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Wednesday morning, May 16, 1867,
LOCAL & PERSONAL
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lever Advertisements In this Issue. •
Dr-Sec opposite pave. "1 - 14
To Oat, School Directors of Huntingdon county.
Supplement to a borough Ord inane*.
Flour, Feed, &c. Jaulata 51111. J. Creamell L Son
Orphans• Court Sale. J. Murphy, Guardian.
—No 800' -by our exchanges. that
mad dogs hare already made their ap
—Mr. W. P. McLaughlin has with
drawn from the firm of John Bare
Co, Bankers, in this place.
—The Castilian Garden was opened
ou Saturday evening last. There was
a good crowd in attendance.
__David P. Gwiu has rejuvenated
the appearance of his store building by
giving it a fresh coat of paint. Win.
P. Orbison has done the same to his
—A small houso tenanted by An
drew Rogers, along thb base of Black-
Log mountain, in Germany valley,
was destroyed by fire on Sunday eve-
—Will our present enterprising
Board of Councilmen please furnish
the printers with the proceedings of
- their meetings? They will be publish
ed free, gratis, for nothing,
—A little son of Joseph and Jane
Price, residing in Ilill Talley, fell into
the spring and was drowned, on Thurs
day afternoon. lie was a little over
two years of age.— Times.
—An old gentleman attempted to
jump on a passenger train at Barre()
station last week, which was in mo
Lion, and slept under the car. lie was
pulled out by a bystander before being
—The Lewielown Gazette says that
Captain Seth Benner has been remov
ed from the office of Whisky Inspector,
and Net. Thompson, of Armagh town
ship, appointed in his place. The ro
tary motion has again commenced.
—The amount of license paid to the
Appraiser of Taxes by mercantile deal
ers in this county is $llO7, exclusive
of Huntingdon borough, which pays
*490, very nearly ono-half as much as
is paid by the rest of the dealers in the
—As the law stands, soldiers who
have lest their discharge papers are
entitled to bounty the same as if they
had them, if they can furnish evidence
of such loss. There aro many to whom
this will apply, and such should lose
- no time in presenth;g• their claims.
—The Quarterly Convention of the
West Juniata District of Good Tem
plars, meets at Martinsburg, Blair eo.,
on the 21st and 22d inst. The follow
ing are the delegates from Standing
Stone Lodge: Rev. James C. Clarke,
J. R. Simpson, Mrs. Hannah Barnhart,
Mrs. Jennie Simpson.
—Counterfeit five cent coins are in
active circulation. The die or matrix
by which they are made is nearly per
fect, but the metal is very base, in
some instances being not much better
than lead. The coin counterfeiters no
doubt expect to reap a rich harvest
from this new imposition, at the ex
pense of the cupidity of the public.
—Some of our friends, who delight
- in flowers, ought to try an experiment
recommended by one of our exchan
ges. If successful, the result will be a
gratifying one. It says : Any lady
who cultivates a rose in her apart
ments will find that by planting an
onion in the same pot, the fragrance
of the rose will be increased a hundred
per cent. Why this is so is more than
we can say.
—Several of our sporting gentry,
with book and lino, have already in
dulged in the delightful pastime of
fishing. The stream's aro somewhat
swollen with the late rains, the waters
are muddy, and our fishermen are ea
ger to forma devoted attachment with
the finny tribe, be they "big fish" or
''small fry." Wo are not a little sorry
to add, there is a poor look out for
shad in these waters.
Alleghanian thinks that Cam
bria'county will only have begun to
prosper when her Eons shall have ceas
ed to destroy her timber and have
turned their attention to the cultiva
tion of the soil. It thinks that at
the present rate of consumption, five
years of the future will see ninny of
her people as glad to purchase lumber
As they are now ready to sell it.
—A. boy entered Mr. Shaeffer's boot
and shoe store on Friday last, during
his temporary absence, and stole $l6
out of his money-drawer The boy
was caught and made to deliver. lie
is known to many of our citizens, and
we forbear publishing his name, hop
ing that he will never do the same
offense again. Ho might see his name
in the papers in a very bad light if he
does not take warning by the advice
of his parents.
—The following aro the officers elect
of Standing Stone Lodge I. 0. of G. T.,
for the quarter ending August Ist, '67 :
W. C. T.—Dr. A. B. Brumbaugh ; W.
V. T.—Miss Nettie Black ; W. S.—
Alexander Denny; W. T.—lgiBß Mary
Gwin ; W. A. S.—Miss Bennie Wal
lace; W. F. S.—Hugh Lindsay; W.
C.—Rev. James C. Clarke; W. M.—G.
F. Marsh ; W. D. Mary Wil
son ; W. R. 11. S.—Rev. G. D. Pone
packer; W. L. IL S.—Miss Lydia Si mp
eon ; W. T. G.—Miss Kate Cunning
ham; W. 0. G.—James Skeeso.
