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Editor and Proprietor.
Wednesday Morning October 13.1858
The Circulation of the Hun
tingdon Journal, is great
er than the Globe and Am
gerWe give our readers to-day the
cheering result of the election in old Hun
tingdon. Victory has perched upon the
banner of the People's ticket. The peo
ple of this county have risen in their
strength, and by one swoop" have
rebuked the arrogance of the Slave power
and spurned the authors of free-trade.—
Nobly has our county come up to the res
cue. Our whole County 'Picket is trium
phantly elected by large majorities ; nor
does any one organization claim the sue.
cess. To all we accord the pleasing re
sult ; Americana and Republicans stooa to
gether, in solid column, as men determin
ed to be free, and manfully have they re
deemed old Huntingdon irom the meshes
of men who attempted to fasten her desti
ny to the car of Slavery. The result is
glorious, our victory is complete. Let us
live and work for success in 1800, and
drive the vandals from the Capitol.
Gon. Simon Cameron has our thanks for
three volumes of Patent dice Reports for
PC?' The victories in Pennsylvania
have ceased computing their majorities on
the State ticket, they being so large that
a matter of Five or Ten Thousand more
or less i 3 no object. A table of official
and reported returns from thirty six Coun
ties, now before us. puts John M. Rend,
for Supreme Court, 35,335 ahead—Berks,
Westmoreland, Northampton, Columbia,
Lucerne, Montgomery, and nearly all the
old Democratic strongholds, being Inclu
ded, as well as many of those cf the Op
position, but not including Erie. Crawford
Warren, Mercer and Somerset. Judging
from these, we infer that the majority for
Read in the whole State is likely to teach
__ as to fall 1 423..0440U,.....0 1.11. iwu Le•
compton Democrats (Florence and Dim•
mick) are chosen, with Montgomery who
though he opposed Lecompton, will, with
regard to all things except Kansat, act
and vote with the supporters of Mr.
Buchanan. Major Schwarts of Berks prob.
ably ditto, and there is a chance that Gillis
has been re-elected from the XXEVth Dis
trict. Our reported majorities are as fol
For Hall Repub. For Gillie Lecont,
Jefferson 200 Clearfield
McKean 375 Clarion
Warren 725 Elk
Leaving Verango to hear from, which,
two years ago, gave Gillis 2,157 to Myers
(Repub.) 2,113. We guess Chapin Hall
is the Member elect. If so, Pennsylva.
nia is good for 21 Opposition to (at met)
4 Administration votes in organizing the
next House. Good enough.
Mr Lancaster Examiner & Herald
for several years past edited by E. C. Dar-
lington, Esq., as the leading Whig and op.
position paper of the county, has beer.
sold to John H. Heistand, Esq. The pa.
per under the new arrangement will be
strongly Republican, or opposition to the
Administration in its politics.
GRAHAMS MAGAZINE —We have
received the October number of this excel
lent periodical. It is well worth the price
$B. See our club list.
EMERSON'S MAGAZINE. The Oc
tober number of this magazine is before us
filled with its usual variety of interesting
"That earns old Coon" is trotted out by
the Lebanon Courier, and heads the elec
tion returns. The sight of the old fellow
is suggestive and brings up reminiscenes
of the good old times when the venerable
Harrison led the Whig army to victory,
and of the campaign of 1844 when the
magic voice of the gallant lamented Clay
stirred like a trumpet blast the blood in.
every true Whig heart, and rallied around
him the enthusiastic masses of the A uteri
con people. Whilst contemplating the new
ly resurrected "Old Coon," and indulging
in thoughts of times , lang sync," we found
ourselves humming the once popular re
"We'll give you a touch of the name old tune,
Well give you a sight of the name old Coon,
You'll see him again by the light of the moon—
Hurrah for the Farmer of Ashland."
Busr.usorow, Saturday. Oct. 16, 1858.
Returns, reported, and official, from ten
counties in thia District, show a Raoul)li.
can gain of 200 from last year. The in
dications are that Curtis (Rep.) is reelected
to Coypus by 1,000 majority.
