Lewistown gazette. (Lewistown, Pa.) 1843-1944, October 15, 1862, Image 3

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LOCAL AFFAIRS.
i SSrßev. O. 0. MoClean will be instal
led Pastor of the Presbyterian Church in
'-nc on Thursday, 16th inst. Ser
ommcnce 'at 11 o'clock a. ra.
*rqjg* will preside, Rev.
the semon, Rev. Mr.
the charge to the people,
r. Clarke deliver the charge to
a=tor. The public arc invited to at
tend.
i ~~T
OYSTERS. —John S has opened an
oyster saloon at h's confectionery stand
next door to the post office, where lovers of
that luxury will find the choicest the mar
ket affords, with a corresponding table
Give hint a call.
JUNIATA VINEYARD. —We learn that
this vineyard this year presented a sight
well worth seeing, the grapes, considering
the season, having matured well. Mr.
llarshbarger, the proprietor, is now send
ing them to market, and we presume can
fill orders for any quantity.
It has often been a matter of surprise to
us that his wines do not come into general
use for medical as well as drinking purpo
ges, as one who tastes some of his manu
facture would hardly touck decoction
pf logwood and minerals sma under the
lijuic of wine thsrealter, the difference be
tween the two being about the same as be
tween clear and stagnant watgf.. Get some
apd try jt.
HatrCaptain John P. Taylor, we are
pleased to hear, has been unanimously elec
ted Lieut. Colonel of the Ist Penna. Cav
alry, and Win. T. McEwen Captain or Co.
0. Both excellent men, who will fill the
positions with credit.
ftarJohn A. Nale, of Co. F, 107 th Pa.
Fdgiment, died at Carver Hospital, Wash
ington City, last week. lie leaves a wile
and child to deplore his loss.
We publish below an extract from
a letter of a young "typo" of this place, in
which he gives ft graphic description ot
the part taken by the regiment in which he
is serving in the battle of Antictam :
Cam', NKi h Su AKpsburg, Md., 1
Oct. 6, 1802. |
We are still in camp by that beautiful and
winding stream —the Potomac. While in
camp we are at a loss to know how to put in
the time, and for a change this beautiful af
ternoon I have retreated to the cover of a
towering oak to pen you a few promised
lines.
My narrative begins on Tuesday morning,
September lGth. On that eventful evening
we were marched across Antietam creek, and
shortly after were formed in line of battle in
a woods, and while in this place were made
acquainted of the close proximity of our
South Mountain acquaintances, who had been
Hrgely reinforced just a)ter leaving t!;e nioun
tain, and who no. disputed our further ad
vance by shelling us in the woods.
It was fast growing dark, and we were or
dered forward through n cornfield and also
through a ploughed one. But, after going
half the distance, were ordered to halt and
lay d >wn, which order we obeyed instantly,
fts the shell began to come in close proximity
with that important member to human exis
tence—the head While here I had a good
opportunity to see a pretty sight. One of our
batteri-s. which had been placed 'n our right,
on a slight elevation, kept up a continual tire,
throwing shell promiscuously through the
Woods in our advance. It was far prettier
than any fireworks ever displayed in the old
Diamond. We remained hereabout half an
hour when Gen. Seymour ordered us forward
We started, and when we next halted it was
within fifteen feet of the fence. Our Colonel
h ;re ordered us to halt and stack arms, which
we did; and after making suppar on a crack
er I laid myself down to rest. In about fif
teen minutes we were surprised by the rebels
who poured a volley at us, which, as soon as
we could recover our guns, we returned and
qp a $ re for a short time and then ceas*d,
the rehs having retreated. We then advanced
to the fence (where we should have been at
first) and lay down once more, not for sleep
however, but to watch and wait. ITothing of
importance occurred other than an occasional
shot or two during the night. From prison
ers captured the following day we learned
they had a brigade in the woods, who heard
our Cidonel give the command to " stack
arms," and only waited a sufficient length of
time fcr us to h.e jn the '* land of nod," when
they expected to capture our guns. The pris
oners expressed some surprise when they
learned we had but one regiment, and it only
numbering about 300 guns. That night they
did pot touch a man ; but our fire was fardif
ferent. Our General, speaking of it, says they
lay there by dozens.
