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Wednesday morning, July 11,1866.
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
Those subscribers receiving a pa
per marked with a t before the name
will understand that the time for
which they subscribed is up. If they
wish the paper continued they will
renew their subscription through the
mail or otherwise. - tf.
The voters of the Union Party aro
requested to meet at
_the usual places,
on Saturday, the 11th day of Au
gust next, at six o'clock in the evening,
in the tawnships, and 7i o'clock in the
boroughs, for the purpose of' electing
delegates to a county convention to be
held at the Court House in Hunting
don, on Tuesday, the 14th day of August,
at two o'clock, P. 31., * t0 nominate a
ticket and transact such other business
as the interests of the party may re
quire. A. H. BAUMAN,
July 9, 1866. Chairman Co. Com
--There will be preaching in the
German Reformed Church next Sab
—The time of running of trains on
.Central has been
changed. See schedule.
friend of truth" is respectfully
inforMed that we cannot take the re
sponsibility of publishing his "article."
—Many of our citizens aro improv
ing the appearance of their houses by
having them painted and repaired.—
The spirit of improvement is onward.
—Very few of our exchanges came
to hand this week, an indication that
the printer boys wore enjoying the
Fourth. The Globe published as usual.
—The Soldiers Orphans in school
at Cassville, this county, were in Phil
adelphia on the Fourth, and participa
ted in the festivities of the day at the
—Mr. Thomas Burchinell has the
framework up of a planing mill, on his
property near the Cottage Grove.—
This will be one of the institutions of
this place when put in operation,
which will be before long.
—The Fourth was celebrated as usu
al in the ancient borough. Tho Meth
odist Sunday School had a pie-nie at
the Cottage Grove, which was inter
fered with by the rain. A large party
also visited the Warm Springs.
—The Reading Times says:Holders
of bills on the Venango and Petroleum
banks should not sacrifice them as
they arc all secured by deposits in
Harrisburg. Crawford county and Oil
City bills are not secured, and are
worthless, except as waste paper.
—Mal. Moore, of Petersburg, while
-endeavoring to separate two men who
were fighting in front of his store on
the evening of July Bd, was struck on
the bead by one of them with a heavy
Tice° of iron, and a serious wound in
flicted. Tho guilty man is a German
named Frelinghuysen. He was arres
ted and is now in jail.
—The county of Huntingdon, we
learn, was better represented at the
celebration in Philadelphia than any
other county in the State. Ono who
was there states that there were over
four hundrdd of our people present.—
This is an evidence of Mother Hunt
—To-day, sixteen years ago, the
first train passed westward over the
Penna. Railroad through this place.—
"What wondrous changes since six
teen years ago l" Now, about forty
five trains, freight and passenger, pass
here daily. In those sixteen years
Huntingdon might have been a city,
but we think it will take sixteen more
to make it.
—Saturday and Sunday last wore
the hottest days of the season. The
weather was what might be styled
sweltering hot. A faint idea may be
conveyed of the intensity of the heat
(which we suppose all experienced,
however,) when ve state that the ther
mometer stood 98° in the shade. A
delightful rain succeeded on Monday,
which was a blessing in many particu
—The lead and zinc mines about a
mile south-west of Birmingham, this
county, are still in working condition.
The lead works are being built near
railroad at Birmingham. We
learned that about two thousai - id tons
of lead ore had already been taken
,out, which had been found in quantis
ties, no vein haring yet been struck.
The work will be prosecuted with re
newed vigor when the works are com
—A correspondent of the Johns
town Tribune, who reports the base
ball match at this place, on the 2d,
writes as follows ;—‘"l.7ho playing was
excellent on both sides. Bailey of the
Social; aud Montgomery of the K!cks,
-we observed ; wore severally.applauded
for fly catches in the far outer field.—
Both clubs acquitted themselves hand
somely, as gentlemen, and as players.
No accident, happened, nor did 'any
thingoccur to mar the pleasure of the
parties; the utmost good feeling pre
vailed. Tho Kicks shall over bear in
kind remembrance the courteous treat•
meat they received from the members
of the Social club, and the ladies and
gentlemen of Huntingdon."
Another match game of' base ball
was played on the grounds of the So
cial on Monday, July 2, between the
first nine of the Kickaneapawling, of
Johnstown, and the first nine of the
Social. We have never had the plea
sure of witnessing a game that excited
so much interest in outsiders, or in
which the players exhibited so much
earnestness to win. Both the clubs
were organized in May last, the Kick
aneapawling the first of the month and
the Social the latter part. We undors
stand that some of the members of the
Kick's (for short) nine wore old play.
ers,whilo none of the Social's nine over
played a game of base ball before or
ganization; but notwithstanding these
odds, the Kick's found
. a worthy oppo
nent our boys. Another disadvan•
tage sustained by the Socials was los
ing Kooker, who occupied the Ist base,
the most important position in the
field. Mr. Kooker took sick at the
conclusion of the third innings, and an
other man was substituted. Our boys
were not sanguine of victory, but yet
they fought hard and well to obtain
it, and after the fourth innings began
to gain On the Kicks,'but the latter
club, feeling very desirous to win at
the last innings fought surpassingly
well, and beat the Socials by two runs.
