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Wednesday morning, April 5, 1865,
LOCAL 8c 'PERSONAL.
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ing bills Wilt pleats give them immedi
ateattintioit: , Oar terms are now ad-
waffep payments—our friends will re
member this. Those receiving a pa
per marked with a 1 - before the name
'will - understand that the time for
which they subscribed is up. If they
'wish the paper continued they will
renew their subscription through the
mail or otherwise. tf.
To tho Printing business is wanted
immediately at the Globe office. tf
—The Presbytery of 'Huntingdon
meets at Hollidaysburg on Tuesday,
'the 11th of April.
, —Court for this county commences
Nionday, next, and will continue
kr Vile Week only'-
responsible name must always
accompany a` communication intended
for publication in the Globe.
—The public schools of the borough
•opened on Monday, and will continue
their session until vacation.
=Fishermen aro again trying their
luck in catching fish in the waters
hereabout. No remarkable captures
- lave been made.
—The new organ in the Presbyteri
an church, which was played on Sun
day last, cost $425. It meets with
—We publish the letter from the
gold regionthat we referred to last
week, on the outside of to.day's paper.
We recommend its perusal by all.
—The Juniata and other streams in
this section were again high last week.
The high water season we cannot think
is yet over, and it is better to prepare '
for the worst than to live in fancied
—William White, of the 49th Regt.,
who was Wounded in the lungs while
acting as scout for Gen. Sheridan, in
the Shenandoah valley, has returned
home, and looks sonaewhat thinned in
consequence of the wound.
—From last accounts it has been
ascertained that the 19th Cavalry is
stationed at New Orleans; but some
of the boys think they will shortlydo
part thence for Mobile. We give a
roll of Company M, of this regiment,
in to-day's paper.
—A soldier named John 'Fletcher
- was buried, with military honors, in
,the cemetery, on Friday afternoon last.
He had been confined in a rebel prison
for five months, and after being re
leased died from - the effects of weak n CBS
The Broad Top Company has oc
,cupied its new quarters in the dwell
ing built by Cunningham & Co. They
are well situated, commodious and
beautiful. The building formerly coo
eupied. by, Colon's book store is to be
used as a store .by Cunningham &, Co.
—About a dozen rebel deserters
were brought to - a neighboring town
,from Washington, for the purpose of
employing . them as laborers and me
chanics. Would it not be well to in
duce some of the - repentant rebels that
are: continually escaping, 911 r town,
vhere laborers are sadly neededl
'....7--Benjamin Lutz, the junior editor
of tho Shirleysburg Herald, lately
drafted, has been relieved from duty .
under Uncle Samoa account of physi
cal disability. Certainly, and what
editor does not become - debilitated
from the numerous arduous duties he
bas to.fulfill. We are pleased to see
him "out of the draft."
• • —Mr. Michael Thompson, who is
engaged as lamplighter by the boro.,
#l . dle on Railroad street on Thursday
night last, attending to his.duties, was
assailed bya man styled Captain. Ap
plehaugh, who showed his brutal" pu
gilism (not military tactics) by bung
rig the tige and battering the faee of
Tg. A warrant, Was issued for the
;Captain% rrreest, mho hails from
liower-ond , cif 4E4 s • c ty
understood that an order - has
heenwissued under which those ho
paid commutation on the last draft,
amd have since been or hereafter may
be drafted, will bo furloughed till fur
ther orders. Although these aro
-clearly not exempt from draft now, it
. tvouldseeni that the government does
not design putting them in in
ease enough others are provided by the
pending draft to fill the quota without
—The building belonging to Graffus
Miller, opposite the M. E. Church, has
received a "litt" and been rolled frOrn
its former foundation. it is to be
erected on the site opposito the Ger
man Reformed Church.—Tho photo
graph building on Bill street, occupied
by Mrs. Sager, is to, be remov.ecl to the
let upon which Mr. Brown's hardware
store at present stands. Mr. Brown
FeINLOYgt3 tg I)rieler's store room.
.--,Moving parties frequently. passed
;through town last week, 'and the mo
wing stenos in town were _also lively.
There have isman many changes in the
places of business and residence. The
chances for building aro very slim—
laborers being very scarce—and con
sequently we will have the erection of
very few new buildings to record. It
is a pleasing fact to herein note that
Huntingdon is gradually extending its
at present 'liveried dimensions and
accommodations. Let tho work go
.—Lieut. William Dieffenbaugh is in
town. He has just returned from ton
months' confinement in the Southern
prisons, and, wonderful as it may ap
pear, he looks hale andhearty. Some
of our brave men may survive rebel
rations, but thousands will never.—
,Will is First Lieutenant of Co. B, 7th
Penna. Reserves. He well deserves
his commission, and wo hope him fur
ther laurels as rewards for gallantry. ,
—Spring is upon us, and our advice
to all is, plant trees. Every person,
whether living in town or country,
and having the unoccupied space,
should at once improve it, by planting
trees, either fruit, shade,or ornamental
We feel assured that we cannot im
prove the same space in our columns
to more advantage, than by advising
our friends everywhere, to plant trees.
