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:S OF 'd'aH Jorwiu.
GREATEST MEDICAL DISCO
VERY OF THE AGE.
Dr. Kennedy, of Roxbury, lin, diAcovered in one
of one conitai.n pastarc wv,nis n remedy
in ati - vte wpm $1,50
'in six immth, after the time of
TIMID air ITIJMUI : ,
th. wom 110 W II to a cannon pimple.
he and of the year 2,110
DMus and fifty rents if not paid till
ration of the year. No subseription
for n less period than six months,
will ho discontinued, except at the
Editor, idler it has went over the
ribing, until the end a that year.
ia ing In distant countie,,or in other
n 3 required to pay invariably in
lfc h a s tried it in over 1100 mates, and never
failed except in two cases, (both tl under tinnier.)
lie has now in his possession ore; two hundred
certificates of its viattte, all within twenty miles
Two bottles are warranted to ewe a nursing
Ire tortms will be rigidly adhered
One to three bottles will core tl e worst kind
of Pimples on the fore.
T o . or three bottles will clear the system or
aged! la the fell,. tag titles
Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst
ease of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles arc warranted to core dl
humor in the Eyes. .
Two bottles are warranted to cure nitilling or
the ears and blotches among the hair.
$25 .$ 371 $ 50
11; 50 75 I (II)
" ) I IS) I 50 200
.18 . ) I 50 255 3111
mlvertising by the Quarter, Ilel
will be charged the following rates
:1 me. 11 mo. IS or
$3 On $5 00 $ll 0
5 00 8 00 _ 12 0
Four to six bottles are wniTinited to cure cor
rupt and mining ulcers.
One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the
Two to three bottles arc warranted to cure the
worst ease of siAgworm.
750 10 00 .15 11
000 14 011 23 11
15 110 25 00 30 11
25 09 40 00 50 C
Two to three bottles nro warranted to cure the
most desperate ease of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to curd the
tits fot• the .lottettal,
A benefit is always experienced from . the first
bottle, and a perleet rare is watrauted when rhe
above quantity is tnkcn.
per,ei . , we havo amminted Agerr
Will) ate 11101101
mmer, I pe.cotcd over a thousand b,i t l os of
this in the vicinity of Boston.. niter the effect
,:r it in every case. sort as water will extin
guish liar, so .'are will. this cure humor. I never
sold a laottle 01' it l'att that sold another; after 0 1
trial it alway s si,calts for itself'. There are two
things 01,otti this herb that appear to me surpri,
; first that it grows in our pastures, in some
places quite plentitul, and yet its value has never
Imes known until I discovered it in 184 e—second
that it should cure all kinds of Immor.
In order to give some idea of the sudden rise
anal great popularity of the discovery. I will
state that in April, 1853, 1 peddled it and sold
. about slx bottles per day—in April, 1854, I sold
°mom: thousand per day of it.
a tti! .• • i.s ii WlllOllOOll.
.• • • . rsq.,
W. Conxi.• Cromwell townsitii
:unsox, CI.Q - township.
.rtunn, Cromwell township.
1100 Penn t f,wnship,
SrEFFEY, Jael.• • ,•
C. WATsos, 11rn1r township,
Inowx, Springfield 10101141 p,
W. IVittrrt 1,00, l'etersburg,
rr.vr, West 11111.1.01,
tm:, MICKLEY. township,
.tilt, 1)111,Iill township,
VI I.R6N, Esq., 'roll township,
or. torte, 1'7.1, Spruce Creek.
Wittotyr, 1 0 .0 q., Union township.
Esq., Cons township.
Wll,OO. Esq., Franklin township.
Ann IVarriorstnat k.
.t. HAN ta, E 54,., Todd township.
1.1 , 11011 SHADE, 1)Liblill toW11:411ip.
UOINAL" has 000 Subscri
[ore, than a n d• other paper
ti'' ANI) 31ECII.\ NICS' FUZE
E AND LIFE IN,;II:ANCE CDM.
I.EvNi(i'S N. w.
C.\ I'IT.II. 5300,1,00.
pr.ny Firo hisnronce on Boil.
