Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, July 21, 1858, Image 4

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    larmers' golumit.
He that by the plough would thrive,
Himself, must either hold or drive."
L'ght Summer table Beer.—Upon a
bushel (of forty quarts) of malt, Pour
enough boiling water to enable you to
draw off 100 quarts of wolt. Put into the
wort half a pound of hops. and boil it an
hour. Having washed your making tub
well from the grains, pour the wort into it
and. when cooled to the temperature of
new milk, add in sumo. or half a pint of
yeast, in winter a Ilittle more. Cover
the tub with a cloth, and let it work till
next day; pour it into you' barrel before
it begins to sink, and rack it before the
barrel is stopped up. It will be fit to drink
in a fortnight or three weeks.—F. A. T.,
Garthmyl, Shretediurry.
Recipe lor a cheap Beer.— A corres
pondent makes inquiry in reference to
brewing spruce beer. As many of your
subscribers may be benefited by the fol.
lowing recipe, I take pleasure in forward
ing it to you. I use . it in preference to
coffee in the morning, in preference to
wine at dinner, and consider It au t wrior to
tel at supper. It is a valuable aperient,
and for dyspep.ic patients is a valuable
medicine.
Prepare a five or ten gallon keg, in pro
portion , o the size of the family—draw a
piece of coarse bobinnet or book muslin
over the end of the linnet that is inserted
into the keg, to prevent ita choking, pre
pare a good tight bung. and near to that a
gimblet hole, with a peg to fit it tight.
Recipe/or Five Gallons. ---One quart of
sound corn, put into the keg, with half n
gallon of molasses , then fill with cold
water to within two inchas of the bung.
Shake well, and in two or three days it
will be fit for use. Bung tight.
If you want spruce flavor, add one tea
spoon of essence of spruce-•-lemon, if lem
on is preferred—ginger, or any flavor you
prefer. The corn will last to make five
or six brewings ; when it i t exhausted, re.
new it. When the beer passes from the
vinous to the acetous fermentation, it can
be corrected by adding a little mole molass
es and water,
This is a simple, cheap beverage, oos.
Ling about three cents a gallon. After the
beer becomes ripe, it ought to be kept in
a cool place, to prevent a from becoming
sour before it is exhausted....Corres. Coum
iry Gentlemam.
To take Grease 'spate out of Papered
Tralls.—W ith a piece of flannel, dipped
in spirits of wine, gocarefully over tie in
jured parts once or twice, if v •ry bad,
when the spots will be entirely missed
from the paper, which will look as well as
ever.
An Easy Method of Gleaning Black
Kid Boots.—Take three parts of the
white of eggs, and one of the best black
ink, mix them together thoroughly, and
apply the mixture to the article with a
soft sponge. I have known this to fail.
To Clean anti Remove F ymarks from
Gill Frames.— First cleanse the gilding
with a camel's hair brush, using the fol
lowing detergent fluid for the purpose :
Water. one pint; borax, half an ounce;
carbonate of amonin, a quarter of an ounce.
Use the fluid freely with the brnsh, doing
the frame in portions of about a foot at a
:time. Let the frame dry by the ordinary
influence of the air, but do not attempt to
rub it with either linen or silk upon any
account• When the frame is dry, those
portions which are very much worn may
be restored by touching the parts with An
other fine bush itch od with shell gold that
is sold by the artists color.men.
Lamp Oil &attn....To remove lamp oil
from cotton and woolen goods, rub in
thoroughly with the hand some clean,
fresh lard ; let it remain for two or three
hours, then apply soft soap, and wash in
warm water. This oar, be depended on.
The Beet way to Cook Eggr.•—Break
them into hot—not boiling—tvater, and let
them remain till the yoke is sufficiently
cooked--then put on butler, pepper and
you have done your utmost with eggs.
Frio'? Potatoes.—Flow few cooks know
how to fry potatoes ? There is no better
dish at breakfast, or even dinner, when
there is a beef steak on the hoard. To try
the potato properly, they should be pared
sliced lengthwise the thickness of an
eighth of an inch, dropped into a pan con
taining hot fat, turned frequently, nicely
browned all over, but never burned. A
little flour dredged over them is excelllent.
Germantown Tel,
Cooking old Poialoes.--The tollowing
method of cooking old potatoes at this
season of the year, is recommended by
Mrs. M. N. W.. of 'Freeport, Illinois.
It Is excellent and now is the time to try
it ;
_ .
.I pare the potatoes about an hour be
fore boiling, and then soak them in cold
water until they aro to 131 cooked. The
water must be boiling before they are put
in, and a little salt is added. When fully
cooked the water is poured off, then the
water la poured off. then the kettle or pot
is placed on the atove, with the lid remo•
red, to allow the moisture to evaporate
By this methoe of cooking potattoes, I
have never failed to reader them dry and
cy'TO INvnuns..zx
Dr. Hardman, Analytical Physician.
Physician for Diseases of the Lunge, Throat
and Heart—Formerly Physician to the
CINCINNATI MARINE HOSPITAL, alto
to INVALIDS RETREAT,
Adthor of "Leapt. a Invalid.," IS COMING.
See following Card.
MAY Appointments,
Dr. Hardman, Physician for disease of the
Lunge, (formerly Physician to Cincinnati Ma
rine Hospital,) will be in attendance at his
moms ne follows :
Huntingdon. Jackson's Hotel, Sunday,June 27th
Dr. H. is compelled to make this month's
visit on Sunday or disappoint the sick.
