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Of all the impositions which have vexed
mankind none has been more zealously. snP
ported than a belief iri the reality 'of spectral
Ridiculous as the belief may seem-to those\
who view the subject philosophically, yet.the
large.number of well-informed persons who
give credente:to tales of apparitions, ghosts,
Sze.; entitles it' to-serious consideration. • All
such phenomenw:deperid on the connexion of
the'tnind with two-of the Senses, viz • see
jag 'a'nd 11eariiig.' • •
The - seat of tliejnirill'is the brain—in other
wines' .be brain'iS'the; or ,, an, or mass of or
bp hidli the • thinking faculties, act
When the brain is in a perfect ‘ health, or ac- -
tion, such a thirz. - aS spectre seeing - is irripos
sible. But this is not always:the case. The
senses are, the channels by and through which
ise.arrecl to, the brain—the means
by, which we train our perceptions of the out
er world. - When the eye receives an impres
sion,At carries it by.. means of nerves to the
brain, where it is recognized by the mind.—
I n 'a similar mann er;-sounds are conveyed:by
the ear to the thinking faculties. Hence •we
may say, that the brain is the retil organ of
sight, and‘the eye only an justrument used
sirtilarly:l6 pairs of spectacles—a medium
thr"ciniTh Which 'the brain holds intercoritse .
with Things visible. 4eCtacles often distort
and - change the aspect of objects seen through
them. • Ae, the eye, 'when any of its parts are
out of - order; - May reflect a false image. ' How
,acts on mind, or mind on matter, .no
human philesonher shall ever explain. But
that the mind frequently deceives the
-sense- , 1
and the senses the mind, no thitikinfe-"', l
will deny. The fault is most With
the mind. :There is 'often a ption of ex
the eyes. Fort
termll object's with Out sout y
...e- so as to cclude
instance, with my eAs .
+na frinatzon. presents viv
idly . 1)f . c0re. ,,,,...r*tht, faces of old acquaintances
~ rouses and objects which . I have not
, • ,.. f -seen for years. On the other _hand
..ne eye may present things exabtly as they
are,,bnt, almost at the same instant the mind
(through fear or other disorder) may mix up
some unreal _object, just as effectually- as if I
the impression was produced by something
The same is tree of sound. When memo
ry carries me back to youthful-scenes, I dis
tinctly hear the violin played as cousin Jack
was wont to do it—marking
,the haze, as it
was termed, with - a teavY stroke of his bow,
—or the smooth aild'ineledious hornpipes .of
my Uncle John. IVoll suppose that during ,
one of these reveries I were under the influ
ence of fever in which the imagination is ex
tremely vivid while the reasoning powers are
almost dormant, if I were a believer in super
natural things, my faculties not - being able
to detect the imposition I would naturally
conclude that'l hid herar - d thd'sound, though
in reality, cousin Jack and his violin, were
all the time six thousand miles distant.
In passing a window I get an imperfect
glance at the - ininates and fancy I see some
one who was once familiar; and-imagination
presents him vividly before me. On further
reflection, however, as. to who would most
probably be There,' reason dispels-the illusion
and.entirely changes the image presented to
my. mind. These and a thousand other ex
amples, teach us that the eye is guided and
often perverted by the imagination.
W. P. BROWN.
Nevada City, Nov. 20, 1854.
The' interesting case of a literally brigken,
heart we 'subjoin ' _was related. by Dr. K.
of-•the Jefferson College, Philadel.
phia.,'to his class last winter, white lecturinc ,
upon the diseases of the heart. It will be--
seen on'perusing" it, that the expression "bro
ken-hearted" is not-merely figurative. •
In the early part 'of .his medical career, Dr.
M. accompanied as surgeon a packet that
sailed between Liverpool and one of
Southern ports: On the return voyage soon
after leaving Liverpool, while the doctor and
the captain of:the vessel } ,weatlier-beaten
son- of Neptune, but
,possessed or_ Uncoinnion-'
ly fine feelings and• strong impulses were
conversing in the latter's state-room, the cap
tain opened a large chest -and carefully took
out a number of articles of various descrip
tionSi - ‘v-Itich :he arranged upon a table., - Dr.
