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Ely 051 1)C.
Wednesday morning, Feb. 28, 1866.
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
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mail or otherwise. tf.
Meeting of the Union County Com-
'The Union County Cinurnittee of
Huntingdon County met at the Court
House on Tuesday last. A. H. Bau
man' Chairman, called the Committee
20 order, and on motion, Dr. S. Thomp•
son and S. T. Brown, Esq., were ap,
pointed Secretaries. There was a large
'attendance of the Committee, it being
very near full.
The first business before the Com
mittee was the selection of Senatorial
and Representative Conferees. Twelve
gentlemen were put in nomination,and
the first ballot resulted in the choice of
For Senatorial Conferees,..Tno. House•
holder, Dr. S. Thompson and Henry
For Representative Conferees, James
Entrekini H. G. Fisher and William
The following resolution was then
offered and adopted:
RESOLVED, That Hon. John Scott, of Hun
tingdon is the first, and Gen. J. W. Geary
the second choice of the Union party of Hun
tingdon county for Governor, and the Con
ferees (Senatorial and Representative,) which
have been elected by this Convention, as well
ns our Delegates to the State Convention nro
The following resolutions were then
offered mid also adopted :
WHEREAS, We believe that the principal
foundation of greatness of our highly favored
nation is its enterprise And industry, from the
adequate protection .of which the most suc
cessful results are achieved and the highest
prosperity attained, therefore
RESOLVED, That we accord our hearty co
operation in all proper measures to promote
the hest interests of the industrial class of our
country and the development of our unfath
RESDLVED, That it is the bounden duty of
the representatives of the people to secure the
American markets to American manufacto
ries and thus to American labor by such a
system of protection as shall most speedily
and effectually develope the great and inex
haustible resources of our nation.
• The following resolution was also
offered and after some discussion, was
RESOLVED, That the Chairman of this Com
mittee be and is hereby instructed to call a
Convention of Delegates from the election
districts in this county to meet in Convention
first week in April Court, to take into consid
eration and determine the question of the a
doption of the Crawford County system of
nominating candidates for office in future,and
that the Chairman publish in the county pa
pers with the call fur the Convention, the
manner of making nominations under the
The Convention then adjourned.
- [Not havingbeewfornished with the proceedings of the
Convention we give them from rettollectiun as near cor-
rect as we ean.—linitort.] .
,Seuatorial and Representative Confer-
The Representative Conference,
voinposed of the counties of Hunting
don, ,Thfilin and Juniata, met at Lewis
town on Thursday, and the Senatorial
Conference, composed of the counties
of Centro, Blair, Huntingdon, Mifflin,
Juniata and Perry, met at the same
place - on Friday last. D. Walker
Woods of Mifflin, and B. L. Iluyett of
Blair, were elected Senatorial, and Jno.
„T. Patterson of Juniata and D. S. Ra
fter of Huntingdon, were .elec.ted Rep
yesentative Delegates to the State
,Convention to be held at Harrisburg
on Wednesday next.
The following resolution of instruc
tion was unaniMouSly adopted by both
esol6 ed., That-the Delegates cleated
to day to the State Convention be in
structed to vote for the" Hon. Joins
SCOTT of kluntingd.on as our first choice
for Governor, and for Major General
J. W. Geary of Cumberland county as
our second choice.
[We have not room to give the ; full pro
ceedings of the Conferences, we give only
what is important.—Embed
Hardware, Cutlery, &c.
We take pleasure in calling the at
tention of our readers to the column of
Wharton & Maguire in the list of new
advertisements. This firm bas been
established almost a year, and their
extensive patronage and the desire to
increase the same, has induced them
to take advantage .o.£ the printer's ink,
to the tune of a column, knowing that
it worketh wonders, and will amply
repay them for the money invested.
, We commend a perusal of their adver
jisoment, as those in need will find
where to get what they want, and,per
haps, those who aro in need and don't
know it., will see something that will
greatly facilitate labor, or save.time
,and expense. They will furnish to or
der everything in their line, from a
needle to a Reaper and Mower combi
ned, and their prices arc such at-will
compare favorably with those of city
dealers. Their store is on- Railroad
Street, convenient to both depots.
Give them a call or send in your or
We learn that Mr. V. Crouse, for
• merly of this place, and now at Reno,
vo, met with a serious accident on the
Phila. & Erie Railroad on Friday last.
He was riding to Erie in a market car,
which was run into by a rear train.
The car was wrecked and caught fire
. from the stove, and Mr. Crouse was
bruised and burnt about the face and
SarSe' ard's speech crowds out this
week some matter which would have
keen very interesting to Rekirt:
It will Pay
We would recommend farmers and
others who intend to sell out their per
sonal property between this and the
first of April, to advertise their sales
in the "Globe," which reaches every lo
cality in the country. The more these
sales are advertised, the greater will
be the number of people collected, and
of course the result will be more bid
ders and higher prices. An extra bid
der from a distance who would see the
advertisement in the paper, would
most likely more than pay all printing
As sure as falling off a Log
If the Journal & American editors
know "what was up," they would im
mediately pitch into Gen. Geary and
oppose his nomination. They haven't
quite made the point they expected to
when they raised his name with hypo
critical professions of friendship. We
may open their eyes in a few days to a
"phunny fact." They will see it then
as Geary has along seen it. That trap
was well set, wasn't it, Robert ? Do
Perhaps it may as well be understood
note, publicly, that we ❑ever had,
and never expect to have, any tears to
shed through fear of any man. Is any
ono of the Journal f American clique
has doubts as to the truth of what wo
say, he can be convinced at -any time
in day-light most convenient to hint
self. Cowards always attack a man
behind his back, sometime with a dag- ,
ger or billy, but most generally with a
Our store and office books arc full of
small accounts against persons residing
in town. As we find time we will
make out bills and place them in the
hands of our town collector Wm. H.
