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Wednesday morning, Jan. 101;1866.
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
Those* subscribers receiving a pa
per marked with a - before the name
understand that the time for
Which they subsciibed is up. If they
wish the paper continued they will
renew their subscription through the
nil or otherwise
—"A True Democrat" will have a
place in our columns next week.
—January 7th, Sunday, was very
cold here and elsewhere.
—There is now a daily mail between
Mount Union and Shade Gap.
—Busy since the Ist inst., the coun
ty auditors, settling up the Co. affairs.
—lt must be good as almost every
body bnysit—M'Entyre's Indian Com
—Evening meetings for prayer were
held in the Presbyterian church during
—A project is suggested to run a
railroad through Morrison's Cove, in
company is being formed for
, the.purpose of boring for oil in Decatur
; township, Mifflin county.
s .--A temperance lodge of the order
'of Good Templars has been established
:in nollidaysburg, Blair county.
—Crowded of late, our job office
with.work. We will soon have to get
a fast stoem power press. -
—Mrs. Benjamin Heffner, residing
near McConnallston, died suddenly on
Wednesday night, the 27th ultimo.
—Unlawful, to kill deer after the Ist
of January. Still wo hoar of two or
three having been killed since then.
—The colored folks of town had a
ball at the Warm Springs on
Year's night. It is said they had a
gay and happy time generally.
—Okr market mornings have been
slightly neglected for sonic days past,
still we do not hear of any body ap•
John Musser has our thanks
for a bottle of wine of his own manu
facture, and some fine apples, as a New
Year's present. Long may he live.
—Can't see the difference, the editor
of the Monitor between a business trans.
action and a proscriptive transaction.
Somebody's brain must he muddy.
—Rev. A. J. Barrow, Will preach in
the St. John's Episcopal Church, this
;place, on next Sabbath, in the morning
.at 11 o'clock, afternoon at 3 o'clock.
—We understand that Jos. McCoy,
Esq., having purchased the Hawn mill
property, near McConnellstown, is
making preparations to rebuild the mill
—We like "muchly" the taste of the
new editor of the Shirleysburg herald
in, the selection of that head for his
-p'aper. It is bold enough even if it
—Our carrier returns thanks to the
patrons of the Globe and others who
•were kind enough to reward him from
;the purse on Xew Year's day. Ile
:realized a nice sum total of currency
,idocuthents of every denomination.
--We believe every dwelling house
..and business room in town is already
:rented for the next year commencing
let April. Say house to rant, and you
'will have a dozen applicants in less
than an hoUr after, for it.
—The theatre of present enjoyment
is the cartal basin, where gents and
misses glide swiftly over the surface
on their skates, or fall grncefully on
their backs. We hear of nobody get,
ting a duck ing.
—On Saturday, Dee. 23d, Robt. W.
Sbaw, a lad about 13 years of age, son
of Robert Sbaw, Sr., of Derry twp.,
Mifflin county, whilst skating on Mil.
ikon's darn, broke through the ice and
was drowned. A warning to skaters.
—Miss Jennie Anderson has resign.
nd as teacher of the public school No.
2; of thisborough, and the school teach
ers of the lower schools have each ad
vanced a station higher. We hear a
teacher has been chosen for School 1.
—lt is thotight that the cold weath
er has cooled the ardor of our eitizehs
In the worthy object of rearing a mon
,ument for the soldiers. This should
not be so, but when spring comes, we
suppose; the cause will spring into a
is being• held tho present
_week. There are. many cases to be
disposed of, but none of them aro of
_very great general importance. The
.case of 'Snyder, which would have in.
terested our public, will of course, not
come up, ho still being without the
jurisdiction of the law.
—Our exchanges came to vs last
week teeming with marriage notices.
_Huntingdon county "bears the palm.".
Wo publish an unusual list again this
week, and I've hear it rumored that
:before the month closes more will be
.joinnd'in the holy bonds of wedlock.
; It.is,:niiv.ar too late to de good for dy-
ing . humanity.
' —The revival in the Methodist
.Church in this Place still continues.—
At times fifteen or more penitents are
at the altar. The Methodists will bare
report from this district to
'make at. Conference, from almost eve
ry quarter do we hear of great success
attending' their revival meetings. The
't : feritOnnary of Methodisnt was celobra
'tell on Sunday last.
dis'Old Subject Newly Considered.
We haVe repeatedly in our e4peri
ence as a journalist referred to the ne
cessity existing in our borough for a
reading room. We have mentioned as
far as able all the benefits that would he
derived by our citizens generally
should such a thing be established.
We have shown its importance in the
-culture of our young people, its bear
ing upon the morals and literary stand
ing of the community; how much vice
it obliterittes, and what virtues it cul
tivates. We have mentioned, too, how
far behind our neighboring towns we
are in this respect; but apparently
nothing we said was heeded, and sure•
ly nothing has been done to establish
it. The reasons why our citizens are
so backward oh this subject have never
been explained, but we think we have
a clue to the main reason, and that is
that no suitable room could be found.