M. surprised at the display ofcostly.letvels,
ornaments,ldresses, and-all the varied phara
phernalia of Which ladies are natural - I . y fond;
inquired the captain his object in having
made so many valuable purchases. The sai
lor, in reply said that for seven or eight years
he had been devotedly_ attached to a young
lady to whom he had several times made pro 7
posals of marriage, but was as often rejected;
that her refusals to wed. him however, had
only_ stimulated.his.rove - to greater exertions;'
and that finally; ikon renewing his Offer de
claring in the ardency of his passion, that
without her society life was not-worth liv
ing for,' she consented to become hisbride
upon his return from his next voyage, He
-was so overjoyed at the prospect of a.marri
age,•from which in the warmth of his feel
"ings, he probably anticipated 'more happiness
than is usually allotted to mortals that - he
spent all his ready money while iii London
for .bridal gifts: After. gazing at, thern,fond
ly for some time, and -remarking, on -thern'in
turn, think -this •_will. please Anilie," and
"I am sure she will like thaW' • he replaced
them with the utmost care: This ceremony
he repeated every day eurino , the voyage;
and the doctor often . observerr a tear glisten
in ;g in his eyes as he spoke of the pleasure
he would have in -presenting them . .to his af
fianced, bride. On reach ing", h is destination
the captain arrayed himself with more than
usual precision, and 'disembarked as 'soon as
possible, to hasten to hiS love. As he was
about to step into the carriage awaiting him,
he was called aside by two gentlemen who
desired to make a communication, the pur
port of which was, that: the lady had proved
unfaithful to the trust reposed inher, and had
married another, with whom she had decarnp
ed before. • Instantly the. captain -Was obser
ved to clap his hand' -to. his breast, and fall
heavily to the gound. •He was taken up and
conveyed to his room on the vessel. Dr. M.
was immediately summoned, but before he
reacted the poor captain he was dead. A
postmortem, examination revealed the cause
of his unfortunate decease. His heart was
found literally torn in twain. The tremen
dous,propulsion of the blood, consequent upon
such a violent nervous shock, forced the
powerful muscular tissues asunder, and life
was at an end. The . heart was roken.—
a:7 . Weak doses of wash-boards a-re now
recommended by physicians for ladies wh
complain , of .clyspepsia. Young men: trou- .
bled vr; 'it .way, may be clued i)y
ctrorupreparalion cif. wood saw.
-Eor the Globe.
A. P.. Wilson, Esq.", vs. M. Buoy.
Comth. for Kyle, vs. Hoofer.
pysarts vs. Cryder's adm'rs.
Comth. at suggetiori, of.Bratton,' vs. Crow nover
F. Prince, vs. George 8011. -
W. P. MeCrcary &2C0., - .lZobert Woods.
Scott & Wife, vs. Johnston.
Samuel McWilliams, - vs. John J.:mison.
F. Platt, & Co.. vs. H. !Lisla.
Dr. David All, ladorsec, vs. Jos. Spangler.
John Q. Adams, manager, Franklin,.
Benjatnin Briggs., fanner,' Tell.
David Barkstlesser, farmer, Tod. • , •
Hugh L. Cook, farmer, Cromwell.
Isaac Cook, just. peace, Tod. •
.lames Colegate. fat mer, Cromwell. -
John B. Donaldson, farmer, Hopewell.
Joseph Dysart, farmer', Franklin.
Martin. Flenner, wagon maker, Walltcr.„-- ---
Robert Fleming. farmer, Dublin.
John . Gemmilt, - en, farmer , - Porter.
Wesley P. Greinn keepc„,•-iVarriormark.
.Daniel Grove, farmer..Lwth•
f a ,....ter. - • _
David Jr., farmer, Springfield.
r- , : ) „,.,r - tes Magill, farmer, _Penn.'
-1. )- eter N. Marks, carpenter, Henderson. --
Mattern, blacksmith, Franklin.
James . Miller, 'farmer, Brady.
William McClure, farmers West.
Alexander C. Myton, farmeri:West.
Thomas Osborn, farmer, Jackson:-
Alexander Port, just. peace, - Henderson.
George Rouse, Dublin:
JohZSpangler, farnier, Cass. -;
Thomas Stapleton,- farmer, Tod:
John Smith, farmer, Barree.
Jesse Smith, farmer,•Tod.
George Smith, farmer, Cass;
Nicholas-Shaver,. farmer, Shirley. - •
George A. Steel, gentleman, Henderson.
Joseph-Shore,. farmer, Clay. •
Philip Stever, carpenter, Cass; - - • •
James-Wilson; farmer, Henderson. • •
Dee. 19 1854.
riltzo cll., A NATE.: ON.
a precept to me directed by the
Tutu. &s, by
Judges of the Common Please of the coun
ty of Huntingdon, bearin test the 25tho f Nov.,
1351, i am commandedlo rnrke Puldie Procla
mation throughout my whole balil.vick, that a
court of Common P leas' will -be held atthe Court
House in the borough of untinglion, - on the 3d
Monday (and 15th day) of Jan A. D., 1855,
for the trial of all issues in said Court, which re
mains undetermined beforethe said Judges, when
and where all jurors, witnesses and suitors, in the
trials of all issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon the 26th of Nov, in the
year of our Lord 1554; •and the 78th - year of
Sheriff s Office, - -
Huntingdon; Dec. 12,'155,1. •
BOOTS ANT) SHOES,
The Best Assortment ever brought to
TTIHE public:are informed that LEVI WRIST
' BROOK has just opened rat his store, the
best selected assortment of
LADIES' AN:P . GENTLEmEN's"A
BOOTS N . ll , SHOPS
ever brought to HuVingclon—in part as follovisi
Man's Doable-soled Calf Boots, .
