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Wednesday morning, June 26, 1867.
LOCAL, & PERSONAL
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Mew Advertisements in this Issue.
s - E- Ste opposilt pope. 4i41
Wanted, • good Tanner, by C. li. Mil ler & Bon
Auditor'a Notix—Estate of Mattblaa Saylor.
Goale by canal and railroad at lienry
Notice to debtors. Spear a Naturtria.
—Tbe Juniata county Poor Iloue•
farm was sold for 510,050.
—Blair county is to have a now jail.
By the way, a much needed improve
ment in these quarters.
—We received a basket of very fine
strawberries from Mr. Theodore H.
Cramer. He has our thanks.
—Comfortable: to be free from party
harness; you can tbiok and act as you
please. Liberty is sweet.
—Another itinerant organ-grinder
was around on Monday grinding out
a variety of airs. He met with poor
—A grey eagle was shot near the
village of Fostoria, Blair county, re
cently, which measured seven feet
from tip to tip of wings.
—Warming : the politicians of
the county. But they don't under
:stand why it is that tho mass of voters
have "nothing to say."
—At its zenith : the fight between
the Monitor and Journal do American of
this place. The little dogs laugh to
Bee the sport, but all forgot the Moral.
—A full attendance of the members
of Standing Stone Division, S. of T.,
is requested on Friday evening next,
as important business is to be transac
—The Odd Fellows and Rod Mon
have both fitted up neat apartments
in the upper rooms of Leister's new
building, and are holding meetings in
—A woman got off the Accommoda
tion train at Mill Creek on Friday eve
ning, and carried a baby to the Mill
Creek' Hotel, where she left it to be
cared for by the good people of that
—The whole amount of stock requi•
red to build the Johnstown Water
Works, $lOO,OOO, has been subscribed.
We are very much afraid wo will have
to wait until the Juniata runs dry be
fore our people do likowise.
—The strawberry culturists in this
section are reaping no%mall profits for
their cure in supplying the peoplo with
this luscious fruit. Tho abundance of
the berry this season has partially
supplied the lack of cherries.
—Our newly married friend Kenzie
A. Lovell has returned from a month's
wedding tour to the Falls of Niagara,
etc. Ile looks well, and we hope he
and lady may long live and enjoy the
blessings of marriage and good health.
—There aro only six cornet bands to
be in attendance at the Altoona dedi
cation. Music has charms to soothe,
, and draw a big crowd, etc. It is
to he hoped that the Huntingdon Cor
net will not be thrown in the shade.
—Only twenty-four rats were caught
inside of three days (or rather inside a
steel trap) in the cellar of the First
National Store across the way. Many
of our people are complaining :of the
frequent depredations of thesu ugly
—We learn that our young friend
Al. C. Snyder, who we believe is now
a telegraph operator at New Orleans,
was married to a Miss Lizzie Nelson,
of Memphis, Tenn. We hope ho and
Lis Southern bride may have a happy
and prosperous time of it.
—The pupils of the Huntingdon
Academy, numbering about forty, un
der the tutorship of Professor Wyeth,
were examined on Friday last. We
understand the examination was high
ly creditable to both sholars and tea.
cher. The school has closed until the
26th of August.
—The first boquet of the season was
received by the Sr. from Miss Lizzie
Norris, of*Penn township. She will
please accept our thanks. The Jrs. of
the fraternity also acknowledge the
receipt of a couple of beautiful boquets
from a trio of Misses of this place. The
fair donors will please accept thanks.
—The firm of Summers and McGill,
bakers, having dissolved by mutual
.consent, Mr. McGill has opened out a
bakery on the corner of Mifflin and
Smith streets, opposite the jail, and is
prepared to furnish pies, cakes, bread,
&c., to purchasers, in large or small
,quantities. Give him a trial.
horse which was stolen from
Mr. George W. Zion, who keeps a liv
ery stable at Newport, was identified
at the Mount Union Hotel on Thurs
day, where it had been taken by a
young man, who said ho was from Mif
ilinhurg. Ho left the town before he
could be arrested.
—Stakes indicating the Width of
pavements have been put down on all
the principal unpaved thoroughfares
in our borough. This shows that our
Councilmen have a mind to carry out
in practice all that they profess. This
is all right; but why don't the Secre
tary take a little time to furnish the
papers with a copy of the proceedings?
lie would come in for a share of our
thanks as well as the rest.
—ln noting "improvements" in the
borough, we forgot to mention that
"Little Johnny Swoope" has opened
out a refreshment saloon in the shed to
the rear of Mr. I'. C. Swoop's dwell
ing on Bath street. Judging from the
crowd of boys that .roved his door at
certain times, he must he doing a
rushing business in the pin trade. Ile
has a clear track for picking up all of
young America's loose change.
The Huntingdon Silver Cornet Band
intend holding a Strawberry and Ice
Cream Festival at the Castilian Gar
den en Friday evening next. Our citi
zens know that the Band has boon to
some expense in purchasing their sil
ver instruments, for teaching, music,
Etc., and aro in debt. The object of the
coming Festival on Friday evening is
to raise sufficient money to liquidate
their debts, and we have no doubt onr
music•loving citizens will extend their
liberality to this worthy organization.
Let those give who never gave before
and those who did give only give the
more, and the thanks of "ye excelsior
band" will be bestowed upon each and
all in their usual generous way. We
deem it needless to urge our town peo
ple to contribute to this cause, as the
numerous free benefits which they re
ceive should cause them not to forget
the Band, but our country people are
also invited to attend the Festival and
patronize the Huntingdon Silver Cor
net—the pride of Huntingdon county.
