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WHAT 1 KNOW OF FARMING.
BY HORACE GREELEY
I bate to cheek improvement or
Chill the' low of Faith ; 'yet I do so
keenly apprehend that many of our
people, especially among the Southern
nottongrowere,are squandering money
l gommercial Fertilizers, that I am
utter my note of Warning,
even though it should pass wholly un
hc;eded. Let me make my position as
clear as I can.
I live in a section which has been
cultivated for more than two centu
ries, while its proximity to a great
city has tempted to crop it incessant
ly, exhaustively. Wheat while its
original surface soil of six or twelve
inches of vegetable mold (mainly com
posed of decayed forestleaves) remain
ed; then Corn and Oats; at length,Milk,
Beef and Applos—have,exhausted the
hill-sides and . gentler slopes of West
chester 'County, 'except whore they
havlts.betcyliePt in.heartby judicious
culture arid liberal fertilizing ; and
even here, that subtle element Phos
phorus, which enters minutely but
necessarily into the compositiod
'every animal and nearly every vege,
table structure, ,bas- been gradually
drawn away in Grain, in in
Bones, and not restored to the soil by
the application of ordinary manures.
I afn'Oritirieed.:that a field_ritay.be', so
mt4Fed as to groiv - three While flay
per4ere, yet so :destitute of Phosphor
us that it sourid, hbalthy
. aohnoi can
not ,tie grown therefrom. FOrt two
eentnties, the- tillers of Westchester
County knew nothing of,Cheinistry or
Pqmpliorns, and allowed the unvalued
bones of their animals to be exported to
fatten, British meodoWSWithottt gn ef
for6i4 retain them: liende, - it has be
co 'absolutely essential that we buy
anaatpply .Phosphates, even -though
the price be high; for our land can no
longer do without them. Wherever a
. .pte_kr or heifer can occasionally- be
caught grutiVingOr mumbling over an
old bone',Viere Phosphates are indis
pensable, no matter at what eost..!--1
Better pay. $1.09 petztun fotTA dressing
of one hundred pounds of Bone, per
acre than try Ledo without.
But no lands recently brought into
citliiitition—i-no lands where the bones
of the animals fed thereon have been
allowed, for unnumbered years past,to
mingle" witlithe.sbil—can be - equally
hungry for Phosphates ; and I deal) t
that any cotton-field in the South will
ever return an outlay of even $5O per
tun for any Phosphatic fertilizer what
ever. That any preparation of Bone,
or, whereof Bone is a principal element,
will increase the succeeding crops, is
undoubted ; but that it' will over re
turn its cost and a decent margin of
profit, is yet to be demonstrated to
my , satisfaction.
No doubt, there are spebial cases in
. which the application even of Peruvian
Guano at $9O per tun is advisable. A
compost of Muck, Lime, &c, equally
efficient, might be far cheaper ; but
Months would be required to prepare
and perfect it, and meantime the far
mer would lose his crop, or fail to
;make one. If a tun of Guano, or of
some expensive Phosphate, will give
!hint six or eight acres of Clover where
he would otherwise have little or
.none, and he needs that Clover to feed
the team wherewith he is breaking up
and fitting his farm to grow a good
'crop next year, he may wisely make
the purchase and application, even
though he may be able to compoSt for
next year's use twice the value of fer
tilizers for the precise cost of this
I am so thorough in my devotion
to "home industry," that I hold him
an unskillful farmer who cannot, nine
times in' ten, make, mainly from mate
rials to be found on or near his farm, a
pile of compost for $lOO that - will add
more to the enduring fertility 'of his
farm than anything he can bring from
a distance at a cost of $l5O. "
Understand that this is a general
rule, and subject,like all general rules,
to exceptions. Gypsum, I think every
farmer should buy ; Lime also, if his
soil needs it; Phosphates: in some
shape, if past ignorance or - folly has
allowed that soil to be despoiled of
them ; Wood Ashes, if any ono can be
found so brainless as to sell them ;
Marl of Course, whero it is found with
in ten miles; Guano very rarely, and
mainly when something is needed to
make a crop before coarser and colder
fertilizers can be brought into a con
dition of fitness for use ; but the gen
eral rule I insist on is this : A good
farmer will, in the course of twenty
years, make at least $lO worth of fer-
tilizers for every dollar's worth he
buys from any dealer, unless it. be the
sweeping- or other excretions of some
- net - distant city:
I have used Guano frequently, and,
though it has generally made its mark,
I never yet felt sure that it returned
me a profit over its coat. Phosphates
have done better, especially where ap
plied to Corn in the hill, either at the
time of planting or later; yet my
strong impression is that Flour of
Bone, applied broadcast and freely,
especially when Wheat or Oats are
sown on a field that is to be laid down
to grass, pays better and more surely
than anything else I order from the
City, Gypsum, and possibly Oyster-
Shell Lime, excepted.
