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Editor and Proprietor.
Wednesday Morning, April 27, 1859.
KrPhilosophers tell us that there are
certain necessary evils in the world ; but
they have neglected to enumerate them.—
Whether they include in the catalogue, et.
byls, wizards, quacks, &c., we are unable
to say. But one thing we know, that if
they do not, they ought to.
A professed Doctor Normand : by name,
his wife a fortune-teller, and his son a curer
f stammering, visited our town last week
and remained some days. The Erst act
was to get bills printed for which they did
not pay. As leeches suck blood, so they
suck money. Ignorant as brutes, they us.
vel through the country living off the cre
dulous and unsus2eccing, Devoid of all
honor and honesty, they delight in rascality
and falsehood, and seem happiest when
their damning roguery best succeeds.—
Such creatures aro the worst of nuisances
—yea, moral pollutions upon society. The
above caricatures of humanity have gone,
we leans, to Hollidaysburg. We caution
our friends there to beware of them. No
act of meanness is too low for them to com
mit. May God rid us of such impostors !
'Some time ago, the Borough au
thorities put up gas lamps in Main street,
and had them lit for several evenings.
Three weeks since, the town election was
held and a new set of men came into
power, since then, the lamps have not been
used. Why is this? The Borough has
been at the expense of their erection, and
is justly indignant at the action of the
present Council. To argue the conveni•
ence, propriety and even necessity of hay.
ing main street lighted, 'a wholly super.
litmus. They are admitted by every man
woman and child, in town. But the cry
is raised that it is unjust to those who live
in the other streets, es if they never use
Atun street. To say the lest this is simp
remain 04.4 ~."••••• •
suit *very one, therefore it must not erect
any at all, or, if forsooth, it has nlready
erected some, they must remain useless
—proud and yet sad, monuments of depar.
ted public spirit and enterprise. What a
lasting, burning Shame. It is the misfor.
tune of Huntingdon to be governed by men
of the most contracted views of public
improvement and progress, and who can
never regard any thing favorably, that
does not directly inure to their personal
benefit. They are Solons, indeed. We
may advance something further on this
Commonwealth vs John Davenport.—
Indiotment, Horse.stealing. True bill.—
Ver diet, guilty. Sentenced to undergo an
imprisonment of two years and a halt in
the Western Penitentiary.
Comth. vs P. &T. Harvey. indict.
Larceny. Not a true bill.
Comth. vs Thos. H. Fagan. lndi ct.—
Interfering with elections. True bill:
Guilty. Sentenced to 24 hours in jail, $5O
fino and costs.
Comth. vs Win. DeCourecy, Indict.
Larceny. Not a trite bill.
Comth. vs J no. Dunlap. Indict Lar.
ceny. Verdict, Guilty. Sentence, nix
months in penitentiary.
Same vs same. Indict. Larceny. True
bill. Verdict, guilty.
Comth. vs Wm. E. Anspach. Indict.
Fornication and Bastardy. True bill. Re
Comth. vs Wm. Coble. Indict. Larceny.
l'rue bill. Verdict, Guilty, Sentence,
15 months in penitentiary.
Same *vs same. Indict. Larceny. True
bill. Verdict, guilty. Sentence. 15 mos.
Same ye come. Indict. Larceny. True
bill. Verdict, not guilty.
Same vs slime. Indict. Larceny. True
bill. Verdict, Guilty. Sentence, 2 days
Jno. Savage va Wm, Smith and Jno. Da.
via. Ejectment. Verdict for plaintiff.
Wm, Curry vs Jona. McWilliams. Tres
pass. Verdict for defendant.
ill'The trial of Daniel E. Suckles (or
the murder of Philip Barton Key, which
has already occupied nearly three weeks,
is not yet concluded. The evidence is
very voluminous, and of a character alto
gether unfitted for family reading. We
do not believe in pandering to a depraved
taste, and therefore prefer to keep it out
of our colume. The affair—which is af-
ter all little else than a farce—will probe
( y be concluded during the ensuing year.
Nobody doubts the acquittal of the prison
er in the long run. It seems to be mere
y fort be beet+ of the lawyers and the
:at , , •fs that the trial is pro
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Favhion, the Flower Slipper, in beads and
Berlin wool is beautiful. This work is
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The Great Republic Monthly for May,
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be surpassed. The reading matter is of the
best. This magazine stands high among
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ber dell's valuable periodical is ' before
us. It contains the Minister's Wooing,
which began in December, anJ will be
continued throughout the year. The Pro
fessor at the breakfast table, is likely to
denpen the impression prodeced by the
brilliant conversations of The Stdoerat.
