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Wednesday morning, Nov. 22,1865.
LCiCAL & PERSONAL
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=There will be preaching in the
German Reformed church of this place
on Sunday evening next.
—A spirited revival of religion is in
progress in the M. E. church at Saxton,
a station on the Broad Top railroad.
—The revival which has been held
!in McConnellstown for several weeks
,past,sti/1 continuesovith continued sue
cm. Rev. Price officiates.
—The days wherein summer lingers
in the lap of winter, usually called
Indian summer, was with us last week.
; Pity it couldtk linger always.
,—'chose who want a good and pop
•ular Magazine, get Harper's Monthly.
Read prospectus in our adv. column.
—The Seminary in this place is
again in operation, after an interim of
many months: It has a lady Principal.
—Oar bunters still persist in bring
ing in their turkeys. We have heard
.st few good jokes wherein some of our
-sportsmen couldn't (or wouldn't) find
the difference between a wild turkey
And a tame one.
—Some of the colored "gemmen" of
-this place - couldn't miss the sight of
their bredren in arms showing%them
eelves in all the pride and pomp of
glorious circumstance of war on Tues
day last, in Harrisburg.
—We await to hearof the justifiable
killing of one or More of the midnight
robben that repeatedly disturb the
coops, cellars, stores and dwellings of
our citizens. Then, surely, the robbers'
jubilee will terminate,
—Regular preaching on every other
,Sunday, is now being held in the Epis
copal Church - Of this place, which
church has been for some time without
a preacher, Rev. 'Mr. Barrow, for
merlyof Harrisburg, is the minister.
—A few farmers in town on Satur
day last were displeased with the new
market arrangement. They were only
n few, however; and the few that look
at the dark side ofthe picture, not sc
in,g whereirs they are benefitted.
--Hour memory runnetla not to the
geontrary, we have in view a "nice
treat," from a friend not a hundred
miles away. When it conies we Pre
dict it will be in the shape of a box of
t3egars. No hint,.of Course, is intended.
—Bain fell in this section the latter
part of last week, to the satisfaction of
farmers and housekeepers. The fall
thereof broke the delightful spell of
Indian summer, and we may now, we
think, rook for winter's icy clutches,
—The individual who was afraid to
go around the corner, and left a por
tion of himself in front of our office, is
hereby notified not to call again these
cold evenings, as his visit may not be
eo easy. He may also have the dis
comfort of leaving it somewhere else.
!This was not the first offence.
—Any body or any body's body that
is in need of a good suit will please
call at S. E. Henry & Co., and call for
some of their ready made clothing,—
'iron can call for any thing else in the
.provisioile, dry, goods, or
notion line, you Want, and you'll get it.
—Since the "Democrats" have lost
their ground in "Noo Gersey," and as
they are left without a State in the
Union they can call their own, they
ere obliged to fall back on their strong
holds ichcounties and township& Car
lon township, in this nounty, is willing
to 'receive all the "Di ra mycratio" fugi•
—lt is reportbd that a bill prohibit
ing the killing of game : of all kinds
for the next five years will be intro
flace'd at the .coming session of the
.legislature. Our hUnters must think
_bill will pass, for, , they are bent
on exterminating - all' the deer, bears
and•turkeys within . a hundred iniles.
gol'd has been discovered in
Greene county, other counties are vie
ing with each , other endeavors to
create a sensation. 'Zvery piece of
quartz is being;examined, to see if any
thing "yeller" can be found. Bedford
county takes, the, lead in the new son
cation, our neighborhood ; Hunting
dim; we Aupicoie, Willigerne next:
litiya we pre not going to
have .'a baltd, aaci a good one? We
mean no other band than our brass
WO, or the band of young men who
play on t.,1:0 toss instruments. They
are receiving instruction from a ,re,
rowned Philadelphia teacher, Mr,
Herrmann, and' we may expect ere
Gong to,have our el , imbers broken by a
Open of the beet MIMIC we ever heard.
—Those are signitmant initials that
will be branded on measures in our
inerket. H. M. stand 3 for a great
Many things; for instaneo: Her or His
'Majesty, Hard Meat,Hon est Merchant,
Honorable .Market-master, and a host
'nf othey T titles We lot others conjecture;
but We ar'e' informed that they mean
nothing more nor less than the Hunt
ingdon Market,. (yet to'be, and which
undoubtedly will be.)
The following list °fames were tried
last week. Court adjourned on Wed
desday evening till Monday morning.
Commonwealth vs Thomas Jones,
John C. Donnell and HUgh' DlcKernan.
Indictment rape. True bill. Continued.
Com. vs B. F. Clark. Indictment
larceny. True bill. Verd not'guilty.
Com. vs John Barret. Indictment
assault and battery. Not a truo bill,
and that Thomas O'Brian, prosecutor,
pay the costs.
Corn. vs Thos. O'Brian. Indictment
assault and battery. Not a true bill,
and that tho county pay the costs.
Com. vs James G. Allison. Indict.
fornication and bastardy. True bill.
.Cot" Martin V. Miller. Indict.
larcer44 . lipe bill. Verdict not guilty.
Corn. VAtary Ann Foster. Indict.
assault and battery. • Not a true bill,
and Mary Fahey, pros'x, to pay costs.
Com. vs Wary Fahey, John Fahey,
and James Fahey. Indict. assault
and battery. Not a true bill, and Mary
Ann Foster, prosocutrix, to pay costs.
