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The Ant Long-tailed Coat.
We do not believe that any boy ever put
on his first ong tailed coat without a sense
of ehame. Ho - first twists his back half off
looking at it in the glass, and then when
be steps out-of. deers it seems to him as if
- ll creation was in a Woad grin. The sun
laughs in the sky; the cows turn to look at
him; there are faces at every window;
his very shadow mocks him, When he
walks by the cottage where Jane lives, he
dares not look up for his life. The very
creak with consciousness of the strange
spectacle : and the old pair of pantaloons
that stop a light in, the garrer-window nod
with derision. If he is obliged to pass a
group of men and boys, the trial assumed
its most terrific stage. His legs get nil
mixed up with embarrassment, and the
nap of the dangling appendage is felt up- !
on them, moved by the 'wind of his own
agitation; he could not feel worse were it a
dishcloth, worn as a badge of disgrace
It is a happy time for him when he gets to
chnrch and sits down with his coat-tails
under him; but he is still apprehensive
with thinking of the Sunday school, and
wonders if any of the children tvill ask him
to "swing hie long-tailed blue."
Going Home with the Girls.
The entrance into society may be said
to take place after boyhood has passed a
way, yet a multitude take the initiative
betore their beards are presentable. It is
a great trial, either to a tender or a rough
age. For an overgrown boy to go to a
door, knowing that there are a dozen girls
inside, and to knock or ring with the ab.
solute certainty that in two minutes all
their eyes will be upon him, is a severe
test of courage. To go before these girls
and make a satisfactory tour of the room
without stepping on their toes, and then
to sit down and dispose of one's hands
without putting them to one's pockets, is
an achievment which few boys can boast,
If a boy can get so far as to measure off
ten yards of tape with one of these girls,
and cut it short at each end, he may stand
a chance to pass a pleosent evening; but
let him not flatter himself that all the trials
of the evening are over. There comes at
last the breaking up. The dear girls dun
their hoods, and put on their shawls, and
look saucy, and mischievous, and unim
pressible, as if they did not wish any one
to go home with them. glen comes the !
pinch; and the boy that has the most pluck
makes up to the prettiest OH, his heart
in his threat, and his tongue clinging to
the roof of his mouth, and crooking his el
bow, stammers out the words, .Shall I see
you horns?" She touches her finger to
his arm, and they walk home about a foot
apart, feeling as awkward as a couple of
goslings. As soon as she is safe inside
her own doors, he struts home, and thinks'
he has really been and gone and done it,
Sleep comes to him at last with dreams of
Caroline and Calico, and he awakens in
the .norning and finds the doors of life
open to him, and the pigs squealing for
We have passed over churning, and
learning the catechism, because we are
fearful of making this article too long, al
though we might have talked of butter
that would not be persuaded to come, and
perplexities of a literary turn of mind, and
ahead that measured seven-and a -quarter
when asked what the chief end of man
was? Boyhood is a green passage in man's
experience in more senses than one. It is
peasant thing to think oven and laugh
about now, though it teas serious enough
nett. Many of our poesent trials are as
ridiculous as those which now touch the
risibles in the recollection; and when wo
get to thq other world and look upon this,
and upon the infancy of the soul through
which wo passed here, we have no doubt
hat we shall gtrn over the trials which we
experienced when we lost our fortunes,
when our mills were swept away or burned
and when we didn't get elected to the
Legislature. Men aro but boys of larger
We have rarely seen a simple child sto•
ry that more touched us than the follow
ing, which wu find in an exchange:
"This is my home !" cried a little one, n
treasured boy of four summers, as fresh
and rosey, he came in from school, at the
close of a short winter afternoon. "In
deed, little Willie," said his mother,s vis.
itor, "how is it? Suppose you go set on
the sidewalk, and try the next door; sup
pose you try the next door step into the en
try, throw off your little sack, as you have
none here, and proceed to the pallor—
wouldn't that be your home?" "No in
deed;,' said Willie, "that wouldn't be it,"
"But tell me why not ?" Willie had nev
er thought or this. He paused a moment
then directing his eyes to where his moth
er sat quietly sewing, he replied, "She
lives here ?"
urn formal fashionable visitor thus
addrestd a little girl;
'How are you my dear?'
'Very well, 1 thank you,' she replied.
The visitor then added, .Now, my dear;
you should ask me how f am.'
The child simply ane honestly replied,
'I don't went to know.'
larmets t COIIIIIIII. AWARDED THE JOURNAL JOB mut
He that by the plough would thrive.
