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I RESIGNATION or MR. CLAY.-It appears that I We - The Emperor Nicholas of Russia
Inasmuch as the above recommendation and
))unfingblin Nurnal. ct i l l s , po u i n nt d out the plainenduring
overto ti practical, i c p a r I,,s,c,lnet• Omen!. lictus, , Mr. Clay, of the House of Representatives, said •the Americans were destined to be-1
National Administration and its tyrannical and _ • - I
on Foreign Relations, The wonder is, that he •
ss._ ~\ e -:, , ,N 1 ,.// ' • • a -- ---- sectional policy, I therefore request the Repub.
MIL SAMUEL DIGGINS.Nned MISS NAN,
ear Thore was a grand Locofoco Row „s ie m d save , •
been placed upon so important a i mprovements in every class of arms which ' On the ltth Met e by Simeon Wrieht, Esq..
- --,...7: -, - ----- ----- of Delegates to the above Convention . in 1 ottsville, on Monday, occasioned, as committee. Not that, like a aliened child dis.
-•••• - f - ••
s 1 .. ,--r-. W3I. B. THOMAS, all Locofoco rows are, by the lust Nr office pleased with his rattle, and in a rage throwing enterpri-ing inventors, during the Crimea Huntingdon Co., Pa.
' i'' - * - • !e , '‘...s -- -- ,, --. Chairman of the Republican Slate Cone..
fthe't but finding I . , 'eons treated
appears that there was a struggle or i. aside; his pro; oat 1 ..
men, and led to very large orders on our Spruce, Creek. Pa.
H. L. Harvey to Vise Lizzie Gardner, all of
Philadelphia, June l, 1838.
ts ftervtc,_v.slo4. -1, _.........
1 ,7 !--,,-_ _-..- A la. x.4 -:;,-,, UNION MEETINGS. Postmastership of Pottsville between the with re•glect, in a huff, has withdrawn from an
Irish and the Dutch-the Nriner bearing honor unmerited, and which ought never to American niechanics. MIOMMOGIIMMMJ,
the claims of Michael Cochran, , recently have been conferred. Oh I how lamentable
Untivit Lesses.---A recapitulation of ' . 1 eIILADELPHIA MARKETS.
It is manifest to every free citizen, for the country, and galling, as it must be, for PIIILADELPIIIA, May 12, 1838.
WM. BREWSTER, whether attached to the Whig, Democrat• appointed, while the la ter were vonifer
gallant Kentucky, that so noble and beloved a the damage done by the recent hail storm
FLOUR-Supertine. per barrel, $4 25(ie,!( 37
Editor and Proprietor. ous for the appointment of H. J. flendler „
tc, Republican, or American party, that R epresentative, so great and . good a man in the vicinity of Fredericksburg, VS.. GS- G Extra • c , 4 50((t3 75
Wednesday Morning June 16, 1858. Editor of the German Locofiwo paper in family '. 4 73(4,5 5U
course of the National Administration,
the • • ' ' as the Failiee, should have been succeeded by iiinates the loss to be one hundred and fif. . a
, Rye Flour and Corn Meal 3 31
, , that place. Tne belligerents mei in Coen- ty thousand dollars. Over 560,000 bush-
The Circulation of the Hun- deserves the rebuke of II free people. 1 o
e. so weak and shallow a Son.
ty Democrat i c meet i ng at the Court House ••• - •
don Journal, is great- secure that end union of action is all that e els of wheat were destroyed within a Wl , ,eat- red, bu , s , liel, 90(k1 00
er than the Globe and Am- s needed. si•-z. The Philadelphia Press th us puts an
in Pottsville last Monday, and an open . . . length of ten and a breadth of three miles.' White 1 oSereeS.l 15
extinguisher on the hop. of certain members ßye
erican combined. We therefore, call upon the citizens of war ensued. The Irish forces nominated
of Congress, who look forwa:d to a re• nomina• --- - --••••••••-s--
A. Kansas Fish. Corn 41 71
Cochran for President; the Germ. co lion Oahe r. 38
the several to enships, who are opposed to
CLUBBING WITII MAGAZINES. A Kansas correspondent thus alludes to Cloverseed $4 38@, I 50 per GI pounds.
