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D. P. OWN
INFOIIMSNT HE PUBLIC
THAT HE HAS
SPLENDID STOCK of NEW GOODS
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHnAPNESS AND QUALITY
COME AND SEE.
D. P. GWIN,
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS H
25 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN
THE CHEAPEST !
SIMON' 'Co HN
COFFEE RUN STATION,
Would respectfully call the aftention" of his old patrons
specially,. and the public to general, to his extensive
stock of well selected new Goods, Just received from the
Faders; cities, consisting, in part, of
- - • en': Ware, Notions,
Hats and Caps, Soots'and
lars, Hardware, Queensvrare, Gro
ceries, Wood and Willow-waro;Tobaceo,
sagars, Nails," Girt* •PioviaiOns,
011 Fish, 'Salt,' Tinware Cop
per.. Ware, Drugs and
and all other articles kept in a first elaos country store ;
all selected with the greatest care and which were per
ehidedlior cash only, and affords him to sell them at a
vent levillgute. The public will And it to their advan
tage to call and examine our unsurpassed stock; before
purchasing elsewhere. - No pains will be spored in allow
ing our Goods. Ladies aro specially ted to examine
our large stock of fo.shionable dresa goods ; Shawls.
Furs, and a great satiety of-Woolon Goods, Honk,-
All kin& of predime taken in eichange'st• the highest
market prices—Cash not refused. By strict Attention to
the wants of customers, we hope to receive a continuation
of oho liberal potronage with which we have been hereto
fore favored. Come one and all, and MT.
irD- New Goods received daily,
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER
Win. MARCH & BROTHER,
Respectfully inform their nnmeronocustomers, and the
public, generally, that they hove just received a Jorge and
splendid stork of Goods at their store In MARKLESBURG
consisting in part of
DRY GOODS, .
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
bs, ' HARDWARE,
LOW WARE ,
CRACKERS, h4s •
SALT, &c., &c. •
.Also--BOIsTNETS and TINWARE •
And in tact everything usually kept in a first class coun
try store; which were bought low. for cash end will be
sold at corresponding low prices for cash or ministry prod
uce, and request the public to give us a call before per
clundrigolsowhere, foaling satisfied wo can offer superior
Indugoptents t/a cash Wens:
Wo,repeCtfittliaikinest the patronage Of "All, and es
peciallfont Trough Creek Valleylrionris.
Everything taken in exchange for goods except promi-
ARP...Cosh paid for all kinds Of grain, for which the
highest market prices will be given.
NVo have also ti stock of VASH,IONATILE EURNITURP,
which Rill be solda reasonable prices.
WILLIAM MA RCS & BRO
Mailclesbnri, May 11,18642
~~rito - ~
PaBOOTS AND SHOES:4W
(2EORGE • SHAEFFER respectfully
kfi Informs his old customers and the public generally
that ho has removed to opposite Brown's Hardware §tore,
where ho ha.? Remed a
NEW: STOCK: , OF
and is prepared to accommodate everybody with good ar
ticles at reasonable prices. ,
Ho also continues to manufacture to order all kinds of
boots and shoes.
Ihintingdop April 131864.
N EW 'CLOTHING
AT LOW PRICES.
/lASI JUST OPENED A PINE STOCK OF NEW
SPRIIfO 'AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
Which he, offers, to all 7ho Nrcrat to be
IAT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
Ins Stock consists of Roady-mndo Clothing for
MEN OD BOYS,
S99L AND 5110 ) . 81 11ATS:AND, CAPS,. dd., &C.
Idkotild gentlemen - deire any particular kind or ciut.Ot
clptklWtot colonel in the stock on hand, by leafing thet
moluiro.they Oat be accommodated at short nod & • _ •
19‘11 at tba ,east-ouner of the .Diamond, over Long'd
• IdANP'AL GIITPIL&N.
itilutinvien,)pril 27 !64. .
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY IN TFIE!
G I WA R D
Fire. and Marine Insurance Co,,
Pik MARINE RISKS-FIRE RISKS ONLY TAKEN
Peipitad policies granted o n bric k and atone buildings",
Lientted policien granted on frame or. log bedidings,
Itmethinuthe and furniture.
oZ‘'./To,prentsyst notes required , ennsoNent/Y no assess
ments made. " • • It. ALLISON MILLER,
Sepld,lBB3 Alt. for ifuntingdon & adjoining Cos
LARGE AND SMALL,
If FINE ASSORTMENT,
AT- LEWIS' DOOR. AND STATIONERY STORE
PAPER !'.PAPER! . ! PAPER !!!
Tracing Paper, •
Deed Paper, •
; Bilk Paper for Flowers,
lat Cap Paper,
Commercial Note Paper,
Ladies' Gilt Edged Letter and Note Paper,
Ladies' Plain and Fancy Note Paper,
White and Colored Card Paper, in Packs and Sheets,
For sale at LEWIS' Book, Stationery and Music Store.
COAL BUCKETS and Shovels,
for solo by -JANIEB A. 1110_'WN
YOU will find the Largest and Best;
aviur(nter.: , Ludic!? Dress Goodl y
"t* , * , )' 6, -
TIME OF LEANING OF
;FT'S?' IVARD. - I EASTWARD
:-.. 1 .4 .--7 , 1 I .i , 4 ..-_, 0
.', t. oEr 4 i ' - • ; ;,:,. .. r P., , 0
r °4 r. ' 0 STATION% ' 77 ° ' ~_- g
D: VI F E g ..---, n . - -- 4 E -
. ...: c
M.l P. X. 6.51.1 A. 37.1 ' 1 9.x.1 A.it.l P. 3t
62 N.l.lrtrollton. 1 13
0 6 21 Mt. Union,.. .. 11 26 9 58 1 35
10 - Mapleton. .1
15 ' - Mill Oreek,... 9.43 .1 1 9
• .29 7 05 6 30 5 49 Iluntingrlon, 11 01 0 32 '1 07
441 ..... 003 Petersburg,... 10 47 9 18 12 62
52 I 'Barre° I I 112 44
50 I 617 SprucaCreel, 10 35 90512 35
13 Birmingham, l2 23
22 6'41 Tyrone, 10 13 8 43 12 15
51 Tipton 12 05
37 ...... Fostoria, 12 00
42!Ball's 611110, ..
