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Weinenday Morning, January 5, 1859
-Zone aro so Blind t.sThey That Will not
'This truth is painfully illasfrated just
'now by the miserable twaddle of dough
'Nee Douglas editors and their piratical al
lies, such as the Huntingdon American.—
`They are perpetually harping on the rights
of th South, which means the right of
the elave.breeders, slave merchants and
slave owners to carry their human chortles
in the Territories once dedicated to free
dent by the ordinance of Jefferson. They
clamor for the right to extend slave labor,
end, inconsistently, at the same time, pro
fees to advocate protection to free labor!—
They will not see that if slave labor enter:,
and overspreads the Terriloriee, honorable
free labor is, Iroin that moment, practical.
ly excluded. Intelligent white laborers
will riot cast their lot for life amongst
degraded negro bondmen, will not subject
their offspring to the poverty and ignorance
which to entailed on the laboring classes—
especially the poorer classes—in all slave
conntriee. These important truths were
recognized by the immortal Jefferson, and
by all the great statesmen of the nation,
from the days of Washington to a recent
period, Rut the present supporters of the
Kansas Nebraska Act, ignore these truths
Raul cherish a falsehood instead because
they will not see. They persistently shut
their eyes to the blighting influences of
•lave labor, to the ignorance, poverty and
wretchedness of the great mass—nineteen
twentieths—of the white population in the
Slave States of our Union, They will not
see the painful truth, that, except on the
borders of the free States, not ore poor
white 112,111 in twenty, in all the Slit 'a
Stank, can write his name; not one in five
hundred ever reads a newspaper ; not one
in a thousand can give his children even
the elements of an English education ; or
*vet hope to see their condition any better
than his own. Political editors, blinded
by party prejudices, and pirates, stiniuln.
• ted by the hope of bribes, will not see accu
mulatingignorance and degradation that
met on nearly six millions of native Ante.
ricans of their own color and blood, while
km than half a million nabobs possess all
the land and wealth, monopolize all the lel
ttcntion and respectability, hold all the offs
ces of honor or profit, and exercise an un
dieputed control over the whole slave coun
try, where nn man can hold office unless
be owns aioves. Politicians will not ace
these things--these anomoliee in our Re.
public because they neck not for truth, but
only for votes and party influence, 'l'heir
piratical allies will not see them, because
they seek only gold, the price of their tern
non to the interests and rights of freedom
and free labor. But, thank God, the mass
of the people cart nu longer bo kept in ig
norance in matters which so vitally effect
the prosperity of our common country,
and especially of the honest working clue
acs who earn thitir bread by their daily
toil. And a vast majority, at least ninety
mint in every hundred of our population,
belonrto these classes. In the free &rites
education is general; the whole people are
growing in intelligence; and though long
misled by those who will not see, they are
at length opening their eyes to the start
ling truths we are discussing. In fourteen
of these States the people have raised their
voice against extending servile labor and
its inevitable concomitants—indolence, ig•
norance and poverty—over our free nation
These States, embracing nearly half the
political p • t er of the Union, numbering
considerably uto•a than half the white pop
ulation, and possessing four fifths cf the
substantial wealth and education of the
whole country —have revived the doctrines
of the founders of the Republic, and they
mean to adhere to those doctrines till the
,dark clouds that now threaten our glorious
-free institutions, shall roll back over Ma
son & Dixon's ltnef and freemen shall! no
longer sutler from the aggres. ions of free
trade and slavery. Pennsy I vania end New
Jersey, too, are awaking from their delu-
Alen and past indifference, throwing off the
shackles of a treacherous party, and pre
paring to resist the tyranny of King Cot
ton. The last October election was a long
step in the right direction,. It is au ear•
nest, a pledge for the future. Our people
are beginning to see that the free, white
man's interests are deeply, vitally involved
in the question of Slavery extension ; that
the white man's rights and interests are in
danger, not the negroes. They are begin
ning to realize the great fact that if negro
labor once ocauptes the soil, white labor
mutt abandon it, or be chained dq.vn to a
condition of ignorance and poverty almost
:RV degrading as ldlavery itself, 0 \tr pen.
pie are beginning to understand the rela
tion of antagonism which naturally and
tnevitably exists between free end slave
labor. They feel that the two cannot pos
sibly flourish together ; and es they want
the fertile west far the white posterity of
Tree parents, they will not yield it to the
breeders of "woolly heads," But the peo
ple of Pennsylvania are beginning to see
another important truth, a truth so plain
that all man who read—even the unfledg
ed politiOal goslings that gabble through
the columns of Nash's little paper--
must see it whether they have the hones. l i
ty . to admit it or not. The truth to which '
we refer, is that in slave-holding, eommuni
tier, such as our southern States, a protec
lii:e tariff is an abomination not lobe tol
erated. Fur yours the South has been ar
rayed, and but too successfully, Against the
adoption of a tariff ci spectlic dudes, such
a , the business intere&ts of the free States
require, and without etilich they cannot
enjoy permanent prosperity. The truth
that slavery and free trade are inseparable
can no longer be concealed. The records
of Congress show that since the days of
Nullification in South Carolina, the slave
interest has been steadfast and determined
in its hostility to any Tariff which would
efficiently !newel and encourage the pro
ducts of free labor. Since the hopeless
corruption of the old Democratic party,
unscrupulous polkicians and their merce
nary hireling, have time and again Mu
' (led Pennsylvania into a •• uicidal desertion
of the only reliable friends of Prot,clion,
Thus, in 181-1, though this bu.siness 'inter
ests of the country had scarcely recovered,
and the "Twill of '412," from the crush
ing influence of the advalorunt tariff
which preceded it, Pennsylvania, soothed
by the-increasing prosperity, but untuind
ful of (lie cause, and lured by the siren
song of u pseudo Democracy, voted ',James
Polka mare than Henry Clay!"
