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NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS 1 !
25 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN
THE CHEAPEST 1
AT COFFEE RUN STATION,
Weida respectfully call tho attention of his old patrons
specially, and the public to general, to his extensive
stock of well selected new Goode, Just reedited from the
Eastern cities, consisting, in part, of
ea Ware, Notions,
Bats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Bonnets, Shawls, Circu
lars, Hardware, Queensware,. Gro
ceries, Wood and Willow-ware, Tobacco,
Segare, Nails, Glass, Provisions,
Oil, Fish, Salt, Tinware, Cop
per Ware, Drugs and
and all ether articles kept in a first class airy store;
all selected with the greatest ears 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 tyivari
tags to call and - examine oar unsurpassed stock, before
purchasing elsewhere.. No pains will be spared in show
ing our Goods. Ladies are specially invited to examine
our largo stock of fashionable dress goods; Shawls, Cir
culate, Furs, and a great variety of Woolen Goods, Hosie
ry, Se. Also, a handsome assortment of LADLES' COATS
All kinds of produce taken in exchange at the highest
market prices—Cash not refused. By strict attention to
the wants of cdstomers, we hope to receive a continuation
of the liberal patronage with which we bare been hereto
fore favored. Come one and all, and TIM
um_ New Goods received daily.
PROFESSIONAL ar. BUSINESS CARDS
T D. CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in tho Brick Rowp nearly opposito the Court
House. [April 15, 1563.
W. A. STEPHENS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE.—In Treasurer's room in
Court House—up stairs.
Huntingdon, Dec. 16, 1.663.
T 1 ALLISON MILLER,
Eras removed to the Brtch Row opposite the Court Reese
T E. GREENE,
er • DENTIST. l lairrisi
Office removed to opposite the etora of
D. P. Guilt, in the equate, Hill street, Huntingdon, Pa.
THE JACKSON HOTEL I
J. liORRISON, Proprietor
AT GUTMAN & CO., Dealers in Iteacly
jj_ L. • mado Clothing, Huntingdon, Pa.
FIR. JOHN MeCULLOCH, offers his
professional services to the citizens of Huntingdon
and vicinity. Mee on 11111 street, one door cast of lieed'e
Drug Store. Aug. 28, '55.
Q S. SMITH, Dealer in Drugs, Medi
kJ. cines;Perfumery, Dye Stuffs, Oils, Le. Also—Lira
cedes, Confectionaries, to., Huntingdon, Pa.
TAMES A. BROWN, •
Dealer in Dardware, Cutlery, Paints, Oils, &e., Slant
Dots ROMAN, _
• ,„,„.. • ligl w et; , l c Ready Mail. Clothing, Hats and Cape,
. Dealer in Dry 0 cods, G rotaries, ITardware, Queens
cam,-Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, &c.
RV Blain nod Ornamental Marblo Manufacturer.
BRASS AND COPPER taken
in exchange tor goods at the lieraware Store
pt. 3,1.862. JAS. A. BROWN
(fICIN BARRELS AND LOCKS.-A
VA tiarge assortment at
BROWN'S RARDWARE STORE.
PDOTS and SHOES, the largest and
thl 3 cheapest assortment in town, at
D. P. GWIN'S.
IQUORS, of the best, for Medicina
a./ purposes at S. S. snuffs.
°ALL at D. P. G'IN'S if you want
j GOOD GOODS.
' CLOTHING . •
SPRING AND SIIMAIRR,
• CHE AP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentlemen's Clothing of the best material, and made
II the best workmanlike manner, call at
apposite the Franklin Rouse in !dulcet Square, Renting•
Runthigdcu aprlll2, '65.
GREAT ENTHUSIASM !
PRICES SURRENDER ! !
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
JJOHN H. WESTBROOK V‘
Respectfullyluferrnie the citizens of Huntingdon and
vicinity that he hasjust reCeivod from the city a NEW and
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, &c., &c., &c., eke.
all of which Ito is prepared [owl! at reduced price.
