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Farmers cut this out and paste it on
your kitchen doors:
It is, perhaps, safe to say that on
three arms out of four the wife works
harder, endures more than any other
on the place; more than the husband,
more than the farm hand, more than
the hired help of the kitchen. Many a
farmer speaks to his wile habitually in
terms more imperious, impatient, and
petulant than ho would use to the
scullion of the kitchen or to his hired
Many a farmer's wifo is literally
worked to death in an inadvertant
manner, from want of reflection or
consideration on the part of her bus.
band. None can understand bettor
than he, in plowing or sowing, or har
vest time, that if a horse gets sick, or
runs away, or is stolen, another must
be procured that very day; or the
work will inevitably go behindhand.
He does not carry the same practical
sense into the kitchen when the hired
help leaves without warning or be
comes disabled, although lie knows as
well as any man can know that they
will expect their meals with the same
regularity, with the same promptness,
and with the same proper mode of
preparation; but instead of procuring
other 1161 p on the instant, he allows
himself to be persuaded, if the help is
sick, she will got well in a day or two,
or a week at farthest, and it is hardly
worth while to get another for so short
a time. If the help has taken "French
leave,'! his mind fixes on the fact that
it is a very busy time and neither ho
nor a single hand can be spared, or
that, in the course of a week, some one
will have to go to town for some other
purpose, and both these matters can
be attended to at the same time. Mean.
while the wife is expected not only to
attend to her ordinary duties as usual,
but somehow or other to spare time to
do all that the nook or washerwoman
was accustomed to do, that is, to do
the full work of two persons, each one
of whom had already quite as much
labor to perform as she could possibly
attend to. The wife attempts it. By
herculean efforts all goes on well. The
farmer perceives no jar, no hitch in the
working of the riachinery,and because
no complaint is uttered, thinks that
everything is going on withcut an ef
fort. Meanwhile time passes; and in
finite shame on some of them; they
begin fe calculate how much has been
saved from servants wages, and how
much loss food has been eaten, and be
cause still no complaint has been made,
the resolution quietly forms in the mind
o& nothing until she does complain;
but 'before that takes place, she falls
a victim to her over exertions, in hav
ing laid the foundation for weeks and
months of illness, if not of premature
decline and deatl—Dr. Hall. •
To FATTEN FOWLS. —lt is conceded
that the fowls of France are the fattest
and whitest in the world. The meth.
.od for preparing them for the market
Fifteen days before they are to be
killed they feed them with dough made
.of wheat flour of the previous year,
with ten grammes of salt to every
quart of water, and three or four small
gravel stones to mouthful of dough.
Twelve hours before they aro to be
killed they should scarcely eat any
thing, in order to leave the intestines
empty, and thus avoid the acid fermen
tation, which would produce decompo.
sition, and make it impossible to trans
port them any distance.
Not a feather should be plucked till
the fowl has been thoroughly bled,
which is done without cutting off the
head. So long as the blood is in cir•
culation, each little fesoicle at the root
of the feather is filled, and causes spots
if this is plucked till it is orairely
drained. If they are killed immedi
ately after eating, they will keep only
eight days; but if they have tasted
twelve hours, they will keep fifteen
POULTRY.—Whoever will give prop
er care to early chickens, may set the
hens as early as the first of April.
Early chickens are particularly useful
as insect killers, for the first insects aro
the parents of future swarms. Give
seldom more than 13 eggs. Select
those of perfect form, of medium or
not extra largo size, and strong shells.
Mark each egg with a lead pencil, and
on several put the date at which they
aro put under the hen. Let hens lay
in movable boxes, so that whot i l they
begin to set they may be removed
away from -the laying hens. Feed reg ,
ularly, and keep water always before
them: Feed may always be kept be
fore setting hens if rats aro not trouble
some. Turkeys should be confined
and made to lay at home in a low box
or basket, where they can be control ,
led, so that when their young hatch
they may be kept in doors for a week
or ten days, as they are very apt to die
if they get wet. Sot Ducks' eggs under
hens. Geese take care of themselves,
but should not be forced to go far for
food while sitting.—Agriculturist.
TO GIVE ONIONS AN EARLY START.-
Mr. 11. Benjamin, of Ontario county,
gives the following method of prepar
ing onion seed for planting :
"About the first of April 1 put my
seed into blood•warm water, set it
where it will not freeze, and let it re
main from twelve to fifteen days. I
atu careful to have the water always
cover all the seed. In two or three
days one can tell if the seed be good
by the strong onion smell it will omit
in case it is all right. I drain the wa•
for off from the seed, and stir amongst
it some plaster, keeping it, however, a
little moist and warm. At the end of
three days the seed will have thrown
plant it, covering about half atTi";l7
deep with earth, and in six days one
can eeo the rows."
Tim FARMER who improves his les ,
nre in gathering information—thinking,
planning, and resolving, will in his
prosperous career, leave tar behind him
who neglects to improve his mind,and
who never looks ahead.
GRAIN that has been injured and be
come musty, unless its gluten is de—
stroyed, may be restored to nearly its
original pweetneBs by pouring boiling
water over it and permitting it to
Eland till cool.
APRIL TERM, 1866
a precept to toe directed, dated at Huntingdon, the
20th of Jana:try, A. D. ISO, antler the. bands and seal
of the lion. George Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, 03,r and Terminer, and general jail deliv
ery of the 24th Judicial District of Pennsylvania, compo
sed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria counties; and the
Thins. Benj. P. Patton and Anthony J. Beaver, his asiAmi
ates, Judges of the county of Huntingdon, justices no
signed, appointed to hear, try and determine till and every
indictments made or taken Mr or concerning all orioles,
which by the laws of the State are made capital, or felon
ten of death, and other offences, crimes and misdemeanors,
which have been or shall hereafter be committed or perpe
trated, for crimes aforesaid—l ant commanded to make
public proclamation throughout toy whole bailiwick, that
a Court of Oyer and Terminer, of Common Pleas cm!