The Johnstown nine were hospitably
entertained at the Exchange Hotel, at
the conclusion of the game. The So
cial will play the return match on the
Kick's grounds, as soon as they find it
convenient, which we hope will be be
fore long. The following is the score
of the game :
Er eg A NzA t : ,lictLNG. 0: R.
Mint. p 4 4
Fellerumn. 11..........3 6
11.,117.w0rt11, 21, 5 a
liarnscy, c 4 6
6ry:111,1. f 3 6.
Welm, 13. 4 5
Montgowry, r. f 3 6
Hap, c.f 1 4
Metzger, 3 1.1 3 4
&KILL. 0. R.
11. 0, Viler, c 3 6
T. C. Fi3llerr, p 4 5
Simpson, I. 2 8
C. f 3 2
!cooker, 1 b 5 3
131=Mi I I I=l
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8.6 Total
Kickunealuvallug .... 6 616 1 2 1. 1. 511 46
&chit 1 713 6 6 4 4 4 3 47
Fly catclus—Kickaneopanling, .5; Social, 5. Time of
game, four home, Ii Bon minutes.
rlopire--Judge Ito,o. Mountain; Scorers- 7 . C. Morris,
Itickaneapawlimß J. E. Blair, Social.
pENNSYLVANTA. RA TT. ROAD
TIME; OF iNAVING CF TRAINA
SUMMER AR.I?AIC GEMENT.
117..*5T WARD. i:AS l' WA R IA
'4 F 54 p 1 • I 9 '., ~' 15.
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6 5- 5.•: 2 STATIOM. ( i . . 5 .1 I
' 7, :?" - . ''.4-: 0
2', 1 oi 1 ':o' ;gi 1 rn 0. .1
r. ILI P. 31'.1 P. /1.1 A.. 18. I P. )2.1 P. M.I A. 91
6 CF..I 111 431 IN.llamilten, 510 5 301 535
6 15 1 112 53 IMt. Union,— 502 5 22 ' 825
1./ 25' —.112 05 Mapleton, 454513 8 15
631 12 15 ..... ~Mill Creek,... 445 503 805
G 501 5 10,12 31) 5 501 Run tin Clop, 4 33 1 410 7 50
7 00 ......112 511 .....IPetersharg,... 4 101 3 50 7 24
7 15 11 01 1 Illarree 4 101 3 411 7 21
7 22 1 13 6 21;Spruceere, 6 , 4 02 3 30 7 10
7 35 1 35 IBlrmingham. 3 40 3 15 6 55
7 40 5 57 1 45 6 45;1'yrone, 335 305 6 40
7 50 2 0/ 'Tipton, 3 25 2 53 6 33
8 04 2 OS ' , extort:l. 3 20 2 40 6 26
8 10 2 15 11..1re MillF,.. 3 10 2 39 6 19
8 30 6 251 2 41) 7 20 Altoona,. 3 00 2 20 6 00
r. m.l r. m.l P. A. H. P. M. P. If. A. II
The PIIILADELPIFIA EXPRESS Eastward, leaves
Alt. - x.l3n nt 9 35 P. 31., and arrive., at Lluntingdon at
10 50 P.M.
The FAST MR Slonlword leaves Altoona at 3 30
A.M., and arrive. nt llunting..lonitt 4 51. A. M.
The DAY EXPRESS Eastward Raves Altoonnet 990
A. M., and arrives at Ifuntingdou 0_49
This PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS Westward, leard's
lluntingdou at 7 00 A. 11, and arrives at Altoona at
8 20 A. 31.
The FAST LINE Westward, leaves Ilnutingdou at
7 35 P. M., and arrive, at Altoona at S 50 P. 31.
The NEW YORE EXPRESS Westward leaves Hunting
don at? 381. 11., and arrirei at Altoona 8 80 A. M.
Slay 20, 15C ti.
—A. correspondent from Clay town
ship sends us the following items. Let
others do likewise: "The spring has
been very dry. The wheat crop is
poor; Tye looks middling; the corn is
very small for this time of year, and
hay also will be short and very late.—
Our farmers have not mown any yet,
and I think their barns will not be as
full as usual.—The Broad Top and
New Grenada Oil Company is still in
progress; the derrick has been erected,
and the engine is on the ground all
ready for work in a short timo." The
loiter was written Juno 28th.
