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[From tho Ylrgiula (Nov.) Mao prisa, March 25 j
A Nevada Widow Erects a Tombstone
to Her, Husband -and is Visited -by
Him on the Eve of Second Marriage.
About four years ago Henry Thom
as married a young lady—no matter
about her name—in the town of V—
C— county, Carolina. About a year
after their marriage Thomas concluded
it best for both that ho should come
over the Sierra Nevada mountains and
find work in our mines. Leaving his
wife in California, he came hero and
obtained employment in a mine on
Gould Hill. For some time all went
well, and the wife heard regularly her
husband; then came a long and pain
ful silence. 'Making inquiries by let
ter, she learned that a man named
Henry Thomas, and answering the
description in every respect to her
husband, has been killed by a cave-in
in the very mine ho had written her
he was working.
She came over the mountains, and
'was shown tho grave of her husband in
the cemetery near American Flat.—
Obtaining employment at the hotel of
Mrs. W—ly, in this *city, sho was
soon able () erect ,a, handsome tomb
stone over the grave of her dear de
parted, and, enclosing it with hand
some paling, planted rosebushes about
tho grave. All this passed nearly three
years ago, and her time of mourning
having expired, she was wooed and
won by a man whose acquaintance she
had made here in Silverland. The day
was fixed for the union, of the loving
pair, and during the past week, the
widow was at work making the wed
ding garments.- However, "there's
many a slip 'twist the et) and the
lip." Day before yesterday came to
the hotel of Mrs. W—ly a man
whom:she price recognized'aktho vcr
tible and genuine Henry Thomas, hav
ing known_ him-in California, ,provjous
to and aftor the time of his marriage.
At first ho denied being the man
she has known, but finally admitted
the fact upon being posted as to how
mutters wore going in' American Flat,
the present residence of his wife. He
went to see her, and presenting him
self to her, asked her if she know him,
when she turned cooly away. He then
made himself known, and related so
many circumstances that there was no
room- to doubt that ho who stood be
fore her was really her husband. At
last sho admitted that she know him,
but told him plainly that she wanted
nothing more.to do with him. As she
bad once mourned over his grave, and
performed her duty in erecting a tomb
stone and planting rosebushes thereon
sho perhaps thought that ought to suf
fice for not only ono, but half a dozen
Henry Thomases. Being unable to
obtain any further satisfaction, the
husband came back to this city, where
ho is now, undecided what course to
pursue: It is pretty clear that the
wedding cannot go on in the present
state of the "situation," and it is said
that a - divorce suit will be the
next step taken by the wife or widow,
whichever she may be called. But we
hear that there are even troubles in
this direction, the lady being very re
ligious and belonging to a church that
does not believe in divorces.
The Corrpution Which is Attending the
Grants of Laud and Subsidies of Pub
lic Money to Railroad Corporations.
It is fug time attention were direc
ted to that Part of the proceedings of
Congress which are designed to con
vey large grants of land and subsidies
of money to railroad corporations.—
The entire interest of the people has
for many weeks centered in impeach
ment. In the meantime the lobby at
Washington has boenl busy "setting
up" and pushing through both Houses
of Congress, some of the most stupend
ous 'frauds on the treasury that have
ever heretofore or can possibly here
after;-affect the public credit and re
sources. Hundreds of thousands of
acres of public land, millions of public
money are voted by Congress to cor
as if tho nation was clamor
ing to got rid of these valuables. The
best laud, that most eleg,ible, fruitful
in agricultural and inexhaustible in
mineral resources, is now in the pos
session •of monopolies, of individuals
whose inordinate greeds must sooner or
later affect emigration to the west, for the
reason that. the land which these men
hold along the lines of the great railroads
now being constructed, will be held at
prices, which the laboring men cannot
pay, and which, as we have already
stated, will affect general and national
prosperity, by the creation of a landed
aristocracy who will assume to control
public affairs entirely for their own
interest. There never was a subject
before the country in which the pee
pie, were as vitally interested
are in the free grants of land made by
Congress to the great railroad corpo
rations of the West. It has fearfully
corrupted Congress.. Senators and
Representatives suddenly find them
selves the owners of vast domain.
More public land is deeded to mm
the present Congress, than was held and
owned by members of all the Congresees
which preceded it. It is time remon
straneeswere sent into• Congress on
this subject. While Mr. Seward is
wasting millions of money to purchase
far off domain, the public land at
home is swept from the possession of
government, without a return in value,
and with the prospect of creating now
dangers to the securities of a free gov
ernment, by building up monopolies
which will some day assume to con
trol all authority in their own interest.
Congressmen aro deeply concerned in
these gigantic frauds on the people.—
Senators and Representatives are reap
ing handsome profits from votes
granting such lands to corporations,
and in the meantime the people are
indifferent to the facts. ft is high
time this entire scheme is. exposed ;
time that the people admonished their
Representatives on this subject, and
time that Congress is arrested in its
career of wild extravagance in voting
to corporations the land which belongs
to the people and should only be giv
en away as homestoads.—.ll - arrisburg
tr—,a„ When intoxicated, a French
man wants to dance, a German to sing
a Spaniard to gamble, an Englishman
to oat, an Italian to boast, an Irishman
to fight, and an American to make a
A clergyman said ho addressed
his congregation of ladies and gentle
men as brethren, because the brethren
embraced the ladies.
