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MUSICAL. INSTRUMENTS AND
IL GREENE .has just opened
Jr. his Mails Store : one door west of W Lewis' Book
Store, where he keeps constantly on hand STEINWAY S
SONS' and GAEIILE'S Piano Manufacturing Company's
PIANOS, MASON S lIAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS cod
CARIIART, NEEDIIAM S CO.S' MELODEONS; guitars,
Violins. Fifes, Ftutes; Guitar .d Violin Strings.
MUSIC BOOKS—Golden Chain, Colden Shower, Golden
Comer, Golden Trio, Sc., Ac.
SLIEST MUSIC.—lie is constantly receiving from Phil.
adelphia all the latest Music, which persons at a distance
wishing„ con order and have sent them by mail.
Moo GROVER S BAKER'S Celebrated SEWING MA
CHINES—the only machine that, in addition to every
kind of solving, embroiders perfectly; sewing Silk and
Cotton of all Mode and colors for machines.
Persons buying Sowing Machines fully Instructed in
the.use of them.
AKir• Pianos and Organs Warranted for fire years.
Thoso wishing to buy any of the above articles are In-
Vitali to call and examine mine before purchasing, else.
whore My prices are tho same as in New York and
Circulars of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly
Upon application with any additional information desired.
B. M. GREENE,
'Hill street, Huntingdon, Pa.,
se27 Ono door west of Lewis' Book Store
IMMENSE STOCK -
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c,
AND .FOB SALE B Y
JAS. A. BROWN,
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK
T.Tuntingdon, oct /7.
. FALL AND WINTER,
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentlemen's Clothing of the best material, and made
the best workmanlike manner, call at
opposite the Franklin House in Market Square, Hunting
Huntingdon cut 17, '65.
NEW STOCK OF GOODS.
EVERYBODY IS INVITED TO CALL AT
S. S. SMITH'S STORE,
ON RILL STREET, lIONTINCIPON, PENNA
SUGAR and MOLASSES,
COFFEE, TEA and CHOCOLATE,
FLOUR, FISH, SALT and VINEGAR,
CONFECTIONERIES, CIGARS and TOBACCO,
SPICES OF THE BEST, AND ALL RINDS,
and every other article usually found In a Grocery Star<
ALSO— Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Stuffs,
Paints, Tarnishes, 01la and Spts. Turpentine,
Fluid, Alcohol, Glass and Putty,
BEST WINE and BRANDY for medical purposes.
ALL TILE BEST PATENT MEDICINES,
BOOTS AND SIIOES,
and a large number of articles too numerous to mention
The public generally will ydeaso call and examine for
themselves and learn my pri,...es
Huntingdon, 0ct.17 '65
CHEAP • GROCERY STORE,
HILL ST., HUNTING-DON, PA.
THE undersigned offers fOr the in•
spection and purchase of customers a largo and ns•
sorted stock of Groceries, Provisians, Se. Ile feels satin.
tied they can be accomodated with anything in his lino.
His prices aro low, and his stock fresh and good. He
keeps the best of
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
lIATS & CAPS, &e:
MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR,.
FISH, CHEESE, FLOUR RICE,.
And NO TI 0 NS of every kind.
A select stock of DRY GOODS, together with QUEENS
WARE, and all other articles kept in a well regulated
establishment for sale at reasonable prices.
Jur- His store is on Hill street, nearly opposite the
Dank, and in the room formerly occupied by D. Grove.
Call and examine. Z. YENTER.
Huntingdon, Oct 17, 1865.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS 1!
25 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN
AT COFFEE RUN STATION,
would respectfully call the attention of his old patrons
specially, and tho public to general, to his extensive
stock of well selected new Goods, just received from the
Eastern cities, consisting, in part, of
• - en Ware, Notions,
Hats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Bonnets, Shawls, Circu.
lars, Hardware, Queensware, Gro
ceries, Wood and Willow-ware, TobaccO,
Segars, Nails, Glass, Provisions,
Oil, Fish, Salt, Tinware, Cop
per Ware, Drugs and
Watches, &e., •
and all other articles kept in a first classtry store;
all selected With the greatest core and which wero 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 show
ing our Goods. Ladles aro specially invited to examine
our large stock of fashionable dress goods; Shawls, Cir
culars, Furs, and a great variety of Woolen Goods, Hosie
ry, &c. Also, a handsome assortment of LADIES' COATS
All kinds of produce taken iu exclatuge at the highest
market prices—Cash not refused. By strict attention to
the wants of customers, we hops to receive a continuation
of ;ho liberal patronage with which we have been hereto
fere favored.. Come one and all, and Tor
New Goods received daily.
New Furniture Establishment,
Manufacturer and Dealer in Furnithre.
Respectfully invites the attention of the Public to his
stand on Hill et., Huntingdon, in the rear of Geerge W
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry store, where ho manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to give hint a call.
Repairing of all kinds attended to promptly and charges
Also, Undertaking carried on, sad Coffins made to
any style desired, at short notice.
ft Funerals attended at auy placo in town or coon
I s ,by J. M. WISE.
Huntingdon, Sept. 24, '1802.-tf
By the box, pack, or ices quantity, for solo at
LEWIS' BOON AND STATIONERYSTORE.
MONTHLY TIME BOOKS,
Inns' ROOK -?'1117 .STATIONFRY STORE,.
GET THE BEST !
INVE:cTOIIS, MECHANICS, MANUFACTURERS
1866! 1866 1866!
The best paper in the United States for Mechanics, In
ventors, and Manufacturers, is the SCIENTIFIC AMER
ICAN. It is the largest in size, and has by for the widest
circulation of any other paper of its class iu title country.
