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Wednesday morning, Aug. 2, 1865.
LOCAL & PERSONAL
Those subscribers receiving a pa
per marked with a before the name
will understand that the time fur
-which they subscribed is up. 11 they
'wish the paper continued they will
renew their subscription through the
mail or otherwise
'The Union men of Huntingdon coun
ty aro requested to meet at tho usual
'places of holding elections, in the sev
cral Boroughs and Townships of tho
couuty„on Saturday, the 12th day of
August .next, and elect two delegates
from each township and borough to
meet in Convention, at Huntingdon
'on Tuesday, the 14th day of August
next, to nominate candidates for the
several offices of the county. The polls
-will be open in the townships from 5
`to 7 o'clock, and in the boroughs from
:7 to 9 o'clock.
HENRY GRAFFUS, Chairman
Alexandria, July 26, 1895.
- rgL.Preaching in tho German Ito
(formed Church next Sabbath evening
tier A letter from Captain Johnson's
company states that the 195th Regi.
Anent was to go to Harper's Ferry on
'the 22d, en route for home.
~Enbscribe at Once
We understand that Capt. Harrison,
:agent for the "Family Record," will,
yin no case, sell the work except by
subscription. It cannot be had at the
Our friend Mr. Green Dorsey,of this
place, last week sprained his right an
kle by jumping off a ear on the Broad
' Top Road. The sprain is getting bet
D. P. Gwin, in the Diamond,will be
!pleased to display to the examina
tion of his customers the now lot of
Goods received by him. Call and pur
VW The "boys" are returning home
rapidly. Every day we meet with new
comers too numerous to mention. Wo
hope they inay enjoy good health for
many long years and never regret
their active life in front of the ene.
mies of their country.
Huntingdon was a scene of somo
confusion on Saturday last, the day
of the Circus. More than the usual
potions of whiskey poison were swat
'lowed, which resulted in a few fights,
and made the occasion of the prospect
for many more. But little blood spilt,
and nobody Lurt more than they
ought to have been.
D. J. W. ISENBERG, of Altoona, will
visit Warriorsmark on the 2d Tuesday
and Wednesday, the Bth and 9th of
August. The Dr's time is so essential
in Altoona that if it were not for pre
wious engagements ho would fail en
tirely to make his visit this month;
therefore any others desiring his pro
fessional services will do well to call as
-soon as possible as ho will remain only
:part of two days and must return to
Altoona as soon as possible. To give
evidence of his ability to render per
fect satisfaction, he would direct all
persons to his former visits and pa
A regular meeting of the Hunting
don County Agricultural Society will
be held in the Court House on Tuesday
evening of the first week of the eom
in August Court (15th inst.) The
,propriety of holding a County Fair
during the coming fall will be taken
into consideration, and other business
.of importance to the society transacted
It is desirable and important that
there be as full an attendance as pos
sible of the officers of the Association,
As well as of the public generally.
GRArFUS .11trirxa, Pres't.
Huntingdon, Aug. 1, 1865.
' - ;INTFM.NAL REVENUE. - Below we
publish a statement of the amount of
-the Annual Assessment of Internal
Revenue in this district. It is far in
.excess of any previous assessment, be
ing 893,000 more than the list of 1863,
and $55,000 more than that of 1864.
The articles embraced in Schedule A
.consist of watches, carriages, pianos,
And silver plate:
- 6C7TEDISIX A. LICSMIZIL airCOXIS. TOTAL.
Putatop:l6l 943 26 6,285 00 29,890 57 837,118 82
Blair 1,012 85 8.429 17 28,185 60 37, 6 27 62
CambrLa...... 189 60 6,330 06 6.716 16 13,234 76
Minato 457 00 3,001 26 11,323 24 13,671 60
$2,602 70 $24.935 53 $76,114 57 $103,654 80
Put two quarts of fresh raspberries
into a stone or glazed vessel (whose
glazing will not be affected by acids)
and pour on them a quart of good
vinegar. Lot it stand twenty•four
hours, and then strain out the juice
and vinegar. To each pint of this,
,add a pound of pulverized white sugar
and put it into a porcelain kettle to
boil smartly for about half an hour,
removing all the scum as. it rises.—
When cold, bottle and seal. Iralf a
gill of this, stirred in a tumbler full of
Fold water, makes a delicious drink.—
Dewberries or blackberries can be
used in the same manner—only using
just as much vinegar as will cover the
The Improi•emente in the Modern and
The cellars for two buildings in
West Huntingdon have almost been
finished. The building being erected
on the north of the enclosure is the
property of Mr. Artley: and is to be
frame, that on the southern end is to
be occupied as the Baptist Parsonage,
and to be built of brick. The tido of
population and improvement marches
nortwestorly from the ancient village.
Let it march.
The Fishers are building a cooper
shop in West Huntingdon, of which
the foundation is already constructed.
