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N. Y. Tribune.]
WHAT 1 KNOW OF FARMING.
BY LIORACE GREELEY
If there be any who still hold that
this country must ultimately rival
that magnificent Turnip culture which
has so largely transformed the agri
cultural industry of England and Scot.
land, while signally and beneficently
increasing its annual product, I judge
that titan will prove thejn ,mistaken.
The staftissz diversity ',or eliniale be
tweearthe'opposite, coasts of the A.
lantiCforfild the realization of• their
hopear The - British Isles, with a con
sidetilkWportion of the adjaCent coast
of CAtitiental Europe, have a climate
so modirted'by the Gulf Stream and
the that their Summers areusu
ally moist and - .cool, their Autumns
still 4146 so; and their,Winters=rarely
so cold to to freeze the eitrili,donsider
ably;.whileottr Summers and'Autamns
aro cerp - paratively hoc,autr . <irk; our
Wint;ers in'lpart intenseiy i.. cold, so as
to fr - ereze • the - earth solid-for: a•:., foot or
more. Hence every Vaietraturnip
is exposed hero in its tenderer stages'
to thcravageff of every "devouring in•
sect; while the let of December•often
finds'the soil of all but our Southern
and Pacific States so frozenAhat can
non-wheels would hardly track it, and
roots not_previously dug must .l :remain
fast in the earth for weeks and often
for months. Hence, the turnip can
never grow so luxuriantly, nor be
counted on with such certainty, here
as in Great Britain; nor can animals
be fed,on it in Winter, except at the
heavy,cost_of pulling or digging, cut
ting off the tops and carefully housing
in Autumn, and then slicing and feed
ing Out in the Winter. It:is Manifest
that turnips thus handled, however
economically, cannot compete with
hay and cornfoddor in Our", Eastern and
Middle states; nor with these and the
cheater-species of grain in the West,
as the:, daily •-Winter •• food of cat
Still; I hold that our stock-growing
fanners profitably may, and ultithate
ly Will, grow ''some turnips to be fed
out to their growing and working ani
mals. - A good meal of turnips given
twice a week, if not oftener, to thcF,o,
will agre,Jl4-ftwn• - • - . d—usefffirrbreak the
moricttnny of - living , exclusively on:
dry fiidder, and will give a 'relish to
their -hay or cut stalks and straw,
which 'cannot fail to tell -upon their
appetite, growth and thrift. Let our
cattle-breeders begin with growing an
acre ,or two - each of Swedes per an
num, i3cr as to give their stock a good
feed of them, aliced*thin in an effective
machine, et least once a week, and•
feel confident that they will continue
to grow turnips, and will grow more
and more of them through our future
The-boot seems to mo better adap
ted tc - 7. - olir. climate, especially south of
the ffirtieth degree of north latitude,
than any-variety of the Turnip with
which I am acquainted, and destined, I
in the,:good time coming, when we
shall•hlive at least doubled the wet..
ago depth of our soil, to very exten
sive cultivation among us. lam not
regarding either of these roots with
reference to its use as •burnan "food,
since our farmers generally under
stand that use at least as well as I do
nor Will I here consider at length .the
use of the beet in• the prodUction of
Sugars r I value that use highly, be
lieving that millions of the poorer
classes throughout Europe have been
enabled „enjoy Sugar through its•
rnanufabture from the beet who would
rarely of never- have tasted that lux.
ury in the absence of this manufae.
tun. Tho people of Europe thus made
familiar-with sugar can hardly be few
er thani:10000,000, and the number is
annuali Y ytinereasing.:' The cost of Su
gar to these is. codsidefebly . less in
moneyovhile frnnieasurably less in la
bor, than it would. or could have been
had theArdpical'oane been still regar
ded as the - only plant'available for the,
production of Sugar..