King for collection, and hope he may
not be turned away with promises.
Those knowing themselves indebted
can save us trouble and expense by
calling at our store and squaring up.
AEr . .A. noisy party hailing from Pe
tersburg, this county, were lodged in
jail on Friday evening, fur getting
drunk and disturbing the public peace.
A. warning to others.
gm... John Brumbaugh died from the
effe,ets of the injuries received by the
collision near Mifflin. Willoughby is
Special attention of Merchants
and others is invited to Card, in this
issue of Howell & Bourke, Manufac
turers of Wall Paper, etc, etc.
The President's Veto Sustained.
In the Unitas]. States Senate, Tues.,
day, after a long debate, the Presi
dent's vete_was sustained, as will be
seen by the following proceedings :
The question being called for, the
the Chair announced that it was" Shall
the bill pass, the President's objections
notwithstanding," upon which the
yeas and nays were required by the
Constitution. The vote was as fol.
Y. - AS—Messrs. Anthony, Brown,
Chandler, Clark, Conness, Cragin,
Cresswell, Fesseuden, Foster, Grimes,
'Harris, Henderson, Howard, Howe,
Kirkwood, Lane of Indiana; Lane of
Kansas, Morrill, Nye, Poland, Porno.
roy, Ramsey, Sherman, Sprague, Sum
ner, Trumbull, Wade, Williams, Wil
son and Yates.
NAYS—Messrs. Buchalew, Cowan,
Davis, Dixon, Doolittle, Guthrie, Hen -
.chicks, Johnson, -McDougall, Morgan,
NesMith, Norton, Riddle, Saulsbury,
Stewart, Stockton, Van Winkle and
Abdent—Messrs. Foot and 11 , right.
• Mr. 'Poland, of Vermont, said his
colleague, Mr. Foot, was confined to
his bed with sickness, but if present
would have voted for the bill.
The Chair announced that the num
ber voting in the affirmative being
less than two thirds the bill had failed
Feb. 22d, by the Rcv. Jno. Ander
son, at the house of the bride's father,
Miss RACHEL STEWART, of Barree town
ship, Hunt. county, to Mr. Jno. DON
NELLY of Yellow Springs, Blair county.
In Williamsburg, MottNA CLARAISSA,
daughter of T. H. and S: ill. McCau—
ley, of brain fever, aged 3 years, 11
months and 13 days.
Sleep on, dear Moron, and (alto thy root,
God called thee home, ho thought it beet.
Perry county papers please copy.
PIIIILai DILL PHIA DIARKICTS.
Family Flom $00.50
Extra Flour ...... ................ ......................... ....M25
Superfine Flour . 07,25
llyo Flour $4,75
Corn Meal... 03.73
Extra White Wheat, •l-1,G0Cii2.25
. . .
Fair and Prime Red , n()
Corn, prime Yellor GO
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY 9, E. IiENRY & CO.
Family Floor T.Mbl $9,50
Extra Flour $8,50
Superfine Hour ...... .......
Corn 'Meal licwt.
Buckwheat Hour cwt
Red IV heat
Otte . .......
Dried Peaches . 4 1 lb
Butter.. . ...... .........
Beans El bug
Potatoes %1 bus
gar For neat JOB PRINTING, call at
the "GLOBE JOB f r ItINTItIG OFFICE," at Hun
e DIARIES for 1806, for sale at
Lewis' Book Storo.
flonnumn .RAILIIOAD AccroENT—A
MAN IN A FLAME o.ll` BURNING °U.—A
terrible accident occurred, on Wednes
day evening, near Latimer's Station,
on the Pennsylvania railroad, and
about twenty-one miles this side of
Pittsburg. We learn that a stock and
oil train coming cast was detained on
the track while some cars ofa forward
train wore bidng shifted. The front
part of the train was composed of
stock cars, .next were several open
trucks containing barrels of oil, and in
the rear of these was a "caboose" or
emigrant ear, in which were several
drovers, owners of tho livo stock.
While these men were seated around
a red'hot stove, a third train come
thundering eastward on the same
One of the men happened to see the
impending danger, and by almost
superhuman efforts succeeded in break
ing the fastenings of a side of a win
dow, and, with two or three others,
escaped from the car as it was struck
by the locomotive of the train No. 3
A terrible crash followed. In an in
stant the caboose wasa wreck; the cars
laden with oil were jammed ; barrels
bursted and the oil flew in all direr
lions. Unfortunately, one of the dro.
vers, Mr. Ed ward Al thause,of Reading,
had not escaped before the collision
took place, and ho was literally cover
ed with oil, and his clothing; thorough
ly saturated. The oil took fire from
the stove, and instantaniously the
poor man \ 'as covered by a sheet of
flame; in lid:i
. condition he managed to
leave the wreck, and as he walked on
the ground the fire blazed several feet
above his head, giving him the ap
peavance of a moving barrel of oil.