About 4 o'clock in the morning we heard
the rebel drums beating and every man was
then ready. Before long they began ; first a
crack, then two or three, and then a whole
volley from U9 through the woods, and the
great ball of Wednesday opened.
The sharpshooters, who had been placed on
the trees in the dark, began their work early.
They tried hard to pick off our Major, but
were unsuccessful. One ball grazed his
shoulder strap. They wounded our Orderly
Sergeant in the head, however, who has since
died. On the Friday following he lost his
mind and speech, and remained so until Sat
urday night, when he was relieved from this
world of misery and strife. His remains were
{ent home to his friends. We lose a good
And brave soldier in him.
About 7 o'clock our regiment was ordered
to cross through the woods, and there, the
boys say, lay pools of blood all round. I was
there when they advanced. A few moments
before our Major had sent me with a mes
sage to General Seymour, and when I endea
vored to return I became bewildered and
came to a halt in a large field for which the
(two contending parties were fighting. J soon
pame to the conclusion I had no business
there, and accordingly sought the protection
of the woods, and here I met my regiment as
it advanced to where I was. We stood fil ing
across this field about an hour, when we were
ordered to cease by our officers and stood
there doing nothing. It was here Henry
Conch fell pieroed through the forehad.
We fell back, and the rebels, thinking we
were whipped, advanced with a cheer, hut
were driven back by a flank movement. You
would be surprised to hear them cheer. It
resembles a lot of school girls at recess. It
is far different from the manly voice of tho
men of the north. J. 11. E.
Co. G, sth Pa. Reserve.
a meeting of the Blair County
Bar, held in relation to the death of E. C.
Dunmire Esquire, the following preamble
and resolutions were unanimously adopted:
Whereas, E. C. Duntuire Esq. late a mem
ber of the Blair County Bar. patriotically vol
unteered to serve his country in the capacity
of a private in company C, commanded by
Capt. Wallace, of the 125tii regt. P. V ; and
Whereas, in the providence of Almighty
God, our late brother, while nobly serving his
country, was suddenly stricken down with dia
ease and died at Georgetown, I). C. on tho
25th day of September A. P. 1802: therefore
be it
Resolved, that in the death of E. C. Dun
inire Esq., the county has teen deprived of the
services of a true and faithful soldier, his fam
ily of a loving husband, a dutiful son and a
brother; our Bar the loss of a promising and
worthy member, and our borough a tpan of
kind and generous impulses and a citisen of
unblemished character.
Resolved, that we deeply sympathize with
the bereaved wife and family in the loss they
have sustained in the death of our late broth
c*r.
Resolved, that we wear the usual badge of
mourning for thirty days.
Resolved, that a copy of the above resolu
tions be entered on the record of the court,
that one be presented to the family of deceased,
and another be furnished for publication to
each of the countv newspapers.
SAMUEL CALVIN Prest.
A. S. LANDIS, Sec'y.
Married.
On the 30th ult., by the Rev. Jas. Brads,
M. SPAULDING, of Petersburg, Hunting!
don county, to Miss CAROLINE E. TAY
LOR, of Lewistown.
In this Borough, on the 7th inst., by Rev.
O. O MeClean assisted by Rev. S. Lawrence,
JOSEPH McCULLOUGH. of St. Louis, Mis
souri. to Miss MARY TURNER, of Lewisr
town.
On the 9th instant, by Rev. D. S. Trueken
miller, Mr. WILLIAM A. CLANATIIAN. of
Siglerville, to Miss BARBARA A. KIBE,
of Armagh township.
Died.
On Wednesday the Bth instant, in Derry
township, CATHARINE GILL, at an ad
vanced age.
Kishacoquillas Seminary
AND
S. Z. Sharp. Principal and Proprietor.
Rev li. S. IcOoDiild) A. M., of
Languages.
J. L Kighter, Prof, of Music.
r winter session of this Institution will
X commence on the ia*t Monday of Ooto
her, 1802, and cotitinue 21 weeks.