But tie West Indies, wherein the
cane flourishes luxuriantly, renews
itself perennially, lie 'at our doori.—
Thei)goli to ifs for most of their daily
bread, and "fei.-Man . y ;Other'. necessar
ies of life; while severao:-hot : all :tif .
them, tikelfilMifestly destined,
natural pieiressof events, to_-invCike
the pititifetkin dour flag. I do not,
therefore, feel confident that beet -su
gar now promises to become an im
portankstaplo destined to take a high
rank among the products , of our na
tionajfindastry. With cheap_labor, I
believe today it-might be manufactur
ed with'profit in the rich deep valleys
of California, and perhaps in those of
Utah and Colorado as well. On the
whole, however, I cannot deem the
prospect encouraging for the American
raini)ters of the manufacture of beet
But when we shall have deepened
essentially the soil_of our arablo acres,
fertilized it abundantly, and cured it
by faithful cultivation of its vicious
addiction to weed-growing, I believe
we shalt devote millions of thoso acres
to the growth of beets for cattlo food
and, having learned how to harvest as
well as till them mainly by machinery,
with little help from hand labor, we
shall produce them with eminent pro
fit and satisfaction to the grower. On
soil fully two feet deep, thoroughly
undordrained and amply fertilized, I
believe wo shall often produce one
thousand bushels of beet to the, acre;
and so much acceptable and valuable
food for cattle can hardly be obtained
from an acre in any other form.
So with regard to carrots. I have
never achieved eminent success in
growing these nor beets, mainly be
cause the soil on which I attempted
to grow them was not adapted to, or
rather not yet in condition, for such
culture. But, should I live a few years
longer, until my reclaimed swamp
Shall have becoe - thoreifigid . y . sweet
ened -and civilized, I Moan to grow on
some partthere I,ooo . ,busliels 'of ear=
- rotkpor acre, and a - still larger prol,
duet of beets; and- the carrot in my
judgment, ought now to - be eitensive
ly grown in the South and .. West, as
well as in this sectioni. for feedinghor
sos. I hold that 00 btishels,Of carrots'
and 50 Of oats; fed in altorriatO , meals,
are of at' least equal value . as horse
feed with:loo bushels of oats alone;
while'moro easily grown in. this di :
mate., The oat:ct:opisialieti heavy
Mors tiro not cot:Tittle - I foiteAriff, or
I perfeOtion::-. l Biecie - WO - Mn - St iroW oats
W6 ,- must be
~aontent, to import
now seed every ten — Or fifteen
years frorii Scotland, Norway, and oth
er countries which have cooler, mois
ter summers than our own; for the
oat will inevitable 'degenerate under
each suns 'as blitzed through the latter
half of our recent June. Believing
that the carrot may profitably replace
at least half the oats now grown in
this,conntry, I look: forward with,con
fidence to its more and more exten
\\HEELER & \\ISM'S
aata 81111 U
Received the only GOLD MEDAL at the
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1867.
They aro adapted to all kinds of Family Sowing. and
to the use of Seamstresses, Dressmakers, Tailors, Manu
facturers of Shirts, Collars, Skirts, Cloaks, Mantillas,
Clothing, Slate, Caps, Corsets, Linen Goods, Umbrellas,
Parasols, etc. They work equally well upon silk, linen,
woolen and cotton goods, with silk, cotton or linen
thread. They will seam, quilt, gather, horn, fell, cord,
braid, bind, and perform every species Meowing, making
a beautiful and perfect stitch, alike on both sides of the
The qualities which recommend them are:
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.
3. Economy of Thread.
4. Attachments and - wide range or application to pimp°
see and materials.
5. Compactness and elegance of model and finish.
S. Simplicity and thoroughness of construction.
7. Spud, eaer of operation and management, and quiet
ness of movement.
.Thetructicns free to all. Machines kept in repair ono
pear free of charge.
11. B. LEWIS, Agent,
EaltM ,40R II
YOU can gave from 10 to 30 por ct.
by buying your Instrumento from
STEINWAY & SONS, -
CHICKERING & SONS,
THE WEBER, •
RAVEN & BACON'S, •
THE UNION PIANOFORTE CO'S
• • . • GEORGE M. GUILD & CO'S.
• CONRAD MEYERS,
AND ALt'OTHEit MAKES OF
MASON & HAMLIN'S, and r '
GEO. WOODS & CO'S celebiated
2, • ORGANS,
or any other mako . desired. AIso,:ISIELODBONS, OU.
TARS, VIOLINS, German Accordeons, Sheet Musk, lam
sic Boole, &c. •
- Now and good Pianoi for $3OO and upwards.
