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For Sale at Lewis' Book Store
Annals of the Army of the Cumberland.
B a b e l I nvas ion of Maryland,and Pennsylva
nia, and the Battle of Gettysburg.
Pictorial History of the Wars of the U. S.
Washingten'and bie Generale. -
Kane'a Arctic Explorations, 2 volumes.
Webber's Wild Scenes and Wild Hunters.
Field's Scrap Book.
O'Neill'e Glimpses of Animated Nature.
Parley's Columbus, Washington & Franklin.
iSelections in Poetry, by Epee Sargent.
Indians of North America, by S. G. Drake.
Parley's Four Quarters of the World.
Mirror of Nature, by. W. H. Furness.
Butler's Ethical Discourses.
Flowers of Elocution, by Car'line.Leo Mentz
Handbeek Family Knowledge for the People
Sermons of Calvin and Luther.
Partons Life of Andrew Jackson, 3 volumes.
General Butler in New Orleans, by Parton.
Jackson and New Orleans, by Alex. Walker.
Irving's Life of Washington, 5 volumes.
Life of John Fitch, by Thompson Westoott.
Smacker's Life & Times of Alex. Hamilton.
Taylor's Life and Travels of Von Humboldt.
Life 'and Speeches of Senator Douglas.
The Mountain, by Dr. R. M. S. Jackson.
Opportunities for. Industry and Capital, or
1000 Chances to Make Money.
Freedley's Practical Treatise on Business.
Sindinga History of Scandinavia.'
Walker's Rhyming Dictionary. •
Good'e Book of. Nature.
Ovid, [literally translated,) by 11. T. Riley.
- Beauties and Aehievements of the - Blind.
Stewart's Freemadon's Manual.
Webb's* " Monitor. -
Davis': • " ( I
Cross' Masonic Chart.
Shekspeare's Complete Works.
What Can Woman Do, by T. S. Arthur.
The Withered Heart, do.
The Two Sisters, by Mrs. Emma Southworth
The Deserted Wife, do.
Pencil Sketches, - by Miss Leslie.
The Lawyer's Story, by J. A. Maitland.
Diary of an Gld Doctor, do.
Tho Wanderer, do.
Adela Bede, by George Elliot.
Courtship and Matrimony, by Robert Morris
Parisian Pickings, by Julie .De Marguerittes
Richard Penn Smith's Miscellaneous Works
Ilorin Shoe Robinson, by J. P. Kennedy.
Father and Daughter, by Fredrika Bremer.
Fashion and Famine, by Mrs. Ann Stephens
Mary Derwent, do..
Peculiar, by Epee Sargent.
Quaker Soldier, or British in Philadelphia.
Anecdotes of Love, by Lola lilontez.
Age of Chivalry, by Thomas Bulfinch.
Tale of a Tub, &c., &o.,by Dean Swift.
The Initials, a Story of Modern Life.
The Methodist, by Miriam Fletcher, 2 vole.
The World's Litanies or Best Thoughts of
Beat Authors, in Prose and Poetry.
Robert Houdin, the Magician, by Mackenzie
Skirulishing, a Novel.
Letters to Young Ladies, by Rev. J. Bennett
Ladies' Guide to Perfect Gentility,
Dime BoOk of Etiquette.
The Reason Why—Natural History.
Daring and Suffering, by Lieut. Pittenger.
Titcomb's Letters to Young Folks.
" Lessons in Life. .
" Letters to the Joneses.
" Gold Foil.
Lee Miserables, by Victor Hugo.
The Trial, or More Links of the Daisy Chain
'Book of Nonsense, by Edward Lear.
Nasby Papers, [Comico-Politico-Religicoj
How to do Business, a Manual of Practical
- The Ladies' Work-Table Book.
Zulu Land, by Rev. Lewis Grout.
Clarke's Commentaries on Now Testament.
Dutch and English Testament.
qlunyan's Pilgrim Progress.
_The Three Mrs. Judson's and other Daugh
ters of the Cross, by Rev. D. Eddy.
Strickland's Life of Jacob Gruber.
Shadow on the Hearth, by Rev. N. Rice.
Defence of Armageddon, by F. E. Pitts.
The*Great Consummation, by Cummings.
Louis Napoleon and the Battle of Armaged
don, by Rev. M. Baster. -
‘ Condensed Concordance to the Scriptures.
Thoughts of Favored Hours, by J. Copely.
-Cobbet's 13 Sermons on Great Sine. •
Headley's Sacred. Plains.
.Mcllvaine's Evidenced of Christianity.
Crisis, or the Enemies of America Un
masked, by J. W. Laurens.
Slavery Viewed from the Bible Stand-Point,
by Rev. J. M. Adair.
Union Bible Dictionary.
The Broken Bud, or the Reminiscences of a
Bomberger on Infant Salvation and Baptism
The Death of Little Children, by S. Prime.
The Morning of Life.
The Faded Hope, by Mrs. L. H. Sigourney.
The Guardian .Angels, or Friends in Heaven,
by Mrs. Sarah Gould.
The Daughter of Affliction, n memoir of the
Protracted Sufferings and Religious Ex
., pedalo of Miss Mary Rankin,
Barnes' Family Prayers,
Jay's Family . Prayers.
Fleetwood's Life of Christ.
Shelley's Poetical Works.
Affection's Gift for the Loving and the Loved,
by J. Colo Hagen.
- The Future of Nations, by Louis Kossutb.
The New Fortune Teller, or the Poetical
Mrs. Hale's Receipts for the Million.
The Philadelphia Housewife, or Family Re.
ceipt Book: -
: - Soyer's Standard - Cookery: -
Miss Actoree Modern - Cookery.
Dime CoOk and Recipe Books.
Household Economy, by M. G. St. Jean.
The Family Doctor, by Prof. Taylor, M. D.
Downing's Fruit and Fruit Trees of America.
The Farm ; Manual of Practical Agriculture
The Garden, do do Horticulture
The Barnyard, a Manual of Cattle, Horse,
and Sheep Husbandry,
The Farmer's New and Universal Handbook
A Method of Increasing the Yield of the
Mikh-Cow, by John Nefflen.
