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REPORTED FOR "-THE GLOBE."
.[BY OUR REPORTER.
Death of a Soldier.
Mr, Edward Cherry, 6." private iii
Capt. DaVid Jones' company of Ty'rone
infaiitt'y, - departed this life at the Ex
thange Hotel, lb this place, on Sunday
inorning)a'st, at 4 o'clock. SOme three
or four weeks ago he was prostrated
by typhoid fever, contracted in camp,
where he lay for five or six days,
when he was brought to the Hotel,
and lingered on until Sunday morning.
He 'resided when at home, at or near
Bell's Mills, Blair co. •He was about
20 years old, and was loved and re
spected alike by friends and' liis
companions in nrins. His company,
in command of Lieutenants Holliday
and Hopkins, marched - into town from
CamP Crosman on Sunday afternOon,
'draped in mourning, to pay their re
'spects to the deceased body. Having
'reached the hotel, theystacked arms
'and in single filo, marched td 'the
'chamber of their dead comrade, to'
!take a last lingering look at one who
:but a short time since, was hale and
liearty,:and enjoying all the realities
'bf a soldier's life with them. We hap
pened to be present when some of the
soldiers entered the room to gaze upon
him for the last time, and we noticed
a tear trickle down the sun-burnt face
of one of the men, as he approached
the bedside, but be hurriedly brushed
it away, and left the room with a sad
and heavy heart. The deceased was
taken to Altoona, accompanied by a
squad of. men, on Monday morning,
where he was buried with all the hon
ors of war.
How sad, and yet how inspiring was
the scene when his comrades marched
into • town with the drum and fife
;pealing forth a solemn dirge, their
:arras reversed, and the badge of mourn
ing worn on their right arm. We say
'that till was sad ; yet inspiring. A
young man was dead, who had left
home, and parents, and all else that
was near and dear to him, fo help save
his country. He had sacrificed all
the comforts of home to fight the
battles for the Union, but ere he was
allowed to face the enemy in mortal
combat he was called from earth to
that " bourne from whence no travel
er ever yet returned." We gazed in
tently for a time at the inanimate
body as it lay dressed in full uniform,
and what thoughts crowded our mind.
We knew it was our duty to chronicle
his death and we thought of what we
o would say and how we would say it,
but nothing we could think of was
high or noble enough to place on rec
ord, in memory of the deceased ; how
ever, we mentally exclaimed: "Peace
be to his ashes," and concluded that
that sentence was the most fitting eu
logy we could pronounce for the brave
man who lay cold and still in death.—
Ms old father sat weeping in one cor
ner of the room, which added still
more solemnity to the scene. That
old man wept as though his heart
would break at his misfortune, in losing
his dear boy. It was a sad moment
of our life, and one that we will long
An envious " euss "—The "ex
reporter" of the Globe. We are com
ing down that way again, soon, my
boy, and we would advise you, in the
meantime, to prepare yourself with
pistols (pocket species) and coffee for
two. Don't forget.—Hol. Standard.
Come on. Wo'll hmnortalizd our
selves then, won't we ? We'll get our
names in the papers, in large letters.
The announcement will appear that
the editor of the " gay and incorrupti
ble" was "shot in the neck," in an af
fitir of honor with the spirited reporter
of the gayest of the gay. Then, you
know, to do the thing up right, we tvia
have to leave for Canada or Tussey's
mountain. That Will be nice. Yes,
sir, come on by all means, and let us
- fight it out with your weapons. We'll
:not do things by halves. No, sir.—
We have the weapons engaged for the
.occasion. You must remember, how
.ever, that we can hit a bull's • eye at
twelve hundred yards every clip, but
you needn't back out on that account.
4 , l'm fox the Union Still."
While passing along Washington
street the other evening, and when
just opposite the "calaboose," we heard
the voice of some one, but we could
i not make out for a moment, where tho
.sound came from, as we could see no
gone about, so we stopped to listen, and
tdirectly_the jolly fellow broke out in a
mew strain, singing very leisurely,
"I'm for the union, union, union,
f-t,r the tittittn still."
It appears that the poor fellow had
been unfortunate enough to get. into
the above named institution, and in a
merry mood tats whiling _away tile
time by asserting his devotion to the
Union, although he was in "durance
vile." We will bet an old "niekle" we
have been carrying in our pocket for
:a month, (the only change we have
had) that that fellow will never turn
" sccesh" as long as he is as good hu
moredas he appeared to be wlum he
was declaring himself to be in thvor
of the Union still, while in the lock-up,
for if anything will make a man cross,
it is when he gets into a place of that
kind. Another thing, you will gener
ally find the secessionists to be a stupid,
crabbed, crusty 'set of people, always
iu a bad humor at themselves and ev
erybody else, and everything is always
going wrong for them•.
gas; Ellen Murray, formerly Miss
Drityton, of this place, died near Wash
ington city on the 16th inst.
Dar A report is current on our streets
thatCaPt. J. D. Campbell, has been pro
moted to the Majorship of his regiment.
We hope it is true, for ,J,irn is an ener
getic, persevering fellow, and deserves
promotion. lie is a good soldier,- and
will give a good account of himself if
he ever gets a chalice at, the, enemy.
We also hear it stated that his com
pany has been in an 'engagement. .We
give the rumor as we got' it and for'
what it is worth.
A "Gunn GOAK."—Bonsall, of the
Juniata Register, gives notice that
"money is still taken at his office in
payment of subscription, job work,
advertising, printing tickets, &c.—
wherthe can get it." ' Our boss says
he won't refuse money either, if it is
,to'him in a proper manner and
in the right spirit. If his delinquents
don't believe it, let them try it on once.
SHAKSPEAREAN CLUB.—Some of the
young ladies and gentlemen of this
place, are about organizing a Shahs
pearean Club. We hope it will be
done. how much better to Spend the
long winter nights in some useful em
ployment, than in lounging about the
street corners, hotels, stores, and shops.
On Wednevflay morning, October loth, by Rev. 0.1 - nn
At Odalen. Wm. 11. 11. MovrnobE, Ea.!, of Cronmeil tp••
to Thos . CATHARINE E. FUMING, Of Dublin tp.—nll of this
ILFUFF'S SALES.—By virtue of
k 7 sundry writs of 'Vend. Exp. and Lev. Fa. to
me directed, I will expose to public sale or outcry, at the
Court Haase, in the borough of Huntingdon, ON MON
DAY Tllll lieu DAY OF NOVE3IBEIt, 1501, at two
o'clock, P. M., the following described Real Estate, to wit:
AU that certain messaage tenement. plan-
Innen and tract of land situate in Dublin township Hun
tingdon cmmty. and Hate of Pennsylvania, bounded by
lands of James Neely, William Steam t, and other s. coa
t lining one handy al and erxtecu acres and aixt3-five
p •rches, 11101 P or le-s. patented.
