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ESTABLISHED IN 1840.
Incorporated by; the Legislature of the
State of Pennsylvania.
Located on the 11T IV. Corner of 7th ana
(701) Chestnut sts. (701)
. Designed exclusively to impart a thorough and
PRACTICAL BUSINESS EDUCATION
All classes Or persons requira such an education. Those
possessing means, need It in conducting thcieownbusinem
Those Without means need it in obtaining and creditably
filling lucrative positions in the employ of ot/ers.incy
The Cenral) of Instruction and practice is arranged Pe fhi
to fully meet the diversified wants of every department of
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN TRADE,
MU comprehended or embraced under the three general dl
visions of industry: Agriculture, Manufacture road Com
Each student is instructed individually in both theory
and practice of Book Keeping, according to the most ap••
proved and labor saving methods, Business Penmanship,
Calculations, and all the collateral bninchea of a complete
conrso of business education; and upon passing a satisfac.
tory etamination Is awarded, by authority' f law, a diplo
rna;under theuorporato seal of the college. •
Students are received at any time. Awl It is hollered
that a practical experienco of over TWENTY roans mitt ho
considered by the public an ample guaranteo of tho prac
tical character of the course and efficiency of tho instruc
tion. , •
All further Information desired can bo obtained at tlib
collego, or by addressing the Priocipal foe n circular by
• Xtß-A liberni discount is allowed to wounded and lion
orably discharged soldiers. Tho college is open day and
T. 11. rOLLOCK; Att'pnt-Lmr,
NEW SKIRT FOR 1865-6.
The great invention of the age in
2EIDCDCZO3E' - IFINMEOCEVMSS.
3. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent Duplex
or double, ELLIPTIC SPRING- SK/RT.
This invention Consists of Duplex (or two)Billiptk pure
refined steel spring°, ingeniously braided tightly end firm
ly together, edge to edge, making the toughest, most flex
ible, elastic and durable spring ever used. They seldom
bend or break, like the single springs, and consequently
preserve their perfect and beautiful shape mere than twice
as leng as any single spring skirt that ever has or can be
The wonderful flexibility and great comfort:old pleasure
loony lady wearing the Duplex Elliptic Skirt will ho ex
pCrienced particularly in all crowded assemblies, operas,
carriages, railroad cars, church pews, arm choirs, for pro
menade and house dross, as the skirt can ho folded when
iu use to occupy a mail space an easily and conveniently
as a sill; or muslin dress.
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort and great
convenience of wonting the duplex elliptic steel, spring
skirt for a ornate day will nos - er afterwards willingly dis
pense with their use. Far children, misses and young
Indies they aro superior to all others.
The hoops are covered with 2 ply double twisted thread
and still wear twice as long as the single yarn covering,
which is used ou all single steel hoop skirts. Tho three
bottom rods on every skirt are also double steel, and
twice or double covered to prevent the severing from
wearing off the rods when dragging down stairs, stone
steps, &c., which they are constantly subject when in uso.
All oro made of the now and elegant corded tapes, and
are the best quality In every part, giving to tho wearer
the most graceful and perfect shape possible, and are en
questlonably the lightest, most desirable, comfortable,
and economical shirt ever made.
Waste Bradley & Cary, proprietors of tho invention, mid
solo manufacturers, 97 Chambers, nod 79 and 81 Iteado
streets, Now York.
For sale in all tirsboloss stores in this city, and through.
out tho United States, Canada, Ilavana do Cobs, Mexico,
South America, and tho West Indies.
az- Inquire fur the Duplex (or double) Elliptic Spring
1865. PHILADELPHIA 1865.
• HOWELL & BOURKE,
MANUFACTURERS OF •
Paper Hangings & Window Shades,
N. E. Corner Fourth & Market sts.
N. B.—Always in storo a largo stock of
LINEN and OIL SHADES.
