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MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. I MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Notice is hereby given that James Ellis has
filed his petition in the office of Clerk of the
Court of Quarter Sessions of Huntingdon
County, for license to keep an Eating House
at •Worthinggton Station on the Huntingdon
and Broad Top Mountain Railroad, near Mar.
klesburg, in Penn township.
Also-That J. A. Moore, filed his petition
tbr license to keep an Eating House in Miners.
vine, Tod township, which will be presented on
Thursday, August 20th.
Clerks officet M. F. CAMPBELL.
July 21st, 1857. f Clerk.
DAGUERREOTYPE & AIEZZOGRAPR
[AI P. PRETTYMAN respectfully announces
ate the citizens of the county, that he instill
prepttred to lake all kinds of Pictures, at his
room, up stairs in the Station House, in astyle
unsurpassed in the State, and at as cheap rates
as the tightness of the lilacs will admit. Call
and examine specimens,
Huntingdon, July 22, 1857.—*
By a resolution of the Burgesses and Town
Council of the Borough of Huntingdon, I am
authorized to offer a reward of Two Hundred
Dollars, for the apprehension and conviction of
the 'Train or persons who set lire to the build
ing of 11.1. MeMurtrie, on the 12th inst.
JOHN SIMPSON, c 11.
Hunt, July 20, 1837:31.
Agent for the purchase and oak of Real Ey •
tate Farms and City Property bought, sold and
exchanged. Also money invested and procured
on mortgage. Those having Farms or Land
for Sale will do well to cull or send description.
No. 63, Dock Street, Philadelphia.
July 16th, 1857.-3 m.
ESTATE OF MICHAEL MIERLY, DECD.
Letters testamentary on the estate of Michael
DMierly, late of Cass township, Nuntingdou
county, dec'd., having been granted to the un.
dersigned, they hereby give notice to all per•
suns indebted to said estate to make immediate
payment, and those having claims will present
them duly authenticated for settlement, to the
.10111 , 1 MIEIII,Y,
July 15, 1857._6t*.
TRE NEXT SESSION WILL COMMENCE
Monday, August 31st.
'fuition for ten months, $25.
Higher rates charged for pupils remaining
wily a part of the year.
During July and August, applications may
he left with Hon. Cleo. Taylor, or W. I'. Orbi•
son, Esq. SARAH W. BIGELOW.
Huntingdon, July 1857.—tf.
Proposals from the different places in this
county desirous of having the coming Apricot.
Loral Fair held in their immediate neighbor•
hoods, may bo directed to the undersigned, at
soy time previous to the next meeting of the
untingdon County. Ayriaultua►l.
August. It will be necessary in making ap•
plication, to specify the amount subscribi:d Sir
the purpose, as by a resolution of the Society
at the last meeting, the locality guaranteeing
the largest amount will be entitled to the prir.
terence. By order of the President.
R. ARIA VITT,
SAM, G. WII ITTA K ER, }
July Bth, 1867,
[ESTATE OF JOHN KERR, DECD.]
Letters of Administration on the estate of
John Kerr, late of Walker township, [lusting
don county, deed., tossing been granted to the
undersigned, all persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate will make payment with.
out delay, and those having claims will present
them properly authenticated for settlement.
DAVID S. tall, 1
• DIARY C.
Hunt., July it, 1857.—ilt* do Lotus non.
[EST TE OF HENRY M. KERR,DECD.]
- Letters testamentary on the estato of Hen
ry M. Kerr, lute of the Borough of Hunting•
don, dyed., having been granted to the -under.
signed, he hereby gives notice to all persons in
debted to said estate to make payment without
delay, and those having claims against the sante
will present them duly authenticated to John
Heed, Attorney at Law, Huntingdon.
DAVIT) S. KEIt,
July 8, 1857.-60%
F:S'ATE OF j OSII ll'. KERR, DEC' 1.).]
Notice is hereby given that letters of admin.
istration on the estate of Joshua W. Kerr, lute
of the borough of Huntingdon, dee'd., have
been granted to the undersigned ; all persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment and those having claims
against the same will present them duly au
thenticated for settlement to John Reed, Attor
soy at Law, Huntingdon.
DAVIT) S. MT,
July 8, 1857.-Gt*,
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the
Orphans' Court of Huntingdon County, to dis
tribute the assets remaining in the hands of the
Administrators of William Mears, lute of jack
:itun township, dee'd.. to and amongst those le
gally entitled thereto, hereby gives notice that
ho will attend toot that purpose at his office in
Huntingdon, on Monday, Mead day of August
neat, at one o'clock, p. nt., when and Where all
per.)us having claims against said funds are
required to present the same, or thereafter be
debarred from coming in upon said fund.
D. BLAIR, Auditor
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOVI. E.
j otters of administration on the estate of Wit.
tills. Norris, late of the township of Penn, in
the county of Huntingdon, dee'd., having been
;ranted to the undersigned, all persons indebt•
of to the said estate are requested to make pay
and those having claims will present
I duly authenticated for settlement.
