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Wednesday morning, Moh. 13, 1867.
LOCAL, IX: PERSONAE
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Acme Athrertleenteuta lit th.ila /ague.
See opposite page. — 4;l
Two Good Hots. Or Sale by A. 11. Bauman, Mapleton.
i:erd Rubber Truss, Philadelphia.
St.kliolders New Grenada Oil Company .
.Government l'roperty at Private Sale, Pitkin .t Co.
„Hoop Skirts, Wm. T. Hopkins, Philadelphia.
I.'hotograpli Marriage Certificate, Agent.
.Fasm for Sale in Trough Creek Valley, Sarah Hanger
Doctor It R. Wiestling, Huntingdon.
tegiAcr's Notices, &c., John E. Smucker.
—A new dairy will commence oper
ations this week on Valloy Farm, by
Mr. James Dickey.
—Our market is pretty well sup
plied with choice apples and potatoes.
Eggs coming in on a rush--butter in
—The East Ba!timoro M. E. Confer
ence sill convene at Frederick City,
Md., on the 13th lost, Bishop Kings
—We call attention to card of Dr,
'Meshing in another column. The
Doctor comes amongst us well recom
—Hoop Skirts, of a Superior quali
ty, "llopkin's Own Make," new spring
styles, adv. in this issue. Ladies will
make a note of this fact.
—James C. Clark, of this place, Dep
uty Collector, is acting Collector of
this the Seventeenth District, until an
other is appointed and confirmed.
—Soldiers applying for pensions will
please take notice, that Dr. IL K. Neff
has .been appointed Examining Sur
geon in place of Dr. Snare, deceased.
—3laj. B. M. Morrow, known to ma
ny of our citizens, having been connec
ted with the Provost Marshal's office,
died in Scotch Valley, Blair county, on
the 6th iust.
—A number of dwellings went up
in West auntingdon last winter. We
undersand the building prospects are
good for some time to come. This is
as it should be.
—Johnston & Watson are, now in
the e city buying a large stock of goods
which they will open in their new
room adjoining Jacob's hotel, about
the 20th instant.
—Government property at private
sale, consisting of all kinds of Harness,
etc, adv. in this issue by 3lessrs. Pit
kiu & Co., of Philadelphia., New York
and Washington, D. C.
—.ll you want choice, new sugar.
cured hams, dried beef, breakfast and
plain flitch, double extra lamily
and many other choice articles, go to
Lewis' Family Grocery.
—Two men named Taylor and Es
penhiub were severely injured at the
railroad shops in Altoona last week by
the giving way of a large crane, used
for shifting heavy machinery.
—A farmer with six cows at home
-was in town on Saturday trying to
buy butter for his table. We can do
as well with oue cow, that ought to
have been fresh last December.
—Rex. J. A. Price, who leaves the
Methodist charge of this place, has
married fifty couples since last Alarch,
And realized over $250 in marriage fees
And perquisites. Lucky Reverend.!
—We call attention to the adver
tisements of the Logan Academy- and
,Shirleyhburg Academy. Both these
are good institutions and we commend
them to the patronage of the public.
—Lodges °fate Order of Good Tem
plars have been instituted at Saxton,
Coalmont and Marklesburg within the
past two weeks. The temperance
cause is gaining grout" in desirable
—All the towns' surrounding us are
receiving the benefits of entertainments
by traveling troops—just because they
have town halls. We publish this
Merely as a hint, and hope we don't
wound anybody's feelings.
—The "fellow what" writes the pa
pers fur the Blair County IT'hfg is the
snaking of a good print-er, judging
from the neat and Capital style in
which he prints with pencil the word
"Globe." Punctilious chap, that.
—Since the Fenians have fairly got
started in Ireland, the war fever has
taken possession of the "sons" in this
country. A !sleeting was held last
week in Hollidaysburg, at which re
cruits for the Fenian army were raised.
—The Hollidayshusg Register came
to us last week in an improved but not
enlarged form. We always like to
notice commendable improvements in
4iiy of our colemporaries. Bro. Traugh
Owes us One or two ,9andards. hasn't
I,a,tel we hope on a Gordon Jobber.
_Will be ahead of any in town, the
front of the new store-rooms in Mr.
Leister's new building. Some mali
cious apes on Sunday night last delib
erately daubed the freshly painted
shutters with mud. Police arc neces
sary to put a stop to the pranks of
;s hardly necessary to say that
our streets are in a muddy and filthy
condition ; but it is necessary to add
that some measures should be taken
by our Council to prepare the ways
for Summer. In this connection we
would suggest that decent crossings be
made where they are needed.
—Services aro held every Friday
evening in the Episcopal Church, this
place, during Lent. Tho Rev. Mr.
Barrow will commence a course of
three sermons next Friday evening on
the history of "Joseph and his breth
ren." There will also he services next
Sabbath, morning and atternoon:
stir Ono comulete set Pelton's Out
line Atapl, ill good condition, for sale
cheap at Lewis' Book Store. tf.
