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61 . ,abe.
ream tbo Newark Press
Mark Twain Hoaxed.
- -It is seldom pleasant to tell on one's
self, but sometimes it is a sort of relief
to a man to make a sad confession. I
wish to unburden my mind now, and
yet 1 almost believe that, I am moved
to it more because I long to bring cen•
sure uponanother man than because
I desire 'to pour bairn; upon my wound•
ad h - eart. (I don't know what balm
is, but I believe it is the correct ex
pression to use in this connection, nev
ni hiving seen any balm.) You may
remember that I lectured_ in Newark
lately for the young gentlemen of:the
Clayonian Society., I did at any .rate.
Daring the afternoon - of "that' day I
was'walking 'with 'one of the young
gentlemen just referred to, and he said
he had-an uncle who, from some cause
or other, seemed to have grown per
manently bereft of all emotion. And,
- with tears in his eyes, this young man
•, "Oh, if I could only see him laugh'
once more! Oh, if I could only see
1 was touched. I never could- with
stand distress. I said: "Bring him to
my lecture. I'll start him for
"Oh, if you would but do it ! If you
could . but do it, all our family would
blest( you forever—he is very dear to
us.: Oh ! my benefactor,
can you make
him laugh ?, Can you bring soothing
tears to, those arched orbs'!"
' Was profoundly moved. I said :
"My son, bring the old party around.
Ilex° got some. Jokes in that lecture
thatwilh make him laugh if there is
any laugh in him—and if they miss
fire I hays some others that% make
him Myer kill one or the other."
—..Then the young man blessed me,
'and wept on my neck, and blew his
nose on my coat tail, and went after
his Uncle. He placed him in full view,
in the second row of benches, that
night; and -1 .- . began on him. I tried
him with' mild jokes; then with severe
ones; I detied.hitil with bad jokes, and
riddled into him, and peppered him
fore and aft with red hot now ones; I
warmed up to my work, and assaulted
him right and left, in front and behind;
rimed and sweated, and charged and
routed, till I was hoarse and sick, and
frantic and furions—but I never moved
him once—l never started a smile nor
a tear ! Never a ghost of a smile, and
never, a suspicion of moisture ! was
astounded. I closed the lecture at
last with one despairing shriekwith
one wild buret of humor—and hurled
a joke of supernatural atrocity full at
him! Then I sat down bewildered
The President of the society came
up and bathed; my head with cold wa
ter, and said: "What made - you carry
on so toward the last?"
I.said : "Lwas-trying ,to matte that
confounded old fool latih'; in 'We sec
And he said : "Well, you were wast
ing your time, because he is deaf and
dumb, and as b,lind.as a badger?!
Now Wail that any way for that old
rnan's nephew to impose on a stranger
ind in orphan like me ? I simply ask
you, as a man and a brother, if that
was any way for him to do.
' MARK TWAIN.
se.. Artemis Ward, being - present
at a,celebration and exhibition, was
calle upon for a speech, when he re
plied in a "toast to the phair sex :"
"Ladies, sez I, turnin to the Willful
femails hoes presence•was perfuming
the fair ground, I hope you are enjoy.
in yourselves on this ocasbun, and that
lemonaid and- water ov which you are
drinkin, may not go agid you. May
you :allerfi belair as the sun, bright as
the Moon, and butiful as an army with
Union flags—also plenty of good close
"To your sex, commonly called the
phair sex, we are indebted-to bornins,
as well as, many other blessins in these
,grottads oy - ,morrow.
spirited:fools 'blame your sex for the
difficilty in the gardin, but I hey no
dowt but Adam would hey rigged a
cyder press, and like as not went into
a big bust and driven off on a tare.—
Your furst mother was a lady, and all
her,dawters,ditto, and nun but a Joafin
cuss will.say a word agin yu. Hopin
that no - Waive - oftruble will roll across
your peaceful brests, I koneludo these
remarks with the following contiment:
"Woman—she are a good ogg." ,
Or A good story is told of an Am
erican merchant who, a few Sundays
sinee,",went into'a - fashionable London
church a few minutes after the service
bad commenced and stood in the aisle.
The pew-opener passed him several,
times and took no notice of him. They
show more respect to a stranger in
American churches, so he determined'
tb givn - them a-lesson: Seeing that
I t herelvds plenty of room lin several
pews, but_that,lhe, pew - opener passed
him again and again without offering
him a seat, he quietly spread open his
coat tails, and squatted down on the
neatly matted aisle. The clergyman
noticed hiin, and looked at, the pew
opener, who at once, ment l to him and
offered bim'a seat.
