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Wednesday morning, May 17, 1865,
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
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ing bills will please gie.them
ate attention.. Our terms are now ad
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mail or otherwise
—Shad are being eaugbt in the Ju
niata -river near Millerstown, below
—The present month is giving us
'very inclement weather: Last week
`we had continued showers, and fires
on some days were necessary.
There was a slightly worn $2O
greenback. lost in this place last week.
The finder will please leave it at this
,office, or send it to IL F. Grove, at
pleasant Grove, this county.
-rile shareholders. in-the Porter
Island Oil litaos : will meet in this bor.
angh, on Thursday next, for the pur
pose of organizing an Oil Company.
—Small silver change. it is said is
making its appearance in Philadelphia
atid , other eastorn cities. We wouldn't
.care to see the "shiners" floating in
,this neck of timber.
—The Medieal Society of the State
of Pennsylvania will hold its sixteenth
annual meeting at , Altoona, Blair
county,Pa., on Wednesday the 14th of
June next. ..
—The Pennsylvania Grand Lodge
,of Good Templars will meet in Lewis
town, on Wednesday, the 14th ofJune•
'The M. E. Preachers' Association of
the - Juniata District will also meet iu
the same town on „the evening of the
—The Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany have issued an order.-declaring
that they will accept nothing bat U.
S. or National Bank currency, for
freight and passage. We suppose they
will take gold and silver when they
.can got it.
—Wo saw in town last week Dol
Decker and :Dory McFarland, two
braves of the 49th P. V., who were
borne on furlough. They looked well,
.and enjoy themselves hugely. Wo sup
pose.they are not at all sorry the re
bellion is over.
—Mr. B. F. McNeil, late editor of
Abe Bedford Inquirer, has entered upon
dutiedas a member of the editor
ial corps of the Pittsburg Commercial.
That establishment has secured the
services of a trainable individual, and
we are pleased to see him so highly
—A. substantial fence, not the most
ornamental, has 'been constructed on
tbo northern or back boundary of the
Court House yard. Some such "con
dition!' has long been needed, as cows
have fattened (may.be) upon tho gras
sy_product, and romping children aid.
ed in its destruction.
—The authorities of Loretto bor-
Cugb, Cambria county, deny in a card
the truth of the statement made in the
-.Alleghonian that "immediately on the
reception of the news of the assassina
tion of the President, a certain class of
citizens of Loretto borough got up a
grand demenstration of rejoicing over
the event." -
—There' is a movement among the
clerks in various stores in some of the
downs along the line to induce their
employ,ers to close business at six or
Aseven o'clock during the summer. We
would• like to see such a wise step
made in this locality for once. Mechan
ics and out-door laborers aro relieved
from labor after six o'clock, and, sales
-men should bo allowed as much time
for recreation as others. Tho injury
L to health occasioned by confinement of
ttile daY should bo partially obviated
by the enjoyment of the evening.
"•• —A man may go along without ad-
Irertising, and so may a wagon without
greasing, but it goes mighty hard •
There is nothing like printer's ink to
Inbrioate the w.b.eels of business, and
fthoseiwtouegleOt to Avail themselves
.of its Advantages lose' the golden op
,portunity which As gained by. their
; more. wide awake competitors- An
advertisement inserted is the Hunting
don Globe reaches the people io every
,part of the county; and adjoining coun
ties. It goes, too, exactly among the
best customers of our towns people—
Abe most. intolligent farmers, manu
facturers, mechanics and working men.
,B. M. Greene, of this place, recent
ily put up a piano for a young lady in
Altoona, in relation to which the Tri
bune produces the following strain: "It
is - a•superb piano, and in-; tone far stir
passee those generally in use in the
countri.: To see And hear-it is to ad
mire andlo uharmed. When you get
such articles, get the best, and in, or-
Aerto get the best, give your order to
- Mr. Greene and ho' Wilt give you
satisfaction." The same might be said
concerning the pianos put up by the
same : gentleman in this place, and we
can but repeat the commendation to
purchase from air Greene.
For Sale at Lewis'Book Store. tf.
A Monument for the Soldiers'
A: correspondent sends-us the fol-
lowing communication in relation to
the preservation of the names of those
who have fought, bled and died in
the defenee of their country in the
present struggle. We fully concord
in the correspondent's views, and
some project similar to the one sug
gested should at once be instituted to
keep in popular remembrance the
gallant deeds of our fallen heroes:
"The advent of peace is at hand; the
toil-worn, battle scarred veterans
of a hundred battles, will soon be
among us again, 'and should receive
as they doubtless will a fitting recep
tion from a people grateful for the
services they have so nobly perform
ed. But thorn are many of that pat
riot band, who come not, at the roll of
the drum; their places in the ranks
nro vacant;, wives shall look in vain
in the gay , procession for the hus
band of her youth;
. children shall
search in all that throng for a . father,
whose homeless grave is far away;
mothers shall , run away in sorrow
and tears, knowing their loved ones
sleep the soldier's last sleep far away
from, kindred and home. The roll of
returned prisoners is searched in vain
for the. missing. brother. Shall we
suffer the names of these heroes to be
forgotten, except by the hearts that
mourn their absence?
