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H untingdon & Broad Top Railroad.
Passenger 'halos Arrive & Depart as Fellows
M NINO TRAIN,
For HotetvetlAV intermediate Stations, leases
at • - • • ------ • 7 40 A. M.
Returning arrives at Huntingdon at 121;4 P. M.
For Saxton and intermediate Stations, leave
Returning arrives at Huntingtlob at 7 35 " t
J. J. r,AWRENCH t
Huntingdon, Sept. 12. Aiperintendent
A ILROAD HOURS
don ito followc
Mail Train, 1.10 r. m. 5.40 r. tr.
Fast Line, 9.21 .t. M. 7.30 P. Of.
Trough Express, 11.01) P. CI. 6.56 A. of.
Emigrant Train, 8.45 A. m. 1,55 P. 111.
The Colliery Saved
An Abundint .harvest!!!
And to meet the increasing demands for
Roods, JAS. A. BROWN has just received
from the city the la,eat and hi, mock of
OlVer brOUg t if ig!lo it,
AT. CI n:
This ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS
exceeds all milers in importance.
It. Because it supplies THE PEOPLE
with indespenable ariieleiand many useful in
ventions ' which can be found only at a FIARD•
2nd, The subscriber purchasing in hirge
quantities (ruin inanufactors, in enabled to sell
these gouda from
20 to 100 per cent cheaper !
than they are mod by ether nirchntit..
His stock include. a complete variety of
VARNISHES GLASS, •
. LEAD PIPES,
LININGS, &c. &o.
Together with is full assortment of everything
pettisining to his pule of business.
AU ord;rd receive prompt attention.
JAMES A. BROWN
Huntingdon, Oct. Mb, MP.
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
A New Assortment Just Opened:
And will be sold 80 per cent.
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST
HOIxAN respectfully idorms his cuato
suers and the public generally, that he
has just opened at his ,ature.room in Markel
Square, Huntingdon, a splendid new stock o
lteadystiiti - -
Clothing for Fall and Winter,
which will sell cheaper thou the same quality
of Goods,citit be purchased at retail in Phila.
delphia br any other establishment in the
Persons wishing to bey Clothing would do
well to call and examine his stock be pur
chasing elsewhere. Also,
011 lower than at any other es•
ly, to our now RIM extensive assortment of
• READY-MADE cLoniiNG,
,",., consisting of every article of gentleinans' fur.
'ning goods. We deem it unnecessary to
,; make a newspaper tiouriSh, being confident that
a call and examinination of our goods, will sat.
, . sfy all, that our goods are just what we re •
amend them to he, well made, of good mate
, ~,. ' l, and as cheap as L 118.11143 quantity of goods
n be bought. in the county tit Huntingdon.
It is not our desire, as it is not the policy of
. holiest Men, to decieve, but this much we will
say, that we will guarantee to all who may fa•
• woe us with their patronage, entire satisfaction
as to quality, tit and price. Should plait:men
attire any particular kind or cut of clothing,
not found in our stock, by leaving their 'neon.
ore, they can be accomodated at short notice.
Call at corner of the diamond. Lang ,s new house
?J. GL - l'M A N & CO.
ESENWEIN'S TAR AND WOOD
Is the best medieine in the world, fur the
Cure of Coughs and colds, Croup. Bronchitis,
Asthma, Dilliculty in Breathing, Palpitation of
the Heart, and for the releif or patients in the
advanced stages of Consumption, to, ether with
all Diseases of the Throat and Chest, and
which predisposed to Consumption. It attacks
the root of the disease, and makes the 101 l doe.
trcser succumb to its influence. It alto pro•
du,es free expectoration ' and induces healthy
sabot in the diseased Ifo onto Membraaec and
Tissues. it is pecufarly adapted to the radica
cure of Asthma. Otte dose of this invaluable
Syrup often gives ease, and conxequently
sleep, which the peculiar nature of this desease
denies bite. It is very pleasant to the taste
and prompt is its effects , Try , it, and he con. CONTAIN,.
vines), that it is invaluable to the cute ofiircuhue. Quentin Durward.
Bronchial affictions. 1111,6 Boy St. Roman's Well
Price 50 cents per Bailie. Prepared only 'tatty Matmering• The Talisman.
I_!,y A. ESENWEIN - Druggist, W. Corner of I The Antiquary. - Woodstock. -
NINTH & POPI,AIt Streets, Philadelphia. !Old Mortality. The Abbot-
N I.l.—For sale by John Read, S. S. Smith, IThe Monastery. The Bride of Laos.
Huntingdon, R. Moßurneys, Elias Musser, IWaverleY• martine.
McAlavey'e Fort, John 1). Bothrock, Markin. Price 25 Cents each, or a Complete Sett for
burg, Geo. K. Smith. 1 CO, Phila., and Store. $ 5 ,0 0 .
keepers and Druggist generally.