Quarter Sessions, will he held at the Court House in the
borough of Huntingdon, on the second Monday (and Mb
day) of APRIL next, and those who will pro,ecuto the
said prisoners, be then and there to prosecute them as it
shall be just, and that all Justices of the Peace, Coroner
and Constables within said county, be then and there in
their proper persons, at 10 o'clock, a. m. of said day, with
their records, inquisitions, emaminations and remembrim.
cos, to do those things which to their Offices respecti*ly
Dated at llnntingdon, the 1-ith day 3larch in the year of
one Lora ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-six ;
and the 00th year of American Independence.
JAS. P. BATHURST, ShcrUß.
D - Ro CLAMAT lON.--WH ERE A S, by
n precept to me directed by the Judges of the Com
mon Pleas of the county of fluntingdOn. bearing test the
20th of January, A. D. ISO, I ant commanded to make
public Proclamation throughout ray whole bailiwick, that
a Court of Common Pleas will be held at the Court Hence
In the borough of Huntingdon, un the 3rd Monday (nod
311 h 'day) of Aritn, A. D., IbG6, for the trial of 011 is•
sues in said Court which remain undetermined before
the said Judges, when and Inhere all Jurors, witnesses, and
suitors, in the Wahl of all issues are required.
Dated at [runtlngdon, the 11th of March, in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six,
and the 00th year of American Independence.
JAS. P. BATHURST, Sheriff.
Plicritre Office, ITuutingdon,-31ch. 11,
APRIL. TERM, 1806.
Leonard Weaver for use vs 11. B. T. R. IL &C. Co
Watkins k Woods vs Hobert GraMils.
Dr. Sliuenborger's executor no Wilson Lorenz
J. Crawford Wall:leo V 3 G. J. 11. Sbocnbergcr.
William Stewart vs A. W. Oaks .S: S. Semple
Jacob Cresswell vs P. 11. Lanett al.
J. McPlierran's executors to Martin Orlady.
David Caldwell v 3 J. Powell Stewart.
Patrick Hammitt vs W. E. 3P Murtrie et at
J. E. Glasgow for use vs Stacy Gibbolly'S eXecittors
E.:McMullin for use va Harrison Gorsuch
John Megaflan vs Boyer .h Johnston.
John F. Herron vs David Hiatt.
W. C. WACP)NER, Prothonotary.
R K Allison, farmer, Brady
Joshua Brown, farmer, Springfield
Samuel B. Boyer, farmer, Penn
John BreUreter, merchant, Walker
William Briggs, farmer, Shirley
Humphrey Chi'cote, laborer, Union
George Colder, brewer, Alexandria
John Eberts, farmer, Franklin
W Gansimore, farmer, Warriorsmark
Barton Green, merchant, Barreo
Elijah Gillam, farmer, Barren
J W Isenberg, blacksmith, West
Jared Johnston, farmer, West
Benjamin Kylcr, farmer, Cass
Thomas Keith, farmer, Hopewell
Philip Locke, farmer, Springfield
Jacob Musser, farmer, Brady.
II M'Manigal,livery keeper, Hunting'n
Jacob Mountain, farmer, Carbon
Henry C Robison, farmer, Dublin
George Smith, farmer, Cass
J B Summers, limner, Hopewell
Benj. Sprankle, farmer, Morris
Saml. Thompson, farmer, Franklin
TRAVERSE JURORS-FIRST WEEK.
Robert Anderson, Sr., farmer, Penn
Jacob Anspach, farmer, Jackson
Daniel Ammerman, agent, Carbon
Andrew Beers, miller, Franklin
Samuel Book, farmer, Tell
Samuel Barr, farmer, Jackson
Thomas Cisney, farmer, Tell
A Carothers, innkeeper, Cromwell
Luden Dean, laborer, Union
Aaron W Evans, J P, Cassville
William S Entrekin, farmer, Hopewell
Daniel Fettorhoof, farmer, Morris
Robert Gifford, farmer, Shirley
George Garber, farmer, Cromwell
William Gutshall, farmer, Springfield
Charles Green, farmer, Oneida
Daniel Goodman, farmer, Huntingdon
Richard D Heck, farmer, Cromwell
William Hess, farmer, Springfield
Henry Hammer, farmer, Morris
William S Harper, farmer, Dublin
Daniel Knodo, farmer, Porter
Jacob Lane, farmer, Springfield
Henry Lee, farmer, Jackson
Abraham Myers, carpenter, Penn
John P Myton, farmer, West
George McCool, farmer, Oneida
Henry A Mark, farmer, Juniata
James Moore, farmer, Oneida
William V inci., farmer, Oneida
Samuel Myton, farmer, Barree
Newton Madden, farmer, Springfield
Winchester McCartney, farmer, Brady
W M'Murtrio, gentleman, Huntingdon
Samuel Neal, farmer, Oneida
Abraham Pheasant, farmer, Cass
Joseph G Park, farmer, Cass
Joshua Price, farmer, Dublin
Peter Peightal, farmer, Penn
T D Strickler, plasterer, Huntingdon
James Stewart, farmer, Jackson
David Stever, farmer, Cass
Samuel Tussey, farmer, Morris
L D Tate, weaver, Jacson
Jackson White, farmer, Union
David Wullsmith, farmer, Oneida
George Wagoner, farmer, Shirley
Benjamin Wallace, farmer, Morris
TRAVERSE JURORS-SECOND WEEK.
