The globe. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1856-1877, December 12, 1866, Image 4

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    on within the territory and jurisdiction
of the United States. -In obedience to
the obligation imposed upon the Exe
cutive by the Constitution, to see that
the laws are faithfully executed, all
citizens were warned, by proclamation,
against taking part in or aiding such
unlawful proceedibgs, and the proper
civil, military, and naval officers were
directed to take all necessary measures
for the enforcement of the laws. The
expedition failed, but it has not been
without its painful consequences.—
Some of our citizens who, it was
worn engaged in the expedition,
were captured, and have been brought
to trial, as for a capital offence, in the
province of Canada. Judgment and
sentence of death have been pronoun
ced against some, while others have
been acquitted. Fully believing in the
maxim of government, that severity
of civil punishment for misguided per
sons who have engaged in revolution.
ary attempts which have disastrously
failed, is unsound and unwise, such re
presentations have been made to the
British Government, in behalf of the
convicted persons, as, being sustained
by an enlightened and humane judg
ment, will, it is hoped, induce in their
cases an exercise of clemency, and a
judicious amnesty to all who wore en
gaged in the movement. Counsel has
been employed by the Government to
defend citizens of the United States on
trial for capital offences in Canada;
and a discontinuance of the prosecu
tions which were instituted i❑ the
Courts of the United States against
those who took part in the expedition,
has been directed.
I have regarded the expedition as
not only political in its nature, but as
also in a groat measure foreign from
the United States in its causes, char
acter, and objects. Tho attempt was
understood to bo made in sympathy
with an insurgent party in Ireland,
and, by striking at a British province
on this continent, was desizned to aid
in obtaining redress for political griev
ances which, it was assumed, the peo
ple of Ireland had suffered at the hands
of t4'4 British Government during a
period of several centuries. The per
sons engaged in it were chiefly natives
of that country, some of whom had,
while others had not, become citizens
of the United States under our general
laws of naturalization. Complaints of
misgovernment in Ireland continually
engage the attention of the British
nation, and so great an agitation is
now prevailing in Ireland that the Bri
tish Government have deemed it nec
essary to suspend the writ of habeas
corpus in that country. These circum
stances must necessarily modify the
opinion which we might otherwise have
entertained with regard to an exhibi
tion expressly prohibited by our neu
trality laws. So long as those laws re
main upon our statute books, they
should be faithfully executed, and if
they operate harshly, unjustly or op.
pressively, Congress alone can apply
the remedy, by their modification or
.repeal.
Political or commercial interests of
the United States are not unlikely to
be affected in some degree by events
which are transpiring in the eastern
regions of Europe, and the time seems
to have come when our Government
ought to have a proper diplomatic re
presentation in Greece.
This Government has claimed for all
persons not convicted, or accused, or
suspected of crime, an absolute politi
cal right of self-expatriation, and a
choice of new national allegiance.—
Most of the European States have dis
sented from this principle, and have
claimed a right to hold such of their
subjects as have immigrated to and
been naturalized in the United States,
and afterwards returned on transient
visits to their native countries, to the
performance of military service in like
manner as resident Subjects. Coin
plaints arising from the claim in this
respect made by foreign States, have
heretofore been matters of controversy
between the United States and some
of the European Powers, and the irri
tution consequent upon the failure to
settle this question increased during
the war in which Prussia, Italy, and
Austria were recently engaged. While
Great Britain has never acknowledged
the right of expatriation, she has not
practically insisted upon it. France
has been equally forbearing; and Prus
sia has proposed a compromise, which,
although evincing increased liberality,
has not been accepted by the United
States. Peace is now prevailing eve
rywhere in Europe, and the present
seems to be a favorable time for an as
sertion by Congress of the principle,
so long maintained by the Executive
Department, that naturalization by
one State fully exempts the native
born subject of any other State from
the performance of military service
Ander any foreign Government, so long
as he does not voluntarily renounce its
rights and benefits.
In the performance of a duty im
posed by the Constitution, I have thus
submitted to the representatives of the
States and the people such informa
tion of our domestic and foreign of
fairs as the public interests may re
quire. Our Government is now under
going its most trying ordeal, and my
earnest prayer is that the peril may
be successfully and finally passed with
out impairing its original strength and
symmetry. The interests of the nation
are best to be promoted by the revival
of fraternal relations, the complete ob
literation of our past differences and
the inauguration of all the pursuits of
peace. Directing our efforts to the
early accomplishment of these great
ends, let us endeavor to preserve har
mony between the co-ordinate depart
ments of the Government, that each in
its proper sphere may cordially co-op
erate with tho other in securing the
maintenance of the Constitution, the
preservation of the Union and the per
petuity of free institutions.
[Signed] ANDREW JOHNSON.
WASIIINGTON, December 2, 1866.
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
A LARGE STOCK
AND
SPLENDID ASSORTALUNT
OF
Window Curtain Papers,
JUST RECEIVED
AT
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
- DA PER! PA PER ! !
Note, Post, Commercial, Fcelecap and Flatcap—a
geed aavortmeat for daft by the ream, half ream, quire or
bheet, at
LEWIS' NEW BOOK & STATIONERY STORE.