Corn. vs Mary Fahey. Indictment
assault and battery. Not a true bill,
and Mary Ann Foster, the prosecutrix,
to pay the costs. • .
Corn, vs Elizabeth Donaldson. Ind.
assault and battery. Not a true bill,
and Jacob Sellers, pros'r, to pay costs.
Com. vs Aaron Donaldson. Indict.
assault and battery, with intent to kill,
Not a true bill, and Jacob Sollars, the
prosecutor, to pay the costs.
Cbm. vs Jacob Sollers. Indictment
assault and battery. Not a true•bill,
and Aaron Donaldson, pros., pay costs
Corn. vs John Free, ndictment
selling liquor to minors. True bill.—
Verdict guilty. Not sentenced.
Corn. vs same. Indictment keeping
a gambling house. True bill. Verdict
guilty. Not sentenced,
Corn. vs same. Indictment selling
liquor without license. True bill.—
Defendant pleads guilty and submits.
Com. vs Nelson linden. Indictment
adultery. True bill. District Attorney
enters a• none prosegui.
Corn. vs Walter Stine. Indictment
larceny. True bill. Recognizance for
Corn. vs Christian Conte. Indict.
assault and battery. True bill. Dis
trict Attorney entered a nolle prose.ita.
Coin. vs Nicholas Stonder and Wm.
P. Barry. Ind. larceny. Not true bill
Can. vs John 31cMonigall. Charge
assault and battery. Deft, discharged.
Com. vs William Hill. Chargo — lar:
cony. Defendant discharged.
■oldters , Monument
We are under the impression that
there is very little encouragement giv
en to the project of raising a monu•
meet in honor of the departed braves
of this county. We do not wish to find
fault with our people, but we believe
that the noble object of a soldiers' mon•
ument should not be left to die out for
the want of proper effort and liberal
countenance on the part of our citizens.
Other towns thrOughout the state ex
hibit more piililic spirit In this matter
than we do, for our exchanges tell us
that in many parts of Pennsylvania
monuments aro being reared in honor
of the nation's heroic dead. It is a
question which shouid enlist the atten
tion of every man that loves his coun
try. It is a duty, and not a pleasure
we are called upon to exercise. It is
a debt that the living owe to the fallen
brave, and so long as it remains undis.
charged,. WO are unworthy of the great
blessings fur which they died. Let
our men of wealth take the lead, and
our word for it, there will be no serious
obstacle in the way of its erection.
Who will make the effort ?
ler° We have received a large hand
bill,announcing a grand Mass Convene
tion to be held in the - House of Repre
sentatives, at Harrisburg, on the 10th
of January, 1866; for the purpose of
devising ways for the removal of tho
obstructions interfering with shad fish,
eries in the Susquehanna and its tribu
taries. The bill calls upon the citizens
of this county, among others, to or
ganize meetings and elect representa
tives to the Convention. We hope
this matter will be attended to, for it
is, in our estimation, a subject of great
importance to the people living along
those streams, :Not only Shad, bult sal
mon and perch would abound in the
Juniata, were it not for the high darns
which-obstruct their ascent. Let us by
all meaniselld delegate's to the Con
vention which is to- -meet at Harris ! .
Those of our friends in the county
who are so dfsPosed, would 'Oblige us
by sending such 'items as they may
gather :froth their,neglibdrhoods as
would be of 'generaiinterest. There
is much transpiring throughout our
county that, - *cOlutli: unieatia ' in this
way 'would add materially.to the in,
terest of a paper.. Sales, ,of Reg} estate,
Church Dedications, Accidents, besides
much more that enters'into the "make
up" of a readable: paper, are of com
mon occurrence, and • need but the at
tention of some one te'briii l l them bo‘
fore the public. Will pot settle -ofour
young readers make the attempt.?
Who will be the first One to respond?
TheAutiry fiow-is, since. ttie citizens
and farmers have f`war/tet ,on the
brain," Who, will be the 41otiorable
Marttet master? We understand that
the high official, who is to get so many
perquisites in the way of forfeited
meat, butter,•frult,,ete., is to be none
other thap our renowned friend, and
fellow citizen, Col. E. C. Summers.—
itnews very we
~ s lat in and what
isn't, and our Citizens will find out
that they will not hp ~ p 14," and our
farmers will discovitir they will, not be
.11iiir There will be, divine service in
the Protestant Episc•pal Church, in
this place, next SundaY. The Rev. Mr.
Speer of Altoona, will officiate.
Soldiers' Discharge Papers.
It will be remembered that we have
frequently 'referred to the attempt to
set up a system of huckstering in sols
diers' discharge papers, and that we
denounced the swindles practised in
the matter of these discharges. The
purchase of them is, we believe, no
longer attempted; but various impos•
tors are traversing the country claim
ing to be agents of the State, for the
purpose of collecting them, in order to
secure additional bounties for veteran
soldiers In many, cases soldiers have
parted with. these, to them, invaluable
documents, - without oven taking a re•
ceipt; and they are therefore lost. It
may as well be said here and now,
that no such agents have been appoin
ted. and those who represent them
selves to be so aro swindles. Again we
advise soldiers to keep their discharge
papers in their own hands.
A Cannon to Liquor Sellers
In the Commonwealth cases tried
last week it will be seen that a liquor
seller of this place was found guilty of
three indictments 7 —selling liquor to mi
nors, keeping a gambling house, and
selling liquor without license. There
are certainly more such cases, and it is
not altogether justice to punish one
and allow others to continue offending.
