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HUNTINGDON GLOM, A DEMOCRATIC FAMILY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, &C.
Huntingdon, Wednesday, Dec. 12, 1860
LOCAL, dc PERSONAL.
PATENT MEDICINE ADVERTISEMENTS.—We
are almost daily importuned by patent medi
cine traveling agents to publish their column
and half column advertisements w - hich we
notice appears in all the country papers in
the Stare, with but very few honorable excep
tions. We give them our prices which are
the same we charge all advertisers, local and
ci!3, and we are invariably answered that
tLe7 pay no such prices to any publisher for
inFerting their advertisements. One agent
itaftaaned us last week that he generally found
country printers anxious to " fill up" with
patonr medicine advertisements at any price,
and we have good reason to believe he told
am tut truth, for we are seldom offered.more
than half the usual advertising rates, which
vue of course refuse, and consequently our
~ ! tnuns are not " filled up" with humbug
udvertisements, equally as injurious to a com
munity as the publication of Lottery Schemes
'would be. True, some patent medicines are
good,.but take them all together and a great
ex swindle could not be practiced upon a read
ing 1)eople. And why should printers give
stieh • institutions' a preference over local ad
vertisers ? No honest fair dealing ' printer
(It it, and he who does should not be en
eou caged by local advertisers who are always
willing to pay fair prices. If the country
publishers would adhere to regular paying
s, all humbug patent medicines institu
tions would be forced out of existence, and
the health of the people benefited, and thous
ands of dollars saved annually to the poor.
Taousr.Es.—Was there ever a family with
oat its troubles? Adam and Eve had their
troubles in Eden; and all families have had
Their troubles. Every family has a skeleton
behind the door ; every person a thorn in his
s:Lie. It is said that misery loves company,
ss: take courage hapless man, wearied wo
nan. You are in the majority. " Man is
1,,,ra to trouble as the sparks fly upwards."
A useless family would yours be if it knew
no trouble. Trouble is our great teacher.
It nerves us with strength ; it gives us cour
t-i.ge; it tempers our mettle; it develops our
seif•control ; it quickens our inventive powers.
roubles are to us what the winds are to
th•; oak, what labor is, to muscle, what study
to the mind. Llfe is a school, and trouble
'.ne. of its great lessons.
t,, I,e courted, but when they come we must
I,re. aver them the best way We. can, or bear
them with the best fortitude we can arouse,
Take eourac, , e, therefore, troubled one. Not
I::: vain are ' your trials. They make you
Leave, strong; and it is to be hoped, better.
not cast down, cheer up ; cast aside your
1. cads and woes. Look the world in the face
your duty ; take every trouble by the
n.ons, overcome it with the courage of a true
s.,ldier in life's great battles, and stoutly con
tend for the victory of will and wi:Aloin.
TUE NEW COUNTY OFFICERS.-Mr. Daniel
Woinelsdorf, the new Register and Recorder,
has taken hold of the business of his office,
and we have no doubt he will make an excel
lent officer. Mr. Glazier retires with every
body his friend. He was an accummodating
and good officer.
Mr. Wm. C. Wagoner, the new Prothono
tary, has also commenced the discharge of
his duties. He is well qualified to discharge
the duties of the office well and with dispatch.
We have no doubt he will make a good
racer. Mr. David Caldwell having served
.tie people well for three years,eircumstances
:ade it necessary for him to decline serving
; , 1 the same capacity any longer. He made
must .excellent officer, a fact everybody
,:_•uew, or he would not have run so well
~ 4ainst the heavy tide of party organization.
Ir. John Cummins, the new County Com
yAissioner, is said to be an excellent man for
;he place. And Mr. Samuel Peightal, Di-
:cctur of the Poor, is also well qualified to
lischarge the duties of his office.
FINDING FAULT WITH CHILDREN.—It i 5 at
:inies necessary to censure and punish, but
very much more may be done by encourag
in, children when they do well. Be, there
f bre, more careful to express your approba
tion of good conduct' than your disapproba
tion of bad. Nothing can more discourage a
child than a spirit of incessant fault-finding
on the part of its parent; and hardly any
thing can exert a more injurious influence
upon the disposition both of the parent and
child. There are two great motives influen
cing human actions—hope and fear. Both
of these are at times necessary. But who
would not prefer to have her child influenced
to good conduct by a desire of pleasing rath
er than by the fear of offending? If a moth
er never expresses her gratification when her
children do well, and is always censuring
them when she sees anything amiss, they are
discouraged and unhappy; their dispositions
become hardened and soured by this cease
less fretting; and, at last, finding that wheth
er they do well or ill, they are equally found
fault with, they relinquish all efforts to please
and become heedless of reproaches.