The ground in West Huntingdon
to be occupied as the Pennsylvania
freight car repair shop is rapidly being
cleared and of course the building will
rapidly go up. We suppose the Penne
Railroad Company will be obliged to
build dwelling houses for the employ
ees in this shop, which will swell the
number of houses. So much, so good.
Graffus Miller is erecting a building
on the northeast corner of Church and
Bath streets, and opposite the Metho-
dist Church. The foundation has been
laid, and the throe story brick will
soon present an imposing front.
James A. Brown's rising building
on Hill street, to the west of Lewis
Book Store still continues to rise.
This is a mammoth structure, and we
aro glad to see it "rushing up.' By
fall, it is thought, it will be under roof.
Mrs. Hall has had some extensive
and beautiful additions made to her
house on Mifflin street, between Mont
gomery and Smith streets. She is fit
ting it up for the accommodation of
The large brick house on Railroad
street, belonging to the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company is undergoing some
improvements on the first floor. The
telegraph and ticket office have been
removed to the entry and the rooms
on each side are to be used as sitting
rooms. The main entrance to the for
mer hull in front has been removed,
and a window is to take its place. This
was much needed, as passengers found
it difficult to pass between the large
porch and a standing train.
The stone house opposite to the
above and purchased by Mr. Joseph
Morrison, is being fitted up for a board
Our borough fathers are not idle,
either. For we see they are going to
plant some street crossings where most
Tho Court House is being rejuvena
ted from top to bOttom, and the court
room is now so repaired as to accom
modate plenty ofpeople in a conveni,
cut and comfortablo manner.
The western lowor room of the Globe
building, latterly used as our press
room, is being painted and otherwise
rejuvenated, preparatory to its occu
pation by B. M. Greene, as a music
room and office. This identical room
has been adapted to wise and unwise
purposes since its existence; for many
years it was a bar room, and like as
not many a row took place between its
walls; again it was a doctor's shop-,
whore many a pill was compounded,
again it was a printing of where
many a bill was "confounded;" and
next it is to be a musical room, where
music will be profound(ed,) and instru
ment bills propounded. Confound it!
our "oldest inhabitants" may, in their
musings, have found it more than wo
have above enumerated.
The above list of improvements em
brace all that we are definitely cogni
zant of, but we hear of others that aro
soon to be made visible when conve
nience justifies. Until they are made
visible, and wo have our eyes open, we
will not notice Them. There aro many
improvements we would like to see
added to the above, but until: the
moneyed men and moneyed corpora
tions see as we see and others see, wo
cannot see any improvement. Don't
you sco. Huntingdon, it cannot be
said, has not done well in the way of
improvement this year, and we aro led
to believe the spirit will not die out.
The men of capital who have invested
in building this year cannot keep their
mouths shut as to the advantages of
their investment, and others will be
led to profit by their wise example. At
least, everybody hopes they will. We
don't think the "ancient borough" will
look so "ancient" after the year ex
Another Show Coming
Next Monday there will exhibit in
this place Bailey & Co's Quadruple
Combination, embracing a Circus and
We are led to believe, from the sights
on the conspicuous show-bills, that this
will be the grandest show and circus
eumbined that ever visited this place,
The agent has represented to us that
everything displayed upon the bills
will be performed, and we think to the
entire satisfaction of all. The most
prominent feature of the Combination
is the Hippopotamus, the- Behemoth
of Holy Writ, which, of itself. to look
at is worth the price of admission.
This animul win be drawn through
town by plophants, and will bead the
Procession, which all should be in to
witness. Besides these animals, there
is a list of others, from elephants down
to monkeys; birds, Old! sizes and from
all climes, &e., 4e.
Our eitizene have n good idea of this
show already, and we aro confident
all will be satisfied and gratified who
attend it. Remember the date, Mon
day next, August 7, 1866, and don't
fail to witness the Procession nt 16
9Vock, A. 4.
On Thursday, 20th inst., by 11ev. S.
H. Reid, Mr. CHARLES G. SRARRER,
CO. G, 190th P. V.,. to Miss EL:mtaA E.
CARRION, both of this place.
Soldiers are "trump," now-a-days,
and it is well that it is so. Scarcely
was the above home from the wars un
til ho enlisted in a new and holier
cause, took up the arms of a benedict,
and is determined to fight until the
end under the banner of Prince Mat
rimony. We can predict for the gat,
lant veteran soldier and his fair life
companion a victorious and pleasant
warfare with life's difficulties and re
sponsibilities, and hope they may live
to enjoy the blessings of love for many,
many years. The happy pair have
our thanks for their kind and true re
membrance, as well as our congratula
tions upon the event of their joyful
linking to the connubial chain.
MESSRS EDITORS OF THE ,G LOBE
Havina seen tho name of Capt. Thos.