Fatal delusion ! The bitter fruits if that
f Ily are now being felt in almost every de.
p mien% of productive industry. not on ly
in this State, but throughout the !rest cud
' rib, and the eyes of the people are be
' lug opened. ft ithni the last fifteen innetha
. multitudes of quiet _citizens, heretofore,
unused to investigate political questirs,
. have been carefully examining this subject
—an I earnestly, seeking the truth. 'Fury
I . are rapidly coining to light. They are be.
Owing to understand the Cincinnatt Plot
form which advocates "Ire,, trade with all
na,imt•." Tn• y are beginning to ore the
_connection between free trade and shrue
labor . 0 it the one hand, rind free soil and
prat, etion to /r,e labor on the other. The
result of the last State t.lection is evidence..
of the progress they have wade in then.
studio, Tfir gaod seed of truth hits been
sown in goad ground; it has germinated.
and will grow to it 101 l growth in 186 U. It
is our grits conviction that no power 0
earth can arrest the wind of l'enitsylva
Hilt and turn her from her purpose; and
that at, will, in less than two yeas, stand
side 11 rids with New York and Ohio,
the Ein;iire Sfmte of the North and the
Qua en ;Mate of the West, OH three two
g eat Jina,ricon que,tions, "Free soil" and
"Free Labor," with ample protra•tiart to
V% MITE AND BLACK PAR 1110.—The
b:ny Journal thinks that the epithi t "Black
ltepuhl:cau" is di.enkdly out of place, con
sniering that the Republican Stales hots
have 13,56.0,650 whites, while the dom.
ucrutic have but 6,422,418—the former be.
nrig in the proportion of two to one. Ac
cording to ihe census the Repubilean is
pre eminently the whi l e omen's prety.
riff' No change in the flour markets
this tv.., lc.
Our Vonit Cr:able.
Therribune Stumm: Jar 1859.—We
have received a copy of this popular an
nual. its cements are : Astronomical cal.
culations for the year 1359; Government
of the United States—Executivo and Ju
dicial. A list of the mend, of t h is ti n ,.
ted States Senate, politically classified. A
li,t of the members of tho House of Rep.
resentativei, politically classified, a sketch
of the trouhlos to Ut th. Abstract of Me
laws passed at the last •essino of Congress.
Governments of Europe—ruling sover
eigns, &c. How they alert bogus U S.
Senato•,-s in Indiana. Election returns from
all the States holding general elections in
1858. carefully compiled and compared
with former elections. especially for the
Tribupe Almaime. Election returns of
The State of New York by townships and
wards. List of Stales, Co ;Mule, Governors
Times of L.gislative meetings, holding of
E:ections.&c. With other matter of goii
eral and p •rmanent interest. Agents and
others will please send intheir orders.
Price (postage prepaid), single copes, 13
cents, American Coin; twelve copies, $1;
100 copes, $B. If sent by express, 87 per
100 ;13 copies for $l. Orders, accompa.
nied with thecash, respectfully solicited.
Address Horace Greeley & Co., Tribune
Buildings, New York.
111111rThe New York• Waoerley, a .mag
nificent paper, published it Mew York
and at 15 Brattle street, Boston, at only $2
per annum, on the finest satin paper, ele
gantly illustrated with original cuts, la a
most excellent, as well as artistically beau
tiful paper, well worthy an honored place
in- every family. A great feature is the
publication of the "Waver/elf Novels,"
worth more annually than the price of the
Peterson's Bank Note List,—This De
tector stands among the formost in the es
tiara inn of all men of experience an a re
liable guide for money 'natters. Prico
ATLANTIc MONTHLY.--This excellent
monthly for January 1859 is on our table
filled with its useful interesting matter.
The Nlinisters Wooing, a Serial from the
pen of Mrs 11. B. Stowe, begun in the
December number will be continued
throughout the present volume. Now is
the time to send 03 to Philips, Sampson
&Co , Bostoi, Muss., and get the work
for n 3 ear.
FAMILY MAGAZINE—Frank Le , slies New
Family Magazine, with which is Incorpo
rated the Gazette of Fabhion for Janu , ry
1859, is on our table. 'I his is a superior
Magazine. The rending matter is such
RS cannot help but please. The Fashion
Plates are superb. Inn word tt is the
Magazine. Price $3 per annum.
GENIBRE FARMER —The J., nuary 111.11.
bertof this excellent periodical now on
our table, it is filled trial i, ful information
fur the Agrieulturalibt, P , ice 50 cetii.
