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TIM IitTTINGDO_, GLOBE, Ar DEMOCRATIC FA - A. ILY: JIOURNAL, VEVOT - GENERAL NEWS, SiC.
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Huntingdon, WOdnesday, Jan: • 26, 1859
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
Commonwealth vs. James' Dunn—lndict
ment ;. keeping a tippling' house ; true bill ;
pleads guilty, and submits to the Court. Sen
tenced to pay a fine of $20,00 and costs,
Same vs. Samuel L. G/dsgoiti—Lindietment;
embracery ; true bill. Verdict ; not guilty,
but pay the coSts' of prosecution. This de
fendant was convicted at November Term, of
two separate counts in the, indictment against
him for libel. " He was Sentenced at.this term
to pay a fine of $25 in each case, and the
Same . vs. ,David Clarkson--Indictment;
embracery ; true leave of Court,
the'DistrictAttOrney entered a mole prosqui,
-on payment of costs-by defendant.
, Same vs. Houck and Elathn.- 7 —lndictment ;
.larceny. On motion,• indictment .quashed.
! Seth e-'vs: • liduck—lndictment ;
_larceny ;.verclict, guilty. ;Sentenced to the
nouse of Refuge. .
Sante . vs. Nicholas Peightai--Indictment ;
assault and 'battery ; • verdict, guilty: Sen
tenced 'to pay a fine of twenty-five cents and
costs' of prosecution. ' ,
game vs. :Curtis G. Carr—lndictment
larceny ; true bill ;' verdict, guilty. Sen
tenced for a 'term of fifteen' months in the
Western Penitentiary. •
.Adam BryanL---Indictment ; as
sault and battery ; true bill ; . verdict,
Sentenced to- pay a fine of $5,00 and costs.
Same vs. Levi A. Myers—lndictment ;• as
sault and battery . with intent to kill. ' Not a
true bill; and county to pay costs.
Same vs. Tonas:::Steller—lndictment ; tip
pling.house. Not - a- true bill, and county to
Same vs. Robert Myers and Levi A. Myers
and Ailain Bryan—dndictment; affray ; true
bill as to Robert Myers and Adam-Bryan.,
Not a true bill as to Levi A. Myers. Verdict,
not guilty, and the prosecutor, Levi A. Myers,
to' pay the casts. • -
Same vs. Levi A. Myers—lndictment ; as
sault and battery with intent to kill. Second
count, aSiault•and battery. Not a true bill,
--and the county pay costs.
. Same 'Matthew J. ..Iferinnon—lndict
:merit ; tippling house ; not a true bill. The
county to pay the costs.
Same vs. William Cook—lndictment ; true
bill; verdict, guilty. Sentenced to pay a
fine of $l,OO and costs, and to be imprisoned
in the jail of ,the county for two months.
• Same vs. William Cook and John, Han. , ;on
—lndictment; malicious Mischief; true bill;
verdict, guilty. Sentenced to pay a fine of
$l,OO each, and. costs, and to bo imprisoned
in the jail of the county for one month.
Same vs. William Cook and John, Manson
—lndictment; assault and battery ;,truie
verdict, guilty. Sentenced to ,pay it line, of
1,00 each, and costs,- and to -be imprisoned
in the jail of the county for two weeks.
Letters to Itly Daugliter
HUNTINGDON Jan. 24th, 1850.
MY ,'DARLING PAUGIITEIt:F4 have long
thought of certain
, subjects , relating to your
happiness and'my own ; and I am again re
;Minded of my duty to you by an article that
appeared intim Globe of last week, which
seems. to be a. kind of ladies - , advertisement
for beaux. Without calling ,into,question
the prudenee Or imprudence of such a pro
ceeding; rshall proceed to expr'ss to you my
own views of Love, courtship and marriage ;
and I shall, try 'my dearest daughter, to bene
fit you:by my well meant advice. The sub
jects. which "I-have here , named are calcula
ted to Proioke'a smilninad Perhaps a blush
'from'one so young and' inexperienced as yOu
'are; but tliey are'ncit to he considered in
trifling manner by those. who would be pru
dent'; . and I shall,make them the' subject of a
series of letters to, you., , You will think it
Strange my darling, that I shall pall your at
tention. to them so early, in life. It is true
. there:is plenty of time for you to reflect upon
them bUt; a careful. observation , for many
years, has led me to think, it better'for me to
to give you my sincerest counsel now, 'and
erentaally to leave you in freedom to ,exercise
your Own judgment an& nleaSurc.,
,„ The 'pa
. reiat who: wonld fail to, give a wholesome ad
vice an theSe subjects, will failto do an . „
perative: duty, and a son or 'daUghter will be
compelled: to run the hazards of precarious
life, without the advantages of this essential
branch, in a goo'd education.- The Young: in
lioking,' forward' .the future . ; in looking
around thdra• upt4society,'' are led to fancy
_that art is long ; theirstar of destiny is
' ; 'that; their Sense of of right
and. Wrong,';iS:siifficient, fp:guide:then:l. irk : their
Whole transit across life ; but what ''noble
-ivreCkg'; what. genii 4' `light;'-and h appi
nesehave. -gone ,i(lown. 'beneath •the wave of
_Alestiny,..,!obscure,, troubled : 'spirit, •or
a - shamed, from this, very' . pause And:. haw
Many I You'r:yc,uithful years.' , child
have Veen. some notable ex . ' They are
many:• Till-y 4031 not draw lessons of instrue- .
.. . .
(:::.Thotalsify aiipparances—the o,l4eness
.of friends—thegiddy chase after fashion, the
vices' , `which are .Ifid' beneath , -its: ;fads, ithe
irailds of 6 - ur. own natin'es,:an'inordinate
'ardisitien for .the after
society,,: wrll be:treated*Ol in'the'so lotterg; and
shall try to.trtake•thera-as plain/aro ngree-
Ahle to. yea as'possible.,.:::
:For the resent,
GAS METERS.—The, ,intensity of :the. cold
for a few days, past has:frozen , .some of the
pieters in town, and. caused consideiable
"tionhle . iii'thaWin& theni. To prevent , sUch
fueoriveniancies, it is only necessary to min
, gle'alcohol mammon -whiskeY with the Wa
ter in the'ineters.'