Our town is seriously in need ofpublic
as well as private dwellings,and a town
Hall would not be either a uselese or a
non-paying establishment. But we are
pleased to communicate the intelligence
that a room well adapted to the pur
poses of a Reading Room is offered for
rent by Mr. James A. Brown. It is
situated on the second floor of that
gentleman's new and mammoth build
ing, and is finished for immediate oc—
cupation. Now that the opportunity
offers, and, what we suppose, the great
barrier to the establishment of a Read
ing Room has been removed, we live
in hope that our young people will
consider• the subject and agitate it un
til they come to the conclusion to ac
copt the offer. Older citizens will not
refuse their means and influence in ad
vancing the worthy object, but it de•
pends upon the young men to inaugu•
rate the movement. It is to their ad
vantage primarily, and to that of the
citizens generally in the end, and of
course it will be expected that they
will labor for the securement of every.
advantage that will tend to improve
and prepare them for the future. A.
young man should never be indifferent
to the means established for his benefit,
nor should he refuse to co operate.in
securing new fields of improvement.
We hare agitated this subject again
with the hope that it will not be lost
to the minds of our many young peo•
pie. It is presented in a more favora
ble light than ever before by us, the
room being really for the purpose: If
no other objection exists to a Reading
Room than that there never was a
room to hold it in, we hope the young
men will act at once and occupy the
room now offered, and if there are any
other objections entertained by our
citizens we trust they wilt remove
them, knowing that they aro merely
the offspring of superstition and prep'.
We would suggest that the young
men have a meeting to consult upon
the matter and have that meeting at
one before the opportunity of having
the room is lost.
The Shirleyebnrg Herald,
The Herald of last week comes to us
considerably changed in appearance
for the better, as is always the case
when a new broom is first put to ac
tive use. Mr. John Lutz, heretofore
editor, is now Associate, and Benjamin
Lutz, heretofore Associate, is now Edi
tor and pablisiter in chief. Both father
and son have labored faithfully to
establish the Herald upon a firm foun
dation and we hope they have not
The Herald will in the future be open
to conviction, as will be soon by the
following paragraph taken from the
new editor's address to the public;
"I can lay down no line of policy
which I intend to pursue. The future
course of Tin HERALD will be shaped by
future events, as they transpire. It will
be the organ of no political party or
faction,but will favor or oppose the can.
didates and measures of either party at
its option ; taking care that its indepen
dence shall not be all on one side." •
Stolen Horse Recovered,
The sorrel mare stolen from Mr.
Daniel Riper . :-n the night of the 2d of
December, was sold by the thii3f to a
gentleman in McVeytown, on the 4th.
Mr. Adam Rupert, living in the neigh
borhood, road the advertisement in his
Globe and seeing the animal knew her
to be the property of Mr. Riper, and
he was informed of the transaction.
On Saturday Mr. Riper went after his
animal and she is now again in his
stable. The purchaser paid a good
price for the animal. He will be more
careful hereafter and not buy from a
strange•. The thief is still at largo
and perhaps in the business in some
Go to So.prto
Ifyou want a place for cheap living
go to Japan. You can buy a first
class house for fi(), and live comforta
bly in it for two cents a day. Ser
vants charge fifty cents a month, and
a horse and grciom may be had for the
same time for one dollar and fifty cts.
These figures, it must be admitted, are
a //Vie lower than they are hem—,
What a nice little 'difference there is
oven in the price-of a house, between
$3O and $9,950 !
Whferp. Would Be Beet
It is a question with some whether
it would not have been better to have
sold the "Family Record" through the
book stores instead of solely by agents
We are not prepared to say which
plan is preferable, but either will do,
for everybody will buy one no matter
who sells them. Mr. A. Harrison
is agent for the above, in this county.
A Now R ailroad Project,
We clip the following paragraphs
from a communication sent to the U.
S. Railroad and Mining Register. It
refers to a project Illy an iron and
coal railroad, calling it the Dauphin and
Bedford R. R., which, as the writer. says,
"would,, on its completion command a
mineral traffic of a million of tons the
first year to begin with."
He lays down the following as the
route of the proposed railroad :
"Starting from a point on the Leba
non Valley Railroad, and passing on
the south side of Harrisburg to an eli.
Bible site for a railroad bridge across
the Susquehanna ; thence up the Yel
low Breeches creek, through and near
a series of iron ore deposits opened at
intervals along the foot of the South
Mountain ; thence across the route of
the Cumberland Valley Railroad in the
vicinage of Shippensbilrg ; thence xvest
to the Huntingdon and Broad Top
Railroad, on the waters of the Bloody
Run; and thence on, via Bedford, to a
connection with the Pittsburg and
Connollsville Railroad on Wills creek,
twelve miles from Cumberland."
Speaking of itS importance in level•
oiling the Broad Top coal region he
"With this road built, the Broad
Top coal region would mine and for
ward to market a half million tons of
coal and- more, per year, whilst large
quantities of Somerset coal would be
received on the new road, at its Wills
creek connection with the Pittsburg
and Connelsville Railroad."
