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AUGUST TERM, 1865.
TRIAL LlST.—Firet Week.
Christian COllltfl VS John Hilderbrand.
J. 11. Wolverton's atini'm vs J. Entrekin's Ears,
James MeCauly ts AI. Crownover,
U. l‘fylinger vs P. Livingston.
S. S. Woods' Ututrd'ils ,; Benjamin Leon.
Sterrett L Potter fot use J. Alexander, Gar.
J. Simpson Africa vs D. Flonner, et al.
Hirst for Caldwell vs Daniel Africa.
Joshua Johns vs Blair, Robinson & Cu.
N e W. Shaver vs Penna. IC R. Co.
Horatio 'Prexler & Co. vs J. & %V. Sexton.
Adolphus Patterson v.s Jl,llll DE , CIIOIII,3CII.
Sterling & Alexander V 3 Bracken Stitt & Co.
John Stewart vs John Love.
J. H. Les vs Caldwell & Hoover.
Thos. Vaughan vs
%Vattertuan & Young vs Jno. Jamison.
Robert Ashton, fanner,
Isaac Buck farmer, Warriormaik.
Jeremiah Brown, farmer. Smithfield.
Enoch Chiloot°, filmier, Ted.
adman Coulter, laborer, Walker.
Panic! Conrad, farmer, Franklin.
Thomas Duffey, farmer, Springfield. •
David Foster, farmer, Hopewell.
Jacob Grove, farmer, Penn.
James (twin, gentleman, Henderson.
Andrew Grub, farther, Penn.
Andrew Huey, farmer, Brady.
Solomon Hamer, miller, Jackson.
James Heeler, fanner, Tod.
John Harper Esq, J. I'. Barrer.
Peter Varnish, farmer, nom ris.
Adam Legord, fanner, Porter.
Henry Nell, merchant, West.
John Porter Esq, filmier, Henderson. .
Carnes Patterson, laborer, Porter.
leury S. Swoupe, fanner ' Walker.
fhmeno Stewart, fanner, Berme.
eoVgq 'fate, Mannfitetarer Franklin.
Elias I'. Wilson Esq., coach maker Cass.
TRAVERSE JURORS.—First Week.
f homes Atelerson, farmer. Tud.
Ilenry Brewster, metehatd, Shirley.
amesTfaker, meson, Springfield.
John Brewster, fume,', Shirley.
jam. Burl; et, Cromwell.
Isaac Bowers, fernier, Penn.
John Brown, Springfield. •
Morris Ctth.hall fanner, Springfield.
William W. Campbell, fernier, Tell.
A. B. Crewitt, gentlionnil, Henderson.
',tine Cool:, Esq., I'. Tod.
A lexantler•Carman, hierchnnt, Henderson
Joseph P. Curiman, Cass •
Main Cann'', mechanic, Morris.
Joint "try:.. , t,:.":irliv.
James I. farmer, firmly.
Benjamin C matins, Eimer, I I cuderson.
Fleury Gration, farmer, Porter,
John Grafi., Griner, Wnrriormark.
John G aghagan, earpenter, Porter.
James Harper, clerk, Cromwell.
Nathan T. Dorton, farmer, Tod.
James Hight, laborer, Lfolemm.
Joh., Lot; lci...hall I. telt
William S. Lyon,
Abraham lw; ..f , ; .s.
Jonathan K. M. t • • , i:•
itario r'. Porter, ,rrin •r,
.I..scph Park, farmer, Cass.
William Piper., laborer, 'Vest.
'William PeightaLlarmer, West.
John Piper, carpenter, Porter.
George Boland, farmer, Union,'
ThmoasA. Smelker, Ihrmor,
Michael Smith, farmer, Morris.
David Thompson, theorem, I lenders..
Thomas Teague, eapenter, Dublin.
Isaac Wolverton, Artuly.
Jonathan It. \Yasuo, armor, West.
George Wakefield, farmer, Shirley.
\Valiant Wry, farmer, Warriormark.
Eli Wakefield, farmer, Brady.
