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GRANT AND SHERMAN.
Front the N. Y. Commercial Adt edifier
"General Sherman has refused to
commit himself for Grant in a public
The following is from Sherman's ad
dress before the annual meeting of the
Army of the Tennessee :
"Alter a wholo.year of toil and bat
tles, varied in adventure that would
fill a volume, that. renowned fortress
(Vicksburg) succumbed at last to the
army and navy, led by two heroes that
have no superiors in any country; and
both of whom still live to reap the re
ward of their labors—Grant and Por
The following was General Sher
man's speech at St. Joseph :
"Gentlemen :—Mr. Grant and my
self know how to appreciate any spirit
of respect, but neither General Grant
nor myself aro to bo disconcerted by
any largo crowd. We aro used to
large crowds, and we cannot be discon
certed. General Grant has declined to
make a speech, and I think, occupying
the position ho dons before the coun
try, ho acts the part of wisdom.
"Gentlemen, I do not in general
counsel violence, but were I a citizen
of St. Joseph, I would take that man
(referring to the ono who cheered
for Seymour and Leo), down to the
Missouri a❑d duck him. Wo have
fought Rebels, and we thought they
had enough of fighting."
The fallowing are extracts from
Sherman's letter of March, 18G4, to
Grant, congratulating him upon his
"You aro now Washington's legiti
mate successor, and occupy a position
of almost dangetons elevation, but if
you can contin ❑o, as heretofore, to be
yourself, si mplo, honest, and unpre
tending, you will enjoy through life
the respect and love of friends and the
homage of millions of human beings
that will award you a large share in se
curing to you and their descendants a
Government of law and stability. * * *
I believe you are as brave, patriotic,
and just as the great prototype, Wash
ington—as unselfish, kind-hearted, and
honest as a man should be, but the
chief characteristic is the simple faith
in success you have always manifested,
which I can liken to nothing else than
the faith a Christian has in the Sa
TRIM Wouns,—Tion. W. H. Wads
worth, a member of Congress from
Kentucky in the Thirty-eighth Con
gress, has recently identified himself
with the Republican party, and we
take the following extract from a
speech of his delivered a few days
since, in his State. Mr. Wadsworth
I long for the coming of the bright
day and the glory that will follow in
its train, when all men shall bo conver
ted to the Union, and the ideas it rep
resents in America. And I want some
person like General Grant for the next
four years to give play to the groat
measures born out of the civil war by
maintaining, with his strong hand and
resolute soul, peace, that the laws may
be executed and do their beneficent
work. I appeal to you, Union men,
in behalf of the growth and develop
ment of our American Union, whereby
all men shall bo blessed, that you sup
port the standard bearers of these
great principles. We need for this
emergency just such a man as G rant—
a tried and true patriot; modest, but
firm; a worker, not a talker, (any fool
can make speeches); the strongest
Some say he is not a great man.
Well, he is the greatest man, at least,
that the war gave birth to. Ho con
quered Lee; therefore he was greater
than Lee. Perhaps he was not a very
groat general, but he made Lee appear
very small. The &merican people feel
that they need him—they will have
him. May the issue bo fortunate ! If
the issue is peace, the future is secure.
That future will make plain the mean
ing of the great events in which we
were actors. These triumphs and
blessings for the future of our country
will be due to the success of the Union
cause. They aro bound up with the
success of that cause; they can only
be secured by our fidelity to it. To
day Gen. Grant carries our flag and
heads the Union hosts; he is moving
on the works of the enemy, roiled by
time, broken down by wrongs. We
follow where he loads, with good hope
of a victory that shall prove a crown
WONDERS.—Somo thoughtful porson
has been cogitating, and has ground
out these questions :
When a young man is clerk in a
store, and dresses like a prince, smokes
"foino cigars," drinks "choice brandy,"
attends theatres, dances and the like,
.1 wonder if he does all on the avails
of his clerkship ?
When a young lady sits in the par
lor during the day, with her lily white
fingers covered with rings, I wonder it
her mother doesn't wash the dishes
and do the work in the kitchen?
When the deacon of a church sells
strong butter, recommending it as a
good article, I wonder what ho relies
upon for salvation ?
When a man goes three times a day
to get a dram, I. wonder if by-and-by
he wont go four times ?
