Newspaper Page Text
Forever float that standard sheet,
Where breathes the foe but falls before us,
With Freedom's soil beneath our feet,
And Freedom's banner streaming o'er us!"
We have concluded to Wile a "Cam
paign Journal" from the Ist 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 bear a hand in the righteous
cause of freedom, in spreading the great
principles of liberty. The Journal is the
only paper in the county which is not sold
to the interests of the slave-driver.
The Sacking of Lawrence.
The accounts given by our informants of the
doings of the marshal and his posse, in Law
rence, do not differ from those already publish
ed, except as to the extent at' tho destruction
committed by the barhaeian horde which they
represent us tar greater than was at first sta
ted. Every house but one, in the place, was
sneked—trunks were broken open, wardrobes
rifled, money and other valuables seized, and
coven ladies dreases were added to the miscel
laneous plunder. We notice that George W.
Brown, Esq., editor of the Herald of Freedom,
in a letter to the Alton Courier, states the to
tal destruction and appropriation of private
property, at Lawrence, at no less than $2OO,-
000. The Free State Hotel bad been erected
and furnished at an expense of $30,000, and
would have been opened fur business in a day
or two, by Col. Eldridge, who is also proprie
tor of the Kansas )hotel at Kansas City.
The Herald of Freedom office woo the best
appoleted establishment west of St. Louis,
and its destruction involves a loss of at least
$OOOO. But this is only a part of the loss of
Mr Brown. The marauders entered his private
office, destroyed his library, valued at $lOOO,
scattered his private papers, arid ended by set
ting the building on lire, though the flames
were extinculshed. They also destroyed a
large stock of printing paper, die, that had
been received only a day or two before. Alto-
Dether his Ices amounts to $1'2,000 or $15,000.
r. Robison's house, furniture and library,
and all his private records were burned. Mr.
Johnson's house was completely riddled, trunks
were broken open, money and valuables of
boarders were token and carried away, some
persons losing eevetal thousand dollars in
money and land-warrants. The stores were
et t red, and everytl.ing was taken whirls ava
rice c ,ul , l prompt them to take or malice move
them to destroy.
All amusing story is to .1 of the Hon. David
Atehi,on's participation in the spoils of the
Kansas Hotel, ho having been seen moving off
with a couple of boxes of cigars under his
urns. He no doubt likes a good agar as well
as he does a good glass of whiskey, and thought
it a pity to have them burned except in a le
gitimate way [Mr. Butler paid a glowing tri
bute.the other day in the Senate to the noble
generosity of his character, and wo Lope he
will reciprocate by sending his eulogist a pack.
age of these cigars 11 On the day of the sack
at Lawrence, Judge Fain, who hat been crea
ted Deputy Marshal p•o terse, was seen riding
around upon a valuable horse belonging to
Col. Eldridge. Mr. E's brother claimed the
animal, and politely requested the Judge to
give him up, but ho refused to do so, and the
owner does not know what became of him.
Proceedings of the Burgesses and Town
July stll. 1856.
The house met at the usual place. Present
Chief Burgess, Abraham McCoy ; Aesislant
Burgesses, Thomas Fisher, John Simpson ;
Town Council, David Black, Alexander Car•
mon. Benjamin Gra,fius, Henry Dover. Jacob
Un motion,' Committee consisting of Messrs.
Simpson, Black and Snyder was, appointed to
examine and report the condition of the claim
against the Catholic Church lots.
It was agreed that the High Constable he •
41irected by the Chief Burgess to notify the
lot.ownera or occupiers on Bill and ou the nor
thern side of Washington Street to make their
respective payments on or before the trot day
of Seramber next ensuing, agreeable to the
exitting, ordinances of the borough.
The Chairman presented a bill of J. & W.
Saxton for $61,75 for brick, merchandizo and
one year's ground rent of Juniata. Engine house;
and bill of George Groin for $56,77 for lumber
nod merchandise. The Secretary was directed
to draft orders ou the Treasurer for the amount
of said bills.
The house adjourned until Monday evening
the 14th instant.
J. Simrsos APR U vA, Rec'y.
C 0,., FnemoNr's REPLY TO THE MASSACRE
• stns REPEDIACANS.—The Massaehusetts
gation to the Republican National Convention,
when on their way home, waited upon Cul. Fre.
in New York, to inform hitn of his nom
illation. In reply to a neat address from lion.
