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Auditors' Notices, 4 times 2 00
Eerily, or other short Notices _ _ 1 50
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Advertisements not marked with the number clinger
lions deeired, will bn continued till forbid and charged ac
cording to these terms.
Local or Special Notices, 10 cents a lino for single in.
sertion. By the year at a reduced rate.
011 r prices for the printing of Blanks, Handbills, etc.
Vrofessionalt Nusiness Cabs.
DR. A. B: BRUMBAUGH,
Having - permanently located at Huntingdon, offers
heel professional services to the comumnity.
Office, the Fame an that lately occupied by Dr. Luden
on 11111 street. ap10,1866
It. JOHN MeCULLOCFI, offers his
professional services to the citizens of Huntingdon
an vicinity. ,Office on Hill street, one door east of Heed's
Drug Store. Aug. 28, '25.
p ALLISON MILLER,
Has removed to the Brick Bow opposite the Court House.
v tliiiia• ,
Office removed to Lefetefe New Building, .
EMI street. Iluutingdon.
July 31,1867. "
dr A. POLLOCK,
•SUI 2 rthron & REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Rill urrend to Surveying In all its branclten, and will
buy and sell Reel Estate iu any part of the United dirties.
The undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of
Iluntingdon county and the tn,veling.public generally
that he has leased the Washington House on the cor
ner of UM and Charles street, in the borough of Hun
tingdon. and he is prepared to accommodate all aho may
favor hint v, ith a call. Will be pleased to receive a fiber•
al shore of public patronage.
A UGUAUS LETTERMAN.
A C. CLARKE, AGENT,
V ° Wholesale and Itetail Denlor In D nil ktudo of
1(5352b 1 1 0 .2gop
• lIIINTIiiGDON, PA.
Opposite the Fronklin nous°, In the Diamond.
Onentry tradeAupplicd.:: apl7'6B
J. R. FI.IIP3ON. B. ATMIITACIS
SIMPSON & ARMITAGE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE INMEICK ROW orroun SnE COURT
Jan. 27, 18138-6 m.
AEAG E C -IT 11. COLLECTING
-OLDIERS' CLAIMS, COUNTS, UACK PAY AND
_ All who may have any claima against the Government
for Bounty, Back Pay and Pensiona,cacrhavis their claims
promptly collected by applying either in person or by let
'W. R. WOODS,
TTORNEY 42' LAW;
The name of this firm has been chang•
ed from SCOfl & BROWN, to ,
SCOTT, BROWN & BAILEY,
under widch name they will hereafter conduct their
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HITNTINGD ON, PA. ,
PRNSIO.N.S, and all claims of aoldlore and itoldiere heirs
sgaiuet the Ouverumunt, will be promptly prisecuted.
May 17, 1881(.
K. ALLEN LOVELL,
District - , :Attorney of Huntingdon, County,
jIU manor i• •
OFF/.61.1—1n the room lately occeple,rby U. M. Feeer.
3 , IILTON S. LYTLE,
- ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ITIII attend promptly to all kinds of legal buslneei en
trusted to hie care.
. . . -
COLI.KCTIONO made with the least possible
. Epetial attention given to CONVEYANCING In all its
branches, such as the preparation of Deeds. Mortgages,
Leases, hoods, Articles of Agreement, Ac.
All questions relating to
'LAND TITLES IN. PENNSYLVANIA.-
. , .
Carefullyeonldared. . "
lie Wall also awertain for land il owners whlther their
lands ate patented and obtain ' .
for then who may desire them.
Received the only GOLD MEDAL at the
PARIS EXPOSITION, „
They are adapted to all kinds of Family Eosins. arid
- to the use of r , rametreeses, Dr. smokers, Talon]. 51einr•
lecturers of Shirts, Collars. Skirts, Cloaks.
(nothing, hate. eaps:Gorseti. Linen Goods, Umbrellas,
tgarasols. etc. They work equally well upon silk, linen.
dsooless and. COttoll goods, with silk, cotton or linen
.thresd. 'they, will seam. quilt, gather. hem. fell. cord.
braid, hind. and perform every qiecies of sewing. making
a beautifill and perfect stitch. alike on both sides of the
The qualities which recommend them ,nrot
4. Beauty and excellence of stitch, ithke on both tildes o
the fabric sewed. --
.2. Str.ngtli, firmness and durability of seam, tbot will
not rip nor ravel. '
Sammy of Thread.
4. Attembettenti and wide raugo of application to purpo
set; aud, in.iterloB.
5. Compactness and elegance of model and notch.
6; Simplicity and thoroughness of censtrurtlon'.'
fipevd. ease of operation mai management, and quiet
" - •
,1 nese of oioyeinerit, - '; •-, _ - ,••
inetricticiu fru.to all. Machines kept in repair one
year Tree of charge.
V. B. LEWIS, Agent,
JOB' PRINTING OFFICE
THE ,‘ GLOBE 'JOB OFFICE" '
the most complete of any in the country, and poe.
pima the most ample &cattle° for promptly executing 10
the best style, every variety of Job Printing, such as;
RQGsBj. M tIES,
LABELS, &C., &C., &C
CALL ATM Mgt:a 0%00171E78 07 WORIC,
LEWIS' BOOK. STATIONERY L MUSIC STORE
r • COUNTRY DEALERS' can
jt buy CLOTH/NO froindue in Huntingdon at
WHOLESALE as cheap se they can in. the
ales, as I have a wholesale store in Philadelphia.