Also—A small tract of lend adjoining lands of James
Neely, James Holly. and Jame,. CI PP, in Dol,tin W4E1131141
aforesaid. containing seventeen steles. more or less.
Also—. 4. small tract of ridge land, adjoining the above.
described tract. , containing four teen acres and one hun
dred and thirty-six perches, part whereof Is cleared
Seigel:l and token in execution. and to be sold as the prop
erty of William Campbell.
A t,so —lOO neres of land, more or less. sit
uate in Cronrw, II ton trship, hounded by binds of—
Price, Pinion Gratz, 11 Munn Wallace, and 'rhos I from
a I 11. about 40 acres of IN )1101 RIP Eh-el ed. haying thereon
or, eIPII Ole/ log houses. surd on the premises the% e is no
apple and vaunt orchard. Seined and talon to execution,
nun to be sold as the property of Solomon Banks.
tit" All sales advertised for tire fire/ day the Coml•
will be adjourned over until the Ild lowing Wedrre , day. and
deeds achnow !edged on Wednesday nt tire second Court
week. JOHN C. WATSON, :theca.
Houtingdon, Nor, 22, 1861. f
TRIAL LIST-N OV EMBER TERM,
Mllimn Patten et at vs Jams Ent-elan, et at
I•. it. IV igtan •t ea. vs Jost.: t Johns.
1..1 Wigtoo & hr.,. roe ose vs Nunn.
J. £J. A. llogge, ty vs Thom, IPe•ton, Esq.
J. A. Hog. ty Is Some.
Jnnie.,(lniclon N. Cn•s;nrll J.. Willi:owl.
l% illlctill c'l utsley Vs Michael J. )1.0 till, et 111
Tlccmc,os ‘Vicstocc, jr. vi Thum. Weston.
J. I I esscrc.ll vi l'. ltrcc.ctl.stctice. et al.
.1. ❑.pints vs J Ccinctinglicat, admr.
• I,t 011 RO:It v' J S..iv ell Stem alt
John D. II t'glit r. 4 J... l'emolPtott el nl.
lien•ler. lAA ,S. Co. TS '1 In. M. reilith. et al.
N me) , I:o..iliorn vs Sam Guovitorit ' s atlmr
!)acrd O. Thisall so JOllltill'al 0 . 0, Z. dal
NTOT IC E.— •
'll . The Post taro dorgriniont having isNuml the non
Pouage Ft wow of all denominations. notice is Inrreb3
tn that an rxelodigo of the m cv for the old Ntanips n 11l be
nude at this ollice for a period of Nix days frt. thin date,
alloy which Onto the old btampi will unit be oreived nor
soot Lana tins tniTier. LH. McIIUGII, P. M.
Ponelton P. 0., Oct. 17, 1861.
T RE K S, &C.,
FOR THE AUTUMN OF ISGI,
AT LOW PRICES.
The suh=eribet a invite attention to their large and w ell
grnw•u stock of Pratt Tiers, cont,i4ting, of apple. pear.
peach. elle' plum, apricot, quittre. de., de. Dunnt'
pot , apple and cla•rt tr ee=. Al4o the small ft nit, cinch
as grapes currant.. goo4ola•riles, t a4pbet I ice, Wad:bor
t tea. and strati berries of the inaqt detorable sorts. Also,
o largo steels crf ut or iticcrecrs arra .torte nee,
They will •ell at prices much below usual rates, and oiler
great imhmemeuts to lima hugely.
TAYLOR & ORF.3IF.R.
Huntingdon, Oct. 17, It ;61
T osT.—On Monday lest, on the road
lending front Petend.ng to \Cann Spring, a pock
et book. containing a fine dollar bill on the Commerce
Bank of Virginia, and several papers and letters of intem
est only to the owner. The tinder can keep the $l, but
is earnestly requested to return to this office the papers,
us they will be of no uec I, anybody hut myself.
Tllo.ll.lff 11. WIIITIAKEIt.
"Globs Office,” Oct. 15, 1861.
ALWAYS ON HAND
" UNION RESTAURANT, "
OPPOSITE THE EXCHANGE HOTEL.
Traffics and parties qopplicd on short notice.
call at the Union Ifretaurant," if Sou wont a plate of
ilontsugdon, Oct. 15, ISel.
-R EC ISTE S N OTIC E._
II hereby gitcu, to nil persons interested,
that the 1011011ing named per6on‘, 111140 settled their ac
counts in the Ilegisho's °lnce, at linntingdon. and that
the said accounts will he piciAlited for coat illation anti
aIiOISIIIICR at an Oiplians' Com I to be held a: Huntingdon,
11.111 i fur the county of Huntingdon. on Monday the 11th
day of Nos anther- nest (1.541.) to in it : .
'I. Final account of &nowt Isett. Guardian of Ccl uoli•t
Scott. oho toss a minor child of Dr. Oh, er G. Scott, late
of nirminginnu borough, Huntingdon county, deed, now
in her majority.
2. Administration account of Allen Edwards. Adminiiii.
miter of Jos h ua E,loutde, Into of Tod town-Jiip, Hun
tingdon county, deed.
3. The aecount of Kinney MeDalutn. eels of the Trus
tees of Thomas S. McCehan. under :lie Wilt of John Mc-
Cabin , ESI . l'-1e of the hdi °ugh of I I unt inadon. deed.
4. Trust account if John Jackson. Trustee tosell the Real
Estate of John Conrail. late of Jackson ton °ship. dec'il.
6, 'oho account of thmfftpt Miller, Trivdeo appointed to
sell the Lod Estate of aatutie.l Thompson, late of West
tom whip. deed.
B. ALcount of Graffus Miller, Trustee, to sell the Real
Estate of Join French Tate of Tell township. deed.
7. The, Iteconnt4 of John B. Frazier•. Administrator illlff
Trustee to colt the Beal Estate of James I tlson and
M Bilotti .1. Wilson. late of Wog towt+hip, deed.
8 The suppleinenl.tl accoont of .1. lif unry NleCnlinu.
one of 1110 11xecutors of the last Will null 'f,..,tament of
.10110 31cralisin bite of the bor..ugh of
dent. Pal tin) account.
11,A.Nli'L W. WOMELEDORY, Register
Iltintingtl,,D, Oct. 14, IS6I.
Shade Gap, Huntingdon Co., Pa.
A School for Young Ladies & Gentlemen
The next se.=nion of this snout talon will apes the first
Wedn,ll.ty of No, ember. Din log the p.o.t session this
I listittt ion has tut went unit n cline of nit, teen to iciness,
mill its pi ...peck. not% ItliAntilling the ill‘trActed state of
the onntr) hare not been mon. 'Mite, lug for .mine
In future there milt ben NormAt Department Attached to
the Institution, in which those wishing to become teach
et s. mill nec,'ne practic.ll instrootion in the nit of teach
ing. The n loch nituwood Ac.idemy /Ms out
111 those Mg nil alnnutunq Mud to tonr ,, ii o initialing a
sift' place to send their seas and dnnghtere, cannot 00
surpass..d. whilst its terms me moilmate.
