Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, July 14, 1858, Image 4
Otobun. c 1"ro IN vA, 1.11)5....1 - , Dr. Hardman, Analytical Physician. i Physician for Diseases of the Lungs, Throat' and Ileart—Formerly Physician to the CINCINNATI MARINE 110SPITAL, also'! to INVALIDS RETREAT, Author of "Letters o Invalids," IS COMING. Scare Crows. I See fbllowing Card. ' - I have tried for years in succession all I MAY Appointments. of the nostrums to prevent birds from put. , Dr. Hardman, Physician for disease of tko ling, worms from eating, and steeps of va- I I r l i u l :glig`; l 4 l Y,37 l3 t i l t : : ( 42=1: L N I :1; rious kinds to stimulate its growth, and rooms as fellows t ' llt&ti . nf i tlo i n N , „ J o i rn ic p k: l i i n e :ii I , l o ute in l, a Sandg .,; ,Ju n ti , e2 , 7 h t , li s find that tarring the seed makes it distaste- I Jul to birds; they will pull and oat but a I visit on Sunday or disappoint the sick. hi- little; but as to worms eating it, they seem ! tls ih. st i l l i t ti ii i . a d" 7,loVr r ;„ ", :iZ„ " n s :tt i o i n i ii.t n ens u es r" o n t ' the to relish it equally well. The steeps to i throat and lungs, by medical Inhalation, lately stimulate growth, rolling it gypsum, .CC , ; l o t " iYe t i l ot ii Po t i l t l i c t il l i m tl t i l e )) t r u c a t i t i t'i ) c s i l i ) t i l o dl e itlrh il i d in ci t ' in in ' t 1 1 . 1 1 :1! amount to but little. You cannot make ! !Alois to get at the disease in the direct 'min i Lion ..A po ll u n tTe lici t n ig cs . u i T eci t..•s i t r i i tz r tc r t e l li l3: . tbt i . , i i i: is ati ; enough adhere to the seed to make any perceptible difference, and unless the soil I the important fact open which Inhalation is Inl and season favor, the corn will not come so l' sod. If the stomach is disciised we take medicine directly into the stomach - . If the lungs well as if planted dry. For instance, if arc diseased, breathe or inhale medicated va you steep the seed, and after planting ii is I ePXdielitreesaiti; into cloluintionll,ll,lo6loetspilitecd the very wet and cold, it will not grow as well, . the very sent of disease. Inhalation is the an or if it is very dry, it will not come as well; i [Mt ii i n e , n ,,, e l i u ' i th it is r r i e n s ci n pe d l r e ee t t li , c ice r s e s at t ri o ic t i i i i t . o o r tarring it will retard its germination at any I intricate air coils and tubes which lie out of case. For the last five years I have plan. r i .f i nl i l ei : e rra o 7, ll L' o n e C t s co ° , l ,.:.": n n i l ::? to i l i t , " i n ted the seed dry, recently hand shelled other diseases of the lungs, over heretofore re from the cob. sisted all treatment has 110.1 because they had never been approached In a direct manner by For scarecrows, the best I know of, is a medicine. They' were intended to net upon the few orows shot and hung up by the legs, Tiuitrrallor,ivannc taePnitieieddtottetctsr„niVoL,T, or bait and catch them in steel trsps. In they were SO administered that they should not my younger days, these scarecrows were 'Accip":l6ate"ttioi°ltmotatiL'oextnn'ilniloTiei!Ti':i)gedsitanttc.roiol‘i:', ample to keep off birds. Every Yankee whilst the foul ulcers wit Lin the lungs were un farmer should have a good gun and ainniu• i d n ir o e l c erc e d uitt 2 t iti t ttioLbT is ig e s ,s he , I , tt o c t iAte d i i i e t ;Aden, and know how to use ,t, Find all disadvantage of any violent action. Its appli cation crows' nests in your immediate neigh- 7otgl.,l::,li:irgliet,,.::',l.',ei,,,::teiilii,!,ol.l'l'jyte,`,l,,i,,lY t h e the boyhood, break up their nests, seize their 'derange the stomach, or interfere in the least de young, and then is the into to shoot some t. t i r i e c e pa w ti i e i n t , tthe strength, comfort, or hminess of of the old ones. I once secured sixteen in thunit Disnasits TnitaTuo.—ln relation two hours. Go over your corn field daily, c w at t c h oio l r ' il i t * . I . „ i i " i . ' : l t i tt ( o: ' t t i s „ c n% c ' s j itg w , l oTi t st n " o i t ' l l s i o . and if the crows have drawn any, be there invite consultation. I usually find them prompt. the next morning by three o'clock with!, ro 'lr' ' ; IY i'at '° l l t e s • its and all other forms of Female coin your artillery, or the - crows will be there plaints, Irregularities Had Weakness. before you, and salute the first comer with S. 1). lIARDMAN, M. 1) 'Atha: by the plough would thrive, llimse?f, 2/1713‘ eitherhold or drive." cold lead from your early morning gun and if you do not succeed in togging him, he and his neighbors will come to the couclu• sion that they had better I.,ave that tnan's corn alone. Another way of keeping' crows from your corn field is by twining. String cool twine from stake to stake once in fifteen rows,directly over the row. You can cultivate the first time, and let it re. main. Do the twining immediately after planting, and it would he rare to have a crow light on the field while the twine re. Crows grow bold by the cry of their young for food, and by man being slack and easy; instinct teaches them