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In Tyrone*, InNuel,i , It!air C"., on fhb St),
by Po'. F. A. Mille', Ur. MArnmx T.
3TRIKER lii mi” MAnr D. BRIDENLAttIII,
dßusglitor of Pi lip BridueLuui ; ls, of Tyruim
t„c7.,,,Lir, Muir Cu.
necorOct fi, IBM.
5. 1 .(7,t0
fted Wheat, per bit. •
White WlA9tr, per bu
Uye, pet bu
Corn, per bu ..... • • • •
Ilay, per ton
flutter, per 1t,.,
Lard, per lb.,
IZgat, per dim,
BANK NOTE LIST,
Philadelphia Banks, pat Mineral Bank,
U. States Bank, 2iAll other solvent.
Chambersburg, ; DIST. COLUMBIA.
Gettysburg, All solvent Banks, I
Pittsburgh, l VIRGINIA.
Su m uch'a Co. no saleiPar Branches,
Lewistown, no salelNear Branches,
Middletown, ti l l Y i!Lr ea g! es !
Erie, IiNORTH CAROLINA.
Waynesburg. ...;All solvent Banks, 1
Wastthingtun, sitTnder Fives, I
Harrisburg, :'SOUTH CAROLINA,
Honesdale, ' iAlleolvent Banks,
Monongahela, i' GEORGIA. '
West Branch Bunk, parillawkinsville,
wy,,,,,i ng B u nk, pac;Coni. Wk Maeon,no sale
York, liNlerelets B'k do. failed
All oilier 501C't h'ks par All other solvent, 1
Relief Notes, i Under Fives,
Towanda Relief, no sale ALABAMA.
MAINE. Bank of Mobile,
Calais, 10 All other solvent,
Lafayette, Bangor, —Small Notes; 5
Maine Bank, Portland, 5 LOUISIANA.
Mercantile, Bangor, Other solvent 1).1,, i
St. Croix, Calais, 01110.
All solvent banks, i Sol v't Cincinnati B'ks, I
Small Notes, COUNTICV•
NEW HAMPSHIRE. Norwalk,
All solvent hanks, i Granville Soeiety,
Small Notes, p . \ll other solvent, I
VERMONT. Under Fives, 2
Dank of St. Albans, 1 KENTUCKY.
All solvent banks, i Alt col volt Banks, 1
Under lice, :Small notes, 2
MASSAC I 1 L'S F:' 1 - I,'. • TENNESSEE.
All .solvent i. a nks, i•;: AII advent kinks, 1i
Under live,, g • Under Fives, 2
RHODE ISLAND. MICHIGAN.
Providence Co„ Bank, 1 Far. & Mech., Detroit, 1.
All solvent bunks, #.lllich. Inst. Co., du. 1i•
__.-- 54 11 others, uncertain
CONSEC'I'ICUT. M ISSISSIPPI.
All solvent hanks, taiNorthern Banks, no sale
Under fives. lAN others, uncertain
NEW YORK CITY. MISSOURI.
All solvent hanks, par Ifk State of Missouri, 2
NEW YORK STATE.' FL DA•
Atlas Bank, trfAll Banks no sale
Jams Bank, 11.1.1N015.
Northern Exchange, I State Wt.& Branclies,rM
State Il'k, Saugerties, TUnder Fives, 20
Bank. Ctivaga, Lake, I:All others, no sale
Solvent Country Irks, INDIANA.
Post Notes & Certif. of;State B,k & Branches. I
flop. on time issued Notes 2
by Free Irks, no sale: MIKASAS.
NEW JESSEY. ell Bunks, nu solo,
All other solvent par In. Co. Cheeks, Mil, 2
par Min., Dubuque, no sale
MARVLAND. lOther Bank:, no sale
Small NOM% CANADA.
Baltimore Banks, All solvent Banks, 2
Salisbury, broko:Bunk of Wooster, Wed
rn9sl ex l ,l , 4ll;nfiri6dZirerery in, 14e World
is 41.4 Great Arahum kfmeily for Man
CELEBRATED ARABIAN LINIMENT.
11. FARRELL'S I; EN LANE AItADIA3
usimENT is a most 4,trnordinary medichte,
the truth of which is placed beyond doubt by
the vast sales of the article and the ninny cures
being daily performed by it, which previously
had reiistA all ode, medicine; and the skill
of the bet ht.; o in the world. It is com
posed of ha same, extracts and gums peculiar
to Arabia—pos,cssing, in a concentrated lorm,
all their stimulating, anodyne. penetrating, une
tunes and revulsive, properties, awl 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 the j7,7l.oring remarkable CUM, which
ehould of itvel.f pare, G. Parrell's
Arabian Liainirnt,f4r beyond
any similar rewdy.
WONDERFUL AND EXTRAORDINARY
Cure of Rheumatism of Twenty
Never in my life have I bad so much pleas
ure, in doing nnv thing as in giving this certi
ficate to the world, anti I hope it may he the
canoe of thousands of toy fellow•creatures being
relieved of that dreadful disease, rheumatism.
My wife has been afflicted with it for . twenty
years, most of tho timotuffcring excruciating
pains in every pert of her body. Having no
appetite whatever. she was reduced to almost
a skeleton. So violent were the pains that she
seldom could sleep without taking large doses
of opium. Every joint wasswelled very much,
and her knees, hands, and neck, covered, with
large lumps. Site could do no kind of work,
the sinews and muscles being so hard and con
tracted that her limbs were drawn together, so
that she was obliged to be in bed constantly.