Dr. Hardin. treats Consumption. Bronchi
tis, Asthma, Larryngittis and all diseases of the
throat and longs, by medical Inhalation, lately
used in the Brornton Hospital, London. The
great point in the treatment of all human mala
dies is to get at the disee.se in the divert man;
tier. All medicines are estimated by their ac
tion upon the tram' requiring relief. This is
the important fact open which Inhalation is ba
sed. If the stomach is diseased we take
medicine directly into the stomach. lithe lungs
ore diseased,. breathe or inhale medicated va
pors directly Into the lungs. Medicines are the
antidotes to disease and should be applied to
the very seat of disease. Inhalation is the ap
plication of this principle to the treatment of
the lungs, fur it gives us direct access to those
Intricate air cells and tubes which lie out of
reach of every other means of administering
medicines. The reason that Consumption, and
other diseases of the lungs, have heretofore re
sisted all treatment has linen because they had
never been approached in a direct manner by
medicine. They were intended to act upon the
lungs end yet were applied to the stomach.—
Their 'wilful was intended to be local, and yet,
they were PO administered that they should not
act constistutionally, expending immediate and
principal action upon the unotlending mowed!,
whilst the foul ulcers within the lungs were un
molested. Inhalation brings the medicine in
direct contact with the disease, without the
disadvantage of any violent action. Its tppli
cation is simple, that it can he employed by the
Youngest intent or feeblest invalid. It dour nut
derange the stomach, or interfere in the least de
gree with the strength, comfort, or business of
the patient.
°Tn. Dtauaacn THEAT6D.—In relation
to the following diseases, either when compli
cated with lung affections existing alone, I also
invite consultation. I usually hind them prompt
ly curable.
Prolapses and all other forms of Female com
plaints, Irregularities and Weakness.
S. D. HARDMAN. 81. D.
June 3, 1858.
NICHOLAS' BANK NOTE
REPORTER, ISSUED FROM
NO. 70 WA LL STREET NEW YORK.
Is the insist correct and reliable work of the
kind everpublished. It is the only Repor
ter published in Wall street. And contains a
list of all the Banks in the United States and
Canada,
!I° R,33#4
Monthly Reporterwittit.:7;;(3ilart end POs
tap pre-paid) $1 00
Semi-Monthly 2 00
To every yearly subscriber is given a mag
nificent
Coin Chart of Thirty Six Pages,
which containA beautifully engraved foe similes
of all the coins in the world. _
SEV'Numeroun Fr a uds A'
having been practised upon the community, by
the publishers of certain Bank Note Reporters
having quoted as good, numerous fraudulent
' and swindling ntruirs, miscalled Banks, the
publishers of this,
The Only Reliable Reporter,
call attention to the following first class
REFERENCES.
New Form—Daniel Drew. Banker; Morris
Ketchum, Marine Bank. U. S. Lire Insurance
Company, J. Eldie, Secretary; Howard Fire
Insurance Company—l. T. Skidmore, lies,
Caleb 0. Halstead, Pres. Manhattan Bank;
Manhattan Life Insurance Company, C. Y.
Wemple, Sec'y; Mechanics' Bank, G. Be An
gelis, Cashier; (;eo. 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 and sale
of LAND WARR NTS.
A. NICHOLAS & CU.. Bankers,
No. 7U Wall street, New Pork City
Apr. 7, '5B:-3m.
TO BE GIVEN AWAY !
All of the Splendid
OIL PAI%VMS
with rich Gilt Frames, now on exhibition at
SELENANDOA II GALLIUM,
NO. 618 BROADWAY.
TO DE
'GIVEN A WAY.
. ..
The proprietors of this beautiful collection
of paintings are also owners of 8 large tract of
land lying in the flourishing village of Cedar
Creek, Va., 90 miles by railroad from Wash
ington, and in the immediate vicinity of the cel
ebrated
Sulphur. Iron and Alum Springs,
noted for their efficacy iu thu cure of Bronchial
and Cutaneous Diseases.
This land. upon which luuue been erected A
STONE. FLOUR MILL, 2 SAW MILLS and
15 DWELLINGS, at nn expense of from
$5OO to $5,000 each, they now utter for sale
in alternate lots.
The Price of Eaoh Lot is $lO,
for which a Warrauty ])eed, free end clear of
ineumbrance is given, Together with one of
the Oil Paintings on Exhibition, which Mune
is worth the sum paid, and would adorn any
get.tleman's parlor, whilst the Lot may con.
Lain one of the Buildings above named.
Pamphlets containing a Map, and explaining
were luny fhe motive, and object to be attained
by making this apparent sacrifice of a portion
of their property, can he seen at the office of
this paper. .
. .
Parties remitting by mail will receive their
deeds by return post, and' their Pictures by
uch conveyances as they may direct. They
will be particular in sending their orders to
name the County and State in which they re•
side, as it is necessary, fur us to forward the
pictures without delay.
A building loan will be made to those desi.
ring it, equal to one half the cost of the build.
ing to be erected.
Batik notes should be enclosed in presence
of the Post Master, in order to avoid risk.
Address,
LUCAS, BOWEN & CO.,
No. 618 Broadway, New York.
REVERENCES RESPECtING TITLE TO ABOVE NA
Francis IL Upton, Attorney at Law, 68
Wall street, New York City.
Phillip Williams, Esq., Attorney at Law,
Winchester, Va.
INY COUNTRY DZIALERB can huy
cLoTin NG from me in Huntingdon et Whole
sale, as cheep as they van in the cities, an! Item
E. R. L'Antereau. Attorney at Law, 68 11 Wholesale try ill Philadelphia.
Well atreet, New York. Apr.9,'sB.
Apr. 7, 'sBi—Sin.
1 AWES' COLLA RS & UNDERSLEEVII
4 4 in great variety at the cheep store of
11. P. ( - MIN.
NOVEL AND EXTRAORDINARY I
READ READ: READ 1!
NtWa.