Tu all ports in the World.
niranees on Goods by rivers, lakes,
()ad, and land cartiage to all parts of
!ranee imon LIVES, Lyon the most
1:11. Florence .hune4 E. Neall,
Arnnrong, Charles Dingee,
Aliddleton, Ed. R. Illehnhohl.
huhold, F. C. DrewNter,
FLoitENcE, p re ,ideut,
it. 11,..m0t.t), tiee'y
lain ..i' c ianq
S C C 31
RAMMES, CARDS, &C.,
II Kinds of Legal Planks,
7 Magistrates & Others
at Ilw JOE OPFICE.
CLOCES, AND 31:111Mill!
criher, ill:int:Oil to his rrientle atol ve
to the Poltlie their ttn
II continues to t•lrry on et
loore:o.t et All.. C. Ctott's
ivhere he will attend
I favor him with their en,toni, aiiil al•
gO,Ol ,0100,111 01 W.,..1 . :11:14,
1,W1,1.111", eSI.., 1111 or lie it
to sell et low prjoes.
Yawhes and Jewel, of
nt short notice, awl !:;iv hi- mode at
is in Altoona for .tiale,
SALE IN A LTOONA
Illinaysburg and Lboutnne mile 110011•
legheny Furnace, Flair county.
21st day of May, the LOTS in d
be open to the public for sale.
known that t. Peunsylvaniaakd:
parry have selected the place fort he
the mein Al.hine and other Shop
IV bUildin4 the some.
Road wil le opened early in th e Fut.
t once a large amount of 'rude tot hr
ie main inducement at this time in
for sale beim; to secure the reol ti is
lets and Tradesmen, and homes for
lists and other employees of the Roil
nary. Early application will secure
. - -
n• i nformation apply to C. H. MAY
too., or to R. A. McMURTIZI
42 7 --tr
E S ,Indy why
ikttetion and pay extFlikagant prices rm.
FURNITURE? Call at No. I, North
reel, and examine the largest assort
! best made Furnitare and Bedding in
author Beds, Hair, Husk, and Straw
; a largo assortment or fancy Whet-
Tables, marble tops, and Washidands;
1 Mahogany French Tete-a-tetes, Di-
Inies, Bookcases; Tread' Bedsteads;
led Seat, Cane seat, Windsor, and of-
Counting-house, and cane-seat Stoola,
Arm-chair Cnsitions; Cettogo lurid
in every style and color; Solis Beds and
Indesale and retail. and wuranted to
coon, and sold at the lowest prices,
R. DI:MI: I . l,lltililn
ILSON & PETRIKIN,
111 I:0 - 1111111111 ,•1011
11,1, .Allllllll.lllll .111111.11.1 Cl.lll
JUEI►IC.AL ADI ITTISEMENTS.
Piro to eight bottles will care the worst MISO
Sonic of the wittlesale Druggists who have
been in business tweet,. alai thirty years, say
that nothing in the annals of patent medicines
was ever like it. Tin re is a universal praise of
it trent all quarters.
In my own practice I ninny:: kept it strietly for
humors—lint since its intnainetion as a wawa'
family medicine, great and wonderful virtues
have been found in it that f never suspected.
Several eases or epilept tits—itdine ire which
was olways considered inenrythle, Imre been cu
red by n few bottles. 0, what a mercy H . it will
prove chrechtel in nll eases of 0.1[1111.4Ni mal
ady—there are but tor who Intro more of it than
I know of several eases orl)ropsy, nil or whom
ego' 1,e, , p1e eared by it. For the va rim: disea
•ses of the Liver, Si-k Headache, Ilnspcpsin,
Asthma, l' ever mid Ague, Pain in the ;:hdc, Dis
c:toes of the Spine, cant 111111iC1111111y ill diseases
of thu kidneys, Sc., the discovery lots done more
gin2d lota tiny medicine ever kimono.
Nu change . of diet ever nucceturt•—eut the best
you vett get tied enottg!l of it.
llttu:c;to. run - 17,K.—Adults one table
spounral pee day—Children over ten years des
sett spoonful' —Children front tire to eight years
teaspouniall. As no direetions can he applica
ble to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate
on the bowels tn•ice a day.
No. 120 Inirren Sr., Roxbury,
Drurr, General Agent far Pennsylva—
W1,1,01t, .I,Ctit4.—N. Y. City, C. V. CH,:.
ner, nl Mucky Street.—C.ll.lting, 192 liroad•
wov.--.16,111011 & Clark, 275 Broadwity.--A.
it. Sands, 1110 Milton Street.