When a lady laces her waist a third
less than nature made it, I wonder if
her pretty figure will not shorten life
a dozen years or more, besides making
her miserable while sho does-live?
When a young man is dependent
upon his daily toil for his income, and
marries a lady who does not know how
to make a loaf of bread or mend a
garment, I wonder if he is not lacking
somewhere, say toward the top, for
When a man receives a periodical
or newspaper weekly, and takes great
delight in reading it, but negleots to
pay for it, I wonder ifho has a soul or
Any person of good moral character
Who will Mail us answers to the above,
and enoloeing also $2.00 lawful curron
cy, will receive a copy of this paper
for ono year.
tatVOto for Grant and Colfax
Cheaper than the Cheapest!
Irest End of Ifuntingdon,
We are now offering our im
mense and well-assorted stock of
Goods, at - thoroughly reduced,
and unprecedented low prices ;
our superior facilities enabling us
to compete successfully with the
Our stock consists of Groceries,
Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware,
Queensware, Glassware, Willow
and Cedar Ware, Table and Floor
Oil Cloths, Carpets, Rugs and
Door Mats, Crocks, Jugs, Stoves,
Tinware, Iran, Steel, Nails, Glass,
Putty, Oils, Paints, Drugs, Flour,
Feed, &c., &c., &c., all in great
variety, at prices that will - not
fail to suit consumers. We are
also dealing in all kinds of Coal
and Lumber, our facilities in
these commodities being superior
to any other firm in Huntingdon.
We claim them as SPECIALTIES in
our trade, in which none can
compete with us.
We buy all kinds of Grain,
Seeds, Flour and Feed, at the
highest market rates, and give
the highest prices in Goods for
Produce of all kinds. Do not
fail to call and examine our stock
and prices, as both are sure to
HENRY & CO.,
D. P. CWIRI
INFORMS THE PUBLIC
THAT lIE HAS
SPLENDID STOOK of NEW GOODS
CAN'T -BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE.
D. P. GWIDT.
J, M. GREEN & O. BEAVER
liming entered into partnership, Inform the public that
they ore prepared to execute all styles of
Plain and ornamental Marble Work
such as MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, also Building
Work, at as low prices as any shop in tim county.
Orders from it distance promptly attinided to.
Shop on MIFFLIN street, in few doors cast of the Lu
theran church m:110,1867
IMIME YARD. The undersigned
would respectfully call the attention or the citizens
of Iluntingdon and the aiDolning counties to the stock of
beautifit marble now on hand. Ile is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice ' Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
and Stones of every desired size and form or Italian or
Beaten Marble, highly finished, and Carved with appro
priate devices, or plain, as may suit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, &c., gill tio
furnished to order.
W. W. pledges himself to furnish material and work
manabip equal to any in the country, at a fair price. Call
and ace, before you purchase, elsewhere. Shop on the
orlon of Montgomery and 3.11.11bn a's.. Minting - lion Pa.
Ifuntingdots,May 18 1855.
Can't Be Beaten } !
I JOHN H. WESTBROOK 9;
Respectfully Informs the citizens of Huntingdon and
vicinity that ho has just received from the city a New and
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Thlnks, &c., &c., &c., &c.
allot which he is prepared to sell at greatly reduced prices
Don't forgot the old Hand in the Diamond. Old cud°.
mere and the public generally era Invited to call.
Huntingdon, up lb, Ha.
fl 'lltisjust returned from the east with a 44 : 4 V
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &C.,
inlch he offers to the inspection of hie customers and
it, a public generally. lie alit sell his stock at the most
and those who purchase once will surely call again.
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and 'IMPAIRING done in the neatest and most expedi
Call upon Mr. Schaeffer at. his shop on lull street, a
few doors west or the Diamond. ntays
NEW 130 OT AND SHOE STORE.
opened nt liTorte l ln c adt t a/': 1 1 ;i o alnIn t , 4 41*
411 V Huntingdon,
A Fine Assortment of all hinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
ror Ladino, Gentlemen and Children.
All of which ho will sell at fair prices. Quick oda and
rmaitprqfits. Pall and examine my stock.
Manufacturing and Repairing done to order ne moat.
Huntingdon, np 11, .110.