Mityhew's Illustrated Horse Management.
The Horse and Hie Diseases, by Jennings.
Rarey's Practice of Horse Taming.
Both - Sides of the-Grape Question.
Mysteries of Bee-Keeping, by M. Quinby.
Economic Cottage Builder, by C. P. Dwyer.
Bannan's Wages and Labor Calculator.
Scribner's Ready_Reekener and Log Book,
for Lumber Merchants, Ship Builders',
and Boat Builders. ,
Scribner's Assistant for Farmers, Millers,
Produce Dealers and Mechanics.
Robrer's Practical Calculator.
Engineers' and Mechanics' Pocket Book, by
Chas. H. Haswell.
Arromittrnith's Piper Hanger's Companion.
Tito Company , Clerk, by Capt. A. V. Kautz.
United States Army - Regulations.
Infantry and Cavalry Tactics.
Tax Law and Stamp Duty Cords. •
Pocket Maps of United States, Pennsylvania,
- and the Western States:. -
Mitchell's New Traveller's Guide through
the United States and Cauadas..
Constitution;of - the. inited States.
Freedley's Legal Adviser.
Everybody's Lawyer by Frank Crosby.
- gook of Drawing-Room Plays, by S. Steele.
The Sociable, or 1001 Homo Amusements.
Hoyle's Games: Chess, Backgammon ' &e,
Checker's Simplified arid Explained by D.
SpectroPia; or Surprising Spectral Illusions,
showing Ghosts everywhere, and of any
Color, with - Sixteen Illustrations.
Dime, and other Letter-Writers.
,h,fl,l:eachur, (Phonographic. '
, - !t-7_,. - porter's Companion, (Phonographic.)
rung, --nal of Phonography.
1 10 W -to - "qui. of Conversation and
Walker's Elocution and - 0r5.v . ,..,
McElligott's American Debaaw,...
Whately's Selection of Synonyms.""",
navies' Logic and Utility of Mathematiei:‘ , -.1
Gilfillan's Liferatnre and Literary Men.
Brown's Grammar of English Grammars.
Pages-Theory nerd Practice of Teaching.
Holbrook's Normal Method of. Teaching.
Wickershaln's Bohool Economy.
Elocutionary Manual, by Hiram Corson.
Maugnall'e Comprehensive Summary of His
tory, &0., &o.
par Also, an assortment of Jarenilo and
Interlinear Translations of Ovid, Virgil, Ci
cero, Sallust, Horace, (Latin ;) Xeno
phon's Anahasis, Homer's Iliad, and the
Gosper of St. John, (Greek.)
Anthon's Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary.
Sander's German and English Primer. •
Sargont's Primary, Intermediate and Stand
Frost's American Speaker. •
Northend's Little Speaker.
Dime Sp!akors and Dialogues.
Johnston s Natural Philosophy.
" Primary_ . " "
" Elements of Chemistry.
Reese's " Zoology.
Lambert's Anatomy and Physiology.
Worcester's Ancient and Modern History.
Lord's Modern History.
" History of the United States.
Teacher's Guido to Illustrations : to accom
pany Holbrook's School Apparatus.
How to use Globes, by F. 0. Brownell.
The Natural Spelling Teacher.
Sherwood's Speller and Pronouncer.
Hann'® Elements of Spherical Trigonometry
Key to Bonnycastle's Algebra.
Robinson's University Algebra.
[See School Books in another column.]
NEW. GOODS! - NEW GOODS !!
25 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN
AT COFFEE RUN STATION,
Would respectfully call the attention of his old patrons
specially, and the public in general, to his extensive
stock of well selected now Goods, just roceiyed from the
Eastern cities , coneleting, is part, of
on Ware, Notions,
Hats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Bonnets, Shawls, Circu
lars, Hardware, Queenswaro, Gro
ceries, 'Wood and Willow-ware, Tobacco,
Segars, Nails, Glass, Provisions,
Oil, Fish, Salt, Tinware, Cop
per Ware, Drugs and
and all oilier articles kept in a first class country store ;
all selected with the greatest care and which were pur
chased for cash only, and affords him to sell them at a
very low figure. The public will find it to their advan
tage to call and examine our unsurpassed stock, before
purchasing elsewhere: No pains will be spared in Glow
ing our Goods. Ladies are Specially Invited to oxamino
our large stock of fashionable dress goods; Shawls, Cir.
colors, Furs, and a groat variety of IYoolon Goods, Goals.
All kinds of produce taken In exchange at the highest
market prices—Cash not refused. By strict attention to
the wants of customers, WO hope to receive a continuation
of the liberal patronage with which we Lave been hereto
fore favored. Como'one and all, and Tat
SM. New Geods received daily.
Nov, 1884. f DION COHN.
FALL AND WINTER,
H. ItOIFIAN , B
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentlemen's Clothin g of the bent matorlol, nod made
n the beet workmanlike manner, call at
opposite the Franklin House in Market dquare, Hunting
Huntingdon Nov. 23, 'O4.
AT LOW PRIORS.
Mes - GUTMAN
RAS JUST UrEttrzr-n,crtxr - nlxrtgar-or-2.s.vr
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
Which he offers to all who want to be
AT PRICES . TO SUIT .THE TIMES.
Ills Stock consists of Deady-mado Clothing for
MEN AND BOYS,
BOOTS AND SHOES., lIATS AND CAPS, AC., AO.
Should gentlemen desire any particular kind or cut of
clothin g not fonnd in the stock on hand, by loosing OW
measure they can ho accommodated at short notice.
Call at the emit corner of the Diamond, over Lon g ..
Huntingdon Nov. 23, '64.
NE\Y STOCK OF GOODS:
EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO CALL AT
S. S. SMITH'S STORE,
ON lIILL STRUM, riONTINGDON, PSNNA
SUGAR and MOLASSES,
COFFEE, TEA and CHOCOLATE,
FLOUR, FISH, SALT and VINEGAR,
CONFECTIONERIES, CIGARS and TOBACCO,
SPICES OF THE BEST, AND ALL HINDS,
and every other article usually found In a Grocery Store
ALSO— Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs,
Paint!, TanisLes, Oils and Spte. Turpentine,
Fluid, Alcohol, Class and Putty,
BEST WINE and BRANDY for medical purpose:.
