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guntin g bon Nunat.
•NEWS ABOUT HOME.
NEIL—It is said that game of all kinds is
vety plerty in the southern part of our county.
A great number of deer, wild turkeys, &e.,
have bean killed in the Broad Top region--
The former have been remarkably tame this
season. The Wrightsville Star says that on
Sunday morning last, a fine largemntlerd buck
• just emigrated, and paddled his own
canoe from York to Lancaster county, via the
Susquehanna river, was disccvered on the tow•
ing path ot the Penn'a Canal near Clique's
rock, above Columbia, when he again entered
the river, .d swam to Bridge Island. From
thence he set sail again down:the river, and se•
veral of our citizen. had quite an exciting a•
quatic chase after his Buckship, near a mile,
rto the Dam, when he again emerged from the
•water, and took to :he York county hills again
• scot free. Whether or not this noble son of the
forest, was, as is customary now•a•days en route
for Wheatland, to consult his namesake, in re•
ference to the ft eedom of the territory so long
occupied by his tribe, and upon which the tribe
of bipeds would engraft civilization, and the
slavery or expulsion of his tribe, we know not;
we only state that we do know.
SHAWLS.—With the advent of the cold wea
ther we notice a number of spindle•shanked,
young gentlemen promenading the streets with
their delicate forms encased in cross•barred
shawls. Generally they are queer•looking boys
with significant countenances, which seem to
say, " our mothers know we're out, and we're
bound to create a sensation." Perhaps they
do create a sensation—perhaps not—but why
ther or not we do nut care. Our object is to
notice that smong the very fashionable, shawls
are all the go, and those who want them will
find the greatest variety and abundance at toy
of our dry goods stores. Nuf ced.
Flour ox, Ritreamcass.—We have received
several interesting letters from our Republkan
*jowls in different sections of the county, all
of them breathing but one sentiment—"peree•
vere." The cause is just, the victory certain.
The late contest is a partial victory. Geo. W.
Curtis, eloquently says : "What have we a•
(thieved in this contest 7 We have lost a bat.
tle, but we have won a victory. The receding
steps of the men who retired from Bunker llill
echo through history like the advancing tread
of the great army of freedom. Such is precis:,
ly our position this day."
WOLVISH.—Wo are inibrined by a gentle•
man that ho hoe seen a wolf in 'roans, which
attends a gentleman's stock of cheep, in the
came manner as a shepherd's dog, going out
with them in the morning and returning with
them at night. Ire was captured when young,
and has been trnined with the sheep.—Ec.
That's no wonder. A friend informs us he
knows a Wolf up the river, who not only tends
his flock of sheep but his neighbors' idAo. He
is of the "two•legged" species, and he took it
COSMOPOLITAN AnT ASSOCIATION.—We pub•
lists in another column the advertisement of
!his society. We would earnestly call upon
our friends, and all others who feel disposed to
encourage the Fine Arts, and the efforts of the
Association, to bcco ne members of the society
by the purchaso of a ticket. The plan is on a
perfectly fair nod satisfactory basis, and must
render satisfaction to all. Call at this office,
and get an "Art Journal," scot us for gratuit
ous distribution, and examine aim] decide.
Subscriptions received here, by Wm. Brew
ster, Hon. See.
Ilonnuns.—Last week a party of three young
house•breakors were lodged in our county pet•
son, charged with robbing a store in Peters•
burg, and one iu Mt. Union. The lads wera
arrested in Lewistown, and are all youthful.
FUNERAL SsamoN.—Rev. A. A. Reese will
preach the funeral sermon of the late Rev. P.
E. Waters. deed., on Sabbath, 7th of Decem•
.bor inst., at 10 o'clock, at Manor Hill church.
ray • Walker township in this county, has
beau divided into two districts—Walker and
A Wei's among ye whin' notes,
Aid faith, he'll prent it.
Apar Secretary Marcy has refused a compa
ny of Vcolored minstrels" passports, to travel
through Europe, on the ground that colored
u arc not citizens of the United States.
oar One of the Dutch papers in Wisconsin
Mates that the ladies in Racine dressed them
selves iu clothes and voted for Fremont,
whereupon the editor smokes his pipe, declares
those votes illegal, and kicks op n fuss gene,
Sior Some twenty deer and sixty turkeys
}Aye been killed in the region of Broad Top,
within the past three weeks.
firer At a (itir down East, the reporter, un
der the head of domestic 'arrangements, gives
the following item. "Best bed comforter—
Miss Susan Thompson."
are. Which party are the ladies most in fa•
car of? Wedding•party of course.
Or. To gain knowledge and money, and to
join always these two powers for the,purpoae of
producing more and incre, in order that we
may more and more consume—is the motto of
this century. Where is glory, virtue and pa
triotism, where 7
W The past is the grave, the present the
coffin, and the future the cradle of history.
