The globe. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1856-1877, September 07, 1859, Image 3
THE HUNTINGDON GLOBE, A DEMOCRATIC FAMILY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, &C. THE GLOBE. Huntingdon, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 1859 LOCAL. & PERSONAL. SUNDAY SCLIOOL CELEBRATION AT MCCON NELLSTOWN.—On Saturday last:we made good time in getting to McConnellstown, where we had been informed, considerable arrange ments had been the order of the day for sev eral 'days, to get up a Celebration for the amusement of the children, and the gratifi cation of all who might he fortunate in being present. The School met in the M. E. Church, and after singing a hymn formed into.line, under the command of Gen. Is. Bumgarner, passed through the town, returned, and re paired to the beautiful grove, near the Rail road. Arriving on the ground, Hon. James Steel announced the orders of the day.— First, the assembly united in singing a hymn. Nest; -prayerby Rev. Barnitz, of York.— Another hymn. Then followed an address by Rev. Barnitz, of York. Next a hymn. Then an address by John Williamson, Esq., during the delivery of which, the committee to prepare the table, removed the "kivers" when all eyes were set in that direction. We tried to look at the speaker, but there was no use trying, our eyes had diScovered a roast pig on the table—as natural as life, only a little more so, and easier to take, so we sur rendered to the pig. Mr. Williamson, after he saw the good things, also surrendered, and the assembly adjourned to the table.— We - have seen good tables in the woods on several occasions, but we think all who sur rounded the table at the grove, at MeCon nellstown, on Saturday, will agree that it was a little more than extra—every thing of the best, and more than could be packed down. Mrs. Israel Bumgarner has ,the thanks of our better-half for the large and most excel lent cake she compelled us to carry home. After the scholars, teachers, parents and friends had fully enjoyed themselves in amuse ments and social conversations for several hours, they adjourned for their homes, to meet again on some future happy occasion, when-we hope we may again be counted "in the ring." SUNDAY SCHOOL CELEBRATION AT MARKLES BITRG.—We had the pleasure of being present nt this Celebration on Friday. last. The Schools bad arrived at the grove, a' short distance from town, before we joined them. Dr. J. IL Wintrode took the stand and an nounced the programme : The committee on the table were appointed, and consisted of a large number of ladies and gentlemen. A hymn was then sungneit, prayer by Rev. Barnitz, of York. H. T. White, Esq., then ‘ addressed the assembly in an appropriate manner. Two members of the Huntingdon Continentals being present, sung one of their choice pieces. Rev. Bricker next addressed the assembly, during which the committee on the table attended to the duties assigned them. After the close of the address the several schools formed into line and proceed ed to the table, where they found a full sup ply of good things were ready and in waiting. Of course, justice was done the table by all, young and old, and all appeared satisfied.— After dinner the schools again assembled in front of the stand, and listened to an excel lent address by Rev. Barnitz, of York, after which the school adjourned for innocent amusement, and they had a good time gener ally. At an early hour in the evening the crowd dispersed for their homes, well pleased with the day's proceedings. We hope all may live to enjoy similar occasions, , year after year, for many long years. Wily is it?—We have a noticed for year past, that our exchanges from other counties are more liberally patronized with Sheriff sales than the lluntingdon papers. Is it be cause the people of our county are more in dustrious and less unfortunate than those of other counties ?—or is it because our excel lent Sheriff, Graflius Miller, helps to build up rather than cripple the honest industry of of an honest people? We are inclined to believe, that what every body says must be true, that Col. Miller has been one of the best and most popular Sheriffs Huntingdon coun ty has ever had—and the regret is general that he has determined to tender his resigna tion on the 2nd Tuesday of October next, to go into effect in November following, in favor of the gentleman receiving the proper en dorsement by the people for said office. If the gentleman to be selected by the people should be as popular at the end of his term as Col. Miller is, there will be but few to re gret his success. THE COUNTY FAIR.—The Premium List may be found in to-day's Globe. County pride, if nothing else, should induce the far mers, the mechanics, and every other indus trious calling, to give our next exhibition their earnest and early attention. Every one shoUld have something on exhibition, and there are few who could not offer something to attract attention. Every body, their rela tions and friends, and the rest of mankind, must " pitch in," and make our exhibition what it should be, and can be, if all will feel the right interest in what should interest the whole county. We understand that Dr. J. H. Wintrode, of Marklesburg, has been selected to deliver the address. THE STEAM GRIST MlLL.