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Cense of the St. Louie Riots.
The St. Louis Inklliveneer gives the follow.
log rational and gratifying Recount of themes.
es and character of the late riot in that city. It
is a cause of sincere congratulation to learn
that respectable wen and respectable parties
are not justly chargeable with this outrage
The recent disturbances were mainly the
work of those rowdy boys, who infest all large
cities; and of the crowds of men who filled the
'teems, very few took any part in the fight,
whether as agents or abettors of this disturb
and,. The injury to property was confined al
together to drinking-houses, most of them re.
sods of the lowest character, and at no time
was dny ser-ous apprehension left that the hoes.
o of private citizens or the churches of any re.
ligious body would be attacked. The reports of
a design upon the College, St. Xavier's Church
and St. Patrick's, were wholly unfounded, no
disposition of the kind was at any time mani
fested by any portion of the mob; no suggestion
of the sort was heard from any of the comba
tants during any of the different street engage
ments, not even where the mob was assembled
in full force in the immediate neighborhood of
Catholic institutions was any such suggestions
made. We have turned to all the sources of in.
formation at our command in vain for any evi
dence of hostility on the part of the rioters to
Catholics or any other religious body as such.
The whole disturbance wears every mark of
baring been an aimless, meaningless andwhol.
lv unpremeditated series of attacks upon all
drinking-houses of a certain class, by a mob of
ruffians who had pursued their opponents into
na Irish doggery, and having gutted it, found
the sport so much to their mind that they de.
termined to finish the "few more of the same
sort" still left.—The riot has been a seriousone
in one of its aspects only. Ths loss of life has
been great; the injury 'done persons and prop
erty is considerable; but it must not be permit.
ted that the impression should go abroad that
St. Louis, too, has become the theatre of anti-
Catholic or Native mobs. It would be doing a
gross injustice to the Native party to charge
this disturbance in any way upon them. It was
a purely accidental outbreak; and, as we have
said before, no Native nor anti-Catholic feeling
lay at the hottest of it at all. Some of the Irish,
who seemed to think the Roman Catholic Deli
gion incarnate in them, were determined appa•
neatly. that the step from attacking Irish dog.
genies to burning the temples . of Catholic wor
ship was the most natural lathe world; but they I
were, we believe, alone in the opinion; and,had
it not been for their very noisy and injudicious
expression of these fears, the question of reit.
gam and the word Church need never have
been heard in connection with this mob.
The Denton (Md.) Journal gives an account
of one John Howard, an Englishman, who had
recently been flourishing in that vicinity for
Como tone past as a teacher of the male school
and preached in the M. E. church. It wasdis.
covered that ho was actually under matrimoni.
al engagement to at least two ladies. This ar
oused suspicions that something was wrong,
when inquiry was made, resulting moot unfit.
vorably to his fair pretension. His letters of
recommendation, of which be bad a good sup
ply, in some cases turned out to be palpable
forgeries, and finally, he was torced toleavethe
place. In reply to letters written to Richmond
Va., it appears he married in the town ofSouth
Groton, Mass., last year, under the name of
James Cooper; subsequently be went with his
wife to Richmond, Va., .d by the exhibition
of certificates of standing in the M. E. Confer
tact, under the nat. of J. W. Cooper, was
about to obtain charge of Clay street Chapel,
when his character was exposed by the sudden ap
pearance of his wife's uncle from the North. Ms
wife teen left him, and accompanied her uncle.
Letters have also been received exposing Coop.
Cr'! career whilst in England, of his marriage
there, and his wife's death by poison.
The Journal says :—The documents alluded
to above reached 113 on Wednesday last. By
that day's steamer, this reverend hypocrite
coda° from Baltimore again, and stopped atthe
bonne of a gentleman down the river about 7
milei hence. That same night, the Sheriff of
our county, armed with a proper writ, and a
posse contilalas, went down and arrested
and he is now safely lodged in our jail, in de
fault of bail forhis appearance at the next term
of our county court. He is without doubt, a
House on the Prairie Struck by Light
ning -%-Eleven Persons Prostra
On the '2oth ult., during an awful thunder
storm, the house of Mr. R. Anderson, who set•
tied on the prairies six miles southeast frum
Freeport, last spring, was struck by lightning,
hnri all the persons in the house, eleven in nnm•
ter, except one little boy, were struck down
and injured more or less, and the oldestdatigh.
.ter, Augusta, a lovely girl in her seventeenth
year, was instantly killed. The fluid struck her
head, burnt her hair, melted her hairpins, and
went round and round her down to her feet.—
Several of the children and Mrs. Anderson are
burnt and blistered on various parts, and one
little girl named Louisa, about eleven years of
age, is so badly burned as to render her recov
ery doubtful. Owing to presence of mind of
Mr. Cook, who is builiding for Mr. Anderson,
they were all carried out into the rain, and wa.
ter poured on them, which finally restored the
suspended animation of all but poor Augusta.
It was truly afflicting and appalling to see a
whole family struck down instantly, and all np•
parently corpses. The lightning entered the
ridge of the house, near the gable, tore off the
shingles, shivered several rafters, passed thro'
a chest of clothes which were scorched and sing.
cd, then seemed to scatter all thro' the room,
as its marks are to be seen in all directions...—
Mr. Alderson moved from Chateauque Co., N.
Y about a year ago.—Freeport Bulletin.
An Upset among the Odd Fellows.
Recently, iu consequence of the Lodge of
Odd Fellows called the "Polar Star," failing or
refusing to comply with some order issued by
the Grand Ledge of the Society, they were ex•
pelled from the Order. and their regalia seized
and, it is alleged, with both public and private
property.. bof being able to get any news of
the property, an application was made beforo
Justme Wood fora sesrch•warrant,.which was
granted and placed in the hands of officer De
Binder, of the Third District Police Court, who
went to the Odd Fellows' Hall, and leart from
Mr. Davis that the regalia and other missing
property Was inthesafe, and the keys in the pos.
semen of the Grand Master, who is absent in
Westchester county. The safe was not broken
open, upon the promise thatthepropertyshould
be delivered into the custody of the law, upon
the procurement of the key, A great excite
ment at present prevails in the Order in cense.
quence of the steps which have been taken
against the members of the !Polar Star."—N.
York Daily Times.
