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DON,'T LEAVE! TB FARM,
Come, boys, I have something to tell you,
Come near, I would whisper it low—
You are thinking of leaving the homestead,
Dun't be in a hurry to gu.
The city has many attractions,
But think of the vices and sine,
When once in the vortex of fashion,
How soon the course downward begins.
You talk of the mines of Australia,
They're wealth in gold, without doubt,
But ah ! there is gold - on the farm, boys,
If only you'll shovel it out.
The mercantile life is a hazard,
The goods are first high, and then low,
Better risk the old farm a while longer,
Don't be in a hurry to go.
Tho great busy West has inducements,
And so has the-busiest mart,
But wealth is not made in a day, boys,
Don't be in a hurry to start!
The bankerti and:brokers aro wealthy,
They take in their thousands or so,
AID !• think of the cares and the troubles,
Don't be in ahurrY to go
The farm is the barest and surest,
The orchards are loaded to-day,
You're free as the air of the mountains,
And monarch of all you survey.
Better stay on the farm a while longer,
-,-Thoogh profits should come rather slow,
Remember, you've nothing to risk, boys.
Don't be in a burry to go 1
No fruit' has given higher and more
uniform profits, all things considered,
than the strawberry. A greater return
has occasionally been received by the
sale of Delaware and other fine grapes;
but a large outlay has been required in
these instances to place-the vineyard
under way. Our readers aro well ac
quainted with the success of John Knox,
of Pittsburg, and with the fact that
should not be forgotten, that hie r suc
cess is largely owing to the excellent
and thorough culture which he
his plantations; and to the care,Sys
tern, and elaborate skill used in pick
ing, assorting,. and packing his fruit
for market. We obeerved a few days
since, in looking over a Pittsburgh pa
per containing a list of revenue tax
payers, that his revenue was marked
for over $12,000 last' year (1805). This
is doing well .for a plantation of 50
acres...ln a recent conversation with
him' on the subject, he stated that 68,-
000 of this sum were raised from the
sale of strawberries alone, and that but
for the unusual and severe frost early
in the•senson he. would undoubtedly
have received $15,000 for them. We
have not, known an instance where a
strawberry plantation has been subjec
ted to good , management, including
clean cultivation, and the prompt ex
cision, of runners, that has not afforded
a 'handsome profit. Proximity to a
good market is always desirable; but,
so tempting and delicious are the best
grown strawberries, that they will
manufacture a market 'in almost any
place. We have had occasion to ex
amine a number of instances the past
year, where Strawberries of the best
varieties have been, raised by the man
ageirtent just alluded
.to; : and in these
cases the sales have amounted to about
$l,OOO. an iiere. - „ - The cgst , ef land, cal
tare, - stiperinti3ndonEe,- raid' id ark etibg
were variously from $250 to $5OO per
acre, leaving a- net - profit of $5OO to
$750. This net return may doubtless
be relied j onja all such ,cases for some
years to come, if the business is mana
ged with the best e-xperience and skill
and city markets are selected.
, _The , inquiry ruay, _occur, "Why do
.the- business; and
overdo it ?" The answer is, "Many
actually. do-enter it; but so rare is the
appieciation of the best managemeht
that scarcely one in a hundred gives
his plantation the ; attention it should
receive, and as a consequence his re
ceipts arc moderate or less ih amount."
TO GAM' FINE QUlNCES.—Quinces
are easy to raiso,provided they receive
a little attention. We have grown
samples the first season weighing a
pound each, perfectly smooth and
- Quince trees can stand about eight
feet asunder each way, thus giving
four to the square rod, or six hundred
and forty to the acre. .The fruit com
mands-good. prices,--and probably an
acre of ground could not be more profi
tably planted with any thing else.