Men's Water-proof flitati34 Boots,
Men's fleauy, ,Doable-soled.' Water-proof
Boots,-, , •
Boys' ,Fine and Coarse Boots,.
Ladies' Congress Graitors,
_ .Ladies' French Morocco Gaitors,
-• Ladies' Goat and Morocco Boots,
G 11717; Shoes of alllfinds; .
together with a general assortment of Ladies'
Shoes . :.a.nd Slippers. Also, Misses' and Chß.
.dien's best quality of Boots and Shoes—Canvas
:Valises, Hats; &C., &c.
'My old customers and the public generally,
arc requested to call and examine my new
Huntingdon, Nov. 14, 1854.
IMPROVED LARD LAMP.
r pliE undersigned• having pureliaSed"the full
.and exclusive, right and privilege of con
structing, using, and vending to others, the right
to make and use, in the county 'of Huntingdon,
STONESIFER, & SMITH'S' improvement in
the adjustable packing for a lamp for burning
lard. Lamps fOr sale by• :the 'dozen or single,
also township rights for sale at reasonable pri
All tyrde,rs promptly attended to by addressing
the - Bubscriber, Orbisonia, Huntingdon county,
GEO. W. CORNELIUS.
Sipesville, Nov. 21,4854.-16 m. -
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
CALL AT THE .STORE. OF
EO. GWENT has just returned from Phila
delphia and New York, and is now Opening
at. his well known stand in Market Squw - e, the
largest and prettiest-assortMent of FALL AND
WIN l' E B. GOODS ever brought to - the borouali
of 'Huntint;don, and is now selling at .unusually
low prices. My stock consists in p•irt. of Cloths,
Cass:me - es, Black and Fancy, Sattinett, and a
large variety, of Satin and Silk VeS!ings, Ken
tucky Jeans eeds, brown and bleached Mus
lins, Drill Crash. Bags and Bagging, Linen and
Cotton table Drapers, and a great variety of
goods to tedious too mention.
LA DIE - i BRE, - i•S AND FRENCH GOODS
—a Lug:: assortment of Undersle ayes, Dollars and
‘CKAN D FIGURED SILK'; NUN I'S
iu a.bandance,...Muslin de Lanes, - Muslin -de
Bage, Alpacas. Lustres, Cashmeres, Florewe
and Marc•line and Gro de Nap Silk fur bonnet
linings, Edgin..7. Lace, Ribbons, fancy and black
Gimp, black si 1 k lace, colored Kid Gloves, vents'
black ditto, Linen and silk Handkerchiefs, Black
Itallian Cravats, Ho-cry &c.
BOOT.-s - AND SHOES, HARD-WARE.
QUEENS-WARE, GI, ASs- WARE
A good supply of FRESH GiIIYCERIE,S
HATS AND CAPS. A great varity of
My stick has been selected with,the greatest
care in regard to quality and prices. and I flat
ter myself, that I can offer inducements to pur
chasers not to be found elsewhere.
- Thankful, for the patronage of the past by
my'frientls and the public generally. I respect
fully soierit a, continuance of the same.
Hutvingclon, Oct. 10th, 1854
Clothing ! Clothing ! Clothing
Ready made Fall and Winter Clothing,
Ever offered to
. the citizens of 'Huntingdon,
county. " - -•'•
Tr you wish to - get a cheap and fashionable
suit of clothing at 30 per cent. - less than
you elsewhere can procure them, then go to the
cheaP Clothing Emporium of HENRY ROMAN,
opposite Copts' Hotel, in Market Square„Hunt
. ingdon, Po., where, you -will find,Ready,-made
, Clothingsound .in any quality., made of materi
'-als-;'and in ',the mest fashionable style and at
rates immeasurably below any other establish
ment iii this vicinity, where it is considered that
the "nimble six-pence is far preferable to the
slow shilling," and where, for good fits; fine ma
' terials, fashionable style 'and finishr"he cant be
The, subscriber respectfUlly invites the atten_
.tion of, his numerous 11-lends and customers and,
the public in mendial to his immense and \yell
assorted ; 40eK. of Mens' and 'Boys' Fall 'and
wi n t e k-eothing, consisting partly of Fine elOth,
p..tver, Pilot, Petersham, Whitney, Felt'and
-Double Overcoats, Cloth Frock, Dress, Sack -and
Business coats of all qualities, stylesaiid colours:
Monkey Jackets. Roundabouts of different sorts,
qualities and prices. Fine Black Doeskin, Cloth'
and Cassiinere Imnts do., fancy Cassimcr, Sati
net, Tweed, as well as a variety of magnificent
Vests, some of which in quality and . workman
shi p'equal any custom work, that can be obtained
in any other place, Besides a large assortment
of Boys' clothing, the subscriber also keeps on
hand a well selected stock of Gentlemen's Fur
nishing Goods, such as handkerchiefs, cravats,'
collars, gloves,.sacks,• shirts of all descriptions.
