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Wednesday morning, April 3, 1867.
LOCAL & PERSONAL
Those subscribers receiving a pa
per marked with a 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. tf.
Advertisements (puffs or notices)
published in local columns at ten cents
a line single insertion,-counting seven
words to a line. if.
New Advertisements in this Issue.
Sealed Proposals, o.lv. Oarrettmon, Huntingdon
Report of First National Bank,
Notice, New Store, Johnston L Wattson, "
-a' Set opp6sile page."-ti4l.
The Monitor office has been re
moved to Hill street, a few doors cast
of the First National Bat*.
The Lewistown Gazette is appris
ed that a law has passed the Legisla•
tore taxing dogs, for the use of public
A bull aged Si years, was killed
in Mifflin county the other day which
weighed 1790 lbs. That's a bully
weight, we consider.
The new license law, which we
published last week, goes into effect
when temperance people choose to
—Horse-bills printed in the best
style at the Globe office. For partic:
ulars see bills, or call at our office and
Now is the time to select your
Wall Paper. Call at Lewis' Book
Store, where you can select from a
large assortment of the newest styles.
Wo neglected last week to notice
the find improvement in the first :Na
tional Bank. Gentlemen of taste had
something to do with it.
Works beautifully —the Patent
Atmospheric Butter Maker, now on
exhibition by Capt. J. Thomas, at the
—Some scamps entered the smoke
house of Dr. Neff on Friday night last
and helped themselves to a full supply
of provisions. They need scotching.
—A gentleman who has taken the
trouble to count, says there are forty
two stores in the borough of Hunting
don. This speaks well for a popula
tion of three thousand.
Mr. John Westbrook has remov
ed his store opposite tho National Bank
to the room in the Diamond, where he
will be happy to receive calls from old
end new customers.
The Falcir of Vishnu, not yet
forgotten by our people, advertises for
a partner. .11 - c intends to enlarge his
entertainment. Quite necessary, we
feu vat iety's sake: • -
—A man named Cornelius Feeley
used a knife rather feelingly on three
persons in a beer house in Lewistown,
and as a consequence was put in jail,
And it is hoped he will feel what the
Dr. Brumbaugh has removed
from his former residence on Mont
gomery street to the brick on Wash
ington street, a few doors east of the
Catholic Church. His office is still on
Hill !S (Feet.
—The Presbyterian Church of this
place is to be enlarged for the accom
modation of the congregation, by the
erection of side galleries. Proposals
kill be received by G. W. Garretson.
—Those persons who have moved
or intend moying should not forget to
call at LeWili 4 Book Storc,and purchase
their Wall Paper, Window Shades,&c.
A house with rooms neatly papered "is
a thing of beauty and a joy forever."
—As Court commences next week,
those of our country patrons who. are
in arrears for subscription, etc., will
have a good opportunity for squaring
up accounts with us. Our books are
open for the reception of new subscri
—The aiiiings in this place were as
numerous as in former years.
Those of our town subscribers who
have changed their residence will no
tify the carrier or call at out: office.
Those who desire to take the paper
will do likewise.
Twelve quarts of chimney soot
ln a hogshead of water is said to be
a valuable liquid manure to improve
the growth of flowers, garden vegeta
bles or root crops. We thought that
some good use would eventually be
made out of this formerly castaway
Theophilus Cisney died at his
residence in Hill Valley, Shirley town
ship, on are 20th ult., •:.t the ripe old
age of 104 y4ars. Mr. Cisney was
born near Shippensburg, Pa., in 1763,
He removed to Huntingdon county in
1793, where ho has been ever since.—
was able to manage the affairs of
his farm until he reached the age of 94.
—The family of John Young, con•
taining seven members, residing near
Altoona, were all poisoned recently by
eating a lot of , buscuit, in which thro'
mistake the oldest daughter had used
tartar emetic. The physician thinks
there was also some arsenic in the
cakes. The family is recovering.
—Township Auditors are required
by law to audit the bounty aceunt,-;
of every district, prepare a condensed
statement of these finances, and pub
lish the same, at the cost of the dis
trict, for three successive weeks, in
two papers. A penalty of fifty dollars
is imposed on eaph Auditor who fails
Gen. Win. D., the former sassa,
fras merchant, has now engaged ex
tensively in the bone business. .1./s
his industry he has collected about
three toes of bones, and received the
pay for them. Upon seeing him reg
ularly going his dully rounds behind
his wheelbarrow, we have,thotight of
the proverb: "Seest thou a Mao dill=
gent in his business; he shall stand
before kings, and not before mean
Inca;" and we have wondered whether
Fortune was not smiling upon poor,
The Borough Election
The election on Monday for Burgess,
Council and Constable was well at•
tended to—the - voters turning out more
generally than usual at such elections.
Some three hundred and nine votes
were polled. The contest was a mixed
one— with some it was go your party
blind—with others bull or no bull—
with others town-hall or no town hall,
etc., etc. Two tickets were run—for
constable Levi Westbrook and Wm. 11.
