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Wednesday morning, Dec. 11, 1867.
LOCAL, & PERSONAL.
&dverfisements (puffs or notices)
; published in local columns at ten cents
aline single insertion, ebunting seven
words to a lino. tf.
r—Mr. Simpson has attached a steam
engine to his foundry in West Hunt
Roekhill Furnaco property
in Shirley, ,township, was sold to Mr
Royer, of New York, for $14,000.
—The Tyrone Herald is hereafter to
be printed by steam power. That's
progress for you.
—The M. E. church collected the
sum of 66,931,255 96 in forty-five con
ferences, for their Centenary fund
—An improvethent.: the - new whistles
on the locomotives.—Tyrone herald.
We pronounce them an unmitigable
—Mr. J. Penopacker, ofLowistown,
"was assailed with stones by ruffians
while on his way home from church,
•an'd had to run to escape them.
—We have received a copy of the
Old Franklin Almanae, published by
A. Winch, 505 Chestnut street,Phila
dolphin. Price 20 centS.
—Quite an interesting meeting is in
progress in the M. E. church at Bir
mingham, this county. From ton to
twelve are forviard for prayers.
".;Thii, Lodge of. Good Templars at
.IVaiiiorinnar.k, this county,-has organ
ized a Glee Club. The lodge at this
place has alio ono in prospective.
—Our. borough fathers have bought
a nevi Bose for the Phcenis fire engine.
Vt.§ !ivill-haie •a. '';auction" some • of
thisb days, - if 'the people have enough
—A farm, containing sixteen acres,
near Ebensburg, is among the dona
tions to the Christmas Festival of the
Catholic church, at Ebensburg: It
will be offered at $2 per chance.
—Rev. G. D!CheneWithiCorrespon
ding Secretary of the Pennsylvania
State Temperance Union, since April
Ist to November:let, has enrolled over
4,500 naives on the temperance pledge.
'==The eabvassing committee of the
Young Men's Christian -Association of
this.place is meeting with unbounded
succeate- 'ciu'r i -liboral citizens, in
placing the organization upon a per
tnitnent, basis. • • . '
--,,The"Durtkard" church in Snake
Spring valley, was entered some time
ago, and robbed of plates, spoons, and
other article - a. Truly, the business of
thieving .must be'dull, , wlien it:, comes
to be praetieedAti t a 'cl3Urph.
—The PeakFatnily bfEell 'Ringers
are at Chambersburg. - Remembering
the Alilcfige about a Town Hall when
this troupe was here, we should be
sorry to tell them if they ever return,
that we have none yet.
—Tbe first of January is near at
hand, and 'we desire' to commence the
new year with our booki,a; nearly
square as possible. We hope those
knowing themselves indebted will pay
up. Those .having claims_ against us
will present them.
—Old Boren played some high
pranks on Friday night last in bang
ing shutters, slamming doors, and tear
ing up everything that gave way to
his *ill. He smoothed the way for
old King Freeze, who closely followed
--A merchant out West, who wants
to got ahead of everybody else in ad
vertising his wares, offers to supply
ministers of the Gospel, goods at cost
price, if they agree to mention the
fact to their congregation. What is
the next dodge that will be resorted to?
—We are informed by the Mount
Union Herald that a rabid dog bit
three children of Abraham Lane, of
Springfield township, this county, on
Monday.' The children were taken to
Chambereburg for medical treatment
on:Tupsday4 :Pm. dog vas killed be
fore doing further:damago. , s. •
—Chambersburg bas now an organ
ized Building Association: The am
ount of stock is limited to five hundt ed
shares—three hundred of which have
already been subscribed. It would
pay an Association of .thin kind to be
organized in Huntingdon, and lot it be
dono,-,and that quickly. ,
All isea and W. W. 'Davis,
former'editors.6f the Juniata Republi
ecin,.prosecuted for libel by John J.
PatterSon;plead guilty to the charge,
and were sentenced by, the Dauphin
county court to pay a fine of $lOO, and
coats; and 'nndergo "an imprisonMent
for thirty - days. They were subse•
quently pardoned .by the Governor, at
the request of Mr. Patterson.
.--Thompson, who murdered young
at i -Johnstown,.some
sincOnifet be" it dOsPerate character.