T. D. Elliott, Col. Fremont said :
Gentlemen: It will not be expected of me,
I am sure, that a formal response will be made
to you at this time. I thank you cordially for
your action, and for this kind and unqualified
expression of confidence in me. I shall end.,
vor to deserve it. You have been engaged,
gentlemen, in a cause that should draw to its
support all the friends of Constitutional Free.
dom. I have read the platform which you
have adopted, and have examined with care
the principles it embodies. It is, at this time,
like a second Declaration of Independence. I
believe in its truth, and can adopt it in all its
parts; and it will be my purpose, if the voice
of the people shall ratify the nomination. which
you have made, so to conduct the government
that these principles, thus avowed. shall become
Tue FREMONT BANNER.— " I see," ERTI 111
Correspondent of the Boston Atlas, "that in
Pennsylvania the Buchanan men are forming
'Wheatland Clubs,' (Wheatland is the name
of Buchanan's seat,) with banner bearing as a
device a Sheaf of Wbaat. I beg to suggest
that the banner inscribed with the name of
John Charles Fremont should have for its de•
vice a Trcshing Machine. That sheaf of wheat
is deotiued to be thrashed, and the wheat to
bo gathered into another garner than that of
rar Mr. Michael Carrigan, of Allegheny
township, of Cumbria county, shot an eagle on
the 29th ult, measuring seven feet across the
wings, and the claws, when stretched, seven
Col. Benton's Speech.
Col Benton in a recent speech in Missouri,
thus alluded to the administration;
He said he deemed Mr. Pierce a ruined moo
from the day he made up his cabinet. He
was himself a kind hearted tnari, bat too weak
for the pine°. Cushing and Davis were the
ruling spirits—one a nullifier and seetionist . ;
the other a renegade Whig, an apostate Abell.
tionist, a neophite Democrat, and a Tylerite as
long as Tyler had anything to give. Ile had
known Mr. Cushing as a leading Abolitionist
trying to keep Arkansas out of the Union, be
cause her constitution admitted slavery, and as
backing Mr. Slade, of Vermont, in entleavor
ing to abolish slavery, in the District of Co.
lumbia, when they forced the Southern mem.
mers to seceed from the hull of the House iu
148. He bad known him as the greatest
friend of the Democracy, making a speech a•
gainst them divided into two and thirty heads
as many heads as there were points in the
mariner's compass—in which there was a con•
glow:ration of everything that had ever been
said against them. He had known him as the
enemy of the sub treasury, of hard money and
the bitter reviler of Jackson; anu he could see
nothing but ruin to an administration of which
ho was the master spirit. lie predicted for the
administration a total overthrow at the time.—
It had come overwhelmingly.
Col. Benton rapidly sketched the canoes of
the downfall of Mr. Pierce, at the head of
which causes ho placed the disturbance of the
peace of the country in destroying the Miss°.
ri compromise—a measure front which Mr.
Calhoun recoiled, because the attempt to des
tray that compromise would destroy the public
peace. The destruction of the Texas compro
mise was as flagrant us that of the Missouri
Compromise: for it was a menactment of the
same inade.tweuty-five years afterward, and in
the words, and by men who destroyed it. The
chief authors of the Kansas Nebraska bill had
voted for the Texas compromise, and were
stopped by their own act in denying its consti
Tho extravagance of the administration was
dwelt upon by Col. Benton—seventy to eighty
millions expanded annually, when ono third of
thatsum was computed by Mr. Polk in the lust
year of his administration, and after the aqui-I
sition of New Mexico, California and Utah, to
be enough, and it would be so under an aeon- •
omical administration. But hero all was ex•
travagance run mad ! extravagance iu the in
crease of offices and salarics,in the increase of
army and navy—in keeping up an enormous
revenue of eighty millions when one third of it
Faumoter has been charged with
ingratitude, in having owed his education to
i party of Catholic ladies, and being now hostile
to Catholicism. An old school•fellow of his
publishes a letter, spying that he has known
Cul. Fremont fur thirty years, having received
together with him, the same classical lessons
from the same source, and that thore is not a
word of truth in any of the charges about his
Catholic education. Of course not. But eves
if he had been educated by Catholics, is that
of itself enough to keep him from the Presi•
deuey—and does Millard Fillmore make it one
of the planks of his platform, that the bare
suspicion of Catholicism shall ostracise a man
forever trout public (Ace ? We are constrain.
ed to believe so, as those who are using this
thing are his loudest advocates. Mr. Fillmore
will have to alter the Constitution before he
can legalize his bigotry.
COSTLY BUSINESS.—A committee is Charles
ton, S: C., to raise money and send emigrants
t 9 Kansas, repurted, recently to a public meet
ing in that city, that they had received $9,511,
and armed and shipped 73 men to Kansas.—
This is, on an average, over $122 for each
man. The Massachusetts Emigrant Aid Sod
ety, against which so much has been said, paid
no man's passage, gave money to none and
merely arranged for the reduction of the cost
of passage by commutation with railway and
steamboat lines, the erection hotels at the West
be, if the seventy-throe men sent out from
Charleston with money contributed by the pub
lic, had gone under the auspices of the End
grant Aid Society they would have been styled
We giro Borne details today of the report
of the Kansas Commission. The following
shows the outrageous frauds committed by the
Missourians at the election of members of the
Census of Votes Legal Illegal
Dist. Voters. Polled. Voters Voters.
I. 3119 1064. 232 802
11. 199 341 30 311
111. 101 372 40 332
IV. 47 80 16 62
Strr•A terrible accident occurred at the foot
of Reed Street, on the Delaware, last evening.
While the pier was thronged will women and
children, the end of it gave way, and upwards
of 40 cr 50 persons were thrown into the river.
