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HILLIAR BREWSTER,/ Editor.
VAIL G. WHITTAKER.
Wednesday Morning, Beptembez 18,1857,
..Once more our glorious banner oat
Unto the breeze we throw ;
',knead its folds with song and shout
We'll charge upon the foe."
OP BRADYORD COUNTY,
PON CANAL COMMISSIONER,
WILLIAM RIM LWARD,
/OR SUPREME JUDGES,
OP FAYETTE COUNTY.
JOSEPH J. LEWIS,
OF CHESTER COUNTY.
Gen. WM. H. KOONTZ, of Somerset co.
LEVI EVANS, of Tod Township.
Ms. McELROY, of Porter Township.
FOR REGISTER • RECORDER,
HENRY GLAZIER, of Huntingdon.
FRANKLIN R. LANE, of Brady Taw'p.
G. W. lIIATTERN, of Franklin township,
YOR DIRECTOR OF THE POOR,
PERRY MOORS, of Morris township
num D. STEVENS, of Cass township.
The letter of our noble champion Levi Evans
defining his position on the great issues, has
had the effect of dragging poor Wharton from
hit seclusio n and giving to the world another
of his unparalleled productions. His position
cn the issues is as clear as—mud. On tho
three mill tax, he takes both aides of the gees.
tion; foe in hie platform last week, he speaks as
been the tonnage tax question have
they could be repeated ih in, VA...doubted, and
than that of your correspondent."
Wharton speaks this way in the last Ameri•
elsed the corretmoudent. when, ho di. o
sphis sentiments so plainy, appears over
the signature of "Justice" in the same paper,
(and we have no doubt is Wharton himself,)
and hie 'language' is as follows
"I don't care much about this tax, one way
or other. I always thoughl the principle 'crony!
• I will go further and say that when
the tonnage tax was repealed on coal and lum
ber, t considered it a step in the right track."
Thin is ‘Vharton's platform ; these his avow.
ed sentiments. Here him and then read our
champion Mr. Evans' letter. How will you de.
cide, taxpayer Can you, laying aside all
considerations of character choose this man in
preference to Mr. Evans, and remain true to
your party, and your own interests? But here
is Mr. Evans' totter :
To the Free and Independent Voters of
As my name stands before you as a candi
date for Assembly—to which office I have no
aspirations and present no claims on the coun
ty. for services rendered any political party,—
and inasmuch as questions of importance which
will seriously affect the financial condition of
this giant Commonwealth, (the prosperity of
which is of the greatest interest and should re
ceive the catidid consideration of every tax-pay.
er of the State,) are presented to the people
for their decision, it is expected that I should
define my position and declare my sentiments
in relation to those question.. The people of
this Commonwealth are now called upon to ex
press their preferences for or against the pro
posed appropriation of three millions of dollars
of the proceeds of the sale of the Main Line of
our Public Improvements, to the completion of
the Sunbury & Erie Railroad, and also on the
repeal of three mill tonnage tax now imposed
by the Commonwealth on the Pa. It. It.
Company. On these questions, I ate free to
say, that in case of my election I will 'ffirst,
last and all the !hue," with whatever ability I
may possess, oppose the appropriation of any
part of the seven and one halt millions, to any
purpose whatever, except to the liquidation of
the onerous debt of our noble Commonweulth.
I will oppose the repeal of the three mill ton
nage tax, which. in ray opinion, ought to con
tinue as a source of revenue, to relieve the eta
barrassed condition of the treasury—which is
felt by every tax-payer.
In taking this course, I ant aware of the sit.
uation in which lam placed ; that I incur the
displeasure of the combined forces of the Pa.
R. R. Co., that I have no money to emend in a
campaign, no offices at my disposal, no money
of corporations at my command, no hired press
to sustain me, no shrewd political wire workers
to operate for my election; but I have to con
tend against all the political rnanomvering of
the sharp shooters of all the political parties
of the county, the combined forces of mammoth
corporations, and all the collectors, lock•teed.
era, weigh masters, with a host of other employ.
see along the Canal and Railroad. Nor do I
expect any man to vote for me who desires an
increase of our State Ton. My desire in to
lighten the burden of the tax payer, by appro.
priating all monies belonging to the State—af
ter necessary expenses of government shall be
met—to the liquidation of her indebtedness,
so that we may yet see the day when our farms
and workshops may be relieved from the heavy
mortgage of FORTY MILLIONS OF DOL
LARS, which new rests upon the property of
every tax payer of the State.
With proper and economical management,
the State Treasurer will never again be under
the necessity drowning to a loan, to meet the
interest on the debt of the Commonwealth.—
But on the contrary, eight millions of the debt
could be paid the first year, and two millions
anifually Orevestter, which artangemeet *twat!
in the course of twelve or fourteen years, en
tirely wipe out the debt
Where is the farmer, or mechanic, or any
taxpayer, who does not desire the payment of
our State indebtedness, especially if it can be
accomplished without any additional taxation?
Twenty years ago Mr. Wilmot had just set•
tied in Bradford county. He was poor, with.
out friends, unknown. In 18:17 the Whigs
carried the county, elected a Senator, notwith
standing the large Democratic majority in
Susquehanna county ; but from that year Mr.
Wihnot's influence was felt; the county became
more and more Democratic under his auspices.