He further remarks :
The Huntingdon and Broal Top
Railroad, 44 miles long, is now open
and in operation, from Huntingdon on
the Juniata to Mount Dallas, on
Bloody Run, 6 miles from Bedford; in
addition to the main road the compa
ny own three branches, (one of which
is nine.miles long.) leading to the coal
mines. Over two millions of dollars
aro invested in -the Huntingdon and
Broad Top Railroad, and about twen
ty-five collieries have been opened in
the Broad Top coal field; so that altos
gether, Broad Top is the scene of vast
investment in railroad, mining plant
and mineral land,
"The Dauphin and Bedford Railroad
would enhance the interests in the
Broad Top coal field in amount equal to
the whole cost of a new road from
Harrisburg, via Yellow Breeches
creek, to the Huntingdon rind Broad
Top Railroad. It would save to the
Broad Top colliery operatorS'a dollar
a ton in cost of forwarding coal to
market, which saving alone would
more than pay the interest on the
whole. cost of the now road; and if we
add what it would enhance Broad Top
coal lands and Huntingdon and Broad
Top Railroad shares, we see the whole
cost of the road represented in the in
creased value imparted to existing in.
vestments in the Broad Top district."
The editor Of the Register in coin
,menting on the project says:
"In the first place, it proposes to oc
cupy the best unoccupied railroad
ground in Pennsylvania at this clay,
provided that it be built all the way
through from the Lebanon Valley R.
R. to the Pittsburg and Connellsville
R. R. or Cumberland; and that it be
operated under lease by the Philadel
phia and Reading R R. Co., which is
in position and in condition to accom
modate the Broad Top coal trade, and
also the Somerset coal trade; and also
to form a combination line to Pitts
burg, via Connellsville; and also to
form a combination line, via Cumber
land, to Wheeling on the Ohio river,
and to Parkersbur . g on the Ohio river.
And so the DauPl»u and Bedford Rail.
road would be a division in short, di
rect between Southwestern Pennsyl
vania and West Virrrinia in the interi•
or, and the two great cities at tidewa
ter. This consideration is of the first
significance and importance, and Will
bear elaboration and enlargement, in
minds open to events in the future."
A New Jail
It is abunt timo our county builds a
new jail, or gives the old one a corn
pieta repair. It is no longer a place
where bad men can be detained for
trial or punishment. All prisoners
now in jail are in irons, and all now
boarders will moot with a like recep
tion. it is bard.usago but it is neces
sary, to niako sure their attendance at
Court. We hope the Grand Jury now
in session will visit the jail and make
a report to the Court and people of the
DElq-' The following officors were eleeN
ted at the meeting of the Huntingdon
Co. Agricultural Soeiety Monday eve.
ning :—Graffius Miller, President; R.
McDivitt, John M. Bailey, Recording
Secretaries; R. M. Speer, Correspon,
ding Secretary; Geo. Jackson, Treas.
urer; Theo. IT. Cromer, Librarian.
The Society decided to bold a fair
some time between the 25th of Sep
tember and the 10th of October, 1806,
and a committee of three appointed to
select and prepare suitable grounds.
A Visit to 'Washington.
John B. Shenefblt writes us an in
teresting account of his visit to Wash
ington. It is rather lengthy, but we
will.try to publish it next week, It
will be a map for others of our citizens
of tho county, who expect to visit
Washington, to go by. Mr, Shonefelt
and lady saw the sights and got the
worth of their Money invested.
Vista Conventi on
At a meeting of a number of the
citizens of the couLLy at the: Court
House on Monday evening last, the
following persons wore appointed dele
gates to the Fish Convention to :1890M
bin at Harrisburg to-day, Wednesday :
—A. W. Benedict, B. Baker, D. Dunn'.
HerilyNeff and W: Lewis, with power
to appoint additional members.
krarOn Taesday morning last, when
the second fast freight train WaS on
this' side of Barre° station, an axle
broke, tbrowin thirty ears Off'•tbo
track. A bralernan bad his ankle
Id , Zr^ The Chambersburg _Repository
entered on its Seventy- third year, with
its last issue, much improved and en
larged. It has always been a fearless
advocate of justice and the right, and
iOaquestionably one of the ablest jour
nals in the country. We always hail
the arrival of this journal, and we
trust it will live three-score years and
There will be an auction of Books,
Stationery, & Miscellaneous articles at
the Book Store of Simpson, Armitag,e
& Co., on Tuesday evening, Jan.
9th next, at GI o'clock. All should
avail themselves of this rare opportu•
pity to secure good reading matter
The term of David Black, County
Treasurer, expired with the last day of
the old year. T. W. Upton, elect, has
reported, and taken charge of the of
flee. Mr. Black made a most excellent
officer, and we predict that the public
will hal'e no reason to complain of Mr.
gl.The Bedford /7igitirer,,tates that
a special court will he held by - Hon.
George, Taylor, President Judge of the
Huntingdon district, on the third Mon
day of February, next, for the trial of
ca - uses in which Judge King was con
cerned as counsel.
riQ - -The heavy sums received for
brick and stone houses is inducing
others to auction off Rod become thou
sands heirs. we understand the brick
house on the corner of Hill and Mont
gomery streets, will shortly come un
der the hammer.