—Mattern & Har rison's new Grist Mill is now in operation, and we are informed that it works to the en tire satisfaction of the enterprising gentle men immediately interested. TUE COLORED CAMP MEETING.—This "in- stitution" has been in full blast since Friday last. On Sunday afternoon we visited the, ground, and as near as we could judge, there must have been near a thousand, persons in attendance. Hacks were running from and returning to town every hour during the day, and to a late hour in the night, keeping up a thick dust and a continual confusion. The night meetings take all our b'hoys out of town for a few hours, giving our good citizens a taste of that good order which might prevail in our . midst if those in authority would but discharge their duty. The weather permit ting, the camp will continue until Thursday next. The County Fair will be the next `tin- stitution" in order. TAKE CARE Op THE LITTLE ONES.—The nights and mornings begin to have an au tumnish feel that admonishes us that the season for doffing cotton and linen, and don ning woolen wear *ill soon be upon us. In fact, it is time even now to dress the " little folks" more warmly. Many a child has been brought to an untimely grave by unreasona ble indulgence in bare arms and low necked dresses. Flannel is a great promoter of health and preventer of cholera na6rbus and dysentery—two diseases of which, according to high medical authority, more than any other two to which infantile flesh is heir.— We charge nothing for the advice. A WORD TO THE BUSS.—YOUI ng lads, as Well ,as some old enough to know better, are in the habit of entering gardens, by night and by day, and without permission from the owners, carry away any kind of fruit they can lay their hands upon—and very frequently de stroy with their feet, vegetables of more value than the fruit they steal. Such conduct, on their part, may not seem to them as being very wrong, but, if they will continue im proving in their habi,s they will, in the course of a few years, and themselves students at one of the higher institutions. Boys take warning One day last week, a boy of this place, was arrested and bound over to appear at Court, for stoning a neighbor's boy, and oth wise annoying him. We forbear mentioning his name, on account of the respect we have for his parents, but say it served hint right; and hope the warning may have the effect of opening the eyes of the boy, (if not those of his parents,) that be may see the dreadful results his bad conduct will lead him to, if he does not stop. MOUNT VERNV.—The party occupying this ho - use for some time, for the good of the town, have left it. Mr. John Wierley has taken the house, and will immediately have it fixed up in good style, and be prepared to accommodate his, friends with the best oys ters and other luxuries. Mount Vernon is located immediately opposite the Jackson Hotel on Railroad street. EXCELSIOR.—TIie new wagon built for the Huntingdon Excelsior Brass Band, by Mr. Owen Boat, and ornamented by Rev. Barnitz, is now finished, and its beauty reflects great credit upon these two gentlemen and their assistants. The public may expect to see the wagon on the streets in a few days. ,C;Cy. The Sk irleysburg Herald is to be re vived on or about the first of January next. A prospectus has already been issued by Mr. John Lutz the late editor and proprietor.— The lower end cannot do without a local pa per. The _Herald will be printed on entire new materials. Who don't like peach pot-pie, such as Mrs. Martha Geissinger gets up ? Knowing our crop of the article to be rather slim, she was kind enongh to send us a big taste of a genuine one, piled up on a clean plate.— Who is the next customer—we have the cream THE DAUGHTER OF AFFLICTION.—A Memoir of the Protracted Sufferings, and Religimm Experience of Miss Mary Rankin. For sale at Lewis' Book Store, at the price fixed by the authoress. This interestingvolume is printed in large and clear type, and neatly bound. THE SUMAC AND BARK MILL.—The new mill erected by Mr: Rash Fisher, for grind ing Sumac and Bark, is now in operation. FINE PEARS.-31r: Levi Wright, of Union township,. on Friday last. presented us with several very fine pears. Our thanks. DELICIOUS)'Lusts.—Mr. Robert Stitt will please accept our thanks- fur a variety of choice plums. DR. HAMPTON'S COMPOUND DIURETIC PILLS, are highly recommended by eminent Physicians, as a safe, certain, speedy and permanent cure far Gravel. Strictures, and all other diseases or derangement of the bladder• and kidneys. Price fifty cents p✓r box. Sedt to any address free on receipt of price. Address- Dlt. J. T. HAMPTON & CO., No. 405 Spruce street. Philadelphia. ALSO, Proprietors and Manufacturers or Dr. Hampton's Anti-Rheumatic Mixture, Medicated Cough S , ,rup, The Great Desideratum or Hair Restorer. August 24,1859-2 m. MOOFL AND'S GERMAN BITTERS. THEY ARE ENTIRELY VEGETABLE, And free front Alcoholic Stimulant, and all injurious in gredients; are pleasant in taste and smell, mild in their operation, will expel all morbid secretions from the body, give bloom to the pallid cheek, and health and vigor .2 the frame. They will cure DYSPEPSIA. They will cure NERVOUS' EBILITY. They will cure LIVER