Tennis per sioision of tire months. payable quArtetly is
Painting. Dancing, Arm.. at the usual est a chat
gee. Dor (us ther part kid:. 8 addl . ..
IV. U. WOODS. Poncipal.
or W. M. WILLI A MS. A ss't. Principal,
Shade lisp. Iluntingdou cu., Pa.
A BATTLE FOUG UT !! !
A BRILLIANT VICTORY WON
engagenu9ft a lath lasted f, m•nrly four
clan,.! 11111, at last tooled the anon, sod capluted a huge
sumbet of !Nowise' 4, Flits to Knives nor! a great
quotatty of estop equipage. stud Whet valuable at mitts
s bleb I linausliatt ly dipped by railroad flout oho field of
❑orlon, sod uotv an soil nee
On opening nod examining the a &nettles captured, they
ware romul to coma melt an endless variety of Hard
e and Ciltbly of every Ulna, time I can supply elm
peoplo of all nges and claws; even front n toy for an inn•
tent to a snppot ting cane for the feeble old matt. Days
or gills. Lou do or Ladles, Soldiers or Citizens. Llonsekeep
eta or Bottnilens. Fanners or Nleclianics, Lanyers or Doc
tore. nnybody and everybody tufty be famished with ft
useful memento of thin en entful battle by calling at the
Hardware Store of
Huntingdon, Oct. I, 1901
XECUTOR'S NOTICE. ,:•
[Estate of ilrm. Armstrong, decict. •
Letters Testamentary upon the last will and testament
of Wm. At mirtiong. late of West township, Huntingdon
county, deceased have beet granted to the subscriber.—,
All persons indebted ate requeatt.d to make huntediato
p.tyment, and those having claims will present them
properly authenticated to me.
Oct. 7, 1861-6t*
W A S II MON " C r O A II ab l o ‘ n l t i\ t i o l q l u S it . forming, m ill offer
at public axle, nt Coffee Min, ou
Saturday, 19th day of October, inst.,
atlo o'clock. A. 31., two 1101E01*, one three hot co aogon
one too horde cart logo, three 8011.9 harneWi, ISAMU, to i
dle, two 'sleighs. too faulting mills. and a gr cat variety
Of Other property toe extereese to enumerate.
Toms rea,anable. Conditions made known at ealo.
MEMBER ELLSWORTH ?
FISHER & SON
THE PUBLIC ARE INVITED TO CALL
EXAMINE OUR GOODS.
FISHER & SON.
Oct. 7, 1861.
FALL AND TVLYTER,
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For a enfiernen'e Clothing of the best motorist, and made
to the best soot lannolike manner, call at
opposite the 'Flanklin House m Market :mum, limiting
don. [Oct. 7. 1861.1
THE WAR GOES ON !
D. P. GWIN
lIAS JUST OPENED
FALL AND WINTER
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM
Oct 3, MI
ATOIt'S NOT IC E.-
[Edahl qf Benjamin Oznult. deed.)
Letters of Atlinitue,ti anon upon tho estate of Benjamin
Os,,alt. Lite 01 Juniata township. ;maim; been
monied to tho ninisi , igned, all persons having claims
against the estate. me legitosted to pe esenr tin 01 (41 la,a
nutlet signed and all poisons indebted u ill make immedi
ate pa, snout. JOHN O,WAI,T,
Our. 3, IS6I-Ct° isti situ,
c i ff AY .
k Came to iesidenee of the subscliber in Hopewell
too n.hip, about the loth of September. n light led COW
Ullll .1 131 ge obits spot on het back mid a slat on het
tot (Await of medinm size and soppte,ed to bo about five
ye.ti a old. rho owner is tennested to come fumy trd,
move property. pay chat gee, and take her away, other
wide she will be dispoded of according to law.
DAVID 11. SHULTZ.
Oct. I, 1861..
NEW NATIONAL LOAN.
Seven and Three-Tenths Per Cent
NOW READY FOR DELIVERY AT TILE OFFICE
JAY COOKE & CO.,
No. 114 South Third Street,
Pursuant to Instructions from the Secretary of the
Treasury. the Subscription Rook to tho NEW NATIONAL
DIAN 01 Tt easury Notes, bearing interest at the rate of
seven and thiec-tentha per cent. per annum, will remain
open at my office,
NO. 114 S. TIIIRD STREET,
until further notice, from 8 A. M. till 5 P. M., and ou
Monday a till 9 P. 51.
These notes will be of the dcmonination of FIFTY
DOLLARS, ONE. HUNDRED DOLLARS, FIVE HUN
DR ED DOLLARS, ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, and
FIVE 'I: ITOUSAND DOLLARS, nod me all deed 1515 of
A ugnst, 1861, poyable to gold, n tin re yeai a, or converti
ble into ato only years' nix per cent. loan. at the option
of the holder. Each Trenton p Note hos interest coupons
attached. ohm!' can be cut elf end collected in gold at the
Mint es ery sit months. nod at the rate of one cent per
dal, en each h ft y dollars.
l'at meets of subscriptions way be made in :old or
Checl.s. or Notes of any of the
PARTIES AT t DISTANCE can trend by their It feuds through
the loath or by express, or though Banks. and the Ti
ury Notes %lilt be immediately deflected, or sent to ouch
stiotcriber as they rutty several() direct.
Parties remitting must add the interest front 1911) of
August. the date of all the notes, to the day the remit.
taboo reaches Philadelphia, at tho rate of ono cent per
day on each fifty dollars.
Apply to or addle.
JAY COOKE, SEINCRIPTIoN ARENT,
Cale of Jay Cool, & Co., Baal,
No.lll South Third Street, Philadelphia.
Oct. 7, 1861.
TRUSTEE'S SALE of REAL ES
she undmigned nustee, appointed by the Court to sell
the neat Estate of Jocuh CUI f u n. n. I,de of the too °ugh of
Caßiville. deceased. .111 expose to Public bale, • u the
plc:lose% In Ca., tos ustdp. Iluntiogdon county, t•a., on
Friday, let November, 1861,
The following Real Estate, to nit: One good farm con
taining 172 aides, mole tir less, and bounded by lauds of
Philip Correil on the north. Conrad Cut (man and Chris.
tom Miller on the smith, and dame,: lienstettint on the
ens[; having about lon titles cleat et! 100111/ good Mae
cultivation. upon „his h are the feiWxiug. 11111011 g 10 alp
other impi °Yemenis: A 1051 ninny log hom,e, double log
barn WWI It good granary attached, 2 excellent apple
inehards. and a SAW-111111 00111111 e water pont,.