Quince, trees need ground culture
Not by digging or plowing aboutlhem,
but by mulching with chips, spreading
on a coat of stable manure each fall,
and by applications of liquid manure,
espeoiallY urine. 'There should be a
few quince trees near the house, to re
ceive the urine Etna other slops, which
will not do., an, equal amount of good
to any.ptlistprbiluat..? This tidifinolit
will ensure such fruit as will bless both
theeye_and the palate. _
=_:_AY ENV: KIND •OF - 'new
method of putting down a well which
readily suggests itself to every man for
cleanliness and dnrability,,bas'recently
beep tried '"Vaith . succeas..`, The well is
dug ordinartlyuritil sufficient water is
ryhebeq'th'en a reservoir of lipose"storie
an ivuter = lime mortar, about four feet
deep,:is made in the bottom, so mor
tared. up. on the sides as to prevent the
possibility 'cd'any" -- diit or quicksand
getting in. •The well consists of largo
tile, commonly used for sewers, put
down within six inches of the,bottom,
and the earth filled_ in., this leaves
plenty of yooni for the pump, and the
top wamie.ciosing up carefully. This
kind of Well,rnever needs cleaning be
cause, if properly. made, ,no dirt can
ever get into it. The cost is consider
ably less than that of the ordinary well,
and it can be put down a great deal
LIQUID GLUE - v -Tire" following re
ceipt, the dieecery of a FrenCh chem
ist, isselling about .the country as a se
cret; for various prices, from one to
five dollars. It is a handy and valua
ble composition, as it does not gelatin
ize nor undergo putrefaction and fer
mentation and become offensive, and is
always ready for use :
Ia a wide-mouthed bottle dissolve
eight ounces of best glue in half a pint
of water, by setting it in a vessel of
water and heating it till dissolved.
Then add slowly, constantly stirring,
two and a half ounces of strong aqua
fortis (nitric acid.) Keep it well cork
ed, and it will be ready for use.
pay-Pulverized plaster of paris, mix
ed with a white of an egg, makes a
good e'anciant far elaina or glass Waro.
TO THE AFFLICTED !
AN ARTICLE-OF REAL MERIT
A Remedy that has been tried and stood the toot, not
only in an occasional case, but in every community
where used it hae beon pronounced the safest and moat
reliable remedy known for
LOSS OP APPETITE,
PAIN OR CRAMP IN TILE STO
MACH, OR BOWELS,
INTERMITTENT, OR CHILLS
AND FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES
As an agreeable and sate romody and au Invigorating
Beverage tt has no equal.
This valuable Bitters t composed of the essential pro.
pestles of roots—the medicinal qualities of olden have
bees easefully extracted. It la agreeable to the taste and
does not leave that unpleasant taste Jo the mouth for
hours afteS, that most medicines do.
Aa a Blood Purifier and Liver Tonic It has no equal.—
It contalus no calomel or other injurious drug, but le
For Dt - spepala it• cannot bo excelled. It contains no
thing injurious to the stomach, is mild and prompt in
its action and effects a permanent cure by removing the
cause of the complaint.
For Intel mittent Fever or Chills and Fever this /titters
is a epecitieSar:beeter and sorer than gittnino.
No (Molly should bo without it as the cost is ti Ming
compared with the suffering. that may be avoided by hive
leg it at Laud In ease of sudden attack.
Weakly Persons use the Oriental Bitters
Invalids use the Oriental Bitters
Dyspeptics use the Oriental Bitters
Females use the Oriental Bitters
TRY IT AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
Prepared only by
BUCHANAN & SMITH',
To whima all orders should be addressed
Price ;31.00 per bottle
For sale tiy all druggieti and denim ionerally. ml2o
FR RESTORER ,
unDß g ssigut
j vewptyle inoließoiat
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 fine 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 aid young.
'For Sale- by all Druggiebt.
DEPOT, 198 GREENWICH ST., N. Y.
Joint B %RE, 'R. R. ROODS, E. M. BARE, W. I'. new:mm*lr
JOHN BARE, & ca, Bankers,
Solicit accounts from Banks, Bankers . & others. Inter
est allowed on Deposits. nit kinds of Securities, bought
and 'sold for the usual commission. Special attention
given to Government Securities. Collections muds on
Persons depositing Gold and Silver will receive the
same in return with interest. •
ECONOMY IS MONEY SAVED !
The enbwriber le permanently located in Huntingdon,
Xand is prepared to purchase, or repair in the'
best style, and expeditiously, broken
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
All articles intrusted to him will be returned to the
residence of the owner as soon as repaired. Umbrellas
and parasols for repair can be left at his residence on St.
Clair street near Benedict's.
may2,lBl3Btl WTI. FENTIMAN.
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS,
HEMLOCK, PINE BILL STUFF,
'Boards, Plank, Shingles, Plastering and Shingling
Lath, constantly on band.
Worked Flom ing, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Door and Win-
slow Frames, furnished at mannfamurers' micas.
Crain and country product generally bought at market
rates. WAGONER. & BIRO.,
aug2Btf Philipsburg, Centre co., Pa.
COUNTRY DEALERS can
)1\,,1._ buy CLOTIIING from ma In llmitlngdon at
WHOLESALE as cheap as they can In the
ties, as I have a wholesale store in Philadelphia.
E VERY FAMILY
Will find at Lewis' Fatally Grocery, ovary
article usually kept in first class Grocery stores. Call
for what you want.
