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" : IntittcnL
Workitig, of the Reconstructed Gov
- ' ' 1- • ernments.
[From the New York Times.]
The pro-rebel crusade against Re
construction would be more plausible
and more just if it were less directly
at variance with Las revealed by the
working of the new Governments. It
their organization rested upon sweep
ing and permanent measures of pro
scription, or if in their operation they
were found making war upon particu
lar classes, upon property, or upon the
enterprise and industry on which the
prosperity of the South must be re
built, it would be easy to extenuate,
and perhaps to justify, the course of
the Southern leaders. Their policy
might not admit of defense, but the
causes of their action would be appar
ent, and a certain reasonableness would
be Conceded' to it. What then, gener
ally, aro the facts in regard to the sev
en States which have been restored to
the Union under the Reconstruction
The new Governments are at work
in all of them. They have been or
ganized under great difficulties. Cir
cumstances have in many instances
favored the pretensions of inferior men,
and have lent , importance to matters
andinfluenees which it is not desira
ble-tO perpetuate in their present shape.
There is a lack of experience in many
directions, and there are in all sources
of embarrassment and difficulty which
no candid observer will ignore. Very
large allowance should, in fact, be
made, as well for the men composing
the new Governments as for their pro
And yet their most malignant as
sailants confine their attacks to gener
al denunciation of the nature of the
Governments - and the authority which
calkartheM into eXistenee. With the
exception of North Carolina, where a
disposition to tread in the footsteps of
Brownlow is attributed, not altogether
without reason, to Governor Holden,
we look in vain for specific allegations
of-harshness, or- wrong, Even there,
judging fichn- experience elsewhere, it
is fair to sot down something to parti
san exaggeration, and to the circum
stances which narrow the Governor's
choice of procedure. Besides, suppo•
sing his spirit to be bitter, it does not
appear to have impregnated the Leg
islattire, and it certainly has 'neither
'Warrant nor aid in the labors of the
State Convention. The provisions of
the local Constitution are eminently
wise; and there is an evident appreci
ation, both by the Legislature and the
Bxecutivo, of the educational and ma
terial needs of the State.
.. In Louisiana, again, the course of
events is not so smooth as the friends
Of-Alio:South desire it to be. The ope
rafidn of the Government is impeded,
and current references to the probable
necessity of FedeLl interference bete
ken a feebler civil authority than is re
quired when dealing with organized
and unscrupulous enemies. This con
dition ofthings, however, implies noth
ing discreditable to the new Govern
ment. It is, not charged with an abuse
of fg:M•error With neglect of duty,
witlfaught incytdicial to the industry
and credit of the State. If its °mbar
rassmcntsaro more serious than those
of; any other State, it is because in
Lodidiilua'ttio'sbirit of hostility to all
loyal authority is. more defiant, and
practically more formidable that in the
other six States. A fact which does
not roiled-unfavorably on, reconstrue
ok batiither 'vindicates•the stung
of ionM'ef its measures. -
Nor-has the abusive ridicule with
Which the new Government of South
Carolina has -- -%iieri" as - Sailed, provoked
its legislators to depart from the sensi
brd Coarse Marked out by the Consti
tutional ConVention.• Unfortunate
jealousies have shown themselves, and
practical measures aro - :retarded by
questions'of patfonago. But wo trace
no sign of the extreme measures which
disaffected whites profess to dread. Tho
"negro legislature," as it is called, is in
truth more moderate, and withal more
just4bitn its assailants:; And °Pon
ing messa , re.,of the new_Governor gave
proof - of - & - sagaeity - and good feeling
with ivhiCh the•autheritY of , the Execu
- • Alabama has advanced further, and
iii sortie :respects moro sati3factorily.
The' Common-Carrier bill,, providing
for the unrestrained anti equal access
of whites,and blackS,to railroad cars
and steanibentA , Creates .excitement;
but its , - significance is infinitely less
than the,-favor with which efforts for
the removal of all - disabilities aro re
garded by ,the Republicans. !‘Tlio na
tive .Republicans , generally favor, - it,"
a dekpateh frOin. Montgomery reports,
and : the time is - ..uot distant, wo trust,
When it - will be successful. Tho worst
obstiieleSl . 9, this
,and 'every othor,meas
ure tending to . reproduco harmony is
the fierce opposition of thos'e whom it
is proposed to benefit.
