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Oflicial Directory of flunt.Co.
Hon. Geo. TAYLOR, of Huntingdon.
Associate Jo I.res :
Hon. Jim. 31' WI Ltints ! of Franklin tp.
T. F. STEIVAILT, Of %VOA tp.
J. Sewer. S PEWART, of Huntingdon. ,
JOSHUA GREENLAND, of lIIIIItingdOD.
DAVID &Ain, Esq., of Huntingdon.
Taw. 11. CREMER, Esq., of Huntingdon.
Rezister, Recorder, trc. : •
AI. F. CAMPBELL, of Henderson tp.
THOMAS litmetk of West tp.
Er.tet. Smut, of Union tp.
SAMUEL WIeITON, of Franklin' tp.
HENRY W. MILLER, of Huntingdon.
Commissioner's Attorney :
JOJIN REED, Esq., of Huntingdon.
HENRY BREWSTER; of Shirleysburg.
Hamm CROTSLEY,of Cass tp.
RiviD PARKER, of Warriorsinark.
Joszvu M. STEVENS, of Petersburg.
Directors of Poor:
SAMUEL MATTES, of Franklin tp.
JOHN BREWSTER, of Shirley tp.
JAMES SAXTON, of Huntingdon.
Poor FlouseAllorney :
DAVID BLAIR, Esq., of Huntingdon.
Poor House Treasurer :
lIENRV BREWSTER, of Shirley tp.
J. S. AFRICA, of Huntingdon.
ISAAC WOLVERTON, of Brady tp.
SAMUEL S. SMITH, of Huntingdon.
A NEW ARRIVAL OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
TT EVE J ust received from Phihidelphic the
L finest awl !test assortment of FALL, a n d WIN.
rxn Goons. ever olferedond nt lower prices than
can he pnrehascil nt any ether house. They are
determined to sell lower than can he pm-dinged
nnywhere east of the Alley heny. and no mistake.
It von wish to be sittistied of the fact, rail and see.
bry 0.10114 411( 1 11 .14
Cloths, Cassimers, Statinets, Flannels. French Me.
rinnrParametta Cloths, .llaclin /,nines,
and Figured Sark Punnet, Al.
pacas and a general assortment ni
Also, 500 welts of it,onied PRINTS. and eve
ry other article usually kept in a Country Store.
of which we always keep the largest and best as
surtment ever kept in this place.
mugnileeut assortmea, which we see selling
are n little en, but we are determined to cell 211 , 1
lacy i not lower, than any other house,aecording
Cedar and Willow Ware,
such as Baskets, Tube, Buckets, Krout Stands,
Carpets and Oil Cloths.
nomortment. whieli will be 501,1 low,
call and see anal be satisfied aar the facia
flats and Caps
of the very late,t and lae, Male., also
Hoots anti Shoes.
ne ~e .r and ebeapes , t in town, it yeti don't be
here it, CALL ANI) PKE.
We are also purchasing end Ftering Grain,
and it is admitted on all hands that we have the
most convenient place fur unloading grain in or
Oct. 19, '53.
JEWS AND GENTILES OUTDONE
.;. 1 2 ,( n
T returned from the Eastern cities.
with the IiEST and LAnuEsr asmrtment of
Ready-made Clothing, Hats, CaFs,
and Fancy Articles,
for Gentlemen's wear. ever known to he broueht
to Huntingdon. His styles are of the latest, cal
culated to please everybody that may eel!.
Ile has until times et.nras, CASSIMERES, and
Vienr,no,, which ho will make to order.
Oct. 19, '53.
BALLOON ASCENSIONS, FIRE-WORKS
I - INTIM:EY displaced and
J`,4 outdone, by the
display end marvellous Assort
ment of.lewelry, Watches. Clocks. Sliver Wer e ,
Fine Knives, Pistols, Perfumery '
nod Fancy Ankles. just imened and exhibiting
ri, admiring hundreds, at the Jew, Iry Store of
EDMUND SNARE, opposite Read's Drug
0- Watches and other articles, GOLD PLATDP
in the hest and most lasting manner.
Oct. 5, '5l
FIVE PER (CRT €AVING 11111).
Chartered by !he State Of Penn-
sylvaiiia in 1841:
cAprrAL sTocic $250,000.
Fr TIE Saving Fund uf the National Safety Com
pane. No. 62 Walnut Street. 2 doors above
Third. FIIII,AIELPIIIA. is open every day
from 8 o'clock A. M. to 7 o'clock 1'.:1., and on
Monday and Thursday evenings t.ll °
This institution is well known its one of the best
managed and s.ife..t in the country, and pays FIN,
Pea cent. intere•t fur money put in there, frum
the date of deposit°.
Any sum from One Dollar upwards is received.
And all some, large or small. are paid hack on
demand, without notice, to any amount.
Thin saving final has mortgages, ground
Rents, and other first-class investments, all well
secured, amounting to more than Ulu million at
dollars. tl,r the security oh' depositors.
Office 62 Walnut street, two doors above
'non. lIENRY L 'BENNER, Freer.
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vieu Pres't,
WM. J. REEn, Secretary.
BOARD OF HEFFEREEB.
lion: Wm. Itichardo. Pott,•town, Montgomo r y
en. J. I). Streeoer editor of tl e Aluntgoiners
county Lodger. Pottrtoorn.
J. Af. S:ieenetnen, editor of the Sentralkt,
Skippnekrille. Djout. cu.
Enos Benner, horn., editor of the Furnier'a
Friend, Surnne}•town, Mont. co.
Joel Janet, late Mayor of Phil'a.
lion. John Robbing, jr., member of Cungres,
bite l'o,tmo6ter of Phirit.
lion. Wm. Pcuingtuu, late liurcrour of Nem
Sep. 28, '53.
S T .
DR. 2, 1111111,r2M
DuATE of the L'hiludelphia College o
T Dental Surgery.
Artificial Tag. from one ton Aliso, moo•
ted in ti t trrt impr.o7.l..tawrit KO,
lilting, biting and dealing dune ;i : 111; care and
Tf...th Ex/flirted with nil the CA.160 and &Spate
that modern science van furnish.
_Jfey, 13. I R 33.
U. W. SMITH,
0 rm*: on Alaitt - Stieet, next to that of Cen
A. P. Wilson,
Terms moderate, aid el work warranted to
sly entire satisfaction.
July 13, '33.
Evans iD'aisOn '''
Street, late 83 Dock street.
Books, Papers, Jewelry &o.
Fire-Proof Boors for Banks & Stores.
PATENT KEYHOLE COVER
ANDITL L :I
FIRE AND THIEF—PROOF
wair.ted to stand as much The as any other
Sales in the country.
GREAT TRIUMPH ACHIEVED
BY EVANS & WATSON'S
AT THE STATE. FAIR.