FOR THE LADIES.
A superior article of Note Paper and Envelope
imitable for confidential correspondence, fur sale at
LEWIS' BOOR ye STATIONERY STORE.
All kinds or country produto taken in exchange for
Goods at Lewis' Saintly Grocery.
ALARGE VARIETY of articles too
numerous to mention. for sal° at LEWIS
Nulty Ornery Callas:id esr
BELLS if. ! I
THE LARGEST STOOK 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
BASKETS, SLEIGH and
FINE HARNESS MOUN
A good stock of well seasoned
HUBS, SPOKES, FELLOES,
and a general stock of
Paints, Offs, Glass,
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 THE PADLOCK,
WHARTON & IrAGUIRE,
Foreign and Domestic
The attention of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
and buyers generally, Is Invited to tho fact that wo ere
uuw offering a BETTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can be found elsewhere in this part of the State, at
prices to suit the thnes. Our stock comprises all articles
In this line of business, embracing a general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKS3IITIIS, CARRIAGE and WAGON IGAKERS
JOINERS, Lc., fie., together with a large stook of
lron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Railroad and
Mining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones, Vircular,
Mill and Cross. Out Saws,
and Plain Hol
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Powder Cans
An extellont assortment of
KNIVES, FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, SCIS
ORS, RAZORS, &C.
BRITTANIA & SILVER PLATED WARE
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns,
CONSTANTLY ON lIAND AND FOR SALE,
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRIOES.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will end a' general assortment of material for their nee
consisting in part of
Carriage Trimmings, Subs,. Spokes,
Rims, Axles, Springs, Nuts, Bolts,
IVashers, Malleable Irons, Pa
tent and enanteliedLeather,
Whips, Tongues, Soc
kets, Shafts, &e.
Can ho aupplied 'with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, 'VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS,
HORSE! AND MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron& Steel
Will find to our establishmeut a superior stock of
_ _ --- •
SASH-CORDS, &C., &C.
VINING AND MINERS' GOODS ;
NAILS and SPINES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, FUSE,
rOAL PICKS AND SHOVELS.
Can bo accommodated malt everything in their lino from
a Grain Ropnrator to a Whet-gone.
Are especially luvited to call and examine our stock of
and compare our Prices with other's.
Comprising Ulu faamun Russell
Reaper, Mower, and Dropper, combined,
ItundelFs Mist Premium HORSE PITOIIFOItIS,
Trace and Halter Chains, .
Cards, deo., &c., &c.
Among tho opeciAltion of our House, we lustre to call
attention to the celebrated
The exclusive right to sell which is vested In us. Send tot
neireular and gat full particulars of same, and satisfy
yourself of its superior qualities.
Scales of all sizes and descriptions, including
Tea and Counter Scales,
Grocers' and .Druggists' Scales,
Rolling Mill, Wheelbarrow, Pork, Port
able, Hopper, Miners and Trans.
portation, Hay, Cattle and
Coal Scales, •
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS'
Tho largest and best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY,
Lea offered in thin place
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES.
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BRADS;
Dy the keg. Very low!
Beet Norway nail, rod; bar an hoop Iron.
STEEL, of ail sizes and descriptions
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
By the barrel or gallon, at Tory low figures
.01:F. A call is revectfolly eolicited, feeling coon
dont that our goods and prices will not fall to
'WHARTON & MAGUIRE.
MatWONT% 7, 1R67
THE OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM,
RICHARDSON & CO.,
126 MARKET STREET, PIITLASVA.,
To the Largest Manufacturing Confectioners and Whole
sale Dealers In Fruits, Nuts, Au., in the United States.
$25 AGENTS WANTED. $25
No Pant first•class A ion ti to in troduco our IMPROVED
STAR SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE.
The cheapest and best Machine in the whole country.
Extracrdinary Inducements to good, active salesmen.
Particulars and sample work furnished on application.
A. J. DUMONT, Agent,
feb26-3m 630 Arch street, Philadelphia.
- FOR BITUMINOUS COAL.
NO DUST! NO GASH NO DAMPERS!!
J. REYNOLDS & SON,
W. Corner 13th & Filbert etieeta,
Bole 'Manufacturers of the Colebrated
GAS-CONSUMING H E A T E R,
For ease of management without any dampers, Data.
Witty, Simplicity, and Economy, this Heater has no su
perior in this country. They are ail guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Estimates made free of charge. '
Low Down Grates, •, •
Portable Heaters, •
Registers, . , •
- Ventilators:, &e.,• cfac
send for ono of our Illustrated POrnphlots. taplo.l,y,
No more Bald Heads!