Oil niust Conic
A company. is organizing in Parrce
township, to bore for oil on Stone
Creek. Some persons are tickled with
the idea. One of the party interested
says all that is wanted is a hole deoP
enough and oil will come. We hope so.
By Rev. R. Lowis McCune, at Mrs.
Fraketos hotel, in §hlyleysburg, on the
25th ult, Mr. Joins - H. Nur.soN, of
Shade Gap, to Miss ELLIE R. NErsoN,
of Shaver's Creek, Huntingdon co.
in East Freedom, Blair county, by
Rev. 8. Hooper, Mr. THOMAS Rurtarr,
of Huntingdon county, to Miss MARY
C. Ruciars, of the former place.
On the 28th ultimo, by Rev. J. B.
Strain, 'JOSEPH E. GARNER, of Blair co.
to Miss NANNIE P., daughter of David
Thompson, Esq., of the vicinity of
By Rev. George Norcross, at the res
idence of the bride's father, Mr. James
Boggs, at North Henderson, Warren
county, Illinois, on Thursday, Dec.
1865, Mr. JAMES WRIGHT to Miss MAR.
TIIA M. 'BOGGS.
By Rev. Bridenbaugh, on Thursday,
Dec, 28th. 1865, Mr. NVAm.A.m NEFF,
of Rocicview, near Alexandria, Blunt
ingdon county, Pa., to Miss CORDELIA
HOWARD, of the vicinity of Gettysburg.
At the Farmer's hotel, Jan. 2d, by
Rev. S. 11. Reid, Mr. IVm. GARNER to
Miss MARY A. PARKS, both of Penn tp.
On the same day, by the. same, Mr.
ISRAEL STEVER, Battery M. gd Penna.
Artillery, to Miss MARTDA MILLER, of
At Alexaml Jau. 2d., at the houso
of the bride's father, by Bev. S. J.
Moore, Air. LEFFEtur to
On Monday, Jan. Ist. 18(36, at the
residence Of the bride's 'Miler, by Rev.
A. S. Goodrich, WILLI.kAI C. LONG, fbr
nierly of Huntingdon, Pa., to Miss Au.
ISIE. L. MAlttili of Kane, ?iicKeitn
Our young friend Will, who has been
operating in a useful channel of the
business life fur Spun) years past, has
eventually coMeluded ,to bid adieu to
the sphere of single blessedness, and
taken to himself . a fair companion for
life. We hope Will and his lady will
C. a long and happy march together
in their present relation in life, and
after the present in the eternal realms
MARY 'JANE, daughter of Abraham
o.nd Harriet E. Corbin, Nov. 19th, '65,
-tged 3 years, 11 months, and 12 days.
Weep not far Mary; Spo wils for too fair,
Too pore to dwell iu this guilt-taluted earth!
The sinless glory and the golden air
Of Zion scented to claim her from her birth :
A Spirit Wftllderell ireel its native zone,
soon d fECOTCrin;, took her for his own:
Weep not for her:
Weep not for Mary: She's an angel now,
And treads tho sapphire floors of ParadiLe,
All darkness wiped away from her refulgent brow . ,
Slit, sorrow, suffering, banished from her eyes;
Victorious over death, to her appear..
The Nista'd joys of Ileaveu eternal year:
Weep not for her.
Weep not for . .ltau: There's no rause for we;
Ent rather nerve thy rplrit that it walk
Unshrinklug, o'er the thorny paths below,
And from earths low del-11.0001s keep thee hod
So when a few fleet severing scars have flown,
She'll moot thee at Heavens :gate, and bear then. on
Weep not for her.
At her residence, near McConnells
town, December 2cith,oEuzA, wife of
Benjamin Heiner, aged 45 yrs, 7 mos
Our departed friend we mourn, for
she was a worthy woman. Early in
life she became a meinber of the Ger.
Ref. Church, aad always adorned her
Christian profession by 'a consistent
life, and a regular attention to her du
ties. As a neighbor and friend she
was highly esteemed, for she was al
ways kind and reitdy to help. And as
a wife and mother she was not surpas
sed for the tenderness and interest she
ever showed towards those of her
household, whom she loved so much.
How she is mourned by these i Her
husband fondly cheilsbes her Memory,
and deeply laments her loss. Her be
loved children weep over her grave,
and sorrowfully exclan4, "Q:1! our
dear mother !" But,
Away 1 away! our thoughts do risa •
For Ixapa find ccmtvrt to the attics :
Nids' ' breast, &ear mother, rest,
And forovez,tra: blast.'.. • .
aliaw & Clnrkss Sewing Blackiine.
We have received ono of Shaw &
Clark's beautiful soWing machines, and
it has been tried by an experienced
seamstress and pronounced a first rate
gez•General Jno. W. Geary is in
town, being a witness we understand
at the present emirt. Ho will remain
at the Exchange a few days.
Got. CURTIN arrived in Cuba. In n
letter to Secretary . Slifer he states that
the climate has acted like a charm up
P1111..0 DEL PILIA DIAWKE TB.