The fain is nell snpplicd with never failing spilogs,
and lane 141 1 11 e It 011111101 lb Ibis moral t) so bill two
miles front I 115,0 le and taelve miles nom the 1'101115)1•
15111 in !Inwood at Mill Cu e-1: It is inimitably iiihiptetl to
the 'acting of stock. stud common& n good home market.
Possession will be given on this let of Apt it, 1802.
on the [itemises in this borough of C 1,9, ille,
On Saturday, 2d day of November 1861,
The following additional property. is, wit Two lots of
ground fronting on Main street 172 feet, and extending
book 160 feet too street; lots adjoining each tither,
and bounded by Moiii street on the east, 011 Ole north by
an alley. and 011 the booth by lot belonging to the bobs
of Jose fight; haling on them a good two-story log
weather-bonded lonise, nith a Riches, wood 'lOOBO, wan.
wry, stable and opting.
Also : At the name time. four other Into. adjoining rub
other and containing about half an °me each. limiting on
,MMII street. and bounded oil the ninth by lot of 1,111.11b1 1 111
Oil loom, 011 the 804111 by tot of Caleb So ope's heirs, and
on the 01111 by mountain ion roy. '1 hese are all desirable
lots. Possiii.sinti will be given on confirmation of-de.
Solo will commence each day at im suits It. A. M.
'Chill , IS OF OM.' of the pinchare mono)
to be ti sitl sin co m fit illation of sale, one third in sine gear.
ith interest. end this le,idne sit the death of tile widow
of ds eedent. with intment [hot eon to be paid to the widow
annually and regillai dialog her 11111111 M life. to be on.
cured by the bonito and non [gage of the pus elms,.
For ally fin tier information concei Lang the above
piemi.ses, apply to
LtHVTS STRVINI, Trustee.
Cass, die, Iluntingslon Co., Pa.
September 7, 1561 —lin,
A FRESH ARRITrxt.L
ALL ms nom 13 FRESII AND PRIDE
CALL AND SEE.
pDOTS ,AND SHOES.
Me Just received a hew' stock of
Boots & Shoes, whit Is he sill he pit seed to have examined
by the public genantlly. Ills assortment consists of Beets
and Shoes of WI kinds fur Gentle,men and Ladies, made in
the bust manner.
Ile also ctmt 'noes to manufacture to order all kinds of
Boots and Shros. and tottu ris thanks for the patronage ho
has het etoloa teccived, and hopes to met it a continuance
of the same,
11. 01101) 15 In tho Diamond. ono duoi east of &tette'
Store. where the pull] tc will please call.
Huntingdon, Oct. 1,1861-41.
NOTICE TO THE CITIZENS OF
This Ls to giro milk° that no pet MI nil! be paid or al
lotted by the lilt ectere of the Poor, on tircennt of any
pauper getting hurt or other wise needing relict; until tin
at der is granted for the r. lief of ..uid pauper, and the same
Is presented to' os. Morrison. who in the authorized agent
In the pt antigen, or othetui.so handed in to the Baud or
Oil cc tore.
D. CLARKSON, )
IV. MOOS E, }Directors of Pour.
S. ['MORTAL • • •
SL it leysburg, Oct. 3, 1S(11.-3t.
1 - I, 4 XECUTOR'S
Lettet a Testamentary upon the last will and testa.
uncut of IV'Mani :Matra, Into of ilarree township. Hun
tingdon county, deceased. Jim, Leen granted to the sub
scriber. All persons indebted nre'requested to notice im
mediate payment. and those inving chums will ptedent
them propetly authenticated 16 Tue.
Sumo ton nship,
Oct. 1; - Hunt. co., Pa.
F ALL AND WINTER
Hill Sheet, one dour west of Cornion's
MITI( A mr. ASSORTMFNT OP
GENTLEMEN'S' DRESS GOODS.
PLAIN' AND FANCY YESTINDS,
the neatest and hest that could be found in the city, all of
which he will t.the pleasure in exhibiting, oust malting
lip to older. It will Lost nothing to call and examine he,
gond, Call Rona.
Huntingdon Sept. 21, 1841.-3113
OLD MEN. TAKE NOTICE-
That the male; signed me about raising a company of
Illell nt or forty-fist 3 ear. or age, in pal:twice of a call of
the Governot of Pennsylsania, to serve no latnatty rot
three years or dui lox Iho war, in the set s nut of the United
All persons oho &lied jojoin this complus mill please
rel art theinsellett to either of the undersiontsl;
.101 IN FILEN NI,II, Mendelson tp.
MI LLEII, Oneida Ip.
31.111111 M CAMPBELL, UlllOll tp.
CLOT HE YOURSELVES!
HIGH PRICES DEFEATED !
Now is the Time to buy Cheap Clothing!
Repecifully infuuu [lin public gonmally that he has
tecelved a lingo nut ‘,ll selected stilt k f la,bionable
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING,
to nhiell Ito 11 , 1:3 the attention of all alto are m want of
it neat and control table Coat. a Vent or a pan ut
s•ocit nib' bear emlsonation. and he teopectfoll3
imple.ta all to call and ,ee fur thearelves.
I-honld gentlemen trite any pit neut.ir kind or eat of
clothing not loom! in the stock on halal, by laming then
inewatie they eau be accommodated at blunt notice.
A good n.,ortntent of
BOUTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, IC., &C.,
%Till alo he found on lonia. All of which u all be mad :19
hint. It riot than Oro BRNO qt.tlity of goods illll be
Intl lir Ht. courtly.
Call al Ulu coiner of the Diamond. Long's neu building
M. UT 31 A N
Hntingdon, Sept. 19, 1861
XTOI . LCE.-
1 I Notice is hereby given lint all pet cons lonnm log
tin vo , ttloco indebted t, t Duncan. Coffee fins. either
no loud: account or Whet ale regnitoted to rOlllO t /1 ,
nun miter settlement no he htettlilzietoed or ilia mall 9
sunk to WITII.IIO 410,11 ' ho het. niter cat ty 101-d
-11054. at his old ni ntCoflen Hun. Ile 10C1/111111,1114 Mr
Match to 1119 old cuottanutts 0-1 n gentleman and n good
and col 'err lithium , 1111111 and 11 1 0•1110.1 1110111 that thuoe to
ing biro mith a c.di xill inn9atiorortonily dealt n lilt.
Thole mho totem to settle their aceounto mill find me at
my old stalk] at Colice Run.
COFFEE RUN, Sept. 13, 1361
Novi CE Tn TA X COLLECTORS
The urgent necessity for money to pay the families of
soldiers in the morn and fin the cur rent expenses of the
county requires that yon collet 1 and pay to the Treasurer
immediately in a hole. or In OIL the 4000110 t of your du
plicates. All roller tots for Ino, and pre, taus 3'eal S. me
hereby notified that they can he 110 longer indolged. All
collectors for ISi 0 alio have not had their eNllooolntionv
ail] apply for the in at the C0M1111340111.1Y Office on the
23d inst. After that date judgments will he entered nod
J. ' , LESSER.
I‘l. F. CA:01 , 11E1AI, }Cumin is'a
September, 12, 1861.