940 1 1 0 11 5 43
00 , Altoona,.
P.M. M. A. M. A. N.
- -na at 1 20 A.
bee a ,
ITUAN E T A I IL N it G oA D D 0 N cu
11 12 P
On and after Monday, May 23, 1M34, Passenger Trains
will arrive and depart as follows:
I:Ton'g I Morifg
P. M. I A. M.
5 40 LE 7 30 Huntingdon,. An 10 45 An 6 20
600 60 51cConnellatown, 10 24 0 0
608 58 Pleasant Groye, 10 16 552
624 14 Marklesburg, 10 00 .5 40
6.38 20 Coffee, Hun, 942 . 526
6 - 45 35 ltougli& Ready, 9 35
666 46 Cove; 923 509
700 50 lintior'a Summit 020 5Pt
715 Art (Thi s .," 15z 005 is. 0
7 '25 Lr. 20 1 '", . lAR 850 AR 4 40
745 401Riddlegburg 833 419
763 40111opewell . 826 4:1
BEDFORD RAIL ROA
809 10 04 Piper's Run
834 10 29 Hamilton ,
849 10 44 Bloody Run,
8 53 Ar.lo 46 Momit Dallas,
9 25 1 Saxton,
40 Coalmont ,
9 45 Crawford,
0 55 Dudley.
!Broad Top City
0, May 22,1004.
LE 7 25 LE
ea 7 55 AR
READING RAIL ROAD,
REAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
kji - North And north-West for PHILADELPHIA, NEW-
Yong, REAnme, PoLBIAILLE, LEDA.BO:4, ALLENTOWN; nAtiToN,
Trains leareHAßßlsnuati for PHILADELPHIA, NEW-YOUR,
READING, POTTSVILLE, and all Intermediate Stations, at
A. M., and 2 P. M. .
NEW-Yoan Express leaves HARRISBURG at R. 30 A. 11., ar
riving at Nelr-176RE at 1.45 the same day.
A spacial Accommodation Passenger train leaves READ
INS at 7.13 A. 11-; and returns from Ilnrrisbnrg at 5 P. H.
Fares front HARRISBURG : To New-Yong, $615; to PHIL
ADELPHIA, $3 36 and $2 SO. Baggage checked through.
Returning. leave NEW-YORE atl3 A. 51., 12 Noon, and 7
P. 51., (PITTSBURGH EXPRESS arriving at HAElusouno at
2A. 31.) Leave PHILADEtentA nt 8.15 A. 51., and 3.30 P.M
Sleeping cars in the NEW-YORK EXPRESS TRAINS, through
to and from Pirrsimnon, without change.
Passengers by the CArAwISSA Bail 'load leave TAM
AQUA nt 8.50 A. for PHILADELT.LHA and all Interme
diate Stations; and at 2.10 P. 51., for PHILADELPHIA, NEW
YORK, and all Way Points.
Trains tear° Porrscil.t.a at 9.15 A. N.. and 2.30 P. 31., for
PHILADELPHIA, HARRISBURG anti NEW-YORE.
An Accommodation Passenger Train leaves HEADING at
0.00 A. 11., and returns from PHILADELPHIA at 5,00 P. M.
AS" - All the above trains run tinily, Buntlaya excepted.
A Sunday train leaves POTTSVILLE at 7.30 A. 70.. and
PHILADELPHIA at 3.15 P. 51.
CONNOTATION, MILEAGE, SEATON, and Excnamon T• AEET ,
at reduced rates to and from all points. - •
50 pounds Baggage allowed each Passenger,
'Vlay. 2, 180
WAR FOR THE UNION
NEW ORLEANS, Sr. LOUIS, MEMPHIS, NORFOLK, &c.
TAKEN.—ASI4.I3Y SLAIN, AND THE RACK-
BONE. VC "SECESII" BROKEN.
Ent while yon 'Melee at the success of our gallant
troops. and the prospect of the speedy downfall of the
Rebel Army, do not forget to call at tho store of •
WALLACE &T; CLEMENT,
before purrhaqiug elsewhere; Fld' silo our now stock
goods, Dry Goods,
,_Boots and Shoes, -
and a general assortment of notions!. all of which Sri
fee?, on reasonable terms for cash or produco.
SATCHELS, • - •
SEGAR CASES, &e., &c.,
A handsome assortment just received
At - LEWIS' Book Store.
G EORGE P. ELDREDGE
Wholesale and Retail
1229 CHESTNUT ST., PIIILADA
.&T Your patronago is solicited.
April 315, 10131-Iy.
AT Tg[l . 3
PARIS MANTILLA EMPORIUM,
No. 920-Chestnut St., Philada.
Paris-made Mantillas. and Cloaks..
Also, SPRING and SUMMER GARMENTS,
of our own Manufacture, of the-latest style, and
in great variety.
J. W. PROCTOR & CO.,
The Paris Mantilla Emporium,
920 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
April 13, MI.
GIIIIS, Pistols, Fishing Tackle,
And Sporting Apparatus generally.
Rods, Lines, Reds, Baskets, Baits, Flies,
Hooks, Nets, Foils, Gloves, Masks, Bil
lies, Corkscrews; Dog Collars, &0.,
Constantly on hand, and for sale, Wholesale
and retail at JOHN KRIDERS,
1re,t4,1154-4m.3 N. B. Col., AilnAt,
FOR COLLECTING SOLDIERS
CLAIMS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY
ALL who may have any claims a
gainst tho Government for Bounty, Back Pay and
ona, can have their claims promptly collected by ap
plying either iu maim or-by letter to •
August 12, 1863
New Furniture Establishment;
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer, and Dealer in rurniture.
Respectfully invitee the attention of the Public to his
stand on 1.1111 at., Huntingdon, between Cunuingbaues
Store and Dean's National Homo, whoro he manufactures
and keeps all hinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a coil.