Ring were upon both—Mr. King was
re-elected. The tickets were as fol
lows, with the vote for each :
T. 11. Cromer, 13'2:Grains Miller, 180
W. Cunningham, 149 Frank lieffright, 179
Daniel Artley, 1761 D. I'. Gain, 136
N. B. Corbin, 1441 A. A. Coital, 144
William King, 2161Lovi Westbrook, 91
On Saturday afternoon last, while a
little girl named Jennie Murphy, aged
about nino years, was engaged in
throwing down hay from the mow of
her mother's stable, somewhere in the
neighborhood of Lilly's Station, thie
county, the roof of the structure sud
denly gave way in consequelme of tha
heavy weight of snow upon it, and
falling in, buried the unfortunate child
in the ruins. The noise of the acci
dent attracted tho little girl's mother
to the spot, who had the unspealiple
anguish to find her daughter, though
still living, suffering most intense tor
ture. Unable herself to rescue her
child, the distracted mother hastened
with all speed to a neighbor's house,
but only to find the occupants absent.
flurrying onward in her search for
asshstance she secured the aid of other
neighbors, some two miles distant from
the scone of the accident, but when
they arrived upon the spot it was too
late—the poor child's life was extinct.
The prices of goods, but especially
dry goods and groceries have rapidly
declined during the last two weeks.—
Should the decline be permanent, and
we hope it will be, many folks can af-
ford to make purchases which they
have been postponing for months. If
they wish to know where and from
whom they can purchase to the best
advantage, let them go to Johnston &
Wattson's, who have received a largo
stock of all kinds of goods, and aro
selling them at very low prices. Go
and see them.
A. Hint to Lads and Lasses
A ,want has long been felt in this
community of some store for young
ladies and gentlemen to get just what
they wanted in the trimming and fur
nishing line. We are pleased to state
that this want is now supplied by our
young and genial friend W. P. Rudolph,
who has opened a Ladies' Trimming
and Gent's Furnishing Store, on the
North Cast corner of the Diamond.—
He also has a complete assortment of
Hats and Caps. Go to his store and
see the latest styles. Advertisement
Men from town and country, to call
at the Franklin Hotel, Huntingdon,
and see the Patent Atmospheric Butter-
Maher. Churns every day from sweet
milk in five minutes. Any one, by in
vesting a few dollars, can make from
$25 to $5O a day. It costs only 30
cents and sells for $3.
County rights for sate by J. Tuolus,
Agent, Huntingdon, Pa. 31
The first of April has come, and
brought with it its usual migrations,
and many are thrown out of homes,
who still have a desire to stay with us.
Tlibse who built temporary dwelling
houses last year aro not troubled, and
we suggest that those who aro now
homeless do the samo. There should
be at least fifty new houses every
spring, to meet the demands of our in
creasing population. Would'nt a build
ing association "pay ?"
Valentine Getnrote respectfully in.
forms the people of Huntingdon and
vicinity, that he is prepared to weave
Carpets in the best workmanlike man
ner. his stand is on Moore street,
nearly opposite Miller's Brewery.—
He invites the patronage of his former
customers and others. 81.*
Another Big Opening
0. D. Lewis will open out on Mon
day next, his store in Leister's now
building. Our friend John McLaugh
lin, the accommodating clerk, will al
ways he at his post, ready to furnish
goods of the best style, and at reason
able prices. The stock consists of Dry.
Goods, Groceries, etc., etc.
The Post-Office was removed yester
day from the Broad Top corner to the
room nearly opposite Lewis' Book and
Stationery Store. Ash. Miller is still
Postmaster, notwithstanding the re
moval: The post office is now in a
good location for the community at
large 5 we - do not say this through any
There will be services in the Episco
pal Church of this place on Friday
evening, also on Sabbath morning and
There will be preaching in the Ger
man licforriled Church on Sunday
Dr. William lirewster has removed
to McConnellstown. Ws town pa
tients will still receive calls.
r".. Justices' and Constables' Pee
Bills for eolo at Lewis' Book Sl.oro:'
Almost everybody has an idea of his
own how a local newspaper should be
conducted, but however they may dif
fer on other items, they almos invaria
bly coincide in one opinion—that a
newspaper should be mostly made up
of local items. They do not seem to
think that a local editor is not omni
present: nor that the proprietor can
afford to keep a "local" on every street
corner; nor that either of them cannot
be poking his nose into other people's
business all the time, asking questions
for which ho feels ho should be rebuk
ed. To effect the grand result desired
by everybody in a local paper, each
member of the community should be
under obligation to contribute his mite
of news, with the understanding that
every other inombor du the same.
Thus an editor would be merely a
scribe, and the printer the multiplier
of the records made.
re- A gentleman reports to us,that
a few days ago he discovered a very
valuable deposit of galena or lead ore,
in Middle Woodberry township, Bed
ford county, some four miles from the
town of Woodberry. A party visited
a cave in that neighborhood, and in
ono of the ehiambets some mineral sub
stance seemed to fill the crevices of
the rock, and upon examining it, it
was found to be a load vein. Subse
quent searches disclose the fact, that
the surrounding rock contains some
excellent veins of this mineral. The
owner of the land whose name we be
lieve is Wagner, ratifies to allow par
ties to attempt its development. He
has been offered a good price for his
land or for leases, but refuses either to
sell or lease.—llollidaysburgh Leader.
