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&dun agi gountg.
Brow.—Some eight or ten inches of snow
ill in this place on Saturday night.
iirmxa Soorerrr.—We have been requested
state that the female sewing society will
meet at Mm. Julia Milos' on Thursday evening
at o'clock. Punctual attendance is required.
BROAD Ter Basl,r.—The canal bank has been
almost euiirely removed, and by time navigation
ix open the basin will be compl tied. The work
has been pushed ahead energetically, and the
ten:rectors deserve great credit.
'rn FouNnwr.—lt is with pleasure we an
uounee the important fact, that the Huntingdon
Foundry has been rebuilt, by the enterprising
firm of John Cunniughatn & Co., and in a few
short weeks will be iu full tide of successful
FAIR.--Wo tale pleasure in announcing
to our country friends, that the ladies of the
Presbyterian Congregation intend bolding a
fair for the sale of fancy articles, &c., &T., in
tho Town Half, in the borough of fluutingdoni
luring the April Court, So come prepared to
carry home "something nice," for your wife,
your sweetheart, or ''little ones."
SINCILNG SO.OL.—We had tho pleasure of
httenaing a concert given in this place on Sat.
arday evening, by MtoAlexander of Williams.
burg Blair Co. Mr. Alexander proposes raising
a singing class in town, and all persons desi-
rous of becoming singers or having their chi!.
dren learn, can have an opportunity of sub
scribing by applying to Br. Tom Ly,n, Owen
Boat or at this office.
DEAD. —The colored individual who was in
jured by the late railroad catastrophe in this
place, died on Saturday last,. He suffered the
most excruciating agony op to the time death
kindly released him.
It was proposed to hint to have his leg am•
p"uted, as mortification had taken place, to
yres. , rve his life, but be refused; asserting that
he would rather die than bars such operation
TUN 1111,S WOOD At AnnttY.—Wu invite the
special attention of our patrons and frieds, to
skis adinirald, institution. It in situated in a
and temptations which beset the feet orynting
Ines in large towns and cities, and the gentle
men connected with it, are admirably qualified
for the statiuns they occupy. It in, in short,
the very place we can recommend !cumin is to
sand their children for education; with the as•
sarance that the a to:Merit principal tithes as
mueh interest in their welfare as if they were
//kZ"Oti another page of our paper, will he
found the tolverthwinent of the Great North
eitetn'Mutual I,aud A,5.:136311 and Agency
of Cliirnp, Illinois. The great design of this
as:o:lation is to minion land cheap, and within
inn reach of all. Bc au investment of for
one eltare, or $1 tbr a quarter sbar,, any per•
ion may beeninn n !numb( r uf the itssueitition,
entithd te all its privileges aunt prolits, and a
share in the great distribution ofFurins, 'lawn
Late, and cash dividends of $125,000, to be
made by the committee of Stecliholders the
iirst of May next, (1831.)—N. Y. Mirror.
StrThe Edie American :3tate Council Met
on Moutlay last, at which a
uslitital was adopted authorizing thu imbue.
dinate councils to di,-pone with the oaths and
obligations imposed II the ritual, and requi
ring only a pledge of honor to carry out the
principles of the American party, awl opposi.
inn to ail parties who are is farm' of a disso
lution of the UniMt. The next sessiom of the
Council trill be held at Ilarri,-burg at such time
as the President may direct.
Ftoay.—The Canal CUMMISAOLCI, having
a.ilted an appropriation of 5190,000 to the Por
tage Railroad, the Penna. 11. R. Company have
offered to carry all freights from Johnstown to
Ilullidayaburg, for $130,000.
Any person may become a member of the
Association and, joint owner of the property,
entitled to distribution, en the purchase ul one
or inure shares or quurtershares. Every share
and quail ter share it duly utunliere al, signed anal
re istered mud will draw its proportion of the
property by its Number in whole or quarter
tonic. There being a limited a umber of shames
yet masa.l,l Agents are Yanked in Ortyy Winn in
the Union, und the Cnnudn, to sell stick and
by Land Warrants, and to report extraindinary
chances for investment. A good percentage
will be allowed. Booksellers mud newsman are
particularly requested to net us agents. Lund
Warrants are wanted by the association at their
rare or $1 25 per stern, in stook or the market
prier in rash. The more funds received the
more land there will he to 'divide, as error dol
lar now received by the Dimmers will be in
vested fur the Association. A commission of
15 per cent trill he allowed on sales, anal par-
Fhasers mid circulars will be duly forward ed.--
The Directors will rammin to direct the Im-I
MSS, and any Money: , enelal , l Mu late to ' at
slimes will he immediately re; meal by ui •
Atyllan will Oen, remit ; mon as 0 m• •
finned, and write their nattier nml
plain nn possible, and the natal; r• „ •• • „
when sold. Tho Result eu C., • ;.::
will be reported to each stockliem
fig To secure sunk you have only to enclose
the money at the rate of $3 per share, and $I
each per quarter shares, in current money, at
our risk, directed to LELAND, llAltNEb
Cu., Ilex 852 Chicago 111., anal the shares will ,
be lbrwarded by return mail.
IMO LAM) WARRANTS WANTED.
