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tilo,ioiiiiir Vilma glifiel, glie'f - ?llozvipq
iiitele s iiiiii faalp:Vile - o£" tile "iiilua§l?
"A horse in the depot at WoOdwich
bad proved so-;una - tinageable to the
rough riders that at= "length no one
among them Atifateimit 'Mount . him.—
.I.lis mode7ofliirowiog 4!:tr diamounting
ridei... ; 4nsiatedialiying down sand
rolling over , else gashing
leg against someTWall,:or_poit; or; pal
ing. AlllMear(ti to break liim of these
perilous tricks proving Unavailing, the
animal was brought 'befortlie *com
manding offieer . with th'eecharacter of
being "incurably vicious,!!. and with
reeOnitileinlAion; on this'accoupt; that
ho solk.ZOOlOnid Quest,
h taring of 'thiS, an d i i4n . the:horse
to be arthertifigh bred and one of the
batit :action ed an d, ?2,lMterest ; horses. in
the - regiment, besought the command
ing officer, to permit hint , to be trans
ferred to the riding troops.' This was
consented to, and the transfer wasi . no_
sooner accomplished than Col. Quoit
determined to pursuo,a system of man
agement directly; opposite . to that
which had : : -bcou,ntl.empted. He had
him led daili intO'the- riding 'school,
suffered no.whips • even to he shown
to him while_ there,
.but petted him
and tried to make him execute this
and the other.manteuvro r and as often
as he proved obedient rewarded him
with a handful of corn, or beans, or a
pieceof bread; ; with
,which bribes his
pockets were invariably well supplied.
In this manner, and' no great distance
of' time, was_ the rebel not only sub
dued and tamed, but rendered so per.
feetly quiet that a little child could
ride him. : 119 became, at length, taught
to kneel down while his rider mount
ed and to perform`; several evolutions
and dances and tricks in the "menage,",
which no ether in the School could - be
brought to In fine, so great a fa
vorite did_holtecotrie; that his master
gave himlae -appellation . of "Darl
ing?' - - -
r i l adis'ia`_ii i !tiii l calf;W.:-.-' Dr. Trimble
f -Newa4; l iNeSrt ,Te re oy WhO has paid
fruit culture - , gives
the fbilowitii:liti:ehis'vieWthe _ result
•of manytears experience : I
1. The r mostimccessftil way-to- con
quer the cureuliO is to gather the fruit
As it Talls,atillffi.e - &!it,:* tirthe 'Stock to
•dosytiy i ft ; 4,i1;: - isbj : ,:-thW.,,fallen, fruit
that the curculio propagates its spe-
2. ,That tbaymiks•;: z the:.apple :tree
can be prevented fronithe apple moth
by *di riniriir Oa Ch. Ire . ° tWO Or
tbroo times a rope !patio_ of straw.
'.llllo , ipOttai::,WiA harbor in , this rope,
and can ileiirrbe_deetreyed.
3. That tho only way to kill tho
peach-440-h0i4.14 ; 0- cn : Oximyiint with
a knife, not once only in a season, but
to follow iiipkup every two weeks until
exterminated. After the first "going
over" ofatvorchard!thie_Will- be :little
or no trouble, as each tree can be at
tended Toin'tiiii'niti"Uß4. -
To Keep Ice from 4felting,- 7 4. Ger
man chemist_ publishes the following
simple metho,dof: T preserving small
quantities of ice, _:
- Whiolfhe - hai practi
cedAitkilliloess : , :Put - the - ice into a
deep dish, cover it with a plate,and put
the dish on a pillow stuffeiliiith feath
ers, and cover the
. top carefully with
another pillow,.and by this means ex
clude theiexternallAir. Feathehg are
well non-conductors of heat,
and iiietipaCqUoneli provee
ted MiniMgt:4. He ale. states that
he has tie preserved six pounds of
ice for eight`days: -The plan is' simple,
and within the reach of every house
,F 'The" i ,A.gricultural Department,
in its report for. October, estimates the
Wheat for the year in the
w hole country, at 220,000,000 . bushels,
being iabout : fitty million bushels more
than lest - Year. The yield of Oats is
more than , 28,000,000_ bushels—three.
per Cept..inoid than: last 'year; Rye,
21,000,000—four per cent. more Bar:
.690,9.00• • bu,shels-four per cent.
decline Corn, is
, estimated at more
than an 'nVerage- crop j-Sorg hum has
also ..declined;--,Btichwheat, Potatoes
and Tobacco ain'shoit; Sugar has , in
creased ; twenty per Cent. Cotton is es 7
Mated at 2,500,000 _bales. .• .