Aroh Street, Above Third ) Philada,
UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor.
This lintel is central, convenient by Passenger
Cars to all parts of the City. and iu every partmitlar adap
ted to the comfort and wants of the business public.
AZ —Terms. SI.SO per day. -- VV,
Sept. 00, 1501: lc.
WASHINGTON NOT TAKEN!!
OUR FLAG STILL WAVES.
NEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS!!!
R _gee Run &dm, and Newburg'
SIMON COIN has Just received from the Onshore Cat
lee, a Large Itsiortinent of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Qom enstral r. Flue duvet e,
Milting, Bonnets, Shawls,
Huts, Cup,, Lirmts. Vita,
anal all oilier nrticles kept in counity More,. SI Inch he is
Niel Ing at inn 31111111noill StorON. at Correa Itlin Station and
Nem but g. tit unusually low pt ices. Thc ladies egteciully,
tiro im lied to call and examine his Sanity 00041:1.
Having nrrnttg•onents uith !RI
other earaet 0 citLz,, no to rail, to b u y his g e,,,t, r h ea p.
er than other country merchants. and can consequently.
undersell them I To exchange for gond+, he takes all
kinds of countt y produce at the highest cash prices. By
strict attention to the wants or (listen., he hopes to
receive a continuation of the liberal potion:Sp milt o bleb
he has been heretolot e favored,
Mr. Cohn is Agent of tho Broad Top R. R. Co.. at Coffee
Ron Station, and Is prepared to chip all kinds of 01.1111 to
the Eastern markets. flaring tt large Ware Room, far
mers ran store Rhin 111111 until ready to ship. Every con
venience trill be affoulod thorn.
rrREES ! TREES ! TREES !
lIE andel signed invite attention to their large and well
grown stock of
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
Shrubs, &T.. embracingn largo tol complete assortment of
APPLES. PEARS. PEACHES. PLUMS, CHERRIES. And
NIZTARIN ES, Standard for the Orchard, and Dom f for
ENULIsII WALNUTS, SPANISH CHESTNUTS, HA
ZLENUTS. Ac.. RASPBERRIES. ARA WHERRIES, CUR
RANTS and GOOSEBERRIES In pear ratiety.
Grapes of Choisost IClnds, Asparagus,
Rhubarb, &c , &c.
Also a fine stock of bell hunted. bushy EVERGREENS.
sultable for the Coatotat y and Lao u.
for .311,4 planting and a general usgot moot of
Ornamental Trees &Flowering Shrubs ßOSES of choice ,sat leties. CAMELLIAS, BEDDING
PLANTS., ke., tte.,
Our stock I' remarkably Guilty and flue, and we offer it
at prices to suit the times.
AM - Catalogues mailed to nil applicants.
Address, EDWARD .1. EVANS it CO.,
Ctntral Nurseries, York, Pa.
Sept. 12, 11,91 -9w.
ENVELOPES AND PAPER
FOR SALE AT
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
- HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
.1 Benet dent Inilibition e,tabli,hed vecial Endatuniciit.
for the Relief of the Sick and Di.,tresaed, afflicted milli
Virulent and Lpidenac Diectizes. and especially ft, the
Cue of Distorts et! the Sextud Organs.
Medical Ads ire guru ri atis, by the Acting Surgeon, to
all who apply by letter. mitt, a description of then condi
tion. (age, occupation. habits of tire, &c. ,) and in Caere of
extreme [revel!). Medicines tarnished free of charge.
Value ble It eporti on Spermatin t lima. and other Diseases
of the Sexual organs, and on the nee Reined ies employee
in the Dispensary, sent to the afflicted in sealed letter en
velopes, true of charge. Too or three Stamps fur postage
will he acceptable.
Address. DR"). SEMEN HOUGHTON. Acting Sur
geon, Howard AsAociation. Nu. 2 South Muth SD cet,Phil.
adelphia, Pa. By order or tho I:Breams.
EZRA D. HARTWELL, President.
GEO. FAIRCHILD, kecrelary.
Dee. 10,1860.4 v.
CULL at the new CLOTHING STORE
ki or aturmAN & CO., if yon want a good at Hide of
Clothing. Store room in tong's new building, In the Dla
ond, Ilgntingd Sept. 0, 7057.
• [AUTHORIZED EDITION.)
By Major William Gilham, 11, S. A
Juit publlille4 and for sale at LIMIS' BOOK STORE.—
Complete iu one volume. Pi me $l.OO.
UNITED STATES INFANTRY
For the instruction, exercise, and manecurree
of the United States Infantry, including Ito- Q
Pantry of the Line, Light Infantry, and Bill°. '
men, prepartd under the dirt ctiou of the War
Pepsi talent, and andanized and adopted by ".,
the Secretary of War, May Ist, 1861. contain- ,
fog the school of the soldier, the school of the ,
co.P.Y ; lush action Per bitirrnibliere. and the
gene; at calla; the rolls forsichmisherti, and the
school of the battalion; including the at tides
of a.tr and a dietion'm y of gni Him y terms.
Complete in one velum. Pried $1.'21. For
sale at Lee is' Book Store.
TIIE HANDY BOOK
UIVIT ED STATES SOLDIER,
On corning into service: contain ing coniplete system of
instruction m the School 01 thu Sahli.), with /I pi
13 I xplaniiiion of thu formation ofa 13alt.ilion 9n P.iraile,
the POllllOO of the officers. being a first book or
introduction to autlun met] U.S. Infantry Tactics, just pub-
Pltce 2J cents. For sale at
Ilardee's Rifle and Light Infantry
Complete in 2 vols. Price $1.50. For salent
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
The Books sent by mail to any addiess on the re.
eipt of the mice.
Huntingdon May 28, 1861.
F ANCY FURS, FANCY FURS.
ARCH Street, betueen
Miami 6th Sts,
818 Market St.,)
Toner & 31noollictiwer
nod Denim m all Mods
FANCY FUIIS. for La
n' Mils. and Chtt
!laving now manufbc
red and in store toy usu
large and beautiful us.
Amen t of all the sou tom,
(.3 les nod qualitit, of
U ItO, adapted to the mo
ms kali nod Wolter re.,.
nuns, I would I wetivtly
ins no examination of
my stork and prices nom those intending, to purellasr, ns
I UM enabled to offer them sell desb able Inducements.
All icy Fula have been plii - elm , ed for cash. nod made
by expo' Rowed nod competent hands, and no the present
monetni:, ttonbles louder it nece,,bary that I should dis
po.,c of my goods at eery soul advance on cost.
I am sati,limi that it still 110 to the interests of those
who drags purelmong, to glx e me a ctn.
Recollect, the name. number nod street: Mtn Fe
ono, (Sew Fur Stored 718 Al th Shoot, Philadelphia.