. L UM B ER FOB, SALL .
t toai.d4, - rtaui‘, stqing. Joint. Itodpg U and JOllll. Wilt%les, three and feet feet ' , P,ldatet . tog Lath,
'yor wield Ikinufacitires'epricee
1 o 0
WM. LEWIS, HUGH LINDSAY, Publishers.
WM. B. ZEIGLER,
• y •
FUMIS fling FarICY,
Alpacas, Poplins, Plaids, De'Anse, Lawns, Oinghams,
Prints, fine Camtwies, NIUSIIUN Denims, fine Liuen,
P equal. Indio Twills, &c.
A largo assortment of
Lathes' Fashionable Dress Triniming,s.
Silk Fringes, Buttons, Bugles, Velvet Ribbons, etc.
Furnishing Goods, Stockings, Moreno, Cotton, Wool, As
-1.,0 - vreo.
Kid of all colors, Silk, Thread, Cotton, &c., of all sixes,
and latest styles. Under garments of all kinds, for La.
dies, Gents and Children.
Table Linen, Musline, Napkins. Doylies, - ke. Sheeting
and Shirting, Drown end Blenched, trom 8 cents up.
.VE - 11LIT7 K)oDalt
A large stock of the latest styles. A large stock of
Notions, Zephyrs, Yarns, Ac. All cheaper than the
ireltoom, opposite the First National Bank, Hunting.
FALL AND WINTER,
JUST RECEIVED •
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentlemen'. Clothing of the beet material, and mode
in the beet workmanlike manner, call at
- H. ROMAN'S,
oppoeite tan Franklin Rouse in Market Square, Munting
an't Be Beaten !
J JOHN H. WESTBROOK XI
Respectfully Intorni., Om citizen, of Huntingdon at.d
vicinity that he hasjust received from the city a NEW and
splendid stock of
GROCERIES , CONFECTIONERIES,
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, &c., &c., &c., &c.
all of which ho la prepared to cell at greatly reduced price,
,Dou't forget the old stand in the Diamond. Old caste
ruers and the public generally aro invited to call.
Huntingdon, oct.2N, 1808.
Ai CEO. SHAEFFER
allnejust returned from the east with siCa l e
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &a,
Which he offers to the Inspection of hie cuetomori and
the public generally. !le will sell his stock at the most
and those who purchase once will surely call again.
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING done in the neatest and most expedi
Call upon Mr. Schaeffer at his shop on 11111 street, a
few doore west of the Diamond, Oct. 28, 1888.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE
jlnforms the public that ho bee just
opened at hie old stand iu the Diamond,
A. Fine Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
All of which ho will sell at fair prices. Quick salts and
small profits. rail and examine my stock. '
Manufacturing and Repairing done to order as usual.
Huntingdon, Oct. 28,1868.
Carriagelk Wagon ikkix. a _ 4
P. S. ISENBERG & CO.,
Respectfully inform the citizens of Huntingdon and
the Public generally that they have commenced the Car
riage and Wagon blanufacture in the building formerly
occupied by AudersonCozzens,
IN TUE 110ItoUGII OF HUNTINGDON,
Near Mary &gee •tore, where they wilt be plowed to
accommodate alt who call and give prompt attention to
all order e, either for now work or repairs.
Their workshall be put up with the beet material and
In a workmanhke manner.'
A Ittp cal par.m ono solicited.
LinoOW/au, Juuo 17.1 y
Choice Groceries, Candies, Toys, &c
D. AFRICA' & CO'S.
FAMILY GROCERY. CONFECTIONERY AND FA
RIETY STORE; lIVATIFGDON, PA
Our stock consists of all kinds of Groceries, Teas, Api
ces. Conned and Dried Fruits, Cider Vinegar,' Common
and Fancy Soups, of all kinds. Hair Oil, Perfumery, Pea
'Knives, Pocket Books, Le. Call and examine our stock,
and take a view of our splendid Harbin Soda Fountain.
Don't forget the place—north-east corner of Diamond.
Huntingdon, June 24-1 y D. AFRICA A CO.;
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID
G. B. ARMITAGE,
- HUNTINUIJON, PA.
Represent the moat reliable Companies in
the Country. !lutes as low as is sonslateut
with reliable indemnity. eep 2, 'bS.
pital Represented over $14,000,
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Ilse removed to Hill Street, linntingdon Pa, olio door
east of the Post Office where he tit prepatad to do ell
kinds work in hie lino of business. Ile 4ls just received
a full line of
and be invites a call from the public, piimlising tainahe
Kuode to order lr:lt yptlft 4,: d ike
rhau Tele gec t r.
tiuntiqr,don, ra., Oot. 7tb,.11M.
ONTHLY-. TIME BOOKS,
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HUNTINGDON, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1869.
PENNSYLVANIA RP IL ROAD
TIME OF LEAVING OF TRAINS
WEST IPA RD. RASTWARD
i'....1 1: , , ,
•14.1 1.14.1 A. m.l A.M. I A. N.l P. e.l A M.