beets •went in' for H an dler. Both strug-
The Huntingdon JOURNAL for one year, and the present National Administration; es- It begins to be more than manifest that
a fish recently caught in Kansas river: Timothy seed
glad for possession of the Chair, and n scarcely any b o d y can be elected to Congress • SI 50
either of th e Magazines for the same period peciully to its despotic and fraudulent Le- A monster catfish was recently brought Flu x
' f the continent who •ot d
general fight was the result. So great from th in corner o le N e
will be sent to the address of an subscriber coinpton policy . ; and its wilful neglect of „ . " per bushel
into town, and attracted considerable at- --
to be be paid in advance es follows t the just claims of domestic industry; and was the row that the police of fi cers could fur Lecommon. 'I he brand is on the brow e of
The Journal and Godey's Lady's - Book, for who are in favor of the sovereignty of the not preserve order, and the Sheriff was le t r one , who did the deed and like . the 'scar. tendon. It was . canght in the Kimmel
one year, $3 50 compelled to interfere and ordered the 1I • - •,•d'• • •• h d •' h d
letter, it cannot he obliterated u uk, c ur - nt , r„1 rim e t e town, an weir; e
People over their own local concerns; of like the 'scarlet letter,' it is seen of all men. 124 pounds. Its length was 5 Net 2 in.
The Journal and Graham's Magazine, for O
out of the Cou r t H ouse. utside
one year, $3 50 American institutions as against the policy meeting Now, it may be a pleasing thing to power to dies, and it was 40 inches in circurnfer
the war was continued-both parties or-
sr • • • •
The Journal and Emerson's Magazine and a nd intrigues of foreign Governments; end mice. It was purchased by the proprie-
Pirtnam's iforithly, for one year, '..3 5 0 of adequate protection to our home labor, gaMzing meetings and passing resolu• e the Lecomptonites remonunated, bait it is
a much more important thing to the Demo- for of the Johnson House at 7 cents per
The Journal and Frank Leslie's l'amily Pons to suit themselves. A mer ic ans were •
to tin Township Meeting at the place crabs to put nobody tiwward who will kill orb. •
pound, and will be served for the Gytnnns
.Vagazirre caul Gazdle of .Fashion fur one year Inse t of no account. It was understood that er dindidates by the contact. If the Lecomp- .
' $3 50 of holding their general elections on Sat-
~ unities to morrow.'
The Journal and Lady's Home Magazine, urdny. the 20th„ of June, to elect two del. the party which got the upper hand was ton Congressmen want vindication, they shou ld '
for one one year, 52 73 agates to meet in Convention in 11 eating- to express the sense of the Democracy; but go to the treasury for it. There are not votes An Extensive Farmer.
The Journal and Peterson's Magazine, for don on Wednesday the 30th., of June to from the nature of the proceedings, it will enough for them in th e North, and thee the . Jacob Carroll, of Texas, is the largest
5 2 75 o
ui puzzle. Old Buck to decide which proved lng and the short of it. -
tare Tie news from Illinois sort Indiana is f armer in the United States. He owns
5,000 ncres of land. His home plants-
The Jomal and Atlantic Monthly, for one elect a delegate to represent them in the •• - ,
year, $3 50 lute Convention at Hnrrisburg on the victorious.
that those States are • pretty much drowned non contains about 8000 acres. I lot. ':,,, r-
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. th., of July; and to appoint conferees to The Growth of our Cities Old and New.
out. The prairies are full of water.-The con- ! roll has on his immense ranges of posture
e'ect 2 senatorial delegate; and for the fur- Boston was growing nearly one hun •
Attention, Guards. mint and heavy rains have beaten down the , lands about 1000 horses and mules, worth
- C h er purpose of consultation as to the most dred years b e fo re it attained a population
Novel and Extraordinary.sso,ooo, 1000 head of cattle, worth $7OOO
grain, and rendered corn planting impossible.'
I prudent and efficient means to unite the of ten thousand; Albany was two hundred Ohio is little better af. The prospects for ,
Administrator's Notice. 600 hoge, worth $2000; 300 Spanish
. People in their action against the great years; New York was one . hundred and crops of wheat and corn the coming season,
Partner wanted. mares, worth $15,000; 50 jennies, worth
' wrongs purposed by the National Admin• thirty yeare; Philadelphia Battled sixty or in those two great grain growing States, are _ ,
Heir Restorative-1 $2000; lo peke, worth $3000; and five
The Golden Prize. istration upon the rights of a free people, seventy years later, grew much faster than not very flattering at the present time.
Hair Restorative. W, P. Orbison, A. Willoughby, she older cities, and arrived at the dignity At about the same period freshets mowed I stallions, worth $2,500. His annual in ,
Notice. 31 F. Campbell, Benj. Grafius, of ten thousand in much less time, that ~ ,
on the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers, in ' come from the sale of stock amounts to
A Prize for Everybody. John Reed, J. C. Watson ' is in eget fifty years; New Orleans was , toinsylvitnia. Large quantities of lumber ' $lO,OOO, and from the sale of cotton to
Foundry.-R C. McGill. A. %Ve Benedict, J. Geo Sides, s were swept away. • $2O,
Cloth-Cleaning •-Zachariah Johnson. I' , Fish J. P. Carman, e.. -
List of Retailers. ' er, about one hundred years old before she
D Dunn,. D. Snare, had that number; during the first one Ii urn xi ' 1 acie All the iron works at Danville have
Portable Fence-H. Cornprobst.