To KEEP ICE FROM WINDOWS.—We find
the following directions to keep ice from
" show windows," going the rounds: Take
an ordinary paint brush or sponge, and run
over the glass once or twice a day a little al
c:,ll,,i,'and it will keep the glass as free from
iee as in the middle of summer, and it will
also .give as good a polish as can be got in
any other way.
LOOK OUT FOR COLDS.—This changeable
weather is just the time to catch colds and
fevers. Don't let the warmth of the sun se
duce you into throwing off your coat, or leav
ing your windows open, or letting the fire go
out. Ugly colds are thereby contracted.—
Now is the just time, also, for the scarlet fever
to sieze, with its terrible grasp, the forms of
the little ones. Don't let the children be
come exposed to the weather without being
as warmly dressed as on the coldest days, for
these snuffles and colds, are generally the
precursors of the scarlet fever. Be particular
therefore, that your children go out into the
streets with warm clothes, thick hoots, and
careful preparation for moist weather. An
ounce of preventive, &e.
lasi''Rev. Haskins, from Nebraska Terri
tory, preached an excellent ,sermon in the
Methodist Church in As place, on Thurs
day evening last. After the sermon he spoke
of the sufferings in that country for want of
bread and clothing, the crops the past season
having been a total failure. A small collec
tion was made to help his suffering neighbors.
He had lately received a letter from home,
stating that sixty children had attended Sun
day School in his town, through snow eight
inches deep, without shoes or stockings.
"tar We are pleased to learn that a musical
association is forming in the "ancient bor
ough." We have the talent—equal to any
in the State,—and we hope our musical
frierrds will keep their instruments in good
order and wake us up occasionally at the
dead hour of the night. The serenade we re
ceived on Wednesday night of last week made
us forget for the moment the troubles forced
upon our people by the fanatical party lead
TnE MESSAGE EXTRA.—The President's
Message was submitted to both branches of
Congress on Tuesday at noon of last week.
week. On Wednesday at noon we issued it
in an Extra Globe to all our town subscri
bers, and to our county subscribers by the
first mail. Of cause the extra cost us some
dollars,—our subscribers received it for noth
ing—we hope they will appreciate our *er
tions to give them the worth of their money.
ACCIDENTALLY KILLED.-Mr. John Simp
son, of McConnellstown, brakesman on the
passenger train on the Broad Top Railroad,
was instantly killed at Saxton on Tuesday of
lost week. After he had coupled a number
of cars while in motion, he fell off in front of
them, the wheels of the fourth and last car
taking off the upper part of his head. No
person witnessed the accident. Mr. S. leaves
a wife and several children.
Troubles are not
PETERSON'S LADIES' MAGAZINE.-WO have
received the January number—the first vol
ume. It is the best number for the ladies
Peterson has issued. There is no cheaper
Magazine published. Advance paying sub
scribers to the Globe will be furnished the
Magazine for one year fur $1.25. All who
want to subscribe should call immediately so
as to secure the first number of the new vol-
ANOTHER MAN LOST.—An insane man
named John Loder, strayed away from his
home in Somerset county, on the 19th ult.—
He is six feet high, full face, and had on
neither coat nor vest. Any information in
regard to him, communicated to Samuel Lo
der, Shanksville, Somerset County, Pa., will
be a great favor on his afflicted family.
A TASTER.—On Thursday last we receiv
ed some fine sausage from Mr. G. F. McCabe,
made from the best porker of the season--
The hog was raised by James Patterson, of
Canoe Valley, and was brought to town and
butchered by Mr. McCabe. The hanimal'
weighed when dressed, 696 pounds.
FINE CELERY. -We received yesterday
from Mr. Thomas Tweed, of this place, sev
eral bunches of the finest Celery we ever
knew to be raised in the town. Mr. Tweed
has a fine stock on hand for sale—persons
wanting the article will give him a call.
PLANT TREES.--It will be well for those who
buy fruit trees from itinerant Yankees, to re
member that Messrs. Taylor & Cremer will
make a public auction, early next Spring, of
a large portion of the trees now growing in
their Nurseries of this place.
