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LIST OF PE
To ho awarded by thi
held in Huntingdoo, on
e Huntingdon County
it the next Fair to be
the 14th, Milani 16th,
of October next.
2d heat do., $2 00
Beat match h's, 6 00
2d beat do., 400
Best trotting h's, 3 00
2d best, do., 200
Best family horse 3 00
2d best do., 200
Best mule, 4 00
Best pair do., 600
2d best du., 3 00
Beat Stallion, $7 00
2d best, 4 00
gd beat, 3 00.
Beat 2 or 3 yr colt 5 00
Best under 1 yr., 2 00
Best brood mare, 5 00-
2d best do., 2 50
Pair draft horses, 6 00
2d best do., 3 00
Best riding horse 4 00
Judges—Dr. J. S. Griffith, Huntingdon; J.
Morrow, Franklin tp.; Alex. Oaks, Barree ;
(ten. J. C. Watson, Brady; Peter Stryker,
NEAT STOCK :
Best work oten, 6 00 Best cow, 400
2d best do., 400 2d best do., 300
3cl best do., 300 Best 3 y'r heifer, 300
Beat bull, u 002 d best do., 2 00
2d beat do., 300 I Best calf, 2 00
&ht. Tussey, Morris ; Peter Livingston,
Barree; Alex. Port Huntingdon; David Eu.
pert, Henderson ; G. W. Speer, Shirley.
Rest boar, 6 00 2d best sow, 3 00
tid best do., li 00 Bug litter of pigs 3 00
bd best do., 2 00 Best Ches. White 3 00
nest sow, 400 Best Berkshire, 200
duo. Colder, Porter; Richard Chilcote, Un.
ion ; Dent Teague, Cromwell t Isaac Long,
Walker ; H. L. 'McCarthy, Brady.
Bent fine.w. b'k , 3 00 Best f:svool ewe, 6 00
3d best do., 300 2d bent do., 300
Bent Sonticdown 5 00 Best long wool do. 600
2d best do., 300 I
Bent Souticdown, 6 00
Best long.wooled 600 2 Best lambs, 2Ou
3d best ditto, - 300 I •
;,. W. Hutchison, Warriorsmark ; Isaac Peigh.
tal, Penn ; John Shaver, Shirley ; Jas. Oliver,
Prauklin ; Daniel Goodman, Huntingdon.
4 00 I 3d best,
13 00 I 4th best,
• John Garner, Penn ; J. S. belt, Franklin ;
dag. Galbraith, Shirley; R, 13. Miller, West;
Inge Merlin. I'orter.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEDIENTS :
Best subsoil plw, 3 00 Best Wheat drill. 3 00
Best harrow, 200 Best Corn planter 3OU
Best cultivator, 3 00 Beet II orse•rake, 2 00
Best INlSide, 3 00Reaper a Nina er, 6 00
Beet Windmill I 3
00 . .-- ..
S. 11. Bell. Shirley; 'Jacob ITurricame, Pon
ter ; IL llatniltun, Wurriorstnurk ; John Lyon,
fracklin ; 13. X. Bluir.
Beat white whet., 3 00 2 , 1 best
2d beat do., 200 Beat white corn, 100
ad beat do., 100 "di best do., 50
Best red wheat, 3 00 Best Rye,
1 1 00
2d heat du, 200 2d beet du., 50
srl best do., 1 00 Best Onto, 1 00
Beet yellow corn, 1 002 d best do., 60
2 , 1 beet do., 50 I Best buckwheat, 1 00
Beet barley, 1 00 I 2d beat do., 60
Beet sugar car.e, 1 00 I
Cromwell; John Neff,
,Veen ; XL Thom pun!
nzdon; T. T. Cromwell,
West 'rhos. F. Stewart,
21 bost do., 30
Beat hard soap, 1 00
2tl best do., 50
candles, 1 00
21 best, do., 50
Hest eartn•t, 2 00
2,1 I 00
Belbt beurth r 11,6 I 00
211 best do., 50
Beet flannel, 2 00
j.l Leal do., 1 110
i quilt. 2 Ott
,11,st • 1 00
ii.'. ' ) 0-,01 seek, 50
.....e•st ell do., 50
2eit bread, 2 00
i b do., 200
Yd b dm 100
Beat poutuicake, 1 00
dd bst do., 50
Veit spoucc do., 1 00
2d b..4t, do., 50
Best butter, 0 00
2,1 b e at do., 00
24 bot do., 1 00
11, 00 d , totes. suer 2 00
2d hest, do., 100
2il Lest do., 20
Best apple butter 1 00
211 best do.,
Beat tom. ketchup 1 011
Best honey, 1 00
Best jelley, 1 00
2d best do., 50
Best preserves, 1 00
2d best do., 60
Best pickles, 100
Best bbl. flour, 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
Buckwheat meal, 1 00
die well:, 1 OU
2,1 kit din., 00
Butt Bilk einliru'y 1 00
Best .hell vrorlc, 1 00
2d hest du 00
Corwilleal,soll, 31 OU
Suit hunte•upun, 00
Skirt ; 1.00
A.ll7.l3;:tiiet, Huntingdon ' • Miss Prudence
Jackson Huntingdon ; Mrs. U. Gamma!, Alex.
andria ; Mrs. J. 8. !sett, Franklin ; Mrs. Hays
3d. ,Fearing Apparel:
John Porter, Alexandria; Jacob Snyder.
Huntingdon; H. A. Bathurst, Franklin; Miss
Melissa Groan, Clay ; Miss Mary Drayton, Hun.
3d. Fancy, Needle and Ornamental Work :
Mrs. Henry NWT, Alexandria; Miss Julia
Miles, Huntingdon; Miss Mary Ann Africa,
Huntingdon ; Miss Jane Galbraith, Shirleys•
burg ; Mrs. Ann Massey, Huntingdon.