His popularity increased until he had placed
the vote of bie county beyond doubt. The
change he had wrought made him one of the
great men of the country in the eyes of his
party. But that party forsook the landmarks
of the olden time. Its truculence to t'te South
became intolerable at la.t, and Mr. Wilmot
fors tok it rather than abandon his plinciples,
and Bradford county bolted cn masse. His
eloquence, both in word and example, rallied
the whore county on the side of truth, justice
and humanity, against a bogus Democracy
which had sold the government of the country
at the price of a few loaves and fishes of office,
to the slave power of the South. An exchange
from Bradford promises Wilmot six thousand
majority at the coming election. They gave
Pollock twenty.five hundred majority; they
promised three thonsand for the Union State
Ticket last fall, and gave over thirty five bun.
dred ; they promised four thousand for Fre.
moot, and gave him forty-five hundred, .d if
they now promise their own W limos six ihou.
sand, and should "spread themselves" and run
it up to sixty five hundred or seven thousand,
"pardon something to the spirit of liberty ,
which animates them in this contest.
44 4_4_4 4 k
Keep it before the People,
That Henry S. Mutt, Canal Commissioner,
Charles R. Buckalew, Chairman of the Lem,.
cretin State Central Committee, and others of
the same ilk, plundered the Treasury of $3OOOl
Keep it before llie People,
That Jacob Fry, Auditor General, and Hem y
S. Magraw, State Treasurer, both Democrats,
connived at the fraud and paid the money out
of the Treasury, in direct violation of law!
Seep it before the People,
That if they desire to protect the Treasury
from plunder, and save themselves from ono•
one taxation, they must elect honest public of.
6cers to guard the treasure of the Common.
wealth, and protect it against the leeches who
have been sticking to it, and sucking its
blood for year, past.
Keep it before the People,
That the leaders of the Democratic party,
horn Parker down, are a gang of State Plus.
derers; who have swindled the Commonwealth
out of millions of money, slung from the sweat
and toil ot the honest taxpayer, and will con.
long as ther 111111,CREPI.Ile Treasury on
en frosted will,
Whi3, Oppose Wharton's Election I
Do you ask who 1 Lend us your attention
a moment and we will tell you.
A majority of the decent and respectable
members of soc:ety oppose his election.
The President of the Convention which no.
minuted him opposes his election.
A large number of the delegates who atten
ded the Convention oppose Ms election.
All who are opposed to the removal of the
three "mill" tax oppose his election.
All who arc opposed to the $3,000,000 plus.
dering scheme oppose his election.
In fact everybody who is not connected with
some monopoly, some "axe grinding" scheme,
some struightout, Locoloco clup•trap, or who is
nut blind to his best interests and the interests
of society, opposes his election.
Rs. the Iluntingdon Jounsul.
IVe have been greatly amused during the
past four weeks with the weak, and imbecile
productions of Tod, alias Justice, who scribbles
for the Huntingdon Ameri can His attempts
to palm them off as coming from this townehip,
brings to our remembrance the imposition at•
tempted by Mrs. Cunningham, except instead
of being a real, living baby, his has been a
We should think from his views, and expo
Chitin of the "Tonnage 'Tax," aid his style of
writing, that he is “so um" among the "literati."
At least he appears to come up to Col. What ,
ton's standard. Indeed he appears to firm
the principal plunk in the Cul e plittlitrin. As
this platform appears is coned:lto. with
"Tad's" or "Justices' lagged nd o will
give it a passing notice. Although the Col.
wishes to be "understood," and says: "if elec
ted I will not cote.* the repeal of Ilse tonnage
tax!, n ot his "vieee could be re ; eued nto plat
ner hingeage than that of your col respiiiident."
What is the language of that correspondent ?
"I do not care about that tonnage tax one way
or l'oMcr: And further, "when the tonnage
tax was repealed on cool and lumber, I consi
dered it a step in the right direetion 7" Hon
eat voters of the county. look at this *Gunn
and be nut deceived nor mislead by it.
Mr. Tod promised to show es !Ma week that
the "little justice" as he is pleased to call Mr.
Evans, paid five dollars to buy a d F ATAL ACCIDENT.—On Friday
delegate, but a man mted ..
he failed to say anything about it this week. tree falling on hint whilst hetters was as
We pronounce Mr. Tod a base falsifier, and the woods in thipler township, in this comity.
call upon him for the proof that Mr. Evans The tree had lodged, and when finally it fell it
caught hint on the middle of his body items. a
gave or offered money to any person fur the
log and crushed him dreadfully. Ile survived
purpose of influencing hie vote. We seek for h owuver o mit next u a d o .
truth, and if this be true we wish to know it; pendent wife and family mono' ,
to tuourn H his midden
but we know too well the honest integrity o f death.-1101. Reg.
Mr. Evans to credit each report coining from A LLECIED Holum Titter CSUGHT.—Some four
any source, much low, emanating, as it does, ' weeks a . unman sue, hired a span of horned and a
from Mr. "Tod." Come, Mr. Tod, if the indi• buggy fron Mr. Williams. in Huntingdon, and
vidual is still living who received the $5 let his afterwards cold them in Bellet.te. The fellow•
affidavit accompany your next, a 1.., t h at of any managed to elude apprehension; but on last
other witnesses if there he any. A CITIZEN. Friday Mr. Ellis Liveryouti, of Goshen town.