ISAAC NORRIS, Jr.,
uly 8, 1837.-Gt.
k:STA TR OF JA C. BUJIGARTNER DECD.
etters testamentary on the estate of Jacob
Bunigurtuer, Into of Union township, Hunt.
den county, deed., having been granted to
he nudersigned, notice is hereby given to all
per..ns indebted to said estate to make Mme.
Hate payment, and those having claims against
L t. ;mac, will present them duly authentmated
fur , in...meta, to
DAVID CIL A RTi.SON,
Jni , I ~ 11 5 57.-tit*, Excodor.
VALUABLE FARM & MILL PROPERTY
Near Williamsport, Pa.
lIMtE undersigned, surviving partner of the
1 firm of J. R. & W. B. Ruling, offers for
sale all that valuable property situated on the
south side of the Susquehanna River, 6 miles
from Williamsport, and 3 miles from the line of
the Sunbury & Erio Railroad. The Pennsyl
vania Canal passes on the opposite side of the
River. This tract contains 660 acres, with 6
per cent. allowance. 200 mires are cleared,
and in a good state of cultivation. There is
large amount of valuable Timber on the pre.
miser ,• a good strewn of water, and a good
Saw 7 Mill. The Mill is new, being built 1856.
Thu other improvements consist of 5 good
Dwelling Houses, with outbuildings thereto.
Two largo Barns, one of which is first.class,
with a large shed attached.
The abt r ive property will be offered at Public
Sale at the Court House, in Williamsport, on
Wednesday, the 19th of August, next at 1
o'clock, I'. M.
A portion of the purchase money in Cash,
the balance made easy, with interest, and op.
Terms made known on day of sale.
Further particulars can be obtained by ad•
WILLIAM B. HWANG,
Surviving partner of the firm of
• J. IL & W. 11. HOLING.
Williamsport, Pa., July 8,'57:1n.
THE TRUTH ABOUT KANSAS.
ADMINISTRATION IN KANSAS
Large 12mo. :148 pages. With a complete his
tory of tbe Territory, until June, 1857. Em
bracing a full account of its discovery, geog
raphy, soil, climate, products, its organization
as a Territory, transactions and events under
Governors Reeder and Shannon, political dis
sensions, personal encounters, election frauds,
battles and outrages, wills portraits of promi
nent actors therein, all fully authenticated,
by JOHN H. G. 1110 1 ,1, M. D., Private Soc'y
to Gov. Geary...
Carefully compiled from the official documents
on file in the department of State at Washing
ton and other papers in the possession of the
author, with it full account of "The Invasion
of Kansas from Missouri ;" the capture, trial
and treatment of the Free State prisoners, the
character and movements of the Missouri Bor
der Ruffians, the murder of Dualist and others.
".The Coiltroversy between Governor Gea;y
aud Judge Lecompte. The proceedings of the
Territorial Legislature, of the pro-slavery con- j i
vention, and the organization of the Democra
tie Party, with a "Sketch of Kansas during its
early troubles under Goys. Reeder and Shan
non." It invasions, battles, outrages, murders.
A copy will be sent to any part of the United
States, by mail, free of postage, on receipt of
the retail ',rice. A liberal discount to the trade.
tirlooo agents wanted. Price in cloth $l.
CHARLES C. RIIODBS, Publisher,
Inquirer Building, Philadelphia.
TO THOSE WHO WANT FARMS
WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERY ➢IAN.
THE Rim:wily FARM COMPANY has made ar
rangements by which all who desire to settle or
purchase a home can do so.
The Farms consist of the best limestone soil
of the most superior quality for farming, in a ra
pidly improving place, into which an extensive
,Pkwr a .re r prer-Itr- /v
-ented in Elk County, Pennsylvania, in the midst
of a thriving population of some 10,5100 popula
tion. The climate is perfectly healthy, and the
plague of the west fever is unknown. I: also
has an abundance of the best quality of Coal
and Iron. The price to buy it out is from $3 to
$2O per acre, payable by instalments, to he loca
ted at the time of purchasing, or it share of 25
acres entitling to locate the same fr r pay
able $0 per month or 121 acres payable $4 per
month. Discount for every sum of $lOO and
'miler, paid in advance, discount of 5 per mot.
will he allowed, and fur over $lOO a discount of
10 per cent.
In considering the advantages of emigrating
to this locality the following are presented :
Eta:a—The soil is n rich limestone, capable
of raising the heaviest crops, owing to whirl: the
settlein't has nttained its present greet prosper
SECOND—It is the centre of the great North
West Coul 'Basin, and in destine,' soon to be
come one of the greatest business Oates in the
State. It will supply the great Lake market,
(according to population and travel in the Lin
ion.) It hos live workable veins of the best Ili.
tutnimus Coal, amounting in the aggregate to
over 22 feet, which makes 22,000 tons of coal
under each acre. This will make the land of
The eminent state geologist, Dr. Chas. T.
Jackson, of Boston, has made a geological sur
vey of the land and analyzed the soil, the iron
ore and the limestone. This report together
with maps will be furnished to inquirers.