_ U2ho position of affairs in the Geor
gia Logislat , ure . - is not; le,svereditable.
Moke - appear - s to havO been done there
than in any other State towards the
Si - motive of partisanship, and the Leg
islatUre is, evidently,riper,and under
more sagacious leadership. Were it
not for the wild harangues of Toorebs
and Cobb and Ben. Hill, Georgia might
bo supposed, to be reconstructed in
heart as well' as in form. We don't
know that their folly should be held to
prove otherwise, but it displays the
nature of the opposition to be,eneount
erod. Judging of the ! robel orators by
their speeches, and the reconstructed
Government by its action, it is safe to
conclude that the latter has much . the
stronger elaiin upon the' respect - of the
State. Its-worst .enemies aro they
who in its nano sock; .to reopen ques
tions-whieh reconstruction has righte
ously and,' us - we:helieve, effectually
,for President of the United
State; during the war used these
is true that slavery must be
ahOlishod to 'save this, Union then the
iieciple"of the South . ,sihould ha allowed,
to withdraw themselves from that
Government which cannot give them
the protection guaranteed by its terms.
- John C. BroCkinridgois working
farm twelve miles "the other side of
Cheaper than the Cheapest!
Wes/ End of Huntingdon, Penn'a
We are now oftl;ring our im
mense aiid well-assorted stock of
Goods,_ at thoroughly reduced,
and unprecedented low prices;
our superior facilities enabling us
to. compete successfully with the
Our stock consists of Groceries,
Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware,
Queensware, Glassware, Willow
and Cedar Ware, Table and Floor
Oil Cloths, Carpets, Rugs and
Door Mats, Crocks,Jugs, Stoves,
Tinware, ron, Stee, Nails, Glass,
Putty; Oils, Paints, Drugs, Flour,
Feed, &c.,. &c., &c., all in, great
variety, at prices that will not
to..suit _consumers. We are
also dealing in all kinds of Coal
and Lumber, our facilities in
these commodities being superior
to any other firm hi Huntingdon.
We claim them as SPECIALTIES in
our trade, in which none can
compete with us.
We buy : all kinds of Grain,
Seeds, Flour and Feed, at the
highest market rates, and givo
the highest prices in, Goods for
Produce of all kinds. Do not
fail to call and examine our stock
and prices, , as both are sure to
HENRY & CO.,
H EAD QUARTERS
D. P. OVUM
INFORMS THE PUI3LIO
STOOK of NEW CIOODS
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY
COME AND SEE
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NEW STYLES FOR 1868,
LARULST AEL-ONT)IIiNT AND .10ST BLAUTIFUL
.trLon , .,
tiITTING AND DINIXO IOOMS,
Ever brought to lluntingdon, now o
" hand and for sale
WHOLESALE allq RETAIL
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
Can't Be Beaten !
JOIIN 11. WESTBROOK g - ql
Hoped fully Juror:n.l the citizens of lltuttingden and
old oily that Ito ItAjuat tccclved from the city it NEW mud
oplentlia otot It of
BOOTS & SHOES, lIATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe .Findings, 'Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, &f;6., cc;,C.
all of which Ito iv prep:trod to sell at greatly reduced prices
Don't forgot tho old xtand ht dm Diamond. Old cost°.
utera and thu public generally ate int iced to cull.
Huntingdon, up I.ggs. •
Fill GEO. SHAEFFER
IlitsJust returned from the cast aRh 0 4142
B 0 0 l'S, SHOES, GAITERS,
Which lie olfcre to the inspection of his easterners and
the ',Olio genmully. 110 will soil Lis MELVA at the most
and those who purchase once NOIR surely call again.
BOOTS SIIOES MADE TO ORDER,.
end REPAIRING deco In the neatest and most expodls
Call upon Mr. Schaeffer at his shop on ]bill stood, a
low doors went of the Diamond. mays
NEW BObT AND SNOB STORE.
itlawma tho public that ho has Just
opened at lila old stood in the Diamond,
A Mae Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentleman and Ch!Latta.
AU of which be will sell at fair prices. Quick sales and
small profits. Call and examine my stock.
Maunloeturmig nud ltep.lLiug tlutto l order as usual.