INTFRESTINO FROM WASIIINOTON.—The
Nicaragua question— General Jerez Dis
missed by the Administration—Washing
ton Oct. 16.—Generul Jerez has been in
formed by the Secretary of State that, not
having power, as it was understood he
had, to setle the Nicaragua dithculty, by
accepting the Cass•Yrisarri treaty, it would
be useless to hold further communication
with him, and that this government, in the
meantime, would not wait for any further
useless negotiations, which only served to
embarrass a plain queston, but would pur
sue the decisive policy already explained
The War Department has received a
communication from Major Garnett, corn
mending a detachment of the Ninth infan
try in Washington Territory, dated YR
barna Expedition, Nehatcha river, Aug
gust 13. After giving an account of the
capture of some Indians. who it is t eller
ed had fled into the Blackfeet country in
pursuit and alarm of others, and the death
of Lieut, Allen, Major Garnett says it is
his intention to move to the region of
Okanagan to show his force there. The
Indiana state that the tribes at the north of
Okanagan are friendly. They say the
story of the massacre of twenty-five mi
ners from Walla•lValla is untrue. Major
Garnett finds it impossible for foot troops
to traverse the country from the mouth of
the Spoken river to Buckland Rapids, at
Columbia river, fur want of water on the
trail. He intended to cross the Columbia
at Okanagan, follow it on the east side to
the Priests' Rapids, there recross it, and
reach his poet on the 20th of this month.
. . .
The General Land Office has decided
that by the law relating to preemptions
upon half breed tracts, a wittier upon a
technical quarter section is an occupant of
the whole of it, and will take the whole,
although improvements may cover a part
only, with the view to holding in other
quarter sections, must be clearly shown
and intension notified, otherwise subse.
quent location of scrip will hold the sub
divisions not improved on or not not noti
fied for pre-eruption.—N. E Herald.
THE RESULT IN BERKS,
of the Reporters and attempt to
disfranchise over 700 Voters.
READING, Oct. 10, fli A. M.
Our telegraphic dispatch yesterday an.
nounced the high handed attempt of the
his election by setting aside the votes of
over seven hundred freemen, and tho de
feat of the villainous schme by the indig
nant people of Reading. The Journal
contains an article severely denunciatory
of this attempted fraud front which we
quote the closing paragraph .
The difficulty which a few men attempt.
ed to get up about the South-West Ward,
was founded on the fact there we', five
more votes for the two members of Con.
gress than there were names on the tally
list—a circumstance which is accounted
(or by the fact that one or more of the
clerks were slow and inefficient, and that
votes of young men who voted on zige
were polled, whose names were not recor.
ed. Trifling discrepancies of this kind
often occur, airl at this election happened
in Tulpehocken district where Jones had
a majority, yet this is the first attempt en.
er made to defraud honest voters of their
votes, because a blunder or two had been
made by the election officers.
Emigration to Kansas.
Over fifty wagons left here yesterday
for different sections of South Kansas.—
Among them were nineteen families trout
the States of Wisconsin, lowa, Illiuois and
Ohio. The land emigration to Kansas du
ring past two weeks has been larger than
at any time this year. There seems to be
a general exodus, not only from the older
Western States, but also from the Eastern
and Atlantic States, to the rich farming
valleys of Southern Kansas. There is not
probably in all our public aomain a greater
area of first class lend for all branches of
farming—stock farms, produce farms, dai •
ry, orchard and vineyard farms, hemp, to
bacco and cotton le rins—and last but not
least, farms for the raising of sheep—than
is to be found among the counties of Sou.
there Kansas. Our city is every dsy
crowded with detachments of this immense
emigration, and there is one feature among
this moving multitude that we cannot fail
to admire—it is an emigration of fathers,
mothers, sons and daughters. with all their
househould effects arm their stock and im
plements of agriculture, to provide for
their maintenance through the cultivation
and bouxties of the soil.—Kan. Jour.
C 17;ZZ0, - 8 - a - tt7aa 7, Oct. 1671858,
The returns from Minnesota came In
slowly. The following only have been
Hennepin county—The whole Republi•
can ticket elected.
Scott County—Two Democrats and two
Republican• elected to the Legislature.
Ramsey County—The entire Democra.
tic ticket elected.
Washinron and Dakotbab Counties—
Oarriscl by the Republican,.