Ted tp., Sept. 15, '57, ship, got or the trot* of a fellow named Utter,
who WWI suspected of Leing the scamp, caught
Tremendous—The effort. of Sammy to car. him and ludsed him in the jail at this place.
t t e te i
I b: H T ! I LI i t this
st h w e e r e e k i ,.he wii woe e t to
ry the election. It ie hard working under the
weight of a two span bridge, a three mill tax t h ee rnt fur his arrest having been issued there
and a loan Of $3,000,000 and Other little mat' at te instance of Mr. Bible, to whom the her
torn. set have besa told.— °feat:field /creme?.
WHARTON AND 'BLVD'
On Monday morning lost, whilst quietly sea
ted in our sanctum, ruminating upon the on
stability of human affairs, and cogitating upon
the turns of the world in general, we were hon•
ored by a visit from one of our best citizens,
who, alter the usual salutations, informed us
that he was the bearer of important despatches
which concerned our happiness in general and
on. fair bodily proportions in particular. To
be brief, he informed us that he, as our friend,
was waited upon by a gentleman who was act•
ing as'agent for Col. Wharton, to state to us
that if we continued our present opposition to
Mr. Tharton, wo should receive personal info.
ries I or to use Col, Wharton's own language,
which he requested his agent to use, "THERE
WOULD BE A 'BLUDY' TIME." Now
we notice this merely to reiterate to this fight
ing man, Wharton, what we said ell along.—
Let him know we can not and if we continuo in
our right Iniud will not, so help us Owl, aid in
elevating to office evt ry blockhead and black
guard who may consider . himaelf capable of re.
presenting decent society.
We have given some of our reasons fur op•
posing this man Wharton—those which tire
least weighty ; but we have more, many many
more, which we shall lion' time to time I.y be
fore our readers, between this arid the election.
We shall confine ourself, however, in the pre
sent article to a brief glance at this threat.
Do. Sam Wharton, a man who has dune no•
thing to gain the respect of decent men mid
respectable society, think, for one moment, t bat
he can intimidate us by his threats 7 Does he
think to swerve us from the plain line of duty,
which is the path of honor, )5 , the assassin's
dagger and the ruffian's bludgeon Does be
ignorantly think by his villainous threats, his
low, dastardly, cowardly threats to force us
from our position? If he does, whilst it betrays
the true character or the MHO, and git mg us..
example of his intellectual abilities, it should
place the people of the county on their guard.
Just look at it Here is it 1111/O, who, having
all his life been a worker in the dirtiest kind ce
politics, assumes tiiecititrol the interests tif a
party he has always secretely opposed, and is
eowardly enough, because we do not see prop
er to acknowledge hits as our candidate, and
laying aside our sellrespect and decency. es•
pousc the doctrine of an illiterate, unprincipled
demagogue, to send us word that personal vio
lence will be used towards us. That brute
force will be used to force us to acknowledge
the claims of brute intellect I But let him be
We shall, with all our abilities, all our oner
Ries, oppose Sam Whniton, and call upon all
respectable men and men of intelligence, who
desire the success of correct principles to do
In regard to his threats we have only one re•
mark to make. i. e. we defy him. If he should
attempt to carry his threat into execution, we
shall be fully prepared, and if blood must flow!
in the language of the ill ustrious Sikaey, "let
Houtz not Right "On the Goove."
Dr. Houtz, the Ileofot o nomikee forAssetn•
isles ii . ooz.gites..ht afraid ineom.e_laefor.e.the rtsn,
fluutingdon Globe has constituted itself his
spokesman, but we must hear him speak for
himself. Come, Mr. Houtz, no dodging, we
want you to Come out fair and square.
Will They Take the Stomp I
We under' tint! that Mr. Evans, our candidate
for Assembly has challenged Col. Wharton and
Dr. Floutz to meet him on the stump, to discuss
before the people of the county the issues in.
volved in the present campaign, and to define
their positions on those issues. Da•e they lace
the music 7 Da•e they meet our candidate ?
lflrr Ae an evidence that we still live. not
withstanding the "erush•out" game, we publish
our new subscribers for the week ending Sep.
tember 16th, 1857, an we promised.
J. Thomas, . A lliat;Ed wa.ds
I'. Barnes, David Harkness '
Amos Figart, B. F. Moore, '
George Morris, Alex. Dermot,
Ed. McCune,Jonah S. Read,
VERMONT ELECTION.—An election for Gov
ernor, tnenthers of the legislitieri., WAS
held in the State of Vermont 41 g hut,
The iblaiblicans hare carried
fore them by weeping. mujorities. 1 h it,o
men of the. Green Mountain Store ore still true
to their old faith, .d utiwueeengly opposed to
the extension of mitivery.
ger The resignutiun of Judge Curtis 83 one
of the Justices of the Supreme Court of the
United Snow, reported aunt,, time ago, in Cu,,.
firmed by the Boston papers. The Advertiser
gives its the cause the inadequacy of the samry
attstelmd to the otHee. Judge Curtis was sp.
pointed by President Fill core, and hos been
in office nix years.
Ur The Locofocos of thin Senatorial district
have nominated a Mr. William Schell of Lied.
ford county, Co their candidate fur State Sena.
tor, We are not acquaioted with William, nor
do we know on what he buses his hopes of elec.
tiusi, (if he has any) but of 0110 thing we feel
assured, that after tie election he will have the
title . of L. L. D. conferred on him—in McClure'.
acceptation of the term—i. e. licked like d---.