Bar d• series- of successful revival Meet
ings; have'Veen . gointr on at INicdonnellstown,
for. some days,.. under the charge •of Rev.
Barnett, of this place. .
INQuEsr.—On the 1i th inst., Elias
son, Esq.,.summoned: a jury, and ,proeeeded
to hold an
,inquest over the , - remains of the
man -found On Terrace Mountain, some time
since, and whom we noticed:at the tithe, and
after - am - ireful investigation, the jury returned
a verdict, of death from violence, by some
person or. persons unkneWn to them: , The
skull gave ample 'evidence of Violence, as it
was fractured in several places., - The - man's
, name is supposed to_• have - been Dr. , Mayer,
, Iyoodberry, , Bedford country, about
the' FaSt. of May or' 'first - of, Jnne, 1.853 } • go
to Philadelphia, since which time he has not
been heard of, nor has he been known to have
reached that place. lle was i ,a German by
birth, and is supposed ,to hb.,ve, been, a Jthv,
from the fact that he had ,two straps about
him, which are worn by the Israelites,
commemoration of their deliverance from
There was also found with the remains„ a
small hand trunk, which - cOntained one glass
inkstand, one taper match boxpone tip match
box, the clasper
. frame of a portMonia, the
frame of a cigar case, and a wooden box filled
with matches, which the jury believe'to have
been the property of the deceased. They
are also of opinion, from The appearance of
the deceased,' that he has been lying there
from five to seven years.
11 Coon'OsE.—We'heard a friend of ours
tell a good story one day last week, and ,he
must forgive us for repeating it, as it is too
good to be lost :
It will be remembere,d by our readerS, that
this winter three years agO, Was Ono of onus-'
ual severity, the thermometer often ranging
from between twenty to thirty degrees' below
zero. On one bitter, cold morning "our friend
had occasion to go down street very early, and
meeting with our friend (formerly
proprietor of the "Franklin house," and who is
somewhat noted for his dry wit,) and after
the usual salutation of the hour, remarked
" that this was a very cold morning."
jingo," says Our friend C—, "If the pro
thonoter had been a little longer .we would
have been entirely frozen up." This amused
our good natured friend no little, and he gave
vent to a most unrelenting ha! ha ! ' ha!
which he could not keep •in. Ilowevor, our
friend C— was in good
_earnest. Our in
formant told the story with such great gusto,
that We. think it entirely to good •to be' lost.—
We trust, however, that our friend C' will
take no r offence at what we Lave written.:
Si:riNc.----The boys 'are having a good
time:just ' now, with their skates. This is
manly sport, and we like 'to' sae the boys en
joy themSelveS on the' ice; 'though it is some
what dangerous. Boys you shOuld be careful,
and not go where the ice 'is *0 a , or else you
may accidentally get 'under it. 'We heard of
two gents who word skating ort`flonday fast,'
and unfortunately,' broke through the ice up
to their, middle, whicik,.. we preSume, would
not be a - Welcome bath at this• time. of year.
You Should not over exert yourselves, and
you should take off your skates every half
hour, to give rest to your feet, and to let the
blood have free circulation;/ as your skates
must be strapped on tightly to your feet,' in
order to keep them to their place, thereby
stopping the free circulation of the blood.
On Monday morning last," Sheriff
ler took Curtis G. Carr, a rather bad negro,
indicted for the larceny of an axe, to board
with the Warden of the 'Western Penitentia
ry, for a term of fifteen months. We hope
Curtis will be pleased with his new situation,
and that he may learn a lesson which may be
of some service to him after he has served
his time at shoemaking or weaving' —that'of
letting what does not belong-6 him alone.'
PROTIZACT.ED MELTING.-A series of meet
ings will commence in the new German Re
formed Church on Friday evening next, 28th
inst., -and ~continne until further notice.—
We hope this meeting Ival be productive of
much good. God knows we need a reform in
Social, parties are becoming quite
fashionable in this neck o'woods. On Tues
day night a week, some of the youngsters had
a nop," ; up, in-West liiiptingdon,inThe house
folmerly oc,ciipied. by Simonton. -We
Ithixn:that'they had, a nice time of
A:EmovAL:—:S..S. Smith; has removed his
Drug and Grocery •ston•from his old stand
'to Dorris' building, opposite Carmons' store.
Give hini . a call. • . ."
On the `kith 'inst:, by Rev. S. IL' Ituid,•Mr.'„Joii:v Snurtz
-12-1,78L:116m and Miss ..A.:±int. chvaghter'of William
Isenberg, of Porter township. • .• , - ,
.. In jackspn township, at the residonco.of John It, Me
111:0y, - on-the 19th inst., MARY Mennoy, aged 7S years.'t
••? The 7 •deret?.sed was for nearly sixty years,' an exemplary
Member of 'the Presbyterian Church. Life had itideed
:passed but roughly with her; but although the journey
during the day-time of life, was over a rugged read'; yet,
'was the night smooth and tranquilz- , sho sunk: calmly
~ai.,ray, resting on , that, blessed , hope that maketh -not
.a/lamed, : •'
„PiQT the people , of Alasp.dria x she! entertained.feelings
of,gratitude and love, for kindness conferred. They will
I?eglad to hear that sho continued, as ever, to esercise
iitose noble dualities whidtt'so eminently characterized
her—regard for the sick—snieeildni the pillow of tile dy
ingtkissing the lips of 'children..
Peace to thy ashes, :ilia infitatedbo
. , 4 .‘01t1 Aunt 3farY.” • J. 13, 111..
lIT~ADELI'IIZI► ARUM TS. .1
AIONDA.r, Jan. 24.—Flour comeiit'in:VeTy, dud the
market firm. Sales of supeifino at $5, ‘ P2; 1 4@:5,7 1 5, and
etitriVat There is no - ship/ling &inland, rind the
speculative inquiry has fallen off. Ilye Flour firm at $4,
andcorn 'Meal at $3.50., :Wheat. Inrfilirlreiatiest n and 3000
dmsh. sold at $1,:;3(7_41,37 fur red, din] sl',4s@tssloi white.
llye'sells freely at S7e. Corn dull and lowertales--37(inow
at 73;67fie. Clot- unchanged.