About one half the number, including 10 chil
dren and 3 women, are beired to have perish
ed, and several persons were badly injured.
ger . We are curious to know how many feet
in female arithinatie to a mile;. beeanse we
never met with a lady's foot yet whose shoe was
to say the very least, "a mile too big for her."
At:canna ACCEHSION.—The Boston Bee,
the organ of the Fillmore party in Boston, has
become Republican, and hoisted the names of
Fremont and Dayton.
Indiotment and Imprisonment of Her
WASIIINGTON, July 2,
Mr. Herbert, member of Congress from Cal.
ifornia, was indicted to day, fur the murder of
Thomas Keating, and committed to jail to a.
wait his trial.
Fremont in Namohnsetts.
SPRINNFICI.D, July I,
In the Massachusetts American Convention
today the nomination of Fremoi.t was ratifi
ed by a vote of 280 to 197 fur Fillmore.
The FLoun market is more active and pri
ces tend upward ; about 15000 bbls have been
disposed of at $6 50 $6 75 for common to mix.
ed and good straight brands, mostly at the lat
ter rate, which is in advance; included iu the
sales are 2000 bbls Western extra 87411!
bbl. White wheat sold on terms not public,
and 3000 bus. good do at 164 e. Rye is wanted
1200 bus. sold at 76e. Corn continues in re
quest fit 67c for poor anti tiOc for good lots.—
Outs are steady, at 35e331c for Delaware, and
34®35e for Penna.
LEWIB—BENEDICT.—On the evening of the
Ist inst., by Rev. 0. 0. bleelean, Mr. U. 13.
Lewis to Miss Louisa Mary Benedict, all of
Accompanying the above we received
a very fine cake, for which the happy cou
ple have our thanks. May their shadows
never grow less ; happiness by tho pail
ful fall upon them, and may they never
lack true friends, good health and a barrel
of flour. Clod bless 'em.
Cheapest "Job Printing" Office
We have now made suck a rrangemeale in our
Job (Vice as will enable us to do all kinds of
Job Printing at 20 per cent.
Titan any Office In the County.
Give us a call. If we don't give entire eatiefue
lion, no charge at all will be made.
The undersigned Auditor. appointed by the
Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon county,
to distribute the proceeds of the Sheriff's sale
of the personal property of Robert Kyle, a
mongst those entitled to receive the samobere.
by gives notice to all persons interested that
he will attend for the purpose of hearing the
parties in this case. On Peiday the With day
of July MG, at one o'clock P. M. at his office
in the borough of Huntingdon. When and
where all persons interested may attend if they
think proper. JOHN REED.
Huntingdon July 2d, 1856.—it. Aud.
NEW INVENTION !
WP take this method of introducing to Far.
mers and Mechanics Lightner & Co's.new
Corn Husker and Topper.
These instruments are neat, cheap and con•
venient. They can be shut up and carried in
the pocket like a knife. They prevent the hand
from being injured by the husk, and aro very
Those who have purchased and examined
them consider that they supersede all other
machines of the kind in utility and cheapness.
We would request all the readers of the Jour.
.1 who are in any way connected with the
terming business to purchase one or more of
• Any one sending $2,00 to the editor of the
Journal will receive, postpaid, one of these
machines, or two for $3.00, one dozen for $l5.
There is no deception in these machines,
hundreds of recommendations ens be given of
them, but we deem it unnecessary.
They are manuketured by the best mocha!,
ics in our cities, and will not get out of order
by long usage.
AD' , INtSTI3ATOWS NOTICE.
T ETTERS of Administration have been gran
ted to me upon the estate of Robert Gra.
ham, lute of Dahlia township, dee'd. All per•
sons indebted to him will make payment, and
those having claims present them to
,IOFIN APPLEBY, Adm'r.
Dubliu Tp., June 18, 'SG.-6t.*
CARRIAGE & WAGON
kit ' .
s W p n o ß ly o i A n
f T 4m tl s mak e fu p l o fli i r e plt a st
ge t:o ra l furor:,
be is prepared to manufitcture at his shop on
Washington street, on the property lately and
for many • years occupied by Alex. Cannon,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, ROCKAWAYS,
and in short every kind of vehicle desired.—
Rod:ways and Buggies of a superior manufac
ture and finish always on hand and for sale at
fair prices. •
Repairing of all kinds done at the shortest no-
Ace and most reasonable terms.
Huntingdon, May 28,1856.—1 y.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMON SCROOLS
OF PENNSYLVA NIA.
Ilauaisauna, May 10,1886.
