Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, September 14, 1859, Image 3
Li: -,,-,-- Nuntingbon ournal. Wednenday Morning, September 14,1888, LOCAL INTELLIGPNCE. TUE bixestaloat. tient —The light in the heavens on Sunday night is noted in all diree• thins. As we looked toward the sky, between the hours of 9 and 10 and 11, the light exceed. ed in splendor and variety of coloring any thing of the kind our eyes ever witnessed. The old poets represented Aurora as rising in a chariot from the eeban dropping the gentle dew from her rosy fingers.; but that was the morning twilight. The Visible streams of Auroral light keen en Stindag were not the common Aurora borealis; they were more iu the range of east and west than in the north. The light appeared in streuna, sometimes of a pure milky white. ness and sometimes of a light crimson. They ascended towards the zenith from faint lines and inereeeed to broad streaks of light, culmi• noting in a beautiful crown or panoply from which a multitude of brilliant and over•chang. ing rays shot down towards the horizon. The white and rose-red waves of light as they swept to and from the corona were beautiful be• yond description, and a friend nearby on, while looking to the zenith with the whole heavens and earth lighted up at a greater brilliancy than is afforded by the full moon, said that it was like resting beneath. the wings of the Al mighty. The crown above, indeed, seemed like a throne of silver, purple and crimson, hung and spread out with curtains or wings of dazzling bounty. Never did the heavens seem to be more the work of the Creator, nor the sub. limest work of art sink in comparison so fur beneath the wonderous skill and power of the great Architect of the heavens. The tremu lous motion of moving light, which the inhahi• tants of the Shetland Islands call "the merry dancers," was less apparent than usual, but in place of it came those full, bright, changing, but more steady streams of light, which gave an intense brilliancy to the whole heavens-- seeing till this in the country, with no bricks, mortar, or high walls to obstruct one's observe. lion, the view was muck more impressive than elsewhere. ADVIMISING.—Ono would think, that the benefits of this system were self-evident, and that in this stage of the world's progress, any recommendation to adopt it would be trners. vary; and yet, judging, from the practice of some of our merchants and tradesmen, the ad• vantages accruing therefrom would seem to be problematical. Thos who have tried it on a liberal scale, are well aware of the great in crease in business whirls results, and could not be persuaded to forego its assistance.,- lilvery man who opens a store, or shop, or file• tory. uses some sort or means to let the com• munity know what he has for sale, and to ex tend his sales as much as possible. Some bare a Baring sign, some huge windows, ethers a splendid looking store, but all try, in one way or another; to lot folks understand that theirs is the place to do trading at. In these days, it has been found that the cheapest and best method to effect the desired object is to advertise its the newspaper. Not merely to give notice that Mr. So-and•so keeps a store in some street or another, or that Blank & Co. are manufacturing goods ; but to state, deft. nitely and particularly, the kind of business, to designate the variety of articles of which the stock consists, and to mention the price and quality, or in general terms, the fact, that this is the place for bargains. The more lib erally a mats advertises, the more customers he is sure to ham. Here and there you may find some old fellow, who has been for years a fix. tare, and whom everybody once knew, who manages to get along with little or no adver. lining, but depend upon it, this state of things can'tlast long, and in a very few years the shop or store of such an antiquarian will be deserted for that of him who knows how to make use of the most approved and popular method of keeping himself and businesi before the peo• pie. "Enrrottente' vs. PILYRICS."—That, article under the caption of Editorshirvii. Law, which appeared in our issue two weeks ago, seems to bare called down upon us the ire of the Union. The result was as we anticipated—the shoe fits its Editor rather tightly. Since you have so generously and magnanimously (?) requested us to enlighten your understanding by a learned disquisition on "Editorship vs. Physics," wo will for your sake, prescribe our potent "pills" to which you have so kindly referred. And in so doing we trust that they will have the effect of purging you of all uncleanliness—egotism, de. ceitfulness, malice—in a word, all manner ot gross defects, which have so prominently char. acterised your course, since assuming the re• sponsil,Phies of the Editorial profession. Take the above mentioned once a week, (Wednesday mornings preferred) and in a very short time they will have effected such an entire renovation in the whole tenor of your character, as to give you at once is safe pass port into that class of editors