Huntingdon journal. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1843-1859, October 05, 1859, Image 3
Nuntingba ournal. Wednesday Morning, October 5, liii LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. WitAT WE Sac AND Ileac —The sol dier that was wounded at Camp Juniata, has since died. On Monday, death re lieved him of his sufferings bnt leaves a wife and too children to nio irn the lase of a kind husband and a much beloved hither. a LEARN from some of our ex change. that there was a grand time at Camp Logan, hint week, --THE en campments held in onr neighboring comi ties has stirred up a military spirit is the torsasts of some of our townsmen, and we hear some talk of an effort being made to form a company at this place. We ace no cause why we cannot have as good a com pany here as persons elsewhere; and ad- vise those engaged to "give the stone an other rull."--Tne String Band have again been out visiting their neighbor's-- 'slaughters. We aro sorry that they are sti:l minus a bass fiddler, although , hey have a splendid instrument. Kinney Buoy will please accept our thanks for some fine ratnbo apples which we received. —Tug work at the new house of Mr. Was. McMurtrie goes bravely Baccheas still reigns triumphant in our streets o'uights.—A new bridge is be ing erected across the race near the hiiel . of P. McAteer, Tins is Fair week, kut owing to the earliness at which we go to press that we may meet the mods we are unable to say anything concerning the proceedings FUN-•-l 0 Walk two miles to see a Indy and find her—not at home ! NEW store has been opened opposite our office, Sac the adver• iisements of Fi.lier & Mc M urtrte, and of leines A. Brown. —A slight rumpus among the "wimmin folks." down s..reet, ensued a few nights ago. Shamel— A men peddling medicines tried to 'innate Prof. Clarditer, in our streets on Saturdry eight last. Whether he took in the guar. tern in like manner we are unable to say. ORDIMATION.—The exerc;nes connected with the in-dlr.-allot) nob installation of Rev. W. Kidder or pnetor of the Baptist Congre gallon in this plane, will, by Divine per. minion, take place, in the Rn ptist Church en Friday. 7th prox commencing at 10 n'clock, A. M. The or dinntion sermon it to expected will be de livered by Re v. 0. W. Voting. Pastor of the Logan Valley, Blair co., Bnptist Church..and she pastoral charge by Rev. Ira R. Stewart, of the Baptist Mariners Church, New York: who it is expected w;11 preach in the Baptist Church, on Thursday evening previous to the Services oboes named. The public generally are invited to attend. By order and in bshalf of the Church. R. McDivitt, Ch. Clerk. Tun flanittnattno Tammumm.—The editor of the Tel, graph, hn• improved the eppenrnnce of his paper. by bringing it nut in I full suit or new dress. We congratu late the editor nn this evidence of pros. perils. The Telegraph, ie among the most high-toned, moral and mmaervative journals in the State. 111111rWe invite particular at tent= to the Advertisement of sale of Hotel Farm. titre of W. P. Schell, at Coalmont, on nest Friday. • The advertisement will be found in another column. PieruftEs.—Our fellow townlman J. G. Camp is in town Those wi .hing a good picture wouie do Well, to give him a call. LITE-LIAR PICTURES.—Any person wanting a gond Likeness will please call at the Shy-light gallery of W. E. Thomas, at the Fair ground. _ _ _ 111:7•A (ter looking nround a little while we were forced to conclude that Incels were "scarcer nor hen teeth." We hope to be able to give our local columns more atten tion in future. OUR BOOK TABLE. ------,o alr'The Atlantic Monthly is on our table; Anil as usual with the richest pro. ductions. This 4plended work can be had by sending $3 .to Phillips, Sampson & Co., Bosom Mass. KENNEDY', BANK NOTE REVIEW.- Thls is one of the most reliable Detectors of the age, being corrected by the celebra ted Bankers, Drexel & Co., Philadelphia! and by Glllmore & Brothertnn, of Cincin" natti. Send to J. W. Kennedy, Pitts burg,,Pa., and have It sent to you one year. - IVi A R RI E Di On Tuesday, September 27th, athia offioe iu the Borough of Huntingdon, by David Snare, Eno., Mr. Levi Metegar to Mies Tettiesa Win. tern, both of Williamsburg, Blair Co. By the setae, on Thursday, the 29th alt., at the Pnblic House of Christian Couts, Mr. Chris tian M. Heleer to Miss Mary Hull, both of Brady tp., Hunt. co. . Oft.Thttraday, the 20th telt., by Roy. S. H. Reid. Mr. Johnston Kennedy to lkiss Ellen • °union, ell of.Huntiogdon. On Thursday evening, the 29th tilt., by the '''Rev. 0. Via Artedalen, Mr. Christopher Col• unthue Wirer to Mk, Jane Mese!, all of iThrule enp, title minty. total torroponbenre. SPRUCE CREEK, Oct, 1, 1859. MR. EDITOR.