ALL TILE BEST PATENT MEDICINES,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
and a largo number of articles too numerous to mention
The public generally will 10034 0 call and examine for
ihemselres and learn my prlua
linatingdon, N0v.23 't34,
- 11 1 1 .11 i
J. M. CUNNINGHAM. W. 7. CUNNINGHAM
B W F I R ICI
J. M. CUNNINGHAM & SON, successor. to J. AI.
Cunningham, have thin day entered into partnership to
the Foundry business and Bra prepared to furnish Cast
ings, of all kinds, and repairs at short notice and on teas•.
We are buying Obi Metal and scrap Iron at highest
Huntingdon, July 5, Mt.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c,
AND FOR SALE BY
JAS. A. BROWN,
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK
GEORGE P. ELDREDGE
CHARLES DESIL ITER,
Wholeiale and Retail
I„ItusIIER and BOOKSELLER
O.,IXSTNIIT ST., PIIILADA.
FOR COLLECTING SOLDIERS
CLAIMS, BOUNTY, BAGS PAY
AND PENSIONS. • •
ALL who may have any claims a
gainst the Government for Bounty, Back Pay and
one, can hero their claim' promptly collected by ap
plying either in pent", or by letter to
W. U. WOODS,
Attorney at Law,
August 12 'lBO3.
READING RAIL ROAD.
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
North and North-Wort for i'nri.EDElLlOril,
RZIDING, PonivILLE, 7suaxox, ALLEarrOITX, Enrox,
'Priam, leave Harrisburg for New York, as fellows At
8 00 and 815 A. M., and 145 P. M., arriving it New York
at 10 00 A, 111.., and 2 45 and 10 00 P. M.
The abovo connect with similar Trains on the Pennsyl
vania Railroad, and sleeping cars aocompauy the first two
train., without change.
Leavo for Reading, Pottsville, TatnitqUlS, 21Inersellle,
Allentown and Philadelphia at 8 15 A. 51., and 145 P. li.,
stopping at Lebancn and principal stations only.
Way Trains, stopping at all polute, at 7 25 A. Si,, and
Roturning. leave Naw-Yonx at 0 A. 01., 12 Noon, and 7
P. 11. Philadelphia at BA. All and 830 P. 11; Pottavilla
tit 850 A. 151., and 235 P. 31.1 Tamaqua at 8 10 A. Al., and
215 P. 11., and Reading at 12 midnight, 7 35 and 10 46 A.
1 38 and 8 05 P. id.
'An Accommodation Paeeenger Train leaven 1164.1036 at
6.30 A. M., and returns from PitILADILPETIA at 4,30 P. M.
Columbia Railroad Train. leave Reading at 6 40 and 11
A. Pd., for Ephrata, Line, Columbia, Ae.
On Sundays, leave New, York at 7 P. 31., Philadelphia,
316 P. M., Pottsvilla 7 30 A. M., Tamaqua 7 A. H., Mar
ti burg 8 15 A. M., and Reading at 12midnight, far Har
COISMOTATION. Mirms,tor,Areeorr, and EXCIIISION TICKETS
at reduced rates to and from all points.
Baggage checked through: 80 porinds Baggage allowed
each Passenger. _ . •
Nov. 28 1884
PENNSYLVANIA 11,/ , IL ROAD
TIME OF LEAVING 0 F TRAINS
WINTER ARRANG FMENT.
WESTWARD. ' EASTWARD '
K ft , ,—, 54 w
I '6 l
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1 q t y 'F:: ~ 5 I.t• g
STATIONS. "i H ~1 ik
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517 45011 58 119. liamilttn, 951 • 249
525458 12 05 Mt. Union,— 9 42 1 10 01 240
6 35 ...... 12 20 . Mapleton 230
5 43 616 12 29 31111 Creel:„. 925 9 46 223
659 681 12 49 048 Huntingdon, 9 12i 935 210
6 15 5 46
.1 08 'Petersburg,— 8 56 9 20 1 52
0 23 I 1 20 'Barren, I 1 44
8 91 6 02 1 32 Spruceereoh., 8 41 9 07 1 37
049 1 54 Illrmlngbam, - 120
858 6 29 2 05 Tyrone, 5 17 844 1 10
7 08 6 39 2 20 Tipton, 8 Citi 12 68
7 14 2 28 Fostoria 12 52
7 19 6 50 2 95 Bella Mills,.. 7 58 8 25 12 47
7407 /0 3 001 815 Altoona,. 740810 12 30
0. N. 3. 31. P. II
The PHILADELPHIA EXPRErE Eastward, leaves
Aitoona at P 40 V. 3t., and arrives at Huntingdon at
11 01 P.M.
The FAST LINE Eastward leaves Altocita .at 2 35
A. M., and arrives nE Huntingdon at 3 57 A.M.
The PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS Westward, leaves
Huntingdon at 7 30 A. N., and arrives at Altoona at
905 A. M.
Tho FAST LINE IVeztscard, leaves Huntingdon at
7 44 P. 11., and arrivos at Altoona at 9 05 I'. M.
HUNTINGD•ON & BROAD TOP
RAILROAD—CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after Wednesday Nov. 9,1861, rassengor Tralns
will arrivo and depart no follow.:
SOUTHWARD TRAINS. NORTHWARD TRAINS.
Eveleg Morn 'g
LE 5 26 LE 8 00111untingilon,. .....
800 8 20181ceonnollstown,
6 14 8 28 Pleasant 0r0v0,..
043 8 44 Marklesburg . •
7 07 9 00 Coffee Run,
7 19 08 Rough& Heady,.
7 40 21 Covo,
7 46 25 Fisher's Summit.