"No, thank you," ho whispered ; "I
ism quite comfortable, and shall sit
here all through - the service."
; Forrnie oN Alas.—Aaramusing col
loquy-Caine off at a seppei, ta . tle on
board of one of the ilitissiselppilbolits,
b4ween',,ani,exqpisite,..- - repking . With
hair oil and cologne, who was cursing
the waiters, assuming very consequen
tial airs, and a raw Jonathan-• seated
by his side, dressed in homespun.—
Turning to his• vulgar friend, the-for
mer. pointed-with his long jeweled fin
ger,-ancl said ;
"I see it is," eooll,Yreplied Jonathan.
"Bnttah, sah, I say 1" fiercely replied
dandy. _ .
`"I. know It is very good,4l,lfirst:rati3
"Buttah, I tell you !" thundered the
dandy, in ,still,louder- tones,:poirkting
with slow, unmoving.fingthcand scowl
lug upon his neighbor as if he would
"Welf gosh all Jerusalem, what of
it P' now yelled the ,down.easter, get,
ting his dander up" turn.! , "Yon
didn't think I took it for lard,`did pm?
is m Can tho' bakers on a stiike be
properly termed loafers 'P
m. The storm•kiog is bard to bear
when he's a-bruin.
THE undersigned would respectfully
nnuounce that, in contortion with their TANNICRY,
they haft) Just opened a splendid assortment of
Cotisistin'g in part of
FRENCH CALF SKIN,
• BINDINGS, •
UPPER, - -
- - SKIRTING, &C.,
To g ether with a g eneral assortment of
- pria - NJunab'" _
The trade is invited to call and exarillue our stock.
Store on BILL street, two doors west of the Presbyter
The highest price paid for lIIDE9 and BARK.
C. H. MILLER & SON.
illintingdon, Oct. 28, 1863 -
UNITED STATES •
Authdized WAR CLAI[►I AGENCY
11. NTINGIION,. PA
SOLDLERN HEIRS, ATTENTION !
The act of Congress approved March 2. 1667, gives to
lleirs of Soldiers who died prisoners of wnr,
COMMUTATION FOlt RATIONS,
for the time the soldier was so held a prisoner, nt the
rate or twenty-fire cents per day, to be pnid in the follow
ing order: lat. To the widow, IC unmerited; 2d. To- thn
children; 3d. To the parents, to boll:jointly if they zare
living, if either is dead, to the survivor; 4th. To the bro.
theta and sisters.
The act of February 29. 1807, provides for the refund
ing of the $3OO Commutation Money, where the same per.
son was Pgnin drafted, and was requited to Inter the ser•
vice or furnish a substitute.
• The act of March 2, 1867, also makes proslsious for the
payment of the
$lOO ADDITIONAL BOUNTY
to such soldiers as have accideutully lost their Mahar
AU persons having any claims under any of the above
mentioned Acts, or any other kind of claim against the
United States or State Governments, can have them
promptly collected, by addressing tho undersigned. In
formation and advice cheerfully given to soldiers or their
friends, free of charge.
W. H. WOODS,
Authothed Army and Nary Tranaaim Agent,
ma)9,21867 linunuoDoN, Huntingdon co., Pa
West Huntingdon Foundry.
PLOWS, THRESHING' MACHINES,
FARM : ELLS, SI,EDiNICSLEIGIISOLES. ,
WAGONBOXES 'IRON KETTLES,
For Funnies, Forges, Cirist and Saw Mille, Tanneries
AND ./013 WORE IN GENERAL.
ARCHITECTURAL 'ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT.
Iron Porticos and Verandahs,
-Columns and Drop Ornament for rrocdou
p rtfroa and .
verandahs , -
'Window Lintels nod Sills, •
- Cast Ornaments for wooden lintels,
Collar Window Guards all sixes,
Chimney Tope and Flue;
Sash Weights, Carpet Strips,, -
Register; Heaters, Coal Orates,
'Vault Castings for coal and wood cellars,
Arbors, Tree-boxes, Lampposts,llitchingpesta,
Iron Railing fur portico; votatdiths, balconies, Hower.