It may have the effect of making li
quor sellers more cautious.
A man named Philip Harpster, a
carpenter living in Saxton, this county,
had both his legs broken by falling off
the top of, an engine house in that
place, on Thursday, last. The morning
was frosty, and his feet slipped.
'—A man named Henry Cypher,
while standing upon the tender, of a
B. T. locomomotivo tender, had his
toe taken off, by being caught between
that and the bumper of the next car.
A Cold Winter Coming
The weather prognosticators aro
again at work making predictions
about the coming winter, which they
say is to - be a long and sovero one. The
signs given are that birds early took
their flight southwards, and that the
husk of the corn was very thick and
covered the ears to the very ends—a
never• failing proof that overcoats and
tuel will bo in great demand.
M. P. Campbell retired from the of.
fico of Commissioner on Monday, and
was succeeded by Adam Warfel, re•
cently elected: Mr. Campbell has boon
a faithful and vigilant °Ricer. The
present Board now consists of the fol•
lowing gentlemen : John Householder,
Jacob Miller and Adam Warfel.
A man named Thomas Joni 18 On
fined in jail on the charge of having
committed rape. Ile hails from the
lower end of the county, where the
deed was committed on the public
highway; but wo understand he will
not bo tried-at this court, on account
of an important witness nut appearing
Off to the . oll Keglooq
A few gentletmin left this place last
week to visit the oil regions sn which
they are deeply (i. o.; from the pocket)
interested. We' don't know whether
oil was struck by their presence or not,
but it is altogether likely it was. We
expect our readers will hear from
them, through the next week's Globe.
Dy All Ricans
If you desire to present your friend
with a neat and acceptable present at
Christmas, suliscrit;e:in time fora copy
of the "Photograph gamily Record..":
• On the lath'irst., at the Exchange
Hotel, byßev. J. A. Price, Mr. ELIPIIAZ
C2,I3WELOW, and Miss ELIzanth4I.IIOR
TON, both of Belleville, Pa.
On the 15th inst., by Rev. John An
derson, Mr. JAMES G. SNYDER, of Hen;
derson,twp., toMSS MARY B. Moon;
of Barree township, Pa.
On Sunday, November 12th, by Rev.
John A. McKindles, at the residence of
the bride's fat.hor,M.r. JACOB iiOFFMAN
to .Mies SeitAri A, ..61/1.1.E1t, bctb of
At the residence of her parents in
Hartalog Valley, on the Slat of Octo•
ber, MAGGIE, daughter of Michael and
Elizabeth Shriner abed 16 yeare and
With the departure of the bright
summer, the flowers and the birds, our
dear young friend left us, as.we reason.
ably hope for the land of eternal joy,
and life and, love. Maggie was a con
stant ailendant 'npoti the Sabbath
School. from early childhood, and on
her dying bed gave pleasing evidence
of her attachment to the Savior, and
of her •willinguess 'to depart and be
with Hini. • M. H. S.
A.t the Farmer's Hotel, in this place,
_ _ _ last, .0, r„
on xesuay xan...o MELLorr, aged
This young man was born in lied
ford township, Fulton county, Pa.,
where he has always bad his home.
About the first of September, while on
his way to lowa, he was so badly in
jured on the Railroad, that amputation
was necessary. This tvas very skill
fully performed by I:lectors Neff and
Snare, who, kindly treated him for
some time, and on being relieved by
the Company's physicians pronounced
him out of danger. Persons interested
in his care supposed him recovering,
when on Tuesday last he suddenly ex.
Great credit is due Mr. Jacob's farn
i!y, and the Pennsylvania R. R. Com
pany, for thO hospitality shown him
during his illness. There were . no re
lations here 'to mourn his loss, or to
follow his remains to their last raging
place, but s,;vhite the silent grave holds
his body, wo bop() his bas gone
to the God who gave it" S***
AN ORDINANOE taestablish and regulate
a Market in the borou'gh of
SECTION 1, Be it ordained acid enacted by
the Burgesses qnd Town ,Council of the bor
ough of Huntingdon, and it is hereby enacted
by the authority of the sdme, That it shall
and may be lan ful to base, bold and keep
within the said .borough, ono market on
Tuesday and one on• Friday in every week of
the year, on that part of Hill street knoivn
as "The Diamond." A i ndtthe .hour of open
ing the market shallberA,o'elook,.e.• in., in
April, May; June, July, August, and Sep
tember, and 6.o'cloek; a. in., in all other
months of the year, and not earlier, under a
penalty of Five Dollars'against each and ev
ery permit violating tho same.
Sec. 2. The Burgesses and Town Council
shall appoint a suitable person to Market
Master, who shall perform all things belong
ing to his office, and shall be removable for
neglect of duty, and another from time to
time appointed and removed as the Council
shall find necessary.
SEC. 3. From and after the first day of
December, 1855, if any victualer or initeher,
or other person shall on any of the market
days ur any other day of the week,hawk from
door to door, or by any means sell or offer for
sale within the said Borough before twelve
o'clock, it, any beef,voal, mutton, lamb, goat,
kid, pork, venison, wool,eheese, butter,
try, dead or alive, eggs, fish, vegetables, fruit
or other food for the use of man, (unless the
same be 'engaged previous to market day,)
at any place or places other than the market
place in said Borough, he or. they shall fur
feit the value thereof; one half to be paid to
the market master foe the use of the burpora
don and the other half to the person or per
sons who shall prosecute within one week
after the offence shall have beets committed
by giving information on oath thereof to any
one of the Burgesses.
that nothing herein contained shall extend
to any person selling within hie or her own
dwelling house, or to any person offering fur
sale while alive any cattle, calves, sheep,
goats, kids, hogs, shoats, pigs or deer, or to
any person selling milk.