Sugars, Teas, Green and Browned Coffees,
Syrups, Spies of all kinds, Candies, Cedar
andlloiv Ware, Choice Family Flour, Su
gar Cured hams, Dried Beef, Brushes and
Brooms, and a general variety of enjoin too
numerous to mention,
AT LEWIS' FAMILY GROCERY
TAIL E picasuro in announcing to tile
ettizons of Huntingdon county and vicinity that they
have just returned front tiro East with a
LARGE STOCK OF GOODS,
Which they have Just opened out nt their tiew-storo,
ONE DOOR EAST OF THE WASHINGTON HOTEL
Their stock consist. of
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FLOUR AND FEED,
CEDAR - WARE,
QUE ENS WARE,
FISH, SALT, CHEESE,
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES, &o. &o
They haw} a largo stock 44
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Consisting of SILKS, mounins, ALPACAS, POPLIN'S,
LUST .ES, Oil Uli IMS , MlittlNOS, PLAIDS, DB
Ala), a largo as Raiment of
DRESS TRIMMINGS, EMBROIDE
RY, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
A. FULL LINE OF WHITE GOODS
IV° will sell am!
All goods dollverod to residences In town and depots.
taco of chargo
Ciro us a trial before purebAng elsoullcre,
JOIINSTON h WAITRON
nuntingdon. April 15, 18118
Tilt PLACE TO BUY
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
W. MARCII t 81101
Respectfully inform the public generally that they
have just received a large and splendid stock of goods • at
their store In Huntingdon, c iradat log in part of
BOOTS Sa SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, TINWARE,
LADIES' FANCY TRI.M.H[NGS,
HOOP SKIRTS,BoNNErs, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW IV A H
Also, CARPETS aml OIL-CLOTH,
And In fort everything that In usually kept In a first class
store, all which avers bought low for cash and evil'
sold at correspondingly low prices for cash, or country
produce. and r«quest the public to give us a call before
purchasing clana hero, fooling salt/tiled w o can offer supe.
riot inducements to cash buyers.
. We reepectfully solicit the patronago of all. and the
public are cordially Invited to oxnnelno cur goods.
Everything taken in exchango for goods except prowl
WM. MARCH & ERO.
Huntingdon, up. 15,1868.
MAY, 1868. MAY, 1808..
GLAZIER & BRO.,
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,:
GROCERIES, QUEENSWA RE,
lIA2S, BOOTS AND SHOES, sCo. , &c.
Washington street, near the Jail.
Our pi lees are ns follows t
Cnlieo awl Muslin, Wenn S cW. upward.
' . /iferrintack'f Prints, 15 Ms.
Yard 'side bleached lllwtttl, 12% cts.
Yard it tile unbleached Muslin, 123 cts.
Ticicings end Shit ti rigs, front 12% cts. up.
White Cambric Muslin. Dom l 5 etc sip.
11 Into flatted Muslin, from 20 Ms. tip.
While Piques, from 25 cts. up.
Irlsh Linen. from 37% cts. up,
De Mine, IS to 25 cts.
All Wool Do Line, 35 cts. up.
Lawns, 16 to 50 cts.
rfldta 3proads, $2,50 to $O,OO.
Rio Coffee, 22 to 25 Cl,,
Please call and examine q and, If you nro not convinced
It is to your intetcst to buy from us, do not (Mao,
GLAZIER & 11110.
CHEAP GROCERY STORE.
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON, PA.
rpHE undersigned offers for the in
spoction and purchase of customers a largo and as.
sorted stock of Groceries, Provisions, kc. He feels sails.
Roil thoy can be accomodeted with anything in hls
Ills prices are low, and his Stock Rush and good, HO
keeps the beet of
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS S. CAPS, &e:
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES,
MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR,
PISIL CHEESE, FLOUR RICE,
And NOTIONS of every kind.
A select stock ofDRY HOODS, together with QUEENS.
WANE, and all Oilier articles kept in a wall regulated
establishment for sale at reasonable pricey.
Ills store is on Hill street, nearly opposite the
Rank, and in the room formerly occupied by D. Grove.
Call and examine. Z, YENTER.
Huntingdon, op. 15, 186!3,
LT.0113 fi FOR SALE.
Manly, Plank, StOing, Joists, Roofing, Lath,Lar
41111 Joint Shingles, three nod tour foot Plastering Lath,
for snlo qt 31mila...tomes Pricesat
je.l7 HENRY S; CO'S.