SWe had intended giving a list of
the Premiums awarded at the late Agricul
tural Fair held at this place, but for want
of room we are ob liged to defer it till next,
A Lager Beer Riot.
The Illinois Legislature in the act incor
porating the ''Northwestern University' ,
at Evanston, inserted a clause prohibi'ing
the sale of intoxicating liquors within a
circuit of four miles around the Univers'.
ty. A German shoemaker, named John
Hahn, ignoring the law commenced the
sale of lager beer at his h , use within the
radius. Suits were brought against him,
and judgments rendered, appeals from
which were taken, and the ;natter is now
before the Supreme Court.
On Thursday night last, a mob of sixteen
persons, with blackened faces, broke into
his apaitinent, tied him down, proceeded
to his cellar and knocked in the heads of
some beer and broody casks, and destroy
ed about $l5O worth of liquor. On Sat-
urday James Ludlam, William FL Hill
and J. W. Morse, residents of Evanston,
were arrested for a riot on Thursday, at
the above place.
Upon hearing of the case, the Justice
held them in bonds at $5OO each to stand
trial in the upper Courts.
Horse Race at Boston.
BosruN, Saturday, Oct. 16, 1858.
The races here finished this afternoon
with a trot, best three in five, to harness,
Lora purse of $3OO. The horses entered
were Tom Carpenter, ridden by A. Car
penter; Trotting Childers, ridden by D.
Mace; Ajax, ridden by its owner, H. H•
Smith ; arid Romeo, ridden by D Pfifer in
the first he.tt, and by B. Thurston for the
remainder. The race was won by Tent
Carpenter in five heats, two of which were
dead heats with Trotting Childers. The
time made by Torn tvas 2;404, 2:393, 2:39
2:41, and 2:39. It was a most exciting
zones to be Rewarded.
The Reading Daily Times, of this
morning, has the following announcement:
“The lion. J. Gloria, Jones received
on Saturday last a letter from the Presi
dent of the United States, tendering him
the appointment of Envoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary to Austria.
We have not learned whether Nlr. Jones
will accept the distinguished compliment
offered or not."
We hove since received a depatch from
int , l , te . above effect. ft is ve
t,' LU la as 1.11.1
selves upon the alter of Lecompton. We
presume good places will also be pro”ideu
for thu balance of the martyrs
CLEVELAND, Saturday, Oct. 10, 1858.
The Republican majority on the State
ticket is about 15.000.
Fifteen Republican and six Democratic
Congressmen are elected.
CINCINNATI, SAIU Idtly, Oct. 16, 185 S•
The officio( count of the XVllth Con
gressional District, gives Theaker (Rep.)
INDIANAPOLIS, Saturday, Oc.. M. 3858.
The returns come in but slowly, and
the result on the State ticket is doubtful.
three Democratic Judges are probal ly elec
ted, and the Democrats have a majority of
the Senate. The house is close and doubt.
Free State Convention Called.
Sr. Louts, Oct. 16.
The Central committee of Kansas has
culled for a Free State delegate Convention
to be held at Lawrence, November 111th,
fur the purpose of discussing various iu-s
-tions connected with the present organiza.
tion of Territory and to determine the true
policy of the party as to the question of
obtaining a speedy admission into the Un•
ion as a free State.
ELK COUNTY, 0. K.
Gillis Rebuked at Home !!
ELK COUNTY.—Oct. 14.—We have just
r eceived returns from Elk Couuty, and
James Loco mpton Gillis's majority in his
own county is lees than 50. In 1856 it
was 248. The township of Ridgway, his
home, gave Hall 8 majority. McKean
County gives Hall nearly 400 majority !
What a rebuke to the man who "flew to the
horns of old Buck."
Sr. LOUIS, Saturday Oct. 16,1858,
The Central Committee of Kansas have
called a Fri•d•Stute Delegate Coi.vention,
to be held at Lawrence, Nev. 10, for the
parpose of discussing the various (ies.
tions connected with the present political
organizations in the Territory, of deter
mining the true policy of the party, and
considering the question of the speedy ad
mission of Kansas into the Union as a Free
S. M. PETTENOILL & CO.'S Adver
tioiug Agency, 119 Nassau St., New York. tt
10 State St., Boston. S. N. Pettengill Co..
are the Agents for the "Jove:cat," and the most
influential and largest circulating Newspapers
in the United States and the Canticles. They
are authorized to contract torte at our lowest
John Chinaman—the way he Fights.