These words are upon the lips of
everybody. How to make the times
better is a question that should inter
est every man—rich or poor. Reader,if
you owe a hundred, fifty, twenty, ten,
five, one dollar or fifty or twenty-five
cents, pay it, if you can do so. The
amount you pay to a neighbor or any
other person you aro indebted to will
enable him to pay somebody else, and
by keeping the account, (no matter
how small it may be,) moving, hun
dreds of dollars of debts can be paid
in a week, the people will feel better
towards one another and the times
will not be as dull or as hard as are now
experienced by all. Mr. A. pays Mr. B.
$5, Mr. B. pays Mr. C, Mr. C. pays Mr.
D, and Mr. D. pays the same $5 to
somebody else, and the $5 continues to
pass through a hundred hands and at
last, after paying five hundred dollars
of small debts, it may come back to the
hands of the individual starting it.
Ye ancient Borough has added an
other to her Societies,—the I. 0. of
N. S. It was incorporated on Tues
day, the 18th of February, and has met
with wonderful success. It is compo
sed of many of our leading young men;
much good will be done by the organ
ization. %Ye bear it is contemplated
starting a journal in the interests of
the Society. The following are the
officers: Great Tycoon, 3. Willoughby;
Great Mogul, Wm. Cuncingliam ; Sew
Salaam, John Major; Presiding Arab,
W. E.. Burchnell ; Pigeon Solicitor,
J. C. Carroll; Presiding Squab, J. Ma
guire; Cor. Sec., of I. 0. of N. S., Wm.
_Society meets on Tuesday and
Friday, to receive application for mom.
A few weeks ago we announced
the death of the "Immortal J. N. Free"
an eccentric genius who was known
to most of the editors and newspaper
men in the United States, but learn
since that it was a false rumor. lie
was in Cleveland. Ohio, at the time his
death was announced, and is reported
to have pronounced the rumor of his
own demise as a "pressure" which lie
could scarcely stand. We thought it
improbable that the veil which shroud
ed the "Immortal" should be lifted so
soon. lie was in Hatrlsburg last
week and was noticed by the press.
The “Bread and Butter Brigade."
The question in town is "who \t - ill
be Post Master?" The candidates are
numerous and several feel sure of suc
cess. We heal— of the following ap
plicants: The present popular Assis
tant "Ike" Hildebrand, Capt. Brice X.
Blair, Lt. W. B. Zeigler, Col. W. Wil
liams, Ex P. M.. Job n Read, Lieut. Erk.
Miles, Editor John A. Nash, Mr. Win.
N. Rahm—all Republicans but Mr.
Hildebrand. We are a little astonish
ed that some men arc willing to ac
cept office from Andrew Johnson after
abusing him as they have.
Grand Army of the Republic.
At a meeting of Poet No. 33, Grand
Army of the Republic, held Feb. 23d
1867, the following officers were elec.
ted for the ensuing term : Post Com
mander, W. F. Johnson; Sr. CWIIIIIIIII
- T. W. Myton; Adjutant, John M.
Major; Surgeon, W. B. Zeigler; Jr.
Master, J. A. Willoughby; Chaplain,
J. M. Maguire.
We call attention of all, especially
those persons contemplating building,
to the advertisement of T. Burehinell
& Co. His mill is furnished and is
running finely, turning out work equal
to the best mill in the country. The
mill is a great convenience to the sur
rounding country, and we hope tho en
terprising proprietors may never re
gret locating here.
I. 0. of 0. fe
To all whom it may concern .—Dear
Brethren, with good faith in the princi
pies of our time honored order,and believ:
ing thatour borough is a field open, we
do extend a call to all who may be
members of the same. Let us meet at
the residence of Mr. Luister, •jIotel)
on Railroad street, on Friday next, at
ti P. M. O. F.
—Master IV tn. B. Poulton, of Har
risburg, played a match game of bit.
liards with his father, on Monday last,
for the championship of Central Penn•
sylvania, and beat him 130 in 500
paints. William was presented with a
magnificent cue by his admirers, which
is on exhibition at Poulton's billiard
rooms, Harrisburg. We 0-pine that is
a nice cue.
—Mi. John Hamilton was struck by
a wood train near Newton Hamilton
on Tuesday last, and was instantly.
killed. Ile was a Division Boss on the
Pennsylvania railroad, and at the time
of the occurrence had a gang 01 men
at work repairing the track. lle em
deavored to escape the approaching
engine, but got on the wrung track.
The Spring election in this borough
will be lick! on Friday, the 15th inct.
The following officers will be voted
for :1 Judge of Elections, 2 Inspectors,
2 School Directors, 1 Assessor, 1 Con
We arc prepared to print salo•bilis
on short notice and reasonable terms.
Blank, n3tos and revenue stamps al
ways on band.
