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Wednesday morning, Deo. 19, 1866,
LOCAL. & PERSONAE
Those subscribers receiving a pa
per marked with a t before the name
will understand that the time for
which they subscribed is up. If they
wish the paper continued they will
renew their subscription through the
mail or otherwise
Advertisements (puffs or notices)
published in local columns at ten cents
a line single insertion, counting seven
words to a line. if.
As all the prhiters of the town have
agreed to suspend operations for a
week during the holidays, there will
not be any papers issued next week.—
Printers will have time for pleasure as
well as other folks.
—A cheap and good present for chil
dren, is a book; a fine assortment for
the Holidays may be found at Lewis'
—Although we have not yet batch
wed, we have several messes of saes•
age and pudding sent us by good
friends. They • will please accept our
—One hundred and fifty-six pupils
were ordered to be admitted to the
Cassville Soldiers Orphans School, in
this county, up to December 1, 1866.
—A concert for the benefit of the
M. E. Sabbath School at Hopewell will
be given at that place on Wednesday
and Thursday evenings, December 19
.and 20. It promises to be a success.
—The valuable business stand now
.occupied by Cunningham & Etnier,
, together with the shops to the west,
.will be offered at public sale on the 3d
of January next. See advertisement.
L.Mr. John Barrick, of this place,
,killed a wild turkey last week weigh
ing 211 pounds. The hunters have
;killed more of this game this year than
in former years, owing either to better
luck or plenty of turkeys.
—We learn that a few of our citizens
have invested in the Crosby Prize
Concert. clf they draw anything they
don't expect 'e will let our readers
know, providing we got the informa
tion, which we desire.
—The _lionUor appeared last week,
having enlarged to a seven column pa
per. Mr. Corn man deserves credit for
the degree of enterprise acd mechani
cal ability he has evinced since taking
charge of that journal. The Journal
tfir .21.712Ci'iCall will also be enlarged this
—Young men will be looking around
for something nice, and not expensive,
as a present to the young ladies. They
should call and examine the assort
ment of perfumery at Lewis' Book
Store. Other articles, such as pocket
books, pocket knives, spectaelq„ etc.,
will be found there very suitable for
—The following eccentric marriage
_notice appeared in Saturday's issue of
the Pittsburg Republic: At the resi
dence-of Mr. Ed ward Cowling, Thurs
day evening, December 13th, 1866, by
the Rev. Grumpton, Mr. Win. Bulling
to Miss Maria Cowling., both of Alle
gheny city. What strange names
some people do have.
—The Catholic Fair, which opened
in Altoona on last Alonday, will con
tinue for some time, and is quite a mag
nificent affair. The display is really
creditable and the attendance large.—
The special prizes- - ---Firemen's trum
pet, silver mounfed bat, and ball, and
a set of-drawing instruments, are crea
ting a great excitement.
—Glycerine is recommended to pre
vent the freezing of Gas Meters in Win
ter, as well as the evaporation of the
water in the meter. One or two pints
of glycerine well mixed with the wa
ter, are sufficient for a middle sized
meter, but the' quantity must be in
creased in proportion to the degree of
cold to which the meter is expected to
be exposed. •
—The Holidays - are coming. Tues
day next will be Christmas. Tho dif
ferent confectionaries in this place, of
which we have a superabundance,
show signs of having prepared for a
:rush of custom, and their windows are
tastefully decorated with the odds and
ends that please the eye and tickle the
fancy of the little ones. A little libe
ral advertising would have operated to
—The first best snow of the season
fell on Sunday :last. It fell to the
. depth of a foot or more. There was a
general hunt for sleigh-bellsi and per
haps an extra feeding to ponies, in an
ticipation of the undying pleasure of a
co:nary- sleigh-ride. And, indeed,
what is more pleasant than flying o'er
the snow, listening to the tinkling of
the bells and the whispers of the belles?
—Mr•. John Saxton, senior editor of
the Canton (Ohio) Repository, brothe r
of Mr. James Saxton, a resident of this
place, set type on the President's, mes
sage from eight o'clock until raid n igh t,
putting up in that time 3,500 ems. He
is now in his Seventy-fifth year, and
has published 'his Repository continu
ously for the period of nearly fifty-two
years. He has helped to produce eve
ry issue of the paper from the period
_it was started in 1814 till the present
Explosion and Narrow Escape
One of the largo steam pipes at the
big rolling mill exploded ono day last
week in consequence of some defect in
the metal. Several sections of the pipe,
which run along the frame-I - roil: ofthe
build'ing overhead, were torn loose
from their fastenings and precipitated
to the floor beneath. Fortunately no
person was injured, though the engi
neer made a narrow escape—a section
of the pipe crashing through the roof'
the engine house and striking in the
very spot where he had been standing
only a moment previous; and from
which he had just turned to get the oil
can. His escape from serious injury,
if not instant death, was a miraculous
ly narrow one. The damage has been
repaired and Lho works are again in
The Matrimonial market, remarks
an exchange, about this time of year
is pretty firm, but the different quali
ties of stock thrown upon the market
makes the "fluctuations" frequent.
"Sweet sixteens" are active, but not up
to the demand, and "go off' at. previ •
ous figures. Lasses of "twenty"
"brisk ; " and sales are more "lively.'
Misses "of age" weak and fully up to
the demand. Unmarried aunts aro on
the decline. Old maids arc active and
the•market is stocked. Bachelors, in
swallow tailed coats, seedy and dis
consolate. Spruce tiachelors,of thirty,
steady, with a prospect of a few sales.