1527 and 1525 SPRUCE sTitEET, PHILADELPHIA.
This Institute conthicted for too yenrs past, in thin city,
by slarnon. CIIEGUIAY and her niece . .S1
upon the salmi prinriples A Monday, rile in New York. n410 , -
11 , 11,1 there in the year 1, 14. nili to-open un onday,
Sept. 16th. with its ir-ual ample and complete provision
for ti3O ed...tion or youn g lAdies, under the direction of
Madame Wiles, illy. Cir.uhu s, Anti all requi-ite infoi mo
tion. cao be obtano d on appllcation to the Principal.
A 0g0. , ,t 13, 15L1. 31n.
Folt EVERYBODY : --
TRY THE NEW STORE,
On frilr.Slrrel opposite ..,1,1111011.3
SUGAR and MOI,ISSF,S.
COFFEE. TEA um] CIIOCOLATE.
FLOUB, FISH. SAM and VINEIt Alt,
CONFECTIONERIES. CIGARS and TOBACCO,
SPICES OF THE BEST, AND Atl, KINDS,
and off) other article fund in a Grocery Store
Druga. Ole e Shag,
Paints. Val Mottos. Oils mid Spts. Turpentine,
Hold. Alcohol. 01.1,a mel Putty,
PEST DINE and IlftA elJi for medical purposes
TII I: lIEST PATENT MEDICIN P.S.
And a large uttnibei of an tides too nuineroto, to mention
The public genet all) will please call nnd examine to,
tlu moelse , , and km I/ my pt less,
Huntingdon, May 5, IK,$)
SOUND ON THE
BOOT & SHOE QUESTION
tins Jiist °vivid Ole hest astral
Io Lis Boa. °ter Watch to Huallaga..
His stock of 1101 ITS and StiflES for Ladies, Cimino-,
men, Boys and Children, comprises all Owl). 1,
manutatnuted of Om Lent
Also. n flue ns..rtinant of HATS for nun, Bo.)ii
nail Chadian. 110011 in great satiety lot Gantlt
tnng lasdiev. Mis.es m1,1(110.1,11. CAltal..T HAUS,
bUSPENDERS, GAItTLIIS, FANS, dc, de.
SOLMLEATIIER, CALF SKINS, MOROCCO, LAST:
and SHOE-Ft NDI NOS genet ally.
Thankful fur past favors, a cuntinuanco of the some he
revect fully nohcited.
N. 11.—Boots and Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen, ro
pairpl and ;mole to order.
Huntingdon, April 24, 18611,
T HE NEW STORE
WALLACE & CLEMENT,
dare just received another stock of now goods. such ns
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENSW ARE. &C.,
in the store room nt tire south.enst corner of the DI mond
in the borough of Itnotingilon.
Their Stock hoc been carcially selected, and 16111 ho
Bold low for cosh nr cnontry produce.
llootingdon, April 15, Iblll.
BOOTS sr, SHOES !
1.,..4D/E8 AND CIENTI / E NEN",
LEVI WESTBROOK'S STORE
All In onnt of Tloota nod Shoes. for old or young, are
requested to call and examine my !stock,
Huntingdon, May 3. 1861. •
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
Window Curtain Papers,
./TTORNEY AT LAW,
Jnn. 2, 1861—if.
CARPET Sacks and Fancy Baskets at
D. P. MIN'S.
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
oos p *%
c 4 g
.44 r 4
A LARGE STOCK
LEWIS' BOOK STORE
ORAFFUS MILLER, Proprietor,
NEW AIR LINE. TO: YEW
erk..; ;17.t.73,r4 - • .
ORA WA , 13 Mil*
AND IN DISTANCE' AND QUICK
. EST IN TIME
BETWEEN-TIIE TWO CITIES OF NEW TORN AND
DARE - 18DM I VIA READINO, ALLENTOWN
AND EASTON. " "
MonNING Expness,'West, loaves New York nt 6 A: ;Al.
rrsvi rig at Itarristeeg at 12.45 noon, ouiy boula be
weer the too eider.
Matt LINE leaves New York nt 12,C0 noon, and arrives
t llar Isburg at 8.30 P.
MORNING MAIL LINE. East. learss Ilarriabarg at 3.00
M., arriving at ;Vow York at 420 P. M.
AFTENNOON EXPRESS LINE I:lvit, leaves llarribbnig at
1.15 P. V.. arming nt New Yolk at 9.00 P. )1. •
•. • ... .
Connections are mad,. at !tallithim; at 1.00 P. 11., will
the Paasengor Tt alai In theli direction on the Pennaylva
nia, Cupdlerpu,d d'alley . and Not thel u Cou,tral Railroad.
All tzaina'connoct nt Mottling with trains for Potthillle
and Philadelphia, and at. Allentown fortllancli Chank,
No change of Passenger Cara or Baggage between New
York aud Harrisburg, by Iho 0.00 A. N. Line from New
York or the the 1.15. P. N. from Harrisburg.
For beauty of scenery, odd 'speed, comfort mid llCCOlll
modation, this route preseuta superior inducemeuts to the
to chug public. - •
Fore between New York and Harrisburg fire &Bare.—
For ticket° and other information nopiy to
cLYDB, General Agent z Harrisburg. .
July 10, 1860.
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
Tim: OF LEAFING OF TRAINS
lITST R.f RD.
Nen ton Hamilton,
Mill Ct. eek
iSin two Clock,.
Is and deakrn nt to
nvelnpos. for Furth.
ante to su , ent
p in variety el
Jolla t 1161
tali s) So2,Cli,
COAL OIL!! COAL OIL!!!
James A. Brown sells tho genuine " PORTLAND }ZERO
SE?: E:' on COAL Oils dear as uder.
This Is the only hind of oil that gives entire satisfarffoss
as on agent for light.
Donate of comae' foils and collared edition oils. They
emit au offensive smell and smolt°.
A lingo variety also of
COAL OIL LAMPS,
Chimneys. (Thaws, Wicks. Borne' e. Shades, &c.. Sc., sold
at tits very honest prices, at the,llardn e :tore, Itin...ting
NEW CIGAR AND TOBACCO
STORE. T. A. HANINAII,
A practical tobacconist. hoe opened a now TOBACCO
STORN AND CHIA It-Al ANUSACEORY. on Allegheny St,
one door west of the Broad Top Bailroad Office, where lie
has on hand a largo assortment of pi line Cigars and To.
blew, n loch he will sell either Is ilOVS:t10 Or retail. Store.
keepers. shopkeepers, and all Whole who deal in the need
should ell). 1114 prices are low. Call and ace.
Huntingdon, Nov. i, ISO).