CRANE' AND COLFAX:
• A GENTS WANTED for J. T. Ileadley's Lifo of Grant.—
-L.- Now ready, a Life of Colfax, wltit a steel ()orb alt.—
Price, 25 c. Given with every copy of Giant. Tito Na
tional Hanil•Rook of Facts and Figures, Just isbuoul, is the
Book for We Timm font tot f 1.50. TREAT & CD,
8, 051 Breath, ay, New York. t A 251
The lu6liest joke psi 11 Le p tin L,ll Fri Park
pl 7 JI.UNItY CO
riIAKE pleasure in announcing to the
j_ citizens of Huntingdon county mid vicinity that they
base just returned from the East with a
LARGE STOCK OF GOODS,
Which they have just opened out at theft noo• store,
ONE DOOlt EAST OF 11113 WASHINGTON lIOTEI
DRY G . OO DS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FISH, SALT, (MEESE,
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES, &c. &,e
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Connhliug of SILKS, 3101IAIRS, ALPACAS, POPLIN'S,
LUSTIMS, CI:WHAMS, MERINOS, PLAIDS, DE
_DRESS 'TRIMMINGS, EMBROIDE
RY, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
A FULL LINE OF WHITE GOODS
All gouda delivered to eoideuces In town ana divot
of ilon go
WIN) lie n h fat before pm dating. elsui‘licto.
D. P. GWIN
Iluntingd.. Ain iI 15, 11115
THE PLACE TO BUY
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS
- FOR SP RIATO AINTD S MILNE R.
Respectfully Inform the Witte generally that they
C . Intro Just 11,0%331 3 large and splendid xtuck of goods ut
their awe Ia hunting lon, cowasting Inn part of
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, TIN WARE,
LADIES' FANCY TRI. URI N GS;
11001' SKIRTS,BoNNErs, BUTTONS,
WOOD AN I) WILLOW IV A II B,
QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE,
Also: CARPETS and OIL-CLOTH,
Awl In fact everything that is usually kept in a gist tlms
ntore, ell which were bought low for cash and will
cold at eurrecpundingly low pikes fur cash, or countiy
produce. and request the public to giro us a call Indite
pin chasing risen Ilene, feeling salialleil ire can oiler 3111JC
lior Inducements to rash louvre.
We reeptrafull3 xolialt the patronage of all, and the
public ai o cordially invited to examine ear goods.
Everything taken In exchange fun goods except promi
WM. MARCH S: ORO.
Huntingdon, np. 15, 180.
MAY, 1868. MAY, 1868.
GLAZIER & BRO.,
D.RY GOODS, DRESS GOODS,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,:
GROCERIES, QUEENSWA RE,
HAM', BOOTS AND SHOES,
Washington street ; near the Jail.
Our lola's Alt ns follows:
Calico and Muslin, from 8 cts. upward,
"Met Hillock' , Prints, 15 cts.
Yald wide blenched Muslin, 12, 1 4 els.
'rat 0 wide unbleached Muslin, 11 1 . 1 etc.
Ticking-, and Skirtings, iron, 12 1 : cts. up.
Init. Condole M to.lin, ft out 15'cis up.
White Marred Muslin. hem 20 Os. up.
\ bite Piques, twin 25 cts. up.
Irish Linen, hem eta. up.
De Leine '
18 to 25 cts.
All Wool De Lain, 25 cis. up.
Lawns, 16 to 55 cts.
hito Spread ,, , $2,50 to $6,00.
nio Collee, 22 to 25 cis.
Pimo call and exundne ; end , If you nie not con lured
It Is to your interest to buy Irma us, do not do so.
To TILE LADIES.—Do you really
Intend to eenso wearing the beautiful styles now
so purulent, or dress loss elegantly, because, the rebel
Jell. Doti:4,4/0 captured In Pashlonablo Female attire/
Ono moment's colas reflection will 'limply serve to chimp
your lash rcaolvo. The angels had too much good sense
to lay nsido their pure auto robes of white, because,
they had fora time sea ved to Lido tho deformities of that
Prlnco of Rebels, the Davit. Can you err In following the
exampleof Angeles? Thou leaving made up your minds
that you will continuo to dress tastefully regardless of
rebut nets, do not forget to call at the store of the subscri
bers, toho win to happy at all toner to famish you with
such articles of dress us you may desire. Urge your Path,
ers, husbands, brothers, neighbors and childion to visit
the 8111110 store. They con hero leo suitol In good articles
of Coots, Shoes, Clothing lelatetial, Hats, Caps, Queens.
Ns aro and a genen al assortment of Groceries, on as res.
sonablo terms as at any Houso fu town. Store on South
east corner of the Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa.
may 31, 1885. , FRANCIS D. WALLACE.