SEC. 4. Irony person or persons shall buy
up, during market hours, any kind of mar
keting for the purpose of forestalling or re
tailing in- market, such person so 'offending
shall pay for every offence Five Dollars. .
SEC. &. The Market-master shall' give his
personal attendance on sash and every mar
ket day, and shall examine by the legal
standard all weights and measures used in
said market; and shall upon the application
of the owner of any. wooden ,meaeure mark
the same with the letters 11. S. with a brand
iron to be kept by him forAhaVparpose, and
Such owner shall pay to the itidAlarket-inas 7
ter therefor 5 cents; and'' UPOn all' Metal
weights and measures the said Market-Master
shall stamp the same letters-with a stomping
iron, also to be kept by him-for that purpose,
and shall receive from the .p'finer thereof, 10
cents for eabh set of Weights-andMealcres'by
him stamped, ' .);
Sec. 6. It shall be thO duty of "the Dlnrket
master to seize, carry away. or destroy all
weights and measures useti c icolaid market
place, or on any street, onany, day, which
upon examination by the'.legnl standard of
Avoirdupois weight, liquid and dry measures,
shall be found to be daci6itt; and all pr'Ovi
sions which shall be offered for sale accord
ing to such false weights and measures shall
be immediately seized by the Market-master
and forfeited ; the one half thereof to the ute
of the corporation, and the Aber half to the
use of the Market-master: and the said Mar
ket-master shall seize and destroy all unsound
and tainted provisions which may be offered
for sale in said market, or on any street, and
pay the 4arrent price
r o e w o
f e o r r t
t h h e e r o u r s h otf u
the oorpnratioti upon
proof being made to the satisfaction of any
two of the Burgesses that the owner thereof
knew the said provisions were unsound or
tainted before be or she offered the same for
sale. ' I
Sec. 7. It shall be the duty ofthe.Market
master' to take care of the weights, tneasures
and brand-irons, which have been provided 1
for the use of the oorporation ; and 'he shall
not apply, nor suffer them to be applied to
any other use than that mentioned in this
act, and shall be accountable to the Burges
ses for the same, and shall deliver up the
same to iris successor in otftce.
SEC. 8. The Market-master shall on the
last Monday in May and the last Monday in
November in every year hereafter deliver in
writing to tho Burgesses or any two of them
a statsd account of all moneys by him re
ceived in pursuance of the act ; - and shall on
each settlement pay to the Treasurer all mo
neys in his heads which by this act ere ap-.
propriitted to the use of the corporation.
Sec. 3, All meat or other things usually
sold by weight shall ho weighed on' scales or
with scales and woighte. •
SEC. 10. On application to the- jacket-mas
ter for the purpose, he shall measure all wood
sold or Offered to be sold by,the „eon], and
shall be entitled to receive front 'etelt appli
cant the sum of 15 cents for oiielt call for
measuring ono or more cords or any'part of
ono cord ; and all wood measuring' less t r iton
is cord, or less than such part - of-a cord as the
same may be represented to be, or-May have
been sold for, shell be foileited; the.otio half
to the Market-master, and the other half to
the use of the corporation.
SEC. 11. All nriicles (unless tainted or un
sound) forfeited daring market hours shall
be seized and sold by the Market-master at
public outcry in the market place to, the high
esthidder, at 12 o'elpek of the same day; and
all articles forfeited elsewhere shall -be sold
by the Market-master at public outcry to the
highest bidder immediately after the seizure,
at any convenient place. •
...Sze. 12. The - Market - master shall 'see that
a passage for, vehicles through the market
place is kept elOar, anti that market wagnne,
ike., are conveniently,arranged.
Sec. 13:-The Market-master shall for every
market day that he attends receive_ the sum
of .50 cents out of the funds of thel3oraugh,
tolisintid upon an order'upon the Treasurer
drawn by any two of the Burgessifiti, in addi
tion' tci the perquisite's arising tohih3 by Tit.;
toe Of this act: ' '
Sac. 14. That if any person ,AII , psrsons
shall tall.c,.by . violence or etherwi:Se‘any.nrti
ales exposed to - snle Within the hennas of the
market place, and,earry sway, eat or destroy
the same without making fiill compensation
to the ownerior owners thereof, he or they
shall, hesides such com,peneation; pay it flop
of not more than .five dollars or less than
twenty-five .conts, at.the discretion of the
Burgess before whom the offender shall be
tried, which fines snail be recovered by war
ranefrimi under-Elio - hand and seal of any one
of the Borgesees for the use of the corporation
Stc. 10. All ordinances and parts of ordi
nances, relating to the regulation of markets,
heretofore .passed,,are:heroby repealed.
, On soldier Shoriff, James F,
Pathuret, will enter upon the "duties
of his office the last of this week.—
Sherif/ Johnston retires, with the Coil,
scionsnos of hexing 'done his duty
faithfully and satisfactorily.
Wr I` be Allegheny Bank of Pitts
burgh, Pittston .Bank, and Oetorora
Bank, all in Pennsylvania, and'ttio
Tronton Bank, in New ,Tersey,tijii
ported to be broken.