It is published weekly. Loch number contains sixteen
pages, With numerous illustrations. The numbers for a
year make two volumes of 416 pages each. It also con
tains n full account arill the pileelpni inventions and
discoveries of the day. Also, valuable illustrated articles
upon tools and machinery used in workshops, unmake,
tories. steam and mechanical engineering. woolen. cotton,
chemical. petroleum, and all other manufacturing and
producing interests. Also, lire arms, war implemuntS,
ordmance, war vessels. railway machinery, electric, Chen,
cal. cud mathemstical apparatus, wood and lumber ina
cbinery, hydraulics, oil and writer ',maps, waterwheels,
etc.; household, horticultural, and farm implements—rids
latter department being very toll and of great value to
Farmers and Gardeners. Articles embracing every de
part meet of popular science, which ever body can under
stand and width every body likes to recd.
Also, reports of scientific societies, home tut& abroad;
Intent law decisions and discussions, practical reclines, .to
It elan contains an °finial list of all the patent claims, a
special feature of great value to Inventors and owners of
The publishers also act as agents for procuring patents
for new Inventions.
A new volume of do Scientific American commences
TERMS.—S 3 per year; $1,50 for six months. Ten co
pies for one year, $25. Specials!, copies sent free.
Address MUNN $ CO..
No. 57 Park Pow, Row
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES! !
TIIE success of our armies and the
consequent decline in the price of gold and other
commodities, enable me to send
GOOD TIDINGS TO THE BLACKSMITHS,
and all others who buy I ItON, STEEL, NAILS, Ac.
Having moved toy store to the large nod commodious
Brick, r Store Room, I hove received a largo assort
ment of WAGON TIRE, lIORSH SILOS IRON, round and
square BAR I LION, bought front the andrers since tho de.
clino in gold, which 1 am belling at GREATLY REDU
All persons wishing to buy IRON, STEEL, NAILS,
LOCKS, PAINTS, GLASS, or any Mod of II ARDWA RE
for cash, will cave money by sending their orders, or call
ing at Um Hardware Store of
JAMES A. BROWN,
April 5, '65. Huntingdon, Pa.
I (6114114 14101 n . 1 1
CG 1 .1
ESTABLISHED IN 1840.
Incorporated by the Legislature of the
State cf Pennsylvania,
Located on the IV. TV. Corner of 7th mut
(701) Chestnut sts. (701)
Designed exclusively to impart a thorough nod
PRACTICAL BUSINESS EDUCATION.
All classes'of persons require such an education. Those
possessing means, need it in conducting theirown business
Those without weans need it in obtaining end creditably
filling lucrative positions in the employ of other,
-The coarse of instruction and practice is arranged so as
to fully meet the diversified wants of every department of
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN TRADE,
us comprehended or embraced under the three general di
visions of industry Agriculturo, Ittanutucturo and Com
Each student is insttucted individually in both theca).
and practice of Book Keeping, according to the most op•
proved and labor saving methods, Business Penmanship,
Calculations. and all the collatordl branches of a complete
course of business education; and upon passing a satisfac•
torj , examination is awarded, by authority of law, a diplo
ma, under the corporates• al of the college.
Students are received at any time. And it is believed
that a praciical experience of over TWENTY :YEARS will be
considered by the public nu ninple guarantee of the prac
tical charactez of the course and efliciency.of the instruc
All further information desired can be obtained at the
college, or by addrming the Principal for a Circular by
gii-A liberal discount ig allowed to wOunded and hon
orably di,ebarged Euldiers. The colltge is olen day and
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
718 ARCH Street, above Seventh,
I .have now in store of
my own Importation and
• Manufacture, one of the
4 ). .
LARGEST and most
' 6 " ,:'• ~- . BEAUTIFUL selectionsof
. ancy Furs,
r for LADIES' and CHM
-I:t.' .' -:t , ' '''.l-. DREN'S WEAR, in the
City. Also , a fine assort
fi . 7 I A tu, .—:-:,:. molt of Go n t's 1? u r
41 1 i iloltat,t-7,:-.,..G10ies and Cellars.
. Irt q ,-.., - 1:, lam enabled to dispose
i. ~ • ' ~, ~,, r ,,,, , , _ 0 f my good s at very
ll'Af! ' ''''''' ---,.t1,:1.iq%',...*----. ItEASUN A BLE PRICES
_r -,.; .•1: . 0.(....,7'- - - , - , lntl I would therefore
":.-- --,-..-... - - , - ----olicit a call from my
=f - - -: •,-- - -- .- . .1 - friends of Huntingdon
' -- ,' --,--. ---- -- _ — _ —, -e - ' l-- county and vicinity.
Vir Remember the Name, Number and Street I
71S ARCH Street, above Ith, South Mae
5027-4 m PIIILA DELPHIA.
Arit - - 1 HAVE NO PARTNER, NOR CONNECTION
WITH ANY OTHER STORE IN PIII.I.ADELPHIA.
PAINT AND COLOR WORKS.
Liberty White Lead !
Liberty White Lead !
TRY IT ! TRY IT !
Warranted to corer more surface, for same weight,
item any other any the best, it is the cheapest.
TRY IT ! TRY IT !
Liberty Lead is whiter than any other.
Liberty Lead covers better than any other.
Liberty Lead meals longer than any oilier. -
Liberty Lead is more economical than any other.
Liberty Lend is more free from impurities and is
Warranted to do more and better work,
at a given cost, than any other.