Plant them on the sidewalks, plant
them in the yard, plant them in the
garden, plant them on the farm.
—Col. Hawkins, who is lecturing in
aid of our sick and wounded soldiers,
is receiving good countenance wherev
er he goes. At Lewistown, on Friday,
March 21st, he was greeted with a re
spectably full house, and adopting the
same mode as at this place ho raised
$33. He also started a Ladies' Aid
Society in that place. The Colonel is
doing good service for his country and
our soldiers, notwithstanding his
wounds prevent him from active ser
vice on the field.
—A letter from West township
states that Mr. Moore, mentioned in
the Monitor of last week, .is abused
without any cause. There is not a
man in the township who has done as
much toward filling the quotas of each
draft as Major Moore. Last fall ho
neglected his business and engaged in
taking men to Hollidaysburg to fill
their quota. Besides, he loaned the
township heavy su ins of money to keep
it out. The communication is accredi
ted to "many citizens."
The Soldiers , Bounty.
We feel bound to interest ourselves
in regard to the payment of the with
holden bounty of the member§ of Co.
0,195 th P. V. Surely, somebody should
see where the money is, and have it
sent forthwith. We take the follow
ing extract from the Hollidaysburg
Register; which is justifying the notion
of the Provost Marshal officials in re•
lation to the matter, in opposition to
an inference of the Monitor. It says:
"In justice to Mr. McClure we would
state that he has nothing to do with
the money paid as bounty to - volun
teers, except to receive it, and hand it
over to the Paymasters at Harrisburg
or Carlisle. To stop bounty jumping,
the Secretary of war issued an order to
Provost Marshals directing them to
take charge of the local bounty of vol
unteers and consideration money of
substitutes, and pay the same over to
a Paymaster in . the army who would
enter it to the credit of those entitled
to receive it. When the first payment
is made in the field the volunteer or
recruit, will then receive his money,
from the paymaster. Of course :the
delay incident to this method of pay
ment is in some cases a hardship, but
the evil which it wasdesigned to rem
.was such - a crying one,..that the
order referred to was justifiable. The
charge, "that Mr.- McClure - cannot or
will not give information," we have no
hesitation in saying is- unwarranted.
In withholding the money and sending
it to the Paymaster, he simply obeys
the - orders of his superiors."
In conformity With this information,
then, we_ are willing to abide patient
ly until the "first paynient is made in
the field ;" but we cannot understand
how companies that have 'been latter
ly formed received the whole of their
bounty money immediately upon mud.
ter; and Johnston's company did not
'receive a penny. Perhaps, the money
was "withheld" too long at the Provost
Marshal's office, and the Paymaster at
Harrisburg did- not receive the same
until the company had left. - Investi
gation, (which, at the most, would not
result in harm to the "boys," but, in
. the least, might injure the guilty,' if
any there be,) and iZtrict investigation
alone, can rectify tho error, and dis-
Place, the misunderstanding,-if such it
That Great Triumph.
The. MoOor claims a:great• victory
at the Spring Election in 13arreo, on
the Friday of the high water.in that
township. - A groat number of the Un
ion men could not got aeross the creek,
and the strongholds of the "Democra.;
cy" turning out en masse - succeeded in
electing their ticket. Several of the
"genuine" swum their horses a quar
ter of a mile" to make • their 'election
sure. NO doubt they feel more rejoic,.
ed over the defeat of the Union ticket
than they would over the defeat of
Jeff. Davis. .
To Business Alen.
As this is the moving season, it is
just the time for business mon to ad
vertise their business, so that netr
corners may know where they may
',lifeline°. Business men who have
changed their place of holding forth
will find that it is indisapensable to
mention where they have moved to,
do that their patrons may continue
their patronage. We hope to see our
merchants and others engaged in any
business, whether they have moved or
not, profiting by the suggestion . to
advertise, advertise mi and the Glebe,
!lira g” , 41, nixed.
A good supply- now on hand- and
for sale at Lewis' Book Store. tf.