05 ...... 111 38, N. Hamilton, 5 13,11 45
14 111 1,01 511. Union,— .... 5 04;11 37
03 .....112 01 slaploton, 4 51'11 09
32 12 11 Mill Cr0ck,—...... 4 45 11 '2O
15 7 50,12 30 349 Huntingdon, 8 45 1 4 30 11 06
05 ..... 112 54 !Petersburg,— 4 10 10 48
11 .....1 1 051 'Barren, I ......I 4 00,10 39
22 1 15 •Spriteaereek, ...... 3 51,10 31
35 130 1111rmingbron, ..... 3 39 , 10 18
41 3 35 1 40 4 31,Tyrone . 8 00 a 31 10 11
' 50 1 51 'Tipton • - - 3 20 10 00
03 ...... 2 01 ' Fostoria , 3 14 9 55
08 ...... 2 03 Hell'. 311116,- 3 09 0 60
7259 05 2 301 505 Altoona,. 730260 9 30
A.M. P. M A. 0
EXPRLSS Eastward loaves
nt Huntingdon at 11 Is
The FAuT LINK filista ant • leaves;
A. 51., and arrives at Huntingdon at 1 •
The ClaelaNATl EXPRESS Lastward I
5:45 P. N. and arrives at Ilunt.ugdoit
The FAST LIM: Wirsta aid, leave•
8 05 P. 51. and arrives at Altoona at 0
The .13iLTIMORE Itxras4ll, leaves Hunt
H., arrives at Alltoonn, 8 15, a. u.
November 25, 1868.
HUNTINGDON & BROAD TOP
On and after WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16m, 1868,
&mongol. Trains will arrive and &pat t as Wawa:
UP TRAINS. DOWN TRAINS.
P. M. A. M.
ye 4 45its 8 Su
4 53 8 Si
08 , 8 51,
5 17 8 68'
fi 31 • 9 14
5 581 9 89
13 131 9 64
0 191 9 55
10 12 1
la 11 Lb
LE G 40 1 LE 10 2
655 t, 10 40
7 00', 10 45
an 7 10IAK 10 65
Fa ten ,
inroad Top City, I
Sopt:23, 'GS, JOIIN
READING RAIL ROAD.
:MONDAY, DEC. 14, 18C8.
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
North and North-West for PHILADELPHIA, NEW
kutal, READING, POTTSVILLE, TAMAQUA, ASHLAND, SHAMOKIN
LEBANON, ALLENTOITN, EASTOT : EPHRATA, LITIZ, LtNCAS•
TIER, COLUMBIA, AX.,
Trains leave Ilan isburg for Now York, no follows : At
3 50, 5 50 and 8,10 A. 01., 410, 2 05, 10,50 P. 18., connect
ing with similar trains un Um Pennsylvania R.ll,arriving
at New York 11 00 .0, M., 12 20 Noun and 3,50. 7.00, 10.05
I'. 31. and 6.15 a. m., rospeetivoly. Sleeping cars accom
pany the 3 50 a ni and 10 50 p. tn. trains without change.
Leavo Harrisburg fur Reading, Pottmillo, Tanopla,
MinerSvllle, Ashland, Shamokin, Piuu Oruro, Allentown,
um! Philadelphia at S 10 A. AI., and 205 and 4 10 I'. 111.,
stopping at LebOnfli and pi incipsl way stations; tho 4 10
p. m. twin niaking, connections for Philadelphia and Co
lumbia only. For Pottavillo, Selm3lolll Havou and Au
burn, via sclinylkill and Susquehanna R. It., leavu Har
risburg nt 3 30 P 31.
Returning, tear° Nr.w.Yons at 0 A. M., 12.00 noon, and
5.10 and 13.00 P. 01 , Philadelphia at 8.15 A. M and 0.30 P.
31; Sleeping cars accompany the 0.00 nm and 5.10 and
8.00 p la MAUS 110111 MW Yolk without change.
Way Passenger train lentos Philadelphia at 7 30 A. AL,
connecting wall similar train on East rouna. Railroad,
retaining Irma Reading at 0.35 p in stopping at all sta
tion.: Potts,illo at 7,30 and 8 45 A. 31. and 2 45 I'. Si.;
Shamokin at 23 A. 31.; Ashland 7MI and 12,30
noon, Tamaqua at 820 A J 3., and 220 31 for rhiladel.
Leave, Pottsville, via. Schuylkill and Susquehanna Rail
road at 7 1U a In. for llamsburg, and 11 SO A. XI, (or
Pine Grove and Tremont.
, An Accommodatiou Pummuitor Train loaves BEADING at
7.30 A.M., and returns trout PIIIIADELPIIIk at 4,45 P. M
Num...mu Accommodation Train: Leaves Pottstown at
6,45 a.m., taming leaves Pluludelphia at 4,00 p. m.
Columbia Railroad 'llama lease (tending at 7 00 A
M., and 013 P. SI., for Einata, Litt; Laneast_ty Col
Perkiomen Railroad trains leave Perk[omen Junction
at 0.15 a m sad 5.40 p in - returning: Leave Sklppack at
8 111 a in, and 12.45 p ut,couriectiug with similar trains on
On Sundays, leave Now York at 8 00 P. M., Philadol•
Wit, 8 a m and 3 15 I'. 31., the 8 a in train running only
to Reading; Pottsville 8 A. 51., Hurd burg,s bU u in, and
410 and 10 50 p in, and heading 115, 3,00 nod 7 15 n.
for llarrisburg,and 12. 50 and 7 31 a. in., fur New York,
and 4.25 p.m. for Philadelphia.•.
COMMUTATION, MILEUIE, SEASON, SCHOOL, and EXCettslo:l
TteBnrs to and from all points at reduced rates.
Baggage checked through: 100 pounds Baggago allowed
each Passenger. `
O. A. NICOLL9,
loading, Doc, 14, 1868. General Superintendent.
NEW STORE and NEW GOODS!