THE liOnitOr can tell the truth when
it tries. Tho last number gives us the
following notice :
"Whatever wo or others may think
of the editor of the Globe, every body
knows that the soldiers had no warmer
friend than he ; and that when the pol
iticianS who are now using the "Boys"
for their own purposes, were endeav
oring to nominate civilians, Lewis
stood by the soldiers and as the result
we have three maimed soldiers now
holding good offices in this county.
These are facts, and the "Boys in Blue"
only make themselves laughing stock
by denouncing Lewis."
g&-Some of the soldiers who voted
under the lash of Robert .MeDivitt, to
read us out, told us after the adjourn
ment of tho League, that that action
was all wrong and would be made .
right at the next meeting. As we
have no favors to ask from men who
can be used by Robert McDivitt, and
such 'as him, we hope they will not
take a step backward.
"lle (Lewis) is a Clymer-johnson•
Jeff. Davis Deaocrat."—Jour. & Am.
Two-thirds a lie. We can come
nearer the truth without half trying.
We are a Geary-Johnson Union man,
and Robert McDivitt is a "Robert Me-
Divitt".free love Republican, for him
self first, and for himself last, and par
ticularly against all men who have
over beennursed in the lap of Democ
The Journal & American wants
to be considered the organ of General
Geary'S' friends in this county. Somo
time ago just previous to Goary's no
mination—that paper said that any
man who had been nursed in the lap
of Demoeiney could not be trusted.—
Gen. Geary was a Douglas Democrat.
Gorily may well exclaim, "Savo mo
from such friendship !"
Tua Journal & Am6rican goos a step
beyond most Republican papers—it
endorses Forney on his negro suffrage
platform. Radicalism has for its foun
dation stone, negro suffrage and negro
equality. We can't go that kind of
Radicalism—the Journal 1 American is
WelColl}o t o a.Ol the honors it can gain
by being the org4,u of such a faethm.
Tribute of Respect
WHEREAS, Almighty God has, in
His providence, deprived us of a tried
friend and faithful associate, W. F.
KINBLEY, a member of the Social Base
Ball Club; therefore,
Resolved, That in this dispensation
we acknowledge the supremo will of
Him who doeth all things well, and
bow in huMble submission to His om
Resolved, That we as fellow-members
fool thfrt we have sustained an irrepa
rable loss which we deeply lament—a
loss on the field, where ho was always
ready to attend, and where he show
ed by his activity and earnestness a
devoted interest in doing whatsoever
his hands found to do—a loss to socie
ty, where his cordial demeanor and
words of cheer and assurance had en
deared him to all that know him— and
a loss to the community, which has
been bereft of
_a good citizen and a
promising young man.
Resolved, That we tender our heart
felt condolence to the parents and rel
atives of the deceased, and with them
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions bo preserved in the archives of
the Club, and that a separate copy be
presented to the Parents of the de
ceased, and to the several papers of the
town for publication. _ .
Huntingdon, July 9, 1866.
On the 20th ult., by Rev. James C.
Clarke, at the residence of the bride's
parents, Huntingdon Ur. GEO. COFFEY
of Lock Haven, to Missf REBECCA CIIA
On the 28th ult., by the same, at the
residence of officiating . minister, Mr.
THOMAS F. WHITE of Huntingdon, to
Miss ELIZABETH E. ELY of Barrel)
On the 3d inst., by the same, at the
Jackson House, Huntingdon, Mr. JAS.
SUTHERLAND to Miss VIOLA
MAN, both of Coalmont, Penna.
On the hat inst., by Rev. W. P. Win
higler, Mr. ADAM CURKMAN to Miss
ELIZABETH .SUNS, both of Huntingdon
On the 3d inst., by Elder T. Clieno
worth Gessford, at the Jackson hotel,
Mr. llENity lIAWN and Mies MAaoin J.
Coniinv, both of Juniata twp.
lEJsk. , r7",
At the residence of Mrs. L. 0. Hall,
Huntingdon, the evening of the 3d inst.
WILBUR FISICE KINSLEY, aged 24 yrs.,
10 months, and 13 days.
The deceased was a comparative
stranger in this place, having been a
resident only about three months, but
by his generous disposition and Chris•
tian character, bad already made for
himself many warm friends. When
but ten years of' age ho obeyed the di
vine command "Remember now thy
Creator• in the clays of thy youth," and
consecrated himself to the service of
God. The grace of God sustained him
in life for fourteen years,threo of which
were spent in the service of his coun
try, (from 1862 to 1865,) and enabled
lihn to triumph gloriously over the
last enemy. We mourn for him, but
not as those haVing no hope, for we
confidently, through grace, expect to
meet him again. B. M. G.