A correspondrnt have seen
the arms used by the Chinese, in the fight
at the storming of the pions at the mouth
of the Pei• Ho. The first sight of them
shows the utter hopelessness of this vast
Emptre of 350,000,000 of population, when
it comes in convect with European science
and arms, and dicipline ; on the battle field.
They remind me of the scrims of my boy-
hood, when all the lads of my country vil
Irge were armed •vith wooden guns, fur.
nished with wooden locks and flints, which
could snap if they could not fire.—They
are ignorant of the rifle, the percussion
cap, and even of the flint, once used in its
place. The gun is a match lock and of for.
midable d intens'ons and weight, as to
need wheels to carry it, insti•ad of their
own shoulders It is almost impossible to
raise arid level it, such is its weight; and
often another man kneeling before who
loads and fires, bears the end of the gun
upon his shoulder, in the happy conscious.
ness that if the enemy chooses to kill him
instead of the soldier at the other end of
the gun, lie is innocent of any man's blood
and could no: but be. And there match.
locks ! they are worthy of a place in any
Almost would the old knights Templar
of :Mika start up again, should these mntoh
lock guits be placed in the gallery beside
their armor. The match-lock incumber
somenes.is fairly in keeping with the
Lured an ock, some mflainable material
which t bunting, taking the place
of a fli a common gun, and coming
down like the tail of a cornet when the te
dious process of loading is completed,
Then there is the spear. not to be used by
the hand is fight, but slender and armed
with an iron point, and fired with rockets
Then crimes the battle axe, not heavy, and
easily wielded by the hand, but unless, ex.
cept in close contact, and then powerless
compared with sword and the bayonet.
Their cannon are either sunk in the earth
and permanently leveled, or else mounted
on carriages which provide for no elevation
or depression of the guns, or else make it
so slow rind difficult that alter all the car•
ridge is useless. In the attack on the
forts. one of the steam gun boats came
within range of the guns, and received
several shots. Very strangely and unlike
a soldier and a gentleman, as John China
man thought, the Englishman did not
choose to' remain in range ant' pr,Vol
with in puff of steam was out of the •reach
of their guns, though almost touchily
-- fineAiVii4 In the North recently cot•
ected a large audience to see him crawl
into n bottle, After settling his cash, he
ap,l..gized to the audience for disappoint•
int, them, hut said it was impossible to per
form the feat, as he could not find a bottle
11111rIn an (rich provincial journal there
is an adver tiaement running thus:-- 4, Wati
ad, a handy laborer, who can plough
married man and Protestant, with n ton or
2111rJerrold suld --- toon ardent young
gentleman who burned to sae himself in
print. .'Be advised by me young man;
don't take down the shutters before there
is something in the window,"
[l:7 - Do you suppose that the grown-up
child does not want amusement, nheii you
see how greedy children are of it ? Do
not imagine we grow out of that; we din.
guise ourselves by various solemnities, but
we have none of us lest the child nature
Mr In a case recently tried in Phila
delphia, the Court decided that n child
placed at school is under the control of the
teacher, and can be properly punished by
hint when necessar), and that no one has it
right to interfere wi h him in the dis
charge of his duties.
Dont:silo ANIMALS; a Pocket Manual of Ca,
tle, Horse, and Sheep Husbandry; embracing
Directions for the Breeding, Rearing, and gcn,
oral Management of all Domestic Animals
Rules for the Improv emem of Breeds; Dow to
Insure the Health of Animals; and How to
Cure their Diseases without the UBO of Drugs;
with a chapter. Beekeeping. By the author
of 'Me Garden, " "The Farm," etc. New
Ye di: Fowler nod Wells. Price, Pt per, 30
ets; muslin, 50 ets.
