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Hints on Making Coffee,
Few people ever. drink a cup of real
coffee, no matter what price they pay
per pound, or what care they take in
roasting it. It is the final process—
brewing it, so to speak—on which all
depends; s this of course, assuming that
other essentials as to quality and pro.
vious preparation have been attended
to. In an article by Baron Liebig,
published in the Scientific American ;
many hints aro given which, if follow
ed, will prove exceedingly valuable.
It is not necessary to expatiate on the
virtues of Coffee, they are too well
known, but a few hints in addition to
the article mentioned aro here given.
The common way of making coffee is
to grind a portion in a mill, throw it
in a tin pot and allow it to boil until
wanted. Where so made it is wasted,
and the volatile evaporated. The fluid
which remains is devoid of any tonic
or aromatic flavor, and is nothing but a
bitter decoction, compared with true
coffee. French coffee is not good, be
cause it is so greatly adulterated with
chicory, but the method of making it
is, and should be practiced to a great
er extent, since it involves no more
trouble than the old plan. A French
coffee pot consists of two tin 'vessels,
one.on top of the other. In the top
one is a strainer, and a tin plate pier—
ced with holes. The coffee, ground
almost as fine as gunpowder, is poured
into the strainer, and the plate with
the holes put over it. Boiling water
is then poured in and filters through
into the bottom vessel or pot. The pot
should be kept on the range or stove,
a few moments, until scalding hot, and
the fluid which was filtered through
poured' in at the top again, which will
extract all the flavor of the berry, and
make a cup of coffee far superior to
Liebig says, however, that a portion
of the coffee should be left out, thrown
into the bottom of the vessel, and there
permitted to steep, like tea. This, he
says, gives the flavor, while the infil
trated portion gives the strength. The
editor has tried this experiment with
great successand found it a vast im
provement over the method of simply
pouring water on the top; it is, more
over,economical, because the' ground
is exhausted more completelyt ban by
simple immersion in hot water. After
standing a few moments, it is as clear
as spring water and as
as claret. The coffee sold burnt (but,
not ground), in stores, is as cheap to
consume as green coffee. The latter
costs less, pound for pound, but the
waste which takes place has to be
borne; besides, the imperfect manner,
to say nothing of the.waste of time in
doing it, amounts to more than the
difference in price of the two kinds.
To have really good coffee, that
strengthens and stimulates, the bever
ago must be strong, strong in distinc
tion to weak; not dense enough to bear
an egg. Persons of weak digestion
find that weak coffee creates flatulence
and is a burden grievous to be borne,
while the reverse is the case with
strong coffee. A tea cup full of ground
coffee will make from five to six cups
as strong as it should be. Of course
there are stomachs which can bear tur
pentine, but they are happily in the
minority. Coffee should never be
brought in contact with iron. Tinned
coffee pots that have been used for
some time are apt to get worn on the
surface, so that tho iron the tin plate
is made of comes through. When this
occurs the coffee will be bitter and
black, for it attacks iron, forming an
acid very quickly. This any one can
see by putting a few drops on a case
knife. Above all, to have good coffoo,
tho pot must be scrupulously clean. It
should be scalded every morning be.
fore using and once a week a piece of
soda as large as a walnut should be
put in the pot and boiled thoroughly.
The result will surprise many who
thought, their vessels clean.
Tun fruit crop in Northern Ohio has
been damaged by severe weather,
though not so much as apprehended.
In East Tennessee the wheat promises
badly,and farmers are plowing up their
fields to sow oats. The maple sugar
season in Maine is late, but the run of
sap is free. In Texas the crop of win•
tor wheat is well advanced. Southern
papers aro urging planters to plant
grain, and not to give up all their land
to cotton, under the incitement of high
prices. A planter of South Carolina
writes that the crop of rice on Cooper
river will not exceed eight hundred
tierces this year. Before the emanci
pation the annual product of Cooper
river was about twenty thousand
A letter dated at Rolling Prairie,
Indiana, says : The extreme cold
weather and crust on the snow in the
fore part of the winter made sad havoc
with the wheat crop on the prairies,
but in timber lands it is not so badly
hurt. But all has suffered more or
less. The prospect at present stands
about thus: Prairie wheat, from one
third to one half o. crop; timber lands
from one half to two thirds of a crop.
Almost the entire potato crop of last
fa* that was buried is frozen.
BREEDING Fom,s.—Talking about
breeding fowls, a writer in Wilkes'
Spirit says :
I am a great advocate for choosing
young birds for this purpose, and rec
ommend that early pullets be selected
every year for stock the following sea
son, and put with two year old cocks
for instance. - Pullets hatched in May
attain their growth and become per..
feetin shape, size and health before
the chills of winter. They should be
put with cocks of two years old when
they will lay on the first appearance
of mild weather, and their produce has
the same advantage as these have had
beforo them. Ido not advocate hav
ing young stock fowls so much on ac
count of their laying early, as I do for
the superiority of their breeding.
Neither is it desirable to breed from
fowls of all the same ago. Where it
can be done, it is bettor to put
two year old cock with pullets, and
vice versa. It is well to introduce fresh
cocks of pure breed into the yard every
second year; this prevents degeneracy,
and for the same reasons no cock
should be kept more than three sea
sons, nor a hen more than four, if it is
intended to keep them in the highest
possible perfection and efficiency.
D. P. OVVIN
INFORMS THE PUBLIC
. THAT HE HAS
SPLENDID STOCK of NEW GOODS
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE.