MAGIC Impression Paper for Bale at
Lewis' Book Store,
Our boroughfatbers aro doing a very
creditable thing just now, in requiring
property-holders residing on some of
the principal thoroughfares of our
town to pave the sidewalks in front of
their lots. It will be seen by refer
ence to an advertisement in today's
paper that by this means many of our
public squares aro to be improved, and
wo hope that those concerned will
commence as soon as possible, and save
themselves some expense through un.
necessary neglect or willful refusal.—
The streets running east and west in
our borough aro nearly all paved-on
ono side, and what is now being done
is to have pavements on both sides,
whore it is most needed. When the
sidewalks aro paved on both sides, it
will not be long before dwellings will
follow where there aro none at present,
thereby enhancing the value of sur
rounding property. The improve
ments now proposed aro such as will
be a comfort to the traveling commu
nity and a blessing to the property
holders when they wish to sell.
If any of our roaders aro puzzled to
know the names of the streeiS, we ad
viso them to study the sign-boards
r:/880.9 are played out,
but the people aro not Much the losers
as J. C. Blair, at his Book Store on
Railroad Street, is furnishing his cus
tomer:, with Wall Paper, Blinds, Books
and Stationers•, at Philadelphia Prices.
Call and see him.
Southern Famine Relief Fund
The Executive Committee on Col
lections and the Committee on Distrib
ution, having detAnined to organize
Auxiliary Associations in the interior
counties of Pennsylvania, have ap
poihted John Scott, John G. Miles,
Win. Dorris, A. P. Wilson; W. Lewis,
and Rev. G. W. Zahniser, a Committee
to act in Huntingdon county.
The Auxiliary Associations are au
thorized to collect and receive funds
in aid of the Southern Famine Relief
Fund of Philadelphia.
The original appointees have power
to add to their number, to fill vacan
cies, to substitute suitable persons for
those prevented from serving, and gen
erally to adopt such measures for
promptly carrying out the objects of
their Association as may seem expedi
Remittances to bo made to James IL
Aerteen, Treasurer, S. E. Corner of
Walnut and Dock streets.
Communications to be addressed to
Charles J. Gobrecht, Secretary, Board
of Trade Rooms, 505 Chestnut street,
r.-.." 7ohneton R Watison have just
received a large lot of Ladies' Hoop
Skirts, Ladies Gaited's, Shoes, t
A meeting of the friends of a Sol
diers' Monument was held at the Court
House on last Saturday evening. The
meeting organized by calling Hon.
John Scott to the chair, and Mr. M. S.
T2vlle as Secretary. After a short
discussion, it was resolved that a meet
ing be held on Friday evening next,
when the committees for the several
townships will be announced, and the
project again started. It is hoped
that there will be a full turn out of our
citizens to further this worthy object.
We should have' a Monument by all
means, and we know the citizens of
the county would contribute liberally,
if the proper enthusiasm was awaken
ed, and energetic canvassers selected
to receive the contributions.
Zer - Do you want New Herring. If
you do, go -to Johnston & Wattson's
now store. They have just received a
largo lot of Dry Salt, Labrador, Port
land and Lake Herring, also Afackerel,
While walking down street the oth
er day, a sudden gust of wind over.
took us, and undertook to over take
our hat over•head into an adjoining
gutter, which it did most over-beauti•
fully. Luckily, we Were then as sud
denly overtook by Mr. Robert Cun
ningham who took us into his wa
ned store, where
, ho showed us a good
assortmont of hats, from which ho told
us to take a sort of hat most pleasing
to us, which we accordingly did, and
sorticd out, thanking our genoroui3 dcpt
nor, and feeling confident that ho was
the sort of fellow all sorts of people
like to patronize. We lost a hat and
we gut another ono where they are
cheap and plenty.
Additional Poi• for Ogicera
Late officers of the army are entitled
to an additional pay of five dollars per
month for each servant kept by them
from the Ist day of May, 1861,- to the
3d day of March, 1865. The Depart
ment at Washington is ready to re
ceive and adjust these claims, and
MH. -- ro:st S. LYTLE, Attorney at Law,
and Licensed Claim Agent, Hunting
don, Pa., is prepared with - the necessa
ry blanks, &c, to make application.—
Officers desiring these claims collected
should address him. 2t-I-
Increase of Salary.
L. R. Coburn, State Superintendent
of Common Schools, nines notice in to
day's paper, that in view of a request
of the majority of the boards of Direc
tors in this county, to increase the sal
ary of the County Superintendent,
there will be a meeting held in the
Court house on Thursday the 110th of
May next for that purpose, which all
the Directors are invited to attend. ,
Further to an Act passed the 14th day of
Nay, 1853, relative to Pavements, etc.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the
Burgess and Town Oduncil of ilia Dotongli of Hunting.
don, and It 19 hereby ordained by the authority of the
came, That the not or ordiunece posed on the 14th day
of May, A. D. 1653, untitled "An Ordinance regulating (ho
side-walks or pavements in the borough of Huntingdon,"
be o[lll the Name is hereby extended eo as to include the
erva nide of Bath Street (rem the corner of 11111 etroot to
Sacrum 2. And be It further enacted by the authority
of the same that the said net be ext•nded to the east aide
of Montgomery street, tram Hill street to Mifflin street.
