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Wednesday morning, Dec. 12, 1866.
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
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Advertisements (puffs or notices)
published in local columns at ten cents
a lino single insertion, counting seven
words to a lino.
—Our "little friend's" communica
tion will appear next week.
—David Learner shot a she bear and
!her Pro rubs on the mountain near
.Reaver Darn, Blair county, on Friday.
—The weather has been very change
-able for the past few days. The won
rier is when are we going to have that
"severe winter" prognosticated.
—Pork sold in thii place last week
at S cis. per pound. Wo think specu
lators "counted without their host" in
this commodity this season.
—On account of the decline of Gold
_March & Bro. have reduced their price
of Goads. A new stock just received.
Give them a call.
—Our young and clever friend Jno.
A. Willoughby returned last week from
Colorado territory. We are pleased
to note that he has met with success.
He intends returning, and we hope him
.continued good luck.
—C. 11. Miller & Son have opened
out a now leather store, in connection
with their tannery, two doors west of
the Presbyterian church in this place,
and will be pleased to receive the pat
ronage of the trade.
—The gentleman cow is to continue
public property. A motion before
Council on Saturday night to sell him
was defeated. If report be true, he is
a b'hoy, and is not particular where he
:goes in for something to eat.
—A fire was discovered about cloven
o'clock on Monday sight of last week
inlthe each house, in the rear of the
. 14i1, in this place. The flames were
extinguished before any great damage
wai, inflicted. The fire originated
from hot ashes having been thrown in
understand that a party in
-this place have purchased the effects
of the Shirleysburg Herald office, and
intend starting a paper at Mt. Union,
this county. There, appears to be
truth in rumor, if we can judge from
the fact that the Herald has not come
to us for several weeks.
—We were in error last week in sta
ting that the dedication of the new col
ored church in this place would be on
Friday, the 14th. The church' will be
.dedicated on Sunday next, the 16th, at
2 o'clock in the afternoon, by Bishop
Williams. Our citizens are invited
BO expected to contribute liberally.
—The Huntingdon *Brass Cornet
and the Bell Ringers' Silver. Cornet
Bands gave a public. musical enter
tainment in front of the Exchange Ho
tel, to a large crowd, Saturday evening
last Both bands showed to advantage,
our LoYs not being in the least behind
their worthy competitors. By the by,
oughtn't the Huntingdon Band to have
—The "immortal philosopher J. N."
paid a visit last week to Jeff. Davis,
located at Fortress Monroe. After ex
pounding his theory to him for a short
time, and ondeaioring to "lift the veil
and remove the pressure" he was con
ducted unceremoniously from His Ma
jesty (?) Davis' presence. He has had
the satisfaction of seeing his views ex
Aah Miller, the new postmas
ter at this place, has removed the post
office to the old Broad Top corner.—
This is not a very convenient or desi•
ruble locality, but the successive pro
prietors of that untenable position are
obliged to move it wherever they can
find room. Our citizens would not
nor postmasters either, if we had
a permanent post-office. We don't
pelievo in rotary post-offices.
—The building of a Towd Hall is
: again all the talk with those of our
citizens who were badly disappointed
in not hearing the Peak Family per
formance. Whorl the foundation of
the building is ready for the brick we
will let our readers know that they
may go and see. Huntingdon should
have a good market house and town
hall. Make them the questions at the
—Disappointed--The Peak Family
of Bell Ringers, and our citizens gene
rally. When the company arrived
here on Friday they discovered that
the County. Commissioners had passed
a resolution closing the Court Room
against all shows or exhibitions. We
suppose there would be no ohjectons
to occupying the room occasionally for
the amusement of our citizens it it was
possible to keep mischievous boys and
young men from damaging the falmi
tore and taking charge generally of the
room when occupied for such purpose.
Can again be bad at Lewis' Book
Store. Orders by mail shall receive
The Troubles of a Troupe
In our last week's issue we announ
ced that the Peak and Berger Family
of Bell Ringers would give an enter
tainment in the Court House, on Fri
day and Saturday evenings. The
troupe came, saw, but did not conquer,
as will bo seen hereafter. The first
thing to be done was to fit up the
Court Room for the exhibition, and
accordingly they went to the Clerk for
the keys, but ho informed them of the
determination of the Commissioners
not to let any thing of a public nature
within the Room. Then the fun com
menced. All the Bell Ringers wore
here, and the question was to leave or
not to leave. Fortunately, or unfor
tunately, some of our citizens interest
ed themselves in behalf of the troupe,
and one or two were persuaded to pen
etrate Oneida township, about fire
miles in the country, and endeavor to
got the consent of the Chief of Commis
sioners, Mr. Jacob Miller. The earnest
solicitation of our citizens and the lib
erality of the troupe had no effect on
the resolute firmness of Jacob. The
party returned and informed the citi
zens that the troupe could not exhibit
in the Court House that evening—Fri
day. The next day, renewed efforts
were made to shako the indomitable
determination - of Mr. Miller, and not
withstanding the other two commis
sioners had been telegraphed for and
had partially consented, Mr. Miller
would not yield. Tho troupe thinking
all efforts useless in convincing "such
a man," after a little further prospect
ing, concluded to leave the town, with
out giving a concert. ThiS occurrence
elicited a great deal of discussion
amongst our citizens. The sympathy
was about epially divided between the
troupe and Mr. Miller. All regretted
however that the troupe could notgivo
their entertainment, and had met with
such a, disappointment, while not a few
admired the "heroic valor" of Mr. Mil
ler. Wo aro with the class that are
sorry the troupe was disappointed and
yet give credit to Mr. Miller, for arous
ing such a degree of agitation on the
subject of erecting a town-hall. It is
now certain that the Court House will
not be used hereafter for entertain
ments, and if our people must enjoy
themselves and be on a par with other
towns, we say they should , have a ball.
