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LOST LITTLE ONES.—Looking at each
other across the river, across the
valley, are the white stones that mark
the sloooping places of our dead. The
little brown Mounds grow more fre
quent in the villge cemeteries, and sad
precessions have; of late, with mourn
ful frequefice, wound up the path to the
resting-place where the cradles, now
without rockers, lie silent and' dumb.
The tiny soul-buds, just softening
and swelling in the sunshine of pater
nal love, just throwing the dimpled
tendrils around our necks, and tumb
ling sweet, broken syllables in our ears,
aro, with one gust of snow swept away
and hidden in the ground. These aro
the empty chair,
the silent playthings,
the little dress, limp for the want of
the little form, and the crumpled shoos
that will ho dented no more with pat
tering feet; all wreathed with sad re
membrances of the happy hours when
the closed_ eyes danced with delighted
Wonder at each fresh sight of the now
tove for the little ones is all the
world round the same. The sparrow
croons just as tenderly over her "brow
nies" as the oriole over hers, clothed
in velvet and gold. Hearts are ineido
of us all, and no costly weaving makes
love the less or the more. Brown hands
can build castles in the air as deftly as
white fingers, and all wring with equal
sorrow at the wreck.
But think how full of pleasantness
the little lives have been; the unfinish
ed ring of their tiny years have been
plaited all around with love and blos
soms, the scent of the lilacs and lillies.
The memory of caressings that in after
years wo forget, these dear ones carry
with them'to heaven. Banished from
one paradise to another—from this,
where shadows sometimes drive away
smiles, to where there are no shadows
Sad it is to die.yoling. Is it not sad
der to die old ?
llowmany there are that have babies
that never grow up, that live life-long
in the memory as the little ones that
never wandered till we laid them quiet
ly down beneath that green coverlid
that needeth smoothing and softening
Upon that mysterious, unknown sea
that rolls all around the world, how
many little souls daily drift out: Moth
ers in every land are crying on the
shore, of their great loss, in anguish
and tears. But yonder invisible hands
welcome the little earth-orphans, and
celestial voices shout in glad delight
that another - angel is- born in heaven !
List of Jurors
For April Session, ISOS. Drawn; Febru
Themes 11. Adams, merchant, Mt. Union
Reuben Beck, farmer, Warriorsmark
Willidin Butler, shoemaker, Hopewell
John Brewster, merchant, Walker
Henry Clapper, farmer, Hopewell
Wm. S. Entriken, farmer, Lincoln
Henry Graffius, farmer, Porter
John - Gemmill, farmer, Porter
Daniel H. GTOVO, farmer, Penn
S. L. Glasgow, farmer, Clay
David Hamilton, farmer, Cass •
Thomas IL Holing, farmer, Shirley
George ffleffman, tanner, Mt. Union
Alex. Magee, farmer, Tell
Stephen Miller, farmer, West
George Mountain, farmer, Juniata
Geo. J. Nuneninkerearmer, Springfield
John Piper; farmer, Tod
-William Robb, farmer, Walker
George W. B. Sipes, clerk, Case
W. S. Thompson, inn keeper, Orbisonia
MartiwWalker, farmer, Barren
Jelin Zentmire, farmer, Porter
; TRAVERSE JURORS-FIRST WEEK.
John B. Appleby, carpenter, Dublin
Harrison Benson, farmer, Tod
Jonathan Brindle, farmer, Lincoln
George S. Baker, farmer, Springfield
Henry R. Beers, farmer, Cromwell
George M. Bell, farmer, Jackson
Andrew Crownover, merchant, Barree
Jacob Chilcoto, farmer, Cass
J. P. Chilcote, farmer, Springfield
John.G. Decker, wagon maker, West
John Dougherty, agent, Mt. Union
Janies Entriken, gentleman, Lincoln
David Etnior, jr, gentleman, Mt. Union
Isand Enyeart, farmer, Cromwell
Robert Gifford, farmer, Shirley
Eduard Herten, farmer, Tod •
Jetties E. Harper, farmer, Dbblin
Jacob Hoover, farmer, Penn
Jellies Hutchison, farmer, Henderson
Thomes Hamer, farmer, Walker
Joseph Isenberg, farmer, Warriorsmark
William Jackson, farmer, Jackson
John' H. Kennedy;J. P., Alexandria
Daniel Kaufman, laborer, Mapleton
John li:Li4hinor, J. P., Shirleyeburg
William Laced, carpenter,Porter
Peter Myers, tailor, Shirly
Jamsi - D. McNeal, farmer, Clay
SamuerMattein, merchant, Franklin
John A. 'Martin, farmer, Rarree
Alex.' North, farmer, Walker
A. P. Owens,'gentleman, Warriorsmark
George W. Porter, farmer, Jackson
Peter Piper, farmer, Porter
Jonah J. Reed, farmer, Carbon
Jesse Rutter, farmer, Springfield
Nicholas Reider, mason, Clay
John A. Shultz, farmer, Henderson
George W. Shultz, fernier, Lincoln
Philip Schneider, farmer, Henderson
George Steier, farmer, Cass -
Jacob B. Swoops, plasterer, Clay
D. T. Stevens, teacher, Clay
Michael Stair, farmer, Cromwell
Richard S. Stair, saddler, Orbisonia
George W. Thoinpson, M. D., Brady
William H. Walker, tinner, Alexandria
Franklin Wingate, carpenter, Barree
TRAVERSE JURORS-SECOND WEEK.
