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WHAT X KNOW OF FARMING.
Sr la MUGS aftIIELIT
,GRAIN GROWING-EAST AND
I disclaim all pretensions to ability
to teach Western farmers how to grow
Indian Cern abundantly and profita
bly, while 1 cheerfully admit that they
have taught me sonic what thoroughly
worth .knowing. In my boyhood, I
hoed Corn diligently for weeks at a
time, drawing the earth from between
the rows up about the stalks to a depth
of three or four inches, thus forming
hills which the Wont has since taught
me to be of no use, but. rather a detri
_the efforts of the
growing, hungry plants to throw- out
thimir roots - extensively in every direc
tion, and•subjeoting them to needless
injtiryfron drouth. lam thoroughly
convinced:that Corn, properly planted,
will, like Wheat and all other grains,
root itself just deeli'eamigh :in the
groulid,.iffil that , to : keep down'all
weediled - leave the surfabe of the
eern 2 field open; mellow, and perfectly
flat, in the best as well as the cheeped
Way to cultivate Corn. And Ido not
believe, that - so much human food,
with no little labor, is, produced else
where en .earth as in the spacious
flelds . of Wheat and Corn in our grand
And, - yet I have seen in that :valley:
many ainTde - stretcher covered - wi - th:
Corn, W,:hereof the tillage seemed su:s.
ceptible.or iniPrOVehtedt:'. • Ilidink ibp;,
tween ;15e - gOaCccien::fieldsii COLO!'
ber, afteieverythinestanding thered 4 6,
had btecilled - by frost, it seemed to
my obseriretion that; while the, m1) 1
crop whaTaif, the 'weed-ciop : wae fat 7
more lit.hriant; so 'that; if everything,
had been . cut clean from' the groundi
and the'ebrn,and the weeds placed id
opp oni lee r thole - 14W.
weighed down the former. I cannot
dOebt_that the cultivation, or lack of
cultivation, which produces or permits
stick' results, is not merely slovenly,
%The Nest is for the present, as . for a
generation sh'e has been, the granary
of: the East. Is my judgment; she'
will not long be continued to remain
so. Fifty years ago, the Genesee val
ley supplied most of the wheat and
flour imported into New-England; ten
years later, Northern Ohio was our
prineipal resource; ten years later still,
Michigan, Indiana, Northern Illinois
asd Eastern Wisconsin, bad been ad
ded to our grain-growing territory.—
Another decade, and our flour-manu
faCturers had crossed the Mississippi,
laying lowa and Minnesota under lib
erial contributions, while Western New-
York had ceased to grow even her
own bread stuffs, and Ohio to produce
one bushel more than she needed for
home consumption. Can we doubt
that this steady recession of our Egypt,
our Hungary, is destined to continue.
Twenty three Years ago, when I first
rode out from the then, rising village
of Chizago to see the Illinois prairies,
nearly every wagon I met was loaded
with . wheist, going into Chicago, to bo
...Ix, for about 50 cents perbushel, and
the proceeds loaded back in' the form
oflamb'er; groceries, and almost every
thing elie,'grain excepted, needed by
the pioneers; then dotting; thinly and
-.whole' region' With
their cabins. NOW, I prestime the die
triet I then traversed produces hardly
mare grain than it consumes; taking
Illinois aliogether, • I doubt: that she
will: grow her own breadsuffs after•
1880 ; not that she will be unable to
S•oduce a large surplus, but that her
farmers will have deoided that they
eaa use their lands otherwise to great
er advantage. lowa and Minnesota
will eentinue to export graih for per
haps_twenty years longer; , but even
their time will come for• saying, "New-
YOrk and New-England (not to speak
of old England) aro too far away to
farnish profitable markets for such
bulky products; the cost of tramper
tation.absorbs the larger part of the
cargo. We must export instead Wool,
AL:Var; Lard, Butter, Cheese, Hops, and
various manufactures, whereof the
fr'elght Will range from 2 up to not
snore than 25 per' Cent, of the value."
They will thus save their soil from the
tremendenti Ed - action Made by taking
grain crop after'grain crop persistent
ly;Wkich long ago: exhausted' Most of
New England and Eastern New York
of wheat-forming material, and has
since wrought the same deplorable re-,
stilt it;'iir"rich tlenesee valley; While .