We have discussed this subject hereto
fore in our columns and the recent
event has only confirmed our convic
tions. Let us have a Hall, and fur
ther difficulty will be avoided.
The Swiss Bell Miners
The anticipations and hopes of poor
humanity are constantly subject to dis
appointment. This deplorable fact
has been obviously demonstrated here
by the County Commissioners refusing
our Court Houso to. the' Treupo of
Swiss 801 l Ringers, when we were all
on the qui vice to hear. While thus
musing rather depondingly in our
sanctum on the frailty of our hopes a
happy thought struck us, and with all
dispatch we hastened to S. E. Henry
& Co's Mammoth Store, where they
constantly keep an endless variety of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Ladies Furs, Cloaks and Shawls,
Cedarware, Qucensware, &c., &e. And
being satisfied that we could not ask
the gentlemanly proprietors for any
thing but what they could promptly
furnish, we quietly bought a ..'penny
whistle" for our oldest Boy, and wended
our way home moralizing thus, "Life
is real, life is earnest," &c., &c.
Some days ago we were invited to
call at the depot of a traveling store
for cheap goods. Many of our c iti zens ,
as usual, patronized the concern, pur
chased freely, and afterwards some of
them learned that they had been pur
chasing goods furnished by a regular
dealer in this place. Of course the
traveling merchant had to have a pro-
fit and it came off his customers who
thought they were buying cheaper
from him than they could from the
home merchant who furnished the
goods. Some people deserve to bo
"sold" occasionally, especially the few
who are always ready to receive, but
seldom, if ever, feel inclined to bestow
favors. The true rule to adhere to, to
build up Your. town and its citizens, is
to deal with your citizens for every
thing you want, if it is possible you
can be accommodated as well, or nearly
so, by giving them the preference.
Now Temperance Paper.,
We received the first cumber of the
Leader, a new temperance paper pub
lished at Hollidaysburg, Blair county,
by John H. Keatley, Esq. It is a folio,
seven columns to a page, and shows
signs of mechanical taste, as well as ed
itorial ability. We hope the editor
success, and to insure success to a wor
thy object of this nature, those in favor
of the temperance cause, whether in
Orders or not, should patronize it lib
erally. The terms of the paper are
$2,00 a year for single copy, and $1,50
for clubs of ten or more.
Who Can Boat It
Mr. David W. Witldsmith, of Oneida
township, raised the past season on a
tWelith part of an acre, potatoes worth
$l2, and turnips worth $28,20—540,00.
That's good farming. Can it be beat ?
AWll.on. A. A. Barker will please
accept our thanks for several volumes
of valuable documents.
Lr demand, Warm overcoats and
the place to select goo is from 11. Ro
man's large stock.
4§,l?..ead uety rstdvertiAomets
A saa Accident.
A sad accident occurred about a mile
below Tipton, Blair County, Thursday
Dec. 6th. The particulars aro as fol
lows. As Mr. Wm. McClelland, Sr.,
an old and respected citizen of this vi
cinity was returning to his home, from
a neighbors, where ho had been butch
ering, be was walking on the South
track when a freight train came along
with several of the hind cars uncoupled
following a few rods behind. Mr. Mc-
Clelland stepped off the track to let it
pass, but being hard of hearing and
supposing all the train had passed, he
stepped on again as the latter part of
the train reached him, which knocked
him down. The cars passing over him,
cut off part of his right foot, and other
wise horribly mangling him, causing
instant death. The deceased was 67
years of age, and leaves a largo family
to mourn his sudden death.
A Roy /Killed
On Wednesday night, the 28th ult.,
about ten o'clock, a row took place
among the boys employed at the roll
ing mill of B. M. Johnston, in this
place. The watchman had put John
Jones, aged 13 years, to watch the
other boys. Milton Stevens, aged 16
years,'son of Benjamin Stevens, took
a piece of brass casting and concealed
it. Jones reported the fact to the
watchman, who made Stevens show
him where he had concealed it. Ste
vens then attacked Jones, and said he
would whip him, for tel ing on him.
Jones told him he could whip him, but
if ho undertook it, ho would hit him.
