iir iel.;
New Arrival of Fall anti Winter
Goods at the Elephant.
A LEN - ANDER CARMON. has just returned
1 - 1- from the East, with a fall cud concploto se
lection of Fall and Winter GeSuls, which arc now
arranged for examination and sale, at his stare,
opposite the Railroad lintel. The stock has all
been bOURIIt ItIGIIT and as a matter of course
will be sold cheap far.stimsd.
The stock consists cf
Cloths, Cassimers, Caslaneretts, &Landis, Cotton
odes, Drown and Bleached Linens, Satins,
Silks, Shawls, Scqfs,Brount and-Bleach
ed Checki, Tickings,Crash,
Canton arid Woolen Flannels,
and nuatLother goods too
Prints in ahundan g bus de banes, iJerege do
Lanes, Silk Tissue, Fftign and American (any
hams, Mouse do Bey, Silk Lustres,o.e.
Hats, and Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware, Queensware, gic.
Thankful for past titvors, the public generally
aro invited to call and exnmino the splendid stork
now on band, which in variety, finality, and price
will compare with any over exhibited in town.
CALL AND SEE.
Oct. 10, '53.
011 2 JERUSALEM.I
JEIVS AND GENTILES OUTDONE
HAS just retuned front :be Eastern cities,
with the man' and LARGEST assortment of
Ready-made Clothing, Rats, Caps,
and Fancy Articles,
for Gentlemen's wear, e;cr known to be brought
to Huntingdon. Ilis styles see of the latest, mil
ciliated to piens° everybody that may call.
He has stall times CLOTHS, CASSIMEHES, and
VLSTINOS, which he will make to order.
Oct. 19, .53
A NEW ARRIVAL OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
HAVE just received from I:hi ladelphia the
finest end best assortment of FALL and \V
von Goons, ever offered, and at lower prices than
can be purchased at any other house. They aro
determined to sell lower than can be purchased
'anywhere cast of the Allegheny, and no mistake.
Hy. wish to be satisfied of the fitct, call and see.
Dry Goods such as
Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinets, Flannels,_French
rinos, Parametta Cloths, Muslin de Baines,
Barred and Figured Sark Flannels, Al.
pouts, and a general assortment of
11°,4er - 11, &e.
Also, 500 webs of assorted PRINTS, and eve
ry other article usually kept in a Country Store.
of which we always keep the largest and best as.
sortmont over kept in this place.
a magnilleont assortment, whirls wo aro selling
ore a little op, bnt wo ore determined to soil as
low if not lower, than any other house,according
Cedar and Willow Ware,
such us Baskets, Tubs, Buckets, lirout Stands,
Carpels and Oil Cloths.
a beattiful assortment, Which will ho sold low,
call and see and ho satisfied of the fast.
Bats and Caps,
of the very latest and best styles, also
Boots and Shoes,
the best and cheapest in town, it ou don't be
lieve it, CALI. AND saa.
We are also purchasing and storing grain,
and it is admitted on all hands that we have the
most convenient place for unloading grain in or
Oct. 19, '59
Joint Scort, SAmuti. T. nicowit.
Attorneys at Law,
Office some as that formerly occupied by John
Oct. 19, 1853.
40 TONS COAL, just received and furs id
C. ItteGl IA returns his thanks
-Lt. to Ids friends and the public •
for their very liberal patronage, and
hopes by strict attention to business
to merit n continuance 3f the some. iu nIl kinds of
Castings, Cooking groves ' Air-Tight, Parlor, '
Ten Plate Wood and Conl Stoves, of various si
tes, mid all kinds of Ploughs: the Lancaster and
the Plonk Harshen,. patterns and Keystone No.
4 Self-sharpening and hill side Ploughs, and
Shears to .it all kinds of Ploughs in the country;
Roiling-mill end Forge Castings, Grist and Saw
mill Castings, Lewistown Thrashing Machine
Patterns, and the four horse nod two horsepower
of Chambersburg patterns; and nll other kinds of
castings too numerous to mention, nll of which
will be , FOIll cheaper thnn ever for cash and all
kinds of country produce. Also, old mettle taken
in exchange for cnstings. '
Huntingdon, November 9, 1953.
