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HU-NTING , D_GN, PA
Wednesday morning, Sune 14, 1865.
LOCAL 6.; PERSONAL.
Those subscribers receiving a pa
per marked with a -t before the nanie
will understand thixt the time fur
which theY 'subscribed is up. If they
wish the - .paper continued they will
renew their subscription through the
mail or otherwise
Miss_ Mollie MeCallan of Walker,
has our thanks fora handsome boquet.
• —The 'route of the Southern Penn-.
sylvania'and Cannellsvilleßailroad is
now being surveyed between Chum
bersburg and Bedford.
—Our foreman wishes to present his
thanks for a beautiful boquet sent him
by a young lady. The "devil" would
like to come in for his share also.
—We shall have to go to Virginia
for fresh beef. At Lynchburg, Vir
ginia, good:beef Steaks sell at twelve
and a half cents, and roasts at ten
cents per pound.
The Penna. Grand Lodge of Good
Ternplars will meet in Lewistown to
morrow, Wednesday. The Standing
Stone Lodge of this place will send its
—We understand that the one year
men of the 19th .Pennsylvania Cavalry
have been mustered out of the service.
If suefi is the caso the 'Huntingdon
county boys will soon be marching
the intention ,to let the water
into the Pennsylvania' ,eanal at the
several feeders between COluMbia and
Uollidaysburg,'on the 15th inst., and
that boating wilt commence on or
about the 20th.
—Our clerks who - have endeavored
to have the stores closed at seven, have
.not yet succeeded in their object. We
-apprehend they aro meeting with a
few disappointinents, that they alone
-know ho.w to experience.
despatch of last week states
that the 202 d Pennsylvania Regiment
is on duty in the coal regions, in ardor
to quell any demonstration of riot that
the miners may create. The compa,
.the regiment are stationed at
Ashland, Pettsvilie and other places.
—The Fulton Republican says that a
;line specimen of petroleum has been
taken from a spring near Burnt Cab-.
.ins; that county, and near the south
ern border of this county. It will not
be long, we
,apprehend, before the gill
,zens of the lower end will explore their
—The Ebensburg /12/6yltanian of last
meek states that.oit.has been struek,in
Allegheny township, Cambria county,
_eight miles from Ebensburg,
,ivhitli• is of superior quality, and in
.unploasing to contem•
plate. The oil was• struck at a tlis
tance of . three hundred
:oven fest beneath the surface.
--Soldier. t,rains contiune ,to pass
,westward, and the times remind Us of
the days , when they were marching
.clown to Dixie. - The boys loolc
.barnt And brawny, giving every
cation of ha.v,ing, "smelt gunpowder,"
—some felt, also,—and the frequent
•burrihings assure us they are glad to
meet their friends onto more.
—Let us have a demonstration on
the Fourth, is the cry all over the
country-, Surely, no .demonstration
will comefrom merely crying after it;
we must meet the call in a proper way.
Turn,out, have your meetings and de
cide that forthwith you will commence
preparations for a grand jubilee.
—The Juniata Sentinel mentions the
following among the number of public
iinprovements that are suggested to
be introduced in the town of Mifflin:—
A cemetery - a suitable • monument in
the Qourt.yard or , in the . .ctinter of tho
proposed Cemetery in honor of the
citizens who have been killed in battle
or died in service; a free bridge; and
a now Presbyterian church.
—A communication from Moores-
Tillecthis county, informs us that
Thanksgiving day was well observed
there, ancl‘at Manor TIM. The writer
'suggests, now that the war is over,
and: our brave boys are returning
home, that there be a grand jubilee all
aver the country on the Fourth ofJuly
next.: We cordially agree in his sug
It is time 'for pie.nics to be in
vogue in this place.as they are in oth
er noighbsiring towns. One did come
off on Saturday last in which the h ive
or,rather, younger ladies, par
ticipated;- let- those moving in older
circles and claiming the right to ma
turity be moving in the same direction.
Our - h7q says : he likes nothing better
than to see the lads and lassos enjoy
ing themselves and `!sowing their wild
patSr,'?.i4:theit youthful days.
—The printers of Lewistown are
feasting highly this Spring on• Ice
Cream, straWberries, a.; and every
. voelc their local column has a `-`pufr
for some ice cream they have tasted,
and which they style the "best," "par
excellence," &c. The ice cream deal
ers in that place must be very gener
ous NO 2'9 ,they can delight printers so
xnuel ) as to make them envy their po
sition. There *are only niuo ice cream
sktocias in Lewriatewn, and'this must
account for tho printers' festivals:
A. Dlonninent in Memory of Huntingdon
Cciuntr , s Dead Soldiers.
A few gentlemen in this place in a
general conversation started the idea,
that as the Nation will take care of the
memory of its martyred President and
of the officers of high rank who have
fallen in the rebellion, so, small com
munities should not let die the names
of the heroes who have fallen in the
ranki and in the humbler offices. Why
then might not we erect a Monument
in this county in memory of the sol
diers who have fallen in the war for
the Union ? It seems to meet with
general favor from all, and wherever
it,has been since mentioned people say
they would be glad to have the oppor
tunity to help in the work.