Undershirts, Drawers, knit Jackets, suspenders,
Travelling Bags, Hats and Caps, and a great
many other articles too numerous to specify.
Encouraged by past favors, the subscriber has
fear exceeded his - usual outlay in purchasing
stock, and lie now assures the public that no
person wishing to purchase need leave his store
without being suited, heis enabled-to-sell at the
very lowest prices ! and whoever wishes to make
a wise outlay of his money is respeetfully-invi
,ted to call and examine for himself.
October 10th, 1854. •
Now's the time for Ne,w Goods,
AT D. P..erWEIN'S STORE.
1)P. GWIN has just opened a new stock of
, Goods, consisting of the most fashionable
Dress Goods,for Ladies and Gentlenrien, such a-
Silks,fancy and black, Bor;2ge.i, Berege Delhins,
Lawns;'Morenoes, Ginghams, and Prints of all
Kind.; Cloths, Cassimers, Cas-inetts, woolen'
Good , t, Vestings, Szc. &c, Also.. Ribbons,
Gloves, Mats, Hosery, Dress-buttons, Veils, Col-,
Jars. Laces, Fringes .' &c. &c. Also, Flannels,
Cotton Flannels, white and colored; Ailus'ines
bleached and unbleached, and a large variety of
other Goods tee nu to mention..
Also, Groceries of all, kinds, H a
ats nd Caps,
Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Hard- ,
ware, Glassware and Queens-ware. ,
My old customers and, as., many new ones as
can crowd in, are earnestly requested to call and
examine my goods.' •,
All kinds of Country produce taken in ex=
change for GoodS atthe highest:market prices.
lept. 26th, 1554.
Dry-Goods, Clothing, Groceries, &c., &c.
At the Cheap Cornef,
33 EN.T. JACOBS respectfully informs his old
, customers, Democrats, Whigs, and Know-
Nothings, and the public, in general, that he has
just opened a large 'assortment,of New Goods for
i ill and winter, consisting in part of
ety of LADIES' +DRESS GOODS of 'the latest
styles and best qualities; and Di'y-Cools in gen
eral,too numerous to mention. - '
LADIES' SILK BONNETTS, twanty-6ve
per cent. cheaper than ever.
READY-MADE CLOTHING—a large as
sortment for men and boys.
GROCERIES —fresh and . of all lands*:
HATS AND CAPS, and BOOTS and SHOES
of all kinds for'inen, women; misses and boys.
QUEENSWA.RE, and all other articles usu
ally kept in a country store. ' . .
Every body, and the rest of inaii and woman
kind, arc invited to call and examine for them
Huntin,gdon, Sept. 6t.11, 1354.
H. A h V a 1 E )
d j u o s n t i r , e s e t e a iv s eLl
i cr l o e r a
o P f h
i l ad e I phia the
• Fall and Winter Goods
ever offered in this place, consisting of Cloths,
,Cassitners, Sattinetts, Vestings.
FOR THE LADTES, we have Plaid Silks,
worsted Plaids, and every variety of Plaid Goods,
to please the taste of the Ladies; also, Shawls,
Sachery, Flannels, Bonnet Silks, Bonnets, arid
the finest assortment of Coliqrs, Tindersleaves.
Shimazetts, &c , &c., ever offered to the Ladies
of this place.
BOOTS AND SHOES of everY. variety. fo - r.
Boys and Men, Ladies Shoes' of every variety,
HATS AND GAPS, a beautiful as3ortrnent,
of every grade and size. -
HA.It'D WARE oi,which we have the besfas
sortmenvin lowa. . "
QUEENS WARE - AND •GROCE RIES, of
which there is no better for the price.
Our• stock of Oil Cloths, Carpets, &c., is good.
Tubs, Buckets, Willowware, and everything
usually kept in a: country store.
In fact we have everything to suit the taste of
all; and at lower prices than can be got at any
other house in town. If you don't be satisfied of
.the fact after cubing, then we give up.
We have also Fish, Plaster, and also re
ceive and store Grain as usual.
J. & W. SAXTON.
Sept. 26th, 1854.
OFFICE with Daniel Africa, Esq., Hill street,
howcen IVlontgotnery and Smith streets,
Huntingdon, - [Sept 13, '5l.
In Market Square, Huntingdon, Pa.
r HE public generally, and the little ones in
particular, are requested to call at INicebus'
Establishment, where all kinds Of L'SWEETMEATS,
CANDIRS and Nuts, and a - large assortment of
Toys can be had. Please call and examine for
Qet. 10th, 1854.
.At. 11. Roman's:. Clothing Store,
OvercoatS ' for $4 50 .
Lined Pants " 2,00
Vests , • , ,75
Call and examine for yourselves.
Huntingdon, Oct. 10th, 1851.