$1,111r; A_T rZovr-rmtlitv IN
The Ancient Borough.
I• 1- .8
uA S just returned from the eastern cities with
I I the inmost. cheapestamd best assortment of
BOOTS and SHOES, ever
opened in this county. Ile also has
a large and splendid assortment n
Hats and Caps,
of the most fitshtonable styles. Al., Ladies'
and Childrens' woolen hose. Carpet lings,lland
Trunks, &c., for the travelling community. Also
a great variety of useful articles too numerous to
The public ore respectfully invited to call and
examine the stock. Ile is determined to sell ns
etteae, ifnot cheaper than nay other establish
ment in the county.
Store on Ilill street, opposite Snyder's Cheap
rfir CALI„\ND EXAMINE TIIE STOCIC.JD
Oct. 26, '53.
BOOKS I BOOKS I .
10,000 ilrooors,cesmtiNdet; g vpa
every variety usually kept in a Phil-.
adelphia Book Store—the subscriber boa added
to his New (1111,1•1306 K STORE, opposite Whit
taker's Hotel, Railroad street, Huntingdon, Pa,
Particular attention is invited to his extensive
and splendid stock of plain and limey Stationary,
Blank Books, Memorandums, Diaries, for 1954,
He lies purchased Scitoot. Boons on such
terms to enahlehim to sell them cheaper, Whole
sale and 'Retail, than any store in the county.
Harper's MUgazine, • Goiley's Lady's * Book,
and cheap publications kept constantly on band.
The public will please call and examine for
themselves. WM. COLON.
Huntinudon, Oet. 19, '53.
SIIIRLEYSIA RG FEMALE SEMINARY,
AND JUNIATA ACADEMY,
ghirleysburg, Huntingdon Co. Pa.
Rev. J. Campbell, A. M., and Hugh J. Camp
bell. A. 11., Principals.
These institutions are beautifully situated in
the center of the Great Aughwiek Valley, seven
miles from the Penna. Central Railroad, at Mt.
Union, and on the direct line from that to Chaim
bersburg. They are now fnrnished with capa
cious buildings and extensive apparatus, for all
the departments of Natural Science, and every ad
vantage for instruction in the branches of a liberal
education, that she best schools of n similar or
der can afford. The cost of their imp:trams alone
is oxii THOUSAND dollars. Fire hundred dollars
has been appropriated to a library. Believing
I that too much expense has hitherto been lavished
by schools of this order on outward decorations,
and too little devoted to furnishing them with the
more essential requisites for instruction, the Trus
tees of this Academy have been the first in the
State to . take this new step and invest so LATIGE
a sum in instruments and books. They candle at
tention of the older class of studeno, especially
those intending to ten* to these facilities.
TEM. or SiIINARV—SESSION Or 22 wimas.
Board, washing, light, and tuition in English
brunches $50,00, Music, Painting, Drawing,
Latin; French bc., extra.
ACADEMY Sassiox or 22 WEEK9.—Tuition
$2,00, $lO,OO, $12,00 per session, in Primary,
Junior and Senior classes respectively. Board
$1,75 per week in Winter $1,50 in Summer.—
No deduction for absence except in cone of pro
tracted sickness. No students admitted for less
than bairn session. For particulars. see circu
lars, or address (post paid) either of the Princi
Shade Gap, Huntingdon Co. Pa ,
The Trustees of this Institution owning to the
death of its late lamented Principal, .1, H. W.
McGinnis, have placed it in champ of the
W. A. Morrison, a faithful and competent teach
er, assisted in the Mailiematical and Classical
depertinents, by other Experienced Instructors
and by Mr. S. Campbell, who has long and suc
cessfully had control of the English department.