S. McCahan in the loyal papers of Hun
tingdon, I feel gratified that the Caps
tain has offered himself as a candidate
for the high office of Sheriff, of this, his
native county of Huntingdon, subject
to the nominating Union County Con
vention, that assembles in Hunting
don at the corning August court. The
time has come when the patriotic citi•
zens of old Huntingdon • will stamp
with their approbation all the honors
that is duo to true and tried patriot.
ism. The office of Sheriff is an impor
tant one, and can only be entrusted to
true Union men. Of other candidates
offering themselves, I have nothing to
say. But where a man, like Captain
McCahan, has served his country with
courage and fidelity; and will carry
the scars of his honorable wounds to
his grave, I have no doubt, the patri
otism and pride of Huntingdon Coun
ty will be disposed to reciprocate, by
conferring on him the honor that ho
asks. Captain McCahan has been
through the whole of this war,brought
upon us by this untoward rebellion and
I know, from the mouths of men who
served under him, true bravery, skill,
and goodness of heart, were his pre
dominating characteristics, through
every battle. He enlisted in the three
months service, and after an honora
ble discharge at the expiration of that
term, ho, together with some of his
brave patriots in arms re-enlisted for
the term of three years, or during the
war, when he raised a company of
cavalry, of which he was made first
Lieutenant and subsequently, by his
highly approved conduct, was promo
ted to the Captaincy. In which capa
city ho served in the Southwestern
army under Generals Sherman and
Thomas, in more than 15 general bat
tles and was at last badly wounded in
a fight against John Morgan, the great
Rebel Chief, at a place called Yankee
town, near Sparta, in Tennessee. Tho
severity of the wou❑d obliged him to
retire from the service for _some five
months when he rejoined the army
and remained until again compelled to
retire, on account of his wound, which
was near the end of the war. I think
for such services Capt. McCahan is en
titled to high consideration at the
hands of the patriotic citizens who aro
to assemble in August. , Too much
cannot be done for those men who
have risked their lives and shed their
blood for the preservation of the con•
stitution and this glorious Union.
These men,like Captain MeCahan, vol•
unteored their services to their coun
try, without bounties or sinister con
siderations, and freely offered them
selves,a sacrifice upon the altar of their
country, when sympathizers behind
and enemies in front wore striving to
pull down the columns of our glorious
Union ! For these reasons, Messrs.
Editors, I have thought to write this
communication, believing, as I do, Ibr
pure patriotism and true fidelity to the
country, no county in the common•
wealth stands firmer than does old
Huntingdon, and is more willing to
honor her sons who have shed so much
lustre on her renown. Captain McCa
ban is a man of high moral character
and possesses every qualification to fill
the office for which his friends recom
mend him; ho is a true Union man.
I have known him- long—possesses a
kind, good heart and will.make an ur
bane and lenient office•.
July 27, 1865.
Editor of the Globe :
We are gratified to see announced in
your paper the name of Captain J. A.
LIVINGSTON as a candidate for Assem
bly. We know the Captain's honesty
and integrity; he is no truckling poli
tician. We believe his name has boon
announced by some of his friends with
out his solicitation ; but patriotism
should be rewarded. In the fall of '6l
be volunteered to help put down the
accursed rebellion. Ho went out as a
Lieutenant and was promoted to Cap
tain. He served about three and a
half years in the army. We aro of
the same opinion as "Occasional" of
The Press: "Soldiers are deserving of
reward—they are qualified for civil
trust and Civil labor. If the hundreds
of thousands who went forth to put
down the rebellion had not been com
posed of superior moral and mental
elements, they would not have borne
their inconceivable burdens so uncom
plainingly. Death, wounds, destitu•
tion, long marches, and all the counts
less disasters by flood and field, wore
endured with a firmness and a patience
that appalled the grumblers at home
and made the world wonder."
If the Captain gets the nomination,
Oneida will roll up a strong voto for
John Cochrane, Henry Wilson,
George Greene, James Moore,
G. W. liamberlin, Charles Green,
S. K. Wilson,
Oneida twp., Jul
1 J W. Waldsmith
y 25, 1865,
EAST SANDY, July 15, 1865
Editors Globe :
In looking over your paper we see
the name of Captain THOMAB S. HcCA•
HAN announced as a candidate for tho
office of Sheriff. I served under the
Captain for nearly three years and
know him to bo both a soldier and
gentleman. Ho is every way quali-
fied for the office and every man that
loves his country should feel it a privi
lege to vote for ono that has proved
himself to Ile a true man upon the get('
of action. lam satisfied if tho Army
of the Cumberland could have a chance
to speak, they would ono and all tell
you to go for tho Captain and elect.
him, and you would have the right
man in the right place. I would like
to ask the votemof Huntingdon coun
ty if they will forget the men that
stood in the first rank when Rebellion
threatened to destroy ON government?