ULSTRELAWAY'S ALL•HBALING and
. FULLAWAY will Introduce, at his own expense, his
A S trougt held ug Salvo, a sovereign remedy
fur lame back, local rheumatism,pais in the silo awl
feel, wounds, bruised, sprains, weakness in the
joists, crick in tbe back, old servo,
hosted led, swellings,
,numbnes,numbness, ague the face and breast, cracked hassle,
talcs, corns 011 the feet, and Occasional 13.1e4 of most
kinds to NN }Mb the hmn,u, family is taild.let.
1;„?1,,Vor cal, at Family IR o,et y. •
FLOUR AND FEED,
TOBACCO, SEG ARS,
CEDAR - WARE,
CARPETS, CARPET CHAIN
Tbuy kayo n tarp stock of
Aluo, n Ingo DJ bortment of
\V: - ..A_'TON &MAGUIRE,
Foreign and Domestic
611114 - tay,
The attention of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
anti bayous genorally, is Invited to the fact that wo nro
noir alining a BETTER ASSORTMHNT of - •
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C.,
than can Ise !md elseuhere in this part of the State, at
prices to suit thu times. Our stock comprises all in tides
in this lino of busilless, emln acing a general assortment
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, Sc., dm., together midi a largo stock of
Iron, Steel, _Araiis, 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 P9wder Cats
KNIVES, FORKS, DESSERT, TEA
.A.ND TABLE SPOONS, SCIS
ORS, RAZORS, &C.
BRITTANIA Si SILVER PLATED WARE
Household, Horticultural and Farm
Of the latest and most improved patterns,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE
AT MANUFACTURERS PRICES.
CARRIAGE & VIJAGON MAKERS
Will find IL goneral Ilhiortment of material fur their 1190
consisting in part of
Carriage Pimmings, flubs, S'pokes,
_Rims, Axles, Springs, Nuts, Bolts,
Washers, Malleable Irons, Pa-
tent and enamelledLeather,
11 7 hips, Tongues, Soo
kets, Shafts, &e.
Cut Ga auppliod with
ANVILS, BELLOWS, VICES,
S LEDGES, HAMMEES,
HORSE AND MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron & Moe
Will find in our utal.,l6laucut a mute' tor stock of
SASH-CORDS, &C., &C
MINING AND MINERS' GOODS.
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varietios
BLASTING POWDER, FUSE,
uOAL PICKS AND SHOVELS.
3E"lna , ma.cz)3c.. ,
Con to aceommod tteti o ith ever) thing to their lino from
Utßill Repatator to a Whet-stone.
33 - tailta.c:sx-Es
Aro especially Invited to call and examino our otoch of
and comparo our Kirov a WI other.,
Cetnin king thu fn.noue Rtissall
Reaper, Mower, and Dropper, combined
Prat Premium 1101t3111.'ITOLIFORK,
TCPCO RIO [Letter Chaim,
CIII ly C lit,
Among (ho emeatitios of our Homo, we dediro to cu
nttoution to (no cetobiatud
The exclusive right to sell which is vested in us. Send fel
nein:llhr und got full pal ticul.ira of some, and milli.)
yourself of its superior qualities.
Scales of all sizes and descriptions, including
Ted and Counter &ales,
Grocers' and Druggists' Scales
Rolling Mill, Wheelbarrofv, Pork, Port
able, hopper, Miners and Trans.
portation, gay, Cattle and
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS
The largest and best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL & PUTTY
Ever offered in place.
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BRADS,
By th keg. Very Imp•
Boot Norway null, rod, bar an hoop Irou.
STEEL, of all sizes and descriptions
-' CARRIAGE SPRINGS;
IRON AND, BRASS WIRE
Lord, Lubricating and Coal Oil,
By tho barrol or gallon, at very low figures
.Cu A call is respectfully POI feeling confi
dent that our goods and tutees will not fail to
'WHARTON & MAGUIRE.
Nay 7, 1967.
THE OLD ESTABLISHED FIRM,
J. J. RICHARDSON & CO.,
125 MARKET STREET, PIIILAD'A.,
Is the Largest Mannfitcturing Confectioners and Whole.
solo Dealers in Fruits, Nuts, &c,, In the United States.