Jonas Buckwalter, farmer, Walker
Henry Brumbaugh, farmer, Penn
Lewis Bigtow, blacksmith, Jackson
William Bell, farmer, Shirley
Joshua Brown, farmer, Springfield
John C. Bolinger, farmer, Cromwell
Andrew Carberry, farmer, Hopewell
William Crownover, miller, Jackson .
James G. Carothers, farmer, Brady
John W. Chileote, farmer,
Samuel Douglas, farmer, Shirley'
A. W. Evans, J. P., Cassville
Samuel 11. Ewing, farmer, West
Gehrett, saddler, Cassrillo
E. A. Green, iron master, Brady
James L. Hunt. farmer, Clay
James llarper, firmer, Cromwell
Henry Harris, farmer, Walker
Henry F. Herten, farmer, Tod
Nicholas Isenberg, auctioneer, Alexandria
William Jordan, farmer, Cromwell
John Jackson, farmer, Jackson
James Long, farmer, Springfield
Samuel B. Linn, farmer, Springfield
Abraham Magellan, J. P., Penn
Samuel MoVitty, tanner, Clay
William McFaddem, blacksmith, Jackson
Henry G. Neff, farmer, Porter
Henry Neff, farmer, West
Philip Piper, laborer, Alexandria
D. M. Painter, manager, Brady
William Reed, Saddler, Penn
Daniel. Snyder, blacksmith, Porter
Edward Trimbath, miner, Warriorsmark
Samuel Work, farmer, Porter
John Zimmerman, carpenter, Tod
READ AND BE - POSTED !
TO THE NEWLY MARRIED
AND ALL ;IN WANT or
Now Furniture lc.
fp. undersigned would respectfully
announce that ho manufactures and ken's constantly
on hand a largo and splendid assortment of
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
WASH. AND CANDLE STANDS
Windsor and cane sent chairs. cupboards, gilt and rose.
wood moulding far mirror nod picture frames, and a cart.
cty of articles not mentioned, at prices that cannot fail to
Ito is ob,e agent for the well !mann Dailey A Decamp
patent spring Bed Bottom.
The public are invited to call and examine .his stock
before ptuchaving elsowhere.
Work and sales room on Hill Mica, near Smith, ono
door west of Yenta's stole.
Huntingdon, Aug. 1, INO
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
36 1 ' T.T .INTIT'"C3I7 Ei
Revectfillty invites tho attention of the Public to Ms
eland on Hill at., Huntingdon, in the roar of Georgeli
Smai 0. , Watch and Jewelry store, Phere he manufactures
and keeps nil kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a call.
Repairing of all kinds attended to promptly and charges
• • ..
45i . Also, Undertaking carried on, and Coffins made ID
any style denied, at allot t notice.
The subscriber has a
4 '. 11—, =+. 1 NEWMIND ELEGANT HEARSE
awl is prepabed to Mimi Eunarals at any pima in town
or country.. J. M. WISE.
Huntingdon, May 9,106 G-Lt
Can't Be Beaten !
J JOHN IVESTBROOK
Respectfully informs the citizens of Huntingdon sad
vicinity that ho hasjust received from tim city a Now and
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, &a, (De., &c., &a.
all of which he is prepared to eel I nt greatly reduced pricer.
Don't forgot the old stand MTh° Diamond. Old caeto•
mere and the public generally are invited to call.