The best chance fur s lady or gentleman to
make money ever offered, without interfering
with their regular business. We will seed full
particulate free. Address
HOWARD GRAY A CO.,
Boa 138 Columbus, Ohio.
Ivn•l6,'ak.6t.'
waommatto
MACHINE SHOP
A N D I! REN CB
BURR
•L --f. MILL STONE -
E.AGATairf,.II 2 CM.
Corner of Germantown twat rind New Market
Streets, on the North Pennsylvania Rail Road,
Philadelphia.
Constantly on hand or wade to older, the fol.
lowing highly approved Floor Mill Machinery.
%Voodward's Patent Portable Mills and Smut
Machines.
.....
Johnston's Patent Iron Concave Bran Dus ,
tern.
Stover 's Potent Fuel Saving Corn Kilns.
Pierson's Patent Barrel Iloopund Moulding
Machines.
Improved Bridge Steps and Bushes for Mill
Spindles.
. -
WARRANTED,
The best Anchor Brand Bolting Cloth Burr
Calico Mill Stones. Corn, Cole and Plaster
Crushers.
ALSO SOLE OWNER OF
Johnston , * Patent Coot Metal Con-
cave
- man DOWirtgl,
Ent and Suuth•Eaat of the Ohio and Muisisaip.
pi Rivera,
Wnrranted to take not of the offal of every
Bushel Ground. from 1 to 2i lbs, of standard
lionr, which could not be bolted out on account
of the electrical adliesior, to the Bran.
NOTICE t—l hereby warn all persons against
infringing my rights, secured by Letters Pa.
tent as above, as I will prosecute all persons
making, selling, or it:di:any Bran Dusters
with an Iron or Cast Metal Concave in vim
lotion of the Letters Patent of Joseph John.
stet., dated April 24th. 1854.
THOMAS B, WOO DIVA RD, Proprietor.
N. I3.—State and County Patent Rights for
all the above Machines for Sale
A uguat 29, 1855.
sour , wcorr,
EMOWE D
Attorneys at Law,
Huntingdon, Pa.,
Office Samoan that formerly occupied by John
Scott, Esq.
Oct. 19. 1853.
SAMUEL T. BROWN
£N~,
BLANKS I.
BLANKS I
1L d !~ o
A general u7,1:171Z17r1 Tliiiths of all de•
seriph., just printed and 14 sale at the
-Journal syliee."
A rpointna t of Referees, Commoti Bond.
Notiee to Returees, Judgment Notes
--- - ,
Sununu., Vei; - due Notes,
Esti:mime!, Constabll's Saks,
Seire Fitch., Suhixenns,
Complaints, Deeds,
11'arrants, • Mortiptges
Commitments, Bond to iddtmiiry Cousinlile. Se
7 / 1 ,?1,1 ga®VELEMSSO
MAN UEACTU I‘l,ll. AND IMPORT. , " "F
. 1 41 f f 1 1 110 LITAIUY.Iffi t. ZIo
Au. b 22 Clieglaitti Street, rialudelphia.,
Have for Rule, to consumers and the trade, the
largest assortment of Paper Hangings, Borders,
Decorations, Se., in the United Stater.
They msk the special attention of the trade
to a new and very beautiful article on met of
G6LD 111NDOW SHADES,
hich they are illy Alueing.
Sept.l 6, .
57:121.1.
WHALEBONE, REED AND BRASB
Hoops end Heed Skirts, tor sale nt the
!heap store of I). I'. (MIN.
A LETTER-COPIER FOR SALE.
An excellent one for sale at this office. This
is one.ol Adam,.Ve. I Cam and Lever Pres..
CABBIIO3I SEMINARY,
Only $19.5 0 pe7• Quarter.
l'ut; NEW VA CULTP.
ill. 1110. WALSH.
Professor ..fLmiztpips and Philosophy
Herr Karl Rockenheim,
Pi o/. of German Langnaie Literatur,.
M. Eugene Chtvaut,
Pr, lessor of P'.nch and Piano Music.
James W. Hughes,
Ptrye.,sor of Mathematics. etc
Mrs. M. IHCN. Walsh, Pree?tress.
Gr , chin Paint ;7? g, Botany, History etc
Miss E. Faulkner,
Alonochromai Painting, Drawing. ec.
Miss Anna Al. Gray,
Piano Illuec and French.
Miss Jennie M. Walsh,
Primary English
THIS SCHOOL HAS LATELY PASSED
into new hands, and the present owners
are determined to make it a first then
lion. The majority of die new Faculty lire M.
reedy on bond, nod students will be received as
soon as they wish to come.
Young !tidies mid gentlemen Intending logo
to school will do well to write to no beton, con
cluding to go eloewhere. There is no cheaper.
and we Mitre Mac trill be ,no better school
now than ours. •
Muth sexes are received, all branches taught
and students can enter at any time.
For limber inturmati ~,,, address
JOIIN D. WALSH,
Camille, Huntingdon Co, Pa.
December 9,1857.4 E.
BLANK/le—Always buy yuur Blanks at the
Journal Unice." We have now prepared a V4'
ry anpertorartiele of BLANK . DEEDS, BONDS,
Jul IGNIEN'r NOTES, SUBIM(tXS', EX EC I
lONS. tie.
B UCKS DI GLOVES & Maps;clips
I). P. GWIN'S
JOSEPH DOUGLAS, Gunsmith,
bleDuaaellatowa, Pa.
Dr. John McCulloch,
( - Were his pridessiona I semen. co the citizen.,
Ulbuntingdon and vicinity. Office, on Hill
between Montgomery atia Bath.
untingdon, Aug. 19, 1855.
11. ROMAN
CASSVILLE SEMINARY,
M. Mali Walsh. Prir.cipal.
This school for young Indies and gentlemen
is probably the chexpest one of the kind in the
country. The expenses per your for hoard.
room rent, cumin., fuel nod tuition in common
English ase only $BB.