.1. H. 'Thompson. W. Rothrock, dred years after the settlement of Boston,
c ileills 3itt ' llM been started, and are now in operation, except
Drugs.-NlcManigel & Smith. J. Williamson, RA. Miller, (1630) she was the largest city of the col the new portion of the rolling mill and one
Wigs & Toupees: , Geo. ThurgalandE . • C. Summers, woo P. Sp,
Sewing Machine.-Grover & Baker. N. Willi ams, T, G. Strickler, amass New York became as populous as KW A black snake, measuring twelve ' furnace.
Cook Stove.-Call at this Office. J. W. Modern, w. wilikiria, Boston I efore the revolutionary war. lest in length, and twelve inches in cit.., Veered-Thomas C. 'McDowell, to the Pres-
Sale of Unseated Lands. . John Whittaker, P. C Swoepe, cumference, wns killed in Greene county,' Alley of the Hollidaysburg Bank.
Dentist.-Dr. R. A. Miller. W. S Hildebrand, T. H. Cremer, • THE MORMON REBELLION OVER. recently, bye Mr. Fetter. I fee - erCtingrese a •journed rester:lay. . I
Oil Painting's to be given away. John Read, W. Summers, 1 the President has communicated to Comm. , --- • I
an• Will go into operation on Tuesday next
Catawba Brandy. j. S. Stewart, W. Rehm, 1 g reys the gratifying intelligence that the Mor. wirr Two years ago the 'retired phy. ,
i The Hollidaysburg Bank.
Liver Invigorator. • J. F. Rainey, D. M' Mu rtrie, ! mon rebellion is over. Gov. Cumming hale eician' was a poor journeyman printer. }
Purehaved-The L a t ro b e Hotel, at Lmrohe,
To Merchants and Farmers. Jas. Steel, SS. Smith, been reeoenized as the Governor of Utrth. Now he is said to be worth $100.00) I . .
J. MI 'ulloch, I by Israel Painter and John W. Geary, for 529,-
Saying Fund. R. WHivltt, Brigham Young has surrendered hie authmity man e Stage Line. ,G. Hartley, D. Blair, and the Mormons were leaving Salt Lake City e out a his tsands of life.'
•• es.- •• ! 000 I So we see it mated. •
Dr. Hardman .- To Invalids, Henry Glazier, H. Cornprobst, 1
i peacefully, going towards the South-prOba- e®' An Indian Chief, being asked his ' per Congress would adjourn yester.
Dr. nsm o ithing. G. W. Garrettson. (.Coats,
John McCulloch. W. Cermon, Jno. F. Miller,
' bly to Sonora, or some other State in M ex i co. opinion of it cask of Nbideria wine which s ey.
Cassville Seminary. 11. Williams, L. Meredith. ,It is not at all likely that there will be anything had been presented to him, said that he ,
Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. I F. 11. Lane, D. Rupert, for the troops to do, except to exercise a sort thought It was juice extracted from wenn- Gem (ix BAniEti. -Wm. IL Leonard, M.
Burr Mill Stones. Geo. H. Nash, P. Marks, •I of paiee supervision over the territory, and to an's tongue and lion's heart, for after he '
Is f 0
, writes us . from rcutt creek, Pa., that the
11. Roman.-Clothing. Robt. Cannon, J. S. Griffith, I punish refractory Indian tribes.-The ljtali
had drank of it he could talk forever and '
wiN of Planck Leary who resides near John-
Dry Goods.-Fisher & 3lcMurtne. S. Bennet. . war seems to be over, without any more bloo I-, Jan ke Darn, gave birth to three living girls our
Nicholas' Bank Note Reporter. shed than there has been in the reedit naval fight anybody, Saturday night, May 30, all of which are doing
Hardware.--J. A. Brown . SPRUCE CREEK, June 16, 1858 . ;war with Great Britain in the Gulf of Mexieo. 1 reader o t this paper is re•
Eitel • f 1 • • well. The weight of the three is about twenty
Hendee-Dr. J. R. Iluyett. NIR, EDITOR.---Ire the undersigned I Well. there is so much saved to the Treasury,four pounds ! '
Attorneys.-Scott & Brown. qu , sted to procure a near subscriber and -...
