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Wednesday morning, Nov. 21, 1866.
LOCAL & PZ.ES!Ci:NAL.
• Those ,subscribois ieooiving4 a pa
marked with, a tiefore-,tho name
will understand that the time for
vlifeh they ' . euberilied in up. If they
wish the paper continued they will
renew their enheeriptien through the
mail or otherwise
- '—Another new store will open in a
jew.days . in the room lately occupied
liy'Fisher . & Sons.
—The colored people intend holding
n Festival next week ini4rder to liqui
date the debt on their new church.
• demand—good potatoes. Plen
ty of rotten ones on everybody's hands,
,for sale: - cheap..
crop, from all accounts,
was !arge and good, in, this county.—
Who knows about wheat ?
—lt is reported that Mr. John 11.
ireatley is aborit 'starting 'a temper
ance paper ia<Blair county.
-'the Rev. Dr. Speer will preach in
the Episcopal 'Church, this place, on
.next Sabbath, rnernin7 and. afternoon.
—The•now tailoring est.ablishment
and clothing store of H. Greenberg is
in fall blast. Persons in want of a
good suit and snug fit will do well to
give him a cap. See advertisement.
—Asure cure for the pip in poultry
—cut their herids off and bury them
with their body a foot deep in a corner
of your lot. We have cured some
thirty or forty in this way when other
•cures failed. This is a permanent curd.
—W. Lewis has taken the Family
Grocery of Lewis & Co. entirely to
himself and will continue the business,
always keeping on hand every article
:usually to be found in the best Grocery
storm and - examine.
—Hall's Journal of Health expresses
the opinion that buckwheat cakes con
tain more nourishment for less money
than any other article of food. This
is very important when wheat and rye
: stand so high in the figures. There
fore, go in on buckwheatere.
—The people 'in . WeSt Huntingdon
have groW9 so numerous that they
!begin to cry out for their own comfort.
- They would like to see a . goo&walk
constructed from the .bOard walk down
,to the town proper. - Such.a conveni
ence tho, - Council flare ordered to be
built from the:Baptist Church. -
—The County Commissioners offer
$3OO reward for ate arrest and confine
anent of Joseph Matthews; the man
-who burned the barn of Mr. Goshorn
9n Tell township, last month. The
Commissionets do right in assisting to
.bring the wretch to speedy judgment.
town hall is sadly needed in
- this town and •we cannot see why
some individual or. individuals do not
louild'onO. Our' borotigb fathers once
talked - `about it, but for some reason
failed to build one; There is uo doubt
that it would be a paying istitution.
Oilier i:OWns . can haVe two or more,
while li.uutingdonlias none. .
--We have a set of boys in this town
that for ability to disturb public meet
ings„we will stake against any set in
the State.: It is not so much the boys'
fault, as it is the parents', and not so
much the parents' as it is the citizens',
generally, who could prevent the mis
behaviour if they would take them . in
hands at once and make an example Of
a few of them.
-,Rumors continuo to fly thick and
fast concerning the doings of the Penna.
Railroad Co. about this town. The last
Wef bare from that source is that local
Irnhts will make this a laying over
`rendezvous, (this appears to be true,)
and that Huntingdon will be the ter
mination of a Division. This may and
May not be true.
Death of w !aloof
There died recently, in the Borough
gf IVilinore, Cambria Co., an old man
,flamed Bernard Halligan, who iu his
; lifetime Was a miser of the first class.
He,.tvis,, we believe,'s. common laborer
occupation, unmarried„ and lived
alonein the meanest manner in the
,most cheerless domicil. Previous to
his death he had his will drawn up,
bequeathing the bulk of Lis possessions
to,P pistor fin Ireland, but when the
dOeument was presented to him forhis
.signaturo he refused to affix his name.
He subsequently had one of his neigh
bors called in, to whom he committed
the'eare oesinOld trunk, which, after
I bis death, was Opened, and is said to
•have'cputained.soque $760 in gold and
:silver, toget o her- with a considerable
sum in greenbacks. So miserable did
this old man.live that when his neigh
bors came to prepare his body for se
pulture not a shred of clean linen
could befimnd;in the house with which
to' dress it. Everything in and about
his miserable abode bore the impress
of squalid poyerty and the utmost deg
,radation. - -
Mgr Printing paper still continues
at nearly as high a p g are as during
FF I .
the w .F dri with no • prospect of a docline
in price. Good rag paper commands
prices ranging from eighteen to thirty
cents per - pound. Inferior straw news
paper is beld at from 16 47 I£j rents
per pound: At these rates from twen
ty-five per cent ought to he'ndarti to
the subscription pricec pr newspapers
,to 'nay a fair pi•oflt.
Thot Meteoric Shower.
