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The Conuaiasionera appointed by an Act of
Amorality, passed Feb. 'l7, A. D. 1854, to .open
books, receive subscription and .organize a
Company, by the name, style and title of the
"Barrels Station and Alexandria Plank Road
Company," will 'noel, tin• that purpose, in the
borough of Alexandria, on Saturday, the 15th
day of March, A. D. 1856, at the Hotel of Win.
Feb. 20, 1856.-It.
SUCCESSOR TO KING & MOREHEAD,
5221N1425 , T7 f ,
AND DEALER IN
Fish, Bacon, Cheese, Dried Frail, Lard, Lard
Oil, Flaxseed Oil, Whits Lend, Pig Lead, Win
slow Glass, Glassware, Iron and Nails, Star and
Tallow Candles, Variegated and Rosin Soap, and
Pitishiva manvitetures generally.
No. 27 Wo - od St., - -
Particular attention given to the sale of Pig
Metal And Blootns, and liberal advances made
Feb. 18, 1936.-1 y
BY virtue of a writ of Vend. Exp. tine, also in
Dpursnance of a decree and order of sale in
proceedings in Ejectment in Common Pleas of
said county to me directed, I will expos , : to pub
lic sale on the premises. ea Saturday, the Ist
day of March next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., the
following property, to wit
All the defendant's right and interest in and
to a lot of ground in the borough of Cassville,
Huntingdon county, fronting 66 feet on Main
dtreet, extending back l 6 feet, to a back st. ;
adjoining a lot of Joseph D.T. Spangler on the
;North and a lut of John Speer, deed., on the
South, having thereon erected a two story itg
house, weather-boarded. Also, tha interest of
defendant in a Lot. on Seminary Cross Street,
fronting on said street 80 feet and extending
back to David Clarkson, Esq's land, haring
there's, erected a carpenter shop.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as
the property of Adam W. Clarkson.
. . .
JOSHUA (3 I.I:NLAND,
Ma. Feb. 12, 1.9.5 G. Trustee.
DENRY VV. OVERMAN,
Yo. 6, Routh Third Street,
importer of French Calf Skiiis ;
Ilan Constantly on Hand, Always
Finishing, all kinds of
Leather, ligorocce, Calf Skine,Sheep
'rho attention of Country Merchants and Man
ttincturcr,, is solicited.
LIED AND OAK SOLE LEATHER.
January 2, 18A.--iy.
To Iron Manufacturers.
r phe subscriber has recently dimovered an ore
hank which. will yield an nhuudant supply of
Lon o,..—This Oro Hank is on a small tract of
lac l (boloaging to the subscriber) containing a
bout twenty acres—situated in Walker Town
lahig, about one mile and three quarters from the
st ttion on the Broad Top Railroad, near Mc
imene of the Ore may he neon in-Runt
ingtdot at the Ticket wilco of the Penna. Coin
The sulowribtr will either sell or lease the a
bure tract of land.
January 2, 185C.-4m.
HUNTINGOON COMMERCIAL SCIIOOL.
Fru.re has boon opened in the Hall formerly o,
copied by the "Sons of Temperance" in the
Borough of Huntingdon, n School under the +(-
Imre title, in which is proposed to he given 0
thorough course of Instruction anti Practice in
Single +111(1 Double Entry lßoole.Kccl ieg. Also
lectures on Commercial Law, will be given in
regular course, by the must talented members of
S;duuts can enter at any time, a day or eve
ning Clean, or both if they wish. For any other
particulars, address personally or by letter
'l'. 11. POLLOCK. Principal.
Hunting.lon, Dee. 19, 1855.-3 m.
[Erb:le of Win.lfi.idge, lab! qf Arrrce Ty.]
The undersigned Auditor, appointed to dis
tribute the assets or balance in the hand of Win.
Moore, administrator of sold deed., will attend
for that purpose, At his Mike in the borough of
Huntingdon, on Thursday the 20 day of March,
A. 1). NH, at 10 o'clock A. M. All persons
interested are notified to present their claims
before midi Auditor, or he debarred tram contiog
in for a share of such assets or fund.
A. W. BENEDICT, Auditor.
Fob. 13, 185 G.-It.
[ To the Lien Creditors of Henry Omni:n.ol4l.]
THE undersigned Auditor appointed by the
Court of Connuon Pleas of Huntingdon coon.
ty, to distribute promeds of the Sheriff's
Sale of the real estate of Henry Cortiprubst,
hereby gives notice that he will attend to the
duties of his appointment at the Prothonotary's
office, in Iluntinglon, on Thursday, the
lith day of Mareh n , ,d, at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
when and where all persons ate required to
make their claims before the undersigned Au.
ditor, or be debarred from coming in upon said
fund. THEO. 11. CItEMEII, Auditor.
-Litn Creditors qf Reuben Whiled
TUE undersigned Auditor nppointed by the
Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon coun
ty, to distribute the proceeds of the sale of the
real estate of Reuben White, hereby gives no•
tico that he will attend to the duties of his ap
pointment at the Prothonotary's (Ace, in the
borough of Huntingdon, on Thu ',Tay the Gilt
day ofifurch neat, at ono o'clock, P.M., when
and where all persons must present their claims
before the undersigned Auditor, or be debarred
from coming in upon said fund.