To School Directors
Decision No. 11, on page 56 of the Pamphlet
copy of the "School Law nod Decisions," does
not correspond with the general practice over
the State, nod is also found to be erroneous to
some extent as a matter of law, inasmuch as it
improperly exempts "trades, occupations and
professions," of a less value than two hiindrol
datarg, from taxation for School purposes. It
was so regulated to correspond with the State
tax on ocespations, but the 29th and Roth sec
tions of the School Law adjust the School tax
to the County ns well as State tax ; and as oc
cupations under two hundred dollars are not
exempt from taxation for Custody purposes, it
follows as a necessary consequence that they
aro liable to taxation for School purposes. The
variour acts of Assembly, with regard to Couu.
ty tax are exceedingly obscure and unintelligi
ble with regard to the manner of assessing the
tax on occupations; but the soundest rule of
practice to be gathered froth them will he for
Directors to assess "occupations" for School
purposes at such rate per cent., RS the necessi
ties of the District may require, not exceeding
thirteen mills on the dollar, except where the
tax at the rate thus fixed would not atnount to
fifty cents, in which case it should be lined 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 hoot Law conform to the nets of Assem
bly and decisions of the courts, and are to be
received as authority by Directors.
H. O. HICKOK,
J. HUDSON, M. D.
R. BAIRD, DI. D.
1111 - ZOICAt.
DRS. BAIRD & HUDSON,
Having entered into copartnership will he plea.
sed' to attend to any business of their profession.
J. B, LUDEN, IL D., Huntingdon.
C. BOWER, M. D., Newton Hamilton.
J. A. SHADE, M. D., Shade Gap.
J. H. WINTRODE, M. D., Marklesburg.
June 4,1856.-41 n.
LOOK AT THIS FIGURE!
At Roman's Mammoth Clothing Store, you
Linen Coats for 87 Cents,
Summer Punts for til'Cents.
Summer Vests for 87 Cents.
nERSONS h.ving accounts against Thomas
r Todhuntor 101 please present them to Jas.
Cron, near Burnt \ - labius.
3 unell,'sG, • et.
WHAT A RUSHI
UE is now selling his large nod splendid as•
Goods at Cost.
For Gentlemen's wear, consisting of Cloths,
Black and Blue ; Black Cassitner, Satinets,
Table Diaper, Kentucky Jeans, Tweeds,
Summer Cloth, Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs
for ladies and gentlemen, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Satin and Grenadine Vestings, Mursailles ar.d
A large let of Gloves and Hosier for ladies
A. good assortment of Silk Good—Black,
from 50 cents to $1,25 ; Colored, froin 76 scuts
No. I extra Moleskin Hats for $3,75.
A largo stock of hardware, Queensware and
A splendid stuck of
Ladies , Dress Goods,
Such no Barn. De Lanes, Do Berge, Alpacas,
Muttlins, Cambric and Swiss, spotted and figur
ed ; Black Silk Laces, Edgings and lttsertings;
Black Silk and Cotton Nettie and Bobilet,
Silk and Cotton Blonds, and a variety of Goods
of every kind.
A large lot of Summer Wear for im.a and
IGf.srAll of which will be sold at prices be ,
yond nil competition.
BROAD TOP 110 USE.
ANIRDEW MOE BUS
Wt7a l t d I r l e et " st i c?Cl j u n p " re
House, on Allegheny Street, and is now • • "
prepared to entertain all who may favor hint
with their patronage, in an unobjectionable
The house has been furnished in a style not
surpassed by any establishment in the Borough.
His table will always be supplied with the sob.
stantials and delicacies of the season, In a
word, no pains will be spared to make this
house a first class hotel, and nothing left. un
done to render its guests comfortable and hap.
His Bar is furnished with the choisest liquors.
ANDREW MGM US.
NEW WHOLESALE DRUG STORE.
N. SPENCER THOMAS,
No. 26, South Second Street, Philadelphia.
Tinpotter, Manurneturer r and Dealer in Drugs,
-I•Methei nes, Chemicals,
ACIDS, DYE STUFFS, PAINTS, OILS,
COLORS, WHITE LEAD, French
and American White ZINC,
Glassware, Varni,bes, Brushes, Instruments,
Ground Spica, Whole Spices, and all other
articles usually kept by Druggists, lucluding
Borax, L.digo, Glue, Shellac, Potash, &c., &c.
All orders by mail, or otherwise promptly at,
tended to. Country tnerchant;, are invited to
call and examine our stock before purchasing,
elsewhere. Goods sent to any of the wharves
or railroad stations. Prices low and goods war
Hill Street, Huntingdon, Hunt. County, Pa.
TILE proprietor would respectfully en
flounce to all his old customers and the
"rest or mankind," that he has refitted his de
house, and is prepared to accommodate strangers
and travellers, and the public generally. 110 has
also attached a
and he will hire horses, carriages, &c., on the
most reasonable terms.
April 9 1856.—1 y.
HENRY W. OVERMAN,
No. 6, South Third Street,
Importer of French Calf Skins ;
,;, - FACTUREII AND GENERAL
Has Constantly on !laud, and Always
Finishing, all kinds of
Leathor, Morocco, CalfSkins,Shoep
The attention of Country Merchants and Man
ufacturers, is solicited.
RED AND OAK SOLE LEATHER.
January 2,1856.—1 y.
SUCCESSOR TO KING i MOREHEAD,
tt111115:11-c:'1g.'1[10 - 11Si
Fish, Bacon, Cheese, Dried Fruit, Lard, Lard
Oil, Pa.eseed Oil, White Lead, Piq Lead, Win
dow Glass, Glassware, Iron and Naas, Star and
Tallow Candleg, Variegated and Rosin Soap, and
Pittsburg mamilitelares generally.
