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Ile that by the plough would thrive,
Biraself, must either hold or drive."
CRIMP IN CALVES.—Knielrisch obser
ved a case of croup in a steer nine months
old. As there was imminent danger of
suffocation. tmchetomy was performed,
and a mass of piirulent mucus, tolerably
firm, about the thickness of a finger and
five inches long, passed out, and had the
appearance of having filled a bronchial
ramification. As soon as this corpose ex
udation had been expelled, all sort of as
phyxia. disappeared, and the animal was
inctanteously restored to health.
As a singular occurence, Gros-Claude i
relates a case of angina membranscea
(pseudo•membranous croup,) in a nine
year old ox ; the disease has hitherto on
ly been described as occurring in young
animals. The false membranes in ques
tions occur in the air-passages. Sticker
has seen cylindrical masses of semi•organ
ized lymph. measuring from ten to four
teen feet in length;- and another German
veternary surgeon, Prehr, has seen por
tions, from three to four feet in length, pass
oat with the dung.
On a recent visit in Aberdeenshire, I
was several times consulted about laryn
gitis in calves, which not uncommonly
ends in death, and the mucous mem!
brane of the air-passage is then found
covered with semi organized lymph. I
saw two of these cases,'like croup of in
fants, and the dyspnma was very marked..'
The act of breathing was audible at a long
distance. These might justly be ewes of
stridulous laryngitis, or catarrhal croup.--
The cough was not so marked, as the so
norous respiration, and the appetite of
the animals was at first almost undistur
bed. lam not aware that croup has been
unusually prevalent in Aberdeenshire of
late, but I trust to collect further informa
tion on the subject.
WHEN AND How TO SOW CLOVER.-
Judging from experience as well as obser
vation, we think decidedly the best season
is during the months of March or April,
according to the latitude. Some sow up
on the scow—as it is easily to see whether
the seed fall evenly, and when the snow
melts away it in part washes the earth up
on the seed. But even this is objec
tionable, since some of the seeds will re
main uncovered, and in the event of a sud
den thaw or rain, currents of water will
be produced, which will wash the seed
into furrows or low spots.
Our most successful practice has
been to wait until the snow has departed,
and choose a morning or evening, when
the ground is frozen an inch or so deep,
and when there is little air stirring, and
then carefully sow the seed as evenly as
possible. At this time the surface of the
earth is filled with little crevices formed by
the frost, - Into these the seeds fall, and
when the ground thaws again, most of
them are thoroughly covered as if planted
by hand.—Ex. •
THE ORIGIN OF WHEAT.—The origin
of wheat which we now cultivate, is invol
ved ;n considerable obscurity. Nowhere
is it found to exist native. In a paper in
the 'Edinburgh Review,' the author of it
takes the ground that all cereals have been
developed, by cultivation, from grains hav
ing, in their natural state, scarcely any res
emblance to those now cultivated, and he
asserts that the particular plant from which
wheat has originated is a grass growing
wild on the shores of the Mediterranean,
and known to botanists by the name of og
ilaps. if this is true, it will afford some
clue to solve .the question, "does wheat
ever become cheat."
HAVE You A MANURE SHED ?—The
advantage of covering manure is urged
in strong terms. The best cultivators re-'
cognize utility in it. We would remark
that the roofing of this shed must be suffi
ciently open to admit of sufficient moisture
to ensure decomposition. Or if entirely
tight, a better plan is to supply it from a
tank into which all liquid manure of the
stables and yard is conveyed by the use of
a pump, 'fhis system makes most ele
gantly decomposed and very strong man
VENTILATINO HAY ST...cane—The Brit.
lab farmers have a method of ventilating
their hay, oat and barley stacks, which
we may frequently adopt with advantage ;
and in stacking corn-stalas it would be al
ways beneficial. They fill a beg, say 3a
feet high, and 20 inches in dtamer, with
straw, and place it vertically in the centre
of the stack, putting the barley, oats, or
hay, whichever it may. happen to be, a
round it. As the stack rises they lift the
Back; and so on to the top. In this way
there is a chimney formed in the centre of
the rick or hay, into which the steam or
gases generated find their way and escape
WOUNDS IN SHEEP.—Take the leaves
of elder tree, and make a strong decoc
tion, and wash the parts affected two or
three times a day, and you will not be
troubled with flies or worms. It also re
moves fever !rout the wound and is heal.
ENRICH THE 501L,..11 should be the
object of every tiller of the soil to leave
his land in good condition after the remo
val of a crop, and, at the same time, ob
tain as remunerating returns as possible.
This can be dune only by husbanding all
the sources of fertility upon the farm, and
adding thereto in every available scanner.
