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The 1111-‘i Journal
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The b.tipi, , t mr, “It
Art: th , .1 t• .
Preserving E rums
Tlie time is Fo vs ILe
Fa ni 10 r , when bousew ivt:s become anxi.te.
ab-At laying in a stwk or ("mit in an tpi
perishable e_nidititnl. This is a pan 4,1
the business or the tarn that all parties
are interestel in, an.l a few words here,
by the way of advice awl stigg,esti,m, will
not be out of place.
Technically, "bottling" and "canning"
are different. Putting the fruit in glass
jars or bottles, with either corks or lids,
and fastening than down by atmospheric
pressure or otherwise is e tiled
while putting the Fruit in tin caul is Call
ternis are oft e ,nrundol
or used interelum:,:elbly. Bottling is the
more common proccss in domestic opera
tion, and for home use - is. more simple, and
on the whole, less expensive, as the lot•
ties or jars may ho used for several years,
and when put up with care the fruits is
quite as good as when put into tin cans.
The first requisite in bottling is to
have a good variety to retain flavor.
Strawberries came so early that they are
difficult to keep with porf,!et flavor, yet
put up with care, air tight., they can be
kept. The bottles should be buried in
the cool earth, either in a box or simply in
the ground, kept from the light and as
cool as posrible. In this way they retz:in
their flavor niely and make a deiightful
chang3 on the tab!c later in the year.
Cherries, raspberries, whortleberries, and
blackberries come on the order named, and
should be lr►t up a;,(1 treated with oqua l
l'eaelics should not boe)tne s4l be fur
putting up. ILde's early retains its flavor
as well as any variety, thouzil its doming
so early makes it 'woe difficult to keep,
but ir buried in th 3 earth, hjoye de
scribed, there is intwli lc dan:/cr. The
yellow varieties, thouMli delicate
flavor po:.seSs Wore of the peculiar peach
flavor (hydrocyanic acii), and are gcneral
ly preferred as bent retaining the priel,
taste. The white varieties shoall all be
put up when quite bard. The stone in
creases the peach flavor, and hence many
prefer to put them up whole. Those who
talk of saving the labor of paring by tak •
ing off the skin in very strong hot lye or
caustic soda, do not know how much of
the richness of the fruit is destroyed.
Pare them by all means,unlcss for pickling,
when the fuzz may be rubbed off with a
flannel cloth or crash towel.
For domestic use, all the sugar needed
to flavor should be made into sy. - rup and
put into bottles or cans when the fruit is
put up. Cook the fruit in a porcelain
lined vessel or brass kettle ; cook until
heated thoroughly through, so as to expel
the air; put hot into the jars; fill up with
the prepared syrup, boiling hot, and put
in corks or put ou covers when as hot as
possible. A quarter of a pound of sugar
to a pound of prepared fruit is about right.
If corks are used cover them right a way
with a preparation of rosin and tallow, to
prevent the Iw-sage of air through th.cui.
Well fitting corks are used for two-inch
mouth bottles. The melted rosin and
tallow should be ready and conveni►:nt,
'and the corks or tops of jars dipped into
it while hot. As 'good fruit as we ever
ate was kept in this way. Glass jars with
covers easily adjusted will keep fruit very
nicely, if put on with care.
Peaches, pears and plums, als.o Lowa
toes, and cucumbers, may be kept perfect.
ly by packing thou in file salt, in stone
jars, allowing them to wake their own
brine. They mint be kept covered with
salt until the brine ►node by the salt and
extracted juice covers thew ; then kept
under this brine till wanted fur use, when
they mast be soaked in several waters
until fresh enough to put into vinegar.
We have eaten fruit kept thus fbr two
years. It wakes a change grateful to some
appetites, especially to lovers of pickles.
Of the cowmen height, fore wheels 3
feet 8 inches, hind ones 4 feet 4 inches.
are too high and heavy for small farm
teams, weighin; less th:zn 1;200 pounds
apiece. Whatever way he the correct
theory on the leverage of kng spokes on
solid, level ground, we care not, as our
only trouble in hauling farm stuff on the
hard roads has been in the uphill and the
down. We find fore wheels 3 feet 2
inches, hind wheels 3 feet 8 inches high.
much easier to work with fur man am
beast. It gives a low teatu a lifting hitch
on. the wagon up hill and a lighting one
down hill. A brake fur it is unnefts.iary.
As they g.) over the sralLs their weigh;
is la) pounds less. Climbing over the
hills, every extra viund against the owner.
If a load is stalled on the road we always
lower the hitch to lift the load. and draw
down ou the team to increase their ;Ore
foothold, and move on without more de
lay. The usual size wagon may be just
right IT large lift-res and tall non but
farmers' boys and teams generally- are
neither large Lot- heavy. The pit chit on
in the field determines the ant - twit of the
day's work. _X low tvag•in is easiar to
load, therelbre quicker loaded, with
shorter fork handle than common. The
hay and grain rack with eight. inch side
pieces may be made level by putting a
low guard over the hind wheels. This,
too,ihelps the man on the ground and will
go to the field and bring a given number
of shocks as hay or grain quicker than a
high built wagon or rack can, thus mak
ing make hay while the sun shines. It is
lighter on muddy roads; if the team sinks
the downward draft is less on the low
wheels. If they fill up with dirt they
bold less than larger ones. They are not
good to back heavy loads—the wheels
hug the ground. "You can't make a
ham pay with too many legs under the
THE average butter yield of the Ayr
thire Cow is one pound from twenty to
twenty•five pounds of milk ; from the Jer
sey it is one pound of butter from eighteen
pounds of milk.