- 1/ EADY - 11 ECK Pt
1,,, A coutpleto Pocket Ready lteeltoner, in dollars
and cents. to tom hkh are added lotion of Notes, Bilh, Re
ceipt:7. Petition., gc., together trial a net of useful tables,
containing tote of littlest Hors one dollar to twelve them,
nod. hy the single day, malt a table of mages and board
t r y the or col: loot th,y, (111hikhed in 1859. For Fate at
LEiris , BOOK KTOKE.
1 - ) ITELTMATISAI CIJ111411).
f Mr. JOHN 1\ er.. manufacture% n
MENT 1+ sure to flllO lih-um.vwm. Noente.
no pat. Prt,ons led hlionl.l call and try the medmine.
Call at nil te,itlente iu 15,4111,14t0n su evt, one door ne - ,t
of Levi Westlnook.
11 Oatmgdnn. Motel, 20,1801.
- VOTICE TO ALL !!
'1•lle salerriber. MK, hao for mote !hall oil" year. Carr e.I
on busulcs in eeimploy with )10 , 1i. N. IIIIANDY, 11. (ii':,
Wathamn, and Mr. 1. vatic Iliac. lints this day dissoir•d
letnineelh.p toah the above fit All elalllllllolinst the
old lit nt a ill lie paid In) the subscriber•, and all those he
dont.al to the In no north pay Lim.
CLOCKS, .-,,,, WA TCHES
and JEW ELRY „„,- nlw.t,s 6r reodred. A
good stock of CUM . . WATCUES nod Jt., - ELRI
w ill 10, kept on han d .' for cobtonme. oho 10113
favor him M I Ell II coll.
Huntingdon, Marcl 2, Isa
rpHE "GLOBE JOB OFFICE" is
the most complete of any in the country, and pos.
.vs the most ample facilities fur inmaptly executing in
the beet style, every variety of .lob hinting, such as
LABELS, &C., &C., &C.
C MI. AND EXAMINC SP.I3IENS OP WORK,
AT LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE
CIIEAP WATCIIES ! 4::
g. • 4 1,
?.•'" a HA' zi PWA TOLIES! ! 36=
JACOB LAD° 31135,
t NO. 618. MARKETSTREET,DM
on hand and is constantly I teeming large ussorments
of American. English, nail Swies Witiches, which he will
sell at lower pricer thou ever offepetl.
J. L. would cull particular attention to the celebrated
AMFRICAIT WATCH. which for accuracy of time and dura
bility, and le.a liability of getting out of order, in superi•
or to any other Imported watch, made at anything like
the same coot. Jewelry, Silver mid Silver Plated Ware,
of all sty Ica and path:lns.
Gold, Silver and Sled Spectacles,
with glneses for all eights, with PATENT, as well as the old
.9t to iramee. All goods sold at my establishment are
warranted to be (14 represented. and satisfaction
teed to all yurchaser4, at NO. 618, Market Street, Corner
of Decatur. [Sept. 19, 1800.4 y.
IM u ICI THE CYTI-lARA—The
61 1 1 i re sby terian Psalmodist—The
tr, Shawn—TheJubilee—llutiton's and
Bey tint's enlarged and implored trial, odors—WM=l'a
Now and Improved Method for the Oultar—Leland's Aceor
kl,ei 11 4,
c n e d o
r l. B ll t i oan n s i t e r: , • eto
u a e n i d o
r Ulo n w u n r '
rowes' Piano-Forte Primer—do. Thorough•llnse Printer—
Irowe'o Thawing Room Dances—Tile Clients Wee pook—,
'l'ard's Harp, for side at
LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY d; MUSIC STORE.
PISTOLS PISTOLS I!
Sharp?, Smith .5 Wesson's, and all improved
patterns of Revolve., Pistols. Cartridges, Bonin Knives,
&c., Wr bale at the Ilard,nre Store of
JA3IES A. BROWN.
lln. 21, 1601
IN TEE DIAMOND,
VALENTINE CROUSE, Proprietor
The citizens of the county, and strangers and travelers
generally, will find comfortable accommodations nt this
house. Give us a trial. [April 4, 1860.1
NEAR PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD DEPOT
JOHN S. MILLER, Proprietor
Iluntingd.m, April 10, 1861.
Wholesale and Retail.
Just received and for bale At
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
T HE best Tobacco in town, at
D: P. ()WIN'S
rfillE largest stock of De ',aims in town
. 1 by rIsUEB S S,IN,
eIRgAT• WORK ON THE HORSE: :
k.A't el i : 11111
THE HORSE &HIS:DISEASESI
- 'Eon iNIT; JANNINGS, - •i Jr - 7 T
Prof isor of Pathology and Operative Surgery in the
reterinaty Colley:sof Philadet.phia. r Ft: t
WILL TELL YOU Of tho Origin, TOMory, End ,til.stititlio
traits or the various breeds of European,
- -Asiatic, African and — Amerlcan Horsey:
physitiah furmaflorr pe
• t- • culiaVitlte itf the -artlmnl;- addhear to
ascertain Ilia age by the trundler ands
- - • condition of his teetbi Mush god isitb
numereue explanatory engravings. _
fttE HORSE AND 11 1 1)FsAsp.:p.-
WILL TELL YOU Of Breedirigazenking, Stabling, Fend-
tug, grooming, hboelug, and the goner- ,
01 management of the horse,,, with Ola f
brat modes of administaringniedloluej-,
.01,10, how to treat Biting, Ricking,
• , Rearing, Shying, Stumbling,,Cribl.iitl
,1 a L lag. Restlessness, arid other Ikea -to •
; which hale subject; with'unmeromiisa:,
. plauy4pg engravings. • ,
.TIIR ItOIiSE,ANI) . lIIs VISiAgS • • •
WILL TELL YOU Of the causes,symptoramnd Treatirfent
'; • • • . of Strangles, Sofa Throat; Ristetophr,
Catarrh, IhenentnoßronohltisicPiteu- •
• •-• • ' mottle, Ph•urasy; Broken Wind; Chron
ic Cough, Roaring and.Whistling.Lanfrr
pas, Sore Mouth and .Ulcers, 'and. - De,
' , • • rayed Teeth. with other distelses of the
Month and Respiratory Organza'," • r••::
TILE 11011,9 V.A.F. 1 / 2 113.DISEASISS ~t
WILL TELL YOU Of the causba, symptoms,tinct Treniment
of Worms,' Bote Cholie, Strangodatied,
Stony Concretions, linntureli," Patsy;
Itlarrhelt, Jaundice, Ilepatirrhen, Bloody
Urtlin,.Stddes Iti.the Kidneys and Mad.
der, Indiunation and,other disoesee of
the Stomach, Bowels; Liver. and.,lJri
nary Organs. .
• • .
,TILE liISIISE AND ISIS DISEASES
. , .