The price of admission into the Gar
den is 15 cents.
We learn front the Erio Dispatch
that many places are talkitig of erect
ing monuments to the memory of those
of their citizens who fell during the
late war. One of the most senaible
plans is that adopted by the town of
Lancaster, Mass. It proposes a build
ing which shall be called Memorial
Hall, and which shall also servo as a
town hall; library, &e. On the centre
of the rear wall, opposite the entrance,
in the principal apartment,rnarble tab
lets will contain the names of all citi
zens of the town who have fallen in
war, with suitable commemorative in•
scriptions. Rooms are also to be furn
ished as reading and committee rooms
and thus while the building will servo
as an admirable monument to perpetu
ate the memory of the patriotic) mar—
tyrs, it will, at the same time, be of
great advantage to the
If there is any spot on earth that
should be made to look beautiful, it is
the City of the Dead, where the re
mains of those we love are interred.—
While individuals do what they can in
ornamenting and beautifying the
graves of departed friends, it is equal
ly well that those in charge of the
the grounds should do what they can
to improve and adorn the public parts
of it. We learn that there is about
$lBOO in the Cemetery Fund, which
has been realized from the sale of the
lots in the new addition to tho grounds.
Could not a portion of the same ho ap
plied at once to making walks in the
same, and beautifying it generally.—
At least, could not a better gate be
made—ono that would admit of ladies
passing in and out without so much
unnecessary climbing 1 Will those in
authority please attend to this at onoe.
A certain man hit his too against a
pebble and fell headlong to tho ground.
Ho was vexed, and, under the influ
ence of anger and selfsufficiency, he
nursed mother earth right saucily.
With imperturbable gravity lie looked
to see the earth itself dissolve and
come to . naught. But the earth re
mained ; and only his poor too was in
jured in the encounter. This is the
way of man. An article in the news
paper touches him in a weak spot and
straightway be sends to stop his pa
per. With great self•coniplacency he
looks to see the crash, when the object
of his spleen shall cease to be. Poor fool!
he has only hit his own too against
a world that does not perceptibly feel
the shock, and injures to that, extent
none but himself.
The Festival given by the Methodist
Mite Society at the Castilian Garden,
on Wednesday night last, was a splen
did affair, and we learn that about
$2OO were realized. The object was
worthy of success, and we are glad that
it has received it. The proceeds are
to bo applied to defraying the expen
ses of enlarging and furnishing the
parsonage, which is now being com
pleted. Tho intention is to get blinds
for the church windows as soon as
practicable. The managers and Socie
ty return thanks to Col. Summers for
the free use of the Garden on that
The State Agricultural Exhibition,
Messrs. Hamilton, of Dauphin;
Kapp, of Northumberland, and Way,
of Allegheny, a committee of the State
Agricultural Society for that purpose
have fixed the location for holding its
next exhibition at Pittsburgh, com
mencing on Tuesday, Sept. 24. The
grounds in that city aro spacious, very
complete and convenient of access.—
The competition was lively between
the east and west, but Pittsburg;hav—
ing complied with the terms submit
ted by the committee it was decided
that the claims of the west were para
—The Johnstown Tribune says:—
We learn that our townsman, Mr. W.
H. Hosenstoel, has rented the large
tannery at Mapleton, Huntingdon co.,
owned by Mr. A. H. Bauman. Mr.
flosenateel has been for many years
the foreman of Mr. James P. It'Con-
Rugby's steam tannery in this place,
and has conduoted tho mechanical ope
rations of that establishment with
/10'"A beautiful Bible io to ho voted
for at the Festival on Friday evening
next, to bo presented to the minister
in the townair county receiving the
highest number of votes.
A fearful accident occurred on the
railroad crossing near Henry & Co's
store, yesterday (Monday; afternoon,
in which Mr. Simon Coulter was con.
siderably injured about tho face, and
the hind end of a wagon badly broken
up. The following are the particulars:
Mr. Coulter was on the northern side
of the track, waiting for a westward
bound freight train to pass; this it did,
when Mr. C. started ahead with his
wagon, but ho had just got on the
eastward track when he saw the Cin
cinnati Express coming down with
usual rapid speed, not more than fifty
foot from him. Seeing his imminent
danger, ho lashed the mule, which
bounded forward with such a jump
that it got clear of the harness and
dragged Mr. Coulter, by the lines,
clear over the front of the wagon, and
ho fell on his face, knocking him in.
sensible. The hind end of the wagon,
in the meantime, was caught by the
cow-catcher of the locomotive and
twirled against the side of Henry &
Co's store, mashing the side and break
ing the wagon, which belongs to the
same firm. So close was danger that
if Mr. Coulter had not whipped the
mule at the timo ho did, both he and
the animal would have been killed,
but as it is, the mule was not hurt and
Mr. Coulter is recovet;ing from his inju
Ea — Major Johnston, of the firm of
Johnston S.; IVattson has just returned
from the eastern cities, whore he has
purchased a largo and handsome stock
of all kinds of Summer Goods. The
Major says that all kinds of goods are
much cheaper, and requests all of the
readers of the 'Globe, to call and exam.