COMPLAINT. They will cure JAUNDICE. They will cure DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS. They will cure CONSTIPATION. They will cure PILES. They will cure HEARTBURN. They will cure SWIMMING OF THE HEAD. They will cure FLUTTERING OF THE HEART. They are prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, 418 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa., and sold by druggists and store keepers in every town and village in the United States, Canadas, West Indies, and South America. at 75 cents per bottle. NERVOUS DISEASES CONTROLLED AND CONQUERED. Of all the various ills that detract from the enjoyment of human life, most of them may be traced to a disordered condition of the nervous system. The horrors of Epilep sy, or Falling Sickness, arise in most cases from this cause. Our readers may remember, on several occasions before, we have alluded to the wonderful cures, or modifications of Fits, snide by the Vegetable Extract Epileptic Pills, in vented and prepared by Dr. Seth S. Hance, of 10S Balti more street, Baltimore, :ffd. We feel fully satisfied that these Pills have cured some of the most subborn cases of Epilepsy, as well as the milder forms of Fits, such us se vere Cramps, Spasms, &c. We now record the fact, that per,,ons will find these Pills equally efficacious in curing every form of nervous debility ;—no matter whether man ifested in the acute and excruciating form of Neuralgia, Tic-Doloreux, or Nervous Headache, the misery of Dys pepsia or Indigestion, the sufferings of Rheumatism or Gout, the melancholly hallucination of depressed spirits or hysteria, their effects will be equally happy and certain. Persons in the country can write to the inventor, and have the medicine forwarded to them by mail. The prices are. one box, S 3; two boxes $5; twelve boxes $2l; and sent to any part of the country, free of postage. Direct your communications to SEMI S. HANCE, 108 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md. PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. MONDAY, Sept. s.—There is no change in Flour; the de mand, however, both for export and home use, is limited, and the only sales reported are 150 bbls old stock super fine at $4,50; 200 bbls do extra at $4,6334 and 200 Mils fresh ground family Flour at $0 bbl; superfine is offer ed at $505,25,'and extra and fancy lots at $5,50@6, and $7 93 bbl, as in quality. Rye Flour' is scarce, and firm at $3,75 bbl. Penna. Corn has declined, and about 450 bide sold at $3,50 bbl. Wheat—There is not much doing, and only about 3,500 bus. found buyers at $1,18@1,19 for reds—the latter for prime Delaware—and $1,25©1,28 for good white in small lots. Rye is wanted, and new South. ern is quoted at 71@72c, and Penna at 75@80c—the latter for old. Corn is not very active, but sales of 5,000 bus yellow are reported at 79 @ 80c afloat and in store. Oats are rather lower, with sales of 3,000 bus new Southern to note at 34c, and 1,500 bus old Penna at 37c. TOSEPH FUSSELL, No. 2 North Fourth street, Philadelphia, Manufacturer of superior quality of UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS. has now in his stock the most complete as sortment, embracing many new styles, some of which can be found in no other establishment, and which he is pre pared to offer to cash and short time purchasers, at very satisfactory prices. [Sept, 7, 1859-Im.] pLATFORM SCALES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, SUITABLE FOR RAILROADS, &c., for weighing hay, coal, ore and merchandise generally...mi Purchasers run no risk, every scale is guaranteed cor rect, and if, atter trial, not found satisfactory, can be returned without charge. Factory at the old stand, established for more than thirty-five years. ABBOTT & CO., Corner of Ninth and Melon streets, Sebt. 7, iSS9-3111. PHILADELPHIA. FOR RENT. The subscriber offers for rent the House, Lot and Stable situate in Mount Union, Huntingdon county, Pa., on the Great Central Penna—Railroad. The property be ,longing to the heirs of James G. Doyle, deceased. The buildings are all new and substantial. and are well calcu lated tbr a tavern stand. Any person wishing to rent, will call on the subscriber at Shirleysburg, or John A. Doyle, Mount Union. Possession will be given on the first day of November next. _ _ Sept. 7. 1859-3 t TEACHERS EXAMINATIONS. The undersigned will meet the Teachers and School Directors in their respective Districts, as indicated in the following table: Carbon, Sept 10, Coalznont, Porter and Alexandria, " 12, Alexandria. West, 44 13, Petersburg. Walker, - "14 McConnellstown. Juniata and Henderson, " 15, - Huntingdon Brady, " 16, Oneida, " 17, Shirley anti Shirleysburg, " 20, Barree, " 22, Jackson, CL 23, McAlavys Fort. The hour for meeting at each of the above places, will be 9 o'clock, A. M. Teachers are requested to be punctual. ALBERT OWEN, Sept. 7, 1859. County Superintendent. ru II E CELEBRATED 7 2 HORSE NORMAN will *stand for ser- JVAPE4 vice at the stable of Gen. Wilson in Hunting- VAX don, until the County Fair in October. Sept. 7, 1559-3t.] -r,IST OF PREMIUMS AND AWARDING Committees for the Fifth Annual Exhibi tion of the Huntingdon County Agricultural Society, to be held at Huntingdon, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, the 4th, sth and 6th days of October, 1859: CLASS 1. HORSES—BRED STOCK. Best stallion, $7 00 2d best, 100 2d best, 400 3d best, Youatt 3d best, Youatt Best colt 5 mos. Best 2yr old, 300 old or under, 300 2d best, 1 00 2d best, 2 00 3d best, Youatt 3d best, 1 00 Best gelding, 2 00 Best brood mare. 5 00 2d best, 1 00 2d best, 3 00 3d best, Youatt 3d best, 2 00 Best filly, 2 00 COAIAIOI Best draught stal,.7 00 Best 3 yr old, 4 00 2d best, 2 00 Best under 1 yr, 3 00 2d best, 2 00 Best 3 yr old filly, 3 00 2d best, 2 00 3d best, Youatt Best 2 yr old colt, 3 00 2d best, 2 00 Best brood mare, 5 00 2d best, 3 00 3d best, 2 00 Best yearling c01t,2 00 2d best, 1 00 Awarding COMMitice.