Beautiful New St.ylee of Wall Paper.
All who intend to do papering in
the spring or summer should measure
their rooms and select their paper
early from 'he large and splendid
stock just received at Lewis' Book
Splendid Gilt and Oil Shades, and
Gilt, Satin, Plain anti Pattern Paper
Shades, just received and for sale at
Lewis' Book Store.
nel. Second-hand Frame Work of
two houses for sale. Apply at Broad
Top Railroad office, Thuitingdon, Pa.
April 3 tf
Buckwheat Flour and Corn Meal,
For sale at Lewis' Family Grocer 3
In Altoona, on the 28th ult., by
Rev. J. S. McMurray, gr. E. W.
THOMAS. of Huntingdon, to Miss EVA
W. Wittoarr, of Petersburg, Hunt. co.
The above happy couple will please
receive the thanks of the printers for
their handsome present, and also their
best wishes. The musical Professor is
lucky in getting a fair help-Meet, and
we hope he will find the pleasures 'of
married life exceed his most sanguine
expectations, and may the music of a
happy and prosperous family ring
melodiously in his cars. Having mar
ried (W)right; we trust his course
will be ever right, upward and onward.
At Shirleysburg, March 30th., WEN
mot K., infant son of P. 11. Lano,aged
PHILADELPHIA, Melt. 30, 1801.
The following were the prices in market this morning:
Apples, 00 to 11.5 c per half perk; butter. -10 to 65c per lb;
chickens, 23 to 25c per lb; cranberries, 20 to 22c per quart;
catbug•. 5 to SO per head; celery, S to 15c per bunch;
ducks, 23012515; eggs, Sac per dozen; geese, 18 to 20c per lb;
hominy, 18c per quart, lard, 18 to 20c per lb; pmators, 250
per half peck; puddings. 16 to 13 rents ; onions, 15 to 20c
per 'WI peck; roast beef 20 to 25c per 113 sirloin storks,
25 to 35e per lb; mutton, 9 to 16c per It.; pork 16 to Ito
Poe lb; parsnips, 20c per hell peel; sausage:l,2oo22c per lb;
turnips, 15 to lire pee half peck; turkeys, 23 to 25c per lb.
Sone:fine Flour of $5,25 (y,O, extra at Z26:1110,50, fancy
extra family $125513,25 ' nn.l Pennsylvania foully 1 . 2(0
13,25, and fancy brandssl4,soC4ll7,so aecoilling to Quality.
Rya flour ,V 1.2567,35.
Pi hue Wheat is scarce trove. Choice ref at $3,05@ , 1, 23
white $3.20@:3,215. Rye nt $1,45031,52. Corn 410 to 1,12
Oats at 536565e..11ar1ey malt at $1,50.
Cloyerseed $10.2 11, accordiuLtto quality; Timothy nt
s3,l:3,Cre; Flaxseed $3,00g3,10 per likudirl.
Paxeam an, Mdl.'3o.—Flour.—hero ie Si fair demand.
We quote sales or spriqg cheat Flour et $13,00©11.1,50,
winter Flour At $lO-kl5, fancy at $:6,50@117.
winter.s3,tlo(P,lll and No.l aping 32.54EV2.90.
COM from first hands at 75e. nye, lit,C) per bushel. Oats,
53(a.)55e; Barley $1,00641,10. Sl!oulderl 10r.; side s 1'2 1 4‘;
li nionl6%"glec, Lanl - 1.3013!..r.
Cloymeed, $'3,0U®9,3 , J, Flaxseed $3, Timothy $3.
30—Floor dull; spring extra $10.©13,00
Winter. $13,50416,CQ. Epriny 1111,nt is at $1,,55U2,55.
Corn 93340. ()Mr, 400
'Nv Yonn, Itch SO.—Oolti clokre. - at
CORRECTED IVEEKLY HENRY . k CO
Superfine 'Fleur it 1,1 ..sl . 2,bb
Family Flour 18,00'
Apple Butter 70
8utter......... ............ ...... 35
Buck wheat 31.1 V. ewt..3.501
lint u cwt
Brom,. .1.,z 3,0064011
Beeswax 00 lb
Beaus It bus
• Hops 111 b ...... . ..... 40 @ GO
fl am, smoked 14
tinyll ton 19,0 u
Large Onions 11 bus I,uo
I Nixed Chop ', 00
Onions •: , • , • , 1 't , qt . 8
,l'otot , ,s ?, Ims SO
'Phtst , .. p, to,. . 10,09
In m, ,J 11, • 4
I ltyo Chop Ce. cut ",30
I:yr Sims 1; bilin/10. 10
ShOrts 7 o Cot
.21de5....... .................. ...12) ,
rol low 10 or! . . 1:1
Timothy •• 00
Torkeye 75 (; 1.50
t Wheat it0t1....•. ...... ::: ... 2.70
Wlteat Whit° "85
1 Wool It lb 45
Corn nest V. cwt..... ...... 2,0,,
Dried Apples V ...... —2,05
Dried Cherries quttrt.