May 25th, 1859.-17. A. P. Witaos R. Deuce NTS:KIN
WILSON & PETRIKIN,
stir 5009 AGENTS W•NTICOAO ssu, four . ATTOR.NEYS 4T L./IW,
new and unequalled inventions, wanted and HUNTINGDON, PA,
selling everywhere. NY age"s have cleared Practice in the several Courts of Huntingdon
over $20,000 on the. Diplomas, Silver med. Blair, Cambria Centre Mifflin and Juniata Coon
ale and four Patents granted them. For four ties. March 23, 1823.
stamps you will receive 75 pages particulars.
Jon. SCOTT. SAMUEL T. Snow:,
Best agency in the country.
EPHRAIM BROWN, Lowell, Mass. gaff? Ss E110W751,
act 12, 1759-6 m Attorneys at Law,
J.SPAVINED AND aoto It . 001ce saws as former' ; occupied by .1. Scott.
, 'MARK ET•ST. WHARF, PHILAD A.I Oct. 19. 1853.
Dealers in Dish, Cheese & Provision; - ;vvv&wricemaco .
Ilhvo conatantly on hand au assortment ofl
TWO YOUNG MEN to learn the Ambro
DRIED A.D PICKELED FISH, &c., vie : l, • Wain.% Instructions given for tlo
Mackerel, Shad, Samon, Blue Fish, Herrings,l Yi n F
1 ium n or $15.00, Forsarticulars, &c. apply to
Codfish, Beef, : Pork , Lard, Shoulder., wm. F. T omm4, 4 , 07 4,, rw
Ham elgasees , o. Reasia .1 7 14.. hv. Wentingstse Rev S.
lielis 14, 1 „...
HUNTINGDON WARM SPRINGS.
The Warm Springs at the base of Warrior'-
Ridge, five m lee north of Huntingdon, overlook
leg Standing Stone Creek, end cnvlroned by ro
mantic hills and woodlands, hove been leased
by the hi , mer proprietor of the Learner House.
The extensive Hotel buildings, bath hooves,
&e., erected ut great expense by General A P.
Wilson, have been completed—and the groves
have been beautifully laid out and adorned.—
The Hotel parlors and chambers airy and com
fortably furnished; and the prospect, from the
verandahs fur beauty, cannot be excelled.
For half a century, these Springs have been
celebrated thr their medicinal qualitira, and the
great nature of the waters in rheumatic and chro
nic! affections. The temperature 'l7,f the water
being 69} degrees, renders the hathity4 delight
ful and invigorating. In the surrounding woods
and mountains, game abounds, and the finest
fish are caught in Stone Creek. Persons in pur
suit of health or t leasers, will find this a most
delightful and healthful retreat; and its nearness
to the Penmylvania Railroad, anti the cheapness
of the rotes charged guests, give it a decided
advantage over any other watering place in the
Stete. . .
The Proprietor has had years of experiencb in
the business nod no pains or troulhe will bo spa.
red to make guests comfortable.
Mocks run frem Huntingdon to Warm Springs
eri,tho arrival of the different Railroad trains—
fare 25 cents. Families accommodated at mo
crate terms. JOHN It. 11511114
Warm Springs near
:zontlgthm, Juno sth
IItICE REDUCED ONE HALF!!!
NEW MEDICAL SALT
.ONLY ONE DOLLAR.
CHRONIC PACKAGE $2 50 I
ii . . , r sale at Smith's Drug Store, Huntingdon
E SATURDAY EVENING POST,--
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ii 6, and t) a Weekly and Accurate PricAt Cur.
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clnitiates two views of Niagara fa ll s—a
ple ul handsomo and large sized Steel En.
vings —the retail price of which i 3 Five
d Lars—e are enabled to Club with th e Poet
a did following remarkable liberal terms.
s- Te Ow Cull, with those well•known Mont.
Hagazines, A stliar's Heine Magazine, and
.' ey's Lady's Book, Read the following
a , 1 tak ,, your choice of
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Copy of The Post and lush
Engraving; of Niagara halls. 3,00 "
o.le Copy of The Pust and one
, ot Arthur's Home Magazine. 3,00 "
One Copy of The Post and one
of Uudey's Lady's Book, 3,00 "
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DEACON & PETERSON,
No. 132 South Third St-,Philadelphio.
- '"*Sample Copies of the Post soot gratis
! bersburg to Mt, Union
... . . ....
MII undersigned aware that a ' suspension°
1 t t line of Stages over the road between
Man ersburg and Mt, Union, cannot be hut
dined ntageous to u large section of the coun
try, li s eta considerable expense and trouble
made Arrangements .0 run a line of Stages
Tri- kly between the two points Good
Harr end comfortable Stages have been pla
ced e , the route, and experienced and trusty
driver will superintend the running of the
Couch . The proprietorof the line is disirous
dint it maintained, and ho therefore (-ills
upon t public generally to patronize it. °lnd.
dent/ it will he for their inntnal advantage.
