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THE HUNTINGDON GLOB A DEMOCRATIC FAMILY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND GENERAL N EWS, &C.
tJed 1:,lo dry.
DY GEORGE P. MORYIS
I'm with you once again my friends,
No inure my footsteps roam,
Where it begun my journey ends,
Amid the scenes of home.
No other clime has skies so blue,
Or streams so bread. and clear,
And earth no heart so warm and true,
As those that meet me here.
Since last, with spirits light and free,
1 pressed my native laud,
I've wandered many miles at sea.
And miles on land
..,een all nations of the, earth,
Of every hue and tongue,
Which taught inc how to prize the worth
Of that from which I sprung.
In distant: countries when I heard
The music of my own
0 how my echoing heart was stirred!
It bounded at the tone!
But when a brother's band I grasped,
Beneath a foreign sky,
With joy convulsively grasped,
Like one about to (lien
My native land I come to you
With h]e.,,sing and with prayer,
':t here man is brave and - woman true,
And frees Ws7 mountain air.
if,cng Diaz,- on: ilia: in triumph wave
Ziu~l ti world ( - unlit - la,
ti nd frieilds a welcome, 1 . .,C2S grave,
On land and ocean find.
1.4 at Li
1 * ‘t 19` - ' ' t ;—.l:ritisilant'O'LLs.
j'AD.I.3S 3 CICH.IIIIAN,
On the 23d of April, 1721,
AT STONY RITTER,
On the i a tc ra :-I,ypo_of the Alleoilanics
i elltered Dicicinsc.n College.
t•atittated with Di.-,thigui&Jeti. Honor
Thuyc , ar,
eyanneacctil the i , thily of Law, and - was
Aihail:Led. to the - flay, Nuveralier 17,
in; Career in the
P,C)FF:'...--lON W - .`...s A : . .. , ..7:1.11. - .CS or SUCCESSIV-E TRI-
Te made a pc-7.-orfal speech in favor of a vie
'oßious ov THE WAR WITH wzrAr.
1;1;1 TA IN,
.And vo I k.r.-, t e r ~-. d
S A o - ormoN snip: ETZ,
in the rnnks
Ile - was elec:tell moinl)er of the
Vliere he declared — That the Invading Ene
ats must be driven from our shores," and
Proclaimed himself in favor of
THE RIGHTS or
TilE NATURALIZED CITIZEN,
And opposed to
Tho Proscription ff Foreigners.
He was again. e le c ted.
the re and in
lis:2o, was sent to Congress; was
re-elected for five successive terms.
And during these ten years in Congress,
he immortalized himself for eloquence,
and made the world. acknowledge
him - to be a statesman: and.
in IS2I, he spoke in
MILZT.,r i ATPROPREVTIONS
Aga /1/.YI the Ban7,•)7q; ;
In Support; of the
And proelaimed himself opposed to
and a repre,,entative neither of the East, nor
West, the :.corth nor South,
DTI' Ton. THE COUNTRY'.
lie spoke in favor of the :Niagara Sufferers
in the. War of 1S1:2, and for the Presidency
pronounced liintelf emphatically,
FORDB Bit? J-1 (I.A.;')' 0-V.
10 .1_ 4 2.5,
He analyzed the
J and. spoke, in favor of the
Indcperulence of the South American
States. In .1.82(3, lie declared, in
Congress, that Spain
cede to 110 government but
that of the
ISLAND OF CIMA,
maae a triumphant
speech in support of pen
sions fur Revolutionary Soldiers
in he took a strong position in favor of
retrenchment in national expenses. In 1830,
he made his profound speech on the impeach
ment of J udge Peck, and vindicated the rights
of the Public Press. In 1531, he voluntari
ly retired from Congress. In 1532, Presi
dent -Jacksoa appointed him
MINISTER, TO R USSLI,
lle succeeded in making a most important
C , ,mmercirrl rpmiy.
In 1533, he was eleete, - 1 to the
'UNITED STATES TE.
In I 834,
lie took his seal, and in a; masterlyspeech
on French Reprisals, declared that we must
not only asset our rights but maintain -them.
In .1535-6, he attacked incendiary publica
tions. Ile liecame. at tile mate time Lae ex-
-17 Dr; it of -n ti on sy path) - fur
11l 1537, he tiiok ;strong ground in fa
vor of the Expunging
A lc D JAcKEON
to lie the Savior of the Liberty
of our Country ; and in speak
ing upon our relations with
Mexico, uttered that sentence which will be
inunortal as our own glorious history; -"
LIONS TO DEVEND °tn. EIGUTS ; BUT NOT CF.2`.:T
TIIIIIUTE." TIE IS TO BE PRESI-
Di!iNT OF OCR UNION.
The Cause of Prairies
In a recent number of Life Illustrated,
over the signature of "Bluff," in notes anti
queries, occurs the following question.—
What is the cause of prairies without tim
her, or the best theory on the subject?"
Having resided for a number of years in the
prairie country of the West, the same inqui
ries have often arisen in my mind, and I
would here in answer, state the conclu
sion on which I have arrived ou the subject.
It is an opinion held by many, that the
prairie region of the West was once covered
by the waters of a'great inland sea or lake,
and that in process of time, by geographical
causes, it was elevated to its present level.
The theory is also supported by the fact,
that in many places there have been found
at various depths beneath the surface, re
mains of different kinds, but especially leaves
of trees, bark, cinders, etc.
There appears to be two principal causes
for the existence of prairies in their present
state. These are the Close sod of the prairie
grass, - which tends to prevent the
- non and Wt . ': growth of the seed of trees ; and
the fires, which in I - inhabited parts, so fre
quently sweep over the country and destroy
the young trees which have succeeded in
establishing themselves in the soil.
These views are sustained by various reas
ons. The soil of the woodlands that skirt
the prairies is mostly of a different quality
from the prairie soil, and thus more favora
ble to the growth of trees than of grass.
Lying along the bluffs which follow the
course of streams, it is more broken and
hilly. It is of a poorer quality, being more
exposed to the washings of the rains. Again,
where the country is .settled, and the fires
excluded, we frequently observe a growth
briers and hazel. These are soon dioked
out by the hardy plum and crab-apple, which
later in time give place to the still more
flourishing Brest trees. Sometimes the bri
er or hazel composes the strip next the open
prairie ; interior of this, and nearer the tim
ber, the plum, black haw and crab-apple are
found; then come the young forest trees,
finally the full grown timber. We have
seen quite extensive tracts undergoing this
process of transformation. The facts here
:7iven are sufficient to convince our own
mind, although we do not claim that the
opinions expressed would stand the test of a
more scientilic investigation.
