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HUN 7T k-N.p p P A-.
We accept poor roads as one of the
inevitable evils of life, and even call
some of them good, or excellent, in
comparison with those vastly. poorer.
The people of- olio town brag'-of roads
that cost them three or four times
what much better ones ought , to cost,
and are highly satisfied with their own,
and the high road tax, too, when they
go outsideltheir toivn limits and see
how much worse off other people are.
Were we governed by a Louis Napole
on, Emperor, we would have excellent
roads, for ho would know .eery well
that;everY/dollar,lost in the:wear and
tear of wagons and' horse flesh upon
poor highways, leaves just so much
the less for him to draw, from the !peo
ple bi-43taitiOn. He!Wonid knoivAhat
it costa vastly more to - keep roads in
passable, or poor condition, than in
first-rate order, having reference only
to the outlay of money and labor upon
the roads. Why is it' that - we can' aot
learn the same facts? Why cab - we
not see our own interests, every man's
interests, as wall as the head of a mon
archical form of government can see
hi r l.T.. ci Wtissys,t,calf 4 w.erking the roads
jitpirtoh, lend of the ; la t id to the `;other,
`solar as We are acquainZd, is the most
absurd that could be trived. The
township. or, the . county officers sot
apart certain sums of money to be used
'forlfeeping the roads in order in cer
tain districts, to each its allotment.—
Thisrnoneyis to be apportioned among'
'thelekPayere, and either , I :!Worked
out" at a low rate of Wage's per 'day, ,
ar dffeikerfiti'mbriefivith other taxes,
at the option of the tax-payer: The
road tax is usually worked out. The
road-master, or whatever else his title
m aytbs Zitrartesiden t,41 of , the district,
and 01)l , ii•athir 4611 e: . 6.ls&otuary
loogeVarotiloing s 'hiiSiness, than see
to it that his work is done in the best
way, and with the least expenditure.
;He:will accept for a day's- work the
labor of mere boys, or of old men, and
will have some days not a single able
bodied.:nlap.whis whole, force, except
hithialelf and 'hie sired than: The 're
sult is, whore ten days' works are
threo.or: four are done.,
.Besides, when spring work . is press-,
ing, or haying and harvesting absorb
all the labor of the community, no
road-master will do so unpopular a
Iliing'ak.tO•Warri du% Ibis neiglabork to
work tlie rdade..l sis 4 Own 'farm work
presses besides So ho delays until
autumn, alter doh:TA few days' work
in,, the early spring The . roads are
plowed "Up gravel and clay are
scraped into the'middle, "hog-backs"
.are,made,to,keep,the water from run•
.n.ing, apitwashing in the middle of the
road :—then comes frost, and all the
new nork.rcmain, soft
F4lttilk Afi liter an die Pri rg,! eke oPtV en
frozen solid. All this is'easily obviated,
and we may just as well - haVe -good
roads as poor ones. Almost every
township has a good young engineer
and surveyor. Appoint him road
master for tho town, give him a fair
salary, one or two yokes of oxen, one
gi:r•tw - ci:,,paircof horses, with carts, wa
gons, plows, j3crapers, and small tools
to match. Lot him havb money suffi
cient to hire eight or ten good men in
summer r and „perhaps ,four. in, winter.
Ho shSald 'udderstarid' that his busi
ness is to study road making, read up
on tho subject learn where the_ best
maUstaref, rat' ou °Volk- riits,
afitititspilbotiaspiissiblecgive thel . people
good roads all over the township.—
There would of course be first, second,
and third according to
their importance, and the amount of
travel upon them. .
Similar systems to the one suggested
are pursued in many townships, and
thejsault is invariably agreat improve:
While, even at first, in some cases, a
decided decrease in the cost. • We
know of some towns in which the road
hands are not employed more than
half their time, although they cut and
prepars:.;tiln!),er s makOticlges; and do
much4sxtra - WOrk. i ltlit3iesbrViceS are,
however, constantly in demand, and
by digging cellars, moving buildings,
g Ila rWtll 010 'es", et o
king sure - Walks in the village, putting
down cement walks and floors on pri
vate groun,ds,,arid r in many other,ways
they earn' eriongti to pay' a large part
of the expenses of men and teams.--
The road-master inspects all the roads
once a month; eapebiallylifter storms,
and needed repairs, if promptly made,
aro slight and effi.cient.—American.Ag
•- e der:iin lriehwonian who had kept a
little grpce ‘ 7 .- shop - wae.brought•to her
deathbed - and . "was oif the point of
breathing her last, 'when she called
her,,ku OVID tt,to htity
. bOap;l9, * -7-',‘.l 41;09,"
ehe,aijll , 3 tlibre'srlf .
