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A Cry from lacologa,
There's a cry from Macedonia—Come awl
• help us;
The light of the Gospel bring, 0 come
Let us bear the joyful tidings of salvation,
IVe thirst for the living spring,
0 ye heralds of the cross he up and doing,
Remember the great command, Away
Go ye rol.. and preach the word to every
Proclaim it in ev'ry land
CHOR.—They shall gather from the East,
They shall gather from the West,
With`the patriarchs of old,
And the ransomed shall return
To the kingdoms of the blest
With their harps and crowns of gold
There's a cry froniXacedonia,
O how beautiful their feet upon the mountains
The tidings of peace who bring, Who bring,
To the nations of the earth who sit in dark-
And tell them of Zion's king ;
Then ye heralds of the cross be up and doing.
Go work in your master's field, Away ! •
Sountl the trumpet, sound the trumpet of sal-
vation, • ,
The Lord is your strength and shield.
CLIOR : —.I,et the distant isles be glad,
Let them hail the Saviour's birth,
And the news of
Till the knowledge of the truth,
Shall extend to all the earth,
As the waters o'er the sea.
There's a cry from Macedonia,
Ye have listed in the army of the faithful
Like heroes the battle fight, Away! [you,
There are foes on every hand thatrwill assail
Then gird on your armor bright; [you,
With the banner of the cross unfurled before
The sword of the spirit wield, Away I
Yo shall conquer through Ilia mercy who
hath loved you,
The Lord is' your strength and shield
:Cnoit.—Ye are marching to the laud'
Where the saints in glory stand,
And the just for joy shall sing,
• Yo by faith may bring it nigh;
Yo shall reach it bye and bye,
• And your shouts of triumph ring.
There's a cry from Macedonia, &e„
[From tho Philadelphia Inquirer, Fob. 5.1
A Haunted House.
Witchcraft and Sorcery Redivivius.—
. of Evil 071 the Rampage.—A
114.sterions and Inexplicable Affair.
Readers of newspapers aro seldom
called upon to peruse detailed accounts
of supernatural occurrences. Super.
,stition went out as the printing press
-came in, and yet wo have a plain, cir..
cumstantial account of a seemingly su
pernatural affair to lay before the read
ers of The _lnquirer this morning. We
say seemingly, because we believe that
there is some triekery in the case,
though thus far it has baffled detection.
In South Fifth street, in the old Dis
-tNct of - Southwark, stands an unpre•
tending three story brick house; the
frOnt apartment 'of the first floor is
pied as a dry goods store; and the re
4naindor of the building is occupied as
th i c dwellinr , place of the proprietor of
the store and his family. These peo
ple have lived in this house for the
past ten years, and have four.d it a
comfortable residence until last Thurs.
day evening, when their troubles be
Three young ladies of the family,
after having retired for the night in
their usual apartment, the third story
front room, were awakened by a clat
tering,on the floor, and on rising to as
certain the cause of the noise they
found that their combs, brushes, head
dresses, &c., had been thrown upon the
floor; they replaced them on the top of
the bureau and tigain retired,and again
the articles were thrown upon the
foor. They Arose a second time, some
what alarmed. • To heighten their trop.
Idation; a looking glass jumped from
the wall into a corner of the room, and
was shivered to pieces. They awoke
their father, and ho came up stairs to
be astonished by the mantle ornaments
jumping from their accustomed posi
tions and waltzing around the floor.
There were strange knockings in the
ceiling and walls. There was no more
sleep for the family that night.
With daylight they became calm,but
while thalady of the house was placing
the breakfast dishes, a saucer sprang
from the table, flew against the wall,
and was broken into a dozen frag
mente The members of the household,
Who aro not over nervoug; partook of
their morning meal, and commenced
the business of the day.
On Friday night the annoyances be
gan again; doors flew open with great
violence, an ivory ornainent jumped
from. a table through ti pane of glass,
and Clattered on the pavement below.
The mantle ornaments again became
erratic, and Chased over the floor; pic
tures became loosed from their fasten..
ings, and.flew across the rooms with
remarkable velocity, at times dashing
the glass to pieces, and damaging the
frames, and in other instances sustain
ing no damage from their transit.and
Not liking to. have the ornamental
furniture destroyed, the pictures and
mirrors were unbung,,and placed upon
the floor. But this did not deprive
Odin of their powers of looomotion,
One largo looking glass took a zig zag
flight-across aroom, brought up against
an opposing wall, and was smashed
out of all the semblance of a rospecta.
hie reflector. It was a night of horror
to the afflicted inmates of the haunted
three story brick. Next morning their
plates jumped from the dresser, and
dashed themselves to atoms against
floor, walls r.nd coiling. Tho morning
meal had to bo partaken from the laps
of tho haunted people; During Friday
'they removed all their pictures, look-.
ing glasses and valuable mantel orna
ments to the house of a neighbor,
whore they still remain.