—George W. Johnston, Barree; John Rhodos, Henderson; Jonathan Wilson, West, James Entriken, Hopewell, T. E. Orbison, Orbisonia. CLASS 2.—NEAT STCCK. I= Best bull, 5 00 2d best, 3 00 Best cow, 4 00 2d best, 2 00 Best heifer, 3 00 2d best, 2 00 Best calf, 2 00 2d best, 1 00 ALDERNEY. Best bull, 5 00 2il best, 3 00 Best cow, 4 00 2d best, 2 00 Best heifer, 3 00 2d best, 2 00 Best calf, 2 00 2d best, " 100 Awarding Committee.—rhea. ALOaks,Barree; Jacob Musser, Brady ; Jacob Weaver, Hope well ; Henry Lee, Jackson ; Richard Chilcote, Union. CLASS 3.—HOGS. Best boar, 5 00 2d best, 2 00 2d best, 3 00 Best chest.whito, 3 00 3d best, 2 00 2d best, 2 00 Best sow, 4 00 Best Berkshire, 3 00 2d best, 2 00 2d bcst, 2 00 Best litter of pigs,3 00 Awarding Committee.—John S. Isett, Frank lin ; John Weston, Brady ; Charles Porter, Al exandria, Daniel Flenner, Walker; Peter Shaf fer, Morris. CLASS 4.-SIrEEP Best L. W. buck, Bakewell, 5 00 2d best, 3 00 Best Southdown, 5 00 2d best, 3 00 Best fine w. do., 5 00 2(1 best, 3 00 Awarding Committee John Hewitt, Porter; A cob Hoover, Penn; Jas. TOUN LONG. Guardian Mill Creek Donation Shirleysburg Manor Hill A. LEWIS STOCK. 3d best, Youatt Best draught hor, 3 00 2d best, 2 00 3d best, 1 00 Best riding horse,4 00 2d best, 2 00 Best pr matches, 6 00 2d best, 4 00 Best trotter, 3 00 2d liest, 2 00 Best fam horse, 3 00 2d best, 2 00 Best pr mules, 4 00 2d best, 2 00 DEVOY Best bull, 5 00 2d best, 3 00 Best cow, 4 00 al best, 2 00 Best heifer, 3 00 2d best, 2 00 Best calf, 2 00 2d best, 1 00 COMMON Best work oxen, 6 00 2cl best. 4 00 Best bull, 5 00 2cl best, 3 00 Best cow, 4 00 2d best, 2 00 Best 2 year old heifer, 2 00 2d best, 1 00 Best calf, 2 00 2d best, 1 00 Best ewe, 5 00 2d best, 3 00 Best long w• ewe, 5 00 2d best, 3 00 Best South'n do., 5 00 2d best, 3 00 .--Levi Evans, Carbon; S. Oaks, Jackson; Ja- Neely, Dublin. CLASS 5.-PLOWING Best, 2d best, 4 001 3d best, 3 00 I 4th best, Awarding Committee.—Benj. Neff, (of And.) Porter; Robert B. Wilson, West; N. G. M'Divit, Oneida; Geo. Wilson, Tell; Win. Hutchison, Warriorsmark. CLASS 6.—AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS Best plow,subsoil,3 00 Best wheat drill, 3 00 2d best, 100 12d best, • 200 Best harrow, 2 001 Best cornplanter, 2 CO 2d best, 1 00 I 2d best, • 1 00 Best cultivator, 2 00Best mower and I 2d best, 1 00 reaper, • 3 00 Best hill s. plow, 2 00 2d best, 2 00 2d best, 1 00 Best straw and Best-windmill, 2 001 - Rader cutter, 200 2d best, 1 00 2d best, 1 00 • Awarding Committee.—lfon. Jon.McWilliams, Franklin; J. Nelson Ball, Huntingdon; Peter Tippery, Morris; E. B. 'Wilson, Cassville McComb, Union. CLASS 7:—GRAIN Best white wheat, 2 00 2d best, ' 1 00 3d best, 50 Best Iled Wheal, 2 00 2d best, 1 00 3d best, 50 Best yellow corn, 1 00 2cl best, 50 Best white corn, 1 00 :Awarding Committee.—John R. Hunter, Pe tersburg; Henry Graffius, Porter ; Peter M. Bare, Mt. Union ; Robert Madden, Springfield ; John Cummins, Jackson. CLASS B.—DOMESTIC MANU.—EATABLES. Best bbl flour, 200 2d best, 1 00 Best bread, 3 00 2d best, 2 00 3d best, 1 00 Best butter, 2 00 2d best, 1 00 3d best, 50 Best pound cake, 1 00 2d best, 50 Best sponge cake, 1 00 2d best, 50 Bestfelly cake, 1 00 2d best, 50 Best pie, 1 00 2d best, 50 Best cheese, 1 00 Best preserves, 1 00 2d best, 50 Best pickles, 1 00 .`2.d best, 50 Best dom - wine, 2 00 Awarding Committees ' on Flour, Bread, Butter, Cakes, Pies, Cheese, Apple Butter, and Honey. —Dr. J. A. Shade, Dublin; Mrs. Elsey Waters, Barree ; Mrs. J. K. Hampson, Brady ; Mrs. J. M. Cunningham, Huntingdon ; Samuel Brooks, Esq., Carbon ; and on Custards, Sugar, Molas ses, Catsup, Jelly, Preserves, Pickles, Domestic Wine, and Vinegar—Gen. S. Miles Green, Por ter ; Mrs. Dr. H. Orlady, Petersburr , b ; Miss Nancy McDivitt, Huntingdon ; Miss J. Galbraith, Shirleysburg ; Dr. J. F. Wilson, Barree. CLASS 9.— DOM. MANIT.—H'LD. FABRICS. Best, carpet, 200 best,pr worsted, 50 2d best, 1 00 best pr ornamental, 50 Best flannel, 2 00 best pr needlework, 50 2(l' best, 1 001 best shirt, 1 00 best quilt, 2 00 I 2d, best, 50 2d best,•' 1 001 lieBt hard soap, 1 00 3dbest, 50 I 2d best, 50 best hearth rug, 1 00 best candles, 1 00 2d. best; . - 50 2d best, 50 • best pr wool socks, 50 Awarding Committee.—Thomas Fisher, Hun tingdon; Mrs. Samuel Hatfield, Porter; Mrs. Miles Lewis, West; Mrs. Jno. C. Watson, Bra dy ; Leonard G. Kessler, Petersburg. CLASS 10.