No. 21 Wood sr.,
Particular attention given to the solo or Pig
Metal and Blooms, and liberal advances made
Feb. 13, 1856.—1 y.
C. U. lIUSSCY. C. WELLS.
HUSSEY & WELLS,
Wholesale Dealers in Provisions,
414. X. It RI& .0 0 WIMISSION
W17. ,- Atc3ANTL
NO. 32. I.IIIEI4TY STUEET.
Commercial Row, -
May 21, 1856.-Gm.
Something New at Huntingdon.
The celebrated Centro County Iron he sale
at the following prices :
Dour cents per lb fur common assorted front
inches square and round up. 4/ cents for
lorsc•shoe and Spike rods, including k and
inches square, and 5 cents fur Nail•rods, at the
cheap store of
CUNNINGHAM A DUNN.
Cr COUNTRY DDALERB can buy
CLOTHING from tee in Huntingdon at Whole
sale, aa cheap as they coo iu the cities, us I have
a Wholesale dote in Philadelphia.
HARDWARE STORE !
IiELIEVING nn establishment of this kind
needed in this place, the subscribers have
just opened a largo and carefully selected stock
VI HARDWARE, and are now ready to accommo
date all who may Ova them acall:
Among our stock will Lo found a full assOrt•
Nails, Glass, Putty, Locks, Bolts, Hinges, &c,
A really excellent assortment of
Mechanics ) Tools,
including all the latest inventions. Mill, Cross
cut, Tenon, Bow, Band, Compass and Wood
SAWS, (thirty diflerent varieties,) Chisels, Axes,
Ilanbets, Shears and Scissors, (4:Blunted and
Common Auger Bits, Table and Pocket Cutle
ry, Iron and Steel or nll shapes and sines, Car
riage Springs and Axles, Miners' Coal Shovels,
Blacksmiths' Vices, Oils and Paints, Brushes,
Homes. Sc., &c. In fact everything usually
kept in a
We make no allusion to any other individual
establishment, Hardware or Dry Goods, but we
any generally that for reasons well understood
by trade., we ran and do sell Goods in our line
on better terms than they can be had elsewhere
in this county, and as Low as can ho had in any
neighboring county. Persons Item a distance
are invited to call or semi in their orders.
Two dents west of the Globe and l'ost
Mice. JAUES A. BROWN S.: CO.
5\10 9 3 rtl.
The Lost is Found;
THE DEAD HAVE COME TO LIFE.
OWNED BY ISRAEL ORAFFIUS, ESQ.
•P C. McCILL wishesto inform his
friends and the public generally,
that be has bought the above-named
Foundry, Patterns, Flasks, and all its :E. r
contents, and front his long experience in the
business he hopes to obtain a share of the public
patronage. As Ire has the Foundry in full ope
nylon, ho ran furnish nll who may give bins a
call with all kinds of Castings ; such as Rolling
Mill and Forge Casting, Grist and Saw Mill
Casting, improved Thrashing Machine Casting;
and in a short time will have Cook Strives of va
rious >izer and improved patterns fur wood and
coal; also ton-plata staves, Air-Tight, Parlor,
811 , 1 Bar-room stoves, of all sties for stood or
coal. Also Castings for house ; cellar grates ;
such as Lentels, Sills, Sash-Weights, he. Plows
at every description of the latest and most im
proved style. Also steel soles, wagon boxes,
oven frames, large bells and cast water-pipes.
consisting of Kettles, Boilers, Sm.. hoeing turn
ing-bathes, he will be able to furnish any of the
above-named articles, either wood or iron; and
ho hus all kinds of Castings too numerous to
mention, all of which will be sold cheaper than
over for cash and all kinds of country produce.—
Also old metal will be token in exchange for cas
ting. blurry up your old metal and country pro
duce when any articles are wanted.
LATEST ARRIVAL OF
s.•=lPglgtilt6 s'i' ''[ l 3l'lTAl2lll 0001 D-1
• AT THII •
BROAD TOP DEPOT.
C u a isi N l' v s G e l l. l : 4 cte M d 4 st D ock N o l f ': ri e n r S e t a c m e id m justv e er
Goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Hard-ware. Groceries,
Hats, boots and shoes.
Crockery-ware, stone and earthen
Tin-ware, Cane Fishing-rods.
Ready Made Clothing always on hand,
and in short everything that is usually kept in a
BACON. SALT, FISH AND PLASTER,
kept constantly for Sale.
Call and examine our Goods and judge for
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
change for Goods at the highest market prices.
Tho highest market pukes paid for all kinds
Promptattention paid to stoning end forward
ing all kinds of merchandise, produce, ho.
lluntiugdon, IC, 1856.
IN BLAST AGAIN I
iiuttQdngdotts; F Found ry.
SSCRIBERS TAKE THIS ME
shod of 11110111111 g their trtends and the pub
lie generally, Hint they have rebuilt the Hunt
ingdon Foundry, and are now in successful
and are prepared to furnish casting of
all kinds, of the best quality on the shortest no
tice and most reasonable terms.