"No, no,,surely not. How then shall
they be, preserved so that we can
teach our children to honor them? I
propesis.this plan; Let every county
erect a Monument, - qn which shall be
iriscribed the name of every soldier
fronrsaid county who has lost his life
in this struggle. Let Huntingdon Co.
be the first to move in the matter. No
morepioos or patriotic work can he en
gaged in. Which of our patriotic men
of wealth will put the ball in motion?
"Let us have in West Huntingdon or
on cemetery hill a monument worth
twenty thousand dollars; an honor
at once to the livingand .the dead." •
The value , of a sowing machine rec
ommends itself without any additional
comment from us. Whafis necessary
in a town the size of this is that some*
reliable agency for the same be ap
pointed through whom the machines
can be ordered. Benson M. Greene
has been appointed the sole' agent for
Sowing Machines of Grover & Baker,
which are celebrated as a good instru
ment, Mr. Greene, is also celebrated
as a good agent; so, with a good agent
to obtain a reliable machine, good re
sults may be expected from the pur
chase. We would recommend all who
desire to save labor, and do neat and
rapid sewing to buy one of the Grover
& Baker -Sewing Machines from B. M.
Greene, whose office is in the Diamond,
opposite David Gwin's Store.
The Stereoscopic VIONTS.
Surely ; they miss a grand sight who
neglect visiting E. C. Summer's Castil
ian and seeing the Stereoscopic Views
with which he has adorned it. In the
200 views the Stereoscope contains
there can be seen natural illustrations
of battle fields, the contemplation of
one alone would satisfy you that there
.is something to bo seen. Besides bat
tle field scenes, there aro Borne magni
ficent views of the Niagara Falls and
surroundings, cataracts, and vieWs of
the important bridges, buildings, &e, of
the world. The Views can be soon
distinctly in the evening, as well as
day, by the flood of light afforded by
• —We notice several new dwelling
houses going up in town. They aro
small, but just the kind wanted to
accommodate small families not able to
pay heavy rents. Workthen are busy
on James A. Brown's lot preparing it
for a three story brick. The eastern
room of Cunningham & Co's building
on Railroad street is fitting up for a
new hardware store:by IL S. Wharton
The large room to be occupied' as the
Globe printing office, on Washington
street and Globe alley, is being pushed
.completion as rapidly as circum
stances will admit. We will soon
have elbow roam to put work through .
in a rush and in good style.
In a - letter• we published some
weeks ago, Capt. Bratton of Co 8..49th
Regt., was reported killed. We now
have the pleasure of announcing that
he was not killed or wounded—he is
Lest week in recording the accident .
to . -Mrs.. Pei gh tal in He n ry'S stOro, wo
stated that she descended the mova
ble hatchway. Wo should have stated
that she fell down the stairway that
leads to the lower apartment.
Now Law letira
We call attention of the public to
the now law firm advertised in anoth
er column—Scott., Brown &
These gentlemen aro too well known
as correct business men to need any
fiworablo notice from us. They have
been tried and 4ye.not boon found
The Place to Call.
Mrs. J. Sager is prepared to .accom•
modato the public with Photograph
likenesses at her rooms adjoining tho
buiidirim. Call and examine
WALL ,rAvgn RECEIVED
Tho• latest and most fashionable
styles of Wallßap er just received at
Lewis! Book Storo. The stock is ex
tonsivo, bnt those who come first will
:be the Sooner suitedL,-having tho first
Presbytery - of Flouting(loss
A correspondent - fUrnishes the fol
owing to the Ifolliclay:shurg ,57and4rd:
The Presbytery- of Huntingdon hold
its last stated meeting at Hollidays
burg, commencing on the 11th ofAprl.
The Rev. 0. 0. McClean was chosen
Moderator, and the Rev. Messrs.R. M.
Wallace and John 11. Clarke, Clorks.
W. A. Fleming and G. W. Shaffer,.
ministers, and John Kratzer and Jo•
seph Smith, ruling elders, wore elected
delegates to the next General Assem
bly, each having previously expressed,
in open Presbytery, the opinion that
tho time for an organic union of the
Old and New-school churches has not,
yet come. Mr. William Gernmili was
taken under the care of the Presbytery
as a candidate for the gospel ministry.
Messrs. Wm. B. Noble and Richard M.
Campbell,. of the Western Theological
Seminary, and Mr. Nom.* of the
Princeton Theological Seminary, were
licensed to preach the gospel.