As Stevens approached him, Jones
threw a: small piece of iron at him
which struck him in the temple, cans
ing his death in a few minutes.—/Tol
Gen. Frazer, President of the Agri
cultural College of Pennsylvania, has
been delivering in various portions of
the State a lecture on Education and
the Agricultural College, which is very
highly spoken of. lie will lecture in
the Court House, in this place, on Tues
day evening, Doc. 18th, at 7 o'clock.
Ou Fl iday night last, B. Ti. Buckley
of Altoona, engaged as a brakeman on
a freight train, fell from the cars in the
vicinity of Mapleton Station, was run
over and instantly killed. His remains
were taken to Altoona. He leaves
a wife and three children to mourn his
"Osw used they recommend them
selves," the Teas and Coffees sold at
Lewis' Family Grocery.
P 111311: Prunes, Raisins, Currants,
Citrons, &s., &e., for sale at Lewis' Fam
EXTRA Buckwheat Flour and Corn
Meal for sale at Lewis' Family Gro-
HENRY HARPER, -- P
g'1!1 , M5.20 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA.
Has a large sleek of FINI
PINE GOLD JEWELRY,
SOLID SILVER WARE,
and SILVER PLATED WARE,
Suitable for _Holiday and Bridal Presents
PIMA DELPRIA, Dee. 9, ISO
The following were the pricei in market this morning:
Apples, 25 to 40c per half peck; butter, 45 to Gue por lb;
chickens, 10 to 22c per lb; cranberries, 16 to 18c per quart;
cabbag ft to 10c per bend; celery, sto 10c per bunch;
ducks, 230 per lb; eggs, 42 to 50c per oloz; geese, Itic per lb;
hominy, 12e per quart, Ina 200 per lb; potatm.s, 20 to 25c
per hat( peck; pumpkins, 10 to 23c each; onions, 12 to IBc
per half peck; roast heel. 33 to 25c per th; sirloin steaks,
20 to 30c per th; mutton, 8 to 20c per lb; pork 14 to 200
per lb; partridges. 40 to 50c per pair; rabbit to, 25c per pair;
squirrels, eo to Mc per pair;e,i
, 10 to tae per lb;
turnips, LO to 20c per half pock ; tur keys, 23 to 23c per 16;
and real, 8 to 18c per lb.
Family Flout, $11,50 CS 13,60; Exlrn, $O, el 10,30;
porfine, $5,50; Fancy brands, $l4 (",-!) 15,50; Ityo Hour,
$7,15; Extra Whito Whmt, s3,tto (!) 3,30; Fair Primo
$2,55; nye, $1:30 nia 1 ,4U; New Corn, 93 els. $1,00;
Old Corn, $1,15; Oats, 50 etc. Barley, $1,32; Cloverieol,
$9,50 6:010,25 ;- Timothy. $3,50; FlaxAetl, $3,15.
PITTCIII;C.GII, llte.B, 1(60.
Floor, SWO to 12,50 ns to (panty. 15'llnat, $2 50 to
2,00. Coro, DSc to $l. Rye, ..1, 20 to 1,30. Onts, IS tolo
CORRECTED WEEKLY RV S. E. HENRY ,1 CO.
Superfine Flour 9 hl 411,50
Extra ' , lour 14,00!
Faniilr Flour 14,00
Buckwheat Meal IR cwt.. 3,75
Bran cwt 1,25
Browns - 1,0 dui 3,0004,,0
Beeswax y 3 ib 30
Beans 13 bus 0 00
Cluverseed lb. 0.00
Chickens '2O to
Country Soap 10
Corn Meal , E 1 cwt.— ....... 2,0.31
Dried Apples ib lb ...... —2,501
Dried Cherries quart. —lO,
Dried l'eoehet 1311..18 to 25
• Flax.geoll 52,75
flop,. - El lb ...... . ..... 40 i 60
I lianl '5
flay tgl ton 14,00
Large Onions 7$ bus 1,25
Mixed (lop '2,00
Potnt °vs V bus .7.5
Plaster per ton . 10,00
lingo V. lb 4
nye (Imp -0 cwt 0
tlyt. Straw 1 , , bundl, S
:Shorts - 6 Cot 1,:0
l'nllow 10 0 12
Tarkep 75 0 1.50
IWbent Red...... ............ 2,56
Wheat White 2,90
tt'ool V lb 45
IVJEC:3 O .I%T3O - W I .
ECONOMY IS MONEY SAVED 1
The snbscriber is permanently located in Ilnntingdon,
❑ul is prepared to purchase, or repair in the'
best style, and expeditiously, broken
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
All articles intrusted to him will be ieturned to the
residence of the owner as soon as repaired. Umbrellas
and parasols for repair can be left at Lewis' Book store.
may2,lB66tf W3l. FENTDIAN.