No more Gray Locks !
ELECTRIC HAIR RENEWER,
Is pronounced by all who hare used it the very best
prepaintlon fur the noir. It is a positive curo for Bald
ness, eradicates nand, off and Minors, stops the hair
from falling, out, nod speedily restores (hay Locks .to
their to iginal hue and Jun/mance.
It operates on the accretions nod tills the glands with
new life and coloring clatter. Thin, dead. faded or gray
hair will always be brought back by a fow applications,
to Its youthful abundance, vitality and color.
It makes the hair soft, glossy,,fragrant, pleasant to the
touch and easy to arrange. Dry, wily and intractable
locks become moist, pliant and disposed to remain in any
desired position. As a flair Dressing it has no equal.—
The sales aro enormous and It is a universal favorite with
old and young of both Sexes.
told by Druggists throughout thu United States. Ad
dress all coders to -
ZEIGLER & . SMITH,
p0r.27.1y SOLE PROPRIETORS.
137 Nth. Third St„ Philadelphia
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!
Excellent for Females and Weakly Parsons.
frac& by bramileds of Congreentionß for Church or Com
YIN 1.1'.1 Citilittllll, and Passaic
Sl' v PI WV GM PK WINM, Four Yeas Old This
joetly colobi earl native tt Ina is made iron t the ink. , of
the opal to Gran • raised in this eons try. Its invaluable
'lonic 111111 Sir. tigi honing reaper tire lire it (ISM p l4+Cli by
any ether waive tuna. IL.ing the pure juice of the wane
produced under Jlt•. Spoor's 051 perenmtl /1131)1.1 . 1,6jOil,
lit tawny and genuineness into guailinterd. The yeang•
st child may partake of its steneraus qualities. and the
u•reltn't invalid may nett it to advantage. 1t is Particular
ly benefin tl lo the aged and del Hite till. end stifled to the
swims aliment+ that afflict the weaker sex. It is in ev
ery ',Tees A RISE Ti) ItE lii LI CU ON.
lulu,lbis 1140 SIICer'S fort 611110 Wino; No , onh•s Von
Speer's Port °rap° Wine; Weakly Persons Fiat a Benefit
by Ito Speer's Wines iu Hospitals ttro proforrod to
othet N hoes.
Pi incißal office, A. SPEER.
No. 2-13 BROADWAY, oppoalte City hail Park, N. Y
Sold by Job n Reed, nod Samuel Smith, Draggllle, Ilan
The trado supplied by Johnson, Wonoway nod Cowden,
and French. Richards & Co., in Philadelphia, and by (leo.
A. Kelly, and Fahnes,ock`a, in Pittsburgh, at other
628. -HOOP SKIRTS. 628.
WSI. T. lIOPKIN'S "OWN 3IAKS"
aro the best and PHEAP ST Low Pezel-n Hoop Skirt; in tho
market. Trail Fkh ts, 25 springs. $1.00;30 springs. $1.20;
and 40 spell:p . .3, $1.45. Plam Skirts, G tapss. '2O springs.
80 Cents; 25 springs. 95 Cents; 30 swings. $1.15; and 85
springs, $1.25. Witrranted in every respect.
'Our OWN Make" of -UNION tioIRTS," eleven Tope
Trails, from 20 to 50 springs, $1.20 to $4.50. Plain Six
Tapes, 20 to 50 springs, from 05 Cents to $2.00. Th.se
Skirts me better limn those sold by other establishments
as first Cisss goods and at nmch loner prices.
'One OWN Make" of °CHAMPION SKIRTS." aro in
every way superior to all other hoop is before tho
'public, and only have to las examined or worn to con
vince every one of the fact. Manufactured of the hoot
linen-finished English Steel -firings, rely supei for tapes.
and the sty lo or rho meiotic fastenings and manner of
securing them surpass tor durability and excellence any.
other skirt in this con tuti y,ttil are lighter, more elastic,
will wear longer. give inure waist:tenon, and ate really
cheaper than all ethos. Every lady should try them
'They are being sold extensively by Ines chants through
out this and the adjoining States at very 'node; two prices
Tryout want the best. ask for ••llopk in's Champion Skirt."
II yon do nut find them, get the int reliant with whom
you deal to order illelll for you, or coin° or send direct to
us, Metchanto will find our different grades of Skit Is
exactly what they need. nail we especially invite them to
call and examine our extensive assortment, or send fur
Wholesale Nice List.