We will pay the highest cash prices, in shares,
or part in shares or all each. Wu trill locate
Laud 'Warrants on the 'nest advantage°us terms
tbr parties abroad. We having efficient agents I
in every Laud Wier) with pleats of tho bbst un
°Melva (rids in the Ullloll. This ie it rare op
portunity to persons holding Land Witrrants
the Eastern States to have them located by a
reliable company, on some of the choicest lands
eat' the UM. where rapid udruneetuent is eel
tale. it trill be necessary to transmit by
mail pr express your Warrants duly transfer-
red and we will return the Sitarts or cash, by
MUM mail, or the titles to the land as soon ate
it can Ito [mated. Address by mail liar Shares
in the above ASSociatiOil, or for lueation of laud
LLLAND, BARNES & CO.,
Agents lit. N. IV. Lund Agency.
Box 832, Chicago.lllinuis.
11. B. Where parties prelim it, lands will be
[From the Philadelphia Sun.] entered in their Wales, mud tuxes, eta., mad fur
them for agreed portion of the rise in value
This will boa seasonable publication, and . • • .
r. in periods ut ur 5 years: At
hen time if
become a text book for our public men, wane by th u i r maw will ea t ur a a d
it will show that the policy of the purest putri• with 12 per cent per annum 'tamest in lieu of
ots of our country has been to distinguish be• a title to the lauds. L. B. & Cu.
tween the claims of aliens and the 'attire born. goad to put orders at once.
The scope of the work is very comprehensive, 60 — Letters simply of inquiry, should enclose
and embraces many other subjects neeesaarily p sunup ter return postage.
courieeted with main object of its investign• 11'. ISM: IV STER, Agent,
4Fn. isle by all the prineipal bookseller'. March 5,14.56.-2 me. •
Flour.—s7a7 25, per bbl. Wheat, red 1624,
White 170 a 173 cents, dull. Curls 50 a6O
cts. Oats 40 cts.
at 1 . 16,
In this borough on the 25th ult., by Rev. A.
B. Still, Mr William Dean, Jr., to Mist Sophia
Ridenour, all of Huntingdon County.
On the 28th ult., by Simeon Wright Esq.,
Mr. Christian Pheasant to Mitts. Wealthy
Greenland of Union township.
I) :he 14th, tilt., byy. E. Plummer, Esq., Mr.
Thews:, Keith, to Mitts. Mary Russell both
Hopewell Township Huntingdon County.
The Views anti Opinions of
s TAT 461%.11141
BY JOHN P. SANDERSON.
J. B. Lippincott & Co., No. '2O N. St.
[From the Philadelphia Inquirer.]
Mr. Saudersou has evidently invcstigaed Lhe
subject thoroughly, and the result of his labor
is an immense moss of truly vuluable informa-
Lion Exactly such a work has rug been nee
ded and its appeorunee will be bailed with the
liveliest satislitetion, by all who desire to be
come fulls acquainted with the morel and in
tellectual resources of the country.
HUNTINGDON COUNTY, PEN NA.
W. H. WOOD, A. M., Proprietor and Prin.
SAMUEL CAMPBELL, Assistant.
JOHN. M. CAUSLAND, Teacher in Pre
Rev. W. S. MORRISON, Lecturer on Ev
idences of Christianity.
Rev. JAMES CAMPBELL, Lecturer on
J. A. SIIADEOII. D., Lecturer on Anat•
°my and Ilygealia.
The semi-annual Exhibition will take place
on the Ist Wednesday of April. An address
will be delivered It entre the sueieties in the fore
part of the day. The Exhibition will came off
in the evening; the examinations the week pro
whine. These exercises the lemeds Of education
AEC respectfully invited to attend. The next
session will open the lot Wednesday of May.—
This InAitutien holds out peculiar Inducements
to young men seeking an education. The Ward
of Instructors is composed of gentlemen of high
literary attainments and skilled in their profes
sions. The location is very healthy, having the
pure mountain air mud free from all noxious va
pors arising from stagnant water and marshy
ground. Thum subject to ague could nut tied
a niece desirable place. The temptations to
vice, idleness, dissipation are few. There is
nothing to draw the mind of the student from
Ida books, no liquor Is allowed to be sold in
the place or nearer than Alt. Union, 17 milas
It is jost such a situation as a young mull desi
rous of improvement would seek.
The societies are in a flourishing condition,
and each bus a tine library of choice works. The
buildings are large anal commodious, capable of
accommodating MAIM tilty students. Shade Gap
is a quiet and retired place, satiated on the nail
route between elininbersburg and Ma Alt. Union
station of the Penna. Railroad.
ThIZAIS—For session of liveluenths, for board
tuition, and rum, $52.50. Washing, light and
fuel, extra. Students are charged trout the time
entering until the close of the .session. Pay•
meats quarterly in advance. For eatalugues
and further particulars address
W. 11. WOODS,
Shade Gap, blunt. Cu., Pa.
March 5. 11356.-3nio,
Elrj.g.aAftWAL6L'i.:J•:• - 0p1 . L, , 11 - fli.Jr.il.
AII;3TE T,Ti7:iiiV, - ;;Tic.7iii,TE,T,i --
511A111,11 $3. Quarter SIIARES $l.
Directors of the Great Na th We,dern
I Mutual Land Agency, elected hy tho Share
holders of their respective towns, tan. 1,4 I Sin
F. 11. Beauhien, Ottawa city, C. W., Walton
11. Draper, New York, 11 I'. Matteson, Spring
field, 111., G. W. Mason, Richmond, Va., 11. W.