known as—gem• Vermin. Should our"pills" utterly fail int ring. ing about that most desirable and anxiously looked for change, don't become discouraged at their seeming want of power; for of a truth rest assured, that the people of Huntingdon County, will, on the second Tuesday of Octo ber, demonstrate clearly and satisfactorily to your mind, that "Honesty is the best policy," at all times and under all circumstances. That, he who speaks or writes that which he knows to be incorrect, will receive, at the hands of au impartial public, the reward which he so justly merits. For the future, we, as your esteemed(?) friend, would advise you, to cease from med• dling with the character of private individuals --" Waite nothing unless you first know it to be Title—deal justly with all men; and in the end you will win more green laurels, than you at first presumed awaited you, by the editing of a Buchanan-Administration organ, So mote it be. goy- Religious Camp Meetings and Military Encampments appear to be the order of the day. The one ehould prepare men (and women too) for heayen, and the other for war. ItarLast week our friend Dr. J. S. Griftlith, performed a dangerous and successful opera. lion, of cutting out a cancer, which teas one of the largest wo have ever heard of, from a pa tient in this county. Wishing to preserve it, the Dr. purchased•some of the strychnine whis ky which is commonly imbibed by tipplers, and bruisers and the following is the manner in which it performed its work. If any man can prosist in burning up his internal inachi :wry by drinking tanglefoot, after this positive proof of the certainty of its destroying his con. stitution, be must be indeed firmly bound by the chains of King Alcohol : DEAR Stn:—The following item may not be of much interest to you but may beef unknown value to those who imbibe "tanglefoot," or drugged whiskey. The facts are these: On last Tuesday I removed from the face of a lady a well developed cancer: boing anxious to pre. serve it na a pathological speciinen, I procured sonic whillty, and put the removed mass into it. I had occasion to look at it in the course of twenty-four hours after, when to my surprise and no little mortification I found it almost destroyed—that is eaten up by the impure li quor. J. S. GRIFFITU Comment on this, is unnecessary. There is the positive evidence from one of the most skilled and learned physicians in the State, of the dangerous qualities of this poison. Let those who will, take warning. tat-The fifth annual exhibition of the Hun. tingdon county Agricultural Society will be held at Huntingdon, on' the 4th, sth and Gth Jaya of October. A liberal List of Premiums is offered and the prospects are that the Fair will be unusually good. Thn payment of one Dollar constitutes any person a member of the Society, ant] entitles them and those of their family under 21 years of age to admission to the Fair. Aar Prof. They has been teaching a very large class of our young folks the art and rays. tery of singing. The Prof. is perfect In his business, as the rapid progress of his class fully attests. Ile intends giving a concert, we be. li eve , of whichwe hops to see every one of our citizens in attendance. Bar Some of cOir exchanges think there is a good time coining fur lovers of buckwheat cakes. Prospect .for a tine buckwheat crop good. We hope so. We're in for one. OUR BOOK TABLE• will try," is the title of a Magazine for boys and girls going to school, and pub• fished at Mechanicsburg, Cumberland Co., Pa. at 30 cents a. year, by J. S. Hostetter. The mission of this little Monthly is to serve as a link between home and o. hcol education. We have no doubt but it Will fulfill the design of the author. Too FAIIMER AND GARDENDR.—The first No. of n new monthly publication under this title, has just made its appearance. It is pub lished by Mr. A. 111 - . Spengler, No. 633, Market street, Philadelphia. It is got up is quarto form, each No. comprising 16 pages, well filled with excellent agricultural matter, and hand somely illustrated. The terms are only $1 a - _ READING t• - tot THE MII,LION.-T. B. Peter son & Brothers have this day issued the sec ond volume of their new and cheap edition of Charles Dickens' Works for the Million, to be completed in 28 volumes, ono to be ias•ted on each and every Saturday, for twenty-five cents per volume. The cheap literature of former years did not tend much to elevate their rea ders, but the reading that Peterson now gives, at prices which scarcely cover the costs of printing, is of the very best character, and must exercise a wholesome influence over the public taste, by making all readers acquainted with the works of the best fiction writer in the English language. A reader in the coon try for one dollar can have the first four of these volumes transmitted to him, or the whole twenty eight volumes will be sent for five dol lars. The second volume, issued to-day, con• tains the conclusion of Oliver Twist and the commencement of Pickwick Papers. NEW PUBLICATIONB.