—Fancy Needle, Shell and Ornamen- best fancy needle work, 1 00 2d best, 50 best ornamental, 1 00 2d best, 50 best ocean shell & moss work, 1 00 2d best, 50 best fancy chenille work, 2 00 2d best, 1 00 3d best, 50 best bead work, 1 00 2d best, best orna,. leather work, frame, 200 2d best, 1 00 -3d best, 50 best crotchet w., 50 best lamp mat, 50 I best net work, 50 I best worsted quilt, 50 Awarding Committee. tingdon ; Mrs. Dr. J. H. Maria Porter, Porter ; tingdon; J. White Shay= CLASS 11..—Mechanica ufactures. best 2h. car., ,2 00 ware, 200 best buggy, . 1 00 best and greatest best sett sin., har; 100 variety tin ware,l 00 best sett farm har,l 00 best and greatest best sad:'& bridle,l 00 variety of stone & best pr of boots, 100 earthen ware, 100 best pr of 'shoes, 50 best wash. mach., 50 best side of sole best churn, 1 00 leather, . 1 00 best meat vessel, 1 00 best kip and calf best specimen of skin, ~ . , 100 marble work, 200 best side of harness best cook stove, 1 00 andupper leath, 1 00 best pr. h. shoes, 50 best lot of cabinet best corn broom, 50 Awarding Committee.—William Dorris, Jr., Huntingdon; R. C. McGill, Alexandria; Rich'd. Ashman, Scottsvill ; Jno. Flenner, Henderson ; John B. Simons, Franklin. CLASS 12-FRUITS. Best and greatest varie ty of Apples, 3 00 2,1 best do., 2 00 3d best do.„. 1 00 Best doz. Fall Apples, 2 00 2d best do., 1 00 Best Winter apples, 2 00 2d best do., 1 'OO Best and greatest varie ty of pears, 3 00 2d best do., 2 00 Best doz. Winter pears, 2 00 211 best do., 1 00 Best Fail pears, 2 00 2d best do., 1 00 Best and greatest varie ty of peaches, 2 00 2d best do., 1 00 Awarding Committee—D. Blair, Esq., Huntingdon, Col. J. D. Donaldson, Mapleton, Hays Hamilton, Esq., Frank lin, B, F. Patton, Warriorsrnark, J. A. Doyle, Mt. Union. CLASS 13—VEGETABLES, Best peppers, 2d best do., Best tobacco, 2d best do., Best parsnips, Best carrots, Best on ions, 2d best do., Best celery, 2d best do.. Best cauliflower, 2d best do,, Best pumpkins, 2nd best do., Best pie pumpkins, 2d best do.. Best squashes, 2d - be•t do., Best water melons, 2d best do., Best and greatest varie ty of potatoes, 2 00 2d best do., 1 00 3d best do., 50 Best Neshannocks, 1 00 " rnexican, 1 00 " pink eye, 1 00 " white, 1 00 " red, 1 00 " blue, 1 00 ~ sweet potatoes, 1 00 2d best do., 50 Best cabbage, 50 2d best do., 25 Best mangel wertzel 100 2d best do., 50 Best rota bags, 1 00 2d best do., 50 Best sugar beet, 1 00 2d best do., 50 2d best, 50 Best rye, 1 00 2d best, 50 Best . oats, 1 00 2d best, ' 50 Best buckwheat, 1 00 2d best, 50 Best barley, • 100 2d best, 50 2d best, 50 Best apple butter,l 00 2d best, 50 Best honey, 1 00 2d best, 50 Best•custard, 1 00 2d best, 50 Best dom sugar, 1 00 2d best, 50 Best map mol., 100 2d. best, 50 Best sorghum, 100 2d best, ' 50 Best torn catsup, 1 00 2d best, 50 Best jelly, 1 00 2d best, 50 2d best, 1 00 3d best, 50 Best vinegar, 1 00 2d best, 50 Work best pr of potieho manid vases, 2 00 2d best, 1 00 3d best, 50 best wax vase, 200 Id best, 1 00 3d best, 50 best vase of wax flowers, 2 00 2d best, 1 00 3d best, 50 best specimen of dried flow pres'd, 50 best specimen of was fruits, 3 00 2d best, 2 00 3d best, 1 00 best silk embroid'y, 50 best ottoman, 50 best em'd slipper, 50 best lin. embroid'y, 50 —Jno. Scott, Esq., Hun . Wintrode, Penn ; Mrs. Liss Mary Gregg, Hun er, Mt. Union. 1 Implements and Man- Best dozen of peaches, 1 00 25 best do., 50 Best quinces, 1 00 25 best do., 50 Best and greatest varie ty of plums, 2 00 2d best do., ' 1 00 Best dozen plums, 1 00 25 best do., 50 Best and greatest 'ratio of grapes, 3 00 25 best do., 2 00 3d best do., 1 00 Best native grapes, 1 00 2d best do., 50 Best foreign grapes, 1 00 25 best do., 50 Best wild or fox grapes, 50 25 best do., 25 Best turnips, Best musk melons, Best egg plant, 2d best do., 2d best do., Best beans, Best tomatoes, 2d best do., 2d best do., 75 Best peas, 3d best do., 50 2d best rko.„ Best and greatest vatic , - Best fall or winter let ty of tomatoes 3, 00 titer, 2d best ctio,, 2 00 1 00 Awarding Chniwittee on potatoes, cabbage, mangel wort' zel, rutabaga, beets, turnips, and egg plants:— Ferry Mooro, Earl., Morris, James Wilson,Henderson, John Vandevander, Esq., WalltlA, Lieury obison, Dub lin, Dr. C. IL Moore, Carbon. On tomatoes, peppers. tobacoo, parsnips, onions,Sc.:— Nicholas Cresswell, Alexandria, James Clarke, Birming ham, Frederick Schneider, Henderson, Nicholas Corbin, Ca.ssville, John liewet, West.. CLASS 14— FLOR. Beet display of flowers in bloom 3 00 2d best do., 2 00 3d best do., 1 00 Best display of plants in bloom, 2 00 2d best do., 1 00 3d best do., 50 Awarding annmittee—Rev. Zahnizer, Huntingdon, -Miss Prudence Jackson, Huntingdon, Mrs. Dr. Brown, Cassville, Miss Ellen Eraker, Shirleysburg, Geo. C. Bucher, Alexan dria. CLASS 15—POULTRY. Best do game of any variety, , .100 2d best do., 60 Best do poland, • 100 2d best do., 50 Best do java fowls, 1 00 2d best do., 50 Best do mixed breed, 100 2d best do., Best turkeys, Best and largest varie ty pure bred fowls, 200 2d best do., 1 00 Best pair or trio of shanghais, . 