Elephantine Wrestlers in aapan
"'The attention of all was suddenly rivet
ed upon a body of monstrous fellows, who
tramped down the beach like so many huge
elephants. They were professional wrest::
lers, and formed part of the retinue of the
princes, who kept them for their private
amusement and for public entertainment.—
They were twenty-five in number, and were
men enormously tall in stature, and immense
in weight of flesh. * * * They were all
so immense in flesh that they appeared to
have lost their distinctive features, and seem
ed to be (irily tv. - enty-five masses of fat. Their
eyes were barely visible through a long per
spective socket, the prominence of their no
ses was lost in the puffness of the bloated
cheeks, and their heads were almost set di
rectly on their bodies, with merely folds of
flesh where their neck and chin arc usually
found. Their great size, however, was more
owing to the development of music than to
the deposition of fat ; for, although they were
evidently -well fed, they were not less well
exercised and capable of great feats of
strength. As a preliminary exhibition of the
power of these men, the princes set them to
removing the sacks of rice to a more conve
nient place on the shore for shipping. Each
of the sacks weighed not less than one hun
dred and twenty-five pounds, and. there were
only a couple of the wrestlers who did not
carry each two sacks at a time. They bore
the sacks on the right shoulder, lifting the
first from the ground and. adjusting it with
out help, but obtaining aid for raising the
second. One man carried a sack suspended
by his teeth, and another taking one in his
arms, turned repeated somersaults as he held
it, and apparently with as much ease as if his
tons of flesh had been so much gossamer, and
his load. a feather."—Dr. Hawk's 2Varratice,
of Japan Exped.
RICHT AND LLrT.—The )
_nee Press, a rank Ab lition paper, with Fre
mont at ifs mast head, discourses in this style
of his candidate. Hear him
"His explorations in the West attest his
perseverance and courage. Aside from these,
IN WHAT lIAS HE DISTINGUISHED
HIMSELF ? Tine, he was a member qf the
CalUivitia legi.ylature, and served for part
of a term in the United States Senate. HE
'WAS LONG ENOUGH IN BOTH TO SATISFY THE
OBSERVING TIT.ST. MS FIELD OF GLORY IS ON
THE PRAIRIES AND IN TUE MOUNTAINS OF THE
WEST, and NOT IN THE SENATE CHAM
BER OR EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT OF
And again growing eloquent and romantic
over the hero of the "ride of the one hun
dred," he comes clown on his Black Repub
lican Presidential representatives in the fol
"But the adventures of the pith : finder will
arouse no enthusiasm amo7zry thepeople. They
may admire his daring, lust settle down in
conviction that SOMETHING - MORE TIIA.N
THE SAGACITY OF A HUNTER OR AN
INDIAN GUIDE IS 'NEEDED IN A PRESI
DENT. THE PEOPLE ARE SICK OF
PUPPETS SET UP FOR THEIR HOMAGE
BY POLITICIANS. ri
AC __nun de m a n d a
Statesman at the helm of the ship of State—
a Statesman who has been tried and found
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IE US TIN (.4 DON & BROAD TOP
L RAIL 110. AD. A NEW AND DIRECT ROUTE
To BEDFORD SPRINGS! SUMMER ARTANGEML.'NT.
On and after Tuesday July la, 1F , 56, Trains will leave
daily (Sundays excepted) as fulloWs
Leave Hunt ing,lon
" I'leazant. Grove...
"?Ilu la e -burg
" et.ll..`e 'Run
" ,Rough S.; Ready.
" lax ton
Arrive at Hopewell
Leave I f unting,lon
" 3r Con 11,211.1t015 - 11 5.43
cc I'lQat=ttnt (;rove
" Marl:his_burg (I.o` , " .........8.:55
" Coffee ltnn 11.13 ic 8.24
'' Rtingh Si Ready C''l '' 5.16
" Fishers' Simunit ,i.:42 4: '.. 05
" tisattni 0.50 ic 7.45
" Christi's 7.10 TAVVC . 7.10
The inornihir train fix• the mines and 11, iUntil mill C. l
n( et with the Philadelphia train west at Huntingdon.—
The 2 o'clock train still connect, with the tnitil train east
and west on the Penns3lvania Railroad. The 9 o'clock
I' 31 train trout ti n t mines and Benford will e,inneet with
the light ni in; train cast on the Pennsylvania Eailrontl. •
Pitsseners 'by this' route to Beiiford Springs, villa half
ii day in time and save two dollars in fare over any other
Fifty hounds of baggago ailoa - c•d each prtcf•on ger.
For any further Information inquire ut the office of
Trap -portation Doparunent. hoot owlon.
TOST—On Wedite,s.clay the 30th ult.,' a
3 4 GOLD BE EAST-PIN. with film , . :, , ttinge; of
1117111i0,1 E. H. C. The finder loving it at thi, office. kill be
liicralll rfAvonlott. Anguat tt, Vir
,c 1.51 .
Leave ...... ..12.23
ALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
The tunlersignel offer at private sale, A TRACT OP
PINE LtikIESTONE. LAND, situate in Woodcock Valley,
Ibm tin gden county. about one mile from McConnells town,
one and a half from the Broad Top Rail Road, and six and
r hal f from the Pennsylvania Rail Road and Canal at Hun
tingdon. There are 451 ACRES in the whole tract, 200 of
which are cleared and in good cultivation; 100 acres are in
clov,'r and 20 in timothy. It is all GOOD LIJIESTOiIrE
LAND, and can conveniently be divided into twci. or more
There arc a good Thud! Iva house, Framc - Stable,
Double lam and Dathaildiugs and Two Orchards,
..1= on the property.
A 4reani,sunicient Mr a &nu Mill runs through it, and
there are springs in every Debi except one.
The land which is not cleared is well covered with Pop
lar. Chesnut, Whitcoale, Hickory, Walnut, Locust and Ma
ple timber of the hest quality.
There is a good Lime Kiln on the farm, and cc Vein of
Fossil Ore runs through the land. which will make iron
,equal to any manitfitetured on thelluniata.
The land is all patented, and an indisputable title will
Posse , ,sion given after the first of April next.
TERMS—One fourth in band. an a l the residue in three
equal annual instahnents with interest.
Any further information desired, will be given by MILES
& DORRIS. iitleingdOn. ThstEt. ILENNES on the premises,
or the undersigned at Kittaning.
A. .k.; A. REYNOLDS,
Ex,-cutors qiThicht Reynolds, deceased.