,Ijutiti . lig. on N115i1165 gliVeCtOU.
[The.fullowing reads a; c published gratuttouely. Mer
chants and bet sines,. men generally ;oho advertise liberally
to the columns of Tan GLODT.fiir. six nionths or longer, will
hare their Ctes ds inselled hei a during the cantinuance af
their advel lisement. Otherwise, special Business atter ia
sertcd at the usual rates]
lIL WM. BREWSTER, lieConnells
iuwn. (Cut' by I:llctropathyl
)M. GREENE, Dealer in Music,,nu
orieal 3lnebines, in Ulster's
new building, (eooond floor.)
'WM. LEWIS, Dealer in Books, Sta-
V tioncry and Musical Instrumontg, corner of tho
AIT D. ZEIGLER, Dealer in Ladies
• and Clain:Wei Furnishing Goods, opposite tho
First National Bonk.
IXT P. RUDOLPH, Dealer in Ladies
a v uui r d .i,;: s tinente Furnishing, Goode, opposite Leibtor's
EO. F. MARSH,
J(' Merchant 'Allot, opposite, Louis' Book Store
Merchant Tailor, In the Diamond
vxt r i o iL l t l ig t d o o r of
&IM. GREENE & F. 0. BEAVER,
Marble bla_mfactut era, Mifflin street, near On) Lu.
y V Plain and Ornamental Math!, Manufacturer.
TAMES HIGGENS, Manufacturor of
Furniture and Cabinet Wore, Huntingdon, Pn.
TIII. WISE, Manufitoturer of Furni
ey ture, &c.., Huntingdon. 'Undertaking attended to
HARTON & :MAGUIRE, Whole
v ERIC and retail dealers in foreign and domestic
litudware, Cutlery, Ice., Itailrold street, Huntingdon.
TAMES A. BROWN,
GP Dealer iu hardware, Cutlery, Paints, Oils, &0., 'Hunt
et• 11. MILLER & SON, Dealers in all
N.J. kiwis or Fine leather, Findings, do., dc., near the
WM. AFRICA, Dealer in Boots and
shoes,iil the Diamond, Unntingdon, Pa.
TOIIN H. WESTBROOK, Dealer in
tp noot6, Shoes, Hostel y, Confectionery, Huntingdon.
EO. SHAEFFER, dealer in *Boots,
ki Shoes, Guitets : Huntingdon.
TOIINSTON & WATTSON, Moreh
ty ants, Main st., east of Washington Hotel, Huntingdon
fILAZIER & BIZO., Retail 31er
lut chants, Washington et., near the jail,lllnntingaion
7 VENTER, Dealer in Groceries and
o Provisions or all kinds, Huntingdon, Pa.
MARCII SCBRO. •
VD Dealers iu Dry Goods, Queonswaro, lisrdware,
Boots, Shore, Sc.
CUNNINGHAM & GAMMON,
Merchants, Huntingdon, Pa.
Dealer In Ready Made Clothing, Rats and Caps,
Dealer in Dry Goods, Groecrios, Hardware, queens
wale, Hats and Caps, Bouts and Shoes, &c. Huntingdon
ITEN.RY & CO., Wholesale and
S. Retail DeaTeri in Dry Goode. - Groceries, Hardware,
Queenswaio, and Provisions of all kinds Huntingdon.
READING RAIL ROAD,
NOVEMBER 25, 1867.
fIE MAT TRUNK LINE FROIII TILE
Nm Eh and North-We=t far PHILADELPIII4, NEW
Yult¢, READING, POTrSVILLE. PA11%12171, AyllLnin , LER (NON
ALLI.NTOIIN, EASTON ) EPHRATA, LIU?, COLUK
RIO, &C., S.C.
Ttaius leave lint risbor:; Sr New Toil:, 119 follows 1 At
3 00, 3 25 and 0,10 .1. 31., and 203 and 0,35 P. M., connect.
ing with Hain, on tho loony, I mania R.R.at riving
at New• York 3,10, 10 15 and 11 00 A, M., and 3,10. and
939 P. M. Sleeping Lau accomp.uq• the 300 a m and
035 p. m. trains w ithoot change.
Ltal ILu•ti.elang for Reading, Pottot ille, T. 11119111111,
Milter.3l - 1110, A.:111111111, Pine (hole, Allentown and phd,
dolphin at S 10 A. 31., and 2 05 and 4 10 P. 31., stopping at
Lebancn 1111 , 1 principal lefly St.ltiele.; the .1 10 p. a,. Ulan
1111111111., connection, for Philadelphia and Columbia only.
For Pot tsCille, M11011:111 Has en and Auburn, Schus l•
kill nud Sio.pu thinnit tl.ll, leave Hart isburg at 3 55 P 31.
Reim ning. tome Naw-Yong at 0 A. 31., 12 Noon. 0 & 5
P. 31; Philadelphia at 0,13 A. 31., and 1330 I'. 31; Way Vas.
seager train le.tves Pluladelphi,t at 7 30 A. al. retarning
from Reading at b 30 0. M., stops at all slat lona: Pot hvillo
at 8.43 0. and 245 P. 31.; Ashland 6110 and 12.19 a in,
and 2,00 I' 31; Tamagn•t at 8.30 A 31., and 1 and S 45
Leave P 01151111,1 for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Railroad nt 7,10 a in. nod 12 noon.