Frorn the many notices which the
expected meteoric shower of Tuesday
or Wednesday night last received, our
, good.people were generally on the
alert for the grand display. Tuesday
night we beard of a goodly number of
our citizens sitting up until a late hour,
anxiously awaiting that which was to
be, but unfortunately was not. We
have no doubt said -goodly number
counted more twinkles. in heaven's
lamps than over before. Wednesday
night wasthe same, with the exception
that preparations wore-made to ring
the bells if anything did make its ap
pearance. The morning light dawned
again, and again they were doomed to
disappointment. This closed the era
of anxious watching and sorrydisap
pointment. None of those who sat up
have furnished us with a description
of what they saw, .but we are led to
indulge in the hope that a few of them
derived some little consolation from
the fact that they wore fooled to watch
the stars a live long night, which under
any other circumstance they could not
have been prevailed upon to do.
In justice to the astronomers it is
reported that meteors wore seen from
some of the cities in more northern
latitudes, and the display is represented
as grand, but yet not as grand as the
ono in 1833. Our latitude, we are led
to conclude, is not very well favored,
as in Philadelphia and Pittsburg noth
ing unusual was witnessed. We can
only hope for the better. Our thanks
as well as sympathies we extend to
those of our wide-awake citizens who
were ready to apprise the sleeping
ones if anything remarkable should
Everett Literary Association
The above is the name of the litera
ry Society recently organized in this
place. We are happy to state that it
is in a fair way for improvement and
We trust success. We have always en
couraged literary societies, believing
that, the benefits derived from them
are not of a mere individual nature,
but extending to .the town which is
graced with it. Should our young
men avail themselves of the Opportu
nity to improve their mental faculties,
and thus receive that moral and theo
retical education, which is necessary
for many, indeed all, the duties of life,
not only they themselves will feel the
benefit, but society at large will ad.
vance as they advance. The associa
tion meets every Friday evening, their
room being for the present the Treas
urer's office, in the Court house. An
invitation is extended to our young
men generally to send in their appli
cations for membership.
On Wednesday evening last the
Huntingdon Ni.ozitrt Association gave a
Concert in the Court House Hall. The
room was well filled, the result of lib
eral advertising and complimentary
notices. The audience appreciated
the, music, vocal and instrumental,
but the opinion was concurred in by
all that the programme was a little too
monotonous to please all. .A few,more
latighable performances would have
made the variety that would have
madoho spice of the entertainment;
and wo hope the Association will profit
by the 'experiment when they perform
again. They return sincere thanks
for the patronage on the Occasion, and
are assured that our publicis grateful.
PENNSYLVANIA Rt` IL ROAD
TIME OF LRATINO" OF TRAINS
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5 151 .11 43 N.llamilton, 344
5 24 11 53 Mt. Union,-
5 31 ..... 12 05 Mapleton 3 29 - .....
5 39 12 15 Mill Creek,— 3 21
5 54 7 00 12 31 607 Huntingdon, 4 581 309 10 80
613 12 511 .....IPetereburg,... 1 2 52
6 20 LI oil 'Barren, 1 2 441
6 27 — I. 13 0 35•Spruceereel~
6 41 1 34 ......1111rminghani, 2 24
8 49 7 63 1 46 G 56 Tyrone, 4 14 2 16 10 07
7 00 2 00 Tipton 2 06
7 05 208 Fostoria, - 201 ......
7 10 2 15 Bell's Mi11v,... 1 57
7258 25 2 401 730 Altoona,. 3'25 1409 35
P.M.' 1. M. P. M. 4. M. P.M. P. IL A. M
The FAST LINE Eastward leaves Altoona at 3 45 ,
A. M., and arrives at Huntingdon at 5 11 A.M. ,
The DAY EXPRESS Eastward leaves Altoona at , - - 8 30
A. m. and arrives at H
Huntingdon P 48 A. M.
Tlie FAST LINE Westward, leaves Huntingdon at
7 40 P. M., and arrive', at Altoona at 8 55 P. IL
Did 'You See the Meteors I
Not those celestial wonders that we
were all deprived of seeing, bat the
meteors of Fashions which throng our
streets with first class goods, that they
purchased at S. E. Henry & Co's. llam.
moth Store, where all who call can be
accommodated with every variety of
fashionable Dry Goods, Fresh Grocer
ies; Hardware, Queensware, Glass,
Salt, Nails, Iron, Paints and Oils of all
Extta White Wl.eat.
hair uud Prima hod
Corn, prime Yellow
.. . .....
Clovereeed, V. 64
CORRECTED WEEKLY DX B. E. lIKNILY , 3 CO
Limps lb.::::. - ....540 (.x.60
flay 7 6 ton ' 14,00
Large Unions >li luns 1,25
Mixed Chop "Al
Potatoes ft bun 50
Plaster per ton . 10,00
Rags as th a
1(30 1 00
Itye Chop ewt 2,00
aye Strew 0 2 bundle 8
:thong . f cwt. 1 - 0
I , Yltuat. Red,
Superfine i'four bl .418,50
Family Floor - 14,50
Apple Butter i 1 ga110u ... 1,1D
1301 . 10 y ' 10
, Buckwheat Meal 11 c0n..3,75
Bran cwt 125
Brooms id dui 3,0880,00
Beeswax %11b 301
Beans E 7. bus 2,00
Cluversued di its 8,00
Chickens 20 to 25
Country Soap-• ' • 10
Corn Deal ...... 2,0,,
Dried Apples ...... ...2,80
Dried Cherries IS guar 5....10
Dried NooloBll BOAS' to 28
Dried Beef '' ." 35
Vecol , 6 t
The following is the list of Common
wealth cases tried last week
Commonwealth vs Joseph Wall. 2
indictments for assault and battery. ---7
Not guilty, and prosecutor pay coats.