\\HAITO\ f-AGUIRII,
RAILROAD STRUET,
• HUNTINCDON, PA.,
WHOLESALE RETAIL
DEALEIIS I
Foreign and Domestic
HARDWARE,
G1)711PRI, -Vt;,,
Tho attention of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
and buyer!, generally, ig Invited to the fact that we aro
1107 f offering a BETTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &C.,
than can be found elsewhere in this part of the Stale, at
prices to suit the times. Our stock coloring all art ivies
In this Eno of business, embracing a general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, Ac., Ac., together with a large stock of
Iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Railroad and
Xining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones, Circular,
Mill and Cross-Cut Saws,
Enamelled, Finished
and Plain Hal
low Ware.
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Pctcder Cans.
An excellent assortment of
M"Lita.e. _ Clutloi-y,
Comprising
KNIVES, FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, SCIS
ORS, RAZORS, &C.
BRITTANIA & SILVER PLATED WARE
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Implements,
Of the latest and most improved patterns ;
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE
AT MANUFACT URER,S' PRICES.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will find n general asaurtinent of material for their use
consleting in part of
Carriage Trimmings, Hubs, Spokes,
Rims, Axles, Springs, Nuts, Botts,
Washers, Malleable Irons, Pa
tent and enamelledLeather,
Whips, Tongues, Soc
kets, Shafts, &c.
3331C.L.A.C:I1r...erIMEI`JOJEIM
Cast he supplied with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
LEDGES, HAMMERS,
HORSE ANA MULE SHOES,
_Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron& Steel
CARPENTERS
Rill foil in our establishment a superior stock of
PLANES,
SAWS,
AUGERS,
HATCHETS,
HAMMERS,
FILES,
coISELS,
HINGES,
SCREWS,
LOCKS,
BOLTS,
PULLEYS, •
SASH-CORDS, &C., &C.
MINING AND MINERS' GOODS.
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, FUSE,
GOAL PICKS AND SEO VELS.
Can be nerontruodaterl with everything in their Hue from
a Grain Separator to a Whet-atone. •
Mail.clars;
Are especially invited to call and examine our stock of
BUILDING ARDWARE,
acid compare our prices Iritit others.
Agricultural Implements,
Comprising the famous Russell
Reaper, Mower, and Dropper, combined,
Rundelrs First Premium HORSE PITCHFORK,
ltakes,
Scythes,
Hoes,
Ray Forks,
Trace nod Halter Chains,
Breast Chafes,
Cow Ties,
Curry Combs,
Cards,
Among the specialties of oar blouse, me desire to call
attention to the celebrated
OHIO PUMP,
The exclusive right to sell which is vested in us. Send for
acircular and get full particulars of some, and satiety
yourself of its superior qualities.
SCALES.
Scales anti sizes and descriptions, inclitding
Tea and Counter Scales,
Platform Scales,
Grocers' and .Druggists' Scales,
Rolling 21111, Wheelbarrow, Pork, Port
able, Hopper, Miners and Trans
portation, Hay, Cattle and
Coal Scales,
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS'
CASII PRICES.
The largest and best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY,
Ever offered in Hal plow
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES.
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BRADS,
By the keg. Very low!
IJoit Norway nail, rod, bar an hoop Iron.
STEEL, of all sizes and descriptions
WAGON•BOX ES,
CARRIAGE SPRINGS,
IRON. AND BRASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
By the barrel or gallon, at very low figures
1:Z-A call is respectfully eoilciled , feeling confi
dent that oar goods and price. will not to
'denim—C.4
WHARTON & 3IAGUIRE,
Muting,lon, rcl:r.rry::7.lSCO.
1866
4 linTßoPozz2,
inoWARE S 'Ma A
HUNTINGDON, PA.
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JAS. A. BROWN
Ilse removed to the splendid elorerown In his new
MAMMOTH BRICK BUILDING,
lIILL ST., HUNTINGDON, PENNI.
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stock and °milt en rarity or
FOR.ELILV .AND DOMESTIC'
"ARDWARE,
CUTLERY,
Paints, Ohs, Glass*
AT REDUCED PRICES.
TEN YffAltS diligent attention to timidness In the
Hardware trade in this place, has given ma au expert,.
once thatenables me to neeme gee:* advantages for toy
cuntomers in the selection of the beet slumlord brawls and
reliable qualities of goods.
Haviughtst returned from Now York and Phihnlelphia
with a splendid stock, bought tlilICO the recent decline in
gold, I ant now offering groat inducements to buyers.
Among my stock may be found
WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS.
TOOLS AND MATERIALS FOR
Carpenters,
Blacksmiths,
Gunsmiths,
Shoemakers,
Saddlers,
Painters,
Coachmakers,
Cabinet Makers,
Machinists,
Foum&ymcm,
And for all other kinds of Mechanics.
F A RMERS
Will foul In ray stock n great variety of Farthing, Imple
mettle of the best quality, such Os
Scythes,
Rakes,
Fork',
Shards,
Spades,
Hoer,
Gorden Tronqx,
c.“ urn - , Moor,
Gardena Hays.,
Grass
Shears, Pruning &we, Pruning [Clams. Ax., do
Every farmer should see the famous
HARPOON __AY Yl/41'K
It 15 tho wonder of tho ago; And one trial convinces
tho most skeptical that it is the beat Hay Fork mode.—
I have the agency for tho solo of theso forks fur Bunting.
don and parts of Bedford and Fulton counties and can till
orders for Forks, pullies and ropes . at manufacturers
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prices.
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I havealso the celebrated
IVA M:0)$1011aoalfcl
Which bare given such goodsatletaction for tho last 3
years, and which I run non; selling at greatly reduced
prices.