"The Master and mistress of the fina
lly being communicants of the Baptist
Church, imparted the circumstances of
their strangovisitation to their Pastor,
and on Saturday evening that gentle.
• man, accompanied by another clergy-
Man, Went to the haunted dwollinr , to
pass the night. With, one of those
clerieal gentlemen we had a protracted
interview. De is a very clear•minded
scholar, has received a collegiate train
ing; and during his studios paid con
siderable attention to the seeming phe
nomena of natural philosophy. He as
sures us that ho entered the haunted
dwelling with the- belief that the in
mates were the dupes of trickery, and
he loft the house yesterday morning
perplexed in the extreme.
Soon after ho entered the parlor a
hymn book was projected from a table
and thrown with violence against tho
door. With his own hands he picked
up the book and replaced it; before his
eyes the volume was seized by an in
visible force, and for a second time
thrown across the room, and a testa
ment sent to keep it company. Again
the books were replaced, and again
sent whirling around the room, at
times making the entire circuit of the
apartment, then they would fly of at a
full stop violently against the walls.
Bibles, testaments and hymn books
were endowed with strange powers of
volition during several hours of Satur
Both the clergyman present did their
best to discover some trick by which
the inanimate objects were made to
circumnavigate rooms in so mysterious
a manner, but in vain; they could dis
cover no clue to the mystic movements.
Many other mysterious manifesta
tions took place on Saturday evening;
a writing slate was projected against
the ceiling and broken to atoms; the
model of a boat was sent sailing throgh
the air, and finished the aerial voyage
by a violent buttagainst the wall. The
well known picture of the late Presi%
dent Lincoln and his son Tad, was ta
ken froth a nail on the wall, by the un ,
seen force, sent diagonally across the
room with great swiftness, and dashed
against an opposite wall with such
force as to break the glass, crushing
the pictures into minute pieces. Over
this picture Lung a green baize bag,
such as legal men carry; tho picture,
although hanging under the strings of
the bag, was removed as stated while
the bag itself was undisturbed. A
young gentleman present who express
ed himself an unbeliever in supernatu
ral phenomena, was roughly jostled by
strong; though invisible hands. The
violent manifestations continued for
about three hours when they ceased.
Yesterday morning they began
again. A servant of the family while
clansing the dishes, had a tumbler fly
up from the wash pan and strike her
violently in the forehead, leaving an
ugly mark in the shape of a flesh wound
The keys flew from odt.the lockS of
the doors; the few remaining dishes
threw violent somersaults from shelves
to floor. A last attempt was made to
set the table yeSterdaY for the Sunday
dinner in vain ; the plates jumped off
the table and wont to atoms against
floor and ceiling, so the hapless family
ate their Sabbatical dinner from their
A daughter of the family, on boy re
turn from church yesterday, on enter
ing the parlor, had her bible torn from
her hands with such force as to
tear the covers entirely off.
Even the bread became endowed
with life, and went spinning over the
table in the most eccentric manner.
During yesterday afternoon there was
comparative quiet; there were rum
bling noises, but no rnovcments of in
animate objects. Our'reporters visited
the house during the afternoon; they
heard the strange,unaccoun table noises
but saw nothing in transition through
the air. Broken dishes, shattered
mirrors, damaged books, and tho ab
sence of all ornamental furniture bore
ample evidence of the strange annoy
ance to which the dwelling was sub.
Several Spiritualists have visited the
house and expressed themselves confi
dent that evils spirits were at work,
though who invoked their power they
were unable to tell: None of the me
diums seemed to have sufficient power
to lay the disturbing spirits beneath
the waves of the Red Sea.
By the urgent requests of the family
we suppress the number of the haunt.
ed house, as it would become uncom
fortably crowded with curious visitdrs.
The facts are substantially as above
stated. The pastor of the church to
which the annoyed family belong pass
ed last night in the haunted house.
One of the attaches of The Inquirer
shared his vigils. The family in this
house are all opposed to the dogmas
of spiritualism, are communicants of
the Baptist Church, and bear a high
character for Christian integrity and
Tho only theory advanced thus far
by the superstitious to account for
the outbreak of these mysterious man
ifestations is that they are caused by a
lady who boarded in the family for
some months, and left the house on
rather ill terms with its inmates. This
woman is reputed to be a spiritualist,
and it is said by some that she bas
conjured the evil spirits into the house.