As soon as ho was discovered, a
number of persons conducted him to a
creek near by,(portions of his burning
clothes dropping from his body as he
moved,) and by immersing him in the
water, the fire was extinguished.
When taken from the stream Mr. Mt
hawse was entirely naked, and his
body found to -be burned in a most
shocking manner. Singular as it may
seem, Mr. A. was still alive when last
heard from. He was taken to a hotel
near where the accident occurred, and
properly eared for.
The man who leaped from the car
window just as the collision occurred
fell down an embankment a distance
of some twenty feet, and sustained
severe yet not fatal injuries.- Two or
three of these men reached this city
yesterday afternoon with their stock.
One named Emory, of Lancaster, was
rendered unable to attend to' business,
and was sent home.
P. S.—Since the above was put in
type we learn that Mr. Althanse is
dead. His remains will be taken to
Reading for interment. He was an Un
married man :—.Efarrisburg Telegraph.
E XECUTO.RS' NOTICE.--
Estate of IVillirm Dean deed.]
Lettere fed:tuned:try, on the estate of William Dean,
late of //vowel' twin., co., deed.. having,
been granted to tine onderAigood, nil poro ooo iodated
to the e&tate are requested to malt° immediate payment,
and time° having claims, to present them duly authenti
cated for settlefoorrt,
[Estate of David D. Eshelman, deed.]
Thu undersigned auditor appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Huntingdon comity to distribme the
In tho hands or John B. (Inver, administrator of Davb
D. Eshelman, late of Shirley township. deceased, will at
eligtl of O. oti F ' tll i t'kletiYo
MARCH, next, at 10 o'clock, a. m., when and where all
persons interested are requited to be present or be debar-
red from coining for any part of said nand. •
The undersigned Auditor appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Ituntingdon county, to distrilone the fund re
maining In the hands of George W. Johnston, Eau., who
was appointed Trustee by the alibi court to sell the real
estate of John White, late of the blrough of Huntingdon,
deceased. said fund being the dish ibotive share of.lehn
White, one of the sons of said deceased, against whom
there are judgments and attachments—hereby gives no.
tiro that he will attend at WI office in Huntingdon, en
SATURDAY. the 10th day of MARCH, neat, at l o'clock
I'. M ~ for the purpose of rushing said distribution, when
and where all p.-rsons having claims amtinst :dd fund ate
required to prisent Ow sumo, or itedeCarred from coining
in for any share thereof. I'llEO. 11. CREMEII,
undersigocd parchasod at pub
-vac sale at 0163Viiie, on the 31st January last, the fol
lowing property sold as the property of George height:
One gray maro, one bay mare, two sets of gears, two
hack wogons, one two borne wagon, ono cooking stove nod
pipe, and one cow.
Now this is to notify all persons that I have left the
above named property w,llll George height for rale keep
ing and the same is nut to be romaed front his poasession
without my COl)Sept. fet3-3 B. F. BAEHR--
A DMINISTRATORS' NOTICE.
[Estate of William G. Harper, dee'd.]
Letters of administration upon the estate of William
G. Ifarper, Into of Dublin hell., deceased, haring been
granted to the undersigned, All .persons indebted to the
rotate will make payment, and those having claims will
present them for settlement.
MAC) it.S. W i n to
ON Friday, 19th inst., at Mt. Union,
V./ or on the car., between that point and Huntingdon,
CHECK of V. Ihunmell, Jr., on n Bank in Ihtrrislntrg,
drawn to our order and unendersld wham lost, for Ono
hundred and seventy dollars nuileigh teen cents ($l7O IS.)
All persons are cautioned against negotiating the above,
payment of which lies been stopped. Any one finding will
please return to our address.
WAINWRIGHT A CO.,
N.B. Corner Second and Arch Ott..
Jan. 31, I SM.. Philadelphia.
kJ By virtu° of o writ of 11. fa. to me directed I will
,expose to public solo or outcry on tho premises,
On Tuesday, 6th of March, 1866,
The right, title and interest of Andrew Deere, In the fel
,lowinc named property:
A LOT OF GROUND
in FRANKLIN township, bOnndol on the north by lands
of Wm. Curry, on the east by lauds of James Oliver. and
on the anntlrand west by lands of Martha [Mug and Joe.
Oliver, having a dwelling ho u se and barn thereon erected
Seized, taken in execution and to t o , sad tby
fel3 J. F. 13ATIJUISST,
TWO TRACTS OF LAND
C ird— .1 2 1- m.
The subscriber will offer at public sale on the premises
at 2 o'clock, p. in.'
On Friday 9th day of March next,
Two tracts of land in JUNIATA township, Huntingdon
con nty, adjoining the farm on which he now resides, viz:
No.l —A tract of amid two hundred and sixty 'acres,
all thither, resisting of it best white oat, rock sok,
pophtr, chestnut and hickory thero is in this section of
the conntry. Tide tract is valuable fur saw timber, bark,
ties. Cooper stuff, Sc.
No. 2.—A tract of land containing about one hundred
flues. On this tract there are about thirty aell” cleared,
and the balance well timbered. The improvennin to arc a
log house and log barn, and a good apple orchard. A
considerable p,rtion of this land not improved is of the
best red shale in the country. Tito tracts are easily to
be gob of as a township road runs through butt,.
Any person wishing ihrthor information, or to examine
the properties, will call on the subscriber.
Tortes 1111.1 e known on day of sale.
Febl.33 A. 13, Sill 3NI3FELT.