FOR BUILDERS
I Intro all endless nsiortment of
_LOCKS,
RINGES,
SORE 117 S,
PAINTS,
GI, 138,
PUTTY,
VARNISHES, &C.
DUNCANNON NAIL AGENCY.
Otn best mechanics say that the
DUNCANNON NAILS
are the beat brought to thin market. I hare the agency for
the sale et these nails and spikee, and
DEALERS, BUILDERS, and others,
can Lo supplied promptly In quantities from one pound to
'one hundrai kegs, at manufacturer.' prices.
HARRISBURG STONEWARE,
EARTHENWARE AND HOLLOWWARE,
=I
C 713.40 ark
WOODEN PUMPS !
Tho merit of these pumps is shown by the fact that the
demand for thorn is rapidly increasing everywhere. There
is no iron in them to corrode and Injure the water. They
are light and convenient, so thnt every man ran put in
his own pump, the whole only coding 111111abOnt one lea
the price of other pumps. Pumps, and wooden pipe to
suit them, promptly shipped by railroad on receipt of or.
dere. Give depth from floor to bottom of well.
Thankful fur the patronage I have hitherto received
I shall continuo lay endeavors to suit, accommodate and
p1,a90 all, and risi.ecil ally solicit a I ibtral Flare of public
paronog,
JAMES A. BROWN.
Ihnutins;tl”El, Mlty 18C6
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND
SEWING MACHINES.
M. GREEN has just opened
ho m us k '.oore, 4/110 d Or //est of IV Leo is' Monk
Store, where l c le. coustindly to, hand STEINWAY A
S./NS' cod OA MILE'S Piano MonoUtot tiring Company's
PIANOS, 'MASON A, HAWN ET OlttrANS and
CARHART, NEEDHAM k CO.S' MELODEONS; Guitars,
Violins, Fifes, ptutest Guitar cod Violin Sidings.
MUSIC COOKS-Golden Chaiu,Golden Shower, Golden
Collor. Holden Trio, kc., he.
sitEET MU is
SlO.—lleconstantly receiving from Phil.
A/telt/hid all the latest inosic, which persons 311 n distance
wishintr.con order, and have sent then/ by moil.
Also GI:OVEN P MAKER'S Colobrated SEWING MA
ell INES—the only inechitte thut, in addition to every
Idiot of FTWillg. embroidery perfectly; see log Silk and
Cotton of all hinds and molars for tit:d/It,
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Persons buying Z..seWilig Machined fully instructed in
the Ilse of theta.
.@ , oy -rhino, t;o1 Organ , IV:al.:mica for live yons.
. ,
Thoso wishing to bay any or the above articles two in
vited to call awl esainino mins before purrintsing else.
wht•ro My prices ;no tho same on in New York and
Vidindnlpida.
Cironlorn of lostrnments nr Matins split prnmptly
upon applicathn with any additional information d e ,ie e ,t,
mu street, Huntingdon, Rol.,
se27 .S.von.l floor of Itrown'A Ilaininart: building
P.ROUG HER'S PATENT EXCELSIOR
BROOM HEAD OR WRAPPER.
r-ITLNITD LrEMBER 26, 156.3.
Everybody his own Broom Maker
This bond
IYroppor iy col
strut:zed orTin
Zinc, with elidit
band and boll
in con II ectio
with tho cent:
bolt passing Iht
tho handlo, Ito!
big it Velirt.
The article
which we
your at tent ion
Tory simple,lig
and stroll
wet h I al g
SEVEN OUNCES.
Tim fitrtnin
community hay
long needed fll
article of till,
character; on,
11te high pt ire r
t0p.11,,
with the timpli
ity, durability,
makes it morn
ittleca.
.trarlVe. olTer borough, township, and family rights for
sale on nelson:lt/titer:us, in the county of II lin tingslem
For further particular, call mid eve tint enbscribers, or
address THOS. G. & EON,
feb7,1566 Huntingdon, l'a.
Fro TILE LAI)IES.—Do you really
intend to cease wearing the beautiful styles DOW
so prevalent, or dress lees elegantly, because the rebel
Jeff. Davis, was capinred in Fashionable Female attire?
One women is calla reflection wilt sorely servo to change
your rosin resolve. Tine angels hail too much good sense
to lay aside their pure chaste robes of white, because
they bust fora finis served to hide the deformities of that
Prince of Rebels, the Devil. Conn you err in following tine
exampleof Angels 7 Then having made op your minds
that you will continue to dress tastefolly regardless of
rebel acts, do not forgot to e'dl at the store 01 the subscri•
Per:, who foal ha happy al till notes to furnish you with
such artfctor f di'sss as yon may desire. Urge your falls,
era, bosh:nods, brothers, neighbor:, and children to visit
the Casino Alin,. They Call hero be suited in good articles
of Boots, Shoes, Clothing Material, Hats, Caps, queens
wore and it general assortment of Groceries, 011 WI rea
sonable terns, as at any Ilium Inn town. Store on South
east corner of the Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa.
inlay 31, 'JAGS. FRANCIS B. WALLACH.
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IVIE.A.IROBT-Oal "E".11-17LID ,
J. M. GREENE & F. 0. BEAVER
Haying entered into partnership, inform the public that
they aro prepared to execute all styles of
Plain and ornamental Marble Work
Such as MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, also Building
Work, as at kiw prices as any shop in the county.
Orders from a instance promptly attended to.