This IS the Alpha and Omega of progres
CAMPHOR A REMIDY FOR biros.—Any
one desirous of keeping seeds from the
depredations of mice, can do so by mixing
pieces of camphor gum in with the seeds.
Camphor placed in drawers or trunks
will prevent mice from doing them injury.
The little animal objects to the odor, and
keeps a good distance trout it.
eglr A good farmer never leaves his
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IN BLAST AGAIN !
Huutthgdon , Foundry.
9 1 HE SUBSCRIBERS TAKE THIS ME-'
thud of informing their triend&and the pub
lic generally, that they have rebuilt the Hunt
ingdon Foundry, and are now in successful op
eration, and are prepared to furnish casting of
all kinds, of the best quality on the shortestno
tice and most reasonable terms.
Farmers are invited to call and examine our
Ploughs. We are manufacturing the Hunter
Plough, (this plough took the premium at the
Huntingdon County Agricultural Fair, in 1855)
also Hunter's cplebrated Cutter Plough, which
can't be beat, together with the Keystone, Hill
side, and Barshear Ploughs. We have on hand
and are manufacturing stoves, such as Cook,
Parlor and office stoves fur coal cr wood.
consisting of Kettles,Boilers, Skillets, &c., all
of which will be sol cheap for cash or in ex
change for country produce. Old metal taken
for new castings. By a strict attention to busi
ness and desire to please, we hope to receive a
slide of public patronage.
J. H. CUNNINGHAM & BRO.
April 30, 1856.-ft.
Gas I Gas-Lights are Coming I
AND SO ARE
o. a Cn7o gliAßVCsliqt,
NOT WITH GAS
But with an entirely new and well assorted stock
FALL% W INTER
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS Si. SHOES, BATS & CAPS,
SONNETS, CARPETS, and Oil
and every other article usually kept in a awn
try store. We have one of the beet selected
stocks of DRY GOODS ever often dto the
citizens of this place and vicinity, and de deter
mined to sell lower than can be•purchased east
ofthe Allegheny. Give us a call and be satis
fied of the fact. Wo will sell on old stork at
cost. Don't forget to call at the Metropolitan
before purchasing at any other House. We also
purchase and store Grain, and it is admitted by
all that we have the safest place of unloading in
town. All kinds of produce taken in exchange
TONS Broad Top Coaljust received and
CA/ for rale by CUNNINGHAM & DUNN.
T J BADPIPE fog eale at the Hardware Store of
JAMES A. BROWN A CO.
The Lost is Found;
TUE DEAD HAVE COME TO LIFE,
.01VN ED BY ISRAEI. OILAFFIUS, ESQ.
RC. MoGILL wishes to inform his
. friends and the public generally,
that he has bought the above-named
Foundry, Patterns, Flasks, and all its
contents, and front hie long experience in the
business ho hopes to obtain a Aare of the public
patronage. As he has the Foundry in full ope
ration, ho can furnish all who may give him a
call with all kinds of Castings ; curb as Rolling
Mill and Forge Casting, Grist and Saw Mill
(Inning, improved Thrashing Moohine Casting;
and in a short time will have Cook Stoves of va
rious gine and improved patterns for wood and
coal; also ten-plate ate 7135, Air-Tight, Parlor,
and Bar-room stoves, of all mos for wood or
coal. Also Castings for house ; cellar grates ;
such as Lentels, Sills, Sash-Weights, &c. Plows
at every description of the Intent and roost hit
prnved style. Also steel soles, wagon boxes,
oven frames, largo bells and cast water-pipes.
consisting of Kettles, Boilers, &c.. having turn
ing-lathes, he will ho able to furnish env of the
above-numed articles, either wood or iron; and
he has all kinds of Castings too numerous to
mention, all of which be sold cheaper than
ever for cssh and all kinds of country produce.—
Also old metal will be taken in exchange for cas
ting. harry up your old metal and country pro
duce when any articles are wanted.
It. C. MoGILL.
A pr.23,'56.—1 y.
New Goods ! New Goods ! I
D. P. GWIN , S CHEAP STORE.
D. P. Gain has just received from Philadel•
phia a lrirge and beautiful assortment of
railtrc WINTTR GOODS.
consisting of the most fashionable Dress Goods
for Ladies and Gentlemen, such as Black Silks,
Chameleon & Fancy *Silks, French Memnon,
All Wool de Loins, Persian Twills, Coburg
CMth,Levella Cloth,Alpiteen, Debaiz, Madon
na Cloth, Wool Plaids, and any quantity of
Fancy Detains. Prints of any description.