Jacob Mussel, farmer, llopewell.
TRAVERSE JURORS.—Seeonil Week.
Caleb Armitage, termer, Henderson.
John Anderson, farmer, Prim, .
Isaac Proreinan, fernier, Porter.
Jacob Beck, former, Warriormark.
Benjamin Brumbaugh, farmer, Penn.
William Campbell, farmer, Tell.
'lobe Coulter, laborer, Walker. -
Benjamin Corbin, farmer, West.
David Colestock, farmer, freedom),
• John Campbell, farmer, Jackson.
William Dean, farmer, Union.
James Decor, farmer, Crum well.
Andrew Dieflenbach, machinist, Henderson.
Allen Edwards, manufacturer, Tod.
Daniel Flenner, farmer, Walker.
Gicsinger, farmer, Walker.
Robert Giverilvfarmer, Walker.
John Grove Sr, farmer, Penn.
Jacob Heffner, farmer, Penn.
John Hirst, ?armor, Barter.
Jacob ITerneane, farmer, Porter.
Enoch Isenberg, fanner, Porter.
Joseph Isenberg, carpenter, Walker.
George Mills, farmer, Tell.
William McAteer, farmer, Warriormark.
Solomon Houck, farmer, Penn.
Joseph Reed, farmer, West.
John Snyder, Lock•tunder, Henderson.
fl corre Scott, farmer, flame.
Jules :Thank, wagon maker, Warriormark.
Abram Showalter, farmer, Cass.
Ephraim Thompson, harmer, Union.
John Wolters, forerun,
Daniel S. Whittaker, Hinter, Union
Samuel P Wallace, farmer, Morris.
William Moore, merchant, Porter.
WllmmAs by a precept to me directed, dated
at Huntingdon, the Clith day of April,
A. D. 1833, under the , hands and seals of the
lion. George Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, Oyer and Tenniner,und ix ,
al jail delivery of the 24th judicial district et'
sylvan is composed of 11 I: ming:don, Blair and Cam
bria, nod the Hon. Thomas 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
dietinents made or taken for or concerning all
crimes, which by. the laws of the State are made
capital felonies of death and other offences
crimes and misdemeanors, which have bee. r.
shall hereafter he committed or perpetrated for
crimes aforesaid—l am commandod to undo
lic proclamation throughout my 'whole bailiwick
that a Court of Oyer aad Terminer, of Common
Pleas and Quarter sessions, gill Lo held at the
Court Mouse in the Borough of Huntingdon, on
the second Monday (and 13111 slay) of August,
next, and those who trill prosecute the said prt
alas be then and them to prosecute them as it
shall he just, awl that all Justices of the roam
Coronet, end Consrables within said county be
then and them in their proper persons, in 10
o'clock, A. AI. of ,aid day, with their records, in
quisitions, examinations and remembrances, to
du those things which to their offices respectfu lly
Dated at Huntingdon the 20th day of April,
in the year of our Lord 15.33, and the 79th
year of American Independence.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff.
300 BUS. Corn for : solo by
G HAM & DUNN.
Thrush Shad turd line Ilerrings just receive,' by
GLIAI'I DUNN .& .
ba:t re..ciro! 31,1 (:1' 1 1.
I ) 4OCLIMATION.
WHEREAS, by a precepttnli; directed by
v V the Judges of the Common Pleas of the
county of linntingflun, bearing test the 20th day
of April, 1855, I ant commanded to make
Public Proclamation throughout my whole baili
wick, that a Court of Common Pions will be
held in the Court House in the Borough of Hun
tingdon, on the third Monday (and 20th day) of
August, A. 1)., 1855, for the trial WWI. homes in
said Court which remain undetermined before the
said Judges, when and where all jurors, witnesses
and suitors, in the trial of all issues tee required
. _ _
Dated at Huntingdon, the 20th day of April,
in the year of our Lord 1855, and the 70Th year
of American Independence.