THEO. H. CHEMEIt, Auditor.
Feb. 6,1856.-4 t.
[Estate of David Woods, demi
THE undersigned Auditor appointed by the
Court of Common Picasof.lluntiegdon coon.
ty, to dlstribute the proceeds of the sale of the
real estate of David Woods, late of the boro'
of Huntingdon, dec'fl., hereby gives notice that
he will attend to the duties of his appointment,
at the Prothonotary's office, in said borough,
'on Thursday the 6th of March next, at 1 o'clock
when and where all persons are required to
present their claims baton said Auditor, or ho
debarred front coming in upon Bahl fund.
THEO. H. CIiENIEII, Auditor,
Feb. 6,1856,4 t.
Mules For Sale,
The subscriber offers for sale six large, line
mules, with wagon and gears. The mules are
largo, sound, and in good condition, six years
old, and will weigh about 1000 lbs. such This
is as good a draft team as is in the county. If
proferrod, four only will he sold. •
J. R. BREWSTER.
Ferrick Funnel), Franklin Co., I'k—(o4AV,
LIST OF THE OUTSTANDING BALANCES
Due at Settlement with the Auditors for the Year Mb.
Year. Township. Name of Collector. County Tax. State Tax. Militia Fines.
1840 Allegheny, Samuel Robison, 466 33
1844 Tell, Jonathan Briggs, 1 05
Walker, A. B. Sangaree, 13 50
1846 Barree, Charles Cowden,
*Porter, Jacob Keogh,
Union, James Dampens,
1847 Dublin, Thomas IV. Neely
Franklin, John H. Stonebraker,
Springfield, William Ramsey,
Tell, George May,
18.18 *Franklin, John Conrad,
Jackson, David S. Bell,
1849 IClay, Daniel Curfman,
1851 West, Charles Green,
Tod, Jesse Cook,
1852 2Tod, Solomon Houck,
Walker, John Coulter,
1853 Cass, Joshua Greenland,
Dublin, Robert Peterson,
sFran lain, William M'llwain,
Henderson, Luke %radices,
Union, William Smith,
1854 fßarree, William Couch,
Brady, John McDonald,
2Cass, George Smith,
Cromwell, Michael Myers,
Franklin, John Laport, 100 76
Porter, William 1). Shaw,
Tod, John M'Clain 101 05 34 30
Walker. Joseph Douglass, 214 67 111 62
Warriorsmark, William Hutchison, 10 50
1855 f Barree, John Smith, 740 03 584 39
(Brady, Christian Miller, 415 73 255 15
fCass, John Bowman, 142 71 74 44
May, William Cunningham, 329 78 237 08
Krum well, David Etuier, 506 16 364 32
Within', William Appleby, 325 - 74 220 00
Wranklin, Alexander Ewing, 921 86 728 68
I:llenderson, Andrew Decker, 72 56 48 98
tlluntingdon, • J. M. Simpson, 370 83 32 3G
fllopewell, John Beaver, 389 78 283 58 56 50
tfaelcson, Thomas Osborn, 914 96 626 92 35 50
f Morris, Abraham Isenberg, 889 29 648 81 28 00
Wenn, Abraham Grubb, Jr., 165 83 42 98 30 00
frillier, Peter Piper, 765 09 411 57 32 00
fShirlcy, John 11PKinstry, 633 45 389 74 41 50
fSpringlield, Benedict Stevens, 212 30 145 18 18 50
(Tell, Samuel Parsons, 290 37 186 29
fTud, Benjamin F. Baker, 530 04 419 47 6 00
. f Union, William Chilcott, 58 58 13 86 12 50
Walker, John Thompson, 718 11 500 89 46 50
f Warriorsmark, William Wray, 667 03 413 00 37 00
•I•Weet, Mordecai Henry. 1.400 92 9.12 01 66 50
* It appears from receipts on Mr. Cenrad's Duplicate that the above amount was paid to Mr.
Neff, former Troasurei, and not credited on the Treasurer's book.
* The amount outstanding against Mr. Bough, is said to have been collected by Sheriff Crown•
over, and nut paid over to the Treasurer,
1* Since paid in part. $ Since paid in full.
Given under seal of office January 234, 1830.
ATTEST ,TIENRY W. Mtr.utt, Clerk.
February 6, 1856.
RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURES
FE OM MR FIFTH DA 1" OF lAN tr. Aler
1833, Hp lo the seventh flay of January, 1836,
including both days.