whose corn it will do to pull. The fields for which crows have such a taste are generally hall• manured, shallow half-ploughed, bordered round by bushes, briers, and weeds, and enclosed by a mere apology for a fence,— Years ago one of your peace men had a field with one of those ugly • borderi, which always have a great tendency to widen ; nt hoeing, none wanted to hoe the outside row; the altercation between the boys was finally settled by the old man saying, ..Let tho devil take the outside row,' and in n few years he had the whole field. Should the above mentioned scarecrows fail to keep the cro on from pulling the corn soak other corn in runt or whiskey and staychnine, and scatter broadcast vn the field. They, like humans, will like the taste, but as certain as they eat of it they die. You will, in most of the liquor on sale, find enough strychnine, without ad ding more, to do the work for crows. H. W. Lester, Rutland, Vt.—Country Gen tleman. The Eliler Bush, It is not known to many persons that the common elder bush. of our country is a great safe guard to plants against the de vastation of bugs. I? any one will notice it will be found that worms, ties, bugs, or insects never touch tho elder. This fact was the iniatml point for the experiments of an Englishman in 1794, and he commu nicated the result of his experimeafs to a London Magazine. Accident exhumed this old work, and a Kentucky correspon dent last year communicated to the Dollar Newspaper a copy of the article. The practical results of the experiments us as serted by the English experimenter are : That the leaves of the elder, scattered over cabbages, cucumbers, squashes, and other plants subject to the ravages of insects, of fec:ually shields them. The plums and other fruits subject to the savrges of in sects, may be saved by placing upon the branches and through the tree, branches of elder leaves. Will not seine of our friends try these experiments ? Cure for Mange in Hoge.—“Agricola" inquires what will cure the mange art swine and I reply, take lard and s alphur in equal parts, melt and mix together; anoint liber ally and thoroughly all over; at same time give a dose or two of sulphur in their slop. The application in some cases must be re peated. The remedy is sure and speedy. —Baltimore Sun, Remedy for Lice on Calves.—Toke some low priced oil, put some Scotch snuff in it, and oil the animal along he backbone from head to tail, and also a streak around the neck an inch or two wide. Two or three applications will expel them.--Coun try Gentleman. 'ieSalt on wheat is said to make ten acres slyorior to eleven acres unsalted. ' lune 3, 1058 NICHOLAS' BANK NOTE ' BLANK S At' BLANKS! LIS 1 , o REPORTER, ISSUED FROM NO. 10 WALL STREET NEW VOR Ts the most correct and reliable wed: of the -,, f ! '• ,,,, ,/ ! ,,, ' ,11, ‘ ,., 0' •, f/ . ni, ,,, A . .. , q . silt de l. kind ever published. It is the only Repo, • ,,,, 1. , .. ,. ~,...,/ i,,iiii.,l and p , ,. retie a/ the ter published in Wall street, and contains a "., , .. , ,.., , f1 /?/•//c,.. list or all the Banks in the United States and Al velninCt of Referees, Common Bond, Canada, N.tiee to Referees, Judgment Notes 90M1=1.31/11iii• 1 summons, vont'. Notes Monthly Reporter (with Coin Cleat and Pos- • Executions, Constables Sales, tag° pre-paid) SI 00 ; Seirc Faeias, Subpoenas, Senn-Monthly 2 00 ri.mpleints; Deeds, 'to every yearly subscriber is given a wag- It :sends, Mortgages nificent ' t.'f.mmitinents, Bond to idemnify Cousinlrle, &c Coin Chart of Thirty Six Pages, . ... which contains. heantit'ully engraved lite similes ' ii,(2j, i ,...... „.., ~,:, , .. „5, ~ ..r_Lt„..4, ,, ,, , • " ,- ,11 ,,, 1 1 ' r, [sl' ( DV' rriv - -' of all the coins in the world. ,I kNI•1,1•11•I.1:1,..\ NI, IM1,1,1,1:s I, . Ir:23 — Numerous Frauds...el • I- '':' '''\ •'` .l V ..' f . L'il Al` e t 1 0 1 Ti having been practised upon the eunituunit), i ..1 ..r.A ..c .. t.-1 ..1, a . ~, , _ 0 the publishers of certain Bank Note Reporter, ._\ ~. i,22 Chl4lllit NI CU, .1 ht,,, ,,, this la, having quoted as good, numerous fraudulent Hare for ~,..„, ,_ __________ „.,,, , , o, ~,, , e ~, _ and swindling a ff airs, miscalled Banks, the , o "„ , r,' , l'l ,'''''''‘.';`''''''',;" 'l' ' . 11 ;l ` f LI! publishers of this, The Only Relinble Reporter, call attention to the following Rest class I rC.SI, LISWILITICHL Of Paper llung.g,, Border s , Decorations, Ac., iti the United 5,t,,,.. rhey ask the special attention of the trade REFERENCES. to a hew and very beautiful article on palm of Stew Yotm.—Daniel Drew, flanker; Morris GGLD IVINDOII' BILIDE,S Ketchum, Marino Bank, U. S. Life Liman. , lila they are ietralucing. Company, J. Eddie, Secretary; Howard Fire I 5ept.10,1;f7.4 2m. Insurance Company—J. T. Skidmore, Pres, 1 - Caleb 0. Balite:A Pros. Manhattan Bank; 11THALEBONE, REED AND BRASS Manhattan Life Insurance Company, C. V. , VV Hoops and Reed Skirts, tor sale at the Wemple, Seely; Mechanics' Bank, G. De An- cheap store of D. P. GAIN gelis, Costlier; (leo. Field, Cashier Williams. burgh City Bank. N.B.