Repairing of all hinds attended to promptly and charges
•Qair Also, Undertaking carried on, and COMMI M ado in
any etylo doeirod, at short notice.
):IZ-Funerals atteiided at any place In town or coun
ry, by J. DI. WIPE.
Huntingdon, Sept. 24, 186241.•
A. beautiftil assortment of MOTO
dRAPIL ALBUMS just received and
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE. ,
ward leaves Altoont
Ingdon at 2 26 A, AI.
IN Westward leavet
lives at Huntingdon,
a N, 11
, 11 25
LF. 7 2o LH
OUP'S 'RUN BRANCH'
'An B 00!Au 6 30
7 45 0 15
7 35 6 05
10 7 30 10 6 00
W. H. WOODS,
Attorney at Law,
NEW WROL,ESALE STORE.
At Philadelphia Wholesale Prices
Tar, SUB. , CIIIITITS
H A IT.E - 11 }IMO VED
Frup their place of .buciness an Ilill Street,
TO THEIR NEw,,BurpplNG
On RAILROAD STREET, near tho aricksotrlfou,e,
ll'hcre thell i?ilend doing
A TUf O_t,'ESALE B UiSL.YESS.
MERCHANTS AND OTHERS,
Who buy goods by the piece or package,
WILL FIND IT to their ADVANTAGE
TO GIVE US A CALL
WE BEEP A
General Assortont of GOODS, .
Such as DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
NOTIONS, &C., &C., &C
WE WILL SELL GOODS
AT TIIE LOWEST
PHILADELPHIA WHOLESALE PRIM,
A. B. CUNNINGHAM & CO
Huntingdon, Melt 9,1844.
i' . IOX,O,C And 01 alite Nowdero.
... ~:... •••• ,• •,, These Powders
, a' ! en the Stomach
~• :. . • .. ' •-. and Intestines,
1 9 , . '' cleanse them
' from offensive
~...... , J.. .v...2.. 2. .,,- - ,,..,..4` bring them to
..1--71-,.. - .ti.:".„.,._ i , - - -.4.' abealthv state.
=-- - ------',' ' a '''' They are a
aura preventive of Lung Fever, and a certain
remedy for all Diseases incident to the Horse,
such as Glan
ders, . .
Yellow • %'
Watr, Dis- I
..- ql l .4,:•, ,
:\` 0 ' e
4,.4 . ; .. s ,
Founder, .'"., , ,/ ' .4;
Heaves, t t ‘:',i, , l k1,.,:k,',-. 4
Slavering, i i
,4'4:' ' - 'gc
yen, Loss of t
Appetite and i„ t , , V . ~,,,.
Vital Eller- 4, , „.. , ,N 41t, :, -,, ' 4 4,4M4
In poor, low-spirited animals, it has the
most beneficial effect.
The use of them improves the wind, strength
efis the Appetite, and gives to the horse a
fine, smooth and glossy Skinttins imt,amY'• -
ing the appearance, vigor , and•iAiait Of this
The property this Poweier possetses in in
creasing the quantity of link in Cows, givts
it an importance and value which should
place it in the hands of every person keeping
a Cow. By actual ex‘periment it has proven
that - it will increase the quantity of Milk and
eentj cent., and make the Butter
them an appetite, loosens their hide nun
makes them thrive u ucit faster.
In all Diseases of,
the Szvine, such as
bouglis, Ulcers in
'ht Lungs, Liver,
SET.... By pulling
from half a paps
to a paper of these
Powders iu a bar
rel of Swill, the
above Diseases ,can lie cured or gthrely pre
vented. By using, thc.Sl Powders the Hog
Cholera can b. prerent;:d.
Price 25 ots.por Paper, or Li rapers for $l.
PRY.? utr.l) BY
S. A. FOUTZ & BRO.,
WHOLESALE DEUS A,P.I) MENCHIE DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Drugt:it.ts. and Storekeepers
throughout the United .-:tates.
For sale :wholesale and retail by
John Head, Huntingdon, Pa: [ap2i-1
WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS
COUNSELLOR IN .BUSINESS
BY FRANK CROSBY,
OF TUE PHILADELPHIA EAR
It Tells You How to draw op PARTNERSIIIP PAPERS and
gives general forms for ACREEMENTS Of all
kinds. RILLS of SALE, LEASES end PETITIONS.
It Tells Titu now to draw up DoNns and SIoRTGADES, Ar•
• FIDAVITEI, POWERS of ATToRNEr, NOTES and
BILLS Of EXCHANGE, Rl:mine and RELEASES.
It Tells You The laws for the COLLECTION of Mars, with
the STATUTES of LIAIELATILIN, and amount
and kind of property EXEMPT from BIECK.
rims in every State. •• . •
II Tells You loin Itow,to make nn AssiONNENT, property, with
forms for 003IPOSIT/oN wItICREDITOU4, and
' the liisoLyENT LAWS Of every. State.
It Tells You The legal relations existing betweon GUARD
; • • • DIAN and WARD, IILASTER and APPRENTICE,
and LANDLORD and 'TENANT. , :
.71 Tells ibu What Constitutes LIBEL and SLANDER, and
the Law as tO MARRIAGE DOWER, the WIPE'S
, i'.IIIOIIT IN PROPERTY, DIVORCE and Amge'.
It Tells YouS2The:Law for IllionArdca l Lime in every State,
• - the'NATURALIZATION LAME of this 001111-
• ' , try, and how to comply with the same.
TelliThviThe Ilaw'cOtleorning PENSIONS and how to ob
'•-. (aid' We', and tlio PRE-EMPTION LAWS to
I ; , ikllbio LANDS.
Tells! Thu 'rho Law for PATENTS, With nlo‘.lo of proctl,
, •°- duce in obtaining otw, with INTEREErtescrs t
... • . , ASSIONMENTS Roil TABLE Or FEES.
TeDs Yoli" now . to make your WILL. and how to Awknx-
ON AN L TATE, • with the law and the
reUnirements thereof in evcry • State.
Ii Tells You The meaning of LAW TEAMS in general use,
• " and explains to you the LEGISLATIVE, LEE.