An 810 An 401, 4
LE 55I` axt "'
1 30 Piper's Hun
1 OD Hamilton
am 10 00 Faxton ,
10 15 Coalmont
10 20 Crawford,
ea 10 30 Dudloy,
road Top City
9, 1808. CLINE
:_ll . un tin
IMEI:I 7 OXfC mr.c:0r:73er..r..4
FOR SALE, AT ..LEIVIAT BOOKSTORE.
110WEFS BONGS OF lIIBLAND, containing about 175 of
the Gents of liiiiernia's Songs and Ballads, .ncludlng
50 of tilocire's Irish Slolodies, Songs of the affections,
Sentimental, Patriotic, 111$torleal, Military. Political•
Comic and Miscellaneous bongs, arranged for the
Plano:ono or Itlolodeon. Price $3.00
HOWE'S SONGS OF SCOTLAND, containing about 175
of tho Gams of Caledonia'e Songs and Ballwin, inclu
ding Songs of the affections, Sentimental, Patriotic,
Historical, Hititnry, Political, Comic and Miscellane
ous Songs, arranged for the Pianoforte or Melodeon.
HOWE'S SONGS AND BALLADS OF TUE OLDEN
TIME, containing the Original Words and Music,
of the Songs and Ballade, sung by the Grand-rnoth..
ors of the present generation. Arranged for Four
DOW '8 TRIOS: Quadrilles Contra and Fancy Dances
with Calle and Figure:3'j Wall zot, Polkas, Opera Melo.
dies, Scotch and Irish airs, Sc., Sc., for the Violin,
Flute, Cornet, Bass Viol,
SIIISICIAN'S OMNIBUS, No. 1, containing the whole
Camp Duty, Calls and Signals used In the A rmy and
Navy ; 40 setts of Quadrilles, lineluding Waltz, l'ol
ha and Schottische] with Calls; and nn Immense col
lection of Polkas, Schottisches, Waltzes' Starches,
Quicksteps, llorupipes, Curtra and Fancy Dances,
Songs, &0., for the Violin, Flats, Cornet, Clarioaett,
&c., Containing over 700 pieces of Mote,:
MUSICIAL'S OMNIBUS, No, 2, ccntaining 850 pines
of Music, consisting of 100 Ducts for two I lutes two
Violins, .20., 200 Scotch Aka, 200 Irish .Airs, Quad
rules, Fancy and Contra Dances, with tho Calls and
Figners. Polka, Schottisches, Waltzes, Quicksteps,
Marches, Hornpipes, Sougs, Sc., for tho Violin, Flute,
Clarionett, Fife, Carnet, Flageolet, dx,
THE YOUNG MEN'S SINGING BOOK; n collection Of
Music for male Voices, consisting of oleos and Part
Bongs, Choir and congregational Tunes, Anthems,
KINGLET'S JUVENILE C110111:—A selection of the
Choicest Melodies from the German, French, Ital.
ian, EnglisA and American Composers.
TRUMPET OP FREEDOM AND TIIE BUGLE C.3.LLS;two
books suitable to tbe times.
TUE BOSTON GLUE BOOK, consisting of an extensive
collection of Glees, Madrigals, and Bounds, selected
from the works of the Most admired Composers, to•
gether many now places from the German,
INSTRIICTION DOOM FOE THE PIANO, lilelodeon,
Accordoon, Violin, Banjo, Guitar, Concertina, Drum,
Fife ■nd Flageolet.
OLD FRANKLIN ALMANAC
Among other features of the. present number will be
A chronicle of the Great Rebellion continued from the
Old Franklin Almanac for 1881, containing a full and cor
rect digested record of the events of the war, military,
naval and political, from October 15th, 1863, with accounts
of Battles, Sieges, Raid; Sea-fights, and all the operations
of the war. • . •
The United States Army List. Major Generals and
Brigadier., regulars and volunteers, to November Ist,
Tho Rebel Arm.
Generals and Drip,
Losses in battle a
vember let, 18E4.
Losses of officers in Rebel Army to Immo date.
The Rebel Government, Rebel Congress, Rebel Debt,
A full digest of the United States Stamp regulations.
A full digest of the United States License regulations.
. Governments of the world to November let, 1864.
Governors of the States and Territories, Union and
Rebel, to November 1et,1864. • •
hierarchy of the Roman Catholic . Church to. Norom
ber lst,lBBi.. .
.Bishops of the Protestant Episeopal Church to Novena.
her let, 1661.
Bishops of the Methodist Epiecopal Church to Novem
ber Ist, 1564.
Reigning Queens of the world to November let, Mt
• Reigning Rings of the world to November let, 1864.
Beira Apparent to European and other Empires and
Monarchies,. . . • -
Besides other miscellannoue matter, astronomical in.
foimation, calendars, the whole comprising a val.
uablomannalthr use and reference throughout the year.
Price 20 cents per copy.
Copies mailed (post•paid) on receipt of price.
For sale at . EPAItIS'LIOOLC.STORI4. - • -tf.
AMES' A. BROWN, lluntingdon,
tif Po., sells Patent Woodon - Pumps-for cisterns and
wells, from 4 to 60 foot doop, at about ono half the usual
price for-old fashioned pumps. All pumps )v . nrmnteci.
Avg. 3 'O4. .
NOVEMBER 7, 1664
G. A. NICOLLB,
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Moro g Eve n'
Pm, N. P.M.
rAtt 12 47 AR 6 20
1:12 0 00
11 50 5 W..'
11 30 5 40
50 11 06 5 27
5.n. 11 01 5 20
10 49 5 03
10 31 5
10 256 4 6 0
5010 001N0 4 40
OUI"S RUN BRANCH
I.ut 9 40
tE 9 10
Iluntingdon, Jan. 23, 18657tf.
y List.. Lieutenant Generale, Major
diets, to same date.
ud by deaib, of Linton °Word, to No
FOR FALL AXD WINTER.
Win. MARCH & BROTHER,
Respectfully inform their numerous customers, and the
public generally, that they have just received a large and
splendid stock of Goods at their store in MARKLESDUItiII
'cumulating in part of
DRESS GOODS, ••
SILKS, • •
• NOTIONS, • o .
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
WOOD & WM
LOW. WARE ,
GLASS, }. /1
SALT, &c., &c.