The course of study embraces what is usually
taught in the first close Institutions of the kind
in this country, being thorough and sufficiently
expensive to qualify students for the higher class
es in College, and for every department of busi
The Buildings are now large and commodious,
and the domestic arrangements, are in every way
adapted to the health and comfort era large num
ber of students, who are required to board in the
Academy under the immediate supervision of the
The location is retired, nnd proverbially health
ful, and is easy of !MCC., being connected with
Chambersburg and the Peon's. Railroad at Mount
Colon, by a daily lino of stages.
The terms are very low. The whole expenses
per session, of 25 weeks, for board, washing, tui
tion, fuel. &v., are from $4O to $45 according to
the branches pursued. The next Session will
commence on Wednesday 15th of October.
For any further infornnition address
W. A. MORRISON,
Shade Gnp Pn., Oct. 12 '5:l.
NOW'S THE TIME TO CALL
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVE!)
At David P. Gwin , s New Store.
TA P. ti WIN, informs his friends and the pub
-1.), lie generally that he has just returned from
Philadelphia, and is now opening at the corner
of Hill and 13nth streets, opposite Colds' Frank
A large and beautiful assortment of
Consisting of CIAIS, Cns imcr., Black and Pam
cy Cassinetts, Woolen Goods, Silks, Fancy
and Black Berege do ',eines, De liaise,
Debnins, French Merinoes, Cobnrgh
nels White ad Colored,
Ging,hams, Linens, Mullins, and a large lot of
Prints aid: stylps.
. . - .
Also, Carpets, Oil Cloths, lists and Caps, Boots
and Shoes, Groceries o f all kinds, Queens-
warn, Hnrdwaro, Fish and Salt.
The public are respectfully invited to call and
examine my Goods, as I am determined to sell
them CHEAP. _ _ .
All kinds of country Produce taken in exchange
fur Goods at the highest market prices.
Huntingdon, Oct. 12, 1853.
rATA & WINIETSGODUM
HAS just returned from the Eastern Cities, and
is now opening, at the old stand, in Market
Square, a largo and splendid assortment of now
and fashionable goods, liar MB and winter, con
French Cloth, Doable Milled Black and Fancy
Cassimors, Sattinotts, Merinoes, De Berege,
Cobergh Do Leines, Flannels, Wool
and Cotton, Brown and Blenched
Muslins, and a variety of goods
of all kinds usually kept
in a country store
and a great VAIIIISTIC or T12131311N08 suitable for
WINTER DRESS GOODS.
A Large Assortment of Groceries.
Hardware, Atieensware, and
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Mud and Tippets.
The public are respectfully invited to call and
examine tey stock, us 1 em determined net to be
undersold by any. house In town.
Fooling thankful for the encouragement he has
received, hopes by strict attention to tat:Atte:, to
merit a continuance of the ,ame.
lluntindou, Ott: ltrq,
FARM FOR SALE,
rpm: s ubscriher offers, nt private sale. a taloa
" hle tract of land, situate in (till Valley, Shir
ley township, Huntingdon county, containing
idiom Two Hundred Agree. About fifty
arras of this tract in cleared end in good tillable
order, having thereon erected a comfortable Stone
Dwelling House, Stabling, &c.
There is also a good Spring of Water on the
dwelling thenear ouse.
. . . . _
The land loot' a good quality, part being strong
Bluestone and nn industrious mum could not tail
to do we ll on it. It is situated about six unites
from Mount Union, where the Pennsylvania nail
Road and Canal pass, and will be sold at u very
TERMS or P.tvmuxr.—One half in band, and
the balance in two equal annual payments.
For further information address the subscriber,
nt Shirleysburg, P. 0., Huntingdon On.. Pn.
October i 2, '53.
Grocery, Confectionary, Bakery,
HENRY .1. AFRICA, would respectfully in
site the public to call nt his establishment
in Railroad Street, where nll those who necarany
good Bread, Rusk, or any other kind of Cakes
found at a Bakery, may be supplied.
Be has just received a very large and fresh
supply of Fruit and Confuctionaries, such as
Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, NOW, Sm.,
and a large stock of TOYS.
Ile receives drily front the city of Baltimore,
the best OYSTERS that can be found. Those
in want of prime 'shell Ash,' can be accommoda
ted by calling at the saloon. Ho has fitted op a
saloon expressly for the Ladies.