W Addleman, farmer, Warriorsmark
George Bell, drover, Barree
John H Benford, carpenter, Coalmont
Jonathan S Briggs, farmer, Tell
Alexander N Campbell, clerk, Penn
Thomas Car mon, tinner, Huntingdon
James Coulter, farmer, Tell
Benjamin Coble, laborer, Penn
John H. Donaldson, farmer, Hopewell
Casper Fisher, farmer, Hopewell
Kenzie L Green, farmer, Clay
George Garver, farmer, Shirley
John Hutchison, farmer, Warriormark
Andrew Heffner, miller, Walker
Samuel Hackedorn, innkeeper, Shirley
Gco. A Heaton, merchant, Coalmon t
John Hawn, Jr., farmer, Junirta
David Johnston„saddler, Penn
John Diner, farmer, Union
Daniel Kypor, farmer, Oneida
John Magill, farmer, Penn
John McClain, farmer, Tod
David E Nail, shoemaker, Penn
Benjamin Neff, miller, West
Samuel Peightal, farmer, Penn
James Port, Huntingdon
Livingston Robb, farmer, Walker
Isaac S Sheetz, Carbon
William Smith, carpenter, Toll
Samuel Schell, farmer, Hopewell
Andrew Shore, farmer, Shirley
James Snyder, farmer, Henderson
Richard Silverthorn, farmer, Tell
. • triesAne merchant Warriorm'k
Wible, farmer, Springfield
STOCK OF FINE STATIONERY,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
CAN NOW BE HAD
AT LEWIS', BOOK. STATIONERY AND MUSIC STORE.
GALL at D. P. GI INS if you want
1,.) noon opoTt
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
SIMPSON, ARMITAGE & CO,
EJAYING P URCHASED the en
tire stock of Wm. Colon, we now offer to the public
at reasonable prices our Immense stock of
AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
STATIONERY, POCKET BOOKS, POIITMONAIS, &c.
Also, Latest Styles of
WALL PAPER & WINDOWSRADES,
MAGAZINES, and Daily and Weekly Papers constant.
ly 011 hand.
Orders from abroad promptly attended to.
CALL AT BROAD TOP CORNER.
• FOR FALL AND WINTER,.
HENRY STROUSE A CO.
Respectfully inform the public generally that they
have just received a large and splendid stml: of goods at
their store In MARKLEBDURO, c.usisling in part of
BOOTS & SHOES,
b QUEENS WARE,
<to WOOD and WIL
• OLD MEAT,
CRACK E R S,
SALT, &c., &c.
AIso—BONNETS and TINWARE;
Anti in fact everything usually kept in a first class conn•
try store, which were bought low for cash and will be
sold at correspondingly low prices for cash, or country
produce. and request the public to give us a call before
purchasing elsewhere, feeling satisfied we can offer supe
rior inducements to cash buyers.
We respectfully solicit the patronage of all, and especi
ally our Trough Creek Talley friends.
Everything taken its exchange for goods except promi
/nysCash paid for all kinds of grain, for which the
highest market prices Will be given.
lIENRY STROUSE .k CO.
Altuklesharg, Oct. 24,1885.
NEW STORE, AND NEW GOODS,
CHEAPEST CLOTHING in Town
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW STYLES OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which he offers to the public
AT THE CHEAPEST RATES..
His steel: consi4ts of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, &c.
nis store is at the
OLD BROAD TOP CORNER, HUNTINGDON, PA.,
Whore ho will be pleased to receive and accommodate all
customers, LEOPOLD BLOOM.
Huntingdon, Oct. 10.1005.
Reward the Soldiers!
Another Opportunity is offered the many
Friends of the Soldiers to Reward
those who Faced the Music
of the Enemy.
J. B. SHONTZ & BRO.
RESPECTFULLY bilurin their Immo
eons friends of Marklesburg and atirrounding roolt•
try, that they have received a largo and npleudiu :look of
NEW . GOODS,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
HATS and CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
GENT'MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
- and a large stock of JEWELRY, &e.
Tao pohno, without regard to Politics, religion, sect or
color, will find our Hturo t h e place t, buy just what Choy
want, and at prices to suit the times.
Don't fail to give on a call, as we are &termitic.] to
Marklesburg, Huntingdon co., Nov. 1,'115,
AT LOW PRICES.
IiAS JUST OPENED A FINE STOCK. OF NEW
FALL A.ND WINTER GOODS,
Which ho offers to all who want to be
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
Ilan Stock =Sista of Ready-made Clothing for
MEN AND BOYS,
BCOT3 AND SIMOL•'S, HATS AND CAPS, AC., AC.
Shen Id gentlemen desire any particular kind or cut
clothing not found in the stock on hand, by leaving their
measure they con be accommodated at short notice.
Call at the .east corner of the Diamond, over Long',
'Huntingdon May. 17, 'l5.
10714•Cr•- , 79LIE - tibl*-' 9 4CIE1 11 3 11 -"i_4 1 3mA
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND
M. GREENE has just opened
0 his Mush Store, one door west of W Lewis' Book
Store, where be keeps constantly on hand STEINWAY
SONS' and OA 5111.55 Piano Man ufact tiring Company's
PIANOS, MASON A: HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS and
DAIWA N DII AMR CO.S'MELODEONS; Guitars,
Violins, Fifes, Finites; Guitar and Violin Strings.
MUSIC BOOKS—Golden Chnin,Goblon Shower, Golden
Censer. Golden Trio, Sc., Ac.
SIIEET M USIC.—IIo is constantly receiving from Phil.
adelphia all tho latest music, which persons at a distance
wishing, can order and .have sent them by in nil.
Also (MOVER A BAKER'S Celebrated SNIPING MA
CHINES—Gm only machine that, in addition-to every
kind of sewing, embroiders perfectly • sewing Sills and
Cotton of all kinds and colors for machines.
Persons buying levying Machines fully Instructed in
tho use of them.
