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Forever float that standard sheet,
Where breathes the for but fallsbefore us,
With Freedom's soil beneath our feet,
And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us!"
We have concluded to issue a '.Cam.
paign Journal" frout the lst of July to the
21st of October. We do this through the
solicitation of numerous friends. The
terms wilt be ten copies to one address, five
dollars, payable in advance.
Como friends to humanity, come free •
men and boar a hand in the righteous
cause of freedom, in spreading the groat
principles of liberty. The Journal is the
only paper in the county which is not sold
to the interests of tho slave-driver.
RECOVERED.—Capt. Dori has recover
ed his home.
THE FOURTH.—The only demonstration
in this place on the 4th M . July, will be by the
Sabbath Schools. It we're in town we hope
to be able to "make a note on" the proceed
11A.RVESTING.—We anderstand that aom'•
farmers in the northern part °ratty county com
menced nutting their grass last week. Tit:,
week all our farmers will wheel into line, and
commence active operations in the fields.
CORN.—Many of our farmers have had to
plant their corn over two and three times this
season. The weather has been very unfavora
ble, for corn, and it by no means looks well-
We hope it may torn out all right in the end,
and gladden the heart of the husbandman.
POLITICAL—The political fraternity in
this section has been in a state of fermentation
since the nomination of Col. Fremont by the
American Republican National Convention.
The Democracy tremble at the name, and well
they may, for Huntingdon County is safe fur
five hundred majority fur Fremont. We have
the tooct flattering news from all parts of the
county, and are asinred by intelligent and' in.
fluentiat men that the feeling is spreading, and
the messes ore wheeling into the Fremont pits
I:tnx. Old mother Huntingdon will never co
dorse proalavery fanaticism, and'es a fixed fiee.t
will give John C. Fremont a good old fashion.
rd majority. So awahc freemen, pet on your
A PUBLIC BATH llol:sa—We hrae
ti c l with some degree of pride hew attentive
and how ready the proprietors door ice cream
sales are to tickle the palatnt of n warm, ti
red 'tad dusty customer, with n dose of their
sOrkin i r, refreshments, but we have
of,en wondered why no person had been ener•
getie enough to fit up a public bath house to
accommodate that rortioti of humanity wlm are
oweltering under the Sumlner's heat, and to
whom n bath would be more refre,hing than
a waleviee. There are a great ninny who feel
an inclination to take a daily bath, for the dos
ble purpose of cleanliness and refreshment.—
With the inclination. unfortunately, there rue
no means of gratifying it. While many eiti•
zees have bath houses attached to their dwel.
sings, and are enabled to haltOr in ablutions
at their pleasure, there are still bun hods who
are not so fortunately situated in this respect,
and who would if it were started in the Born',
liberally patronize a well kept. bathing estab•
lishment. It certainly singular that some
enterprising individual has not, ere this, open•
ed a both house here. That it would be afro.
titable investment, we can entertain no doubt
The question then is, shall those who now feel
she absence of it, soon have the opportunity of
patronizing such an establishment ? We hope
WEATHER GO6SIP.—With the mercury
hovering loviegly over its memories of '9i, like
an friibutan who reveres the name of Emmett
—with the one pouring a flood of molten brass
over the arch of the sky—with an imminent
danger in prospect of Wing baked alive, as if
we were pent in a regular kiln, with eternal
enppingof ices that boil ere they reach their ab
domineldestination, with a shirt collar in ruins
and a handkerchief liken waslerag—the ir.di
,;,binl who could be gay deserves a niche be
the indomitable Fvemout, who could sta.
dy Blackstone ou the Rocky Mountains, with
snow forty-feet deep around bite. We are net
heroic, but very mortal, and as wo feel ourself
gradually oozing away, we earnestly begot our
friends to remember our particular grease spot
upon the sidewalk, when diet will be all that
remains. Oh I Jack Falstaff, now, indeed,
wouldst tlen'. "lard the lean earth," and send
L• futth many a plaintive call fur sack. Spore
men ~aottl.l foll upon their knees. But even
they ban, ,otufort now, alone, in their lean ri b ,,
in the mitemplation of the Fat Woman, and
•11 reading of Daniel Lambert. In such wea
ther as this we are irresistibly driven to eoneid
our finality, when we shall not "gather the
pery of our couch about us and lie down to
'mutant dreams," but taking unto ourselves
!ie example of the mud, shall gently ooze a.