Stir If the rose ho nailed the Queen of flow•
ers, why not "Marley" the rose of human vir
ifirr Another cargo of six hundred slaves
from Africa, has been lately landed in Cuba by
as American barque. The officials were all
bribed lopermit it.
ler Conductor Hopple, who was tried a t
Norristown, last week, for manslaughter, has
ger , ffe learn from the Blair county papers
that the Tyrone Era and Tyrone Democrat of
that county, have both fizzled out.
firoli• The Louisville Journal says of South
Carolina "Well, we is common with the pub.
lic generally, only wish that it were practicable
to give hor what site wants. She is an insuffer•
able peat. We wish from the bottom of our
heart that she could be kicked out lathe Union
into the middle of the Atlantic.
Ata)' The General land Office has ordered
that the land sale in KallSith on the 17th shall
be stopped, if Speculators appear as bidders.
We— There is a firm in New York the name
of which is "Day, Hatch St Cluck." The clerks
are all Shanghais.
ger There were eightyeight persons woun•
ded in the late election riots of Baltimore, of
whom five have died.
Con.—Why are the Fillmore Party line the
globe? Became they are flattened at the polls.
Rhode; of the Elmira Gazette, is responsible
fitaf-The newly elected Sheriff of this coon.
ty, Mr. Graffins Miller, has entered upon the
duties of Isis office, as well as Mr. Henry L.
McCarthy, the new Commissioner.
A Matrimonial Rum. —The New York
Times says, It is rumored that Mr. Buchanan
does not intend to undertake the occupancy of
the White House alone. He feels tho necessi
ty of a helpmeet ; and it is said to have made
arrangements for a joint tenancy with an se•
complished Southern widow, who has already
had the advantage of four years' oxpe•ience in
that position. This is the most sensible thing
wo have heard of Buchanan's doing since the
canvass opened. If it prove tree, -cc
hove some hopes of his Administration.
Itch - • In the lower house or the Illinois Leg.
islattne, them are two contested seats, on the
settlement of which will depend the political
complexion of the legislature. In both vases,
dip Republican 'members were elcetrd, bat the
eerl ifieates were given-to the liemocratie can
didates, on account of technical errors.
, The Buchanan Gibraltar.—Vutes in the
Five Points New York—Buchan. 579; hil:•
no 17 ; Frcinent 13. WLcrovcr "Ratlen.
ism" runs highest, Buchanan 's vote is the
strongest. "Like clings to like."
Benedict Yoder, of Conemaugh town•
chip, Somerset Aunty, was found in ono of his
own fields. on the lith, ult., with the entire
upper part of 11 . 5 head blown off. A drub
le .barrelled pistol, with both barrt;ls ills
charged, was found by his tide. Mr. Yoder
was a highly respectable young man, only 25
years of age; and no cause is assigned for the
rash act. An inquest was held by J. 11. Iiow•
nrd, Esq., and n verdict that he shot himself
withdds. own hands was returned by the jury.
21,V- Pref. N. M. Mentz, husband of the
Irate Mrs. Caroline Lee !Tents, died at the rest.
deuce of his son, in Mariana, Florida, on the
4th ult. He was a Frenchman, a teacher
and a man of attainments.
Musienl.-13ping tossed by an infuriated
bull, may be called a quick movement on two
pa...A question has been raised in one of our
courts whether a blind man can lie made
ble for n bill payable at sight. The lawyers
Meir'"Snigglefrite, wil: you nut have ewes
of the butter?" "Thank you, madam ; I he•
long to the temperance socie ly and can't take
fie Codfish feeling enters not only into the
family Cirri,: but into churches. We beard of
an instance of 'I am better than anybody
else' feeling, which broke up a choir in a
church not long since. The Devil ruled su•
preme over Christian feeling in that instance.
Air Senator Douglas was Married on the
20th ult., in Washington, to Miss Ada Cutts of
that city. The marriage ceremony was per.
formed by Father Byrne o f the Roman Catho.
ilc Church, the bride having been educated
in the Catholic religion at the Georgetown
nunnery. Miss Cutts is about 22 years of age
and quite good looking. Douglas is about
twice as old and ratherrowdyish in appearance.
lie was a widower—his first wife haring been
from tho South. Ile is said to be worth $lOO,.
000 aside from the plantations in Louisiana
left to his two boys.
The Coll from a Mule.—A letter which we
find published in our Southern exchanges, da•
ted San Marco, Texas, October 7th, to John
I). Pitts, says that the writer of it has n mule,
three years old, that has a colt 1
Brook3.—The notorious liar or the N. Y
Express, is beaten for Governor of New York,
about 100.000 by the Republican candidate,
John A. King. So much tbr barking at an
empty hole, throughout a campaign involving
the liberties of the whole Au erican people.
Sa , Two ladies who inhab't the region of
the Five Points, were having some words to.
gother on the roadside, when the daughter of
one of them popped out - if the door, and
cried out—" Hurry mother, all her a thief be.
fore she calls you one."