A lot of choice CONFECTIONERIES have also been re
Don't forget the old stand In the Diamond. Old oust°.
mers and the public generally are invited to call.
Huntingdon, apri 12, IBM ,
ItIMANIGA.L'S LIVERY STABLE.
- MONTGOMERY STREET,
Between the Baptist and Catholic Churches,
THE PUBLIC GENERALLY aro
a i t s e r tYl P v n c r i at
HORSES, BUGGIES, & CARRIAGES
at reasonable rates, on short notice.
Huntingdon, March 8,1885-Iy.
WAR FOR THE UNION.
NEW ORLEANS, ST. LOUIS, ➢IEMPIIIS, NORFOLK, &c.
TAKEN.—ASIIBIr SLAIN, AND TUB BACK
BONE OF " SECESII" BROKEN
Dot tell ilo you rejoico at the, success of our gallant
troops; and Lisa prospect of the speedy downfall of the
Rebel Army, do not forget to call at Cho store of -
WALLACE & CLEMENT,
before purchasing elsewhere, and see our uow stook
goods, consisting of
Boots and Sham
.. • , E.houlders,
and a general assortment of notions, all of which
Pred ou reasonable terms for cash or produce.
Huntingdon, July 1, 1863.
trA„, "Slavery vimve4l from tbo Bible
Stand Point," by Roy. J. M. Adair, for
sale at Lewis' 13ook . Store, price 10
THOS. FISHER. H. G. FISHER. T. C. visuEn
FISHER & SONS
STAPLE & FANCY DRY-GOODS,
A HANDSOME STOCK of GOODS,
or all kinds, is now open for the inspection of the public,
and we cordially invite all our Customers and the public
generally, to call and be convinced that we are unequal
led in the quality, taste, style, and prices of our Goode.
We request the publio to boor In mind that we pur
chase principally from first hands in New York, pay
CASH for all we buy, and cannot be rivalled in our facili
ties for opening for public use, a stack of General Mer
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND FEED.
WE ARE PREPARED TO PUR
chase all hinds of GRAIN, for which we will pay the
highest casli prices, and will bays for sale at all times ;
FLOUR, FEED, Ac.
WE HAVE an IMMENSE STOCK
of PLASTER; an ample supply for this and neighboring
counties! 'flaring a Mill expressly for grinding it, we
can produce finer and more deelrablo stook than can usu
ally be bad.
SALT I SALT !
WE OFFER 500 BBLS. of SPLEN
did ONONDAIGA SALT, unequalled in quality and price.
Salt in sacks is also kept constantly on hand.
10 13b1s. No 1 MACKEREL
10 " No. 2
10 " No. 8
1.1. Ralf Bble. No. 1 "
20 " " No. 2 "
10 " • No. II a
Quarter Barrels and Kits, of all numbers, are also of.
WE ARE AT ALL TIMES PRE-
pared to buy SUMAC, will pay:easb, or trade, as desired
THE lIIGH PRICES RULING:FOR
Cotton Goods has compelled public attention to be more
especially directed to,the culture of Flax. It can be made
by some attention, one of the most valuable products o
farmer can produce; an acre readily producing Oh to OO
Dollars worth of fibre and seed. , Great care should bo
taken by growers hove their Flax spread very thin
when rolling; when watered sufficiently on ono aide, it
should be turned, and subject to exposure until all the
stalks got a grey color, and the lint readily separates
from the wood by a gentle rub.
It should on a very dry day be tied in bundles , and is
then ready for the mill. As a general thing too much
seed is gown on an acre. Unless the ground is very rich
one Bushel pee acre is sufficient. If the ground ip very
strong onenad one (Mirth Imehel to ample,
Dec. 10, 1801.
1865. T E 1865.
LARGEST AND BEST
Ever Brought to Huntingdon,
Is now ready for inspection and sale,
Book, Stationery and Katlic 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,
Store, Shop, &c., ke.