SCHOOL JOURNAL —This is on excel
lent monthly published in Philadelphia 1,)
o. N , Townsend, Each number will
contaiii sixteen Royal quarto pagesnichoice
original reading mutter. _ Terms $1
KENNIDY'S BANK NOTE REVIO a' .—• l6ls
is one of our most reliable gui , !es we have
iu wearing our , ;nurse through This
num time of counterfeit and bogus morn.
We ad vise all,peoptv to send $1 to J. M
Kennedy i ittsburgh, l's., nod get it fora
PENNSYLVANIA STATE SENTINEL —nig
is the title GI tt new paper to he published
by Charles D. Hineline, in Harrisburg, to
be devoted to the interests of the Hems.
crane Party. It makes a very cmlitable
appearance, and we hay,' no doubt but will
do good . buttle for its party. 'Perms, Week
ly, *2; Semi-weekly, (during session.) $1;
Later and Important.
The correspondent of the associated
Press serpis the following, dated
BALIZE, (lOrldilreS, Dec. 2t); 1858.
Toe schooner Susan was wreck'd on the
Glovers, a coral reef, sixty miler from 13a•
hr., on the morning of Ow With. The pas.
sengers were saved., but the
.vessui is a to.
tal loss. Cain Maury endeavored to char.
ter another vessel to carry his passengers
on. Gov. Seymour tender , d the British
steamer Basilisk to convey the pas,engers
to tiny Southern port of the United States.
An .‘ merle.' Captain circulated, prejit.
dirial reports, but the !Atwell or chorine to
re•;ard thew as shipwrecked citizens of ti
friendly 1ia1..011, and offered every assistance
The pisserigers will return to Maid!,
BEDFORD RAILRORD.—The engineers
now engaged in surveying tho route for
the 13...M0rd Railroad, represent the grade
to be coil, the overage cost per mile for
grading being estimated at ob at $4.000.
They mite the length or the road niurieen
miles, one mile shorter than former surveys.
It is knitter. that a vessel called the sit
van with (tenor three hundred fillitnhiers
on board, escaped (rpm Nlobile and the
surveillance of the U. S. Revenue, Cutter
at that port, and inside sailtor Nicaragua.
We ace it stated that a td. graphic dis.
patch received ut Wash. ogle •, on 'roars
day, :flys the Susan's have al'
fected a landing Nicaragua in safe.y,
after having r•ucceseluliy clued the yes
eels of Inc squadrons guarding that coast.
The fellows must hove been very lucky
to elude, not only the U. S. officers ut Ali,-
bile, but the Ainf.rican and English squad
rons posted to intercept lit San Juan. If
they haeti really landed in Nicaragua, tt e
blink feel solos curiosity to Teurn what next
641 them, whether they sulli , reil the
late of a the grey ever; man of destiny,"
or became the Cortezzes and lizarros of
Central A MOr kn.
On the 27d inst., by Rev. S. 11. Reid, Mr
David M. Ralim to Miss Betlibliebat Martin,
both of Huntingdon.
The above notice was accompanied with a de.
liciout cake, for which we feel gratefdl. May
the wedded Ka of him and his bonnie bride
ever be a complete and perfect realization of
"Two souls with hut a single thought,
,Two hearts that heat as one."
On the 11 th ult., by David Snare, Esq., Mr.
Samuel Coats to Miss Susannah McCoy, both
On the 25th l u st., by the same, Mr. Christian
Yetter to. Miss Elisabeth Brown, both of the
borough of Huntingdon.
On the 16th inst., by Rev. A. B. Still, Mr.
Silas Yocum to Miss Rachel Brennatnan, both
of Ruystown Branch.
On the 30th inst., by the same, Mr. Henry
Kind' to Miss Rebecca Anp Nash, both of
On the 28th ult.. by the Rev. S. H. Reid, Mr.
Isaac K. Hatfield to \fins Catharine Kuhn.
both of Spruce Creek
DALLEPS MAGICAL PAIN EXTRC
n all diseases inhumation mote or lens pre.
I dominates—now to allay inhumation strikes
at the root of all tliseusett—hence nu i•nmedi•
DALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRGTOR
Hurl nuiliiu~ else, will 111111 y inlialnalloll at once,
and make a certain cure.
Dalley's Magical Pain Extractor will cure
the following among a grant catalogue of
diseases: Burns, Scalds, Cute, Chafes, sore
Nipples, Corns, Bunions, Bruises, Strains,
Bites, Poison Chileets. Gout, Swelling, rthet,
11101.11, SoulA Bead, Salt Rheum, Baldness,
Krysidelas, Ringworm, Barbers Itch, Small
Pox, :`,leule Rath. Sc., he.
TO some it may apnea'. incredulous that so
many diseases should be reac!7fal by oiiii i•
vie ; such an idea will ratiish when tell.: ion
points to-the fact, that the valve is'a coot Mini.
Lion of ingredients, each and every one apply.
tug a perreet antitisle to its apostate
GALLEYS MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR
magical, bemuse, the tom, is
short between diseases and rt permanent mire ;
mid it is an extractor. as it draws :ill ilisen,cs
oat of 'the affected part., I,,.iag nature
I,orte•ct 7is beton., the ilij it is searee , y
~,ry stir that tete lease, work :dep. Of
11:11iillInetory sleadel be taw traemcat witheaet it.