Leland, Chicago, 111., G. L, 13arnes, Chicago,
111., respectfully announce that in accordance
with the vote of a large majority of the stoek
holders, received by letter in am wer to their
first circular and report, that they will distribute
1t5TD.11( . 01 MAY, 1856,
Among the slmcchohlors or the Assuointion,
$125,000 IN LANDS AND CASII.
eornprising 42 fine firms, worth from $5OO
to $30,000, each, 1,000 town lots in ruond,ing
towns; 20,000 acres choice 'Western lands, as
1 Farm of 320 acres, with orchard nod
good buildings, within ono mile of
the R. R. station, and 20 miles of
I Farm, 100 nines, in Rick county,
Wis., with young orchard, fair buil
dings, and lintf timbered, 20,000
4 Forms in Illinois, each $lOOO, •4,000
3 " Indiana. " 500, 1,500
2 " Missouri, " 000, 1,200
Ten 100 acre tracts in Wis, each $4OO, 4,000
1,000 town lots in the above States, 5,000
20.000 acres if choir e n ild land,, 30,000
10,000 acres prairie landA in lowa and
Minnesota, being entered. • _ . . .
Each lot and Coin is a prize, and the lands
are so divided as to secure to., every share, at
least a town lot or en urn orgood hind, with the
elntnets ler the splendid farms, worth limn ssoi.)
to *tiOdinn each. . _ .
I . '"iinelt is the inereasedllllC of these lands
that plliellaSCl, htnnd ready to pay cash, within
20 per cent o r their valuation, for any of the
prizes user $lOO. And [nastier ',sizes will be ta
ken at their raise, in pa; went fur stuck in the
next annual diArilnllloll.
Your committee have received the hooks, pa
pers, registers °utilities to the lands, har t , viol
tool roost of the limns, and find everything cur
veer and satisfactory—much beywel their most
sanguine expectations. They therefore, without
hesitation, recommend the association to all who
may de,ire a home in the West, and to those
sechilig lirolitahle investments. Where a few
dollars now invested may tell largely in the fu
ture without tisk or lust!
Cheapest "Job Printiug' 9 nice,
Ski IC E 1 COUNTI.
We have now made such arrangements in our
Job as kill enele as to du alt idmis Ot
Job Printing at 20 per cent.
Than any Unice in the County.
The Commissioners appointed by an Act of
Assembly, passed Feb. 27, A. D. 1034, to open
books, receive subscription and organize a
Company, by the name, stile and tide of the
“Barree Stud. and Alexandria Plank Road
Company," will meet, for that purpose, in the
borough of Alexandria, on Saturday, the 16th I
doe of March, A. D. 18.50, at the Hotel of Win,
Feb . . 20, 1856.-4 t.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. I _______.
Give us a call. If we do not give entire sati,
litotion, no charge at all will he made.
nth P UY &KO 0 S y
w no Lusm. DEALELS IN
FISH, CHEESE & PROVISIONS,
No. 47 Nolo, 11 HAI, ES, 1101.00 la,: Sr.
Keep constantly on hand a large assortment
of Ft., cust.so esu Pitommoss, wine!' they
are prepared to dispose of at the lowest maritet
rates. Ordem promplly executed.
Orphans' Court Sale.
I will sell on the premises, on Wednesday, the
Gilt day of March nal,
A Lot of Ground,
in the borough of Casevillo, late the property of
John Speer dee d .
. _ . .
Tmois—Cash on confirmation of the sale at
April Court. By order of the Court,
Adger. John ;.ipeer, deed.
Feb. 27, 1856.-2 t.
[To the Lien Creditors of John L. Cox.l
THE undersigned Auditor, appointed by the
Court or Common Pleas of Huntingdon cu.,
to distribute the proceed.; in the Sheriff's hands
orde sale oh the Real Estate ot John la Cox,
hereby gives nutlet', that he will tittend to the
duties of his appointment, lathe Prothonotary's
ollice, iu the borough of lientin,:;don, Oil Sub,
day, Mr 1:1!.1 acct, at 1 o'Ll.te's, P.
when au, h. re nll prsolLi must prt•sent their
claims ...• undersi,;ned Auditor, ur ha
dtbsrfe,, • :dug in upon ruid
boll, 27, •
TT!: 1,, County,
;Qv . •
9 u'doeli, Al., an.).. t
Jarrett at tho • ~ ,',•••• l
March ut tl v in V.
Barret: town ddp on Monday iho 10th day of
Mooch at iha hot.: of Jam,' Fhaloing in Ma
Jackson township on Tuesday the 11th day
of March, at Stewart; s, AleAlmey's Fort.
Morris township on Wednesday the 12th at
Himiet's ' Spruce Creek.
Franklin township on Thursday the 13th at
the public house iu MechaniesriPm
Warriumniark township ott Friday the 11th
at the house of James Chamberlain in Wand
Walker to,nship on Nloaday the 17th at the
house el Benjamin Mesahan in MuCutinells.
Penn town,hip on Tuesday the ISth at the
hou,e George tionaehohler iu Mar:doshurg.
Hopewell tewniihip on IVe.lne,dey the lUth
at James Entrohia's, entree Run. •
Toil township on ihnrstiay the 2 , th at the
Hired School House near Nagle Foundry.