In this condition she had 11.,,a for twenty years,
without ever getting any relief from every thing
she used, until she commenced the use of
H. G. Fnrrell'a Arabian Liniment, the first
bottle of which produced a great change. She
ha:, now used five bottles, anti the swellings
have uenrly ail gone down ; pain has entirely
left her ; she :deeps well and soundly ; is more
than ever she was in her lice ; has an excellent
appetite, and spins and sews all day. By the
use of a few bottles more site must be well as
ever she was. If any one doubts this wonder
ful cure, he has only to call at my residence
near Peoria, and learn the circumstances front
my wigs own lips, or he can further inquire
of any of my neighbors.
Tr. G. FARRELL'S Arabian Liniment is also
an excellent remedy for palsy, sprains, bruises,
cramps, chilblains, burns, pains, toothache,
sore eyes, etc., and in horses or cattle is the
best remedy in the world where an external
application is required.
Look out for Counterrei , d!
The public are cautioned against another
counterfeit, which has lately made its appear
ance, called %V. 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 manufretured only by
U. O. Farrell, sole inventor and ' proprietor,
and wholesale druggist, No. 17 Main street,
Peoria, Illinois, to whom all applications for
Agencies must be addressed. He sure you get
it with the letters IL 0. before Farrell s, thus
H. FARREI.L'S—and his signature on
the wtrpper, all others are counterfeits._
Sold bi Thos. Read & Son, Huntingdon, R.
E. Sellers & Fleming Brothers wholesale, Pitts
burg, and by regularly authorized agents
throughout the United States.
gar Price 23 and 50 cents, and $l per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED in every town, village
and hamlet in the United States, in which one
is not already established. Address H. U. Far.
roll as above, accompanied with good referec ea
To the Tiotiornble the Judges of the Court of
Common lien. of Huntingdon Connty now
entniniinng wtd 1101,141 g n court of Rantoul . 0 0,•
elute of the peAce in 'lnd for sift
miry term, 1854.
The petition of Simnel Stony. of .laelvion
township. in tha county of Muting:lon reepeet,
fu!ly slieweth. That your petitioner I+ deairoua
of I:reping a public ha ti , e. or tavern in the house
he now occupies, on the road leading from Pins
Grove to Lewistown, that he has provined him*
self with neeestoirieg for the :lin venitnee end ac
commodation of trevellern end strangers. Ile
acrefore prays yonr honor+ tour:int hint a [leen+,
it. keep a house of piddle untat - taiiimeut in said
house and ho will pray, Ise.
We the subscribers do certify Samuel Steffey,
the above applicant, is of good repute for hones
ty and temperance, and is well provided with
house room, and convenience for the lodging
and accommodation of strangers and travellers.
George Steflby, Michael Ketterman, William
Walborn, Henry Walborn, John Rudy, Robert
Barr, John Beightal, Henry Koch, James Gal
laher, N. W. Scott, James Cwin, Samuel Craul,
Jas. H. Wilson, Samuel F. Stewart.
Dec. 13, 1851.-3 t.
he ; el 'i'nto all r r'° nier
cste,.t t the followingna persons have
settled their accounts in the Register's Office nt
Huntingdon, and that the said accounts will he
presented for confirmation and allowance; at an
Orphan's Court to he held at Huntingdon in and
toe said county of Huntingdon ' on Wednesday,
the 10th day of January next, 1855, to wit :
I. James Cree, Guardian of Caroline Walker,
minor child of James Walker, dec'd.
2. Samuel Nl' Viny, Esq.,Paeeutor of the last
will and testament of James B. Per grin, late of
the borough of Shirleysburg, dee'd.
3. George W. Speer. and Jas. M'lbluff, Ad,
ministrators of Robert Speer, late of the Born'
of Cassville, dee'd.
4. Samuel Campbell and It. P. WClure, Ad
ministrators of J. 11. W. NVGiuncs, late of
Duhlin township, &c.d.
5. .10,eph Law, Guardian of Harriet Crain,
one of the minor children of Evan Crain, late of
6. J. Sewell Stewart, Guardian of the minor
children ofJoseph Wall, Into of West township,
7, Joseph Rhodes and Benj. Rhodes, Admin
istrators, of the estate of Henry Rhodes, late of
Cromwell township, der'd.
Register's Office; 2 Register.
Dont• Dec. 8,1654.-3 t. 5
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Address LELAND, CLAY 8c Cu., 11 Spruce
st. N. Y.
Dl' virtue of a pluriel testaturn writ of Vendi
tioni Exponas, issued out of the District
Court of the city and county of Philadelphia,
and to me directed, I will expose to sale at the
Court House, in the borough of Huntingdon on
THUBNDAY THE 281 m DAT 01' DECEMBER, inst.