Eastern Penns`xly'ania, though settled
nearly two centuries 'ago; having pur
sued.a-more- rational ands provident
system of husbandry, grows excellent
wheat-crops to this day.
I insist that the States this side of
the Delaware, though they will draw
much grain from the Canadas after the
political changes that cannot be far
driltant; will be compelled to grow a
very considerable Share of their own
breadstuff's; that the West . will cease
to supply then . ' unless at prices that
they will deem exorbitant; and that
grain-growing,. eastward of a line
drawn from Baltimore due north to
the Lakes will have to bo very consid
,extended. Let tie see, then
whether the East is not unwise in hav
ing so generally abandoned grain-grow
I lame out of the • aoeount most of
NOW Ekgland, as well as of Eastern
New York, and tits more rugged por
tioas of Now Jersey and Pennsylvania,
where the rooky, hilly, swamp faeo of
the country seems- to forbid any but
that petiday cultivation; - wherein' triaz
ehinery and mechanical power can
scarcely be made available, and which
seem, therefore, permanently - fated, to
persevere in a syitem of•agriculture
and horticulture not essentially unlike
that they now - exhibit. In the
leys of the Penobscot, the ItenneVoc,
tlielfudson, and of our small rivers,
there are considerable tracts:absolute
ly free from these 'natural impediments,
whereon a largeir and more efficient
husbandry is perfectly practicable,
even , noW •,; but these intervales are
generally the property of many own
ore; are cut up by roads and fences;
ar'e.held at high prices: so that I will
simply pass them by, and take for it
lustration the 'Tine Barrens" of South
ern-New Jersey, merely observing that
what I say of them is equally applica•
ble, with slight medifications;,tO largo
pOrtioss -of Long Island, Delaware,
Maryland, Virginia, and the Caroli
nas. ' _
A SEERIF2 IN THE SHOW B warms.—
Sheriff Myers, of this county, received
authority from parties in
to levy upon the circus• department of
Gardner& Forepaugh's "Model Circus
and monster' Menagerie," which was
announced to exhibit in this city this
afternoon and evening. Accordingly,
yesterday ho dispatched Deputy
Sheriff Hess' to Reamstown, where it
then was, and where the execution
was served.* The deputy at once took
charge of the concern and accompanied
it to this city. The execution is
against Dan Gardner and John Fore
paugh, and amounts to about 814,000.
Inasmuch as the show was advertised
for this city, Sheriff Myers did not
feel disposed to "be rough" on the
parties, but allowed them to fill their
bill for to day, and at the close of the'
performance this evening will take
charge of all the bermes and appur
tenances belonging to the concern,
when an inventory will be taken, the
stock advertised and then sold at
sheriff sale, unless an arrangement is
effected in the meantime. It is prop
er to state that the collection of ani
mals, or the menagerie department, is
not subject to execution; as it belongs
to other parties. The Deputy_ Sheriff
accompanied the caravan in its march
through the streets this morning and
attraeted considerable attention. It is
probable the first time in the history
of the sheriffs of Lancaster county
that one has been galled upon to run a
show on so extensive a scale.---Lcot
caster Express; 16th.
D. P. CWIN
INFORMS THE PUBLIC
THAT HE HAS
- JUST OPENED
SPLENDID STOCK of NEW GOODS
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE. •
D. P. GWIN
Ilontlngdon, .Ap.l9, 1971
PLENTY OF THEM.
- .MEN AND BOYS' .ODOTHING:
'` SPRING AND SUMMER, •
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentlemen's Clothing, of thebest materiel, and made
in the beet workmanlike manner, call at
opposite She Franklin House in Market Square, Hunting
9 - 10 THE LADIES!
The enbscribere hare receatly distoecred a nevr
ESSENCE OF' STARCH.
In calling the attention of the ladies to our Starch
hey n ill find that it economizes labor, produces a
Much superior to common starch, and easier to iron. Li
fact if you want a beautiful gloss on your skirt, or your
husband's shirt or, collar, procure a box of. our Eseonce
of Starch. The cast is trifling, onlyls cents a box.