ISAAC K. STAUFFER- gPa
wATCIIMAKER, and JEWELER,
No. 148 North 21 Street, corner of Quarry,
An rocmrtment of Watches, Jewelry, Silver ant Plated
canto constantly on hand.
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS!
411S-Itepairlng of Watches and Jewelry promptly at
BOOK AGENTS WANTED
To solicit orders for Da. Witatsst SMITII% DICTIONA
RY OF TIIE MIME. True ONET EDITION
Austues, CONDENSED DS DE. SNIITII'S OWN lIAND. In ono
large °LIM° volume, illustrated with over 125 steel and
tt nod engravings.
Agents and subscribers see that you get the genuine
edition of Dr. Smith.
Tim ,Springfield liepublican says, this edition published
by Messrs. Burr & Co., is the genuine thing.
The Congregationalist says, whoever wishes to get, in
the cheapest form, the best Dictionary of the Dible she'd
Agents are meeting With unparalleled success. We em
ploy nu Genera/ Agents', and Wier extra inducements to
Canvassers. Agents will see the advantage of dealing
directly with the DUBIASIIIRIS. For descriptive then-
ISIS_ with full particulars and 1.01111.+, address the Publish
111).274,3M J. D. & CO.,
T O FARMERS.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
The attention of Farmers and other C 01151111101 ,, of Fer
tilizers is invited to this Guano, as worthy of their spe.
vial notice. Its the for several )cars in Maryland, Vir
ginia and other southern Stales, for all crops, has given
it a standard character for excellence unequalled by any
o thor. It possesses all the quickness of rernvian Guano
with permanent qualities not found in that article. 250
lbs or this Guano ore faun it more than equal to 200 169 of
the best Superphobphates. It ripens the m heat crop
fro n,ftreho ocean days earlier than the phosphates, which
fact alone gives it incalculable advantages.
Liberal discount to dealers. For sale by
JOllll S. REESE & CO.,
General Agents for Pacific Guano Co.,
39 south Delawaro Ave.
mh 15-0 m and 71 South street, Baltimore.
Anti-Incrustation. Co.'s Office,
No. 147 South Fourth Street,
n 7'l • • ---.7777:=1. 7T:7 :f7:\:—
Will 'mow scales front Srnur Itoirr.ns Owl keep them
clean, tender the Boiler fe r n linbto to Explosion, and Ulla
i)lf/ a great saving of fowl.
'.11110,1 I N3MUMENT have been in surcessfut use during
the last two years in many of tho establishments of
mislaber parts of the United &airs. how which
_flattering testimonials of their usnal,fal sarong
of fuel and labor have boon received.
470 - -PA nal ES lids iog 111/IfifillS.,uould de Ns ell to call
at the Ofili e. end exinnino testimonials. Re., Sc. '
EZRA LUKENS, JOHN EAREIRA,
ulid Teen, PA.!. t. -
Juno 3, 'O3-3 nine.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
GREAT REDUCTION OP TOLLS
DAILY CANAL LINE
From Thlmater to 01l points on the
Susquehanna River and its Branches,
Chesapeake & Delaware Canal, Tide
water and Pennsylvania Calids.
By Regular ilaily TOW 4 of Canal Boat.; from Philadel
phia lo all place; on the thnoquelomina Rho or awl lot/niche,
(heals consign-a In, tine above point.; hoe Phil ulelpeie
and Baltionn 0 Will ha teccivrd, c.u•clully lonolluil. and
forwarded by Calla EOM; M Intel urn eonblontly :untying
Ample mat thon-0 and wharfage room (under Cover)
1110, ill hot hoado it comsat,
Stillwell will Oral it to their advantage to w•ttd fer
mata their ronagnatentl to teeelva quick dispatch.
For lin liner pal toadars, apply to
HOFFMAN & KENNEDY,
Ne. 801 North On lawuu. Avenue,
or SOS. JAS TAYLOR,
No 212 kt Falls Avenue.
• . ,
JAS. E. CALDWELL Si, CO.,
NO. 902 CHESTNU T STEET,
ManufacturerS and Importers
Of ON cry dent iption of
PIRST CLASS GOODS,
beluoging to the Sthittetti of
Goldsmiths and Silversmiths,
limo moos e:1 to their
NEW MARBLE STORE,
iffx lending hoot Chestnut Ste eet to SIIWHIM Street, afford
ing ample 1,0111 allti 1.0111,11te11t14 is jug op_
1101 Laid ty for a pt raper dibplay of goods, and eet ter Illettlltt
NI their In.lllllillatto/1.