at 1 o'clock, P. 111., of said day, the fallowing
described Reel Estate, to wits
Nine certain lots of ground situate in the vil
lage of Graysport, (now culled Spruce Ceeek)to
the county of Huntingdon, numbered and descri
bed as follows, to wit: Lot No. 1. being 52 feet
in front and in depth extending to Michael Fet
terhotrs lineohe south side of said lot being 36
pore!es long and the north side 87 perches, ac
cording to the plan of sold town in that part laid
out by Semi. Caldwell, Esq., Lots numbered in
the aforesaid plan 2,3, 4, and 5,
No. 1, end extending tilting the Pittsburg Road
leading by way of Philip Rollers, adjoining each
other, being each 52 feet in front and extending
back to :Michael Fetterboirs line. the Mint:said
five lots also adjoin Samuel BlTherran on the
south and Joseph Johnston on the north. end on
lot No, 1 is erected a Tavern House. Lot N 0.7,
situate in dint part of the town aforesaid laid out
by Jno. G. Miles, Esq., being 50 feet in front
on-Water street and hi depth extending back to
the road leading to Pittsburg by way of Philip
Roller's, the south side of said lot being 168 feet
long and the non side lB6i feet as marked in
tne plat of said town. Lots numbered 18 6. 19
in the oleo thereof, made by John G. Miles, as
aforesaid, being earls 50 feet in front on Water
streetomil extending back to the old road leading
to the village of Waterstreet, Na. 18 being on
the north side 221 feet longand on the south side
228 feet, No. 19 being both on the north and
south linos or sides ouch 231 feet long according
to the plan aforesaid, and the remaining lot ma
king the aforesaid nine in number, not being laid
out or numbered in the plan of said town, but
described as follows, to wit:
Commencing GO 'feet south of lot No. 1, on
which the Tavern House stands and extend
ing 50 feet along the road leading from the
mouth of Spruce Creek to Fetterhoors lino, so
as to ex0,.1 50 feet along said line, be the
measurement of the aforesaid nine lots more or
less. Also, all that lot of ground in the coun
ty aforesaid, adjoining Andrew MeFerren on
the south, being 50 feet in front, commencing
at the upper side of the old road leading to
Water Street, and extendieg back to the line of
said Gray and Michael Faller. Also, all the
ground between the street called Water Street
the old plot Town of Graysport and the Juni
ata river, lying below the Public Bridge and
opposite the lots Nos. 17, and 19, as numbered
in said plan, being 150 feet on Raid Water Street
and extending hack to the Juniata river, reser
ving all the streets, lanes and alleys thereon
and thereodt. Also, all that lot and parcel of
ground situate in Morris townspip, in the coun
ty albresaid.bounded on the north by the Lit
tle Juniata river, on the west by Virgin Alley,
on the south by the Penna. Rail Rord, and us
the east by Carson Street on the Town of
Graysport, and also several detached and con
tigious pieces and parcels of ground laying
south of Lot No. 1, in the new plot of the
town of Graysport, on which a Tavern House
is built within the line of 110 feet south of lot
No. 1, on the south, and the Penna. Rail Road
on the west, containing 45G square feet more
or leas. Also the use of a small triangle.
lying west oldie Turnpike4nd east of the
Penna. Rail Road. Also one other piece of
ground lying west of the Penna. Rail Road
and south of Lot No. 1 aforesaid, and lying in
a strip ten feet wide from the Railroad to the
Fetterhoof line on the top of the hill—with a
large brick hotel and other buildings thereon
'fakes in execution, and to be sold as the
property of Robert F. Haslett.
Terms of SaIe—CASH.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff.
Huntingdon, Dec. O. 1854. Rt.
ALL persons indebted to Simon Levi, lute of
the Borough of Huntingdon, are requested to
call and settle immediately.
Bis store books will be left with a Justice fur
collection, on the first day ufJanuary next.
r , AVM BLAIR,
ir L. TV: t*. „
Lt, l cr•ons to ~ ,r ! ;:,••
R. , ii .Pllll. i 4di , and saw vo.li , le
111,0 111011 hit with &ex. Nrr, Esq.--
A word to the whim Ii snMelent.
.1. b. ouirFirru, M. 1).
Dec. 13, 1054.-11.
SlitAY 11111 LI.
to the reeldenee of the anbrertbm., lir•
bulk ifriortiell themehle. finntihgdrin Co.
shoot the lit of Fleptemher lust, a brindle bull,
about I year old. The owner is reliiesteil to
come liirward prove property, pay charges and
take him ewer, otherwise he will be Ilinpubed of
according to law.
Dec. 13, 1834.-3 t.
Executors's Rale of Real Estate:
BT virtue of authority given under the will of
John Shultz,late of Hopewell township dec'J.
will be exposed to public sale, at the house of
John B. Weaver, in the vicinity of the premises,
on WEDNI.DAY TM, 20111 Dec. MT, the fol
lowing described Real Estate, situate in said
more or less, 70 acres cleared, and the balance
well timbered—interserted by the Huntingdon
and Broad Top Railroad throughout its whole
length—adjoining lands of.lncob Eichert, James
Entrckin and others.
Sale to commence at I o'clock, and often ,
dance given and terms male known by
JOHN 11. GIVEN,
Dec. 6, 1854.-21. Executor.
THE subscriber will attend at the Court
House, in the Borough of Huntingdon, on
IVednesilay 3d January, 1855, to distribute
among those entitled to the same, the balance
in the hands of Alexander Pet, and Abralinm
States, Executors of Frederic Shoenefelt,dee'd.,
whereof all parties interested hereby have no.
Lice. TIIEO. H. CREME%
Dec. 6,1854.-4 t. Auditor.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
Valuable Real Estate for sale,
Estate of Benedict Stems, ilea.
DY virtue of an order of Orphan's Court of
Li Huntingdon County, will be sold at Public
Vendue or outcry, on the premises in Springfield
township, in said county, on
Thursday, December 2S, 1851.
at l o'clock of said day the following described
real estate V 17.:
A plantation or tract of land situate in Spring
field township in said county, adjoining lands of
James Booher on the West, Samna Boolier on
the North, mountain lands of Isett and Myton on
i tt.A. the East and South, on which is erected a
..igal• TWO STORY HOUSE and LOG BARN,
and containing about
about ono hundred acres of whieh aro cleared,
and on which is also a large quantity of Iron Ore.
ALSO,—Another tract of unimproved land
situated in Clay township, said county, adjoin
ing land of Berkstresser's heirs on the East,
William Edwards on the South John McLain on
the North and others, containing about 50
TENNIS OF SALE.—One third or the par•
chase money upon the confirmation of the sale.
and the balance in two equal annual nay
ntents with interest from confirmation of sale to
be secured by the Bonds find Mortgage of the
Executor ofilenerlict Stereos, deed.