An Accommodation Passenger Train lames nevem at
7.30 A. 31., and returns hem I'luitnEl.PlllA at 4,00 0. 31
Pottstown Accommodation Ttion : Leaves Pottstown at
6,45 a. in., t °turning; lea, es Ph Rade! phut :tt 5,00 p. in.
Colombia Milli oad 'Pastas leolVe. Reading at 7 00 A
31., nod 015 P. M., for Ephrata, Litiz, Lancaster, Col
On Sundays, leave New York at 800 P. 31., i'llilndel•
Olio, S a at and 315 P. 31., Om 8 a tt train running only
to -HMO , : Potts% ilia 8 A. 31., liarai burg, 5 25 a In, and
4 10 and 'J 35 p In, and Heading 100, and 7 15 a. m., for
fan isburg,and i 00a. to , anal 11 40p.m., for New York,and
4.25 p. an. tor Plitimhdpltia.
COWICTATION, MILLAfir, SCITOOL, and EXCURSION
TICASTS tO and from tall points at reduced tate,
atgango checked through: 100 pounds Baggage allowed
G. A. NICOLL/3,
Reading, Nov. 23, ISO 7. Gartera/ Soperinlendent.
NTINGDON & BROAD TOP
after MONDAY, OCT. lara, 1867, P.s9ongur
ill arrivu atal depart as follows:
lAINS. - DOWN TRAINS.
A. M. gi
LE 7 50111iintingdon,
8 10 t 31eConnelleto%11,....
3 22 Pleasant Grove,
8 53 Coffho linn,
9 01 Rough& Ready,
9 12 Cove,
0 16 Fidher's Summit
t , : t T,liSaxion,
10 08111opesvell, .
10 24 Piper's Run,
10 42 'fermille,
10 55 Bloody Run,
AR 11 05 Mount Dallas,
BROUP'S RUN BRAN,
AU G 3S
LC 8 40,Ls 0 50 1 8astori,
G .551 10 05 Coalmont,,
7 00, 10 10 Crawford,
es 7 151ss10 20 Dudley,
I f 113 road Top City,.
Huntingdon Oct. 23, 1867. JOHN
I VANIA RP IL ROAD
E OF LEAVING OF TRAINS
P.m.' A. 14. I P. M.l A.M. I A. M. P. 81.1 P.M
5 13 12 15 IV. Hamilton, 5 01
5 20 12 20 Mt. Union,... 10 09 4 55
5 30 ..... 12 40 Mapleton 4 15
5 40 12 50 Mill Cree k,... F 9 54 4 86
555 7 00 IOS 335 Huntingdon, 9 42; 4 2.1,10 55
6 14 1 30 'Petersburg,— 0 271 4 Oil
0 21 1 1 40 IBarree, IFS 201 3 551
0 2‘l 1 50 ISpruceerculs, 913 3 48 ......
G 41 2 05 !Birmingham, 3 35
948 7 02 2 15 4 21'Tyrone, 2 53 3 28 10 08
7 01 2 27 Tipton, 08 45 3 17
7 07 2 30 Fostoria 3 12
7 12 ...... 2 42 Boll's Mills,..s, S 35 3 OS
7308 25 3 051 447 Altoona,. 820250 9 35
P.M. A. M. P. M. A. M. A.M. P. M. P. 31
Tho FAST LINE Elstivald leaves Altoona at 12 15
A. 31., and arrives 01110.1tingtles at 1 29 A. 31.
Tito CINCINN 111 EXP:tI:S3 I:a.itnatd leaves Altoona at
4 25 P.M. and attires nt Hunttugdun 51 5 10 P M.
''ho '''" be 2 LINE We,tn Ind, lea , . es lluntingdou
- and noires at Altoona at 0 00 I'. 31.
I'., M. a
Nov. 31, 1
HENRY HARPER, ).
520 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA.Q.A
rice WATCTIES, JEWELRY, SHAM WARE, and
ROWERS' CELEBRATED Sneer PLATED Ware, war
ranted tr4pte Ape, on the whacst hictal, at
. MANUFACTURER'S PRICES
rm. lu, 15138.-3 um.
jEST BLEACUED 111 U S L I N
always on hand nt
CUA T RiNG.TrAIi <C CA12.211 . 0271P S.
el ROUND DU:LI I AND SALINA
XB.l IN at cumvnyearAm‘c O.NS.
IF YOU WANT the BEST SYRUP,
CUNNINCi RAM A OAIIMON'S,
TO THE AFFLIOTED !
AN ARTICLE OF REAL MERIT!
BITTE ..,' S,
A Remedy that luet been tried and stood the teat, not
only in an occasional case, but in every community
ober° used it has been pronounced the safest and must
roliablo totnetly known for
LOSS OF APPETITE,
PAIN Olt CRAMP IN TIIE STO
INTERMITTENT, Olt CHILLS
AND FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES
As an agresableaud malt romody and an Invigorating
Esterase it has no equal.
This valuable Bitters to composod of tho essential pro
pertles of toots—the medicinal qualities of which hare
been carefully extracted. It is agreoablo to the tasto and
does not leave that unpleasant tasto tin tho mouth for
hours after, that most medicines do.
Ann Blood Purifier and Llvor Tonic it Bag no equal.—
It contains no calomel or oilier injullous drug, but Is
For Dyspepsia it cannot be excelled. It contains no
thing injurious to the stomach, is mild and prompt in
its action and effects a permanent cute by tewoving the
cause of the complaint.
