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Thursday Morning Aug. 12.
CSC One day in advance—this week's Journal.
kW Theatres are outlawed in Connecticut.
THOMAS H. BENTON is nearly 80 years of ago.
Ifsr We hope our country friends, in town du
ring the week, will not forget to give us a call.
PLENTY—green fruit and stale political shut-
BRILLIANT- the desplay of fire-works in Mr.
Dorris' garden the other evening.
fer The Whigs of Blair county are circulating
' The produce of gold for 1852, is estimated
to be 240 tons.
Authentic history informs us that the first
dress worn by our grand-mother, Eve, was a hare
SHOULD GO TO SCHOOL—the author of the
celebrated "Keys" letter.
r A bold sinner is generally a cowardly suf
fir We may give advice, but we can not give
Cr The Woman's Rights Convention will meet
in Syracuse, N. Y. on the Bth of September, and
continue in session throe days.
"How sweet the words of truth
Breathed from the lips we love."
Cir Gold is being found in great aliiiiidance in
Abbeyville district, South Carolina.
cz There are nearly two million of people in
Sweden who have no family name.
tair Many men lose much by being too corn •
municative its their matters of business.
GT The glory of a coronation tar real genius,
seldom comes till after death.
' Work is man's appointed task—the great
mission upon which lie is seat into the world.
Fine tomatos, cabbages, and other vegeta
bles, come to us regularly by the &Stern train,
and sell at reasonable prices.
a" The father of Mr. Graham, the candidate
for the Vice Presidency, was a native of Chester
HE.. THE PhOPIIET—John Van Buren pre
dicts that Pierce will be President. In 1848, he
was equally confident of his father's success.
tg — The census returns show a greater num
ber of idiots in New Hampshire, than in any oth
er State of the Union.
kr On Tuesday last a fire occurred in Savan
nah, Georgia, which consumed sixty or seventy
houses, and left a large number of pUsons desti
SCARCE —Patriots willing to serve their corn•
try, unless they can, at the same time, supreme.
ly serve themselves.
IN SESSION—the Whig County Convention
—The ratification nteeting will mine Ott' thin
(Tuesday) evening at the Court house.
WELL TRAINED YOUTII-OIR IiOVS that were
engaged hest Sabbath carrying oti' Esquire Afri
ca's green peaches, while their parents Were at
A Clergyman hi Boston prefers plinelt to
wine, for the orthodox reason, shut punch is no
where Condemned in the Scriptures.
Iv MCITION—sIit Car of Justice, condo kited by
noir. George Taylor and his gentlemanlk asso
ciates, with a nixing force of talented Atidtheys
to work the wheeli. Though the track IS some
what obstructed by evil disposed individuals, no
danger to the machinery need be apprehended.
A controversy is gding on in the Catholic
journals about the liiwlitlness of using tallow in
stead of wax cm.lles iii the services of the altar !
Almost ever} , mail siimounces the names
of prominent Democrats of the "old school," in
different parts of the United States, who avow
their determination to support Scott for the Pre
When it an 'independent voter' too drunk
to discharge the duties of a respectable citizen at
the ballot-box 9 Not at long as his candidate is
sober enough to drag him up to the scratch.
0" Six Puebla Indians from New Mexico are
now on their way to Washington—the first of
their tribe that have visited the United States.
grI F-, Sonora, the chief city of the Southern
mines, California, was almost entirely destroyed
by tire on th 9 18th ult. Only a few scattered
buildings in the suburbs remain.
It has been reported that the Society of
Friends intend voting for Pierce, on account of
his apparent horror of blood as evinced by repeat
ed knifings on the battle field. This is a Ws , .
take. The Quakers are as little disposed to faint
as to fight.
dir Rev. James J. Browuson has been elected
President pro tem, of Wavhington College, Pa.,
in the place of the Rev. Dr. Clark, chosen pastor
of the Presbyterian Church at Lewisburg.
CiF There are fourteen victims of the spiritual
rappings in the lunatic asylum at Utica. Piny
the authdrs and abettors of this dangerous delu
sion are not ull confined with its unfortunate vic
Cr Thirty years ago there were, in Newbury
port, Muss., more distilleries than churches.—
Now the smoke of their torments no longer offends
any one. The last having just closed its career
of wrong doing.