Piano Music is only $5 per quarter. All
the languages and the 0.111111111111.1116 are . propur
tionally cheap. For other informationaddress
J o h n D, Walsh, Cassville, Huntingdon Co., Pa.
The next quarter commences Monday, Jan.
nat t y 18th, IbsB.
in .18,'6?.
MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS
Poop. Clans. DeGralla's
MAC r RIC OIL.
This Brent discovery is now creating n mitt
senantims among the Medical Faculties of Ets
rope stud this country. It will cure the fallow•
ing (not everything) t Warranted to
Cure Fever and Ague in one day. Cure chills
its five minutes. Cure Croup to one night.—
Cure Destiners in two to four days. Cure burns
and Scalds in ten minutes. Cure Sprains,
Wounds uud Bruises in from°ne to three days,
Cure Inflammation in one clay. Cure Neural
gia. Croup, Tooth Ache, Burns, in 10 ministry.
Cure Hemorrhage, &relish, Abscess, in ten
days. Cure Bruises, Wounds, Toter, in one to
three days. Cure Ear Ache, Stiff Neck, Agne
in one day. Core Felons, Broken Brenst,Snit
Rheum. in 'hive to six days. Cure Quine.y,
Palpitation, Pleurisy, in on , to ten day,. Cure
Astlonn, Pulse Gout. Erysipelas, in hve.to 20
days. Cure Trusted Feet, Chiblains, Chronic
Ithesonatisns. Stiff Joints, Sere Throat, Scarlet
Fever, nod the hone malt• to walk, by a few
bottles. This Oil (De Grath's) is mild and
pleasant, and is a grunt family Medicine fur
children teething, Ass. Ladies should all use
it. It. always leaves you better thous it finds
you, and one bottle often wires entirely.
Afflicted Thirteen P.n . s and Cured in Onc
Week. ,
Rev. James Temple.
Philudelphin, slime lhh, 1856.
Prof: De Grath : I hays been afflicted for
thirteen years with Neuralgia and other pain•
ful complaints, nod Ihave been unable to sleep
soundly or walk any distance for many years
puss Lost week I got a bottle of your "Elec. ,
trie Oil:' The flint nip.ht I slept soundly and
well, nod to.disy I ton like a new tons. kly
wife could not believe her eyes. Your Lleo•
trio Oil has done its one week what the ph3si
clans of Philadelphia !idled to do in thirteen
years. Gratefully yours.
It P. V. JAMES TEMPLE.
310 South toot..
DEAFNESS CURED.
New Haven, May 19th, 1856,
Prof. De Grath: My brother has been deaf
three years. A fte trjing many things, he us
ed your Oil a few lilacs. hid it cured him en
tirely. CLIFFORD tt SCRANTON.
There era numerous imitations sprung up On
the reputation that my article hits acquired,
The public must beware. They are worthless,
For sal • John Rend, Huntingdon.
A ug.5,'57„
T E
ceREATnsT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
EVilt KNOWN TO MAN!
~.lllTl?S«'ast'lsi
BLOOD -SEARCHER.
ult. LINDSEY has•diseuvered a remedy that
will cure all discuses arising rum impure
lieuid, which is the toundalion of all diseases.
I will warrant it to cure all •the withivenumed
diseases, such as
INFLAMMATORY EFIEDNIATISNI,
Chronic Scrraida, Humors of the Ski,,, rnun ,,, q,
Ulcers on the Iliad or Body, and all
Jheak-out on the Fuca
And it will also cure all Indolent Ulcers of
many years standing; Sore Mouth, counsel from
using murcury, nod will eradicate mercury.
from the system. When the INIPICOVED
111,0011 SEM:CIIII'DR operates on mercury,
all other impurities of the blood will be sweat
i ' rolei the system, and it purifies the blond as
pore as vegetable meliciee can 'mkt, it; and
when the blood is pure, the 1.11 woman or
child. will take no disease, for the impure blood
wkich is the cause of disease, is gone. It will
also cure all Debilitated Iq4ettses, such as
(hive front a derangement of• the liver; it will
bring the liver into a healthy action, and will
restore the ;mtient to health.
I.(tR SALE BY .10:11 Bend. Pontondon•—
Joe. I'. Benton, Cassville. Jut. Jolinatoo, Pe
ters).urg. Silas Crest:melt Manorldll. Win•
Davis, Statver.lll, Feet:dont Iron Co. Cr....tt,-
nurg Furnace. Iteddle & Stewart, Wert It ,r
-rec. Sand. W. Alyt.nt, Satikl.targ. li. Mc.
Burney, leAl,,v)s tort. Edat Alii.er.
av)s tiff, Joseph D..ttela4r. AleComa•lietowit.
!.1. 1). 110thriek & Co. Alarklesburg. Win. B.
Lou, Shirlopt!mrg. ()this., Orlitml
! sta. 1). 11. hliornsuti & (In. ]flutes Mills. Al.
A. kol.ison & Cu. 51,ii.11.; .I.p.n Short
& On. ltallleagle. 11. l . Walker,
las. (lurk & San, Birmingham. M, lieu
& Co. Warriorniark. U. 11. Sliner, Si , uee
Creek. .1. W. Matterit,
Sand. Nlattern.
Ilautitigthm. Fel, 24th, Ittso.—Gm
B OOTS & SHOES, the largest and cheapest
assortment in town, at
D. P. GWIN'S.
Gujt SHOES, cheaper at 1). P. O WIN
tlwu can ha had iu town. Call and be
A nliphlogialic Fait,
Thi s ,elelirnted medicine I+ for sale at the
Tottrhul office. For all inflammatory di.eases
it in a certrill cute. Gut Aht a Jtut try it, ye
who are afflicted.