:Tray 65,1856.-3 in
X:Z-Patriot C Union, irarilsburg, Intelligencer, Lancas
ter, Gazette, Beading, each publiAt 3 m. and send bill to
STOVES ! STOVES !----The undersign
ed wauld respectfully call the attention of .....---
C.,untry Merchants and those wanting Stoves, to .: rff.Fitt I
their extensive stock of Stoves, Gas, (Wens, Fur- ~1 % .
tr aces, &c., &c., comprising a greater assortment
than can be found at any other Store in the United States.
Purchasers will find it an advantage to give us a call be
fore buying elsewhere. Fin: sale wholesale and retail, on
the most liberal terms. IsIEXIA:t.; St WARNICK,
N, E. corner 2nd and Race streets. Philadelphia.
N. B. They aro Agents for the celebrated Macgregor
ITQating Stores. April 9,1856-3711.
"\TOTlCE.—Allpersons indebted by
book account or otherwise to Cu}. Gco.-Gwin, arc
notified that colleethin of 4111cl:1'1'ms unpaid by the first day
of -August next, will after that be enforced by law.
Huntingdon, June 4, 1550. Assignee.
`r -- . 11.HE NEATEST AND BEST AS
SORTMENT OF BOOTS AND SHOES, JUST - RE
c.tV ED BY LEVI WESTIIIIOOK.
Ladie6 and gentlemen are invited to call and qi
examine my beautiful ast:ortment of • Boots and
Shoes of all sizes, of the late,t styles, for all ages.
Huntingdon, .Tuned, 1856.
pooTs, SHOES, G-AITORS, AND
-FASITIONARDE HATS '
SELLING AT VERY LOW PRICES,
AT 11. ROMAN'S CLOTILING STORE.
.311i7 SIC.---MBS.HANIGER, has
taken rooms in the old Pre,byterian Church for the
purpo,e of giving lessons on the GuitaV, Melodeon and
Piano, and in vocal
TERms—.. l 3lo Per quarter of twenty-four lessons at her
room , . and $1.5 par quarter when the lee.ons are given at
the reeidence of pupae in town. She will also teach the
German and French languages. Huntingdon May 28, '35
NEW G OCERY _KTORE.
- Erei v rhin g of the 7teet Cliecyper Man elsewhere.
LUTE 5.7 . 31eDIY IT inform the citizens of Huntingdon
and virdtdty, arid the public, in general that they have jnet
opened in Market Square. in the thy, iiing Ii rmerly oceu.
pied by ill-t.quire. Snare, a hamb-ome a-...ortment of the ino-it
el [0 CF., inchalingevery article 'kept
in the beet Grocery Store, in the city. I laving a moat run
ning, we are dui - elm:mai to necomodate the public - with the
fre•-heet and beet. Give us a call and examine fur your
tun tingdon, 7.11ay 2L 1S7)11
cREA.II, CAKES AND CON
FECTIONAIPC.—The star:crib:A- will ftwni , li at :short
fhtnilies or 1 artier, in or of town. with either
or all of tin al .eve articles. 11 is assort - meta of Confection
arks is of the he,,t. and his Tee Crean/ and-C:11:d shall give
satisthetion. Give hint a call. . _
Minting - dm - 1. !ray 21, 1S:hl.
All GAINS B A Li GAIN S I —The
Coods in Cul. Gnin's 'btore are belling off by retail
Al: COST: and they n ill be sold below frost and upon lime
to any one who will buy the whole stock, or a large part
Jrniitingann, :Nur! 11, ISSCr
QADDLERS' improYed splitting and
L) gauge Knives for sale at the rirtrall'aVe ,tore of
JAS. A. BROWN &
Q,CYTHES and SNATHES. Graiu
1,„_) and Gross Scythe; of the best hrand and gnality. Al
so, a variety of Patent and Screw Adjusting Su a flay
Fork,;did Rakes, for sale :It the ifardware Store of •
J. A. IiIIOWN & CO. .
STONES with friction rollers,
G Ri N D
whetstones, Oil Stones, also Knives aml Forks,
Spoons, Scissors, &c., decidedly the best assortment in the
county. Porcelain, Tinned and Plain Boilers, Stewing,
Frying and Baking, Pans, for sole at prices which make it
the interest of purchasers to call at the llardware Store of
JAS. A. BROWN & CO.
Air C ERE I 4—lin whole and half bar
a_ rek. i:oE HERRING by the half barrel,' for
mile at the cheap grocery of
Ql7 ...s , IM ER Cii0T111.2;(11.
.....j Sinnutor C - _oats, - 57 1 ,41
Slimmer Pants, - - - - 871;
:•,:tttunter Test , , 5717
AT T.07.11A.7.i'S CLOTIIINCt STOItE
ISTRAT 11: S N TIC E.-
,- - T ettet , of Admini-tratinn nn the bliitato of Elizabeth
Long, late of Shirley township, 11untiumden county, deed . ,
having been grmted to undersigned, all persons in
debted to said deeessed will please make payment. and
those haring claim, will present them properly authenti
cated for settlement. :BAIN LONG, Administrator.
Shirleysburg. :July 16. 1536.
RODS I Armitage's Pa
p 4TENT OF SIT PERIOR ELECTRIC MAGNET LIGHT
INENG RODS. it is now admitted on all hands, that every
building to be secure from the destructive influences of
lightning .•hould he provided With-a good conductor.
Tho large number of n•orthlcse rods that are put up
males it nece , ,eary for purchzuere to examine the merits
of the different rode offered for sale.
The public need but to exami ne Armitage's rods to be
convinced that they are constructed open not only the
best, bit the only safe principle of any roil in use.
Over MOO of the=c• rod, have already been put op with
out the loss of a.dollar', worth of property by lightning in
any building to which they have been attached, which is
the best evidence that they are perf•etly seenre. I. leave a
few on hand which I will sell for les, than htlf of (be re
tail price asked by Armitage. to clo-e not my stna - .. Can
soon at Colon'. Book Store : - Huntingdon, Pa.. where they
can be bad of W M. COLON,
linntin , fdun, IG,
QIIPERI.OII 17.NNILLA. 3; F. A N f o r
sale at the Clioap Drug 5t , ..,;•e,
kt i 126.96.36.199.'i CriF,
(lITIIATE of )Iw.rne:, - ia for sale at the
awl Cap Pru;; Storr s ifr ffrmtim , :dori, f'a,
nLASS of all sizes from >ixl 0 to '20x30,
k_A received and for rale bv 11" I I,J.T A "..1 S Cr).
17111 7, :S1.1 lot of _Balm of a Tfloii.4,a rid
Plower.:, fur F;alr. at the now Drug, Taney a:vl I'ary,t3i
More, JTarhot Square. Ituuting,l,n, Pa.
A. LI JAS. no I :TV—
pORSEY k DOE - Ca-IEIIT Y, Whole
y Dealeril in TOBACCO AND SEGA RS, N(1. 11
North Fifth St met, Philadelphia,
).A.LSAAI. for sal:: at the Cheap
Drug Store of WM. 'WILLIAMS et CO.