• Benjamin Jacobs ,
Respectfully informs his old frlends and the public
generally, that he has again located in the borough of
HUNTINGDON. and Lae opened a very largo and entire new
stock of Goods in Saxton'a Store Room opposite Louie'
Book Store, consisting of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTH
ING, HATS and CAPS, BOOTS
and SHOES, QUEENSWARE,
and EVERY VARIETY OF
To be found in the best stores in tho:place, all of which
ho 0111 sell at prices to suit the times, and hopes to re•
UCH° a liberal chars or maroon° trom n generoue public
Urn% torget to give me a call and I will try to pleas.
you with Goods and prices.
The undersigned having leaned the above popular and
well known house, svhioli has been thoroughly repaired
and greatly Improved, no well as entirely refurbished
throughout with elegant new. furniture, including all the
appointniente of a first elms Hotel, will be ready for the
reception of garde, an and after the 15th of November,
WK. - ' nowgim.
WII: ROSENST4EL &
a MANUFAATOREAS OF A 81;PERIOi
Oak Slaughter Sole and Beltin
500 Bushels Plasterer's Hair, for Palo.
..iIr•DASII PAID FOR MIRES AND DARK. — fift
• W. 11. ROSENSI'NEL & SON,
laupleton Depot, Huntingdon Connty, Penns
Dec. 0, 1865-Om. ,
W. U. WOODS,
R, MILTON lIPLER,
Jul 00 NOR 11,
JOHN BARE & CO.,
3E3 axi ia gs 9
CAPITAL n - -
Solicit accounts from Banks, Bankers and otl
liberal Interest allowed on time Deposits. All
Securities, bought and sold for the usual Comm
' Bolle;c1joge made on all points. Drafts on all
Bur* supplied at Ihe usual rates.
Persons depositing t3oid and Silver will receive the
same in return with Interest. Toe partners are individ
ually liable for all Deposits. iy22,18684f
DIARIES Fog. 1869.—A large assort
ment of different styles for Sale b.t
Lewis' Book Store. tf.
HOOFLAND'S GERIAN BITTERS
Hoofland's German Tonic.
The Great Remedies for all Diseases of the
LIVER, STOMACH, OR DIGESTIVE
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Is composed of the pure Moen (or, no they are medici
nally termed, Extracto,) of It Herbs, and
Barks, making a prepara lion, highly concentra
ted, and entirely free from tdcohoite admix/aro
of any kind.
11.00FLAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
Is a combination of ail the ingredients of the litiltara,
with the purest quality of Santa Cruz Runt, Orange, &c.,
making one of the most pleasant and agreeable remedies
ever uttered to the public.
'Xhosa 'ireful ring a Medicino free flout Alchoholic ad•
mixture, \\lll Ude
Altoona at 10 30 r
lIOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
;Altoona at 12 45
59 A. 31.
Thom, who have no objection to the combination of
be bittern, an stated, y, It eta
loaves Altoona at
at 7 GO I? M.
lIOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
2, P. M.
They aro both 'etinally good, and contain tho samo
medlcunti virtues, the choico httwoon the two being a
mere mutter of test°, Um Tonic being the most yalatnlito.
lagdoa, at 6 64 A
. . .
The stotnecli, from a variety of causes, such as indiges
tion, n)speionta, lei taus • Lability, etc, is very apt
to Ism its tuncnons de ranged. The Liver, epn
pathrzing as closely as it dots with the stomach,
thee becomes idlected,the result of which is that the
patient IlllnOld ireui several ur mole of the renewing die.
Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Pike, Ful
ness of Blood to the Head, Acidity' of the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust
fbr Food, Fulness o• Weight in the
Stomach, SOW' Eructations, Sink-,
lay o• Fluttering at the Pit of the
Stomach, Swimming itf', the'
Head, flurried o• Difficult
Breathing, Fluttering at
the Heart, Olzoking or •
when in a lying posture,
Dimness of Vision,' Dots
or Webs before the Sight,
Dull Taira in. the Head, Defi
ciency of Perspiration, Yellow•
tress of the Skin and Eyes, pain in
the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc.,
Sudden Flushes of Heal., Burning in
the Flesh,- Constant' Imaginings of Evil,
and Great Depression ,of Spirits.
en 4 27
ILL 7 25
ILe 1 10
Thu sufferer from these diseases should exercise the
.greatest caution ill tllO 60 k 11 etlo of a remedy tor
Ids case, puichasing only that whicirhe Is assured
trout his inrestigatiom and iuquiries possenses
true went, is shillitll3 compounded, Is lieu tram
Milli Woe top edients, mud h-e established for itsell a rap-
IMlllill fur the cure of amnu did,,,..., to this COULltetilal
WO IN 011 id ',MAME those well Mum ti lentedies—
- WORLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
ILO °ELAND'S GERMAN TONIC,
I'l4T:wed by Dn. C. 31. JACKSON,
Twenty.two years since they wore first introduced into
this country 'rum Germany, tin t lug which tittle they have
undoubtedly Val !armed inure canes, and benefited buffer
ing nuneautty to a grater caveat, than any other reme
dies known to the public.
These remedies will elf ectually cure Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspep sin, Llii mile or Nervous
BehitilYi Cl., Lioic limy it Imes, Disease ot the Kid.
nets, and all Diseanes au i niiit, Dun a disordered Li
ver, `dtouitieh, or Intestines.
Resulting front any Cause laminar ; PROSTRATION
Or TUB SYSTEM, induced by Severe Labor,
"Au ((ships, .u.ryostue, fevers, tts.