Asher Drake, charged with fornica
tion and bastardy. Plead guilty, and
the usual sentence inflicted.
John Akeley, indicted for larceny,
plead guilty and submitted.
Samuel D. Bolinger plead guilty to
a charge of fornication and bastardy,
and submits to the usual sentence.
George W. B. Sipe, indicted for as•
sault and battery, plead guilty, and
sentenced to pay a fine of $1 and costs.
Edward Pergrin, charged,lst, with
assault with intent to commit a rape;
2d, assault. Found guilty and sen
tenced to pay $1 fine and costs, and
undergo imprisonment for two months
in the County jail. •
George Lewis, charged, Ist, with
keeping a bawdy house; 2d, open lewd
ness. Not a true bill, and county pay
Richard Burns, indicted, Ist, for as
sault on an officer; 2d, assault. Found
guilty, and sentenced to pay a fino of
$5 and costs.
Thomas Lloyd, et al, charged with
riot. Found guilty, and sentenced to
pay a fine of $lO each.
Thos. Lloyd, et al, indicted for ma
licious mischief. Nolte prosequi en
tered by District Attorney.
Nicholas Shank, indicted for assault
and battery. Recognizance forfeited.
John Fulton, charged, Ist, with as
sault and battery; 2d, assault. Not
guilty and prosecutor pay the costs:
Richard Burns, indicted for selling
liquor. without license. Continued.
ThihMas Kelly and William Smith,
indictment, nuisance. Continued.
Jefferson Mort, charged with larce
ny, plead guilty and submits.
Anthony Mclntire, et al, charged,
Ist, with riot; 2d, assault and battery.
Continued. Charged also with con
spiracy, but not being a true bill coun
ty pays the costs.
William Bennett, indicted, l.st, with
burglary; 2d, intent to commit larceny.
Nolte prosequi entered on first count,
and, defendant plead guilty, to second.
Daniel Flenner indicted for nuisance
Christain Van Pool, ono of
the oldest mon in all the country, died
on Monday of last week,at his residence
in Half Moon Township, Centro coun
ty. The family possessed no record of
his birth but from his recollections of
occurrences witnessed by him, we aro
led to concur in the general opinion
that his ago ranged somewhere be.
tween 112 and 114 years. The old man
bad a very retentive memory,and was
always happiest when detailing his
reminiscences of years long gone.
Almost every important event of our
late war, proved in his estimation the
counterpart of some action of our rev
olutionary struggle. He had seen, in
common parlance, with his own eyes,
the immortal Washington, the noble
La Fayette, and many others whose
names will live in the memories of
their countrymen, so long as Ameri
can citizens feel a pride in their na
tionality. Old Mr. Van Pool was cer
tainly a living curiosity. Last har
vest, he was seen reaping, and shock
ing grain, in fact making himself - gen
erally useful, and serving as a hand.
In traveling he preferred to walk
rather than ride on horseback, or in
any species of conveyance. He•was
fond of reading, but seldom used spec
tacles. His great ago was most no
ticeable in his defective hearing, and
even this was not • seriously impaired,
'since he:could hear what was said to him
in ordinary tones, by those with whom
he was aCquainted. He said not long
er than last summer, while talking
with the writer of this, that if it were
not for an occasional touch of the rheu
matism, which annoyed him in damp
weather, he would bo as sound a men
as he was at eighty years of ago.
Then, no doubt, he felt that be was in
the prime of ife.—Centrat Press.
Look for "Them Goods."
Mr. Caimon, of the firm of Cunning
ham & Carmon, has gone east to put.
chase new Goods. Joe is A No. lin
buying good Goods to sell cheap.—
Next week the people may expect to
find the new Goods on hand and ready
for the crowd of customers who will
naturally rush for bargains. Don't
forgot the place on Railroad street. *
The Harrisburg Telegraph and a few
other Radical papers in the interest of
Mr. Cameron ; don't think Gov. Curtin
sound enough on the goose to be elec
ted U. S. Senator. With them bo it.
