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Elje 6 Labt.
Wednesday morning, Oct. 9, 1867.
lIU GU LINDSAY, } EDITORS
LATE.—WO AM late issuing the
Globe this week. All hands looked on
while the crowd wasin town last week,
and consequently we got behind with
- 'TILE REACTION.
The result in tho State show aheavy
loss of Radical Republican strength.
It is no more., than we expected. , We
predicted it year ago. The people
were not prepared to endorse negro
political equality or extravagance.
The returns from- the State come in
slowly, but what have come in show
that the"- Republican-majority will be
very small---:perhaps no majority nt
A Republican loss of 7000 majority
in Philadelphia, and 1000 in Allegheny
aro heojy losses. . There are Republi
can lossesin.every county heard from.
OHIO.—The report from Ohio this
morning gives very largo anti-radical
The rt.esult in the State Close
At the time we put this edition to
press- the -returns from the State are
not ftlll enough to determine the re-
Suit. .The vote .has been uniformly
light, and the Democratic gain, with
certain marked exceptions, run nearly
through the entire State.
•• Philadelphia, which gave Geary 5,-
4888 -majority, gives Shorewood from
.? 000. A loss of 1,000 in Ches
-forge reported,—in other'counties we
got ri cold 'Shoulder, while in others
still the returns accord toile handsome
phis. From Berke sand other Demo
cratic strongholds we have little or
, Whether wo can stand these drafts
against our majority of 17,178 last
year is doubtful: Still we do not feel
like surrendering the State, Our
.friende in Philadelphia are hopeful.
-, Allegheny county has done well.
William's majority will be close in the
nelghh,orhood of 6,600—a loss of about
1,206. - -Pittsburgh Commercial. •
COUNTY VOTE BY MAJORITIES
'The folios ing is the vote of Huntingdon county for
Governor and Assembly in 1867: oleo, partial. returns for
this year as they have been reported:
Townships. Geary. Clymer. Williams. Shatewood
= Ilirmingham 22
Clan' ' ' 66
Franklin, G 3
Juniata, • 20
Mt. Union ditrict,
Fpringtleld, ' G 3
Shirley, ; _ 31
Tod,, . .61
lota' majorities, 1186 267
;lenders= Touniship--Williams 51;
.Shatowood 64; McVitty 50; Robison
.51; -Mclntyre 63; Shugart 64; Whar
ton 51.; Wilson 47; Miller 67; McWil
liams.6l ; Logan-28 Thompson 86.
714 MoVitty 78; Robison 78;• Mclntyre
84; Shugart 84; :Wharton 90; 'Wilson
1 74; Miller 'B3; McWilliams 68; Cum
mins • 801 - Chileote' 81; Logan. 81;
Thonipsou -80; •Reator , Bo;-Kooken -79.
- , ••Huntingdon borough.—Williams 285;
Sbarswood 235 ; McVitty 288; Robison
287 .Mclntyre 233; Shugart, 235;
Wharton .294 . ; Wilson 273 ; Miller 253 ;
„McWilliams 217 ; Logan 287 ; Thomp
The Senatorial Dietriot.
As near as can be ascertained. this
morning the majorities in the several
,Counties'will elect Mclntire and Shu
gert by from 50 to 150 majority.
The Legislative District.
,Tbeolection of John S. Miller, is
conceded by Rephblicans, and Whar
pn's olaction is in doubt.
ter The exhibition of state and
`county Fairs are, doubtless, , exerting a
, wholesome : influence upon - the mantle
lacturing and agricultUral_ interest of
~ the Country. The have a.tendency to
encourage progiess, develop enterprizo
in' .every, department, and stimulate
Olathe who' are accustomed to follow
the beaten track of their fathers, by
showing easier methods for accomplish
' ing the same ends. These fairs are a
sort of annual reunion, for the purpose
of comparing notes as to the progress
made in art, mechanish, hortibulture
Agriculture—what new labor saving
,machines have been invented; what
improvements have been made on old
implements; what has been the suc
cess attending important experiments
affecting the cultivation of th-e soil and
the raising of stock; in a. word, what
has been done in the previous year to
advance the great industrial interests
of the State and nation. These are
some of the objects sought to be gain
ed by agricultural exhibitions, and in
so far as they are held with these pur
poses in view, they ought to be oncour
aged: and supported. • ' •
,ap . Thoso of tho Republicans who
would . not 800 tho hand-writing upon
the wail ;
. 11020 Bee it. The' - returns of
elections aro stubborn facts.
• BEcii-Juniata courdy is reportesl to
hat's 550 Democratic majority.
Jeff. Davis' Trial.
RICHMOND, Va., Oct. 2.—Though the
Circuit Court is in session hero; and
many cases of vast importance ai.•e to
be tried, and though political matters
involving the grpest interests of ,tho
State are daily' transpiring, still the
anxious and. all-pervading topic of
tho day is the Davis - trial.