Young and fascinating "swells" in
good demand, and sales aro quoted at
"handsome figures." The market closes
very brisk with heavy stock on baud.
The President's Message.
We are gravely informed from Wash
ington, that the Speakers of the House
and Senate have a new and novel way
of clearing the galleries of their respec
tive Houses. Whenever the crowd be
comes noisy the Speakers order the
Clerk to read the President's last mes
sage, when the galleries are emptied
in less than no time, but that has noth
ing to do with the great reduction in
prices of all kinds of goods, at tho
Mammoth Store of S. E. Houry Co's.
Call and ho convinced of' the very low
prices they are selling goods at. They
keep constantly on hand a full stock
of Dry Goods, Ladies Coats, Furs, Car
pets, Oil Cloths, Groceries, Iron, Nails,
Stoves, &c., &c. It.
All men are complaining of dull
times—perhaps it is because of a want
of confidence in one another—or a ne
glect to live up to the golden rule, "do
unto others as you would have others
do unto you." Some men who live
and expect to live off the citizens of
the town and country, because they
think they save a penny, make their
purchases from strangers who have no
interest in the success of any of our
business men or the property of our
town. Help yourself by helping to
build up the business of others at hems.
OUR DEVIE'S ZVISII
To all we know, and all we don't,
(Will we be partial? no, we wont;)
Bath rich and poor, and big and small;
Fat, lean, lazy ; the short and tall ;
Jew and Gentile ; saint and sinner ;
Sad; lonely ; loser and winner;
Gay ; happy; lover and loved one;
Merchant; farmer; those lost, and won;
To each and all, youngand old,far and near,
A merry Christmas and happy New Year.
Christmas and Holiday Presents
Persons wishing a good Piano,
(Steinway S. Sons,or any make) Mason
& Hamlin's Cabinet Organ, Melodeon,
or one of the celebrated fluidly Sewing
Machines manufactured by Grover &
Baker, as a Christmas or Holiday Pres
ent for their friends should call at B.
M. Greene's Music Store, Huntingdon,
Pa., and examine his stock, as they
can save money by eo doing. Send
for a circular.
Prepare for the Holidays
A fresh supply of choice Cranberries,
Prunes, Raisins, Figs, Dates, etc., etc.,
Canned Fruit, Vegetables and Oysters,
Spiced Lobsters and Oysters, Dried
Peaches and Apples. Sweet Table Ci
der, Sauces, etc., etc., etc., and Grocer
ies of all kinds. Call at Lewis' Family
Service at Bpi scopal Church, Chrlstmns
There will be the usual service at
St. John's Church on the evening of
Christmas day, when the Rev. Mr.
Barrow will preach a sermon suitable
to the occasion. There will be no ser
vice next Sunday, but on the follow
Selling offat Cost
The Gleasons at Barnet, this county,
are selling off their immense stock of
desirable goods at actual cost. Persons
desiring to get goods cheap should
patronize this fair dealing firm. Read
the prices in their advertisement.
-C.Z - t— This is tho season of tho year
when men are forced to think about
warm clothing, and nine out of ovory
ten inquire for the largest and best
stock to select from. To find it go to
11. Roman's, ppposito the Franklin
This is the season for these luxuries,
and the place to get your fixins for
them is at Lewis' Family Grocery.
Citrons, Raisins, Sweet Cider, &c. Alsci
priMe meat already by the pound.
Dlorieg for 1807.
A lino assortment received and for
sale at Lewis' Book Store. tf.
.t! - Gernian and English .Almanacs
for 1867. for sale at Lewis' Book
JANUARY TERM, 1867
BON k VTION.--WIIEREAS, by
n precept to me dlrectol, dated at Huntingdon, the
2-Ith of November, A. D. 15111, under the ham!, and seal
of the lion. Deorge Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, Oyer and Terminsr, amd general jail doll,
ery of the 2-Ith Judicial District of Pennsylvania, ccentio•
eel of IhmtinAdon, Blair Wei Calehrht COUIllieS; and the
Hon, It4m), F. Patton tool Anthony J. Deaver, his 0440001-
ates, Judges of the county of Huntingdon, Justice, as.
signed, appointed to hear, try and determine all mot ewer
indiotments mail, or taken tier or COnerriling all crimes,
which by tine lairs of the State are made capital, or felon
ies of death, and other nth-tires. crimes and misdemeanors,
which have been or shall hereafter be committed or perpe
trated, for crimes aforesaid-1 n o t commanded to make
public proclamation throughout sty whole bailiwick, that
a Gina of Oyer and Terminer, of Celinnon Pleas and
Quarter Session,, will be hebl. at the Court House in the
borough of Huntingdon, on the second Monday (and 1116
day) of January next, and those who will progeeote the
:raid prisoners. be then and there to prosecute them as it
Omit be just, and that all Jta,tices of the Peace, Coroner
and Constables within said county, be then and there in
their popper persons, :It 10 0 . e1 ,, Ch. n. m. of said day, with
their records, hopliSitions, oxonOnatieloi nod rellionthrall•
Ce 3, to .10 those things which to their offices respectively
Dated at Huntingdon, tine 19th December, in the yearn at
our Lord one thelletill
. 601. 11101 , 401 :Ind sixty-six,
and the 10th year of American Independence.
JAS. F. BATHURST. Sheri/.