Tali] and Comelery , !Furs!, iota. •
Particular attention paid to fencing Cemetery Lots.
Address . ' JAMES SIMPSON,
5e7.5•,68 Huntingdon, Pa.
STEAM PEARL -MULL,
II UN TING DON, PA
THIS MILL is alpoinpiete success in
1 the manufacture of FLOUR, &c. It has lately Lace
thorting).ly repaired and is now in good marling order
and In full operation.
The burrs rind choppers are new and of superior qual
ity—cannot be excelled. And we are gratified to know
that our work has given entire satisfaction to our custo
mers, to about ado tender our thanks:. -; • r '
We have iu our employ one of the best millets in tiro
county, and a faithful and capable engineer._ Thus equip
pad and encouraged, we arO•iltitermined ro persevere in
our efforts to , aceemincidate and please the public, hoping
thbreby to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage
to sustain its In our enterprise for the public interest.
3larket pilce vnid for ILo different kinds of grain on
Flopr and Chop, ou haud, lot bale.
- iOlOl 31.cCALIAN & BON
Ifuntingdou,'Nor. 20, 1867 '
; • ,,„
NOTICE 'TO ALL.
,HILL STREET_ MARKET,
OPPOSITE TUE FIRST NATIONAL DANK.
. I', • .
NO G. MORRISOg. respectfully in
• formi the , citizens of iluntingdon awl vicinity.
that he continues the meat market business in all its va
rious branches, and mill keep constantly on hand
PreNh Deer, Pork, Pudding nod Sausage, salt
Boof and Pork, Canned Fruit and Vegetables, ,
Spices or all kluds,Cateupe pod Samoa, T9Ets,,
Soaps, Chee;e, Salt Lard; 6.d", 1.e.;
All of which he will continue to sell at reasonable prices
.. The highest Prices paid for hides and tallow. Thomas
Colder, at Alexandria.,end Maich & Bro., at Coffee Ban,
aro my agents to purchase at their places.
Thankful for' past patronage, I solicit a continuance of
tho same.. .It. G. MOItitISON.
Huntingdon, Oct. 28, 1867. • •
READ AND 'BE POSTED !
TO THE NETVLY MARMED
AND ALL IN WANT of
New Flirmture, de.
frig undersigned would respectfully
announce that he manufactures and keeps constantly
on hands largo and splendid assortment or
'DINiNtil AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
- • a , BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS
•-• *: • ' - WASH AND CANDLE STANDS
Windsor and cans seat chairs, cupboards, gilt and lose.
wood 40Sulditig f6r mirror and picture Dames, and a rail.
sty of articles not mentioned, at prices that cannot fail to
Ho is also agent for tho knontatalley, 9 Decamp
patent spring Bed Bottom.
Tho public are invited to call and examiria his stock
before purchasing elsewhere., , •
Work.add sales room on ro ll street, mist Smith, one
door west of Itenter's store.
Ifnutlogdon, An t 1,186 q
Idannfaopiger and 'Daalar In'
3E° 17.1 3r.. - I`ir;.l"3o ,i=r6 3E!
Respectfully invitee ILA ' ' fitiedtbin . 61 th e inbifc ' to; his
stand on 11111 M., Huntingdon, in the rear of George W
Swartz' 3yatch and Jewelry store, where he 11101101CtUrpe
and keeps all kinds of purl - lingo atjeductsd , priced. f Yes.
eons wishing to purchase, will do well to give hint a call.
Repairing of all Rinds attended to promptly and charges
AV. Also, Undertaking carried on, and Coffins made in
any style desired, at abort notice.
The, subscriber has a
,21 , E1V AND .ELEGANT HEARSE
and la prepated to attend Funerals at any place in town
or country. ' • • • J. M. WISE. ,
Huntingdon, May 9,'1866-tf
DAPER I PAPER ! !
...L —Note Feat, Commercial, Foolscap and Flataiy.—a
agime; daaor ar itgen t for Bale by the ream, half ream, quire or
beet, ' . .
LEWIS'ROOK A STATIONERY STORE.
By tkiZtiox, pack, or lass quantity, forsalo at
BBWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
Hoop Skirts. Hoop Skirts •
Bost 30 Eprin, White, @7sc '
jolo • - At HENI I(k CO!8.