.0.3 Pianos and Organs Warranted fur five years.
Those wishing to buy any of the above articles nro in
vited to call and examine mine before purchasing else.
where My prices aro tl;o salon as in New York and
Circulars of iriStrOMOVAS or Machines, note promptly
upon application with Any Additional inform:awn desired.
11. M. Olt EIME,
Hill street, Huntingdon, Pa.,
tel One door west of Lewis' Book Storo
1 iWARBLI YARD. - The undersigned
0:IL would respectfully call the attention of tho citizens
~1 Iluntingdon and tho'adjuining counties to the stock of
beautiful marble now On hand. lie Is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, Monarnental 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, Dour and Wit/deaf Silts 4C e Will be
furnished to order.
W. W. pledges himself to furnish material and work.
tranship equal to any in the country, at a fair price. Call
and see, before you purchase elsewhere. Shop on the
ernes of Montgomery and 111161 . n WEI,. Huntingdon, in.
Huntingdon, May 161855.
FOR THE GREATEST VARIETY
Handsome and Useful Articles,
Gall itLEWIS' Book Store
INK, INK. INK I
To Merchants and Business Men,
11E undersigned having recently
ben appointed ego): for the New York National
t. Company, hereby gives notice to merchants, busi
ness men, nod to consumers of al; classes that ho is pre
pared to supply the market with an article of Ink which
in addition to being the best in use, is emphatically the
cheapest ever offered for 51010 iu this country.
It neither corrodes the pen, nor moulds the Inkstand,
is of n rich bluish tint, flows freely, and to perfectly indel
ible, giving it itaVaDtages Trot possessed by any other Ink . ,
whether of foreign or dotne,tic manufacture. This Ink
contains no sediment and will not .herefore, thicken no
roost ink, do, the last drop being ns thin and clone as the
.07,- All orders whether wholesale or retail, will be
promptly filled, at lower rates than as good an article Can
Lo purchased in the cities or ehowhere. Persons who
entertain doubts as to the superior quality and cheapness
of this I n k are respeetfinly entreatPd to give it a trial
John H. Clark, sub-agent will can.ss the county for the
purpose of introducing this Ink.
SIMON COIN', Agent,.
Coffee nun P. 0., Huntingdon county, Penna.
rf.INCIPAL Br..tucu OF roc
NATIONAL INK COIPANT, or NEAT YORK.
Mr. SIMON COLIN, P. M., brining been appointed sales
man and general agent, is the representative of the above
company for the county of Huntingdon, State of Penna.,
an p e r ,nutrar t, an parties therefore, whether having
dealt with nn previously or otherwise, will please ifvail
themselves of the advantages of dealing directly with the
representative of our house here; they will find it to
their pecuniary interest do so.
0 L. VAN ALLInN, Actuary.
The obovo Ink is for solo at Lewis' and all the principal
stores in the county.
STAR MAGIC LINIMENT.
(1 1 4 IN - 16 REWARD •will be paid
‘.l \J sny medicine that excels this tor the
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Spinal Affec
tions, Contracted Joints, Cholic Pains,
Pains in Side or Back, Toothache,
Headache, Sprains, Sore Throat,
Cuts, Bruises, Burns, and all
Diseases of the Muscles,
Skin and Glands.
Tits is an Internal and External Medicine, composed of
Ito.ds. 11... ifs and Barks such as our forefathers used.—
Tho•re is a bountiful supply on the earth to cure all coiy
plaints, if we only knew whet they were. This has been
stsultject for constant study Soil II the Medical Faculty for
a great many years, to Mid out the kinds best adapted to
the above complaints—how to put them together, and
what portions to use.
This wonderlul remedy needs no recommendation save
the results which invariably follow its application.
gill - This popular remedy is fist coming into use from
the fact that it gives good satisfaction.
PHYSICIANS are Netted to test its efficacy in all
caws of I:bourn:distil, All'.•ctions of the Spinal Column,
and all Diseases of the Skin. Muscles and Wands. It has
been used in thousands of instances under the personal
supervision of the Inventors, and has never disappointed
their expectations. All we ask for It is a trial—experi
mental proof—not the testimony of the men of straw, are
the vouchers see desire to pr. sent to the public.
It would be well for many now lying in beds of torture,
if these facts could reach their nick chambers. It in more
important to them than to the inventors that this should
be tho case. “Truth is mighty and must prevail."
AZ-Keep it in your f.•unily, for sickness comes when
you least expect it.
SAMUEL 11. SHOEMAKER,
SOLE AGENT, 11UNTINGDON, PA
JT h gann, P... July 19, ISCS.
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NEIV. TnIUMNIANT AT STATE rAutst
MOST RAPID EVAPORATOR IN VIE WORLD!
"SORGO lIAND-BOOK," FREE
CANE SEED, by the lb or bushel, FOE SALE AT COST I
Prince & Co's New AUTOMATIC ORGANS. The greet
cot triumph of the age!
New style MELODEONS, with improvements.
Grover & Baker's FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.
Send for Circulars, dx. Free..
A. B. BRUMBAUGH,
James Creek, Huntingdon co., Pn
D. P. CW
INFORMS THE PUBLIC
THAT HE HAS
&PUNDIT, k:TOOK of NEW GOOD
. CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE.