Cost for Tuition in the EnyUxh Branches:
li >ard and furnished moms §OS prrseesion.
Mu sic, Languages, Fuel and Incidentals ex
tra.
D.iy scholars $lO per session.
Pupils finding it inconvenient to hoard with
their parents are required to board in the In
stitution.
For further particulars, apply to
S. Z. SHARP,
octß-3m* Principal.
TO RAILROAD CONTRACTORS
j SEALED PROPOSALS
4 RE hereby invited until noon of the 29th
Jl\. day of October, 1862, for the
GRADING, BRIDGING, &
TRACKLAYINC
of about 12 miles of the
MIFFLIN k CENTRE COLNTV RAILROAD,
j extending from the Borough of Lewistown to
! the town of Milroy, Mi ft in county, Pa.,
Plans, Specifications, Profi es and Esti
| mates can be seen, at the office of the Engin
eer. in Lewistown, on and after the 20th day
of October, 1802. WALTER KATTE,
Samcel Maclav, Engineer.
Pres. M. k G. Co. It It. Co.
Lewistown, October 8, 1862.
NOTICE!
4 PROMISSORY Note given in March,
/\ 1861, for $14,59, with Miles IlatHy as
hail, to Isaac Wagner, administrator of Jacob
Bupp, late of Union township, deceased, pay
; able either in six or nine months, has never
been presented for payment. The holder
j thereof is hereby notified to produce the same
I to the subscriber within one month from this
date, or he will no longer consider himself
, responsible for its payment —he having since
' it has become due at different times made in
-1 quiry for it, both from the administator and
others. MILES IIAFFLY.
Upion township, Oct. 8, 1862-3t*
~ GRAPE VINES.
DELAWARE, DIANA AND CONCORD.
i and three year old Vines. These
-*■ kinds are known to be the hardiest, most
productive, and best qualities of Grape grown
in the U. S. The vines were raised by the
celebrated Dr. Grant, of N. Y. No
homestead or farm should be without a sup
ply of them, as there is no fruit more whole
some or productive than the grape.
octß F. J. HOFrMAN.
| Large Stock of Furniture on
Hand.
A FELIX is still manufacturing all kinds
•of Furniture Young married persons
and others that wish to purchase Furniture
will find a good assortment on hand, which
will be sold cheap for cash, or country pro
duce taken in exchange for same. Give me
a call, on Valley street, near Black Bear 110-
I tel. ' feb 21
fPHE subscribe. .
X large stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES
direct from manufacturers, is prepared to sell
the same at very reasonable prices, either
wholesale or retail. The greatest part of his
work being made to order, he feels safe in
recommending it to be as good as a great
amount of home made work is, and warrants
it in the same manner, and is able to sell it
at a much lower price, owing to labor being
done in the eastern States much cheaper than
here, so come on Boys, Girls, Storekeepers,
and all others in want of good Shoes at low
prices for the winter. You need not go to
any trouble in reference to where be lives, for
every one knows Billy Johnson.
Ladies' Gaiters, full stock on hand, very low
Women's Gums, do
Men's do do
Manufacturing of all kinds attended to as
usual. A full stock of home made work kept
constantly on hand, which will be sold very
low.
Repairing done at all times in the best man
ner. But above all bear in mind that our
terms qre strictly cash, ao I hope this will be
enough on tho credit system.
octß BILLY JOHNSON.
REGISTER'S NOTICE. -.Tho followTrTg
accouuta have been examined and passed
by me, and remain filed of record in this of
fice for inspection of Heirs, Legatees, Credit
ors, and all others in any way interested, and
will be presented to the Orphans' Court of
the county of MitHin, to be held at the Court
House in Lewistown, on THURSDAY, the
6th day of November, 1862, for allowance
and c nfinnation :
1. The account of Peter Barefoot and Jo
seph Ilawn, Administrators of Jacob Ilawn,
late of Armagh township, deceased.
2. The final account of W . W. Gilroore, Ad
ininistrator of the estate of Jacob Ilaslett,
late of Menno township, deceased.
3. The Guardianship account of T. G. Bell,
Guardian of Nancy J. E. Martin, minor child
of Dr. James Martin, dee'd.