WITTE and JUDICIAL Powers of both ON
General and State GovEnNSENTS.
It Tells You How To KEEP OUT Or LAW, by showing how ti
do your business legally,. thus savingN
• vast amnuot of property,, and voxatior
. . .
litigation, by its timely consultation..
.77Q— blvorybudy!s Lawyer is for sale at Lewis' Book Sto
F 0 S A.L E
AT LKITIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC MAE,
OSGOOD'S SpeileY. 2d,8i1, dth and 6th ReadorS;
M'GUFFEY'S Spoller.and Readers. •
SANDER'S do do do •
Town's Speller and Definer. (old and now editions.)
Smith's, Bullion's and Brown's Grumman.
Fitch's Physical Geography.
Warren's Physical Geography.
illitchell's;.Monteith and McNally 's Geographies & Atlases.
Camp's Geography, with Key to Mitchell's Outline Maps.
Webster's and Worcester's Dictionaries.
Quackeabos' First l i cesons in Composition.
Quackenlio's COmposition and Rhetoric. • • •
Greenleaf's, Stoddard's and Brooks' ArilEmetics.
Peterson's Familiar Science.
Greenleaf's and Stocidard's Keys to Arithmetics. .
Greenleaf's and Davies' Algebras.
Greenleaf's Key to Algebra. •
Parker's 3uecnile Philosophy. -
Parker's First Lemons in Natural Philosophy. •
Willard's History of the United States.
Goodrich's " •
Payson, Stanton and Scribner's Penmanship, in eleven
Potter & liammond's Penmanship in twelve numbers.
Academical, Controllers' and other Copy Books.
Davies' Elementary Geometry and Trigonometry.
Davies' Legendre's Geometry.
Fulton & Eastman's Book-keeping. .
Book Keeping by Single Entry, by lianaford & Payson
Book Keeping by Single and Double Entry, by Hanaford &
Other books' will be added and furnished to order.
A full stock of School Stationery always on hand.
Huntingdon, Pa. •
xl„Fine. Cigars wad Tobacco for
sale al, Lewis' - Book Store
All persons interested will please take notice. that
the undersigned deputy Collector of U. S. Internal Revs.
nue for Huntingdon county, will attend on the let and
3d Tuesdays of each month, at the Jackson 110101, In the
borongli of Huntingdon, to receive taxes, Ac., commenc
ing on the 7th July
July 7th, 1833.
IV. A. STEPHENS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICI?;::----In Treasurer's room in
Court Ffoue—up stairs..
nuntingdon, Ice. IC, 1563.
FOR THE GREATEST VARIETY
landsoute and Useful Articles,
Call at LEWIS' Book. Store.
RB LE YARD. The undersigned
Lill would respectfully cell the attention of the citizens
.1 linutingdon and the adjoining comities to the stock of
beautiful:marble now on hand, Ito is prfpared to furnish
at the shortesi notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
and Stones of every desired sire and form of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished,-and carved with appro.
priato devices, or plain, as may suit. .
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, ,tc., will In.
furnished to order:
W. W. plcflges himself to furnish material and work
man:44 equal to any in the country, at a fair price. Cull
ud see, before you purchase elsewhere.. Shop oil flit
treot, Huntingdon, Pe.
Huntingdon, - May 161855.
1864: TH E 1864.
LARGEST AND BEST
Ever Brought to Huntingdon,
Is now raady.for Inspection and sale
Book, Stationery and Music Store.
NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES
Than the name article can be bought
in Philadelphia or Pittsburg.
Consists of upwards of
One Hundred Different Styles
Wall & Ceiling Paper & BorAering,
The 'Parlor, Sitting Room, Di
Room, Bed Room, Hall,
Store, Shop, &c., &p.
Call at the "Globe" Building
and examine our stock and prices.
"-; ": 1
Sri = 1
r- t .. 4
m o[ ,
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPRIS,
A _LARGE STOOK
Window Curtain Papers, .
LEWIS' BOOK "STORE. -
. Fr. 101, ''.. . ..x.
1... , :e r t . .
1 .1- Vi ''S :st
V.. 3 .7- %,%. ''I tISO 1.' , . -....a " * A .'
sO NN , ( 1-1 - - er.e. - 9AW -' " I •
' - ‘4. - ..! .. - - -. ----•
DLANKS ! BLANKS ! BLANKS !
.CONSTABLES SALES, ATTACIPEEXECUTIONS.
ATTACHMENTS, . EXECUTIONS,
tictwor, ORDERS, JUDGMENT NOTES,
LEASES FOR ROUSES, - NATURALIZATION WKS,
COMMON imps, JUDGMENT BONDS,
WARRANTS, FEE BILLS,
NOTES, with a waiver of tho $3OO Law. -
JUDGMENT NOTES, With a waiver of the $3OO Low.
ARTICLES OF ACIREEM ENT, with Teachers.
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, for Justices of the Peace
'nod Ministers of the Gospel.
COMPLAINT, WARRANT, and COMMITMENT, in case
of Assault and Battery, ataAtTeay. •
FACIAS, to recover amount of Judgment.
COLLECTORS' RECEIPTS, for Stale, County, School,
Borough and Township Taxes.
Printed on superior paper. and for sale at the OffiCe of
the HUNTINGDON GLOBE.
BLANKS, of avery description, printed to order, neatly,
at short notice, and on goad Paper.
• BEST QUALITY
Just received and for sale at
LEWIS'• BOOK STORE.
• THE BEST
STOOK-OF FINE STATIONERY,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
EVER RECEIVEDLIIINTI - NGDO N 2
CAN NOW BE HAD
ATLNWIS' BOOIT,STATIONERY AND MUSIC STORE.
ON HILL STREET,
A few doors west of Lewis' Book Store,
Photographs and Ambrotypes Taken
in the Bost Style. •
10. 1 1,,CALL AND EXAMINE SPECIMENS
PROFESSIONAL ,Sr., EU,SIN BSS CARDS
D. CAMPBELL, '
LATTORNEY AT LAW
011 lee In the Brick Bow•, nearly opposite the Court
House. (April 15,1863.
