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FIVE PER CENT SAVING FUND,
Of The Notional Safety Company.
Walnut Strtet, South Mat Cirner Third Street,
Incorporated by the State of Penn
sylvania in 1841.
TrIVE PER CENT interest Is given end the
11 money is always paid heck a It'enever It ie
called fin, without the necessity of giving notice
tor it beforehand.
People who have large sums put their money
in this SnfetV Fund, on account of the superior
safety and convenience it affords, but any sum,
large or small, is received.
Tile Stvrao PUND has more than Italia mil
lion of dollars, 'securely Invested for the safety
of depositor, •
The Office is open to receive and pay money
ey,:ry tiny, froM 9 o'clock in the morning till 7
o'clock to the evening, and on Monday and
Thursday evenings, till 9 o'clock.
People who have money to put in; are invited
to call at the (lice for further information.
HENRI L. SEXNER, Pres't.
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vice Pres't.
Wu. J. REED, Secretary.
Nov. 1, 1854.
LETTERS of Administration baring been
-I- 4 granted to the undersigned. on the Estate of
Jobs Bradley, Sr.. dec'd., Into of Tod ton nsitip,
Huntingdon county, all persons indebted will
make immediate payment, and those having
shims will present them propel In at.t'ienticated
for settlonent. T. 0. STA PL ETON,
JONAH J. REEL).
Ad in i nistrator3,
Nov. 1, 1854.-6 f.
I, ETTERS tstamentary have this day been
pentode to the undersigned, residing in
springtleld township, Huntingdon county, upon
the estate of Benedict Stevens, Sr., late of said
t o wnship, deed. Those indebted will please
make immediate payment, and those having
chums will present them, properly authentica
BENEDICT STEVENS, Jr.
are a Large Frame Bank Barn, Wagon Shed,
Corn Crib, and a two s tory Frame Dwelling
Muse, en d all the necessary out-buildings.
Tanis made known on day of sale.
Robert Speer's mimes vs Wm. Buchanan's ad. I JAMES MAGUIRE.
Juba Sava', vs .Adr.rri Muck. 0ct.25, 1854.—5 t.
Trial List, November Term, 18M
Same wa John Fisher.
James Maguire vs John Hite.
lion. John Stewart v John Luce els!.
int E. Thompson et al vs J. W. Swoops.
Hirst for Caldwell vs Daniel Airica.•
A. P. Wilson vs Michael Bev.
Cuath. for kyle vs John trouper
Alex. Dysart's ear's vs Nrll, , A Cutler's adim
David Caldwell vs Dell & Crotsler.
Hirst, Clarke & CO. vs Myton & Cunningham,
Conftb. for Shocnberv,er vs Math. Crownover.
Coin'th for Stonehraker vs Math. Crownover.
S. F. Price vs tie, Bell.
Wm. P. McCreary & Co. vs Robert Woods.
Patrick Tally vs 'the I'. R. R. Co.
Franklin, Platt & Co. vs R. F. llaslatt.
Hugh Alexamler, farmer, Jackson.
Morris Browti, farmer, Springfield.
George C. Bucker. merchant, Porter.
Barriek, merchant, Walker.
Robert Cummins, farmer, Itarrce.
Hugh Campbell, farmer.
Joint Carnmn, mason, Ifewler,en.
lienry Glazier, putter, lit
Philip Garner, limner, Prim.
li9bert Grains, farmer, NNE r.
Sauu I fititield, inn, master, Pert,.
WilEant I..efford, farmer, Purter. •
ltime, McCabe, carpenter, flenderson,
W. Mattern, farmer, Franklin.
Samuel Musser,..farmer, Jackson.
Jaceli Numer, , eabinec maker; I luntlemun.
11,1,rt Otkkmati. carpenter•, Union.
Caleb Parslitill, farmer, 13rad , .
Jelin Stewart, farmer, West.
Williatti Summers, laborer, llen;ka•son.
Samuel Shaver, farmer, Shirley.
Vatutiel Sprat'lde, fanner, Pori,.
lieurge W akefield, farmcr. Sldrit•v.
• 'III.IVERSE JURORS,
dames Alexander. furm.?r, Jaekson, tp.
Jaeol, A ashach, farmer, dacksm,
A tslrew Amlerson, farmer, Porter.
John Boolter, farmer, Shirley.
Alexander C. Blair, merchant.
•Tolot Bradley, inn keeper, Brady. •
.1. S. Barr, teacher, Henderion.
jmnesHoggs, farmer, Henderson.
l'oer Crownover, farmer, Shirley.
John Chilcote, jr. farmer, Tod.
John A. Campbell, farmer, Brady.
Washivton Crum, carpenter,
William M. Chilcoat, farmer, Cromwell.
William Drennin boatman, Henderson.
Samuel Eby, merchant, Shirley.
A ',valiant Elias, farmer, Tod.
George M. Green, Esq., farmer, Cass.
James Goodman, farmer. llenderson.
John Grove, farmer, Walker.
Andrew Hagey, limner, Cromwell.
Solomon Hamer, farmer, Porter,
Collins Hamer, farmer, West.
George Hudson, Esq., just peace, Clay.
Jacob Hunter, farmer, Jackson.
Leonard Kessler, merchant, Brady.
Henry Lightner, jr., farmer, West.
John Leport, former, Franklin.
G. Ashman Miller,clerk, Henderson.
Solomon Myerly, farmer, Cuss.
Moses Miller, farmer, Franklin.
William McWilliams, farmer, Franklin.
James Nelson, farmer, Cass.
William Oaks, farmer,*Barree.
Alexander Oaks, farmer, Barree.
David Parker, Esq„ just. peace, Warriormark.
Robert Peterson, farmer, Dublin.
Jonas Rudy, farmer, Barree.
Job Slack, mechanic, Barree.
Matthias Saylor, farmer, Cass. ,
George L. Smith, farmer, Union.
Jolts M. Simpson, farmer, Henderson.
William I. Steel, saddler, Henderson.
Samuel Stewart, farmer, Cromwell.
James Simpson, farmer, Henderson.
Matthew Stewart of Jas., farmer, West.
Isaac Smith, tailor, Cass.
