Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, February 13, 1856, Image 3

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    MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
An Improvement Ivotlity of the Pro-
gressive Age.
ALDRICH & FOOTE'S
PATENT WASHING MACHINE
rplIE subscriber is prepared to furnish every
uitizen of the Commonwealth with one of
*ems superb articles, acknowledged by all who
have theta in use, and by every one who has tes
ted them, to bo superior to anything of the kind
ever brought before the public.
They are made of the best material, under the
supervision of the subscriber, who is prepared to
deliver them at any point in this or the adjoining
counties. This machine possesses many advan
tages over any other of the kind, from the fact,
that it in no manner wears the clothing, use less
soap, and is easier worked.
The price ranges from six to seven dollars.
The subscriber warranty this machine to give
entire satisfaction. It it does.not do everything
he sap, no charge will be made. A trial is ear
nestly invited sod perfect satisfaction warranted.
A strong recommendation for the machine is
the number already sold.
Any person cotta wishes one of these articles,
can be alcommudated by addressing'
B. J. WILLIAMS,
Alexandria, Hunt. Co., Pa.
Jan. 1,1856. May 30, 1855.—ty
HENRY W. OVERMAN,
No. 6, South Third Street,
PHILADELPHIA.
Importer of French Calf Skins ;
MANUFACIIUNkR AND OENLIt.
Itta4llll,la 1a2.1111.
Has Constantly on Hand, and Always
Finishing, all kinds of
Leather, Morocco, CalfSkins,Sheep
Skins, ikc ,
The attention of Country Merchants and Man
ufacturers, is solicited.
RED AND OAK SOLE LEATHER.
January 2, 1g511.--iy.
DEPARTMENT OF cOMMoN scllong OF
YLeiti`i . traPl2 - 1111A,>
HAttnisnrno, January 2Mt, 1356.
To the School _Wreck. of Huntingdon Comity.
G Var.! x:—A ppl ication having been made
by the Boards of Directors of majority of the
School Districts in Huntingdon County, stating
their desire to increase the Salary of the Connty
Superintendent of said County you arc re•
spectfully requested to tneet in Convention at
the Court House, in HOOLIOgrIOII, on ThUraday
the 28th day of February 1856, at three o'clock
in the afternoon, for the purpose shove stated,
according to the terms of the Eighth section of
the Supplement to the School Law, apppoved
tho sth day of May, 1855.. _
Ver.) Respectfully Yours,
A. G. CURTIN,
Superintendent of Conamon Schools.
Jan. 30, x856.-3t.
To Iron Manufacturers.
rpbe subscriber has recently discovered an ore
L bank which will yield an abundant supply oh
Iron Ore.—This Ore Bank icon usmall tract el
laud (belonging to thesubscriber) containing a
bout twenty acres—situated in Walker Town
ship, about one mile and three quarters from the
station on the Broad Top Railroad, near Mc-
Connollstown.
Specimens of the ore may bo seen in Rent•
inudun at the Ticket office of the Penna. Cen•
trot Railroad.
The subscriber will either sell or lease the
bore tract of land.
JOAN LEE
January 2, 1822.
HUNTINGOON COBIHEIICIAL SCHOOL.
There has been opened in tinnlall Ibrmerly oc
cupied by the “Sons of Temperance in tho
Borough of Huntingdon, a School under the a
hove title, in which ' is proposed .to he given a
thorough course of Instruction and Practice in
Single turd Double Entry Book-Keeping. Also
lectures on Commercial Law, will he given in
regular course, by the most talented members of
the Bar.
Students can enter at any time, a day or ere•
ning Class, or both if they wish. For any odici
particulars, address personally or by letter -
9'. H. POLLOCK. Principal.
Huntingdon, Doc. 19, 1835.-3 m•
A. NEW MOUSE AND A. LOT
FOR SALE
The snbscriber will sell on the Dith day of
Februnry, 1853, a lot of ground in the vid
lage of Shade Gap, Dublin tp,,
Huntingdon co., on which is cr.
ected a new house and a stable. •
This property is just in front of
the Milirvood Academy, and well•situated for
business. Sale to 00111111C1.0 nt 1 o'clock.
Terms made known on day of sale.
Jan. 30, 18.16.-3 t. J. FELMIXE.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
MNotice is hereby given that Letters Testamem
ary on the estate of Thomas W. Neely, Into
of Dublin township, Huntingdon County, have
been granted to the undersigned. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
payment without delay, and those having claims
to present them slyly authenticated for settle.
merit. JAMES CHEE, E
B FR INKLIN NEELY, I xs*
Dcc. 24, 1855 *GE.
SOMETHING NEW.
A RUM UriMIIANCE
.
No. II MERCHANTS' EXC MALI un,
Pnir..tuemm.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
. .
FIRE INSURANCE, perpetual or limited,
made in town or country, on every deseriptim
of property.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
J. MoDOWELL, JR., Secretary.
W. BREWSTER, Agent, Iluxusunox.
Jan. 23,
J. W. THOMPSON,
avvomzurr W,4 lavh
AM)
COMMISSIONER FOR PENNSYLVANIA,
Davenport, lowa.
Attends to buying,selling and locating Land:
and land warrants, pays tuner, loans Money or
Real Estate security, on commission, ormminel
and makes abstracts of title, &e. Any bumbless
intrusted, will be attended to promptly and witl
fidelity.