JOSHUA GREENLAND, Sheriff.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons inter
voted, that the following named persons have
settled their accounts ha Cite Begioter's 01licc, at
Huntingdon, and that the said accounts will he
presented for confirmation :and allowance, at an
Orphans' Court, to he held at Hun.tingdon, in
and for said county of H o
untingdon, n Wednes.
day the 15th day August next to wit:
I. George Borst & Peter Burka, Executors
of the last Will and Testament of Daniel Neff,
late of Went township, dec'd.
2. jail 11. Civen, surviving Executor of the
last Will and Testament of Margaret Entrokin,
late of Penn township, dec'd., (and interest ac
count to accompany the same.
3. Account of the Administration of the Es
tate of Margaret Entrekin, dee'd., by Thomas
Enycart, Esq., deed. (ono of her Executors
tiled hy) James E. Glasgow, Esq., one el the
Administrators of said Thos. Enyeart, deed and
Interest accompanying the same.
4. Hance R. Campbell, Administrator of
James C.tmphell, late of Shirley township deed.
5. Jacob Eby & Samuel MeVitty, Adminis
trate. of David Eby, late of Shirley township
0. Gecirge Guyer, Jr., Ailmini,trator of lien.
jamin Nearbool, lute or IVnr:iurim:u•k town.
_ . . .
i.'lleury Brewster, Esq., Administrator of
Dawton C. Someday, Into of Shirley township
S. John Oaks, Acting Exenutor of James
Tally late of Jackson township, dcc'd
9. James 1). Alyton, William Alyton &
Joins, Stewart, Administrators of J. W. Mytun
lam of Jackson ti , wnship, deed.
10. Jonathan I'. Roberts & Edward It Rob
erts, Executors id the latit Will and Testament
or William Roberts, Into of West township
H. Moses Greenland, Acting Executor of
Nathan Grcenhuul , late of Cass township deed.
12. Final account of Margaret Newell, Exec
utrix of the last Will and Testament of Andrew
Newell, late of West township, deed.
13. Ann Miller, Executrix of Joseph Miller,
late of Barret: township, deed.
11. Elizabeth Boren, Executrix of Zachariah
Boron, lute of union township, deed.
15. John Speck, Administrator of John Gar
het', Into of Walker township, deed.
1.8. Benedict. -Stevens Rsq., Administrator of
Samuel Hoelienberry,l7ite of Springfield town
17. .lanies Chamberlain, Adeliaistralcir of
'artin Gates, late til township, dee'd.
IC. The Trust Allheount of Peter Sillier, one
ol the 'Executors of William Lain!, late of l'or
ter township, deed.
19. Samuel Jl. Stewart. AdminiFirator of
al. Lew', Burchfield, (Inardien of the Minor
Children of Pat iersun,
dl. James ' 11 , tardian et Litactia l'at
ter.un (kaii:cily Lucretia 51inor
of .Motac, it uf fall
:! minor Sun of Silo • 7.!
Saingel 11,. : -
• . ,
• 27:. Vc.6;,
Executor• ofJolin Wall, late o 1• \Vest township,
26. The Supplemental Account of James
Saxton, ActinExecutor of the brut Will cut
Testament of R illlate Foster, late of Weir ton
ship, deed. HENRY GLAZIER,
Iluuting,lon, July IS, '55. 5
I) virate of writs oi' Vetul.'l:xp., end firs
I'a., issued out of llto Court of Comns,n
liens °I - Huntingdon County, and to me directed,
I will expose at public sale of tits Court Homo in
borough of Huntingdon. on ll• “haesthty the 13111
day. rf August next, at 10 o'clock, A. 141., of said
day, the following described Real Estato, to wit
Alt that certain plantation, tract, piece or par-.
ccl of lamb situate in Shirley Township, Hun
tingdon county, cast of Ifrokes Ferry, adjoining
the Juniata river, lands of John Sharrer, And
rew Pollock's heirs and others, containing one
hundred awl seventy six acres or.- thereabouts,
on part of which the town of Mt. Union is laid
Out, excepting mid excluding from the said levy
the ground now in the possession of the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company, and the following town
lots il . the recorded plan of said town of Mt.