R ALLISON MILLER,
D TIS T,
as removed to the trick Row opposite the Court Home
HAS ACAIN COMMENCED THE.
BOOT AND SHOE-MAKING,
ONE; DOOR EAST OF If. ROMAN'S CLOTHING
His old customots and tho public generally,',iill give
him a call. [Huntingdon, 0ct.•20, 1858.]
THE JACKSON HOTEL,
J. MORRISON, Proprietor
Dealer in Books, Stationery and Musical balm
meets, Huntingdon, Pa.
GuTmAN & CO., Dealers - in Ready
made Clothing, Huntingdon, Pa.
-1)1t. JOHN MeCULLOCIT, offers his
I services to tins citiieiss of Huntingdon
an vicin i ty. (Mice on fill street. one door east of Reed's .
Drug Store. Aug. 2S,' W.
1 S. SMITH, Dealer in -Drugs, Medi
. °ince, Ponfuntery, Dye Stint,, Oil,, Ac. Alio—Ciro
corks, Confectioneries, de. , Huntingdon, Pa.
T M. CUNNINGHAM
t./ • Founder, Huntingdon, Pa
TAMES A. BROWN,
fl Dealer in !Urdu-are, Cutlery, Paints, Oils, &e., Run
• lksaler in Heady Made Clothing, Hats and Cap:
Boots and Shoes, &c.
T\ P. GWIN,
ware, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queens
ware, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoos, Sc:
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.- •
A good assortment •of miscellaneous and School
Books—Foolscap, Letter, Commercial and Nato Paper—
Plain rind Fancy Envelopes—lied, Bine and Black Inka
Blank Books of numerous sixes—Pens, Pencils, Pocket rind
Desk Inkstands, and every other article usually tonal in
n Book and Stationery Store, Can be had at fair prices at
LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY:4=SW STORE.
_•• • ••-,
. ... •
A LARGE 679.( 7 HAND AT
LEWIS' OBE;• --'1
1)00K liiNDING. •
Old Boobs.' Mugazlnes, or iul?liantlon's °Unbar kind
bound to or.lor, If left at ' • '• • '
LEIVIS , BOOK tE STATIONERY STOhE.
110tUSINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
II you want your card many printed upon maid
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
TIIE LADIES. .
1: A superior artMo of Noto Paper and Envelopes
Foldable for confidential correspondence, fur sale at
LEWIS' BOOK se STATIONERY STORE.
Plain and Ornamental Marble Manufacturer.
By tile:l;oxc P;clc,.or less quwttiiy, for sal° o f
.Z.E1V.14",800K AND STATIONEIL SYORR.
• • •
Y A:koCicl Ftrtlcle for sale, at
TE' yo want OnTpots-nnd Clothg, call
nt D. P:.GAVlN'S:ivliaka you will Ilnd thajaitat as-
cOI-lOOL BOOKS; • '•-• r' - •
Generally in use In the Sehoode of the County, not on
hand, will be furnished to order. no applicat ion . at
LEWIS' BOOK, AND STATIONERY STORE.
Py OP% „, TH Y
Shawn—The J &dice—Mtn ten's and
Partial's enlarged and improved instructors—Wejland's
New and Improved Method for the nitar—Leland's Ace°,
deom Violin and Flute Instructors—Winner's and Howe's
Violin Instructors—Dell:Ms Melodeon Instructor—ltur
mires' Piano-Forte Primer—do. Therongli-Daso Primer—
Gewe's Drawing Room Dances—The Chorus Glee Book—
Tarit's harp, for sale at
LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE.
STONE -WARE at S. S. Smith's Gro'-
cery, 20 per cent. cheaper than any other place In
T HE best Tobacco in town, at
D. P. 0 WIN'S
QLD BRASS AND COPPER takcn
to exobange for goode at the Hardware Store
opt. 3,1862. J AS. A. DROWN
A complete Pocket Ready Reckoner, in dollars
and canto, to which are added forme of Notes, Bills, lie
eeipte. Petitions, fie., together with is sot of useful tables,
containing rate of interest from one dollar to twelve thou,-
and, by the single day, with a table of wages, and board
by tile week and day, published in 1809. For tale at
LINVELOPES, wholesale and retail,
_C4 for sale LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
IF you want hnndsou e Goods, good
Goode, cheap Goods, and nll kind of Goode, go to
D. P. GWIY'S.
- ROOTS & SHOES, Hats & Caps, the
j largest aseortmeni and cheapest to be found at
D. I'. (TWIN'S
G UN BARRELS AND. LOCKS.-A
lleerrale rlliß ra ClWN'S HARDWARE STORE.
.0 . 111 SIIOES, cheaper at D. P. Gwin's
kithan eau Lo had in town. Call And see them.
Note, Post, Commercial, Foolscap and Flatcap—a
good .eartment for sale by tho ream, half ream, quire , or
ARCHME NT DEED PAPER---
ruled, fur sale at • _
. _ . .
For oalo a TllliE BOOKS, •
LEIVIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORK
J'OOP SKIRTS with from 4 to 30
hoops, at prices from 25 eta. to $2,00 nt the cheap
store of D. P. GWIN.-
n P. GWIN beeps the largest, best
assortment and cheapest shoes in town. Calland
DRAPIING AND DRAWING' PAYER
While and Colored 'Card Paper, -
Tor salo nt
LEWIS' BOOK ct STATIONERY STORE.
J3OOTS and SHOES, the largest and
cheapest aneortment in town, at
CARPET Sacks and Fancy Baskets at
T IQUORS, of the best, for Medieina
I_4l purposes at 8. 8. SMITH'S.
A beautiful lot of Shaker Bonnets for
salo cheap, at D. P. °WIN'S.
T 1 P. GWIN'S is • the place to buy
good and cheap Carpets.
CALL at D. P. GIVIN'S if you want
T ADIES Collars, very cheap and beau
jut tiful, at. D. P. OWIN'S.