Schoolmaster Needed.—A sign over a shoa
Ether's door, not ten miles Iry town, hears
"bates and shuoa rairpairod
also ii.gee ruber souls
put on old butes and sh uea.
plantin and hoing dun by
the 8 a:scriber by the day
laing stun wal ditto."
4.2 r. The three "American" journals in N
hire—the Concord Reporter, the me
I organ'of Governor Metcalf, the Mooches
' American, and the Portsmouth Ballot--
, all durlared for Fremont.
gar Hum for Fremont and "Young Arno
Ser John C. Frenvnit's father WU6 a French
tY' Gen. l'ersifer F. Smith has beenorder•
ed to Kansas.
S We have received a fine engraving of
the attatk on Sumner by bully Brooks.
g Judge McLean was horn in Morris co.
New Jersey, in 1785. He is therefore seven
tyone years of age.
ger Messrs. Orbison, Dorris iceo., shipped
their first load of coal from their colliery on
Monday of last week.
Afar Thomas Johnston, of ITollidaysberT,
formerly Sheriff of this county, diedon Sunday
of last week, aged 71 years.
"Going Down—The Juniatn."—Globe.
Ditto—Lager Beer down the throat of the
flfir A member of Congress from lowa has
received the following letter from a constituent:
"Balsam's Ass spoke once—can't you ?"
ter It must be refreshing to the old Whigs
of the county so hear their old principled eon.
deroned by the renegades of the "American."
"Lewis lays some claim to respectability."—
Journal of 18111
But his claims are not noticed by the respec•
table portion of our community.
le' The Independent Democrat, Waukegan
Mich., has taken down the name of Buchanan
since he endorsed the Cincinnati Platform, and
will support Fremont.
tar The Lancaster Independent Whig, 1..1
the Pottsville Journal, which have hitherto
,iimiorted Fillmore. lace now rar I , p tho Pro.
moot trod Dayton (L g.
ger At a meeting , of the Fillmore National
American Club, of New, York, bold on Satur•
day evening, they resolved unanimously tojoin
the Republican cense,
Strange Brents.,—An exchange records the
marriage of John M. Strange and Elizabeth
Sil'imge, as a dranye event. The next event
will probably be a Wile dranyer.
Attention Buchanan Jfcn I—All of yuit who
have any "Democratic blood in your veins."
are hereby ordered t 3 repair to the surgeon,
awl have it "let out." This order is irnpera.
ra" Our article of a week or sn ago, pm
pears to have been as disttgrecab:e as a dose
of arsenic to the Rat of the Globe. We are
bound to drive him from his dishonest ways,
or from the profession. We will that.
trer A. tomahawk was found near Hopewell
Bedford county, a few days since, by workmen
oti the Broad Top Railroad, at a depth of see.
enty feet from the surface, which, from its an
tiquated appearance, is considered quite a cu-
rag- We barn front the Tyrone Democrat
dirt Michael Dan Maga!an has went over be
dy 0:01 breeches, to the D,mocraey. Weil, let
him went. if he chooscs to tylerie we see
no reason to lament ; although Michael Dan
ig 0 "good egg."
lar"Can the Journal support Fremont?'
The cunich of the Globe asks that. if Pre.
moat is a Catholic, dare the eunieh and his lit
Ue d ec k oppose hint 7 N'o sir ree. It is the
hest evidence in the world that Fremont is not
a Catholic that the Jesuit , of the Globe do not
geir We loom from the Milwankie Sentinel
that all the land offices in Wisconsin have boon
closed until the lands granted for railroad put
poses shall have boon selected. The land of
lives in lowa have also been closed, so that the
Territory of Kansas is the only spot where the
tiller of t h e soil can tom his stops:
Sei"'The exhibition of St. Francis Amide.
my, Loretto, Cambria co., will take place in Ju•
ly. The public are invited by the Franciscan
Brothers. '—Hunt. Globe.