0111 i NS' COURT SALE
7n pursuance of an,Ordc-r of the Orpl(ans'COortof
Ituntingtlen county, there will bu exposed to public sale
oil the premises '
On Friday,' the -18th .February next,
All that certain tract of WOOD or - MOUNTAIN LAND,
situate in Jackson township, in said county, bounded by
lands of Ueorge Bell, John Wilson, the heirs of William
Days, deccaAcd,-and by other mountain land, containing
about 400 ACRES, 10 acres of which are cleared and under
cultivation, and having thereon erected, a two story dwel
ling house and frame stable. Said tract . will be sold all
together, or in such parcels as may suit• ptirchasers.• To
be said as part of the Real Estate of William Porter, de
ceased, by WE; AdMinistnitors. -
-The terms will be made known on the day of, sale.
• ' SAMUEL STEWART, •
• G. W. PORTER, • '
January, 20, 1859. Admin i strators. '
) 1 0t; AND SP-IR LT-
I C r LEL' SPREINLIELDI
!—llaving purchased the Mail lleuteS from Sprueb
Creek to Wallanfsburg, and from Williamsburg to Spring
field Furnace, together with the stock upon said routes,
the subscriber is now prepared to carry passengers from
Spruce Creek to Williamsburg - and return daily, and be
tween Williamsburg and Springfield Furnace tri-weekly.
Hacks will leave Sprtice. Creek daily "atl. o'clock, P. Id.,
(on arrival of the cars,) and Williamsburg daily, (Sundays
excepted ; ) at 7 o'clock, A. M. •
Tyrone City; January 2G,1850.-6m. •
. • .
Came to the residence. of the subscriber in Union
township,lfontingdon county, sore" time last December,
a Buck, supposed, to be half south-down, with both ears
cropped. The owner is requested to comp forward, prove
property,pay charges, and take him away, otherwise, he
will be disposed of according to law.
January 26,1539.' ,
Q . E.ERIFF 'S .SALE.—By - virtue of a
LY Writ of Veud. Exp. to me directed, I will expose to
l'ublic Sale, or outcry, at the Court House, in the bor
ough of Huntingdon, on Thursday, the 17th day of Fetru
ary, at 1 o'clock, P. M., the - following - describodreal estate,
All the:defendant's interest in and to a lot of ground,
situate in, Fenn township; Huntingdon county ; lluded
by lands of Isaac i'eightal, on the West, Jacob Fink on
the East; containing one acre; more or less, with a two
story LOG HOUSE and LOG STABLE, thereon erected.
Seized and taken in execution, anti to be sold as the prop
erty of Henry Barrick.
• Huntingdon, Jan. 26, 1859. S
AND FOR SALE,
A new Cl oct.. sliding desk, iron franc Hallet
(. 4 27 Davis ' •
AT LEWIS' BOWL', STATIONERY AND MUSIC STORE
AFARM AT PUBLIC SALE.— •
The undersigned will offer at Public Sale, on
Thursday, 10th clay of February net, -
on the premises. within half a mile of Manor Hill, and
nine miles of Petersburg, A:VALUABLE FARM, Contain
'in!, 160 Acres of Good Limestone Land-120 Acres of
which arc cleared and in a good state' of cultivation, and
-the balance well timbered. The improvements are a good
Frame house. 36 by 1d feet. with water at the door;
first rate Bank Barn, OS-by 4S feet, with a Wagon Shed,
Straw 'louse, and Ho , ' House attached, all new; also a
good Log House,. weatherboarded, Wash House, - Wood
House. and 3111 k House; a small Barn. Wagon Shed, &c.—
Also, a large and thriving Orchard of fine fruit. Any per
sons wishing to pm chase a Good Farm, cliceip, will do well
to call on the t,nbseriber, and examine for themselves.
Tiinms AS POLf.OWS :—s3oo when knocked down, 51,200
on thefirst day of April next, and the residue, in two
equal annual payments, secured by the bonds and mort
gage of the purchaser, wherrn warrantee deed be
wale to commence at 10 o'clock; A. M.
• A.NDIZEW SMITH.
MT. VERNON - BALL.-
22d OF FEBRUARY; 1559.
A (Rand Ball will be•gliren, in , tlic Town Ifoll; in Hun
tingdon, on the 22d of February next—the birth-day of
WAsnulerrox, the Father of his Country,—the proceeds of
which are to be devoted to the Ladies' Mount Vernon As
sociation. : •
Several Ithr,flAnY COMPANIES have been invited, and are
confidently expected to bo present.
Tho best SI:11DM BANG that can be haul, will he se
!fire EXCELSIOR BRASS BAND, of this borough, has also
beemengaged, and will discourse National, as well as other
soul-stirring airs, upon•-the occasion.
The room will be frtted , up in, tasteful-manner for the
reception of, the company.
All who love their country, and who desire to help in the
noble work of rescuing the home of -our beloyed WAStaxo-
Tori from decay, arc invited to attend. ,
The following managers have been appointed to take
charge of the of of the entertainment:—
.T.Nn.• 0. Mu - rtnAY,
Gas. B. C. McGtir,,
JouN N. Swoner.
BARBER FORGES: .
JOHN B. HUNTER..
• CASSVILLE: .•
Dx. 11. L. BROWN.
.11.1011 NT . UNION :
A. L • nms.
MILL CREEK :
WSI. C. WAGNER, ,
R. B. PETRIE:EN, '
Wax. C ucalos,'
13 .r. NEFF,
G. DonsEr Onr.Ex
Cox,. J. CnEssirris.,
COL. Jon A: DOYLE;
VALE.- - cTLNE GROUSE,
JOSEPH W. PArtmER,
Giro: W. MCBIIJOE,
Col.. Jous GILMOItE,
Refreshments will lie served im in the most ap
proved style, in the adjoining room, by experienced
Tickets-51,00, admitting a Gentleman and Lady.
Huntingdon, January 1.3r1859.
KSTRAY BULL. _ . . .