1 00 2d best do., 50 Best do coebin china, 100 2d best do., 50 Bestdo brahmapootra, 1 00 2d best do., 50 Best do dorkings, 1 00 2d best do., 50 Best do spangled ham burg, 1 00 2d best do., 50 Awarding a mmittee—Wm. E. Zeigler, Huntingdon, Henry Wilson, Oneida, Eli Plummer, Tod, Dr. M. Orlady, Walker, Thos. Fisher, Jr., Huntingdon. CLASS IG-.PAINTING Best oil painting—por- trait or fruit, - 1 00 2el best do., 50 Best oil paint'g on glass,l 00 2d best do., 50 Best landscape in oil, 100 24 best do., 50 Best do. from nature, 100 2d best do., 50 Best lithograph in oil, 1 00 2d best do., 50 Best pen or pencil draw ing, 1 00 2d best do., 50 Awarding Committee—Rev. A. M. Barnitz. Huntingdon, Rev. S. 11. Reid, Huntingdon, Mrs. Dr. J. B. Loden, Hun tingdon, Mrs. D. Clarkson, Cassville, Mrs. Dr. Swoope, Porter. All stock and articles for exhibition must be entered on the book provided for that purpose, at the office of entry, before being admitted to the ground, and Exhibitors Nvill be required to state particularly on what class they will be required to compete for premiums. Exhibitors can, at any time previous to the Fair, have any article or stock entered, by notifying either of the Secretaries, and giving at the same time, the name of the article or animal proposed, with as full information as possible in regard to age, pedigree, &c. ' No premium shall in any case be awarded when the an imal or article is, in the opinion of the Awarding Commit tee, deemed unworthy, though there be neother entered for competition on the same class. JOHN C. WATSON, President. R. McDivrrT, ~ I. F. ItAmny, zecraames. [Sept. 7, 1859.] AILS, SHOULDERS AND SIDES 111, for sale at T. P. LOVE'S. A mitamO w tt:utit4; BOOK'S AND STATIONERY.— A good assortment of miscellaneous and School Books—Foolscap, Letter. Commercial and Note Paper— Plain and Fancy Envelopes—Red, Blue and Black Inks— Blank Books of numerous sizes—Pens, Pencils, Pocket and Desk Inkstands, and every other article usually found in a Book and Stationery Store, can be had at fair prices at LEWIS' BOOK, TT STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE. - - - UNTINGDON - OUNTY AGRI CULTURAL SOCIETY EXHIBITION.—The Fifth Annual Exhibition of the Huntingdon County Agricul tural Society, will be held on the old ground in West Hun tingdon, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, the 4th, sth and 6th days of October next. A list of premiums, together with Awarding Commit tees. will shortly be published, and the Books of Entry for the Exhibition opened. By order of the Society, It, MoDIVITT, Secretary. Huntingdon, August 31, 1559. b}z, f ,_ „,. VIOLINS, GUITARS, -'• (6 SYMPIIO'NIANS AND ACCOUDEONS, For sale cheap at LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE. To the Heirs and Legal Representatives of S.'unziel ifyton, deceased, late of West township. TAKE NOTICE, that au Inquest will be held at the late dwelling house of Samuel Mytou, deceased, in the township of West, in the county of Hun tingdon, on the 18th day of October. 1559, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, for the purpose of making parti tion of the real estate of said deceased to and among Ids children and legal representatives, if the same can be done without prejudice to or spoiling of the whole, other wise to value and appraise the same according to law—at which time and place you may attend if you think proper. GRAFFUS MILLER, Sheriff. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, August 31, 1859-3 t. [Estate of William Milton, late of WM tozotishi:p, dced.j AUDITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Or phan's Court of Huntingdon county, to distribute the bal ance in the hands of David Barrick and Alex. B. Cunning ham, Administrators of Samuel D. Myton, who was one of the Executors of William Myton, late of West township. deed., hereby gives notice to all persons interested, that he will attend to his duties at his office in the borough of Huntingdon, on Thursday, the 22d day of September next, at one o'clock. P. M.,when and where all persons having claims against said mid are required to present the same, or be debarred from coming in upon the said fund. TIIEO. H. CREMER, August .31, 1859-4 t. Aoitor: towu s THE CYTHARA—The Presbyterian Psalmodist—The C. ) 1 Shawn—Grobe's New Method for the Piano-Forte—llunten's and Bertini's enlarged and im proved instructors—%%eiland's New and Improved Method for the Ouitar—Leland's Accordeon, Violin and Flute In structors—Winner's and Howe's Violin Instructors—Eel lak's Melodeon Instructor—Burrower' Piano-Forte Primer —do. Thorough-Base Primer—Heave's Drawing ROOni Dances, for sale at LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY ds MUSIC STORE. [Estate of Wm. Cummins, late of Jackson township, deed.] AUDITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Or phan's Court of Huntingdon county, to distribute the balance in the hands of George Jackson and John Cum mins, Administrators of William Cummins, late of Jack son township, deceased, hereby gives notice to all persons interested, that he will attend to his duty at his office in the borough of Huntingdon, on Friday, the 23rd day of September next, at 10 o'clock, A. al., when and where all persons having claims against the said fund are required to present the same, or be debarred from coming in upon the said fund. August 31,1859-4 t T" I\IANTILLA AND CLOAK EMPORIUM, No. 70S Chestnut street, above Seventh, PIIILADELPIIIA. The subscribers invite the attention of Ladies, to their Stock of there Elegant Garments, of which being a speci alty, they are enabled to offer die most complete assort ment in the city. They will open in the course of September and October, their IMPORTATIONS consisting of EMBROIDERED VELVET CLOAKS, lIANDSOME HEATER CLOAKS, OPERA CLOAKS, &0., and elegant specimens of Home Manufacture, will be added to their Stock EVER 1" AfORNING THROUGH THE SEASON. 