For 'Met inittent Fever or Chilli! and Fever tide Bitters
is a specific far hector and surer than quinine.
No family should be u ithout It as the cost Is trifling
compared with the suffering that may be avoided by hav
ing it at hand in case of sudden attack.
Weakly Persons use the Oriental Bitters
Invalids use the Oriental Bitters
Dyspeptics use the Oriental Bitters
Females use the Oriental Bitters
TRY IT AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
Prepared only by
To whom 01l ordors should be adtheesod
Ico $l.OO Per Lot tlo
For rule by all droggi4ts and donlera gonorally. mh26
r f HE n (
mmonneo t i l e gn e
at, in n d ect i . r , o u 111
withel : I T
i sp T e Ac\ c4lully
they into just opened ` a splendid ass,,tment of
Consisting in part of
FRENCH CALF SKIN,
Together With a general assortment of
Tho trade is In lo call and examine our stock,
Stern on HILL street, tho doors west of the Presbyte
The highest price paid for 111111:S raid DARK.
C. 11. MILLER & SON.
Huntingdon, may 1, 1867
JOHN II IML, IT. M. 11001143, P. M. U (UP, W. P. MLILUOMLIN
JOHN BARE, & CO., Bankers,
tn 4 17
Solicit accounts from Drinks, Bankers & others. Inter
est allowed on Deposits. AD kinds of Securities, bought
and sold for the usuni commission. Special attention
given to Government Securities. Collections mad° ou
all points. • . .
Le 2 35
An 2 20
Penn. depositing Gold and Silver pill reedy° tlt
sable in toturn pith interest.
Oct. 17, IS66—tf.
ECONOMY IS MONEY SAVED !
BAR 7 301
flic subscriber le permanently located In Huntingdon,
, xand is prepared to purchase, or repair in thex
hest style, and expeditiously, broken
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
All articles intrusted to hint will ho returned to the
revidence or the owner as soon no repaired. Umbrellas
and parasols for repair can be loft at his residence on St.
Clair sheet near Benedict's.
ntay2,lB66tt NTH. FENTIMAN.
7 "I 2 15
,Le 7 05 LI 2 05
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS.
HMLOCK, PINE BILL STUFF,
oards, Plank, Shingles, Plastering nod Shingling
Lady constantly or; band.
Worked Flooring, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Door and Win
dow Frames, furnished at nuumfact ricers' prices.
Grain and country product generally bought at market
rates. WAGONER S:13110.,
aug2B-tI Philipbburg, Centro co., Pa.
I V ,
A. fino and largo assortment always on
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
g" -- COUNTRY DEALERS can
9 buy CLOTHING from me In Huntingdon at
WHOLESALE as cheap as they can in the
tine, as I lava a wholesale store in Phibidelphia.
win find at Lewis' Family Grocery, ovary
at tido usually kopt in trot class (Ito:wry stores. Call
Tor what you want.
FOlt THE LADIES.
A sumo ior artielo of Noto Paper and Envolopo
Rattail° tor colifidentut/ correspondence, for KILO at
Lzirrs , 1300 K S STATIONERY STORE.
All kinds of country produce taken In exchange for
Goode at Lowle' Family Grocery.
ALARGE VARIETY of articles too
numerous to mention, for pale at LCIVIS
amity Orocety. Call nil sea.
rfiHT BEST QUALITY OF FRESH
I IACLiCItII4nt /74V27/071:1 _V & CARMIS'S.
Bidell OR BOWELS,
BUCHANAN & SMITH,
\\:ARTON It MAGUll_iii,
HUNITINGD 11, PA.,
Foreign and Domestic
1111111.111 A F,,,
The attention of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
end bnyos generally, k Melted to the foot that re ore
now offering I YIETTISII. ABBOIITMBNT oC
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can be found °lamberts In this part of the state, at
prices to suit the times. Our stock comprises all articles
In Oda Eno of business, embracing a general ax.sortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, ac„ Ac.„ together with a larLc_ stook of
Iron, Steel, Hails, Spikes, Railroad and
Mining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope,
Chains, Grindstones, Circular,
Mill and Cross. Cut Saws,
and Plain Hol
Coal Oil Lamps and Lanterns,
Oil and Powder Cans.
An excellent assortment or
30 1 31.33.. e. 4C7itlea• - sr,
KNIVES, FORKS, 'DESSERT, TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, SOIS
ORS, RAZORS, &O.
BRITTANIA & SILVER PLATED WARE
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE
AT MANUFACTURERS PRICES.
CARRIAGE & WAGOU MAKERS
Will find a general aeaortment of material for their use
Consisting in part of
Carriage Trimmings, Hubs, Spokes,
Rims, Axles, Springs, Nuts, Bolts,
Washers, Malleable Irons, Pa
. tent and enamelledLeather,
Whips, Tongues, Soo
kets, Shafts, &e.
irwicirllvijto` l ll::%;ilXYA*VVl:Ar4=;
Caw be supplied with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMERS,
HORSE AND MULE . SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron & Stoel
WIII find in our establishment n superior stock of
SASILCORDS, &C., &O.
MINING AND MINERS' GOODS.
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, FUSE,
u 0,117, PICKS AIITD SHOVELS.