Nov. 29, 1854.-31.
THE undersigned auditor appointed by the
Orphans' Court of Huntingdon County. to
distribute the balance in the hands of the ad.
ministraior, of David Peightal, dee'd.,unningst
those entitled thereto, hereby gives notiee to
all persons interested, that he will attend for
• the purpose of making said distribution, on
Saturday the 23d day of December nest, at
his office, in the borough of Iluutingdon, at 1
o'clock, I'. M. of said day, when and where all
persons interested may attend.
JOHN REED, Auditor.
Nov. 29, '5-I.—lt.
THE undersigned auditor appointed by the
Orphans, Court of Huntingdon County, to
distribute the balance in the hands et' James
Harrison, administrator or winiam Harrison,
deed., amongst those entitled to receive the
same, hereby gives notice to all persons inter ,
ested, that he will attend for the purpose of
making said distribution, on Thuradaytke 21st
day of December next, at the Register ' s Office
in the borough of Huntingdon, at 1 o'clock, P.
M., of said day, when and where all persons
interested may attend.
THEO. 11. CREMER,
Nov. 29, 'd4.-4t.
THE undersigned auditor appointed by the
Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, to
distribute the proceeds of the Sheriff's Sale of
the real estate of the Re, James Y. WGinnis,
deed., in the hands of the adm'r. of said deed.
to ascertain and report lie. &e., hereby gives
notice to all persons interested, that he will at.
tend to the duties of his said appointment, on
Friday the 22d rif December next, at his office
in the borough of Haatiaoatt, at 1 o'clock,
P. H., of said day, when und where all persona
interested may attend.
JOHN REED, Auditor.
Nov. 29, '54.-4t.
LETTERS testamentary having been granted
to the undersigned, on the etttate of Nancy
Nett: late of West township Iluntingdon county,
deed. All ',emit. indebted. will make payment
without delay...! those Itgying claims will pre
sent them properly authenticated tbr settlement.
.1 ACOI3 11AltNCAM N,
Porter tp., Nov. 22, 1834.—1 it .• Exr.
Land for Sale.
Atract of land situate in Germany Valley,
near Shirleyslitirg. Huntingdon Co., con
taining about 153 ACHES, the greater part of
which is limestone land, in a good state of culti
vation. About 90 acres is cleared and under
good fence. 500 panel of Which is post-and-rail.
The buildings are a good stone house, and
reasonable barn, wagon shed, corn-crib,
A never-failing spring or limestone water near
the house, also a running stream a part of the
year. A great variety of fruit trees. Bounded
g it o lunds or George S ins and Andrew Spam,-
Nov. 22 1854.-4 t.•
D3l. (g2rIWHI ILI num,
OF New York, would announce that he has
made arrangements to extend his stay in
PITTSBURGH, till Mondnv evening Deckmumt
18th, during which time le may be consulted
daily, at his Rooms, sit the CITY Ilona., for
PULMONARY CONSUMPTION, As,t3tA, Drerni.-
etA, Coster-4ms, and all other diseas
es connected with or predisposed to consumption.
To those who have previously consulted Dr.
Fitch, no charge for consultation will ho mode,
us it affords us pleasure to see our former patients
and all consulting Dr. Fitch on the present oc
clusion may continue to correspond with him its
New York, without further expense.
Office hours—Nine to Five daily, Sabbath ex
Nov. 22, 1834.-3 t.
T ETTERS of administration having been
14 granted to the undersigmal, on the estate or
Hexer Ltoirrszu, late °Most township Nun
tioplon county, deed., all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and all those haying claims alpinist the
same will present them properly authenticated
Nov. 15, '84.-61.'
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We shall publish In December, the
L1 7 21] OF HORACE GREELEY,
BY J. PART() N.
Duodecimo. OUo pr. Liastrotai. P,U,v
MEI1'11111( with the eoneeption nor the con.
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We shall publish in December,
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to make and use, in the county of nntingdon,
STONESIFER & SMITH'S improvement in the
adjustable packing for a hoop fur burning lard.
Lamps for solo by the dozen or singly, also
township rights for side at reasonable prices.
All orders promptly attended to by address
ing, the subscriber, Orbisoniu, Hunt. Co. Pa.
GEO. W. CORNELIUS.
Sipesville, Nov. 15, 1854.-6 m.
lETTERS of administration of the Estnte of
Catharine Lutz, Into of Shirley township,
Huntinolon county dee'd, all persons indebted
to the estate will make payment without delay.
nod all persons having claitns will present them
properly authenticated for settlement.
Shirty tp., Nov. 15.'54.-6t.• Admr's.
Valuable Limestone Land for Sale.
pHE subscriber offers at private sale, his farm,
-I- situate in Franklin township, Ilunting,don
county, about one-I.lllmile from the Pennsylva
nia Railroad, containing about
One Hundred and ninety Acres,
he it more or less, of the hest grainy of lime
stone land, about ISO Items of which arc cleared,
under good fence, and in a good state of culti
vator. . .
The improvements are a two story stone Art
dwelling house, a large frame bank barn,Jlial
wagon shed, corn crib, large stable, nod oth,
out buildings. It has a good orchard, and good
water upon it.
Any ',arson desiring to purchase, coon call
upon inn on thin premises. I will show them
and make known my terms.
Nov. 13, 1834.-3 m.•
BOOKS! BOOKS I! WALL PAPER!!!