STIRIMEN INnteten ron PERJURY. --The
Grand Joy of Elivhethtown,liardin
httte tonna a true bill for perjury against four
of the Ward jurymen, and they ore held to bail
jn.sl,o,o_l),§oeh to appear at the nest circuit
'Court to l held at that place.
PNITADELTIIIA, Aug. 19.—There is very lit.
*texport demand for Flour, and the only sales
reported are small lots for home consumption
at58,371®8,75 per barrel for common and
good breads, $9 for ertra, and fancy at higher
figures. Rye Flour and Corn Neal are held
firmly, but apogee of the former have come
ondag oar notice-500 bbls. of the latter sold
at $094 "per 14)1.
. Oamii.—The demand in Wheat has slightly
increased. Sales of 9500 bus. prime red at $l,
63®1,60 per bu.; we quote white at $1,70@i1,.
60, as in quality. Ryiis'in demand at $1( . ..41,.
05. Corn is scarce at 80(81:11 cents.
Medical Students or Physicians, wishing a
well selected assortment of Medicines, with
Bottles, Jars, and all the necessary fixtures
belonging to a Physician's Shop, also a well
selected Zadical Library, may be had on very
ow terms. For further infornntion in' "ire at
Real Estate Ageney..
The undersigned'has established an agency
for the Sale and Purchase of Real Estate in
Any person wishing to sell or purchase can
give us a description of the property, its loca-
tion, quantity, quality, and terms.
We engage in this agency on such terms as
cannot be objected to.
_ _ _
- - -
The Agent has the facility of making the
property extensively known.
We now have some very desirable landwhich W
we offer on easy terms. M. BREWSTER.
The most extraordinary discovery in the World
is the Great Arabian Remedy for Man
IL G. FARRELL'S
CELEBRATED ARABIAN Lnsararr.
This celebrated medicine, skilfully composed
as it is of the most healing balsams and pone
truting oils, can never fail to cure almost every
affliction that could be alleviated by an exter
nal remedy. Its superiority over all other Lin
iments is proven b y the miraculous cures it
performs, and by the great and constantly in
creasing demand. There has been sold within
the past tear more than THREE miLutnsis
OF BOTTLES, and there can be but few per
sons found who do not bestow upon it the high.
est praise for the rare virtues it possesses. No,
thing, perhaps, since the creation of the world
has been so successful as an external remedy
for all nervous diseases, as this wonderful cu.
retire. When applied, it instantaneously diffu
ses itself through the whole system, soothing
the irritated nerves, allaying the most intense
pains, and creating a most delightful sensation.
Read the following remarkable cure, which can
be attested to by hundreds who were fully ac
quainted with the whole circumstance:
CHRONIC ENLARGEMENT OF THE TONSILS.
My daughter, when s;,:t mouths old, was ta
ken with a swelling in the tonsils, which grew
larger and larger, till when six years old she
had great difficulty in swallowing her food.—
Every night watch was kept, fearing she would
suffocate. The best doctors attended her but
could give no relief. I took her to the most
eminent doctors in the East; they said there
was no help for her but to outgrow it. With a
sad heart I returned home with her, when she
became so much worse that the doctors had to
he called in again; they decided that the ton.
ails must be cut off, as the only means of gie.
ing relief. My wife would not consent to this,
and she determined to try your Liniment, which
gave relief the very first application, and by a
continued use she entirely recovered. She is
now ten years old and fleshy and healthy as
could be desired. Your Liniment is also the
hest in use for sprains, bruises, cuts, burns,
headache, etc., and it will remove the most se
vere pain in a few minutes. It also cured ca.
bed udder in my cow in a few days.
Peoria, March 20th, 1849.
Look out for Countelfeilsl
The public are cautioned against another
counterfeit, which has lately made its appear.
ance, called IV. B. Farrell's Arabian Liniment,
the most dangerous of all the counterfeits, be
cause his having the name of Farrell, many
will buy it in good faith, without the knowledge
that a counterfeit exists, and they will perhaps
only discover their error when the spurious
mixture has wrought its evil effects.
The genuine article is manufrctured only by
H. G. Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor,
and wholesale druggist, No. 17 Main street,
Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies must be addressed. Be sure you get
it with the letters H. G. before FarrelPs, thus
—ll. G. FARRELL'S—and his signature on
the wrapper, all others are counterteits.
Sold 'Thos. Read & Son, finnanpion, R.
E. Sellers k Fleming Brothers wholesale, Pitts
burg, and by regularly authorized agents
throughout the United States.
A®' Price 25 and 50 cents, and $1 per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in every town, village
and hamlet in the United States, in which on•
is not already established. Address H. G. Far.
rell as above, accompanied with good reference
as to character, responsibility, &c.
Aug. 2,1854-4 t.
WANTED, three Teachers to take charge of
the Male Schools of Morris ton fl oor,—
Schools to commence on Monday, Septemher 4.
Good wages will he given to competent Teach
ers. By order of the Board,
DAVID TUSSEY, Prest.
August 23, 1854.-30
lETTERS Te s tamentary, on the Estate of
.4 WILLIAM WILSON, late of Tell township,
Huntingdon comity, dec'd., having been granted
to the undersigned, all persons Indebted will
make immediate payment, and those having
claims will present them properly authenticated
GEORGE WILSON, Executor.
August 23, 1854.-6 t.•
To the Overseers of the Poor of the several
Townships and Boroughs of the County of
You are hereby requested and required to
make a correct report of the number of Paupers
in your respective Townships and Boroughs. to
the Directors of the Poor of the county, hefore
the tat day of September next. Report by let
ter, post paid, to James Saxton, Huntingdon, Pa.
JOHN BREWSTER, Trustees.
August 23, 1854,2 w.
Take Notice, lest you lose a Bargain.
A S the subscriber is desirous of going West, be
Il_ offers at private sale the farm on which he
now resides, situated in Springfield township,
Huntingdon county, containing about One
Hundred and Ten Acres, 80 Acres of
which aro cleared, and the residue good timber
land. The improvements area two story weath
er-boarded and plastered dwelling house, 40 by
24 feet, a log barn, spring -house, wash-house,
blacksmith shop, and other buildings. There is
a variety of excellent fruit trees on the premises.
This property is a desirable one, having facili
ties seldom met with. There is a superior wat
er-power, strong enough for any kind of machi
nery. It is presumed the Greencastle Railroad
will pats near this property, which will greatly
enhance its value.