Muumuu:no, Pa., Oct. 30, 1851. 5
The undersigned appointed a Committee ft, the
purpose. by the officers of the State Fair. were
present thin afternoon, when Meer, EVANS &
WATSON tented one of their nomll sized SA 1.-
ANIANDER FIRE-PROOF SAFES. at which
they consumed T4ree Cords of Wand over it,
commencing nt 1 o'clock, 1'.31.. and Iniving ex
posed i 11,,,. WHITE lIKAT far Two Mara, nuffi
dent to destroy the cast iron feet.
lln opening the Safe, the papers with 2030 cir
culars ,Icpo.itell in oar presence were taken out,
not only having been preserved. lint nut having
the appearance of scorch upon them.
A. 0. !MISTER, JOSEPH lIITNER.
A. T. NEWBOLD, Ex-Governor of l'a.
JOHN B. COX, CHAS. E. WASTER,
E. E. norniNorr.
Sole Agency fur Butterworth's Celebrated
Gen. Wilson, Esq . Huntingdon, l'a.. in an
thorked agent for the sale of the above, at his
office a specimen can he SC.. alai ako at office of
the Broad Tu,i Railroad C011111:111, ill Bunting
don. we aim refer to Col. S. S. Wharton, and
the County Treasurer. in 1 Inwingdon. Below
re f erence i s n, nfe to a few in Philadelphia, who
hive °emit*ca in use. Hundreds care can he
gi }.., t i l t:mers & Mechanics' Bank, 12 safes.
U. S. Mint.
U. S. Arsenal. 3 in l'hiPa. 5 in California.
Sroue[ Allen, Esq., High Sheriff.
Barker Bro.. & Co . Broker, No 16 N. 3.1 St.
E. C. Knight. corner elirslalt and Water St.
Itlichena & Co. No. I 7 S. Water et.
Richard Norris & S., Locomotive works.
Penn', It. R. Co. 2 , it'e,
rhira. Gelatallitawa Mai Norristown U. ii. Co.
State Treasurer and Trentoil Ranking C0.N..1.
Odd F. Halls. nth st. and co, 3.1 A Brown sts.
Southwark & Moyamenning o.in Cu.
Corporation of Northern Liberties.
do. of Moyamensing.
July 13, '53.-1 v•
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hir the atllicted--Conblining an imbue of the or
igin, progress, treatmebt itud Cure of every form
ufdisease, contracted by proliikelliniS euxiwl in
tercom,. Seir-illime, or by sexual e X
with advice Mr their prevention, written in a
fantiliar styleoeuiding all medicinal teelmicali
tics, and every thing that would offend the ear it
decency, from tie result of 20 years' successful
practice, exclusively devoted to the cure of di--
ea-es an delicate or private nature.
it which is added, receipts for the cure of the
above diseases, and a treatise un the cease, symp
toms and cure fur the Freer and Aue, Mr 25
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hensive mal intelligilde work published en the
class ofiliseasesof whirl+ it treats. Avoiding nth
technical tern., it tablre-si, itself to the readers;
iris free from all objection:o+le matter, null no
parent, however liodidiuus, c.n Olijeet to placing
it in the hands of his sons. 'l' tie author has dote•
led team• years to the treatment of the
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liar offered to the world nt the !surely nominal
price of 25 coats. the fruits of some twenty years
most successful practice."—llsratil.
- No teacher or parent should be ~ithent the
knowledge imparted in this itivalnahle work; it
uotalft save years of paha, mortification told sor
row to the youth under their ellarge."—i'ee
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of ••llunter's Medical Alanual," says:-
-Thousands upon h'iousands of oor youth, by evil
example nod the influence of the passions. have
have led into the habit of self-pollution w idiom
realizing the sin and consequence neon them
selves mid their posterity. cun.titntiun of
thousands, who are raising fitinilies have been
enfeebled. if not broken duwn, and they do not
know the Cilll , ll or the cure. Any thing Out
cult be done so to enlighten mud iotluen a the
public mind as to check, +toll ultimately to re
move this wide-spread source or human wretch
edness+, would confer the greatest blessing next
to the religion or (11itist, on the present Al'
coining generation. Intemperance, (or the •ase
of intoxicating drioks,) though it has slain thou
sands upt.o ['Milian,' 4 , is 1101 it greeter Scourge to
the human rave. Accept toy thanks oil helot',
of the afflicted, and, believe me, Vol' eo-maker
in the good work you Ares++ indictly cogeged
One copy will he forwarded, (securely envelo
ped and postage paid.) on receipt Or 25 cents. or
six eopivs for $I• Mike, I.:OSIWN CU.,
Publishers, Box 196. Philadelphia.
ea'lltmksellers, Canvassers +old Book Agents
supplied un the most liberal terms.
June I, 'Sit -Iy.
TO THE PUBLIC.
2. P. TrjElYzi ) D.,
DE• : ;PECTFULLY intorno: the citizens of
and vieitiit Y, thatlte has located
medical °nice, her the purpose of treatinu all
kiln of IlicenSen, 1111 anilie 1111.1 SClPlllilit• princi
ple. and in now ready to anciol to all calls, and
by strict attention to loisincss, h o p es to c ,,,, it ic e
portion onothlic favor. Fever and ,% tt ne
cured in three ftlys, and warranted to remain
eared foul.. somata. A. l'.F.
Jul_', 20, ,'33.-tr.
ESSCENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER.
'PHIS locsetice is n preintrattion of unusual ex•
relienne. In onlitntry linrrh co. ineipient
eitolent, in short, in mill vases of prostration ()fate
digestive functions, it is of inrßiton ie v n i..-
I)iiring the prevalence of ppideini, ookra and
summer complaint: of children. it is pe , iitiariv
ellivation , ; nu Family or individual should Imo
CAUTION.—Be slue to get the genuine es.
4eio.e. which i. prepared imie he F. 11111 IWN, at
hie Drag ant! Chemical Store. N. E. Center
Fifth and Cheittnat Streetg, Philadelphia, and fur
gale hr all the reopectable Amok-earl.; in the
Cnite'd Scales. Furcate by T. It F.A II & SON,
Huntingdon. Dine 22,'53.-Iy.
Nova:a fresh supply of Reran,: flu
Burage, all nuol de liege, and part
cotton from 20 to 37 ets per yd. Also another
fresh supply of Trimmings, just ree' , l, and fur
sole by J. & W. SAXTON.
nOUBLE Barrelled English Snub and Tvi t
FO 111 LING PIECES—aI. Single Bain •
ed QUM, Irvin four dollars to thirty each, fur
salu by & W. SAXTON.
JUST receiving the linalsomest lot of Carpets
ever uttered in this place. Also, Oil Cloths,
which will he sold low
4. 11 . . SAXTON.
ASPLENDID assortment of Ladies' Dress
(leaking received at CA ItAION'S
Asplendid let or Bonnets jutreceived end fur
sale lit .1. 4. W. SAXTON.
CARPET Udgs, jubt recei‘cot mitt
W. .IA/ OA.
DORT MONNAIIib, Card Cases, and the fl•
nest quality Ur WUSTENIIOI.3I'6 reekel
Knives, a very large quantity at buuru':
BROAD TOP ON TIRE !