DitocL.A.mATIoN.---wnERE A S, by
A. a precept to nne directed by the Judges of the Com
mon Pleas or tine county of Huntingdon, beadily teat the
25th of NoVennber, n. 14.1560, I am rommandeeto male
public Proclamation throughout tiny whole bailiwick, that
a Court or Canunon Picas will ho held at the Court !louse
is the borough of Huntingdon, on the 301 Monday (and
2lst day) of .binuary, A. 11.. ISt4I, for the trial of nil is
sues in said Court which remain undetermined befurt
the snit Judges, when and uhere oil jurors, wit 11440,041, and
suitors, in the trials of all issues tire required.
Doted at Huntingdon, the 10th December, inn the year of
our Lord one thensand eight )nut4410441 and sixty-six,
and the 00tli year of American Indmicndenco.
JAS. F. BATHURST, Shcrig.
Sheriff's Office. Huntingdon, Dec. 10, 'Gil.
MEI AL LIST, •
JANUARY TERM, 1867
A. linrshbArge% Fi+her A
Mc:qui - trio ,s, .Ino }'Comb vs Elliott Robley.
Adolphus Patterson vs is.. Zilllillerlitm.
P. Shounberger's exec, vs Wilson AY Lorenz.
Thomas Norris vs John Forshey.
Joseph B. Wilson vs John W. Scott.
David !licks for mo vi Harrison Gorsuch.
James Ky ler vs J. G. Bayer .e A. Johnston
Thomas L. Norris Vs Same.
John Kyler vs :moo.
Win. Morgan to Some.
Until Stinson vs Some.
llenry Lytlo vs James Ker's others.
Sarah Alexander vs John Shatter.
John Hegelian vs J. G. Boyer & A. Job nston
Matthew McCall vs Santo
Matthew Garner vs Fame .
Frederick Garner vs Satan
B. L. Megabon vs Same
A. Patterson for use vs W. S. Entrelnn.
Moses Mock . vs G. Dorsey Green.
John F. Ilerron vs David Blair.
Jame. Edwards vs Elizabeth Edwards.
John M. Stoneroad vs G. W. Owens et al.
Robert Gill vs John O'Noill.
Dr. Benj. Shoemaker vs W. 3. Sonora et at.
Thomas Norris vs Daniel Footman.
George C. nonillion vs David louse.
Grove & Hoover VS Daniel Footman.
Benj. U. Inn • - TS Lucy W. Brown set al.
M. & H. S. Frank vs S. Cohn & Co.
Joshua M. Doohor vs John Swine.
Joel Wengert vs Wm. Geusimore.
Enos McMullen vs Benj. Deer's ndmr.
.7.R. SIMPSON, Prothonotary.
Prothonotary*. Office, /
December In, 1860. f
Samuel Barnet, carpenter, Barree
G. W. Baker, ffirmer, Tod
Milton Breneman, farmer, Union
James Barr, farmer, Jackson
William Brown, merchant, Carbon
Alexander Couch, farmer, Barre°
Levi Evans, J. P., Coalmont
Jonas W. Green, armer, West
Andrew Gilleland, farmer, Cromwell
Alexander Gillelard, farmer, Tell
Jacob F. Hoover, farmer, Penn
Wm. Henderson, farmer, Jackson
Wm. McClure, laborer, Porter
Jeremiah Need, carpenter, Springfield
Samuel Pheasant . farmer, Cass
George Quarry, farmer, Cass
John Robb, farmer, Walker
John W. Scott, founder, Tod
Mahlon Striker, farmer, \Vest
Nicholas Shaver, farmer, Shirley
Robert Tussey, farmer, blollla
G. P. Wakefield, farmer, Shirley
Paul Walker, farmer, Oneida
TRAVERSE JU RO S-P 1 128 T WE EH:.
James Bricker, gent., Huntingdon
Reuben Baker, farmer, Tod
James Burket, farmer, Cromwell
Daniel Bolinger, frmer, Tell •
Reuben Crum, farmer, Ted
Thos. Covenhoven, farmer, Barre()
Ralph Crotsley, farmer, Cass
Joseph Douglass ; merchant, Walker
Elijah Gorsuch, farmer, Oneida
George Garner, farmer, Penn
I - leery S. Green, Winer, Tod
David Hare, farmer, Porter
1). Henderson, shoemaker, Alexandria
Jacob Hetrick, blacksmith, Henderson
Levi G. Heck, fumer, Cromwell
P erry ni a rriß, innkeeper, Shirleyshorg
Eli P. Heeler, farmer, Carbon
Collins Hamer, farmer, Porter
Robert Hatripson, shoemaker, Clay
Adams Houck, limner, Tod
Henry Hall, innkeeper, Hopewell
John Jackson, farmer, Jackson
Frederick Kuhn, laborer, Morris
Thomas Locke, farmer, Springfield
Isaac Long, teamster,
Wm. MClain, farmer, Clay
Perry Moore, farmer, Morris
Robert Mason, laborer, Penn
John Maguire, merchant, Huntingdon
James McCall, farmer, Penn
W. B. McWilliams, farmer, Franklin
John Mitcholl, farmer, Carbon
George farmer, Dublin
G. W. Mattern, farmer, Franklin
G. S. Myerly ' farmer, Union
Joseph Mingle, farmer, Warriorsmarit
Robert MePherran, farmer, Franklin
John M. Oaks, farmer, West
1 liar Rodgers, watchman, Shirley
Asa Sevens, tailor,Clay
Samuel Sprankle, farmer, Porter
Isaac Swoopo, farmer, Shirley
John A. Shultz, farmer, Henderson
John B. Thompson, farmer, Franklin
John L. Travis, fence maker, Franklin
John Vandevondor, J. P., Walker
T. D. Walker, carpenter, Alexandria
Gco. A. Wagoner, farmer, Clay
TRAVERSE JURORS-SECOND WEEK.