No Pala Extractor is ce , e , tit' eyeless the
box has has upon it a Steel 1.11.,
with tiee tettuc, of i;eitiy
salt! Icy ail the, Itrier,i,ts :teal !aorta
dealers threete,heatt the Untited States
Cluubvt, Si,. Nov York.
Jolla Itpar?. A,lit Naming;lun Pa,
Nov. 17r5 ,, -ly
073,TILINS' COURT SALE.
li Y wl . :1 1 1 ' );:• . : ' ,. 1: 1:,z o e:1 " t d o er p ° uLll i e l lit ° 1: 1 :1 1 1 1 1T1 ' 1 8 t: p e r ' : n il .
On Saturday 18th of December, , 551,
next. at 12 o'clock, A. M., the following des.
late the property of Rowland Loomis, deed.,
situate in Dublin township, Huntingdon court
ty, to wit
All that certain tract and parcel of
land being the mansion litrm, bounded by lands
of William Murray, and others y
ettnitti)ting about one 'Mildred
and fully aereA, about sixty
acres cleared, with n line lime
stone quarry, three dwelling homes and other
ALSO—A certain tract or mour.tain land,
adjoining the land above described, lands of
Alexander McAninch and Mhos. containing
three hundred arroA nr
ALSO—A certain otner piece or pnreel of
timber land, with a lirit rah• Saw Mill thereon,
adjoining lands. of John Athinsun and others,
containing twenty two acres, or thereabouts.
AND ALSO--A eertaiii other piece and
parcel or land hounded by lands of William
Murray and others, enntaininOwenty acres or
T E It 11S f—One.tbird of the purchase mon
ey to be paid en confirmation of the sale. tied
the residue in equal ..unnal payments, with in
terest from '.he day of confirmation—to be se
cured by the bends and mortgage of the par
chaser. Attendance will be Mee. by
,TAIIEti KELLY, Adnir.
Burnt Cabbies, Nov. 24, 'sB.—ts.
NEW ENGLAND *XI T L EID ENT.
HARE 0 IPITIMN VEY.
To AL "WilliviTi NG FAUNS S
IN n healthy pla,e, twenty-live miles from PIM.
adelphia, on the Citinden Atlantic railroad,
New Jersey. Art old estate has recently been
opened for sale, And the first division ail 10 000
acres divided up into farms of twenty acres up
wards. The soil in of the best quality dirt the
production of b nits, grains, &c. The price is
$ 151520 I er acre, payable in easy quarter yearly
instalments, within a term of into years, with
harvest. 'rhe terms are made easy, in order to
iwure the rapid improvement of the land, by en-
Hiding every,indisstrious man to buy it thrill. It
is no being extensively improved by good roads
and s"me of the In., citizens front Now England
and the State. , are erecting bilge onprove- I
mints. It a sortie of the greatest improve
nictit out of Philadelphia. Seventy-five houses
have been built in mar 1311/11111s. Practical far- '
morn and husine,s men I-' nn the length and
breadth of the Ceh.e are settling there. It is an
importent loisiness.plave, on 11,311111 t 01 its being
in the midst of 0 great market. Every artiele
raised tmon this land link 311 immediate sale.—
'rim water is excellent, awl no such thing as fo
vet is known.
The soil is a sandy or clay loam, o ith a clay
bottom and retentive or manures. It is tree a
gropes end is easily worked. it 111.3111114 largely
1111 all phosphates. and such is its Pert-lily that
from the crops produced upon Mill loot 111111 the
large are,a adjo;ning culler cultivation, it will he
Brood not to be exclie.; to 'three in the produc
tion of crops most adapted to its !tuottet.
The re.l;!, limy he well Jim ti, ; :t the eArliesi
and the hest Britt , and vegetables mane from Nov
.11,,,cy. which are anllll,tlly exported ti
amount of millions or deih.s. The toil. h. -
sides being in every way ..eve , sible for
has an abundant supply of the t 0...-1 dity of
I.tahlter and huildini Inateei ils rnn he had nn
the setat a vheap prig, 11. , ,in the mid , t 1 :,er
mill are 11 , 1 AV 11,111,,, "pH:pd.:old I dog
started on the gro,,tel. A pers,al pat .tp a
frame lenement fir pr, set ,ifive,ivace an ono
hundred dollars. Ito :wean. "I the ettle,eiVe
Ow 111,4vourse to pursue in ui
(ler to get n place 10 lieu in at first. C111 . 0.111, -
nu/I hn, der; are on hung to pat up /in the
In Wing 'tore the emigrant ha, to,ny Mivit
thges. ale is within a few holes' r'ile of tau grit it
cities in the Middle States and New I , ,iglatid, Il
nua his old friemisand assiwiatioo, ; hr. is in a
scoled rom: , , where ..v.wv impr,verutit and
comfort of civilization is at ioo,d ; c i ion heal
th, plat,, Mid iiuut ,111 , jVCt to tl,u errt ilt or
lo.ing the greater part of his tinnily and I.i. own
health by those !nonunion fever which make the
graves of Ott mull millions or the young mid
hardy in liar off reigions away from home and
friends. Besides, he has a mild climate and un
There are three trains doily to
and to all those who inn rove the railroad mow
pane gives a tree ticket.