Call at the "Globe" Building,
and examine our stock and prices.
'READING RAIL ROAD,
NOVEMBER 7, MI.
aItEAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
vfi North and North-West for PHILADELPHIA, NEW
YORK, READING, PoTTSULLE, LEBANON, ALLENTOWN, EASTON,
Trains leave Harrisbur g for Now York, as follows At
3 00 and 8 15 A. 61. rind 145 P. M., arriving at Now York
at 10 00 A, AL, and 3 45 and 10 00 P. M.
The above connect with similar Trains on the Pennsyl
vania Railroad, and sleeping cure accompany the first two
trains, without change.
Leave for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Minersville,
Allentown and Philadelphia at 8 16 A. Id., and 146 P. 21.,
stopping at Lebanc n and principal stations only.
Way Trains, stopping at all points, at 7 25 A. M., and
4 40 P. M.
Returning. leave NSW -Yong at 9 A. M., 12 Noon, and 7
P. N. PLiladelphirt at BA. 81-, and 330 I'. 81; Potterille
at 8 50 A. 51., and 2 35 P. N.; Tamaqua at 8 10 A. N., and
2 15 P. 51., and Beading at 12 midnight, 735 and 10 45 A.
1 38. and 6 05 P. 81.
An Accommodation Passenger Train leaves READING at
8.30 A. St., and returns from PIIILADELPIIIA at 4,30 P. M.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 040 and 11
A. M., for Ephrata, Litiz, Columbia, &c.
On Sundays, Jeavo Now York at 7 1 , , 78., Philadelphia,
315 P. 31., Pottsville 7 30 A. niTawaqua 7 A. 31., Har
r' burg, 8 15 A. Of., and Reading at 12midnight, for Har
COMMUTATION, MILEAGE, SEASON, and EXCURSION TICKETS
at reduced rates to and from all points.
Bong:Igo checked through: 80 pounds Baggage allowed
G. A. NICOLL%
PENNSYLVANIA RP IL ROAD
TIME OF LEAVING 0 CTItAINB
SUMMER ARRANG E7JIIE4VT.
TrEsTinteD. EA STKIR II
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1 STATIONS. ; 2l "-1 ,-,-, .
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. u.l A. M. I P. M.l A. M. I r. N. I A. IL I r. Ml
17 45011 63 - N.Tlamilton, 951 219
25 4 58 12 08 501. Union,... 9 42 10 01 2 10
35 12 20 Mapleton,..... 2 10
43 51612 29 Mill Creek,— 9 25. 9 40 1 53
59 5 31 12 48 648 Huntingdon, 9 121 035 1 40
15 5 46 1 08 !Petersburg,— 8 501 9 20 1 22
2 - 4 11 20 !Petersburg,...
1 1 14
31 - 602 1 32 SprnceCreelt, 3 41 9 07 1 07
49 1 51 12iriningbam, 12 50
59 6 29 2 05 Tyrone, 8 17 S 44 12 40
08 6 39 220 Tipton 8 00 12 29
14 2 IS Fostoria, 12 22
19 6 60 2 35 Bell's Mills,- 7 56 8 25 12 17
40 710 3 00/ 815 Altoona,. 740810 12 00
.14. A. M. P. 11. A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M
MO -- ..A EXPRESS 'Eastward,. leaves
Altoon ~ and arrives at Huntingdon at
a at 9 40 P. M.,
FAST LINE Eastward leaves Altoona at 2 35
and arrives nt Huntingdon at 3 1. , 7 A. MI.
PHILADELPHIA. EXPRESS Westward, leaves
ingdon at 7 30 A. 31., and arrives at Altoona at
FAST LINE Westward, leaves Huntingdon at
and arrives at Altoona at 0 05 P. 31.
7 41 1
H UNTINGDON & BROAD TOP
On and after Wednesday, JUNE 14, 1665, Passenger
Trains will arrive and depart as follows:
SOUTHWARD TRAINS. NORTHWARD TRAINS.