SAML. W. BARR, Register.
Register's Office, Oct. 8, 1862.
RIFLES! RIFLES!
SPLEN DID Rifles at .>6. Call and see at
octß F. J. HOFFMAN'S.
Turnpike Notice.
r |MIE stockholders of the West Kishaco-
I quillas Turnpike Company are hereby
notified that an election will be held on the
FIRS I MONDAY OF NOVEMBER next, at
the house of Richard Brindle, in Belleville,
to elect a President, six Managers and one
lrensurer, to eonduct the affairs of tho com
pany for the ensuing year,
octl—lt* SIIEM ZOOK, Treasurer.
WANTEI),
1000 Bushels
GOOD
POTATOES,
60 lbs to the bushel,
for which 40 cents per bushel cash will be
paid Mt MARKS & WILLIS'S
octß-3t Steam Mill. Lewistown.
A SEVEN OCTAVE S4OO ROSEWOOD PIAJiO
FOR S2OO,
PAYABLE in easy sums of Three Dollars
per month. The public will please take
notice that the books of the
Philadelphia Musical Savings and I.oan
Society
Are now open t > receive subscribers to a
Fourth Series.
The first distribution of Seven octave Rose
wood Pianos, fur this series will take place at
the office
No. 1021 Chestnut Street, on Tueslay,
October Ith, 1862, at. 8 o'clock.
Circulars, giving the full plan of operations
j of this highly beneficial institution can be
; had by applying to the Secretary of the So
{ ciety. 11. W. GRAY, Sec'y.
j octl-lm Office, 1021, Chestnut St.
TA77~ O
FARMS FOR SALE,
110 ACRHIS
J Of excellent Limestone Land, in a good
j state of cultivation, lying 4 miles east of
j Newton Hamilton, on the south side of the
Juniata river, with a good
j J j|a ST ON E II 0U S E and good
Frame Bank Barn, Apple Or-
and running water for
stock and house use, and other conveniences.
Also, 107 ACRES good Timber Land, which
wiil be sold with the main farm, with a house
and stable on, and water plenty for farm use.
Also, another Farm of
XOO ACRES,
M opposite Newton Hamilton, on the
south 3idg of the Juniata river, with
a good FRAME HOUSE, and small
Log Barn, Orchard and other im
! provements.
persop wishing to gee the above
firopei ties will apply to the subscriber on the
owcr farm or ffra. Wharton on the upper.
SAMUEL WHARTON.
October 1, 1862-Gt*
FOR
i SALE OH HENT.
brick HOUSE k LOT, on
J J JJA Main street, now in the occu-
JSrajßgjS pancy of Mr. Abner Thompson.
| property is in good order,
, and in case of a sale, good carpeting, window
j blinds, <£c., already cut and fitted, yrijl be sold
low with the house. There is gas in the
j house and water in the yard—all in good or
| der.
ALSO,
MJwo Frame Dwelling Houses
on Water street, and a Warehouse,
fronting on the canal, will be sold,
The houses are in tenantable repair.
The above described property will be sold
low for cash, or part cash and the balance in
payments.
Possession of the dwelling houses will be
given on the Ist of April next. The ware
house can bh had immediately.
B*aT7ooo Joipt Shingles also for sale by
the undersigned.
11. M. McKEE.
I Lewistown, Oct. 1, 1862-2t
Win. Russell, h.
pertaining to the Treasurer „ v.
whom Collectors will make payments and
holders present orders.
Geo. W. I'atton, Jr., will continue the
watch, clock and jewelry business, at the
old stand. R. W. PATTON.
Lewistown, August 13, 1862-3 m.
JOHN M. CUMMINCS,
WITH
A. H. FRANCISCUS,
So. lit Siirhfl St, anil 5 It. Firtb St.,
PHILADELPHIA,
MANUFACTURER A WHOLESALE DEALER IX
CQTTON BATTING, WADDING, TIE YARNS,
WICKING, CARPET CHAIN, I'OTW YARNS,
Buckets, Brooms. Brushes. Baskets. Looking Glasses
Rones, and all kinds of Cedar and Willow"Ware. '
L 1 y Nets, &c., &c.