• New.o Octavo Organs for $OO "
New Melodeons for *7O
s.„All Instruments ERrraufal for fire Pears.
Agents tupplild at wholesaio paces, the Ulna as in tho
city. • •
Cull On or address . E. J. GREENII, - C
ap12,70 2d floor Ulster's New Building.
BELF , BASTINq
. :SEWING ALA.CiLINES.
A Patent Self Baster has been attached to the celobra
ted DROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINES
The above machines will make either the chain or
Lock Stitch, (stitch alike on both surfaces). Call and
gee them work. For further information write to or ca
Lelater's Building, up stairs
i wrc" . " - -- COUNTRY DEALERS can
: boy CLOTHING from mo In Huntingdon at
WHOLESALE as cheap as they can in the
as I have a wholesale atom, in, Philadelphia,
_LIf By tbo box, pack, or lona gnantity, for sale at
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIOREISY STORE.
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 best Silver and Golden Drips,
genuine Lovering and other Syrups.
New Orleans and other Baking Mo
A. variety of kinds of best always on
Reeked and Grcen , eli 'as 'the
cheapest for the same quality.
Hams, Shoulders, Sides, Dried Beef
at living prices.
Tho best N. Y. State Goshon and
The best stick and other candies
wholesale and retail.
The best Flour by tho barrel, sack
or pound. Cheaper for the same qual
ity than elsewhere. .
By the hundred or smaller quantity
4000 1, 2,8, 4,5, and 6 gallon crocks
jars, jugs, and churns, selling cheap
GLASS & QUEENSWARE.
A large stock of Ironstone and Com
mon ware, in setts or by the piece.
Glassware, Earthenware, Fruit Jars
etc , at Red Front, cheap.
Wood and Willow-Ware.
A largo assortment 'of Baskets,
Buckets, Churns, Tubs, etc., etc., at
Dried Poaches and Apples, Raisins
Prunes, Currants, Eldorberries,—Can
ned 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 bait 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.
GREENE & ERO.,
For what you want first call at En
terprise Headquarters where prices
will be kept regularly low.
NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED.
WHOSE SUEPERINOS HAVE BEEN PROTRACTED
ERO3I HIDDEN CAUSES, AND WHOSE
If you nre suffering, or have!, suffered; from involun
tary discharges, what effect does it produco upon your'
general health.? Do you feel weak, debilitated, easily
tired? Does A little extra exertion produce jgdpatation
of tho hearth Doos your Dyer, or uriuo organs, or your
kidneys, get out of Artier t Is your urine sohietimes
thick, milky or Llocky ,or Is it ropy on settling? Or
does a thick sham rise to the top 7 Or to a sediment
at the bottom after it hae !Wood awhile? Do - sou hero
spetts'of short breathing or dyspepsia/ Are your bow
els constipated? Do you have spells of fainting, or
rushes of blood to the head Is your memory impaired?
Is your mind contently dweillud on this subject? Do
you feel dull, listless,moping, tired of company, of tiro/
Do you wish to bo left alone, to get away frOm every
body? Does any little thing maks you start or Jump
Is your sleep broken or ref ties's ? Is the lustre of your
cyo as bright? Do you enjOy yourself in society as well?
Do you pursue your business with the same energy Du
yOu fool ne much confidence In yourself? Are your spit.-
its dull and flagging, given to fits of melancholy? If so,
do not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia. Hare you rest
lees nights ? Your back weak, your knees weak, , and
have brit little appetite, and you attribute this to dys
pepsia or liver complaint ?
Now, reader, selfabuse, venereal diseases badly cured,
and sexual excesses, aro all capable of prodming a
weakness of the ganorativo organs. The organs of gen
eration, when in perfect health, make the man. Did
you ever think that those bold, defiant, energetic, perse
vering, successful business mon aro always those whose
organs are in perfect health? You never hear such men
complain of being tnelancholy,of nervousness, of palpita
tion of the heart. They aro never afraid they cannot
succeed in business; they don't become sad and discour.
nged they arc always polite and pleasant in company of
ladles, and look you and them right in tho face—nono
of your downcast looks or any other 010(11111CbS about
them. I do' not mean those oho keep the organs
ted by running to excess. These will not only ruin
their cons titution, but those they do business with or
How many men, from badly cured diseases, from the
effects of self aims° and excesses, have brought about
that state of weakness in those organs that has reduced
the general a.) stem so much no to induce almost every
other disease—idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinal affections,
suicide, and almost every form of disease humanity is
heir to—and the rent cause of the trouble scarcely ever
suspected, and have doctoral for all but tho right ono.