MECHANICAL IMPLEMENTS .k MANI/.
do. lot cab. ware, 1 00
Best and largest
var. tinware, 1 00
Beat 2 hor. car'ge 2 00
Bent buggy, 1 00
do. nett sin. bar., 1 00
do. earthen stone 1 00
do. washing 'mac. ' 50
Best meat vessel, 1 00
Best churn, 1 CO
do. do. farm. do., 1 00
do. bridle I cad. 1 00
do. pair boots, 1 00
do. pair oboes, 50
_ _ _
Best horse shoes, 50
Bess toarblework 2 00
Bost cook stove, 1 00
cutthig COX, 2 00
do. Side sole lea., 1 00
do. kip & calfskin 1 00
do. her. & upper, 1 00
do. 2 bores w'g, 2 00
I do. sp-de7 20
do. hoe, 50
do. horse hay, 200
do. cook stove.. 2 00
2d. best do., 1 00
do panel door, 200
do. rifle, 2 00
Porter ; (leo. Jackson,
tn, Cromwell; Dr. J. A.
sn Myton, West.
F, .1 . !. mei. • cratr 2 00
do. , oust, • 50
do. Lay fork. 50
do. manure do., 50
do. parlor do., 2 00 I
do horse power, 5 00
do. window Nash, 2 00
Gen. S. Miles Green,
Jackson; R. 13. Wigto
Shade, Shade Gap ; Joh
2d best do., I 00
Best quinces, 100
Best and greatest
variety grapes, 2 00
Best native du., 2 00
.2d best do., 1 00
Best doz..peaeb, 1 00
2d best d0.,50
Best duz. pums, 1 00
2d best du., 50
Best and greatest
variety apples, 3 00
2d best do., 2 00
Best doz. fall do. 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
Best doz. winter, 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
Best wint'r pears 2 00
2d best do., 1 00
Best fol. dn., 2.00
R. B. Petriken, Huntingdon; larr;el GraftitTs,
Alexandria; Mrs. Jno. Scott, Huntingdon;
Mrs. W. 1). Shaw, Alexandria ; him T. H.
do. beets, 60
do. parsnips, 50
du. carrots, 50
do. turnips, 50
do. onions, 50
do. celery, 50
do. cabbage, 50
2d best do., 25
Best pumpkins, 50
Beat pie pump. 50
do. squashes, 50
do. water inolon, 50
do. musk melon, 50
Best potatoes, 2 00
3d best do., 1 00
3d best do., 60
Best Dlenhannoe, 1 00
Best Mettiettn, 1 00
Best Pink Eye, 75
Best white pota., 75
Bent red do., 00
Bent blue, do, 50
Bent sweet do., 1 00
Best tomatoes, 1 00
2d best do„ 75
3d best do., 60
Best Purple Eggs 60
WiAd PoPPbri. 510
Andrew Allison, Henderson ; Thos. E. Orbi•
son, Cromwell ; Jacob Creswell, Ted ; K, L.
Green, Clay; David Etnire, Cromwell.
Best display How• do, var. dahlias, 1 00
era in bloom, 2 00 2d best do., 60
2d best do., 1 00 Best boquet, 50
Best din. plants, 2 00
T. H. Cromer. Huntingdon; IL W. Millsr,
Runtingdon ; Muss Anna Porter. Alexandria;
Miss Susan Neff, Porter; Miss Elizabeth Mc•
Best pr. turkeys, 1 00 2d best do., 60
2d best do., 50 Best pr. chickens, 1 00
Best pr. geese, 1 00 2d best do., 50
2d best do., 501 Best die. poultry, 2 00
Best pr. ()Mucks, 1 00 I 2d best. do., 1 00
H. F. Haslett, Morris; Henry Brewster, Shir•
ley; John Porter, Alexandria; John Port,
tingdon ; Jas. Henderson, eassville.
Best blanks, 100 Best card•priut'g 100
do, handbills, 100
Best in oil, 2 00 2d, best do., 60
2d best do., 1 00 Best in w. colors, 1 00
do. oil lithogra 1 00 2d best do., 50
2d best do., 50 do. in oil on glass, 1 00
do. in crayon, 100 2d best do., 50
Rev. 0. 0. McLean, Huntingdon; MiszMan
tha Wilson, Alexandria • Miss Elizabeth In
gram, Franklin; Mrs. Itavid Blair, Hunting
don; Miss Ellen Gregg, Huntingdon; Miss Lu
cretia Hildebrand, Huntingdon ; Miss•Hatinah
Discretionary Committee : —Samuel Wigton,
Franklin ; John Beaver, Hopewell ; Geo. Jack
son. Huntingdon •Thomas Whittaker, Porter;
So/iciti4/ Committee:—John Scott. Esq.
A. W. Benedict, Esq., Graftius Miller, Esq.
At the solicitation of my friends, I hereby
offer myself as uo candidate for the office or
Porter township, August 14, 1857.
.I.:llede of lion Hubert Allison, dec'd.
Letters of Administration, with the will an.
vexed, on the estate of Robert Allison, late of
the borough of Huntingdon, &c . d., having
been granted to the undersigned, he hereby
notifies all persons indebted to solid estate to
make immediate payment, and ,hoar having
claims will present the Name dilly authenticated
for settlement. JAS. (I A•hu'r.,
de bonus non. with trill annexed.
Huntingdon August 19th 1857.
aarswo A MONTH..gig
A number of gentlemen wattled to cant•ate
trio or three cou•aties each in an ateencv that
insures those properly qualified the highest
compensation. They should he of mature ttie,
intelligent, talented and industrious; and they
will make twice aa much as it, teaching, clerk.
ing, or tiny other business. Address, (stamp
enclosed,) C. A 4LEN, Harrisburg, Pa., or in•
quire at the Adam's Express office.
Agent for the purchase, and Rale of Real Pt
tale Farms and Ci.'y Properly hough!, sold and
exchanged. Al 111011P) . invested and procurrd
ou mortgagn. Those laving Farina or Land
Air Side a ill do cell to rail or send description.
N... 63. 1),,,k 01,et.. Philadelphia.
July 15Pit, 1857.-3 to.