ino their largo stock of goods before
purchasing elsewhere. t
titeL.Man, Monkeys, and Gorillas;
Hon. S. P. Chase; Edward Carswell;
Madame Le Vert; Mrs. 11. B. Stowe;
Rev. Mr. Spurgeon; Rev. Dre. Armi
tage, Williams, Westeott, Eaton, Sears,
Fuller, Dowling, Smith, Turnbull, and
Rev. Sidney A. Corey, H. M. Galla
her, and W. H. Pendleton; Eloquence
—its Diversity; The Woman of tho
North and the Woman of the South;
Domestic Arithmetic, or Striking an
Average, by Mrs. Wyllie; Crushed
Flowers; A Little Prince of Wales,
with likeness; Quaker Courtship;Phreu•
ological Theory of Man's Organization;
Studies in Physiognomy; The Spirit of
the Ago; American Oratory; Monsieur
Tonson, beautifully illustrated with
thirteen original designs; Origin of
Vogotablo Life; Montoyy; Temperament
and Marriago;Delineation of Character;
Extinction of Faculties; Fascination
and Psychology,in July number Phren
ological Journal; 30 cents, or $3 a year.
Now vol. S. R. Wells, 380 Broadway,
N ew iork. •
.fter The Little Corporal for July, be
ing the first number of a now volume,
contains a beautiful Temperance Sto.
ry entitled "Madge, or the Broken
Wino Cup," by Mrs. Julia M. Thayer;
"Pictures in the Fire," by Olive C.
Ferris; "The Little Missionary ;" "The
Fisher Boy," by Felicia H. Ross ; "A
Letter," by Mrs. Frances D. Gage ;
"Two Tears," by Faith Lattimer;
"Camp Bruce, a sequel to two Boar's
Den," by Emily Huntington Miller;
"Science for Children," by Prof Hook
er ; articles from Lucia Chase Bell,
Mrs. Bugbee, Mrs. Julia C. R. Dorr,
Luella Clark, Una Locke, and others.
Music by G. F. Root; Private Queer's
Knapsack, with Picture Stories; aria]
table of contents.
Mrs. Emily Huntington Miller is to
be associate editor after this month.
Terms of The Liulo Corporal $l.OO
Address ALFRED L. SswELL,
Publisher, Chicago, 111.
Der The Base Ball season has again
opened, and wo may expect soon to
have the exciting times of last sum
mer repeated. The "Socials" and
"Spartans" have united under the
name of "Social," and being now mem
bers of the National Association, will
play according to its rules, and will be
glad to receive challenges from any of
our neighboring clubs. The practice
days are Tuesday and Thursday even
ings, and Saturday afternoons. At n
meeting held last Saturday the follow
ing officers were elected : President,
Thomas C. Fisher; Vice President, J.
Cunningham; Treasarer, W. IL Smith;
Secretary, J. S. Blair.
—The Bedford county Democracy
have nominated the following county
ticket: District Attorney, E P. Kerr,
of Bedford ; Treasurer, Isaac Mengel,
of Bedford; County Commissioner, Po.
tor M. Barton, of East Provideriee;
Poor Director, John 1. Noble, of South
Woodberry, and Auditor, Samuel
Whip, of Cumberland Valley.
Ea—Another lot, of choice table pota
toes, Sugar Cured Hams and "Dried
Beef just received at Lewis' Family
PHILADELPHIA, JIIIIO 6667
Fssperli no Floor at .55,50ra:11,00, extract i. 9610, 6, fancy
extra family ~:10,t.n0012, xnd Pennsylsonin family WOO
1.3,00. and fancy brands $14,0U03.17,00 arconling to go:slily.
Eye Hour $7.76.
Prime Wheat io eoarre horn: CllOlO. red at j'.1.0002.60
Isite 62,000a3,00. nye n 1 $1,40,11,60. Cons 1,00 to lani
Oats at SOc. Barley malt nt $1,50. . .
CloYerseed $10.23cii;12, accordint to onality; Timothy at
$3.25(0,50; Flax,ed $10000,03 per bushel.
P/TTOMMOir, June 22 —Holm—There iv n fair demand.
Wo toot° sales of spring wheat Floor at $11,25@11,75,
winter Flour at $130114, fancy at s:7 ' talvalS..
'Wheat, wiuter.s2.23(in2,3o and No. 1 5iring12,1,firstname.lastname@example.org,
Corn front first hands at $1,00..115e $1,23 pr i l,,,d,el. O a ts
6;:(01-1e; Barley $1,00(61,10. l' , lnalders 10c; tides 12 r;
loons 1247114 e, laird 121.. e. Potatoes, $1.23.
Cloveraeed, $11,50. Flaxseed $3, Timothy $3.
Cii leitoo'.lnno 22.—F100r firm; sprin. , extra F 12,506611.
Winter, $13,50010.00. Spring Wheat in at $2,03eA05.
Corn 83cts. Oats, 02cis.
figii Toms June elosed nt sl,3g.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY HENRY 4 CO
;liops 11 lb 40 (41 60
ifom, emoked 14
Hoy Itl too ' ' 10,00
Lari,, , e Champs El hue....... 1,00
Mixed Chop 2,60
Potatoes i 3 hos $1,..:5
Meter per ton . 10,00
Roza' lh 5
Rye Chop cwt.., ......... 2,75
Rye Sirtol ,, s boodle. 15
.iliorle 7 elewt 1,73
, Shlen 12
1 Callow 10 (51 15
Turkeys 75 li4 1,50
Wheat Red...... ........ . ... 2,00
Wheat White ^"0
Wool7rl lb 45
Superfino Flour ? h 1 .$lO,OO ,
Kstre Flour 12,60:
Family Flour 13,00
Apple' Butter ? gallon —1.25
Barley 1 00
Buckwheat t 90
IDiekwliedt Meal 711 civt..3,50
Bran id 0311 1,76
Broom® ? doz 3,00qi400
Beeswax.? fo 30
Beane iil 11111 . ' 3.00
Clovereceillt tit 1b5.....-7,00
Chickenl " 5
Country Seep 10
Corn ' . 51 i 11 5!