DISEASES OF I lIESE ORO ASS REQUIRE THE USE
le the Great Diuretic, nod ten certain cure for diseases
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROP
SY, ORGANIC WEAKNESS, FE-
ALE; COAI PLAINTS,GEN-
Aid all diseasee of the Urinney Organ's, whether exlstlig
in Male or Female, from it Indever7causo originating, and
no mat ter of bow long standing
It no treatment I, submitted to, Consumption or In
unity may ensue. Our nosh 'arid blood era auppo.rted
from these minima, aml the health and happiness, and
that or Posterity, depends upon prompt use of a reliable
lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT LITICIIII, eetabliabed tip
w and of 19 years, prepared b
H. T. HELMBOLD,
591 Broadway, New York, and
104 South 10th St., Philadelphia, Pa
PRICE—SI.2S per bottle, or 6 bottleo for $6.50, dolly
erod to any address
Sold by all Druggists Everywhere
None are genuine unless done up in steel
engraved wrapper, with fac-similie of my
CHEAUCAL WAREHO USE,
H. T. HELMBOLD.
Foreign and Domestic
The attention of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,:
and buyers generally, is invited to the fact that we are
now offering a BETTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can bo found elsewhere in this part of the State, at
prices to suit the times. Our stock comprises all articles
in this line of business, embracing a_general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE 'n ml WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS; Ac„ Ac., together with a large stock of
Iron, Steel, Nails,' Spikei,' .Railrdad'and
, • .„
Mining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope,,
Chains, Grindstones, Circular,
Mill and. Cross. Cat rog, '
• and ,Plain Hol- : ;„„ ;.
Coal Oil Lamps mid Lanterns„ •
Oil and Powder Cans.
An exeellen't assortment of
Flea e, (01..ttlear3r,
Comprising " •
KNIVES, FORKS,:DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, NIS—, ..,
•• •F ORS, RAZORS, &O. • : • •.
BRITTANIA & SILVER PLATED WAtiEl
,Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns,
CIONWEANTLItON lIAND AND FOR SALE
AT .MANUFA CI'U.RERS' PRICES.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will find a general assortment of material for their use
confiding in part of
Carriage Trimmings, Hubs, Spokes,
Rims, Axles, Springs, Nuts, Bolts,
Washers, Malleable Irons, Pa
tent and enamelled.Leather,
Whips, Tongues, Soc
kets,' Shafts, &c.
Can be supplied with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS,
HORSE ANJ IVIIILHSHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron & Steel
Will finthin our establishment a suporior stock of
SASH-CORDS, &C., &C.
MINING AND MINERS' GOODS.
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, FUSE,
uOAL PICKS AND SHOVELS.
3F i currtao3rs
Can be accommodated with everything in their line front
a Grain Separator ton Whetstone.
Aro especially invited to call and examine our kink of
and compare our prices with others.
Comprising the famous Russell
Reaper, Mower, and Dropper, combined,
Rundell's First Premium HORSE PITCIIFCRB,'
Hay Forks,, „
Trace Una flitter Cliolne,
Cow Ties, •
Cards, &c,, &c., 40.
Among tho specialties of oar House, wo desire to call
attention to the colebrated
The ;Admit° right to sell which is rested In us. Send fez
acireular cud got full particulate of same, and satisfy
yourself of its superior qualities.
&aloe of all alma and descriptions, including . •
Tea and CountSi^ Scales, .
Platform Scales, . .
Grocers' and Liuggists' Scales,
Rolling Mill, 'Wheelbarrow, Pork, :Port
able, Hopper, Miners and ,Trats.,
portation, Hay, Cattle and
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS'
The largest and best. assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY,
Ever offered to this place
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES.
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS. AND BRADS, '
By the keg. Very low!