—Some one whom we pre sume has been investigating his own re sources, and who feels fully competent for , the task, boa for several weeks been illu minating the malicious columns of the Uniou by spitting out his spleen against the candidates of the People's county ticket. He is known by the cognomen of "Seth." Pope wrote: "An honest man is the no blest work of God." The standard of hon. 1 esty, here raised by the Poet would not by any means answer for this promising ati• thor, "Seth," He included pu. pose, word and action, in all things, and under all cir cumetances, and at all times, the honesty of this honest man must raise him above the power of every temptation, and enable him to obey strictly, to the letter, the laws of integrity, that come from the hands of the grout Jehuva—a man whose every mo tive mid . action will [ass the scrutiny of Omniscience, unscattered and approved. Such a man would not convert the news paper, or umbrella of another, to his et% n use, such a man would not borrow twenty ! five cents to pay a whiskey bill—then, when asked for it, refuse to pay it. Such a toads would not buy a bushel of oats to feed a burrowed horse, then after the outs are fed, refuse to pay because he cannot see how rte realized any benefit therefrom. If there is atlything veiled in mystery let me direct you to "Sethi" he is snore able than willing to elucidate, But the cause which has prompted "Seth" to action is both sell ish and dishonest. Let us take n retro spective view of his political actions, since the beginning of Know Nuthingisin. We will find him ever active in the support of Sam, and his ticket an American u'l over; but let us look again and you will see that he has always had some personal interest at stake—some friend, or souse near rein . live a candidate on the ticket, but unfor tunately ior "Seth" they have always been defeated. Full of hopes of future success. he has stuck to the ticket until the present campaign, when his hopes were over thrown. Ile cow discards his American principles and seeks a panacea for his , wounded spirit in the Democratic ranks, “.s"tth,"don't you perceive that your course leeks selfish ? If the pedagogue, alias —Seth" don't drew in his horns I will be ' forced to tell what want thing befelt him up the railroad, no. long since, whilst not hing love to his Dulcitno under Bsculapius Verandah ! STUDEN Medical Alamos/la eA4 For a long time a certain class of diseases have baffled the skill and practice of the moot eminent nu•nthero of the regular medical foe thy. Ferenttert antorig these wo might in• stance epilepsy or lolling fits. Happily row by the skill and inventive genies of nit eminent chemist of Ilaltimorii, this disease has been brought within the mews of to cure. W e r d. ludo to tbo preparation called the Vegetable Extract Epileptic Pills, invented and prepared by Dr. Sot!: S. Hance, of 108 Baltimore it., Baltimore, Md. Since their discovery who had given up all hope of 'ever being cured, have been restored to the full enjoyment of health. Prominent among these wo might enumerate Mr. Harrison Lightfoot of Ilmitoville. A In.— Mr. 1,. hos sufTerved ns much from Epilepoy, no any other person in the world : never Immo log what it was to pass a week without having an attack, and oftou in the streets of Ilinitville. Ile is now fully restored and has not hod all al to)) for more than a year, Dr. Hance'; !'ills hnve•been the sure canoe of the cure. These pills also cure all modifications of Fits, Spasms, Cramps Sze., and are very serviceable fin• per ,op.of weak nerves, Dr. Hance, tends them to any part of tiro country on the receipt of a re. infuser, Price oho boo, $3; two, 03; twelve 024. Adlresi Seth S. Hance, 108, Baltimore street,.Baltimoro, Md. Ittr•Any or our readers afflicted with &roc' ula or Scrofulons complaints, will do well to rend the reworks in our advertising columns respecting it. But little of the nature of this disorder has hoer, known by the people, and the clear exposition of it there given, will prove accept:Tic: and 'useful. We have long ad mired the searching and.al:de manner in which. Dr. Ayer treats every subject he touches: what • ever has his attention at all, has IL great deal ot it, he masters what he undertakes, and no one who has a particle of feeling fur hi, afflict ed f •Ilow man, can look with indifference upon his labors for the sick. Read what he says of Scrofula, and see in how few word s and how clearly he tells no more than we have all known • of this insiduous and fatal malady.