Fel. stile Ity li. NV. Wellman, NleVeytown; Meg.
Mary .1;11 . 1t . s, Lewistown;
And .I,ents generally.
, i'll aI'I\JI , J , I. , ',Is.-'.,'irfl ;li•ZSilil7/
Issued wilier the seat, sanction and authority
THE UNIVERSITY OF
AND POPULAR KNOWLEDGE. CHAR•
TERED 1;1 " 1'111: sTATE PENNSY L•
APRIL 29, 185:1.
WITII A CAPITAL OP $lOO,OOO,
'AIAINLY 1 , 1)IZ THE PURPOSE 01! MIRES
TING THE EVILS OF ALI
Alse for tinlittrying the Community with relia-
Me remedies wherever a Competent Pliyi.ician
cannot or will net he entployeil,
Irma It, JOHN It. HOITAND, his celebrated
Rowand's Tonio Mixture
Enown for upwards of twenty-lisa years Its
e only sum and sale cure for
FEVER & AGUE &C
.trail hi inestimable remedy for
C(, NIPI..\ INTS. ILI i\\'.lNl)'SsYrt.
111..WKREIZItY 110.1 T,
wi ~,i,r.red and popolnr Rome-
University's Remedy for
Itemotly fur Dyspepsia' or
Tint University's Remedy for Cubtive Bow.
Also the rniversity's Almanac may ho had.
at the liran,:h ])kpensary, or Store or
Swoopc, B unt , CO3, Pit,
e, " to
\-% Bell, +4
& Bre. Mill Creek, "
B. FK .1
. epner, liillintown, Juniata "
Bennet Crawlord,Tliompsontown "
)11V1 . 1.01.121 . , Patters.
1). liiu;_rii•ii & Co. New Ilexieo, •' Joatl.:m Afilton, Cumberland "
V,' S. Prowl:II, New Cumberland 46 "
1.. B. piper,
aw., Weal:lcy, Franklin, Venango
M 'flootivson, Dmicansville,
Ilnya, Franklin Forge,
3lyers, tf 6,
Ily;ton,llcad Cranked Pain 4 4
J. A. hutlitge. IVilliatinhinirg, 4,
. . .
T. F011 , ..20 Lock below"
Rifilolid :I. I,ff cry Yellow Springs,
. . .
heob Alcllity;e, Itlatriinsbirri , ,, 6 , 66
D. Aleaser, Waynesboro, It 44
Al,j.y 4/I 1., 114111illaYd.nrgf 44 41
1:11111, Blti I, .10111141/Wll, Clllllllriti, "
U. Lamberu.on, Franklin, Veining(),
Chas. Him, Lewistown, Munn ‘g
.1. M. Williams. AleVeytown, .. ' ~
.1.11. Smith, Newton llamiltou, i " 6,
P. C. ('reign, "
.1. W. Smith. " .. ~
Stroda, 4r., SPvtlu's Mills
Mary Marks, Lewistown,
A. W. Mi., " cc cc
O. W.lSucluuuut, AleXcut,,wtt, f•
11. linitzer k &,on, Jobuetow•n, Cambria.
3lity 11,, 1855-6 m.
5.,,1t , 1.1 T. I.l.uo‘N N
Attorneys at Law,
nre a:; formerly occupied by John
Now is the time to purchase
FALL &WINTER GOODS
Dave just received from the lar
gest and finest assortment of Dry Goods ever of-
Mred to the citizens of this place, and surround
ing country ; such as Merinos, Alpacas, Muslin
do Lanes, Parannuta Cloth, Persian Cloth, black
and Colored Silks and every variety or Dress
Goods and Trimmings. Also, Cloths, CIIRSIIIP.
ers, Vestings, •
Call and See
one of the finest assortments of Trimmings I)rc't
to this place ; also, Collars, Undersleeves, Chi-
Inazetts, Gloves of every variety, Lodi& Scarfs
and the hest assortment of Shawls ever offered.
A splendid lot of the iineqt Cerpet end Oil Cloth,
or every variety, un l t lie hest assortment in town,
of every description, and at lower prices than
can he goPet an,y other hou,e.
although they are a little up, we will try and sell
as low as the lowest.
