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FROFESsioNAL & nusiSlpss CARDS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Moe to the EtticTt Row, noway opposite the Court
gouge. [April 15,18(3.
W. IL STEPHENS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
•OFFICE.—In Treasurer's room in
Court House—up stairs.
Huntingdon, Dec. 16, 1863.
P ALLISON MILLER,
rise remeted to the Brick Row opposite the Court bob
T E. GREENE,.... ,-- ... ---
L., . DENTIST. t ellassa•
°Mee removed to opposite the store of
D. P. Orrin, in the 'guar., MIL street, Ifuntingdon, Pa.
THE JAOKSON HOTEL,
S. 'MORRISON, Proprietor
j[ GUTMAN & CO., Dealers in Ready
*made Clothing, Uuntingdon, Pa.
v1;111t. JOHN McCULLOCH, offers his
professional services to the citizens of 'Huntingdon
Office on llill street, one door east of Reed's
Drug Store. • Aug.
SS. SMITH, Dealer in Drugs, Medi
. eines, Perfumery, Dye Stuffs, Oile, &c. Also—Oro
cafes, Confectioneries, &c., Huntingdon, Pa.
JAMES A. BROWN,
Dealer in Ilardwaxe, Cutlery, Painter, Oili, &e., Mutt
. Dealer in Ready Ma& Clothing, Mete and Caps,
and !hoes, &c.
♦ Dealer In Dry Goode, Grocorion, Hardware, Quoone
wan, lists and Caps, Boots and Shore, kr.
Plain and Ornamental Marble Manufacturer.
9LD BRASS AND COPPER taken
in exchange for goods at the Hardware Store
ept. 3 0 186'2. • JAS. A. BROWN
atTN BARRELS AND LOCKS.-A
V)II lease assortment at
DROWN'S HARDWARE STORE.
BOOTS and SHOES, the largest and
cheapest assortment in town, at
JIQUORS, of the best, for Medicine
purposes at 8. 8. SMITII.B.
(`TALL at D. P. GIVIN'S if you want
NJ GOOD GOODS.
• SPRING AND SUMMER,
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentlemen's Clothing of the beat material, and made
a the best workmanlike manner, call at
tprvite Oa Franklin House in Market ii.inart, Hunting
PRICES SURRENDER !
TM/ BEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
JOHN H. WESTBROOK S - 1
Respectfully informs the citizens of Huntingdon and
Vicinity that he basjuet received from the city a NEW and
aplendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, &c., &c., &c., &c.
all of which he le prepared Olen at reduced prim.
A lot of choice CIONPECTIOXERIES have also been re
Don't forget the old stand in the Diamond. Old caste.
more and the public generally are invited to call.
Huntingdon, apri 12,1665.
IIi'MANIGALtS LIVERY STABLE.
Between the Baptist and Catholic Churches,
HUNTINGDON ; PA.
FUME PUBLIC GENERALLY are
Wormed that the subscriber is prepared at hie Now
LIVERY STABLE, to accommodate all with
HORSES, BUGGIES, & CARRIAGES
at reasonable rates, on short notice.
Hottulgdoti, March 8,1865-Iy.
WAR FOR THE UNION
NEW ORLEANS, Dr. LOUIS, MIIMPIIIS, NORFOLK, Lc.
TAKEN.—ABERY SLAIN, AND THE BACK
BONE OF i‘ SECESII" BROKEN
But while yon rejoice at the success or oar gallant
troops, and the prospect of the speedy downfall of the
Rebel Army, do not forgot to call at the store of
WALLACE & CLEMENT,
before purchasing elsewhere, and see our new etoob
goods, consisting of
Boots and Shoes,
Tobacco, B ogies,
•na a general assortment of notions, all Of which
fell on reasonable terms for cash or produce.
Huntingdon, July 1, 1663.
ofNi-ARBLE YARD. The undersigned
would respectfolly call the attention of the citizens
cmtingdon and the adjoining counties to the stock of
beautiful marble now on hand. lie is prepared to furnish
at the shortcut notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
end Stones of every desired size and form of Italian or
Pastern Marble, highly finished, and carved with appro.
print* derieeeor plain, se may suit. .