Refer to Hon. Geo. Taylor and Members o
the Bar at Huntingdon.
November 21, 1355.-6 m.•
Mules For Sale.
The subscriber offers for sale six large, flee
mules, with wagon and gears. The mules are
large, sound, and in good condition, six years
old, and will weigh about 1000 lbs. each This
is as good a draft team as is in the county. If
preferred, four only will be sold.
J. It. BREWSTER.
Carrick Furnace, Franklin Co., Pa.—feb6tf,
Dr. John McCulloch,
flora his professional services to the citizens ol
Onuntingdon anti vicinity. Office, Mr.
lliida
brand's, between the Exchange and Jucksou's
Hotel.
Huntingdon, Aug. 29, 185 i.
LIST OF THE OUTSTANDING BALANCES
Due at Settlement with the Auditors for the Year 1856.
hear. Township.
Name of Collector.
1840 Allegheny, Samuel Robison,
1844 Tell, Jonathan Briggs,
Walker, A. 13. Sangaree,
[846 Barren, Charles Cowden,
*Porter, Jacob Keogh,
Union, James HUM pson,
[847 Dublin, Thomas IV. Neuly
Franklin, John H. Stonebrafter,
Springfield, William Ramsey,
• Tell, George May,
1848 *Franklin, John Conrad,
• Jackson, David S. Bell,
1849 t Clay, Daniel Curfinan,
1851 • West, Charles Green,
Tod, Jesse Cook,
1852 rrod, Solomon Houck,
Walker, John Coulter,
1853 Cass Joshua Greenland,
Dublin, Robert Peterson,
tFranklin, William M'llwain,
Henderson, Luke Vorhees,
Union, William Smith,
1854 Perm, William Couch,
Brady, John McDonald,
ICLLES, George Smith,
Cromwell, Michael Myers,
• Franklin, John Laport,
Porter, William D. Shaw,
. Tod, John M'Clain, 101 05
Walker. Joseph Douglass, 214 67
Warriorsmark, William Hutchison, 10 50
1855 fßurree, John Smith, 740 03 584 89
fßrady, Christian Miller, 415 73 255 15
tk;xstti John Bowman, 142 77 74 44
tehtY, William Cunningham, 329 78 237 08
tUrom well, David Ender, 506 16 364 32
fllublin, William Appleby, 325 74 220 00
fFranklin, Alexander Ewing, 921 80 728 68
,Henderson, Andrew Decker, 72 56 4-8 98
,Huntingdon, J. M. Simpson, 370 83 32 36
fllopewell, John Beaver, - 389 78 283 58
tJackson, Thomas Osborn, 914 96 626 92
f Morris, Abraham Isenberg, 889 29 648 81
Venn, Abraham Grubb, Jr., 165 83 42 98
Wooer, Peter Piper, 765 09 411 57
,Shirley, ' John M'Ehistry, 633 45 389 74
,Springfield, Benedict Stevens, 212 30 145 18
Tell
,
Samuel Parsons, - 290 37 186 29
fTod, Benjamin F. Baker, 530 04 419 47 6 00
,Union, William Chileott, 58 58 13 86 12 50
,Walker, John Thompson, 718 11 500 89 46 60
fWarriorsinark, William Wray, 667 95 413 00 37 00
,West, Mordecai Henry. 1460 92 942 01 66 50
* It appears from receipts on Mr. Conrad's Duplicate that the above amount was paid to Mr.
Neff, former Treasurei, nod not credited on the Treasurer's book.
o The amount outstanding against Mr. Bough, is said to have been collected by Sheriff Crown
over, and not paid over to the Treasurer.
t Since paid in part. t Since paid in full.
Given under seal of office January 23d, 1856.
ATTEST :^•IIEYRY W. MILLER, Clerk,
February 6, 1856.
RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURES
LItIiTINGDON COVNTY,
Flt 0.11 THE FIFTH DAY (1.1 , JANUARY
1 , )5, vp In the seventh (Itty onienuary, 1856,
bolo , ling loth drays.
RECEIPTS.
County tax received from Collectors, viz
Franklin, $49 25
John 11. Stonebroker,
, .
1651.
Tod, 77 43
____Walkor, 34 52
Jesse Cook,
Thomas Doan,
Tod, 3G 20
Walker, 10 00
Solomon Houck,
John Coulter,
Brady,
James Miller,
Joshua Grect;lnnci,2l3 44
Robert reterviin,s6 95
William Mel twain, Dublin,ClB:
Franklin, 27 15
Lake Vorliece, Bondi:mull, 77 S
. __ -
Potter, 1.78 59
Shiyley, 298 1%!
Benjnmin Ned,
Union;
William Siliith,
William Conch, Barre°, 324 00
James kr Donald, Brady, 990 41
George Smith, Cass, 195 42
Richard Madden, Clay, 113 93
Michael Myers, Cromwell, 434 33
Andrew J. Taylor, Dublin, 269 09
John Leport, Franklin, 404 91
John Snyder, Henderson, 320 59
Eli Plummer, Hopewell, 237 10
Jonas W Books,. .