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CARCAIig3 EN EVER , ( DEPARTMENT
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Lit:47li: of po,a:ht vs, %%ill (:,.• ;
0104 0 , the tontityg Autui 1111 l h.: ve scer7rtli
:t!. 12:4 t!! 4ft . t.t11.14..1
be th.rolvit. into olio Great. Cautis
EIARCAENG IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
Vefore making, the needed alterations lu this;
enlargement, we will sell a large portion of
,or present stork by king . such reductions
iit front time to time its will mai, it the
as trrt,it of every buyer to personally ?WC the
inducements we are olfering, or write us for
what you y want,--Our Mail Department
looniptly and carefully attending to all tont-
Inunications uddresscd to us.
BARCAIIIS Hi EVERY DEPARTMENT
Many Spzelal Bargains will be shown in every
ilepartment, in addition to the full regular
mock always shown by our house. We have,
and Colored Silks, Satins in Blacks anti
Colors, Velvets, Brocades, and many elegant
materials now so muck used In combining and
BARCAMIS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
la Dress Goods are the Plain end Figured
Materials made by the French and English,
also all the desirable American fabrics, the
prices of which run from Ge. to 81.25, most
of which have been marked away down. In
Silks, too, we lu ve some rare bargains.
BARCAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
Linens, Cottow, and General House-
Furnishing Dry Goods, Including Table Linens,
Towels, Sheet:Jigs, guilts, Shillings, etc., the
assortment Is very full and complete.
CARCtrAe-:S I§l EVERY DEPARTIVIENT
(:loves, lie' [cry, anti Small 'Wares ri`CCUce their
of attention, the stock. being one of
the zu:ct active in our stores. Ready-Natio
I"itticrlvear is a Specialty, and is growing eon
slantly. The second floors are devoted to the
sale of I'Vrapix•rs, Dusters, Jackets, Wraps,
etc., for ladies, Also Girls' and. Infants' Clothing,
Rays' Clothing, etc.
CARCAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
COark t , v 4. C
one EIMT.ii :and WIAMECrT Street:4 l
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Ever Re!iable VICTOR.
-VICTOR SIZWINC MACHINE. CO MPANY, -
Western Branch ()ace, 235 STATE Sr., CUICACTQ, ice. FiIDDL ET OWN, CONN.
S. S. SMITH & SON, Agents, HUNTINGDON , a
March I_, ]330-6 nos.
AID ONLY GENUINE
„its ‘...1; t•i for vastly superior work In all *Frac 01
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- I, • '':; known as the o n ly successful Thresher
• ,••Yer. and all other Seeds.
.A.TONIIIIINGLY urn .111 LE and • •.:ta one half the usual gears and belt,
roirrA • I o itti special features of Power,
Durattility, Safe , Ecullitmv, reality entirely unknown in . Sttutu•rower 1/utli4 and Steam-Power
Separator's a }',cur ,i to, of scparatto-, front It to 12 ors , •• I.lv e., ; u!•,.. 2 r•ty6 a IlLiprov.i Mounted Ilurse•Powers.
82 Years of Prooperown sand Contistut..lllunlurpm I.c the: loot, oitnuat change of name, location, or lauutui,tes
blew, furuishrs a strut; guarantee fur .pv6, g 0 0 ,14 a. 114 huuut.tWc d , ll l . l hg•
tnachinee to the wall; hen, arieus ar• c..W
to hula palm ult . nth ri• and mongrel iuiltatious . uf
car 1 alimus
BE NOT DECEIVED
bICHOLS. SHEPA...II) & CO., Bathe Creek, Mich
March I a, 1,30-2::t.
PERFECTLY SAFE IN THE MOST INEXPERIENCED HANDS!
For Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cramps, Cholera,
AND ALL THOSE NUMEROUS TROUBLES OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS
SO PREVALENT AT THIS SEASON,
Yo Remedy known to the Medical Profession has been in use so lung and with such uniformly
I.,iti•factory results as
Tt has Leen used r Ith snit h ronlerfu I success in all parts of the world in the treatment of these
difficulties, that it to 5e considered
AN UNFAILING' CURE FOR ALL surf CONIPLAINTf.:
and such it really is when taken in time and according to the very plain directions incloing
In such diseases. the attack is usually sudden and frequently very acute; but with a
safe remedy at hand for immediate use, there is seldom danger of the fatal result
which so often follows a few days' neglect.
The inclination to wait and see if the morrow does r.et bring a better feeling„ not infrequently
occasions a vast amount of needles suffering, and sometimes costs a life. A timely dose of
Pain Killer will almost invariably save both, and wills them the attendant doctor's fee.
It has stood the test of forty years' constant use in all countries and climat es , and
Is perfectly safe iu any person's bands.
It is recommended by Physieians, Nnrres in nosnitals, and persons of all classes an
professions who have had opportunity for observing thewondcrful results which have always
lolloWed its use.