Wonderful Scientific Discovery
For the Treatment of Acute and Chronic
The undersigned would respectfully call tho attention
of the afflicted females of Huntingdon county, nod the
adjoining counties, that I have taken instruction in the
correct application of Electricity, and (1111 now fully pre•
pared to operate successfully for the cure of persons affec
ted with tho following named diseases, viz:
General Debility, 'Neuralgia,
Kidney Complaints, . I Nervous Diseases;
Liver ‘• Female Weakness,
Spinal Affection, files nod Gravel,
Costiveness, Bronchial Affection,
Foul Stomach, Dyspepsia,
Diseases of tho Womb, Diabetes,
Suppressed Menses, Goiter, or Big Neck.
Female patients can receivo treatment at lily residence
for any of the above licenses with the wonderful discos.
ery of Electricity; which is without a parallel, and the
very desideratum for the aftlictyd. Please give us a trial.
It is a mild operation, producing no abode or unpleasant
sensation. and relieves where mediciro has no effect at all.
Newton llanillto n, Mifflin co., Ea.
MOLASSES AND SYRUPS!
Loyeriug's Best and otnnr syrups, New Orleans, Porto
Mona - ad. Sugar Ilouso Molassos, far salolst.Lenis Fnmily
NEW CHEAP CASH STORE
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
WM. MARCH & BRO.
Respectfully Inform the politic generally tliat they
hero Jun received n lug, and splendid stock of goods at
their .store In Huntingdon, c alsisting in part of
Dity . GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, TINWARE,
I,A.DIES' FANCY TRIMAIINGS,
HOW' SKIRTS, BONNETS, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW W A R B,
QU EENSWARE, HARDWARE,
C R AC, K E RS, NOTIONS,
GLASS, NAILS, :
Also CARPETS and OILi-CLOTII,
And In fact everything that is usually kept in a first class
store, nll which wero bought low for risk and will
sold at correspondingly low prices for mit, or country
produce. !MI ',quest the public to giro os a call before
pnrchasing elsewhere. feeling satisfied we can offer supe
rior inducements to cash buyers.
We respectfolly solicit the patronage of all, and tho
toddle an. cordially Invited to examine cur gouda.
Ever.) thing taken In exchange for goods except proud
WM. MARCH &BRO.
Huntingdon, net. 31,1166. •
IA - . - -.11 1 \VAS WAYI.-JID
OPEN and READY FOR BUSINESS
REL - 821112E1V V.AULLOIL
Respectfully I nforms the public that ho has opened n
nerc store in Fisher ,A Sou's New Building, in the Dia.
3110,111 in Huntingdon, where all kinds of
Hats, Umbrellas, Traveling Bag,s, eta.,
1 7on ho found to snit all who may favor him with their
His Piece floods are of the boot quality and will he
31A DE UP TD Ott 11101 to the most fashionable and
host snake anti style. All goods can be bought at
thin establishment front 10 to 00 per cent. cheaper
than at any other Oleo. All desiring a good suit
of chills hag at a fair mice should call and •samlne goods
and prices. All goods leari ng his establishment will be
warranted to be what may ho represented.
Huntingdon, Nov. it, ISCIO. 3lerehant Tailor.
IV E W Cr CD <CO 31:3 SA
WM. S. ENTRIKEN
respectfully inform the
politic in his friends in particular,
that T hell: l s ti i c r
opened a store at
On the Huntingdon & Broad Top Railroad. Hie stock
1. LADIES' DRESS GOODS, the
most general variety, selected with the greatest care, and
to astir the taste or the most fastidious.
2. GEN TLF: M.EN'S WEAR, the
very bort the market afforded; entire suits of any and
every quality desired.
3. GROCERIES. In this depart
ment lie defl,s competst ion. It consists of Mott Hie Coffee,
Java. Imperial. Black and Green Tens, Sugar. sneers! qua].
ities. Molessos, every variety, Salt, Fish and Tobacco, and
every article usually kept iu our larger stores.
BOOTS, .SIIOES, It ILNIIMALS. QURENSWAII.Ii, CUT
These goods are nil fresh from the market; all new and
retorted with the greatest earn.
('i.e telteeene, is resoratfully.s4tv.p..4. SCe len,
rant good noottlareand leini.st Weight.
Pro, of ail I:intla taken in exchange for goods at Lisa
highest market prices. WM. S. tiN r nximi
Coffee Iton, 0c3141111
LUMBER SOLD ON COMMISSION,
S. T. HENRY & 00 •,
Aro receiving all I , itoli of LUMBER, comprising nil Dm
Airferent grades of
JOINT AND LAP SIIINOT,EfI,
RAILING, Ac., Ac., Ac
Which will lm sold of prices atilio mill, with freight rul.
ATTENTION : SOLDIERS!
SOME AND GET YOUR BOUNTY
I have formed a co.rWinership with Col. Fuller. Atter
ney ntWaqiiingtott. for the purpose of procu
ring SOl,thEltS' BOUNTY, under the recent act of Con
Soldiers' willows or orplouni aro alto entitled to receive
Soul In your applicatinni at once. as first applied for
wilt bo first paid. Give roar full nano, pod oak° ad
dress, nod length of U n to is service, and we will at once
return yov the necessary Want:n. Enclose n stamp topay
All other elaim4, of whatever nature, against the U. S.