20 Pm CENT. RAVED! I I
CO 1 PET ENT .lul,o ES have fp itvrl4,ided
flint 20 lirr rent. is •10 v hy intrelia.iitg
till 11.% ROW AltE and the rrgillur
HARDWARE STORE
OF
J A Itl S A . it 0 W N .
TO COTIOOUO this puhlir inivantnue tin gulp
.eriber hut just returned fruit] the East, with a
cumulate et..ch u:
liantiwatte, blactinains"fonce,
CI:TLE., HOLLOW -WADE,
PAINTS, SADDLE.,
OILS, COACII TRIMNINGS I &C.
Which IM has carefully selected, unit bought
at reduced prices, fronn the best houses in the
United States. Thus he is enabled to sell whole
side and retail extremely low. Country steal
ers, Builders. Mechanics, and the people better.
ally are respectfully invited to cull.
All meets messier prompt attention.
N.B.—Persous indebted to the late firm of
James A. Bre,' & Co., are requested ro looko
immediate payment to JAS. A. BROWN,
Ilusning,don,Apr.B;sB.
1000 POCKET KNIVES, some of the
best m the world. for tale by
JAMES A. Whl.
Tow LINES and BOAT ROPES, tut Palo
at tho flat dware More of
JAMES A. BROWN.
STONE CROCKS.JARS, ar„—tt large stock
fur bale at manufacturers' prices by
JAMES A. BROWN.
T 11 , 1E' PRESS GOODS. of rich style
az 'er oheap at D. P. GWIN'S.
114ROCIIA AND WOOL SHAWLS, fine
1 ) and cheap nt D. P. CiWIN'S.
Qll.l{ pONNETS of every vuriety end price
offering very cheap by
FISHER & McMuuTult.
DOUGLA SS it SIIERWOODS' Patient Ex.
tension Skirts, for main only by
rum. & blebName.
Glass Preaerving Jars,
different ei,en, for
isle by TM ER it birMIJIXTAIE.
I impossible to save more than flvo per cent., to
the Lungs are so cut up by the disease as tc bid
BOOKS , , 010 BOOK,' •• defiance to medical skill. Even, however, in the
40000 VOLUMES of new and popular last atom, Inhalation affords extraordinary re
, Books, embracing every variety lief to the suffering attending this fearful scourge
usually kept in a Philadelphia Book Store, and which annually destroys ninety-five thousand
many of them at loathe Publisher's retail price, persons in the United States alone ; and a cur
the subscriber now offers to the public. j rent calculation shows that of the present popu-
All school books used in the county can he lotion of the earth, eighty millions are destined
had in any quantities at retail and wholesale to till the Consumptive's graves.
rates. Foolscap. Letter and Wrapping Paper, Truly the quiver of death has no arrow so ft
wholesale or by the ream. tal as Consumption. In all ages it has been the
too superior Gold Pens with Silver and Gold , great enemy dlife 2 toy it !pares neither age nor
Cases, 1;om $1 upwards.
100 Pocket and Pen knives of Rogers and
other,' hest t.,:intiforttne.
100 splendid l'ort llonnaiesmol Pocket Booke
At Ott Ott. and
. 3.000 PIE(:} S WALL PAPER, of
the latest and prettiest styles, just received from
and New York. prices from 10 ets.
it piece end upward,
500 beautifully painted anti gold silted {Pin•
dow Shades at -i-fcts. and upw7trds. -
The public 1 ace but to cull find coastline, to
be convinced Om in buying of the above stock
they tc V. he pleased and also save money. Re-
Picini., the place. corner of Montgomery and
Railroad Even.; WAL COLON.
A pr.23,'56.
UNANUTS.-5000 Bushels Wilmington Pew
mute in ►tore and for sale by
W.M. N. sHuoAnn,
323 or 191 North 9d street, Phila.
CONFIKOTIONARY.—PIain nod fine Con.
lectionary toutmectured nod tier sale liv
Wit. N. SiIUGAIID,
323 or 191 North 3d street, Phila.
nRANGER AND LEmoss.-5 00 boxes
kt Or
nmges ind Lemons in Ft re cod for sale by
W M. N. SIIUGARD,
323 or 191 North 3d street,
I) A I STNS ,000 Boxes Bunch and Layer
Raisins in store and for sale by.
WM. N. SHUGART),
393 or 191 North 3d street, Phila.
THIS, DATES, PRUNES, CITRONS,
X Currants, in store and for sole by
WM. N. SIIUGARD,
923 or 191 North 3,1 btreit, Phila.
A LMONDS, WALNUTS. CREAM NUTS
LI and Filbert. in store and for Rale by
WM. N. SU IMAM),
Sept.9,'s7,ly. 323 or 191 Mit 3d st., PION
MUNIVING , DOII
• at),
TAE nndersigned (Avners of the T 1 untingdoh
Mill, inform farmers and the public general
ly, that they now have their new mill in running
order. with all the modern improvements in the
venter wheels and machinery.
They have put in five of the Improved Jon.
viii Turbine Wuter Wheels, and can grind in
all stages of the water, aim during the coldest
weather. any and all kinds of grain.
They are prepared to sell, and have on hand
for sale at all times, at market rate, all kind of
FIA)UR, FEED AND STUFFS,
. -
and farmers can have their own grain ground,
nod take it latt.k in a return load, or they enn
be furnialwd in exchange at a monient's notice
an equal quantity of Flour and Bran or chop.
pad feed.
Tam omure xvtaclazrom
is of nu improvoti inwitifitettre: mid they w;.l
insure u FULL TURN OUT of sliperior quail
ty to every bushel of groin 101 l to their mill.
FISHER & McNIURTRIE.