—San. PHILADELPHIA - IVIARKZTS. • PHILADELPHIA; Se ptember 21. 1869. FLOUR—Superfine, per barrel, $4 5005 00 '! . Extra " " 5 23* 40 family 5 60to 6 50 Wheat—rod, per bushel, f 13(al; 20 4, White " 1 214 , 31 Rye 72 610weiseed $5 50@6 15 per'64 poundi; Timothy seed, sl,Bo to 2 90 VI., per bushel $1 7P. New Advertisements. DIAIIO, AN, VA,IkTIAMIX FUlibllTUltE AT PUBLIC,' SALE. Will be sold previous to the cominenkeineet of the sale of Wet. P. Schell, at Coalmont, •On Friday, Ociobar7ll4, . . . _ . One elegant Rosewood Piano, seven octave. with pearl keys, one Mahogany Jenny- Lind Bedstead. Mahogany Barents with marble top, and Wash Stand to match, a Morocco Lounge with spring seat, three Air Tight Wood Staios, anti one nllperior Cooking Stove. , .Oct, B—lt. L. F. WATTSOR. --- EACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. IL: The undersigned will meet the tench• ere and .school direatora in- their respective districts us indicated in the following table : Vision, October I, - Mapleton. Oromwell, " 12, Orlnsonia. . Springfield, ,' 13, Meadow Gap. Clay, II 14 , . Scottsville. Dublin, 0 15, Shade Gap. I Telli " 17; Bolingertowls, ITopewell, " 19, Coffee Run. Tod, " 20, Newhnrg. Oet. sth, '59.-3t The Coln BY try Saved An Abundant Harvest!!! And to meet the increasing demands for goods, JAS. A. BROWN has just received frum the city She largest, and hest stock of -- HARDWARE ever brought to Huntingdon, AT CITY PRICES. This ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS exceeds all others in itnportance. Ist. Because it supplies THE PEOPLE with indespensable articles and many useful , inven tions, which can he found only in a HARD WARE STORE. . 8;17 ii;el;iThseriher purchasing in large quantities from manutlicturers, is enabled to sell these goods from • • • 20 to 100 . per cent cheaper! - - . then they are sold by other merchants. Ilk stock includes a complete variety of BUILDING-HARDWARE, CUTLERY, OILS, PAINTS. VARNISHES. GLASS, STEEL, IRON, MECHANIC'S TOOLS, HOLLOW-WARE, SADDLERY, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, CHAIN PUMPS, LEAD PIPES, MOWICOGES, LININGS Together with n full assortment of everything pertaining tc his line of business. A ll orders reeeli-e romp% attention. JAMES A. BROWN. Huntingdon, Oct. sth, 1859. American Life Insurance Trust Co. Capital Stock. 500 000. Compuuy's Building, Walnut street, South Eat corner sr Fourth, Philadelphia. Life luau rince at the usual ;1, Hates. Or at Joint Stock rates at ',hoot 20 per cent. less, or nt Total Abstinence Rates, the lowest in the world. A. WIIII.I.DIN, !resident. .1. C. Stns, Sec. Sept. 28, '59.—1y.. F. H. LANE, Agent. GntAT XAR . GAT/1. Valuable Farm ai !Public Sale. Will be exposed to public sale, on thu premis• the 21st day f;f October next, the enionhie farm, known as the Bowman Form, situate in Dublin township, Huntingdon mm trone mile north of Burnt Cabins on the pub. he rood leading from thence to Huntingdon. This hirm is well watered, with a neveYfitiling Branch of Tuscarora Creek running through it, haying thereon erected a large two story Dwelling House, double log barn, 1 . 'Tenant House, out . .buildings. ke. t, t t , Ihe farm contains about 1 " 41 171 acres, 149 perches, ant 4 allowance, partly limestone, with fine limestone rynnrrics—of which, eighty acres are farm land and thirty meadow rbalanee well timbered, With two extensive apple orchards—in admire• hly adopted to raising stock.—and within a ini:e of n good market for grain and stock. The nitnation in bea — utiful and on the line of the Sherman's Valley, or Pennsylvania Paeific Railroad, now being constructed, which in ex• fleeted to lie the . great line of communication ladween New York and the South West. The owners haviMr removed to the W4st when young. are detertnined to sell. Allen , dance will he given and tenon of into nuele known onay of sale 1, - . 