D. P. GVTIN,
CHEAP GROCERY STORE.
- `1113:1141"I'M ,
HILL ST ., HUNTINGDON, PA.
Tun undersigned offers for the M-
A spectlon and purchase of customers alarge and as.
sorted stock of Groceries, ProvisiJus, .Szc. He feels Salta.
fled they can be oecomodated with anything in his lino.
Ills prices aro low, and his stook fresh and good. Ito
keeps the best of
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
TOBACCO & SEGABS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, &e:
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES,
MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR,
FISH, CHEESE, FLOUR RICE,
And NOTIONS 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.
.S Ilia store is on Ifill street, nearly opposite the
Dunk, and in the room formerly occupied by D. Grove.
Call and examine. Z. YEN:et:N.
Huntingdon, p. 10,11613
NEW STORE, AND NEW GOODS,
CHEAPEST CLOTHING in Town
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW STYLES OP
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Which ho offers to the public
AT THE CHEAPEST RATES.
His stock consists of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SIIOES, &c. &e.
Ifis store is at the
OLD BROAD TOP CORNER, HUNTINODON, PA.,
Where he will be pleased to receive and accommodate all
customers, LEOPOLD BLOOM.
Huntingdon, op. 10,1866.
tv, , r`
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
SIMPSON, ARMITAGE & CO.
hEAVING PURCHASED the exi
tlL tire stock of Wm. Colon, wo now offer to the public
at reasonable prices our Bowman stock of
AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
STATIONERY, POCKET BOOKS, PORTMONAIS, Sc.
Also, Latest Styles of
WALL PAPER & WINDOVirSECADES,
MAGAZINES, and Daily and Weekly Papers constant
ly on band,
to-Orders from abroad promptly attended to.
' CALL AT BROAD TOP CORNER.
NEW FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
LONG would ro§pootfully
W call the attention of the citizens of hunting
don and vicinity to the fact that he has Just opened n FA
nILY 0110CEHY STORE at the old stand of Christopher
Long, Where lie will keep constantly on hand a full and
Well assorted stock of ,
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIES,
such no Lovering,'s Syrup, N. Orleans and Porto Rico Mo
lasses, Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Spices, Salt, Dams, Sides,
Shoulders, Dried Beef, Flour, Fish, Cheese, Rice, Pickles,
and Prorisious of all kinds.
CEDAR AND WILLOW-WARE,
comprising, in part, Baskets, Buckets, Tubs, Washboards
Corn Brooms, Brushes, Rugs, Mats, Floor Oil Cloths, Bags
Trunks, &c. to.
CANDIES and NUTS of all kinds, wholesale and retail.
TOYS, TOBACCO, SEO AIRS, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Sc
110 respectfully invites a sail and examination of his
stock, satisfied that his goods and prices will compare
favorably with those of any other In the place
Iluhtingdon, March 7, 1865.
HIGH PRICES SURRENDER ! !
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
I JOHN H. WESTBROOK
Respectfully Informs the citizens of ItuntinAdon and
vicinity that be 'teapot received from the city a Hsu' and
splendid steed: of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, &c., &c., &c., &c.
all of which ho Is prepared to sell at reduced prices.
A lot of choice CONFECTIONERIES have also been re
Don't forget the old eland in the Diamond. Old enact.
mere and the public generally aro invited to call.
• Huntingdon, april2, 1803.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Informs the public that ho has just
opened at his old stand in the Diamond,
A Fine Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
All of 'which he will Bell at fair prices. Quick sates and
small profits. Call and examine my stock.
Illaunfaeturing and Repairing done to order as usual.
Iluntingdon,April 10, Md.
A find and largo assortment always on
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
THE GREAT MEDICINE 1
M'Entyre's INDIAN COMPOUND,
A NEW SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 50 CTS., and $l,OO
• SMALL PORTRAITS
ALL THE D18112100.911ED OVFIGERB AND CUILIANR,
AT LEWIS' BOON AND STATIONERY STORE.
QLD BRASS AND COPPER taken
in exchange for goods nt the If ardwore Stern.
pt. 3, 1862. Jp. A. BROWN
BARRELS AND LOCKS.—A
x_A large asaortnienLat
BROWN'S lIARDWAItE nom:.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
AND TOR SALE BY
JAS. A. BROW PS,
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR sTnox
Huntingdon, April 10,
BROUGHER'S PATENT EXCELSIOR
BROOM HEAD OR WRAPPER.
PATENTED DECEMBER 186 U
Everybody his own Broom Maker
This bevl or
Wrapper to con
greeted of Tin or
Zinc. with sliding
bond and bolts,
with the cootie
both passing thro'
ing it Occur,
TLe nrticle to
which we call
your attention Si
nod etr on g,
weig L i o g hot
long needed an
article of this
the high price ef %/ If
with the simplic
ity, durability, 11731! prltetiCal
/MACS it more saleable than any other art iele over intro
oiler borough, township, and family rights for
halo on reasoniiblo terms; In Hip county of Huntingdon.
For further particulars, call and sea till] subscribers, or
address THOS. (1. STIIICKIACIt SON,
feb7,1566 Huntingdon, l'a.
TE undersigned has just received
and is now ready to.supply tho public with
ALL KINDS OF LIIIVIBER,
COMPRISING ALL THE DIFFERENT GRADES,
From cullimge up to the clear Etta,
From 9 months to 2 years dry!