Any person wishing a good and cheap farm
will do well by giving this one their immediate
attention. An indisputable title wilt ho given.
HENRY C. C REDIER.
August 23, 1854.-3 t.
GOLD CIIAINS—A fine variety for sale, ve
ry low, at ELM. SNARL'S.
On Friday the 11th inst., in Altoona, Miss
MATILDA BIIiCHNELL, in the 19th year of her
age, after a short illness of two weeks.
Miss B. was formerly a student of Cassville
Seminary, and from our intimate association
with her, we feel free to speak of her many nit.
toes. She embraced religion when veryyoung,
and attached herself to the Meth. E. Church.—
Though modest and self-distrustful in her profes,
sion of religion, her dying testimony affords
abundant satisfaction that her piety was genu
ine. Her amiable and christian-like deport.
ment secured to her the confidence and esteem
of all her friends. As a student, she was pope•
lar and beloved; as a friend, zealous and true;
as a daughter, dutiful and affectionate.
Her last sufferings, we are informed, were
borne with patience, while she expressed a con
fidence in Goo, her saviour. Although we are
thus called to mourn the early death of our be
loved friend, yet we sincerely trust that our loss
is her infinite gain. For surely:
"Her quiet immovable breast
Will be heaved by affliction no more."
Cassvilla Seminary, Aug. 18, 1834.
At Mill Creek, on the 9th inst., ALFRED
GREEN, son of Gen. John C. and Caroline G.
Watson, aged 2 yearn and 3 months.
At the residence of John W. Allison, Esq.,
in Afenno twp., 3Efflin Co., Col. E. V. EvEa•
Lon !etc of Philvdephin, nged
Mechanics, Inventors and Manufacturers.
$570. IN CASH PRIZES. $570.
TOMUME TEN Or THE "SCIENTIFIC AMER
ICAN" commences on the 16th of September.
It is chiefly devoted to the advancement of the
interests of Mechanics, Inventors, Manufacturers
and Farmers, and is edited by men practically
skilled in the arts and sciences. Probably no
other journal of the same character is so exten
sively circulated, or so generally e.teemed for its
practical ability. Nearly all the Valuable Pat
ents which issue weekly from the PATENT Omce
are illustrated with Engravings, anal the claims of
all the Patents are published regularly in its
columns as they are issued, thus making it a per
fect SCIENTIFIC AND MECHANICAL ENCYCLO
PEDIA of information upon the subjects of Me
chanical Improvements, Chemistry. Engineering
and the Sciences generally. It is published week
ly in quarto form suitable for binding, anal each
volume contains Fora HUNDRED AND SIXTEEN
PACES of Reading Matter, SEVERAL HUNDRED
Etionavistos, with a full and complete Index.—
Its circulation on the last Volume exceeded 23,-
000 copies per week, and the practical receipts in
one volume are worth to any family much more
than the subscription price.
The following CASH PowEs are offered by the
Publishers for the fourteen largest lists of sub
scribers sent in by the Ist of January, 1855 :
$lOO will be given for the largest list; $75. for
the 2nd; $65 Inc the 3rd; $55 for the 4th; $5O for
the sth; $45 for the 6th; $4O for the 7th; $35 for
the Bth; $3O for the 9th; $25 for the 10th; $2O
for the 1 1 th; $l5 for the 12th; $lO for the 13th;
and $5 for the 14th. The cash will ho paid to
the order of the successful competitor immediate
ly after the Ist of January, 1855.
TERMS :—Ono copy, one year, $2; ono copy,
six months, $1; five copies, six months, $4; ten
copies, six months, $8; ten copies, twelve months,
$l5; fifteen copies, twelve months. $22, twenty
copies, twelve months; $2B in advance.
No number of subscriptions above twenty can
be taken at less than $1,40 each. Names can
he sent in at different times and from diflerent
Southern anti Western money taken for sub.
Letters should be directed, post-paid, to Maxi
& Co., 128 Fulton-Street, N. Y.
Messrs. Musx & Co. are extensively engaged
in procuring patents for new inventions, and will
advise inventors, without charge, in regard to the
novelty of their improvements.
August 23, 1854.-3 t.
THERE will be a Musical Convention held in
Huntingdon, commencing on the Ist Tues
day of Septen,ber, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon,
and continuing until Friday evening. There will
be Sessions each day and night, at which instruc
tions wilt he given, by competent persons, in the
principles and practice of sncred music, assisted
by a number of instrumental performers. Those
exercises will he preparatory to a Grand Con
cert, to take place at the close on Friday even
ing. A considerable expense will be insured in
bringing gentlemen and holies from abroad, who
are expected to take a leading part in the exor
cises; and in procuring books, it will be necessa
ry to charge for admission to the Convention,
(the price will be specified in the course of the
next week,) a ticket to which will admit also to
the Concert—seperate tickets to which will also
he issued, nt not more than 25 cents. It is ho
ped that the friends of improvement in this de
lightful Science, and the public generally, will
give this matter their approval. Similar Con
ventions, held elsewhere, have proved highly en
tertaining. Gentlemen and ladies from the
neighboring counties, wall consider themselves
hereby cordially invited to attend.
J. L. LOWER, WM. DORRIS, Jr., JOHN
KERR. DAVID SNARE, Huntingdon; R. L.
PATTERSON, McVaytown; JOHN SHOE
August 23, 1854.
CIAME to the residence of the
ki subscriber, residing in Porter Iv awe ol
township, Huntingdon county, ,
about the 15th July, a three year
old STEER, red and white, with a Bell on. The
owner is requested to come forwanii prove pro
perty. pay charges, and take him away, other
wise he will be disposerinficcorg
August 23, 1854.—M.
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing be
tween John Fitzgerald and John Garner„jr.,
(trading under the tire, of Fitzgerald& Garner,)
is, by mutual consent, this doy dissolved.
The hooks. notes and accounts of the firm are
left in the possession of John Garner, jr., (et his
store in Marklesburg,) who is authorized to set
tle the same. JOHN FITRGERALD.
JOHN GARNER, Jr.
Marklesburg, Aug. 12, 1854.-3 t.•
T ETTERS testamentary have this day been
IA granted to the undersigned. residing in Bar
ree township, upon the last will and testament of
JONAS Bony. Into of Berroe township, dec'd.—
Those indebted will please make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims will present them,
ELIZABETH RUDY, ), E xecutors.