There is no medicine extant equal to these remedies in
each eases. A tone and vigor as hapat ted to the whole
nyeittan, the appetite is ill eugtiiened, toad is enjoyed, the
stomach digests ptemialy, the blood is pllrlfitti f ILI)C0111.
plaster. Lesuotes sound and healthy, the yellow tinge In
et adiCittell Item the eyes, a bloom In given to the cheeks,
and the wtak awl nervous invalid becomes a strong and
healthy being. -
rEnsoss ADVANCED IN LIFE,
A nd feeling the hand of time weighing heavily upon theln,
ith it its ttteudatut dla, Wlii had m the use tot this Ulf-
VMS, or Ilia 'WNW, un elixir that Min !mail new tile
Into their veins, leatore in a measure the energy and ar
dor la more outlaw de3s, build up their shrunken term,
and give health and hupptpe.n to their remaining years.
It 11111 troll establhhed fact that ililly 'ono half of the
feinale portion of °Ur pop • ulution are edition% lii the
enjoyment of p,oodhr,Ol.ll; , or, to usa their 4"1.1 ex
preasion,•nerer feel mull.' i hey are languid, (16f Old
of all energy, extremel) mesons, and LlOOO no ap
petite. • ,
To this clans of imteimie'thd SITTERS; . or the TONIC,
id especially recureniuudect. , I ' •
Are math: strong by the use of either of these remedies.
They will cure every case of 31AltAUMUS, without fail.
Tueosandn pi col [inmates hove acksuinulAtvd in Ulu hand.
of the proprietor, hit apacn'will ullOw of the publicallen
of but u tow, 'I hose, it will bo observed, tiro emu of nbp,
and of such standing that they mult be believed. '
LION. GEORGE W. WOOD - WA - RD,
Chief Justice villa Suprevie.Cola t of Pa., Nvritee :
. . Pailialdpida, March 18,17 67.
"I find 'lloofland's Ger' wait Bitters' is a good
tonic, °scud in di. us./~ ( ~ot tho digestive organs,
and of great benefit la Gibes of debility, and
cant or ant You, lle11111• , 11l lite system.
' Yours, truly,
' . 'GEO. W. WOODWARD."
110 N. JAMES THOMPSON,
Judge of Supreme Court of Penns sarFnia.
"J consider tilonfitnl's Herman Bitters' a valuaida meat.
icine in alto 01 alluckx of Indigestion or Itylipepas. I
c i ao manly this how my expurnmoo• or it. Yours , with
FROU REV. J02.111'1111. KENEARD, D. D.,
Pastor oflhq Tenth Raplist Chursh, Philadelphia
. ~ .
' Dr. Juelcson—Denr Sir: I have been itequently .
ted to connect my mind with recommendations of tidier
ent Muds et medicines, but regarding the practice es out
of utj appropriate spume, 1 have iu all cases de
clined; but with delearl prowl in ihrideli Instan
ces and particularly ht' my oWn taiutty; Of the
114U111111Ctli 01 Dr. liou. laud's Clorm.,ri Ihtterel, I
depart for onto from my Itatall Coarse, to express my full
conviction that, for general debility of gm system, and
especiatiy for laver euettaatlit, a to a raft. and valuabie
prepdrutton. In some cubes it may fail; but usually, I
doubt not; it will be very belie:whit to' these v, he nutter
from the tame causes.
Yews, 'Very respectfully, . ' '
J. It. li.t.NN ARD,
' . , • tAgli al, llt hair Coates St.
Assidant Edit, Chratian Chronicle, rhilude/phia
1 Lave dm ived decided benefit tram the use of Hoof
land'h German Bitters, and feel a My IA Ivllego to more.
mend lltem Ito IL most Valuable totlic, to all villo tiro suf.
tering Irom - generardebility or from diaeasss arising from
derangement of the liver.'
V. B. 1.3P,5,
P. AL DARE.
lloolleud'e Germain Itemodiea aro counterfeited. See
„,„t the aignaturo of C. M. JACKSON in on the
wrapper ot ouch bottle. All °there are counter,
°Mao `and •Menufactory at the Ger
man -Medicine Store, IS o. IId.CAROM Street, l'hiladelphla,
Pennqlvania, • ,
C44fies M. Evalr, Prpprietor,
.F9ralerly C. r4. ! 7&04.90N & CO
par a of
lloofionci's German Bitters; por bottic, . Co
lidlC'dozen, . . 600
gignion Tonic, nut up in quart bottles $1 60
por bottle, or s half dimen for $7 60.
4V-Do not forget to okamitio well Doi !Aide you buy,
in order to get the genuine: r
• For sale by all Dealers in Medicine.
April 2 120 5 1--ly pntrw. •
Pllll./DILPIIIA s PA
FROM BEV. E. D. DENDALL.
his. EDITOR :—Did you over take a
trip on the Broad Top Railroad, as far
as Marklesburg, then travel to the left
through Savage Forge, Paradise Fur
nace, Newberg and Eagle Foundry to
Broad Top City ? If you didn't, I did.
If you wish to see rugged country
make the trip in winter. If' you pre
fer a pleasant ride and picturesque
scenery take the summer. Along this
route the first place worthy of note is
Savage Forge:; the country Surround.
lug is rough and quality of soil poor-
At the Forgo, what a lonely spot! A
'dozen of dilapidated log tenements—
but ono has inmates. - Who could have
foretold at the time the sound of the
forge hammer• reverberated from hill top
to hill top, whon'business was liveliest,
that it would now be the neglected,
forgotten spot it: is? After noting in
a diary that the once Savage Forge
was a savage looking place I proceeded
up the hills and down the slopes, over
the drifts and through the hollows to
Paradise Furnace. I had formed in
my opinion that this place' 'Rai?. a spot
among'the ' beautiful—perhaps, owing
to the name. 'But,• alas the •disap
pointment at my •- arrival. Rocks
sprang•up in defiance of the lofty tree
,tops, as if they too wore eager'to lid
vance. Looking to the north, there
were hills; to the south, there were
hills; to • tho east, there were hills; to
the west, there were hills: Hills on
ifery' side elevating their snowy caps
heavenward. In fact; the place was
founded do a hill, The blast of- the
furnace was silent'—the dwellings Were
tenaritless. Everything seemed to
.have forsaken' the •place. Indeed it
was,forstiken. I. jogged along thinking,
•"A great big house and nobody living in
' A lot of little houses and nobody there.