My experience can be no safe guide
for others, since it is not proved that
the anterior condition and needs of
their soils aro precisely like those of
mine. I apprehend that Guano has
not had a fair trial on my place—that
carelessness in pulverizing or in appli
cation has caused it to "waste its
sweetness on the desert air," or that a
drouth following its application has
prevented the duo development of
its virtues. And still my impression
that Guano :is _tlict; brandy of vege
tation, supplying 'to plants stimu
lus rather than , nutrition, is so clear
and strong that it may not easily be
effaced. It seems to me plainly ab
stil:ll to: send. ten tbOusandrr.ils for
this stimulant, when this or any other
great city annually poisons its own
atmosphere and the adjacent waters
with excretions, which aro of very
similar character and value,and which
Science and Capital might combine to
utilize at lesS' then half the Jost of like
elements in. the form of Guano.
- My object in this paper is to incite
experiment and careful observation.
No farmer should absolutely trust
aught but his own senses. A Rhode
Islander once* assured me that he ap
plied to four acres of thin, slaty gravel
one hundred pounds per acre of Ni
trate of Soda which cost him $1 per
hundred, and obtained therefrom four
additional tuns of good IlaY, worth
$l5 per tun : Not profit (after allow
ing for the cost of making . the Hay,)
say $3O. He might not be so fortunate
on a second trial; and there may not
be another-four acres of the earth's
surface where Nitarte of Soda would
do so well ; but, should I ever have a
fair opportunity, I mean to see what
a little of that Nitrate will do for mu.
I hope farmers may more and more be
Induced to , conform practice to .. :the
. Apostolic precept, , "Prove all things :
Hold fast that which is .good.;' No
one's success or failure in a particular
instance should be Conclusive. with
others, because of the infinite dive - Ht.!
ty of antecedent and attondent dream.
stances ; but if every thrifty farmer
would give to each of the commercial
'fertilizers •-=- Lime, Gypsum, Guano,
Ph6sphates, Ashes, Salt,
11Iui I, &c.—such a careful trial as ho
might,obsorving closely and recording
carefully the results, we should soon
have a mass of facts and resu Item hero.
from deductions might be drawn of
signal practical value to the present
and to future generations.
"This is what I call capital punish.
ment," as' the boy said when his
mother shut him in the closet among
"Bob," said a facetious farmer to his
son. "we bad a pretty hard day's work
yesterday ; now lot's have a game of
chopping wood." • • •
SPANISH HMV DRESSER
FOR PROMOTING THE GROWTH, BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR,
,it dark and glossy. No oilier compound
possesses the 'peculiar prOperties which e 6 exactly suit
the various conditions of the human hair. The use of
this oil as a hair dresser has been unirer.l in Glory sec
tion of the country in the Spanish Main for centuries.—
No preparation of art could give that elegant inaniauce
and abundance of hair which have se often been the ad
miration of travelers in Spain. This, oil is highly and
delicately perfumed, forming an article unrivaled in ex
cellence and upon which the Spanish people for many
years hare set its seal of enduring approval.
For rembving dendruff and scurf from the hand, whiten
lug and perfuming the skin. This article is entirely dif
ferent from anything of the kind ever offered in this cone
try and is warranted free from all polsonsua eubstances
'lbis valuable lotion was used by the Emperor Maxima
inn, and Empress Cm !rata of Mexico, and universally
used by klealeans for thren hundred years. An a wash
for the head—it Is cooling, deeming and refreshing.—
When thus used it at once relieves headache.