MARTIN RUDY, S
August 9,1654.-6 t.•
Of the State of Pennsylvania,
Penn Square, Philadelphia.
THIS College, organized on the plan of the
-I- Industrial Colleges of Continental Europe,
is designed to allbrd a thorough professional edu
cation to Students intended fur
ENGINEERING, MINIYG, AGRICUL.
AND 'THE MECHANICAL
AND CHEMICAL ARTS
The next Semi-annual Sesaion will commence
on Monday, September 11, 1854.
Mathematics and Civil Engineering. Prof. Sa
lim H. Peabody.
Metallurgy and Industrial, Analytical and .4g•
ricultural Chemistry, Prof. Alfred L. Kennedy,
Mining, Engineering, Geology and Mineralo
gy. Prof. W. H. B. Thomas, A. M.
Mechanical Philosophy and the principles of
Machinery, Professors Peabody and Kennedy.
Terms for each Department per Session, $15.00.
Mechanical, Architectural, and Topographical
Drawing, Prof. John Kern. $lO,OO.
French and Spanish, Prof. V. De Amarilli.
German. Prof. B. H. Entrap.
The Analytical Laboratot y for practical Chem
istry is open daily.
An Academical depnrtment under the charge
of J. 13. Boucher, A. M., is provided, into which
younger and less proficient students may enter
and he rapidly prepared for the College Courses.
Additional information as to terms, Courses of
study, Boarding, &c., may he obtained by address
ing Dr. Allied L. Kennedy, Polytechnic College,
Philadelphia. MATTHEW NEWKIRK,
President of Board of Trustees.
JOHN McINTYRE, Sec'y.
August 9,1854.-3 t.
Land For Sale.
The undersigned desirous of removing to the
West otters for sale his lands, consisting of 265
acres of improved land; the improvements con
sist of a good Stone House, a double Log Barn,
Carpenter Shop, and Blacksmith Shop; a great
variety of fruit on one end of the tarns, and on
the other end a two Story Log House, and good
frame barn, and some young fruit tress planted.
There are ahout 160 or 170 acres cleared, and in
a good state of cultivation, the remainder is well
timbered, and within 1 mile of a good saw-mill;
there are several never failing springs of water
on the premises. This property is so situated
as to divide into two farms if desired. The pro
perty is situate about 3 1 1. miles east of this bore'
August 28. 1854. JOHN PORTER.
1 Fish for Sale.
15 Barrels Susquehanna Shad,
10 Half hhl. ~ ~
just received and fur sale at the store of
TINT receiving, this week, Mackerel, Herring,
&c., and tin. bale by J. & Mr. SAXTON.
A beautiful lot of Cast I ron Pumps, for Wells
z 3l . and Cisterns,Just reeetved, and liar sale by
Feb. 29, 1853. J. & W. SAXTON
TUST received a beautiful assortment of Scut
0 ip id and Plain Velvet Ribbons ' by
J. W. f,AXTON.
The Celebrated Prize Car ter
and Ague, by
• B. P. MAST
Tis Remedy is purely vegetal, 't any
portion of foreign, deleterious anal
ingredient whatever in its composit con-
tents of a single Bottle is safficien the
most obstinate ease in a single day
It strengthens the stomach, i s the
frame, and restores the system sally
healthy state—in fact, it entirely 1 that
languor and prostration of strengthlways
attends this disease, and is confliieont
mended to 01 who have tried, in vat pre
Money making is the order of 0101 it
is with this object that medicines :pared
for the cure of diseases to which d are
subject. It is the same with the bakrutch- '
er, the manufacturer, ineelionic, &I it is
well that there is this stimulus tit the
thoughtful and skilful to devise an re in :
convenient form, suitable remediesnfilic-
ted. An individual, under a distreld tor- :
turing fit of Chills and Fever, is noi i right
condition to study out the means 0 nd it
is more sensible and natural that h look
to others, than to depend upon his o rated
energies for the antidote. For at state
and valuable remedy, therefore, it i ob
ject, because it is another's interest se of
it. To the invalid the important teflon
is simply this, "Will I be benefited - pur
chest of the article offered?"
The invalid should inquire into t ony
presented to establish its valise; t any
should be carefully investigated, and nch
credit given to it, and no more, tha ryes.
If of a personal character, we shoal the
respectability of the witnesses, and t rtn
nity which they have hail for an oh n of
the facts, and the probable impartial con
sequent truthfulness, of their state, CO,-
rohorating statements of a number o table
witnesses to the truth of any fact, truant
to irresistible evidence.
We might enter into a detailed ack the
study and labor incident to its preg—of
the scientific principles upon which iled—
of the necessity which exists, in the attire
of the compound, for effecting immrenres
in almost every instance—and of thicter
and respectability of the witnesses w# tes
tified to the astonishing cures which unra 7
richly performed. We might mt) f l i er
cases, and rite the testimony of nth in
deed weary our reader with repetitio sea.
This we deem unnecessary, and sin fore
confine ourselves to a selection of a hose
whose characters and standing in the shy
are well kficwn, and whose position hem
the opportunity of testing the value rise
The gentlemen 'whose Certificates
are well known to the citizens of La
York Counties, in Pennsylvania, he
portions of that State; also to the citi
reload who reside in the neighbor
Susquehanna and 'tide-water Canal.
gentlemen named JAMES McCosmn
presented York County in the Sena
sylvnnia for molly years. These gen
all Contractors on the Susquehann
:ado. Canals, which terminate at
Grace, at the mouth of the Chosape
The officers of the Companies were
acquainted with the Contractors; and •
he any doubt, application may he to
fur the truth of the representation ma
to the characters of those whose ce
TO THE PUBLIC :
The undersigned, believing that Inefit
will result to the public from a know f the
efficacy of the PRIZE Core for FEW: OCE,
do most cheerfully certify that we hadivid
ually, witnessed it,, successfill operaltt the
number of cases annexed to our respemes,
and that. in no instance within our edge,
has it failed to cure in a sin 91c day, li se of
the contents of a single bottle. Datediaster,
Septemper 4, 1838. Signed—
R. MULLISON, See. 1 and 2S. (cases.
J. WILLIAMS, " 10 " 11 '. "
H. FITZPATRICK, 20 ki It
J. FISHER, " 28 ‘; ~
I. COOPER, Lock Nu. l and 2,
M. PHELAN " 6 i: i,
B. O'CONNOR, Sec. 23 T. W. C.
B. WGRANN, " 29 and 30 "
In corroboration of the certificates eigh
ly respectable Contractors above nowt°so
humane feelings prompted them to giva . ititv
to the facts therein stated, the followitfilfi%
cate from Major James 'McConkey, at tme
a member of the Senate of the Comm.lth
of Pennsylvania, will he read with inter' all
who are afflicted with Fever and Ague
"PEACII BOTTOM, YOrk CO., Pa. N 0,129.