Tite litev, C. S. IitIINETT, while
boring as a inission.try in Southern Asia, dis
e.wered a simplo and certain Cure for Constimps
non, A tlittitt, Bronchitis. Coughs, Colds. Ner
vous Deldlity, and all intimrities of the blood ;
also, an ea,.y and etfectual tootle of inhaling the
Remedy. Actuated hy it desire In hewitt his
vallering fellow 3, he will cheerfully send the re
cipe (free) to such as desire it, with full end ex
plicit directions in preparing and successfully
using the Medicine. Address
C. S. BURNETT,
£3l Broutlway, N.Y. City.
throat mai lungs, riy'ateilieat Inhalation, lately
American Safely-Paper Alanufaclur g used in the. M '
Moulton Hospital L ondon.
great point in the treatment of all It mien malt,
Company of New York. dios is w get at the di. se in the direct milli
ner. All medicines are estimated by their ac
Capital, $ 500 , 000 . • tion n ; ou the tpee itamii tag teller. 1 Itii• is
A. NICHOLAS, President, Office, 70 Wall St. the important tart urn which Inhalation is has
A l'erfect &corky against oil wanner 01 Fraud rr I s ed. 'lf the stomach is diseased we take
c on , de v e ith ig no p op ,. T o p roo „,, ph o o,_ medicine dircetly into the stomach. lithe lungs
grap h s and A oo d o ti o Erasures, are diseased, linguini or inhale medicated en
-Trani/era or Alterations. porn directly into thu lungs. Medicines ore the
Having purchased the Potent for the exrlu- antidotes to disease and sheathd he implied to
sive right to manuliteture and sell tho new Che- the very scat of disease. Inhalation is the ap-
Iniral Paper in America. invented and patented pnc.tio. of principle to the trelitment of
in England by IlaNny Gt.rnn, a celebrated the longs, for it elves us direct arrest to those
chemist mid officer in the British Army. It is ' intricate oir cells and tithes which lie out of
hardly nociwor y t o co y t h a t th e Pa p er i s o ._ reach of every other torsos of ailitimitite..ing
commen d e d by m e . K ent , A ssayer or the U S . medicines. 'l'llo reagne that Colcuniption. and
Mint, Me. EVliinn of the New York flooring other diseases of the loess, have licretothre re
H ouse en d M ea d e B rot h er , extens i ve an d stilted nil trtatineist has been benne., thew ln t
photographers, 233 Brandt,.), N. Y never been approached in a direct tii.odier
The latter say that no imitation ca. h e made „ n , medivine. They were 'mended to get eli
a check or bank note printed on the Solely Pa I longs moi tk•
per. Below is our list of prices: 1 Their 114 . i.1111 se:es lerde. t. be local, ti..; • •
Bunk Cheeks-35 eta per lb. ! they welt; that ti
13ank Bills—Sid for 1000 Millet, 001 ti:r.a,ontilly, excel:ding
Bills of Exchange—s2s for 1000 sheets. I l't.i..l"d "'to's ulna , toe
l'iomissory Notes-40 eta per Ih. wilikt the hail nivel, unl iu tl e ; an-
Sight and 'rime I)rafts—s2s tor 1000 sheets. Ito l' , ted• lohnintodt loMes the tov`ordie nn
Insurance Policies-40 cts per lb, tier., contact with the dinnose, w lit ill the
Railroad Stocks & Bonds-40 cents per lb. th.a.lvalltalte of any %inlet. n 0...
Brink and State St,icks-40 cts per lb. cation is simple, that it can he impish cd h, the
Bfililh , and Alortenges-40 cis per lb. youngest infant or leehle,d invaltd. It tic, ted
Wills 11.1111 Deeds-40 et, per lb. ilvt mew, AOlll.ll. in in icricre in the le‘e, de•4
For wrapping Silks and other lino article. it .'.. with 11.0 .4.'0.04 mentor., al
is excellent, as it prevents moths. 40 cis per Inc Ont...
pound. a nano DIShASEB THEATI , I,—In relation
For Indentures and Agreements. 40 eevts a lb. to the tinlowing 1 11 0 1. es, either olio, comp!'
All State and County Records should always can., wit I. lung atlevtions exiting wane. I oho
he printed or written on thin wiper, et; the d in _ • illy.: ronsultatium t usually tied then.
micnls inserted in the pulp Pot only prevent I 1 , nrsidnn
erasure or transfer, hot Disko i t hodind an t i me. I'iumpstoi mill till other forms of Female coin.
For s . thero „„,,,,„ it in ex„ mid,,,„l. 1 11:11111,.. Irregularities nod Weakness.
much superior to soy other ;as the omistite.s of Palpitation and all other loins of Hear
the e h.. to does notd ro tooy
it,—the prucert i us I)inease. Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, and ill
inserted in the pulp being a preventive. In all ( . I °' dime... of Suoonch nod huwel. , 4 e.
southern States, Cu,'.,., the West Indies sod the All diseases of the eye and ear. Nu uralgii
Control American States, no public r e cords eon EPilePsY nod till forms 01 nervous dihetibe.-
be kept over 20 years, written on the culinary I No charge tor caosnitntioth
paper, while the oils and oil cr chemical , insert- _ S. 1). lIARDIVIAN. M. D.
el in this Paper makes it indestructible by the
ravages of time. It is all nrouf ugainst moths,
rats and other vermin, which least on and du.
stray nil other paper now in use.
The Company hove now in operation Mills
in Morris County, N. J , of ah..ut WO horse
power. and are ahie to fill all orders for raper
;it the slimiest ounce
All orders for the Paper must he addressed
to ". NICHOLAS, President ui the Cumpauy
No. 70 Wall Street.
%V3l. Buinverert, Agent, Huntingdon
SALE OF SAXTON'S STORE.
The store of J. & 55. haston is sow upeo for
sale, by wholesale and retail of the enure im
mense stock of goods at grcatly redeems prices.
Dealers and all others who have the cash
can be accommodated at auction prices. Terms
Ifiar 100 Sacks Ground Alum Salt and 50
tons Plaster to be disposed of.
SCUTT & BROWN.
Att'ys fur Creditors.
nreed Beef, Hama, Shoulders and Flitch, for
eale at the cheap Grocery Sture of
LOVE k )(TIMM?.
A CARD TO TILE LADIES:
DR. DUPONCO% GOLDEN PILLS
ARE infallible in removing stoppaged or irret
Wadies of the menses.
-- These Pills are nothing new, but have been
used by the doctors for many years, both in
France and America, with unparallelled success;
and hr is urged by many thousand ladies, who
have used them, to make the Pills public, for
the alleviation of those suffering from any irre
gularities of is hatever nature, as well as to pre
vent pregnancy to those ladies whose health
will not permit an increase of fatuity.
Pregnant females or those supposing them•
solves so, are cautioned against these Pills
while pregnant, as the proprietor assumes no
responsibility Mier the above admonition, al
though their mildness would prevent nay
chief to health; otherwise these Pills are reeom
mended. Full and explicit directions aceom
patty each ltt. Price, $1 per box.