Jackson, 504 04
David Tussey, Morris, 450 76
Jacob Grove, Sr., Penn, 179 55
William D. Shaw, Porter, 888 56
David S. Umbenour, Shirley. 797 33
Benedict Stevens, Springfield, 170 76
George Wilson, Tell, 252 34
John McClain, Tod, 369 00
Natlinn Greenland, Union, 61 13
Joseph Douglas, Walker, 435 00
William Hutchison, Warriormark, 500 85
Abraham Cresswell,
...,.. West, 1215 04
John Smith,Sarno, 300 00
Christian iller, Brady, 350 00
John Bowman, CMs, 223 00
David Buller Cromwell, 200 00
William Appleby, Dublin, 160 00
Alexander Ewing, Franklin, 803 00
Andrew Decker, Henderson, 315 00
J. M. Simpson, Huntingdon, 1187 00
John Denser, Hopewell, 130 00
Thomas ()spurn, JaCkson, ' 300 00
Abraham Isenberg, Morris, 200 00
Abraham Grubb, Pent, 625 17
Peter Piper, Parlor, 1219 00
John WlChistrey, Shirley, 850 00
litamliet Stevens, Esq., Springrield, 40 00
Samuel Parsons, Tell, 100 00
13enjantin C. Baker, 'rod, 250 00
William Chilcot, Union, 289 20
John Thompson, Welker, ' 431 86
WiSinn% Wray, Warriormark, 658 00
Mordecai Henry, West, 838 48
Amount of County tax on unseated lauds, 97 60
" " Sehcol " " " 35 38
" " Road " " " 35 41
" " Redemption money on unseat
ed lands, teed since last settlement, 59 11
Amount received judgment of County vs.
Jam. Kelley, 21 82
Redemption money received in 1855, 59 11
E7ill'E 'mumps.
Attornoy General, Proey., Shit. and
witness fees on eritn. prosecutions, $855 92
Constables, for tanking returns, adver
tising swing elections, &e., 300 83
Grand bud Travers° Jurors, Court Cri-
er, 2486 85
Judges. Inspectors, and Clerks of E
lections, • 623 55
Assessors' Orders, 327 59
Inquisitions on dead bodies, 119 49
Stood and Bridge views, 296 50
" Damages John McCall., 324 00
David Hawn, 78 00
ss ss Philip Silkuitter, 85 00
ss ss Mary Wilson, 100 00
ss " R. B. Myton, 110 00
vs ss B. L. Megahun, 123 00
ss ss Val'tino Hoover, 250 00
ss .f lilies Blair, 31 00
Wltnels foes in the case or dam
ages claimed by D. Blair, EN 15 00 1394 50
Bridge Orders
George Couch, for Bridge at
Nell's Mill, 1000 00
J. Covert for Bridge ut Black
Log Creek, 10 00
For repairing bridge at Hawn's, 672 1016 72
Commissioners :
Samuel Wigton, in full, 90 00
Thomas Humor, 85 00
Benjamin K. Neff. 70 00
Jacob Baker, le 50.
County Tar. State Tax. Militia Fines.
466 33
300 78
29 01
202 08
12 50
15 14
25 00
44 81
0 34
77 08
04 25
78 73
123 5G
98 21
150 06
100 76
34 30
111 62
THOMAS HAMER,
BENJ. K. NEFF, } Commissioners.
JACOB BAKER,
Auditors fur 1854, 50 50
Clerk to Cullers. in full for '54, 75 00
11 ti for '55, 325 00
John Reed, Esq., Attorney to
Comm.,es in full for 1854, 20 00
On account for 1855, 30 00 762 00
Directors of the Poor for 1854, 7000 00
Interest on County Bonds i .
Exrs. of Conrad Bucher, deed. 60 00
William ()Olken, Esq., 180 00
William 11. Leas, 360 00
Thomas Fisher, 114 00
Henry Foekler, 30 00 744 00
County Printing :
WEB= Brewster, 79 50
Will am Lewis. 76 00
Africa & Wh:ttaker, 36 00
John A. Nits!), 15 73 207 23
Medical attendance on prisoners
in jail, 38 12
Repairs to Court House & Jail, 150 55
Merchandise foe same, 28 21
Washing ter prisoners in jail, SU 00
:scrubbing and sweeping C. IL, 25 OU 233 76
Blank Books stationary pos. &c. 87 43
Trans. Stnte Lunatic Asylum :
Foe David Brotherline, 65 00
For John Aludden, 68 00 133 00
Trans. Hunt. Cu. Ag. Society, 100 OU
Ground rent bought fur Court
Ileum) Lots, 56 00
Atior'y fees to D. Blair, Esq., 15 00
J. Sewell Stewart, Esq., 10 00
T. P. Campbell, Esq., 10 00 35 00
Refunding Oril,s, 27 32
Sherill Greenland for summon
ing Jurors, conveying prison
ers to PenitentiAry, Boarding
prisoners, Fe., 650 00
Fuel for Court House audJail, 200 UU
T. H. Cromer, Prot'y foes, sta
tionary, &e., 231 62
M. F. Cainpliell, for same, 147 96 379 58
Lyconiing Insurance C., 7 80
Isaac Lyninger, coffin for E. Harker, 8 00
Wild eat and Fox Scalps, 340 87
School tax on unseated lands pd. '55, 108 75
Redemption money paid out in 1855, 59 11
Balance due Treas. on last settlement, 64 82
Percentage on $37,728.34 at 11 per et. 565 92
Bal. in hands of Treas. at settlement, 474 86
44 59
27 00
$19,416 97
In testimony of the correctness of the above
accounts, we have hereunto set our hands this
2351 day of Juuunry, A. 1). 1856.