Gam`" For plain, fancy and ornamen
tal printing, call at the "Globe" Office,
ps t , HENRY HARM,'
U 41.-00820 ARCH PHILAD?iePHIA.O.4.:3O
Has a large (deck of FINE
FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
SOLID SILVER WARE,
and SILVER PLATED WARE,
Suitable for Holiday and Bridal Presents
Nov. 15th, by Rev. Thos. Barnhart,
Mr. GEORGE ROLAND, to Miss DIANA
KUKFMAN, both of Cass twp., Hunting
Nov. 15th, by Rev. S. A. Croveling,
Mr. Tiros. J. Baum, to Miss Lizzia
Tnompson, both of Shirleysburg, Hun•
On the - 18th inst., Ly Rev. S. 1y .
T.40V0, Mr. B. F. HEwtrr, [.;Shavers
Creek, to Miss A. M. litiOnc, of the
vicinity of Peterabarg, Hprit. Co. Pa.
:At Huntingdon Fprjace, nu Wed
nesday the 14th inst.; ULAn..A. PORTER,
daughtor of Colonel A., and Jano Keith,
aged 12 years, awl 8 inenths.
The decoased=a particularly bright
and promising girl—was attacked by
an unconquerable disease of the nor.
yens system, and lingered through
seven months, of most painful illness;
bearing her sufferings, with a patience
and meekness, rarely found in more
mature ago. Sho closed her eyes
peacefully - , iq the sloop of death, re•
joicing in bright hope of that better
life, with God. 'Twas hard to part
with her, bin, we feel a blessed comfort
in our sorrow: She if/ at rest W.
75 (j 1,50
NEW CHEAP CASH•STORE
NEW GOODS •
FOR FALL AND -WINTER.
WM. MARCH & BRO.
Respectfully Inform the public generally that they
have Just received a largo and splendid stock of goods at
their store In Huntingdon; cuasistlng In part of
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS, CAPS-TIN WARE,
LADIES' FANCY. P rEnuturN.Gs, •
H 001? SKIRTS,BoNNE - rt4, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW IV A R E,
And In fact everything that Is usually kept in a first clots
store,- all which were bought low for cosh and will,
sold ut correspondingly low prices for cash, or country
produce. nod request the public to glee us a call Were
purchasing elsewhere, feeling satisfied we can otter supe
rior inducements to cosh Impure.
We respectfully solicit the patronage of all, and the
public are cordially Invited to examine cur goods.
Eve:11111.1g taken in exchange fur goods except prorat
W3l. 3IARCH h 11110.
Huntingdon, oct. 31, 1860.
, NEW GOODS.
D. P.. bWIN
INFORMS 11IJL PUBLIC
THAT lin HAS
SPLENDII STOOK of NEW GOODS
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS' AND QUALITY
COME AND SEE.
' ; 'D. P. GWIN,
11/IS JUST OPENEiO4. FINE STOCK OF NNW
FALL AND - WINTER GOOD'S,
Which he offers to all who want to be
L G.T E D
AT PRICE TO SUIT TIIE TIMES
lIIn Stock .cottalst...l newly-mode Clothing for
SOOTS AND mop:F., HATS AND CASS, &C,, AC.
Should gentlemen I leelro any particular kind or cut
clothing not !blind in the stack on hind, by loaning thel•
meneure they can be accommodated at .hart notice.
Cell at the cast corner of the Diamond, over Long`,
!tontlngdon oc. 31,'6c. •
CHEAP GROCERY STORE.
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON, PA.
THE undersigned offers for the in
spect ion and purchase of customers a lar g e and ne
sorted stock of Groceries, Provisions, &c. flu feels satis
fied they can ho accomodatcd with anything In his lino,
Ills prices aro low, and his stock fresh and good. Ile
keeps the beet of
SUGAR, COFFEE, '
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, &c:
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES,
MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR,
FISH, CHEESE, FLOUR RICE,
And NOTIONS of every kind.
A select stock of DRY GOODS, together with QUEENS.
WARE, and all other articles -kept in a well re g ulated
establishment for eats al reaeonable prices.
Ills store is on 11111 iffreet, nearly opposite the
Bunk, and in the room formerly occupied by D. Grote.
Call and examine. Z. YENTER..
oe. 31, 1801 '
READ AND BE:POSTED!
TO THE NEII 7 4Y , MARRIED
AND ALL IN WANT OF
New Filfrittlife &c.
THE undersignecl . would respectfully
J. announce that lie mannfactnres' and keeps constantly
on hand a large and splendid amortment of
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES
WASII AND CANDLE STANDS,
Windsor‘ond cane seat chairs. cnplioards, gilt and logo.
Moulding for mirror and 'datum (mines, and n vari
ety of articles not mentioned, at vices that cannot fail to
lie satisfactory. •
He is 111.111v:it for the well known Bailey 3: Decamp
patent spring Bed Bottom. . •
The public are Invited to call end examine his stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
Work and sales man on Hill street, near Smith, ono
door west of Tenter's store. . .
Huntingdon, Aug. 1,1866
N 8 19
FALL AND WINTEIR,
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentlemen's Clothing of the beat materia4and made
in the heat workmanlike manner, call at
oppiaiita can Franklin Moue in Market Square, Hunting ,
7Guctingdon Oct. 31; 'GO. •
GREAT ENTHUSIASM !