Sold wholesale and retail by
JOHN READ. General Agent
fist 'iambics]. CO.. Pa.
I have appointed lir. John Read Sole agent
for the sale of my French Periodical Golden
Pills, for the borough and county of Hunting
don. All orders must be addressed to him.
He will supply dealers at the proprietor's pri•
ces, and send the Pills to ladies (cosOrlentially)
I by return mail, to any part of the UtomdStates,
on reeeipt $l, enclosed to time through the
Huntingdon post ofliee. For further !myth u
lora get a circular of the Agents—sold by droy.
Set My signature is written nu end, Ina
Broadway I'. 0., New Toth.
',EARLE FARM & MILL PROFERI
Near Williawsputt, Ili.
i nui( 7 ,„ r portlierthe
sale all shut valuable propert . , dPiated on the
south side of the Smapieloinna River, 6 miles
from Williainsport, and 3 miles Irmo the hue of
the Sanitary & Erie Railroad. fl'
vania, Cloud passes on the opposite
liver. This tract contains tithi &ter, with ti
per cent. allowance. 200 acres are clear. tl,
and in a good mute of cultivation. There is a
large allitiert or valuable Timber on the pre.
Mist a good stress of water, and a good
di. The Mill is new, bring built WA.
The other improvemetits consist of 5 good
Dwelling Houses, with out buildings thereto.
Two large Barns, one of which is first class,
wit h a large shed attached.
The above property will be offered at Public
Sale at. the Court House, in Williamsport, on
Wednesday, the 15th of August, next at 1
o'clock, P. M.
A portion of the purchase money in Cash,
the balance made easy, with intermit, and up•
Terms made known no day aside.
Further particulars eau be obtained by ad
WILLIAM B. HULING,
Surviving partner of tho firm of
J. H. it W. 11. ovum,
Williamsport, Pa., July 8, '37..3m.
Dr. liaidinao, Aualyticai Physician.
Physie!t!n for 1?il-rayes ut the Lung'. Throat
find Heart—Formerly Physivian to the
CINCINNATI MARINE ilotil'lTAL, also
to INVALIDS RETIINAT,,
Author of ••Leacts to Invalids," IS 601IING.
See Mil owing Dan!
Dr. tiarchuan, ie fur disease of the
Lungs. (formerly Physician to Cincinnati Illas
doe llospital.) will ho in attenda n ce at his
as roam, :
JitekSOlt'S !Iota!, Saturday, 0.1. 10
w t. National llotel, " 12
11 Min, l'atterstin Douse, 44 13
Ila• 14 & 16
I elli la 'nurg, 9
A too a, 41
jl,lllnStOWn; II 7
Indiana, " 6
Oreenalturu, " o
Dr. Hardman treats Consumption, Bronchi-
tir o Lurrytiltittis of the
AT LOVE & HIVITTS.
A NIEM AIU ELIEGANT STOCK OF
6I CONFECTION A HIEN AND
PROVISIONS, just received sod for sale et the
wholesale...l retail Grocery & Provision Store
of Love & McDivitt. Con.isting or
SALT, BACON, FLOUR, COFFEE,
SUGAR, TEAS, MOLASSES, SEG:VHS,
& TOBACCO, of the hest quality awl every
grails. 011.5, CANDLES, FLUD, CAM
PIIE:NE . Nuts, Figs, Ituisius, Dates, Tama
rinds, Rice, Saw , Tapioca, Cake, Crackers,
Cheese. Maccuroui, Pickles of all kuuls, sar
dines, Candies anti Conlectionaries. All of
which will lie tlieposed of die num reason
alite terms, for canli ur country townie°.
Purchasers wilt Hail it to their interest to call
and examine our 'meek nature purchasing else
where, as we ate prepared to sell everything in
our line ur huainess A LlrfLE LON% Mich.
any other estublislinisnt 0 the kind iu this lo
May 18, 1857. LOVE & McDIVITT.
tut sale at the Elardwate Store of
JAMES A. BROWN k
Discovered at Last!
Grey test Cure in the World l'or Pain
rust. Chas. DeGrath , s
ET. I, o L.
r ,i i s le il c i a s ro th, t o li t h ly eu s i t :i r n e,
i r i e fi t i n e r ti r T fi i ie t s h s e r u l
Neuralgia, Lumbago. Sciatica, Spinal and
Bronchial complaints, 'lie Doloreux, fleaduche,
Cramps, Croup, Piles, Felons. Sprains and
Bruises, Cuts sod Wounds, Swelled Wands.
Still' Joints, Scrofula. Elysipelas. Sore Nipples,
Swelled Breast, Womb Disorders, Salt Rllllllll,
Cooker in the Mouth and Stoimieli. Pidpita•
that, Eruptions, Caked Ilreusi, Quinsy. Sore
Thrust, Palsy, Pleurisy. Ulcers. Leek Jaw,
Heartburn, Tooth and to Itrlte„ Nervousness,
A bseess, Stiff Necks, Broken Breast. Chi Iblatins,
Totter, Shingles, Frosied Fie, ' Fever and
Ague, Chapped Hands or tiny Diseases that
are sore and painful, is the, only article ever
brought before the public that will do its work
perfectly in from three to twenty minutes— has
been used by thousaotit and pronounced to be
the best remedy ever 'discovered.
This Oil acts on the system with electricity
—is of pure vegetable preparation. Not the
slightest danger of applying it inwardly or out.
wardly. It at once gives it permanent cure—
in most eases from ten to twenty minutes.
The bent, physi , ,h)rigts of Europe
cf,v.•reli that nil or,thic d
noiionl systrqrl t.- rho 1.1 - i••rr •if ••:••••i •• •:
lir • rh.str• • t • r•r..• • ::-• •
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l'rit N,.. S. 1,1!:
threm chows 1,v1;,4• Clp•stmit.
P.m! 25 coos. 50 et.ittA per botoe.
Try ever)thiug else, Li. one .Inapic
111 r.,r h.-1 apt 1)f,
Grath's E:ectrif, 0;1, us onitat;ow,
iusre ate nunieruus spru..g up tit.
tho repuuttiou flint 1.1.• W11111117(1.
1,11 , 11. 111,t 11,01.0, i‘urtille,
For sat,. bv Joh. R. ilofitiugduu.