Green Rye for .Sheep.— . The Prairie
Farmer e_yeessful manage
ment Of; a farmer, in ' Central Illinois,
He sews rye among his corn at the
last dressing„which giyes at ;the ;time
of thegnthering Ofizieirovith'Of green
huski-dg, the sheep are
turned`, inio thO fields, . and remain
there all' winter, - being housed and fed
on hay in stormy weather only. Sheep
beilfigjight'do not Injure the land by
- Videgar:L-Hard cider will turn to
vinegar very BO* by exposing it to
the atmosphoria a warm' Als
lowing it to run.sloWly from one ves.
eel intp Another, over a platforrn;:-eov- -
crud with 'oak ehaving:ll, has:
ten the process." A feW-arnps of
red cabbage water, will niake the col
or deeper Ted, if people desire - it.•
Youatt, the famous veteri
nary surgeon, has :I;oen% bitten
eight or ton titneli%by rabid _animals,
says that crystals of nitrate of silver
rubbed into thev wound r will positively
preven i t.hydropbebia,in the bitten per; ;
coo or animal, -
\VHARTON & MAGUIRE,
.;' ikloll47lll4aboN,. PA.;
wn(sl. - tisAi.F... &RETAIL
• • DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic
Tho attention of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
and buyers generally, Is invited to the tact that we aro
new offering a BETTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can be Smut elsewhere In this part of the State, at
prices to suit the times. Our stook comprises all artiolee
In this I:ne of business, embracing a general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS need by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, kc„ &c., together with a large stock. of
Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Railroad and
Mining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope, .
Chains, Grindstones, Circular,
Mill and aosssCut Saws,
and Plain Hol
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Powder Cans
An exeellent nuortment of
Fix c tlary ,
KNIVES, FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, SCIS
ORS, RAZORS, &O.
BRITTANIA & SILVER PLATED WARE
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns,
CONSTANTLY ON NAND AND POD. SALT?,
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will find a general assortment of material for their use
consisting in part of
Carriage 73 - inimings, Hubs, Spokes,
Rims, Axles, Springs, Nuts, Bolts,
Washers, Malleable Irons, Pa
tent and enantelledLeather,
Whips, Tongues, Soc
kets, Shafts, &L..
gen be eupplied with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS,
HORSE AND MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kincli of Iron& Steel
Will find in our establishment a superior stock of
SASILCORDS, &C., &C.
MINING AND MINERS' GOODS.
NAILS, and*SPIIiES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, FUSE,
60AL PICKS AND SHOVELS.
Can be accommodated with everything in their lino from
a Grain Separator to a Whet-stone.
Aro especially invited to call awl oxasuine our stools of
awl comiare our prlcoo with others.
-' Comprising the famous Russell
Reaper, Mower, and-Dropper, combined,
Ifundell's First Pro Minna lIORSII
Huy Forks, •
- • Trace and Halter Chains,
Cow Tit •
- Curry Combs,
Cards,,&c„ &c, &o.
. Among the specialties of our House, Nio doelre to call
attention to the celebrated
The east usivoright to lull which is vested in us. Send fur
actrcular and got full particulars of sane, and satisfy
yourself of its superior qualities.
Scales of all sines and descriptions, including
Tea and Counter Scales;
Grocers' and .Druggists' Scales,
Rolling Mill, Wheelbarrow, .Porle,' Port.
. able, Hopper, Miners and Trans
portation; Hay, Cattle and
• Coal Scala, •
FURNISIIED AT MANUFACTURERS'
The largest and best assortmont of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & POTTY,
Ever offered in thin pineo
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES.
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND 'BRADS,
By the keg. Very low I
Dart Norway nail, rod, bar an boor!, Iron. ,
STEEL, of all sizes and descriptions
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
barrel or gallon, at very low figures
syyr ACM' is respectfully s'olicited, feeling confi
dent that our goods and prices will nut fail to
- '44 MAGUIRE,
liatitiotbiti,. Vey 7, 107.
JAS. A. BROWN
Now located In the splendid storeroom in his new
MA,MNIOTH BRICK BUILDING,
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON, PENNA.
Wore at WHOLESALE and RETAIL an ittlMOWle
• Block and ondleao Yealoty of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Paints, Oils, Glass,6lc
AT REDUCED PRICES.
ELEVEN YEARS diligent attention to business In the
Hardware trade In this place, has given me au expert.
ence thagenablcs me to secnro groat ad vantages for my
euitomere In the selection of the beet standard brands and
reliable qualities of goods.
Buying for cash direct from the manufacturers, and be
ing In almost daily receipt of goods, bought since the de
cline In prices, I can offer rare advantages to buyers.
My stock embraces a general assortment of
TOOLS AND MATERIALS FOR
And all other kinds of Mechanics.
Will find hero a superior stock of
Walla .u.cl Mprim.es,
LOGICS, BOLTS, BORE ITTS, BIN
GES, FINISHING NAILS,
Miss and Pntty, OH and Paints
Colon of all kinds, Paint Brushes, Varnishes, &c.
Wass cat to any sizo.
ww flud a well nolo cted stock of
Disston'sand Spear & Jackson's Saws,
Auger., Anger Bits,Gauges, Saw seta,
Braces, Hatchets, 'Oilstones, Files,
BORING IIIAOIIINBB, with two cranks and Rim nu
gore to each.
I bare a fine variety of enameled, Tinned and rho,,
Pens, Skillets, Bust Pans, Scrub Brushes,
Waffle Irons. Brass Kettles, Bath Bricks.
Iron Tea Kettles, Knives and Parks,
Coal Buckets and shovels, Toe and Table Spoons.
Brittrinnia and SILTER-PLATED WARE,TabIe Castors
Brass Stair Rods, and a splendid stock of Harrisburg
STONEWARE, including crocks with lida as largo an six
Champion cog wheel Clothes WrillEOP,
With slate hnprovement. This le now tho very best
and most desirable Wringer in the market. Ilaving the
agency for this place I can soil them strictly at the man
ufacturcee prices. All warranted.