INTERESTING TO TIIE YOUNG FOLKS.—AtInst
three thousand marriages are celebrated every
day, and there is not a moment, from one year's
end to another, in which the delightful ceremony
is not somewhere coming off.
eir The Savannah Georgian (Dem.) states
its belief that a great majority of the Whigs of
Georgia will go with Dawson and Grantland for
Geu. Scott, and that if Messrs.lToombs and Ste
vens of the Union party form a third ticket and
thus divide the Democratic vote, the State will go
afr Private letters from France mention a re
port that a dangerous conspiracy agdast the
Government had been discovered in the Firma
army. The papers say nothing of it.
Science and Agriculture.
Mr. Reverd'y Johnston, says the Ameri
can Farmer, purchased, in 1848, a small
farm near Biltimorey in the last stage of
impoverishment. Such was its reduced
condition that the last crop of corn was'
not more than one peck to the acre. He
states that all the vegetable matter grow
ing on the two hundred acres of cleared
land, including briars, sassafras, and other
bushes, if carefully collected, would have
been insufficient for the manufacture of one
four-horse wagon-load of manure. He ap
plied to Dr. David Stewart of Baltimore,
an able chemist, who ;ode out to the farm
and procured specimens of the soil, which
he carefully analyzed He found that it
contained an abundance of lime potash,
magnesia, iron, and organic scatter, duly
mixed with alumnia and sand. One ele
ment only of a fertile soil wanting, phos
phoric acid; of this there was no trace.—
He recommended the application to the
Soil of biphosaic of lime, a preparation of
bones, as the best mode of supplying the
I deficient element. The remedy was given,
at an expense of ten dollars per sore. It
was the ono thing needful. llealth was
restored to the exhausted patient; and the
grateful soil yielded last year twenty-nine
bushels of wheat per acre to the propietor.
Nothing else was applied, indeed nothing
else was wanting. Here was a beautiful
triumph of science. There is no doubt
about the facts; the experiment came under
the observation and attracted the attention
of hundreds. It was detailed to the wri
ter by Mr. Johnson himself, and various
others worthy of perfect reliance.
What the Farmer most Needs.
It is not a college endowed by the State;
it is primary schools, to prepare farmers'
eons and daughters for the higher walks in
science as applied to agriculture. They
need organization. They want farmers'
clubs and neighborhood libraries of agri: ,
cultural books. They need discussion.—
They need more intercourse, not only in
their own town and county, but through
out the State and country, to see and
learn what other farmers are doing; and if
they have improvements, learn what they
are, and adopt them. This is the great
est need of the farmers. They need to be
come better satisfied with their vooation;
to get rid of the prevailing notion that
farming is; necessarily, an unniental em
ployment; that is, that the farmer has no
occasion to think—has no occasion for
education, and never can become wealthy,
or what the world would call respectable,
while engaged iu the culture of the earth,
and, therefore, he seeks the first opportu
nity to escape from au avocation placed
under ban, not only by all others, but his
own class also: The great need of the
farmer is that he shall declare himself in
dependent or all other classes; at least, more
so than they are of him; and of course, he
is entitled to as much honor and respect as
those engaged in any other calling whatev
er; and if he is a man of toil, that is no rea
son why he should not be a man of intel
lect. The great need bf the farmer is or
ganization; and this must be accomplished
by a few self-sacrificing men, who will un
dertake the labor of establishing and main
taining farmers' clubs in ever neighbor
hood. Farmers need to drop polities, and
take up agriculture. They must talk,
read and think, and they will be sure to
act or their children will act for thern.--
Action and Re-action in Farming.
Never keep animals on short allowance
—.lf you %terve thew they will surely
Although in draining land thoroughly,
your purse may be drained, yet the full
crops that follow will soon fill it again.
Trying to farm without capital, is like
trying to run a locomotive withmit fuel.—
Money and wood must both be consumed,
if they are to move the machine of the
farm or of the rail.