A horse dealer had r son, who being a
lad of spirit, proposed a novel experiment, to
open a stable on strictly honest dealing ; but
the father, who was a prudent man, discoura•
ged the idea, observing that he "disliked spec
Star. The season is going away like the sound
of bells. The wind passes over the stubble
and finds nothing to move. Only the red ber
ries on that slender tree seem as if they would
fain remind us of something cheerful; and the
measured beat of the thresher's flail calls up
the thought that in the dry and falling leaf lies
much of nourishment and life.
aresi'Mrs. H. N. Provett, who publishes a
Know Nothing paper in Mississippi, is so die
gusted with that State on account of its hay
ing gone for Buchanan, that she proposes to
have the American counties secede and set up
State for themselves, of which Mr. Fillmoie
should ho Governor. Thos's a crumb c'
,umfurt fur the ex-President.
i ate- A man oat west advertises a wild bad•
ger by a placard. as follows:--"a Bager from
1 the Rocca Mounting—etes rats, et celery."
ge. The vote in nine Democratic counties
of Illinois, at the late Presidential election,
exceeds twenty per cent, of the whole popula.
tion, allowing (or the regular increase over the
State census of 1225. In some counties the ;
per centage of votes reaches 24 and 27. These
are all border counties, and show a large int.
Ser The following jubilant items, are want.
costly written for southern use. How could a
patriotic lover—of Yankee Dood e, end the
glorious stars and stripes ever utter them .-1
This is the argument of Democracy.
Se'. Buck & Bieck forever
. . .
gam" T he fast sailing Ship Disunion has just
left the harLor for Kansas. COI. Free•mount
Capt. Jess, Cook. H. W. Scrsecber, Chap
lain. Fred. Douglas, Ste-Marl. 1....44-I,tice
Stone Ass't Cook. Horrid Greasy, Waiter.—
Charley Sumner, Fiddlesticks. All good Cep.
robates arc requested to put on MOUrninl.T.
ASTOUNDING DEVELOPMENT I.
ANOTHER OF CAMPBELL'S POSTMAS
THE WAY WE WERE DEFEATED.
Perfidy of no Account with a Jesuit!
R E A I) I I
It E A D!!
It E A D !
The most startling developMents are being
brought to light in different sections of our
country, showing the mann& in which the so•
called Democracy bare elected their President
and the means resorted to. The mails have
been stopped, votes illegally polled. &c., Se.
In this county, the lowest and most startlit.g
tricks have been perpetrated, ac,d the systtst
a mail depredation carried to an alarming ex
feat. The .postinster is ritmtingdon
I,7l3—•lias been playing ft nigh
halided prne in orn• toett,r, and we hope, fo
the nlie of justioe, that ,:lintifa:/fy will not
far work upon the filings the
who hare his ease in hand, as to in
to let him g o unrcbukc.l and unpuuiM,.)..
give below a copy of one of his letters, no,
possession of one of our most excellent ch:
zees. We ropy it rfrbalint. Rend it :
Post Odice, Huntingdon, Pa.
P. M. Cabe Run.
Yon will giro Mr. - ALL
PRINTED MAIL MATTER lying at your
onion for Me Viers Grynnd if.
"WM. LEWIS. P. M.
Paradise Furnace, Maddensville Thre'e Springs.
The story invented, that it was to hasten on
the American newspaper's circulars, urging all
Americans to vote the struitilttout Fillmore
tickets is simply untrue ; informs
us that according to these instructions to deli
ver 'gall printed mail matter," he gave up till
in the office, and all "printed mail matter" was
taken, with the exception of a bundle of tt,c
American norspaper's circulars! Now, if the
circulars were the articles William Lewis the
Postmasters, wished to have sent on with speed
why, should they be the only articles left?
The note as published in last weelt's Hun
tingdon Globe, is nut correct, as will be seen
by comparing it with the original. The above
is a correct copy as taken from the order non;
in good hands.
The laws of the United States speak in em.
phatic terms. Hear
"If any person employed its any department
of the post office shall improperly keep, details
or delay any newspaper, or permit any oth,
person to do it, or permit any other to open
any mail, or packet of newspapers, NUT i)1•
RECTED TO THE OFFICE WHERE H E
It; EMPLOYED, for every such dl'ence he
shall forfeit 64 dollars. And if any person
atilt take any mail of newspapers from nr out
of any post office, or (rows any person having
custody thereof, he shall be imprisoned at hard
labor for a term ei threa mouths."
"If nny person Alan take with or without the
consent of the person haying custody thereof
any packet front any Foot othee, such of•
fender shall be imprisoned foe nut less than 11
nor exceeding 10 yeaes."
" Every person who shall advise or ussiet in
perpetrating any nets by this Act forbidden.
shall he subject to the saute penalties as it . his
were the actual transgressor.
"The Huntingdon Journal was issued as u
sual on Wednesday."—lined. American of the
...rho Journal and Globe editions were mail
ed in the Huntingdon office, on Wednesday al
ternoon."—lfunt. GI be 121/3 and.