Can to accommodated with ever) thing In their line fron
a Grain :Zepruator to a What-stun°.
M - Im.l3.oleDr.
Are especially invited to call and examine our Block of
and comparo our pricou with others.
Comprising thu famous Russell
Reaper, Mower, and Dropper, combined
Runt First Premium 110R$13 racuroaK,
:Craw and Halter Chains,
Cards, itc., ho., .ke
Among tho specialties or nor Rouse, wo dosiro to cal
attention to the celebrated
The exolusive right to sell which is vested lu us. Send for
acircniar and get full particulars of same, and anthill
yourself of its superior qualities.
Ecales or all Baca and descriptions, taolrating
Tea and Counter Scales,
Grocers' and Druggists' Scales
Rolling Mill, Wheelbarrow, Pork, Port
able, Hopper, Miners and Trans
portation, Hay, Cattle and
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS
Tho largest and best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY,
Ever offered in this place
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES.
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BRADS,
By tho keg. My low!
Best Norway nail, rod, bar an beep Iron.
STEEL, of all sizes and descriptions
IRON AND BRASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
By tho tarn:tor gallou, at vory low !tures.
gr. A. call is respectfully solicited, feeling confl,
dent that our goods and prices swill not fail to
'WHARTON & MAGUIRE.
IlnuttniplolOray 7, 1q67.
` l ,Milabeigia bliertiuntents.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM,
J. J. PICHARDSON & CO.,
126 MARKET STREET, PIIILAD'A.,
Ta the Largest 'Manufacturing Canfeetioners and Whole
nala 'Deniers in Pruits, Nate, &a., in the United State,
1.6. yr AGENTS WANTED. 825
We 11 ant first-class Agents to Introduce our mamma
STAR SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE.
Tho citeapest and best Machina in the whole country.
Extraordinary inducements to good, active salesmen.
Particulars and sample work furnished on application.
A. J. DUMONT, Agent,
030 Arch street, Philadelphia.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
The attention of Farmers and other consumers of Fer
tilizers is invited to this Guano, no worthy of their epo.
dot notice. Its non fur several Scars in Maryland, Vir
ginia iiml other southern States ' for till crops, hits given
it a standard character for excellcince unequalled by any
a flier. It possesses all the quickness of Peruvian Guano
ith permanent qualities nit found in that article. 230
tbs of this Gomm mu fun iil mote than e.t.a] to 300 lbs of
the best tinpelphosplintuo. R ovens the wheat crop
front,/itchseven day,: ear. ier than the phosphates, which
fact alone gives it ine.denlablo advantages.
Libetal discount to dealers. For silo by
JOHN S. REFISB & CO.,
General Agentg for Pacific Guano Co.,
SS south Delawate Avo.,
and 71 South street, Baltimore.
PROPERTYAT PRIVATE SALE
AN IMMENSE AMOUNT OS' PROPERTY BOUOUT AT
Consisting chiefly of
10,000 SETS, NEW AND SECOND NAND
HARNESS, BRIDLES AND COLLARS,
2,000 WAGON COVERS.
All sizes, new and worn,
6,000 Ma and Rubber Mullets, and Horse Omer:,
MILITARY CLOTHING, OREAT CMS, FROCK COAT; moors,
PANTO, SIIIRTS, DRAWERS, /10,
Also a largo lot of Reins, Lead Linos, Buggy Ambulance
and Cart Harness. Double Trees, Lead Bars, Portable
Forges, Sc., An. Wheel Team Harness, little worn, all
oak tanned leather, serviceable, cleaned and oiled, $5 Vet .
horse, including riddle Lead, do $4, Ambulance or Stage
Ilarness milli superior leather Traces, perfectlysuited for
Bum or general team work, double sets complete $25 to
$3O, lh idles $l, Collars $1 to $2, extra hair-lined artillery
ease, do $2.50 and $3, Double Bonin $1.75 to $2.25, Miters
$5 to $l2 per dozen, Now Officers, McClellan's Saddles
$l6 do, with plated Bit Bridle, 510, Brass Mounted Sad
dles, goodias new $9, with Bridle, sit, Boys Saddles $6,
Wagon Covers, slum jar, 10 and 12 oz., Cotton Duck $6 to
$l2, 1000 Hospital Tents, new and good as now, 12 oz.
Duck, 14 feet mimic, $23 to $5O, with 110100 and pins
complete, Wall Tents $1.6 to $2O, Wedge do. $5 to $l,
Shelter Tents for tray Caps $3O to $lO per 100.
Grain Bags, 12 oz. Duck. 2 to 3 Bushel $6 to $lO par
dozen, also full assortment of Seamless Bags.
Small order by express C. 0. D.
Liberal deductions to Wholesale Dealers.
ce. - 3
(Formerly 041 Front street, now)
71 North Second Street, just below Arch St
Also, 5, PARE PLACE, N. Y
Duscillitivo price list sent on application. poltl9-31a
Ho more Bald Heads!
.'lro more Gray Locks
ELECTRIC lIAIR RENEWER
Is pronounced by all who have used it the very best
prtpatation for Dm Hair. It it a positive cure for Bald
ness. etadicates Dandt off nod Humors, stops tho hair
flout tailing out, and speedily restores Gray Locks to
their on iginal lists and toxin UM..