Buy the Best, it is the Cheapest.
it mur.ctured end warranted by
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint & Glass Dealers,
137 North Third Street, rhilada.
" 520 Arch st,, Philada.,
SOLID SILVER WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE
1 -, - ' ,-. 7 - ~ _ . -7 AI- , -- - ''
1.4, '',1'.,:2?).1,111,L^:ii-...0.kt.,&-x• --,=
, 1 Cottage Orgau. '-.
Are not only unexcelled, but they are absolutely une
9nalltd liyany other Reed Instrument in the country.—
Designed expressly for Churches and schools, they tire
found to be squally adapted to the parlor anddraw•
For sale only by E. M. BRUCE,
No. Is North SEVENTH street, Philadelphia.
Also, BRADBURY'S PIANOS, and a [complete as•
gortment of the PERFECT 31ELODEON. sell-ly
JAMES H. ELDREDGE. GEO. P. ELDREDGE.
ELDREDGE 83 BRO.,
Publishers, Stationers, Booksellers,
10. 17 and 19 South Sixth Street,
(Above Chestnut.) PHILADELPHIA.
Particular attention paid to the country trade.
Always on hand a large supply of Letter, Cap, Note
Bill, and Wrapping Paper; Envelopes ; School awl Alb,
cellanemns Books; Pens, Ink, Slatea, Mucilage, Photo
graph Albums, Paper Bags, Ac.,
Liberal terms to cash customers. aug2S,'6s-ly
TAPER ! PAPER!!
Note Post, Commercial, FooInca!) and Flatcap—a
good a.ssorlmout for sale by the ream, half ream, quire or
LEWIS' NEW BOOK & STATIONERY STORE.
BOOTS and SHOES, the largest and
elumpost n.9ortrvnit in tnwp ) et
P. P. Cl 7 .
T. 11. POLLOCK, Atry-at-Law,
1866. TH E 1866.
LARGEST AND BEST
STOCK OF -
Ever Brought to Huntingdon,
Is now reaely for inspection and sale,
L Vi 6'
Book, Stationery and Music Store.
NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES
Than the same article can ho 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, &e.,
Call at the "Globe" Building,
and examine our stock and prices.
,'~ ~~ _
r aJ , ~~
ANF "M - LI -
NEW. TRIUMPHANT AT STATE rAins!
MOST RAPID EVAPORATOR IN THE WORLD!
"SORGO HAND-BOOK," FREE
CANE SEED, by the lb or bushel, FOR SALE AT COST 1
Frineo & Co's Nose AUTOMATIC ORGANS. The greet
est triumph of the age!
New style MELODEONS. with improvements.
Grover S 13aker'n FAMILY SEWING MAChINES.
Send fpr Circulars, ,C.c. Free
A. B. BRUMBAUGH,
James Creek, Huntingdon co., Pa
DR. BREWSTER HAS OPENED
an office in Huntingdon, Pa., and has cured, and
further pledges itimsel f to core a class of diseases acknow
ledged to be incurable by arty known Knee*, of medica
tion, diseases that never have, nor never caw be controll
ed, only by his namlo of applying the various modifications
The Doctor does lint wish to convey the impression that
lie cures all diseases In all conditions; ho dues nut wish to
shock tho sense of the public by asserting Chat ho can
cure pulmonary consumption tiller the lungs aro half de
cayed, but he pledges himself to cure every case uf pul
monary consumption in the early and ntit:dle stage, and
every other disease where a sufficient 1111101111 L of vitality
remains for reaction.
Electricity is al ways safe In the hands of an experienced
operator. Tile currents aro pvtfectly under control, and
can be regulated to suit the delicate nerves of a child
without, oily unpleasant sensation.
&Sir All those svlso have long suffered from painful and
obstinate diseases I
AZ" All those who have been given up by other Physi
- All those who huts been dismissed as incurable
ARE INVITED TO CALL
Electricity, unlike :Medicine, is capable of producing nil
the Changes necusiary to cure any disease, when applied
from proper polarities. The following are among the d is-
Med our system of practice lies proved especially SUCCOSS.
ful in curling.
Diseases Cured by Electropathy
Anuturosis; Aphony, less of voice, &c.; Asthma; Agile
Chills, fever and agile; Atrophy; nervous consumption;
Many of the stomach, Amenorrhum, ,oppressed menses;
All mercurial diseases; Bites of poisonous insects or aid.
nulls; Bronchitis; stone or gravel in Bladder ; Consump
tion; Chlorosis, green,sichms. Concussion of Is min; Con
traction of chest; stricture or limbs, ()Indic, from differ
ent causes; Cramps or spasms, chronic or acute; Conges.
live diseases of all kinds, Corea; St. Vitus dance; Coldness
of feet and hands; Cancers, in certain stages; Copper col
ored cuticle, or blotches; Catarrh; Diptheria k • Deformed
limbs straitened. Deafness, from paralysis of accoustio
nerve; Dizziness or drowsiness; Dropsy; Diabetes; Dys
pepsia, in all its forms; Dismenorrluva; painful menstru
ation; Dillicult respiration; Enlargement of joints; Ea,
ache; Epilepsy, falling sickness; Fits, front different eau.,
see; Onstrition, irritation of the stomach; Omit; Goit-re
or swelled neck; Glandular swellings; Ilmniplegia; Dem
orrling.e, from different causes; Hysteria, irritable spine,
&c.tsick or nervous Featlacht; Insanity; Inflamed or sore
eyes; Incontinence of urine; torpid state of Liver; Lungs.