Armstrong Willoughby, tailor, Henderson.
S. Miles Green, iron master, Porter.
Joint Arman, farmer, Barree.
Benjamin If. Baker, carpenter, Tod.
Anthony Beaver, carpenter, Penn. •
Thomas T. Cromwell, uities peace, Cromwell,
'Llamas Cisney, limner, Tell.
Jacob H. Dell, farmer, Cass.
Joseph Douglass, gunsmith, Walker.
Nicholas C. Decker, grocer Henderson.
Jacob Elias, farmer, Tod.
Samuel Eckley, farmer, Barree.
Joseph Forrest, Farmer, Barree.
Samuel Funk, far Mer, Warriorsmarlc.
Alfred G arose, farmer, Warriorsmark.
Augustin Grim, blacksmith, Henderson.
Joseph . Gibbuney, farmer, Barree.
Jocob Burnish, farmer, Morris.
William Harper, tinnier, Dublin.
John Kerr, Esq., farmer, Walker.
James G. Lightner, physician, Shirley.
Jowl) Musser, farmer, Brady. •
James Myton, farmer, West. ►
Matthew McCall, farmer, • Penn.
Lewis Myerly, farmer, Tod.
Samuel Miller, justice Peace, Shirty.
Joseph Norris, farmer, Penn.
George Porter, farmer, West.
John Rob, farmer, Walker. .
Juba Stricker, fanner, West.
John Shaver, farmer, Shirley.
.George Swine, fanner, Shirley.
George W. Speer, farmer, C 341.
John Shaffer, limner, Morris.
Abraham Wright, farmer, Union.
Samuel Wilson, thriller, Warriersmark.
John &Intl - sire, farmer, Fill nklin.
'Min Baum, farmer, Writ.
U:n. 23, 1414.--3 t
RETATLEIIB of Foreign Merchandixe, who
have not token out a Nemo for the year
1854, will do so on or previous to the November
Court, as all Ileenses not lifted by the 50th of
Nov. will be loft with the proper officer for col.
lertion. JOS. M. STEVENS.
Oct. 23, 1954.-It. Treat.
GOOD BARGAIN TO BE lIAD.
FARM AND SAW-MILL
AT PUBLIC SAIL.
THE subscriber wish i ng to go west, will sell
his farm, on Tuesday the With day of Novem
ber next, situate in Union township, 3 miles
from the Canal and Railroad, and 5 miles front
Mill Creek. The Drake's ' Ferry and Broad
Top Railroad when made will ran through the
middle of the farm, which contains 900 acres,
100 acres of which is cleared and the balance
well thnbered. The improvements are a two
story dwelling house, two tenant !muses, n good
double Barn, and Saw Mill, there is also a great
quantity or young fruit trees of the best quality.
There will he sold at the SAM time end _place,
Wagons, Dorms Mitch Cows, Young Cattle,
and 3u or 40 1101111 of Sheep, also all the farming
utensils, and a great many articles too numerous
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M. when
due attendance end a reasonable credit will be
given by ELIEL
Oct. L 3, 1834.-st.
Ea- Lewistown Gazette, publish the above
4 times, and send bill to this office.
MITE subscriber [offers at public sale, at the
-11- Court House, in the borough of Huntingdon,
on Wrototsoar Tun 15rn DAY or NovEmnrit,
1654, his farm, situate in Walker township, with
in one mile of the borough of Huntingdon,
about 140 of which are cleared, under good fence
and in a good state of cultivation, It is well
watered, has two good springs near the house,
and a large orchard of excellent apple trees.
QTRAYED from Pentia. Furnace, Centre Co.
10 on the night of Oet. 7th 1854, TWO MARE
MULES, 26. years old—one a bay, the other
dark colored with a black stripe on her shoulder.
Any person finding the 111111(`R and giving notice
to Shorb, Stewart & Co. Stover's Place, P. 0.
Centre Co., will be suitaLlv rewarded.
SllOlll3, s'rEwAwr & Co.
Oct. 25, 1834.-3 t.•
JUNIATA ACADEMY AND FEMALE.
At .51tirktpantrg, Huntingdon Co., Petim'a
REV. JAMES CA3II'IIEI.I,, A. ➢I. Principal
Seminar); Ilunn J. CAMPBELL, A. M.,
and A. C. Fasitim.r., Principals,
THE Winter Session of both Schools opens on
Trilbusihrg, the 7th of Noottaber, nod con
tinue five months. •
Board, light, fad and tuition, per seas'. 056,00
Music with tee of anstrument, per quarter 8,00
Board, room rent, fuel owl tuition, per
Modern Language 7, 5.09
Painting niid.llven ing, 3,00 to 5,00
Lectures and practical instruction given in
Agriculture, Clictnistry, Surveying and Engi
Instimi )11 wilt be given in the Seminary, in
Embroidery, Worming and plain needle
ShirleyAburg, Oct. 18.4310.
A SPLENDID ARRIVAL
FALL AND WINTER
AT Tllll Ili NIIN 4414, 4.'1 STARE
11 - .
just returned from the east with a large
and splendid assortment of
Fall and Winter Clothing,
for men and boys made in the latest thshion and
in the most dura ble manner. Who ever wants
to be dressed better and eltenper than an - hode
else in town, let him call at WlLLouoliny';
Cucat CLOTHING STOHL, one door west of T.
Head & Son's drug store, Huntingdon.
Call and see for yourselves.
Oct. IS, 1834.
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At he Elephant Store.
I;LX_AB:OI,EiI (2 1 .1002%
LTA 1 - 1 N (. removed his extensive Store to No. 1,
Alceallan's How. formerly occupied by T.
K. Simonton, is now prepared to accommodate
his old customers, and the public generally, with
a splendid and fashionable asssortment of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Ills assorttnent consists of
Dry Goode, Groceries,
and all kinds of goods usually kept in a Country
Store. Also, a beautiful cheap and elegant as
Ladies' Dress Goods,
and Trimmings of every variety. Also, Hats;
Cops, Bonnets, Boots and Shoes, and a variety of
goods of all kinds.
- Country produce taken in exchange for goods,
at the highest market prices.