Bat:riot 3. And be it fortherenacted Hutt the provisions
of the said act be and the canto are hereby extruded to
Church street, front 'Montgomery street to Charles street,
SO far ins 16 require pavements to be made, by the owner.,
Of lots, to both sides of said Church Street, from Beth
street to Charles street, and on the northern nide from
Bath street to Montgomery Street; that the pavements
be made In accordance with the regulations of the act of
which this le n Supplement, and that the tame be exten
ded to the south tido of Washington street, from Montgo
mery street to Charles street, not to the month elide of Mit.
Ilia street, from Smith Street to St. Clair street.
Staten 4. And be It further enacted that the said act
be extended to the north FAO of Moore street, from the
corner of Charles street nt IVa.hington linehonan's, t o
the eastern end of the brick building belonging to IV. E.
Mellurtt le, nod th•nee beginning nt Bath street at cor
ner of Jane Woods, along sold street to the property of
James Higgins, the saute to bo paved in accordance with
the provision of aforo.mentioned act, and that the School
Directors ho authorized to either pave said north side of
Moore street, from Wm. Mcslurtrie's Erick :nulling to
corner of Bath street, or grade and gravel the emote.
SECTION 4. And belt further enacted, that the said prop•
arty or lot owners shall make their respective gutters cr
drains for drawing water of brick.
Serves 5. And be it further enacted, that the said gra
ding and paving bo commenced by the fleet day of July
A. in., ISG7, and if nny of bald lot owners shall refuse or
neglect to comply with the provisions of this ordinance
by the tired ninny of September, 1667. It shalt be the duty
of the High Constable to make report to writing forth•
with to the Chief Burgess, of nay and every such refusal
or neglect, and It shall be the duty of said Chlorliurgess,
upon such report being made, by advertisement in all the
Borough mars for two consecutive weeks, to make pro
posals, receive bids and allot work, for paving and grading
any and every such side walk on tits aforesaid streets,
between the points designated In the foregoing sections,
which shall by reason of refuril or neglect, remain mt.
paved, and the expense of such grading or pavMr. shall
be charged to the respective lot owners, the front ofwlioge
lot, each paving or grading may be ntude,to be recovered
with coat as ether debts by law &to recoverable.
Approved May 11th 1567,
Signed, HENRY GLAZIER.
R. MeNIURTRIE, Sang. Acting Chia Burgess.
Huntingdon, May 15-2 t
The Broad. 'Fop Railroad.
The controllers of this road have,
within the past six months, improved
it very much. All the old trestle have
been supercedod by new and splendid
materials, while many other - improve.
meats have been made. The Broad
Top Road is one of the safest in the
State: It has a less number of acci
dents recorded than any other line of
the same length reported, while the
care and attention of its officers to the
comforts of the traveling public speak
in the Most favorable terms. We do
not think that any ono will hesitate to
pronounce the most favorable opinion
of the substantial condition of the road
who will take the pains to inquire or
to investigate. We do not know of a
single accident which has resulted
from pure negligence of its employees
or the inefficiency of the material used
in its construction though it has been
in existence for ten years. The visi
tors to the Bedford Springs 'will find
this road perfectly safe and in a very
good condition.—Bedford Inquirer.
A Rich Treat
On Monday evening last we were
sent a large bowl of the most delicious
ice cream we ever tasted, by Col. Ed.
Summers, the gentlemanly and enter
prising proprietor of the Castilian Gar
den. It was made in his new freezer,
by which he is enabled to supply par
ties and families on short notice. His
Garden is now open, and we advise
everybody to go and try his splendid
ice cream and other luxuries.
IMAI r o aro surprised to see children
wearing shoes with raggefl boles at the
toes—wasting their parents' money,
and endangering their health, when
for a trifle more, shoes with copper or
the new and beautiful silvey Tips can
be had which never wear out at the
toes, thus preventing these two serious
evils.—N. Y. Post.
Good News for the Afflicted.
neW supply of Sanford's Corn An
nihilator for sale at Lewis' Book Storo.
Also, it fresh supply of MoEntyro's
Indian Compound, Dandelion Pills, and
Indian Vegetable Worm Destroyer.
Planting and Eating Potatoo
100 Bushels Prince Alberts just re•
&lived and for sale at Lewis' Family
Genuine Bologna Sausage.
A prime artichi for sato at howls
[ter Choice dried beef, sugar cured
and country hums, shoulder and flitch,
for sale at Lewis' Family Grocery.
Cash will be paid for good lard at
Lewis' Family Grocery. •
TAEA.FN ESS, BLINDNESS and CA
treated with the utmost [111.70,11, by .1.
ISAACS, M. 11.. Oculist nud Aurint, (formerly of Lefdon,
Iloilund,) No. 619 tine street, Phil idolphin.
ate from the most reliable punter. in the city at d c
try can ImPeon nt Ids office. The medical faculty are in•
vited to ItCCOIIII.IIY their patients, as ho lint no secrets
in his p actico. Artificial Eyes inserted without pails.—
No charge for examination.
• On .tho 2d day of May; by the :Rev
E. Hall, at the residence of the bride's
brother, Mr. HENRY P. DECKER of Iron
derson Twp., Hunt. Co., to Miss MA•
win C. CotivrocK, of Kankakee county,
On the 9th of May, at the M. E. Par-
Soilage, by Rev. R. E. Wilson, Mr. Wm.