THE BEST EVIDENCE:
I hive len.? Irma the medicine known as PERRY Messrs. PERRY DAVIS t SON:
DAV 11 - i'VEUETABLE PAIN KILLER in my i.imity 1 know you need no testimonial to convince yen
and would not on any aecouut he without it. When that your medicine is all that you claim for it, hut I
Cholera was last epidemic here, I used no inedicir, c::anot restrain the impulse to communicate te you
of any sort but the Pain Killer,. and although myself the fact that in my family it has truly done wouil,s.
and several members of my tinnily were attacked I adroMister it to my children (ono eighteen mouths,
severely, lam happy to say that the 'Pain Killer WWI and the other three years old) with perfect success.
equal to every ewe - mewl% I consider I should not It regulates their bowels, and stops all di:milli - ea.
be doing my duty to the community did I not say Bissell' and wife resort to it in all caws, both for
this much. If I were attseked by the eholem internal and external use. I've used it in my family
til4i3V. Pain Killer would be the only remedy I for the years. and trill slut lie without it. Feelia_r
should use. I have thoroughly tasted it, and know myself under much obligat ion to you, in many times
it, can be relied on. being relcvel from pain, I ant very truly yours,
F. E. BERGINSEND, Galena, Illinois. L. F. BIOURE, Baugah', Dutch.. Co.,`New York.
No family can ath,ril to be without it, and its price brings it within the reach of all.
The use of one bottle will go further to convince you of its merits than columns of news
paper advertising. Try it, and you will never do without it.
Price gke, 30c. and Sl.OO per bottle. You can ob—sin it at any dru ms store or front
PERRY DAVIS & SON, Proprietors, Providonce, R. t•
COME TO T lIE JOURNAL OFFICI.
If you we sale
If you want bill heads,
If you want letter hert.
If you want visiting ear.i?,
If you want business cards.,
If you want blanks of any kind,
If yeu want envelopesneatly printed, BRICK YARD AT COTTAGE
If you want anything printed in a workman
ike manner, and at very reasonable rates, leave . GROVE,
yourorders at the above named office.
- - -- v. here T will keep constantly on hand a full assort-
CHILDREN TO INDENTURE. went of
A number of children aro in the Alms House
who will be Indentured to suitable parties upon BUILDING AND PAVING BRICK,
application to the Directors. There are boys and
of the best quality, which I will cell at the lowest
girls from two to eleven years of :pre. Cail I,pon ; cash priePs. JESSE SUMMERS.
or address, The Directors of the l't:ur of Hunting
don county, at Shirleysburg. foet4,'7S-tf MaY7-IYr•
COLORED PRINTING DONE AT j vOR ALL KINDS OF PRINTING, GO TO
the Journal Office at Philadelphiaprioes. IA: IHE JOUR; AL OFFICE.
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1:z:4 Machines Evry Time,
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and Traction Engines.
TUE %TA:WARD of excelleuce throughout the Graf.
M T i .ESSI for Grain-Saving, Time-Saying, Perfect
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INt it li I ‘i: UtLE in ginsl:ty of Material, Perfection
, orkivat,Lip, Elcyant linibh, awl
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in the market fait.
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r it greater simidieity,
; •ci in of frirtinn and a
• mien of ineelianhaa,
i. hi gliest nehieventent3
; • rote.—We do not lc rtSO
! : therefore, have no.olil
all.l re-varnii.-.h for onr
uform•thc public that I have just
i. hot how-e,
;,, or 41-.ll:.stie be managed a 4 well by
quiet f And yet how it moVes
;ihont like coin an.o.tg the tra•ses, and
isoo tLe family eirele, from mamma
I , :i•iiA:l;_Ai ii
wLf , to her sent at the table with a
aor disanst ? I-low closely Mrs.
ht.1,11 ,, s 1., hi, (.1111;.ell : Witelleti MN.
temper. comforts herself
wi;11 tli ti.,•112.1it, at kast is not
ti f,r the hone piety
that preaebes tt A daily by example.
(it:et!, w'ven a very young girl, I was itn-
I.y lilt. ma niter and wo; tis 44* a good
wo•tiatt. Site s.it swaying haek and forth
with a puzzled look (tti Il.r sweet face
was thinking how to get rid of a petty
Arising, site rang the b• ll.
;:rrvalit, entered in a noisy way.
‘•;-:aca'1, 3ou may sit&Aviv"
Tlp 3 ;iii threw herself sullenly on a
chair averting her face
Put sorry to have to find fault in you,
4 'o, yer needn't be, r vitg mied
to b'arin' yer seuldf.
"I don't think I have ever t..eulded you.
try to watch myself against that sin
lime I ever seold , Al you?"
"Well, ma'am, not to say ravin' seoldin'
as some do, but yer tell 3 me things and
makes me ashamed of meself"
"I want to be kind to you ; poor girl, for
you are a stranger in a strange land. I
was going to ask you to try and be more
pleasant to the children. It is now a
whole Week since a ;:ritile hos been oriyour
lace. Now must I hmso toy go' , d girl or
keep her ?"
S;trah looked down, and said : "I think
1113:11111, if I Ilk! fly work well, I might look
~ r nve like if it suits me."