Gun. Koontz will go to Harrisburg. to the
tune of 1500 majority.
Mr Why is little ••Daiden" like a drum ?
Beeamse with all its 'noise' it is empty within. !
The tendency of Flour is (lOw:sward, some
Ildr The Republicans hayeewept °writhing
',hipping brand; sold at 5.75 per 1,11,1_ and ex•
Ira family at $7.25. Rye Flour is held at 4,50
Ought to be Caged—The "ex4kfayor of Pitts- and Corn Meal et $4 per Mil... Wheat hen not
burg." • Joseph is a very bad egg, and no inis• changed. Rye is sold at 7' ren t s
at 74 emits. Outs are lower a sell a t
Coot.—The mornings and evenines. Cooler On per bushel. .
—Placing an out and out Locorocoon a Union
Playing tie Brag Caine—The pelf, hirelinga
of the “handsome member." It won't work.
boy.. You're not good looking nod you can't
Oar The Blair County Whet says that the
jail of that enmity is empty. That in an excel
lert thing; but will it lust 7 We hope the jail
may stay empty.
Talked 0,/.—A new tragedy ; scene, a village
inn ; time, night; actors. a man in his shirt
tail. a rentals Othello, and villagers with tar,
feathers and a fence rail.
sear There ere eighteen weekly journals now
published in the territory of Kansas, thirteen of
which lefree soil in sentiment, and five are
denmeratie end pro slavery.
Its shipment; oren,i! Th u g k m
don awl Braid Ton Rsilranil, fly the week end
ini Thursdsv, Septemlwr 16th, were 2,567 tons.
For the cousin. 111.570 tons.
Can't be Ann,' —The equal of the posey
who wrote and presented the red! aitioli we pule
hotted last. week. His heart is "burning' with
personal malignity, because we 11111111 , ed outsell
to his selfish ambition. Ile deserves only our
mar The Grand Jury in New York City, on
Thursday last preseuted a true bill ngainsr Mrs.
Ctlllbill i jllllll, for hating telrmionsly produced a
false heir to the Burden estate. The penalty
is Iron fire to ten years imprisonment in the
Svar Owing to an unusual pr ss of adverbs.
ing upon our columns, we hate beat (minim].
led to omit several Immthy editorials. Idiot
week we were obliged to mutt ever two columns
or advertisements to make room fur miter now
ter, this week we reverse the rule. We shall
be all right in a week or so.
S Owing to an unusital amount of job
work, &e., die., we have not paid th it attention
to our paper this week that we would like. our
that eircutnstances detnainled. Next week we
abutl give our usual variety and spice. We
Audi attend particularly to the threats ut our
inlelliyesa friend Wh!irtull.
Ear The Delaware County Republican tells
a story of two horses in Itidly township, who
provide water for each other, the otre e taking
the wooden pump handle in his mouth and pion.
ping the water while the other drinks at the
nozzle. Do horses reason 1 The Republican
vouches Mr the truth of the story. •
Stir "The Shirleysburg Herald, has placed
the Union Ticket at its mast head, and enlisted
for the campaign."—Huat. American.
This acquisition will secure the Colonel pre.
cisely one vote, as we believe that to be the ex•
tent ut this mammoth sheet's inflnence. The
Culonel has become a heavy stockholder ($75
OUR BOOK TABLE,
The lireetturti;S;ptetnber is before
us. It Man excellent little work, and should
be patronized by all mechanical men. Pub•
Imbed by Low, Haskell & Co., New York, at
$1 per year.
&k°' Peterson's Magazine for October, is
tot our tattle. Published by C. T. Pett.rson,
Phila., at $2 peril:lllU. It is a %ttry extellent
and very cheap magazine. Indeed is in one of
t ie very bent in the country.
N' Graham's Magazine, the pioneer or.
books of its clans, is one of our ft, .rittts. Ihe
October No. is particularly charming. abound
ittg in the must interesting reading and beauti
ful engravings, &c. Published by Watson &
Phila., at $3 per annum.
Gudey's Lady's Souk for October has
been received. We see that Godey has been
awarded by a Committee at a State Fair in one
of the Western States, a premier fur publish•
Trim the bent ladies' book in the country, over
fifteen competitors. That in sullieient. Pah
It..lted he 1,. A. Goiter, Phila.. at 3 :.er annum.
Sty. 11,.. Cotter] tit.,tt , td Nl:k4nzot for 8 .111.,
u, Ii 1.- THI lot it. 1 / 1 .01. in 111,11.11
I. I WI, ! , 14 )our tutottty I,:tek" :II
);(1.0 anti hot maw,. 11'it heartily ret:
tittoneettl this 1,, , k to Ow tottottion or the
I'm public. l'obliand by Enter:mu it CO, New I
Y..rk. xi tt 3 a year.
Iile" The C 7. S.Journal puhlisbed monthly
by the Winn, firm has been received. It in an
TUE Liitir UGATER and other Sforkg of I
the Ileart, by Ails. tarolitti. ic, Hew, Au
ilior .11,11," n
thero ••E.,1i....." •
and 1,..ttt1 ntt• t
The ; bum work is published r
80n, No. 306 Chestnut St., Philad, , pin, who
will send it to any part of the Mt.! . r• c•ipt
of price. It is an oicelleht wurk, anti we rc
commend it to the public.