"Servant of God, well done !
Thy glorious warfare's past ;
The battle's fought, the race is won,";';
. . .
And thou artOrow nod at last."
At the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Benedict, in this place, on the 3d
inst., Mrs. Ross, aged about 89 years.
At the residence of her brother, Rev.
James C. Clarke, of this place, on the
7th inst.. LIZZIE CLARKE, aged 21 yrs.,
10 months and 15 days.
She is sleeping;
She has breathed her last
While we were weeping,
She to heaven past."
VEGETABLE & FRUIT MARKET
At LEWIS & CO'S Family Grocery,
Every Wednesday & Saturday mornings
All kinds of Vegetables and Fruit, Eggs, Butter, Sc
bought and taken on commission.
Tho following wero the eel
Cabbages, 13 bead 10G,25
Bens. 11 bunch. . ...... ......10
Cucumbers, 11 doz 25
Nose Potatoes, 11 peck SO
0111011., 'EI rope 15
Reaps, 13 peck 10
Peas. t 3)
Dried peaches, II 1b...20050
Dried Apples. "
Driest Currants " 30
A full assortment of table
PHIL A DEL PilIA raAwKwrs
Extra F10ur...... ......
Extra White Wheat,
Fair and Primo lied
Corn, pilaw Yellow
'Clove rseol, '?:64
CORRECTED. WEEKLY BY S. E. HENRY . CO.
Superfine Flour'll LI Cll,OO
Extrti Flour :12,00
Fondly Flour i1:1,00
Corn Meal Bcwt $1,70
Thickwhcat Alen] V. cwt n 5,00
End Wheat $2,50 Co 2,05
Whitt, Wheat $2,00 6) 2,00
Cloverseed , i 1 (11 lbs 5,1,00 @ 5.50
Timothy R 476 to 3,00
Flame 1 $1,75 to 2,05
Rye Chop ',,,3 owl $1,50
Blau 10 owt 51,15
Shorts II Owl $l,, 0
Mixed Chop $1,75
Plaster per ton $lO,OO
Beegwes 'il, lb 00
Hops ii th 40 to 60
nags it lb 4
Mani 1,0 bus
• •,-' 00
reathors 0 lb 55 to 05
Tallow l 0 to 12
Dried Apples tb lb
13 to 20
Dried Peaches it lb
....le to 25
Ham 25.10 00
Sides • -.-
Dried Doll ' -
Lard ' '
Butter ....... .....'... ...... .;....,
Ilay 'il ton
nye Straw .11 bundle
Potatoes 11 bus ..,
Applo Butter V gallou.
W. 11.1 lb •
Istrgo 'Onions 74 bus
Corn Brooms doz
Dried Cherries rLd quort
WlTlesale Drug:Paint & Dealers,
ilTo. 137 il - rth. Third st., Philadq.
jp l / 4 11,0 AMATION. —WIIEItE AS, by
a precept to me directed. dated at Huntingdon, the
14 day of April, A. D. 1066, under the hands and Beal
of tho lion. George Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, Oyer. atuLTerminer, and general jail deliv
ery of the Judicial District of Pennsylvania, compo
sed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria counties; and the
Hons. Benj. P. Patton and Anthony J. Beaver, his associ
ates, Judges of lhu comity of Huntingdon, Justices as.
signed, appointed to hear, try and determine all and every
indictments made or token for or concerning all crimes,
which by the lance of the State aro made capital, or futon'
lea of death, and other offences, crimes and misdemeanors,
which have been or shall hereafter bo committed or perm,
tooted, for CrillloB aforesaid—l am commanded to make
public proclamation throughout my tvholo bailiwick, that
a Court of Oyer and Terminer, of Common Pleas and
Quarter Sessions, will' be held at the Conrt House in the
borough of Huntingdon, on the second Monday (and 13th
day) of August next, and those who will prosecute the
said prisoners, be thou aid there to prosecute them as it
shell be just, and that all Justices of the Peace, Coroner
and Constables within Vdid county, be then and there in
their proper persons, at 10 o'clock, a. m. of said day, with
their records, inquisitions, Oxaminations and reinembran
-005, to do those things which to their offices respectively'
Dated at Huntingdon, the 10111 day of July in the year o f
our Lord ono thousand right hundred and eixty.six,
and the 90111 year of American Independence.
JAS. F. BATHURST, Sheriff
precept to me directed by the Judges of the Com
mon Pleas of the county of Huntingdon, bearing test the
21st day of Aprit, A. D. 1566, I am commanded to make
public Proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick, that
a Court of Common Picas will be held at the Court House
to tho borough' of Huntingdon, on the 3rd Monday (and
20th day) of August, A. D., 1666, for the trial of all is
sues in said Court which remain undetermined before
the said Judges, When and Where all Jurors, witnesses,and
suitors, in the trials of all issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon, the 1.01.11 of July, in the year of
our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and eisty.six,
and the 00th year of American Independence.