Buntingdon, 18, 1854.
A SPLENDID assortment of Boys' Cloth
ing,, at the store of A. WiLiouounr.
UST received a beautiful assortment of Seol
iped and Plain Velvet Ribbons,
J. & W. SAXTON.
LADIES Lasting and Silk work Gaitors, Kid
Morocco, and Goat Boots and Shoes, at tho
store of GEO. GWIN.
C ARPET Lip, just received and for sale by
J. 6. W. SAXTON.
A FRESH supply of Gingham, Check, and
Shambray, just received and for sole by
J. & w. sAxToN.
LiIDIES DRESS GOODS,
Mus. Delanes, 13. Delanes, Do Berege, Lawns,
(Animus, and a choice variety of Goods of all
kinds, at the store of GEO. &TWIN.
LINNETS. of all sorts and colors, also, Miss'
Flats, from 37 to 300, Jost received and for
sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
BLASTING POWDER and SAFETY
FUSE, colatuntly ou baud and for sale by
LIII.V.Eit and Plated Spoons, Gold, Silver and
I) Plated Spectacles, at Edw. Snare's Jewelry
PPOUTMONNAIES, Card Cases, and the
nest quality of WOSTENIIOLM'S Pocket
Knives, a very large quantity at Edes. Snare's
Rats and Caps, of evnry ,to, fur sale
at the ELEPHANT.
NEW GOODS raa P.ILL IN9
WESTER OF ISM AT
Vll 0121 , Vtrallit
DAVID P. GWIN
I have jost received, eel em now opening, on
the corner opposite Couto' Hotel, a large nod
beoutifnl assortment of
Fall . and Winter Goods,
consisting of Clothe, Cassimers, Black and Fan
o, Sathietot, Vestings, Tweeds, Jeans. Flannels
Yellow, White and Red. Also a large lot of
Sack Flannels of all colors. French Meri
noes, Coburg Cloths, all wool, Detains, Plain
and Fancy Detains, Cashmere, Debaise, Alapa
A Large Lot of Dress Goods,
Silks Black, Bard and Plain, Bonnet Silks, Col.
lars, I:llde:sleeves Sliimmazetts, Fancy Bond.
Dresses, Financings, Lace, Et'goings and Lisa' ,
lion, Ribbons, Trimmings, &c.
Mullins Blenched and T:libleuelled,Canton Flan
nels, Drills, Table Diaper, Crush, Gloves, and
flusery of all kinds.
Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Queensware,
Minima° and Cedar Ware.
Oil Cloths, Carpets, Carpet Sacks, &c.
My old customers and es many new ones as ran
crowd in, are earnestly requested to call cud ex
my:goods. _ _
All kind; of Country Produce taken in ex
change for Goods at the highest market prices.
Oct. 18, 1854.
Y virtue of sundry Writs of Fi. Fa., Lev. Fa.
) and Vend Exp.. issued out of tho Court of
Corn. Pleas of Huntingdon county, and to me di
rected, I will expose to Public Slilo at the Court
House, in tho Borough of Huntingdon, on
TUESDAY the 15th day of November at to o'-
clock, A. N., of said day, tho following described
Heal Estate, to twit:
All the dofendents interest in ',certain tract
of land in Henderson township, Huntingdon
county, adjoining Alexander G win's heirs on
the north and John Glazier on the south
and John Simpson on the east and Colestock's
on the west, containing ninety acres, more or
lees, about thirty acres cleared, with a two sto•
ry frame house and stable thereon erected.
Seized and taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Samuel Friedly.
ALSO—A tract of land in Shirley township,
containing three hundred acres, more or lest,
with about two hundred cleared, and a two sto•
ry log house and small log barn thereon erected.
hounded on the nekth by Samuel McGarry and
south' by Thomas H. Orbison.
Seized and taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of Thomas Bigham.
ALSO—Twenty live acres of timber ;land
in Barren township, Huntingdon county, ad.
joining lands of William Madit and George
Hutchinson and lands belonging to Monroe
Seized and taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of James Johnston.
ALSO—One lot of 2 acres, more or less, in
Barree township, Huntingdon county, with a
two story log house thereon erected, bounded
by Alexander, Bell, Christian Gearhart and
James Livingston. Seized, taken in execution,
and to be sold as the property of John Harper.
ALSO—One lot of ground situate in Hope.
well township. Huntingdon county, adjoining
land of John Hassel, sr., and Leonard Weaver
containing one acre, more or lesi, on which is
erected a one and a half story house as the
property of John A. Weaver. Also—upon
any interest the said John A. Weaver, may
have or hold in and to a tract of land, contain
ing 100 acres, more or less, situate in the torn
ship of Hopewell and county aforesaid, adjoin
ing land of James Entriken, John T. Shively,
Peter Fries and J. B. Weaver. Seized, taken
in okecution and to be sold as the property of
John A. Weaver William Fisher.
ALSO-All the defendant's right and inter=
est in the following described tract of land, ly
ing in Clay township, Huntingdon county,
containing, 50 acres, more or less, bounded by
lands of Caleb Brown, on the north,
States on the west, John Rorer, on the south,
and John Star on the east, having a log house
thereon erected and about 33 or 40 acres clear
ed, with an apple orchard. Seized taken in
execution and t) be sold no the property of
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Shit
Oct. IR, 1854.-0.
AA / THE.. by a precept to directed,
v at Huniingtion, the 126fh day of August
A. D. 1554, under the bands and seals of the
Hon. George Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, Oyer and 'Permitter, and gener
al jail delivery of the 24th judicial district ofPeon
sylvania composed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cam
bria, and the lion. Themes F. Stuart and Jona
than McWilliams, his associates, Judges of the
county of Huntingdon, justices assigned, appoint
ed, to hear, try and determine all and every in
dictments made or token for or concerning all
crimes, which by the laws of the State are made
capital or ft:l.les of death and other oftbnces
crimes and misttenteanors, which have been or
shall hereafter he committed or perpetrated for
crimes aforesaid—l am commanded to make pub
lic Proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick
that a Court of Oycr anti Terminer, of Common
Pleas and Quarter sessions, will ho held at the
Court blouse in the Borough of Huntingdon, on
the second Monday (and 13111 day) of November
next, and those who will prosecute the said pri
soners he then and there to prosecute them an it
shall be just, and that all Justices of the Peace,
Corpnorsnmi Constables within said county he
then and there in their proper persons, at to
o'clock, A. M. ofsaid day, with their records, in
quisitions, examinations and remembrances, to
do those things which to their offices respectfully
Dited at Huntingdon the 26th day of August,
in the rear of our Lord 1854, and the 78th
year of American Indepondenee.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff.