.1111113 elf, 110,3 i either hold or drier.'
1512N1S 11112 , rf
HINTS WORTH HEEDING. PIIitITING.
"But there is something worth living
fur besides money. That is very good,
but it is not all. With the rest let us
I raise a crop of good ideas. While you are .
I\UVIGOIt AT()Pt !
a former, remember that you are .1 man, -
with duties, and responsibilities. Live Compounded PREPARED 13Y DR. SANFORD.
d entirely of Gums.
down the old brutal notion that a farmer Li ono of the best purgative and liver niedi
Must he uncouth, uneducated and unthink- Ir aaw lt aat ll abi "i t4B j t- I,i csra i: u i ,„t,,:, ;: r „,7,, ,
ins—a mere plodder.
any slier medicine known. It is .t only 0 ('u.
"You tiro brought in immediate eon- V.tilvtretric,,
elect at li, t iv e n t; o r r e b ili d ed i y h , o tt n ct o i: : gt
i t i i c r s s t t
o o i n iu t i l e i l e
tact with the heart of civilization.
can not get out of the b u z z of the toiling riiiialetinlignft„'rVe)TiTecro"xpeenVeicoTenol,ltYi.ii7liirel'o7,lo'it..7lOiri
world. The trill of the wonder working 'of most Cathartics. It stregilien, the system Of
wires and the rumble of the locotnotive t'il,ltrailna Limo that it , io P .s a e r„ i _ l j a , 1 4 . „ . 0 ‘,`, ll ;,? l ,'„ t n ll i k° , l ,l
(the thunder threat of nations) come to , build it up with unusual rapidity.
your once secluded hill-side, - I The Liver is one oil.; the principal regale
: tars of the human bo- * dy ; and when it per-
Move towards a better life. Do not formsits functions welt 0 the powers of ow eye
keep your boys corn shelling in the long : !,r,'„ l r a,, r t c ei f , il ir l3 e . i. `, l . a ,j' e a p t e `T i : Lit, l i r Z a :,', 1 . ,a, 1 1 1 , / ,';
winter evenings.— Make your farm a action °mho Liver , mr i the proper pm hum,
piece that your sore and daughters cannot a „',1., ° ,,, i 7: 1 ,1. 1 ,:, 1 1 : 0 1 `, 1 ,a e 1 i :„ 1 1,', z „, 1 0 1 , a ,1 11 ;, a ,„t, c i r, I ,T i l o i i :
help loving. Cultivate the trees—they system sulfas in con-4 sequence of one orgt.ii
are God's messengers. Dont any that you 1 FOr lic tll' iv gs — Olio
' ll - ! that r t ;,:ti l iOn h e B ol u tl Y 2O
care nothing for looks. You do care, else j proprictop has mode it his study, inn Kite
why did you build that two story white 1 :..101°17a,Vbteire,',11,7,",„.1"1,Z,,,,Teir.r..;'„t°,1;11:1,'„'„an'ya.
house with a cupola into which - you never 1 derangements to which git is liable.
go. Or WI) ydid you years ago carefully ; coTe%N r' n . n ila p t er l s l o " i ' i i 4 I =, v, l is „ l . ' „ l' l l v i- i.
brush your coat, and pull up your shirt , Complaint in say of ifs i t' forms, has but to try
collar as you started on a sunday evening ! a 1 Tt i t , 1 3. ,, a ,, a g a n d ,„", m , Y . e 1 , a ,. t ,„ ° ,. a , 04 L i ;j l ', l .,;;, i . l :j a „r lead
to to visit the good woman who now shares 1 matter from thesystem 7 , supplying in their
your home l place a heal Ig 'flow ••• of bile, invigorating
g. Ifood tr; digest well,
Care much more for book> and pictures. ' purifying the blood,gb• slog tone out lotalth
D'orrt keep a solemn parlor, into which I , I ) ° ,.