Finally Flom 1 .10.50
blztro Flour • OM
~ ,u periine Flour • • , 5,00
nye Floor q/410
Corn 210,11 . $1.25
Extra WhltolVllont, V2,70W.1.G0
Fair and Prima Hod
Corn, prima Yellow
ea t 9 52
Ilinvorseed, 1164 Pa • 58,00
Thuntlly ' :3.50
Finxteed .• . 03,10
W not . • 00810
C0111:ECTIID WEEKLY 11Y S. E. 'UNIFY CO.
Fatally Flour '1!b1,1 111.09
I:xtra nlour • -
Corn 31,a1 11 cwt. $2.15
Buckwheat Elour "*t cwt 1 , 20
Red Wheat 10'
Oats • 35
Clorvrseed $0,(1.) 7.0)
FlaxEeed 4 61
Dried .Apples 8, 00
Dried Peaches VD) • .28 to 33
lhta, 0 3
.a_mac; , tl2.e).7L- e•m,l.e)
Timm & SON will Imvo anothop
.1. silo or a variety of good,, in II CNTINGBDN,
Caramcncing 'First Thualay of J. unary Court,
mill cant iniii tine
Their stock' bo of a greater variety mid better
it The will 'tali nt public sale nt "Inr)
On Thursday, January 18, 1866
The following, property, to wit: (The largo heavy (heft
horse 0 years old, nue sorrel family horse 6 seers old,
one black farm more 7 years old, Otte (Rory 000, and
ono Fled. two Buffalo robes, one Top rittggy, and ono
Trotting Buggy, roe Cow and Calf, ono ts:t of silver
mounted flarness, and one working Harness, three °ad•
tiles, and a uumbor of other articles too numerous to
Sale to commence a 10 o'clock on told day, when
reasonable terms will be made known
W. MAUCH, & 111;0.
bfaiklaAnlrg, Jan. 2,'66-I t.
11 ,1 be t sold i, o t t
19 :c h lo e premises in
On Thursday, January 25th, 1800,
A TRACT OE' LAND containing 230 acres, of which abant
50 acres are cleared and its a good Blots of culti
vation, having n g ,od Dwelling House ereeted:,:f,
thereon, a newer failing spring, and as good cites
nut oak timber as any in the aarrolllllllng
try. It is 1101111(10d by lanai of Joint Anderson, Peter
Speck, William States and David Nor, is.
TP,II3IS OF' SA 1,11-9ne third of the pnrehase money
on confirmation of sale—the balance in two ennui pay
melds with interest, secured ty bonds tind mortgage.
Tim land belongs to tho heirs of Jane 31c0.01, lAte of
said township, who have appointed the muluruigtml to
act as th-lr agent or attorney.
jan3 J3IIN ANDERSON.
TIIE undersigned will sell at public
sale at (he Court 11,113,,
Olt Wednesday, 10th of January, 1866,
Tlfa fArtn. sitnated in Walker township. Huntingdon
county, nAjuiniug lands of JOllll9 Hoary
Harrier, and II .E ry and Andrew Orobb, enulnining 250
ta.Acres, m nu or less. aim", 100 or which are cleared
and about 150 acres in good timber, with tine; e log
Dwelling U.., MIR a log barn then•ns erected.
Thcro is olso n'lame amount of good fossil Iron or, on
Mc tract, part or it bcing now regniarcy worked.
Terms rondo known on clny.of sale, which will be AC
comm,,datiug. ISAAC KURTZ.
Walker tp., Dcc. 20, 116:Ms
H. ROMAN. .1,
N IS 'IV •
FA-LL AND WINTER,
Ti. R OMAN'I3
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gmilemen'a Clothing of the bust material, and madr
n the best workmanilko manner, call at
H. It 0 MAN'$,
opposite the Franklin Hume in Market Square, Hustling.
Huntingdon oct 17,'57.
CHEAP GROCERY STORE.
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON, P.A.
rui HE undersigned offers fbr the in
ppeetion and purchaßo of coqtomers a large and a,
sorted stuck of Groceries, Provisions, Fc.e. He feels 011ie.
tied they coo he occonnatoted with anything in nit lino.
His priest are low, and his stock fresh and good. 1:e
kocvs the best of
SUGAR, COFFEE '
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
TOBACCO SEGA RS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, &e
A Lso— •
HAMS, SHOULDERS ' SIDES,
MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR,
FISH, CHEESE, FLOUR
Arid NOTIONS of every kind
A select stoel: of PRY 0001).9, together tritli (111 E ENS-
All E. nod all other articles kept in \yell regulated
establish [neut. for 8310 at reAsonable prices.
His store is on 11111 street, nearly oppo,ite the
Bunk, stul in the room formerly occupied, hy I), Grove.
Call nod examine. Z. VENTER.
Hsu t islAtlun, Oct. 17, 1S:15.
WANTBD at S. E. IIE2\RY & CO'S
15,000 bushels Wheat,
5,000 " Rye,
5,000 " Oab,4 ;
5,000 " Corn,
1,000 " Flaxseed,
1,000 " Cloverseed,
1,000 pounds Wool,
For which the highest, cash price will
WHARTON & MAOLIIRES
IN THE BROAD TOP DEPOT BUILDING
The public generally are invited to call before vicar,
llo.ntingdon, Juno 23,1335.