Cuss township on Friday the List itt the
Stit•nd House is Ca .sville.•
Clay township on Stiturday the 22d at the
Schnul House in Scot.% 111,
Svrin,dield vn Monday the 24th at the School
House near M.tadens.
Cronin; - II Tuesday the 23th at the School
Muse at Ortihionia.
Shirley township nail Shirle.;,ltur,. borough
on Wedna,cluy the at Mrs. r t in
'Fell town,hip Tharsd the 27th at the
School House rear •holos Gut, Loran.
Dubiin township Friday the 28th at the pub.
lie house Mode (lap.
Brady township on Monday the 31st at Mill
Creek at thu house of James IC. Mullis..
Union township on the Ist of April at the
house of Caleb Sweeps.
Henderson Liwoship and Huntingdon Bor
ough ou the 2tl day of Apia at the Commis•
THOMAS M ER,
BENJ. K. N I?, Corn.
JACOB BA KIT,
Feb. 27, 185 G.
J. C. Arcr...NARA.,
DAVID WATSON, JNO. C. INN.:
Co.,liollidaysbarg, I;loi r • o Pa.
TILT proprietors of this etdahlisli
merit have lately inert, `led
facilities for tarnishing ext eii•iv el,
Steam Ettgines, Blowing ll:whim....
Railroad Car-wheels mid .Axles, Mill 6e.tr
ing, Valleys, Hang, rs, .1 add
whet. pipes, For e -• „, -.t . ill
1,10 1 0 „ PW
IOS:III.Fri.IX " er
ai 1Z. , 111. .111-
c,t,thii,htn,nt in th
, HAN WA'ISON & CO.
FIVE PER. CENT SIVINC FEND,
or The Nalkmal BaNy C,ariny.
'alhut Strea, Switi r Third Sired,
Ineorpore fed by the State of Penn
sylvania in INCL.
i i roney is rucivad iii tuly sum large or small,
.13 f and interest paid from the dry of depo4it.
• • - • • •
- he °Men is or n ev •ry Jay, n•ont 9 o'clock
in tlic morning till 7 o'cl, in rho o'vning, and
0:1 Monday find evenings, till 9 o'clock.
INTERES I' vEtt
All s nnlx lung or small, are paid 1 , ,1ek in phi
on d t • ni ,n4l ooti,o, to any atimmint.
President. Hon. HENRY L. 131 , ,NN1 , 31,
Vico Pre , ,ident, RoisEirr SELPIHUGIi,
Secretary, Wtt. J. REL.,
C. Landreth Munns,
F. Carroll Brewster,
Joseph B. Barry,
Ilen. L. CIIIIIThinan,
Henry L. Benner,
Edward L. Carter,
Samuel K. Ashton
James it. Smith,
The investments, ateounting as per statement
of Jan. I, 1856. to 5876,218.91, (nine koala
and lierellipdX MOP/Waal, 11 , 0 hilatii,/ Mid eighte.,
dollars and ninety-one cools,) in accordance with
the act of incorporation, are made in Morgaces,
Orono , ' Rents, and in such lirst-class eceuri, les
as must always insure perfect security to the de
positors, and place beyond all risk the perms
nency and stability of this old and well-numb
February 20, 1858.
1 00 — linthe's Mraa4lll . l7 l : 'OpNw.
SUOCESSOR TO KING & MOREHEAD.
yllAplV22o s r i ,
AND DEALER IN
Fish, Bacon, Chrse, Dried Fruit, Lard, Lard
Oil, Ila.rsped Oil. White Lead, P.'y Lead, Win
dan• Glass, Glassware, Iron and Nails, Star and
Tallow Cm',Hes, l'ariegaled and Rusin Soup, and
y , n ano fiodures generally.
No. ,TY Wood St.,
Particular attention given NI the sale of
illehil and Blooms, and liberal advances made
Feb. 13, 1856.-Iy.
HENRY W. OVERMAN,
South Third Street,
Importer of French Calf Skins ;
BIANUFANMIEII AND 01.1:11AL
• 1112TIIIII 1a2122.
Has Constantly on Hand, awl Always
Finishing, all kinds of
Skins, tid.e., &c,
The attention of Country Merchants and Man
ufacturers, is solicited.
RED AND OAK SOLE LEATHER.
January 2, 11156.--Iy.
lit Iron Manufacturers.
rpm subscriber has recently discovered an ore
j bank which will yield an abundant supply of
is on t trc .—' Phis Ore Bank is on a small tract of
laud (belonging to the subscriber) containing n
heat twenty acres—situated in Walker Town
ship, about one mile and three quarters iVout the
station on the Broad Top Railroad, near Mc-
Sp.:Omens of the ore may be seen in Mut
jowl. at the Ticket ' , Mee of the Penna. Cen
Thc -subscriber will either sell or lease the a
bo, tract ut land.
January 2, 18:16.-4m.
i 'Ol4 t',03131 EILCI% 14C itOOL.
he, epenvd in the. Hail formerly ue
-Sons of Temperance" in the
Hun ingdou ; n School alitlar the a
tlt!or in which, is proinised to he given a
thorough course of Instruedon nuti Practiee in
Slagle and double Entry !look-Keeping. Al-u
lectures on Cotntnercial Law. will he ;,-.iycn in
regular course, by the most talented matillwr, ( ,1
Students con cuter at any time, a day or eve
ning' Class, or both if they wilt. lt?r any other
pirticulars,address personally or Iry letter
Huntingdon, I)er. ID, 1555.-31 u.