I. K. STAUFFER, E a
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
No. 148 North SECOND Street, corner of Quarry,
An assortment of Watches, Jewelry, Silver A Plated
Ware constantly on hand,
NOTABLE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTSt
rießeptetrlng of Watches and Jewelry promptly
R. 1%P.131311NEY. E. P. TUOMPSON
M'BURNEY & THOMPSON,
G- 3EL Clo 311 EL
Al thO"narseries of Taylor & Cromer
Who offer their stock of well grown
and thriftyy. TREES, VINES, PLANTS, &c., at their old
prices. The expense of grafting and planting this stock
having been incurred before the outbreak of the rebellion
when the price of labor was low, they can afford to sell
these Trees at 60 per cent. less than they can sell the same
kind of trees next year. Milo other 'Nurserymen have
raised their prices about 5G per cent., these still sell at the
old rates this year; that is to any—Apple Trees, $l5, $ll3,
and $2O per hundred, according , to size, &c. Standard Pear
60 to 75 cents each: Dwarf Pear, 50 to 75 cents each, and
$3O to $45 per hundred. Plum and Apricot, at 40 to 50
cents each. Also, Peach, Cherry, Quince and other trees;
Grape Vines, Lawton Blackberry, Raspberry, and Straw
berry plants, Dahlia roots, and Shade and Ornamental
Trees—ail 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 CItEMER,
LW, 1885* Huntingdon, Pa.
MIIAITIGAL'S LIVERY STABLE.
Between the Baptist and Catholic Churches,
v at ,
pE. PUBLIC 'GENERALLY arc
informed that the subscriber' to prepared at his liew
Y STABLE, to accommodate all with
lIORSE S, BUGGIES, & 'CARRIAGES
at reasonable rates, on short notice.
Iltintingdon, March 8,1803-Iy.
MARBLE YARD. The undersigned
would respectfully call the attention of the citizens
of Huntingdon mid the 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.
panto devices, or plain, as may suit.
Building Marble, Hoor and Window Sills, Au, will be
furnished to order. • •
W. W. pledges himself to furnish material and work
manship equal to any in the country, at a fair prim, Call
and soo, before you purchase elsowhere. Shop on
trot', Iluntii:Von ) Pa,
Iluntingdon, May 16
New Furniture Establishment,
J. VI. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in Furniture,
Respectfully invites tho attention or tho 'Public to 1113
stand on Hill at., Huntingdon, between Canningham'e
Store and Dean's National House, where he manufactures
and keeps alt kinds of Furniture nt reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a call.
Repairing of allkinds attended to promptly and cbarges
Air Also, Undertaking carried on, and Collins made in
any style desired, at abort notice.
45Y-Funerals attended at any place In town or aoun
ry, by .0. N.
Unn tin gilon, Sept. 24, 1802-tr
E. O. & G. W. COLDER.
RAVING entered into copartnership in the
Alexandria Brewery, the public are informed ?au
that they will ho prepared at times to till
orders on tho shortest notice, R 7 l
PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS CARDS
.IMmr-folaximaxe) • I3ca.teDl,
WM. C. McNULTY, PROPRIETOR,
Formerly of the FrouLlin Hotel, Chamberelmrg.
THE JACKSON HOTEL,
HENRY SMITH, Proprietor
Ituutingdon, Aug. 23,1885.
jr D. CAMPBELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Men In tim WOE Pow, nearly uppoliM time Comt
Mune. (April 15, 18&.
IV, A STEPHENS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OFFICE.—In Treasurer's room in
Court House—up stairs.
nuatingdon, Dec, 16, 1863.
13 ALLISON MILLER,
Trio romorod to tho Brick Row opposite the Court Howie
April 13, 1859.
T E. GREEN.I4I, frZt
(Oleo removed t o opposito Cho storo of
D. I'. aVeill, in the cgnare,l ill etreot, Huntingdon, l'a.
Tur GUTMAN & CO., %alone in Ready
made Clothing, IluntingdoD, Pa.
pTit. JOHN . bIeCULLOCH, offers leis
professional nervicen to the citizens of Huntingdon
in ieinity. Office on Hill street, ono door east of Iteed'a
Drug Store. , Aug. 2.5, '65.
SS. SMITIT, Dealer in Drugs, Medi
• tines, Perfumery, Dye StulTa, Oils, C. Also—Oro
conies, Confectioneries, Huntingdon, Pa.