Breit million necessary will ho given, and
the r mg. at the Stages will be regular.
; , ages leave Mt. Union, every Tuesday
Tiered,,, and Saturday evenings, arriviog at
Charaketiiburg the next day at 2 a'claels Re
turning, leave Chambersburg, the same night
at 10 o'.lsek, arriving at Mt. Onion be next
evcaing in time Mr the cars. Betwe•iii Mt, Un
has and Slade Gap the line will be daily.
Cr I Pre through $3; to intermediate points
in proper on. JOHN JAMISON.
Jan. SU li, 1858.—1 f
American Life insurance TruLt Co.
l! A pital Stook, 000 000.
Comp', y Bllliding,Valtitit. street, South
East coml. of Fourth, Philadelphia.
Life Insuraie attlie•tuunl
~I. I IJTUAI4.IIiATES.
Or of Joint Stuck raft tat about 20 per cent
less, or at Total Abstinence Hates, the lowest
in the world. A. W HIL L DIN, President.
J. C. SIMS. gee.
Sept. 28, 's9.—ly.* F. H. LANE, Agent.
PETERSONS' UNIFORM . EDITION OF
SIR WALTER SCOTT'S MORNS,
THE HUNTINGDON JOURNAL.
The proprietors and manufacturers of 110S
TETTER'S CELEISItATEIi STOMACH BIT
TERS can appeal with perfect confidence to
physicians and citizens generally of the United
States, because the article has attained &repu
tation heretofore unknown. A few facts upon
this point will speak more powerfully thnn
volumes of bare assertion or bl..zoning puffery.
Tito consumption of liostetter's Stomach Bit
ters for the lust year amounted to over a half
million bottles, and from its manifest steady
increase in times past, it is ovidem dint during
the coming year the consumption will reach
near ore million bottles. This immense amount
could never have been sold but for the rare
medicinal properties contained in the prepara
tion, anti the sanction of the most prominent
physicians is those seetions of the country
where the article is best known, who not only
recommend the Bitters to their patients, but
are ready nt all times to give testimonials to its
efficncy in 01l cases of stomachic derangements
and the diseases resulting therefrom.
This Is not a teinparttry impulnrity, obtained
by extraordinary efforts in the way of trum
peting the cittnlities of the Bitters, but a solid
estimation of an involualtic medicine, which is
destined to be on enduring ns time itself.
Ilostetter's Stomach gitters have proved
a Godsend to regions where fermi' end ague
and various other bilious complaints have
counted brie victims by hundreds. Teethe
nble to 01010 confidently that the "Bitters"
ore a cettstin ruro for the Dyspepsia and like
diseases, is to the proprietor. a motive of un
alloyed pleasure. it removes nil morbid nuttier
front the stomich, purifies the bleed, and
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
giving it that tone and energy intlispetoable
for the restoration of health. It opertnen upon
the stomach, liver, and other digestive organs,
mildly but powerfully, aunt soon restores them
to acondition essential to the healthy discharge
of the functions of nature.
Elderly persons may use the Bittern doily as
per directions on the bottle, and they will find
in it a stimulant peculiarly 'Welded to comfort
declining years, RS it is plenontit to the palate,
invigorating to the bowels, excellent an to tonic,
and rejuvenating generally. We have the evi
dence of thousands of aged men and women
wbo have experienced the benefit of using this
preparation while suffering from 'stomach de
rangements And general debility; acting under
the advice of physicians, they have abandoned
all deleterious drugs awl fairly tested the
merits of this article. few words to the
gentler sex. There aro certain periods when
their cares are so harassing that many of them
sink under the trial. The relation of mother
nod child is so absorbingly tender, that thin
mother, especially if ;he be young, is apt to
forget her owe health in her extreme anxiety
for her infant. Should the period of maternity
arrive during the summer season, the wear of
body nod mind is generally aggravated. Here,
then, is to tivottssity for a stimulant to recupe
rate the energies of the system, nod enable the
mother boor up under her exhausting trials
and responsibilities. Numbing mothers gene
rally praise the Bitters to all other invigora
tors that receive the endorsement of physi
cians, because it is agreeable to the taste as
well as certain to give a permanent increase
of bodily strength.
