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Wednenday Morning, February 2. 1858
The Circulation of the Hun
tingdon Journal, is great
er than the Globe and Am
CLEBHING WITH MAGAZINES.
The Huntingdon JOVIiNAL for owe year, and
either of the Magazines for the same period
will ho sent to the address of any subscriber
to be paid in advance as follows :
The Journal and Godey's Lady's Book, for
owe year, $3 30
The Journal and Graham's Magazine, for
one year, $3 50
The Journal and Emerson's Magazine and
Putnam's Monthly, for one year, $3 00
The Journal and Frank Leslie's Fancily
Magazine and Gazelle of Fashion, for one year
The Journal and Lady's Home Magazine,
for one year, $2 75
Thc Journal and Peterson's Magazine, for
4ne Tle7lOurnal and Atlantic Mont $
Monthly, for 2 Ore
year, $3 50
Slippery.—We learned the other
day that a certain man and his family
came all the way from Illinois, in a small
hand sled. The story protract false. •
It appears that he came from Harrisburg
$o this place, and by smite means, learn
ed the name of a family living in the low
er part of town. He representua himself
as being horn Illinois. on his way to Har
risburg, where hit friends were living—
that his sled had broken down a short
distance above town, and that ho was una
ble to prodeect any further. He asked for
a small wagon, which he noticed standing
in tho yard, to bring his furniture, which
.consisted of only a few small articles, down
to town. The wagon was given him.—
Neither man nor wagon have up to this
date returned. When last heard from,
lie was in Alexandria, endeavoring to sell
We have no doubt, but that ho is one
of the "light fingered gentlemen."
Mr On last Friday night, between the
hurs of eleven and twelve o'clock, Ben
jamin Fockler, of this place met with a
'sad accident that. proved fatal. At the
time the accident occured,' he stepped into
a cellar, (the.door of which was open) of .
an old forsaken house, standing on the
corner of Market square. In the fall he
received two deep cuts on the back part of
the head—there were also some other in
juries visible on his person. Rendered
helpless by the fall, he was unable to ex
tricate himeelf—consequently he was coin.
pelled to remain in the cold and damp
cellar during the night. Early the next
morning he woe discovered by some per
sons passing by, who removed him to hie
home, where he shortly afterwards died.
He was buried on Sunday at 1 o'clock,
. 31. "
Ationixa Fit:arr.—One day last
week two colored rowdies, in the back
street, entertained the citizens of that
part of town, by a demonstration of their
pugilistic powers. After continuing in
this interesting exercise for a considerable
length of time, they qutt both fully sails.
fled with the great work which they had
If they are still anxious to continuo the
above mentioned exercise, we kindly re
mind them of the punishment which some
of their brethren received a short time
since, fora like offence.
IWe are under obligation to Hon.
Samuel Houston, Member of Congress, !or
a oopy of a very useful book, called Pope
or President; giving startling disclosures of
Romanism as revealed by their own wri
ter., published by R. S. Delisser, New
. ‘1 uric.
filoop.—The soul stirring music
'of t i ho P,Continentals" on last Saturday
On the night in mention, we had the
pleasure of listening to some of the beau
tiful pieces sung by them. May their
shadowy never grow less.
On Monday last, Powell Harry
And his son, were brought before Esquire
Snare, upon a charge of larceny. Failing
to secure sufficient bail, they were corn•
initterLto the county jail.
pirwe ace by the Boston papers.
that W. H. Prescott, the great American
Historian is no more. His death caste a
gloom over the whole country.
. COUNTERFEIT ETNCTORB,--.lle
following nomad Detectors has been re- 1 1
ceived, giving the most recent information
,o,n money matters:
Kennedys Bank Note Review, publish- '
ect in Pittsburg, Pa. price $1 per year. •
Petersons' Counterfeit Detector pub
lished in Phila. price $1 per year. •
Imlay and Bicknell's Bank Note Repor
ter, Published in Phila. price 411 per year.
All the _above named, are good reliable
guides in money metiers.
THE PAY OF CONORESSMEN.—The pres
eat session gives to members a thousand
dollars a month, besides mileage and per
quisities. Deducing the Sundays and
holidays, the present "short session will
allow about 60 working days. fort by con
stitutional requirement, it must close on
the third of March next, which will give
to each member nearly fifty dollars per
day for every day employed, exclusive of
A TUSNSD•OUT Douglas postmaster in
Illinois, thus remembered the President,
by telegraph, when Mr. Douglas was re
To his Excellency. James Buchanan,
President of the United States, Washing
hi the election of a United States Sena
tor, this afternoon,_ our man (Douglas) got
54-- your man( Lincoln) 46
AUSTIN Baooes,Democratic State Sen
ator and ex-Postmaster.
AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST.—This is a
large, well got up standard publication on
Agriculture, as well as every thing useful
to the farmer. Published by Orange Judd
A. M New York, Price $1 per annum.
`The Atlantic Monthly.—This favorite
monthly for this month is now on our table, it
has not deteriorated. Printed by Phillips,
Sampson & Co. Boston, Mass., at $3 per
The Rural and Horticultural Directo
ry /or 1859.—This is a book which can
not be too highly rerommended, the articles
are all written by men of experience. It
is illustrated with seventy-five engravings.
It treats on underdraining orchards and
Gardens, on Fruits and trait trees, Fowls,
Cattle, &c. A list of fruits recommended
by the American Pomological Society.
Price 25 eta. pblished by Joseph Harris,
Rochester New York.
Poverty —Almost daily our eyes
fall upon things to the following effect.
Yesterday morning officer—hearing the
plaintive cries of a child who seemed in
great distress, went to the place from
whence the cries seemed to proceed. 1/?-
on his arrival, he discovered a little girl of
smile three summers in a dark corner of a
poorly furnished room, weeping over the
prostrate form of her almost helpless moth
er. From the lips of the mother he learn
ed the following sad story; •'About six
months ago my huiband died. Since his
death, I have been forced to work at any
sae everything, to keep myself and child
alive. More than a week ego, my health
entirely failed we—anil the work which
before brought me but a small pittance, I
am no longer able to perform, _My little
daughter too small to render any assistance
we were compeled to depend on the chari
ty of our neighbors. which I am pained to .
say, has in nowise ameliorated our condi
tion." After listening to' the sad, yet
truthful story of the poor women, officer
-- provided tor her present necessi
ties. with a promise to supply her future
Such scenes of destitution and poverty,
do not only occur in large and populous
cities, but we might truthfully say, with
in the precincts of our own county, Thore
are those within our knowledge, who,when
they lie down at night, know not what
will constitute their morning repast. It
is a melancholy truth that there are mem
bers in our town, who really have not
the necessaries of life, No means which
they can supply their most pressing wants
Some measures should be taken, to aid
the destitute, those in utter want with at
least food and clothing--especially during
the winter months, when they are una
ble to get employment.
But upon the other hand, we hear it
said by the would be philanthropist: We
have made staple provision for the poor,
Our money (earned by the sweat of our
brows) has teen used, to secure the poor
a , :onajortable home. We are compelled
to pay an exorbitant tax every year, to,
support the indigent, those who are una
ble to sustain themselves. This is not the
true and proper spirit. We should at all
times, and under all circumstances be char
acterized by a truly benevolent and chris
tian feeling. ~ D o unto others, as you
would they should do unto y xi" should be
It is a truth which cannot bo dented, that
our county has been magnanimous enough
ro provide for those who are nimble to pro-
vide for themselv..e. Yet wl ile there are
many needy persons in our midst, it is
our duty as men to lend them a helping
hand.--Many hearths might be made
bright—many hearts made glad, by acts
of kindness and benevolence !n relieveing
the wants of those who through misfortune
are not able to sustain themselves, but are
compelled to be dependent on the charity
Tlt A Y.--Came to the subscribers in
t. 3 Franklin township about the Ist of Octo
ber los t one white and red spot.,
ted ulcer, supposed to be about "
three years old. The owner is
. 4 NNW
requested to come forward prove -
property pay charges and take it away or it
will be disposed of as the law directs.
G. & 2. 11. SHOENBERGER.
Huntingdon Furnace, Feb. 2, '69.
'Amu LIGHT !l. LIGHT!!!
Peters Patent, nonexplosive Gas Lamps
are just the thing for all being the only .
burner having a non conductor and regu
lator attached—leaving the lamps and flu
id always cold—not like inhers:--the being
but a straight tube entering the lamps.
Goods at wholesale' prices, or State or
County rights for Sale. Address or apply
to 1). P. peters, 'O2 Broodway, New
PHILADEI,IIIA, JAN. 26, 1859
FLOUR—Superfine. per barrel, $5 52@575
" Extra " 5 87
" family '• 600 to 750
Rye Flour and Corn Meal
1 35641 3/
1 4541 56
Rye 4 ‘ GO to GS
Oats it 45
Cloverseed $5 25 a per 64 pounds
Mnk) . seed, $2,00 to 212
Flax, per bushel $1 70
Wheat—red, per bushel,
" White "
The manager of the Huntingdon Gas
Company have this day, declared a divi•
dend of three per cent, on the Capital
Stock of stud Company, payable at their
office on the 10th day of Febuary Nat,
J. SIMPSON AFRICA.
Huntingdon Feb. 1.1859. It.