And should not the men who have
been crippled for life be remembered,
and the highest encomium that the
citizens of their native counties could
bestow upon them be given to tho
worthy ? I wish I could take you
back with me over the .Cumberland
mountains, to the scenes of other days;
could you but see the Captain as ho
lay there on his back, after he was
up the men and as
suring them that he would be in the
saddle in the morning;always cheerful
and at all times ready for duty. Why.
should I write to tell you who Captain
IlleCalum is, for you all know him.—
When you go for your tickets be sure
to get ono with the Captain's full
name, and then stick it in at the win
dow. I have seen the Captain in sev
eral little scrapes with the hierarchy
of the South, and I am sorry to have
to tell you he came out crippled fur
life. I feel sure Old Huntingdon Co.
will do justice to the bravo and deser
.I am your most obedient servant,
S. W. M.YTON
Blair County Nontinations.—J. G.
Adlum is the Union nominee for the
Assembly in Blair county; Benj. F.
Rose and- Adam Moses, for Associate
Judges; Col. D. M. Jones, for Register
and Recorder; John C. Biddle, for
Commissioner; James McKim, for Au
ditor; R. C. Nicodomus, for Surveyor.
Resolutions of confidence in President
Johnson and Governor Curtin were
adopted by the Convention.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE..
[Estate of Jacob Showalter, deed.]
(.utters of administration imon tho estate of Jacob
Showalter, late of Juniata township, deed., having been
grant° I to the undersigned, all persons Indebted to the
estate will make payment, and those haring claims will
present them for settlement.
J XECUTOR'S NOTICE.
J [Estate of Abraham McCoy, deed.]
.etters testamentary, on the estate of Abraham McCoy,
into of Huntingdon, Huntingdon.Co., dec'd., haying been
granted to the undersigned. All persons indebted to the
aro mittel to make immediate payment, end
having claims, to present them dilly authenticated.
4 ' Executor.
July 16,'66. Ct.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
[Estate of Hobert Lcoolee'd.l
a- aters of rottninistration upon the estate of ItoLoa
Lee, late of Penn township, deceased, having been
granted to the undersigned, all persons Indebted to the
estate will make payment, and those having claims will
present them for settlement.
July 19, 1565.00
[Estate of Daniel Barr, deed.)
Letters testamentary upon the will and testament of
Daniel Barr, Into of Jackson township, Huntingdon
County, deceased. have been granted to tho subscriber.
MI ',cretins Indebted nro requested to make Immediate
payment, and those having claims wilt present them prop
erly authenticated to the undersigned.
June 21, 1820-fe. Executor,
a precept to me directed, dated at Huntingdon, the
15th day of Aprll, A. D. 1865, under the hoods end seal
of the Hon. George Taylor, President of the Court of
Common piens, Oycr and Terminer ' iind general Jail deliv
ery of the fflth Judicial District of Pennsylvania, compo
sed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria coon ties•, and the
Hots. lienjandli F. Patton end IL Leas his associ
ates, Judges of the county of Huntingdon, Justices as
signed, appointed to hoar, try and determine all and every
indictments made or taken for or concerning all crimes,
which by the laws of the State are made capital, or felon
ies of death, and other olTences,mintee and misdemeanors,
which have been or shall hereafter be committed or perpe
trated, for crimes aforesaid-1 ant commanded to make
public proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick, that
a Court of Oyer awl Terminer, of Common Pleas and
Quarter Sessions. will ho held at' the Court House in the
borough of (hint ingdon, on the second Monday (and 14th
day) of August next, and thOio who trill prosecute the
said prisoners, be then and there to prosecute them as it
shall be just, and that all Justices of the Peace, Coroner
and Constables within said county, ho then and there in
their proper persons, at 10 o'clock, a. tn. of said day, with
their records, inquisitions, examinations and remembran
ces. to do those things which to their offices respectively
Dated at linntingdon, the 10th day ;July, In tho year of
our Lard ono thonBand eight hundred and sixty-tiro,
and tho 59th year of American Independence.
GEO. W. JOHNSTON. Sheri.
STAR MAGIC LINIMENT.
11 be paid
it:e that e i xcein for the
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Spinal Affec
tions, Contracted Joints, Cholic Pains,
Pains in Side or Back, Toothache,
Headache, Sprains, Sore Throat,
Cuts, Bruises, Burns, and all
Diseases of the Muscles,
Skin and Glands.
Tots Is an Internal and External Medicine, composed of
Roofs, Herbs and ltorks such an our forefathers med.—
Thare is a bountiful supply on the earth to euro all corn
plaints, if we only hum what they were. This has been
ti subject for constant study with the Medical Faculty for
a groat many years, to find unit the kinds best adopted to
the above complaints—how to put them together, and
what portions to use.
This wonderlul remedy nee& no recommendation save
rho results which, invariably follow its application.
An—This popular remedy in f Int coming into use from
the fact that it gives good satisfaction.
I'IIYSICIA NS are invited to teat Its efficacy In all
cams of Rheumatism, Affections of the Spinal Column,
and all Diseases of the Skin, Muncles and Glands. It has
boon used is thousands of Instance's under the personal
supervision of the Inventors, and has never disappointed
their expectations, All we ask for it is a trial—experi
mental proof—not the testimony of the men of straw, are
the vouchers we desire toper sent to the public.