All those persons, to whom we have particu
larly referred above, to wit: sufferers from
fever and flue, muted by malaria, Wartime,
dysentery, indigestion, loos of appetite, and
all diseases or derangements of the ntenutch,
nuperountinted invalids, persons of sedentary
occupation, end nursing mothers, will consult
their own physical welfare by giving to llos
teller's Celebrated Stommli Bittern a tried
CAUTION.—We caution the public against
using any of the ninny imitations or counter
feit., but ask for HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED
STOMACH Barrio, and see that each bottle has
the words Or..J. Hostetter'. Stomach Bitters"
blown on the nide of the bottle, and stamped
ou the metallic cop covering the cork, and
obsetve that our autograph eiguature is on the
le: Prepared and cold by HOSTETTER 4
SMITH, Pittsburgh. Pa.. and cold by all
druggists, grocer.. and dealers generally
throughout the United States, South Ame
rica, and Germany.
For sale at the storey of John Reed and S
S. Smith, fituktingdun ; Joseph Douglas, Mc
Connellatown ; Summery 4; Buyer, Markle..
burg; Foust .t Etner, Mt. Union; George
Eby, Mill Creek.
:W.- I y.
The Brigade and Staff Officers, of the 4th
Brigade, 14th Division of P. V., are hereby
commanded to convene in toll uniform, at the
office of the Brigadier Genehal. in Huntingdon,
On Wednesday of the 2nel week of Ike :Casein.
her Court next ensuing, at ten o'clock, for the
purpose of auditing all just chums on the
tary fund of said Brigade. Notice, also, is
hereby given to all .persons haviug elttims oft
said military fund, to present their claims in
proper term, at or previous to the said meeting
of the said auditors.
F. 11. LANE, Brigadier General.
The above reward will be paid by the an
dersigned, to ally person Or persons, who wil
deliver to either of us, the body of Dr. George
It. Thomas, formerly a resident of Springfield
township, Huntingdon co., Pit., and aho was
arrested by us un the 2311 day of September,
1859, and who escaped from us at the house
of Silas Locks, at Shade Gap the same day.
DAVID SWOPE, Constable, Clay tp.,
MORRIS G HTSLIALL, " Springfield.
Dr. John McCulloch.
Offers his professional services to the citizens
of Huntingdon and vicinity. Odic° on Hill
et,J?:tweem Montgomery and Bath.
Huntingdon, Aug., 3 1855 •
RZOTSVERTS NOVI el 21.
Nonce is hereby given, to all persons in
terested, that the following named persons hare
settled their accounts in the Register's Office,
at Huntingdon, and that the said accounts will
be presented for confirmation and allowance at
Sr Orphans Court to be held at Huntingdon.
. A'''. .. .
Hi a n or the county of Huntingdon un the'
10th day of 11'avember ncrl, to wit : PIII111221)111P1112.
• 1. David Aurundt and David Hare, Execti• — A — HOMESTEAD FOR IMO; A MAW:
tura uf the last Will, ae., of Joseph Hemp,stead fur $100; Also, Homesteads fur
$lOOO and over, situated on and near Rappa•
2. John E. Ketterman, Administrator cfJuo. hannock river, above and below Fredericksburg
Shingler, late of Tod township, dee'd. itt Virginia. A new town, called Rappnban•
3. John S. !sett, Administrator of James noel:, hits recently been laid out, in Culpepeer
Gardner, late of Franklin township, dew d. county in the midst of the Gold regions of V tr.
4. Jane Wilton, Administratrix of Samuel g surrounded by mitres and MitninriConi-
Henry, late of Barre° township. deed. panies ; and farms and town lots in alternate
5. Jan Rung, Guardian of Miles Lightner, divisions or shares, can now be had fur a, mere
a minor son of Henry Ugh , nee, dee'd. song, simply to induce settlement in this deed.
if. James °. McClure, Administrator of Jiro. able region. $154.900 worth of land is to be
McClure, late of Tell township, dee'd. divided amonget purchasers orgiven away as
7. Henry L. Close, Guardian of .!;ancY A. an .inducement to cone on make improve.
and slnry J. Smith, minor children of James tie., and the h in d i n o f th e men, improvable
qualities. Many have already settled at)
IL Elijah Morrison and John Morrison, Aci icores of others are causing. Good farming
ministrators of John Morrison, dec'd., who was land, in tracts of any size to suit purchasers,
one of the Executors of George Asking deed can also be had at thorn $lO tos2o per acre,
9. Henry L. Scruder, At;ministrator of lieu payable in easy gnaw yearly instalments
ry &ruder, 'sate of Franklin township, dea r Unquestionable titles will in all cases Le given.
10. John Gemmill, Administrator of Joshua gizirge
Ants are wanted every where to sell
Stevenson, late of Indianapolis, Ind., formerly those ~„a , ; fib er ,. I i e d eeemee , w il l b e given .
or the borough of Alexandria, dee'd. For particulars, addre.
11. Geo. H. Steiner, one of the Executors of E. RAU DER, IAvnAuLNT.
the last Will, Ae. of .Robert Moose, late st th 3 July 18 , ' 09. . i e , t o w Royal, v ..
borough of Huntingdon, deed.
neat " Dont Mil tu ecn Sixth Annual An.