Unioilrbeing numbered respectively t Numbers
3,4, 5 9, 11, 1220,
, 13, 18, 19, 21, 22, 24,1, 2.
7, 10,13, 10, 23, 8,9, 14, 17, 33, a n d 74.—and
the lot of ground in the purees-ion of the Meth
odist Episcopal Church and tat whiclust Meeting
Iluu+c r: muds and the following lets which sours
1 I", Exp., to wit: Lott No. 58
~,! t: . .1. AlcEllieny and Lots No.
and r_o John Bare and Lots No. 93,
and ad to Gea. IV. Speer.
Seized, taken in exeention, and. to be 2,1.1 as
the property ofJohn Dougherty.
A tract of land in Dublin township, Hunting
don county, situated on the road leading from
Burnt Cabins to Shad.) Gap SI bounded by lands
of William 13ratton on the north, George Kelley,
on the cast, Abraham Long on the south, John
Atkinson on the west containing two hundred
acres more or less with about sixty acres clear
ed, Roving thereon erected a two story log
house & log barn with an orchard of good bear
ing apple & peach trees & a spring of nover !Idl
ing water. . .
73ciseil taken in execution ntni to Ito sold as
t h e p roper ty ofjohn 11' son
Linglimn. The interest of said (locos:tea being
is t h e hands of Daniel 'fugue Esq., his.
, .•, , • • , ,•
A IGt, of land situate in Franklin tp., Hunting
don county, bounded on the south by the Juni
n.r.t tiro, on the west by Dr. A. MePherran and
on the north b y Abraham Weight, containing
thirteen ,terms, rote or less, on whi ch are erect
ed two dwelling Mimes, and astable,one of the
house: ncu stnvy wentherboared and pain
ted white, the other house ono story and adialf
Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold us
the property of Jeremiah Wagner.
J kill UA G EENLAND,
Shorties Office, Z &trig:
"Who bows to all who cuter in,
Anil whilst he kindly smooths the skin,
(dives ease and condbrt to the chin ?
Who renovates your long-tailed blue,
Likewise your pants and vests too,
And makes old clothes look rho new ?
"Who keeps his razors height and keen,
And shaves his customers no clean,
They look like youths of seventeen
Huntingdon and Broad Top Slutvinz Solo. o,
occupied Gy Joseph Dowlitt and Pro,*essor Stir•
rcl, where they will bu, found at all times to
awcatoodate and 'renovate' all who may favor
them with a call. We will 'shave you and take
oif your beard easy. Theu walk right alon',
don't be afraid.
July 11, 1856-11 u.
visit, Salt, nester, Nails, Iron and Steel, ell
I! Mints of country produce taken in exchange
fur Goods at the S.v) of
J.:< W. SAXTON.
1 eras., a:::1 v.tt
TRAINS WINO EAR,
Mail T. Ex. 'l'. E. T. Ex. T.
Train leaves P.M. P.M. P.M. A.M.
Petersburg, 2.45 9.07 3.52
Huntingdon, 3.02 9.22 4.09
Mill Creek, 3.15 9.33 4.18
Mt. Union, 3.33 9.47 4.31
Tmtms Como Wits,
Train leaves P.M P.M. A. IL A.M.
Mt. Union, 4.16 7.12 6.20 6,20
Mill Crock, 4.33 7.25 0.39 0.39
Huntingdon, 4.48 7.39 0.52 0.25
Petersburg, 5.03 7.49 7.07 7.05
Whig County Convention,
Inasmuch a, the tnembers or the
Committee failed to meet at lit t',
place rcgmted, to determine th^ it
duct prop, to be adopted in th, ,
of political affairs, and as I ha, ;o.
right nor the desire. to decide that tinc,tion I
have thought it my duty as chairman of the
County Committee to give notice that the Whigs
of the several townships and boroughs in the
county of Huntingdon, if they see proper, will
mect tin heretofore at the usual time and place
of holding such meetings, on Sitta , ta.y. the 1 1t/
ring of August next, aril dent NT) delegate , '
from each district to moot in convention in the
borou . !,;11 of Huntingdon on Taming, the 1111 k
day of August 1873, at 2 o'clock, in the after
noon to make the proper county nominations
or not an to them may seem best.