Oct. 18, 1854.
IXTHEREAS, Isy a precept to me directed by
IrT the Judges of the Common' Pleas of the
county of Huntingdon, bearing test the 26th day
of August, 1854, I sin commanded' to maks
Public Proclamation throughout my whole baili
wick, that a Court of Common Pleas will he
held in the Court House in the Borough of Hun
tingdon, on the third Monday (and 20th day) of
Nov., A.D., 1854, for the trial of all issues in said
Court, which remain undetermined before the
mid Judges, when and where all jurors, witnesses
and suitors, in the trial of all issues are required
Dat . e'd at Huntingdon, the 26th day of August,
in the year of our Lord 1854, and the 78th year
of American Independence.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff.
Oct. 18, 1854.
LAND SOB %lila.
A Tract of Land situate in Three Spring
ment. Clay township, Huntingdon Co., con
taining PIO Acres more or less, with about
forty Acres cleared and in a good state of culti
vation, otel the balance well timbered. Mao, a
Frame Barn, and a large apple orchard.
Also, a two Store Home well finished
with a good cellar. Also, a never fulling spring
near the dwelling, bulimia 1. by land of John
Cadman, Eligu It.
.Green nt peorgeHT!!on,
Esq. WILLIAM BRADLEY,
Oct. IR, 1554.-31.
MO MY CREDITORS—Take notice, that I
have Implied to the Judgei of Court of Com
mon Please, of the County of Huntingdon, for
the benefit of the Insolvent Laws of title Com
monwealth, awl they have nppointed the first
day of the next Nov. Term. to wit : Monday the
lath day of November, A D., 1854, tie• the hear
ing of me and my creditors at the Court House
in the Borough of Huntingdon, where you may
attend if you see proper.
. • • JACOB GEBRETT,
Oct. 18, 1854.-31.
A beautiful assortment of Silk Dress Patterns,
Black Silk, and Bonnet Lining, just receiv
ed and fur sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
1 UST receiving, this is cub, Mackerel, Herring
tc. : and for rale by J. aW. SAXTON.
14 11010 VA L
I = Clothing ! Clothing! Clothing!
The bt , yegt and beet Select( ,1 Stock of
Ready male Fall awl Winter Clothing,
Ever offered to the Citizens or
Huhti ogdon county.
IF you wish to get a cheap and fashionnble suit
of clothing et 30 per cent. tens titan you can
elsewhere procure them. then go to tho cheap
Clothing Emporium of HENRY ROMAN, op.
polite Gouts' Hotel in Market Square, Hunting.
don' Pa., where you trill find Ready made Cloth
ing of ;my quality, mole of sound materials, nod
in the most titshionable style and at weft inn
measurably below any other establishment in
this vicinity, where it is considered that the
"nimble sixpence to tar preferable to the slow
shilling," and where, for good fits, fine.mmteri
ale, fashionable style and finish, “Ite can't he
The subscriber respectfully invites the atten
tion of his numerous friends end customs and
the public in general to his immense and well as
sorted stock or Mens' an,l Boys' Full and Win
ter Clothing. consisting partly of Fine cloth,
Beaver, Pilot, Petersham, Whitney, Felt and
Double Overeonts, Cloth Frock, Dress Sack
and Business coats, of all qualities, styles and
colors, Monkey Jackets, Roundabouts of differ
ent sorts, qualities and prices. nine • Black
Doeskin, Cloth and Cassimcre pants do., Fancy
Cassimere, Satinet, Tweed, as well as a variety
of magnificent Vests, some of which in quality
anti workmanship equal any custom work, that
CUB ho obtained in any other place. Besides a
large assortment of Boys' Clothing, the subscri
ber also keeps on hand a well selected
stork of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, such as
handkerchiefs, cravats, collars. gloves, sacks,
shirts of all descriptions. Undershirts, Draw
ers, Knit daekets Suspenders, Traveling Bags,
Bata and Caps, and great many other articles too
numerous to specify.
Encouraged by past Sworn, the subsereber has
far exceeded his usual outlay in purchasing stock,
and he now assures the public that no person
wiAing to purchase need leave his store without
being suited, he is enabled to sell at the very low
est prices ! and whoever wishes to snake a wise
outlay of his money is respectfully invited to call
and exatnine for himself.
Ost. 18; 1854.
If You Want to Buy Cheap
Goods, Call at the Store of
TILT subscriber would respeetlully announce
t. 4 the public, that he has returned from
PhilAdelphiat and New York, and is now opening
at kis well known stand In Market Square, the
largest and prettiest assortment of
Fall and Winter Goods,
ever brought to the borough of Huntingdon, and
is now selling at unusually low prices.
Ale stock comprises is part, Clothe, Cassimers,
black •nd fancy. Satinetts, a forge variety of
Satin and Silk Ve , dings, Kentucky and Penna.
Jeans, Tweeds, Tiekiugs, brown and blenched
i\lusiins, T)rills, Crash Bags and flagging, Table
Diaper, &c., and a great variety ofgoods too te
dious to mention.
Ladies Dress and Fancy Goods,
A large assortment of Under sleeves, Collars
Prints in ninindimeo,Mous. do Lanes, De 13 crego,
Alpneeas, Lustros, Cashmeres, Florence Mar
celine, and Grn. de Nap,lhr Bonnets and Edging.
Ribbons, fancy, and block Gimp, black silk
Lace, Ladies' Kid Gloves,- Gents black In.,
nen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Italian Cravats,
_ Boots and Shoes.
Hardware, gaee!asware, Glassware
and Cedar Wire,
A good supply of Fresh
flats and Caps.