Having witnessed TWENTY-TWO CII,M.RIVer
and Ague cured by the celebrated PR IZ RR,
I make this known for the benefit and al of
alt those distressed with that troubtemtgaso
—Fever and Ague. JAS. 3VCON:"
Prize Cure for Fever and
Directions for using.—Take three tablans
ful (one-third of the contents of the host the
morning, one-third at noon, and the be in
the evening, before meals, on the patimell
day, or when the chills and fever havoided
—previously taking a dote of purgativecine
to cleanse the bowels. The bottle hwell
shaken. cir Children to take it in er do
ses. proportioned to age.
0" Persons wishing to become Ager the
celebrated Prize Core for Fever and : will
learn the prices and terms (for east onl:per
tonal application, or by letter (post pan B.
P. 111ASTIN, 125 Henry Street, IS'ork,
where it may be ta d , wholesale and reed.;
$1 per single bottle; $8 per dozen; s24:ross.
Also fo; sale. irhot r esale, by . SCIELIN,
BROTHERS & Co., DruggistA, 170 Willtreet,
corner of Reekman, New-York, and othro'-
out the Union. Ang. 9, Isy.
A" person haring a small piece ad for
sale, within ten miles of this piney six
or eight acres, can find a purchaser will pay
TUE CASII DOWN, by calling at my latenny,
at the office of the Huntingdon Juurna
July 26, 1854. .
HOOVER 'Still at Hisist !
THE undersigned , now engaged in ne up
Armitage's Electro Magnetic teeing
Rods in this and adjoining counties, 11 res
pectfully call the attention of the intelt pub
lic to the great superiority of this at
season like this, when accidents to pity and
life almost daily occur, it is the dictataiman
ity, as well as interest, to make use as hest
means of security in our power, for gh the
Lightning he in the hands of Him wiles the
storm, His protection and blessing always
connected with our own efforts.
July 26, 1854.-tf:
Chesnut Street, between 3dl Rh,
P • zikaimiror.
LIVER H. P. PARKER, 0" o, and
,TAMES H. LAIRD, or this t having
leased the above well known and por house,
torn term of years, are now prepnr, accent
modiste guests in a manner equal ty house
in the city.
The loCation of this house is stir to any
other, being in immediate proximitousitteset
also, to most of the Banks. Public,tes. Post
Office and the Exchange, where omise%start
for all parts of the city.
Tho house having been pot in thch repair,
and new furniture added, with matedern im
provements, will add much to tiomfort of
guests. The tables will at all time supplied
with the beet the market affords' nothing
shall be wanting, on our part. Make the
FRANKLIN truly the Travelers' Ho
Your patronage is most respect! solicited.
July 19. 1954.-3 m.
American Artists , Rion.
THE Subscribers to the Work: t o Artists'
Union are respectfully inf .1 that from
the unprecedented favor which wore recei,
ell, the Secretary feels confident ;Ming that
the who's number of Engmvingo,ooo) will
he disposed of within a few month which due
notice, through the press, will be p.
AGENTS aro requested to foClubs and
send in their Subscribers without y.
J. W, ROLBROOKE, retery.
s SOS 13readivow Tort.
July 19, 1854.-3 m.
rIGARS, CANDIES, &c., dce.plcsale and
• retell, at the cheap atnro of
To the Creditors upon tlie Main. Line
of Public Improvements!
THE Creditors upon the Main Line of the
Public Improvements are hereby notified,
that pursuant to an act, entitled "An Act to pro
vide for the Ordinary Expenses of Government,
the repairs of the Public Canals and Railroads,
and other general and special appropriations,"
approved the 9th day of May, 1854, the Commis
sioners appointed to exatnine all claims for MO.
five Power and Repairs, bearing date
prior to the !stile) , of December. 1653, will meet
at the Milowitig places and periods, tiir the fulfil
ment of the duties assignee them, vie t
Hollidaysburg, on Mondny, July to.
Summit, c. Thursday, " 13.
Johnstown, " Monday, " 17.
Blairsville, " Monday, " 24.
Pittsburg, " Thursday, " 27.
Huntingdon, " Thursday, Aug. 3.
Lewistown, " Monday, " 7.
Millerstown, " Thursday, " 10.
Harrisburg, " Monday, " 14.
Columbia, " Thursday, " 17.
Parksburg, " Monday, " 21.
Philadelphia, " Thursday, " 24.
THOMAS A. MAGUIRE, Secretary
July 12, 1854.-7 t.
BELL, GARRETTSON & CO.,
On Xorth•west Corner of Hill and ilonlyome
ry Streets, in the Borough of Huntingdon,
A T which a general Banking business is cen
tA. template(' to he done.
Draft. on Philadelphia, Pittsburg, &c., &c.,
always for sale. Collections made at the princi
pal points in the United States.
Money received on deposit, payable on demand,
without interest; also for 3,6, and 12 months,
payable with reasonable rates of interest thereon.
Members of Firm:
R. B. JOHNSTON,
WM. M. Lloyd.
J. M. BELL,
WM. DORM, JR.,
A. P. WILSON,
J. GEo. MILES,
Wx. P. OREISON,
JAMES Gwtx, G.. W. GAIIittiTTSON,
Huntingdon, Pu., July 12, 1854.-3 m.
rFITTERS Testamentary on the Estate of NA..
THAN GREENLAND, late of Cass township,
Huntingdon county, deed., having been granted
to the undersigned, all persons indebted will make
Immediate payment, and those having claims will
present them properly authenticated for settle
MUSES GREENLAND, Clay twp., Hunt. co.
ANDREW SHA W, Taylor twp., Fulton co.,
Farm and Saw-Mill for Sale.