Can again be had at Lewis'• Boolc
Store. Orders by mail shall reeelye
1t 3 Liquid Slating for makiog or re
pairing Black Boat*, for Bate pt Lowie'
APRIL TERM, 1867
- DItOCLAMATION.---WITEREAS, by
a precept to me directed, dated at Huntingdon, tine
20th of :Tannery, A. 11.1167, under the hands mill scat
of the Hon. George Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, Oyer and Terminer, and general Jail deliv
ery of the 24th Judicial District of Pennsylvania, conttio
: sed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria countio: aunt tine
Bons. Anthony 3. Beaver and David Clerkson, Ids 11,106-
ales, Judges of the county of Huntingdon, Justices as
signed, appointed to hear, try and determine all and every
i i ,,uctmenty made or taken for or concerning all crimes,
which by the laws of tho State are made capital, or felon'
103 of death, and oilier offences, crimes and misdemeanors,
which have been or shall hereafter be committed or Tmpe
tented, for crimes aforesaid—l /1111 commanded to make
public proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick, that
a Cannot of Oyer and TerallaCr, of Common Pleas and
Quarter Sessions, will be held at tine Court House In the
borough of Huntingdon, on the second Monday (and Sth
day) of APRIL next, and those who will prosecute the
said prisoners, be than and there to prosecute them at it
shall be just, and that all Justices of tho Peace, Coroner
and Constables within said comity, be then and there in
their proper persons, at 10 o'clock, a. tn. or said day, with
their Maid& inquisitions, examinations and remombram
ces, to do those things which to their offices respectively
Datod at Huntingdon, the 13th of March, in Choyear of
- our Lord 0110 [ln - MS:lad eight hundred and sixty•seven,
and the 91st year of American Independence.
JAS. P. BATHURST, Sherif
PRO CL A, 31 AT TO N.---AV II ERE A 5,113'
a precept to me direoted by the Judges of the Com
mon Pleas of the county of Huntingdon, bearing test the
26th of January, A. D. 1867 I sin commanded to make
public Proclamation throug hout my whole bailiwick, that
a Court of Common Ploys will be held at the Court House
In the borough of Huntingdon, on the 3rll Monday (and
13th day) of APRIL, A. D., 1661', for the triul of all is-
Imes in said Court which remain undetermined before
the said Judges. when and where all Juicers, witnesses, and
suitors, in the trials of all issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon, the 13th of March, In the year or
our Lord one thonoand right hundred and sixty.seren,
and the 91st year of American Independence.
JAS. F. BATHURST, 91eriff.
Sheriffs Office, Huntingdon, Melt. 13, '67.
APItIL TERI% 1601.
P. Shoenbergor'a exrs. YS Wilsan 4 Lorenz.
B. N. Male, et al is W. IVoods et al.
Jacob Russell John 11. Wearer.
Ww. P. Orbison ye John Buller.
John Snyder ve 11. % B. T.ll. R. CO.
Dr. Beni. :Itoentalier is W. J. Matter, at al
Henry Lytlo vs James Itar'e ailtnr.
George NOM3 Vs WM. Sehollenberger.
Rebecc I States vs Benjamin States.
George C. Hamilton vs David Fonts.
Ilenj. 31 MR vs Lucy W. Drown.
Michael McCullrugh vs Tho Penna. Railroad Co.
Elizabeth Orntz et nt vs Alva Chileoto.
The School Directors of
Casiville bor. It Cass tp. va David Hamilton.
Santo Ye tkorge Wilson.
Janice Wicker: ye IlorriFon Gorsuch.
Alex. Shatter vs Tho hero' of fililltingdOn.
Rings Rodgers vs The Twn of Cromwell.
Samuel Camp', II to Santo
Jacob C. Coi:J..llone vs Santo
Brice X. Itlair vs Isabella Dubbs et at.
.T. It. SIMPSON, Prothonotary,
1 , 1 . 001ot:of nry's Office, 1
Henry Beaver, farmer, Hopewell
George Eby, farmer, Brady
David Fisher, carpenter, Hopewell
Thomas Gorsuch, farmer, Oneida
David Grove, farmer, Henderson
Lemuel Greene, farmer, Cass
Jacob Heffner, farmer, Juniata
Asahel 11. Hight, laborer, Huntingdon
Jacob Hoffman, miller, Porter
Jphri X. Lutz, gentleman, Shirley
Henry S. Miller, tanner, Henderson
Elias Musser, mill Wright, Jackson
James Ott, farmer, Tell
Peter Pcightal, fanner, Penn
P M. Piper, brewer, Alexandria
Richard Silverthorn, farmer, Tell
lienry Summers, far rater, Hopewell
W. Thompson, farmer, Warrionnark
J. Wesley Wright, fanner, Union
E. B. Wilson, coachmaker, Gassy Pie
George Warfel, blacksmith, Brady
G. Whittaker, gentleman,Alexandria
John Lee, farrier, Penn
J. Barrack, brick maker, Huntingdon
TRAVERSE JURORS-FIRST WEEK.
Sohn Q. Adams, iron inaster, Franklin
Thomas Anderson, fanner, Tod
John W. Ammerman, Clerk, Carbon
Wiiliarn Beverly, clerk, Franklin
Caleb Bream, farmer, Clay
Brice Blair, gentleman, Dublin
David S. Baker, merchant, Cromwell
11. A. Bathurst, merchant, Franklin
Hugh L. Cook, farmer, Cromwell
Thomas Carmon, tin nor, Huntingdon
Andrew Chaney, farmer, Barren.