Corn Meal 'fi etrt . .^l.O
Dried Apples Vhil ..... . —2,01
Dried Cliercie6 il iluart..-12
Dried Peaches? 15-15 to '2O
Dried Beef "81
Eggs 15 i
Feathers ? lb 00
DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS and CA
TARRH treated with. the utmost success, by J.
l.at AC'S, M. D.. Oculist and Aurist, (formerly of Leyden,
Lfolhand,) No. 510 Pine street. Philadelphia. Testimoni
als from the most tellable solaces in the city af.d coun
try can be soon at his office. The medical faculty aro in
vital to accompany their patients, an ho ban no secrets
in Ills p notice. Artificial Eyes inserted without pain.—
No chap for examination.
At tho residence of the bride's pa
routs, Juno 20th., by Roy. S. A Grove•
ling, Mr. E. B. iIARENCAME, of Hill
Valley, to Miss S. KATE SHAFFER, Of
the same place.
At the Washington Hotel, on the
19th inst., by Rev. R. B. Wilson, Mr.
SAMUEL It PIERCE, of Springfield, Pa.,
to Miss CHARLOTTE M. GARDNER, of
Spruce Creek, Huntingdon County.
4 IJMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE.
..[Estato of James Watson, deed.]
Letters oT administration upon the estato of James
Watson, deceased, lots of Jackson township, having been
granted to the undersigned, all persons indebted to the
estate will motto payment, and those having claims will
present them for settlement.
may 22, 1567-ft. Atiministratrix.
WIC:IOIVIO36 7 '
ECONOMY IS MONEY SAVED !
The subscriber Is permanently located in Huntingdon,
?<and Is prepared to purchase, orrepair In theX
best style, and expeditiously, broken
UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS.
AU articles intrusted to hint will be returned to the
residence of the owner as soon as repaired. Umbrellas
and parasols for repair can be left at his residence On St.
Clair street near Benedict's.
may2,lbUtitt 1111. FBNTI3IAN.
Authorized WAR CLAIM:AGENCY
SOLDIERS' HEIRS, ATTENTION I
The act of Congress approved March 2, 1807, gives to
Moles of Soldiers who 111,1 prisonirs of war,
COMM UTATION FOR RATIONS,
for the time the soldier was so held a prisoner, at the
rodeo( twenty-five cents porday, to ho paid fa the follow
ing order: Ist. To the widow, if ninnarried ; 2d. To the
children • 3d. To the parents. to both Jointly if they ore
living, i f either fa dead, to the survivor; 4th. To the bro.
The act of February '28,1867, provides for tho rotund
trig of tho $3OO Commutation Slonsy, whore the sane per
son was again drafted, and Won roluired to inter the aer
vice or furnish n eubstittite.
This net of March 2, DUD, also makes provisions for tho
payment of tho
$lOO ADDITIONAL :MINTY
to such soldiers as have accidentally lost their dischar
All persons having any claims tinder any of the above
montimmd Acts, or any other kind of claim against tho
United States or State Governments, can Into them
promptly collected, by addressing the ucderelgned. In•
formation and advice cheerfully given to soldiers or their
friends, free of charge.
IV. if. WOODS
Authorized Army and Nary /11l ' , Claim Agent.,
mny29,1807 li incrisopoN, Illintiugdon co., l'a.
RECEIPTS k EXPENDITURES
of IR ruimi Township Poorly fund for 1004-5:
To nmount raised by tax. $ 8,430 69
subscription. 2,022 04
lly 25 men enlisted nt tbo following rates:
9 men nt $3OO each, $ 2,700 00
9 0 400 " 1,600 00
2 " 500 " 1,000 00
1 " 405 405 00
4 0 413 ° 1,000 00
Expenses incurred cosh:Ming. he., . 00 23
Intorcst on money borrowed by township, 404 40
$10.133 G 3
We the undersigned Auditors of Rarree township. har
ing tottiiiite.l lie aloire neeouut.do and it Jost and true
to the beat of our knowledge nod belief.
1;IIIITSTi A : 1 PETRIITAL,
JAMES M. STE:WART.
June 12431 pa' , Auditors.
(Estate of Benjamin Figart, , lec'll.l
Tho undersigned Auditor, appointed to distrihuto the
linlatieu In the bands of Caroline C. Figart and William
Burbank. Execatio, of Benjamin Fignrt, deed., will at
tend to the duties of his appointment, at tho office of
MeMurtrie, on FRIDAY, the 19th day of,lllf,V,
1W?, at In o'clock, A M., when and where all parties in•
torrsted will present their claims, or Lo (brava . debarred
from coining In for a sharo of said fond.
It. MILTON 111.11 ER,
flout ingdon, Juno 11, 1917. Auditor.
T.) ECIEIPTS EXPENDITURES
ja m ( HENDERSON township ElectiociDittfict Bounty
Fund fur 1504.