The reader will at once he struck with the Pd-
VillitlyeS here presented, told !vat himself why the
property has not laces taken up before. The rea
son is, it Wale error thrown in the market; and
unless these statements were correct nn one would
he invited to exantine the land before purchasing.
This all are expected to do. They will see the
land under cultivation ; thee will me e t , t er,ens,
no doubt, front their own neCchborhomi ; they will
witness the iniprovements, cud can judge of the
elmracter of the population. Persons should
come prepared to purchase, as tunny are locating
and locations are not held on refusal.
The Hammonton Farmer, a monthly Literary
and Agricultural paper, containing full informa
tion of Hammonton, will be cent to Cita inqui
rer, and can be obtained at 21 yenta per annum.
Title indisputable. Warrantee deeds given,
clear of all ineundwance; when purchase money
in paid. Roam to the land :—Leave Vine street
wharf, Philadelphia. fur Hammonton by railroad
at 7i, A. M., and 5i Mu when there inquire
tor Mr. Byrnes, Boarding conveniences will be
found. Letters and applications can be addressed
,to S. B. COUGIILIN, 202 South FIFTH Street
below Walnut. Philada. Maps and information
Ang. 25, 1010.-11 m.
[To the Creditors of David 11. Campbell.]
THE undersigned Auditor, appointed by
the Court of Common Pleas 'of Huntingdon
county, to distribute the balance in the hands
of Dr. J. H. Wintrode, Aseinve of David H.
Campbell, under a voluntary assignment for
the benefit of creditors, hereby gives notice
hut, he will attend fur that purpose at his
office, in Huntingdon, on Friday Me 24/h day
of December next, et 2 o'clock P. M., when
end where all persons having claims against
the said fund are requested to present the
stone to the•undersi^ned Auditor, or be debar
red from coining in upon said fund.
TIIF.O.IL Cl'. EMER,
Dee. lel, .sq-lt.
IN 7 ORMATION,
'I'III. sul,caiker thank lill lief past favors res.
I l ne.•thdly ialsrtits his friends raid the pub
ic generally that he is receiving at his now
Shire in Port :ssen, itstne•ite the ski Tall Bridge
Pplendia stock of New Good,. whieh 'has been
selected wit h great cure, to suit purchasers.—
The stock el
Ilardsvare. Quensware, Boots.
RIO Shoes, Bats tam Caps, a mariety of Stone
awl Earthen ware. Fi..11 Salt. Ceder-ware and
in tart all articles kept inn country store. All
of wideh will he aal low far c ash. or country
protliteu. Ciro US n
Nov. 3, 1858
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(surcE,.;!ts TO NOIAS k WARNI('K.)
NORTII-E.k , T CORNER OP SECOND .1:
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Manufacturers of and Dealers Wl.olusale and
- Retail in •
HEATERS, VENTILATORS, RANGES
A LSO, •
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With a great variety of tho :ntest patterns of
COOK AND PARLOR STOVES,
Queen's Patent Portable Forges.
D LAsTtNG rowyEtt AND SAFETY
1.) FUSE', fur sale low, at the hardware Stor
of JAS. A . BRO WN.
This is a new and valuable improvement,
and is better. cheaper. smaller, lighter, Inure
simply, requires less power, will chaff and clear
grain and sei , de ' more rapidly, and with far
greater economy, than any . other Grain Fan in
use. Send for a descriptive catalogue to Wm.
1, Boyer & fire,, Agricultural implement Fac
Sept. 29th, 1855.—fm..
• W HEAT AN I) COB N wanted at tins
Thost, haring either can dispose of the
,•rose ho calling sone.
BUCKS IN CLOVES Mt,
• D. P. (MIN'S
TIOUGLA SS & SIIERWOODS' Patent Es
- 1 - 1 tension Skirts, for sale only hy
Flsm. S MeNitlitTßlL
This celebrated medicine is for ode at the
.1,0,mi I )ffice . For all inflammatory diseases
is a eerNineare. Get ahe c and try it, ye
who are afflicted.
"Thick Darkness corers the .arth.
And Grow Darkness the people:
001911tR1C Ititt cIFIANTOT
And all Others, will take Notice!
Tll AT they eau supply themselves, in any
Jones' Far Famed Patent
NON EXPLOSIVE KEROSEN Ror COAL
At. the Wholegnhi totcl Retail, HEAD QUAR.
South SECOND Street,
The onlyplar4 where exclusive Agencies can
be obtained for the Stales of Pennsylvania,
New Jersey and Delaware.
These Lamps give a light equal in intensity of
flame, and similar iu appearance to Gas, and
are elidnottl to be superior to all other portable
V/ in use. No Alva! Explosion—No
,oor. sins he,—Ver y easily trim•
need.—As easily regulated as a - Gas Light.—
Can he adapted to all purposes.—And, better
than all for a poor mats-50 per cent. cheaper
than any other portable light, now in common
SoLE AcrsCY A - .O, Fon
linapr's Robin and Coal Oil
taY"[.. , lltpg, Oils, Winks Shades, and every
itt title is the line. S. It. ' gOl:llll.,AND,
N. :18 South Second Street, Philnda
I,„;:zo,enou and Stock-raisers
1. * ()It 1 ' . .! 1 •\ 1 . 01 ' . \TA".
