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PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS CARDS
AT ME,G-A E(AN-A. CO.,
Deafen in Broad Tor Goal. B. L.
/Jogai:tan, General Agent, HeConnellatown, Huntingdon
Miner and Makatea Broad To Coal. Office Hun
g": 1 A. .11111:L1.Ri: - ' -
‘_A_ ♦ Denleein ardedit. eonfactiotuirlee, de.. de
DR: JOHN MeCULLOCH, offers his
professional vertices to Lir citizens of Huntingdon
ieinity. Onion on 111.11.etroet, one door east of Itoed's
prog Btora • Aug. 28, '55.
T S. MILLER,
• piopitetor of the Excbange Ilotel
Q. S. SMITH,- Dealer in Drugs, Medi
. duet, PeePatuery, Dye Etude, Otle, to. Aleo—Oro-
ceries, Confeettoneritia, ge.. Huntingdon, Pe.
Dealer In Books, Stationery and Magical Imam
tnruta, Huntingdon, Ea.
T M. CUNNINGHAM & BRO.
UP • Founders, Huntingdon, P.,
TAMES A. BROWN,
D.fler in hardware, Cutlery, Paints, 011 e, &c; hunt
AI ri ROMAN,
LI, Dealer in Ready- Made Clothing, Hats and Cape,
boot. and Shoed, &c.
_UP Mater in Pry G0a1 , 6 Ready Stale antlitng, Grocer
les, Queettewtre, &c: &c:
GurmAN.A, 00., 'Dealers in Ready
made Clothing, Iluntingdon, Pn.
- 1 - 1 P. GWIN,
j_ Dealer in Dry Goods, Grocerlee, Hardware, Queens
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shone, dn.
FISHER & SON ? Dealers in Dry Goods,
Chain, &c., lluntin ode Pa:
Dealer In Gentlemen's, Linker• end Misyss• Boots,
Stints. Clatters, 3loroeco Lerther, etc.
TOSEPII REIG GER.,
Watelbsnaker and dealer In Watellea, Clocks. and Sew
Plain and Ornamental Marble Manufacturer
TORN F., RANEY, County Surveyor,
Irintingdon, Pa.: Office on TIM street, one door east
of the Huntingdon Marble Yard.
lirrrar-Ncria—b. T. Wation, Philadelphia; J. P. Lesif•,
Geologist, Philadelphia; Charles Mickley, Rough and
Ready Furnace, Hon. Jonathan
RICHARD LANGDON, Miner and
Dealer lu Demi Top Coal, Hopewell, Bedford coon
t,y, (Nor. 3,'55.
A iNi3 tEt, AN c & I (10., 11V lal
ers in Br an d Top row Top, lip on co.,
[Nor. 3, 1853.
COUNTRY DEALERS can
buy MIMI Stl from mein Huntingdon ' at
,- WHOLESALE as cheap as Or) . can in the
et tios, a. I barn a it hol,salo atom in l'biladApltla.
Huntingdon, April 1.4.1858. • H. 11931-AN.
12 itY GOODS!—A fine assortment on
hand for the occornmodotion of customer', nt BP:N./-
w "Cheap Corner," Market Square. • (oct2B )
I,ZTONE-WAltl43 at S. S. Smith's Gro
cery, 20 per cent. cheaper, than any other place in
TT K. INEF.F, M. P.,
PHYSICIAN' AND SUJZCEOX.
Ormr,llill eirtket.'opposite. Dr. TAPlen, offers his profez
Mona' I.cl - rims to the citizens of Ilmkiingdon nod ticinity
JOSY SCOTT. SAYWIL T. O.OOITX.' I. 11. 0. CORDIN
AW PAItI.'NERSIIIP.- ..
j J. U. 0. Cotu.o: lins, from this date, become o mem
.r of the tires of ,
SCOTT & BROWN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
„; • • . ncamoncral "
in vi hid, name the lmeinese will still be conducted.
Hun t Ono, S., 18,60. ' • ;
A vt _-, VIOLINS,
SYMPIIONIANS, ACCORDFANS AND FIVES,
For sale cheap at
LEWIS' 1300 K. STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE
' DE YPIST,
Has remol NI to the Thick fio,c oppoFite the Court limn•
April 1:.1, 1559.
YOU THE VOLUNTEERS,
i AS REDUCED PRICES',
A LARGE STOOK OX HAXD'AT
LEWIS' BOOK STORE
OM Book.. Magnintx, or 14611clitions or nu} kind,
un4 to order:lf left at
LEWIS' 1300 K ti STATIOXERI STORE
TUSINESS NEN, TAKB NOTICE!
It you want your card neatly "whited upon cued
open, can at
LElrts , BOOK AXD STA TIOXER r STORE.
stlt, Olt TILE LADIES.
• superjor stllcle• of Note Paper and 'Envelopes,
Mae for confidential rOriesponclence. for sale at
LEWIS' BOOK sr:IT/ONE/2r STORE.
PAPER! PAPER !-
Notn, Yo,t , Convnercial, Foolok-ap and Flittenpn
fond Anartine,rig Gitirlde ty tke ratty, hair rpm, quire or
J.TrCIS . SBW BOOK I. STAMM:* STOOK.
An , - ,;136 hire nnaintiled iseontUits with %Mt, 'or 'nix
mouths standing or longer, RTC ewrnently requested to
tall and settle up sod lave coats. I Amst here money or
quit business. 1.F.V1 I ESTBItOOK.
Ple MI its redeem Drenches, ezoeuie,l in the beet
• ;, e known In the art, at
D, G. CRANE'S GALLERY,
1332 Arch Street, East of Sixth, Vs ilsdelphin.
tifo liZe is Oil and Pmtile, Stereoitcoplc Portrattm, Am-
Lrotypte. I.l.lgucrrec.type, ,to., fur Calm
Mega, te. INov.l4,q3oodit..
_LA Dp th , box. pock, or iP , II gnontitp, far sole at
MI S' BOOK AND STATIONER Y STORK
li - 0P SKIRTS with from 4 to 30
Ia h .pa, priamfrom 23 cts. to $2,0001 the cheap
store D. P. CI Wll4l.
JAMES Collars, very cheap and beau-
Ural, at D. P. GR'IN'S.
ASplendid variety of Carpets, only
25 ctn. p e r yard. FSSIISR t SON..
uARRISBURG STONE•IVARI3 !1!
crocks, Jogs, rißierre Jars Lc., of superior
quality. Vold only,by JA311 , ..5A. BROWN
pP.• P. GWIN keeps the •hergest, best
. assortment and cheapest Shoes in town. Call and
- canine them.; • '
110110 OPED SKIRTS worth 2 50 will
be cold for $1 25 et We cl en ntora of
IF you want' handsome Goods, good
floods, cheap Goods, end otl kta 1 of Goods,goto
D. P. OIVIY 'B.
CULL at P : GWIN'S if you want
Goon 0000$. ,
ROCIIRIES, s te.-Call at the
cheap store of BENJ. JACOBS- Ail lauds of cimn
try produce taken in eacimage at the hlgheat market pri
BOATS dt.SHO?&S, Hats, c t, Capa,.tha
largest assortment and ebetiPeet to 6e tot,"
D. P. GITLYB
GUN A11.10.,LS AND LOC.X.B:=A
D t tO en l at
WN'S 11. 1 1.1tDWA118 STORE.
ClUlVf SIIOES, cheaper at D. P;i:iw . in's
kit thoq c4tilx) bid In town. Cedi and see them.
DARK Co)prod Palm Hoods, best qual
ity, gib. 50 ate udi. FISHER & EON.'
COAL OIL.& COAIj OIL LAMPB
for 75 ceete 91-upwarde;at the
OWN. store o
T HE t•e..st, Tobapcq in town,a . t
lt( WA LAMP ollimNEys_ n .