')RIME lot of Farina, just received and
for sale. at WILLTAMS CO'S,
ATRIGLET? 8 Hair Regenerator or Ani
l.' V ber Gloss. for sale at WILLIAMS & Co's.
TEAS from 15 to '2,2, emits per qmirter,
at LOVE ct 7.111MV11"8:
FLOUlt—Always on hand and for sa.le
LovE YEDI NITS GROCERY.
LEMON SIRUP, a genuine article, for
”aie by WM. WILLIAMS & CO.
I4liesh — lot of Aver's Cherry l'ecteral for
• , lo at IViMaw+ .f; . ''o" - , Cheap Prii . g . Store.
QC.HENCK'S Puthnonie Syrup fur the
cure of Comumption, for sode by
WILLIAMS S: CO'S.
TUSBAND'S celebrated Calcined Mg.'
nesia, for Sale at the CHEAP DRUG STORE, 31;:c
-ket ;•Ninare, Ifuntinklon, Pa.
rrOBIAS' Velletim Liniment, for sale
by WILSTAMS Sz
ILUM—A genuine article for sale
h 2- wm. WILLIAMS CO.
At the Cheap Store fTIVM. WILLTAMS 4: GO
JOIN SCOTT, A-ssitinee
PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS CARDS.
I)R. JOHN MeCULLOCII, offers his
professional services to the citizens of Huntingdon
awl vicinity. Office at Mr. 'Hildebrand's, between the Ex
change and Jackson's Hotel. Aug. 28, '55.
rp P. CAMPBELL, Attorney at Law,
Office in the 'brick row near the Court ICou:e.
JOJIN SCOTT. . SAMUEL T. BROWN.
QCOTT & BROWN; Attorneys'at Law,
1,,) nun tingdon, Pa. Office same as that formerly occu
pied by Mr. Scott. Huntingdon, Oct. 17, 1S: 3.
JfiN N. PRO WELL, Attorney at Law,
- win attend-faithfully to all legal business entrusted
to his care. Huntingdon, July 20,1555.
-- TORN FRISCH, Watch. Maker,
t i Can be found at E. Suare's Jewelry Store. All e_:, -r PA
work warranted. March 13, 1855.
y SIMPSON. AFRICA; County Sur
e.) veyor. Huntingdon, Pa. Office on Mil street.
DRS. MILLER & FRAZER,
:DENTISTS, Huntingdon, Pa. Offices <WV?
on Hill street, opposite the Court House, and
: , .:orth East corner of Hill and Franklin. Jan. 9, 1856.
& W. SAXTON,, Huntingdon, Pa.—
Dealers ill Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware, queens
ware, Hots, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Grain, &c., &c.
Dcalor iu Books, Stationary, Wail Parr, d:o. Co
p c , Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, ITaraltiare, gneens
v;i-re, 'Hats and Caps, Boots and Sliocs, &c.
JJM: CUNNINGHAM 4k, BRO.,
Founders, Huntingdon, Pa
) C. McGILL,
pl., 0 l'crunder, Alexatdria, Huntingdon county, Pa
1 - 71rOSES STROUS,
Dealer• in Dry Goods, Ready Made Clothing, Gra
ceases. Doot: , , and Shoos, Hats and Caps, etc. •
- f - g - RomAINT ).
_a_m_ o Dealer in Mealy Made Clothing, Hats rinel Caps,
Boots : o il Shoes, Sc.
)3 Dealer is Dry (foods, Ready Made Clothing, Croce' ,
ie4,'Queensware, &C. &c.
I - 1 1Ni 'WESTBROOK, .
I Dealei in Gentlenen's : Ladies' and Misses' Boots,
ONG & I)IWKER,
Dealers in Groceries, Confectionaries, Queennvare,
Watchmaker and dealer in Watches, Clocks, and Jew
.Dealer in Watcic., Clocks, Jewelry, Musical Instill
J. ULLA)) S,
Ornamental Marble Mannfacturei
OVE and McDIVIT,
L Dealers in Groceries, Confectionaries, Flour, Sc
J.A.S. A. 131101 V .N and CO.,
Dealers in all kinds of Hardware
CI,UNNINGIIA.M. and DUNN,
j Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queens
ware. Grain; &e. &c.
Carriage ana Waggon illarnifaturer.
•. Proprietor cif the. Farnters' Horne Tlotel
A . NDREW 11 E B 5,
Proprietor of the Broad Top rrouso
TO.I-LN F. RAMEY, Practical Surveyor,
ty Huntingdon, Pa. Office on hill street, one door east
of the lluntiugdon Mu.rble - Yard.
Itrrnansens—L. T. Watson, Philadelphia; J. P. Leslie,
Geologist, Philadelphia; Charles Mickley, ROugli and
Ready Furnace, Tirol. Jonathan MlVilliams.
JDAMS & CO'S EXPRESS. T. K.
SIMONTON. „Agent, Huntingdon, l'a. ' Money, Park
age>, and Clouds or all kind; received and MrwarillA at the
risk or the Company, to all the cities and principal towns
In tim 'United Stut,s.
J3,13150N, DORRIS & CO.,
minors, anti Dealers in Droado Top Coal, Tfuntingaon
1.1.11] & PORT,
1 Miners, t i a - n lDealers in Broad Top Coal, ll:nningaon
TrESSLER, WILITNEY (20.,
_lAA:Miners, and Dealers in Broad Top Coal, 'Huntingdon
- 7, - !3OWEL, SAXTQN CO.,
inineri. and Dealers in Broad Top Coal. J. W.Saxdon,
limitingdon t.,11. Dare Powel, 313 Withuit 5t., Philadelphia.
13rpHE BEST CHEESE always on hand
13 v.t:l-1 cts., at LOYE L NeDIVITS.
rtIOBACCO, Segars and Snuff, the best,
nt LOYE W mcDryrrs.
EST SUGARS, from S to 15 cents,
pat - LOTp f MeDITITS.
TJEST .COFFEE; at 14 cents, to be haq
) at LOVE k MeDI TITS.
11)E ST MOLASSES from 50 to 75 cts.,
) by the gallon, at LOVE & MeDITITS.
3iffit., ED PICKLES, Pepper Sauce and
_L; Catsup, at LOVE & 7.SIeDrI'ITS.
11 - MBRELLAS and Parasols, of a new
style, just received, and for sale by
J. 4; SAXTON".
ARE you afflicted with Rheumatism ?
JOHN C. 'WESTBROOK, of Cassville. inaimfactures
a sure cure for Rheumatism. Deeem bee T, 1855.
