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A Great Farmer's Maxims,
In a notice of a discourse by Rev.
L. M: Glover, D. D., Jacksonville, Illi
nois, on the death of Mr. Jacob Straun,
who was spoken of as the "Great Amer
ican Farmer," and who died in Jack
sonville, Illinois, in August last, his
biographer has recorded many excel
lent characteristics of tho distinguished
farmer, who has met with great suc
cess in all his business operations,
which is attributed chiefly to the fol
lowing maxims, which we copy for the
benefit of those farmers who aro some
what tardy. in performing the opera
tions of the farm.
When you wake up do not roll. over
but roll out. It will give you time to
ditch all your slough, break them up,
barrow them, and sow them with tim
othy and red clover. - One bushel of
clover to two bushels of timothy is
Make your fence high, and strong,
so that it will keep the cattle and pigs
out. If you have brush make your
lots secure, and keep your hogs from
the cattle, for if the corn is clean they
.;;;;4,14.4.:..5i5ti......,if it-in not,
seven o'clock; they will rise early by
the force of circumstances.
Pay a hand, if he is poor, all you
promised him, if ho is a good hard pay
him a little more; it will oncourago
him to do still bettor.
Always feed your bands as well as
you do yourself, for the laboring men
are tho bone and sinew of the world
and ought to be well treated.
When it becomes rainy, bad weather,
so that you cannot work out doors,cut
and split your wood,make your tracks,
fixing your forme, or a gate that is off
its hinges, or weatherboard your barn
where the wind has blown off the sid
ing, or patching the roof of the barn.
Take your time, and make your cal
culations; don't do. things in a hurry,
but do them at tho right time; and
keep your mind as well as your body
GARDEN MANAGEMENT.—ID the gar
den one should cultivate a variety, so
as to have a seasonable supply for the
table at all times. Of spring growth,
asparagus, lettuce and radishes are
among the earliest and best. If the
lettuce is grown in a hot bed, and the
asparagus well managed, these vegeta
bles may be placed on the table very
early in the season. Part of the aspar
agus bed might be covered with a
frame; which would bring it forward,
and so lengthen the season. When the
spring vegetables are gone, the more
delicious ones of summer growth sup
ply their place. Early potatoes, beans,
corn, onions, peas, beets, tomatoes, cu
cumbers. and cabbages, diversify the
farmer's living. Strawberries, rasp
berries and blackberries succeed one
another in order, and continue the sup
ply until the fall fruits mature. There
need be no_ failure in growing these
fruits. Nor should the garden be with
out a bed of celery for winter use; and
the various vegetables which remain
in the ground to be used when the
winter frosts set in, should be amply
cultivated.—Rural New .Yorker.
ANALYSIS OF THE SOIL OF NO PRACTI
CAL UTILITY.—Most people suppose
that if the analysis of two different
soils are alike, the ground will be
equally productive for any kind of
crops. This is correct in theory, but
does not hold good in practice. Judge
French writes in the Massachusetts
"A poor soil, chemically speaking,
may give as good a crop as a rich bne.
Chemists usually give their results in
per centages, and call a soil more or
less fertile, as it contains a greater or
less per cent of plant food. A heavy,
rich loam, may often be rendered more
productive by the addition of an equal
bulk of pure sand, which would add
no element of food, and would reduce
the.mass fifty per cent in its apparent
value, as chemically tested."
BENEFIT OF PLOUGHING.—"Farmer"
writes to the Maine Farmer :
"After living on a farm for half a cen
tury practising and experimenting, ob
servation and experience teach me that
plowing, instead of being an injury, is
a great benefit to any land. My meth
od of treating waste or pasture land is
to first plow it and sow with grain.
The next season I lay it down, and
turn it to pasture for about four years,
observing to keep stock on the land
night as well as day for the season.
Then I plow again and take off anoth
er crop of grain, after which turn to
pasture as before. My land managed.
in this way fifteen or twenty years, is
in as high a state of cultivation as the
best manured land I have."
. ABOUT GOOD AND POOR MILK.-Mr.
N. T. True, of the Maine fiarmer,writes
that milk differs more widely in quali
ty than almost any other article.. It
differs-in different breeds, and in cows
of the same breed, and even in the
same cow at different seasons of the
year. Let a cow be fed on meadow
hay alone, and that late cut, and her
milk will look blue and thin, and void
of cream. Buyers of such milk have
reason to complain of poor milk. On
the other hand, the same cow fed with
sweet clover hay, or fed with meal,
will give you milk entirely different in
quality. Milk kept in a foul cellar will
be essentially affected by the odors
arising from the decomposition of veg
MANAGEMENT OF YOUNG CHICKENS.-
A writer in the New York Times says:
"When the chickens aro hatched, if be
fore taking them from the nest you
would oil the top of the heads of the
chicks, you will destroy all the lice
there are in the brood; for as soon as
two or three chicks aro hatched, all the
lice upon the hen leave her, and quar
ter themselves on the heads of the
chicks, and the oil will kill them; and
then with clean quarters for chicks on
a start, and a thorough cleansing of
tho coop each week, you will not fail
to raise your brood."
tier The soil, by its weight, is con
stantly trying to form rock under it in
the subsoil. It is the farmer's business
to see that it don't do it. His plow and
spade aro the means to prevent it, bat
espeially subsoil plow.
Paran Stevens, of Newport, R. L,
recently paid 643,710 for a cow pasture
PIIOF. . 11. M'ENTYRE'S GREAT ItEMEDT,
ntornal and External Medicine,
.IF3` Diarrhoea, Ilidody Flux in one day,
.17"4". Uoadache and Earache in three minutes
&Z. Toothache in one minute.