JAMES A. BROWN,
Dealer to hardware, Outlory, Painter, 011 a, &a., Haut
Dealer in neatly )Inds Clothing, Hats nod Caps,
Bouts mid nous, kc.
11 - 1 P. GWIN,
_ll-1 GI Dealer in Dry , Hardware . , queens
,varo, Irate and Caps, Boots andn Shoes, ice.
Plain and Ornamontal Marl& 'Manufacturer
If calor in Books, Stntlonory and 3lnsical Instru
manta, Iluntingdon, Pa.
The undersigned offers MR services to ,00bnero
011011 nod others desiring circulars distributed or handbills
posted. He can ho seen at. the Owns oflice.
Huntingdon, Aug. 16, 1865. JOHN KOt'LIN.
FOR COLLECTING SOLDIERS
CLAIMS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY
LL who may hare any claims a
,oilmagl I t Li a m ,.
t o i s m n t . fo , r ro ll „ o n n , nty , Itnelc ray and
plying am in' roma or by letter L
W. H. WOODS,
Attorney at Law,
August 12, 1503
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READING RAIL ROAD.
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM TIIE
North and North-West for PIIILADELPIIIA, New-
Yours, Itzannro, L'OTTSVILLt, LIIWION, ALLENTOWN, EASTON,
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, ns follows At
3 00 and 8 15 A. M., and 1 45 P. M., arriving at New York
at 10 00. A, aL, and 3.00 and 10 30 L'.
The above connect with similar Trains on the Pennsyl
vania Railroad, and sleeping care accompany the 3 00 and
8 16 a. m. trains, without change.
Leave for Rending, Pottsville, Tanunina,
Allentown and Philadelphia nt 8 16 A. 1.1., and 145 P. 51.,
stopping nt Lebanca and principal stations only.
Way Trains, stopping at all points, at 7 05 A. M., and
440 P. M.
Returning, lenve NENT-YOTLE. IA 0 A. M., 12 Noon, and 8
P. M. Philadelphia at BA. 711-, and 330 P. 81; Pottsville
nt 815 A. M., and 2 35 I', II.; Tarantino at 3 15 A. M. and
215:P. Tl., anti ]trading at 1 n. ill., 7 85 nud 10 45 A. Ti.,
138 and 005 P. M.
All Accommodation Passenger Train leaves ItEnntaa at
6.00 A.M., and returns. from L'IIII.ADELPIIIA at 6,00 I'. 51-
Colambin Railroad Trains leave Rending nt 6 and 10 55
A. Al., for Ephrata, Lilit, Columbia, !lc.
On Sundnys, leave New York at 8 P. 31., Philadelphia,
316 P. M., Pottnvillo 7 30 A. M., Taningaa 7 A. M., Har
risburg 8 15 A. M., and Bowling nt 100 n. tn., for Har
C^VMIITATION, MILgAGP!, SEASON, and EXCURSIO:4 TICIIETB
at reduced rates to and troth nit points.
Baggago checked through : 80 pounds Baggage allowed
G. A. NICOLTR,
Rending, Jnly 19, 18G5. General Superintendent.
f e s2 r•MTV , oit
PBNNSYLVANIA RA IL ROAD
TIME OF LEAVING 0 FTEAINS
SUMMER ARRANG I'NENT.
'VEST IFel RD. EA STIVA 1?D
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P. H.l A. IL 1 P.m., A. ILI P. 31.1 A. m.! e.uj
617 450 It 59 16.11amllton, 951 2 10
6 25 4 68 12 08 • Mt. Union,— 942 10 01 2 10
5 35 12 20 Mapleton,..... 2 1 0
543 61612 29 .1.... 51111 Creole,— 0 25, 946 1 53
559 53112 48 6 46 Ifunting6on, 9 511 935 1 40
6 15 5 46 1 08 !Petersburg,— 8 561 9 10, 1 22
623 I 1 201 111nrroo 1 1. 14
681602 1 32 Spruckreob, 8 411 0071 07
649 - 151 Birmingham, 12 50
6 58 629 2 65 Tyrone, 8 17 844 11 40
7 08 639 220 Tipton 8 06 12 28
7 14 2 28 Fostoria, 12 22
7 19 6 50 2 35 Bell's 51111 e,.. 7 66 825 12 17
7.40 7103M1 8 15 Altoona,. 740810 12 00
P.U. A.M. P. M. A. ti. " - . P. 51. A. U. P. M
Altoona at A 40 P. M.,
The" FAST LINE Ea
A. M., and arrives
Ilmtingdon at 7 30
9 05 A. M. .