HATS Sio CAPS, nowrs & SHOES,
the largest and best a 3 Boltment ever uttered, mid
at lower prices.
Vint/OW WARE, &C.
nod evCry variety of Goods, such Aare usually
hcl3 inn country store. Call and see belbre
purchasing any otl cr place, and it we can't sat
isfy you of the firer, we will cave under.
October 8, 1855.
B e .
t b r e , s .e t
e n i s , szt il tn n c a nt fo o r f
s trle v t ki c x , t o o t n i . ,
`he handsomest assortment of l)o lanes, Per
sian Cloth, Larilht Cloth , lleragc do Lanes,
Penmen° Cloth, awful! wool Merinoes, all wool
de lanes, of the best styles and selected with the
greatest care, for sale by J. &W. SAXTON.
05 owebs assorted Prints, just received and
for sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
, l ri q of Boots In Shoes over
Imiles' Cellars, Undeoleeres, Chimazetts, and
_,Uloces, Trimmings, at J. W..Saxtons.
beautiful lot of hats & Caps, also Silk and
.a.Stray Bonnets, by J. &W. SAXTON.
i g ut r s nz i i i e u t i v ng o s f
, B l z t . .:, 6 1 3 e5 . d2,7 . 1.1,a...., i c . ..
fo a r
A4 , :c e r
E;l7r's Ague Powders, ns
114ofSia l i''e e; ‘1! I °" r ' C'-
icr„,st„testns r :I„„s„sttVl
and for sale by J. & W. SAXTON.
T W. SAXTON will take all kinds of coon.
, try produce in exchange far goods at their
cheap store, south-west corner of Public Square.
A: i i i ip o d r ii s l a n te ss i o ,y rtineut 0ff . ,11 tavvl3.olslllk.;,i,t,rsoc.,(l
If you want to buy good Cheap Goods,
D. I'. Ilwin has just, received from Philadel
phia It large and beautiful stork of
TALL AND WINTER GOODS,
o,ll , i , ting of the most fashimablo Dress Goods,
a. Ladies and Gentlemen, such as French Me
rino.,' Alpacca, Pardinatta Cloth, Peonies Cloth
All Wool de Loins, Fancy do Loins, Debuisn,
Cobings, Black and Fancy Dress Silks, and
Prints or all description. Also, Cloths, Cassi
mrs, plain and limey Cassinets, Vcstings, Sc.
ALSO, a large lot of dress Trimmings, dress
Buttons, nibbunds, Bonnet Silks, Ghwes, Mitts,
Woolen and Cotton Hosiery, Laces, Veils, Un
dersleeves, Collars, Cllmazotts, ltiguletts, Silk
Bonnets, and it variety of Dress Goods too nu
merous to mewl..
Flannels of all kinds, Linseys, Woolen Table
Covers Shawls, Comforts, bleached andunblea
ched Alnslim, Ticket:, Cheeks, Ginghams, &e.
Groceries ofall hinds, Hats & Caps,
Boots and Shoes, Oil Cloths,
Buckets, Tubs, Baskets, and all goods usually
kept in a country Store.
My old cmtomers, nod as many not ones as
con crowd in are respectfully requestg to come
and examine my goods
All kinds of Country produce taken in ex
change fur goods, at the highest market prices.
October 3, 1855.
SHADE GAP, HUNT. co,
THE present session of this Institution will
dose on Wednesday, October 3d. The ex
hibition will take place in the evening. The ex
amination the week previous. These exercises
the public generally are invited to attend. The
next session will Commence the lust Wednesday
of October. The institution is located at Shade
Gap, a quiet and retired place, free from all
temptation to rico, idleness or dissipation. The
location is II healthy ono, being situated among
the mountains. It is entirely free from the nui
sances so common along our rivers and so destruc
tive to health.
Tito course of instruction is such ask.kas been
found by experience most suitable for expanding
and d veloping the powers of the mind. The
student is early taught to rely upon himself, to
think, to reason, and investigate the adherent
subjects whirls are in•ought hint. The govern
ment is strict but mild, only requiring wha t is
for the student's highest good. Around him is
thrown, as fin• as practicable, the restraints and
cotnfot is oft well legulated Christian ilOlll.