VD— Some scamp last week removed from
the hall of Dr. Dorsey's residence, his new
overcoat and a partly worn frock coat. Loss
felt considerably just now—cold weather and
hard times. Keep your doors closed.
z)l'. Two weeks ago we sent out bills
amounting to upwards of a thousand dollars
—and in answer to them we have received
just $16.50, God save the Union—and the
gam" Cheap John" has come to town.—
He holds forth in Bricker's Store Room. For
a good laugh go and hear "John"—he is one
of those you occasionally read about. See
NEW GOODS.—Fisher & Son have just open
ed another fine stock of New Goods. The
ladies of course will not fail to call and pass
their opinions on Rash's taste to please.
NEIGHBORLY.-A mess of sausage and pud
ding has been received from Mrs. Claris
Thomas. Our thanks. There's music in
the porker's squeal—let them squeal.
rer School Books and Stationery, whole
sale and retail, at Lewis' Book Store.
RPHANS' COURT SALE.—
ESTATE or GEORGE WILSON, DEC'D.
virtue of ;to order of fl
the Orphan's Court of onting-
don county. will be sold at Public Salo, on the premises,
in Tell township,
Thursday, December 27th, 1860,
the following certain nessuages and Tracts of Land, to
A certain Tract of Land situate in the said
township of Tell, bounded by lands of William Widney,
Jonathan Griggs, and public road also, by mountain lands
of said George Wilson, Dec'd., Mrs. Logue, and lands of S.
J. Ileckedorn, part of which is cleared mid under fence,
having thereon erected a log house—containing about GO
Acres more or less. This property would make an excel
lent stand for a blacksmith shop.
ALso--A Tract of Mountain Land, con
taining 100 Acres; more or less, bounded by lands of Jon
athan Briggs, Tames Jones' heirs, Tuscarora Mountain,Sm.
TERMS OF SALE.—One-half of the purchase money to
be paid on confirmation of sale, and the residue in one
year thereafter, to be secured by the bond and mortgage
of the purchaser. _
IL R. SHEARER. Executor.
MARY ANN WILSON, Executrix
Dec. 5,1860.-3 t
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.—
ESTATE OF THOMAS M. OWENS, DEC'D.,
By virtue of an alias order of the Orphans' Court of
Huntingdon county, will be sold at Public Sale, at the
" Tyrone City Hotel," Blair county,
On Friday, the 21st of December, 1860,
at tan o'clock, A. M., the three following described Tracti
of Land, to wit:
All that Tract of Land known as the
"Bradley Farm" situate in Snyder township, Blair coun
ty, containing 2:10 Acres, or thereabouts. This tract of
land is situated about one-and-a-half miles from Tyrone
City, about 180 Acres of which are cleared and under cul
tivation, and about CO Acres of Timber Land. There is a
large Frame House and Bank Barn—an Orchard and a
Spring of running water on or near the east end of this
farm—and a Spring and Frame House on the west end.—
This farm will be sold altogether, or in two tracts, to suit
Ai.so—A Tract of Land situate in Antis
township, Blair oounty, surveyed on a warrant to Martin
Boreland, containing .133 Acres, 163 Perches and allow
ance. This tract of land is well timbered with Pine and
Poplar, and is situated about three miles from Bell's Sta
tion, on the Pennsylvania Railroad. Bell's Bun passes
through it, affording excellent water power.
'Tract of Land in Douglas coun
ty. Nebraska Territory, containing 160 Acres.
TERMS OF SALE.—One third of the purchase money
on confirmation of sale, and one-third in one year, with
interest, and the residue at the death of Margaret Owens,
widow, Sc.; the interest of said third to be paid annually
and punctually to her during life—the whole to be secured
by bonds and mortgageof the purchaser.
JOUN C. WATSON,
Dec. 5,1560.-3 t. Trustee.
[Estate of James Hemphill, Deed.]
Letters of administration with the Will annexed, on
the estate of James Hemphill, late of Huntingdon bor
ough, deed. having been granted to the undersigned, all
persons indebted are requested to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims will present them duly au
thenticated for settlement. MARTHA C AMNION,
Huntingdon, Dec. 5,1860.-6 t. Administratrix.
4 ENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
TIME OF LEAVING OF TRAINS
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A. M. I P. M.l A.M. I P. M. I, A. M. I P M.