Learn as much as possible the experi
ence of the skillful; the man who depends
on teaching himself will be likely to re
ceive very poor lessons,—or as Dr, Frank
liu has it, he will find "he has a fool for
If you wish to give energetic movement
to all your farm machinery, and keep its
hundred *heels id rotation, be sure not to
be without a good rotation of crops.
If you allow your animals to shiver,
your fortune will be shivered in conse
quence; that is, the farmer who leaves his
cattle to the winds, will find his profits al
so given to the winds.
Heavy carrot crops for cattle will soon
return carats of geld.
Did you ever hear the musical notes of
a herd of starving hogs? Extinguish by
food those noun speedily, if you would
avoid even more annoying notes after pay
' day has passed.
"Manure is money," and "Short paper
is like a short plant; a note at bank ma
tures by falling due,—an oat hi the field
also matures by falling dew—but they will
be found in both cases shorter than wan
ted, unless the fiscal bank and the bank of
earth both receive timely deposits.
To abuse animals by starving them is as
base as the hope of gaining by it baseless.
n -- * The wheat crop, uow fathered is,
in most parts of the country said to be of
excellent quality—Coro, potatoes and fruit
will be abundant.
JOHNSTON & CO.'S
Great Consolidated Equestrian, Di•antai•
ic, Olympic and Histrionic
Organized and perfected for the ensuing season,
under the title of the EMPIRE CIRCUS
With a double troupe of performers, mule and
female, selected from the cream of the European
land American Amphitheatres; an unrivalled stud
of PERFORMING HORSES, superior in blood,
beauty, and training to those of any other estab
lishment extant; a whole family of DIMINU—
TIVE TBIG'It: PONIES, whose sportive gam
bols, various dances, and extraordinary perfor
;names, exhibit almost superhuman sagacity, and
a full compliment of DRAMATISTS, PANTOMIMIST/4
& EQUERRIES, will exhibit at 2 and 7i p. m., at
Alexandria, Wed. August 11th. .
Huntingdon, Thurs. Aug. 12th.
Greenwood, Friday, Aug. 11th,
Lewistown, Saturday, " 14th,
Producing upon each representation a succession
of Equettrian, Acrobatic, Dramatic, and Panto
mimic "chef d'inuvres," interlarded with divert
ing Comedettns, and GRAND NATIONAL
SPECTACLES, with an entire change of pro
gramme at each performance, and in which the
Whole strength of the various departments will be
brought into requisition.
`tr LLCM WILOW
Who bompose thin novel and gigantic Troupe are
of world-wide celebrity, prominent iiinotigst whom
thepllowing stand pre-emineni
MADAIA 13116 IVER, Equestrienne Prima
Donna and latterly first Lady rider at Pram:ones,
T. NEVILLE, the young Phenomenon, and
greatest trick and mercurial rider in America.
W. H. STOUT, the great classic Horsenian—
backer of tnany steeds, and first teacher of "La
W. AVMAII, the antinotts of the Cirque, dash:
ing Equestrian, and living model of the :Wolk
W. ROCIIFORD, the unequalled Gymnast;
exquisite rider; and double sumerlel Champion.
U. SERGEANT, the greatest living Protean
and Shakesperean equestrian.
G. DUNSAR, founder of the Viennian sehocil
of motley acrobats.
HERIt LEE, the modern Sampson, and protd
type of Homer's Additive.
J. FISHER, the extraordinary contortionist,
and exquisite performer on the corde volunte.
At LEVI, the great parstoral rider and panto
THE HOT HEROES, Musters HENRI and
AUGUSTA, the youthful delineators of the high
schuul of art.
Messrs: BAKER, CARLEY, MORTIMER,
TWO STAR CLOWNS, Messrs. JENNINGS
and BROWER, each 111111Uu., for originality, wit
A BRILLIANT BAND, Unhesita
tingly prououneed the first and most accomplish
ed so America, lea by the greatest bugler of the
age, IL K. GAUL.
And a general outfit of appointments, decora
tions and paraphernalia, whirls either as regards
taste, Skill, br invislt expense, cats DEFY THE
EquEsTRIAN Dtuutrron, uud "Maitre du Che
val," W. H. STOUT.