In order to discuss the propriety of
inaugurating such a movement in the
county, we have been requested to say
that a meeting of all who fuel interest
ed in the project: will take place in the
Court !louse .
On Tuesday, June 20, at 2 o'cloch,T. m.
Let There be a representation from
every township and townin tho coun
ty, and do not wait. for meetings to
send you, but if your heart tells 'you
this is right, come, and givo it your
S. H. Reid,
Geo. W. Johnston,
Wm.. B. Leas,
T. S. McCuban,
J. R. Simiison
H. S. McCarthy,
A. N. Benedict,
J. D. Campbell,
R Allison Miller,
G. IV: Garrottson,
S. S. Stowart,
W. B. Zeigler,
. This . noble object needs no words of
commendation from us. Every patni- -
ot who has retained the memory of
the contest just 'terminated, will cher
ish the -memory; of those connected
with the contest who -have fought for
the perpetuity of the Nation ; but
more especially will those be honored
who died defending the right. We
:are pleased to see the project brought
:thus far, as it has been the
many to have:an .opportunity to aid
in honoring the departed brave. The
opportunity is now presented ; let pa
triots work itsfutOliment..
Get Tour Life Insured
It behooves the merchant, mechanic,
farmer, professional Man, and, indeed,
,every man and w0iy,1„14,1 to secure to self
and family ,the privileges of Life Insu
rance. ' It is well for tho husband and
,to insiAre promptly, and thus
save his little ones from want, and pro
vide for them a home. It is well for
the young man
_to secure the benefits
of. such a yalaable investment as that
of Life Insurance. And it is well, too,
to insure in a first-class Company—orie
in which the most factorable terms for
Insurance are presented, the most
sidliftil and .e.yperienced management
is obrerv.ed, and one where the best pro
' visions are made. ThiS is claimed fer,the
North America Life Tnsuranco Com
pany of New York, and we would
urge all to insure their lives in this
popular and reliable Company. Our
well known gentlemanly friend, Wm.
J. Geissinger, Agent, who is now in
This ,pla.c.e, Avill remain for a Short time
to receive sobscribers, and give all the
necessary ,irtfclrmation that:they may
*sire, an .relation to the benefits of ,In
wane(); and the reliability of the
Company he represents. Mr. G's. of
fice is at N 0.434 Waltlat—strect„Phila-
it t Expected
That we will have a celebration on .
the coming Fourth. .Citizens have
asked us, and we in turn have asked
citizens whether the project VAR fall
through, now that is started so far as
to be proposed. Our people expect it,
and it remains for 'the !`go.abead" in
dividuals to make the preparations.—
There will bo.a disappointment among
the generality of our citizens if noth
ing is done to commemorate the 4th
of July, 1865.
We suggest that a meeting be held
on some, suitable evening this week
for the purpose of instituting some ar
on next Fourth of July. This plan is
already being adopted in other places
and is the surest way of having the
On the afternoon of Thursday last,
while:the camel back engine, the Tus
carora, was at a point three miles and
a half above Saxton, on the B. T. R.
R., by some cause or other its boiler
exploded, shattering the .engine com
pletely. The engineer, James Camp.'
bell„was thrown some distance, had
his head frightfully 'gashed, and his
ankle , crushed.' Ho died almost in
stantly. The fireman, Alex. Long,
was scalded; and two brakemen were
also injured. We learn that the de
ceased was a resident of Altoona,
where his parents are living. There
was a lady seated on the engine along
side the engineer a short time previous
to the explosion, who luckily got off
in time to escape injury:-
Those interepted in the project of
erecting a 'Monument in memory of
Huntingdon eptinty's dead soldiers aro'
requested to meet in tile Court House
next Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock.
It is expected and desired that there
will be a good turn out of citizens of
the county, so that the.moveinent will
at once be inaugurated ; hot repre7
sentatiyes from eyery town and•tolli•
ship of the county
.attend, end do not
wait to ire eOnt. We must not bo be,
hind neighboring counties in the good
work of honoring the memory of the
Wont to Come Home
We have received a communication
from a Corporal in the 188th Pelma.
Regiment, in which he complains of
the injustice of keeping them stationed
at Richmond after it is taken, and the
rebellion ended. The duty he says
they have to do is, to construct and
repair Southern bridges and make race
grovmds, besides drilling twice a day.
The Writer.states some of his saperior
officers sentpetitions to 'the War De
partment to keep them in the service
as long as troops are wanted ; this
they did, too, by falsely stating the
troops had given their consent. "The
constant cry in camp is," the writer
proceeds, "When will they, send us
home? We aro all anxious to get home,
and wo hope our. northern friends will
do all they can for'us;"
New Alan Cars.