-Ean, good Dwelling Wane and part o f „ t o t o r , wr,s,r
ington street. Possession given on the Ist of April
For further information inquire at Letvie' Book and
Mule Store. fcb7
$6,0 0) 5,0?
GROUND RENTS on several lots
in Smithfield, Walker townehip, will hi suid If
application la mado Boon. Apply to trio .I.mbriber.
Fob. 5, , W3I.•I,LIVIS', Agent.
A . LOT OF GROUND
A LOT OF GROUND fronting on Ridge roug. 60 feet,
and running back to .Stone creek, adjoining lota of Mich.
uel Thompson. • •
• Apply ut the tALO/34 lace.
.s-~..+ -~•+r3n4hlr?M!4'y`! ..t.i-..., j a.~.._ ~4-,~.ee..-+~M~4,
BROUGHER'S PATENT EXCELSIOR
BROOM HEAD OR WRAPPER,
P.l TENTED DECENJER 2 , , MO,
Everybody his own Broom Maker
Tlita bead or
Wrapper is eon.
strected of Tin or
Zinc. with sliding
band and bolts,
in Coll C t 1011
with the centre
bolt wishing 01 I,'
the handle, hold
ing it secure.
The article to
which we call -
your attention ii ••
very simple,light it
song It i n g but
SEVEN OUNCE,. ° ost j
The farming •
community have •ill
long needed nu ••
article of , this • „// i i
character; and '1 .
the high p: ice 0'
with the simplic
ity, durability, nod practical utility of this invention,
nialies It more hateable 111011 any other art tele ever intro
4 ,- irr - Wo off, boroagli, town4Lip, and n m illy r i g ht r or
sale on reasonable tort., in the county of Huntingdon.
For further partienlarg, roll and sea t h e subscribers, or
address TllO5. id. STRIC chElr & SON;
feI7,ISOG Huntingdon, Pa.
TUE ::.3nbsci:ibers, thankful for the
.t liberal share of patronvo thvy. have heretofore re•
ceived by strict at ti.ntien to business,
4 ' ' 44 '5 7 1 ' : ‘ ,1., 0 iTin:; ' ,. t il ' :.::l i ' a t. il i
t i t a c o; i v iL t i l rfrie=
F." ..,,t 5..el
' • awl everybody elso, that they are prepared
!., "7 to make all kinds of IRON and BRASS
CAS'I7ISII6 made in a tat clos., Foundry..
We have always on 1.50:1 all kinds of Plough and Stove
Castings. also wash Nettles, cellar-window Orates, coal
hole•cnstiugs f•n• pavanents, WillliOW weights of all sizes
and weights, pipe joints. sled and sleigh soles, wagon
boxes, machine castings for steam nail water, grist, saw,
sumac and plaster mills of nll desctlptions.
We are prnpat . ell to furnish !lento. and Iron Fences of.
tho too t improved style, oven doors and frames, door this
and in fact everything outdo in this line.
We hnv,• a very large stock of patterns and can furnish
castings at short notice. and cheaper than they can be had
in the county, Having a good drill too pre prepared to
do drilling and fitting op of till kinds.
frasiliglic,t hiothet price paid for oil metal, brass,
line, kall:the. .1. M. CUNNINGHAM & SON.
Office on Railroad strect,one door west of the Exchange
Hotel, Huntingdon, Pa. dee27,65
WEST HUNTINGDON FOUNDRY,
Near Eichorn' Mill, Huntingdon, Pa.
THE undersigned would take this
I method to inform the public that his
New Ponn.lry is now In blast, and he in 't
Sreparlid to re,ive nod fill orders for all
binds of CASTINGS, PLOWS, THRESH
LNG MACHINES, &c., Trz,•
Being a practical mechanic at tile business, of twenty
th ree years exper.ence, and having• a desire to please, he
lows to merit and receive a share of public patronage.
Fled and esleigit fetes, and other castings, kept on hand.
11, - NOld metal, brats and copper taken in exchange for
work. .1A NES 0.31 P SON.
Aogredia ice. 13,11.. Eat
THE undersigned having purchased
1, the above property would take this method to inform
the public that he la prepared to receive :Xtire for
ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS,
PLO' S', THRASHING MACHINES, kg., Sc.; and also
will make out repair all kinds of Thrashing Machinca,
Sled awl sleigh soles on,' other castings kept on hood.
Old metal, tita n s nod Copper, taken in exchange for
work. J. M. PIPER. •
Y.ll. 11011'1,ING, Esreutor.
_4 4 M. QRBERB & O. BEAVER
Having enter“l intii . parlaerslitn, Infuffirtlia - pblielria
they are prepared to execute all styles of
Plain and ornamental Marble WOrl
I. M. LYTLE,
Snell as MONUMENTS. If EA DS TONES, also Building
Work, as Or low prices as any shop in the county.
Orders from a ilimance promptly attended to.
Shop on MIFFLIN Sr. roe 5, 3 few doJra east of this Lu
theran church fad 1,18661 y
- DounizETTE, 52.0 per ton, taken
Irani the factory those, or 50 cents per bushel, and
26 per ton in Istns ' delivered at, steamboat and railroad
dipole., in Philadelphia.