17.7.N . i1,14 RAMITEI, E. BOWMAN DAVID 14 )lITEIt BOWMAN, Or by Jamison 'Kelly, their Attorney in fact. Ce"W..S. Monrete, tenant on the promises, or ..Intubson Enrol Cabins, will give in• formation of the prentiNed• Aug. :Ust , —• OF J. A.11%1J,, D EC ' D. Notice is hereby given the? Letter, o f Ad. ministrminti on the estate of .1. A. Hall, late of Huntingdon Borough, have been duly granted to the undersi.zned, to whom all persons indebted to xnitl estate will 11110ift meta, and those havin~ claims or demands B , ,,tivFi the .same will present them, duly nu thentientetl, for settlement. LLCINDA C. HAIL, • Adiniiiislnitri. li,lntingdon, Sept. 1.1111, PA 4f)1Y4Z . A14 CO—, ,MAux sTREEr f,'A. Dealers hi Fish, Cheese & Provlsions; Have consmolv nn hand an us , nrnnent nt AND ,pwELED FISH, &c., viz: Mai:keret Shad, Salmon, Blue Fish, Herring: Codfish, Beef, Pork, Lard, Shoulders, Hams, Sides, Cheese, Beans, Rice, &e. Sept. 11, 1859.-3 m. PECI AL ANNOFNCEMErr IJ From the QUalier City Publishing House ! 100,000 CATALOGUES, new, enlarged and revised—now ready for distribution. Superior Inducements to dm public! A new and sure I plan tor obtaining GOLD MO SIIXaa IVATCUES, Ora other valuable Flip, Full particulars giv en in Catalogu , s, which will be sent free - to all . upoh application . Valttable.Gitts worth from 50 ets. to $lOO, GUARANTEED to each purchaser. $lOO,- 000 in Gifts have been distributed to my patrons within the past six months—Sl 50,000 to he dis tributed during the next six months. The in ducements offered Agents are more liberal titan those of any other house in the business. Having been in the Publishing and Booksel— ling h usiness the last eight years. my expe rience enables mo•to conduct the Gift Enter prise with the greatest satisfaction to all. Illsr AGENTS WANTED In every town and county. For lull particulars address DUANE IiCLISON, Quaker City publishing House, •33 South 3d St., Ph ilird, Pa. . Sept. 21st, '59.-2m. 839.--DRY GOODS FOR AUTUMN-18 5 9 Fall stock at SILK GOODS, • Full stock of STAPLE GOODS, Ftill stock of FANCY 0001)8, Fashionable FALL SHAWLS, OTCLOTHS, 0 ASSIM ERS & VHS r !NOS. Blankets, ,Quilts, Table Linens, i f•e..j EYRE & LA NOEL Fourth and Arch Ste., PII I LAD' A . li.—Blork Silks, 147wiesule, at low rates. Ca' Daily ,!irons New York Auctions. Supt. 7th, '50.-3m. - L1 on SALE.—T. Two MLA., DWELLING HOUSES, on the H. Broad Top .Railroad, near the Depot. The perchance to remove thern•hefore the lot of Jan, uary next. Inquire of J. 3; LAWRENCE, Sept. 21, 1859.-It. Sept. CS STOVE FOR SAPE. A SPLENDID NEW COOK STOVE' to *ale an this offico; it is cal- al . . ciliated to hero wood or lost. It will t r . , be offered low. BET ZINC and art CIAITH rot putting 0 udder Stores, &c., for sale by JAS. A BROWN:. MEAT Cliirl'EßS ar.dSTUFFERS, the beat in the county, and cheaper than aver at the II ar , itrere store of JAMES A. BROWN. H untingdon & Broad Top Railroad. Passenger Trai its arrive.: Departs Follow& MORNING TRAIN, For Hopewell and intermediate Stations, team at • • - - 740 A. M. Returning arrives at Huntingdon at 12 33 P. M. EVENING TRAIN, For Saxton and intermediate Stntions, loaves at Returivng arrives at nun tinedon at 8 30 J. .f. LAWRENCE, Huntingdon-, Sept. 12. Superintendent. is A ll ft lNf or iL CILOTHES B y yours i Y ESS t ptE pro per at tide ha.: as Inst heen invented for women in their hard Inhere on the ...Hag day. `IT IS EVEN SO." Comn and ho eon,i;is.lTl;t,;; arc ahead of every machine in use. Hier the time, half the hard labor, and half the weer and tear is saved. Little boys and grin can do the work • kr their mothers. The undersigned have purchased the exclusive right of Huntingdon and Mifflin coun ties, to make and sell J. T. Munoe's Emancipator Washing Machine. We desire - the public to call and examine this truly labor-saving machine. It can be se en at our shop on Washingtoytreet.___ 'BALL & PEIGHTAL We, the undersigned, having thoroughly tested the niece machine, take pleasure in reemomen ding the same to the public, assured that they will find it ail that is shave claimed. PIiTER SWOOTE, Alm Jut. IA R. Mn.r.s, JON : 11. DonsEr, ss L. R. OntusoN, 1. S: MoRMR, ANN..: E. Scorr, CHRISTIAN Lowo, " E. WILLIAMSON, CHAS. H. MILLER, " S. B. SAXTON, J. M. CUNNINOBAM, M. (. OM., JOHN S. MILLER, " M. B. SIBPSON, 1). 