The Ponnsylvaniaßail Toad. Com
pany have placed upon the road a
number of new ears expressly for the
accommodation of the U. S. mail ser
vice. They aro very handsomely con
structed and conveniently arranged for
the use intended. The mail messenger
has now car to himself, and is re•
quired to receive letters, others than
those deposited in regular offices, and
mail them on the car. This, gives the
people at all points en opportunity to
get - letters into the mail at the last
moment before the ,departure of the
train. Since the mail cars have been
placed upon the road, the route from
Philadelphia to Pittsburg has been
made two divisions viz :—from Phila
delphia to Altoona, and from Altoona
61500 Protojloo} to A ; mortcou 'Writers.
The publisher of the Home Weekly,
Philadelphia, announces that he will
give $lOOO fn the best story, 8.300 for
the second best, $lOO for the third, and
two premiums each of $5O for those
next best. The merits of the stories.
to he decided ).)y eminent and.
known literary men, whose names will
be published with their decisions. All
manuscripts must be sent in by the
Ist of October, 1865. Edgar Poe wrote
his famous story of "The Gold Bug" as
a prize story for this paper, aud the
writers of the United States have now
an opportunity of giving the public a
chance of seeing what talent wo have
among us, and we hope those who are
still unknown to fame, but feel that
they have in them "ti:ights that
breathe and words that buirn," should
at onto set , to work and scud to the
Home Weekly, Philadelphia, the results
of their genius.
111.1 . 1 . 1 ed by Lightning
'Lamentable Oceurr'enee.—On Monday
afternoon last, says the Altnona Trib•
line, d'tii•ing the prevalence of a than
.der storm, two young 'r.;irls named
Ilatuilton and Plummer residing• in
Logantown, in tko suburbs of our bo
rough, were struck by lightning and
instantly killed. They were in anput
house ,at the time, from which smoke
was'seen -issuing shortly after, Alm on.
currence by a passerby,y,nd upon
..ing to ascertain the cause discovered
to his horror the lifeless bodies of the
unfortunate girls. -'Their clothing was
almost entirely:burned from their bo.
dies by fire communicated from the
-Chpuge of Schedule
The trains on the Huntingdon and
Broad Top Pailread .commence run
ning op P new schedule on Wednesday
Juni3J-11.1). Tho. Mail Passenger train
will- leave* hero in the morning at 8
and .arrive at Dudley at 11 10. 4.
mail will leave Dudley .at 130 A. M.
and, arrive hero at 12 01, The Ex.
press Passenger will leave here in the
evening...Pt 6 10,.arriying at. Mt. Dallas
at 9... An d3xprees,nlsoleayes Dudley
at 4 2. M. and arrives at Huntingdon
at• 6 20 P. M. For further particulars
un dorstand that preparations
for a "big time" on the Fourth are
being made in the Broad Top regions,
in honor of the suppression of rebellion,
the return of our soldiers and the ad
vent of peace. We predict that the
spirit of patriotic.enthusiasm will Os-
Bess the citizens of every portion of
our county on that day, and there will
bo a "big time" generally. That is
what we want to see.
P • -
new office is rapidly being
finished, and it is ex.peeted that we can
move in by the first of July. There is
plenty of light, plenty of elbow-room,
and plenty of elbow-grease, to see, to
work, and to do a good job of print
ing from an advertisement the size of
a finger nail to a poster as largo as our
newspaper. Send in your jobs.
Amendment to the Common School Law
By a most sensible amendment to
the School Law of this State, passed
last winter, the minimum ago for chil
dren to be admitted to tho common
schoojs WAS changed from five to six
years of 'age. 14urses, cradlp, rock
ing horses, baby jumpers and tin rat :
ties will no longer, of necessity form a
part.of ordinary school house furniture,
much to the delight of school ma'ams
and school masters evervw here.
Juniata Ahe ad
On Wednesday last we wore presen
ted with another I)enutiful 'hotpot,
from Juniata township, by 'Ails& Sadie
neiffner. She _will plcakr accept our
thanks. • , •
A flour mill in Newton Iramilton
was destroyed by fire on Friday night
last. It is supposed tO have been prod
by incendiaries. We have not learned
A "SmartCysfxr Lotter.
We havo _received th.o followiug tot
ter from a friend. CoMMent upon it
MR. EDITOR had a skore off
trublesion thiukin for sum . days. Mrs.
Fyser insists on mrsacrytysing mysef
too my country. -She saz, Sacry, my
dear, why don't you bee a gnat° man,
why don't you (AIM. yuresef befour the
people too got 410 oltis. These consol
ing words sit moo to thinkin, as I dee
reenly dosed on my, restless pillar,off a
butifull munelit niLe, While the musk
eeters sang there bongo* , requiem
arround my downy hooch. I saz too
mysef, tsay., Mr.' Fyser, yore not bean
a pa t treot, althOugh your lived, in thiss
grate land Of liberty frum uthhtid,
yit yore never devoted a day too, thee
proteckshun off her reveered institu
shuns. This oneomplementary sujes.
tion maid me foal ugly, and from that
minnit, Mr. :Editor, eonkluded to re•
form. I rumihated.Under my past ca
reer; how I liati resisted With butifull
firmness awl Lothian desires for gloery
on the feeld Off strife: how I had lit:-
tend, with most husbandal affectshun,
too thee very natral rekwestS off Mrs.
Fyser, when she bonded upon me won
or too off hek swetest dimples, and inn
such suthing acksents she sell ; "Sacry,
My deer ' don't go, don't think off it; .
yu'll brake my heart; - only weight a
knple.of yore,s, and , then yn ican use
yure pourful infehleck in the lejislatur
hauls. We must haw statemon to, Mr.