The following . preamble and resolu
tions were, with cordial unanimity,
adopted : •
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
God,the Sovereign Disposer of all events,
Within the past ten days to crown our
armies with successive signal victories,
which have resulted in the capture of
thousands of prisoners, numerous
prominent officers, and finally in the
surrender of the commander-in-chief of
the rebel army, with the entire army of
Northern Virginia, thus giving prom
ise of an early cessation of hostilities,
and the complete and final overthrow
of the existing rebellion, and the rein
statingof the authorities dour govern
ment over the entire extent of our be
loved and afflicted country; therefore,
Resolved, 1. That we. as a Presby
tery, convened, in the Providence of
God, at this eventful crisis, fool it to
bo our duty and privile . , :o to record
our humble and hearty thanks to our
Heavenly Father for his great good
ness exclaiming, "Not unto us, 0 Lord,
not unto us, but unto thy name give
Resolved, 2. That we honor the con
summate bravery and skill of the offi
cers, and the enthusiasm and scllsac•
rificing devotion of the rank and file
of our-noble army, through whose a'
gency, under God, these results have
Resolved, a. That our deepest sym
pathies be extended to those whose
homes have been saddened by bereave
ment from the late decisive conflicts.
After the adoption of the above, the
long-metre doxology, was sung, and
the Presbytery was led in p . rayer by
the RMr. Orr Lawson. The Row. S. T.
Lowrie was dismissed to the Presby
tery of Philadelphia, and the Rev.
John 11.4ilintloy was received from the
Presbytery of Chicago.
Presbytery adopted, as a standing
rule, that applications for aid from tho
Board of Domestic Missions, and from
the Fund for Disabled Ministers, &tr.,
must bommdo at stated meetings; and,
from the latter, through a co mmittee
consisting of tho Bev. Messrs. Itam
mill, Lawson, and Elliott.
The next stated meeting of this
Presbytery will be held in Alexandria,
Pennsylvania, on the first Ttie.ulay of
October, at eleven o'clock A. M., and
an adjourned meeting in Clearfield
church on the third Tuesday of June,
at seven o'clock P. 111. J. H. C.
Death of "Old Flnuntbai. ,,
The :Bedford Inquirer of the 12th
gives the following in relation to the
death of this well trained animal:
The world renowned performing an
imal, "Old Hannibal," - who for almost
half a century has been the greatest
wonder of the animal kingdom, died
at Centreville, in this county, on last
Sunday morning, the 7th inst., at 7.51
o'clock. Hannibal was attached to
the combined Menagerie and _Circus
which exhibited here on last Friday.
Ho displayed evidences of indisposition
and feebleness several days previously
at , MoConnollsburg, and it required
great labor and perseverence to got
him across the' mountains to Bloody
Itun. On Friday he was very ill, hav
ing steadily refused food for . several
days He left hero on Saturday morn
ing with a very unsteady stop, for
Centreville, whore be died on Sabbath
Hannibal was the largest animal
ever exhibited on this continent. His
height was 11 feet 8. inches, and his
weight was ascertained to be 15,000
pounds, or seven and one. half cons. He
consumed 8.00 pounds of bay, 3 bushels
of oats and 40 gallons of Water per
day. - He was supposed to be in his
66th year at the time of his 'death.
For 36 years he traversed this conti
nent, at an.average of 3000 miles per
year, the greatest curiosity ever ex
hibited to the wondering and admiring
millions. Many interesting and in
structive anecdotes are related of this
wonderful quadruped which wo would
most willingly relate did space permit,
but we can only give Wm a passing
notice and leave others to, record his
history as it morits to be.
The watchman who spent the last
night with the living Hannibal, reports
him as having been very restless during
the night, frequently shifting his posi •
tion, lying down and getting up. -At
ono time he endeavored to break loose
from the stump to which he was tied.
Sometime before his death he got on
his knees on all-fburs,and remained in
that position half an hour. When it
became apparent that his end was
approaching, a crowd of persons assem
bled to see this ponderous and tremen
thusly vigorous animal expire. hears
were entertained lest in his dying ago
nies some ono might be hurt, but nIl
precaution wasunnecessary. Hannibal
At the tithe above stated, stretched
himself to full length and died without
a struggle, without a qniver; 'as
faintly sleeping. So ends `Old Hannibal;
a sadneSs cense upon us at' the solenin
announeemont. :.his proprietors were
telegraphed from Cumberland, who
gtive orders thathe'shoeld bo interred
without robbing him of any of his or
"Ileav'M what enormous strength death
How muscular the giant's arm must be,
;y 0 g rasp that strong•boned elephant, and,
nito of all • '
His efforts, tis.,ltiAn to the earth!"
The Charge Against the Assassins,
Jefferson Davis Included in the Number.