Huntingdon, may 1, 1867
N EW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
lic tLat Lo has just
op i enn a el7. oldP
Runtia g dou,
A Fine Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
All or which Lo will coil nt fair prices. Quick sea and
Malt prrilits. Call and examinemy stock.
Manufacturing and Repairin g done to order ns usual.
Huntingdon, May 1,1867.
Ilasjust refusal (rum Itio east with njille
J o Q T,y 2 ,SHOES, GAITERS, &C.,
Which he offers to the inspection of his - en4tomers and
the public generally. Ito trill sell his stock at the mutt
and thoso who purchase once o ill eurely call again
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING dune in the neatest and wait exiled[
Call main Mr. Schaeffer at his shop on lUD street, a
fete dimes west of thu Diamond. nisd
Canned Peaches, Tomatoes, Peas and Corn
Spiced Lobster, Oysters, Chow chow, Worcestershia
sauce, French Mustard, HMO Radish, nipper entice, Cat
sup, Olive &c, and
All kinds of Syrups,
such as strawberry, pineapple, blackberry, &o
CALL AND SEE.
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
A. LARGE STOCK
Window Curtain . Papers,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
JOHN BATLE, W.ILITOODS, P. M. BAR; O. P. neLicriniax
JOHN BARE, & CO., Bankers,
Solicit accounts from Banks, Bankers & others. 'lnter
est allowed on Deposits. Ail kinds of Securities, bought
and sold for the usual commission. Special attention
given to Government Securities. Colleellons made on
Persons depositing Gold and Silver will receive the
alum in return with Interest.
ECONOMY IS MONEY SAVED !
The subscriber is permanently located in Huntingdon,
Xaud is prepared to purchase, or repair in theX
best style, and expeditiously, brake.
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
All articles intrusted to him will be returned to the
residence of the owner as soon us repaired. Umbrellas
and parasols for repair can bo left at his residence on lit.
Clair street near Benedict's,
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS.
HEMLOCK, PINE BILL STUFF,
Boards, flank, Shingles, Plastering and Shingling
Lath, constantly on hand.
Worked Flooring, Sash, 'Hinds, Doors, Door and Win
dow Frames, furnished at manutheturers' prices,
Grain and country product generally bought at market
rates. WAGONLIt .k BRO.,
aug2S-lf Philipsburg, Centro co., pa,
COUNTRY DEALERS can
_ buy CLOTHING from me In Huntingdon sat
WHOLESALE as cheap as they can in the
ties, as I have a wholesale store In Philadelphia.
Will find at Leiria' nuttily Grocery, evory
article usually kept in first class Grocery stores. Gall
for what you want.
FOR THE J.4ADIES.
A superior asticlo of Not. Paper and Envefopo
Onitablo for confidential correspondence, for solo at
.;E:W/S" BOOK h BTATro4vErer sronr.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Ever exhibited at HUNTING-
DON, Loose, and Strapped, in
every style, NOW OPENED, and
being sold at very LOW PRICES
JAS■ A. BROWN'S
HARDA ARE S TOE 3
A good stock of well seasoned
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES,
and a general stock of
Paints, Ohs, Glass,
Lj i 'LhLfjLt7
Including the late Patent
"ECLIPSE" COOK STOVE,
Which throws all other Stoves in
the shade and pleases so well
that everybody wants
Don't forget the SIGN OP TRR PADLOOK.
Allntlngtion, Jon ;/5, 'OB-te3
BA.SKETS, SLEIGH and
FINE HARNESS MOUN
e 5000 . 3 ,
A BARTON & MAGUIRE,
Foreign and Domestic
The attention of
'MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
and buyers generally, to Invited to the fact that Ise aro
now offering a BETTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
tbatt can be found elsewhere In tide pelt of the State, at
plea to suit the times. Our stock comprises all articles
in title line of business, embracing a general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, d.c., &c., together with a largo stock of
Iron, Steel, Nails, N.Spilces, Railroad and
Mining Supplies, 'Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones, Circular,
Mill and Cross , Cut Saws,
and Plain Hol
. low Ware.
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Powder Cans
An excellent nesol tmont of
1- 7 4.3a.(3 Cl.i.tl4zDx•sr,
KNIVES, FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, SOIS
• ORS, RAZORS, &O.