James E. Glasgow,
11 WING Fitted n Large and elegunt 51.1 . C.
41.1,11 y in the centre Seutt•ville,
lluntin;,! , ,n Co.. into whi,ll he it term,',, hi,
store e old is latm prepnivil to ne
emininflate hi. , nstutnerft awl the nnblie genewl
ly, with a.sortinenTur
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Ilia4.AortmeTit consists of
Dry 1.1 Ig t Groccrieg.
and all kin la ()foods a,ialle kept inn Country
Starr. Al u, a beautiful cheap and elegant as
Ladles' Dress Goods,
and Trimmings of every 'variety. Also, Thirst
Caps, Bonnet:, Hout, and Shoes, and a variety of
goinl4 all kiwi+.
OWAII kind. of Country Produce taken in
exchange for ;:1111d,
Scottsville, Mint. (•0., Pa.
Juno 15, '53.-Iy.
BLACK BEAR HOTEL,
L!Ir1 , 111.; miler-igued low leased awl flt
• : -• toil mi the above !lonic. nn the
! • corner or wain HIM Moor; pry Street,
• • in the borough of linotiogilon, and is
well prepared to accommodate ell who may raver
him with their custom. The trareline (mammal
ty awl the ',oldie wmerally are cordially invited
to e.dl with biol. liiiiiinv by •triet ntllllltl..Tl to
bilsitie , to merit ii home portion of pudic patron
nee. N o p i a,s will he spared to reeler general
June 29. 's3.—ly.
STEAIII ENGINE FOR SALE.
t, Second hand Eiaht bor. power St.'', En
gine, with a Boiler 10 inelie4 rn didniewr
and 20 It. a hula, ill length. with all the neves
sary maeliiiiery to mak. it vouiplete.
linen hat little ie , ed and is ;;aid
desiring to lituelia.e. will nail ant the
Keeler's Stare, ur rut Jus. Eberly, residing in
June 15, 's3.—tf.
.11111.11111,i to the traveling
eonomnotv, and the public generally. that
he has taken charge and tined undue above hon,e.
having one of the and beastilnl
foe:16111.111 tile c amtry, where lie tt ill lie ' l oopy
to wait upon all who nlay favor hint with their
p atr , mage . There i, stable, and IIISO
carriage lion,e beloneioo• to the KeeiiKe, to
which the Moot rueful attention Will lit. riVel).
Mai• 25, '53.-Iy.
'MOMS P. CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LA IN,
Will attenil to all lot:hies entrustvd to him. Of
ticr murk oplaubiN tiro Court House.
BALTIMORE LOCK EOSPITAL.
Where may be obtained the must speedy rem.
iiEcitrr i)lsHAsEs.—Cleetg Strictures,
Seminal Weakness. Pain in the I,luin4, Atrections
of the liulneys, cite all Iburu pea•aliar ittleetions
arising from a secret habit, partiviihrly the youth
of both sexes, which ii 11.. t cared, produce, von
.titataional debility, rendering marriage
and in clue end destroys both Mind and lhaly.
ruling 3len wbo have turu•oune nue
victims or Solitary Vice, that dreadful ain.l (ICS.
nllll - .1 e Intliit which anowilly sweeps to am un
tamely grave tlion.lind,, of young own of the most
exalted talents and brilliant Intellect, , ela, might
11,,rwise have en—anceul listening senates with
the thumb:re orenninence, or waked to eestacy
the li olg lyre, may call with lull confidence.
Marin, persons. or tn.., ea a a a t e mphob ig uncle .
Haut.. bong' aware of pliv , ical wearkness, should
iiaa.ediateiy consult 1)r. .J., anal be restored to
Dr..hdedtin, office N. 7 S, tt h Fredrick St.,
sow' 11.Kii, Irmo sircet, cd,t •dde
th e p irticiiiar the
141111C:1101 nmber, iir you will 111 i-take the pine,
A cure warraut;Al, ur lie chargc made, ill fr.)
011 C 11, two, days.
Ja MTh, i in his
tint:tug, up the steps. 1.41 very extensive tome
lice is a sufficient guarantee, that he is the only
propel physteMn to apply to.
Johstion, tomtit., of the iloyal College of
Surgetai.. l.oodon, ,rathiate from nits a the
einiiieitt of the Uaited States, Mal
the greater part tdwhase has been ' Teal ill
the lloiiindsof beel,,e, Paris l'hiladrlTai:t, and
elsea here, has of it the 1110,t
kiting ea.', that were ever known, 1111,11 iron
del with ringing in the cci. anti head when
asleep, great nervonNue,.. loeing Manned at smi
th:us...ls, anti lisl.filiness, with frequent blush
ing attended ...Tillie. with ilerall6elllellt ul
Mid, were cured immediately.
A ChIIT.tIN I,llsE.tat:.—lt is a melancholy filet
that thuusamls tall victims to tliis horrid di-ease
owing to the unskilfulness of igliaraat pretenders
%%In. he the use tor that deadly 1aa...11 .Meneary.
relh the 1,111 , 111 g il'e 1110S1 serious
:' , llllll , en , 01 that ileeefli . llllll,e,e hi, make their
appearance, such a. allection. Id the teem!, hese,
throat, skin. ere., progrensiag with frigi.tritl ra
pidity till death puts ot period to their dreadral
siniering. toy sending them iu that 'Sourne whence
no traveler return...
TANI: P.% NOTICE.--Yoltivg men whi,
lia, mimed thwasqlivt, by a e 1.11.1111
:Own 1 11,1111,111:, loarucd
(1,111 ctrl lir at ?.t.laapl—ti:e elleet•
ul witlea are aigidly felt. et ell Whoa a.lvely an I
it tel cured rett.ll,l, atarria,e impossible. amide
milli! alai lady.
ti'lint at pity that at young titan, the 11.11, of big
country, inn' the olarling of Ills 11111.CIIIN
Sffiltdiett loon ill iirioperis and elijiillll.lllS of
life h~ the 1:011Se11lI1•liee 1 t terlittillg fl,lll lIIc 1111t11
111,1111, illl.l 111.1t11,1111:, 11. 11 Cl2lllllll ,1:1•1.C1
Stich 1.1,•,11. Iles, contemplating .%larriaglt•
i . t . lltmt that a Nointil mina CItII holly are
1111.,1 reutinite, 1.. pcotucte 0,111111.
16.11 happine,,. lallcc.l t.itllutlt thee, the jour
ney liet•ollle• Il scary
the linoalauct hourly darkens to the view; tile
1161111 Int Ile -lair, mid fillet!
with the melancholy refleetion. thot the haftintiwo.
of another lieCtillie• !slighted N illl our own.