JAS. F. BATHURST, Sheriff.
Sherifni (Mice, Huntingdon, July 10, 'O6.
READING RAIL ROAD.
JUNE 11, ISGO,
[1 REAP TRUNK. LINE FROM THE
OF North and North-West for PIULADELPMA, NEST-
Y6P-E, READIZia, roTTSVILLE, LENSNO:i, ALLENTOWN, EASTON,
Tralos leave Harrisburg for Now York, 'as follows At
3 03, 8,10 and 9 05 A. M., and 210 and 9,151'. N., connect
ing with similar trains on tho Pennsylvania It.ll,,arriving
at Now York 6,00 and 10 10A, M., & 4.10, 5,25.10 45 P. M.
Tim above connect with similar Trains on the Pennsyl
vania Railroad, and sleeping cars accompany the 3 00 a at
9 15 p.'m. trains. without change.
Leave for heading, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Millersville,
Ashland, Pine Croy°. Allentown and Philadelphia nt 8 10
A. 31., end 210, 410;P. 31., atop at Lehancti and principal
way stations; the 410 train making connections for
Philadelphia nud;Colutnbin only. For Pottsville, Schuyl
kill Haven and Auburn, via Schuylkill nod Susquehanna
Railroad, leave Harrisburg at 3 20 P
Returning. leave 3.:Ew-Yona. at 7 & 9 A. 31., 12 Noon, 8
P. 31. Philadelphia 815 A. M., and 330 P. 31; %Vey Pas
senger train leaves Philadelphia at 7 30 A. 31. returning
from Reading nt 630 P. M., stops at all stations: Pottsville
at 9 45 A. 31., and 2 45 P. 31.; Ashland 6 00 and 11,0 a m,
and 1 05 1' 31; Tamaqua nt 9.45 A 71., and 1 and 8.55 P M.
Leave Pottsville fur Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Railroad at 7,00 0 m.
Ast Accommodation Passenger Train leaves READING at
0.00 A. 31., and returns from PHILADELPHIA at 5,00 P. 31.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 6 45 a m.,
12 05 .2 6 15 P. M., for Ephrata, Lancaster, Colombia,
On Sundays, leave Now York nt 8 00 Philadel
phia, 8.00 a ra and 315 P. 31., Mott a zu train running to
Reading, Pottevillo 8 00 A. 31., Tamaqua 7.70 A. M., Bar
ri burg U 03 A. 11.. and Roaohngll 33, 7 30 n. no., for, Han.
ridburg.lo,s2a tn., for Now York, and 4.25 p.m. for Phil
COMMUTATION, MILEAGE, SEASON, SCHOOL, and EXCURSION
TICE-I:TS at reduced rates to and from all points.
liaggd!to checked through: 80 pounds kaggago allowed
cadlP.ls.lll . ft.T.
G. A. :MOLLS,
Reading, Jana 72, IEGO. General Superintendent.
NOTICE TO TAX COLLECTORS.
You are renneated to co:leet and pay over to the
Vieasurer, as great nn amount as you pcslibly can by the
August Court. Money is needed for the current expen
ses of the county. Be careful to receive nO notes but
greenhael, or the notes of national banks, as none oth
ers are received on deposit by du, bank at this place.
By order of the Commissioners,
HENRY W. MI vaut, Clerk.
July 2,186 G.
A F.CGOOL FOII YOUNG LADIES AND GENTLE3IEN
To next session of this 'lnstitution will open, TUTS
DAY JULY :,Ist., nod continue for, a term of eleven
The largo nttendance during the Invt term is nn evi
dence that the efforts being made. ore duly APpreciated.
This School to recommended for its' cheapness, and par
ticularly for the healthfulness of the situation. ft in con •
ne:ted with Mount Union, n station un the Pennsylvania
Central Railroad, from whirl, it is distant seventeen
miles, by a daily line of Stages. No efforts will ho spar
ed to make it one of the first schools of the loud.
TERMS,—lloartling. Tuition and Boom Rent, per oar
Mon of eleven weeks, $45,00. One half nt tiro coin
moncentelit, and the balance at tbu close of the term
For further particulars address.
IV. A. HUNTER, Principal.
Entitle Hap, Huntingdou CO., Pa
Jul} 2, 1563
0 02 1 74:1 0 Miaa
RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT,
For whidi Certificates will be issued,
Bearing Interest In GOLD.