1 00 50 1 00 J. W. PROCTOR & CO., Importers and Manufacturers of CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS, No, 70S Chestnut street, (above 7th.,) PLILLAVA August 31, ISSO-3m. pERSONS HAVING REAL ES TATE FOR SALE, will find THE VALLEY STAR the best advertising medium in Cumberland Valley or Southern Pennsylvania. Advertisements can be ordered through the Globe, or sent direct to the undersigned. J. M. MILLER, 2m. Nowville, Pa. _ . FRUIToId JARS !! FRUIT JARS-I! I Made AIR-TIGHT by simply TURNING A SCREW. only at the Hardware Store of Au&.. 10. JAS. 'A. BROWN. 60 60 25 1 00 L DEPARTMENT, Best display of dahlias in bloom, 3 00 2d best do., 1 00 3d best do., 1 00 Best boquet of dahlias, 50 Best boquet of flowers, 50 2d best do., 25 Best floral design, 2 00 2d best do., 1 00 3d best do., 50 2d best do., Best guinea fowls, 2d best do., Best ducks, •ld best do., Best geese, 2d best do., Best colored crayon do., 1 00 2d best do., 50 Best india ink do., 1 00 24 best do., 50 Best painting in water Colors, 1 00 Best specimen of mar ine drawing, 1 00 2d best do., 50 Best oriental painting— grecian or italian, 100 24 best du., 50 THEO. H. CREMES, ITALUABLE REAL ESTATE Near HUNTLNODON, P A.—ORZVAZIS' CO.WRT SALE. In pursnatice of Orders , of the Orphans! Court of the county of Huntingdon, the Ttacts of Land, &c., herein-af ter described, situate ixi said, county, will bee exposed to. public sale on the premises, ON THURSDAY, TUB 29ra DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1859, as the property of JOHN Kca, late, of said county, dec'd., to wit : 1. All that tract marked (A) in the dia gram annexed to the return of the Inquest, containing 237 acres and 130 perches, it being the Mansion Farm, of said deed. About one-half of this tract is clearedand un der cultivation ; about 40 acres of which is meadow. Run ning water fur cattle, Sc., may be readily introduced into almost every field upon this farm. There are ;upon it a two story frame dwelling house, a large i . brick barn and other buildings. Also, a good n apple orchard. 2. All that Tract marked (C) in said dia gram, containing 237 acres and &S perches, and called the Moore Farm. Somewhat more than half of this. tract is cleared and under cultivation, a fair proportion of which is meadow, On account of the nearness of these two farms to the borough of Huntingdon, and the large quantity of meadow upon each, they would be well suited for grazing or stock farms. 3. All that Tract marked (D) in said dia gram, containing 185 acres, 132 perches; about one-half of this tract is cleared and under culti- 0 4 .M3 vation, tend has thereon erected, two tenant e houses.aam m . . 1 4. All that Tract marked (E) in said dia gram, containing 214- acres, 87 perches; about 100 acres of this tract are cleared and under cultivation. NO build ings thereon. 5. All that Tract marked (G) in said dia gram, containing 119 acres—Woodland. 6. All that Tract marked (K) in said dia gram, containing 87 acres, 147 perches—Woodland. 7. All that Tract marked (L) in said dia gram, containing 145 acres, 83 perches—Woodland. 8. All that Tract marked (M) in said din,- gram, containing 117 acres, 147 perches--Woodland. 9. An undivided interest in Milnwood Academy in Dublin township, the extent of NNltich inter est will be made known on the day of sale. 10. All that Tract marked (B) in said dia gram, containing 203 acres, 39 perches, and called the Leftand or Spring House farm ; about one-half not this tract is cleared, and' has thereon a dwel ling house, sawmill, and an excellent spring of water. To be suld as the real estate of Joshua A. Ker, deceased, under his last Will. 11. All that Tract marked in said diagram; with the letter (F) containing 179 acres, 124 perches, and called the Creek Farm : about 80 ~.a acres thereof are cleared, and a dwelling house em ..... m . thereon erected ; the uncleared part of this tract •1 11 . 00, is heavily timbered. To be sold as the Real Estate of Hen ry M. Ker. deceased, under his last Will. All these lands, except Milnw•ood, lie in one body, near the borough of Huntingdon. and will be sold together or separately, so as to suit purchasers. Trams.—One third of the purchase money to be paid on confirmation of the sale, and the residue to bo payable with interest, at such times as may be agreed upon on the day of sale. The un paid purchase money to be secured by Bonds and Mort aaati. o o Sale to commence at 10 o'clock of said day. Attendance will be given by August 31, 1859.