JOINT AND LAP SHINGLES,
BUILDING STUFF AND PLANK•
WORKED FLOORING, WEITHER-DOMIDING,
DOORS, WINDOW FRAMES, SASHES, &c
at reasonable prices
Now is tho Limo to buy. bolero time Spring rush, as
Lumber is already advancing, and dry lumber is a scarce
an icie,- eIIAS. 11. ANDERSON.
Iluntingdon, Feb. 27, WS
New Styles for '6O already on hand
THE LARGEST and.
T 0 CK OF NEW STYLES OF
Ever received in Hunting,den,
a\ - row OPEN
And for sale at LEWIS' Book Store
OUR STOCK CONSISTS OF
GILTS, SATINS, BLANKS, BROWNS
of various styles, for
Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms, Offices,
Bed Rooms, Kitchens, Bar Rooms, &c.
Paper is on the rise—save 20 por cent
by buying soon
It will pay all to buy now for Spring use
rl l O THE LADIES.—Do yea really
intend to cease wearing the beautiful styles now
so prevalent, or dress less elegantly, because the rebel
Jeff. Davis, wal cajun:A in Fuillionable Female attire?
One moment's calm rvtl ect ion will surely servo to change
your rash resolve. The angels had too much good sense
to lay aside their pore chaste robes of white, because
they had fora time served to hie the Ileform Wen of that
Prince of Rebels, the Devil. Can you err in following the
exampleof Angels? That having made up your minds
that you will continue to dress tastefully regardless of
rebelacts, do not forget to call at the store of the subscri
bers, who will be harpy at all times to furnish you with
such articles of dress ens you may desire. Urge your (Mb,
era, husbands, brothers, neighbors anli children to visit
the same store. They can hero be suited in good articles
of Boots, Shoes, Clothing Material, Hats, Caps, Queens.
wore and a general alsortinent of Groceries, on as rea
sonable terms flint any House in town. Store on South
east corner of the Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa.
may 31, 1865. FRANCIS B. WALLACE.
New Furniture Establishment.
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in Furniture,
Respectfully invites the attention of the Public to his
stand on Hill at., Huntingdon, in the rear of George 1Y
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry store, where lie manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a call.
Repairing 01.511 kinds attended to promptly and charges
41P. Also, Undertaking carried on, and Coffins made in
any etylo desired, at short notice.
.tiPunerale attended at any place in town or coon
.by J. IL WISE.
Unntingdon, Sept. 24, 1862—tf
MEI In 'fb7;s7 - ....a22:7 1 r
A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH LIKENESS,
DONNELL & KLINE'S
On Hill Street, two doors west of
_Lewis' Book Store.
CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS.
nuntingdon, Oct 4, '65-tf.
KIW7.-k; q4G -1
BLANKS ! BLANKS ! BLANKS
CONSTABLE'S SALES, ATTACII"P EXECUTIONS,
SUMMONS, DEEDS, • .
SCHOOL ORDERS. JUDGMENT NOTES.
LEASES FOR 110 USES, NATURALIZATION DES.,
COMMON BONDS, JUDGMENT BONDS,
WARRANTS, IRE BILLS,
NOTES, with a waiver of the 5:3,10 Law.
JUDGMENT NOTES with a waiver of thu i3OO Law.
ARTICLES OF AC [MEM USE. with Teachers.
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, for Juatices of the Peace
and Ministers of thu Gospel.
COMPLAINT, WARRANT, and COMMITMENT, in case
of Assault, and Battery, :ma Affray.
ERE FACIAS. to recover amount of Judgment.
COLLECTORS' nEclurrs, fur Stale, County, School,
Borough and Township Taxes.
Printed on superior Paper. and for talc at the (Mee of
the HUNTINGDON 0.1.01 HG.
BLAMES, of every description, printed to order, nuatly
at short notice, and on good Paper.
wA„. Justices' and Constables' Fee
Bills for sale at Lewis' Book Store.
M. GREENE has just opened
a Ills Music Store, ono door west of W Lewis' Book
Store, where he keeps constantly on hand STEINWAY
SONS' and GARGLE'S Piano Manufacturing Company's
PIANOS, MASON A: lIAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS and
CARIIART, NEEDHAM A CO.S' MELODBONS; Guitars,
Violins, Fifes, FtuteA Guitar and Violin Strings.
MUSIC BOONS—Golden Chain, Golden Shower, Golden
Censer. Golden Trio, Ac., Ac.
SULU MUSIC.—Its is constantly receiving from Phil.
ndelphia all the latest music, which persons at a distance ,
wishing. can order, nod Lore sent them by m nil.
Also GROVER A BAKER'S Celebrated SEWING MA
CIIEVES—thh only machine that, in addition to every
kind of sowing, embroiders perfectly ' • sowing Silk anti
Cotton of all kinds and colors for inaeliints,
Persons baying .Sewing Machines fully instructed In
tho use of them.
4W Pianos and Organs Warranted for five years.
Those wishing to buy any of the above articles are in
vited to call and examine mina boforo purchasing else.
where My prices nro tho same as lu Now York and
Circulars of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly ,
upon application with any additional information desired.
B. Si. OBBENE,
bill street, Huntingdon '
se27 Second floor of Brown's frirda aro building
`1 1 131..e. alciL M"'csia.xxelx•y•
STILL IN BLAST,
THE babseribers, thankful for the
.I._ liberal share of patronage they have heretofore re
eel veil by strict attention to business,
hope to merit and still receive the same,
tale this method to inform their friends
and everybody else, that they are prepared
.V., ll Mai to nuke all kinds of IRON and ItItASS
CA:aI:WS made in a first clam, Foundry.