WOOL, BLAN.TiE'rS, -COVER
lets, Ingraue, Itag ;11111 . 11.1i p Carrts. Hugs, Oil
awl ?'leer Cloths, at 5. E. HENRY S CO.
d iALD BRASS AND COPPER taken
'I,,Y In exchange for goods at the Hardware Eqoro.
apt. 8, 16.32. JAS. A. IIROW?i
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furs,
roc tale cheap at tho Clothing Moto of
002-1 LEOPOLD BLOOM
- • ,
E. IRINRY & CO. - 4911 alr. kinds
a , of Iron, ahe6t Aron, !loop -11 . 0; b,f4dl-013114, lieHtt
r 11.1(.5.; 6tilve9 end a rnf retyl'l,l,6ll, w.v.i.1 . 4: • ,
.14101'. J. U. 31'1:Nil' ri.Tr
illtorilal alla Extonal ZOECiIIO,
477./e Marli:ea, Bloody Flya in one day.
Cqr headache and Earache in thr,e minutes.
4...3% Toothache In one minute.
..vrg- Neuralgia in five minutes,
Sprains In twenty minute 2;
AZ" Savo Throat Is ten minutes,
/at- Cholla and Cramp Is five minutes,
4 . 4) - - Rheumatism in one. day,
IM, Pain in tits Back or Bid° In ten minu:ca . ,
Cad Coughs or Colds In ono day,
Paver and A guo in one day.
HS. Cures Deafumn, Asthma, PH., • .
es, Inflammation of the, Ridneys, Erysipelas,
to„. Liver Ccrapinlnt and Palpitation of the Heart.
Keep it in your Families—Sickness
conies when least expected.
I propose to check, and effectually iliisipate morn ache
and poin. and to accomplish more perfcct equilibrium of
all the circulating tlaids in the human system, than con
Im ..treete,l by shs other, or nll other methods hf medical
slit in the same since of time.
TIIIS POPULAR P.InIItIYY Is riot coming into luso, for
the fact th tt I cure, tree of charge, all those earn
plaints whenever there 13 an opporhmity to do co. Aa
soon as (cis applit'd It Molest miraculously kills the pain.
rio not ask you to buy born, you are eertatn of Ito chi.
cicncy. It you have on stchoor pain. it is warranted to do
all it purports on the label; otherwise the money will ho
I du not propose to core every disease--only a class
mulled bmy directions. My liniment operates on chem•
ical- and'electric principles, and Is. therefore appliable,
to the cure or natural rca torative of all organic damp
:neat arising from an Improper circulation of the nerve
Prof. .1. IL Mellnlyee'e COMPOUND, acts di
rectly on the absorbents. reducing glandular and other
seiellin,, in incredible. short time, without any pn.siblc
dun no' .front iia use under any possible circumstances.
This is an internal and external medicine—oollllloSed of
roots, herbs and harks, such as one forefathers used in a bountiful supply on earth to cureall complaints
if see only In a ne what they wore ,
This has heen,a'great study with the Medical Frienlty
for many years, ip find nut the hinds best adapted to the
above complaints—hollr to put them together, and what
proportions to use. J. 11. MeENTYitle.
Proprietor, Reading, Pa
Far sale at Lewis' Book Store
gunling , lon, Pa., Sept. 0, 1005.
DAVADEELgON PiLL6 7
For ail diEcnac., mating from one Cause, viz
: Fever and
Dkiettsia. Catarrh in the Head. Weak and dicer.
demi :•..tonn:Ch, such n 9 Indigestion, Sink headache, Gid
diness of dm Head, Wealtmeis of Sight, Withhy Ailments.
ItlinninaliSnl, nnrl MINIM:aIe Pains. l'Ain9 in the Uncle or
Fide, Nervous Delaility,•Lnivne,s of Spirit, Impurity or
the Wood, Clutches or Eruptions of the I).3dy, Gravel,
Worms, Ac., Ac. Sold at 23 collie per het.
TNDJAiY VE GE TA BL
WOF.afl DESTROYER !
Thisinfalliblo medicine is warranted to expel worms in
01l cm', and nay Ire given to cifildren of all ages, as they
are purely vegetable and perfectly harmless.
• vii r Can be had nt Lewis'pool: store, llnntingdon, Pc,
To Merchants and Business Men.
THE undersigned having recently
been appointed agen - for tho New York National
Into Company, hereby gives notice to merchants, busi•
nest men, and to consumers oral! classes that Ito is pre
pared to supply the market with an article, of Ink which
in addition to bring the hest in tie, is . emphatically the
cheapest ever o ff ered for sale in this country.
It neither corrodes the pen, nor moulds the inkstand,
is of a rich bluish tint, flows freely, and is pe,Aclly indel
ible, giving it advantages not possessed by anther
whether Of foreign or domestic manufacture. • This Ink
contains no sedimein and will not lheteforo, thicken as
most inks do, the last drop being as thin and clear as the
/7. - All orderswhether wholesale or retail, 'will lo
pro aptly filled, at lower roles then no good an article can
b., purchased in the cities or elzewhere. Parsons Who
entertain doubts as to the superior quality tel cheapness
of Ibis Ink are respectfinly entreated to give it a trial
,7..1en 11. Clark. sub-agent twill canvass the county for the
purpoie of introducing title Itch.