. 1 1 : ( TiL, ° „ 1 1, 3 11 1 1 e , 1 , 1 17 f .: C riY e ' e r, " „tfit c :,',',',7
you go but once a month, with the parson 1 One dose after eat- 0 ing is stilliicient to re
oh sewing society. Hang round your'
r i i i ej n a g t n ii i i i i a a s t o o tt m r : , , n e g li unit i 0 'prevent the f,,0il from
wnlls pictures which shall tell stories of Bilious attacks arelldettred,rtml what Is
mercy, hope, courage. faith, and charity. , L i c ie u ß e P r E ZZ o l4,, ° - . , • th e oc c asio n al ass "
?duke your living room the forges. and Only one d 0,,, l ' a r _l ; 4 4 i n before mum
prevents Nightmare. I I
most cheerful in thathouse. Let the place
only one (1050 token lit nig : , 10 , 'ens the
be such that when your boy has gone to bowels gently, and cures costivoics,
distant lands or even when, perhaps, he
lo One close taken after each meal will c 0 Dts-
clings to a single plunk in th e lonely wa. ' ' , 44'/:One doss of two teaspoonfuls will al, ays .
tees of the wide ocean, the homestead I remove Hick Ileauclia. ' I
One bottle taken for female obsetructionre-
shall come across the desolation, bringing moves the canoe of die disease, and make; a
al,vnys light, hope and love. perfect cure.
i Only •one dose immediately relieves Chnlic
Have no dungeon about the house— ! while 9 I
no room that you never open—no blinds ' a u t ra ll ,7 o ° ,,nn iu r i c r i t c ' (l n i t s vo n o si rc ° ,`: ( , fi T e e r ': t o . r 1
that are aiwnys shut. eirOnly one bottle is needed to throw out of I
Don't teach your daughters French he. tl i‘ ie ki, zstern the effects of medicine:lifter it long
fore they can weed a flower bed or cling s. CS - 6ne bottle token for Jaundice removes I
to a side saddle.— And daughters ! do j alloiTellt".',:",:a,""a"Troarit 7ii,„,"eVeMgleo„'tki'„",*
not be ashamed of the pruning knife. , gives vigor to the appetite, and makes food diges:
Bring to your dear the richest flowers of
ono dose often repented cures Chronic Dior- i
the woods; cultivate the friendship of; rlima in its worst forms, while Summer ond j
birds ; scorn the scamp that level his mor-1 \ l ''T ele Z n ,
complaints no yie s ld : l iTe ost t 9 ° l ile c tlr", d('8 1 ' ;
derous gun Ilt the blue bird and robin. tvor l " l n c s in Ohildten ; there is no surer or speed I
Study botany learn to love nature, end ie.i
CgrA to remeily.w bottles cures dropsy, 19y exciting
in the world, as it never fail, j
seek a higher cultivatmn than the fashion- :lie .4.o4. ? ents. i
ble world would give you- We take‘pleasure in recommemli ngtbis riled-
irine as tt preventive for Fever and Ague, Chill,
Fever, and all Fevers of it Bilious Type. It j
operates with certainty, and thousands are wii. j
ling to testify to ite, wonderfol virtues.
All who use it arts giving their unattimouktes- 1 ,
timonv in its favor.
tS'llix water in the mouth with the 'Midge.
aloe, and swallow both togethet. I
The Liver Invigorator. I
Planting Potatoes in the same hill
Having never seen an account in any a. gricultural paper, as I recollect, of any one
having raised potatoes with corn in the
saute hill. 1 thought I would try the expe
riment last spring. I had finished the po
tatoes that I intended to plant, but having
some small ones left, concluded to plant
them them in the same hills with a patch
of corn, and mark the effect. I planted
the corn upon the twenty-fifth of May,•
the season being so wet I could not plant
them them sooner. I dropped the corn
and potatoes together, hoed them at the
same time, and dug tha potatoes soon after
cutting up the corn. The ground tt as
not first rate, but the corn was an aver
age crop, full RR good as some near by
where the corn was planted alone, The
potatoes were first rate—never saw finer.
I shall try again next spring, and tf they
did as thls year, I shall continue to plant I
them together, If the two crops do as
well Its s9paiiitt', it intt!'.°4 a groat ,
Saving of labor to plant them together. I
Has any one tried pl:ntine the tive crops
together? if so, give result through the
Farmer. E. P. B.
TO PREVENT AY)ITCH CAVING IN
Editors Genesee Faro:en—ln reply
to the inquiries of Mr. J. R. DILL, of East
ern Shore, Maryland, in the June.number
Let him put in the bottom of his ditch tr i.
angles wads of good heart of oak, formed
by notching together pieces of two inch
stuff a foot or more long; and six inches
wide. Set these in the ditch six or eight
feet apart, with the apex of tho triangle up
then cover with good heart stuff boards,
twelve, sixteen, six or eight feet long, as
is convenient. This makes a trunk that
can not cave. Then put in large, long
brush, filling with these two or three feet
more or less; lastly, cover with reversed
sods, straw or hay, and then fill in with
soil. Or, lay rails in the bottom of the
ditch, as far apart as necessary to carry
all the water. Split pieces of stuff from
oak blocks sawed two feet long; put one
of these pieces under the eras of the rails
or pieces you lay in the bottom, then coy.
or with the split pieces, lapping the lower
edge over the upper edge of each piece,
and cover as deep as you please with sod
and soil over all. Either of these ways
will underdrain, and the deeper it is laid
the better, a reasonable depth.