R 3" Neuralgia in fire minutes,
43 Sprains in twenty minutes,
.03- Sore Throat in ten minutes,
Cholla and Cramp in five minutes,
Rheumatism in ono day,
1;0 Pain in the Back or Side In ten minutes,
J. Had Coughs or Colds in ono day,
Favor and Ague In ono day.
09.. Cures Deafness, Asthma, Piles,
va_ Bronchitis Affections, Dyspepsia,
tit_ Inflammation of Ilia Kidneys, Erysipelas,
*a. Liver Complaint and Palpitation of tho lieut.
Keep it in your Families----:Sicknecs
conies when least expected. •
. I propose to check, and effectually dissipate more ache
and pain, and to accomplish more perfect equilibrium of
all the circulating fluids in the human system, than can
be effected by any other, or all other methods of medical
aid in the same apace of time.
THIS POPULAR REMEDY is fast coming into use, for
the fact that I cure, tree of charge, ell these oom.
plaints whenever there Is an opportunity to do so. As
soon no it is applied it almost miraculously kills the pain.
I do not ask you to buy before you are certain of its OP
ciency. If you have an ache or pain, it is warranted to do
all it purports on the label.
.do not propose to cure every diseaso—only a clam
Mimed by my directions. My liniment operates on chum
teal and electric principles, and is, therefore. app liable,
to the cure er natural restorative of all organic derange
ment arising from au improper circulation of the nerve
swellings in "o
.rne "' rettible .""' .—l4)1*".
etierrt time, .
danger /ram its us 4 under any possible circumstances.
This is an internal and external medielne—composed of
roots, herbs and barks, such 113 our forefathers used.—
Thom is a bountiful supply on earth to cure all complaints
if we only know what they were.
This has been a great study with the Medical Faculty
for many years, to End out the hinds beet adapted to the
above complaints—how to put them together, and what
I proportions to use. MeENTYRE,
Proprietor, Rending, Pa.
For sale at Lewis' Book Store.
Huntingdon, Pa., Sept. 6,186.
For all diseases arising from one cause ' viz: Fever and
Ague,Dyspepsia, Catarrh in the Read,Weak and disor
dere Stomach, such as Indigestion, Sick "[Callan; Oid.
dines of the Head, Weakness of Sight, Windy Ailments,
Rheumatism, and Rheumatic Pains, Paine In the Back or
Side, Nervous Debility, Lowness of Spirits, Impurity of
the Blood, Blotches or Eruptions of the Body, Gravel,
Worms, Sc., Sc. Sold at 25 cents per box.
WORM DESTROYER !
Thlsha fallible medicine is warranted to expel worms in
all cases and may bo given to cnlldren of all ages, as they
are purely vegetable and perfectly harmless.
ts, Can be bad at howls' Book store, Uuntlngdon, rn,
DR. VhNARD' S
STAR MAGIC LINIMENT.
s.looofo lt ra p ny me A dic ß in D etha W te i x i c i els b t ( L Erati d .
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Spinal Aden
dons, Contraoted 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.
Tins is an Internal and External Medicine, composed of
Roots, Herbs and Barks euch as our forefathers used.—
There is a bountiful supply on the earth to cure all com•
plaints, if we only knew what they were. This has been
a:subject for constant study with the Medical Faculty for
n great many years, to find out the hinds beet 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.
This popular remedy is List coming into use from
the fact that it gives good satisfaction.
tt.rit-DIIYSICIANS aro invited to test its efficacy In all
casts of Rheumatism, Affections of the Spinal Column,
and all Diseases of the Skin. Muscles and Olands. It hos
been used in thousands of instances under the personal
Supervision of the Inventors, and has never disappeitt ted
their expectations. All wo ask for it is a trial—expert
mental proof—not the testimony of the men of 'straw, are
the vouchers we desire to pr,sen t to the public.
It would be well for many now lying In beds oftorture,
if these facts could reach their sick chambers. It is more
Importantto them than to the inventors that this should
ho the case. "Truth is mighty and must prevail."
Are-Keep it in your family, for sickness comes when
you least expect it.
SAMUEL li. SHOEMAKER,
SOLE AGENT, HUNTINGDON, PA
IlantingdOn, Pa,ly 10, 1885.
STAR MAGIC LINIMENT
DIPTHERIA, or SORE THROAT,
• CRAMPS, or
. PAINS IN THE STOMACH,
SAMUEL H. SHOEHAKER,
Price One Dollar.
Price Fifty Cents.
4a- Agents Wanted to sell the above
throughout the Country.
Huntingdon, Oct. 25, 15E5.
PAPER I PAPER! ! PAPER !!!
Silk Paper for Titmice,
lat Cap Paper,
Commercial Note Paper,
Ladies' Gilt Edged Letter and Note Paper,
Ladies' Plain and Fancy Nato*Paper,
White and Cohered Card Paper, in Packs and Sheet:,
For sale at LEWIS' Gook,'Stationery and Music Store.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
llnforms the public, that ho has just
opened at his old stand in the Diamond,crift
A Fine Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
All of which he will sell at fair prices. Quick rates and
small profile. Call and examine my stock.
Manufacturing and Repairing done to order as usual.
Iluntingdon,April 10, 1903.
A fine and large assortment always on
AT LEWIS' BOOS STORE.
THE GREAT MEDICINE !
M'Entyre's INDIAN COMPOUND,
A NEW SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED
AT LEWIS BOOK STORE.
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 50 CTS., and $l,OO
lIOR THE LADIES.
A superior article of Note Paper and Envelopon
ennoble for confacWiat correspondence, for sale at
LEWYK BOOK ct ,STATIONERY STORE.
Note, Post, Commercial, Foolscap and Flab:tip—a
god assortment for eile by the ream, half ream, quire or
liEll79' NEW BOOK k STATIONEfaZTORE.