Mrs. Hale's Receipt, for th, "in ; contain
in; ; rut, thousand li,r Ituntireo and way live
receipts, hu•ls, dir,•cti.,n.., lotowted te, et,,
in bite to,ettil, Ornamental nod domestic art, , ,
hod in the conduct of lite. Britt), a ctoliplete
family directory and honsehold vide tor the
Mrs. Sarah Joseph's 'lulu.—
Compete fit one !alga volume, 800 pp,—
Price 51,25 a copy.
This is an encyclopedia for the whole coon
try, from which any person may obtain infor•
matioo, which would otherwise require years
of bald study, and an acquaintance with nu
merous volumes. Sent, free of postage, on re
ceipt of price, by T. B. Peterson, :106 Chestnut
Ou the 13th August, by Rev. A. 11. Still, in
Huntingdon, bk. Joust 0. MURRAY to Mrs.
J o to C. JUNES, 110111 of Huntingdon.
On the Bth lent., by Rev. G. W. Sehaitrer,
Mr. Joe HENDERIK N, of Camille, to Mite
Msws P. Hirmax, of clay township.
TO THE MILLION.—Priii. w •ori, of Si.
Louis, hits. after years of deep study mid un
tiro, SOPPPetled in presenting to the
polilie an entitle superior to any now in
SPII it in truly a woLtlerttil discorcry—we ad-
Sri, to his HMI Iti,tr wive ; limosly article
that has I.PPII completely sumei,sfill in rhea:
ti, of his eras. lucks, meteoritic dandrift,
rhitic, setlifula, * Sm. It restores the grimy
ill more than the oricinal beauty ;odds
new-lie tire to locks already luxuriant; basing
the etTeet on cmirse, harsh heir to render it
g'o ay and watery; hi-teas permanently hair
that is boa., or fulling. end many other q11111i•
ties which will become know. its soon as used
Tin pride of mind:hid is singularly devel•
sped in the keeping nod arrttuvement of the
hair ; iterhaps front the fneohat it is the only
portion of the huntait body that we eon train
in any way we chooNii; how important then.
thin portion left to our 0000, dna vie
nhouid one nll thr menus aciehue (''nerd in
"In dy I, k hrisilitrt•! uiul fermi.
111,t. If wo , Id have i g'os.
00 ha:, IA non, ent. hair, Into A t'l its 1 1 / l illlll3
PIO, 11'U1ily ft) CA.lttql.ahld axe
don't lid to puieltuse 11'0.00,4 lit.stora.
five. [Dully louu Stole 6whote.
ger Live dim , ..vur , ey in Pathology sbowthat
very many of the disposes which afflict man.
kiwi oris.. from impurity of the hind. This
into long lo 1 . 11 ucl et Itd 1,111. is
kIIOWII. lu CMIAIIIIIII , II., tubt.reles ore lonia
to be a sedimentary depenite from the tilt od.—
Dropsy, Vest, Cancer. Ulcers and Eruptions, I
all arise in disorded' deyosites from the blood.
Minims diseases and fevers are cauhod solely
by its deranged unhealthy slate sold even the
deelitc of lilt• follows a want of vitality in the
bli,nd. La view of these facts lie. Aver de:.
',wed his Cathartic Pills especially to purify
and invieorate the blood, and hence we believe
to arise its iniparalelled success in c.troling
and curing tbs.:ie.—Medical Journal.
SW' It seems that Rheumatism, Deafness,
N.1.1 1 ,i0. Swollen and Still - Johta and other
Complaints to which we ore all jest, lave
hot their terrors. Prof. De Grath's Eli Tine
Oil is warranted to relieve at, case in a chart
spare of time and with a trilling oxpeose.—
li coo he hail of the 'welds. See advertise.
inent in another volume.
01• whirl. s 4,
[Real Estate of Dawson C. Sniawier, d eseci.i.nt aun novantageous to the minimiiite.
Olt PIIANS' COURT SAL R. tlint the inamotet titers, A, e-srs. elogent Se I
DY virtue of ,u plurius order of thi• ter, 1114, , Uum eedt beenOn to supply time
D Court of 17uniingd.in County, tli e, will I e t.. made to ar
s° d ot piddle vendue or outcry on the ii.etni.es
the Intel. potehted in 1555. It is
on Tuesday. the 20th day of October, 1857, st 50.011 w 001.% enlist' oiled machine. and like its
tween the hours of 10 a. tn. and 2p. in., C 118.104.22.16811, the Palo, does most excellent
work, nut rive rei raids, ouch apple
into tu ent -tett equal parts, lea , Mg, without
A TRACT OF LAND,
Situate in Shirley township, Iluntingdon coon. waute, „ ffly u cure toe A
ty, bounded by Anima Ricer, of the east ; by child min readily work either l'arer or Sh rcouSl
lands of Swishart heirs on the north; by A „ speed of about three ousliels per hour.
wick creek on the northwest;. by lands ..f Entail price of each 51,50. All orders by
James M. Bell on the south ; and by lands of mail of othc.twise should, to weer prompt alien
heirs arid Oliver Etnier on the suuth.west, lien, be addressed to Id. 1.. Ht.\ 'IT,
617 btaisoul St., Philadelphia, Pu.