Don't on sce toy gii catch
)UUF sullen N y•tu must
tu: a rhotoful, l.!,•:1-;ut :,'i;l If you ate to
,t.:iy; and row 1 wa :t dt eide tor
ina • i:iti." And a• r;e tt!ars
fi;kel h r ruc a4litud : Vt'i are the
best. mistress in the wide world "
p::sied and Sarah rewained a
ein!crfal sc 'want, till a wise &How tcok her
for if Wirt', aDI nt•iny tears fell for the loss
of a fairlful servant. Who shall count
the value of words filly spoken ?
A Few Hints to Parents.
Teaeh ,uiu• ehildtan those things they
will need when they become men and wo
men. As warren they should understand
how to cook, how to make a bed, how to
preserve cleanliness and order throughout
the house, how to ornament their rooms,
to renovate and preserve furniture and
clothing, how to sing, how to play various
games, that they may enliven the house
hold. They should be taught how to swim,
how to ride, how to drive, how to do bus
in:!ss, and how to preserve health. The
mother should entrust money to the girl,
with which to buy articles for the house
hold, that she may learn its value. Think
what a man and woman need to know in
order to be healthy, happy, prosperous and
successful, and teach them that.
Teach your children bow to work ; how
to obtain a living by their own efforts.
Teach them the nobility and dignity of
labor, that they may respect and honor the
Explain the leis in why. The chfld is
a little w,:lking interrogation p.)int. To it
all is new. Explain the reaton. Your
biy will some day repay this trouble by
teaching some other child.
Teach your children the evil of secret
vice, and the consequences of using tobac
co and spirituous liquors ; teach them to
he temperate. orderly, punctual, twat, faith
ful and honest.
Encourage your children to be careful
of personal appearance; to return every
tool to its place ; to always pay debts
promptly ; to never shirk a duty ; to do an
Give your children your c•,ufidence in
the affairs of your business. They will
thus take interest and become co workers
wtth you. If you enlist their respect,
then their sympathy and co-operaticio, they
will quite likely remain to take up your
work when you have done, and will go
ahead perfecting what you have com
If you arc a farmer d.) not overwork
your children and thus by hard work and
dreary lite drive them off to the cities.—
Arise at a reasonable hour in the morning,
r:zke an hour's rest after meals and quit at
live or six o'clock in the afternoon. Let
the young people indulge in games and
other amusements, and have a happy time
during the reinainder of the day. There
is uo reason why a farwer's family should
he deprived of recreation and a:nusewent
any wore than others.
I.V hat Better Evidence
the pyitpie ask to substantiate the
owi its of lfr. Tierce's Fatuity Medicines
ti.tit the Gist that they have not only
roam L . in popular htvor in this
eouuLri, but the f.reign demand fin. them
has bi_c,.nw. si gteat as to tieeem,itare the
emtabii,hirig a bitineh or the celebrated
World's Disponsmy in London, England,
that. t be,e Le-sings to the afflicted may be
(lisp:itched flout thlt greatest eutinnereial
centre of the world to every country and
pe , ,ple? hidden Mecial Discovery is a
e!etwentratttl, potent, alterative, or 1.):00d
remedy, that wins golden opinions
of all who use it fir all humors from the
common pimple, blotch, or., eruption, to
the formidable scrofulous swelling. In
ternal Inver, soreness and ulceration yield
to its benign influence. Consumption,
which is but a forin of scrofulous affection
of the lun.4s, may in its early stages . be
cured by a free use of this God -given
remedy. See article on consumption and
its treatment in "Invalids' Guide Book"
—lO cents post paid. Address, World's
Dispensary Medical A.sweiation, Buffalo,
WOR CHESTER, Miss., Feb. 3d, 1879.
DR. R. y. PIERCE : Dear Sir—With
trembling hand, from my extreme age,
being eighty five, I write to inform you of
the great benefit your Golden Medical Dis
covery and Pellets have been to me. Three
years ago I was prostrated with pneumonia,
and no one thought I would recover. By
the use of those medicines I was raised to
health, and by the blessing of God and
your medicines I have enjoyed pretty good
health since, though for years ,before this
I suffered from weak lungs and a bad
cough. Gratefully yours,
MARY B. FISK.
Miy twt otic
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mouth, hilts:us attach-,palpitation of the hem t,depp•
of the t-pitits or the 1.1111.6, awl a hundred l.•r sy ii . .
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tarts (it the country will
vouch fur its virtues, viz:
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.1 Georgia:. Sloo ter, of Alatotos; Gill. John B.
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dre4ts to whom wt. ran fel,. Extract of a ktter
W., Alex. 11. :41.1.1,04. tlatnl 11:ll `.; :"I
ally lISP whet' illy 1,1111.•1, 11,
Liver Itegitlatim., with good eirei•t. It is mild, awl snit
than actin r in,.
It is te.t tho quantity
VII that give, sireugth . , 1•:.•.
taki let it he nine'.