111011 PRICES SURRENDER ! !
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
JOJIN IL WESTBROOK V‘
Reilieetfully informs thO dilzefic cf . /Huntingdon and
vlcliiity.thatho bits Just tecelyed konilhe city a'NEw and
splendid stock of '
BOOTS & SHOES; HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Fini6'ngs; Carpet Sacks,.
Trunh,s, &e.; &c., &c.
ell of which he is prepared to tell at reduoed prices.
A lot of choice CONFECH'fQ:YratIES hove aisd been re
ceived. • • •
Don't forgot the old stand i n the Diamond. Old cued?.
mere and thu public getierally are invited to call.
Huntingdon, oct. 31, 18t30.•
TIRESS BUTTONS TRIMMINGS,
1 . /or the latest styles, Bea Ribbon and Buckles, He.
wry, Glove,, Edgings, Neißings, &c., at •
• B. E. HENRY & CO.
ATIMM.ICBLIA, Barley, Rico, Horn
y .7, t
tiNITEID STATUES .
Authorized WAR CLAIM AGENCY
W. H. WOODS,
AUTHORIZED GOVERNM'T AGENT,
And Attorney for &Miens and their Friend:
Ito will prosecute and collect, with unlimited succese,
Soldiers' Claims and Dues of all lands: Also, 'any, other.
kind of Claim against the Occernment, before any of the
$lOO ADDITIONAL BOUNTY !
NEW BOUNTY LAW BAELSBD !
Attention, Discharged Soldiers!
The Act of Congress approved July 28, 1800. giros $lOO
additional bounty to nil soldiers who enlisted for three
years nod were discharged by reason of expiration'of
service, or who were dischargetl for eventide received in
battle and who have not received more than $lOO bounty
for such service. An additional bounty of $lOO Is also al.
lowed to the nearest relative of soldiers who enlisted for
a term of three years and who ailed or were killed In the
service, to be paid In the following order: First, to the
widow ; second, to the children; third, to the falter, sad
fourth, to the mother.
Ily applying to W. 11. Woods, of Huntingdon, Hunting
don comity, Pit., you Cillt have your plosions increased
two dollars it mouth for each end orory child you have,
null when the widow has married or died, tlio children nro
entitled to the increase.
To ell who here brought home the bodies of their
friends who died or were killed in the carrion of the [hilted
States, there is a certain menet of compensation allowed
you for the expenses Inourrra in bringing borne the bo
dies of your friends, wh.ch you can obtain by making ap
plication to me.
Invalid Soldiers, Attention I
The act of Cougre,,s, approved June 8, 1860, gives addi
tional pensions to the following class ofporsons:
Soldiers who have lust both oyes or both honds, s2h
per month; who hove lost bolt, feet $2O per month; who
have lost ono hand or one foot, or totally disabled In the
same, $l5 per month.
Persons who have been deprived of their pensions In
consequence of being In the civil service of the United
States Governmsut, can be restored to the pension roll by
applying to me.
Fathers and mothers who were in whole or in part de
pendent upon their more for support are entitled to a pen
don. Also brothers and sisters under sixteen years of age
All discharged soldiers who did not receive tea reports•
tier to their places of enlistment when discharged, aro
entitled to receive it; and also all who were hold as priso
ners of war, end did not receive commutation of rations
when released or discharged, are entitled to it.
Officers who were in the service on the 3d of March,
1365, and were discharged after the 11th of April, 1565, by
applying to me cod receive three months extra pay.
Soldiers of 1812 I
All soldiers, or soldiers' widows, of the war of 1812,
who have sorved two months, or been wonnded or disabled
In such service, if in necessitous circums , ances, are enti
tied to a.O annuity of $46.
All veteran soldiers who gave their credit to districts in
the State of Pennsylvania, and who received no local
bounty, are entitled to receive three hundred dollars.
All persons having any of the above mentioned claims,
or any other kind of claim against the United States or
State Governments, will please address me, giving full
particulars, enclosing a stamp for return postage, and
they will receive a prompt reply.
W. H. WOODS,
Authorized Array and Navy Il'ar•Ctaia, Agent.
n 11,115,3866 Ilusurnonwx,
ANOTHER FRESH SUPPLY
Canned Peaches, Tomatoor, Pens
. 05,1. C9Ol
Spiced Lobster, Oysters, Chow chow, Worcestersbiro
cooed, Preach Mustard, Horse Radish, Pepper sauce, Cat
sup, Olive Oil, kc., kc cud
. „ All Icings of, qyrups,
ns x trnwborry, blackberry; .ka
CALL . AND SEE.
Ilasjust returned from tho cast with alildle
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, t•GC.,
Which ho offers to (ho inspection of his customers and
tho public g enerally. Ile will sell his stock at the most
and thase wlio purchase one's will surely call O g aln.
BOOTS & SIIOES MADE TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING dono in tho neatest awl moltospedi
thous manner. ' • • .