We have always on hand ell hinds of Plough and Stove
Castings. also wash Kettles, cellar- window Orates, coal
hole castings for pavements, window weights of all sizes
and freights, pipe joints. slot and sleigh soles, wagon
hoses, machine castings for Strain rind venter, grist, saw,
sumac and plaster mills of all descriptions.
We aro prepared to farntsh Heaters and Iron Fences of
Um ono t improved style, oven doors and frames, door sills
and in fact everything made in this line.
We have a very large stock of patterns and can furnish
castings at short notice, and cheaper than they can be had
In the county. good drill tVe aro prepared to
do drilling And fitting rip of all kinds.
.ITh-llighest market price paid for old metal, brass,
zinc, lead, dc. .5. M. CUNNINGHAM & SON.
Office on Railroad et rect,one door west of the Exchange
Hotel, Huntingdon, Pa. dcc27,05
WEST HUNTINGDON FOUNDRY,
Near Fishers' Mill, Huntingdon, Pa.
THE undersigned would take this
i.method to inform the public that his
New Fonniry is now In blast, and he is
prepared to re sire and fill orders for all'
kinds of CASTINGS, PLOWS, THRESH.'
ENG MACHINES, Sc., Sc. zutimewollm
Being a practical mechanic at the business, of twenty.
three years experience, and having a desire to please, ho
hopes to merit and receive ashen, of public patronage.
Sled end eleigh Soles, and other castings, kept on band.
II:9_01d metal, brass and Copper taken in exchange for
work. JAMES sulrseN.
linntingdon. December 13,1865-6 m.
.1 4 .E.A.DErs.33i-00
3. M. GREENE & F. 0. BEAVER
Having entered into partnership, Inform the public that
they are prepared to execute all styles of
Plain and ornamental Marble Work
Such as :SIONUMENTS, BEADSTONES, also Building
Work, as at low prices as any shop in tho county.
Orders front a distance promptly attended to.
Shop on 31IFFLIN street, a fow doors east of the Lu
theran church fail:4lB6oly
1866. THE 1866.
LARGEST AND BEST
Is nom• ready for inspection and sale
Than the same article can be bought
in Philadelphia or Pittsburg.
Consists of upwards of
One Hunched Different Styles
WITJ'MX 4 O lal.
A w-0 • -
'ik-t - A 'ye
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND
Ever Brought to Huntingdon,
Book, Stationary and 'Music Store.
NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES
Wall & Ceiling Paper & Bordering,
The Parlor, Sitting Room, Dining
Room, Bed Room, Hall,
Store, Shop, &c.,
Call at the
. "Globe" Building
and examine our stock and price S-.--
YARD. The undersigned
M A wou l3ljL
I,lrespectfully call the attention of the citizens
• 111 untingdon and the adjoining counties to the stock of
eautiful marble now on hand. Ho is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
and Stones of every desired size and form of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and carved with appro
priate devices, Or lAIOD, as may suit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, ke., will be
furnished to order.
W. w. pledges himself to furnish material and work.
manship equal to any in the country, at a fair price. Call
and see, before you purchase elsewhere. Shop on the
orner of Montgomery oil Nifil n El's., Huntingdon, Pa.
Huntingdon,May 10 1955.
WANTED at S. E. H E NRY & CO'S
15,000 bushels Wheat,
5,000 " Bye,
5,000 " Oats,
5,000 4, Corn,
1,000 " Flaxseed,
1,000 " Cloverseed,
1,000 pounds Wool,
Tar which the highest cash price will
U. - S.
AT LIi7JVLS" BOOK STORE.
B USINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICEIt son want your cad neatly printea on enrol
ovx, call nt
• LEWIS' BOOK AND SrAVONERY STEOR
CALL at D. P. GWIN'S if you want
THOMAS M. KREMS; WILLIAM CARR,
General Partner. Special Partner•
THOMAS M. KERR,.
NO. 143 MARKET STREET, •
Country protluco Rohl on COMHINSIOR. np2s-ly
"Seeley's Hard Rubber Truss" cures
RUPTURE, frees the cord from all pressure; will nover
rest. break, limber, chafe, er become filthy, (the fine steel
spring being coated with herd rubber); spring made any'
pow,er rennired; used fu bathfug, fitted to form; requires
no strapping; cleanest, lightest, easiest, and best Truss
known. Send for pamphlet.
I, B. SEELEY, Solo Proprietor,
nplo-1m 1317 Chestnut Street, Philada., Pa
PROCURED FOE INTBNTIONS IN TUE UNITED
STATES AND EUROPE
A personel interview with the Inver] for Is desirable
though not necessary, no the business can be conducted
by correspondence. Circulars of Information free on up•
Wier Lion. 1 , 23W1.). 1111 OWN,
• Engineer and Patent Agent,
mh7-31n 311 Walnut et., Philadelphia.
JAMES 11. ELDREDGE. GEO. P. ELDREDGE.
ELDREDGE & BRO.,
Publishers, Stationers, Booksellers,
'No. - 17 and 19 South Sixth Street,
(Above Chestnut,) PIIILADELPIIIA.
Particular attention paid to the country trade.