For the Million,
Over forty diirerent varieties and styleh of
the celebrated .•01.0 DOMINION" Coffee and
Tea Pots are now manufactured.. Being based,
as Dr. Hull of the Journal of Health says, "on
science and common sense," they are rapidly
coming into use, and are destined soonjo super
cede all others. They can be obtained fr em or
ordered thro ugh any storekeeper, or dealer in
T7 - Merchants who have not received our
Trade Circular, giving prices, terms' Sc., will
be immediately supplied on application, by let
tar, to ARTHUR, BURNHAM, & GILROY,
& 119 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia,
SoI Manufacturers under the Patievt.
air Al.o. manufacturers, under the Patent,
of A RTUR'S CELEBRATED AIR-TIGHT
SELF-SEALING FRUIT CANS & JAWS.
Jar.. 26th, '59 9t
Came to the residence of the subscriber,
living in Walker township. on or ab , mt the
15th day of December last, a in
black unity steer, supposed to 1 •
be two and a half years of age. 4 filik;
The owner is requested coma
forward, prove property, pay charges and take
it away; otherwise it will be disposed of accoi•
ing to law. HENRY PIiIGHTEL.
Jan. 19th, 1859-
• (Estate of James Magill, dee'd.)
L"T'rEits OF ADMINISTRATION on the
estate of James Magill, late of Jackson tp..
dec'd., having beerogranted to the undersigned
all persons indebted to said estate are required
to make immediate payment, and those har
ing claims "rill present them duly authentica
ted for settlement, to
(Estate of ,Tamer Mack, dec.)
Notice is hereby given, that letters testamen
tary on the last will of James Black, late of
Jackson township, dee. have been duly issued
to the estate of the said dec'e., are requested to
matte immediate payment, yea and all having
claims against it, present' to them properly an
thentitaLled fur settlement to
111,0 1. rxeculorS.
Jan. sth 1859.—GL*
The Subscriber respectfully informs the Pub
iic, that he is prepared to receive and unload
Cars containing Lumber, Bark, Staves, Shin
gles, Coal, Iron, lee.
S. W, Corner Broad Callowhill Streets.
Jan. sth 1850.—Gan.
All persons interested are hereby notified
that Letters of Administration on the estate of
Michael Detwiler late of Clay Township Hun.
tingdon County dee'd have been granted to
the undersigned; and all persons having claims
or demands against the estate of the said dec'd
are requested to make known the gains to the
undersigned without delay and all owing this
estate are requested to make payment. His
Post Office ie Dublin Mills Fulton County..
G. W. KESSELRING.
Jan. 12th, 1859.-6 t.
FRESH GROUND PLASTER.
The Juniata Flour and Plaster Miils, ono
mile cast of Alexandria, Hunt. co., have on
hand at all times, the beat quality of Ground
Plaster, to which Grain of all kinds will be
taken in exchange at market prices.
Whereas, letters testamentary on the notate
of Dutton bane, late of Springfield tp., deed.
have been granted to the undersigned all per
sons knowing themselves indebted to said es
tate will make immediate payment and those
having claims present them duly authenticated
for settlement to.
Jan t 15;59,64
SUFFERING HUMANITY HEAD THIS:
Who undersigned takes this Method of infer
ping the public generally that there is no med
tome now offered to the pblie that is expel to
nit VALL'S GALVANIC OIL in relieveing
I was on observer of its effects in a friend of
mtn,e, who suffered 'almost everything Irons a
nrurslgic affection which resisted the best mad
icai treatment in Centre county. We applied
freely the Galvanic OH to the patent! part, and
gave some inwardly, and in 20 minutes the pa
tient was asleep, and when awaked was free free
from pain, and confined ao.—This is a positive
Act which I am willing to make good at any
time. A rase of FELon was cured in nearly the
same icugtll of time.
J. H. HAHN,Centre
Aug. 18 1050- 7 1 y. Centre county.
w. F. 'IIIIOIIIAS,
AMBROTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPHIC
AT THE COURT HOUSE.
This gallery of Art is now open for public
inspection of specirnens of Anfbrotypes, Crys•
talographs, Photographs, Circular and Star
Pictures, also, Name, or Age, or Wesidence, ta
ken on the Pictures—letters of different colors.
VARIOUS SIZED PICTURES,
Set in Frames, Cases. Lockets, Rings, Pins or
Particular attention paid to taking pictures
of Children 'rime, from one to four seconds.