20,000 VOLUMES of new and popular
Books—the subscriber has just re•
calved from Boston, New York and Aw it
Philadelphia, comprising the great-Rai'
est variety and most extensive stock
ever brought to the interior of the State, His
STATIONERY is also ef great variety and su
perior quality, in part as follon so Letter, Cap
and Note Paper, Hold nod Steel Pens, Inkstands,
Blank and Time Books, Diaries for 1855, Ike.—
Also, Harpers, nannies, Godey's and Gra
ham's Magazines, received every month as soon
as out. 2000 copies or the books recommended
by the Teachers' Institute and Board of Direc
tors of the count, Oreenliers Arithmeties and
Algebra. Town's Spellers, and Swan's Renders
3600 rorson-tt Dunton,s Boston Copy Books,
being the best system as well as the best exert,-
led books ever aered to the public, satins lowest
wholesale prices. IMO pieces Wall Paper [ram
9 to 13 cents for common. 18. 23and cents fir
glazed, soul 1,25 to $2 Mr gold. All of the above
stock is offered extremely low fur cash—the pub
lic will please call and examine.
Store opposite Whittaker's Hotel, Railroad
St., Iluntiugdess, Pa.
Nov. 1, 1854.
J. NI. IRVINE, 111. D.
Graduate of the University of Neu , York,
County,HAVING concluded to locate perutunently in
his o.,,fessiomil services to the citizous of that
place nod vieitti!v.
Medical Faculty of the University of N. Y.
Dr. John McCulloch, Petersburg, Hunt. Co,
Dr. Henry l)rludt•, 46
Nov. I, 1834.—tf.
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Mos. Delane4, B. Delano,, De Here e, Lawns,
Gingham,, and a choice rariety of Goods of all
at tbo rotrk nwro..
NEW STAGE LINE,
noold seveettolly Inform the
trx'rliot I u1,1,c th..t hr 110 K running tt
of !hal nolo Mt. U : to jr,stolix lot tollow.o
thirittinirt to Mt. than!' wad hack spin,
every dey. intereeethq the 171..tuperslittrtr lino
wialllng to go to Shade Onn. orally
other place. will he taken on without delay.
ilia Hock,, are good and comliotable, and
be he determined to hare none but good and
steady driver.; in a word; hie desire la to every
pa,sengers in comfort and safety.
JAMES S. BURK ET..
Orbisoniat, Nov. 6, 4554.-Iy.
FIVE PER CENT SAVING FUND,
Of The National Safety Company.
Wainut Street, South 11:1•5 .. C'orlor Third Street,
Incorporated by the State of Penn
sylvania in 11441.
FIVE PER CENT interest is given and the
money is always paid back whenever it is
called for, without the necessity of giving notice
tor it beforehand.
People who have large sums pat their money
in this Safety Fund, nn account of the superior
safety and convenience it affords, hut any sum,
large or small, is received.
Tlds SAvirio Fut!, has more than half a mil
lion of dollars, securely invested for the safety
The Office is open to receive and pay money
every day. from 9 o'clock in the morning till ‘7
o'clock in 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 office for further information.
HENRY L. BENNER, Preet.
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vice Pres't.
Wm. J. Ramo, Secretary.
Nov. I, 1854.
f ETTERS of Administration having been
granted to the undersigned. on the Estate of
John Bradley. Sr.. der'd..ln, of Toil township.
Huntingdon county. all persons indebted will
make Immediate payment, and those haring
claims will present them properly tothentieated
fur settlement. T. li. STAPLETON,
JONAH .1. REED.
Nov.l, 1854.-6 t. Administrators.
T ETTERS tstamentary have this day been
grantedo to the undersigned, residing in
Springfield township. Huntingdon county, upon
the estate of Benedict Stevens, Sr., late of said
township, 'teed. Those indebted will please
make immediate payment, and those leaving
claims will present Sheen, properly authentica
BENEDICT STEVENS, Jr.
Nov. 1, '54 -Ct. Executor.
FREE EXHIBITION !
At the Elephant Store.
. . •
a . \ (. 6 ;ziatiLlCDß )
VING 1,111,01 extensive Store to No. I,
1 1. McCahan's Row, iortnerly occupied by T.
K. Simonton, ie now prepared to accommodate
hie old enstomers. and the public generally, with
a splendid and th-hionable asssortinent of
Fall and Winter Goods,
His assortment consists of
Dry lino d 9,
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, Hoots and Shoes, and a variety of
goods of all kinds.
Country produce taken in exchange for goods,
at the highest market prices.
JUNIATA ACADEMY AND FEMALE
At Shithrbar9,-/hatingdon Co, Penn'a
REV. JAMES CAIrPHET.T., A. M. Principal
Seminary; Myatt J. CAMPBELL. A. M.,
and A. C. FENDAI.I., Principals,
rpilE Winter Session of Loth Schools opens on
Wednesday, the ith (ft' Sorember, and con
tinue floe months.
TERMS—SEMINA RY: Boned, light, Mel and tuition, per m:ssioa $514,00
Music with use or inStetielent. per quarter 8,00
Board. room rent, fuel and t uition, per
Modern Languages, 5,00
Painting and Drawing, 3,00 W 5,00
- . . . .
Lectures cud prn.•ticnl instruction given in
Agriculture, Chemistry, Surveying and Engi
Instruction will he given in the Seminary, in
Embroidery, Gilding, 13ronzing and plain needle
Shirleysburg, Oct. 18.-3 m.
A SPLENDID. ARM'S AL
FALL AND WINTER
AT THE HUNTINGDON ci.oTIHNO %TORN,
HAs.just returned front the east with a large
and splendid as+ortment of
Fall and Winter Clothing,
for men and bop, made in the latest fashion and
in the most durable manner. Who ever wants
to be dressed better and cheaper than anybody
else in town, let him call at Wn.micunnv's
Clear emitting° Stonn, one door west of T.