6EO I owes me sfi-'shillings." "Och I"
exclaimed her husband; "Biddy, der
lint, ye're sensible to the last 1" '!Yes,
dett. ; 'are thilriep
oate-her &hes: snvereig,n."- - "Ochl 'be
jahers,-,and,ye'reas foolish as ever!"
i ; : ~,„
11101JOTCRYWORIO : 11S.RVESTElt,
AJP, •NEW YORKER, • or any other Reaper or blower
with Self Rake, Dropper, front •Or rear cut, or a'machlne
that cuts both frontapdrpar,,end_haoto point that the
knives do not work frielylaTratt mid other Ray Rakes,
Gnm And pin Drills, Grain and Clover Separators, Shovel
Plows and Cultivators, and any impleMentof any descrip
tion, should order them of McLanahan, Stbite & leett, or
their agents, for they have the largest and best assort
ment of Agricultural Implements and their repairs that
is In the E9lef ulirESOps , look to, yolk own Intermit and
buy yen:kJ-41; otifnei 4, -vaie ' re yowl:ma- g et the rePalre In a
• . ,
DroLANAERN, BIONE &SETT
Manufacturersand Dealers in all kinds of Agricultural
ImplonienteJ - GeyspOre l- Poundry awl Machine Shop;
Hollidaysburg, Pa. april 14, '6ll-6m.
TAPER 1 PAPER!! PAPER !!!
Treeing Paper, .;
Drawing Paper, , •
ffif3lf) . `el i f!94lr/l'ir •tt ,•?:} fl
k 'Paper tar 11 - owee.
Ist Cap Paper,
Foolscap Paper, ,
Oommernial.Note Papa, .
Ladies' Gilt Edged Letter an. Nets Paper,
• ~ Ladlea• Plain and Fancy Nate - Paper;
White and Colored Card Paper, in Pack' and Sheets,
for sale at.LEIVIMBook, Stationery and Music More.
s gOII.,THE .LADIES.-- - .
;. : - 1 -
Ainitierior - eitkle" oriroli - Paper -
ble for confidential correspondence, for sale at • t
--- - LE W 2;5 0 -BOOK- ..0 srArrozcas. r STORE. '
.oq4-lcoca fai bide' b.r
zuch7,44 : : • 'I.IENIM CO,
READING RAIL ROAD,
- •SUNIAIER ARRANGEMENT,
DIONDAY, APRIL 26, 1860.
GRAtT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
o and North-17 for PHILADELPHIA, New
YORE, READING, PoTTEIVILLE, TANAVIA, ASHLAND, SHAMOKIN
LEDAbori, ALLENTOWN, EASTON, EPHRATA, Liven, LANCAS
TER, COLUMBIA, &0., &C.
Trains leave Harrisburg for New York, aa follows :
At 2 35, 520 and 810, A. Dt., 12,25 Noon, 2 00. and 10,55
P. tn., connecting with similar Mains on the Pennsylvania
R. 'll, - and arriving at Now York at 9,45, 11,49, a. m., 3,00,
6,45, 9.30 p. m, and 6.00 a. m., respectively. Sleeping
care accompany the 2,35, a. m., 5,20 a. m., and 1055 p. m.,
trains without change.
Lcavo Harrisburg for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua,
ItlinertiVil le, Ashland, Shamokin, Pine Grove, Allentown,
aud Philadelphia at 8 10 A. 51., and 2 00 and 4 10 P. M.,
stopping at Lebancn and principal way stations; the 4 10
p. m. train Making connections for Philadelphia Potts
villeand Columbia only. For Pottsville, Schuylkill Hu-
Ten and Auburn, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna It. it,
leave Ilarri.burg at 3 30 V 51.
Returning, leave 9:sx-Yens at 9 A. 51, 12.00 noon, and
5.05 and 8.00 P. 54 , Philadelphia at 8.15 A. 11% and 3.80 1'
514,Sleeping cars accompany the 9.00 a ne and 5.05 end
8.00 p m trains flow New York without change. "
Way Passenger train. leaves Philadelphia at 780 A. M.