Call upini-Mr. Schaeffer at his shop on 11111 street, a
few doors west of tho Diamond. wy2
N IAGARA FIRE • INSURANCE
COMPANY, OF NEW YORK,
QFFICS, 12 Wen =Err.
Cash Capital, $1,000,000. Surplos,l27o,ooo.
Total Assets, 11,270,000
Tide Company insures against all,losa or damago by firo.
inland navigation, trammortation, &c. The co,‘ of Maur.
ing in this ompany is no more then the first east would
bo in these entail Mutual Compauleer.
With no Assessments!
This Company is made safe by the State laws of New
York, which is not the mitt with the Pennsylvania luau
J.D. STEELE. President, P. NOTHAM,Sseretary
HENRY KIP, Supt. of 4.gencles.
ANDREW JOHNSTON, Agent.
myl-am Huntingdon, Penna.
Office formerly occupied by W. If. Woods, Esq., 11111 et
swl 5.6 1 *. 1
„4•,: L ti z5 k. 0 .,.. 4 Tg le
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In•
Z.l" 1 30 1
Respectfully invites the attention of the Public to his
shunt on Hill et., Huntingdon, in the rear of George W
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry store, where he manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prim. Per.
sons wishing to purchase, will do Well to giro him a call.
Repairing of all kinds attended to promptly and charges
VZ" Also, Undertaking catriod and Collins made In
nay style desired, at short notice.
The subscriber loos a
..VE AND ELEGAIrT HEARSE,
and is proposed to attend Funorale at any side. In •town
or country. . J. 81. WISE.
Huntingdon, Slay (I, 1866-tf
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,
Will do more and better work at a
given mt., thou arty other Try it! Mouttfitcturedonly by
Who!reale Drug, Paint'bod glatre Deotem
No. 137 North It:, DiIiLAP&
A beautiful assortment of PUOW
v4RAPH ALBUMS just received And
BUSINESS MEN, TAKE'NOTICR.
It you want yqu'r card neatly printed on cure!
oyes, call at
LEWIS' 8008 AND STATIONERY STEOR.
set' For neat 408 PRINTING, call at
the "Gconr, - Jou Pai?;urtirriCiTrcE," at Ilan
~DOTS AND SHOE% of ovary va
rioty at CUNNINGIOM CARDION,S.
CHOICB. Teas, Cnfrgti., Sugars and
foc Ear,' at Lewis' ramify Grorcery.
AT LEWIS' BOOR STORE
THE PER FECTI&'( Of 41E.DICAL SCIENCE.
Dr; i toott': Elotriojirair Reiliter.4.
. , .
It Is a positive cure f,r fluidness.
It restore rblvay,ltair to its original color.
It fa a Tonia, mt it - ilyvond acts upon the decrotfonl,
It I minedietely arrests falling out of the halr, „
It alleviates Neuralgia end Heed:lefts. •
It radfcalimuies DaridVutTnrid Minions. '
It keetie - th e scalp healtify,.clean and ceek,"'"o
- is an elegant and exfinisitely , fragtant Utik Dressing
It restores, cultivates end beautifies the hair .:
It makes hutch heir flexible and lustrous: r;
"Tr„.Lcon's Electric Hair 'Renewer has enjoyed a high.
!mat reputation for ninny yearn.-.lto monitorial restora
tive Ara invigorating• properties are wolf JEnowil - to the
, hledleal Faculty of Philadelphia. • . • ,
- Being .fully sallsfled•of the - merit* of,•Lebn'esyleetrie
Bair" Renewer we hare procured excinsivo ownership
and ire determined that °Very hciusoliOld In our land
alto II bare opportunity to reap lts benefits. •
DR. LEON'S INFANT RE JUDY
A most delicioneend °Maidens ecru a for the 'Various Ills
to which Infanta and Yount Children are subject.
Invaluable for Teethini ,qhildron !
It softens tho game, abates infinnintatkui, Invigorates
the stomach nod bowels, correcEs oddity, and Is a sure
and speedy core for Colic, Cramps and Windy Paine.
A•meet _excellent preparation for children - ore restleis
and fretful habiti and its' ail b 04104 of LooSeness, Griping,.
Vomiting, or other inward grief, It gives immediate ease.
Used for more than half a century In the private practice
clone of the most eminent, physicians of Philadelphia.
• In now placing this natal° within the reach of all our
countrymen, we would remark that we know it to he a
Remedy of unrivaled excellence and that it has proved
In thousands of cases, as we are resolved it shall In mil
lions, a priccleas boon. •
For gale by Druggists everywhere.
'SILVER'S `WASH POWDER !
SAVES TIME, _LABOR, MONEY.
Makes Washing a Pastime and Mon
day a Festival.
SOLD EVERYWICKRE. TRY I 1
Addreas ordera for any of tho above to
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
n0144y SOLE PROPRIEWRS.