Bed Norway nail, rod, bar an hoop Iron.
STEEL, — of sizes and descriptions
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
tord, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
By tho barrel or gallon, at very low llgnres
/M. A call is respectfully solicited, feoling confi.
dent thnt our goods and prices mill not fail to
Huntingdon, May 7,1 S G 7
if. C. ROHM. GEO. W. ELLIS.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
China, Glass & Queensware,
' 433 MARKET ST., NORTH SIDE,
BELOW FIFTH STREET, •
ISAAC K. R STAUFFE
WATCHES and JEWELRY,
No. us North 2d Street, corner of Quarry,
An assortment of Watches, Jevielry, Silver and Pike('
Ware constantly on band.
-06F-Itepairing of Watches and Jewelry promptly at
tended to. • ,
: F UR ;'4l TURE. •• " "
JOSEPH WALTON & CO
CABINET 31AICERS - r
No. 413,:liraintit Street, ,
Our establishment is ono of the oldest in Philadelphia,
and from long experience and superior facilities we are
prepared 'to furnish good work ntreasonnbio prices..
We manufacture flea furniture, and ales medium
priced furniture of erporlor quality. :A:largo stock of
furniture always on hand. Goods made to order.
Countera, Desk Work and MO - Furnituro Ga Danko,
Oakes and Stores, mode to order.
JO. IVALIoN. J. W. LIPPINCoTT. SCOTT.'
Inventor and Manufacturer of the
~,,; P i anos;
Celebrated - Iroa Frame,
Warerooms, - Aro. Arch Street, Phzia,
-Thixretelved the .Prizo,llleilnl of.,the Great
Exhibition, London England .
, Tho higlinq prizes award
ed whop on'il wherever °Alibi - tell. ,
Juno 14, 18704 mos:
Family Sewing, MAclaineg,''''
ARE, TILE BEST.,, •
Bold on tlui easiest possible taw!: '
PETERSON & CARPENTER,
GENERAL AGENTS, • ,
914 CHESTNUT STREET, PIIILAD'A
5-20'S AND— 1881- i -S
BOUGHT, SOLD AND EXOHANOED •
MOST LII3ERAX, :,TERMS.
Bought and Sold at Market Rates.
COUPONS CASHED:' •
Pacific,i Railroad. , Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.- • •
mocks Bought and Sold'on commission only.
, 01110 -L 6 l-GO
D AIVOLLE & I'INCENNES
First Maple C.. Gold Buds
For Sale at 90 and accrued interest.
Accounts received and Interest allowed on
daily balances, subject to check at sight.
40 SOUTH 3n STREET, -
m 1,2 4 3; ; ; ' .• •
P UMPS! PUIP'S!! , PU3ll'B I
Cucumber Wood Pumps !
The Best and Cheapest Pumps made!
Durable, Reliable, Accurate and Petted, and giro no
- fade to the water.
They ore adapted
depth of well op to
WATER very entity
one can pot then, up
poir,. and %Oen put
rest ions," they never
' • •
CUCUMBER WOOD PTIM.Pa.
Every Pump sold by ma or my authorized agents,
'CIIARTAES 0. BLATOITLEY,
Mannikin rer; •
rab3oom 024 and GM Filbert St., Philadelphia, P
COUGHS, SORE THROAT, ETC
'No medicine or treatment can excel
the powerful curative power of
WHITE ,PULMONIC BALSAM.
St cures with *rapidity unequalled by any other reme
dy offeted for throat and long Maces.. It le recommend
ed by over 2,000 persons In Wilmington; and hundreds in
Philadelphia, Baltimore and other cities and communi
ties throughout the country. Mr. Pennington, cf Wil
mington, Illinois, writes that there is not (with n few ex.-
ceptions) a family In that city who will be, without it if
,possiblu to procure it. Such is Its popularity wherever
' it is known—and this tumid rity arises front the fact that
It universally cures all who use it. There Is no caw of
COEGIIS,COLDS, SORE THROAT, -
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, CPOUP,
BLOOD SPITTING, lIOARSE:NESS, and even Pulmon
ary Consumption, where the system is not broken clown
with the wear of the disease, or pretended medi clue, or
inexperienct d advice, that this Balsam as HI not cure if
carefully used according to directions. We guarantee It
all we represent it be, and invite a trial front the afflicted
everywhere. Pyre() 50 cue.,
InV(11i1111 sire, aini $1 far large
sine bottles. Prepared only by
J. H. SIMMS, M. D ,
Practical Organic Chemist,
No. 707Mtn-kat St.;
- WILMINGTON, DEL.