The .FAST LINE Wu
7 44 P. M., and arrives at
HUNTINGDON & BR
On and after Wednesdny, JUNE 14
Trains will arrive and depart , as follows
SOUTHWARD TRAINS. NORTUV
P. M. i A. M.
LE 0 10
• 702 852 Correa Run,
7 09 8 59 Rough& Bondy,.
21 9 U COTE,
7 25 9 15 Elsbeen Summit
Alt 7 40 An 0 30f
Le 7 50 LE .3 .101 Smd "' .'' '''"
8 10 10 00f Riddlesluirg
818 10 081Hopowell
830 10 20 Piper's Run
8 45 10 35 Hamilton
10 47 Moody nun,.
Anlo 50 Mount Dallas,
LE 10 40 / flaxton,.
0 55 Coalmont,..,
11 00 Crawford,
lan 11 10 Dudley,
Inroad Top City,—
untingdon Juno 14, 1865. OLrißlf
JAMES A. BROWN, Huntingdon
Pa., sells Patent Wooden Pumps for cisterns nn ,
wells ' from. 4 to BO feet deep, nt about ono half tire uswi
price for old fuldoned pumps. All pumps warrnntad.
Justices' and Constables' .Iz . ee
Bills tbr sale at Lewis' Book Store.
JULY 20, ISO
EXPRESS Enstmard, leaven
and arrivee at Huntingdon nt
shelled leaves Altoona at 2 35
Ittimolon at 3 57 A. 51.
EXPRESS Westward, leaves
. 31., and arrives at Altoona at
:.,stward, leaven fluntingdon al
Altaoun at 9 03 P. M.
Ax 12 01
8 17 McConnonstown,
8 24 Meruant Grove,
8 38 Marklesborg ,
le 10 001
AR 10 0)
OUPS RUN BIIANC
Alt 020, 400
8 55 .105
19 0 60 400
33 Clo eCI ao
For Salo at Lewis' Book Store,
Annals of the Army of the Cumberland.
Rebel Invasion of Maryland end Pennsylva
nia, and the Battle of Gettysburg.
Pictorial history of the 'Wars of the U. S.
Washington and his Generals.
Bane's Arctic Explorations, 2 volumes.
Webber's Wild Scones and Wild Hunters.
Field's Scrap Book.
Coal and Coal Oil, by En Bowen.
Chambers Information for the People, 2 Vols.
Life and Public Services of Abr'm. Lincoln.
Partous 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 Yon Humboldt.
Opportunities. for Industry and Capit a l, 0 ,
1000 Chances to Make Money.
Freedley's Practical Treatise on Business.
Sinding's History of Scandinavia.
Walker's Rhyming Dictionary.
Good's Book of Nature.
Ovid, [literally translated,} by H. T. Riley.
Beauties and Achievements of the Blind.
Stewart's Freemason's Manual.
Cross' Masonic Chart.
Shakspeare's Complete Works.
What Can Woman Do, by T. S. Arthur.
The Withered Heart, do.
The Deserted. Wife, by Mrs. E. Southworth.
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 Julio 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
Mary Dement do.
Peculiar, by Epes Sargent.
Anecdotes of Love, by Lola Monte&
Age of Chivalry, by Thomas Btiltinch.
Talc of a Tub, &c., &e.,
by Dean Swift.
The Initials, a Story of Modern Life.
The Methodist, by Miriam Fletcher, 2 vols.
Tho World's Laconies •, 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.
Titcomb's Letters to Young Folks.
" Lessons in Life.
" Letters to the Joneses.
" Gold Foil.
" Bitter Sweet.