THOMAS HAMER,
BENJ. K. NEFF,
JACOB BAKER.
Commissioners.
Huntingdon, Feb. 6, 1856.
NOTICE.
otico is hereby i:iviTntliaTTLetters of Admin
istrationn on the estate of Michael Maguire,
late of West township, dee'd., have been grant•
ed to the undersigned, All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to maw initnedi•
ate payment, and these having claims or de
mands against the same, will present them for
settlement to JAMES MAGU
JA MES McELRO
West tp., Jan. 30, 1856.-6 t. Adners.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
etters of Administration on the estate of
.1...4J01in B. Bradley, late of 13rady township,
Huntingdon county, dee'd., having been grant•
ed to, the undersigned, allpersons having
claims against said estate, will present them
duly authenticated, and those knowing then,
selves indebted, will make immediate payment.
ROBERT HARE PO W ELL.
Jan. 16, 1855.-6 t.
$19,416 97
DISSOLUTION.
Whatever partJersitipwitiocexisted between
the undersigned in the Surveying business has
been dissolved by mutual consent.
J. STMPSO N AFRICA,
J. F. RAMEY.
The business will be conducted as formerly
by J. Simpson Africa.
Sept. 12, 1855.—tf.
DISSOLUTION OF vsnrsEnsmtu..
The Partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, is this day by mutual consent
dissolved. The business will be carried on
hereafter, by John ITuvett.Jr., at the old stand.
1 JOHN lILIYETT, JR.,
ROBERT U. CIigNINGLIASI
Oct. 31, 1866: at.
For Sale or Rent.
I offer the well known "Aloxam
driu Foundry," with all the put- e f t!
term, PM. StOVCII, Plough., dm') 4,172".. •
for reit or sale; upplientiiiii should . 1 . 464 , M1X
be made to me hamediatcly,
ISRAEL. GRAYIUS.
Alexandria, Jan. 23, 1•856. Ina.*
MISCELLANEOUS ADVESTISEAIENTS.
Directors of the Poor,
[N ACCOUNT WITH THE COUNTY OF
HUNTINGDON.
1 05
13 50
DR.
To amount received on orders of the
Co. Com., for the year 1855, 87000 00
33 00
By nmount paid Jame; G. Lightner in
full for the erection of Poor Ilou,e, $906 94
By amount paid for keeping out door
peeper.,
By amount paid ibr Medical attendance
on out door paupers,
By amount paid Treasurer of Insane
Asylum for the keeping of 3 persons,
delivering paupers, stone coal, Mer
chandise, &c.,
By amount paid for Merelini,dise in
Philadelphia by Samuel Mattel,'
By amount pd. sundry persons for Mer
chandise,
By amount paid sundry persons for pro
visions,
By amount paid sundry persona for de
livering paupers,
By amount paid for support of out'.
paupers, 487 S 7
By amount paid Dr. J. G. Lightner for
Medical attendance at Poor House,
B 7 amount paid Yingling & Co., for
Blacksmithing bill,
By amount paid Maize S. Harrison for
- tin ware, 30 42
By amount paid .7. Junkin for harness, 20 - 00
By amount paid John 11. Lightner fur
lettering doors, 11 99
By amt. paid John Graffito per order, . 16 05
By amount paid Directors of the Poor,
fur services as follows t
James Saxton, 159 20
John Brewster, 47 25
Samuel Slattern, 121 GO
Dr. J. A. Shade, 51 00
Kenzie L. Green, 14 GO 393 65
By amount mild Julio A. Doyle fur ser
vices as Treasurer.
By amount paid D. Blair, Esq. for ser
vices as attorney,
By amount paid H. Brewster,Esg., for
one ton of plaster, and justices fees,
50 50
35 50
28 00
30 00
32 00
41 60
18 60
OUTSTANDING DEBTS,
UP TO JANUARY FIRST, A. D. 1856.
To sundry persons, $ll4B 78
To James Murphey. Stewart, on ac
count of Salary, 433 02
PROCEEDS OF FARM,
FOR 1835.
380 bushels wheat, 210 bushels of corn, 200
bushels oats 22} bushels rye, 20 bush. winter
apples, 12 loads allay, 4 loads corn fodder, 400
heads cabbage, 300 bush, potatoes, 5 bu. beets,
barrels sour krout, 2 barrels pickola awl 500
pounds of pork.
ARTICLES MANUFACTURED,
By the inmates of the Poor House far 1855.
40 drosses, 48 chime., 75 aprons, 25 sunbon
nets, 100 pair socks, 50 pair stockings, 'Omits,
10 skirts, 18 night-caps, 12 line caps, 8 shroode,
10 pair mens' pants, 8 pair boys' pants, 56 shirts
14 pair mittens, 6 dozen towels, 150 lbs. hard
soap, 400 gals. soft soap, 576 lbs. butter, 14 chaff
ticks, 267 lbs. candles, 15 bread baskets, 10 uxo
handles, 2 coal buckets, 4 bundle baskets, 3 large
baskets, 3 rugs, 1 krout knife, 24 split brooms,
2 pair shoes, 20 gal. apple-butts.