With ettuusine anti CtVolithio 111 . rallgoinelltS ill this
Country and in Efitopo, Sy() afro in a position to offer at
inufletato FIXED prices
Watches, Diamonds, Bronze & Marble
Goods, Silver Wares, Jewelry,
• Porcelain, Plated Goods,
and only itc,etiption of
an S ii t i l , l 6 l% Ce rt , ; N o i n lit s ti c i . llo city are to y .ex-
628. HOOP SKIRTS. 628.
lIOPIIIN'S "OWN MAKE"
RIO 010 best and CIIEAPFST Low PRIM Hoop Shirt,' in the
mat ket. Trail :Atli to, 25 opt togs, $1.00; 30 ..pt t ego, $1.20;
and 40 springs, 31.45. Plain Skirts, 0 tapes. 10 springs.
SO Cents; 22 sin lugs, 05 Cents; 30 springs, $1.15; and 35
*rings, $1.15. lihrntatcd in crcry '
"Oar OWN Make" of "UNION SKIRTS," eleven Tape
Trails, from 20 to 50 spilings, $1.2.0 to $2 50. Plain. Six
Tapes, 20 to 50 springs from 05 Cents to $2.00. Tins°
Skirts one better titan ?hone 6011.1 by other establiehments
as first ChISR goods and at much lower prices.
"Our OWN Make" of .CIIA'APION SHIRTS" aro in
every way snow for to all other Hoop Skirts before the
public, and only intro to ho examined or worn to con
vince every one of thin fact. Manufactured of tine host
linen-finished English Steel Springs, very snipe: ior tapes,
and the sty to of file wcLdic ftsletings 1.141 utnnucr or
securing them surpass for durnbtlity and excellent° any
other skirt it, this country, and are lighter, Inure elastic,
will wear longer, give ntore Natlslactien, and are realty
cheaper than all others. Every lady should try Mont
They ore being sold extensively by merchant to Ott °ugh.
out this and lino nuljeinting States at very moderato in ices
If you want the bent, md: fur "Ilepltill'aChantiptun•Skirt."
If }ma do ant find them, get the membant with witsont
you deal to on.let them for Sou, on come or send direct to
He, MI:tell:MIN will llnd our anion:int grades of Skirts
exactly what they tired, and wo enpecially invite them to
call and examine our ostensive assortment, or send Mr
IYlnoleentle Price Lint.
TO bu had at Retail at Manufactory, and of the Entail
tfradd generally, and at Wholesale of the Manufacturer
only, to whom all orders Omuta he addressed.
MANUFACYPORY ANn SALESIIOO3I 023 Anon switrzr,
netwecu cat and 711. Its., Philadelphia.
Will: T. 110P.K1NS.
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS.
HEMLOCK, PINE BILL STUFF
Boards, Plank. Shingles, Flattering and Shingling
Lath, constantly on hand.
Wet ked Flom i»g, Sash Blinds, Doors, Door and Win
dow Finales, famished ni liatuttfael niers' pi ioCs.
Graft and Lutuitiy product genet ally bought at marlic
late. loNnit 800..
Phil ipAPu 1 6,, Ceutto co., Ps.
PRESS will al triumph over oM
Thue it is that this community gives testhnouy in to
vor of tho well known establiehmont of
HILL STREET, HUNTINGDON.
Whilst it iv not his purpose to deceive the public by
clamoring Now pliers and better goods" than other
denims, ho simply hn•ites chi w ho wish to purchase in his
lino of business to call and satisfy themselves that with
him n patron once gained is neve, lost, that is, "lie proof
of thin p u dding is in the tasting of It."
lIC linsjuit leceived Ilk winter supply of
2 1 8 ADV Mfg EIDIMB.I3,
FOR MEN AND BOYS
Ho has ales a large assortment of the most substantial
Hats, Caps, Gags' Fornishial Goods,
of every deactiption, and made up (Loin the best material
Always on hand the (Inuit quality of American, ]ing
dish nud French CLOTES,CASSAMEIt ES and VBSTINUS,
which aro made up to order by good, experienced work
men, in a manner the moot fashionable and endurable.
No eastern city can afford a bettor or more varied style
of goods than can be boon I in my selection.