Connecting nMb similar tralu on,Raat Penna. Railroad,
returning from heading at 6.30 pm stopping nt all sta
tions ; Pottsvillo at 7,30 mid 8 45 A. M., and 2 45 P. 51.
eimmokin at kW, and 10,95, A. AL; - Ashland 7'oo Al 91.
and 12,30 noon, 'Tamaqua at 8 30 A. 51, and 2,20 P. 91 for
biladephia and'New York. • - • - -
Leave rottsulle, via. Schuylkill and Susquehanna Rail
road at 7 00 a. m. for Harrlsburg, and 11 30 A. 31, for
tine Grove and Tremont: „
An Accommodation Passenger Train loaves BEADING at
7.30' A. M., and toluene froni Pillianstpubt at b,lo P. M
, Pottstown Accommodation Train: Leaves Pottstown a
8,25 a. m., returning leaves Philadolphia at 4,30 p. m.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 7 00 A
DI., and 613, , P. IL, for Ephinta, Litiz, Lancaster, Col
Peikienieu Railroad hiking leave Perkiomon Junction
St 9.00 a m and 6.00 pm' returning : Leave Ski6ack• at
815 a. ruointll.oo p. m,cbnpectiug with suitilar trains on
On Sundays, leave tilitir York at 800 P. 31., PhiladeL
phis, B a m and 316 P.M., the 8 a m train running only
to Reading; Pottaville 8 A. M., Barri burg.s 60 a m, and
410 and 10 55 p m, and Reading 1255, 2,64 and 7 16 a. in.,
for Harrlabiwg,and 12 55 and 705 a. m., for New York,
and at 9,40 a. and 4.25 p.m. for Philadelphia.
CONMUTAI/ON, MILEAGE, SEASON, SCHOOL, and EXCURSION
Titumrs to and from all points at reduced rates.
Baggage checked through: 100 pounds Baggage allowed
G. A. NICOLLI3,
Reading, April 26, 1869. ' General Superintendent.
TT UNTINGDON ••& B
Al_ • • RenatoAD.
' , •BUMMER ARIIANGEM
,- On•. and atir:r MONDAY, MAY 2
ger Trail* will arrive and depart as NI
Limg Siding •
Rough & Beady,.
I u ;8 40
602 6 65 ,
6 40 9 22
7 24 ' 10'05'
in 7 411 10 20
8,14, 10 43
• 8 281 - 10 52
8.42 .11 10
Bloody Buil,. "
9 19 11 45
26 m 11 52
" , liour , ! B ieux uit;iN
La ;7 504*40 308axtou' . .
~, 8 05 1 , 10 45 Coalmont,
8 I.o', . iq 50 Crawford,
As' 8 2010511 08 Dudley,
!Broad Top 0th...4
24,'69, JOHN M'
IENNSYLVANIA . R. IL ROAD:
• • " TIME OF LEAVING OF'TRAINS . r •
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. '
WESTWARD. - - - EASTWARD
. tward leave's' Aftotias at '0
eon at 10 40 P. H.
x. and artirea at Hunan
ward loavea ,Altoona at 12 20
tingdon itT 94 A:
The PAST LINE East
A. M. and arrives nt Hu.
4,45 P. M. and arri . ves at
H eRE&S Has
N. and lirrivva at Roblin
:a Eastward .loaves' Altoona at
Iluntingdon at 7 001' 41. 1
tward t loaves' Mtoona , uQ 0 , 59 A.
j3drin at 11 01,
/Award, leave. 11fintIngdnik at
t Altoona at 8 55 P. 111.
The NAST LINE Mel
d3l'., M. and arrives at
learns Huntingdon, at 8 49 A
10, A. 01.
The ['immune Earn
ar,,erritee at Alltoona,
~April 28, 1868.
30. T. GREENE D
Euccessor to B. M. GREENE D
STEIN WAY & SON'S PIANOS,
~,, • And other makes, ,
MASON & lIAMLIN CABINET ORGANS,
Melodeons, Oullare,YMllue, Flies, Flutes, Accordeous,
AFil-Planoa, Organs, and Melodeons Warranted ioi ' fire
Circulars eent on application.
Address B. J. GRPENE, ' '
Jnn27,69 , 2d floor Leister'a New Building.
READ - AWN POSTED I-
AND ALL IN'IVANT O
New FilrEature &c.
wpuld respectfully ;
_Lanl;ounce that he manufacture. and keeps constantly
on band a large and splendid assortment of _ _
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,'
" BUREAUS; BEDSTEADS
WASU AND CANDLE STANDS
Windsoi and cane seat chairs. cuPbeards, gilt and rose.
'wood moulding for mirror and picture frames, and a vari
ety of articles not mentioned, at prices that cannot fail to
He tkulso agent for.the_well known Dailey I Decamp
patent-10114g led Bottom.; „ : .
The publid"iiiiiftltedlit call and - examine lily stook
before purchasing elsewhere.
Work and sales room on 11111 street, near Smith, one
door west of 'renter's store.
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
3E' V'Eit..l 4 7 X 1 2 1...311 P
Respectfully Invitee the attention of the Public to his
stand - on Hill sti Huntingdon, in the rear of George W
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry store, where he manudictures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do-well to give him a call.
Repairing of all kluilikattended toptoreptly and charges
reasonable. - - ea
Alsoiltaderltkinecatiled ofiTand Collets mode fa
any style desired, at shortmotice.