Two Hundred and Fifty Acres. i
noire or less; about one hundred of uhich are , LAST NOTICE.
d ruled and under cmtivation, basioe then o e j mom.. to Inv undersigned by
'I wo Story bbu¢ tie or book rietoruta. are rottio,,lrd to coil and
sprig hu; 50, drone truant house,
ued nut without
ie s l ::nod bunk urc~:on!s
-linen, Atc., being the real Oblate of Dawson C. . 1. N. SW 001'1.
Sitiew dec . d.
Alexandria, Aug. 12,1857.
Perms of Sale. • -
One third of thepurch ase money to be ps'd X.IC S
RU P Liz
. ° R .L zniz.
nu confirmit,,„„utid the residue
• l'or.uns &smog a V.! a
, 0p ,. 1 . f0r elide ilnie
qua! ational pavilion!, otth lotereat.,
mired by the Inmils nod mango' , of thy. Ha. '"" °I-toed r" ILt r' ue he
-baser. Due d ol n v f jo 'hie operation, a ;,,i• ye
Cole by HE N y BRE, ,TLR , , no improved ;la, 4,1 producing daily,
qf pu ern C. il.aw decd. ' ' •e 1, 11111 'VS of it, I,u 1,41 gliality. %Vial
, unsurpassed, and limestone pure no
ass tumid in the sink, he feels confident that
500 IGENTS WANTED. he can render complete satistitetioli lo those
1 who give hire cull. • The attention of Buil
A Ill) 'IEB EA II Hilt 31 0!--Third , 1) , derv, Farmers .d all wishing to buy lilac, IA
—SW 000 tree a, of Fiery,, mud has,
i„ gold ;„rit,,d as to his low rates, as
pace comity, Virtrio. his ix. to he divid, d metme•t 10.2,0 solo:eviller/1j to the quu~ily of
on the 7th of Door, hor. 1507. So l seripti.. 1
only hill dollars nitren dollars. one
halt down, the rest on the deliver) of the deed.
Every subset iber will get a tin-i ling Lot or a
Farm, ranging in valnn trom Slit to $25 000,
'I true fanos othl pits are sold so clamp to indure
settlements, a entlieient number heilh, reserved,
the hitless', in the value of which tell compen
s,,,,• for the ameitent low 1.1.1eV 1711,
words of 1,850 lute , m 1 tarn, aro tile, a Ic s. 1 , 1,
Mill it of settlers raked the •• kapott
h anima Pion. er Astmeit,t , uu" is now fo.ming
awl 11111 soon commence a cettl mem. Ample
00100 , ty trill hu g ern to: the Ctithrul porhlroi
aooo of rotor rotors ono prole's., heart, 45,000
11111.1, in diner, ports of Viteinis, now
itt cotionend, noel w ill be sold to sewers at nom
St up to $3.0 too . acre. Lorpte.lionoble fiats
will in rill roses hr giros. IV nice-noterh,
eon,turwcls. o . e. ore wooled. ;old life 1t.11,e41
151,,, 'PM. 111 MI 0111 ti 0 II MO
1111P1,1 or ill he. given. bourn agehis
vyrilu that ihct aro nu,keig 200 do.rs per
tool ill. Fee lull parlimara, subsoiptious, a•
geneses, apply to
Sep 16.-Bm. Port Royal. Caroline co.
FIIEEDLE TN LEGAL A MISER.
By the Author cf(l7Buyieul y;.eati. ou
The publiAers take pleasure in announcing
3 book that they lee' maitre,' 'bat business
mei, will uppreitate. The author, it. bin intro•
doctor) I homer. says " !Olio". of dollors hove
b••eo expended by our ancestors in emiablishing
a,m elovidating certuiti legal principles of con•
stunt appbeution—not less than iiCitiO,ooo it has
been estimated, have been spent ill oxpluiuittg
0..0 ItUt'l lUD ut nee Statute—the Statute of
Fronds—and it is reasotioble to hope and be.
lieve that How, with the lump of others' experi
ettee in our lands, we may dtrcern what to do
and what to avoid in ordinary con no.rce so as
to escape the perils of lineation ano, et her fur,
if collisions must come, he armed for the con•
test with the low on our side."
One volume, about 400 pp., - large 12m0.
Price, muslin, $1,251 sheep,sl,so.
J. B. LIPPINCOTT &
20 North Fourth St., Philudelphift.
For sale by Wtn. Colon.
lITY/%1,1 HICY7II I 2Lap
_AIANUFACTU HENN AND IMPORTEII/4
papLtalla2ll , l2lai,t.
No. 622 (Media Street, Philadelphia.,
Have for sale, to consumers and the trade, the
largest assortment ot Puper Hangings, liorderr,
Lim:orations, & c., in the United States.
They ask the special attention of the trade
to a new and very beautiful article on impel of
GOLD WINDOW SHADES, which they
JOSEPH DOUGLAS, Gunsmith,
111 iV AUTEETISMATS.
PEANUTS. -5000 Bush. Is Wilmington refl.
nuts in store end for sale by
WM. N. EiIIUGARD,
923 or 191 North 3d street, Phila.
CONFECTIONARY.—PIain Rita tine Con
lectionary n oon retored end tor gale by
Wlll. N. tiIIUGARD,
923 or 101 North ad street, Phila.
BANGES AND 1,1,M0N5.-500 boxes Or
, mom old Letiono. in at, ro and ror solo by
hi. N. FIIUGARD,
833 or 191 Ninth 3d street, Phila.
I 't ATSINS —l,OOO Boxes Bunch nod Layer
Buinins in store and Pier sale by.