Rims of Smithfield, to Miss LonmnA
WEsamooK of Runt' ngd on.
Sop, floe Flour of $9,50(410, extra at $10411.30,1. 1 7
extra ftntily $13( , P.14.50, and Pennsylvania family sl3a,
10,00. 0041ioney brandB $14,50(1,17,60 according to gum I ty
Rye flour V.1,50(4,i,6n i.
Primo Wheat le ficarce here. Choice red at $3,00@3,25
white $3,301;3,fi0. Jtyo at tt.1,70@i1,73. Corn 1,30 to 7,29
Orate at 75©000. Barley mitt at sl,bo.
Cloverseed $10,25(ii,12, according to quality; Timothy of
£ 3 . ,,, F43, 68 ; Flaxured V1,00(03,05 p,
Pirruounint, May 11,—Flour.--There is a fair 11.,1131 - 111.
WO quote sole.; Ot spring a heat Flour at $13,60403,76,
winter Flour at $1:3;,014, &m). at 5:4,500.:15.
Wheat. tr inter, 1,00(ef 2,10 and No. 1 spring V 2,8543 2 10,
Coro front first hand, at $1,05. Bye. $1,61 per bashed. Oats
13:,@tiGe; Barley $1,00@1,10. ellouldrrs 10e; sides 12 1 ...'r•
hams 11, 1 4,,:d fie, lard 12!4e.
1,50. Fla:Zree.lS, Timothy $3.
CittE.,oo Mae 11.—Moor Arm; :wing extra $10.0.18,00.
Winter, $12,504.1.11,60. Spring 11 brat is la $2,011; 2,
Corn Oat; GOO,
NEW Yottm, May 11,—(told dosed at $1,35',
CORRECTED WEEKLY ItY HENRY JvCO.
flops V IS 40 ® 60
Darn, smoked 14
I lay 'EI ton 10,00
Large Onione . 41 tone 1,06
Mixed (Thai. , 2 73
,Onions Seed V 'lt s
j Potatoes v tons tl,OO
Plaster per ton 10,00
Rags V lb a
Rye 1 0 0
Rye Chup 7el clot 2,50
Rye Straw V bandit.. 15
Shona?? cot 1,00
rat low 10 a, 12
\ Timothy 3.00
I Ina:eye 75 64 1,00
Wheat Red 3,00
Ili"lteut While '4,15
1114'001 V lb 45
1 , 1001.cm/a
Superfino Flour 11 hi 412,001
Extra Flour 11,00 ,
Applo hotter it ga110n...1.25
'hitter ......... ............ ...... no
Buckwheat • 4:0
Buckwheat Neal 11 ewt..3,50,
Bran cwt 1 . 50 J
Broonin don 3,00 rC44,50.
Beeswax 19 lb '3O
Brans ? but 3,00
Clovectteed 04 1b3.. ... .0,00
Country Soap 10
Corn Neal '0 cwt "
Dried Applceybt: ...... —2,00
Dried Chen les f 1 quart....l2
IJrictl Practice b 113..18 to 213
Feathers VI lb 00
WINDOW sir IDM AND
Tut LASIGEST BTaCH
Greatest wricly of new styles
een• brought to the county,
RECEIVeD AND POD SALE CLI2AP
AT LEWIS' ROOK STORE.
Proposals will be received up to the 15th day of HAY,
1. For building, by the rod, a stone fonts around a lot
of oboist two acres, said fence to be it foot 11330„8 feet wide
at bottom and 20 Inches at top—to be built In a substan
tial and workmanlike scanner. The foundation will be
prepared, stones furnished, end hands boarded. Moat
commence not later than Ist corium%
2. For building stonework of is stable, by t he porcL—
to be done boron, the Ist of July.
3. For the carpenter work of a stable, 30k1.0, and 10 ft.
high to care of roof, with floor In middle 18 foot wide, and
stalls for horses and cows on both Bides, with hay• mows
and overden above. Bidder will state price when belllnds
all the lumber, also when the lumber is found, duo tile
lake to work of it by the day.
4. For fornishing at a convenient mill or railroad sea
Lion, flour, feud, &c., for tho use of tho Orpho o
Bids 011181 ho by the hundred weight—Doer mug be good.
14 to 18 owt. I/11 required woolly. Itlds will be re
ceived up to the 2.01 h of each month for tho fottowiva
5. In like manner as in Item Ilk, bide for n supply of
600 to 090 IDs of becf, per week. Cash rates to So given
in earl. case
hi :i 4 l7 l3 :: U P SS a gc n i Ta l . :
THE undersigned would respectfully
anuounco that, iu connection with their TANN MY,
th e y Intro just opened u splendid tosortutuut of
Consisting in pert of ,
FRENCH CALF SKIN,
Together with n general assortment or
The trade Is Invited to call nnd etninino our clock,
Store on HILL street, two doors treat of the Perobytu
Hun church. .