It would lee wolf for many now lying In beds oftorturo,
if these facts could reach their sick chambers. It la more
important to thorn than to the inventors that this should
Ito the case. .".froth Is mighty and must prevail."
./fThs.lfeep it in year faintly, for sickness cornea when
you least expect it.
SAMUEL H. SHOEMAKER,
SOLE AGENT, HUNTINGDON, PA
Huntingdon, Pa., July 19,1865.
op I I
ESTABLISHED IN 1840.
Incorporated by the Legislature of the
State of Pennsylvania.
Located on the IV. TV. Corner of 7th and
(701) Chestnut sts. (701)
nu'dgned oxclusively to Impart a thorough and
PRACTICAL BUSINESS EDUCATION.
All eln,ses of person, require such an education. Those
posesslng means, need it in conducting theirolonbusines.
Thom without means need it in obtaining and creditably
filling lucrative positions in the employ of others.
Tho course of instruction and practice in arranged no as
to fully meet the diversified wants of every departmentof
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN TRADE,
nn comprehended or embraced under the three general di
visions of Industry: Agriculture, Manufacture 'and Com
Each student Is instructed individually In both theory
and practice of Book;ifeeping, according to the most op•
proved and labor wiring .mothode, Business Penmanship,
Calculations. and ail the collateral branches of a complete
course of business education ; and upon passing a satisfac•
tory exam bastion is nwarded.by authority of law, a diplo
ma, tinder the corporate s al of the college.
BtudentB are received nt any Unto. And it is believed
that a practical experience. of over zwszar FEAR svtll bo
considered by the public an ample guarantee of the prac
tical clientelet of tho course nod of cionCy of the instruc
All farther luformation desired can be obtained at the
college, or by addrecsiug the Principal for a clrcular by
liberal discount is allowed to wounded and bons
usably dlicharged soldiers. Ile college Is open day and
T. 11. rouocK, Att'pabLaw,
Another New Lot, ofWall Papers
Just received at Lewis' Book Store
UPPURNLY. E. P. THOMPSON'.
MIBURNEY & THOMPSON )
C - It Ct tS
/oTeno. 148 14/Zawir-cot
V ALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
The undersigned will sell forta reasonable price the
lowing real estate situate in DUBLIN' Township, Hunt.
Ingdon county, belonging to Mrs. Eliza M. Pm:
No. I.—Adjoining lands of James Neely, William Stew
art, and ethers. containing one hundred and sixteen
acres and sixty-five perches, more or lets.
N 0.2 —Adjoining lands of James .Neely, James Kelly.
and Jamas Cree,containing seventeen acres, more or less.
No. 3.—Aploining the above and containing screnteen
notes and thirty-six porches, part.whereoris cleared.
The real estate above mentioned was purchased by Mrs.
Eliza 31. Pym at Sheritre sale or the property of William
Any person wishing to purchase the shore properties
can ascertain the full particulars and terms of sale by
calling ou 11. C. Robson, Etq ,of Shade Clap. or
:cow, BROWN & BAILEY,
Huntingdon. July 12, 19a. Attys. for E. N. Pym.
Will be sold nt publlo sale et the late residence of Jo
cob Showalter, lu JUNIATA township,
On Thursday, the 3d, day of Auguat 1865,
A FARM 01150 ACRES,
mom or less; 100 acres of which are under cultivation,
tho Winne° well timbered. The improvements
are two Dwelling Douses with largo frame bank
bard and other good nee•esmvy outbuildings.—
There are two good apple orchards and a variety
of other fruit of all kinds on the promises, and the whole
Terms made known on day Drente, and possession giros
on lilt of April. 0000.
N. B.—On said them will also be sold ene Mare and colt,
find), one bed and other articles of household furniture
A School for Young Ladies & Gentlemen
The next session of tld• Institution will open on the
first Tuesday of August. This Institution is pleasantly
located In central Pennsylvania, about 13 miler from 31111
Crock, a station on the Pennsylvania Central Railroad,
with which It is connected by a tri-weekly line of stages.
The scenery is picturesque. The buildings large, airy,
and abundantly supplied with pure mountain water. Am
plo accommodations for one hundred pupils.
A full and efficient corps of teachers has boon employ
ed and no pains or expense spared to render it one of the
first institutions of learning in the country.
For the bonont of thine preparing to teach, a Normal
Claret bas boon alerted under the direct supervision of the
principal, in which practical Instruction will be given In
the theory and practice of Teaching.
TERM PER QUARTER OP XLETLN 'MEP
Tuition, Boarding and Boom Bunt VT 00
Music, Latin and ()reek, extra.
For further particular,, oddrest.
W. A. HUNTER.. Principal,
Jyl2 Hassvillo, Huntingdon co., Pa.
.NOW OPEN ,
WHARTON & MAGUIRE'S
• NE W
IN THE BROAD TOP DEPOT BUILDING.
The public generally are Invited to call befere porclia
Ito ntingelon, June 28,1865.