IS ER r.ITENT
In [ll2 4 g.salfsr_l2lll-RilDlre
SA 11 , `,A
WITH rr..,'.i... .4i:::.. I . oli 1►:;R
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PATENT ! '::;:01.;:i • ',i. . LOCKS.
FARRELS & HERRING, Makers.
34 WALNUT Sr., DELOw SECOND, PIIMADA.
IMIE GREAT INTEREST MANIFESTED
by the imhlic to procure more certain sect,
rite from tire tar valuate papers, such am-Bonds.
Mortrgrs, Awls, Notes mid Books cti Aeroatas,
than the ordinary Sarrs heretofore in use affor
ded, induced the Patentees to denote a large por
ed' their time for the Imt fourteen years, in ma
king discoveries and improvements for this ob
ject, the resod of whicicia the unrivalled
Herring's Parent Weillirs Fair Premium
Fire Proof Safes,
Universally ateknowledged as the c unmet,.
BAFE OF rim would). Having been twardra
Medals at both the Worlds Fair, London, 1851,
and illrpital l'ainee, N. Y., 1853, as superior 1'
all others. it is new Illidoithteiliy entitled to tit
appellation, and secured oiih hall's Patent
Powder-Proof Locks—a Well were Also awarded
separate Medals, (as elsive)—furnis the most
poi leer Fire & Burglar Proul Sates ever ,)et ot ,
fereil to the
Semi, 30 ' d 'Herring's :Wes' have been tested
during the pn.t 14 Nears, owl ttmre than 1110100
Intve heen .0111 Mill Ili, a ,% in :1.11111.1N •
Also on Mold or maimnimured Io order, all
kinds et Boil, and Chilled Ir o n li.k
amid Vault., Money l'hr-t• for
Brokers, I.uleoads. nrivon:
for Plate, Diamonds, and other vale kilns.
Ma., 20;57 .
'IIIE TRI:111 ITIMUT K ANgAR.
Large I unto. 348 pages. With it romplete.ll,l
- the Territory, until June. 1857. Em
bracing Inn auction* of its discover,, grog.
rgpliv,,oil, chianti,, products, its organization
us a Tiaritoo, 111111 evrtts under
Governors Weiler and Sh annou, politica. dis
sensions, personal eneounters,eleetion baud',
battles and outrages, with portraits of promi
nent actors therein, all fully authenticated,
by 1111 IN 11. (.11110N, 51. 1)., Privatu riee'y
to Gov. Geary.
Cat from the oflicini
on ale in the I,ri.nriniefit of ',roe at ;.•1
t• •Il hi.r papers in the pn , te,stott •.. t:•••
a; • .1, ..• , ...vomit ti • . 1 . 1,4 , Ito •
, i .~ i
tit' I'lll. • . tr•...
etl,l) I i tr... and
11. 11 " It mor,,s. 'winters.
••• 1 .% •,•1 I. lir ill.) palr 01 lilt . Ulilitd
',la L., i I gol 1..,11 1 ,,e, 1111 eCirlirt
1111 i 4.; • trade.
hitt' m l'iv:ll4 Si
C. 1111:s. I,ll.ti.Lm•
adwiuis r. tors Aolice.
NOtiee la 1 . i•1. 1.1•11. rs ..d
um. B. Atilt,
11111.1 to the all persons intlebt
rd Iu ben] estate, are requested to Rinkr imme
dime pal moat, eel thin.e buying claims agailora
the acute will prt,ent than duly authentinuted
her oeulement, to A. D. S LUT, Adm.
IL.l'll..AirltCA`J f ,
AmT0...1111,1( Ale LAW,
Will attend to all professional business entrusted
to lii.. care in the several Courts of Huntingdm,
moody. Deeds, Leases and Articles of Agree
ment, written at the slturtest notice and on the
most reaeoon'le terms.
81tirleyaburg, April 22, 1857.
alamcm 11131611,M1 0
• MIUNIZIN iDON, PA.
June 13, 1857.
DR. J R. HUYETT,
ALEXANDRIA, 1111) \T. CO., PA.
April 1, 1857.-Iy.
This celebrated medicine is for sale at the
Journal Office. For all inflummatory di.cascs
it is a certain cure. Get a box and try it, ye
---- BARGAINS!BARGAINS !I
The subscribers have again returned front
the East with an enlarged stock of
HARDWARE. CUTLERY, PAINTS, &c.,
which they will sell at such price, an shall make
it the interest, of Housekeepers. Builder+, >L.•
Omni., and the rent of mankind," 1., cive.
them a call. Our stock compreies Build n_
material, such as Locks, H inges. Screw,
Mills, Gluts or all ,izaa. Putty, Oils, Varai6hus,
II hitt, Lead awl %in, Paiata.
Al EC lIAN ICS"POOLS.
Planes. 11111.1saWS, Mill ft Crosscut Sawa.
Chisels,Mann's Axes. Hatchets , Spirit Levels,
3. tucks and Dies, Monkey Wrench.,
with an endless variety of modern inventions
Saddlers and Coach. Makers ore invited to
call and examine our extensive stock of Har
ness Mountings and Coach Trimmings, Patent
and Common Haines, 30 varieties, Oinking,
Hog Skins, Patent Leather, Enamelled Lea
ther, Oil Cloth for Carriages, Coach Laces and
Linings Hubs, Spokes, Fel loes, Shaft 5, Springs,
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY,
Knives and Forks from :171 vents to ti per
net. Silver forks, Silver and commas spoons,
Ist , ltes' Fruit knives, Farriers' knives, razors,
11 , 11.1,01V.W ARE
Timiod l'iltiti Tea•ket•
it • rtipl Li.tking• Sienk
• itt 111.inutueut•
. L.% N Effi:S.
../ ,1,111.1 Batt:,
•.. Port llellA of
• ! . I; ,• mid Retokers. Paint
%%all tiro:flies. Traces and Chains of
vet... , hinds, Chain Pumps and Metallic
Pinola for citerns, Picks. Sledges, kc., &a.
attellaying purchased many of our goods at
wholesale prices from manufacturers, we are
enabled to tell both wholesale and retail—ex
tootle!), low. A liberal shore ut public patron.
tri . frAll orders from brood Immo atten
ded to. JAS. d . BRO\VN A Co.