I,igltebt price paid fur 111 DES and
C. H. M - ILLEIt & SON.
Huntluplon, may 1,1567
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE
Informs the public that he hoe just
opened at Itle tdd stand In the Diamond,
A File Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentleinen and Children.
All of which be will sell at fair prices. Quick sates amd
smell prqfil, Call and examine my clock.
3lntintneturing and Repairing done to order an minal.
illuntinwlon, May 1, 1:4.67.
p m GEO. SHAEFFER
- -Ilasjost returned from the east with /1.24*1
800 TS," SHOES, - GAITERS, tf7 ,
Which lie el Tore to the Inspection of hie eaßtonterg 11111 i
tile public generally. Ile will sell tit 9 Flock at the moot
and those who purchase once will surely cell again
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and REPAIIUNG done to the neatest and moot expedi
Call upon Mr. Schaeffer at his shop on MI street, a
few doors we.it of the Diamond. rny2
FOR THE HARVEST OF 1867
BUY THE GENUINE PRIZE MACHINE.
J 3 U CI( ET E
Mower and Reaper,
With Double-jointed Folding Bar
General Agent for _Huntingdon Co
Huntingdon, April 21.3 m
BELL'S MILLS, BLAIR COUNTY, PA.
r p i rTrm i g t g i 7o u r i 'L'll ff e o g r eding tho brat
Whole exiamee for Simmer term of 5 montlia $ll5 50.
ie , g- Ni) EXTRA CHARGES.
Next term begins May Mi. :quid for a circular.
liar. ofqt I.A.IS'SON. Principal.
Something New "?„
GLAZIER & BRO.
L.T.AvE just opened up on the come'
f IrASRINGTON awl SMITH Alrette, n 1112 W owl
COMPLME ASSORTMENT OF
Tha (juncos of linntinadon and vicinity are hereby
tendored i standing invitation In call and axamine our
Mock. Our si)11 will ever be, that uimpletn satlafaction,
both as regards gOOIIIIILIIti prieei; bo given to ovary pur
--- I chaser.
Huntingdon, 'March:3', 4807. tiI,AZIER 11110.
Can't Be Beaten !
Good Stock & Low Prices 1
JOAN 11. WEST BROOK Nb
Iteapectfully informs the citizens of linntingdon er.d
vicinity that ho'hasjust rrccivoil from the city a Now and
nploodia ntook of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks
Trunks, tt7c., &c., it
all of which lie le prepared to eel' et greatly reduced price
Don't forgot the old ',Med In the Diamond. Old mug
mere and the nubile generally are invited to call.
linntingdon, may 1, IEO7
Of all kinds, for salt. wholesale and retail at Lewis
Ca'n Family Grocery.
WaIST BLEACHED M U SL I N
way on band at
SOAPS AND CANDLES.
Washing and Toilet Soaps—tho bent kinds—for sate nt
LEWIS fk CO'S FAMILT GROCEnt
cIOUR PICKLES ready for the table
Ot)3 , t ho 5i!tt0Z.,407., or !, ,, t ; doz., for tale at
Lewis' Family (tracery.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Respectfully to the. public generally that they
have pet received a large and splendid stock of goods at
their ,Lora In Huntingdon, consisting in part of
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, TINWARE,
LADIES' FANCY TtaM.MINGS,
HOOP SKIRTS,BoNNnrs, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW W A R E,
QUEENS WARE, lIARDWARE,
Also, CARPETS and OIL-CLOTH,
And in fact everything that le usually kept iu a Anteing.;
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
purchasing elsewhere, feeling satisfied we can offer supe
rior Inducements to cash buyers.
We respectfully solicit the patr,mago of all, and tho
public are cordially Invited to examine cur goods.
Everything taken in exchange fur goods except proud
Huntingdon, np. 16,1667
NEW AND OHEAP GOODS
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER
WM. MARCH & BRO.
WM. MARCH it. 111:0
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M. GP.EENE has removed his
Music Store, to the second floor of Lelater's build
ing, where 1w keeps constantly on band STEINWAY &
SONS' nod GAEIILE'S Piano Manufacturing Company's
PIANOS, MASON & HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS and
CAIIII ART, NEEDIIAM & CO.S' hi ELODEONS; Guitars,
Violins, Fifes, Ftntes; Guitar awl Violin Strings.
MUSIC DOCKS—holden Clinin,Ooldon Shower, Golden
Censer. Gulden 'trio,
Sil rag USI C.—l Ie is constantly receiving from Phil.
aclelpllta all the latest music, Willett persons at a distance
wisbing.can order, - and have sent them by mall.
Also GROVER'& BAKER'S Celebrated SEWING MA
CHINES—the only machine that, to addition to every
him! of sewing, embroiders perfectly; sewing Silk aml
Cotton of all kinds and colors for machines.
-••••• • • • • •
Persons buying. Sowing Machines fully Instructed In
m me of them.
AV- Pianos and Organs Warranted fur five years.
Those wishing to buy any of the above articles are In
vited to call and examine mino berm . * purehasing else.
where My prices are the sumo as in New York and
Circulars of Instruments or Machines, sent promptly
upon application with any additional inthrimitiou desired.