It opcnate, on the secretions and 0113 the glands with
new Into nod coloring matter. Thin, dead, Lulea or gray
hair will Many, bu brought back by a few applications,
to its youthful abundance, vitality and color.
It makes tho blur soft, glossy, fingt ant, pleasant to the
touch mid easy to nriange. Dry, wily and inttactable
lucky become moist, pliant and disposed to remain in any
leered pesition. As a heir Dressing it has no equal.—
The sales ate enormous and it is a Unisons:it fat orito with
old and young of both woes.
Suldby Druggists throughout the United States. Ad
dict s all orals to
ZEIGLER. & SMITH,
137 Nth. Third St, Philadelphia
nuv 27 1 y
SPEEMSPORT GRAPE WINE!
Excellent for Pernalo3 and Weakly Eersone.
Used by hundreds of Congregations for Church or Corn
VINEYARDS—Los Angelus, Calffornia, end Passaic
SPEER'S . PORT GRAPE WIN]; Four Yew Old. This
justly colebiated oath c Wino Is rondo from the juice of
the Oporto Grape raised in this country. Its ins aluablo
Tonic and Strengthening Properties are unserpassed by
any other native wine. Being the puroin leo of the grape
produced under Mr. Speer's own personal supervision,
its purity and genuineness are guaranteed. The young
est child may pal take of its generous qualities, and the
weakest invalid may use it to advantage. It is particular
ly benefisial to the aged and debilitated, and suited to the
various ailments that Millet the weaker sex. It Is in ev
ery uospeet A WINE TO BE RELIED ON.
Invalids use Speer's Port Grape Wine; Females Use
Speer's Port Grape Wine; Weakly Perseus Find a Benefit
by its Use; Speer's Wines in hospitals are preferied to
Principal Office, A. SPEER,
No, 243 BROADWAY, oppoeito City Hall Pink, N. Y.
Sold by John Reed, nod Samuel Smith, Druggists, 'Boo
The trade supplied by Johnson, Holloway and Cowden,
and French, It lehardi & Co., in Philadelphia, and by Geo
A. Rally, and Fahnestock's, in Pittsburgh, and othe
628. HOOP SKIRTS. 628
WM. T. HOPKIN'S ' , OWN MAlit:"
are the best and CHEAPI se Low Pntasn hoop Shirts In the
market. Trail Skit to, 25 springs, $1.00; 30 springs, $120;
and 40 springa, $1.45. Plain Skirts, 6 tapes, 20 springs,
50 Cents; 25 springs, 05 Cents; 00 springs, $1.15; and 35
springs, 51..25. 1171,,cmcm Co,"
"Oar OWN Make" at 'UNION SKIRTS," cloven Tape
Trails, from 20 to 50 springs, 51.20 to $2.50. Plain. Six
Tapes, 20 to 5G springs, from 05 Cents to 52.00. Theso
Skit is are better than those sold by other establishments
as flint class goods and at numb lon or prices.
"Our OWN Make" of "CHAMPION SKIRTS" are in
°toy way superior to all other Hoop Skirts before the
public, and only hare to be examined or worn to con
vince every one of tae fact. Manufactured of the best
linen-finished English Steel Springs, very mune' for tapes,
and the style of the metalic fientenings and manner of
securing them surpass for durability and excellence any
other skirt in this country, and are lighter, mono elastic,
will mear longer, give mere hath.faction, and are really
cheaper than all others. Eva y lady should try them
They ;we being sold extensively by merchants through
out this and the adjoining States at very moderate pt tees
If you Si out the best, idn. for "Hopkin's Champion Skirt."
if you do not find them, got the merchant with whom
you deal to older them for yell, or come or bend direct to
Met chants will find our di act ont _gi silos of Skirts
exactly ts hat they need, and we especially invite thorn to
call and examine our extensive assortment, or bead for
Wholesale Price List.
To bo lout at Retail at 'Manufactory, nod of the rtetai
Ttmlo generally, and at Wholttalo of the Illnnol'acture
only, to whom all orders should Lo addressed.
MANUFACTORY A:,r, SALESROOM 628 ARCII STREET
Betrec❑ (Ilh and ith Ell., Philadelphia.
ISAAC K. STAUFFER ,
WATCBMAKER and JETVELER
No, 149 North 2I Street, corner of Quarry,
Au assortment of Watches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated
:Ware constantly on baud.
!!EITADLE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS!
Ari. - .,-13.2pait int: of Wo aud ;hod, y promptly at
taialvfl I. n0v.27,4`
0 II L .
A chemical proparation of Lard. or LArd Oil, neutron
zing its attraction for oxyome—tho source of gnm.
and imparting to it (by chemical nt➢nity) a property of
ATTRACTION FOR METALS,
whereby It lo retained, in lubricatiom,
rom nt 'oast 25 to 50 per cent. longer than sperm oil
Br BBL. $2.10; GASS Y OR 200 GALLONS, $2.00 PLR GALLON
To prorldo agsinst leakago, etc , and for the convent.
once of mall consumers and rotailers, tho Oil is put up •
In the required quantities, at an advance to cover the
cost of the can, and a remonable retail profit :
galls., square can, - $l2 43— Case , 2-12 Doe. -- $24 SO
2-12 6 ' • 15 24
1 " " 66 2 74 " 6.12 " 44
" " 1 46 " 1 " - 17 52
Coos credited on return in order. Discount by case, to
SEWING MACHINE OIL
Th o Oil is also put up as a Sewing Machine and Armor
Oil, in 3 to 4 oz., (n bite flint) 25 cents—packed in ono
d0z., 7 4 and 7 /, gross cases; in Son., 50 ern t9—packed in 1,
4 and 6 doz. cases; and in 24 oz., sl.oo—packed in )4,1
and 2 doz. cases ; sold by sewing Machine agents, 1 , list
Class Droggists, Orocersand Country Merchants. Ostlers
received through the trade.