GEO. G WIN
The largest and' best selected stock of
J. & W. SAXTON,
J. SIMPSON AFRICA. J. F. RAMEY
AFRICA & .RAIVIEY,
PR AICTICAI... SURVEYORS;
Confectionary, Fruit and Toys,
The Huntingdon and Broad Top Moun
tain. Railroad and. Coal Company re
spentfully call the attention of Capi-
taliSts and those having money to 'in
vest, to their . Bonds now being issued.
171 - lE..entire length ortheir road and bronch
i 'es now under contract is thirty five:Miles,
the grading and . masonry. of more 'than two
_thirdsof which is'finished, and'the balance rap
idly progressing 'toward completion. A. mart.
gage of -the entire road, find its equipments, and
on two thousand- acres of 'coal land , oWned , ,by
the Company, clear .of incumbrance, has been
executed to Jesse Godley of Philadelphia;
Thomas E. , Franklin, Esq., of Lane aSter,.and
H. Easton, of Franklin County, as Trustees
for the security of the bond holders. .This is
the first and we expect it to be the only issne,ot
bonds - by the Company ; and.the Stock - holders
will have,, upon the completion of the 'road
•whickthe negotiation of the bonds will secure,
property as,seeur:ty to the - amount of a million'
and a quarter or a millibn and a half of dollars,
say - three times the amount of the issue. We
expect after the road is in operation one year to
pass down three hundred thousand tons of coal,
per annum,' and within five years near double
that amount. • •Our bonds' arc issued 'in sums of
five hundred dollars each, bearing seven per cent
interest, with coupons' attached, and form a very
desirable'investment for Guardians, Executors,
iSz.e.,•as by detaching a, coupon,.the.half yearly
interest can be collected through 'Ale nearest
The bonds will be ready for,delivery_ at the
office.of the Treasurer, on skr, after the-4st day
of October next. Below is a statement of the
sources from which the Company expect to de-
L T. WATA2SN, President,
Transportation - of 300,0.00 tons of coal at a nett
Profit .of 25 cts. per ton, ' 875,000
Prcfiton transportation of iron; 'fire_
clay, lumber, merchandise, ore, A.S•e. 15,000
Rent of mines of'compiny—say-50;-:
000 tons per annum at 25 ets
Deduciinterest on $500,000 of bonds
at 7 per cent. per annum,
,Inrge amount to be divided among
Sept. 12, 1854.
HOSFaRD S 2 - MILLER,
GEL`NEEMAL 4NO AGENTS,
Watetloo, Black "Hawk Co., lowa,
• A RE prcpayed to transact any business .
taining to the purcltasc . and S;dc of land, or
Toivn Lots, itisestigation of thins, transfers and
We have - located ourselves in the interior for
th kir pose and will personally survey and
carefully dkamine any tract of land within our
reach, 'give correct and prompt information con
cerning Congress Lands in the Dubuque and
Des Moines Land Districts,
_in any of the sur
.especially on the proposed
lines-of Railroads from Dubuque west and the
Cedar River Valley Railroad. Persons wishing
to make safe investments by having careful .se
lections made would do-well to'aaress,or give
us a call. .
Lands located on time for settlers. Payment
of taxes punctually attended to. Township
plots of latest date always on, hand. .
36,900 Acres of cholecF,irniing L'and, for
sale from $2. toss per acre. ' Also Several small
,of timber of good quality. Likewise 2or 3
improed Farms near the county scat. '
- REPF:RENCES.--Gov.- Matteson, Sprinfifield,
III.; 1.16 n.• Jas. Gavin, llnntinidon, Pa.; 7 R: C.
Goodell, Cash. Merch. and Drovers' Mink,
; George S. Fisher, Cash. Bank of Ot.
lawa, ; F.•Baxnes; Banker, Ottawa,, ;
E. 8., Stiles - , Esq., Dixon, Ill.; Gov. Dernst.cad,
J. C. Farlay S.:„Co.',and-1.1. S. Iletheri,ngtori, Du
buque,Jowa ; Thos. Jackson, Esq., [ion:San - 01.
Calvin, and ion. R. A. McMurtrie, llollidays
JAPAN CONQUERED ! !
NEW GOOD S . •
DETER t SWGGPE, hereby makes known to
the citizens of Hantingdon-County, that he
has-just returned from Philadelphia and' has
opened inTrame store room lately occupied by
Marx Israel, near the corner of Hill & Mont
gomery,Streets, Huntingdon, Pa., a large, new,
,„ s i.n a d o welt-assorted
1 stock tt\Tr) of C BITS T•S AND
eing,fine and - coarse Boots, Shoes,. Gai
ters, Menroes, ,Ties, &e., fora Gentlemen;- and
also fine Gaiter Boots, Buskins, Jenny Linds,
and Tics for Ladies. Children's Boots and
Shoes of every variety and fashion.
Gentlemen and Boys can be accomodated
with hats of the latest and most approved style.