Huntingdon, Nor. 13, 180 T
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
GEO. F. MARSH,
'MERCHANT TAILOR ,
AND DEALER IN
FOR MEN AND BOYS,
Have removed to the store room on alto cot nor of tins
Diamond, opposite Lewis' Book Storo, where ho Intends
to hoop constantly on hand tiro latest styles of leanly
mode Clothing and piece goods, comprising
AMERICAN, ENDUED AND FRENCII
GLOTTIS, CASSIMCRES, AND VESTINOS.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERBS, AND VESTINOS.
Being a practical At cal:man of many ykrs experieneo
he is proponent to mho to order Clothing for mon anal
boys, and guarantee neat, dniablo and fashionable ;cork
manship. Ho Is detettninetl to pleusoovoty body.
All nro Invited to call and evamino my now
stock of boautiful patterns Moro purchasing elsowhero
mch2s GEO. F MARSH.
- • .
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND
- n M. GREENE has removed his
ifi c Music Store, to Gm second floor of heistet's Wild
ing, where he keeps cow,tantly On hand STEINWAY Ic
SONS' and 0 AEIII.E'S Piano Iklatinfitchtring Company's
PIANOS, MASON A lIAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS and
CA RHA UT, NEEDHAM CO.S' MELODEONS; Guitars,
Violins, Fifes, Flutes; Guitar and Violin Strings.:
MUSIC BOONS—Golden Chain, Golden Shower, Golden
Censer. Golden 'Pilo, &c., Ac.
fill SEP MUSIC—Ito is constantly receiving from Phil.
adelphta all the latest imhic, a hidr persons at a Riatance
ishing, can, Older, and have SCIII Gann by in ail.
Also GROVER k BAK ER'S Celebrated SEWING MA
CH INES—tho only natchine that, in addition to e,
kind of sewing. embroiders perfectly ; sewing Silk and
Cotton of all kinds and colors for !matinee.
Persons buying Sea lug Machines fully instructed in
the use al them.
.t ,7 Pianos and On gains Warranted for five years.
trilo3o Ns hiring to hug any of the above artioles era in
vited to call and examine mi. bolero ;massing else.
where My paces are the same nit in New York and
Circulars of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly
upon application with any additional informatton desired.
D. M. Gm:ENO,
Hill sheet, Ilmittngtlon . , Pa.,
Second door of holster's now brick building
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J. M, GREEN .& F. Q. BEAVER
If vii enterea Into portnership, inform the public the
they no pierared to execute ell styles of
Plain and ornamental Marble Work
Ich m MONUMENTS. U PADSTONES . ,
Wean, at It ithe ',Heys an any :lop in the county.
Shop on MIFFLIN street, n few doors east of the L
them n church in,h6,1,567
NFADBLE YARD. The undersigned
would respectfully call the attention of the citizens
of Huntingdon and the adjoining counties
. to the stock of
beautiful marble now on hand. Ito Is prepared to furnish
at the shortest notice, Monumental Mai hlo, Tend', Tables
nod Stones of every &sited aim, and form of flail:,,, or
Eastem Marble, highly finished, and carved a ith appro
priate deviees, or plain, as may suit.
Building Marble, Door and Window Sills, &c., will be
[twiddled to older. ' ;
W. W. iiii;lges ',novel( to furnish material and work
manehip equal to ituy lu tho cotattry, at a fair 'price. Coll
nod ,et., before yon pmcLa,o okowlimo. Shop on the
oilier of Mootgounny and Mifflin Iluntingdon,
Una t lagdoti , May 16 1865. • '*. •
WINDOW' CURTAIN PAPERS,.
A 4..ARGE STOCK • -.
.•l : AND :•
Window Curtain Papers,
.LEWIS' BOOK STORE. ' `
(Or 4 Cleiali) 3P-101 44,
CHEAPER THAN ANY OTIIL
KINDS. Call at Lewis' Book Slave
and SEE ASSORTMENT.
THOMAS N. COLDER.
The undersigned having now (Tithed into tho
,g 1 1)
t ll z e ct e, i l l i o tr , i . r i t l pt i T o w p c , r4 a t r ln a t t;e me t e nft t org' l l
+z= orders orders on rho nhoucet notice.
'1110.4. N. COLDER.
Alexandria, Oct. 23. 1.366-tf.
FOR .THE LADIES,
A ouperior articlo of Note Paper and Envelope
naltablo fur tonjitkniod co iet pood.one, for ~.do
LEWIS' INC. K it ST-117(//yERY STORL'..