Tho Irlntor standard of the Oil is 35° to 40° Pahl
Oil in casks and bbls. subject to return and credit with
in 15 days, sample lots au days, attar date of delivery, if
°Morn by bbl &c„ roe'd through ,Messrs. SMITH &CO
Manufacturers' supplies, 3larket strew; D. BULLOCK'S
SONS, Wool, 42 south Front street, WM. SELLERS & CO,
Machinists, and the PIIILADE LPIITA MACHINE AGEN
CY, lith and Minor streets, Philadelphia.
C. B. DE la VERGNE,
Branch Manufactory, 106 Callowhill St ,
JAS. E. CALDWELL & CO.,
NO . 902 CHESTNUT STEET,
'Manufacturers and Importers
Of every description of •
FIRST CLASS GOODS,
belonging to tiro Business of
Goldsmiths and Silversmiths,
Hayti removed to their
NEW MARBLE STORE,
Extending front Chestnut Streit to ransom Street, afford
ing nand° room and convenient accessories, giving op-
POttunity fot• it proper display of goods, and bettor moans.
for their examination.
With extension and favotablo arrangements in this
Country and in Europe, we RIO in R position to offer at
moderato FIXED prices
Watches, Diamonds, Bronze & Marble
Goods, Silver Wares, Jewelry,
Porcelain, Plated Goods,
• MUsical Boxes,
and every description of
Strangers visiting the city nro oordially invited to ex
amine. our New Store.
RICKEY, SHARP & CO.,
NO. 727 CHESTNUT STREET,
If (WO Jest opened, and offer at
SPRING• ALPACAS, AND
POPLINS FOR SUITS
RICKEY, SHARP IS;
727 Chestnut street,
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND
n M. GREENE has removed his
e Music Store, to the second floor of 'Ulster's build
ing, where he keeps constantly on hand STEINWAY 3,
SUNS' and GAEIILII'S Plane Manufacturing Company's
PIANOS, MASON & lIAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS nod
CA R HART, 'NEEDHAM A CO.S' MELODEONS; Guitars,
Violins, Fifes, Flutes; Guitar nod Violin Strings.
MUSIC BOORS—Golden Chain, Golden Shower, Golden
Censer. Golden Trio, Sc., Ac. •
SHEET MUSIC—lie is constantly receiving from PhiL
adelphia all the latest music, which persons at a distance
wishing. can order, and Late sent them by m ail.
Also GROVER it BAKER'S Celebrated SEWING MA
CIIINES—tho only machine that, in addition to every
kind of sewing, emb, eiders perfectly; sewing Silk and
Cotton of all kinds and colors for machines.
Persons buying Sowing Machines fully instructed in
tho Use of them.
Aii-Planosand Organs Warranted for five years
Those wishing to buy any of the abovo articles are In
vited to call and examine mine before purchasing else.
where My prices are thu calm us in Now York and
Circulars of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly
upon application with any additional information desired.
B. M. GREBNE,
• Hill street, Huntingdon, Pa.,
mayB,'67 Second floor of LePiter's now brick building
1 -- T.TSM - UOIDT-3C:ACIOMI
J. M. GREEN Sz F. 0. BEAVER
Having entered into partnership, inform the public that
they ate inepat ea to execute all styles of
Plan and ornamental Marble Work
Feels as MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, also Building
Wolk, at as low prices as any sl.np in the county.
Ostlers from a distance promptly attended to.
Shop on MIFFLIN street, a few doors east of tho Lu
theran church mz116,1867
tIFARBLP: YA D. The
LVI would respectfully cill rho attention of und ersigned
ofoillantingdon and the adjoining counties to the steel, of
beautiful marble now on hand. Ile is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, Monumental Marble, Tomb, Tables
end Stones of every desired size and form of Italian or
Eastern Marble, highly finished, and carved with appro
priate devices, or plain, as may snit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, kc., will be
furnished to older.
IV. IV. pledges himself to furnish material and work
manship equal to any in tiro country, at a fair price. Call
and see, before you purchase elsewhere. Shop on th,
°Flier of Mootgoinery and Mifflin s's.. Huntingdon, Pa.
Huntingdon - , May 16 1855.
'WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
A LARGE STOCK
Window Curtain Papers,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
.6--- - For School Books and School
Stationery of all kinds call at licwis'
rt • RESTORER
yewsstYte to oneßoLae
will quickly restore Gray Hair
to its natural color and beauty,
and produce luxuriant growth. ',lt is
perfectly harmless, and is preferred'
over every other preparation by
those who have a fine head of hair,
as well as those who wish to restorer
it. The beautiful gloss and perfiune
imparted to the Hair make it desirable
for old and young.
V ror Salo by all Druggists.
DEPOT, 198 GREENWICH. ST., N. Y.