Always on band a large supply of Letter. Cap, Note
Bill, and Wrapping Paper; Envelopes; School and Mis.
cellaneom Bonita; Pens, Ink, Slatej, Mucilage, Photo
graph Albums, Paper Bags, &c., Bic., An. •
Lilanal terms to cash customers. aug2B,'6s—ly
°1 ,500 PER
Agents everywhere to Bell Our DURO-
Vios2o :owing Machines. Three new hinds. Under and
apper•fecd. Warranted five years. Above salary or large
ColninLisiollepald. The ONLY machines sold in tha United
States for less than $4O, which aro JO y licensed by Howe,
Wheeler & 117/son, Grover ct hater, Singer rE Co., and
Bachdder. All other cheap machines are infringemeno
nod Oro seller or riser urn liable to arrest,fine•Und ilaprie
onment. Circulars freq. Address, or call upon Shaw ea
Clark, Biddeford, Maine. de3o—ly
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
N. E. Corner Second and Walnut sts
Just in receipt of a lino selected stock of cheap and fancy
Fishing Tackle, of all descriptions.
suitable for the rivers and brooks of this State, to which
we invite the attention of all storekeepers. mhl42
(Sixteen Years Fair Trial!)
A. PEYSSON, PHILADELPITIA
DOUDRETTE, $2O per ton, taken
front the factory loose, or 60 cents per bushel, and
$26 per ton to bags, delivered at steamboat and railroad
depots, in Philadelphia.
illanufactoryGray's Ferry road nbovo the arsenal,
Philad'a. Depot—Pcysson's farm, Gloucester. N. Jersey,
Woodbury road. Office—Library street, No. 420, back of
the new post office, Philad'a. Dealers—
4th and Callowhill streets, Philadle.
18GG. PHILADELPHIA. 1866
HOWELL & BOURKE,
Paper Hangingsh Window Shades
Corner FOURTH & MARKET Ste.,
N. 13.—Aiwnys to store, a largo stools of
LINEN & OIL SHADES
D 'EPINEUIL & EV 4 iNS
Civil Engineers and Patent Solicitors,
No, 435 Walnut St., Philada
Patents solicited Consultations on Engineering,
Draughting and 'Sketches, Models and Machinery of all
kinds made and skillfully attended to. Special attention
given to DEJECTED CASES and INTERFERENCES.—
Anthentio copies of all Documents from Patent Offico
N. 11.—Sava yourselves useless trouble and traveling
expenses, as there is no actual need for personal inter
view with us. All business with these Offices, can be
transacted in writing. For further information direct as
above with Stamp enclosed, fur Circular with references.
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGANS
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W&, , AV1V1V1V4..114 1 -
i, Cottage 0 lag. `'
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../,..iti*:'-,”' ,-',,...,,, •
Aro not only unexcelled, hut airy aro absolutely une
guallrd by any other Reed Instrument in the country.
Denigued expressly fur Churches and schools, they or.
found to be equally well adapted to the parlor and draw
For sale only by • B. M. BRUCE,
No. 18 North SEVENTH street, Philadelphia.
!a"- Also, DRADI3URY'S PIANOSI, and n complete as
sortment of tho PERFECT MELODEON. sel7-ly
NEW GOODS FOR SPRING SALES.
s Br, IA A Nik k ,
Fourth & Arch Sts.
ARE OPENING NOR
Fashionable New Silks,
Novelties in Dress Goods,
New Styles Spring Shawls,
Fine Stock of New Goods,
New Traveling Dress
Splendid Black Silks, &c.
- Alk A gikeV,'eftMiNe'Z'f‘FlikEß.l4 r ke'
P. 9. Our prices aro now arranged to meet the views of
8' . tit & lo l c i k's
ESTABLISBED IN 1840
Incorporated by the ,Legislature of the
State cf Pennsylvania.
Located on the H. IV. Corner of 7th ana
(701) Chestnut sts. (701)
Designed exclusively to impart a.thorougli and
PRACTICAL . BUSINESS EDUCATION
All classes of persons require such an education. Those
possessing means, need it in conducting their own business
Those without means need it in obtaining and creditably
filling lucrative positions in the employ of others.
The course of instruction anti practice is arranged so ns
to fully meet the diveisified wants of ovary department of
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN TRADE,
an comprehended or embraced under the three general di
visions of industry: Agriculture, Manufacture and Com
Each student is instructed individually in both theory
and practice of Book Keeping, according to the most op.
proved and labor saving methods, Business Penmanship,
Calculations, and all the collateral branches of a complete
course of business education; and open passing a satisfiac
tory examination Is awarded, by authority of law, a diplo
ma, under the corporate stud of the college.
Students ore received at any time. And it is believed
that a practical experience of over TWENTY YEARS will ho
considered by thu public nn ample guarantee of the Twee,
heal eliaractet of the course and efficiency of the instruc
All further information desired can ho obtained at the
college, or by addressing, the Principal for a circular by
.-sA liberal discount is allowed to wounded and hon
orably discharged soldiers. 'f he college is open day and
T 11. POLLOCK, Att'y-qt•Law
E. REMINGTON & SONS,
MUSKETS AND CARBINES,
For the Milted States service. A'so,
POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS,
RIFLE CANES REVOLVING RIFLES,
Rifle and Shot Gun Barrels, and Grin Matorials sold by
Gun Braless and rho trado generally,
In these days of Housebreaking and robbery ,every
house, otoao, bank, and office, should have one of
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the Into im
provements in pistols, and superior workmanship and
form, will find all combined in the new
Circulars containing cuts and description of our arms
will be furnished on application.