Fyser, and if you with tru morale Isir
age resist the lolls too . gloery'ana re.
noun now offered. too awl on theo bat
tle feeld yu will live to serve yore
country in another score. When thee
war is over, then ofer yoresef a livin
sitcryfise on the alter off ytiro country;
then foresako fronds, home and pro•
side for too enter the fereful strife oft
words, and then conduct yuresef with
kuragis bravery agenst the enemies of
Sich argyments as these, Mr. Editor,
I - eudn't resist; brute strenth must
cum down befoul• sientific reson. Mrs,
Fyser Willed and I wilted.
As I sot beneath thooyerdent shade
off my paternal home, while the jonge
summer breze from, its mowntin fast
ness waved its. condolous aronnd my
thinkin brow, I pOnVerd and I decided
to saoryfiso my
,talents,my life, my
helth, MrS.:PysercaUd my all too my
Country's caul. With the glowrious
kern, hartcasin kenShifsness off having
performed a ancrythial deed, I grabod
my guse-kivil too inform you off my
doterminashun, and too have you in.
form awl yuro constitashunists that' I.
am willing. I•don't want to be Presi
dent; it's most as bad as goin too war;
but I'd take Congress, that pays purty
well, and has sum oner attached, if I
kan git on then good sido off sum ;poor,
O,prest and sufrin Ethiopium whu has
been expulshuned frum a strete ear,
and nobly stand up inn defense of the
Inn Icaso thou'. nin't no vacancy
their I'm widin too go too lltrisburg.
Plezo let mo no, Mr. Editor, when ill
levo, so I kan mako preparashuns too
love, and inn yure letter tell me how
much a yore a feller Bits for bent she
riff, and trcsury, and supervisor.
Subso:iptions wilt bo re.cuived,by the- •
First National Bank of filintingdon.
First' National Bank of .11o` l(itlayallurg
First .National Bank of Altoona.
First National Bank of Bellefonte. .
First National Bank of Harrisburg.
SACRY :OMR. I my 24,1365 .
lcain stillness oft' at'Joon moruin
maid.dubly redolent by 'tile ballushin
atin icons - off a tripperwill fromthe
subarbs of a naboring drielt, is wafted
around rue as I seal mysef too a pub
lic lif and subseribe.mysaf,
R_Payno, the man who attempted
Secretary Seward'e life, has boon rac
ognized as Richard Lee, son of the re•
b,3 . 1 Admiral lice, and nephew;of Geol.
tgs - • "Slavery viewed from the Bible
Stand Point," by Rev. J. M. Adair, for
sale at Lewis' Book Store, price 10
on the t'd inst., by Bev. alin
iscr, at the Jaekson:House, I.I.AaaY L.
FistlEa, of Virginia,,-,to Alias. MAGGIE
READY, of Broad.Top...o.ity..
.DIER - •
After a brief illness at the Louse of
his son..inAmr .Chartea IL Miller, on
Wednesday morning, 7th inst. WM.
WELCH, Esq., ferraorly . of Vellefonte,
in thO 79th year of his ago.
riII°TEELA_EIZS.—Do you really
Intend to cease :tve:aritig the 'beautiful styles 'WV ,
so prevalent, or &gas, less elegantly, bectutso Alto rebol
Jolt. Davis, was.,
~cepturcU in Fashionable Female Attire?
One moment's calm reflection will surely serve, to change
your rash resolve. Tho angels hod top much gootksenso
to lay, asap thoir pure chnsto robes of wblie, because
they hod fora timo seyved to hide the deformities of that
Pribee of ilphOls, thoyovki, „gen you err iu following the
exam - Diouf AsMelat Thon haring made up your mind,
that you will continue , to • dress tastefully r c, gardiess of
rebel acts, do not forget Sacoll at the store of the subscri
bers, who wilt be happy at alt Oast to f +trash you with
such stiletto of dress es you ply desire. Urge your falb
ors,,hnsbands, brothers, 'neighbors nod children to visit
the some store. They can hero!. suited in good Articles
of Boats, Shoes, Clothing Material" ilate, Cons, Queens
ware and n general assortnnint of a rocerios, on as Ton,
sonoble terms as at any )(onus in town. Storo on South
east corner of the Diamond, Ifuntiugdon, l'a.
may 91,1105. • .! > • JAS. B. WALLACH.
DR: STRICKLAND.--,The valuable rem
edie4 offered by this regularly educated
phy s ici a n, w h o came bare from Tennessee,
highly recommended, will be found advir
tised in our columns. His office is No: 6
East Fourth street, Cincinnati. 0.
We would advise any ono suffering frail) a
distressing cough or any affliction of the
broat or lunge, to try 'Dr. Strickland's,Mele
lilluous Cough Balsam; it is, for sale at the
• • . Jlinc, 14
nary and rxtra Pimfly 5R25(00,00
Coma - ion and Superfinn $0,0003,25
ltyo Moor 45.2.5
Corn Meal— IA $4,50
Ex Ira White Whoa 4, $2,2,302,10
Fntr anal Prime MO
Corn, prime Ve)low
Cloyerseed, T 64
Nlnx - Eccd, •
HUNTINGDON MARKET/3.. •
Extra Family ElOur 'fbb'l $8,50
Extra do cwt 4,60
White Wheat - tiO
Red Wheat 1,40
Mater ........ ..........