"'soon arrived at NeWberg. It you
had' have Weep with me you 'Would
have declared—no doubt—that this
place was so new thatit had hot reach•
od 'maturity, or else so old it was on
the decline. A sinall"village of small
and old buildings constitute Newberg
=more appropriately Old-berg., 'Here
I enjoyed the hospitality of a 'friend,
over night, which caused me to become
so exultant as to give vent to my foot
ings with the poetical expression,
Happy, happy man, I must say,
Always finding a place to stay.
With the dawn of day I continued
my journey. Leaving 'as Lot loft burn.
ing Sodom, possessing no desire to look
back. ', After traveling some distance,
the country assumed a different ap
pearance. There were to be seen a
number of fine farm buildings and very
excellent farms,, perhaps not equaled
only in the, richer valleys of the coun
ty. Eagle . Poinedry was the next
place through which I paheed. This
place has been of "horse Rake" noto
riety, as, a great number have been
introduced throughout the different
counties by Messrs. SCAM. and Amos,
during the last three Orifoui years.
wouldn't,fancy settling in that'pluce
,for life. Yet, there are sonie clever
people who have a great attachment
,to the place, and think,
, • "There is, no place like home.". ,
, They -prefer that place„ among. the
hills to one more, •levet and of a, more
genial clime. .But on I go, wending
my way •to the , mountain, through
some of :the country where. a heavy
scre,p of "penuyroyar, is turned down
that a crop of hriers maybe ready for
the approaching harvest. A gentle
man,, informed me •a portion .of the
country ,was so poor_ that whippoor
wills fly., over it .without notieing . it,
"kildeere carry provision with them
anti "bumblebees" crawl yery,cantious
ly up the mullen stalks with
tears in their oyes and gaze very wish
fully At., ! the, passers -by., Broad, Top
p,ity was reached ere darkness over
took me, where I refreshed myself un
til next .day, when I took a convey
,anee to Dudley.. Arrived safely and
was soon behind the "Iron Horse" for
Cove Station,, to take unoth . or trip, over
another mountain to blartipsburg r of
which I may write you
WIS. ,H, PLENNER
POISONED BEER. —.Beer • in!Englanii,
years ago, °used to be,. regarded as a
very, healthy beverage,: but of late it
has, been discovered,that the beer used
in most of, the common t drinking pla
ces is „adulterated. , Statistics ,show
that drunkenness largely increas
ed, and . .thousands had died froMin
dulgingfreelylnheer drinking„ ',Evi
dence taken before committees enga
ged in examining, into the adulteration
of malt liquors, established the fact
that it was the, custom to adulterate
beer.. The,Fatglish,press is indignant
over the . diseorery,tbat the groat na
tional bev,prage, which, is food, and
drink,for the tillers and toilers of Eng
,land, should bo found syStematically
poisoned, The luvestige.tiou showed
that, among the ingredients put in
n quers, were coculus .intlicus, grains of
paradise, and , copperas; thelatter he
ing nothing - less than green vitriol. ,
Beer houses have been regarded every.
Where as the great curse Of the coon
'try; but amuch greater eprse was the
stuff seldvin them. In . this :city it has,
been -discovered - that a largo a mount of
the stuff sold for lager beer is a coin
pound of the vilest ingredients, In
many eases persons who hare boon in
'the frequent habit of drinking it at IoW
places ha're found their health impair
ed,land have prematurely died. Pure
beer is • undoubtedly an -invigorating
beverage. The inhabitants of Ger
amply are mostly robust people; but
then it must be remembered that their
beer was pure,. which,cannot - be Said
of the swill sold in many. places inthis
city. -I.iager• has• become, a' popular
beverage in this city. How is the evil
to be reached, is a-subjectlhat should
engage the' attention of the, Health
Board.—.rsiew York Paper.
TERMS, $2,00 a year in advance.
How often do we find parents weep
ing over the dissolute habits of a be
loved son, and wondering how their
child could ever have fallen into such
evil habits! Yet, if they go back and
examine their actions and conduct in
the presence of and toward that ROD,
too many a parent will find, with bit
ter agony, that ho himself il LI'S furnish
ed a ruinous example to his own child.
Has ho not himself, from time. to time,
at the invitation of a friend, or .on
convivial occasion, been induced to
take his social glass? Has he not
lent the aid of his name and character
to enable that tavern-keeper 'to pro
cure a liceneu to sell liquor? Has he
not offered wines or other liquors, to
his guests, at his own house, on the oc
casion of some social entertainment
or Now Year's day anniversary ? Has
he not withheld his name and influ
ence from the great temperance refor
mation, and by thus standing aloof
in fact opposing this benign element
of regeneration' to drunkenhumanity ?