Como to the premises of the subscriber; in Walker
township, sometime iu 'October last, n brindle bull, with
white. in ihee, supposed to be two years old next Spring.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove property,
pay charges, and take him away, otherwise, he will be dis
posed of according to law. JOHN ROBB.
Walker tp., Jan. 19, 1850,*
At :Lewis' Book, Stationery and Xusic Store
' " MTN ....INGDON, PA.
• The most pleasing and popular compositions of the day,
together with those of the ancient composers, will be fur
nished at the shortest notice. - •
- Also, Pianos,llelodeons, Guitars, Violins, &c.;S:e., all at
the lowest city retail prices. ••
Teachers stmplieil with' Books arid' Mush, on the most
,Mt sic sent by rnail'free postage on reciApt of price.
Now music will be: added to our Catalmsnaas.soun as is
sued from the press.
CATALQUUE OF MUSIC 0.1.
'Alone on Earth:l Wander, as Sung by Mile. Parodi, 25
Annie the Pride of ru..y . Heart, by Winner,
Aunt HarApt Beecher Stowe, by Stephani, . .
Annie-Laurie, 0...4 enng by Miss A. nunk;rvill, 25
Ave Maria, by Kncken, . ' • 1 25
Adieu to the. Village, by Mrs. Elnaes, 25
Auld Lang. S'yncyby BUrns, , • .. - _. ' 6
Bruise not my Heart, by IlargraV•o, . 25
By,the Sad Sea Waves, a 3 snug bq , Parodi " • , . 25
The Baby Show, by Colman, 25
Buttonwood Tree, by Winner, ' • - ' ..,' • • 25
Bildets Fare Well, by Williams, 123.,: - : ,
Bonnio.Bessio.Gray, by Glover, , . '.. ; • ,-. '25
Bay of 'Biseay'o, as sung.by Mrs. Farm%2s
Child of the Begin - int. arranged by Glover; , - ' ' 25
Cot in the Valley, by Hewitt,. -' , . : 25
Carry Ray or Down the Willow Hollow, by Colman, 25
Death of Ringgold, by,Cooledge, 25
Dreams Past, -by Glover, 25
Dermot Astore,'by Crouch, 25
Dearest ! I think of Thee L by Crouch, : , 25
Ever of Thee, byTfall, • • ' - , 25
Far; l'ar away from Thee, by Hewitt, .• ' , 25
Farewell if ever Fondest Prayer, byßerriot, . , _ 1234
Gentle Annie will you ever, by Forister; . 25
by _Maria B. _aw,es,
Genius-of , the Spring,R If 25
'Gleam of Antumn's Golden Day, by Gillman, ' 25
Grave of Uncle True, by Colman,' " • . , , , '25
Gra Old MaChreb, an Irishl3allaby 'Crouch', - 25
Hear ipo, Norma, • 5i / 1 1" 2
Here's a health to thee Mary, by Rudwell, • • ' ' " 3.2;4.
Home Sweet Home, by Bishop, . , ~ , 25
In my Heart an Image Dwelleth,•by Magruder. ' 25
I have noloy but 111 thy Smile by Golden, 25
- I'll pray for thee, front Donizettl, - . '-
...: - 25
In a:Lone Quiet Spot, by Hewitt, • - : ; .. - _ ' 25
In Vain I Seek fur Joys Abroad, by Mao, • ' 25
Dm Ldaving, thee in sorrow, Annie, by Baker, 25
.It is bettor. to Lamgh ,than be Sighing, by Donizetti, 25
I have no Mother now, by Magruder, .• 25
John Altde,reon My Jo, by linzeluch, ' ' , 123,i!;,
Juanita, Spanish Ballad, by Norton, • 25
Rate Kearney, by Bradley, ' 12%
Hattie Avournecn, by Crouch; 25
Milliken Mavourneen, by Crouch, • 25
Long and Weary Day, • 25
Little Nell, by Boswell, • - 12 1 /
List to the Convent Bells, by Blockley, - 12,
Lays of the Night, by Glover, , 3S
Lela, by Ilarg-rave, '• ' 25
Lilly Clyde, by Hargrave, ' ' 25
Let us Meet, by Colman, 25
My Native Island, by Lenglotz, 12 3 /,
My Native Nome, by Deems, , 1212
My Sister Dear, by Auber, 123,? ;
My Mountain Kate; by Hewitt, . 25
Moonlight on the Ocean, by Becket, 25
May Breeze, by Kappes, 25
Memory, ballad, by LI. 1. Thunder, 25
Mettle and her Sister Song, by Glover, - 50
Maniac Mother, by Hargrave, 25
Marseilles Hymn, by De Lisle, 25
Ma.ssa's Old Plantation, by Lake, 25
My Native Laud Adieu, by Belisle, • 25
Maiden of the Rhine, - 25
Nestle thou Little )ono, by Mahlon, 25
Natalie, the Miller's Danghter, by Bochsa, 30
Oh! No they shall not see me weep, 12 1 /
Oh I Soon Return, by Hewitt., , 123,?.
Oh 1 Cast that Shadow from thy Brow, . 25 •
Ohl Let me Weep, by Colman, 25
Oh! No we never talk in French, 25
Something Yon Cannot Help Lilting, by Taylor, 25
Speak Gently, by. Morse.' 25
Sancta Mater, a Vesper HyMn, by Colman, 25
Star Spangled Banner, 25
Shells of the Ocean, by Cherry, ' 25
Ship 'iVrecked Sen Boy, by Forte, 33
Sunny Hours of Childhood, by Parodl, 25
Sleep Gentle Mother, by Lemon, 25
Standard Watch, by Lindpaintner ' 25
Teach Oh! Teach me to Forget, by Bishop, 12 3 /
Tempest of the Heart, by Parodi, 33
The Heart That's Ever Thine, by Jaillen, 25
The Indian Captive or the Absent Lover, Magruder, 25
Vilikins and his Dinah, 25
Valley of Chamouni. by Glover, 25
What are the Wild Waves Saying, by Glover, 25
We Met by Chance, by Kucken, 25
When Night comes over the Plain, by Jeffreys, 30
When Stars are in the Quiet Skies, by Ball, 25
When the Swallows Homeward Fly, by Abt, 25
When in Hours of Anxious Sadness, 25
Yankee Doodle. as sung by Mad. T. Parodi, 25
Schottisches, Polkas, Quick. Steps,
Marches, Dances, & - c.