Master of Me Arena, U. Dtmut,
Manager, C. I'. MAY.
Admission '23 cents,— no half price.
Strayed away freni the pasture
field of the suliserilier, on Shaver's
ClAk, on ThursdtiY night the 15th
p inst.; Mn iliON GhAY Mine, about
six years out, with inane and tore-top short. Any
person giving inilirmation the Alive Mare,
will he suitably rewarded. . ,
J ESSSE M'MANIGAL.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to
thB subscriber, either by note or otherwise, are
requested to call and make settlement, at Isis store
iu Portstown, near Huntingdon, as he is desirous
of hitting his old Books closed.
Jul• ..19, 1852,
Estate Of llEStni• Men late of Warrior Mark,
Lettth of fidttilniStrktlon have this day have
granted to the subscribers upon the above estate;
theretlire all persons knosfing thetnselves Indebted
will make immediate payment, and those having .
claims will present them prOperly authenticated
JOHN BECK, Jr.,
July 2h, 1821-6 t,
New Stock of Summer Clothittg,
FOB MEN AND BOYS.
- - ,
Vests from 50ets to $5; Pants from 75ets ib
$5,50; Coats from $1 to sls—just received and
for sale at SIMON LEVI'S STOVE.
Highest Price in CASH for Wheat,
Paid at the Store of SIMON LEVI.
A Fine Assortment of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, 11117SLINS,
Sc., at only, 15 per cent. profit, for sale at the
cheap store of SIMON LEVI.
FRESH GROCERIES , —
Just received at the cheap Store of
For sale at LEVI'S Store.
Boots, Shoes, Hats, ate:,
For sale at LEVI'S cheap eorner store.
CaRPBTING & Ca.o 3 E7' BAGS,
Received and for sale at LEVI'S Store.
SALT BY THE SACK,
For sale at
T HE cheapest and best Cloths in town for sale
by J. & W. SAXTON.
GOLD uud Silver Spectacles at all prices, at
E. Snare's. April 15,1852.
A N excelleut iariety of fine Pax Kama, at E.
.Z - Snare's. April 15, 1859
For Males and Females.
REV. RALPH PIERCE, A. B. Prnicepal.
MRS. MARILLA P. PIERCE, Precepireu.
The second Quarter of the Summer Session of
this Institution will commence, under greatly in
creased patronage, on the 20th of August and con-
Untie to the 11th November.
Thai hhaililifelness of the surrounding country,
thb delightful locality of the Institution, and the
high character of the Principal and Preccptress,
us Teachers, combine to render this one of the
bait desirable Schools in the country.
Turnots . .-•English Studies, from $2,50 to $5,00
per, quarter, according to advancement.
Latin and Greek, , $6,00 per quarter.
centime, French, Masse and Drawing—Lam.
Boarding furnislied,iipon application to the Prin-
Cipal, at $1,25 per week. Room rent, furniture,
and fuel, 25 cents per week.
Large and conithodious bdildings, capable of
Wicointhodating, 156 Pupils, art now in process of
erection, in whiCh it is designed to open the Fall
add Winter TerM, commencing 25th November.
'ruffian tees insizi-inb& to be paid In advance.
Jos> ply Spangl9r; 1): blurt:son,
Geo. W. bpeer, Gideon Elias,
Atlam.Keitli, • .los. Kiopuon.
Cassvitle; July 26, 1852.-6 t.
TO SELL THE
LIFE OF MINERAL SCOTT.
Handsomely and Duf•ably Bound;
Illustrated with Ehgravings.
BY EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, ESQ:
Many years EditOr of the
Cincinnati Daily Chronicle.
The subscriber will shortly receive froni
Press, am Edition of the above valuablis itork, and
will furnish those who wish to become Agents to
circulate the same, on the most Mvortiblii tens.
For further particulars and all necessary inPma
tion, applicants will please address their letters to
the subscriber, H. MANSFIELD, Publishef,
134 York Sired, New Boom, Ct.
July 29, 1852.
JOHN N. PROWELL,
Will attend faithfully to all legal business entrust•
bd to his care.