FOURTII—Threo railroads aro laid out t h ro'
this property. The Sunbury and Erie Railroad
gives us a market for our coal to the lakes—it
rues from Erie to Philudelphia. A large part
of this road has been finished, and is now in
running order. A heavy force is now working
from Erie toward our land in the western direc
tion, the moans for the completion of which has
been raised—it will soon be finished. Tho Al
legheny Valley Railroad counects us with New
York, Boston and Pittsburg. The Young()
Road connects us with the West.
There are already good Turnpike Roads run
ning through this property, various other roads
have been opened to accommodate the emigra
tion and settlement which has already taken
There is no opportunity equal to it now offer
ed to the man who wants to provide himself a
home in an cosy way, and make a settlement
where be can live in prosperity and independence
in a climate PERFECTLY HEALTHY.
No case of She fever ever having been known
to occur in this settlement. It is not like going
to the backwoods of the West, among perhaps
intolerant people, whine there is no society, no
Aurelius or schools, where the price of land is
high, and where the emigrant, after being used
to the healthiest climate in the world, has to en
dure siekness..and pain, and perhaps ruins his
health and that of his family. But here is a
thriving settlement having three towns, contain
ing churches, schools, hotels, stores, saw-mills,
grist-mills, and everything desired. There is It
Ash market at hand. 'nu lutnher trade last
year amounted to over two hundred millions
loon of lumber. In a short time, owing to the
Coal, it will become still more valuable as a
number of iron works trod manufactories will
soon be started ; they arc at present starting
them extensively at Warren. Even for those
who do not wish to go there, the payments are
such that they can easily buy farms to save their
families from want in the future, or to gain a
competence by the rise which will take place in
the value of their lands. By an outlay scarcely
missed, a substantial provision can be made.
Persons should make early application, apply
or write to E. Jeffries, Secretary, No. 135 Wal
nut Street, below Fifth, Philadelphia. Letters
carefully answered giving full information.
Shares or tracts of land can be bought or se
cured by letter enclosing the first instalment of
five dollars, when the subscriber will be fur
nish4d with books, maps, &e. Warronteo deeds
given. Persons eau oleo purchase front our
HOMO from Philadelphia to Tyrone on the
Pennsylvania Central %inroad, and thence by
; stage to the Loot This is a delightful season to
1 visit St. Mary's—the best hotel accommodation
is afforded. Enquire for E. C. SHULTZ, Eact,
the Agent for the property at St. Mary's.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
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itching or in the shape of cutaneous eruptions—
even scald head—and iu no possible cute Will It
foil of curing us If by magic, nervous or perio
dical head-ache, and Waged twice a week by the
young regularly, it will preserve the color, and
keep the hair from falling, to any imaginable ago.
Read and judge.
Millfortl, Worcester Co., Mass., Nov. 1855.
Prof. 0.. J. Wood—D.l'r Sir: h take pleasure
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Cl . llarlostorm,,Mi!ss., Aug. 9, 1955,
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When I first commenced using it, my hair was
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From Mrs. Ingalls, a well known nurse in Bos
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The following is from the Pastor of the Ortho•
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Brookfield, Tlass., Jan. 12, 1855.
Prof. Wood—Dear Sir---Having made trial of
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(From ifie r ,Tei7e7lty Telegraph.]
W is it for—This Wood's Bair Restorative?
—ls a question asked daily by hundreds. We
answer without hesitation or fear of contradic
tion, that it is the only article known which will
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0..1. WOOD & CO., Proprietors, 312 Broadway
R. V., & 114 Market st., St. Louis, Missouri.
Sold in Hunting,.tun by dourt ItnAli, and 11
AluNlaNiaiLL, and by Druggists everywhere.
Junu 25, 1857.-3 m. 51ur.25,'57.-ly.
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ced from most purgatives. It acts slowly and
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once or twice daily. For Loss of Appetite, Lan
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retiring, and the demons of dream-land will all
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ses of continual debility, caused by deranged li
ver, and in every instance the effect was to re
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Invigorator, or Liver Remedy is what wo refer
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this medicine for family use is not overrated by
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SANFORD & Co., Proprietors, :145 Broadway
New York. Sold in Huntingdon by lltamy
Itlctilamosm., and John Road.
Dr. Cleo. H. Keyser, Wholesale Druggist,
No, 140, Wood at., Pittsburg, Wholesale Agent.
June 25, 1857.-2 m. Mnr.25,'57.-I,y, •
LIST or r:
he Huntingdon County
I the next Fair.