Shade tiup, is situated 17 miles from the Mount
Union station ot' the Pennsylvania hail Ilona,
from which place there will he u line of stages.
TERMS—SSO per session of live months, this
includes tuition, room-rent and board. Wash
ing, light and fuel extra. For huller particu
W. 11. WOODS, Principal.
Shade Gap, Sept. 20, 1855.-3 m.
Cinunberoburg & Mt. Union
STAGE LINE REVIVED
r r " tr . o u l l it " o si f g tit ' a l age a s wa oTer th l t o a ro sl ard Pi Z i ti ° v n ec o „ f
Chambersburg and Mt. Union, cannot be but
disadvantageous to a large section to the country
has, at considerable expo. and trouble, made
arrangements to run a lino of Stages Tri-weekly
between thu two points. Good Horses and com•
fumble Stages have been placed on the rotate,
and experienced and trusty drivers will superin
tend the running of the Coaches. The proprie
tor of the lino is desirous that it be maintained,
and ho thorelano radii ripen the public generally
to patronise it. conaiihnit that it will be for their
mutual advantage. Every attention necessary
will begiven, and the running of the Stages will
C,-,!;'Stages leave Mt. Union, every Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday evenings, arriving at
Chimiliersbarg the next day at 2 o'clock. Re
turning, leave Chambersburg the same night at
lii ii'cluck, arriving at Mt. Union early the fol
lowing evening in time Mr the Cars. Stages
ca „,, at shirloyslaurg, lirbisoniu, Shade lisp,
Ii arc; Cabins ' Vannettsburg, Horse Valley,
Strasburg and Keecer's store.
itsirFarethrough k•:1,014 to intFrmedintepoints
OTICE is hereby given to all persons inter
ested that the undersigned appointed attili
,tor, by the Orphans' Court to distribute the bal
ance ot said estate remaining in the bawls of
Hance It. Campbell, Adin'r., will attend for the
purpose at his tam, on Thurmlay the 20th of
December, 1855, at 10 o'clock, A. bl., and thus
at that time and place they arc required to pre
sent their claimsto die undersigned or be de
barred beta coming jo fur a share of such assets
JAMISON KELLY. lur liatlance. A. V. BENI:Dar,
Nov. 28, 16r6. It. A utl Rev.
l'IIILAI)F.1,1 1 111.1 A 111 . F.ItTISt;111:NTS,
IVIACHIN 1 , , SHOP
• MILL STONE, -
1 1,1111 - li .Y,:iliblrCill',Y.
Corner of Germantown Road and New Market
Streets : on the North Pennsylvania Rail Road,
Constantly on hand ur made to otder, the fol
lowing highly approved Flour Mill Machinery.
Woodward's Patent Portable Mills and Stout
Johnston's Patent Iron Concave Bran Incl
Stover's Patent Fuel Saving Corn Kilns.
Phtrson's Patent Barrel Hoop nod Moulding
• Improved 'Bridge Steps and Bushes for Mill
1 The best Anchor Brand Bolting Cloth Burr &
Calico Mill Stones. Corn, Cole and Plaster
ALSO SOLE OWNER OE
Johnslon , s Patent Cast !tidal Con-
lirrilfl 9 l l l2,
East and Sotah-East of the Ohio and ,M.ississip.
. . . _ .
Warranted to tali° out of the offal of every
Ground, from l to 21 Its, or standard
flour, which could not be bolted out on accouut
or the electrical adhesion to the Bran.
NOTICE :-1 hereby warn all persons against
infringing my rights, secured by Letters Pa
tent as above, as 1 will proseeut, all pereous
making, selling, or using any Bran Dusters
with an Iron or Cast Metal Concave in vie-
lotion of the Letters Patent of Joseph Jelin
stun, dated April 24th, 1854.
TDOMAS R. WOODWARD, Proprietor.
N. B.—State and County Patent Rights for
all the above Machines fur Sale.
August 29, 1855. tf
BOOKS ! BOORS I
30,000 ',.`„"t'ir,el, l .Er'schfliir t :cir.: 4 0
subscriber is happy to inform his numer
ous friends and customers that he has added
very largely to his already extensive and varied
stock of new and popular books—and can row
boast us groat ajuriety at the SUMO low prices
as the City Book Stores. His STATIONARY
is of great variety and well selected, via t Fan
cy and Plain Note Letter and Cap paper and
Envelopes. Gold Pens and Silver Holders
from $1 upwards, Pon and Pocket KUIVOK, Part
Mummies and Pocket- Books, Ink and inkstand.