WM. N. SHUGARD,
329 or 101 North ad street, Phila.
FIGS, DATES, I'RUNES, CITRONS,
Currants, in store and for sale hr
Will. IN. SHUOARD,
323 or 191 North 3d strait, Phila.
A LMONDS, WALNUTS, CREAM NUTS
and /Filberts in 'tare and tie side by
WM. N. IMIUGAI11),
Sept. 9 .97.-ly. 923 ur 191 N'th 3d et., Phila.
MOUNTAIN no,. SEmiNetty, 13trod
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the
Croat of Common Pleas of H omittednu comity.
to distribute the proceeds of the Sheriff's sale
of ,be real emote of the Moutdain Feifittle Se.
misery Is those legally entitled thereto, hereby
gives unitive to 01l persons itoerested, that he
will attend for that purpose at his other io the
boronh of Hum ilvtoti, On Saturday, the 10th
day of Octobe to.st, at 3 o'clock, p. to., when
and where all persons are required to present
their claims before the undersigned Auditor,
or be debarred from minimm• in upon said toad.
THEO. H. CHESIEH, Auditor:
Sept 9.'57. 4t.
I OUNTRY MERCHANTS !
The Apple Harvest of liis7 has arrived,
And if you wish to make money, please your
customers and save canvassing agents (who can
make one, two and coon three II WIIIII3II dollars
per mouth) front supplying the geniis in your
lowa and comity which you ought to soil, you
can do it by sending ten dollars fur a sample co
py containing six of !'raft's Apple Tutor's
(u 50,000 ulreudy sold) and Pratt's Apple hiker,
(a now article,) and one Motown,' printed circu
lars to distribute in your town or county. By
so doing you will find nu trouble in ordering
end selling at a only large profit too, twenty or
oven a hundred dozen machines doting the sea
1'llAT1"S APPLE PARER was patented in
1853. liaving n loose bead or knik carrier so
aimiwed a, 131 r uglily ad j ust ILSI It l 0 the hit.
(1 . 11.111.1 c , of the Ntlrfill. of UppleS, OV 0111131 . frith,
.101 IN IIACEY
Cuffee Itun, September 2,1857.-2 m.
Letters of Administration or the estate of
Wm. Rutter, late of the village of Orbisonia,
dee'd., having been granted to the undersigbed
all persons indebted to said estate are nittired
to make immediate payment. and those having
e:aims agnite,t the tome will present theta du.
ly authenticated for veitlement.
JAS. HARPER, Aduer.
ETTERS Tostomentary 08 t he estate of Ca•
thorine win, lute of tho borough of
Huntingdon, having been granted to
the undersigned, all petNomt ilidehted to said
estate are hereby notified to mike pl.t mem,
nod those having elaitus to present theta tar
W. P. ORBISON, Ex'r.
NEW AND CHEAP
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DAVID (3110V1: informs the citizens of
Huntingdon end vicinity, and the puhlic on.
erally, that he has opened a Otoccry Store on
Hill street, Huntingdon, a lbw doors west of
Wm. (Mason's residence where ho will at all
times be prepared to sueF:lr customers with
ALL KINDS OP GROCERIES,
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST,
at wholesale and retail. Sugars, CoWee, Teas,
Molasses, Cheese, Spives, Confectionaries,
Haw, Salt, Brooms, Buekets, Segars, Tobac
co, &e., &c.; in tact, every article usually kept
in a (irovery
As 1 out determined to sell cheaper than the
cheapest, 1 unlit everybody to call examine
my stuck null prices. HA VID GROVE.
Huntingdon, July 29, '57...11.
Nessra. Brewster & Whittaker
Br request of numerous friends. T respectful•
ly inter myself Its a candidate 14 the Lesisla•
turn. LEVI EVANS.
Cutshuont, August 13th, 1it31..
Change Of Time
On and after liurstlay, September 3d, P4B*
/tenger Trains on the 1.1.4 11. T. It. It. will
Leave Huntingdon ut 8 A. Wand 4 P. M.
Arrive at " 2.30 P. M. & 8.10 "
gar 1 11 effects of Mercury or lons of appetite
and strength. disturbed sleep, night sweats,
cough told other symptoms indicative of debili
ty. For these symptoms or any cutaneous die
ease, proof of au impure state of
hurley's Sarsaparilla is a sovereign remedy.—
BY virtue of directions in the last will of Re
p bert Allison, late of the borough of Hun,
t,ogdon, deceased, the undersigned as Ado*
with the will annexed, will sell at public sale
the following described real estate, as follows,
00 . Saturday, the 10th of October, 1857,
at the Diamond in said borough, Two and a
ball' lots of ground in the borough of Hunting•
don, fronting on the northern side of Hill at.
and extending to Waahington street, haying
rt.thereon a two story brick dwelling, AA
triune office, carriage house, stable,AWlL
&c., being numbered in the plan of said
tuwn, 100, 101, and western half of 99, and
each subject to the one dollar ground rent.—
Two other lots in said borough at the corner of
Washington and Smith non, extending from
Washington to Mifflin St., being Nos. 136 and
137 in said plan, enclosed by a fence, one her
sing a stable, and the other a blacksmith's
shop thereon, on which the ground rent is re•
Two other adjoining lots in said borough, as
the corner of Mifflin and Franklin ate, each
fronting 60 fret on Mifflin, and extending to
Church at., being bhus. 208 and 209 in said
plan, enclosed, and auhjeet to said ground mull.