Those in the immediate neighborhood
who profess spiritualism are consider
able exercised over these manifesta
(From the Philadelphia Inquirer, Feb. 61
The house in question was the con.
tro of 'attraction all day. From an
early hour in the morning until late at
night the street opposite the said house
was-nearly impassable from the crowds
of persons of all ages and sexes that
congregated in front of the same. The
family, in addition to the distress they
appeared to'ho in at the advent of a
supposed departed spirit in their midst,
were literally run down all day with
visitors who managed to got a clue to
the location of the premises. The ex
citement was so great that lligh Con
stable Clark and a posse of police were
on duty in front of the dwelling, in
order to keep the premises clear of
the crowd who clamored for admission.
OM. reporter paid another visit to
the house, yesterday, and found that
additional pranks had been committed
by the so called spirit than those men
tioned in the statement published'yes•
torday. They were very much of tho
same character, however, as the pre
vious diabolries of his ghostship ; and
consisted in a knocking around of
things generally, and a disposition to
ignore entirely the maxim that "order
is heaven's first law." The spirit (?)
seemed to display a partiality during
Sunday, night and yesterday for the
front third story bed room, the sitting
room, on the first floor, and the baSe.
merit kitchen, and let all the other
rooms in the house severely alone.
•Our reporter vas extremely anxious
of seeing something in propria persona ,
and obtaining some tangible evidence
that there "aro more" things twixt
heaven and earth than aro dreamed of
in his philosophy," and how he succeed
ed shall appear. He entered the house
about dinner time yesterday,and asked
if the family had been to dinner. He
was anxious on this point as the spirits
had previously displayed a bad habit
of knocking the crockery off the table
whenever• the family sat down to a
He was informed that several at
tempts had been made to set the table,
but the dinner plates, &e., possessed
such a penchant for flying off the table
that it was deemed expedient to keep
what China ware 'remained, in the
cupboard. Our reporter being ex
tremely desirous of witnessing a "dance
of dinner plates," urged the lady of
the house to set the table again, and
held himself responsible for the pay
ment of all damage for the dinner-set.
The table was accordingly spread, and
a few plates and glasses placed there
on, but after waiting some time for de-,
volopments, his ghostship appeardll to
be Id a contrary mood, for "the thing
wouldn't go off," so thb family saved
their crockery, and our reporter his
About, this time a young man, an ac
quaintance of the family, proceeded up
to the third story front row-li, followed
by our Reporter, in order to observe
the status of things. It was found that
a number of books, which had a short
time previous been carefully piled on,
a bureau, had been displaced, and
strewn out the room in all direes
Lions, but no person happened to wit.
ness the said books in transit, and the
spirit had all the fun to himself.
Shortly afterwards, whilo several of
the family and our reporter wore seat
ed in the kithceu, waiting'for devel
opments, a heavy crash was heard up
stairs, accompanied with the violent
screams of two or three young ladies.
Hero was something, thought our re—
porter. Up stairs everybody ran and
met the screaming young ladies run
ning down, with unutteraide horror
depicted on their countenances.
The front third story room was en.
tered agairi, and it was found that, a
large washstand, containing washbasin
and various other articles, had been
thrown violently to the floor, and the
.basin broken into a dozen pieces. The
young ladies stated, as soon as they
recovered from their apparent fright,
that the washstand was upset before
their own eyes.
Our reporter was still without any
ocular demonstration, and sadly want
ed to be enlightened in that respect.
Re was told that if ho felt disposed to
enter either of the haunted rooms alone,
and quietly take a seat, ho would be
almost sure to see some physical man
ifestations, as in each case where par
tics had done so they had seen enough
to make tliem boat a hasty retreat.
At the risk of getting his 'head punch
ed" he took the hint and proceeded to
the kitchen in the basement, where an
old gentleman had seen enough to con
vince him, a° short time before, and
who loft in haste for ,more congenial
Our reporter took a seat in the room
all alone, in the confident expectation
of seeing or feeling something not ac
complished by mortal agency, but ho
was disappointed, for the spirit didn't
come to him. About this time a large
number of spectators, shaking and
talking mediums, &c., began to arrive,
to investigate the phenomena in their
own pleasant style, and after witness.
ing their mummeries for some time our
BREWSTER, HAS OPENED
li on office in Huntingdon, Pa., and has cured, and
further pledges himself to cure a class of discasof acknoi,
'edged to he incurable by any known proce..of medica
tion., diseases that never have, nor never can hocontron
ed, only by his muffed' applying the various modilications
of Electricity. •
The Doctor does not wish to convey the impression that
ho cures all diseases in nil conditions; ho does not wish to
shock the noun of the public by asserting.tlint he can
core pulmonary consumption after the lungs are half de
cayed, but he pledges himself to cure every case of pal.