County ton received flour Collectors, viz
Franklin, $49 2
John LI. Stunt:tanker,
'rod, 77 43
Wolkor, .34 52
Tod, 30 20
Walker, I 0 00
J oslitut Greenland,C2l3 44
Robert Peterson,. Dublin. 'lss '
William Me ll watn, Franklin, 27 15
(eke Vorhues, Henderson, 77 82
Benjamin NA Porter, 178 59
John Long, Shirley, 238 02
William Smith, _ _ Union, 27 00
William Couch, Banco, 324 00
James .1111)000,1, Brady, 390 41
1100rge . Smith, Cass, 195 42
Rielnird Madden, Clay, 119 03
Michael Myers, Cromwell, 434 33
Andrew J. Taylor, Dublin, 2111 03
John Leport, Franklin, 402 91
Joke Snyder, Henderson, 320 59
Eli 1 1 1 newer, Hopewell, 537 10
Jonas W pot.iks,Jac . - -
kson, 504 04
David Tiissey, Morris, 450 70
Jacob Grove, Sr., Penn, . 179 55
William D. Shan•, Porter. SBB 56
David S. Umhunour, Shirley, 797 33
Benedict Steve., Springiield, 170 70
George Wilson, Tell, 252 34
John 51eClain, Tod, 309 00
Nathan Greenland, Union, 61 13
Joseph Douglas, Walker, 435 (4)
William H utchison, Warriormark, 502 83
___ West, 1215 04
Brady; 350 00
Cass, 223 00
Cromwell, 200 00
William Appleby, Dublin, ' 160 00
Alexander Ewing, Franklin, 603 00
Andrew Decker, Henderson, 313 00
I. Simpson, Huntingdon, 1187 00
..1.,1m Heaver, llope well, 130 00
Thomos Osh.orn,Jac .
kson, 300 00
Abraham Isenberg, Morris, 200 00
Abraham Grubb. Penn. 625 17
Peter Piper, Porter, 1219 00
John :WKinstrey, Shirley, 850 00
Bonedict Stevens, Esq., Springfield, 40 00
Samuel Poisons, Tell, 100 00
Benjamin P. linker, Tod, 250 00
William Chilcot, Union, 289 20
John Thompson, Walker, 431 86
William Wray, Warriormark, 658 00
Mordecai Henry, West, 838 48
Amount of County ton on unseated lauds, 97 60
" " School " " 35 98
" " Road " ‘‘ " 35.41
" " Redemption money on unseat
ed lands, teed since lust settlement, 511 11
Amount received judgment of County vs.
_ RI 52
Redemption moneyreceived in 1855, 59 11
Attorney General, l'rot'y., Skit. and
witness fees on erim. prosecutions, $855 92
Conotnbles, Ibr tnaking returns, adver
tising opting elections, Ste., 300 83
Grand and Traverse Jurors, Court Cri-
and Clerks of E
lections, 623 55
Assessors' Orders, 227 50
Inquisitions on dead bodies. 119 49
Road and Bridge views, 296 50
Damages John MeCahan, 324 00
5' David Hawn, 76 00
" Philip Silknitter, 65 00
" Mary Wilson, 100 00
" R. B. Myton, 110 00
ti 23, L. Megahan, 125 00
" " Hoover, 250 00
" Eliza Blair,3l 00
Witness fees in the case odam
ages claimed by 1). Blair, Esq 15 00 1394 50
Bridge Orders :
George qTish, fur Bridge at
J. Covert for Bridge ut Black
Log Creek, 10 00
For repairing bridge at Hawn's, 672 1016 72
Samuel Wigton, in full, 90 00
Thomas Ilamor, 80 00
Benjamin K. NO, 70 00
Jacob Baker, it 80
THOMAS HA M ER,
BENJ. K. NEFF, ) Commissioners.
JACOB BAKER, 1
Auditors for 1854, 511 50
Clerk to Com'rs. in full for '54, 75 00
fur '55, 325 00
_ . . .
John Reed, Esq. Attorney to
Com'rs., in ful l tier 1854, 20 00
On account for 1855, 30 00 762 00
Directors of the Poor for 1854, 7000 00
Interest on County Bonds :
Etas. of Conrad Bucher, deo'd. 60 00
William Orbison, Esq., 180 00
William B. Leas, 360 00
• Thomas Fisher, 114 00
Henry Pock lor, 30 00 744 00
County Printing :
William Brewster,. 79 30
Will am Lewis. 7G 00
Africa & Whittaker, 36 00
John A. Nash, 15 75 207 95
Medical attendance on prisoners
in jail, 38 12
Repairs to Court House & Jail, 150 55
Merchandise for same, 28 21
Washing for prisoners in jail, 3U 00
Scrubbing and sweeping C. 11., 25 00 233 76
Munk Books stationary pos. &e. . 87 45
Treas. Stole Luriatie Asylum :
For David Brotherline, G 5 00
For John Madden, 68 00 13:1 00
Treas. Hunt. Co. Ag. Society, 100 00
Ground rent bought for Court
llott4o Lots, 56 00
Attor'y fees to D. Blair, Esq., 15 00
J. Sewell Stewart, Esq., 10 00
'l'. P. Campbell, Esq., 10 00 35 00
Refunding Orders, • 27 32
Sheriff Greenland for summon
ing J urors, conveying prison
ers to Penitentiary, Bearding
Fuel fm Court [louse and Jail, 208 00
T. 11. Cromer, Prot'y fees, sta
tionary, Or., 231 62
21. F. Campbell, for same, 147 96 379 58
Lyr.ming Insurance C., 7 80
Isaac Lyninger, CAffill Mr E. Harker, 8 00
Will eat and Fox Scalps, 340 87
((howl lax on unseated lands pd. '55, 108 75
Itedcmption money paid out in 1855, 59 11
Butane,: Jae Treas.. 1,4 sett), meal, 64 82
Percent age on 937,728.34 at 16 per et. 565 92
Bal. in hands 01 Treas. at settlement, 474 86
In testing ny of the correctness of the !shove
accounts, we have hereunto Fet our !miis this
234 dui• of Janunry, A. 1). 1856,
BENJ. K. NIIhF,
Huntingdon, Feb. 6, 1856.