The ennieh will appear there in the charac
ter of n monk—ey, and discourse on the hest
inventions of torture fOr Protestant Americans.
"No man, who will subscribe for the Globe,
will ever be struck with thunder."—Globe.
But he would be struck with the idea that ho
had been taken in. Jove would never hotor
a man a "thunder" stroke who would subscribe
to that little shoot. The thunder would roue
from the other side of the fence.
"Mum—Gabe nu the perjurer questiou."—
/r t. Globe.
Exactly so ; and for three reasons : Ist, Wo
prefer deciding that, in the next Quarter Sea.
glens. 2d, We don't choose to bandy words
with a man (?) who owes his present freedom
to executive clemency. 3d, A pardoned con•
vict is not worth our notice. So, Mr. Munich,
we expect you to fill Betsey's room next Court.
SS They are gettimr excited in Pittsburg
about a Catholic abduction case. Mrs. Chow
hers, ormerly of Chester Co., a Pro , stant,
married a Catholic, who is since 'dead, i ing
ono child. The mother married a seem d time
and to a Protestant. The couple rest ed to
etniggrte, when on reaching A Ileghen y City
I the Ails is nhd,ete'l by 'tw" • '
These aomen, the tuJth, • :.••
I; offered to "buy" the ehil t.
efie"Tho "talking man - wishes us to inform
the factions that ho is stilton the fence. Which
bids for his 4orvices ?"—llent. Globe.
Nobody. Who would want the services of
a creature who would write the slang editorials
of a sheet like the Globe, and pretend to be uu
American ? "Who bids for his services" in.
deed ! Out upon him. You have brought
your animal to the wrong market, eunieh.
Rale.—lt does not come with a very good
grace front the publishers of the Globe and
American, to talk of "ratting." We could cite'
innumerable instances where the eunieh has
went so far as to disgust the advertiser. The
American is too deeply run to ream to merit
a notice. The policy of those honorable—God
save the mark—men, appears to be work for
nix and 1/0 roast beef. The eunich will print
anything in his apple•butter Bxlo for a drink.
His uniform rate is 3 rt., for all sdverti: enteu.,
AD OINISTIIATOIPS NOTICE.
ETTERS of Administration have been gran.
tcd to me upon the estate of Robert Gra•
ham, late of Dublin township, deed. All per.
sons indebted to him will make payment, and
those having claims present them to
JOHN APPLEBY, Adm'r.
Dublin Tp., June 18, 's6.—tit.*
THE G coda in Col. °WIN'S Store are selling
out L f retail al cost, and they will be sold
below cos!, and upon time to nny one who will
buy tho whole stock or a large part of it.
JOHN SCOTr, Assignee.
June 1 1,16.-4 t.
CARRIAGE & WAGON
AI AN UFA.O
I WEN BOAT, thankful for past favors, re-
Uspectfully informs the public in general that
he is prepared to manufncture at his shop on
Washington street, on the property lately and
for many years occupied by Alex. Gannon,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKAWAYS,
and in short every kind of vehicle delired.—
Rockaways and Buggies of a superior manufac
ture and finish always on hand and for eale at
Repairing of allOriuds done at the shortest no
tice and most reasonable terms.
Huntingdon, May 28,1850.-Iy.
DEPARTMENT OP COMMON SCHOOLS
UARR7BBCIIO, May 10, 1836.
hi, School Directors :
Decision No. 11, on page 56 of the Pamphlet
copy of the "School Law and Decisions," does
not correspond with the general practice over
the State, and is also fouud to be erroneous to
some extent as a matter of law, inasmuch as it
improperly exempts "trades, occupations and
professtons," of a less value than two hundred
dollars, from taxation for School purposes. It
was so regulated to corresponkwith the Scat,
tax ou occupations, but the 29th and 90th sec
tions of the School Law adjust the School tax
to the County as well as State tax •, and as oc•
cupations 'under two hundred dollars are not
exempt truss taxation for County purposes, it
follows so a necessary consequence that they
are liable to taxation fur School purposes. Ilto
variour acts of Assembly, with regard to Coon.
ty b., are exceedingly obscure and unintelligh
hie with regard to the manner of assessing the
, tax on occupations ; but the soundest rule of
practice to be gathered from them will be for
Directors to assess "occupations" fur School
purposes at such rate per cent., as she necessi
ties of the District may require, not exceeding
thirteen mills un the dollar, except where the
tux at the rate thus fixed would not amount to
fifty cents, in which case it should be fixed at
that specific sum, according, to the proviso to
the 30th section of the School law.
