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Planting out Strawberries.
We have no time to answer individ
ual inquiries in relation to garden crops.
We try to inform all, so far as we are
able to do so, how wo manage things
successfully, and they can follow us if
they see proper.
As to planting out strawberries,
about which we have many inquiries,
there aro several ways. Of course,
the ground must be dug a good depth
and pulverized carefully, having appli-,
ed a liberal quantity of barnyard ma
nure. The beds can be marked out
three feet wide and made as long as
may bo desirable. Let the foot-paths
between? the beds - be eighteen inehes
apart and remove from them all the
runners as fast as they encroach: Sot
the plants firmly in the ground 1 foot
apart each way.' Get the Triomphe
de Gand, which is of mixed sexes, and
Hovey'a Seedling, which is a pistillate,
and plant them in alternate beds
but do not•let them mix, which they
will do if the vines are allowed to cross
the paths. Some persons may prefer
Russell's prolific, which is an excellent
variety, or Joeunda, which cannot well
bo beaten. , Either of these can be sub
stituted for Triomphe, if Hovey is re
tained, which wo would advise, as
there is no berry more certain to give
a crop,.or which is -handsomer in ap
pearance, which will bear as many
years without renewing the bed, or
which is mach superior.
Many persons prefer the hill system
of planting out strawberries, and with
some very strong growing varieties it
may possibly be the best; bat from our
own experience we prefer the broad
cast planting. It has several advan
tages. The plants keep the ground
moister, it requires less laber and the
beds list as long by producing
new bearing plants every_ year.. In
the hills the old . plants - are fruited' year
after year and, as a consequence, the
berries yearly get smaller. -
One thing must be particularly borne
in mind : the beds must . be kept clear
of weeds, for if they are allowed to get
headway they will seriously damage
the crop. Late in autumn the beds
should he covered with light manure
and in' the spring the very coarsest
portion should either be removed or
carefully placed-about the 'plants. -'•
There is no more trouble to cultivate
a bed of strawberries than there is a
bed of onions or cabbage, and this we
wish all those who.do not raise the de
licious fruit to reritember.—Gerinan
RAISING COLTS.-I have always
found that nothing -is 'gained by star
ving the mother, or stinting the colt.
It is the meet important - period in the
life of the horse, and if from false . econ
omy his growth is arrested, his puny
form and want of endurance will ever
afterwards testify to the error that has
been committed. From the time the
colt is old enough to crack corn cr
oats, the mother should be fed in a
trough so situated that the colt can
partake with her.- •
At from four to six months old, ac- ,
cording to the growth of the colt, he
maybe weaned,. and: I. have found
them do best when housed until they
quit fretting after their mother. There
is no principle of greater importance
than the liberal feeding of the colt
during the whole of his growth, and
at the time of weaning especially. Oats
and bran should form a considerable
part of his daily provender. The far
- may be assured that the money is
well out;-which is expondedon the
liberal nourishment of the growing
eolt ; yet, while he is well fed he should
not be rendered delicate by excess of
care. My colts are hard to spoil - by
good treatment. What I have Written
is from actual observation, and I was
brought up itt . a settlement in Clinton
Co., Ohio, that produced as many first
class horses, perhaps, as any part of
the Stato, and ho always made it a
rule to keep them fat and strong,
through tho whole of their growth.
- I have never been able to see why it
was necessary to starve a colt to
death to make , a good horse-of him.
This rule will not hold good in rais
ing cattle, , -hogs or sheep; and why
starve the.eolts _?,—Prairie _Farmer.
KICKING IN THE STABLE.—If a horse
only kicks when ho is being dressed,
wo will dispose of him in a very few
words. He mostly kicks merely from
being ticklish, and then from habit;
he means no harm. Any decent sta.
ble man knows how to keep out of
danger with anch'ahorie, even a com
mon hostler does; if not, let him got a
rap,,and then he will learn. Such a
horse is little objectionable. Many,
will kick in'the stable as soon - as the
lights are put out; and the men gone,
they merely kick at the standings and
stall.'pOits; with what intention We
never could find out. Idleness, we con
clude, first induced them to do it, and
habit iriduees'them to keep it up.
It is a bad trick, for it'not only keeps
them from, their rest, but disturbs oth
er horses. Yet it.is no serious objec
tion; a - collaridMiik log, buckled with_
a small strap in the hollow of the past.
ern, usually stops theme; if not, put on
a strap and chain twelve or fourteen
inches long. This rarely fails. If
neither will do, put the horse in a box,
and let him kick till he is tired of it.