Daniel Conrad, shoemaker, Franklin
John Chileoat, farmer, Union
Thomas 0. Cloyd, teacher, Cromwell
Wm. Entrikon, merchant, Hopewell
Aaron W. Evans, J. P., Cassville
J. Green, marble cutter, Huntingdon
David Grove, farmer, Penn
Joseph Gibboncy, gentleman, Barreo
John-Hall, farmer, Oneida
Andrew Heffner, miller, Walker
John Heffner, fl-91er, Walker
Samuel nodding, merchant, Cottlmola
D. Henderson, gentleman, Franklin
Jacob nicks, Sr., farmer, Walker
John S. Isett, gentleman, Franklin
Wm. B. Leas, merchant, Shirleysburg
John Morrow, farmer, Dublin
David Miller, laborer, Union
Thompson Martin farmer, Porter
Brice farmer,i Tell
John McClain, fiirmer, Carbon
George McCool, farmer, Oneida
Somuel Parsons, farmer, Tell
James• Porter, farmer, Cass
Henry Rudy, blacksmith, West
Simon Rorer, farmer, Springfield
Michael Sprankle, farmer, Morris
John Heffner, f a rmer, Morris
John P. Stewart, farmer, Oneida
Samuel Troutwine, merchant, West.
Peter Tippery, J. P., Morris
William Walker, tinner, Huntingdon
J. Whittaker, gentleman, Hnntingdon
Abraham Weight, laborer, Union
James D. Wood, carpenter, Porter
Isaac Oatonkirk, farmer, Brady
Jonathan J. Met 4, farmer, Brady
TRAVERSE JURORS-SECOND WEEK.
Ephraim Baker, gentleman, Cromwell
J. J. Bellman, Huller, Alexandria
John Rootlet', farmer, Shirley
John Copely, gentleman, Warriot mark
J. 11. Donaldson, farmer, Hopewell
John Enyart, fanner, Shirley
George W. Fetterhool, farmer, Iforris
Andrew F. Grove, teacher, Penn
Henry Grallius, farmer, Porter
Jacob Garner, laborer, Juniata
Michael Garner, larmer, Penn
Joseph. Gilliland, farmer, West
Daniel lineman, gentleman, Cromwell
Richard D. heck, farmer, Cromwell
Daniel I loffman, miller, Huntingdon
John Hawn, farmer, Juniata
JallleS Hector, farmer, Tod
John llntelliaon, farmer, Warriormark
Edward B. Isett, farmer, Franklin
Jacob Lane, farmer, Springfield .
George Lang, farmer, Walker
Rudolph Neff, grocer, West
Martin Orlady, M. D., Walker.
Jacob B. Park, farmer, Clay
George Porter, farmer, West
Samuel Rickets, farmer, Jackson
Henry Snyder, shoemaker, Walker
John Spanogle, farmer, Crom well
Job Slack, merchant, Barrco
Andrew Smith, farmer, Oneida
Daffiel Troutwine, farmer, Jackson
John Thompson, farmer, Juniata
Jonathan R. Wilson, farmer, West
William Whittaker, farmer Porter
B. F. Walker, farmer, Dublin
R. Wills, cabinet . maker, Warriormark
Almitnnes for 188.7
Greeley's Tribuno Almanac, 20 ots
The Old Franklin Althanac, 22 eta
Beadle's Year BooV&,. :iilmanne,lo eta
Lancaster & Hagerstown do, 10 eta
Comic, etc., oto., 5 cts
For sale at Lewis' Book Store.
To Pennsylvania Soldiers,
Tho under Signed, appointed to pre
pare a History of the Pennsylvania
Volunteer and Militia organizations,
having discovered many imperfections
in the muster:out rolls of the compa
nies, desires that each soldier, who ser
ved in any organization from this State,
would furnish information in his per•
eonal history pertaining to the follow
ing points, viz:
1. Wounds.—lf wounded, give the
- date; in what engagements received;
nature of wounds; result of wounds ;
nature of surgical operations, if capital,
and by whom perfbrmed.
2. Imprisonments.—lf a prisoner,
give the date and place of capture;
where imprisoned; nature of treatment;
and the date and manner of escape or
He also desires that the relatives or
companions in arms of deceased sol
diers would give the cause, date, place
of death and place of interment of each,
and any fuels in his history touching
the subjects above referred to.
Write at the head of the page the
name of the person to whom the infof
mation pertains, the number of regi.
men t and letter of company to which
he belonged. Write in coneiso terms,
in a plain hand, on letter paper, and on
but one side of a leaf.
The undersigned also desito3 to make
a collection for present, and for future
use of— '%
1. Complete 11les of all newspapers
published in the State from the begin
ning of 1861 to the close of 1865, to be
bound and permanently kept in the ar
chives of the State. Will the publish
ers or any friend possessing them fur
nish such files'
2. Discourses commemorative offal
len soldiers; pamphlets pertaining in
any manner to the Rebellion or its
causes; articles published or in manu
script containing historical facts.