Now this proves tho old adage, one lie pro
duces another. To prove these gentlemen into.
taken, we have only to produce the following
“I hereby certify that a part of tho edition
of the Huntingdon Journal was worked olf on
Monday, November 3sl, and mailed the same
day. The remaining part of the edition was
printed nu Tuesday morning, and put in the
ace of lluntin• don, in time fur both mails.
Huntingdon, Nov. 'lB, 1856. IV. MILLER.
Now this certificate proves conclusively that
Mr. Lewis has criminally kept back the doors.
als in his oilier, for one day—after the election
or, that lie is telling to deliberate untruth ; we
cannot say which, but it must be one or the
other. Here is the law, relative to this rive,
which wo give without charge.
"If any person employed in vi:• of the dc•
partmenta of the Post Office Esteblistiment
shall unlawfully detain, deter, or open, an ,,
ter, packet, &c., with which he shall be en'trus
ted, or shall come to his possession, and which
are blended to be convoyed by post,
every such offender, being convicted, shall be
fined not exceeding three hundred dollars, or
imprisoned, not exceeding six months, or both
according to the offence."
"If any postmaster shall unlawfully detain
in bin oftice any newspaper, &e., with intent to
prevent the arrival and delivery of the seine to
the person or personate whom such newspaper
tte., may he directed, or if any postmaster
give preference toany newspaper over another
forwarding the ono and retaining the other, on
conviction thereof he abaft be fined not over five
hundred dollars, and imprisoned for a teem not
exceeding six months, and shall forever there•
after bo incapable of bolding said office in the
The teachers and friends of education
throughout the county are hereby notified
that the next annual meeting of the Hunting.
don County Teacher's Institute, will bo held in
Huntingdon on Wednesday the 22d of Decem
ber, 1856, at 10 o'clock, A. N.
By order of the Board of Managers
it. MeDIVITI, Bee.
Huntingdon Nov. i 4 1856.
Prof. DeGratli , s Great Electric Oil.
New HAVEN, May 19th, 185 G.
Prof. DeGrath—My broilterlas been deaf
three years. After tryinog many thinga 4 he used
your Oil a few times edit eared him entirely.
CLIF.I4I/ R. SC:ANTON%
Ask Mr. Scranton, who afterwards bought
$5O worth to sell, M Electric Oil removes
all pain tit once, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, &e.
AS/ick/ 13 years and Cured ?'l4 one week!
Read letter from Bev. :lames Temple :
Juno 9th, 1854.
Prof. DeGrath—l hove been afflicted 13
years wish Neoralgia and other very painful
complaints, and 1 ha, been unable to sleep
sonndle or walk any distance for many rears
past. Last week 1 got a bottle of your "Llec
trie Oil." The first night I slept soundly and I
well, and treday lam like a new man. My
wife could not believe her eyes. Your Elec.
tric Oil has done in one week what the phy,i•
cian of Philadelphia failed to do in 13 years.
Gratefully, yours, Rev. JAmrs Temp L
Call and see other ecitificates and names of
thousands I Lave cured foe there years past.—
The pubtid for safety, must not believe impos
tors and imitators of my oil. My Depot. is at
the some old place 35, South Eighth street, and
not removed, us a base scamp advertised, who
is afraid to publish his real name.
I refer to 3,000 Philadelphians who have
used my Oil—and all real Electric Oil ever
sold Las my name blown in every bottle. All
others are cheats. all orders must be address
ed to Paw , . CIIAS. DeGRATIE
John Rend Agent, runtingdon.
Nov. 26, 185.6-3 m,
pursuance or orders or Cie Orphans Court
r the county or 11untht,:don, the tracts of
&c., hereinafter tl
end near the 1.
' e:;noscd to 1/11.4
situnte in said
!: a Huntingdon
tne 11th tiny or I)oneml,r next, n.
pitq. rfr of .! late of 8:4,1 comity .
4., 1,1 1,1 , r, to wit
I A ,r, , I (.1) in di^ I)i
• the 111 , 1 UI ,t, contain
, 1 5 ing the
: • • ~, ler .mitivit
oi. ~,, r ' readily in
tro.'. • into: ,l,!, • this farm.
Thera art upon .1 , lane dwelling
(louse, a large Mi. I other buildings
at groat apple
2. All that Tract marked (C) lu said Dia
gram containing :Al; arras awl ns perches and.
called the 'Moore Dann." Somewhat more
than Milt' al dais Tract is cleared nod tinder
cultivation e fair proportion of whisk is mead
ow—On ricemint of the uoarness of time ft.)
Minns to the borough of Iluntiagdan and the
large quantity of meadow upon each they
would he well suited tar grazing or Stock
3. All that Tract marked (I)) in said Dia
gram containing 185 items 132 perches about
the one-half or this Tract is cleared and un
der cultivation and has thereon eroded two ten
ant houses. _ .
4. All that tract marked (E) in said Diagram
containing 21.1 acres 87 perches ; about 100 a
cres of this tract are cleared and undercuitiva
tiun. Nu buildings thereon.