I having noticed with pleasure the coroinl I ends° much kept out of the rapacious and cit•
Paper Hanging.-Howell & Bro's. mone •to this office. TuE RICHEST MAN IN ENGI.ANIL-110 IS the
co-operations of the opposition to the Dem • pedalo pockets a army contractirs.-The send the name an d 3,
Letter Coppier for sale. Miu!quieof Westminister. His wealth is esti-
Electric Oil. ocgatic party or, in other words that pot- coidary will rejoice at the pacific ternination ReCollect only one dollar and fifty cents ii
nemel at 21,000,000. sterling, or $105,000,000;
of what appeared likely to be a serious dullest.. year,and Ina) , be sent in postage slangs
Lindsey's Blood Searcher. non of it subscribing to the Lecomptonstet Lis annual income at 700,000.
Dry Goods.-D. P. Gwin. Swindle, would with pleasure express
, The Mormons, it is now hoped, will leave the Address, Wet. 11REWsTER, iltiritingtloni ! «•..» -
Antiphlogistic Salt. I territory °film U. States, never to return.- 1 • ger Natere never looked more lovely than
through the columns of your piper, our mi ..
~,,,,,,graiiii. Da - The Washington Correspondent of F or- i„ t the prescut time. Old Mother Earth has
hearty approval of such a Union being, • mye Press says that J. Glancy Jones llllll 1 )1111 WI ber lii , st looks end ga-est attire, the Med
Foundry.-Cunningharn & Bro. funned not only in our own county but ~ I dace.. nu her ancient " till," she has 41'• •tuttl-
Another Kan Over Niagara Falls. llilliam Bigler have a re giment of clerks cut- , I •
.. p . t ..c
! ly (10,1,Pd I . l'olo view. with the luxurious gamin-
Dry Goode &m-David Grove. throughout the State. The Rochester Union says a inutit weld over gaged at the committee rooms franking the ;
iiii, all' Spring. .Justi M// only substittite , Art
Attorney.-I'. P. Campbell. i James Gardner, Nlagata Falls on Wednesday. Ile came from must offensive Lecompton documents into ! the Nature, our friend 6 mu,: Tituitost,ssii,
Consumption.-G. W. Graham. I John B. Simons,' the Canada side at Chippewa, in a sail.boat, Pennsylvania. They will find it a useless lof No. 2") South Sixth St., is covering the . bild
Suffer not.-1. Summerville. ' Nathaniel Lytle, • • Meld., of in.lond in , enerul well his eta tient,
nearly to the American shore, and was in the mutate of trouble and expense. Pennayli must ; • a • t • ~ I •
Lock Hospital. E. Beigle, act of returning, when lie wait into the minds • can't be made to swallow Lecompten any how ! - .. ,i.„ „
ight, erneeful and comlortable "Gossamer
t and Toupees. Our reades, who have
Railroad Time. E. %Valle, It was thought by those who saw him from the they can fix it. " e ,
i hal the misfortune to hose this natural orna-
Dr. H. K. Neff. J. G. Isenberg, I maul the hair , should call at his dressing rooms
Aore, thM he was imprudent in the manage•
Attorneys. -Wilson & Petnken. S. P. Wallace, ger The Rev. Henry Weld, a chaplain it, I • '• .' • . e
in Philadelphia mid examine tor themselves t la,
meld of the boat, and depended upon thi s sail
Duponco's Golden Pills. I H. Canon, the United States Navy, writing from St. fle. : su p eriorit y of te Arti c le s of his ma ,
n• tea r
long after he should hare taken it down, .d
J. Rhule, Erna, says duo ie the room where Napoleon ' those of uny other manufacturer. Ilk Ijipti4
1 11. Hanithon, resorted to his oars to save himself. It is said
died thew is now a threshing nuithine in op: ; lar hein
Hair Dye continues deservedly pope
The United American, Republican, and E. W. Graffius,r e from all deleterious r utilities and he art.
the boat was actually in the rapids before the
oration, s . re I • I
nod stalls for the horses that move i t • . •
1 l ug to t he hair and whiskers a .11, glossy, lile•
People's Committee of Superintendence fur 1 W. Wilson, so was lowered, and then it was too late. inn his bad diaiiiiii„
I like appearitece. George hne also many other
the City of Philadelphia, earnestly desirous to ; -•••••• ; Who the mau was is not known on the Ameri • • a... .d. . • - • I useful toilet articles, which he offers to th e . pub.
extend and perpetuate that union of the de- 1 B ar It appears that Hon. J. Glatiey can side. Boat and man -were lost sight of i . Stopped Work. I lie, combining two very f!?.!.•ni.:!: qr..' l l'f",.•
manta of opposition to the present National i Jones of Berke Oounty wants to be con. ' long befure they reached the great full .