This is discussed with an eagerness
and a favor that plainly indicate the
feeling and sentiment hero in relation
to the great national trial, than which
that of Booth, the national assassin,
and the other conspirators, including
John 11. Surratt, sinks into compara•
tiro insignificance. The speculations
and probable results indulged in would
be too tedious to relate; and as they
are no more nor• less than the anxie
ties, hopes, and fears of a misguided
and unfortunately misled people,
would be scarcely worth perusal by
The main points, however, may ho
of interest. Many are foolish enough
to suppose -that Davis will never be
brought to trial ; others indulge the
expectation of his release by special
pardon from the President, while num
bers think the Rebel chief never in
tended to place himself at the bar of
injured and-insulted justice- to answer
the important national charges that
will be brought against him. Anoth=
or class there is that say Jeff. Davis
is safe in Canada under• the protec
ting folds of ;the British flag, as are
Mason, Benjamin, and a host of other
Rebels whose lives are forfeited by
This class, who can be called Union
men of the order of Botts and others
who wore neutral during the war,
rather think the Rebel chief will slip
his straw bail and leave his volunteer
bondsmen' to foot the bill of his recog•
nizance to Uncle Sam. Indeed, some
go so far as to assert that arrange
ments have been already made and
contracts entered into to place Jeff.
beyond the reach of loyal hands who
may bring him to justice, or aspiring
volunteer friends who might possibly
in a strait, shield him from tho rigor
ous demands of an indignant people.
These are all however, mere specu
lationS, according to the feelings, pas
sions or prejudices of the parties ex
pressing them, and have no other
foundation whatever. The question,
as I telegraphed you, of his trial, has
been definitely settled, and in this way
at least, the nation will be satisfied.
Whether this trial will be a farce, or
whether it will ho merely a renewal
of the straw bail, or even whether the
arch-traitor will he convicted and sen
tenced as his crimes demand, are all
questions that time and events must
One thing is settled and cortain,that
Davis will arrive in thiS . city, the for
mer seat of hie temporary government
on Nov. 1; he will take the identical
rooms at the Spottswood Hotel previ
ously occupied by him, Nos 121 and
122—the same afterwards occupied
by General Grant and .subsequently
by no less a personage than Andrew
Johnson, with Wm. II Seward, which
is quite a remarkable coincidence, both
being Presidents under remarkable
and peculiar circumstances..
The next question ,that suggests it
self is, will the trial take place ? This
must, be decided by Chief Justin Chase,
who will also probably be a guest of
the Spottswood, for he has expressed
his intention of presiding at the na
tional trial. Now the fall term of the
November Court commences here on
the Ist. The Chief Justice will be
here; he will open the Court ; Davis
will be present; the case will be called;
counsel for defence will demand trial .
the GoVerninent, under instructions,
will plead not ready; counsel will
steadily plead for trial, and unless the
Chief Justice rules differently, , a nolle
prosequi will be entered and obtained,
or the final discharge of the national
prisoner swill be effected.
This ends. the speculation • on this
grave and national subject, and, the
whole resolves itself simply into , the
question :—Has Chase the moral cour
age to try Davis, or will be endeavor
to make capital for the next Presiden
cy by.releasine• the national prisoner
'on his , straw 'bail, -or effectually, dis
charge:JlM-I,on the nolle prosequi that
will be entered by his counsel ? Here
rests the whole question of the great
Davis trial, which the nation at large
demands to be answered by the presi
ding Justice of the Supreme Court of
the United States.
In the•mearitime the officers of- the
United States Circuit Court aro ar
rangirb, the preliminaries for the. trial
of Jeff. Davis on the let of November.
—IV. 1: Herald.
BASE BALL IN THE FAMILY.—An ex
ehange tells of a man who became ,so
infatuated with the game of base ball
that he ir.sisted onrunning the "hoine"
machine on the base ball system : "His
children, being quite numerous, are
divided into . "nines." At the table
they are assigned their respective po
sitions and the servant ordered to
take "first base." His wife, whose
word_': none_ dare. dispute," is, styled
the "Umpire," and himself the "hats
man," his duty being to llori" the ,chil
dren. When: the youngest chilg cries
he,designates this a "foul bawl," and
orders the servant to stop it. A - few
days since this gentleman returned
home and found dinner not ready and
the servant leisurely reading AL ten
cent novel, whereupon he instantly
ordered her to put a "short stop" to
such proceedings. Hero the "Umpire"
put in, and the result was a fuss in
the family, and a practical illustration
of the fact that base ball is a game
that don't work well in the family cir
It is reported that in a recent con
versation with Lucy Stone, Mr. Chase
said : !'Be free to say from mo that
I think there will no end to the
good that .will,come by woman's suf
frage, on the elected, on elections, on
government, and on woman herself. I
have said this in public and private
for many years. ' I am glad that an
effort is making in Kansas to accom
plish it, 4ind I shall rejoice when the
eleati:vo franchise will be as free to wo
•men as it is now to mon. I think, too,
that this will be at no distant day."
