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mit, limn. tatishin.
gs~s If every man's breast could he
looked into, there would bo found the
image of some woman.
Dsn,„ Many a man thinks it a virtue
thakkeeps him from turning a rascal
when it's only a fall stomach.
How do you and your wife got
on ?" "0, rather badly, she gavo me
her hand a while ago "and I thanked
her-;;she gives it to • me_ now eyory
time I speak, and I'd not thank her
in.,..Tho'printer of the TVestern Ga
zette recently published the following
notice:''Dry stove Wood wanted im
mediately at this office, in exchange
for papers. N. B.—Don't bring logs .
that the devil.can't split." '
.1 6 , Jonathan presented himself and
bidiritended =to the minister for . the
purpOSO.Yof . % bainiT p ,' , married: - Being
questioned if theyhad.been published :
"o,rguesi,so;for . l told it to Uncle
Beri; 'and he told ' Wife , More.inn
• - -
ar: A ,young fellow onee'offered to
kiss-a Qhakeress.. "Friend," said she,
"thee must not dO
Jove, but I musti"' said the
youth. . : - .
"Well i :friond, as' "theehist sworn,,
thee may...do it, but thee Must not,
make a practice of it.'
We are not to suppose that the
oak Wants stability because its light
and changeable leaves dance to the
music of the breeze, nor to conclude
that ,a-•man "wants stability- _and
strength of mind because ho- may ex
hibit an occasional- playfulness and
'Wt* A girl who bad become tired of
single - blessedness thus wrote to her
intended husband: •
"Dear Bill : Come right off, if you're
coming at all; Edward • 4.elderman is
insistite that I shall have him, and he
hugs and kicisCi me so continually that
I can't hold out much longer." .
sdr "Have you ground all the tools
right, as I . told you this morning when
I went away ?" said. a carpenter to a
rather green lad whom he, had taken
for an apprentice.. • "All but the hand
saw, sir !" replied the lad very prompt.
ly ; "I couldn't get all the gaps out of
that!" • •
ret,,A clergy man in a neighboring
city, catechizing :the, youth of his
church, put a question from a cate
chism to . a girl :
"What is your consolation in life
and death ?" ,, --The girl smiled, but did
not answer. _The clergyman insisted.
"Well," said 'she, "since I'must tell
you, it is a young man that lives on
ler At a ; training down cast, after
an order was given to "return ram
rods,'' one of the soldiers broke from
the ine, and was off at full speed.
"Hallo !" 'bawled the Commanding
officer, "where aro you going ?"
"Down to 'Squire Huggins, to return
the ramrod I borrowed of him. You
said; "return ramrods."
1 - Some close observer says that
all young ladies who are accustomed
to read noWspapers are sure to possess
winning ways, bird-like dispositions,
have cultivated minds, never commit
suickle;,nor sing "No one to love ;" aro
free from gossiping, always select good
husbands, invariably make the sweet
estand•best wives, and never apply.
for a diVorce.
s Men judge too oft by outward
shovi,. the glitter hides the dross which
lies beneath, the peasant would seek
happiness ; • palaces, the rich, per
chance, Ceepleasures - 'inid the poor;
all err, all. causelessly cloootit3.d, for
place n or:eirp.y..‘-. 4 t9,3ge.a10ne can make
t.., emy.;;Ether is no lake with breast
.115 - bYrlTinds:unruttled, no sea by billows
unconVulsed—oven so is it
with man. Row Maiiy noble minds
are crushed beneath adversity, and
pulses' that erewhile Warmed with a
kindred glow to kindred energies '
throb now to sorrow and bereavement!
How many hearts that loved loved,
0, how fondly!—aro" doomed, alas, to
live, and live alone ! How many
breathing beings toil and travail on to
gain wherewith they may drag out
existence—how many lots that look
the brightest are fraught with bitter
est wee !
Jai-When I am Popo, I propose to
promulgate some new articles of faith:
I. Every man_ shall be married at
the age of 25, or show good cause of
neglect o£ duty.
2. Every man shall annually tax.
himself one-tenth of his income, until .
the sum reaches the - Amount of —;
to procure books, journals and news-
3. Wedding gifts shall never con
sist of luxuries—jewels, plate, etc.—but
of books; - and with the birth of every
child, ten volumes
.sball be put in the
library in his name.
4. It shall be the duty of every
young married man . to' !read aloud to
his wife, at leabt one hour a day, for
the first ten years after his marriage.
But this shall not he construed to the
prejudice of the wife's right to read,
npeak, lecture, etc.
b. All men who lay by thpir books
in a self-indulgent and hidden manner,
absorbing knowledge without benefit
to their fellows, shall be treated as bees
are that hide their nests—smoked ont,
and their nests broken up.