To be had at Retail at Manufactory, and of the Retail
Trade generally, and at Wholesale of the Manufacturer
only, to whom all orders should ho adamant!.
MANUFACTORY AND SALESROOM 628 ARCII STREET,
Between 6th and 7th Sts., Philo&!plan.
WM. T. B.OPKINS
nISAAC K. STAUFFER g/
WATCIIMAICER and JEWELER,
No. 148 North '2d Sired', corner of Quarry,
An neenrtment of Watches, Jewelry, Sftcor and Plated
\S'aro cone anti.) on hand.
MUTABLE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTSI
tended to . i
e"airing of Watchee and Jewelry prior,u.l4l.liyy.,at.
ALL KINDS OF TOBACCO
hole Palo nml retail. at
U[3NNiNuIIAM & CARMON'S.
air Per neat JOB PRINTING, call at
the "GLOBE Jua PRINTING 01 , MR," at Hun
0 I L
A chemical preparation of Lard, or Lard Oil, neutrali
sing its attraction for oxraw—the some of gum, kc.,
and imparting to it (by chemical affinity) , a property of
ATTRACTION. FOR METALS, '
whereby it le retained, to lubrieatiom,
from at least p to 50 per neut. longer than sperm oil. •
Br Thn,, $2.10; CASK, On 200 GALLONS, $2.05 PER GALLON•
To provide against leakage, etc, and for the conveni
ence of small consumers and retailers, the Oil Is put op,
in the requited quitntitas, at an advance to cover the
cost of the can, and a reasonable retail profit :
agalls., square cart, $l2 4l—Case, 212 Doz. - $24 86
- 7 62 " 2-12 4 . - 16 24
1 " " " - 2 74 " 6.12 - 1644
" . " " - 1 46 " 1 " - 17 62
Cane credited on return in order. Discount by case ) to
SEWING MACtUNE OIL
The Oil is also put up ne is Sewing Machine and Armor
Oil, In 3 to 4 oz., (white flint.) 25 ciente—packed in one
d0z., 1 4. and 4 grammes; in Fez.. 60 cents—packed in 1.
4 and 0 doz. cages; and in 24 oz., sl.oo—packed In 3 , 1. 1
and 2 doz. caws; sold by sewing Machine ngente, Snot
Close Druggists, 0 yours and Country Merchants. Ordure
received through the trade.
The Winter standard of the Oil is 35° to 40 0 Fab't
Oil in casks and bids. subject to return at. credit II Rh
in 15 days, sample lots 30 days, after dato of dollvery, If
Orders by par'd through Messrs. SIIITIT & CO
Manufacture.' supplies, Market stree ; B. BULLOCK'S
SONS. Wool, 42 south Front street, WM. StILLEITS & CO,
MitchlrifAtn, and thePIIILADELPIIIA MACHINE AGEN
CY, 6th and Minor streets, Philadelphia.
C. B. DE LA VERGNE, Au - r.,
Branch Manufactory, 106 Callowhill St ,
JAS. E. CALDWELL & .00. )
NO. 902 CHESTNUT STREET,
Manufacturers and Importers
'Of every description of
FIRST CLASS GOODS,
belonging to the Business of
love removed to their .
NEW: MARDI:E.: I St:ORE, :
Extending from Chestnut Street to Sansom Street. afford
ing ample room and convenient necessaries ' giving op
portunity for proper display of goods, and b etter means
for their examination. , -
With extensive and' favorable arrangements to We
Country and, in Europe, we are in a position to offer at
moderate FIXED' prices
Watches, Diamonds,- Bronv„e : Beill2artile
Goods, Silver Warss,,,Je7vslry, ,
usicar.thiker4,' 1 ' .''
and every description of
Strangers visiting the city are cordially invited to ex
amine our Neal Steno.
SPRING GOODS: • "
- SPRING, GOODS.
,tf :,.1 •
NO. 727 CiErSI7.NI7T STREET,
Ilarojnat opened, and offer at
' -• SPRING CIIINTZES ,
SPRING GINGHAMS, •
SPRING . DELAINES,
SPRING ALPACAS, AND
- POPLINS FOR SUITS.
RICKEY, SHARP & CO.,
727 Chestnut street,
tzr }. 4Lv. - NV
MUSICAL, INSTRUMENTS AND
SEWING MACHINES. •
M. GREENE has removed his
Nu+icj 4 tt. e. t., the.kceavl (l.sor Irivacen
u hero ostritautly 1,11 NW AY &
and GA P. 111. 1 ,2, Pi ma Mounl4ctu: Compala
ANIIS. MASON AAIUN'S CABINET ()ROAN, stn.l
GA ROA NCEDII AM A C MEI,ODEONS: Guitars,
%Wins. Fit's, Fltev; Goiter nod Striugg.