—We buy at our office all money at the prices quoted in the Reporter. We also pay special attention to the purchase anti sale of LAND WARRANTS. A. NICHOLAS & CO.. Bankers, No. 70 Wall street, New York Cit y Apr. 7, '2B:-31n TO BE GIVEN AWAY ! All of the. Splendid Ott PiatITMOS with rich Gilt Frames, now on exhibition at SHENANDOAH GALLERY, NO. 618 BROADWAY TO GIVEN AWAY. The proprictori of this beautiful collection of paintings are also owners of a largo tract of laud lying in the flourishing village of Cedar Creek, Va., 90 miles by railroad from Wash ington, and in the hnumiliate vicinity of the cel ebrated Sullibur. Iron and Alumni Springs, uotcd for their efficacy in the cure of Bronchial and Cutaneous Diseases. This land, upon which have been erected A wrosE FLOUR MILL, 2 SAW MILLS and Tinto the and la DWELLINGS, at an expense of front new hands, present owners $5OO to $2,000 each, they now oiler for saki ore determined to make it a lirst class Institu in alternate lots. tine. The majority of the new faculty are ak The Price of Each Lot is $lO, ready tie hand, and students will be received us 80. us [hey wish to come. fur which a Warranty Deed, free and clear of Young 'tidies nia gentlemen intending to'go ineunibrance is given, Together with one or to school will do well to write to us Mere eoli th° Oil Paintinge on Exhibition which alone eluding to go elsewhere. There is no cheaper, is worth the sum paid, and woul'il adorn any and toe believe flare will be .110 baler school gemleman's parlor, whilst the Lot may con tain one of the Buildings above named. 71010 Man ours. Pamphlets containing a Mop, and explaining Both sexes are received, all breeches taught more dully the motive, and °ldea to he attained and students can enter at any time. by making this apparent sacrifice of a portion For further information, address of their property, can be seen at the Wilco of JO ' llN 1). WALSH, this paper. Cassville, Ilantintalon Co, Pa. Parties remitting by mail will receive their December 9 1857 .t.f . deeds by return post, and their Pictures by -- eels con,yanecs us they may direct. They I 111,ANIK,S,-Always buy your Blanks at the will be particular in sending their orders to "Journal Office." We have now prepared nve name the County and State in which they te• ry seperiorartiele of BLANK DEEDS, BONID3, side, as it is necessary, for us to forward the ,1 1.1 1 1 , 14 6 1% , 1 . E a N c. T NOTES, SUMMONS', EXEC pictures without delay. A building loan will be made to those deal. p_UCES IN GLOVES & mnrti ebea ring it, equal to one half the cost of the build. -1. , ]). P. GWIN'S ing to be erected. . JOSEPH DOUGLAS, Gunsmith, Bank notes should be enclosed in 'presence MeConnellstown, 10. of the Post Master, in order to avoid risk. Address, LtICAS, BOWEN & CO., No. 618 Broadway, New York. REFERENCES RESPECTING TITLE TO ABOVE NA Francis H. Upton, Attorney at Law, 68 Wall street, Now York City. Phillip Williams, Esq., Attorney at Law, Winchester, Va. . N. It. I:Apure:in. Attorney at Law, 68 Wall street, New York. Apr. 7, LADIES' COLLARS UNDER ESLEEV in great variety at the cheap store or D. I'. GWIN. NOVEI. AND EXTRAORDINARY I READ READ! READ I s m UINC The best chases !bra lady or gentleman to maim money ever offered, without interfering with their regular business. We will seed full particulate free. Address HOWARD GRAY .1; CO., Bus 138 Columbus, Ohio. 1ene16;5e..6t.* woanyaKpb MACHINE .SHOP ,cNYFitENCIT A., BURR MILL STONE ` . "P A ' I4 rfraiharr. Corner of Germantown Road and New Marltet Streets, on the North Pennsylvania Rail Road, Philadelphia. Constantly on hand or made to order, the ful• lowing highly approved Floor Mill Machinery. Woodward's Patent Portable Mills andSinut :lol;;Coa's Patent Iron Concave Bran Dos. Stover's Patent Fuel Saving Corn Kilns. Picrson's Patent Barrel Hoopand Moulding Machices. Improved Bridge Steps and Bushes for Mill Spindles. WARRANTED, The best Anchor• Brand Boltin,4 Cloth Burr & Calico Mill Stones. Corn, Cole and Plaster Crushers. ALSO SOLE OWNEIiM JohltstatiVratent Cast Metal Con- DILL - P:1 - 6 - tnl2, East nod South•linst of the Ohio and Mississip. pi Rivers. Warranted to take out of the offal of every Bushel Ground, from 1 to 2.!` lbs, of standard Hour, which could not be bolted out on account dila: electrical adhesion to the Bran. '4OTICE4-1 hereby warn all persons against infringing toy rights. secured by Letters Pa• tent as above, as I will prosecute all persons to:thing, selling, or uhing any Bran Dusters. with au Iron or Cast Metal Concave in vio- lation of the Letters Patent of Joseph John stor„ dated April 2ith, 1851. THOMAS It. WOODWARD, Proprietor. N. It.—State and et/linty Patent Dights•for ail the above Machines for Sale. August ill, 1555. Jour SCOTT, SAMUEL T. BROWN (I,' 64T 4 . .$ DEII@TrYTI D . ' Attorneys at Law, Huntingdon, Pa., oil;ve same as that formerly occupied by John Sc.:, I.:s u . 19, 1,4r,n. A LETTER-COPIER FOR SALE. An excellent one for stile at this oilier. This is ono of Adams' No. I Cato Lever Press. CAsZlnttt BEMDIMIY. Only .919.5 0 per Quarter. E NEW rActlurv. 