Try a box and be convinced. Every Family should
have a box of the Easonce of Starch. For sale by all
Grocers and dealers - in the United States. Manufactured
only by SMITH, HASIMON & CO., solo proprietors, Ro.
1113 Harmer street, Philadelphia.
Stir For sale at MASSEY & CO'S. l'aterpilao 'Toad
IMPORTANT TO SOLDIERS
All Cavalry Line officers who ware in the service ha.
tween July 22d 1861 and July 17th' 1862 are entitled to
allowance for use and risk of horses, amounting for the
whole time to about $l6O ; for a less time, to a propor
tionate amount., Discharges mast accompany claims.-
Delrs - of those entitled. but who were killed or •died,in
the !torsi., and the arrears of pay baying been collected,
are only required to give a ifow'er•lttf Attorney. ' • r;
'Persons' liraVing'elainfs 'atlas lthid,'or any tither claims
against tho Government can Dave these promptly collected
by applying'in poison or by.lettf?
July 12 187Cbtf.
K. ALLEN LOVELL,
This Institution affords superior advantages of educa
tion on liberal terms. Every department, French, Ger
man, Painting, Drawing, and Music included, filled by
competent and largely experienced teachers. Expenses
for the year, $2OO. Fall term opens
- Wednesday, August 31st, 1870.
For Cataioguo address
MARTIN NOBLER, Principal,
Xishaeriquillas, Mifflin Co., Pa
July f 2, 121.9-3 m.
I have bean requested by the owners of the following
Sowing Machines to dispose of them if possible at the
prices annexed,as they NUM' to procure Singer machines
in their Once:
One Grover & Baker Machine. loop stitch, in good run.
ning order, cost $OO, will take $5O; ono Florence machine
with tucker dt c., cost $5O, will bake (good order) $53;
one, Grover & Baker machine, loop stitch, wills box, cost
$135, will take $45; one Wilcox & Gibbs, cost $65, will
take $3O; one Grover & Baker machine, good running
order, cost $55, will takn $4O; ono Parker Machine, with
cover, well finished, cost $6O, will take $35; ono flea
Grover & Baker Diachine;never been need, cost with tuck
er, extra hemmers &c , $7B, will take $7O.
Lettere for information and orders fur the celebrated
Sieger blachi•e to be addreceod to
Jell 21-If J. C. BLAllt s illatiagdou, Pa.
OUR COLUMN FOR THE PEOPLE.
All kinds, at very, small profits. Not
offered low to draw you on on other
goods. Our prices to continue low,
The beet Silver and Golden' Drips,
genuine Lovering and other Syrups.
Now Orleans and other Baking Aid
A variety of kinds of best always on
hand cheap, „ ,
Roasted and Green, cheap as the
cheapest for the same quality.
Hams, Shoulders, Sides, Dried Beef,
at living prices.
The best N. Y. state Goshen and
The beat 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 the hundred or smaller quantity
4000 1,2, 3,4, 5, and 6 gallon crocks,
ars, jugs, and churns, selling cheap.
GLASS & QUEENSWARE.
A largo stock of Ironstone and Com
mon ware, in setts or by the piece.—
Glassware, Earthenware, Fait ,Jars,
etc , at Red Front, cheap.
Wood and Willow-Ware.
A large assortment of Baskets,
Buckets, Churns, Tab's, etc., etc., at
Dried Peaches and iApples,.RaisinS,
Prunes, Currants, Elderberries,=Can
nod Fruit and Vegetables, etc.
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, Shad,
Trout, White Fish, Mackerel, Dry
Salt, Quoddy Labrador,Lake and
smoked Herring, by the alf and quar
ter barrel, kitt, 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 kopt regularly low.
NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED.