11 05' 7 01' 6 161 Newton 'Hamilton, 11 32 9 48 1 38
11 15 7 101 6 23 Mt. Union, 111 2.5 9 41 1 30
11 35 7 23 636 .Mill Creek,
1 11 11 9 28 1 16
11 53 7 36 6 51 Huntingdon, 11 01 9 18 1 05
12 10 7 48 7 00 Petersburg, 10 46 9 03 12 50
12 20 7 51 7 13 Barree, 10 49 8 56 12 43
12 30 8 00' 7 20 Spruce Creek, 10 31 8 51 12 30
12 48 8 13 7 34 Birmingham, 10 21 8 38 12 20
12 58 8 22 7 42 Tyrone, 10 18 8 30 12 10
1 10 8 30 7 50 Tipton, 10 03 8 21 11 58
1 17 834 7 54 Fostoria, 958 8 16 11 53
1 23 8 37 7 58 Bell's Mills, 9 54 8 13 11 49
1 40 8 50 8 13 Altoona, 9 40 8 00 11 35
P. M. P. M. A. M. P. X. A.V. A.M.
RA ILROAD.—CHANO E OF SCHEDULE.
On and after Monday, Nov, 26th, 1860, Passenger Trains
will arrive and depart as follows:
Leave Huntingdon at 7.20 A. M. S.: 4.15 P. M.
" Saxton " 9.10 A. M.
Arrive at Hopewell " 9.45 A. M.
Leave Hopewell at 10.20 A. M.
" Saxton " 10.55 A. M. & G. 30 P. M.
Arrive at Huntingdon 12.55 P. M. & 8.30 P. M.
J. J. LAWRENCE,
Nov. 24, ISGO. Supt.
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Nov. 28, 1860. JAS. PAGE.
[Estate of John White, Deceased.]
Letters of Administration upon the Estate of John White,
late of Huntingdon borough, dec'd., having been granted
to the undersigned, all persons indebted are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having claims will
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
Nov. 21, ISGO
By virtue of a writ of Merl Facias to me directed,
1 will expose to sale, at public vendue, as the property of
Andrew Wise, at his residence, in Union township, near
Mapleton, on FRIDAY, the 14th day of December, IS6O,
at 10 o'clock, A. M., viz:
The undivided half part of a tract or parcel
of land situate in Brady township, Huntingdon county,
adjoining the Juniata river on the south, land of A. P.
Wilson on the north, land of D. McMurtrie on the north
west, and land connected with Matilda Furnace on the
east, containing about 35 acres, more or lees, having there
on a chopping mill and distillery.
ALSO—An the right, title and interest of defendant in
and to a tract of land situate in Union township, surveyed
on a warrant in the name of John Vaudike, adjoining
lands of Levi Dell and John Pheasant on the north-west,
Michael Quarry on the south, Jack's Mountain on the
south-east, and land of Asa Corbin on the north,containing
about 400 acres, with 43 acres cleared and three log hous
Atso--All the interest and estate of defendant, in a
tract of land situate in Union township, adjoining land of
Asher Kelly on the north-west, a tract in the itim, of
Bobt. Bell on the south, Brewster's heirs on the east. and
John Bell on the north, being on Jack's Mountain unim
proved, containing about 100 acres, more or less, and sur
veyed on a warrant in the name of Tilo/11118 Bell.
Also—All the interest and estate of defendant. in a
tract or parcel of land, consisting of three parcels, adjoin
ing land of James Field and John Gayton on the north
west, John Gayton and the town of Mapleton on the north
east, land of Matthew F. Campbell and others, containing
110 acres, be the same more or less. about 90 acres are
cleared, with a two story log house, frame barn and other
buildings thereon. JNO. C. WATSON,
Nov. 21, ISGO
A RARE CHANCE.-
FOR SALE CHEAP,
The well known Anibrotypo wagon, situated on lull
street, with everything in perfect order, for carrying on
the business. Terns easy and a reasonable credit given.
For further information apply soon to the undersigned,
on Allegheny street, Huntingdon
Nov. 21, ISGO
G REAT WORK ON THE HORSE
THE HORSE & HIS DISEASES:
BY ROBERT .7ENNE.s:GS, V. S.,
Professor of Pathology and Operative. Sart jow in the
Veterinary College of Philadelphia, etc., etc.
WILL TELL YOU Of the Origin, History and distinctive
traits of the various breeds of European,
Asiatic, African and American Horses,
with the physical formation and pe
culiarities of the animal, and how to
ascertain his age by the number anti
condition (Allis teeth; illustrated with
numerous explanatory engravings.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of Breeding, Breaking, Stabling, Feed
ing, Grooming. Shoeing, and the gener
al management of the horse, N% WI the
best modes of administering medicine,
also, how to treat Biting, Kicking,
Bearing. Shying, Stumbling, Crib-Bit
ing. Restlessness, and other vices to
which he is subject; with numerous ex
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of the eauses,symptoins,and Treatment
of Strangles. Sore Throat, Distemper,
Catarrh, Influenza, Bronchitis, Pneu
monia, Pleurasy, Broken Wind, Chron
ic Cough, Roaring and Whistling.Lain
pas, Sore Mouth and Ulcers, and De
cayed Teeth, with other diseases of the
Mouth and Respiratory Organs.