ALSO, a large lot of dress Trimmings, dress
Buttons, Bonnet Silks, Ribbons, Gloves, Mitts,
Hosiery, Laces, Veils, Collars, Undersleeves,
Chimazetts, Mohair head dresses. Gum Belts,
Whalebones for Skirts, Silk and Linen Hose,
French Working Cotton, Fall and Wool Shawls,
and a variety of Fancy Goods too flamer°na
Also, Cloths, black and blue, black and fancy
Cassimer. Cassinets, IC. Jeans, Vestings, Flan
nels, Wt. Red and Yellow, Sack Flannels of all
colors, Canton Flannels, Cotton Drills, Nan
keen, Linsey, Muslim., bleached and unbleach
ed, Tithes, Checks, Table Ihaper, Woolen and
Linen Table Covers, Sheeting Muslin 2i yarns
wide, Woollen Coats; Caps and Comforts,
Woollen yarns cf different colors.
Silk Bonnets al the latest styles of every color.
Largest assortment in town and at prices that
Cannot be beat.
Hats & Caps, of tha latest styles,
Boots and Shoes, HARDWARE,
QUXIIINSWAILII, Buckets, Tubs, Bat
bets, Oil Cloths. Groceries, Drib() best
quality, Salt and all goods usuallykept-in a
My old customers, and as many new ones as
can crowd in are respectfully requested to come
and examine my goods No charge for Thoking.
All kinds of Country produce taken in ex
change forgoods, at the highest market prices.
The Kansas Question Settle?
BY latest arrival from the East, the subscri
bers have just received and are now opening
the largest and most judiciously selected assort
ever brought to Huntingdon. bur stock con.
sista in part, of
such as locks, hinges, screws, butts, glass, sits,
and paints, (White lead, fire proof and zinc
Mechanics , Tools,
in groat variety ; including many new inven
Lions and tate improvements.
We invite the attention of Saddlers and
Coach-makers to ourlarge 4nd splendid steel:of
Saddlery & Coach Trimming
such as saddle•trees, gig -trees, selfadjustirig
pad trees, hames, of 20 kinds, latest styles
buckles, stirrups, &d :t Birthing Hog skins, pa
tent and enameled leather, enameled muslin,
coach lace, h übs, spokes, fellows, shafts, springs,
axles, &c., Le.
Ladies and housekeepers generally, will find
it greatly to their advantage to call and exam
ine our new stock of silver and common spoons,
fine table cutlery, scissors, hellow•waro, lamps,
patent sausage grinders, and all other house.
furnishing goods ; including many new and use
In our recent purchases, we have bought at
such rates as enable us to sell even lower than
heretofore. No charge for showing goods.—
All orders promptly-attended' to.
JAMES A. BROWN & CO.
October Bth, 1836.
LATEST ARRIVAL OF
T'ala, atm VJUZIMLII tb®TO
BROAD TOP DEPOT.
21An & DUNN hi jus receiedClectstocko;
Goods, consisting of
Dry Goode, Hard-ware, Groceries,
Hats, boots and shoes.
Crockery-ware, atone and e9rthen
Ready Made Clothing always on hand,
and in short everything that is usually kept in a
BACON, SALT, I , ISII AND PLASTER,
kept constantly ;or
ball and exiimiuo our Goode and judge for
Allkinds of country produce taken in ox
change for Goods at the highest market prices.
The highest market prices paid for all kinds
Promptattention paid to storing andforward
ing all kinde of merchandise, produca,&c.
Huntingdon, Noy, 14, 1116.
The undersigned will attend to drawing Wills,
Deeds,_ Mortgages, Articles of Agreement,
Leases, Letters of Attorney, Bonds, be. De
will also arrange and state Administrator's ac
counts and attend to the passingof them before
the Register. All will be done in legal form,
and good style, and at moderate charges.
Huntin;clort, 20th January. 1867.-.
0 coNBTANTLY ON HAND.°
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JOB OFFICE 0
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0 • OFTHEi
0 . 6 1IUNT. JOURNAL." o
o The largest and best a
C o l JOB OFFICE g
0 ° IN THE COUNTY::
o JOB-WORK 0
O OP 0
0 EXECUTED 0
0 A. Cheap as the Cheapest, 0
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o () PERFECT SATISFACTION IS t o )
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o All kinds of o
Corner of of Germantown Road and New Market
Streets, on the North Pennsylvania Rail Road,
Constantly on hand or made to order, the fol•
lowing highly approved Flour Mill Machinery.
Woodward's Patent Portable Mills aud Smut
Johnston's Patent Iron Concave Bran Duo.
Stover's Patent Fuel Saving Corn Kilns.