Farmers ore invited to call and examine our
Ploughs. Wo are manufacturing the Hunter
Plough, (this plough took the premium at the
IT matugelon County Agricultural Pair, in 1855)
also Hunter's celebrated Cutter Plough, which
,an't he heat, tegsther t, ith the Keystone, Hill
side; and Burshear Ploughs. We have on hand
and are manufacturing stoves, such as Cook,
Parlor and ellice stoves for coal cr wood.
consisting of Kettles,Boilers, Skillets, &c., all
of which will he sol cheap for cash or in ex
change for country produce. Old metal taken
for now castings. By a strict attention to
ness .d desire to please, we hope to receive
share sit public patronage.
J. M. CUNNINGUAII & BRO.
April 00, 1850.—tf.
A New Assortment Just Opened 1
And will be sold 30 per cent.
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPESTI
II ROMAN respectfully in^orms his custo
, 11, rums and the public generally, that he has
just opened at his store-room in Rocket Square,
Ilinningdonos splendid new stock of Bendy
made - _ .
Clothing for Spring and Summer I
which ho will sell cheaper than the same quality
or Goods can he purchased at retail in PlulOol
phia or any other establishment in the couutr)•.
Persons wishing to buy Clothing would do
well to call and examine his stock before purcha
April 9," "
PILES! PILES! PILES I
Arc you suffering with the Piles, inwardly
If so, use Dr. Dupries' Celebrated Rhmedy.
Wurrauted to curo in all eases.
The above is the only remedy that has ever
cured etliTtually. city references and testi
If you have the Piles inwardly, ask fora box
of Dr. D.'s Pills—only 50 cents.
If you have the Piles outwardly, ask for a
boa of Dr. D.'B Ointment—only 50 cents.
For oak, by Jon' lir.tn, llontingdAn t rn.
New Goods New Goods I I
D. P. Gwin has just received from Philadel
phia a large and beautiful stock of
SPRING di SUMMER GOODS. I
consisting of the most fashionable Dress Goods,
for Ladies and Gentlemen, such as Black Silks, I
Chameleon & Fancy Silks, Silk Challi, Challi'
do loins, Spring stiles of Hamilton De Loins,
Barages. All Wool do Loins, Fancy and Domes-
tic Ginghams, Debate, Madonna Cloth, Alpacca,
Lawns, and Prints of all description. ALSO,
a large lot of dress Trimmings, dress Buttons, !
Bonnet Silks, Ribbons, Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery,
Litres. Veils, Undersleeves, Collars, Chimes-'
ctts. Mohair head dresses. Summer Shawls, &e.
Also, Cloths, black and blue, black and fancy
Cassimer. Cussinets, Vestings Cotton Stripes,
for pants, Nankeen, Mullins, bleached and un
bleached. Ticken. Cheeks, Table Mum, Wool
en add Linen Table Corers, and a variety of
Goods too numerous to mention.
Hats & Cape, Boots and Shoes,
HARDWARE, QUM ENSWARE
Buckets, Tubs, Churns, Baskets,
Groceries, Fish and salt,
and all goods usually kept in.n country Store.
My old customers, and as many new ones as
can crowd in are respectfully requested to ensue
and examine my goods.
All kinds of Country produce taken in ex
change fur goods, ut the highest market prices.
April J, 1850.
MEIATCAI. VA.rO. 00$
JOHNSON STEWART ROSE, M. D.,
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians,
ondjor years Senior Physician in the Lon
don holiat Intirnutr g
.11 r tli,eases of
N this ago of progress, Medical Science has
couttthated her full share to the general wel
fare, and that which shines resplendent, the
brightest jewel in her diadem is McmCAL VAPOR
INOALAIION in the treatment of Consumption
and Rindred ail'ections. The treatment hitherto
pursued has been fnuhy and toothily inefficient ;
the stomach being made the receptacle of nause•
ous oils, and almost of other nostrums; all these
to,, being expected to act upon the lungs ; the
failure to cradles., or even stop the ravages of
the disease, in nearly every case of well-derelop•
cd Consumption, is surely warning enough to
the Consumptive to shun such a treatment. The
disease is ma in the Stomach but its the Lungs : —
Common sense will at once teach, tint medicine
applied in the form of Vapor, directly to the dis
eased surface of the Lungs, will be far more ef
teethel than medicine taken into the stomach.
The success el "Medicated Vapor Inhalation"
it...resting diseases of the Lungs, exceed my
sanguine expectations, end I earnestly appeal to
the intelligence of all afflicted, or who may have
the germs of sickness within them, to emlsrace
at once the soothing healing, and successful sys
tetn of Medical Vapor Inhalation, RR the ONLY
"Ark of Refuge" the the Consumptive. I offer
to twit it within the reach of all, and can so ar•
range it, that the invalid is never requited to
leave home, where the hand of friendship and
aflection, tend so much to aid the physieinn's
efforts• Where there is life there is now hope
for the most seemingly hopeless cases. as titre ,
viunt all lhe stages of this insidious disease, the
wonderful and benelicient effects of the treat
ments are soon apparent. In cases also of
BRONCIIITIS, ASTHMA, &c.,
the inhaling of powders and vapors l;nve been
eminently.successful, and to those suffering un
der any of the above named complaints, I eau
guarantee speedy and certain relief. I have
pleasure in referring to TWO uunonno Arm Sp,
TEN names, residents of New York end neigh
borhood, who have been restored to vigorous
betilth. About one-third of the above number
according to the patients' own statements were
considered hopeless cones.