5. All that tract in.aketi -(0) in said Diagram
containing 119 acres. Woodland.
6. All that tenet marked .(IQ in said Diagram
containing 87 acres 131 perches. Woodland.
7. All that tract marked (L) in said Diagram,
containing 118 acres, 83 perches. Woodland.
8. All that tract marked (M) in said Diagram
containing 117 acres, 147 perches. W h olinpd.
9. A lot of ground in the vilhige of Smith
field, marked (N) in said Diagram. Upon this
lot there is erected a two story log house.
10. A lot of ground in the village of Smith
field, marked (0) in said Diagram, and having
thereon erected a small log stable.
11. The one undivided fourth part of live ad
joining tracts of limit', sifimie iu llendeomn
Vector townships, containing together about se
ven hundred acres, be the sumo more or less.
1.:1 on these tracts or bound:iv:es,
there is n large 5,10,1 , , r ant Lie any
kind of .narks ; quarks of iiille-
S4lllO and other stow:, he building. A dwel
ling house and other buildings have been erect
ed thereon. Upon the e traas there is also a
large amount of vAirible timber.
12. An undivided interest iu Milawood Act
deiny, in Dublin township, the extent of which
interest will be made known upon the day ofsale.
All tliese lands excepting the lint mentioned,
lie within a short distance of the • borough of
WEXUNIS AF SAILS.
One third of the purebare munoy to be paid
on confirmation of the sale,—one-third thereof,
within cue year thereafter with the interest t—
the remaining one• third nt and immediately af
ter the decease of Mary C. Her, widow of said
deceased. The purchaser paying to the said
widow, annually and regularly, during her nat
ural life, the legal interest of the said one•third
pert. to be secured by the bonds and mortgages
of the purchasers respectively. Sole to com
mence at 10 o'clock of said day.
HENRY M. Kali,
Huntingdon, Nov. 19, 105e.-Bt. TuerruE.
• - ---
\IVE would offer for solo the following pro.
porty, vie :
A term of 90 Acres, of hind in Germany
Valley, Hunt. co., it being one half of the Feint
formerly owned by Geo. Eby. Nearly all clear
ed and in a tine state of cultivation. Choice
Limestone Lund with House and Stable erected
thereon, with running water. l N miles from
Shirleyaburg mid 5 ladles from Penile. Canal :Intl
Railroad at lilt. CM..
Also 15 Acres of clinic° land adjoining the
above ' ou which in erertrd two good El eano r,
mall Burn, Wow: &c., with a never-foil
tag si d ing or good waicv, and tine Orehard, with
ehoica fruit. This i, a vary desirable property,
and would be suitable for a mechanic, or any
person desiring to r,fire from active life.
A L80 ..._ A la e m in Union Township, Mint. co.,
containing G. Acres, one hull' of Whiett is
cleared, and the balance first quality of Timber
land, situated within one mile 'of the Penne Ca
nal and Railroad at Mill Creek.
Either of the above properties will bo sohl
low and on reasonable terms, apply to the sub
scribers at Mill Creek, Huntingdon co., Pa.
A New Assortment Jubt Opened
And will be sold 30 per cent.
CHEAPER THAN'rIIE CHEAPEST:
HHUMAN respectfully informs his etude
, mere and the public generally, that he has
just opened at his store-room in.. Market Square-
Huntingdon, a splendid now stock or Heady
Clothing for Fall and Winter,
which he will sell cheaper than the same quality
of Goods can he purchased at retail in Philadel
phia or any other establishment in the country.
Persons wishing to buy Clothing would do
well to call and examine his stock before purcha
sing elsewhere. Also,
Hats, Caps, Hoots, and Shoes,
which will be sold lower than at any other es
tablishment in the county.
Huntingdon Oct. 8. 1855.
DY virtue of an order of the Orphans'. Court
11 of Huntingdon County, I will offer at pub•
lic sale on the premises on
FRIDAY, 12th of December, 1556,
at 1 o'clock, I'. M., the following described
real estate, late of David Graham, dee'd., viz:
Ono tract situate in Dublin township ; lion•
tingdon county, adjoining land of William
Mills, land of the heirs of John Appleby, dec . d.,
and the tract hereinafter mentioned, containing
79 ACRES, 113 PERCHES,
and allowance, be it more or less, having there.
on a log house, log barn, orchard, 4c.; about
one half of this tract is cleared and cultivated.
Another tract situate in the same township,
niljoining:that above mentioned, lands ofJoseph
Nahum, and Dr. J. A. Shade, containing
and allowance, more or less, having thereon a
log house, log barn, some out buildings, and a
variety of choice fruit trees. At least three
fourths of this tract is cleared and cultivated.
310 South st.
TERMS OF SALE :—One third of the pur
chase money upon confirmation of sale, the
residue in two equal annual payments, with in
terest to be secured by bonds and mortgage.