AIso—BONNETS and TINWARE;
And in fact everything usually kept in a first class coun
try store; which wore bought low for cash and will be
sold at corresponding low prices for cash or country prod
uce, and request the public to give us a call before pur
chasing elsewhere, reeling satisfied we can offer Superior
inducements to mull buyers.
We repcctfully request the patronage of all, and es
pecially our Trough Creek Valley friends.
Everything token in exchange for godds except yuromi
4E - Cash pall• for all kinds of grain, for whleti tLa
hlteaLin ve erlo o t xr B i t c o ls k w o i l ll , b A o s gi
which will be sold at reasonable privet.
WILLIAM MA UCH & BRO.
Diseases of Lha Ncivovia,
ary and I,3oxual Systems,
ageigYlitY2-t;ii!!:';::`Zt=;l 7 ,',7l= - '`e.,11 . 4%;
frao of charge.
Address, DR. T. ,SST LIT:; lIOI3IIITON, Acting Sur
geon, Howard Association. No. South Nioth Streat,Phil
odelphin, Pa. (July 13, 188.1-Iy.
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Dr. Strickland's litellifiu . ous Cough Balsam la warranted
to cure Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness, Asthma, Whooping
Cough, Sore Throat Consumption. and nil affeotions of
the Throat end Lunge.
Fer solo by Druggists. General Depot, !co. 6, East
Fourth Street, Cincinnati:Ohio.
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Strickland's A nti-Chttlera Mixture as the only certain
remedy for Mantles./ and Dysentery. It ie n combination
of Astringents, Abrorbents, Stimulants and e1t1 , 13 (natives.
and to warranted to effect a cure after all other means
h- re railed.
For sale by 'Druggists. Gert.tral Depot, No. 8, East
Tip` *ilvrt •
Dr. Stricklontro .liao ;_, curcd thorioundir
Crii;Onont curo. Try it di
redly. It is warranted to cure.
For solo by all Druggists. 0 enoral Dopot; No. 6. Dust
Fourth Stroot. Cincia natl, Ohio.
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUSNESS AND
Dr. STRICKLAND'S TONIC—We can recommend
those suffering with loss of Appetite, Indigestion, or
Dyspepsia, Nervousness or Narcosis Debility, to use
Stricklend's Tonic. It is n vegetable preparation, free
from alcoholic livers; it strengthens the whole neremsa
system; it creates a good appetite, nod is warranted to
cure Dyspepsia and Nemins Debility.
For sale by Druggists generally, at $1 per battle. Pre
pared by Dr. A,
Strickland, No. 6, East Fourth Street,
C) Z S
forme-and 4Eattle Nouttlap;-
~ These Powders
" and Intestines,
7.4.7 cleanse them
bring them to
L , :; - --7 7 :,jAtf, 4 4: . _5! - - 5s- ahealthystate.
They are a
sure preventive of Lung Fever, and a certain
remedy for all Diseases incident to the horse,
such as Glan
Water, Dig- •
SlaTering, ;•-. • -
Coughs, Fe- r
vers, Loss, of e
Appetite and ,
In poor, low-spirit:el anielt.l., it be: the
most beneficial ellect
The use of them improt - ts the wind
ens the Appetite, era 'given to the n, -se.
fine, smooth and glassy shin—thus impsee
bag the appearance, vigor and spirit of this
.The property thin' PowM.e poxserscs in in
creasint; the quantity of Milk in Cows, gives
it an Importance and value which eltmld
place it in the hands of eyery prroon keeping.
a Cow. By actual experiment it has I,.ven
that it will increase 'the quantity of Miilt
Cream twenty pei cent., and make the But.cr
firm and sn'ect. In fattening . Cattle...! gives
them an appetite, lov=ers their hide altil
makes them thrive linnTi fitstcr.
In all Diseases of ,
the Swine, ouch a 3 F , -.R2.., , ,f1:..„-4,v4iv,„„,
Toughs, Ulcers in ‘..4 , ; .. :,. : • f:- . . -- '..-';,7.4-t-il ( f2:-
Ban Lunge, Lire . .., Le..4i_. erltt-,:-.V
torc. By puttin.l . -•'''S - 7. - ::::, - 1
from half a paper 1 , 7 .
ICI a paper of there ----.7- - - -- - 4.,'"--P''''lt-'7-4" -1
Powdera in a liar- r„2 . ..-,, - -;:a - -:--?..yq, = „ ,
rel of Swill, Or ,'"4l- , ...%."2121 - 7:-.
above Diseasesernhti ruird or entirely pre
vented. By using thcso l'em det.i tile Ping
Cholera can be , prevent, 1.
Prioo 25 ot3, por raper, Or 5 Papers for $l.
S. A. FOIT.TZ & BRO.,
WHOLESALE NH 10 . 0 MEDICINE DEPC:T,
No. 116 Franklin St., Baltimore, lld.
For Salo by Druggists and Storokcepers
throughout tho United Stoles.
For sale wholbsale and retail by
John Read, Huntingdon, Pa. Eap27-1
WINDOW . CURTAIN PAPERS,'
A LARGE' STOOK
. Window Curtain Papers,
BLOOD PURIFIER I.
IorTHIS GREAT INTERNAL REME
dy, is the beet medicine ever offered to the public,
the effectual cure of Rheumatism. Clout. Neuralgia,
Dyspepsia, mil as a Blood. Portlier it bas no elqual,lttr alt
diseases arising from an Impure state of the blood, such
as Scrofula' or Ring's Evil, Scald head, Tatter; Ring
Worm, Female Complaints, and all breakouts on the face
or body. The vast number of rob-on medicines uhlch
formerly bare been used for those diseases. were merely
temporary In their effects and of doubtful virtue, but
- _ _
THE R.H.EIIMATIC COMPOUND
reachis the source of all trouble, and effectually baniehee
the disease from the system by its Immediate action on
the blood. NVe adrise one and all to give it a trial, and
bocomo satisfied of its wonderful power.