Read dt Son's drug store, Huntingdon.
Call and see for yourselves.
Oct. 18, 1854.
Clothing! Clothing! Clothing!
The La Best and hest STl,,eted Stork of
Ready made Fall and Whiter Clothing,
Ever offered to the Citizens of
IC you wilt to get a cheap and fashionable suit
of clothing at 30 per rent. less than you can
elsewhere procure them', then go to the cheap
Clothing Emporium of HENRY ROMAN, op
posite Ci.uts' hotel in Market Square, Hunting
don' Pa., where you will fluid Ready made Cloth
ing of any quality, made of sound materials, and
in the most fashionable style and at rates im
measurably below any other establislit»ent in
this vicinity, where it is considered , that the
"nimble six• pence is for preferable to the slow
sl,Ahag," and where, for good tits, fine materi
als, fashionable style and finish, "Ito can't be
The subscriber respectfully invites the atten
tion of his numerous friends and customers and
the public in general to his Immense and well as
sorted stock Meats' and Boys' Fall and Win
ter Mullin, condsting partly of Fine cloth,
Beaver, Pilot, Petersham, Whitney, Felt and
Gamble Overcoats, Cloth Frock. Dress Sack
and Business coats, of all qualities, styles aud
colors, Monkey Jackets, Roundaboutior differ
ent sorts, qualities and prices. Fine Black
Doeskin, Cloth and Cassimere pants do., Fancy
Cassinsere, `,rind. Tweed, as well as a variety
of magnificent I',•.ts, some of which in quality
and workmanship equal any en,tom work, that
Call ho obtained in any other Place. Besides a
large assortment ot trays' Clothing,, the subscri
ber also keeps on hand a well selected
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, such its
handkerchletk, cravats, collars. gloves, sacks,
shirts of sill descriptions. Undershirts, Draw
ers, Knit Suspenders, Traveling Bags.
Hats and Caps, and great many other articles too
numerous to specify.
Encouraged by past flavors, the subsereher bat
Liar exceeded his usual outlay in purchasing stock,
and he now assures the Public that so parson
wishing to purchase need leave his store without
being althea, lie is enabled to sell at the me!, low
est prices and whoever wishes to make as wise
outlay of his money is respectfully invited to call
and examine for himself.
Oct. 18; 1854,
T ADZES Lasting and Silk work Gahm', Kid
Itorocro, and crvst Boots apdSlioes, at the
Ventv +Jr • _tsw•rv.
fil;11' GoOM MIR TUE PALL AND
IS NTIM. OF 1854 AT
r :? .. a ILFEMVP
DAVID P. GWIN
f have jugt received, and um ncili opening. on
the corner opposite Coate Hotel, a large and
beantirul assortment of
Fall and Winter Goods,
eonsiating of Cloths, Cassimers, Black and Fan
cy Satinets. Vestinga. Tweeds, Jean, Flannels
Yellow, White and Rut. Also a lame lot of
back Flannels of all colors. French Merl
noes, Coburg Clothe. all wool, De',tins, Plain
and Fancy Dalai., Cashmere, Debaiss, Alapa
A Large Lot of Dress Goods,
Silks Black, Bart] and Plain, Bonnet Silks, Col
lars, Untie:sleeves Shimmuzetts. Fancy Head-
Dresses, Mountings, Lace, Etlgeings and hour-
Ron, Ribbons, Trimmings, Fee.
Muslim Illenehed and Unblenehed,Canton Flan
nels, Drills, Table Diaper, Crash, Gloves, and
livery arm' kinds. _
Boots 111111 ShOCR ' Groceries, Queensware,
Hardware and Cedar Ware.
Oil Cloths, Carpets, Carpet Racks, &c.
My obi c3stomers and as niany new ones a. ran
crowd in, are earnestly requested to call and ex
amine my goods.
All kiwis of Country Produce taken in ex
change Om Goods at tie highest market prices.
Oct. 18, 1854.
If You Want to Buy Cheap
Goods, Call at the Store of
THE subsyriLer would respectlully nunounce
t. the public, that he hits returned from
l'bilailelphin and New Yolk. and is 1101 V opening.
at his well known stand in Market Square, the
largest awl prettiest u•surtinetit of
Fail asad Winter Go4,ils,
t.Yer "auk to the borongli Ilf 111:1,11.,,11, Mid
11 , 1'S SVliillg at tuna:a:illy low
My stork comprise , in part,, Cloth, C.lAsitners,
black and fancy, Satittett4. ii large variety ut
Satin nod Slits Vestititts, Kentucky and Prima.
Jean, 'roet4ll, Tivkings. brown and Itleaolied
Marlins, Drills, Crash Bags ain! 'lagging.
Diaper, &r.. and *great variety ulgouda tuu te
dious to mention.
Ladies Dress and Fancy Goods,
A large assortment of Under sleeves, Collars
Prints in ithundance,Mou, dr. 1 . .1111, 1 . 1)e Berege,
Alpaecas, Lustres, Cashmere, Moroi. Mar
cell., and lira. de Nttp,ffir Bonnets and Edging,
Itilthons, fancy. anti black Gimp, Mack silk
Lace, Ladies' Kid Gloves, Gents Mark do.,
..men anti Silk Ilantikereltiofa, Italian Cravats,
Boots and Shoes
Hardware, 9u eelisware, Glassware
and Cedar Wa're,
A gout] supply of Fre , li
Hats and Caps,
A great variety of
My stock has been selected with the greaten
1 . 111 . 0 in regard to quality and prier, and I flutter
myself' that I ran infer inducements to purelid,i,
not to he found el,ewhere.