• However, I will not tell you what
other laws I shall promulgate for fear
I shall lose votes, and fail of becoming
, Popp./1. TV. Beecher. - •
sp-A traveling book agent latopped
at a, taYern in NowJersoy, while• on a
tramp. The landlady was a widow,
the mother of- three uncommonly plain
daughters, who took a fancy, to, the
agent. While at dinner one day, he
was requested by the Widow to carve
the meat• and servo it'.ont'to the com
pany at the table. "My dear madam,"
said he, "really you must excuse me,
for I do not understand carving. I am
accustomed to being served—not doing
service." "Not understand carving
meat ! Mercy on us !" ejaculated the
lady, '"what kind of a Woman must'
your have been ? A fine mother husband
you'd make, to be surer Why, if you
was to come to me and say, 'Widow
Fox, can I have one of your gals for a
wife P I would say to you, "Mr. T.,
you can't, until you learn to carve
meat." "Give yourself no uneasiness,
my dear madam," replied T., "I don't
want either of them ; they look too.
much like their mother." It is said he
left the house in a hurry, and did not
venture near it again, fer fear of some .
very unpleasant consequences.
An Entire Congregation Poisoned,
NAPERVILLE, ILL., June 10.—Never
before in the history of Naperville was
such an excitement created as on last
Sunday evening, when it was report
ed that the entire' congregation Of the
Dunkard Church; who were. Mehra,:
Ling a love feast, bad been poisoned
by eating meat prepared in a copper
kettle and allowed to remain there un
til the liquid had become oxydized.—
Nearly every ono in the village had a
friend or a relative in-atoll - donde, and
conseqUently there was a general rush
for the church in question. Upon en
tering the building the' scene that - met
their gaze verified the reports. In differ
ent portions of the church. were the
sufferers, some sitting up, others lying
'clown, the latter twisting themselves
into all sorts of positions, rolling
around the floor, and all apparently
suffering the most excruciating paid.,
Medical attendance was at once sum- -
moned, but, as it was very limited,
-considerably timo elapsed before all
could be attended to. The stomach
•pump'.was brought into. requisitiOn,
and those who gave evidence of suffer
ing the most were considerably reliev
ed'by its use. ' It was found upon ac
tual count that no less than ono .hun
:dred and'thirty were more or less af
fected, the major portion, however, but
'slightly, they having partaken of but
a small quantity of the food. About
twenty were found to be in a danger.
ous condition. These were removed
to their homes, and every attention
paid them, and before morning many
of them were out of danger. Those
who were but slightly affected; with
some little assistance got home, and in
a short time were entirely recovered.
It seems that the members were, as is
mentioned above, celebrating a !qv()
feast. On Saturday last a quantify of
meat was cooked in a copper kettle.—
About one-half of it was eaten that
day, and the remainder allowed to re
main in the kettle until Sunday, on
:account of there being no other place
to keep it. Remaining so long in the
liquid it became oxydized, and, when
partaken of, of course poisoned those
who ate it. Some of the sufferers did
not recover for two or three days, but
now all are pronounced out of danger.
Chicago .Tribyne. _ : . -
JOHSTON & N ARSON
TA"pleasure in announcing to the
citizens of Illintingdon county and I iciuity that they
bare just returned from the East with a
LARGE STOCK" :OF GOODS
Which they have just opened out at their new storts,
ONE DOOR EAST OF TILE WASHINGTON ILOTEL.
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
a 110 OBRIES,
FLOUR ARID Ft3lill,
CEDAR - WARE
C tUtPETS, CARPET CHAIN
)FISH, SALT, CHEESE,
HAIRS, SHOULDERS, SIDES, ttc. ‘to
They have a largo stock of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Consisting of SILKS, MOIIAIIU, ALPACAS, POPLIN - 3,
LUSTRES, OINOIIAMS, MERINOS, PLAIDS, 'DE
Also, a largo assortment of
DRESS TRIMMINGS, EMBROIDE
IW, 403,1ERy, GLOVES, -
A FULL LINE OF WHITE GOODS
We will sell W . 4.IO,,LLSAT fuel RETAIL,.
All goods delivered to, residences in town and depotss
free of charge
Give us a trial before purchasing elsewbero.
JOIINSTON & IVATZSON
Ltu ' utingdou.April 15, 1854
To TIE, LADIES.—Do you really
intend to cease wearing the beautiful styles now
so pre% stout, or dress less elegantly, because the rebel
Jeff. Davis, was captured in Fashionable Female attire?
Ono moment's calm reflection will surely servo to change
your rash resolve. The angels had too much good HOMO
to lay aside their pure chaste/ robes of white, because
they bad for a time served to hide the deformities of that
Prince of Rebels, the Devil. Can you err In following the
exampleof Angels? - Then having made up your minds
that you will continue to chess tastefully regardless of
rebel acts, do not forget to call at the store of the subscri
bers, who ton be happy at all times to furnish you with
such articles of dress as you may desire. Urge your fatb,
ers, husbands, brothers, neighbors and children to visit
the same store, They can hero be suited in good articles
of Deets, Shoes, Clothing Material, flats, Caps, Queens
ware and a general assortment of arocerles, on am rea
sonable terms as at any house in town. Store on South
east corner of the Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa.
may 81,1865. - FRANCIS D. WALLACE.
VULLAWAN'S ALL•HEALING and
- • - - - • ..
J. FULLAWAY will introduce, at his own expense, Ida
All•Realing and Strengthening Salvo, a sovereign remedy
• for lame back, local rhenntatisin, pain in the able and
breast, fresh wounds, bruises, splains, weakness in the
joints, crick in the back, old sores, frosted feet, swellings,
numbness, ague Iu the face and breast; cracked bands,
biles, corns on the feet, and occasional sores of moat
kinds to which the human family is subject.