--3 t 1 00 50 1 00 50 1 00 1 00 ATJDITOR'S NOTICE. The undersigned Auditor appointed to distribute. the proceeds of Sheriff's sale of the real estate of David H. Foster, will attend to his duties at the office of Miles d: Dorris, on Thursday the 22d day of September next, at 10! o'clock A. M. WILLIAM DOItRIS Jr. Auditor. Huntingdon Aug. 24 1859. T I N- 0 Proposals s TO b C NT ACTORS_I a -L at Cs_ sioner& office in Huntingdon, for the building of a bridge across Shavers Creek, on the road front Petersburg to 31e1Mur trie's Tavern, up to 2 o'clock op Friday, the 2d day of Sep tember, 1859. Plan and specifications can be seen at the Commissioners office, and specifications can be seen at Henry Davis' near the bridge. By order of Commissioners. HENRY W. MILLER, Clerk. August 24, 1859. B ELL, GARRETTSON c 0 BANKER S, lIUNTINGDON, PA. A general Banking business clone. Drafts on Philadel phia, Pittsburg, dc., constantly for sale. Money received on deposit, payable on demand without interest,. or on , time with interest at fair rates:• August 17, 1859.* TJENNSYLVANIA STATE AGRI CULTURAL SOCIETY EXHIBITION.—The Ninth, Annual Exhibition of the Pennsylvania State• Agricultw. ral Society. will be held at Powelton. Philadelphia, om Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, the 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th, days of September next. On the Ist Sep tember, the Secretary will remove to the Rooms of the Philadelphia Society for the promotion of Agriculture, No. 026 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, where Books of Entry for the Exhibition will be opened. Letters addressed to the Secretary, at Harrisburg, og John McCowen, Philadelphia, or to Charles K,Engle, Bus tieton, will meet with attention till Ist September. DAVID TAGG ART, President. A. 0. HEisTEaßitecretary. Arir• Goods,fdr. Exhibition, carried on all the Railroads in the State,CAnd fro, free of charge. August 17, 1859. TOTICE TO COLLECTORS.- Collectors of ISSB and previous years, who have not been already issued against, are hereby required to have your duplicates paid off, on or before the first day of November next, or the balance of your accounts will be put into the bawls of the Sheriff for collection. The collectors of 1.859 are regnived:to.have the one half of their duplicates paid against the November Court, and to have them, fully settled up on or before the first day of April, ISt3o.lf not paid by that time,.tbe balance of tlie,;. accounts wild be immediately placed. in the htkilge of the Sheriff for collection. Bp order of CornmiBßioners. HENRY W.. MILLER., Clerk August 17,1859 GROCERY STORE.- The undersigned having opened• out opposite the Huntingdon & Broad Top Railroad depot, in Huntingdon, is determined to sell all articles usually kept in Grocery- Stores, CHEAP .I , OR CASH, OR APPROVED COUNTRY PRODUCE. Call and examine for yourselves, before purchasing else-. where. Huntingdon, Aug. 10, 1850 ADMINISTRATOR'S., NOTICE. Letters of Administration on the Estate of 164AEL SMILEY, late of Barree township, Hunting don county, deceased, hawing been granted to the under signed, they hereby notify all persons indebted to said Es tate, to make immediate payment, and those having claims p s gpinst the same, to present them, duly authenticated, foc settlement. Amist 10. 1859 GooD NEWS! WASHING CLOTHES BY PRE.SSHRE I After fifty years experimenting, the proper article him at last been invented for women, in their hard labors on the washing day. "IT IS EVEN SO!" Come and be convinced that we are ahead of every ma chine in use. Hail the time, half the, hard labor. and half in wear and tear. IS saved. Little boys and girls can do the work for their mothers. The undersigned have pur chased the exclusive right of linntingdon and Mifflin counties, to make and sell J. T. MuncE's EMANCIPATOR WASHING MACHINES. We desire the public to call and examine this truly LS BOR•SAYINU MACUINE. It can be seen at our shop on Wash ington street We, the undersigned, having thoroughly tested the above machine, take pleasure in recommending the same to the public, assured that they will dud it all that is above claimed : Peter Swoope, Dr..T. IL Dorsey, J. S. Morris, Christian Long, Chas. 11. Miller, John M. Cunningham, John S. Miller, D. IT. Foster, Mrs. C. J. Cunningham, " Julia M. Miles, " C. A. Lewis, llantiugdon, Aumist 3. 1869 WATCHES, JEWELRY AND &1L .% ER WARE We would respectfully inform our friends pa .. trons and the public generally, that we have ejust 4 %, opened our New Watch, Jewelry, Silver and Pk- • ted flare Establishment, at N0.ti2.2, IlAuxrr strtet, , L 4. where we offer If holosale and Retail, at the lowest faith. Prices. a large and very choice stock of every description of goods usually kept in a first class Watch and Jewelry Store. We hope by untiring efforts to accommodate and please not only co retain all our former patrons, but merit and secure a large accession to the same. Every description of Diancoral Work and other Jewelry, made to order at short notice 415i2r- All goods warranted to be as represented. 4ffe - Particular attention given to the repairing of Watches and Jewelry of every description. STAIThIEkt J. HARLEY, No. 622 'Matt= street, South Side, EtirtAn'A. N. 8 —We will continue our Old Store, No. 1.18 North Setend streot, for a short time only. August S. ISs3s'-9m DAVID S. KEIL, _Matte FRANCIS R. 'WALLACE CIIARI,OTTE SMILEY, JOILN SMILEY, Administrators. BALL & PEIGLITAL Mrs. Lydia R. Orbison, Annie E. Scott, " Elizabeth Williamson, " E. B. Saxton, Wm. Brewster, Mrs. M. C. Given, " Mary B. Simpson, " Mary C. Markl, " Lizzie L. Dorris, Ann E. Campbell, " Jennie C. Murray.