Adam Auman, farmer, Hopewell
Richard Ashman, merchant, Clay
Jackson Beaver, Farmer, Penn
John C. Bolinger, farmer, Cromwell
Henry Chamberlain, inn keeper, Morris
John Copenhaver, laborer, Shirley
Joseph Carmon, merchant, Huntingdon
Nich Cresswell, gentleman, Alexandria
Andrew Crownover, merebant;Barree
Levi Dell, farmer, Union
S. Miles Green, iron master, Porter
John Garver, of Benj i farmer, Shirley
Samuel Gregory, farmer, West
Robert GrafUna, farmer ' Alexandria
Adam Hooter, farmer, Clay
Lewis Irvin, laborer, Union
Samuel Isenberg, farmer, Shirley
William Keastcr farmer, Springfield
Joseph Logan, Rlacksmith, Barre°
Jetties Lee, farmer - , Penn
Charles Morrow, farmer, Porter
.John Magor, clerk, Huntingdon
Samuel 11. McClain, farmer, Carbon
Christain Peightal, farmer, Barre()
Abraham Pheasant, farmer, Cass
Levi Pheasant, farmer, Union
John L. Ramsey - , farmer, Springfield
Samuel Tussey, farmer, Morris
John Vandovendor, laborer, Brady
J. P. Watson, farmer, Walker
David Wallsmith, farmer Oneida
W illiam Williams, artist:Huntingdon
David Whittaker, clerk, Huntingdon
John Warfel, farmer, Henderson
William Wilson, tailor, Tell
Robot t Cummins, farmer, Jackson
DISASTROUS FIRE.—On Thursday
afternoon last, a frame building on
Caroline street, between Virginia and
Emma streets, known as Runycon's
Cabinet shop, lately occupied by
Mr. Adams, as a rustic window blind
manufactory, was discovered to be on
fire. Before anything could he done to
check the flames, they burst out
through the window:, and soon the
whole building was enveloped. The
lower floor was used as a paint room,
and there was a considerable quantity
of oil, turpentine, &c., on hand, which
added to the fury of the flames. Tile
second story was used for drying
blinds, and was at the time hanging
full of blinds newly painted. Between
this building and the alley was a small
frame tenement, occupied as a dwell
ing by James McKee. The flames im
mediately communicated with it, and
the occupants had barely time to save
their wearing apparel and . a few
light articles of furniture.
Tho Blind manufactory and tenant
house, were owned by the heirs of
Abram Beale, dee'd, and were insured
for $5OO. This does not cover the loss.
The stock in the blind ma.nufactory
was insured for $3,000, but wo arc in
formed that Mr. Adams had some
$5,000 stored' therein. low the fire
originated is not known.—Altouna Tri
DON'T DIR,E IT.-11011. A. A. Barker,
the present Congressman from this
District, in a communication to the
Johnstown Tribune, from Washington,
has the following in reference to the
recent banquet to the Congressmen
"I attended the banquet in the eve
ning. It was well gotten up, and came
off in the Pair Building, at the corner
of Pennsylvania Avenue and Seventh
Street. The attendance was large,
and the collation was abundant, varied
and luxurious. Some things might
have been .dispensed with. Wines and
liquors on such occasions do no go6d,
but in my judgment do a great deal of
harm. This mingling of wines and
strong drinks on festive occasions is a
custom that ought to be frowned upon
by all lovers of humanity and good
rZ•Our patrons and others should
be liberal to our carrier on New Year's
o 'l4 52 0 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA.
nal o lar,;a steck of FINE
(VAT CH ES,
FINE GOLD JEWELRY,
SOLID SILVER WARE,
and SILVER PLATED WARE,
Suitable for Iloliday and Bridal Presents
On the 29th ult.., at the house of
Win. Quinn, by Rev. 0. M. Stewart.
Ale. DANIEL STOVER to Miss HETTIE
LE VAN, both of Wrest township.
On the 11th of December, by Rev.
J. A. DO Moyer, Mr. WM. WITIIINCITON,
Of Curniningsville, to Miss LeitnsA. A.
JOHNSON, of Mooresville, Hunt. co.
On the 11th inst., by Rev. J. W.
Love, at the IiOUSO of Mr. Jas. Black - ,
Mr. Jno. 11. LEFFORD, to Miss MAtumn
E:BaENEmAN, both of Hartlog Valley,
Huntingdon county, Pa.