[Estate of jr,.n S,lftidge, late of Ilarree rp.]
AUDITOR'S , NOTICE.
The undersigned Auditor, appointed to dis
tribute the assets or butane., in the hand of Win.
Moore, adMillistrattir of said deed., will :mend
fur that purpose, at his (Ake in the borough ol•
Huntingdon, on Thursday the 20 day of Alarch,
A. 1). lees, ut lu o'cioek A. M. All persons
interested are notified to present their vials.
such Auditor , nr be debarred 'ruin twining
in for a share ut such assets or fund.
A. W. BENEDICT, Auditor.
F e b.
Mules For Sale.
The subscriber for sale largo, tine
make, with wagon .rust mule; are
large, souti.l, :opt is good condition, sic years
ohl, awl ;vow 1000 each This
is as good a droll team lei is ill the county. If
prererretl o four only will he sold.
.1. R. .ISHEWSTER.
Carrick Furnace, I , ranklin Co., I':t.—feblitr,
ot,isosArritoN OF PARTNERSHIP.
The Partner,hip heretoftwe existing between
the undersigned, is thii•day Ity mutual consent
dissolved. The business will he curried on
hereafter, by John II nyett..lr., ut the old stand.
JOHN HU VETT, du.,
HOBERT M. CUNNINGHAM.
Oct. 31, 1e:,. - i.-tll
2Y11 . 111•2,
ttll AN.W4 OR.
Office with I).tunft. AVM., Esq., 11H:street,
between Montgomery and Smith streets, Hunt
ingdon, Pentea. [Sept. 21','M.( tf.
An Improvement worthy of the Pro
ALDRICH & FOOTEN
PATENT WASHING MACHINE
rpm; subscriber is prepared to furnish every
1 citizen of the Commonwealth with one of
these superb articles, achnowlellged4y all who
have them in use, and by every one who has tes
tni bent, to be superior to anything of the kind
et e brought before the public. . . .
Toev are tondo of tho . l,eat material, under the
supervision of the suh-t•riher, who's prepared to
ti,ilS . o, them at any point in this or theotdjoining
This matt:him: posse,tes many atilvaii
any other of the kind, from the Met,
tlmt It in no manlier wears the clothing, ace lees
.:1• , feces sin to seven dollars.
'PI • • W.-ern), warra,/, this moolline to give
NolPu , dei fidni , nt. It it dues nut du everything.
lie •..‘ no I • il,rge tt ill. 111:1,1e. A trill k ear
'tent It invited and peri'eet , dtkravtinit n dreamed.
A ,mow recon.ntendation for tho inaehine is
the nooilicr ..:ready sold.
Any person who nish., une of these articles,
eau be a.:eonimoilated by addrvislnir
B. J. WILLIAMS,
Alexandria, Hunt. Cu., Pa.
Jan. 1,1856, May 80, 1855.-ly
J. W. TiIIOMPSOA,
AVVCYMiks:',( AV. 4.a_MZ/D
COMMISSIONER JOB PENNSYL VA /A.
Jilin' cavort, lowa.
' Attends to buying, and locating Lands
and land warrants, pay, taxer. loins Money on
Real Estate security, on commission, o.llllllles
and makes abstracts of title, &c. Any baiiness
intrnsted, will be attended to promptly and with
." - ii,.;enr to lion. Goo. Taylor and Dionibors of
the Bar at liontimdon.
November 21, 1855.--Gm.•
j EMUS of Administration on the estate of
L Joshua Edwards, late of Tod township,
dee'd., having been emoted to the undersigned
all persona indebted to said estita are regime.
ted t. make immediate 'payment, and those
having accounts against the same should pre
sent them fur settlement.
ALLEN EDWARDS, .4drre'r.
Feb. 27. 1856.-6 t
fvlV OF •
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, Cantds, Township
Lines, &c., and every place of note contained in
said county carefully :Mown in their respective
places, and the name and place of residence of
nearly every businessman in said county, middle
branch of BusinesA 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,'lind to be
finished in the most modern style and workman
like manner, she. WILLIAM CHRISTY.
Dec. li, I 55.—tf.
litt. Zs WINT:TA tOOMO,
BROAD TOP DEPOT
om I M\ c i, p t
2 & i
d N a l r ir n •e o j w n s o t p r e e n tz a d t
the head of the Broad ' Top Basin a large end
beautiful assortment of Nall & Winter Goods
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard-ware,
Hats, boots and shoes.
Ready Matto Clothing always on hand.
and in short everything that is usually kept in a
15,I('!0.\ 1 :R-IET, FISH AND PLASTER,
kept constantly for Sale.
Call and examine our stock before purcha
sing elsewhere, anti see whether we cannot
make it your interest to patronise us.
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
change Mr Goods at the highest market prices.
The highest market pliers paid her all kinds
Prompt attuntion paid to storinc: and forward
inn all kinds of inerehandise, produce, &e.
Huntingdon, Oct., 1U 1855.