Many horses kick when 'first mounted;
if the rider is aware that he can sit
tight in the saddle, and does not mind
the little inconvenioncos of this habit;
there is no reason to reject such a
horse; it is no indication 'whatever of
his being a kicker in any way; or any
presumptive evidence of vice; it is an
acquired habit", of Which most proba
bly he'will never be' broken'. Correa
tion would only spoil his,temper, and
probably induce him to kick stye in
stead of the air.
BOW TO STOP THE FLOW OF BLoon.—
Housekeepers, mechanics and others,
in handling knives, tools and other
sharp instruments, frequently receive
severe cuts, from which blood flows
profusely, and:Often. endangers life it.
self. Blood may be made to cease to
flow as follows ; Take the fine dust of
tea and bind it close to tho wound—
at all times accessible and easy to be
obtained. After the blood has ceased
to low, laudanum is advantageously
applied to the wound. Due regard to
these instructions would save agita
tion of mind and running for a surgeon,
who probably would male no better
prescription if he were pretont.
p THE AFFLICTED !
AN ARTICLE OF REAL MERIT !
A Reined, that Las boon tried and steed the teat, not
only in an occasional case, but in every community
whom used It has boon pronounced the eafeat and moot
rellablo remedy known for
LOSS OE. APPETITE;
PAIN OR CRAMP IN THE
MACH OR BOWELS,
INTERMITTENT, OR CHILLS
•' AND FEYEE,
AND FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES.
As au agrseableaud safe remedy and an Invigorating
Beverhge It ins no egial. .
This Valuable Bitters II composed of tho essential pro
peitiei of Foots- :tho medicinal qualities of which hare'
been carefully extracted. It is agreeable, to the taste end
does not leave' that • Unplesennt taste JO the-nientti for
hours anti:, that most medicines de. 1 - , ,
An n blood Purifier and Liver Tonle It has no ognal.—
It contains no calomel or other Injurloua chug, hot Is
For D - priumla - It etitillot" 14.xcelleil. It cobbling tm..
thing Inlariona to, tba .6tomach, is mild and prompts in
ltvaction and effects a pormennit cube by ramming tbo
Daum, of Um complaint.
f,,-, . • • .
Foi Intel iiiittest Fever or Chills and Fever tide Bitters
Is a speclticcisvnester and sursrstiltaitslniues
• cliould be nithoat it ni the colt trifling
compered with tho nulTering that may be avoided by hav
ing it at hand in,crtie of sudden attack.•
Weakly•Yoreons use the 'Oriental Bitters
Invalids use the Oriental Bitters
Dyspeptics use the Oriental Bitters
Pernalee use the Oriental Bitters
TRY IT AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
BITCBBNATT & SALITEL
To whom all orders should ho addressed
I'rlce $l.OO per bottle
For sale by all druggisti and dealer➢ generally. udit6
THE undersigned would respectfully
announce that, in connection with their TANNERY,
they hare Just °polled a splendid assortment of
Consisting lit, twirl' of
.FRENCII CALF SKIN,
BINDINGS, - •
Together with a general assortment of
The trade is Invited to call and examine our Bloch,
Store on DILL street, two doors est of the Prelbyte•
The highest price paid for HMS and BARK.
C. H. MILLER & SON.
Enntingdori, may 1, 1807 - • •
JOHN BORE, W. H. wool, ,P. X. pane, W. P.x'i.sponuet
JOHN BARE, & CO., Bankers,
Solicit Reconota from Banke, Bankers A °there. Inter.
eat allowed on Veposlts. All hid& of Securities, bought
and sold for the usual comm!ssion.- -Special attention
given to Government Securities. -- Collections made on
all points. ' • 1
Persons delositing 1 Gold and Silver - wili receive the
same in return with inierest. •
IVEC)I 4 4T3II"X" ". • ,
ECONOMY IS MONEY SAVED I
The subieriber is permanently located in Huntingdon,
Xand is prepared to Perches., or repair in the
beet style, and expeditiously, broken
UNBRELLAS AND r.42l.Asozs.
All articles intrusted to him will he returned to tho
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,l9o6tf , . . , Inf. F.ENTIAIAIC '
LUMBER SHINGLES, LATHS,
I_I EMLOCK; PINE .BILL STUFF,
2oards, Plank, Shinglos, _Plastering 1111 g -
Loth, constantly on hand.
Worked Flooring, Sash, Blinds, Doom, Door and Win
dow Trainee, furnished at manufhol were' prices.