An election recently took .place
in New Orleans in which the newly en
franchised derides had all the election .
to themselves, and enjoy - od, the change
hugely by parading the streets in holi
day costume and armed with knivcs,re•
volvers, and heavy bludgeons. Who
says, after this, that the darkey should
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A GENUINE GHOST STORY.—Tho
Monongahela Republican says : "Not
very long ago, the young and beautiful
wifo of one of our citizens was called
to her final account, leaving her tins
band disconsolate, sad, bereft,. Sho
was buried in the adjacent cemetery,
and tho husband returned to his deso
late home—but not to forget the loved
one. She was present with him by day
in spirit and in his dreams at night.
One peculiarity of his dreams, and ono
that haunted him, being repeated night
after night, was this, that the spirit of
his wife came to his bedside and told
him that the undertaker bad not re
moved from her face the square piece
of muslin or napkin which had been
used to cover her face after death, but
had screwed down her coffin lid with it
upon her that she could not breathe in
her grave,but was unrest on account of
the napkin. He tried to drive the dream
away, but it bided with him by night
and troubled him by day. He sought
the consolations of religion; his pastor
'prayed with him and assured him that
it was wicked to indulge such morbid
fancy.. It was the subject of his 'own
petition before the Throne of Grace,
but still the spirit' came and told anew
the story of her. suffocation. In des
pair ho. sought the undertaker, Mr.
Diekey, who told hint that the napkin
had not been removed,but urged him to
forgot the circumstance, as it could not
be any possible annoyance, to• inani
'mate' clay. While the, gentleman
frankly acknowledged this, ho could
not avoid the apparition, and continu
al stress upon-bis mind began to tell
upon his health. At length ho deter
mined to - have the body dibinterrcd
and visited the undertaker for that
purpose. Here be was met with the
same advice and pursuasion, and con
vinced once more of his folly, the haun
ted man returned to his home. That
night, more vivid than ever, more ter,
ribly real than before, she came to his
bedside,and upbraided him for hie want
of affection, and would not leave him
until ho promised to remove the cause
of all her suffering. The.• next night,
with a friend; ho repaired to the Sex
ton, who was prevailed upon to' ac
company them, and there, bytbe light
of the cold, round moon, the body was
lifted from its narrow bed, the coffin
lid unscrewed, and the napkin remov
ed from the Pace of the corpse. That
night she came to his bedside once
more, but for the last time. Thanking
him for his kindness; she 'pressed her
-Cold lips to his cheek, and came again
no more.•Reader,•this is a true story ;
earl• you explain the myteries• of
Dreams ?• '
Attempt to Seize Illicit Stills.
Purr..tompura, Oct... B.—The reve
nue inspectors mado.a raid on the un
licensed whisky stills in the northern
part of the city on Saturday last, and
were driven off by the people in the
vicinity. Today they made another
raid with an increased force, but bred
worse than Saturday, having several
of their party badly wounded with
bricks and pistol shots. They seized
several stills and were taking them off
in Cars, when a largo crowd of men
and women attacked them, recovered
the copper vessels and drove off the
officers. 'Deputy United States Mar.
shal Schuyler received six serious
wounds. ThOthas Lance, ono of the
rioters, was shot in the head. The
affair occurred near Port Richmond.
Jen% DAVIS'S Tarem.—lntelligence
from Richmond leaves no doubt Suff.
Davie's trial will commence on .Novem
ber Ist. Counsel on both sides are
ready .to, proceed, and no postpone.
monk, will be asked by the government.
Davis writes that he will ho in Rich.
mond in the MSG week in October.
tte - Thad. Stevens, Wendell Phillips
& Co., hare failed in their attempt to
"whip hi" the Unlink ransees.
Pen and Scissors
lie who has good health is a rich
man and rarely knows it.
Whisky is being shipped to Alaska
—a quart for an otter skin.•
There are twelve thousand five hun
dred Freemasons in Missouri.
Fifteen thousand mon - are steadily
at work upon the Pacific railroad.
The handsomest woman in the world
is on exhibition in a bboll at Paris.
England has spent two million dol
lars on the iron clad Northumberland.
' A great mind will be easy in pros
perity, and quiet in adversity.
The higher classes in Japan practice
polygamy, bat it' is not a general prac
'Learning is wealth to the poor, hon
or to the rich, and a support and com
fort to old ago. . ,
The number of PreSbyterians in Cin
chianti increased from 1,100 to only
1,180 from 1851 to 18fig.
There is no church- accommodation
for over twelve millions of the people
of the United States. •
•An Albany widower has found his
wife potriflbd into an elegant statue
after a burial of seventeen years.