INSICEMIEZ'SI4 CYfr VII 2 V 1220
30.000 M . El\l KIL4ED,
The undersigned Jots j.t returned from the
city with a large and splendid assortment at
Fall and Winter Goods,
which Le is nu:: prepared to dispose of at very
low altd reasonvh le rates. l'ersons desiring to
pitrelta-o will find it to their interest to give him
a call bcfore purchasing elsewhere, no he ,tudies
only to please. llis stock cutisi,, Of a barge lot of
Dry Goods, Ilarthvare,
110071.!;14 2.; at AV ;q Zt
Glass & Queensware,
CLOTI I iNG,
Ile is prepared to sell in lota to suit much.
I:.—Country produce taken in exchange
Nlo,xville, Nor. 7, 1855.—tf.
uanGwAY riatm AND CO.tL CO.
To thosu who wish Farms—to hare fertile
land at a cheap price :onion ensy limas, your at
tention is called to the EiM, tartll and
Coal Company. Twenty-1:0e more in
proportion, are Riven for $2OO, payable in instal
:news of PI per week, or lit per niontli• It is
located in Elk county. to.. mot h. 1 . 1,1, Or the
be, markets in the state fur its produce. The
soil is a rid, loam, and is not to ho surpassed
11,1• farming. as examination will show. It bus
the best elements of pr.perity, being underlaid
by two rich veins of Coal, and will shortly lie
intersected by four railrolds. The timber in o r
rho most valuable kind. 'title Invoice
good, and WillTilifiCe deeds are given. it pre-
scut:: gOOCIIId 01,11:11,1111ty 10 COM
1111,1We farming. providing hit onti'a children or
to thing an inveitinent. Further particular:: Call
be had from the pamphlets which itro sent to in
qakera. Letters answered promptly. Apply
or :obit..., SAM", W. CATTELL, :Secretary,
135 Walnut Street, north side between Fourth
an.l Fifth st,, Philadelphia. Full information
in contained in the pamphlet,
COFIrEI'S Trans and Brace
All,glieny St., Hollidays
burg. Consuntly oil hand, Marsh Co's Ito.
prmed Trasscs—e,ry tit le and size; Fine French
Trusscsii-o Rupture, combining eerrect
com rotc lightness, and durability,
with ea:e and eoanort
Pot' Prolapses Uteri tool
its associate pain; and eakneises; Eeontor Bra
ccs and Chest L . ...yonder, or approved make.
tir Special attention invited to Mulling's /a
lest iwpror, nn al—the Spring-Spitto Shoulder
((race, adapted to all with stooped shoulders,
marrow chest, and spinal wealin CAS. It attaches
to the Body Bra,:e. is easy, elegant and e Weal no.
Order, from a distance promptly attended to.
Persons writing (lit Trusses will state No inches
around hotly, over rupture ; Inr Body Brace, No.
inclici around hips ; for Spring-Spino-Shoulder
Attachment, No. inches around chest ender arm
pits. Instruments not titling, exchanged, Ur°.
Dee. 5. 1855.-3 m 0.
t RE YOU MIMED I
LI EXCHANGE INSURANCE CO.,
NO. 11 MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE,
FIRE INSURANCE, iierpetnal or limited,
made in town or country, on every description
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
J. Mono W ELL, dn., Secretary.
\V. BREWSTER, Agent, Ilurcosionox.
Jam 23, '36.-tf.
xr,itice is herebe given that. Letters of Admin..
no tie estpto of Michael Ma e ,iiire,
late of tweet township, dee'd., have been grant
ed to the undersigned. All per.us indebted
to raid estate are requested to make immedi•
me payment, and those having claims or de
mands against the same, will present them for
settlement to JAMES MAGUIRE,
West tp., Jan. 30, 1856.--tit. Adners.
Whatever partnership which existed between
the under.d.;ned in the Sart eying business has
been dissulv,d by Inman: consent.
J. SIM PSON • AFRICA,
J. F. RAMEY. •
The business wilt be conducted as formerly
by .1. Simp,on
DU. U. L. BMOWN,
R s u i c •m c e t r i. p t atr o t a nd
gain resumed the pracjee el' ineilieine and Will
at all times he thand at home, when slot &ores•
sionally engaged. •
Charges extremely moderato.
Cassville, January Ist, 1856.-3 m.
Dm MILLER & FItAZER,
Offices ou llill Street, opposite
the Court House, and North East
Corner of Hill nod Franklin.
Now Is the time to purchase
FALL &Wild I fit tiOUOS
Igo :.:. Vi.. '...12311TCV1D,
Have Just received from Philadelphia, the lar
gest and finest assortment of Dry Uouds ever of
fered to the citizens of this place, and surround
ing country ; such as Merinos, Alpacas, Muslin
de Lanes, Paramatta Cloth, l'ersian Cloth, Hoek
and Colored Silks and every• variety of Dross
Goods and Trimmings. Also, Cloths, Cassini.
ers, Vestings, &c.
ono of the finest assortments of Trimmings hrc't
to this place ; also, Collars, Undersh.eves.
tuazetts, Gloves of every variety, Ladies' Scarfs
and the best assortment of •Shaw la ever OileFeli
A spleudid lot ante linest Carpet awl Oil Clot
of every variety, and the hest a ,, sorttnent in town
of every dt'seriPlion, ntt l nt lower prices than
can he got at any other house.
although they are a little np, we Will try and stl
as low as the lowest.
turrs & cips, !LOOTS & SHOES,
the largest ned best assortment ever uttered, any
at lower prices.