C0N5T111,1144.4.11. 1. ; 1,111 1.111. - 1 4. 1 . ..1:174111r1,41-
es yuung tutu!, and .11 \ , lll, bare it
iielreS , Ile pi iVaite Mid 11 1 1, , E 11 1,1 11.1111 1111 u.
bIig , ISSANA. - 1 . 11,1, suave ill the std and
melancholy etkeis litinlneed I.e rally 11111.44. ul
VUIIIII, VIZ: 14 the Ditch :Old Li 111118;
I'3llll , ill the head, Dint., SS or Sight. Loss 01
Muscular 1 . 4111.1141411/11111 . 41.1: liven I s•
pepsia, NerVolt• Detimgements ot tit
Ittgetdire tient:nil Iteliality Symptom,
UI C 01.111111111.11. &e.
111hN1,1.1.1— ' 1 ' he fearful effects on the mint arc
inure to be dreaded; Loss of lite 1111 l ry,
id ideas, I)4.4pritS,lllll of Spirit, Forlitidingsl
ik , erSt 111 tio Noriely, Deft Distrust, Imvt• td . bud.
&e.. ore NI/1111, ~r I Ile C4ll, 111 . ...111VC.1.
T 11011,1111. 1, ..1 per,oo, ill/Witt/1W
WWI is the eall•e al their ilecluilim health. Ims•
nig their eek, hull, and euntehn
tell, have singular a1ga . ..11111.V 411,4411 i the eyes
cuitgli and iiimms ul eunsitnim
Ai111 . 1 . 144411...11,4115 4 tliutm contemplating. mar
tinge, tiemg awnre ph.,sical weuklll,,.
Dr..l. 4111.1 icereStorl,ll to Ilea
lace Iwaltll. 011ie; No, 7, ttwutli
• ISaiiimore, Nlil.
1 Jll.l. tscimicAi. OP.ATIONS PERFORMED.—
Nt• 11. I.ei 110 prUrelli
. I t lU, lull up.
illy immt,litttely wilier 1/I,l,itilltilY Ur 111 letter.
lii,ettt.t, Sreetlitr Cured,
1 . 1.1 STRANULI:S.—'I'I:e 111:111y tlion , nn,ls cured
at tilt , In.tllue, %,itititt the last tell %ears, mud
tic UlitilerUllN 11111,01 . 1:111t OprrUillilitt
hy .1.,,,11111,,ii lilt: liellUriCr.
al.llllttity other pert...AN, twtit•es of
t: opus will Itg.ititi elite tlte
'white, 1. a ,tittietetit guttritlit,U mat the antic:tell
. . . .
%ratified it ".1,1111111111.11tii1101,1.11;
1‘,411.1 UR; 111.1 IQ I:4110111a .111. i worthless
tittaeks aaverti•ing i Lem-:IL es as l'op.h•hoosaitio
tee health of tat. talk:led 1)r. Joiao.cou would
soy to thuse outtege.tilatsl with his reloa.asal that
lit. Crcdmttiuls ur I)lplunt.ts always llallg ill lus
Weakness of the organs immediately cured,
mid toll viAur restuied
Cir MI Miura tiii4t paid—remedies sent by
M.sy 22, 1833.-Iy,
me g o l o t of Shoes—tun IluntP, Buskins,
tiMiuues uud ut the Stun, of
1). I'. LAVI:g.
BOOTS 4,%D SHOES,
for meal and boys, a gaud assurtmept, at tho store
ut U U. GWIS.
varmer, Farrier & Stage Proprietor.
GEO. W. MERCHANTS
CELEBRATED GARGLING OIL
UR►ARMALLC LCD IN T. lIIITURT /1111 , 1 CI.
As the most remarkable Extefnal Application ever
' They can'; Keep Rouse without it."
Ext....10ne...4 more thxll,llCleeto ,earn established
the tart that Men - Jima, CO cheated tiarglihg Or, or tin.
, venal Falillly Einbro:itino, wtll CUM most carer, anti cc.
'trite ail flitch as
Spayans, Sweeney. Ringhone, Windgalls, Pall
Eva. Callon.. Cracked Heels. Grlls of all
kinds. Fresh WOllllllB, Sprains. Bruises, Fin
tuba. Sitfast. Send Cracks, Strains. Lamenex.,
foundered Feet, Scratches or Grease. Slangi:,
Rheumatism. Ititea of Animals. External Poi
sons, Painful Nervous Affections. Frost Bites.
Boils. Corns, Whitlows, linens and Scalds,
Chapped Hands, Cramps, Coli.
MlCtioliS of the Muscles. Swellings, Weakness
of the Joints. Caked Breasts, Ac. ate. ate.
The unpantreled 'meccas of thin Oil, in the cure of
emini in Homes end Cottle. and eves in human Heel, ix
ally hecoluittc more known to the lamina community
It eau 11.11 y be credited, except by [hone who hove been
the habit of keepine it is their gable. an.l hou,s, what
vurl 111111.11. [win. mitering anti time, aloe Bayed by
the timely apirication of IMP Oil.
iii' Ile nitre the minis of the role proprietor. GEORGE
W. MERCHANT. Lockport, N. V . IP blown in the wide
of the bottle. and in hie Isnolwrittne ooer the cock.
All order. athlreerati to the proprietor will be promptly
Ilet a P.notthlet o f the Ager. anti rer what wonders are
arrostri , liell by th is use of thin medic'.
Nol.l he retwriable dealer, generally, in the Vt.iteJ
.ltates and Canal' A Iro
Ileml son. Ihniting.lon..loln fmta. BM,
leyalmr,. [sett & Blucher. Union Fttrintre..latties
Ilirtnint,lntot. Ritz. lowi..town; .1.
Alt•Veytown; S. Iltiovee,
Intr. A. Al. Lloyd Cm. (haysnortt Groqslnan
AJiuliu: on, imalstutre; T. 11. slfllur. Belltlinte;
and nt u lode, tic by Flomino; is Brother, Pi,.
burg. 1) Robinson, Tyrone Station mei F. Mitt
tE Co.. Phil
Judy 13, '53.-Iy.
sl*oo CII i1.11.E1(:E!
Nobensack's Worm Syr”p.
An ertiele rounded union Swietititie
nonipiiiinifeil with purely veiletitHe
wing- pert'ertly when taken, and Ira. never
1,11101 , 1W1, ti, flail ill Clll . lllg M..St
11 • Or111 , (1111 net er l•Xl, when thi: remedy
n once 11,1. the Net that it only
11011 hut removes All the sliine and manna which
The Tape worm.
This worm is the most difficult cote to destroy
>l' all that in 1131.4 the loon in hod,. It gnovs tit
In eillikot indefinite 'Hie.. tool 144,1114; co
voile 1 and fastened in The intestines and stomach
is n, p ris t ore Fit:, St. Vitus' 1) time. &c., whirl,.
the vatt:e of many going to the j;r.ire, not
ieving that these eompl.iints bare their ori,in
roil, the Tape Worm; eon...fluently they do nut
I,e !Ie proper medicines for their disease.
hose who are ntlliewl with thin awful time to
won't, 1 termini...l the use of my Worm Sr.
tip. tool Liver Pills; the Syrup to he taken in
loss now" tattle spoonstuli three times a day.
hen tnk.. troth 5 to frt or my Liver rills. to ills.
oge and ILI, the Won.. lon shielly
peso directions. the most Iklotjektte canes "Maim
Worm van he speedily mired.