D. P. GWIN,
oct. 17 '65.,
WANTED at S. E. HENRY 6; CO'S
15,000 bushels Wheat,
5,000 " Rye,
5,000 " Oats,
5,000 " Corn,
1,000 " Flaxseed,
1,000 " Cloverseed,
1,000 pounds Wool,
For which the highest cash price will
COUNTRY DEALERS can
pz-7 buy OLOTIIING from mo in Uuntiugdon ut
VIIIITLESALE al ebony as they can in the
itlea, as I have a ‘vholcsale store in
OF ALL KINDS,
THE LARGEST STOCK AND VARIETY
EVER BROUGHT TO HUNTINGDON
- DRESS BUTTONS s: TRIMMINGS,
ifor the latest styles, Bolt Ribbon and Buckles, Ito.
blery, Glover, Ildg;ings, Frilling's, a., at
S. E. HENRY 8 CO.
OVERING'S AND SUNLIGHT
Syrup, Now Orlcane, Porto Rico Molasses, Cotrec,
Toas, &r. at B. E. HENRY CO.
DROWN & BLEACHED MUSLIMS,
_up Ticking, ',Weep, Checks, bleached and brown can
tOn Flanne:a, miner's Plaid, \Vont Flannels Sm. ,te.. nt
S. B.IIENRY co'B.
By tho box, pock, or loco quantity, for solo at
LEWIS' 11001 C .4 ND STA TRINERY STORE
UN BARRELS AND LOCKS.-A
‘_A large assortment at
BROWN'S HARDWARE STORE.
HOOTS and SIIOES. the largest and
chcr.pnst v, , oltincluein to-s;1, nt
D. P. 0111:1'3.
PROCURED FOE INVENTIONS IN TEE UNITED
A personal interview with the inventor in desirable
though nut necessary, as the business can be conducted
by eorre , pondence. Circulars of information free on mp•
pliution. EDWD. BROWN,
Engineer and Patent Agent,
mii7-3m 311 Walnut st., Philadelphia.
JAMES IL ELDREDGE. CEO. P. ELDREDGE.
ELDREDGE & BRO.,
Publishers, Stationers, Booksellers,
:Aro. 17 and 19 South Sixth Street,
(Above Chestnut) PIITLADELPIIIA..
Particular attention pail to the country trade. -
Always on hand a large supply of Letter. Cap, Note
Bill, and Wrapping Paper; Envelopes; School and Mis
cellaneous Books; Pens, Ink, Slates, Mucilage, Photo
graph Albums, Paper Brigs, &c., Se., Ac.
Liberal terms to cash customers. aueS,'Gb—ly
$1,50 0 PER YEAR.—We want
Agents everywhere to sell our IMPRO
VED S7O dewing Machines. Three new kinds. Under and
upper feed. Warranted live years. Above salary or largo
Commissions paid. The ONLY two:lams sold in the United Plates for less than SIO. which aro fully licensed By Howe,
Wheeler & 'Filson, Griiver it Baker, Singer sd Co., and
Backelder. All other cheap machines are kfringernents
and the seller or user arc liable to arrest, fine and impris
onment. Circulars free. Address, cr call upon Show it:
Claris, Biddeford, Maine. de3o—ly
TO SELL TIIE GREAT AMERICAN •
The cheapest and most wonderful puzzle of the egol
Agents can easily nuke from $lO to $2O a day.
I wilt give any one agent $lOO if he can sena thousand
Irl_Send 10 cents fur sample puzzle.
feb2S—lt 259 Market street, Philmfelphia.
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
11 7 ". E. Corner Second and Walnut sfs.,
Just in receipt of n fine selected stock of cheap and fitncy
Fishing Tackle, of all descriptions.
suitable for the rivers and brooks of tide State, to which
wu invite the attention of all storekeepers, nahl4
(Sixteen Yeare Bair Trial 4)
A. PEYSSON, PHILADELPHIA.
IOUDRETTE, s2'o por ton, taken
from the factory loose, or 50 cents per bushel, and
$2O per ton In bags, delivered at steamboat and railroad
depots, in Philadelphia.
Illanullictory—Gray's Ferry road above the arsenal,
Popot—Peysson's farm, Gloucester, N. Jereoy,
Woodbury road, Office—Library street, No. 420, back of
the new post office, Phibul'a. Dealers,—
FRENCH, ItICIIARDS & CO..
fe2l43in 415 and Callowhill streets, Philad'a.
1860. PHILADELPHIA 1866.
HOWELL & BOURKE,
Paper Hangings & Window Shades,
Corner FOURTH & MARKET Fits.,
N. D.—Always in store, a large stock of
LINEN & OIL SHADES.
D 'EPINEUIL Sz . ,- EVANS,
Civil Engineers and Patent Solicitors,
No. 435 Walnut St., Philada
Patents solicited Consultations on Engineering.
Draughting and Sketches, Models nod Machinery of all
kinds anode and skillfully attended to. Special attention
given to It EJECT ND OASES and INTER FERENCES.—
Anthentic copies of all Documents from Patent Office
N. 11.—Save yourselves useless trouble and traveling
expenses, as there is no actual need fur personal inter
view with no. All business ,with these Offlces, can be
transacted In writing. For further information direct as
above with stamp enclosed, for Circular with references.
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGANS,
Are uot only unexcelled, but they.are absolutely lute
quailed by any other Reed Instrument in the country.—
Designed expressly for Churches and schools, they nre
found to ho equally well adapted to the parlor and draw
Fur sale only by E. M. BRUCE.
No.lB North SEVENTH street Philadelphia.
ire Also, BRADBURY'S PIANOS, awl a completo as
sortment of the PERFEC'P MELODEON.
SI P o
ESTABLISHED IN 1840.
Incorporated by the Legislature of the
State cf Pennsylvania.
Located on the AT TV. Corner of 7th ana
(701) Chestnut sts. (701)
Designed exclusively to inspect a thorovigh and
PRACTICAL BUSINESS EDUCATION.
All classes of pzrsona require such an education. Those
possessing means, need it in conducting their won business
Those without's:leans need it in obtaining nod creditably
filling lucrative positions in the eutploy of others.