2d best du., $2 00
Best match h's, 6 00
Id best do., 400
Best trotting les, 3 00
24 best, do., 200
Best family horse 3 00
24 best do., 200
Best mules, 6 00
Id best do., 3 00
To be awarded by tL
Agricultural Society, al
Best Stallion, $7 00
2d best, -1 00
3d best, 3 OD
Best 20r3 yr eult 5 00
Bost under 1 yr., 2 00
Best brood mare, 5 00
2d best do., 2 50
Best draft horse, 3 00
2,1 beet do., 2 00
Beet riding horse 4 00
Best cow, 4 00
2d best do., 3 00
Best 3 y'r better, 3 00
2d best do., 2 00
Best calf, 2 00
Best work oxen, 6 00
2d best do., 400
3d best do., 300
Best bull, 5 00
2d best do., 3 00
Best boar, 00 '
2d.best do., 3 00
3d best do., 2 00
Best sow, 4 00
2d best SOW, it Ou
Best litter of pigs :I 00
Best Cites. White 3 00
Best Berkshire, 2 00
Bost titte-w. , 3 00
2d best do., 300
Best Sooth•dowll 5 00
2d hest do., 3 00
Best longswooled 5 00
2d best, ditto, 3 00
Best f.-wool ewe, 5 00
2(1 best do,, 3 00
Best long wool do. 5 00
Best South•dowu, 5 00
Best, 4 001
24 best, 3 00
Beat plow, 3 00
Best harrow, 2 00
Beat cultivator, 00
Best liill•Side; 3 00
Best Windmill, 3 00
3d best, 2 00
4tb best, 1 00
Best Wheat drill, 3 00
Best Cornplanter 3 00
Best Ilorse•ral<e, 2 00
Best Reaper, 3 00
Best Mower, 3 00
Best white wh't., :1 00
2tl best do, 200
3d best do., 100
Best red wheat, 3 00 I
2d best do, 2 00
3rl best do., 1 00
Hest veilow emu, 1 00
2 , 11 , e5t do., 50
Best white corn, i 00
2d best do., 50
Best Rye, 1 00
2d best du., 50
Best Oats, 1 00
2d best do., SU
13est buckwheat, 1 00
2d best do., 50
2,1 best do., .201
Best bard soap, 1 00
2d best do., 50
;lest candles, 1 00
2,1 best do., 50
Best carpet, 2 00
21 best do., 1 00
B.•st hearth rug, 1 00
2 , 1 best do., 50
flannel, 2 00
best do., 1 00
2d test do., 1 00
lin.4 wool sock, 50
Best worsted do., 50
necdle•work, 1 00
2d best ditto, 50
Best silk crobro'y 1 00
2,1 best, do., 50
Best shell•wbrk, 1 00
2a best do., 50
2d best it
,st domes. su
24 best, do., - I
Best apple butter I .0
2d best do., _ :id
Best tom. ketehup 1 00
Best honey, 1 00
Best julley, 1 00
2il best do., 50
Best preserves, 1 00
21 best do., 50
Best pickles, 1 00
MECIIAN ICII, 1M PI
Best 2 bor. ear'ge 2 00
Best buggy, 1 00
do. sett sin. bar., 1 IJO
do. do. farm. do., l 00
& m.l 7 1,
do. pair boots, 100
do. pair shoes, 50
do. side sole lea., 1 00
do. kip & calfskin 1 00
do. bar. & upper, 1 00
(10. lot cab. ware, 1 00
Best and largest
var. tin-ware, 1 00
1. earthen atono 1 00
Best meat vessel, L 00
Bee'. churn, 1 00
Best horse shoos, 50
Best marblowork 2 00
Best cook stove, 1 00
2d best du., 1 00
Best quinces, 100
Best and greatest
variety grapes, 2 00
Best native du., 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
Best doz. peach, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Bestduz. plums, 1 00
2d best du., 50
%IMES : •
du. beets, 50
do. parsnips, 50
do. carrots, 50
do. turnips, 50
do. onions, 50
do. celery, 50
do. cabbage, 50
24 best do., 25
Best pumpkins, 50
Best pie pump. 50
It,. squashes, 50
do. water melon, 50
do. musk melon, 50
do. beaus, 50
do. peas, 50
do, var. dahlias, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best boquet, 50
Best and greatest
variety apples, 3 00
2,1 best do., 2 00
Best doe. fall do. 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
Best doe. winter, 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
Best winer pears 2 00
24.1 best do., 1 00
Best tall do., 2 00
Best potatoes, 200
2d best do., 1 00
best do., 50
Best Meshannee, 1 00
Best !denim, 10Q
Best Pink Eye, 75
Best white pole., 75
Best red do., 50
Best blue, do, 50
Best sweet do., 1 00
Best tomatoes, 100
2(1 best do., 75
:1(1 best do., 50
Best Purple Eggs 50
Best peppers, 50
Best display flow•
ers in bloom, 2 00
2d bent do., 1 00
Bent dis. plants, 2 00
Best pr. turkeys, 1 00
2d best do., 60
Best pr. geese, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best pr. ofd ueks, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best pr. eldekens,l 00
2d best do., 00
Best dis. poultry, 00
2d best. do., 1 00
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ded, induced the Patentees to devote a large por
of their time for the last fourteen years, in ma
king discoveries and improvements for this ob
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and Crystal Palace, N. Y., 1853, as superior to
all others, it is now undoubtedly entitled to that
appellation, and secured with Ball's Patent
Powder-ProofLocks—which were also awarded
separate Medals, (as above)—forms the most
perfect Fire & Burglar Proof Sates over yet of
fered to the public.