Will be supplied with
norm shoes, /torso nails, 'Stocks and Dies,
Norway Nail Rods, Files,
Iron and Steel Anvils, Buttresses, '
Vices, Bellows, and other tools in their lino
CARRIAGE & WAGON-MAKERS
Will Red s supply of
Carriage Oil Cloth, , Carrhigo end Fire Bons,
Trimmings, Seat sticks, Drop black tooth Varuislt,
Pollees, Spokes and Hubs, Dash and enameled Leather,
Shafts, Tongues, Spoke Augers,
Sleigh Onnuerd,Fenders, and other materials.
Comprising Table Knives and Perlis of best American
and English styles and qualities, Carvers' Butehor knives,
lissors, Shears Scissors, Pruning Knives, Ind Priming
Shears, and the largest varietii of styles of
To be found in central Pour...Own:lla, including NVoe
torkholm'e famous IXL cutlory.
Ae lieret•fore will find hero tho best ansurtment of
Tools and Findings in dateline of trade, consisting of
Hammers, Pincers, Lasts, Pegs, Awle,
Measuring Sticks and straps Eyelets, Shoo Thread,
Forepart and ehank Irons, Wax, Bristles,
Burnishorn, Welt Knives, Stool and iron Shoo Nails,
Sticking Gauges, etc, Round bead naps, etc., ,
SADDLERS & HARNESS•MAKERS
Are also proVided for. Saddle Trees - of the beet Pitts
burg make, Girthing, Straining, and Rein Web, Stirrups,
names, Pad Trees, and a full variety of Silver, Brass and
Japanned 'farness Mountings, &a., .s:e.
And others wilt see that my stock comprises many u.a
ful articles in their line, such ae •
Scythes, Rakes ' Spades, Pointing axes,
Shovels, Forks , Hoes, Grindstones Wove wire,
Garden Rakes, Urea Lamas, DISSTON'S . MILL SAWS,
Truce Chains, Halter chains, circular, Crosscut, Wood
Curry combs, Horse brushes; and Meat Saws,
Wagon Jacks. 'Post Augers,
Shovel Moulds, Manu's excel Trowels, Ac.
Also, two or three kindiof the best ,
HORSE HAY FORKS.
Made in tbo 'United States and by which !a load of hay
can bo token from the wagon to the mow In Owl!: live
minutes. These forks save..tabor, bay and money, and no
thrifty former eon afford to do without ono. Tho
has been extensively used and gives great watisfactlon,
I warrant all the forks I soil. • •
COAL OIL LAMPS & LANTERNS
COFFIN LACES and all Trimmings for Cabinet-makers
CHEAP WOODEN PUMPS.
The merit of these pumps is shown . by tho faVhat the
demand feV them is rapidly Increasing everywhere. There
is no iron in them to corrode and injure the water. They
are light and convenient, so that every man can pat in
bis own pump, the whole only costing him about one half
the price of other pumps. Pumps, and woodeh pipe to
suit them, proMptly shipped by railroad on receipt of or.
dere. Give depth frOm floor to bottom of well.
Torra Cotta DRAIN PIPE, Not Air REGISTERS fig'
Ceilings, COOK STOVES, of any Inginfd gesling.
TAMES A. BROWN.
Don't forget the SIGN OF THE PADDOOB.
Huntingdon, April 100607.
DAINTS FOR FARMERS AND
A_ o'2llEllB.—Th° Grdften Mineral Paint Co. are now
manufacturing the Pest, Cheapest and most Durablo
Paint in use two coats well put on, mixed with pure
Linseed Oil, will last 40 or 15 years ; it is ofa light brown
or beautiful chocolate color, and can be changed to green,
lead, stone, drab, olive, or cream, to suit the taste of the
consumer. It is valuable for houses, barns, fences, car•
rlage and car makers, pails and wooden-ware, agricultur
al implements, canal boats, vessels and ships' bottoms,
canvas, metal and shingle roofs, (it being Jiro and water
proof), floor oil cloths, (ono manufacturer having used
5000 bids. the past year,) and as n paint tar any purpose
is unsurpassed for body, durability, elasticity,. id adhe
siveness. Price $6 per bbl. of 1001118., which will supply
a farmer for years to come. Warranted In ail cases as
abort,. Send for a circular which glues full particulars.—
None genuine sinless branded in a trade mark Orafton
Mineral Paint. Addle., DANIEL BIDWELL,
eel-6m 054 Pearl stroet, New York.
414. T ro Bartels of the ahoy° paint for solo at LOIN la'
21.23, 25, ei 27BROADWAY, N. Y.
OPPOSITE BOWLING GREEN
ON VIE EUROPEAN PLAN
The STEVENS HOUSE is well and widely known to the
travelling public. The location is especially suitable to
merchants and business men; it is in close proximity to
the business part of the city—ls nn the highway of South
ern and Western traref—and adjacent to all the principal
Railroad and Steamboat depots.
TILE STEVENS MOUSE has liberal accommodations
for over 300 guests—it is well furnished, and possesses
every modern improvement for the comfort and entertain
moot of its inmates. The rooms are spacious and well
vent lated—provided with gas and water—the attend
ance is prompt and respectful—and the table Is gener
ously provided with every delicacy of the season—at mod
erate rates. The rooms having been refurnished and
remodeled, we are enabled to oiler extra facilities
for the comfort and pleasure of our Gnests.