otice is hereby given that Letters
Nistration on the estate of Michael Maguire,
Into of West township, dec'd., have been grant.
ed to the undersigned. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to snake immedi•
ate payment, and those having claims or de
mands against th 3 same, will present them for
settlement to JAMES
West tp., Jan. 30, 1856.—5 t. Adger.
Letters of Administration on the estate of
John B. Bradley, late of Brady township,
Huntingdon county, dee'd., having been grant •
ed to the undersigned, all persons having
claims against said estate, will present them
duly authenticated, and those knowing then,
selves indebted, will make immediate payment.
ROBERT HARE POWELL.
Jan. 16, 1655.-6 t.
Whatever partnership which existed between
the undersigned in the Surveying business bas
been dissolved by mutual consent,
J. SIMPSON AFRICA,
J. F. RAMEY.
The business will be conducted as formerly
by J. Simpson Africa.
Sept. 12, 1525.—tfl
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The Partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, is this day by mutual consent
dissolved. The business will be carried on
hereafter, by John Iluyett.Jr., at the old stand.
JOHN HUYETT, Ju.,
ROBERT M. CUNNINGHAM.
Oct. 31, 1855: 4t:
9. 31111 - i ) 33E LintlUg
Office with DANIEL AFRICA, ESq., Mistreat,
between Montgomery and Smith streets, Hunt-
Mutton, Noe's. NoPt.
Directors of the Poor,
IN ACCOUNT WITII THE COUNTY OF
To amount received on orders of the
Co. Com., for the year 1855, $7OOO 00
By amount paid James G. Lightner in
full for the erection 01 Poor House, $906 94
By amount paid for keeping out door
paupers, 892 14
By amount paid for Medical attendance
on out door paupers, 375 50
By amount paid Treasurer of Insane
Asylum for the keeping of 3 persons,
delivering paupers, stone coal, Mer
chandise, &c., 1493 89
By amount paid for Merchandise in
Philadelphia by Samuel Mattern, 250 00
By tumult pd. sundry persons fur Mer
chandise, 723 44
By amount paid sundry perstns fur pro
visions, 989 57
By amount paid sundry persons for de
livering paupers, 98 36
By amount paid for support of out door
paupers, 487 57
By amount paid Dr. J. 0. Lightner for
Medical attendance at Pour !louse, 160 00
By amount paid Yingling & Co., for
Blacksntithing bill, 57 64
By amount paid Maize S. Harrison for
tin ware, 30 42
By amount paid J. Junkie for harness, 20 00
By amount paid John 11. Lightner for
lettering doors, II 93
liy amt. paid John Grallius per order, 16 05
By amount paid Directors of the Poor,
for services as follows t
James Saxton, 159 20
John Brewster, 47 25
Samuel Mattern, 121 60
Dr. J. A. Shade, 51 00
Kenzie L. Green, 14 60 393 65
By amount paid John A. Doyle for ser
vices . Treasurer. 70 00
By amount paid 1). Blair, Esq. fur ser
vices as attorney, 20 00
By amount paid H. Brewster, Esq., for
ono ton of plaster, and justices fees, 12 90
UP TO JANCAUY FIRST, A. D. 1556.
To sundry persons, $ll4B 78
To James Murphey, Stewart, on ac
count of Salary, 433 02
PROCEEDS OF FARM,
280 bushels wheat, 210 bushels of cots, 200
bushels oats 22} bushels rye, 20 bush. winter
apples, 12 loads of hay, 4loads corn tuddor, 400
heads cabbage, 300 bush. potatoes, 5 bu. beets,
o barrels sour kruut, 2 barrels pickels and 500
pounds of pork.
By the inmates of the Poor House fir 1855.
4U dresses, 48 chimes°, 75 aprons, 25 sunbon
nets, 100 pair socks, 30 pair stockings, 10 socks,
10 skirts, 18 night-caps, 12 due cope, 8 shrouds,
10 pair melts' pants, 8 pair boys' pants, t.O shirts
14 pair mittens, 6 dozen towels, 150 lbs. hard
soap, 400 gals. soft soap, 570 lbs. butter, 14 chilli
ticks, 267 lbs. candles, 15 bread baskets, 19 axe
handles, 2 coal baskets, 4 handle baskets, 3 large
baskets, 3 rugs, 1 krour knife, 24 split brooms,
2 pair shoes, 20 gal. apple-butter.