July 30, 18C2-3m.
NOW OPEN!
MAM MOTH
HIIITIII
HiBEIIIIII.
809 & 811 Chestnut Street,
IPISIIIM,m)ISIL]3P2IIILLo
(LATE LEVY A CO'S. DRY GOODS STORE.)
m 3, JHBSII3,
FORMERLY 521 WALYI'T STREET.
September 3, 18G2-3m
STOVES.
A FIXE assortment, all kinds of Staves,
low for cash, at F. J. IIOFFAJANS.
50,000
JOINT AND LAP
SHIN-G-LES,
Sawed Plastering Lath, 3 and 4 1-2 feet
iu Length; als • Boards, for sale by
GRAFF A THOMPSON.
Milroy, Sept. 10-3ui
EJIT YTARH & STOTBjS
OF all patterns, constantly kept, and for
sale at very low figures, as usual, at the
ramoue BIG COFFEE POT SIGN.
Lewistown, August 0, ISG2.
(!>& J, iDiLfii,
ISD UB ;£2T IS CP a,
OFFICE on East Market street, Lewistowq,
adjoining F. G. Franciscus' Hardware
Store. P. S. Dr. Locke will be at his office
the first Monday of each month to spend the
week. my 31
Lewistown Mills.
fpHIE undersigned having entered into a
_L copartnership for the purpose of carrying
on the above Mills, are now prepared to pqy
niGHEST CASn PRICES FUR WHEAT, AND
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN,
or receive it on storage, at the option of those
having it for the market.
They hope, by giving due and personal at
tention to business, to merit a liberal share of
public patronage.
giayPLASTER, SALT and Limeburncrs
COAL always on hand
WM. B McATEE & SON.
Lewistown August 13 1802.-tf
TREMENDOUS FIGHT !
AND Knock down of prices, since the
new arrival of Boots, Shoes and Gaitere
at the PEOPLE'S BOOT AND SHOE
STORE, in West Market street, nearly oppo
site Maj. Eiseubise's Red Lion Hotel.
Call and examine for yourselves our large
and varied assortment of Ladies', Gentlemen's
and Children's wear, which we will sell cheap
er than the cheapest. Look at the price list:
Mens coarse Boots, from $1.40 to 3.00
Men's Calf " " 2.50 to 3.25
Boy's " " 90 to 1.87
Men's Brogans " 75 to 1.62
Women's Gaiters, high heels, 75 to 1.25
Misses' and Children's Shoes, 12 to 75
Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags of various
sizes and patterns, constantly kept on hand.
Measures taken for boots and shoes, which
will be made at the shortest notice. Repair
ing done in the neatest manner.
aug27-y E. C. HAMILTON.
GOOD NEWS! GOOD NEWS!
BSEaffiESJ® ©IK? ffl®SU S
DE Laines, Merinos, Wool Plaids, Bonnet
Ribbons, Swiss and Catpbric Muslins,
Black and Fancy Silks, Rea iy made Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, Hats, Shawls and cloth
Capes, and a large stock of Fancy Goods, for
COST, at JOHN KENNEDY'S.
/^IONEECTIONERY —Nuts, Crackers, &c,,
V_y at low prices to dealers, at
xny7 F. J. HOFFMAN'S.
THF.
"ONLY INFALLIBLE REMEDIES KNOWN."
Destroys instantly
EVEIiY FORM AND SI*ECIES OF
YUIIi.
Those Preparations (unlike all others) are
"Free from Poisons."
-Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats do not die 011 the premises."
"They eorne out of their holes to die."
" I hey are the only infallible remedies known."
"12 years and more established in New York City."
Vsol by the City Post Office.
Used '>/ the City Prisons and Station Houses.
I'srrt by the City Steamers, Ships, Ac.
I sal by the City Hospitals, Alms-houses, Ac.
Uaed by the City Hotels—'Astor—-St.Nicholas,' Ac.
I /sed by the Hoarding Houses. <ie.. Ae.
Usfi by more than 50,000 Private Families.
one or two Specimens of wtfit is E-&n/whwe said
by the Ibojilc—Editor's—Venters. <fr.