Governmeot, promptly. attended to.
43-No charge until the money in collected.
(Mice with 1). Blair, Esq., near the Broad Top Corner,
Iluntimplon. • BLAIR A FULLER.
B. X. th.als. Huntingdon. A. S. FuLLErt, Washington.
..I=Pt:a3o - JEit3EWM• 7
SA \TES MONEY,
AND ALL GROCERS SELL IT.
It is used by rotting into smell shavings:lml divolvlng
in hot water, then .unit the clothes fire to ten minutes,
and a little band rubbing will make them as clean as
hours of hard machine would do, with ordinnry
soap, and the most delicate fabric receive no injury. Wo
can refer to thne,allihi of thmilies who tiro using it, nod
molls could not be persuaded to do without
DOBBINS' • •
Sold by all LEADING GROCERS
THRO UGHO UT THE STATE.
107 SOUTH FIFTH STREET,
HiEhest Price Paid for Prime Tallow,
.40-Pur Fale of LEWIS nn!ly U'rocory
Oct. 15, '135-Cnn.2p
GREAT ENTHUSIASM !
HIGH PRICES SURRENDER ! !
THE BEST AND 111 E CHEAPEST.
JOIIN 11. lOSTIiTZOOK
Respectinily informs the citizens of lion tingdon and
vicinity that ho hasJast received from the city a NEW and
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
HosiorY, Shoe Findings, (Impel Sacks,
Trunks, Cc., &c.
nil of which lie Is prepared to tell at reduced prices.
A lot 0 1 choice CONFECTIONERIES have also been re
Don't forget the old etnnd in tho Diamond. Old cuato
mere and the piddle generally are invited tc,
Iluntingdou, ott. it, 1866.
QTRAY CALF.—eamo to tho rosi
donee of the subscriber in the borough of Hunting
don ou Thursday. 86ptomber 28,18130, a rod nod - fh.
whflo spotted colt. Tho owner is request
ed to wore forward, prove property, puy char
ges and take hint array, as ho will bo disposed of accord.
ing to law. 1107. ..10LIN ROWLAND.
Authorized WAR CLAM AGENCY
W. H. WOODS,
AUTHORIZED GOVERNN'T AGENT,
And Attorne.y for Soldiers and their Friends.
Ito tvill prosecute and collect, trith unrivalled success,
Soldiers' Claims nud Dues of all kinds, Also, any other.
kind of Claim against the thvernment, before nuy of the
Depart mont s.
$.lOO ADDITIONAL BOUNTY 1 !
NEW BOUNTY LAW PASSED I
Attention, Discharged Soldiers I
The Act of Congress approved July 28, MO. gives $lOO
additional bounty to all soldiers w ho enlisted for, three
yews awl were discharged by 1113011 of expiration of
service, or who Seers discharged for wounds received in
hattlo and who have not received moro than $lOO bounty
for such service. An additional bounty of $lOO to also al•
lowed to the nearest relative of soldiers who enlisted for
term of three years nod who died or nero killed in the
service, to be paid in the following order: First, to the
widow; second, to tiro children ; toted, to the father, and
fourths, to the mother.
By applying to N. U. Wood; ofilitntiogden, Treating.
don county, Po., you can hare your pondono Inereaswd
two dollar, a month for each amt every child you have,
and when the widow has married or died, the children are
entitled to the increase.
To all who horn brought home the bodies of their
friends who died or were killed in the service of the United
Statei, there is 0 certain amount of compensation allowed
you for the expenses inciirrrd in bringing home the bo
dies of your friends, wh.ch you can obtain by making ap
plication to me.
Invalid Soldiers, Attention I
The eel of Congress, approved June 6, 1560, gives addi
tional-pensions to the following class of persons:
Soldiers wire have lust bath eyes or both immix, $25
per month; who hove lost both feet $2O per month; who
have lost one hand or one foot, or totally disabled in the
sal., $l5 per month.
Persona who have been deprived of their pensions in
consequence of being in the civil service of the United
States Government, can be restored to the pension roll by
applying to me.
Fathers and soothers who were in Whole or in part de
pendent upon their eons (or support me entitled to a pen
sion. Also brothers and sisters under sixteen years of age
All discharged soldiers who did not receive traniperta•
tion to their places of enlistment when discharged, are
entitled to receive it; and also all who were held us priso
ners a war, and did not receive commutation of rations
when released or discharged, are entitled to it.
Ofiicerd who were iu :he cornice on thu :3,1 of March,
1865, and were discharged after the 9th of April, 1665, by
.Pldying to me cad receive three month, extra Fly.
Soldiers of 1812 I
All soldiers, nr soldiers' widows, of tho wnr of 181?,
who Intro served two months, or been wonnliod.or disabled
in such serVico, If In necessitous circuens'unccs, ore onti
tied to : n annuity of .$4O.
All veternn soldiers who gave their credit to districts in
the State of Pennsylvania, nod Wilt, received no local
bounty, are entitled to receive three hundred dollars.