11 d or SI It `Norm.
This worn, is nsmille found in the sm.lll
mei is the worm most common to children,
ret is 110 t eittirelY confined to them. nq adult
lave frequently hem] lino, ti to stiller with them.
nu. Rp m ..., .11,4 promineht while Ofeeted with
,eorm. ulr hordness awl ,it the hells
din t , .tood.. looseness 11 .. the hoick. hieking ut
he ie.., ~I,ll,eish ~ t re:ik melee the eye, Pm.--
Iry.ffi. aity of your children hoertiny ~r
alloy,.toben , ade. Worm Syrup rill!
ti 1.11,11.101 11111 m—by using it y. It I. a
rertt,in. sale. tool speedy mire; 11114 if Ain, wing
it ne....r.ling to the directions, the !intimt is not
restored to health; atti.l the worms thormiudtly
shohente,l from the -.'steal. ill 1111 rest 5t , •111 ,, i
there is no remedy het...! rife grave. it , tor
Men , is n 11.11.11 word us fail with those , Ito use
Inv worm Syrup.
Asearides.or Small Thread norm.
the 1.... .ystetti is
Kahle. ere the neist minhlesonie td . all others._
'nit, lire uvtierally to lie f ntn,l in the reetinnaittil
ir allowed In real tilt. frosts the itrirotitni tiler iirin
duce, lay the I;,r
saris itiflntuatinu of the lerels.
riuigenteuts id' the soon:tell. The hest And
niedn•iiie thnt edn he used is I I , hens:ick's
Syrup. Seen is the 31•11111isliing power of in,
ne divine., iiver .X•edrhles. that I defy any •itie to
pi...hive II l'aSe where my worm Syrup and liver
rills ore reetitinitended to be used they will not
All tlint is 11,1, 4 ary I, 111 WI, the Syrup
in neenrilinwe with ilireellitilS 1111 eat It hint IP: :1114
in 4,1.' 111111,ItiVe I , required itt order I.
allay the irritation thee prnolsee. tie Liver Pills
he their, yispitthisiveinetinti and healthy opera
tion 11111111 the Ininels. is the most itlewdlitt niedi •
vine that eau he taken.
llobeessack's 11.1ver Pills.
No part of the , y-trio is timre li.ihle to iligr.t.o
the Liter. it britig. •applitll with ritititerotH
tool of rve., tool 11 . .1 . 151,1 , 0,1, thr
Ilootl of ratir,e through All p t or Ow
Roily prodare , Litt, Complaints, .I.ttiti.liee.
Dyspep.iii, fir.. &r.
w. LiVer C ttttt
I s ime.led ith sisevee.led he fever. ae
erre ill the region 01 the Li, er, viogniting.
hit er ta• ,ellll,v furred tnie,sse, full ,nil
Innitlin,.. the insist its the illereasesl hr
iwes,nre. should the left 1.0. e hr alfected, the pain
is eenernlly its the left a sl.net. In
cough. the .kilt ..f.
.tad slay 'l'llis .li-ea-e van he
et re.' by the st•:e of 11.04.11 , 11e1:'sinto
th,y airo•tly 11111111 the -ear nt the .11,3-e. and
then operating nom tits they expul all the
taseessid find vitinted limner frets the nyAelii.
The synitatin., nt'l)yspepsin, and its vivit. ,
disease: are in the !wad. Learthurti, op
pres•ion after eating 1110,11 s, 'merl,. arising from
the ',unwell, &e., tied sweetillie , general lenglltir
id . the st hole Ins!, front tliiS it Will be Neel! that
the di•ease owes its origin to at disorganized
state of tint Liver and Nomad'. I lobensack's
Liver fills is the very ineilwitie to etleti a per
manent and ht-tin;; yore, as they net liy changing
the certain Morbid actions of the symein into a
healthy action, and rendering the blood pure and
Yon at 1 find these I'lll4 nu invaluable needi•
eine in malty couipinint. , to which you are snhject.
Itl ol,ituctmu , ..nt, total or mirtial, they mice
howl Mund otinc,omihin boleti! in re.toring oral
purif, log the 100011 and other Ilteols so els to cure
ill compl:eint, whirl] limy ari,e. Irmo etude
lotelarl.e. donne: , ti si tltt. 1.111111
the •ole, beet:. &e. Pill, me the only , •nre
/11111 eliert nal remedy tee core Cite Following rm.-
pkolos, Gout, N,ivourmess, Jlelnnrholr, Sick
fiend:why, tii.ldiues, It
Dreams, Itoooe, of Sight, or in tact :oey tel the
discuses that arise loon the of the I.irer,
impurity of tint lilotnti or l'um.tipatiuti of the
WE, the tiT;:lt.;:i;;;ll4.i.7l,l;,linving Inn
the receipt of their hrtitittitettire sitlimittvil to It:
fi,r that flit% itigruclawag of whirl
(hey tire emiwlseo, titaheh Omit the hest Pill it
use thr alt discuses uf the Liver, Impurities u
GEottos WOOD. M. I),
F. CROW LEV, M. D.
1.. BOWLN, Dl, D.
13-Pordieme rim* but th.,,c havitig the sign',
lure N. 110111ENS.1Cli,” ue ull ull
err are wardileas lantana.,
Agouti lrishiug uclr Supplies, and all other
wishing to laitiontuilaelli,, mast address the pro
pricier, .1. N. 11.0BENNACK, at his lathurithi
ry, No. 120 North Setiuud Street, abure Ititee
. . . .
if f ir Sold 1.. y all Druggirts and htereltants in the
United States. (Juno, 8, y,
Cabinet Maker an:l tniertaker,
rumps this hiforminl bin friends
it n. I the piddle generally. that he still
remains in in old :aand, on Main street, nearly
opg o sirg the Pre,lwteriati Churell, where he is
t o own nut Wfirk equal with any eastern
111,11111f.•t111,, or in short inferior to none. Per
tins wan; ii;g New Furniture, will do well to glee
him a call hellwe purchasing .I.ewhere. rts he is
determined to sell low 11,r O.ISII or Country
Produce. Ile also ri•speetially returns his thenks
to the public. !lir the liberal patronage heretotbre
reeeleed. and hopes by creel attention to (isi•
nets, to merit a einwitmetwe ill' the same.
Ile also intends to give his attention the Under
taking ho-loess. CI )11 , 11:IS made and funerals
attended, at the bortest notice and on reasonable
terms, either in town or country.
All work warranted. M. F.