B. B. M USGRAVE & CO.", Whole
sale Druggists. and Dealers in Drugs, Spices,
Chemicals. Dye-Stutf, Acids, Glassware, Paints, Oils, Glass.
&c., 376 Market Street above litli, South Side, Ditilmlel
1 - Os—Druggists and country merchantt are requested to
give them a call and examine their stock and prices, before
making their purcha , es. May 28,1856.
L Test Zinc Paint only V. CS per keg.
rilre 'Mae Lead of 5 . .'2, ST per Isle'''.
And tstlyrr paint 4 in proportion : ist the, cheep Trardware
i•tf,re of .I. A. .131t011" S 4C:. CO.
fibt:ll,l)ERS, do you believe it? Nails
.) are :r,ellir,g et :1;4 110 per keg, at HI , rr.w Hardware
t , ,re of J. A. 13IL1)WN A; CO.
\11 -AC K Codfish', • Salmon, _Her
rin pork, J.lauta & Sides, ShoUlders, Lard arid
eototatilly on hand and for side by
J. PALMER & "CO.,
April 2, 1185il-tlria. Market Street. Winn f,
p k itUGS ! DRUG S I DRUG-S !
WILLTAMS & CO. have just received from Plilla
ifilphia. a new and fresh supply of .•
I) t MS ; AI ELY; I N ES,
PAINTS and BRUSHES,
Perfnmery. Fancy Soaps, Fluid, Campllene, Turpentine,
Alrmhol, and a general assortment of Arti;it Colors acrd
fic”-beg, Spines Of all kinds, Window Glass of all sizes,
and Putty, all kinds of Varnish, Japan, Copal No. I.- and
2. Coach body and Black Spirits, Pure Cbd Liver Oil for
the cure of Rheumatism, Scrofula. Goat, Lumbago,Tetter,
Chronic Erysipelas, Chronic Sore Byes, White Swelling,
Glandular Swelling, Pulmonary Consumption, Chronic
Bronchitis, Rickets. and for all diseases of the skin-, by the
quart. gallon. or smaller quantity.' The Balm of a Thous
and Flowers, the greatest ritiiiedy of the age for baldness
and purifying the skin. John.ll. Patethorp's celebrated
cure Mr Fever and 'Ague. .X 6 Cure, .141.) Pay. Price Sl.
Fine Tobacco and SegarS. All the abOVe with a number of
articles too tedious to mention, for sale et the new cheap
Drug Store of W. WILLIAMS k CO..
Diamond Square, opposite Couts' Hotel.
Huntingdon, July 2, 1.156.
k_SOMETHING- NEW IN HUNTING
DON.—The celebrated Centre county Iron for sale at
the following prices: 4 cents per lb.; for common assorted
3,11: inches square and round up, 434 cents; for home shoo
and spike rods, including% and.);'., in, square, ands cents
for nail rods, at the cheap store of
CUNNINGHAM & MINN.
Huntingdon, June 17, 1556.
BROAD TOP HOUSE. ANDREW
MOEBEIS would respectfully inform the public wr...
that he has fitted up the Broad Top House. on Ails
glictiy street, at the Broad Top Depot, Huntingdon.
and is now prepared to entertain straugcrs and travellers
in an unobjectionable style.
His table will always be supplied with the Substantials
and delicacies of the season. Ills Bar is furnished with the.
choicest liquors. In a word, no pains will be spared to
render guests comfortable and happy. June 18.
SPERMACETI, a prime lot, for sale by
WM. WILLIAMS A: CO.
EN DINE Electric Oil for sale at the
CHEAP DRUG STORE, Market Square.
THE HUNTINGDON FOUNDRY IN
. BLAST AGAIN I—The subscribers take this method
of informing their friends and tho public generally, that
r - they have rebuilt the Huntingdon Form
," 70' N igsrma dry and are now in successful operation,
15,,,.:4 0 ,4 , t, andareprepared to furnish Castings of
~,1 - ' 1; d, „„,„ eve:'}' description, of best quality and
.„......,.;. ; z workmanship, on short notice, and on
reasonable terms. Farmers arc invited to call and oaant
lac our Ploughs. IVe are manufacturing the Hunter
- Plough. This plough took the first premium at the Hun
tingdon county Agricultural Fair last fall. Also, 31nnter•
celebrated Cutter Ploughs, which can't be beat—together
with the Keystone,
Hillside end Bar-shear plough.. - We
have on baud and are manufacturing Stoves—such as
Cook, Parlor. and Office stoves ibr wood or coal. Hollow
ware, consisting of Kettles, Boilers, Skillets, &c., all of
which we will sell cheap for cash or in exchange for coun
try produce. 01(1 metal taken for castings.' By a strict
attention to business, and a desire to please, we hope to re
ceive a liberal share of public patronage.
J. 11. CUNNINGHAM &I . BRO.
Huntingdon, April 110, 1850.
PECIALNOTICE !—li. C. NcGILL
wishes to inform his friends and the public generally,
..e....--.z..that he has bought the Alexandria Fool-
Ir „ ~,, -s. dry. lately owned by Israel Gratin's, Esq.,
„' F''' titog . ether W ith its 'Patterns, 'Flasks and
K , ,. %:•;-: i a,',;, other content-A. And from his long expe
-1,:---k:-_,..,•ritince in, the business, ho hopes to obtain
'.1.. share of the public patronage. As he has the Foundry
in full operation, lie can furnish all who may give him a
call with all kinds of Castings, such as *Rolling, Mill. Forge,
Grist and Saw Mill Cititings—impro‘ ed Thrash iing Machine
Castings. And in a short time will have Cook Stoves of
various ;sizes and improved patterns for wood 'and coal.—
Also, ten-plate, air-tight, parlor, aud bar-room stoves, of
various sizes, fur wood or coal. Also, Castings for houses,
cellar grates, Bitch as Lintels, Sills, St.-L weights, etc.—
Ploughs of every description, the latest and most improved
styles. Also, Sled Soles and 'Wagon - Boxes, oven frames.
large bells, and water pipes. hollow ware—consisting of
kettles, boilers, etc. • dlaving turning lathes he will be
able to furnish any of the above no-ned articles of either
wood or iron—and all other kinds of Cast ings, " - too nu
merous to mention,” all of which will he sold cheaper than
ever for Cash and all kinds of country produce:' Old metal
will be taken in-exchange for castings. Tiring along your
old metal, your cash and country produce: when any arti
cles are wanted. IL C. .11cU1LI...
Alexandria, April 23,1816.