WILD FLOWERS FOR THE TEETH.
All those who are in favor of white teeth and a pleasant
and perfumed breath, should at onco use 1110:11uire's Wild
Flowers for the Teeth. All these preparations are put
tip in the most elegant and ornamental manner. We
make no exception In saying that they are an ornament
to a lady's toilet table, and none complete without them.
Warranted satisfactory or money refunded. Dealers
will bear this in mind. Sold by all respectable Drug
gists in the United States and Canada.. Address orders
Depot and Manufactory,
283 North Second Street, Philadelphia
Jtor /ale at Lew to' Book Store, Huntingdon.
The Trial of Balmer and Bodenburg,
THE PEICHITAL MURDERERS,
The Confession of Bodenburg.
FOR SALE AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
THEY ASK WHO DOES THIS?
THE undersigned would respectfully
Inform the citizens of the town and country that
they are prepared to
REPAIR WALLS, WHITEN CEILINGS,
and HANG Pinto and Ornamental PAPER in the best
style. Alto, to furnish material and do PLASTERING
st the shortest notice and on moderato terms.
Thankful for paat patronage they solicit a cOutluu
anco of the same.
T. C. STRICKLER & CO. I
Huntingdon, March 3i-3m
REV - ENT JE STAMPS
AT LEWIS' BOOS STORE.
From the kiln of Geo. Taylor, Murkiest/tug, prov
on y chemical analysis to ho of the best quality, con
stoutly kept and for sale in any quantity, at the depot o
On Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad.
Gil - Apply to Henry Lcister, Proprietor of the "Broad
Top House." ' une.o2lf
Flan THE LADIES.
A superior article of Note Paper and Envelope
u lefor cottfutentint correspondence, for sale at
UMW' BOOK st 82L4T10.1"4f1Y 6T0R.8.
OUR COLUMN FOR THE PEOPLE.
All kinds, at very small pro Ats. Not
offered low to draw you on on other
goods. Our prices to continge low;
The best Silver and Golden Drips,
genuine 'Levering and other Syrups.
New Orleans and other Bal:Ong Mo
A variety of kinds of best always on
Roasted and Green, cheap as the
cheapest for the same quality.
Sides, - Dried4oof,
at living prices.
The' best N. Y. State Goshen and
The best stick and other candies,
wholesale and retail.
. The best Flour by the barrel, sack
or pound. Cheaper for the same qual
ity than elsewhere.
By tho hundred or smaller quantity
4000 1,2, 3,4, 5, and . 6 gallon crocks,
jars, jugs, and churns, selling cheap.
GLASS & QUEENSWARE.
A large steak of Ironstone and Cora
nion ware, in setts or by the piece.—
Glassware, Earthenware, Fruit Jars,
otc , at Red Front, cheap.
Wood and Willow-Ware,
A large assortment of Baskets,
Buckets, Churns, Tubs, etc., etc., at
Dried Peaches and Apples, Raisins,
Prunes; Currants, Elderberries,—Can
nod Fruit and Vegetables, eta.
By the sack or bushel. Also Dairy
All kinds of Spices, and a great va
riety of notions. Soaps of all kinds
Pickled Salmon, Haddock, Shud,
Trout, White Fish, Mackerel, Dry
Salt, Quoddy Labrador, Lake and
smoked Herring, by the half and quar
ter barrel, kilt, pound and dozen. All
warranted,and cheaper than elsewhere.
The best quality of Tobacco, and
cheaper than any other store in town.
For what you want first call at En
terprise Headquarters where prices
will be kept regularly low. '
WHEELER & It lON'S
HIGHEST , PREP/HUM
Received the only GOLD MEDAL at the
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1867.