Jun received at the harlystee lON* 0C
JAS . . A. BROWN,:
.. - • :'. . ' • .
'BLANK BOOKS, . •
or vamous aura• for rale at
I,V11"1 , 5" 4 001; AND. srA vo,yE.F 1," stapz.:
• A LATiGE AND EFAITTIFUL
And the Sacred Places Surrounding the
HOLY CITY ; . '
AS TREY APPEARED IN ANCIENT TIMNS
The above irork is rommendt4 to the favorable notice
of clergymen, and those baring charge of Sussdapechools,
Blblo-classes, and pfiblic institutions.
It Is about 9 feet long and 6 feet wide, colored and var.
sashed, and mounted on canvas with rollers.
It law bees constructed from the moot reliable and au
thentic sources, end will be found an invaluable aid to
those engaged in lecturing on the Holy Land,• or in Im
parting Instruction to school classes on the subjeet to
s hlch It refers.
It Alva to give an exact idea of the city as it appearod
In antient times. It is taken as a "bird's eye" or " bal
loon" view, the beholder being, in imagination, placed at
a conslderable elevation, so at to take a comprehensive
view of the city and the whole country for some distance
The view ig accomfauled with an OutlinelCey, In which
the different localities are numbered, and a Deecriptive
Manual containing all the information necessary to era-
We one to use the clew to Advantage to teaching or tee.
THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL TIMES.
TLii is' a 'Weekly Religious Paper, publishetrat the very
low price of ON F. pO GI, AR A YEA ft; It is &-
aligned for l'arents,Teachers; and all who are engaged or
Interested in the religious training of the young, It is
alas an excellent Family Paper.
A portion of the Stowloy-School Time: is occupied with
Narrative's and other mutter particularly interesting to
young persons. Teachers will find in it much that they
will like to read to their clams—interesting matter pre
pared to their bends, nod each as they cannot find else
here. For the same reasons, members of Biblisclasses,
and the older ',cholera generally, will be greatly benefit
ed by the perusal of this paper.
The Aindely-School Thee, hoe every week a report of
the choicest matter, selected from the Noon 'Prayer Meet-
Inge, which arc eo Interestmg to all classes of Christians.
Besides a large amount of general religious Intelligence,
the Sunday-Selina Tames contains all the most recent Sun
day-school news. It reports all the important Centel/.
Coos of Sunday-school teachers. It discusses the ques
tions which most interest and perplex teachers and pa
rents. respecting the various methods of ltellgions Train
ing for oho young, the means of gaining the attention
and of of children, mid especially of securing their
convcriilon and bringing them to Christ. The subject of
Mission-Schools for cities, and of Sunday-school mission
ary weak fOr the, interior, Is thoroughly canvassed. ,In
deed, thsre is hardly it topic of practical Importance to
any who are tinterested in the subject of religions educa
tion. which is sot here brought under coneideration from
week to week.
The conductors pf this paper endeavor to remember,that
I ho groat end of all Chrintinu effort info bring min to Christ.
They aim accorilingly i to' put Into every number of the
'paper something which shall have for Its direct of ject the
conversion of soul.
The proprietor. of the Sunday-School Times how at
qttired the ext.lueive right of eaio of the Aplendid work
mentioned ninn'e, the MAP OF ANCIENT JERUSALEM,
offer it no a special premium to those stmerititendentx.
letieltern, or others, who will moist in getting new id,.
iitiriiiere to Theynper. •
- - .
offer till's tutterb prepiium to any ono s'hO
'sett'," Its the - uanies of 12 prse . stibset titers mid sl2ln mob.
fn every case_ hcforo beginning to canvass, be sore
tow rite to us and obtain the necessary documents end
Instructions. These will help you greatly In prosecuting
the uork, and ei ill save you loony mistakes. Enclose b
cents to pay postage. Address
PEOPRILTOIOI OF OCR EUXDBY-SCROOL TOM,
14S South Fourth street, Philadelphia.
N.B.—Specimens of the snndayßchool, Times, and a
copy of the Map of Ancient Jerusalem, may be Been at
the Bookstore of WII. LEWIS, 11unlingdon. •
- April 10, 1061.—t.f.
pITILADELPIIIA AND READING
AND AFTER MA I' 2M, • 18G0
Ts o pavrenger trains leave Itarrisburg Daily, (Sundays
exceptett,) at 8.00 A. M., and 1.15 P. 51. ' for
arriving there at 1.25 P. M., and 6.15 P. 51.
Iteturaing,' leave Philadelphia at 8.00 A. IV., and 11.50
P. 51., arriving at Ilarrkhurg at 12.45 noon and 8.50 P. M.
Fares, To Philadelphia. No. tetra, $3.25; No.: (in gun •
Fares: To Reading, $1.63 nod $1.30
At Reading, connect nab train* for Pottsville, Miners.
rifle, Tamaqua. Catamissa r ait.
Four trains leave Heading for Philadelphia daily, at 6
A. M., 10.45 A. 51.. 12.30 noon cal 3.43 I'. N.
bravo Philadelphia CrO Beading at 8.00 A. 11,1.00 P. It,
3.30 I'. H., and 500 P.
Fares: Beading. to Philadelphia $1.75 and $1.45.
The morning train from Harrisburg connects at Reading
with up train for Wilkeshrwro, Pittston and Scranton.
For through ticket.; and other Information apply to
J. 3. CLYDE,
July 18 1060. General Age-rd.
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE TO NEW
• + • lIITAU •
• ,r•r • :•` er..t . ta:•' :• Sirl EL‘
•••••• ." Nt , w , agiteme
SHORTEST IN DISTANCE AND QUICK
EST IN TIME
nuniTEN THE TWO CITIES OF NEW rOEK AND
RADHLSBURO! VIA !LEADING, ALLENTOWN
monsixa lliParsg, West. leaven New York at 6A. 31,
arriving nt Ilarrivbnrg at 12.43 noon, only 6,4 Isourt.
tweet tint too cities.
MAIL LINE leaven Sew York at 12.00 noon. and anivee
nt II arrisbura nt R. 30 P. M.
Monatao Mall. Lies Root. leaves Itartieburg at 8.00 A
31., arriving nt New York nt 4.30 P. 31.
ArTLENOON llamas Liar- Prt.t, lettece ILtrrisburg at
1.15 P. TJ4 nrci ring at lien• York nt 0.00 P. 3i.
'Connections ore made nt Ilarrieburg at 1.00 P. 31., with
the Pageenger 'fining in each direction on the Poutlayita-
Ida. Cumberland Valley nod Not thorn Central Railroad.
All trains connect at Rending it ith train, for Pottevillo
and Philadelphia, and at Allentown for Stanch Chunk,
No change of Passenger Cars or Thiggsgo between New
York and liarTiebnrg. by the 6.00 A. M. Line from New
York or the the 113 P. 31. from Harrisburg.
For beauty of scenery, add speed, comfort and lICCOM
mod nt ad, route presents superior inducements to the
Fare between New York and Ilarrbdatrg Oro dollars.—
Par tickets and other information apply to
J. J. CLYDE, General Agenk, Ifafr(sburg.
July IR, 1660,
rus AGAIN COMIENCED TILL
BOOT AND SLIOE-MAKING.
ONE DOOR EAST OF 11. ROMAN'S CLOTHING STORE.
lliVold customers and the public generally, will give
him n I tuntingdon, Oct. 20, 1800.1
The undersigned respectfully Inform the public thnt
tbty pave purchased the ALEXANDRIA MOWERY and
wilkOontinue the bUSille,lll, and endeavor to give general
All orders will be promptly attended to.