11. POSTER, " M. C. MAKER, Mrs. J. CuNsirronAsr, " LIZZIE L. DoRRIN, "JENNTE C. MuRRAy " ANN E. CAMPBELL Huntingdon, July With, 1859.—tf. A HOMESTEAD FOR $10; A HOM 11 stead for $100; Also, lintnesteads for $lOOO and over. situated on and near Hoppa hantiock river, abortion() below Fredericksburg, in Virginin. A new town ' collet) Rnppithan lias recently been laid out. in Culpepper county, in the midst of the Child Region of Vit.- gitiia, surrounded by mines and Mining Com panies ; and farms and lON. Us in alternate divisions or shares, can unto be had for a mere song, simply to induce settlement in this clesi raid() region. $154,900 worth of land is to be divided amongst purchasers or given away ns an inducement to come on arid make improve ments, mid the land is of the most improvable qualities. Many have already settled and scores tit others arc CMlling. Good thrilling laud, in tracts of any size to suit purchasers, can also be had at from $lO to $2O per acre, payable in easy ,itrtur yearly installments. Uoquestion• aide titles will in all casesbe given. gay- Agents are wanted every where to sell These lauds ; liberal inducements will be given. For particulars, address E. BAUDER.. LAND AnnNT. July 13, Art Royal, ra. W AR! WAR IN EUROPE! EMLUTION IN The subscriber respectfully intimns his friends store to the old staid, near the corner of Dill and Smith streets. where ho has always on hand and constantly receiving all the latest st SPRING & SUMMER GOODS rilw.sB Goobs, 1,1: LANES, BARAGES, CORSETS. PRINTS, SILKS. Anti in fah he can supply any article in the dry good line. Also, triinmings suited to all frescos and at reasonsh!“ rates. lie has ids() on loind a larre, fresh stock of GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. COFFEE, SUGAR, TEA,SPIC ES, FLOUR, BACON, And eyerythin2 in the feed line. AS bin Niue is almost entirely new. and been bought at prices which defy competition, pur , chasers will fled it to their advaninge to hue I rout me before going elsewhere. All kiwis of country produce nt the highest marl., priced, taken in exchange tor goods, DA V 1 1) t3RO VE. Eurflunollls9.—ff. BOOKSBOOKS 40,0G0 Volumes of Books for Sale. 000,00 in Gifts for every 1000 Sold. In order to reduce my ntenstve stock I will sell one thousand dollars worth of Books nt the regular retail prices or less. and give ($500) five hundred dollars north of presents varying in value front 25 emus to $lOO,OO. Or, those • who prefer can purchase at wholesale pricee.— My stuck consists of every variety and style of binding. School Books of every kind, whOle• sole and retail. Sales to commence Dec. 24th. WSI. COLON. D0e.22, 1 58. IT ANSION HOUSE, ICorner of Hill & Montgomery Streets, HUNTINGDON, PA. ctimsTA:N cours. Proprietot, This stand is well known as the "McConnell House." The.location in superior to any other, being in the immediate proximity to .basiness; also to the Bank•and most Public Offices - It is the determination of the Proprietor, to keep this House in a style sativfactory to the public, end it is his desire, to make all who patronize him, feel at home, and to make the 'Mansion' rank among the best of Hunting. dun lintels. Ilc very respectfully solicits the public patronage. Apr. 18th '59 1.11. Kis'lelF D Gil. D. 9 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ; RESPECTFULLY OFFERS, 111$ PRoFES. Sibnal ,vrvi,e, to the citizens of EIUNTINGIttiti anti vicinity. Residence on Hill street, in the house for merly occupied.by Dr. R. A. Hiller- April 13, 18:111., PAPER! PAPER!! ote, Post. Commercial, Foolscap and Flatcap---14 good assortment for saki byth e a, tali ream quire or sheet. at Lewis' New Book and Stationery Sto re. • Duc.22;58..t.1. Dr. John McCulloch, niters his professional service. to the citizens(' U Huntingdon and vicinity. Office, on 11111 st, between Al untontery and Bath, Huntingdon, Aug. 29, 1855. Autiphlogistic gaft. - - This celebrated medicine is for sale at the Smith's Drug Store. For all inflammatory di liellbeN it is e certalu cure. Oct a bux one toy it, %imam athlete& For Palo at Smith's Drug Store, Ililuting• don, Pa. -------- iperSubscribe for the "Journal"—only $l, MILIV - VVOC,T, .A.Q.OII:P=!6E - Sr. E.AIE 25 . 