A val.!. is' am t situate
im Mill Creek, six miles front the rentis'.' ll . l .
Ilnilnmd, end the same :list.. from the Penn-
Canal, in Iluntingdcm comity, With
neer ts!nt sixes of timber land thereto attached,
a crest 'Hirt of whielt is well covered with first
Noe sew timber, pit which a small farm has.
Maio opeemi, to which C/1.1 be adlel a large
aniumit of meadow suitable for stock raising.
The nulge lot cattle is the best in file county,
mid the property can be made one of best stock
reisinz rums in the, comity. The Lumber and
Stitch can lie Parried on to great advan
tier tocethet. Ibe improvements ore new, con
sisting of a double geared saw-mill, moved by
an over shot water-wheel, a lathing mill, a first
chins holm amid barn soil ant buildings rorres
ponditur. The attention of Sim]: riti,N, and
burl ham. is particularly invited to this prop-
erty. Possession can be givemon the first day
of April next. Call upmt the undersigned 1
owner, at his residence, in the borough of Hun
tingdon, Huntingdon county.
I'. GEO. MILES.
Huntingdon Oct. 21st 1858.—tf.
Green Willow Foundry.
IwouLD respectfully inform the public that
I have commenced business at the above
piece, and will be ready to accomodate all who
may want an., thing in my lino of ,lno.iness. I
will have on hand on make to order Threshing
Machines, and all o.ber machinery that may he
called tbr. Castings or every description, Cook
and Parlor Stoves, Plows, Hollow ware, &c.—
All kinds of Turobig, either wood or iron. and
Blacksmithing trill 1.0 done in the best manner
and on the most reasonable terms. Farmers
and others dreg to purchase HOW machines
will find it to their advantage to give me a cull.
All kinds of Cottony produce taken in exchange
at market prices. PETER TIPPERY.
Wuterstreet, Oct. 13, 1858.-Iy.
SairS. M. PETTENGILL & CO.'S Adver
tisittg Agency, 119 Nassau Si.,ew York, &
19 State St., Boston. S. M. iettengill & Co.
are the Agents for the "Jouusat," and the most
influential and largest circulating Newspaigers
in the United States and the Ceitadati. They
are authorised to contract for us at our lows,
FOUND AT LAST
The i ay to Save Money!
AND CURD HARD TINCLIs !
Bur ALL KINDS OF Elmum.'
for ALI. KIND, OF HARDIVA.
BUT ALL RINDS UV IfenowAßE
Pawl JA9. A. Boowx.
FROM Jos. A. BROWN.
FROM JAS. A. Bitowx,
AT CITY PRICER.
This ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS
exceeds all others in importance.
Ist. Because it supplies THE PEOPLEwith
itidexpfnmfble 'minion and ninny useful toren
tinns, sillsn Ito found only in a HARD
nuti. Thy subscriber purchasing in largo
quantities from mannfacturere, is enabled to
sell these goods from
20 to 100 per cent cheaper!
that: they are sol d by other merehenti.
Ilia moek includes a complete variety of
Together with to full assortment of every tillitg
pertaining to his line of business.
All orders receive prompt attention.
JAMES A. BROWN.
lianimgdon, Oet. oth, 1800.
A. P. FIELDS
lI ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
and surrounding vicinity, that he
has again commenced the practice of Medicine,
and hopes, by devoting his whole attention to
his prof,ssion, to gain a good share of public
favor. My charges will be very lose. I re
co ived two Dipolnms, one from the Mineral
College, and one tram the Eclectic College.—
I will practice butte Merritt and Vegetable.—
Any person desiring to see my Diplomas, can,
by calling at my office, half a mile front Ca..
October 13, 1858.;3M:
!DON'T READ THIS!
New Drug and aroccry Store.
SAMUEL S. SNIITH, Hill St., 5 doors west
of the Court Douse, Huntingdon. Dealers in
Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs, Points Varnish
es, Oils, Spt. Turpentine, Fluid, Alcohol, Vine
and Brandy of the host article for medical pur
poses, Concentrated Lye for mat ing Soap, G lass
Putty Patent Medicines also Cgtfee, Teo, Cho
colate, Sugar, Molasses, Vinegar, Fish Solt
Flour, Crakers, Nuts, Candies, Figs, Eaisies-
Tobacco ' Cigars, Syrups of all kinds for sum,
titer drin ks, in a word every thing usually kept
in a Drug or Grocery Store, those who desire
pure and Genuine articles willl do well by,
giving us. a call.
Sept. 29, 1858•-1 y.
THE GREAT PURIFER !-
TEE WORLD CHALLENGED !--
fl TO PRODUCE ITS EQUAL!
uer.THE BLOOD SEARCHER
firctl - C LORIOUSLY TItIU>IPHANT I
Sworn statement of David sicCreary, of Na
pier Township, Bedford county.
Ito April, 1856, as near as I can reonemember
small pimple made its appearance on my up
per lip, which soon became enlarged and sore.
I used proulti,es o: sorrel, rind a wash of blow
vitrol, without effect. Findino ' the sore extend
hog I rolled on Dr. Ely, of Schellsburg, who
pronounced it CANCER, and prescribed a wash
of sugar of lead and bread poultices. Finding
these remedies of no. avail. I called upon llr.