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, Se., will be
/unlisted to order.
W. W. pledges hhneelf to furnish material and work
manehip equal to any In the country, at a fair price. Call
cod cos, before you purchase elsorrhere. Shop on Hill
tree; Huntingdon, pa.
New Furniture Er.tablishment.
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in Furniture,
Respectfully invites tho attention of the Public to his
stand-on-Hilt st., HuntingdOn, between ennninghares
*Rare and Dean's National Houeeovher• be manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a call.
Repairing of all Made attendedto promptly and charge&
*IP Also, Hndertaking carried on, and Coffins winds to
any style desired, at short notion.
43 ,- Flatlands attended at any place In town or coon
ry, by J. M. WISE.
CHEAP PUMPS. •
TAMES A.., BROWN, Huntingdon,
P., little ,Patent Wooden Primps for cisterns and
wall., [rein 4to 60 feet deep, at shoot one half the usual
price for old tealdoood pumps. All pumps warranted.
COUNTRY DEALERS can
CUOT4IIIO no ma M 41101400 n at
LIOLHSALN ea clump es they -cta, the
Mee, es Imiva esholeselq gem 111 rbn a
THOS. FISHER. H. C. FISHER. T. C. FISHER
FISHER & SONS
STAPLE & FANCY DRY-GOODS,
A HANDSOME STOCK of GOODS,
of all Muds, Is now open for the inspection of tho public,
and we cordially havito all our Customers and the public
generally, to cell end he convinced that we are unequal
led In the quality, lento, etylo, and prices of our Goode.
We request the public to boar in mind that we par•
chase principally from that hands in New York, pay
Caen for all we buy, and cannot be rivalled in our facill-
ties for oponing for public use, a stock of General Mor
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND FEED.
WE ARE PREPARED TO PUR
cbase all kinds of GRAIN, for which ~ will pay the
highest cash prices, and will hare for sale at all times,
FLOUR, FRIG, La.
WE HAVE an IMMENSE STOCK
of PLASTER; an ample supply for this and neighboring
counties I Having a Mill oxprossly for grinding it, we
can produce floor and more desirable stock than can usu
ally be bad.
WE OFFER 500 BBLS of SPLEN
did ONONDAIGA SALT, unegunlled In crustily and price.
G. A, Salt in sacks is also kept constantly on hand.
Quarter Barrels and Kits, of all numbers, are also of.
WE ARE AT ALL TIMES PRE-
pared to buy SUMAC; will pay:cash, or trade, as dtudred
THE lIIGH PRICES RULING FOR
Cotton Goods has compelled public attention to be more
especially directod to the culture of Flax. It maim made
by some attention, ono of the most Talliable products a
farmer can produce; an acre readily producing 60 to 60
Dollars 'Korth of ftbre and seed. Great care should be
taken by growers have their Flax spread very thin
when rolling; when watered sufficiently on ono aide, it
should be turned, and subject to exposure until all the
stalls get a grey color, and the lint readily separates
front the wood by a gentle rub.
It should on a very dry day be tied in bundles, and is
tbrn• ready for the mill. As a general thing too much
seed Is sown on an acre. Unless the ground Is very rich
one Bushel per sere Is eppaclent...lf the ground is very
strong ono and one Ranh Duane' 13 ample.
De. le, 1852,
10 MAE. No 1 MACKEREL
10 " No. 2 "
-er- , 0 ...-.-
1865. THE 1865.
LARGEST AND BEST
Ever Brought to Htuitingdqn,
Is now ready for inspection and sale,
Book, Stationery and .111uaio Store.
NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES
Than the same article can be 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, •
• Kitchen, Office,
Store, Shop, &c., &e.
Call at the "Globe" Building,
and examine our stock and prices.
. 77416;1' .
READING RAIL ROAD,
NOVEMBER 7, 1661
EAT TRUNK LINE FItOM THE
North and North-Went for PHILADELPHIA, ,NYIS ,
Man, READINO, POTTSVILLE, LEBANON, ALLENTOWN, EASTON,
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as follows! At
3 00 and 8 15 A. M., and 145 P. M., arriving at Now York
at 10 00 A, AL, and 2 45 nod 10 00 P. H.