Amelia Polka, 25
Atkction Schottisch, by Southgate, 35
Amulet Schottisch, by Mrs. Saylor, 25
Amelia Schottisch, by Cooper, - ' 25
Annie Laurio.Schottisch, by Winner, ' . 25
Amateur set of Polkas, by Dellak, each . 15
Aeolian Polka, by Colman, . . , 25
Agricultural Quick Step, by Deck, 12%
Bella Donna Scbottisch, by Holden, 25
Bohemian Polka, by Houser, 6
Circassian Polka, by De Albert. - 50
Cherry Valley Polka Brilliant, by'Bubna, 50
College Hornpipe, Fisher's Hornpipe, 6
Come Soldiers Come Quick Step, 12 3 /
Diamond Schottisch, by Saylor, 25
Daybreak Polka, by Szimeleuyi,
Dahlia Gallopade, by Dister,
Durangs Hornpipe and Money Musk,
Dandy Jim and Old Dan Tucker,' 6
Edinburg Schottisch, by Kerseen,
Emus. 1 Polka, by Miss Emma Todd, 25
Eugonia Polka, by Wallersteine, 25
Electric Quick Step. by Burcheirn . , , 1234
Eugenia Dance. by Bubna, 25 -
Four Bells Polka, by Cook, .10
Five Bells Polka, by Cook, 50
Fountain Sobottisch, by Magruder, '25
Fairy Lake Sebottiscb, by Mack, 25
Fanny-Ole Schottisch. by John,2s
Fillibuster Polka. by Thunder,
Few Days or Go-a-head Quick Step, by Mazrudor, 25
Gipsey Schottische, 35
Grand Russian March, 123/,
Gallopade Quadrille. . p,-
Hand Organ Polka, by Lisle, 25
Henrietta Polka. by Pfieffer, 1234;
Hard Up Schottiseh. by Dubna, 15
Hero's Quick Step, by Schmidt,l23,il;
Hail Columbia,. . 15
Harrisburg Serenade March, by II Coyle, , 12 1 /
Jenny Lind's Favorite Polka, by Wallorstein, 1: - W,
John Allen Sellottliell, by Clark, l2;4'
Josephine Mazurk Dance, 35
Katy-Dill Polka, by Jullien, " , , . 50
Love Schottisch, by Cook, / 40
'hove; 'ineasure and Mirth Gallop, 25
La Della Donna Schottisch, by Holden, ' -
Lover's Drehnt Schottisch, by Hark, . 25
Lave Not Quick Step, by Hartman, ' 12 1 /,
Lancaster Quick Step, by It Coyle, 12 1 ,2
i'•adies lte , cption March, by Fraley, 1232
Letitia Mazurka, Dance, by 'Mama, 25
Mountain SYlph Polka, ' 25
Maryland Institute Schottisch ' by Magruder, 33
My Partner's Polka, by Magruder, 50
Martha Quick Step, 15
Morgan Schottisch, by Babne, 25
Mount Vernon Polka, by Mirtlo, 25
Mount Pleasant Polka, by Royer, , 25
Marseillaiso Hymn, by Spindler, 15
New York Ledger Schottisch, by Magruder, 25
Now School Dances, Schottisch, by Bubua, 40
Our American Cousin Polka, by Jarvis, 85
Opera House Polka, by Kork, 25
Ocean Wave, by Russel, 6
Polka Des Zonaves, by Prince. 50
Pretty Dear Schottisch, 15
Peak Family Schottisch, by Relic, 25
Pin Cushion Polka, 15
President's March, 6
Rainbow Schottisch, 35
Rochester Schottisch, 123,4
Ready Mosley Polka, by Dana, 25
Rebecca - Schottische, by James, . .- 25
Remembrance Polka, by Hassler,Bo
Rennie Polka, by Walker, 25
Rebecca Polka, by Tollandt, , 25
Ringlet Polka. by Blasius, 25
Remembrance Quick Step, by Durochcr, 25
Russian Grand March, by Spindler, . 15
Reception Grand March, by 'Mesa, 1234
Rory O'More, , , , 6
Sontag Bon - mot Schottisch, by Magruder, . , 35
Snow Flake Schottisch, by Bellak, 25
Sontag Polka, by D'Albert, 35
Saratoga Polka, by Korpouay, 123/,'„
Sultan Polka,. " - • . -, , 25 &15 -
Star Company Polka, by Winner, , 25
Sky Bite Polka, lay Stayman, - 25
Span ish. Retreat Quick Step, . • 12%
Storm March Gallop, by Bilge, • , 25
Sailor Boy/s' Set; Rat-C.ateher's Daughter, &c., 25
Spanish Dance, Nos. 1& 2, . 6
Three Bells Dolka, by Cook, . 50
Thistle Schottisch, by Winner, •, • • : . • : 30
Traviata Quadrille ) , by Bellak, : : , 30
The Titus - Marcb, ' , .6
Uncle True set of Cotillions, by Harsh, .25 .