All persons having any of the oboe., mentioned claims,
or any other hind of claim against the United States or
State Governments, will please lldare::a mu, giving Gill
particulars, enclosing a stomp for return postage, and
Clwy wilt receive n prompt reply,
. - •
W. U. WOODS
rithor i../ Arm; and Navy War-ChTim. igent,
u5f,1.5,256a 7f vrnranuv, PA
ANOTHER FRESH SUPPLY
Canned Portellea, Tomatoes, Peas and Corn
Spice.l Lobster, Oysters, Chow chow, Worcestershire
HIVIICO, Frelitql MIVILLIA, 1l orsu Radish, Pepper sauce, Cat
sup, Olive Oil, &c., , mid
All kinds of Syrups,
such as strawberry, plaripple, blackberry, fie
CALL AND SATE.
FM GEO. SHAEFFER
Ilosinst returned from tho snot
800 TS,. S'ITOES, GAITERS, tE C.,
Which he offers to the inspection of hie castontets and
the public generally. Ito will eon his stock nt the most
and thoso who purchase once trill surely call ngnin.
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and IMPAIRING dons In the neatest and most expedi
111/011 Mt. SeilllerreT at his shop on Dill street, n
few doors west of the Diamond. --
INTIAGARA PI RE INSURANCE
COMPANY, OF NlOll7 YORK, •
OFFICZ, 12 WALL nez or.
Cash Capital, $1,000,000. Surplns, $270,900.
Total Assets, $1,070,000
This Company insures against sll,loss or &Inv° by Ore.
inland navigation, transportation, Ac. The core of Inner.
log in this cmpany is nn more than tho first cost would
be in these small Mutual Companies.
With no Assessments!
This Company is made cafe by the Stato laws of New
York, which is not theme with the Pennsylrank I non
J. D. .I:.ENr.,E, President.
HENRY NIP, Supt. of . N 4g ° eL l i f e i ' Sectd3rY
ANDREW JOHNSTON. Agent,
mylan Huntingdon, Penna.
Office formerly occupied by W. 11. Woods, Esq., Ilill st
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
"X' MIL 1M
Respectfully invites the attention of the Public to his
stand on Hill at., Huntingdon, in the rear of George W
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry store, where he mann factures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Por
tions wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a call.
Repairing ofmll kinds attended to promptly and Charges
Oz- Also, Undertaking carried on, and Coffins made in
nny style desired, at short notice.
The subscriber has a
C.911. ! 'r...." NNE W AND ELEGANT HEAIZSA
and is preonted to attend Funerals at any place in town
or country. • •
Ilinitingdon, May 9, 1066-tr
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,
Will do more and better work 'at a
given eini, than any other! Try it! Manufacturedonly by
Inole,alo Drug, Doha and Glass Dealers,
J.:111214y 'No. 137 North THIRD at., PIIILADA.
ALB UMS ALB UMS.
A beautiful assortment of PHOTO
ORAPII ALBUMS just received and
AT LEWIS' ROOK STO R
I)USINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
It you want your card orally print,' on tore!-
open, call at
LEI V.IS' BOOK AND STATIONgnr AMOR.
For neat JOB PRINTING, call at
the "GbonE Jun PutNlyin OFFtcn," at Bun
- DOOTS AND SHOES, every Y 4
jjriety at CUNNiNtIII.I.II S CARMOIV.i.
zety- For plain, fancy and ornamen
tal printing, call at tho "(ilobe" Office.
TILE PERFECTION OF MEDICAL SCIENCE.
Dr. Leoa's Electric Hair Renewer.
It Is a positive cure for Deadness. -
It restores Dray !lair to Its original color. '
It is "Tonic, not a Dye and acts upon the secretioue.
It immediately arrests failing out of the hair.
Italleviates Neuralgia and Headache.
It radically cures Dandruff and !rumors.
It heaps the scalp healthy, clean and cool.
It Is an elegant and exquisitely fragrant Hair Dressing
It restores, cut tlvatee and beautifies the 'lair.
It makes harsh hair flexible and lustrous.
Dr. Leon's Electric Hair Renewer has enJoyed'a high
local reputation for ninny years. Its wonderful restora
tive and Invigorating properties are well known to the
Medical Faculty of Philadelphia.
Being folly satisfied of the merits of Leon's Electric
Hair Renewer we hove procured exclusive ownership
and are determined that every household in our land
shall kayo opportunity to reap Its benefits.
DR. LEON'S INFANT REMEDY
A most delicious and efficacious Cure for the various ills
to which Inffints and Young Children are enbject,
lwaluatle for 'TO thing Children I
It softens the gums. abates inflammation,invigorates
the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity. and is a store
and speedy cure fur Colic, Cramps and Windy Pains.
A most excellent preparation for children of a restless
and fretful Intuit, and In all eases of Looseness, Griping,
Vomiting, or other Inward grief, it gives Immediate case.
Used fur more than half a century in the private practice
of one of the most eminent physicians of Philadelphia.