Razor-strops and Brushes. &c.
School Books in quantities to country merch
ants and leachers at City wholesale prices.—
Wrapping paper constantly on hand.
1000 PIECES WALL PAPER of every
kind, Window Paper nod painted
Shade, with Putnaues Patent Sell-Adjusting
Curtain Fixtures. All the above at Phila. ru
_Fall and examine, "I endeavor to
• please." Store on Railroad St. Huntingdon,
I'B. WM. COLON.
Oct. 17, 1855.
Birmingham Bunt hagdon Co., Pa.
TI -11.1 winter Term of this Institution will
open Wednesday October 31st.
Instruction given in all the branches requisite
to entering College advanced. IVe are also
prepared to accommodate any who may wish
to give attention to the ornamental brunettes;
in itMlition to these we design giving prominence
to tie study of Architecture.
Sons of ministers and young me. who have
been engaged in teaching and desire to lit them
selves more thoroughly for that station are ad
mitted free of Tuition.
Tuition, Ronal nod Furnished room $60,00
per scssicn—pcsablc strictly one bolt in ad
vance, the other nt the middle of the term.
THOMAS WARD, Principal,
THOMAS SCOTT, Assistant.
Oct. 10, 1855.-3 m.
Botletikainer on the Piles.
Practical Observatiuns on some of the Disea
ses of the Rectum, Anus, and *Continuo. Tex
tures—giving their'Nuture, Seat, Causes, Symp
toms Consequences, and Prevention ; especial
ly ithressed to non-medical leaders. By Win.
Botlenlitinter, M. D. Second edition with plates
&e. Bvo. $2. J. S. REDFIELD,
Nov. 7, 1555. No. 34, Beekman st.
t c TA. 0 raAcrirTio
Fur the cure of Whim Sadlings—Curvatureof
the spine ; Dyspepsia ; Neuralgia ; Itheutnie
tism ; Disease of the kidneys, Dvitria, Womb,
&e., &c. A book accompanies each machine,
giving full instructions in the application of it
in tubercular and scrofulous diseases. Mann.
fnitured and fur sale by W. c. & Not; N os
Southlth Street, l'hiMilclphia, Ca.
Septumber 6, 1;05.
• - - • --
H, ROM IN
A GOA AS,pfiTMENT
eirNSISTING Or AU. KINI.S OF
CQATS, PANTS, VESTO I
And otlter articles of gentlemen's wear.
October 3, 1855,
CAN CLOTIIINII AT WIII , LESALE,
AS CHEAP AS IN THE CITY, AT
RONAN'S CLOTHING STORE.
All kinds, cheaper than elsewhere, at
11. ROMAN'S CLOTIIINCI STORE
Dr. John McCulloch,
oniters his professional services-to the citizens of
11untingdon and vicinity. °dice, Mr. Iliadic
brand's, between the Exchange and Jackson's
ifuntingdon,Ang. 29, 1895.
WAS 184.108.40.206:&C 2101 S
Collectors aro hereby notified that the Com
missioners will meet on the first Monday in De
cember next, to give thorn their exonorations on
Militia Fines. According to a late Act or As
sembly no exonerations fur said tines'cun he giv
en after that time. By order of Commissioners.
11. W. 1111.LBE, Clerk.
Nov. 22, 1855.
Estate of James Campbell, late of Shirley
$1 000. -- 1. TWO
Cemlidrie :—Why is it that the Ex-Gone rn,
of Maryland, a1,,0 the President of one of the
Bunks at Frederick City, urged the Doctors there
to procure it? Why has a large cash order
this week come trom such men as Messrs. Peel
& Stevens, wholesale Druggist', of Alexandria,
Va . and by the very next mail, an order, (the
third time in our weeks) from Sir. Pierpoint,
nod from Messrs. Cook & Co. of saint place .
and by tho very Same mail it Co.,
Messers. Hopper & Wilmer of Centreville, Md.,
(where a short time since such an 'excitement
sprung up from some remarkable cures mule
there by Prof. C. DeUrath's (genuine) Elec
tric Oil, rrum 39 South Eighth Street, Philadel
phis, a few doors south of Chesnut street 1 How
is it that the editor of Erie Observer, was ca
red in two days ut rheumatisms in his bark of
three yours' duration ; and Mr. Brady, of Har
risburg of Paralysis I Why and how was it cant
the other day Mr Oeorge Weis, 327 Eager street
Baltimore, two doors from St. James , church,
was cured of palsied hands of long standing ,
also the late case of a lady in Philadelphia, ea
red of spinal curvature, and another of Prolup
sus Ctori, a complete, radical mire? Ask then[.