He has also a good stock of hosiery, of ladies,
gentlemen and childreni.s wear. - ,
Hc . has a good assortment afresh Mahogany
The "Nimble Sixpence is,better than the• slow
Shilling.'• Call and be served. Don't forget
the place, near the Corner of Hilland Montgom.
Huntingdon July 18th, 1854.—tf.
For Sale or Rent.
A: small Ridge Fa;ni in West township, about
7 miles from Huntingdon, late the property
of Abraham Evans, containing 110 Acres.—
The improvemt are a good Log House
:FE and a-small Barn—about 50 young apple
trees now bearing fruit, bounded by lands
of Samuel Peightal, Benjamin Corbin and Judge
Gwin. This property will be sold or rented on
the most reasonable terms, by ,
J. Sr.. W. SAXTON.
Huntingdon, Angiist 2.2nd, 1854.
BELL, GARRETTSON & CO,,
On North-West corner of - Hill and Montgomery
Streets in the borough of
II tl3 TIAT GB ON,
At which a general Banking busines is contem
plated to be done.
DRAFTS on Philadelphia, Pittsburg, &c.,
&e.,_always fur sale. Collections made at
the principal points in the United States.
Money received on.deposit, payable on de
-7710.71d without interest; also 3,6, 9 and 12. months
'payable with reasonable rates of interest thereon.
MEMBERS OP FIRM : •
J. M. BELL, R. B. JoussToNs, War. JACK', WM
M. LLOYD, Hollidaysburg, Pa.; A. P: WILSON,
J GEO. MILES, WM. DORIS, Jr., .Thos. FISHER,
WM. P. ORDISON; - JOHN SCOTT, JAMES Gwry,
Gr.°, W. GARRETTSON, Huntingdon Pa.
Huntingdon Pa. July 1:1,1854.-3m. .•
ADAMS & CO.'S EXPRESS.
T. K. Simonton Aa't. 3 Huntinadon
• . '
- A /TONEY, Packages, and Goods of,alLkinds,
au received and :forwarded at the risk of the
Company, to all the cities and principal towns
in the United States,
A. P. HOSFORD; -' -
LIGHT! LIGHT ! LIGHT !! !
Me Bo vroersi tgz,
AVE removed to: their New' Store and •Fac
toryi•No. 74 South Second , Street
phia, (Five doors below their old stand;) •hav-:
ing increased ,facilities,,,we: offer to •MerchantS
And others, GAS „V.IXTURES and Liolp,s. of
, every,cleseriptiop, at : the lowest Manufac
turer s prices,'anduninrpassed in quality or ap.,
: pearance by.any in the Country.. Our Stock
emliraces'py,ott'STatent Pine Oil Lamps, (the
best in We: Wbrid.) Burping Fluid and Solar
Ltrd Lamps,,' Chandeliers,
for 'Gas, Pine Oil,
Solar . Lird, and Fluid, Hall and Patent Spring
Hand Lantlioriis, Globes, Glasses, Wicks; Pine
Oil and Flxiittwh'olesale and ;retail: •
Merchants and others will.find it to their ad
vantage-to call and examine our stock and pri-
ccs. - -
- ~ -
CL . ' Particular attention given to fitting up
Churches and other public buildings.
October 3rd, 1854.
STIOUR"i'VER and LiEARLEY.
Cheap Watches_ and Jewelry,
WI-lOLESALE, and RETAIL
- ;.,,5.-7'er" at the "Philadelphia Watch
t:. - aand, Jewelry Storc,"•No. 96
North SECOND STitr.r.T,corncr of Quarry ,Phila.
Gold Lever Watches, carat icnc
cases, - _ _ _ ' O .QR nO
Gold Lepiries'; . , ' 24 00
Silver Lever Watches,fulljewelled, 12 00
Silver Lepine, jewels, - - - 900
Superior gnartiers, - ' - - 700
Gold Spectacles, -- - '-' '7 00'
Fine Silver do. -- - - - 1 50
Gold Bracelets,- - , - . 300
Ladies' Gold Pencils, - 1 00
Silver Tea Spoons, set, - - - 500
Gold Pens, with Pencil and Silver Elolder,l 00
Gold Finger Rings, 37 scents to SSO; Watch
Glasses, p1ain,12,4 cents; Patent, 1S;T; Lunet,2s,
othcrartieles in proportion. , Ailgoods warran
ted to be what they,are sold for.
:STAUFFER & HARLEY,
• On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers and
Lepincs, still lower thanthe'above prices.
Electr_o-Magnet Lightning ROds
FTER. many' ye - arS'sclOse investigation
and numerous eafporiments, the Pattenteo
Sakes pleasure in informing the public that he
has arrived 'at the true principles of protecting
families, dwellings and property from the de
structive „influence of Lightning. The ell
amities that every City, Town, Village and
Country falls victim to annually, through the
gross negligence of its inhabitants, is beyond
calculation, especially when the remedy is so
easy to obtain--this is found in Armitage's
-Patent Magnetic Lightning Rods; and in
this alone. This Rod has been examined by
the most scientific gentlemen in the' world =
Pro'fessor's M'slurtrie, John Son, Wallor -nnd
many others, that' have examined them, ipcom.