WHOSE 6011FER17.108 HAVE BEEN PROTRACTED
FROM BIDDEN CAUSES, AND WIIOEN
OASES REQUIRE •
TORENDEREITSTENVE . DESIRABLE
If you ere Buff:lring, or barb _ adored, from involun
cry discharge', what West does it produce upon your
general health / Do you feel weak, debilitated, easily
tired? Doe; a little extra exertion produce palpatetion
of the heart? Doer your flyer, or urine organ., or your
kidneys, get fiat of order 1. Is your urine sometimes
thick, milky or flocky ,or it it ropy on settling? Or
does a thick shim riso to the top 1 Or is a 'ailment
at the bottom after It has stood awhile I Dc yOu keemo'
sponsor short breathing or dyepepsla t Are your bow
els constipated ? Do you hare spells of fainting, 'or
rushes of blood to the head ? Is your memory impaired?
la your mind constantly dwelling on this subjest ? Do
you feel ddll, Dillon, moping, tired of company, of life
Do you wish to be loft alone, to, got away from every
body? Does any little thing make you start Air jump I
f ls your sleep broken or patios' Is the lustre' of your
eye as bright? Do yon enjoy yourself in society as well?
Do you'purkum your buelness with the same energy? Do
you feel as much eosfidonco in yourself? Are your
its dull and flagging, given to Ate of melancholy? If so,
de not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia.' 'Have you rest
leis' nights! Your back neat, your knee' woeiki and
have but little appetite;and you attribute this t• dys
pepsia or liver complaint
Now, reader, meltabnee, venereal Memel badly cared;
and Casual oicesees, are all oapable of producing a
weaknese of the gnnerative organs. The organ. of gen
eration, when is perfect health, make the man. Did
you ever think that those bold, defiant, energetic, wa
vering, aucceseful ?wiliness men aro always those whom
organs are in perfect health? You never bear ouch men
complain of being audancholy,of nervonineee, of palpita
tion of the hea'rt. They are never afraid they cannot
succeed In Maine.; thoy don't become Bad and disown
aged , they are always polite and pleasant In company of
ladies, and look you and them right In the face—none
of your downcast looks or any other militiamen abont
them. Ido not mean those who keep the organs ioda
ted by running to carom Those will not only ruin
their sons glutton, but these they de baldness with or
How many mon, from badly cured dlstasee, from the
effects of self abase and excesses, have brought about
that state of weakness In thee. organs that hos reduced
the general system so mesh as to Induce mamma every
other disease—ldiocy, lunacy, paralyele, spinal affection,
suicide, and almost every form of disease humanity in
heir to—and tho real Farm of the trouble scarcely_ ernr
auspeeted, aad hare doctored for all bat the right one.
DISHASES OF 11ISSE ORGANS REQUIRE THE MN
Is the Great Dluretle, Dud lea certain cure for diaoalea
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROP-
SY, ORGANIC WEAKNESS, FE-
MALE COMPLAINTS; GEN-
And ell dietnuea.of the Urinary Organs, whether txleting
n Male or Female, (min whaterer:causo originating, owl
no matter dhow long standing
If no treatment to sulisiltted to, Consumption or la
sanity my ensue. - O'nrttesh and blood are supported
from then sources, and tha health and happiness, and
that of Posterity, depends upon prompt ma of arellable
ILELMBOLD'S IiSTRACT BUCIIU, established up
ward of ID years, prepared I)
H. T. HELMBOLD,
594 Broadway, New York. and
104 South 10th St., Philadelphia, Pa,
PRICE—V.2S per bottle, 0r.6 bottles for $6.60, dells,
scot to on -addreas
Sold by all Druggists Everywhere
None aro genuine unless done up in steel
engraved wrapper, with fae-similio of my
H. T. HELMBOLD.
May 17 ly
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Foreign and. Domeitic
The attention of
NECITANICS, FARMERS, 'BUILDERS,
aed buyers generally, le Invited to the fact that we axe
now offering a BETTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE; CUTLERY &C.,
that can be felled elsewhere in this unit of the State, at
prices to nit the times. Oui• stock com n prises All article.
in this line of business, embracing a general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, .&e;, 'ln, together with a large stock of
iron, Steel,' Nails, Spikes, _Railroad and
Mining. Supplies, Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones, Circular,
- Mill and Cross. Out Saws,
and Plain Hol
. • -. low Ware.' "
Coal - Oil - Lamps and Lanterns,', •
Oil,tend Powder• Cans ; •
Ar..xcellant aworttnent of
Firi a, 9 - tatlcor3r,
KNIVES, ,FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE. SPOONS,
ORS, RAZORS, &o.'
BRITTANIA & SILVER PLATED WARE.