Nearly 500 'Barring's Safes' have been tested
during the past 14 vears, and more than 16,000
have been sold and are now in actual use.
Also on hand or manufactured to order, all
kinds of Boiler and Chilled Iron Bank Chests
and. Vaults, Vault Doors, Money Cheats for
Brokers ' Jewellers, Balroads, private families,
Sec., for Plate, Diamonds, and other valuables.
Dr. Hardman, Analytical Physician.
Physician for Diseases of the Lungs, Throat
and Hgart—Formerly Physician to the
CINCINNATI MARINE HOSPITAL, also
to INVALIDS RETREAT,
Author of "Lateen to Invalids," IS COMING.
See following Curd.
July & 'Angus t Appointments
Dr. Hardman, Physician for disease of tho
Lungs, (formerly Physician to Cincinnati Ma
rine llospital,) will be in attendance at his
rooms as follows
Huntingdon, Jackson's Hotel Saturday August
Lewistown, National Hotel August 3.
Mifflin, Patterson House, August, 4.
Harrisburg, August 5.
Altoona July 30.
11(!lliolaysbu!g . July 31.
JohnstOwn ay 2(1.
Indium! July 28,
Greensburg July 27.
Pittiburgh July 2.1, 25 et. 217.
Dr. Hardman treats Consumption, Bronchi
tis, erstlima, Lnrryngittis and all diseases of the
throat and lungs, by medical Inhalation, lately
used in the Brown Hospital, London. The
great point in the treatment of all human mala
dies is to get at the disease in the direct man
ner, All medicines are estimated by their ac
tion upon the organ requiring relief. This is
the important bet upon. which Inhalation is ha
s ed. If the stomach is diseased we take
medicine directly into the stomach. If the lungs
are diseased, breathe or inhale medicated va
pors directlyinto the lungs. Medicines arc the
antidotes to disease and should be applied to
the very seat of disease. Inhalation is the ap
plication or this principle to the treattnent of
the lungs, for it gives us direct access to those
intricate air cells and tubes which lie out of
reach of every other means of administering
medicines. The reason that Consumption, and
other diseases of the lungs, have heretofore re
sisted all treatment has been because they had
never been approached m a direct manner by
medicine. They were intended to act upon the
lungs and yet were applied to the stomach.—
Their action was intended to be local, and yet,
they were so administered that they should not
act constistutionally, expending immediate and
principal action upon the unwinding stomach,
whilst the foul ulcers within the lungs were un
molested. Inhalation brings the medicine in
direct contact with the disease, withont the
disadvantage of any violent notion. Its appli ;
cation is simple, that it can be employed by the
youngest intent or feeblest invalid. It doe s not
Iderange the stomach, or interfere in the least de
gree with the strength, eunithrt, or business of
livinnt Mimi Asps Takiarkin.—ln relation
to the following dig eases, either when compli
cated with long affections existing alone, I also
invite consultation. I usually find them prompt
Prolapsus and all other forms of Female com-
plaints, Irregularities and Weakness.
Palpitation and all other forms 01 Henri
Disease, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, and al
other diseases of Stomach and bowels, &c.
All diseases of the eye nod car. Neuralgia.
Epilepsy. and all fortns of nervous disease.—
No ehurge for consultation.
S. 1). HARDMAN. M. D.
Juno 3, 1857,
AT LOVE &
A NEW AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
GROCERIES, CONFECTIONARIES, AND
PROVISIONS, just received and for sole at the
wholesale and retail Grocery & Protision Store
of Love & McDivitt. Consisting of
FIS ' 7 • 7 • T
OBACCO, of the best quality and every
grade. OILS, CANDLES, FLUID, CAM
PHENE , Nuts, Figs, Raisins, Dates, Tama
rinds, Rice, Sage, Tapioca, Cake, Crackers,
Cheese, Maccaroni, Pickles of all kinds, Sar
dines, Candies and Confectionaries. All of
which will he disposed Dion the most reason
able terms, Mr cash or country produce.
Purchasers will lied it to their interest to call
and examine our stock helium purchasing else
where, as we are prepared to sell eructhing in
our line of business A LITTLE LOWER titan
any other establishmmt of the kind in this Is•
May 13. 1817. 1.1 YE fi MeDIVITT.
New Goods New Goods
D. P. GIVEVS CHEAP STORE.
D. P. Grin has just rat sand from Philatlel.
phia with the largest and must beautiful as.
'.'l' . l: , Ullo@ .c.'.'T):-ei.lPl'Lra,`-,OOD-ci
--- .115 J; iri;ul,t - i7il - Liur.zre.ii, - ---
consisting of the most fashionable Dress Goods
for bodies and Gentlemen, such ns Black Silks,
and Fancy, All Wool do Loins,Challis de
Loins, (HL colors,) Braise Robes,
Brilliants, colors,) Brilliant Robes, Lawn
Robes, Chintz Robes, Dmals, Plain and Fan
cy Drees Gingham:, Dimmilla Cloth, Silk
Warp Levella Cloth, for travellingdres,es, Mo
hair, Dobais, Lawns and Pritts of any descrip
ALSO, a large lot of dress Trimmings, Frio
get, Buttons, Gongs, Bonnet Silks, Bonnet
Crapes, (all colors,) Ribbonds, Gloves, Mitts,
Veils, Laces, Hosiery, Gam Belts, Riblionds
for Betting, Whalebone and Brass Mugs fur
Skirts, Silk and Linen handkerchiefs, Silk and
Gingham Cravats, 'Zephyr, French Working
Cotton, Linen and Cotton Floss, Tidy Yarn.