3. Published histories or sketches of
regiments, batteries or companies
printed rolls and descriptive matte•.
4. Diaries of soldiers; letters illus
trative of military life, containing in
formation of permanent historic value,
or descriptions of interesting incidents;
plans of battles, sieges, forte and of na
5. Complete rolls of students of each
College in the State who were in the
0. Card photographs (vignette) of
each officer, of whatever grade, who,
at any time, acted as commander of a
regiment, bat tory or independent com
pany, inscribed with his name, ntimber
of regiment, &c., dates of period dur
ing which he held command, with his
present post-office address. The rela
tives of deceased officers aro requested
to forward the photographs of such
officers inscribed as above. No use will
be made of these photographs without
the express permission of the senders,
further than to arrange them in al.
bums for preservation. .
Much of the matter culled for under
these several heads may not, be needed
for immediate use, but the day will
come When it will he invaluable, and
the present is regarded as a favorable
time for commencing the collection.
Let every true son of Pennsylvania
respond promptly to this call, and
thereby rescue fro‘p oblivion many
memorials of he'r and her
power. SAMUEL Y. BATES.
Deportment of Mil ita ry History, Harris
bury, February 22, 1867.
On the 24th ult., by .Rev. G. Noss,
Mi. GEORGE WOODWARD, of Mt. Hope
Tannery, Juniata Co., to Miss ROSE
GARDNER, of Nossvillo, this county.
At the M. B. Parsonage in Cassville,
by Rev. J. F. Brown, Mr. Josinni G.
licarroN of Tod twp., to Miss MarriE
Houstmor:npit of Germany Valley,all of
At the same place, by the same,
March 7th., Mr. JAMES Snoop, to Miss
MINERVA DECKER, all of Union twp.
March 2d., at Mill Creek, by Adam
Warfield, Esq., Mr. D. S. BURRETT, of
Shirleysburg, to Miss MAOGY FINK, of
Henderson twp., this county.
On the sth inst., by Rev. J. A. Price,
Mr. J. E. APPLERAVOII, to Miss LIZZIE
E. WitsoN, both of Broad Top City.
On the same day, by the same, Mr.
Jon?? Ilinnp, to Miss LIZZIE S. BLACK,
both of Huntingdon.
On the 21st ult., by the Rev. B. B.
lienshey, at the residence of the bride's
parents in Warriorsmarli, Mr. li. F.
McCumx, of Clearfield Co., to Miss
ANNIE E. MILLER.
Near Shade Gap, Huntingdon Co.,
on Sunday morning, Feb. 24th, Mrs
REBECCA TAYLOR, widow of the late
Matthew Taylor, of the same place,
and mother of the lion. Geo. Taylor,
in the 84th year of her age.
PHILADELPHIA, Mcli. 9, 1967
Sala, flint Floor fit ssg,s,7s. extra at 1.11(rs1o,.50, fancy
~,,, f ou ll y st 0 t . ,12,:0, a n•l ;Pennsylvania family $1.1(!)
13.50. and tancy brands SIJ,SUSIi according to quality.
Ityo floor .1.701:7,115.
Prime Winst is scarce bore. Choice red at $2,6071 ; 305
n hits :3.151013,35, 113 - o at $1,300;,1,7. Corn 'Jac to 1,00
Oats at 700,117 c. Barley malt at $1,70.
rtrristersto, Felt. _3.—Fleur.—'(here Is ft fair d e mand.
We Tsar sales of spring 01teat Floor at $11,75E1.13,00,
mint, Flom. fit $1 , 16/„50, fancy at $10c0t15,23.
W brat. trintor.V,2.s. and No. I spring $2.55q,2,130 Corn
from fire( h:111113 at 75'. ltyt., rcr Imshel. Oats, .1X!...1".
ll\ AiN Clkr
NEw Yong, Mch D.—Gold clo6cd EA% $1,:15.
connl:crED wEEKLy itV HENRY A. CO.
SAT, nr Flonr 61 $12,0 Hops 13111
Extrn dour 12,75 I lain, enwked
Fatuity Flog, Cti 'Hay ton
Apple Butter 'rOgalleit-1,2A Lard
Mirky 1 oe Largo Onions , t 1 bus 1,00
Hutt, ......... ............ ...... ixeil Chop ^OO
Iluenwheat 60 nnts
noel: u hear Meal V. cwt.. 3,60 Onions Seed %0 qt
iitiln V. cwt 1,i0.1.01111005 it bus
'frowns '0 d , '3,01.e,..1,.7 1 P1a5ter per t0n.........
ll,swax p lb 30 Rags?. lb
Beans 'll bus , 50 Ityn
Clove red'-',61 lb, ...10,00 Ityo Chop VI. cwt........
Chickens ''s ttyo Straw stA bundle
Coon try Soap .lO Stun - 15V, cwt.
Corn 'SO( ihoulder ...