They are adapted to All kinds of Primily Sewing:and
to the use of Seamstresses, Dressmakers, Tailors, Manu
facturers of Shirts, Collars, Skirts, Cloaks, Mantillas,
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Corsets, Linen Goods, Umbrellas,
Parasols, etc. They work equally well upon bilk, linen,
woolen and cotton goods, Milt silk, cotton or linen
thread. They will seam, quilt, gather, hem, fell, cord,
braid, bind, xnd perferm every species of sewing. making
a beautiful And perfect stitch, alike on beth Sides of the
The qpnlities Which recominand them nee:
1. Bentity and excellence of stitch, alike on both eidas of
the fabric BeUed.
2. Strength, firinnes4 and durability of scam, that gill
not rip nor ravel.
3 Economy of Thread.
4. A ttachti .
onts and wide range of application to purpo
sea and materials.
6. Compactness and elegance of model and finish.
6. Simplicity and thoroughness of censtruction.
7. Sport!, case of operation and management, and quiet
ness offincvntent. • • , •
Instructime free I. oil. Machines Lep! in repair ono
year tree of charge.
U. B. LEWIS, Agent,
A Patent Self Barter Las been attached to the celebra
ted GROVER RAKER pE)S7.NCI
Lock'. itadli;(initch a'llko on . Loth endricos). And
see them work. For further information write to or cot
Leistora Building, lip stairs
April 26. tr.
I have been requested by the owners of the following
Sowing Machines to dispose of them if possible at the
prices annexed,as they wish to procure Singer machines
in their place:
One Grover & Baker Machine, loop,stitch, In good run.
ning order, cost'soo, will take $5O; one Florence machine
with tucker & c, coot $6O, • will take (good order) $53,
one Grover & Baker machine, loop stitch, with box, cost
$65, will take $O5; one Wilcox & Gibbs, cost $65, will
take $3O; one Glovor to Baker machine, good running
order, cost $55, will take $4O; one Parker Machine, with
cover, well finished, cost $OO, will take 535. ono fine
Grover & Baker Machine. never been used, cost with took
er. extra hemmers &c , $7B, will take $7O.
Letters for information nud mime fur the celebrated
Singer Machine to be addressed to
July 08—tf J. C. BLAlR,lluntlngdon, Pa.
DL GREEN & F. O. BEAVER
Having entered into partnerstdp, tnl irm tlnumbllc that
they aro ',mural to (=este all styles of
Plain and ornamental Marble Work
Bitch as MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES. also Building
Work, at sa low prices as any shop in the t mint,
Orders frdenn distance promptly attended to.
Shop on MIFFLIN street, a few doors east of tho la.
therm church mth6,lBo
READ AND ,BE POSTED !
TO THE NEWLY _ALARMED
AND ALL IN WANT OF
New Furniture &c.
►TTHE undersigned would respectfully
1 announce that he manufactures and keeps constantly
on hand a large and splendid assortment of
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES
WASH AND CANDLE STANDS
Windsor and cans teat chairs. clipboards, gilt anti toss.
wood moulding for mirror and picture frames and a vita.
sty of articles not mentioned, at prices that cannot fail to
Ho is also agent for the well known Bailey tit Decamp
patent spring Bed Bottom.
The public ass invited to call and ex/Daiwa his stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
Work and a.dev room on Dill street, near Smith, one
door west of Tenter's store.
Huntingdon, Ang.l, 180
PLENTY OF THEM
N B iv
MEN AND BOYS' CLOTHING
SPRING AND SUMMER,
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentlemen's Clothing of the beet material, and made
in the beat workmanlike manner, call at
H. ROMAN'S, 1
opposite tee Franklin House In Market Square, Hunting
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
Foreig ad Domestic
MECHANIUS; FARMERS, BUILDERS,
and buyers generally, Is invited to the fact that we are
now offering a BETTER ASSORTIIIENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY' IC.,
than can bo found elsewhere in this part of t h e State, at
prices to math° times. Our Moct comprises all articles
In this Eno of business, embracing a general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
lILACKSMIT/IS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, &c., Sc., together with a largo eta& of
iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes; Railroad and
Mining Supplies,. Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones; Circular,
Mill and Cross. Cut Saws,
and Plain Rol
' low Ware.
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Powder Cans.