The following is the charge against
David E Harold, George A Atzerot,
Lewis Payne, Michael O'Laughlin,Juo
II Surratt, Edward Spangler, Samuel
Arnold, Mary E Surratt; and Samuel
Charge first. For maliciously,
fully and' i trai torously; and in aid of the
existing armed rebellion against the
United States of America, on or before
the 6th day of March, 1865, and on di
vers other days between that day and
the 15th day of April, 1865, combining,
confederating and conspiring together
with one John H Surratt, John Wilkes
! Booth, Jefferson Davis, George II
Sanders, Beverly Tucker, Jacob Thom
! son, Wen C Cleary, Clement C
George Harper, George: Young, and
others unknown, within' the military
department of Washington and within
the fortified and entrenched lines
thereof, against Abraham Lincoln, late
and at the time of said combining and
conSpirieg President of the United
States of America, and Commander in
chief of the army and
.navy . thereof,
Andrew Johnson, now vaT President
of the United . States afordliaid; WH
Seward, Secretary of State of the Uni
ted. States aforesaid', and. Ulysses S
Grant, Lieutenant Gee eral'of the army
of the United States aforesaid, then
in command of the armies of the Uni
ted States under the direction :of the
said Abraham Lincoln, and in'pursd
atm() of, and in prosecuting said Mali
cious; unlawful and traitorous conspi
racy aforesaid, and in aid of said rebel
lion, afterwards, to wit,; on the 14th
day of April, 1865, within the military
department of Washington aforesaid,
and within the fortified and entrenched
lines of said military department,
together with the said John Wilkes.
Booth and John H. Surratf;Malicious-: '
ly, unlawfully and traitorously mur
dered the said Abrahani 'Lin,e'oln then
President of the United States and
Commander-in-Chief of the 'army and
navy of the United States as aforesaid;
and maliciously, unlawfully and
traitorously assaulting, with intent to
kill and murder the said William H.
Seward, then Secretary of State of
the United States as aforesaid, and
lying in wait with intent maliciously,
unlawfully and traitorously to kill
and murder the said Andrew Johnson,
then being Vico Presi . dent of the Uni
ted States, and the said Ulysses S
Grant then being Lt. Gen. and in
command of the Armies of the United
States as aforesaid.
THE HOMEWARD MARCH.
The Army of the Potomac has all
reached the defences south of the Po
tomac, and General Ifeado'6 headquar
ters are established at Fort Albany,
on the road from the Long Bridge to
Bailey's Cross Roads.
The 2(1 Corps, illaj Gen. Humphreys,
and the Oth Corps, Major Con. Griffin,
will encamp iii the vicinity of the Tail.
road leading from - FAIls : Church to
Leesburg, although the permanent
camping grounds have not been fixed
Major General Sherrnan's headquar
ters are established at Alexandria, : and
his army is to•daY marching from
Fredericksburg to that place, whence
it will probably go into camp outside
of the fortifications, where gcod mood
and water may be most convenient.
General Sheridan's• Cavalry- Corps
will be here on Tuesday or Wednesday.
All of these troops till eacamp.within
the limits of this department, although
the Army of the Potomac, General
Sherman's army and the cavalry corps
will each retain its preSent .organiza ,
tion, and transact its military business
through the regular ()facial' aannels
Examine your Caus.—A family in'
Harrisburg narrowly , escaped being
poisoned, a few days ago, by the Use
of canned peaches. 'Pin fruit Appeared
to ha in excellent condition, When removed
from the ean, but those members of the
family who ate of it, hecaMo 'suddenly,
and if they had partaken freely of the peach
es, no doubt the consequences would have
been very serious. Upon examination of the
can it was discovered that the enameling of
the inside had disappeared, leaving the
interior of a very dark color. The probable
cause of this was a defect in the tin. Persons
who put fruit in new cans should he yory
carefuland give them a thorough examination
before using their contents.
For neat JOB PRINTING, call at
the "GLOBE Jon PenniNa Ovtet:," at Hun .
In Walker township, on Tuesday,
May 9th, Mr.. JOSEPH LEFFORD.
In Huntingdon, May 15, Miss MARY
Oneida township, this Tuesday
morning, Nay 10, Dlr. auon•
MAKER, Sr., aged about 70 .yours.
In Juniata township, May 11th, of
I .4rysipelats, • CuAntxu jostrif, son of
John and Lizzie .C. Ijefrorcl aged
Little Charlie was kbiul of tkuusnal promise and beauty;
ho was liko the half binivn roSo bud, too lovely to grow
open iho sterile nail of earth, ospoiail to its chilly blast!' .
Clod lins transplanted him to blood in i;arwilse; whoa
tho frost of death, nor the blight oral% can never comp'
Go to thy rest, my
Go to thy dreamless bed,
Goullo and uudeilled,
• yin/blessing. ou thy Lead.
Fresh roots ld thy hand,
Buds on thy pillow laid;
Mato from this fearful land,
Where Rowers no quickly fade.
Lt. B. S.
Getting offttedli•orad Oars
So many accidents continually re
sult frem pooplo.trying to get off rail ,
road cars while in motion,-that a few
words of- advice may. •not.:be' Mit of
place. We do not hope to stop the
practice, but. only to instruct those
who try it-and particularly ladies--
how to get on terra firma in tho saf
est manner: When a person finds ,it
'necessary to leave a train while in
motion they should face the forward
part of the train, look- ahead to see if
the coast is clear, and jump clear of
the cars, but in the same direction in
wi i ich the train is moving.. On • stri
king make the very best time possible
to overtake the locomotive, and you
will in - a few-seconds lose the impetus
given by the train and find yourself
safely and gracefully landed. This-is
the only way to avoid, being :rudely
jarred if not pitched heels - over head.