Huntingdon, July 29, 1852.
The subscriber respectfully informs the public
that he now devotes his whole time and atten
tion to making and repairing pumps and will
promptly attend to all orders and calls that ho
may he favoured with warrented all work to be
Made of the best materials, and done in work
manlike manner at reasonable prices. Address
Mill Creek I'. 0. Huntingdon county,
We the SubserlHers having used of Isaac Wol
vHtuna make or Plurips and do not hesitate in
saying that we believe them to be the best pump
that is now in general use.
J. Porter, Thos. Read,
Charles Porter, Jno. Armitage,
Wm. D. Shaw, William Dorris,
COhiad _Bucher, . William Christy,
JllO. Whittaker, David Bliur,
Will. Orbison, D. McMuru•ie,
July 22, 1852.
Estao of FarmEmelt HARMAN, late of Cromwell
township, Bunt. co., dec'd.
Lepers of Admiuistfation having been granted
to the Undersigned on the above estate, notice is
hereby given to all pergolas indebted to make im
mediate payment and all persons having claims
will prtiient them properly authentleated for set
tlement. FREW:RICK HARMAN, Jr..
Cromwell tp., July 22,'52.-6t. Admr.
Proposals for Coal:
Sealed i'ropoeals will be received by the un
dersigned fit their Wilco up to twelve o'clock on
Thursday the nithl of Augst next, fti'r the delive
ry of 2(1 Tons of Cdtil tbr the use of the Cdulity.
Bids to state thii kihil of Coal.
Hunt. July 22, 1852. Cummissioneri:
magnificent assortment of Silk Dress Pat
n_ terns, also, Berugde f.mies, Berages, &c.,
for sale by ,1: & W: SAXTON:
abeautiful assortment of Pitney Capings and
Vesting for sale by a W. SAXTON.
All pirsliits indebted to Robert Grans by book
account or otherwise, will please call and settle
belbro the fir 4 of
Alexandria, June 3; 1852.
'2O bls. No; I Herring, for We at the store
tom' 100 Sucks of Salt in sibh,nitd for sale
by Ord.' Giris.
fa — Linseed Oil, 20 kegs pure WhA Lead,
Jersey Window Glass and Putty, Mr sate at the
store of ' GEO. GW/M.
sr A large assortment of Hats; Alobiskin,
Kossuth, Panama, Pearl, Straw, and Leghorn, , for
Men and boys, for sale at GEo. GIVIN*
it&American manufactured Pen Knives and ill
curs, an warranted, for sale by J. & W. Saxi66,
150 Sada G A Salt, in store, and fo't tale
at S 1,70 per tad, by J. & W. Saxton.
' 25 lldtrels and 10 half barrels of fresli
1 Herring, lift sale by J. & W. Saxton.
giF. 20 Barrels of Mackerel and Shad for dale
15 Y J. & W. Saxton.
W - Lead Ping inch,
inch and inch, for
dale by J. & W. glutton.
Oil, Paint, Varnish, Turpentine, Tar, fen-
Piteh, °Audi, Ropes, &e., for sale by J. &
500 yds'. Rag and Listen Carpet, just ie•
eired, and fa Bale by J. & W. Saxton.
61/0 yds. Ingrain Carpet for sale by J. &
isr 200 Bushels Rock Salt for sale, at 42 cts.
per bushel, by J. & W. Saxton.
te- 6 Brass game and Pancy Clocks for saki
by J. & W. Saxton.
AUR stock of tow priced Mtinslin de Lanes, and
Lawns, are edraplete, and.vety low by
April 22, HSI J. & W. SAXTON.
rilmosE beautiful new Bouriets have just arri.
ved, and are now opined and for vale by
April 22, 1862. J. & W. SAXTON.
WHEREAS, by a precept to me directed by
the Judges of the Common Pleas of the
county of Huntingdon, bearing test the 24th day
of July; 18b2, lam commanded to snake Public
Proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick,
that a Court of Common Pleas will be held in the
Court House in the borough of Huntingdon, on
the third Monday (tind leih day) of April, A.