Shaffer. of Devidsvilla Somerset county, who
also pronounced the disease C timer end gave
me internal aud external remedies—the loner
consisting principally of caustic ; but all to no
purpose, as the disease contieued spreading. to
ll ward the nose. I next ',nil a preparation of or
, sonic. in the form of salve. This thr a time
cheeked the disease, tit the inflammation soon
increased. I next called upon Dr. Semler of St.
Clairsville, Bedford minty, who also pronoun
ced the disease to be C.o neer, and applied a Salve
said to be a never-failing remedy, boot it had no
effect whatever he clop eking the spread of the
sore. In December, of the same year, the dis
coon had oaten away it greater poort at my upooer
lop. and loud attacked the nose, when I went to
Cincinnati where I eionsulted Dr. 11. S. Newton
of tome Electic Medical College. Ile pronoun
ced the disease .°Ol coot:mama Cancer, superin
duced by an inor‘latate asc or inereory,:: Ile
applied mild Zille ointment, and gave ate inter
nal remedies. My face healeol up, but the in
il:111111111D011 WlOO toot thoroughly removed, In
February, 1357, he pronounced me cured, and
I left fi.or !mine. Ito April the disclose again re
turned, and so violent was the posh' that I could
not root at niglot. Late in May I returned to
Cincinnati. and again placed myself under the
charge of DT. Newton, with wham 1 roma:loot
until September, during which time he oval
every known remedy, awl partly suceeeled iu
checking the disease, but when I returned
home there were still thre,3 discharging ulcer
upon my face. I continued using Ne wtun's
preparatious, end also medicine that 1 got from
Dr. Ely, but the Calicor continued growing un
til it 10000 l eaten off the left side of my nose, the
greater portion of my left cheek, and loud attack- ,
ed my left eye, 1101101 giver lop all ho eof ey-
Pr being, cured, since Dr. Ely said Ito could only
rell,r; hut that a cued was impossible. In
Nh rc h,lssn, J bought n bottle of "Blood Scott
cher," boot I 'most confess I had no faith in it.
I W. vety weak when I commenced taking it ;
but I found that I gained strength day toy day.
and oils° that the ulcers commenced drying up.
I continued, and when the third bottle was to
kot my tare was heeled as if by a miracle. I
used a tburth bottle and I have been healthier
since they I have been tbr the last seven years.
Although my face in gun/ disfigured I ono still
grateful to a benigoo Providence who boos spared
my life, and which has been dune through the
instrumentality of L1N141,1'13 IMPROVED BLOOD
SamoceBu. DAVID MoUItEARY.
Sworn and subscribed. this Clot day of Au-
gust, A. D. 1650, looline eon, one of aloe Justices
ado. Peace in and fiat. the Borough or liollidays
burg, Blair county l'a.
14 itness— U J Jones. JOIIN GOBLEY.
Being afflicted with a grevious Tetter on the
arms and face—after trying many remedies
which utterly titled to cure—l was pursuaded
by %V. M. Barris & Co. to try Lindsev's Impro
ved Blood Searcher ; end now, six-wheks after
finishing the 8 eyed bottle, pronounce mysol
The tatter broke out, something over a wear
ago, on the inside of my turns, extending from
the elbows down to the wrists; also on my limo,
immediately round the mouth and chin, and con
titled to hen perfect torment to me untitt cored by
the Blood Searcher. Illy arms, at times, were
almost creole., owing to the cracks and sores
on them, liable to bleed at any time on the
least exertion to lilt or work, and sometimes
so itchy that, I could sutreely prevent tearing
oft my flesh. I have tom been cured six wecAs
anti feel it due to Mr. Lindsey, and to the pub
lic genericli , to make this statement, in hope
thet others like myself may be benellited by
using his valuable medicine.
Sworn and subscribed before no, one of the
Aldermen in and for the City of Pittsburg, thin
28th day of July, A. 1). 1859.
AND MoMASTER Afe own.
liontchisihorg, Ser. ft,lls
FISHER' & McMURTRIE'S.
rp HEY have just received a large and heap
," filet assortment of fall and winter goods,
which era open for Mamie:ion, and to which the
attention of the public is directed.
. _ _
Their stork en r ihrares every article that can
be fonud in a well selected stock of Doy Goods
consisting of Black nod Fancy Silks. French
and English merinoe's,lid, and Fancy an
wool DeLaine's, Mohair, Station., Danubi
an. anal 'ramie° Cloths Scotch Maids Dalai.
Coburga, Alpaca:is, nousline Del.:lines, Ging
barns, French Chintz, Brilliants, Fancy Prints
A beautiful assortment of Fall and Winter
Shawls Sheila, Gents Traveling Shawls
also P lain Merino, extra wido, in equaros for
A large stock of Kid Gloves, Beaver Gaunt
lets Silk and woolen Do. Merino, S ilk and
Cashmere Gloves &c., a snperior lot og wens
Rack Gloves and' niisr, also Dress Trisunine
Fringes, antiques. Ribbons Ladies Cellars,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery Buttons, Floss, Sew
ing Silk, extension skirts, Hoops of all
kinds tic. •
ALSO :—Ticking, Osnakurg, bles Aed and
unbleached muslin all prices ; Col red and
White Cnmhrics, Barred and ewes. Muslin,,
Yieteria Lawns, Nainsooks, and many other
ar ;n7tes which comprise the lion cf IVilite and
F renc h Cloths. Blurk and Fancy Ciissimes.