The outrunner haa a •
"1r k 1 . 7 " 117. m IV AND BZEGANT HEARSE
and la prepared to attend Funerals at 'any tilaie In town
or country. M. WISE.
Huntingdon, May 9, 1866-tt ,
AT LEWIS" BOOK STORE.
,ANRY & Co;,t,vill „do more-to Wl
cominodate their customers than any ether House'
n the neighborhood. . - - nich24. tf
ENVELOPES=- , -
By the box, pack, or lac qtintity, cola at
LEWIS' BOOX AND STATIONERY aTO.RZ
A. R. Stewart & Co.
PAINTS; ' PUMPS,
OILS, LAMPS, . ROPES,
Scythes, Snaths, Grain Cradles, Sad-
dlery and, Carriage Goods, Hubs,
NAILS ANI) IRON,
tu, 1809, Pasnen
, OWN TRAINS
L901K13, BINGES, SCREWS,
miwc)ma - m , iu%nex.lmm,
and nn endless .varipty of goods in his lino
La 6 20t
Wo,are receiving goodo,nyanst every day
from inouninoturem, and in view of Jate,,,,,
DECLINE IN PRICES;
and our experience bOeleetiug best brands
ari'd' reliable Tialities of geode, 'purchasers ;
will find it; to their advantage to examine our
stock. - • '
cs i 40
ECLIPSE COOK STOVE,
which• throws all others in the shade, is' stil
increasing in popularity; and pleases so wel
that everybody wanieltr '
STOP AT THE
Iluntia dOpThn 13, 1800-tf.
Sewing Machines .
vo„. THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE IN USE
For Beauty and Elasticity of Stitch,
, For Strength and Durability of Seam that will not rav-
el. as both threads aroused tilt act from the spools, and no
seamy have to be fastened by band ;• ho waste of thread,
,For simplic.ty and perfection of machinery.
'lt stitches, hunts, foils, tucks, braids, curds, and em
broiders beautifully. •
Machines fully Warranted and lull instructions giver.
Sewing machine cotton, silk. &G.. on hand.
For sale by GREENE & BBOTHER,
febl9'l.9 2.1 floor Leister's Building, Huntingdon, Pa.
HEELER & ILSON'S
VDCX BVII'Veg "
Received the only GOLD MEDAL at the
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1867.
They are adopted to all kinds of Family Sewing, and
to the tom of Seamstresses, Dressmakers, Tailors, Man*.
lecturer. of Skirts, Collars, Skirts, Cloaks, Mantillas,
Clothing, Hate, Cape, Coreats,`Linen Goode, Umbrellas,
Forest:de, , tc. They work equally well upon Bilk, linen,
woolen' and cotton goods, with silk, cotton or linen
thtead.. They will seam,lquilt, gather, hem,. fell, cord,
braid, bind, and perform evory, 'peck. ..laming, making
a beautiful and perfecrafitch, alike on both sides of tho
The qualities svhich rdcommend them ail: .. ;•_
1. Beauty and excellence of stitch, alike on both sides of
the fabric sewed. "
2. Strength;• firmness and durability of seam, that will
not rip nor ravel.
9. Economy of Thread.
4. Attachment'. and wide range of application to' purpoi
I; • ; . • "
6. Compactness and, ekogance cif model and finish.
6. Simplicity and theroughnese of eanstrnetion.,
7. Speed, ever of operation and management, andAelet
nese of movement. • I, j tl •
'lngrycticne free to oil. Madill:tee kep( repair one
, year Wee of 'charge. • - •
‘ 520 LA. 8... c 13 7 S ,'
•• ; rurLADELPurAi - ; :
•4 • • , 11aa o large dock, at low irlces, of flue
WATCHES, JEWELRY; Sofia Silver-Ware,
. , ACD
SPOONS, CASTORS, TEA BETA C.•
DAPER 1 PAPER 1! - •
-Note s Poet,, , CoMmorrialt Fo*aP•and Platedl)- 11 '
good assortment for sale by Um ream, half ream, quire or
. •"-^ COUNTRY DEALERS, oan
, buy CLOTHING from me in IhMtitigdpivat
. WHOLESALE ae .cheap as they eau in the
cafes, u I Jaw) a wbolesals 'Mee to Phileulelphla:
FRANK W. STEWART
THE NEW PATENT
THE ECLIPSE. ,
U. B. LEWIS, Agent,, ; •
LEWIS' BOOK & STATIONERY STORE
HARTOI\. & IaGUIRE,
Foreign and Domestic
The attention of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
and buyers generally, is Invited to tho fact that we aro
awl . offering a BEfTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can ho finned eleewhero in this port of the State, at
prices to suit the times. • Our stock comprises all articles
in this line of business, embracing, a general assortmeut
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINEKS, Ac., together with a large stock of
Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Railroad and
Mining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, prindstones,, Circular,
Mill and Cross-Cat Saws,
and Plain Hol
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Pwder Cans
An excellent assortment of
1 711 1.2:1Let Chiller3r,
KNIVES, FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, NlS
I3RITTANIA & SILVER PLATED WARE.