BRITTANI A. & SILVER PLATED WARE
Housel►old, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns ;
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALO
AT MANUFACTURERS" PRICES.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will find a general assca tment of material for their one
consisting in part of
Carriage Trimmings, Hobs, ,blokes,
Rims, Axles, Springs, Nuts, Bolts,
BraShers, Malleable Irons, Pa- -
tent and enamelledLeather,
Whips, Tongues, Soc
kets, Shafts, &c.
Ig= d'lrAlCuiii t.4- - 91%71 Si
Con be supplied with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS,
HORSE AN.) MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron & Stee
X9lll ilnd to our estabbatiment a superior stock of
SASH-CORDS, &C., &C.
MINING AND MINERS' GOODS.
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, FUSE,
t;OAL PICKS AND SITOVETS.
Z a val -1 11:XLIDX`Ei
Can be acconinnAated with everything in their Sue fro
a, (hail, Separator to a Whet-stone.
Aro especially Invited to call and oxanduo oar Mock of
and comparo our prices with others.
Comprising tho famous Russoll
Reaper, Mower, and Dropper, combined
It andell's First Branham. lIORSB PITCIITORE,
Traco and Hallor Chains,
Among the specialties of our Muse, we desire to cal
attention to the celebrated
Tho exclusive right to sell which is vested in us. Send for
acircular mud got full particulars of same, and satisfy
yourself °fits superior qualities. a
Scales of all Bina and dclicriptione, including
Tea and Counter Scales,
Grocers' and Druggists' Scales
Rolling .Mill, Wheelbarrow, Pork, Port
able, Hopper, Miners and Trans..
portation, Hay, Cattle and
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS'
CASH PRICES. -
The largest and host assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY,
Ever offered In Ulla place
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES.
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BRADS;
By the keg. Very low!
Best Norway nail, rod, bar an hoop Iron.
STEEL, of 0,11 sizes tlnd doseriptions
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
By tho barrel or gallon, of very low limos
.02T enll le rospectftilly sollcited, feeling cant!,
dent that our gouda and prices will not fail to
'WHARTON & SIAIUIRE.
liputlng&m. May 7,180 T.
FOR BITUMINOUS COAL
NO DUST! NO OAST NO DiIIIPERS'!!
J. REYNOLDS & SON,
N. W. Corner 13th & Filbert streets,
Solo Manofacturei 8 of the Celeblotetl
WRO U G HT-IRON, AIR-TIGHT
WITII PATENT DUST•SCIIEEN
For ease of management without any dampora, Dura
bility, Simplicity, and Economy, this floater has uo su
perior in Oita count, y. They are oil guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Estimates made free of cliaiga.
Low Down Grates;
Ventilators, &c., &c
Pend for ono of my Illustrated Pamphlets. taplOdy
No more Bald Heads !
No more Gray Locks !
ELECTRIC HAIR RENEWER,
Is pronounced by all who bare used it the very best
prOaration for the Hair. It is a positive care for Bald
ness, eradicated Dandruff and Humors, stops the hair
from killing out, and speedily restores Gray Locks to
their original hue and luxuriance.
It operates on the secretions end fills the glands with
now life and coloring matter. Thin, dead, Wed or gray
hair will always be brought back by a few applications,
to its youthful abundance, vitality and color.
It makes the hair soft, glossy, fragrant, pleasant to the
touch end easy to arrange. Dry, wiry and intractablo
locks become moist, pliant and diapered to remain in any
desired position. As a Hair Dressing it has no equal.—
The sales are coon mous and it is a universal favorite with
old and young of both mixes.
Sold by Druggiate throughout the United States. Ad
dress all Weis to
ZEIGLER & SMITH,
137 Nth. Third St, Philadelphia
E'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
Excellent for Felonies and Weakly Persons.
Used by hundreds of Congl °gallons for Church or Com•
VINEYARDS—Los Angeloa, California, nna Passaic,
SPHER'S PORT GRAPH WINK, Four Years Old. This
justly celebrated native Wine is made front the Juice of
the Oporto (Irm, raised in this country. Its invaluable
Tonic and Stlengthening Properties ore unsurpassed by
any other native it lee. Being the Mire juke 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 genmous qualities, and the
weakest invalid may 11,0 it to advantage. It is particular
ly beuenzial to the aged and debilitated, and suited to the
various ailments that afflict the weaker sex. It is in ev
ery respect A WINO TO BE RUM> ON.