GEO. K. CHASE & CO.
Aeg. 14, '67-oto. raorairroas.
FOB. 43.1TUAILINOUS COAL.
NO DUST! NO GAS!! NO DAMPERS!!
J. REYNOLDS & SON,
N. W. Corner 13th & Filbert streets,
Soto Mattufacturere of the Celebrated
WHO U AIR-TIGHT
GAS-CONSUMING 11 E A T E it,
WITH 'PATENT DUST•SCItEEN
For mom of management without any drunpora, Durn•
With Simplicity, aml , F.conotny, this Mater has no su•
',odor in this country. They are ail guarantt•n‘l4p_glyct
'whtionnttom—liatimatermaderTrairatolia - Fie.
Low .Down Grates,
• Portable Heaters,
Ventilators, &c., (0e
, Eend for ono of our Illustrated Pomphlots. [opl.o-ly
628. HOOP SKIRTS. 628.
WM. T. ITOP.KINS
• ''OWN .MAKE."
After more num./Sec years expe.dence end experiment
ing in the manufacture of &MGM Van QUALITY
11001' SKIRTS, we offer our Justly celebrated goods to
merchants and the public in full confidence of their su
periority over all others in the American market, and
they are so acknowledged by all who wear or deal iu
them, as they give morn satisfaction than any other
Skirt and recommend themselves in every respect: Deal- -
era in (loop Skirts should make a note of this fact. Ev
ery lady who has not given them a trial should do so
without further delay.
Oar assortment embraces every style, length and size
for Ladies, Misses mid Children. Also, Skirts mado to
order altered and tepaired.
Ask for "Hopkin's Own - Make," and be not deceived.—
See that the letter' H" Is woven on the Tapes between
each [loop, and that they are gawped "W. T. 110PKINS,
MANUFACTURER, 628 ARCH STREET, PIIILAD'A,"
upon each tape. No others are genuine.
Also. constantly on hands full line of good New York
and .Ea,tern made Skirts at very low prices, Wholesale
and Retail at the Philadelphia Hoop Skirt Manufactory
and Emporium, •
NO. 628 ARCH STREET, PIIILAD'A.
WM. T. HOPKINS.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
Excellent for Etiolates and Weakly Persons.
Used by hundreds of Congregations for Church or Corn
VINEYARDS—Los Angeles, California, and Passaic,
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE, Four Years Old. This
justly celebrated native Wine Is made from the juice of
the Oporto Grape raised in this country. Its invaluable
Tonic and Strengthening Properties are unsurpassed by
any other native aloe. Being the pure juice of the grape
produced under Mr. Speer's own personal supervision,
its purity and genuineness are guaranteed. The young
est child may partake of its generous qualities, and the
weakest invalid may use it to advantage. It is particular
ly beneficial to the aged and debilitated; and suited to the
various ailnuints that Millet the weaker sex. It fs in ev
ery respect A WINE TO BE RELIED ON.
Invalids use Speer's Port Grape Wino; Females Use
Speer's Port Grape WinevWenkly PersonArina a Benefit
by Its Use; Speer's Wines in Hospitals aro preferred to
Principal Office, A. SPEER,
No. 243 BROADWAY, opposite, City Hall Park, N. Y
Sold by John Brod, and Samuel Smith, Druggists, Hun
MPSU I , T
-4 ' l4 7"tily -b ii/ArrAiv OARMON'S.
A LARGE VAItIETY of articles too
num eroue to mention, for role at LEWIS
nmily Grozery. Call end see..
CUNNINGHAM & CARMON
10,000 DOLLARS WORTH
NEW & FASHIONABLE GOODS
Front the eastern markets, which they can, with profit,
sell at lower figures than can be sohl at any other house
In the county. ,
PRICES TILE BANE AS BEFORE TIIE WAR
A good Calico Dress for a Dollar & aLevy
THE BEST HEAVY MUSLINS
Lower than they can be bought outside or Philadelphia
THEIR STOCK IS, IMMENSE,
Consisting of eve's) tiling that eye can fancy or itenrt wish
Comer alld sco their fine atsortruent of
LOWER than aver beforo also
•EVERY KIND OF SUGAR
At greatly reduced prices
COMWAND SEE OUR STOCK
and do not pay high prices any longer
Cunningham & 'Carmon,
THE undersigned would respectfully
announce that, in connection With Hick TANNERY,
they hove Just opened a splendid assortment of
Consisting in part of
FRENCH CALF SKIN,
Together with a general assortment of
The trade le invited to call and °vendee our stock,
Store on HILL street, two doors scout of the Presbyte•
The highest prim paid for HIDES end DARK.
C. IL MILLER & SON.
Huntingdon, may I, 1567
Authorized WAR CLAIM AGENCY
HUN TIN GD ON, PA
SOLDIERS' HEIRS, ATTENTION !
The act of Congress approved March 2, 1867, gives to
Helm of Soldiers who died prisoners of war,
COMMUTATION FOP. RATIONS,
for the time the soldier was so hold a prisoner, at the
rate of twentpd ye cents per day, to be paid is the follow
ing order: let. To the widow, if unmarried; Id. To the
children t Sd. To the parents: to both jointly if they are
living, If cu ls dead, to the survivor; 4th. To the bro•
there and sisters. •
The act of February 28, 1867, provides for the refund
ing of the $2OO Commutation Mousy, where the same per
SOH was again drafted, and was required to enter the ea
vice or furnish a substitute.