Of Col. Hawkins, on Monday night
week, was well attended by our citi
zens, much to our surprise. (Perhaps
they thought it was not a Temperance
lecture.) Ono inducement, and per
haps the greatest, was the fact that
the Amateur Glee Club was to be pre
sent to discourse some vocal and in
strumental music. .The Club was pre
sent, and the inusic.whichits members
brought forth was pronounced by all
lovers of rrinsiepresent as excellent.
Afthr the . speaker had concluded his
well toned remarks in relation to his
subject, he stated to the audience that
the bad a "joke" to practice upon them,
which was that as ho bad given thorn
a.free invitation to attend his lecture,
he would have ladies to remain at the
doors with hats in their hands, in
which each person was respectfully
reqUested to drop the retiring fee, be
fore getting out. This plan worked
well,. for wo learn that about $55 were
contributed to the funds of the Ladies'
Aid Society of this place, which 'Soci
ety, wo understand, has resumed its•
labors in behalf of our sick and Woun
All business mon should have an Of
ficial sCheditle of stamp duties; but for
ilmbenefit of persons who have little
occasion to use stamps we append a
iist of those most commonly used
Agreement 'or Appraisentetit, five cents,
each sheet of paper to be stamped.
Leases, five cents, for all rents not
over three hundred dollars.
Notes, fivo cents, if not over one bun •
drod dollars or any fraction thereof.
Orders, for the payment of money,
two cents, if the sum be over ten dol
Receipts, for money received, if over
twenty dollars, or. for deliirery of any
property two cents.
Deed, or other conveyance, whereby
lands are sold the actual value of which
does not exceed $5OO, 50 cents; for
every additional $5OO or fractional
part thereof 50 cents. -
A judgment note, of $lOO or over, re
quire a5O cent stamp, which may be
put on at any time before entering the
A Goott Appointment
The Governor has appointed Major
Harry 11. Gregg, of this placo, Milita
ry Secretary, vice Col. Quny, resign
ed. - • .
Major .Gregg has been in the war
since its commencement, and, rising
from the ranks, has rui.tc.l:,%l ti? . yro,
motion of Major in the 13th Penney':
vania cavalry. lle has been in all
the engagements of his regiment, ex
cept during the time ho was in the
hands of the rebels as a prisoner. In
bis two imprisonments, his health has
materially suffered. He is highly in
telligent, of excellent business .habits
and qualifications, and will honor the
office.. • . •
His appointment is a just recogni
tion of the services of a brave and
worthy soldier, and we are glad to
Remaining in the Post Office at Col.
fee'Run, for month ending, March 81,
Baker sR W
Bak or -Jennie M
Crum G W
Edwards Eliz. Mrs
Solmson Sale uel'
Poitner Mary Mrs.
Shultz Sr,. llpss
Schell Samuel .
1 1, 1865.
Fottse T • ,
aitrrett Jos. Miss
Coffee Run, Apr
A SUPERIOR REMEDY.---We can con
scientiously recommend to those suffering
from a distressing cough, Dr. Strickland's
Mellifluous Cough Balsam. It gives relief
almost instantaneous, !Ind is withal not disa
greeable to the taste. 'There is no doubt but
the Mellifluous Cough Balsam is one of the
best preparations in use, and is all that its
proprietor claims for it. We have tried it
during the past iseek; and found relieffrom
if most distressing - co Ugh. It is prepared by
Dr. Strickland, No. 6 Eastrourth street, Cin
cinnati. 0., and for sale bydruggists.
In this place on Thursday morning,
March 30th. DR JON VPIJAM H. DOR
SEY, aged 66 years.
At his residence in Jackson town
ship,.on 4he 24th u1t.,..0f erysipelas,
JosErr( OBURN, aged 64 years and 2
Ilis remains, - followed by a largo inttuheW of narrowing
remit yea and acquaintanCee, were interred in the lif. E.
Cemetery at Ennierille. By his death a void has been
created In the social circle, which will long be felt by the
companion of his days and by his children, who mourn
the loss of a kind, fond and indulgent father. Ent not
only they experienCtra loss—the poor and needy have else
been bereft of a generous friend; - and-his neighbors, in
the hour. of sickness aid affliction, of an untiring and de.
Toted attendant. But ho MIS now gone the wailer all tho
earth, and our loss is his. eternal , gain. "For we must
needs ale, and are as water spilt upon the ground which
cannot be gathered up ngain." Conscious of his approach.
tog and, Lo evinced- o all areund, hie "dill ngnesstodifi.—
Ea expressed no fears at death, and : met the lest enemy
with calm resignation. Ills trust was in, the mercy of hie
God, and in peace hie spirit rammed to Elm who gaTo it,
toning the song of redeeming love In the realms of eternal
bliss. We will not complain—
"No I.rother let us humbly pey
Obodieuco to his will,
And with our utmost spirits nay—
'The Lord is righteous still.N'
B. ..1% WILLIAMS,
No. 16 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia,
VENITIAN BLINDS AND
WIND 0 Tr SHADES.