Adin'r., do bonis non, of 1). Orahnm, dee'd
Th, Kansas Question Settle:: c at h art i c Pills
I ,t - G.ln c 0.4 TED, )
PEACE RESTORED! 3,LPC
' CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND CURE THE SICK
B Y lilted arrival from the E:ist, the stiliseri• ""'""" P " th '''' m " lh ' r "' PhY""'".
have just received and are now opening : Ithilunahrop:.l, rrod their 114Ifects,
nut] purge of the, Vlclnt.c.
the largest and tnest judiciously selected assort. lnli VIE MINI: 1W
meat of I Headache, Sick liendnelle.Foul Stomach.
.. . .—.
ever brought to Huntingdon. Our stock con•
sis!, part, of
and pint:, ala! 4in,
Nieclianies , Tools,
ty ; including many new ittven
Coa,h•iimhers our large and splendid Arndt of'
!Saddlery &Coach Trimming
such as seddlcirees. giorees, self.adjusting
pad trees., hames, of 20 kind:, Inte,:t styles. of
hueldes, stirrups, &e.: Birthing Hog skins, pa•
tent and enameled leather, enameled muslin.
S. spokes, fellows, shafts, springs,
Ladies and housekeepers generally, will find
it greatly to their advantage to call and exam•
inn one new stock of silver and common spoons,
fine table cutlery, scissors, hollow•ware, lamps,
ter' -t•raii, orinders and all other hone
furnishing goods; including many new and aid
In our recent purchases, we have bought at :„,Wt
such rates as enable no to sell even /ewer than , ~ • • •• r ainy
heretofore. No charge fur showing goods.— if, , ! • , . . Lave ever
All orders promptly attended to. t , gem u, illy
JAMES A. BitowN a:. CO. V. 1113 1 .1,1 i. •
October tith,lBso. • • ' ; • in lily
t .1; , • ' •to eleititite tte
; • • : • • • .1.
Gas I Gas-Lights are Coming ! ,•• CM , N. 1) .
AND SO ARE Erysipelas, Scrofula, iiinem L:vil, 'letter,
Tuniors, and Salt Rhe:ttn.
04 .cliASKV'@rd`J I remit al . I'4 11, ill, ant VS. Ft. 1. lON.
NOT-WITII GAS! Da. Ann: VOW 1 1 1111,en. the ,111,11 ell that Is
great in ...divine. Vie* have enreil my Ilrtle daughter
lan! with an entirely new and well assorted steel: I •ennei F ~n her Initidt 11.1 feet teat l proved
of t„. lung ~rirr,ma
I, mitt: 11.1 pi.; I I. • : 'n!
QU DOENS WAIS.E xr.nunwany3
MOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS.
DON NETS, Canzams,
Ohiths. WOOD, WILLOW 'MIME
and Leery other article usually kept in a coun
try stone. We have one. of the best selected
stooks of DOT GOODS ever offend to the
chi of this place and vicinity, and are deter.
'piped to sell lower than can be purchased Coat
orthe Allegheny. Give us a call and he satis
fied of the titer. We will sell our old clerk at
cost. t)oh't 140 to tall at the Metropolitan
before purchasing to any other House. We also
purchase mad store Grain, and it is admitted by
all that we hove the safest place of unloading in
town. All kinds of produce token in 'exehango
New Goods ! New Goods !!
D. P. (WIN'S CHEAP STARE.
I). P. Gw•in has just received from Philadel
phia n large and beautiful assortment of
rAxtz, as vartra goons.
consisting of the most fashionable Dress Goods
fur Ladies and Gentian., sneh as Black Silks,
Chameleon & Fancy Silks, French Mormoes,
All Wool do Loins, Persian Twills, Coburg
Ch;th,Levella Cloth,Alpacea, Debaix, Madon
na Cloth, Wool Plaids, and ally quantity of
Fancy Delains. Prints of nay description.
ALSO, a large lot of dress Trimmings dress
Buttons, Bonnet Silks, Ribbons, Gloves,
Hosiery, Laces, Veils, Collars, UnderSICCV,.
ChininzettS, Mohair head d resses. Gum Bel L,
Whnleboues for Skirts. Silk and Linen llose.
French Working Cotton, Faill and Wool Shawls,
and a variety of Fancy Goods too numerous
• Aso, Cloths, black and blue, black put fancy
Ow:shyer. Cussinets, IC Jeans, Vestings, Flan
nels, Wt. Red and Yellow, Sack Flannels of all
robots, Canton Flannels, Cotton Drills, Nan
kcett, Limey, bleached and unbleach
ed, Ticken. Chocks, Diaper, Woolen and
Linen Table Covers, Sheeting Aluslin yarns
wide,_ Woollen Coats, Caps and Comforts,
Woollen yarns of different colors.
— Silk Bonnets of the latest styles of every color.
Largest assortment in town and at prices that
cannot be bent.