MUSIC 111) , MS—thlith . 11 Chain, Guidon :Amour, Guidon
0 • 11sel. Guidon l i t hi. Sc.. Ac.
—lle iA constantly rec , •it ing from Phil.
adelphin 01l the latest mit.ic. which i.ei viniS at n die/111CP
is Wang can order. and have sent them be mail.
Also GROVEII & It -11i 1,11%; CeWonted SIMINO MA
CHIN IV—the only linteigna that. In addition to every
kind or hewing. embroi.ltns perfectly • sewing :Ilk anti
Cotton of all kinds anti colors Cm 111.11111 VS.
Peraonv bu‘ing Sewing , Machine. fully insirneted in
tim MI of then:
Rip- Manna and Organ.; Warranted for live years.
Those wishing to buy any or tho aboyo articles On in
vited to call and examine mina bellao unrelnotiny., else.
VA here My pikes me the same us in Now York and
CU: u:hro of Instruments or Machines. gone promptly
upon application with any additional information desired.
11. M. UR MINN,
Hill street, Huntingdon, Pa.
mayS;67 Second floor of Leister's new brick bu ilding
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MARBLE YARD. --
J. M. GREEN & F. 0. BEAVER
Haring entered Into partnership, inform the public that
they are prepared to execute all etylea of .
Plain and'ornamental Marble Work
such es MONI.I3IP,NTS. HEADSTONES, also Building
'Work, at as low prices OS any shop in thin toasty.
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
Shop on MIEELIN street, a few doors east of tho Lu
theran church mth6,1887
ARDLE YARD. The undersigned
va would respectfully call the attention of the citizens
of I untingdon and the adjoining counties to the stock of
beautiful marble now on hand. Ife is prepared to furnish
at the shm test notice, Monumental Mat ble, Tomb. Tables
and Stones of overy desired size end forte of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and carved with appto
priate devices, or plain, as may suit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, &c., will be
furni4led to order.
• . . . .
W. W. pledgea himself to furnish niatoi ial and work
intinallip equal to any in the country, at a fair price. Call
111111 nee, before you purchnne einem Isere. Shop on the
oilier of Montgomery and Muffin s s.. Huntingdon, Po.
Huntingdon, May 16 1855.
WINDOW CUR'T'AIN PAPERS,
A LARGE STOCK
Window Curtain Papers,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE
IterFor School Books and School
Stationery of all kinds call at Lewis'
READING: RAIL ;ROAD,
NOVEMBER V I /881.
GREAT TRUNK LINE FE0.51 THE
N l / 4 _, North and' North-West for PIIWAIRLPRIA, Nzvf
Yonll, READING, PoTTSVILLE, TAMAQUA, ABEILANTY LEBANON,
ALLENTOWN, klAtroN, Ernasrs, Linz, LANCASTER, COMB.
3315, AC., AC. ,
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, as thews At
300,625 and 8,10 A. 01., antl2 03 and 0,35 P. 31., connect
ing with similar trains on the Pennsylvania ILR,arriving
at Now York 5,10, 10 15 and 11 CO A, 31., and 3,40, anif
9 30 P. M.. Sleeping care accompany the 300 a m and
9 35p. m. trains without change.
Leave Harrisburg for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua,
Minorscillo Ashland, Pine (trove, Allentown and Phila
delphia at 8: .,
10 A. N., and 2 05 and 4 10 P. H., atopplng.at
Lebunrn and principal way stations; the 4 10 p. es. traits
making connections for Philadelphia and Columbia only.'
For Pottsville, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via Schuyl ,
kill and Susquehanna H.R., leave Harrisburg at 3 55 P
Returning, leave NEST-YORE at 9 A, 51.,12 Noon, 5 L. .8 -
P. 31; Philadelphia at 8,15 A. 31., and 330 P. 51; Way Pas:
senger train leaves Philadelphia at 7 30 A. w. returning
from Reading at 030 P. at., stops at all stations; Pottsville.
at 8,45 A. M.. and 2 45 P. 31.; 'Ashland 600 and 12.19 a m,
and 2,00 P 31: Tamaqua at 8.30 A N., and 1 and 8 45 P M. -
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Railroad at 7,10 a in. and 12 boon.