Shop on MIFFLIN street, a few doors east of the Lu•
theme church febILIS y
AuARwouRLE YARD. The undersignedltho1 yca Il the attentio n oftlm citizne
01 Entingdon and the adjtd nngco,,ne touioatrcof
beautiful marble now on band. Ito in prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
nod Stones of every desired nice and form of Italian or
Eastern 3farble, highly fintnhed, and carved .with appra
prima devices. or plain, on only suit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Erns, &c., will be
furnished to order.
W. W. pledges himself to furnish material and worle
manship equal to any iu the country, at a fair price. Call
and see, before you purchase eho•where. Shop on the
oilier of Montgomery nod 31111141 we.. Huntingdon, Pa.
W Si. WILLIAMS.
limalngdon,May 161855.
OIL CLOT 11 WINDOW SHADES,
GILT GOLD SHADES,
MUSLIN SHADES,
BAILEYS FIXTURES',
TAPE, CORD AND TASSALS
ULL ASSORTMENT
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.—
A good assortment of ndscolloneous and Schoo
Booka—Foolscap, Lotter. Commercial and Note Paper—
Plain nod Fancy Eloelone3-Itul, Blue and Black Ir:s—
-ill:oil: Books of unmet - ow sius—Pen,, Pencil,. Pucka and
Dusk Inkstands, and every miler art ie!e usually found in
A Book and Stationery Store, ran be had at lair prices ad
LEWIS' BOOK, STATION CItY So MUSIC &rota:.
LADY RECKONER
JCIu A complete rocket Ready Reckoner, In dollars
and cents, to which are added forme of Notes, Bilk Re
ceipts, Petitions, /c., together with a set of wend tablet
containing rate of interest from ono dollar to twelve 011111 f.
and, by the singlo day, with a table of wages, and board
by tho week and thy. For sale at
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
BR _lD$,
L'"S Pure and Superior Rio Cof
fee In packers of one nomad. far snlo of
LEII7S CU'.)•r:llnil)• Croerry.
A LARGT.I VARIETY of articles too
munermis to mention, for I.le at LEW IS & CO'S
Fatally Grocery. Can and 11411 •
PURE SPICES
at CUNNINGHAM d; CAHMON'S. •
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L - ROUND &ULM. AND SALIVA
k_A SALT nt CUIVNLVG/LLif CA/OW-VS.
DERFUMERY and Fancy Soaps for
ftt .T WIS MS Fatuity 0 rccery.
DAIt C I\l ENT DEED PAPER--
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ruled, for rule at
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
C
J ALL at D. P. GIVIN'S if you want
GOOD GOODS.
ATONTIILY TIME BOOKS,
For sale at
LI:7IFLS' BOOK AND STA NONE/2Y STOUT;
rIA SS M. F.; ES.—A choice lot, of
V/black and fancy engsilll , 2ll.S rtt
CUNI. , ;IINR3IIAM & CARMON'S.
WILLOW and CEDAR W ARE
fur so,lo a LEWIS 3 CO'S Family Grocery.
milli; TEST E AST.E 1? N CHEESE
mh7 , 66,tt. • r NrimirtAm CARMON'S.
XTEIV GOODS CONSTANTLY
ItP
ccivea at CUNNINGHAM & CAIIMON'S.
(~21EGATZS,-----Best quality of Sugars
ki,nb, CUNNINCULOI c cAnmows.
CIARPE TING OF ALL KINDS
CUNXLVG/f. I cAn.iroA-s.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
NEW FIRM
PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS CARDS
- FIR. A. B:
Havinencranmently located at Huntingdon, offers
his proredlional services to the community.
tiro sumo o 4 that lately occupied Ily Dr. Luilen.
on Hill fitreet. np10,1805
n il. JOIIN of his
profescional services to tho citizens or Huntingdon
mid vicinity. 011 ice on 11111 street, one door east of Reed's
Drug Store. Ang. 28, '65.
T) ALLISON MILLER,
LtaCtttr
DEYTIST,
to the Erick Row opposite the Court Howie
April 13,1550.
T E. GREENE, <7;:.---7'
ti • DENTI6T.
Oflieo removed to opposito the Franklin
"louse in the old bank building, hill street, Huntingdon.
April 10, 1860.
EXCHANGE HOTEL
THE subscribors having leased this
I Hotel, lately occupied by Mr. McNulty, are prepnred
to accommodate strangers, travelers, and citizens in good
style. Every effort shall be made on our part to make all
who stop with us feel at home. .1. J. Jr. .1. D. PEE,
may 2,11566 Proprietors.
MORRISON 110118E 1
lEaDtxxitizigcicara,
IHAVE purchased and entirely ron•
vate,' the large stone and prick building oppo,liii
the Pennsylvania Hui'mail Depot, and hove now opened it
for the neconinsuilation of the sniveling 'l'hn Car
rein, Furniture, Ileds and Bedding tire nit entirely new
nod first elaac, stud I ant safe iIL saying that I con alter AC.
not ezertled in Central Poincylvnrilii.
/Fe, - 1 rent to soy 'donis who Noce formerly known
no . while its charge of the Brood Top City not el Anil itoiik
soli Ilonoo. JOSEPH .1101:111cM.