STOCK ON HANDS,
Jan lat. 1856.
2 horses, 6 cows, 4 head two year old cattle ;
5 do one year old, 3 calves, 10 head stork hogs
2 breeding /lOWA, 1701 ihtsit. wheat, 200 l b s
flour, ISO lbs. corn meal, 150 bush, oats, 125
bush. corm 200 bushelsi potatoes. 200 heads cab.
huge, 3 bas. beets, 4013 lbs. pork, 4585 Ibs heel
20 curds wood, 15 tons stone coal, 1 two horse
wagon, 1 cultivator, 1 windmill.
Paupers remaining i u Poor House
Jan. Ist, 1856.
27 men between the ages of 27 and 80 ; 24 wo.
men between the ayes of IS and 65, and 6 chit.
Mho men, 4 were born in Huntingdon coun.
ty, 12 in the United States, 4 in Germany, 6 hi
Ireland, and I iu Austria.
Of the women,
13 were horn in Huntingdon
county, in the United States, lin Germany, 2
in Ireland, 1 in Scotland.
Insane. 1 man 9 women, blind, 3 men. Of
the children, 2 are insane. Colored, 1 noun and
Average cost for 70 out door paupers for dm
year, it 57. _
Average cost for 57 in door paupers for the
year, 76 831
Average cost fur 4 paupers itt the Lunatic
Hospital, 154 80.
We, the undersigned Auditors of the County
of lliintingdon, do hereby certify that we have
examined the orders of the Commissioners and
the receipts for the same, for end during the
pest year, curd Linda balance due the County of
Huntingdon in the hands of the Treasurer of
lour hundred and seventy-four dollars and eigh
And also that we have examined the account
or the Director of the Poor of said County, and
find it as above stated.
liven under our hands at the Commissioners'
Office in the borough of Huntingdon, the card
P. MOORE, Auditors.
IluNny W. Mtir.uu,
Clerk 'to Auditors
An Improvement worthy of the Pro
ALDRICH & FOOTE'S
PATENT WASHING MACHINE.
THE sabsoriber is prepared to furnish every
eitiaen of the Commonwealth with one of
these superb articles, acknowledged by all who
have them in use, and by every one who has tes
ted them, to he superior to anything of the kind
ever brought before the public.
They are made of the lost material, under the
supervision of the subseribett, 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 uo manner wears the clothing, use less
soap, and is easier worked.
The prioe ranges from six to seven dollars.
The subscriber warrants this machine to give
'ire satisfaction. It it does nut do everything
ke says, no charge u ill be made. A trial is ear
nestly invited and perfect satisfaction warranted.
A strong recommendation fur the machine is
the number already sold.
Any person who wishes one of these articles,
ovi be alcoraniodated by addressing
B. J. WILLIAMS,
Alexandria, Ilunt. Co., Pa.
Jan. 1,1856. May 30, 1855.—1 y
J. W. THOMPSON
LIV`irORRIZU LIT 1§i7,70
COMMISSIONER FOR PENNSYLVANIA,
Attends to buying, selling and locating Lands
and land warrants, pays taxer, loans Money op
Real Estate security, on commission, examines
and makes abstracts of title, &c. Any business)
intrusted, will bo attended to promptly and with
Refer to Hon. 800. Taylor and Members of
the Bar at Huntingdon.
November 21, 1865.-6 m.•
MISCELLA N E Of S ADVERTISEMENTS.
The undersigned purposes publishing provid
ed sufficient encouragement be obtained, a Map
of Huntingdon County. Said Map to be con
structed by actual survey of all the public Roads
Railroads, Rivers, Streams, Canals, Township
Lines, &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 all the
farm buildings stand, and the proprietor's and
occupant's names. Said map to contain from
fourteen to eighteen feet of engraving, and to be
finished in the most modern style and workman- !
file manner, &a. WILLIAM CHRISTY.
Doe. 19, 1855.—tf.
BROAD TOP - DEPOT.
(IUNNINTIAM & DUNN have just returned
k). from Philadelphia '
and aro now opening at
the head of the Broad Top Basin telarge and
beautiful assortment of Fall & Winter Goods
Consisting of _ _ _
Dry (.lods, Groceries, hard-ware,
Hats, boots and shoes.
willow-ware. _ _
Ready Made Clothing always on hand,
and in short everything that is usually kept ip a
BACON. SALT, FISH AND PLASTER,
kept constantly for Sale.
Call and examine our stock before purcha
sing elsewhere, and see whether we cannot
make it your interest to patronise us.
All kinds at country produce taken in ex
change for Goods at the highest market prices.
The highest market prices paid for all kinds
Prompt attention paid to storing and forward
ing all kinds of merchandise, produce, &c.
Huntingdon, Oct., 10 1855.
PMCYSArn 4112 'Y_/22,, •
3.0,000 li.Ell. KILLED.
The undersigned has just returned from the
city with a large and splendid assortment of
Fall and Winter Goode,
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. Ills stock consists of a large lot of
Dry Goods, Hardware.