N. 8.--The Buckwheat stones are nut quite
Huntingdon, December 10, Md.
IN BLAST MAIM
F;r;;;;: - FO ttttttttt
THE SUBSCRIBERS TAKE THIS ME
thud of informing their trimis and the pub
lic. ,elierally, that they hare rebuilt the thitit
awl on Foundry, and are now in alteressful 'p
c,' ion, mid ure preparrici to furnish rusting of
all k hub.. 411 . the hest quality on the shortest no
tice and count reasonable terms.
farmers are invited to tall nod examine our
['loughs. We are motitifactitrfog the Hunter
Plough, (this plough tusk the premium at the
I I untiogdon County Agricultural Fair, in 1855 )
also Muter'. celehrated Cutter Plough, which
can't be beet. together nit). the Rep..., Hill
.ffit It a r,h e a r We bare on hand
sod are inatinfacturiog stores, such /In Cook,
and ~Hire stoves ...al Cr .6011.
11OLLOW-4111P.11
:ottinting of Kettle•.. Boilers, Skilletg, !Le.. nli
or whirl. will he pold cheap for call, or lo ex
elsoge for country produce. OW tnetol token
for new enntinp. By a .trirt. attention fir hurl
tie. nod desire to I,len.e, wr, hope to receive a
.bare of pul•'ir patrotinge,
.1. )1. CUNNINGHAM & BRO.
April 30, ISFIII.-a.
NEW AND CHEAP
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERY STORE
13AV:1; the of
H ain ri ng (ha n and vicinity, and the public gen•
yrally, that he has opened a Gincery Store on
Hill straart, Huntingdon, a few doors west of
Wm. Orhison's residence, where he will at all
times lie priary(' to anode customers with
ALL KINDS 01' GROCERIES,
CHEAPER TIIAN 111 E I'IIEAPEST
at wholesale and retail. Sugars, Coffee, Teas,
Mulassea, Cheese, Silken, Confectionaries,
Hams, Salt, Brooms, Buckets, Segura. Tobac
co, &v., &c.i iu lam, every article usually kept
in a Grocery Store.
As 1 am determined to sell cheaper than the
cheapest, ( valet ',ter) body to conned examine
my smelt and prices. DAVID GROVE.
Iltattittpdoti, J Illy 29, '57..1y.
MENS' UNDElttililltTS ANL DRAWERS
Linen Shirt Breasts. Bonny mule
white slid fancy shirts, nod °Mime yore churl
at IL (41V.IN'S.
SILK BONNETS in great variety and cheap
at p.
VltiOs. P. ff,,LIEPtDIII3I.
ATTORNEY .1T LA If',
wiltaterul to all businerr entrumed tohim.of.
fire nearly opposite the Court flouts
NI ay 5. 's!i r
aufm.tvaiw—toh-4,76f-iiY.
CONSIJIIIPTION
And all Diseases of the Lungs and Throat,
ARE POPITIVI.6.
CUBA nixdill\ 11ALATION.
Which conveys the remedies to the (unities in
the lungs through the air montages, and coining
in direct contact with the disease, mintralizos
the tubercular *natter, allays the cough, causes
Ire( and pipty -spertoration, heals the lungs,
purities the Mood, imparts council vitality to the
nervous system, giving that tone end energy pa
indispensable or the restoration of health.
be able to state confidently that Consumption is
curiride by inholution. is to men source of until
eil plwure. It is us much under the tun.
trnl of medical treatment us any other formid
able disenso ; ninety out of every hundred ca
ses con he cured in the tint stages, and filly yer
cent. in the second ; hut in the third loge In
iirx, but uv:reeps otf alike the brave, the b - eauti•
}id, the grneelill end the gifted. By the help o
that Supreme Being from whom cometh every
good and perfect gift, I am enabled to offer to
1 ntflictkd a neFrnniient and speclr cure in
.nnsumpt ion: The first cause of tubercles is
fl,lll impure blood, and the Immo - lime effect pro
ducedby their deposition , in the lungs is to pre-
.
vent from admission ot ttir into the air cells,
which CllllBllB a weakened vitality through the
entire system. Then surely it ie more rational
tee expect greater good from medicines entering
the cavities of the lungs than those administered
through the stomach ; the patient will always
find the lungs free and the breathing easy, nfter
luhnling remedies. Thus, Inhibition in n local
remedy, nevertheless it ants constitutionally and
with more potter and certainty than remedies
administered by the stomach. To prove the pee/-
cried send direct influe nee of this secede of admin
istration, elelorofierna inhaled will entirely de
stroy sensibility in a fine minutes, paralyzing
the entire nervous system, so that n limb may be
amputated without the slightest pain; inhaling
the ordinary burning gas wall destroy life in a
few hours.
The inhalation of ammonia will rotten the sys
tem when Minting or apparently dead. The o
dor of many of the medicines is perceptible in
the sktn a few minutes after hying inhaled, anti
may be imtnedintely detected in the blood. A
convincing proof of the constitutional effects of
inhalation, is the - Stet that sickness is always pro•
nuced by lereathing Mut not this positive
evidence that proper remedies, enrefinlY ProPor
eel and judiciously administered thro' the longs
should produce the happiest results 1 During
eighteen years' practice, many thousands suffer
ing from diseases of the lungs lend throat, have
been under my care, and I oftve effheted many
remarkable cures, even ether the sufferers had
been pronounced in the last stages, which fully
satisfies Ina that consumption is no longer 'a M
ud disease. My treatment of consumption is
original, and founded tat long experience and a
thorough investigation. My perfect acquaintance
with the nature of tubercles. enables me to
distinguish, readily, the carious forms of disease
tliat simulate consumption, and apply the proper
remain., rarely being mistaken even inn single
ease. This Mtiiilieerity, in connection with cer
tain puthologicit I and microscopic discoveries en
adder ine to relieve the lungs nom the eilimm of
contracted chests, to °Margo the chest, purify
the bleed, impart to it renewed vitality, giving
energy mad tone tee the entire system.