Tininkful for the patronage of the 1,1,4. by my
friends, end the public, generally, I respectin:ly
SOlieit it continuance of the same.
Huntingdon, Oct, 11, 1E154
Iffl.-'l' 7 ,f - lifs ..:J'liAl'-.o.D'i9>
NDItIiNV NI(F.ItUS, would reqpectfilliv in
; form the citizens of limiting. mid vicini
ty that he has ju,“ returned ti•r,tu the 1.115 t, With
very Inrge Trod fresh supply of Fruit MP]
Cunfactiotnn•ieg, such na
Camlies, !Riot's, Raigins, !Nuts, &v.,
uud the largest stuck of Toys and !Panty
Articles, ever iitliged fu• sale in this town.
Ile receives from the city of Baltimore,
the best 0 YWI'EIiS that ea. he found. Those
in want ofprinte 'shell fish,' can be accommoda
ted by eallio,tt at the saloon. Ile has fitted tip a
saloon espressh for the Ladies.
Theeki.el to the Pehlie fin• ling fvors, he hopes
by strict attention to In , iness to merit a continu
ance atilt, smite.
Huntingdon,. Oct. 12, 1,333,
&might Home to the Doer Vibe Million.
t WONDERFUL DISCOVERY has recent
ly been made by Dr. Curtis, of this city, ii
the treatment of Ci.nsumption. Asthma end al
diseases of the Lang. We refer to "Dr. Curtis
llvgeans, or Inhaling Ilygean Vapor and Ober
Cl' Syrup." With this new method Dr. C. ha:
restored' many afflicted ones to perfect health
as an evidence of which be has innumerable cer.
titivates. Speaking of the treatment, a physi•
eian remarks t It is evident that inhaling—con.
stantly breathing an agreeable, healing vapor
the medicinal properties must come in direct cow
tact with the whole of the atrial cavity or the
lungs, and tutus escape the many and varied
changes produced upon them when introduced
into the stomach. mad subjeeted to the proves,
of digestion. The Ilygeamt us for sale at till the
druggists' thronahout the country.
New Jork Dutchman or Jan. 14.
'l'ho Inhaler is worn On the brett;it under the
linen without the least inconvenience—the heat
of the body being sufficient to evaporate the
Hundreds of CASES of CURES like the fid.
lowing 'night bo named. Ono Package of Hp
gamut has owed me of the ASTHMA or :6
Jas. F. lieraberry, P. M. of Duneatmon, Pa.
I xm cured of the ASTHMA el' to years
standing by Dr. Curtis' Ilygeana.
Margaret &won. Bronklgn, N. Y.
Price three lb/Hors o l'ockiiffc,—:Nold by
(Tli fig & PERKINS ioid 110114 & PAUL,
No. 149 elnonin, Si., N. Y.-4 packitgre. sent
free by expre44 to any Hurt of the United State./
fur Ten Dollar-,
N. B.—Dr. Curtis' Hvgenne le. the ORIGI
NAL, and ONLY tIENUINE ARTIBLE. nll
'iii. • - nre hume imitation+ or vile and INJURI
OUS counterfeits. Shun them you would
Sept. 20. 1054 —ly.
REEVE L. -KNIGHT• '
Bedding and Carpet
No. 148 South Second Strut,
FIVE 000110 ABOVE Pritrek: BREET, P1111..A.
Where he keeps constantly on hand a full assort
ment of every article in his line or business.
Feathers, Feather Beds,
PATENT SPRING MATTRESSES,
Curled Hair, Mass, torn //ask and Straw
Velvet Tapestry, Taptstry, trussils, Three-Ph
Ingram, rrnetian, List, Ray and Hemp
Carpotings, Oil Cloths, Canton Matlings,
Coctut and Spanish Miming., Floor nod Stair
Draggers, Hearth Rugs, Door Mats,
TABLE AND PIANO COVERS.
To which he respectfully invites the attention
of purchasers. [Oct. 4, '54.-ty.
ALL KINDS OF
SLAM dAlta kza`ti",C,l
JOB PRINTING ,
SUCH AS BILLS, CIRCULARS,
PROGRAMMES, CARDS, &C.,
And all Kinds of Legal Blanks,
Used by . Magistrates & Others,
Printed at the JOURNAL OFFICE.
JUST received a beautiful assortment of Scol
iped and Plain Velvet Ribbons, by •
J. & W. 8AXT.07.1.
0 BARRELS Roo Ilurring.jut roTivedmiti
fbr irnß rre •wree. r.4* (yr./. qwp+.7.
«w ~~i'D ~: ;t''
& W. SAXTON,
j,ho rectivell frous'plat die
Ati,t riosiortitient of
t r 03320'
over hi this iiisqe. vrGioshh
For the Ladles.
we. home Pleiff Worsted Plai h , sod 'Miry
variety ofglad(' good., to plea-e the ta.re of the
Ladies.' Al.o, Shawl. Seel , log FlAntiel4. lion•
tier Sitk., and the finest e..ortment o'
Under.sleevem, fiiiimazetts, &e., ere , .
uttered to the litiliea of thi. place.
Boots and Shoes,
of every variety, fbr Men and Boys, Ladles
Shoes, of every variety.
Mars and Caps,
of the very hoist and best styles.
of which we always keep the largest and boat aa
sortment ever kept in this place.
a magnificent assortment, which we are selling
are a little np, but we are determined to gall as
low if not lower, than any other howte,accortling
oni•qtnek of Oil Cloths and Carpels
is grand, TWO, iltldiCtg, Willow Ware, and
everything usually kept in a country store.