WM, ItOTIIROCK t :
Alexar.dria, Feb. 22, 1860. NVII, 61, KI11BY•
ALEXANDRIA FOUNDRY.- 7
lICKI En C. McGILL, manufactort4 of 'alrk Inds of
&Whigs, forge and rolling mill. grist and saw mill, thrash.
jog Joachim', algid and eleigh soles„.wagou boxes, stoves of
various Linde, kettles. plough abeam to suit all kinds of
ploughs; also, car wheels and railroad work, and has a
new and Improved plough that renders smisfaCtion to nil
farmers that have used them. I still keep all kinds of
plough shears and ploughs at Mourn. Fisher & MeMiar-
We's, Ilontingdon, and at Mr. George Eby's, Mill Creek,
and will fill all orders promptly. The termer. will save
motley by getting shears and ploughs of MNIII.L, at the
foundry headluarters, the place to boy cheap. All kinds
of .produce, old metal and lumber, taken in exchango.—
livingthe pay and save ten per cent.
R. C. WWI&
'Alexandria, March 7,1E60.
jiL l OOTS ,14 SHOES:;--01tV 4nd • young
can be Wed at BBNJ. JACOIdS' Store in Market
square, Huntingdon, Pa. (0ct28.)
cOAL OIL!! COAL OIL!!!
amen A. Drown eells the genuine ‘. PORTLAND KENO..
SENE,' , on GOAL OIL, clear as realer.
This is the only kind of oil that gives entire salisfation
ad nn agent for light.
Beware of counterfeits and colored carbon oils. They
emit an offensive smell and smoke. - •
A large variety also of
COAX. OIL LAMPS,
Chimneys, Globes, Wicks. Burners, Shades, Ac., &c., told
nt the very lowest prince, at theillardware Store, Lltt4tlng
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES,
TIMITORSE AND HIS DISEASES,
TIER HORSE AND HIS DISEASES„ -
A VALUABLE BOO*,
For sale of LEWIS' BOA Store.
EVERYBODY'S LAWYER,• • •
EVERYBODY'S LAWYER, '
A VALUABLE BOOK,
For sale ak LEWIS' Book Store.
THE FAMILY DOCTOR,
THE FAMILY DOOTOR,
THE FAMLLY DOCTOR, _ _
A V t I:LIiABT. 4 K BOOK,
For sale at LEWl . S' i ßoalr Store.
LONOSTRETH ON THE HONEY BEE,
LGNGSTRETII ON' THE HONEY BEE,
LONGSTRETU ON THE HONEY BEN,
A VALUABLE BOOK,
For sale at LEWIS' Book Store.
DOWNING on FRUIT and FRUIT TREES,
DOWNING on FRUIT and FRUIT.TAPES,
D,OWNING on FRUIT and' FRUIT
' For 3alo at I..PIM' Book Store.
D. P. GAVIN .
HAS JUST OPENED
SPRING AND SUMMER.
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM,
April 10, 1061.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS! !
FISHER & SON
TILE PUBLIC ARE INVITED TO CALL
EXAMINE OUR GOODS.
FISHER & SON.
April 10, 1 861.
pisToLs! PISTOLS !I
ColVv, Sharpe', Smlll & Weivon'a, and all Improved
patterns of ❑evolvers, Pistols. Cartridges, Bowlo Mayo.,
Zr.. Lc., for sale at the Ilardwaro Store of
JAMES A. BROWN.
May 21, 1861. . Huntingdon, Pa.
BOOTS & &HOES!
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
LEVI WESTBROOK'S STORE.
All in grant of Boots and Shoes, for old or young, me
reverted to call and examine my stock.
Huntingdon, May 3,1861.
ORMANS' COURT SALE.-
‘. ll pursuance of an order of the Orphans' Court of !fun.
tlngdon county, there still be exposed to Public Sale, on
the to mdse.',
On SATURDAY, tho 15111 day of June next,
nll the right, title and Interest of John Morningstar, deed.,
of, lo and to tt certain TRACT OF LAND, situnte in Tod
township, in mid county, bounded on the northwest by
land, now or into, of James EntreklmEsg , on the north•
east by ionic of Itichrvel Stone, on tbo oonth-west by
lands of Frederick Crum and Henry Item, and by other
otitis, containing Ninety Acres, net measure,
p tin be the slime more or less, upon which trnct there
111 11l Is n !Argo Log Dwelling,llnuie, 45 acres of new
- ly cleared land, the balance being will timbered,
on ,excellent spring of water, young fruit trees. he.
TERMS OF SALF:—One.third of the purchase money
to be paid on conlirmntion of the sale, and the residue in
two equal stimuli pnyments thereafter, with tile interest,
to be secured by the 'muds and ntortgngo of the rowans.
cr. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., of mid day.—
Attendance given by the Ailminlehntors of said dac'd.
Pllll.ll l °MINER,
S TATIONE n Y and JEWELRY
For sale to sgerits and dealers at very reduced rates,
put lip in s nriety envelopes. Fur further information
Address COLEMAN S CO„
(Uvontra) 802 Chestnut St., Phila.
June 4. 1801.
AG EN TS
Can mike from $3.00 to $3.00 per day selling our
COLEMAN k CO..
SO2 Chestnut St.,
The undersigned hoeing been appointed by the
Court of Cenrunnn Pleas of Huntingdon county, Truatoo of
John Y. Hay, an Insolvent debtor, hereby Ores notice to
all persons indebted to the naid May, to make immediate
payineut to the undo, Ligned, end those having claims to
present them for settlement.
N. MILTON SPEED,
Huntingdon, May 30, 1861.-It. Trustee.
(Mate of Christian Lawless, deceased.) •
undersigned auditor appointed by the Orphans'
Court to distribute the balance in the hoods of J. well
Stewart, Esq., administrator of Christopher Lawless, tale
of the borough of Huntingdon, deceased. hereby gives no
tice to all persona interested, that ho will attend at his
office in Huntingdon, oh FRIDAY the 21st day of Juno
next, nt one o'clock, P. 11. for the purpose of nicking raid
distribution, winces all persons having chems against the
mid estate arc requested to present the same or be debar
red from coming in upon sold fund. '
TilEO. IL CREMER, Auditor,
Huntinrdon, Vey 28.1801-41.
V IJ ECEIVER'S NOTICE.
ka notice that I hare been appointed, by tho Court of
Common Pie. of Ilenotipion county, ?tether of all the
credits, hills, book accounts, note. and meta of every
kind, of the firm of Douglas & Johnston, doing business
la Walker and Penn trernahlps, In sold Co. Notice Is
therefore given to all persons indebted to the firm, to
call at my office in Aluntingdon, and make set tieniont.
Huntingdon, June a, 18C1.
4 1. UDITOR'S NOTIIOII-
[Estate of Esther Cox, det'd.]
a undersigned auditor, appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Huntingdon county, to dietributo the balance in
the hands of John Owens, Dig., administrator de bolds non
of Flitter Cox, late of Warriorsninrk township, dee'd.,
hereby gives notice that ho will attend 'at his °Moo In
Huntingdon, on THURSDAY, the 20th day of Juno lust.,
at one o'cloek, P. M., for the purpose of making said dis
tribution, when and where all persons interested :In said
estate are required to provost their Maims against the
sumo or by debarred from touting In upon said fund.
THEO. 11. CREMER., '
,ifontingdon, June 4,4861,-3t. , Auditor.
4eUDITOR'S NOTICE.- •
undersigned Auditor, appointed hv , the Orphans'
Court of Huntingdon county, to make diittibution of the
fund in the hands of John Cook, arlmr. of James 0. Mad
den, late of Springfield township, dec'd., hereby gives no
tice to all pantes hiterested, that ho will attend to the
duties of his appointment, at the office of Scott A Drown,
in the borough of Huntingdon, on THURSDAY, the 27th
day of Juno, inst.,vhen anti where all person, are required
to present their claims or be debarred from coming in on
cold fund, J. 11. 0. CORBIN,
, Huutidectii, Just. 4,1861,3 t, Auditor.