Invalids m: Spool's Poi t Orapo *Mao; Females 1340
Speer's Port Grape Wise; Weakly Persons Flna a lionofit
by its Use; Speer's Wales in UoSpiriliS pie preferred to
Principal Office, A. spvurt.
No. :243 BROADWAY, opposito City HAI Park, N. Y
Sold by Job n Need, and Samuel Smith, Druggists, Hun
RICKEY, SHARP & CO.,
IMPORTERS, JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OP
Have the most elegant and diversified stork in this
market, at the very low prices incident to the groat
shrinking of values.
Their stock is composed wholly of now and desirable
FANCY AND STAPLE GOODS,
to which aro daily added the cheapest and choicest offer
ings of this and other mart ets.l
RICKEY, SHARP 4K: CO.,
727 Chestnut street,
628. HOOP SKIRTS. 628.
WM. T. HOPHIN'S "OWN MAKI:"
are the best and Cacao; we LOW PRICED Hoop Skirts In the
market. Trail Skirts, 25 gni logs, $1.00; 30 springs, $1.20;
and 40 springs, $1.45. Plain Skirts, IS tapes, 20 springs,
80 Cents ; 25 springs, 05 Cents; 30 springs, $1.15 ; and 35
springs, $1.25. Warranted in every respect.
"Our OWN Make" of "UNION SKIRTS," eleven Tapo
Trails, from 20 to 50 springs, $1.20 to $2.50. Plain. Six
Tapes, 20 to .5G springs, front 05 Cents to $2.00. Tin so
Skirts are hotter than those sold brother establishments
as first class goods and at much /ewer prices.
"Our OWN Slake" of "CHAMPION SKIRTS" are in
every way superior to all other Hoop Skirts before the
public, and only have to bo examined or worn to eon
yinco every one of the fact. Manufactured of the best
linen•dnished English Steel Springs, very mei for tapes,
and tho style of the motalic fastenings and manner of
securing them surpass for durability and excellence any
other shirt in this country, and are lighter, more elastic,
will wear longer, give more satisfaction, and me really
cheaper than all others. Every laity should try them
They are being sold extensively by merchants through
out this and the LOP:11011m States at very moderato prices
If you want the best. n•k tor "Ilopkin's Champion Skirt."
If you do not find them, got the merchant with whonl
you deal to order them for you, or dome or send direct to
us, filorellants will find our different grades of Skirts
exactly what they need, and WO especially invite them to
call and examine our °Atonalvo nsbortmont, or send for
Wholesale Paine List.
To be hod a Itotail of Slnun file:4m.y, and of tho Retail
Trude goucrally,Nand at Whulesolo of tho tlfauufacturer
only, to whom all orderer should Ito addrossed.
MANUACTORY Atus SALESRGO3I 62S ARCH STREET,
Batman 6th RIO ith Ste., Philndelphls,.
WTI: T, HOPKINS.
P . • ISAAC K. STAUFFER, go.
ITT 4 TOEMAKER and JEIVELFjI,
Ile. 148 North 24 Street, corner of quarM
An assortment of Watches, Jewelry, Sliver and Plated
Were constantly on hand.
SIITFABLE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS!
&if-Repairing of Watches and Jewelry promptly at.
tended to. nev.27-Iy.
- FR YOU WANT the BEST SYRUP
g° to ctiNmallTAm k CATIMONT.
CUNNINGHAM & CARMON
10,000 DOLLARS WORTH
NEW & FASHIONABLE GOODS
From the eastern markets calh they can, with profit,
cull at lower figures than too sold at say other !masa
in the county.
PRICES THE SAME AS BEFORE THE WAR
A good Calico Dress for a Dollar & aLevy
THE BEST HEAVY AIUSLINS
Lower thou they eau be bought outside of Philadelphia
TB.EIR STOCK IS IMMENSE,
Conshaing of everything that eye can fancy or heart wish
Come and one their fine assol tment of
, ( ' Come
EVERY KIND OF SUGAR
COME AND SEE OUR STOCK,
and do not pay high prices any longer
Cunningham & Carman.
CUNNINGHAM & CARMON
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, 5
For Sale at Wholesale Prices
SUCH AS, ALL WOOL
nu„ti.g.,..,.r01y 3, 1867. I
Authorized WAR CLAIM AGENCY
. SOLDIER.6' HEIRS, ATTENTION !