.1 The•Pittsburg Chronicle says : wit :-excellence and cheapness. Let tin el'
Administration, which in this City has lately ,
resulted in such brilliant success, do hereby nulled in his present post, but there is , . .0i *I. me -- - - • I we regret ii, Ima m t h at several e r o „„,,;;;" readers who design visiting Philrideltdilit gi
! • call
respectfully suggest, and recommend to the I much kicking in the traces. 'The Read. : National Extravagance. I mills have suspended operations, and that oth• " °
State Committees representing those several . The pectic expenditures of the Government, ' ens purpose stopping in a few days. The cause
Journal says there is eve ry
elements of opposition, that they call upon the t ' -
Citizens of Pennsylvania, who erg opposed to of a glorious 'row among the Democracy '
not be less than, 883,313,880. a sum equal to exists fee hem throughout the country, and '
the present National dmnistration; espec- of old Berks.
ially to its despotic and fraudulent Lecompton ' . three dollars for each inhabitant, or tweet difficulty of finding safe customers. It is tea -!-- - --------- --- ..-,-.- --
policy, and its wilful neglect ot the just claims It Is generally understood that he will ' three dollars for every voter. Is ma this too known when they will resum I. ' I At Alexandria, on the 27th of
n ayM hist, 31r.
° "" m ''' " nal " 3 ' Diem Joves ne d4O sea • el.. t'
of domestic industry; and who aro in favor a meet with violent opposition. The anti: much to be paying fur the Wend government n ot until business woks hotter than it does just ' •- ' c' e - ' ,n 1 . 1" '''
the Sovereignty of the People over their own . Hartslog Lodge, No. 200 I. O. O. 1.. a Peen..
Jones Democrats are furious on account of in a time of almost universal peace? The now. In the deittli of Brother Jones this Lod,
local concerns; of American institutions as r
against the policy and intrigues of foreign his votes and political engineering. and de- enormous sum required for this year's exp.. e-- has lusts worthy member, and the commitinty
Governments, and of adequate protection to Clare that he must be killed off, The fun- ses, the first under Bucbanan's atiministration , YORK COUNTY.-The following items at respected citizen. God is his providence or
our home labor, to assemble in their respect- is grater by fi ve millions of dollius than the dens all for his own ends, end as Death is the
ive Senatorial and Repreaentative Districts to that the
nice! part of the pregrarnme is, t y
w , ,,, , ,, we clip from the Wrightsville Star :
t 1 amount of the national expanses from earthly end of mankind, may we all be us wal
choose delegates to a State Convention, to have suddenly become quite zealous for a . Dr A United States soldier, belong .
meet at Harrisburg, in the Hall of the House the foundation of the government to the eta . prein red to meet our Death as the Brother WI,
Protective 'Tariff Even the Gazette had of Jeffe rson , •
in t i the Carlisle Barracks, named 31c- l emm a. Th ere f ore t o ii ia t ea d 1,,. i,
of Representatives, at 2 o'clock, P. M., of Wed- • a term, a period of twenty years.
eesdpy the 14th day of July, MN, to nomis a 'leader" squinting that way, last week, --.......— Namara, was killed while in the town, on Resolved, That in the dealt el David Jones
nate Candidates for Judge of the Supreme though the Gazette has time and again rid. Tits "VIGILANCE COMMITTEE" movement in 'Thursday night last. The supposed ii.ur- ,we have lost a worthy and honored member '
Court, and Canal Commissioner. 1 one whose life was a constant illustration a the
LEONARD R. FLETCHER, President. I iculed the doctrine that Protoction was al e- New Orleans, seems to have been a ruse on deter is Francis Pierre, also a United 1 virtues of our beloved order. soci ' •
ety bus lost
J. R. FLANIOcii, 1 cessaiy for the wellbeing of tho whole die part of the Loci:Mews to wrest the City States soldier. He was committed for tri ,at active and useful citizen, and his friends a
G. A. COPFEY, Vice Presidents. I country. Has the Gazelle join ed the "di
s, , Government from the Americans, but it was
ill. ! loss which alone their hearts can feel,
W. J. P. Worm, • 11 1 no gq. "Sam" was too wide awake to be . Resolved, That to his aged and bereaved pe
er !tigers I% e were under the impres.
M. V. Se5OlEllB, 1 organizers . VI • caug ht. Pendin g the outbreak, the City Elec I rents and relatives, we tender our curliest sym•
J. R. Lvicanio., j ""'" ' stun that the ' , Coal Agency'' appointmsnt flan '. '" . . Breaks in the Susquehanna Canal.- pinkies, .d assure them t h at our hearts mourn
Philadelphia, May 20, 1858. was had, and the Americans carried all
had fixed (natters straight, but they seem to Q.uhe a serious break occurred in the Su s .. with them in their loss.
before them. re•establishing law and order.