Phllll,l4:dila depot. Johnston, Holloway & Cowden, 602
liolole depot, S. S. trance, 108 Ballltnoro Street.
For • snle by Medicine Dealers generally:
Juno 14 1870. Iy.
OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES
GILT GOLD SHADES,
' TAPE, CORD 4ND TASSA t i t §
LEWIS' BOOK srov.,
psunE,Y : ou.R PROPERTY
INCORPORATED APRIL 7, 1870
OFFICE at HUN TIiWD 0R PEIV:A7 A
BUILDINGS, • • , ••• • ,
and OTHER PROPERTY
LOSS OR DAMthE BY"FiR.E,
On as reasonable terms as nn)• calor rosponsible company
.7.11. SINDER, -: .7011 N S. 3IILT.F:g. ISA AO 'IV ruanr tt
S. C. McCULLOCII, D. D. MILLIKEI. WA. KFINNED
Presideut, WM.—KENNEDY ; Secretary,
J. MI MILLER ; Treasurer, J.. E.
Vide Presidezzt, S. T. '.6loCiThLocrt.
Agent for Ilwitingdon, co., B AEXNEDY:t
Authorized WAR CLAIM AGENCY,,,
SOLDIERS' HEIEt6 ATTENTION. [,,,
The net of Congress approved March 2,1867, .810 ea: to
Heirs of Soldiers who died'prisoners of war; - •••
CO3IIIUTATIO2I FOR RATIONS, ~ , •
or the time the soldier si'as'io.:held'alwisoner; at 'the
rate of twenty-five cents per day., .0. bo,paid in the follow
ing order: lot. To the widow, If Unmarried ;'2d. To the
children : 3d. To the parents. to both jointly if, they are
living. ironer is dead, - ,to.the survivor; 41151 To then tiro
tilers and sisters.
The net of FebrudrY 28.1 67, iirovides fort r fit d
ing olthe $3OO Commutation Money, where thpramin per
eon was in,:ain drafted. and' was ktigultedlor'ntlit-tiin'slor.
vico or tarnish a substitute.
DlSClTAitottr SOLiaßEStil 1.1
Tho nct of 3lnr9h 3,1867, a!setnakes , prevlsipos fur the
payment of the " "
4100 ADDITIONAL BOUNTY, ;
to such soldiers as huvu accidentally lost their disohar
gas „ - a. o.=
All persons having any cloimuunder any, of the above.
mentioned Acts, or any other kind of &tali' against the
United States or State, Governments, can have them
promptly collected, by'addressing the uudersighed, ;
formation and advice cheerfully given to soldiers or theta
friends, free of dodge... t ' • • .-; • : ;
W. H. 1 1 700D.5, -
AnthorAut Army and, Mary Har•Cfaito Agent,
may9,2lBo7'' ' Ilmyrinnuon, Huntingdon eO.,
AIARBLE . ' I7XtD,,'
J. M. GREEN.,& F.O.- BEAVER
roving entered into ,partnereddp, Int arm the public ihnt
they are prove, ed to execdte all sty Ici of
Plain and Ornamental Marble Work
Such ns 310Y031ENTS... HEADSTONES. also Building
Work. at a, low wires nsilny sl.np in 1110 inuntj
Orders front a distance ptottintly rtend.l to. '
Shop on 311FNLIH street. a few doors slot or the In.
Memo church ' ' inch6,lBl3
p ENNSYL V ANI A. ItP,IL3 ROAD.
TINTE OP LNAVINQ OP -2 . 11A7N2
SUMMER - ARRAYGEMEAT.
WESTWARD. - ,- . •karmizeD
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: ~,,,1 '. : A k 1 E. 7 ~., a. ~.