P.M. A. M.
LE 6 10 LE 8 00111untingdon,
9 27 8 17 MeConnellotown,
0 34 8 24 Pleasant Grove,..
8 48 8 33 Marklesburg,
7 02 8 52 Coffee Run,
7 09 8 59 Rough& Ready,.
7 21 9 11 Cove,
7 05 9 15 nailer's Summit.
An 7 40 AR. 9 nr 0 ,,„.„
LE 7 50 LE 401`""" ,
810 10 001111dillesburg
818 10 081Hopeirell, .
930 10 20 Piper's Run,
845 10 35 Hamilton,
8 57 10 47 litlonily Run
AA 9 00 Anlo 50 Mount Dalin%
LE 10 40ISaxton ,
10 55 Conlmont ,
11 00 Crawford,
,oi 11 10 Dudley,
Brood Top City,
io 14, 1865. OLIVE.
MARBLE YARD. The undersigned
would respectfully call the attention of the citizens
of Huntingdon and tho adjoining counties to the stock of
beautiful marble now on hand. Ito is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
and Stones of every desired size and form of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and carved with appro.
priate devices, or plain, as may suit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Sale, Sze., will be
furnished to order.
W. W. pledges himself to furnish material and work
manship equal to any in the country, at a fair price. Call
and see, before you purchase elsewhere. Shop on 11111
treet, Huntingdon, Da.
Huntingdon ,May 16.1555
New Furniture Establishment.
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in Furniture,
Respectfully invites the attention of the Public to his
stand on Hill et., Huntingdon, between Crinningham's
Store and Dean's National House, where he manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to giro him a call.
Repairing of all kinds attended to promptly and charges
.4D- Also, Undertaking carried on, and Coigns m ads In
any style desired, at short notice.
4'4 - Funerals attended at any place in town or soon
ry, by J. M. WISE.
Huntingdon, Sept. 24,1862-ff
NE W F I R M
J. M. CUNNINGHAM & SON, successors to J. M.
Cunningham, lava this day enterod into partnership in
the Foundry business and aro prepared to furnish Cast
ings, of all kinds, and repairs at short notice and on rear.
We are buying Old Metal,and scrap Iron at highest
Huntingdon, July 11, 1861.
COUNILING f TRY
CLOT ma In Hunting at
• WHOLESALE as cheap as they can in no
ides, as I have trwholoaale ultra in lihiladelplit 4
33 q=a , C:b 1-K, IS;
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 hie Generals.
Kane's Arctic Explorations, 2 volumes.
Webber's Wild Scenes and Wild Hunters.
Field's Scrap Book.
Coal and Coal Oil, by Eli Bowen.
Chambers Information for the People, 2 Vole.
Life and Public Services of Abr'm. Lincoln.
Parton° 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 Westcott.
Smucker's Life & Times of Alex. Hamilton.
Taylor's Life and Travels of Von Humboldt.
Opportunities for Industry and Capital, or
1000 Chances to Make Money.
Freedlev's Practical Treatise on Business.
Sindingla 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.
Stutlispeare's Complete Works.
What Can Woman Do, by T. S. Arthur.
The Withered Heart, do.
The Deserted Wife, by Mrs. E. Soutbwortb.
Pencil Sketches, by Miss Leslie.
j 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 Morrie
Parisian Pickings, by Julie De Marguerittes
Richard Penn Smith's Miscellaneous Works
Horse Shoe Robinson, by J. P. Kennedy.
Father and Daughter, by Fredrika Bremer.
Fashion and Famine, by Mrs. Ann Stephens
Peculiar, by Eped Sargent.
Anecdotes of Love, by Lola Montez.
Ago of Chivalry, by Thomas Bulfinch.
Tale of a Tub, &e.; &c., by Dean Swift.
The Initials, a Story of Modern Life.
The Methodist, by Miriam Fletcher, 2 vole.