In view of tho above recommendation, and be more crooked than ever. At the last accounts the rr e i g ii ame e were dia . quehatina and Tide Water Canal at Mc- . Resolved, That n. copy of those proceedings
..,,. signed by the Omen, be fermshed the rola•
its genaal acceptance, 1 hereby withdraw the , -•- ! handed, .d are now being arrested for treason I Calls ferry, about 18 miles below leek tives of our deceased Brother, and be publish.
call fora State Convention, issued by me, for Dr Graham et already out with his ,
the Bth of July next, and earnestly request the popular Magazine for July, it is as usu. I "°181°"1"' de. The Locofocos do not up. on Monday evening last, which rimy pos• ed in the county papers.
American Republicans of the Slate t o accept al very tnteresting, See our club list. I pear to have made much by that dodge. , sibly suepencrnavigation for a week or D. S. HENDERSON, N. G.,. •
it, and participate in the election of Delegates , ----es-sess-se-•-
1 ten days. The breech. we learn, is 70 feet . SAMUEL WORK, Y. G.,
to said Convention. Mr We are in receipt o f April and I eel- A Weather Prophet, writing to . ag- '\\ ids, GEO. W. HEWITT, Sr.c.
By order of the State Committee. arid has washed out 7 Net below th ' .
LEML TODD, ' May numbers of the Journal of Materia ' ricultural paper, says: 'When you wish to
bed of the canal. , e store tic Dwelling to Rent . at Broad
Chairman A. R. S. Coo . c . Medici', published by Tilden & Co., New know what the weather is to be, go cut and ' Top City.
Attest-Enwean M•Pitensoir, Sec. Lebanon, N. Y. We ccmmend it to the - select the smallest cloud that you see; keep The fine large Stone Store and dwelling at
CARLISLE, May 31, 1858. consideraticn of the medical fraternity. f
-, your eye upon it, and if it decreases and dis• Barn Destroyed by • Lightning.---Du• Broad Top City is now offered for rent on ver•
gives a new nod excellent treatise on the ring the thunder storm on Monday even. y accommodating terms, seal is one of the best
appears, it shows a state of the air which will
nth Americans of lennsylvania: Gelseminum Sempervirens. ( Yellow Jes e • ing lost, the barn of Mr. Gem Spahr, Stores in the County of Huntingdon. Aver y
The above recommendation having been sub- . . • e sure to be followed by fine weather; but, if in f business - ' . • h
sa can be done at this place with
milted to me for my approval, after consults -' samine.) A pocynum Can nabinu in. (br- it increase in size, take your great coat with Washington township, iu this county, was the Mines now in operation below Bread Top
ton with the majority of the members of the dian Hemp.) Gossypium Herbaceum. you, if you are going from home, for f a ili ng struck by lightning and burned to the City, and also with the surrounding country,
t merican State Committee, and a large alum' SS there 15 no good Sumo wi th in ninny miles
(Callon.) The Nlessrs Tildon are en- weather will not be far a. me reason is ground. The principal portion of its con
t., of the prominent Americans of the State,of thisl '
place, um any one keeping. a good
I cheerfully adopt it as our call for a State gaged in the preparation of the various this: when the air is becoming charged with tents and the cattle confined in stables Stock of Provisions and Goods suitable for
c onventien, and urge the members of the „m e t e , Terms 25 cents for 12 numbers. electricity, you will see every large cloud at- were saved. We understand that there Country use can undoubtedly do a very fine
American party throughout the State to parti• . tradin g leaser ones towards it, until it gathers business. To it good Tenant the Store tied
c pate in the election of Delegates. I , is an insurance on the'
building, in the Al. Dwelling will be rented on easy terms.
H. BUCHER SWOOPE, •
! iiiir We are in receipt of a very neat into a shower; and, on the contrary, when tne !
len and East Pennsborough Fire Insurance , Apply to
Chairman of American State Corn, ' spicy paper got up in the folio style, to be fluid he passing off or diffusing itself, then I 1 I , I J. M. CLARK, Agent
Clearfield, May 29, 1858. . published Monthly. It is vets woefully large Maud will ho seen breaking to m eees an d i Company of Cumberland county, but toi . Broad Top City
..--... got up. Published in Phila. by Bennett, dissolving. what amount we have not learned.
June 16, 'sB,—St.
GROVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.
495 BROADWAY, NEW YORE,
730 CHESTNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA
trarThese Machines are now justly admitted
to be the hest in use for Family Sewing, ma.
hinge new, strong, and elastic such, which will
NOT rip, even if every fitarth stitch be cut.—
Circulars sent on application by letter.
oj i T ol i e r e e r o etre A s . tzl
A t it ne it et is Bt, N, t , h ,ri e
ThnrsdaY ?vetting (17111 inst.,) at 6 ; 1
o'clock, to make arrangements for
a pnrade on the 4th of July.