Pierson's Patent Barrel Hoop and Moulding
Improved Bridge Steps and Bushes for Mill
The best Anchor Brand Bolting Cloth Burr &
Calico Mill Stones. ' Corn, Cola and Plaster
ALSO SOLE OWNER OF
Johnston 9 s Patent Cast Metal Con-
§12.1 ; cave
East and South• East of the Ohio and Mississip.
Warranted to take out of the offal of every
Bushel Ground, from 1 to 2} Its, of standard
flour, which could not he bolted out on account
of the electrical adhesion to the Bran.
NOTICE hereby warn all persons against
infringing my rights r sccured by Letters Pa.
tent as above, as prosecute all persons
making, selling, or using any Bran Dusters
with an Iron or Cast Metal Concave in vie•
lotion of the Letters •Patent of Joseph John.
stor., dated April 24th, 1854.
THOMAS B. WOODWARD, Proprietor.
N. R.—State and County Patent Rights fur
all the above Machines for Sale.
August 29, 1855. tf
4 11 Y
BOOKS! 1 BOOKS!
40,000 VOLUMES of now and popular
Books,embraeing every variety
usually kept in a Philadelphia Book Store, and
many of them at half the Publisher's retail price,
the subscriber now offers to the public. .
All school books used in the . county can be
had in any quantities at retail and wholesale
rates. Foolscap, Letter and Wrapping Paper,
wholesale or by the ream.
100 superior Gold Pens with Sliver and Gold
Cases, from $1 upwards.
100 Pocket and Pen knives of Rogers and
others' best manufacture.
100 splendid Port Monnaiesand Pocket Books
at 20 ets. and upwards.
8000 PIECES WALL PAPER, of
the attest and prettiest styles, just received from
Philadelphia and Saw York, prices from 10 cis.
a piece and upwards.
500 beautifully painted and sold gilled Win
dow Shades at 44 ets. and upwards.
The public I eve but to call and examine, to
'be convinced that in buying of the above stock
they w,ll he pleased and also nave money. Re
member the place, earner of Montgomery and
Railroad street WM. COLON.
GRAFF & CO.
UNo. 124 Wood Street, • •
• MANUFACTURERS OF
Cooking Stoves, Coal and Wood Stoves, Parlor
Stoves, Box Stoves, Hollow Ware, Plain and
Fancy Grates & Fenders, Sad and Dog Irons,
Portable Forges, Sugar, Tea and Stove Kettles,
Wagon Boxes, &c.
Nov. 26, 1856.—1 y,
PILES! PILES! PILES I
Are you suffering with the Piles, inwardly
or outwardly? •
If so, use Dr. Duprios' Celebrated Remedy.
Warruuted to cure in all cases.
The above i;' the only remedy that has ever
cured effectually. city references and testi•
If you have the Piles inwardly, ask fora box
of Dr. D:l3 Pills—only 50 cents.
If you have the Piles outwardly, ask fur a
box of Dr. D:6 Ointment—only 50 cents.
For sale by JOHN Roan, Iluutingdon, Pa.
Adams A; Co.'s Express.
T. B. SIMONTON, Agent, Huntingdon.
Money, Packages, end good. °fall kinds, re
ceived and forwarded at the rick Of the company,
to all the cities and principaltowne in the United
State May 1,.52.
Dr. John McCulloch,
Offers his professional services to the citizens ot
Huntingdon and vicinity. Office, Mr. Hilde
brand's, between the Exchange and Jackson's
Huntingdon, Aug. 29, 185,5.
Coom Ouse and Get Good Bargains 1!
J. & NV. SAXTON gave received from the eae•
tort cities au assortmeut of Silks, Shuw•ls, Tal
mas, Dress Goode and Embroideries. They
have adopted the motto—"quick miles and
small profits." Give them u call.
MEDICAL ADVERTISEMENTS. ,
Greatest Medical Discovery of
Dr. Komie.lY, or Roxbury, bat Aliseovered in
ono of our common pasture weeds a remedy that
%WWI ERA Cff TREPOIAD
from the worst scrofula down to a common pier
He has tried it in over 1100 cases ' and never
hilted except in two eases. (both thunder humor.)
He has now in his possession over fwu hundred
certificates of its virtue, ail within twenty miles
Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing
One to three bottles will cure the worst kind
of Pimples on the lave.
Two ur three bottles will cure the system of
- 1 7 t;o hottica aro warranted to aura the worst
case of Erysipelas.
One to two bottles are warranted to core nil
humor in the EStes. .
Two bottles are warranted to cure running of
the ears and blothes among the hair..
Four to six bottles are warranted tp cure
corrupt and running ulcers
One bottle will cure scaly corruption of the
Two to three bottles are warranted to cure
the worst ease of ringworm.
Two to three ' , ogles are warranted to cure
the most desperate case of rheumatism.
Three to four bottles are warranted to cure
the salt rheum.