Grain and country product genthffly bought, at market
rates. WAGONER. &Ma,
aug2S-tf Philipsburg, Centro co.; Pa.
. 12 4 1 11 "
A fine and largo assortment always on
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
/ee COUNTRY DEALERS can
buy CLOTHING from me In Huntingdon at
WHOLESALE as cheap as they can in the
Hee, as I hare a wholesale store in Philadelphia..
r.. 4 % . VERY FAMILY
Will find at Lei.vis' Family Grocery, ovary
article usually kept iritirst clue Grocery stores. Call
for what yon want. -
FOR THE LADIES.
A superior artlclo of Note Paper sad Envolopo
aultablo fur confidential correspondonee, for sale at
LA'IPLS" BOOK re STATIONERY STORE.
All Made aeountry Prixlnca taken, In exclaartgo for
Goods at Lovas' Family Grocery.
LARG] VARIETY of articles too
numerous to mention, !ot solo at LEWIS
ttruily Grocery. Call and Eito.
rpHE BEST QUALITY OF FRED g MACKEREL at MY PTIMMIA K CARAMM
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
HARIMAR . II STOR7,
A good stock Of well seasoned
HUBS, sporcy,s, FELLOES,
and a general stook of
Paints, Oils, Glass,
Including the late Patent
"ECLIPSE" COOK STOVE,
Which thrones. all other Stoves in
the shade' and pleases so well
Don't forgot the '6IGN OP THE PADLOCK,
•k: , •
_ - _ _
33ASKETS, SLEIGH and
lIIII,NBSS 11013 N
that everybody wants
IA HARTO\ ci MAGIIIR,
Foreign arta Domestic
The attontion of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
and buyers generally, la Invited to tho toot that we aro
now offering a DATT➢Ift 14801CTIIENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can be found elsewhere In this part of the State, at
prices to suit the times. Our stock comprises all articles
in this line of business, embracing a general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,.
BLACKSMITH'S, OARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, &c,, together with a large stook of
Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Railroad and
Mining Supplies,' Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones, Circular,
Atilt and Cross-Cut Saws,
and Plain Hol
lozo Ware. -
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Powder 'Cans.
An excellent assortment of
701313. e. 401-I.ltlt3r3r,
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 HAND AND VOR SALE
AT MANUFACT URERS' PRICES.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will find a goneral neaortmout of material for their me
conaistlng in part of
Carriage I:Wintaings, Ritbs, Spokes,
Bins, Axles, Springs, Nuts', Bolts,
Washers, Malleable Irons, Pa--
. ' tent and enamelledLeathar,
Whips, TongUes, Soo
hots, Shafts, &o.
33.T.5At.C)."-M.SIVIOME - XIS3
Can be supplied with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS,
Etortfau .AND MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron & Stoe
flnd In out eatablislunoul a invader Walt of
SASH-CORDS, &C., &C.
MINING AND ➢LINERS' GOODS
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, PUSt,
60AI, PICKS AND SHOVELS.
30za,30 , 331a4a1e.et
Can bo anoorumodated with everything in their lino iron
a Grain Separator to a Whet-atone.
313vtl1c1er , o
Aro espocially invited to call and examine our stook of
and oomporo our prices with °there.
Agricultural • Implements;
Comprising the famous Russell •
Reaper, Mower, and Dropper, combined
4trindell's First Premium 11011311 PITCHFORK,
, • Trace and Halter Males,
Cow The, ,
• Curry, Combs,
. Cards, dm, &e
Among tho spoolaltlee or our House, we deelre to ca
attention to tho celebrated
TUC.°tucker:at to cell whiala le seated in us. Bond for
aclrcular and got full particular. of same, and satiety .
Toursolf of its taperlor qualities.
Backe 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
CASH PIIIC L.S.
The largest and best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY
Ever offered In this place
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES
ALL SIZES OP
NAILS AND BRAns,
By the keg. Very ]owl
Best Norway nail, rod, bar an hoop Iron.
STEBL, of all sizes and descriptions
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
fly tho barrel or gallon, at very low figural
Alf-A call is respectfully sollcitod, reciting cond.
dent that our goods and prim will pat fall to
'WHARTON & MAGUIRE,
tiOntingdonOltty 7; /867,
~CCn~cC a~Ctc ~6er# scment~.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM,
J. J. RICHARDSON & CO.,
126 MARKET STREET,
Is tho Largest 31antifacturing Contoct loners and Whole
salo Dealers in Fruits, Nuts, he„ in thu United States.
wcy t c AGENTS WANTED. 825
"o slant lirat.claSs Agents to introduce our Donna
STAR SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE.