Members are requested to . bring
their arms and equipments.
By order of
NOVEL AND EXTRAODDINARI6
READ! READ!! READ!!
The hest chat, te. !ally WC U,111011.101 , Pty
tenhe money Itithout ihtelfering
with their regular hus:t.,—. We will soad 111 , 11
particulate free. Address
HOWARD GRAY 3; CO..
Box 138 Golumbtm, Ohio.
(F,'"tale of Barbara Hilemma, deed.)
• Administrator's Notice.
Notien is hereby given that letters testanmn•
tau with the will annexed. have hive crowed
to the undersigned. on the entitle of Darbara
Damn, late of Morris township. All pm
arms indebted to said moat, will tberefire maim
immediate payment. and those having claims
will present them duly antheuticated for settle.
meet. DAVID STEWART,
one 1 11.%"0.-61,..
AU persons knowitte themselves indebted t,
the firm of Houtz A (Indies will settle their st
counts with the surviviel partner. Dr. IL flow?.
❑. 01:AVIV'S. Adm.,
A BEAUTIFUL BEAD
RICH GLOSSY HAIR
TO THE GREATEST AGE;
And who that is gray wouhl not hare it re
stored to former rotor; or bald. hut moth: hate
arowth restored, or troubled with dandruff
n od thing hat would have it TetrOVell. or trou
bled with scrofula, scald prod, or other erup
tions, but would he eared, or with sick headache
( nrit r o lgia) hut would he cured. It will also
onolea Irma the fare or •kin. Prof.
Wood'; flair Motorail, will tlo all thin, see
circular and the follewinA,
f t, .1. \Vu , o—Hear Sir. I hare iwitril
tivli Aahl of t'ar ,otela Olt I Oleo., Or your Ilair
I;,, , ratiee, but haring been so ctite . ll rhentee.
hytoaekery nntlnostmunit, hair tlyei. &e., I was
lii,o•etl to plate your Ilestorative in the sane
cat44.ry with tltc iliousimil anti one lomilly trim,
I,etea 1111fil 1 INVI 11111 111 1.;1 . 1'_
mole. I , llllly ~,1111' ::lice
g•ive 1111 , • t
111,, i.l nly li• . • I
:r. , I nir, tot I:ceno,c or it , !..caltliful Milu•
.1i.,. the and mind. Others or my
1,1,i:) nod friend, are ..ing you Itestorative.
lie happiest effects ; therefore. my skepti-
c,-in and (Mal. in reference to its character are
entirely removed ; and I can and do moot cordi•
ally and confidentially recommend its use by all
is would have their hair restored from white
or gmy (by rcaqou of sickness or age,) to origi
nal color and heanty, and by all young yormas
oho would have tht it hair bcautil
Very truleel II gratefully your,
rit:so : It na, Inn; line after I saw
you of I got the bottle el Ro
sstoratiro for wide!) you gaie me an order upon
your fluent in Detroit. eel when I got it wo
, roneholed to try it on Mea. Nlin i te s hulr , en t h e
gore, N.:4 of it: wover. It hes done ail that
. ‘tt me it would d": and otlwri of my
und fricutlA, having n n1104140(1 its cliect.'
arc etc using and recommending its use to oth
ers as entitled to the highest consideration you
Again, very respectfully nod truly vo,:
CARLYLE, 111, Juno 28, 1852.
I have used Prof. 0. J. Wo'oars Restor
ative, and pare admired it wonderful Matta—
/By hair was becoming, as I thought, premature
ly gray, but by the use of his Rostorative it has
resumed its original color, and, I have no doubt
S. BRESSE. ox• Senator. U. S.
0. J. WOOD & CO., Proprietors. 312 Broad
way, N. Y., (in the groat N. Y. Wire Railing
Establishment) and 114 Market Wean, St. Louis
Mo , and sold by all good Druggists.
CoLONEL G. W. CROCKETT,
THOMAS DUNN ENGLISH, M. D.,
HENRY CLAPP, Jux.,
Mus. ANNA WIMPLE
Miss VIRGINIA VAUG
Mits. DI. VERNON,
Miss HATTIE CLARE,
Writs only' for the
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411 CENTRE ST., NEW YORK.
I :day .
PRKRIRED BY DR. SANFORD.
Compounded entirely of Gums,.