0 ritE2ll Shade Gap, Huntingdon Couey, Pennsylvania. W. 11. WOODS, A. 9. Pi MRS. F. I'. WOODS, Principal of Female Department J. ALFRED SHADE, 51. D., Professor of Anatomy and Ph pflaooy. ALBERT OIVEN, Lecturer on Art of leaching and Phi. G og Miss ANNA •G. PATTON, I'e ichel.of Music, Drawing Grecian and Ituh LM Painting and Piney Needle Work. THE next session of this Institution will open the first Wednesday of May. It holds out ri tr advantages to those seeking an education. The Board of Instruction is large, and eum• posed of thiam who are thoroughly qualified for their profession. To Parents and Guardians. who wish to place their children in a secure and healthy retreat, it holds out peculiar induce. ments A NORMAL SCHOOL will be formed the present session, to which Mr. Owen, our worthy County Superintendent, will give lectures on the Art of Teaching and Physical Geogra• phy. 'ln the COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT, young men will be thoroughly qualified for the Counting Room. TERMS, for session of five mouths, it,i5.00. Light and fuel also. Lex sons in Mnsie, French, Drawing, Painting and Fancy Needle Work, extra, For further particulars address N. EL—By those desiring places, early application should be made. Apr.6,'59. THE , CA,aaViLLE SIMPIARY, • NCO FUME -AM§ fEd4O ICO C:01-11 UCAS}I 11,41M112g3 lAED THE CHEAPEST SCHOOL IN THE LAND. Send for a Catalogue, and Address M..lllcN. WALSH, A, N., Cassia:lle, Pa rii'MJATRIE AIE NM OPENING Ills largest and best selected stock of Goods ever offered in this community, It comprises a full line of Fashionable Dress Goods, suitable for FALL and WINTER, such ita Black, end Fancy Silks, French and English Merinos. All wool De[mines, (plain and col ored,) Nnuvan Plaid. Tanjore Lustre, Figured Cashmere, Plaids, Mouseline DeLain., Cubargs. Mimeo's, I lellarge, Gingham.. Prints. A large and beautiful sssortment Fall and Winter SHAWLS, consisting of S7RALAS, DOUBLE RRVERS.I RS. SINT; AR AND IMUIIAR BIWOHA, WA PER 1,00, SIY GAR , •ND DOUBLE 11 7 0111: GENTS' PR .4 rELIJAV :WAWA.% dra, (PC, A full stock of Ladies Fine Collars, Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, such as Colors, Cravats, Tics, Stocks, Hosiery, .Shirts, GRUM and Silk Undershirts, Drawers, &e. We have a fine selection of Mantillas, Dress Trimmings ' Fringes, Ribbans, Mitts. Mom', GamoletGauntlets,Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Buttons, Floss, Sewing. Silk, Extension Skirts, Hoops, Ac. ALso—'Pickens, Ototalutrg, bleached and unbleached - Muslins at all prices,Colored and White Camlirles, 'Barred and Swiss Muslin , - "Victoria Lawns, Naiusooks, Ter leton and Many other articles which comprise the line al White anti Domestic Goo's. We have French Cloths, nmey Cossimer., Sattinetts., deans, Tweeds, Cottonades, Linens, Denims and Blue Drills.—ALSO, !El'l's and CAPS of every variety and style, GRO( ERRS, HARD WARE AND QUEENSWA RE, ROOTS AND SHOES, WOOD and WILLOW-WARE nhich will he We also deal in PLASTER, FISH,. SALT, in this branch 0 , trade unequalled by any. We FREE (IF CHARGE, at the depots of the Conte one, come all, and he convinced that fashionable nod desirable goods, disposed' of at Oct. sth, 15.59. Prot. Chat. DeGratliN Electric Oil, .. !pa:um:maw [lot kqp,,vrint rope mid this eMintry. I. will cure the follow dog (nut everythiug): Warranted to Cure Fever and Ague in one day, Care chills in for minutes. Cure Croup in one night.— Cure De:true:is in two to tom days, Core 11111.. and Senlils in ten minute, Pure Sprains. Wcond, and bruises in from one to three .t.ays .Cure lullumation in one day. Cure tieurt gin, Croup, Tooth Aehe. bornA, 10 Corn Ilemonhage, Scrofula, Abscess in ten days. Cure Brui,s, Wounds, 'letter, in one to three day, Cure Ear Ache, Stiff neck, Agee in one clay, Cure Felons, Broken Breast Solt Rheum, in three to six days. Cure Quito zy, Palpitation. Pleurisy, in one to .ten days. Core _Asthma, palsy, Omit, Erysipelas, in time to 20 door. Cure Frosted Feet, Chiblains, Chronic lheuneitistn, Stilt' Joints, Sore Throat • Scarlet Curer, :mil the lame made to wain ho al, , w (tiles. This Oil (Du Grath'r) is inild nml pleasent, sad is a great hardly fur children teething. the. Ladies shimld all non it. It always leaves you hotter thou it fluids you, and one bottle etten mires entirely. Afflicted Thirteen leer, and Cnrect in One week. Head letter from Rue. James Temple. Philadelphia, June 9th. 185(1, . . • • - Prof. Ito Grath: 1 hatee been afflicted for thirteen rears with Neuralgia and other pain fal 'complaints. nod I hare been unable to sleep 8 madly or walk any