Aletlieines with full directions sent to any part
of the United Staten and Clinittlas ley patients
eOtaltilinicating their symptoms by letter. But
tier cure would lee more certain if the patient
should pity men visit, Which would give me all
oppOrtUility to examine the lungs and enable nio
to prescribe with Much greater certainty, and
then the cure could he effected without my see
ing the patient again.
.W. It AII A AI, 51.
OFFICE, 1131 FILBERT Sn center, (Old No. 1090
• Below Twelfth,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
August 5, '857.-I.y.
or all disease ; the great, first cause
Springs from neglect ur Nat ure's laws,
SITTER NOT
\Viten a cure is guaranteed in all stages of
SECRET DISEASES.
Self-Abuse. Nervous Debility. Strictures, Meets
Gravel, Diabetes, Diseases of the Niamey and
Bladder, Mercurial Rheumatism, Scrofidii,
Pities iu the Bones and Askles, Diseases of the
Lungs. Thrimt, Nose and Eyes, Ulcers upon
the Body or Limbs, Cancers, Dropsy, Epilep
tic Fits, St. Vita's Dance. and all diseases ari
sing from is derangement of the Sexual organs.
Such us Nei, am Trembling, loss of 51eino
ry, Lora or P•nrer, General Weakness, Direness
of Vision, with peculiar spots 'lmmuring before
the eves, Loss of Sight, Wakefulness, Dyspeo
sin. Liver Disease, Eruptions upon the Face,
Patin in the back and head, Female irregulari
ties, and all improper dischargestrom both sexes.
It matters not item what cause list (Ilse., oriel
noted, however long standing or obstinate the . !
nose, recut...ow is certain, and ill a shorter ti me
than a permanent rare ran 110 effected by any
other treatment, even after the disease has baf
fled the skill of eminent physicians and resisted
nll their means rare. 'rho medicines are
pleasant without odor, causing no sickness mid
free from mercury or balsam. During twenty
years of practice, I Inure rescued from the jaws
I of Death many thousands, who, in the last stn
gee of the nlioye mentimed diseases had been
give', up by their physicians to die, which war
rests user hr promishig to the idliieted, who nay
place themselves under my cure, n perfect and
most speedy cure. Street niseitses are the
greatest enemies, o health. as they are the tir..t
came Col.morotirm. ScrollOit awl ninny cub
er diseases, total should be a terror to the lin
; roan snarly. As a Uertli.tnent cure is seareely
roue effected, it majority id die rotes tailing in
to the bonds of incompetent persons, wits not
only hod to /lire the diseases hut ruin the con
stitution, filling the system with mercury, which
with the disease, lousiest the sufferer into a en
phi Commuiptien.
list should the disease and the treatment not
cause death speedily and the Vieth° marries, the
disease la entailed upon the children. woo are
liont with kettle constitutions, and the eurreut
of life corrupted by n virus which lietmys itself
in Scrolula, Totter Ulcers, Eruptions. and oth
er atketiotis of die skin. Eyes. Throat and
Lungs, entailing UllOll ties!' brief existence of
sittlering and consigning Item to un early
- Sall-abuse is another formidable enemy to
health, for nothing else in the dread catstlogue of
human diseases causes so destructive a drain
upon Ulu system, drawing its thousands of vier,
thus through a few years of suffering down to an
untimely grave. It destroys the Nervous sys
tem, rapidly wastes away the energies of ge,
causes mental derangement, prevents the proper
development of she Is) slon, discputlities for mar.
risme, meissty, business, end all earthly happi
ness, end leaves the sufferer wrecked in body
and this d, asessisposed to consumption and a
trans of es ilo more to be dreaded than deittli it-
Pelt: With !In fullest conlislenee I assure the
*odor:mime victims of Pelf-Abuse that is speedy
end permanent cure ran be effected, and with
the abandonment of ruinous. practices my mi
ttenss can be restored to robust. vissorons health.
The afflicted aue cautioned against the use of
Patent Medicines, for there aye so many ingeni
ous !mares in the mOilllllll9 of the publie prints
to catch and rob the unwary sufferers thut
into their constitutions ruined by the vile
compounds of quack (Meters, or the equully poi
.11(.1. MAMMON vended as l'atent Medicines."
1 into carefully analyzed many of the so-coiled
Potent Aledienies and find that nearly all of
them contom Corrosive Sublimme, which is Otto
of the strongest preparations of mercury nod a
deadly poison, which instead of curing the dis
ease multi'es the system tar life.
Three-widths of the patent medicines now in
WO are put up by unprincipled and ignorant per
sons, who do not unduistand even the ulplaMet
of innteria medica, and are equally as destitute
Of oey knowledge of the human system. having
ty one object in view, and that to make mon
ey regardless of consequences.
I li regularities and ell diseases of males and
females treated un principles estoldisheil by
twenty years of practice, and sanctioned by
thomunils of the must remaikable cures. Medi-
CIIIOh whin Inn bollt to any part of the
United Stows and Canados, by fitments commu
nicating Mei, symptums• by letter. business
correspondence strictly confidential. Address
J. BIJNIMER VILLE, M. it.,
OFSHM, No. I l al lethnoter Sr, (Old 1kp.109.)
Below Twelfth,
PILILADELPLUA.:
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0 .c000000.,-..o ci a..
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qin 0 0 ' ,
JOB OFFICE g i t '::
4 g OF TILE 0
0 6, IIUNT. JOURNAL." 0
1 '
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o o -
4:: ek The largest and but 0 L
4 : JOB OFFICE ?)