STOCK ON HANDS,
Jan Ist. 1856.
2 horses, 6 cows,,4 head to veer old cattle,
sdo ono year old, 3 L.:Lives, 10. h ood stock hogs,
breeding sows, 174 bush. 'wheat, 200 lbs,
flour, 150 lbs. corn meal, 150 bush. oats, 125
bush. corn, 200 bushels potatcos, 200 heads cab
bage, 9 bus. boots, 4019 lbs. pork, 4585 lbs bed
20 cords wood, 15 tons stone coal, 1 two horso
wagon, I cultivator, 1 windmill.
Paupers mumbling in Poor House
Jan. Ist, 1856.
27 men between the ages of 27 and 80 F 21 wo
men between the ages of 18 cod 65, and 6 ail
dron.
Of the men, 4 were born in Huntingdon coun
ty, 12 is the United States, 4 in lierninuy, ti in
Ireland, and I in Austria.
Of she woman, 13 were horn in Huntingdon
county, G in the Unitt.l States, I in Germany, 2
in Ireland, I in Scotland.
Insane. 1 man 9 women, blind, 3 men. Of
the children, 2 arc insane. Colored, I man and
I woman
Average cost for 70 out door paupers fur the
year, to 57.
Amuse cost fur 57 in door paupers fur the
year, 70 832
Average cost fur 21. paupers in the Lunatic
Hospital, 154 80.
We, the undersigned Auditors of the County
of Huntingdon, do hereby certify that we have
examined the orders of the Commissioners and
the receipts tin• the same, for and during the
past year, and tind a balance due the County of
Huntingdon in the hands of the Treasurer of
tour hundred and seventy-four dollars uud eigh
ty-six rents. . .
And also that we have examined the account
of the Director of the Poor of said County, and
find it as above stated.
Given under our hands at the Commissioners'
Office in the borough of Huntingdon, the 23rd
Jany 1850.
HENRY BREW STER,
P. MOORS, Auditors.
WILLIAM MOORE,
ATTEST :-
!limy W. Mi!.LEtt,
Clerk . to Auditors
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing between the undersign
ed (trading under the firm of Couch s Dana,)
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
books of said firm are in the kends al' David
Duns with whom all concerned will please to
make immediate settlement.
- dEORGE COUCH,
DAVID DUNK,
April 10, 18557tf.
. r. •
szkireVaS.'
AIRS. SARAH KULP wishes to inform the
ladies of Huntingdon and the surrounding
country that she has moved next door to Charles
Miller above the Presbyterian Church, 11111 St.,
where she intends carrying on the fanny end
straw Millinery business. Haring received the
latest city fashion, she is prepared to 'attend to
all that may favor her with their custom.
April 10, 1055—tf S. A. KULP.
JOHN SCOTT, SAMUEL T. BROWN
577 \l'4 63180 7E D
Attorneys at Law,
Iluutingdou,
Office some us that formerly occupied by Jahn
Scott, Esq.
Oct. 19, 1858.
Adams & Co.'s Express.
T. K. SIMONTON, Agent, Huntingdon.
Money, Packages, and goods of all kinds, co•
calved and forwarded at the risk of the company,
to all Ike claim and principultowne in the United
I State May 1,152.
J. 1 - wk@ii!7 ainuBa,
ClOttrifT SUIVITOII.
Whim with DAtuta. AFRICA, ESII., Hill street
between Montgomery and Smith streets, Hunt•
Won, Peon's. Rept. !U,'`s.;
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
MAP OF
HUNTINGDON COUNTY
The undersigned purposes publishing rd,vid
ed sufficient encouragement be obtained, s Map
of Huntingdon County. Said Mop to he con
structed by actual survey of all the public Roads
Railroads, IliverS, Streams, Canals, Toyetialiip
Linos, &c., and every place of note contained in
said county carefully shown in their respective
places, and the name and place of residence of
nearly every businessman in said county, and the
branch of Business followed by each one respec
tively, and the place marked where nearly allelic
farm buildings stand, and the proprietor's and
occupant's names. Said map to contain from
fourteen to eighteen feet of engraving, and to he
finished in the most modern style and workman
like manner, ete. WILLIAM CHRISTY.
Dec. 19, 189.5.—tf.
$7OOO 00
892 14
975 50
1483 89
250 00
- RAI& WriterZß, Oltiarg e
AT TILE
723 44
BROAD TOP DEPOT.
fIUNNINGTIA3I & DUNN have just returned
V/ from Philadelphia, and are now opening at
the head of the Broad Top Basin elarge and
beautiful assortment of Fall & Winter Goods
Consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware,
Queens-ware, Cedar-ware,
Hats, boots and shoes.
willow-ware.
Ready Made Clothing always on hand.
and in short everything that is usually kept in
country store.
BACON, SALT, FISH AND PLASTER,
kept constantly for Sale.
Call and examine our stock before purcha
sing elsewhare,'and see whether we cannot
make it your interest to patronise us.
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
, change tbr Goods at the highest market prices.
'rho highest market pikes paid for all kinds
of Grain.
Prompt attention paid to storing and forward
ing all kinds of merchandise, produce, &c.
Huntingdon, Oct., 10 1835.