distance 'for many years r..t. week I got a hottlh of your "Elee• trio Oil." The limit night I slept bouncily and well, and to•day I am • lilce L n now man. My mild put belieyu her eyee. Your Elec tric Oil has done in one week what the physi• chins of Philadelphia tailed to du in thirtten years. Gratefully yours. REV. JAMES TEMPLE, 110 South street DEAVNESS 'CURED, New Haven, Muy 19th, IS:dh Prof: De Grath t My brother has'been deaf three years. After trying many things, he used your Oil a few times. and it cured hint entire• ly. - CLIFFORD It SCRANTON, 'rhere are numerous imitations sprung np on the reputation that my article has acquired. The public Imo beware. They aro worthless. For sale by S. S. Smith. Huntingdon. May 25 1959, 186 n SPRING & SUMmEa 1869 j. CLOWING. 71.;unkfersigne , 1 wn,al4l I.,*retruily the attention of our rrienas and ru.onets or It. OW CilliellS of thf, ,),11 a n d country general ly, to our new owl extensive at:sortotent of READY-3ww,.cLoTin consisting of every article of gentleinens' uishing goods. We deem it unnecessary to make a newspaper flourish, being eimadent th.it call rmil nn examination of our goods, trill sa tisfy, all, that our goals are just what we re commend them to he, well male. of good mate rial, and as ehmip as the same quality of goods , can be bought in the county of Ihimingoon, it is not our desire as it is not the paltry of honest nice, to 1eer . ..., but this much we mill say, tliiut we „ill guarantee to all who nifty fa vor us with their patronage, entire satisfaction as to quality. fit and price. Should gentlemen doctor any particular kind or cut of elothhM, mat found in our stock, by leaving their s , meas ure, they combo accommodated at short notice Call at corner °film diamond, Long's new 110101 e. 114..QUTAIIAN & CO. May 4, 1859. OLANAN. A general assortment of Biala: of all de. .I.•liptil)ns foot printed and for sale at the J.,' royal qtlice.' A ppoitittn't of Referees, Common Bond. Notice to Referees, Judgment Notes • Summons, Vendee Notes Executions, Constubls's Seire Ettnins; tinbTnentia. Complotion, L e t., Warman, Commitments, Bond to idetnnify Constal,le, &c •oprielor and Principal. I.)A VI I.) M. BUTTS. Teacher of the English Branches. - WM. M. WILLIANISON, Teacher of Mathematics. llio 1,17,21 E P. LYON', Teacher in Preparatory Department EPHRAIM RAKER, Monitor. W. H. WOODS, AND sold Ciii Y. soil all kinds of GRAIN, and possess facilities deliver all packages or parcels of Merchandise, Broad Top and Pennsylvania Railroads. the "AlEtlitirOLITAN" is the playa to secure the lowest rates. 1r,54,4. -- - 1 ,, 1 a National l o w . ...... t s.'.. ri 4 l I kl 1 ;SUETY !HST wi 1 - w- 7.1 ~ •.g-X , . 4-9, Company. g ,. .. , ~........_ Incorporated by the State of Pennsylvania. IttLES. I. Money is revolved every day, and in any amount, bap or small. 2. FIVE PEE CENT interest in paid for money from the day it is pot in. 3. The money is always paid hack in GOLD whenever it is called for, and without notice. 4. MoneV in received from Exren tone, Admi. n i sit rah, Guardians and others who desire to hove it in a Owe, of perfect safety, and when• interest can be obtained for it. 5. The money received from depositors is in• vested in REAL ESTATE, MORTGAGES, It, )UND RENTS, and such other first•class ,eenrities as the Charter directs. G. °Pito Ilmirs--Every day from 9 till o'clock and on Mondays and Thursdays till 0 oclock in the evening. IION. lIENIIY 1.. BENNER, President, ROBEIIT SELFRIDGE, Vice President, %VII. J. REED, Secretary. DIRECTORS : Ron. Henry L. Benner, F. Carroll Brewster, Edward L. Carter, Joseph 11. Burry, Robert L. Selfridge, Francis Lee Sand. K. Ashton, Joseph ITerkes,_ C. Landreth Manna, I Henry Diellentlerffer, OFFICE T. 4 TAUT NTH. EET, eorTit-wE, CORNER ot"riiinD, :Plill2l-sTA'II,IIIA. READ! READ!! READ!!! I:SENIVEINN • • AROMATIC RAASAIST, Is a rim, do in,t to be excelled far the relief and care ii ,e maladies incident to the Numiner viz : . . I lista. sm, Dysentrtry, Cholera or Cholera Mar bits. Vomiting, Acitlity of the Stomach, Ac. Its excellent Carminative powers, plc.:lnt taste and sttthia,„; intlacuce. readers it a val uable ritatedy in infantile disenses, peculiar to the Sectitil Summer, viz :—Cholera Infant:tin, !Re. It hat a reitivigorating mar tonic influ ence it the system, allaying bid:striation where it exists in the stomach wid bowels— and tat trial will he' flimal Indispeasnlile' to the well luring of every family. It will be 'blind sa well adapted to adults as children. Try it. Prepared only by A. 1::' - zEN WEI NE, . . Yrive. 