CALL at D. P. G WIN'S if you want
(VALI, at the new CLOTHING STOR
V../ of GUTMAN & CO., if you want a gm? article
Clothing. Store room in Long'o now ildico. in the Di
mond, Iluntingdm. Sept 18, 1857
B LANK BOOKS,
OF VARIOUS SIZES, IbrSlllo RI
LEIYIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE
Wgia COUNTRY DEALERS can
buy OLOTHINCi from me In Huntingdon at
RUUOLFISALE as cheap as they can in the
Mica, as I hare a wholesalo store in Philadolplll.;
Huntingdon, April H, 1868. • H. ROMAN.
•LKWIS' BOOK STORE.
LEWIS' NEW BOOK & STATIONERY STORE
LEWIS' FOO% STORE.
D. P. GWIN'S
C QUICK SALES
Anybody in win of
FAMILY AND POCKET BIBLES,
HYMN AND PRAYER BOOK'S,
ALBUMS AND ANNUALS,
ANT OILIER VALI:OLE AND INTERESTING BOOR,
Fancy and School
CHURCH, MUSIC AND INSTRUCTION BOOKS
SHEET MUSIC for the Plano, guitar, &0., &c.,
!Tour Dins, ?DAMON:UM AND PURSES,
Fol. Ladles and Oantlomen,...
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
AWARD ,CARDS AND BOOKS,
For Butiday and Common Schools,
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS,
TOY BOOKS, ALPII4BET BLOCKS, &C.,
ALL KINDS 01' BOOKS
Proper for Boys and Gino
For Yomlg. Folks
WEDDING ENVELOPES AND CARDS,
CHECKER BOARDS, DOMINOES, .&C.,
From 6 t0:75
SCHOOL pook§oi*Fifik 4* .
FOP. .I'B6B -
. ; .
Drawing and Blatqgg .
WLIITE BONNWf , BOARD,
INDELIOLE, CARMINE, RED, iI4U6 AND DUCH INES,
Arnold's frodgson i k: and.' rfart:ison'S
Wrapping Paper of Different Sizes and Qualities,
MOULD CALL AT.
STATIONERI7 . 2 D MUSIC STORE,
In the "Globe" building, Market Square
where rill who want to
go to make their ptirrhas6g
iii-11 7 .;TITO'PrzsTrooE: - BboK
IN ALL ITS MUNCHES.
HISS ELIZA ACTON.
Carefidly Revised by M. M ..J. S. Hale
Fr TELLS You How to elsoose an hinds of Meats, Poultry,
• . and Game, with all tho various and most
approved anodes or dressing and cooking
Beetand Pork; also the best and simplest
way of saliing, pickling and curing the
Same. . . .
IT Trolls Lou All the various and mostopproveil modes of
droning. coolting, . nail boning Mutton,
Lamb, Vegil,.Pooltry, and porno of nil kinds
with tbo'differont Vrooetoge,antries, and
Stuffloga lippropriato to onoi.
IT TELLS .You. How to choose. clean, and preservo.Fish of
all kinds, end how', to siveeten it when taint
. ed ; also alt various and moot ifiiprarod
modes of cooking, with the digorent Dreee
• ings, Sauces,and Flavorings appropriate to
IT TELLS You All the.various and most approved inodeol ,
preparing over 00 kinds of Wayfish,rowt
Game, and 'Vegetable Soups, 3roths, .an
Stows, with tho Itelithes and Seasonings
. • •
appropriate to each.
. • .
IT Taus YoU All the 'Various and most apyroved odes 'of
-.... cooking Vegetables of every description,
also how to prepare Pickles, Cataups and
Curries of nil kinds, Potted Meats,' Flab,
Onur, ARIBIVOOiIIe, &C. .
IT TELLS You All 010 various and most approved modes of
preparing and cooking all kinds. of 'Plain
.'Fritters, Cakes , Confectionary,.Preserves,
Jellies, and sweet pishes of every. descrip
IT Tour You All the various and most approved modes
• ' • of making 13read, BunTts, Miiffine, and Bis
cuit, and the, hest. method of preparing
Coffee, Chocolate, and Tea,. nod bow .to
. moles Syriips, Cordials, and :Wines of vie
IT Taus You flow to set out and ornathenthYsbls, how
Carvo nil kinds of Fish, Flesh or Fowl, and
in short, how to So simplify tho.wholo "Art
of Cooking as to bring the s choicept luxurlos
of the table within the very reach.
• For Sale at Lewis' Book Store.
STEW BOOKS ! • • '
FOR SALWAT BOOE STORE
THE HOUSE: A 141117 PocKer MANUAL of Rural Architec
t:lmi- or, How to Build Dwellings, Barne t Statilas, Arid
Out Dwollium of Mild:ids, With U.Chapter on Churahre
and School. Romes - 'Price; 50 cents.. -
TIIR GARDEN: A NEIV POCKET *ANVIL of Practical 116 r..
or, how to Cultivate Vogetabla:, Fruits, end
:Flowers. With. Chapter on . Ornamental Trace and
Shrubs. Price, 50 conts.
THE FAR N
M A ms POCKET MANCIAT, of Practical Agri
culture; or, How to Cultivate all the Field Crepe. With
an EsLitt} , on Fartu Management, etc, Pricoi 60 cents..
DOMESTIC ANIMALS: A NEW POCKET MANOAL of Cattle,
Horse, and Sheep Husbandry; or, How' to Brood 'and
Rear the Various Tenants of the Darn-yard, eta.; etc
Price, 50 cents. .
110 IV TO TALK: A Now PeskEr MAxustiOf Conversation
and Debate, with Directions for Acquiring a Oraintnao
- Style, !yid utoro than Fivi . l.ltuulred Corunion Mts
. takes Corrected. Price, 60 cents. " - •
HOW TO BEHAVE: A Nies Pocize 3/slum of Republi
can Etiquette, and Guido "to "Correct Personal Habits;
with Rules for Tebatink Societies and Deliberative
sembltes, etc. Price, 50 cents. ' • •
1101 V TO DO BUSINESS: A Now ' , c e nts Illserpse of.
Practical Affnirs and Guide to amn
es in Life With
-Collection:of Business Foetus, and a Dlctlonary. of Com
mercial Terms, etc. Price 50 cents.