May lii, 1666-11
K. ALLEN LOVELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
lIUNTINODON, PA
OFFICg—In the brick row, oppodts the Court
niny3.1.884
MILTON S. LYTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HUNTINGDON, PA
Prompt attention given to all legal Imidnesa entramted
to him cam. Cl:dins of imidierts and moldier? bet. nvainht
Om Uovernment collected without delay. mel2'G6
p
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ATTaILLVE Y . AT liilll 7 ,
011ie° on 11111 street. ituynNaDON, PA
Prompt attention will be given to tho prosecution of
the claims of soldiers and soldiers' heirs, against the Gov
eminent, • m 122,18613
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SPEER & AIcHURTRIE,
A TTOR/ITE I'S AT LA ZY,
IRINTINCIDON, PA.
Office the Haw as formerly occupied by Mr. Spoor.
Huntingdon, Ante. 1-Itn,
J. M' MATTERM.. WILLIAM a. sICE.
MATTEUN & SIPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
AHD.
LreEivsED CLAIM AGENTS,
11UNTINGDON, PA.
°Mee on Hill street.
Soldier, Claims against the Government for Bach Pay
Bounty, Widows' and invalids' PC1144114 attended to Noll,
grit ear, nod promptness. my29.ly
$OllO SCOTT, SAMUEL T. Burr, JOIEN M. BAILEY
The oamo of this firm has boon chang
ed front SCOTT & BROWN, to
SCOTT, BROWN & BAILEY,
under which name they will hereafter conduct their
practice as
TTOISNEI'S AT LA Ir, HUNTINGDON, PA.
PENSIONS, and all claims of soldiors and soldiers' helm
againet the Government, will he promptly prosecuted.
-Bay 17. 156,-.-tf.
A. W. GESEDICT. J. NEWELL. STEWAST. P. 3f. LETLE.
I `IIE firm of Benedict & Stewart has
1 been changed to
.BENEDICT, STEWART ec LYTLE,
antler which name they will hereafter practice as
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .11uxv,NunoN, PA
They will alQo give careful attention to the colleetku
of military and other Claims against the State or Got ,
eminent.
Office formerly occupied by .1. Powell Stewart, udjoin
ni; the Court Ilouso. feb6,l6Uti
BOYER & GARNER, Dealers in Dry
Goads, Groceries, &c., Marldesburg station.
M. WILLIAMS,
Plain and Ornamental Murlblo Manufacturer.
ANDREW JOIINSTO.T, agent for
(10 Niagara Insturtnee Company, Huntingdon.
SIIAEFFE4III, dealer in Boots,
1.31 - Ceitter.i,
M'CAIIAN & SON, proprietors of
Juniata Steam Pearl MIII , Huntingdon.
WI. LEWIS .OCO , Family Gro
ceries, Provision and Feed Store, hunt., Pa.
Nvm. mArtau & BRO.
Dealers iu Dry Goodri, Queonsware, Ilsrdware,
Boots, Shoes, S.e.
CUNNINGHAM. & CARMON,
Merchants, Huntingdon, Pa.
WIIARTON & MAG UIItL, Whole•
sale nod retail dealers in foreign and domestic
Ilurdware, Cutlery, .te., Railroad street, Huntingdon,
rillAS. 11, ANDERSON, Dealer in
I,Jidlkinds of Lumber, .Ic., Huntingdon, Pn.
TAMES A. BROWN,
PJ Dealer in Hardware, Cutlery, Paints, Oils, ko., Hunt
ingdon, PA.
TT ROMAN, •
0 Dealor in Ready :gado Clothing, Hats and Cape,
rio GWIN,.
a Dealer In Dry Goods, Oratories. hardware, queens
ware, lists and Capx, Boots and Shoes, kc. Huntingdon:
E. HENRY & CO., Wholesale and
S. Retail Dealers in Dry Condo, Groceries, Hardware,
Queensware, and Provisions of kinds, Huntingdon.
WI AFRICA, Dealer in Boots and
Sio;e3,in tit, Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa.
TWIN 11. WESTBROOK, Dealer in
hoot,, Shoes, llo.,icry, Confectionery, Huntingdon.
YENTER, Dealer in Groceries and
1-__,4. Provisions oral' kinde, Huntingdon, Pa.
D ONNELL & KLINE,
NIOTOURAPII 11118, Ilantingdon,
r !lir° MAs G. STRICKLEP. LSON,
3lanufacturersof Itrinititer's patent Broom Head or
raptor. Huntingdon.
T M. GREENE & F. 0. BEAVER,
Plain owl 0111:1111.nital Marble Manufacturers.
GLIT e 2l ti f . k. u N g
ti
CO.,Dealers ra in Beady
,
RM. GREENE, Dealer in INrusie,niu
• Bleat Instilment+, tlowinglt ncbtnex. Huntingdon.
'BILL POSTER.
The ninicrAigned ofihrs his services to business
men mid others desiring circuit ist ribnted or hundbills
posted. He Call be seer, nt the Owns °MCC.
Huntingdon, Ang. llh ISd5. JOHN KOPLIN.
AGENCY,
FOR COLLECTING SOLDIERS
• CLAIMS, BOUNTY, BACK PAY
AND PENSIONS.
A LL who may have any claims a
gainst the Government for Bounty, Back Pay and
PUll,lOlld, can hare their claims promrtly collected by ap
plying either in verso./ or by letter to
W. 11. WOODS,
Attorney at Law,
Huntingdon, Pa.
August 12, ISOB.
DUNCANNON NAIL AGENCY.