Terms $3 per annum. Published by Phil
lips, Samson &Co., Boston.
Sheriff. Miller, p ith his two deputies
started yesterday morning to Pittsburg,
with three Penitentiary birch A fine
chance for visiting at the expense of the
THE next term of the Cassville Semi
nary opens Monday, May 2nd.
OW The Borough School Directlrs
have made the following selection of teach•
ers for the ensuing year, beginning at the
first of May.
Ist male school. Mr. Whipple,
Sd • Itl 11. - 61/rl.,
let fen ale " Miss E. Drayton,
2d 0 •' " Sarah Myers,
3d If M•s. Welch.
The above are all said to be good teachers,
and will doubtless conduct model schools.
Miss Biglow will conttnue in charge of
the Seminnty. The Trustees have not
yet selected a Professor for the Academy.
Se-A terrible storm prevailed west 01
this on Saturday last. On the Alleghe•
ny the snow is two feet deep. The frail
his thought, was almost n3l destioyed.
Will you be so good as to allow me a
small space in your paper, for the purpose
of refuting a rep)rt put in circulation for
for the purpose of placing me in a (mho
position before the people of the county at
this time, to the effect that I charged and
recoived pay from the county, for every
day during my term of office in '52 and
53, which, if that were so, would be 620
days. After the matter was brought to my
notice by a friend, 1 went to the Commis
sioners' office to examine the documents,
which are open to any person, and will not
lie. 1 found that I had credit and received
pay for 209 days, including 21 days em
ployed in holding the County Appeal: in
If this is not satisfactory to my friends,
who entrusted me in part with the busi.
ness of the ccunty at that time, the prool
is at hand and can be produced at any time.
Huntingdon, April 27 , 1859.
Tho Washington Union thinks that the
decay of the Democrat party is owing to
its excess of great men. A more general
impression is that it is owing to its lack of
them. The excess of great men may be
a cause of the decay of the parties; but, if
it as, we thtr.k there never has been a time
in the history of the democratic party when
it had so little to fear from this quarter,
GOOD BYE.—What shall be done by the
:Anthem State•, asks the Jackson 161i8sis.
sippiau. if their '.enemies, the pledged
destroyers of their civil and political rights'
—meaning Republicans--shall succeed in
the next Presidential election 1 ' , But one
alternative will be left. it separation of
the assailed States from the aggressing
members of the Union, ought instantly to
take place." We have an impression
thnt something of that sort has been said
THE Louisville Journal sincerely re
grets to learn that Prestdent Buchanan h is
taken hold of the Washington monument
enterprise. Thu thing has been misman
aged enough in all con'cience, but its fate
is now sealed, and it may be regarded as
"finished" is a figurative sense.
THAT THIRTY MILLION
llOtt. JEREMIAH CLEMENS, of Memphis,
Tenn.. in a speech at Nashville. recenlly,
said that it required extraordinary credul
ity to believe that the Administration in
tended to use the 830,000,000 it asked of
the late Congress in the purchase of Cuba.
' , ln my honest opinion," continued MR•
Custesis. , the intention was to use it as a
corruption fund to secure the nomination
and election of km; SLIDELL as President
of these United States. There is nothing
in the past history of either JAMES BUCHAN.
AN or JOHN SLIDELL to place them above
suspicion. • Give them 830,000.000 to
be used in buying Spanish officals, and
unless some such miracle occurs an that
of a leopard changing his spots, a part of
that sum will be employed in buying the
Charleston Convention, and the remainder
in purchasing the vote necessary to insure
the election of its nominee."
11 New l'ilibuster Scheme. The St.
Louis Republican calls attention to a se
cret movement emoting the emigrants at
Pike's Peak for the organization of an ex
pidition to take possession of the Mexican
provinces of Sonora and Chiahuahua, A
consultatiod has already been held over
this matter at St. Joseph, and probably at
some other points on the border, and prom
inent par ties in St. Louis are cognizant of
Branded for 13 igamy.—A man by the
name of Robbins, indietedfor bigamy, was
tried at Raleigh, N. C., on Friday last, and
convicted. On Satnrday he was branded
with the letter 13 on the right cheek, in
open court—the brand leaving a marlc
that he will carry to his grave.