SPRING AND SUMMER
, ROBEIRT ZINO,
Had Street, one door west of Carown's Store,
WITII s REC 6 455011TM61V1 Or
GENTLEMEN'S' DRESS GOODS.
His wolortmea consiet. of
PLAIN AND FANCY TESTINOS.,
the neitioufand'heit that could be found in the city, tilt of
uhich he , will Mite plenum' in exhibiting, and "nuking
up to order. It will cost nothing to call and ommaino bin
goods. Call noon. . •
Huntingdon, April 3,.1861.-3ni.
OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES,
GILT GOLD SHADES,
MUSLIN SHADES, •
BA it:e FITT UREA%
TAPE, CORD AND TASSALS,
4 FULL ASSORTMENT
AT LEW IS' BOOK' STORE
CLOTIEII;VerI , --A large stock on hand,
/ at tho cheap store of BENJ. JACOBS. Call and ex.
amino g oods and prices. „ (0ft28,)
and BAIEEI"S FIXTURES,
A hal:4Bmm aasorta STATIONERYrocoIved and rot• sale at
LEWIS' BOOK & MUSIC STORE
rIONPECTIQW4RIVS of the very best
CoI At Nib
R. ESENWEIN'S TAR AND
ROOD NAPTIIA PBCTORAL,
the best Best Medicine in the woild for the corn of
Coughs and Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, Asthma, Difficulty
in Breathing, l'olpitation of the heart, Diptherir, and
for the relief of patients in the advanced stages of Con
sumption, together with all diseases of the Throat and
Chest, and which predispose to Consumption.
It is peculiarly adapted to the radical cure of Asthma.
Being prepared by n Practical Physician and Druggist
and one of great experience In the cure of the vezloue
diseases to which the human frame is liable.
Try It end bo convinced that it is invalulible in the
cure of bronchial affections. Price 60 cents per bottle.
ESENWEIN'S ARO3IATIC BALSAM
A very valuable remedy for Diarrhea, Dveentery, Cholera
idorbus, and ell bowel altectione. Try ft. Price 25 cents
&Or Tho above Medicines are prepared only
Dlt. A. ESENWEIN & 0.,
Druggists and °herniate,
N. W. Corner Ninth & Poplar Its.,
N. D.—Sold by every rsapactable Druggist and Dealer
in Medicine throughout the atato.
(Juno 'N), 1880.-17.]
RANB 8s BROTHER
'lnform the people generally that they have removed to
the shop lately occupied by Berens kGrim. They have
both had many years experience In the business and they
feel confident In being able to give general satisfaction
to all who may give them work.
They will make or repair any kind of We, wagon work
horse shooing, and all other kind of Iron work.
Their work will be well done and cheaper than can be
had In town.
Huntingdon. April 2,1M:3m..
GROCERIES I GROCERIES I !
A Fl?Eall A RRIVAL
IF you want Carpets and Oil Cloths, call
et D. P. °WIN'S, Whore you will find the largos tee.
eortment 01 town.
DR. 1). S. HAYS offers his professionnl services to
le Inhabitants of Mooresville nod vicinity. Office, •t the
lower bank or Neff Mills, opposite 31ra..lilyton's store.
April 18, 1860-a.
DRAFTING AND Drumm PAM
Trhite and Colored Cant Paper,
For 6ale nt
ZEIVIE BOOK dE STATIOXERT STORE.
I 1? YOU WANT TO BE CLOTHED
cmi at the More of BENJ. JACOUS.
WOSTENTIOLMS' Celebrated I X I.
linhos and Razors, for sale by
JAS. A. .1111 OWN.
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
A LARGE STOCK
Window Curtain Papers,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
G! ASHMAN MILLER.
Has just received a new stock of
Colt and examine Illy now stock.
G. ASUMAN 3111.1=
3lny 3, 1661
WATCHES, J , EWELRY AND
Wo would respectfully infoiut our Giends,pittrons
and the public generally, that we have now in 43)
Store cud offer Wholesale and Befall, at the low
en Cash Prices, a largo and very choice stock of
Watches. Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, of every via
riety and style.
Every description or Diamond Work and other Jewelry
made to order at short notice. 4..7.• All goods warranted
to be es represented.
N. 11.—Particular attention given to the repairing of
Watches and Jewelry, of limy description.
En. 622 Market Street, South aide, Philadelphia.
March 6,1861.-3 m.
11HE 'NEW STORE
WALLACE & CLEMENT,
Have Just received another 'lock of new good', ouch a•
DRY, GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, &C.,
in the store room at the soutleeast corner of the Diamond
in the borough of 'Huntingdon.
Their Stock has been carebilly •elected, and will be
sold low for cash or country produce.
Huntingdon, April 15, 1561.
Mr. JOAN WESTBROOK, Sr., mnnufactures a
INIMENT a hick Is sure to curo Blientratiant. Nocure.
no pny. Persons afflicted should call and try the medicine.
Call at his resident° in Washington street, one door west
of Ler' Westbrook.
Ituntlnt,,ion,Mnrclt 20, 1661
rnaroa RAP!' GALLERY,
N 0.731, -trek Sired. Philadelphia.
One of the largest and moat complete Galleries in the
, Staten, where the beet 'lnterco, known to the Pho•
tographie art, are taken at prices no higher
than aro paid for miserable caricatures.
The Proprietor, a practical Photographer, attend, per-
Aonnlly, every eltting—and inflows no picture to leave the
Gallery unless it give. perfect satisfaction. ,
Paguerreotypee and Arnbrotypen, of alumni or tleoetuted
friend., photographed to any required sire, or taken on
Canvass, life size, and painted in 011 by tho best Artiste.
At this Gallery pictures can be taken in any weather—
its perfect In cloudy days no when the nun shines.
Persons visiting the city are reepeet fully invited to ex.
amino our epeelnienn, which fur price and quality defy
In strue tio n I given in the art of Photography.
From Ron. Lewis D. Campbell, M. C., Ohio.
My family and friends all concur in the opinion that
the (Non ell) picture is more life-lika than any thing they
ever ease. My likeneas boo been repeatedly taken by dif
ferent Artists in various ways, but I have never yet had
one which presents tiO true to nature, all the features and
expressions of countenance as this,
From Hon. E. Joy Mortis, Into Mitister to Italy,
Tho exquisite finish, beauty and softness of your por
traits, conjoined w ith their durability of eolor and faith
fulness aa likenesses, cannot foil to commend them to the
attention and patronage of ail who Appreciate true art.
From Col. JaMes DigO. '
Having ocescion for,,a portrait,/ proonred ono from Mr.
Robert Newell of the city of Philadelphia, a miniature in
Oil Colors, un der the nets process elbscorend by MIN and
take great pleasure in expressing the satisfaction given
me, not only by the accuracy of the likeness, but its artis
tic ankh in all respects, andxe,commends him to tho pab
femme of these disposed to encourage the, bemarful art
Nov. 28, 1660 Jan. P/toO.
1 2 10 W ARD ASSOCX A F T
m l.O l,
A N ii , mtpui
A nevolent /ratan/ion established by epeeist/ pudaramea,
for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed, afflicted with
Virulent and Epidemic Diseases, and especially for the
Cure of nt.'s... of the Sexual Orgasm
Medical Advice given gratis, by the Acting Surgeon, to
all who apply by letter, with& description of their condi
tion, (age, occupation, habits of life, Ac.,) and in cases of
extreme poverty, Medicines furnished free of charge.
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhsea, and other Diseases
of the Sexual Orgatile, and im the new Remedies employed
to tlse•Dispensary, sent to the afflicted in sealed letter en
tekmes, free of charge: Two or three Stamps for postage
will be acceptable.
vtddreese, DR. S.'SKILLEE' HOTPSIITON, Acting Bar
yon, froward Association, N 0.2 South Ninth Streets/IAI.
adelphla, Pa. By orderer the Directors.