Reglsteni °III"' I HENRYGLAZIER, , ne - -- ueet, .. No wrilo ., o err . , le se .
Finns.. Om. 1 .
R , e4sOrr OW ‘olrara.
A N Tl
wE beg leave to call the atten
tion of the Trade, and mor.
especially the Physicians of the
country, to two of the most popu
lar remedies now before the public.
We refer to
Dr Chas. M lane's Celebrated
Vermifuge and Liver Pills.
We do not recommend them as
universal Cure-ails, but simply for
what their name purports, viz.:
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
Their unprecedented popularity
has induced the proprietors,
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 manufactiire. 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
FLEMINU BROS. Pittsburgh, Pa.
T.S Desh:ra and Pbralcions qrdering riinn others
than Fleming Om, will do well M write their orders
hitinetly, and toke none /Ad Dr JrLane's. prrpired by
FOuteng liras. Pilta7l,7l. - 11,...16re whiting to give
there a trial, we will forward per mail. post paid, to any
part of the Moiled Stab, ono box of Pills for twelve
three-cent postage Mani, ur otie vial of vern.iru g e Ilr
fourteen thrEo-.lllt .1,111 All orders from Canada =lSt
be OCCOIIIpIIII.I by twenty scuts extra.
1 , , Rale in Huntingdon by John Read and
S. S. Smith, and dealere generally through the
county May 11, 1859.-1 y.
;41 1 .' 3
y- ! ~$
n eorpnrated by the State - of Penneylvania
1. Money le received every day, and in any
amount, large or small.
2. FIVE . PER CENT interest is paid fur
money from the day it is put in.
3. The money is nlWays paid Irnek in GOLD
whenever it is_ea:led for, and,without notice.
Money is received flout Executors, Ad.
ministruturs, Guardians and others who de
sire to hove it in a place of perfect safety, and
whore interest car. be obtained fur it.
C. The tummy received from depositors is in
vested in REAL ESTATE. MORTGAGES,
GROUND RENTS, and such other iirst•cluss
securities us the Charter directs.
G. Office hours—Every day from 9 till 5
&dock, mid on Mondays and 'Thursdays till 8
o'clock in the evening.
HON. MERRY L BENNER, .Presbknt,
ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vice President,
WM. J. REED, Secretary.
Hun: Henry L. Benner, I Carroll Brewster,
Edward L. Carter, Joseph 11. Barry,
114.1tert L. Selfridge, Francis Lee,
. . .
SKIM. K. Ashur'," Joseph Yerkes,
C. Landreth M.g ma. is. I Ilopry Dielfeuderifer
IVA LI% err STREET,
THE CASOVILLE SEMINARY.
ink aDiIMA G riliV 171.
THE CHEAPEST SCHOOL IN TILE LAND.
Send for a Catalogue, and Address
Fist - ER - El ft 3 TRW .
M il c i li.Waish, A. M. , Cassville, Pa,
Tog largest and best selected stock of Goods ever offered in this community,
It comprises a full line of Fashionable. Dress I
ae Black and Fancy Silks, French and English
ored,) Nauvau Plaid, Tanjore Lustre, Figured C
AIfIKUCILS, Deßarge, (iin hams, Prints, Ac.
A large and benotifal assortment of Fall mid
Beversatiles, Single and Double Itrorbn , Witted ,
Sbnwl &c., &c. A tall stock of Ladies' Fine
Co lore, Cravats, Ties, Stocks, Hosiery, Shins, (
We have a line selection of Mantillas, Dress 1
G ttantle!s, Hosiery, Aandkerchiefs. Buttons Flo:
A t.so— Tickers, Ostialturg, bleached and aol
White Cumbries, Burred and Swiss Muslin, Vito
other articles which compromise the line of Whi
We have French Cloth. Fairly Cnnsimere, S
Denims and Blue Drills.—A I .hO, Sate ant
GROCERIES, lIARD-WARE AND QC
Wood and Willow•wnre wliicli will he sold client,
We also dent in Plaster, Fish, Salt, and all I: .