Five to eight bottles will cure the worst case
of scrofula. .
A benefit it always experienced from the first
bottle, and a perfect cure is warranted when
the above quantity is taken.
Header, I peddled over a thousand bottles
of this in the vicinity of Boston. 1 knew this!
effect of it in every case. eo tare as water will
extinguish tire, so sure will this cure humor.—
I never sold a bottle of it but that sold another;
after a trial it always speaks for itself. There
tare two things about this herb thus appear to
me surprising; first it grows in our pastures in
some places quite plentiful and yet its value
has never been known until I discovered it in
184 h—second that it should cure all LIMN of
humor. _ .
In order to give some idea of the sudden rise
and great popularity of the discovery. I will
state that in April, 1853, I peddled it and sold
about six bottles per day—in April, 1834, I sold
over one thousand per day of it.
Seine of the wholesale Druggists who have
been in business twenty and thirty years, say
-that nothing in the annuls of patent medicines
was over like it. There is a universal praise
s: it from all quarters.
In my own practice I always kept-it strictly
for humor—but since it introduction as a gen
eral ti mily medicine, great and w tudertul vir
tues have been found „in it that I never suspect
Several eases of epileptic fits-r-a. disease
which was always considered incurable, have
been cured by a few bottles. 0. what a mercy
if it will prove effectual in all cacao sr that•
dreadful malady—there are but few who have
more of it than I have.
I know of several cases of Dropsy, all of
whom aged people cured bv it. For the vari
ous diseases of the Liver, Sick Headache, Dys
pepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, Pain in the
Side, Diseases of the Spine. and particularly
in diseases of tie Kid.) s, he., the di,wvery
hes done more good' than any • medicine ever
No change of diet over necessary—eat the
best you can get and enough of it.
14uuscvions colt MM—Adults ono table
spoonful 'per dav—Children over ten ears des
sert bpuainfull—:Children front live to aught years
teuspoonfull. As no directions cue he upplien.
Ole to all constitutions, take sadi.tiont to over
ate on the bowels mice it day,
No. 120, Warren St., Roxbury,
T. W. Dyott, General Agent for
Wholeside Agents.—N. V. City, C. V. Click
ncr, 01 Barclay Street—B. H. Ring, 122 Broad
way.—Rusliton and Clark, 275 Broadway.—A.
& 1). Sands, 100 2 ulton Street.
For sale by G. W. Brehm., kleVeytawo ;
Mrs. Mary Marks, Lewistown; T, Read & Son,
And sold by Agents generally.
CARRIAGE & WAGON
M AN UFA C
io ll p ' e E c i t l ful ß lv O i A till t i h s a tt l e fu p l ul f , l li r c p' in st get v e o rt r il , tl n i o a;
he is prepared to manufacture at his shop un
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.—
Roekuways and Buggies of a superior manufac
ture and finish always on hand and fur sale at
Repairing of all kinds dons at the shortest no
tice and most reasonable terms.
Huntingdon, May 28, IRS6.—Iy.
FALL AND WINTER
♦T THE HUNTINGDON CLOTHING STORE
A. • WILLOUGHBY,
HAS just returned from the east with a large
and splendid assortment of
Fall aced Winter Clothing,
for men and boys, made in the latest lashion cop
in the most durable manner. Who over want
to be droned better and cheaper than anybody
else in town, let him call at W•l.t.ouuttuy's
CHEAP CLOTHING STone, one door west of T.
Read & Son's drug gtore, Huntingdon.
Call and no for yourselves
Oct. 18, 1854.
JOUN SCOTT, Seam. T. Duo 'Ali
man wavozni f ,
Attorneys at Law,
Office eame ae that formerly occupied by John
Oct. 19, 1853.
MCA. P. ttalaeL3ml;
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
'Willattend to all business entrusted to;bim.of
lice nearly opposite the Court House
May 5, '53
Something New at Huntingdon.
The celebrated Centre County Iron fot salb
at the following prices :
Four ceuts per lb for common assorted from
4 inches square and round up. 4} cents fur
Horse-shoe and Spike-rods, including 3 and I
inches square, and 5 cents for Nail-rods, at the
cheap store of
CUNNINGIUM & DUNN
DR. D. R. GOOD,
Having located in Petersburg, Huutiegdon co.,
Pe.. respectfully offers his professional services
to the citizens of that place, and surrounding
November 19, 1859.-in
MEDICAL ADVERTISEMENTS. I TERMS OF, THE JOURNAL.