For neat JOB PRINTING, call at
the "GLOBE JOB PRINTING ()TETON," at Mint
For restoring ay.Hair.: to
its natural Vitality and Color.
is at once agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for preserving the
hair. Faded or gray
hair is soon restored
to its original: color
with' the gloss and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thick
ened, falling hair checked, and bald
ness often, though not always, cured
by its use. Nothing can restore the
hair where the follicles are destroyed,
or the , 'glands' 'atrophied , - a'tid decayed.
But such as remain can be saved for
usefulness by this application. Instead
of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from those deleterious substances which
make sonic - preparations dangerous and
injurious to the hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not harm it, If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can be found so desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet' lasts
long ou the hair, giving it a rich glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr..l. C. Ayer & Co.,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CHEIIIIIITS,
JOHN READ, Agent. eel6.ly
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For all the purposes of a Laxative
Perhaps no one meth.
, t" eine is so universally e.
mined be everybody as
a oath:Art . le, nor was ever
any before so universal
' === _ into floe, in
all Amu , as this 111,1 d
Ayea„,,, but efficient purgative
rut. The obvious rea.
son is, that it is amore
liable and far more elite.
teal remedy than nay
other. Those who have
tried it, know that it cured them; those who have
not, know that it cures their neighbors and fiends,
and all know that what it does once it does always
—that it never fails through any fault or neglecter
its composition. We have thousands upon thou
sands of certilloates of their remarkable cures or the
following complaints, but such cures are known in
every neighborhood, and we need not publish them.
Adapted to all ages and conditions in all climates;
,containing neither calomel or any deleterious drug,
they may be taken with safety by anybody. Their
sugar coating preserves them ever fresh and makes
them pleasant to take, while being purely vegetable
no harm can arise front their use in any quantity.
They operate by their powerful influence on the
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
into healthy action—remove the obstructions of the
stomach, bowels, liver, anti other organs of' the
body, restoring their irregular action to health, and
by correcting, wherever they 'exist, such derange.
meats as are the first origin orthoclase.,
Minute directions are given hi the wrapper on
the box, for the following complaints, which these
Pills rapidly cure:— ;
For 'Dyspepsia. or.lndigention, Listless
ness. Languor and Loss of Appetite, they
should be taken moderately to stimulate the atom.
ach and restore its healthy tone and action.
For Liver 'Complaint and its various symp
toms, Bilious headache, Sick headache,
.7 un di c n or Green , Sickness, - Bilious
Colic and Bilious ECVCIN, they should be ja
dicionsly taken for each case, to correct the diseased
action or remove the obstructions which cause it.
For Dysentery or Diarrhoea, but one mild
dose is g enerally required.
For 3iheutnatism, Gout, Gravel, Palpi
tation of the Illeatt, Pain in the Nide,
Buck itml Imins, they should be continuously ,
taken, as required, to change the diseased action of
the system. !With such. change' those complaints
For Dropsy mul Dropsical listening,. they
should betoken in large and tbequent doses to pre
miere the eirect of a drastic purge. .
• For holm remnion a birgudose should be taken
as it produces the desired effect by pymuntby,
As a Dli»thr PM, take dne'or tWo'Ping to pro
mote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stint dates the" stomach and
bowels into healthy action, ro‘toreli the appetite,
and invigorates the, system. Hence it i 5 often ad
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerabl,y_well, often finds that a dose
of these Pillslnakeslin feel decidedly better, from
their cleansing and renovating died on the diges•
DR. J. C. AYE',lt...f: CO., Practical Chemists,
LOWELL....IIASS. I ,II. S. .1
S. M . CAMIYT. D. T. CALDWEEL, T. M. 1:10110011,
500$ ELLIOTT, t ICM . STOKE.
TYRONE , PLAKING MILLS.
IIicCAMANT, ELLIOTT-& CO.,
Successors to B. D. Boyer d.
Manufacturers and bealeri! In
.Sdsh; Books, Blinds, Flooring,
',Brackets, 211thildings, Stair Railing,
Plastering Lath, Shingles, Common and
, Fancy Pickets,,Frame ,qttiff„
" - AND . ALL BINDS OF LI.JSIBER,
TYRONE; PA:. -
Orders respectfully solicited. jy2o-Om
BURCIIIZIPLI. W M. E. DWRCIIINELL
THOS. BIIROH.T.NELL & SON I )-
„ Or „
SASH; . DOORS, SHUTTERS,
And all- }drift of Building Matirial,
Be. A. BTZZL. MILTON IL LYTLE. OANOEL A. BUHL.
riIITE FIRM' OF STEEL; LYTLE &
STEEL having located on their tract of land with
al two miles of the borough of Iluutingdon, a
STEAM SAW "MILL,
are prepared to manufacture all kinds of
OAK AND PINE LUMBER.