ATERMI.CtIaiI, Barley, Rice,
V lay, Naas, dc., 'at Lesile & Co's Fatally Groary:
BROUGHER'S PATENT EXCELSIOR
BROOM HEAD OR WRAPPER.
PATENTED DECEMBER 26, 1860
Everybody his own Broom Maker
Wrapper is cat
structed of Tin
Zinc, with alidin
band and bolt,
in con n o c ti o
with thn 00101
bolt passing thr ,
the handle, hot
ing it secure.
The article t
which we cal
end str o n
comm unity hey,
long needed in
article of thi
the high price
with the simpli
makes it more
Zir We offer horongh, township, and family rights for
sale on reasonable terms, to the county of ilordlngdon.
For further partleulare, call and see the snln , eribers, or
address THOS. 0. STRICKLER & SON,
feb7,1866 Huntingdon, Pa.
9111 E undersigned has just receivtd
and la now ready to supply tlio public with
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER
COMPRISING ALL TUE DIFFERENT GRADES,
From 9 months to 2 years dry!
* PLASTERING LATH,
JOINT AND LAP SHINGLES,
BUILDING STUFF AND PLANK.
WORKED FLOORING, WEATHER-BOARDING,
DOORS, WINDOWTRAMES, SASHES, ,%c
at reasonable prices
Now 'la the time to buy, before tim Spring rush, as
Lumber is already advancing, and dry lumber is a scarce
article. CHAS. 11. ANDERSON.
Huntingdon, Feb. 21,1800
THE LADIES.—Do you really
intend to cease wearing the beautiful atylee now
so prevalent, or dress less elegantly, becaoso the rebel
Jeff. Davis, was captured in Fashionable Female attire?
Ono moment's calm reflection will surely servo to change
your rash resolve. The angels had too much good souse
to lay aside their pure nosh: - robes of white, because
thoy had for a time served Wilde the deformities of that
Prince of Rebels, the Devil. Can you err in following the
examploof Angels? Then having made up your minds
at you will continiia.to_dre.a titatefully regiirefliian. or
rebel acts, do sot forget to call at the store of the subscri
bers, who shill be happy at all times to furnish you with
such articles of dress as you may desire. Urge your loth,
ers, husbands, brothers, neighbors and children to visit
the same store. They can hero be suited in good articles
of Boots, Shoes, Clothing Material, Hats, Caps, Qin:ens
nare and a general assortment of Groceries, on as rea
sonable terms as at any House in town. Store uu South
east corner of the Diamond, Huntingdon, Da.
may 31, 1863. FRANCIS B. WALLACE.
3E30 1 lir®'LT
A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH LIKENESS,
DONNELL & KLINE'S
On Hill Street, two doors west of
Lewis' Book Store.
CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS.
Iptutindon, Oct 4, '65-tf.
T_T ICI 3121 C"C" ,
_ OR.SAL E ATLEIIIY BOOKSTORE._
HOWE'S SONGS OF IRELAND, containing about 175 of
the GPM of Hibernia's Songs and Ballads, including
60 of aloore's Irish Melodies, Songs of the affections,
Sentimental, Patriotic, Historical, Iliiitnry, Political'
Comic and Miscellaneous Songs, arranged for the
Pianoforte or Melodeon. Price $3.00
LIME'S SONGS OF SCOTLAND, containing about lib
- of the Gems of Caledonia's Songs and Ballads, Inclu
ding Songs of the affections, Sentimental, Patriotic,
Historical, Military, Political, Comic and Miscellane
ous Songs, arranged for tho Pianoforte or Melodeon.
OWE'S SONGS AND BALLADS OF THE OLDEN
TIME, containing the Original Wards and
of the Songs and Ballads, song by tho Orand.moth
era of the present generation. Arranged fur Four
ORB'S TRIOS: Quadrilles Contra and Fancy Dances
with Calls and Figures:: Walt ZOR, Polkas, Opera Dela
dice, Scotch and Irish airs, S:c., &c., for tho Violin,
Flute, Cornet, Bass Viol, &c.
THEYOUNG MEN'S SINGING BOOK; a collection of
Music for male Voices, consisting of Glees and Part
cSongs, Choir and congregational Tones, Anthems,
KINOLIY'S JUVENILE CHOIR :—A selection of the
Choicest Melodies from the Herman, French, Mal
ian, English nod American Composers.
TRUMPET OF FREEDOM AND THE BUGLE CALLS;tvo
books suitable to tht times.
THE BOSTON GLEE BOOK, consisting of an - ext.nsies
collection of Glees, Madrigals, and Rounds, selected
from the works of tlio Most admired Composers, to-
gether many now pieces from the German.
INSTRUCTION BOOKS FOIL THE PIANO, Melodeon
Accordeon; Violin, Banjo, Ouitar, Concertina, Drum
Fife and Flageolet.
Uuntingdon, Jan. 24, 1865-tf.
I.l' N't riA4 ,
pt LANICS ! BLANKS ! BLANKS!
SUMMONS, . DEEDS,
SCHOOL ORDERS, JUDGMENT NOTES.
LEASES FOR HOUSES, NATURALIZATION IVES,
COMMON BONDS, JUDGMENT BONDS,
WARRANTS, FEE BILLS,
NOTES, with a waiver of the so° Law.
JUDGMENT NOTES, with a waiver of the $3OO Law.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT, with Teachers.
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, for Justices of tiro Peace
and Ministers of the Gospel.
COMPLAINT, WARRANT, and COMMITMENT, in case
of Assault and Battery, and Affray.
ECIERE FACIAS, to recover alnount of Judgment.