Thankful to the public for past furors, he hopes
by strict attention to business to merit a confirm
mice of the same.
Oct. 12, '53.
TIIR subscriber has on bond French Burr
Mill stones of various sizes, which he
will warrant to be of superior quality, and at rea
Orders by mail promptly attended to.
N. 11. KEPNER,
linrrittlittrg, Oct. 5,'53.—rm.
ri 11 AD LUTE of the Univer,ity of Maryland,
Ur On connection with Dr. James G. Ligntner)
having permanently Imam' in Shirleysburg, re
spectfully offers his professional services to the
citizens of that place and-adjacent country.
Mountain Female Seminary.
• PTIE Mountain Female Seminary at Birming-
I ham, Huntingdon county,Pa., on the Penn
sylvania Railroad, occupies one of the most
healthy end desirable locations in the State.—
Strangers visiting the institution have uullesi
tatingly expressed the opinion, that it so easy of
accessoctired, heilthful, and surrounded with
such romantic mountain scenery, that no one
who wishes to learn, could find an institution
more favorably situated. Past success and fu
ture prospects'linve induced us to greatly enlarge
our plans, and enabled us to give such compensa
tion to teachers as will command those possess
ing the higligst qualifications.
Cost, per terns of 22 weeks, varies from $55 to
$6O, for which good accommodations will be giv
en. Music, French, Latin, Painting, &c.,extra.
Pupils from abroad are expected to board in
the Seminary building with the Principal, who
gives hisentire attention to the interest of the
Institution. ISRAEL W. WARD,
Oct. 5, 1853.
BALLOON ASCENSIONS, FIRE-WORKS
NTIRELY displaced nod .
.11 - 14 outdone, by the --
display and marvellous assort--
meat of Jewelry, Watches, Clocks, Silver Ware,
Fine Knives, Pistols, Perfumery, Port Monnaies,
aml Faney Articles, just opened and exhibiting
to admiring hundreds, at the Jewelry Store of
EDMUND SNARE, opposite Read's Drug
(4-5- Watches and other articles, Game PLATED
ill the, best and most lasting manner.
Oct. 5, '55.
D EVOLVERS and other Pistols, at Edits.
Snare's jewelry Store.
QILVER and Plated Spoons, Gold, Silver and
k - ) Plated Spectacles, at Etlm. Sage's Jewelry
CIILVER Buttor Knives, and Salt Spoons, at
0 E. Snare's Cheap Jewelry Store,
K 0 S SUT Id, Wellington, Cottage,
Gothic, and other Clocks, for solo rof
rhea)), at Edm. Snare's Jewelry Store,
AT TIIE lIENTINCooN CLOTHING STOEIL
HAS . j ust returned tram the cast with a large
and splendid assortment of
Fall and Winter Goods,
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 anybody
else in town, let him en!! at Wrt.r.ouonnvis
CIII:Ar CLOTIIING STOatt one door west of T.
Bead & Son's drag storlluntingdon.
Call end see for yourselves.
Oct. 5, 1852.
JAS. IL HAGERTY.
IL L. Brows,
VAIKOIk,AI au'iTs - 512.
THE undersigned Physicians having entered
1 . into a co-parmarship, in the practice of med
icine, would respectfully inform the citizens of
Trough Creek, and vicinity, that they will ho
found at all times in their office, in Cassville,
to attend to nay calls with whirls they may be
favored. E. L. BROWN,
J. H. HAGERTY.
J. B. Luanne, at. D.,
REFERENCES: H. Doman , . St. It., w
F. Dow Ens, 31. D., Newton
Camillo, Oct. 5, '53,-3m
HOUSEKEEPERS study your interests, why
go to Auction and pay extravagant prices for
half-made FURNITURE? Call at No. I, North
NINTH street, and examine the largest assort
ment of the best made Furniture and Bedding in
the city, Feather Beds, Ilair, Husk, and Straw
Mattresses; is large assortment of limey What
nots, Sofas Tables, marble tops, and Washstands;
Walnut and Mahogany French Tete-a-tetes, Di
vans, Wardrobes, Bookcases; French Bedsteads;
Fancy Stalled Seat, Cane seat, Windsor, and of
fice Chairs, Counting-house, and etme-seat Stools,.