B:, 1812, for the trial of all issues in said Court,
which remains undetermined, before the said
Judges, when and where all jtiros, witnesses and
suitors, in the trial of all issues are required to
Dated at Huntingdon, the 13th 4ay of July, in the
year of obr Lord 1852, and the 76th year of
WM. B. ZEIGali, Sheriff.
JOHN IRVINE respectfully inform the citi
zens of Blair and the adjoining counties, that he
still continues to manufacture every Alescription
of Ornamental Marble, such as lipiiiitnents of the
most chaste and beautiful designs; Wombs, of ev
rey variety of style and size; Head and Foot stones,
of whatever pattern desired, and et privcs varying
from sto 50 dollars. Also Mai Stefs, Window
Sills, &c., together with everything clsc in this
line of business. In addition to his Milner ser.ply.
of Marble, the proprietor has purchased the entire
stalk of A. W. Kenney, and is now receiving
from the East, a splendid assortment of White
Manchester slabs which will be finished to order
by Mr. John Freeman, whose reputation as an
Artist and Engraver, is known throughout the
All ;niers front a distance containing inscrip
fief* will he promptly attended to, and work de
livered at points within fifty miles, free.
•„! D, .STEWART ELLIOT is the authori
zed agerit for the transaction, of business connect
ed with this
.establishrrient, with whom contracts
may be unate,,
Q Country Produce ttken in exchange for
work, at cash prices.
erAll work warrtinted to be done in a style
superior tit nrly other Rtablislpnent in this sec
tion of the country, and at Philadelphia Pri
Popular Ice Crean! Sa ldbu.
JOHN MARKS informs the public iliqt, they
can be served with this rich dellbucy every even
ing at his well known establishMent under the
Sorts, of Temperance 11011 in Huntingdon. An
elediiii room is provided for the accomAdation
Of ladies and gentlemen, who diny wish to par
takee a this luxury.
eir He is prepared at all limbs, to furnish: Par
ties with the BEST that can bit made in tOwii;
and at reasonable rates.
May 20, 1852.
EARTHQUAKE IN HUNTINGDON.
JACOB SNYDER has
returned from •
east with a splendid stock of Clothing consisting
of Coats, Pants, Vests—all shades sizes and va
Collars, Cravats ' Hanker
chiefs, Hose and afine assortment of summer
hats. All will be sold remarkably low for cash.
Coats from $1 00 up to $l4, Pants trom $1 00
to $5 00 and Vests front 75eto to $4 00.
His establishment will be found at the Rough
d• Ready board awning in Mine Street.
Huntingdon May 27, Hifi.
THOMAS V. WOLIN,
Would respectfully inform, the citizens of Hun
tingdon and vicinity, that he has opened a Sha
ving and Shampooning &Ilion near the Post
office, where he is prepared to accommodate the
public in the most fashionable style. He also
keeps on hand Perfumery, the molt thshionable,
such as Eau de Cologne,Pomade Crystallite,
Bog Hair Oil, Pomade Pilacoale. Haile Anti
gue, Extract Mouchoir, Pertu Tincture of
Musk, Extra Lily White, tbr Ladies, and a tine
assortment of fancy soaps.of all deseriptions.
J. S. GRIFFITH, NI by
Graduate of the University of Pa., offers Itip
professional service it, the 'citizens of Huntingdon
and adjacent country.
REFERENCES : — Aletlicqt faculty pf Univeriiiy
of Pa., Physicians and sur6ons of the Pennsyl
vania Hospital and Dr. Jacoli Hainan. ..
Office, No. 189, Mifflin Street, along with Dr.
Hoffman. May 6, 1852.
Stoves and Ploughs.
A large assortment constantly on hand, and will
be sold twenty per cent, cheaper than can be
bought at any other place.
Alexandria, Jtlne 3, 1852.
IXTASII Rubbers, White Wash Brushes, Cur=
V V ry Combs, Cards, Brushes A Clothes Lines,
Bed Cords, Quilting Cotton, Baskets, Slates,
1 unit Brushes, Hash Tools, and an eildle . ss vari
ety of other goods to nuinerotis u s inenthin, at the
cheap stole of J. BRICKER.