The inh.ding method is soothing, sure and
speedy, and COIISISIA in the administration of me
dicines in such a milliner, that they ore conveyed
into the lungs in the form of a vapor, and pro
duce their action at the seat of the disease. Its
practical success Is destined to revolutionize the
opinions of the medical world, A., esT.ineimi
Tun ENT!. eta t/MLITT or CONSUMPTION.
Applicants will please state if they have ever
bled from the Lungs, if they have lost flesh,
have a cough, night sweats and fever turns, what
and how much they exporate, what the condition
Unbar stomach and bowel.. Th e noas,“ry
Medicines, Apparatus, Sc., will be forwarded to
TERMS.—Five dollars, consultation fee.—
Bounce of the foe payable only when the pa
tient reports himself convalescent.
RECOMMENDATION hiY PHYSICIANS.
We, the undersigned, mealtimers in medi
cine, cheerfully and heartily recommend Dr. R's
method of treating (bowies of the Lungs and
Throat, as fife best and most effectual ever intro
duced into the medical practice. Our convic
tions are based upon having several of our own
Patients, confirmed consumptives, restored to vi
gorous health, after a ten months' treatment Icy
Or. Rose. In the above named diseases, the ap
pike, ion of "Medicated Vapor," inhaled direct
ly into the Lungs, may be justly considered as
a great boon to sudaing humanity, rendering
consumption a paleetly curable disease.
D. Rose deserves well of the Profession for
his unwearied labors in bringing the inhaling
method to such a degree of perfection.
RAM STONE, M. I).
CYRUS KINSELEY, AL D.
JONAS A. MOW, N. N.
WM. 13. AUSTIN, AL D.
ORVILLE UPSON, M. P.
GAVIN WETMORE, AI, D.
DR. ROSE'S TREATISE ON CONSUMP
TION —Price one dollar. Address JOHNSON
STEWART ROSE, Office 38I,Bromlway N. Y.
fiT'The new Postnge low requires that all let
ters he rnit-ram ; my correspondence being
extensive, applicants to insnro replies, must en
WMoney Letters must be registered by the
Postmaster, soils letters :only being at our risk.
BOOKS!datik ? ' BOOKS!
40,000 VOLUMES of now and popular
Books,embrocing every variety
usually kept in a Philadelphia Book Store, and
many of them at half the Publisher's retail price,
the subscriber now °fro. to the public.
All school books used in the'county can he
had in any quantities at rotail and wholesale
rates. Foolscap, Letter and Wrapping Paper,
wholesale or by the trout.
100 superior Gold Pons with Silver and Gold
Cases, from $1 upwards.
100 Pocket and Pen knives of Rogers' and
others' hest manufacture.
100 splendid Port Monnaiesand Pocket Books
at 20 etc. and upwards.
$,OOO rukEs WALL PAPER, of
the latest and prettiest styles, just received from
Philadelphia and New York, prices from in ete.
a piece and upwards.
500 beautifully painted and gold gilled Win
dow Shades at 44 eta, and upwards.
The public lave but to call mid examine, to
be convinced that in buying of the above stock
they he pleased and also save money. Re
member the place, corner of Montgomery and
Railroad streets. WM. COLON.
JOSEPII DOUGLASS, in MeConnelistown
lialaonstantly on hand, ready mado rifles, and:is
prerhred to make and repair Guns oral! kinds at
The shortest notive. April 22. 1255.
31i f ELLANEOUS ADURTISERIENTS.
AA:Tr S,T SAMNA& 0 r
SPRING AND SUMMEP.
410 A Ti. p2xxvd,
Are jest receiving and opening one of the fin
est assortments of Goods ever offered to the cit
i7CllA of this place, as Milo. :
Clothes, Cassimcrs, Smitten, Vestings, Cot
ton Goods for Summer wear; also.Challies,Be
rages, Lawns and Prints, and every other article
accessary to: the Ladies. A splendid lot of
Black Silk. Ladies' striped and barred Silk,
;Muslin, Linnen Goods, and in fact every article
of wearing apparel nocessary for ladies.
Hosiery and Fancy Goods.
Also all kinds of Dress Trimmings, Gloves.
Ribbons, Nair Braids, Dress Caps, nod
ecrer other article tonally kept in a country
Straw Hats of the latest styles, Sills, Crap
and Straw Bonnets.
HATS & CAPS,
of the latest styles, and of every color.
ROOTS & SIJOES
Our stock of Boom and Shoes cannot be beat as
for quality and elmapness of prices ; it is an ,
doubtedly the finest in town—no ox , cevtion.