Tim A PPROPRIATION BILL.—The gen
eral appropriation bill, as pass ed by the
Legislature, contains the following items:
Common Schools. $280,000; interest on
State debt, $2,000,000, legislative expen.
see, $150,000; public printing. etc., $30,-
000; judicial salaries, $125,700; executive
departmennts, 58,672; penitentiaries ,
$40,80-1; House of Refuge, $20,000; Penn
sylvania State Lunatic Bo.pital, $22,000
Pennsylvania institution for the Blind,
$22,000; Pennsylvania Institution for
Deaf and Dumb, $23,000. Pennsylvania
Training School for Feeble Minded Chil
dren, $12,500; Northern home for Friend
less Children, $5,000; Penn. Asylum for
Indigent Wlt follotving salWerfor 118 till
ferent officers of the State Government :
Governor, $4.000, Secretary of the Com
monwealth, $1,700, Deputy Secretary of
the Commonwealth, $1,500; Auditor Gen
erol, $1,700; Surveyor General, $1,600;
Attorney General, $3,000; Adjutant Gen
eral, $600; State Superintendent of Com
mon Schools, $1,500; State Librarian;sBoo
State Treasurer, $1,700- These salaries
are paid quarterly, at the office of the State
'F rev surer,
AVASHING TON, A pril 24,1859.
Although the President atfirst strongly
demurred to the amendments of the Cass-
Yrissarrt treaty, ho will finally accept
them, 'o avoid further complications. It
is doubtful whether the Senate will accede
so readily. •
Gen. Bowman still remains Superhiten.
dent of the Public Printing. The place
has been half promised to Messrs. Sander
son, Severns, Barret and Reed, severally.
All of whom are from Pennsylvania. Gen.
Bowman desires it to bo so arranged that
ho may hold the office in reserve, to fall
back upon when he fails in his manage
ment of The Constitution.
Mr. Buchanan is chief editor of the or
gan; Sec. Cobb, Attorney•Goneral Black,
Mr. Mann, and others have furnished ar
ticles recently, but a general censorship is
exercised at the White House,
Mr. Brown, an attache to The Jonrnat
of Commerce, who is the New• York cor
respondent of The Conettlution, has been
invited to take the editorial management
of it, but the President's vague promises
thus far have prevented the conclusion of
The Hon. Mr. Bishop. of Connecticut,
is now the most prominent candidate for
Commissionership of Patents. His claims
as a defeated member of Congros are strong
ger, because his wounds are fresher than
those of some named.
A number of Administratinn politicians
from Illin&s have suddenly assembled here
among them, Postmaster Cook of Chicago,
Mr, Douglas is also still in the city. This
convocation excites ce.nment, when con•
sidered in connection with the present
willingness of the Administration to ignore
iho Lecompton issue. '
Count de Sartiges's establishment is ad
vertised for sale, on his departure on leave
Advices from Tennessee give the stron•
gest assurances that the Opposition will
t lect the Governor, and increase their Con
Is said that Buchman, afflicted
with ti.e same infirmity that possessed Ty
ler and Pierce, is determined to presen t
limiself at Christen for rollout inaticm.
•c Sickles is playing his part with the
skill of a trained actor. Himself and coon
ad have no expectation of actual acquittal
save by moving appeals to the jury.—
These are made at every opportunity .
The miserable wife's extorted confession
was thrust in for that purpose. They
knew it would be thrown out of Court, but
then the Jury would hear it, and the sen
sation papers would publish the demorali
zing document. Nene but o hearth ss li
bertine and murderer would thus publicly
trample a sinning but repentant wile into
the very dregs of degradation,—Har. Tel.
Four Children Bitten by a Dog.—We
learn that four children of a Mr. Jones, re
siding in the southern section of our bor
ough, were last evening bitten by a dog
belonging to the family. The line& of one
or two were considerably lacerated, and
are this morning very much inflamed from
the effects of the bite. The dog was at
once secured, and if he is in a rabid condi
tion, AB some suppose, unmistakable symp
toms will soon be developed. It is said
that another child in the neight orhood was
bitten by the same dog.—liar. Tel.
sterA catalogue of .he rich min of
Boston has been published, from which it
appears that W illiam Appleton is worth
$754,000 ; the fifty Associates are asses
sed at $1,102,000; the heirs to John D•
Williams Shaw, $1,072,000; Josiah Quin
cy is worth $038,000; John C. Gray,
$067,000 ; and Mrs. Cornelia A. Thayer
filrAn editor who has been visiting
the United States Supreme Court at Wash
ington, says of the nine judges he saw
there, “eight of them looked for all the
world like a row of worn-out nurses, sit
ting ia an Intelligence Office, welling to
aerDernocratic State Conventions have
recently been held in Pennsylvania, Ten_
nessee, Connecticut, Michigan, New ham
shire ana Kentucky. In every one of
them resolution= were passed favorable to
the acquisition of Cuba.