Perfect satisfaction given, or persons are not
expected to take their pictures.
Pictures taken from sick or deceased persons
at their residences. Copies taken from Pa.
guerreotypes or Portraits. Also, views of resi
Lndies and Gentlemen are invited to call
and examine specimens. Pictures talon as
well in cloudy as fair weather.
How often do we bear the exclamation, when
persons ~,re looking at Portraits—°l would not
value any sum it' I could procure the Portraits
of my parents—or deceased children I" Rea.
der, if you are gifted with this ennobling feel
ing of unity, you have an opportunity to grati
fy it at. a small cost, by procuring Portraits,
which, it is known ; trill not fade.
gerThose that wish to learn this beautiful
art can call ass see W. F. Thomas, from Phila.
Prices from 50 cents upwards.
We request those of our subscribers who re
dive their papers, to inform us of those in their
immediate neighborhoods who are subscribers
to the "Journal," and have failed to receive
the same, since the stealing of our pack•hook,
by ruffians on the 3d of February.
MORE THAN 500,000 Bottles
SOLD IN THE •
IN ONE YEAR.
THE RESTORATIVE OF O. J. WOOD,
1 for restoring the hair perfectly and perma
nently has never yet had a rival, volume after
volume might be given from ml parts of the
World and from the most intelligent to prove
that it is a perfect Restorative; but read the
circular and you cannot doubt; read also the
Vta,.THE HA tn—People have fur.centuries
been afflicted with bald heads and the only re
medy, heretofore known, has been those abom
inable wigs. By a recent discovery of Profes
sor Wood these articles arc being fast dispen
sed with, but a great many persons still patro.
nine them, because they . have beets so often
imposed upon Hair Tomes of different kinds.
To all such persons we earnestly make the
request, that they will try once again, for in
Wood's Restorative there is no such thing as
fail. We know , of a lady who was bald, who
used the article a short time, and her head is
now covered completely with the tiniest and
most beautiful curls imaginable. We know of
numerous cases where hair was rapidly falling
out, which it restored in greater perfection than
it ever had beets before.
It is alto without doubt eve of the beat ar
ticles for keeping the hair in good condition,
making it seft glossy', removing dandruff and
Isms proved itself the 4reatedt enemy to all the
ills that heir is au heir to.
It is the duty of every one to improve their
personal appearance though BORIC may ditier
in regard to the ways of doing it.; but every one
will admit that a beautiful bead of heir either
in man or woman, ss an object much to be
desired, and there are no means that shoald
be left untried to obtain such a consideration.
—[Troman's Advocate, Philadelphia.
Coshocton, Ohio. Nov. 18, 1836.
0. J. WOOD & bo.—Gunts: As./ have
been engaged in selling your Hair Restorative
the last season for one of your local agents,
and having experienced the beneficial eftl3cts
of it myself, I would like to obtain an agency
f or the State o f Ohio or seine State in the
West, should you wish to make such an ar
rangement, as I am convinced there is nothing
equal to it in the United State; for restoring
the hair. I have been engaged in the drug
business for several years,
nod sold vari•
. properations for the hair, hut nave found
noiL:::7, Lot restdrea the secretive organs or
nvigorates the scalp as well ad Y9urs. be , in g
fully convinced that your restorative w hat
represent it to be, 1 w ould like to engage in the
sale of it, for I am as; tistied it must sell
S. T. STOCKMAN.
Wayland, Mass., Feb. 5, 1857.
PROF. 0. J. liOOH & CO.—Gents : Hay.
iug realized the good effects of your Hair Its.
storative, I wish to state, that finding say hair
growing thin, as well as gray, I was induced
from what I read and heard, to try the articles
prepared by you, to promote its growth and
change its color as it was in youth, both of
which it has effected completely- In the oper.
ation I have used nearly three bottles.
0. J. WOOD Co., Proprietors; 31.' Broad
war, New York, (in thereat N. Y. Wire
Railing Establishment,) and 114 Market St.,
St. Louis, Mo. John Read, Agent, Hunting
don, and sold by all good Dtuggists.
Advertising and Job Work.