131Nth.Lrcl St., Philadolphta
J. E. CALDWELL *CO.,
JEWELERS & SILVER-SMITHS,
822 CHESTNUT ST.,
Aro opening a very full list of the prodnetions of foreign
Industry and art, of their own selection in•lturopeart cap
ital; including a groat variety of articles of use and orna
BRONZE, BRONZE AND GILT, GILT
AND CRYSTAL, .CU2 GLASS,- DE-
CORATED LEATHER AND
BRIDAL, OPERA& PARTY FANS,
Of every variety and price.'
FRENCH" MANTEL (MGM
VASES. FIGURES mid CANDELABRAS.
In great variety; and all warranted.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY, •
A large and very Choice seltiction.
• SILVER-IVA RE,
An incretued . line of Bich Articles for Bridal Gifts and
. • • .
From the best Englishland Manufactnrers,
comprihing attogetheia iolleCtion• attractive it, beauty,
complete in detail, and moderate in price. n014.2m
SALISBURY,. BRO. & CO.,
EXTENSIVE MINUFACTURERS and IMPORTERS
Gold, Plated ad bide Jewelry,
SOLID AND NICKEL
American, English and Swiss
CASED DV OURSELVES, and el'eri descriptlon of
Fancy Goods & Yankee Notioni,
Xepeoially adapted , AND designed fur'Senrunax WDST
Circulars and full descriptive Price Llste sent free.
Agents wanted everywhere. Address
SALISBURY, BRO. & CO.,
51 I.IOIIItANCI3 STRICia,
Provldenco.• L •
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Ladies' Long Jet Rains,
SENT TO ANY ADDRESS FOR $l.OO
Jet Ear-Rings, Price 50 Cts.
GENTS' VEST CHAINS,
PRICE 50 CENTS.
259 Maiket St., Philadelphia
1:0_. All sent by mail
"OPPOSITE TIIE BUTTONWOOD TREB."
HERTZLER & GUION,
(Successors to John; Bertzler,)
ORTERS mip DEALERS IN
VST .IV e
Ms' I TT 0
NO. 821 MARKET ST , PRILAVA,-
lIARRYII ERTZLER. . OEO. A. OUION.
oc3l 401 BUBBLER'S II m; BITTERS FOR SALE.
500 CANVASSERS WANTED
• . Dr. J'enning's Great Work,
The - Horse. au ~Other. Live. Stock,
Tho'best subscription book in the tnotkot, contaiiiing
ovorl2oo pages, with more thou 200 Illustratioos, strong
ly bound in leather. • • .
gives acomploto description of Horses, Cattle, h
Swine and Poultry, with their various dideases
dies. Good and reliable ogonti,warited in ever
borhood. Fortlrdulars, terms, 11c., address
BARTLMSON .4 CO., ,
noll•lot • 011 Chentnnt ot., Phtladal
WM. MENCKE.4 - ;li.ROTffyli
NO. s ' ).t ARCa STICKET,
.1111olesnle and ltotall Dpiitept its
E KYR S,
EKEROIDERIES FINE KNIT q 09113, pereon4lfy ,alec
. • .ted I n ' Eufope.
Germantown WOOLS, Cashmera YARNS, Etc.,
Latent atyles iu hatlie's, Dram -and Cloak
DuDung, Drop Frigges, Igres,'ShavnNtdere, Ste.
White embroidered Bands, etc.
Thu gouda befog, tin carefully eeleettal our Wit ggggt
Department diem great inglucemente to the teal,. g
TIIO3IAS EI. Kenn, )YnttAM Oaee,
General Partner. Special Partner.
THOMAS M. KgRR,
NO. 143 NfARICI32' BTREtIT,
Country produce sold on commiseion. ap2Z-ly
fIOTTON CHAIN, Carpet Chain,
kicotto t , Lap' wick ] T F ., Yarn,.tc., at
40 . $. E. HENRY 5: ca.
- EYRE &LANDELL r
FOURTH ,k.ARCJI STREETS,
Ilave now complete,' their illlpraynnentan ¢ go now of ,
tering , withe (lest
; UAL STOCK OF F. LL pivY gpoDs.
ripe stock of SHAWLS,
Fiii'stsick of SILKS,
Fine stbek of DRESS GOODS;.
Fine stock of WOOLENS,:
Fine stoeti,of STAPLE GOODS,
iFingotpelF of t.opl. GOODS;
Ntt::'l4'estft4 dirilre le goods deity met red, Au* gold
arutlitadraikda 141191e:tie.. • ,:; t; ge;(1-6t
puRE LIB :MTV Will-r:WITEAD,
Preferred by all practical Mutt:tat- Try II t and
you will him neuth r. Manufactured only by
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug,Palnt & Ghtss.Di3alers,
No. 187 .Nth. Third st., Philada
TVIN'S Putout 11.4 M Cift,q4'l,llS.!
or Crimping and. TVatitng'l : Ales Hair
NO NEAT REQUIRED IN lISINO THEM
• Ask your storekeepers for• than. If-he does not keep
them, write to the manufacturer E. IVINS, Pikile et. end
Cotreaties, revenue, Philadelphia. - • • se26.6en
LUMBER.' . LUMBER.
nowii ready to the
1 and is
ALL .KINDS OF LII3III3ER,
COMPRISING ALL THE DIFFERENT GRADES,
From callings up to the clear stuff,
. Prom 9 months to 2 years dry!