CARPETS, and Oil Cloths.
A splendid assortment of Carpets, Duggiti act
The best assortment in town, not excepting the
"Hardware establishment," and at lower
WILLOW WARE, &e,
Cedar-Ware, Ropes, Cords and every variety of
Goods, such as are usually kept inn country
store, ran be had hy.ealliny at the Cheap Store
.17 & W. SArf ON
A very good ankle of Mackerel, Herring, Cod
fish, Shoulders, and Dried Beef, Just rtr
ceived and for sole at the cheap corner opposito
the Dort Office, known as the store of
.1. & W. SAXTON.
Umbrellas and Parasols, Of n new style, jaw
received and for sale by J. & W. S. A XTON.
Carpet Bogs, Fans, and Lollies' Dress Collor*:
of every variety, and most Irettutitul styles, for
solo by J. & W. SAXTON.
The flout assortment of Fancy Cossimers ev
er offered ; also vesting, Coat Cossimers, and at
loner prices than con he purchased at any other
house in town, fur sole by J. & W. SAXTON.
Huntingdon, April la, IS3d.
THE FIVE PER CENT SAVING FUND:
Of Ilie National Safety Company.
initaut st Corner Third &reel.
1111L.11 , E1.1'111.1.
Incorporated by the Slate of Penn
irotley is received in any sum largo or small
.131 and interest paid from the day of deposit.
The Office in open every day, from 9 o'clock
in the morning till 7 o'clock in the evening, and
on Monday end Thursday evenings, till 9 o'clock
INTEREST FIVE PER CENT.
All sums large or small, arc paid back in gold
on demand without notice, to any amount.
President, Hon, HENRY L. BENNER,
Vice President, ROBERT SELFRIDGE.
Secretary, WM J. Reim.
Henry L. Ilenner, C. Landreth Bono,
Edward 1.. Carter, F. Carroll Brewster,
Robert Selfridge, Joseph B. Barry,
Samuel K. Ashton, Hen. L. Churchman,
Jurors B. Smith, Francis Lee.
The investments of the Fund now amounting
to more than one MILLION of dollars, in accor
dance with the net of incorporation aro made in.
Mot toges, Ground Bents, and in such first-class.
necurities as must always insure perfect security
to the depositors, and place beyond all tisk the
permanency and stability of this old and well
Feb. 20, 1856.
This school has been opened in the Hall for
merly occupied by the "Sons of Temperance,"
on Hill street. Ihe course of instruction em
braces Single and Double Entry book-keeping,
lectures un commercial science. and also lectures
on commercial law, Ethics, and political econo
my, delivered by members of the Site.
* The student Pusses through a con;sit comprk
sing over lour hundred foruts ' writing mit, jour—
nalizing, posting end closing four entire sets of
books, solving problems, Sr., precisely as in re
al business, and in addition to this he lots large
practice in oral and blackboard exercises, in o
pening and closing Single and Double Entry
Books, in Partnership, Administration, Joint,
and Compound Company settlements, in recei
ving a partner into elapartnership, and settling
with u retiring one, all of which, together with
various other exercises and calculations cannot
fail to give full tatisatetion and profit the Turn
er. Students can enter at any time n day or e
vening, class or both if they wish, the time is
unlimited, they can leave at any time and re
. turri at pleasure without additional charge.
For any other particulars, address personally
or by letter T. H. POLLOCK,Priucipal.
Assistance given when required in opening
and closing books. [April 2,1856.-1).
A 14ZW DTSCOIMNT.
In the healing art. Those afflicted with all
kinds of Tumors, Wens, Cancers, Fungus,
ilannetedcs, Scl;orrus, Goiter, Polypus, &e.,
or any growth or Sores, no nuttier on what part
of the body, can be cured by an entirely new
method, without costing, caustic or pain, (if cu
rable). Those afflicted with Blindness, Deaf
ness, and other Diseases, no matter what their
name may be, can rest assured of finding relief„
and theretbre should not delay is moment. Write
disease and symptoms full and you can receive
an answer by return mail; to insure en answer
enclose the small sum of Twenty-five Cents, to
warrant him in spending his time for your bene
fit. All other letters must have a post stamp en
closed to pre-pay. answers. N. ll—Dr. K. is a
lhere is no need to sick distant places, to
undergo a painful *ration, and spend a fortune
when you can be cured with little expense, and
without suffering, near home.
Address, Do. C. L.KELLING,
Mechanicsburg, Cumberland county, Pa.
ARE VOU INSURED
EXCHANGE INSURANCE CO.
NO. 11, MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE,
FIRE INSURANCE, perpetual or limited,
made in town ot country, on every description
- 1:;;;;Oaliiomptly paid.
J. McDOWEI.L, Jo., Secretory,
W. BREWSTER, Agent, IluOTnacoos.
Jan. 23, 1856.-tf.
TILE (A ioda in Col. UWIN'a Store are sellin g
out 1. y retail ol ma, and they will be told
helm. eos', and upon limo to any ono who will
boy the hole stock or a large part of it.
• • •• • .