July IS, Ifi'ds C'hoiratem.
NEW COAL BANK & COKE YARD.
Persons wishing the above article', ur either
of them, will du well to call nn the subscriber,
near Plane No. 4 Portage Rail Head, where they
can obtain n good article and at n low priee.—
There is a good way of shipping the article:,
either by Pennn. Rail Road, or by Public Im
provements. Poisons nt distance con 91.tain
the above articles by addressing the subscribe ,
at Hemlock., Cambria Consty, Pa.
July 18, 1553-2 m.
DAVID W. FuX,
L( L pVT:',Zr,(7I,
embracing every variety to
in Bowen, New York and Philadelphia—the
soloteriber has just received and ollet, for sale
extremely low. Ills stock of STATIONARY
to of groat valid) , owl superior quality as fol
lows :—Foolscaps, Letter, Note owl Wrapping
Paper. Envelopes of every kind ; Cold and
Steel Pens, Portmonios, Pocket Books . , Pen
Knives Pocket Knives, he. School Books of
every kind used in the country., n t wholesale and
. - -
1000 PIECES WALT. I'AP.EII or the
Intrvt and prettiest sty/er•ieFt
^,lrNl end for sale at Philadelphia retail isirireq.
All ;he above 'storlt the public will teal it to
to their inter^st to rilll roil ei,nminel.filltre
pereltashrt elsewhere, es lie is ilettirrtineil to
to every. el,rtralor.
c'. W. 'ii' 77, .; ':, .1 ." 7' Xi (i.
atr - .1.:, , ',;.. ~'._, .. ..•:.5 . :(. _ Lair TA. .fi....,
• :111. ,
v. ill ho ,:•". • ' •
.. ~t;tl ..
1 TOTICII is hereliy given that the partnership
lictwei, the undersign
ed (trivling nniler the firm of Ciotch
is this day dissolved by motiml mmsent. The
hooks of said firm are in the hands of David
Dann with whom nil concerned will please to
niche immediate settlement.
DA V 11) oDUNN.
April If, 1835-tf.
par.crship heretofore existing. between
Des. Brown and Hagerty is this day by mu
tnalconsent dissolved. _
AU persons knowing iheinselvos indebted to
the snid firm, will please call and settle their
accounts without delay.
IT. L. ItItOWN
J. IL lati Eltl Y.
Match 27 1 P,ll—t
MTH: undersigned v to intimn his friends
.11 and the public generally that ho has moved
hi; shop to the building of And. Harrison, for
merly vet upicd by him as Collector's office,
Where Lc intends carrying on the Tailoring
business on such terms as will not fail to give
satisfaction to all that may favor hint with their
He wishes to return thanks for the liberal pa
tronage heretofore received and hopes by strict
attention to business to merit a continuance of
the same. ENOS 11. KULP.
April to, 11855-tf.
...,,sc• DR. J. IL .GEWITT, Surgeon
Demist, respectfully oars his
professional services to dame nho
may wish operations on die teeth. °Mee with
Dr. Hewitt, Alexandria, Iluntingden CO., l'a.
April 10, 1855-Btn . .
T08;181 D05.1114L,0 SS, in illeConnelliTtown
has constantly on hand, ready made rifles,
and is prepared to make and repair Goes ()Call
kinds at the shortest notice.
.April 23, 1855-Iy,
1)r. llnutz ant AVni. Cratinq, having fitritt
it 1110(1in:11 partnership, under the title of
tiantz Grafitts, offer their professional servi
ce to Ow citizens of Alexandria, and the sur
fi;rinerly nccnpied by Dr. Houtz.
WA!. GI:A 111 US, N. D.