Vir Road the • following testimonials of men
of unquestionable character;
MR. doHNBON :—.Dear ,Sir: . This is
to certify that I was badly crippled with Chronic Rheu
matism for eighteen or twenty yeare ; part of that time
I was not able to' go about. I tried all the rheumatic
remedies that I could hear of but found no relief until I
tried your Rheumatic Compound and Blood Purifier. I
used but three fourths of a bottle or it and It cured me
sound - end well. My wife also was afflicted 'with the
wane disease, and a small portion of it cured her. I am
nearly et:seemy years of age. Find it Moser four years since
I was cured, and I hare not been troubled with it singe.
It affords me gl eat pleasure to futnish you with tide cer
tificate, so that you can refer others who are afflicted
with rheumatism to me.
1 am yours truly,
ANDREW AR3ISTR . ONG,
N 0.19 James Street, Allegheny City
/Lymansir, May ad, MM.
MR. A. JOHNSON :—Dear Sir : My
wife was taken bad with Infinromatory Rheumatism in
March but. She was very muchlwolleu and the pain she
suffered was eerere; alto was confined to her bad. I wen
advised to try your Rheumatic Compound and Blood
so . 1 got a bottle of It, and before the half of It
was aged she was entirely well. The cure le a perfect
one; I layer saw such medicine. She had only taken
three doses of it till the swelling and pale begin to abate.
All your medicine wants is to be known In order to glee
It imam Yours ;Monona tot),
Aly residence le No. 128 Cherry alley. whore my wife
con be e.t.a by nuy person doubting the truth of the
r37zanlr4a, April 19th, 11364
CANNONSOUIIO, WAOOIKOION CO., April 12, 1864.
M. _A— ovrainnat,..--Dertr - Sir: -
wish to say . a word or two in favor of your Rheumatic
Compound and Blood Purifier.. I have ! min afflicted with
rheumatism, more or lose, for over twenty years. A great
part of that time I was very bad. I tried a greet many
rheumatic medicines but received very little benefit from
them. On the first of lost January I - wee AU bad that I
was entirely helpless. I could nor write my own name,
and I could only lie on one tide. While reading In the
United Presbyterian paper I saw a notice of your Rheu
matic Compound and Blood Purifier. I was afraid at first
that it might ho like other remedies that I have tried,
but cell was in a religious paper I concluded to give it a
trial. So I gut n bottle. used it, and found myself a little
better. I used three bottles more, and lam happy teeny
that I have neither pain or echo. lam aixty•eight years
of age, I can lie on either aide, travel. for ti-half day at a'
limo and not be fatigued.. I believe your Rheumatic
Compound and Blood Purifier to be the beet medicine ever
offered to the public for the curia of Rheumatism If
you think this no.e, with my name to it, will be of any
use to you or a suffering public; you . are at liberty to
use them. Yours with respect, -
JOHN I. LOCKHART.
MR. ° JcsIINSON :—Dear Sir : My
wife has been afflicted with neuralgia for a long time. It
commenced on her in 1859. She was so bad with it that
also was obliged to. lay In bed about four days In the
week. She tried everything that we heard of that was
recommended for that disease but she got no relief; then
we tried medical advice but it done no good. At last I
thought she must die, as I thought there AM no cure.
But in the spring of 1863, I believe in March, a daughter
of Mr. Dickey's, who lives in the court with me, said,
"Why don't yon got Johnson's Rheumatic Compound
and Blood purifier. It cured my father of the Rheuma
tism • when ho was a cripple and the doctor could do
nothing - for him." So I got a bottle of your medicine
and before my wife had the half of it used she was
cured. It is now more than a year since and she has not
been troubled with it eines. Whin Icon testify. to on oath.
PITISOURO, A pril 11th, 1864.
R.• B. SELLERS & Co., Solo Proprietors, Pittehurg, to
whom all orders should he emit
JOHN REED, Agent, Huntingdon, Pa.
Dee. 7, lira
WAR FOR THE UNION.
rculv vituNANS, ST. LOU!S,. NEHRU'S, NORFOLK, Ac
TAKEN.—ASUDY SLAIN, AND TILE BACK-
BONE OF '; SECESII " BROKEN
But while you rejoice at the success of our gallant
troops: andthe prospect of the speedy downfall of the
Rebel Army, do out forget to cell at the otoro of
'WALLACE & CLEMENT,
before purchasing elsowhere, and age our new stock
goods, Consisting of
Boots and Shoes,
and at general assortment of notions, all of which
fort oil reneonable terms for cash ur pioduce.
.11untingilou, July 1, 1803.
Ali IfiAßD.Tlrund undersigned
w,ndrmycaitth.mttionofti, ! ii : , :
and the adjoining counties to the stock of
. =DM marblo now on hand. Ho is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb. Tables
and Stones-of evory desired else and form of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and carved with appro , '
print,' devices, or plain, as may snit.
Building . Marble, Door and Window Sills, &c., will In.
furnished to order. '
W. W. pledges himself to flunleh material and work
manship equal to any in tho country, at a fair price. Call
awl am', before you purchase elsewhere. Shop on fill
treat, Huntingdon, Ca.
Ilmatiogdon,Slay 16 1856
1865. THE 1865.
LARGEST AND BEST
Ever Brought to Huntingdon,
Is now ready for inspection and sale,
Book, Stationery and Music Store.
NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES
Than the sumo article can bo bought
in Philadelphia or Pittsburg.
Consists of upwards of.
One Hundred Different Styles
Wall & Ceiling Paper & Bordering,
The Parlor, Sitting; Room,' Dining
Room, Bed Room, Hall,
Store, Shop, Sm.,
Call at the "Globe" Building,
and'examine mu. stock and prices.
• ' ~m.14. 1 / 4 11ft
A fine and largo assortment always on
AT _LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
• lITILTISEQ THE CYTHARA—The
t ltr pr e abite rin roalmodis—Tho,
" • % Shawn —neJublloo—lthntetes and
BartinPn.eniarged end- improved instructers--Weilaners
New and Improved Method fop the Guitar-4.aland's Amor
deon, Violin and Flute Instroctore—Win Mee . and Tiowlea .