LOTS FUR SALE
WEST HUNTINGDON, PA
WM. DORRIS, JR.,
• Agent for J. B. Thomson.
Huntitigdon, Juno 20,1865.
CHEAP GROCERY STORE,
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON, PA.
THE undersigned offers for the in•
epection and purchase of ciodonsers alarge end as.
sorted stock of Groceries, Provisions. &c. lie feels Batts•
fled they coo be eccomodated with anything in his line.
Ills prices are low, and his stock fresh and good. He
keeps the best of
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, &c:
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES,
MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR,
FISH, CHEESE, FLOUR RICE,
And NO TlO NS of every kind.
A select stock of DRY GOODS, together with QUEENS
WARE, and all other articles kept in a wellregulated
establishment for sale at reasonable prices.
His store is on Hill street, nearly Opposite the
Donk, mud in the room formerly occupied by D. Grove.
Call and examine. Z. TENTER.
Huntingdon, June 7,1965.
NEW STORE, AND NEWIIOODS.
CHEAPEST CLOTHING in Town
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW STYGES OF
SPRING- AND SUMMER GOODS,
' Which ho °lnca to the public
AT THE CHEAPEST RATES. .
Ilk stock consists of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, &c. &o.
His store is at the
OLD BROAD TOP CORNER, HUNTINGDON, PA.,
Where he will be pleased to recsave and accommodate all
customora, LEOPOLD BLOOM.
Huntingdon, May 10,1865.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES H
Pr LIE success of our armies and the
consequent dcclino in Mantic° of gold and other
commodities, enable me to send
GOOD TIDINGS TO THE BLACKSMITHS,
and all others who buy IRON, STEEL, NAILS, Ac. •
Having moved my store to the large and commodious
Bricker Store Boom, ) have received a large assort
ment of WAGON TIRE, HORSE SHOE IRON. round and
square EAR IRON, bought from the ambers since the de
cline :a gold, which I am selling et GREATLY REDU
All persons wishing to buy IRON. STEEL, NAILS.
LOCKS, PAINTS, GLASS. or nay kind of HARDWARE
for cash, will save monoy by sending their orders, or call
ing at the hardware Store of
JAMES A. BROWN,
April 6, '65. . Huntingdon, Ps.
GEO. W. SWARTZ,
Clock . 8z
At the Wel/Wand of Swartz A AfcCelo,
.HILL STAIHIT, HUNTINGDON, PA.
Pianos, Organs, and Melodeons.
• • • - •CRI
•t • -
THE undersignod respectfully in
forms the nubile. that. baring obtained from the
manufacturers ' the mole Agimey for the nal. of STEIN
WAY A SUNS PIANOS, MASON II AM LIN'S CABIN ET
ORGANS and CAIIIIART, NEEDHAM .t COS' MELO.
DEONS, be is prepared to furnish ittstrumente to per
sone wishing to buy at the retail prim ht Philadelphia
and New York.
N. 13. livery fustrumon S. warranted for Are yearn.
IN in also slob, agent for the celebrated SEWING
CHINES US GROVER & BAKER, and, would raspoctfully
request perms wishing to buy illricbiuea NI tall and
examine his before purchasing idlinrs,.es they aro one
qiialled by any 31achine manufactured.
Circulars of Instrumentil or Machines, sent promptly
open application with any additional information deaired.
B. M. GREENE,
Opposite P. P. Gwin's
Slay 17, 'B5-lf.
qty- For neat iOl3 PRINTING, call at
the "GLonE Jon Patmirtfa CmcD," a 4 }}nn
tir , don •
E. S. 7-30 LOAD.
By authority of the Secretary of the 'nastily, the un
dersigned, the General Selactiptiotz Apra • for the sale of
United States Securities, offers to the public, the third
sericite!' Treasury Notes, Lewin men arid thrse•tenlbs
per cent. Interest per annum, known as the
These notes aro Issued under data of .71 - 817 15, 1805, arid
are payable three years from that date In currency, or aro
convertible a the option at the holder into
U. S. 5-20 SIX PERCENT. GOLD
BEARING BONDS. "
Then Bonds are now worm a handsome prerolora, and
are exempt, aa are all the Government Bonds, from Slate
Chung,. and Municipal taxation, 'which adds from one to
Mree per cent. per annum to their , ialtte; According to the
rote levied upon other property. The Interest Is payable
eand.ananally by coupons attached to each note, , nhlch
may be cut on and sold to any bank or banker.
The interest at 7.30 per cent, amounts to
One cent per day on a $5O note.