The act of Maroh 2,1801, also makes provisions for She
payment of the
$lOO ADDITIONAL BOUNTY
to such soldiers as hare accidentally lost their dlsehar
AU persons having any claims tinder any of the above
mentioned Acts,or any other kind of claim against the
United States or State Governments, can have them
promptly collected, by addressing the urdersigned. In
formation and advice cheerfully given to soldiers or their,
friends, free of charge.
W. U. WOODS,
Aldhorired Army and Navy War-Claim Agent,
may 9,21867 Iluatingdou co., Pa
MUSICAL. INSTRUMENTS AND
rII3M. GREENE has removed his
. Music Store, to thesecond floor of Loader's build
ng, where be keeps constantly on hand STEINWAY &
SONS' and OAEIILE'S Piano Manufacturing Company's
PIANOS, MASON & HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS and
CARHART, NEEDHAM & CO.S' MELODEONS; Guitars,
'Violins, Fifes, Ftutes; Guitar and Violin Strings.
MUSIC BOOKS—Golden Chain, Golden Shower, Golden
Censer, Golden Trio, &c., &c.
SHEET MUSIC,—IIe is constantly receiving from Phil.
atielphia all the latest music, which persons at a distance
u ishing. can order, and hire sent them by mail.
Also GROVER & BAKER'S Celebrated SEWING MA
CHINES—the only machine that, in addition to every
kind of sewing, embroiders perfectly; sewing Silk and
Cotton of all kinds and colors for machines.
Persons buying Sewing Machines fully instructed in
the use of them. -
AsTr- Pianos and Organs Warranted for flee years.
Those wishing to buy any of the above articles are In
vited to call and examine mine before purchasing else•
whore My prices are the same, as in New York and'
Circa:ars of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly
upon application \Gib any additional information desired.
B. M. GREENE,
Hill street, Huntingdon, Pa.,
m314%7 Second floor of Leister's new brick building
J. M. GREEN & O. BEAVER
Having entered into partnership, Inform the public that
they are prepared to execute all styles of
Plain and ornamental Marble Work
Such na 11IONtkIENTS, HEAnSTIZANES,
Wolk, at as low prices no any shop in the county.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to. •
Shop on MIFFLIN street, a few dooie cast of the Lu
theran chinch m:h6,1869 •
AirATtBLE YARD. The undersigned
Li would respectfully cell the attention of the citizens
of Huntingdon and the adjoining counties to the• stock of
beautiful marble now on hand. 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, kc., will bo
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, boibro you purchase olsowlfirre. • ni l tbki
Omer of 516ntgombry and Math' >Va.; Ithi f WlLL AMS.
tin on, Pa.
Huntingdon, May 16 1155. • '
:rho best always for sale at
Lewis' EABtLY GROCF,RY
Fruit Preserving Solution,
von THE PIIFIEUWATION OP ALL EINES OP
irEGETARLES, JELLIES, WINES, CIDER, ,to
Without Sugar, and without Expansive Sealing
or Airtight Tare.
One Bottle will Preserve 128 Pound, of Fruit, or 48 Gal
lons of Dine or eider.
CHEAP, ILEALTLIFUL AND EFFECTUAL.
This Solution, when properly need, effectually pro
yenta fermentation or decay of fruits, and, by the most
simple and inexpensive process every variety may be
kept in a fresh nod perfectly wholsomo condition the
year round. It is no now and uncertain experiment,
but has been in practical Imo for , the past eight yore.
yot has been, for the most part, kept from the public for
the purpose of ascertaining the result of a series of ex
perimenta, all of which have proved the validity of all
that is now confidently claimed for It. ,
/fruits preserved by this Solution are as good as the
best "canned" fruits, while the use of the solution avoids
the trouble bf sealing, costly Jars or cans, keeping from
the air and light, frequent examlnatione;and the many
other troubles and annoyances well known to every
housewife. . -
Fresh native fruits the year round have become almost
a household necessity, both on account of their healthful
no is andns a luxiary; and by the use of this solution ads
great luxury is within the reach of every family, rich or
poor, in the land,'as all kinds of fruit may be presorved,
during pleasure at less titan one-half the expense of any
Tho solution' is 'perfectly free from 'Objection on the
score of health. Professor Bache, under date "U. S. Na
val Laboratory, New York, September 14, LIM," says :
"Ny direction of tho Chief of the,Bureau of 3ledicine nod
Surgery, I hem examined ypur Preserving Solution, and
meats end fruits preserved by It. I have a high opinion
of its value, and believe it can be used in the preserva
tion of those articles in a fresh state for the army and
navy very advantageously. The Eolution 'is perfectly
free from objection on the score of healthfulness:l_, --
Other certificates from tifstingurehednhernists, confirm
ing the above, can be seen and hod where the volution is
sold. It is claimed :• -
1. That Spcar's Boliillon proservoe the flavor of ell
kinds of native fra'ts raoro perfectly and durably than
can be done in any other way, and at much less trouble
2. That the use of the Solution renders it unnecessary
to use airtight or cipenelve jars or cans, and also avoids
the inconvenience of hermetically sealing and' keeping
from thee's, heat, light, eta;
.3. That the use of the Solution admits of the keeping
of the fruit In Tessele of any size, even in kegs 'os barrels
4. That the use of the Solution allows the Shipment of
the fruit by salt or fresh water, in the hottest weather
without danger of loss or injury ;
5. That It Is invaluable In the preserving of Tomato,
Peach, Pear, Apple, Quince and other Sduces, Winos and
Cider; also for all kinds of Spiced Fruits; that these alone
recommend It to every family, and to use It once -will
guarantee their approval.