Queen Victoria pla . Ys well on the
piano and harmonium, but since Prince
Albert's death has played only sacred
A man by the name of Morritt T.
Money killed forty ono ,rattlesnakes
in ono day last week, near Keosauqua,
It is stated .that there are more no•
grout registered' in Louisiana than
there are negroes of all ages and sex
es in the State.
- Dr. Franklin observes'i "The eyes
of others are the eyes that ruin us. If
ull but myself were blind, 1 should
want neither house nor furniture." •
Speaking of of a hard drinker, some
ono remarked, that, he had a face of
brass, nerves of stool, lungs of loather,
a heart of stone, and an' incombustible
Industry and friigality ale the roads
to wealth. They never fail., Earn and
save,, and you may expect leisure and
dividends in time.
A philan throphie but impecunious in
dividual has bestowed one, dollar each
on three charitable institutions in Nev
York, and has thereby obtained an
exceedingly cheap publicity.
The contracts with Southern railroad
and steamboat companies for the trans
portation of mails throughout the South
are all being satisfactorily carried out.
The rebel newspapers of Georgia and
Alabama contain appeals to the South
ern whites not to vote at the coming
election for a Convention to reorgan
ize the States.
*SoHolt - tido - m . l'd disappointment en ter
into the history of every man's life;
and ho is but halt provided for his voy
age who finds but an associate for hap
py hours, while for his Months of
darkness and distreSS no sympathizing
partner is prepared.
Recent investigations have brought
to light immense beds of iron ore, and
fields of coal in Indiana equal to any
in the country. Men of weath and en.
ergy pre now engaged in bringing in
to practical use these heretofore hid
Hereafter, preference is to be given
in all bureaus of the War Department
to clerks, first, those who were wound
ed in service ;_second, the soldiers hon
orably discharged; and third, to citi
zens having families.
The receipts, of .whpat at Milwaukee
last week were seven hundred and
fifty-six thousand six hundred and forty
bushels. During the corresponding
week of last year- they. were three him
'dred and foity-fivethousand and sixty
five.bushels. ,1 „
The Dutch peasants, who suffered
much from the rinderpest, have been
inspired by their misfortunes to culti
vate geese and ether 'sorts of poultry.
Large numbeis of these now occupy the
fields where cattle used to graze, and
both eggs and birds are destined for
the London market.
A serious riot took place in Jefferson
City, Louisiana, on the day of the elcc,
tion. It commenced in a dispute be
tween a white and Week man, and was
followed by a genpral melee, in which
fire arms were freely • used. Two
whites and four negroos were seriously
wounded. The military were culled
upon and soon quelled ,the riot.
Three years ; ago a little girl, five
years old, iu Fall river,.Mass., pushed
a button up.hei nose; where it remain•
ed, and has since been a „constant
source of,pain. Tuesday iijght,, of
for annoying ,the girl three years, the
button came out of her nostril, greatly
to the relief of the girl and her parents,
who doubted about its being there': :
A few•days•since• a barrel of mer
chandise was received by one of the
New York steamers, addressed to a
clergyman in. Lawrence, Mass., with
the additional mark "crockery." In
,head fell out, and
it was discovered that the barrel-con
tained only a keg of fine-brandy, to be
used solely for medical purposes.
A MEXICAN LIEERAL HEROINE,;--The
war that, has just come to an end in
.Nlexico bad its heroines; like most oth
er wars.of its kind. None of them,
however, was'ao well known as Igna
cia, Melly, a native of Jalisco,, and
daughter of Spanish parents.' She en
tered the ranks of the 'Liberal army.
when the Frimeh invaded the countryr
She performed many prodigies of vnlo
and became an Aid on the stair of Gen_ .
Arteaga, who was executed by Mon
del, at lirupan, in October, 1866, and
became a prisoner with him. Who n
Arteaga and his companions were shot
she refused to be present at the execu
Lion, and blew out her brains with a
pistol in prison sooner than remain a
prisoner in the hands of the Imperial
In France some of the mechanical
establishments aro very extensive The
Crensot Iron Works employ 10,000
people, find produce annually 110,000
tons of iron. The "Commentry et
Chatillion Forges' Campagnie" em
ploy's 9,000 workmen; and has several
forges in different parts of-France,pro
&icing annually 70;000 tons of metals.
"Patin Gaudet et Cib," a: great steel
manufacturing house, have six -differ
ent establishments, employ - 5;200 men,
have steam engines aggregating 0,000
horse power, and produce annually
50 000 tons of iron and steel.
- ' (Fatale of John Smiley, deed.)
The undersigned appointed auditor by the Orphans'
Court of Huntingdon County, to distribute the balance
in the bands of John W. Matter's, Esq., Administrator
de bolds non, with the will annexed, of John Smiley, later
of Brady townehip, dec'd., will attend for that purpose::
at Isis office, in the borough of Hunting .on, on Wednati•
day, the 30th day of October, 1867. when and where all
persons internale(' will present their claims, or be debar
red from coming in on said fund.