Huntingdon, June I, '53.-Iv. •
HUNTINGDON 111ARDI,L YARD.
in . fii rtes h i it
frw , ails and the
- ~.. + : •''' r. " t i ll ' at g l e ie "cl ll l ;
' 0 :,..." -. - --fftio ....tabu:4 li eit ti
;.., „, = -,_..—'-'''. .iiiirlile. Var.],
, in the borough
s ' 0. : 1111,1,!,1,11 r t' . ii.,,,.,5in.,..0:
.„._,,,,,.,,,., • eked fro itt
-;,-,....,,,' —_, , :ii-7. -- ,- - - eliilaileiphia a
seierteil siiiiik iii elimee Marble grave-stones ' i f
every description. witch he will furnish at ve ry
MI 1.011.. rs roan nny part of the county or el.
cowith.c. to the ,ttloseriber,
win 1,, received 3111.1 prmnptly 'Mewled Ti,.
(0, 11111 street, twu iluurs west of Geo. A.
I'. Wil:on's (Mice.
Alay IS, 1853.-Iy.
Grocery anti , Confectionary Store.
LONG & DECKED,
pESPECTFULLY intiirm+ their trimbt and
the public in general. that they have opened
0 new GrOVerr and Cnufectinnary Store, toeler
the Sons or i'eniperance I 1011, ott Alain street.
Iluntingdan, when• they have now 101 !Med a te:l
and general iee.ollllellt of Groceries. Canreetion
aries. and Spices or all kinds, whieh they trill sell
whnle-:de and retail. They have also nn hand
IlnekeN, Salt, ('orbit Ilag, Taney Artieleg,
&r., &e., all nr whirl] they will sell cheap.—
Cnuntre prallnee taken in exchange fl.r goods—
the ea , it paid when we have no goods to suit cus
A , we are determined m accommodate all w•ho
may call at our Noire, w•e invite an examination
anii trial °four stuck. ,
LONG s DECKER.
Huntingdon, April 2;,'53..
The subseriher inflirms the public
that he now devotes hi. whille time and atten
thin to making and taquiiriug and will
promptly attend to all orders and calls tl.at lie
may he favoured with warrented till work to he
made of the best materials, and done in work
manlike matnier at reasonable prices. Address
Mill Creek P.O. Huntingdon county,
IVe the Subscribers Intent,: used at Isaac. \
r ermo's inake of Pumps and d•t not hesitate in
•acing. that tea lichee', them to he the bust pump
that is now in general use.
.1. Porter, Thos. Bend.
Charles Porter, .Ino. Armitage,
I). Shaw, William Dorris,
t'onra•l Hitcher, William Christy,
Jim. Whittaker, David It
Wm. Orbistin, 1). I.lleslurtrie,
May 18• •185 P.
James 11laslett reatieettblly iuf.rma hi
friends awl the traveling nithl.e gmcrally. that
he lta , t. kett -liar, the ••Key..totarl latch" at
Spruce ('reek, Ihintingd.m rannty. Pa., and is
well prepared to arroniar, aloe 1111 eke may favor
hint with their ria-tom. N.. pains will be spared
to trader thesliest
'l`lll.l np.lersiulte.l respeetfiilly informs his pnt
r..ps awl the irthlie vonerally. that he still
, •sp 111111.4 10 the iii .01.1. in the 11,10101 01
Cais,rille, Huntingdon county. to maputileture
not every thittu else eminemed with 11k business.
Rep Airing done 1111 flit' Shone, Tiorj, , ,..
Cilrrhige, R.501,1W.1% , , &p., ennoble?-
Iv kept nu hand. but others w ill he tiimie to order.
Wink dune elivinier than at nun other estab
lishment iti the State, and all warranted to the
ru..h. hut n•hen not runvenient, country pro.
duce, taken in exchange 1 . .. r
BLINDS & SHADES,
8. J. 11"11.1.1,1111S,
No• 12, Sixth Street
A FEW Dorm.; AlioVE Jl.sltliET ST.,
PffiL4D ELP UM.
'rho most Exten-ice nail 11,4 Nlimufiteturer in
the United State 4,
()ri;inalor of all -Veto Styles !
11, taken the higlie-t premiums at all the Extd
i,itmw; Imc. the tient materials cheap Mr eitsli,
whim, mien lim to sell SUPERIOIt
BLI.VDS k SIVIDES
As I.OIV as others sell inferior articles.
Painted and (Idt Shad, of beautiful IleSigns.
B411;11111 IVhitu Holland Shades, Trimmings,
Star,, Shades Painted and Lettered to order.
Old Minds Paintel tool 'rriono t al. Purcha
sers, please roll.
EtC7' IrE STUDY TO PLEASE...co
Sprit 27, 1853.-Iy.
T.N AND SHEET IRON
T()SEPII 11. TIIOMPSoN return. tltunk. fur
d the liberal mttrotinge lie Ims lieretorore recei%.
.1, awl lme , . by strict attention fp Int , ines4, to
merit n continuative or the :•notte. Tin and Sheet
Iron %Vare, nitrat < on bawl, of nll suns uml ni
zen, and made or the best iitterinl.
large and to barn wood ur eual, warranted
not m ma in the eye.
Please call, of the cheap corner, in dm diamond
tool see for yourselves.
Ilimtingtft '''''''''''' 1853.
The Climax now Completely Capped.
Charlcs S. Black
Items just returned from the East with the
cheapen itild tuna fashionable assortment of
Boots, Shoes, Gaifors.
oath Gentlenten's tool Ladies'. that ever was
brought to the borough td . Huntingdon. Ho is
linr past patronage, tool 'topes to do 11,1
Will in the futore. Ily selling very low awl en
tleavorim; to Oilier. The best Ladies' Slippers
can he had ihr Sa vents per pour—and all others
at prices earresi taalingly.
lon't target the sign ()Edits "Yellow Boot."
Al'S.—NliilcAin No. I and 2, of the latest
.ivi es . Hats Ilf ruriuua styli, awl
ill be low at the cheap mom of
GEO. G It'/.Y.
P/NS, Lar llntbs,and Finger
in chilli,. variei,,..t Ss
Tug assortmeet ut Boot, uud Situ;ti
ever ()tiered ill town, fiir side low .
4. W. 5.1.0'0.1.1.
FISil 5.4 LT,
(or sare at the store ul CEO. GWIN.
A N As:imam/41 . u' S . cnom. nooks
lur ale at the Cheap bunt of
L i A...0;E und ..t. no.
L I nets, Alisses' Flats and cliildrens' Hats and
Caps, selling at low prices at the store of
GEO. G IVIN.
J. E. GOVL
(Suctosor to A. FOIT.)
No. 104 Chestnut Street, Smart
Extensive :Marie Piii.lisher. mid Dealer in Mu
sical Invtrtunents of every description.
Isxclu•ive Agent for the Pali , of Haller, Davis
& Co'. (i)OstUtl) . 2.A.TENT SUSPENSION Baipos:
dEolian anti other
L. Gilhert's Mtnkir Pianos, Melodeon., Mgr
tin's Guitnrs, Harps, Violins, Sheet Musie, Music
itnAnlent,i in the enuntry will he 'applied by
mail or otherwise with any tensie they may wish,
at as low rates as it' purchased in person. !lav
ing one of the largest storks in the United States
I feel coati:lent of satisfying all who ninny fa
vor inc with it call or order.