XgrA. reward of $lOO is offered for the
recovery of the goods and the itlipre
hension . of 'the thieves whO miter'ed'tbe.
store of Samuel Mattern,
ville,,on Saturday' night last.'
Two new brick humus in this
borough aie offered for ealo by Sam'l..
T. Brown. See advertisement.
The Penna Railroad schedule
btie again :been ehaniged.
PROS.. 7. 11. bI'ENTYRE'B GREAT RIMEDY,
Internal and Eternal Medicine,
Sa" Dlarrhoia, Bloody Flux IX ono day, -
./3/3• Headache and Earache in three minutes.
Aar Toothache In one minute.
.Car Neuralgia lu flue minutes,
.045 .1 F.pralus in twenty minutes,
43r Sore Ix ten minutes,
air Cholic and Cramp In tire
Atli" Rheumatism In one day,
TAB ilaln In the Rack or Side In ten minutes,
sm. Dad Coughs or Colds in ono day,
WR.. Fever and Ague in one day.
tra.. Cures Deafness, Asthma, Piles,
, 01...13ronchltla Affictionv, Dyapepsla,
Inflammation of the Hldneys, Erystpolar,
vol,_ Liver Complaint and PrOpltatlociof the Heart.
Keep it in your. Families—Sickness
comes wlten least expected.
I propose to check, and effectually dissipate morn ache
and vain, and to accomplish more perfect eguillbrkum oI
all the circulating fluids in the human eyatom, than can
he effected by nay other, or all other toothed. ef.medical
at in the same sow., of time.
THIS OYU ha It li.ll,llliDY is fast coming itito Use, fur
tho fact 'tit tt I cure, !tree of charge, ell those con•
plaints whencier there is ,an opportunity to do so. As
soon no it is applied it alincat miraculously kills the pain.
I do not oak you to buy before you are certain of Ito ettP
ciency. " If you horn an ;rehear pain, it is Warranted to do
all it purports Olltho label; otherwise the money will be
I do not propose to cure every disease—,only a class
named by my directions. My liniment operates on chem.
lest and electric principles, and is, therefore, appliable,
to the cure or natural reetotafire of all organic derange.
moat arising from all improper circulation of the nerve
Prof. J. H. MeHntyre's INDIAN CO3IPOTI,ND acts dl.
redly on the absorbents, reducing glandular and other
swellings in inoredible short time, without any pouate
danger front its use under any possible circumstances.
This is an internal and external medicine—composed of
roots, herbs and barks, such as our forefathers used
le a bountiful supply on elullt to cure all complaints
if we only knoW what they yore.
This has been R great stuely with the Medical Faculty
for many years, to find out the hinds best adapted to the
above complaints—how to put them together, and what
proportions to use. J. U. hicENTYRE,
Proprietor, Heading, Pa.
For sale at Lewis' Book store
Huntingdon, Pa., Sept. 6, 1885.
• DANDELION PILLS ,
For all diseases arising from one cause,viz :Fever and
Ague Dyspepsia, Catarrh in the Head, and disor.
&red Stomach, ouch as. Indigestion, Sick Read:act:o,o id
diness of tho Head, \Weakness of Sight, Windy Alirneuts,
ithcomatiSio, end Rheumatic Pains, Pains In the Beek or
Ski?, Nervous Debility, Lowness of Spirits, Impurity of
1130 Blood, Blotches or BruptiOns of the Body, Gravel,
Worms, Am., Arc. Sold at 25 cents per box.
INDIAN VEGETABLE •
WORM DESTROYER !
This infallible medicine is warranted to expel worms to
all rases and =ay be given to cni/dron of ail agon, no they
are purely vegetable and perfectly barralees. •
O Came had at Lewis' Book store, Iluntingdorit Pk.
STAR MAGIC LINIMENT
DIPTHERIA, or SORE THROAT,.
PAINS IN THE STOMACH,
SAMUEL IL SHOEMAKER;
Price One Dollar
Agents Wanted, to sell the above
nutuingdon, Oct. 25, 1814. •
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS
if you want Cheap Goods, •
CO TO R. M. CUNNINGHAM
If you want Good Goods,
GO TO R. M, CUNNINGHAM & CO'S.
If you want Fashionable Goods; -
GO TO R. M. CUNNINGHAM & CO'S.
If you want to see the
GREATEST VARIETY and
BEST SELECTION OF •GOODS
• EVER BROUGHT TO HUNTINGDON,
Consisting of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, CASSEMERES
deity and country manufacture, Brochet and Rianke,t
• SHINVLS, SONTAGS and Breakfast SHAWLS, PRINTS
and MUSLINS °revery variety, fiats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
GEOCCIUS and Confectionaries:and fu a word, everything
that eye bath seen or heart could retell, ,
GO TO R. M. CUNNINGHAM CO'S .
TVIZO_LESALE tr; _RETAIL STORE
Corner of Railroad and Nlontgoineri
Iluntingdon,Nov. 8, 1565. • '
EW FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
CLONG & CO. would respectfully
call the attention of the citizens of nuntingdon
and vicinity to the fact that they have Just opened a FA
MILY 013.0CL:WN &rota: at the old stand of Christopher
Long, where they will keep constantly on and a full and
well assorted stock of -
FRESH FAMILY GROCERIFog
5 1 01 an Covering's Syrup, N. Orleans nud Porto. Rico Me
busses, Sugars, Cotten Tens, Spices, Salt, 11am,, Sides,
Shoulders, Dried Beef, Flour, Fish, Cheese, Rico, Pickles,
and Provisions of nil kinds...