ALL THE DISTINOUISIIED OFFICERS AND CIVII;TANS
FOR SALE .
AT LEWIS' 1300 K AND STATIONERY STORE.
OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES
• GILT GOLD SHADES, •
BAILEY'S . FIXTURES,
A FULL ABOORTMENT
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE
ON THE n9ltsii '
THE HORSE HIS.DISEASES
trz nthErvati , JEWNliiGS, Y.R., •
PrgressOr of l'atiag 4 gl/ and Operative Surgery in'
::12ti.;Sinctry Fouv,of do.
WILL TELL YOU Of the Origin, liistery and distinctive
traits of the ydrious breedsilf.Unropeypi,
ksintic;Xfilean hod Am-oriel-m-11*es,
; with ,tho phielCaii,fOrmatioh "and,pe
onlititities of tho Animal„and bow to,
: • • !:tiscerinin Ids; Ago .by this, ntimbet aind
contlitfon of his teeth; illustrated with
• : nruiserone. explanatory L•'
TILE HORSE AND lIIS DISEASES
WILL TELL YOU Of Breeding, Breaking, Stabling, Feed.
ingrOrooming, Shooing, and the gener
al management of tiro .IMrse,Avilli tlm
best modes of Administering medicitio,
also, how to Arent Biting, Blotting,
Rearing, Shying, s.tom4linsi cyjont.
tug. Restlesness, Mid
..01.1er ~ vicpg to
Nvllich be Is' subject; Mill tinnieicius ex
TDB. HORSE AND I#§I2.IBEASES
- - - - -
WILL TELL YOU Of The panieg,symptons,antlTroatment
' Catarrh, letluenza, Branchitist.Pnan
moida,'PlrereSy, Broken Wind, Chron
ic Cough, Roaripg end Whistling.Lant
pis, Sore Mouth awl Ulrer,e, (tad, De,
rayed Teeth, with' Otheelliseases of the
Month and Reseir4terY Organs.
VIE HORSE AND lIIN DISEARES
WILL TELL YOU Of the nausea; sjPmritiime,and Trnaitnen
of 'Worms, R ate, eliolie, Strangulation
Stony Coneiktions, Rupturen Palsy
, Urine, Stance in the Kidneys and Bind
, 'der, Inflamation• and other ditleases of
the .Stonnlc4,, itotrcte , I.l[er-laud'Urt
nary Organs. .
THE HORSE AND HIS THSEASb'S
. . .
WILL TELL YOU Of the catisei, symplonte, and Treat.
!neat of Boar, illocal And ]log, Bassin',
Ring Boun, Swermia, Strains, Brokers
• • Knees; Wind flails,. Founder, Cracked
Hoofs, Sold Bruise and Grant, Canker
•. • • - Scratches, Thrush and 'Corns; died; a
.a 3l . l .f r o im ther l . ' d e Ls ig Cs' l oV i t e tiViee `t t7t o e ra
THE lI9RSH AND HIS px,ssp
WILL TELL YOU Of the' eausee, synptona,nnf Treat-
F elt l li i°II lfil GI ndera elreylrttPol'er Hug e , luifel
• ISlV 'e4 at the Henri; &c:
, . and Lon ,to niainigepen;triitiim„ Ino4l
• . Hernia,. Anipuka tion, Tapping, and nth
er surg ical operations. ,
THE lIOItSE AND HIS DISEASES
PILL YELL YOU Of Harey's" Method 'Of tontlngllorii4
how to Approach, Halter, or !Ruble 01
Colt; how to accustom a Ilon, to
strange sounds enduiglitsond how to
lilt, Saddle, Rido,nutli'areakAtiiii to .
Llerness; , also the fornt and law of
• • IVlnitAntP: being the re,
• . Bull Of 15 years' careful study, of the
. • , bahlta;pecullarittes, wants` and 'WSW
mazes of ibis noble and uspfalartfum/
For tale at Lowls r ßook•Store. -- ' •
. • ROHRER'S . •
• ;' ''llollllRit'S' • • ;
12011,RER'S _ , •' • : -
• • • • - ' liOlllll3R'S
• • • .• ROHRER'S .
; • PRACTICAL CALCULATOR
PRACTICAL. CALCULATOR.- .
• ' PRACTICAVCALCULATOIC ,- '-'
110111tER'S . . PR/WT.I'OAL • C.4C11:
„tA Book of Plain bidet and Calculations/0r Dusbzen
„:; rrtlims, by. itailinJf.• Rohrer, .riicreticitioStii•veyni• mid
.•,f- Conveyancer. New Edition, published, P.
colt tt Co.; Phikdelphidi• • • • • •' •8..