.111rPoultry, to be trent to distant mar•
kets, should be packed in boxes or barrels,
and rye etratv should be tree. Avoid the
Übo of otker straws.
A'1,111.1 LAU; VU:
Is a scientific medical discisTery, and is daily
working cures, almost too great to believe. h
cares as if by magic, even the firist rime giving
benefit, and seldom more than one tile is re
quired to cure any kind of liver do.npldint,
from the worst jaundice or Dyspep...ia to a com
mon headache, all of which are the result of
PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER, BOTTLE.
nu. SANFORD, Proprietor, 045 Broadway, N •Y
Sold by Samuel Smith, &J. Read Huntingdon
arC)l3 C3t3P:l6 11 3E4030.
Premiums nwarded the "JOURNAL" Of
flee et the late County FAIR, fur the meat
3.9 7 R11Z T
Iluvlng recently received from the Evstern
fltOT POWER PlitBo,
nod a largo variety
, ibe most
I.V q 1.!!;: ~.m i en ma i ze, it oho of tlw
most Coin pletJ EMMA/Any:tits in this
section, Ptirson, in want of any kind of
work, cannot do better than favor no with
their patronage. We have facilities for execu
Ling in n superior manner any kind of
PRINTING IN COLORS
on the most reasonable terms.
may wish to obtain any style of
can be accommodated at this establishment at
will be furnished promptly, executed in ho
best style and at reasonable rates.
lEtr Orders by express, snail or otherwise,
will receive immediate attention.
WAHNICK, CHADWICK & 111107,
(SUCCE:18088 TO NEMAN & WARNICIO
NORTH—EAST CORNER OF SECOND &
RACE STREETS, PHILADELPHIA.
Manufacturers of and Dealers Wholesale and
HEATERS, VEVHEATORS, RANGES
McGregor's Celebrated Ileaters and
With a great variety of the intent patterns of
COOK AND PAULOR STOVES,
Queen's Patent Portable Forges.
SAV2NICI FL;I 7 OD.
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%VAL I% ET STREET,
1 01 . 111-WEST 01 , 1,1111,,
Incorpot ilia by the State ul' Pennulvania.
VIM PER CENT ttottitsT
vr o. IS RECEIVED IN ANY SUM
ILL lorge or small, and interest paid from the
day of deposit to the day of withdrawal.
The (Mice m open every day from 9 o'clock
in the tnorning till 5 o'clock in the afternoon,
and on Monday and Thursday evenings till 8
HON. HENRY L. BENNER, Pr,ident,
ROB EIIT SEUVRIDGE, rice President,
W.li. J. HEED, Scer.laq.
Hon.Benry L. Benner, - 1 ,. ..C0rra1l Brewster,
Edward 1.. Carter, Joseph B. Berry,
Hobert L. SeMidge, Frauds Lee
Sam!. IC Asldon, Joseph Yorl:es,
C. Landreth Mimes '
Money is received and payments made doily
in gold without nestles.
The investments are made in Heal Estill°
Mot tg,agns, Ground Rents, and such clans se
curities us the Manor req uires.
1 Green Willow Foundry.
WOULD respectfully inform the pnblie tint
I I have commenced tinniness at the above
place, and will he ready to accomodate nll who
may want anything in my lino of.btodness. I
1 will have. on hand or make to order Threshing
Machines, and all o.her machinery that may he
called Mr. Castings of every description, e.tok
and Parlor Stoven, Plows, Hollow-ware,
All kinds of Turning, either wood• nor iron. and
Blacksmithing will ho done in the best manner
and on the most renmnable term, Farmers
and oil 'en wishing to purchase now machines
Will find it to their advantngo to give mo a call.l
All hinds of Countiy produce taken in exchange
at market trices. PETER TIPPER Y.