• - 41Z11./i D. HARTWELL, President.
GEO. FAIRCHILD, keerdarY•
SOUND ON THE
. SOOT & SHOE QUESTION. •
liku, Just opened the best assort
ment of Goods to bid Ilan, ever brosight , to HuntiogdOn.
Ills stock of BOOTS and SHOES for Ladies, Get:kilo-Ai:
men, Misses, Boye and Children, comprfses all the /Y
latest fashions, and manufactured of, the boot ma
Wrists. • •
Al.?, a fine essochnent of RATS for men, goys
and Children . ROBE in great variety for Gentle..
men Ladles, Mimes and Children. CARPETBAGS,
811 Bv•MDF•RS , GABTERS, FANS, Sc., Se.
SOLE•LEATITER. CALF SKINS, MOROCCO, LASTS
and SIIODFINDINOS generally.
Thankful for put favors, a continuance of the same le
N. B.—Boots and Shoes for Ladles and. Gentlemen, re
paired and made to order. '
Ifuntingdon, April, El, Bled. ,
CALL AND SEE.
BOOTS k SHOES,
GALLERY Or ART,
724 Arch Street, Phlladellibit,
pENNSYLVANIA. RAIL ROAD.
TIME OF LEAVING OF TRA,INB
' i ',l g ASH MEM
WESTWARD. I , EASTIVARIT
p t , 5
~,. h4s 9 p, .
e 3 3,„ BTATIONg. g
P. Y. P. Y. A.Y.I 4.m.1 r.li 1 P. M.
4 23 Ve ri , tort linmilton, 1 23
431 ' Mt: trIAIM, 10 28 116
4 46 81111 Creek, 1 01
4 59 646 5 53 Huntingdon, 6 53 10 00 12 50
5 15 Petersburg, 9 47 12'85
5 23 ..... Barrer., . 12 28
5 90 8 19 Spike,' Creek 9 36 12 21
5 45 Birmingham, 12 05
5 54 0 40 Tyrone, 9 17 11 65
8 04 ...,. Tipton 9 6.9 11 43
6 09 Foetorta, 11 38
'8 13 Dell's Mlll4, 0 02 11 134
630 7 65 7 10 Altoona, -... 4 45 8 80 11 20
• BROAD TOP
`l, Passenger Trains
neigtoAD.—ctiANGE 07 St
Uu and sneak/day, Junel7th,
will arrive and depart as follows:
UM% Huntingdon et 11.20 A. 51.'& 4.15 P. H.
Saxton " 9.10 A. 51.
Arrive at Hopewell " 9.46 A. M.
• DOWN TRAINS, ,
Leave Hopewell at 10.00 A. Bt.
Saxton " 10.35 A.lll. & 0.30 P. M.
Arrive at Huntingdon 12.30 P. Bt. & 8.30 P. H.
J. J. LAWRENCE,
Juno 17, 1561
UNITED STATES INFANTRY
For the instruction, exercise, and Manoeuvres
of the United States Infantry, Including In
fantry of the Line, Light infantry, and Rifle
men, prepared under the direction of the War 6
Department, and authorized and adopted by
the Secretary of War, May Ist, 1881, contain- IX
ing the school of the soldier the school of the
company; Instruction for ekirmiahere, and the
general calls; the calla fur skirmisher*, and the •
school of the battalion; including the articles t
of war and a dictionary of military terms.
Complete in ono volume. Price $1.25. For
sale at Lewis' Book Store.
THE HANDY BOOK
UNITED STATES SOLDIER,
On coming into service: containing a complete system of
instruction in the Fchool of the Soldier, with a pi ellmtna
ry explanation of the formation of a Battalion on Parade,
tine Position of the ousters, Ac., Sc., being a first book or
introduction to authorized O. S. Infantry' actics, Just pub
li.hed. Price 25 cents. For sale at •
T.EWIS' BOOK STORE.
Hardee's Rifle and Light Infantry
Complete in 2 vols. Prim $1.50. For sale et
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
Aka- The Books sent by mail to any addretut on the re'
ceipt of the price.
Huntingdon May 28, 1881.
To An 'Persons in Possession of any
Arms Belonging to the Government.
11.1861866813, May V, 1861.
Sir:—The Act of Assembly, approved
the 15th day of May, A. D. 1851, entitled, "Au Act to cre
ate a loan and to provide for 'arming the State." require.
the collection of Military arms belonging to the State, for
the purpose of remodeling and dlstrlbuttOn.
You aro hereby instructed to furnish, at once, to this
Department, the names of all the Captains of Companies
wino have such arms in their pooleasion, stating the num
ber and description thereof. You will also employ smile
nnituble person or persons to collect all thorn to the hands
of disbanded Companies and individnnla throughout)oar
Brigale, and to box up and send the some to tne nt this
place. li. 31. BIDDLE.
Inuosne Insrscron's 0Y7X02,
ALEXANDRIA, Juno 6, 1861.
Any Individuate knowing persons to hare t i m aforesaid
tun's, are required to report to me, or ho held to answer
the same se those persons eecreting them.
It. C. 31cOILL,
Dy order of Adjutant General.
ottHE HUNTINGDON FOUNDRY IN
BLAST AGAIN!-The subscribers take this method
sforming their friends and the public generally, that
-• they have rebuilt the Huntingdon Poem
. - dry, and are now in successful operation,
\ CFR., and are prepared to furnish Castings of
..,-,,Mcic,,;;;; every description, of best quality and
' workmanship, on short notice, and on
reasonable terms. Farmers are invited to call and exam
ine our Ploughs. We are manufacturing the Hunter
Plotlet This plough took the first premium at the Thin
tingdon county Agricultural Fair last fall. Also, Hunter's
celebrated Cutter -Ploughs. which can't be brat-together
with the Keystone,Hillside and Bar-shear ploughs. We
have on lined ri aro manufacturing Stoves—sech as
Cook, Parlor, and Office stoves for wood or coal. Hollow
aim°, consisting of Kettles, Boilers,' Skillets, &c., all of
'which we will sell cheap for mils or in exchange for collo.
try produce. Old metal taken for castings. •By a strict
attention to business; and a desire to please, we hope to re.
seise a liberal share of public patronage.
-T. M. CUNNINGHAM & TIRO.
Huntingdon, April 60,1866.
F OR EVERYBODY.
TRY TILE NEW ,STOI:Et
On .rrat Street oppolite Carman's Mort-
SUGAR and MOLASSES, '
COFFEE, TEA and CIIOCOLATE,
FLOUR, PPM, SALT and VINEGAR.
CONFECTIONERIES. CIGARS and TOBACCO, '
SPICES OF THE BEST, AND ALL KINDS,
* and ON ery other artlcle usually found in a Grocery Store
ALSO— , Drugs, Chomiude, Dye Stuffs,
Pointe, Vernishen, Oita and Spte. Turpentine,
, Shad, Alcebol, Glass and Putty,
BEST WINE and MUNDY for medical porpones.
ALL TILE BEST PATENT 31EDICINES,
and a largo number of al ticles too numerous to mention,
The public generally will pliese call and oxamlue for
themselves and learn 1113 prices,
Iluntivr,don, May 25, 3859.
ENVELOPES AND PAPER
FOR SALE AT
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
DAVID BURL , B. MILTON SPZER
• BLAIR fi, SPEtR,
HUNTINGDON, PA. '
Office on main Sttook, ono door %VGSt of Wilson k Petri
ken`e. All professional 6uniness promptly attended to.
lluntingdon,llarch 27,1811.-3 m. '••
GRAFFUS STILLER, Propridor.
T. WHITE, It,
HUNTINGDON, PA. .