To jump straight out from, or in an
opposite direction to that in which the
train is moving, is absurd as well as
dangerous. - ••
RESUMPTION OF SPECIE PAYMENTS:-
The rapid docay of rOollion, the
steady decline in gold, the easy work
ing of the whet() financial machine,
the daily evidences of subcription
the loans in the South, the .opotiing . of
,with the Southern ports, , and
the good news from foreign, countries,
arc all so many signs loOking to an
early resumption of specie pay
men ts: .
DR. STRICKLAND.,—The valuable ci rem•
edieiaffered by this regularly educated
physichm; Who Came here. from Tennessee,
highly recommended, will - he found adver
tised in our columns. His Office is No. 12.
Fast Fourth street, Cincinnati, 0. •
We would advise any ono suffering from a
distressing cough or any 'affliction . of the
hroat or huts, to try . Dr. Strickland's Mel-,
lifluous Cough %learn; it is for sale lit the
PWILAIIICLPIII4 MARKETS. • • -
Fancy nail Extra Family Flout.,, - $8,25®8.50
Common and Superfine . ' $7,25@7,75
Ilye Flour 46.75
Coro Meal ?1,1 $6,75
Extra White Wheat. $2,20@2,30
Fair nod Prime tied_ . $ 2,10@2,20
Corn, prime Fellow,, .$1,23,
Earley Ift bit $l,OO.
Cloverseed, ''6.l IDA ,
.. , 417,50
Timothy, . . . $4,50
. ... .
~ . $2,55
Bides ' ' 43
Extra Fetidly Flour Vbbl . $10,50
Extra do lB ewl 6,50
Whi to Wheat 121
Red Wheat 1 05
Dried Apple, ... -.. .................. ~.......,..... ....... ...2,1.0
Butter . • • 80
• • HUNTINGDON,' PA.. • •
WM. C. iIIoNULTY T PROpRIETOR,
Formerly or the Ernoltiin Hotel, Chomberatourg.
TERMS LIBERAL. •
, (C-1-CDC:P2Ia 1473E1WM
GREAT REDNUI'ION IN !
rfILIE. success of our armies and the
consequent decline in them's° of gold and other
commodities, enntste too to send'
GOOD TIDINGS TO !UN BLAGKSIIIIIIS,
awl all others who boy IRON, STEEL, NAILS, kc.
Having moved my store to the large mid commodious
Bricker Stcro Room, 1 have received a largo mort
moot of WAGON TIRG, 110ItSI;: SlioFt IRON, round and
vinare BAII.IIION, bought from the makers since the de
cline n gold. which I non selling at OREATLY REDU
CED PRICES. .
All persons wishing to buy IRON, STEEL. NAILS,
LOCKS, PAINTS, GLASS. or noy kind of HARDWAtteI
for rash, Will eure money by eroding thcir ordere, or call
ing at the Hardware Store. of
JAMES A. BROWN,
April 5, 'Ca
-- •OF NORTII - AMERICA,
Incorporated In Philadelphia,. 1794.
CASH CAPITAL $1,715,171,71.
ARTUUR G. cam N, Preat.
J. A. RANKIN, Rock Springs, Cooke vainly, Pa., Local
Agent for part of Centro county, also for parte of Runt.
ingdou and Blair counties.
Fob. 21, '65-6m. •
XECTJTORS' NOTICE. -•a
[Estate of Margaretha Swoops., dec'd.]
.otters testamentary, on the estate of htargaretta
Sweetie, Into of Porter tp., linntingdon co., dec'd.,having
been granted to the undersigned. MI persons I:dated
to Hui estate are requested to make Immediate payment,
and those having claims, to present them doly authenti
cated for settlement.
LEWIS KNODE, Alexandria.
4.41:AlIAM . 11411N1911, Waterer Set
April 5, '55. 6t
E XECIJr w R o S of '- p N ew? O i. T R I I. C . E d;ed.).
-. .etters testamentary, on the estate of Demos Rine late
of Franklin tp., Huntingdon county, deed.; haying bean
granted to the undersigned. All persons.lodebted to the
ostnte, are requested to tanks , immedialo payment, and
thoga having claims, to present them duty authenticated.
April 5,'65. Gt.
LLOYD, & HENRY
TILE LARGEST & MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
ALL KINDS OF GOODS;
Eror brooght to Ma cogioty.,•
•AT (iItE4TLY, iNPJ-JUP PRIQES.
HIGH PRICES PLAYED OUT,
GEORGE SIIAEFFER ,
Nearly opposite the Olobehflice, respectfully Informs
the public that ho has just opened a fine stock of
faBOOTS AND SHOES,
of all hinds, for Melt, Women. & Children,
Tho stock has been selected with care, as to style and
quality, and will bo sold at reasonable prices toanit the
Owes. The public generally pro Invited to call and ex.
examine his stock.
'sya...New. work aud.repairing done to order.
Huntingdon, May 3,1865-2 m.