11. M. (Intl:NH,
Hill street, iluntingtion, Pa.,
intiy6,'o7 Second floor of Leister's new brick building
The VICO of tho moo quality'reGoodo are
3r..m iC3 4I ENT3OII.
at the •
FIRST NATIONAL STORE ,
Than any other House in town.
11.75 - Gie us a call and be convinced.
llusbands,*conie and bring your WhTS,
For they're the cool fort of your live:,
And let your Judges be your eyed—
AT OUll CHEAP STORE.
The only Place to Get Good
CALICOES for Ten Cents a Yard
LO Packages Fresh MACK liltLl.Jost received.
ROHM & MILLER.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, &c.
AA 7 - P. :RUDOLPH. has just opened
, out in tho room opposite LeisteCB now building,
on the northeast corner of tho Diamond an entirely new
stock of the Went etylea of
LADIES' IRIMMINGS AND GENTS'
Which he offms to the public at moderate prices. Ito
has also au axsortment of spring styles of
HATS AND C.lI 17001' SKIRTS, NOTIONS, (CC.
The Milks are most cordially invited to rail and oxam
ine my stork of Trimmings. riAlars, Cuffs, Moves, to.
I solicit a share of puhl is patronage, and will use every
effort to render satisfaction to those who maylnvor mu
with a call. -W. P. RUDOLPH.
lluntlngdon, April 10, 1007.
It EMOVA L,
1M 1 ;LEY
Reveal . °ily inform _their old frimsds and tho pnhlic
generally that thoy lutes remored to the room adjoining
the Post 0111, on I fill street. where they hero received a
now stock of the most farhionablo and I...mice:lble
Which they nre prep:trill to make up to order in the
1110,1tIlionatde and eubetenthil order.
Cell :old exionhie their esiort Fount of goods for
COATS, VESTS AND PANTS,
Buforo pnrrl t iug elauwherO. Thoy aro dutorminod to
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS,
A LARGE STOCK
Window Curtain Papers,
LEWIS' 1300 K STORE
A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH- LIKENESS,
DONNELL & KLINE'S
On Hilt Street, two doors west of
Lewis' Book Store. $
CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS
ihmtivion, ocr 1 0 '65-if.
ECONOMY . IS MONEY SAVED !
The subscriber is permanently located. in Huntingdon,
rXand is prepared to purehitee, or repair in the's
bent style, mind expeahtionsly , broken
11,11.1MELL.4S ..I IVII P.:IILISOLS.
All articles intrusted to hint will ho returned to the
residence of the owner Ili soon as repaired. Umbrellas
and pardsols for repair ran bo left nt Lewis' Book store.
may2,lSlaitf WM. FENTINIAN.
THOMAS N. COLDER
The endereittec.l having new entered into the
t .- otlexateltia Brewery, the public aro informed
•ril.'. ho'll be prepared at all timer, to MI
'-- -, that WI .
i - :. * adhere on the tdrorteast nolZ s.
--, 7,.... 1 ,
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AlexuUdri®, 00. 2:3. 18007tf.
All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for
Goode at Lewis' Family Grocery.
rife,' COUNTRY DEALERS call
boy CLOTHING from me in iluntimplon at
WLIOLZULE ea cheap as they ran in the
Inas, as 7 have a wholesale atm In Philadelphia.
AGENTS WANTED FOR .
GENERAL L. O. BAKER'S..
History of the SECRET SERVICE.
This work was announced more than a year ago, but
owing to the attempt» of the Government to eapprege it,
its publication was delayed. It will now ho isms d,
ALYRRED and UNABRIDGED, UNDER the SUPERYI•
SION of GENERAL BARER. These marvelous a.m.
tines are all attoated by the hlgheret °Male! authority.
The MORALS of the National Capital are THOROUGH
LY VENTILATED, and [hove aro some STRANGE REV
ELATIONS concerning 'MAUS 06' DEDAItT3IENTS,
Member» of Congress, FEMALE PARDON BRO
ICERS, and distinguished military characters.
Pend for Circulate and see our terms, and a full de.
ocription of the work. Addrese P. GARRETT A CO.;
702 Chestnut St., PhlludelphiA, PA
May 1 Im
11.414:Z520 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA.'
SILVER AND SILVER-PLATED WARE
Late Powell's Embrocation,
For all Diseases Incident to HORSES,
CATTLE, and the HUMAN FLESH,
Requiring the use of an External
This new Cempound, prepared by a practical Chemist
havinga fall knowledge of all the medical virtues of each
Ingredient that enters into its coMpooltiou, is warranted
to exceed upything of the hind ever yet offered to the
Public as an external 'applieation for the diseases for
which is Is rec ~,mended. We are satisfied that It will
work Its own rood into the confidence of all who nee It,
and those who try it once will never ho without It, and
therefore we rely Ott experience as the best test alto Woe
fulness. It is pronounced by Furriers, and all who have
tiled it to ho the best application overused. This Enn
brocation has been put up for over eight years, and it is
only through the Fncreasing demand and argent request
of nor friends and tho Public that I send it forth as the
grand remedial agent for the various disease., to which
that noble unit useful animal, the horse, is subject
Many remedies have been offered to the Public under
different forme, some of these are injuriOus, others at best
of little use, and many wholly Improper to anewer the
urpeses for which they are recommended.