hemorrhage of, congestion of, Sc.; LoCkjaw:Liver.enlarge
mast of; teuchorrhea; hoar albus; whites; 3lental do
pression; Muscular contraction; Menstruation, derange
ment In; Monomania; Milkleg; Numbness, from injuries
or otherwise; Neuralgia: Nocturnal mis•dons,• Old sores,
indolent ulcers; °lama, in home of its forms: ParaplegN;
Palsy, numb, or shaking, ParftlyEk in whatever part;
Poisoning; Palpitation of the Iniart; Prostration from Va
rious causes; Prolupsus Prolitivins an], or piles;
excessive Perspiration; suspended Perspiration; Palma
nary apoplexy; Rush of Blood to the head; Rheumatism,
acute or chronic; Restlessi,; Swelled Tonsils; Sore
Throat, front any cause; Salt them; Scrotula; Spinal di,
eases, curvature, Sc.; Ovarian Tumors; &c.; Tremens, do.
lirium, or at death, Tetanus, - or lord:jam, Uterine mis
placements, Uterine weakness . Wc,ilt Eyes,&r.; White
swellings. BREWSTE, M. 1).,
out 4.18e1 Huntingdon, Pa.
STAR MAGIC LINIMENT.
SIOOOIiEWABD will be paid
for any medicine that excels this for the
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Spinal Affec
tions, Contracted Joints, Cholic Pains,
Pains in Side or Back, Toothache,
Headache, Sprains, Sore Throat,
Cuts, Btuises, Burns, and all
Disbases of the Muscles,
Skin and Glands.
Tim is an Internal and External Medicine, composed of
Room, Herbs nod Barks such as 000 forefathers used.—
There is n bountiful supply on the earth to cure all coin
plaints, if too only limns what they were. This has heen
n:subject for constant study with the Medical Faculty for
a great many years, to find out the kinds boat adapted to
the above complaints—how to put them together, and
what portions to 1130.
This wonderful remedy needs no recommendation save
the results widen invariably follow its application.
412- This 0010110 r yellteily is fist coming into use from
the fact that it gives good satkfaction.
AV- 1'11176 ICI ANS.are invited to teat its efficacy in all
casts of Rheumatism, Aff,etions of the Spinal Column,
and all Diseas,s if the :Skin. Muscles and Glands. It lion
been used ill thonsands lit instances under the personal
supervision 01 the Inventnrs, and has never disappointed
their exPectatious. All Ned ask Mr it is a trialexperi
mental proof—not the testimony of the men of straw, ore
the vouchers we desire to pr. bent toll. public.
It would be well far many now lying in beds of torture,
if these filets could reach their sick chambers. It in aide°
important to theta than to the inventors that this should
ho the case. "Truth is mighty and must prevail.'
Keep it in your fluffily, for tilekllo.9B conieS_When
you least expect It.
SAMUEL 11. SHOEMAKER,
SOLE AGENT, HUNTINGDON; PA.
winangdon, pa., JulylO, lEES.
'Unquestionably the best.sustained work
of the hind in the world.'
NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE,
Critical notices of The press.
It is the foremost Megazino of the day. The fireside
never had a inure drlightrul companion. nor the million
a mord enterprising friend, than Harper's Magazine.—
Methodist, Protestant (lialtimora.)
The most popular Monthly in the world.—Sow York
We must refer in terms of culegy to tho high tone awl
varied excellences of Harper's Magaoilie—ll journal with
a monthly cis cub:thin of about 170,000 copies , --in whose
Pllges are to be found Bonin of the choicest light and gen
eral rooting of the day. We speak. of this work aa on evb
deuce of the American People; and the popularity it has
acquired is merited. Each !lumbar contains fully 144 pt
gea of i eluting matter, appropriately illustrated with
good wood co ; and it combines in itself the lacy month
ly and the more philosophical quarterly, blended with the
best feahiroof the doily journal. It has are It power in
the dissemination orn love of pure literature.—Trubner's
Guide to Antes icon Literature, (
The voluin,a bound constitute of themselves a library
or miscellaneous cowling such as can not be found is the
same confess In 1111 V ether publication that has come
ruder our notice.—Boston Courier.
The Publishers hare perfected a system of mailing by
which they can supply the Magazine and Weekly prompt
lY (0 nit.. tdiulorefer to receive their peraedicals directly
front the oilier of Publication.
The pe4tve on (torpor's ltlagozine is '2 4 cents a year,
which intl,l be paid at the subscriber's post office.
Marper'a Magazine, one year,
All extra copy of either the Magazine or Weekly will
be supplied gratis for every club of Fivo Subscribers at
$1 00 each, in One remittance; or Six copies for $2O 00.
Back number can ho suppl ied at any time.
A complete set, now comprisit, Thirty one Volumes,
is neat cloth binding, will be sent by express, freight at
exponn of purchaser, for $2 25 per volume. Slagle vol
miles, by unit, postpaid, $3 GO. Cloth cases, for binding,
68 coots, by mail, postpaid. Address
HARPER & BROTHERS,
• Franklin Square, New York.
NEW SKIRT FOR 1865-6.
The great invention of the age in
,T. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent Duplex
or double, ELLIPTIC SPRING SKIRT.
This invention consists of Duplex (or Iwo) EMI ptic pule
relined steel springs, ingeniously brankil tightly and lien.
ly together, edge to edge, making the toughest, most flex
ible, rtesti, and durable spring ever used. They seldom
he lid or break, like the single springs. and consequently
preserve their perfect and beautiful shape more than twice
ns long 113 any single spring skirt that ever has or can be
The wonderful flexibility and Brent comfort and pleasure
to any lady wearing the Duplex Elliptic Skirt will ho ex
perienced particularly , in all nrowded assemblio:, operas
carriages, railroad ears, church pears, aria chairs, fur pro
menade and house dress, as the skirt can be folded when
hr nee to occupy a small space as easily and COLlVeniently
as a silk or muslin dress.