Pg DAR AND WILLOW-WARM,comprisitru. in part, Baskets, Buckets, Tubs, Washboards
Corn Browns, Brushes, Rugs, Mate, Floor Oil Cloths, Bags,
.Trynke, &a. Ay.
CANDIES and. NUTS of all kinds, wholesale and retail.
TOYS, TOBACCO, SEGIAItB,CoaI Oil, Coal Oil Lamps, Ac
Thcy respectfully invite a Ball and ezatnlnation"of their
stock, satisfied that thole goads and peke' will-ion/ore
fayorably. with those of any other In tho place. ' '
• C. LONG & CO.
October 25, 1865 . . '
INFORMS THE PUBLIC
THAT .HE HAS
SPLKNDID STOOK of NEW GOODS
(I.A.N'T BE Bl± &T
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY
COME AND SEE. '
D. P. GWIN,
oct VI 'O.,
jEADY RECKONED • •
A, A complete Focht! Ready Rookoner , In dollarsan cents, to which are added forms of Notes, Bills, 80.
celpty, Petitions; &c., together with a set of maul tables
containing rate of Interest from one dollar to twelve thous
and, by the slugle day, with a table of wages, and board
by the meek and gay, published In 1860. Per sale at
iZETITS! BOOR S.toke.
. . ,
DRESSBUTTONS & TRlMitiNq S,
ot the latest styles, Belt Ribboil and iisekles; tip
exerj, Glove!, Ndigloge, Frilling', Ito., at
S. E. HENRY lk CO,
ADIES , PRESS GOOFS, cdmpri•
jUslug everything new and desirable, such aa Drene
131110, ailk mohair, and Irish Poplies,alpacae, Caeeimere,
enbnirge, Merliloes, all wool Frevel, Dolaines, *copy
ride, at • t. , ' • .I4.IIII¢NRX fe 00f
Rear d tlie'Soldpars!
Another Opportunity is offered the many
Prlends of the Soldiers to Reward
those who Faced the Musto '
of the neraY. •
J. B. iIIONTZ & BRO.
f ESPEOTFULLY inform. their nume
_lA roue friends of. Marklesburi and surrounding court•
try, that they have received a lar g e and sple n did stock of
NEW GOODS '•
• .READY MADE• CLOTHING,
HATS and .CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,. •
and a larga stock of JEWELRY, &C.
The public, without re g urdto politics, reli g ion, sect or,
color, will snd our store tha l assic to buy Just wb o t they
want,. and at prices to suit the times.
Don't foil to g ive us a coll r os -we . 'ars 'dot - en:caned to
plosso all. ,
blarkleshur gr fltudin g don co., Nov. 'I, N 5, , •
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
HENRY STROUSE & CO.
Respectfully Inform the public generally that they
Lave just received a large and splendid stock of goods at
their store in ItAttKLESB CEO, cenotating to part of
DRESS GOODS" -
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES, . -
HARDWARE, : • .
WOOD Land: WIL•
NAILS, • •
OLD MEAT, •
PROVISIONS, , • •
SALT; &e. &o. • .
AIso—BONNETS and. TINWARE
Ad In fact everything usually kept in a 'Rai clays coati.
try store, which were bought low for cash and will be
sold at correspondingly- low prices for cash, or country
produce, and request the public to give us a call before
purchasing elsowlare, feeling satisfied we can offer cope.
rtorinducemenis to cash buyers. •
We respectfully solicit the patronage of all, and taped
ally our Trough Creak Valley friends.
Everything taken in.exchange for-goods except prom!.
.ffirCash paid for all kinds of grain, for " whiCh the
Ligbest market prices will be given.
lIENEY MOUSE & CO.
Markleaberg, Oct. 21;1885.
ULARDWARE, CUTLERY, kc.
. , NOW OPEN
AIVD 1 OB SALE' BY
JAS. A. BROWN,
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOGICi
nuutingdon, oct 17. '
A T LOTV PRICES
ILAS JUST OPENED A viNg. inert OF 11111 F
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, -
Which he Offers to all who want to be
q. LOTH Et ,
AT PRICES TO SEIIT THE 'TIMES.
Ina 400 f. 00 . 10.4 of Ready-made Ocqlipgfor
MEN AND BOYS,
BOOTIS AND MODS, HATS, AND ,GAPS, LC., .
' Should gonCienien &alio 'InlY ptlitieular kind oz , ate
clothing not found-in. the stock. on hand, by 'eating their
meneure they can lie accommodated at - abort notice,
Call at the out corner of .th• 'Diamond, over Long•.
Grocery, 4. • . I,
Huntingdon Hay. 17, 'I:S. •
NEW STORE;:AND "NEW 'GOODS,
CHEAPEST .CLOTHING in Town
• LEOPOLD alk.Qolliir
HAS JUST•RECEIVED : .
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW stuals.or
FALL. 4.2,1 7 :I) : TV:INTAT :
• •' Which ho offer i a to the puhlie t • :
HATS cAP.B;paca's k'BltOL 4 s, &c.
Ms atom la at th ‘ o
OLD BROAD TOP CORNER,
'• • "
Who& be will be pleesed to receive au& iiccomtaodato xll
cuatomerc o TrEOPOWDLOO.M.:,
A T '"T' 'lki'ill""1• 0
I.KWESTBROOKBi - CO; .!,
Would respectfully call the attention or the 6
public to their fresh each anti Attractive'
FRIntXtPA;`•ToyS i - ''
And In fact everything generally kept la awl a store.