An excellent. amortmerit of
KNIVES, ,FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, SCIS—
• • ORS, RAZORS; &C.
BRITTANIA & SILVER PLATED WARE.
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns ;
CONSTANTLY ON lIAND AND FOR MLR
AT AIANUFACT URORAS" P.R1C.6 1 ;5'.
CARRIAGE &WAGON MAKERS
Will find ia general assortment of initvlcil far utheir se
constiting In part of • '
Carriage Trimmings, Hubs, Spehes,
Agisi Springs, Nuts, Bolts,
Washers, Malleable Irons; Pa- •
tent andenamelledLeather; ' •
Whips, Tongues, sot
keta, Shafts, &c.
OREBNE .t BRO.,
Can be suppliedililt: -
HORSE ANJ-IdELE SHOES,
Horse Halls, end all kinds of Iron& Steel
Will find in our establishment a superior stock of
• BOLTS, •
SASH-CORDS, &C.; &C.
VINING AND MINERS'' GOODS
NAILS and SPIKES, of all variotios
BLASTING POWDER, FUSE,
uOAL PICKS AND SHOVELS.
Can be accommodated with everything In their line from
a Grain Separator to a Viket-iitone.
3184.108.40.206c1er , E;
Are sapacially invited to call and examine our stook of
Comprising the (axons Russell
Reaper, Mower, and Dropper, combined
Rundell's First Premium HOUR P/TCHFORY,
Trace and Halter Chains,
- Br. as t Chains,
Cards, te., ko., to
Among the epeohatim of - oar lionte, we desire I. call
attention to the celebrated
The exelushn right to sell which Is Tested In us. Send foi
&circular mid got full partleulars of same, and oath()
youreelf ofits importer qualities.
Seale, of all sizes awl descriptions, including
Tea and Counter Scales,
Grocers' and bruggists' Scales,
Rolling Mill, Wheelbarrow, Pork, Port•
able, flopper, Miners and Trans.
portation, Hay, Cattle and
FURNISIIED AT MANUFACTURERS'
The largest and best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY,
COOK & PARLOR STOVES.
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BRADS,
Rout Norway nail, rod, bar an hoop Irdn.
STEEL, of all sizes and descriptions
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
By the barrel or gallon, at ♦ery low figtiree
413-A cell is respectfully solloited, feeling cone
dent that our goods end prices will not' fill to
WHARTON & MAGUIRE.
Huntingdon, May 7, 1867
The attention of
and compare our prices with others
Ever offered in this piece
A GREAT VARIETY OF
By the keg. 'Very low I
A WORD TO
Being a abort and practical treatise on the nature, cane
es, and symptoms of Pulmonary Consumption, Bronchitis
and .Asthma; and their prevention, trcalmeat, and cure
by inhalation. lent by mail free. Address Q. VAN
RUMMELL, M. D., 16 West Fourteenth ft., N. Y. i1Y,144Y
U. C. Roam. Ono. W. Ems.
I= LC)3E3CIVI etc
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DBALERS IN
, , .
China, Glass & Queens*are,
433 MARKET ST., NORTB SIDE,
BELOW FIFTH STREET,
PHILADELPHIA, PA. "'
&ISAAC K. ST AUFFER,h i
.WATCHES ancl JEWELRY,
No. lig North 2d Street; cotlnor of Quarry,
An assortment of Watches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated
Wore constmitly on hand.
/Urßepairlng of Warehos and, Jewelry promptly at
hooded to. Aug. 11.1 y
A. POSTLETIINVAITE CO,
General Commission Merchants
TOR Tnr, HALE OT
Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye, Bark, Butter, Eggs, Lard,
. - ' Poultry, Be,
No. 264 South Froni Street,
A. G. Poetlethwaito, Philadelphia
J. C. blasughton.
ARCH ST. CARPET WAREHOUSE,
832 ARCH STREET, '
BELOW NINTH STREET, ' ' PHILADELPHIA.
The Old Established Stand!
Rec'eiving for the Sring Trade a'largo stock of the N.