A lady having enjoyed the pleamre. comfort and greet
convenience of wearing the duplex elliptic Heel spring
skirt for n single day will never afterward, willingly din
pm with their u For children, misses and young
ladies they are super s.e.
ior le all others.
'the hoops era covered with 2 ply double twisted thread
and will wear twice as long as the single yam. covering.
Which is Hoed on all single steel hoop skirts. The three
bottom rods on- every skirt aro Aso double steel, and
twice or double covered to prevent the covering from
wearing elf the rods when dragging dolt . n stairs, stone
steps, lie , which they ere constantly subject When in use.
All are made of the new and elm gout corded tapes, and
are the best unality In livery part. giving to the wearer
the most graceful and perfect shape possible, and taro un
questionably the lightest, most desirable, comfortable,
and economical skirt ever made.
Welts' Bradley kr Cary, proprietors of the invention, and
sole manufacturers, Si Chambers, and 79 and SI Meade
Edrcuts, Now Yoftz.
For sale in all first-class stores in this city, and through
out the United States, Canada, Ilnvana do Cuba, Mexico,
Sunlit America ' and the West Indies. -
Vs— Inquire for the Duplex (or double) Elliptic Spring
Skirt. - n012.3m
1 : . TIM!
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P. M.! A. 51.1 P.M 1 Ant. l P. 10.1 A.m.' p. in
5 '251 4 13111 58 N. Moulton, 4 391 854
5 33' 4 21112 OS Mt. Union,— 4 30 , 9 53 8 45
542 4 3112 15 ..... Mapleton, 422 537
552439 12 20 91111 Creck,... 4 131 0373 28
009 4 5402 48 0 40 Huntingdon, 4 001 0 24 8 15
6 25 5 091 1 98 'Petersburg,— 3 411 9 OS 7 55
633 5 17 1 201 'Marco 3 341 1 7 49
641 5 27 1 32 ISprneeCrcels, 327 3 56 7 42
- 6.59 ...... 1 53 !Birmingham, 3 10 7 25
7 10 5 58 2 05 7 "5 Ty ro ne,
'2 e, 2 98 8 33 7 13
7 25, 6 MI 2 '2l 48 7 03
7 311 6132 23 IFostoria, 242 657
7 30i 6 18 2 35, Bell's Mille,- 237 8 12 652
8 00; 6 40 3 001 8 10i A1t0000,...... 2 20 7 55 0 35
P.m.' A. 31. P. 31. 1 0. N.l P. DI. A. 51. P. 31.
Tho PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS En9tward, leaves
Altoona at 9 30 P. M., and arrives at Huntingdon nt
10 49 P.M.
LlNVrEaßtwaril loam! Altoona at 11 'lO
arivps at Ilantiag.lon at 4 40 A. M.
LADELPIIIA EXTItE,66 Westward, leaves
a at 7 19 A. 31., and arrives at Altoona at
.T LINE Westward, leaves Huntingdon at
and arrives at Altoona at D 30 P. 31.
8 08 1
READING RAIL ROAD.
GREAT TRUNK LINE PROM THE
North and North-West for PHILADELPHIA, NEW
YORK, READING, PLAINVILLE, LEBANON, ALLENTOWN, EASTON,
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as follows At
3 00, 7,25" and 0 05 A. 31., nod 1 45 and 0.00 P. M., arriving
at Now York 5,40 and 10 00 A, M., and 3 40 and 10 35 P. 31.
The above tamneet with similar Trains on the Pennsyl-
Vanin Railroad, and sleeping UM accompany the 3 00 and
0 05 n. m. trains, without change.
Leave fur Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua. Minersville,
Ashland, Pine Grove. Allentown and Philadelphia at 7 35
A. M., and 145 and 0 P. M.. stopping nt Lob:turn and all
way stations; the 91' 31 train tanking unclose connection
for Pottsville tine :Philadelphia. For Pottsville, Schuyl
kill Haven and Auburn, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna
Railroad, leave Harrisburg at 4 I' 31.
Returning. leave NEW-Yong at 0 A. 31., 12 Noon; anti 3
P. 31. Philadelphia at SA. M-, and 330 I'. 71; Pottsville
at S 40 A. 31.. nod 2 55 P. 31: ADIkIRIVI 0 00 and 11,45 a m,
Tamaqua at 7.35 A. 31., and ' 1
40 I'. M.
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Railroad at 6,45 nm. •
An Accommodation Passenger Train leaven HEADING at
6.30 A. M., and returns from PHILADELPHIA nt 4.30 I'. 31.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 6 10 a tn.,
and 0 15 P. 31., for Ephrata, Lancaster. Columbia, Ac.
On Sundays. leave New York at S P.,M., Philadelphia,
315 P. 31., Pottsville 8 00 A. 31., Tamaqua 8 A. M., 11:n . -
0 - burg 9 05 A. 31., and Reading at 100 a. nt., for Har
risburg. and 10,52 a m , for New York.
COMMUTATION, MILEAOE, SEASON, SCHOOL, Hlld EXCURSION
TICKETS at minced rates to and from all points.
Baggage checked through 50 pounds Baggage allowed
G. A. NICOLL3,
floating, Nov. 37,1045. Genera - Superintendent.
NTINGDON & BROAD TOP
It Al I,110A1).
id after Monday, Isfavorabor 13,
rill arrive and depart as follow,
S - 18
0 10 Coffee Run,
8 18 Itough.4 Ready,.