Hun tin J. SEWELL STEWART,
Oen, Oct. 9, '67-td.
School for Young Ladies and Gentle
men, Shade Gap, Huntingdon
ALL the solid rind ornamental Brandies of n useful
and polite Education, will ho taught by compotont and
experienced Tbacbere. Session opens find
„TVEDN'ESDAY, OF * NOVE.SIIIIIII.
Torm3 moderato; For clrouhrs,
Address, Roy. W. C. KUHN,
Oct. 9, 67-21, Shadsanp, Pa.
~,, , ,diuntinttdon county papers, Hollidaysburg "Regis-
Vt." and “Standard," and Chumberstairg "Repository"
and '•Valley Spitit," nod the two party organs to Fulton
county, publish twice and send bills to this olds° for eol
1111 E unddrsigned offera a Farm for
sale, being apart of tho one be resides on In Hun
tingdon County. about one mile west of the town of Or.
bisonia situated on the Aughwick Creek, ;containing
about 125 acres• about 'acres cleared and in a good
state of cultivaelonoritli a good two story log. houso,
and tlu rummy work of a bank barn. Also a young
apple orchard (100 trees.) of solo t verietiee; with a good
silo for grope culture. The cleared, land is good arable
bottom bunt of an eastern elope.
TEitxts—Ono thousand dollars on confirmation of sale,
the bal.thre in tao equal annual pay moots - with interest
secured by bond and mortgage. A good title will be giv
en and pwsession on the first day of April next.
.4a - For further particulars apply to the subscriber on
tiro premises. JOHN B
QTJARTERLY REPORT of the
Condition of the ELM NATIONAL BANK of Ile n
ttegtlon of the State of Pennsylvania, on the morning of
the rune:tie:Way of October, 1857 :
Loans and Discounts $186,169 56
}Linking House. 7,089 00
Furniture and Fixtures . 637 83
Current expenses ' 2,169 69
Due from Banks and Bankers 21,210 08
U. S. Bonds, deposited with U. S. Treasurer to
SCCIII e Circulating Notes 160,000 00
U. S. Bonds and Securities on band.. 80,600 00
Cash on band, in circulating notes of other Na
tional banks 4,049 00
Specie 1,420 00
Fractional currency ' • 774 05
Legal Tender Notes .35,080 00
Compound Interest Notes 30,000 00
Copan' stock paid in $1:0,000 00
Surplus fund - i ' - ...ii. 1. 8,608 72
Eh culating notes rend from Conipt'r,i. 135.000
Less amount on land 855 134,145 00
Individual deposits 213,775 10
Duo to Dania and ❑nulcers.. 4,681 70
Discount nod Exchanges 7,000 24
Interest , 1,863 31
Total Liabilities $521,025 07
State of Pennsylvania, County of Huntingdon, SW.
I, Gem go W, thirrettson, Cashier of tho Viret National
Bank of Huntingdon, Pa., do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to tho best of my knowledge and
belief. [Signed.] '
GEO. W. GARRETTSON, Cobbler.
• Sworn to and subscribed betde me, this seyenth day o
October, A.D., 1667. [Signed.] Pr= Swoorr, J. P.
CHEAP GROCERY STORE,
- snoßa - rinmut,
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON, PA.
rrillE undersigned offersnfor
spection cud purchase of customers alarge and as•
sorted stock of Cfrocories, Provisions, Its. lie. feels salts.
fled they ens be accomoditted with anything in ids lino.
His pi icos are low, and his stuck fresh and good. Ho
keeps the best 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 NO TI 0 NS of every kind.
A select stock of DRY GOODS, together with WIDENS
WARE, and nil other articles kept in a well regulated
establishment for sale at reasonable prices.
.9D - - His store is on 11111 street, nearly opposite the
flank, and in the room formetly occupied by D. Gime°.
Call and examine. S. VENTER.
Hun tingdou, Oct. 8,1367
H. , ROMAN.- .
N E FP
TALL AND 'WINTER, ,
R 0 N ' 8 .
CHEAP CL6THINO . STORE. "-
For 0 entlemon's Clothing of the best material, and made
In the beet workmanlike manner, call at
R 0 NI AN' 8, "
opposite ten Franklin House in Market Square, Mslin.
READ ANDAE' POSTED I.
TO THE• NE WL Y • MARRIED
AND ALL IN WANT OF
New.; ...Furnituria :(!ze.
THE undersigned would respectfully
4. announce that he, manufactures and keeps constantly
on hand n logo and eplendtd worth:tent of
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES, • • '
DURBAUS, BEDSTEADS; • • • •
WASII AND CANDLE STANDS
Windsor and cane seat chairs. cupboards, gilt - ted Digo.
wood moulding for mirror and picture frames, and a yari
,efy of articles not mentioned, at prices that cannot fail to
bo satisfactory: •
Ile Is also agent for the well knoun Halley St Decamp
patent spring Bed Bottom.