W_ - _AaTON &ILAGtIB-.1,1,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Foreign and Domestic
Tho attention of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
and buyers generally, Is Invited to tho gent that wo nee
now offering a lIEITER. ASSOItTSIDNT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can bo found elsewhero in this part of the State, at
prices to suit filo times. Our stock comprises nil articles
in this lino of business, embracing a general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and 'WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, &c,, &0., together with a large stock of
Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Railroad and
Xining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones, Circular,
Mill and Cross. Cut Saws,
and Rain Hoe
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Powder Cans.
An excellent assortment of
KNIVES, FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, MS
ORS, RAZORS, &C.
BRITTANLA & SILVER PLATED WARE.
Household, Horticultural and Farni
Of the latest and most improved patterns
CONSTANTLY ON lIAND AND FOR SALE
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will find n genoial assortment of nutteriol for their use
consisting iu part of
Carriage Dinonings, flubs, Spokes,
Pints, Axles, Springs, _Nuts, Bolts,
Washers, Malleable Irons, Pa•
tent and enamelledLeather,
Whip; Tongue; Soe ,
kets, Shafts, de.
131aZIA.C 3 1:C.Matailig3E3C0
eau be supplied with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS,
HORSE AN) MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron& Stee
Wilt find in our establishment a suporlar stock of
SASH-CORDS, &C., &C.
MINING AND MINERS' GOODS.
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, FUSE,
COAL PICKS AND SHOVELS.
Can bo ACcommodnhul with everything in their lino fro
4 Grain Soparatur ton
3:31.211c1ex , 5i
Are especially Invited to call and exarnilio our stock of
nod compnro our Oleos nith oilers.
Comprising, tho Lunn., Hudson
Reaper, blower, and Dropper, combined
Rundell's First Premium 1101t314 PITCLIFOpIi",
nay Fm kg,
Trued nnal 'Litter Chaim,
Corals, Sc , %ca, Sao.
Among tlw spociAtici of our Hougo, we dceiro to cat
nitcutims to the cotoMatc‘l
The exclusive right to sell which is vested in us. Send fur
steircular and got frill particulars of Sarno, and staler)
yourself slits super Jar qualities.
Scales of all sizes and deacriptioloo includ7
Tea and Counter Scales,
Grocers' and Druggists' Scales
Rolling Alla, Wheelbarrow, Pork, Port
able, lieliper, Miners and Trans
portation, Ray, Cattle and
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS
CASH PRIC. S.
Tim largest and best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY
Ever offered in lids place
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BRADS,
By tile keg. Very fowl
Boat Norway nail, rod, bar an hoop Iron.
STEEL, of all sizes and descriptions
IRON AND BRASS NVIBB
1411, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
by the larrel or gallon, at very low• figures
4y A call is respectfully solicited, fooling confi
dent that our goods and prices null not fail to
WHARTON & 14IAGUIRE.
Huntingdon, Mny 7 , 1867.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM,
J. J. RICHARDSON & CO.,
126 MMOULT STIIEET, PIIILAD'A.,
Is the Lni ge,,t :NiAnu factoring COll ft:dinners and Wllol°-
1,00 Denims in Fruits, Nuts, Le, in the United States.
' , ,.ISAAC K. STAUFFER
WATCHMAKER, and JEWELER,
No. 118 North 2d Street, corner of QuanY t
An nssortment of Watches, Jewelry, Savor and Plated
Waro constantly on Laud.
SUITABLE FOR lIOLIDAY PRESENTS!
Co-Repairing of Watches nod Jewelry promptly at
tended to. arlov.l7-Iy*
FINE CUSTOM MADE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
All the LESDING STYLES on hand or mad° to Incas
aro. Pricoc fixed at LOW FIGURES. An Illustrated
Prico Lint with Instructions for self immurement sent on
receipt of Putt =co (attires&
WM.. F. BARTLETT
33 South Sixth Street, above Chestnut,
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
The attention of Fanners and other conninirts of Fer
tilizers is invited to this Guano, as worthy cf their epe.
chd notice. Its use for soot rat oars In Maryland, Vir
ginia and other southern States, for all crops, has given
it is standard character for excellence unequalled by any
other. It possesses all the quickness of Pernvian Guano
as ith pormanmit qualities not found In that article. , 230
ifis of this Guano are found more than (Anal to 300 lbs of
the best Superphosphates. It npens the wheat crop
from seven slays earlier than the phosphates, which
fact alone gives It incalculable advantages.