The net of Congress approved March 2, MN, gives to
Heirs of Soldiers who died prisoners of war, -
CONNOTATION FOR RATIONS,
for the time the soldier was so livid a prisoner, at the
rate of twenty-live coots per day, to ho paid in the
tog order :Ist. To the widow, if unmarried; 2d. To tin
children • ad. To else parents, to both jointly if they are
living, if either is dead, to the survivor; 4th, To the bro.
there and sisters.
The act of February 2S. 1867, provides for the *fund
ing of the $3llO Commn Money, nature tile Satan per.
eon wan again drafted, and nee requited to cntor the ear
vice or but nish n substitute.
Thu not of March 2, 1861, also makes provisions for tbo
payment of the
$lOO ADDITIONAL BOUNTY
to ouch soldiers as have accidentally lost their dtsohar
All parsons having any claims under any of the above
mentioned Acts, or may oilier kind of claim against the
United States or State Ovverionents, can kayo them
promptly collected, by addressing the uctlertigned. ID
formation and advice cheerfully' given to soldiers or their
friends, face of chai go_'
W. FL WOODS,
Authorize,' Anniy and Xavy Itter-Claint Agent,
umy9,21.807 titINTINODOX, Duraingclon co., Pa
‘7 1,1 0 1 11- -,- 1 11 COUP-' - '9 1 Z 41 ,3 1, 4 1 1 1 1
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND
- 111)p M. GRERNE has romoved his
AJ.lktuaic Store, to tho second floor of Leister's
ing, where he keeps emistantly on hand STEINWAY &
SONS' and GABBLE'S Piano Manufacturing Company's.
PIANOS, MASON & HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS and
CARIIABT, NEEDHAM & CO.S' MELODEONS; Guitars,
Violins, Fifes, Pinto; Guitar and Violin Strings.
MUSIC BOOKS—Golden Chain, Golden Shower, Golden
Censer. Golden Trio, See., Ac.
SHEET is constantly receiving fronrPhil
adolphia all tho latest music, which persons at a distance
wishing. con order, nod have sent Biwa by no ail.-
Also GROVIIIi & BAKER'S Celebrated SEWING MA
CHINES—tho only machine that, in addition to every
kind of sowing, embroiders perfectly; sawing' Silk and
Cotton orlon kinds and colors for machines.
Persons buying Sowing Machines fully instructed In
the use of them.
.tom Pianos and Organs Warranted for five years.
Those wishing to buy any of the above artialos are in.
vited to call and examine mine beforo purchasing else
%here My prices are the Barrio as in New York and
Circulars of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly
upon application with any additional Information desired.
B. M. GRESNR,
street, Huntingdon, Pa.,
Second floor of Leister's new brick building
2MlEl.7LirimiTiTgOr3f:lo C:1 Zta"
r 3 :l
J. M. GREEN & F. O. BEAVER
Having entered into partnership, inform the public tha
they are prepared to execute all styles of
Plain and ornamental Marble Work
Such MONUMENTS. HEADSTONES, alqo Building
Work, at a 3 low prima as any ahoy in tbo county.
Orders from a dlstance promptly atterltAto.
Shop on MIFFLIN street, a tow doors e'ltof of the Lu
theran church mch6,1867
ARBLE YARD. The undersigned
would respectfully cell the attention of the citizens
of tuntingdon and the adjoining counties to the stock of
beautiful marblo nu\e on howl. Ho is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, Mcnutnental Marble, Tomb, Tables
and Stones of every desired sizo nod form of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and carved nab appro
priate devices, or plain, as may suit.
Building Marble, Door apd Window Sills, 14., will be
fm Wished to order.
W. W. pledges himself to furnish material and work
manship equal to any in the country, at n fair price. Call
and see, before you purchase elsewhere. Shop on the
orher of 'Montgomery and Mifflin e'e.. Huntingdon, Pa.
Uuntingdon,lday 18 1155.
The best always for sale Bt
LETra r FAMILY GROCERY
Ile?'For School Books and School
Stationery of all kinds call at Lewis'
LOWER than aver Lam also:
At greatly reduced prices
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST AR
TICLE OCT. -
A PERFECT TIME-PIECE FOR ONE DOLLAR.
Let every housekeeper, Farmer, alochante, and Travel
er buy our
or Perpetual Portable Sun-Dial.