Thtv lorgest and finest
.ossortment in the city et the
lowest cash prices.. . .
STORE SHADES ILIADE AND LETTERED.
mb20.1865-2n . t. •
Fresh Gn.rtleh, law%Ner Seeds,
For Salo at Lewis' BOok Store. tf.
Read the New Advertisements
Soldier's Al 4.
;pectin.- of the Soldier's Aid Soci.
ay' will bo bold at tlio house of Mrs.
David. Blair on -Thursday April 13th,
M.; for the purpose of packing a
box for our sick and wounded soldiers.
They ask for contributions from the
citizens and farmers:.„§end in soon
By order of Sbeiety; .
Thei . Boro”git . Election .
An eleotion for ono BurgesS, three
Councilmen,. and High Constable came
off on Monday. The Monitor party
tried to play sharp by making the ques
•tion Bull and anti. Bull, but with a few
honorable 'exceptions tbo Union mon
couldn't see the point, especially as
every Southdown voted the Bull ticket.
Tim editor of . the Monitor was very
sure .of a tremendous victory, but his
ticket, It. M. Speer, for Burgess, Sana
G. Whittaker, (editor of the Journal &
Age i an;) 11. S. :Wharton and F.
Schneider, for Council, were defeated
by E. C. Summers, Burgess, Kennedy
M. King, Robt. Cunningham and G.
Thomas, Council, by a majority of 19.
Wm. King, was elected High Consta
ble, on the straight out. Union ticket.
From 1 cent to 810, always on hand
and for sale at Lewis' Book Store.—
Orders by mail, accompanied with the
cash for stamps and postgge, will re
ceive Prompt attention.
Hire Her a Call.
Mrs. R. J. Sager has taken the Pho
graph rooms lately occupied •by Mr
Birnbautn, and ie prepared to .give
strict attention to the business. Per
sons wishing photographs should give
-her a call and examine - specimens of
her work. • . tf.
Tim citizens or Huntingdon and vi
cinity will find it to their advantage
to call and see TI. S. Shafer in Wm.
Colon's old stand, before making their
purchases elsewhere. A liberal dis
cciati alloived-'elergiriheit • J
It: nI CIINNINGIIAM& CO.
Feb 20, -'O5-3m.
Gold Pens & Pencils, .
The best assortment of the hand
somest and best, styles, for sale at
Lewis' Book Store. t,f
PHIL ADEL rniul DIARIEETS•
Fanny and Extra nullity Morn. $8,email@example.com
Common end Superfine - $9,50©9,20
Rye Flour• $1.72
Corn Moil,— ' '• - /Ft . bl $B,OO
Extra 3VllltoWlienf o ' $ 2 , 60 © 2 , 25
Fair-nun Prlmo . Cod • .V2,55@2,60
Corn, primo yollorr 47,62
Burley. tin $2,00
Cloyarmeod, i 164 $17.50
HIINT.INGD ON MARKETS.
Extra Family Flour 371.1,1 . 1410,50
Extra def etet 5,50
White Wheat 2,00
Bed Wheat 1 90
Corp . • 1 40
Oats -•-• • .. • — 7 O
Clorerseed • • 19,00
Drleds/Cpples - • ' ' ' - ^25
._.. . . . 35
Egg. . 19
Lard ' ao
Slum • 29
. . .
Sider . -
Tallow . 14
AXTANTAj - .2I7JOURN - 4y.NIAN
MILLER. . , • '
Apply at Huntingdon Furnaco Jill, qr Addreso,
• ' A.'J. llloCOY,•Spnieri Crook,
March 22 '65-4t. llun tingtlon County
STEPHEN COX, 1 . : :' ' ,
STEPHEN, COX 'B,. 00. '
—Calllll - SWI.ON _MERCHANTS—
TOR TRH B•LE OP ' '
Flourl Graiu9 Seeds , Potatoes , - Beans
Foreign and Domestio Fruits, and all
kinds of .Country Produce. '
No. 236 North -Wharves; Philada.
Would refer scith permission to
William Neal , Philedelphki.Bhirplese St, Meer; tlillniln.
'lnane Joanc &Co.; -"`" '
rr eOrge'Quintby, liew York.
Drexel & Co., Bankers ", nicrA Bros, Itechester, - NY
Budd St Comfy , : .-" Imre, Sproston S: Co, Balt.