• L. U. SPEAR, Prapriator.
RCS- For tale at LEWIS' RAWLY GROCERY, hunt
ingdon, Pa. [au2l-tf
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST - AB,
A PERFECT T73ME•PIECE FOR ONE DOLLAR.
Let ovary Hormekeepor, Farmer, Mechanic, and Travel
or buy our
SOI 2, WATCH;
or Perpetual Portable Sun-Dial.
Warranted to keep True Time for every Day alike Year
This valuable lustrinent, which is warranted by us to
give the true time of day throughout the year. Is con
structed on strictly ecientidc principles, being baud on
astronomical tables end calculations. and affording the
truest measure of tints which human ingenuity and skill
can devise. exceeding in accuracy and reliability theutost
perfect chronometers, whilst the low price at which we
offer it to the public places it within the reach oral!. Its
portability makes it convenient for travelers, and to every
farmer or householder ft must prove invaluable to regu
late their clocks and watches by the most infallible test
recognized by science.-
The mode of using Po, "Solar yetch" to the simplest
that can be devised. After screwing the Style or Giro.
mon In its place In the moveable brass heed and setting it
directly over the straight line corresponding to the date,
or that nearest to it on the cylinder, the instrument it
placed upright in the sunshine in Ruch a position m wilt
throw the shadow of the Style, directly upon the line un
der It. After plscing tho plUmb-line. by 111./1.311 of its
bans atttialimant, nt a ight angle with and to the left of
the Style, in order to act the cylinder perfectly level, the
point whore the extremity of the shadow fulls, and its
distance from any of the wavy or cross lines exhibiting
the morning and corresponding afternoon hours, will in
dicate the true, time of day. •
The whale apparatus, consisting of a Cyllndersand Dia
gram, moveable Dram Ilead, Style, Plumb line, and Dress
attachment for the same, neatly put up in compact hexe r .,
is sold by us 'at the Incredibly low price of OND DOLLAR.
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and retail, by
IitiVENS, PADRE &
31 North Ninth Street, Phllada.
.For sale, wholesale and retail, at tVm. Towle' Book
Store, Huntingdon, Pa. Agents wanted to sell the artiolo
—apply immediately. WM. LDWIS,
set Agent for Huntingdon county.
,:._._....7,„,,,,t ..52,- , ...• 7 , 4 7r_
READING, RAIL ROAD,
Nowlin! 25f ISM
,GR EAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
North and North-N0.4 for PHILADELPHIA, Not
YORK, READING, POTTSVILLE, TAMAQUA, ASHLAND, LEBANON,
ALLENTOWN, EASTON, EPHRATA, LITIZ, LANCASTER, COLON
DIA, dm, dc.
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as follows At
3 00, 5 25 and 8,10 A. 31., and 205 and 9,85 P. 31., connect.
hog with similar hail's on the Pennsylvania 11.12,arrIving
at New York 5,10, 10 15 and 11 50 A, 51., and 3,40. 'and
930 P. M. Sleeping care accompany the 3OD a m and
935 p. no. trains u ithoui change. . ,
Loave Harrisburg for Reading,Pottsville, Warming,
Pino Grove, Allentown 'and Phila
delphia at 810 A. 51., and 2 05 and 410 P. 51., stopping at
Lobancn and pl inctpal way statlonm the 4 10 p. m. trr a
making connections for Philadelphia and Columbia eels
For Pottsville, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via Schuyl-
kill and Susquehanna H.R., leave Ilarrithurg nt 3 55 P
Returning, leave NRW-YoRK at 9 A. 11. 19 Noon, 5 & 8
P.M ; Philadolphia at 8,15 A. 11., and 3EO P. M Way Pas 7
Banger train leaves Philadelphia at 7 SO A. M. returning
from Reading at 630 P. or., stops at all stations: Pottsville
at 8,45 a. ar.. and 2 45 P. M.; Ashland 6 00 rind 12,19 a m,
and 2,00 P M; Tamaqua at 8.30 A 51.; and 1 and 8.45 P M.
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via' Schuylkill "and
Susquehanna Railroad at 7,10 a m. and 12 noon.
An Accommodation Passenger Train loaves Rcenixo at
7.30'A. M., and returns from PHILADELPHIA at 4,00 P. 51
• Pottstown Accommodation Train: Loaves Pottstown at
6,45 a. m., returning leaves Philadelphia at 5,00 p. m.
Columbia Railroad Trains leavn Reading at 7 00 A
IL, and 615 P. M., for Ephrata, Litiz, Lancaster, Col
On Sundays ' leave New York at 8 00 P. M., PhiladoL
phia, 8 a m and 315 P. 51., the 8 a m train running only
to Reading; Pottsville 8 A. M., Hunt 'hurg,s 25 a m, and
410 and 935 pm, and : Reading 100, and 7 15 a. in. for
Harrisburg,and 7 00n. m., and 11 10p.us., for Note Yorl4and
4.25 p.m. for Philadelphia.