In this borou-h, on Thursday-, the
Gth inst., TllomAs GLAscww, aged
In this borough, on Friday, the 7th
inst., Mr. Wm. McMANNIALL, aged
PLIILADELPIIIA, Dec. 15, 1860
The following were the prices in market this morning:
Apples, 25 to:lie per half peck; butter, 55 to 60e per in;
chickens, 1S to 23c per 11.; cranberries, 15 to 1 per quart;
cabbog-, 5 to IPc per bead; celory, 5 to 10c per hunch;
ducks, wild, t 50 to .ill 75 per pair; cause backs, $o per
pair; egg?, 42 to 45e per dea.en; . geese. ISc per lb; carrots 18
hominy, 12c per quart, lard, 20e per lb; potatoes, 20 to 25e
per half peck; pumpkins. 10 to 20e each; out oar, S to 10c
per half peek; yeast beef, 10 to litc per lb; sirloin steaks,
20 to 25c per it.; mntton, 10 to ISO per 1D; pork 11 to 180
per IS; partridges, 40 to :.0c per pair; rabbi: s, 60c per pair;
squirrels.!2o to :10c per pair; sausages, 16 to 23 0 per Ity,
I tie rips, 10 to 20e per half pack; turkey),' 20 to 22c perilb;
and veal, P, to :Se per lb.; venison, 10 to 60c per
SATURDAY. tier. 15.—There 11 a firm feeling in the Flour
Market, and a xtennly demand for home consumption, hut
no inqury for mbitunent. Holders in sonic instances ad
vanced their rates 2:.c. 711;1,1. 4nles or loon bblx., chiefly
Northwestern extra Canny, nt $llOl2 50, inchuling
Pennsylvania and 1.0110 extnx 1300ny at $l2 256 - 513 50,
Caney at su..Gio, extra.; nt 4,2@;10 50, and anperfine
nt 4,0 50. nye Flour may be quoted nt 47 25 11 bbl.
There IT no feature to present in the Wheat Market,
nod in the nit,nce of axles we quote nt S2,OZ-'02,55 for
ne d ; „i;2,00@,:1,10 for Southern do; nod 45,20
for white. Ityo is held of SI : N®I,4O , 0 bushel. In
Corn there tvna loss doing: of new yellow at 95c.Cial;
and °hill.). nt sl.ls(fjii,l7. Ott remain without change ;
sales nt 5.‘d,"-j1
Cloveri,eed is pilot and lower: sales at 90A9,62%,,1 54
pound, Nista Timothy is worth
.8370, Flaxseed ran.
ges flow $3.00 to ,?3.
WI [EOM: 11, Dee 13.—FLOUit—Tkwe trill he an ad.
votes ,•11 MOliaay on wheat floor, by setae of oar dealers,
of front 25 to 200 per but. Tito indications point to a
general nilyauce. Pricer to-day were unchanged. Bock
wheat il• Fur is in light dinnand. Small sales front store
are reported at $1.30.
GRAIN—The receipts of wheat coati...tea light, and
there 'ire no sales revoled. Prices remain nominally
unchanged front what they were ft r some time back. We
noto sales of 'AO bushels rm. corn from wore, at 250;
300 bushels barley, front first hands, at 050@5 . 1,00. Small
sates of oats were made at 62ets.
NV, Vous, lire. 15.—F LOllit—The Mime market is 15
Dotter. Sales of 10.000 bldg. of Saperfine State,
$7.85&.1,10; Extra State. $10,25010.73; Choice do., $lO,-
firstname.lastname@example.org; Superfine Westin n, 57.5500,70; Extra Western,
$9011,10; Choice do, $11,250312,514 Round Hoop Ohio,
$10,50; Tnale brandi, $11,700n12,40. Southern Flour is
firmer; sales of 650 blils. of colinnon4lo - ,90@12,75; Fancy
and Extra, $12,800111,50.
Sr. Loots, Dec. 15.—Flour Is firm, soda fraction higher
Em meiltuto nod extra grades Witsat is slitter at $2.000
2,65 for prime fall, and $2,00 for choico white. Corn is
dull, and closed lower, at 800503 c for new, and 92c0$ &for
old. Onto are firm et 71675 C. Provisions are firm. hogs
an higher, at $6,0061i0,00, Gm latter very heavy.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 15,—Floor closed firmer, and ha some
came an advanco of 2a cents woo obtained for medium
grades; superfine, $9,50®10. Hogs opened firm, at $7,25
07,50, set, nod cliaied croak; Indications of liberal sup ;
plies next week make packets hold hack. Lard is dull,
at 12 cents, mid very little demand.
Cute too, Dea 15.—Flour firmer, and 15Q25 cents high
er. Wheat firmer, at nu advance of 1032 cents on No. 1,
and 2(iificeuts on No. 2 closing at $2,10 for No,l nod $1,..
137 far No. 2. Corn du' lat 80i/,' cents for No. 1 and 7034
67714 cents for No. 2. Groan ...fitters, 5 1 ,465 M, cents.
Ildt:rnione, Dec. 15.—Wheat firm; sales of Red at $3,00
ap,lo; Whi to, 13,10@3,21. Corn, new White, at 050,93;
Yellow. OS@tl.. Oats closed firm at 56®513e. Ityo quiet
Superfine Flour j , 9 bl ..$13.60: Flaxseed..
Extra r lour 14,00' flops y 1 lb
Elour 1.-1010'Snleted %Sum
Api)le Butter 21 ge11uu...1,25 Hey it tun
Large Onions TS bus
Buckwheat 1,00 Mixed Chop
lhtcl<whc.tt Meal V. cwt.. 3,7,5
lima cwt 1,25 Po[afoul, 11 bits
liruum. doz " Wastor nor ton
71,....vax - 6 lb • 40 nag: , l.llb
, 10 Ityt,
eloversood 61 Ili:' S tio Ilya Chop 't4
Cl~iciceus "o to tyo O:trow bundiu
country s.air to :illoro ' E S era
Cor❑ 75 ihonhler
Dri o l ppie, Mill
lo 1'.1;1.43 , '
1)1 it 41 Beef 'to.ll , llcat tied.