•03.F0r sale at Louis' Family grocery.
TO THE , AFFLICTBD !
AN ARTICLE OF REAL MERIT !
A Remedy that has bcon trim] and stood tl:o toot, not
only in an occasional case, but in ovory community
where need it has been pronounced the safest and most
reliable remedy known for
LOSS OF APPETITE,
PAIN OR CRAMP IN THE STO
MACH OR BOWELS,
INTERMITTENT, OR CHILLS
AND FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES
As au agieealdeaud safe rinnedy and an Invigorating
Beverage It has no equal.
This valuable Bitters Is composed of the essential pro
perties of roots—the medicinal qualities of which leave
been carefully extracted. It is agreeable to the taste and
does not leave that unpleasant taste jn the mouth for
Louts after, that most medicines do.
An a Blood Purifier and Liver Tonic it has no equal.—
It contains no colonial or onkel' injurious drug, but is
For Dyspepsia it cannot bo °scaled. It contains no
thing injurious to tho stomach, is mild and prompt lu
Its action and effects a permanent cute by removing the
cause of the complaint. .
For Intoimittent Fever or Chills and Fever tills Bitters
is a specific far boater and surer than .minino. •
;No family should bo without it as the cost is ttifiing
compared with the suffering that snap be avoided by hav
ing it at baud fa case of sudden attack.
Weakly Persons use the Oriental Bitters
Invalids use the Oriental Bitters
DyspepticSuse the Oriental Bitters
Females use the Oriental Bitters
TRY IT AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
Prepnred only by
BUCHANAN & SMITH,
Tv ahmn all ontal a should be addressed
nice $l.OO per bottle
Fut salo by all druggists and dealers gcnorally. mbP
DR. W. H. WITMOR
Has been in successful practice for a number of years,
niltt the experience of the tlifferent Hospitals In Europ ,
and Ametica. Army and hospital Surgeon' •
late American War, continues Lt!fliOact to all profession
al cases at his
928 - Filbert Street, Philadelphia.
No Patent Medicines aro used or recommended : the
remedies administered are those which will not break
down the constitution, hut roues ate the system from all
injuries it has sustained front mineral medicines, amid
learn the system iu a healthy and perfectly cured condi
that distressing disease and fell destroyer of health and
happiness, undermining the constitution and yearly car
rying thousands to untimely graves ; can most emphati
cally ho cured.'
that state of alienation and Nrealiness of the mind which
renders persons incapable of enjoying the pleasures or
performing the duties of life.
in any form or condition, chronic or acute, warranted
or falling sickness, all chronic or stubborn cases of
radically removed; Salt Rheum and every description - of
ulcerations; Files and Scrofulous Diseases is hick have
baffled all previous medical skill, con be cured by my
treatment; and Ido say all diseases [yes Consumption]
can Locum(' by wearing my Medicated Jacket, which is
aprotectien to the lunge against all changes of weather
in all climates. Having investigated for years the cause
and character of lutermittents [fever and ague] In all
parts of the United States, will cure permanently all
chronic or acute cases of ague and nervous diseases In a
Cower Cured without Meuse of Knife, or Drawing Blood.
Tape Worm, that dread to the human family fur years,
can bo removed with two or three doses of my newly dis
covered remedy, warranted in all cases. Consultation
its the English and German languages. Will mako visite
any distance desired. May be addressed by letter [onti.
dentially) and medicine neat with proper directions to
any part of the country.
An-Office, No. 928 Filbert st.,Philadelphia.
B. J. WILLIAMS & SONS,
No. 16 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia
AARGEST lIMPACTUTOIRS Or
lair - SELL AT THE LOWEST PEICES-.-ial
Blinds Repined, Store Shades, a% imullngs, Fixtures,
pktin Shades of all kinds, Curtin Cornices, Picture Tas
sels, Cor Bell ,Bulls, , ap16,21a
JOHN DONE, AV. U. WOODS, P. M. BAR; W. P. !AUTUMN
JOHN BARE, & ; CO., Bankers,
Solicit accounts from Banks, Bankers .4 others. Inter:
est allowed on Deposits. Ail kinds of Securities, bought
and sold for the usual commission. Special attention
given to Government Securities. Collections made on
Person's' depositing Gold need Silver will receive the
same in return with interest.
LUMBER SHINGLES, LATHS,
TIEBILOCK, PINE BILL STUFF,
2oarde, Piaui:, Shingles, Plastering and Shingling
Lath, constantly on hand.
Worked Flooring, Bash, Blinds, Doors, Door and Win
dow. Frames, furnished at manufacturers' prices.
Grain and country product generally bought at market
rates. WAGONERS: BRO.,
aug2S-lf Philipsburg, Centro co., Pa.