1101SE KEEPERS—troubled with vermin need be
so no longer, it they use "COST A it's" Exterminators.
We have Used it to our satisfaction, ami if a box cost
>5 we would have it. We had tried poisons, but they
effected nothing: but "Costm's" article knocks the
breath out of Rats, Mice, Roaches and Bed Hugs,
quicker than we can write it. It is in great demand
all over the country.—jtfediim, [O.] Gazelle.
MORE GRAIN and provisions are destroyed annu
ally in Grant County oy vermin, than would pay for
tons of this Rat and Insect Killer .—Lane-aster [ Il'/V.]
lit raid.
II EN'HI 11. COSTAR—We are soiling vour prepara
tions rapidly. Wherever they have been used, Rats,
Mice, Roaches and Vermin disappear rapidly.
Jirker <f Stotiffer, Druyyists. 1) indsor, .1 hi.
"Costar's" Rut, Roach, &e. Exterminator.
" postar's"
" Costar's" Bed Bug Exterminator.
" Costar's"
" Costar's"Eleetric Powder for Insects, &c.
In 25e. "inc. and SI.OO Boxes, Bottles and Flasks.? laud
$5 Sizes for Plantations, Ships, Boats, Hotels,
Ac., Ac.
('ACTION!!! To prevent the public from being im
posed upon by Spurious and Jiiyh/y Verineious imita
tions. a new label lias been prepared, bearing a fac
simile of t\u- Proprietor' signature. Examine each
box, bottle, or flask carefully tiefore purchasing, and
bake nothing but '• COSTAR'S."
8 lit ,1/t'ht ,7 —t)V
Al| \V holosalo Druggists in the the large cities.
Some of the
Wholesale Agents in New York City:
Shiettelin Brothers A Co.
B. A. Fahnestoek. Hull A Co
A. It. .t 1). Sands A Co.
Wheeler A Hart.
James S. Aspimvall.
Morgan Jt Allen.
Hall. Kiiekel A Co.
'1 hoinas A Fuller.
P. I. < irvis.
H li ra!. Kislev A Kitchen.
Hush, (tale & Robinson.
M War 1. ('lose A ('o.
M<Kis*on & Kohl tins.
I S. Burftes A Co.
F. C. Wells & Co.
Lazelle. Marsh A Gardner.
Hall. Dixon A Co.
Conrad Fox.
and others.
Philadelphia, Pa,:
T. W. Ihott A Co.
B. A- Falinestoel; A Co.
Kobert Slioemaker A Co.
French, Richards A Co.
and others,
AND
Ijiina.isTs. (.Harr.Ks. STOREKKEI-FRS. and KKTMI.RRS gen
erally in all CorxTßv TOWNS and VILLAI.KS in the
UNITED STATES.
AT
LEWiSTOWN, F-A.,
£ S'jbl by
CHARLES RITZ,
AND
MRS. MARY MARKS,
AND BY
R. M' KINSLOE, Reedsville.
And by ;he Druggists, Storekeepers and Retailers
generally.
Dealers can order as above.
Or address orders direct—[or if Prices, Terms,
Ac ■ are desired. *3=.send for [1862J Circular,
giving reduced Prices] to
HEYRY R. COSTAR.
PRINCIPAL DEPOT—NO. 452 BKOADWAT, New York.
August 6,1862.-Imo.
.
BAKIv, late o,
deceased, have been gi„...
ed. residing in Berry township.
indebted to said estate are requested iu
up immediately, and those having claims t
present thcui duly authenticated for settle
uient.
T. G. BELL, Adtn'r.
persons having deeds in the Regis
ter's Office, are hereby notilied to call and lift
them, and pay the lees to Samuel \\\ Barr„
who is authorized to receive tire san\c.
Lewistown, Mifiiin co., Sept. 24, iBG2.