,SPOTS_ & SHOE S, ; RATS IA
Glass & Queensware,
a large and splendid assortment of ready made
which be is prepared to sell in lots to suit porch.
asers._ JOHN lIUYETT,Jr.
--- ii:Tl.—Conntry produce taken in exchange
Aloomille, Nov. 7, 1855.—tt.
RIDGWAY FARM AND COAL CO.
To those who wish Farms—to hare fertile
laud at a cheap price and on easy terms, your at
tention is culled to the Ridgway Farm and
Coal Cumpuny. Twenty-five acres or more in
proportion, are given for $2OO, payable in instal
meats of SA per week, or 53 per month. It is
located in Elk county. l'a., and has one of the
best markets in the state for its produce. The
' soil is a rich loam, and is not to be surpassed
for farming, as examination will show. It has
she best elements of prosperity, being underlaid
by two rich veins of Coal, and will shortly be
intersected by four railroads. The timber is of
the most valuable kind. Title unexceptionably
good, mud warrantee deeds are given. It pre
sents a good and substantial opportunity to cont
inence farming. providing for one's children or
making au investment. Further particulars can
be had front the pamphlets which are seta to in
quirers. Letters answered promptly. Apply
or address SAII'L N. CATTELL, Secretary,
135 Walnut Street north side between Fourth
and Fifth sts., Ph iladelphia. Full information
is contained in the pamphlets.
Feb. 13,1855.-3 m.
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jJ Establishment, Allegheny St., Holliday's
hurg. Constantly on baud, Marsh CVs Im
proved Trusses—every style and size; Fine French
7 . russesfor Hernia or Rupture, combining correct
construction, extreme lightness, and durability,
with ease and comfort. .
Dr. gummy t 1 BM. for Prolapsus Uteri and
its associate pions and weaknesses; Erector Bra
ces and Chest Expanders of approved make.
EiTSvecial attention invited to Banning's la
test tiopronetnevt—the Spring•Spino Shoulder
Brace, adapted to all with stooped shoulders,
narrow chest, and spinal weakness. It attaches
to the Btidy Brace, is easy, elegant and effective.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
Perseus writing for Trusses will state No inches
around body, over rupture ; for Body Brace, No.
inches around hips ; for Spring-Spino-Shoulder
Attachment, No. inches around chest under arm
pits. instruments not lilting, exchanged, if re
Dec. 5. 1555.-3 mo.
A FARM FOR SALE.
'I l l; subscriber o ff ers for sale a tract of land
'situate in Henderson township, Huntingdon
county, bounded by lands of Peter Swoopo, John
McCartney's heirs, and others, containing
176 and one-half Acres,
about 110 acres are cleared and is a goodstate
of cultivation, the lislance . beingwell ihnbcred.
aro a good LOG
e' 4 f, HOUSE, a NEW
BANK BARN, a r. '
WAGON SHED, a CORN CRIB, two good
ORCHARDS and a nevor•failing SPRING of
water near the house. This farm is situated
six miles from the town of Huntingdon.
Terme will be made eniy to suit - purebaser,
i ANDREW ALLISON.
October 31, 185'5.—tf.
A RE YOU CO,
NO. II AIERCIIANTS' EXCHANGE,
FIRE INSURANCE, perpetual or limited,
made in town or country, on Avery description
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
J. MoDOWELL, Jn., Secretary.
W. BREWSTER, Agent, HUNTINGDON.
Jan. 23, '56.,tf,
DR. IL L. DROWN,
Returns his thanks to his former patrons, and
would respectfully announce that he has a
gain resumed the prnedce of medicine, and will
at all times be found at home, when not profes•
Charges 04 tremely moderate.
cassvilith January Ist, 1856.-3 m.
pro. MILLER & FRAZER,
Offices on Hill Street, opposite
the rn Court and North
Now is the time to purchase
!hive Just received from Philadelphia. thelar
gest and finest assortment ot Gry Goods over of
fered to the citizens of this place, and surround
ing country ; such as Merinos, Alpacas, Muslin
do Lanes,Paramatta Cloth, Persian Cloth, black
and Colored Silks and every variety of Dress
Goods and Trimmings. Also, Cloths, Cassini
ers, Vostingo, &e•, o.
Call and See
one of the finest assortments of Trimmings brc't
to this place ; also, Collars, Undersh•eves,
mazetts, Gloves of every• variety, Ladies' Scarfs
and the best assortment of Shawls ever offered.
A splendid lot of the finest Carpet and Oil Cloth.
of every variety, and the hest assortinont in town.
of every description, and at lower prices titan
can be gut at any other honey.
.Ithotigh they are a little up, we will try awl sell
.s low as the lowest.
HATS is CAI'S, HOOTS & SHOES,
the largest and best assortment ever uttered, and
at lower prices.