CotFo Rem P. 0., Tamtitlg.ilfin ennnty, Penna.
Oct. la, 'O5-tf.
rgINCIPAL rF Tilt
NAIIONAL Ci,3IPANS, OY NEIV YORK
Mr. SIMON COIIN. P. M., having been appointed naive
loan and general agent, is the representative of the above
company for the comity of . fluncingilen, State of Penna.,
per contract, all portico theretere, whether having
dealt with us previously or otherwise, will please -stall
tbetneel vet Or the adValltAges of dealing directly. with the
representative of our' house here; they will find it to
their pecuniary interest to do so.
C L. VAN ALLEN, Actuary.
The abase Ink is for sale at Lords' and all the principal
stores in the coutity.
STAR MAGIC LINIMENT
TOOTH A CHE,
HIPTHEIHA, or SORE THROAT,
CRAMPS, ot •
PAINS IN THE STOMACH,
:OLE AU ENT,
&Lai UEL 11. SIIOEdfAKE72,
Price Fifty Ceuta
Price One Dollar.
Agents 'Wanted to sell the abov.e
throughout the Country:
ang.don, Oct. 20, lab.
GREAT ENTHUSIASM 1
111 Cell PRICES S'URREIVIDER I
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
JOIIN Ir. WESTBROOK LA
gesp,ctfully informs the citizens of llnutindOn ar.d
vicinity that he has just received from the city n Nine and
iildendid check or
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, de., (tc., cf7e.
all of butch be is prepared to tell at reduced prices.
A lot .2f clvdce CONFECTIONERII:6 have also been re
Don't forget the old stand in thn Diamond. Old custo
mers and the paldie generally are inilittcl to
npri I*J., 1565.
N EW BOOR AND 8110 E STORE.
' r e'l n Ten,f h t i j r
Ituntlo g d
A. Fine Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
Ait of which he will s a lt at (air prices. Quick daTer and
tnmll prqfils. t all and exgrolne my steel, •
Alaeßfacturing and Repairing Rune to order 06 Ufitiol.
Il nialo g doo, Oct- 10, 1105.
.-EF ..‘CS ) T.I . WeatakT
GOOD PIIOTOGDAI'II LIKENESS,
DowNELL 3c KL/NE'S
Qn JJIU AS'lreet, two doors west of
Lewis' Book ,Store.
CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS.
lluntingdon, Oct 4, '65-tI.
c; TONES. STOVES.
Li" spear , . romoh,"autilluit" Cook, Wellington Conk,
Cmaloantal Cook, and a Pp'undid variety of gin !tamer,
and other heating kt,,vre, for coot Or IrOOti, inst ro•
reined, and for VAe at tho hardware Stoke of
Mut tlngdon., Oat. Is,
r_)ROWN & BLEACHED MUSLIN'S.
J) Ticking, I.lna..ya. Cherlin. bleached and brown can:.
kloono:a, 1111110r8 Pluld, Wool Fbionnl3
S. if. HENRY
0. TO S. E.. HENRY & CO'S for
N ... - Kg3otl Cloths, carvimares,EatthoUbF, Tu oeds, lientuo
ky Jean 3, Velvet. Cord, ST.
,Cr r.lio!ns !" , )r E. 910 re;
N EW GOODS • '
1 FOR FALL AND PR NT
HENRY STROUSE & CO.
ltespettcally lan= the thri
Nava Just receivid a large and rplerAla glut It ct . 4a , all at
, their store hi AlllitNaldßUlto,,e.dishilltigla pait.of.
HATS B:CAPS • •••
LOW' 1V ARE,..
GLA AS S II S ''° , 4314'1
FISH — - • .
SALT, Fze., • •
Also . -130NtiETS. an ti TINWARE
, , .
And in fact everything usually kept in n Brat claer noun
try etore, which were bought low for cosh nips-aiiil bs
sold at correspondingly low prices for c,rsll;'o'r colintr4
produce. rind r. qOO5O the public to Virie us n call beforie
purchasing elsetv herd, finding satisfied tt - e eau t - 4.14te coprt 7
rior inducements to cosh buyers.
We Alp( et fully SO] iCit the paironago - an% and bspcel,
ally our Troug,liCreek Volley friend ,
Everything taken in - exchange for goods except proluirr.
"Cash paid for all kinds of grain, fur . - which tho
Lighest market prices will be given.
it ,STROL"SII le CO.
li;arktesborg r Oct. 2d , ] SCS.
NEW GOODS! 'NEW GOODS
If you want Cheap Good;;;
GO TO m. CIIMNINGHAM &, CO'S
If you want Good Goods,
GO TO It. M. CGNNINGIIAM &.CO'S
If you want FeishionaNe; Go"
GO TO 1111 CUIN3iINGIIAM & CO'S.