A judicious and really Useful composition, free from
those objections, hots therefore long been desired by ninny
gentlemen who Intro valuable horses, and are unwilling
to trust them to the care of designing and - pretended
Farriers. 'flair wishes are at length fully gratified, by
Dr. - Poole being prevailed upon to allow this valuable
Embrocation (which has proved so efficacious to the vari
ous diseases) to be prepared and brought oat to the pub
Tide Embrocation was extensively used by the Govern
ment during the war.
Address all Orders to Pr EDMOND BEALE,
GO2 South Second Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
For sale at Lewis' Book Store, and by Store keeper's
generally. may 1, 'o7—Om.
LATEST FASHIONS DEMAND.
J. W. Bradley's Celebrated Patent
or Double Spring,
The wonderful Flexibility and great comfort and plea
sure to any lady wearing , the Duplex Elliptic Skirt .wlll
be experienced particularly in all crowded assemblies,
operas, carriages, railroad Card. church pews, arm chairs,
for promenade and housedress, as the skirt can be folded
when in' use to occupy a small place as molly and coma
n'cntly as u silk or nnislin dress, on invaluable quality
In crinoline, not found In any single spring skirt.
A lady having enjoyed the ploasul o. comfort, and great
convenience of wearing the duplex elliptic stool spring
skirt for a single day, will never afterwards willingly dis
pense with their use. For children, Misses and young In
dies they ore supertut to all 'others.
They will not bend or break like the single oprlng.but
will preserve their perfect and graceful shape when three
or fottrordinary skirts will hove boon thrown aside its
useless. The hoops tire covered with cobble and twisted
thread, end thu bottom rods nro not only double springs,
but twico (or double) covered; preventing - them from
wearing out when dragging down stoops, stairs, he.
The Vuplex Elliptic is a greet favorite with 11111w:ilea
anti is tiuiveroally recoumended by the Fashion bingo
7.itlea as iho standard shirt of the fashionable world,
. . .
To enjoy the f llouing itiestitimble advantages in can.
aline, viz: superior quality, perfect manufacture, stylish
shape and finish, flexibility, durability, comfort and econ..
only, enquire for J. W. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic, or dou
ble spring skirt, and be sure you got the genuine article.
CA UTION , —To gourd against imposition Do particular
to notice that skirts offered as "Duplex" bare the red ink
stamp, viz: 'J. W. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Springs'
upon the waist hand—nono others aro genuine. Also
notice that every hoop will admit a pin being passed'
through the centre, thus revealing the two (or doublo)
springs braid:d together therein, which is the secret of
their flexibility and strength, and a combination not to
be tumid in nay other spring.
For sals In nil stores whero ❑rat class skirts aro sold
thruegholit the Milted States mid elsewhere.
Manufeeturcd by the euldowneres oftbe patent t.
WESTS, BRADLEY & CARS,
innyl-3m] 97 Chambete and 70 & SI Rea& Ste., N. Y
SAVES TIME; •
SAVES LABOR , •
. SAVES CLOTHES,.
SAVES WOME;) , T,
AND ALL GROCERS SELL IT.
It is - used by cutting into small shavings and dissolving
in hot water, then soak the dollies Ilva to ten minutes,
and a. little .hand rubbing will make them as clean as
hon. of hard machine rubbing would do, with ordinary.
snap, and the moat delicate fabric receive no iniurY. We
can refer to thousands of fanillies who are using It, and
who could not bo persuaded to do without
Sold by all LEADING GROCERS
THROUGHOUT THE STATE.
107 SOUTH FIFTH. , STREET,
Hilliest Price Paid for Prime Tallow.
.IF4-For sale nt LIMIS' Family Grolery,
Oct. lb, '65-Gbi.2p
PROPERTYAT PRIVATE SALE
5,000 new and second-hand TRAM-HARNESS.
IO,OOO,RItIDLES and COLLARS.
3,000 SADDLES, all styles—ASO to ts.
:N) Your Horse Government WAGONS.
2,000 IVAGON COVERS. all Macs, now and worn
1,,000 ISLA ER EiS and HORSE COVERS
Also, a large stock of Ruins, Lead Lines, Whips, Bug
gy and Ambulance Harness. Portable Forges, Chains,.
Swingletrees, Lead Dare, ale., otc.-
Wheel teatn harness, littlo worn. all oak tanned loath.
er and serviceable, cleaned and olletl.ss per horse or mule,
including bridle. Lead Wagon bridles. $l, col.
late, $1 to $1; extra hair lined artillery cane do., $2,10 to 3
Double Reins, 1,70 to $2,25. Lead Lines,' $1 flatters,
6to $l2 per dozen. &fleets' now Saddles, $18; with pla
ted bit Bridle, s2t; good as new, $l2, with bridle, $B4;
valise Saddles for bays, $6.
Wagon Covers, mod° to fit any Wagon, heavy linen, 3
to $6; superior cotton duck, 6to $4. 12 or.. duck, oio $l2
1,000 hospital toots, new and good no new, 12 oz. duck,
10 feet square, 30 to $4O.