BALTIMORE ..LOCK 110SPITAL. • TERMS I
... DOC TOR JOHNSTON. The "linwrixonort JounitaL" is published a
rprlE founder of this Celebrated Institution, ho following 'atoll;
I offers the most certain, speedy, and only If paid in advance $1,60
effectual remedy in the tooth! for Gleets, Stile- If paid within six months after the time of
taros, Seminal Weakness, Pain in the Loins, 1 subscribing
Constitutional Debility, Impotency, Weakness If paid at the end of the year 2, 01)
of the Back and Limbs, Affectionshl the Kid- 1 Ana two dollars and fifty cents if not paid till
nem Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Ner- ofter The expiration of the year. No subscriptio,
will be taken for a less period than six months,
vans Irritability, Disease of the head, Throat,
Nose or Skin ; and all those serious and melon- , and no paper will be discontinued, except at the
eholy disorders arising from the destructive option of the Editor, after it has went over the
habits of Youth, which destroys both body and I time or subscribing, until the end of that rear,
mind. Those secret and solitary practices are ! Subscribers living in distant counties,orin other
more fatal to their victims shun the song of the States, will be required to pay invariably its
Syrens to the inarinerlllysses, blighting their advance.
most brilliant hopes of anticipations, rendering 10" The above terms will be rigidly adhered
marriage, ite., impossible. to in nil eases.
-..... ........,..........,... ...
Toting Men, . ADVEnTISEMENTS
especially, who have become the victims of Sol- Will be charged at lbe following. Hite.:
itary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit, 1 insertion. 2to 3 do.
which annually sweeps to an untimely grave si x lie„ or le„, $ 25 $ 37,1 $ 50
thousands of young men of the most exalted One square (16 lines,) 50 75 1 011
talents, and brilliant intellect, who might oth- Two ~ (32 ,‘ ) 100 •t 50 2Ou
erwise have entranced listening senates with i Three " (48 " ) 150 225 300
the thunders of eloquence, or waked to ecstasy , BusineAs men advertising by the Quarter, Halt
the living lyre, may cull with all confidence. 1 Year or Year, will lie charged the following rates:
Marriage ' 1 3 mo. 6 inn. 19 nun.
Married persons, or young men contemplat One square, $3 00 $5 00 $8 00'
wig marriage, being aware of physical weak- Twn ;Nun., 500 650 12 50'
ness, organic debility, deformities, fix., should Three Elmira, 750 10 00 15 04
immediately- consult IX. Johnston. Four squares, it 00 14 00 23 00
He who places himself undtr the care of Dr. , in , o .q.nre,,, 15 00 25 00 38 00
Johnston may religiously confide in his honor as , Ten square., 25 00 40 00 60 OD
a gentleman, and confidently rely upon his skill 1 Business Carla not exceeding air"; int ,, , One
a a physician. year, $4.00.
Organic Weakness. Agents for the Journal.
immediately cured, and full vigoi• restored, The following persons we jutve appointed Agents
• This disease is the penalty must frequently cur the HUNTINGDON JOURNAL, who are author
/Ad by those who have become the victim of iced to receive and receipt for money paid on sub
improper indulgencies. Young persons are too seiiption, and to take the names of new subscri
apt to commit excesses front not being aware of bers-at otthpublished prices.
the dreitdrul consequence that may ensue.— We do this for the convenience of our subsivi- •
Now, who that understunthi the subject will pre- hers living at a distance from Huntingdon.
tend to deny that the power of Procreation is i Join, Hollidaysburg-,
lost sooner by those tilling into improper habit GEORGE W.VOICCELIUS;..dromweII township.
Rum by the prudent. Besides being deprived IlEffnv HonsoN, Clay township.
of the pleasure of healthy offspring, the most se- DAVID ETNIIIE, Cromwell township.
rious and destructive symptoms to mind and be- . Dr.J. I'. Mucus!, Penn township,
dy arise. The sys,tem becomes deranged , the J. WAREHAM Marren:, Franklin township,
physical and incntal powers weakened, nervous SAMUEL. STEFFY, ' Jackson township,
debility, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, in- Col. Jteo. C. \Val's" Brady township,
digestion, a wasting of the &mite, cough symp- , MORRIS BROWN, Springfield township, •
toms of Consumption. • ' WM. HUTCIIINSON,Esq., Warriorsuntrh tp.,
Office No. 7, South Frederick Street, se- Moue. W. WHITTAKER, Petersburg,
ven doors from Baltimore street. East side, up NEUF, West 13arrec.
the steps. Bo particular in observing the name ' JOIIN BALSBACII, IVnter-ir t.
and number, at you will mistake the place. Maj. CIIARLES MICKLEY. Tod by.thship,
A Cure warranted, in Two Days. ! A. BLAIR, Dublin township,
NO MERCURY OR NAUSEOUS DRUGS. GEoncg IVILSON ' Esq., Tell township,
Dr. Johnston, JAMUS CLanu, 13irminghain.