Styles of •
Purchased at the Lowest GOLD RATES, and will be sold
at a great reduction froni last season's prices.
ENGLISH BRUSSELS at $1 50, and all other goods In
51530-3 m 832 Arch Stteet, Philadelphin..
JOSEPH WALTON & CO:,
No. 413 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Our establislament is ono of the oldest in'Plilladelphin,
aqd from long experienco and eoperior facilities we are
prepared to furnish good work at reasonable prices.
We manufactuie tine furniture, and also medium
priced furniture of srperior quality. A largo ;stock of
furniture always on hand. Goode Made to order.
Counters, Peak Work and Office Furniture for Banks,
Offices and Stores, made to order.
Jot. WALTON. J. W..ideenicorr. ' Jos L. SCOTT.
Filriiitte : Waren '
No. 809 MARKET &TEEM, •• •
forth Side, •
Of the Latest Styles and beet manufacture
ALSO ' -
FEATHER BEDS and MATTRESSES.'
}ob. 23, 3m.
SUPER-PHOSPHATE . OF LIME.
SPRING - f , 1870.
Increase your crop of
CORN, OATS, POTATOES, WHEAT, AND GRASS,
As well as
ADD TO TIIE FERTILITY OF YOUR 80IL,
By a Judicious and Economical mode of
SE A N 1.7• R 2 ST 0- -
Gel the value qf your outlay the first season.
Obtain better.filled ears and heavier grain.
Keep your soil free from noxious weeds.
Make your laud permanently fertile.
Over SIXTEEN years of constant ate, on all amps, his
proven that Baugh's Raw .Bone Phosphate may be de
pended upon by Farmers. , - _
lIIORLY IMPROVED AND STANDARD WARRANTED
For Sale by Agricultural Deniers generally.
BAUGH & SONS,
Office, No. 20 South Delaware Avenue
mhB-em PHILADELPHIA. •
TEO. A. STEEL. EILTON 8. LYTLE. BA3IOEL A. STEEL
THE FIRM OF STEEL, LYTLE &
BTHEL having located on their tract oflaml with
in two miles of the borough of Ifuntingdon, a
STEAM SAW MILL, •
are prepared to manufacture all kinds of
OAK AND PINE LUMBER.
The mill will be run to Its utmost capacity and will be
in Oporation during the entire summer and part of the
autumn months. They will Ito enabled to furnish Lum
ber in largo quantities, and of all dimensions, at tho low
eat meth prices.
Orders respectfully solicited. Lumber delivered et the
Penna. flathead, or cartel.
Lluntiugdou, April 22, 18613-tf
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS.
HEMLOCK, PINE BILL STUFF,
Boards, Plank, Shingles, Plastering and Shingling
Lath, constantly . or hand.
Worked Flooring, Sash, Blinds, More, Door and Ma
doss Frames, punished at manufaciurers' prices.
Brain anslcountfy,product generally bought at market
rates. WAGONER & BRO.,
aug2Peti Philipsburg, Centro co., Pa.
ANTED -1,000 cords of Bark,
at the klaramoth atore, The Mated market
price paid in cash (Jun 1 Om] HENRY B CO.
ANTED. 10,000 pounds Tub
washed wool for which the highest mket price
:rsl . ..Ve in pain. [Jun 18m] 11.1pla:
GET THE BEST
Suitable far all fluildinze, Dwelllam Earns, Cliuritioa
Factories, &c.,'and for all clithatea; equally adapted to
flat or 'steep roof; and can be applied by any otdlnary
workman. ' - ,• •
THE READY ROOFING
. , . ... .... ,
Is more durable than tin, and does not cost oriehalf rue
much. It is cheaper than shingles, far more durable.
and fireproof. It is made of the heaviest fabric ever used
for the purpose. and is put up in rolls ready for shipment
to any part of the world. ' Send for circular,and i!tmp*
. . .