June 97 , 1855.-,3m
ETTEILS 01 AiLniniinno ion on tho estate of
lie.n•gu 11,1,1,11, hoe of tatv town
-1:1111[111,1,7 1•11111, !Wen . I,l,llded
(8, tho ItadCreigg.A i•V 1111, - idegi , tel . S:dd C.ll
- All personsintluhted ill Said 055550 frill 11111kC
Saitlealent, and all persons Issuing
claims will present 1110111 duly authenticated Cur
REBECCA HUDSON, Adiu'x.
JOAN HUDSON, A.lner
Throe SpriugA, July -I, 1F , ;,-60
W PEAT by the builiel and Flour ny thp harrul
fur Sail) at the ellelp new :itkiro
Tv:lEn APPLES, peeled mi.l Impeded just
- 11 - , recsivetl and 1,1,111,, by
DIJIZE lyldteLeml.io:d ro..rivrd mid for .1u
[by CUNNtNGHAM rr
ljorse Shoo And Kul rod iron, ju,i received
nand fui sale by
CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
CROCKERY -A well-solectokl lot or Earthen
Wae, for talc by
CUNNINGHAM & nUNN.
N ail, zpikev. A ~ eneral assnvonent
etrigNlNaii.lM & DUNN
AYErrs CATHARTIC PI !
PILLS THAT ARE PILLS!
I'IZOF. 11AYES, State Cluno;,t. of Ma,
says they are the best or ,Ii :w
-nexed are the men who ectlily :hat 1)1..
knows, viz :
LEMUEL SHA W, Chief Just Surrtilic
EM MX WA !,;11111:11N, CD ,
W. (:. i ', Lieut. C .v.
Enwmti) EvEnE'rr, VEL6'CP,Ls
Selthtt, of U. S.
nolulirr C. WINTHROP, House
Rep., U. S. A.
minfyrr LAWRENCE , Pot, to
MEN THAT A IZE MEN
Among the di ranee lid; Pill ha, cured as
tonishing rapidity, wo may nenti.
Costiveness, Camp'aims, IZltetunati,m,
Dropsy, I learthurn, Beallache al,;eg 11,1 t a And
Stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, 'A turbid ina,tion
tithe Bowels, nail pain drisint; therelimn,
Lo, Appetite, all li 1. erons and C.v.:,
!icons tliFtsvel, which require .1., evacuant Med
icine, Scrofula or Kit,,.4's hy
purifying the Wood and stintin,.•ing the ,intent,
rare many Complaints which it tr 0,11.1 not he sun
pnzed they could reach ; such tie Deatnes,, Par
tial Blindness, Neuralgia and Nervotta Debility
Derangements afthe Liver not Kidneys, Clout,
and other kindred complaints, afising front 3 low
state ail ' .; body, or obstructions of its Itl
hey nrthe host Pergltive Akin° ever di,
covered, and you will but need nie them once
to know it.
Premed by t
and sold by every re ,ist in New
SON, Hew:. al Pa., Ill:.
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11‘ Co. NVaterstreeL
and by ell d '
I'mIt:111'1110a Plagislt ales
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Bert:11,1o,, ntnr, foil, anti ~ :npreliensive
Indox. By llo:,ert NVrigin, Esq. In ulid
thick ()CLIVo vultillie. Nice Mil)"
STROUD AM) 11111611TIWS PIIIIDON'S
DIGEST.-1700 to 135%
A Digest ofthe Law; el Pcnrsylvania, front
the real One Irltoitsend Seven llntult•ed. t Ole
Eighth day of May, One 11nm:clod
Bred and biffy. The First Fear ' the
late John 1'm...10n, Esq. 'll le Filth. •'.
ends, by the lion. George M. film:
Edition, with Alargittal . , ot
Notes to the Judicial Decision.; •.: :s
-leets ; n I)igested Syllabus ni
New, Fell, and Exhaustive In.: :.
irk O. Esq., Author t,••. , 1 • at
the Law of Coots," "Equity •r , • • . • 1. , •
"Nisi l'oins Reports," Editor of
&e. Ono thick lioyal Soo.
eirrhe locals and permanent v.dito s .