To amount of no levi•d , 52561 19
Amount of tax received, $l7ll 19
Money due 11 . .1 Collectors, 710 60
Money on hands, 119 40
By enlisting 10 men at iho rate of •
$1,25 each, 5260 00
Expenses for recruiting, 65 00
IntereA on moray borrowed, DO 19 52561 19
Amount unpaid, V5O OU.
We, Oro Auditor. of Ifenderson townthip, do certify
that we tiara 0:1.1illed 010 above Bondy account, and
find it to Ito correct
JOIN A. SHULTZ
rionaerson Township, Junolo. 1 Auditors.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
JOSEPH MARCH & BRO.,
COFFEE RUN, .PENN'A
Tl,al,cribers 'lava rvccivol a not and completo as
mated block of
DriW @ 0
Including a large and Tar led It:M.)1110ra of LADIES.
DRESS 1.100118, of tho latest styles oat fAshions. Also'
BOOTS AND SIDES,
FISH, SA,T, BACON,
and all other articles usually kept ins well conducted
More, nil of wilielt urn offered as cheap 0 at sty other
tobliehmout in thin SOCA of country.!
Country Produce taken in exchange 4. goods
Thankful for former patronage, we . ereby extend en
invitetion to our Trough Creek friend nod Om politic
generally for a renewal of the .1.11111, prtlislng by a close
nttenticn [o blllinesv and the wants of otemore, to folly
jell) .101). /MMCII k. 11110.
1 - f%itiPlB PAUTDII
FANCY CT OODS Wholesalt& Retail.
THE undersigned takes tl)' liberty
1, of calling the attention of the nubile irieneral to Ilia
new anti inplentliti variety of
LADIES' AND GEN
UMBRELLAS and SUN-SADF,S
?faking weekly purcliaica from the Nf York and
Philmlelplisa markets, I am prepared to oirtt to toy Indy
frientiv of Huntingdon nod vicinity, ono 4 tha nieost
lines of fares and Saetitto
BUTTONS & TRIMMNGS,
of tho very latest novelties out that is possio to bring
together, and at prices In meet tho views ofd classes.
Ladies' and Gent,' („louviit's) Kid Glom; black and
nisdiant shades, mid any psrtiettlar shafts nil site form
islisd at the shortest notice; also, a very :pity snort
mon t of telt ito and colored Flerlin and Lisletliad moves,
plain and fancy tops; black and colored Yea
first quality and common, all ;raffial.
White Dress Goods, Hoop Skirts, Eallngla,
Hats, Fmndowits, Knitting Cotton, (all colo German. '
'n Wool, Zephyrs, Canes, Silk for lilting stnets, Don
not Ribbons, (lents' Linen and Vapor 01(13, 0 1114ra sod
Shirt Fronts, ne ohm special selection of hint andfaitcy
Neck 'pies, Ilroadway, Chantilly Bows, tun Napoleon
Stocks for the aged , nod a fine tassOrtmeat of 'figlo Trim
Hosiery with too will claim special osseous to select
anti offer tho very boot English aunt Gornto Regalar
Mode Goode nod the Domestic and Lower Giles, Child's
fancy ono half Homo, .Ic., with that ciallesivariety of
Small Warm to 1,1 found in a wolf shor4ed Elton Store.
Of quality stiperloe as a line, and at priessto meet sll
A largo stock of Boys' a n d Gents' Hats not Caps Of rho
latest styles and nil qualities at prices mining from 1 5
cos. on Mon. E. 111DOL1'II.
Huntingdon, An:it 10, 1°;67.
AFERIIIICELI4I., Barley, Rice, rioni-
V illy, Maio, 4c., at WON' Family Cl
ALL KINDS OF C r) , 4 0 R§
const "'VrZqsa'RGllol S:,c4BMON'S
THE undersigned would respectfully
announce that, in connection with their TANNERY,
they havo just opened a splendid assortment of
Consiiiing is part of
FRENCH CALI? SKIN,
Together with a, general assortment of
The trade la hinted to call and examine our stock,
Store on HILL street, two doors west of the I'reehyte.
The Mulled price paid for lIIDES and BARB.
0. 11. MILLER & SON.
Huntingdon, may 1, 19G7
N.EW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
op ir e i t ' l r :f in aZ htillroErisliaendthat ho
A Fine - Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
All of which lie will sell at fair prices. Quick taros and
small psndts. Pall and examine my stock.
31annfacturing and Repairing dorm to order as usual.
Huntingdon, May 1,1067.
nil GEO. SHAEFFER •
Ilse just returned from the neat with allai N g l
BOOTS, SIIOES, GAITERS, &a,
Which ho Micro to the Inspection of his customers and
the public generally: Ile will sell his stock at the must
and those who purchase once will surelycoll again.
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING done in the neatest and most expedi
Coll upon Mr. Schaeffer at his shop on Hill street, a
few doors west of the Diamond. my 2
FOR THE HARVEST OF 1867
BUY THE GENUINE PRIZE MACHINE.
Mower and Reaper,
With Double-jointed Folding Bar.
General Agent for Huntingdon Co.
BELL'S MILLS, BLAIR COUNTY, PA.
VERY way n first class Institution, affording the best
Ce facilities to these preparing for College, busineea or
Whole expense for Summer term of 5 months $1.15 50.
4.3- NO EXTRA CHARGES.
Next term bogies May OIL. Feral for n circular.