COMMUTATION k MILEAGE, SEASON, scOOOL, and EXCURSION
TICKETS to and from all points at reduced rates.
• Baggage checked through: 100 pounds Baggage allowed
. • .
O. A. NICt3LLB,
Reading, Nov. 25, 1867. - General Superintendent
, - twsra,ilo , \ 9ll. •
„. "1 fv,Z km." - •
• . 9-0-44 1 u '
1i . 9
DENNSYLVANIA RP IL ROAD.
11 TIMM Or LEAVINO ON TRAINS
• WINTER ARRANGE. S yENT. '
BTATIOND: I N
A.M.] P. A.M. #.M. , A. M,' P M.I P.M
513 12 15 ...... N. ITamilton, •.. .. s ' ol
6 20 12 26 ...... Mt. Union,... 10 09 4 56 '.....
5 30 12 40 ' Mapleton, 4 45
540 82 60 '•-• ?dill Creek,'... 79 64 436
555 705 IOS 335 Huntingdon, 9 42i 423 10 66
814 1 30, Petersburg,— 9 27i 4 04 ......
621 1 401. • 'Barrel, 79.201 3 561 *
628 1 50 1 ili i i r rn m c i e n C g Le a t, 9
. 131 3 li s i
648752.2 15 4 21 Tyrone, ' 1 6 - 3 3-28 10 08
.7 01 227 , 'Tipton, 08 41 317
7 07 2 86 Fostoria 3 12
'7 12 2 42 Bell's dills,. 8 35 3 08
7 30 8 25 3 05 4 47 Altoona,. 8 20 2 50 0 35
The FAST 11 12 15
..111., and at 29
The CmcM to at
`a P. M. am
LINE Ilestivard leaTes
arrives at Huntingdon at 1, :
ESPREB9 Eastward it
id arrives' at Huntingdon al
LINE Westward, leaves
and arrives at Altoona at 9
P., M. at
.v. 2 , 131
o & BROAD TOP
- On and after MONDAY, OCT.- Urn,
Trains will arrive dad depart as follows
• Plaheicnt Grove,..,,
61t. 6 381
Rough do Ready,.
. SHOUP'S RUN BItANC
La 6 ;G ILL OIL 50 1 :a: ton
' • 0 051 10 05 Coalmont,
7 00 10 10 Crawford,
40 7 1513 R 10 20 Dudley,
I 'Broad Top City,
110othogdon Oot. 23, 1801. J011:2
r t i OR THE LADIES.
Ati.w. A f
o al t e n r . i fi e l a nt rtZ t i c e or o r t . N p o n te do P n l c r i % EnvoToie
PROF. .11. M'ENTYRr'Pk•O:REAT REMEDY,
111DIAI CO 01111
Internal and Externaf bike,
itiqr.Diarrhcea, Moody Pini In one
411- Headache and Earache in three . talantest.
4:0- Toothache in one minute.
Neuralgia in five minutes,
Sprain's in twenty minutes,
.4G3-, Sore Throat in ten minutea,,,, •
ASP- Cholic and Cramp in five minute!, •
.OLil- Rheumatism in ens day, •
von_ Pain in the
, Backor Side in ten minutes,•
*.eL. Bad coughs orljolds in one day, -
ekr,.. Fever end Agile in one day.
Oa. Cures fieafiem,:dathma, plea,
Bronchitis Affection!, Dyspepsla„
Inflammation of the Kidneys, trystPelay,
on. Liver Complaint and Palpitation albs Heart
Keep it' 'in your FamilieO • —Stelpiees'
comes when leastexpected. '
I propose to check; Cad effectually dissipate More ache
and pain. and to accomplieb more perfect equilibrium et
all the circnlatiffg piffle in the Oman system; than can
be effected by any other, or all other methods of medical'
aid in the same space of time. ,•, ,f, .
TIME POPULAR REMEDY latest coming into use;
the fact. th at; I cure, tree , of charge , ell these 'come
plaints whenever there is an opportunity to do - se. As
Soon wit is applied it alnieet Mireculonaly Salts the pain.
I de 'net ask - you to'liny before you 'are certain of its dß'
cleacy. If yon have an echoer pain, it IS warranted bed&
nil it purports on the label.
Irdo "not.propOse to care 'et;ery, , die"gaie;.- 2 ceeiy a dab'
named by my directions." lily liniment (manna op chem.'
tear and electric principlei, and le ; therefore. appliable,.
to the. cure or natural restorative of all organic derange.
mont arising from an improper circulation of the nerve
Prot J. mautfroi acts di
rectly on the absorbents, reducing glandular and other
swellinge In Incredible short, time, warm! -any. pos,aler
danger from its use under any *risible clicimstances:• •
.' This is an internal nudexterna medicine—co, pipmed of
roots, herbs and barits,eueli as •
our forefathers used.—
There lea bountiful supply on earth to cure all complaints!
if‘VOcinly know what they were.