Monary Consumption In tho early nod middle stage, and
every other disease where 0 sufficient amount of vitality
Electricity - is always safe In the hands of nn experienced
operator. The currents are perfectly under control, mid
can he regulated to suit the delicate nerves of a child
without any unpleasant sensation.
All those who have lung suffered from painful and
4W- All those who have been given up by other Physi
.X All those who bare been dismissed as incurable
ARE INVITED TO CALL
• Electricity, unlace Medicine, is capable of producing nil
tim changes necessary to cure any disease ; when applied
front proper polarities. The following are annorg the dis
eases our systenopf practice has proved especially sneceos•
ful in coring.'
Diseases Cured by Electropatby
Amnurosis; Apliony, loss of voice, Ac.; Asthma; Agee
Chills, fever and ague; Atrophy; nervous consumption;
Atony of the stomach, Antenorrlion, suppressed menses;
All mercurial diseases; Bifes of poisonous insects or ant.
mats; Bronchitis; stone or gravel in Bladder ; Consuinp
tion; Cblorosis, green:sicknese; Concussion of brain; Con
•traction of chest; stricture.' of iinibs, Cholle, front fliffir
ent causes; Cramps or spasms, chronic or acute; Conges
tive diseases of all kinds, Corea; S t. Vitus dance; Coldness
of feet and hands; Cancers, in certain stages; Copper col.
ored cuticle, or blotches; Catarrh; Diptheria; Deformed
limbs straitened, Deafness, from paralysis of accoustio
nerve; Dizziness or drowsiness; Dropsy.; Dinbetes; Dys.
Pepsin, in all its forms . Distnenarrhoes; painful menstru
ation; Difficult respir;tion; Enlargement of joints; Ear
ache; Epilepsy, falling sickness; Fits, from different can.,
sea; Ilastrition ' irritation of tits stomach; Gout; Goitro
us swelled neck; Glandular swellings; Ifamiplegia; Hem
orrhage, from different causes; Hysteria, irritable spine,
kc.;sick or nervous Headache; Insanity; Inflamed or sore
eyes; Incontinence ofurine; torpid state of Liver; Lungs,
heinorrliago of, congestion of, &C.; Lockjaw;Liver.enlargo
meat of; Leuchorrhea; flour tabus; -whites; Mental de
pression; Muscular contraction; Menstruation, derange
ment in; Monomania; Milkleg; Numbness, from injuries
or otherwise; Neuralgia: Nocturntil emissions; Old sores,
indolent Moors; Ozone, in some of its forms: Paraplegiek
I Palsy, numb or slaking, Paralysis, in whatever part;
Poisoning; Palpitation of the heart; Prostration from va
rious causes; Prolapsus uteri, Ac., Prolapsus nni, or piles;
excessive Perspiration; suspended Perspiration; Rotolo.
nary apoplexy; Bush of Blood to this bead; Rheumatism,
acute or chronic; Restlessness; Swelled Tonsils; Soro
Throat, from any cause; Salt rheum; Scrofula; Spinal die.
eases, curvature, Ac.; Ovarian Tumors. Tremens, do,
lirium,. or at death, Tetanus, or loekjnv , Uterine mis
placements, Uterino weakness; Ws Lk Eyes, Ac.; White
swellings. WM. BREWSTER, M. D.,
oct 4,1565 Huntingdon, Pa.
ALL THE DISTINGDISIIED OFFICERS AND CIVILIANS,
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Handsome and Useful Articles
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LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
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CLAIMS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY
A LL who may have any claims a
gainHt the Government for Bounty, Back Pay and
PenmiOnm. ran have their claims promptly Collected by ap
plying either in perstmor by letter to
W. 11. WOODS,
August 12, 1863.
'NIARBLE YARD. The undersigned
would respectfully call the attention of the citizens
, •1 I luntingdon and the adjoining counties to the stock of
mutual marble now on hand. Ile is prepared to fueoich
at the shortest notice, Itlontunental 'Marble, Tomb, Tables
and Stones of every desired size and limn of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and carved with appro.
prints devices, or plain, m may suit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, in., will be
furnished to order.
W. W. pledges himself to furnish material and work
manship equal to any in the country, at a fair price. Call
nod see, before you prirchMe elsewhere. Shop on Hill
trout, Huntingdon, Pa.
Won tiagdon , May 16 1955.
JOHN SCOTT, SAMUEL, T. DROWN, JOHN M. HAILE
The namo of this firm has boon
ed from SCOTT & 1111011 7 N., to
SCOTT, BROWN & BAILEY,
Toiler which name they will hereafter conduct their
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, IT lENTINGDON, PA.