THE undersigned owners of the Huntingdon
Mill, inform ferment and the public general
ly, that they now have their new mill in running
order. with all the modern improvements in the
water whkels and machinery.
They have pet in five of the Leproved .Ton•
val Turbine Water Wheels, and yen grind in
all stages of the water, atm during the coldest
weather, any and all kinds of grate.
They are prepared to sell, and have on heed
for sale at all times, at market rates, all kind of
FLOUR, FEED AND STUFFS
and Wirers can hare their own grain ground,
and take it back in a return load, or they can
be furnished in exchange at a nunnent's notice
an equal quantity of Flour and Bran or chop
THE SMUT MACUINE
is of an improved manufacture; and they will
insure a FULL TURN OUT of superior quail
ty to every bushel of grail& left at their mill.•
FISHER & AIcSIUBT/tIE.
N. B.—The Buckwheat stones are list quite
Huntingdon, December 10, 1850.
NATIONAL SAFETA TIIUST COMPANY,
Walnut Street., South- West corner nird,
Pll I LA D ELPII I A.
Incorperalcil by the Sate of Penn
Nlones is received in tin% stint large Sr •Toall
iodititereQt paid frujg the day of de,,,,t to
the day of
'No Mike is linen every day, front 9 ,i'elork
in the morning till 7 ii'elock in the evening, and
oit Nlonday iind Thiirsila evenings. till 9 o'clock
INtEIiF., , T FIVE PER CENT.
All su m,. lane or utnll, 111 . 12 I,nicl b.li in gohl
un Joinand without notice. to any Iman.
lion HENRY L BENNER., Preident,
RtillEIIT nEI.I , IiIIME, Vice l'resident,
J I eci,. seeret,l7.
Henry I. Benner, t.. Landreth Afirang,
Edward L. ratter, F. Carroll Brewster,
Hobert Seßridge. Joseph B. Burry,
Samuel It. Attune, lien. L. Chtlrellinall
James 14. Smith. Francis Leo.
'fl is company counties its business entirely to
the revel , lug itineracy on interest. The invest
ments amounting to ortll . ONO MILLION ASI. A
lIAI V at dn lbws, ere made iII i•outorinity with
elite charier. in Real Isiah:
:A ti.age. , Lirorael Beide, met such tirst-e1.,,
raw. 9 a 11111,11 . 0 talent •el.ll , ity
•11.,,, 1 , 1.1C1. 1..11 LI) give
• ; • this iraditaime.
A t; Assort:H.lH Ju,t upend !
And wlll be F old E 0 per cent.
11'1Eiii THE lAEA VEST!
H the e "
i•eo opened nt lik store-room in Nlarket Square
liindinodon,ii splendid now stuck of lieady.
( tenth% for Spell% and Summer,
It will sell lieliper than the sun.: quality
Ili G. 016 ellll be I,urchuseill tit retail in Philtillel
phis or tiny alter establishment in the country.
Persons wh.hing to buy Clothing would do
welt to call and (lanoline his stuck before purcha
sing ekewliere. Also,
Hats, Caps, Boots, and Shoes,
which will ha Noid lower than at any uther es.
tahlh.hnwnt in the county.
liwitisigtlon April 29. 1957.
WAR IN RANSAS.
MMALL ti CROSSINFOII.SI THEIR OLD
iriends mid the public generally, that. they
have the above Foundry in lull blast,
and are prepared to furnish castings nt
every description. Stoves of all kind.
tin wood or coal. Improved Ploughs. - -
Threshing 51m:blues, and everything in ttu ens
ting line neatly matte. We can finish all work
that requires turtling, having a good Turning
Lath. Alt work done cheap fur cash or cultic
try produce. Old motel taken for castings. 13m
ing practical and experienced we hope by strict
attention to buuiness to receive a liberal share
of public patronage. AIoOILL it CROSS.
Alexandria, April 29, 1857.
Ou Allegheny Street, brtween
Sipa. R. & U.& 11. T. R.R. Depots.
WM. It. ZEIGLER,
Mfm.l4 Iv I 187. ---M.' Proprietor.
TO THOSE WHO WANT FARMS.
A FA PAT
WITHIN THE REACH OF EVERY ALAN.
TIM RIDGWAY Faust CoAaws v has made or
' rangements by which all who desire to settle or
purchase a home can do so. 1111
The Farms consist of the (jest limestone soil
of the most superior quality for farming, in a re-
irony improving place, into which an extendvo.
emigration is now purring, The property is 10.
coed in Elk County, Pennsylvania, in the midst
of a thriving population of some iro,ooo pow,
non. The climate is perfectly healthy, and t h e
plague of the west fever is unknown. It also •
has an abundance of the best quality of Cool
and Iron. The prieu to buy it cot is Thorn $3 to
$2O per acre. payable by instahnents, to he lota-
tad at the 'hue of purchasing„ or a sham of 25
acres eutitlitgto loante the same fr - r $lOO, pay 7
able $6 per month or 12,1 acres payable $4 par
month. Discount for every sum of $lOO and
under. paid in advance, di.connt of 5 per cent.
will be allowed, and fin. over $lOO a discount of i
10 per cent.
In considering the advantages of emigrating
to this locality the following are presented :
Fnurr—The soil is it rich limestone, capable
f raising the heaviest crops, owing to which the
settlem't has attained it, present greet prosper
SEcosm—lt is the cenire of the great North
I West Coal Barbi, dad is destineii soon to he.
I come oar of the greatest business plates in 010
State. It will supply the great Lake market,
1 (according to population and travel in the Un
k m .) It lies five wro kohl° veins or the best Hi-
I town.... Cool, .11 ,, 1111 , i11i, is the ag,mmtmte to
aver 22 km, wind] undies 22.0 M, tons of coal
Inuit, ea• It twre. This will m ike the land of
1 inestimable velum
Thu ehtinent Flute geologirt, Dr. Char. T.
Jurksoa, ul Boehm, has in:hie a geological stir•
- . •
verol 1111 t 1.11111111 itlll*,ll the moil, the iron
ore and the lime•tone. This report together
With Melts will furnished to inquwers.