Manufactory—bray's Ferry Toad above tho arsenal,
Wpot—neysson's farm, tileocester. N. :torsos,
Woodbury road. Oilier-L-Library strut, No. 42), bark of
the new post Wilco, Philivra. Dealers—
fo2l-31n 411, streots, Philad'a,
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,
Will do room and botter . work at a
given cost, flout auy other! Try it! Man u factured only by
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
31"1,0L,sale Drug, Paint and olnsa Dea!eri,
jair2lrly No. 137 North TIIIRDst., PULA-DA,
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE
IVNY per on in want, of ono of the
nbove nrtkles Should call ou Mias DIANAII L, BA
RER, Agent for the Machine.
Ilmilingdon, &pt. 27-tiui
J. E. HARPER,
TRA.Y 110 G.
Caine to tiie prvillises at the subscriber in lienilerson
township, on Or about the Vith of December a white boar
pig with a flit in.the right Call:
r°ooltOli 1.0 come forward, promo prop
arty, pay eharp;c6,;ana lake It away ; otherwise it will be
di:gamed of according to lat,
ft:L . 21430 • JAMES SLOAN.
For ilentlemen's Cl.thingof lit best material, and made
in his best workmanlike wnuerr, call at
Ti. ROMAN'S, •
opposite me Franklin House in Markt t Square, Unsling.
net 17, '65.
pURE LIBERTY warn; LEAD,
Preferred by all pr ;warn! Painterel Try it! and
you will Imvo to other. Manufaanred only by
STILL IN BLAST.
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" E D CYT-7-1,9 =ER
" (Sixteen Years Fair Trial!) .
A. PEYSSOI , T, PHILADELPHIA..
C I, oT 111 N 0
FALL AND WINTER,
CHL'AP CLOTHING STORE
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug,P33nt & GI iss Dealers,
iVo. 137 Nth. lhii•cl st., Philada.
ATADE UP GLOTIIDTG, BOOTS &;
Queensmire, Ci end NVillow \Vero, larg
est block in the country, at 0. E. HENRY & CO.
(490 A MONTlE—Agents wanted
I', ix entirely IICIV articles, just out. Ad
dress O. ,T. GABBY, City Building, Biddeford, Maine.
THDIBLE SKEINS AND PIPE
1 BOXES for wagons of alt biZCS, for sato at the hard
ware store of LfeI.I,I9GSI JAS. A. BROWN.
GO TO S. E. HENRY & CO'S foi
goo d oat, Tweeds, KOIItUC
ky Jeans, 'Velvet Cord, &c.
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furs,
For sale cheap at tho Clothing 6.t0r0 of
oc2l LEOPOLD BLOOM.
COUNTRY DEALERS -oan
• i lifi( ( i l i f1 1 111 1 11(1 ,m cn i ln , 1 Inc in Huntingdon
Moo, no I novo n'itholeorlo etoroltNa n ate li i n iiiii r r in
INK, INK, INK -I
To Merchants and Business Men,
TUE undersigned having recently
I Men appointed agon, for the New York National.
Ink Company, hereby gives notice to mini:bents, busi
ness men, and to consumers of all Clai43 that he is pre.
parent to supply the market with an article of Ink which
in addition to being the best in use, is emphatically the
cheapest ever offered for sale tin this country.
It neither corrodes the pen, nor moulds the inkstand,,
is of is rich tannish tint, flows freely, aunt Is perfectly indel
ible, giving it advantages not possessed by any other Ink,
whether of foreign or domestic manufacture. This Ink
contains no sediment and will not therefore, thicken as
most inks do, the last drop being as thin and clear us the
All orders whether wholesale or retail, will be
promptly filled, at lower rates than ns good an article Can
he purchased in the cities or elsewhere. Persons who
entertain doubts as to the superior quality and cheapness
of this Ink are respectiluly entreated to give It a trial
&din 11. Clark, sob-agent. will canvass the county for the
purpose of introducing this Ink. -
MUCH COIIN, Agent,
Corr, Run P. 0., Huntingdon county Penna.
• PRINCIPAL BRADICII OPTICE
NATIONAL INK COMPANY, oP NEW YORE.
Mr. SIMON COMIN, I'. M., having been appointed sales•
man and gene - rat agent, is the representati cc of the above
company for the county of Huntingdon, State of POllll.,
nn per contract, all portico therefore, whether having
dealt with us previously or otherwise, will please avail
themselves oftho advantages of deulhig directly with the
representative of our house here; they will find it to
their pecuniary interest to do en.
HI,. VAN ALLEN, Actuary.
The above Ink is for sato at LelVie and all the principal
stored In the county.
HARDWARE, MUM, 81c.
AND lOR SALE 13-Y
JAS. A. ROM%
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK
Lluntingdon, act 17.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
25 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN
AT COFFEE RUN STATION,
Would respectfully call the attention of Ins old patrons
specially, and tho public to general, to his extensive
stock of well selected now Goods, Jest reedy.] from the
liasteru cities, consisting, in part, of
Hats and Caps, Boots and
Shoes, Bonnets, Shawls, Circu
lars, Hardware, Queensware, Gro
ceries, Wood and Willow-ware, Tobacco,
&gars,Nails, Glass, Provisions,
Oil, Fish,. Salt, Tinware, Cop
per Ware, Drugs and
and all other articles Lept in a Seat class try store;
ell selected with the greatest care and which wore pur
chased for cash only, and affords him to sell them at a
very low figure. The pubic will find it to their advan
tage to .11 and examine our unsmpassed stock, before
purchasing elsewhere. No pains will ho spared in show
ing our Goods. Ladies are specially invited to examine
our largo sWok of fashionable dress goods; Shswls, Cir.
caters, FurS, and a great variety of Woolen Goods, Hosie
ry, Sr. Also, a handsanle :mart went of LAWNS' COATS
All kinds of produce taken in axehange at tho highest
market prices—Cash not refused. By strict attention to
the wants at customers, We Lope to receive a continuation
Nosy Goods received daily.
act IS MS. EYNON CORN.