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND OR SALE
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
CARRIAGE & WAGON. MAKERS
Witt find a general axon - intent of material for their me
conatiting to part of . ' • •
Carriage Trimmings, , Rubs, Spokes,
Rims, Axles, Springs, Netts,
Washers, Malleable Irons, _Pa
tent and enamelledLeather,
' Whips, Tongues, Soo
kets, Shafts, dre. '
Can be supplied with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS,
HORSE AN.GMULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron& Steel
Will Lind in oar netabllstnaent a Impostor stook at
SASH-CORDS, &C., &O.
'MINING AND MINERS' GOODS.
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, BUBB,
z , • ... r1i5tr.31:11:11.071.903
Cua be accommodated with everything in their line from
a Grain Separator to a Whet-atone. . .
Arc especially Invited to call cud examine Der cloak et
and ceniparo our prioas with oilier'
Comprising the famous
Reaper, Ddower, and Dropper, combined,
RundelPs First Premium HORSE PITOUVOR - E,
Pcythest,, •• " .• • : ••• - - -•
Ha7 • Forlu,
• Trace and Halter Chafe,
Priest Ohaluq- •
Curry fombu j
Ostrelq As., Am., de.
Among tluiepeOslttes or - our - Herm, ae depire to call
attentighttiithe'eelObiiitett . ---
The exclusive right to sell which (gimled fa no. Bend fot
&circular and got full particulars of same, and satisfy
yourself of its superior qualities.
ficales'of all sixes and descriptions, inslading
Tea and Count e r Scales,
• , Grocers! and .Druggists' Scales,
Rolling 21ill, Wheelbarrow, Pork, Port.
able, Hopper, Miners and Trans.
portation, Hay, Cattle and
FURNISHED AT' MANUFACTURERS
The.loTgoot, and,peisi.assortment of
GLASS; PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY
Ever offend In this place
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES.
ALL SIZES OF
NArr,s AND. BRADS,
137 the keg. Very low I
Bed Korway nail, rod, bar nn hoop Iron.
STEEL, of all sizes and descriptiops .
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and Coal : Oil,
By the barrel or gallon, at very low figurer..
&Er-A call to-respectfully solicited, cooling con&
din!! ) that oar goods and prices trill not fall to
nti.6.0., Hwy', 1107
E.O.Rouu• Ozo. W. ELLIN.
it , • 4 ::>3EXIVE 313111.23CA155,
IHPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN.
China, Glass & Queensware,
433 MARKET ST., NoD.RTEf SIDE,
BELOW FIFTH STREET,
PHILADELPHIA PA. •
Juno 3021580 -
&ISAAC K . . STAUFFER
WATCHES and JEWELRY,:
No. IA Necitlt 2d Street, corner of @carry,
An oesortment of Watches, Jewelry, Sliver sad Plated
Ware constantly on hand,
Ati - Itopairing of Watchei a
ti.:Jowelry promptly at
tended to.: ' • - Aug:ll-ly
JOSEPH WALTON & CO.,
CABINET MAKERS -
Ica. 413 4ralnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Our establishment Is one of the oldest in Philadelphia;
and from long experience and superior Malinke, we aro
prepared to furnish good work atreasonanle prices.
We manufitcture.nno furniture, and Mee medium
priced furniture of stperlor quality. A large sleek of
furniture always on hand. Goode made to order. •
Counter., Desk Work and Office FurniOn co" far Basks,
emcee and Stores, made to order.
Jos. Wal,fint. J. W. LIIT/NOOTT. Jet L. &err.
9 1 COlc . RAD
Inventor and Manufactuferof . the
Celebrated Iron Frame Pianos,
Wareroonis t ,Rb.7.22,Arch'Street„Phila.
Ilan receired,th . o Pi izo 3:edal or tho Great
Exhibition, London', ingland. Tho hi6Leet p rlaes award
ed whiti Pud ',wlaeperer 'a , • •
• ' -,f tSTABLISIIED 023.1
Family Sewing Machineg,. :
ARE THE BEST.
Sold on the carleat Possible tormr. ,
PETERSON & CARPENTER,
914 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILAD'A
5-20'S AND 188 L'S
BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXOHANGBD
MOST' LIBERAL TEI3,MS•
Bought and Sold'at Market-Rates.