WILL TELL YOU Of Our cause's, synijitornS, and Treat
meat of Bone ,8100 :and Bag, Spiwth,
Ring Bono, dneanle, Shamus, Br'kdo
Knees, Wind Galls, Founder, Craoke4
Hoofs Sole Braise and (Trawl, Canker,
Sundaes, Thrush and corts; also, of
blegrfms,Nertigo, Epllejisy, Staggers ?
and other diseases of IheFeeti Legs,
TILE 110n5E AND MS DI9EASE9 .
WILL TELL YOU Of the causes, syMptems, and 'trek
ment of Fistula, Poll DAL Glanders,
Missy, Scarlet Fever, Mango, Surfeit.
Diseases of the Eye and Heart, & c, the.,
end how to manage Castration, Bleed
Trephining, Roweling. Firing,
Hernia, Amputation, Tapping, and opt.
er surgical operations.
W/LL.TEGL YOU Of Rat ey'ai Method of Mining Horses;
JIOR to Approach, Miter, or Statile a
- Colt; -haw: to :accustom a' home to
strange enunds and eights, and how to
fitt, Saddle, hide, and areak him to
Harness; ,also dm form and law of
WARRANTY. Rita whole being Ake' to
milt of It years' cerchil ship' of rho
Wilts, enllarltleo, %Tanta , nuil weak.
• mecca of this noble and useful anima.
Tor rule at Louis' Book Store. r
•ry ream ea rates
Cr Intel matins
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES,
THE HORSE AND HIS 'DISEASES,
TIIE.HORSE AND HIS,DISEASES, •'
• A VALUABLE . BOOK,
' For sale at LEWIS' Book Store. ' ,
EVERYBODY'S LAWYER; „. •
A VALUABLE BOOK,
For salo at LEWIS' Book Store,_
THE FAMILY - DOCTOR, '
THE .FAMILY DOCTOR,
THE FAMILY DOCTOR, , . • -
A VALUABLE BOOK,
o For sale at LEWIS' Book Store,
LONGSTRETH ON ,THE HONEY BEE,
LGNGSTRETH ON THE HONEY BEE,
LONGSTBETII ON TIIE lIONEY BEE,'
For pale at LEWIS' Book Store
DOWNING on FRUIT and FRUIT TREES,
DOWNING on FRUIT and FRUIT TREES,
DOWNING on FRUIT and FRUIT TREES,
A VALUABLE BOOK,
Po- gale at LEWIS' Buok Store.
AT LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC
OSGOOD'S SpellPr.lst, 2d, &I, 4th and sth Madera.
SIGUFFEY'S Speller and Readers, (old end new editions)
SANDER'S do do do
SWAN'S ' do do do
COBB'S do do do
Webb's Normal Reader, No. 1.
Town's Speller and Definer, (old and user editions.)
Scholar's Companion. .
Smith's. than ion's, Brown's and Toner's Grammars.•
litch's Physical Geography.
'Warren's Physical Geography,
Alitchell's, Monteith and McNally's Geographies kAtiases.
wenster's and Worcester's Dictionaries. ,
Quackenhos' First Lessons in Composition.
Quackenbo's Composition and Rhetoric.
Greenleaf's. Stoddard's, Emmerson's, Swan's,Colbnm's and
Pete son's Familiar Scienco.
Greonteal'e and Studdard's Iteys to Arithinetics. •
Gteenlears and Davies' Algebras.
Greenleaf's Key to Algebra.
Parkor'd Juvenile Philosophy.
Parkor's First Lessons In Natural Philosophy.
Upham's Mental Philosophy, , ,
Wlllard's History of the United States.
Payson, Dunton and Seribnor's Penmanship, in eleven
Academbtal, Controllers' and other Copy Bode.
Elements of Map Drawing, with plan for aketching mope
by triangulation and improved methods of projection.
Davies' Elementary Geometry and Trigonometry,
Davies' Legendro's Geometry. • -
Fulton S Eastman's Bookkeeping.
Book Reaping by Single Entry, by lianaford At Payson
Book Keeping - by Single and Double Entry, by Hanford
Other books trill be added and furnished to order. •
A full stock of School Stationery always on hand.
• PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY,
No. 24 Arch Street, Phgactelphia.
One of rho largest and most complete Galleries In the' .
Staten, :where the best Pictures, known to the Phu.
toglaphic net, aro taken at prices no higher'
' than are paid for miserable caricatures.
The Proprietor, a practical Photog - rapher4tiends per.
venally, every Ailing—and allows no picture, to leave the
Gallery unless it gives perfect satisfaction: '
Daguerreotypes and Ambiotypes, of absent or deceased
friends, photographed to any required size, or taken on,
Canvass, life sae, and painted in Oil by, the best Artiste.
At this Gallery pictures can he taketi in any': weathev—
ni perfect in cloudy days as when 'the son chines.
Persons visiting the city are respectfully invited to ex--
amine our sp.tchnens, which for prico and
.4Y-Instructions . giVen In'the art of PheiographY,
Gatittz 'or - Aar, ;
724 Arch Sheet ,Plailidelithitn.
From Hon. Lewis D. Campbell, 31,49t11db..! -- .
iamily and friends all =bur in flfzilpiiiiqn
the (Newelt) picture is more life-like thany thing
over saw. My likeness has been repeatety.taken by dif
ferent Artists in various ways, but I have never yet had
ono which presents so true to nature, all the katuresand
expressions of countenance as this.
From Hon. E. Jo} Mortis, lato Minister to Italy,
The exquisite finish, beanty nod softness of your per.
traits, conjoined with their durability of color and, faith
fulness as likenesses, cannot fail to commend them to the
attention and patronage of all who appreciate true art;
• From Col. James Page.
Having occasion for a Portrait,l procured one from Mr.
Robert Newell, of the city of Philadelphia, a miniature in
Oil Colors. under the new p.m° discovered by Arm, and
take great.pleasure he expressing the eatisfactlon given
me, not only by the accuracy of the likeness, but ita artis
tic finish in all respects, and recommends him to the pat
ronage of those disposed to encourage the beautiful art.
Nov. 28, 1860 Jan. PAGE.
CONE TO THE' NEW STORE FOR
NEW GROCERY. ,
Informs the citizens of Huntingdon and vi
cinity, that he has opened a new Gioeery and Confection
ery Store in the basement, under Giamatti di Co.'s Clothing
Store, in the Diamond, and would most respectfully re
quest a share of public patronage. His stock consists of%
all kinds of the
BEST GROCERIES, '-
Fish can be had at Is holosale or retail.
ICE CREAM will be furnished regularly to gartlosmad.,
indis Moats. at his room.
Huntingdon, Sept. 24, 1.860.
'i ;sfa en.
OIL CLOTH. WINDOW SaikDES,
GILT GOLD SIIADES,',,:,
BAILEYS FTYTUBiS r ,
TAPE,, CORD AND T4ISSALS,
A FULL ASSORTMENT
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
riOAL BUCKETS and Shovels,
% for 4alr. by JAMES A. Illtr.ls'N
TUE UORSE AND' 'MS DISEASES