George Keck, " J. itttssell, Bank Yana tp. Pa
tit1i29.1865-10 . - .. ~ i , ,
DO ULTON'S BILLIARD SALOON
• - itAItItISBURG.-
Tho oldest Billiard Saloon, and one of the hest mode
toil in the State. Is Poulton's,situated In the rear of Grant's
Slat!, mmerhi r d Being In'the business for over 90
years, he thoroughly understands the wants and desires
of players. Ills room is the lifigest and bOst lighted in
the city. The cues aro nlvinyaltt the best eider; and his
bibles cannot be excelled by anyin the State. •
Ito gives the business his direct superintendence, and
can assure the public that they can find better satiallic•
Lion at his saloon than at any other in the city.
No liquor sold on the promises—every man to his own
business. • • .
Starch 15, 1605;
No. 709 Chestnut Street, abovV Seventh,
Tho Manager has the pleasureof announcing that this
popular Hotel is notr open for the reception of 'IRAN
-The house has been thorouglyrenevated and' newly
furnished, and is presented to the public in being in every
particular a hotel suited to their.wants. The patronage
of the public is respectfully solicited.
March 5, CIIAS. SI. dttMOND, Manager.
FRUIT. TREES, • , • •
ORNAMENTAL TREES •
• PLANTS &C .,
At the nurseries of Taylor & Cremer
Who offer their stock ofwell grown
and thrifty TBEES, VINES,. PLANTS, &c., at their old
prices. The expense of grafting and planting this stock
having been incurred before the outbreak of the rebollion
when the price of labor was low, they can afford to sell
these Trees nt 50 per cent. lesit hen they can sell the same
kind of trees next year. While other Nurserymen have
raised their pekes about 6G per cent, these still sell of the
old rates this year; that is to say—Apple Trees, $l5, $lB,
and $2O per hundred, according.to size, &c. Standard rear
50 to 75 coati each.- Dwarf rear, 50 to 75 cents each, and
$3O to $45 per hundred. Plugs and Apricot, at 40 to 50
cents each.' Also, Pooch, Cherry, Quince and other trees;
Grape 191:1133, Lawton Blackberry, Raspberry, and Straw
berry plants, Dahlia roots, and Shade and Ornamental
Trees—all at the old rates.
Money invested in frnit trees is sure to yield a good re
turn. Now is your limo to order trees.
Address, THEODORE IL CREME,
feb3, 1805 5 litstingdon, Pa.
BEST WHITE LEAD !
BEST ZINC !
PURE LIE‘ERTY LEAD, -
-th.orpoord for W!.rreNrBB,Yhd:qt.o9s,Duo..untrrr,Vlß3l
Ness awl Eamiclis bf &juice.
PURI:. LIBERTY LEAD- - .Warranted to COTer more
surface for same weight than ply other Lead—
q'ry ft and you.will have.no other!
PURE LIBERTY ZINC,
Selected ZINC, ground to Itallned.Llnseed Oil, unequaled
In quality, always the same,
PIIREI LIBERTY ZINC,
WARRANTED Lo (ID more anti better work at a siren Cost
than any othor—
Get the "Best I •
Manufactured at PENNSYLVANIA PLOT. COLOR
WORKS. Orders executed prothptly by
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Deniers.
41- tr . Store & Office, No, 137 North THIRD LStreet,
T RIAL LlST—April -Terrn,lB6s.
oN wrrit •
I,iteltaol J. Orovo, vs "Edward F. Hodges.
John IL Stonobraker, vs D. Stewart et al.
Jacob Cresswoll,. vs Lane &Vattern.
& wife, " vs William Itothrock.
Soo. &D. Pheasant, 'vs David Smith et al.
John &M. Bell, et at va J. Morgan & Gifford.
W. C. WAGONER, Prot'y,
Protlionotary'm Omen, I
Huntingdon, March 15,'05. J
John Benson, farmer, Tod
Jonathan Brindle, farmer, HOpowell
Samuel Bauman, farther Shirley
Benj F Brown, teacher MOrris
Morris-Cutshall, constable Springaeld
David. Clarkson J. - P . Casiville
Nicholas Cromwell, farmer Alexandria
Riehart Chilcoat farmer Union .
Jacob Eastop, laborer Union
James Ewing, farmer Barren
Jacob Fon°, fariner Walker
Samuel Foster, miller Porter
Isaac Gorsuch, blacksmith Brady
laugh Jackson, farmer Jackson
George Long, blacksmith Penn
James McCall farmer Henderson
Christian Miller, farmer Cass .
Joseph M Coy, farmer Walker
David Phesant, farmer Union
David Stever, farmer. Cassville
W Vantries, merchant Warriorsmark
James liylor, farmer Huntingdon
William Lewis, printer Huntingdon.