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns
, CONSTANTLY ON lIAND AND Pop. SALE:
AT MANUFACTURERS PRICES.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will find a general assortment of material for their use
consisting in part of
Carriage T 4)1**,1 . flit la, 'Spokes,
Rims, Axles, Springs, Nuts, Bolts,
Washers, Malleable Irons, Pa
tent and anamelledLeather,
Inips, Tongues, Soc
kets, Shafts, &c.
Can be Ripped with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS
HORSE AND MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron& Stee
C A FiiPt N:TE R S
Will find in our establishment a superior stock of
"SCREWS, '" '
SASH-CORDS, &C.; &C. -
MINING AND MINERS' GOODS.
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varietios
'GOAL PICKS AND SHOVELS.
Can be accommodated with ererythhig In their tine from
a Grain :operator to a Whet-stone.
Are especially invited to call and examine our Mock of
sari compare our prices with others
Comprising the famous Russell
Reaper, rdower, and Dropper, combined
Boudoirs Pine Prenilum 11011,SVPITOIWORK,
Fork., I'l .1 - ft
Trace and limaricbsta4;: '; . - • •:'!' 1
liriset Chains, , • ,1, ".
4 Cards, ito„ &c, &c
Among the speclaltleti of 'Oar Iltuse, we desire to cal
attention to the celebrated
Tho exclusive right to 101 l which to vested in us. Bend fot
acircular and, get -full partlpylorupt satisf)
yourself of its superior
Beaks oral sizes and descriptions, tucludiug
Ted and" Counthr Scales,
Grocers' and .Druggists' Scales,
Rolling Mill, TVAPelbairciv, Pork, Port•
able, Hoppei,ifiners and Trans
portation, _,Fay, Cattle apd • . 1
• Coal Scalps • , •
FURNISHED ;AT , ' MANUFACTURERS'
Thelargest aid best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, ; OII4 , ,PUTTY,
' Ever oi r Ter;(l in this place.
A GREAT VARIETY OF
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS; AND RAA.DS;
n' lly tho keg. Very
Beat Norway Ilan, rod, bar an hoop Iron.
STEEL, of all , sizes and descriptions.
CARRIAGE SPRINGS, ,
• IRON AND:IIRASS WIRE.
Lard, Lubricating and - Coal Oil,
By the barrel or galloo n at very low figures
Are A call le respectfully solicited, feeling coral
', dell' that my geode and prices will .not fall to
WHARTON. Sr: MAGUIRE.
Huntingdon, hay 7, 1867.
For restoring, Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality: and Color.
A dressing which
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 and 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 some 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 on the hair, giving it a rich glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume. .
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL CIINIUSTSj
JOHN READ; Agent. nel6-I.y
For ail the pulp:rem of a Laxative
Perhaps no one medi
, eine is so universally re.
quired by everybody as
is cathartic, nor was ever
any before so universal
ly adopted into use, in
• 7: ' ; • t every country and among
all. classes, as this mild
but efficient purgative
- PM. The obvious roe
son is, that it is a more re.
-t`7 ,- liable and far more effee
, - - tart remedy than , any
other. Those who have
'itried It, know that it cured then; those who have
not, know that it cures their neighbors and friends,
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 certificates of their remarkable cures of the
following complaints, but such cures aro known in
every neighborhood, and we need not publish them.
Adapted to all ages andeonditions 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, and 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 of disease.
- Minute directions are given in the wrapper on
the box, for the following complaints, which theSe
Pills rapidly cure:—
.'For Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Listless.
mess, Languor and Moss 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,Dillods Headache, Sick Headache,
Atanniticel - or Greene Sickness, i Bilious
Colic and Bilious Fevers, they should be'
-diciously 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 generally required. ; - :• • • • •
For Rheumatism, Gout; Gravel, Pal o&
Cation of the 'Heart, Pain in the 'Side,
Back 'amilLoins, they should be' continuously
taken, as required, to change the diseased action of
the system. With 'such change 'those complaints
For Dropiy and Dropsical Swellings they
should be taken in large and frequent doses to pro.
duce the effect era drastic purge.,. • • i
For Suptirtission a large dose should be taken
as it produces the desired effect by sympathy. • ; -
As a Dinner Pill, take one or two Pills to pro
mote digestion and relieve the stomach. -
An occasional dose stimulates the, stomneh and
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates the' system. ' }fence' it is' often ad•
vantageons whore no serious derangement exists.