This' hoe beau a great stndy, with the Bledieal riittity
for many years, to find out the kinds beet adapted to the
above complainto—hOw to put together, and what
proportions to one. :
p . 1.4 11;r0B..IWiT.
r P , „ ,
For sale at Lewis' Book ore/
Huntingdon, Boit. 60865. , •
• :• • ^ , -PifoIINTSCRE'S. - u
I - ' -
.For all diseases arieing (rota; one cause, .viz :Favor and
Ague Dyspepsia; 'Catarrh In 'the' Head," Wearand dlsor;
dorehtomach, such as Indigestion; Sick Ifeadache, Old.
dlness of the Head, Weakness of Sight, Wiody Ailments,
Rheumatism, and Rheumatic Dains,•Pains in the Beak or
Side, Nervous Debility, Lowness of Spirits,, Impurity of
the Blood, Blotches or •Eruptions of the Bodyi Gnwel,
Worms, &c., &c. Sold at 25 cents per 'box.' .
WILY . VEGETABLE
Thislnfallible medicine is warranted to expel worms In
all cases and may be given to enlldren Oat] ages, 'as they
are purely vegetable and perfectly harmless.
ria. Can be had at Lewis' Book store, iluutiogdon, Pa
Igm Mg mon tam
dT LtWIS , BOOR; STATIONERY & MVBIO STO2J,
OSGOOD'S Speller.lst, 2d, 3d, 4th and ith Readers;
URFEIPS Speller and Readers.
SANDER'S do do ' •de
Town's Speller and Definer, (old and new editions.)
Smith's, Bullion's and Brown's Grammars.
Flich's Physical Geography.
Warren's Physical Geography. ,
Mitchell's, Monteith and McNally's gleographies & Atlases.
Camp's Geography,, with Key to llitchell's Outline Maps..
'Webster's and Worcester's Dictionaries,
Quackenbos' First Lemons in Composition:
Quacicenbo's Composition and Rhetoric.
Greenleaf's, Stoddard's and Brooks' Arithmetic..
Peterson's Familiar Science.
Greenleaf's and Stoddard's Kays to Arithmetic".
Greenleaf's and Davies' Algebras. •
Greenleaf's Key to Algebra.
Parker's Juvenile Philosophy.
Parker's First Lessons in Natural Philosophy.
Willard's History of the United States.
Geodrich's " 4
Payson, Canton and Scribner's Penmanship, In elem.
Potter le Hammond's Penmnmihip in twelve number&
Academical, Controllers' and other Copy Books.
Davies' Elementary Geometry and Trigonometry.
Davies' Legendre's Geometry. '
Fulton & Eastman's Dock-keeping.
Book Keeping by Single Entry, by Hanford Fe Payson
Book Keeping by Single and Double Entry, by Hanatird k
Other books will be added and frirolehed to order
A full dock of School Stationery always o¢ band
Huntingdon, Pa. •
PAPER IPAPEIII'I PAPER 1! !
Tracing paper, .
• Impression Paper,
alik yaw for Flowers,.
lat Cap Paper,
Foolscap Paper, - - • - -
• Commercial Note'Paper, ,
Ladies' Gilt Edged Letter and. Note Paper;
Lidies' Plain and Fancy Noto Paper, -
White' and Colored Card Paper, in Packs and Blinks;
For sale at LEWIS' Book, Stationery and Music Store.
IF' -Kola Vinish'.Atlec
A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH LIKENESS,:
DONNELL' & KLINE'S '•
••- e • '
.Hip,Streei: two,, (;:s west. of
Lewis' Book• Store:: ,!.
- CALL ANp 4 SEE
• liuntipoion, Oct 4', 'BB-tr.::: ;
OIL CLOT WINDOW, SBADEk,
GILT. GOLD SHADES, , •' .
• . • 11.117SLIN • SHADES, • -
C . 9.l?v'4lif 3ASzAI4, ,
FULL ASSORTMENT "' - '
• AT-LEWIS' BOOK'STOR'E '
REVEM - TESTAMPS
' F 0 R" S,A E
AT _LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
29 A. M.
onv a Alto.
LE 540 P 51.
00 P. M.
Gr0121:51 3E 3 00W - ft
FOR Evpny.Elorty; '
CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER
KINDS. Call at .Lewis' ,Book &tor
and SEE ASSORTMENT.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.-
A good assortment of miscellanocuse and Schen
Books—Foolscap, Letter, Commercial and Note Paper.,o
Plalu 41111 Fancy Envolopes—Red, Blue and Black Inks—
Blank Books of numerous slzes—Penkt-Penclis,Pockpt and
Desk Inkstands, and every other article usually found In
a Book and Stationery Store, can be had at fair prices at
LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC, STORE.
A. M. P. M.
AR 9 30
1.9 7 35
complete Packet Ready Reckoner, in dollars
cents; to which aro added forms of Notes, Rills, Re
ceipts, Petitions, &c., togetber.with a set of useful tables
containing rate of interest from ono dollar to twelve thous•
and, by Lim singlo day, With a Cabin of wages, and board
by the week and day. For sale at,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
Otall. kinds, for solo wholosalo and retail at Lewis &
Co'a Family grocery.
AR 7 30 AS
l a 7 OILE
'CALL at D. P. GIVIN'S xou Nyant i
GOOD GOODS. - • ' • •
11111100 TS AN-1? sitoEs, of every Ta t:
_upriety • curiNiNquAso;,ciqtmoN.,,o.:
UEONTHIJ TIME BOOKS,
For d lila at
LEWIS' BOOK"AND STATIONERY SLOPE.