The shove connect with similar Trains m the Pennsyl
vania Railroad, and sleeping cars accompany the first two
trains, without change.
learn for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Minersville,
Allentown and Philadelphia at 8 15 A. li., and 14 5 5 1'..31.,
stopping at Lebanrn and principal stations only.
Way Trains, stopping at all points, at 7 25 A. M., and
440 P. M.
Returning. leave NEW-Tone nt 0 A. M., 12 Noon, and 7
P. M. PLiladelphia nt BA. NI-, and 320 P. ; Pottsville
at 8 50 A. M., and 2 35 P. 01t. Tamaqua at S 10 A. NI., and
2 15 P. NI., and Reading at 12 midnight, 7 33 and 10 45 A.
1 38 and 0 05 P. M.
An Accommodation Passenger Train leaves HEADING at
6.30 A. M., and returns front PIiILADELPIIIA at 4,30 P. M.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Rending at 6 40 and 11
A. M., for Ephrata, Litiz, Colombia, &c.
On Sundays. leave New York at 7 P. M., Philadelphia,
315 P. M., Pottsville 7 20 A. M., Tamaqua 7 A. NI., Cor
si burg 815 A. 71., and Reading. at 12mitinight, for far
COIIiIITATION, MILEAME, SEASON, and EXCURSION TICKETS
at reduced rotes to end from nit points.
Boggogu checked through: 80 pounds lloggaga allowed
each Psesengcr. .
O. A. NICOLLB,
<` S a' _
P ENNSYLVANIA RC IL ROAD
TIME OF LEAVING 0 P TRAINS
SUMMER ARRAN G EMENT.
WEST IVA RD. EA ST IVA R D
.-.• LI , R
. 5 t it. c' ti ' P t,i .
- 4 tl '4 . 4 STATIONS. C r ''' 4 0 Fi
- ta o
P, H r o g E 1 'r: .'' c• .
P. 11.1 A. 74.1 P.M I A. 11. r. M. .t.st.l P. mi
5 17 4 50111 SSI N.llninilton, 0 61 219
5 25 458 12 OS Mt. Union,— 0 42 10 01 2 10
5.35 ...... 12 20 51rtploton, 2 10
543 5 16 12 20 Mill Crook,— 9 25, 9 46 1 53
5 50 531 12 48 648 Huntingdon, 9 121 035 1 40
6 15 5 46 1 08 !Petersburg,— 8 501 9 20 1 22
6 23 I 1 101 Illarreo, I I I 1 14
631 602 1 32 Spruceersol., S 41 9 07 1 07
6 49 1 51 ...... Birmingham, 12 50
058 8 20 2 05 Tyrono, 8 17 8 44 12 413
708 639 220 ' Tipton, 800 12 28
7 14 2 28 Fostoria. 12 22
7 10 650 235 ...... Boll's Mills,- 7 06 8 23 12 17
7407 10 3 001 815 Altoona,. 740810 12 00
P. M.l A. M. P. 11. A. It. . P.M. A. M. P. Id
A Huntingdon at
The PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS
Altoona at A 40 P. AL, awl arrive;
11 01 P.M.
Tho FAST LINE Eastward leaves
A. M., and arrives nt Huntingdon at 3 5'
The PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS I
Huntingdon at 7 30 A. M., and ant
0 05 A. 51.
The FAST LINE Westward, leaves Huntingdon at
7 412. M., and arrivals at Altoona at 0 05 P. M.
TINODON & BROAD TOP
I after Wednesday, JUNE 14, 1865, Passenger
ill arrive and depart as follows :
WARD TRAINS. NORTUWARD TRAINS.
Earnzes.l M en. _ Exennssi • Blett..