PENSIONS, and all claims of soldiers and soldiers' heirs
gninst the Government, will he promptly prosecuted.
A. W. BENEDICT. SEWSLL STEWART. P. U. LTTLE.
THE firm of Benedict & Stewart has
1 been changed to • •
BENEDICT, STEWART Cc LYTLE,
under which name they will hereafter practice CO
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, HuNTINGDON, PA
They will also give careful attention to the collection
of military and other Claims against the State or Our.
Mice formerly occupied by J. Sewell Stewart, adjoin
ing OA Court Ilooso. febo,lSti6
K. A. LOVELL,
• A.TTORNEY AT LAW,
ta.. Prompt runt careful attention will boOpu tho
collection of all claims against the Uovernme for Back
Pay, Bounty, Pensions, Ac.
OFFICE--In the brick row, neatly opposita tin Court
E. 0. & G. W. COLDER.
HAVING entered into co-partnership in the
Alexandria Brewery, the public cro informed
that they will ho prepared at all Limos to fill IL,
orders on the shortest notice.
WM. C. McNULTY, PROPRIETOR,
Formerly of the Froultho Ildtel, Cluouberthurg.
. TERMS LIBERAL.
my 3, 1865-Iy.
THE JACKSON HOTEL,
HUNTINGDON, PA. ,
HENRY SMITH, Proprietor .
Huntingdon, Aug. 23, 1865.
T) ALLISON MILLER, Ri g
DT. TI S
Iles removed to tho Brick Row opposite; tho Court !louse
April 13, 1559. •
Office *move& to opposito the store of
D. P. Own], in the square, MIL street, Huntingdon, In.
DR. D. P. MILLER,
Office opposito Jackson house, Offers kis service
not—Guts citizens of Huntingdon and vicinity.
JOIIN .MeCULLOOLT.; offers his
j professional services to the citizens of Huntingdon
and vicinity. Wilco on. Hill street, ono door east of Reed's
Drug Store. ;lug. 28, '5l.
JAMES A. BROWN,
Dealer in Hardware, Cutlery, Palate, 01le, Ere., hunt
Dealer in Ready Mad, Clothing, hut, and Caps,
Bouts sad Shoes,
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, 'Hardware, Queens
ware. hats nod Caps, Boots and Shoes, .4e.
HENRY & CO., Wholesale and
Retail Dealers in Dry Cloods,.Groceries, Hardware,
Queensw are, and Provisions of all kinds, Huntingdon. ,
(1 LONG & CO., Dealers in Candies,
.Nuts, Family Groceries, &c., Huntingdon, Ps.
TT ENRY STItOUSE & CO., Markles
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Shoes, in the Diamond, t
j EOPOLD BLOOM, Huntingdon, Pa,
Doaler in Heady lilfolo Clothing. Hots, Caps, &c.
TOHN H: WESTBROOK, Dealer in
ej Booth, Shoes, Hosiery, Confectionery, Huntingdon.
IJ YENTER, Dbalcr in Groceries and
. Provisions of nil kinds, Huntingdon, pn.
lIION COIIN, Coffee Run, Dealer in
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kj Dealers in 13ooka and Stationery, Huntingdon, Pa
DONNELL & KLINE,
PHOTOGRAPHERS, Huntingdon, Pa
DR. Will. BREWSTER, Huntingdon
[Cures by Elictrepathy.]
AT GUTMAN k CO., Dealers in Ready
wade Clothing, lluntingaon, Pa.
HENRY lIPMANIGALL, Proprietor
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AP BRUMBAUGH, Agent for the
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PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS Eastward,
nu at 9 00 P. 31., and arrives at Huntingd,
I FAST - LINE Eastward leaves Altoona at 0 20
and arrives-nt Huntingdon at 4 40 A.M.
o PHILMELPHIA EXPRESS Westward, leaves
Ruud= at 7 10 A. M., and arrivesstt Altoona at
o FAST LINE Westward, leaves Huntingdon at
P. 31, and arrives at Altoona at 0 30 P. 01.
.READING RAIL ROAD,
NOVII3IIIEIt 27, 1825
r.III.IAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
VA North and North-West for rIIILADELPIIIA,
YORK. REAMINU, PurTSVILLE, LEBANON, ALLENTOWN, EASTON.
Trains leave Harrisburg for Now York, as follows At
3 00, 7,2s'and 9 05 A. M., atoll 45 and 9,00 P. N., arriving
at New York 5,40 and 10 00 A, 51., and 3 40 and 10 35 P. 51.
The above connect with similar on the Pennsyl
vania Railroad , and sleeping cars accompany the 3 OU and
9 05 a. m. trains, without change.