Where the duplicate has already been made
out, Directors recall and amend it according
the instructions contained in this circular. The
other, tax decisions in the Pamphlet copy of
the S host Law conform to the acts of Assent
lily and decisions of the court.;, and a, to Is!
received as authority by Directo,..t.
It C. HICKOK,
A New Assortment Just Opened !
And will be sold 30 per cent.
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST!
HROMAN respectfully in'orrns his ensto
, niers and the public generally, that ho has
just opened at his store-room in Market Square,
Huntingdon, a splendid now stock of Meetly
eloiliing for Spring and Summer
which he will sell cheaper than the same quality
of Goods can be purchased at retail in Philadel
phia or any other establishment in the country.
Persons wishing to buy Clothing would do
well to call and examine his stock before purcha
IE4 ate of Robert ;:per, deed.]
ORMANS , COURT SALE.
By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court
of Huntingdon county, there will be exposed to
public sale in Caseville, on Saturday the 28th
day of June nest, the one undivided half of a
tract of Coal Land situate on Broad Top, llun•
tingdon Coni,ty, containing
more or less, known as the Rhode's Tract,
Teams—Cine.third of the purchase money to
he paid on confirmation of sale at the August
Court tbllowing,and tho remainder in two equal
annual payments, with interest, secured on the
property in the usual manner.
1). CLARKSON, 'Trustee.
R. BAIRD, R. I,
J. HUDSON, N. D.
DRS. BAIRD & HUDSON,
Having entered into copartnership will be plea.
s..d to attend to any business of their profession.
J. n. LUDEN, M. D., Hunthmt
L , L) IV ER, M. D., Newton Hamilton.
J. SHADE, M. D., Shade Hap.
J. H. WISTHODE, M. D., Marklesburg.
June 4,1836.-4 m.
LOOK AT THIS FIGURE!
At Rowan's Dtammoth Clothing Store, you
Linen Coots for S 7 Cents,
Stnniner Pants for SI Cents.
Summer Vests for S 7 Cents.
Ambrotypes Os Daguerreotypes.
E PRETTYMAN respectfully informs.
• the public that ho is now prepared to take
Daguerreotypes, and Ambrotypes on glass, put
up in siuglu or double MOM at the
I)BRSONS h..ving accounts against Thomas
r Todhunter wt'l please pre6uut them to Jas.
Cron, near Burnt t , abins.
WHAT A RUSH!
HE is now selling his large and splendid no
Goods at Cost.
For Gentlemen's wear, consisting of Cloths,
Black and Blue ; Black Cassitner, Satinets,
Table Diaper, Kentucky bans, Tweeds,
Summer Cloth, Linen Pocket I lundherchiei,
for ladies nod gentlemen, Silk ITandk,,liief,,
Satin and Grenadine Vestings, Mannino ar.d
A largo lot of Gloves and Hosier for ladies
A good assortment of Silk Good—Black,
from 50 cents to $1,25 ; Colored, from 75 cents
to $l. -
No. I extra Moleskin Hats tor $3,75.
A large stock of Hardware, Queen:mare and
A splendid stock of •
Ludies , Dress Goods,
Such as Baran De Lance, De Berge, Alpacup,
Musline, Cambric and Swiss, spotted and figur
ed ; Black Silk Laces, Edgings and Ineertings,
Black Silk and Cotton Nettin and Bohinet,
Silk and Cotton Blonde, tind is variety of Bonds
of every kind.
A large lot of Summer Wear fur men and
of which will he sold at prices be.
pond all competition.