Dried Ees,hos I:tlb..lS to 25
Festhers "tt, lb ttu
WALL PA PE It,
WINDOW till 41/113 AND
("mat," variety of woo stylr
crcr brought to Um county.
REcx,,, , Ep AND FOR SALE 077 887
%T LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
D EAFNESS, BLINDNESS & CA
TAHITI!, treated with the utmost oneness, by J.
IodACS, M. D., Oculist and Anil st, (formerly of Leyden,
Holland.) No 519 l'lNEstreet, i 11 itllA. Testimimials
front the moot relialile sources in the city nod country,
earl , oroo at) isoLioa. :fine medical faculty are invited
to itcrompauy their liatitbts. us ILO has 00 secrets in his
practice. ARTIFICIAL LY 1 , ".:3 inserted withadt pain.—
No charge for examination.
"X.T OTICE TO STOUKELOLDIMS ( - )1
TIIE - N - 1:1V GRENADA k BROAp TOD . OIL Co.
The Animal :klteting of the St,,chhohle'rg will be link] at
the onion of tho Company in Nov Grenada, on SATUR
DAY. the Ott (lay of A PHIL. proximo. tin• the purpose of
electing the following Nine Directors,
Ono Trni,nr or : and ono Secretory.
REGISTER'S NOTlCE.—Notice is
givoi, to all 11.2060110 intel,tcd, that tho
lowing named persons Lava settled their accounts in (ho
Register's (Mice, at lin ntiugdon, and that the said accounts
will lie presented for confirmation and allutvanco at sa
Orphans' Court, to ho held at Ilontingdon, in and for Iho
comity of Huntingdon, on Monday, tho 9th day of
APRIL, nt•ot, (1017.) to stir
1 Tlio first :ma iti.f.otilit of (I....tigti It. Moffitt:tiff,
acting Ex..eattir of Ow I.tst te.tattivitt 01.101.11
orbin, !afoot . Jititiittet
Thst acvoillit .folitt T. Stryker, nil-
Itliffillraltir of l'etvr Stlykve, late of l'orlk.r
8 Account or Andr,,, Switlt, nolinini4trator td•
berry Mio,,tl.t, of toWlishiv. dove:lied.
4 Adotioistemion 110,1111 t or alaumel atliolnk.
rattle or Andrew Gilleland, late or '.lrotowelt tI. tleceasel.
5 Allnt'lliAration zovoool of Coo tlioa 0. Figael and
nufb:lllk, eXeelltol, of lionjnwin Figatt, lattt of
Mania town.hip, doe,ated.
Atlolini,tration account of TIIOIII,II It. Orbison,
minislrotor or John A. llrige4, Into of Union town chip,
7 Partial administration account of David Mark, nil
ill istrator of Armstrong IViltungliby, latu of [Lsting
dun h,,rongh, tivocas.ed.
8 Adm ini-tratiOn account of John admink.
trator of Jonathan 1,. Ihnrof, late of Jiichson town. bin,
9 Trask., account of John Reed and George Wilson,
trustees apjo to makes.. to of the real estate of Wm.
Reed, late of West township, deceased, who died intestate.
10 Guardianship itecount of .folm Long, eitardiati of
Samuel McKinstry, late of
11 The account of Peter :urk and Wm.tipeck, trustees
to sell th-• real estate of Martin Speck. deceased.
12 Partial administration aureola of Wm. Stewart,
roliainiritrator de boots non cant testa tum annexed of Wm.
Flewart, ilecM.. late of 11,, lee township.
la Final amillot of Jacob Hoover; administrator of
lilizalietli Garner, lute of Venn
14 Administration account of Michael 11. ➢lcfrrath, ad
ministrator of John 31ctlintli, late of Carbon township,
15 A tvount of Samuel t; Millor.executor of the last will
and testanma of Georgo W. Horton, lota of Carbon h.q..,
10 Administration account of David Barrie*, °seen for
of the eslato of Jane Stewart, late of Ilarree tp., deceasod.
17 Administration account of James M. Lloyd, execu
tor of the last will nod testament of Henry Lloyd, late of
Walker township, &erased.
IS Administration account of Ailiun Frapo, one of the
administrators of Beajamin FOllBO, late of Hopewell Imp.,
19 Administration account of Nlichatil Fiedler. admin•
ist rotor of John Irwin, late of Jiwkson township, dot:eased.
20 The tirst and partial itcconnt of Samuel Fink, ern,-
utor of the last will and testament of Jacob Pink, late or
In on town: rip, tlereased•
21 he goardianship account of Georga guaadiau
of Nettie Hampton, of Brady township.
JOIIN 11. SMUCIZIIII,
NOTICE is hereby given to all per
eons interested that the following Inventories of
Ilm goods and Clintteli Nut In widows• under the provis
ion:4.f the net of lath of April, 1551, have been filed in
the entre of the Clerk of the Orphaus' Conrt of Hunting
don County and will ho pro,nted for "approval by th e
Court" on Wednesday tie, %bib of APhili, (1800 :
1. The Inventory, alai appraisement of the goods and
chattels which worn of Janies Stinson, set apart to his
widow, C:rth;vixo Stinson.