Settee and Arm-chair Cushions; Cottage fund
tore made in every style and color; Sofa Beds and
Lounges, wholesale and retail, and warranted to
give satisfaction, and sold at the lowest prices.
Sep. 28, 1853,—1y
Ribbons and Millinery Goods:
STERN, No. 171, North Second
d ei Street, opposite the Canal hotel, Philadel
phia. Having in store a full and extensive as
sortment of Trimmings and Feeney Goods. All
kinds of MILLINERY AnvicLus ' such as Rib
bons, Laces, Blond Lace Silks, Florenees,
Bonnet Frames, and a large assortment of naedltt
worked Handkerchiefs, Colliers, Capes; Flounce,,
Inserting, Edgings, &c., together with a groat
variety of other articles in our line, too ,numerous
to petition, at Wholesale and Retail, . _
N. B.—l request all such that aro ,
king their FALL purchases, to giro me a call.
Sept. 21, '53.-2m. _
GOLD GRAINS—A tine variety for sac, ve•
Ty low, at Eom. Sx.tur.'n.
PURE 'MUTE LEAD, just received end fur
sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
HAMS and SIIOULDERS,Mst received and
for sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
jUST received a handsome assortment of
Bay Slate Shawls, Long Shawls and Square
Shawli, which we ore selling quite.low.
Gatld Watches will be suld S.N.tuz
cl,c , het,
FALL MILLINERY GOODS.
JOHN STONE & SONS,
J 10,45 South. Second Sired,
ARE now opening for the FALL. Titanu, a large
and well selected assortment of
Silks, Ribbons, Feathers, Flowers,
and Millinery Goods, &e.
confining themselves exclusively to this branch
of the trade, anti ntronvilso the larger part of
their stock enables them to offer an asshrtmem
UNSURVASSED in extent or variety, which sill Ito
sold on the most favorable terms.
Sept. 21, '53.-Itn.
NEW LINE OF HACKS.
The subscriber has plaCed on the road leading
front Milt Creek to Cassville n line of Hacks to
run front the latter place to the former, on Wed
! nesdnys and Saturdays, Leaving Cassville in the
morning of each day returning in the afternoon.
The accommodations are comfortable and the
fare is very low. DEO. SMITH.
Cassville, Sep. 21, '53.
J. S. GRIFFITH, M. D.,
Graduate of the University of Pa., offers his
professional service to the citizens of Huntingdon
and adjacent country.
REFERENCEA :—Modical Faculty of University
of Pa., Physicians and Surgeoni of the Pennsyl
vania Hospital and Dr. Jacob Hoffman.
Office, No. 189, Mifflin Street, along with Dr
Hoffman. Jnly 13,1853.
Evans & Watson, N South Fourth
Street. late $3 Dock street.
Books, Papers, Jewelry &c.
Fire-Proof Doors for Banks & Stores.
PATENT KEY-HOLE COVER
Warranted to stand as much the as any other
Safes in the country.
GREAT TRIUMPH ACHIEVED
BY EVANS & WATSON'S
AT TIIE STATE FAIR, 7.
Iltrtnisatma, Pa., Oct. 30, 1851
The undersigned appointed a committee for the
purpose, by the officers of the Slate lair, mere
present this afternoon, when Messrs. EVANS &
WATSON tested one of their small sized SAL
AMANDER FIRE-PROOF SAFES, at which
they consumed Three Cord', of flood over it,
commencing at 1 o'clock, P. M., and having ex
posed it to a worm HEAT for Two flours, suffi
cient to destroy the cast iron feet.
On opening the Safe, the papers with 2000 dr
colors deposited in our presence were taken out,
not only having been preserved, but not having
the appearance of scorch upon them.