.BROAD TOP HHOUSE•
VX jould respectfully inform the public
VV that he has fitted up the Broad Top
House, on Allegheny Street, and is now 11 .11
prepared to entertain all who may favor hint
with their patronage, in au unobjectionable
The house has been furnished in a style not
surpassed by any euablishmeutel the Borough.
Ills table will always he supplied with the sub.
stantials and delicncies of the season, In a
word, no pains will be sphred to male this
house a first class hotel, and nothing left un
done to render its guests comfortable and hap
His Bar is furnished with the choiee.t liquors.
NEW WHOLESALE DRUG STORE.
N SPENCER THOMAS,
No. 26. South Second Street, Philadelphia..
ymport er, Manufacturer,. and Dealer in Drags,
ACIDS, DYE STUFFS, PAINTS, OILS,
COLORS, WHITE LEAD, French
und American White ZINC,
Glassware, Varnishes, Brushes, Instruments,
Ground Spices, Whole Spices, and all other
article's usually kept by Druggists, including
Borax, I,.digo, Glue, Shellac, Potash, dc.,
All orders by mail, or otherwise ',Tinnily at
tended to. Country merchants are invited to
call and examine our stock before purchasing
elsewhere. Goods sent to nay of the wharves
or railroad stations.. Peters low and goods war.
Marl 2;55.-1 y.
FARMER'S HOM E.
lIENIIV 1 10c4ILINIGILL.
Hill Street, Huntingdon, Hunt, County, Pa.
riiIIE proprietor would resretrally an
t flounce to all his old customers and th e ' Ili
"rest of mankind," that he has refitted his I i
house, and is prepared to itetionini,date stran , ' ers
and travellers, and the public generally. lle has
also attached a
and ho will hire horses, carriages, &c., on the
must reasonable terms.
April 9 1856.-1 y.
UENRY W. OVERMAN,
No. 6, South Third Street,
Importer of French Calf Skins;
MANUFACTURER ANI , EENENAL
Ms Constantly on Dant!, and Always
Finishing, all kinds of
Skins, Ike, &c.
The attention of Country Merchants and Man
ufacturers, is solicited.
RED AND OAK SOLE LEATHER.
January 2; 1836.—1 y.
SUCCESSOR TO KING & MOREHEAD,
rfi3E11111.;::MC)51 aIIEIN2 [(Tiro
AND DEALER IN
Fish, Bacon, Clow, Dried Fruit, Lard, Lard
Oil, flaxseed Oil, T4 - Idle Lead, Pig Lead, Win
dow Mass, Glassware, Iron and Nails, Star and
Tallow Candler, Variegated and Rosin Soap, and
Pittsburg mannfiecturcs generally.
No. 27 Wood St,
Particular attention given to tho ealu of Pig
Me.' owl Mums, and liberal advances wade
Feb. 13, 1858.-Iy.
111USSEY & WELLS,
Wholesale Dealers in Provisions,
NO. 32. LIIREIRTT STREET,
May 21, 1836.—Gm.
Something New at Huntingdon.
The celebrated Centro County Iron fot sale
at the following prices:
Four cents per lb for common assortad front
I inches square and round up. 11 cents for
llorse.shoe and Spike-rods, including and
inches square, and 5 cents fur Nail-rods, at the
cheap store of
CUNNINOFIAM t DUNN. .
ttl - COUNTItir 3)11411,13Its can hcy
CLOTHING from me in Huntingdon at Whole
sale, as cheap as they can in the cities, as I have
Wholesale .tore in Philadelphia.
Arr.9.',6, H. H')MAN.
MISCELL AN ;AC* 4," I: It TISLMENTS.
HARDWARE STOkE !
B E n r e d eyed ,irn
r e l s a t c a e blis t l i i i m o e s n u t w o c f r ti r s kind
just opened a largo nod carefully selected stuck
ul HARDWARE, and are now many to accommo
date all who may give them a call.
Among uur stock will be found a full assort
l e a ::e ' ll j e ' „ " t ". :t4o L r n t„te ' t i o 4 7 l"'
including tuft the latest invention,. Mill, Orcet
cut, Tenon. Poe., Mold. Compn, nod Wood
Sown, (thirty diapprot vprictics.) (like's, Axes.