An Accommodation Passenger Train leaves Bream at
7.30 A. AI., and returns from PAILADELPETA at 4,00 P. DI
Pottstown Accommodation Train Loaves Pottstown at
6,45 a. m., returning, leaves Philadelphia at 5,00 p. 133.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 7 00 A
M.: • and 6 15 P. AL, for Ephrata, Lill., Lancaster, Col.
umbia, Ac. '
On Sundays, leave New York at 800 P. 31., PhilatieL
Oda, 8 a 111 and 3 15 P. 31,; the 8 a in train running only
to Rending; ryddrislllo S A. M., Marl hurg,s 25 a - m, And
-410 and 0 - 25 p in. and Reading 100, and 716 a.;113.,,f0r
Hart iaburg,and 7na and 1140p.m., forNewYork,and•
4.23 p. m. for Philadelphia.
CoII3IUTATION, 311LEAtle, SEASON, SeßeoL, and, Excanstotr ,
'Exams to and from all points at reduced rates.
Baggage checked through; 100 pounds Baggage allowed ,
0. A. NICOLL%
Reading, Nov. 25, 1802. General Superintend4rie.
PENNSYLVANIA It!' IL B
TIME OF LEAVING OF TRAIT
WEST/17:4RD. I TA
FI STAIIONS. I 3 4 V.
P .2.1 A. 51.1 P. Ai.! d. M. , 14.M4 P. lif.f P.M ,
5 131 ;12 151 ..... N.llamilton, ..... 601
5 20r" , 112 28i Mt. Union,'... 10 . 00 4 65
5 30' ..... 12 40 II Mapleton, ..... -...... 14 45 ." •
5 40 12 50 Mill Creek,— PO 54 4 36,
5 55 7 05 1 OS 3 33 Huntingdon, 9 42! 4'2310'64
614 130, , IVeteraborgia,.
• 9 271 404
6 211 ' 'l l
50 :401 ,- 111arree,• • ' lill 201 355
- ...... iSprtaseereols, 9 13 g 3 48
0 41 • '•
' 2.05 '' ' Oirniingham, 1 .3 85
6 48 7;52 .2 15 4 , 21,Tyf0n0,' S 53 . 3 - 2840 OS
7 01 227 Tiptoe, P 8 45 1 17 .....
7 07 2 36 Fostoria 3 12 •
tl2 2 42 Boll's Ms, 835 3.08 . ...
730 825 31051 447 Altoona,. - "B'2o 250 9 . 25
P. M.l 4. M. P. M. A.M.
The FAS: ' 12 15
A. M., and nr
, Fi,e Clntal ono 08
425 P. M. in'
iT LTNII Eastward leaves • Altoo'rt at
arrives at Huntingdon at 1 ,
'NNATI ExPREAS Eastward•loaves Altooi
Ind arrives at Huntingdon at 5 40 P
T • LINE Wastward, leaven' Liuntingdc
and arrives at Altoona at 9 00 P.'sl.'
7 46 P., ‘l..
Nov. 2 .1
•NTINGDON •&, BROAD • TOP
r .RAILROAD. , 1 ., J
k incr. MO.VDAY, QOT, 16TR, I.§OT, Daamaagar k
111 arrlialtud Elopart fOßßiva: ' :
I On an
l ACCOMNI Moll. an
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LN 4 40jr.r. 7 501lluntingdon, - Ale 930 AR 4 17
5 021 8 1 0,31eCormellatown "• rr.o OS :3.157"
514 8 22 1 Pleasnot Grove, ' 8 58, 3 49 .
.5 31 t.. 8 ; 33 151nritlostfittly, ' • ' , ELM l ' • 3 - 30
'5 50 : ~843 Ooffeeltun,• • si ;8'231 815
••, 600 :.0 01 Rongh& Readyi • :•8 13 308
610— 9 12 Cove,
6 201 910 Fisher's Summit '' , "' l l 53 •' 2 50.