--..The enterprising pub. fisher, Geo. G. Evans, No. 439 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, lots just added to his extensive list, dm following new books : The Life of Col. David Crockett, written by himself; compd. sing his early life, Hunting Adventures, Daring deeds in Border and Indian Warfare, Services under Gen. Jackson in the Creek war, Elec• tioneering Speeches, Career in Congress, Tri umphal Tour in the Northern States, and Strug• glee in the Texan war of Independence, togeth er with an account of his glorious death at the Alamo, In one 12mo. volume. Handsomely bound. Price $l. We copy the following from the Philadelphia Norih American : Col. Crockett was a character. His autobi• ography has been long nut of print ; his reps tution for eccentricity has been presumed upon in the publication of all sorts of outrageous and obscene nonsense, in coarse almanacs, and other vehicles for low humor. This volume is a re.publieatior of the genuine work, with necessary additions ; and will be new to the present generation of readers. It is as marked and characteristic as the subject was; his pot• trait faithfully drawn, and none the less so that it is without effort, and perfectly naive and sin• core. We well remember the amiable original in his northern tour, and recall many of the in cidents to which his book alludes, We never have looked upon his like since; nod rejoice in this republication as an act of justice; to retrieve an hottest man from vulgar misrepre sentation. A copy of the Book, and a handsome pres• ent will be sent by moil, postpaid, upon re ceipt of $1 for the book, and 21 cents !be pos• tags. A new and classified catalogue of books and gifts, with inducements to agents, will be scot ftee, on application. Address G. G. EVANS, Publisher, 939 Chestnut St., Philad'a., Pa. THREE PER CENT A /dorm or the perils of fast living; a warning to young men, by Chas. Burdett. One volume, 12m0., cloth. Price $l. This book deserves to be singled out and no• ted as above the many novels which are pub. lished. Both in structure and style it is enti• tied to the name of art. It is a Tale of Do mestic Life, rehearsing the interwoven histories of a round of every day characters, and its aim is to show the Polies of the too many, so called, passions and pleasures of fashionable life, touching in no part upon ground that prop erly belongs to the vast domain of romance. rhe Bachelor Millionaire Uncle George, is a character reminding us of the Brothers Cheeryble, end although he teaches the "sweet uses of Adversity," with severe discipline, it brings out the true beauty of character, and shows how few there are who can go thro' the trials of everyday life, and in the end prove their constancy. Copies of either of the above books with a handsome Gift worth from 50 cents to $lOO, will be sent to any person in the United States upon receipt of $l, and 21 cents for postage, by addressing G. G. EVANS, No. 429 Cheatout St., Philad'a. nll ADWI4:3IC & BRO , (Succeeeore to Neman rEarnick.) NORTH-EAST CORNER OF SECOND k RACE STREETS, P sIIII,,,APPI&PRLIk. Manufacturers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Heaters, Ventilators, Ranges and Stoves. A LSO, McGregor's Celebrated Ileaters and Stoves. With a great variety of the latest patterns of Cook and Parlor Stoves i also, Queen's Pat• ent Portable Forges. Aug. 91st, '59. RUNAWAY FROM THE SUBSCRIBER, living in Porter tp., Huntingdon co., Pa., on Monday, August 15, 1859, a colored boy, an apprentice to.the farming business, about 15 years old, and by name of Thomas Fitrhue. A reward of 50 cents will be paid for his re turn, but no expenses paid. All persons are notified not to harbor or trust said runaway, on my account. JOHN COLDER, Sen. " ' - Aug. 18, 1859. THE CELEBRATED COPPER TOE! Mitchell's Patent Metallic Tip, designed es• peeinlltt for Boys', Youths' and Children's BOOTS AND svoEs. Art imenovEnEsx has been applied to Boots and Shoes, by which a saving of expense to the customer, of t wolhirds is realized, by actual ex)), riment. 'ho Tip consists of a piece of copper or oth• er indestructible material, neatly fastened to the toe of the boot or shoe, forming a complete protection. This invention is now promoted to the public, with the fullest knowledge of its practical utility, having been tested over two years, and is destined entirely to supersede the old style, fur CIII Lll REN'S,I3O Ye' AND YOUTHS' BOOTS AND SIIONS The importance of this invention will ho readily appreciated, as it is well known that children invariably wear out their bouts and shoes FIRST AT THE TOE, and, with this protection, they will upon an av erage wear at least two to three times as long as the uld style, while the expense is but a trifle more. This invention is also especially applicable to Miners' Boots, and all occupations subjecting the toe or tho boot or shoe to be out or worn. Merchants, and the public generally, will see the importance of obtaining these goods imme diately, as they are destined for general use, to supersede all other kinds. The Goods may be obtained of nearly all the wholesale dealers lu tt e principal cities, or of the Subscribers, CHASE, McitINNEY & CO., (OWNEas or one PATENT.) M05t,,,,. August lilst, 1859.