Mend - and•speitk of them in the highest terms
of - af)probition, and hiive pronourieCd - them the
only safe rods in usa hi this or any Other-coun
try; for the'proteation•of Lives and Property.—
One:advantage is to divide and .throw back a
part of•the electric fluid harmless to the clouds;
in time of a stroke this enables the rod to con
duct. that portion of fluid that belongs .to the
earth without the slightest, danger of leaving
the conductor. This rod•" has many other _ad
vantages over the old one. Tap only place of
'manufacturing is in . • Vine St, 3: doors above
Twelfth, Philaclelphici, where all, persons are
respectfully invited to call and examine for
thenn;elves. For - Shle Wholuszrie itnd • Retail by
- TIIOS. ARMITAGE.
Satisfactory rseoinmendations can be seen
by calling - on the subscriber. 'Ail rods war:.
raritcd: . •
' ' SAMUEL - HOOVER,
Hartleton, Union Co., Pa.;
Is Agent for Huntingdon, and adjoining, coun
ties, and will furnish the Rods on 'the same
'manner as the Proprietor. . Any • per - son desir
ing Lo be. supplied with the Rods,can leave their
orders with the, Editor of;the, •Globe," or with
Grailius Miller, of Alio Rail Road Hotel. -
Apri:l_36, 1854. „.
Grkery and Confectionary Store,
1) ESPE,CTk PLLY informs their friends and
at, the public in general, that they still,coutin
tic the Grocery and Confectionary busineSs, un
der the Sons of Temperance Hall, on Alain
street, flnntingdon, where they have now on
hand a full and general assortment of
Groceries and Confectionaries,
which they will sell wholesale and retail. They
have also on hand Buckets, salt, Carpet Bags,
Fancy Articles, &e., &c., &c., all of which they
will sell cheap. Country prducp taken in ex.
,change for Goods—the cash paid when we have
no Goods to suit customers.
As-we'arc determined to accommodate all
who may call arour store, we invite an exami.
nation and trial of our stock.
Huntingdon, Apl. 19, 1854. "
rrtHE public generally, and the rascals who
so m e timesince,entered,my store and remo-
Ned valuables to the amount of about $llOO
without my permission, are informed that I
have just opened a, more ,general and better as
sortment of articles in my line of business than
was ever brought to .Huntingdon, con
rr of Watches, Jewelry, f l itto
6L . p. Clocks, Fine Knives, Pistols, I
Perfumery, Port Illonnaies,Sil.
ver Ware and Fancy Articles, &c., &c. My
old friends and customers, and the public in
general throughout the county are requested to
call and examine my assortment.
Huntingdon, March F.,,)2, 1854.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON
n IVEN BOAT, thankful fdr Past favor's, re.
Spectfally informs the public in general
that he has removed to his new shop on Wash.,
ington street, on the property lately and for
many -years occupied by-Alex. Carnion, where
he is prepared to manufleture'all kinds of
Carriages, Buggies, Rockaways, Wagons
and in short every kind of vehicle desired.—
Rockaways and _Buggies of a•superior inanufac.
tore and finish alivays on hand.and for sale at
Repairing of all kinds done at the shortest
notice and on the 'most reasonable terms: •
llantingdon,-May 16, 1854.
ueenswaie---a fine aisortipent jirst receiv
at the store of
,Lanuaty 3d, 1854
LONG & DECKER
CLOCKS AND 3v7VELI:t4Sr.
The subscriber, thankful to
c . •y/ J qr his friends and patrons,
the public crehera Ily, fo r ,their
patronage, still continues to carry on
at the same stand one door east of Mr. 37
don, where he will attend to all who will ef "re'' ,
favor 'him with their custom ; and also keeps on
hand a good assortment of Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, &C., &c., all of which he is determined
to-sell at lOw prices. Clocks, Watches andjeNv;•
elry Of all kinds, will be repaired at short notice,
and having made ' arrangements with. 'a good
workman, all repairs will be done in a neat and
durable manner,' and any-person having articles
for repairing, shall have them done at :the pro
mised time,. ,By paying strict attention to:busi
ness, and selling
,at low prices, he hopes to re.
ceive hare.° t" public patrena,g,e.
JOSEPH RIEGGgiI. •
- R. C. illcafLL returns his
thanks to his friends and the pub-, tit t,
very liberal patronage •
and' hopes by strict attention to
bu.iness to merit a continuance of the same;h3
all kinds of Castings. Cooking Stoves, Air-Tight
Parlor. Ten - Plate Wood and Coal Stoves of va
riou•;'sizes.; and all kinds of Ploughs: the rieas
ter and the Plank Barshear patterns. and Key
stoneNo.4 Self-sharpening and Hillside Ploughs,
and'-Shears to suit all kinds of • Ploughs in the
country; -Rolling-mill and Fot ge Casting, - Grist
and Saw-mill Casting., Len islown breshing
111 whine Patterns, and the four - horse and two
Morse poWer of Chatribersber,g patterns: and all
other•kinds of castings Coo' nunierous to me:lth n,
all of which will-be sold cheaper than ever for
cash and all kinds of country produce. Also, old
mettle taken in c Nehan,ge fot castings.