The cheapest and best Machin(' in the as hole country.
Extracrdinary inducements to good, activo salesmen.
Patticulars and sample Stoll: furnished on application.
A.. 1. DUMONT, Agent,
fols2tl,3lit 630 Arch atroot, Philadelphia.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
E 0 LULL'
Tim attention of 'Fermi a and oilier consumers of Fer
tilizers is invited to this Guano, as worthy rf their ape.
cial notice. Its use for sarmal years in Maryland, Vir
ginia and other southern States, for all crops, has given
it a standard character for exce llence unequalled 1)3 any
other. It possesses all the quickness of Peruvian Guano
with permanent qualities not found in that article. 250
The of this Guano ate found 111010 than equal to ZOO Ito of
the best Superphohpbates. It ripens Om wheat crop
Into fire to seem days earlier than the phosphates, which
fact alono circa it incalculable advantages.
Liberal discount to dealers. For sale by
JOHN S. REESII d CO..
Ocuoral Agents for Pacific Guano Co.,
39 south De!no aro Aro , Philad'a
mh25.6m and 71 South greet, Baltimore
• PROPERTYAT PRIVATE SALE
OPT - r-Mv &,CO.
001 ; ERNSIENT SALES;
Consisting chiefly of
10,000 SETS, NEW AND SECOND RAND
HARNESS, BRIDLES AND COLLARS
2,000 WAGON COVERS
All eizea, new and wain,
5,000 TITM and Rubber Bran/Ms, and Horse Corers,
MILITARY CLOTHINO, GREAT COATS, FROCK ' COATS, DLOCEIZ
PANTS, niIIRTB, DRAWERS, at.,
Also a Mtge lot of /loins, Lead Lines, Baggy Ambit Junco
and Cart Harness. DoublQ Tieee, Load Dors, Portable
Forges, de., 00. Wheel Team 'lmams, little worn, all
oak tanned leather, serviceable, cleaned and oiled, $5 per
horse, including Bridle. Lead, do $4, Ambulance or Stage
Harness with impel ior loather Traces, perfectly suited for
farm or greet al team work, doublo sets complete $25 to
. $3O, Bridles st, Collars $1 40 $2, extt•a laity-lined artillery
cave, do $2.50 and $2, Double nein $1.70 to $2.25, Ballets
$5 to $l2 por dozen, Now Officers, 51celellim's Saddlos
gin do, NWth plated Bit Bridle, 010. Brass Mounted Sad
dles, good,. SOW $9, with Bridle, $ll, Boys Saddles $6,
Wagon Corers. Sono for. 10 and 12 oz., Cotton Duck $0 to
$lll. 1000 Hospital Tents, n-w and good at new, 12 oz.
Duck, 11 feet taper°, $25 to SSU, with poles and pins
complete, Wall Tents sstl to $2O, Wedge do. $5 to $l,
Shelter Tents for Flay Clips $lO to $5O per 100.
Grain Dugs, 12 oz. Duck. 2 to 3 Iluihol $0 to $lO por
dezeu, also Dill assortment of Seataleed Date.
Small eider by expresiO. 0. D.
Liberal deductions to Wholosalo Dealers. .
(Formerly en Front etrnet, now)
71 North &cowl StreCt, just below Arch St
y HILAD ELPIII.I.
Also, 5, PARK `PLACE, N. Y
sDoscriptl Ye price Nat sent on application. [lnhl.9-3nt
No more Bed - Heads! •
Ilro more Gray _Locks!
' DR. LEON'S
ELECTRIC HAIR RENEWER,
Is pronounced by all who tiara used It the vory beat
prtpatation tar thu Hair. It is a positive cute for Bold.
nose, etadicates Daudt off am/ Humors, stops tho hair
irons faliing out, and speedily restores (hay Locks to
their• original hue and luxuriance.
It etiolates on tho sectetions and tills the glands with
new life and coloring matter. Thin, dead, faded or gray
hair will alit ays ho brought back by a few applications,
to its youthful abundance, vitality and color.
It makes the liter soft, glossy, fragrant, pleasant to the
touch and easy to arrange. Dry, May and intractable
locks become minbt, pliant and disposed to contain in any
desired position. As n Hair Dressing it has no equal.—
The tr des at a enormous and it is a EMI% 01.111trorica with
old and young of built sexes.
kohl by Druggists thioughout the United States. Ad
dress all oldets to
- ZEIGLER & SMITH,
n0v.27-1y SOLE PROPRIETORS.