April 22, 1852;
'A !Urge assortment of Candies, Nuts, Figs j
Raishis, Dates, Prunes, Lemons, Oranges, Scotch
Betting, Coca Nuts, ( c.c., &c., iholesale and re.:
tail auk+ cheap store of J. BRICKER.
April 22, 1852:
100 Barrels ground out of White Wheat, ex
pressly for liunily use, for sale at the
lite% of GEO. G WIN. Feb. 12, 1852.
Ab6atitiful assortineiii of Veifs, Linen f/frfs.,
Collars, Cuffs, Bohnet Borders and Artiti
dals—also, Kid, Silk, Lyle Thread and Ciitton
Gloves, and every other article necessary to geese
he taste of the ladies, for sale by
Aptil22, 1852: J. & W. SAXTON.
BUTTER, Eggs, Rugs, Soap, White Soup
beaus, Flour, Grain,Potatoes, Dry Apples,
&c., taken in ii?change tt goods, at the highest
market prices, iit the eh* store of J. BRICK
ER, on Main street, in P. Swoope's old stand.
Huntingdon, April 29, 1852.
111119 best assortment of Summer Goods for
Childrens weir , such as Tweeds and Cotton,
just tificied and for sale by J. &W. SAX ON.
CSugar, Rice, Chocolate, Tea, (Anger,
‘..) Pepper, Cloves, Cinnamon, Allspice . , Tobac
co, Cigitts, Snult; are. &c., for sale at , the new
store of J BRICKER.
IZt°tfa" et Ch:neagd Net Twine Bale by J. NV.AO2.
Agretti‘'iriety of Ladies Slippers, Gaiter Boots
and Shoes, the best assortment in town, for
sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
500 Webe assorted Prints, just arrived and
for sale by J. & W. SAXTON,
Q KARAT, mid othd Wadding Rine,TailE.
vv SAittes. Apr il 15, 1052.
lt/fAltteatefY and Walnut Veneara, for sale
-"X at did new store of
AIMS 4. SHOULDERS
iiciisale at GEO. GWEN'S Store.
T ADIES in want of Parasols cannot fail in lie•
Ling suited calling at J. Parasol`,
VEGETABLE CATTLE POWDER;
BREIXIG, FRON FIELD CO.
The FARMERS, HORSEMEN and DAIRY
MEN ONE and ALL speak in the hithest terms of
BREINIO, FRONEFIELD & CO'S CELEBRATED
CATTLE POWDER and well they may, for in the
last hundred years no discovery has been made
equal in all respects to theirs. It is not only, of
individual interest, but it must in time become.l
great national benefit; in the aggregate it will add
at least one Million of Dollars annually to the
produce of the Country in the increase of MILK,
BUTTER and FAT from the same amount a Thia.
beside the matix,vony BART lives of valuable
animals which it Will save by restoring them to
The YROPRINTORB of this powder have investi
, gated this subject for years. during a long resi
dence in the Country. By closely analysing all
the dilierent secretions of animals, at ALL TIMES
and sEASONS, they are at last amply rewarded by
their wonderful discovery,
Since they have prepared THEIR POWDER and
the Farmers all over the Country far and wide
are using it and praising it up to the skies; some
other persons have got ep n powder in the same
kind of packages and are pAning it otr on the
public. • . ,
They caution therefore all persons against such
imposithms, and advise thqm to buy NONE, NOT A
POUND without it has the written Signature of
BREINIG, FICONEFIELD & Co., on the encl
of.the Pack. The proprietors.are able and prac
tical Chemists and are well acquainted with all
the laws which control the health and nutrition .
V. 13. Do not be imposed upon and allow your
Miniujs to die or linger with disease hecttusit Yost
have fed the wrong Cattle Powder. The §ippa
tura .1313EINIG, FRONEFIE.r. t p,4. ClOk.
is on the Oil of each pack of the genuine Artiele:
For Sat% by TllO. REED & SON, Hunt.
May 27, l 52.
AND JEWELRY STORE.