If so, he may be, assured that he has
furnished a - terrible' example to lure
his own child on to its destruction.—
That son will i not think it wrong.to
take' hie social glass with a friend af
ter seeing his father do' so; and 'that
very tavern for which thif influence of
that father had procured a license,
may become a "gate of hell" to his
ruined son. At the social board, in
his own home, that mother May pOur
out for her own son•his first glass, and
may kindle in his bosom that terrible
whose devouring flames will
blast and destroy the happiness of ,her
self and.son forever. An awful respon
sibility does indeed .rest upon that
parent•who, either .by example or oth
erwise, • countenances habits,. in , his
child which will probably. .end in in
We often, too, heat-fathers mourn
ing over the. dissipation ofdtheir. BORS,
and .averring, that they would, be
ready.to lay down their lives if it
would effect the reformation .of their
children. They no doubt pray anx
iously that their eons may , become
members of some temperance society ;
and yet, do they belong to any' Slid]
society themselves? Have they over
done anything to advance the interests
of the temperance cause? Have.they
not rather, ,by declining to become
connected with . such associations; fur
nished an example to their own chil
dren and others to .decline ,also ? To
them, then, we would say, join first
yourselves. Your-names and infiu
once may not .only beithe means of
saving your own sons', but may help to
give freedom, and happiness to thou.
sands of others who groan under
the thralldom of -intemperance. Do
not hope and expect that others will
-labor amid contumely and reproach,
for the benefit of your sons, while you
yourselves aro virtually opposing their
Mutts, and lending your countenance
to those who 'are' sneering at the be
nevolent - enterprise :of temperance
men.—Phrenological Journal. •
A REMARKABLE TREE.—It would
seem as if 'nature:having finished the
'rest' eV the" world in an orderly '.and '
sedate frame of mind, gave way.to her
frolicsome tendencies in Australia.
_Can, anything be more 'essentially le
ttin kangaroo, or "a tree
Which sheds - its bark instead of its
leaves ?' , 'Austialia.is the'fareo of-crea
tion.' But amid all its• oddities-we nniv
and therrfind specimens of the, useful
and magnificent. Among, ttiem, is - the
,Euculyptus, a remarkable. tree, which
attains the height•tiatVe hundredieet,
thus reaching dimensions which .ena
able it literally to throw into the shade •
the far-famed gigantic, trees of Califor
~But as it to .vindicate its'tiative
Australian'right to 'he peculiar, it 'Cora
.bines What' has -nezer before ' been
known , to unite in a'. tree—great ra
pidity of, growth • and great compact
ness of fibre, which give it, a, great
economical value for mechanical par
poses, ant; make, it, inyaluable - 'as a
means of restoring foreSt v•rowth
in those regions which . have - been' de
nuded of it.,' It has another,.penuliari
ty, which makes it still: more available
for, the . latter .purpose, which: is its
adaptation to the arid and ~ .waterless
portions of the globeinlwarm,elimates.,
A. tree. planted in h Algiers. fifteen
_years ago has attained the volume and
the;qtuilities of,amottk,a hundred years
old; and• from. a tree' planted three
,years ago'has sprung a tree now four
feet in circumference at the base. ,It
is now-being introduced in Italy. upon
the bare summits and,rnountain ridges,
and'as its leaves. exhale a . ; delightful
fragrance and exercise a.powerful anti
,miasmatie influence, perhaps:A- may
counteract, and drive Latch the, deadly
,blight has for centuries been
creeping:up from the Pontine marches
_upon the, "Eternal City," and has
'made a desert of busy Roman life, and
the site of gorgeous palatial villas, ,„
Wo must not omit -to add-that the,
bark of this reinarkable tree' is:very,
hard add -very rich in tanning. Wb
hope , Come 'enterprising horticulturist,
will introduce'the tree' into this coun
try.' What a magnificent tree it Would
be for our streets—towering-hundreds
of feet' above our bowies and Shedding
apcin the whole 'air_ the Coolness of:its
shade-and the sweetness of its per
fume..l : .; ; ;,
. 1 41i5r•Come.bere; sissy,"‘said a young
gen'tle'man to a little•girl to whosessis•
ter hews paying' his addresses; "you
are theisVanetetit thing on earth." • •
"No, I Ain't,--" ebe replied. ‘Sister
says you are the sweetest" • • •-•
• AP•o4:lllVinan popped „the. - question
" - •
tho pe4t day
"Dh, t f ir e.'ihousn'tid ,tonguee !"
ureliirtTeniarked when he took
of!'h: haOlei• polo for a tnam
• ; ,;
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A FRIEND AT DINNER.= 7 4 gentleman
played off a rich joke' on :his - better
half the other day. Being somewhat
of an epiCure, he took it into' his head
that he should like to have a first-rate
dinner. So ho addressed her , a mite,
politely informing her that a gentle
man of her acquamtance-- . -au - old and
true friend—would dine tier that
day. 'As soon as •she'receiVeir' it, all
hands went to work to bet everything
in order. Precisely at twelve *lock
she - was prepared to receive her grant,
The house Was as clean •a's - a . neW;Pin
—a sumptuous dinner was on the•Lta„
We, and she was arrayed ift,,her, beat
attire. A gentle knock was ,head,
and she - started with - palpitating
heart to the door. Shei thought'it'inest
be an old 'friend, perhaps al.brother,
from, the- -place.- whence-Ahoy once
moved.. On'openiag:thedoor She'saw
herhusband,with sthilin - m - countenanee.
• "Why, my • d ear, ) !; said • shek
anxious tone, "Where is the,gentleman
of whom you spoke in your nete?",,,.
"Why,"replied the haisbatifi; j 6OM:
placently,"here he ie."
.“ - You.said a 'gontlemanr:of -my aie
quaintance—an old and , trup friend..,
would dine-with us.to-day.tt_.