COLLECTORS' RECEIPTS, for Stato, County, School,
Borough and Township Taxes.
Printed ou superior papor, and for sale at the °Mee of
the IILUNTINGIVON GLOBE,.
BLANKS, of every description, printed to order, neatly
at short notice, and on good Paper.
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
A LiiZGE STOCK
Window Curtain Papers,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
E. 0. &.G. W. COLDER.
HATING entered Into co.partnerithip in the
Alexandria Brewery, the public aro informedriak
that they will be prepared at all times to till
orders on the shortest notice. -
Alexandria, Jan.l3. 1865-tf.
THE BEST EASTERZT CHEESE
tral7'ed at CUNNIIiaIAd& OAII3IIIVS.
OARPET IN G ALL KINDS
k_) at CUXIGIVOHAM ct•C_4RMON'S.
QEGARS.—Boat quality of Segar©
kjmh7 at CONNINOIIAM & CARRON'S.
- DROWN & BLEACHED MUSLINS,
.13 Ticking, Limeys, Checks, bleached and brown can
ton Flannels, miner's Plaid., Wool Fiannale, &c., &c.,at
S. E.IIENRY & CO'S.
BUSINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
It you want your card neatly printed on nivel•
apes, call at
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERYSTEOR,
CALL at D. P. (TWIN'S if you want
¶rlLc 01a. Nlcruitaalx-y•
STILL IN BLAST.
THE subscribers, thankful for the
.1 liberal sham of patronage they have heretofore ro•
celved by strict attention to linalmets,
hope to merit and still receive the same,
atldL •••••• take this method to inform their friends
and everybody else, that they are prepared
xj t,i4.tlt , to make all kinds of IRON and BRASS
CASTINGS made in a first class Foundry.
Weller° always on hand all kinds of Plough and Stove
Castings. also wash Kettles, cellar-window Grates, coal
hole castings for pavements, window weights of all sizes
and weights, pipe joints, sled and sleigh soles, wagon
boxes, machine castings for steam and water, grist, saw,
mum and plaster Mai of all descriptions.
We are prepared to furnish floaters and Iron Fences of
twine t improved style, oven doors and frames, door sills
intl In fact everything made in this line.
We have a very large stock of patterns and can furnish
tasting at short notice. and cheaper than they can ho had
in tba county. Having a good drill are aro prepared to
do drilling Ind fitting up of all kinds.
.sr-Higliest market price paid for old metal, brass,
,zinc, lead, he. J. NI. CUNNINGHAM h SON.
°lnce on Railroad strcet,one door west of the Exchange
Hotel, Huntingdon, Pn. dee21.05
WEST HUNTINGDON FOUNDRY,
Near Fishers' Mill, Huntingdon, Pa.
9 1 11 E undersigned • would take this
method to inform the public that his
New Foundry le now In blast, and ho is „LI!!
prepared to revolve and fill orders for all .1 Lal4k,
kinds of CASTINGS, PLOWS, THRESH-
ING MACHINES, Sic., Ac. rELLLOT
Being a practical mechanic at the business, of twenty
three years experience, and haring a desire teepleasa, ho
hopes to merit and receive a ellaro ofpublie patronage.
Sled and sleigh Soles, and other castings, kept on hand.
metal brass and copper taken in exchange for
llntitingdon, December 13, 1805-Bm.
MT At:M.33 Za3o
J. M. GREENS & F. 0. BEAVER
Having entered into partnership, Inform tho public that
they are prepared to execute all styles of
Plain and ornamental Marble Work
Such ns MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, also Building
Work, as at low prices ns any shop in tho county.
-ordoo from , diotnneo promptly attended to.
Shop oa MIFFLIN street, a few doors east of tlxo Lu-
theran church felsl4,lBtely
1866. THE 1866.
LARGEST AND BEST
Ever Brought to Huntingdon,
Is now ready for inspection and sale,
Book, Stationery and Music Store.
NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES
Than the same article eaPbe bought
in Philadelphia or Pittsburg.
Consists of upwards of
One Hundred Different Styles
Wall & Ceiling Paper & Bordering,
Tho Parlor, Sitting Room, Dining
Room, Bed Room, Hall,
Store, Shop, &e., &c.
Call at the "Globe" 'Building,
and examine our'stock and prices.
MARBLE YARD. The undersigned
would respectfully call the attention of the citizens
utingdon and the adjoining counties to the stock of
I cantiful marble now on band. He is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
and Stones of every desired size and form-of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and carved with appro
priate devices, or plain, as may suit.
Building, Marble, Door and Window Sills, &0., 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
Muer of Montgomery .d Mifflin n 0.. Huntingdon Pa.
lluntingdon,May 18 1855.
WANTED at S. E. HENRY & CO'S
15,000 bushels Wheat,
5,000 " Rye,
5,000 " Oats,
5,000 " Corn,
1,000 " Flaxseed,
1,000 " Oloverseed,
1,000 pounds Wool,
For which the highest cash price wil
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
, HUNTINGDON, PENNA.
u s iC 0 . THE CYTHARA—The
0r,7 10 Presbyterian Psalraodiet—The
b • Shawn—TheJuhllee—Hunten's and
Berth:Ws enlarged and improved lostructore—Welland's
New and Improved Method for tho O nitar—teland's Accor-
deon, Violin and Flute Instructors—Winner's and Hovre's
Violin Instructors—Bellak's Melodeon Instriaotor—Bur
rowan' Plano-Forte Primer—do. Thorough-Base Primer—
/lowa's Drawing Room Dances—The Chores Glee Book—
Tares Harp, for sale at
LIMPS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE.
TURMAN M. KERR,
General Partnot: WILLIAM CARR,
THOMAS M. KERR,.