NarnaxictaLTTLE, Esq., Spruce ('reel..Memiter or the Royal College of Surgeon,, . Maj. W. Mounp, Alexandria.
London, graduate from bne or the.most eminent B. F. WALLACE: Union Furnace.
Colleges or the United States, and the greater I SISI , LON WRIGHT, Esq., Union township.
part of whose life has been spent in the first that. ! Davio CLARKSON ' Esq., Cass township.
pituls of Londory Paris Philadelphia, and else- I :..;AMEEL WIGTON, Esq., Franklin township.
where, has effected some of the most astonish- , G , L ,„ ‘; silAmc,
big cures that were ever known, many troubled DAVID AURANDT Esq., Todd township.
with ringing in the bead and ears when asleep, • ii J. A LIItED SIUu6, Dublin tot •usi i
great nervousness, being alarmed at .sudden
sounds ' and bashfulness, with frequent blushing The "Join:NAL" liras 300 Subscri
attenditd sonrethnes with derangement of mind', hers snore, than any -other Favor
were cured itnmediately. 11l this county.
A Certain Disease misossgsarm,77.sionlogyp
When the misguided and imprudert 'wary ' . H. K. NEFF, M. D.,
of pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of this
T I AVING located himself in Wanittottmaso:
lo•inful disease. it to to. 0110[1 happens that ma • r i is this county, would respectfully utter his
ill-timed sense of shai[e, or dread of discovery,
professiunal services to the citizens of that plat,
deters Wan from applying to those who from esl-
~,,,, th e euuntry adia ,,,,,,.
multi. and respectability, can alone haricot] """
Isiiii, delaying till the constitutional splint..
J. B. Laden, M. 5). Gen. A. I'. Wilson,
of this horrid dike.° make their appearance, M.A. ll end ... fi, „
. Wet. F . orb ,. E,,i,
such as ulcerated sore throat, diseased nose, ! J. 11. Durt4ey, „ • Lou. James Gw e n..
e ue tyroul pains in tits head and limbs, dinners , m. s tewart , ~ John Scott, Esq.-
sight, deafness, nodes on the slate tunes,
anus, blutelses . tin: head, face and extrefnit7e ' ; L , I I "'' Gu°rg' Taylor, //oath.,
progiessing with fright's!' rapidity, till at last : ;Jacob M Gem:Dill, 51. D., Alexandria.
the iodate of the mouth ur the bones of the nose
this awful disease be.
comes a horrid. object of commiseration, till ' •
! John 111'Culloa, . 4 l'tfroburg.
fall iii, nod the victim of
death puts a period to his dreadful sufferings, by ,
sending him to "that bourne from whence no
traveller returns," To such. therefore, Dr. , 11,Aiss GUINO EAST.;
Johnston lilUdges himself to itreserve the most Nail T. I Ex. T. I fife[ 't
inviolable secrecy, and from his extinsive prat. Traits leaves P. M. A. M. 4 1'. 51.
hue in the first hospitals of Strops and Arneri- , Petersburg. 2:40 3,38 9.90
ea, he can confidently recommend a safe and I Huntingdon, 3.03 :1.54 9.52
*needy earn to the unfortunate victim of this hot- .Mill Creel:, :3.10 4.04 • 10.01
rid disease. ' Mt. Union, . 3.33 .1.12 10.1
It is It melancholy fact that thousands fall via , . Tall:. Cif/MU West.
tiles to this horrid disease owing to the unskil- I T ra i n 1,, : „. o , 1.,. m . A. It A.
fulness Of ignorant pretenders who by the use .11 .m t. Imi t ,„ , d.,,,..; 7.02 12.:
that deadly poison Mercury, ruit . the amid -
Mill Creole 5.09 '7.18 12.4
tution, and either send the unfortunate potterer „ main don, .., 18 . 7.32 % 1.02
to . untimely grave, or make the residua of his .!t! g . , • _...
life mit erable. I etethburg, !. 0..4 74,
'rake Particular Notice.
Dr. J.. addresses all those who)urve injured INDUSTRY MUST PROS
themselves by improper indulgencies. IT N. BALL respectfully solicits the attention
These are some of the sad and melanchol
, •of the farming community to a quality at
y Plouglin which he is .w manufacturing; and All
of produced by early habits of youth,. via t have ready fur sale ill a few days, be is glee pre-
Weakness of the Bisek and Limbs, Pains in the pared to make harrows, wagons carts, wheel
of Si g ht ' L ' s of Mn "" 1 " P ° " - barrows, &c., site., and to do all kind of repairing
er, Palpitation of.the Heart Dyspepsia, Nervws at the shortest notice, and in rho most substantial
Irritability, Derangements of the Diges t a
Functions, lenersti Debility Symptoms of Con- Shopon N. W. conierut Montgusery and Wash ,
sumption, &.3. ' ingtun sts.