A fine and large assortment always on
AT LETVIS' BOOK STORE
The best always for sale at
IEWIS' FAMILY GROCERY
THE BEST QUALITY OF FRESH
'MACKEREL nt otaximarAm Q CAR2IIO,IM
Foreign and Domestic
tonErts, a 64
The attention of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
ud buyers generally, to Invited to the feet that wo aro
now offering a BETTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can bo found elsewhere in this port of the State, at
prices to suit the times. Our stock comprises ull articles
in this lino of business, embracing a general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, Le., Le., together with a largo stock of -
Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Railroad and
_Mining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones, Cipoular, .
Mill and Cross• Cut Saws,
and Plain Hol
. low Ware.
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Powder Cans.
An excellent assortment of
KNIVES, FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, HIS
ORS, RAZORS, &C.
BRITTANIA S SILVER PLATED WARE.
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE
AT MAN CIFAC T URERS
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will find a goneral hssortmont oCroaterial for their use
consisting in part or
Carriage Trimmings, 'fibs, Spokes,
Axles, Springs, Nuts, Bolts,
'Washers, illlalleable Irons, Pa
tent and enamelled_teather,
Whips, Tongues, Soc
331.11.4%. 4 0.1Eragata w ieXIM
Con Lo euppliott with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, - HAMMERS,
HORSE AND MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron& Stee
HUNTINGDON, PA ,
will find in our entoblieliment n buperior stock of
SASH-CORDS, &C., &C.
MINING AND MINORS' GOODS,
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, FUSE,
uOAL PICKS AND SHOVELS.
N 1 ca,r3133.481%,
Can be nrcommoditted with everything in, their lino from
Grain Sopotator to a What-stone.
Aro especially invited to call and axamina our stock of
owl comiaro our pricos with otLere..
- Comprising tho famous Russell
Reaper, Mower, and Dropper, combined,
RundelPs First Premium HORSK PITCHFORK,
Trim end Halter Chains,
Cards, be., &c., &c.
Among the specialties of our house, we desire to call
attention to the celebrated
The exclusive right to sell which ie vested in us. Send for
nein - nitric nod got full portleulnra of same, and satisfy
yourself ofits superior quainter'.
Scales of all sizes and descriptions, including
Tea and Counter Scales,
Grocers' and.Druggists' Scales,
Rolling hill, Wheelbarrow, Pork, Port•
able, Hopper, Miners and Trans
portation, Hay, Cattle and
Coal Scales, '
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS'
The largest and best, assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY,
COOK & PARLOR STOVES.
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BEADS,
Beat Norway nail, rod, bar an boop Iron.
STEEL, of all sizes and descriptions
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
By Ma Darrel or gallon, at vory low figures
SFr A call is respeetflilly soPcited, feeling coati:.
dent that our goods and prices will riot fall tq
WHARTON & MAQVIRR,
I.Nntingdou, May 7, 1867.
Evor oftored in this place
A GREAT VARIETY OF
By tho keg. Very low I
T IIF, OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM,
J. J. RICHARDSON & CO.,
1.9.6 MARKET STRUCT, PrULAD`A..,
Is the Largest WanufaLturing Confectioners and Whole
sale Dealere in fruits, Nuts, Lc., in the United States.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
The attention of Farmers and other consumers of Fer
tilizers is invited to this Gomm, ns northy of their spo.
dal notice. Its use, for several gems in Maryland, Vir
ginia and other southern States fur all crops, has given
It a standard character for excellence unequalled by any
other. It possesses all tho quickness of Peruvian Guano
with permanent qualities not found In that article. 5.10
lbs of this Guano arc found more titan equal to 300 lbs of
the best Superphosphatos. It ripCll2 tho wheat crop
from fire to seven days earlier than the phosphates, Which
fact nlono gives it incalculable advantages.
Liberal discount to denies s. For sale by
JOIN S. INESP & CO,
General Agents for Pacific Guano Co.,
33 south Delaware Ave., Philad'a
m 1125-6111 and Ii South street, Baltimore.
PROPERTYAT PRIVATE SALE
4PITKIN s. CO.
AN IMMENSE AMOUNT. OF PROPERTY BOUGHT AT
Consisting chiefly of
10,000 SETS, NEW AND SECOND NAND
lIARNESS, BRIDLES AND COLLARS,
2,000 WAGON COVERS.
All sizes, new and worn,
5,060 frost and Rubber Dlani.ets, and Horse awn,
MILITARY CLOTHING!, GREAT COSTS, FROCIt COATS, BLOUSES,
PANTS, KNOTS, DOSSIERS, GE.,
Also a large lot of Reins, Lead Lines, Buggy Ambulanco
and Cart Harness. Double Taus, Lead Bars, Portable
Forges, be., Sc. Wheel Team Harness, little worn, all
oak tainted leather, serviceable, cleaned and oiled, $5 per
Isom, including Bridle Lead, do $l, Ambulance or Stage
Harness a ith supci for leather' races, perfectly suited for
farm or general team work, double sets complete $25 to
SO, Bridles $l, Collars $1 to $2, extra hair-lined artillery
caw, do $2.00 and $3, Double Ran $1.75 to $2.25, Halters
$5 to $l2 par dozen, New Officers, McClellan's Saddles
$l6 do, with plated Bit Bridle, :LIP, Brass Mounted Sad
dles, gootbas new $9, with Bridle, $ll, Bays Saddles $6,
Wagon Covers, supei ior, 10 and 12 oz., Cotton Duck $6 to
$l2, 100.0 . Hospital Tents, new and good as now, 12 oz.