NO. 143 MARKET STREET,
Country proiluco cold on commission. ap2s-ly
HENRY HARPER, M
ktfials2,o ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA.a.,IO
and armorial. SILVER PLATED WARE at roduced prim.
JAMES 11. ELDREDGE. GEO. P. ELDREDGE.
ELDREDGE & BRO
Publishers, Stationers Booksellers,
No. .17 and 19 South Sixth Street,
(Above Chestnut,) PHILADELPHIA.
Particular attention paid to country trade.
Always on band a large simply of Letter, Cop, Note
Bill, and Wrapping Paper; Envelopes; School and Mis
cellaneous Books; Pens, Ink, Slates, Mucilage, Photo
graph Albums, Paper Bag% '
Liberal terms to cash customers. aug2B;6s-ly
BILLIARDS! BILLIARDS ! !
JOSEPH. L. POULTON,
Strawberry Alley, near Third Street,
Respectfully informs the public that
he lies opened for their use Ms new and elegantly fitted
up Billiard Room. It contains
FOUR NEW TADY,ES OF .SHARP'S MANUFACTURE,
superior to any now In the city.
Thin Billiard Room Challenges comparison with any
room in the:State, west of Philadelphia.
C 'DA LH'S D •
Five Dollar WASHING YACHINE
~iZ~tbci Fitt ,ltitertisenttnts.
FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
SOLID SILVER WARE,
Is now offered to the public as tho cheapest, simplest and
most efficient Washing Machine in the country.
The exclusive right for the sale of this machine in your
own State or county, can ho moored by applying.soon dt
727 Market street, Philada.
J. MASH & CO.
Also, the best Clothes Wringer In the market, wholesal°
and retail. •
11M—S. vory liberal discount to country morchants and
dealers generally. • My2.3.4t
D 'EPINEUIL & EVANS
Civil Engineers and Patent Solicitors,
No. 435 Walnut St., PhHada
Patents solicited Consultations on Engineering,
Drangliting and Sketches, Models and Machinery of all
kinds made and skillfully Attended to. Special attention
given to REJECTED CASES and INTERFERENCES.—
Anthentio copies of all Documents from Patent Office
N. S.—Save yourselves useless trouble and traveling
expenses, as there is no actual need4for ',arsenal inter-
view with us. All business with these Offices, can be
transacted In writing. For further Information direct as
above with stamp enclosed, for Circule with references.
Januaryl7, 1866—1 y
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGANS
Aro not only unexcelled, but they are absolutely une
quaffed by may other Reed Instrument in the country.—
Designed expressly for Churches and schools, they are
found to ho equally. well adapted to the parlor and draw
For sale only by • Tr. Id.I3RUCE,
No. IS North SEVENTH street, Philadelphia.
JIB- Also, BRADIIURY'S PIANOS, and aco plot° ne
sortment of the PERFECT MELODEON.
628 HOOP SKIRTS. 628
HOPKIN'S "OWN MAKE?'
MANUFACTURED AND SOLD ITUOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 628 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA
The most complete assortment of Ladles', Misses' and
Children's Hoop Skirts, in this city; gotten up expressly
to meet tho wants of first class trade; embracing the
newest and most desirable styles and sixes of "Ooro Trails"
of every length—from 83,E to 4 yards round-20 to 56
springs, at 2to $5. Plain Skirts, nll lengths, from 2% to
3 yards round the bottom, at $1 40 to $3 15.
Our lino of Misses' and Children's Skirts are arc verbl•
ally beyond all competition for variety of styles and BiZCO '
as well as for finish and durability; varying front 8 to 33
inches in length, 6to 45 springs et 35 cents to 0225. All
'Skirts of "OUtt OWN MAK aro warranted to ziVe Sat
isfmtion ; but buy none as such unless they have nilops
kites hoop Skirt Manufactory, No. 628 Arch otreot,"
stamped on each Tab!
Also, constantly on hand, good skirts, manufactured in
Nose York and the eastern Stoles, which wetsell at very
low prices. A lot of cheap skirts-15 springs, 85 cents;
20 springs, 51 ; 35 springs, 01 15; 30 springs, $1 25 and 40
springs $1 50.
Are-Skirts made to order and repaired.
m.Terms Cash. Ono price only.
E. REMINGTON & SONS,
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t ( 11" MANUFACTURERS OF
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MUSKETS AND CARBINES,
For tho United Stateasorrice. A'so,
POCKET AND BELT REVOLVERS,
Ride and Shot Gnu Barrels, nod Gun Materials sold by
Gun Henlexe and the trade generally.
In these days of Housebreaking and robbery, every
house, stole, bank, and office, should have one of
Parties desiring to avail themselves of the late im
provements to pistols, and Importer workmanship and
form, will find all combined in the new
Circulars containing cute and description of our arm
will be furnislied on application.
E. REMINGTON & SONS, Ilion, N.Y.
Mom k ?Ileums, Agents,
ap4-6m N 0.40 Cm,rtiandt at, New York.
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ESTABLISHED IN 1840
Incorporated by the :Legislature of the
State cf Pennsylvania.
Located on the El W. Corner of 7th ana
(701) ' Chestnut sts. (701)
Designed exclusively to impart a thorough and
PRACTICAL BUSINESS EDUCATION
All classes of persons require such an education. Those
possessing means, need it in conducting their mon business
Those without means need it in obtaining and creditably
filling lucrative positions in thn employ of others.
The course of instruction and practice is arranged sons
to fully meet the diversified wants of every department of
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN TRADE,
as comprehended or embraced under the three general di
visions of industry: Agriculture, Manufacture and Corn
Mich 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 upon passing a satisfac•
tory examination is awarded.hy authority of law, a diplo-
ma, under tbo corporate sot of the college.