AT FAYETTE CITY. MONONOAHELA AND
INDIANA FAIRS, during the last week, the
First Premiums for rapid Business and
Ornamental Penmanship were award od to
the Iron City College of this city. Th e
present patronage of this Institution is grey
ter than that done other four Commercial
Colleges of the Union, and oflers advance.
ges superior to all others in every branch
of Business Education, as well as fur Pen.
manship for which it is pre eminently die
tinguished.—Pitteburg evening Chroni
MARRIED.—By the Rev. R. H. Riad,
on Thur,lay the 7th inst., Mr. John Enyart to
Mks Mary Jane Llod, both of Huntingdon
We request those of our subscribers who re•
slue their papors,to inform no of those in their
immediate neighborhoods who are subscribers
to the "Journal," and have failed to receive
the same, slues the meeting of our pack•book,
by ruffians on the 3d of February.
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The State Senate.
The followin g list shows how the next
rnn:e w;11 ,tond :
I. John 11. Parker. Opp,;* Richardson
L. Wright, Dem ; Isaac N. Marselis, Dem.
Sarni. J. Randall, Dem.
2. Thos S. Bell, Dein.
3. John Thompson. Opp,*
4. Mahlon Yardley, Opp *
5. Jeremiah Shim(le, Dem.*
6 Daniel Hottenstem, Dem.*
7. Robert M. Palmer, Opp.*
Thomas Craig, Jr., Dent.
9. E. Reed Myer, Opp.
10. Geo. P. Steele, Dem.
11. Glenni W. Scofield Opp.
12. Ani'rew• Gregg, Opp.*
13 Reuben Keller, Dem.e •
U Henry Fetter, Oetn,
1r), Join B, liutlwrtord, Opp,
10. Ilubvrt 13old win, Opp.
10. %Van, P. Schell, Dean.
20. John Cresswell, Jr., Dern
21. T. J. Coffey, Opp.
22. Jacob Turney Dem.
'2:l. G. W. Miller, Dam.
24. Samuel M'Kee, Opp." Edward D.
25. John H. Harris, Opp.
*2.6. Wm. M. PlallClh, Opp.
L'7. Darwin A Finney, Opp..
:.!8. Kennedy L Blood, Dem.' Hol
ding over—Dem., 12 ; Opp. 9. Now
Inmtbers—Dem. ; Opp. 7. Total—
Dem. 17 ; Opp. 11.3. Democratic maj. 1.
1 0 -
Lehigh and Carbon, 0
Monroe and Pike, 0
Wyoming, Sullivan, and
Lycoming and Clinton, 2
Union, Snyder and Juniata, 2
, zbuylkill, 3
I tauphin, 2
Cumberland and Perry, 0
Franklin and Fulton, S
Bedtitrd and Somerset, 2
Armstrong & Westmoreland, 0
Beaver and Lawrence, 2
Mercer and Venango, 2
Clarion and Forest, 0
Jefferson ' Clearfied, McKean
and Elk, 0
Crawford and Warren, 2
Potter and Tioga, 2
People's majority, 44
THE CASSVILLE SEMINARY.
31311501 1 1111.19.
Wax Fruit, $5,00; Wax Flowers, $5,00;
Grecian Painting, $3,00; Ornamental Pain
ting, $3,00 ; Leather Work, $3,00 ; Chenille
Work, $3,00; Ocean Shells St Mosses, $2,00;
Pint., Music, $5,00,
Those wishing to learn the above from a
teacher of experience, should do so immediate.
ly, for Miss Stanley can bu rota; ted at the
Seminary only a few months longer—she re.
turns to New York in the Spring,
Sell nylkill, 1000
Chester, 2000 -
Cumberland, - 250
Lancamor, 3000 -
Centre, 350 ---
Snyder. 350 -
Columbia, - 01111
Ist—Thomas B. Florence, Democrat.
2d—Edward Joy Morris, People's.
3d —John P. Veme,
GO , —Jelin Hickman, anti.Lee'ii Dem.