He subscribe, otters for sale his Farm and
Saw-Mill, situate in Barree township, of
this county, at the junction of Stone Creek and
East Branch,containing Two Hundred cud Thir
ty Acres, of which SO Acres is cleared and in a
good state of cultivation; the balance is covered
with Pine and Oak timber, and all tiguhle. •
July 5, 1854. JAMES HEMPHILL.
Town Property for Sale.
THE subscriber offers some valuable property
for sale in the Borough of Alexandria. con
sisting of Two Houses and Lots. The houses
are large and comfortable, with every regaisite
outbuilding. One of the houses has been occu
pied as a store, at• On the lot are a great vari
ety of fruit trees. Possession could be obtained
in the bill, if desired.
July 5, 1054. SAMUEL SPYKEIL
Sale of Land.
THE subscriber Wens for sale his farm, lying
within three miles of Shirleysburg, Hunt-
inolon county, Pa., containing about 143 acres,
80 of which is cleared and under good fence, a
considerable part post and rail. On the premises
are a two story dwelling house, large and con
venient, and a large frame sank barn, both en•
tirely new. The above property being within
t h ree m ile., of shirleyaliurg, renders it convenient
fur those who may wish to send their sons and
daughters to the excellent Schools established in
that borough. Those wishing a good and con
venient 'holt& ens ho accommodated, and tipon
easy terms. B. E. COLLINS.
July 5. 1854.
BLANKS,.AIwHys buy your Blanks at the
"Journal Office." We have now prepared is re
ry superiorartiele of BLANK DEEDS, BONDS,
JUDGMENT NOTES, SUMMONS', EXECU
LETTERS testamentary on the Estate of
WILLIAM 1 - 10U9/:11OL0E1, WO of Porter
township, Huntingdon county, deed., having
been granted to the undersigned, all persons in
debted will make immediate payment, and those
having claims will present them properly authen
ticated for settlement.
MOSES HA ME R
July 5,'54.—8t. Executors.
ETTERS of Administration having been
b granted to the undersigned on the Estate of
JOHN STEVER, late of Cass township,Hunting
don county, dee'd., ell persons indebted will make
immediate payment, and those having claims
will present them properly authenticated for set
tlement. RARAII STEVER, A
DAVID STEVER, S mr
5,1654.-6 t .•
NEW STAGE LINE.
TilE subscriber would respectfully inform the
traveling public that he is now running a line
of Hacks from Mt. Union to Orbisonia, as follows:
From Orldsonia to Mt. Union and back again,
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Passengers wishing to go to Shade Gap, or any
other place, will be taken on without delay.
His Hacks are good and 'comfortable, and
he is determined to have none but good and
steady drivers; in a word, his desk° is to carry
passengers in comfort and safety.
JAMES S. BURK ET.
Orhisonia, June 28, 1854.—tv.
To Brick Makers.
PROPOSALS for making 500,000 Brick. at tho
Warm Springs near Huntingdon, will be re
ceived up till the 16th July inst. Those propo
sing to state whether with machine or by hand,
and how much per thousand, Contractor to furnish
wood, and how much it wood furnished, and to
what rate if wood leave provided.
Work to he commenced immediately.
Address A. P. WILSON. Huntingdon. Pe.
Land for Sale.
ATRACT OF LAND situate in Germany
Valley, near Shirleyaburg, Huntingdon Co,
containing about 123 Acres, the greater part
of which to limestone, in a good oboe of Cultiva
tion, bounded by lands of George Swine and An
drew Spanegle. JOHN LOTTS.
June 21, 1854.
LOOK OUT FOR THE LOCOMOTIVE:
AS the shrill whistle of the Locomotive will
noon be heard from Broad Top, giving a new
impulse to all kinds of business, the undersigned
has determined not to be excelled by any steam
horse in the country. He therefore offers to the
public the most elegant stock of
Spring and Summer Clothing
ever opened in the county, embracing the most
fashionable Dress, Frock, and Sack Coats, Pants
and Vests, Shirts, Collars,Stocks, Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, Fee., fee. Also, Silk and Summer Hats
—allot which he is determined to sett CUE-tralt
than the cheapest.
He has on hand a fashionable assortment of
Cloths, Cussimeres, eke., which he will make to
order, In a superior manner.
lon, June I. 1854.
FIVE greatest vuriely of Dress 'Trimming.,
1 Fans, Cravats. Zedir, Tyde Yarn, Dress
Buttons, Lathes Collars, Chenusetts, Fancy
Mkt's., Under Sleeves, Kid and Lyle Thread
Gloves, and Hosiery of every variety, just recei
ved and for sale by J. Sc W. BAXTON.
SUPERIOR article of Cider Viuultar for
il. sale at the more of GEO. GWIN.
LIILVER and Plated Spoons, Gold, Silver and
13 Plar' Spr-,1et.,, elt7
WAR IN THE OLD WORLDII
The Russian* Defeated!!!
CUNNINGHAM A. HEWITT,
HAVING returned from the City with a large
and splendid assortment of Goods, respect
fully inform their friends and the public at large,
that they have located themselves at Mill Creek,
and having purchased their Goods for Cash, they
are sow prepared to sell them es cheap, if not
cheaper, than any store in the county. Their
Stock consists of a large assortment of
Dry Goods, Hardware, Queensware,
Groceries, roots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
and in short,everything usually kept in a 7.onntry
store. Persons wishing to purchase will find it
to their interests to give them a call berme pur
chasing elsewhere, as they arc deternined that
their motto shall 1:o Quick Sales and Small Prof
N. B. All kinds of produce taken in exchange
Mill Creek, May 31, IBM.
A Strong Test of Two of
lIIEVANS & WATSON'S
ATE LIGHT STREET FlRE.—Masens.
.11_4 E. 8; T. FAIRBANKS & Co.—Gentlemen
We take much pleasure in recommending your
Salamander Safes to merchants and others w•ho
may desire to purchase with u view to the pre , er-
cation of their books and other valuables. The
Sole we purchased of you in July last, and man
ufactured by Evans & Watson, of Philadelphia,
remained in the fire, at the burning of our atom,
until the entire stock was consumed.
The heat was intense, as you may suppose, as
there was about seventy barrels of liquor in the
store, on the next floor over the safe, besides
some seventy thousand pounds of rags, rope, and
other combustible matter. We had the safe
opened after the fire had ceased, and found our
books and papers PERFECTLY PRESERVED.
Please get us op another of your Safes, of tha
same size, for our future use, soon as possible,
and oblige, B. & W. W. Isaacas,
No. 116 Light Street Wharf.