John Anderson, Sr., farmer. Penn .
W. Addleman, farmer, Warriorsmark
Brice Blair, gentleman, Dublin
Henry Beers, farmer, Cromwell •
Levi Clabaugh, Warriorsmark
DeMd Corkle, blacksmith, Union
Washington Cesna, farmer, Toll
Loden Dean, ." • Union
Joseph Douglass, merchant, Walker
Alexander Dufiold, farmer, Toll
G. Fulton, " Cromwell
Abodeogo Grazier, " Warriorstrek
John Hamilton, foreman, Union.
D. P.. Henderson; laborer, Franklin
Benjamin Heffner, farmer, Walker
Francis Holder, blacksmith, Brady
_Mordecai Henry, farmer, West.
John Hagan, shoemaker, Barre°
Daniel Harris, carpenter, Penn
J. Henderson, merchant, Henderson
Henry Hertsler, mill-Wright, Shirley
Samuel Hetrick, farmer, Henderson
Daniel Kinch, • " ,Warriorsmark
John Kyler, " Clay
Miles Lewis, " West
Joseph Logan, blacksmith, Barren
James Lee farmer,' Jackson
William Moore, merchant West
Charles McCarthy farmer, Clay
George Miller, 61 Union
John Numer, " . Henderson
joseph Oburn " Jackson
John Piper;jr. carpenter, Alexandria
Amos Pheasant, farmer, Union_
Jesse Peterson, " Dublin _
William Rex, clerk, Union
Henry C. Robison, farmer, Dublin _
'Charles Steel, Carpenter, Union'
Benjamin E. Stitt, farmer, Dublin
Richard Silverthorn, farmer, Toll
William Swoop", farmer,
Robert Speer, clerk, Porter
H. Shearer, stagA propictor, Dublin
L. IA Tate, weaver, Jackson
John Weight, farmer, Warriorsmark
John Why, farmer, Warriorsmark
Jacob Walters, farmer, Morris
Samuel Wigton,farmor, Franklin.
John Weston, farmer, Union
MTIANIGAL'S LIVERY STABLE.
Between the Baptist and Catholic Churches,
• 4 , 3 0 91.- z
15 . 07:i
rpirE PUBLIC GENERALLY are
1. informed that the subscriber le prepared at hie Now
LIVERY STABLE, to accommodate all with
HORSES, BUGGIES, & CARRIAGES
at reasonable rater, on short notice.
nuntingdon, March 8, 1865-4. -
MILLINERY - GOODS, •
BROOKS & ROSENIIRIM,
W HOLESALE ;DEALERS,'
• • • N 0.431 MARKET Street, north side, -
face now opened their usual handsome mrlety of
RIBBONS, BONNET MATERIALS,
. STRAW & FANCY BONNETS,
LADIES' & MISSES' HATS, •
FLOWERS, RUCHES, LACES,
and all other articles required by the MILLINERY TRADE
Ey long experience and strict attention to this bronchi
of business exclusively, we flatter ourselves that wo offer
inducements, in variety, styles, quality and moderate
prices—not everywhere to be found. Thu attention of
MILLINERS and MERCHANTS Is respectfully solicited.
Ira-Particular attention paid to filling Orders.
March 8, '65-3m.
DROWNING'S EXCELSIOR COP
Whilst trying Coffee of all the vartons brands,
Remember "BROWNING'S . EXCELSIOIt"—at tho head It
Tow, it's not liko others that aro 'SOLD EVERYWURRE.'
A little stretch, wo all do know, good goods will easily bear.
(Bat n stretch like this—"soldeverywbero"—is yet) , apt to
Now, I can safely say, without any hesitation,
There's none like "DROWNING% EXCELSIOR". In this
Skilled chemists have not found a Coffee from any Store
possessing the Sal3lo ingredients as Trowning's.Excelstor.'
Nor is there any ono, in or out of thu Coffee trade,
Who knows the articles front which "Browning's Excel
I'm told it's made from barley, rye, whoat, beans and pens;
Name a thousand oilier things—but the right ono if you
Slut with the Coffee-men t will not hold contention
For„the ninny, many things they . soy—too numerous to
Whilst they're engaged in running round from store to
To learn the current wholesale price of "Browning's En.
celsior 7 " . . • .
Some who know my Coffee gives perfect satisfaction,
Have formed a plan by which they hope to cause a quick
The easetis with a few; no doubt 'twill be more—
To name their Coffee after mine. (Browning's) Excelsior.
Some say their's the only brand that will stand a ready
test. . •
Now, try:a little of them all—see which you like the beat.