0 ?C, Cove,
8 11 FE:sll2l'e Sununlt
Le en l f , ? ) 4 0, ;;I sa . ton,
10 :HI Illdtllesburg
10 28 Hopewell
10 40 Piper'e ltun
11 18 Ilninilton
11 131 !Heady lien,
0011 :35 Monot Da11ee,....
. , • 6110UVS RUN BIIANC
LE 10 051Faxten I
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10 ~,:, C , •
AR 10 33 Dudley.
I IHrond Top City,•••••1
Huntingdon Nov. 13, 1505. OLIVE!.
) ,/ •
.1• fine and large assortment always on
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
TOR THE LADIES.
A suporior article of .Noto Paper and Envelopes,
nultablo ror•confidential correspondence. for sale at
LEWIS' BOOK o STATIONERY STORE.
DR/MINI AND DRAMINO PAM
White and Colored Card Paper,
For naln at
Z . E7YI:: ROOK A 57'AI1oNER^."70RR.
~VANTA In+ IL ROAD
11 OF LEAYINO 0 F TRAMS
M ARMING fI:TIENT.
An 5 45
10 J 5
I.E 10 00
413 3 65
- eco 41:20 ME. . 4 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.
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 Vols.
Life and Public Services of Ahem. Lincoln.
Plutons 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 Thompsen.Weetcott.
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.
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.
Davis' . "
Cross' Masonic Chart.
Shakspeate'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.
Adam Bede, by George Elliot. , • .
I Courtship and Matriinony, by Robert Morris
Parisian Pickings, by Julie lie 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 Montez.
Age of Chivalry, by Thomas Bulfinch.
Tale of a Tub, fie., &c., by Dean Swift.
The Initials, n Story of Modern Life.
The• Methodist, by Miriam Fletcher, 2 vols.
The World's Loonies; or Best Thoughts of
Best Authors, in Prose and Poetry.
Robert Houdin, the Magician, by Mackenzie
Skirmishing, n Novel.
Letters to Young Ladies, by Rev. J. Bennett
Ladies' Guide to Perfect Grentility.
Dime Book of Etiquette.
The Reason Why—Natural History.
Daring and Sufferirw, by Lieut. Pittenger.
Titeumb's Letters to Young Folks.
" Lessons in Life.
" Letters to the Joneses.
" Gold Foil,
The Trial, or More Links of the Daisy Chain
Book of Nonsense, by Edward Lear.
Nasby Papers, [Comico-Politico-Roligico.j
The Ladies' Werk-Table Book.
Zulu Land, by Rev. Lewis Grout.
Dutch and English Testament.
Bunyan's Pilgrim Progress.
" Holy War. •
rhajhree Mrs. Judson's and other Daugh
ters of the Cross, by Rev. D. Eddy.
Striekland's Life of Jacob Gruber.
Shadow on the Hearth, by Res'. 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. Barter.
Condensed Concordance to the Scriptures.
Thoughts i f Favored Hours, by J. Copely.
Cobbet's 13 Sermons on Great Sins.
Headley's Sacred Plains,
Mollvaine's Evidences of Christianity.
Dealings avith the Dead.
Slavery Vieived 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 clift, for the Loving and the Loved,
by J. Cole Hagen.
The New Fortune Teller, or the Poetical
Mrs. Bale's Receipts for the Million.
The Philadelphia Housewife, or Family Re
Widdifield's New Cook Book.
Sayer'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.
Dawning's Fruit and Fruit Trees of America.
The Farm ; Manual of •Practical Agriculture
The Garden, do do Horticulture
The Barnyard, a Manual of Cattle, Horst, :
and Sheep Husbandry.
A Method of Increasing the Yield of the
Mitch-Cow, by John Neffien.
Mayhew's Illustrated Horse Management.
The Horse and This 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 Reckoner and Log Book,
and Boat Ituilders.
Scribner's Assistant for Farmers, Millers,
Produce Dealers and Mechanics.
Rohrer's Pra ctical 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 Canada&
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 Sociahle,or 1001 Home Amusements.
Hoyle's Games: Chess, Backgammon, &o.
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.
Whately's Selection of Synonyms.
Davies' Logic and Utility of Mathematics.
Gilfillan's Literature and Literary Men. -
Brown's Graintnar of English Grammars.
Page's Theory and Practice of Teaching.
Holbrook's Normal Method of Teaching.
Wickersham's School Economy.
Elocutionary Manual, by Hiram Corsets,
Maugnall's Comprehensive Summary of His-
tory, &c., &c.
QF Also, an assortment of Juvenile and
Cheap Publications. •
Anthon's Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary.
Sander's German and English Primer.
Northend's Little Speaker.
Dime Speakers and Dialogues.
Pawners Elements of Chemistry.
Reese's " Zoology.
Lambert's Anatomy and Physiology.
Woseester's Anoient and Modern History
Teacher's Guide to IllUstrations: to necom-
pany Holbrook's School Apparatus.
How to use Globes, by B. C. Brownell.
The Natural Spelling Teacher.
Sherwood's Speller and Pronounoer.
Hann's Elements of Spherical Trigonometry
Key to Bonnycastle's Algebra.
[See School Books in another column.]
IVITAT.I.C I apo4CDIE.OO
FOR SALE AT LEWIS' BOOK-STORE.