137 Nth. Third St., Philadelphia
SPEER'S PORT QRAPE WINE!
Excellent fo'r Fen;a . les and Weakly Persons.
Used by hundreds of . Congregoalous for Church or Com.
New Jersey. ,
SPEBIPB 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 aro unsurpassed by
any other native wine. Being the pure juice of the grape
produced under Mr. Speer's own personal supervision,
its purity and gonuiueness are guaranteed. The young•
est child may partake of its generous qualitjes, and the
weakest invalid may use it to advantage. - It is particular
ly beneficial to the aged and debilitated, and suited to the
rations ailments that atßict the weaker sex. It is in ev
ery respect A WINE TO BB RELIED ON.
Invalids use Speer's Port Grape Wine; Females Use
Speer's Port CI i 41121 Wine; Weakly Persons Find a Benefit
by its Use; Spcer's Wines in Hospitals are preferred to
• . .
Principal °Mee, At MS% •
No. 243 BROADWAY, opposito City Hall Park, N. Y
Sold by Sohn Reedond Samuel Smith, Druggists, Hun
tfnutdon• • said
• The trade supplied by.Tohnson, ITolloway and Cowden,
and French, Richards S Co., in Vllllthielpttin, and by Ono.
A. Kelly, and Fahnestocles, in Pittsburgh, and other
628. HOOP SKIRTS. 628
WM. T. HOME'S "OWN MAKE"
aro the best end etiExptST Low PRICED Hoop Skirts In the
market. Trail alas, 25 springs, $1.00; 30 springs,sl.2o;
and 40 springs, $1.45. 0/Plain Skirts, 0 tapes, 20 springs.
80 ants; 25 springs, 03 Cents; 30 springs, $1.15; and 35
springs, 84.20. ltiirranfed in et•ery respect.
'•Our OWN 3lnko" of Salit'oB," eleven Tape
Trails, from 20 to 50 springs, $1.20 to $2.50. Plain Six
Tapes, 20 to 50 springs, from' 05 Cents to $2.00. These
Skirts ale better than those sold by other aitabllsliments
es "'list class goods and at much loiter prices.
"Our OWN 'hike" of "011A5IPION Sic iIITS" aro in
every way superior to all other !loop blurb before the
public, and only have to be examined or worn to con
vince every one of the fact. 'Manufactured of the best
linen-finishcil English Sleet i%pri ugs, very superior tapes,
and : the stslo of the tnetalie fastenings and manner of
securing them surpass for durability and excellence any
other skirt in this country, and are lighter,moro elastic,
swill wear longer, give more satisfaction, rout aro really
cheaper than all °theta. Every lady should' try them
They aro being sold extensively by merchants through
out this and the adjoining States at very modetato prices
If you ',ant the best, atilt for "Ilophin'ebbrimplon
If lon do not find them, got the merchant with whom
you deal to order them for 3y on, or come or send direct to
its, illcichants will find env different grades of Skirts
exactly shot they need, and we especially invite titer to
call and examine our extensive IPSO; tiont, or send for
Wholesale Pike List.
To ho had at lletail at Mannfaatory. and of tho Retail
Trado generally, and at Wholesale of the Manufacturer
only, to It born all orders should be addressed.
M ANUFACTORY AND SALLSROOM 62S ARCH STREET
Between 6th and 7th Ste., Philadelphia
WAI. T. HOPKINS
ISAAC Ki STAUFFER,EI
WATCIIMAKER and JEWELER
No. 149 :forth 24 9troot, corner of Quarry,
An assortment of \Catches, Jewelry, ,Silror and Plated
Ware constantly on hand.
RR/TAIRdE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS!
Alreqtepairlng of Wqtplleg Itild Jewelry promptly
Nutted to. n0y.27-Iy,
0I L .
A chemical praparntion of Lard, or Lard Oil, neutral!.
zing Its attraction for OXYGEN—the ermine of gain, &c.,
and imparting to it (by chemical affinity) a property of
ATTRACTION FOR METALS,
uhereby it in retained, in Intricattom,
from at least 25 to 60 per cent. longer titan sperm oil.
Br 13nt. $2.10; Cssg, OR 200 GALLONS, $2.05 PER GALLON.
To provide against lavkage, etc, and for the convent.
ante of mall consumers and retailers, the Oil is put up,
in the required quantities, at an advance to cover the
cost of the can, and a reasonable retail profit :
5 gelh., square can, - $l2 43—Case, 2.12 - $24 86
3 " " " 62 " 2-12 - 15 24
1 " " - 2 74 " 6-12 4. - la 44
" " " - 1 46 " 1 " - 17 52
Cans credited on return in order. Discount by case, to
SEWING MACIIINE On.