Corn Menl V. cwt..... ...... 2,0 J Sides
Uried Apples Viol ...... -.2,00 'allow .....
lined Cherries if quart....l2 Timothy...
Dried Nadi,: `,,1 16..18 to 20 Tur 1 011••••
Dried .11,d' ' . "bl'Vlicat Red
Ft:U[l.s 41 lb.
w 41,1.4 PAPER,
WINDOW SII.CDES AND
TIIE LAIWEST STOCK
?natal variety of nfw LeYteS
ever broleyht to the courtly,
lIECIDEVDD AND NOR BALM CIIDAP
AT LEWIS' ROOK STORE.
DR, WILLIAM BREWSTER,
laFor the benefit of those proposing to undertake
Electrical treatment for diseases we give in the
following list a few of the snore prominent and
most COIIIMOII complaints met with in our prac •
Lice, in nil of which we are most stmessful. IN
MELT ALI. CASES OF CHRONIC DISEASE, VLECTRICD,
ETV IS A SURE REMEDY, AND IN ALL CASES BENEFICIAL,
IF PROPERLY APPLIED. Those, therefore, afflicted
with complaints not here ensusserated, need have
no hesitation in applying,and whether only RELIEF. I
or is PERMANENT CURE Can ha effected, they will
receive replies accordingly. All communications
1 Epi l epsy, Chorea, St. Vitus' Dance, Paralysis,
Neuralgia, Hysteria, Nervousness, Palpits.
lien of the Ileart,Lock-dew, etc. • •
2 Sore' hroat, Dyspcpsin,Diarrhcna, Dysentery,
Obstinate Constipation, Hemorrhoids, or
Piles, Bilious, Flatulent, and Painter's Colic,
and all affections of the Liver and Spleen.
3 Catarrh, Cough, Influenza, Asthma, (whore
not caused by organic disease of the heart,)
Bronehitie, Pleurisy, Rheumatism of the
Chest, Consumption in the early stages.
4 Oravel, Diabetic. end Kinney Complaints.
! 5 Rheumatism, Coot, Lumbago, stiff N e ck,
Spinal Diseases, Hip Diseases, Cancers, To
more; (those last named always cured with
, out pain, or cutting, or pla4lerd in any form)
Inn word, we propose to MO MI curable ills.
• We Inure no connection whatever with any
other Electrieal office in this or any other county,
All letters address to
WM. BREWSTER, SI. D.,
JnIJ untingdon, Pa.
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FIRST NATIONAL STORE
pIA OHM .& MILLER have just receiv
) cd at their new storoanuthor ut' Ladies awl
f 1110 very latest styles, whieh they arc now• offering to
the public at the most reagonnble rates. Their stock.
SA VES MONEY,
AND ALL GROCERS SELL I.
It is used by cutting into small shavingsond dissolving
in hot oder, then soak the clothes five to ten minute.,
and a little hand rubbing will mote them as clean an
hones of hard machine rubbing would do, with ordinary
soap, and the most delicate fabric receive no injury. We
can refer to thonsands of families who are using it, and
who could not be persuaded to do without
All those desirous of getting bargains will not flit to DoBBINs,
consists of Silks, French and American Merinos, Paris
and Alpaca Mirk, Fur; DeLainen, Jaconet Barred, Cam
bric, Rleached and unbleached Muslins, Cloths, CRA
mores, Sat i nets, Jeans, Shawls, Flannels, Calicoes, Hoods,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shops, Wood and 15 ' il low-wore,
Corpete and Oil ClotlN, Family Groceries, and Ills largo st
QUEENS TV A RE
in "ye ancient borough
stop In nod sea us at (1111 . New . Stars south west corner of
tlio Diamond, Fiither's old stand,) Itunting,don, Pa
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WEST HUNTINGDON FOUNDRY,
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X3rc)a - L 171csItaxicipiv,
.Nlanufactisrer of all kinds of work in his line, ansonE,
Will find Thveshing Machines, Plows, Sled golon, h'el ties
Will find Hound nindrils, hollow Any iho, block and rol
ler Tiro benders, Tire irons, sled and sleigh soles, Wagon
boxes, ,tc. Tho
CIOI have all kiwis of Machinery. Tim
. BUILD Mt
Can have door and xviiithiei sine and Lintels, bliSh weight'
cellar window grate'', all sizes, porch stand s, armor for
rain spouts, chimney caps, pavemont castings, for coal
mni wood cellvA, heatern her warming private dwellings
and public buildings, doors and frames for bake ovens,
iron rolling for verandahs, porticoes, balconies, and 'fen
ces of all kinds: ' •
Partldular attention paid to fencing grave lots. - rxery
body can have thrdsbing machine, plow and stove repairs
and nil ki nd of iron and brass castings. •
dell-6m • '.l/11 5 dES SINIP3ON.
re e . Astiees' and Constables' Fee
BMA for eale at Dew& Book Store.
CONSUMPTION CANBE CURED
TILE TRUE REMEDY AT LAST DISCOVERED.