P. 11. lA. SI. P. IL P. IL
1 . I SIDINGS. I
Lz ti 101tA 8 0011Iuntingdon,tit 12 01 An 6 20
6 271 817 11eConnellstown, 1 11 44 527
6 311 824 Pleasant Grove, 11 37 550
648 838 Marklesbu:g, 11 23 630
702 852 Con° Run, 11 10 522
709 809 Rough& Ready, 11 02 514
.7 21 911 Core, 10 40 505
7 56 915 FielleenSueatait . 10 45 5 00
An 7 40 lli. 9 701 Saxton
to 10 30 LE 4 45
is 7 50 in 0 401 An 10 2.1 An 4 35
10 10 0011tiddlesburg 10 05 415
181 10 08111opessell 902 407
20 10 20.Piper'8 Hun, 040 355
45 10 35 Ilrtmilton, 925 340
57 10 47 Moody Run, 913 2 25
An 00 Anlo 50 Mount Dallas, 9 101 LE 325
OUP'S RUN BRANCH
10 55 Conlmont,
11 00 Crawford,
en 11 10 Dudioy,
inroad Top City,
is 10, 1865. OLIVE
• PLANTS, &C.,
At the nurseries of Taylor & Crenter
Who offer their stock of well grown
and thrifty TREES, TINES, PLANTS, ST., at their old
prices. The expense of grafting, and planting this stock
having boon incurred before the outbreak of tho,rettelllon
when the price of labor was low, they can afford to sell
those Trees at 50 per cent. less than they can sell tho same
kind of trees next year. While other Nurserymen hayo
raised their prices about IC per cent., these still Bonet the
old rates this year; that is to say—Apple Trees, $l5, $lB,
and $2O per hundred, according to size, A c. Standard Pear
50 to 75 cents each. Dwarf Pear, 50 to 75 cents each, and
po to $45 per hundred. Plum and Apricot, at 40 to CO
cents each. Also, Poach, Cherry, Quince and other trees;
Grape Tinos, Lawton Blackberry, Raspberry, and Straw
berry plants ' Dahlia. roots, and Shade and Ornamental
Trees—all at the old rates.
Money invented in fruit trees is sure to yield a good re
turn. Now to your time to order trees.
Address, THEODORE If. CRIOIOII,
.febB, ISCP littatht,gdon, Pa.
J. Si. CUNNINGHAM. W. F. CUNNINGHAM
W II .
N F J. M. CUNNINGHAM & SON, successors to J. M.
Cunningham, have this day entenal into partnership hi
tho Foundry business and are prepared to furnish Cast
ings, of all kinda, and repairs at chart notice and no ma,
We aro buying Old Metal and scrap Iron at highest
Ifuntingdon, July 6,1161.
Diseases of the Nervous, Seminal,-Urin
ary and Sexual Systems,
Now and'rellable trentrnent—in reports by the HOWARD
ASSOCIATION—Ient by mail in scaled letter envelopes,
free of chnrge.
Addreee, DR. J. MULLIN HOUGHTON, Acting Su,
goon, lIDWAieI Aeeociation, No. 2 tenth Ninth Street:Phil
zilapilia, h e. [July 13,1351-37.
33 CA CA 3EK. S.
For Sale at Lewis' Book Store,
Annals of the Army of the Cumberland.
Rebel Invasion of Maryland and Pennsylva
nia, and the Battle of Gettysburg.
Pictorial History of the Wars of the U. S.
Washington and his Generals.
Kano's Arctic Explorations, 2 volumes.
Webber's Wild Sconce and Wild Hunters.
Field's Scrap Book.
O'Neill's Glimpses of Animated Nature.
Parley's Columbus; Washington & Franklin.
Chambers Information for the People, 2 Vols.
Selections in Poetry, by Epes 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 Lee Mentz
Handbook 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 Now Orleans, by Alex. Walker.
Irving's Life of Washington, 5 volumes.
Life of John Fitch, by Thompson Westeott.
Smucker'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.
Freedlev's Practical Treatise on Business.
Sinding's History of Scandinavia.
Walker's Rhyming Dictionary.
Good's Book of Nature. •
Ovid, [literally translated,] by 11. T. Riley.
Beauties and Achievements of the Blind.
Stewart's Freemason's Manual.
Cross' Masonic Chart. •
Shakspeme'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 Old Doctor, do.
The Wanderer, do.
Adam Bede, by George Elliot.