—Gni. NOTICE TO coLLEcTons.--Collectors of 185 S and previous years who have not been already issued against, you are hereby refines ted to have your duplicates paid off, on or be fore the first day of November next, or the bal ance of your accounts will be put into the hands of the Sheriff for collection. The collectors of 1859 aro requested to have the one half of their duplicates paid against the November court, and to have them fully settled up on or before the first day of April. 18d0. If not paid by that time. the balance of their- accounts will be immediately placed in the hands of the Sheriff fur collection. By order of CCIIIMISSiOIIers, HY W MILLER, Clerk. August 17, 1850.—t0. A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 'Estate of Joseph Hunter, dec'd.l Notice is hereby given that letters of Adminis tration on the estate of Joseph Hunter, late of the township of Jackson, in the county of Hun tingdon, dee'd., have been duly granted to the subseriber, to whom all persons indebted to said estate will make payment, and those har ing claims or demands against the same will present them for settlement. 3 0 HN CUMMINS, Adoa'r. August 17, 1850.—Gt. A DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. [Estate of John Morrison deed.l Notice is hereby given that letters of Admin istration on the estate of John Morrison,:deed., late of the township of Shirley, in the county of Huntingdon, have been duly granted to the subscribers, to whom all persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate will make payment, and those having claim or clematis against the same will present them duly an. then tiested for set tlem ent. ELIJAH MORRIS3N, I Adin .„ JOHN S. MORRISON, Aug. ill 1839,64* WASHING CLOTHES BY PRESSURE. After fifty years experimenting, narro w aitiele has at lust been invented for women in their hard labors on the washing day. IS EVEN SO," Come and ho convinced that we arc ahead of every machine in use. flair the time, half the hard labor, and half the weer and tear is saved. Little boys and g'tls can do the work fcr their mothers. The undersigned have purchased the exclusive right of Huntingdon and Mifflin coun ties, to notice and sell J. T. Worm's Emancipator IVashing Machine. We desire the public to call and examine this truly labor-saving mchine. It can be seen at our shop on Washington street. BALL & PEIOBTAL, We, the undersigned, having thoroughly tested the nhove mach no, take pleasure in recommen ding tlie same to the public, assured that they will find it all that is above claimed. PETER SWOOPE, Mrs. JULIA B. MILES, JON. H. I)onssr, " L.R. Onnutotr, J. S. Moms, Awarm E. SCOTT, CHRISTIAN Lotto, " E. WILLIAMSON, CIIAS. H. MILLER, " P.. B. SAXTON, J. M. CUNNINCIIAM, "M. C. Givix, Jour; S. MILLER, " M. B. S.MPSON, D. H. FOSTER, " M. C. MARKS, Mrs. J. Cu:own:num, " Lizziu L. Counts, "Jutottu C. MURRAY, " ANN E. CAMPBELL. Huntingdon, July 276, 1859.-tf. RIANKS. A general assortment of Blanks of all de• seriptions just printed and for sale at the ...Journal Office." Appointm't of Referees, Common Bond, Notice to Referees, Judgment Notes Summons, Venduo Notes, Executions, Constabls's Sales, Scire Facies, Subpmnas, Complaints, Deeds, Warrants, Mortgages, Commitments, Bond to idetnnify Constable, Sc Autiphlogistic Salt. This celebrated medicine is for sale at the Bowles Drug Store. For all inflammatory di senses it is a certain cure. Get a box ane try it, who are afflicted. For oak at Smith's Drug Store, Hunting• don, Pa. Dr. John McCulloch, Offors his professional services to the citizens( litintingdun and vicinity. Office, on Mill at. between Montgomery and Bath. Huntingdon, Aug. 29, 1855. 0001 C STOVE FOR SALE. A SPLENDID NEW CODE STOVE lor sale at this office; it is cal culated to burn wood or coal. It will be offered low. rXECITTORIP SALE.—ReaI Estate of John McCahan, deed. _ _ . The underbigned i Executors of John Mcea han, deed., by virtue of the power and author ity vested in them by the Will of said dee'd., will offer at public sale at the Court House, in the borough of Huntingdon, On Wednesday, the 14th day ql &Timber next, at ten o'clock A. M., the following described Real . F.state't 1. A FARM in Wttodeock Valley, Walker township, Huntingdon county, now in tenure of Simon Coulter, about ono mile north of McCon• nellstown, composed of several surveys, con taining ahead 260 acres of good limestone land —about 150 acres of which are cleared, well fenced and under good cultivntion, with a log house and log barn thereon erected. There is a fine opring on this property, and running wa ter through the meadow land. 2. A FARM now in tenure of Jonathan Har dy kmiwo ns the " Buoy Farm," in Ilendereon township, Huntingdon county, about two and a holt' miles north of Huntingdon, on the road leading to the Warm Spring,. This farm is composed of 'several surreys, containing alto gether, about 700 ACRES and the greater min of it is covered with valnakle white oak, black oak, hickory and pine timber. About 100 acres are in good cultivation. The improvements are to good log dwelling house and log burn. Armorer failing spring of good water convenient to the buildings. This property will be sold as a whole. or M separate tenets, as purchasers may desire: a. A tract of land situate in Brady township, Huntingdon county, at the bead of Rislincoilnil las Valley, containing 92 acres and 96 perches formerly the property of James Ross, deed. This tract is finely timbered with oak, pine, &c. A taw acres of meadow land cleared, and a dwelling house thereon armed. 