Upham's Fresh Meat Cure,
Prepared front the formula of Prof. Trontscan, of Paris,
cures Consumption. Lining Disea,s, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia,
Marasmus, General Debility, and all morbid conditions
of Om system dependent on deficiency of vital farm It
is pleasant to taste, and a single bottle will convinco the
most skeptical of its virtue as the great healing remedy
of the age. $1 in bottle, ur six bottles fur $5. Sent by
express. Sold by
S. C. UPIIA3I,.No. 25 Soulb•ElC DTI"! Street.
Aud all principal Druggists. Circulars sent free.
.Pleasantly located on the Delaware river
Two and tlreo•gnnrtor hones rido by railroad from
New York, and one and a quarter from Philadelphia.
SUMMER SESSION COMMENCES MARCH oth
For Catalogues, contahling terms, etc, address
"WOMEN OF THE WAR,"
Attracting thonranda by Ito thrilling record of the no
ble and pore-minded women, Who followed their husbands
and eons to the war.
Written in the glowing and Boulltirring language of
Selling beyond our moss saugnine expectation.
THIRTY-SECOND THOUSAND now In press. Only 3
months since its first issue. Hundreds of Oonamenda
lions from thin press and distinguished indlVltitials aro
pouring in from all ports of the country. Agents aro re
porting from ten to twenty-Tiro orders per day, and say
they find many who are ready to take the work as soon
on presented, which lea new feature in the book business.
This work is its own recommoulation, and soils freely to
the hest classes of society. Faithful, energetic, Persever
ing men or women will in the Agency find lucrative em
Han agency is wonted, send for circular, giving full
particulars. 0 L. PARMELEVI,
J. W. Bradley's Celebrated Patent
7:1 - txxxli.ozc. M.1.1112-o..apt
The wonderful Flexibility and great comfort and plea
sure to any lady wearing the Duplex Elliptic Skirt will
be experienced particularly in all crowded assemblies,
operas, carriages, railroad cars. church pews, arm chairs,
fur prainenade nod boas° dress, as the skirt can he folded
when in use to Occupy a small plumes as easily and conve
n'ently as a slit: or muslin dress, an invaluable quality
in crinoline, not found in any single spring skirt.
A lady having enjoyed the pleasum e. comfort, and great
convenience of wearing the duplex elliptic steel spring
skirt fur a single day, will never afterwards willingly dia
pease with their use. for children, misses nod young In
dies they are superiot to all others.
They will not bend or break like the single spring but
will preserve their perfect and graceful shape when three
or fear ordinary skirts will have been thrown aside as
Useless. The 1100116 are covered With emrblo and twisted
thread. and the bottom rods aro not only double springs,
but twice (or double) covered; preventing then, from
wearing out whoa draggingdown stoops, stairs, &c.
The Duplex Elliptic is a great laVorite with all ladies
and is universally recommended by the Fashion Maga
zines as the standard skirt of the fashionable world.
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To enjoy the f plowing inestimable advantages in crin
oline, viz : superior quality, puled manufacture, stylish
shape and finish, flexibility, durability, comfort end coon
my, enquire for J. W. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic, or dou
ble spring skirt, and be sure yon get the genuine article.
CA Writ/N . —To guard against int posi ULM he particular
to notice that skirts offered as "Duplex" have the red ink
stamp, viz :'.l. IV, Bradley's IMplex Elliptic Steel Springs'
111,111 him Waist band—nova others are genuine. Also
notice that every hoop will admit a pin being passed
through the contra, thus revealing the two (or double)
springs braided together therein, which is the secret of
their flexibility and strength, and a cowhipatlon not to
b 0 intilld in any other spring.
For sale in all flares where first elate skirts arc sold
throughout the United States and elsewhere,
Manufactured by the solo owners of [lto patent,
WESYS J BRADLEY Ec CARY,
97 Classless and 70 it 91 Eleatic Sts, N. Y
Sold by all LEADING. GROCERS
THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
107 - SOUTH FIFTH STREET,
iligliost Price Paid for Prime Tallow.
4m- Fur Fate at. LEWIS' Family Grocery
Oct. 15, '65-Gra.2p
NEW PLA. NING MIL
I(ESSLE R, FOSTER
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Ara nun' prepared to furnis ' l n t i ro
all Rinds or
FLOORING, 'WEATHER BOARDING, BOOR k 0
INIK)IY FRAMES, BLINDS, SASH, 1 0
-. DOORS, BRACKIMS. Ci
and all material required for building purposes. , ti
/laving connected with our mill
Bodloy's Patollt Dry Kilo, r )-
By welt BM we can
Dry Lumber iu from two to four days,
hy super-heated Stearn, without pressure, -',lll
Customers may therefore rely on getting
PFRFECTLY SEASONED LUMBER
in their Doors, Whitlow Frames, Pasta, Shutters ; r * -1
[.. ILIPSHURG, Centre co
WINDOW CURTAIN 7PAPERS,
OBER SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Are receiving all kinds of LUMBER, comprleing all lhn
JOINT AND LAP SHINaLES,
RAILING, &c., &c., Ac
Which %rill be sold at prices at the mill, with freight ad
Cm' Frilit - all4 Wadies
Always on hand at Lewis' Family Grocery.