Warrantedto keep TrueTimo for ovary Day of the rear
This valuable Instrument, which is warranted by us to
giro the true time of day throughout the year, is con
structed on strictly scientific principles, being based on
nett onondeal tables and calculations, and affording the
tritest measure of time which human ingenuity and skill
can des Ise. exceeding in accuracy and reliability the moot
perfect chronometers, whilst the low price at which we
Offer it to the public places It within the reach of all. Its
portability makes it convenient for travelers, and to every
farmer or householder it must prove invaluable to raga.
lute their clocks and watches by the most infallible test
recognized by science.
The mode of using I.` , e "Polar Watch" Is the simplest
that can be devised. After screwing the Style or Gno
mon in its place in the moveable brase head and Batting it
directly over the straight lino corresponding to the date,
or that nearest to it on the cylinder, the instrument is
placed upright in the sunshine in Such a position as will
throw the shadow of the Style directly upon the line un
der it. After placing the' plumb-lino, by means of, its
brass attachment, at a right angle with and to the loft of
the Style, in order to set the cylinder perfectly level, the
point where the extremity of the shadow falls, and its
distance from any of the wary or crow lines exhibiting
the morning and corresponding afternoon home, will in
dicate the tano time of day.
The whole apparatus, consisting of a Cylinder and Dia
gram, moveable Brass Head, Style, Plumb line, and Brass
attachment for the same, neatly put up in compact boxes,.
is sold by us at the incredibly low price of ONE DOLLAR..
Manufactured and sold, wholesale and retail, by
YABRE b. CO.,
34 North Ninth Street, Philada.
ltE-For sale, wholesale and retail, at Wm. Lewis' Book ,
Store, iluntingden, Pa. Agents wanted to Bell the artitde•
—apply immediately. , LEWIS, .
see • " Agent far ... Huntingdon county-
will quickly restore Gray Hair
to its natural color and beauty,
and produce luxuriant growth. It is
perfectly harmless, and is preferred
over every other preparation by
those who have a line head of hair,
as well as those who wish to restore
it. The beautiful gloss and perfume
imparted to the Hair make it desirable
for old and 'yoting.
1 ; i For Sale by all Druggists.
DEPOT, 198 GREENWICH ST., N. Y.
- km et ONEDGUA
READING RAIL 'ROAD.
NOi'IiSIBEIC 25, 1987.
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
North and North-Went for PHILADELPHIA, NOW
Tong, READING, POTTSVILLE, TAM IQuA,, MIMI:in, LEBANON,
ALLENTOWN, EASTON, EPHRATA, LIToE, LANCISTER, COLLIN
IBA, &c., &E.
Trains leave llarrisbarg for New York, as follows; At
3 00, 5 25 and 8,10 A. 31., and 205 and 9,35 P. M., connect
ing uith similar trains on the Pennsylvania R.Rdwriving
at Nose York 5,10,10 15 and 11 20. A, 31., and 3,40, and
030 P: AI. Sleeping cars accompany the 300 ani and
0 35 p. so. trains without change.
Leavo Harrisburg for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua,
Minersville, Ashland; Pine Grove. Allentown and Phila
delphia at 8 10 A. M., and 2 05 and 4 10 P. 01., stopping at
Lebancn and principal way stations; tho 4 10 p. m. train
making connections for Philadelphia and Columbia only.
For Pottsville, Schuylkill !liven and Auburn, via Schuyl
kiiPand Susquehanna 11.10., leave Ilarrialmrg at 3 55 P
Returning., leave NFAE , PORK at 9A. 11., 12 No - on, 6A 8
P.M.; Philadelphia at 8,15 A. 31., and 3 30 P. H; Way Pas
senor train leaves Philadelphia at 7 30' A. 51. returning
from Reading at 030 r. ar., stops at all stations: Pottsvillo
at 8,45 A. PI.. and 2 45 P. M.; .Ashlai9l 6 00 and 12,10 a m,
and 2,00 p 51; Tamaqua at 8.30 A. 01., and 1 and 8.45 P 01.
Leave Pottevillo for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill anti
Susquehanna Railroad at 7,10 a m. and 12 noon.