The public cue invited to call and examine his stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
Work and soles room on' 11111 affect near qmith one
door west of Mentor's kora,
OPEN and READY FOR BUSINESS
Respectfully informs the public that be has (muted a
new store in ,Fisher ,/k Son's Now Building, in the
mond in Huntingdon, where all kinds of
HEADY-MADE CLOTHING ;
PIECE GOODS , I •
Hats •thibrollak Traveliq Bags etc
Can be found to Apit all who may favor him with their
His Piece floods• are of the boat quality and Will bo
MADE UPIO ORDER in tho most fashionable and
best malt. and style. All geode con' bo bought atl A
this establishment from 10 to.2o,per cont.chenper 11 11
than at. any other place. All desiring a good suit
of clothing at a fair piles should gall sad examine goods
and prices. All goods leaving 1114 establishment will be
warranted to be what may be represented.
- 11. GREENBERG,
Huntingdon, Nov. 21, 18C0. Morchaet Tailor.
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS.
HEMLOCK POH EMLOCK .BILL STUFF,
Hoards, Plank. Shingles;Pleatering 'and Shingling
Lath, constantly. on hand,
Worked klooring, 'Sash, Blinds, Doors, Door end Win
dow Framea, ibruishod at mannfaciurcree prices.
Grain and country precinct gewtmllybonght at market
rates. WAGONER & Eito.,
ang2B4f I. Philipsburg, Centro co., Pa.
IlirTor plain, fancy and ornamen
tal printing, call at'the "Globe" Office.
smi.fLawa- - 05PL." 1
DESIRI.Ng, TO 'SELL QIJT THIS
t W ,.; A : LI, PAPB : fy to make room for next
Peßons Intending papes'ple Fall should
cal~!at ST011t; and: fiximilne stock. A
Ingo mimber Orlhandionlepatterh'a on hand, all of oLich
• :lc -
will be .Cold cheap. oct2-tf
VOTIOE TO LUMBERMEN . , MIN-
EltS AND OTHERS.
Owing to the depression in the Coal trade, I will sell at
PUBLIC AUCTION at my stable on Broad Top, Hunting
don county, Pa., on the 11th day of OCTOBER next, at
10 o'clock, A. 01., n part of my valuable stock of
HORSES AND MULES.
Said stock aro in good condition and suitable _for any
TERMS CASH on all sums less than $lOO, and over (3)
three months with goodsecurity. - •
19111. )1. CHASE,
5e25.3t „ • Agent Powelton Clint 'and Iron Co.
A. reirSt• Class High School for Boys.
Its location in healthful, romantic and convenient.
seven miles east ;of Altoona, on the Penna. Central rail
krii•Nott term begins NONT3ll3llit 4th, 186 T.
- Apply to , R. U. FULTON, Principal,: ',-
sel.B.2m* Antletown P. 0., Blair co.,
R. E. GOLaEB. •
HOLMES & ESSINGTON;
SUPERIOR REFINED CAST•STEEL
Double Ditto, Polo, Broad and Peeling AXES and
Broad lIATCHISTo, of. various patterns, manufactured
from test refined Cast Steel.
GRUB HOES, MATTOCKS, ,RAILBOAD-AND -
01 dere solicited. Orders solicited.
351ilesbui*, Centie . Co.; Poraia.
~- , figw _ • 4_
H . .. .
AvEitist opened up on-the corner
of WASHINGTON and SMITIL streets, it, new, end
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF -,
DRY GOODS ; •
_. .. . •
GROPERIES,., ~ ~ 0,,--
QUEENSWARE I ; ' ' • .
, SHOES ;
' ETC., - ETC.
The citizens of Huntingdon and vicinity are beret;
tendered n standing invitation to call and examine our
stock. Our aim will ever be, that complete satisfaction,
both ns regards goods and prices, be given to every par
chaser. (*LAZIER A BRO.
Huntingdon, March 27, ISC,7.
THE PLACE TO BUY
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS -
FOR. FALL AND WINTER. •
• Respectfdlly inform the public generally that they
kayo just received a largo and splendid stock of goods at
their store iu Huntingdon, c enaisting in put of .
, BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, TINWARE,
LADIES' FANCY TRIUMINGS,
HOOP SKI.RTS,BoNNErs, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW TV A H E,
- PROVISIONS, GROCERIES,
, CRACKERS, NOTIONS,
FISH, SALT, •
Also CARPETS and OIL-CLOTH,
And in Met sleuthing that Is usually kept Inn first CIRR4
store, all which were bought low for cash and will ,
sold at correspondingly low prices for cash, or country
produce, and request the publio to give us a call before
pmchnsing CIROM here, feeling satisfied we can offer supe
rior inducemthits td cash buyers. -- -
We respectfully - solicit the - patronage' of all. nod the
public. are cordially invited to examine car, goads.,..