/This (IL Caps, of the latest styles,
Boots and Shoes, I3LaILDIVAR.I/,
qviamewAgst Buckets, Tubs, Bas
kets, Oil Cloths. Groceries, 'Attie hest
quality, Salt and all goods usually kept in it
My Uhl customers, and its many new ones as
can crowd in aro respectfully requosta to come
and examine my goods No charge for looking.
All kinds of Country produce taken in ex
change for goods, at tho highest market prices.
Oct. 8, 1856.
poi. to the residence of the
t.,?sultscriber, in Penn township, 4tAttoi:
on or about the Ist of October,
a Black Bull. 'rho owner is re•
quested to prove property, pay charges and
take hitu away, otherwise ho will be sold aceor•
ding to law, JACOB FINK.
Little Valley, Penn tp., Nov. 4.'36.-4t.
DR. D. R. GOOD,
Having located in Pctereburg, Huntingdon co.,
Pa.. respectiUlly offers his proferadonal services
to the citizens of that place, and surrounding
lgoven:hcr 10, lONA, in '
tillade Gap, Huntingdon County, IP&
W. H. WOODS, A. M., Proprietor & Prinotpli
J. A.SHADE, Lerfurer on Anatomy& Ilygenna,l REV. .1. CAMP.3ELL,
SAMUEL CAMPBELL, Assisternt Literaiure
JOHN M. CAUSLAND. Te
THE annual exhibition will take place the
Rev. D. X. Jankin, 1). D., will be delivered
o'clock, P. M. The Exhibitional performance
aminations the week previous. These cxerci
Led to attend. The next session opens on Wt
holds out peculiar inducements to young men E
is composed of gentlemen of high literary attn
ration is very healthy, having the pure mount,
from stagnant water and marshy ground. The
ble place. The course of instruction is such
business, Inc teaching, and for tubing a high sti
Teachers, a Normal Class will he formed, in wl
of Teaching. To this chins, lectures will be gi
Lions to vice. idleness and dissipation ere few.
dent from his books, it is quiet and retired, kis
improvement would seek. The societies ore i
brad?. of choice works. The. buildings are Jeri
the course of erection, which will.be finished t
route between Chambersburg and Mount Ueda
TERMS e—For Session of five months, $52
arc charged from the time of entering until the
vance, balance at the middle of the session.
September 17. 1856.-3 m,
Tit rmlutto, 1 . A., 51ity 1, 18.15.
I)!..1. f'..lvt n. I havo been ieethelly 'cored of
the we: et 1t...1.1.11e v th. 11!,1•11,1iluee or tiro
,111 . •/ h . It.;: a 1,11 nhAunch, u!.1.11
they e• II the, ell: rite ott.ers we they dt
TSilions Di.onlors and LAI, Comphtintb.
7,,RTmEcr or T., T,lnior..„
y..t;ri, 10.1.1., M. P.,
I)rsentery, Relax. and Worinb.
I,st ttrry r, thiar,,,
• la, Aymt., :,i•• t. , ttferttott nat.li.tlott.
Ttaty have r: ',l'•. ptt.ti Otto I ..311 It 14.11.
S/IF • I,i.tit at, 1,1,1., (1,11 . 1"..r tt.tttla.. Wont
a 14,1 entirely
cf the Blood.
PI, AtEO.!4 : vfi.
Orr leth.. Allrr otir child wen enri.d yner
mid they 11,1, :tired th
Hlleamaitibm, Neuralgia, and II:not.
r. Dr. littaAr.e, of. .Itearaket Epis.
P 11,41.1 iiGt., SIV Ji..! .IPS,
nllooltt tti.gratvlul C. , r tltv ,0141
skill 111.. if 1 ‘l,l
A ciAil set llotl 111 iny liultn anti I•nerght
l e tt i :it l N "‘* "
C t.till, r I
DR. AREA: 1 Ino n 'wen oilnly cnreil r,air of
Mamma. lioat a pn,llll, rf l lilAt 111.1.1 .3. Nil
for yenr , . VINCENT 141.114,1. L.
For Droto.y, Plethora, or liiittlied Com
lootots, int• 114. y U. tin ext . .,
For Costivenvs Corsliputiaa, aed its
a Dinner 1.1.11, Ibe, ..o nnyrral In pad
Fits, Suppressi , ,, rttraly.is.
liou, awl 1.1 . 11 U. tn. or, 'Partial 13111141.
uosa r lure 1...11 ell: • !. • Il• l' II I
Most of the , T. 171%. ' nl.
115555115 valuable ,ntgernar
Is a public 1411, fiont tonteglatatt that h . ,
quentiy . Ls... .; Le, ,Lalitt no
cart' or mineral nulatria.e whale, tr.
AYER'S CHERRY I'EI'TORAL
FOR Tor RAPID MO: OF
COVGIIS,COI.I..IIO.t IIsENY, F.
COVIIII. (11111,, A MTIIPIA . IN.
null for the ..”tia.llolle, pioit.,4ll iii 01,1 lti
Or thtt UOtra..o..
We nod Hot e,
Throughout ,ro:y t.
pkillitS 1101.1 e it iilrowly 1.