JAS. A. BROWN is Agent for the
sale of our Nails and Spikes, at Huntingdon, Pa. It
Is well known that tho Duncatmon Nails ate far superior
in quality to any others offered In the Huntingdon market
DEALERS, 11011.DDRS, and consumers generally will
be supplied in quantities fgan one pound to one hundred
kegs at:manufacturers' prices by sending their orders or
don,
calling a
[ t his ne
0140n1 w nuninothDUNCA Hardware
NON storlße,
ON HunCOting-
N.
-DROWN B]J INIUSLINS
Ticking, Limsey. Chocks, blenched and brown cnn.
nliucr's Plaid, Wool . riMmeN. .4 a ., at
• JTENity ti co's. •
SLSOO YFIt
Agents everywhere to cell o.rwimaz!
ten $2O Sowing Machines. Three now kinds. Under and
upper feed. Warranted five yearn. Above salary or large
commissions paid. The ONLY 111.111113 sold in the United
States for lens than $4O, which are fully licensed by Home,
Wheeler if Wilson, Grocer if Baker, Moyer et Co., and
Bache., der. -.111 other cheap nutchinemro infringements
and the seller or user are liable to arrest. fine and impris
onment. Circulars free. Address, or call upon Shaw &
Clark, Biddeford, Maine; or Chicago, in. de3o-.ly
Q S. CAMPBELL & CO.,
Inilfactfirilltr CONFECTIONERS,
and NVholesale Dealers In
FOREIGN FRUITS, RUTS, &C.,
No. 303 Race street, Philadelphia, Pa.
inanuthetzrers of all kinds of Molasses Candy
and Cocoanut work.
ET
WVALb PAPEREO
NEIV FALL STYLES.
HOWELL & BOLOKE,
Paper Hangings & Window Shades,
con:m mum! & 31A 11/1 ET RTE., l'll/L,t DA.
N 11—Alwayg Iu osioro,n hug,' xtr4l.: or LIN V.N . AND Oth
1411 A Lllll. ru,44:rn
BIBIJIABBs ! BIBLIABBs I. I
JOSEPH L. IOULTON,
Strawberry Alley, near Third Street,
Pospentfully informs the public that
h0b...p..1,0 tor t rvir 11. k. his nr - o ana .logarilly Sited
op Billiard Jivan. It contAios
FOUIC NEW TA BLF::3 OF A lIP'S MANBVACTURX,
superior to any now in the city.
This Riliiort Ro, - .1” tompArison with nny
room in the State, west of F'Lilndripiiia.
INVENTORS' OFFICES.
D'EPINEUIL & EVANS,
(Awl Engineers and Patent Solicitors,
No. 435 Walnut St., Philada.
Patents solicited Consultations on Enxineerinz,
and Sketches, Models and Machinery of all
kinds inado nod skilifully atten.l..ll to. Special attention
given to DEJECTED CASES and INTI4It
Anthentic copies 01011 Documents from Prttont Office
procur“l.
N.B.—Savo yourselves nieleSs trouble and traveling
expcnyers, no there I. no actual need for personal inter
view with us. All Ml:duces with these Offices, can by
transacted in writing,. For Dallier information direct rte
above with stamp oa.flote.l, Air Circular with reffrencos.
Januaryl7, ISUti-ly
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SPECIAL NOTICE.
I ~ Y '._ .s ~ Pl-lJ A l ",e„~",`,H',.~~~'~n~'t'~` s icr~h7i
The above Mlle Casket is furnished NI ith ono hundred
Lest quality NMMULES. uumbars most needed for lady's
use. They are the best manufactured. Every lady
should mend and procure one of those casket. This little
casket is forwarded to any address on receipt of 50 cents
by mail. Any one wishing to become agent will please
send for sample em! circular. Price for sample, 50 cents.
I want 1000 agents more.
The Orcat A merle in Puzzle will he sent to any address
on receipt of ^: cents. It cold:llamas number,
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628. HOOP SKIRTS. 628.
HOPEIN'S "OWN MAKE!"
New Fall Styles
Are in every respect/iv:4 clues. and embrace r, complete
assortment for 1.a.E., 31isses, and Children, of the /20lITA
styles, every length and sizes of waist.
Our skirts, wh erever known, are inure 111 l iversally pop
ular than any others before the public. They retain their
shape better, are lighter, more elastic, more durable, and
really cheaper, than any other Hoop h irt in the market.
The springs and thstonings are warranted perfect. Evory
lady should try them! They are now being extensively
sold by merchants, throughout the country, and at whole
sale and retail, at manufactory and sales rosin
Ho. 628 Arch St., below 7th, Philatlet.
Ask for llopkin's "OWN MAKE"—buy no oilier!
CAUTION,—None genuine unless stamped on each K
Parl—"llopkin's Hoop Skirt 31.amf.ctory, Nu. G2B Are
St., Philattelph
Also, constantly on band full line of NOW Yerk Made
nt very low prices.
TEEMS, NET CASE. ONE MICE ONLY.
LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND
X. W. Bradley's Celebrated Patent Du
plex Elliptic, or Double Spring,
SKIRT.
. .
The wonderful Flexibility and great comfort and plea
sure to any lady wearing the Daplex Elliptic Skirt will
be experienced particularly in all crowded assemblies,
operas, carriages, railroad cars. church pews, arm chairs,
for promenade and house dress, nu the skirt can be folded
when in nee to occupy a small place ns easily and conve
nhmtly as a silk or muslin dress, an invaleable quality
in crinoline, not found in any single spring skirt.
A lady having enjoyed the pleanni e. comfort, and great
convenience of wearing the duplex elliptic steel spring
skirt for a single day, will never afterwards willingly dis
pense with their use. For children, misses and young la
dies they are superior to all others.