' Everything taken In-exchange for goods except promi
WM. MARCH. & BRO.
Huntingdon, oc. 9, 1861.
- CI HEAT OPENING
FAZE AND WINTER GOODS,
< AT THE •
NEW " Sri-101RIP!
JOSEPH MARCH & BRO.,
COETBE- RUN, P,ENN' A
The subscribers have received a new and complete no
sorted stock of •
Including, lArge , and Tailed hssortmtnt of LADIES
DRESS GOODS, of the latest styles and fashions. Alta
GROCERIES; '•' - ,!'.-•
• READY-MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS' AND SHOES:
'HATS AND CAPS.
„FISH, SALT, BACON,
and all ether articles usually kept in a well conducted
store, all of which are offeied asnbeap as at nny other , es
tablishment In this section of country.
, Country Produce taken in exchange for goods.
Thankful for former patronage, wo hereby extend en
Invitation to our Trough Creek friends and the public
generally for a renewal of the same, promising by a close
attehtion t 6 huslneitis and LIM wants of customers, to fully
merit it. -
THAT HE HAS -
SPLENDIr STOCK of NEIST GOODS
,CAN'T BE BEAT ,
. • IN
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE.
D. P. GWYN:
Huntingdon, October 9, '9l.
The best 'flour, by Um barrel or smaller quantity for
gale at Golds' Emily Grocery.
Ali kinds or tloutiry lirn.loce token io fcclkng.rer
Goods al Lewis' Fainily Grocery.
J . ---------
F YOU WANT theß,U
go to • CU:MA(IIIAM ok CAIOIOIIII.,
31Altell k DRO.
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
FANCY GOODS Wholesale & Retail,
THE undersigned takes the liberty
of calling tho attention of the public in general to lAA
now and splendid variety of
LADIS' AND GENTS'
UMBRELLAS and SUN-SHADES
Making weekly purchases from tho New York and
Philadelphsa markets, I am prepared to offer to my lady
friends of Huntingdon and vicinity, one' of the nicest
Linos of Press and Sacoitte - "
BUTTONS & TRIMMINGS,
of the very hiteSt 'novelties out that is
together, and at prices to meet the, views ,of all classes.
Ladies' and Cont.' (Jourin's) ICid Oloyes. black and
medians ahasies, rind any particular shady and
'shed at the shortest notice; also, a very pretty 'assort
ment of white and colored lierllts and Lisletbrosd Gluten,
plain and fancy tops; black and colored Velvet Ribbon.
drat quality and common, all widths.
White Moss Good% Hoop Skirts, Balmorale, Ladies,
Hats, Sundowns, Knitting G,dton, (all colors,) Gorman,
town Wool. Zephyrs, Canes, Silk for lining bonnets,`Bon-.
net Ribbons, Gents. Linen and Paper Cuffs, CoHard - and.
Shirt Fronts, AB also special selection of black and fancy,
Neck Tics, ilioaduay. Chantilly Bows, and Napoleon.
Stocks for the aged and a line assortment of Bugle Trim
Hosiery with me will claim special attention to seleet•
and oiler the cory bust English and German Regular
Made Goods and the Domestic nod Lower Grades, Child's•
fancy one half Item, ‘06., with that iindless 'variety sf-
Small Mimi to be found in a Well stocked Notion Store,
of quality superior as a line, and nt prices to meet all
A large stock of Boys' and Gents' IlataAnd Hips of tlle.
latest- styles and .all qualities at prices ranging Deaf 20
cts. so $B.OO. ' - ' RUDOLPH.
Hunting - dun, April 10, 19137,
. • •-••
LADIES' FANCY FURS„
36 2 1.x.i' : 7`§/fikia**Eii.oti±si-3r
:718 ARCET, Street, aboVe Seventh,'
.have- noiv in store of
own Importation and,
nufacture, one of the
4•lt (iitE S T and most
• and crar,
LEN'S WEAR, In .the
ty: Ala), a fine asioctt.
eat, of Gent's Fur
e'e and Collars. -
I am enabled to dlspois,
my hoods at Tory
. 11139NABLE . PRICES
i I would therefore
telt a , call from my,
umbor and Street '
JOGN - sAltElnk,
718 ARCH Street, above 7th, South side,
fAxl- RAVE NO PARTNER, 'NOR CONNECTION
WITH. ANY OTHER STORII IN PRILADELPIIIA.
l IIIE undersigned :I)firvinpurchnsed,
I the exclusive right to manufacture and sea
L. L. LANOSTROTII'S
' MOVABLE COMB BEE HIVE,
and to sell Individual atnitownehip rights in Huntingdon,
county, nil persons wishing to purchase Hives or individ,
nal or township rights, can do KO by making application,
to thorn or either of them. The Rights to sell lamp,
stroth's Original Potent expired on the fifth day of -
October, Mai; at or hick time it was extended for aeren
years, nod ell persons haring purchased rights under the.
original pnteut nro herobyuutified that Utley cannot law-.
fully make or sell hires since the extenalon.