Duck, 1.1 feet equate, $25 to $5O, with poles and pins
complete, Wall Tents $l6 to $2O, Wedge do. $5 to $O,
Shelter Tents for Ilay Caps $7O to $5O per 100.
Groin Bags, 12 oz. Duck. 2 to 3 Bushel $6 to $lO per
dozen, also full assortment of Seamless Bags. ,
Small order by express C. 0. D.
Liberal deductions to Wholesale Dealers.
JPitis...saa c C'c:3o.,
(Formerly on Front street, now)
71 North Second Street, just below Arch St.,
1 1 11ILADELPIIIA.
Also, 5, PARK PLACE, N. Y.
Descriptive plice list sant on application. [initl3.3in
PORT GRAPE WINE!
Exosllout for Eon - Tice nod Wenlely Persons.
Used by hundreds of Congregations for Church or Com
VIM:YAM/S-I.os Angeles, Catifornia, and Passaic,
Now Jet hey.
SPERM'S, PORT OR IPH WINE, Four Years Ohl. This
Ristly celebrated native Wino is made Irma the Juice of
the Oporto Giallo noised in tins country. Its invaluable
Tonic and Strengthening Propel ties are uncut passed by
any other native wino. Being thepure juice of the grape
produced under Mr. Speer's oa•u personal supervision,
ire purity and genutuettega are guaranteed. The young•
est child may partake of its pumas qualities, nod the
weakest invalid may Use it to advantage. It Is particular
ly beneli:l.ll to the aged and debilitated, and suited to the
various ailments that tailiet the weaker sox. It id in ev
ery looped A WINE TO BE RELIED ON.
Invalids use Speer's Pot t Grape Wine; Females Use
Speer's Port Ompo Wine; Weakly Persons Find a Benefit
by its Use; Sport's Wines In Hospitals era prefened to
Principal Office, A. SPEER,
. No. 043 BROADWAY, oppr4te City Hall Park, N. Y
Sold by Jul, Reed, anti Samuel Smith, Druggists,Hun
The trade oupplied by Johnson, Holloway and Cowden,
and French, Melon do A. Co., in Pliilade'plait, and by Cleo.
A. Kelly, and Falinentoeles, In Pittsburgh, and other
Wholesale Do alai a.
628. HOOP SKIRTS. 628.
WV. T. HOPRIN'S g 4 OWN MARE"
ago the best and PIICAP,BI Low PRICED Hoop Skirts in the
minket. Trail Skit to, 23 springs, $1.00; 30 fiprings, $1.20;
and 40 springs, $1.45. Plan SI: rts, 13 tapes. 20 sptings.
SO Cents; 25 ept loge, 00 Cents; ao sittings, $1.15; and 35
springs, i 1.20. Ilitrronted every respect.
"Our OWN Make" of "UNION SKIKTS," eleven Tape
nails, from 20 to 50 springs, $1.20 to $9.50. Plain. Six
Tapes, 20 to 5G springs, front 05 Cents to $2.00. The so
Skirts aro'better than those sold by either establishments
as that class goods and at much lower prices.
"Our OWN Make" of "CHAMPION SKIRTS" aro is
every way superior to all other hoop Shirts before the
public, and only have to be examined or worn to con
yule() every one of the fact. Manufactured of the best
linemlinished English Steel Springs, very finpetior tapes,
boil the style of the metalic fimtenings mid manner of
securing them surpass for dun ability and excellence any
other skirt in this country, find an lighter, more elastic,
will wear longer, give mole satisfaction, and are really
cheaper than all °thole. Every lady should try than
They are being sold extensively by merchants through.
out this nud the adjoining States nt very modulate prices
it yon want the best. ask for "Hopkin's Champing[ Skirt"
if you do not find them, get the muchant with whom
you deal to order them for 30u, or come or send direct to
Its, Merchants will find our diffinent grades of Skirts
exactly what they need, end wo especially invite them to
call and examine our extensive assortment, or send fur
Wholesale Price List.
To be had at Retail at Manufactory, and of ilia Retail
Trade genclally, and at Wholesale of tho Manufacturer
only, to uhoin all orders should ho addressed.
MAYUDAOTORY AND SALESROOM. 628 ARCIL STREET,
Between Gth and 7th Ste., Philadelphia.
ISAAC K. STAUFFER
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER,
No. 148 North 2d Street, corner of Quat'ry,
An assortment of Watches, Jewelry, Silvor and Plated
Waro constantly on hand.
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS!
r4~'f•Repairing of Watches nod Jewelry promptly at
tended to. now.l:kly.
THOMAS N. COLDER.
/110 undersigned lowing now entered into tho
t l . Alexandria
orders on the shortest mitten.
THOS. N. COLDER.
Alexandria, Oct. '23. 1866-tf.
grt:::nr-330+ 3PMI I 4V.S
CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER
IcINDS. Call at _Lewis' Book Store
and SEE ASSOBTNENT.
FOR THE LADIES.