TO THE PUBLIC.----The undersiomed
informs his friends and the , imblie generally,
that he has leased the FARMERS' HOME 110TEl,, !Mr
in the borough of - aunt ingdon, and is now prepared
to accommodate with hoarding and lodging all who may
favor him with a call. Ills Bar is furnished with the best
.k. LIVERY STABLE d
—lre hag also provide
himt•elf 'with, a good stock of Horses, Car
riages; &c.. for the accommodation of the pub
lic, at reasonable charged.
Him tin gdon, April 7, 1550
BOOKS I BOOKS I 40,000 Volumes
of new and pepnlar Books, embracing every variety
„..-;,.... A .,, utnally kept in a i'llibulelphia Book - Store.
.. : ::4',,:_; . .,: : ;;;,, and many of then, at halt' the Puldklier's
c :cir_ t =:::7l r /t . I-' retail prices ; the subsertivir now offers to
, All School Books used in the county can
be hail in any quantities at retail and wholesale rates.
- Foolscap, Letter, and 'Wrapping paper,
Wholesale, or by the reatn.
100 Superior Gold Pens with - Silver and
Gold cases, from til. upwards.
Also Pocket and Pen Knives of l'on.e , --'
JL v , al,
and others' beat mannfact ore. .
100 Splendid Port itionniaes and Pocket
Rooks at 20 cts. and upwards.
3,000 pieces Wall Paper of the lateqt and
prettiest styles, just received from New York and Phila
delphia. prices from 10 ci, a piece and upwards.
500 beautifully painted and gold lilted
Window Shades at .11 cis. and upwards.
The palic have hut to call mid examine, to be convinc
ed_ that in /MI:, ing of. the above stock they will be pleased
mid also save money. Remember the place, - corner of
Montgomery and MLitt cad streets. W3l. COLON.
Huntingrian. April 10, 15511.
NEW 'GOODS"! 11EIV GOODS AT
D. P. CAWUN'S. D. P. Gwin has jest received from
Philadelphia large and beautiful as.,a talent ~f sprin g .
and Slimmer Goods, consisting. or the most fashionable
Dress Goods for Ladies and Gentle:me, such as Black
Silks, Chamelion awl Fancy Silks, Silk Chalk, Challi
lains, Spring Styles or Hamilton Delains, Bar:eges„
Wool Del:ties, Fancy and Domestic Gingham.
Madonna Cloth, Alpaca, Lawns, and Prints of every de
Also it large lot of Dress Trimmings, Dress
nuttons, Bonnet silks, Ribbons, 6.10 N -ca. Mitts, Hosiery,
Laces, Veils, Collars, Underslecves,, Chhaizetis, Mohair
Head Dresses. Summer Sltawls, &e.
Also, Cloths, Black and Blue, Black. and
Fancy Ca.ssimers, Cassinets,,Yestings, Cotton Drills, Nan
keen, Muslim: bleached and unbleaclicd, Ticking, Cheeks,
Table Diaper, 'Woolen and Linen Table Covers, and a vari
ety of goods toonnmerons to mention.
Also, - Bonnets and Hats, Boots and Shoes,
?Nueensuare, Hardware, Buckets, Chures,ip'A
übs, Baskets, Oil Cloth,
Groceries, Fish and Salt, and all goods
usually kept in a country store.
My old customers, and as natty new ones as can crowd
in A aro respectfully requested to call and exmui:Au my
All kinds of country produce taken in exchangt, for
goods at the highcA market prices.
Huntingdon, April 9, Hcai.
AN 2 D SU 001)5.
7. & W. SAXTON are now receiving, and now opening,
one of the finest assortments of Goods ever offered to the
citizens of this plat: as follow,:
Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinetts, VestiArs—
Cotton Goods for Summer we ir. llerages,
Lawns and Printo, With other articles the ladies. A
splendid lot of Black Silk, Ladies' striped and barred Dress
,15i1k,.211u-din, Linn Goods. and in fact, every article or wear
ing apparel necessary for the Ladies.
hosiery and Fancy Goods. Also, all kinds
of Dress Trimmings, Gloves, Combs, ribbons, Llair Brood:,
Dress Caps, and every kind 11 , 41;013 - kept in a country store.
Winnets and Straw Hats of the latest styles: silk. crape,
and - straw bonnets. Hats and Caps of the very latest
styles, and of every shape and color.
Boots and Shoes. Our stock of Boots and
Shoes can't be boat for quality and cheapness of prices,
and one of the finest stocks ever offered.
Carpet and Oil Cloth. A splendid assort
ment of Carpet, Druggett, and Oil Cloth. Also—Tlard
ware, the best assortment in ten, not excepting the Hard
ware establishment, and at lower prices. Qneensware,
Groceries, Tobacco. Segars, Willow ware and Cedar \van , .
Ropes, Tow-lines, and Cords, and everything usually kept
in a coantry store, can be had at the Cheap Store of
Huntingdon. April 16, 1556. .1. & W. SA XTON.
ryl . HE CHEAP CORNER FOREVERI
I SPRING and SUMME R -M
GOODS, Ready Cloth
ing,, &c.--13ENJAMIN :JACOBS infiums his old customers
and the citizens of the borough and county of Hunting
don generally, that he has just opened an extensive assort
ment of Goods of all kinds suitable for Spring and Sum
mer, which Will compare in quality and prices with any
others Iwo - m.4lkt to town the present season. His stock
consists of every article of Ladies Dress Goods. Iu part.
Gingliams, Lawns, printed and plain Breges, Prints of all
kinds. Muslins, Gloves. Hosiery, S.e.. &c., iu fact all arti
cles of dress to be found in any other stem in town.
Also, an extensive assortment of •Rea(ly--,
made Clothing, "for mon and boys, for spriiig* and summer
wear, all «•ell made and of good tuaterlOs. Also, Hats,
Caps, Boots and Shoes, of all sizes.
Also, Groceries, Queenswarc, Glassware,
liatilware, equal to any in town; and tnany more articles
"too numerous to mention."
My old customers and the public in general. are invited
to call and examine my new Goods. They will find them
equal in quality, and cc low in price, as any others in the
All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for
Goods at the highest market prices.
thin t ngdon, March 2G. 1856.
OLD STROUS HAS COME AGAIN
with a splendid stock of CLOTHING, made up in
the latest styles of the choicest Goods. The stuck ci.nsists
in part of Dress and Frock Coat =, Pants, Vets, &c., all
of which will be disposed of at low rat( s.
- Also, it, good assortmont of DRY GOODS,
Comprising Bareges, TiSSIUM, Challeys, Laam?, Dril
liantt•s, Lawns. &r.
Also, GROCERIES, &c.