Hatchets, Shen, pod Sci•.,vrs, nriniunted snit
Common Auger Bits, and Pocket Cetlu•
ry, Iron and Steel or nll sbnpoe and slaps, Cur
ringe Springs nod Axles, Miners' Coal Shovel.,
Blacksmiths' Vices, Oils and Paints, Brushes,
flames. &c., &c. In fact everything usually
kept in a.
We milk° no allusion to any other individual
establishment, Hardware or Dry Goods, but we
say generally that for reasons well understood
by traderv, we can and do sail Goods in our he
On better terms than they eon ho had elsewhere
in this county, end as Low us tan be had in any
neighboring county. Persons from a distance
urn invited to call or send in their orders.
C's"Twu doors wen or the Globe and Post
JAMES A. BROWN & Co.
The Lost is Found;
TILE HEAP HAVE CONE TO LIFE.
OWNEU BY. ISRAEL URAFFIES, ESQ.
1) C. McGII.L. wishes to in — form his
-1 1 - 1 .• friends and the public generally, 54
that he has bought the above-named
Foundry, Patterns, Flasks, and all its
contests, and front his lung experience is the
business he hopes to obtain a shore of the public
patronage. As he has the Foundry in full ope
ration, he can furnish all alto may give him o
roll with all kinds of Castings.; such as liuiline
Mill and Forge Casting, Grist and Saw Mill
Casting, improved Thrashing Machine Costing;
and in a short time will have Cook Stoves of Vll
riofie riser and improved potters,' fur wood and
coal; also ten-plate stones. Air-Tight. Parlor,
and Car-room stoves, of ell sizes for wood sr
cost Also Castings for istese ; cellar grates;
such as Lento's, Sills, Sash-Weights. he. Plows
at every description of tho latest and most im
proved style. Also steel soles, wogon boxes,
oven frames, large hells and east water-pipes.
consisting of Kettles, Boilers, &c.. having turn
ing-lathes, Ito will be able to furnish any of the
above-mimed articles, either wood or iron ; and
he has all kinds of Castings ton numerous to
mention, all or which will be sold che::per atm
ever fur (rush and all kinds of country prmhter.—
Also old metal will be taken in exeliamte fer cas
ting. flurry up your old metal and tmuntry Fro
duce when any articles are wanted.
It. C. MCGILL.
LATEST ARIIIVAL OF
gir,l3.Ura'i@ ...:',*R:l LE El 201 ".I).o'tai.r,
BROAD TOP DEPOT.
(lUNNINUHAM & DUNN kayo just received
O Weil-selected stock of hiring St Summer
Goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Hard-wove. Groeeriegt
Hats, boots and ShOCA.
CroGkory•ware, stono ana c^rtben
Tin-ware, Cane rislu ag-re.
Ready Bina (lothi3g ays !laud,
and in short everything that is esuail; 6r1,1 in a
BACON, SALT, 17.911 :IND PLASMA',
kept constantly for Sale.
Call and examine our Goods and judge for
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
chnnge Mr Goods at the highest market prices.
The highest market pikes paid for all kinds
Prompt attantion paid to storing. and forward ,
log all kinds or mereliandiso. produce, &c.
Duntingdon, May, 14. 1830.
• , •
tiled of intortniug their triemis and the pub
lic generally. that tuey hove rebuilt the Hunt
ingdon Foundry, and are now in successful ap
oration, and are prepared to furnish casting of
all kinds, of the best quality on the shortest no
tice and most reasonahle terms.
Farmers aro invited to call and examine oar
Ploughs. We are manufacturing the Hooter
Plough, (this plough took the premium at the
Huntingdon County Agrirulturul Fair, in 1856)
also liauter's celebrated Cutter Plough, which
can't be bent, together with the Keystone, Hill
side, and Harshen!. Ploughs. We have on ha n d
and are manufacturing stoves, such as Cook,
Parlor and Aloe stoves for coal cr wood.
consisting of Kettles, Boilers, Skillets, 3:e., all
of which will he sold cheap for eaill or is ex
change for country rrodueu. Old mall token
for cow etistins, By a strict attention to hosi
erss anti tksirt, to 1.401,a, tt e hope to receive a
Fliare of pithily porronoq.