Rey. ORR LAWSON, Principal,
Somethig New "r
GLAZIER & BRO.
just opened up on the corner
of WASIIINGTON and SMITIt stref ts, a now awl
. QUEENS WARE,
• Tho citizens of Huntingdon and vicinity nro hereby
tomb:red 3, standing invitation to call and examine our
stock. Our aim will ever be, that completo satisfaction,
both as regards goods and juices, bo given to every pur
chaser. ULAZIER k BRO.
Itunticgdon, March 1:7, Ha.
LUMBER SOLD ON COMMISSION.
Are receiving all kinds of LUMBER, comprising all the
different grades of
JOINT AND LAI' SHINGLES,
RAILING, Ac., Ac., Lc
Which will be yold at prices at the mill, with freight lon
To THE LADIES.—Do you really
in total to cease wearing the beautiful styles now
so prevalent, or dress less elegantly, 1/14:111180 the rebel
Jeff. Davis, was captured in Fashionable Female attire?
Ono moment's calm reflection will snfely servo to change
your reel% resolve. The angels had too much good sense
to lay aside their pure chaste robes of white, because
they NM for a time served to hide the deformities of that
Prince of Rebels, tho Devil. Can you err iu following the
exampleof Angels? Then having math, itp your minds
that you Will continuo to ark, tastefolly regaralesv 01
rebel acts, do not Arad to oat et the afore of the subscri
hcqOaha win he happy nil all lilacs to farandt !ma with
anch a rticles of dices as you may desire. Urge your rani,
era, Midlands, brothers, neighbors and children to visit
the ante store. They can here he milted in good articles
of 1 oots, Shoes, Clothing MaCerial. Hats, Caps, Queens.
erao and a general assortment of rtreceries, ou as rea
son,le terms as at any Mots,' in town. Store on Sonth
east ore, of the Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa,
ma '1,1165. FRANCIS' 1. - .1 WALLACE.
, l i v „,,-,), 11/ITTja , t4 • 5 ")
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Reoremnity invite,' the attention of the riddie to his
stand en Hill et., Huntingdon, in the rear of ("corn° IV
Swart.' %deli and Jewelry store, where he manufactures
and keeps .11 kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
... wishi n g to purelinne, will do well to give him a call.
Repairing ot 011;intli attended to promptly and chargrS
- Alan, Untlertalcing carried on, and Calling 111 rAI. iP
any op) &Hired, at anon notice,
Tho aubecriber has a
ivz WAND ELEOANT HEARSE,
and is prepaied to attend Funnrala at any place in town
or country. .1. J. 'WON.
Ilui.tingdon, May 9,186 r, -tf
TF YOU WANT the BEST SYRUP,
I .g o
CITNN !SO IT AM 3: CA
S. E. HENRY & CO.,
WINDOW S DES AND
Fl XTU It ES,
THE LABOEIT STOCK
Greatest variety of near styles
ever brought 1e the county,
RIVE' VET) AND FOR SALE. CIJEAr
A'r LEwrs , wog sTonil.
J. M. WISE,
Can't Be Beaten !
Good Stock & Low Prices
I JOHN H. WESTBROOK /1
Respectfully informs the citizens of Huntingdon and
vicinity that he has Just received from the city a Now and
splendid stuck of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, S/toe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, &c., &c., &c., &c.
all of which he is prepared to sell at greatly reduced prices.
Don't forget the old stand in the Diamond. Old auto.
mere and the public generally are invited to call.
Huntingdon, may I, 1867
The prices of the same quality If Goode aro
MX C: 0 WiM i
FIRST NATIONAL STORE,
Than any other House in town.
4Y Give us a call and he convinced.
Husbands, come and bring your wives,
For they're the comfort of yotir lives, , •
And let your judges he ',nu eyes—
AT OCR CHEAP STORE.
The only Place to Get Good
CALICOES for Ten Cents a Yard.
60 Packages Fresh MACKEREL just received.
ROHM & MILLER.
FLOUR, FEED, &C,
WE have taken Juniata (formerly
V V NEWS) hIILL, near Petersburg, and era prepar
ed to furnish
FLOUR, FEED AND GROUND PLASTER
on as reasonable terms as It can be done for the times.
H. M. NOTLNIt, Miller.
Address, Shavers Creek P. 0., Pa.
myls-2no JNO. ORE: WELL & SON.
Are now in use and their yearly sales double all others
The rim and fill of numberless maohines, heralded as
"superior to all others," has convinced the public that it
is safer to buy a good article of established reputation and
front responsible parties, than to risk their money in
Them Machines here MORE IMPROVEMENTS; MAKE
litii3 NOISE, aro MUCH MODE SPEEDY and SIMPLE
in operation then nay Machine in the market. An exam.
nat ion solioited before making a purchase elsowhero.
Apply to DIANAII D. BAy s 'ai,
Second story of L 6. 2:;003 now building
myS.Gm* Muth:it/don, Pa.
Brass Musical Instruments
1 .9.11v0r E flat Cornet, 2 Brass E flat Cornet°, 2.E Bat
Altos, 313 flat Tenors, 1 Baritone, 2 E flat 13:35.50,1 Ban
Tho above outfit for a Band will ho sold at very low
rates, and those desiring, to purchase should avail thou
solves of this opportunity.
Apply to E. W. THOMAS,
Hunthigdon,Jaulekt Teacher of Corral Bands.