Never lawn I in your jasper advertised her :Jae ;
Nor would I new, or over consent to publish more,
Iflike some used by "everybody," "sold everywhere," In
A trade like Vital do ajot widh ; the orders I could not fill;
The factory all Jerseye land would take—leave nein foot
My trndo is not so very largo; stilt 1 think I have my
But, reader, you may rest assured, 'Os not "SOLD EVERY
WHERE." . - . -
Neatj'actured and for Sale by the writer,
GEORGE L. BROWNING,
No. 20 Market Street, Camden, N. J
This. Coffep is not composed of poisonous drugs, it con.
[Mos nothing deleterious; many parsons use this Coffee
that cannot use the puro coffee ;.it takes but ono and a half
ounces to make a 'quart of good strong coffee, that being
Just one-half the 'quantity it takes of Java Coffee, and al
ways less than half the price.
RETAIL DEALERS may unrollsso it in less quantities
then the gross at my prices from the Wholesale Grocers.
.05Y- Orders by mail front Wholesale Dealers promptly
March 1,18654 m.
MOORESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL.
pIII; SUBSCRIBER. respectfully
announces to bit pattons, and the public generatly,
that the first quarter or the Summer session of this Insti
tution, will be opon for instruction, APltlll3th, 1865.
Whole expenses per 'quarter ; or :1 weeks, in ordinary
English, fur Boarding, Robin rent, nod Tuition 040 00.
•Slodents will Go required to Simian their own sheets
For further iuformatthrt address, S. C. MCLAIN,
set-For neat JOB PRINTING, call at
tho "Guam. 4/7 PAJNTINO OPPre4," At Bun
rolL.Firio Cigars and Tobacco for
sale at Lewis' Book Storo
THOS:II.9IIEIL IL G. SISILEIL T.O. 3/IfiLIOR.
FISIIER & SONS
STAPLE & FANCY DRY-GOODS,
A HANDSOME STOOK of GOODS,
of all kinfle, Is now. open for the inspection of the public,
and we cordially !oviform our customers and the public
generally, to call and be convinced that . we are unequal
led in the quality, taste, etylo, and ralcaft of our Goodie.
- - .
We request the piddle to - bear In mind that we par
clime principally from-.first hands In Now York, pay
CAM for all we buy, and cannot be rivalled In our
ties for opening for public use, a stook of General Ater
GRAIN, FLOUR, AND FEED.
WE ARE PREPARED •TO PUR
elms° all kinds of GRAIN, for which wo will pay the
highosl cash prices, ae4 will have for sale at all time,
FLOUR, FEED, Sco. - •
WE HA - VE iin IMMENSE STOCK
of PLASTER; an AmPle supply for this and neiglibering
-counties! flaying aMt expreseTy for grinalMc we
can produce finer and more doidiable tirobk Minima usu
ally be bad.
WTE OFFER 500 RIMS. of SPLEN
dld ONONDATO/k. WM, anennalled tu quality and price.
Qi A t Salt In BAcks la olio kept oonetnutly on limn
10 Bblc No 1 MACKEREL
No. 2 •
10 4 . No. 8
15 Half Bbla. No. 1 -
20. N. . " No. 2 "
10 0 • No. 2 "
Quarter Barrels and Kits, of all numbers, are Milo of
WE ARE AT ALL TIMES PRE-
pared to buy SUMAC; vIII pay:onah, or trade, a 9 desired
THE HIGH PRICES RULING FOR
Cotton Goods has convened public attention So' be more
especially directe4 to the r enitpro of Flex. It can be made
by somo ityantlpn, otie of tho most virlimbliprodsters a
former can produce; on Arco readily producing 50 to 60
Dollars north of fibril and 'seed. Great iare . shoold be
token by groworo hare . their Pliri eprmid veri thin
when rolling; schen watered• sufficiently on ono side, it
should ho turned, and erthloct to exposure until • all, the
stalks get a groy color, and the lint rosffilY SoPliftitffil
from the Weed by a gentle rnh. • r • :
It ehonid on a lrery dry day be tied IR bnodies, sad le
then ready for the mill. AO' aON Meal thing fob. mueb
seed Is sown on nn acre. Unless the grotand Is rich
one Bushel per acre is sufficient. It the ground ivy*
strong osclind ono fourth bushel is
Doc la, 1663.
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Incorporated in .F'l:lll4plphil4,, A79*,
.CASH CAPITAL, .01 71517 x
AATIIUA ¢: GgSF22i, Meat.. .