E. RNMINGTON & SONS, Ilion, N. Y.
Moons & Nicnois, Agents,
aptam N 0.40 Courtlandt at., New York.
628 HOOP SKIRTS. 628
HOPKIN'S "OWN MAKE"
MANDFACTIMED AND SOLD iTUOLENALE AND RETAIL,
No. 628 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA
The most cemploto assortment of Ladies', Misses' and
Children's Stoop Skirts, in this city; gotten up expresily
to meet tho wants of first class trade; embracing tho
newest and most desirable styles and sizes of "Clore Trails"
of ovary length—from 6 to 4 yards round-20 to 56
springs, at 2to $5. Plato Skirts, all lengths, frsui 2 1 /.f to
3 yards round the bottom, at $1 40 to 53 1 3.
Our lino of Misses' and Children's Skirts aro w,verbi
ally boyond all bompetition for variety of styles and sizes,
as well as for finish and durability; varying from 8 to 33
inches in length, oto 45 springs et 35 cents to 3225, All
Skirts of "OUlt OWN MAKE," are warranted to Ivo sat
isfaetion; but buy none as such unless they have 'llop ;
kin's Hoop Skirt Manufactory, No. 628 Arch street, '
stamped on each Tab!
Also, constantly on hand, good skirtS, manufactured In
New York and tho eastern states, which wetsoll at very
low prices. A lot of cheap sktrts-16 springs, 85 cents;
20 springs, 91 ; 35 springs, Cl 15; 30 springs, $1 20 and 40
springs 41 50.
made to order and repaired.
IkT_Torms Cash. Ono price only.
$3.75 PEW MONTH. SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW.
The Photograph Case and Family Record.
This is a great opportunity for enterprising persons of
energy to make money. It is an article of which the
public have felt the need. It ret.dls nt a low price, and
its beauty and utility is universally acknowledged. The
success which has attended its Biles warrants the Scour-
ante that one can be sold to almost every family. We are
prepared to show that we have agents who „are clearing
$l7l every month. Address for circulars and Terms.
RAYMOND Sc CO., Manufacturers,
apt-1m 614 Chestnut et., rhileda.
ANTED, AGENTS. $75 to $2OO
Wper mouth for Ghmtlemen r and $25 to $75 for La
dies, everywhere, to Introduce the Common Sense Family
Sewing Illnchine, improved and perfected. It will hem,
fell, stitch, quilt , bind, braid and embroider beautifully.
Price only $2O, malting the elastic lock stitch, and fully
warranted for three years. We pay the above wages, or
a commission, from which twico that amount eau be
made. Address or call on C. BOWERS & CO. Office, No
255 South Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa. M.All letters
answered promptly, with (*mien; and terms. ap.l-51n
111271 VA nn. - .
...Agig rgaL .
('IANVASSERS WANTED at $2OO g al '
,/psr month. We want reliable agents (none other,) ,'', I ti io l4 Mg' v 3) 4 .5
male nod female, to take the exclusive agency In every r-; • H O4 I.lki tAI '.5 4.
county and township in rho United States to sell the l'ho. - tI e , 4 , STATIONS . ,n. 41 , 7,.
tograph Family Record, a work which every family will 1 . 1 or fls . 'Of- "
.HI . .. 1
buy. It is bound like an album but has a printed blank co. 9:I • ro" . 11 .. I; L
•F' , .' 1 " , lo re • ' to
pap/ opposite each photograph: for a complete record of
the husband, wife, nod each child of a family; also con. P. M. P. Bt. P. its A. M. . , P. 11.1 A. M.) A. If
Mining marriage certificate, and pngo for military Mato- 530 11 52 N. Hamilton, 510 - 835
ry of any member of a family. Nothing like it over pub- 538 • 12 03 Mt.. Union,— 503 965 825
Mated and no work that agents can tell so readily. Old 547 ..... 12 17 Mapleton,...:. 464 815
canvassers and others should send 11,r circulars and terms. 557 12 29 Mill Creek,— 445 937 805
It is necessary to have copies of the work to canvass with; bl 4 51212 48 819 Huntingdon, 4 34 1 924 750
price by express $2 50, $3 50 and $7 00 (3 stylo a); money 630 108 .....IPetereburg,... 4 /81 9087 80
may be sent by mail. Name the townships wanted. 6 38 1 201 IDarree, 4 10 7 20
Address BA DTLESON & CO., 0 46 1 32 6 60 . SpruceCreols, 4 02 8 64 7 10
ap-1-2m 011 Chestnut et., Phila. 704 ...... 163 I Birmingham, 3.45 '...... 855
--7.15 901 205 7 15,Tyrone, 395 831 645
WANTED—AGENTS.—To can- 1 ..3 3 (,), g N Fastens, 3 3 2 2 g :111
vase for the "Soldier's Individual Momorial."— 741 235 Belra Mills,- 3 161 8126 19
Greater inducements offered than by any other publish- 8009 30 3 001 750 Altoona,. 300765 6 00
era. Agents have au entire monopoly in ' the territory P.V. P. M. P. M. A. M. P.M. A. M. A. K
assigned them. as there has been nothing of the kind yet
introduced. Meets with universal approval, is °rumen- The PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS Eastward, leaved
tal, also a record of value to those who lame served in our Inman at 935 P. 51., and arrives at Huntingdon at
country's defense, and to friends ofdecrased soldiers. For 156 P. M.
circulars, &c., address, enclosing stamp, 8.0 BARER, The FAST LINE Eastward leaven Altoona et 315
Columbus, 0., Lock Box 9; 8. aplB.lm . Bt., and arrivee nt Huntingdon at 434 A. M.