'the course of instruction and practice is arranged so as
to fully meet the diver.ified wants of every department of
• DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN TRADE,
OS comprehended or embraced sunder the three general di
visions of industry: Agriculture, Manufacture and Cons
Each Stildelit i.e instructed individually in both theory
and practioe of Book Keeping, according to the most ap•
proved and labor saving methods, Business Penmanship,
Calculations. and all the collateral branches of a complete
course of business education; and upon passing a satisfac•
tory examination is awarded, by authority of lawj a diplo
ma, under the corporate a al of the college.
Students era received at any thee. And it is believed
that a puemical experience of Over TWENTY yeasts trill he
considered by the public an ample guarantee of the prac
tical character of the course mud efficiency of the instruc
All further in hula:diets desired can be obtained at the
college, or by addressing the Principal for a.circular by
tar.' liberal discount is allowed to wounded and hon
orably di- cherged soldiers. The college is open slay and
T 11. POLLOCK, Att'v-nbLaw,
jy12,1505 - • Principal.
NEW SKIRT FOR 1866.
The great invention of the age in
J. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent Duplex
or double, ELLIPTIC SPRING SKIRT.
This invention consists of Duplex (or two) Ellliptic pure
refined steel springs, ingeniously braided tightly and firm
ly together, edge to edge, making the toughest, most flex
ible, ulastb nod durable spring ever used. They seldom
bend or break, like the single springs, and consequently
preserve their perfect and beautiful Blume more than twice
no long ns any single spring skirt that ever has or can Un
The wonderful flexibility and great comfortand pleasure
to any lady wearing the Duplex. Elliptic Skirt will ho ex
perienced particularly in all crowded aesembli,, operas.
carriages, railroad cars, church pews, arm chairs, for pro
menadoltild house dress, as the skirt can be folded when
in use to occupy a small space as easily and conveniently
as a silk or muslin dress.
S. E. HENRY CO
A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, comfort and great
convenience of wearing the duplex elliptic steel spring
skirt fora single day will never afterwards willingly Ens.
penso with their USc. For children, misses and young
ladies they are superior to all others.
be hoops are covered witlid ply double twisted thread
and will wear twice as long as the single yarn covering,
which is used on all single steel hoop skirts. The three
bottom rods on every shirt are also double steel, and
twice or double covered to prevent the covering front
wearing MI the rods when dragging down stairs, steno
steps, which they nra consta n tly subject when in use.
All ore made of the new and elegant corded tapes, and
are the best quality In every part, giving to the wearer
the most graceful and perfect shape possible, and are
questionably the lightest, melt desirable, comfortable,
and economical skirt ever made.
IYeets' Bradley S Cary, proprietors of (ho invention, and
solo manufacturers, 97 Chambers, and 79 and 81 Ituado
streets, New York.
For sato Inuit Ilmt-clam gores In this city, and through.
out the .Uuited (tales, Canada, llavana do Cuba, Mexico,
South America, mai tin West Indies.
for the Duple:, (or doublc)Elliptic Spring
STATES AND EUROPE,
NEW GOODS FOR SPRING SALES
84 L4No t,
Fourth & Areh Sts.
ARE OPENING FOR
Fashionable New Silks,
Novelties in Dress Goods,
New Styles Spring Shawls,
Fine Stock of New Goods,
New Traveling Dress Goods,
Splendid Black Silks, &C.
L. & L. have their usual nssortmeitt of staple goods.—
Also, Clothes, Cassimeres, Vertings. &c., &C.
P. 5. Our prices are now arranged to meet the stews of
628 HOOP SKIRTS. 628
HOPKIN'S "OWN MAKE:"
OIANUFACLURED AND SOLD IVIIOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. G2g .ARCII ST., PHILADELPHIA
The most complete assortment of Ladies', Misses' and
Claildren's Sinop Skirts, in this city; gotten up expressly
to meet the WBlllO of first class trade; embracing the
newest and most desirable styles and sizes of "Core Trails"
of every length—from 5% to 4 yards round-20 to 50
springs, at 2to $5. Plain Skirts, all lengths, from 2 1 4 to
3 yards round the bottom, at $1 40 to $3 16.
Our Has of Misses' and Children's Skirts are r• verbi
ally beyond all competition for variety of styles and sizes,
as well as for finish and durability; varying from S to 33
inches in length. 6 to 45 sittings at 35 cents to 54 25. 411
Skirts of "OUR OWN MANE," are warranted to tiro sat
isfaction ; but buy none as such unless they have
kin's Hoop Slii,t Manufactory, No. 525 Arch street,"
stamped on each' ab!
Also, constantly on hand, gond skirts, manufactured in
New York and tho eastern States, which wetsoll at very
low prices. A lot of cheap skirts-15 springs, 85 cents;
20 springs, $1 ; 33 springs, 01 10; 30 springs, $l. 23 and 40
spring! $ . l 50.
fide made to order and repaired.
iiim,..rerine Cash. One price only.
For Planting and Table Use.
We invite the attention of Farmers, Deal , rs and others
to our stock of POTATOES, consisting of all the standard
Pena Blows, Monitors,
Puck Eyes, CUSCO,
Prince Alberts, Enrly White Sprouts,
Garnet Chili, Early Dykuman, 8c„
from various sections of the country—all of which we will
sell in lots to suit purchasers, at lowest wholesale market
WOODRUFF & BRO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
:A r o . 4, Arch St., and 54 North Wharves,
A GENTS WANTED to take orders
_CI. for the best selling Book now published,
Thrilling Stories of the great rebellion
Comprising heroic ndoen tares and hairbreadth escapes of
soldiers, scouts, spies and refugees; daring exploits of
smugglers, guerrillas, desperadoes and others; Tales of
loyal and disloyal women; stories of the negro, J.T.,
with incidents if fun and merriment in camp and field:—
By Lieutenant Colonel Charles S. Greene, late of the Gni.
tad States army. liandsoniely illustrated with engras ,
logs on steel and in oil colors.