Liberal discount to dealers. For solo by
JOHN S. k CO,
General Agents for Pacific Guano Co.,
83 south Camaro Ave., Philn,Pa ,
11111154 m and 71 South street, Baltimore.
727 DRY GOODS, 727
RICKEY, SHARP & CO.,
NO. 727 CHESTNUT STREET,
liars now tho most comploto an 1 elegant stock of
They hovo ever offered, and invito special nttenlion to
their stock of SILKS, 6.0,1,631.ga ran lino of II I.IAVY
BLACK OROS Ull/i1:1 and LUSTERLESS SI LES, NOR
Plain Brown and Nod° Tagattat
Plait, Blown and Mud° Pout to do Soles.
A full lino of
0 HENE AIOHAIRS
Of tho choicest coloring, together with no ExtensDo Va
riety of DRY DODDS. end/Lacing Cloths, CaotlilllMol,
!RICKEY, SHARP S. CO.,
727 Chatilut sheet,
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
GREAT REDUCTION OF TOLLS
DAILY CANAL LINE
FlOlll Tidoianter to nil points on Om
Susquehanna River and its Branches,
Chesapeake & Delaware Canal, Tide
water and Pennsylvania Canals,
By Itegutar daily Tom of Canal Boats from Philadel
phia font, playa on the Ss;gnehnnun River awl branches.
Goods consigned to the nbovu points from PhiLidelpoin
and Baltitnete will ho n eceived, c.wefiallv Inunlled. and
forwarded by Canal 'teats, which are constantly tallying
Ample NVarellol - VC and uliarfage room (under cover)
provided far 10,00,1 eat goes.
Shippet .1 will find it to their advantage to wind for
‘‘arol their cowlignitientat to receive quick
r a e tarther particulars, apply to
lIOEFMAN & KENNEDY,
fie. 304 North Delaware Avenue,
or JOS. JAS TAYLOR,
No 212 Went Falls Avenue,
NEW MARBLE STORE.
V) NO. 902 •••:„
J. E . om i t:m i ll i
Hare been appointed
in this city for the sale of the
CORII (31 311:0. COMPANY'S
FINE ELECTRO-PLATED WARE.
We guarantee those goods to lie decide.Ey noperior to
0113 thing to the Minket, excelling in design, Mush and
A largo assortment will be maintained, and sold at the
Stomped en tho
of of cacti
Electra Pinto cAIIIIAM hyp o ea zn tide.
o ECALOVVELL &CO.
902 CHESTNUT ST.,
.710 y 22, 'o9.—tf.
SPANISH HAIR DRESSER
Fon PROMOTISO TIII: Cnon Tn, BCALTIFI n•O TUN I lium,
d 1 1 irodering it dm k and altoisy. No oilier compound
110 , 1e(004 1110 peculiar properties which 60 exactly cwt
the sarious conditions or the 1,00100 Imir. The lice of
this Oil its a hair dresser ha• been univermil in eroiy
(ion of the rentaly in tho Frallisll Main for centuries.—
No preparation of art could give that elegant 111XliliOISCO
nod abundance of hair soled. have so often been flue ad
miration of travelers This oil is highly and
ly parfmnisl, forming an au title unrivaled in ox.•
edition and upon which the Spanish people for ninny
jeers Ino,c set ite seal of radioing noproval.
lexicon Wild Flowers Shampoo Lotioo
For removing dandruff nod scurf from the head, whiten
ing nod perfuming the shin. This article is entirely air
forcnt from anything of (Ito kind ever offered in thil coun
try and to warranted freo from all holoonons sub,tanreq.
This soluable lotion was used by the Enunnur Maximil•
fan, and timpres, Cua lotto of Mcrae., mot unilereollY
used by Mexican, for Urea 11111111111.yeitra. Ana wash
for the head—it ho cooling, cicanning and refreshing.—
II hen thus te , ed It at mien relines headed,
WILD FLOWERS FOR THE TEETH.