25 Ms. a bmtle. Dispensiv , : Chemist. S/3., Philadelvhia. •• 'Sold by J. Revd, 11,,,,tMgdon, and Drottgists and Sturokeepors generally. [May 25, NEW WATCH & JEWELRY STORE. J. W. DUTCHER, WATCHMAKER& 74 , !TELL Ere, 'Respectfully informsLho citizens Of Hunting don, vicinity, and the surroinuling coon- try. that Ito has commenced business in the room opposite, NI. Gutman's !Oro Nisei:LT S..P . AIIE, fluNTistoutrai, and... hopes to receive a share Of puldie patTottsge. WA'ICHES and CLOCKS repaired in the best workroaoliko.munoer. ,like stock of WitTC MIS and 0ME1.11 , 2" is ior the best, oil of • which he will ,livose or at reaananl.to prhies. - - . Tho ',untie generally are requested to giro him a call mat examine his Fronk. DR. ArLIANE t. S CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE ANA LIVER PILLS. 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. 11%nel' Celebrated Vermifuge and Liver Pills. We do not recommend them as universal Cure-ails, but simply for what their name purports, viz.: THE VERMIFUGE, 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, FOT 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 cn•pense in procuring the Best end Purest material, and com pound them in the most thorough BROS, Pittsburgh, Pa. r.s Dealers ittul Phveidana °Waring from °then. than Fleming llnw., will Jo well to write their order* dettinetly, and hike now but Dr 3l•l.nne'a. prepared by Finnan., Ifros. 'Nash:try?, P.. To thaututimblng to giro them a trial. we will forward per moil. paha paid. to Hoy part of the United States. ..110 bee of Dila fur twelve thrnowent poitatze affunpa In• ono vial of Vermifuge toot lourteen thnw-eent M 3111,11 All order.' from Creeds men L. accutopaniod by *warily foot, ewtra. Fur sale in Huntingdon by John Howl and S. S. Smith, and dealer 3 generally through the (tarty. [May 11,1859.-Iy. PIMPIOPM DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, DR. HOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC CORDIAL, The great standard .medicines of the present age, hare acquired their groat popularity only through years of trial. Unbounded satisfac tion is rendered by them in all cases: and hie people have pronounced them worthy. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility of the Nervous System, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising front a disordered liver or weakness of the stomach and d(yestive organ*, are speedily and permanently cured by the GERMAN BITTERS. The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a reputatiun surpassing that oJoy similar pro pdratinn extant. It Iva, turf, WITUOCT ram, the most severe and long-stealthy Cough, Cold, or Hoareeneie, Bronchitis, In- Cuenca, Croup, Pneumonia, incipient Consumption, and has performed the most altaniehins ever known of Confirmed Consumption. • few doses tell: also at once cheek and cure the most severe Diarrhoea proceeding from COLD IN VIII Sown. Them medicines are prepared by Dr. C. Jhouses $t Co., No. Alb AreftAtr!et, Phila delphia, Pa., and are sold by druggists and dealers in medicines everywhere, at 75 rents per bottle. The signature of C. M. JACKNOIi will be on the outside wrapper of each bottle. In the. 'Almanac published annually by the proprielork eal/ed livEaanonr'a,AWlANAOr you !MIA find tutimony and commema'atary notices from all parts of the country. Them Ainsanaes are given away by all our agents. Fur .le in untitigdou by John Read and S. S. Smith and dealers generally through the rounty.. Ditty 11, 1859.—1 y. PRICE EET , ECEI) ONE HALF!!! NEW MEDICAL SALT INFLAMMATORY DISEASES. ,I ONLY ONE DOLLAR. CHRONIC PACK. IotAE $9 50! SEE ADVERTISEMENT, For sale ntSinith'u DsagSlore, Huntingdon. TA e KSON'S 1 - 10tgt, Huntingdon ; J Pa. MILLIHR; PROPRIETOR. Respertfull3• informs his friends and the trarel'ing public generally, thst he iit has leased the nJaekson House," for sev lIJ era 1,7040 .944044 ikr:failfsaf. Zeigler, et that he will be pleased to receive the calls I all who may favor him with their Patronap , I His t able furnished with the best tl , wicket cut, afford, oral Av i v Att,olitA will given to make those with tan feel at tome. Buntingdon. March 30, 18111).