Tho mill will bo run to itn utmost capacity and will be
in operation "daring the entire summer and part of the
autumn months. They will be enabled to furnish Lum
bar in largo quantities, and of all dimonelone, at the low
est cash prices. : - t • • - -
°pion rpspectfully leollclted. Lumber delivered at the
Permit: ltallroad, or canal. .
lluntingdon, April 22,184114 f .
LUMBER, _SHINGLES, . LATHS,
HHEMLOCK, • PINE' BILL STUFF,
Boards, Plank. Shingles, Plastering and Shingling
Lath, constantly on hand.
Worked Flooring. Sash, Blinds, Doors, Door and Win
dow Frames, furnished nt manufac urers' prices.
liraln and coanVy product.gimPloy boallu r at market
rates. C: ..1 r.Nr&tiAitittrAl.ol4.o;
aug FeVrir' Y h " i i l l'f.-fik' t ri'..r Fa r
140 beiivtinioi N iiiijidn,..".7sl 1104,sq,poip4 . _L$49:w
loTiiio,wl34otieryZiptoii-sztr ,to kotoot„.
tiikigt:TEWIWARigsP;IiI T .
ElP4Tionviaqt o k Ali;ilPrand ' &hats to;talto
thitigok to ttor,,y,4orittop jp:PYlify.tcolit4unity. Bust
nest pormaneut. Pays from slst. to $2OO per iriOn h ac
cording to experience and ability. -
Addrese, ZEIGLER, iIIoOURDY & 00., Publiehore,
Philadelphia, Pa, 04:0k:total, a, Chicago..or st.
Louie, ald. t; • ' '' • trobl9
• A euperlor arttcle..ot Note Paper- - fno Envelope
euitabli for confidentiql correspondence, for sale at
:LBIP.t.T.BOOK & srAtramiraroits.--
BUSINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
It yOu want your card neatly printed on pave'
opts, call at l; .
"•: • • • .-4 `• • •
Lim's , BOON AND STATib NEM' WORE.
HARTON & MAGUIRE,
WHOLESALE & rarrAlL
DNA LENS IN
Foreign and Domestic
The attention of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
sod buyers generally, is invited to the Met that we aro
now offering s 13EfTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can be found elsewhere in this part of tho 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,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, Ac„ Ac., together with a large stock of ,
iron, Steel, Hails, Splices, Railroad and
Mining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones, Circular, '
Mill and. Cross. Cut Saws,
and Plain Hol
low ITra re.
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Powder cans
Au oxcellout ogoortment of
KNIVES, FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, SOIS
ORS, RAZORS, &C,
BRITTA NIA & SILVER PLATED WARE.
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most imprOved pattern;
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will flud a general assortment of material for their use
consisting in part of '
,Trimmings, Subs, Spokes,
Rims, Axles, , Springs,, Nuts, Bolts,
Washers, Malleable Irons, Pa.-
tent and enamelledLeather,
Whips, Tongues, Soc
kets, Shafts, &c.
clean be el pplieil with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS.
HORSE AND MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron & Steel
Will find In our oatabllstunent a ninprrior stock of
• LOCKS, _
• r. '•
SASH-CORDS, &C., ' '
AND, MINERS! GOODS.
,NAILS and SPIKES, otall" . ;arioties
• BLASTINOpOWDHR; TURD, -,
uOAL'-PrOdS AND. Sit° VELS.
3F l earrn.terei
Can baswoommodated with everything in their line from
a Grain separator to a Whet-etotte.
Are opeclallylnalted to call nod examine our stock it(
and compare our prices with others
Comprising the fa.nous Russell
Reaper, Mower; and Dropper, combined,
Runde First Premium lIORSH PITCHFORK,
Trace and Halter Chains,
„Brian Chains, •
, Cow Ties,
r r cards, &c., &c;, &c.