Also the best and largest assortment of Col
lars, and Undersloeves, in town. Bar'd and
Plain Jaconet, Mull Muslin, Swiss, Ellin, Fig
ured and dotted. Crinoline, Moreen and Grass
cloth for skirts, Book Muriiu, Irish Linen, Li
nen Table Cloths, Napkins, Towels, &e.
Also a line assortment of Spring Shawls, Silk
and Barely:, Mantillas, and a variety of Dress
and Fancy Goods too numerous to mention.
Also, Cloths, Cassimers, Cassinets, Mereno
Cassimer, Tweeds, K. Jeans, Cotton Drills, fur'
pants, plaits and fancy Linens, Marseilles and
Silk Vesting, Bluslins, bleached and unbleach
ed, Sheeting and Pillaw-case Muslins, Nan
keens, Ticket], Chock, Table Diapers.
Bonnets of the latest styles and tit very low
prices, Moleskin, Fur. Wool and Summer Bats,
latest styles. ALSO i
Boots and Shoes, lIS.S.DIXTA.RII,
QuzungswA,RE, Buckets, Tubs, Bas
kets, Churns, Butter Bowls, Brooms, 13 rushes,
&e. Carps is. Oil Cloths, Oil Blinds, Fish
and Salt, and all goods usually kept in a coun
My old customers, and as many now ones MI
can crowd in aro respectfully request.: to come
and examine my goods.
All kinds of Country produce taken ju ex
change for goods, at the highest market prices.
April 29, 1857.
C. G. HUSSEY
IVholesale Deakre in. Pi Orisioux,
No. 325 LIBERTY STREET,
COMMERCIAL 110 W,
Orr Agents for Fl banks' Settles.
300 KEGS PAINTS.
White Lead, (pure) , i;:t tat per keg.
" • " (extra)
rhilaibilphia Zinc faint, 240 , "
Best Snow White, 268 " "
Oils, &e., and all kinds of thauwAHE and
building =finials in prnp , n lion at the MlNA
ware Store" of .1. A. 1.11& , WN S. CO.
REISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS
H.Z.utz N_ 1.) 0 N
The subscribers have again returned from
:„ ......- -........... .
the East with an enlarged stock of rj l llE undersigned owners of the Ifuntingdor.
ILVEDWARE, CUTLEIW, PAINT:' , , &e., i Mill, inform farmers and the public general
which they will sell at such prices as shall make -1,., that they now hale their new ndll in runnin t ,
it the interest of Housekeepers, Ilnilder B i Me' i Order, with all the Modern improvements in de
chanies, and ''all the rest of mankind," to give , water
wheels and machinery.
then; a call. Our stock comprises Building n ay
liens put in live of the Improved Jun
material, such as Locks, Hinges, Screws, Nails, : vi d tr„rbiat, Water Wheels, and can gr i n d ;,-
1 1 01 M, Glass of all pieces, Petty, 0 4 Varh1i 411,,,, , ' :ill stages of the water, and during the tibias ,
White Lead and Zinc Paints. ' weather, any and all kinds of grain.
MF ' eIIANICS' T " l '' ' • ' They are prepared to sell, and have on hand
Planes, Ilamlsaws, Mill & Cr. - Freud Saws,
M111M . :3 Axe, hatchets, Spirit Levels, '
; fur sale at all times, at market rates, all kind of
.Piles, ' Stocks and Dies, Monkey Wrenches,' FLOUR , FEED AND STUFFS
with an mnts variety of modern inventions : ,
and improvements.and tamers eau have their own grain oTound,
ea u an d exam i ne our ex t ens i ve s t oc k of Ihr. ,be furnish ed is exchange at a moment's notice
Saddlers rand Cuach.Mtd.r.i are invited to and take , it !Tel; in a return load, ur they can
ties Mountings and Coach Trimmings, Patent : art v‘hud iluantilY or Flour and Br , u ur chop'
and Common Haines, 30 varieties; Girthing, ;aid feed.
Hog Skins, Patent Loather, Enamelled Lea :
the; Oil Cloth for Carriages, Coach Laces and ! 10 01 . 101 improved manufacture; and they will
Linings Hubs, Spokes, FeHoes,Shafts, Springs, ! insure aFULL TURN OUT of superior quail:
Axles, &e., &e. • ty to every bushel or grain left at their mill,
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY, ! FISHER Sr IicMUILTRIE.