Leave for Leading, Pottsville, Tamaqua, ldinerSvillo,
Ashland, Pino Grove. Allentown nod Philadelphia at 7 25
A. N., and 145 and 0 P. AL, stopping at Lebanon and all
way stations; the 0 FM train making no close connection
for Pottsville nor ;Philadelphia. For Pottsville, Schuyl
kill Haven and Auburn, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna
„Railroad. leave Harrisburg at 4 P
- Returning, leave Naw-Yong at. 0 A. 51., 12 Noon, and 8
P. M. PLiladelphia at BA. 51-, and 330 P. Al; Pottsville
at 8 40 A. DI., and 2 55 I'. 51.; Ashland 6 00 and 11,45 a m,
Tamaqua at 7.35 A. Dl., and 1,40 P. N.
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Railroad at 6,45 a to.
An Accommodation Passenger Train loaves READING at
6.80 A. 81., and returns front PmcsnutmitA nt 4,30 P.M.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 610 a
and 6 16 P. 11., for Ephrata, Lancaster, Columbia, &c.
On Sundays, leave New York at 8 P. M.; Philadelphia,
815 P. 81., Pottsvillo 6 00 A. M., Tamaqua. • 8 A. 81., Liar..
rbiturg 0 05 A. M., and Pawling at 100 a. m., for Mar
risburg. and 10,52 n to., for Now York. -
COMMUTATION, MILEAOE, SEASON, SCUOOL, and EXCURSION
TWEETS at reduced rates to and front all points. -
Baggage chocked through t 80 pounds Baggage allowed
Beading, Nov. 27, 1865
G. A. NIC,QT.T.9,
NTINGDON & BROAD TOP
d after Monday, November 13, 1865, Passenger
ill arrive and depart as follows: '
!WARD TRAINS. NORTIIWARD TRAINS.'
T 1 nue
ST 7 4 - .1 o'-',S
LE 4 1511.5 8 1011Inntingdon,.. ... : ... 1.19.11 39 AR 5 45
435 8 39161cConnellslown . 11 19 .6 24
4 43 5 381Pleastukt Grove 1111 5 16
500 801 Marldesburg, .jp 55 500
510 910 ColTeo Run, - .10 39 445
524 918 IlonglA Ready, 10 ni 436
530 9 l'O COTO, ' 10 19 424
540 934 Fisher's Summit I 10 15 420
AS & 55 L a . I ° , 9 ,,l.SitxtOrk, ..,.. .......... 11,3 10 00 I A I 4 , 2
10 2011tiddleslairg •I
10 2.51110p0we1l 3 33
15 44 Piper's Run, 3 09
11 18 Ilainilton, • 2 47
11,31 Bloody Run, 2 34
hall 35 310°05 Dallas, i
~ s fbs 2 3U
SHOUPS RUN BRANCH.
1 i 300
• etc 10 05 1 ,3ar5t0n,...
10 20f Coalmont,
10 95 Crawford,
An 10 35 Dudley,
I 'Broad Top Clt.Y, ' I
llnntingdon Nov. 13, 18G5. 01,11'1;11
, n. ,- z - i ., m1.5,. .
. , 4,1 , ...G -‘:>- • - ' - 2! . „
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, 5k.;t 5 ,g,..,, 3 -t d ,. --_, ~: ,- ,...... - 43-,:is . 1.
\ ''' c :';il.,:q! - -'ll 7 -'.' , " - - - It)!
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NSTABLE'S SALES, ATTACII'T EXECUTIONS.
ATTACHMENTS, • EXECUTIONS, „
SCHOOL ORDERS, . JUDGMENT NOTES,
LEASES FOR HOUSES, NATURALIZATION WKS,
COMMON BONDS, JUDGMENT BONDS,
WARRANTS, FEE BILLS,
NOTES, with a waiver of the $3OO Law.
JUDGMENT NOTES, with a waiver of the $lOO Law.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT, with Teachers.
MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, for Justices of the Peace
and Ministers of the Gospel.
COMPLAINT, WARRANT, and COMMITMENT, in date
of Assault and Battery, and Affray.
SCI ERE FACIAS, to recover amount or Judgment.
COLLECTORS' RECEIPTS, for State, County, School,
Borough and Township Taxes.
Printed on superior paper, and for sale at the Office of
tho 'HUNTINGDON GLOBE.
BLANKS, of every description, printed to order, neatly
at short no tice, and on good Paper.
SEGAR CASES, &c:, &c.,
A handsome assortment just received
. At LEWIS' Book Store.
]APER ! PAPER!! PAPER !!!
- • Tissue Paper,
Silk Paper for Flowers,
Int Cap Paper, .