NIEnTALLY—The fearful e ff ects on the mind Alarell 27 11325-0.
are much to be dresitledk Loss of memory, Con
fusion oh leas, Depression of Spirit, Evil For.
bodings, Aversion to Society, Self Distrust,
Loie of Solitatly, Timidity, &e., are some ethic
Thousands of persons of all ages, caw now
fudge what is the cause of their deelning health.
Losing their vigor, becoming weak, pule and
emacilad, bavii . singular amieuraum; the
eyes, tough and symtoms of consumption.
Dr. Johnston's Invigorating 'Reme
dy for Organic Weakness.
By this great end important remedy, weakness
of the organs is speedily cured and fall vigor re
stored. Thousands' of the most debilitated and
nervous, who iiad lost all hope, have been im
mediately relieved. All Impediments to Mar
riage, Physical or Mental Disqualification, Ner
vous irritability, Tremblings and Weakness,
or exhaustion of the most fearful kind, speedily
cured by Doctor Johnston.
who have injured themselves by a certain prac
tice indulged in when alune—a habit ftegtiontly
learned from evil companions, or at school—the
effects of which are nightly felt, even when a
sleep, and it' not cured renders Marriege impos
sible, and destroys both mind and body, should
What a pity that a young man, the hope ofhis
country, and the darling of his parents should be
snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of
life by the consequence ot deviating from the path
of nature and indulging in a certain secret habit
Such persons before contemplating ,
should reflect that a sound — mind and hody are
the most necessary requisites to promote coons-,
bial happiness. Indeed without these, the jour
ney through life becomes a weary pilgrimage,
the prospect hourly darkens to the view; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair, and tilled
with the melancholy reflection that the happiness
of another becomes blighted with our own.
OFFICE NO. 7, SOUTH FREDERICK ST.,
The many thousands cured at thin Institution
within he last 15 years, and the numerous im
portant Surgical Operations performed by Dr.
Johnston, witnessed by the Reporters of the pa
pers, aud many other persons, notices of which
have appealed again and again before the pub
lic, in &sufficient guarantee to the afflicted.
N. B. There are so many ignorant and
worthless quacks advertising themselves as
Physicians, ruining the health of the already af
flicted. Dr. Jolins'n deems it necessary to say to
those unacquainted with Ids reputation that his
Diplomas always hang in his office. •
OWL.. Novicc.—All letters must he post
paid, and contain a postage stamp for the reply,
or no answer will be sect.
A. P. WI t.sosr. - It. Button PETHIAIN
WILSON & PETRIKIN,
./17'7'01LIV EYS .IT *Law,
Practice in the several Courts of 11 unting4lon
Blair, Cambria, Centre, Main and Juniata Coun
ties. - March 23, 1853.
FEMALE LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
11l library will be open every Saturday
ternoou, at o'clock, in their room in the
Court House. Subscription SO cents a year.
New Look's have been added to the former ex
cellent collection.—Gilllillen's works, Hugh
Miller's, Mrs. Ellet's rte.
By order of the
Huntingdon, Oct. Ist, 1856.
THE partnership heretofore existing between
Myton and Messer is by mutual consent dis
solved, and all persons knowing themselves in
debted to the said firm, will please call and set
tle their accounts without delay.
MY roN & MOSSER.
Saulsburg, April 2, 1855.—tt
Dissolution of Partutirbhip.
The Partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, is this day by mutual consent
dissolved. The business will be carried on
hereafter, by John Huyett, Jr., at the old stand.
JOHN lIUYETT, Jr.
Oat. 31, 1855.—tf.
J. W. Saxton have now on hand different
kinds of Window Sash, and at much lower'pri•
ces than can be made by hand. They will be
able also to have Doors, Shutters, Blinds and
everything necessary for building purposes,
made at the shortest notice.
liar A splendid lot of Fancy and Striped
Silks, French Merino,Cashmere, Lyouese Cloth
Robes, Feu!) , and Striped Delames, Persian
Twills. Also, a handsome assortment of Col.
hers, Undersleeves and Mitts,jull received and
for sale cheap, by J. 8; W . SAXTON .
ea-COUNTaIr DEALERS can buY
CLOTHING from me in Hunthwd,on at Whole
sale, as cheap as they can in cities, as I have
a Wholesale st me in Philadelphia.
Apr.9,'56. H. ROMAN.
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"Journal Oflice.” We have now prepared aye
ry superior article of BLANK DEEDS, BOND},
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