A superior article of Note Paper and Envelope
suitable for confidential correspondence, for sale at
LEI VLF BOOR: tE STATIONARY STORE.
A LL ZINDSOFORAOKE.Rs
cone nutty on lutnd at
CUNNINGIIA).I S °AMNION'S.
TF YOU WANT the BEST SYRUP,
itgo to CUNNINGHAM & °AMON'S.
—Fresh Garden and Flower Seeds
for sale at Lewis' Book Store. tf.
JAS. E. CALDWELL & CO.,
NO. 902 CHESTNUT ST RE T,
Manufacturers and Importers
Of every description of
FIRST CLASS GOODS,
belonging to the Business of
Goldsmiths -and Silversmiths,
'trove removed to their
NEW MARBLE STORE,
Extending front Chestnut Street to Sansom St, eet, afford
ing ample room and convenient necessaries, giving op
portunity for a proper display of gOods, and better means
for their examination.
With extensive and favorable arrangements In this
Country nod to Europe, we are in a position to offer at
moderato FIXED prices
Watches, Diamonds, Bronze & Marble
Goods, Silver Wares, Jewelry,
Porcelain, Plated Goods,
and ovary description of
Strangers visiting the city ore cordially Invited to ex
amine our Nose Store. futb4,6B,—ly.
]IIXED FACTS INDELIBLY - IM
PRESSED trill always triumph over simple at
Thus it Is that this connnunity gives testimony in fa
vor of the well known establishment of
TnnEUENRIV '11'21111) AD
HILL STREET, HUNTINGDON.
Whilst it is not his purpose to deceive the public by
clamoring "low prices and better goods" than other
dealers, ho simply Invites ell who wish to purchase in his
lino of business to cull and satisfy themselves that with
him n patron once gained is never lost, that to, "the proof
of the pudding is in the tasting of it."
He has Just received his whiter supply of
24011 MD E ta.,611111M1,
FOE MEN AND BOYS.
tie has also a large assoi heat of the most substantial
Hats . _Caps Guts' Flu nisliin Go*,
Of every 'description, and made up from the best material.
Always on band the Boost quality of American, Eng
lisle and French CLOTIIS,CASSIDEBES and YESTINGS,
which aro made np to order by good, experienced work
men, in a manner the most fashionable and endurable.
No eastern city can'affut d a bettor or more varied styld
of goods than can be foun I in my selection. •
lluntingdon, Nov. 11, ISM% Meath:tut Tailor.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND
;D M. GREENE bas removed his
Music Store, to the second floor of IPister's
mg,where he keeps constantly on hand STEINWAY S.
SONS' and GA Piano Manufacturing Company's
PIANOS, MASON St HAMLIN'S CABINET GROANS and
CA II II A ItT, N REIM A3Lt CO.S' M ELODEONS ; Gleams,
Violins, Fifes, Mates; Guitar and Violin Strings.
MUSIC BOONS—Golden Chain, Gulden :thou or, Golden
Conhers.Csolden Tato An.
edelphia oil the latest nests, %%Mel, persons at a dram.%
wishing:. can order, and have sent them by mail.
Also GROVER S. BAKER'S Celebrated SEWING MA
CHINES—the only mschine that, in addition to no ery
kind of sewing, embrolikas perfectly • Leo ing and
Cotton of all kinds and colors fur macitines.
Persons boy leg Sewing Machines fully instructed in
the tise of them.
try- Pianos and Organs Warranted for five years.
Those wishing to buy any of the above at tides are in
vited to call and l'S.AnOO mina before put chasing ob. ,
It here My prices lea tile noose as in New York and
ChrsCers of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly
upon application with any additional information doomed.
B. M. Gil EENE,
Hill street, liuntingdon,
Second Boor oh Leister's nee brick building
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tee /4.' 1" c, *;
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J. M. GREEN & 0. BEAVER
Having entered into partnership, inform tho public that
thoy at° pl °pared to oxecuto all styles of
Plain and ornamental Marble Work
Such as MONUMENTS, UEADSTONES, also Building
Work, at 63 low prices Its any shop in the county.
Orders from a distance promptly attended U.
Shop ou MIFFLIN btrect, a few doors cast of tho Lu
theran church ni:116,1361
CHEAP GROCERY STORE. •
7r312:11 4 12 - 00M1 2 1.,
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON, PA.
rium undersigned offers for the in
spection and purchase of customers a largo am! ns•
sorted stock of Groan les, rtovisians, lie feels sans.
fled they cam be accomodate,' Kith anyllih3g in his lino.
Ills prices are low, and his stock fresh and goal• lle
keeps the best of
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
BOOTS AND SHOES, •
HATS & CAPS, &o:
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES,
MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR,
FISH, CHEESE, FLOUR RICE,
And NO'TIC NS of every kind.
A select stock of DRY GOODS, together wltli QUEENS•
NARY„ and all other articles kept in a woll regulated
establishment for solo at r eabonable prices.
Ills store is on_ Hill street, nearly opposite the
Conic, and in the room formerly occupied by D. °rove.