Witten:tenet, Oct. 13, 1858.-Iy.
lie generally that he is receiving at hiA new
Store in Portstown, opposite the old Toll Bridge
a splendid stock if New Goods, whleh has been
selected wit It great care, to suit purchase..—
. 211 e stock of
Hardware. Quensware, Honig.
and Shoes, lints rola (Ws, a unriety of Stone
and Earthen ware. Fish Salt, Ceder-wore and
in Ihet all articles kept in a country store. All
of which will he sol low h.r cash, or country
prodace. Ciro us a call.
Nov. 8, 1850.
HUNTINCDON IVARM SPRINGS,
The Warm Springs at the base of .Warriee-
Ridge, fire nthes north of Huntingdon, overlook
ing Stetting Stone Creek, and environed by ro
mantio bills and woodlands, have been leased
by the Griner proprietor of the Learner House.
The extcnsive lintel buildings, bath houses,
.tt.e., erected at great expense by General A I'.
Wilson, have been completed—and the groves
have been beautifully laid out and adorned.—
The Hotel varlors and chambers airy and com
fortably' rernithed; and the prospect, from the
verandahs Mr beanty, cannot be excelled.
For half a century, these Springs have been
celebrated for their medicinal qualities, and the
great nature of the waters in rheumatic and chro
nic nabetions. The temperature of the water
being 691 degrees, renders the bathing delight
ful and invigorating. In the surrounding woods
and mountains, game abounds, and the finest
fish are caught in Stone Creek. Persons in pur
suit of health or pleasure, will find this a most
delightful and healthful retreat; and its nearness
to the Pennsylvania Railroad, awl the cheapness
of the rates charged guests, give it a deviled
advantage r.,er any nthcr watering place in the
The Proprietor has had yeari of oxperienry in
the husitiess and Its pains or tmttiw will he ,pa
red to roosts (y.011111)11104,
Baths m17'1 . 0111 1111111410011 tO Witcm Springs
on the arrival of the ditliacnt Railroad trains—
faro 25 cents. Families accommodated at leo
crate terms. JOHN R. HERD,
Warm SHtiugs near j Proprietor.
Iruntin. , den, June sth
H®! THIS WAY.
Does anybody want to get into good limi•
nose, by which they can make from $75 to
sl.oii n month without bard labor? 11Fe send
toe cents in itautps or money, for rotor!'
postage, nod by return tuna, 3ou will seeeive
circulars of the grandest mone3mthing
home ever appeared to 0,00. Discovered by
cOrk:ill11 and proved to be invaluable by
I Milli.' 3 . 1 Southern people. Address,
2 k, 0, IaiNSON,
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
1858. FALL AN D N
IV E IN I ' V TER GOODS. 1858,
M. Gutman & Co.,
Infbrin thd public generally, that they have just
received a large ntoeit of
Fall and Winter Goods,
L'A NT$, &c., &c.
his Mod, of Clothing is of the 101,91 liwh•
ions, and manufactured of the best materials;
and RS they are determined to sell as cheap as
the cheapest, the public will do well to give
them a call and examine their stock.
lkirDonit forget the place—Long's brick
building, on the corner, liailuet square, Hum
rrm, subscriber respectfully announces to his
-le friends and the public generally, that he has
leased that old and well ebtnbiiBhOp TAVFUN
STAND, known as the Hitntingdan
House, on the cornet of Hill and Charles
Street, in 1.110 Borough of ' Hunting- s ;
Ile has recently pot the house through a thoro
ugh course of repairs, and is now equal to any in
lAs TADLL Will always be stored with the
beet the season can afford, to suit the tastes
and appetites of his guests.
His atn will always be fulled with Choice Li
quors, and His STAN. always attended by ease
tut and !awn tire Ostlers.
fo hopes by ;;;;ret attention to busin ess
on spirit of necUtuudation, to merit and receive
u liberal share of public patronage.
Sept, 15, 11+5,1-Iy. P. itIicATEER. .
COLONEL G. W. CROCKETT,
THOMAS DUNN ENGLISH, M. D.,
HENRY CLAPP, Jos.,
Moe. ANNA WHELPLE
Miss VIRGINIA VAUG
Mite. DI. VERNON,
Miss HATTIE CLARE,
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successors to Hecket & Co
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Summons, Vendee Notes
Executions, Constabls's Sales,
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Dr. John IVloCulloOh,
nifees his professional services to the MHz.
U Huntingdon and vicinity. 01lice, on Lill
between Montgomery and Bath.
tin tingdon, Aug. 29, 1855.