Commercial Note Paper,
Ladies' alit Edged Letter and Note Paper,
Ladies' Plain and Fancy Note Paper,
White and Colored Card Paper, in Parke and Sheets,
For sale atIEWIS' Book, Stationery and Music Store.
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
A LARGE STOCK
Window Curtain Papers,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE
A arm and largo assortment always on
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORIi.
THE GREAT MEDICINE 1
NEntyre's INDIAN COMPOUND,
A NEW SUPPLY .11isp RECEIVED
4T LEWIS' BOOK STORAiik
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 50 CTS., and $l,OO
FOE, THE LADIES.. •
A auporior article of Noto Paper and Enrolopee,
euitablo for confidentigt corresponclunce, for Rae at
LEWIS' BOOK tt. STATIONERY STO4E.
r lit &CUR G MUSLIN,
DriAFTrsa AND DELARINO PAPER
il'hil2 and Colored Card Papal
For Fair. ot
LEW/L" 1300 K c 8 STAVOiVERY STORE.
1866. •',. -1866.
CLOT 111 NO
FALL AND WINTER: '
CV/P. CLOTHING STORE.,
For Oontlemen'e Clothing of the best material, and made
in the beet workmanlike manner, call at
tI. ROMAN'S ,
opposite ,ho Frankll6.llcante in Itlarkei Square, Muting.
linatingdon 'out 17,'05.1
NEW GOODS. •
D. P. CWIN
INFOIIMS THE PUBLIC
THAT HE HAS
SPLENDLI) STOCK of NEW MOODS
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE. •
D. P. GWIN,
oct. 17 '65.,
MOST RAND EVAPORATOR 1N THE WORLD!
"SORGO HIND-BOOK," FREE.
CANE SEED, by the lb or bushel, FOR SALE AT COST
Prineo & Co's New AUTOMATIC ORGANS: Tho grant
et triumph of the ego!
New style MELODEONS. with improvements.
Grover & Baker's FAMILY SEWING MACILINES.
Send for eirenlars, dc. Free.
A. B. BRUMBAUGH:
. Sole Agent,
It AYSIIS, Supt.
1866. THE 1866.
LARGEST AND BEST
Ever Brought to Huntingdon,
Is now ready, for inspection and sale,
Book, Stationery and Music Store.
NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES
Than the same article can be bought
in Philadelphia or _Pittsburg.
Consists of upwards of
One Hundred Different Styles
Wall & Ceiling Paper & Bordering,
The Parlor, Sitting lb:s°m, Dining.
Room, Bed Room, Hall,
Store, Shop, &c., &c.
Call at the "Globe" Building;
and examine our stock and prices.
B LANK BOOKS, • •
OP VAROVS 917.F.5, Fnr wale at . .
LEW ' EOOK AND STA TIOyERY STO
Jamo4Zreek,lluntingdon co., Pa
t, ,1,5 •
•-dN , 16
eft °.?Vii.t) gt
SAIA LT. PROFITS
Anybody in want of
FAMILY AND LOO[ %p DIBLBS,
LIYMN AND PDAYER.DOOICB
ALBUMS AND ANNUALS
• . .
ANT 07E111 VALUABLE AND YETEEEETiIAGI BOO;
CRUNCH MUSIC AND INSTRUCTION 80044
SHEET 1.117310 for the Plum Guitar &o ,
POCKY:: BOONS, PORTMONNA . ILI AND Maga,
Foy. Ladies and, Gentlomcin,
GOLD 1U NS AND PENOILIL :
AWARD . CARDS':AND. BOOKS,
For Sunday and Common Sahools,
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS OF ALL KINDS.
TOY BOOKS, ALPHABET' iiiodErS, .40.;
ALL KINDS OF BOOKS
Proper fortoye slid Girls
For Young Eolke
WEDDING ENVELOPES ANO EARDS,,
CIISCKE t ti BOARDS, pOMINOES, AO,
SONG 110.011 S,
From G to 75 cents
Memoirdatnipooks of Yario'us
SCHOOL BOORS OF ALL KINDS,
DIARIES FOP. 1860,
Drawing and Blotting .2"nper, Brutal and Cord Boari~,
WHITE BONNET BOARD,
INDBLIBLr, CAr.3ILNI; Res, BLus AND 111.01 MILS,
Arnold'e. Hodgeon'a and llarriaorea
Wrapping Pallor of Drfforenk Sized and Qu,;litlie,
&e. &c. 40. *c. 10. 44c. 60
1311013LD, CALL AT
CHEAP BOOK, STATIpI...,IF . 311/BIGT STODB,
In the "Globe" building, Market 'Square;
where all who want to '
go to make their
MaC 313 CD) CYEK.W•
FOR• SALE ..4T LEWIS" BOOK STORE.