- -w,.- 1 , . 2 ; . .. 1, 5 STATIONS. ';ei •' ' frig
,P, m g. 4 I. -F', .i
)1: A.M...., M.: rd. N._ .'t" P.M. , 'P:l4.l' A. M
211 111 63 Naramllton, 5170 12
29 ' •' 12 00 701 Mt." Utilonj... •• s'lo 904
36, ..... 12 08 iBoploton, 5 92 8 SG
421 •121017 17 Mill Cr00k,..% ' ' 462 8 '47
56 5 000.252 7 30 11untingdon, 10 21: 4 30 B_ls
12 '• • 112'53 ''• ...... Petorsburg,... 1 4 18 8 lli
22 1 03 Barre°, 1 4 09 8 10
•80 ' • I 10' B•ollSprixoCreek, ...... 4 021 204
43 1 26 . Birmingham, 3 491 7 53
52 •.1 34 920 Tyrone,' ' 936 3'41 :7 1 40
01 145 Tlpton, ' 330 7,37
07 153 . ''
Poatoria '" i , 3 2 , 6 1.32
11 2 00 8 42 Bell'a 51111.,.. 320 7 27
IC 607'2 21 '9.oolAltoona,. 905200 '7 10
P.M. P.M. 4.H
for tisterna or any
45 feet. and THROW
and rapidly. Any
and keep thorn In
op according to "Di.
fail to giro PERFECT
The -FAST LINE Eastward leaves, Altoona at ,I 2 36
and arrives at Huntingdon at 1 45 A. 11 .- -
The CINCLYNATI EXPRESS Eastward leaves Altoona 'at
6'45 P.M.' and arrives nt Huntingdon at 784 P 81.
,PACIFIC Emus .Enstward. leaves Altoona,at 7,00
F.' and passes Huntingdon'at 800 A: IC •
CINCINNATI EXPRESS Westward leaves Huntingdon , sit
3 32 A Easel 'arrives at Altoona 4'50 A at
The FAST LINE Westward, passes , Huntingdon et
7 00 P., 11. and arrives at Altoona at 8 12 P. 51.
lIIJNTINgDON & BROAp o.l' ,
. • „ SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ,
On and after Tlintsday, JUNE 16th, 1810, Damen,
ier Trains will arrive and depart as follows: -. •
lIP TRAINS. „ , • DOWN TRAMS,
EXPEDIS.I I MAIL
.. STATIONS. I
I EXPRZESI NAIL,. • •
P.M. A. I.A. 31. PM.
.1.31 6 1011,6 0511Inntlinden,. ' 1131 8 201 .th 4 06
5 16 11 Long Siding 8 11
.., 529•. . 24 McConnolletown„... 753 . 331
• 635 30 Pleasant Grove y4d 2 20.
, 5 44 43 31arklesburg , 733 '3 16
602 55 Coffeo Run' 720. 2 67
•'6 OS 01 Rough& Ready, ' 714 ' ..'.511 ,
6 23 13 Cove, 7 02 41 56.•
6 271 16 Fishers Summit . 956 2 34s
An 6 431
0 8 40
LE 7, 02 3O Saxton, ................. T
An C — 2 - 2 la
-7 li t 047 Rithilesburg. ...... „, ~0 26 201
7 241 ,•9 54 Hopewell, ......... :,,: 1. - .6 59 1 541
742 10 12 Piper's Run, ' 542 . 1 36,
10 311Tatesville, '
'5 2 - 2 ' 1 17
-8 17 10 43 Bloody Run,. 610 1 05.
AR ii 25 Ar 10 501510unt'llallas, ' LE , 605 481. 00.
SHOUT'S RUN DItANOU , •
LE 6 45LE 0 - 35ISaxten, AP. 6,
-1 431A3 2 16.
7 091 950 Coalmont 1 6 151 2 sal.
, 7 04, , 9,55 Crawlerd, , •8 10', •.1 55,
An ' 7 '15105 12 05 Dndley, - ' i ts - 0 0011 e ' 1 45.
~ „ , ; • 111romITop 91ty, , ; •
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.Huntingdon Spey', '7O. .7qux 3PKILLIPS:Snpt:
FOR Cll JOB
CALL AT'I`III. OPRICE:2,
,DIREOTORS:'" , '
OF IC .RS