CENCY • •
. . . .
riAL CO L LECTING S OLDI ERSD
' PL4: l *. S. , lIPVPTTY) 'PACK 'PAY
;ALLL w . 116 may have any claims p,-
gaiust the Government:ler Dotinty, Back Pay and
'eamons can have their claim. promptly collected by ap-,
plying either 41 mew or by letter to .
. : ' . . W. U. WOODS,
. , .
. • . - , - ..Attorney at Law;•
• ' . .. Huntingdon,. Pa.
August 12, 1863. • - .
ENVELOPES, wholesale and retail,
for eale LEWIS' BOOR:STORE.
or .orr, COMPANY.
n pursuance of thelad seetlon of the Act of- lath of
y o nnary,rsß, the Undersigned horoty OTIS ' notice to the
other sbareholderi in the Porter' Island Oit lands, Minn.
tedhaJlio Alloglie49 l tlrer, in Yetutogo conntyerinsyl•
route, that w meeting of the said ebatiholders ' , All be
held in the borough of llntitlogdon, PeunOYlYaala, on
Thursday the ISth of May 1865, ft , r the purpose of organ.
'slog an Olt company wider the provi,;!on of sald act; and
to appoint &suitable persou tommeriutend tho busince3 of
the Company in developing their lauds. -
N. 11. WOODS,
Hunt, April 2G, D. W. WOODS.
[Retitle of Thomas Ewing, deed.)
Cotters or Mbnlnietraion having been. grouted .to tlic
undersigned, on the °Otto of 'Thomns Ewiog, lato of West
township, cleoemed. All pereon6 Impaling therneelvea
indabtod to told ostato aro requested CO 1.P.!,0 tmrocdiats
payment, And theme having elallne, to present - them
arty authenticated, for settirtneut. - . - •
- - rEstiit; of:liable1; SPinfogfo, dee'dE • -
otters of administration upon the estate of Malden
Spanogio, late of Warrtersmark twp., deed., lowthg been
granted to the undersigned. all persons Indebted to the
estate will make payment, and those having claims will
present them for settlement.
WM. D. ADDLEMAN,
• Admintatri tor
Irian pluchls suIMENDER !
THE BEET AND TEM CHEAPEST'
. JOHN H. WESTEROOK.
Rospectfully inforrns the citizens of Huntingdon and
victnity that he lareJust recetratt from the city a /Inv and
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATSk,CAPS.
.Findings, Carpo Sachs,
olt of which he Is prepared to reiat reduCed
lot of choice CONFEOTIDOERIES hayo oleo been re
Don't forget the old stand in the•lllamotid. Old Cush).
more and the , public generally ere invited to call. ,
Huntingdon, alai 12, 1885. • • '
00010.A.Ci3EX "13 3®lP,
-IAvID MINGLE Respectfully in
forms the public generally that he has removed hie
op to tho building In Washington etroot, formerly oc
cupied bye. Boat, whore he is prepared to do all kind of
parix AND ICEAVT WORX 4 • -
In his Hue of buslams, mid holm to racelve it liberal pat
NEW WORK will be ramie to order, at prices to
suit the times DAVID MINGLE.
Huntingdon, March 28, 1865-3 mil
_Wittmyna 3Pcor Male.
' ' IR- undersigned: offer: the Fenn-. on
which they reside, in West township,. Huntingdon
county, at private sale. It is situated three miles from
Petersburg, and the same distance from Railroad and ca
nal. /t contains three hundred and forty-nine acres and
allowance; good buildings, and about one hundred and
fifty acres cleared, and well adapted for n •tnck farm.
E. 0. & G. W. COLDER
HAVING entered into ce.partnerabip In the
Alexandria Brewery, Ile Public ore interfne , tl7o
that they will he wowed at all times to. fill
orders on the ehortest notice. . •
INSTRANOZ. COMPANY OF
LOCATED AT PHILADKLFIOII.
ZATCORPORATED 1704. CH4.14-
The oldest Conipany; in the IT. S.
ARTHUR. O. COFFIN, Prest.
CHARLES PLATT, Sect'._
The undersigned agent for the. above . known and
reliable Company, will make inenroncoagainet pee by Ere
for any period—front one month to perpetual.
0. BARTON AMU:FAUN, -A gent.
Feb: 22;65-.43in : - • Huntingdon.
11 a I IA
40 AL BIT 3EI
ISIOST RAPID EVAPORATOR IN, THE IVORI,D
• "SORGO ITAND BOOK," FLEE.
CANE SEED, by the Ib or bushel, FOR SALE AT COST.
Prince & Co.'s Now AUTOMATIC ORG ANS. The groat
.st triumph of t h e egei
Nevratyle MKLODEONS, with improvement.,
(hour & Baker's FAMILY - SEWING MACHINES.
Senct.for Circulars, dc. : FREE. .
A:' B. BRUMBAUGH,
" - 801,E AGENT,
James Crack, Huntingdon co., Pa
apl'2, 1.565-3 m
1865. • -• .1865.
H. - ROMAN.
N R - 14
•. , •
SPRING AND SIZIMMBEZ,
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Genßesoen'e Clothing of thobestanalerial, and, made
n the beet workmanlike manner, call at
opposite tke Franklin Nome in Market Square ; Minting
don, Pa. .. .