TO THE AFFLICTED !
ANARTICLE oli' REAL MERIT !
A Remedy that has been tried awl stood thin tint, n o t
Duly in all OCCIOOII.II case, but in every commodity
where wird it law been pruflooneed the safest :tad mum
reliable remedy hammier
LOSS OF APFETITE,
Mei chant Tailor.
INTERMITTENT, OR ClllaS
AND FOR ALL FEMALE DISEASES
AB an agrecablo and safo mud). and, an Invigorating
Beverage it law no equal.
This valuable Dittoes is compassd of the essential pro
perties of roots—tho medicinal qualitios of which Intro
bcesecarefelly extracted. It is ogrecable to the testo unit
•does not leavo that unpleasant tosto the mouth for
booth utter, that most medicines do.
Ann Blood Purifier and Liver Tonic it has no equal.—
It contains no calomel .or other injurious drug, but Is
For Dyspepsia it cannot be excelled. It contains no
thing injurious to tiro stomach, is mild and prompt in
its action and elects a pornumunt cur° by romovir% tiro
cause of lira complaint.
For Intermittent Fewer or Chilli and Fever this Bittern
e n epecille far buster mul taller than quinine.
No Pitnily bluntld ho without it as the cost io ttlmtia
compat eft with thu Buffering that may lin arohhat by hay
ing it at It in conch mullion attack.
Weakly Persons use the Oriental Otters.
Invalids use the Oriental Bitters. . .
Dyspeptics use the Oriental Bitters
Females use the Oriental Bitters
TRY IT AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF.
opal ell only by
ria, $l.OO per bol tlo.
Fur Ealo by nil druggists and dealers generally. mh2l
orPtYte in oneß ol o
will quickly restore Gray Hair ,
to its natural color and beauty,
and produce luxuriant growth. It b.
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 restore
it. The beautiful gloss and perfume
imparted to the Hair make it desirable
for old and young.
V Ivor Bala by all Druggists.
DEPOT, 10S GREENWILII ST., N. Y.
Authorized WAR CLAI AGENCY
SOLDIER 4' HEIRS, ATTENTION t
Tho ~et. of Congress npproited Mauch 2, ISO, gives
nor, of Soldierd who tiled prisoners of wnr,:
COMMUTATION FOR RATIONS,
for Om Brno tip 'soldier Iva, so held a prisoner,•at tlt
rate of lArcrit).flro pests per day, to bp paid is the follow
lag olt!or: lot. To 010 if lit:married ; MI. To dui
chilth en; ad. To the parents, to both jointly if they are,.
living, if either is dead, to tlvistirviyoyi -4th. To the bro.
Tito act id•Febrtiary 28. 1867, pralines fqr tho forptl-
hig of the $BOO Computation 010iley. where, thu same pop ...
0011 Wn 3 a;!Uirl dialed; nun van required to cuter the rocz,
vivo or ruutieh n onbititate.
The net of March 2,1807, also makes yrdrisions for the'
payuirn t of Om
$lOO ADDITIONAL BOUNTY • '
to such soldiers as have accidentally lost their disci's!,
All pore/nes baring nny 'claims under any of tho abovo
mentioned Acts, or any othor kind of claim against tint
United , State, or State (lovernments, can have finial
prompliy collected, by addressing the urdm•aigued. In.
formation and whir° clicerfall,y Apron to soldiers or Hick
friends, frail of clung°.
- ' W. IL WOODS,
,'. l "thori:ClAnt&Y Vavy Mr-Claim .pent,
ma3u,',.1801 HUNTINGDON, Iluntiugilmi CO, PR
The best ,Vlonr, by the barrel or smaller quantity for
sale at Lewis' Family Oiocefy.
COUNTRY .DEALERS can
buy CLOTHING hunt nto In Huntingdon at,
WHOLIISATLE no cheap an they can in Oto
ties, as I have a wholesale store iu Philadelphia,
All kiwis orenuntry prorlT.o taken in exelifinßfnr.
Goods at Lewis' Family Grocery.
E VERY FAMILY
tYCI ialnN circeery, envy
article usually kept in first class Grocery stores. Call
lor , trbat yea cads.
The hest al;; fey 4le et
PAIN OR CRAMP Iv THE STO
.314011 OR BOWELS,
BUCHANAN & SMITH,
CF ESE. C HEESE.
Lewis' FAMILY GROCERY