Satinetts, Jean!Tweetls, Denims, Blue, Drill.
Plannels. Linsey, (kanlo - rts, Blankets &c.
Eats, Caps, Bonnets .1 every variety and
style. A gond Stock of Croceries. Hardware
Queensware, Boots and Shoes. Wood and
Willow ware. which will be sold cheap
We also deal in Plaster, Salt. Fish and aii
kinds of Grain, and pcsses facilities in this
branch of trade, unequalled by any. We de-
liver all packages ur parcels of merchandise
free of chargrat the Depots of the Broad 'Fop
and Penna. Rail Ronda. -
CONE ONE!. COME A LL. and be convinced
that METROPOLITAN is the place to secure
fashionable and desirable goods disposed oral
the lowest rates.
Oct. 9. FISHER & MeMUR TRIM.
61 ) 64
Iron City Commercial College.
PITTSBURGH, PA. - • CuAutomat . 1855.
300 Students attending January 1858.
MOW the largest end nest thorough Com
mercial School of the United Stat..—
Young men prepared for actual duties of the
J. C. Sutton , A. 111. Prof. of Book-keep
ingoni Science of Accounts.
A. T. D 01,11.7, Teacher of Arithmetic
and Commercial Calculation.
J. A. HEY MUCK and T. C.- J.KIXS, Teaek
eri of nook-keeping.
A. Cowl.. and W. A. Mitt., Prof, of
SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK-
Ap used in evory deportment of Lohman.
Arc taught, and all other subjects necessary
h.r tlie success and thoronAh education of a
practical business man.
127 PR EIVZ/IYIVXS.
Drdwn all the premiums in Pittsburgh AT
the past three years, also in Eastern and Wes
for the hest
NOT ENGRVED WORK.
Students enter et any time—No vocation—
Time unlitnited—Beview at pleasure—Gradu
ates assisted in obtaining sitentions—Tuition
fur Full Commercial C....) s9s,oo—Average
time Bto 12 week—Board, $2.50 per week—
S , oti,mory, ss.oo—entire cost, $60.00 to $70.-
Nlinisters' Sons received nt half price.
I. or Cavil—Circular—Specimens of Bminon
and Ornamental Writing—inclose two /damps
itml address F. W. JENKINS.
Sept. 29, 1958.-Iy. Pittsburgh, Pa
ALTOONA. Blair co., July 3, '55.
J. 15 KrommoAD, Lewistown, I'a•,
Tcaxnarop, who has been soffering several
years from rheumatism, got so ill that his friends
and relatives were summoned to witness his
death. I induced his friends to try the virtue'
of your preparation—they did on, as the last nel
son nil, to their astonishment end joy, ho be.
gun to improve, got better and better, and now.
so for as I know he is a hale and stout man,
This is not the only case whore the GALVANIC
On, has surpassed human expectations. hr
every ease where I have recommended the OIL,
it has done what it promises to do. Bend us
another s2o's worth.
Yours truly, H. LEHER.
Aug. 18, '5B--Iy.
I.E.doto of John Shingle, der'd.l
Letters of Administration on the estate of
John Shingler, late of Todd township, deed.,
hosing bean granted to the undersigned, all
pers.ns having claims against said estate will
present the same for payment, and all persons
indebted will make paytnent to
JOHN E. KETTER,UAN,
Paradise Furnace, Sept. 8, 1858.
[Estate of "lard Mountain dec'd.]
Letters of Administration Ontltt7estate of
David Mountain. Esq., late of Hopewell town.
ship dee'd., having been granted to the under-
signed, he hereby notifies all persons indebted.
to said estate to 'make immediate payment,
and all those having claims will present the
same duly authenticated for settletneht.
NATHAN WHITE, Admr.
Coalmont Oct. 13, '58,-4t..
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given, that the partner**
heretofore existing between l'eter Tippery and
j,guss McCartney. under the firm of Tippery &
McCartney, was on the 24th of September,
dissolved by inutile] consent. All persons
knowing themselves indebted to said fists will
make immediate payment, and those having
&aims will present them to either of the un—
dersigned. PETER TIPPERY,
J AMES McCARTNEY
LAND FOR •BL3.
The subscriber offers at private sale a tract.
olland situated about lloniles North east of
Mill Creek, and a mile tram Lanes Mill,
in this comity, containing about 120 acres, 40
acres of which is cleared, and the balance in
timber. The buildings consist of a new dwel
ling house, not quite finished, a ion Barn, 2
apple orchards, with Pear and Cherry trees,
a spring of good limestone water, it permanent
Lime kiln, and a gaud quarry of Limestone.—
Seven houses and lots situate at the old
Tannery seat in Hill Valley—they will be
offered very low, say for one-half the cost.
Inquire at the Journal Orrice or to the
subscriber in shirleyslaurg.
Ott. 6, '6B.—tim. . JOHN BREWSTER.
T PRESS GDODS, of rich style
tr.( rer7ohear at D. r. CiWt!V