All those ullo ale In favor o f white teeth and a pleasant
and perfumed Meath, should at altos uso Illctinires
Flowers for the Teeth. All these preparations are put
up ht tho must elegant and ornamental planner. We
make no exception iu saying that they aro an ornament
ton lady's toilet table, and 110110 complete without theta,
Warranted satisfactory or motley refunded. Dealers
will bear this In mind. Sold by all t ospectable Di ug.
gists fa the United States and Canada& Address orders
Depot and Manufactory,
20 North Second Stroot, Milt-101pm,
All Mode of country produce taken in exchange for
Goode at Lewis' Fonlly Grocery.
HARRISBURG STORE - WARE,
at mamtrac.uret'o prim, for Hato at
lon IL} NItY S CQ'S.
Cunningham & Carmon's,
Corner of Railroad and Montgomery Ste.,
WE' would call special attention to
the daily arrival °MIME AND BBAUTIFUL
GOODS, which arc offered at
PAINTS, PUMPS, ,
ALSO, a full Lino of Domestic (lands, such as 1 OILS, LA MPS, ROPES,
Consisting of Beautiful Eilhs of all !ilia des, all woo
Poplins, Alpacas, Melanges, Armurs, Chintzes, n mos.
beautiful line of fine Cambrice, Barred Muslins, Naha
Books, Oinzliarns, and Chunbrays
HEAVY BLEACHED MDBLINS
Fino Brown Muslin, 40 inches wide, Bleached Musli
froth lo 234 3ards Bide, Houtruchy Jeans, Farmer:
Cassianoro, 5.0„ &o,
Our stock of SHOES carols anything of 11w kind tb
side of Philadelphia
AL9O, a largo and well selected stock of [VAT:, suit-
able for the season
Wo mho a specialty of this article, foul him on hand
ft very fine 11.s.5ortmoot of
arbirlt Gill be sold lower than CAN IP., sold by any oth ,
hope outside of Phdadelphin. We lame also on band
we aro silting very low.
In order to be convinced that onto is the place to buy
MI and cxamino our goods and prices
We toko plemuto in shooing our goods, even if 300 do
110 t IViAI to boy. so 3 i 3,11% itt pleesu c.Ui and get postet
Juno 10, 1805-tr.
IMPROVED CO rcy
1111 R. DRESSIgg
)V gw Ayie tnonCß o de
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,
us well as those who wish to restore
it. The beautiful gloss and perfume
imparted to the Hair make it desirablii
for old and young.
V /For Salo b 7 all Draggisto.
DEPOT, 1913 GREENWICH ST., N. Y.
a 1: , "
SIUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND
P., M. CrltEri: - .`..E has removed his
Store, to tlioNecond floor of Loirter's
is hero he keeps constantly on howl STKINWAX
Si INS' not GA Ell !X.'S Piano Monet:to tiring Company's
PIA NOS, MASON & CAIIINET 0120 ANS and
OAttlLlltT, NEEDit AM A; COS' MELODEONS; Ouitars,
VI/dirs. Flutes; Guitar nod Violin String.
MUSIC 1100ICS—Oolden Chain, Golden Mien cr, Guidon
Censor. Golden - I'lin, Ac., be.
SI I hUT MUSIC—IIe is constantly receiving from Phil.
sdelphla till tho lategt 21,11Sie, nhicle persons tit n thrtanco
ishlng. can order, and Intro tent them by in nil.
Also GROVER ,P BA If KR'S Celebrated SHWING MA-
Cl/INPS—the only machine that, in addition to every
kind of settliig, embroiders perfectly; sowing Silk and
Cotton oral s kinds awl celoir for machine:4,
Perseus 1510 hug Sewing Machines fully instructed in
lho one of them.
Ra - - Pianos veil Organs Warranted for foe yea..
Those n ishine,Vl buy way of the (Moto orioles are in
vited to call and eXandue litho, before purchasing else.
hero My priest are tho some as in Now Yolk and
Cirtulais of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly
upon application with any additional it/fort/lam. deeired.
It. 31. Olt CENE,
trill street, Unntingdon, Pa.,
mayS,'67 Second floor of Lelster's new brick building
T HE HOUSEHOLD GAS MACHINE!