We would remind the Advertising com
munity and all others who wish to bring
their business extensively before the pub
lie, that the Journal has the largest cir
culation of any paper in the county—that
i is o instantly increasing;—and that it
goes into the hands of our wealthiest citi
We would also state that our facilities
for executing all kinds of JOB PRINT
ING are equal to those of any other office
ipthe county; and all Job Work entrus
ed to our hnnde will be done neatly,
promptly, and at prices which will be
*WS. M, PETTENGILL & CO.'S Adver
tisiug Agency, 119 Nassau St., New York, do
10 State St., Boston. S. M. Pettengill d; Co.
are the Agents for the "JouasaL" and the most
Mina ntial and largeat circulating Newspapers
in the United States and the Canadas. They
are authorized to contract for up at our lowes
WHEAT AND CORN wanted at this
office. Thoso having either can dispose of the
same by calling soon.
nAPER l PAPER! I
r Note, Post, Commercial, Voolscap and
Flatcap—a good assortment for sale by the
ream, half ream quire or sheet, at
Lewis' New Book and Stationery Store.
HAIR DYE? HAIR DYE??
Was. A. Batchelon Hair Dye !
The Original and Best in the World !
All other. are mere imitation, and should
be avoided, if you wiah to escape ridicule.
GRAY, RED, OR RUSTY HAIR Dyed in•
atantty to a beautiful and Natural Brown or
Black, without the least injury to Hair or Skin. D22'B.
Fifteen Medals and Diplomas have been a- .
warded to Wm. A. Batchelor since 1839, and
over 80,000 applications have been made to VC) iiVaglaKT.iiitille
the Hair of his patrons of his famous Dye. rirsflE subscaiber has commenced the 0/721 - .
WM. A. BAI CIIELOR'S HAIR DYE pro.. 1 s.lf/THLNG business at Pine Grove, Cen
duces a color not to IA distinguished from no- ! tre county, where he is prepared to maunfacture
turn, and is wartanted not to injure in the least i and repair Ou:i s and Platelet of every deacrip.
however long it may be continued, and the ill ' tin, with neatness and dispatch.
effects of Bed Dyes remedied ; the Ht it in- He will also attend to repairing CLOCKS.
vigoratedfor life by this splendid Dye. Prices to suit the times.
Made, at ld or applied (in 9 private rooms) i De c. 22,1858.-tI:JOHN H. JACOI3S,:,
at the Whig Factory, 233 Broadway, New -- - - . . - _ _ • - ...
York. Sold in all cities and towns of the Uni• NEW
ted States, by Druggists and Fancy Goods BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
lear The Genuine hostile name and address II the "Globe" Office Building, Market Square.
upon a steel plate engraving on four sides of HUNTINGDON, PA.
each box, of 1V If. A. BATCHELOR,
The subscriber r'espe.dfully informs the elti.
233 Broadway, New York,
John Rend, Agent Huntingdon Pa. Zeus of Huntingdon and ajoining Gimmes,
Nov. 17,'68-Iy. , that he has opened n, Now Book and Stationery
Store, in the corner room of the "Globe" buil•
ding, where may be found a general assort.
(Eelale of George Krouse dec.) . moot of Miscellaneous and School Books and
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Stationery, all of which he will sell at reason-
Notice is hereby given,tliat letters testamen- able
Paces. He will add to bin stock
tory on the last will of George Krouse, Into of !ill Books and articles in demand, mid sleekly
Todd township, dec. have been duly issued to in a 6hort time to have on hand as full a stock
theudersigrd. An persons indebted to the of saleable Books Stationery, &e., as can be
immediate payment, and all leasing claims a- Having made the necessary arrangements
gninst it, to present them property authentic:, with publishers, any B a
Book wanted and t_up. ,
wet for settlement to on his shelves, will be ordered and furnished at
}lenry Corcelius, &emu,. city prices.
Jan. sth. 1858.-6 t As he desires to do a lively business with
i81..11 profits, a liberal share of patronage is
---- . - .
Dec.22;%18.-tf, WM. LEWIS.
(Estate of Mary Shively, dee.)
A DMINIST nATows NOTICE.
Letters of Administration on the estate of
nosy Shrively, late of Porter township. dec.
having been gra iced to the undersigned, all
persons indebted to laid estate are required to
make immediate payment, one these having
claims will present them duly authenticated fur
Jacob N. Shi
N. 13.—The Administrator 1;i11 attend in
Alexandria, on the Bth and 13th days (Adam
Porter township, Jan. 5. 1659.
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31/.4 4 I.C,MXIIVMS.
WM. BREWSTER Agent for Huntingdon
county, Pa. Call at the "Journal Office" and
lice the Machine-
These Machines sow from two spools, and
form a seam of unequaled strength, beauty,
and el,sticity, which will rot• rip, even if eve.
ry feu h stitch be cut. They are unquostion•
ably t e best in the market for family use.
OPINIONS OF THE PRESS.
Grov, & Baker's is the best. —Amer. Ayrioil.