.7ilLitt . D . TAXlc i
Edmund Snare iu'ibrifis the public that he
has removed his store to .the .corner formerly
occupied by James T. Scott, where he has on
hand, decidedly the LARGYST, cht.trusT and
MOST TASTEFUL stock of WATCHES, Ci,ADCKS and
JEWELRY, ever brought to Huntingdon, which
he can sell at MUCH LOWER RATES than for
merly. Persons wishing articles in Ins line can
be easily suited on account of the largely Meccas
' .ed quantity and variety of his stock.
1W Repairing done in short notice and war
Huntingdon, May 25, 1852.
BEAUTY ! BEAUTY!!
BOOTS AND SHOES.
If anv of your renders want their
both . . . .
feet beautified and protected let me refer
them to the elegant assortment of BOOTS,
SHOES, .GAITERS, &c t , kept by CHARLES
S. BLACK, Esq.,• opposite T. K. Simonton's
Drug Store in Illintingdon. He has on hand ev
ery variety in his line of business. Men, Ladies
and Children can all be supplied at this establish
men/, with the best articles and cheaper than any
Other establishment in the county.
e- Call and see.
Aphil 15, 1852.
Hello, Old Hoes i Where are you coming Co 1
Stand from under, keep your seats, gentlemen,
you shant he hurt—l merely wish to say to all the
world and the rest of mankind that I have at the
Broad Top Depot near the Juniata Bridge, and
will keep for sale HAMS, SHOULDERS,
MACKEREL, SALT, OATS, &c. If you don't
believe me come and see. A. S. HARRISOS:
Huntingdon, April 22, 1852.
DR. R, A. MILLER,
, Artificial Teeth, from one to a "till act, mounted ,
in the most improved modern sijde.
Filling, Filing dnd Cleaning done with care and
Teeth Extrgehyl with all tha ease and despatch
that modern science can furnish.
N: IL A lihctul ticdtielion made on the price
of work done for. persons coming from a distance,'
to defray frarelling expenses,
Huntififtdon, March 25, it 552.
MOUNT UNION HOTEL.
ABRAM LEWIS respectfully informs his,
friends and the travelling public, that he has taken
the above house at MOUNT trrtox, Huntingdon
County, and assures all those who may favor him
with their custom, that no pains.will be spared to
render satisfaction. Baggage taken to and from
the Rail Road station, and conveyances furnished
at all times, to persons going to Milnwood Acad
emy& Shirleysburg, Orbisonia, &e.
'Union, April 22, 1852.
The subscriber, having taken the large foUr sto
ry brick Hoter;tormerly the "Washington," kept
by Mr. ThOhms Wallace, is refitting the same for
public aCcOMmodation. This Hotel is situated
within a few yards of the Railroad stati',n, and is
one of the most eligible in the place. The sta
bling is extensive, and the location pleasant.—
Every attention will be given by the proprietor
to promote the comfort of guests.
April 15, 1352.
S. L. GLASGOW.
A7'7'OliNEY A7' LA W;
Will attend to all business entrusted to his care.
He will make collections, draw Deeds,Bonds,
Mortgages, &c.., and state Administratora, Exec
utor's, and thiardiiin'lAccounts on thd most rea
Office in porsey's brick row, opposite the res
donee of Dr. Henderson, near the Court House.
April 1, 1812".
A. W. BENEDICt
STTORNE 4T L.
infOrins his old friends and the public that he
l liar returned to his old home, and will attend is
all business in his protessibu, entrusted to him,
with thielity and his best ability.
011ie° in Main Street, south side, the list house
below the (out house.
Huntingdtm, Nay 13, 1852.-6 m:
The undersigned respectfully informs their
customers, and the citizens generally of Hunting
doh county, that they still continue the manufac
turing of all kinds at Earthenware of the most su
perior quality and at prices to suit the times.—
They will make a trip by Canal, in the month of
Nay whets they will be able to supply all who
may favor them with their patronage. Sierchantt
May rely on getting an article that cannot faq to
please their customers, anti such as will yield them
a handsome profit. All orders promptly attend
ed to. Address .1. 4. ILATHRWS "&
April 1. 151,2,-11'.