11DWE'S SONGS,OF IRELAND, containinz about 175 of
the Ger. of Hibernia's Songs and Itoßode, including
50 of illoore'a Irish Melodies, Son” b e of the affections,
Sentimental, Patriotic, Historical. Military. Political
Comic and Miscellaneous Songs, arranged for the
Pianoforte or Melodeon. Price $3.00
HOWE'S SONGS OF SCOTLAND. containing about 175
of the Gems of Caledonia's Songs anti Ballads. Mehl.
ding Songs of the affections:Sentimental, Patriotic,
Ilistbrical, Military, Political. Connie anti Miscellane
ous Songs, arranged for the Pianoforte or Melodeon.
HOWE'S SONGS AND BALLADS OF THE OLDEN
- TIME, containing the Original Kurds and Mimic,
of the Sown nod Biglade. Kung by the Grand-moth
ers of the present generation. Arranged fur tour
HOWE'S TRTOS: Quadrilles Contra and Fancy. Dances
with Calls and limos'.; Witlizo-, Polkas, Chian Melo
dies, Scotch and I rich airs, Sc., for the Violin,
Flute, Cornet, Bass Viol. Sc. •
tIIE YOUNG MEN'S SINGING BOOK; a collection of
Music for male Voices, consisting of Glecs and Part
Songs, Choir and congregational Tunes, Anthems,
KINGLET'S JUVENILE C/IOIR:—J1 selection of the
Choicest Melodies from the Carman, Frond., Ital
ian, English and American Composers. •
TBUMPET OF FREEDOM AND TILE BUGLE CALLB;two
books suihible to the times.
THE ROSTON GLEE BOOM, consisting of nn extensive
collection of Glees, Madrigals, and Hounds, selected
from the works of the Most admired Composers, to
gether many new pieces from the German.
INSTRUCTION BOOKS FOR TIIP, PIANO, Midadeon
Accordeon, 'Violin, Banjo, Guitar, Concertina, Drum
Fife end Flageolet:
Huntingdon, Jan. 24, 4865-H.
SCHOOL . BOOKS,
AT LEWIS' BOOK, STATIOKBItY MUSIC sToitn,
If unrroanom; PA.
OSOOOD'S Speller.let• 2(1. Id, 4th and Ith Readers.
51'0 UFFErS Speller and Readers.
SANDER'S do do do
Town's Speller and Definer, (old and now editions.)
Smith's, Bullion's and Brown's Grammars.
Fiteh'e Physical Geography.
Wat.ren's Physical Geography.
Miteltell'a. Monteith nod McNally's Geographies & Atlases
Camp q Geography, with Key to Mitchell's Outline Maps.
Webster's and Worcester's Dictionaries.
Quackenbes' First lessons in Composition.
Quackoisho's Composition and Rhetoric.
Greenleaf's. Stoddard's and Brooks' Arithmetic,.
Peterson's Familiar Science. ,
Greenleaf's nod Stoddard'a Keys to Arlthmetics.
Greenleaf's and Davies' Algebras.
Greenleaf's Key to Algebra.
Parker's Juvenile Philosophy.
Parker's First Lessons in Nature! Philosophy.
Parker's Philosophy. •
history of the United States.
Payson. Minton and Scrlbner's Penmanship, in eleven
Potter & hammond's Penmanship in twelve numbers.
Achdemical, Controllers' and other Copy Books.
Davies' Elementary Geometry and Trigcnometry.
Davies' Legendre's Geometry.
Fulton & Eastman's Book-keeping.
Book Keeping by Single Entry, by Ihmaford & Payson
Book Keeping by Single and Double Entry, by Hanaford &
Other books will be added and furnished to order.
A full stock of School Stationery always on hand.
Huntingdon. Pa. •
WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS
COUNSELLOR IN BUSINESS
BY PRANK CROSBY,
OF TOE PUILADELPUIA.DIR
II Tells You Ilow to dross Up PARTNEP.SrUP PAPERS and
gives general forms for AGREEMENTS Of all
kinds. BILLS of Sate. Leases and PETITIONS.
I 1 Tells You Ifow to draw up BONDS and illoaToAnes, AF
FIDAVITS, POWERS of ATToRNET. NOTES and
BILLS of ENCIIANGE, Remarry and RELEASES.
II Tells You The lowa for the COLLET:MON of PERTs, with
the STATUTES of LIMITATION, and amount
and kind of property Excurr from STEM
TION in every State.
II Tells You How to make an ASSIGNMENT properly, with
forms for COMFOSITIoN with CREDITORS. and
the INSOLVENT LAWS of every State.
It Tells You The legal relations existing between GUAR.
DIAN and WARD, 3lAsTErt and APPRENT/OE,
and LANDIJNID end TENANT.
II Tells You What constitutes Lien and SLANDER, and
the Low as to MARRIAGE DOWER, the Wren's
ItionT TX PkonaTT, Dlvoner. end ALIMONY..
II Tells Du The Law for MEcnamcs' hums in every State.
and the NATURALIZATION LAWS of this cor,
try, and how to comply with the same.
Il Tells You The law concerning PENSIONS and how to ob
tain one, and the PRE.E3IDTION LAWS to
It Tells You The Law for PATENTS, With mode of prose
dere in obtaining one, wills INTEIZFELEXCES
ASSIGNMENTS and TABLE OF FEES. -
It Tells You Ilow to make your WILL. and how to Amax.
ISTER ON AN ESTATE, with the law and the
• requirements thereof in every State.
II Tell: You The meaning of LAW TCIIMiI in general use
and explains to you the LEGISLATIVE. EXE
=ME and JUDICIAL Powers of both [II
General and State GOVERNMENTS.
It Tells Tom flew TO HEED OUT OF EAW. by' showing how to
do your business legally, thus-saving
vast amount of property, and vexations
litigation, by its timely consultation.