The Trial, or Moro Links of the Daisy Chain
Book of Nonsense, by Edward Lear.
Nasby Papers, [Comico-Politicodteligice.]
The Ladies' Work-Table Book.
Zulu Land, by Rev. Lewis Grout.
Dutch and English Testament.
Bunyan'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. B. Pitts.
The Great Consummation, by Cummings.
Louis Napoleon and the Battle of Armaged
don, by Rev. M. Baxter.
Condensed Concordance to the Scriptures.
Thoughts of Favored hours, by J. Copely.
Cobbot's 13 Sermons on Great Sins.
Ifeadley's Sacred Plains.
Mellvairm's Evidences of Christianity.
Dealings with the Dead.
Slavery Viewed from the Bible Stand-Point,
by Row. J. M. Adair. •
Union Bible Dictionary.
The Broken Bud, or tlio 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.
Tho 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 Hagen.
The Now Fortune Teller, or the Poetical
Mrs. Halo's Receipts for the Million.
The Philadelphia Housewife, or Family Re
Widdifiold's New Cook Book.
Soyer's Standard Cookery.
Miss Acton's Modern Cookory.
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 Nefilen.
Mayhew's Illustrated Horse Management.
The Horse and His Diseases, by Jennings.
Itarey'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 Reckoner and Log Book,
for Lumber Merchants, Ship Builders
and Boat Builders.
Scribner's Assistant for Farmers, Millers,
Produce Dealers and Mechanics.
I 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 Canades.
Constitution of the United States.
Freedley's Legal Adviser.
Everybody's Lawyer, by Frank Crosby.
The Secret Out, or 1000 Tricks with Cards,
and other Recreations.
Book of Drawing-Room Plays, by S. Steele.
The Sociablo,or 1001 Home Amusements.
Hoyle's Games: Chess, Backgammon, &c.
Checker's Simplified and Explained by D.
Speetropia ; 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,
Whately'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 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.
Also, an assortment of Juvenile and
5 '2 2
5 1 4
3 i 5
Authon's Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary.
Sander's German and English Primer.
Northond's Little Speaker,
Dime Speakers and Dialogues.
Powne's Elements of Chemistry.
f,rimberrs Anatomy and l'hysinloay.
Worcester's Ancient and Modern History
Teacher's Guido to Illustrations : to accom
pany Holhrodles School Apparatus.
How to use Globes, by F. C. Browne/I.
The Natural Spelling Teacher.
Sherwood's Speller and Pronouncer.
Hann's Eloinonts of Spherical Trigonometry
Key to Bonnyeagle's Algebra.
!Soo School 'Books in another columnd
A fine and largo assortment always on
AT _LEW/3' BOOK STORE.
Old Books. Magazines, or publications of any kind,
bound to order, it lariat
BOOK & STA TIONERY STORE.
m olt Tl-1J LADIES.
A superior article of Note Paper and Itnrelopea,
suitable for aptplenliat correspondence, for sale nt
LEWIS' BOOK 4:6 STATIO.NERY STORE.
a By tho box, pack, or limit quantity, for tale at
LEW IS' BOOK AND STATIONERY &TORN.
QCHO OL BOOKS,
Generally in 11,10 ill the Schools of the County, not on
hand, will tee furnished to order, on application at
LE 117S' ROOK, AND STATIONERY STORE.
A complete rocket Ready Reckoner, in dollars
and cents, to which ore added forms of Notes, Bills, Re
ceipts, he., together with a set of users! taws,
containing rate of interest from ono dollar to twelve thous
and, by the singlo day, with a table of wages, and hoard
by the week and day, taiblisbed 1850. For Baia at
rth Bob STORE.
DAPER! PAPER !!
11 Noto, Post, Commercial, Foolscap am? Flatcap—a
good assortment for solo by the ream, half ream, quire or
LEWIS' NEW 1300 K A. STATIONERY STORE
DARCIIMENT DEED PAPER
ruled, Cur rale at
LEWIS' BOOK STORK
MONTBLY TIME BOOKS,
For nolo at
LEIVI,S' 1100 K AND BE4 TIONERY STORE.