THE HORSE AND lIIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of the causes, symptoms.and Treatment
of Worms, Bots, Cholic,Strangulation,
Stony Concrctim is, Ruptures, Palsy,
Diarrhea. Jaundice,llepati rrhemßloody
Urine, Stones in the Kidneys and Blad
der, I nilaniation and other diseases Of
the Stomach, Bowels, Liver and Uri
THE HORSE AND lIIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of tho-causes, symptoms, and Treat
ment of Bone, Blood and Bog, Spaxin,
Ring Bone, Sweanie, Strains, Broken
Knees, Wind Galls, Founder, Cracked
Hoofs, Sole Bruise and (trawl, Canker,
Scratches, Thrush and Corns; also, of
Megrims, Vertigo, Epilepsy, Staggers,
and other diseases of the Feet, Legs,
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of the causes, symptoms, and Treat
ment of Fistula, Poll Evil, Glanders,
Farcy, Scarlet Fever, Mango, Surfeit,
Locked Jaw,lth ennui. t ra
Diseases of the Eye and llcart,&c.,
and how to manage Castration, Bleed
ing, Trephining., Roweling. Firing,
Hernia, Amputation, Tapping, and oth
er surgical operations.
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of Earey's Method of tattling Horses;
how to Approach, Halter, or Stable a
Colt; how to accustom a horse to
strange sounds and sights, and how to
Bit, Saddle, Ride, and Break him to
Harness; also the form and law of
WARRANTY. The whole being the re
sult of 15 years' careful study of the
habits, peculiarities, wants and weak-
uesses of this noble and useful animal
Tho book contains 354 pages, appropriately illustrated
by nearly 100 Engravings. It is printed in a clear and
open type, and will be forwarded to any address, postage
paid, on receipt of price, half bound, $l.OO, or, in cloth,
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:TORN E. POTTER, Publisher,
No. 017 Sanscin Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Nov. 7, 1560.--Om.
Estate of William lkss, Devasect.
Letters of Administration on the estate of William Hess,
late of the borough of Huntingdon, deed.. hawing been
granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted will maize
payment. and those having claims will present them fur
settlement. ANTHONY WillTE,
Nov. 7, 1560.-6 V'. Admr.
SALT ! SALT !! SALT 1!
Just received from the Onondazo Salt Company,
Syracuse, N. Y., to be sold on commission, tithe• whole
sale or retail, 200 BARRELS and 1000 SACKS of SALT.
Oct. :11, 1860
you will find the Largest and Best
assortment of Ladies' Dress (loads at
D. P. GIVI.N.S.
NEW CIGAR AND TOBACCO
STORE. J. A. HANIGAR,
A practical tobacconist, has opened a new TOBACCO
STORE AND CIGAR MANUFACTORY, on Allegheny St.,
one door west of the Broad Top Railroad Office, where he
bits on hand a large assortment of prime Cigars and To
bacco, which lie will sell either wholesale or retail. Store
keepers, shopkeepers, and all others who deal in the weed
should call. Ms prices are low'. Call and see.
Huntingdon, Nov. 7, 1860.
► e `HE PEOPLE'S COOK BOOK
IT Trim You How to choose an kinds of .ltleats, Poultry,
and Game, with all the various ul most
approved modes or dressing and cooking
Beef and Pork ; also the best and simplost
way of salting, pickling and curing the
IT TELLS You All the various and most approved modes of
dressing, cooking, and boning Mutton,
Lamb, Veal, Poultry. and game of all kinds
with the different Dressings, Gravies, and
Stuffings appropriate to each.
IT TELLS You How to choose. clean. and preserve Fish of
all hinds, and how to sweeten it a lien taint
ed ; also all the various and most approved
modes of cooking, with the different Dress
ings, Sauces., and Flavorings appropriate to
IT TELLS You All the various and most approved modes of
preparing over 50 kinds of Meat,Pish,Fowl.
Game, and Vegetable Soups, Broil's, and
Stews, with the Relishes and Seasonings
appropriate to each.
IT TELLS YOU All the various and most apyroved modes of
cooking Vegetables of every description,
also how to prepare Pickles, Catsups and
Curries of all kinds, Potted Meats, Fish,
Game, Mushrooms, &c.