HOWE'S SONGS OF IRELAND, containing :about 175 of
the Oems of Hibernia's Songs and Ballads, including
50 of Moore's Irish, Melodies, Songs of the ntreetionsi‘
Sentimental, Patriotic, Historical. Military,PoliticaP,
Comic and 5 1 1seellaneousSongs," arranged for the
Pianoforte or Melodeon. Price $3.00
• - •
HOWE'S SONGS O 1 SCOTLAND, containing nbont 175
of the Corns of Caledonia's Songs and . Ballade, inclu
ding Songs of the affections, Sentimental, Patriotic,
Historical, Military, Political, Comic and Miscellane
ous Songs, arranged for the Pianoforte or Melodeon.
' Prico $3.00.
HOWE'S SONGS AND BALLADS OF TILE Ount,
TIME, containing the Original Werth and Music,
-of the Songs and Dallaila;sung bj. the Grandonoth.
ore of the prcacat generation. Arrauged for your,
HOWE'S TRIOS : Quadrilles Contra and Fancy Daniel%
with Calls and Figures; Waltzes, Polkats Opera.llelo.
es, Scotch and Irish airs, etc., &a., for the 'Violin,
Flute, Cornet, Baas Viol, &c.
TIIE YOUNG 3IEN'S SINGING 1300 K; a colteotion *tif
Music for male Voices, consisting of Glees and Part
Songs, Choir and congregittiorial Tunes, Whams,
lIINGLEY'S JIIVENTIA CHOIR :—A selection or the
Choicest Melodies from the Germal4.Froisch,
Mu; English and American Composers.
TRUMPET OF FREEDOM AND THZ,BUGLE CALLS;two
books suitable to thb times. ' ,
TILE EOSTON GLEE BOOK, consisting of an 'extensive
collection of Glees, Madrigals, and Rounds, selected
from tho works of the Moat admired Composerk to
gether many new pieces from the German.
INSTRUCTION BOOKS, FOR TUE PIANO, 3relotleon,
Accordeon, Burp, Guitar, CoucertMa, Drum,
Fifa and Flageolet.
Iluntlngdor4 Jan. 24,4845-tf.
AT LEWIS' BOOK, BTATIOKERY & 311%31,Q KTOKK),
&WOOD'S Speller. let, 2d,.3d, 4th and Stb Readers ;
'IIVGUFFItY'S Speller and Readers.
SANDER'S do do . de • •
Town's Speller and Definer, (old and new ediiions.),'' •
Smith's, Bullion's and Brown's Grammars. !,•
Pitch's Physical GeOgraphy.
Warren's Physical Geography. : • , : '
Mitchell's, Monteith and McNally's Geographies A Mime.,
Camp's Geography, mith Key toßlitchell's Outlinelfapm .
Webster's and Worcesfet'sDktionaries. '
Quackenbos' First Lessons in' Composition.
Quackenbo's Composition and. Rhetoric..
Greenleaf's, Stoddard's and Brooks' Arithmetic..
Peterson's Familiar Science. • . -
Greenleaf's and Stoddard's Keys to Arithmetic+
Greenleaf's and Davies' Algebras.- •
Greenleaf'. Key to-Algebra. • .
Parker's Juvenile Philosoplg.
Itirker's First Lessons in Natupd
Parker's Philosophy. 7
Willard's ilietory of the Putted Staters. -
CI eodrich's " ' " '
Payson, DtintOn a . nd fiCribner's Penmanship, in *p.
Potter di Hammond's Penmanship to twelve mnhole.
Academical, Controllers' and other Copy Books.
Davies' Elementary Geometry and Trionerstetry.:
Davies' Legendre's Geometry. . •
Fulton & Eastman's 2ook-Itesplng.
Book Keeping by Single Entry, by Hanaford A Payson •
Book Keeping by Single and Doable Entry, by Hanford
1 Other books will be added and fnrnished to order.
A frill stock of School . Stationery always catitand. , •
• 4-T L.4}yo , BOOK STORE.
A beautiful assortment of PHOTO
‘SIRAPB. ALBUMS just received and
AT LEWIS BOOS
Alf ONTH.LY TINE - UOOKS,
For sale at
DEIT7S':BOOK AND .. .STA:7'IO.YMa' SPICE.
AATOC.L; ,BLANKETS , • 00VER-
V lets, lugrane, meg and Hemp Carpets. Rugs, OH
and 'Alloor Cloths, ae • B. HENRY Fe CO.
. , ,
BRASS' AND COPPER' tal l
. ~ .
in e;cellange for goods nt tlia linniwnm
Sept. 3, iB6i. . J.". 8. A. lIRCIII.