Courtship and Matrimony, by Robert Morris
Parisian Pickings, by Julie De Marguerittes
Richard Penn Smith's Miscellaneous Works
Horse Shoo Robinson, by J. P. Kennedy.
Father and Daughter, by Fredrika Bremer.
Fashion and Famine, by Mrs. Ann Stephens
Mary Derwent, do.
Peculiar, by Epes Sargent.
Quaker Soldier, or British in Philadelphia.
Anecdotes of Love, by Lola Mon tez.
Ago of Chivalry, by Thomas Bulfinch.
Tale of a Tub, &c., &c., by Dean Swift.
The Inltials, a Story of Modern Life.
The. Methodist, by Miriam Fletcher, 2 vols.
The World's Laconics ; or Best Thoughts of
Beet - Autlias - ,ln Prose and Poetry.
Robert Houdin, the Magician, by Mackenzie
Skirmishing, 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.
" Bitter Sweet. •.
Los Miserables, by Victor Hugo.
The Trial, or Moro Links of the Daisy Chain
Book of Nonsense, by Edward Lear.
Nasby Papers, [Comico-Politico-Iteligice.]
How to do Business, a Manual of Practical
The Ladies' Work-Table Book.
Zulu Land, by Rev. Lewis Grout.
Clarke's Commentaries op New Testynent.
Dutch and English Testament.
Bunyan's Pilgrim Progreso.
Lima Three Mrs. JOdson's and other Daugh
ters of the Cross, by Rev. D. Eddy.
Strialaud's Life of Jacob Gruber.
Shadow on the Hearth, by Rev. N. Rico.
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 Sins.
Headley's Sacred Plains.
;QUI-nine's Evidences of Christianity.
Dealings with the Dead.
Slavery Viewed front 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. Sigourncy.
The Guardian Angels, or Friends in Heaven,
by Mrs. Sarah Gould.
The Daughter of Affliction, a memoir of the
Protracted Sufferings and Religious Ex
perience of Miss Mary Rankin:
Barnes' Family Prayers.
Jay's Family Prayers.
Fleetwood's Life of Christ.
Affection's Gift for the Loving and the Loved,
by J. Cole Hagen.
The Future of Nations, by Louis Kossuth.
The Now Fortune Teller, or the Poetical
Altoona at 2 33
Ives at Altoona at
Mrs. bale's Receipts for the Million.
i'he Philadelphia Housewife, or Family Re
Soyor's Standard Cookery.
Miss Acton's 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
Mitch-Cow, by John Neffien.
Mayhow's Illustrated Horse Management.
The Horse and His 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.
Bannau's Wages and Labor Calculator.
Serihner's Ready Reckoner and Log Book,
fur Lumber Merchants, Ship Builders
and Bout Builders.
Scribner's Assistant for Farmers; Millers,
Produce Dealers And Mechanics.
Rohrer'E, practical Calculator.
Engineers' and Mechanics' Pocket Book, by
Chas. H. Haswell.
Arrowsmith's Paper Hanger's Companion.
The Company Clerk, by Capt. A. V. Kautz.
United States Army Regulations.
Infantry and Cavalry Tactics.
Tax Law and Stamp Duty Cards. .
Pocket Maps of United States, Pennsylvania,
and the Western States.
Mitchell's New Traveller's Guido through
the United States and °swedes.
Constitution of the United States.
Freed!ey's Legal Advisor.
Everybody's Lawyer, by Frank Crosby.
Book of Drawing-Room Playa, by S. Steele.
The Sociable,or 1001 Horns Amusements.
Hoyle's. Games: Chess, Backgammon, dm.
Checker's Simplified and Explained by D.
Spectropin; or Surprising Spectral Illusions,
showing Ghosts everywhere, and of any
Color, with Sixteen Illustrations.
Dime, and other Letter-Writers.
The Teacher, (Phonographic.)
The Reporter's Companion, (Phonographic.)
Pitman's Manual of Phonography.
How to Talk, a Manual of .Conversation and
Walker's Elocution and Oratory.
MeEllir , ott's American Debater.
Whatoly's Selection of Synonyms.