.1 t o ) IN rHE COUNTY. °„
44,7 ) 0 JOU-WORK 0
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J 0 al lE 0
ffillCO : •
4' j EXECUTED 0
...) As Cheap as the Cheapesti'o ) c,
&BD CATTIER U (
" THAN : alb'
4, . ICKII lINST. °„ *la
) ~ E RFECTILtTI9 " ' .., r: TOP
41 IVARRAN . ... 0 0 ' 4 .1.
41 All kinds of g
41: BLANKS ° ,-..
. , g,..,„...-..T. T ..i.y . :, , ,, , ,,, ,..A. 1 , 1 „, ,:.
NNYVVlcetlreVegi
RAILROAD HOURS,
Titus GOING EAST.
Mail T. I• Ex. T. Fast T.
Train learns P. M. A. M. P. M.
Petersburg, 1.06 4.02 8.05
llnutingclon, 1.22 4.17 8.20
Mill Creek, 1.33 4.27 8.33
Mt. Union, 1.47 4.41 8.47
TRAINS GOING West.
Train loaves P. M. A. M P. DI
Mt. rnion, 4.32 6.45 8.20
Mill Creek 4.48 6.58 8.53
Huntingdon, 5.v3 7.11 8.45
Petersburg, 5,40 7.23 8.68
11. K. NEFF,M.D.,
ITAVINa located himself in WARBIORSIARR
-LA in this county, would respectfully offer
professional services to the citizens of that place
and the country aaja,ent.
REFFIMENCES:
J. B. Luden, M. I). Gen. A. P. Wilson,
M. A. Henderson, " Wm. P. Or toson, * Esq
J. 11. Dorsey, " Hun. James Gwinn,
M. Stewart, " John Scott, Esq
Hon. George Taylor
'don, Pa
Jacob M Gommill, M. D., ellexands
.lolitt 'AFC:taloa, '' Petersburg
p 7
A. P. Wn.son. R. MUCH PETRIZIIf
• IVILSON & PETRIKIN,
ATTORJVEYS .9T L.VV,
lIIINTINGDON, PA.
Preetiee in the several Courts of Huntingdon,
Blair, Cambria, Centre, Main and Juniata Coon•
es. March 23, 1853.
CARD TO l'lll3 LADIES.
DIL DUPONCO'S GOLDEN PILLS
IRE infallible in removing stoppages 9r irreg.
ularites of the menses.
— These l'ills are nothing new, but have bees
used by the doctors fur jiiany years, both in,
Pranceand A merles, with unpurallelled success;
uud be is urged by ninny thousand ladies, who
have used them, to make the Pills public, for
the alleviation of those stillering from any irre
gularities of %%listener nature, as well as to prc•
vent pregnancy to those ladies whose health
w ill n o t permit an increase of family.
Pregnant females or those supposing them
selves so, are cautioned against these Pills
while pregnant, as the proprietor assumes no
responsibility after the above admonition, al.
thouch their mildness would prevent any m's
chief to heal t li; otherwise these Pills are recom •
mended. Full and explicit directions accotn
ply cad! box. Price, $1 per box.
Sold wholesale and retail by
JOHN READ, General Agent
for Huntingdon Co., Pa.
I have appointed Dr. John Read Sole agent
for the sale of my French Periodical Golden
Pills, for the borough and county of Hunting.
don. All orders must ho addressed to him
Ile will supply dealers at the proprietor's pri
ces, and send the Pills to ladies (confidentially
by return mail, to any part of the UUited States,
on receipt of $l, enclosed to him through the
Huntingdon post•ollice. For further purlieu.
Inns get a circular of the Agents—sold by drug.
gists everywhere.
fly signature is written on each box.
J. DUPONCO,
Broadway P. 0., New York,
Ju1y29,'57..1y.
300 KEGS PAINTS.
White Lead, (pure) $2 50 per keg.
" " (Wm) 275 " "
Philadelphia Zinc Paint, 240 " "
Beet Snow white, 268 ft ti
Oils, Sc., and all kinds of HARDWARE and
building materials in proportion, at the "Hard
were Store" of J..A. BROWN & CO
Huntingdon, Apr.8,'58.41,
leapest "Job Printing , ' Office
IN IENZ CLOUNIfT.
We have now made such arrangements in our
Job Office as will enable us to do all kinds of
Job Printing at •30 per cent.
cheaper rates -----
'rnuu any Office in the County.
Give us n call. If we don't give entire satisfae.
tion, no charge at nil will be made.
fir , 111.: largest and cheapest stocleof fancy Silk
i• and colored Straw Bonnets in town, is at
Fisuzit & MCMI3I2IIIE'S.
ALL -WOOL, Ingram, Venetian, List and
Hag Carpet. Also, Cocoa, Jute and Alli
cots Mats, can be lied cheap at the store el
Fist= & McMcn-rnia.
greatest variety of the richest styles
Dress Goods and Trimmings can always
found at tho fashionable store of
FISHER & llfuMultratE,
T ILE latest and newest styles Ladles' Collars,
at Ftenzn & MCMURTRIS'EI.
C LOAKS, Talmas, Itii olettes, Victorin. and
head Dresses, are sold at prices which defy
competition by Fianna &
BOOTS, SIIOFS, HATS end CAPS, the
largest stock over brought to town are sell
tog very cheap et Flettaat & McMunTniE.
DILA NKETS, Flannels, Linens, at al
prices, at the mammoth atore of
MOMURTRIE.
MOURNING COLLARS, of the handeom
eat etyler,jost received by
FISHER & MOMVATRIE.
DR. J R.HUYETT
.44 "" z T
ALEXANDRIA, BURT. CO., PA.
I, IPS7.—Iy.