• ' R. C: McGILL
Huntingdon, May 2 8 1
NEW FIRM IN "POIiTBTOWM
_Grocery, Provision,' arid' Veed'Store.
F. Si, C. : ggiIIiEIDER
DESPEOTFULLY 'informs 'dnizens of
Huntingdon, -boatmen. abd the public in
general far and near, thet thoy -ha've opened a
Grocers', Provision arid Feed :gore, in Pottstown,
in-the -old stand-of Cunningham cg Cornpropst,
where tht.y are-prepared to'acctimmOdate all who
may give them a ca:l. with choice- Gabei F n
PROVISIONS and Est) 'of-all hinds at prices
cheaper than can be lied at any othdr p'ace for
All kinds.uf Country Produce. taken' in ex
change t'"r goods. • •••
'Phe generally are requeke.d o.gi re no
a call, examine our :itnek and hear our prices.
haying a good warehouse, they :will-receive
from and,ship goods-of all-kinds 'for point
on the Penna Phitadelphia. - Ba' timora,
Pittsburg, anti other places.
tstown , April 5,1854. , •
A Valuable Business Stand in Hun-
At Private. Sate.
r ME subscriber offers fOr sale his well linou n
I. property on Railroad street, near the Depot.
„m The dwelling is large and well i'Shed
fbr convenience and comfort, with ii con.
venient store room 'wider thesartni.: fool.
There is a well of good Water near the dOor.—
Also a-good warehouse and other improvements..
Pqrsons wishing to, purchase •ca-n exa mine the
prpperty by calling upon the subscriber.. -.
TER 515.—0ne half in hand and the balance to
suit purchaser. S',VEWART.
Hun tin g - , Feb. 14,1854.
EUUNINEVGDON MARBLE VA RD.
Id, rp rrE undersigned respectfully informs
P, his friends and the public generally,
A in Huntin - wdon and
that he has established himself.in, fluntinglrlon.
having;just received from Philadelphia a select
ed stoc): of choice marble grave stones of every
dh-ieriptien, which he will furnish .at . .yery.'re,..
duced'prices.: All orders througli',M,-i iLiddrcsii
ed to the undersigned will be attended to with
promptness.. _ _
Shop - 3 doors West of A'. Wil.:on's Attorney
OfHee. ' ' 'WM. WILLIAAIS.
May_ 17, 1863.
11. A. MILLER, D. D. S.
A ATIF:ICLAL, TEETH, from ono 4,100:7 . , --
. to : i4 . fu4 set, mounted in theilnost,o4.iiive
Filling, Filing and C/eirtrino- - do no with care
Teeth :Extracted with all the case and - dos.
patch that modern science can furnish.
linntingdon', March' 8, 1854.
OFFICE same as that formerly- 'Occujiicil by
Mr. Scott. •
Huntingdon, Oct. 17, 1853.
ze)19711 N. Y7Y2C)WE12311,,
, 5 1-,Z4 ',W;
Will Ittend :htirixiefs jr)-
truited to his care. tirigdop
P ; •
'AV T.O Ft 11—P,"1" •
r\FFICE r'enzovcq to the, brick ow Ilea" the
kj Court House. .
Under Temperance Han No. 17.
/FACKEREL, Trout, Hams andChouldere,
31 Dried Fruit, Camphene, Corn by the bush
el, &c., &c., now on hand and for sale at
LONG & DECKER'S Cheap Grocery.
No.l-and 2, of the latest
styles. Kossuth Hats of various styles
and qualities—will be sold .low at-the cheap
A.beautiful assortment of fancy casSi'mqes,
Icloths, summer ware, for 'men and boys: . —
Also, carpetbags &e;, just reeeived • and
for sale by J. & W . SAXTON
QILK: dress patterns;•berebe de-lanes; berege,
lawns, of every variety dlid color, just•_re.
ceived by - •J . .& ,W. SAX ON.
6 '-' l l a E ze e d E . o c f ho W ic ti e ll v; P lr a t e ty r l
sate at •• GEO. GWIN'g
rll-1E bast assortment of ranCy-Cast;iniara eY
j er offered; for sale by
CARPET BAGS •of,every °variety, just .re
ccived and for sale - by•
J. & NV..SAXTON.
TUST reCeiVedn beautiful assortment pf Silk,
•Dress : Pitterns,' at eicceding]y
and forsale-by • •j: & W.
rr E •hondsomest lot of carpet' and oilcloth
just received and for sale by •
.1. & SAJCPON.
SA 311tEl l 'T. DR o%i'M
•J. &. W. SAXTON.