As 6 38 1 5 n 0 331, , . 735 tx. 235
.•-- - ILE 1.1.401'""9; -. '''' '"" 4.... ' 'UL AR
10 001RIddlesburg , - .• . ''t 908
' . 10 08111operrill • . 200
' 1 l "l• 10 24 . Piperls Rue, ' - '' ' . t 3 ,1 44;
10 42 Tateerille, •
10 55 Bloody Run, VOf
Alt 11 05 Mount Della, •. - ; 1.10
'tows nn" ...- •!,
, SHOUP'S 1t1111,1.1it.1.11
LE 6 40 ' !''' 9 64 / .- 4 -' ,lO-0 , 1 •
6 55 1 'lO 05 Conlniont
1 60, 'lO 111 Crawford, 1
AR 7 151An.10 20 Dudley, ' '
' l - 116oad Too C1ty,,...-;
Huntingdon Oct. 23, 1867. JOHN
BEAD AND BE POSTED I ,
TO THD NEWLY
AND ALL IN WANT OF
New Furniture eze:
r rIIE undersigned .would respectfully
.1 announce that ho manufactores and keeps constantly
on handy largo and aplendif I anti tmont of
DINING AND IGLU GrAdT
'WASII AND CANDLE STANDS
Windsor and corm seat choirs. cupboards, gilt and roan•
at mut moulding for min or and picture II IMICS• and a vari. ,
ety of at t Mee not mentioned, at prices that cannot fail to
he ~tti.arctory. •
Ire ii olio azient for Cho well known Bailey . & Deceinp
patent viirto /1141 Bottom. •
The public are tutted to colt and oxamino hie etoek
bee... ion elessi elbowliere. •
lCnt k and s ite. room on 11111 street, near Smith, one
door irt st of 1 - enter's store. -
Allg. 1, 1860
Taamal - 3: - Eam 4
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
JO ICY 3EIL .1%1" I SE" TT .IEL
Ili , vecthiliv Invites the attention of the Public. to his
stand on Hill st. Huntingdon , in the rear of peorge }V
Swarts' Watch an d Jewelry store, where he manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture nt reduced prices. 'Per:
note 1, ',tang to purchase, will do well to give him a Call.
liepnii ing of all kinds attended to promptly and charges
Aloe. Undortakintr carried on, and Calm made in
any style desired, at abort notice.
Thu aulwcribur hnea
641, s F
A ,VD ELEGANT' HEARSE '
and is proposed to attend 'Funerals at any place in town
or md' ry. J. M. WISE.
Ilun ting.lon; !tiny 9, 1866-tf • ,
UNITED STATES • ' •
Authorized WAR CLAIN AGENCY
SOLD/EELS' HEIRS, •ATTENTION I
The act of 'Congress approved March 2. 1807, gives to
Heirs of Soldiers who died prisoners of war,
COMMUTATION FOR RATIONS,
for the time the sohlier'was so held a prisoner, at the
rate of twenty-live cents per day, to ho paid in the follow.
tug order: lst. To the widow, if unmarried; Id. To the
children ; 3d. ,To the parents, to both jointly if they are
living, if either is dead, to the survivor; 4th. To the bro.'
there and sisters.
Tho act of Felirunry 28. 1867, provides for the refund,
ing of the $3OO Conimntation Money, , Nyhere the aim° per
son was aoin drafted, and was required to tntor.the ear
vice or furnish a Bubstituto:
- DISCECARGED" SOLDIERS.
. . ,
The act of March 2,1861 also makes peosisions tor thei
payment of the'
$lOO ADDITIONAL BODNTY •
to such soldioie As have accidentally lost ittetr (Molise
All persons Living any claims under any of tlie above
mentioned Ante, or any other kind of claim *Oust tho
United States or State Goveraminits,' can have them
promptly odlected, by addressing the uhderelgried.
formation and adrico cheerfully Alyea to soldiers or their
friends, freaol charge.
W. H. Vi'Ol5DS, "
Authorized Amy and ffinry
may 9,21807 II wrinanox, Iluptingdon co,' Pa
r TILE you
I, intend to cease wearing the beautiful styled now
so prevalent, or dress less elegantly, because the rebel
Jeff. Davis, was captured its pashionable Female attire?
Ono moment's calm reflection will surely servo to change
your rash resolve. The angels had too much good sense
to lay aside their mere chaste robes of white, because
they had for a time served to hide the deformities of that
Prince of Rebels; the Devil. Can you err in following the
exams - Asa Angela? Then baying rustle up your minds
that you will continue to dress tastefully regardless of
rebel acts, do not forget to call at the store of the :alai.
bus, who will Co happy at all times to furnish you with
such articles of dress ns you may desire. Urge your Path,
ord. husbands, brothers, neighbors and children to.visit
the same store. They can here be suited in good articles
of Boots. Shoes, Clothing Material, nate, Caps,
soars and a general assortment of Ureteric% on as tea•
sellable terms as at auy House in town. Store on South.
east corner of the Maenad, Iluntingdon, Pa.
niay :31, 18135. FRANCIS B. WALLACE.
THOMAS N. COLDER.
The nudersigizeil having now entered into the
\ Alexandria Mowery, Mu public nee informed
lthat ho will be prepared at all times to 51
• orders on the shortest notice.
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