ROBLEY & MARSH,
Respectfully inform their old friends nod the pubito
generally that they have ramped to the room adjoining
the Post Otlieo on Hill street, where they here remised n
now stock of the most fitshionable and serviceable
Which they aro prepared to make up to ordor in the
most fashionable and substantial order.
Call and examine their assortment of goods for
COATS, VESTS AND PANTS,
Ilufore purchasing elsewhere. They aro determine& to
ap10,1867 OEO. F. MARSH.
3r3P "irCYlr3 WALDP3O
A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH LIKENESS,
DONNELL & KLINE'S
On Kidd Street, two doors west of
Lewis' Book Store.
CALL AND SEE SPECIMENS.
Huntingdon, Oct 4, '65-tf.
TO THE LADIES.
The best assortment of
M I.i I 1" 'X C SKIRTS,
Just received this day from New York and for sale at the
cheap cash store of WM. blAltell & BRO.
A splendid assortment of --
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
FANCY TRIMMINGS AND BUTTONS
Just received this day front Now York and for sato Cheap
at [nmy7J 81Altell & BItO.
THOMAS N. COLDER.
The undersigned having now• entered into the
orders on the shortest notice..
THOS. N. COLDER.
Alexandria, Oct 180G-tf.
A. fine and large assortment always on
AT LEWIS' BOOKSTORE.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.-
ip • A good assorimont of miscellaneous and Schott
tiooks—Foolscap, let tar, Commercial and Note Paper—
Plain and Fancy Envelopes—Red, Blue and Blank Inks—
Blank hooks of numerous sloes—Pons, Pencils, Pocket and
Beek Inkstands, and every ether article usually found in
a Book and Stationery Store, ran be had at fair micas at
LEWIS' BOOR, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORM
A LARGE VARIETY of arOples Lou
nomeroos to Ttoptiop, for sop
1..111101y Grocer}, Poll out
1 at U
co NsiNiplot & cnioN'O.
ROVN D ALUM A NI) 6ALINA
I ,_X ctzNimvalr.i md CA t an" s.
Nolo rest, Commercial, Foolscap and Flatenp—a
good a...mentos t for sale by the ream, half ream, quite of
LEWIS' N iny 1300 K STATfONIM V STORE.
Of all kind, for 1,1 wh4josale and retail at Lends fi
Coin Family Oreeery,
Cannud Fruit and %Midas
„hr ,3 an 11,4vt At teals Pnwtly Grocery.
Debt : , 14CHEDEL nm ItEttWitt fpr rplail
Lewis Family Grocery.
WJ[LLOW 4nd CEDAR \YAM;
for F LEWIS Faintly Grocery.
MBE BEST QUALITY' OF ERESII
MACK ERE (VINYINGILI,V 0.1.17M021' S.
el A R P 17, T IN G OF ATiL NINA'S
I. Int rrrAWINPITA Al fi CARMON'A.
Late Powell's •EmbtobEition;
For all Diseases Incident to EORSES,
CATTLE, and the HUMAN FLESB,
Requiring the use of an External
This new Compound, prepared by trpreCtlcal Chain let
having a full knowledge of all the medical virtues of eecli'
Ingredient that enters into Its composition, is warranted .
to exceed anything of the kind ever yet offered to the
Public as an external application for the diadem' foe.
which in is recommended. We are satisfied that it will'
work it,, own reed into the confidence of all vyho nee it,
and those who try it once will never be without it, and'
therefore 170 rely on experience an the best tent of ita use
fulness. It is pronounced by Farriers, and all who have'
tried it to be the beet application ever mod. This Em:
brueatlon has been put up for over eight ytarn, and It Is:
only through the Increasing demand and urgent request
of my friends and the Public that I send It forth as the'
grand remedial agent for the various diseases tel*liieh'
that noble and useful animal, the horse, is subject
Many remedies have been offered to the Public under
different forms, same of these are Injurious, others at beet
of little use, and many wholly improper to answer the
[imposes for which they are recommended.
A Judicione and really useful composition, free Dorn
those objections, has therefore long been desired by Many,
gentlemen who have valuable horses, and are unwilling
to trust them to the care of designing and pretended
Farriers. Their wishes aro at length fully gratified, by
Dr. Beale being prevailed upon to allow thisvatuable
Embrocation (which has proved so efficacious to the vari
ous diseases) to be prepared and brought out to the putt,
Thie Embrocation was extensively used by the Dour.
meat daring the war.
Address oil Orders to Dr. EDMUND BEALE,
602 South Second Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
For sale at Lewis' Book Store, and by Store keepers
gexeraity. may 1,
LATEST FASRIONS DEMAND
J. W. Bradley's Celebrated Patent
.7130 - tirol.ease. 311i11 do
or Double Spring,
Tho 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,
for promenade and house dress, as the skirt can be folded
when in use to occupy a small place as easily and corm,-
Wently as a silk or muslin dress, an it:minable quality
in crinoline, not found in any single spring skirt.
A. lady having enjoyed the pleasute.comfort, and great
convenience of wearing the duplex elliptio steel spring
skirt for a single day, will never afterwards willingly dis
pense with their use. For children, misses and young la
dies they are superior to all others.
They will not bond or break like the single spring but
will preserve their perfect and graceful shape when three
or four ordinary Akio will have been thrown aside as
useless. The hoops are covered with coublo and twisted
thread, and the bottom rods aro not only double springs,
but twice (or double)" covered ; preventing them from
wearing out when draggingdown stoops, stalrs,.ke.