I.I7ILLOIXT W.&RX, &c.
and every variety of Goods, such as are usually
kept in a country store. Cull end see before
purchasing any otl cr place, and if or can't sat
isfy you of the fact, we will cave under.
best assortment of o.troct and oil Cloth
just received .d for sale by J. & W. Saxton.
'rho handsomest zlisortieent of Do lanes, Per-
I sine Cloth, Larilla Cloth, &rage de Lan , s,
Paramette Cloth, and all wool Mt:Haloes, all wo o l
do lanes, or the hest stiles and stpleeted with the
greatest cure, for sale by .1. &W. SAXTON.
snn webs assorted Prints, just received and
tik , for sale by & W. SAXTON.
TiTfteititvtrit; of iortsnnSs ever
o,relruesaie j.v.A rl o ;
L adies' Collard , Undceslceves , Cl.(uutzetts, and
Bo beautiful lot
nnets, by I,,lats
&Caps, also Silk and
ellss,FraeT: \V. Saxton.
1 Just rcrs'd and for sale by J. & W. Sexton.
A. beautifu l‘.ost,
ii n g s z y b t y men .. i. v s e 2 ‘ , . ; ,.., s si l k .x. aa i , o l
14. : a l y ier's Ague Powt)ers,
a f t S e 1
i s u a t e r l e l C
and for sale by .1. Sc. W. snxTos.
W. s.k.x.roN will lake nll kinds of conn•
tJry produce .
exelo.n,e for coods nt their
cheap store, south-we, corner of Public Square.
If you taut to buy good Cheap Wods•
10... 1',.: O..WIIVA.
D. I'. Gwin 1,, just received from rbiltolul
plat% a large and mock or
rAxim AND I.VIISTMED. GOOLS
~,,i• sting of the most fashionable Dress Boosts,
10s. I.adies aml Gentlemen, such as French Mc
rinoes. A Ipacca, Paramatta Cloth, Persian Cloth
All Wool de Loins, Fancy de Lidos, Debabse,
Copings, Black cool Fancy Dress Silk s , an d
Prints of all description. Also, Cloth, Cassi
mers, plaits and Miley Cassinets, VeAings. &c.
ALSO, a large lot of sires, Trimmings, dross
Buttons, llibbond, Bonnet Silks, Gloves, Mitt,,
Woolen and Cotton Hosiery. Laces, Veils, Un
derslecccs, Coilars, Chimasetts, Rigalcits,
Bonnets, and a variety of Gross Boosts too mi
nter°. to menti 311.
ritIIIIICIS of all kinds, linseys. Woolen Tattle
Coc ci ., Sh a wls, Comforts. bleached and unblea
ched Muslin , , Cheeks, Cinhhruns, Sc.
Groceries of ali hinds, unto d Cap-,
Moots and Shoes, Oil Cloths,
73 'z.arntrallm, cgramvswJ ZIT
Buckets, Tubs, Baskets, and all goods usually
kept in a country Store.
Mc old customer, m u d as many new ones as
can crawl . in are respectrully requested to come
ail examine me geode
All kin is of Country produce taken in ex
change for goods. at the highest market prices.
October 3, 1855.
Cliambersburg & Mt Union
STAGE LINE REVIVED
mute that a suspension of
the line of Stages over the road between
Chninhershurg and Mt. Union, cannot be but
disadvatage°ns to it largo section to the country
has, at considerable expense and trouble, made
arrangements to run II line of Stages Tri-weekly
between the two points. Good Horses and ruin
fumble Stages have been placed on the route,
and experienced and trusty drivers will superin
tend the running or the Coaches. The proprie
tor of the line is desirous that it be maintained,
and ho therefore calls upon the public generally
to patronise it, confident that it Will be ler their
mutual advantage. Every attention necessary
will be given, tun -the running of the Stages will
U . , ' Stages leave Mt. Union, every Tuesday,
Tifursfloy, and Saturday evenings, arriving at
Cluonbersburg the next day at 2 o'clock. lte
inciting, leas, Chambersburg the same night at
10 o'clock, arriving at Mt. Union early the fol
lowing evening in time for the Cars. Stages
stop at Shirlepharg, Orhisonia, Shade Gap,
Burnt Cabins' Fannettsburg, llorse
Strasburg and Kee'er's store.
erFarethroigh $3,110: to intermediate points
August 22, 1855.—a. •
30,000 iv . ( w n o i r E r s e jsr b r e i:
AMIE subSeriber is happy to inform his limner-
A one friends and customers that he has added
very largely to his already extensive and vurii.d
stock anew and popular books—and can row
boast as groat tt variety at the some low prices
as the City Reek Stores. His STATIONARY
is of great variety and well solaced, viz t Fun
ce find Plain Note Letter and Cap paper and
Fnvelopna. Gold Pens and Silver Holders
from hi upwards, Pen and rocket Knives, P o rt
Monnaies and Pocket- Books, Ink and inkstand.
Rsaor-strops anti Brushes. &c.
School Books in quantities to country merch
ants nod teachers at City wholesale prices.—
Wrapping paper constantly on hand.
1.000 PIECES WALL PAPER of ovary
kw, is tow Paper and painted
Shade, with Putnam's Patent Self-Adjusting
Curtain Fixtures. All the above at Phila. re
tail prices call and examine, "I endeavor to
plasm" Hture on Railroad St. Huntingdon,
P a . WM. COLON.
net. IT, Ma.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERT ISEMENII.