. C).142.3 - 517 1
ECONOMY IS MONEY SAVED !
The ,rile,eriber it perm:ttion fly located in llnntintplon,
❑nl is prep:trod to tn.cltnAtt,hrt . epair In (Ito '
..- best tityle, and expeditions's, broken
d i. ~ /11/.BRELLAS AND rARASOLS: „"
All nrtick, intrusted to hint will lA, returned to the
rCni,lOllCO nt the owner :‘,l sown as repaired. Umbrollas
and parasols for repair be left at Lewis' Pooh !dere.
tnay2,l'ioL;tr W.V. Ft:N.1'111:1N.
CHEAP GROCERY STORE.
- 32 - 3111krilM2EL,
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON,. PA.
THE undersigned offers for the in
spret ion and purchase of customers a largo and as.
sorted stuck of Groceries, Provisions, Ac. lie feels antis.
tied they can be accomodated with anything in his lino.
!Hs prices are low, and his stock fresh and good. lle
keeps the hest of
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS & CAPS, &C.
HAM, SHOULDERS, SIDES,
MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR, '
FISH, CHEESE, FLOUR RICE,
And NO TIO NS of ever . ); kind.
A sel,.ct stock of DRY GOODS, together with QUEENE3-
WA RE. and all other articles kept in in well regulated
establishment for sale at reasonable prices.
gl,"- His store is on Dill street, nearly opposite the
Dank, and in the room formerly occupied by I) .Groes.
Call and examine. Z. YENTER.
nun tlngdon, on. 31, ISfiG
BEAD AND BE POSTED !
TO THE NETVL Y _MARRIED
AND ALL IN WANT OP
New Furniture, &c.
trim undersigned would respectfully
announce that Ito manufactures and keeps constantly
on hand:. large and splendid ,ouorufloot or
DINING AND BitEAKFASVPABLES,
WASH AND CANDLE STANDS,
Windsor and cane scat chair, cupboards, gilt and rose.
Wood MO aldin for mirror and plettwo frames, and a vari
ety of article not mentioned, at prices that cannot fail to
110 is also agent fur the well known Dailey t Decamp
patent spring Bed Bottom.
Time pnhlie are Invited to call and oxamine his stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
Work nod sales room on 11111 street, near Smith, one
door west of Yenter's store.
Huntingdon, Aug. 1,1500
• NEW STORE
M . NAT 4 fr
Wig . S. ENTRIKEN
WOULD respectfully inform the
his friends in particular,
that lin b a l s 'c oi l s n eufSna er n a t i Or a e nd at
On the Huntingdon do Broad Top Railroad. Hie stock
1. LADIES' DRESS GOODS, the
most general variety, selected with Me greatest care, and
to stilt the taste ot the moat fa.titiiol/11.
2. GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, the
very best the market afforded; entire, suite of any and
every quality desired.
3. GROOiRIES. In this depart
ment ho defies confpetstion. Ti consists of hest ale
Java, Imperial, Black and Green Toss, Sugar. several qual
ities. Molasses, every variety, Salt, Slain and Tobacco, and
every article usually kept in our larger atoms.
BOOTS, SLIOES, B tLMORALS. QUEENSWARE, CUT
These goods are all (mil from . the market; nil now and
selected with the greatest mire.
The public patronage is respectfully solicited. We war
rant good measure and honest weight.
Produce of all kinds taken in exchange for goods at the
highest market prices. WU. ti. ENT REICEN
Coffee line, ocillsffm • •
kt , a - W-X_= - 2 - -- 1; -7 - -
ANOTHER FRIJSII SUPPLY
&too roachu, Tomatoes, Peas awl core
Spiced Lobster. Oysters, Chow chow, Worcesteriddro
sauce, brooch Mustard, HMO Radish, Pepper sauce, Cat
sup, 4.111v0 Oil, do., Sc, and
All kinds of Syrups,
such as strawberry, pineapple, blackigrry, Re
CALL AND SEE
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The underdgned would respectfully call the attention
Of tile afflicted ffsnales of Huntingdon county, and the
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correct application of Flectricity, and an, now fully pre
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Foul Stomach, Dyspepsia,
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very desideratum fur the afflicted. Please give us a trial.
It is a mild operation, producing no shock or unpleasant
sensation, and relieves where mcdicire has no effect nt all.
Newton Hamilton, Mifflin co., Pa.
LUMBER SOLD ON COHISSION.
S. E. HENRY 4 Co.,
Aro receiving ell kinds of LUMBER, comprising ell the
different grades of
JOINT AND LAP SHINGLES,
WEATHER. BOARDING, •
Which wlll be sold at prices ntlho ndlh with frolglit ad•
PURE LIBERTY WHITE . LEAD,
Will do more and better work at
given cod, than any other I Try it I Manufactured only by
Wholesale Drug, Paint and Glass Dealers,.
N 0.137 North TRIAD at., NIILADA.
40 0 60
A beautiful assortment of P. 4010-
6BARE. ALBUMS just received and
10 0 12
AT LEWIS' BOOX STORE
T)OOTS AND SHOES, of every va
friety nt CUNNINGHAM & CARMON'S.
For plain, fancy and ornamen
tal printing, call at the "Globe" Office
VIERIIICELLI, Barley, Rice, "Tom-
Beaug, &c., at Lewis' Family aroivry. .