don's Digest arts preseeved by tba publi, , tbot
annually urn Digest of the Laws enacted each
year. These annset/ Digests are arranged in pre
cise conformity to the plan of l'ordon' Dig,
They are, rach of lima, republished annually
are connected together by a Cencral Index (pre
pared anew earls vests.) which embraces the con
tents or the Laws al ouch rear since the publica
tion of Teflon's Digest, In one alphabet ; and
are hound up s‘ Purdon's l/igest, end also
Tim.: the purchaser of Pardon's Digest will al
ways be in possession .4 • the complete body or.
the Statute Laws l'ennsylvania down to the
very hour when he purchases it. Those who 1 1
have itlready puralota.,l l'urdon's Digest may al-
Way:, complete it to date l'or the meal! sum or
y 1 - 5157, the price °la Vklittlee Cillltahlite; till
the annual Digests issued since the lit, publica
tion of the present edition of Modatt's
as heretofore stated
KAY 6: nnoTriEu
LAW BO , V,SELLI:IZS AND
17 6.1!l Fijih
I , irst Store nlofive
1.17 - oi,lors nr letters of ry roc La‘v Book,
from Ow 1.5 , 11101 S to.
An Iniprovemeta worthy of the l're
Annum &. FOOTE'S
PATENT WASHING MACHINE.
citizen of the ('ontmnntvealth, with one of
these superb articles, rick., ledt:etl by ; %11 who
113vo them in use, and by every on, who ll,to (eS
-1.1 (11011, to ha superior to anything of the hind
ever brought before the public.
me made Ur the best in:aerial, tinier the
supervision of the subscriber, who k prepared
to deliver theta at any point in this or the adjoin
ing coMilieS. inachine posso.o4 many ad
railing,: over any other of the kind, from the
ram, that it in no manner wears the clothing,
uses less coup, and is easier worked.
The price ranges from Fix to seven dolhn•.,
The ;Ithscritte'r' zr.o.r.on, this ntac•hit to give
entire ,atiatetiam If it (Ines not du everything
he sap, no ellarge will he made. A trial is
carne,tly invited and perfect satisfaction war
ramed. A strong recommendation lur the ma
cidae is the number already sold.
And• person who wishes IWO of these at 1k
can lie accommodated by thldressing
Huntingdon Ce., l'a.
F.TTEIZS of Admit; rot ;t t p a d 1,, a
j tetl to the untler.,,nett, mt the etilate t,f
Into of tho borough ii Itaatia,y,
don, 0,011., all per:teas latielabil will make im
mediate payment. anti those having claims will
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In the tin' great tiado lode, in Nen , Yt.rk,
am! ono, and sold by Ilzo
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sail...ring, by sm.ling them io I;,.rtio whence
no Ira \ \der rentri,.
T.\ NI: P.tit ; u t,.t n Nor tr,.--Young men \ who
hacu initt..ed Ihcrosolves by a cell:tin pr. tiee in
dol,ed in when almle—a habit rteilacialy learned
rrum evil cempaniims, rr st eltects
of which are nightly belt, even when asleep, and
if nut cured renders marring, imp,.
stroys both mind and body.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his
country, and the darling or his Parents slithtiti he
snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of
lire by the consequence °Nevi:dim:from the path
or nature and indulging in a vermin secret habit.
Surl: persona betbre contemplating 'Marriage,
should reflect that a sound mind and body are
the :aest necessary requisites to promote (mu
happitteS,i Withent these, the
heconm: a weary pilarin,
• ,•, , ,pect hourly fathers. to the view:
,r corns shadowed with despair, and III:
wi, ..], melancholy reflection, that the
• • with net. own.
• . .1 all . :• 1-a,l
youth, vie: I I.intbs,
itt the I t•• 1. Loss of
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3 ear to year in that e,
for ono day to feel the happy tit,•l e)talltat,ot lona•
corn incident to the enjoyment health
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anti buoyancy of F 1 ,1 1 .11,, rapidly, wed apparent , a
beeon, a lor I.le,
wife, with frame etatteintrti, 1111,11?,,
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