In tart we have everything to suit the taste of
all, nit it lower prices than can lie got at any
other house in town, if you don't Le satisfied of
thefuetulter colling.theft we give tip.
We also, FISH, SALT. PLASTER.
and ale, receive and eture Grain, us usual.
Sept. 27, 1854,
Real Estate Agency.
The urdrr, i~_in'l fins est;bli,hal an ag,ney
rd. 7' and Ptirchwst of Reid Estate in
I! • • !,,a eminty.
to sell or purelinse eau
- , !,cishin
.lition of t
tjunlity, ft Ild tt;11718. •
engaze in this agency on such terms as
cannot be objected to.
The Ayent has the thcility of making the
property extensively known.
We now have some very desirable land which
we 41fET vu easy terms. * WM. BREWSTER.
Notice to School Directors and
1111.: Sehool I)ireenn, of the following. mimed
School DiAttiet,, ore hereby notified that I will
oleo them nt the pine mid time de,ignated, for
;he purpose of examining. teach., and granting
September sth. at Alexandria. to examine ap
-0;,:mt,4 for the schools of Porter township.
N. lt.—Tho-t. Districts which have neglected
to make out their yearly report, would corder a
firer by ;mewling to it immediately. The Di
rector, of the wveral Districta, .41000 give we
coitrettlem time tit meet them,
Teat.lier4 mar he examined At any time pra•
seating eeriitimites at good moral eharAeter tints
the Huard at Diem:tura of the District in winch
titer are applyint,
('olden Of ille Shot Laws and ileeisiei
he liartii•lledto Pireetors by ealliDg at tit
'esident.e 1111 NlilHitt Ittreet, itt the
.1. S. 11.‘1111...(10. Kt
. 118titingflt.8, Augu•t :10, 1854,
jkar Employment. -11,A1
$5OO to $l,OOO a Tear.
A CHANGE TO MA.; MONET AND 13,
nook Agents Wanted
rrliE gnhseri;.er n of
1 vnina , le l'ictorial Books. verY Pfn' ,ll,l, 1 . 1
snvh influence rho •••••iln
jr,o/pr•-timftio il for their Inf,
ifsp"ko men of enterprise and ta.. ....
, offers an opportunity tin profitable eon,'
cat seldfan to be intoith.
tvi,lang to engage in their Fills,
will reee;ve promptly by to, it. n (7irenint• eon
ininia: purti,mlar4, with ••I)ireetiong to per
son..ii,posed lia art 05 lk,nt,t." ta:ether with
the ,cane on n.hicii ,bets will be fnrni.liell, by
H.l,ll,ssitig the ',W....ri11.,
11011E1iT SEA Itti.
Cr IN PRESS, mid ilie
1.. t 00.0., 18) , , "Sears'
!Description of the Russian Umpire:
Fur I urther 1.4, lOW% e.
CENTRAL ACADEMY, Airy View,
rilBCll TOM T'alle . n. Juniata
Im Fall Se,sion will commence on 31oni,t r,
OCTOBER 2.1354. Whole expenses of board,
tuition, room, fuel, washing and iu. I lcutal. wn
rie, from $5l to $57 per st.,,ion a 22 week,—
VilPiltioll4 from the kt t o t h e 15th ,if April. xutt
from the !nth of nuns, to the ln,t of Sept.
1.',4 further sci, circulars, or uddreia
(poet-imid) either of tie
DAVID ‘I"II.SUN, A. M.
Aug. 30, '51.-21u. Purt Royal V. 0,
Land for Sale.
TRACT OF LAND siimite in Germany
Viilley, heat Shirlerslinrg. liiintingdon co.,
containing about 123 'Acres, the greater fart
of which it !imam'', in it good tilde of enltien
tion, bininded by lands of George Swine and An
drew Spanogle. JOHN LOTTS.
June 21, 1854.
J. SIMPSON At RICA.
Yk `'N .712121. Y,
J. F. ItAmai
()[lit,. with DAsart. AFerrA. street
het /wt. •11itittr,,ittiery and Smith Rill...Mß. !hut.
'VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY
At Private Sale.
'II I S property i. mate on Stone
Creek. idiom 9 miles north of
Huntingdon, Pa. The mill is in
good r bag 3 run orhurra,
Ake, w good Saw Mill and I.nth ; 6,d
dwelling howl: for the miller. Al,O,
290 Acres of Land,
about 125 Acres of which ie 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 llouati, in a good stand
fur a store, but now unoccupied. Alai', a large
orchard of choice fruit.
The prom.rty is under a lea , e for four years
from the lot nest April, at $635 a year.
Fur thriller information cull on the subscriber
Sept. 27, 's4.—tr.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
I , IIIS property is simoto on Stone
Creek, about 12 miles north of f iZ7.•
llonting•lon, Pa. It is in good or-ig,_
der, mid 'dent,• of ore within 2 4.1
s tine wood country when. 1,
got readily, awl shout -too ACRES of LA :\
This property is now idle, and possession eon
be given at any time.
Any further inform HI Mn ran he had ho rol
ling with tleorge Couch, IlmttioLnion , ur Wary
Supt. 27, Is34.—e.
1270 IRE PII
D ESII;(711 , 1.1.1( inform. the VitIACIIS of
Stotlei,town, Coal Mont, Hopewell, atnil the
country adjacent, that he has located a Medical
Office in the house formerly occupied by Lemuel
Evans. Esq., and is now ready to attend to all
calls, and by strict attention to business, hops*
to receive a good portion of public km'.
1 4 .1+termbrsr 0, 11154%-Iy.
ish of Hitu-