~;ri U"JJ `J`J s~llsJ'
,MILL STONE,- 4
Corner of German CI Wn RUIld and New . Market
:itreets, on tint North Penttnylvania Sail acted,
Constantly . hand or wadeto order,
kwinghighl''PPr"'ed Floor ‘.ll litehiiery.
Woodward'd Patent Portable Mills andsaut
Johnston's Palma Iron Concave ratt I)uit
furor', Potent Foul acing Con, Kilns.
liersonls Putout Barrel Hoop and Moulding
lio,roved Bridge Steps and Bushes for Mill
The best Anchor Brand Bolting Cloth Burr &
Callen Mill Stone, Corn, Cole and Plaster
ALSO SOLE OWNER OF
John:Ann% Patent Cast Metal Con.
mss: Y-1 u i i it n 222
East and Suuth-Eust olthe Ohio and blisissip
Warranted to take out of the offal of every
Bushel Ground, from 1 to 2/ lbs, of standard
flour, which could not be bolted out on account
untie electrical adhesior, to the Bran.
NOTICE hereby warn all persons against
infringing my rights, secured by Letters Pa•
tent as shove, as 1 will prosecute all persons
making, selling, or using aug . Bran Dusters
with an Iron or Cast Metal Concave in via•
littion of the Letters Patent of Joseph Joha•
star., dated April 24th, 1854.
THOMAS 13. WOODWARD, Proprietor.
N. B.—State and County Putent Rights for
all the above Machines for Sale.
THE sabscribers have egablished a Book
1 Agency in Philadelphia, andwill furnish nil
Look or publi,ation at the retail price tike of
postage. Any persons. by forwarding the tub
script ion price of any of the $a Magazines. such
as Harper's. Golley's, Putnam's, Graham's. or
Frank Leslie's Fashions, &e. will 'Teel,: the
magazines for one year and t copy of the ,pl, 0-
lid lithograph portrait of either 'Wind:o4:ton,
Jackson or Clay ;or if suhserildag to a and
n$ I Mega:doe, they will receive u copy of ei
ther of the three portraits. If sultntibing to $6
worth of Magazines, al: three portraits will he
sent gratis. Music furnished to thotc who tray
Envelopes of every description and size In
large or. smoll quantities furnished Seal Ens,.
es. Dies, &e. sent to order.
Every'desrription of Engraving on 'Wood ex
tented with neatness and dispute!, Views of
Buildings, Newspaper Headings, View, of
ebinery, Book Illustrations, Ledge Certigtutes,
Rosiness Cards, &e. All orders seta by n•eil
promptly attended to. Persons width,; ,iris
of their buildings engraved can send n Daguer
reotype or sketch of the building by mail or ex-
!'. nt a distance baying snlenble urtiefee
fin.' it to their advantage to address the
WO Wollid lIS Cm' the
.le of the same BYRAM & PIERC'E,
50 South Third St., l'hiludelrhiti, Po.
FALL ..A I\ 7 1) WINTER
C all and look before y putcpate
AS just returned from Vhiludelphie end Is
now opening one of the prettiest ta tad I cut
selected stock 01 goods ever brought to the bor
ough of Huntingdon. It would be uselet, to
attention ail of the goods we brave on hnard--
Lad ies , Dress Goods.
A large stuck of liosery, Dress Trimmings,
Ribbon, Velvet, bonnets Undersleves, Collars,
Spencers, Casitnores, Cloths, Casilletts, Leces,
Silk Mitt, Delanos, De-Berge, hot Cloves,
nudall kinds of goods generally kept in as
Also'—a lino assortment of
Boots, Shoes, Hots, & cape,
Glas.va;e, queensiectre and cedm;ar;,
A largo and good supply of
Fresh G roce ries.
Call and see my goods and examine for your
- - Thankful for the patronage of the part by my
friends. and the public generally, I respectfully
solicit n continuance or the tentk.
All kinds at country nr.alucc taken in ex
change for goods at the highest market price.
Oct. 10, 1855.
THOMAS P. DILL & CO,
CLOIII ING SORE,
MERCHANT' TAILORING ESTABLISH
Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, No. 165
One door below Fifth, North Side.
Gentlemen who wish to buy their clothing rea
dy made, quite 00 good as Cll7l be made by Lily
Merchant Tailors of the United States. should
visit this magnificent store, where gotds of
fine , t class are kept Ready Made and in the piece
which will be made up to order at the shortest
notice and perfect satisfaction warranted.
Also a fine assortment f
YRIE TrILMEMLIECt (t 00D
And every article is Inarl4e,l with tho lowest cash
price, in Oulu fi g ures.
Nov. 7, 1855.—firao.
Ifue just opened
ei GO 0 ASSO RTMENT
COUSISTING OF ALL KINDS OF
COATS: rAwrsi vrwrs,
And other articles of gentlemen's wear.
October 3, 1845.
CAN OUT CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE,
AS CHEAP AS IN TILE CITY, AT
. RONAN% CLOTHING STORE.
All kinds, cheaper than elsewhere, st
11. ItO.IIIAIC'S CLOTIIINO STORE
JOSEVH DOUGL A SS, in bleConnell6town
has conetuntly on hand, ready mode rideo,
and is prepared to make and repair Gam or 144
kinds at the obortestrintioe.
April 211, 11911..1y,