IT Iltus You All the various and most approved modes of
preparing and cooking all kinds of Plain
and Fancy Pastry, Puddings, Omelettes,
Fritters, Cakes, Confectionary, ]'reserves,
Jellies, and - Sweet Dickies of every descrip
IT TELLS You How to set out and ornament aTalfle. how to
Carve all kinds of Fish. Flesh or Fowl. and
in short, how to so simplify the whole At t
of Cooking as to bring the choicest luxuries
of the table within the everybody's reach.
The book contains 418 pages, and upwards of 1200 Re
cipes, all of which are the results of actual experience,
having been fully and carefully tested under the personal
superintendence of the writers. It is printed in a clear
and open type, is illustrated with appropriate engravings,
and will be forwarded to any address, neatly bound, and
postage paid, on receipt of the price, $l.OO, or in cloth, ex
$lOOO A YEAR can be made by enterprising men every
where, in selling the above work, our inducements to all
such being very liberal.
For single copies of the Book, or for terms to agents,
with other information, apply to or address
JOHN B. POYPER, Publisher,
No. 617 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Nov. 7,1860.-6 m.
Estate of Elizabeth Sheirk, Deed.
Letters of administration having been granted to the un
dersigned. on the Estate of ELIZIBETII SHEIRK, late
of Ilopew•ell township, deed., all persons having claims
against said deceased will present them to me for settle
ment, and those indebted will please make immediate;
payment. GEORGE ItGSSEL,
Oct. 31, IS6O.—Gt. _Administrator.
The public arc notified not to trust my sons JACOB
and HENRY STAILY, on my account, as I will not pay
any debts contracted by either of them.
JACOB STAILEY, Sr.
Petersburg, Oct. 31, 1860.-30
WM. P. THOMAS
THE ROOT AND HEllp DOCTOR.
PROM PHI LADEL PH lA,
CAN BE CONSULTED AT Mil. MILLER'S HOTEL,
In Huntingdon, on the 10th day of of November. Also
an the 17th day of December next, and one day in every
month for one year frzuu his commencement, of which
notice will be given.
1:e treats all diseases that flesh is heir to. He invites
all females who may be suffering At ith diseases peculiar to
their sex, to call and examine his new mode of treatment,
as thons,iz:ds have been restored to health nho have been
abandoned by others. He is in possession of perfect in
struments for st finding the lungs and chest and is there
fore able to detc. - mine the exact condition of the vital or
gans—consequently can treat such complaints with great
er safety and certainty than it is possible for those tit ho
guess at the disease and experiment for its cure. He be
lieves that for every malady. there is found in our soil a
sure and never-failing remedy.
4Siy- Patients can receive treatment for $1 per month,
except in cases of Cancers and humors, they vary front
$lO to $lOO. Examination free.
N. 13.—See Ilandbills. _ . _
OAL OIL!? COAL QIL!!!
James A. Brown sells the gelatine " PORTLAND KERO
SENE," on COAL OIL,. clear as water.
This is the only kind of oil that gives entire satisfaction
as an agent for light.
Beware of counterfeits and colored carbon •oils. They
emit an offensive smell and smoke.
A largo variety also of
CO-1L OIL LAMPS,
Chimneys, Globes, Wicks, Burners, Shades, Bc., Ac., sold
at the very lowest prices, at the Hardware ~tore, Hunting
SOUND ON THE
BOOT & SHOE QUESTION.
Has just opened the best assort
ment of Goods in his line, ever brought to Huntingdon.
His stock of BOOTS and SHOES for Ladies. Gentle
men, Misses, Boys and Children, comprises all the
latest fashions, and manufactured of the best ma- s
Also, a fine assortment of HATS for men, Boys
and Children. HOSE in great variety for Gentle
men, Ladies. Misses and Children. CAR PET BAGS,
SUSPENDERS, GARTERS, FANS, &c., &c.
SOLE LEATIIER, CALF SKINS, MOROCCO, LASTS,
and SIIOE-FINDINGS generally.
Thankful for past favors, a continuance of the same is
N. B.—Boots and Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen, re
paired and made to order.
Huntingdon, Sept. 24, 1860.
Ills assortment consists of
the neatest and best that could he found in the city, all of
l‘hich he will take pleasure in exhibiting, and nicking
up to order. It will cost nothing to call and examine his
goods. Call soon.
Huntingdon, Sept. 24, 1560.43 m.
NEW MILLINERY ESTABLISH
MENT IN HUNTINGDON.