FociiTti—Ti.ree railroads are laid oat Biro'
this property. The Sunbury and Erie Railroad
Fives ub a market l'or our coal to toe lakes—it
rum from Ere to Philadelphia. A large part
of this road has been finished, and i, uow in
running order. A heavy lures is now working
from Erie toward our land in the western direc
tion, Clot means for the ..unipletion of which Iws
been will anon he [Unshed. 'rho Al
legheny Valley Railroad connects us with Now
York, Boston and Pittsburg. The Venango
Road connects us with the West.
There are already stood Turnpike Roads run
ning through this property, various other roads
have been opened to accommodate the emigra
tion and eettlement 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 easy way, and make a settlement
whore he can live in prosperity and independence
ill 4•1 climate r.mFEirrt, HEALTHY.
No case of the fever ever having been known
to occur in this settlement. It is not like going
to the hackmoodsot the West, among perhaps
intolerant ' , topic, whine there is no society, no
. ..Me hes, or schuok, where the price or land is
and when• the elingt ant, after being used
to the la.lthie,t climate In the world, has to en
dure nit ktiess and pain, and perhaps ruins laic
health and abut til his family. But here i, a
thriving settlement having three towns, contain
ing churche, ',lands, hereto, ;gores, 1:11W milk,
grist-twills, and everything desired. There i., a
•:ash market at hood. Thu iumt,e• trade last
year amounted t) over two hundred millions
feet or lumber. In a short thee, owing to the
Coal, it will Weenie still Inure valuable as a
needier of iron Works and mamditeturies will
touts ho started; they are ut 'peseta starting
them extensively at Warren. Even fur those
Who do nut wish to go there. the payments aro
such that they ran easily buy fiu•ms to save their
families from want in the future, or to gain a
competence by the rise which Win take place in
the value of their lands. liy tin outlay scarcely
missed, it substantial provision can be made.
PerNons should in.t . ise early application, apply
or write to E. Jethies, Secretary, No. 135 With
nut Street, below Filth, Philadelphia. Letters
carefully ainswered giving hill intormati.n•
:Noires or tract,. of Mod con be bought or se
cureil by letter enclosing the first instalment of
live duller., whelk too subscriber will be fur
kb books, !now, Wurruntee deeds
n. Persons can also purthuse from our
I.aite from Philadelphia to Tyrcute on the
Pentis)leitnia Central Railroad, and thence by
stage ru the land. This is a delightful SetlAoll Iu
Va. fit. Mary's—the hest hotel accommodation
is atlia•ded. Enquire fur 1•.. C. Nay yrz,
the Agent for thu property at St. Mary's.
New Goods New Goods !!
D. P. GWEV S CHEAP STORE.
D. I'. Gwin has just returnd from Phi ladcl
phia with the largest and most beautiful as.
sartment or .
consisting of the most fashionalde Dress Goods
ror Ladies and Gentlemen, such as Mack Silks.
and Fancy, All Woul du Loins, Challis de
Loins, Braise. colors.) Braise Robes.
Robes. Chintz Rohe, Dneals, Plain and Fan.
cy Dress Gioaltain, Dimmilla Cloth, Sulk
Warp Levens Cloth, tortiarellingdros.es.
neb u iz, Lamps and 1 . 1i111.3 ofmny delcrip
LSO. li.t nf,trrxx Ti
Veils, 1.111,, ll.,siery, 11..1,
lilt !tinting, Wlinieliiim• end It rit•s for
Skirts. Silk unil Sill, ati.t
Gingham llrlnnlx, %,• I 1 , Li
Cotton, Linen sell Vein.
Also the hest and laN . est askortineitt et'Col
lars, 1111(i UlltierSieeVeM, tnwit. Bitr'd and
Plain Jaeonet, Mall Muslin. Swiss. Min, Fig
ured dotted. ernolitic, loreett and Grass
cloth ftrr shirts. Bpok 1I mho. Irish Linen, Li
nen Table Cloths, Napkins, 'rowels, &e.
Also a tine assortment itt'Spring Shawls Silk
and Bartsize Mantillas, and it variety of i.trets
uud Fancy Goods too numerous to mention.
Ale, Cloths, Chassimers, Catssinets Mere.
Cassitner. Tweeds, K. Jeans, Cotton brills, for
punts. plaits and litaley Linens, Marseilles and
Silk Vesting, Mullins, bleached end unbleach
ed, Sheeting end Pallcwseuse Mullins, Nan
keens, Tielten, Cheek, Table Di apers.
liensets the west styles null et , ery low
prices, Muleskiu, Fur. ‘Vuul and Summer Hats,
latest styles. ALSO;
roots and Shoei, HARDWARE,
QuEimiswAlul, Buckets, Tubs, Bas
kets, Churns, batter Bowls, Brooms. Brushes,
eic. Carla! ts. Oil Cloths, Oil Blinds, Fish
and Salt, nod all goods usually kept inn coun
try Store. •
My old customers, and as man;• new ones as
can crowd in are respectfully requestec;to come
and examine my good.
Alt kinds at' Country produce taken in ex
change fur goods, at the highest market prices.
DAVID P. (AVM
April 29, 1857.
11%,lesale Dealers in horisionr,
No. 825 LIBERTY STREET,
Lunn LUCIA L ROW,
per• Agents fur Fttirbauks' Settles.
Porcelain Boilers and Pans, of eve
ry desertption, for sale at the Hardware Store of
.1. A. SHOWN ik GO.
NEV YORK ARVERTISIMENTS.
IT HAS WORKED MIRACLES!
rills( nil the bald and grab can be festered per
lectly to original growth, nod color, so far at
their locks are. concerned. does not admit of a
doubt ; 6osidre, it will cure every possible din
or the scalp, whether developed 1113 dandruff,
itching dor in the shape of cutaneous eruptions—
even scald head—and in no possible case will it
lid' of curing as if by magic!, nervous yr perio•
.14,1 head-iv:he, and if used twice a week by the
y“ung regularly, it will preserve the color, and
krep the hair from lulling, tunny imaginable age.
Read and judge.
Alillford, Worcester Co., Mass., Nor. 1835.
Prof. 0.. J. Wood—Dear take pleasure
in hearing voluntary teoiniony to the magic ef
fects of your wonderful Hair Restorative. As
fur hack as Ift36, my hair commenced 'idling otr,
until the top of my scalp became as hald and
smooth as glass, and it has continued to fall for
a great many year., notwithstanding I I one us
ed many celebrated preparations restoration.