.1110 (I,tltitlt!, of
11, c.f iirt,
geroliii,•.; • e•
hilt. it IN nit
I! u, 10011 .1 the (Milli.
II„ Iti!ri••unrr tit:pine, It
I t ructits should
14 , 11 y tlint ntenls
•1• Keil. it by
Pi111,11!1:1) J. C. AYER,
Preatioal a:0 Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Man
JOHN HEAD, Huntingdon, mut dealers in
October 15, 156.-Iy.
CONFECT lONA R Y rf. FRIrIT STORE•
WILLIAM N. SHUGARD,
N1101.1:SA I.E cosrr:cnoxrat x FRVITERRR,
\i. 191 Mira St., above flood, Nita.
MANUFACTURER OF CONFECTION.
ury, Jujube Pante, Cute Drops, Chocolate
Drops, Brandy Drops, Liquor Bottlek, Jelly
Cukes, Cieum Chocolate, French Tcya, White
Sugar Toys, &e., Ste.
_AND DEALER. IN
Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Currants, Citron,
Figs, Dates, Prunes, Almonds, Walnuts, Fa
burs, Cream Nuts, (round Nuts, Fire Crack.
ers, Syrups, Tamarinds, Liquorice, Rock Can.
&c. _ _ .
• The 't;t:tMitiott of Denims is refloated to an
examination of nay stock, which will be found
vont to .y in Philadelphia.
N. 11,--Ordcro by omit or otherwise prompt.
ly attended to.
Of-4, Sn v ks Coffee just received end for rule
eparrholosale by CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
.500 Chetnut l t: N fv , aleby
HA M DUNN.
ocher do Preparafoiw Deportment.
Ist IVedoesdayof October. An a - I , 'ress by the
bi•fore the Philo and Diaynathian
:es Will take place, at 6i` o'clock, P. TL, ex.
Inca the friends of education are tespeut,;,:v i.-..l ed-nesday, the 29th of October. This
seeking an education. The Board et fastrue,,
litiments nod skilled in their profession. Tb.iu
.ain air, and free from all noxious vapors arising
oso subject to ague could not find a more desire.-
as is best ealoulated to prepare . puns men for
Land in College. inc those rie.liring to become
rhich practical instruction will be given in the art
Oven on the subject of Teaching. The tempta
There is nothing to drew the mind of the sta.
at such a situation as a younA tutu, ‘l,3irous of
inn flourishing condition and each he' fine li•
.ge and commodious, an additional buihiing is in
this tall. Shade Gap is situated on the mail
in Station on the Penn. Rail Road.
50. Washing, light, and fuel, extra. Students
close of the Session. Payments huff in ad
'or catalogues and further particulars, address
W. H. WOODS,
Shade Gap, Hunt. Co., Pa.
Pennsylvania Magistrate Law Library.
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Cr Orders or letters of inquiry for Lou Hooke
from the country promptly attended to.
Sept. In, 18.56.-3 m.
LATEST ARRIVAL OF
fle2ll 2'..1`.11) ..`2:/4h'iilift
BROAD TOP DEPOT.
lUNNINGIIAM & DUNN havojust received
k) a Well•sclected stock of Fall .and "%Viotti!.
Gooes, consisting of
Dry Goods, ford-ware, Groceries,.
Slats, boots and shore.
Crockery•ware, stono and earthen.
Ready Made Clothing always on hand,
and in short tvcrythilig that is usually kept i n a.
BACON, SALT, FISH AND PLASTER,
kept constantly for Sale. •
Call and examine our Goods *adjudge for
All kinds of country produce Mk, in ex
change l'or Goods nt the highest market primes.
The highest market prices paid Inc all kinds
Promptattsntion paid to storing and forward.
Mg al; kith', of merchandise,
11.1111 dun, Nvv, 14, IP:f.
IN BLAST AGAIN
Huntingdon r.. ... ..... Foundry,
rpnE s CBSCRIBERS TAKE THIS ME,
thed of iniorming their friends and the p•••
• lie generally, that they have robuilt the • t
iii,gilan Foundry, sad are now in
oration. and uro prepared to furnish ea,
all kinds, of the best quality on thesho7t.;St; , ,
tie', and most reasonable terms.
.Farniors are invited to call and examine n. t
Ploughs. We are manufacturing the Ilium;
Plough, (this plough took the premium at the
Huntingdon County Agricultural Fair, in 1855)
also Hunter's colebrated Cutter Plough, which
can't ho beat. together with the Keystone, Hill
side, and Barsbear Ploughs. We have on hand
and are manufacturing stores, such as Cook,
Parlor and (Mice stoves for coal cr wood.
consisting of Kettles '
Boilers, Skillets, &e., all
of which will he sold cheap for cash or in ex
change for country produce. Old metal token ,
for new castings. By a strict attention to busi
ness and desire to please, we hol , to receive a
share of puVic patronage.
J. hl. CUNIUNOHM4 & inn,
410 40, 1555. if.