2. The Inventory and appraisentent of the goods and
chattels of 'llionms deceased, taken by his widow
:3. The 101entiory and eppraicetnent of the goods and
cloattols whicio were of John N. Moser Lac of Juniata 1 1 4 ,
deceived, talons by ins widow Mary 31. Masser.
4. The inventory and apprai,enient of the goods end
chattels which were ofJ bits Russell, deceased, taken by
his widow 511,11111.11 RII,OII. •
5. Tiu inventory and apprairement of the Foods and
chattels 0 hich were of Abram tiutchall, deceased, taken
by his widow Mary A. (intcludl.
IS. The Inventory and appraisoment of the goods and
chattolii, which were of .101 in McHugh, deceased, taken by
his widow Ellen Melhigh.
7 The Inventory and appraisement of tho goods and
Ontario which were of Daniel Reader, th teased. takon by
his widow Elizabeth Reader.
0. The Inventory and appraisernent, of the goody and
chattels which were of Samuel litmlge, deceased, set
apart to his 'widow Edith Bur.iget.
7. The Inventory and appraisement of the goods arid
chattels which were of Tholll3l 3hillur l deceased, late of
Barre° tit., taken by his widow Sarah Miller.
316. 13, 1567
A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
THE m.derNignod give:, notice that he will open the
abovajnstitittion or TUESDAY, (Ito Uth of APR 11,,
and continnl a term et eleven weeks.
This Institution is situated in Shirleyslittrg', Hunting
don county, Va., 7 miles from Mount Union, a station on
the l'envsylvania Central Itailrnad. ' Shirleysburg is a
quiet mid oxceedingly healthy town. It+ inhabitants aro
voral and religion+. mid theca are few tenirtationo to
ice. idleness or disiftiation.
The COUP. of instruction embraces .everything that in
included in a thorough practical and accomplished educa
tion of both sexes.
For circul..r and information addres3 W. 1. HUNTER,
Principal, Shade Hap, Huntingdon county, Va., until
April Ist; after which at Sliirle3sburg. Pa.
BELL'S MILLS, BLAIR COUNTY, PA.
EVERY way a first doss Institution, affording the brat
faeilitka to those preparing for College, bujness ur
IV huh, ~ e rns,3 far Ennuntr tern. of 5 tr , 0!160..i.115
NO EN.TRA CIIAROVS. -15 et
Next term begins May Gtb. Feld for a circular.
hter. MIR LAWSON, Principal,
Mch.6.-301.". intistown, Pa.
TAVERN LICENSE . ..S.—
The following persons have tiled in the office of
the Clerk of dm Conrt of quarter tic,sions of Huntingdon
county, their petitions for lieeil'es to keel , In" or Tar.
ern, said comity and which will be presented to the
Judgo of said Court on thus:tr.:awl Monday of April next,
John Kurtz, Ale.ltotria.
Martin Mwtra, Barnet.
James Gleason, tt
Win. 11. Cornell, tt
George W. Moore. Birmingham.
Charles K. Horton, Broad Tnp city.
Philip Pheasant, Cassoilln.
Jotill H. Herbal t, etatiniont.
Daniel .1. Logan, CooltatoWn.
Jesse E. Marsh. Green Tree.
.1. D. Fee .1 A. M. Aullz, Iluutingdo n.
.noun S. Weston, Mapleton.
Jacob Oilintugh, Marklesburg.
Thomas Mel larvey, Mitt Creek.
5. 11r3 son Shaver, Mount Union.
. David W. Jones, McAlavey'a Furt.
John Dean. NlcConnellstown.
Abraham Carntbere, Grbisonia.
W. S. Thompson,
Lewis Ilelfright. Petersburg.
Jabal Hallman, Saulsburg.
Win. 31cOuwan, Shade Onp.
Perry Harris, Shirleynburg.
H. F. Haslett, Spruce Creek.
Alexander Seeds, ."
Jacob Staloy. Jr., Warm Slirbag.
James Chamberlain, Warriorentarli.
I Chamberlain, Walerstrect.
Witham Bell, Wilsonlowm
J. R. SI 3IPSQN, died
lion liolplon, March 20, 1567.
LIMBER SOLD ON COMMON
S. R. - 111 4 .;NRY & CO.,
Are receiving all, kinds of LUMBlilt, rompri,ing Oil the
different grain, of
FR AIVI E STUFF,
JOINT AND LAP Sill NG LES,
iI'ORK ED FLOORING,
HAILING, AG., Ac,
ho .Itl at prices at lho 13 . 011;4111i fi'eiglit aft
deft. • not
TO THE' LADIES
S Is': 3: P.. , S ,
.Just rreeiccd tlibi day from NeiV York 11111 i for !..ale at the
cheap C, l Clore of 1/M. MARCH & 1,'P.0,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
FANCY TRIMMINGS AND . BUTTONS
lost . vc,ivetl this day front New York and for sale chvar
at [may7l Wll. 3IAhCR St 1 0 10.
l'!aia and ratrrim rag. 0111,1 !rains—lb,: Lust iu nrir
1,0—,1101e pr ,lice.l, for Nair at
Lewis' Family Grocery.