Tim Oil is also put up as a Sewing Machine and Armor
Oil, tit 3 to 4 oz . (a bite flint) 25 coats—packed in ono
d0z.,14: nod gross cases ;in Soz., 50 cents—packed in 1,
4 and t, doz. cases; end in 24 oz., jl.oo—packed In 1
and 2 doz. casts; sold by gewing Machine agents, F
Class Druggists, Grocers and Country Morcbants. Dodoes
received through the haat,.
The winter standard of the OffiO 35. to 40° Pniet.
Oil in eastce and bbis.subject to roturn and credit with
in 15 slays, sample lots 30 days, after date of delivery, if
Ordors by bbl . Ao„ reed through Messrs. SMITH Sr CO
Manufacturers' supplies, Market stun.; B. BULLOCK'S
SONS, Wool, 42 south Front street, WM. SELLERS & CO,
2lnchinists, and the PLIILADELFIIII MACHINE AGEN
CY, oth and Minor streets, Philadelphin.
C. B. DE LA VERGNE, Aa'T.,
Branch Manufactory, 106 Callowhill St.,
JAS. E. CALDWELL & )
NO. 002 CHESTNUT STEET,
Of every description of
belonging to the Busines? of •
Goldsmiths and Silversmiths, '
' Have removed to their
NEW MARBLE STORE,
Extending from Chestnut Sheet tO'Sansom Street, afford
ing ample room and Convenient necossories„ giving op-
Partin/ay for u proper display of goods, and better means
for their exathinatton.
With extensive and favorable airangtments In this
Country and in Europe, WO ;WO in a position to offer at
moderate FIXED prices
Watches, Diamonds, bronze & Marble
G oods,, Silver Wares, Jewelry,. .
Porablain, Plated Goode,
• - - Musical' Boxes,, .
and orory description of ,
FANCY ARTICLES.. -
Stra n gers visiting the city oeo cordially invited to ex
amine Our Now Stole. • • ' fvuh4,6B,—ly.
RICKEY, SHARP & CO.,
NO. 727 CHESTNUT STREET,
. Have just opened, and offer at
SPRING ALPACAS, AND
POPLINS FOR SUITS.
RICKEY, SHARP & CO.,
727 .Chestnut street,
febs-13 ,'' Platadolphla.
W A S
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND
11Q M. GREENE has .ramovoti hie
I_lo Music Store, to Hio second floor .of Leister's build
ing, where he keepa'Constantly on hand STEINWAY &
SONS , and GA RUL'S Piano Manufiictu ring Compitny's
PIANOS, MASON & HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS and
CAR lIART, NEEDIIA3I & CO.S' MELODEONS; Guitars,
Violins. Fifes, Flutes; Guitar and Violin Strings.
MUSIC ROOKS—Golden Chain, Golden Slimier, Golden
Center. Golden Trio, &c., &c. ' • ,
SIEEKT MUSIC—Ho Is constantly,roceiving from Philo ,
atlelphia all the latest music, vhich persons at a distance
'wishing. can order, and Miro sent-them by malt. t o '
Also GROVER & BAKER'S Celebrated SEWING MA.-
CHINESL—the only machine that, in addition to every
kind of sewing, embroidete perfectly f :sewing Sllk and
Cotton of all hinds and colors for machines.
_ . . . . . .. . . .
Pernoll.9 buying - Sewing Machines fully instructed In
the nee of them. .. , .
RTi Pianos and Organs Warranted for Are years.
Thoso wishing to buy any of tho alone articles aro in
vited to call and examine wino beforo purchasing else
wham My pikes aro the mono as ire New York and
Circulars of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly
upon application trith any additional information desired.
11. M. OR SENA
Itili strebt,lttintingdon, Pa.
mayB;(s7. &cowl Door of Leister's now brick building
1-1111 - 10 - MITIT-ICPCIbIiT
J, Pfl, GREEN Sr, 0. BEAVER
flaying entered Into partnership, inform the pubitc tha
they are prepared to execute all styles of
Plain and Ornamental Marble Work
Eiieh as MONUaIt:NTS. 'HEADSTONES, also Building
Worlt, at a, low prices no anyaLop in the county,.
Orders from n disttinee promptly attended to.