NEW STATE. --A bill has been introdu
ced Into the California Senate proposing t o
set off a portiJu of the State lying south
of the 36th degree of latitude its a separate
g e d imtti irg f .92 is
~„11 1 72 n .r!!`.
set off with the territory of Arizona, and
create therefrom a new slit•te state, with an
eye to a Southern confederacy. Nothing,
however. is expected to be accomplished
eig'The Ohio State canals are to be
leased at dublic auction on the steps of the
State House, on the 15th of August next,
to the highest and best bidder, for a term
of five years,
ear A lad of 14 years, named Joseph
G. AlWanny, in the employ of Messrs.
Buttertvorth & I3ond, Pre iident and Trea.
surer of the Allentown Railroad,Now York
city, has been arrested fur stealing $ll2,
000 in stocks, bunds, checks. &c., from his
There is no medTLZ that will relieve
the principal ills that flesh is heir to in 'so
short a time ns Du Vall's Galvanic Oil,—
From five to thirty minutes is all the time
A MODEL GOVERNOR.—The GoVerner
of Louisiana mcently sent to Missouri to
reclaim a fugitive from justice, who had
murdered a female slave in New Orleans,
and fled to St. Louis, where he had been
taken into custody to await a requisition.
When the messenger waited upon Gov.
STEWART of Missouri, the requisition was
refused, and the messenger told to say to
the Governor of Lousiuna that he was a
d—d fuel, "that if he (STEWART) had not
more brains than Wicuurri, he would
resign !" The murderer, of course, was
The Specie an Route from Saltier.
PHILADELPHIA, Friday, April 22, 1859.
A private despatch from New• Orleans
gays that the steamer for Panama from
San Francisco on the sth inst. had on board
$2,000,000 in specie.
Mr — Several of the principal railroads
in the East, are rnnning cars built wholly
out of iron.
ear John Campbell, convicted in Phil
adelphia of robbing nn unknown man of
nine cents, has been sent to the peniten
tiary for three years.
Sir The railroads North and South
have agreed to the now mail arrange-
ments; all work smoothly, and the Depart.
ment is satisfied.
They have rose grafted on a
peach tree in Pendleton, S. C., and the
tree being in full bloom presents a beau• .
eigfr'Ten dollar counterfeit notes on the
branch of the Southwestern Bank of Vir
ginia, et Wytheville, are in circulation.
The prospects for a good wheat
crop in this State are unuourogiug.
The Appropriation [or Surveys.
WesntsoroN, April 20.—Gen. Burnett.
the Surveyor General of Kansas and Ne
braska, has been inrormed by the Comes.
of the Lrnd Office, that in consequence of
the smallness of the appropriations, it will
be necessary that the rest of the Surveys
in his district shall not exceed $26,000, of
which $lO,OOO is apporteined to surveys
in Nebraska, and $16,000 for surveys in
Kansas. The Kansas Survey fund has
been appropriated for the Survey of the
New York Indian lands. As soon as the
surveys are completed, half a section will
be allotted to each of the Indians who may
have removed there under the provisions
of the treaties of 1838 and 1842, after
which the balance will be thrown into the
public domain and opened to preemption.
Is is one of the most valuable sections of
THREE DAYS LATER FROM CALI
[By Overland Mail.]
Passage of a Dill to Divide Califor
nia.—Pacific Railroad Convention.
ST. Louts, April 20.—The Overland Mail,
with San Francine dates to the 28th ult., has
The State Legislature had gone on a visit to
The bill to divide the State of California has
passed the House.
The House has also passed at bill calling a
Convention of delegates from California, Ore
gon, Washington and Arizona, to consider a
plan for the construction of a Paella railroad.
Business was dull at San Francisco and the
Arrived, ships Polynesia and Christopher
Hall from Bpston; ships Ocean Pearl from
Baltimore, Alice Munroe and Ocean Belle
from New York.
Aqueous Eruption in California.