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0, ',tile. There:, cuot ,aimulate lip the stow:telt to
crave limit, but rather :ts,,t rii;,estiun after Calllig by
Simmons' Liver Regulator
ORIGINAL AND CENUINE,
:11anufactured only hy
.A I , SSF I L
WHOLESALE AM) lIETAEL DEALER IN
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No. 4 15 Penn St. Iluntin2llon, Pa
Catarrh is the most universal anti distressing
disease of the present day anti the scores of won
derful remedies offered for the cure of this dis
gusting disease. which are worse than worthless,
has discouraged the millions, who 6utTer and have
tried in vain fur relief and cure until theircourage
has gone and the victim still suffers in doubt.—
Here we are, with 1)r. Josiah Briggs' Catarrh Spe
cifics Nos. 1 and 2, and how shall we proceed to
convince these deluded sufferers that we have the
best and cheapest remedivs known? lst—We will
furnish them to responsible parties on condition—
'•NO CURE, NO rAY." 2:l—Will pay SlOO tnr
a case they will not cure.- 31—Will pay St 00 for
their equal as a cure. -1:11—Wiil pay if any
thin; poisonous or illeterious found in their
composition. 5; h—Wili pay SI,MM if in any par
ticular Dr. Josian Catarrh Slte••ilies are
found dlnUrent front ‘Varranted
to instantly reiieve at:l rattievlly cote Acute.
Chronic, Ulcerative au.l Dry Catarrh, Cold
in the Head. and all tiffeetions of the eavi
tires of tfe head acti threat. Twit hottl e3 in o ne
box. Oreatest success of the age. Sold by John
Read A: Noun, Huntingdon. Pa. A.blre,.: DR.
BRIO,US. Newark, N. J.
For sale by all druggists.
Use Dr. Briggs' Bunion Balsam,
PILES.—What unceasing tortures arise trout
Internal Bleeding. External and Itching Piles.
The vain endeavors to obtain even partial relief
has discouraged the millions who suffer, and they
have borne their agany in silence, thinking there
was no hope for or even prospect cut a cure. Not
withstanding the total failure of the many reme
dies heretofore offered for the cure of Piles, and
the picture of agony resting on the faces of those
who have tried the various remedies, but in vain,
yet eagerly sought for and anxiously tried any
thing that promised the least relief until their
courage has long siLee given place to despondency,
let them c.eer tip and allow a smile of happiness
t.c illuminate the haggard countenance, and the
duties of life will be perfo•med with a degree of
happint se and pleasure unknown fir weeks, months
or years. BREW:IS' PILE REAIEDIE are the
r suit of unceeasing study and expertmenting,the
neplus ultra of medical science. and in every res
pect sale, rcientitie and reliable for the cure of
Piles in every form. Solt I, John Read .t Sens,
Huntingdon, Pa. Addr se bit .10:71A Ifif EGGS,
Newark, N. J.
Fur sale by all dru.!gisfs.
Get Dr. Brigg4' Bunion Balsam,
Bunions, corns, and other ailments of the feet.
cause much swicrin g aurora; all nations by whom
shoes are worn. Toone is more than 111,11110
worth of hoots and shoes dastroyed annuaily in
the United States kin T• 1 1, re,t of tne world wore
than $1,000,000) by con tin . ; while new, or nearly
so, to wake ro,n tor pilot ty.rhs, ih
groWlng nails, sou, iLsrep, r , si.ics this great
sacrifice, there is paid iu Now York to ch•iropo
ahnut >a non annialle. Pi the. New ::u_-
land State- about . 2. - ainin nily in the West
ern and Southern ale ut 7-Oomon, t e tire :his there
:::inlitamoin spent annually nor cau-ric- and other
worthless compounds for the enre or bunions.
corns, sore insteps, tender feet, ere. these
great loses Ski expel ditures. Dr. Josiah
Briggs' Unflion Bab..uu nirid Corr l'•.rn Cure,
which is the only prep :ration U. •,11 t ;ices
itntnedince an.: ladies Hy vitro., bard, ~,rt
or uleerate.l buoltt,, h. -..ft ni..l festered
esee,vocvs, large and
small e..,re blistere.l F• et, ja-
any pain or ...orene,=. W.trrlid,of ,art• 611,
St.ld by John Ri•ad llnntingolon.
dress Ncwark, N. J.
For ?ale by all druggisl
Dr. Briggs' Catarrh Specifics the Best
The pains increases from time to time, until
your nerves Set:lll3 to snap and crack, jerk and
jump and play all sorts of pranks fiont the top of
your, head to the tips of your toes, the demon
shooting forth like lightning along one unfortu
nate nerve, and now trying to tie another into a
thousand knots, then attempting to wake a bow
string of another, sometimes in the region of the
heart, again in the face, neck, etc., in short, if
you have neuralgia in its worst form, with all the
agony distilled to its excruciating degree, use lilt.
BRIUGS' ALLEVANTOR, and in a trice your
neuralgia, with all his demands, has departed,und
once again you may be happy.
For sale by John Read & Sons, 410 Penn St.,
Huntingdon, I'a• Mayl4-Iy.
FREEOUTFIT to agents of 3 dozen fast
sellin 7. articles, sent to every person
answering this advertisment, and enclosing four
3.cent stamps to pay postage and packing. This
is honest. We refer the public to postmaster, or
any business house in this place.
AMERICAN MANUF'G. CO.,
Franklin City, Ma s.l.
LI VER DISI:Aq::01.1 LI Ii
tiou prevail to a greoler t
than prolial,ly any other mala
dy, anti relief 6 always anx
iously sought atter. It the -
J. H. ZEILiN & C 0. .;
.31 ,; .Y/ TPA CTUREIi,
SC4I(I/%1 (( SplWilll/11
:•3!,_t_.—Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines
• -L. _L_
Music and &wing Machine Store,
e: ... .. '~~~. .. n _ . .