The World's Laconics ; or Best Thoughts of
Best Authors, in 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.
Titeouib's Letters to Young Folks.
" Lessons in Life. --J.
" Letters to. he Joneses.
" Gold Foil.
" Bitter Sweet.
The Trial, or Moro Links of the Daisy Chain
Book of Nonsense, by Edward Lear.
Nasby Papers, [Comico-Politico•Religico.j
The Ladies' Work-Table Book.
Zulu Land, by Rev. Lewis Grout.
Dutch and English Testament.
Bunyan's Pilgrim Progress.
Plea 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 ltev. M. Baxter.. -
Condensed Concordance to the Scriptures.
Thoughts of Favored Hours, by J. Copely.
Cobbet's 13 Sermons on Groat Sins.
Headley's Sacred Plains.
Mellvaine's Evidences of Christianity.
Dealings with the Dead.
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. 11. Sigourney.
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.
Shelley's Poetical Works.
Affection's Gift for the Loving and the Loved,
by J. Cole Ilagen.
Tho New Fortune Teller, or the Poetical
Mrs. Hale's Receipts for the Million.
Tho Philadelphia Housewife, or Family Re-
Widdifield's Now Cook Book.
Soyer'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.
A Method of Increasing the Yield of the
Milch-Cow, by John Netilen.
Mayhew's Illustrated Horse Management.
The Horse and Ills Diseases, by Jennings.
Rarey'e 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 Reckoner and Log Book,
for Lumber Merchants, Ship Builders
and Boat Builders.
Scribner's Assistant for Farmers, Millers,
Produce Dealers and Mechanics.
Rohrer's Practical Calculator.
Engineers' and Mechanics' Pocket Book, by
Chas. 11. 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 Guide through
the United States and Canadas.
Constitution of the United States.
Freedley's Legal Adviser.
Everybody's Lawyer, by Frank Crosby.
The Secret Out, or 1000 Tricks with Cards,
et 6 20
11 4 4
LS 4 45
An 4 35
ILE 3 '5
AIL 9 20
and other Recreations.
Book of Drawing-Room Plays, by S. Steele.
The Sociable,or 1001 Home Amusementi.
lloyle's Games: Chess, 'Backgammon '
Checker's Simplified and Explained by D.
Spectropia; 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.
McElligott'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.
Pogo's Theory and Practice of Teaching.
Holbrook's Normal Method of Teaching.
Wickersham's School Economy.
Elocutionary Manual, by Hiram Corson.
Mangnall's Comprehensive Summary of his
tory, &c., &c., &c. -
ter Also, an assortment of Juvenile and
Anthon's Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary.
Sander's German and English Primer.
Northond's Little Speaker. '
Dirno Speakers and Dialogues.
Fowne's Elements of Chemistry.
Reese's " Zoology.
Lambert's Anatomy and Physiology.
Worcester's Ancient end Modern History
Teacher's Guido to Illustrations : to accom
pany Holbrook's School Apparatus.
How to use Globes, by F. O. Brownell. •
The Natural Spelling Teacher.
Sherwood's Speller and Prone:moor.
Hann's Elements of Spherical Trigonometry
Key to Bonnycastle's Algebra.
[See School Books in another column.]
A fine and largo assortment always 'on
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
Old Books. Magazines, or publisations of any kind,
to order, if left at
BOOK ct STATIONERY STORE.
BUSINESS. MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
If you want your card neatly printed upon envel
opes, call at •
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
FOR THE LADIES.
A superior article of Note raper and Envelopes,
suitable for confidential correspondence, for eale at-
LEWIS' BOOK it STATIONERY STORE.
By the box, pack, or leen quantity, for solo nt
LEWIS' BODK AND STATIONERY STORE.
Generally in use in the Schools of the County, not on
hand, will be furnished to - order, on application at
LEM' BOOK, AND STATIONERY STORE.
tFaDx,r„,,,otßE. Vok i c E
( e? N !