'To a" of which the Tribune says amen.—X
I'. 7 tune,
It is ad that it claims to
lift:l4'4es its own work; others do not.—Home
We give it the preferenoe.—Amerieaa Baptist.
Adapted for woolens, linen or cotton.—Anier.
Wedlike Grover & Baker's best.—Ladies'
W hch is the beet ?" Grover A: Baker's.—N.
Superior to all others.—N. 1: Mercury.
We have no hesitation in recommending it.—
N. I: Express. .
It requires no re.spooling.—N. Y. Evangelist.
F or f an ijiy use they arc. unrivaled.-1V .Y. Dal•
They sew a seam that will not rip.—N. Coo•
Itperturma nobly and exoeditiousl—a'. I
;;;;;i:ahie for the elasticity of scan.—Putice
Well adapted to all kinds of family sewing.--
N. I: Observer,
Hest adapted far family use.—N. I; Day Book.
We do not hesitate to recommend 1
It sews strongly and does not rip.—Lye Wad.
The prince of inventions.—Protestant Church.
liTswoman's best friend. N. V. Weekly News.
We give our preference to Grover & Baker's.
The !neat blessed invention of modern times.—.-
It makes a pleasure of a toil. —N. Ern. Punt.
The favorite for fatuity use.—Brooklyn Star.
We might appreciate their value.—Aeter•ican
Its great merit is in its peculiar stiteh.--,Foli•
We attest its simplicity mid durability.—Na
Admitted to be the best extant.— Virginia Ary.
Is net liable to get oat of repaii.— Vrr4eent.
Is adapted to alt home requiretucets.—Dove
A very pretty piece of furniture.—Machias
Sews with a forty-aeametresspower.—Rocklaed
Nothing can be more perfect.,--Southbridge
The n)ost ingettiouti and usoful,—Nuntucket
Has obtained deserved celebrity.—Salem Ob•
The best in the market—Chicopee Journal.
It does not get out of repati.—Cape Cod Ad.
Sews silk or eottou from ordinary spools.—Ha•
Tl;;VMiiirdOes will not rip.—Arnesburg Vii
Are superior to all others.—Hingham Journal.
A mod admirable invention.—Boston Courier.
They are enjoyhig universal favor.—N. 0.
Superior to any now manufactured.—N. 0. Del.
Will do moro work than a dozen hands.—
It sews everything.—Bostbn Watchman.
The best of the kind ever inveutpd.—New
Haven Register. ' • '
BOOKS! .1.14 7 : BOOKS!
40,000 Volumes of Books for Sale.
$500,00 in Gifts for every 1000 Sold.
In order to reduce my extenstve stock I will
sell ono thousand dollars worth of Books at the
regular retail prices or less, and give ($500)
live hundred dollars worth of presents varying
in value from 2ii cents to $lOO,OO, • Or, those
who prefer can purchase at wholesale prices:—
My stock consists ef every variety and, style of
binding. School Books of every kind, whole- ,
sale and retail. Sales to commence Dec. 24th. ,
A c7impound remedy, in whill we have la
bored to prud.we the mod effectual alteptivg
that can be Made. It is a concentrated eittact
of Para Sarsaparilla, to combined with (Aim:
rubstances of still greater alterative power ai
to atibril an ett'ectie antidote for the diseases
Sarsaparilla is reputed to cure. It is believerl
that such a remedy is wanted by those who
suffer from Strumous complaints, and that one
which will accomplish their cure must prove
of immense service to this large class of our
°filleted fellow-citizens. How completely this
compound will do it has been proven by exper
iment on many of the worst cease to be found
of the tellowing contylabits:—
SeIroPCLA AND SCROFULOUS COMPLAINTS,
ERUPTIONS AND I:Ryer:vs DISEASES, ULCERS,
BLOTCHES, TUMORS, SALT RHEUM,
SCALD I, SYPHILIS AND SYPHILITIC AF.
FECTIONS, MERCURIAL 'DISEASE, DROPSY, Nay
narmi.i. OR Tic Doumuuscx, DEBILITY, Tha
r:WM& AND INDIGESTION, ERYSIPELAS, BUSH
oh ST.A.Nritosv's Fins, and indeed the whole
close of complaints arising from Istrunrnt OF
This eomponn4 will be found, a groat pr,
motor of health, when taken in the Spring, to
expel the fool humors which fester in the'
blood at that warn of the year. Dy the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare , themselves Lem
the endurance of foul cruptiona 4n4 yieerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of ociesuptians, if hot assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever yen find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse It when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, 1111 d your feelings willstell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can ho no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla bug, and deserves much, the
reputation, of necomidishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the 'virtue that is claimed
for it, but snore because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing dm,
luring late years the public have been mis-
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
Of eattiset of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have boon frauds upcn the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Saver',
rilla, but often no curative pmpertics whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the warket, until the
711111(' it6elf .s justly tlcspi.-cd, turd has become
s:,atynions with impooltlon and cheat. Still
we sail this eomround Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name fins the load of obloquy whirl, midis
sti.on it. And we think we have ground for
believing it bas virtues which aro irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ea to ease. ogler to secure theirOomplete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken accenting to directions tat
Dli. J. C. AVIEIt do CO.