WILLOW WARE, &c.
and every variety of Goods, such us are usually
kept in a country store. Call and see betbre
purchasing any otl er place, and if we can't sat
isfy you of the fact, we will cave under.
fil i e st b
r e : e t
c a i s y s e o t ltr o e d n t fo o r f
s C a l l t o rp b e v rtll
Paramette Cloth, and all wool Meritioes, all wool
de lanes, of the best ,tyles and selected with the
greatest care, fur sale by J. &W. SAXTON.
500 y received and
rlgreatest,triet of Boots and Shoes ever
eredfors.ie , il. zw . ;z
Gloves, Trimmings, nt J. &. W. Saxtons.
A eautir r 'l l to f °8" Straw Bonnets, .VIxP;.
great variety of h ells, llead Dresses, Brace
111:stc'ac'v'qm„,°.:,` fo n r " sn r l t e m b e ;- t J. o l ' :4 ° . s 4a. S t i o l
ttll beautiful u< ortment of v-
elvet, il x ks T r
lesker's Ague Powders, just reed and for sale
J.& W. S A XTON.
The best lot of Shawls, such as Moshe, Casids
tiler, Bay state and square shawls. just ree'.l
and for sole by J. & W. SAXTON.
J& w. SAXTON will take all kinds of eon.-
, try produce in exchange for goode at their
cheap store, south-west curlier of Public Square.
A splendid assortment of Gum Belts just reed
-mend. for sale by \V. SAXTON.
If you want to buy good Cheap Goods.
D. P. Gavin has just received from Philadel
plait a large and beautiful stork of
FALL AND WINTDR GOODS.
consisting of the most fashionable Drt
for Ladies and Gentlemen, such as French Me
rinoes, Alpacca, Paramatta Cloth, Persian Cloth
.All Wool de Loins, Fancy de Loins,
Copings, Block and Fancy Dress Silks, awl
Prints of all description. Also, Cloths, Cossi
niers, plain and fancy Cassinets, Vestings, &c.
ALSO, a large lot of dress Trimmings, dress
Buttons, Itibhunds, Bonnet Silks, Gloves, Mitts,
Woolen and Cotton Hosiery, Laces, Veils, Un
derslecves, Collars, Chimazetts, Itiguletts, Silk
Bonnets, and a variety of Dross Goods too nu
merous to mentisn.
Flannels of all kinds, Linseys, Woolen Table
Covers, Shawls, Comforts. bleached and unblea
ched Muslins, Ticken, Cheeks, Gin) hams,
Groceries of all kinds, hats dk. Caps,
Soots and Shoes, Oil Cloths,
Buckets, Tubs, Baskets, and all goods usually
kept inn country Store.
My old customers, and ns many new ones ns
can crowd in arc respectfully requeste4 to come
and examine my goods
All kinds of Country produce taken in ex
change for goods, at the highest market prices.
October 3, 1855.
Chambersburg & Mt. Union
STAGE LINE REVIVED.
Tucultiinthieg'ilgeas" . .„Ter"Thtenrrizebiesti'wnee% l
Chamliershurg and Mt. Union, cannot be bat
disadvantageous to a largo section to the countrY
has, at considerable expense and trouble, made
arrengementa to ran a line of Stages Tri-weekly
between the two points. Good Horses and com
fortable Stages have been placed on the route,
and experienced and trusty drivers will superin
tend the running of the Coaches. The proprie
tor of the lino is desirous that it ho maintained.
and he therelbre calls upon the public generally
to patronise it, confident that it will be for *licit
mutual advantage. Every attention necessan
will be given, and the running of the Stages will
Ni'Stages leave Mt. Union, every Ttu,day.
Thursday, and Saturday evenings, arrivii, at
Chambershurg the next day at 2 o'clock.
turning, leave Chambersburg the same night ai
10 o'clock, arriving at Mt. Union early the fol
lowing evening in time for the Cars. Stagot
srop at Shirloysburg, Orbisonia, Shade Gap
Burnt Cabins, Eannettsburg, Horse Valley
Strasburg and Keefer's store.
eff'Fitrothrougli 53,00; to intermediate point ,
August 22, 1855.—tf.
BOOKS! BOOKS I!
rp lIE subscriber is happy to inform Isis nuttier
1. pus friends and customers that he has added
very largely to his already extensive and varied
stork of new and popular books—and can now
boast as great a variety at the same low prices
as the City Book Stores. Ilis STATIONARY
is of great variety and well selected, viz : Fan
cy and Plain Note Letter and Cap paper and
Envelopes. Gold Pens end Silver Holders
front $1 upwards, Pen and Pocket Knives, Port
Munnaies 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.—
Writvping paper constantly no band.
1000 PIECES WALL PAPER of every
kind, Window Paper and painted
Shade, with Putnam's Patent Self-Adjusting
' Curtain Fixtures. Al I the above at Phila. re•
tail prices' call and examine, "I endeavor to
Va. Store on Railroad St. Huntingdon,
Va. WM. COLON.
Out. IT, 1815.
v)v - 6D - yi;valofq-
M ILL STONE,."'
Corner of tiermantown Road nod New Market
Streets, on the Nor()) Pennqlvania Rail Road,
Constantly on hand or Wade to order, theco4
lowing highly approved Floor Mill Machinery.