A co ! Reckoner, in dollars
au cents, to which oro added forms of Notes, Bills, Re
ceipts, Petitions, Sc.,
together with a set of useful tables,
containing rato of interest from one dollar to twelve thous
and, by the single day, with a table of wages, and board
by the week and day, published in 1859. For sale at
:LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
PAPER I PAPER ! !
Note, Post, Commercial, Foolscap and Flatcap—a
good nssortmout fur solo by tho ream, half roam, qutro or
LEWIS' NEW BOOK Js STATIONERY STORE.
PARCHMENT DEED PAPER--
ruled : for sale at
ZEITTS' BOOK STORE.
MONTHLY TIME BOOKS,
.LEWI F S 9r I3OI AND STATIONERY STORE.
T RACING MUSLIN,
DRAFTING AND DRAWING PAPER
White and Colored Card Paper,
For sale at
LEWIS' BOOK & ST.ATIONERT" STORE.
Healer in Books, Stationary and Itunical Lastru
ments, Huntingdon, Pa.
OP VARIOUS mu, for sale at
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY sro E
A. beautiful assortment of PHOTO
4RAPII ALBUMS just received and
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
Dr. Strickland's ItivMillions Cough 'Balsam is warranted .
to cure Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness, Asthma, Whooping
Cough, Sore Throat. Consumption, and all affections of
the Throat and Loons.
For sale by Druggists. General Depot, No. 6, East
Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
' '.. V..
I 1 '4/ 4 . 4 ADIE.j . ... V : . 2' .
All tho Medical men and tho Promos recommend Dr.
Strickland's A ntdCholera Mixture as the only certain
remedy for Dierrhrea and Dyoortery.• It is a combination
or Astringents, Almorbents, Stimulents and Carminatives,
and is warranted to effect a cure after all other Means
For salo by Druggists. General Depot, No. 6, East
Feurth Street,Chleinnati, Obi°.
Dr. Strickland's Pilo Remedy has cured thousands of
the worst cases of Blind and Bleeding Piles. It gives im
mediate relief nod. effects a permanent cure. 'Try it di
redly. It is warranted to cure.
For sate by all Druggists. General Depot, No. 6, East
Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUSNESS AND
Dr. STRICXLAND'S TONlC.—lve can recommend
those suffering with loss of 'Appetite, Indigestion, or
Dyspepsia, Nervousness or Nervous Debility, to use
Strickland's Tonic. It is a vegetable preparation, free
from alcoholic liquors; it strengthens the whole nervous
system; it creates a good appetite,' and is warranted to
cure Dyspepsia and Nervous Debility. -
For sale by Druggists generally, at $t per bottle. Pre.
pared by Dr. A. Strickland, No. 0, Fast Fourth Street,
JOHN REED, Agent, Huntingdon, Dn.
BEST WHITE LEAD !
BEST ZINC !
PURE LIBERTY LEAD,
Unsurpassed for WHITENESS, FINE GLOSS, DURABILITY, FIR3I
- and EVENNESS Of SuorACL.
PURE LIBERTY LEAD—Warranted to cover moro
surface for same weight than any other Lend—
Try it and you will have no other!
PURE LIBERTY ZINC,
Selected ZINC, ground in Refined Linseed Oil, unequaled
in quality, always tho sumo,
PURE LIBERTY ZINC,
WAIMANTED to (In more and better work at a given cost
than auy other—
Get the Best !
Manufactured at PENNSYLVANIA PAINT A COLOR
won Es. Orders executed promptly by
- ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers.
Aro , Store .% OlTice - No. 137 North THIRD Street,
March 8, 'O5-Iy.