The .- —...... _
WANTED—One- or two men, for
v v Huntingdon and vicinity, Who have lost either an
arm or a leg, to sell Wadsworth's wake proof Arnica heal
ing Plaster, the Lest and Cheapest Court Plaster in the
market. From $5 to $lO per day can be made. Address,
with 25 cents for sample and full information, A. F.
- Box 45, rhiladelphia. N. B.—All agents and ped
dlers would find it to their interest to answer the above.
a p. 18.3 ,
GREAT AMERICAN PUZZLE.
PATENTED by Pinup impor
ter of Fancy Goods, 230 Market street, Philadelphia,
Pa., Is one of the most Ingenious and amusing articles of
the kind WO have ever seem It Is calculated to afford di
version to aid and young. Price 30 cents for set of six
numbers. Sent by mail td all parts of tho country.—
PIll1,11? 111LL.350 3laricet street, Philada. Ladies' Nee
dle Book, con taininu 100 of the best needles, sent by mail
on receipt of 50 cents. lmaplB
viTANTED! AGENTS, Male and
Female at $75 to $l5O per month to sell the cele
CONNOR . SOllBO Family•Sowinglaachille
This Machine will do all kinds of work equal' to the
high-prices Machines, and ie the only practical and relia
ble Cheap Sewing Machine in the world. Send Pr do.
script ire:circulars. Address— ap2s-lin
SECOMII & CO., Chicago, 111., or Cleveland, Ohio.
THE SALEM LEG.
Under the patronage of the 'United States Government.
Models of to is Impeller leg may he seen at the agency of
the SALE3I. LEO CO3II'ANK, No. 83 south SPVENTP
t • l
Call and see them, or 801111 for a eircularp.a am
..- .o 18.1rn
HENRY HM ER,
520 ARCH ST., pd.LADV-PHIA.
FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
SOLID SILVER WARE,
and superior SILVER PLATED WARE at reduced prices.
33. af. - N7c7r3ET-a-ai.A.IVICeb,
No.. (.6, Nth, 6th st.,
VENETIAN BLINDS and
—"—""" "The tow=
v.-,..l_;‘,Storo eludes made and lettered.. -
BILLIARDS BILLIARDS I
JOSEPH t. POULTON,
Strawberry Alley, near Third Street,
Respectfully informs the public that
ho has opened foe their use Lie now and elegantly titled
up Billiard Room. It contains
FOUR NEW TABLES OF SILARP'S SIANUFACTURE,
superior to any now in tbo city. • .
Tills Billiard Room cballengeS comparison with any
aoom to the Stain, west of Philadelphia.
MILLINERY & STRAW GOODS
J. W. CALVER & CO., •
P- , [JAYE OP.LNED and are receiving wechiy a fine
assortment of STRAW FIATS, BONNETS,SILKS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, FRAMES, Ac., Ac., Wholeeale and
IRMO. JOHN W. °ALTER A CO.,
No. 61 North Second street, below Arch,
Rs} Fancy and Straw All LLINORt. PATTERN BON
NETS on hand.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD
Will do moro and better work at .a
given cost, than any other I Try it I Nannfapttirpd only by
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholezala Drug, Paint and cilass
jan2l-ly N 0.117 North THIRD et.; PIIILADA.
POLLAK & SON,
692 Broadway, near 4th st., N. Y.
Wholesale mud retail at reduced rates. Pipes and Hal
'dem cut to eviler and repaired. All goods warranted gen
uine. Send stamp for circular. Pipes $0 to $OO each.
_i_I4 By the box, pack, or lets quantity, for gale at
LEWIS' 11001 C AND STATIONERY
MO - Fresh Flower and Garden. Seed - s
for sale at Lewis' Book Store.
STAR MAGIC LINIMENT.
8.1000fo!Tny me A dic ß inFtita w to i ln b tital ) kr a t i h d e
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Spinal Affec
tions, Contracted Joints, Cholie Pains,
Pains in Side or Back, Toothache,
Headache, Sprains, Sore Throat,
Cuts, anises, Burns, and all
Diseases of the muselee,
• Skin and Glands.
Tuts is an Internal and External Medicine, competed of
hoots, Herbs and Barks such as our forefathers need:—
There is a bountiful supply on the earth to curs all cam•
plaints, if we only knew what they were. This has been
a:subject for constant study with the Medical Faculty for
a great muuy years to Sind out the kindi best adapted to
the above complaints—how to put them together, and
what portions to use. • : .
This wonderful remedy needs no recommendation save
the results which invariably follow its application.
.fiay- This popular remedy is feet coming into use front
tho fact that it gives good satisfaction. •
iffirPHYSICIANS aro invited to test"ite efficacy In all
cases of Rheumatism
Affections of the Spinal Column,
and all Diseases of the Skin, Muscles and Cll.:ends. It has
been used in thousands of instances under 'the personal
supervision of the Inventors, and leas never disappointed
their expectations. All we ask for it is a trial—raped
mental proof—not the testimony of the men of straw, are
tho vouchers we desire to present to the public..