Call and examine. C. YEI3TE,II.
lluntimplon, sp. 11, 1863
L would ee l t r fi 2 llT- c.Dlll..tholathilsentlundersigned
untingdon and the adjoining counties to tho stock of
beautiful morblo now on hand. Ile is pi epared to furnish
at the slugfest notice, Monumental Marble, Totilbi Tables
and Stones of every desited Si7o and 'form orltalian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and coned with appro.
priato devices, or plain, as oily snit.
Building Marble, Dour and Window Sills, fic., will he
furnished to order.
W. IV. pledgee himself to furnish material and work
inanship equal to any In the country, at a fair price. Call
and see, befoko you purchaeo eh - inshore. Shop on the
oruer of Not tgonacry and Mifflin Era.. Huntingdon, Pa.
- WM. WILLIAMS.
Huntingdon, May IQ 1855.
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
A LARGE STOCK
WindOw Curtain Papers,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.-
10tEST BLEA.OUED fIL U- S 1.1 I N
always on hand at
REAPING RAIL ROAD.
MAY 20 t 1863. _ ,
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
North and North-West for PHILADELPHIA, Nzw ,
Yonx, READING, POTTSvILLE, TAMAQUA, ASHLAND, LEBANON
ALLENTOWN, EASToN, LITIZ, LANCASTER, COLUM—
BIA, &C., &C.
Trains leave Harrisburg for Now York, as (Whites ; At
2 50, 5 25 mid 8,10 A. y., 12,40, 2 05,9,35 P. 11., connect
ing midi similar trains on the Pennsylvania R.lt,arriving.
at New York 0,00, 10 00 and n 50 A, SI., and 3,50. and
7 40 and 10.30 P.M. Sleeping cars accompany the 2 50a nt,
and 9 35 p. m. trains without change.
Leave IlarrisltrA , for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua,
Minermille ' Ashland, Pine Grove, Allentown and Phila.'
delphia nt 310 A. Dl., and 2 05 and 4 10 P. 31., stopping at
Lebaucn and plincipal way stations; the 4 10 p. 4n. tr a i n
making connections for Philadelphia and Columbia only.
For Pottsville, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via Schuyl
kill and Susquehanna 11.11., leave Harrisburg at 3 65 P 31.•
Returning, leave NEW-YORK at 9 A. DI., 12.00 noon, and
5.00 and 8.00 P. so. Sleeping cars accompanying the 9.00
a m and 5.00 and 8.00 p m tunas without change ,
Way Passenger train leaves Philadelphia at 7 'JO A. X.,
returning from Reading at 0.30 p in stopping nt all sta
tions ; Pottsville at 8,45 A. so.. and 2 45 P. 51.; Ashland'
00 a m and 12,19 noon, and 2,00 1' 31; Tamaqua at 8.80
A DL , and 1 00and 845 P M.
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Railroad at 7,10 a m. and 12 noon.
Au Accommodation Passeng er Train loaves Itssoscra at
7.30 A. M., and returns front ° PulLkm.l.PMA et 5,15 P.ll
Pottstown Accommodation Train: Leaves Pottstown at
6,45 a. m., returning leaves Philadelphia. nt 4,30 p. m.
. Columbia Railroad Trains km e heading, at 7 00 A
IL, and 615 P. IL , for Epinata, Litiz, Lancaster, Col
Per:lomm Railroad trains leave Perkiomen Junction
at 9.00 a in and 5.55 p'm returning : Leave Skippack at
6 45 a m, and 1.15 p nt, connecting with similar trains on
Reading Rath cad.
Sundays, leave New. York at S 00 P. 31.,,Philadel
phia, 8 m and 315 P. IL, this 8a in train running only
tolteadiug; Pottsville S. A.M., Ih rri burg,s 25 a m, nod
4 10 and 9 35 p m, and Reading .110, 2,55 and 7 15 a. m.,
for liarrisburg,and 7 06 a. m., and 11. 4 11 pan., for Now York,
and 1.25p.m. for Pliihulelphia.
CUICUUTATIO3,IIIII.EAmI, SEASON, &nom., and EiconSunt
TICKETS to and from all points at minced rates.
. Baggage checked through: 100 pounds Baggage allowed
Reading, Nay 20, 1868.NICOLL%
NIA RA IL ROAD.
LICAVING OF TRAINS
I'o. I 7,5
sTA•riom. • • 4 I
it • P .
0.12.1 A. u.l P. 11.1 A. ac. 14.12.1 P. u.l A..
5 051 111 29 N. Hamilton, ..... 4439 41
6 14 111 38 511. Union,— 4 34 9 31.
sr° .....11 40 Mapleton 420 9 25.
5 . 31 1 . 11 56 51111 Cr00k,... 4189 16
545 7 00 12 12 331 Huntingdon, 8 351 490 9 03.
6 05 12 32 'Petersburg,— 1 3:40 8 46.
6 151 12 411 Marco 1330 8 36:
622 12 49 ISprucoCreol, 1320 8 29.
0 35 1 04 Birmingham, ....t. 308 8 16.
641 7 51 1 12 4 20,Tyrono, 7 49 3 00 8 09.
650 1 . 23 - Tipton, • 249 7 59;
7 03 1 20 F05t0ria,...... 244 7 53.