„ . •
We have the largest and best assortment of ORGANS and SEWING MA
CHINES ever brought to Huntingdon, and would respectfully invite all who
desire to buy a Musical Instrument or Sewink Machine to call and see our
stock. - We have styles and prices to snit everybody, and will sell low for
cash or monthly payments, and the rent allowed if purchased. We have a
wa s .-on running constantly delivering Organs and Sewing Machines. All
kinds of Sewing Machines repaired. . Piano and Organ Grecs and Stools.
Don't forget the place, west end of Penn street, near. Fisher S.; Sons' Mill.
April26,lS7B. S. S. SMITH & SON.
MRS. LYDIA E, P!NKHAM.
LYDIA E. PINKHArrin
71 7 CTILTABLI2 coxPotTND.
The Pn , itvo Cnre
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, as its narne consists of
Vegetal.le Properties that are Larmle.e to the most del
icate invalid. Upon coo trial the merits o f this Com •
pound will be recognizei, as relief is immediate; anti
when its use is continued, in ninety-nine cases in a bun_
red, a permanent cure is effected,asthoussuada will tes
_ On we tint of its proven nierits, it l 3 to -day
commended and prescribed by the beat physielium hi
It will curs entirely the worst form of falling
of the uterus, Leuearrlnea, irregmlar and painful
Menstruation, all Ovarian Treuldes, Initammation and
Ulceration, Floodings, all Didineementa and the con.
spinal weakness, and is especially adapted to
the Change of Life. It will dissolve and expel turners
from the uterus nan early stage of development. Tie
tendency to cancerous humors there is checked very
speedily by its use.
In fact it hos rroved to be the greet
est and hest remedy that Las ever been discover
ed. It permeates every portion of the system, and gives
new life and vigor. It removes faintnese,ilatulency, de
stroys all craving fur stimulants, and relieves weakness
of the stomneh
It cures Bloating, nem - ladles, Nerentis rrnstrntl, ,
General Dehility, Sleeple,ness, Depression and ball
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain,
weight and backache, Is always permanently cared by
its use. It will at all times, and under all eircumstam
era, act in harmony with the law that governs the
For Sidney Complaints of either sex this cwalpuund
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prepared at and Western Avenue, Lynn, Slass.
Price SLOO. Six bottles for $5.00. Sent by mail In the
form of pills, also in the form of Lozenges, on rreipts
of price, SLOO, per box, for either. Mrs. PL.NEHANI
freely answers all letters of inquiry. Send fur pain.
phiet. Address as above Mention this paper.
No family should be without LYDIA E. PINKIIA:tP
LIVER PILLS. They cure Constipation, Biliousness,
Ind Torpidity of the Liver. 25 cents per box.
. it • IicNTINGDuN, l'A.
17 4 .4 )
(:±9 :* :‘,. 1 .,
Tll P 11. ~
110 )10 r 1 (I
TILE LATEST STYLES OF
Photo. and Auiograph Albums,
SCRM BLANK BOMB, NHS MCTI,
IN ENDLaS VAIIIETY
FINE POCKET CUTLERY,
Pocket Books and Purses,
Antl a th.a , anil and one other articles.
scrio,aLt STA .TIOURY:
qtaient, per cent: cheaper than at
BOOK SATCHELS fr,un 13 , :•ctiti , i n .:
I:OMPANIONS fr.ou . cents up;
fr., 5 e , •:.ts
PEN( IL PAD froin 5 cents up:
uthor WRITING FLU
IDS :in,' INES as low us 3u. per bottle.
ALL if.iNDS OF SCHOOL BOOKS
I:EDICED •2..1 1•1:li. CENT. A LAtztiF. SrucK OF
S I of Chvr!ornil n l Chedierboad for S ds,
IF Y./I: WANT i:A10;AIN:, CALL AT THE
Manhood; How Lo:it, How Restored!
tt,t . a now edition of
€:thehrated E.tsty on
the r.t.1.e.t1 yore twtthont medicate;
ot zsperinatrirli , •l St urinal Weakness, Involun
tary -•er . ii ins I Losses, Impotency, Mental and Phys
ical luctipaeity. impediments to Marriage. etc.
al s o, Coneuteption, Epilepsy anti Fits, induced by
net or sexual extrava4ance,
The ;:elelra,red author, in this irdmirable Essay,
riy dcniant.trateS, fr to a thirty years' success
rut praetice, that the alarming consequences of
s..ll•aliuse niair be ratlie:iliy cured without the
dancerous use of internal med:eine or the appli
eat ion of the knife: pointing out a mode of curt
at once certain, and etrectual, I,y , means
of which every sufferer, no lustier what his con- I
dition may be, may cure himself cheaply, private
ly, and radically.
-ThiS Lacture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
cat under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
drei:,, post-paid, on receipt of six centi or two
Address the PnbliFbers.
THE CULVERIV ELL MEDICAL CO.,
11 Ann St., New York, N. Y., Post Office
e 6,000 AGENTS.
WAIg TO IFED
TEN S _ S, E II vIu i4 Y E WIfEE I- .4111
One Agent made $52.50 in two days;
another, $32 in one day. TRY IT. It
9ive Sole Ageney of Town or County.
("Send 6 ets. for 200 Paces.
EPHRAIM BROWN, Lowell, Mass.
Sept. 5, 1579-eow-lyr.
A NEW DEPARTURE!