• "Well," said• he, good.huMeredly,
"am, I, not
quaintance—an, old, and true,friendr
"Ohl" 'she cried, - difitreesedl4 ,
there 'nobody but "
. "Nell, I ,clee!are, this
said the wife, , :in an angry,,tonp.,
Ttlousl3a. ndl an d icam,odera.te L ly;
bins ba risr 4fnd" ettt,
had a good dinner withqutHtipiqg
"LET • OUT, MY GAL."r7I-4i. !prow:lbex ,
in a frontier. settlememt.,had.hean.o . l,
-for serae .
There was Still`Sombl2o.iiraritrA,bltd
after vain , efforts Itip'ttief.dtiry
decoy, he , ainly,- ititimated, ,, as
locked thp, , ,church; deor it onef,da,ylifter
service, that be duteuded „tp have, he
said '620 bcferci any of t ' thein.:left; fie
hotisii: qt. tht) same
example by: tils'Sing 'eve; la'rs'on` the
table. - Another: put
half dollar,' andthge, t:qttp , r,
ter of a 'dollar; , and lillibliarson
read out every, ne w and, thenl,ho iitate
of the, funds ;„."There's ~s,e,vpnb K rk,ta
half, my ,friends." ,‘ , l'h t ex:e!s
a 4narter." - koriii'siiia' 6iia-th,t,ka
that' are in tlibliti,lribiiiWit'n'd - Chria,
titin brethren." Slovilyitmoa - rrted
"'Twelve, and 'a - .half? t “Fourtemlft'7,---
"Fifteen." "Six_ teen aaci,,,tbrnp,,hits,".
and on - until it stuck at - nineteen
dollars and fifty pent's.:'
fifty cents, 'friends,- to' make- i2i)'the
amount. Will nobody make, it up T't
Everyhod'y had sabSeribed; iiiirnht
cent more was fortbetinning.' ,.- Silence
reigned, and how Ileng lit,mightchay,e
lasted it is difficult, to say, had.„not
half dollar been . , -. Pas - seCihro'ngh the
otiii•windoW, - and a 'relight, Ciplatiate
ry 'voice shOuted*: ;‘llere,'paison,--theia
is your money;, now letoutlihr.gal,
I am tired of waiting-fox.hcr.i'
• .110 6 Pat's idea"cif - •sYinpattly Waa' s a
good one. ' Ho bad:long -been: trying.
,to getHridget to. gixeJ ibixd 01.partitrzt
kiss. „Finally as a : lastypsort,-pe,t„usp,
"Od away, „I'doso-d, bke,,414dy., - , - ,Sure
and ye - haVen't
at all." "Sympitriy,__An[l7bat,
do ye Manc'ty - that;r4trie4 .- I''
" Come ' Bore; and lifter
telling. yo.:, Who n• It loveyeni soittfat
I'd llke to, bite,
_,aipier,e, r vigkt,j,opt, : ,Of
your, mae. chee,lf, ye, feels alcif
ye'd likd tohaveme StitliaiV erg..
patby, be') jaberh'!"'
4 , Ab, Patrick !-'yd kn'ow'lnip-Wettlit
nessr, frith° a piece ;3 but lie Burial eat
lave jt, so . Y,e,PNp 0t069 qii& 4 4lß.
-.A-DoidEgrio: Bthasl3ntai.--46 , :itre
indo,bted to-a_friandoaykaa pxchangq,
for. the follo,w . itig amusing, incident . ,
said to have OenurrOd,o:?e ° *
evenings . sinee'at, Of%iir
of some els years ran froin kifdhe}} to
parlor; crying 'arthci' Op'
"Mamma; mama ia, Papa and the-hired
girl are fighting. Papa i•has,. , g2tThis
her realliard,,,and,ibe girl , o bit ; pmt„
iWiee, right in the Mouth!". ,
'lady - of. the:house broughtithat' rovito
-a close : in a hurry, andythat:i girl t 4
looking for , a Pow.--Pi4P9v
Thei;."Sonny;"do you" love lite . 'any?"
4 €oh, don't I thougli,l7. .!, .1 :
"AV hat for?"
C.causo you always Grigg me 9p, 4 _
dSr . when you i cgruo to E 34 sissy Jane.
'Give itiO Buhl . ° 'V" lot
"And what ddps ,
"Oh, cause you take her to concerts,
&id - Says; SO ooTiSlt
enough to bring, hey, shawls, apthon
yets„she_won'.t shcic. yoU i no, how.—
NOW, gNo rer Benin , n'iore' Caddy."
ler. gontleman ,, , asked ra
Tnar,t)r uenc . , of; hiq, for a,yonpg
el'erVyriuiii,,"hoii;:t.:9; * iqus: 6 " pit;
lint if the,yniing plan 'dab . pj.etiifirliiit..
tnr• than I.oan;qn:y congregaU,onivy,onlfi •
if he phophk, O
pr,n,!lell., i ,r9r,se,,l„d,onit,
- think he's fit to cach at, , • •-•
ttgt., An .Arka rtshB
ing the_ §eriptiveN l ,bAti : 9cep4ion,
touch ,up,bh antediluvian lopgeyitx,
and' in 'the "ctitiFeiicir I.VU - Aikks said
before they were two 'hundred; and
fact were 'pwo!qyzfire years old ; before
the wefo' _ - " '
A modest old, lailyjn; IgArtzili t
oharficterized h d eakine, virlAh„stie
for'a liee er
nse, ll' abei ii§g•
tho black spaniel iarioly." “- •