• • nu , rl,Noix)x, PA,
. , NUR, nno , nsrynnzo. RAILROAD DEPOT, ,
• • JOHN S. MILLER; Proprietor
Huntingdon, April 10, 1801:
CULL at the 'new CLOTHING STORE
j of OUTMAN & CO., If you want a good article. of
Clothing. Store room in Lone'! now building, in the Dia
mond, Huntingdon. - Sept:9, 1857.
Will be received by the enbetriber far mining afte
Ivering into mire the coal from the Powelton and Dir.
net Coileriec, for one year, ending‘kfarch grit, 1802.
The coal to be delivered at nonsuch per, ton, of 2440
no aforesaid, In the bent marketable condition, free from
elate, and 'other Impurities, in mush quantities and of each
deicriptiob as may be ,deeignated by; the orders of. the
The contractor will beprovi . ded alibis - fish mining tools
and iniplements, oases, &C.. as ; May be on ,the
premlies, Valuation of which will be mate at the time
poesession in given, the amount Of which valuation 86' be
accounted for at the expiratlen of the contract.
Vol gore will ha provided. A 1494ecittironi wlllbe
charged tor hones..
- The Mines to be worked subject toench mining engineer
an the lessae may provide, For further Information apply
to ROBT. lIARE POWELL, -
No. 104 Walnut Street:
Yeb. 20, 1881 Ar. • ' PhEndelphia, Pa.
TEM lamest stockof Be Laines in town
by FISHER & SON.
Ctfi l Lz a t o. , GWI : N' if
. 3cau : *a:ett,
11 - P." GOVAN'S la" the place to buy
LS good and elwapPempote.'
WRAPPING •PAPER !. .
Q POI ettlele for mile aL
TT OMES FOR THE INDUSTRIOUS
' GARDEN ETATR OP TIIN WEST. --
Thelied% Conoral Railroad Company have for gals
Of Rid, Fanning Lands in Tracts of Forty Acres and
Upward, on Long Credit and at Low Prices.
MICRANICS, FARMERS, AD WORIDI ODOM
The attention of the enterprising and industrions ,por ,
Mit of the Community is directed to the following suits.
meats and liberal inducements offered them by the
/LLI OIS'CLYIRAL RAILROAD Cowen,
Which, is they will perceive, will enable therm, by Pro Per
energy, perseverance, and indastry,to provide comfortable
and permanent homes for themselves and amines, with,
comparatively speaking, very little capital.
LANDS or iLLININIL •
No State in the valley of the Slisebeippi offers eo mat
an Inducement to the, settler as the Mate of
There in no. portion of the world where all of the coed!.
tion of climate and 101 l ao admirably combine to protigte
thois two great etaplex; Ohre and wheat, ite the prairie, of
Ittca Itoturra PRAIRIZ LAZCD3.
The deep rich loam of the prairies Ix cultivateti ' Wilh
such wohderful facility that the farmers of the Eastern
and ?diddle States are moving to Illinois in great numbers.
The area of Illinois Is about equal to that of England, and
the moil Is so rich that It will eupport twenty millions of
people. - ,
Liman AND iounixnag MAREsta.
These lambs are coatiguoue to a railroad seven Hundred
hallea In length; which connects with other roads and nav
igable lakes and rivers, thus affording in unbroken com.
municatation with the Eastern and Sopthbrn markets.
APPLICAIIOII or COITAL
Thus for cordial and labor hate titan appllod to develop
og the Boil ; the greet resources of the State In coal and
Jilin are almost untouched. The invariable rule that the
mechanic arta flourish best where food and fuel are cheap•
eat, will follow at en early day in Illinois, and In Oa course
of the next ten years the natural law, and necessities of
the ease warrant the belief that at least five - hundred
thousand people will be engaged in ,the State of Winds in
the various mannacturing employments.
E.A11.110A7; SYSTEM or Itimoss.
Over $100,000,000 of private capital Lave bean expended
on the railroad system of Illinois. Insomuch as part of
the income from eeveral of these work,, with a valuable
public feud in lends, go to diminish the Stets expellees,
the taxes aro light, and moat consequently ovary day de
The State debt is only $10,105 , 30814 , and within the „
last three years has been reduced 52,959.746 80 ; and we
may reasonably expect that in ton yams .1t will become
The State le rapidly tilling up with population ; 863 ;
026 petsons having been added *lnce 1860.1)1011,4 the pop•
ulation 1,7/11,106—a ratio of 102 per cent. IA ten yang.
AORICT , LTURAL PRODUCTS
Tho agricultural products of Illinole ere greater than
those of any other State. The products sent out during
the pasttyear exceeded 1400,000 tuns. The wheat crop of
1880 approaches 35.000,000 hutthele, while the corn crop
yields not less than 140,000,000 bushels.
Nowit . ere can the lodustrienui 'iecnro Buell imme
diate results for Ids later as upon these they
being composed ors:deep rich loam, the fertility of which
uneurpaeted by any on the globe.
To Acron Cm:masons
Since 1854 the company havneold 1,300.000 amt. - They
sell only to actual curtinators. arid awry con Itract containe
an agreement to malice*. The road has been eanttruetki
through these Lands at an expente of $30,000,000. In 1850,
the population - of the 49 counties through which' it passes
was only 835,599, since which 479,393 hart bent added, ma
king Ms whole population 814,691—a gain of 143 per sent. ,
Mcmzxces or Pioserrtrrr
Ae en evidence of the thrift of the tempi . % it may be
stated that 1560,000 tons of freight, including 8,600,000 hue.
of grain and 250,000 Intirele Of Dour, were forwarded over
the line lag year,
Mechanics and workingmen will find 11w free school
eystein encouraged by the Btato and endowed with a hags
revenue for the support of school.. Their children can
live in eight of the church and school house, and grow up
with the prosperity of the leading state in theOreat Wen.
ern Empire. • , - '
Pracre Tram or PASILECt.
The prices of these lands very from $8 to $25 per acre,
aconliug to locution, quality, &e. First-class fanning lends
sell for Shout $lO or $l2 per acre; and the relative expimse
of subduing prairie land, as compared with woodland, is In
the ratio of one to ten im favor of the former. The Orem
()reale for the bulk of nine lends will be
Oea YEAR..B 'INTERMIT lac Anvescx,
at fix per cent per minim,- and slx Interest notes at six
per cent.payable respectively in one, two, three, four,five,
and six yearn from date o sale; and four notes for princi
pal, payable in four, five. six, and saved years, from date
of sale ; the contract stipulating that one-tenth of the tract
purchased shall be fenced and cultivated, each and every
year for flue years from the date of sale, so that at the end
of five ye trs onnhalfshall ho fenced and under cultivation.
Twnarx Pan CERT:WILL Ba DLEVOIRTA.'
from the valuation for cash, except the same should be at
six dollars per acre, when the cash price will be $5 dollars
Pamphlets descriptive of the lauds, soil, climate, pro
ductlous, prices, and tonne of pa) meat, can be had on AP
plication to T. W.,FOSTEIt,
Laid Commissioner, Illinois Central itallroad;
For the nnmes of the Onions, villegeffl, and eiiieseitunted
upon the Illinois Central 10111rond, lee ngas 188, 188, and
lOU Applotou'elleilnay Guide. .
GREAT WORK ON THE HORSE
THE HORSE & HIS DISEASES
HT ROBERT JENNINt3S. V. S n •
Professor of rugugogy awl Operalire Surgery in the
Veterinary College of PhaudelphUr,. etc , etc.
WILL TELL YOU Of tho Origin, llistory and distinctiye,
traits of the various breads of European,
Asiatic, African and American houses,
with the physical formation and pc.
rullarlfies of the "animal,' and hole to
ascortaiu hie ago by the number and
condition of his teeth ; illustrated with
numerous explanatory eugra% lop.