A great variety of •
My stock has been selected with the greateSt
care in regard to quality end price, and I flatter
myself that I can Mier inducements to purchasers
nut to be round elsewh:re:
Thankful Ilir the patrtinatze of the past, by my
friends, and the politic generally, I reApectritly
solicit it continuance of the same.-
Huntingdon, Oct, 11', 1854,
mast extraordina4 discorery in the World
in the Great Arabian Reined!' fur Man
• and BeaBt.
11. G. FARREI.L.S
CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT.
G. FARRELL'S QENUINE ARABIAN
LINIMENT is a most extraordinary medicine,
the truth of which is placed beyond doubt by
the vast sales of the article and the many cures
being daily performed by it, which previously
had resisted all ether medicines and the skill
of the best physicians in the world. It is cool.
posed of balsams, extracts and gums peculiar
to Arabia—possessing, in a concentrated term,
all their stimulating, anodyne, penetrating, use.
teens and revulsive properties, and the same
which, ages ago, were used by the "Sons of the
Desert," with such miraculous success. in cu•
ring the diseases of both man and beast.
Read Oie fullateiny remarkable cure, which
Bbauld of deer place H. C. forrelte
any similar r emedy.
Whenever that great medicine called IL G.
Farrell's celebrated arabian liniment, has been
introduced, it has performed the most extraor
dinary cures in the annals of medical history—
every body who uses it once becomes its warm
est friend—they not only keep it always on hard
for the benefit of its timely use in crises of
emergency, but recommend it to all their
friends. It has been before the public for near
ly ten years, and yet is daily developing new
virtues; many diseases have been cured by it,
for which the proprietor had never recommend
ed it; its magical a Wiles spreads through the
land with the speed of lightning and many, very
many poor invalids who supposed their Jars on
this earth were fast drawing to a close, have
been by a persevering use of this invaleable
liniment healed, and now rejoice in the bless
ings of health, and the enjoyment of this beau
tiful world. Head this to believe, and not to
doubt. Inquire, of your neighbyrs whom you
know to have used it, and they will tell you no
medicine ever discovered possess the half of its
extraordinary healing powers. The rocking
pains of rheumatism and neuralgia yield in a
few minutes to its powerfully anodyne proper.
ties. "The lame are made to walk.' Old
sores, which have rendered the subject a loath
some thing to behold, are healed. The weak
and trembling, from deranged state of the
nerves, by the use of this Liniment. rejoice in
the recovery of their formerheulth and strength.
Mary long standing affections of the liver,
lungs and kidney have yielded to its use after
the various remedies had friled. It is very ef- '
fieacious in curing the diseases of horses, and
cattle, such as sweetly, sprains, bruises, swell
ings, cramps, lameness, dry shoulder, splint.
etc., and if used in the beginning, never fails
to atop the farther progress of fistula, poll-evil,
ringbene sad swim
Look out for Counterfeits!
The public are cautioned against another
counterfeit, which has lately made its appear
ance, called W. 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.
. . _
'Cho- genuine article is manufactured 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 got
it with the letters H. G. before Farrell s, thus
G. FARRELL'S—and his signature on
the wrapper, all others are counterfeits.
• Sold by hos. Read & Son, Huntingdon, R.
E. Sellers & Fleming Brothers wholesale, Pitts
burg, and by regularly authorized agents
throughout the United States.
ter Price 25 and 50 cents, and Si 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.
roll as above, accompanied with good reforerco
as to character, revonsibility, &c.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE,.
THE under9igned will 9cll nt Privitto Sale, el.
Ilia or oil of the following described tracti
of lend, to wit :
No. 1. A tract of Limestone land near the
'Shade Gap, in Dublin township, containing 170
Acres. This land is patented; with good build
ings and good water thereon; nod about 100
acres cleared and cultivated.
No. 2. A tract of Limestone land, in Toll tp.,
Ilmitingdon Co.; lying on the Waterloo and
Burst Cabins'road, adjmningJames Jones and
others, containing 134 Acres of fitrm land and
.10 acres of Mountain land adjacent. Some 75
!WITS are cleared and cultivated; with a house
and horn, orchard and excellent water on the
NO. 3. A tract of 200 acres of land, in Wal
ker township, at the mouth of Raystown Wend,
three miles hallow Huntingdon, partly river bot
tom and partlh rad shale table land. About 80
acres are cleared and cultivated, with a dwelling
house and barn on the premises,—a number of
hearing fruit trees anti a young orchard of graf
tedapplo and peach trees, &c. _
Nol ' 4. A tract of 287 acres of land in TM
township, with a house and barn thereon erected
nod about 60 or 70 acres cleared and cultivated,
with good water and good fruit tnereon—now in
the tenancy of Vincent Robinson. This land
lies near the route of the projected Drake's F erry
& Broad Top Railroad.
No. 5. A tract or 140 acres of land in Hope
well ip; adjoining land of John Beaver, Jas. Haiti
ken and ethos—about 70 acres are cleared, with
now log dwelling house thereon. This land is
fresh and productive, and adjoins the Broad Top
Railroad at Coffee limb
The frrnis will he mile easy to suit purchaser.;
nail the title will be warranted.
DAVID BL AIR.
Huntingdon, Oct. 1854.—tf.
THE undersigned wishing' to dis- 3 ., •
pose of a portion of their real (,_k
estate, will oflur at public sale on ma- 1 2 ' uses "3
the premises, on Thursday the fttha•- , -
day of November, A. 1). 1854, tire
Mill and Farm,
' , Relate 5 mil. front Huntingdon, in Woodcock
and only one half mile train the Broad
Top Railroad; containing 25.1 Acres of superior
lime stone land, 220 of whielt'are cleared. Ev
ery field on the premises is supplied with run
ning water ell oneness 01 the year. The Griot
21111 is new, with three run of atones end calcu
lated for four; with the most approved machine
ry. Aloe. n good miller's House, with neces
This is one of the hest points in the county
for a store fund Arain merchant. a: almost all the
wheat that conii,s to linntin4d,o, passes by the
mill, and would naturally slop there if a market
teen offered. On the farm, is a large two story
stone house, and all the necessary out-hniblings
with a never fidling spring close to the house,
and a hank barn and stable. There are 2 orch
ards on the prendses, one of which is entirely of
grillled fruit, carefu lly selected.