111. Mel% IVALSIII. Principal. Professor of Languages inid Philosophy Herr Karl Hockenlreim, o/ ; o/' German Language § Literature. M. Eugene Chivaul, l'i4essor of Frelich and Piano Music, James 'IV: Hughes, _ _ . Priesso; of Mathematics, etc. Mrs. M. Ma. Walsh, Precrptress. Grecian Painting, Botany, History etc, Miss E. Faulkner, . . :41amehromatics, Painting, Drawing, etc. Miss Anna 111, Gray, Piar:oFc and French. Miss Jeanie M. Walsh, . iirinzary lIIS SCHOOL HAS LATELY PASSED Dr. John McCulloch, nfikre his professional services to the citi4ens c UHuntingdon and vicinity. Oflicti, on Hill st. between Montgomery and Bath. untingtlon, Aug. itit, 1855. egTCOTINTRY DEALERS can buy CLOTHING from me in Huntingdon at Whole sale, as cheap as they can in the cities, asl have a Wholesale at ere in Philadelphia. Apr.O,'s6. 11. ROMAN. CASSVILLE SEMINARY, M. MoN. Walsh. Prir,oipal. This school for young ladies nod gentlemen is probably the cheapest OHO of the kind is the country. The expanses per year for board, room rent, furniture, fuel and tuition in common English eat: only $BB. Piano Music is only $5 per quarter. All the languages and the olnamentals are proper tionally cheap. For other information address John 1). Walsh, Cassville, Huntingdon Co., Pa. The next quarter commences Monday, Jan. nary 18th., 1858. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS Prof. Chas. DeGrath% ELINfRIC OIL. This great discovery is now creating agreat sensation among the Medical Faculties of I:Itt• rope and this country. It will cure the follow ing (not everything) : Warranted to Con; Fever and Ague in one day. Cure chills in five minutes. Cure Croup to one night.— Cure Deafness in toe to four dove. Cure horns and Scalds in ten minutes. cure Sptains, Wounds and Bruises in from one to three dam Cure Infitunmation in one tiny. Core Neural. I gia, Croup, Tooth Ache, Burns, in 10 minutes. Cure Hemorrhage, Scrofula, Abscess, inn ten I days. Cure Bruises, Wounds, Triter, in one to I three days. Core Ear Ache, Stilt Neck, Ague in 000 day. Cure Felons, Broken Breast,Sult Rheum, inn three to six days. 'lure Quinzy, Pnlpitntien, Pleurisy, inn out to ten days. Cure Asthma, Palsy, Gout, Erysipelas, in five to 20 days. Core Frosted Feet, Chiblains, Chronic Rheumatism, Stiff Joints, Sure Throat, Scarlet Fever, and the lame made to walk, by a few bottles. • This Oil (De Grath's) is mild nod pleasant, and is a great family Medicine let children teething, ke. Ladies shouhhall use it. It always leaves you better than it finds you, and one bottle often cures entirely. A f flicted Thirteen Years and Cured in One Wed:. Rev. James Temple. Philadelphia, June 0th,•1850. Prof. De (tenth : I have been afflicted for thirteen years with Neuralgia and other pain ful complaints, and I have been unable to sleep soundly- or walk any distance for many years dt.as Last week I got a bottle of your -Elec trie'Oil." The first :right 1 slept soundly and well, and to-day 1 inn like a new man. My with could not believe her eyes. Your Elec tric Oil has done in one week what the physi• clans of Philadelphia failed to do iu thirteen years. Gratefully yours, REV. JAMES TEMPLE, 310 South street. DEAFNESS (TRED, Ilaren, May . 1911), 13511 Prof. De Grath: My brother has been deaf three years% lino trying many things, he us ed your Oil a few times, and it eared him en tirely. CLIFFORD & SCRANTON. There ire numerous imitations sprung up on the reputation that my article has aentured, The public must beware. are worthless, For sat - • John Read, Huntingdon. GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY EVER KNOWN TO MAN: Lml i i:TE7:"'SL7.7SS BLOOD-SEARCHER. Mt LINDSEY has discovered a remedy that HI will cure all discuses arising from impure blood, which is the toundation of all diseases. 1 will warrant it to cure all the within•muued diseases, such as INVLAMIMATORY RHEUMATISM, Chronic Scrijitta, llnniors 'lithe Mein, Tumor Uteers on the Head or Body, and ell Breale-on ts on the Face. And it will also cure all Indolent Ulcers of many years standing ; Sore Month, canned from using Tammy, nod will eradicate mercury, from the unclear. When the IMPIW 1 . E 111,001) SgARCIIHR operates on merrury, all other impurities of the blood mill be sweet from the system, and it purities the blood as pure as vegetable tuelicine can make it ; and when the blood is pure, the nuts women or child, will lake no disease, for the impure blood which in the cause of disease, is gone. It will also cure all Debilitated Iliseases, such as drive from a derang,ement of the liver ; it will bring the liver into a healthy action, and will restore the patient to health. . _ - . FOR SALE BY John Read, Huntingdon.— Jos. P. Beaton, Cassell!. Jos. Johnston, Pe tersburg. Silas Creswell Manorhill. Wm. Davis, Shaverseille. Freedom Iron Co. Greens burg Furnace. If cddle & Stewart, West Bar- • ree. Sarah W. Myton, Snulsburg. R. Me- Burner, McAlaves fort. Elias Musser, IdeAl ayes fort. Joseph Douglass, MeConnellstawn. .1. IL Rothrick & Co. Marklesharg. Wm. B. Letts, Shirloysburg. ThOs. Urbi.o t, Orblso ma. H. H. Morrison & Co. Blairs Mills. M. A. 