CHEAP GROCERY STORE,
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON, PA
r HE undersigned offers for the in
spection and purchase of customers Marge and as.
sorted stock of Groceries, Provisi.ms, &c. Ito fi,els satis•
lied they can be accontodated with anything in his lino.
llis prices are lose, and We stock fresh and good. Ile
keeps lice hest of
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES, .
MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR,
FISH, CHEESE, FLOUR RICE,
And NOTIONS of every kind
A selact stock of DRY GOODS, together with QUEENS
WAIIII, and all other articles kept in a well regulated
c.rtabl idillllollt for sole of rensonnblo prices.
.471 - - Ws store is on Ilia street, wally opposite the
Bank, and in the room formerly ocenpied by D. Grove.
Cull and examine. Z. YENTEIII.
Ilunting - don, Oct 17, ISCS.
GREAT ENTHUSIASM !
HIGII PRICES SUEI2ENHEII ! !
THE PEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
JOHN 11. WESTBROOK a
Respectfully informs the citizens of Ifuntingdon um!
vicinity that lie Intsjudt received from the city a NEW and
splemtkl stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, (ix., thc., &c.
all of which he is prepared toEoll at reduced rims
A lot of ehoioo CON ISEUTIONEItIES have also been re
Don't forget the old Aland in the Diamond. Old custo.
niers and the public generally are invited to call.
Huntingdon, apri 12, 1105.
N EW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
'lnforms dm public that lio Los just
opciaid at his old fitUllit in thu Diamond.
it um lagdon,
A Fine Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
All of which lie will s2ll at fair prices. Quid; sales and
moltprqfits. Call :101l examine toy stock,
Alatillfact ming and Repairing mum to order as usual.
11 not ingdon, Oct- 10,
New Furniture Establishment.
• J. M. WISE ,
Manufacturer and Dealer in Furniture,
Respectfully invites the attention of the Public to his
stand on Hill st., Huntingdon, in the rear of George IV
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry store, where he manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per.
sons Witllllllg, to purchase, will do well to give him a call.
Repaid)) gnfull kinds attended to promptly and charges
.o:4 Also, Undertaking carried on, and Collins made In
any style desired, at short notice.
;OP. Funerals attended at any place in fetus nr cons
)}.by J. NI. WISP,
Huntingdon, Scpt.2.l, IS62—tf •
A GOB PHOTOGRAPH LIKENESS,
DONNELL & KLINE'S
On Hill Street, two doors west of
Lewis' Boot• Store.
CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS.
Huntingdon, Oct 4, '65-tf.
1J Spear's famous "anti-dust" Cook, Wellington Cook,
Continental Cook, end a splendid variety of gas burner,
nod other Heating Stoves, for coal or wood, just re
ceived, and fur sale at the Hardware Store of
JAMES A. 1311 OWN•
Huntingdon, Oct. 13,
en Ware, Notions,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, &e
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
HENRY - STROUSE & CO.
Veapectinlly inform the public generally that they
have Just received a large and splendid stock of goods at
their store In 31AltRbESBUll0 ; a m=isting in part o f
HATS & CAPS, . •
BOOTS & SHOES,
WOOD and NHL.
LOW WARE, •
. • -
• .NAILS, - •
• GLASS, • • •
SALT, &c., &c.
AIso—BONNETS , and TIN WARE;
And in fact everything usnally.kept in a first class cowl.
.try store, which were bought low for cash anal will be
sold at cormpondlngly low prices for cash, or country
produce. and ri-quest the public to giro us_ a call before
purchasing elsewhere, feeling satisfied we ran offer sups
uot. inducements to cash buyers.
\VD respectfailly solicit the patronage of all, rind coped:
ally our Trough Creek Volley friends. • -
Everything taken in exchange for goods except promi
gannsh paid fur all kinds •of grain, for which tho
highest market prices trill ho given.
HENRY STROUSE dc CO.
I\fatklesb”rg, Oct. 24,1805. .
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
If you want Cheap Goods,
GO TO R. M. CUNNI N GHAM & CO'S
If you want Good Goods,
GO TO R. M. CUNNINGHAM & CO'S
If you want Fashionable Goods,
GO TO It. M. CUNNINGHAM & CO'S
If you want to see the
GREATEST VARIETY and
BEST SELECTION OF GOODS
BYER BROUGHT TO 'HUNTINGDON,
Consisting of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, CASSIMERES
of city and country manufacturo, Brochet and Blanket
SHAWLS, SONTAG'S and Breakfast SHAWLS, PRINTS
and MUSLINS of every variety, flats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
Groceries and Confectioneries. and in a word,, everything
that eye bath seen or heart could wish,
GO TO It. M. CUNNINGHAM & CO'S
W.HOLE§ALEth RETAIL STORB
Corner of Railroad and Montgomery ate,
Iluntingdon,Nov. 8, 1865
AT LOW PBIGES.
IIAS JUST OPENED A FINE STOCK OF NEW
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which he offers to all who want to he
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
Uis Stock consists of Ready-made Clothing for
MEN AND BOYS,
HOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, AC., AC..