989 57
98 96
160 00
57 64
70 00
20 00
MattaMO CV' VIM VJAIft.
Sebastopol Taken 2
$7OOO 00
30,000 TEN KILLED
The undersigned has just returned from the
city with a large and splendid assortment of
Fall and Winter Goods,
which he is now prepared to dispose of at very
low and reasonable rates. Persons desiring to
purchase will find it to their interest to give him
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as he studies
only to please. His stock consists of a large lot of
Dry Goods, hardware.
HOOTS is ;snots, UATS &
Glass & Queensware,
•
large and splendid assortment of ready made
CLOTI-lING,
which he is prepared to sill in lots to snit porch.
asses. JOHN lIIIYETT,Jr.
N. 11.—Country produce taken in exchange
for goods.
Moorsville, Nov. 7, 1815.—t1.
H. COFFEY'S Truss and Brace
ij Establishment, Allegheny St., Hollida}}•s
burg. Constantly on hand, Marsh d• Co's Ina
ored Trusses—avers style and size; Fine French
Trusses for Hernia or Rapture, combining correct
construction, extreme lightness, and durability,
with case and comtort.
Dr. Banning's Brace for Prolapsus Uteri and
its associate pains and weaknesses; Erector Bra
ces and OM Expanders of approved make.
dir Special attention invited to Banning's la
test Improvement—the Spring-Spino Shoulder
Brace, adapted to all with stooped shoulders,
narrow chest, and spinal weakness. It attaches
to the Hotly Brace, is easy, elegant and oltectivo.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
Persons writing fur Trusses will state No inches
around body, over rupture ; for Body Bravo, No.
inches around hips ; for Spring-Spino-Shoulder
Attachment, No. inches around chest under arm
pits. instruments not lilting, exchanged, if re
turned unsoiled.
Doc. 5. 1855.-3 mo.
A FAIIIIIIPOR SALE.
MIIE subscriber offers for sale a tract of land
I situate in Henderson township, Huntingdon
county, bounded by lands of Peter Swoop°, John
McCartney's heirs, and others, containing
175 and one-half Acres,
about 110 acres are cleared and in a goodstate
of cultivation, the balance being welltimbered.
t. _ ..., The improvements ~,,,..
e -1. aro a gai]. LOG 4 , '''f , e
f i tli' :LOUSE, a NEW t , ''.i„ '
''-'•-- BANK BARN, a ' ,
WAGON SHED, a CORN CRIB, two good
ORCHARDS and a never-failing SPRING of
water near the house. This farm is situated
six miles from the town of Huntingdon.
Terms will be made easy to suit purchaser.
ANDREW ALLISON.
October 31, 1835.—tf.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
Node° is hereby given that Letters Testamen
tary on the estate of Tobias Ilarnish, late of
Morris tp., Huntingdon Co., deed., have been
granted to the undersigned. All persons indebt
ed to said estate are requested to make immedi
ate payment, and those having claims to present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
DAV I 1) STEIVART,)
JACOB IIARNISII, Exacta's.
DAVID JIARNISII, .
January 2, 1856.-66•
DR. N. L. DROWN,
D cturns his thanks to his former patrons, and
Itwould respectfully announce that he has a
gain resented the prae.lee of medicine, and will
at all times bo found at home, when not profes•
atonally engaged.
Charges extremely moderate.
Melville, January let, 1856.-2 m.
Drs. MILLER & FRAZER,
riZISPIZSV
EIUNTINGDON, PENNA.
Offices on Hill Street, opposite
j 'I." the Court House, and North East
Corner of Hill and Franklin.
jy.9-56.—tf.
INDUSTRY MIST PROSPER.
JN. BALL respectfully solicits the attention
•of the forming community to a quality of
Ploughs which ho in now manufiwinring, and will
have ready for sale in a few days, ho is also pre
pared to make harrows, wagons, carts, wheel
barrows, &c., &c., and to do all kind of repairing
at the shortest notice, and in the most substantial
manner.
Shopon N. W. corner of btontgmery and Nash•
ington sts.
'4 l
March 27 t852-tf.
LEATHER.
FMT6, HENDRY & CO.
No. 29 Nortb THIRD Street, PHILA.
MOROCCO MANUFACTITIRERS, CURRIERP and
Import... or FRENCH CALF SKINS,
and dealer. in Ran and OAK SOLE LEATHER.
and KIPP.
Feb. Mb 1855.-Iy.
VIICA,P ? __k4NMILI2I.
ATTORNEY AT LA
Will attend to all business entrusted to dia. Of•
Lice nearly opposite the Court House.
May s.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Now is the time to purchase
FALL &Viliti &GOODS;
.J 9 v 3 To akYSITOBp
Have just received Ppm Philadelphia, the lar
gest and finest assortment of Dry Goods ever of
-ICred to the citizens of this place, and surround
ing country ; such as Merinos, Ipacas, Muslin
de Lanes, Puramatta Cloth,Persian Clotlyhlnek
and Colored Silks and every variety of Dress
Goods and Trimmings. Also, Cloths, Cassia .-
ret,
Vestings, &c., &c.
Call and Sao
ono of Ito finest aissortnients or Trimmings brc . t
to this pinto ; also, Collars, Undersleeves. Chi
mazetts, Cilovo of every variety, I.ndios Scarfs
and tho best assortment of Shawls over
CARPETS, &G.