OHO CE CANDIES
Or all Kinds, for tntio wlvoleeale and retail at Let tc:
Co's Fondly Cirr?sery.
SOAPS AND CANDLES.
.:w.thin g and Tuna Soaps—thr bet kinds—for sate nt
L 6 1118 tr CG'S PAN/ r GROCER r.
D EADY RECKONER
A, A complete rocket Ready . Reckoner, in dollars
and cents, to whieli are added forms of Notes, Bills, Re
cella, Pei Mons, Is., together with a set of useful tables
e vale of interest from one dollar to twelve thous.
and. by the single day - , with a table of wit:cos, and board
by the week and day. • For sale at
LEWIS' ROOK STORR.
CI UN NI NGHA M 1. CARNION Al E
j,olling off at greatly rolmsed lkice u
LL KINDS OF TOBACCO
11,101010,1i0 .111 retail. at
CUNNINGHAM Sr, CARMON'S.
TALL at p. P. GW'IN'S if you want
j anot> 000 ls. •
T. R. A
JOHN E. SMOCK tilt,
A splendid ..Fortim.lit of
FIRST NATIONAL STORE.
D °Tim & M LLLER have just recciv
rd thvir new rstore :tooth, „r
Ty latest ntyles, which Ili, y are now olf.wing to
lic at the mwit reasostal.lo rate
or Sill,, 1. 7 1,101 awl A worican Neria,,,, Saris
Dol.ain,.4..laconel Barred: Cain
311t,linA, Clot Ln. Oxisi
atinuti, .lo.ltlA,l3ltawli, Flannels,
II Cap, liailtS IVOO.I 11 • itbw aNgr.,
awl Oil Ihrgest
Q E A' 8 R E
ill "ye onekla borough
of golfing li:ll.g:tiny will not fail to
118 lit our New Slew 011101 wo6t corner of
11 1 Relic
.Fl-7- -- - lii':i k
fi t 4 ; 1 ,1 ,;frii-
I , ==-4 = \
C 2 °
t77J 171 f
~~i ~111 t
Cannt,l readleq, Ton ttn,,, Pen 3 and Corn
Spiced Lobster, Oysters, Chow chow, Worcestershire
sauce, French Mustard, Horse Radish, Pepper ammo, Cat
sup, Olive Oil, .te., , and
All kinds of Syrups,
as st rawborry, pinpapple, blackberry ; S:c
CALL AND SEE.
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I F y e 2 p-;, )
cv . t
c 7) ts - i
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OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES,
GILT GOLD SHADES,
BAILEY 'S .E'Ll-TUI?L'AS;
TAPE, CURD AND SA LS
AT LEWIS' BOOK norm
COUNTItY - DEAL NRS cnu
cLoi utho from wain liontingilon at
WHOLE:WA: as thiiy can iu the
linvii n wi i ninialo iitorn in
—Best quality of Segars
EG A RS.-
EYRE & LANDELL,
leo UR rir & A RCII STREETS,
ARE OPENING FOR THE SPIIMO OF 1867,
3 CaSCS SOICeh shades of SILKS,
Fashionable PLAID SILKS,
BISMARCK, the new color Silk,
Best BLACK SILKS in town,
PLAID INDIA SILKS, rrfeet,
New Spring DRESS GOODS,
New Style Spring CHINTZI4;S,
ORGANDIES of newest styles,
Steol-colored for suits.
N. .B. STAPLE _Housekeeping
GOODS, Fresh Stock CLOTHS, CAS
SIM ERES, nod TWEEDS for youths.
P. S.—MERCIIANTS in scal'ell of searro and ilecirablo
(too& will find it to their interest to call and examine
eon stock. m1,27-41t
SILVER'S WASII POWDER !
iS.,IVEB TIME, LABOR, MONEY.
Makes Washing a Pastime and Mon
day a Festival.
SOLD EVBILYIVIIERE. TRY IT I
Athlroaa all orderd to the 51anufactorera
CONSUMPTION CANBE CURED
TILE TRUE REMEDY AT LAST DISCOVERED.
Upham's Fresh Meat Cure,
Prepared front the formula of Prof. Trowseau. of Paris,
cures Consumption, Lung Diseases, Bronchitis, Dyspepsia,
Mammas, (lateral Debility, and all morbid conditions
of tha system dependent on deficiency - of vital force. It
is pleasant to taste, and a single bottle will convince the
most skeptical of its virtue as tho great heeling remedy
of the ago. $1 a bottle, or sin bottles for $5. Sent by
express. Sold by
S. C. UPHAM, No. 25 Soot!, DIG lITII St root,
And all principal Druggists. Circulars sent free.
GOOD NEWS FOR MOTHERS.
Mothers, are you oppressed Nvith anxiety fur your little
oes? Arc your slumbers and hearts broken by their
Orion? n Do you awake in the morning unrefreshed and ap.
prehensive? If so, procure at once a bottle of Dr. Leon's
Infant Itemetly.and you will taco no more weary hours
of watching and anxiety.
DR. LEON'S INFANT REMEDY,
Has stood the test of years. Thousands of nurses and
mothers bear Witness that it never fails to give relief if
used in season. It is a mild, yet sure and speedy cure for
Colic, Cramps and Wie,ly rains, and is invaluable for all
complaints incident to Teething.