branch of trade unequalled by any. We deliver
ul (fleage, at the depos of theilrond ll'op and Pt
Come one, come all, and be convinced that the
'unable and desirable goods, disposed of ut the I
Prof. Cleo' .11eGratles Electric Oil
Thin giett discovery is now creating a great'
sensation. among the Medical Faculties el Eu
rope laud tlt.s country.. I will Lure the fellow
ng eve, thing): Warranted to
Cure Fever and Ague invite day, Cure chills
in five minutes. Cure Croup in one uight.—
Cure DettEess in two to tour duys, Cure Burns
and Scalds in ten minutes. Cure `praise
Wounds and Bruises, in from one to three
days, Cure hithonation in one day. Cure Neu
ritlgia, Croup; booth Ache, burns, in 11l min
utes. Cute Hemorrhage. Scrofula, Abscess iu
ten days. Cure Bruises, Wounds, butter, is
one to three days. Cure Ear ache, stiff neck,
Sane ie °te day. Cure Fellons, Bruken
Breast Salt Itheetn„ in three to nix days.—
Cure Quinzy, Patlpitation, Pleurisy, in oue to
ten days. Cure Asthma, palsy, Gout, Erysip•
elan, to live to 20 days. Cure Frosted Feet
Chiblains, Mamie libentualism, Stiff joints
Sore Throat, Scarlet Fever, and the I awe made
to walk by a few bottles. bis Oil (De rath's)
is mild wed pleuseut, and is :a great family
:Medicine ter children teething &e. Ladies
should all sec it. It always leaves you better
that it Minds you, and one bottle often cures me
.I . filietell fur Thirteen nars and Cured in une
Read letter from Rev. Jame. Temple.
Philadelphia, June Sih. 18.36,
Prof. Its Grath: I have luecu afflicted for
thirteen years with Neuralgia and other paim
fill complaints and I have been unable to sleep
soundly ur wall< any distance for many years
past. Lust week I gut rt bottle of your "Elec
tric Oil." The lire t night I slept soundly and
well, and today I ant like a Hew 11111. My
wife could nut believe her eyes. Your Elec
tric Oil has done in one week what the physi•
Outs of Philadelphia failed to do in thirteen
yeart Cirutetully ours.
RE% . JAMES TEMPLE.
310 South street
DEA FS ESS CURED.
New Haven, May 16th, 1856.
Prof. De Grath: My brother has been deaf
three years. A fier trying many things, he used
your Oil it few times.and it cured hint entire.
ly. CLIFFORD & SCRANTON.
There are numerous imitations sprung up.
on the reputati n that ray article Ins acquired.
The public must. beware. 'they are worthless.
For sale by S. S. Smith, Huntingdon.
May 25 1859.
WASHING CLOTHES HY PRESSURE.
After fifty years expermienting. the
proper article has at last been invented tar
women in their hard laburs:.un the washing
SIT IS EVEN
Come and be convinced that we are ahead of
every !machine in use. Half the time, hall the
hard labor, and half the wear mid l e n ! . saved
Little buys and girls can do the work tbr their
mothers. The 'undersigned have purchased
the exclusive right of Huntingdon and Mifflin
counties, to rank,' and sulk!. T. Al
Emancipator Washing Machine.
We desire - the publieto call - and atimise this
truly lubor•savieg machine. It cut be seen at
our shop on WashinHtan sheet.
IMLL h PEIUHTAL.
We the undersigned, having thoroughly tem.
ted the obove machine, take pleasure in rev.
ommending the same to the public, assured
that they will find it all 'but is above claimed!
PETER SWOOPE, Mrs. JULIA B. litt.ks
Jux. H. Donee; "L. B. Wargo!: •
J. S. Mounts, " ANNIE E. ∨
CHRISTIAN LONG, " E. WILLIAMSON,
CHAS 11. MILLER, "E. B. SA.vros,,
J. M. CUNNINGHAM, "M. C. GRIN.
JOHN 5.31 11.1.E1i, " M. Snips.,
D. 11. FOSTER, " M. C. Mutes,
Mrs. J. CUNNINGHAM " LIZZIE L. DORRIS
"JENNIE C. HURRAY, " ANN CAMPBELL.
Iluutingduti, July 27111, 1859.-tf.
O nliptliTiCE & 33.01E111311,
(Successor to ,Yeinunct Ward(*)
NORTII•EAST CORNER OF SECOND
Nhlooketur c rA, Wholesale & Retail deale. io
Reaters,Ventilators, Ranges and
McGregor', celebrated ileatere and Stores.
With a great variety of the latest patterns of
Cook and Parlor Stoves ; also, Queen's Patent
Aug. 31st, 1839.
At A lrr i n ° er N uPt i gt 4. Montgomery Streets,
CHRIS'T'IAN COU'I'S, Propriett;r,
This stand is well known as the "McConnell
Rouse." The location is superior to any oth•
er, being in the immediate proximity to busi.
ness ; also to the Hank and most Public 011 i
It is the determination of the Proprietor to
keep this House in a style satisfactory to the
public, and it is his desire to make all who
patronize him, feel at home, and to make the
Mftlitlioll" rank amongst the best of Hunting-
don Hotels. He very respectfully solicits the
ARE NOW OPENING
Gawk, mailable for FALL and WINTER, such
‘lvrilins. All wool I)i.',nines, (plain ain! col.