Vaillance Polka; • - , - . •15
Wave Schottisch, by Magruder, . 25
World's Fair Polka, by Backe", • 1234
Washington's March, - 6
Wood Up, or the Mississippi Quick Step, by Holloway, 1234
Watson's-Funeral March. by Kimball, , 1232
Brightest Eye,by Bellak, ,
Dodge Waltz, by Marsh, . , . 1 . 234
Diamond State Polka Waltz, by Marsh, 25
Dreams of Youth Waltz, by ' Lenschow, 25
Dawn Waltz, by 11. Loud, 25
Elfin Waltz, 123/ 2
Evening Star Wditz, by Bey6r, 25
Excursion Waltz,.'by Magrader, 25
' Gertrud's Dreani Waltz, by Beethoven, 25 ,
Home as a Waltz,''' 6'
Juan Grand Waltz, 25
JoVial Waltz, by Herz, . ,- 1234
Waltz, by Silas Clark, 25
Linden Waltz,bY• Cz6rny,' '1234
Midnight-hour Waltz, by Wallace, • 15
MOOnbeam Waltz; by Bandit, " , ' , . -.1 15
Morning Stai• Waltz, by Beyer, • • . , 25
Medallion Waltz, by Colman, ''' . •' 25
Ole Bull-Waltz; by Allen,' ' , • • ' 12 , 4
Orange Waltz, by Marsh, -' 1 12,
Prima Donna Waltzes, by Jullien, OS
Silver Lake Waltz, by Spindles', ,_ , - ~_ . , • . ;15
TriveliattWaitz, ~, ~, . , • „ ,
, Traviata Waltz, • - ~,:.• ' . -, ~ . 15
Airs from the most celebrated . Operas,
arranged for the-Piano, with ansi -.•
without Variations. •,.•
Anvil Chorus, (from 11 Trovatore,)
Anna ,Bolena Salop,. : , 15
Air Montagnard,simplified by Mink., • . 15
Album. from.La Traviata, arranged by Dotta, 25
Bohemian Girl, - ~ 15
Brighter than the Stars, by Max.Tzorr, • - , •25
.Cavatina, by. Hunter, . . . , 15
Don Pasqualo Serenade, arranged by. Spindler,•"•,;• 15
DrQuella Pira, from II Trovatore, ayTzorr, , v 25
Fierce Flames are Raging, by Tzorr, ~ - ~ 25
Yin° Bit Regiment, by Spindler, . ~. ~ .. 15
Gran Die, from 14. Traviata, by Dena, ' - 25
Gipsey Chorus, from La Traviata .by Dotta, „ , 25
Grave of Uncle True with variations, by Bubna, . 40
Jomv A. Ross
GEN. .Tomq Ross
Cori. D, 11. llorEms,
3.13. r. J. Q. OST.C.ItLO7I,
Gale') Daehinne, . , - - _ . . .15
Home, , Sweet: Home, witb,brill innt ;Variations, 50
Hymn to the Virgin, by Schwing; 3S
Home Sweet Heine, v. , , ,' - 15
Hob Nob and The Morning' Star, . , 6
Li Whispers Soft,,,te-, by Detta, . 25
Kate Darling end Life let us Cherish, 6
La,'l'raytata a Fautasie, by Jungtunnu, • . - 15
La, Dayadere ' by Dellak, ~ 15
La Travhna,(driulting rong,),. . 15
,Lucy,Neale and Danco l_leattneu Dance, , , . 6
, Libiamo, from La Traviata,.l4,Vordi, , - - 25
Monastery Dell, • , , ft - ~, .15
'Maiden's Prayer, by Spindler,.ls
. . „
MaOetn, by.Spindler,' 15
Miseri•re, trona' Troyatore, by Max rcorr, - ~ 25
Negro Medley, by Min nick,
Night Dews are Weeping, - _ 25
Robert Le Diable,' . 15
Rigoletto, ,; • . -:. .15
Sbower,of Pearls, by Osborne, . . 37i..
'Twas Night and all W:l4 Still, by Tiorr, , . .- .25
Thou art the Stars, by Detta, . : 2.5
Wreath of Plowers;!Nes.2.:3, 4.. k 5, cacti • -, _ : t % t 35
Waltzer and Air, from La Traviabi, by Detta, . 25
Whonla Conflict Pierce, by Tiorr, ~..a.
Huntingdon ; January It, 1559.
THE PRESBYTERIAN PSALMIST.
A. A collection of tunes adapted to the Psalms and
hymns of the Presbyterian Church in the United States
or America, Fur sale at
LEWIS" BOOK STORE.
\ GROD PSTER.
FLO N UR AND LA
—one mile 'east of Alexandria, Huntingdon county, Pa.,
have on hand at all times, the best qvality of GROUND
PLASTER, for which grain of all kinds be taken in ex
change at market prices. SAMUEL HATFIELD.
January 12, 1850-St.
_A_ of the whereabouts of JAMES GROOVER, who left
Huntingdon on the night of the sth January, 1859. Said
Groover hails from Harrisburg, has been fireman on loco
motives, is between 25 and :f,O 'years of age, small built,
black hair, and goes well dressed at the capons() of those
he has swindled.
Any information of the whereabouts of said Groover, will
be thankfully, received by the undersigned.
• CALDWELL, LEWIS & CO.,
January 12, 1859-tf. Huntingdon, Pa.
1) 00K BINDING.
) Old Books. Magazines, or publications of any hind,
bound to order, if left at
LI:11 7 :16" BOOK LC STATIONER .1" ,STO LE.
Of any size or pattern not upon our shelves, will bo
laruished to order at City prices. Call at
LEWIS' BOOK dl STATIONERY STORE.
NEV WATCH JEWELRY STORE
J. W. DUTCHER,
13':i1TC.FLIIAKER d JEWELLER,
Respectfully informs the citizens of Huntingdon, vicini
ty, and surrounding country,. that ho ,
has commenced 'business in the room , C 4 P,
adjoining M. St,rous' Store, i❑ 11.1Arnira
SQUAISZ, I.lu,vrrionoN, and hopes to re--
eeive a share of public patronage.
WATCHES and CLOCKS repaired in the best workman
his stock of JEWELRY is of the best. Also—Pertinen
t-lElles, Taney Articles, de., &c.; all of which ho will dispose
of at reasonable prices.
The public generally, are. requested to give him a call
and .examine his stock. pfaunary 6,1859.]
HE GROVER & BAKER SEWING
MACHINE CO., 730 Chestnut street, Philadelphia,
having greatly increased their facilities for manufacturing
their CEIEDRATED PA3nLY Maxim:Es, with all the recent
improvements,havereduced their prices, and offer fur sale
It is no longer questioned that these Machines arc the
best in use for family sewing. They
HEMI,' FELL, GATHER. AND STITCH
in the most superior manner, and arc the only machines
in the market that are so well and. simply made, that they
may be sent into families with 'no other instructions than
are contained in a circular which accompanies each ma
chine, and from which A CHILD OF TEN YEARS may
readily learn how to use them, and keep them in order.