Pug SUPPLYING DWELLINGS, STORES, ntr:TORIF:S,
CIIURCIIES AND PUBLIC: BUILDINGS WITII OAEI
Tbo gimplicity and ease by watch this ~i.icl lino to man.
aged, aoako Ito economy and groat mut it, roma mend, it
to public favor. Coil and coo in toll hat in operation at the
store. 'Manufacturer and Sole .gent.
TIN FURNISIIINfI STORII, No. 73'3 Green St., Philada.
lark'end for I llustralc.l Circular.
Aug. 11, MS,
COUNTRY DEALERS can
buy CLOTHING from me in Huntingdon at
'WHOLESALE an cheap an they can In the
tire, as 1 bare a ‘s holesale store in Philadelphia.
The highest vrice a ill be paid to cash for Bork by
Jet? 11EVUY .C. CO.
11 4 // 0/ , 1 -1 -re P' •
ef : : /- sli --- 4‘ ci :
• ,$. 1 4.
e 3 . .
e D i f:A l l.l, TX 4 1 : • %. 1
1 11 ;
jo t II iAND;
iiunting, .„ ,
' , lnt:, A. 0 9 .1 ,
' V 7 4.. . PAO •
A. B. STEWARD
Scythes, Swaths, Grain Cradles, Sad
dlery and Carriage Goods, Hubs,
NAILS AND IRON,
LOCKS, HINGES, SCREWS.
DRAIN , PIPE,
and an endless variety of goods in his line.
I am receiving goods almost every 'lay
from manufacturers, and in view of 'late
DECLINE IN PRICES,._
and my experience in selecting pest brancts
and reliable qualities of goods, purchasers
will find it to their advantage to examine my
THE NEW PATENT
ILIPSJ', CIE STOB,
Avltich (brows all others in the shade, is still
increasing in popularity, and ploases so well
that everybody wants
STOP AT THE
BIG PADLOCK SIGN
Huntingdon, July 1, ISGS-tr.
pENNSYLVAN lA. R. , ' IL R.O.A.
TIME OF rxivixo OF Tit kIN:i
MATER ARRANG EMENT.
WESTWARD. A EASTWARp
, Z 4
F 5 :, •,• f •
: .9. - 0 1 .x.‘,., k ,,,,,,,
I 19 171 ...... IN. flaMilton.
S 201 ...... Mt. Uninn....
, ..„.1 8 35f .... Mapleton,.....
1 ...,.1 3 451 ...... 11111Cteek....
7 47 9 011 3 31, I Itmtingdon,
I f 9 22i ...... IPeteralmrg....
) 9 3=l ;Barn,
' . 0:i0 Spyncellftvls,
1 05', !Birmingham,
S 0119 00 4 29-Tyronr,
1 1012 , ' ...... l Ciptoo
ft, 191 Fr,toria,
I t 10 24 ...... liell's 2 1/W,.%
1 0 010,10 491 4 47 .litoono,.
1 A. M.I 1. M. A. M.
P. M I
The Ptin.t Exent.t.s Pastuald leaves Alto,"
31. and arrives at Hun iiiigdun at 1111. P
The LINN Eastward le.tves Alfons
A. H., and arrives at [(antilp(On at 133 A. 31.
Time CINCINN sit F.X.P443.1 Eastward. leaves Altmann at
4 . 43 C• 3t, and arrives at Rantiugdoit at 5 54 13 M.
The FAST 1.134: Westward, leaves Huntingdon at
7 '24 I'.. 31, and ,w rives of Altoona at 8 45 I'. M.
The Ituvot mr, EXraEtS, leaver Ilintliugd.n, at 0 50 A.
31.. art it us at Alltotta.t, 0 10, n, 3t.
Boptentbar 14, 1163,
READING RAIL ROAD,
AI:JOUST 3, 1363.
TItUN lc LINE FROM TIIE
. k3r Noith and North-West for PIitLADELPIIII, Now
YORK, 110\11100, Portsynto, TAJIAQOI, .4000 CND, ' 3 / I , lllOKf
LEUANOX, ALLENTOWN, F-58200, LmiCAS•
TOR, COLUNiaI t, Ac.
Trniun leave Ilarriaburg for NOW York, as follows: At
2 50, 5 25 and 8,10 A. 51., 12,20. 2 05,0,35 P. 31., connect•
tog with similar trains on (ho Pennsylvania ILlLarrlvlng
at Now Yolk 0,00, 10 00 and 11 40 A, IL, and 3,60. and
6 35 and 9 52 P. M. Sleepino, care accompany 111°2 50 a as
Rd 0 I, trains without change.