7th—D. C. Longeneelier,
Stli—Major John Sch !pr'
11th—Jaies 11. cumpbeit• "
120—Col. (leo. W. Scranton, "
It. Dimmick, Democnd,
I !Ili— Cialuslur A. 0 row, People's,
13 th—,tames T. Hale,
I ill h —Henry L. Victor , Peinocrat.*
20th --W. Montgomery, miti•Lee'n Dem
2 1st—Janies K. Moorhead,
2 2d—Roliert McKiti ht,
—W Ulla t,
24'11—Chapin Hall, '•
List of Lecompfon ( „ ?" , , yre86 . 1114.1140. di
Third District—James Lardy; Fourth di,
triet—lfenry M. Phillips; Fifth district—Owen
Jones; Eight district—J. Glancy Jones ;
euth district—Wm. L. Dewart ; Fifteenth dis•
iriet —A Ikon White; Seventeenth distriet
Reilly ; Twentydour;h district—James
It. is nearly certain that these are all defeat.
ed. In addition to them, John P. Alit, of the
S ixteenth district, and Paul Leidy, of the 12th
failed to get. nomination,. So that really ten
of the twelve member; of tha percent Congresa
who colt for I,ecompton, hare had leave to
toy n t home. o .orc. Florence and Dimmiel;
are the nnly No re-eler, I, and th , •ir inajad.
thee orr grenly rednard.
TRIAL LIST—FIRST Wynn.
Nicholas Shaver vs Penna. Railroad Company
John Savage vs G. W. I3erkstresser's Ex,
John Savage vs Matthew Truman.
John Fleming vs Brice X, Blair, et al.
Thomas Clark's heirs vs Brison Clark.
Samuel B. McEnters vs - Beers..
George Otenkirk vs Elijah Sollars.
Moses Greenland vs Caleb Brown.
Patrick Kelly es Penna. Railroad Company.
John Penn Broca vs John Savage.
William Curry vs Jona. McWilliams.
Burchfield A wife vs D. C. Sma lh•y's
George G. Couch vs A. S. Harrison.
John Garner vs John Savage.
Clemens' heirs vs John. MeCanles et a'.
John Savage vs James Entriken.
Bolter, Bro. & Co, et al. vs John H. Lighttier,
Same vs Jane Haskins.
Same vs Andrew P. Wilson,
John Savage vs Smith & Davis.
Geo. W. Wagoner vs Washington Garver.
David Hicks vs William Glasgow,
James Walls vs Jonathan Walls.
Shoenberger's ex'rs. vs Wilson & Lowery.
John W. Price's admrs vs John Snyder. '
Peter Etnier vs - Shoop.
.1. & J. A. Hagerty vs Thomas Woo..
James A. Hagerty vs Same.
James Perry ind vs Hugh McNeal.
John Dougherty vs S V& B TR It Co.
Jacob Rupell vs John T. Shirley.
Margaret Hamilton vs James Entriken.
Jacob Price vs S. D. Myton.
Gans & McGee vs Willis's' Fisher & Bro.
S. D. !Aron yr Issas Walls et al.
Ephraim Rods vs \l'm. McNite par.
M. J. Martin vs S V & B. T. R R Co.
David Foster vs James Entriken.
Mess & Bro vs W. H. Woods.
Casper Dull vs Andrew Wise & Jas. Steel.
David R. Porter vs Valentine Hoover.
tienry Brewster, GßA J. N P., Sbi ßOßS rleysburg,
Jackson Briggs, fanner, Tell,
William Boat, baker, Huntingdon.
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Geo. IV. Cornelia,. farmer, Cromwell,
John A. Campbell, farmer, Brady,
Jacob H. Dull, farmer, Cromwell.
John Decker, farmer, Henderson,
John Green, farmer, Hopewell,
Thom:, Green, filmier, Oass,
George Gorsuch, farmer. Penn,
Henry L. Harvey, founder, Franklin.
Jam. Iseit, thrmenn,
William Kemp, e a ter, Alex: marl,
Ephraim Kvler, mason. Clay,
David Hindi, blacksmith, Franklin.
Henry Lee, farmer, Jakson,
Samac-I 31eManigal, farmer, Clay,
John Simpson, fitrmer, Huntingdon,
Alexander Stewart, jr., farmer, Warri,
Philip 1), &mos, teacher, Ca,svillr , ,
Daniel Trontwine. ftrmer..lece k .
Man, Zeigler, Miner. Penn.
TRAVERSE JUROR S .