The Sacramento Strthdard gives the folow
ing partieulass of a remarkable phenomenon
nature, which occurrer: on Saturday morning
February 2Gth, at 8 o'clock, on Wet Hill, a
mining point situated four miles East of Grass
Valley, and of which the editor of that paper
was a witness:
Michael Cullen and Joseph McChesney wore
engaged working on an open cot, with a view
to drain the kill, which contained numerous
springs of water. At the upper end of the cut
they obtained n perpendicular depth of about
thirtyfivo feet, whets the indications were of a
kind to excite suspicions of danger. They
therefore removed their tools as expeditiously
ns possible, and had barely made their escape
when nu eruption of water and sand took place
washinr violently through the cat, increasing
its width by the abrasion, and extending a•
round in every direction, till an errs of five or
six neres was opened into an immeso crater,
belching forth water and sand.
'frees were undermined, stud, falling into the
boiling vortext, snapped off ns though they
hod bees dried sticks. Continuing its head
long course, a terific volume of water descend.
yins.yreek . ,...tssring away the
ting stumps, logs, trees, and everythiVils its
path into the valley below. A field belonging
to Mr. Kelly, and under cultivation, was cov
ered in spots to the depth of fifteen and twenty
feet. The ranch of Mr, 3feCartey, lower down
on the creek, was materially inlayed; and the
easels of Mr. Taylor, still lower down sustain.
oil damage to the extent of several thousand
dollars. Miners were driven from their claims
—sense with the loss of tools, improvements,
sluieohoxes, ke., and others to behold the la
bor of years destroyed beyond the hope of
profit or reclamation. The spectacle, notwith
standing its serious results, is described as
leaving been suLlime."
Fors Boorttt•as CONVICTEII.—Last week,
in the Crawford (Indiana) Circuit Court, nt
Leavenworth, Jockey Prather, Rensselaer Pra
thee, Pleasent Prather, and Win. Prather, four
brothers, were convicted and sentenced to the
Penitentiary for two yenre each for horse steal.
ing. One other brother, Thomas, who was al
so indicted, died some time ago at the jail in
Leavenworth. Jonathan, another brother,
was also indicted, but has not been arrested.
The father and still another son are under in.
dictment in the Perry Circuit Court for the
same offence—the father being now in jail at
Rome awaiting his trial. This family, con
sisting of father and seven sons, have but few
equals. They have resided for a long time in
the upper part of Perry connty, in a secluded
spot, and have been suspected of dishonest
practices; but from their number and the ma
liciousness of their character, the citizens of
that portion of the country were deterred from
instituting legal inquiries.
On the 21st inst., MARY, wife of James
Bryan, aged 58 years.
How blest is she who dies in Christ—
When sinks a weary soul to rest,
How mildly beams tho closing eyes,
How gently in Jesue' breast she sleeps:
Weep not, 'tis a christian's death
Upon whose death bleat saints rejoice;
Ransomed new the spirit Ilieth,
In heaven's own light she dwelleth.
On the 24th inst., of Scarlet fever, Sallie
daughter of Thomas P. and Jane Love
of this place, aged 3 years ti months and 12
Oh, how keenly we felt the chastening rod,
When our little lamb was called,
Though we know it had gone to our Father,
And wits joined to the "upper fold!"
How we watched by her aide through the
How we sank 'oeatb the stern decree,
lire the angel had touched the prison bars,
To set the captive free.
We know that she lives amid realms of day,
Where all tears aro forever dried,
But a light has fled from our darkened way,
Since our "little Sallie" died.
Thy cherub form we no more shall see,
Thy prattle we hear no more,
But one stricken heart will mourn for thee,
Till life's wearisome journey is o'er.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS•
Proposals will be received at the Commis.
stoners Office, up to two o'clock on the ath day
of May, for building a bridge across Stone
Creek, at the head of Shoemaker's darn. Plan
and specification can be seen at the office.
At the same time and place proposals will
be received for building vaults in the Prothon
otary's and Register's offices. Plan and.spec
ifications seen at Comes.; office.
By eider of the CoMmissioners.
11. W. MILLER, Clerk
Ayr. 27 's'.+
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Shade Gap, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania.
W. 11. WOODS, A. M. Proprietor and Principal ,
Mum. F. T. WOODS, • DAVID M. BUTTS,
Principal of Female Department. Teacher of the English Branches.