13tia,work.coatains 204 mei, and upwardsaf 1500.Enlea
and Exatimlca, entirely and thoroughly, practical "elf ea
arise everyday in the . common-pursuit's' pursuit-I'of 21tafiliess::,
has already passed through a number of editions in rapid
'succession. and is: pronounced by. all 'clarseiior businese
men to he the handiest book of reference, pertaining to
,caloblatious, that has over boob published': ,
Every example in the book is worked out In full and
stated In a plain manner, so that'when A parallel ease
sea. those referring to the work will find no difficulty is
solving .it ; in a word,. the .general arniugeniSnrel .tho
CALCULATOR is simple, that any one who knows how. to
odd, subtract, multiply had divide, can caStly noire any or
dinary example that arises in businses, or arrire.at al e
true result' of any estia»ll6 ' •"' •
Thli chief aim of the anther Ims been to sachets thssry
and philosophy in figures, alining only at nets Mittrffripli;
city, believing that business men core little ; sheaf spen
ding. time , in ;discussing the 'philosophy 'of rides', or the
science of. figures,,decming it sufficient for their intryoso
to he able nt n moinont. by reference, to arrive n 1 the true
result.. The CALCULATOR'diffrrs in Otis refried( from 'ell
other Arithmetic's of the day . end kiiniied works—it is a
key to practical.business caltalations,it is, , ln'thr hands
of the business Mail, what the keY to matlieninOcal works
in the bands of the teacher:in-
,thh scheol'iroorn 7 -It teeth
tales tine and (moires correilliess.,
)ferisurernimt of Land; , i.f. Lumber:.of. Brick •'snd
Work, of Stone tinq Steno work, of grain' and grain .bins
of coal nod coal bins, t,T thmd, of solidi ; of tido "cir
cular, square or irregular vessels, of cisterns.and_lnte....t ,
roofing, of plasterer's, painter's: glazier's, paver's, p um •
or/s. paper hanger's and upholsterers' work. treats of
eurreneystsd off reign and timitogtio . extlinoge, of 'flit,
decimal system, of reduction and its extended: applicotion
td tmshiess, of stint'', and' room Pound inti;resr,'And their
entire sop/kat/on to . bnainosa trAll",(l , 2ap/1 " . I . ltll..,tlte.lans
and usngcs tanne.lokother With nuincrous
commercial forms--,of legal tender, of•paqinhpayment .on
notes, of Clinking ind hank'dblcthint, of 'eqiutticiri'cif 'pay
ment and of partnership tICCOII II IS, OrtISSOSSWeIIt grAIIXON,
of weigh is and•lll(.o4llres, of square and cubic Measn tit: of
the siptare root and ill application tolnisinessortnyfaccs,
of excavation, 'and . of nia`tiy • other ionmriant practical
mot tore not within the scope of ou,ntivottiseutout to
thin'. • •
Harmer, the merchant, the mechanic, the artiane j or the
professional loon. It has 'moron a' valuable auxiliari to
the lawyer. the justice of the peace, the conveyancer. and
real estate broker, to the assestOr, the banker, the ckik,
to the di it engineer and the aurveyer, to the catpoilter
nod bricklayer, to the itonemdson and the plaiterer,to
the paper hanger and apholstercr, to therpaver and the
tiler, each nail all will lincrit adaiited to' tbeir
Hotta WA. fa l: , better than any hee peblidtEd. •
tai — • Price. 60 cents.- For sale nt Lowit' Book
11 un tingdon, Dec. 20, 1860., • , ,
PENS'! 'PLNS .! .1
TIIE BEST IS '.PILL CHEAPEST !
Celebrated "Corrugate,d Metal" Pens
•.; Agent fop the couriti
Pfac,Es-25 ets per doeo or i.pergroee,
, PENS, tondo..by C. BARNARD, are ,tha.yeat gf.pia••
mcretai hod 'School Pens, - excei,tion to any.—
They era used byall the principal Banks and:Cover, nment
Departthents, Public and Private' Scluicils;• oho, hj
.most prominent Commercial pousea tliroogh.ont,tho.linl
ted tates add Canada, "
But a abort, time hal elapsed since •
C. I}ARNARD'S .P;EN,S . • ;
have been introduced into the United States still a mark
ed preference is given:them, over all othorisffid the follow
ing reasons : The " Corrugated Metal" R.EINS do, not nor
,Tade ; they .wilt not splatter Or cut throiigh.thd thilipeet
taper; they have an easy gliding motion, a certainty, of
equally diffusing the ink, softness of paint, , iiiid debit dii
The ; following test lawn leis, eeleeted• from , Annear/Ids
others, are respectfully submitted: ,
-.l'-have used ithb.••illetallid Pens I of _Mi. C. diarnard end
,highly approve of thew. _ C. BARSTOW, ,
• PresitknE tf St. .IVicholed Balk; heft - riwk.
We have used the kens o? hfr. BargliK therh
to be an he y
. represents, and , take pleasing, In
ing thorn to the public., 114L,TARGO k
, A. DIULLW AN ,Caehier,
C. Barnard's Pons. havo.beon triefl; and, are highly, sdp..
prOvial tet tbie ' • ' • •. OGDEN, ,
. Auditor U. S.' Castra 21quae, New, York.
.11aviug.triedtbe corrugated reap made jlvr. Baer
Lean recturiritohd thent'as excellent':
• ' Contmandane Navy .rard;
Re add ours to ithoi-e reCoratadadations. •
•; ' . B. VROd(WiILI.IA CO., Mtn,
: - I.inky,' nohonitation.in
eideilly th e beatl have ever lised . . ' , H. HAY,
• . Agent. United •Statet.prets, Co,ffeio Ydrk.
We can. confidently recommend .fitr.ll .
Corrosive Pons as tho best ever brought nodernur vottico
without - exception. I • . r ' ~!
Wo have been nsingthe Pons of. Mr. 0. psrnarq, and
take gieht pleasure: in•reconstnending'th'Stn tuttid
ae they are un excellent usticle, end , sll ; sepreSe4lts
them to be.' • - • ' : A: J. CLINTO:4;
Secretary. .S.cgte•liteurance Co., Nw York.
~Dpon trial Ivo' have found Mr. Drinftrini.Ponito bo ex
cellent. FRED, PDOET .k CO., New York.
. . . .
I would recommend Mr. Ilarutul's Pens as a superior
article to any I bare um].
We add mire to the almco recommendations.
IJNIOat MU, IIAVILAND &CO., Noss INrk,
Of nll Pens I bare over used, Mr. Ilarnard's have g,iven
me more satisilietion, - and I can .reconnueini titer to the
public as being entirely an ti-corrosire. , „
• : . B. POIRER; New lark,
After six' months' constant'uao•of 0:-BiirndrePa Anti-
Corrosive Pen, we can corifidently l reconiimond.it
beat metallic pail we he era', tised; finding Trioni' tLe
above osperience that it does look actuplly corrode..
. u.nuf.cturoi. or corruoted iretit
John tree; Clerkenwell,, I.4itone, •
June 18, 1802.
WORK 7:121a/13 OF, Tfle
yr Li:JUST THE ncKg, FOR, amp
GET THEW BEST
ARE FOR 84LE
- AT LEWIS 'BOOK STORE,
WILKINSON, TETON .L•
i IPark PMci, New' rork
T. B. I.IIIIOIIE Cashier. - :