Violin Instructors—Bellok's Melodeon Instructor—Bur•
rowes' Plano-Forte Primer—do. Thorough-Bain Primer
-Ilowe's Drawing Room Dances—The Chorus Glee Rook—
Tara's Harp, for bale at • •
• Boon . , STATIO.NERY MUSIC I:.TORD.
PROFESSIONAL it; nusarixtsts cAztosi
e ir D. CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEY AT. LAW.
Moe in the Brick Row, nearly opposite the Court
110 .. 0 . (April 16,1863.
AV. A STEPHENS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE.—In Treasurer's room in
Court House—up stairs.
Huntingdon, nee.ls, 1883.
i? ALLISON MILLER,
DE TIS T,
Hu removed to the Brick Bow oppoette the Court Howe.
T E. GREENLY,.
DENTIST ! . ' t ime'
Offlee removed to apposite the 'store of
D. P. Gwln, la the square, EDI street, Huntingd... 9 n....
T HE JACKSON HOTEL,
J. 31ORRISON, Proprietor
WM. LEWIS, • • •
Deafer in Hooka, Stationary and Magical lastru
manta, Huntingdon, Pa.
itr• GUTMAN & CO., Nalets • in,Reaqy
ju • made Clothing, Huntingdon, Pa.
1;)R. JOHN MeOULLOOH, offers his
professional session to tee citizens of Iftnitingdon
a n vicietty. Qftice on Rill street, one door coat of Reed's
Drug Store. , - Aug. 28, %S.
S. SMITH, Dealer in Drugs, Medi
oe. eines, Parium6ry, Dye Btuffe,.olls, &a. - AlanLare'
mice, Confectioneries, ie., Duntingdeni.N.
TAMES A. BROWN, •
ty Dealer Irk Hardware, Cutlery, Pelme t Oils, 4,4., Husk
ingdOrt, Ps. •
11. RO3l AN,
I d Dati se. er in, Heady Made Clothing,.Hataant Caps;
T 1 P. GWIN,
W i Lii i ..itarZnea D ,7l=l. ° l7gr.,',E v . dw""u""
1)00K BINDING. -
Old Books, Itogazities, or publiontlorot of any Mid,
bound to order, it left at
LEWIS' BOOK d ST.ATIONNIMSTO:RE.
DUSINESS MEN, TAKE NOTIpE!
If you want your card neatly printed upon antel
opes, call at . • • • .
• LEWIS' BOOK AiIVD STATIONERY STORE.
VOR THE LADIES.
A superior article of Note Paper and Envelopes,
suitable for confidential correspondence, for sale at
. . LEWIS' BOOK & 8.7 , 42701m0". ',woks.
M. WILLIAMS,WPhdn and Ornamental Marble gannactarer
By the box, pack,.or leas quaniity, for sale at
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORM
QCHOOL BOOKS, .
k 3 generally In use In the SaboOle of the County, not on
hand, wilt bp furnished to order, en application at
DBMS' BOOK, AND STATIONERY' STORE.,
QLD BRASS- AND COPPER taken
in exchange for goods at the Hardware Store
opt. 3,1862.. - _ .TdS. A. BROWN
IIEADY RECKONER , •
f A complete Pocket Ready Reckoner, In dollars
and cents, to which are added forma of Notes, Bills, Re.
ceibto, Petitions, &c., togothar with a set of awful tables,
containing rate of interest from one dollar to twelve thous
and, by the single day, with a 'table orwages, and board
b., 0,, ~..1....0 day, published In 1860. For sato at
(2 . UN BARRELS AND LOCKS.-A
VA large usortruout at
DROWN'S HARDWARE STORE.
- DOER ! PAPER!!
Note, Post, Commercial, Footacap and Flatcap—a
good assortment for tale by the ream, half ream, quire or
sheet, at •
LEWIS'. NEW BOOK & STATIONERY STORE. •
A.R. C M E.N T DEED PAPER=—
S ruled, for sale at .
VrONTIILY TIME BOWL%
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
DEATTINO AND DRLWINQ PAriA
White . and Colored Card, Paper,
- • Van Wail at _
LAWIS — noOE-44 STATIONERY STORE.
BOOTS and SHOES, the largest_ and
elwapost assortment In town at
• D. P. WIN'S.
T IQUORS, of the best, for Medicine
.1..1 purposes a g. 3. SMITH'S.
CALL at D. P. G-WIN'S if you want
000 D GOODS
.. . .
BLANK BOOKS, _ .
or ',Amos aura, for Sale at
LEWIS' BOOK,AND STATIONERY STO , "`
A i TUNIS ALBUMS.
A beautiful assortment of P.HOTO
‘SIRAPIt ALBUMS jilst received and
AT LEWIS' .1300 E STORE.
PAPER! PAP,D4.!! 'PAPER !!!
Tracing Paper, . .
. . . • •
Impression Parlor, . •
• Deed Paper.
• . Silk Paper for Flower*
Perforated Paper' '
, Bristol Board, .
lat Cap Paper; .
Foolscap Paper, -
Commercial Note Paper,
. Ladles' Gilt Edged Letter and Note Paper,
• . " Ladies' Plain and Fancy'Nota Paper, ..
White and Colored Card Papal., in Parke and Sheets,
For Sale a! LEWIS' Book, Stationery and Music Store.
STOCK OF FINESTATIONERY,
_LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
EVER RECEIVEDIN atrivrixoDox,
' CAN NOW BE HAD
AT LEWIS' BOON, STATIONERY AND MUSIC STORE.
AND FANCY . • -- • •
Just rooolved and for salo
LEWIS' BOOK STOR.P.. .
HOOKS AND STATIONERY.-
A good assortment of miscellaneous and School'
s—Foolocap, Letter, Commercial and Note Paper—'
Plain and Fancy Envelopes—Red, Bins and Bleak Inks,
Blank Books of numerous rises—Pens, Penclls, Rckert:and
Desk Inkstands, and every other article usually
a Book and Stationery Store, can be had 'at fair prices at
LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY k
SEGAR CASES, &c., &c.,
A handsome assortmont just received
At LTiW.lB'.l3Oolie Store.. '
GG QUICK SALES
Anybody ip wane of
Drawing and Bisiiing Paper, Bruial.cuul
ag. to. to.. 51:: • iteC:
In the "Glohe" buildjng, ItleKket Sstaere,
LEWIS' BOOR . STORE.