Cadiniere, Plaids, Nluuseline DeLaines,C)burio,
‘Vinter M.\ WI,S, con,isling of Steam, Doubitt
and Doi,ble Wool Gents' Travelling
.:011ars liendeisien'h Flo ninliing Goods bucli an
;11111.• and Silk Ciidershiris, Draw n •rs,
;rimming's, Fringes, Ribbons, Mitts, Gimes,
iss, Sewing Silk, Extension Skirts, (loops, Sc.
blenched Mastitis nt nll prices, Colored and
torin Lawns, Nninsnoks, MLitton and many
Me mid Domestic Doody,
S . :milieus, Jeans, Tweeds, cottunades, Linens,
id Caps of every variety and Type,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
rinds of lintitt, and I.dBeSS facilities in this
r all packages or parcels of Merchandise, Free
“Ahrai.m.trAs" is the place to secure kola
rillE CIEFLEBRAT ED 4 OPPER TOE
Mitchell's Patetd. Metallic Tip, designed
especially for Buys'. nitd (Andrew;
BOOTS AND SHOES.
An improvement hits been aFplied to Roots
mid Shoes, by which it saving of expense to the
customer, of two thirds is realized, by actual
I lie Tip consists of a piece of capper or tali
er indestructible material, neatly fastened jlo
the !ou of the hoot or shoe, forming a complete
protection. This invet.tion is now presented
to the public, with the Tulle t knowledge of .its
practical malty, having been test.' over two
tears, and is destined entirely to supersede the
old style, for children's, boys' and youtbs' bunts
The itliportrinee of this invention will he
rentlilv uppreeinteti. no it is well known that
ehilarot invnrinbly wear out their bouts end
and, with this [woo-cline, they will apeu an we
entire we:sr at least two or three limes us lung
as iheolti style, while the. expense is but a lri•
ThiAiivetiiiuti is nlso especially spplicableto
Miners ' Boats, and all occuptitioussubj,ting
the toe of the bout or shoe to be cut or wore.
Merchants, end the public generally, will see
the impart.. I , l . olll7litling these gouda home
diately, us they are declined for general one, to
supersede all usher kinds.
The gOIKIS any be obtained of nenrly all the
wholesale dealers in the principle cities, or of
CHASE, McKINNEV & CU.,
(Ownins OF roti PATENT.) Buston,
August 31st, 1959.—Gm.
IJ the Qesker City Publienieg House
100,000 Catalogues, new, large and revised
—now ready fur distribution. Superior is
AtmMounts to the public. A now and sore
plan for obtaitiin gold told silver Watches, and
other valuable Prizes; Full particulars given.
in catalogues, which will he sent free to all op
Valuable Kitts worth from 50 cents to 4100,
GUARItA NT EED to each purchaser. $ll l ll,
000 in gliti hove been distributed to me pat•
runs within the past nix mouths—slso,l/00 to
be distribution during the next six r»ouths.—
The inducements offered Agents arc more lib
eral than those of any other house in the busi
aving been in the Puldi,,hing and Book•
selling business for the last eight yearn, my ex
perience roubles me to conduct. the Gift En•
terptize with the greatest satisfaction to all.
111&•AGENTS. WANTED in every town
and county. Fur full I.:it - Oculars address
Quaker City Puldishing House.
3:t Smith 3d St., Philad'a., Pa.
TAGGART AND FARS'S
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:•'-', ',, ' . 1 ' ,. .. , i . 4 - : 8
;Family Sewing Machines.
NO. 103, NORTH EIGHTH STREET,
These Machines were awarded the first pre
miums at the Lancaster• and Montgomery
County Fairs (the only faire at which they
have been exhibited) in competition with
the Wheeler & Wtlsbn, Singer and other tutu.
chine, and are offered to "the public with con.
tidence as being the elle ipest and hest
cltines in the market. They are true in exten
sive use stud have Cruet the unqualified appro.
•l of all who have tried them. They are
strong and simple in Con , truction, and are not
liable to get out of order, as an examination
will folly satin*. every ,41e. They will do us
great a variety of work, du it as well, awl do
us much uf tt 44 the high pricbd machines can
Families, Tailors and ileainstresses
Will find these machines adapted to their wants.
They will sew fine or heavy goods of every de
scription with equal facility. For Quilting
purposes they ore unequalled. lly a simple
adjustment of the tension, a stitch is made
which gathers beautifully. The stitch is the
Double Luck Stitch, strung and elastic, and
will not unravel or draw the goods when washed.
The thread is used from spools of any size
us purchased lit the stores, withoot re-winding.
Instructions in operating the machines given
to purchasers. Each machine is accompanied
with directions, which ate very explicit, and
contain all the information necessary to oper
We would refer to Gen. S. Hiles Green,
WM. BREWSTER, Agent,
- - Huntingdon, Pc,
Sept. 7, 1859 —ly .
Note, P ost, Commercial, Foolscap and
latcap—agood assortment fur sale by the
ream, half ream quire or eheet, at
Lewis' New Bonk and %Pinner. Rwes.