J. ALFRED SHADE, M. D., WM. M. WILLIAMSON,
Professor of Anatomy and Physiology. Teacher of Mathematics.
ALBRRT OWEN, . Miss LIZZIE F. LYON,
Lecturer on Art *leaching and Phys. OW Teacher in Preparatory Department,
Miss ANNA G. PATTON, • EPHRAIM BAKER,
Teacher of Music, Drawing Grecian and ital. Monitor.
ian Painting and Fancy Needle Work.
THE next session of this Institution will open
riar advantages to those seeking an education
posed of those also are thoroughly qualified fo
who wish to place their children in a secure at
meets A NORMAL SCHOOL will be forme
worthy County Superintendent, will give lectures
phy. In the COMMERCIAL DEPARTMEN'
the Counting Room. TERMS, for session of
so s in Music, French, Drawing, Painting and
For further particulars address
N. 13.—8 y those desiring places, early appli,
AP 1,6 ; 59, •
BOOTS AND SHOES.
The subscriber respectfully ennounces
to the citizens of Huntingdon and vicinity, that
be has opened a shop on St. Clair street, in
the east end of the town, where ho is prepared
to manufacture nit articles in his
line, on the shortest notice, and
on reasonable terms. After a long
expelience in the Bout and Shoe business, 1
flatter myself that I can please those who give
mo their orders. Work dune when promised!
in al! cases.
Huntingdon apr 27 '69. C. WEAVER.
(Palate of Allexander Stilt, dec.)
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Ad.
ministration on the estate of Alexaddcr Stitt,
late of th 3 township of West, in the county of
Huntingdon, deceased, have been duly granted
to the subscribers, to whom all persons hided:
to said estate will make payment, and those
having claims or demands against the same
will present them for settlenent.
JOHN RUNG, Admrs.
• WM. STEWART,
Apr. 27 '69—Gt*
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ge . Ministers' Son received at half price.
For Circular and Specimens of Writing, in.
close two letter stamps, and address
F. W. .lENKINS, Pittsburgh.
.1k; _ Company.
Incorporated by the State of Pennsylvania.
1. Money is received every day, and in any
amount, large or small.
2. FIVE n PER CENT interest is paid for
money from the day it is put in.
3. The money is always paid back in GOLD
whenever it is called for, and without notice.
4. Money is received from Executors, Adult.
nistrato ^B, Guardians and others who desire to
have it in a place of perfect safety, and whoie
interest can be obtained for it.
5. The money received from depositors is in
vested in REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGES,
GROUND RENTS, and such other first-class
securities as the Charter directs.
G. Office Hours—Every day from 9 till 5
o'clock, and on Mondays and Thursdays till 8
o'clock in the evening.
HON. HENRY L•. BENNER, President,
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vice President,
WM. J. REED, Secretary.
Hon. Henry L. Benner, P. Carroll Brewster,
Edward L. Carter, Joseph B. Berry,
Robert L. Selfridge, Francis Leo
Saml. K. Ashton, Joseph Yerlies
C. Landreth Mum, Henry Diellenderffer,
SOUTIL•WEEIT CORNER OF THIRD,
Lli. BIEPD' D kilo MoD
PHYSICIAN AND SURGED
RESPECTFULLY OFFERS HIS PROFE6-
Ilionl services to the citizens of IfurriNouom
Residencevon Rill street, in the houso for.
luerly occupied by Dr. It. A. Miller.
April lit I tiSt,.
he first Wednesday of May. It holds out supe
i.• The Board of Instruction is large, and coin,
n. their profession. To Parents and Guardians
ud healthy retreat, it holds out peculiar induce•
ed the present session, to which Mr. Owen, our
,s on the Art of Teaching and Physical Geegra•
IT, young men will be thoroughly gnaliEed for
ive months, 05.00. Light and fuelodso. Les-
Fancy Needle Work, extra.
W. IL WOODS.
i c ation should be made.
H untingdon St Broad Top Railroad.
On and after Wednesday, April 13th, Pas•
ranger Trains will arrive and depart as follows: •
Morning Train leaves Huntingdon nt 9.25
A. M.. connecting will; through Bxpress west
and Mail Train east on Pennsylvania Rai
running through to Hopewell, where PAssen
gars lake Stages for BloodY 1 uu, Hedlord,.
Schellsburg, Fulton county - . &c.
Evening Train leaves Huntingdon at &OW
P. lA., connecting with Mail train west cn Penn
sylvan is, Railroad, running to Coahnout and in.
termed i ate Stations.