The farm is in a line state at enltivntion, and
the mill and buildings are in good repair.
There is also 170 acres of wood and ore land
within 1 mile of the farm, which will he sold with
it. There is on this tract a very R. vein of
fossil ore, which has been opened.
The above has been divided into three sepa
rate properties, and will be sold separately or
together. as purchasers may desire.
The first division to contain 10 acres immedi
ately around and including the Mill, with all its
The second divi,ion to contain 175 acres of
the farm land, with the farm buildings; and the
170 acres of wood and ore land.
The third division to contain 106 neves adjoin
ing the above property, with an orchard on the
Drat,: of 11,0 u hole, end also of the separate
parr, will be exhibited on the day of sals.
TERMS—will be male cosy. to suit purchas
ers, and will be made kn own at the solo, or up
on applieation to ono of the undersigned at Hun
tingdon, or at Lafayette College, Easton, Put.
S. S. WHARTON,
FL S. WHARTON.
Oct. 11, 1824.-51.
TETTERS testamentary have this , day been
j A granted to the undersigned, on the estate of
William Flynn, late of Hopewell township, Hun
tingdon county, dee'd. All persons indebted will
make immediate payment and those having
claims will pretests them duly authenticated for
Stonersiown, Bed. Co.
- LEVI EVANS,
Coalmont. iNnt. Co.
Oct. 11, 1 . V.-Gt.• Executor,
t NDREW AREBUS, would respectfully in
form the citizens of Huntingdon and vicini
ty that he has just returned from the east, with
a very large.and fresh supply of Fruit and
Conf,ctionaries, such us
Candies, Lemons, Raisins, Nuts, &c.,
and the largest stock of Toys and Fancy
Articles, over offered use solo in t h is town,
. Ile receives daily from the city of Baltimore,
the best OYSTERS that can be found. Those
in want of prime can ho accommoda
ted by calling at the saloon. Ile has fitted np a
saloon express!) for the Ladies.
Thankful to the public li a • past favors, he hopes
by strict attention to business to merlin continu
ance (dam same.
Huntingdon, Oct. 12, 1853.
j EWERS ofadministration having been gran
ted by tholtegistcr of Wills of Huntingdon,
county to the undersigned, on the estate of
George Henderson, late of West township, deed.
they hereby give notice to all persons indebted
to said estate, to conic forward and make pay
ment, and all persons having claims against the
estate to present them to the subscribers for set
Oet, 11 , 1854.-6 t.•
The undersigned having been appointed Ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of Henry P.
Dorsey, Into of the Borough of Huntingdon,
dee'd., hereby glees notice that he has taken out
letters testamentary on the estate of said deed.,
and notifies all persons indebted to said estate,
to call on him and settle their indebtedness. and
those having claims against the estate to present
theta in proper torte.
JAMES MAGUIRE, Exr.
Sept 27, '5-I.—Gt.
To TOE rutlll.4o.
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
Stunerstown, Coal Mont, Hopewell, and the
country adjacent. that he lute located a Medical
(Mice in the house , o Timely occupied by Lemuel
Evans. Esq., and is now ready to attend to all
Calls, and by strict attention to business, hopes
to receive a good portion of public favor.
September 6, 1864.-ty.
ALL persons indebted to tho subscriber will
please cull and settle their accounts on or he•
fore the first any of January next—all accounts
remaining unsettled atter that slate will be placed
in the hands of a proper officer thr collection.
JOIIN N. SWOOPE.
Alexandria, Sept. 6, 1654.-Im.
ABEAUTIFUL assortment of Fancy Cass'.
111C111, Cloths, Summer W. 1., for men .d
boys. Also, Carpet Bags, &c., &c., just receiv
ed and for sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
LOOKING Glasses, just received and for sale
by J. 6. IV. SAXTON.
HAr7.: 3 to leskin N oland e rthe latest
lists of nurus st y les
qualities—will be sold low at the cheep store or
Afresh guppy of Garden Seeds from Risley'
Gardens, just received, and for sale by
Feb. 23, 1N53. J. F. SAX TO:,
.flt, , j , j/c1 fiat: 1, D ,,, r . bY •
A Wu:U./EI:PIM DIScOVEIII . " rePent
ii ly been made by Dr. Cathie, of 064 city, in
the treatment of Consumption. Asthma and all
diseases of the Long. Wu refer to "Dr. Curtis'
Hy g rans, or blinding Hygean Vapor find Cher
ry' Syrup." With this now method Dr. C. has
restored many athicted ones to perTect health ;
ns an evidence of which he has innumerable cer
tificates. Speaking of the treatment, a physi
cian remarks t It is evident that inhaling—con
stantly breathing en agreeable . , healing vapor,
the medicinal properties must come in direct con.
tact with the whole of the oriel cavity of the
lungs, and thus escape the many and varied
changes produced upon them when introduced
into the stomach, and subjected to the proves,
of digestion. The Ilygcatm is lin. sale at all the
druggists' throughout the country.
it,a, York Dutchman of Jan.,l4.
Tito Inhaler is worn on the hrenst under the
linen without the least inconvenience—the heat
of the hotly being sufficient to evaporate the
Hundreds of CASES of CURES like the fol
lowing might be mooed. Ono Package of Ile
;rearm has cored me of the ASTIDNIA of six
Jos. F. li,,,berry, P. IV of Dunrannon,
I em cored of the ASTIIMA of It) years
standing by Dr. Curtis' Ilygenna.
Maryarct IfaJton, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Price three Dollars a Package,—Sold by
CURTIS & PERKINS and BOYD & PAUL,
No. 149 Chambers St., N. Y.-4 packageg sent
free by express to any part of the United States
for Ten Dollars.
N. B.—l)r. 'Curtis' Hygettna is the ORIGI
NAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTIBLE, all
others are base imitations or rile and INJURI
OUS eounterfeirs. Shun them as you would
Sept. 20. 1854 —ly.
VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY
At Private Sale.