Sold by Druggists throughout the United States. Ad
dress all orders to
NEW SPRING STYLES, "Ourc Ow:4* MAKE"
Embracing every new and desirable alto, style and
alutpc or plot. and trail (loop 2!„i", 3,
3!,4, and 4 yards, wand every length and size
Waist; in every respect fleet quality, and especially adap•
ted to moot the wants of first class arid most fashionable
"Oun OWN MAKE" of Hoop Skirts, are lighter, more elas
tic, more (Unable and really cheaper than any other
make of either Single. or Double Spring Skirt in the Amer.
ican market. They are Warranted hi every respect. and
wherever introduced give universal satisfaction. They
are now Laing extensively sold by retailers, and every la
dy should try them.
Ask for "napkin's Own Make,"and gee that each Skirt
is stamped 'W. T. 110 PK IN'S, MANUFACTURER, 623
A IiCIL STREET, PIIILAD'A." No others are genuine
A catalogue containing style, size, and retail prices, sent
to any address. A uniform and Mend discount allowed
to dealers. Orders by mail or otherwise, promptly and
carefully filled. Wholesale and Retail, at Manufactory
NO, W 213 A RCil STREET,
40 - Skirts made to order, altered and fepairel.
TERMS, NET CA SI t. ONE, PRICE ONLY.
WThl. T. HOPKINS.
No more Bald Mauls!
ELECTRIC HAIR RENEWER,
Is pronounced by all who have used it the very best
prr natation for tho Hair. It is a positive cure for held.
nese, eradicates flandralf and ilillllol,l, stops the hair
frotn fldiiug ant, awl speedily restores (dray Locks to
their original hue and luxuriance.
It operates ou tho secretions and fills the glands with
new life and coloring matter. Thin, dead. faded or gray
hair will always be brought back by a few applications,
to its youthful abundance, vitality and miler,
It makes the hair soft, glossy, fragrant, pleasant to the
touch and easy to arrange. Dry, wiry and intractable
lucks become moist, pliant and disposed to remain in any
desired position. A. a flair Dressing it. has 110 equal.—
Tho sales are enormous and it is a universal favorite with
old and young of both sexes.
Enid by Druggists throughout the United States. Ad
dress all orders to
111 ell a 4)
SA VES MONEY,
AND ALL GROCERS SELL IT.
It ie 11801 by onting/intr, slmdl nhavingsamt dissolving
in hot water, limn soak - the clothes five to tell minutes,
and a little hand rubbing will make them as clean as
hours of hard machine robbing , would do, With ordinary
soap, and tire most delicate fabric receive rue tinitcy. We
can refer to thourands of families who are rising it, nail
who coatd ant be persuaded to do without
e mmm (
Sold by all LEA DI Ara- OitOOl;ftS
TIIIiOUGhIO UT 17 FIE .STAT.E.
107 souTll FIFTH. STREET,
Iligost P1h!o PM fop Prim Tallow,
..t - )" . 1.'111 . SlllO ut LEW/S . J 4 y Orncory
Oct. 15, '65-1511.2.p
DR, WILLIAM BREWSTER,
I , or the benefit of llioac proposing In ”adorialnt E
for diSeaseN We give in the
few 01 the mart, prominent awl
1110,1 C1)111111.111 I11(.1 with in our prat,
lice, in allw sire itivli (co re most till2CeSarill. L
TV is A SIMI rESEnt , AND IN ALL vAsrs
lv PlD.plibl.V APPLIED. Thor , :, liwrect.Eo.:lllliett , diE
With complaints nut have anotnevale.l, nemd have
nobia.i lotion in applyiugonal whether only
or ft lIIIIIMANENT vin:toil. they Will C
-eceive la plies neeortlingly. Al! conanunicatiene
1 . 1 ea.
1 Ilitre St. Vitus' ltance, Paralysk,
ilystt•ria, I.,t•vtausiiess, Palpita
tion cf tllu Iloart,Let•lo.hm, etc.
2 Son:Throat. DyspFpsin.l harrlima, Dysentery,
Obstinate Cmdstipation, Ilemorrltoids, or
Pilos, Bilious, Flatulent, and Painter's Colic,
111 i alt IllreetiOlNol the Liver and Spleen.
Caterrh, Cdugli, Influenza, Asthma, !where
nod I.ild organic disease or the hear!,)
Bronchitis, Pleurisy, illteumatistit of the
Coostamidion in the early stages.
4 tlotrel, Diabetis. and 14itiney Complaints.
5 itht.umatis., taunt, Lumbago: Stilt Nick,'
Spinal Diseases, flip Disortes. ('oncors, 'Pm
llon'S I (these last Imineil al wmYs enrol with
out yam, °codling, or pla-ters in any total) I
In it wool, we inor,se to cure all mumble dis
(Ye have no connection whaler, with any
tri,tl ollice in tins, any tabor cemity.