We also Ruaufactiire , •
For repairing 'all kinds of leaky toOnl, cldnineys: sky'
&c. This Roofing Cement forms a prirnianeat ad ,
hegira canting over the whole surface of all roofs, whale. ,
er tin, shingle or 'composition, completely, closing !np
leakages, and tieing composed largely of kroand.'grantte,
wheel sets and hardemq'and noon beZoramt An artilleial
Slate or Stone 'earering. ' '
• For coating Tin and all kinds of metal and composition
roofs. It will not run. crock, or peal off, but form *pees
manont and perfect protection, wherever placed: It.ls
furnished at •half the cost, and possesies twice tho duns*
blttty of the common oil palate used for such purpose*.
County rights threat,. - •
For Cireufara and MI partlenlarn, Addredi
READY ROOFING COMPANY ;
at MAIDEN LANE, E.Y.I
Authorized ,WAR CLAIM AGENCY
SOLDIERS' ELEIRS i 'ATTENTION !
The act of Congress approved March 2, BM, gives td
Heirs of Soldiers who died prisoners of.war,
COMMUTATION FOR RATIONS, ' •
fir . the time the soldier was so held a prisoner, at.. the
rata of twenty-five cents per day, to be paid in the follow
ing order: let. To the widow, if unmarried ; 2d. To the
children; 3d. To the parents, to both jointly if "they are
living, if either is dead, to the survivor; 4th., To the bro.
The act' of February 28,1867, provide!, for the ietnad
ing of the $3OO Commutation Money, where the same per
lon was again - dratted, and tile requited to enter the
vice or furnish a substitute.
D/14011412 GEE! SOLDIERS.,!'; •
The net of March 2,180, also makes pserMosts ferthe
paymeat of the
$lOO ADDITIONAL DOliillii
to;such soldiers as have acctilentally,lost thole *Mosher
All persons having any.cialati under arty of the abov,
mentioned Acte, or any other kind of claim against the
United States or State Governments, can !havefthsta
promptly cbilected, by addressing the urdersign'ed.
formation and advice cheerfully given to soldiers or their
friends, free of charge.
• W. ii. WOODS,
Authorized Army and Navy War-aaim Avid.
m0y9,21807 HUNTINGDON, Iluntingdon co., Pa
.VANIA RA IL ROA.
OF LEAFING! OF TRAINS
It ARRANGEMENT. -
STATIONS. .1 6 , h .
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4 , 211 111, 63 N.llamllton, ' 617 . :ix
4'29 'l2 00 011 Mt. Union,. 10 'O4
436 ..... 12 08 ..... Maptaton,....i. .... 5' .
442 12 16 717 Stilt Creak,— 452 47
456 5 00,12 32 730 Month:lssm, 10 21; 4 , 38 35
512 , 112 53 Ceteraburg,l.. , ...... I, 4;18 „1,11
52,2 '"'l 03 '" Parrei " " 1409 ' la.
30 ' 113 ,1 011Sprucaeraola, . .....1 op ,OE 43 120 Ilirmlnghom„ 3 4111,, 6,17
52 1 34 8 20 Tyrone, 0 so r- 3 '4l Vel
30 7 37
07 . 163 - ' Fo p stori , a
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25 '7 33
11 2 00 8 42 13ell'a Mills,. 3.20 7117
SC 607 2 201 900 Altoona,. 9053 00 1,16
The FAST LINE Eastward leaves Altoona at 'l2 3.5
A. M., and arrives nt Huntingdon at 1 45 A.M. ,
The CINCINNATI EXPRESS Eastward !CRIME Altooha at
5 45 P. M. and arrives at Huntingdon at 7 04 P:81.
PACIFIC EXPRESS ERSIWRIA, IeAVCS .Altoona at 100
U. end pottage Huntingdon at 806 A. x.
CINCINNATI Emma tt estword loaves Huntingdon .at
3 32 A m and arrives at Altoona 460 • x
' The EAST LINE Westward, passes' Huntingdon as
7 00 P., AI. and arrives at Altoona at 8 12 P. M.
HUISTI_NGDON k BROAD TOP
On and after Thuraday, • JUNO 10th, 1810, Psalm.
'set- Trains will arrive and depart as follows:
,UP TIYAIpIB.- - • L t; •DM 'pltAlga..!