Pacific Railroad Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Stooks Bought and Sold on contarinion only.
DANVILLE as VINCENNES
First Kortme 7 P. C. GO 'Boilds
For Sale at 90 and accrued interest.
Accounts rsceired and Interest allowed on
daily balance; subject to chock at sight.
40 SOUTH. 3n STREET, '
Eight er C ent, Gold,
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
OP TILE ISSUE OA
ST. JOSEPH AND DENVER CITY
In denominations of $l,OOO and $5OO, coupon or register
ed, with interest at eight per cent per annum, pay able
15th February and August, In Gold froo • f United States
taxes ' in New York or Europe. The bonds - have thirty
years to MO, payable in New York : in !lipid.: Tvuatees,
Farmers' Loan end Trust Cdmpany of New Yolk. Tho
mortgage which secures these bonds Is at the rate of $13,-
00 per mile; covers a complete road for every bond is-,
seed, and is a &stand only mortgage: This flog con
necting St. Joseph x ith Fort Kearney, will mato a short
and through route to California.
The Company haio a Capital Stock of 416,000,000
And a grant of Land from Congrase,
of 1,500,00 pp Acres, valued at the
tossed estimate, nt
4lret Mortgage Bends,
Total length of the road,-t7l miles; distance included
in this mortgage, 111 miles ; price 97 1-2 'cavort interest
In currency. 'Con bo obtained from the undersigned.—
Also, pamphlets, maps anis information jointing thereto.
These bonds being so well secured, and yielding a Inge
Inca me, are desirable to parties seeking Safe' and lucre
tiveinsestments. We recommend them with entire con
W. P. CONVERSE St'CO.
NO. 54 PINE STREET, NEW YORE
NO. 49 WALI TEEM, NEW YORI
OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES
GILT. GOLD SHADES,
TAPE, CORD AND TASSALS
IT LIMN' ROOK ii-TORM
COUGH; ,SORE:THROFF; ETC •
inachciiae pr frecibiierit card,
DR. , spvimstif-c-
WHITX , PLILIVIQNIC BALSAM.
ItMires with u rapidity unequalled an'y ether remit ,
dy offered for throat and lung diseases. It is remimmendka
lid by over 2,600 persons iu,‘Yrliningtor r and hundreds it
Philadelphia, Baltimore and other, chive, azdt ;cortilyitita,
ties throughout the country., filq Poriningtot, eflnk.
mingtion, Illinois, writes ,flurtthers,i:s not (with a few eu
eeptions) d family in that city, wh p without it x.—
possible to proeureit., Bach IS Its popularity. vilisrever
It Ls, known,andilds 001011 city arises from the Illekthat,
ft universaly,piqrs nit who use it.., no !imp sb .
- 'COVOIIBtOIibS, SORE TIIROAT • ' '
BLOOD SPITTMG, LID4RSIiNEI3S, and vevors..ralluesi ,
wry Consumption, whore Um system iv not broken down e. 3
wick the wear of the dittetve; or,pretentivd Mod! al ne t it
ittexperlenced advice, that this Ituisaru , n ill not "Coro
carefully used according to ° directions.. We guarantee It
all we represent it be, and invite atrial frourrhe a/Inaba
° §o els.,,ruediuttl.tilae. and sl..fat large
also bottles. Prepared only by
‘• ,: ' • .•
No. 707 Market St.,'
Pldlodolpbia depot. Ju1.:A . 6;9, ISOloiyay COwdeo, 062 •
Baltinfore depot. 8. S. flolico,lof ISKltimoro Stmt.
Fol sale by 31vdoL it ie'lle ,s gouiralLy_. _ _
Juno 1-11870.1 y.
UNITED STATES •
Authorized WAR OWN AGENCY
U TI .34 'GB ON; PA
SOLDIERB' FIEIRp ATTENTION I.