Baltimore May 17, 1834.
Messrs. E. & T. Fairbanks & Co.—Gentlemen:
It gives me murk pleasure to bear testimony to
the excellency of your Salamander Safes. The
ono I purchased of you in July last, manufactured
by Evans & Watson, of Philadelphia, saved my
books and valuable papers, when wary thing else
in the store was dc4troyed by fire, on the morn
ing of the 13th fast., at No. 116 Light street
wharf. B. F. WILLI.
Baltimore, May 16th, 1854.
• The shove mentioned Sales can he seen nt E.
& T. Fairbanks & Co.'s warehouse, 111 West
Pratt street, near Light street wharf.
G. C. Envixo, Agent.
S'ALAMANDER &WES :
EVA NS f j WATSON,
Nu. 26 South FOURTH Street, Philadelphia,
(late No. 83 Dock street,)
Hare now• on hand a large assortment of their
PATENT SALAMANDER FIRE AND
Bank Vaults and Iron Doors for
Patent Slam Lined Refrigerators, Wiver niters,
Seal and Letter Copying Presses, Fairbank's
Platform and Counter Scales.
e i r Sole Agency for Butterworth's, Beaky's,
Yates' and Jones' Patent Powder-proof Bank
Locks. Please give us a call. [inv3l,-2m.
embracing every variety usually kept
in a Philadelphia Book Store, for ode a holesale
and retail very low for cash.
Orders from all parte of the eountry solicited,
and will be promptly and faithfully attended to.
School Books and S tationary of every kind will
be kept constantly on hand at the lowest rates.
Harper's Magazine and Godey's Lady's Book,
can he had every month as soon as out.
Store opposite Whittaker's Hotel, Railroad
St., Huntingdon, Pa.
1000 Pieces Wall Paper, till of which was
purchased this Spring, of the latest end most
fashionahle styles to be found in Philadelphia,
for sale vetr low, from 12.3. cts. it pica., and up
wasds. xt,colOit lilkeop Rook Store,
opposite Whittaker s Hotel, Hentingden.
.April 26, 165 i.
THE LATEST ARRIVAL
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
J. & W. SAXTON,
AVE just received from Philadelphit the
largest and host nssortment of Spring and
Summer Goods ever offered, and at loner prices
than con he purchased at any other house. They
are determined to sell lower than can he purchased
anywhere castor the Allegheny, and no mistake.
Tryon wish to be satisfied of the faet,entland see.
such. Cloths, Cassimers, Satinetts, Tweeds,
Childrens' ware, Cottoned., wosted.
The handsomest assortment of Ladies Dress
Goods ever offered. Also, Trimming of every
varlets., the belt assortment ever offered.
1000 webs assorted Prints, and every other
article usually kept in a country store.
of which we always keep the largest and best as•
sortment ever kept in this place.
a magnificent assortment, which we are selling
are alittle up. hut we are determined to sell as
low if not lower, than any other house,aecording
Cedar and Willow Ware.
such as Baskets, Tubs, Buckets, Krout Stands,
Carpets and 011 Cloths.
heantiful assortment, which will be sold low,
call and see and he satisfied of the foot.
Hats and Caps.
.f the very latest and best styles, also
Hoots and *hoes,
the host and cheapest in town, if you don't be.
lie. it, CALL AN!) OM, . .
We are also purchasing and storing Grain,
and it is admitted on all hands that we have the
most convenient place fur unloading grain in or
about town, April 12, 1854.
CALL BEFORE lOU PURCHASE.
EORG E (WI.,
HAS just received, and opening, at his well
known Store in Market Square, the largest
and prettiest assortment of
Spring and Summer Goode
over offered to the people of Huntingdon and
vicinity, and is now rapidly selling at unusually
My stock comprises in part, Cloths, Cassimers,
black and fancy. Satinetts a large variety of
Satin and Silk Vesting% Kentucky and Penna.
Jeans, Tweeds, Tickings, brown and blenched
Marlins, Drills, Crash Bags and Bagging, Table
Ladies Dress and Fancy Goods,
Prints in abundance, Mous. de Lanes, De Berege,
Alpacas, Lastres, [duck and fancy, colored
Silks, Cashmeres, Bonnet and Florence Silk
Edging BiMons, fancy Gimp, hi, , ,st ..1k
colored Kid Gloves, Gents black Linaa and
Silk Handkerchiefs, Italian Cravats, Hosiery, ice .
Soots and Shoes.
Kardware, Queensware, Glassware
and Cedar Ware.
Hats and Caps,
A great variety of
My stook has been selected with the greatest
earedn regard to quality and price, and I flatter
myself that I call Offer aid uceioents to pare'
not to he found ebleithere
Thankful tar the patronage of the past, by my
friends, and tiro public generally, 1 respectfully
solicit n continuance of tint name.
lir My old stook of Goods will be sold at ►5
per cent. below cost. April 12, 1854.
A BE A UTING L lot of Genu. Gaitors. Ladies.
Gaitors and Shoes, Gents. Boots and Shoe*,
"Misses Gaitors and Shoes, of on endless variety,
in ‘t hv
J. c 11' C 4CTO.
BALTIMORE LOCK BOSPITArt.
Whore ratty be obtained the mat speedy rem
Seminal Weakness, Pain In the Loins, Affections
of the Kidnap., and all those peculiar affectiOna
arising tom a secret habit, particularly the youth
of both sexes, which if not cured, prettier& con
stitutional debility, rendering marriage impossi
ble, and in the end destroys both Mind and Body.
especially, who hare become the victims of Sol
itary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit
which annually sweeps to en untimely grave thou
sands of young men of the most exalted talents
and brilliant intellect, whomight otherwise have
entranced listening senates with the thunders of
eloquence, or waked to ecstacy the living lyre,
may call with fell confidence.
Married Persons, •
or those contemplating marriage, being aware of
physical weakrsaa, should immediately consult
Dr. J., and be restcred to perfect health.
office No. 7 South Fredrick St., seven (hors from
Baltirnoro Street, east side up the sums. dam
particular in obtaining the ounce and number, or
you will mistake the place. . . _
A cure warranted, or no charge made, in from
one to two days.
TAKE Noricc.—Dr. Johnston'. office is its hb
dwelling, up the steps. life very extensive prac
tice is A sufficient guarantee, that he is the only
propel physician to apply to.