A splendid lot of the finest Carpet and Oil Cloth
FEARDITIZIPE,
of every variety, and the best assortment in town,
of every description, nod at lower prices than
can be got at any other hoe,.
GROCERIES,
although they arc a little up, we will try and eel.
as low as the lowest.
lIATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SISOES,
the largest and be,t al,ortment ever uflereil, and
at lower prince.
WILLOW Willtn, &c.
and every variety of Goods, such as are usually
kept in a country store. Call and see before
purchasing any otter place, end if we can't sat
isfy you or the &et, we will cave under.
October 3, 1855.
The best assortment of Carpet and Oil Cloth
just received and for sale by J. S. W. Saxton.
r the handsomest assortment of Do lanes, Per.
I elan Cloth, Larilla Cloth, lhcrngc de Leers,
Paramette Cloth, and nil wool Mr sore, all w oo l
do lanes, of the best styles nod selected with the
greatest care, for solo by J. &W. SAXTON.
500 webs assorted Prints, just received and
for sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
The greatest variety of Boots and Shoes ever
offered for sale by J. &W. SAXTO
Ladies' Collars,UnderhlseveA, Ciartmzetts, and
Gloves, Trimmings, at J.... W. Suxtons.
Ahenatiftil lot of Hats & Caps, also Silk and
Straw Bonnets, by J. &W. sAxToN.
A great variety of Belts, Dead Dresses, Brace•
illets, Trimmings, &c., by J. & W. Saxton.
r handsomest assortment of Dress Silk
just reer'd and for solo by J. & W. Saxton
A beautiful assortment of velvet, silk awl wor
listed settings, by J. & W. SAXTON.
Wisher's Ague Powders, just reed and for sale
y J. e: IV. SAXTON.
The best lot of Shawls, such us Moshe, Cassi
mar, Bay state awl square shawls, ju-t reed
and fur sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
\V. SAXTON will tithe all kinds of co.-
Jtry produce in exchange lin.t is at their
cheap store, south-west corner of Public Square.
A.plonditl nesortment of Gum Beha nut reed
and for sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
If you want to boy goad (heal► ode
CALL AT
D. Gniu has just received from Philad
pi inn largo and beautiful stock of
rALL IL TD WINTER CP - OD
consisting of the most fashionablo Dross Goods,
for Ladies and Gentlemen, seek us French Me
rino. Alpacea, Paramatta Cloth, Persian Cloth
All Vool do Lains, Fancy de Latins, Deliaizn,
Collings, Black and Fancy Dress Silks, and
Prints of all description. Also, Cloths, Cocci
mere, plain and fancy Cassinets, Vestiogs, he.
ALSO, a large lot. of dress Tritumings, dross
Buttons, Ilibbunds, Bonnet Silks, Gloves, Mitts,
Woolen and Cotton Ilosiery, Laces, Veils, Un
dersleevos, Collars, Chimazetts, Iliguletts, milk
Bonnets, nod a variety of Dress Goods too nu
merous to mentisn.
Flannels of all kinds, Linseys, Woolen Tulle
Covors Shawls, Comforts, bleached and unblea
ched N adine, Ticker, Chocks, Ginghams, hr.
Groceries of allitinds, Hats dt O s,
Boots and iihoes, Oil Cloths,
111133.131.VA1t11, 7.IMTEI 1012.1
Buckets, Tubs, Baskets, and all goods usually
kept in a country Store.
My old customers, and as many new ones as
can crowd in are respectfully requested to come
and examine my goods.
All kinds of Country produce taken in ex
change for goods, at the highest market prices.
October 3, 1835.
Chambersburg & Ml. Union
STAGE LIRE REVIVED.
TIT° uline ndersigned that a o r , e ,er tl a
the ro suspension e
c o n (
Chambersburg aneMt. Union, cannot he bat
disadvantageous to a large section to the country
has, at considerable expense and trouble, made
arrangements to run a lino of Stages Tri-weekly
between the two points. Good Nurses and con,
fortahle Stages have been placed on the route,
and experienced and treaty drivers will superin
tend the running of the Coaches. The proprie
tor of the lino is degirous that it be maintained,
and he therefore calls upon the public generally
to patebuise it, confident that it will be for their
mutual advantage. Every attention necessary
will be given, and the running of the Stages will
ho regular.
' 0 - Stages leave Mt. Union, every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday evenings, arriving at
Chamberi:burg the next day at 2 o'clock. Re
turning, leave Chambersburg the same night at
10 o'clock, arriving at Mt. Union early the fol
lowing evening in time for the Cars. Stages
s t op at Shirleysburg, Orbisonia, Shade Goy,
Burnt Cabins, Fannettsburg, Horse Valley,
Strasburg nod Keefer's store.
- Farethrough $3,00: to intermediate points
in proportion.
JAMISON KELLY.
i August 22, 1855.—tf.
BOOKS! 1'111') . .S!!
30,000 ivo°,,LtlZErsetufii7vbre.:
C6B.