='••. COUNTRY DEALERS can
r 4. 1 , 7 P buy CLOTHING from pie in Huntingdon at
WHOLESALE as cheap as they eau in the
hies, 215 I have a wholesale store in Philadelphia.
OOTS AND, SHOES, of every va
CLL at D. P. GWIN'S if you want
ZarSchool Boolcs of all kinds for
ale at be vy is' Book Store. tf.
BORDENTOIVN, N. J
Bev. JOAN 11. BRAKEIX, A. M., Prest.,
Bordentown, N. J
Cornor oth A: Minor ei,,
LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND
or Double Spring,
A LA RG E STOCK
Whitlow Curtain Papers,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE
S. E. HENRY S. CO.,
tliflereu L grad. of
NEW GOODS. .
D. P. CWIR
INFORMS THE PUB M 9
THAT HE HAS
SPLENDID STOOK of NEW GOODS.
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY
COME AND SEE:
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I'ALT ! AND WINTEk,
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For ()antiunion's Clothing of the beet materiel, au *a*
in the hest workninulilte manner, cell at
oppoeito inn VranlOtri Flouts in Itlikrket.Spigit,
don, 'Pa. • •
tingttott Oct. al, '6B.
GREAT ENTHUSIASM I
_HIGH PRICES SURRENDER 1 !
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST.
Respectfully inforins the citizens of 'Pintail:m*li c i ttd,
vicinity that he has jnsbreceived from tile 943 , 4 bikif not
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS 4 CATS,,.
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,,
Trunks, &c., (CT., &c., &c.
ell of which he is prepared toed' at reduced prices.
A lot of choice CONFECTIONERIES have also been re
Don't forget the old stand in tho Diamond. Old code•
more and the public generally are invited to call.
110 n tingdon, Oct. 11, 1866. •
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. J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
,F's "LI ..7Eit IV I 0 1" 3EI.
Respectfully invites the attention of the Public to Ids,
stand on Hill M., Huntingdon., in the Year of George
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry store, where he manufactures,
and hoops sill kinds of Furniture of red need prices. Per-.
sons ',Tiling ta perches., will do well to give him a call.'
Repairing (doll kinds attended to promptly and charges:
Ate• Also, Rfulertaking carried on, and Collins made in,
any style desired; ht short notice.
Tl;e subdcriber has a
~" 'StiLY'''`. RE If A XD. EZEGANT ILEA.RSE,
and iv pretested to attend Funerals at any place in town,
or country. J. 3.1. WISE. '
Huntingdon, Ably 9, 1869-11
pal GEO. SHAEFFER
returned.from the east with a
.4 16 it
BOOTS, alTagg,, GAITERS,
ge hl gililcl e n r :r i aily t . 4 llLlVVi t ds h 's .s toc e n t trig7. B A
and those who purchase Owl will surely cull again.,
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER;.
and REPAIRING done la the neatest and most mad'-.
floes manner. •
Gall, upon Mr. Schaeffer at hie shop on 11111 street, a,
few doors west of the Diamond. my 2
Canned Peachoo, Tomatoes, Poau and Cork
Spiced ladtater; Oysters. Chow chow, WoreestershOO.
SAIICO, French Mustard, Horse Radish, Pepper snoop, Oat.:
sl!1' Olive 011, &c., do, sod •
• All kinds of 'Syrups,
ucb au strawberry', pineapple, blackberry, &a
CALL AND SEE
'All kinds of country prothwa taken in o. change for.
Goods at Lowia'Samily tirot..ery.
Of all kinds, foi Kdc v.1,01,,,,,d0 and retail nt. TsONTiS
Co's Family Grocery.
SOAPS AND DANDLES ;
And Tutlel E. , e3o—tho boat Maas—for sale at.
4, KII7S .(L'ceS OROONIZr.
FLOOR ! FLOUR !
Tim 103 t Flour, by tbo barrel or smaller quantity tot.
Halo at Louis' Fiimily Grocery.
JC Noto, POst, Commercial, koolocap and Flatcapi
good assortment for 811 TO by the roant,lalf ream, quire o
WOE 4 STATIOMEY STORE.
pUSINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
It you Want your curd neatly printed on navel
open, call at
LEIVIS' BOOK AND STATIONERY BTEAR.
HANS HAMS •
Iliuin and canvas engav ouvplltanr—the beat In Intr,
ket- 2 -ivbelo or sliced, for ealii at'
LeN , is'Family Grocery. •
A LT KINDS - QF 'V 0 13 .4 0
. 11_wholeealo and retail, at
CUNNINGHAM & CARMON'S.
FISH. , FISH.
Peet MACRICitEI. and HERRING for nate retail n
elvio Faintly Grocery.
rfONNI.LNIGTIAIII & CA Ftll.lON AR. 11
/Felling off at greatly reduced Wren.