They era prepared to Mitt the most reasons/A. prices,
and by a close attention to. lsaloess, and their endeavors
to please everybody they hope to gain the good will and
patronage of the public. •
Their etoro is located on Hill street; directly opposite
the First National Bank, and weal formerly occupied by
Mr. Win. Sexton. son-sra
WHARTON & MAGUIRE'S.
.lE3Caretio6Text . •,; . Stcz!xs..cq,
The Public generally or; invited intrala
3C '" 7- 9 .17 "VV:, •At?i , T. l2o
A GOOD, P,iIUTAGritAI'II,LI4ENgS„
• 'DoiiN.Eit 8 irarivia
On Kidd STreel, two doors west of
_Lewis' Rook Store. •
CALL AND SEE SPEQINENS.
pAPER. I ,.V.APER ; ,!!
„..r..,; Poet, t,oramermal; 'Foghc..p aro,.
good aeliortrnont for EM, by thebilf ikkTiS, *rOalri, /t4fre
ogrit;•o;ti,•, • • t, • j , ;.;
NXlir BOOR & STATIONERY STOMP.
-. TOR SALE.' •
aNE 11 ew trotting BIICT' one good
a \ il l in e s. A . RßlAGE, and ono zdArts..t i zi l st i afa ß flB1 0 g . 4
litintlngdon, Oct. 25, 1805. • -* •
TIIE. RUINS OF TILE LATE . -.ALEXAN
• - DRIA FOUNDRY:,
rillE undersigned not feeling 1.9 ro ;
build the Foundry new offers Fr sole the mini_ and
all property saved.. The building was a stone structure.—
Thellouldlug'rootri ins 44x'46; Ware reent,litngink and'
Lathe rooms Were 39 ,rt 47_r. the walla of...which are still
standing and Nieto but little Injured Lithe bre. The en,
gine, Lai bir and steckaro perfet y thisatipabils also stli9d•
Ihg sitilajurt4. There is a large stock• of valuable poi
terng.coaeisting of rolling will; gfisenti/L•ilirge atia
nece•palterns: a large stock of flasks for all kind: of wait,
a foil set of large. and small arida end bandledles,3tbe
largest of which is capable of holding rivehttlituidred.t
The ground connected with the Foundry is one.aare end
fifteen perches. on which there is erected a frame buildhig
used as a plitterp louse; also; *sea and Carriage houses.
Threehoee and lota. baring fruit, all of )../ I t e / i
Will be soldehcap.
.Terms iney, to Boit the purcho .r.-
Bor further partlculfuti apply.lA i.ernon or by rciajl
A.lexandria,,truntia4dan."OnatyyY nn ,
PARIVI - AT PRIVATE - SALO
Thepubsetibers will offer at private
sales farm situated In Jilelnam tornebtp, catittitu
ono hundred and forty of aibich are cleared, and the bat.
anon well timbered. with pine, oak and chestnut.
Tan improvetnente consist of a good dwelling babes,
batik barn, blacksmith shop, corn house, wagon ehedr and
other necessary out bullitings. •
A branch of 'Shinn Creek runs through the premises,
and a spring of good and never falling water-nee? thn
house. A good applO„:"ofohard,:iind a;nutaber of young
poach trees areal., on the term.
Thls Is a desirable locution, well adapted to the robing
of stock, audio convenient to schools and churches.
For further inforinistlon itiqulrdof this -. undersigned
living on the fartu: ' -
- - .
Vaet.,x•M:' 7E'cir 6 ``MEde
THE HEIRS of - JO:eeph Reod will sell
at yrirnte Halo En:Mat/le Ilyntatona tamp containing
157 Aoree;343, Perches,
and allowances, ohne& in . WEIST TtiWNSIIAP,
don county, Pa, one mile fro . Polarsbin, whiCh h 0 4:
the line of the Penna. Railroad.
About 120 acres aro cleared sad ln good state of cultiva
tion, mewing Sorno.22.ocios la mead Ow. The remain
ing part Is well timbered and is over qr° available for
farming. pnrpo , Na • < •
on It a large ivell'Anlsheil briek Inn*,
a large bank barn, one tenant house,a brick springil
house, carriage house, wagon shed and core
Also, an excoiloat apple end Nub orehard.' The Windt
are good, Including' nearly 200 panels, post and rail fence.
On the farm are three never failing sprlngtof thabees
limestone wilt*, and a running stream passing tlirorigh,
one corner of tho barnyard. ThlapresentS a karerchaace,
to obtain a productive, first quality farm.. _
For further particulars upon. or address , prevlott
to October 20th, the undereigied. •• • ' ;1 1
' T. B. BEM Petersburg, lunt.
JAMES 4.4111.019 N, Buttringdori...,
y 431.U.'1- • " , f
l'hounderslgned.wlll cell forja reasonable price the fol
lowing teal estate ilttiatedn DUBLIN , Toihehlp, Hunt
ingdOn county, belonging to lira. Eliza M. Pyn,l
No. I.—AdJeltdog lands of James Neely, William
art, and others:" cdritallitni•htio'huinflef and 'isfxteen
acres and etxtprive percboe, more - or. leas; ••••
No. Z.:—AdJointag lands of,James. Neely, James Nolly,
and &Mel Creeicontalning'seientoeh aciall, more'or lees,
3. 4 -Apjoinlng the above and er:halal rieiSeentehn
soreishAthirtyedx perches, mitt whereat - is cleared:-
The TeaLestoto chore mentioned .was purchased by nu.