An Accommodation Passenger Train leaves RE:Mtn at
7.30. A. M., and returns from PHILADELPHIA at 4,00 P:5l
Pottstown Accommodation Train Leaves Pottstown at
6,45 s. m, returning leaves Philadelphia at 5,00 p. m.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 7 00 A
OL, and 615 P. 51., for Ephrata, Litiz, Lancaster, Col
On Sundays, lefty° Now York at 800 P. 31., Philade'.
pith, 8 a in and 315 P. 31., thu 8 a 111 train running only
to lteadingvPottoillo 8 A. El., Ilarrl'hurg.s 25 a m, and
4 10 and 9 55 p m, and Reading- 100, and 7 15 a. re., for
Thirrisbeirg,and 706 a. m., and 12 40p.m., forNowYork,and
4.25 p.m. tor Philfulelpltin.
ConLIIUTATION, MILEAGE, SEASON, SCITOoL, and FacuamoN
TICKETS to and limgi• all points at reduced rates.
Baggage chocked through; 100 pounds Baggago allowed
• - 13. A. NICOLL%
Rending, Nov.i 25, 1807. . Cenral Superintendent.
DENNSYLV.ANIA RAILROAD. •
TIME OF LEAVING OF TRAINS
WINTER .A.BRAIRGP' MEM'.
WESTWARD. 1 EASTWARD
* di ;XI 9.1
td , i ,
irl . .
P. M.I A. 31.1 P. 31.1 A.M. . 1 A.M.I P. ILI P.M
513 ...... 12 151 liNT.Tramiltoni 6 - 01
5 20 .. :.. 12 26 ...... Mt. Union,... 10 09 4 09 .-...
580 ..... 12 40 Mapleton,..... 4 - 45
5 40 ...... 12 50 Mill Cr00k,... 211 64 436
5 55 7 05 1 08 3 34 Iluntingdon, D 42. 423 20 05
614 ..... . 1 30 ....:.IPetersburg,... 9 271 404
621 ...... 1 401 Illative ...... .... WO 201 365
628 ...... 1 501 SpruceCreoh, - 9 131 348 ......
:6 41 ..... . 2 05 Birmingham, 385 ..... .
048 7 52 2 15 4 21 Tyrone 8 63 328 10 08
17 01 ...... 2 27' Tipton, P 8 45 317
7 07 2 36 Fostoria 3 12
712..... . 2 42 Bell's Ake,-8 30 3OS ......
730 8 2.5 1 051 447 Altoona,. 820 2509 33
P. M.I A. 31. P.M. A.M. A.M. 0. M. P. M
FAST LINE Eastward leave; Altoona at 12 LI
and arrives at Huntingdon at 1 29 A. DI.
CFNCINNATI EXPRESS Eastward leaves Altoona at
. M. and arrives at Huntingdon at 5 40 P DI.
PAST LINE Westward, leaves Huntingdon at
21. and arrives at Altoona at 0 00 P. 111..
. 24. 1657.
H UNTINGDON & BROAD, Tap
On and after MONDAY, OM. Mil, 1867, Poem o*
Trains will arrivo and depart as follows •
STATIONS • ~
Acco:or.l MAIL AiTout. meti,
1 4 0
D. DI. 1 A. IG, A. Is. 1 p. 4.
LE 4 40iLE I 50:11untingdon, ... ..... .. An 030 an 411
502 8 10:AleConnellatowts, 908 3 57'
514 8 221 Pleasant Grove BOS - 3 4 , 3
531 828 Marklosburg, 833 330
550 853 Coffee Run, 823 3 15,
8 00 9 01 Rough & Ready,
,8 13 303
010 912 Cove, • " 758 264
6 20! 016 Fisher's Sutneale ' 703 250
AM 5 MAR 0 oo . An 7 35182 95
LE 9 40 Saxton, AR 2 25
10 00 Riddlosburg
10 OS [lopewoll, 2 00
10 2.1. - 9ipere Run
10 42 I:M.11110 .
10 00 Woody Run 1 07
AR 11 05 Mount Dallas 1
• • Le 1. 00
SHOUP'S RUN BRANCH.'
16 6 40 LE D 51SaxtOn . inn - 7 301 An 90 .
6 251 10 05 Coahnont 7 151 215
- op, 10 10 Crawford, • 7 10 ' 216
an 7 151.4 a 10 20 Dudley, ,12 7 051 LE 2 05
I jDroad Top C1ty,.....1
Huntingdon Opt, 23, 1867. 3011 N 3DKILLI,
THOMAS N. COLDER
The undersigned baying now entered into, the
gL o t xf i t , n o dr w li i i i ti ffel v v e r r, 4 l . h e e d p a u t bl a i% . a t r i e ma i s ntri . oa n ed
orders on the shortest motley.
TilOS. N. COLDER.
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