Being anxious to secure a part of the public coutblence
and patronage, I will do my Utmost to merit the same.
and therefore ;you'd earnestly solicit those about purchas
ing any thing in my line, to call 'and examine my Stock
betilre going elsewhere, as I shall always keep a complete
Stock constantly on hand, to enable me to snit the to-qcs
of all who may feel inclined to fitvor me with their custom.
Remember your old friend Mosel _ _ _
Dorris' Building, Huntiagdon, Pa
March 10, ISSG.
j_ROCERY AND CONFECTIONA
kA RY STORE, LONG A; DECEEft, re,p ec tr u n y
form their friends and the public in general, that they
still cotillion the Grocery and Confectionary I
under the Sons'of Temperance Hall, on Main stret, Hun
tingdon, where they have now on band a full and general
assortment of -
Groceries and Con fiy:tioli
which they will sell whole' ale aiM retail. They hare. also
on hand Thickets, Salt, Carpet 3iaz,A, Fancy Articles. &d.,
c.. &c.. all of which they will ell cheap. Country pro
duce taken in exchange fia- Goody—th e cas h pa i d w h en we
have no Goods to suit customers.
As we arc determinA to accommodate all who may call
our store, we invite an examination and trial of our stock.
LONG 14 DECKER.
Inutingdon, Apl. 10, 1556.
FUNTING DON COMMEIRCIAT
8011:00L.—This sellool has hrs , u opened in the Hall
lormely used by the bons of 'Ucuqwrance, on Hill street
The course of instruction embraee,l Single and Doubt('
Entry Book-keeping, Leetures s+n Conatterchd Science and
also Leeturc_s on Commercial Law. Ethics, and. Political
Economy. delivered by members of the Par.
The Student pa,sts through a etar,e comprising, over
four hundred forms. writing out. Journalizing. Posting,
and closing ball- entire sets of Books. solving Problems,
&e., preci,ely as in real bnsines, and in addition to this
he has. large practice in oral and ldackboard ONOreke,:,
opening and closing - Single and Double Entry I,dts,
Partnership. Administvatima,, Joint and Compound Com
pany settlements. in receiving n partner into co-partner
ship, and settling with a retiring one. all of which,
together with various other exercis2s and ralcalations,
cannot, fail to give roll satisfaction and probt the learner.
Students can enter, at any time, a day or evening ehts4,
or both, if they wish—the Hum is -unlimited. They can
leave at any time and return at pleasure without addition.
fiC,e-; Assistance given, when required, in opening and.
For any other particular.; address personally or by let ter,
Minting(lon, April 2, IS;6
- c - to
T RING A NEW .P..SSOIZT-.
MENT :lUST OPENED! and will be sold 30 per cent
CHEAPER than the cheap-st.
DOMAN respectfully informs his customers, and the
public generally, that he has just opened at his store coons
in Market Square, Huntingdon, a splendid new stork of
ClOthing for Sin' I g and S 117;? m er,
which be will sell cheaper than the same quality of floods
can he purchased at retail in Philadelphia or any other
establishment in the country.
Persons wishing to buy Clothing would do well to call
and Carmine his stock behwe purchasing elsewhere.
Aril 2, l .1.
Ti. DON CIIIAG
.:0 E AN])
...47ti WAGON .3.I_I2•:ITFACTOBV.—OWEN BOAT. thank
ful ii,r past ftrnrs. respoct fully in f' , rin't
the public in general that lie has removed
to his WIN' shop OR WO-dlillgtoll r:I . LTI - ,
the property lately add fir many ;leers 1 % • '
espied by Alex. Carman, where he is preoared to manufac
ture all kinds of Carriages. Bue7gies, Ilc,c ' iraways, Wagon;.
and in short, every hind of N (Adele desired. Ilockttways
Anil fluegies of a superior manulllcture and finish fliWay3
on has a and for sale at fair prices.
llepaiting of all kinds done at the shortest notice and on
the most reasonable terms.
}day - Th, 551.
\N EST --111PIVNL OF
_A Goons al the ItItOAD-TriP DEPOT. CUNNIItAIi
A; DUNN. bave.jus received a well selected stock of Spring
and Summer 4.104 k, con,isting, ec
Dry Goads, Groceries
llaralrare. (1110 , m:ware, Co - tam - care. CrOPIUTy-V.11 , .. stone,
anti earthen. Tin I':arc, illeatity-matict
Clothing, and in shut t, ever:„•thing tmity kept m a Conn
Fish, Sall,Bacon and Plaster, kept, eon
stoutly tior :title. Cidt awd examine our cocas mid ji!lgo
for your.,elvo-. All hind- (A country prothitic taken ut tho
higitetti market price iu exeltaite:i• rt.] . 110 , :1 , .
The highest mat it: t l,rirr paid for Clain. - Prompt atten
t paill tstorin:,.7 it3ll: C , krwarding ;di kitias Merchan
Yinv it. -1'7,f1.
7111: 16 . NEBLE Thc — vuldersi..nc,ql
tufty callthe at I,nit ion of the rith:Plig
of linntingdon :tad the ati;oining (-Altai , - to the stock of
it; antiful now' on hand. k privire.l to fnrntdt
at tin- ehertest 0 , 0 ice. .tlninnetit,d Mat Itla, 'fond,. Table.;
and Stones every d,.-fired 0-i - e and form of ihaian or
Eastern 3itt: bit% hinlay flub n-d. t..rved with appro
priate devices. or plain. as tint stilt.
Marla:, Door and Window Sill Sc., will be
furnished to oiler.
NV. pledges himself to farniiit mat , rial and work
man:hip equal to any in the eoun t 1 v. n 1:111`,171 , 1ine. Call
and son. boloro you piircha-c ;--hop on Hilt
StrPf t. I[notillEVl , ll. Mu.
Iltlntinp, , lon, _May 10. 15.55.
UNTE "V DE ALEI-1 S can buy Oat - 11-
v) ing from inn in thintingil..n at "Wthil,i;St..l,ll as
clicah:cstlu•ycanintine bare a Wip.l-mla
April 2. 1P:;;;.
C.'I,OCIC; - , AND r
vv .1 Elg n `
I:Li". The ,Crii :X.
Lib I) ic 101, :111(1 pp.; ons. mai to tll, ;47en( 1 , 45
ally. for 1 11 , -ir 70::',1• , rnagi.;., .41 111 vont - in:Le, to va:ry un at t 11,)
-01110 tread, ono floor (:),t of :Mr. C. Com,' 1 Narket
stree ,- , he Ni ill aliend co all v. ho will
favor lam with' their (1140111: 4111.1 al-o 1;e:1., on lland
000,1 ;L•• ortniont of I VatcliQs. 0.. ;tll
wl2l , 1; detvrnti:K.tl to rcll Pt
:11:11 ..f all 1: intl., T. ill hc. r, -lint 1,
notice. awl having mad:. ;I:To;w:went, Niii I: g0.1..1 11,0rk.-
man. all 111,11 in.; will he. (Ion,• in a neat andl
.arta aoy for repairing - , shall MINT,
thcin tie pionllo,,l I.lllle. Hy paving ":-.; - ri,t ati.n
tion 1(1111 :ening at low Iniec Ile Lop,: to co
tt.ive a chart: 01 pnldlit: p.ll nonage.