'Robison & Co. Shade Gap. Lycn Short & Co. Buldengle. H. C. Walker, Alexandria. Jas. Clark & Son, Birmingham. F. 111, 801 l & Co. Warriormark. G. 11. Stiller, Spruce Creek. J. W. Mnttern, Moehanickseille.— Sand. Mattern, Mechanicsville. Iluntingdon, hb. 24th, 1258.-6 in, BOOTS & SHOES, the largest and cheapest as:,urtinent in town, at D. I'. GWIN'S. 0 . 11111 SHOES, cheat a ut D. P. G WIN x-Al than mut be And in town. Call and on them Antiphlogistic Salt. This celebrated medicine i 3 for sale at tin Journal 011iec . Fur all inflammatory disease 'it is n certain cure. Get abe ‘c and try it, y , who are afflicted. 20 PER CENT. 2AVED! Cl/TIP now tlecided that at least 20 per cent. is saved by purchasing all HARDWARE and PAINTS at the regular UMIDWARE STOlit JAMES A:BROWINT. 'to continue this public advantage the sub scriber has jnst returned from the East, complete td.ch Lf IlAttawnan, Alucumews"root,s, CUTLERY: llom.ow-wxna, I'AINTII, SADDLERY, Otis, COACII Which ho has carefully selected, and bougl at reduced prices, from the best houses in th United States. 'Thus ho is enabled to sell whop Wu and retail extremely low. Co - untry deal era, Builders, Mechanics, and the people gene: ally are respectfully invited to call. All orders receive prompt attention. N.B.—Persons firt:lbtoil to tho late firm of James A. Brown & Co., aro reoluested to make immediate payment to JAS. A. BROWN, IluntingdoO,Apr.S,'.sB. 1000 i'OCIIET KNIVES, some of the Lest in tht, world, fur sale by JAMES A. 'WN. TON LINES and BOAT ROPES. tut Sale at OM Ituadwere store of JAMES A. BROWN. STONE CROCKS, JARS, &c.,—a large stce fur sale at inanullicturers' prices by JAMES A. BROWN. .irns' DRESS GOODS, of rich styl L Ter7 heap at D. P. GWIN'S. BRocDA AND WOOL SHAWLS, fine and cheap at D. I'. GWIN'S. SILK BONNETS of every variety and price offering very cheap by Fromm & IlleMurrrnm. nOUGLASS & SHERWOODS' Patent Es• tension Skirt., for sale only by Fission & MCMCIMUE. MACKEREL of all Nos.s herring, &c., can be had of the best quality, by calling on Fiennn & MCM.TRIE. BOOKS! BOOKS! impossible to save more then five per cent., to the Lungs are so cut up by the disease as to bid. • defiance to medical skill. Even, however, in the 40,000 VOLUMES of new and popular last stages, Inhalation affords extraordinary re- Books, embracing every variety Matto the suffering nttending this fearful scourge usually kept in a Philadelphia Book Store, and which annuelly destroys ninety-five thousand many of them at half the Publisher's retail price, persons in the United States alone ; and a our the subscriber now offers to the public. reef calculation shows that of the present pope- All school books used In the county con be lotion of the earth, eighty millions ore destined bad in Any quantities at retail and wholesale to fill the Consumptive's graves. rates. Foolscap, Letter and Wrapping Paper, I Truly the quiver of death bas no arrow so fit wholesale or by the ream. tal as Consumption. In nll ages it has been the tee superior Gold Pens with Silver and Gold great enemy of life, for it spares neither ego nor Cases, from $1 upwards. era, but sweeps off alike the brave, the beauti -100 Pocket and Pen knives of Rogers' and ful, the graceful and the gifted. By the help o others' best tennufacture. tint Supremo Being from whom rumour every' 100 splendid Port Alonnaiesan4 Pocket Books good and perfect gift, I am enabled to offer to at 20 etc. nest upwards. the afflicted n permanent and speedy cure in 3,001) PIECES WALL PAPER, of Consumption. The first cause of tubercles is the latest and prettiest styles, just received from from impure blood, and the immediate effect pro- Philadelphia and Now York, prices from 10 ets. I dated by their deposition in the lungs Is to pre y. piece and upwards. vent the free admission of air into the air cells, 500 beautifully painted and gold gifted Win. which causes a weakened vitality through the dew Sheiks at 44 etc. and upwards. entire system. Then surely it is more rational The 'public I eve but to call .d examine, to to expect greater good from medicines entering be convinced that in buying of the above st o rk the cavities of the lungs than those administered they wlll be pleased and also save money. 33,- through the stomach ; the patient will alwitys member the place, corner of Alontgomery and find the lungs free and the breathing easy, otter II:61mo' streets WAI. COLON. j Whiffing remedies. Tim, Inhalation is a local remedy, nevertheless it acts constitutionnlly and with more power and certainty than remedies 1 jEANUTS.