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Agent foC:part.of Contro county, also for naet . c Lnen ttu
Ingdon aucll3lrtlr countiali; - - • - :ell
OR - COI4PANY9r- , • •
. • NORTITAIIERICA.•
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TER PEItPET UAL
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underaigned agent. for tllo.abore woll known a.
-reliable Company, will make inseranciagalnaklaaa tiro •
p:olf',Dit..g! . .rzEl
, . -
[Fifteen Years Fair Tidal!). ,
• A. PEYSSON, •
POUDEETTE, $2O 00 per ton, talien froin the Vhctory` •
loose, or 00 Cents per bushel, and $2OOO per ton Iti.bne:
—delivered at Steam,boat end Railroad 'DSpots in Phila.
dolphin. Manufactory, Gray's irony Road,- above the Ar.
Depot. PEYSSON'S enoti F tiite*.Ne w
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Office, Philadelphia. - Plerilera- ,
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FOR SALE AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
NEW GOODS.':- )1
D. P. CWIFI
INFORMS TIIE PUBLIC'
THAT HE lIAS
SPLENDID STOCK of NEW GOODS
THAT ' ‘'
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE.
D. P. awn'.
. . •
HE' undersigned offer"- the: Fakur o p
L.'which they reside, In West. township, linntingdon
e - ounty, nt private sale... It Is situated - tiareeibilot; from
Petersburg, and the same distance from itidiread and ca-
nal. It contains three hundred and forty-riine acres and
allowance; good building% and about :one. hundred anti
fifty acres cleared, and wall adopted foe a atonic farm.
' • .r. S. 31A01.1.111.E, -
E. O. & W. 6 . 0 L
HAVINCi entered into et-Partneipitito lB ttio
Alexandria Brewery, the public are informed y'(
that they will-las prepared at all times t 9 fill =
orders on the shortest nodes:. • •
Alexandria, Jan.l3. 1805-tii r •
I,ook to Your Interest. •
TELE PLACE TO BUY GOOD
TOBACCO. AND. SEGABiES
CHEAP, 'IS AT
D. H. Kookee'4 ,New'Wholesale
and. Retail Stare
fmir doors below Dean's Intel. AllD.calaM In segars %Ott
find it to thetr Interest to examinabefora purchasing else,
whero. All segars are fay own manufacturing. •
linntingdfrt, dna. Z, 18535-3m.*
T • HIS WAY THIS WAY !
BOOTS &'SIIOES HATS, e3e.•
JOHN U. ivEsTitnooK:informs "the public tigni he daa
lust reeelved it new stock of BOOTS stud 8110.133 °fall Ili'
cos end kinde to eult everybody. • -• .
lug Skins, ali bt which willTo Li t e
Don't forget the old stand in tha Diamond. fith
niers and the public generally aro Invited to call.
fluntingdon, Jan. 3, 18135.
rBODTS AND SHOE§.O.IP.
2EORGE • SHAEFFER respectfully
k_A•lhfotilis customersand the public generally
licit he hoe rStruhed to impais Brown's lißrtlwarii ?tore,
where he has opened ti •. - _
Ntiv : STOCK OF
il3croic•toEs -1633.cbesti o
end is prepared to accommodate everybody witlCgoixll ay-
tides at reasonable paces: ••• • - • ••
Ito also continues to taaptlfeetoro ft! ardor all - kinds of
boote and shoes. -
Huntingdon, April 13 1864.:' .
f iat ... I: K. STAUF.EtIt,. -
waTornimw AND AnlV.4'4, L
No. North SECONtiStroot, Oeitaie 'Of Quarry,
• PIIILADELPHIA. ' •
Au nesOrtment of tiatches, Jewelry, - Mame &.-Plated
IVare constantly on band,
aITATILE FOR ROLM? 417 PRESENT SY
41E8^ Repairing of Watches and jeteiliy promptly
attended to. .
TANN'r ASSOCIATION. '. -. . •,,...--:,.
it t '
Tio tindiwaigned - have associate d t enise ire togettet!. ;''
in the pmetice of the law in linntingdon, ni, - . Ofiloo . iti
the one now, and formerly moul
d ed ..by .!. t.!iqplltitayr7
. art, - adjoining the Court nottigi.
A. W. BENEDICT, . --.;
• . , .::: J. 4.EIVELL ET Fiy„ll,o-_,: •
July 20,1864 '. • : ~, F .,, , , s 9 . _ :_'—' -:.-::',.`•
.11_1/ for sale • „ 44,A.-tet 4 'i..yllirßOOKNTOßra• '
treg - `.irAY FORKS, for unload=
Any: J. BROWN,llunilnkdon;Liagont , for.
~. • tea Foil: in the United States.- Call soon. •ma4h64
JOB PRINTING done at this Oiled,