TILE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of Breeding, Breaking, }Hailag, Feeds
. ing, Oiooming, Shoeing, and the getter—
al management of the horse, with the
best modes of administering medicine,
eho, how to trent llifing, Ricking,
, Bearing, Shying, Stumbling, Crib. Bits
lag. Restlessness, and other vices to
which he to eubject; with numerotte.ex
TILE HORSE AND MS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of the causesoymptorim,nild Treatment
of Strnngies, Sore Throat, Distemper,
. , Catarrh, Influenza, Bronchitis, Pneu
monia, Neurally, Broken Wind, Chron
ic Couch, Roaring and Whistling.Lnert
' ' • pie, Sore Mouth and Ulcers, and •1012-
rayed Teeth, with other divans of the
Mouth and Respiratory t Organs.
TUE MORSE AND HIS DISEASES .
S. S. SMITH
WILLTE7.I. TOO Of the mina."' syraptoras,and Trearraent
of Worms, Bots, Oltolio,Strangnlatlon,
Stony mentions, Ruptures, Palsy,
' Urine, Stones in tho Kidneys and Plod.
tier, Inflamation and other diseases of
. the Stomach, Dowels, Liver and
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of tho mums, symptoms, and Treat
ment of Bono, Blood and Bog,•Bpaeln,
Ring Bone, Sweanie: Strohm, Broken
Knees, Wind Galls, Pounder Cranked
Hoofs, Bole Bruhn) and °ma, Canker,
Permeher, Thrush' and Corns; also, or
'Megrims, Vertigo, Epilepsy, Stagnant
' and other diereses of the Feet, Legs,
• and Mad. - . • t • • •
TIIE 1101ISE AND Ins DISEASES
. . . .
WILL TELL YOU Of the canner, symptoms, and, Treat
ment of Fistula, Poll Evil, Glanders,
Percy, Scarlet Fever, 'Mang% Sarfeit.
, . .
Diseases of the Eye and Mart, &a ,&o,
and hOtv to manage Castration, Bleed
ing, Trephining, Roweling. Siring,
Hernia, Amputation, Tapping,and oth
tr surgical operations. •
THE HORSE AED iIISDIStASES
WILL TELL YOU Of Rarey'a'lfetbial of taming Worms;
how to Approach, Halter, or Stable a
Colt; him tc acceetom a Norte to
strange monde and eights, and how to
Bit, Saddle, Ride, and 4/realt .hlm to
- llama's; also the form and law of
- Wstmasnr. The whole being the re
- ' mit of 16 years' careful study of the
, • • ..hablte, pecultaritlmossate mad week
nesse. of this übble and useful animal.
For sale at'Lewls' Book Store. . . •
NARBLE YARD. ' • The i utidereigie'd
• , would rispeetfulip cell the attention of the citlimm
of untingdoa sad the adjoining counties to the cloak of
beautiful marble now au band: Ile is prepared to furnish
at the shortest nets e, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
and ,fgtonm of every desired eke and form of,ltalirm or
Eastern Matblei, highly finished, sad carved' with appro.
Pri tiZiet vi g,aridt d to. ' 'Z ' aV - A 'i n t e4w,'iiila . ar.:, Will be
fueuutgi to order: '. ._, "
W. W. pledges Masaalf to furnish - Material and work.
manebdp equal to any In the spouts*, et a fair pries." Call
and este, before rus pnreltasis elsewbere. Shop, On Hill
eticet, nantingdon, Pa.
Ituatingdon,May 16;11.55.," .•. . • • .
• . ..
THR Qtr -The
rlt r aV " VZ ilni et i VZ
tO 5 enlarged ,and lrunrovad inotzuctets-- " Welad's
ol i and Improved Method for the fltsttar—torand'. Accor
deo°, Violin and Flute Instruotots—,Winnees and Howe's
Violip Instructors—Bellatr;s Holodeon Instructoi—tur•
towee Plano•Totta , ,Prtmer•-;de. - motouihrllass
Howes Drawineltoo"Haktnarqbe MGM Glee / 3 tPk —
Tara'allimk- to. am* at
bzww BOOS, STAZONEET BraßielatltZ.
, • ,
A complete Pocket Ready, Reckoner, in dollars
mite, to which are added forms of Nbtes,' Bills, Re-
Petition., Ato, together with a set of useful tables.
containing rate of Interest from one dollar to tweltB thong
and, by the single Ur, - with Attable of wage., andbOird
by the week and day, published 1111859. Per sale at
" ' ' LBIVIB . .011085 STORE.
kALT P SALT !A - SALT II
Just melee from the. Onc:odego 'Balt Company,
Syrticnee, N. Y., to be sold on conimieeion, either whole
sale or retail, 200 BANISNLS and lON. BACKS of SALT.
Oct: 81, 1800. , . & SON.
Tj ROIME N T DEED PAPER- 7 ,--
rtilod t for'salti
443r.t5 , o o x : -4;2.644,
TEE Steat DZIIT
FLTNXILITY OF SOIL.
EDLICAIto , t
. ; !111.011.1tEtt'S
PRACTICAL CALCIMATOR. ,
PRACTICAL CALCULA7iOIf;_•' 9r ,t ^,
D OFIRE 8 PRACTICAL OW
A Book qf gad CU.:dame - Ai Magmas bpi ,
ration, Noetieell. 4 .1t0.V11 . 14424twat ;
Chmrotyancor. New Editioll,,publiehed.-by J. B. Lip**
colt re Co Pleacteldphics. t - •• .4
'Ealtirork co - Maine 2d4 pigmy and..mileladA / o .9„Ridelt.
and Examples, entirely and thoroughly practical, **has
arlee every day In the common pursuits of Bovines. It
has already passed through a number of edltioni in rapid
succession, and Is_ pronounced by all classes of business
men to be the ;handiest book of reference, yeast/dug to
calculations, that bus Sear be en published.
Every example In the book is worked out in tall and
elated in a plain manner, ao that when a parallel cane mt.
see, those referring-to the work will And no difficulty in
solving it; in a . word, the general arrangement of the
CALCUL/ITO:la simple, that any one who knows hawk),
add, eubtract,'Multiply and dirids, earl easily solve any or
dinfitY example that 'arises In busixtens, or arrive at the
true result ofaicy eetiorate required. -
The chief alai of the soother has bent' to eichew theory
and philosophy In figures,eindrig only at facts arid simpli
city, believing that boluese men care little about spew.
ding Emetic. discussing pre phikaophy pf rube, orthe
science of fignris;deamingiit aufaclent for their purpose
to bo able at a moment, by reference, to arrive at the tree
result. The CALCULATOR differs lath!' respect from all
other Arlthmetics qt the day and kindred wakft—it
key to practical business calculations—it *in the.hinds
of the Mudnees man, what the key to mathematical works
in the Lauds of the teacher in the school room—!t heat.
tales Cote and insures correctosaa ; r„
TIIRWORIc. TREATS OF TRH
Measurement of of Lticalter. of Brick and Brie&
Work, cf atone amintene work, of grata and groin Woo,
°focal and coal bins, of woad, of dolids, of* /quids, of Adv.
ruler, sqtrire or irregular vessels, of cisterns and vats, of
roofing, of plasterer's, painter's, glazier's, paver's, plumb.
er's, paper hanger's -and upholsterers' work. Tt treats of
mummy and of foreign and domestic exchange, of the
decimal system, of reduction end its extended ,applicatiou
to business, of simple and compound interest, aturtheir
entire application to business transactions, with the laws
and-usages governing the same, together with numerous
commercial forma—of legal tender, of .partial payment on
notes, or banking and bank dischunt, of equation of pay
ment and of partnership accounts, of assessment of ,tazne,
of weights and measures, of square and cubic measure, of
the square root and Its application to business of surfaces,
of excavation, end of many other important prattle-el
matters noewithlis the scope of an advertisement to Meg.
tion. , :
IT 1$ JUST TUB BOOS HOB THE
Fanner, the merchant, the mechanic; the attire% or• the
profeesloned man. It hen proven a valuable auxiliary to
the lawyer; the Justice albs peace, the conveyancer, tad
real estate broker, to the assessor, the banker, the clerk,
to the civil engineer and the surveyor, to the carpeutim
end bricklayer, to the stonemason and the plasterer, to
the paper hanger and uphoisterer,to the paver and:the
tiler, de., ke.; each and all will find it eeepted to their VIP
riouc wants better than any book published. - -
*al-Price, 60 cents. For utast Lead.' Book Biota:-
Iluntlngdon, Dec:Xl3, 1660.