In now placing this article within the reach or ell our
countrynoon, ova would remark that we know it to be a
Remedy of Iturivabod excellence and that it has proved
in thonsands or cases, as ova are resolved it shall in mil
lions, a priceless boon.
For sato by Druggists everywhere.
SILVER'S WASH POWDER !
SAVES TIME, LABOR, MONEY
Makes Washing a Pastime and Mon
day a Festival.
SOLD EVBRYWIIERE. TIIY IT!
.Address nil orders for nny of tho above to
ZEIGLER & SMITH,
nol4-ly SOLE PROPRIETORS.
137 Nth. Third St., Philadelphia,
J. E. CALDWELL &CO
JEWELERS & SILVER-SMITHS,
822 CHESTNUT ST.,
Are opening a vary full list of the productions of foreign
industry amt art, of their own selection in European cap
itals, including a groat variety of articles of use artdorna•
BRONZE, BRONZE AND GILT, GILT
ND CRYSTAL, GUI . GLASS, DE
CORATED LEATHER AND
BRIDAL, OPERA & PARTY FANS,
Of ovary variety and price.
FRENCH MANTEL CLOCKS',
VASES, FIGURES and CANDELABRAS. •
In great variety; and all warranted.
• DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY,
A large and very choice selection.
An increased lino of Bich Articles for Bridal Gifts and
From the best English nail American Manufacturers,
compriking altogether a collection attractico in beauty,
complete in detail, and moderato in price.
SALISBURY, BRO. & CO.,
EXTENSIVE, MANUFACTURERS and IMPORTERS
Gold, Plated ad kb helm
SOLID AND NICKEL
air_iNr3oTEt - wAIEL3m,
American, English anti Swiss
CASED IIY OURSELVES, and every description of
Fancy Goods & Yankee Notions,
Especially adapted AND designed for 2OUTIIERN Rlld WEST
Circulars and full descriptive Price Lists sent free.
Agents wanted everywhere, Address
SALISBURY, BELO. & CO.,
51 DOItItANCE erittiva,
0ct.31,4m. • , • Providence. It. I.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
Ladies' Long Jet Chains,
SENT TO ANY ADDRESS FOR $l,OO
Jet Ear-Rims, Price 50 Cis,
GENTS' EST C:-lAINS,
PRICE 50 CENTS.
259 Market St., Philadelphia
11M All sent by mull
"OPPOSITE TILE BUTTONWOOD TREE."
_44aE HERTZLER & MON,
, R. (Successors to John Ilertzler,)
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
"UV X IV M
.I_l I Q, TT 0 .12, S,
NO. 821 MARKET ST., PRILAD'A
MISIILEWS 11}11113 DITTFAS FOR SALE
500 CAN VASIE s R i a WANTED
Dr—leaning's Great Work,
The Horse all 6 Other Live Stock.
Tho best subscription book In the market, containing
over 1200 pages, with morn than 200 Illustrations, strong
ly bound In leather.
It gives a complete description of Horses, Cattle ' Sheep,
Swine and Poultry, with their various diseases an d rem
dies. Good end reliable egrets wanted in every neigh
borhood. For circulars, terms; &C., address
BARTIXSON & CO.,
nol4-lin 611 Chestnut at., Phtladth
WM, _MENOKE & .BROTHER ,
NO. SUI Allen STREET, pruLADELruin;
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
EMBROIDERIES, FINE KNIT GOODS, personally selec
ted in Europe.
cermantow. WOOLS, Cashmere YARNS, Etc.,
Latest styled in Ladies Dress and Cloak -
winELICIVICIOCIINT 4 Gr o a,
Button,,, Prep Fringes, Laces, Shawl Borders, Ete.
The go ods being all carefully selected nor Wit tl,
Department offerd great inducements to the trade. 1!1. %
A c 6' Cr LK Atrner. ai'i WILLIAM CARR,
THOMAS M. .KERR,
NO. 143 MAREET STREET,
Country' produce sold on cinniniuion• 1145-1 y
eIOTTON CRAIN, Carpet Chain,
AjC,Ottna LatlA, wick Yarn, Tio Tarn, &c., at
poi 4. E. iIENEE co.
11101JRE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,
Prelbrretl by itll.practical Paintera I Try it eamdi
you win tom no other• btanufactured only by
ZIEGLER & SMITH%
Wholesale Drug,Paiet & Glass Dealers;,
No. 187 Nth. .77eirct st., Phitada.
TVIN'S Patent lIAIiCRIDIPERS I.
or Crimping and Waving laditsHair
NO DENS REQUIRED LI tral:NO TIMM L
Ask your etorekoepots for thine, If be Aber UM keep'
them, wilt° le the manufacturer E. IVINS; Sixth at. end
Columbia ermine, Philadelphia. • 4•2641n5,
LUMBER. - •
THE undersigned has just received
and la now ready to supply the public with
ALL KINDS OF• LITREBER,
COIIPIIISINO ALL TUE DIFFERENT GRADES,
From callings up to thn clear Mart,
From 9 months to 2 years dfy G,
• - Al.O, - •
JOINT, AND LAP SHINGLES;,
DUThDING STUFF AND PLANE.