BEST PLOW IN THE WORLD:
THE SYRACUSE CHILLED PLOW CO.
of Syracuse, N. Y.
Are now putting on the market a Plow that
Ls as much superior to any Plow heretofore
made as the Plows of the past few years have
been superior to those made half a century
It obviates MI the objections Made to any
In addition It embraces several nev.v features
of the greatest value, for wiLleli we have ob
tained exclusive Patents.
Its Ecarn,Clevis, Jointer Standard and Ni;heel
Standard will be STEEL, and its mold board
will be a composition of Steel and Iron chilled
under a process for which we have also
obtained an. exeltUvo Patent. It will 100
CHILLED STEEL PLOW
Itslrelglit will be eighteen pounds less than
our present styles.
A first-class Steel Plow, made In the or
dinary way, full rigged, retails for twenty-two
dollars. Inferior Steel Plows retail from six
teen to nineteen dollars.
The price of our new Plow will bo but
Seventeen Dollars, and it will be the
cheapest Agricultural Implement ever sold.
Its moldb ,, ard will otawear three of the
very beSt, Muds of the ordinary steel mull
It will teour in soils where all steel plows
and all other plows %—vo hitlo to proved. a
With this Plowlr.tnducc , .: a corm
gated Plow Point and Joint •r Point, on which
we have also obtained a Patent, and which I.
also a great improvement, both as regards
strength and wear.
The Jointer can be shifted so as to take
more or less land, and also more or less pitch,
and it can always be kept on a line with the
The wheel will run under the beam or one
skle of it as desired, and always kept in line.
The beam is adjustable for Spring or Fall
Plowing, and also for two or three horses.
The handles can be adjusted to accommo
date a man or boy, on the same Plow.
It is a perfect Plow.
Wooden beams are going out of use because
they shrink, swell and warp, and never rim
two seasons alike.
Iron beams are too heavY.
Malleable beams become demoralized and
bend, which is much worse than to break.
A Steel beam is the necessity of the day. It
is three times as strong and very much light, - 2r
than any other style.
When we say a Mold board is chilled, the
farmers know it is so.
Th neW st..ek .f fine
11.1- . 01'4 re%
ceir..4. at thu
We do not palm off on them a composition
of various metals And call it chilled metal.
We want agents for this new Plow in every
town in this State.
We can give but a very small discount to
them, but we will pay the Railroad Freight.
We propose to place this Plow in the hands
of Farmers as near the cost of manufacture
It will be the bcst Agricultural IMplement
h lel! are inarkt..l
It shall also be the cheapest.
Persons therefore who are not willing to act
as agents on the principle that «a nimble six
pence is better than a slow shilling," need nut
apply for an agency.
Plo'a son commission. All sales absolut%
C 77 This is the only Steel Chilled Flow la
Steel costs several times more than Iron.
But this Plow, full rigged, by giving small
discounts, can be sold for Seventeen Dollars.
compare tills pi ice with that of any Iron Plow
It Is cheaper than any other Plow now
made would be at five dollars and a laalL
Where there are no agents we will, on re
ceipt of Seventeen Dollars, send a Plow to any
Railroad station in the State and pay the
SYRACUSE CHILLED PLOW CO.
A. IT. CHUM, Mirklesburg, Huntingion
A vozoia11;le . preparation and the onli srare
remedy in the world for Bricbt's Diseake.
Diabetes. and ALL Wane'', Liver, and
f.) - Testinionials of the highest order in proof
of these stateinenta
EtrFor the cure of Diabetes, call for War
ner's Safe Diabetes Cure.
4 , 13 - For the cure of Bright's, end the other
diseases, call for \Yankee* Safe li.iducy
and Liver Cure.
It is th P best Blood Purifier. and stimulatePi
every function to more healthful action. aud,
is thus a benefit in all diseases.
..Wclir - e.slieraizlo - un and other Mirth lErnp.
/lons and Diseases, including Cancers, I. 1-
eels. and other Sores.
Dyspepsia. Weakness of the Siosniv.h,
I Constipation. Dizziness, General Debil
ity. etc., are cured by the Safe Bitters. it is
unequaled as an appetizer and regular tonic.
Bottles of two sizes ; prices, 50e. and 81.00.
WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE
Quickly gives Rest and Sleep to the stitTering,
cures Headache and Neuralgia. Prc ,,, z 3
Epileptic Ells. and relieves Nervous Pros.
11i...11i0n brought on by excessive drink, (W.f.
work, mental shocks, and other causes.
Powerful as it is to stop pain and soothe dis
turbed Nerves, it never injures the system,
whether taken in small or large doses.
Bottles of two sizes; prices. 50e. and 61.00.
-——- - -
WARNER'S SAFE PILLS
. immediate and active stimulus for a
Costiveness. Dyspepsia, Bit
llovness, Mons Dia,
shwa. Malaria, Fever
and Ague. and should
be used whenever the
bowels do not oper.eto
freely and regularly.
No other Pills require *nets
small doses for thurinoth
stork. Frit.2a eta. a box.
l'arner's Sate Remedies are
1. H. Warner & Co.,
5 . 0
It combines all the excellencies of any Plow
WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS.
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
ejSract for Pamphlet
Drug , and Liquqrs.