CHEAP WATCHES I -pp
,giftf CHEAP WATCHES!! , q -
e rACOB LADOMUS;- - )-s:f Ti
NO. 818, 111AR,KET -STRUT PIIIL4pELELIILt.
I@@'e on hind and Is consfantly receiv ing liige sasbrments
of American, Engtiih, and Stan Watches, which be wIU
toll at lower prices thari ever offeried.' " " • • ••••'
. J. L. would call particular attention to the oelebratO
Astsmcsn Wired, which for accuracy ortinie and dura
bility, and Jam liability of getting out of order, Is superi
or to any other imported watch, mid* at anything like
the same cost. ;Jewelry, Silver and:3llm_ Plated Wpm,
of all styles and patterns.
Gold, Saver and Skit Spectacles, •
with gloms for all eights, with Num., u welt as the,94l
style trainee. All goods cold at my outabliehmant are
warranted to be ae represented. and aatlefactien guaran
teed to all yurebaseu, at NO. 418, Market Street. Corner
of Decatur , . - • i • , [Bept. 19; 1860,-Iy.: •
riILIR "GLOBE ,108".(34116.E ., P
11 Fhb most Coin Plots of 'isby to the elgultri, a t pas.
suedes tho most ample facilities for promptly caseating to
the but style, army Variety of Job Priatlng, etch as ,
lIAND BILLS,.' :) , , , ,
t , • "• 'BL'ANKS,
. • • -POSTERt
BALL -TICKETS,' • •
- BILL HEADS,
LABELS,. &C., &q., &C. •
CALL AND EXAWiNE OFICODIFIOI OF TIDE, ,•
AT LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY # MUSIC STORE.
THE PEOPLE'S COOK BOOK
.A. 74, ITS BRANCip
Carel:ally Reisised by #i4 il-S.•llate
IT Tarn Ton [low to eboose Cl iinds of bltests;Pnaltry,
, and Game, ,vdth uLl..the yariconi And most
approved modes or dressing sod cooking
. Beef and Pork slim the beet and simplest
-. 'way of salting, pickling and curing the
fr -Tuts You All the carious and'lnostapproyeAmodesUf
tinseling, cooking, end boning blutton,
Lamb, Veal, goaltry,iand game of all kinds
with the different Dreseinga, Gravies, and
• • r :fltixilingeeplirOjirialeCo each. • • '
Yda 110 w td choose, clean; and nresernsiPlib , of.
all kinds, and how to sweeten It wb6nAdat,
*0; also itllthe various and ittoWapptiread
n, odes of cc4ing putt tbeC disgrentrlirens-
Game, and, Vegetable.Sonpl,protha4.lls
- • • ' Mews, with t'llo Reines dad SensOttlnta
• r ' !WMPriikletP each, If. " • •i • .3*:
It Tuts Yon
c A m llete Tie g tntttea oi st,Ty ry tnr m ri bd p ml .
- , , also haw tot prepare pie e k ' l e as, Catnips and
Curries of all kinds, Potted Moats, Fish,
• Game, Nnahrooves - !
tr. Tau You Al) the varioug end,most appreverf tiodeieof
Preparing and cooking eft klnde of Plain
. „ and, Feu') Poe try, r 4 , 01 184.: Ouoldt4B.
Fritters, Cakes, Confectionary, Prezerves,
• Jelllee, and Sweet,Dishes of every descrip
Ir I'SMA YOP All the various snit most iibproved modes
' of nuking-Breed, Rusks, Moiline, stict , l3ls--
cult, and the best method of pieporing
" ' • Cetrbe, Chocolate, And:,Tim, and. hew- to
, make Syrups, Cordials, and . Wines qt.Ta
, eons ; ' •
In - Taco You 7row to set out au9 ornament &Table', ftdirlo
all to h 4r d lo o Velln h Pa u ; k thatt l
of abo rt ,
oking as to bring the eh olcsweluxurloa
of the table within the everybody's tomb.
For Sale - at Levriel Book -Store: , : •
' FOR RAtOrtr LEP/ISt - ROOK RIORR
THE 110USR: ANi Pocizi SiktralL.Of Rua &Oitad
tura; or, How to Enna Diallinge, Bsl:l2ift, %tables, and
Out Dweitlogiot altkiddb. f With aCkapter 'ate Clurakaa
and gcbricil-liousis. Price, 00 cant.. '
TILE GARDEN A'Nsw Poem. Maven .
or, Row to Colticati Vegetables Pruitt, tad
Flowent Ink a Chapter' bit 'Orsiathostid: Treas. add
, Shrubs. Price, 50 cent'.
THE PAM: A New Yoder 'slomeg:of' Prlinticat Ai*
culture; or, Erov to WO vat* all the,PleldiCrope. Wlth
an Essay on Pairnlinnegernerik ete PACit o Teddritil.:
DOMESTIC "ANXUALS Pomo , Miami /*Wile,
Iloilo, and Sheep Husbandry; or, Row to Breed and
"Bear the Various Tenants of the IBarn-Pard, etc., oho
Price, 60 cents.
TO I TALH:"A Nis POCirrr SlktretiotConrerastatt
and Debate, with Directions for Acquiring is OrsEi.taLal.
cal Style, and more than Eve Jittodred Commoaaltik
MIMS COrrecte4. .PriCti AO ec,coOP ~ ; I
110,W TO DEFLATE: A Naw Poe= Iffsata,lXof DV**
can Etlquatks; and O ldb td: Carats* -Piwiwinal•llabilai
with Boles for Debating flocietkoraDathatatiya
• eembilas, etc. Price; to eetita:' • .'•'
110 W TO 'DO MI:MU A New Paoli* itslir. al
Practical Allan wed MA to Roam att ige; ws
Collection of Busies Forms, O &Mini:nal Ott:lova e .
znerciel Terms, eta. Driee, , Ao cents,
F.44"'K J AIN EIOU4E,
L o v DIA.VCAATJ'A
• • • Inti3als4llsag, sisc:
VALMINE envsZ, Proriie&x•'!i
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- The citizens tit t did etallUr t s .
CiV i llt i ttertrist" l9- " P n t l i tZta
eioimk TO TgE'brtst , ; 601 tott
, • B A - RGAINS: •' • - •
NEW GROCERY' ' - 1! - • 1 . • - • •
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. • CONTEOTiaIURT•
"6; Liirm •
1 ; Infbrrtur ,tbe . :4l;end at ItT44tearnt . mart.
•,ittltt,lbet beattgs*ed nen , ttfote ontittion
fry tore tu,the basement, undereatznan &CO/Clothing
Stere;Ta the Dtametel; and 'Mull meat .reapettfully re.
- %Mfgpnblto PA r ua° ' Fkl!',°t°6! tondetaal
111 , Gjte°4Ril toNacirdsinitia,
Pleb tan be Inu¢ at whpleeole oa tptail. •, •
TOE CRAM - will be furnfirte4 terdaill toppt U did
inaliktu*, tkittbk .• • • - „
llntittngdon, Sept. K
. 1t , 09, -
iter oNTritt. rap. BOOKS - •
Vot" sale itt
~14.tra 114 K 'AMY aragolorirtrzroax
T IQ[JORS,-o€• tfroliimf, for Medioi
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