IA one of the best purgative and liver meth
eines now before the public, that nets non CI,
thnrric, easier, miller, and more effectle4l Units
any they medicine known. It in not only a Ca
thartic, Inn it Liver remedy, acting first on the
Liver to eject its then on the stomarli
awl towels to carry Mr that matter. thus scenic •
plishim; two pnrmiges effeetnally. without any of
the painful Innings experience! in the operation
of most CAnsrtics. It strcgthens the system at
the mine tiler that it purges it , and when taken
daih in metterate doses, will strenghten and
linitil it up with nnitsual rupidity.
the Principal regula
; and when it per ,
:the powers of the sy
ed. dim stomach is
'lent on the healthy
the proper peiloriu-
When the stir:nor!' is
oi fault and the wholo
The Liver is one ofl4
Inn of rite lottotto
litrtos its llotetion4
fern ore lolly tievd,,,,.
nlne etaiTelr tiepen, o
action tit' the Liver lot
;owe or itA tuttetions. .
111 limit, the bowels 0rt.',14
, stem suitors in cot. mo t
—the Liver— luvinteis . ,
For the diseases Otte i
proprietors hits maile,.
rice of more than men..l; io ll
~,,,,,,,,ly WheiTlVitil tat I
ilernagement• tit wilielli%;
'nu prove that tliisl,
covered any pc rent... 7
Complaint in ims alit: l lP I,
a bottle rind concietion ! I I; iis certein.
Those gums romp:eV...oi morbid or hint
matter from the systenits i is,: Ay ing in flick.
' ,i nce n heist hr lbw 12 k kr bile, invigorating
the stomach,' causing leo i f ee l to digest well.
purif Mg the bloial,gi-iX .ving tone and health
to the whole machine- ea rc, removing theennag
at the 'H.. , nth] a t fleeting a radical cure.
I hic ilo, after car fag Mg is sidliicient to re
lieve the stonmeh and ,0 i p , ent d ie f oo d N o ,
rising and souring. !. 0 .
. Bilious attaeks arch Z enred, and what ie
hetter. prevented, 1,, • tiro oceasional use of
tbe Liver Inrigorato. g
Ihi ly one dose ta-i" , ken betbro et iring
premepts Nightmare. II" 1
only one dose taken at night, loosens the
liowe I s gently. and titres Costiveness.
One dose taken after each meal will cure DTS•
1 . ti•! . :1• in'...2.11.
!eertnenee of ono (not
ect,c,l to do its duty,
orpn one of that
it Itic study, inn prat,-
ty 'curs, to find sonie,
vountentnt tdie nanny
ireinedy is nt lust die-.
trot:Lied wkli Liven
has hot to try
Anse of too teaspoonfuls w•ii) nimnys
on!o tokenfor female obstruction IT
enneo of the disease, and mu I, u.
Only one dose immediately relieves ICholic,
One dose often repented a sure cure for
Cholera Minims. 004 a preventive of Choler..
CrOnly one bottle is needed to throw out'of
the systetn the effects of medicine after a long
WOne bottle taten for Jaundice removes
nil sallowness or unnatural color front the skin.
One dose taken n short time before eating
giver vigor to the appetite, and makes food digest
One dose often repented cures Chronic Dia,
Area in its worst forms, while Summer and
Bowel complaints yield almost to the lent dose.
One or two doses cures attacks coon ed by
Worms in Children ; there is no surer or speed
ie.' remedy in the world, on it never foils.
cr • fen• bottles Cures drop,s, by
the absorbents. "no -. ;
We take pleasure in recommending tit PIN g
'eine as a preventive fbr Fever and Ague,. gr;
Fever, and all Fevers of a Bilious Type. It
operates with i‘ertainty, and thousands are wil •
ling to testify to its wonderful virtues.
All who use it ore giving their unanimous to'
timnm• in ito favor.
O'Nlix water in the mouth with the beige.
atm., and swallow both togethet,
The Liver Invigorator.
IN II scientific medical discovery, and is daily
working cures, almost too great to believe. It
cures en if by magic. even the firsst dose giving
benefit, and seldom more than one bottle is re--
quiren to cure any kind of Liver complaint,
teem the worst jaundice or Dyspepsia to a earn
mon Headache, all of which are the result of a
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE.
Dn. SANFORD, Proprietor, 345 Broadway, N.Y.
Sold by 11. nfclltwigill , &J. Road Huntingdon.
A pr.7.'58.- y.
11101 P, lagg
The Alexandria Foundry Flasks, Patters, &c.,
have keen bought by R. C. Meth!, The
Foundry is in blast and he has all kinds of Cas
tigns. Stoves of all . kinds, Machines,
Ploughs, Kettles, i , &c.; which ho
will sell at the low- z, est market prices.
All kinds of Coun• ' try produce and
old metal mien in exchange at market prices.
. U. C. McGILL
May 26 1858.
QPRING SHAWLS and Mantilla. of VOW
► style at the METROTOLTTAR.