-5000 Bushels Wilmington Pen- • edininistered by the stomach. To prove the pow nets in store and for sale by crful and direct influence a ibis mode ofadmin. NVM. N. SIIUGAILD, istration, chloroform inhaled will entirely 1112'- 23 or 101 North Sri street, l'hilit, I stroy sensibility in o few 'ninnies? Pn l,ll .Yzing the entire nervous system, so that a limb may be amputated without the slightest pain ; inhaling 'the ordinary burning gas will destroy life in a few hours. The inlinlation of ninmonia will rouse thel3VS tem when 'hinting or apparently deed. The o dor el' teeny of the medicines is perceptible in the skin a few minutes after being inhaled, end may be immediately detected in the blood. A convincing 'woof of the constitutional effects of inhalation, is the fact that sickness is always pro• (eed by breathing foul air—is not this positive evidence that proper remedies, carefully prepar ed and judiciously administered tin,' the lungs should prisince the happiest results 3 During eighteen years' practice, many thousands suffer ing from diseases of the lungs and throat, have been under my care, and I have efffleted amity remarkable cures, even alter the offiereix had been pronounced in the lust stages, which telly satisfies me that consumption is no longer a Ili tal disease. Sly treawnent of consumption is original, mid founded on long experience and n thorough investigation. My perfflet neffitaintance with the tenure of tube cries, &e., enables me to distinguish, readily, ilie various forms of disc.*: that simulate consumption, end imply !Improper remedies, rarely being mistaken even in a single ease. 'this flunilierity, in eol,lletlil/11 with cer tain mitholegical and mieroscopie discoveries elites me to relieve the 11111 p limn the effects of contracted clients, to eillarga the chest. pneify the Wood, impart to it renewed yitality, giving energy and tone to the entire system. Aleilicines with full directions scut to any part of.'tlie United States and •Catindas by patients cominunicethig their symptoms by letter. But fiat care wculnl lie 111.1 e t•e11:1111 if the ' ,Acta should pay me a skit, minceliii give me au opportunity to examitie the lungs and enable me to prescribe with much ',eater certainty, and then the cure could be eflected without my see ing the plaint again. .W. It AII A 'AI , St. CIONFEUTIONARY.—PIain and fine Con. b,ctionary tunnalbetured and for sale by WM. N. SIIUGAIID, • 323 or 19l North 3d street, Phila. ORANGES AND LEMONS.-500 boxes Or .rinises oil Lemons in sture and ror solo by WM. N. SI1U0A111), 323 or 101 North 3d street, Phila. I) MS:MS.-1,000 Boxes Bunch and Layer t Raisins in store and ror solo by. Wlll. N. SiIIiGAIM, an or 191 North 3d street, Phila. rims, DATES, PRUNES, CITRONS,_I Currants, in store nod for sole by . WM. N. SIIUGARD, 313 or 191 North 3d strati', Phila. A WIONDS, WALNUTS. CREAM NUTS II and 11Ilwrts in store and for sale lby WM. N. SiIUGARD, :323 or 181 N'tli 8d st.,Phila .2114 TT N 1,7 N 11i ) c , • Mini undersigned owners of the Huntingdon .1. Mill, inform farmers and the public general. that they now have their new mill in running order, with all the modern improvements in the water wheels and machinery. They have put in live of the Improved Jon. val Turbine Water Wheels, and can grind in all stages of the water, ann during the colde,t weather, any and all kinds of grain. They are prepared to sell, and have on hand for sole at all times, at market rates, all kind of FLOUR, FEED MID STUFFS, and farmers can have their own grain ground, 1111,1 take it back in a return load, or they can be thrniahed in exchange at a moment's notice an equal quantity of Flour and Bran or chop. pea feed. ------- Tr" 13 IVIUT PrIACHIB/13 is dam improved manufacture; and they will insure aISULL TURN OUT Of superior quell ty to every bushel or ! pain left at their mill: & N. 13.--I'he linelmhent stones are not quiu Ilunlingdon, December 10, 1130 G. IN BLAST AGAIN ! aur Inunflingdob _Zoundry. THE SUBSCRIBERS TAKE This ME 1 Iliad or Worming their triends and the pub lie generally, that they hare rebuilt the Hunt ingdon Foundry, and are now in successful 511 eration, and are prepared to furnish Casting all kinds, of the best quality on the shortest tic lice and most reasonable terms. Farmers are invited to call and examine nor ?loughs. We arc manufnetdring the Hunter 'lough, (this plough took the premium at the .luntingdon County -Agricultural Fair, in WO List, Hunter's celebrated Cutter Plough, which sat he heat, together with the Keystone, Hill ride, and Barshoar Ploughs. Wo have on hand and nro Inanufacturing staves, such as Cook, Parlor and office stoves for cool cr wood. HOLLOW-WARE tonsisting of Kettles,Boilers, Skillets, &c., all ,f which will be sol cheap for cash or in en ehango for country produce. Old metal taken rue new castings. By is strict attention to busi• ness and desire to please, we hope to receive a thare of public patronage. J. M. CUNNINGUAM & 880. April 30, IBsl.