A. 0. MISTER, JOSEPH RITNER.
A. T. NEWBOLD, Ex-Governor of Pn.
JOHN B. CON, E. HEISTEU,
E. E. POUDINOT-T.
Sole Agency for .Butterworth's Celebratea
Gen. Wilsop, Esq , Huntingdon, Pa., is nil
thorized agent for the sale of the above, at his
office a specimen can be seen, and also at office of
the Broad Top Railroad Company, in ((noting
don, we also refer to Col. S. S. Wharton, and
the County Treasurer, in Huntingdon. Below
reference is made to a few in Philadelphia, who
bare oar safes in use. Hundreds more ran ba
Farmers & Mechanics' Bank, 12 safes.
U. S. Mint.
C. S. ArSena], 3 in rhil'a. Sin California.
Samuel Allen, Esq., High Sheriff.
Barker Bros. & Co., Brokers, No 15 1. 3d Sr,
E. C. Knight, corner Chesnut anti Water St.
lilichena & CO. No. 17 S. Water st.
'littera Norris & Son, LonotnTiti;o works.
Peon's. R. It. Co, 2 safes:
Dint. Germantown and Norristown B. R.Cm
State Treasurer and Trenton Banking Co.N.J.
Odd F. Halls, 6th et. and nor. 3d & Brown sts.
Southwark & Moyamensing Gas Co.
Corporation of Northern
do. of Moyamensing.
July 13, 's3.—ly•
FIVE PER CENT SAVING FUND.
Chartered by the State of Penn
sylvania 18 , 11.
CANTAL STOCK $250,000.
Tlll , . Saving Fund of the National Safet:' Omn
i- pony, No. 62 Walnut Street, 2 doors above
Third, PHILADELPHIA. is open every day
from 8 o'clock A. M. to 7 o'clock P. M., nud on
Monday-and Thursday evenings MI 9 o'clock.—
This institution is well known as ono of the best
managed and safest in the country, and pays
PEE CENT. interest for money put in there, from
the date of deposit.
Any sum front One Dollar upwards is received.
And all sums, largo or small, are paid back on
demand, without notice, to any amount.
This saving fund has • mortgages, Ground
Rents, and other tirst-class investments, all' well
secured, amounting to more than huffs million of
dollars. fat the security of depositors.
Office 62 Walnut street, two doors above'
lion. HENRY 1.. BENNER, Prcs't:
HOBERT SELFRIDUE, k'ice Preet.
Wu. J. REED, Secretary.
ROARD OF REFFEREES,
nom Wm. Richards, Pottstown, Montgomery
co. J. I). Streeper editor of the Montgothery
county Ledger, Pottstown.
J. M. Sheenemen, editor of the Neutralist,
Skippackville, Mont. co.
Enos Benner, Esq., editor of the Farmer's
Friend, Samnoytown, Mont. co.
lion. Joel Jones, late Mayor of Phil's.
lion. John Robbing, jr., member of Congress.
4th District, Pennsylvania.
Bon. James Page, late I'ostmaster of Phil's.
lion. Wm. Penittgton, late Governor of Neer
Sep. 28, '53.
we, Market Street,.
Fancy Goods and Trimmings, Combs and
Bashes, at CASII Pumas,
Sept. 7, 'SS.-bin
FRITZ & HENDRY,
Store, 29 N. 3rd Si. Philadelphia,
Morroceo Manufacturers, Cioliers, Importer!,
Commission Leather I3usiness,,
• Wholesale and Retail.
Nlanufactory 15 Mnrgarettit Street:
Aug. 24, 's3.—ly.
2. R 1014122,
QEADUATE of the Philadelphia College of
Artificial Teeth, from one to a iitl stt, moon.
ted in the most improved modern style.
Ellitly and &Wing done with care and:
Teeth Extracted with all Ow case and despatch
that modern science can furnish.
Jnly, 13, 1853.
OPFICE on Main Street, next to that of Geo.
,A. P. Wilson.
Terms moderate, and all work warranted to
give entire satisfaction.
July 19, '53.
DORT MONNAiES from 23 ccni, up to $2
nt Ed. bane •, krtl 10.1.