4. A tenet of land adjoining the above, con taining 188 acres, known as the Wiley tract. This in also heavily timbered. 5. A tract of lend on Mill Creek, near Lane's mill surveyed on a warrant to Thomas Austin, containing 404 acres and 81 perches. 6. A tenet of land Ding on the waters of Mill Creek, Brady township, adjoining lands of James Lane, Dickson Hall and others, surveyed on a warrant to Samuel Ayres. containing 425 acres and 85 perches. 7. A tract of timber land situate in Walker township, Huntingdon county, surveyed on a warrant to George Cutwalt. containing, about 100 acres, adjoining hinds of Benjamin Gralius, William S. Lincoln and others. 8. A tract of Mod on the PClllllu. Railroad, in Franklin township, Huntingdon county, known as the Freedom Farm, containing about 100 acres, adjoining land o f Joseph Dysart and oth ers. 9. The ladance of the surrey in the name of Frederick Ashbaugh, supposed to he about 45 acres, lying back of the Huntingdon grace yard adjoining lands of Daniel Africa, John Glazier, David Blair and others, TERMS 01' SALE:—Ono third of the pur chase money to be pnid on delivery of the deed and the balance in tints equal annual payments, with interest from delivery of possession, to be sesured by the bonds and mortgage of the pur chaser. JOEN CRESSWF.LE, J. KINNEY McCAI-lAN. Executors or John McCallan, dec'd, WILLIAM 11. KINO, Auctioneer. Euntingdon, July 27, 1859. A 110111ESTEAD FOR $10; A HOME stead for $100; Also, Homesteads for $lOOO and over, situated on and near Rappa• hannock river, aboveand below Fredericksburg, in Virginia. A new town, called Rappaban nark, has recently been laid out, in Culpepper county, in the midst of the Gold Region of Vir ginia, surrounded by mines and Mining Com panics ; and farms and town lots in alternate divisions or shares, can nose be had for a mere song, simply to induce settlement in this desi rabic region. $15i,000 worth of land is to be I divided amongst purchasers or given away as • an inducement to come on and make improve ments, and the land is of the most improvable qualities. Many have already settled and scores of others are coming. Good farming land, in tracts of any size to suit purchase., ran also lie bad nt from $lO to $2O per acre, payable in easy quarter yearly installments. Unquestion abletitles will in all cases be given. Ser Agents are wanted every where to sell these lands ; liberal inducements will be given. For particulars, address E. iIAUDER. LAM, AGENT. • July 13, 's9.—Gm, Port Royal, Va. W AR! WAR IN EUROPE REVT,LUTION /X PR/CIES! The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has just removed his store to the old slant near the corner of Hill and Smith streets, where he has always on hand and constantly receiving all the latest styles of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS 1 DRESS GOODs, DE LASES, ILERAGES, CORSETS, PRINTS, SILKS. And in fact he can supply any article in the dry•good line. Also, trimmings suited to all dresses and nt reasonable rates, Fle has also on lined e lute, fresh stock cf GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,SPICES, FLOUR, IiACOI4, And everything in the feed lino. As has stock is almost entirely new, and been bought at prices whirls defy competition, pur chasers will find it to their advantage to buy from me before going elsewhere. All kinds of country produce at the highest market prices, taken in exchange for goods. DAVIb GHOVE. Huntingdon, Juno 15, 1859.—tf. BOOKS! a 0 BOOKS 40,000 Volumes of Books for Sale, $500,00 in Gifts for every 1000 Sold. In order to reduce my extensive stock I will sell one thousand dollare worth of Books at the regular retail prices or less, and give ($500) five hundred dollars worth of ,presents varying in value from 25 cents to $lOO.OO. Or, those who prefer eon purchase at wholesale prices.-- My stock consists of every variety and style of binding. School Books of every kind, whole sale and retail. Sales to commence Dec. 25th. WM. COLON. _ _ No Qo DMI' D D. O PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ; RESPECTFULLY OFFERS HIS PROFES . I Blom! services to the citizens of HUNTINGDON nod vicinity. Residence on Hill street, in the house for. merly occupied by Dr. R. A. Miller. April 13, 1819. HO ! THIS WAY. Does anybody want to get into good busi ness, by which they can make from $75 to $lOO a month without hard labor ? If so send me 5 cents in stumps or money, for return postage, and by return mail, )ou will seceivo circulars of the grandest moneymaking scheme ever appeared to man. Discovered by Georgian and proved to be invaluable by 'II million of Southern people. Address, A. C. DENSON, Mobile Ala. Sept. 22,'58.