- HEAD QUARTERS
INFORMS THE PUBLIC
THAT HE. HAS
Sk'LEND I ID BT9ofc. of NEW GOODS
CHEAPNBS S AND QUALITY
co-Ai. 4Np. SEE.:
- Pit nndarai g tiea -haro 'numerated theMderre., togetliir. .-
in thellfactiCa of the low la Huntington !a .omm ti.l
the one now, and formerly occupied: by! J.r . Seivell Stew..
art, adjoi9tog the Court Ifinum. . • . _, -1 .•
A. 19. 1311 If •PICT,
J. BEIVEI.I, STEIVA.RT.:'
~ . •
July 20, 1864
WILLIAM D. g-EMMILL,
t iv.. cz.‘
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, STOCKS;-,
LOANS, ETC., -
Bought and Sold on Commission.';
Office--511 Market street, Philad'a.
No. 709 Chestnut Street, 'a o e Sem
Who Manager has the pleasure of 'announcing thalehlt
popular Hotel Is now opou for tho roceptlois :T/Litli
.The house has been thoroughly renematoil and negly
furnished, and Is presented to the publlEas beinglia.evory,
particular a hotel suited to their %vaunt. dlio ',Sutton%
of the public is respectfully solicited. .•
March 9, 'PA-diu CJIAS. M. ALLMOND; Manager.
B LINDS AND.S , HADI:;"S
No. 16 Noith 6ixth Street' Philadelphia
YENIPIAN- 8.L11V . 17,5 . 3 AND
0 TV SHAJABY.
•The largept and Bno_•t assortiaeat I. dieelty akt:thi.
leweet coah pricqs. •
STORE SHADES MADE /LED LETTERER:. --
HENRY HARPER, .No 520 Ayok, 1
Stroet, nt:tea Din, AIILADELPIIIA;
rdannuannla ASYDEALER II
PINE JEWELRY, ,"
and Superior SILVER PLATED WARE.
• • ~
1. n-cATJF g E.I‘,..„. j .
,a WATCIDIAKR .. AND
No. 10 North aEcoNp Stro f, 41r6er . Of:Q,arry,-•
PIiILADEZPIILI, - • -
Au, nseortment of 'Watches, - Jewelry, Sneerlett
Waro constantly on hand.
SUITABLB POit HOLIDAY PRESEtiZgi.-
- 4-Z".• Repairing of Watchee and Jewelry promptly
_ • • , attended to. ' •
[Fifteen Fears. Fair Trl9ll • '
A. P.EYSSON, , Philadelphia, "].
POUDItETTE, $2O 00 per ton, taken from 1110 _SueLary,
loose, or 50 Cents per bushel, 'and $2OOO par rowan balm
-delivered at Steamboat and 'Railroad: Depots FMK
delptda. Manufactory, Gray's Furry Road, abOra
Depot. PSYSSON'S Farm, Gloucester, S ew. 'JeTaaY,
Woodbury road, ' ' •
oMce—Library Street, No. -110 back . . of tho tom Post .
Mee, PbilaLtulphla. Dealer. "
Ath do cALTpIytuLT; Strets, REIILAMpIiPIIIA,
February .1505-41n . ,us. • • • •
THE EYR AND EAR
NO* READY, A Work by. Dr. V.01'. , 1 MOAERRISRAt,.
of N 0.1027. ITalopt street, Didladelidda, dlitftled',
A .R 0,0.47 4'0.11. THE PEOPLE,
On AI folico.fing diseasen:. Eye and Ear diseases. Throat
diseases In ge4eral; Clergymen's and Public iteakerd
Sore Throat L distl,e of the Mr Passages, (Laryus(lia
Bronebitis,) 40211 MA awl cATART3II.
This Book Is to bo had at No. 606 CHESTNUT. Straec,
Thilada., arid d all llooksollers: Trion Si.? And from tliw.
author, Dr. Von Mosoliziskfir, Who can be cotieditell•
all them maladies, and rill Nervous Affections, whicli he'
treats with the surest success. Office,' No. 1627.,
Street, Philadelphia. • ' feldl-31ti '
Lt ; , - MILLINERY GOODS;
8.1100 . KS & ROSEN.HRI.,I4
WHOLESALE :DEALER.S„ ,
1ti0:431 MINKET Street, north'sirk ' •
.!lavo now opened, their usual handsome. variety, of
RIBBONS, . ,• . BONNET MATEIMALS;,
STRAW & FANCY BONNEIA
aiiilllll-otho.r articles required by the NtILTAN4It'STItArT
13.): long exr:erience and strict attention to ibis branall'
of broduees exclusively, we flatter ourselves tliat we .offtr
inducements, in variety, Myles, quality • anti. moderate
prices—not everywhere to be found. Tbe.attention.rf
MILLINERS and bIEIiCIIANTS is respeethillj , solicited.
AlGr Particular attotillori paid to filling Orders. •
March e,'135-am. , . .