Knives and Forks from 37/ cents to tild per' N. B.—The Buckwheat stones are not quite
set. Silv er forks, Silver and common spoons, ! ready.
Ladies' Fruit knives, Furriers' knives, raZOI . S 2 I Iltintingdun, December 10, 1656
Pureelttine, Tinned and Plain Boilers, Teu•ket
tles, Sauce, Frying and ;faking Pans, Steak
Griddles, Dish Covers, Ste., ite., at manufactit• NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST COMPANY.
CON prices. Witbuit Street, South- II rst rorn, of Third.
MISCEL L AM:O US.
Ice Hammers, Letnon Squeezers, Butter
Incorporated by the State of Penn-
Prints, Butter Ladles ' Port Monnies, Bells of i
all kinds, Guns. Pistols and Revolvers, Paint r,ylvania.
Brushes, Wall Brushes. Traces and Chains of .
various kinds, Chain Pumps and Metallic VT one) . is received in aal sun large or small
Pumps for cisterns, Picks, Sledges, &c., tic. 'Viand interest paid from the day of deposit to
wh k - if-- oe. lj e aving pnrchmsed many of our goods at 9 day a withd "" l '
pr i ers f rom manu f ac t urers , wo aro
Office is open every day, from 9 o'clock
enabled to sell both wholesale and retail—e, in the morning till 7 o'clock in the evening, and
on Monday and Thursday evenings, till 9 o'clock
tremely low. A liberal share of public atrott• INTEREST FIVE PER CENT.
age is solicited• All sums large or small, arc paid back in gold
p: ^; orders from abroad promptly atten• on demand without notice, to any amount.
ded to. JAS. A. BROWN & Co. lion HENRY L. BENNER, President, •
.Apr.l:s7. ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vice President.
.. ... .
-- Wtt J REEn, Secretary.
or. 25 WITNESSES ; Da?EcToßs.
..... I Henry L. Benner, C. Landreth Munn',
.4 on vita I
..... , .... • Edward L. Carter, F. Careellßrewster.
~t. F- ".". CV'S)" X C w .. .. , .-7-F.. , Robert Selfhidge, Joseph B. Barry,
le. JOll.ll S. Dye, Author, Santee! K. Ashton, lien. L. Churchman
r - Wlm has had 10 years experience as a Bank- I James B. Smith. Francis Leo.
' 0 or and Publisher, and author of •.A series of l This company eolithgs its busineSo entirely to
nit Lectures at the Broadway Tabernacle,' when ' the receivin g ni : ninn " on interest. I he invest
Osfor iii successive nights ? over 50,000 People ments amounting to over one MILLION AND a
0 greeted him with rounds
aof alThase, white DALT, of dollars, are made in conformity with
Vhe exhibited the manner in which Counter- the provisions of the charter, iu Real Estat e
0 fciters execute their frauds, and the surtst and Mottpges, Oround Routs, and Bunt litt-clas,
shortest means or detecting them ! securities, as will always insure perfect security
7, The Bank Note Engravers all say that I e to the depositors, and ‘vhieinstitution.
cannot l ' .i i t? g i "'
. .. , i s t h e greatest Judge of Paper Moneyy th i ng. permanency and stability to this
p Greatest discovery of the present century Feb. 20, 1850. IllarVs7
0 for detecting Counterfeit 1t,,, Notes. De- , ..„'-. .._ ..,,,, ,„, ~ , 5 ,., ,„ . ,
...scribing every genuine bill in existence, and i . ',lntl Elfi /WL) ' , ...-AliGhlia l li.s
rme•xhibting at a glance every counterfeit in i
14 circulation !! Arranged so admirably, that , CLOTHING
treferenee is easy and demotion instantaneous. i
0 C-4J , No index to examine !No pages to A New Assortment Just Opened
up ! But so simplified and arranged
And will be s o ld 30 per cent.
.7. that the Merchant, Banker and Business man
Lean see all at a glance. English, French and CHEAPERTHAN THE CHEAPEST!
g German. Thus each may read the same inlj ROMAN respectfully ileums .his caste
p his own native tongue. Most perfect Bank .1.1., inets and the public generally; that he has
C./ Note List published. Also a list of all the j ust o p ene d a t his store-room in ma r ket s, taare
,hprivato Bankers it, America. A completo I Jlantiogdon, a splendid new stock of Ruady•
(.. summary of the Finance of Enropo :111,1 A- ~,,,,i„
4iMrtititi a ale -'' 1' : — • l— 'rt t,„ ""7"rrt.l2MTWVlTlYlrnirrnnrSTMffirrrr"
Also a series ()Oates, frost an obi Manuscript
found in the East, it furnishes the most corn
, Mete History of "Otte:J.:l :Are." Devrib-
Mg the most perplexi!,!.; positions in which
re, the ladies and f,,,tlClaeli of that Counter
have been so olle, frond. These stories will
F. :, continue throughout the whole year, and will
twi 'wove the most entertaining ever oared to
it US' Furnished Weekly to subscribers only
at `t , i n roar. All letters must be addressed to
,161 IN 0. DYE, Biwa ms,Publisher
Froprletor, 7U Wall Fitrect, New York,
C. April 22, 1657.—1 y.
SPRUCE CREEK FOUNDRY.