Why to such men us Mesrs. U. N. & W. 11.
Williams, wholesale Druggists, of Syracuse N.
Y., write, August :loth. that—"your Electric Oil
proves more beneficial than any other prepara
tions we have ever heard of," &e.
Yours, G. N. &W. ll.WlT.t.t.tms.
Why has Joseph Osborn. Esti., of Auburn,
written, now the third time that "Prof: De-
Grath's Electric Oil is selling very Fast, and
making great cures never before accomplished
here I" Why dill John Rita, Esti:, send, the
21 inst., a gold dollar in to letter from Double
Bridges, Vs., for a bottle. on the recommenda
tion of Wui. Arvin, Esti., of the same place
who putt some a short time since for the (lout,
and was curcdf Why is it that every one speaks'
of it as "a wonderful emotive," and is this not
the real cause ()future selling at retail, in Phile-
delphia alone, than in sold of Dr. .I:nyne's moll
vines, or five of any others l IVlty in it that a
Physician of large practice used it on the para
lyzed limbs of his boy, atter using everything
else) Simply because the genuine "Electron,
Oil," from the office of Prof. DeGrath, effectu
ally cures paralysis. Why and how is it that
over $5OO has been sold in Washington, D. C.
during about six weeks, and over $lOOO worth
1 in Baltimore in the 8111110 titer 1 Why do Messrs
I Morris & Cu., of York, Pa., (one of the finest
Drug houses in the State,) and John Wyeth,
Esq. ' of Harrisburg, Pa., sell so much, when
they have any quantity of all sorts or other
medicines right by the side of the "Electric
Oil?" Simply because nothing else will answer
the purpose that the Oil (lOC, Let the skepti
cal ask the numerous cases of Monist hopeless
I patients, if anything could be wore agreeable
in use, or more etrectioil in its results—some af•
ter Ito ring expended hundreds of dollars on va
riot's former treatment, with nothing but din
: couragement and despair fur their trouble. Why
is it that other medicines have advertisements
pjle.l up 011.111 high, in all the papers while
Professor De Orath's 'Electric Oil' is only nu-
I•ticed at a elude expense not to exceed
$2O a day? Why is it that two phy,ieians are
daily employed iu the office, applying the (gen
eine) .'Electric Oil".to patients afflicted with
'letter, Palsy (and it is warrented rot thi,).—
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Ileadsiche.(ll,l Sores .
and Bruises, Wounds Cuts, Sprains nod loin
, ries, Sore Breast tut,l side ; also all kinds cf
painful complaints. Although a core is war
, rented. yet not more than one bottle hits ever
been returned ; and that was a case of total
deafness, of 16 years' standing. Of course nn-
tine could nut restore such n ease, with winder
en help. .
N. 11.—An educated Doctor always in ntten
dance. and ladies may, if they desire it consult
with a lady by dropping a line to the office of
41, PIM, C. DEORATit,
311 S. Eighth street, Phila.,
3 doors South of Chesnut at.
Price. 50 cis, 75 cts., and $L••'
I'. S.—Five &liars reward will lie paid for the
arrest ail IoW scaup, a Jew twiner, who copied,
011 it dirty sheet, some of Prof. 1)c Grath's bills;
and us the originals are copyrighted, he is liable
to the law.
Remember the No., 39 S. Eighth st., Phiana.
Thomas Head & Sun, Huntingdon, Hunt. Cu.
IL Barnwell, Montgomery, Blair co., W. G.
Murray, Hollidaysburg, !flair co., Condrun &
McCoy, Framkstown, Blair en., J. H. Humor &
Co., Watcrstreet. Hunt. co., Wm. Moore, Alex
andria, hunt. co.