Seud for circuiting and see the liberal terms offered.
CIIAS. S. Nit NENE &•C(l., rublishers,
No. 134 San Third St.,
c-p i; HENRY HARPER,
520 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA. k"
FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
SOLID SILVER WARE,
nna superior SILVER PLATED WARE at reduced prim.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,
The Whitest, the most durable and the most economies
Try it Manuthetured only by
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Dray, Paint & Gloss Dealers,
No. 137 North Third st., Philada.
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VANIA R IL ROA
OF LEAVING 0 FTRAINS
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P. M. I P. M. I P. M. j A. M. . P. 31.1 A. 3r.1 A. 31
525 11 551 N.Hamilton, 5 251
5 33 112 05 Mt. Union,... 5 18 9 55
542 ..... 12 18 Mapleton 5 OD
5 82 12 29 Mill Creek,— 5 00. 9 37
609 2 12 12 40 6 24 Huntingdon, 4 49; 924 434
6 25 1 08 ...... Petersburg,... 4 331 0 08
6 33 11 201 Barree 4 251 i
641 132 6 551SprineCreel., 4178 56
659 1 53 Birmingbain, 4 00
7 10 9 01 2 05 7 20,Tyrono, 3 50 8 33
7 25 2 20 'Tipton 3 40
7 31 2 24 Fostoria. 3 35
7 36 2 3.5. Bell's Mille,.. 3 30 8 12
7 55 3 30 3 001 7 50 Altoona,. 3 15 '7 55 3 15
P. 31.1 P. P. st.l A...
The PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS Eastward, leaves
Altoona at 9 25 P. 31., and arrives at Huntingdon at
10 56 P. M.
The FAST LINE Eastward leaves 'Mona at 315
A. 51., and arrive, atJluntingdon at 4 M.
.. ~ .. .. .....__
The , PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS
Huntingdon at 7 2.1 A. 31., and at
FAST LINE Westward, leave
M.. and arrives at Altoona at 9
eh 11, LSO.
READING RAIL ROAD,
NOVEMBER 27, 165.
fiREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
k.ji North nod North-West for RIIILADELPIDA, NED ,
YoDE, READING, roBTSVILLE, LEBANON, ALLENTOWN, BANDON,
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as follows t At
3 00, 7,253tml 9 05 A. M., and 145 and 9,00 P. 31., arriving
at New York 5,40 and 10 00 A, M., nod 340 and 10 35 P. M.
The above connect with similar Trains on tho Pennsyl
vania Railroad, and sleeping ears accompany.tho 3 00 and
9 05 a. in. trains. without change.
Leavo for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Millersville,
Ashland, l'ino Grovo. Allentown and Philadelphia at 7 25
A. 31., and 145 and 9 I'. 51., stopping at Lobancn and all
way a tat ions; the 91' 31 train making no close connection
for Pottsville nor Philadelphia. For Pottsville, Schuyl
kill Maven and Anturn, via S.chnylkill and Susquehanna
Railroad, leave Harrisburg, at 4 P M.
Returning. leave Nnw-taxit at 9 A. N., 12 Noon, and 8
P. M. Pl.ilatlelphia at BA. Al-, and 330 P. Id ; Pottsville
at 8 40 A. 31., and 2 55 I'. 314 Ashland G 00 and 11,45 a In,
Tamaqua nt 7.33 A. Sr., and 1 40 I'. N.
I.rava Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Railroad at 0,45 n to.
An Acconnnotlation Passenger Train leaves READING nt
6.30 A. M., n 1 3 ,1 mt urns front PIIII44DELPMA at 4,30 P. M.
Colombia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 610 a tn.,
and 6 15 P. M., for Rphrata, Lancaster, Columbia, Ac.
On Sundays, leave New York at S P. Si., Philadelphia,
15 P. M., Pottsville 8 00 A. 31., Tamaqua 8 A. 31.,
rLbarg •9 05 A. - 31., and Reading at 100 a. m., for Har
risburg,. and 10,52. a in., for New York.
COMMUTATION, Mil.eAnc, SEAtioN, SCITOOI., and EXCURSION
TießuM at roduced rates to and front all points.
Baggage checked through: SO pounds Baggage allowed
G. A. NICOLLB,
Reading, Nov. 'l, 15C5
TIIUNTINUDON & BROAD TOP
On and after Monday.Nover.bor 13, 1865, Passenger
Trains will arrive and depart as follows
• SOUTIIWARD TRAINS. NORTIIWARD TRAMS.
Vibillunlingilon, AR Yi 19'
.8 30151cConnellstown , 11 19
8 3Sllileasan t Grove 11 11
8 54151arklesburg, ' 10 55
9 10 Coffee Run, 10 39
0 IS Rough& Ready , 10 31
9 I'o Cove, 10, 19
934 Fislicee Summit I 10 15
An 5 55r E R , C ,' giSsxton, LE 10 00
10 2011telilleslairg l
I 10 2811lopewell, .
10 46 Piper's Run,
11 18 Hamilton ,
11 31 Bloody Run
41411 35 Mount Dallas I '
LE 416 i
SLIOUP'S It UN BRAN
ILE 10 051Saxtnn,
10 21, cr.w cord,
slt 10 :11 Dudley,
I Inroad Top I
Huntingdon Nor, 13, ISO. OLIVER
W ITA T EVERYBODY WANTS
COUNSELLOR IN BUSINESS
OP TUL PRILADiLFRIA BAB
It Tells Ton How to dross np PARTNER/31UP PAPERS and
gives general forms for AOREMESNTS of all
kinds, Dula of SALE, LEASES and Erralorfd.