1544. 22, 'Oll.
Iron City Commercial, College.
rirraucaolt, PA. - Coattraitat
300 Students attending. January 1858.
Young men prepared for actual dada of the
J. C. SMITH, A. M. Prof. of Book-keep..
log and Science of Ammo..
A. T. DonTimm., Teacher of Arithmetic
and Commercial Calculation.
.1. A. HISTDRICK and I'. C. Jr.:rims, Teach
ers of ilook-keeoing.
A. Cowl.. and W. A. bliu,sa, woe.. of
SINGLE. AND 14GUREE ENTRY BOOK
AR nse 1 in evo;;;iiiii;iti;int of business.
COUNTERFEIT MoNEY— .
.coR . IfI:BI!9NIEICCE--
MERCANTI.I.I , i
Are taught, and all other subjects necessary
fcr the success and thorough education of a
prueticul business man.
Drawn all the psetniutus in Pittsburgh for
the past three years, also in Eastern And Wes.
tern Cites, for the hest Writing,
NOT ENGRVED WORK.
Students enter at any time—Nn vacation—
Time unlimited—Review nt plensuree , Grilm.
nine assisted in (Ihutitting situations—Tuition
fur Fell Commercial cuurau s3s,o4—Average
tim e Bto 12 weal—Runrvl, $2.54 nor week—
S'ationary. Sn.oo—entire cost, *60.00 to Vu..
OW Ministers' Sons received at half price.
or Card—Cirmilur—upeeimons of Business
anti Ornamental Writing—inclose two stamps
anti address F. W. JENKINS,
Sept. no, 1858.—1 y. Pittsburgh, 1?s
Premiums awarded the "JOURNAL' Ot
flee at the late County PAHL for the Lest
Having recently received from the Eastern
PAST POWER PRESS,
and a lurge vuriety of the must fityhangabie
Printing Material, which makes it one of the
mist vomi,let Printing Estnblishments in this
PorsoM in want orally kind of
PL'AIN OR FANCY
ii,rlc, cannot do Leiter thou favor us with
fettromige. We hove futilities k r exeeu
in n innnuer any kind o
PRINTING IN COIORS
on the most rensumtble terms. loose who
may wish to obtain any style of
ca,, be accommodated at this establishmebt at
short 110 lice,
CARDS, Lc., Atc.,
will be famished promptly, executed in be
best style and at reasonable rates.
Mr Orders by express, mail or otherwise,
will receive immediate attention.
W. F. THOMAN,
ASIBROTYPE AND PHOTOGRAPHIC
AT THE COURT HOUSE
This gallery or AA is now open for public
imipertion of Fmk:down of A ruhrotypes, Crys.
tslographs, Photographs, Circular and Star
Pictures, also, Name, or Age, or Residence, ta•
her. ou the Pictures—letters or different colors.
VARIOUS SIZED PICTURES,
Set in Pratnea, Cases. Lockets, Rings, Pine or
Particular attention paid to taking pictures
of Children. Time, from one to four second..
Perfect satisfaction given, or persona aro not
expected to take their pictures.
Pictures token from sick or deceased persona
at their residences. Copies taken from Da.
nuerreotypes or Portraits. Mao, view. of mai.
Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to call
and examine specimens. Pictures taken as
well in cloudy as fair weather.
flow often do we hear the exclamation, when
persons are looking at Portraits—"l would not
value any sum it' 1 could procure the Portraits
of nty parents--or deceased children I" Rea
der, if you are gifted with this ennobling fear
ing of unity, you have an opportunity to grad*
fy it at a small coat, by procuring Portraits•
which, it is known, trill not fade.
Vie= Those that wish to learn this beautiful
art can call ans see W. F. Thomas, from Phila.
Prices from 50 cents upwirds.
TILE suberriber respectfully announces to his
friends nod the public generally, that he has
leased that old and well establisher) TAVYTIN
STAND, known an the Ihntingdon
Ihisse, on the cornet of Hill and Charles _
Street, in the Borough of Hunting- ; ;
don. . . . .
Ile has recently put the house througha those
ugh course of repairs, and is now equal to any in
Ills WILE will always be stored with the
best the season can atturd, to suit the tastes
and appetites of his guests.
Hie Bali will always he tilled with Choice Li
quors, and Hui SIMILE always attended by care
tot and attentive Ostlers.
Erne hopes by strict attention to business
and itf , pirit ul accomodat ion, to merit and receive
a libcnil share or public patronage.
Sept. 15, 11,358—iy. Y, McATEER,
A general assortment of Blanks of at
seriph., just printed and for sale ut
"Juurnal Wire. '
Appotutat of Referee, Common Boud
Notice to Referees, Judgment Notes
Sumptuous, Veodue Rots
Complaints, Dec le,
mitvveL;s, Bvi.l ie;finowita-11,110.1..