One who feels 'tolerably well; often finds that a dose
of these P,ltts makes hint feel decidedly better, from
their cleansing and renovating arect on the,diges!
DR. J. C. AYER .0 CO.:, Praitictil dhcinista,
.TOWEL.L. MASS., U. S. A
Is now prepared to fill order's for
• • • AND'SASIT;
And in short*, do lilt kindsiof Carpenter
'• V.' ! ' ' . '•' • '
TO tumid; NUBS, SPOKES nod iELLIBS,
in quantitieS, : afid receive erders.for
•1:• -v. ! .
All orders should be addressed to
D. W. ARTLEY, President,
June 16,, .U69-t(. j r ti, •
TAOS. BUROUINF,LL WM. K. BVELCUINELL
~,.; MANUTACTURVIB Or ,
SASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS,
And nll, kinds of Building material,
-- ttUNTiNGDON, PA.
41 , "„ •
ate. A. ETEEL'. • i MILTON S. LYTLE.. SAMUEL A. STEEL.
THE FIRM oy STEEL, LYTLE'&
STEEL having located on their tract of land withc
in two miles of the borough of Huntingdon, a .
STEAM SAW ,MILL;: .
aro prepared, to manufacture all kinds of '
OAK AND' 'PINE'LUEEBER.
The mill will be run to its utmost capacity and Kill bo
in operation during the entire summer and part of the
autumn numAhs. They ; will be enabled 'to furnialtLum
bor in large quantities, and of all dimensions, at the low
est cash prices.
Orders respectfully solicited. Lumber delivered at the
Penna. Railroad, or canal.
Uuntingdon, April 22, 18684 f
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS.
HEMLOCK, PINE. BILL STUFF,
Boards, Plank, Shingles,-nasterineand Shingling
Lath, constantly on hand. • *,i4,i•d '
Worked Flooring, Saab, Blinds, Doors, Door and Win•
dow Frames, furniehed at turumfocinrere prices.'
Grain and country product generally bought at market
rates. 'WAGONER & BRO., '
aug2g.tt Philipsburg, Centre no., Pa.
- FINE CUSTOM MADE
BOOTS AND , SHOES,
FOR GENTLEMEN. '
All the LEADING STYLES on Mud or made to mom'
uro. Prices tix'sil at LOW NIGUItES. An Illustrated
Price List with Instructions fur self measurement sent On,
receipt of loot Office address. •
Wl\L F. BIRTI,F4TP,
33 South Sixth Street, above Chestnut,
ja,ioo-13 , " PHILADELPHIA:
corsequo - Ueo of, the disastrous fire,
Lich in January last, destroyed their store and its
J E, C ALDW.
ELL dt. CO.
. l• 9
Have made'especially to their'ordei 'in Europa and In
America, an entitely
NEW'STOCK OF CHOICE GOODS,
Which are now opened and ready for examination.
Very Fine Paris Mantle CLOCKS,
' (Every movement Midi the new improvements,)
New Side Ornaments to Match.
BRONZES, GROUPS and FIGURES,
GORHAM MANIWO CO'S
FINE ELECTRO WARES,
BEST STERLING SILVER WARE,
A very full assortment at very,„
For the present at ,
819CHI , OTNIIT:BTREpq, PEEILAD'A
THE 'NATIONAL BITTERS
• : „
Hu cured eases of DYSPEPSIA, more - onsee
of 'LIVER COMPLAINT; more caseei of
NERVOUS HEADACHE, FEVER ')AND
AGUE, and more eases of DEBILITY, than
any other remedy before the public In the
same space of time..,
IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
CALMS THE MIND, RESTORES SLEEP,
is an Excellent Appetizer, and a general :
, Invigorator of the System.
~ '' • ,
*ALTON & ZUG, Proprietors, • ,
No. 0, N. Sev'entll . St., PhiladOlpbia...
Sold by DraioziatEi, and 'llealarigCnerallf
marlo, 6m. '' • • ' • •'"'•
SPANISH HAIR DRESSER
FOR PRononna TOE GROWTH, BRAUTIFILM 71111 - 11Allt,
And rendering it dark and glossy. No other compound
Nasalises tiro peculiar proPurties which no exactly suit
the various conditions of the human hair. The use of
this oil as a hair dreamer has been univereal In every sec
tion of the country in the Spanish rilnin for centuries.—
No preparation of nrt could give that elegant lUXUrittime
and ;Mundane', of hair which have so often been the ad
miration oh travelers in Spain,' This oil Is highly and
delicately perfumed, forming an article utiriValed in ex
cellence and upon sthich' hire Spanish people for many
years have set its seat of endutios approttl.' ; -
laxican Wild Flowers Shampoo Lotion
For removing dandruff and scurf from the head, NI It I ten -
big and per fuming the,ekin. This article is entirely dif
throat from anytiutig of,the hied ever offered in this court
try and is varranted free from all poisonous substances
7 his valuable lotion was used by the Emperor Maximil
ian; and Empress Cm tette of Mexico, and universally
used by Mexicans for three hundred yours. As a wash
hid the head—it is cooling, cleansing and refreshing.—
When thus used it at once relieves head.tch•.