If you wont to sfle the
BEST SELECTION OF aoODI9I
EVER DROUGHT TO lIIINTINGIiON,
Con.dding of LADIES' DRESS 000D3, CASSf 3FE111:13
of city and country manufacture. Brochet and. Blanket
SHAWLS, SONTAGS and Breakfast SHAWLS,
and 3IUSI,INS or every variety, Bats, Cape, Boots, Shoes..
Groceries and Confectioneries. and in a word, everything
that eye bath bout or heart could Wish,
GO TO R. M. CUNNINGHAM & CC'S'
WEOLESALE &RETAIL STO.7IE.
Corner of Railroad and Montgomery stfr,
Huntingdon ,Ncr. 8, 18C5
AT LOW PRICES.
o GUTMAN .
JIAS JUST OPENED A INCr STOCK OF mar.
PALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which ho offers to all who writ to be
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
His Stock consists . of Needy-make Clothing for
• MEN AND 80YE4. -
1130T3 AND SIMS, ItATS . Agh <LOS,
Should gontlemett.dcsire any jierticulai kind' r cut
clethingtiot fennel in the stock on bend, lay leaving their
Iii(,001100 they .can leo accommodated at short unties.. •
Call at the east corner of the Diatnond,' over Lon,;',
Huntingdon May. 17, 'l5.
Reward the Soldiots!
Another Opportunity is offered the many
Friends of the Soldiers to Re!ward
those who Faced the MusD
of the EnenaY.
J. U. SHONTII 80.
ESPECTFULLY inform their mime
it rood friends of l'arlilesburg and surrounding coun
try, that they lotro received tydargo and oplewild.stook of
. NEW GOOAS,
READY MADE CLOTHDTO,
HATS and OAPS, BOOTS and SHOES,
LADIES' DRESS GOO D S ,
GENT'IIIEN'S FURT , TISIIING- GOODS
and a large stack of JEWELRY,. &e..
The, public, without regard to pill itic , N.scligion, sect or
calor, will find our stare the place, to bUyjust what they.
want, and at prim! to suit times: • "
liatt't rail to 4iyo icon pall, as' wo are datermlned to
Marklesburg, Ituntittdon od.. Woo. 1, 'OS,
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
SIMPSON, ARMITAGE & CO.
U WAVING PURCHASED tho en,;'
tit tire stock of Wm. Colon. wo now offer to thOpubll
at rensonablo prices our immense stock of . .
SCHOOL; • • .-
AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
STATIONERY, POCKET ROOKS, PORTMONAIS,
A Do, :Latest SI yles of
WALL PAPER & WINDOWSHADL'S,
MAGAZINES, and Daily and Weekly Papori - coristlntr
ly on hand.
ST—GI-dein 'from abroad promptly netended to.
CALL AT BROAJd TOP CORNER,
NEW STORE, AND NEW GOODS,
CHEAPEST CLOTHING ill Town
ILLS JUST RECEIVED
A I,IIIG ASSORTMENT OF NEW STYLES 0A••
KILL AND TVINTER, 0120D§,.
Which he (+Mrs to Ilia
AT THE CHEAPEST BATES.-
Ms stock consists of • • •
GMAT'S' FIIRYISHIYCI• GOODS,
lIATS & CAPS, BOOTS &
his storas at tii? -
OLD DaDAD TOP COttNIM.,IIUNTIISGpO4, 11.;
Whore he al!! ba plessad lei redelrn and aceeinvaindate ai
custemerg, • reg4somil4oo34
Huntingdon, Oct. 10,1860. •••'
NEW FAMILY GiIOCERY STORE.
CLONG et CO, ‘voul4l respectfully.
cell the attention of the citizen% of flantingdon
and vicinity to Ilia fact that they Hove - just opened a PA.
mILy Git 4 )CNItY sTOR at the old stand of Clidstorhor
Long, a hero tl - ey will keep mistahtly uu hand a full and :
volt assorted stock of
FRESU FAMILY GROC,BRIP,
such an Loverinp's Syrup, N. Orleannatut Forto 7:leo no
-111:u.e6, fugup, CoLfeep,
no r.. Flour, Pth.biGheese,
and Provisions of all kltula. - • . •
D'll ILLO NV- WAT:.E, •
omP ;MDR, in port.Pketl, 7.lneeets,"labi,lra7l.l?Ohr.di
Corn nroonli.t Clot Cloths ,, 8, r • eor Ergs
CANDIES and litiTA of ail Itlrrls, wholC49.lA and ratan.
TOYS, TOBACCO, Silt CA/11 011. COnl Oil ',amp:, Sri.,
They refpectrully invite n snit anti imintiltilltou otilteii
stock ElltitiliPtl that their goods and prices vill.coliipsr+
rorahiy with threte of any the to the .. •
liclntinlltleu, +:)2 . fc , er f:r:. I'L;..r..
• CLOTIIING train MID ill braiingli..l
V1110.T.X.E;M.13 :is chogy as they can in
n, Fr6,11 , 1161i'V.1, it' , 3r6 in l'hilaticiphi
GREATEST VARIETY and