Beid. F. Baker,' carpeWer To.l,
Klanlns Corbin, shoemaker Cas, i;;,,
Eli Crimea, fonnder, Franklin,
Wm. Dorris, sr., gentleman, liuntingd
James Fleming, farmer, Dabiiii,
Jelin fin tton. farmer Vition, -
flts, Cates, sr., laborer, Frtit.kiii,
Jelin Herne:inn, ntriner Shirht.,
John 11,,, thriller Springneo
.1.1, Hight, farmer, Render ~,.
William Hagrus, 41joetnaker, 1;,.- r ,.,
Joseph Heffner, farmer, Cla:,
Sand. Hatfield, irommaster, 1 . .. tr r.
John Hutchison, farmer Warr:owe:al.
George Hawn, farmer, Brady,
Joel Isenberg. farmer Porter,
Geo. W. Johnston, Manager, Jack.. 1.
W ie. B. Johnston, Franklin;
•. - !•11 :; i orb, laborer, Franklin,
11 , .;:ry 1.. Larmot, farmer Clap,
Win. Lincoln, farmer, Walker,
floury T.ower; bricklayer, Huntithelon,
Jsool. Longeitectter, carpenter, Wei!,
John Laport, former, Franklin,
Isase Long, farmer Juniata,
Alva Lynn, plnsterer, Crontv,:!,
PorryMmre, farmer. Itlorir, •
Thomas Miller, farmer, llarrec,
Jacob Miller, scrivener, Huntingdon,
Jelin K. McLain, farmer, Dublin,
William M , 'Nite, gentleman, Shirley-ilni:
Samuel Miller, J. P. Shirley.
Wm. P. iMeNite, farmer Shirley
John :McDonald, teacher, West,
Edwin .1. Neff; int , keeper, West,
James Oliver, farmer Juniata.
Henry Putt, farmer, Hopewell,
Samuel Smith, gunsmith Cnsnille,
Samuel Stewart, surveyor, Jackson,
Benedict Stevens, J. H., shrin7nom,
Jacob Swope. p'amerer, Clay.
Samuel Silkuitter, farmer. Barree,
Malan Strickler. eirmer, West,
Benjamin Sprankle, farmer, Morris,
John C. Watson, iroiHnnster, Brady,
liendet son Wmton. labbrer, • Onion.
'IRA VERSE JURORS.
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Win. 13. Millennia, fanner, Werrierunat
Abraham Branstetter, farmer,Warriorsir
James Black, farmer Porter,
Eench Chileote, farmer, Tod.
David erre, cabs. maker, Warriersmark,
Wm. Cunningham, laborer, Warriorsniai
Josiah Ciinningliani, farmer, Barree,
Darius Doyle. earpenter., Clar,
John Dell farmer, Cass,
Jackson Emmert. fanner. Hopewell,
Ballets Ealy, blacksmith, Brady,
John Eberts, farmer, Franklin,
Carmen T. Green, Calmer, Barree,
Daniel Gray, laborer, Brady,
Luther 'lineman, farmer, Cromwell,
Samuel Hagey, farmer Brady,
Thompson Id. Hardy, farmer, Hendersoi
James Johnston, laborer Cars,
Joseph Rao le, farmer, Porter,
Francis A. McCoy, farmer, Brady,
Jninet McNeal. farmer, Tell,
James MeMenigal, farmer, Barren,
Robt. MoCurney, merehant, Jackson,
John Noble, munpmaker, Casaville,
Martin Orlady, farmer, &nee,
Jacob Russel, farmer, Hopewell,
David Rupert, farmer. Henderson,
Joseph Rhodes, farmer Cromwell,
Lewis Stever, farmer, Cass,
James Saxton, merchant, Huntingdon,
Alexander Stitt, gentlemen, Alexandria,
Thomas Teague, carpenter, Dublin,
David S. Vance, painter, Jackson,
Abraham Weight, farmer, Franklin,
I', 13. Wallace, blacksmith, Huntingdon,
John Zimmerman, farmer Tod.
This is a new and valuable improver
and is better. cheaper, smaller, lighter,
simple, requires less power, wilt chaff and
grain and seeds inure rapidly, and will
greater economy, than any other Grain F
use. Send fur a descriptive catalogue to
L Boyer & Bro., Agricultural implement
Sept. 2911, 1859.--6 m..