They make upwards of Fifteen Humfred Stitches a 211inute,
and will the sewing of a family cheaper than a seam
stress can do it, even if she works at the rate of ova CENT
Is there a husband, hither, or brother in the United
States, who will permit the drudgery of hand sewing in
his family, when a GroAer d Baker Machine will do it
bettor, more expedition,ly, and cheaper than can possibly
be done by hand?
SEND FOR A Cracci-in.:l,
Dec. 1.1858. •
Generally in use in the Schools of the County, not on
hand, will be furnished to order, on application at
, LEIF' LS! „BOOKALVD.S:LiftIO.I.YER F" STORE.
'6 The undersigned would announce to the people of
Huntingdon, and the rest of mankind, that
helms purchased the entire Livery Stock of
Wm. Williams, and is now prepared to accom
modate all who may give him a call. His
stock of Horses, Carriages, &c., are complete for the ac
commodation of the public, at reasonable prices.
P. "MCATEER. Agent.
Ituntingdon; Dee. !2.9,1858
r 0 I HE
SALD AT LEWIS' BOOR STORE
Harpers' New Monthly Magazine.
Peterson's Ladies' .Arational Magazine.
rthur's _Ladies' Home ..4.fagazine.
Godey's Lady's Book.
Household Words, by Dickens.
The Great Republic.
All the above Magazines eau be hail regularly every
month, at 'Lewis Beek and Stationery Store. •) '
MAKE NOTICE.—AII persons having
settlements to Make for dealings had at my store at
Marklesburg, «ill make payment to me at Huntingdon, or
to my son, Joseph Strous.
Huntingdon, Nov. 24, ISSB.
rtAs AGAIN COMMENCED TEE
BOOT AND SHOE-MAE:WO,
ONE , DOOR. EAST OF H. ROMAN'S CLOTIII . NG STORE.
His old customers and the public generally, will giro
him a call. Lltuntingdon, Oct. 20, 1558.]
z - k
mi. ( i i§:ke) s
cl 5 ,4
%\ s,. si . ty
..ci ' ‘a_. -- ,„„inTIO" -'\
UM SHOES, cheaper at D. P. Gwin.'s
than can be had in town. Call and sec them.
ipLANKETS, PLAIDS, LINSEYS,
iii4 e Flutmels, at all prices, at tho mammoth store of
DOUGLASS Lt SHERWOOD'S Pat
ent Extension Skirts, for sale only by
. JAPER ,PAPER !! - • ,
xoto., Post; Commercial, Foolscap and Flatcap—a
good assortment for salt) by tho-ream, half ream, quire or
sheet, a r t,
NF. NV BOOK a STATIONERY STORE.
ACKERiIL of all Nos'., herring,
can be had of the best (juality; by eallingen
FA IL YOUR CHILDREN t
Call at NEw Boosyou acill
hind a choico seleotiou of 110\Y and 112h:resting bouka for
1 - ROOKS I? Ole EVERYBODY
large-assortment of the most popular and inter
ustitlg boolts of the clay, ,just received turd for sale at
LEWIS' NEW BOOK R STATIONERY STORE.
Iproved Sausage Cutters
am! Stuffers,' for sale by JA:BTS A. BROWN.
USINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICE !
If you Avant your card neatly printed upon cnvel
opes, call at
LEWIS' BOOK 4.:VD S2',l 7701 ER STORE.
'ARIES FOR 1859,
For sale at
LEWIS' BOOK -4.Y.1) STATIONERY STORE,
: 1 4 P OF VATtlous sins, for +tale at
, LETTS' BOOK ...J.ND STATIONERY' STORE.
A .LINIA:NACS FOR • .1859, •
For sale at
. EIVIS* N.F:11% BOOK A: STATIONERY STORE
,1• • r
mipQrlo - c article of wi ;dog Tnlis for . sale At
01i `A:cl) TfoyE,Rj sro .c
THE NEW BOOK
The subscriber respectfully, informs nil concerned, that
be has fitted up a room in the "Globe" building, and that
he-bas relTll , ll and is now opening a good assortment. of
BOOKS and STATIONERY, which he is determined to sell
at fair prices, and he invites the public generally, to give
him a call.
Having made the necessary arrangements with publish
ers, any Book wanted and not upon his shelves, will be
ordered and furnished at City prices. •
As ho desires to do a lively business with small profits,
a liberal share of patronage is solicited.
Huntingdon, Dcc. 15, lilsB
. I ,e ,L im iL.
107, \\ ~s 3 :"" DEALER. IN :t:
0 , 2 ‘,.... H unt i ngdon,
4 Ztosz tt.
1 6 . • —-9
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4 „..//.. 4 zNiut ct li
4a . • Agt , •
itt , I/ 1,.. 1111111 E 4 / 7- ti( 6 AI )
, 44 ~
mar 4 - - - ' %R.,
JUST RECEIVED AND READY FOR SALE,
AT CITY PRICES, BY
Ist. Because it supplies "The i'enple" with indispensvblt
articles, and many useful inventions which cau be found
ONLY in a HAM /WARE STORE.
2nd. The Subscriber, purchmsiri n ,, in large quantities from
mimulactmers, is ciieDled to Sell these Goods from
20 TO 100 PER 'CENT. CHEAPER
Than they aro usually sold by other merchants. His stuck
includes a complete variety of
BUILDING-lIARDWARE, MECHANICS' TOaLS.
OILS, PAINTS, SADDLERY,
VARNISHES, GLASS' CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS,
STEEL, IRON, CHAIN PUMPS, LEAD PIPE,
MOROCCO and LINING SKINS, &c..
To•ether with a full assortment of everything pertaining
to his lino of business.
A LE XANDRI A BRE WE fl Y.
IFENBERa & COIsZNOIt, nre prop:trod to furnish nil
orders for ALE, promptly. Adarc , . 4 Isenhcrg & Connor,
Alexandria. Huntingdon county, Pa. [Doc. 8,
having been reliably informed that Samuel L.
Glasgow held or holds several notes of baud pulating - to
be given by me to him, and having never given said Glas
gow a note or notes of band, or el/dent:es of debt of any
kind, or any amount, or received value or consideration
from Linnl hereby forewarn all persons from having any
thing to do with any notes or evidence., of ,debt purport
ing to be given by Inc to said Glasgow, as I will nut pay
.them unless compelled by law- Jam: BREIV.STEII.