Ttll the Truth and Shame the Bevi^
I AM told that Samuel B. Ilaines has said
to a number of MitHin county farmers,
that he made the same kind of horso power
long since, which I am now making, (Pelton's
Patent) ar.d that he found it was not good and
abandoned it, and if any one doubts it he can
show them the wheels. The object of tjiis
communication is to give a history of thosq
wheels as related to me by those who
to know the truth, as follows:
Lewis Wisler some years since brought to
this county a Pelton Horse Power. It waa
left in a place where some one drove against
it with a wagon and broke it. He took it t(£
Samuel B. Ilaines to get it repaired ; Mr.
Haines did not (perhaps could not) repair it,
but set it in the cellar of his shop, where it
remains, and is what he shows as being
his own make. This summer Lewiß Wisler.
sold it to W. P. Graham, giving him an orden
for it, but Mr. liaincs refused to deliver it,
The inference is easily drawn.
1 have no objection to bis making any kind
of machines he li s a right to make; nor do
I wish to divert his customers to myself in
any way hut by their own choice. If I make
the best article the public will fjnd jt out fo£
themselves; I leave them to judge.
I am the sole agent of the Patentee, Sam).
Pelton, for all of Pennsylvania west of the
Susquehanna, and I am not aware of any
privilege to build being granted to any one
before me in the district described, except
A- V- 8,. q rr . JQIIN 11. WEEKES, '
sep24 r 3t Agent.
RBOItUXSS
W ANTBIJ
FOR THE
49TH
PENNA. VOLUNTEERS:
foh Win. H- Irwin, fommantjiiig;
recruit on being mustered into the
J regiment will receive in advance a pre
mium of Four Dollars, 1 Month's Pay,
and 25 Dollars (one fourth) of the SIOO
bounty—the remaining $75 being paid at the
expiration of the service.
This regiment has been in service one year,
has been repeatedly engaged with the enemy,
and is one of the regiments composing the
brigade commanded by Gen. W. S. Hancock.
For further particulars call at the Recruit?
ing Office, on Market street, Lewistown, or at
the Branch Office, near the Conrad House,
Bellefonte, Pa. A. W. WAKEFIELD,
aug27* Ist Lieut. & Recruiting Officer.
Limeburners Coal.
*) ".A TONS Limeburners Coal, for sale at
lowest market prices, by
WM. B. McATEE & SON.
Lewistown, August 13, 1862—tf
SA?0ITI P I E R J
The Family Soajs Maker!
\ LL Kitchen Grease can be made into good
SOAP by using SAPONIFIER.
BgL.Directions accompanying each box.
Soap is as easily made with it, as making a
cup of coffee. Manufactured only by the
Patentees—
Pa. Salt Manufacturing Co.,
febl2-ly No. 127 Walnut street Phila.
NATRGNA GOAL OIL!
WAKRASIED SOX-EXPLOSIVE.
and equal to any Kerosene.
TIfHY buy an explosive oil, when a few
v t cents more per gallon will furnish you
with a perfect oil ?
Made only by PA- SALT MANUFAC
TURING COMPANY,
No- 127 Walnut Street, Phila.
February 12, 1862. ly
pollock'? Dandelion Coffee,
f IMIIS preparation, njade from the best Ja
_L va Coffee, is recommended by physicians
as a superior NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE
for General Debility, Dyspepsia, and all bil
lious disorders. Thousands who have been
compelled to abandon the use of coffee will
use this without injurious effects. One can
contains the strength of two pounds of ordi
nary coffee. Price 25 cents.
KOLLOCK S LEVAIN,
The purest and best BAKING POWDEII
known, for making light, sweet and nutritious
bread and cakes. Price 15 cents.
MANUFACTURED By
M. H. KOLLOCK, Chemist,
Corner of Broad and phestnut streets,
Philadelphia,
And sold by all Druggists and Grocers.
February 26, 1802-ry.
LEWISTOWN BAKERY,
West market Street, nearly opposite the
Jail.
CONRAD ULLRICH, JR. would respect
fully inform bis old customers and citi
zens generally that he continues the Baking
of
BREAD, CAKES, &c.,
at the above stand, where those articles can
be procured fresh every day.
Families desiring Bread, &c. will be sup
plied at their dwellings in any part of town.
Fruit, Pound, Spunge, and all other kinds of
cake, of any size desired, baked to order at
short notice.
Lewis town. February 26, 1862—1y