Ellza',ll.Pylp at Shorrfplealtioftho fiioperty: of IWlllant
Any person wishing to purchase the above_ properties,
can wertalu the full particulars and !terra* . Of sale by
culling oh IL C. Rob Son, Esq :Of Bhado Gap. or,
• SCOT'', BROWN & BAILEY,
Ifuntlngdon. July 12,11e5: Attys. for2..M.
LOTS. FOR .S SALE
NM. DORRIS In
Agent fzir Z B. Thpnqvk
Iluntingdon, Juno 20,1865.
M II •SIZIMCCIL DOCI#X • dal
TUB undersienieci offer' the Farmon
which they reside, In West - township, Huntingdon
county, at private pale. - situated three miles from
Petershvg, and the camp dletance from-Railroad and ca
nal. It contains three hundred and foity-olne acres and
allowance; gold bulldlngo,madMbout ono hundred awl (
fifty'nees cleared," andrgoti adapted for a stock fara,y.
J. S. MAOIOIIOW.
itly '•• - (~, • • •
• • • • •f,•
, • •
.• • . • , .
.;AND -STATIONERY.: •
SIMPSON ARMITAGE CO.'
rirAvING PURCJ1451 .4 . 1.1) , •t h e ep : .
tire stock of Wm. Colo°, sssi norfOfferto the pnbllc
at reasonable prices opr Inattaupoetoek of
MECIETANIGAI;; ? :_, .
STATIONERY, 2 1 0.11.17iIONLIp A Ac.
"Aiso, Latest 103/les oL:
WALL V,O.p.tC,Fd w.rigngiivEx4Dns,
MAGA ZINt'S, and DaILI nad reeky Papers • constant:
a,.Orders fronlebroaif konsptliAtteraleA
CALL •AT 'BROAD, TOP • C01 . 144 : p'y,',,
33 akcetiii, ii6:lol:;o3laiorteei...
1 GEO . .-SHAEFFERI: ~
'I; - ti ' ec:
J a ' t
ret lir ' xi ed7fiOMthe ' l eae t.w iih.a
-.:- '.) ,!., ::. , '''obi'.!, : :i -. 7 .GU ,
BOOTS, SHOES,- GAITERS, AO.,
Which he.offera to:the ippeciion. of-hie cnatoncera Avid
the i publi6 gmiefo," Ficii ifill.elelllll4 tuck 14 - t49 nip!?
REASONXIILE - PRICES,' '. • --
ai4tiiPi * b . .,Dur4 3 :'k'cr?‘o"o l.l ,q '6 o44; " :'Y '
'BOOTS ksTIP.Ps X4$ , P - ..19-P . •
and iftEPAIDIN9 done , in the neatest knif "limit expail
pons.mannbri-1,-, 1 !. • ! !,, •-, •-• ..::.!,. c ...,/. • , ....:
Call , tirkinshlr. Ereliitoffer:allesho on Illp itiihk a
few doef?'niet of the Diamond. .! • •!!- !---' • !,:5e21:,,,,
HlGit SU.q,REN.DRII 11
-..1•11* fl - f: Alra'
THE BUST .SZIPT CHVLS.PUS'. •
tic r .r,o '3"
A -410 - 11 1504-V-.-VPPAVOA A '''
• MAIMeOf4I I 3 , informs ttte citizens or UusaruLdsn, end
eAcinitylettezi4o,keeiust recokrod from Ole citY AistY erid
eptentildittcli.of ' • I • .4, •
BoqT§A§gpm, IfAi§-4. RAPS,
Hasiery,..Shos , Findings, Cenpet , Sacks,
Trunks, &v., 41c, (0b4.4.'e. '
an of - which he ie prepared to sell at el:dated prices.
A lot of choice CONFECTIONERIES 'boo oleo been re
Don't forget the old stand In the - Diamond. Old caste.;
men and the public,-generally aro Invited to call.
Huntingdon, apll J 2, 1863.
BOATNHW AND SHOE STOHR
WM. AFRICA .
tit Infoilrao ALA! jot:
re ?Eln . i .. _tt_ v i old macula' tha.b.itunoni,
P o ..Fint-Asdithblit of..filrkindi.9f
~:BOOTS AND . : SHOES; :
For l a dies , G• tlenien : and';Chlh3 a i..
All 664ililifie , dll'eril•it fair PriCes": 4ukkactLes and
ntailProfia. oiAtitlng thy itor.l. • •
Aluntlugdan, Op 0,190.805 :, •• • • •
MIMANIG AIM' LIVERY. qTABLg.
Between the Baptist and Catholic Churches.,
/7 1 "
TILE PI7ALT.Ci . GFINERAL'LY ate
infotine4 tiAt:the ilibgeyiber le piPpoxed at bis Now
L EBY ISTABIA too
,llagszp :Bu.o f irEs;•4§ , CARRIAGES
;. '"ZEINICY'AVMMIALt '
...t.rgutins4ol3,,Narcil • • ; .. •
11)000k , z - BINDINO;
! .31 ,Gtd D( 01E44 14w:4164 ful>litiMt,fg!i 9( Rio'
ound loft at -• . • . 4
,GENIE' o.r- i f .54,427cofzigAZP..P*.