[December S, 155 S 1.
/tr . IC.- •
- 7\ US
ORGAN, 1%1 cLoptoN, PIANO FORTE, VIOLIN,
ILLY}:, &c.—Prof. IL Coyle, who has been successfully en
gaged fur the last fifteen years, in teaching the above in
struments; also the theory of music, takes great pleasure
in announcing to the ladies and gentlemen of Huntingdon
and vicinity, that be will permanently locate. and teach
vocal and instrumental music to the best of his ability.
Parents wishing to have their sous and daughters instruc
ted in the science of music, will, we hope, be liberal in
their patronage, as we will spare no pains in doing justice.
Tmors.—Private scholars $lO,OO per quarter, inch uding
30 lessons. Scholars will be waited upon at their homes,
Lessons to continence January sth, 1550.
Dr. E. L. Orth, Harrisburg,. Rev. Dr. Vaugh, Phila.
Robert J. Ross, Esq., c. Wm. Chapin, d i
Col. J. Robert 8, 4 C Conrad Isleyer, "
NV. 0. Hickok Esq., cc Ex-Gov. Johnson, Pittsburg,
" n REWARD—WiII be given
for the apprehension of JOHN AMBROSE
and GEORGE LITZFORD, who escaped from the Hun
tingdon Jail on the night of the 19th inst. Ambrosejs
about 35 years of age, slender, dark hair, thin in front,
small black whiskers, and is about six toot high, had on
when left dark pantaloons and heavy boots. Litiford
is L11.,/laCr, about five feet three inches high, light hair, is
in appearance mid speech.
FIFTY DOLLARS each is ill be paid for the arrest of
above described persons, or for such information as; will
lead to their arrest. HitilEFIL5 MILLER,
Hunting - don, /Nov. 24, 1858. Sheriff,
BATCHELOR'S WIGS AND TOUPEES surpass
all. They are elegant, light, easy and durable.
Fitting to a charra—no turning up behind—no shrink
ing off the head; indeed, this is the only Establishment
where these things aro properly understood and made.
[Nov. 17, 1858.1 y.) 2t13 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
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--\- VE ISEEN ni U TH 7—ThatEM ?—T
2 superb engraving, "TnE 1 - xr.t.tor: BLACKS . mmr." a c rid
the beautiful Ara Jot:RN - AL, which arc furnished to sub
scribers of the Cosmopolitan Art Association, can now be
seen at the office of J. J. Lawrence, for a short time only.
See advertisement elsewhere, headed—New Features.
ALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EX
TRACTOR.- In all disea , 3es, inflammation, more or
uss, predominates-110W, to allay inflammation, strikes At
the root of dismie—lience an immediate cure.
DALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR
and NOTIIING ELsr., will allay inflammation at once, aml
make a certain cur.•.
DALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR
will cure the following among a great catalogue of dis
eases :—Burns, Scalds, Cats, Chaffs, Sore Niptiles, Corns,
Bunions, Bruises, Strains, Bites, Poison, Chilblains, Riles,
Scrofula, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Felons, Ear Ache, Piles, Sore
Ryes, Gout, S,veliiuu , .RheuniatLen, Scald Dead, Salt
Rheum Baldness, Erysipelas, Ringwroruk, Barber's Itch,
Small Pox, 3leasles, Dash, &c., &c.
To some, it may appear incredulous that so many dis
eases bhould be reached by one article; such an idea will
vanish when reflection points to the fact, that the salvo
is a combination of ingredients, each and every one apply
ing a porfebt antidote to its apposite disorder.
DALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR
in its effects is nigieal because the time is so short he
tneen disease and a permanent care:laid it isan extractor,
as it draws all disease cut of the affected part, km/11g na
ture as perfect as before the injury. It is scarcely neces
sary to r.ay that no house, work-shop, or manufactory
should be one moment without it.
No Pain Extractor is genuine, unless tho box itas upon
it a fitt cl plata engraving, with the name of 'Leary Dailey-,
For sale by all the Druggists and patent medicine clealere
throughout the United States and C:inadas,
Principal Depot : 165 Chawb6rs St., New - York : .
C. F. CIIAC.V.
.Sold by aswiN BEAwiTursrmaDoY, PA..
[November, 17, 1858, ly.]
fkONEY. , .
' Every Ulan -- who•rocelvcis - or • pays out monoy,
8/i0i11( /MVO PClClVOle,l.GPunterftit Detector--for saldat :
LEWIS' 1100 K AND STATIONE di-1: STORM
21,. • - • - DRAFT/ND AND DRAW:Pig ll'it "} ::/t,
While and' Colored Card Paper, _
•• For Ealo at' -. . .
FOll, -'I`llE :LADIES.
A superior article of-low--Paper and Envelopes,
suitable fur colyidentia7 co rrespon t b,mce, for Ni l o ut
, LEWIS' BOOK th STATIONERY STORE.
NVEL OPE S
_A By the hex, pack. or loss onatility, for sale at •
'LEIV/S' BOOK 57'..1.770XER ysTeRE.
UPEIIBLY BEAUTIFUL ! JUT
10 OUT, Tan C05.310r07,rr4:1 iLItT Jovroim.," fur Dooent
ber. Over seventy pages--elioice articles—elegen tly ille•
trated—splendid Steel Engravings. Price SO rents„
men copy sent, oh reevipt ;or 3.8 cents.,lti teulpF dp er i•
AddressC. L. DE13.13Y.4111:10
ONTLY :TIME BOOKir
.Fur Salo at'
.LEWLY _NOOK AND STATION:I, ),
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11_ at rt , ducad prio,2s. at : LOI ir6_,_
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LEW.1.3 . .-kfi-L-'• •:'.. "-"- -.9.ttf t)1(..i1.'
FOR TILE MILLION ! I !
This arrival of Goods exceeds all others in importanco,
4.'7) - AI I orcic•ra receive prompt at ten tion.l.l
Hun t in gdon, Octolwr 7, 18.35. JAS. A. BROWN
mot, Avis' Ii ; 0 ijfi sh'olZ
JAMES A. BROWN,