THIS property is situate on Stone ,
I Creek, about 9 miles north of '
Huntingdon, Pa. Tim mill is in
good repair, has 3 run of burrs,
Also, a good Saw Mill and Lath Mill; a good
dwelling house fur the miller. Also,
290 Acres of Land,
about 125 Acres of nhich is cleared and in a
good state of cultivation; the balance is well
covered with good timber. The farm buildings
consists of a large Frame House, a large Frame
Barn, and a large Store House, in a good stand
for a store '
Ina now unoccupied. Also, a large
orchard of choice fruit.
The property is and, a lease for four years
from the Ist of next April, at $635 a year.
-" - • "
For further information call on the' subscriber
Sept. 27, .54.—11:
AT PRIVATE SALE.
r s property is * situate on Stone •
Creek, about 12 ;Mies north of
Huntingdon, Po. It is in good or- ; N:;;" - '
der, and plenty of ore within 2
miles—in a lion wood country where coal eon he
got readily, awl shout 400 ACHE'S of LAND.
This property is now idle, and possession can
he given at tiny time.
Any forther . information can he bud by cal
ling with George Couch, Huntingdon, or Mary
Sept. 27, 18:14.—tr.
To Brick Makers.
PROPOSALS for making 500.000 Brick. at the
Warm Springs near Huntingdon, will be re
ceived op till the kith July inst. Those propo-
Mug to state whether with machine or by hand,
and how much per thousand, Contractor to furnish
wood, and how much if wood furnished, and at
what rate if wood leave provided.
Work to he commenced immediately.
Address A. P. WILSON, Iltanthigtion, Pa,
J. SLirsoN AFRICA. J. F.
Office with DAttiEr. Arme.t, Eq., Hill street,
between Montgomery and Smith streets, Hunt
ingdon, [Sept. 25, '54. tr.]
Huntingdon County ss
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to
Carter. of said county, Greeting:
NVltereas, Joseeh Carter. ,lid on the 24th day
of February, instant, prefer his petition to the
lion. George Taylor, Esq., President Judge of
the Court of Common Pleas of the county of
Huntingdon, is vacation, praying that for cer•
min ',apses therein set forth, he might be divorced
from the bonds of matrimony entered into with
the said Mary Carter. Wo do therefore com
mand you the said Mary Carter, as you were be-
Aire commanded, that setting aside all other bu
siness and excuses whatsoever, you he and ap
pear in your proper ',croon before our Judges at
Huntingdon, at a court of Comtnon Pleas there
to be held for the cold COMM', on the second
Monday of November, A. 1). 4354, to 'mower the
petition or libel oldie said Joseph Carter, and
to show rause if any you have, why the said
Joseph Carter your husband should not be di
vorced front the bonds of matrimony, agreeably
to the act of General Assembly in such case
made and provided. And hereof vou are not to
fail. Witness the [lnn• George Taylor,
President of our said court, at Huntingdon this
20th day of August, A. D. 1854.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Siff.
Office, Oct, 4. '54.-4t,'
} EVER AND AGUE.
R. EDWARD RLEECKER'S STAMPEDE
fur the Fever anti Ague, Chagres
Vever, i)ttpepsia, mid all Bilious Affections.—
The proprietor of this Medicine will state, with
out hesitation or fear of contradiction, that the
Stampede Mixture !layered more persons where
it has been introduced, than one other medicine
in use for the above diseases. This Medicine has
neither arsenic nor quinine in its composition;
all of the ingredients are of a perfectfully healthy
character, and highly stimulating and invigora
ting in their tendency. Persons while using this
Medicine wilt not be affected by exposure to wa
ter or a damp atmosphere any more titan when
in their usual health. Planters in sections of the
country where the Ague prevails. will do well to
adopt this Medicine, as the patient is not obliged
to lay by while under treatment, and they. may
be assured of a SPEEDY CURE. The proprietor
could idtroduce thousands of certificates from
those of the highest respectability, but prefers
saying to the siek—Buy one bottle, and you will
have the infallible proof in yourself: Full direc:-
tions for its use accompany curls bottle.
Certificates can he seen at the oilier,. showing
where this Medicine has CURED when all others
For Dyspepsia and all other Billions Com
plaints, there is not a better Medicine in market.
It has also been taken with the most astonish
ing success in several cases of Rheumatism and
Gum; for lb.() complaints take a tablespoonful
twice a day.
One bottle of this Medicine very often has the
Price $1 per bottle: For sale by Druggists in
all parts of the United States and Canada.
AU Wholesale (Inhere must he 4111,1re5.1 to
MEAD el BLEECKER, Sole Proprietor,
99 Broadway, New York.
Agent, Houser W. SMITH, HUTILiIIOOII, Pa.
September 6. 1854.-Iy.
( Sur— to Hartley ¢• Knight.
'sledding and Carpet .
No: 118 South Second Street,
FIVE DOORS AnovE SPRUCE anon',
Where he keeps constantly on howl it full assort.
went uf every article in his line of business.
Feathers, Feather Reds,
PATENT SPRING MATTRESSES,
Curled Hair, Alms, Corti Husk and Straw
nivel Tapestry, Tapestry, Brussels,. Three-Ply,
Ingram, Venetian, List, Bag and Hemp
Carpetinge, Oil Clothe, Canton Mattings,
Cocoa and Spanish Atoning., Floor and Stair
Druggris, Hearth Rags, Dour Mats,
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS.
To "•Lich he respe,tfully ii.vltes the attention
of purchasers. (Oct. 4, '51.-ly.
.f T ..
. - J. & SAX-TON,
• IijAVE jnst . .reeeived from Philadelphie tios
-Li- largest and handsomest assortment of
P2ll AZO MEY22I @b6bg3
ever offered in this place, consisting of Cloths.
Cassitners, Salinetts, Vestings, &o.
For the Ladles,
we have Plaid Silks, Worsted Plaids, and every
variety of plaid goods, to please the taste of the
Ladies. Also, Shawls, Sacking Flannels, Bon
net Silks, Bassos, and the finest assortment of
Collars, Under-sleeres, Shimagetts, &c., ever
offered to the ladies ofthis place.
Boots and Shoes,
of every variety, for Men and Boys, Ladles'
Shoes, of every variety.