Students 'aro received at any time. And it is believed
that a practical experience of over TWENTY YEKRB will be
considered by the public nn ample guarantee of the prac
tical character of the course and efficiency of the instruc
All fertile/ intormatlon desired can bo obtained at the
college, or by addressing the Principal fora circular by
All -A liberal discount Is allowed to wounded and hon
orably discharged soldiers. The college is open day and
• T 11. POLLOCK, AtCy.o.l.Law,
jj12,1805 ••5 • I PrineiPM.
UNION BUSINESS COLLEGE
HANDEL & HA DYN HALL,
Eighth and Spring Garden streets,
THOMAS MAY PEIRCE, A. M.,
President and Consulting Accountant
Novel and.Termanent Arrangement
• of Business College Terms,
From April Ist to October Ist, 1866,
AND SUCCEEDING YEARS
MB SCHOLARSHIPS, including Bookkeeping, Bud
noes Correspondence, Forms and Customs, Commercial
Arithmetic, Business Penmanship, Detecting Counter.
felt Money, and Commercial Law,
SCHOLARSHIPS, including the same subjects no above,
Tale LIMITHD TO TIMES MOMTI/B,
Ponmanehip, three months,
Penmanship and Arithmetic, three months,
The saving of cm' and gas In the Bummer months Is
an advantage of such Importance as enables the manage
ment of this College to made a considerable ',Auction In
the summer ratee.,
From Qctober 1, 1866, to April 1, 1867,
e. And succeeding yeare, ae before,
Life Scholarships, • $35
Scholarships, three months, $25
Penmanship, three months $lO
Penmanship and Atithmotic, three month. $l2
AM-Special terms for Clubs, soldlors, anal for the eons of
ministers and teachers.
Day and Evening Instruction for Both
Sexes and all Ages,
In banking, storekeeping, bookkeeping, penmanship, pen
drawing, phonography, arithmetic, mensuration, algebra,
geometry, analytical geometry, the calculus; navigation,
surveying, engineering, ganging, mining, mechanical
drawing, commercial law, German, telegraphing, and the
English branches, at moderate prices.
Endorsed by the public as the most successful business
College of the country, as is evidenced by the fact, that
FOUR HUNDRED AND TWO STUDENTS
Have entered In the &et six months of Its existence
PRINCIPALS OP DEPARIIISNTS:
THOMAS MAY PIERCE, A. M.,
GEORGE R. SNYDER„ R. S. BARNES,
C. N. PARR, JR.? J. T. REYNOLDS,
HENRY REIM, A. E. ROGERSON, A.M., C.E
Supported by an able corps of assistants.
Call or send for a Catalogua , Copes° Currency, and
Peirce's Practical Educator.
Office, No, 531 Nth, Eighth st,
inay2-2m THOS. M. PEIRCE
`` l ANTED—Oneor two . men, for
'Huntingdon and vicinity, who have loot either an
arm or a leg, to sell Wadsworth's water pronfArnica heed
ing Plaster, the beet and cheapest Court Plaster in the
market. From $5 to .$lO per day can be mode. Address,
wills 25 cents for sample and full Information, A. F. If EL-
C lIER, Box 46, Philadelphia. N.B.—Alli:Tents and ped
dlers would find it to their interest to answer the above.
PER YEAR—We want
Agents everywhere to Bell oar IMPRO
VED $4O newing MaChines.
,Three new kinds. Under and
upperleed. Warranted Ave years. Above salary . or large'
commissions paid. The ONLY machines sold in the United,
States for less than $4O, which are fully licensed by Howe,
Wheeler sO 11 alson, Grocer & Baker, Singer & Co., and
Bachtider. ..4tl other cheap machines are' infringements
and the seller or user aro liable to arrest, fine and impris
onment. Circulars free. Address, or call upon Shaw &
Clark, Biddeford, Maine; or Chicago, 111..
LADIES, PLEASE NOTICE'..--.
.1 ADZES' NEEDLE CASKET, con'.
I...Atainln g 100 best quality needles, imported by P. Hill,
sent to any address on receipt or 50 cents. The Great
American Pubzle will be givon with every needle case:,
Price 30 cents per set. • Adamite Puzzle,lo cents sent to
any address. Hoop Skirts nnumfactneed to order; store
keepers send forpoieo list PHILIP HILL, No. 259 Han:
ket street, Philadelphia. nty29.lrn.
WHO? WHO? WHO?
OUR NEXT GOVERNOR:
We have a correct and striking photograph of the next
Governor of Pennsylvania, which wovvill send by mall for
25 cents. If we mistake the man; Ike money will be re.
funded immediately. after election next October. Is It
Geary or Clymer? Write and see. Address
my 0.2111 BARTLESON & Co., 611 CHESTNUT St, Phila.
A GENTS WANTED to canvass
.t 1 this county for the Military end Naval Ilistory of
the Rebel lion . , complete In one large Svd. Vol. of SOO pages
Colored and steel; p.ates. The most complete'and saleable
Ilistory published. Send stamp for prospectus.
my23-Im -JAS. K. SIMON, 83 8. 4th at., Philada.
AGENTS WANTED to sell
81X UM inventions, of great value to.Pnli
lies ; all pay great profits. Settd 15 cents and get 80 pa
ges, or 25 cents and get SO pages and a sample gratis.
my23-Im klPfiltAlsl. BROWN, Lowell, Mass
GEARY ! CLYMER !
We have photographs, large and small, of Geary and
Clymer. Agents wanted to sell them. Send 75 cows for
sprcimen copies by mail, postage paid. Address
inyo.2m PARTLESON S CO., 611 Chestnut et., Phila.
BITTER WINE OF IRON.