The Oct of Congress npproved March 2, 1867, giros. to
Heirs of Soldier 4 who died prisoners SC war,
CQ3IIIUTATION FOR RATIONS, r
or the time the soldier wai'so - held a prisoner, -at the
rate of twenty-five cents per day, to bo paid in the follow
log order Ist. To the vredriw,fißirtiarrieil 2d: To the
children; 3d. To the parents, to both jointly if the,' are
living, if either Is dead, to the enrviNiOr Tolhe
thers and sisters.
The act of February 28. 1387, provides ,
for the refund
ing of the $3OO Commutation Ajoiii.y. where the same poi ,
too was 'again drafted, and was t ermited to enter the ser
vice or furnish a enbetitute. • ~ c - If
DISCHARGED, SOLDIERS.• •-•
Tho act of March 2, 1862, also malro4 provisions for the.
payment of the
$lOO ADDITIONAL BODNTY
to such eoLliare as have accidentally lort their die,;hir
• All pereoni having any claims under any Si the ahOve
mentioned Acts, or any other kind of claim againet the,
United States or State • Governments,. can ba4e them.
promptly collected, by addressing the undersigned. In•
formation and advice cheerfully given to soldier's or their
friends, free of chm ge.
R!11'. R 0013; •• "
Authorised Army and Inv!' Intr-Ctclim Agent, . 1 .
may 9,218137 lIuNTINGbot, Ituntingtichi co.', Pa.
11.714:71 1 3E1V GOD CloW
J. M. GREEN & F. O. BEAVER
Moving entered into pertnorshlp, Int mu the puhlte !hat
they ere peel ared to execate all style!. of •
Plain and ornamental Marble Work
Foch as: MONUMENTS. ILEADSTONES, OHO - Building'
Work, at a, low prices an nuy chap in the I ounty., ,
Orders from n distance promptly attendvi to.
Shop on MIFFLIN great, a few door, an,t' ef the Lu.
them, chuirch ' inch6.lB6'
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29 12 00 7 01 Mt. Union,— f 5.10 1:1 Oc.
36 ..... 12 OS Mapleton, ; -5 12 8 - 53,
42 ...,„ 12 10 717 Mill Creek,:.: ' ' '4 62 847
50 5 00.18 321 7 30.1Iuntingdon, 10 211 4 30 '8.34
12 112 01 9koreburg,... 1 4 13 8 - 12
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30 ;1' 10 '9 'olBkruc6Creas, "I 4 021 884
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07 1,53 Fostoria, - ,3 35 7.32
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20 7 27'
26 007 2 201 900 Altoona,. 005300 _7 10
P. M. - P.M. 3.31
The EAST LINE Eastward Telma Altoona at 10,85,,
A. M., and arrives at Huntingdon nt 1 45 A:M.' •
....CWINNATI EXPitr..,a 1,........... , •
MO CINCINNATI EXPIMS Eastward leaves Altoona a.. 41
6 45 P. 11E and arrivus at Huntingdun at '4 04 P M.
PACIFIC EXPRESS Eastward, leavea Altoona at 7 00,A,
E. antrpnesaa Unitlingdun at 806 A. St.' •
CINCINNATI EXPRESS Westward leaves Huntingdon_ ak
3 32 A nand arrival at Altoona 4 50 A 31'
The FAST LINE Weatward, puses t aG
7 08 P., AI. and arrives at Altoona at 8 12 P. 5t.,
JJUNTINGDON & BROAD ,9:Qp. !
On, and after Tinrsdnk, .11:1NR leth, - 1870, Pasiesol •
gar Trains trill an ha nud depart as follows: -
-UP TRAINS.' - DOWN TitAllca.
8 11 Long Sithng. ......
8 24 NlcConnellelOwn,
8 30 Merman t
S 43 3lnklosburg,
8 65 Coflue Run -
01 Rough& Rudy,
0 13 Core
627 916 Fiquire Situuuit
AR 648 - 030 I ,
LE Y 00
7 17 9 (7 Riddlosluirg.
7 24 9 24 llopowoll,
742 10 12 Piper's Run, '
8 03 10 31Tatesvilla
817 10 43 Bloody Rnn;.
Alt 8 25,4 r 10 201.1Iount Dallas,. ...... .
Ln 6 454.9 9 35-.
991 l• 950 Coalrnont '
7 05; 9 53 Crawford,
art 7 lel in 10 00 Dudley,
'Broad Top City;
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