WILD FLOWERS FOR THEI TEETH.
All those who are in favor of white teeth and apleiteant
and perfumed breath should at once'use MeOuire's Wild
Flowers for the Teeth. All these preparations are put
up in the most eleg4nt and ornamental : manner. ,We
mete no exception in saying that they are An ormmment
to a lady's toilet table, and none complete without them;
Werranted, satisfactory or money refunded,: Dealers
will bear Ole In mind. gold by all respectable Thug
gists In the United States end Canatias. Address orders
RICHARD - McGUIEIE,
Depot and Manufactory,
sefty ' 263 North Second Street, Philadelphia
For sale at Lewis' Boole
D 0 818 I N,SO - '
ELECTRIC . 1 ,
• - !;,
t ,„ Makes,a Lasting Shine. •
• .Thoeo With black their Loots en Sahtrday • iglit with
ordinary blacking. dwi't have much phino,pu BitudAyoui
the fad id
oft; but the Shine of , • '
DOBBINS! .BLACHING ,
Lads SatardaY Night 'and 'Ol diy',Suiiday.
IT BEATS ANY OTHER BLACKING
Manufactured only by J. B. DOETONS, at ' ins iniiitenito
Soap and Blacking Works, Sixth!: Street' and GermaM
town Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.,. ,
For Mkt by'thisJoy k Co., adjoining Lewis' Poltk
Huntingddut Pa.: .., —i novlB
727 PHERTNUT,STREET 727
RICKEY,' SHARP- & Co.
' - •7?.t
•;. 00DR 26-DAY- . ,
'5O Cases.of imported Dress irsiAlcs,',ittl
25 Cents per Y.rd; WOrth . Dclubie'tis
RICKEY, SHARP Sr, CO:,
72T Chestnut street,.
6,2.4 y Ph'iladelPh ti: •
A fine and large assortment always On
band - - -
AT .LETTS"BOOK STORE.
DOOMS :AND STATIONERY.:-..
A good assortment of miscellaneous and &boo
s—Foe:map, Letter, CcuritneraiM ariti 'Note Paper—
Plain mid Pitney Envelopes—Bed, .bilild'abii Black Inks—
Yillink BOAS of Illitgetonii qiyes—.-"Point, Pintails. Pocket and
Desk IWitsjigs, and every other article usually found in
et Bock blid'Stationtiry Moto, - can be had at fair price. at
- . LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE.
A complete Pocket Ready Reckoner, in doilare
a tents, to which are added forme of Notoe, Dille, Itc•
Delp% Petitions, &a., togetiter,with a eat, of neeful table.
Continuing rate of interest from one dollar toXwelva thous.
and, by the single day, with a table of wages, find beard
by the week and day. For sale at
' . LEWIS' BOOR STORE.
"For Bituminous or .?knthraoite Coal."
ESTABLISHED 16 - 51. -
J. REYNOLDS- &,50,1,4
N. W. CORNER 13Trt ,cgn FILBERT iT34
• PHILADELP/11*P4T., ,
Sole Mattufacturcra of the Cefrilzbtbd _
WRVitGIIT-IRON, AIR T. 16124
GAS - CORSUMING-H E AT E R ,
WITH PATRIPiii RUST SCREEN,
ohm! BAR RESTS, and
These Heaters are mado of heavy Wrought-4bn, well
riveted together, the only sure prevention mining the'
escepe of ban or Dust. They are easily managed, without'
any dampers. 'The Patent Radiator avoids the nee and
anno3ances of drums, and is permanently attached to
the Heater. - This is the most durable, simple, economl.
cal, and popular fleeting Apparatus ever offered for sale l
They are all guaranteed. • I, -
COOKING RANGES fur Weis and families,
PORTABLE IIEATE,RS, •
LOW DOWN GRATES, SLATE MANTELS,
REGISTERS AND VENTILATORS.
Wo are also maaufactur . ing
NEW FLAT-TOP HEATING RANGE.
.Bcnd for'ourltlystrated Pamphlet. pp ' 214
UNITED,. STATES I, ~t
Authorized WAR CLABIAGOiCY
SOLDIERS' HEIRS, ATTENTION !