- • Aims,
-_ 7 PLASTERING • LATH ;
JOINT AND .LAP :
_ BUILDING STUFF AND PLANS.
WORKED FLOORING, WEAVIER-DOARDING,-
DOORS, VINDOWTRANES, SASHES,
at reasonable prices. '
Now is the time to buy: Laura the Spring rash, as
Lumber is alicady AdvAnclOg, an d dry' lumbar le a icarae
CHAS. 11. ANDERSON.
STEAM PEARL • MILL,
IN COMPLETE RUNNING ORDER
FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF FLOUR
The patronoieet the town and country to respeotrul4
GRAYS, of every description,
Boizght nt this mill
Iluatlagdou, May 2,18a6
1000 BUSHELS WHEAT
Wanted at Steam Pearl
my 2 MoCATIAN & 80N.
NEW: GOODS.! .'-NEW:GOODS!
:BROKE-OUT IN A NEW PLAOE.
NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, NEW FIRM.
• , .
BOYER & CARNER . .
Would rospectfull! Inform the publip that they bavo.lAst
NEW4TORE GRANTSVIZLE, (Harkin/mfg . 4( o H4ii)
Consisting . of Groceries of all kinds, Dry Romig, such RA
prints, netwlins do, lathes, kc.; Hardware, Queensvrao,
and a large lot ' of Shoes at reduced pvites; Capp,,
Tinware, salt, fish, woodeic and willow wore, drugs a u
etationery, which they are prepared to Bell at:very low
prices to tkois Who will favor us with a call, .
BOYER & OARED4I,.
Grantsville, Hay .10, 1806,
NEW BOOT AND SHOT STQII.II.
WM. AFRICA • -.
ope n n r :,l7: Il t i h m e oge bi t:L i l at et: LI% kri b ,442
APR Huntingdon, • • • • •• - •
A Fine Assoduie,nt of. all kinds.of
' BOOTS' AND SHOES .
For Ladlea; Gentlemen
All of iThict : lmi pricea. quick rain awl;
mai/profile. Call and examine my stock.
Manufacturing and Repairing dono to order as
Huutingdon,April 10, 10130.
MT' 7iCCWIEI W. 21.14 2- 1 12
A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH ,LIKENESS,,
DONNELL & KLINE'S,
On Hill Street, two doors wee of
Lewis' Book Store.
CALL AND SEE - SPECIMENS. ,
Huntingdon, Oct 4, 'O6-t(.
TO.. THE LADIES. '
The best assortment of
Just received this day from New York and fd'iFinie at the
cheap cash store of WM. hlAltUtt &
A spl'endid a s sortment of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
FANCY TRIMMINGS AND BUTTONS
Just received this day from Ngsy Yotk and for solo chew;
at [mayl WM: MAI= &
PDEE LIBERTY WHITE ,tEAD,
The Whitest, the most durable and the molt oponoralca
Try , it I Ilacturautured ,
• - ZIEGLER .46"
Wholenla Drug, Paint d Olara-Dealerei
au24,ly . . 137. North Ildrd st;.Pbileda.
EVERYBODY MUST LIVE
LEWIS' FAMILY GROCERV.
. 'rho tied of eyerythlng will be constantly kept on band
and cold at the prices possible. Quick 'pled and,
FLOUR ! FLOUR,!
The best roar, by.tho barrat or auallet•lttattlits icc
sale at Loartaienmity -
IE iYOU WANT the BEST SYRUT",
go to CONNINOII/ . 014 CARRION'S.
SOAPS ; • AND. CANDLES.
IV . ashleg and !Allot Soaps—the best hinds—for sale at
A xrtr. GROCERY:
The best always fot eaWat
' • • ' A3ll LY GROCERY,
Canneß Frit aid Veleta
Alwoya on hand of taivia , Fainlfillroaeris
L VERY FA. WILY
Will find at LawletvPimiify drOcory,oi•ry,
articlo uapnlly -kept In Bret. CitV3S drool) , store-. :04i.
for what you wont. . .
111Lixtee ~ eat.
Mine° Meat, a prhoo urticlo ready for lise, fur gale by
the pound at Lewis' Family Grocery.
CHOICE , CANDIES
Mall kinds, tor nak . wkolerte and reloil at
Co's Fomily Procary.
.21.R.PETS : Ingrain, IRtg, Girthing
and Ileipp Carpets, hoer and Table Oil Cloth, door
mats an I pugs at , 8. E. IVORY & CO.
-IBA:Justices' and . Constables'. Feq
le - for ealO at-.Lievvis'.l,igo44
McP4U4N 1 4 SON