(Fur, subscriber is happy to inform his minter
-1 nun friends and customers that lie has added
very largely to his already extensive and varied
stock of new and popular books—and can now
boast on great a variety at the same low prices
as the City Book Stores. His STATIONARY
is of great variety and well selected, viz Fan
cy and Plain Note Letter nod Cap paper and
Envelopes. Gold Pens ' and Silver • Holders
from $t upwards, Pon and Pocket Knives, Port
Monnales and Pocket- Books, Ink and inkstand.
Razor-strops and Brushes, &e.
School Books in quantities to country merch
ants and teachers at City wholesale prices.—
Wrapping paper constantly on hand.
1000 PIECES WALL PAPER of every
kind, Window Paper and painted
Shade, with PUITIGUII'S Patent Self-Adjusting
Curtain Fixtures. Al ltbe above at Phila. re
tail prices, call and examine, "I bodonvor to
t lrse." Store on Railroad 4t it. H e ugngon,
Oat. 17, 18AL.
MISCELLANEOUS :IDVERTISEMENTS.
.Yi:li . lTii . Yl.lliflliJi:.:•:l
I‘.IACHINE SHOP
AND FRENCH
BURR.
MILL STONE, IT,
'Eta fklr •
Corner of Germantown Road and New Market
Streets, on the North Pennsylvania Rail Road,
Philadelphia,
stir on hand ot-triade loonier, the fol.
414 approved Flour Mid Machinery.
ard's,Mitent Portable Mills andSunt
Patent Iron Concave Brati Dna
Corn Kilns.
I, and Moulding
;tamps and Du,hes for Mill
WA ItII.INTED
Golan_
Clat'd Burr St
Cola, Cole and Plaster
TIT 1,,,t A neiliir
Mill Sttt,
A T,SI) SOLE OW
Jolatsteat , s rate at Cast Metal Con-
:!'LS s„
itrj
East awl
Warr:mind to take:
liushcl Gronod, fr,ott
flour, which could not
of the eldllical udhes
tbe ofrul of every
lb,, of statndard
'lied out on account
NOTI(
•1 Iwrel
ttllt 11,111,,, , , 11'
Inm
,t 0,1
JoPeril Joh
kl 0011( AQ•ENCY. •
/FIE sJbecribiqs have cAablished u licok
Ag,ncy in l'itilo(11.11.1,.io, null will furnish any
book or pu . nlhaticii at the retail !once free of
..pcstagc. Any persons, by forwarding the iib
scriptien price of any of the $3 Magazines, such
as Harper's. (Oaley's, Pn town's, Graham's, or
Frank Leslit.'s Fashions, &c. gill rcccice the
magazines tar nut. year and eilpy of the Fri.-
did litliocranii !Hawaii ol either
and size ir,
Seed Press.
n Woa.
, View
utr~l ~ritl~
nil d
Heath
Builift
Te or
111' RA
0 Soar/ Third .9.,
Nov. 28, I
11\ - TE.II,
4i.J14
cOOO ,
Call aud look before you puretaase,
HAS just returned front l'hiludelphia nod is
now opening Due of the pretki cot told best
selected stook of geode veer brought to the bor
ough 01 Ilutitil, , lott. It would he eyeless to
mention all of toe go , :kis eo 11:1•C on ti—
Lat!2 fleets Goode.
A large “och IklSei . Y. I , i .
Velvti. bonnet , Undo'
Spencers, Ca diner., Clot Casino t
,Nlitt•, I)clanos, IN-Brge, Kid Glove',
and all kinds of goods generally kept in a
country store.
Also—a line assortment of
. Hoots, Shoes. Hats, & caps,
Uh:ssira re, ( p"-erowerc rrad Ctderteurt.
A lurge and gowl supply at'
Fresh Groceries
Call and see ray goods and examine for yon,
Thankful for thl patronage of the past by my
friends, and the public general'). 1 respeetfully
solicit it continuance Or the salmi.
All kinds of country prnilucc taken in ez•
change for goods at the highest market price.
Oct. 10.
Titoya.ks P. DILI. & CO.
CLOfiIING srom4,l,
ANt ,
MERCHANT TAI:.O2ING ESTABLISH
MENT.
Chesnut Shwl, Philadelphia, No. 165
flue flour below Fifth, N.! Side.
ynit,• ur gi!o9
:n be n,
Merck
visit this magnificent store, where coeds of the
line. class nre kept Ready Mode and in the piece
which will he male opto order itt tl.c shortest
notice and perfect satisfaction warranted.
Also a Him assortment f
i dT2l2l.lRi T.l , b
And every article is mailed with the lowest cosh
price, in plain figures.
Nov. 7,1855.-6 mo.
H, ROMAN,
Hus.itt;i opri,ed
GO.,D ASS:OfiTIVENT
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
ookirs, rAtars, vzsirs,
And other articles of gontlemen's wear.
October 3, 1855.
COUNTRY DEALERS
CAN LIIT f I I al MVO AT it 1101.10,LE,
AS CHEAP AS IN THE ('ITT, AT
RON lA'S CLOTHING STORE.
OVERCOATS.
All kinds, ebßaper than elsochere, at
11. ROMAN'S CLOTHING STORF.
TosElm DOUGLASS, in MeConnellstown
I ti hue constantly on hand, ready made Arles,
and to prepared to make and repair Guns of al‘
kinds nt the shortner notice.
April 21, 18115-Iy,
,f Ma
iente,
it b midi
Trimming,
•rs.
br tiny