-Iy. FRUIT JARS, made air tight by simply tur ningr a screw. For sale only at the Hard• wars store of JAMES A. BROWN. MII-aNTNATC)O3CI .A.C.ALEOII3I3SIIX. E 21,2 PLEEM2I2 Shade Gap, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania. V. H. WOODS. A. M. P Mos. F. T. WOODS, Principal of Female Department, J, ALFRED SHADE, M. D., Prqfessor of Anatomy and Physiology. ALBEP.T OWEN, ',darer on Art of leaching and Phys. Geeg. Miss ANNA G. PATTON. Teacher of Mnsic,'Drawing Grecian and Bal. inn Painting and Fancy Needle Work. DOE next session of this Institution will open the first Wednesday of Nov. It holds out supe 1 rbr advantages to those seeking nn education. The Board of Instruction is large, and coin. posed of those who are thoroughly qualified for their profession. To Parents and Ouardians. who wish to ',lace their children in a secure and healthy retreat, it holds out peculiar induce unfits A NORMAL SCHOOL will he formed the present session, to which Mr. Owen, out worthy County Superintendent, give lectures on the Art of Teaching and Physical Genera. phy. In the COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT, young men will he thoroughly qualiEctl for the Counting Roinn. TERMS, for session of five months, $55.00. Light and fuel also. Les. sons in Monte, French, Drawing, Painting and Fancy Needle Work, extra. Fur further particulars address W. 11. WOODS. N. B.—By those desiring places, early application should be made. Apr.0,'59.• THE onsviLLE ZEPIi ATM, :NT Cb1:1. M.11..X-o Si Ciit=i)(:)T_N; [toolv@nvta® t U anD @251'711,13U12[1.1. THE CHEAPEST SCHOOL IN THE LAND. Send for a Catalogue, and Address N, MN, WALSH, A, FL, Camille, Pa. lIKE't PEAK COLD Cannot rival in attraction the superb stuck of Spring and Summer Goods now being; received anti opened by Fisuna MeM Waal. This stock has been selected with groat care and the public aro cordially invited to call and examine it. It comprises all the late styles of Ladies' Dress Goods, such as Poll de Chevra, Itobeica Lez, Organdies, Jaconets, Lawns, Challis, plain and figured Berages, Crape Maretz, Plain and colored Chintzes, French and English Ging. hams, Amaranths, Yulentlas, Alpaceas, Debage Prints, Ac., Ac. A beautiful assortment of Spring SHAWLS, round and square corners, all colors. A full stock of Ladies Fine Collars, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, such as Colors, Cravats, Ties, Stocks, Hosiery, Shirts, Gauze and Silk Undershirts, Drawers, Ac. We have a fine selection of Mantillas, Dress Trimmings, Fringes, Ribbans, Mitts. Gloves, Gauntlets, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Buttons, Floss, Sewing Silk, Extension Skirts, Hoops of all kinds, Ac. A Lso—Tickens, Osnahurg, bleached and un bleached Muslins at all prices, Colored and White Cambrics, Barred anti Swiss Musli Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks, Tarleton and many other articles which comprise the line of White nod Domestic Goon's. We have French Clothe, Fancy Cassinicres, Sattinetts,Jeens, Tweeds, Cottonades, Linens, Decline and Blue Drills. RATS, CAPS AND BONNETS L of every vndety end style. Also all kinds of STRAW GOODS. A good stock of GROt ERIE% HARD & QUEENSWARE, BOOTS & SHOES, Wood and Willow-ware, which will be sold CHEAP We also deal in PLASTER, FISH, SALT, and all kinds of GRAIN, and possess facilities in this branch of trade unequalled by any. We deliver all packages or parcels of Merchandise, FREE OF CHARGE, at the depots of the Broad Top and Pennsylvania Railroads. . Come One, come 'all, and be convinced that the "211writorourAN" is the place to secure fashionable and desirable goods, disposed of at the lowest rates. Apr.14,'59. READ! READII READ!!! ESENWEIN , S AROMATIOMUN I Is a remedy not to be excelled for the relief and cure of those maladies incident to the summer season, v iz : . . Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera or Cholera ?dor bus, Vomiting, Acidity of the Stomach, &c. Its excellent Carminative powers, pleasant taste and soothing influence. renders it a Val uable remedy in infantile diseases, peculiar to the Second Summer, viz :—Cholera Infauttim, etc. It has a reinvigorating, and tonic influ ence on the system, allaying inflamation where it exists in the stomach and bowels—and on trial will be found indispensable to the well being of every family. It will be found as well adapted to adults as children. Try it. Prepared only by A. EABNIVEINE, . . PriCe 25 ets,..a battle. Dispensing Chemist. Ninth <l. Poplar std., Philadelphia. Sold by J. Rend, Huntingdon, and Druggists and Storekeepers generally.. Platy 25, 's9ly. 1869. SPRN A I ,I I I- i 42MER igxop iouu. The undersigned would respectfully call the attention of our friends and customers, as well as the citizens of the town and country general ly, to our new end extensive assortment of