—tf. NEW AND CHEAP WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY STORE DAVID GROVE informs the citizens of Huntingdon and vicinity, and the public gen erally, that he has opened a Grocery Store on Hill street, Huntingdon, a few doors west of Ww. Orbisofi's residence, where he will at all times be prepared to supply customers with AL!, KINDS OF GROCERIES, • CHEAPER TUAN TIIE CHEAPEST, at wholesale and retail. Sugars Coffee, Teas, Molasses, Cheese, Spiges, Sugars, Coffee, Hams, Salt, Brooms, Buckets, Segars, Tobac co, &e., &e.; in fact, every article usually kept in a Grocery Store. As 1 ant determined to sell cheaper titan the cheapest, I want everybody to callat,d examine my stock and prices. DAVID CI ItO VE. Huntingdon, July 29,'57:1y. 14 ENS' UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS Linen Shirt Breasts, Beady-made Shirts, white and fancy shirts, and collars, very cheap at D. I'. °WIN'S,. Q11.,1( BONNETS in great variety and cheap nt D. P. GWIN'S. Tritcy,.u.).llBAlDlPl3l2ll. ATTOENE.Y AT LAW, Willattend to all business entrusted to:him. Of flee uearly opposite the Court House May 5,'58 tiE r i i @n - ABT DMCPII.E2V. CONSIJRIPTION And all Diseases of the Lungs and Throat, CURABLE BY INHALATION. Which conveys the remedies to the cavities in the lungs through the air passages, and coming in direct contact with the disease, neutralizes the tubercular matter, allays the cough, causes a free and easy expectoration, heals the lungs, purifies the blood, imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system, giving that tone and energy so indispensable tor the restoration of health. To be able to state confidently that Consumption is 1 curable by inhalation. is to men source of unal loyed pleasure. It is as lunch under the colt trul of medical treatment as any other formid able disease ; ninety out of every hundred ca ses can be cured in the first stages, and fifty per cent. in the second ; but in the third stage it is OFFICE, 1151 Mimi,. (01(1 no. 109,) Below Twelfth, PHILADi.I.I.IIIA, FA. August b, Of all disease ; the vent, first cause Springs from uegleet tit' Nature's hi ws, SUFFER NOT. When n cure is guano teed ht all stages of SECRET insEAsEs. • a Self-Abuse. Nervous Strictures, Gleets Gravel, Diabetes, Iliscescs of the Kidney and , Bladder, Marcerial Iflietatuntism, Scrofula, Pains in the Bones and Ankles, Diseases of the Limos, Throat, Nose opal Eyes, Ulcers moan the Body or Limbs, CancerS, Dropsy, Epilep tic Fits, St. Vita's Dance, and all diseases itri sing'from is derangement, of the Sexual Organs. Sorb es Nervous Trembling, Loss of Memo ry, Loss of P. - ..wer, General Weakness ? Dimness oI Vision, with peculiar spots appearing before the eyes, Loss of Sight, Wakefulness, Dyspep , sin, Liver Disease, Eruptions upon the Fame, Pain in the back and head, Female irregulairi tias, and all improper discharge:4min both sexes.' It manors not from what cense the disease origi nated, however long standing or obstinate the case, 'waver!, is ,ertuin, and in a shorter 111,10 than n permanent cure Coll be effected by nay other treatment, even alter the disease has fled the skill of eminent physicians and resisted all their nicans.of cure. 4rhe utedieines pro pien.nt odor, causing no sickness and the troth niecenry or balsam. During twenty years of prnetive. I have rwomed from the jaws of Death niany tiionaanal, who, in the last sta ges of the shove nientioli cal diseases had boon given up by their iihysieimis to die, nbieli war 11111tc me in promising to the afflicted, who may place themselves under toy care, n perfect and most. speedy Cure. Secret eiseases are the greatest enemies to health, as they nee the tir..t cause of ednsimption. Scrofula mid many oth er diseases, and should be at terror to the hu man family.' Asa permanent cure is scarcely ever effected, a majority of the cares falling in to the bands of incompetent persons, who not only fail to cure the diseases but ruin the con stitution, filling the system with mercury, which with the disease, hastens the sufferer into a ra phl Consumption. lint should the disease and the treatment not cause death speedily and the riesos marries, the disease is entailed upon the children, who are born with feeble constitutions, and the current f of life cornipted by n virus 'Aid) betrays itself in Scrofula. 'letter,Ulcers, Eruptions. and elk , er a f fections of ie skin. Eyds. Throat and r Lungs, entailing upon thaou a brief existence of suffering and consigning than to an early grave. Sell-abuse is another formidable enemy to health, for nothing else in the dread catalogue of hulas; diseases "causes so destructive taruin upon U. qystem, drawing its thousands of vic: tines through a few years of suffering down to au untimely grove. It destroys the Nervous sys tem, rapidly wastes away the energies satire, causes mental derangement, prevents the proper dui clopmens of the system, disqualifies for mar riage, society, business, and all earthly happi ness, and leaves the sufferer wrecked in hotly and third, predisposed to consumption and a train of evils more to be dreaded than death it self. With the fullest confidence I assure the unfortunate victims of Self-Abuse that a speedy and permanent cure can be ellected, and with the abandonment of ruinous practices my pa tients can he restored to robust, vigorous health. The afflicted are cautioned against the use of Patent Medicines, for there are so man, ingeni ous snares in the columns of the public prints to catch and rob the unwary sufferers that mil lions have their constitutions ruined by the vile compounds of quack doctors, or the equally poi sonous ncstrums vended as "Patent Medicines." I have carefully ainalyzed many of the so-called