Woodward's Patent Portablu Mill.. and Smut
Joliestou'a Patent Iron Cutleave Bran But
Siover's Patent Fuel Saving Corn Kilns.
Pi4rson's Patent Barrel Hoop and Moulding
Improved Bridge Steps and Bushes for Mill
The best Anchor Brand Bolting Cloth Burr b
Calico Mill Stones. Corn, Colo and Plaster
A I,SO SOLE OWNER OF
Johnston's Patent Cast Metal Con..
East aud South-East ulthe Ohiu and Mississip
pi 14 ivers.
Warranted to take pub of the offal of every
Bushel Ground, from 3 to 2} Ihs, of etandard
flour, which could nut he bolted out on account
oftlic electrical adhesior. to the Bran.
NOTICE hereby warn all persons against
infringing my rights, seemed by Letters Pa
tent ns above, as I will prosecute all persons
wishing, selling, or using any Brun I►usterf
with an Iron or Cast Metal Concave in vial*
lotion of the Letters Patent of Joseph John
ston, shoed A siril 24th, 1853. •
THOMAS 13, \YUMMY ARDp Proprietor.
N. B.—State and Count 7 Patent Rights for
all the above Machines toe Sale.
August 29, 1855. tf
11001 i. AGENCY.
riMHE slibbcribers hare establiphed a Book
Agency in Philitilelphia, .cl will furnish any
book or publilation at the retail price free of
postage. Any persons. by lorwarcling the sub
4cription price antiy or the $3 'litgliziacs, nuth
so Harper's. Putnam's, Gralititt's, or
Frank Leslie's Fashions, &c. witl. receive the
lbr one year and copy of the splcn
lid• lithograph portrait of either Washington.
facksou or Clay; or if subscribiug to a ha and
$ I Alitgaziac. they will receive a copy of ei
ber of tha three portraits. If subscribing to $6
worth of Magazines, all three portraits will be
•ear gratis. Music furnished to those who MK/
Envelopes of every description and size In
urge or small quantities furnished. Seal Press
!, Dies, S.c. sent to order.
Everydest ription of Engraving on Wood ea-
Toted with neatness and dispatch. Views of
Ilitildings, Newspaper Ileadiogs. Views of Ma
:hinery, Book Illustrations, Lodge Certificates,
Business Cards, &e. All orders Font by snail
iiromptly attended to. Persons Wishing views
ii' their buildings engraved can send a Daguer
reotype ur sketch of the building by mail or ex-
re, OM at a distance having saleable articles
,could find it to their advantage to address the
ttbserihers, as we would net as agents for the
, ale of the satne & PIERCE.
South Third St., Platidelehia, Pa.
Nov. 28, 1655.—1 y.
FALL AND WINTER
(lan and look before yall purchase
Ij Asjost retuned from Philadelphia and is
'now opening one of the prettiest and best
selected stock at goods ever brought to the bor
ough of Huntingdon. It would he useless to
mention all of the goods we have on hood—
Ladles , Dress Goods.
of the latest styles.
A large stock of . Hosery, Dress Trimming.,
Ribbons, Velvet, bonnets Under,leves, Collars,
Spencers, Cesimeres, Cloths, Citsinetts, Laces,
Silk Mitt', Delanes, De-Berge, Kid Glove.,
and all kinds. of goods generally kept its a
Also—a tine assortment of
11,110tg, Shoes, flats, & cape,
Glassware, Queensware and aderware.
A large nod good supply of
Call and see my goods and examine for your.
Thankful for the patronage of the past by my
friends. and the public generally, I respectfully
solicit n continuance of the Fume.
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
!bang° for goods at the highest market price.
Oct. 10, 1855.
THOMAS P. DILL & CO.
NAVE OPENED AN IMMENSE
MERCHANT TAILORING ESTABLISH
Chesnut Street, Phtladefphia, No. 16h
One door holow Fifth, North Side
Gentlemen who wish to tiny their clothingrea
dy made, quite ns good tts can be mode by tiny
Merehant Tailors of the United States, should
visit tills magnificent store, where got (Is of the
finest clone are kepateady Made and in the piece
which will he made ub to order at the shortest
notice and perfect satisfaction warranted.
Also a fine assortment of .
YanA PTIIIEIOIIIIIEt @OMIDZ..
A.. 1 every article is marked with the lowest cash
price, in plain figures.
Nov. 7, 1855.-6ino.
Etas just opened
A GO,ll ASSORTMENT
CONSIST'. OF ALL KINDS OF
dCIAVO i PANTS:o VZSIFfil e
And other articles of gentlemen's wear.
October 9, 1855.
C BET CLOTHING. AT WHOLES...,
AS CHEAP AS IN THE CITY, AT
ROMAN'S CLOTHING STORE.
All Linda, cheaper thin eliewhom ai
11. ROMAN'S CLOTHINO•STORB
TOSEPII DOUGLASS, in DlcConnellstuvo
tins constantly on hand, readv made rifles,
and is prepared to make and repair Gem of .11
kind. at the ahortestootiee.
April N. I S*o-1 y