Sides. ' •
"j's" communication is crowded out
ff. S. 7-30 LOB..
MIIE-1.13g;=/0 - S63M/I.3C2MES,
Joon 9, 1865,
By, authority of ti e.See re tary of the T ies ury, the un
dersigned, tlie General Bilbserilltlon Agent for the 'vile of
Unitec~Staten Securities,' offers' 10 Oa Public the
series of Treasury Notes, bearing seven and three-tenths
per coat ,laterest peFiennns; known ne the
Tbeso nota arodesued under date of duly 15, 1865; arta
are payable three yearn from that date In currency, or aro
convertible nt Om option of the holder Into
'U. 8. 5-20 - 8.1 - 4' PER CEXT. GOL.P
Thoso Bonds aro now worth a handsome premium, and
are - exompt, SW aro Millie Geioin'inont . .nonde; front State
Chanty, ft>!l! Municipa/ lgzntiaa , which add: frant : puo to
Oree per cent. perrittriumloAiir value, acioraing Ito the
rate looted upon other property. Tho interest Is payable
sand-annually by coupons attachod to Inch note, which
s t itt:' - oin:nrrtiolrt : to riiiibank:lor • Van,liar.
The interest at 7.30 per cent, amounts to
One cent vier clay on a. : .$5O ?tote
Two cents . " " sip° .
Ten " " ss6o'„ ` <<
20 ” " " $lOOO _ "
$1 " " $5OOO "
Notes ofulltho 4enourinatjons natnod wllt beyrnunitly
-furnished upon receipt of subsoripthine.: ' •
The Notoe of the Third scrlce ere precicoly similar in
form aml.prlvilegee to the Seven-Thlrties airea t iy
except that the Government reserves to Itself the option
of paying tutored In gold pip at' 6 bee cent., Instead of
7 3 10tha in currency, Spl?scribore will deduct tho Intarout
to cureency up tp July I:4N at the ttrqo glen tltainult
The dellYery of the notes Of this : third lodes of the
Beyond Males will commence on the Ist of Juno, and will
be rued° promptly and continuously atter that dote.
The slight change mode In the, conditions of this vginD
SERIES af f ects only the matter of Intermit. The:pay
ment in gold, if made, ho eguiValont to the currency
interest of tho highoi tate:
The return to specie payments, in the event of which
only will the option to pay, interest In Gold be avallod of;
would so reduce and cqualico prices pmt purchases made
with six per can gold,woUld rally equal fo th'eso
made rith !men and three tenths .per cent. in currency.
THu ONLY , LOAN IN MARKET
Now offered by tho Goiernmeht, nod Its superior mina
loges make it tho
Great Popoldr Loan of the People
Less than $230,000,000 of tho loon authorised by tbo
lint Cot gross or now on the mark? 'Phia ' amount, at
the into at which It is being absorbed, will all be.subscril,
ad for within silty days, when the notes will uddotibt
command a premium; us bus uniformly boon case
on closing 'the subscriptions to other Lonna. • ,
In ordor.that citizens of ovary town audeoction of the
country may be afforded fireillties for taking the
the Nulicnal Banks, Btnto Bank, and Private Bankern,
throughout the country, have generally agreed to recolvo
subscriptions at par. SubsFribers trill select ,their own
agents,' in whom they have confidence, and who only ere
to be responsible for the delivery of (be notes for which
they iaceive orders.
NEW GOODS. .:
D. P. CWIN
INFORMS THE PUBLIC
TIIAT lIE lIAS ' •
SPLENDIL STOCK of NEW GOODS
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE.
D. P. GNIFIN,
May. 53, '6.5.
NEW CLOTHINO '
AT. LOW PRICES.
M. OUTMAN -
HAS JUST OPENED A FINE STOGIC:OF NE
SPRING AND .&ilfillEß (ODDS,
Which ho offers to all who want•to be
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE -TIMES.
His Stock consists of Ready-made Clothing for
MEN AND BOYS,
11007.1 AND SHOES, HATE - AND CAPS, - AC., AC.
Shonid gentlemen desire any particular kind or cntof
clothingvicit found in the stock on band, by leaving their
invaenro they con he'accommodated at short notice.
Call at the cast corner of the Diamond, over Long's
Eftintiogdon; May. IT, -
PIANOS & MELODIANS FOR SALE
NO CABINET ORGANS.
1 2 4 - trpot ei, Mczple ,. • .04.64823. t,
V T ROFESSOR. lIIIGII • COYLE of
fer. for sale the celebrated PIANOS -,..F.:..e.14.
or ECK ,t.' CO.,l'orr York; vrldeh he con- ee l
elders cannot be surpassed in touch or tone- I
bility by any Instrument in tho market. .
Net withstanding Steinway & Ctes. Instrumento nro
considered superior by certain agents, tint Professor can
only pronounce thaw good, far there fa an uncertainty in
the toms which ho will not recommend. An Steck in the
only monufacturer that glue a PRINTED GUARANVER for
the durability of his instrument, I have no hesitation in
recolmlrn , lint. Ono same.