Prlc, gl per Bottle i Six Bottles tor 44,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
has won fur itself . such a renown for the cure of
et - cry t drietl of Iltemit girt 4,ung Complaint, that
it is entiroly roorers.arr for no to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been or
ployed. As it boo long been in constant use
throughout this section,.we need riot do coma titan
wisore the tootle its quality is kept up to the hops
it t ver has . hen, and that it may be relied on to
do for theifrelief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
. 'OR TEE CMS or
Custirenest, Jasendire, Dyspapsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, l'oul i•Youineli, Erysipelas, Ilead«eht,
Nei: ?Holism, Eruptions sett nit. Diseases,
Lirer Complain:, Dropsy, Teller, Tumors and
Nall Rheum, Worms, Goal, Nelerdaia , as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying ths Blood.
They are Lugar-oontt,l, so that the mas . t
tiro can take them ploasantls , and they are the
be,t aperient io rho world for nil the purposes of a
Price 25 could per pox,
_ . 5 lons for SLIM
Great ernbers of Clergymen. l'hysiehms, States
!. u, and ..mit.ent portent es, have 'lent their
names to certify the unparalleled w.duluetti of these
rtinedic•+, but our spare hero will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our Aisr.ltioAN ALMANnt• In which they
ore given ; with also fall descriptions of the above
eomplaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their core.
De not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
Other preparations they make morn profit on.
Demand Ames, and take no otters. Thu sick
wont Hill best aid there is for thus, and they should
All um Remedies are fur sale by
Josh REAR, Agent Huntingdon, Pa.
(Estate of John Young, cleel.)
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on the
retain of John Young, late of Cass trrp.
deed., having been granted to the undersigned
ll persons indebted to said estate are required
to make iinmediate payment, and those havi
Mg claims will present them, duly authentica•
led for settlensent;to
B A sTir e p i n i L .l ;l? n rii NV v l . (; ; `: TOUPEES
and durable. .
hitting to a elutrm—no turn 'up hthipd—no
shrinking oil' the head ; indeed, this in the only
Entablishment where these things are proper.
ly understood and tnade.
Nov. 17, 233 Broadway, N. Y.
DALLEI"•S MAGICAL pkIN PTRAC-
a all diseases intlamation more or laas pre.
donlinatea—now to allay iiitlaknatioa . afikea
at the root of all dints?..H-4euce an i-nmedi
GALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTROTOR
Wild noihiug else, will allay Mai - nation at once,
aud stake a certain core.
Dalley's hagicttl Pain Extractor will cure
the following among a great catalogue of
diseases i Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Chafes, sore
Nipples, Corns, Bunions, Bruises. Strains,
Bites, Poison, Chasm, Gout, Swelling, Rheu
matism, Soald Head, Salt rthelith, L iditlcliiess,
Krysidelas t Ringworm'. 'Barbers Itch . ; Shiell
To name if, may appear incredulous that so
many aim... Should lie reachedly one arti•
tie ; such'en, idea will vanish When 'reflection
Pointe to the fact, that the salve is a combine.
lion of ingredients, each and every one apply.
ing a perfect antitode to its epdstate disorder.
°ALLEYS MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR
in its effects is magical, because the time is
short between diseases and a permanent cure;
and it is an extractor, as it draws all diseases
out of the affected part„ leaving nature RS
perfect as before the injury. It is scarcely ne
cessary to say that no lotisc; workshop, or
inanutactory should be one moment without it.
No Pain Extractor is genuine unless the
box has hos upon it a steel plate engraving,
with the name of Henry Dailey, Manufactu
rer. For sate by all the Druggists and patent
medicine' dealers throughout the United States
end Cariadas. Pfincipal Depot,
'165 Chambers St., New-York.
John Read, Agonl tleptinedon Pa.
'Nov. 17, '58.—1 y.
THE GREAT PIIRIFER
THE WORLD CkIiVoLENGED 1—
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krGLORIOUSLY TRIUMPIHANT I
Sworn statement of David McCreary, of Na
pier Townn'hip, Bedford count,
In April; 1850, as near an f can rememember
a small pimple tipple its appearance on my up
per lip, which keen became enlerged and sore.