The Enplex Elliptic is a great favorite with all ladies
and is universally recommended by the Fashion Maga
zines as the standard skirt of the fashionable world,
To enjoy the following inestimable advantages in aria.
Wine, viz: superior quality, perfect manufacture, stylish
shape and finish, flexibility, durability, comfort and econ,
omy, enquire for J. W. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic, or dom
his spring skirt, and be sure you got the genuine article,
CAUTION.—To guard against imposition be particular
to notice that skirts offered as "Duplex" have the red ink
stamp, viz : 'J. W. Bradley's Duplex Elliptic Steel Spviuge
upon the waist band—none others are gamine , .AIS 9
notice that every hoop: will admit a pia being pitses4
through the centre, thus revealing the two -(or double)
springs braided together therein, whicit is the secret of
their flexibility and strength, and a cosabluation pet to
be found to any other spring.
Bernie in all stores where first claim skirts are void
throughout the 'United Staten and elsewhere.
Manufactured by the sole owners of tiro patent. • '
WESTE, BRADLEY & CARY,
Inayl-Om) 97 Chambers PM 79 4SA Sta., N. Y,
DR, WILLIAM BREWSTER,
For the benefit of those proposing to undertake
Electrical treatment for diseases we givo in the
following list n fow of the more prominent and
most common complaints toot with in our pre°. I
lice, in all of which we ereonoet ea.:neural. IN
NEARLY ALL CASES OP CHRONIC DISEASE, ELECTRICI
TY 18 A SORE REMEDY, AND IN ALL CASES BENEFICIAL,
IF PROPERLY APPLIED. Those, therefore, afflicted
with complaints nothoro enumerated, need have
no hesitation in applying,and whether cal} , RELIEF,
or n PERMANENT cone can be effected, they will
receive replies accordingly. All communications
1 Epilepsy, Chorea, St. Vitus , Dance, Paralysis,
Neuralgia, Hysteria, Nervousness, Palpita.
Don of the Ileart,Lock,Taw, eto.
2 Sore Throat, Dyspopsia,Diarrhcoa, Dysentery,'
Obstinate Constipation, Hemorrhoids, or
Piles Billoite — Flatulent and Patuter'e Colic ,
and titi affections of tpo'Liverand Spleen.
Catarrh, Cough, I ulluensa,lirati, ((whorl
not caused by organic disease of the heart,)
Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Rheumatism of the
Chest,Cg?sumptionin plo early stlgt.3s.
4 Grav(il, DlabettS, and Kipnoy eempaints.
5 Rheumatism, Gout, Lumbago ' Stiff Neck,
Spinal Diseases, Slip Diseases, Cancers, Tu
more ; (those last named always cured with
out pain, or cutting, or plasters in any form)
in 8 word, wo propose to Cita all curable dial
Wo barn no connection whatever with any
other Electrical office in thle or any other county.
All letters addrees to
Will. BREWSTER, M. D.,
CHEAP GROCERY STORE,
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON, PA.
THE undersigned offers for the in,
gingen and purchase of customers alarge and ass
sorted stuck of Groceries, Provisions, &a. He feels satife
tied they caa be accomodated with anything in his lino.
Ills pricos are low, and his stuck fresh - and good. Its
keeps the best of
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
TOBACCO & SEGARS,
• BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS 4 VAPS I &o;
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES;
MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR ;
FISH, CHEESE, FLOUR RICE,
And NO TIONS of every kind.
A select stock at DRY GOODS, together with QUEENS
WARE, and all other articles kept in a well regulated
establishment for sale al reasonable prices.
ins- Ills store is on Rill street, nearlyrite HA
Ronk, and in the room formerly (*Riled by ..leirove;'
Cull and examine. g. ENTER,
Huntingdon, may Fe /01
THE PLACE TO BUY
NEW OD OHE&P GQQP4
FOB SPBING AND SUMMER.
WM. MARCH & BR.O.
Respectfully inform the public generally that they
have just received a largo and eplendid stock of goods at.
their store in liuntingdon i consisting in part of
• DRESS GOODS,
• BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS; CAPS, TINWARE,
LADIES' FANCY TRIALIIINGS,
HOOP SKI.RTS,BoNNErs, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW W A R E,
QUEENS WARE; HARDWARE,
PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, -
'TOBACCO, SEQARS I
• GLASS, NAILS,
Also, CARPETS trod OIL,CLOT.Ff ;
And in liwc everything that le moony kept in a dratelael
store, all which wore bonght low for cash and will
sold at correspondingly low prices for cash, or country
produce. sod request the public to give us a call before
purchasing eleowliere, feeling satisfied we can offer sups;
nor inducements to cash buyers.
ICe respectfully; solicit the patronage' of all and 03
public are cordially invited to examine cur Ramie.'
Everything taken in e)icNillgo for goods elcpprpronik
iLudingdnn, ap. 16, 1867,
CHEAPER MAN ANY OTHER
KINDS. Call at Lewis' .73oolf: Stom
and SBA' ASSORTALAWT.
EGARS.—Bust quality of Sogurq
,iit7 at CUNNT:NiII4AS.! CAIMON'S.
MOLASSES AND SYRUPS!
Levering's Best and other syrups, New Orleans, Portq
Rico and Sugar [louse Molasses; ter 5a10,4 Imwis Family
DER F WV and ranoySoaps fop
sale nt • LEWIS Family droctly.
1) , A R O II MENT DEED PAPER-,
k ruled, for sale at
LEWIS' BOOK STORE