MAPPING AXP Donanua PAPER
White and Colored Card Paper,
LEWIS' BOOR 2 STATIONERY STORE.
- DOHS and SHOES, the largest and
I_ Cheapest nesortusent in town, at
(1 BADMELS AND LOOKS.-A
V,4 largo assortment at
BROWN'S HARDWARE STORE.
B LANK BOOKS,
OF VARIOUS BIZYS, (Or %MO At
LEWIS' BOOK AIVI) STA TIONER Y STOP I,
A I_,BVMS ALBUMS,
A beautiful assortment of PHOTO
kItAPII ALBUMS just received and
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
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r. Strickland's )tcllitl nom Cough Balsam is warranted
cure Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness,. Asthma, Whooping
Igh, Sore Throat, Consumption, and all affections of
Throat and Lungs.
or male by 'Druggists : elenorel "Depot, No. 0, Bast
alb Street, einetnentt, Mau.
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All Hut Modical men and (Ito Presses recommend Dr.
Strict:lantl'n Anti-Cholera Mixture no thee only certain
remedy fof Diarrha-nand Dynentery. It is a combination
of Astringents, Absorbents, Stimnlen ts and Carminatives,
and in uarrauted to effect a cure after all other means
h^ ye failed,
salo by Druggist!. Goneral Depot, No. 0, East
with Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy has cured thousands of
the worst Coors of Blind and Bleeding riles. It glees lot
mediate relief and effects a permanent cure. Try it di
redly. It is warrnotea to curo.
For sale by all Druggists, Ocucral Depot, NO, 6, East
Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUSNESS AND
Dr. STRICKIAND'S can recommend
those suffering• with Inca of Appetite, Indigestion, or
Dyspepsia, Nervousness or Nervous Debility, to Imo
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cure Dyspepsia and Nervous Debility.
For sale by Druggists generally, at St per battle. Pfc ,
pared by Dr. A. Strickland, No. 6, East Fourth Street.
JOHN REED, Agent, Huntingdon, ra.
1865. THE. 1865.
LARGEST AND BEST
Ever Brought to Huntingdon,
Is now ready for inspection and sale,
Book, Stationery and Music Store.
NEW UM ELEGANT STYLES
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HOWE'S SONGS OF IRELAND, containitry, about 175 of
.111 u Gems of Hibernia's Songs and. Ballads, incleMing
50 of Moore's Irish Melodies, Songn of the affections,
Sentimental, Patriotic, Historical, Military, Political.
Comic and Miscellaneous Songs, arranged arranged far the
Pianoforte or Melodeon, Price V3:00
101VITS SONOS OF SCOTLAND, containing Arm! 175
of lb° Porno of CaWallin's Songs and ltailadeiinclu
di.g Songs of the affections, Sentimental, Patriotic,
Illatoricat, Military, Political, Comic and Miscellane
ous Songs, arranged for the Pianoforte or Melodeon..
Price V. 1.00. •
HOWE'S SONGS AND BALLADS OP TNE OLDEN
TIME, containing the Original Wards and Music,
of 0,0 Songs and Ballads, sung by the Ornnd•nlntlo-
ern of tho present generation. Arranged for Pour
lOW E'S TRIOS: Quadrilles Contra and 'Fanny Dancsi
with Calls and IValtzes, Polkas, Opera lfolo•
die; Scotch and Irish airs, for,tho Violin,
Flute, Cornet, Bass Viol, &c•
AIVPIC/AN'S O.IINIBUS, No. 1, containing tho wholo
Camp Duty, Calls and Signals used in tho Army and
Navy •, 40 vette of quadrilles, [including Waltz, Pol
ka-and Schottischo] with Calls; and animmense col
'Patton of Polkas, Schottisches, Waltzes' Blotches,
Quicksteps, Hornpipes,. Cartra and Fancy -Dances,
Songs, Sr., for the Violin, Pluto, Cornet, Clorionett,
Containing over 700 pieces of 'Music.