Defilers in Nlusie supplie , l (fit the moat reußon-
Mau terms. l'ianus to let. Seetnitl-hatull Mum.
T. T. CROFT, Agent, 11arti6burg, Pu,
May 11, '53.-Iy.
Mitered wording to At of ("mime% In the yea,
1881, by 3. B. 1111.1011 TON. M. D., lo the elute.
012e4 of the Distriet Court tin the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania.
Another Scientific Wonder!
OREAT OURE FOR
DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S
4 1 / 4 , 1 „ 0: ,
Olt, GASTRIC JUICE.
l'repared trite IthoooT. m tour,
Or TUE ',I. after ihreetiollrl BARON LIR
MC. the great Play4ulogical Chemist, by J. S.
1101•011 TOO. M. n.. Philadelphia.
Tia! , sArt• fin's oWN ItliAtEliT tier tin itti . healthv
Stomach. No err 11.111 c
powers. It eontains nu ALCIMIIOL, HITTERS,
ACt.. Or NAI . SCOI'S 1,1111 . 05. It in extremely
ugreeithle to the b.ate, and may be wheat by the
most feehle patients Who eatitiut eat a 101 c er
cracker without nettle distress. Beware of
1./IttlOGW.l) IMITATIoNS. Pepsin is 111,1 A Mir°.
on the Agent and get a Descriptive Cir
cular. gratis, giving a Large :amount sCIENTIVIC
i;vlDENey, flown Lieing's Animal Cliemjstry;
Dr. Eoinhe's Physiology of Digestion; Dr. Perei
ra on Food stud Diet; Dr. John W. Draper. of
Now York University; Prol. 1 /town aan's Phy-i
-ology; Prof. Sillinhoi. of Yale College: 1/r. Car
penter's Physiology; &v.. together with reports of
CURLS trete all parts or the United States.
egrOlittEltel, TlllP!—Every 'milk of the gen
uine l'Eestst hears the written signature fir S.
ilunetrroN. dl IL. sole pr4victor, laalelplain
Pat. Copy-right 0114 Trade Alark secured.
ISrSold by all Druggists nu.l Dealers in Meal-
Price ONE DOLLAR per bottle.
A. W. BENEDICT,
informs his old friende end the public thnt be
rettglicil to hisold lainie. and ill errand to
ell bit , inese in Ilk pridession. entrusted to hint,
with ti lekity and his la, ability.
()hire in litin Street. south side, the lust house
liehiw the emurt
Huntingdon, May 13, 1882.-6 m.
W.ITCHES, CLOCKS, AND JEIVELRY.
The subscriber, thankful to his friends nod pa.
and to the Public gcnerall v, fin- their pa
tronage, still continues to earn. on tit the same
stand. tine Stun east it Mr. C. Coot's Hotel, Mar
ket street, Illintilivdon, wherein, will attend to
all who will favor Ilint with their custom. and al
so keeps on Muni a good assortment WATCII KS,
, Sr. , all at' which he is
determined to set' at lose prices.
Clock:, Watt.' at avid Jewelry of all kinds will
be rei aired at short moire, and having made ar.
rangeinenrs with a goml workman.all repairs will
be dune in a neat end durable manner, end every
person leaving articles for repairing shall taco
them dune at the precise time. Its paying 'strict
attention to business, turd selling at low rates, lie
hullos to receive u share of public patronage. •
Huntingdon, Sept. 7,1852.—1 y.
New Goods and New Prices.
coucii Imre just opened
inagnitieent ih , urtinent of rich nod ruru Store
at their new store room iu Portstown.
Their quek to entirely new. and anasi is of
URY GOODS, GROCERIES. ROOTS ASD
SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, GLASS,
HARD 14 QUEENSW A RE. READY
MA DE CLOI'itING. VARIE
TIES AND NO ['IONS, 1 1 / 4 g,
ill of which will he subl at the lowest rates fur
cash or exclutovell for country 'produce.
far The price given at all times fur
every description of merchant:Ode grain.
Thread Top Depot, Dee. ao, 1852.
Adams a Co.'s Express.
T. H. SIMONTON, Agent, Huntingdon.
Money, Pitekageft, and goods (4,01 kind:. re
ceived and forwarded nt the ri k of tile ettllll.lly,
to all the cities awl . orineipal town:. in the United
State May I ,
A superior iut of Rifles, for ttal l t : talt uvr.
+, the cheap curlier of i"'1 41 1 . Cle"Litr:=."
GINGDAMS—Domestic and Dress jim re ,
ceived ut D. I'. GWIN'S Cheap Store.
:‘large nssortnieur of Lawns and Deraze de
"mines, just received at the ehvap stare of
D. P. GAVIN.
WASTING POWDER and SAFETY
FUSE. cuw.t.tutly 'Ai hand Mid for Nile by
ply ti s us nultG Hums
1 1 . 71 E 1Ait i t s fiT e n c iu li r e;
LADIES DRESS GOODS ,
51a4. Delaites, li. Dehries, De Iterege, Lawns,
Ditighams, and a choice variety of litaals of ell
kinds, at the btom et UEO. UWIN.
GOKING Climes, just reeeived and for sale
14 by .1. } i• Ir. SAXTON.
T ,DIES Lagting anti I Silk work Gaiters, Kid
14 Stumm), and Gnat Bouts owl Shoes. at the
store of GEO. G WIN.
Tir ONNETS and huts of the latest styles. jest
received at 1). I'. GIVIN'S Store.
TCST RECEIVED and forsale Salt anti
Plasierby .1. 4 W. SAXTON.
CLOTHS ./LAD C.RSSMIERES,
1.1 tin and fancy, at very low at the store
Asupply or Garden Seeds trues Miele;'
Gardens, just rueeived, and fur side by
Fab. 23, ism. J. it. SAXTON.
A mind beautiful lot of Berage Ile !Aim I , a;T.
terns, out in the piece; t'ruio IEQI.I , 011 to 50
els. pOr yurd,judt received and 1, satle. I.y
J. 4. W. SAXTON.
he. tiro amortmint of Cross burred India
ill:4 received end fur sale I.y
J. & W • SAXTON.
PASSINETTS, Corduroy, Tweeds, K. leans,
*.-. 1 fur sale at the cheap canter uppo.dro C.
Couts' llutel• D. GWIN.
MOUNT UNION BOWL
ISAAC & WILLIAM 8176k13, the present Proprk
eturs of the above Hotel, at Mount Union, Hun
tingiiiin comity, respectfully inform their friends
nod the public generally, that they are prepared
to accommodate Oil who are disposed to favor
them with their enstom, and that nu pains will be
spared to render satisfaction.
The Hotel k convenient to the fail fond ate.
tioll, and the closest attention will be given to bag
gope, &c., in having it conveyed to and from tint
depot. [April 8, 1853.-ly
P.. 13ucc6 Num".