Dr. Joheton, member of the Royal College of
Surgeons. London, graduate from one of the
moat eminent Colleges of the United States, mud.
the greater part of whose life has been spent in
the Hospitals of London, Paris Philadelphia,.antl
elsewhere, has effected some of the most aston
ishing cures that were ever known,. many trou
bled with ringing in the oars and head when
asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at sod.
den sounds, and hashfulnese, with frequent blusV
ing attended sometimes with derangetheit' Of
mind, were cured immediately.
A CERTAIN DISE/M.—Will a melancholy. faet
that thousands fall victims tu this horrid disease
owing to the unskilfulness of ignorant pretenders
who by the use of that deadly poison Mercury,
ruin the Constitution, causing the most serious
symptoms of that dreadful disease to make their
appearance, such as affections of the head, nose,
throat, skin, etc., progressing with frightful ra
pidity till death puts a period to their dreadful
suffering, by sending them io that Bonnie whence
no traveler returns.
TAKE PARTICULAR Norrce.—Yonng men who
have injured themselves by a certain practice in
dulged in when alone—a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at school—the effects
of which are nightly felt,even when asleep, and
if not cured renders marriage impossible, and de
stroys both mind and body.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of bia
country, and the darling of his parents should be
snatched from all prdspeets and enjoyments of
life by the consequence ot deviating from the path
of nature and indulging in a certain secret habit.
Such persons before contemplating Marriage.
should reSect that in sound mind and body aro
the most neeessary requisites to promote connu
bial happiness, Indeed without these, the jour
ney through life becomes a weary pilgrimage,
the prospect hourly darkens to the view; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair, and tilled
with the melancholy reflection, that the buppinesa
ore.nues blighted with our own.
CONPTITU lIONAL Drnairr.—Dr. J. tuldresa.
es young men, and all who have injured them
selves by private and improper indulgence.
Immis;AnA.—These ore . tome of the sail and
melancholy effects produced by early habits of
youth, viz: Weakness of the back anti Limbs,
Pains in the head, Di:rut:as of Sight, Loss of
Muscular power, Palpitation of the Heart Dys
pepsia, Nervous Irritability, Detangsments of rho
Digestive Functions, tie:lend Debility Symptoms
of Consumption, ie...
D 1 tarraux— . The fearful effects on the mind are
much to he dreaded; Loss or memory, Confusion
of ideas, Depression of Spirit, Evil FOrborlings;
Aversion to Society, Self Distrust, Love of Soli
tude, Sce., ore some of the evils produced.
Thousands of /fusions of all ages,can now judge
what is the cause of their declining health. Los
ing their vigor, becoming weak, pale and emacia
ted, have singular appearance about the eyes,
cough and syintems of consumption.
Married persons. or those contemplating mar
riage, being aware of physical weakness, should
inimedistely consult Dr. J. and be restored toper
,• feet health. Office, No. 7, South Frederick-St.,
IC• B. Let no false delicacy prevent you, hut ap
ply immediately' either personally or by letter:
Skin Diseases Speedily Cured,
To STRANGEBB.—The ninny thousands cured
at this Institution within the last ton years, tad
the numerous important Surgical Operations
performed by Dr. .).,witnessed by the Reporters of
the papers, and many other persons, notices of
which have appeared again and again before the
pnhlic, is a sufficient guarantee that the afflicted
will find a skillful and honorable phys'cian.
As there are so ninny i t piorunt and worthless
quacks advertising themselves as Physicians,ruin
ing the health of the afflicted Dr. Johnston would
soy to those unacquainted with his reputation that
his Credentials or Diplomas always hang M his
Weakness of the organs immediately eared,
did tbli vigor restored
Itir4lll letters post paiti—'reinedies sent by
May 22, 18 54.-1!'
• NEW MOTIIING STORE! '
Now's the Time for Bargains!
30 per cent. ChesTer than the
Cheapest . : !
TUE undersigned most respectfully. announces
to the citizens of Huntingdon and vicinity,
Ilia he has opened one (item best and most splen
did assortment of Ready-Made Clothing that has
ever been in the Borough of Huntingdon. Bo
takes pleasure in stating to the public that he is
fatly prepared to sell
Cheaper than the Cheapest!
He will constantly keep on hand the greatest
variety of the following articles, viz:
Superfine Black Dress and Frock
Coats, brown and fancy sack coats, pantaloons
new etvie, blank and fancy cassimere, and ennui
not and cordntov.
Also, a great cairety of plain and fancy
Vests, the richest and most rind urtraent
ever offered in this place.
Boys' clothing, linen shi .s, silk under-shirts
A choke selection of neck and pocket hand
kerehiels.—Also a largo stock of
Hate and Caps,
I.7mbrellas,trunka, carpet hap, and a great many
co Persons d w wishing
atninc t tu ts y e: t o o t c h i i , nr io •o r t e tld pu d r o .
er Store two doors west of the Post Office-
Huntingdon, April 19.1854.
BOBBED, BUT NOT DISHEARTENED.
Brilliant Display of Jewelry,
THE public generally, and the rascals who,
some time since, entered my store and remo
ved valuables to the amount of about $llOO
without my permission, aro informed that I hero
just opened a more general and better assortment
of articles in my line of ber.iness than was ever
brought to Huntingdon, consisting, of Watches,
Jewelry, Clocks, Fine Knives, ..ml<ses
Pistols, Perfumery, Port Mon- Or%
Lilies. Silver Ware. and Fancy
I Articles, to. My old friends and customers,
and the public in general throughout the county,
are requested to call and examine my assortment.
Huntingdon, March 20, 1804.
Dr. law Wain tack's Family Medicines
for sale by lIORACE W. SMITH.
Huntingdon, March 29, 1654.-3 in.
ACHOICE lot of Slanglea for salc at the
cheap atom a J BRICKER.
For gale at the Cheap Store ot .I. BRICKER
Xibeftutiftal assortment of Silk Dress Patterns,
Black Silk, and Bonnet Li 'ling, last
. recciv •
ed and for sale by J. & W. Aitxvis.
4,7ZILK Drees Matteras, Benue do Lanes,lbra.
see, and Lawns of every variety :tad calm
just received aud fur sale by
J. & W. SAXTON.
5/1/ 1 11,h. of rod Flah, just received and far
tote by J• S4X7fty c