, An exquisite impregnation of dry. Spanish Wine
with tho activity of Calisaya Bark, and the most ener
getic ofall the ferruginous salts, Citrate of Magnetic Ox
ide of Iron. It has a vinous flavor, very grateful to the
palate, is without chalbyeate taste and will not discolor
It excites languid appetite, gives zest to food, improves
digestion, increases the strength, steadi , s the circulation,
takes otioniscular flabbiness, removes the pallor of debil
ity, gives firmness and precision to tho actions of the ner
vous system, with power to endure fatigue and resist dis
Magnetic Citrate of Iron is new and peculiar, differing
from the ordinary Soluble Citrate, in containing an eau.
valent of Protoxicloof Iron, in place of the Ammonia. It
is neutral, tasteless, without astringency, as proxupt and
energetic as the Chloride, and unlike that, induces no lo
cal inflammatory action or headache.
Calisnya Bark is pre-eminent among vegetable tonics
has uo equal as n strengthener, or restorative, nor rivn
as' nn anti-periodic.
Beta(!sin $1 and $2 bottles, Quarts and Gallons for
dispensing. 0. S. IIUBLIGI.f., Apothecary,
1410 Chestnut st., Philadelphian
TO ALL BOOK BUYERS.
JAS. li. SIMON, 33 south Sixth street, Philadelphia, is
agent for the following valuable books t -
Appleton's New Amrriean Cyclopedia-16 Vols.
history of the Itebellion-1. large Vol.
Dictionary of &karmic-5-2 vole
Rebellion Record. by Fronk Moore-9
Washington Irving's Works, 22 "
Cooper's Novels. Dicken'a Works.
Jferivale & Gibbon's Rollie.
llre's Dictionary of Arts antridannfactures.
Bancroft's United States-8 Vols. An, Sac.
I furnish all books published, for public and private
Libraries, at wholesale prices. Send a list of any Books
wonted, with a stamp, for pi ices, which will to gent by
return mail. my'23 Sin
PROCURED FOR INVENTIONS IN THE UNITED
STATES AND EUROPE
A personal interview with the inventor is desirable
though not necessary, as the business can be conducted
by correspondence. Circulars of information free on op•
pi ice lion. EDWD. BROWN, •
Engineer and Patent Agent,
mh7-3m 311 Walnut at., Philadelphia.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD !
Will do more and better work at a
given cost, than any other I Try it I ManufavturedonlyPY
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Ghee Dealers,
}an24-1y N 0.137 North THIRD et., PHILADA...
MILLINERY & STRAW GOODS
• J. W. CALVER & co.,
tIAVE OP.KIRD and are receiving weekly a tine
assortment of STRAW HATS, BONNETS, SILKS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, FRAMES, Be., Be, Wholesale awl
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us... Fan cy and Straw MILLINERY. PATTERN BON
NETS on band.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,
The Whitest, the most durable and the mostecopomlea
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'Wholesale Drug, Paint & Glass Dealers,
ant/—ly No. 137 North Third et., Phliada.
PORT-MON ? NATES,
- CARD CASES,
SEGAR CASES, &c.,
andqopl3, 48EsortMent, just received
PW/SqizoOk - §tor4. "
DIVENiTSYLVANIA RA IL ROAD
1. TIME OF LEANING 0 F TRAINS
SUMMER ARRANd EMENT.
WESTWARD. . EASTWARD
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818 11.55 ' " N.llamllton, 510 108 885
625 12 05 Mt. Union,. 5 021 12 54 8 26.
b 35 ..... 12 18 Mapleton„ '4 5412 42 816
644 12 29 • Mill Creek,— 445 12 29 8 OS
.7 00 628 12 48 5 68 Huntingdon, 4 8312.08 7 50
7 15 ..... 1 10 Petersburg,,.. 4 1811148 7 30
723 ' 120 Marren 4 10111 31 721
7 30 - -1 32 0 258pruceCreak, '4 - 0211 21 710
7 41 1.53 Birmingham, 3 46 11 00 055
7 60 617 205 6 48 T7rone,3 35110 50 645
863 220 Tipton, • 8251084 6 83
'? 'O3 Fostoria 3 20 10 24 6 20
35 Bell's Mills,.. 815 10 20 619
8306 50 I 001 720 Altoona,. - 8 00 9656 00
PIIILABEr - award, lemma
Jo at 9 9 ' tritingdon at
le 7 .' -6 320
The PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS Easts
Altoona at 9 35 P. IL, and, arrives at Hui.
10 60 P.M. - • .
- The FAST LINE Eastward leaves Altoona at
A. 51.; and arrives at Huntingdon at 4 . 42 A. M: -
The DAY EXPRESS Eastward leaves Altoonaat 830
a. n. ~a nd arrives at Huntingdon 948 a. u. • `
The PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS Westward, lea'res
Huntingdon at 7 00 A. M., and arrives at Altoona at
820 A. M.
The FAST LINE. Westsvard, leaves Huntingdon at
7 35 P. M.. and arrives at .Altoona at 8 60 P. M.:
The NEW YORK EXPRESS Westward lams Hunting
don at 7 38 A. st, and arrives at Altoon'a 8 504.8.
- May 20, 1809. •
TJUNTINGDON :& BROAD TOP
RAILROAD. • •
On and after Tuesday,' MAY 22nd, MO, Passenger
Trains will arrive and depart as follows:
BOUTIIWARDTRAINS. • isiORTIIWARDTRAINIL
P.M. A. M.
re 6 00ju. 8 001 Huntingdon,. ..... ,
- 617 820 IffeConnelletown;
025 - 832 Pleasant Grove,..,
8 48 slarklesburg,
664 904 Coffee Run,
' 7 02 .9 12 Rough & Ready,-
7 14 924 Cove,
7 18 9 28 Fleher'e Summit..
en. 7 33 en 9 446_,
LE 7 431. e 9 541'"'"'" , —""-.'