Davies' Logic and Utility of Mathematics.
Gilfillan's Literature and Literary Men.
Brown's Grammar of English Grammars.
Page's Theory and:Sractice of Teaching.
FAn 9 20
t ae 8 50
Holbrook's Normal Method of Teaching.
Wickersham's School Economy.
Elocutionary Manual, by Hiram Corson.
Mangnall'o Comprehensive Summary of His
tory, &c., &c.
tier Also, an assortment of Juvenile and
Interlinear Translations of Ovid, Virgil, Ci
cero, Sallust, Horace, (Latin ;) Xeno
phon'e Anabasis • Homer's Iliad, and the
Gospel of St. John, (Greek.)
Anthon's Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary.
Sander's German and English Primer.
Sargent's Primary, Intermediate and Stand
Frost's American Speaker.
Northend's Little Speaker.
Dime Speakers and Dialogues.
Johnston's Natural Philosophy.
" Primary "
" Elements of Chemistry.
Fowne's " . "
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 Guide to Illustrations: to accom
pany Holbrook's School Apparatus.
How to use Globes, by F. C. Brownell.
The Natural Spelling Teacher.
Sherwood's Speller and Pronouncer.
Hann's Elements of Spherical Trigonometry
Key to Bonnycastle's Algebra.
Robinson's University Algebra.
[See School Books in another column.]
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A fino and largo assortment always on
AT LETVLS' BOOK STORE.
Old Brooks. Magazines, or poblirations of any kind,
bound to order, if lekot
LEWIS' I.looli tf: STATIONERY STORE.
JUSTNESS NEN, TAKE NOTICE!
If you want your card neatly printed upon envel
opes, call it
LEWIS' BOOK. .A.I.YD STATIONERY STORE.
O 1: r.I'TTE LADIES.
A -ups riar article of Note Paper and Envelopes,
Alia/ courespondonce, fur sale at
UOOK STATIONERY STORM
N Eta P •
Ily rho r; or less quantity, for sale at
I. F it• OK AND STATIONERY STORE.
cno 01, BOOKS, •
Generally in use in the Schools of the Cent:Ay, not on
hand, wilt In 3 furnished to order, en application at
LEWIS' BOOK, AND STATIONERY STOR
IIiA a RECKONER
n i) co l :nplcto rocket Ready Reckoner, in dollars
an cents, to which are added forms of Notes, Bills, R (~
ceipte Petitions, &c., together with a set of useful tables,
containing rate of interest from one dollar tOtwelve thris
and, by the single day, with a table of wages, and board
by the week and tiny, published in 1859. For sale at
'LEW'S' ROOK STORE.
DAPER ! PAPER!!
1 Note, Post, Commercial, Foolscap and Flatcnp—n
good assortment for sale by the ream, half ream, quiro or
LEWIS' NEW ROOK & STATIONERY STORE.
13 4ItOIIDIENT DEED PAPER
ruled, for solo at
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
MONTHLY TIME BOOKS,
For sale at
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
DRAPTINO AND DRAWINO Dinn
lnile and Colored Card Paper,
For aule nt
I,KlrlS' ROOK tt STATIO.WERY STORE:
Dealer in ISooka, Stationery and Musical Instru
moats, Iluntingdua, Pa.
OP VARIOUS SIZES, for vale at
LEWIS' BOOF. AND ERYSTOHY
A beautiful assortment of PHOTO
cSItAPII just received and
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
AT _LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
Dr. Strickland's Mellifluous Douglt Balsam is warranted
to cure Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness, Asthma, Whooping
Cough, Sore Throat, Consumption, and &l affections of
the Throat and Lungs.
. . .
For sale by Druggists. (tumoral Depot, No. 6, East
Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
roinctiy Diarthom and 13 , ;,,entery. It is a combination
of A, I el nee nts, Abaorbentu,Sthoulents and Carruiputives,
-11 fluted to effect a cure after all other mucus
Druggists. General Depot, No. 6, East
~ C ~~~~
Dr. Strickland's Pilo Remedy has cured thousands of
the worst cases of [itend Bleeding Piles. 7,t gives lin
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