MRS. L. A. HAINIER,
Respectfully informs the ladies of Huntingdon and vicini
ty, that she has opened a Millinery store on II street,
one doer west of 1)1 . . Dorsey's residence, where may be
found every article in her line of business, such as Bonnets,
Ribbon. , , Laces, Blonds, Collars. Under Sleeves, Veils, and
a general assortment of Fancy Goods.
The ladies are respectfully invited to call and examine
Ladles, dresses of all kinds male in the best and most
Ilnntingdon, Sept. 21, ISCO.—Can.
FISHER A: SON
A beautiful lot of Shaker Bonnets for
Talc cheap, at D. P. ()WIN'S.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
MISS ELIZ.A ACTO.N.
Carefidly Revised by J. S. Hale
TT TELLS You All the various-and most approved modes
of making Bread, Rusks, Muffins, and Bis
cuit. and the best method of preparing
Cotfze ' Chocolate, and Ten, and how to
make Syrups, Cordials, and Wines of va
Who has had 30 rears Constant Practice,
Sept. .21, 1860.-2 n)
Hill Street, one door west of Cannon's Stowe,
WITH A FINE ASSORTMENT. OF
GENTLEMENS' DRESS GOODS.
PLAIN AND FANCY VESTING'S,
DR. 11. LEYINGSTON
BARNES & CO.,
PUBLISHERS AND DEALERS IN
Miscellaneous, School and Blank Books,
STA TI 0 NE R Y,
No. 37 North Third Street, below Arch,
Ca. G. SowErc,
W. 11. lIARNEs.
F. C. POTTS.
Publishers of Pel ton's Outline Maps and Keys. the lar
gest and best Outline Maps ever published, Sander's New
Readers, Greenleaf 's and Brook's Arithmetics. &c. Mon
tieth's and McNally's Geographies, White's Copy Books,
Blank Books, Writing, Wrapping, Curtain and Wall
Papers. [Nov. 14, '6O.
In all its Branches, executed in the best style
linewn in the art. at
C. C. CRANE'S_ GALLERY,
6112, Arch Street, East of Sixth. Philadelphia
Lire size in Cil and Pastile, Stereoscopic Portraits,
AM BROTYPES. DAG UER It EOTY PE.S.
For Cases, Medallions, Pins, Rings, &c.
Nov. 14, 1860.
TO PERSONS OIJT OT EMPLOY
MENT. AGENTS WANTED TO shill,
the Erie Sewing Machine. We will give a Commission,
or wages at from $2.5 to $6O per month, and expenses
paid. This is a new Machine, and so simple in its construc
tion that a child of "Di years can learn to operate it by
hall an hour's instruction. It is equal to any Family
sewing Machine in use, and the pi ice is but Fifteen Dol
lars. Persons wishing an agency will address
J. N. BOY LAN',
Secretary Erie Sewing Machine Company.
Nov. 14. 1860. MILAN, 01110.
CARLTON R. MOORE & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Carpet Chain, Cotton tarn, Cotton Balls, &c.,
No. 206 (old . No. 116) N. Third St., Philadelphia
4 - 2) - - Our Carpet Chain is put up FULL WEIGHT, without
pasteboard. Ortlors promptly attended to.
TO PERSONS OUT OF EMPLOY
MENT. AGENTS WANTED,
In every County of the United States, to engage in the
sale of sonic of the best and most elegantly illustrated
Our publications arc of the most interesting character,
adapted to the wants of the Farmer, Mechanic and Mer-
chant; they are published in tin' best style and bound in
the most substantial manner, and are worthy a place in
the Library of every Household in the Land.
WTo men of enterprise and industrious habits, this
business offers an opportunity for profitable employment
seldom to be met with.
Persons desiring to act as agents will receivo
promptly by mail full particulars, terms. fie.. by address
ing LEARY, G ETZ S Co., Publishers,
No. 221 North Second Street, Philadelphia.
Nov. 14, ISGO
PAPER. HANGING MANUFACTURERS,
Having removed to their New Store, Cor. FOUItTII &
MARKET Streets. ore now prepared to oiler to the trade
a large and elegant assortment of
WALL PAPERS DODDERS. FIDE scnEENs,
WINDOW CURTAIN GOODS, &c.,
all of the newest and best designs, front the lowest priced
article to the fineNt
Gold and relvet Decorations
Purchasers will do well to visit the establishment
of HOWELL& BOURKE'S,
N. E. Cur. Fourth S . ; Market, Philadelphia.
Oct. 3,1560.-3 m.