It Tells Ten How to draw up Emma and IfORTOAGE3, AF
FIDAVITS, Pawns Of ATTORNEY, NOTES and
BILLS of EECTIANOR, Hameln and RELEASES. -
It Tells You The laws for the CoLLEcrlori of DEBTS, with
the STATUTES of LIMITATION, and amount
and kind of property EXEMPT from EXECS-
TioN in every State.
It Tells Tea Slow to make an itesroanterr properly, with
forms for COMPOSITION with CREDITORS, and
the INSOLVENT LAWS of every State.
It Ter 1 - 014 Tho legal relations existing between 1117 AIL.
DIAN and Wenn, Eletraa and APPLULITNE7
and LAMDLoRD and TENANT.
It Tells Tea What constitutes LIBEL and &Annan, and
the Law as to blesinzeoz Dowaa, the 'MEE'S
Mawr sx PRopEUTT, DIVORCE and ALIMONY.
It Tells You Tho Law for liftmen - Ica' LIENS in ovary State,
and the NATURALIZATION LAWS of this corn
try, and how to comply with tile same,
It Tells Thu The law concerning PasonesS and how to ob..
loin one, and the FEE-Estenos Lows to
It Tells Thu TIIO Law for PATENTS, wills mode of prone
du re in obtaining one, with INTERFERENCES,
ASSIGNMENTS mid TABLE en Fara.
11 Tells loss How to make your WILL, and how to ADM:S
ISTER 00 AN ESTATE, with the law and the
requirements thereof in every State.
It Tells Teu. The meaning of Lew TERMS in general use
and explains to you the LEGISLATIVE, 800
CUTIVE and JUDICIAL Powers of both tit
General and State Govarromars. -
It Tees rens HOW 20 KEEP OUT OP LAW, by ehowiughow t
do your business legally, thus °Arius.
vast amount of property, - and vexatious.
litigation, by its timely consultation.
mod - Everybody's Lawyer is for sale at Low& Book St. o
FIitLANKS I BLANKS BLANKS!
ijATAIthE'S SALES, ATTACIPT EXECUTIONS,
ATTACHMENTS, - EXECUTIONS,
sciaooL'ORDERS; JUDGMENT NOTES,
LEASES FOR HOUSES, NATURALIZATION B'ES,
COMMON BONDS, JUDGMENT BONDS,
WARRANTS, SEE BILLS,
NOTES, with a waiver of the $BOO Law.
JUDGMENT NOTES, with a waiver of the $390 Law.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENff, with Teachers.
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, for Justices of the Pelee
and 'Ministers of tho Gospel.
COMPLAINT, WARRANT, and COMMITMENT, in case
of Assault and Battery, and Affray.
'MERE FACIAS, to recover amount of Judgment.
COLLECTORS' RECEIPTS, for State, County, Scheel,
Borough and Township Titres.
Printed on superior paper, and for sale at the Office of
tho HUNTINGDON GLOBE.
BLANKS, of every description, printed to .-der, neatly
at short notice, and on good Paper.
SEGAR CASES, &c., &e.,
A. handsome assortment just received
At LEWIS' Book Store.
PAVER ! PAPER ! ! PAPER I!!
Tracing Papor, •
Silk Paper for Timms,
lat Cap Paper,
Commercial Nero Paper,
Ladies' Gilt Edged Lotter and Note Paper,.
Ladles' Plain and Fancy Note Paper,
White and Colored Card Paper, in Prieto and Sheets,.
For sale at LEWIS' Book, Stationery and Music Store.
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
A LARGE STOCK
Window Curtain Papers,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
~~ _ ;~ _
A fine and large assortment always on
AT LEWIS' BOOK S.TORE.
THE GREAT MEDICINE !
APERtyre's INDIAN COMPOUND.
A NEW SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED
AT LEIVIS" BOOK STORE.
PRICE PEP. BOTTLE, 50 CTS., and $1,00•
ALL TILE DISTOGLISILED ornma AND CIT/LLIINIS
AT LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
yard, lea es
t Altoona at
OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES,
GILT GOLD SHADES,
TAPE, CORD AND TASSALS,
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE
ROOKS AND STATIONERY.—
A good assortment of miscellaneous and &hoot,
coke—Foolscap, Letter, Commercial and Note Paper—
Plain and Fancy Envelopes—Red, Blne and Black lake—.
Blank Books of numerous slacs—Pens, Pencils, Pocket awl,
Desk Inkstands and every other article usually }band ha
a Book and Stationery Store, can be bad at fair prices aA
LEWIS' BOON, STATIONERY & MUSIUSTOBIL,
A complete Pocket Ready Reckoner, in dollars
ant cents, to which are added forms of Notes, Bills, Ree
eelpte Petitions, A '
c. together with a sot of useful tables
containing rate of interest from ono dollar to twelve thous,,
and, by the single d.iy, with a table of wages, and board,
by the week and day. For eats at
LEWIS' BOOR STORE.
Just rooked and for solo at
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
Bertinfe enlarged and improved instructors—Wetland's
Now and Improved Method for the Gulf ar—Lelaud's Arbor
deon, Violin and Flute Instructors—Winner's and Howe's
Violin Instructors—Bellah's Melodeon Instructor—Bur
rowel' Piano-Forte Primor—do. Thbrough;Base Primer—
'UMW!) Drawing Room Dances —The Chorus Oleo Book—
Trim'e Harp, fcr sale at
LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORK.
QCHOOL - BOOKS,
ki Generally in use in the Schools of the County, not on,
hand, will be furnished to order,
on application at •
LEWIS' BOOK, AND BTATIONERY STORNI
LE 4 Oa
AR 3 55
roRTHE LADIES. '
A suporior article of Note Paper and Envelopes,
fontablo for confidential correspondence, for sole at
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