The oldest Billiard Saloon, and ono Of, the best regale- 1
ted in the,Stato. Is Poulton's, situated In the ice ref Bremen
hell, near Thirst etreat. Iletng lb the business forayer ljtr .
years, he thosonghly,-Amilefetatids the what's and desire,.
of players. s room In the largest end beet lighted
the city., Tito runs are alWaye 14 the hest order, and Lai
tahles•minhothe italilledloy any inthe
1e gives .the business his direct superhitendon6,and
,can assure the finbilo that they ens find bettor' Satiable=
Alen at his !saloon t . han at any other In the city, .: .*,
No Nine sots on . the pFoiniser. : —overy mart hill, 9,4 i,
The Great Oriental Nervine Componirav,
. • , . • ,
TRUE OHOiIET OF VOOl'll ARID 13E4131'T.
' Itls a remedy that ought to ho in every House
count of its harmlessness and potency; and above,all. - be?::
causer:cite exceeding.cheapness.lt fa the cheapest rem %
edy in the world. Colds readily Yield to it, Id the abort
space of a single night the severest cold has passed away
and the Ilasheesh.ectlng ua a stimulant on the, abffiiretr,-
enables him to Vise In tho morning fresh and renewed,
Its effects 'are'wonderful. It quickly annihilates
cod Suffering, and tillerlatee humau -•-
We here-present ti feel dlrea.s4 thiXt ii.l. • plarrant
it to cure dr petseyired other. , renied:iis;sghlom being;
it Is a sure curs for Forer and - •
Sure curs, forlieileral
Euro oiro for OE Nervous and Bilious Affectiolie. * •
.wit is sure to preserve the Complexion :and
and imparts the bleem of perfect health and „lligor;y1
those Who use R. • .
&ad by . brugaiste everywhere. 'Pries e? cents PIA $l.
per box. Pos;aga ou $1 box 15 cents:
Imported holy - bltlio Gunlelf ¢IIcG Company, Ofbcs.
36 Beekman street, New Yo
For sale by John Reed,, Dritygist;, ,
.ffuntingdon, Sole Agen
11111ROWNING'S gXCELSIOR 00F,
Whilst trying Coffee of all the Tarious brands,
Remember ".BROWNIII(PS EXOELSIOR"—at the bead it
True, it's Rot like Q there that are 'SOLD EVEItYIVHBREe
A little etrata,•weall do knows good goods will eaeiltbeet,
(Put a stretch like tbis—"isoldeverywhers”.--is.veryagt to
Now, I can safely say, without any hesitation,
Theio's none like ' 4 I3RDIVII.I.IiIIPB EXOELSIOIV',. itf this
'enlightened nation. • •
Ekiiled chemists have not found a Coffee' frotn ad* Sind)
Possessing the same ingredients as •BrOwning.e.taceisior.!.
Nor is there anyone, in'or out of the Coffee trade,.
Whorknovnithe articles from which: nlirowriing's
I'm told Wu Made from barley, rye, wheat, beans itpd peat:
Name a thetumnd other !Mpg - 6-' 7 l9f the right 'ontl,ll' Tag
Bat with the Coffee-men I !ill not hold cooterdltm
Ter the many, many things they coy—te? n.!#.anGsTl. to
Whiled they're engaged An running round - Tv:on store. So
To learn the current wholesale price of "Browning's .11z
Porno who know my Coffee gives perfect satisfaction,
Have formed a plan by which they hope to cause a quick
rCaPti9P:' --; - !
The ettoe—qts with' a kir ; no (doubt 'twill be trroya-
To 1111314 their Coffee after Iran.. (Brolvuiblea) If. leior.
some say thelr'e tlxs"ohly _trawl tlist will 1;0.141' a ready_
Now, try;alittleohliim all—eor,vhich yon like the beet.
Never have I 10 your paper advertised Were; . ,;'• •
Nor would I now, or ever consent to publish more, • •
Irlihe Boras used by "everybody," "sold everywhere,
A trado like this);-do . not wish; the ordeinTinOlil not till;
The rectory Jerse'e lend would toko.--lonvo note foot
trade le not eo iery. largo; 80111. think . I. haye . .my
But, reader, you may rogtoasured, no t"50.0 PVErCY-
Manufactured mi for t effete by the wriiir,
No, 20 Market . Straot, Camden, N. 4r.
This Coffee is not comprised of `poisononi drugs 'lt ion
tains nothing deleterious; many persons use t tidiCollte
that cannot use thopurecofte pit takes but. one aiul-Ahalf
ouncetMo maks a quart of good utroig c01fet.,.. - thabbEtitk
just one-half the quantity It taken of LION 6 Cattik,'llll4 al
ways less theibalf.tho priefi:. ••• • " ;
. RETAIL DEALERS rnsfYynrclanso it in less quantities
than the grads'at my brito froth Whoicasilo Orator!.
ler.Orooto by =4l froM'Whol.s.te - ThsaNricipropiv7
*ttended.to: • •
}larch I t 1E6.1,
3 iditrPOClDitrai Or
TO THE -PEIOTTaI