PALMER & Co.,
. _ _
MARKET STREET WHARF, PHILADELPHIA,
Have constantly on hand an assortment of DRIED and
PICKLED FISH, viz: Mackerel. Shad, Salmon, Blue
Fi,h, Cod Fish. Beef, Pork. Lard, Shoulders, Hams, Sides,
Cheese, Beaus, Rice, &c.
Oct. 3,1860.-3 m.
CHEAP WATCHES !
eNO. 618. MADKET STREET. PHILADELPHIA,
Has on hand and is constantly receiving large assorments
of American. English, and Swiss Widchcs, which he will
sell at lower prices than ever offered.
J. L. would call particular attention to the celebrated
A NERICAN WATcn, which for accuracy of time and dura
bility, and less liability of gVting out of order, is superi
or to any other imported watch, made at anything like
the same cost. Jewelry. Silver and Silver Plated Ware,
of all stiles and patterns.
Gold. Silver and Steel Spectacles,
with glasses for all sights, with PATENT, as well as the old
style triunes. Alt goods sold at my establishment aro
warranted to be as represented, and satisfaction ' ^ma
teed o all yurchasers, at NO. 618, Market Street. Corner
of Decatur. [Sept. 19, ISGO,—ly.
WATCHES, JEWELRY AND
We would respectfully inform our friends.patrons
and the public generally, that we have now in
Store and offer Wholesale and Detail, at the low
est Cash Prices, a large and very choice stock of
Watches. Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, of every va
riety and style.
Every description of Diamond Wolk and other Jewelry
made to order at short notice. All goods warranted
to be as represented.
N. B.—Particular attention given to the repairing of
Watches and Jewelry, of every description.
STAUFFER & HARLEY,
No. 622 Market Street, South side, Philadelphia.
Sept. 5,1560.-3 m.
INDUSTRIAL STOVE WORKS
WM. C. NEMAN,
No. 33 .Yorth .Second St.. opposite Christ Church,
llns for sale, the best family Conking Stores in
the Market—a good and faithful servant; the great
provider for the Fondly! Every household should have :t
reliable Lehigh Gas Burner Cooohing Stove—always relia
ble, always economical.
Also, the great Gas Cansanzing Heating Store, for Par
lors, burn less fuel and emit more heat than
any other stove. For sale. with a large assortment of all
hinds o, COOKING and lI.EATENG STOVES, Wholesale
and Retail. WILLI AM C. NEMAN,
No. 33 North Svcond St., above Market, Philadelphia
Sept. 19, IS6O.—Cm.
F ARMERS' & DEALERS' HEAD
HANCOCK. CAMP &: CO.. Produce and General Com
mission Merelimits, No. 47, North Water St., below Arch
,VU—Agents for all Guano's Super Phosphates of Lime,
Poudrettes, and other kinds of Fertilizers.
frif- All descriptions of Country Produce taken in ex
change. or sold on Cimonission.
Artf- Quick sales and immediate returns are guaranteed
upon all consignments.
kz> We are the sole Agents for the best articles of Vin
egar made in this city and elsewhere.
July 15, 1860.-Cm.
Tj ADIES' ONE PRICJ-4] FAIN() Y FUJI
Principt, — ." I hare marked at tlic loteczt vos.sible prices con ,
sistent with a reastmable profit, I would solicit a visit
from those in want of rnrs for eittior ladies' or childrens'
wear, and an inspection of my selection of those goods.
satisfied, as I am, of my ab ility to please every desired
W Persons nt a distance, who may find it Ineortveril.
en tto call personally, need only name the article they
wish, together with the price, and Instructions for send
ing,:andforward the order to my address—money accom
panying—to insure a satisfatary compliance with their
August 2:4 1.860.-sm, .
For the speedy and effectual Conn of all Inflammations,
Fercrs,lthcunmtism,Dyspepsia and Lip er
Gravel. and all Acute and chronic Diseases of ADULTS
and CIIILDREN, wend Z cent Stamp to her Agent.
GEO. B. JONES.
Tlox 2070, Philadelphia P. G.
Hundred's of testimonials.
Ara- Agency S. W. Cor. Third and Arch Street.
Ott. 3, 1800,-10t.
. 718 Arch St.. between
ith C Bth Sts.. PHILADELPHI,
Late of 818 Market St.)
Manufacturer or and
;tier in all kinds or
PA CF FURS.
Having removed to my
Iv Store, 718 Arch St.,
li being now engage(
tirely ii: the
ire and sale o 1 .Thr.cy
ars, which, in accord
anco with the "Onc Price