I L LINE from ()lin t 1:11ion. to
eltl:Kri:l;czra - No. ronGtt
to run a ri n 0 ,, h1y1111 ,- • 0 -1,1;;e, t.:010:1(1 hotly( yin
U]lion ^ml Chatob,t , burii,, :rod «ral
fortal sta.:„ica Luce 1.1..C11 111:ICC,1 on Ow • 411 1 (1 (•;,:l(co-i
-eiteed awl tru,ty tlricct v ill !..ula-rint• all the rinittlt,4: of
ilu Coacite,4,. lb , jut op:i(o.or of tlw ch.:di-01v.; that iL
maintained, and ho tholi , loor illrllPStly C:111, Ilpon lho
gCliOrallty to at riati: , ‘• it, Cunt:l(l.la that it ttiit Ito
inattial ntion 11,,,, ~ try
will rtinotog of the will but rept.
lvnve 31t. rli;011 at ~
Iliur.-Coty and ;rat nrCaty—rol al Ring on 7.%londaysc
11 - edn,sdals arril inly, at -l,ntut
time for tit , car5.t31,1:2,-, stop :it GOA-unit,
Simile (tap, Uttritt
1:7 , -.Ettre titronith ; to intintootliato point' , in pro
../rtwit‘tt 22.1`;:tn-1 r.
j - 1 ND It NI) MAC II I Sit 617
J -1_ FOR SALE. Tice :nivel ti,m• I: at mil ate Tale
the concern limov,n tts the in
Thin property consist , : of a corner lot of TP.xlO5 foci. cit.-
rated near the breaet of the town. On the prent:iet are a
Machine shop, Townley, Elaelninillh shop and Fall-, For
nave. Tile building.. wore l'apre , 4Y ihr their
Pre ,- lnt use. The machium a. tools and fixture., arc of tiro
best description and in snort
Tie , loeation 1., one 01 tlo• st in the town, and is wee
adapted for carrying on a genctal il,onihy and madam:
biciine, ;led would also I , e it first rate point fer agriculto
tal machine building.
The grouna and huildings It ill be sola with the machia
ery, or Ica , ed, a partir, fluty dt,ire.
A sale will le made on liberal terms. and to enterprising
men this is a rare opport may to (anima: in a weld c-dan
lished business. For further information addre..,
GILLLA it D DOCK:.
May 7, 1556. ILirri , burg, Pa.
: ',Q,TAI.I FIFETC&,. ITAIIL E Y. C lIEAP
IN"..:112CIIIIS and JEWELRY, wholet , ale and
retail at the "Philadelphia Watch and Jewelry
Store," No. 00, North Second :Area, corner of (1 . .--41 , ?,,
>,.1.1.1.• ; &
Gold Lever Watches, fall jewelled 18 carat ew,es,... s , .lii 00
Cob/ Levities, '1 00
Silver Lever Watches, full s le'A OW 12 00
Silver Lepine, jewels, 9 00
Superior gintrlier, 7 Cu)
Gehl Svactatdes .
.. 7 00
Fine Silver do., 1 50
Gold Bracelets .1 00
Ladies' Gold Pencils, 1 00
Silver Tea Svoon.4, bet, 5 00
Cold Pens with Pencil and Silver Ilolder 1 00
Gold Finger stings, t.17, 3 ‹: cents to ,;;0: Watch glasse , , plain,
.12;‘.: cant , ; Parent, 3,:C,,1; Luttett. 23 ; oth, r at liciei in
proportion. All goods warrant,d to he ANII;It they are cold
for. STA - I:PIC:II & 11A R LSI'.
On hand. some Gold and Silver Levers and Lepincs, still
lower than the ahoy.: prices. October 31, 11;55-1y.
- V E
•„- - -
SAI,I 1).1%.1 - .) G OR
SPENCER Trro.lrAs, No. 21l South Second St.,
Philadelphia. 'lmporter, Manufacturer. and Dealer in Drugs,
Chemicals, Acid.:, Dye stuffs, Paints, fibs. Colors, V. hito
Lead, French and American Whitt) Zinc, Window Glass,
Cllatsware, - Varnishes, Brushes, 'lnstruments, lironnd
Spices, 'Whole Snicea, and other artit les usually kept by
ltruggists, includiughrnax, Indigo. Glue. Shellac. Potash.
&c. All orders icy mail or othery promptly
attended to. Country merchant,: are inliied to call and.
evamine our steel: hefore purchasing v 1 ,01% here. (10 , ..1(16.1
ent to any of the whan es or railroad stations. Prices
low: and goods wan
Philadelphia. March 12. IS,IC-Iy.
rrIIEWETBIL\NCH INSU RA NCE
COMPANY. of Lock Iraven. Pa.. in,nre:4 Delarhe(.l.
Moldings. :7 , :tore.; Merehamlize. Farm Property, and other
Building 6. and their contents, at moderate rate:.
binrevmq—llott. .7ohn J. Pearce, Mat. G. C. Narvey,
John B. Hall. T. T. Abranpt. Charles A. Mayer, D. K. Jack
man, Charles Criq, W. White, Peter Dickson, Thomaa
Jim. O. C. 'Harvey, PIT-.141e11i ; T. T. Abram:;, Vice Pres
itlent ; Thos. :;:itehen. Soorotary.
I ...I.T.NCFQ—Somn,2I 31. 1,1o : 41, Thni. Dolvman, D. n.. A
A. Wine2;artlnor. Vandm iwtt. L.. 1.. 31;tokey. 11am
Foaron. A. Dr. T. S. Craavfmti, Jamoi (;ni:.:gle,
Upekgrati. .Tolm 'AT:I:mar:I. Arm , trong, Hen.
Simon Cameron, lint. 11 - nn. 131_;ler,
Tinnt tl April
BE 8 T STEEL BiaDE Moulders'
Shovels, Niuerz , ,' Coal Shovels, .Cc.. at the new Thad
w.ire Store of J. 11. BROWN A: CO.
Shoulders and Flitch for sale
by LOVE & McDIVIT.
VETTAL AND CHAIN PUMPS, cx
trinoly Intr. at J. A. BROWN & CO'S.
A. S. ITAT111.1"SON, Agent