Prof. Coyle is a Judge, from the fact that lin has had
twenty yearn experience in teaching music, which of Itself
qualifies hint to recommend any Instrument, but Stodk'n
to Ln $l.OO
The community can use their discretion in purchasing
instrymonts, put Professor Coyle feels himself njydge,
end notwithstanding nil fictitious ativertisemeutsf] he
would recommend Atech & f o'ei Ib preference to. alb:alt
er, PROF. H. COYLE.
Huntingdon, !any 24, 1865-3 m •
JOHN sou, BAIITLI. T. DT.OHN, JOHN Df,
rpho nvne of this firm lttisUctn
cd from SCOTT . t DROWN, to :
SCOTT, 'BROWN. de E111411 . - B y, • •
under which name they will hereafter conduct their
• -17' LA !r,,. ppirrivop ay, PA.
PENSIONS; and all elahns of noldears sand NOldiers' heirs
ageing the Gotterninept, trill ll Fumptly pfosecutel
May 17, IS6I-tr. : • •-• . •
Vrexh. Garden & Flower Keeds,
For Sale at Lolyis' Book - Storo. tE
86 . 6CRIPTIOX AClEZBT,'Phitaddlilleil
3 P 5.11 ";4 11 P -5717- 8 1 V7 321
A GOOD PI OTOGRAT'H LIKENESS,
CALL AT -
MRS. R. J. SAGER'S
On'°hill. Street, two doors <oest of
Lewis' Book Stor.; ."
CALL AND SEE SPECIYIENS.
Mpatiftvlon, MAT 17, '6s—lf. •
vvr , • • ,
Mitt undersfigno id,§j)idtftilly
forms the pulitiortbat t ,,lnwhig obtained from the
: the soli Agency Sir the sal, of STEIN
WAY Se SONS VIANCIS;MASON A' IT AMIN'S CABINET
ORGANS and CARUART, NEED HAM & COS MELO
DEONS. lie Is prepared to furnish Instruments to per wisblng to buy at the rutall prices in Philadelphia
and New bark.
N. B. Every Instrument warranted for Are year..
no Is aboard° agent for the celebrated StIVVI.NG MA-
R o v rat A x!,uusat, to.l would respectfully
requelt perioni wishing to buy - gachincs fo call :and
examine his before purchasing others,. as ; they are• nue
ntialled by any Machine manufactured..
~ .,Ciroulars. of! luatniments or Machines,' sea promptly ,
upon application with any additional information desired.
.01 - Tootle P.G he, Store.
May 17; 'O5-tf. linutingdon,Pii.'
At the old stand of Swartz & McCabe ;
HILL STREET, HUNTINGDON; PA.
WM. C. MONULTY, PROPRIETOR,
Formerly Mille Franklin Hotel, Chamberaburg.
may; !: .
NEW STORE, AND NEW GOODS.
CHEAPEST CLOTHING in Town
LEOFOI. 7 4LpILQOPiiII . ,,
A LARali ASSORTHENT OF NEW STYLES OF :
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Which be offers to the public
.AT THE CHEAPEST
.. Ilia stock catiebiti'or -
GENTS , PURNISHING GOODS, •
FIATS & CAPS, BOOTS Sc SnaB,lCO.'&o.
Ilia More is at the •
OLD BROAD TOP CORNER, lIIINTINCIDON, PA.,
Where ho will be pleased to receive and accommodate alt
automate, LEOPOLD BLOOM,
Nun ti ngdon," ENV ID, 1885:
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
RAVING - PURCHASED the en
tire stock of Wm. Colon. we now offer to tho public
at reasonable prices our Immense stock of
• SCHOOL, - -
AND MISCELLANEOUS -. BOOKS,
STATIONERY, I. , ocipx JIOOKS, , PORT3IONAIS,4O.
Mso, fastest SiSies Pf-.. •
WALT., PAPER & WINDOW SECATAIS,
MAGAZINES, and Daily end Weekly rayons constant
ly on band.
,_Orders front abroad promptly attended to.
CALL AT BROAD TOP CORNER. •
, . _
OWING to the GREA.T RUSH at,
LLOYD & HENRY'S
For GOODS, .11r.yoilry lop; 44,7 •,.*.tt . l lay Inn henry
LOOK OUT FOR LOW PRICES.
Fla.:a-32a .lE ol 4:=pi• .15 .
FIE. undersigned - , offer : Farm • •
they reside, in West tranship, Huntingdon
cautty, at private • sale.' it iaeituated ,threeWnllbS;troin
Petersburg, and the same distance, Trull Railroad and
not. Itr , i•ontallig three' ilniuwed - Find fort - psiiid ;idea and
ellowance; good buildings, and about one hundred and
fifty acres floured, and wull adapted for a stock feral.
J. S. MAGUIRE , : '
npri119,1864-tf. - RACHEL MAGUIRE.
• THE REBELLION
HIGH PRICES PLAYED OUT.