WORKED FLOORING, WEATHER-BOARDING,
DOORS, WINDOW•FRAAIES, SASHES, &v
- at reasonable prtcoe.
Now Is the time to bny, before the Ettiriliel ntsiti no
Lumber to already advancing, and dry limber in a scarce
article. 01145. U. ANDERSON.
Huntingdon, Feb. 27,1566 r
STEAM PEARL MILL,
IN COMPLETE RUNNING °RUM,
FOR THE BIANUFAOTHRN OF BWHB.
The patronago.of the town and unitary ht reapeettully
GRAIN, of, every deeorlptfory
Bought at thLs
UoOAILIN a BON,
Huntingdon, May 2,1866
NEW GOODS 1 NEW GOODS V
BROKE OUT IN A NEW PLAON..
NEW STORE, NEW GOODS, NEW BIRaT
BOYER & CARNE R .
Would respeetfulltlnforea the public that they belie just
Consisting of Groceriee of all Made, Dr/Goods. cookie
prints, muslin'', de Pilau, /Ic.; Hardware,. Queenswarry
and a large lot of Shoes at reduced priceic Bate ' Cam
Tinware, salt, flab, wooden and willow ware, drag;'' end
stationery, which they ere prepared to sell at;vary loot
prices to those who will laver ns with a call.
BOYER a aninilt,
Grantsville, iday 16, 1808.
NEW . BOOT AND SHOE STORE,,
WM. AFRICA . •
op l e n n f a o d rat a i t t
h te o r
. Ig d tp:t t li e o has t n ie d, li d is4
A Fine Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND - SHOES,.
For Ladles, Gentlemen and Children.
All of which he will sell at fair prices, Quick salsa and
smolt 3m ftr. (`all and examine my stock.
Manufacturing and Repairing done to order tte nept,t.
Iluntingdon,April 30, 3860.
- 3e-coc3 WALZkrii" -
A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH LIKENESS,
DONNELL & KLINE'S
On MI Street, two doors west of
Lewis' Book Store.
CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS.
linnt/ugdon, Oct 434-tt.
TO THE LADIES.
The best assortment of
Just received this day (rout
_Now York and for sale st thp
cheap cash etoro of ' 1Y 2d. MAHCLI into,
A. splendid assortment or
'LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
PANCY TRIMMINGS AND Du?rows
Just rocel rod this day from New York awl for tole Amy'
at [mayri MALICIi 1; BM.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE .LEAD •
• The Whitest, the meet durable and the moat economic*
Try it I Manufactured only by
ZIEGLER & SNITII.
Wholesale Drug, Paint & Glees Dealers,
ati24-17 No. 137 North Third et.„ Phllada.
EVERYBODY MUST IsiVE 1
LEWIS' FAMILY GROCERY
The beet of everything will be constantly kept en baud
and .1d at the lowest prices poseible. Ql:flak' sales and
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
The best Flour, by tho barrel or smaller ritusollty tar
sale at Lewis' Family, Grocery. , •
IF YOU WANT the BEST SYRUP,
go to CUNNINGHAM & CARMON'&
OAPS AND CANDLES.
Washing and Toilet Soans—the Wet kiadamfor sale at
• Z.& IV/g d CO'S LY: OZOFERF:
The best always for sato at
Called Frail aail Vegetable&
Alwaya on hand at Marla' 'amity Glrooerp,
GEO: A. GUION
VERY •FA MIX . .14
.Will Hod at Lewis' Tarolly Grocery, :er.ry
articlo usually kept in Met alone Gnscory atoms. Call
for wbnt you want.
Mince Meat, a prime ertiale ready for use, foe sole by
the pound at Lewis'Family Grocery. • .
Of all kinds, for sale wholesale and retail at Istrds
Co's Family Groesry.
Plain and =OTOS ongar eared Hama—the bra] in mei
kat—whole or eked, for tale at
Lewis' Family Grooery.
CARPRTS Ingrain, Rag, 'Girtbing
nod Hemp Carpets; floor and Table 011 Cloth, dhor
nude and Rug. at S. E. HENRY & CO.
Justices' and Constables: Fee
Bills for tale at Lewis' Book Store.
p•itEss BUTTONS & TRIMMINGS;
of tho latest !styles, Belt Ribbon and Buckles, 11c.
ory, °levee, Dialogs, Fallings, iv. Si
8. R. IMMIX &
ATERAucv,Lia, rarloy, Bice, som-
V &c., at Lewis' famill Grocery -•
TIEsT 33LEAQIIED MUSLIN
7'V/% I TikPbHAM & CARMO, r
CI E. HENRY & CO. have the li:tr
-10. gest stock of Ladies Shawls, Roods , Sontamita, Bal
moral and Hoop Skirts, Ladies Coats, Sacks and Circulars
PICKLES BY THE DOZEN,
Beady for thq (pi solo at In‘Ttei /*col tytlsocuß
LZWIe FAMILY GROCERY,