804 10 141Riddlesburg
8 12, 10 22111opowell
"24 10 38 Piper's Run,
40 10 581
53 11 09 Bloody [tun,-
57 ABU 12 Mount Dallas,
8110 UPS RUN RICAN
LE 7 au 10 . 20 1 Rnxton, • 6 901
8 05, 10 85 1
810 10 40 Crawford, . -8 05
An 8 -
201elt 10 50 Dudley, , 600
--.. Brood Top C1ty,.....1
ngdon 514 1,9,-1800. oupi
READING. RAIL RGAD;
APRIL 23, 1806,
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
North and North-West for PHILADELPHIA, Ni,,.
Yon); Itznouto, Porrsrms, Lamm, Auxicrowrr, Eurrorr,
Trains leave Ilanisburg for New' York, 'as follows t At
3 00, 7,40 and 9 05 A. M.,
and 2 00 and 9,20 P. M., arriving
at New York 5,40 and 1000 A, 51, and 3 40 and 10 35 P. M.
The above connect with similar Trains on the Pennsyl
vania Railroad ,and sleeping care accompany the 3 00 a ma
9 05 p.m. trains, without change. -
- - .
Leave for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Mineraville,
Ashland, Pine Grove, Allentownand Philadelphia at 7 40
A. 31., and 2 and 9 20 P. 31., stop at Lebancn and pi hicipal
way stations; the 9 20 train making no close' connection
for-Pottsville nor Philadelphia. • For Pottsville,
kill Haven and Auburn, via Schnylkill aail Susquehanna
Railroad, leave Harrisburg at 416 PM. .
Returning, leave New -Yong at 9At M.,-12 'Noon, 80
P. M. Philadelphia at 8 - A. 21-, and 330 I'. 31; P.ottaville
at 8 30 A. M., and 245 P. 314 Aahland 600 and 11.15 . a m,
and 1 05 P 3.1; Tamaqua at 9.45'A M., and 1 and 8.56 P M.
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via. Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Railroad at 7,00 a m.
An Accommodation Passenger Train - leay. Rainnva at
6.30 A. 31., and returns from PIULADELPHIA at 6,00 P.M.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 610 am.,'
and 6 16 P. M., for Ephrata, LanCaster, Columbia, ad.
On Sundays, leave New York at 8 30 P. M., Philadel
phia, 8.00 a m end 315 P. M., the 8 a in train running
Reading, Pottsville 8 00 A. M., Tamaqua 7.30 A. 31., lbw,
risburg 905 A. M., and Reading at 130 a.m., for. Mar..
risburg. 10,52 a m., for Now York, and 4.25 p.m. for Phil
EoMMUTATION, Ifrfusor, SEASON, E , UVIOOL, and EXCURSION
TICKETS at reduced rates to and from all wants:
Baggage checked through : 80 pounds Baggage allowed
G. A. NICOLL9,
Reading, April 23, 1868. Cenerai Superintendent
Q.E. i I gat/ 'Oa
NIP • 111,
AT LEWIS' BOOR, STATIONERY h MUSIC STOAN,
OSGOOD'S Speller. let, 24, 3d, 4th and ith Readers.
bI'OUFFEY'S Speller and Readers.
SANDER'S do do de'
Town's Speller and Definer, (old and now editions.)
Smith's, Bullion's and Brown's Grammars.
Fitch's Physical Geography.
Warren's Physical Geography: '_
Mitchell's. Monteith and McNally's Geographies k Atlases.
Camp's Geography, with Key to Mitchell's Outline Maps.
Webster's and Worcester's Dictionaries.
Quackenbos' First Lessons, in Composition. •
Quackenbo's Composition and Eltetorie.
Greenleaf's, Stoddard's and Brooks' Arithmetic&
Peterson's Familiar Science. ' •
Greenleaf 'a and Stoddard's Koye to Arithmetic&
Greenleaf's and Davies' Algebras. -
Greenleaf's Key to Algebra. . •
Parker's Juvenile Philosophy.
First Lemons in Natural Philosophy.
Willard'ellistory of the United States.
Child's w tt
Goodrich's " • . • • " a
Payson, Dupton and Scribner's Penmanship, is sloven
Potter k Hammond's Penmanship in twelve number,.
Academical, - Controllers' and other Copy Books.
Davies' Elementary Geometrywnd Trigcnoinetry. '
Davies' Legendrehi Geometry.
Fulton to Eastman'a Book-keeping.
Book Keeping by Single Entry, by Hanaford & Parma
Book Keeping by Single and Double Entry, by Rumford
Other boots will be added and furnished to order.
A full stock of School Stationery always oa hand.
STOCK OF FIN ST ATIONRY,
L AMIE AND GENTLEMEN;
ZT.P.F. RECEIVED IN NIINTMGDON
CAN NOW BE HAD
AT LEWIS' 50011, STATIONERY AND MUSIC STORE
AND FANCY •
Just received aid for We at -
LEWIS'. BOOK 'STORM
ALL TDB DIECrINGMSBED MMUS AND min"
FOR SALE - •
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OIL CLOTH. WINDOW SHADES,
GILT GOLD SHADES,
TAPE, CORD AND TASSALS,
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE
Xtea. Justices' and Constables' Fee
Bills for sale at Lewis' Book Store.-
pERFI3 MERY and Fancy Soaps for
sole ht LEWIS ,:e CO'S Family Grocery. '
P. M. gm
AR 9 00
• - 8 00
lAA '9 20
I 6 00,
is 4 at
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