E. W. CLARK A CO.,
11.1:v arms, No. 35, SOUTR 31) STREET,
THIS SUMMER RESORT
IS NOW OPEN,
and in Fplmidid order.
ILINTIN (MON, July 10, ISGO.
ing prices on Saturday 'nor
The Bathing Facilities
were Inver so fine, flue Bowling Alloy Is ono of the best
Peaches, can nod 50
Pineapple, •, ....., ......... 50
Lima Deans " 50
Dried Beans, rtl .ionrt,loo.l2
"ied Peas, " ...- ..... 20
Canned oysters, fresh 50
to be found. and a new Billiard Table Inks just been put
up• No elfort Las been 'pared to moor° the comfort of
In pair, oysters, " ...1 00
‘aIICSS always on hand.
Pleasure seekers nro Incited to call at tho Springs—
only for e miles from Huntingdon, over a good road
The TABLE is Banished with the best that the market
affords, end every attention is given to plenso even the
.. 41" 00
..... ...$ ,_a
Parties front the surrounding towns aro cordially inv
bad to visit tllO Spriuge
4Z-on:Idol run daily, morning awl evonlng, except
.. 60(E 70
Sootlay, front Ilontiogaon to the Springs.
NEW CHEAP CASH STORE
ROI? S'PR.IIITO AND SUMMER
Respectfully inform the public generally that they
have Just received a large and splendid stock of goods at
their store in Huntingdon, consisting in part of
1100 P SKIRTS,BoNNurs, AUTTONS
WOOD AN n WILLOW WARE
3,00 to 0
.. .20 toss
....70 td 1.40
And in ftrt everything that is lousily kept in a (hot rheis
store, oil which score bought low for .01 . 41.111 will he
soul at correspondingly low prices for caSh, or country
produce, and request the public to give Ito a call before
purchasing elsewhere, fooling satistied•Wo Colt offer supe
rior inducements to cash buyers.
We reweetfully solicit the patronage of all, and the
public urn cordially invited to examine cur good,
klverytking taken in exehango for goods except Komi-
Huntingdon Co., Pa.
W. J. GEISSINGER,
WM. MARCH & BRO.
DRESS GOODS, ,
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, TIN WARE,
LADIES' FANCY TRIII.4INGS,
QUEENS WARE ; HARDWARE,
• PROVISIONS, GROCERIES,
W3l. MARCH k BRO.
N IAGARA. .I?'IRE INSURANCE.
COMPANY, OF NEW YORE,
OFFICE, 12 Wm.i. STRUT.
Cash Capital, $1,000,000. Surplus, $270,000.
Total Assets, $1,270,000
"This Company insures against allies or damage by fire.
inland navigation, transportation, &c. Tim coot of incur.
ing in this °alimony is no 'more than the first cost would.
bo in these small Mutual Companies.
With no Assessments!
This Company is made safe by the State leis pt New
York, which Is not the caso with the Pennsylvania loon.
J.D. ETEELE, President. P. NOTHAM, Secretary,
HENRY HIP, Supt. of Agencies.
ANDREW JOHNSTON, Agent,
myl.om Huntingdon, Puma.
Office formerly occupied by W: 11, Woods, Esq., Hill; st
Fel GEO. SHAEFFER
llaspwt returned from the east with a 616116
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &a,
Which he offers to the inspection of hie customers and
the public generally. Ile will sell his stock at the most
end those who purchase once will surely call again.
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING done in the neatest and most expedi
Call upon Mr. Schaeffer at his shop on Hill street, a
few doors west of the Diamond. my 2
XECUTOR'S NOTICE.-- •
Letters testamentary on the estate of J. J. Fee,
ato or the borough of Himtingdon, dee'd., having been
granted to the undersigned, all persona indebted are re
quested to make payment , and those 'raving claims to
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN D. FEE,
June, 20,1860.-ot. • Exacutors.
ZXcr:otl , c4a..
`I I IIB undersigned Corporators named
_l_ in the net of Assembly, entitled an Act to Incorporate
the Pennsylvania Canal Company," approved the first
day of May, 1860, will open books and receive subscrip
tions to tho capital stock of said company at the places
and times following
PHILADELPHIA, at Room No. 23. Merchant's Ex
change nt 10 o'clock, a. m., on the 20th day of Juno, 1800.
HARVISIRHIG, at the Lochiel House, at 10 o'clock, a.
m., on the 10th day of July, 1606.
HUNTINODON, at the Morrison House, at 10 o'clock, a
m., on the 10th day of July, 181.16.
L. T. Watteau, Alex. M. Lloyd, John A. Leman,
David Blair,. Gee. R. Roberts, James Burns,
T. T. Wlerman, W. J. 'Toward, John Unsafe%
John Scott, R. B. Wigton, James Gardner,
John N. Swoope, J. J. Patterson, Wm. Dorris, Jr.