Patent Medicines and find that nearly all of them contain Corrosive Sublimate, which is one of the strongest preparations of mercury and a deadly poison, which instead of curing the dis ease disables the system for life. Three-fourths of the patent medicines now iu use put up by unprincipled and ignorant per sona, who do not understand even the alphabet or materia medic., and are equally as destitute of soy knowledge of the human system. having only one object in view, and that to make mon ey regardless of consequences. . . Irregularities and all diseases of males and females treated on principles established by twenty years of practice, and sanctioned by thousands of the most remarkable cures. Medi cines with full dire,,jons sent to any part of the United States and Cunadas, by patients commu nicating thou' symptoms by letter. Business correspondence strictly confidential. Address J. SUMMERVILLE, M. D., OETICE, No. 1131 FILBERT Sr., (Old 110.109 o) Below Twelfth, TaIILADELPHIA.: A ttg.5,'37..1y. RAILROAD HOURS. Mira Oinso E.taT. Mail T. I Ex. T. I Fast T. Train leaves I'. M. A. M. I'. M. Petergburg, Lon 4.02 8.05 Huntingdon, 1.22 4.17 8.20- Mill Creek, 1.33 4.27 5.33' Mt. Union, 1.47 4.41 .5.47 'RAINS Gomi West. Train leaves I'. M. A. M P. 31 MI. Union, 4.32 6.45 8.2 a Mill Creel( 9.98 6.58 8.337 11 untingdon, 5.03 7.11 8.45 Petersburg, 5,.0 7.23 8.5114 H•. K. NEFF,.lll._ft, jjAVING located himself in IVAn'utortmAnu .11 in this county, would respectfully offer his, professional services to the citizens °Nina piece, and the country atijurent. IIIiFFNUENCES: J. B. 'Emden, M. D. Gen. A. P. Wilson, M. A. Henderson, " in. P. Orbison, Esq. J. 11. Dorsey, " lion. James Gwinn, M. Stewart, " John Scott, Esq. lion. George Taylor don, Pa, Hun Jecol, 1%1 Gennuill, M. D., Alexanth • John Arettlloch, Petersbur g % p 7 A. P. Wit.soN. H. Bnodu Perniui; WILSON & PETRIKIN, 4770RIVEYS .4T L4W, lIUNTINGDoN, PA. Practice in the several Courts of Iluntingdon. Blair, Cambria, Centre, Mifflin and Juniotu Coon-. es. March 23, 1853. A CARD TO THE LADIES. DR. DUPONCO'S GOCIDEIIIIII.I4 A RE inrallible in removing stoppagei or irrcg• ulnrites Uf iho torus.. — Them: Pills are nothing new, but have been used by the doctors for many years, both in France and Anterien, with unparallelled success; and he is urged by many thousand ladies, who. have used them, to 'mike the Pills public, for • the alleviation of those suffering from any irre gularities of a ludever nature, as well as to pre-' vent pregnancy to those ladies whose health will not permit an increase of Pregnant females or those supposing them-' selves on, are cautioned against these Pills while pregnant, as the proprietor assumes no resimnsilolity after the above admonition, their mildness would prevent any min alert,. health: otherwise these Pills are recore• mended. Full and explicit directions accom• • pally Niel, box. Price. $1 per box. Sold wholesale and retail by JOHN HEAD, General Agent for Huntingdon Co., Pa. I have appointed 1)r. John Read Sole agent for the sale of my French Periodical Golden Pills, for the borough and county of Hunting don. All orders must be addressed to him Ile will supply deniers at the proprietor's pri ces, and send the Pills to ladies (costfidentially by return mail, to any part of the United States, on receipt of $l, enclosed to him through the Huntingdon. postiAlice. For further parieu hus get a circular of the Agents--sold by drug gists everywhere. lace' My signature is written on each box. • J. DUPONCO, Broadway P. 0., New York. .1,129;57:1y. 300 KEGS PAINTS. White Lead, (pure) $2 50 per keg. " " (extra) 275 " " Philadelphia Zane Paint, 240 " " Hest Snow White, 260 " " Oils, &c., and all kinds of HAnnwAns and building materiels in proportion, at the "Hard ware Store" of J. A. 131dOWN & CO. Huntingdon, Apr.8,'58.41, Cheapest "Job Printing" Nike ' IN T outurr. We /lace now made such arrangements in our Job Tiles as will enable us to do all kinds of Job Printing at 20 per cent. cheaper rates mall any Office in the County. Give as a call. If we don't give entire satisfac tion, no charge at all will be made. 9 , 11 E largest and cheapest stock of fancy Silk ± and colored Straw Bonnets in town, is at FISHER & McßtuaTina's. ALL -WOOL, Ingrain, Venetian, Lid and Rug Carpet. Also, Cocoa, Jute and AIR. colt Mats, can he had cheap at the store cf FISHER & MUMURTRIS. THE greatest variety of the richest styles Dress (tooth and Trimmings can always found at the fashionable store of Futuna & MCMURTRIE. T ll t E latest and newest styles Ladies' Collars, PIIIIER & MoMunrata's. CLOAKS, names, Itigolettes, Victoria. and Head Dress., are sold at prices which defy coinpetitiou by FISHER & MOMUKTRUS. BOOTS, SHOES, lIA'PS and CAPS, the largest stock over brought to town are sell— ing very cheap at notice & McMuivrais. BLANKETS, Plaids, Flannels, Linsey., at al prices, at the mammoth store of Flamm & McMunrata. MOURNING COLLARS, of the Windom .= Oct styler,just received by FISHER & MCMUNTRIII. DR. J R. HUYETT assa rIMINIVENIV; ALEXANDRIA, MINT/ CO., PA. April 1, 1857.-Iy, !et'