Shop on MIFFLIN street, a few doors 'east of the Lu
theme church n 016,1867
_LMARBLE YARD; undersigned
would respectfully call the attention of the citizens
of Ituntingdon and the adjoining counties to the stock of
beautiful marble now on hand. Ile is prepared to furnish
nt Bid shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tofub, Tables
and Stones of every desired - size and form of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and carved with appro.
print° devices, or plain, n 8 may salt.
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, Sc,, will bo
furnished to order,
W. W. pledges lihrmelf to furnish material and work
mansliip equal to any In Um country, at a fair price. Call
and see, before you purchase elsewhere. Shop on th•
oriter of 01-ontgnmery and 5111Tlin We.. Huntingdon, 'Pa
• WM. IYII,IIAIIB.
Huntingdon, May 16 1855.
WINDOW CURTAIN, PAPERS,
. A LARGE STOCK
Window Curtain Papers,
' JUST RECEIVED
LEWIS' BOOK T STORE.
zef-For School Books r,ncl School
Stationory of all kinds oall tit T.Jowis'
READING RAIL ROAD.
NOVEMBER 25, 1567.
CI,REAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
ji North and North-Nest for PRILADELPEITA, NEW
YORE, 'LEANN., PorratuLLE, TA3IAQIIA, MIDLAND, LEIDINOr
ALLENTOWN, LUTON, EPCIRATA, LIVE, LANCASTER, COLOM
BIA, do., As.
Trains leave ltaertsburg for Now York, as follows !At
3 00, 5 25 and 8,10 A. DI., and 205 and 9,35 P. AL, connect
ing with similar trains on the Pennsylvanialt.lt,arrlving
at Now York 5,10,10 15 and 11 00 A, 3L, and 3,40, and
930 P. DI. Sleeping cars accompany tho 300 a m and
9 35p. m. trains without change.
Leave Ilarriabtirg for -Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua,
Minersville, Ashland, Pine Groye, Allentown and Phila
delphia at 8 10 A. M., and 2 05 and 4 10 P. 31., stopping at
Lehanen and principal way stations; the 410 p. m. train.
making connections for Philadelphia and Columbia only.
For Pottsville, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via Schuyl
kill and Susquehanna R.ll , learn Harrisburg at 3 55 1 , SM.
Returning, leave Ncw-Yoas nt"o A. 51., 12 Noon, 5 5 5
P.M; Philadelphia at 8,10 A. 31., nud 3 30 P. 31; Way Pas
senger train leaves Philadelphia at 730 A. M. returning
from Reading at 630 P. N., stops at all stations: Pottsville.
at 8,45 A. It.. and 2 45 P. 51.; Ashland 6 00 and 12,19 a m,.
and 2,00 II; Tamaqua nt 8.30 A IL, and 1 and 8.45 PM.
Leave Potts - 11110 for Hamisburg, via Schuylkill and,
Susquehanna Railroad at 7,10 a m. and 12 noon.
An Accommodation Passenger Train leaves ReADlnel nb
7.30 A. NI., and returns from PintAnr.trinA at 4,00 P. DI
Pottstoan Accommodation Train: Leaves Pottstown at
6,45 a. tn., 'taunting leaves Philadelphia at 5,00 p. m.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 7 00 A
M., and 615 P. M., for Ephrata, Latin, Lancastsr,'Col
On Sundays,. leave Now York nt 800 P. 31., Philadel..
Oda, 8 a ri and 315 P. M., the 8 a no train running only
to Reading; Pottsvillo 8 A. 31.41arri burg,s 25 a In, and
410 and 0 35 p nt, and Reading 100, and 7 15 a. m.,
Itarrieburg,aml 7 00 a. in., and 11 40p.m.,forNOWYork,amb
4.25 p. rn. for Philadelphia.
Cola MUTATION, MILEAnE, SE4SON, 50110.71., and EXCURSION.
name to and from all points at reduced rates. '- •
Baggage checked through: 100 pounds Baggagc-allolvedi
- - G. A. NICOLL9, -
Rending, Nov. 25, 1887. 45 , , , tieral Superintendent.
fiewf St Yle filclienogie
will quickly restore Gray Hair .
to its natural color and beauty,
and produce luxuriant growth. It Is
perfectly harmless, and is plefeireci
over every other preparation by
those who have a fine head of hair,:
as well as those wh'o wish to restore'
it. The beautiful gloss'and perfume
imparted to the Hair makeit desirable
for• Old and young.
Vor Sale by all Druggists,
DEPOT, 198 GREENWICH ST., N. Y.