They will not bend or break liks the single spring but
will preserve their perfect and graceful shape when three
or four ordinary skins sill have been thrown aside as
useless. The hoops are covered with rouble and twisted
thread. end the bottom rods are not only double springs,
but twice (or double) covered; preventing them from
wegring out when dragging down stoops, stairs, 4c.
The Duplex Elliptic hi a great lavorite with all ladies
an d Le nuiv ei , a lly recommended by the Fashion Maga
gi nes as the standard skirt of the fa,itionable World.
To enjoy the C Vowing inestimable advantages in crin
oline, viz: superior quality, perfect manufacture, stylish
shape and finish, flexibility, durability, comfort and econ
omy, enquire for J. IV. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic, or dou
ble spring skirt, and lie sure you get the genuine article.
CAUTION.—To guard against impositi in lie particular
to notice that skirts offered as "Dmilex";have the red ink
stamp, viz : 4.1 Y. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs'
upon the waist band—none others aro genuine. Also
notice that every hoop will admit n pin being passed
throagli the centre, thus revealing the two (or double)
springs braided together therein, which is the secret of
their flexibility rind strength, and a combination not to
be found in any other spring.
For sale in all stores where first class skirts aro sold
throughout the United Stiles and elsewhere.
bythe solo OWIICfS or the patent.
Manufactur,ed
wt:sr, BRADLEY ft CAREY,
oc2-1-.lm] tip Chambet a and PO 8 81 Betide Sts., N. Y
COUNTRY DEALERS can
buy CLOTHINU from mo In Huntingdon at
WHOLESALE as cheap as they Coll iu the
Wee, as I have a wholesale store in rhlladelphla.
11. ROMAN.
THE BEST QUALITY OF FRESH
MACKEREL at CUNNINGHAM CA HAMA'S.
(aLN BARRELS AND .LOOKS.—A
k_A largo tssortinorlt nt
BROWN'S HARDWARE STORE.
A LL KINDS OF TOBACOO
rehaetiale ar.4 retail. at
CUNNINGHAM & CARMON'S.
Cll_lOlOE Tons, Coffee, Sugars and
, : ,. 1 . 01.1,,eA, for eale at le , win . Family avarcery•
1866
PHILADELPHIA
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250 Market street, l'hilatla
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DENNSYLVANIA RA IL ROAD
TIME OF LEAVING OF TRAINS
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
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5 151 111 43 IN. llnmlltim, ... 341
524 Ilr 5:1 Att. Onion,— ...... 337
5 31.....1 112 05 Mapleton,
3 29
539 112 35 11111 Creek,— ..... . 321
664 7 06;12 31 807 Huntingdon, 4 68 309 13 53
6 13 112 51 .....fl'ateratirg,......... 262
8 20 I 1 011 !Barren • 2 44
027 1 13 0 3513praceereuk, • 238
641 . 134 'Birmingham, 224
0 49 7 63 1 . 46 8 00 Tyiona,... ..... 4 14 2 16 10 07
7 00 2 00 Tipton, 2 08
7 05 2 08 Foatoria, - 2 01
7 10 2 15 Belle Mille,.. 1 67 ••
7258 25 2 401 730 Altoona,. 325140 9 35
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BAS; I Altoona at 3 46
A, awl al 11 A.M.
DAY en Altoona atAlr 30
A. 6101 r
The
The
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The
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No
iT LINE Eastward teams
irrives at Huntingdon at 5.1
EXPREBB Eastward leave
krrives at Huntingdon 9 48
ST LINE Wtintvrard, dearer
and arrives at Altoona at 8
1386.
TIUNTINGDON & BROAD , TOP
nAILROAD.
On and after. .IHonday, NOY'R 5111, ISA Passenger
Trains will arrlro and depart' as follows:
SOUTHWARD TRAINS. NPRTIIWARD TRAINS.
STATIONS
Arr0:1110 Exruse Accomx•Exrust
F 2131013
SIDINGS
Lit 4 15iLS S 101fluntingdon,
4 35 0 30046Connollidown,
4 13 8 3310100 Ant Grove...
60) 8 6116farkleibutg,
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5 18 9 10 Coln, Run,
6 , 24 9 18 Rough& Ready,.
5 35 920 Core,
5 401 9 31 PiAlu'A Summit..
AR S 651g 1 : gigazton,
10 201RidiResUnt3 '
10 23 Hopewell,
1 10 46:Piper's Rnn ,
11 18rateRviill ,
11 31 1110,xly Run',
An:11 35 . ..M0unt Da11n5,....
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I te 10 05 / Saxton,.
10 20 Conlmont,
10 25 Crawford,
An 10 35 Ond
1110 lid Top City,.....]
if untingdon Nov 5, lOtN. OLIVES AYRIM, Rapt.
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READING RAIL ROAD.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, :
JUNE 11, 18e6.
e !"I II.EAT TRUNK LINE RP..031 THE
k _jr North sod North-West for PLIZIALTI.PaII,
YonO, ItCAOINO, PoiTSCILLE, TAMAQUA, AIitiLaND,LXISINON,
ALLENTOWS, EpuRATA, Ltnz, I,eafcL2rEß, GAM.
ma, &C., Ac.