Two cents " c' $lOO "
Ten " " " $5OO "
20 " " " $lOOO "
$1 " it ,C $5OOO
Notes ofall the denominations named will be promptly
furnished upon receipt of subscriptions
The Notes of the Third Series iiro precisely similar in
tom and 1,1 . 1,11 n-ea to no SentAlifrtles alroady sold
except that tho Government reserves to ilsolf the option
of paying Interest in gold cola at 0 per cent., Instead o
3-10 the in currency. Subecribers will deduct the interest
In currency up to July 15th, at tile time when they enb-
Th. delivery of the notes of this third merles of the
Seeen•thlrtlee will commence en the let orJune, and wil
be mado promptly and continuously alter flint date
The slight change Made In the conditions of Hite THIRD
SERIES effects only the matter of Interest. The pay.
moat In gold, If made, will be equivalent to the currency
tutored of tho Ilfgher rate
The return to ■pecio payments, in the event of crhtch
only Will the option to pay interest In Gold be availed of,
would so reduce and equalize prlces that purchases made
with ell Per =Lin gold.weuld be fully equal toy those
made P ith men and three tenth; per rent. In currency
THE ONLY LOAN IN ACARMET
Now offered by the Gorernmant, and Its superior ndran
tape make It the
Great Popular . Loan of the People
Loss than $230,000,000 of tho Loan authorized by the
last Congress are now on the market. This meant, at
the rats at which it Is being absorbed, will all bo subocrib•
ed for within sixty days, whoa tho notes will undoubt
odly command a premium; as has uniformly been the case
on closing time subscriptions to . other Loans
In order that citizens of ovary town and section of th
country may Lo afforded facilhlea for taking the loan
the National Banke r State Bank, and Private flanker,'
throughout the country, have generally agreed to receive
subscriptions at par. Subscribers will select their own
agents, In whom they barn contldeisCo, and who only are
to he responsible for the delivery of the notes for which
rimy iOcelre orders
Subscriptions trill bo rccoired by the •
First National Bank of Huntingdon.
First National Bank of Hollidaysburg
First National Bank of Altoona.
First National Bank of Bellefonte.
First National Bank of Harrisburg.
WM. C. MeNULTY, PROPRIETOR,
Formerly of the Franklin Thriel, Cliambersburg.
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at Ca .;
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lkir The above Fork is for sale at,
the Hardware store of Jas. A. Brown,
juno 7, '6s—tE
ME' - E - cvicr WA:MT
A. GOOD PHOTOGRAPH LIKENESS,
MRS. R. J. SAGER'S
On Hai Street, two doors west of
Lewis' Boot Store.
CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS.
Ilitntingdon, May 17, '65-tf.
rilhe•narrie of this firm has been chang ,
_a_ ed from SCOTT & DROWN, to
SCOTT, BROWN & BAILEY, '
under which num they will hercaller conduct their
ATTORNEYS AT LA w, PA.
PENSIONS, and all claims of soldiers and soldiers' heirs
against the Government, will ho premptlylwasecuted.
May 17, 180,54 f.
PIANOS & MELODIANS FOR SALE
NO CABINET ORGANS
ivc:bt a mclticsi At-Igor:rt.
DTIIROFESSOR HUGH COYLF, of , .
fernfor Bale the celebrated PIANOS ~... " ,
STECK. & CO.,?' ow York, which ho con- ''
eiders cannot be surpassed in touch or Gann. • r IS I '
Idlity by'lttty inettl-ument in the market..
Notwithstanding Siclutray & Co's. instruments •are
tamßidered superior by certain agente, the Professor can
only pronounce then, geed, for there is au uncertainty In
the torte which be will not recommend. As Sleek Is the
only matutfacturer that given a i'II.I92ED 01.1.1.11ANTEE for
thuOurabillty of his inetrumour,-I have ne'lleeitation in.
recommending the some.
' Prof. Coyle Is niudge, from. the fact that he has had'
twenty years experience In teaching music, which of itself
quttlifica hint to reebuniatrul 'nay Initrallodliff but Eteck'a
in p.Fliell4r. ' . ' .
'rho coinirninity can us° their discretion in purchasing
losUrnaeuts,• but. Professor Coyle %els himself a Judge,
std notwithatentling all fietitioua advertisejwits, he
irbnld •reeriitiland Stock & Co's: In preference fo hit oth.
et liutitingdoo, May 1862-3 m r"°F.II.C°I".
IFo r hotovaph Prn.Teej ,
A splendid assortmolit of late sizo
just received quit for solo at Lewis
Book Moro. if
Jolt ParNTEva , done' at 0* 9tTiOd
Sense - cm - no:1 hazel?, Philadelphia
NEW STOCK OF GOODS'
EVERYBODY IS INVITED. T. CALL qT
S. S. SMITH'S STORE,
ON EMIL STALED, MINTpa3DCIN. RANNA,,
SEGAR MOL ASS 5,..• • . •• -
COFFER, TEA and CUOCOLATIV:' ,
FLOW, FISH, SALT and VINRGA/4.
CONFECTIONERIES, CIGARS and TOBACCO/.
SPICES OF TILE , BEET, ANU• ALL KIND&
awl every oiler tirticla nodally Mad, in a Grocery Stara
Paints, Carr&ilea, Olio and'Stita, Tarpazi ins,
Plaid, Aleohol, Glass and Putty,
BEST WINE and BRANDY for medical:purl:mei.