WILSON d, PETRIKIN,
ATTORNEYS ~7f LAW,
Practice the several Courts of Huntingdon,
Blair, Cambria, Centre, Minn and Juniata Coun
ties. March 23, 1853.
Ch AIR MANUFACTORY.
THE undersigned resat etftely infortus the pub
lie that he still continues to carry on the
above business at his old stand, on Mole Street,
nearly opposite the Presbyterian Church, where
he lota constantly on hand on extensive assort
ment of well.tunde work, which consist of a va
riety of Wimbow Choirs. Settees. dre. 'lke sub
scriber feels tu, hesitation in warranting all his
work, as it consi.ds ot' the hest of material, null
male in the beg workmanlike style; he flatters
himself to be able to turn out work tinsimpassed
by any East of the mountain. Ile returns his
thanks to the pair ie for the liberal patronage
horetolote rcceite I. and hopes. by strict attention
to budne,:s. to receive a vontinuance of the rallle,
Person: desircuct Of purchasing any thing in his
line. will .10 well to give him a call, us he is de
tenni seal to tell very low. to snit the times.
A h, c will he Liken, if itiniliesttion be mad*
to learn the Chair making built/me.
.1611" N SIiELS.
Huntingdon, April 13, '33.-1i
Would respectfully inform his friends and th•
ruhlic, that lie lias ou laind and is receiving fur
the coming season, a fine assortment of
d3' Nyy con znw 0
Consisting of wittellCS, Chili., Breast Pins, Fin
ger Vinyl, Ear Rings, Pencils, Keys, Thimbles,
Studs. Jledullions. tire. Together with his.eelebra
ted and unrivalled
Go f,D PEN,
Which is equal if n o t superior, to any now in use
Loch l'en is Engraved with his own name,
and every Pen Warranted.
Oh did you ever. no 1 never
Mercy tin ns what a treat;
Oct Head's (laid l'en, they're - extra tine,
And only found in North Third Street.
A splendid Pen !!' Where did you get it
Pure Diamond Pointed, can't he best;
Yes, my friends, there's no hionbughig
In Read's Gold l'ons of North Third Street
'Bond's Gobi Pen is found only at 55 North
Third Street, below Arch East Side..
1 Hada, bin. Jar. 8,1852.—V.
THOMAS JACKSON, THOMAS .F. FARNR;.I4
Blair county. L incaster county
Davin M'3ltorrniK, WILLIAM GI.RIM,
Huntingdon cr. Lancaster county,
JAMES GARDNER, RICH . I.. R. BRYAN,
Blair county. Lancaster county
Central Penn'a. Ranking House,
OF BRYAN, & Olfi ,on Alla.
gheuy street, It few (lours we..t of the C 0,%
Buns, and nearly opposite the Post Office, Ito'.
is now ready to transact Lodi
ness. Upon money deposited for a specific
period 01 three, six, nine or twelve months, in
terest will be paid at such rates as are usually
allowed by Savingr Institutions. T,ansient de
posites received, payable on demand.
H. R. BRYAN, eashiir
Hollidaysburg, :thy 21, tb•io.
11. K. NEFF, M. D.,
HAVING located himself in WAllmonsmAniz
in this comity, would respectfully offer his
professional services to the citizens of that place
and the country adjacent.
J. B. Lnden, M. D. Gen. A. P. Wilson,
M. A. Henderson, " Win. P. Orbison,
J. H. Dorsey, " Hon. James Gwinn,
M. Stewart, " John Scott, Esq.
Ilan. George Taylor.
• Minthogdon, Pa
Jacob M, Gemmill, M. D., Alexandria.
Juin' M'eullueli, l'elerstury.
Constantly on hand, and for sale the most
highly improved Durham Short Horn cattle
Chester Hogs, South Down, Culswald and
The subscriber now oilers for sale se. oral very
fine Durham Short forts Bull and }miler calves ;
two Chester Boars; alumt five months old, which
took the first premium fur pigs of that age at
the late State Agricultural Fair: also, sixteen
young thorough bred Pigs of the saint breed,
about three weeks old; also, eight thorough
Buck and Ewe Lamlm of his South DoWII flock.
The undersigned takes pleasure in stating that
for all the stock which lie exhibited, at the State
Agricultnral Fair, he received the highest pre•
missos bir South Down and Leicester sheep and
Any letter, directed to Engle Foundry P. 0.,
Iluntangdun Co., Penna.. will he attended to.
HUBERT HARE POWEL.
April, 7, 1852,
Notice to Tavern Keepers. •
OTICE is hereby given to the keepers of Inns
\ and Taverns within tie county of Hunting
don, that the Judges of the Court of Quarter Scs
slims of surd county, enjuiu upon the keepers ot
such Intis and Taverns that they close their res
pective lairs on the Sabbath, and refrain from
seiling ur dealing out liquors on that day ; and
the licenses of such persons as shall disregard this
injunction will be revoked forthwith agreeably to
the Act of Assembly in such case made and pro
vided upon the fact of such violation coming to
the knowledge of the Court.
BY tI a Court, 24th Jan. 1852.
'1 . 111:0. 11. C1t1,31h12, Clerk
Bray I. 1852.
CHOICE LIQUORS fur medicinal wpm.
Cu, eun+kting or
Best ipt.tlity FRENCIT BRANDY,
" CUNLIC BR.I
" " WILLA ND 61. V,
" " MADER/A WINE,
" HO .V 11'/VT,
" " SW EET WINE,
In short, all kind s Or Litpwrs nosi for'that
pose c,in bo ha I at the cheap store et
a‘orit 21, 183., • J. BRICKER.
Lots la Altoona for Sale.
LOTS FOR SALE IN A LTOONAsix miles
nortii of Hollitlaysharg,und about one mile north
wert of Allegheny Forimee, Blair enmity.
After the 21st day of May, the LOTS in said
Tows will be open to the public for s a l e .
It is well known that tn.. Pennsylvania R a il
Rood Company have selected this place for the
erection oh their main Mach:ne and other Shops
antlare now imildina the same.
The Rail Road willbe oic:1;i1 early in the Fall
throwing at once a large ifinotint or trade to this
place. The main inducement at this time in of.
feline Lots for sole, helm; to secure the requis
ite Machinists and Tradesmen, and homes for
the Maehini.te and other employees of Cie Rail
Road Company. -Early application will secure
Lots at a low price.
rot further information apply to C.ll. !tiA Y
ER, at Altoona, or to R. A. McMURTRIE,
Mar 1, 1942—tf.
A lootittlibl lot of Cast Iron Pumps, for Wells
11 and Cistermi,jubt received, and fur nalle by
Fu1,23, 1853. J. & W. SAXTON
In exchange fur tnerchantlize, 500 huehela
dried apples, NOrcd; 250 Intehole of Peachy., on ,
paired. A. HARRISON, & Co.
A N ti o n x a c r a e ll s o . at variety of Hue 1 . 1) , . u
pi tt4 l l s vr i lt .t t
Ur A limo lot of nasoLa at EDU. altimvs.