S. S. SMITH & SON,
Mists afl Mothullos,
6 16 PENN STREET,
fire dealers in
('HI EM/ GALS,
TOUT FANCY ARTICLES
Paints, Oils,Varnish, Car
bon Oil Lamps, &c., &c.
WINES AND LIQUORS,
Whiskies, Indies, Willa', Gills,
Ales ad Porters,
for Mechanical, Medicinal, Sacra
mental and Family purposes. A
pure article warranted in every case.
They are also Agents for the
Davis Vertical Feed Sevii4 Machin.
Best in the world for all purposes.
April 28, 1876—y
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
TIME OP LILAVINO OF TRAINS
, ••••• -
P.M. A. )1 1 11 1 M .
5 ~, i2 11 ' Ardenheiut
5 :1'; 1 1,12 Is'7 1:8 HUNTINGDON
6 11 2
1 g 1; .. 5 1 1 ;',.: 1 1.) S IS Tyroue
6 46 : 1 24
7 20 2 `,45i 1 55 . 1 50, Alwona..
P.M., A M.; P. 51.1 A.ll
Tiu Fatht Line Welt.arti, leaves at. G 28
P. M., :vvi a rri vewat A1t....0na at 7 40 P. M.
The Pacific Ex prelim, Eastward, leaved Huntingdon a
8.45, a ni, and arrive 4 at Ilarrliburg 11.30 a in.
The Philadelphia Express, Eastward, leaved Hunting
don at 10.12 p. ni.and arrives •tt Harrisburg at 1.00 a in
The Day Express, Eastward, leaved Huntingdon at 1.e5
p. isi. and arrived at Harrisburg at 3.25 p.
H UNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP
RA ILE OAD.
On and after JUNE, _let, 158,, Passenger Trains will
arrive and depart
P. M. A. M
:3 ., 9 00 II
4,, 9 i,3 leo4; st0i10;
9 11 Mt C0nne11...0.0.u
9 1., Grafton
9 25 Mat kle,,,burg
1 9 35 Celli, Run
I' , 9 50. Rough and Ready
• 9 47' Cove
30 9 50 Fishery
4. , 10 00. Saxton
1 10 15 Ft iddlesburg
5 5 , 10 20 Hopewell
10. 10 30 Pipets Rim
15 10 40 Brailier's
▪ 19 47 Talesville
'2.5 • 10 50 B. Run Siding
30 57 Everett
11 0.1 Mount Dallas
SHOUP'S I:1:N BRANCH.
10 t. 5 !Saxton__
10 2 ) !Coaltuoni.
lo 21 CrawtOrd.
1' 35 i Dudley,_
EAST BROAD TOP IWL ROAD.
On anti after December 4, 1876, trains will
run as follows
No. 3 N. LI
P.M. A. M. ,
7 45 !Leave tobrrhielale. Arriv
i 8 1
7 5 ) 5 7 (*.h.',
18 32 4 :11011 , ..
8 3S Three SrrinKi.
S 50 .I:eersiville.
3 40 1 9 02 Roekhill.
3 57 19 19 Shirley.
4 06, 9 23 .Aughwiek.
12 5 4u
12 1 , 4 !
12 09 5 11
A. M j
4 201 942 lAr. Mt. Union. Leave.' 11 55 , 500
ARION PIANO FORTE
Estey's Cottage Organs.
• 7 .
X • •~
ONE THOUSAND MADE AND SOLD
NEARLY OR QUITE DOIT MY, THAT
OF ANY OTIIEV, MAKE
THE SWEETEST AS WELL AS TUE
MUST POWERFUL 4 )RGAN IN
PATENT ANION PIANO.
WITH r() 'lt NEW PATENT: 4 .
E. M. BRUCE & CO.,
No. 1:108 Chestnut St..
declo,7s] PIIILADEL"I.I lA.
S. S. SMITh & SON, At
Pena street, Ilunthwilon
DRINK ASCHENBACII S 3,III,LEIt'S
the most delightful beverage of the Pea?on. Cool
ing, refre,liii,g mot an excellent preventative of
summer complaints. It is a. tonic without any
stimulating or intoxicating effects, being a purely
vegetable preparation and entirely free from any
thing approaching alcohol. It is so very cheap
that it is within the means of the poorest. A 2.", c
package will make five gallons of beer, All drug
gists and country storekeepers sell it. Wholesale
Depot, N. W. Corner and Ca.flowhill sts., Phil
Dr. Jones' Taraxacum Tonic
Or Dyspeosia Medicine, a Vegetable Compound
whine virtues have stood a test of .10 years is in
fallible in the cure of Dyspepsia and General De
bility. Chronic Weakness of Lungs, Spleen, K id
neys, Short Breath, heartburn, St. Vitus' Dance,
Pain in the Stomach, Back and Chest. Particu
larly adapted to all Female Diseases, no matter
what the age of the patient may be. Price 75
cents. Sold by druggists. ASA JONES, Pro.,
319 N. 3d street, Philadelphia.
EASTWA R L.
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....;z1 co Mr
STATIONS. !"" I 'o.l>"
P. 31. P. X
1 u 1 ,
3 68 1 714
41... t 7 09
3 L 3,
321 6 a
Y 33 3NI 6.33
$ 26 1 03'
:WI 6 lE
, P.M. jP. X
I?. M. A. M.
NORTIIWA R I)
G. F GAGE, Sc
SOCTII AV A ED.
NO. 2. N... L,