Sept. 26, 1855.
Of Valuable Real Estate
rrilmsai.W;ii;;;ll;s his ;;;11-17,7,;Ti..vern
Stand Property, on Hay's Hill, Fulton Co.
Pa., at private Sale, with nil the land belonging
thereto, being 3.113 ACRES of patented hind,
103 acres of which is cleared and under good
fence. The improvements men large
Franie Tavern Stand;.
a good large Stable, sufficient to accommodate
eighty horses, Granary, Corn Crib, Wagon shed
and all other necessary out buildiugv, and an
exec Ilent orchard of choice fruit—a never fail
ing stream of water at the door, find several
rood livingsprings indifferent parts of the land,
There an. also OIL this property Two -111.1
The alio, is Duca flit best known Tavern
Slands on the build, and the place is in a high
state of cultivation, and well adapted for pas
lle also offers for sale the Fares adjoining the
above, on which he at present resides one half
mils. south of the Tavern property, containing
SOO ACHES of good limestone land, 511
acres of which is cleared under fence, in at geed
state of colt.ivotionond tho bAtuee well limber
The improvements are good new
Two-Story IVeather-Boarded llottbe,
Book Barn, Spring House, Wash House, and
other out buildings, a first rate orchard of good
fruit, a good spring close to the house, and ne
ver failings springs of water in every field.
There are also on this tract a good
Limo Kiln, and several excellent (peril., and
an good a ocation for a Tan-I'W as could ho
desired, with plenty at' hark convenient. There
non also There good Tenant Houses on this
plaanial two other good horns.
This is uno of Mc best stock farms in the
country, and offers peculiar inducements to any
Person who desires to raise cattle, Sic.
lle eiii sell in irantities to suit purchasers,
and any one wishing to make a bargain would
do well to examine the above properties beibre
Torns trade to suit purchasers.
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THE subscriber offers for note n tract of land ' only to please. Ili , :hi •ch c ,, nsi•ts of r
Sitirnie in Holder:ion township, Huntingdon Pry Goods, Hardware.
county, bounded by lambs of Peter Swoope, John
McCartney's heirs, and others, contabungl X 9.... Q !rt . , &SHOES, A A
115 and one-half Acres, C A P S .
about 110 acres arc elenred mid in a goodslate I Glass & Queensware
of cultivation, the balance being well timbered. a large and splendid assortment of rco
...... The improvements .• • !
At,_ .-"")., me ft good LOG CLOTHING,
fP 0---- II 0 usE, a NEW • ''''' ' ' whi .1 In is nrc I —WI lots to.
. pure, to sell in
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assts, JOHN HUYE'I
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ORCHARDS and a never-failing SPRING of ' for goods.
water near the house. This form is situated Niuurscille, Nor. 7, 185.1.—tr.
six miles from the town of Huntingdon. - ----
'terms will be made easy to snit purchaser. 3. 11". Tll, O l 0151'0A
AN 1) itEw AI:Llso N. Air
October 31, 1835, tl.
I'EItRYSVILLE c0.1f111.,1 ()NEU FOR
ANI) Htsveuport s
rillillet tslbtirg stage) Attends to buying, selling and locati
and laud warrants, pays taxer, loans
AV ILL LEAVE PERRI'S y11.1.E , Real Estate security, on commission,
Monday', an d i and makes abstract; of title, he. Ant
intrusted, trill be attended te promptb:
Returning will loans FANNETTSBURG on fidelity.
Tuesday, Thursday and ;Saturday Mornings. Refer to 111 n. Geo. :or and :11e,
connecting with the Express 'frains east aim L" Ilunting'inn•
west in the morning, and the Mail train in the ' 853 • -
rc , .y i,en that the pn
DISSOI.III . I4IN OF PARTNEIESIIII!., between the at
The Partnership licrebillir•• existing between
the midersigneil, matted
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'wreath,. lie John I 1 th• „,.., , „
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nt the retail
pt•l•sons. by 1011,11.
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nq Ilnrlir litaley . a. Pathan
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orders addre,s,l to lltt•ni \sin I,
le usual nursery priees. Tern, (2
Nov. 28, '55.-4t.
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Hats, boots and shoe,
Ready Mate Clothing always
Lvcrything that. is usually
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