Hats end Caps,
of the very latest and hest styles.
of which we always keep the lutzest and but As
sortment ever kept in this place.
a magnificent assortment, which we are selling
are alittle up, but wo are determined to sell as
low if not lower, thou any other house,necortliog
Our stock of Oil Cloths and Carpets
is good, Tubs, Buckets, Willow Ware, and
everything usually kept in a country store.
In fact we have everything to suit the taste of
all, and at lower prices than can be got at any
other house in town, it' you don't he satisfied of
the feet atter calling, then we give up.
We have also, FISH, SALT, PLASTER,
and also secteive and store Grain, as usual.
Real Estate Agency.
The undersigned hug establisluA an agency
for the Sale and Purchase ut Real Estate in
Any person wishing to sell or purchase can
g:ive us a description of the property, its lout.
lion, quantity, quality, and terms.
We engage in this agency on ouch terms as
cannot be objected to.
The Agent has the facility of malting the
property extensively known.
We now have some very destrable-land which
we offer oa cosy terms. WM. BREWSTER.
School Directors and
TIIE School Directors of tho following named
School Districts, ore hereby notified that I will
meet them at the place and time designated, for
the purpose of examining teachers and granting
Septetnbet 9th. at Alexandria, to examine ap
plicants fur the schools of Porter township.
N. D.—Those Districts which tiara neglected
to make out their yearly report, would confer a
favor by ntt•nding to it immediately. The Di
rectors of the several Districts, sla n mbl give me
early notice of the time when they intend open
ing their sehools, so as to enable me to appoint a
convenient time to meet them.
Teachers limy ho examinedl.lt nor time by pre
senting certificates of good moral character from
the Board of Directors of the District in which
they ore applying.
Copies of the School Laws and decisions, can
he furnished to Directors by calling at the office
of Fisher & Williamson. on Hill street, or at my
residence on Mifflin street, in the borough °llion
' tingflon. .1. S. BARR, Co. Superintendent.
Huntingdon, August 30, 1834.
4 , V' Tt t 1 ccrsons out of Emiduyateirt."l
$5OO to $l,OOO a Year.
A CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY AND DO GOOD!
Book Agents Wanted.
TIIE SubAcriifer publiches a number of moat
1 valuable Pictorial 'Hooka. very popnlar. and
(Wane') a moral and religious influence that while
gond men may safely ammo in their circulation.
they *ill conkr n pulite benefit, ant receive a
fith• compcmation for their labor.
' r ku men of enterprise and toot, this busi •
IICSS offers an opportunity fur profitable employ
ment seldom to be met with.
Persons wishing to engngo in their onle,
will receive promptly by mail; a Circular Con
taining full particulars, with "Directions to per
sons iisposed to act no Agents," together with
the terms on which they will ho furnished, by
addressing the subscriber, post-paid. -
ROBERT SEARS, Punr.tsnyn,
181 William sired, New-l.rk.
(F3' IN PRESS, and ready lor Agents by the
Ist of October, 1854, "Sean: illustrated
Description of the Russian Empire. ,
Fur further particulars address as abuse.
August 30, 1554.
CENTRAL ACADEMY, Airy Yietv,
ruse:mom Julthrta •
THE Fall Session Will commence on Moxus
Ocvomm 2,1834. Whole expenses of hoard,
tuition, room, fuel, crashing and incidental, va
ries from $5l to $57 per session of 22 Weeks.—
Vacutioris from the Ist to the 15th of April, and
from the 15th of August to the last of Sept.
For further particulars see circulars, or address
(post-paid) either of the Principals.
DAVID WILSON, A. M.
DAVID LAUG MAN, A. M.
Aug. SO, '5.1.-2m. Port Royal P. 0.
Land for Sale.
ATRACE'OF LAN!) situate in Germany
Valley, near Sbirleysburg, Huntingdon co.,
containing about 123 Acres, the greatcuart
of which is limestone, in a good state of cultiva
tion, hounded by lands of George Swine and An
drew Spanogte. JOHN LOTTS.
June 21, 1951.
Fish for Sale.
15 Barrels Sugguchanna Shad,
10 Ilalf 1,61.
just received and for sale at the store of
(BLANKS.--Always buy your Mani. at the
"Journal OfHee." Wa bare now prepared a ve
ry superiorartiele of BLANK DEEDS, BONDS,
JUDGMENT NOTES, SUMMONS', EXECU.
JUST receive.] end for sale, Ham, Shoulder,
Side, Dried Reef, Lake Tront, White Fish
also I)ried Peaches, Dried Apples, &c.. Sc., for
sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
PURL: WHITE LEAD,jugt received .d for
sale by J. & W. SAX'I'ON.
CLOTHS .q.ArD C.ISSLVERES,
plain and limey, at very low prices, at the store
of GEO. OWIN.
ri DO:I.EN 'Ames' No. 2 Shovels, jest rceci
red and fur sale by J. & W. sArruN.
PITTSBURG llama and Flitch for sale cheap
at the ELEPIIANT Corner.
BONNETS and Hats of the latest styles, just
received at D. P. GIVIN'S Stare.
CIGARS, CANDIES, &c., &c., , OWle , ale and
retail, at the cheap store of J. Mile KER.
huge. tot of Lace liuots, Buskins,
antiiTren es,— . at the
D. P. UWIN.
A superior lot of Rides, for sale at the
Abeautiful assortment of Cross-barred India
Siikjus) received and for sale by
J. & W. SAXTOX.
C); DARNELS No. 1 Herring just received
and for sale ut the store of GEO. GWIN.
Asuperior article of Burning Fluid for sale at
the store of GEO. OWIN.
FISH .I.IVD SJILT,
fur safe at the MA, of GEO. OWIN.
'HE greatest variety of Dress Trimminga,
Fans, Cravats, Zedir, TYtlis Yarn, Dress
Buttons, - Ladies Collars, Chenuzeits, Fancy
Hdkfs., Under Sleeves, Kid and Lyle Thread
(}loves, and Hosiery of every variety, just recei
ved apd for sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
10 BARRELS Rue Herriegjest received and
for sale at the store of ino. Gve4,l4.