The act of Congress approved March 2,1807, gives to
Reim of Soldiers who died prisoners of war, . .
COMMUTATION pp. RATIONS, :„
for the time the soldier was so held a prisoner, at the
rate of twenty4ive cents peiday; to be paid la the follow
ing order: tat. To the widow, if unmarried; 2d. To the
children; 3d.-To the parents. o' both Jnititly if :theY
living, if either is dead, to the survivor; 4th. To the brp
there and sisters.
The act of February 28,4867, provides:fob' the-befund•
Mg of the $3OO Commutation Money, where the same pert
son wan agaiti drafted, and was required to enter tke'eer•
vice or furnish a substitute. - .
Tho actor March 2,1604, also makes provisions for the,
paythent of tbo , • 1. •t: 71
$lOO ADDITIONAL BOLT.FrY n • „ ,
to such soldlors as have acciduutaliy 1,4 theirdlicliar
P C •
MI persons having any. claims wider any of the a'bdie
mentioned Acta, or any, other kind of. claim against the
United State/o'6r Btute 00iemimenteican hare Wane
promptly collected ,;
m by uddreesing the uceereigned. In
form and advicacheerfully - giCon to eoldlere or theft
fricade r ftho of charge.
W. hi. WOODS, '
Authorized Army and Havy:Wer-Claim - Agmth,:':l ,
m11)9,21367 /11310.100011 co., Ye.
OF ALL KINDS;
WALL - PAPER.-,
.A." 11 '
Lewis' Book Store;
School Books and Sul tionury, Bihles, hymn
Books,, Miscellaneous Books of, ..all .kindli,
Blank Banks; ,Sanday Si,tiergooks; ; ',oo4
laic's:ol%ll ki ode, Notiona,'Perfuni ary,
et Bdoks' Peck& Kniieg, MUsidal . Inifra;
men ts, Wall Paper, 'Window Shades and
Fixtures; etc:, %.341 inrnovll.ll.
M. GREEN. kPrOiIIEAVER
entered Into e public that
,thay aro.preparod to execite ilLatyleo of : . ~t
'Plain:and ornamental Madge Work
Finch ao MONUMENTS, lIE,ADSTONNSoiIso.
Work, at as low prices as any shop 111,01). county.
Orders froaratlitance promptly attended to. • 2. - •
:Shop rsiMlFFLlN r streat, doons, east, et the Lit,
,thorns church • • , ' mch6,1867'„
'MARBLE YARD.' The' iiipiers . igeedi
would respectfully it'll the etteilkiii of tio
coi Huntingdon and the adjoining counties to the stock off
beautiful marble now on hand. Ile is prepafed, to furnish,'
at the shortest notice, Monumental Illarble,Amb, Tablet',
anti Stonee of every-desired siao4l , pd, laps :alltit,Hpn: qv
Eastern 31erhje, Lig y PPlelhnd,, end cayriel with appro. -
priate Settees, of P10117;10 may an t. I - •• •
Building Heale r Door. arid , Wirtdois-Sills, Lei
furnished to order. - „, , , •
W. W. pledges ltimselrto furMsli'materfal 'and 'Win% '
manship equal to any in the countrn 'at Si fair Ca:':
and see,. before you purchase elsewhere. Shop on th
ornerior Montgomery and AliM , n -a'at. Huntingdon; Pn
WM. WILLI/MB. ,
liuntingdon, May 16 1865. ' •
LANKS BLANKS ! BLANKS
cortsriamr, , ,s SALES, ATTACIPT EXECUTIONS,,
SUMMONS, DEEDS, ' •
SUBPOENAS, MORTGAGES, .
SCHOOL ORDERS, JUDO/SENT NOTES, _
LEASES POE TIMES, • NATURALIZATION RIES,:
COMMON BONDS, JUDGMENT BONDS, •
WARRANTS, FEE BILLS; '• • " '
-NOTES, with a waiver of .the $3OO Law,
JUDGMENT NOTES, with a waiver of thepoo
ARTICLES OP AGREEMENT, ulth Teachers.' • • tt•
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, for e,
.Justices of the Peace,
and , _
and Minlstora of the gospel.
COMPLAINT, WARRANT, and COMMIT/MEAT, In case
of Assault and Battery, nod Affray.
S.CIERE'PACIAS, to recover amotint of Judgment.
COLLECTORS' RECEIPTS, for State, County, Scliooli .
Borough and Township Taxes. ~ • 1,, I • -
printed on superior paper, and for sale al.tha Office o,
the HUNTINGDON' GLOBE..
' BLANKS, of overy.doteriptien, printed to order, neatlh
,at short notice, and on'good Paper... ,
M ee Subscribe for TILE GLopE.