Liao° lon ricnmg for _Reading, Pottsvillo, Tamaqua,
311 neraville, Ashland, Sloonolsin, Vino Oruro, Allentown,
and Philadelphia at 810 A. M., and 205 and 420 P. M.,
chipping at [.el. sac it awl 1,111161 ml way stations, tho 410
p. m. .1111Cetio119 tor Philmlolptila and co
'ambition's. For .rottsvillo, Schuylkill Maven and Au
burn, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna It. It., leuvo liar
ribbing nt 3 f 0 P M.
WWI nine,. leans NEW-YoRK at 0 A. M., 12.00 noon, and
5.00 and 8.00 l?. M , Philadelphia at 3.15 A. M . and 3.30 P.
31; Sleeping Cars accompany tho 0.00 a m and 5.00 and
p a trains nillwnt change.
IVity Passenger train leaves Philadelphia at 7 30 a.
COrineeting Rit n similar train on East Penna. Railroad,
returning from Reading at 0.30 p m stopping nt all sta.
thins ; Pottsville, at 7,00 and 8 45 A. M., and 245 P. M.;
Shamokin at 5 25 nail 11 20 .4. II.; Ashland 7 00,1,
and 12 43 noon, and 1 55 P 31: Tamaqua at 8 3.0 4 31,,
nod 215 and 4 I? M.
Lome Puttetiile,rin. Schuylkill RIM :_ 4 ll3quebamin flail ;
ro.I at 7 10 a ni. for Hart isburg, and 11 30 A. M, for,
Plue n tut Tremont.
An Accommodation Passenger Turin leaves PESDPv]
7.00 A. 01., nod returns from PHILADELPHIA at 5,15 r.
Pottstown Amman:dation 'Pram: Leaves Pottstown Ilk
6,46 n. nr. , returning leaves Pliflndelphnt at 4,30 p. rn.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Rending at. 7 00 A.
31., nod 013 P. 01, for Ephrata, Linz, Inocast.r, Cot
Petkionion Railroad trains learn Psrkionsen Junction,
at 0.00 it in and 000 p at returning :Learn Skippock at
8 10 A at, nail 1.25 p at, connecting ssitli eintilar trains ark'
On Sundays, kayo New York at 9 00 P. M., Philadol,
Phla, 3 a m and 215 P. M., 11w 8 a m train running only.
to:Reading; Pottsvillo 8 A. M., Hand burg,s 25 a a, smk
4 10 and 0.15 pin, and Reading, 1 10, 2,55 and 7 15 a. in.,
fon Ilanrishurg,and 7 00 a. tn., atnl 1110p.m., for Now York,
and I.aa p. nt. lon Philadelphia.
COMMUTATION, UEISON, &MOOR, and EXCURSION.
TICKETS to awl from all points at reduced rates.
Baggage checked through: NO pounds 1100,000 allowe4
G, A. NICOLL%
Leading, Aug. 3, IS&3. General Superintendent.
THOMAS N. COLDER,
The'untletsigned having now entered into the
•\`il7,-2, Alexandria Breit cry, are public are irifo tined
that ha will be pi eparcd at all times to Mk
tatters ott the shortest notice,. '
hltOS. N. COLDER.
Alextndria, Oct. n. ISati-t f.
LUMBER, SHINGLES,' LATHS,
HEMLOCK, PINE BILL STUFF,
!leanly, Plank. Shingles, Plititering and Shingling
Lath, conqtastly or. band.
'Worked FMSII, 8E1111.3, Doors, boor and Win
dow praises, furninlicil at inanufac'srers' prices.
fain and von stry product genorally bought at matter.
ituoS-tf Pliitipbbitrg, Centro cu., Pa.
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
Tim llost Flour, by tlia barrel or smaller quantity for
sale at Lowis' Fmally Grocery.
It- -- n_l3lank Books for the desk
pocket, toy sale at !Jowls' Book SLIM,
5 :111 a
J 11 11 31
4 54 ' 11 2S.
4 30 II 03
4 10 10 4(5
4 co to 3.
3 .1110 20
3 30 10 1
3 31 10 09
314 0 53
3 0.9 J 4';
2 50 9 :.10