Should gentleman desire any particular kind or cut
clothing not found in the stock on hand, by leaving their
measure they cnn be accommodated et short notice.
Call at the east corner of the Diathond, ober Long',
MANUAL . GUTMAN.
Rewaril the Soldiers!
Another Opportunity is offered the many
Friends of the Soldiers to Reward
those Who Faced the Music
of the tnerey. '
J. B. SHONTZ & BRO.
1) ESPECTFULLY inform their nume
1., rolls friends of klarklesbarg and surrounding coma•
try, that they have received a large end stilendid stock of
READY .lA.DE CLOTHING,
HATS and CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
GENT'MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
and alarge stock of JEWELRY, &e.
The poLlie, witliont regard to politics, religion, sect or
color, will find ear store the place to buy Just what they
want, and at prices to suit the times.
Don't fail to give us a call, as We are determined to
Marklesburg, Iluntingdon co., Nov. 1, '65,
' , LAM kw./
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
SIMPSON,. ARMITAGE & CO.
ETAVING IPURCHASED the on
tire stock of tl - m. Colon. we now offer to the public
nt reasonablo prices our immense, stock of
AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
STATIONERY, POCKET 1300 RS, POIITMONAIS,
Also, Talent Styles of
WALL PAPER & WINDOWEIHADES,
11110AZINES, and Daily and Weekly Papers constant•
ly on hand.
tra_Orders front abroad promptly attended to.
CALL AT BROAD TOP CORNER.
NEW STORE, AND NEW GOODS,'
CHEAPEST CLOTHING in Town
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A LARGE ASSORTMENT. OP NEW STYLES OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Which he of•rs to the public
AT THE CHEAPEST RATES..
im stools consists of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, Ac: Ac.
Ws store to nt the
Ohn BROAD TOP CORNER, HUNTINGDON, PA.,
Where he will he pl cooed to receive and accommodate all
emstomers, LEOPOLD BLOOM.
Huntingdon, Oct. 10,1365.
M'MANIG AL'S LIVERY STABLE,
Between the Baptist and'Catholic Churches,
HUNTINGDON ; PA,
, r.ll E PUBLIC 'GENERALLY arc
k informed that The subscriber is prepared at WO New
LI VERY STABLE, to accommodate all.witit
HORSES, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES
at reasonable rates, on short notice.
Huntingdon, March 8,1855-Iy.
OF ALL KINDS,
THF,LA4GEST STOCK AND ,VARIETY
EWER BROUGHT TO HUNTINGDON,
Ladies, call and examino at. S. B. HENRY & CO
JAMES If. ELDREDGE. cr.q. E!LDREDGE
RLDREDGE• & filth
Publishers, Stationers. - 800. selletoi
.No. 17 and 19 Sonik - sixth.
(Abel:a U3estnitt,) ' PHILADELPHIA.
P ariie,dlar.nttedtionliaid to the country trade.'
Alwaye on WWI a large intpply Lode; Cnp, Hole
Bill, and Wrapping Paper; Envelopes; SClioot and Mis
cellaneous Books ; Poop, 11)4, Slates, 'HucHage, Ph ot o-,
graph Albums, Paper Bags, Ac., "'
'Liberal terms to cash ckstomers; ang2B/854,E
8.1 9 500 rg n en 4 e . ! r r -E yNClie. -11 ro . to sell our !menu:
VED $:241 Sewing Machines. Three now lcinds. Under and .
upper feed. Warranted Ova years. Above salary or large,
Tlie'butt nine - bides hold in the United
States for tens than $4O, whicharefaki, ,ee?med Home. lV/lister rt. TWistsi, Grocer' 4 -.l.laker, iStrgir 'it Co.; And.
Bachelder. All other chaap machines are infringement's!
and the seller or user are liable to'arreal, fine and impris
onment. Circulars free. Address, or call upon Shaw,
Clark, Biddeford, Maine. -
JOSEPII L. POU.LTON; •
Strawberry Alley, near Third :Street, :
Respectfully infoims the ptibllc that
ho line opened for thcir . use his now and elegantly fittixl;
up Billiard Room. It contains
Faint NEZV TABLES OF SUARP'S MANUFAOFORR,
superide loony now in the city. -
mid Billiard Room challenges comparison . , ssity .
coons in Ilia State, west of
DOB - BINS!
SAVES MONTY, • *
SAVES SOAP, •
AND SAVES WOMEINi,
It's the Soap for Every Fatelly;
Sold by Grocers and Storekeepers throughput eityapil;
country. Manufactured only by
- J. B. DOBBINS & CO.,
101 South Fifth street, below'clieenut,,
D'EPINE UIL & r gi.VAN - S . ,
Civil Engineers and Patent Solicitors,,
No. .135 Walnut St., Philada
Patents solicited Consultations on Engineering,
Dramb Ong and. Sketches, Models and Machinery of all;
kinds made and skillfully attended to. Special attention .
given to REJECTED CASES and INTERFERENCES.—;,‘
Authentic copies of all Documents from Patent Office
N. B.—Save yourselves useless trouble and traveling.
expenses, as there is no actual need for I.ersonal inter
view with no. All bIIBiIICFB with these Offices; can; be
transacted in writing. For further information direct m
above with stamp enclosed, for Circular with reforences.