Y.X P LIS.' MAIL J. Varateatai
• P M.
tg 5 le
Li 8 051frontIngdon,.....-4
111 Long Siding
,5 20 8 2 451cCOnnellsiown,.
535 830 Pleasant prom,...
6 02 8 55 Coffee Rim ... ...
6 65. , •8 01 Rough A Ready,...
0 23 9 13 Core,
6 27 9 16 IFislisriflummit......
" "I 0 3 0 Saxton,
9s 7 00
7 17, 9 - 41 IllddlSsloorg.
7 241 9 54 llopewoll,
7 421 10 /2 Diper's Run
903 10 311TatessIlls,
817 10 43 Bloody Run,. ,
AA 8 25 kr 10 15001ouot Dallas,'
, '• SHOUP'S RUN BRAN
Ly. . 6 45:Lz 0 36 1 Pazton
7 091 050 Coalmeat
7 04, 955 Crawford,
As 7 15)5I 10 05 Dudley,
[Broad Top City,.
. . ~
thoti.odo 4 JO jo, no. Jonzi MULLIN Ent .
West • Huntingdon Foundry.
. FARIS BELLS, SLED AND SLEIGH SOLES. '
WAGON BOXES, IRON KETTLES,
Per Furpac, Forges, Gait and Say; 3lill.,Tanaariea
AND JOB WORK IN .GENERAL.
ARCHITECTURAL & ORNADINNTAL DEPARTIONi.
Iron Portlads and Verandahs,
, Balconies,Columns' and Drop Ornament for wade%
portico. an verandahs,
Window Lintels and Sills, • • •• •
Cast Ornamonta for wooden lintels,
Cellar Window Guards all Janes,
Chimney Tope and kitties, • ,
Sash Weights, Carpet Stripe,
Registers, Heaters, Coal Grates, - •
Vault Castings for coal and wood cellars,
Arbors, Tree-boxes, Lampilosta; Hitching-pinta, .
Iron Railing for porticos, verandahs, balconies, dower.
Yard and Cemetery Fences, etc.
iiirticutar . anttaionpaid to fencing amekry Lots.
Address JA.VES SINIPSON,
5e23,68 Huntingdon, Pa
M. MARION Mann..
. BLAKE & MOBIL ;
[Successors to J. M. dONNINIMIAM do 801,1,)
Iron and Brass Founders.,
IRON and BRASS CASTINGS made in a first clam
Foundry. We have always on hand alk
. L kinds of Plow anG.Stovo Outings; Wash,
a . filogßE t Kettles,Cellaruindo we, Grates, Coal hole,
Castings for pavements,Window weiht s
nj all sizes and weights Pipe joints, B led
and Sleigh soles, Wagon bows,, Machine Outings, foA•
steam sod water, grist, saw, sumac end plaster mills at
HEATERS AND IRON FENCES,
of the most improved stylo, oven doors and friunea, dein
eine, and in fact everythingmade to thie line. L.
We have a larger stock of patterns, and can furnish cas
tings at short notice, and cheaper than they tan be bid
in the country. Raving a good drill, we ere prepared in
do drilling and fitting up of all kinds.
Office lu Mestere' New Building, 11111 street, Hunting,
Itch. 17,1869. 'BEAK'S
TO THE LADIES! ,
Tho subscribers hare recently discolered a new
ESSENCE OF STARCH.
In ceiling the attention of the ladles to our Steridt
they will Bud that it ecouomizee labor, produces • '
Much superior to common starch, , and easier to iron. In
fact if you wont beautiful gloss'on your aklrt, or your
husband's Shirt or collar, procure a box, of our Essence
of Starch. The cast is trifling, only 15 cents a box.,
Try a box and bo couvincsd. Every Family should
havo a box of the Essence of Starch. For sale by all
Grocers and dealerslii the United States. Manufactured
only by SMITH, HAMMON & CO., sole propriotors, No.
1113 Harmer street, Fhiladalphia.
aqvFor sale at MASSEY & CO'S. Enterprtso Head,
XTM. LEWIS, Dealer in Books, Sta
Honor) , and Music? ' , mermen% corner 011ie
1 at is
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