A tract of land situate in Henderson tp., Huto
timid. county, adjoining lands of John Ho.
Cuban's heirs, of Dr. William Swoops, of Mrs.
emus, of Jacob Fockler, of George Parlor and
laud of others, containing
more. or lees, of which about 120 acres am
cleared, with a dwelling house, frame bank
barn, orchards and other improvements there•
on, pow in tenure of Andrew Decker.
Un Kitlay, the 25th dot/ of Seattember, 1857,
at Alton., Blair County, a tract of patented
land, situate in Alai:hen) tnvinship, in said
county, adjoining land of Glass, Allen
McCartney, Elias Baker .and otbera, venially
more or less, of which about 70 acree are
cleared, with a house and burn thereon. lying
2} miles from Altoona and now occupied by
Anthony Swims, an tenant. •
On Maeda!, the 24th of September, 1857,
at Ebensburg, in Cats bria county, a half lot of
ground in the borough of Ebensburg, situate
on the south side of High id., it being the nor•
thorn half of lot No. 139 in the plan of void
borough, having thereon a two•story train•
dieelling and other improvements, now occupied
by :Mrs. E. Hutchison.
Ireqheedv, the 23d of September,,lBs7 t
Lt Chen Spring I. 0. in Cambria county, a
1,,,et of land s'Annte in A llegheny and Clearfield
tonaships. in said county, adjoining lands of
Thou,. Adams, Joseph Adams, Michael Fitz•
gibbous, James McMullin and others, coutaiaus
more or less. of which 30 acres are cleared,
with a small log house and barn thereon, now
occupied by Williion !tic:Kinzie, and within
about ono stile of Cheat Spring, port of a tract
enreepql is the MI 111 e of Williatu,Liodge an d
TEJL'dS OP SALE
One•faurth of the purclinYe money to be pnid
on the lat of Julitittry, 1858, to the uuriersiglieJ
nt Iltintingthitu'when and where he will deliver
a deed, upon the ptiveltattera payitig us.ufare•
mid giving their judcnieut builds and
mortgages Al reeure the billunce of the your
rine on the Lit April, 1869, one la April,
181;0, ntid ti.e iitlicr on hit April, 1861 ; the
liola, o ne to loot ii.torest t't out hit A 1.1
yotirly, The purchasers to
pinisr,itin as 111,1401,14 nu lot Jutitatry, 1868,
itubj..: I to the tights of tenonts nut! to
tied to the rent duo a'ter that 111:w.
.4cinteki4 elor dc tv.•+id
ai pt.2,'57 -4
FARYi FOR SALik;
TUE ,uldtcrilit, I,in, desirous of Fenlying tar
j the we, t, .dreia hie feral situated in Wet,t.
IN on the 1 , 4,1 leading front Petet,liiirg to Ilc•
Alasey's Fort, 1.,r aule. Ilia Fenn adjoin,. lau.l
of William A rin.ttrung, Thomas If. SttWatt,acd
others, coutuining gamut
About 170 ems cleared, and in a good atm,
or cultivation. The balance ie well timber...J.
r,, The improve:newts are a
-- i - a': Log Howe, and a small* 4 . :
It ?) it .. ' •
,S.,...ijirn ~ .,11 by d 5 feet. a1=t,.a.,,,..
is ui.o oil idle premises a young or.
Ann], and water is piped to the door.from a
never o f wider. This plantation
is highly productive, being good limestone
land. It is iituated eidhiu 2 miles of Peters
burg where the railroad and canal pusses thro'.
Thc suliscriber is anxious to sell at private sale
—nod if not sold will sell it at public sale,
Ilse premises, on Saturday, the 17th day of Os
Tertns mode easy to .it purchtwer.
A ug.26,'57.• la.
F R-SA I, 117, ,
hi Porter :1:p „Ituntin gdon Co., Pa,
The subscriber will one; at Public Sale, on
the premises, on Tuesday the 20th of October,
1807, the tarn, on which he now resider, cot•
265 Acres and 139 Perches.
ailh allowance. 180 acres of which is cleared
acd in a natal state of cultivation, the balance
is well timbered.
The itll !worriment s area huge frame
ill' house and new bunk barn, with allII
the necessary out buildings. It is very,
well watered, and is a very desirable location;
three miles south west of Alexandria, in what
is called the Loop. For further partieylara
enquire of the owner on the premises.
[Estate of William Buchanan, dec'd.]
The undersigned Auditor, appinted by as
Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, to die
tribute the balance in the hands of Samuel•T.
Brown, Esq., Administrator de bonis con of
William Buchanan, late of Brady township,
deceased, amongst those legally entitled thereto
hereby gives notice to all persons interested,
that he will utteud for the purpose of making
said distribution, on Thursday the Bth of 00.
tuber next, at one o'clock P. B. at his office
in the borough of Huntingdon, when and
where all persons having claims are required
to present the same to the undersigned Atdi•
tur, or else be dubarred trots coming in upon
said fund. THEO. H. CREMER,
Huntingdon, Sept. 2,1857.-4 t. Auditor.
The undersigned otters himself to the mechan
ics and working men of Huntingdon County,
so sll independent candidate for Assembly.
Morris tp., Sept. 2, '57. JACOII
A splendid emortroent of Stone Crocks for
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