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A SPLENDID ii..hvvbooK . STOVE
sale Itt this °lli, e; it is ekleulated to burn w
pared nriguirilly bli Pro. IL F.:I LI:
formerly of the College of Surgeons,
IS NOW OEJ!ERE]) TO THE PUI3-
thocula of all Bare and i'diu
F or instance—Pain or soreness in an)]
part of the system, Rheumatism, pain
in the back, breast or sides, bested breasts
Neuralgia, Barns, Sprains, Bend-ache,
Cramp in the Stomach or any other dis
ease that is SORE or PAINFUL, and
it is only over this class of diseases we
claim a VICTORY. Wo say positively
to our patrons we can relieve the slat:rel.
99 times out of 100. We would just say
to the public, Prof. Da Vall was 26 years
in bringing to this medicine superiority
over all others.
Price 50 ets. per bottle—A per cent
cot oil' the trade. All orders most he ad
dressed to J. D. STONER( /AD,
Sole Agent for U. S.,
CONSUMPTION Cir AN OLD INDIAN
DOCTOR, UNCAS 13DANT,
CURED. in h tli t a e n u s l' o f f i l i rlto r it y k a y" l /=nt
fins, discovered a ItAltE
CONSUMPTIONI'LANT, that proves to he c
certain care for Consumption,
Bronchitis, Asthma, Liver
Cotnplamt, Nervous Affec
tions, Coughs, Colds, Stc.—
CONSIUDIpTIONRavin g now made Ids flAutte
and retired from business, lie
CURED. y ie i , !tg i t:horfr i e , seript!on e and
for pr eparing
r ',paring the
medicines free of charge to all
coNsumpAloNwho may desire it, and will
send to his agent, enclosing
CURED. i;i:rettirrirlect ll e.,°tvdistli.athlm'
cription of their symptoms.—
CONSVIIIPTION'rho Old Dolton has mired
more than 3000 cases rf Con-
CURED. roption alone, and hopes all
Meted people will avail
thernselve; of . this opportuni-
CONSUMPTIONty, as the Doctor wishes to do
all the good he can before be
dies. Address all letters to
Box 3531 P. 0., New York,
Who is his sole agent.
June 30th, 1838,13,
living bought afoot. "CARD.PRESS," we
are now prepared to print in the proportion of
three cards in the same time that any other
press in the county con print one, consequent
ly we can print them cheaper--if not done well
we make no charge at all. We ash your pa.
NEW Eiti:ORII! NEW GOODS!!
FISHER & IitcMURTRIE
HAVING re-opened the METROPOLITAN
formerly known as "S.txTols's" take plea
sure in announcing to their many friends, thnt
they have received is new and well-selected
stock of Goods, which they feel confident will
satisfy the demands of the public, and will prove
unexceptionable in EITYIAI and QUALITY.
Timeline of Dress Goode embraces •
ROBES A QUILLE IN ORGANDIES,
LAWNS, PERCALES, &e. CIIALYS,
BERAGES, BR ILLIANTS, ALL WOOL
DE LAINES, CRAVELLA MOHAIR,
VELLA CLOTHS, DEBAGE,
PRINTS, GINGIIAMS, &c.
We have a fine assortment of bounce Man
tillas, Shawls, Dress Trimmings, Fringes, A it
tiques, 'Ribbons, Mitts, Gloves, Gauntlets, II
Fiery, Ladies' Collars, Handkerchiefs, Buttons,
Floss, Sewing Silk, Whalebones for Skirts,
nerd Boons, Brass do., Skirt Cord, Se.
A Lso—Tickens, Osnaburg, bleaehed nod on
bleached Muslim; at nil prices, Colored nod
'Mite rambrics, Barred and Swiss Musli
Victoria Lawns, Nninsooks, Tarletun and many
other articles which comprise the line of White
nod Domestic Goods.
We have French Cloths, Fancy Cassimeres,
Sattinetts,Jeans, Tweetis, Cottonades, Linens,
Denims and Bine Drills.
HATS, CAPS AND BONNETS,
or every varjety and style. Also ell kinds 0
- STRAW GOODS.
A knoll stock of
G 110( ERIES, 111 RD & QUEENSWARE,
Wood and Willow-ware,
which wi!l be s , , hl Cm, v.
We itico deal hi PLASTER, FISH, SALT
and all kinds of GRAIN, and possess
in this branch of trade unequalled I,t• any. Wt
deliver all packages or parcels of allerehandb c ;
FREE 01 , CHARGE, at the depots of tbe
Blond Top and Pennsylvania Railroads.
come onc, conic all, and he convinced that
he "Illwraorot.trAti" is the place to secure
rtsbionable and desirable goods, di.po,l of at
the lowest rates.