Among the epoclaltles of, our House, wo deelro. to Call
attention to the Mohr:Weil -
The excluslvo right to 1611 whirl Wrested In'us;• l Send for
acircular an•d got full particulars of sarao, and sale)
yourself of Ito superior
'Scales of all sires and descriptions, Including
Tea' and •Counter Scales,
, Platform Sables,•
Grocers'• aria bruggists' Scales,
Rolling Mill, Witeelbariow, Pork, Port
' able, Hopper, Miners and Trans. • •
portation, Hay, Cattle and
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS'
The largest and best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY,
fiver offered io file p i ece. •
A GREAT VARIETY OF
GOOK & PARLOR STOVES.
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BRADS,
By the keg: Very low I ,
• Boat Norway nail, rod, bar an booy Iron.
STEEL, of all,sizes and descriptions
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
Lord, Lubricating and Coal
By the barrel or Satlon, 14',!:;ry low flgurno:
Air A call to rospeclinllY fooling cooe
dent they our goods nod prices will not fell to
WHARTON 4 MAOUIHE:
1.1 4 . t i.0., May 7, 7134/7.
Cunn ingham & Carmoa's,
Corner of Railroad and Montgomery Rts.,
WE would call special attention to
the deity antral orCUOIC,E AND BEAUTIFUL
GOODS, which ore offered at
Con.lating of deoutlful bilk. of all *hada., all woo
Poplins, Alpaca', Melange., Armors, Motu., a most
beautiful line of fine Cambric., Barred Studios, Rain
Book., Otoghams, and Chambray..
ALSO, a full lino of Domestic Oooda, smelt a.
HEM BLEACHED BIUSLINS
Flue Brown !hallo, 40 inches wide, Illeocklod
from %to 2 yards wide, Kentucky Jeuny, Rumor
C,aselmero, lo„ ie. • •
Our 'loch of SHOES es.cols anithing.of tho kind this
aide of Philadelphia.
ALSO, a large and well Irelectad Mock HATE sult
able for the lesion'
We make a specialty of this articlo, and kayo en hand
a very fine assortment of
which, will be sold lower than CAN be sold by any otter
home outside of Philadelphia. ITe base also on band a
large stock of
FISH AND SAO
which wo ore selling vary low
In order to be convinced that ours is the plash to buy,
call end examine our goode and prices. , „: •
Wo take pleasure to showing our goods, even If you do
not 'dill to buy. Eo you trill please calf ria& get posted.
CUNNINGHAM & CARMON
Oct: 28, 1888—tf.
• volt •
' evviN -
INFORMS - THE PUBLIC
THAT HE HAS
JUST ,OPENED .; '
SPLENDID STOCK of: NEW GOODS
' CAN'T •BE BEAT'.
• : IN
-CHEAPNESS'. AND QUALITY.
•, 4 ,C.OME AND, SEE. ". •
liuntlugdon, Aprllls; 11368. •
FASHION4BLE . .q , OI33EYS
FALLOW WINTER WEAR,
GEO. F. MARSH,
FOR MpNAND BOYS,
Has removed to Iho second floor ia Bead's New Build
log, when, be futon& to ; Scoop onnatantly on bond th•
latest. styles of•Readymatte'Olotbing and piece:v:6de
".AMISDIOL - N WOLISA AND FRANCK'
CLOTIIS, OADpIDIEDES, ANI') VDSt;INGS
CLOIIIB, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS
CLOTHS, CASSIBIERES,, AND VESTINGS
Being a practical workman of many years experience
he is prepared to make to order Clothing for man and
boys, and, gunritnlos: Liner, durable zoid thillionablo.wbrk
manship. Ile Is determined tnplease everybody.
INir• Ail aro invlfod to • call and examine my .new
stock of beinstifel 'patterns before limlchaslog elsewhere
acid& . ,' " GEO. F .stAnBl!.
„ Makes a Lasting Shine.
Thorn who black their boots on Saturday 'n ight with
ordinary blacking. don't hare much shine'oti Sunday, as
the polish fades off; but the 'thine of
Lasts Saturday, Night and all day Sunday.
IT BEATS 'ANY OTHER BLACKING MADE. •
Manufactured only by J. B. DOBBINS, at bla immense
Bonp and Blacking Works. Sixth Street and German
town Amino, Pitiladolpbta, Pa.
F or Baia b y am ade y & Co., adjoining Lewla' Book Store,
Huntingdon, Pa. norlB •
' ' FOR EVERYBODY,
CHEATER .THAN •AN Y OTHER
KINDS. Call at 'Lewis' Book Store
and SEE ASSORTMENT..