J. M. CUNNINGHAM & 11110.
Aprll 30, 1856.-H.
%) I V:, SIVE Ir.
In the treating nrt. Those ..tdieted with all
kinds of 'rumors, Wens, Cancers, Fungus,
Ilaimatodes, Schorros, Dotter, 101 l pus, &e.,
or tuty gr o wth or SOM, no matter on what part
I.of the hotly, eon ha cured by an entirely new
method, v ithuut cutting, caustic or pain, (at' cat
' rotate). Those 4101lUlCit With Blindness. Dead
ness,llll,l other Diseases, no matter what their
louse may be, can rest :assured or finding relief,
and therefore should not delay u moment. Write
disease nun symptoms full tad you can receive
an answer by return mail; to insure on answer
unclose the small sum ol"rwenty-five Cents, to
warrant him in spending his time for Irene.
flt. All other letters must hove a post stamp en
closed to pro-pay answers. N. B—Dr. 1C: is it
'There is on need to visit distant places, to
undergo o pointul operntion, and spend u fortune
when you ean he cured with little o*penso, and
without suffering, near home.
Address, Dn. C. L. IiELLING,
Mechnnicsburg, Cumberland county, t o .
The subscriber hats just finished anal has in
complete operation. three Lime Kilns, prods.
clog daily a large amount of the best white
lime berated in the interior of the State, I will
furnish it at any point so the Pennsylvania or
Portage Roods ' or at the Kiln, at fair rates.—
Alt orders will be promptly attended to.
JAMES FUNK, •
New Dictv Com
D CALL AT
. a 417111. N s
D. P. Grain has just received from Plilludel
pliitt a largo owl heantirol meek of
SPRING t& SUIVISCOD. GOODS
000,isti0 , 4 01' tho 1).
for bodies orr. Ckntlemen. surf: :+
Clnondeon & Fray bilks, Silk
de 1.10,3, option stiles of
llortgcs. All Wool de Loins, Non ,
Lawni, , ,,l Prints of all de-(1
lot or in ' 4 9
hilkS, Hil)i)(111s, Gloves. il o si t ,
cnts. 'Mohanr head dies
Also, Cloths, black sold blue, black and
Cassiluer., Cassinets, Postings, Cot t,,ntstripcs,
for pants, Nankeen. Muslin?, bleaelo.d and un
bleached, Tielon. Cheeks, 'Fable Diaper, Wool
cu stu d Linen 'nide Covers, and a variety of
tloods too numerous to meutbn.
lials di. Caps, rcoLs and Ilhoes,
41.1113 7.7 Ar. , (11:137!7:7EW.t1.2111?
mid all g 00.14 ta,qlall ;
ikly old enstotqur,
All t' , •;;;;;;•,.;
clionge for nt t,.e
April 9, 19:.G.
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SUCCI,SI,I.I, 11Z1 VI I,l' %;.% • P,
- V A .••,-
JOVINSON STEIN (4 Rtry , :;s.,
th, ;a1 I ';
dun Royal R r ot .
the /.i'_\ '/:
IN this age of pr.gre,-s, 5 „.i,,,
contributed bee 1.11 sh , ire 1:, the
fitre, and that whicit shmes re.pleinle, n t. the
brightest jewel in he , , 141. In in
11111A1ATION in thu treatment of I:mistinipti.si
anti Kindred atiections. The treltineut to
pursued has been faulty nod wofully inelfwit nr ;
the stomach being maths the receptacle of miuse•
oat Olia, and a has, of other flotarlt ; ail
too, being expeetea to act upon the 1,11,, ; t,,0
failure to eradicate, aren stop ,!;a no . of
the disease, in nearly l's . t.l . y o!'