I lined poulthes sinvel, and a wash of blue
vitro', without effect.. . Finding the sore extend
ing I called on Dr. Ely, of 4cliellsbnr g , who
pronounced it CANCER, old prescribed a wash
of sugar of lead and-bread poultices. Finding
these remedies of no avail, I called teem Dr.
Sheller, bf Davidsville, Somerset county, who
also pronounced the disease Cancer and gayr
ine internal oud external remedies—the totter
consisting principally of caustic ; bUt all to no
pittpose, as the disease continued spreading to
*aril the nose. I next vscd a preparation of ar
senic, in the form of salve. This fur a time
checked tile disease, 1 ut the' inflammation aeon
increased. I next' called upon Dr. Sutler of St.
Clairsville, Bedford cotiuty, Who also pronoun
ced the disease to be Cancer, and applied a Salve
' ssid to be a never-failing remedy, hut it had no
effect whatever in checking the spread of the
sore. In December, of tits same year, the dis
ease had eaten away a greater part of mi'upper
lip, and had attacked the nose, whin I went to
Cincinnati whore I consulted Dr. R. S. Newton
of the Eleetic Medical College. He pronoun
ced the diocese "a entaneotis 'Center, euperin
duced by an inordinate use of mercury." He
applied mild zinc ointment, and gave me inter
nal remedies. My face healed •up, but the itr
fleinmation was not thoroughly reniored, Ia
Fehrnary, 1857, ho pronounced rge•eured, and
I left for home. In April the 'disease again re ,
turned, mid se violent was the pain that I could
not rest at night. Late in May I returned to
Cincinnati. and again placed myself under the
charge of Dr. Newton, with whom I remained
un'.il September, during whirls time ho used
every known remedy, and partly succeeded in
checking the disease, but when I returned
home there were still three discharging ulcers
upon my face. I continued using Newton's
preparations, and also medicine that 1 got front
Dr. Ely, but the Cancer continued growitig on:
nil it hail eaten off the left side of my nose, the
, greater portion of my left cheek, and had attack
!en my left eve, 1 had giVeltlip all hope Of ev
er being cured, sitiee Dr. Ely' said he could only
give relief; but that 'e.t.a was impossible. In
M arch , 1858. I &Ought a bottle 'of "Mod Sear
cher,'.' hitt I must confess I had no faith in it.
I was very weak when 1 commenced taking it ;
hut I found that I gained strength day by day,
and also thet the ulcers commenced drying up.
I continued, end when the third bottle wan ta
ken any teen was healed as if by a miracle.
used a fourth bottle and I halfe been healthier
since 'hip 1 have ,eon for the last seven years.
Although my face itt sadly disfigured, I am still
grateful to a benign Providence who has spared
my life, and which has been done through the
instrumentality of Littusgt'e AUPAOVED BLOOD
SLAItCHEn• DAVID McCREARY.
Sworn and subscribed. 'this 31st day of Au
gust, A. D. 1858, before me, one of the Justices
of the Peace in and for the Boroigh of Hollidays
burg, Blair county Pa.
Witness— U J Julies. JOHN ciOBLEY.
Being afflicted with a grevions Totter on the
arms and face—after trying many remedies
which utterly failed to cure—l was pureuaded
by W. M. Barns & Co. to try Lindsev's Impro
ved Blood Searcher ; and now, six-wheks after
finishing the s cund bottle, pronounce rape!
The tatter broke out, something over a year
ago, on the inside of my arms, extending from
the elbows down to the wrists; also on my face,
immediately round the mouth and chin, and con
tiuhd to ho a perfect torment to me main cured by
the 131ood '&arelier. My arms, at times, were
almost uselpss, owing to the (merits and swag
op them" 14 bleed at any time on the
iesst exertion to lift or Work, and sometimei
so itchy that I could szarcely prevent tearing
oft my flesh. I have now been cured six weeks
and feel it due to Mr. Lindsey, and to the pub
lic generally, to make this statement, in hope
that others like myself may be benefftted by
using his valuable medicine.
• •• • her
• JANE PINVILSON.
sworn and subscribed before me, one of the
Aldertien in and for the City of Pittsburg, this
28th 4ity of Inly A. D. 1858.
AND McMABTER Aldermen.
Hollidaysburg, timit; 22,58-Iy.
A ntiphlogistic Salt.
This celebrated medicine is for sale at the
Journal Office. For all inflammatory diseases
it is a certain cure. '• Oat a hpx and try it, ,ts
alto are afflicted.