Officers' A teat, 7 feet square, from 6 to $4.
10,000 ttAUS, from 12 oz. Duck, 'drat quality, 2 bushel,
$9; *.;,: bus. $111; 3 bus., $ll, per dozen; second quality,
$l,lO, $4,60 nod $3,50.
.flit Small orders not by Express. C. O. D.
PITKIN & CO.,
No. 337 k 339 Nth FRONT St., PHILAVA,
No. 9, Park Place, NNW YORK,
Nu. 483, NINTH Street, W'ASIIINOTON, C.
99ice-lba orot oil application . ,
LUMBER SOLD ON COMMISSION.
S. E. HENRY & CO.,
Are receiving all k Inds of LUMBER, comprising .all the
different grades of
JOINT AND LAP SHINGLES,
RAILING, fic., Ac., &
Which will be sold at prices at the nallh with freight a
ded. no 7
TO THE LADIES
The best nssorttnent of
.hod recei veil thi, &Ay from Now York end tarsals et the
chenp cm% et ere of • 'M MICR & 11110.
A splendid nanoriment of
DAN - ES' DRESS GOODS,
FANCY TRIMMINGS AND BITTTONS
Juot received this dny from New York and for sole epenp
at rmay7l 71A11011 & BRO.
WHOLESALE' 8e RE'rAiL
Foreign and Domestio
The attention• of
MECHANICS, FARMERS, BUILDERS,
mt buyers generally, la Invited to the fact that we ate
now offering a BETTER ASSORTMENT of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &C. 9
than can be found elsewhere In this pert of the. State, at
prices to suit thatimes. Our stork comprises all artteles
in this Rae of business, embracing a general assortment'
of TOOLS and MATERIALS used by CARPENTERS,
BLACKSMITHS, CARRIAGE and WAGON MAKERS
JOINERS, Sc., Sc,, together with te large stock of
iron, Steel, Nails, Spikes, Railrogd and
Mining Supplies, Saddlery, Rope r
Chains, 'Grindstones, Cirular,'
Mill and cross-Out Satas,
and Plain Hol
Ooal Oil Lamps and _Lanterns,
bit and Powder Cans:
C.:1 1- 1.1.tioarry,
KNIVES, FORKS, DESSERT, . TEA
AND TABLE SPOONS, SGT.-:,,
ORS, RAZORS, &O.
BRITTANIA & SILVER PLATED WARE:
Household, •Horticultural inittlarm
Of the latest and ?nest improved patterns,.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND POlt SALE
AT MANUFACTURERS PRICES:.
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS
Will Sind a general ansortment of materlas fbr thelr
consisting In part of
Carriage Trinimings,2 Hubs, Spokes„,
Axles; Springs, Nuts, - Bolts,
tent and eniiinelled.Leathii;
Whips, Tongues, Soo- '
kets, Shaft; &c.
Can be 'applied with •
ANVILS, BELLOWS, V.IC,'II I S-,.
S LEDGES, HAMMERS,
HORSE! AND MULE SHOES,
Horse Nails, and all kinds of Iron& teal
Will Hod Ir our eutabliebumit o superior Stink of
SASH-CORDS, &C., &C.
MINING AND-MINERS' GOODS.
NAILS and SPIKES, of all varieties
BLASTING POWDER, maxi,
c SAL PICKS AND SHOVELS.
Can be accommodated with everything in their line front
a Grain Separator to a Whet-atone,
Ate especully iovited to coil and exAmlnoour 'stook or
and compare our prices with others.
Cempricittithe ta.n.itte , Hueeall
Reaper; Mower, and Dropper,,combined,
Rundell% First Premium HORSE PITCHIORRi •
Hoes, • . ; • . • •
Trace and Halter Chainr, ,
Breaat Chalon, • -
Corr Ties, -
Among thi, specialtlea of our How" *clear° to call
attention to the eolebrated
Tito exclusive right to sell which Is vested to us. Band tot
aclrcular and got full particulars of, Same, and unify
yourself ails supOrior. Oolitic& •
, :Rake of all slnen and doelorlptlono, Including
Tea and Counter ,&ales,
Grocers' and bruggists' Scales,
Rolling Mill, Wheelbarrow, Pork, Port
able, Hopper, Miners and• Trans
portation, Hay, Cattle and
Coal Scales, . •
FURNISHED AT MANUFACTURERS'
The largest and best assortment of
GLASS, PAINTS, OIL.& PUTTY,
Ever offered la this piaci)
A GREAT VARIETY OF
COOK & PARLOR STOVES.
ALL SIZES OF
NAILS AND BEADS)
By the keg. Very low!
Best Norway nail, rod, bar an hoop trod.
STEEL, of all sizes and deseriptiOhti,
WAGON , BOEB,
CARRIAGE SPRINGS, •
IRON AND BASS WIRE
Lard, Lubricating and. Coal Oil,
By the barrel or gallon, at very low figure/
tifif . A call is raipowally aopcilad, feeling conft
_don't that our goods out prices will not foil to
pleas a —LTA
'WHARTON & MAGUIRE.
Huntingdon, May 7, 1667.