Trains leave Ilarrisbnrg for Now York, as follows! At
3 00, 8,10 and 0 05 A. 31., and 210 and 9,15 P. M., connect
ing with similar trains on the Pennsylvania R.R,arriving
nt New York 6,00 and 10 10A, IL, A 4.10:5,20.10 45 P. M,
Sleeping care accompany the 3 OD a in atiti9 15 p. m.trains
without change.
Leavo Harrisburg for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua,
31inersville ' Ashland, Pine Grove, Allontovrn and Phila
delphia at 810 A. 31., and 210 and 410 0. M., stopping at
Lebancri and ptincipal way stations; the 410 p. m. train
tanking connections for Philadelphia and Columbia only.
For Pottsville, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn, via Schuyl
kill and Susquehanna H.R., leave Harrisburg at 391 PM-
Returning. leave Nine -Yong at 7 5 9 A. M.,.12 Noon,
P. riaNdolphk, at 8,15 A. 11. r ecnd , 3•30.P: H.; Way Pas
senger train learns Philadelphia at Z3O A. At returning
from Reading nt 030 Y. we, stops at all stationst.Pettsville
at 8.45 A. w.. and 215 P. 131.; Ashland BOD and , /VD-a m,
and 1,05 P 31; 'l'amnqme at 9.45 A 31., and '1 ond 8.55,1P11L
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, yin Schuylkill NA
Susquehanna Railroad at 7,00 a m.
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An Accommodation Plum:agar Train leaves RUDIMII at
6.00 A. M., and returns from PintADELunt4 at 6,00 P.M.
Columbia Railroad Trains leave Reading at 6 40 uaiy
12 05 and 6 15 P. 31., for Ephrata, Lltlr. Lancaster, CA
=lda, Sc.
On Sundays, leave Nev York at S 00 P: Of., PfliThdbli
pbia S a In nod 3 15 P. 31., am 8 a ru train running only
to Heading, Pottsvillo 8 A. 11., Tamaqua 7.30 A. M., Ma
ri burg 0 05 A. AI., and Ileadeng.l 33, 7 30 a. to, for. Har
risburg. 10,52 a m o for Sun. Tools,. and 4.35 p.m. for Phil,
adelphia.
CuM3IUTATIOB, MILEAGE, SEASON, School., and nxcunatem
TWEETS at reduced rates to and front all poinia.
Baggage checked through 80 pounds Baggage laltmed.
each P.m:tiger.
G. A. NICOLL%
Loading,. Juno 25, 1566. . General Soperinkndent
THE BEST
STOCK OF FINE STATIONERY,
L ADIE AND GENTLEMEN,
EVER RECEIVED IN R UNTINQ DO N
CAN NOW BE lIAD
AT LEWIS' ROOM, STATIONERY AND MUSIO STORE..
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. •
AND
SMALL PORTRAITS
or
ALL SH6 DlSSixacrimizt, ➢FFICIRI AN)
FOR, SALE
AT LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
TAPER ! PAPER!! PAPER !! I
Tracing Paper,
Impression Paper,
Drawing Paper,
Deed Paper,
Tice. Paper,
Silk Paper for Flowers,
Perforated Paper
DrDWI Den:rd,
lat enp Paper,
Foolscap Paper,
Letter Paper,
Commercial Note Paper,
Ladies' Gilt Edged Letter and Not• Paper,
Ladies' Plain and Fancy Note Paper,
White and Colored Card Paper, in Packs mad Sheets,
For onto at LEWIS! Book; Stationery end:dude &ere.
hwy THE CYTHARA—Thor
.P r a sbyt•rian Fradotediet—The
• " 17 ' Shawn—TheJubliee—Hunterri and
Bertini's enlarged and improved instructors—Wetland's'
Nem and Ymprored Method for the Onltar—Leland's Ancor.
loon, Violin and Pinto Instructors Winner's and Howe's
Violin Instructors—Bellak's Melodeon Instructor—Bar•
rowee' Piano-Forte -Primer—do; Thorongh-BasePrimer—
Howe'. Drawing Room Dances—The Chorus Glee Bock—
Tara's Harp, for sale at
LEWIS' BOOK, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORM.
SPECTACLES.
A fine and largo assortment always ork
- hand
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
THE GREAT isigimiNg
M'Entyre's INDIAN COMPOUND,
A NEW SUPPLY JUST RECEIVED
AT LETVIS' BOOK STORE:-
PRICE PER BOTTLE, 50*CTS., and 404
FOR THE GREATEST V:ifidEriljTY
Handsome and Useful ArtieleN
Call at LENVIS' Book Storo
.FOR THE LADIES:
A superior article of Note Paper and Envelopes,
suitabla fur con fulenSal correspondence, for sale at
LEWIS' BOOK rE STATIONEEY STORE:
QOUR PICKLES ready for the table,
by Um doz.,. 34 doz., V i t t o zo trgg i a ly t
orocori.
riIIIIMBLE SKEINS AND PIPE
X BOXES for wagons of all'EliZeg t for sale at the hard•
wilco store of [1e14,1660] JAS. A. BROWN. '
NVELOPES-
.. U.4 By tho box, pack, or Icea quantity, for sale at
LEWIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE.
fIANNED PEACHES and Tomatoes
rt . jiilixed Picklea,TemateciCatatip, Pepper'sauce, Lc., &
fur cola nt Lards dr Co's Family Grocery, •
$9O A.N
QTEk 1 . 7 -4gc.cas•wayt tett
for el: entirely t y ortieles,just out. Act
dress 0. ,T. GARET, City Building, Biddeford, 10300.
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