READY-MALE CLOTHING. consisting of every article of gentlemcns' fur nishing goods. Wu deem it unnecessary to make a newspaper flourish, being confident that a call and an examination afoot. goods, will sa tisfy all, that oar goods are jest what we re commend them to be, well male, of good mate rial, noel as cheap as tho same quality of goods can be bought in the county of Huntingdon. It is not our desire, ns it is not the policy of honest men, to deceive, tent this mach we will say, that we will guarantee to all who may fa vor us with their patronage, entire satisfaction as to quality, flt and price. Should gentlemen desire any particular kind or cut of clothing, not found in our stock, by leaving their Meas ure, they can be accommodated at short notice. Call at corner of the diamond, Long's now house. Al. GUTAIAN & CO. May 4, 1859. lu - ANSION 110111E4 111. Corner of Hill k Montgomery Streetn, HUNTINGDON, I'A CIIRISTA:N COUTS. PrOprietor,. This stand is well known as the "McConnell House." The location is superior to any other, being in the immediate pro/Stuity to business; also to the Bunk and 'post Public Offices It is the determination of the Proprietor, to keep thii House in a style satisfactory to the public, and it is bis desire, to make all who pe atronize e hint ra ; i f k eel at ng h o t i i n e e , best ndt o o t. Dia t • tnlgi don Hotels. Ho very respectfully solicits the public patronage. Apr. 13th '59 TIAPER PAPER!! r Note, Poet, Commercial, Foolscap and Flatcap—a good assortment for sale by the ream, half ream quire or sheet. at Lewis' New Book and Stationery More. Dee.22,'58.-tf, !opricior and Principal. 'DAVID M. BUTTS, Teacher of Me English. Branches. WM. M. WILLIAMSON, Teacher of Nathensatie;, Sftss LEZZiE F. LYON, nacher in Preparatory Departmenf, EI'IIRAIM BAKER, Monitor•. ANA C FUND. VA National SAFETY 1111 ST ' -!` Vompany. Ineorporalyil by the State of Pennsylvania 11111 LES. 1. Money is received every day, and in any amount, large or small. 2. FIVE PER CENT interest is paid for money from the day it is put in. 3. F r he money is always paid hack in GOLD whenever it is called for, and without notice. 4. Money is received from Executors, nistratov, Guardians and others who desire to have it in a place of perfect safety, and where intwest can he 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. 6. Office Hours—Every day from 9 till o'clock, and on Mondays and Thursdays till 8 o'clock in the evening. HON. ULDNRY L. tIENNER, President, ROIIEIaf SE.LFRIDGE, Vice President, W3l. J. REED, Secretary. DIRECTORS F. Carroll Brewster, Joseph B. Barry, Francis Lee, lion. Henry L..Benner, Edward L. Carter, Rob e rtj...Bllridge, Joseph Yeric'es, Henry Dieffenderffer, Sarni. fi. Ashton, — C. Landreth Munnß, OFFICE WALNUT STREET, so UTII-W LOT CORNER OF THIRD, kaIILia2grALLIPMA. Prof. Chas. DeGrath's Electric Oil, This great discovery is now creating a great sensation, among the 'Medical Faculties of Eu rope and this country. It will cure the follow ing (not everything): Warranted to Cure Fever and Ague in one day, Cute chills in five minutes. Cure Croup in one night.— Cure Deafness in two to four days, Cure burns and Scolds in ten minutes. Cure Sprains, Wcunds and bruises in from one to three days Cure TA: motion in one day. Cure Neural• gin, Croup, Tooth Ache. burns, in 10 minutes• Cure Bemorrbage, Scrofula, Abscess in ien days. Cure Bruises, Wounds, Tetter, in one to three days. Cure Ear Ache, Stiff neck, Ague in one day. Cure Felons, Broken Breast Salt Rheum, in three to six dhys. Cure Quin xy, Palpitation, Pleurisy, in one to ten days. Cure Asthma, palsy, Gout, Erysipelas, in five to 20 days. Cure Frosted beet, Chiblnins; Chronic Rheumatism, Stiff Joists, Sore Throat Scarlet Fever, and the lame made to walk by a few bottles. This Oil (De Death's) is mild and plensentr and is a great family Medicine for children teething. &e. Ladies should all use it. It always leaves you better than it finds you, and one bottle often mires entirely. A f flicted Thirteen Tear! and Cured In One Read letter from Dee. James Temple. Philadelphia June 90, 1856, Prof. De Grath: I have been afflicted for thirteen years with Neuralgia and other pain ful complaints, and I have bees unable to sleep s madly or walls any distance for many years past. Last week I got a bottle of your "Elec• trio Oil." The first night I slept soundly and well, and to-day lam like a new man, My wife could not believe her eyes. Your Elec tric Oil has done in ono week what the physi cians of Philadelphia failed to do in thtrtcen years. Gratefully yours. REV. JAMES TEMPLE, 010 South street DEAFNESS CURED. New Haven, May 19th, 1836. Prof. De Grath : My brother has been deaf three years. After trying many things, he used i• y. our Oil a few times, and it cured him entire. CLIFFORD S SCRANTON, There are numerous imitations sprung up on the reputation that my article has acquired. The public must beware. They are worthless. For sale by S. S. Smith. Huntingdon. May 25 1839, --- • N EW WATCH Jr JEWELRY STORE. J. W. DUTCHER, WATCHMAKER & JEWELLER, Respectfully informs the citisons of Hunting don, vicinity, and the surrounding eoun- _ try, that he has commenced business in ft; the room opposite M. Gutman's Store in MAIIKET SQUARE, HUNTINGDON, and hope. to receive a share of public patronage. WATCHES and CLOCKS repaired in the best workmanlike manner. Ilia stock of WATCHES and JEWELRY is of the heat, all of which he will dispose of at reasonable price.. The public generally are requested to give him a cell and examine his stock. Mar. 2,159. DR. M'LANE'S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE LIVE lI N r'ILL& WE beg leave to call the atten tion of the Trade, and more: especially the Physicians of the country, to two of the most popu lar remedies now before the public. We refer to Dr- Chas. IVLane's Celebrated Vermifuge and Liver Pills. We do not recommend them as universal Cure-alls, but simply for what their name purports, viz.: THE VER AI I FLTGE, For expelling Worms from the human system. It has also been administered with the most satis factory results to various Animals subject to Worms. THE LIVER PILLS, For the cure of LIVER COMPLAINTS. all BILIOUS DERANGEMENTS, SICK HEAD-ACHE, &c. In cases of FEVER AND AGUE, preparatory to or after taking Qui nine, they almost invariably make a speedy and permanent cure. As specifics for the above men tioned diseases, they are Unrivaled, and never known to fail when ad ministered in accordance with the directions. Their unprecedented popularity has induced the proprietors, FLEMING BROTHERS, PITTSBURGH, PA. to dispose of their Drug business, in which they• have been success fully engaged, for the last Twenty Years, and they will now give their undivided time and attention to their manufacture. And being de termined that Dr. M'Lane's Cele brated Vermifuge and Liver Pills shall continue to occupy the high position they now hold among the great remedies of the day, they will continue to spare neither time nor expense in procuring the Best and Purest material, and com pound them in the most thorough manner. Address all orders to FLEMING BROS. Pittsburgh, Pa. Dealers end Physicians ordering from other/ Um Fleming Drox., will do well to write their orders didinetly, and (4. nnn•. btd Pr. 111'Imnes, prepured by Flrmang Brns.ltaloyii. IL. T' lb.. wiehing W giro them a trial, we will forword per mall. post 'mid. to any part of the United State, one box of Fills for twelve three-cent postage stamps, or ono vial of Vern:triage for fourteen tlire.Cent stamps. All °Mere from Canada MIMS be accompanied by twenty Mil extra. Fur sale in Huntingdon by John Read and S. S. Smith, and dealers generally through the county. [May 11, 1859.-Iy. PF7Mkkkk DR. 1100FLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, DR. HOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC CORDIAL, The great standard medWinei of the 'rawest age, have acquired their great popularity only through years of trial. Unbounded aatisfae lion is rendered by them in all eases; and Ma people have pronounced them worthy. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Janndim Debility of the Nervous System, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered liver or weakness of the stomach and digestive organs, are speedily and permanently cured by the GERMAN BITTERS. The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a reputation surpassing that of any similar pre. paration extant. It will cure, WITHOUT nu. the most severe and long-standing Cough, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronohitie, In fluenza, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption, and has performed the most astonishing OUrat ever known of Confirmed Consumption. A few doses will also at once cheek and cure the most severe Dlarrhcua proceeding from COLD IN TILE BOWELS, These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. BL JACKSON & Co., No. 418 Arch Street, Phila delphia, Pa., and are sold by drugyista and dealers in medicine everywhere, at 75 cents per bottle. The signature of C. NI. JACKSON will be on the outside wrapper of each bottle. In the Almanac published annually by the proprietors, called EVERYBODY'S ALMANAC, you will find testimony and commendatory notices from all parts of the country. The. Almanacs are given away by all oar agents. For side in Muntingdon by John Read and S. S. Smith and dealers generally through the county. [May 11, 1859.-Iy. PRICE REDUCED ONE HATA , !! NEW MEDICAL SALT INFLAMMATORY DISEASES. TRY IT ! ONLY ONE DOLLAR. CHRONIC PACKAGE :$2 501 SEE ADVERTISEMENT . For sale at Smith's Drug Store, Huntingdon, TA C K SON 'S HOTEL, Huntingdon, Pa. J. S. MILLER, PROPRIETOR. Respectfully informs, his friends and the traveling public generally, that ho FRI has leased the “Jackson House," fur sev. oral years occupied by Wm. B. • Zeigler, and that he will be pleased to receive the calls of all who may favor him with their patronage. His table will be furnished with the best the market can afford, and every attention will be given to make those with him feel at Is an.. Huntingdon. March 30, 1859.