• CEORGE - PER
Nearly opposite the (Hobe office, respectfully informs
lho public that be has just opened a fine stock of
PRIBOOTS AND tHOES,assg 69
of all kinds, for fen;` Women, if; Children
The stock has been selected mitli cure, as to style and
quality, and trill be sold at reasongble,prices to suit the
limes. The public generally ire invited to call and ex
examine his stock. • . • , •
trEt.. New work and repalrlag done to order.
Huntingdon, May . 3,1855-2m.'
, Q.C:BC2O3I:3O . t4T3EINATAS
- GREAT REDLiCTIORgST rwcpsil.
/THE success of our armies and tho
coo/ie. - pent d,cline In tlt• price of gold nod other
commodities, enable me to send
GOOD TIDING r e:TO'THArDrA-G7ZSMITHS,
and all others who buylltON, STEEL, NAILS, dc.*
Having moved my store to the largo and commodious
Bytetor Store Room, I have received a large assort
ment of WAGON TIRE, HORSE SHOE IRON, round and,
square BAR IRON, bought from the matters since the de.
cline in gold, which I am selling at (IREATI,T REDU
All persons. fiti - 5)014.-to buy ' Lßol7; - STIgL, NAILS,
LOCKS, PAINTS; GLASS; or abY blare . HARDWARE
for cash, will save money by sending their orders, or call
ing at the Hardware Store of -
JANES A. BROWN,
April p, '0.5
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS
• 25 - nakt rcErrr.!cEtEkrtzt TitA:l4'
• CHPAPEST 1
AT .C.O EFFIE AIM. STATION,
Weald respectfully call The attention of his old patrons
specitay, and the public to general, to his extensive
stock of well selected new Goods, Just recifeed from the
Eastern cities, consisting, !apart, of
lit 7 000dAi,
on Ware, Notions,
Hats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Bonnets, Shawls, Circu
lars, Hardware, Queensware, Gro- •
cedes, Wood and Willow-ware, Tobacco,
Sonars, Nails. Glass, Provisions,
Oil, Fish, Salt Tinware -Cop--
per Ware,. Druks . and •
Watches,- ko • 1. , •-•-•
and all other articleakept in a first class conntry,storet
all selected with( the greatest Caro and which were pur
chased for cash:only' and- affords; black! sell there 'at*
very low figure. The public will find it to,their advan
tage to - call nod examine Our ntantreaded'atiicki•before
pnrchasingolsowhero.„ Berle, )lammed in 1010,1 ,
leg our 'Goods. — Ladies are specially invited lo examine
oar large Hoek; of Inallinuable Ames goods; filienls;Hie
enters, Pure, and a great variety of Woolen Goods, Hosie
ry, Ac.; Akio; ehandsoiniraiiortinen t of LAIHESs COATS
All kinds of product tQ lf pn ezchungo VOlll,OOO
market prk e
esasteiwie refoseA. By ntifet attention CO
the wants of cuatomere, hope-to ryceivise continuation
of lho liberal patronage with which we have boon hereto
fore favored. Corns ono, and all, and rel.
trsl... Now Goods received daily.' • •
Gold Pens Os Pijnotie,
The beet assortment' of the hand
somest and best'stylee; for sale 'al
Book Store: '-- 4f
i , I
NANiiNdto" *NY -- +
• • , 1 r - , 4' , ---,,
OF . NO , ItAMERItif
~,..: .7 , ~:;., ;!,1 . ...
' ' APTI/11R 0.00F11.41 . 1 . 0ef.
CIIAltI401:94 - cx.1..,:, ! t ... . ' -
T. A. PANkth:lterk'S.Prizbee, &net:eternity. Pn., Local-
Ag6it fur part oPpeotre.eopnV, also fur, karts of llunt
ingdreCnmilDnircopAtias: : . :1). i-• ',
Feb. 21, '65-but.
'ALEXANDRIA 13.R.gw,u[ty •
E. 0.. Se G-: W. q 0 O:LD SR),
_l4,l.rttnyta Breilery, - ,the.flublie. ere, Intorieptt
that tike,y win proprtiedt'it ell We* t& fill "
eviere art the ehortest hotted.. '
Albxne9i•jarsje . o4 . 3 ( er . kt-1, - ,
.C; 3 OALC;PEMP'- ~ .SIDEEC:O3EI P
Ht.TNYMbDo&, ' PA;
TIAVID , AWGIIE!
formithe pnbllc tenendrylltatlle - hnetintfor
glop to the building iti!Washlngten,e4ccet, forineety oc
cupied by 0. Boat, whorolkols firopatalt to do all kind of
. , X4P4T
In his lino nrlnisineis, and hopuLtO•eceiTe v liberal pit
.69". NEW WOILIi wit be muulo•lo•o er..ut picas -to
snit the times ; on;:
Huntingdon, March 23,1865-3m*
] 8.4 q
RIMY. TRIUMPHANT AT EPA'PE'Fillil3l
• . !MOWS'
AtOST RAPID EVAPORATOR IN WORLDL
"sollqo ITANDI3O - 4)K,"` l .FiesE,
DANs Kw, by tho ID or buoliel, KOJI RAig Coln,
Prince & CO.'s NeW"AIITOMATIOIMIRANE,..:*greit
get trlpmph of the age! • ---
New pyre MELODEONS:with - improTetrieblif. -
Otayepli, Baker'. FAMILY SEWING mAcuriNic. t,
' •s, Sod for Circular:, de. F.R.E.".,qi.t;
e .. 7ktinis4CF,FME,Jltiotillglon
ap12,186546:, 7' tx 4
FOR COLLECTING SOLDIERS
CLAIMS, BOUNTY, BACK PAT
ALL who spay havo any claims a
gainst the Obvirnmeht for Bounty, Bade Pay and -
'Ol/1 ' can bare their claims proinptly collected by ap•
plying either In perm., or by letter to
J - j: WOODS,.