This ❑ire boa been in, 114 s for some time in sound
pugs of tbo county and has given general satisfaction.—.
The undersigned would respectfully refer all persona
wishing to examiuo the hives, to the following persons
who Intro them in nee. vie: Thomas Flther;John Iieoni;II•
W. Miller, Daniel Wenteladorf.
Applications for individual
Le made poramtally 'or by I.
cow *utiott P. 0, linntind
or township rights shoold
tier to tho undorsigned at
' on county, Va.
JOHN I'. SHIRLEY,
JAMES C. 9tltlthltY, -
JACK , ON ENYEART.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE!.
Excollent for Females and Weekly Persons.,
Used by hundreds of Congregations for Church or Com,
111111110 U purronee. ,
VINEYARDS.-:-Lo's Angelos, California, and Ps - ssaic,.
SPEER'S PORT GRAPE WINE, Four Years Old, • This
Justly_ eciebritod native Wine is matte from the Juice of
the Oporto Grape raised in title country. Its invaluable
Tonic and Stsfengthening Properties are unsurpassed by
any other native wine. Being the pure juice of the grape.
produced under Mr. Spoor's own personal supervision,_
its purity. and genuineness are guaranteed. The young-.
est child may partake of its generous qualities, smiths
tveskust invalid may rise it to advanfrige. It le partienlar
ly benefilisl to the aged inked to the
various ailments that aßlict the weaker sex. It is in ev
ery respect A WINE TO DE RELIED ON:
booth!. woo Speer's Port Gripe Wino; Female's -Use
Spoer's Port Grape Wine; Weakly Eamon Find a Benefit
by its Use; Speer's Wines its llospitnts are preferred to
Principal Office, • , A. SPEER,
No, 143 BROADWAY, opposite City Hatt Park, N. Y.
Sold by JOHN REED,Druggilt, llauttoplon. 8013
-.We (aim plegsgrpra.psule„trprorei.e pu'blis ,
blirning , fal,tiataisi.jta lowi.Whicir is superior
to any of the kind ever intr9dsced.)—l . tedifffors,fremall
other; as it does not requird thdlifrfd be melted 'before.
lighting. ItArata fat by a coppom, pips,lWhtcte con-.
ducts the hcatutiacitiardt and `melts it huniidiatilly.
' Thousands onvo lamp"L'haid ',keen" sold 'and- no cora
plaints hare ban - warranted -to giro
general satisfaction, or' thd money roffintiod.`"
A rare oppOrtunity, is otroied to any person or persons
that may wi-b to engage, n 'tho business. Huntingdon
and Mifflin counties will bo sold in townships at reason-
able teems to snit purchasers. A sample, lamp will be
forwadded hI a'n'yllofsita on receipt. - of retail price, $1,60,
and forwarded at my expense:7e'.
Will either sell territory or pay tigOrita hi - tie:day or
pieep. Agentg ara_malting free, $5 Co $ll5 pet•_day ; for
they sell Very fast." They aro what every persorineelia.
All lettere„will receive prtaapt attetale,,•
';:MrdkreSe orcaleon !.3 'D. Wijirt Elf/
Airy Data, Itunthigilort county, Pa.
ttar !amp may be seen at the Frwildin . llosiieLei Aunt
ingduh 4 Mr. Iluithe:V.Storeillill.CreehAtiad at the luite‘•
In Cusavillp. aelh•tt •
ETRIE - &,•ILANDELL T
Fourth and Arch Streets,
Are offering a itily RD* or.
Edlt TUB FALL SALES Or
SHAWLS, SILKS, DRESS GOODS,
STAPLE DRY GOODS.
N. B.—Job lots of Goods recelid
STOVES, GRATES, RANGES, &O.
A NY of the above articles can be had
ajby addressing the subscriber. Roses of all Made
mai sizes Set suit the'ivants anti. -
:Ire call the attention of tho public to the
AUTOCRAT COOKING STOVE,
a stove beyond competition:, It is a pretty Pat'
tern, good baker, with largo oven, and suitable
for either coal or wood. Stoves furnished at
foundry prices. Any person wishing to purchase ,
a clove without cooking utonslls can do so, arci ‘ ttio Prices
of oil Cho articles will ho deducted: AU stoves warrant,
ed. Samples can be nova at Mr flugho's store,
Creek, or at the residence of the subscriber.
All parlor stoves furnished at law prima. Stares de
Ilvercd at any rilroad . stattpc . l . ;
• , WALKER, •
Airy Dale, I.luukluggon county, Pa
-A ,LL KINDS OP.0:12, _AL C p S
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