It would be well for many now lying in beds of torture,
if these facts could reach their etch chambers. It is more
important to them than to the inventors that thls should
bo the case. "Truth N mighty and must prevail."
4fir Keep it in your fetidly,' for sickness comas when
you least expect it.
SAMUEL H. SHOEMAKER,
SOLE AGENT, EIUNTATGDON, PA,
Ilmattngtlon, 25,,Stily 19, 1885.
STAR MAGIC LINIMENT
DIPTIIERIA, or SORE THROAT,
PAINS IN THE STOMACH,
SAMUEL H. SHOEMAKER,
Price One Dollar.
Price Fifty Cents.
sz- Agents Wanted to sell the above
' throughout the Country.
Huntingdon, 0ct.:25, 180. " .
CA -4-.IAT.Vic. FerVE' • •
E N.N SYLVANIA - RP IL ROAD.
TIME OF LEAVING 0 e TRAINS
SPRING ABRAM Fa'NENT.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS Westward,
gclon at 7 24 A. 21, and arrives at Alt,
la FAST UM: Westn•nrd,
P. M., and arrives at Altoona at 9 30 P. M.
ril 1, 1800.
t ..erMk.V6A , .O •
READING RAIL ROAD.
APRIL 23, 1866,
jBEAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
North and North-West for PHILADELPHIA, PEt:
YORE,MEADINO, POTTSVILLE, LEBANON, ALLENTOWN, PAPP
&r., • ,z AC
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, 'as folk/lying
3 00, 7,40 and 9 05 A. 31., and 2 00 and 9,20 0. 111,15 P. lg.
at New York 5,40 and 10 0011;3L, and 340 and Pennsyl-
The above connect with similar Trains ortho 300 a m
vania Railroad ' and aleeping cars accompr
905 p. m. trains, without change, -, qua, Dllneraville,
Leave for Rending, Pottsville, TPhiladelphia at 7 411
Ashland, Pine Grove, Allentown Obancri and principal
A. 31., nail 2 and 0 20 P. M., stowng unclose connection '
way stations; the 920 train 1 . For Pottsville, Scbuyl.
for Pottsville nor Phtladtikkuylkill and Susquehanna
kill Haven and Aubrirn,(at 415 P M.
Railroad, leavo Harri)lloar at 9 A. M., 12 Noon, 330
Returning, lean A 8 A. 98., and 880 P. M; Pottsville
P.lll. PLiladsl;, 4 / 4 5 P. 384 Ashland 800 and 1135 a m
at 8 BO A. magus at 9.45 A M., and 1 and 8.55 P M.
end 1 05. w ills for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
LooNfmna Railroad at 7,00 a m.
°us°2lccommodation Passenger Train leaves READING at
m ob A, 31., and returns from PHILADELPITIA at 5,00 P.M.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 810 am.,
and 815 P. 111., for Ephrata, Lancaster, Columbia, 40,
On Sundays, leave New York at 830 P.M., Philadel:
phis, 8.00 a m and 315 P. 98., the 8 a in train running to .
Reading, Pottsville 8 00 A. M., Tamaqua 7.30 A. M., Hat ,
ricburg 905 A. M., and Reading at 130 a. m., for Har
risburg. 10,52 a in., for Now York, and 4.25 p.m. for Phil
COUSIUTATION, MILEAGE, BUNN, SMOOT, and EXCIIMION
TienaTe at reduced rates to and from all points.
Baggage checked through: 80 pounds Baggage allowed
G. A. MO LLB..
Rending. April 23, 1860. General RapenWenetene-
TIUNTINGDON & BROAD . TOP
RAILROAD. • • •
On and after Monday, Novembor 13, 1865, Dwane;
Trains will arrive and depart as follows:
SOUTHWARD TRAINS. NORTHWARD TRAINS,
is 41511. a 8 1011.1untingdon,
4 35 830 51cConnallstown,
4 43 8 38 Plegant Grove,-
5 00 8 54 Maft.lesburg,
5 16 9 10 Colroo Rup, ........
- a - 24 - •Is Rough& Ready,-
5 36 9 30 Cove,
5 40 9 34 Bisbee,. Summit.
AR 9 49
on 5 60 LE 10 00 Baxt "'
10 20 Riddleaburg
10 28 Hopewell,
40 46 Piper's Ran,
11 18 Hamilton, . .
11 31 Bloody Run,
0511 35 Mount 8a11na;....
SHOUP'S RUN BRAN
!La 10.05 1 Pa:ton ,
1 10 20ICoaImont
10 25 Crawford,
lea 10 35 Dudley,
I • IBroad Top CHI,-
Mothelm" N0v.13, 1865. OLIVE
STOCK OF FINE STATIONERY,
LADIES AND GENTEEM - Mr,
avAnt RzczivaD /N-HUNTINGDON
CAN NOW BE HAP
AT LIMB' BOOK, STATIONERY AND IMMO STORE•
PIIRE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,
The Whitest, the most duroblo and the moat 0001:Mageil
Try it I Manufactured only by
Wholesale Drug, Paint 9 Gloat Dealers, - .
att24-ly , No. 187 North Third et; Phliada.
DRAYT/NP AIM DBAR/Ng PAPER
White and Colored' Card Paper,
For aale at
BEWIB' BOOK cf. STATIONERY STORK
FOR TM] GREATEST V.A.R133717.
tlandsoine and Useful Articles„
Call at LEWIS' B.ook, SteXt,
• na et
Ls 4 05
i ts 10 00
Ls 2 SO