[BLANKS I BLANKS I. BLANKS
NSTABLE'S SALES, ATTACIPT EXECUTIONS.
ATTACHMENTS,- - • . EXECUTIONS, •
SUMMONS, ' DEEDS;
SCHISM ORDERS, 3 IXIMENTNOTES,
LEASES FOR HOUSES, NATURALIZATION D'S/I,
COMMON BONDS, JUDGMENT BONDS,
WARRANTS,. • FEE BILLS,' -
NOTES, with a waiver of the $3OO Law.
JUDOMENT NOTES, with a waiver of the giOg Law:.
ARTICLES - OF AGREEMENT, with Teachere. -
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, for Juiticeeof thoPiico
Ind Mb:datere of the Goepel.- •
COMPLAINT, WARRANT, and COMMItMENT,Dt can
of Ammon and Battery; and Affray. •_ ; • •
SOIREE FACIA.% to recover amount ofo.Tudgroint.'
COLLECTORS' RECEIPTS, for 'State, • Coui;ty,
Borough eind2owneliip Taxes: - • - ' '
Printed on auparlor papar. and for nate . theOttlatt of
the lIIINTINGDON - OLOILE. • • - • '
BLANKS, of every description, printed to order, nuatlls
at elidrenotice,'and on good Paper.' :
WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS
. EVIRYBODY'S LAN9YER
COUNSELLOR IN BIJSIIdE.SS,
It. Tells You How to draw op PARTNZPSIIIP PAP*" 1110.
gives general forms for AGRIIRMSNTS pren
kind., BTUs of PooP, LEA 3F.A roil YinTioria.
It Tells Thu llow•lo'fleaw up BONDS and 31eincionas, As
- FIDAVITS,-POWERS of ATTOTIN*Ti NOTLNIDdi
- Baca Of EXaZIANar; Ilatautoitand Hatpin',
22 7214 You The laws for the COLISMON or. Lame; Wale.
ilia Brirurre of LIMITATION, and C=l
and kind of property Eimer hots [m
0100 in every State., .
it yap Tow.. Hoer ro moko.an Atitontertr properly, with
forma for COMPOSITION with CRIDITORS,mdt
• -the INSOLVENT. LAWS of eiery , Stikte • • •,•,'
It Tdle, You The legal relations existing betvreerk
' ' DIAN and WARD, bfaerra and4rramiiirif.*
__and Lemon and Ulan..
Tells You ;What cone - Rotas : ea& Sanaa, and'
the Lavin as to Mssauur.lDOWELithe-Wiriell,.
. RIOHT - l i stoosaTra:loioltbsilid Atietooft:
It Tells You The Law for Disinter-nos' Ludwig (wary State,
. and the NArunettaartoy I.,:kweof thileonxt , -
try, and how - to ooratd3' Oa.,
It Tells You The law concerning PsHaiiige and "LOW to oh'
taro one, and the .E.F. : igafemoli Lawn to
. . .
It Tsila nu ,The Lawlor rifling, with
. t: d:- of-I:Tope; ,
--,-- • • duroilaolitaliainghn ~ e ' with itaartWoital,"
AB&IGIUEIta and TORN OF . .• 'Z ''., ~.
It Tegs You' Efow"tiiinalte feitte Was, and kitivetri finictiO ,-
. ISM. ON &MOWN, with .the law and Veil
'.- requiraiiiente thereof in eyery-State: -- ' '
1 Tat You The meaning of Lew , TM ins In general U,Efte,.
'l. . ... and eiplaine to you the Latiiar.trtfia'grity
otrim and Junicatx. Towers - of both the..:
- • - • General and State ftwfwerrwerrro. ' " -
It Tilts roti ! n0w. , ,z0 BEEP OET.OP Lilt, by aftO*l ll B holft(.;
:.- • do yoth• — bliatudsa lewdly,' time ' eitilagY - •
vast amount of prpporEy, and. utzatior7 .
litigation,' by lie timely conanitatibn:' "..
Mr. itverybody's Lawyer is for sale at leiwb' Book gita: .
Asz Slur ; ovrlFFut ANT?,
• ' , _
FOR SALE '.
AT LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY 5T01111: . •
OIL. CLOTH . WIND.. W '
GILT GOLD SHADES, ,
Td PE, CO 4 l l Itlxm, ' - TAR 4 44
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE
TOR. THE GREATEST VA.TU33TT;r7
Catat, lAvfxqrß ook' Store.
SMALL PROFITS 1"
}TAMMY 41.13 D POCKET
ANDPICKSEEP. ft citas,
ANT OTMLF. YlittAILZ Qf4 ls
Teraiay and &Iwo
CHURCH AND irriiitiron ow 13'0164
SHRE'T 'Lunt for•qi.e
POCIZi 10010, powriciiii!iiii! AND
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS,
A'yARD CARDS di:i%ID•fiOOKS".
For Sunday. and Common,paboala,
dUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS OF 4:111.01INIM
TOY, BOOKS, ALPy.4.131:T81,090,Aq.,
ALL KINDS OF BOOKS
Proper for'Bois and
For Young 1016
'WEDDING 'NNIiDEDPESAND fANDAI,
MAMBA bonAns, pm:mop ! io•
From 6 . to .75 cents.
Memorandum Books of Pariinis
SCHOOL 800118 OFALL KIN)*
DIARIES ROE 1865,
WHTTE BONISET BOARD,
Imimjimp„ cruatrx, RED, 11,118 Atfp,il49X /1(18;
Arnold's Hodgson's and , Harrison's
Wrapping Piper of Differoni Sloe. and Chuilittes
mai? Booi,sTATionlyri AND ist,inno 51-011,
where all trho , want to
go to make their purehares
BY. YRANR CROSBY,