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORI4ANS,,
Are not only .unexcelled, but thisy lie absolutely Wu:,
quoUed by any other Rued Instrument In Use country.-- 1
Designed expressly for Churches and schools, they sr!
found to bo equally well adapted to the parlor and draw. ,
ing room. . .
For sale only by" B. 11. BRUCE,
No. 18 North SEYENTI - 1 street, Mind&lphld.
IYB- Also, BRADBURY'S PIANOS, and 'a [cortspldto
sortment of the PBRYECT MBLOAEO,N. - •
PAINT AND COLOR WORKS,.
Liberty White Lead ! •
• Liberty White. Lead !
TRY IT ! TRY IT !
Warranted to coyer more surface, for same weight,
than nny•tither. • Any the beet, it is the cheapest:.
TRY' IT 1- TRTIT I
Liberty Lead coven better than any'otticr.'
Liberty Lead wean longer than any other. ,
Liberty Lead-le more economical than any other.
Liberty Lead is more free from impurities and le • -
Warranted to do more and better work,
at a given cost, than any ether.
Buy the Best, Itis the Cheapest.
Manufactured sad warranted by
ZIEGLER & SMITE:, •
Wholesale Drug, Paint & Glass Dealers,
13-7 North Third Sfreet, _Philad:
te .1 . •
I I I PI 4.
ESTABLISHED. IN 184 Ct
Incorporated by the Legiedature of thq
State cf Penneyltranq.
Located on the NI W. Corner of 7th atm
(701) Chestnut sts. • ' (701)
Designed exclusively to import a thorough and
.PRACTICAL BUSINESS EDUCATIOIci%
All classes of persons require such an education. Moss
possessing means, need it in .conducting theiroatitibnpinest
Those without means need it in obtaining and creditably:
filling lucrative positions in the emptoxid ethers.
The course of instruction And practtedis prianged so 11.1
to fully meet the diversitled wnntf of every department of,
DOMESTIO AND FOREIGN TRADE
as comprehended or embraced under the three"generid di
visions of industry: Agriculture 'bitinufacto re aid Ulm
Each student is instrnoted indiYidttally hr both theory
and practice of Not, Keeping, according to - the moat ap-•
proved npd labor saving methods, Bitsineea Penmanship,
Calculations. and all the aollateralbtanChes of a complete
cowae of basin.s education; and upon passing a satiefac,
tory examination is awarded,by authority of law, a diplo
ma,under the corporate e.al of the college.
tudents are received arany time. And It is believed,
that a practical experience of over MENTZ ;TEAM will be
considered by the-public an ample guarantee of the prac
tical character of the course and efficiency of the instruc
All further information desired can be obtained at the
college, or by addressing the Principal . for a circular by
.tW•A liberal discount is allowed to wounded and hen,
orably dbeharged soldiers. The conep is open dayand
NEW SKIRT FOR 180,
The great invention of the age in
3EIC:D.C3 O 3P SEOEK3E3A.,9pti
J. W. BRADLEY'S New Patent Duple=
or double, ELLIPTIC SPRING SRI4T.
This invention consists of Duple* (or twOr,illiptlc pure
relined steel springs, Ingeniously braided tiihtlyeadliert
ly together, edge to edge;making tho toughest', most fto
thisti:. and durable spring ever used. They ischtoM
bond or break, like tho single spring., and consequeting
Preserve their perfect and beautiful shape more than twice
as long as any single spring.skirt that ever has or can be
The wonderful flexibility and greet carnfort.and pleasure
to any holy wearing the Duplex Elliptic Skirt will be el . -
perienced particularly in all t . rowded assemidia4't:TiritY:
carriages, railroad ram. church itswWarrii Wheirs,Tor prd;
monads and housedress' as the skirt can' be* folded wher!
in use twoccupy a .mllOl,OOO as easily ' and conveniently
ass. sill, or muslin dross. . • • '
. . . . .
A Indy having enjoyed the pleasure, comfert and great
convonience•of wearing the duplex elliptic uteri spring.
skirt for a single day will never afterwards willingly dis
pense with their use. For children, piisses aud 'yeung
ladies they aro superior Co all ethers.. i• • '
ho hoops aro armed with 2 ply donlilo twleted thread
and will weiv.tiiecelll long as the - single Yard covering,
which is used on all single Stool hoop- skirts. TIM three
botto rods on every skirt aro 'else iloitble lire,, hod
t nice 'lir double covered •to preimit the'edVertng 'front
wearing off - the rode when dragging down stairs, stone
stops, 5:c., which they aro constantly subject when in use.
All are made of the now and elegant corded tapes, and
are the best quality in every part. giving to the wearer
tbe most graceful and perfect shape possible, and aro on.
questionably the lightest, most desirable, comfortable,
and economical skirt ever made.
West s' Bradley k Cary, proprietors of the Invention, and
solo minqfacturers, nl filiumbeps, and 79 and 81 Reade
streets, Now York.'" •
For sale inall first-class steles this city, and through
out the United States, Canada, Havana de Cuba, Mexico,'
South Annul. ' and the West Indies. . •
itc• Inquire for the Duplex (or double) Elliptic Spring
YORE LIBERTY WRITE LEAD,
The Whitett. the most durable and the most oconomice
Try'it2 31anutietured only by
ZIEGLER & Sitp,
Whoieente Drug, Paint, .t Glom Dealers,
No. 137 North Third at.,
T FI. porzour. Att'yat•Lns,