Morning, Train leaves Hopewell at 12.20 P:
M., and arriving at Huntingdon at 2.32 P, M.
Evening train leaven Coaltnont 7.00 P. M..
Saxton 7.81 P. M., and arrives at Huntingdon.
9.12 I'. M., connecting with Fast Train cast•
ward on Penna. Railroad.
These trains will be run strictly according In
time table, and the travelling public can ray.
upon being accommodated to the fullest ex•
tent. JNO. J. LAWRENCE,
Tbe public are hereby cautioned njt to puo;
chase, or in any manner meddle with, a certain
forte or tract of land, formerly belonging to
John Lee, on which the said John Lee now
resides, situated in Prim township, Huntingdon
county-, adjoining lands of James Moore, Lud
wig Hoover, Isaac Kute, and others, contnin
leg ISO acres also 19 acres of woodland, con:
tiguous. as I net the legal owner of the same
which , by a reference to the records of amid
county will, more plainly appear.
Curl:trifle. Clarion Co. J.l'. LEE.
April 20, '59.•:it..
. That the land tnention d in the advertise.
most immediately above, headed "Caution."
is owned by the underigned, and any P.ersuu
buying or muddling with the same will have
to wade through the law. 1011 N LEH.
MeConnelstown, npr. 27 '52-3t.
EXTRAORDIANRY SALE OF
With a PREMIUM to each Purchaser
worth from Two Dollars to Two
rrElls IS NO LOTTERY, but a fair au! leg
itimate sale., in which each iturchnser gets
the value of his or her money in a' Gold Pen•
cil with Gold Pen attached, or a Gold Locket,
worth $3 :and in addition to the purchase; each
person receive as Premium of Jewelry, net less
to value than $2, and it may be wort h $3, 5,
8, 10, 13, 30, 50, or even $2OO !
Our Premiums arc distributed in a fair and
honorable manner, and as soon as the name of
the purchaser is received with the $5, his Pen
cil and Pen and Premiss, or Gold Imaket and
Premium, are put up in a small box, in a safe
manner, and sent to the owner by Mail, Fat:it
or POSTAGE. Our phn, from long experience
in the above business, has given general satis
faction as each purchaser can Sell or Trade
the above article for all they cost hint, and re
tain the Premium Gratis.
iairWe want a good Agent in every p art
of the country to solicit pure hasers ; and A
cents, to be success ful; should lirst have a
Pencil and Pen and Premium, or Locket and
etnium, or both to exhibit ; and the First
Person becoming a Purchaser at r ny plow
will receive the Agency for that neighborhood.
NO DIONEY RISKED !
We propose to let a person know what PIC.
mium he will receive before sending his money.
Any Lady or Gentleman desiring one of the
above articles, can, first send us their name and
address, stating whether they want the Pencil
and Pen, or Locket, and we will mak° their
selection, and h form them by return mail what
Premium they are entitled to. They can have
the privilege of sending for it if they choose.—
We cannot, however, give this privilege but
once to any person ; and we make this offer to
establish the quality of our goods in a neigh
borhood. After a person becomes a purchaser
and accepts the Agency, wo require all persons
in that locality to send their sfi in advance
And if any person is dissatisfied with their
purchase, and an unbiassed person competent
to judge says the articles are not worth more
than the money paid for thorn, and in some ca•
ses TEN, or even FOIIfY times the amount,
let such person rettfin the goods, and we will
freely refund the money.
Among our Premiums aro articles suitable
for Ladies and Gentlemen, such as
Gentlemen's Gold and Slicer
Watches, Gold Vest and 41;ard
Chains, Gold Sleeve Buttons, Gold
Watch Keys and Seals,
Gold Shirt Studs—plain and with setting.;
Gold Seltrf Pins—new style; Gold Breast Pins
California Diamond Pins, Gold Rings, &c.,
We have Gold WatchesMorentine, Mosaic,
Gold Stone, Cameo, Garnet and Coral Breast
Pins and Ear Rings, Gold Bracelets, Gold
Sleeve Buttons, Gold Bolt Slides, Gold Rings,
&c., &c. Also, Pianos, Melodeons, Musical
Boxes, A ccordcons, &c.
Unexceptionable References given when re.
N•l3.—ln sending your names, write the
State, County and Town plainly, so as to avoid
letters being roiscarred. Address
ANGLE & CO.,
10Z Canal St., (Old No.)