PM OltrE Alia
BEAD AND BE POSTED 1
TO THE NEWLY ,11ARRIED
AND ALL IN 'WANT DT
Now Furniture, Vic.
TIIE unclersigpecl would respectfully
J. announce that ho manufactures and Recurs constantly
on 1.0(10 largo uud splendid assortment of
WASII AND CANDLE' STANDS
Windsor and cane seat chairs. cupboards, gilt nod rose
wood moulding for mirror and pictnro frames., and a vari
ety orartieles not men tioned, at mires that cannot fail to
110 is also agent for the well known Bailey SI Decamp
patent spring Bed Bottom.
The public nro invited to call and mcandno his stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
Work and sales room on, 11111 street, near Smith, ono
door west of Tenter's store.
Huntingdon, Aug-. 1, 1660
J. M. . WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In -
3F" TS MIL 14 , T X- 2 30..TS Pf 6. 31n,
Respectfully invite:s tho attention of the Public to his
stand on Hill at., Huntingdon, in tho roar of George W
Siv.itt,' Wadi and Jciweirystore, where he manufactores
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices, ; Per:.
sons wisithiglo parches°, will do well to give him a chit.
Repairing of all kinds attended to promptly nod charges
Also, Undertaking Carried bu;and Cabs m ado In
any stylo desired, nt short notice.. ,
Th, subtiCriber bas ri
AND ELEGANT NEARS"?
and is proposed to attend. Funerals at any place in town
or country. J. 31. WM.
Ituntlngdon, May 9, 1866-tf • .... '
Authorized WAR CLAM AGENCY
SOLDIERN HEIRS, .A.TTENTION I
The act of Congress approvod March 2, 1367, gives to
I Aire of Soldiers who died prisoners of war,. ~ 1
CO3IIII7TATION TOR ItATIONq,
for the time the soldier Was so held a prisoner, -at the
rate of twenty-Ovo cents per day,
to Ito paid in the follow.
lug order: Ist. To the widow; if unnuirrlcd ; 4d.' To' tho
children; 3d. To the parents, to both jointly if they are
living, if either is dead, to the survivor; 4th. To the bra
The act of February 26.-1667, provides for dui refund=
lug Edna $3OO Commutation Money, where the same per
son wav again drafted, and Has required to Enter the ser•
vice or furnish a substitute.
The act of March 2, 1867, also makosprosisions for the
pnyinnat of the
$lOO ADDITIONAI:1101MITY 1 '
to such soldiers allays accidentally lost their dliather
All persons having any claims finder any of the above.,
mentioned Acta, or any'other kind of claim against tho
United States or •Stato Governments, can. have them
promptly collected, by addressing the ur.dorAigned.
formation and advice cheerfully given to soldiers or thole
friends, frdli of charge.
, dfulhorical Army and Ir W
may 0,21,507 •
IiONTINODON, Iluntingdon co., Pa
F o THE LADIES.-Do yot really..
In loud to cease wearing the beautiful style, Ap.
no prevalent, or dress lets eleghntly, beetplee the 'peb, 3 - 4
Jeff. Davis, was captured in Pashlonablo Female, attire!.
Ono moment's calla reflection will surely Serve to olianget
your rust, resolve. The angels had too moot, good siite; .
to lay aside their pore ehisto" robes of white, leeintee,
they had for a time served to hido the deforntitles of that •
Prince of Rebels, the Devil. Can you err in folloviing
exampleof Ahgelt? • Then having made up your mindg
that you will continue to dress toetefully i.g,nrdless of
rebel acts, elo not forget to gay at the store of the sub:Mi.
hers, who null be happy at all tunes to furnish you with
such articles of dress as you may desire. Urgo your ft,th,
ers, husbands', brothers, neighbors and children to visit
the came :Store. They con here be tutted In good articlest
of Boots, Shoes, Clothing Material, Hats, Caps, Queens , .
ware and a general assortment of Cfrocerics, on as ma- .
tenable terms as at any House in town. Stern on South;
east corner of the Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa.
MIV 51, ISIU. FRANCIS 33. WALLACE.
ALEXANDRIA BREWERY. -
THOM'AS N. COLDER , :
The undersigned having now entered into Us
pagi Alexandria Brewery, tho public are informed
V that he will be prepared at all times to tilt
orders on the shortest notice.
TEM N. COLDER.
lexandrirt, Oct. 23. 180G-tf.
CHEAPER THAN ANY 0T8E.4.
ILINDS. Call at Lewis' Book s"torf,
and SEE ASSORTMENT
frt la r