, 111 , 11, 1.11 nt 11 to
the CoWelliptire to Shall Stali a iro.itinent. Ti,
not in t.in ....,'lmmtch knit in the
Common sges,t will nt once tench , that
form of h oiler, 'iireot,Y to tl n di.-
eased surf:tee of the Luilw, on ;I, he I C
tectital than medicate tok,ti inn• it o
Th e eucee ,, el "Nte.ii,ate.l \'apo.
in ..reutinA Iliseases of Om
sangutne inpeetittiut.... , l eal“e,tlt . '
, . ~,
15 . 1111.11,1 !.I . .1.. ' .! 7 ,
meifis itt , ‘ I • . ..t
tlli VIII ;
0;1100:11Lly SUCCC:O , IIII, tITIO 10 /00.1 1:11•
der nllt 01 the 01,0Ve mune.] urn
guarantee aptedy 81111 0011010 relief. I hit,
pleasure in referring to 7wo 11111:1,U AS n
names, residents of New Yoe': nod ueiOt
bort.tml, whtl have been restored to rit,ro - as
hearth. About one-third of the e number
itt•i•ii, ding to the retients' own CTUR unto
The iLlialhig 11.1.(1 is ,cmslung, tutu /1:111
sr, edy, loot consist.. in the 0.101'1,i• 7,00,0 r Ine
dieinu in :melt n toznner, [hot they :cc conveyed
into the littigsi to the ferto et '0
v0.,0r.. ;111-I pro
duce their action ut the seat of the di: eu,o. its
practical success is destined to revolutionize the
opinions of the tnedieel world, .xxo EsTAni.tsu
THE 1,1 . 11 , E C 111: tili.irrY or CONSI,II,IO,
Applieents will pietist, 'Ante if they have ever
1,1,1 front the ir they have lost !Joh,
IHLVO a cough, night sweats toul fever turn v, whet
and i i uw witch they exinirate ulna the euttilitiun
of their bun:l nch end hovel%. The ueressnry
Aleilieines, Amt.:tut, he, will he forwarded to
TEttms.—i , ivo ecli•ttltatiun fee.—
of , whim the Pa
tient repurt. !.•• •:, • .
n ,‘. c li ISICIANS.
We. I , in ineai
rip, Dr. It'd
gorous hettltll, oflu u low
1 , r.11050. In tho nbaN eI.
plicntion of "31edicatk•
ly into the Litrigq, ,
a great boon to +llll2l, . „lei iu
1)r. lioao (tosiares • •y.ion for
his tinwonried lubors in ri,i; inhaling
luoittua to such it icgrr• •:1.
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CAVI\ V, l.'!
PR. ROSE'S TR,'„\ 't i r s;•; ‘. H
TION •. I
t, • • 't
1. lIIU.t. iic n : • '
Pu,nr.:,ster, lellerS oply ; .
BOOKS! e`..if.,/i7 BOOKS!
40,000 ~'Ul.o\llia of new and l,apnhtr
',tinily kept inn Vhiladelphia Ilnnk Stare, end
many or them at belt the Puhli.her's retail price,
the subscriber now oilers to the ratline.
AU school bunks used in the ...minty can hn
had in any quantities at retail end whole , ale
rates. Fooli-cal, Letter and Wrapping Paper,
wholesale or Iy the ream.
100 superior Geld Pens with Silver and Cold
Cases, trum $1 upwards.
100 Pocket no. Pro knives of Rogers' and
others' best manufacture.
PM splendid Port Monnein,and Pocket Books
at 20 etc. and upward,.
000 'PIECES WALL PAPIEII, of
the Intent end prettieit reevivvd 1.••1,
Philadelphia and Now York, pries nom to i•
pleat) and upward.,
500 beautifully !minted end ga , ' gi . r. , i
Sleolea et . di cis. awl a..
Th e ' ,Odl e I are 1.11! tn. •...In •nln•1
be cotsviltevil t11:1r n•C s' • •
w II he ph...se , l t:7•.1
methlwf the pihke,
Joscrint 1)0'14 i.As 4, in ••
Ins L.II Gatlll,
prepikre,ltu make ,kua topair 6 11,
the shortest nutice. rA01122, 1b55.
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