ALL THE BEST PATENT MEDICINES,
BOOTS AND SLICES,
and a large number of attleleo to nonierona to ineitlon-
The public generally will. plea*, call and amnia. for
diametral, and learn my prita.
Huntingdon, Juno '1)0
ENDLESS VAEIETY - f
NOW OPEN ,
AND TOR SALK'lli"."
JAS. A. altowrgr, •
HUNTINGDON, ' PENNA:
CALL AND EXAMINE OITIVRiIrOCIC-
Ifuntin g dYn, Juno 7, 1865
HEAD QUARTERS .
D. P. CEIM,
INFORMS THE PUBLIC! -
THAT HE Mies
SPLENDID STOCK of, NEW - GOODS'
CAN'T BE BRAS"
CHEAPNESS AND : QUAITIV:;•
COME AND SEE,
Majr'. 23, 'o6.' '
AT LOW PRYOR&
M. OUTMAN: .
HAS JUST OPENED A FINE STOCE`tar NW'
SPRING AND SUMMEIrGOODS
Which he offers to 'all who• want WV,
AT PRICES TO SUIT TIID TIME&
His Stock consists of Heady -made clothing for;
Boom AND SHOES, HATS AND: CAPS(
Should gentlemen desire any particular kind Or tear
clothing not'foundis-the' Mb& on hand; byTeinting Olaf
measure they can be accommodated at short notice.
Call at the east corner of the Diamond, over LbtEcte
Huntingdon. May.l7, lt b. ' _
BOOKS AND STATIONER
[TASTING. 'PURCHASED: the
Lk tiro stock of Wm. Colon, we now offer to the pbtfllis:
at reasonable prices our lunuenso stock of ..: • •
MECHANICAL, • RELTGIOIW,.
SCHOOL, • •
AND •MIsugLLANEOuB BOOK
STATIONERY, POCKET BOOKS,PORTMONAIE,
Also, Latest Styles of
WALL PAPER & WINDOWBODEMI.
IIiAOAZINES, find Dally and Weekly Terns;
ly on baud.
le...Order. from obroad promptly attended -t0. , : .
CALL AT BROAD TOP CORNER. ; -
I.lnoUngdon, 3fay3,180 . 5-]y . •
Plarria: Vrct•x• • ale d ,
T . .
RE undersigned offer the FAA* on
Which they fesiile;in *cit township,' mtativadh
county, at private solo.' 'lt fa situated three tulle/Mb&
Petersburg, and the same distance from liellrondund ca
nal. It contains three Imodred and forty-nine acres and'
allowance; good buildings, and about one hundred and
My acres clearcd;and well adapted for a •totklattdt
J. 8..31AGU1tt1 , ...
31AGIllatv• • .
OF NORTH AME.RICA,
Incoipnrated in Philadelphia;:
GASH CAPITAL sl,7lo•nril
• - ARTIVEIn. a. Coltlt *tit'
CHARLES PLATT, .ery.
J. A. RANRIN, Rock SPrloga, Centre coutiti, Pig; tome
Agent for part of Contra county; also for pieta' iltitlV ,
iogdou and Itinir.unlice.
Bob. 21, '6,5-6nt. : , .•
- ALEXANDRIA BREWERt
.O. &G. W. - :COL WEIL
. . • -
irAVlNGentered into copartnership hi' lb
Alexandria Brewery, the public are inhinited
that they will be prepared at all Muni to' hit
orders on the shortest notice.
- LAW ASSOCIATION.
'`Th'e underoigned Intro ashociatod thetheefrea tolcathe
in the practico of the law in UnntiugtlA PR. Mee'
the one now, and formerly occupied by ,T.'qtaelt Stet
art, adjoining the Calla 110 115e.i iigNagfilgt.
July 20, 1664
I. K. STAUFFAIi, •
iyATCIIILiKER • AND JEOTI A EII, = : A rm
9i o; -14 s North SECOND Street, cbrnen' of 007;
Au assortment of Watches, Jetieffy, Silver & plated"
. • Waro constantly Mindy"
BUMBLE FOR I.IOLIiIdrrEF.SE,TSI
&Z . ..lteps!tlpg of 'Watches and Jewelry prnmiktilk
attended to. .•••
EINVELCiftS, 11 , 11olesale and tank
tot sale' LEW•te nl)* g"9n.
.ne,,,."Sfavery viewed . frem the Bible
Stlin&Boirit,". by ilev. J. M. 'Adair;.for
sale at Lewis' Book . Store, price 10
Elesv Drusprif In'struman O.
A new stock of musical inalammentk
have just been receivoo at hewis',ldooli
Stove. Violins from . $4.7t0. $ 60,
Guitars from $l2 to 4 . 3.6.;,: • $ &
and $ 9 . 4 0 i 44(04011s. to: $l5;
Fifes, Bows; String.k Ti ! it
Boards, Bridgo,: Mmtti3 Organs.;
ZaW ft * liar >s '