311JSICIAL'S OMNIBUS. No.. 2, containing 850 pisess
of. Music, consisting of 100 Duets for two Flutes two:
Violins, Ow., 200 Scotch Airs, 200 Irish Airs, Quad
runes, Fancy and Contra Dances, with the Calls and
Figuers. Polka, Schottisches, Waltzes, Quicksteps,
Marches, Hornpipes, Songs, .Or., for the Violin, Flute,
Olarionott, Fife, earnet, 'Flageolet, Lc. .
Tun YOUNG MEN'S SINGING 130011 - ; a collection of
Music for malo Voices, consisting of Glees and Part
Songs, Choir and congregational Tunes, Anthems, -
" Chants, Lc.
KINOLEY'S JUVENILE MOIR selection of the
Choicest Melodies from the Gorman, li,rench,
lan, English hid American Composers.
TIITIMIMIT OF FREEDOM AND THE lITMILEOALLB;two
boas suitablo to the times.
TILE BOSTON GLEE BOOK, consisting of nn extensive
collection of Glees, Madrigals, and Hounds, selected
from the %Yorke of tho Most adrdolred'Composers, to
gether many new pieces from the German.
INSTRUCTION BOOKS FOR TUC PIANO, Maiodeon
Accordeon ' Violin, Banjo, Gotha., Concertina, Drum
Fire and 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 1864, containing a full and cor
rect digested record of tho events of the war, military,
naval and political, from October 15th, 1863, with accounts
of Rattles, Sieges, Raids, Sea-fights, and all the operations
of the war.
The United States Army List. Major Generals and
BriendievB, regulars and volunteers, to November let,
The Rebel Army List. Lieutenant Generals, Major
Generals andllrigadiors, to sante data.
Looses in battle and by death, of Union officers, to 'No
vember lot, 1864. • • • •
Losses of officers in Rebel Army to name date.
The Rebel Government,. Rebel Congress, Rebel Debt,
A full digest of the United States Stamp regulations.
A full digest of the United States LiCOII9O regnlations.
Governments of tho world to November let, 1864.
Governors of the States end Territories, Union and
Rebel, to November let, 1864.
Hierarchy of the Homan Catholic Church to Novem
ber let, 1864.
Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church tO Novem
ber lot, 3.864.
Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church to Novem
ber let, 1864.
Reigning. Queens of the world to November let, 1864.
Reigning Rings of the world to November Ist, 1864.
theirs Apparent to European and other Empires and
Besides other miscellaneous matter, astronomical in
formation, calendars, tee. Sc., tiro whole contprising a cal'
noble manual for me andreference throughout the year.
Price .26 cents.per copy:
Copies mailed (post-paid) on receipt of price.
For sale at LEWIS' /10010 STORE. if
D. P. OIVDPS
AT LEWIS' BOON, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE,
OSGOOD'S Speller.lst, 3d. 3d, 4th and 511, Redden.
M'OIiFFEY'S Spoiler and Readers.
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Town's Speller and Definer, (ad and nose editions.)
Buntles. Bullion's and Brown's Grammars.
Pitch's Physical Geography.
Warren's Physical Geography.
Mitchell's, Monteith and McNally's Geographies k Atlases
Camp's Geography, with Key to Mitchell's Outline Maps.
Webster 's and 'Worcester's Dictionaries.
Guackeabas' First Lessons in Composition.
Quackenbo's Composition and Rhetoric.
Greenleaf's, Stoddard's and Brooks' Arithinotics.. -
Petenion's Familiar Science.
Greenleat's and Stoddard's Keys to Arithmetic&
Greenleaf's and Davies' Algebras.
Greenleaf's Key to Algebra.
Parker's Juvenile Philosophy.
Parker's First Lessons in Natural Philosophy.
Ilistary or ilia liszliod Stat.. - -
Payson, Bunton and Seribner's Penmanship, In eleven
Potter & nummontl's Penmanship in twelve numbers.
Academical, Controllers' and other Copy Books.
Davies' Elementary Geometry and Trigonometry.
Davies' Legendre's Geometry.
Fulton ti; Eastman's Dook•keeping.
BOok Keeping by Single Entry, by Itannford .t Payson
Book Keeping by Single and Dnublo Entry, by lianalora
Other books will be added and furnished to order.
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