B LANK BOOKS, . .;1
OP VARIOUS 811E8, ton sal 13 at
LEWIS' BOOK AJ.VO STATIONERY STOm
Tho bighoot price will be paid in cash for Bark b . ;
Jell• TIENBY CO. •
OLD ESTARLIS4ED .FIRM
J. RICHARDSON , &
. . 120 AIiKET STREET; P '
Ts the Largest MiinufActuriog Corife"lionoiii Whole.
sale Dealers in Fruits; Nuts; tr., in - the United States.
WA-1y • ,
' AirEIT . CYFENCLAND: . :'S OA
i 7 - : 49. t kreOr:YENci,NO'4oo-i:*j::; 6.
For doing a family washing in the best and cbeeprilt
manner. Guaranteed equal to any'in the world! Um
all the strength of old rosin soap,with the mild, and
lathering qualities of genuine Castile. Try this splen
did Soap. Soil by the 'ALDEN IVOILKS,
48 North Front Street, Philadelphia. 5ep2',68,1y.,
AGENTS WANTED. ,
876 TO 8200 PER MONTIII
Or a cominiv,ion • from which twice that' amount can.bo
madp by ailing the latent fru pro, , ed .
Common Sense Family Sewing Iffacltine
Price $19.00 For circulars and terms address C. BOW
ERS dr. CO, 320 South Third St., Philidelphin. del64ra
FINE CUSTOM MADE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
. FOR GENTLEMEN.
All the LEADING STILES on hand or made to mess
tire. Prices fixed at L•)W PIOUItES. An Illustrated
Price List with instructions for self measurement sent on
receipt of Post Office address.
WM.. F. BARTLETT ; •
33 South Sixth Street, above Chestnut,
' NOTICE TO SHIPPERS,
GREAT REDUCTION OF TOLLS
From Tidewater to all potato on the
Susquehanna River and its Branches,
Chesapeake & Delaware Canal, Tide
water and Pennsylvania Canals.
By Regular daily Tows of Canal Boats from Philadel
phia to places on the Susquehanna River and branches.
Broods consigned to the above points from Ph iladelpala
and Baltimore will be received, carefully handled. and
forwarded by Canal Boats, which are constantly arriving
Ample wnrehoti'e and wharfage room (under cover)
provided for loaded cargoes.
Shippers will find it to their advantage to send for
ward their consignments to receive quick dispaich.
For further particalare, apply to
HOFFMAN & KENNEDY,
No. 304 North Delaware Avenue,
or JOB. JAB. TAYLOR,
No 212 West Falls Avenue,
-,,,... . 'z>‘•alialedr,,,,
... . . Vi,,
OLIVI I- 138A6C11.:,:,
A' mild arid agreeable To . j.p
and CARMINATIVE y ' •-•
Bl- T ft 8,
Extracted entirely from HERBS
and ROOTS. highly beneficia
and Loss of Appetite;
and an ekcellent - CORRECTIVE
for pefsons suffering from iDisor
ders of the Bowels, Flatulence
No. 413 Market Street,; Philadelphia
J. K. TAYLOR & CO. I
SPANISH HAIR DRESSRR.
FOR PROAIHTINGI THE GROWTH, BEAUTIFYING TOO Rain, '
And rendering it 'heck and glossy. No other compound
poetesses the peculiar, properties, which Bo exactly unit
the various conditions of the human hair. The use of
this oil as a hair drcenee has hem:doh - ern& in every see;
lion of the counteyin the, Fpanish Relator eenturiee.—
No preparation of art wail give that elegant luxuriance
and abundance of. heir which have so often, been the ad•
miration of travelers, PI :pain. Thin oil is highly and
delicately perfumed, combing an 'article unrivaled in ed,
cellence and upon which ,the ;Spanish people for limy
years have set Its seal of enduring approval.
Mexicali Wild Flowers Shampoo Lotion
For removing dandruff and scurf from the head. whiten.
leg and pet fuming the skin. This article Is entirely slit'
fermi t from an.) thing of the kind ever offered In this min ,
try unit is warranted free from all poisonoux substonees
v valuable lotion nee used by the Emperor, :Maximil
inn, and binpress ,otta of Mexico, and universally
used by Mexican- for three hundred years. As a wash.
for the howl—it is cooling. cleansing and refreshing.—
.IS hen thus used it at once relieves headitchs:'
WILD FLOWERS,POR , TEIEI TEETH
All these who are in favor o f white teeth and a pleasant
and perfumed bre till should at once use kicriuire's Wild
/lowers ibr the Trletii. All these preparations are put
np in the mt. t , elegant and ornamental manner. We
make no exception in keying that they are an ornament
to a lady's toilet' table, and 'llO . llO complete wlthout them.