1 -I , 4 XEOUTORS' NOTICE.-
[Estate of Eliza J. 0 illiland,:dec'ilj
Letters testamentary upon the will and testament of
Eliza .1 Gilliland, tato of Union township, Huntingdon
County, deceased, kayo been granted to the subscriber.
All persons indebted are requested to make Immediate
payment, and those having claims will present them prop
erly authenticated to the undersigned.
• A. W. SWOOPE,
JOIIN UA7TON, Sn,
May 20, 1866-ft. ' Executors.
• TO THE LADIES. •
The beat assortment of
Just received this day from New York and for sale at the
cheap cash store of WM. M ARM 6: BRO. •
A splendid assortment of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
FANCY TRIMMINGS AND BUTTONS
Just received this day from New York nod for onto cheap
at [zony7J WM. MARCII BRO.
At Lewis it Co's Family Grocery.
EMIM? Tat EVAI3LEB
Received fresh from the Philadelphia market every Wed
uesday and Saturday morning.
Canned Peaches, Tomatoes, Peas and Corn.
Spiced Lobster, Oysters, Chow chow, Worcestershire
sauce, French Mustard, Heron Radish, Popper sauce, Cat
sup, ours Oil, Rc., tc, and
- All kinds of 'Syrups,
such as strawbev, plucapplo, blackberry, a:c
CALL AND SEE.
STEAM PEARL MILL,
I 8 NOW
IN COMPLETE RUNNING ORDER
FOR TIIE AIitIFACTURE OF FLOUR
The patronage of the town and country Is respectfully
GRAIN, of every dedarlption,
litint ingdon, May . 2, 1366
1000 BUSHELS W .g 4. T
Wanted at Steam Pearl 11111.
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
37 1 ILT Mir X 'l ll "ET JEL
Respectfully invites the attention of the Public to We
stand on hilt et., Ituntingdon, in the rear of George NV
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry. store, where ha manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a cull.
Repairing of all kinds attended to promptly and charges
Ire- Also, Undertaking carried on, and Coffins made in
any style desired, at short notice.
The sobscriber has a
NEB' 11/D ELEGANT HEARSE,
and is prepatcd to attend Funerals at any place in town
or reentry. J. 31. WISE.
Huntingdon, May. 9, ISIS-tI
NEW GOODS, •
G. E. BRIJ.M.BAUGEE & CO.
Hare just receired and now offer for sale at
1%1 A RKLESI3 URG, PA.,
„ VERY SU_ALL”
Ur). Goods, La,
dies' dress Goods, Gra
cei tliteenswaro, Ilardwale, •
Glass, are, Boots. Shoes, "
4: Hs, Notions,
Os the very 11:4,5t cash prices.
Marklenhitrg. May 1. 150511
L 'y El's Pure and Superior Rio Cof
tee in paekargeti of One period, for Halo at
LEWIS SE CO'S Family Grocery.
WT a i n i d iu ,
cl4,]lps Fnmily ILA.EXy.
Bought nt this mill
DIct'ANAN s SON
F ARM ERS
SHOULD SUPPLY THEMSELVES NlTfi
HORSE HAY FORKS
SCYTHES & SNATHS,
RAKES AND FORKS,
4 1Gt - '3ELXM477:"M"M'CDNICISi,
And all other Harvesting Implements
. to be had at
JAS. A. pßowN's
gursiTmgpoN, r 4,
fitrajliq AND BllMPailt,
4 Vg 2ZOBIYEit
R o it A if ,s
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Identlemen,'a Clothing of the beet omtorial, and made
ttio beet nrorktnanlike manner' rail at
opposite the Pranklin H9gto In Harked Holum% Hunting.
don, Pa. .
Huntingdon tiptll.lo, 'B6, . •. •
AT 'LOW PRIG S.
M. CUTIVAN,:: ,
HAS MST OPENED , A SINE STOOK OP HEW
SPRING AND SUALMER GOODS,
Which ho offers to • all who want to be
atOT Et El
AT PRICE ~ TO SUIT.TIiE. IM
His Stick censlatt If Readpengde Cletblnn for'
• . .
MEN AIKi) BOYS.
ROOTS AND SHOES; HA'S AND OAPS, &a, ,IIQ,
Should genileinon desire any particular kind or out
clothing not found In tho stock on hand, by leaving tkeir
measure they can be accommodated at short notice.
Call at the coat corner . of tlie • Diamond, over Lonet
D. P. CWIIII ,
pEf.p . PUBLIC,.
1 1'.11.kt lit HAS
SPLENDID STOOK of NEW GOODS
CANT BE BEAT .