Everybody's Lawyer is for sale at Lewis' Book Ste
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CONSTABLE'S SALES, ATTACIrf EXECUTION,
SCHOOL ORDERS, • JUDGMENT NOTES.
LEASES FOR HOUSES, NATURALIZATION D'ES,
.'O3IMON BONDS, JUDGMENT BONDS,
WARRANTS, FEE BILLS,
NOTES, with a waiver of tho $3OO Law. • '
JUDGMENT NOTES. with a waiver of the $3OO Law.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT, with Teachers.
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, for Justices . of the Pence
and Ministers of Elm Gospel.
COMPLAINT, WARRANT, and COMMITMENT, in ease
of Assault and Battery, and Affray.
iCIERE FACIAS, to recover amount of Judgment.
COLLECTORS' RECEInS, for Stnto, County, School,
Borough rind Township Taxes.
Printed on superior paper. nod for sale nt the . Oilier of
the HUNTINGDON GLOBE.
BLANKS. of every description, printed to order, mostly
at short notice, and on good Paper.
pAPER ! TAPER!! PAPER !!!
Drawing Paper, •
Dood Paper, •
• Tissue Paper,
. Silk Paper for Flowers,
lat Cap Paper, •
Letter Paper, •
Commercial Note Paper,
Ladlea' Gilt Edged Letter and Note Paper,
Ladles' Plain and Fancy Not Paper,
White and Colored Card Paper, in Packs and Sheets,
For sale at LEWIS . Book. Stationery and Music Store.
WINDOW CURTAIN „PAPERS,
A LARGE STOCK
Window Curtain Papers,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
A beautiful assortment of PHOTO
.dIZAPI-1 ALBUMS just received aid
for sale • •
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORK
1300 KS• AND STATIONERY.-
A good assortment of miscellaneous and School
Books—Foolscap, Letter, Commercial and Note Paper—'
Plain and Fancy Envelopes—Red, Blue and Black Inks—
Blank Books of numerous sizes—fens, Pendia, Pocket and
Desk Inkstands ' and every other article usually . found in
a Book and Stationery Store, eats be had at fair prices at.
LEWIS' 110011, STATIONBIIY 47. 211.19/0 STORE.
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A complete rocket Ready Reckoner, in dollars
and cents, to which-aro 'added forms of Notes, Bills, Re
ceipts Petitions, &v..' together witlra set of useful tables
containing rate of in teresti front ono dollar to twelve thOUS-
Wili, by the single day; with a table of wages, and board
by the meek and day. For auto ut
LEWIS" BOOK STORE.
ID A R (.) MENT DEED PAPER--
A ruled for sale ot
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
Anybody in want of
FAMILY 'AND PUDIC ET .61 Hlll5,
HYMN AND PRAYED DOOK3.
ALBUMS AND ANNUALS.
ANY o . 7llEtt .VALUABLE AND IBTERY4TI9O BOOB:
Fancy and Schaaf
CHURCH 15111510 AND INSTRVOTIMi 111:401i6
.81111 ET MUSIC for the Plane, Guitar,
POCKET HOOKS, PORTMONNAiIa AND PlMekB„
liar LnAies mad GOettlentex,,
GOLD PENS AND rENoia;
AWARD CARDS AND BOOKS,
For Sunday' nd Common Schools,
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOORS OF. ALL KINDS
TOY BOOKS, ALPHABET BLOHES, &C.,
ALL KINDS OF BOOKS
Proper for Boys and Girls
For Young Folko
WEDDING ENVELOPES AND CARDS,
MA ItIII . AGE CERTIFICAI'a,
CHECKER BOARDS, DOMINOES, AO.,
From 6 to 75 cents
Mentoremdunt Books of Various Sizr-p,
'SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS,
DIARIES F 0111866,
Drawing and Blotting Riper, Bristal end Card Boa . yds
WHITE BONNET BOARD,
INDELIBLE. CARMINE, RED, BLIT. AND BLACK INNE,
Arnold's Hodgson's and Harrison's‘
Wrapping Paper of Difibrent Sties and Qualities,
&c. &c. &c. &c. &a.
SHOULD CALL AT
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NEAP BOOK, STATIO`YRIIr AND MUSIC STOAN,
In the "Globe'• ouililing, Market Square,.
where all wi; want to
go to mike their purchases:
SEGAR CASES, &c., &c.,. •
A hancidorne assortment just received
At LEWIS' Book Store.
ALL THE DISTINGUISHED OPPRESS AND C . IVILIANE,
• FOR SALE •
AT LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES,
GILT GOLD SHADES,
BAILEY'S FIXTURES, -
TAPE, CORD AND TASSALS,
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE
STOCK OF FINE STATIONERY,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
'EVER. RECEIVED IN HUNTINGDON,
CAN NOW BE HAD
AT LEWIS' BOOR, STATIONERY AND MUSIC STORE.
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AND FANCY •
ENVELOP V 8
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lIUNTING . DON, PENNA
;IP uGs PA„
r b y r ift'a Pealmodlst-Tb.
1 " . "
Bertha's enlarged laud improved - instrlctere—Welland'a
New and Improved Method for the Uniter--Leland'a accor
deon, Violin and Flute instructors--Winner'a and liosia4
Violin Inotructors—Bellak's Melodeon Inetruetor—Bur
rim.' Piano-Forte Primer—do. Therotigh-Baso
'llowe's Drawing Boom Dances—Tim Chortle Glen Book--;
Tara's Ilarp,.for sale at . •
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Handsome and Useful • Articles !
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QCIIOOL . BOOKS; - •
Generally in use in the School! of the County, not on
baud, will be furnished to order, on application:rat
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