Warranted extlefactinY or Money refunded. Dealers
will bear this in mind. told by all respectablo
gists in the United 'Ziates and Vanatlas. Address Orders
AICER,FIDII , IGuTfrn,
pepot and Slnunfctury,
deni 203 Second Stieut, P.ld!adelpbti.
Per u nto nt„ Lon!!' hook Storo,
JOHNSTON &'sA ATTSON
TAKE pldasuro' iioannoincit;g:.to:the
citizens or Huntingdon county and vicinity that they
have jut returned from the East with a -
LARGE - STOCK -- . OF ;GOODS
Which they have Nat openottont at thair new eters,
ONE DOOR EAST OF THE WAMINOTON HOTEL
Their stock consists of
HATS AND CAPS,
FLOUR AND FEED,
CEDAR - -'WARE;
CARPETS, CARPET CHAIN
FISH, SALT, CHEESE,
HAMS,; SHOULDERSISIDES, &c: &c,.
Thoy hnieli large stock of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Consisting of SILKS, MOHAIR% ALPACAS, POPLINS,
LUSTRES, GINOIIAMS, MERINOS, PLAIDS',
Aleir, a 'largenstortniaereeit'
DRESS . EAIBItOIPhs
RY, HOSIERY, GLI:SV.ES,
- A FULL LINE OF WHITE GOODS
We will ieIYWHOL ES MA and EMAIL,
•• . '
AU goods delivered to : residences in Arts and
Poe of clmizo
Oiyo lI ' S 3 trial before poreboebigeleeirliere.
JOHNSTON 'k 19ATTSON.,
Iluptingdon. April 15, 1868
727 CHESTNUT STREET 727
Redpction in the Prices'
RICKEY, SHARP & 'CO,,
NO. •727 CpEISTNIIT ,ISTREIEZ
50 Cases of Imported Dress Fabric's,' at
25 Cents per "Tardirortli'bpuil4e . the
RICKEY, SHARI! ;k_cp.,;.„,
79,7 C4estrila;,yfreec t
Having entered into partnership, inform the public that ;
they are prepared to esehute all tltyles of
Plain and orninieatal Marble WOrk
FA STONES, also Building
;itrt, h' M
alae?o N w t ;i l'S•
prices T asani. shop In the rounti.V ' ;
Orders from a distance promptly attended to.
Shop on MIFFLIN street, a few doors cast- ef the Lta,
thoran church . meh6M67
Ni - A.RBLE YARD: - the •unde - reigncia
-mould reepectfully.call the attention of the citizens
of I untlngdon and the adjoining counties to the stock of
beautiful marble now on hand. He is prepared td &nth&
at the shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tablet
and Stones of every desired , airsi'and form ofdtalfan or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and carrell .wlth
priate devisee, or plain, as may suit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Bills, Jtc.,,will be
furnished to order.
IV. W. pledges himself in furnish =trarial and work
manahip equal to any in the country, eta fair price. Ca
and see, before you purchase elsewhere. Shop. oreith
orner of Montgomery and Mifflin eta.. Huntingdon
WM. wnwals.- •
Eluntingdon, May 161855. „ , ;
THE NATIONAL HALL
Tngdhis Restaurant is
emit:lief Franklin Street, in tho'boionih" de gtht:.-
t on, and , is open during the (lay and, evenint $ The.
best of Wines, XX Me and Lancaster ileer.„The table
will be supplied with the best faro for the public, and tht
proprietors will make these who call on them feel at home.
Ili'tTho Hall , will be, opened ;for' Festivals I Parties,
Amusements. etc. IRICHTER& CONS,-
Oct. 14, 1765-3 m. ". •• ' ' ' Proprietors •
-•- - t
7: 2 - •
A. fine and large assortment always on ,
AT LEWIS' BOOKSTORE,
E. : :;
AT LETVig B.ObZ 'STOItE!.
11UNTINQMsi t ?ENNA..