7 05 1 35 11011'8 Mills,.. 2 39 7 48
7258 20 2 001 447 Altoona,. 7.20 220 7'30;
P.m.) A. tr. P. 51. .4.51.
'Io NAST LINII ' Altoona at 12 20)
ii, and arrives n' 33 A.M.
n CINCINNATI . leaven Altoona at
47 M. ands' a 1 556 P M.
UST 1 . Huntingdon at:
7 ' U. no 00 P. M.
tiugdon, at 6 16 A.
The NAST LINE Eastward leaves
A. 51., and arrives at Huntingdon at 1
The CINCINNATI EXPRESS Plash% ard I,
145 P. M. and arrives at Huntingdon •
;The PAST LINE Westwald, leave,
46 P., M. and arrives at Altoona at 0
The DALT:3IOIIE EXTIMS, loaves Hum.
M. arrives at Alltoona, 7 65, A. at.
,The PruLtna. EXPRESS eastward leaves Altoona at 9 45.
P and an, Ives at llnntingdan at 11 03 P.M.
The LOCAL. AP00:113I01lTION eastward leaves Altoona at
125 P. R. and;arlives at 1/untinntlon at 5.15 P. as. Wen,
ward leaves at 6 25 A. 0., and twelves at Altoona 10 00 A 31
- Juno 8, 1560. .
,TT UNTINGDON & BROAD TOP
On and after WI•:DX fle'D AY, IlAYlVira.lliC4, Pa:seenger:.
T: alas will arrive and depart as follows: •
5U31311.11t ARRANGEIIENT. "
Ex"pitessi MAII, Enna' , NAIL
I.\l. A. M. -.
LE 605 LE 7 45111untingdon,. .....
0 23 g 03 1 M - eHonnellstown,
630 8 101Plensant Orore,..
644 -S 24 Marklesburg,
0 58 S 391Cuiren Itun,.„ .....
7.051 845 Pc:nigh& lteady,..
7 16 0.53 Cove
7 201 8 591FisllersSunimit..
Alt 7 3tl'Alt9 131
LE 7 451 LE 0 18" x ` ° " , .... ••••••••
8 00 1 9 itiddlesbuig.
8 671 9 43 Hopewell, .... .....
S 21 9 47 Piper's itun,.......
833 10 141Tittesville,
040 10 25 Bloody Itllll,
Ale S 53,.80 10 "ZOIMOIIIIt P011en,:...
5 7, - ,a --- nr - 43 - 33:f00n,
8 031 , 940 Coalmont,
8 10, 9 45 Ctan ford,
am 6 20109 9 55 Dudley,
1 !Mond Top City
Huntingdon May 13, 180 L JOHN
fiew ) ltyle one Bode
:11SARji-..Q. , ViET)::
• 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 a boaudful gloss and perfume
imparted to the Hair make it desirable,
• for old and young.
V For Salo lw tin Druggists. I
DEPOT, 198 GitEENIVICH ST".N.
Authorized IVAR CLABIAGMCY'
HUN TING'? ON, • PA
SOLDIER - 4' BEIRS , ATTENTION '
The act of Congress apitrored March - 2, 1227, Ores. to
Heirs of Soldiers who died prisoners of war,
COMMUTATION ROB RATIONS, • .
for the thno tho soldier was so held to PriSa c hari 0 19.1
rata of to onty-five coats per day, to ha Old lb the !wow.
ing order: Ist. To the tvidow, if tinmarried ; Id. To M'
children; 3d. To the parents, to both jointlyif they aro
g, if either is dug, to tho survivor; 411,. To the bro.
thersaud sibters. "
. The net or February 98,12367, prertdes for the rattail,
ing of the $lOO C'ominufatlon alonby, where the same per:"
sin was again drafted, and was required to miter the ser=
'Ore or furnish a substitute. . -
DISCECARQBD SOLDIERS. ' • •
The act of March 2, MI, also makes prorisions for the
implant of fhb
$lOO ADDITIONAL BOUNTY •: *
to such soldiers as 'lava aCcidentally lost their dischar
All persons liming any claims under any of tho above,.
mentioned Acta, orUtty other kind of Mahn against the
United States or State Governments, can kayo theni
promptly collected, by addressing tho undersigned. In ,
formation and advice cheerfully given to soldiers or their
friends, free of ellarge
W. U. WOODS, •
• - Authorized Army and 11rary War-Claim Agent,
tpuy9,2lSo7 BuSzizmozr, Iluutiogdon co„ Pa.
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
Tho best Flour, by tho barrel or smaller Quautily for.
solo at.Louis' Family Grocery.
ZW6„t. COUNTRY DEALERS can
boy CLOTHING from ma in Ifuntinidon ai.
WHOLESALE 69 cheap as thoy can in the:
Um, as I have a wholesale store is Philadelphia. .
All kinds of country prods o token Io exclinugo for
Goods a Louis' Fanny, Grocery,
E VERY FAIIII4Y
Will find at Lewis' Family Graeery, orory
tuna) usually kept In first class Grocery stores. Call;
fiir what you Want.
AR S 23
AI 4 52.
4 2 4
1.11 3 20.
LE 6 o 0
6 Ot l
LP. 5 40
Le 2 10
IS 2 45