Neu• Goods ! New Goods !
D. P. GAVIN'S CHEAP sTont
D. I'. flwin has just rata:nil from I'llllllllcl.
phis with the largest and most beautiful as.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Ever 1 1 1q12ht to Huntingdon,
consisting of the most fashionable Dress Goods
for Ladies .ntl Cetalonien, 81,11 no 13Iack
and Fllll, All Wool de Lains, (all colors)
Spring. liosinns, ChoHie Detains. Seines, (all
colors) 14 cvell Cloth, Debaizo, Alpacca, I'op-
line, Mu .1 Bongos, Brilliants, plain and fig
ured, GillghalllB, Lawns, and Prints of every de
ZT,SO, a large lot of dress Trimmings, Frill.
gas; Antiques, G imps, Million, Buttons, Br/11114,
Crapes, Hued & Brass Hoops, Skirt Cord. Silk
and Linen handkerchiefs, Seek ties, Stork,
r, Frew" Working Cotton, Linen and
C.ltton Floss, Tidy Yarn; &e.
Also the beet nnil cheapest assortment of Col
ors, sed Undereleaves, in town. Ilar'd anti
Plain Jaeonct, Al it Muslin,sSwies. Plain, Fig
ured, Shirt Ileitt• Marseille fur Capes, and a
variety of white goods too uninerutts to nice.
Spring and Thibit Shawls . , White Dahlia° fin•
Capes, Montill,, &c.
Ali.., Cloths, Cassimers, Cassinets, Tweeds,
K. ;leans, Mullins, Cotton Drill, Nankeens,
Tieken, Table Diapers, Flannels, Sea
Also, a large lot of Bonnets, Flat, (fats, &c.
roots and Shoes, the largest and alma
pest assortmont in town.
11. D VIT A. Mt M, QUMED7I3-
w,alam, isu,ket!:, Tubs, Baskets, Churns,
Butter Bowls, Broo Ills, Brushes, Be. Carps ts,
Oil Cloths, .1.1,11 sit Salt, Stigftr . , Care.
'Pea,lllol,tsse,, aila :ill goods usually kept in
My Old easterners, and ns ninny new ones us
can crowd in nro respectrully requestc4 to conic
and examine tar goods.
All kinds of Country produce taken in en•
change fur goods, at the highest market price,.
DAVID 1% it WIN. -
April 2!, 1858.
1. 4 '211ir.\ ILD Thiirirlas
A New Assortment Just Opened !
And will be sold 30 per cent.
CHEAPER THAN Tur CHE PEST!
Ti ROMAN respectfully in'Orms his eusto-
Al, [Hers and the public generally, that he has
just opened at his store-room in Market Square-
Iluntingdon,t.t splendid now stock of Ready
Clothing for Fall and Winter,
'Which he will sell cheaper than the samequality
of Goods can he purchased at retail in Philadel
phia or any other establishment in the country.
Persons wishing to buy Clothing would do
well to call and examine his stock before 1 wan
sing elsewhere. Also,
which will be sold lower than ut oily other es ,
tablisbrocnt in the county.
Huntingdon, April I. 1858.
Ch%mbersburg to Mt, Union
rip he undersigned aware that a suspensiono
.I the line of Stages over the road between
Chumbersburg and Mt, Union, cannot ho but
disadrantageous to a large section of the coun
try, bus, at 'a
considerable expense and trouble
made arrangements to run a line of Stages
Tri-weekly between the two points. Good
Horses end comfortable Stages tome been pla
ced on the route, and experienced and trusty
drivers will superintend the running of the
Couches. The proprietor of the line is disirono
that it be maintained, and ho therefore rile
upon the public generally to patronize it. cc ll
dent that it will be for their mutual advanta 5.
Every uttention necessary will be given, r 1
the running of the Stages will be regular.
gir Stages leave Mt, Union, every Tu dad
Thursday, and Saturday evenings, urri ag at
Chamberaburg the next day at 2 o'clor
turning, leave Chambersburg, the so e night
at to o'clock, arriving at Mt. Union he next
(welting in time for the cars. Between Mt, Un
ion and Shade Gap the line will bo daily.
Or Pare through $3l to intermediate points
iu proportion. JOIIN JAMISON.
Jon. 20th, 1828.—0 f
WHEAT AND CORN wanted at this
office. Thoso having either can dispose of the
811110 by calling soon.