• SHADE TREES,
At the nurseries of Taylor & Cremer
- Who offer their stock of well grown
and thrifty TREES, VINES, PLANTS, Or., at their old
prices. The expense of grafting and planting this stock
having been incurred before the outbreak of the rebellion
‘‘lieu the price of labor was low, they can afford to sell
these Trees at 50 per cent. less than they can aril the same
hind of trees next year. While other Nurserymen have
raised their prices about 50 per cent., tiese still Bell at the
old ❑rtes this year; that to to say—Apple Trees, $l5, $lB,
and $2O per hundred, according to Bier, Sc. Standard Pear
00 to 75 canna each. Dwarf Pear, 50 to 75 mite each, and
$3O to $45 per hundred. Plum and Apricot, at 40 to 50
cents each. Also, Perch, Cherry, Quince and ether trees;
Grape Vines, Lawton Bind:berry, Raspberry, and Straw
berry plants, Dahlia roots, and Shade and Ornamental
Trees—all at the old rates.
Money invested in fruit trees is sure to yield a good re.
turn. Now is your time to order trees.
Address, THEODORE, IL CREMER,
fobB, 1805. guntingdop, Pe.
TAMES A: BROWN, Huntingdon;
Pao BO A Patent Wooda l l 'Pumps for cistern s and
from 4 to GO feat deep, at about one half the usual
price for old fashioned Pumps. All pumps warranted.
Are g . 3'64.
re,Fino Cigars and Tobacco'• for
Salo at Lewis' Book Storo
FOR BALE AT LZWIL" BOOKSTORE.
BOWE'S SONGS OF IRELAND, containing about 175 of
tho Gems of liihernia's Songs and Ballade, including
50 of Moore's Irish Dielodine, Songs of the affections,
Sentimental, Patriotic, Historical, Military, Political`
• Condo and Miscellaneous Songs, arranged for tho
Pintioforto or Melodeon. Prieo $B.OO
DOWD'S SONGS OF SCOTLAND, containing about 175
of the Gems of Caledonia's Songs and Ballads, inclu
ding Songs of the affections, Sentimental, Patriotic,
• Historical, Military, Political, Comic and Miscellane
ous Songs, arranged fur the Pianoforte or Melodeon.
LIME'S SONGS AND BALLADS OF TUE OLDEN
TIME, containing the Original Werde and Music,
of the Songs and Ballads , rung by the Grand•moth
ore of the present generation. Arranged for Four
HOWE'S TRIOS: 'Quadrilles Contra and Fancy Dances
Irith Calls and Figures'• Waltzer, Po/lras, Opera Melo.
dies, Scotch , and Irish airs, Sc., So., for the Violin,
Flute, Corns% Bass Viol,
MUSICIAN'S OMNIBUS, No. 1, containing the whole
Camp Duty, Calls and Signals used in the Army and
Navy • 40 setts of Quadrilles, [including Walt; Pol
ka and Schottische] with . Calls; and an Immense col
lection- of Polkas, Schottisches, Waltzes' Marches,
Quicksteps, Hornpipes, Cartra and Fancy Dances,
Songs, Ac, , for tho Violin, Flute, Cornet, Clarionett,
Ac., Containing over 700 pieces of MIMIC.
31USICIAL'S OMNIBUS, No. 2, Containing 850. pianos
of Music, consisting of 100 Duets for two Flutes two
Violins, Au., 200 Scotch Airs, 200 Irish Aire, Quad
Fines, Fancy and Contra Dances, with the Calls and
Figuers. Polka, Schottisches, Vfaltzeo, Quicksteps,
. Idarchos, hornpipes, Sousti, &c., for the Violin, Flute,
Clarionett, Fife, Carnet, Flageolet, Sc.
THE YOUNG MEN'S SINGING BOOK; a collection of
. Music for male - Voices, consisting of Glees and Part
Songs, Choir and congregational Tunas, Anthems,
KINGLEY'S JUVENILE ClIOIR:—A injection of the
Choicest Melodies from the German, French, Ital
ian, Engllsh.aud American Composers.
TRUMPET OF - FIU AND THE BUGLE CALLS;two
books suitable to tho times.
ME BOSTON GLBE BOOR, consisting of an extensive
collection of Glees, Madrigals, and Rounds, selected
from the works of the Most admired Composers, to
gether many now pieces from the German. .