August l 2; •.- , : • • -
A W ASSOCIAT.IOIS.f
undoreignett Imvo asaociatati iltenteolventi*ether
in the practice of the law in linntingdonaa,,Ofnee In
tho ono nosy, and formerly occupied_ by Sewell Slaw.
art, adjoining Collo .iloneo,..
~ • ` . I • '4A:#I. , UNteftICT,
WILLIA.W.D;, - .GLIEHILLii. 7 '
Qfrice--311 Market street Philacra
WASHINGTON .;: HOUSE ;•
7.09 Chestnut .Street;:dbove-,Seeenth,
The Manager inutile pleasure of announcing that this
Polailltr 'Metal la.n . ew„-epep lop the twcaptiou of
ems r_gulefhis; t
The housa has leen theroughlyrenoraied and 1M1.14r
furnishekeeeleliteßeetiet:td the puyilaas bhinglutrottry.
particular a hotel suited to their wants. The pufrlwasitw
o( tho public itereapectfully aoltcited
March S, 'f4s.—am CIJAS. M. A ilmoni
t a t. .I . A I
\TRII' HARPER } 52g - o,Tch
; , .4 1 9?9t , kijoYi.,Firth.A*4 1 4k04 - ; • „, 15 :
, ,ILANIMATIRXR AMP DEAI t I3I Si , . 7 '
.P:4 1 : 31 B 3 , L 7
VA 4 TCR.
• - , WATO,IDIAKEtt•INI ?
ho. 118 1 9rth
.I , IIIZADELRII.I.I.
An 6,;atifiiit - 9fwiti,6i'
• eoi, sta. t r ig oplaadJ . •
415r , Itevairlog of, Watches lad , J,gastlry. ; .promplli
[Fiftem lX . cik riiilr plat
A. P.EIYI3I3O* l i hnadelp2ll2,-
POUDRETTe, $2l 00lier ton, !skein freak - The 'l6aatory
loose,or 60 din t per Mabel, and VA 00 per ton to bap.
—deivered at 'Steamboat and Railroad Depots in Ph/I.r
delphla: , ' Manufactory, Gray's Ferry Road, above the . Ar•
Depot: PEYSSON'S Farni,"Clionoetiter,N . er
Ottlee--Librory Street, No 420 book'of -the .Iteer koat
°Pee) PlP)agelPl44. Itt i :0111. RICEIARDS:CCOT I . •
4th ~4 CALLOIVIIILVfteatii;
- 1 , February 1. 4 ,.V36.u3r.. ,! _
MILLINERY GOODS,. -
B.lt 0 a -KO aEI•T XtR.TIV
4Esp§, , ,
as#JillET Aisee,t; 100rt1i1114,%
Hare now opened Moir nod railetY 61
'RIBBONS, BOl4NEVli r krt,ltiAts,
STRAW & FANCY BONNETS, -
pLoVitERS, RUCHES, LA-Cliti,
and all other artlcliPreiairiafig litzTANEwe TRADF4
.By long eskerlesco sy4 otriot ikttonttorkta fhb. jarinsla
of huslam azelustraly' wri oriruslsea that iok otos
indocomanti, 1)1 trelk.o. ll 7 'ikuts; Mr., 14 r
prlcas,—not: al'arYoiftere ,ta".
_040 1 44r.• 4 4 ' 41# 0 0.• 00 -
M.EltellANTB is - seristtrojyyollslis4,
- sgs—Psrttouior itteOtowpiag Is'
' • • - "ESTABLISH.pn 7.E36. ' '.-•
The oldest Millard Saloon, and ono of the teelregtde•
tort in the Slate. - is Pont tort's, situntedin the rear olDfont's
Bell, near Third street: , ltelor,in the isheipess for over
yeere , he thortutildylnifiletsietidethdWallto and desires
of hinyere. life room I . l_tho largeot end beot,itghiod jh
the atty. Tho :cies arosalittjti la the b eet idderAnd hi s
vp.emened by any, to tier , 4 . 1
14 0 gives , tho buslneei hie direst sittlertqtsinltliptoothd
sosura" . t he, itibtiothitt - thoygan„iind , hettet.., o'OlOgette•
tiotint IdVialoon then et ally other in tditlelty.•
No liquor sold on the
. premlnes—eevery map to Ida o n e
11 .rd . /Y: 1 , 5 1 . 7, 8 1 ] 1 9 } i f
raiNtwa, gait Ftq
the"aonZ•JOß PRTNTINCt OFTIONriiT , /TIM