Just as expected,
r J ,..jr!viner, have rented Spruce t...reely
,„Voundry, and you would be swim.
eed to see what a general assort
meat of callings they are dealing out to the
Machine castings of all shapes and
castings fur Grist Saw turns, Forges
and Furnaces, made to order, a shortest are
rice and loweA rates. A good assort•
moot of Beth, Plough casting,, Stoves, Cook
and Parlor, Wood and Coal, 4:e., &c.
They are also prepared t furnish the world
and ''the rest of mankind" with the welbknown
celebrated Keystone Ploughs. And now they
earnestly solicit the patronage of all their friends
including the runner customers of this well.
Just call and see our . _ . stocici! you please
Pt RDY & 'CRAMER.,
1857.—Giu, Spruce Creek, Pa,
CONFECTIONARY (C. Fill STGRE
'WILLIAM N. snit:GARD,
WIIOLESALE CONFECTIONER FRCITERER,
No, 191 North Third St., above Wood,
HAN . UFACTI:ItEIt, OF CONFECTION
atv, Jujube Paste, Ikuu Drops, Chocolat , :
Drops, &allay Drops, Liquor Bottles, Jelly
Cakos, theam CLoculao_, Frcuch Tuts, White
Sugar Toys, Ac.,Ac.
AND DEALER IN
0ra,,,, , e5, Lemons, Currants, Citron,
Figs, - Dates, Prunes, Almond,, Walnuts, Fit
berts, Cream Nuts, Ground Nuto, First Crack
ers, SyrupM Tamarinds, Liquorice, Cock Can
dy, .he., Ac.
The attention or Naiora is reqested to an
examination of soy stuck, whirls will be found
equal to any in Philadelphia.
N. B.—Orders by snail or otherwise prompt
ly attended to.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will attend to all professional business entrusted
to his care in the several Courts of Huntingdon
county. Deeds, Leases and Articles of Agree
ment, written at the shortest notice and on the
west reasonable terms.
Shirleysburg, April 2
MA. GIIITIO[ti TEMILIEB t ,
.hue 13, UM.
Porcelain Boilers and Pans, of eve
ry description, for sale et the Ilardware Store of
J. A. BROWN & CO.
1 ried feel; fates, Shoulders and Flitch, for
sale at the cheap Grocery Store of
. LUVI S McDIVITT.
PE 1 . 01 Baia at the iffirdNato Store of
TAMES A. BROWN A co.
( . 1(• .
which he will sell cheaper than the same quality
of Goods can Lc...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 nurcha
sing elsewhere. Also,
pals,. Caps, goofs, and Shoes,
Which will be sold lower then at any other es
tablishment in the county.
IlinningdAt Al.ril 29, I t,57.
/11. - 777 ANDREA rournmar
MeGll,l, & CROSS INFORM THEM WA t
fri,l, and the public generally, that they
ha, tie above Foundry in full blast,
and prepared to furnish castings of
every description. Stoves at nil kind ' „ 1 „ ...
far we lor coal. Improved Ploughs, -
Tbresbing Machines, and everything in theca:.
ting line neatly made. We can (intuit all work
that requires turning, having a good Turnieg
Lath. .4111 work done cheap for cash or coun
try produce. Uhl motel taken far castings. Do
ing practical and experienced we hope by strict
attention to 'Mallet. to receive a liberal share
of publicpatronage. Mal CROSS.
Alexandria, April 29,
N 1:F..4 It OF
SASH, BLINDS, DOORS,....4BUTTERft •
Mechanicsburg, Cumberland Co., Pa.
mere, .F. S. delivers work to the cam. Ho has
always ready made work on hand. All orders
by mail shall receive prompt attention.
u Allegheny Street, between
4 • i . l'a• It R . SI, R.ffi B. T. R.R. Depots.
WM. B. ZEIGLER,
March 25, 1857.-6na• Proprietor.
Notice is hereby given that Jonathan Me.
Williams, Esq., Trustee of the estate of Wil
liam Ingram, has filed his account in the office
of the Prothonotary of the Court of Common
Pleas of Huntingdon County, and that the
same will be prosiMted to thelitid Court on
first Monday rind 10th day of August term,'
next, for confirmation and allowance.
M. F. CAMPBELL,
Huntingdon, July ft, 1857. Png'o,
`lt ZAWXB rt
BLANKS I BLANKS
general assortment of Blanks of all de.
seriptinus just printed and for sale al the
Appointee's of Referees, Common Bond,
Notice to Referees, Judgment Notes
Seim Esseitsss Subposuns,
Commitments. Loud to ideutnify Constable, &c.
DR. J R. TIYETT
ALEXANOMA. HUAI'. CO., PA.
April 1, 1e57.—1y.
'Phis celebrated utedicinC is for ...lc at the
it it (Mice . For all inlianiraatory
il is a ..ertnin tine. Oct it I, s and try it, ye
who .ire attlietiul