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE.
p. P. GWIN,
ap. 10 VI, •
CHEAP GROCERY STORE,
"I".llEll.l\7 l T.lo3Et.ii
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON; PA.
mHE-undersigned offers for the in
." spection and - purchase of customers alarge and atr•
sorted stock of Groceries, Provisions, &c. He feels Mile.
lied they can bo accomodated with anything in hie lino.
Ills prices are low, and his stock froth and good, He
hem the hest Of • . ' • •
81Y4 A:11, COFDEE,
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,.
TOBACCO & SEGARS;
BOOTS AND. sgoz,s,
HATS & . CAPS &se
HAMS, SHOULDEBS, SIDES,
MOLASSES, OILS, "VINEGAR,
FISH, CHEESE; ELO,DIt RICH •
.And N O TION4 pf every kin&
A eelot stock of DRY OOHS, together with QUEENS
WARE, and all Other articles kept in a well regulated;
eatablishment for sale at reasonable prices.
fl His store is on Hill street, nearly opposite the,
Bank, and in the room formerly occupied by D. Drove.
Call and examine. YENTEB.
Huntingdon, ap.lo, 18611 '
NEW FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
wLONG'. would iesiiectfolly .
. call tho attention of tha citizens of fronting
den and vicidltrtcrthe fact that he has fact opened a F.S.
MILY GROCERY STORE at the old stand of Christopher .
Long, whero ho-will keep conatantlr op hand a full snit
well assorted stock of
FRESH FAMILY GACICERLES,
such as Lovcring's Syrup, N. Orleans and Porto Rico Sla
lasses, Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Spices, Salt, Hams, Sides,
Shoulders, Dried Beef, Flour, Fish Cheese, Rice, Fickles t,
and Provisions of all kinds. .
CEDAR AND WILLOW-WARE
comprising, in port, Baskets, Buckets, Tubs, Washboardi
Corn Brooms Brushes, Rugs, Mats, Floor Oil Cloths, Bogy,
CANDIES and NETS of nil kinds, wholesale and retail:.
TOYS, TOBACCO, SEDANS, Coal Oil; Coal Oil Lamps, Ati ,
Ile respectfully Invltes a call and examination of hie
stock, satisfied that. Ids goods and-prices will compare ,
favorably with thoseef any ether in the place.
Ifuntlngdou, March 7, 1860
-- GREAN - ENTHUSIASM -I
HIGH PRIC.ES. SURRENDER,! I!
TSB BEST AND .THE CHEAPEST;
JOHN H. WESTBROOII. •
Respectfully informs the citizens of Huntingdon end,
vicinity that ho has just received from the city a Niue snit
splendid stock •
BOOTS & SHOES HATS '& CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, &c., &c.,
all of which ho is prepared to sell at reduced prices.
A lot of choice CONFECTIONERIES hay also been ro.
Don't forgot the old stand In the DiamorokOld canto.
mars and the balk generally melyritedAoy.
FOR THE GREAttem vAiersTr
ffandsome and Useful Articles,
citzll at Book Stara.
QOUR PICKLES ready for tkiis
by the doe., 3 doz.. ; t 3 doz.aoca Fcilly ortsanteA
DRESS BUTTONS & TItIMMINGES;
of the latest styles, Belt Ribboti and Bpcislee, Ho:
mesh Glover, R4tings, Frlllbega,
14futit & co.
•. • •
MEW GOODS CONSTANTLY RE:
calved at OUNIVINGIIA . I O OARMONT.
D S RA L „.. IN 4
While and Colored Card Papas .
. A11131 ' ° .4101 , 47 BOOK d+ STATIONER.r.SWK.A.
FLOWER and GARDEN SEEDS
FOR SALE SALE AT LEWIS) §OOK STORE!
ta„Firlo Cigars and 'Nano° foi
sake j Lewis' Book Storp
THE BEST SHORE FISH foi ;ale.
at iEfFIS ce CO'S Family Grocery.
fIHOICE Teas, Coffee, Sagate
kiMoloaros, for rale at 14%01 & Co'. Family Groceiy,
iLI 4 NVELOPES , -- • '
jiythe box,'pac4c,'oF Ineaguantity, , fer .81.44
• BOBS AND OTArIONERY 170.8 E.
A LARGE V - 4.14111Ty of ai ticlas too
numerous to mention, for gale trt &
t'aintly Grocery. Call end Bet.
FriflM . l3tk SKEINS AND .PIPE
J.. BOXES for wagons of all shies, .Thr sale at the hard
ware /store of [1013,1866] .IAS: A. BROWN.
rpHE BEST QUALITY' OF FRESH
I 31ACKEREL at
_p7NYINGHAM tE CAl6llo.y'ts'