: COACH AND CARRIAGE MANU
The undersigned respectfully informs .
the citizons'of Huntingdon °nil vicinity.
that ho has completed all the necesqtry
nroingements in the outfit ofn Ilrst•clnss
COACH AND CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY;
and is prepared to make to order and keep on hand
RIIPATICIND done speedily and nt moderate prices.
.1i;;; ; , BUDDIES warranted for ono year.
Shop an Washington street back of Ito Diamond.
Thu CINCOIII of the public is raspectfully solicited.
READ AND BE POSTED !
TO THE NE WL Y LIR.RIED
OW Fllfilltlire, &O.
TILE undersigned would respectfully
I announce licit ho manufactures anakeepa constantly
on hand a large and aptendhl assortment of
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES.
S'Pl?IiV G GOODS
WASEL AND CANDLE STANDS
Windsor and cane seat chairs. cupboards, gilt and rose
wood moulding for mirror and picture frames, and n sari
ety of articles not mentioned, at prices that cannot fail to
Ile is alto agent for tho well known Dailey & Decamp
patent spring lied Bottom.
Tim public nro invited to call and ox.nnano his stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
Work and sales loom on Hill street, near Smith, ono
door west of renter's stoic.
Imningdon, Ang.l, 1866
TT FL INT I MI 7.1 DEL 333
Respectfully invites tho attention of the Public to Me
stand on Hill st., Huntingdon, in the rear or tleorgolY
Swat to' Watch and Jewelry store, where he manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furnitine at teamed prices. Per
sons w•rvhing to purchase, will do well to Aire hint a call.
Repairing of all kinds attended to promptly and charges
.Gii' Also, Undertaking carried on, and Coffins mode In
any style desired, at short actin.
Tire sub.. Bier tuts a
fa 91 .1 .NE lir A :VD ELEGANT HEARSE'
kill' lb prepated to attend Funornla at any place in town
.r country. .1. 31. 'WISE.
Huntingdon, May 9, 1966-if
Authorized WAR CLAIM AGENCY
SOLDIERS HEIRS, ATTENTION
The act of Congress approved March 2, 1807, gi vel to
I Joh% of Soldiers who third prisoners of war,
COMUUI'ATION FOR RATIONS,
for the time the soldier %vas so held a prisoner, at the
rate of twenty-live routs ?er day, to ho paid la the follow
ing Oldur :Ist, To the %%filmy, If mut - larded; 2d. To tin
cluldron ; ad. To tho reroute, to both jointly if they are
living', if either is dead, to the survivor; 4th. To the bro.
tilers Lwa sisters.
The act of February 28.1867, provides for tho refund
jog of the ViOo Culllnintation Money, where tim same per.
6011 W 149 again drafted, and 00011equired to toter the ear
rico or tin iibili a substituto.
The act of March 2,1867, also makes prolisions for tho
paymout or ow
$lOO ADDITIONAL BOUNTY
to such soldiers as liars accidentally lost their dlsolisr
All persons having nay claims under any of the above
mentioned Acts, or any oilier kind of dales against the
United States or State Governments, can have them
promptly collected, by addressing the undersigned. In.
hut motion and advice cheerfully given to soldiere or their
friends, free of charge.
3V. fI. WOODS,
Authorize' Amy and iVany Mic-Claim Agent, -
mn)9,21867 lAusnsanos, Huntingdon co., Pa
To THE LADIES.—Do you really
intend to cease nearing the beautiful styles now
so prevalent, or dress less elegantly, because the rebel
Jeff. Davis, was captured in Fashionable Female attire?
Ono moment's cairn reflection will surely servo to change
your rash resolve. The angels had too much good sense
to lay aside their pun chaste robes of white, because
they hail for a tints served to hide the deformities of that
Prince of Rebels, rho Devil. Can you err in following the
exampleof Augols7 Then having mods lip your minds
that you will continuo to dress tastefully regardless of
rebel acts, do not forget to .11 at the store of the subscri.
bers, who will be happy at all times to furnish you WO ,
such articles of dress as you may desire. Urge your bah *
ers, husbands, brothers, neighbors and children to visit
the same store. They can hero be stilted in good article%
of Boots, Shoes, Clothing Material, Hats, Caps, Queens,
ware and a general assortment of Groceries, on as rea.
sonable terms as at any Homo In town. Store on Boutto
east corner of tiro Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa.
may 31, ISO. FRANCIS D. WALLACE.
SILVER'S WASH POWDER -
SAYES TLUE, LABOR, MONEY,
?lakes Washing a Pastime and Moro
day a Festival.
SOLD EVERYWHERE. TRY IT!
THOMAS N. COLDER.
The undersign.' baring now entered into the
v i ~ Aimuidlitt firowery,"tht, public ore informed
„,- g , i , i t i t a le i r i s in on w t i llio l eUtel i dn r u n o d tic n o l . nil
11.- , ....4.. TUGS. N. COLDER.
. . . .
CHEAPER THAN ANY OTIIE4
KINDS. Call at Lewis' Book. Store
and SEE ASSORTMENT.
• 'Ou Y NNiN6II.I 31 C.W.TOYS,
And ever 3 thing in Unit line of business
Huntingdon, Mch. 25-Cm
AND ALL IN WANT OF
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Atl,lrces all oeuvre to the Manufacturers
Chemists and Wholesale Druggists,
No. 13i Nth. Third Street, Philad%
Alexnutfria, Oct. 23. ISG6-tf.