TRAINS GOINO EAST.
Nfail T. I Ex. T. Fast T.
Train leaves P. M. A. N. P. N.
l'eterebe 1.06 8.24 11.24
It unti, don, 1.22 8.39 11.39
Mill reek, 1.33 8.49 1,1.49
Mt Colon, 1.47 9.03 12.03
1 4INS Gotha West.
Train loaves P. M. A. NI 11
Mt. Union, 4.32 6.45 11.35
Mill Creek 4.48 6.58 11.49
Huntingdon, 5.03 7.11 12.01
Petersburg, 5,40 7.23 12.13
The Passenger train on the H. & 13. T.
railroad leaves lltintingdon as follows :
7 30 A. M. 3 P. M.
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NITEVXIit , ItON
rpll E undersigned owners of the Huntingdon
L Mill, inform farmers and the puhliegouera!•
ly, flint they now have their new mill in running
order,. with all the modern improvements in the
water. wheels and machinery.
'They have put in live at' the Improved Jon
eat Turbine Water Wheels, end Cull grinding
all singes of Om water, and during the cc :" act
weather, any and nil kinds of grain.
They are prepared to sell, and have on hand
fur sale nt all times, at market rates, all kind of
FLOUR, FEED AND STUFFS,
and farmers eon have their own grain ground;
and take it hack in a return load, or they can
be furnished in exchange at a moment's notice
an equal rowdily a Flour mid 13ran or chop•
THE er r iVeST IVICAOHINEI
is °fan inanufhetuty; and they 141
insure an, 1.1, I OUT of superior qua]]
ty to every• bm.liel of grain left at their
FISHER & NuATURTEIR.
N. 13.--The Buckwheat guiles are not quite
Ilumingdon, December 10, ISIS.
11. K. NEFF, N. 11.,
"SAVING located himself in WARItIORMAIta
1 1 thia county, would rempoodully oflor hie
processimil services to the eitizons ofthnt Noon
and tho country adjarent.
J. 13. imams, M. D. Gen. A. P. Wilson,
111. A. Henderson, " Win. P. Orbison,
J. H. Dorsey, " Hon. James °whin,
111. Stewart, " John Scott, 11sq.
llon. Goo•go Taylor.
Jacob M Gemmill, M. 12., A/ex.(/'
John Well loch, Petersburg
A. P. Wn.sos R. BnIIPa rxritucim
WILSON & PETRIKIN,
.977011 JV EYN .9T L./IW,
Practice in the several Courts of Huntingdon
111.iir, Cambria, Centre, Mifflin and Juniata Coup
e_`. March 23, 1853.
Cheapest "Job Printing" Office
XS. TIM 00111t1rX.
We hare now made Bitola arrangements in our
Job ggice as will enable us to do all kinds of
Job Printing at 20 per cent.
Than any Office In the County.
Give us a call. If wo don't give entire satiafac.
lion, no charge at all will be mode.
IN BLAST AGAIN
Huntingdon r1 4,, 91 1, 1 Foundry.
'Plat' oinr SUBSCRIBERS informing friends and 271 1 111 A p lf ut.
lie generally, that they have rebuilt the Hunt
ingdon Foundry, and are now in successful op
eration, and are prepared to furnish casting of
all kinds, of the hest quality on the shortest no
tice and most reasonable terms.
Farmers aro invited to call and examine our
Ploughs. We aro manufacturing the Hunter
Plough, (this plough took the premium at the
Huntingdon County Agricultural Fair, in 1855)
also Hunter's celebrated Cutter Plough, which
can't be beat, together with tho Keystone, Hill
side, and Barshear Ploughs. We have on hand
and are manufacturing stoves, such as Cook,
Parlor and alien stoves for coal cr wood.
HOLLOW -W altE
consisting of Kettles,Boilers, Skillets, &c.,
of which will be sol cheap for cash or in ex
change fur country produce. Old mute! taken
for new castings. By a strict attention to busi
ness and desire to please, we hope to receio,
share of public patronage,
J. M. CUNNINGHAM & BRO.
April 30, 1856.-tf.
DR. J R HUYETT
1 41410.4 _ .R. ;
A :I ' OA E, 2 A A ,
nil 'attend to all business entrusted to:him. Of
fice nearly opposite the Court House
May 5. '53
Attorneys at Law,
°Mee same as that formerly occupied by Job;
Oct. 19, 1834.
' don, Pa.