Seeinu your advertisement, I was induced to give
your article a trial, and t o my utter astonish •
meat, found, after a few applications, that my
bah became firmly set, and assumed a glossy
and beautiful appearance ; and by the time 1
bad nsed a van bottle, my bald bead W. COT •
creel over with a young and vigorous growth of
hair, which is now from one to two inches iu
length, and growing tag. Voors, fru Iv,
Charlegnwn, Alass., Aug. 9, 185:
Gents:—Nuthing but a dot; att7l ;yin/Why
that I feel to communicate to others that arc at
flict• d as I have been, WOLIN induce me to give
this 1,10.14, neknowledgment to the benefit 1 he, ft
rect., ed twin Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative.
When I first commenced using it, toy hair was
quite grav, and in spots entirely bald I have
now used the Restorative about live months, and
tutu hair is entirely chmiged to its original col
or, brown, and the new hair is over three inches
in length on thu spots where it was bald. I have
als o been touch gratified at the healthy moisture
and vigor of the hair, which before was dry, end
it has ceased to come out as formerly.'
Respectfully yours, tte.,
Airs. It. A. STODDARD.
From Mre. lugalla, a well known norm in Bos-
liobton, Oct. 10th, 1855,
Gyula:—At your request and being so highly
pleased with the erects of the Restorative, I am
tree to state that my hair bad become quite thin,
and entirely white. I hare for the lust tire years
been in the habit of using dye, but hearing of
the extraordinary elects of this article, I was
induced to try it. Ply hair bus been restored to
its original thickness, and also I, its runner eJ ,
lor, which is light brown.
MRS. INGA LLS.
The following: is from the Pastor of the °alio.
(lox Church. Bruuktiehl.
Jun. 12, 1655.
Prof. Wooti—Dear Sir—Having made trial or
your heir Restorative, it gives tic pleasure to
say, tint , its elle. have been excellent in remo
ving inflammation, dandruff, and a constant ten
dency to itching, with which 1 hare been trou
bled Worn my childhood, and lots also restored
not hair, which W. becoming gray, to its origi
nal color. I bare used no other article, with
any thing line the sante pleasute and profit.
Yours, truly, J. K. BRAWL
[From the T?legretph.]
WlliZt is it ler—This Wood's Ilint 7 RestUrittivet
ti question asked daily by bnipireds. We
answer without hesitation or Mar t3T contra.' ie
[ion'that it is the only article Itnown winch will
alldu it promises ter the human hair. It will re
new its growth—it will stop its lulling—it will
re,tore its natural color ! It is not a flair Dye
but a speedy anti t!llieiteitius Restorative.
O. J. (Mb & CU., Proprteturs, yI2 Broadway
N. Y., & t 1.4 Marlset st., Luui., Alosuuri.
bold iii Huntingdon by Jous READ, gild it
SluAlAsiomb, and by Druggigs every whure.
Juno 25, 1857.-3 m. A1ur.25;57.-Iy.
A MEDICINE THAT NEVER DEBII.I.
IN Vi GOB ATOR,
OR LIVER REMEDY
TT a! nll the good qualities of a purgative me•
1 1 urine, answering the purposes el any Ca
thartic without the debilitating effects experien
ced from nto , t purgatives. It acts slowly and
wlily, lint surer•, moving the bowels to curry
off nll the secreted matter, at the same time, sti
mulating the Liver to a proper performance of
'rhe Invigorator cures Sick Headache. Take.
lone or two teaspoonsful at nub attack, and it
; will SOllll disappear. For au overloaded atom
; nett, or when lived rises or soars, take the
gorulor after eating, and it will not prove dim•
• greeulde or oppressive., For Heartburn, Palpi
tation, or Difficult Breathing, take a teaspoonful
once or twice daily. For Loss of Appetite, Lau
• guar or I.ktlessuess, the medicine is invaluable.
It will re-tore the appetite and nooks the food
dice well. Nightmare, take a teaspoonful on
nitwit, and the demons of dream-land will all
be tail After eating a hearty dinner, take a
dose of Invigorator and it will relieve all op•
or tidiness. Th o Invigorator is a Liv
; er Remedy cI unequaled virtue. acting directly
nn that ergot,, Garin ;, Dyspepsia , Jaundice, Hi-
I'ollllle Obstructions, for which it bas no equal.
\\'u know there is nothing now before the A.
merican public, prepare(' with such skill by a
! scientific man, part icularly for diseases °Eche Li
ver, as Dr. BunliiriPs Invigorate., or Liver Re
it has attained a reputation second to no
other article in the world, simply because it rests
ott its own merit. To convince all by trial that
it is till its proprietors claim it to be, if any of
oar readers are sattbring from such disease..
are deembed in Dr. butilord's advertisement,
we know of no remedy that will SO eurely core
then, as the Invigorator.
There hee lately been brought to our notice a
medicine that seems to possess wonderful cura
tive and healing properties in diseases ot the Li-.
ver, Stomach, curd Digestive Organs. It come
to us with so many testimonials in its favor that
we hose noted its elects in enter of the worst es
see of continual debility, caused by deranged li
ver, and in every instance, the edict was to re
lieve or give a permanent cure. Dr. Saari...Ws
Invigorator. or Liver Remedy is what we refer
to. We always leave been credulous about cures
by patent medicines, but we are convinced that
this medicine toe family use is not overrated by
the host of recommendutions it has, our ad
vice is, fur all troubled with Indigestion, DOR
isy or Rowel Complaint, to get a bottle and try
it; our word for it. relief will in experienced.
Blessings to the Invalids who use Sanford's
Invigorator, for it will relieve them of their pain
as rutin as it is taken into their stomach. loin
and misery mound exit where the Invigorator is
seed, or it will as surely drive them mesh us
du) light will bullish durt•ness; el this there can be
nu doubt to Oase who try it, Mr it curries
toil with every dose taken. - Another evidence ii
the thousands oreertiticutes truss those who use
it or have bi no cured by it. 'fry one bottle, if
it does nut benefit, we are mistaken.
SASIOIM Proprietors, J 45 Broadway
New York. Sold in Huutiugilou by Ilr:aar
11101.traund., and John Revd.
Dr. (deo. H. Ker6or,‘llolosale Druggiot,
No. 140, Wood tit., Pitiriairii, Wholeside.igeut.
.1t au M4tr.24.17.-IF,