All letters tottlic, to
• 11')1. 11.
jahl • Illlntlioniont
CallOA affil %tablu
IN,ay , liaiaatl.otvi.'l,,,,n,ly
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
No. 137 Nth. Third Street, Philad'a
ZIEGI,EII, 4 SMITH,
No. 13 Nth. Third Street, l'ltilad'u
HOOP SKIRTS. 628.
No more Gray Locks !
ZEIGLER & SMITH,
137 Nth. Third St., Philadelphia
NEW CHEAP CASH STORE
FOR FALL AND - WINTER.
WM. MARCH & BRO.
Respectfully inform the public generally that they
have just received a large and splendid etoelt of good Olt
their more in Huntingdon, consisting in part of
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, TINWARE,
LADIES' FANCY TAINIMINGS,
HOOP SKIRTS,BoNNErs, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW TV A R
QU EENSWARE, HARDWARE,
• GLASS, NAILS,
Also ; CARPETS and. OIL-CLOTH,.
And in fact everything that in usually kept lira first clue
store, all which were bought low for cash and. will
sold at correspondingly low prices for cash, or country
produce, and request the public to give us a call before
purehacing elsewhere, feeling satislitid No can offer awe
rior inducements to cash buyers.
We respectfully solicit the patronage of all, nod the
public are cordially invited to examine cm goods.
Everything hilted in cr..change for goods except promi
• WM. MAMA d ftRO,
Huntingdon ? oct.'.ll, 1865.
1867. • 1867.
FALL AND WINTER,
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentlemen's Clothing of the best material, and madg
iu the best workmanlike manner, call at
opposite tun Franklin House to Market Square, Hontink
Huntingdon Oct. 31,'66.
D. P. CWiN
INKopis THE PUBLIC
THAT HE HAS
SPLENDID STOCK of NEW GOODS!
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY,
COME AND SEE.
D. P. GWIN,
WEST HUNTINGDON 'FOUNDRY,
Manufacturer of all kinds of work in his line, among
Will lind Threshing Machines, Plows, Died soles, 'Fettle
Will find Round ,Mandrils, hollow Anvils, block and rol
ler Tiro benders, Tire irons, sled and sleigh solos, Wagon
boxes, Ac. Tito
Cau have Mil:hal:tor Machinery. The
Can have door and window sills and Lintels, sash welgbla
cellar window grates, all sizes, porch stands, - armor for
rain spouts, chiamoy caps, pavement castings, for coal
and wood cellars, heaters for warming private dwellings
mid public buildings, doors and frames for bake ovens,
iron railing for verandahs, porticoes, balconies, and fen,
cos of all kinds.
Particular attention paid to fencing grave lots. Evory 7
hotly ran' hays threshing machine, plow and stove repairs
and all Muds of Lot, mad brass castings.
• GREAT ENTHUSIASM I
lIIGII PRICES SUBBEN_DER !
THE BEST AND THE CHEAPEST,
JOHN H. WESTBROOK Vit
Respectfully informs the citizens of Huntingdem oh
vicinity that he has just received from the city a REIT an 4
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Ilosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks t
Trunks, tbe d7e, (De &C.
all of which he is prepared to tell at reduced prices.
A lot of choice CONFECTIONERIES have also been re,
Don't forget the old stand In the Diamond. Old mists.
morn mat the public generally nre invited to call.
Huntingdon, oct. 31, 1866.
51 - 9;,'6 - T=l li79,sTrialsFt 5) 5 j
1r ) w vj.1 . 3 1,UA
J. M. WISE :
Manufacturer and Dealer in
31F Xi It TNT I "30 T.T IR
Respectfully invites the attention of the Publle hit
stand on - lull . 11untiugdon,.in the rear of George W
Swartz' Watch and smveley store, ivhsib he manufacture 3
and keeps ell hinds of ',urmitnre at rtluced prices. For,
son s wishing to purchase, will do will to givo him a call.
Repairing of kinds attended to promptly and charges
OW - Also, Cndertak ing rstrried on, and Coffins made in
any style desired, at short notice.
The sUbscriber has a
(stard - t ,,, NEJE ND ELEGANT HEARSE,
and is prepmed to attend Funerals at any place in town _
or COlll, ry. J. WISE.
Hun t ingdon, May 0,1866—1 f
pfil GEO. SHAEFFER
.. iftwjwit refereed front the east with e.4411q
BOOTS, SHOES', GAEPE/W t.C. 0, i
Which Int ram to the inspection of his customers and
the public goner/01y. Ile wilt otL his'atock at the most
and thoso who linrchaso once will surely call again
BOOTS Sz SIIOES MADE TO ORDEII
and REPAIRING done in tho neatest and mo.stexpedt
Call upon Mr. I.hra.fivr at his shop on MR street,
few doors west of the Diamond. Lny2
N EE BOOT AID SHOE STORE
t ho Lns
gnl, G atro
tl Fine Assortment of nil kith Of
BOOTS AND SHOES ,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Chlldrn4.
oil of which ho will 6011 at fair prices. quick secs adtj
mid/ itrfi/il4. 101 l and QX.LatliTtC` lay steel:.
Mallawluring and lit:lathing done to order Be; usual.
llimlingtloo,Aiwil 10, ISOB '
All kinds or country prolnce taken in exclanno tor,