INSTRUCTION BOOKS FOR THE PIANO, Melodeon,
Accordoon, Violin, Banjo, Guitar, Concertina, Drum,
Fire and Flageolet.
OLD FRANKLIN ALMANAC
30C)).11. 31.845 U.
Among other features of the present number will bo
A chronicle of tbo Great Rebellion continued front the
Old Franklin Almanac for 1864, containing a full and cor
rect digested record of the events of the war, military,
naval and political, front October 15th, 1863, with accounts
of Battles, Sieges, Raids, Sea-tights, and all the operations
of the war.
The United States Army List. Major Generals and
Brigadiers, regulars and volunteers, to November lot,
The Rebel Army List. Lieutenant Generals, Major
Generals and Brigadiers, to same date.
Losses in battle and by death, of Union officers, to No.
Comber Ist, 1664.
Loma of officers in Rebel Army to same date. -
The Rebel Government, Rebel Congress, Rebel Debt,
A full digest of the United States Stamp regulations.
A full digest of the United Strifes Licenao regulations.
Governments of the world to November let, That
Governors of the States and Territories, Union and
Rebel, to November Ist; 1864.
Hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church to Novem
ber Ist, 1664.
Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church to Novem
ber Ist, 1864.
Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church to Novem
ber let, 1861.
Reigning Queens of the world to November let, 1864.
Reigning Rings of the world to November Ist, 1864.
Heirs Apparent to European and other Empires and
Besides other miscellaneous matter, astronomical in
foomition, calendars, be., Re., the whole comprising a val.
noble manual for use and reference throughout the year.
Price 20 cents per copy.
Copies mailed (post.paid) on receipt of price.
For sale at LEWIS' BOOK STORE. tf
AT LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC STOAD,
OSGOOD'S Speller. 'lst, 2d, 3.1, 411, and Sth Reeder.
WOUFFEY'S Speller and Readers.
SANDER'S do do do
Town's Speller and Definer, (old and new editions.)
Smith's, Bullion's and Brown's Grammars.
Fitch's Physical Geography.
Warren's Physical Geography.
Mitchell's, Monteith and MeNally's Geographies h Atlases.
Camp's Geography, with Key to Mitchell's Outline Mops.
Webster's and Warcester's Dictionaries.
Quackeithos' First bessons in Composition.
Quackenbo's CoMposition and Rhetoric.
Greenleaf's, Stoddard's and Brooke' Arithmetic.
Peterson's Familiar Science.
Groonleat's and Stoddard 's Keys to Arithmetic.
• 0 reenleaf'9 and Davies' Algebras.
Greenleaf's Noy to Algebra.
Parker's Juvenile Philosophy. •
Parker's First Lessons in Natural Philosophy.
Willard's history of the United Stales.
Goodrich's '6 . It
Payson, Punton and Scribner's Penmanship, In eleven
Potter h. Hammed's Penmanship in twelve numbers.
Academical, Controllers' and other Copy Books. • .
Davies' Elementary Geometry and Trigonometry. ,
Davies' Legendry's Geometry.
Greenleaf's Geometry. •
Fulton & Eastman's Book-keeping.
Book Keeping by Single Entry, by Ifanaford & Payson
Book Keeping by Single and Double Entry; by Ilanaford &
Other books will be added and furnished to order.
A full stock of School Stationery always ea hand.
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gtErfrir kt. „ THE CYTITARA . —The
r oe byterlan Psalmodist—The
slcs" Shawn—TheJubilee—Hunten's and
'Verdure enlarged and improved instructors—Welland'e
Nov and Improved Method for tßoGuitai—l,eland's Accor
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ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT; with Teachers. -
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, for Justices of the Peace
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COMPLAINT, WARRANT, and COMMITMENT, In east
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SCIERE PACIAS, to recover amount of Judgment.
COLLECTORS' RECEIPTS, for Stale, County, School,
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