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ron TIIE MOST POPULAR
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We are the most extensive publishers in the United
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Our books do not pass through the hands of General
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fore we are enabled to give our cam/milers the extra per
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Our series embraces the mast popular works on all sub
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Old agents, and all others, who want the boot paying
agencies, gill please send for circulars and sea our terms,
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Owe of other publishers. Address,
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
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THE PERFECTION OF MEDICAL SCIENCE.
Dr. Loca's Electric Hair Reamer.
It is a poSitivo curo for Baldness:
It restore a Gray Bair to its original color.
It la a Tonic, not a Dye, and acts upon the seorations..
It Immediately arrests falling out of tho hair.
Italleviates Neuralgia and Headache.
It radically cares Dand ',ln l and Humors.
It keeps ths scalp healthy, clean and cool.
It is an elegant and exquisitely fragrant flair Dressing
I t restores, cultivates and beautifies the hair.
It makes harsh hair flexible and lustrous.
Er. Leon'sCtric Hair Renewer has enjoyed a high
local reputation for many years. Its wonderful restora
tive and invigorating properties are well known to the
Medical Faculty of Philadelphia.
Being fully satisfied of the merits of Leon's Electric
Hair Renewer we hare procured exclusive ownership
and are I totorruineti thst every household in oar land
shall hare opportunity to reap its benefits.
DR. LEON'S INFANT REMEDY
A most delicious and efficacious curd for the various ills
to which Infants and Young Children are subject.
Invaluable for Teething Children I
It softens the gums, abates inflammation,invigorates
the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, nod is a sure
and speedy cure for Colic, Cramps and Windy Pains.
A most excellent preparation for children of a restless
nod fretful habit, and in MI cases' of Looseness, Grilling,
Vomiting, or Other inward grief, it gives immedinteense.
Manila more than half a century in tho private practice
of one of the most eminent physidans of Philadelphia.
In now placing thin article within the reach of all our
countrymen, We would remark that we know it to be a
Remedy of unrlvol.d excellence and that It has proved
In thousands of cases, as wo are resolved it shall in mil
lions, a priceless boon. .
For sale by Druggists everywhere.
SILVER'S WASH POWDER
SAVES TIME, _LABOR ) MONEY.
Makes Washing a Pastime and Mon
day a Festival.
BOLD EVERYWIICRE: TRY IT! .
Address all onlern for nny of the above to
ZEIGLER & SMITH,
137 Nth. Third St,, Philadelphia
J. E. CALDWELL & CO.,
JEWELERS & SILVER-SMITHS,
1322 CHESTNUT ST.,
Are °panful; a very full list of tho productions of foreign,
industry and art, of their own selection in European cap
itals, hicinfling a great variety of articles of use andornas
BRONZE, BRONZE AND GILT, GILT
AND CRYSTAL, GUI GLASS, DE
CORATED LEATIIER AND
BRIDAL, OPERA & PARTY FANS,
Of every variety and prico.
FRENCH . 2114ETEL CLOCKS,
VASES, FIGURES and CANDELABRAS.
In great variety; and all warranted.
- DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY,
A large aunt very choice selection.
An increased lino of Rich Articles for Bridal Gifts and
Front the best English and American Manufacturers,
comprising allagether a collection attractive la beauty,
complete in detail, and moderate in price. n014.2m
SALISBURY, BRO. & CO.,
EXTENSIVE MANUFACTURERS and IMPORTERS
Gold, Plated aild °nib Jewelry,
SOLID AND NICKEL
American, English and Swiss
CASED BY OURSELVES, and every description of
Fancy Goods LYankee Notions,
Especially adapted sun designed for SOUTIIERX and WZBT
Circulars and full descriptive Price Lists sont (roe.
Agonts wanted everywhere. Address
SALISBURY, 800. Olt, CO.,
51 POREANCE STREET,
0ct.31,-3m. . Providence. R. I.
ri.c)3Elizraivei , -
- SA TES MONEY,.
SAVES WOMEN, -
4WD ALL GROCERS STILL Z.
It la nand by cutting into Small abavinge and dia.olvia;
in hot water, then soak the clothe. fire to ten minutes, -
awl a littl4 hgrA Shisbing vitt make them to clean aa
m o o u p r , e g ofll g d e o
moat delicate fabric rumildiTdao,n7
, lojgry. We
can refer to thousands of families who are nein it, and
who could not bp persuaded to do without
DOBBINS' • • •
Sold by all LEADING GROCERS
THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
WHOLESALE OEFICE :
107. SOUTH FIFTH STREET,
Hifi - host Prico Paid for Primo Tallow.
..art-Por sato at LEWIS' Family Grocery.
Oct. 15, 'O5-the..2p
DRESS BUTTONS - .t: TRIMMINGS,
uf 1.110 latest stylex, Belt Ribbon nod Ducklce, Ho
iery, Gloveg, EdgingH, Fri
Z . ... B. HENRY k CO.
- ,, OPPOSITE 'EKE DIEETONWOOD '
to John Ilertzler,
1111 PORTERS ANI) DEALERS INTO
I l tkr Eig
I-1 - T-3 - - Ri• S 2
NO. 821 IiZIASILET ST., PEC.ILAD'A,
lIARRY_ II EATZLER. • GEO. A. DEIGN.
°cal 4m MISFILER'S HEBB BITTERS ROB!. SALE.
YIN'S Patent HAIR C.RDIPPRS!
Par Crimping and Waving Ladies Ifair
NO HEAT REQUIRED IN USING
Ask your storekeepers for them. If he does not- keep,
them, write to the manufacturer E. IYINS, Math et. and
Columbia avenue, Philadelphia. se26.elm:
r'r. Missing getbantafroM the mat %alG(o 4 ft
BOOTS, SHOE'S; .GAZDEBS, &a,
Which be offers to the inspection of customers and;
the public generally. •Its will sell his stock at the moat
and those who pWrehaso ones will swraly Olt
BOOTS Sc SHOES MADE, TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING due). in the heated aril most expect&
Call upon Mr. Schaeffer at his shop on lint street, et,
few doors west of the Diamond. rny2
J. M. WISE ;
Manufacturer and beater tla
as'" 3Et..24T X 'Ma "CT -3EIL
Respectfully invites the attention o 1 the Public to ibis
stand on Rill at., linntingdon, in the rear of GeorgeW .
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry store, where be manufactures
and keeps all hinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per,
eons wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a call.
Repairing of all kinds attended to promptly and charges
Undortaking carried on, and coffins made to
any style desired, at short notice.
The subscriber has a
NEW AND ELEGANT HEARSE,
and is prepared to attend Funerals at any place in town
or country. J. 81.191811
Huntingdon, May 9, 1866-tr • '
WHAT VNAS ANTED t
OPEN and READY FOR: BUSINESS
H. GREENBERG, •
mam - EAT riraulora,
Respectfully 1 nfornie the public that he has opened a
now store in Fisher & Bon's Now Building, in the DA: .
mood in Iluntingdovt, where all kinds of
Hats, Umbrellas 'Traveling Ban etc.,
Can Ito found to suit all who may favor him with their
His Piece Goods are' of the beet quality and 'will lie
MADE VP TO ORDER ln the most fashionable and
best make cud style. All good. can be bought at ' A N).
this establishment from 10 to 20 per cent. cheaper 1 r , I
than at any other place. All desirlig a good suit 1
of clothing at a fair price should call and examine goods
and prices. All goods leaving hie establlshinont vrlll be
warranted to be what may be represented.
Huntingdon, Nov. 21,1866. . Merchant Tailor.
NEW-CHEAP CASH STORE
IN HUNTINCIDON. •
FOR FALL ANA WINTER.
WM. MARCH & BRO.
Respectfully inform the public generally that they
have Just received a large and splendid stock of goods at
their stern in.Huntingdon, ceneisting in part of - •
• • SILKS,, • .
DRY.OO.O,DS, . •
• DRESS GOODS,
HATS, CAPS; TINWARE,
LADIES' FANCY TRINIKINGS,
HOOP SKIRTS,BoNNETs, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW TV...A. R E,
QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE,
CRACKERS, NOTIONS, "
TOBACCO; SGARS 4
. GLASS, NAILS,
And in fact everything that la-usually kept inn first class
store, all which were bought low for cash and will
cold at correepondingly low prices for cash, or country
produee. and request the public to give us st call before
purchasing elsewhere, feeling satisfied . we can offer supe,
rior inducements to cash buyers.-
We respectfully solicit the patronage of all, and the
public aro cordially invited to examine cur guide.
Everything taken In exchange for goods except promit
WM. MARCH R REQ..
Huntingdon, oct. 31,1866.
TO THE LADIES.
The best assorimerdof
2,1, 2 F' ri" I. SK2RTS,
Jest received this day from Now Yerk and for sale at the
cheap cash store of UM. MARINI BRO.-
A splendid assortmept o!
LADIES'. DRESS GOODS,
FANCYTRINENLINGS AND BUTTONS
Suet received this day from Now York' end for sale cheap,
at [magi j W3l. 31AR0L1.4 BRO.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE IEAD I
The Whitest, the most duroblo and tho moeteconomlca
Try it! Ilauufactured oply pg• " _
ZiE01;113. & SMITI
Wholesale Drug, Palet do Glass Dealers,'
en2t ly No 137 Ncltth VASA st Phlitsts•
EVERYBODY MIST LIVE 't
LEWIS' FAMILY GROCERY,
The beet nt everything will bo constardhc kept oreband
and geld at the lowest prices possible, Quick sales. and .
small prat& .
Who be Flour, by tho barrel or smaller quantity for
Unie t4Lowia' Family Clrocery. • .
IF YOU WANT tho BEST SYRUP,
_Li l o to CUNNINGHAM & OARAIONI3..
SOAPS AND CANDLES.
Traffulog awl 'pilot Eoap—the !Fiofor
LE Tits golgegar onoispr:
T4`.t4!t• vsio 8t
Ltutcs' !Awn? Ortoortev.,
TROPIC COOK STOVES, Gas Burn ,
log Parlor Stover, and all Made or Hollow ware, at
no? S. E. HENRY ir CO.
Q B. HENRY & CO. have the -far
)o. • gcst stock of Ladies iilutuln, nonds,.6ontaguee, Bal
moral and IToop'Sk HO, Ladies Coats, gooks and Circulars
MOLASSES Ant mull I
Lerering's Beat and other syrups, New Orleans, Porto
Rico and Sugar Rouse Molasses, for tiniest Lewis Family
COFFEES, SUGARS AND TEAS,
ALL THE CHOICE KINDS FOR SALE
At Lewis' Family Grocery,
TITSINES.p •.NEN TAKE NOTICE!
It you want your card neittly printed ou envoi
ovp.i, call It
• ,r,Elr 13,00 K IXD STAT/OFT,F , rar•Em