Ere has been lurking through Cambria
anilSomerset - ,counties ever since the
occurrence, has been seen several times
bat - „every one: appears -afraid to at
tempt to arreslyhim: lie goes heavily
armed. Stich ;men, however, though
they appear desperate, are most gene
rally-the greatest cowards.
—As pedestrianism ie now the rage,
and - as some may ivent - to experiment
a little, we would advise our readers,
near and :fail- to prOvide - themselves
with a tsVo dollar greenback, and make
the point of destination the globe office.
where . they:catrpay over: the sum for
a year's subAcripticin. We will give
tho'one *who walks the distance in the
shortest time, an- interesting piece ,Of
papei , Witli• their mime upon it. - •
-•:--The - Hollidaysburg. Register de
votes nearly twoeolumns in its last is
sue in describing the origin of the es
tablishment of Water Works in that
town., ; One or two attemptsi by com•
panics to establish them failed, when
finally it Was left to 'a vote of the citi•
zens who voted ",water” or "no water."
"Water" carried. A. board of 'Water
Commissioners was then effected,
whim was authorized to borrow money
by the sale of bonds, and do all things
necessary to carry out the purposes of
the act, as granted by the Legislature.
Bonds to the amount of $lO,OOO were
sold, which give. ten per cent. interest,
The wateris .now running through
wooden pipes from Roaring Run, at a
point about three miles from town.
Proceedings of Town Council
December 7, 1867.—Meeting , called
to'order by Assistant Burgess H. Gla
zier, presiding: Present, Assistant
Burgesses, 11. Glazier, G. 14I.iller; Coun
cilmen, F. Hoffright, D. Artley, K. M.
King, It Cunningham, D. Black.
The minutes of last meeting were
read and approved.
On motion of G. Miller, 11. Decker
was exonerated from eighty cents tax
on duplicate or Wm. King.
In pursuance of a motion at the last
meeting, the exoneration list of Nu
thattielVilliamsswas taken up. The
naMes.;of H. 'Gregg, A. Maguire
rend Mid •Chaplin - being stricken off,.
the list Was apprbred.
On motion it wps
Resolved, That all bills for paimments
made by the - borough, which have been pre
sented for payment and' refused, be placedin
the hands of the Secretary for collection.
Resolved, -That the Borough Treasurer be
furnished With a copy of the resolution requi
ring him to receive bounty orders in settle
ment of collector's-duplicate.
The following bills against the Bor
ough being presented, wero approved
and orders granted thereon :
A. Lt. Hight, for making pavements. . $OB 00
Stewart 0 Lytle, for professional serviees In tho
matter of a division of the Borough into two
election districts 10 00
A. A.OOlllll, furnishing atone 12 00
James A. Brown, store bill 4 32
8. E. Henry & Co., atom bill 2 75
Henry 44 Co., store bill ' 0 78
On motion of G-.
Resolved, That copies of the proceedings of
the Council be hereafter furnished the Bor
ough papers for publication._.
Notwithstanding the many articles
advertised to cure Consumption, we do
not believe, when seated too ong, it
can bo cured. But wo do - know of
hundreds of cases whore persons were
supposed to be suffering under that
fatal disease, who have become per
feetly,well-and robitst.from the use of
'Speer's 'Port Grape Wino: Many
times peoplo- for years waste and at
_last die from diseases of the kidneys or
glands, when they wore Opposed to
have and were, treated for Consump
tion. A long-continued affection of
the kidneys, however, may eventually
result in Consumption. Speer's Wino,
Used alone, or taken with_ afresh raw
egg, or new - milk, daily, Lis, been
found to be an excellent remedy, and
has the reputation Of rendering a per
fect' cure for Consuinptien.- -- -Ate . dim/
Tho wine certainly contains valua
ble. propeities; let our physicians and
invalids try it. To bo had of druggists
Farmers All Right
Farmers are just new getting on as
well as-eoniti-beAsxpectek gettinrhiW
prices for their produce, and at the
same time the, value of pretty mach
every-thing they find it necessary to
buy is largely depreciated. Most kinds
of dry goods aro doWn almost to auto
war prices, while the products of the
soil are ono to two hundred per cont.
and in most cases higher than they
were in IMO. Thus farmers aro get
ing two or three prices for wheat, corn,
oats, potatoes, hogs, hay, butter, eggs,
&c., while -the product of the loom
and anvil is selling far below the cost
of production. 'Even with short crops,
farmers must accumulate under,-
ent circumstances, while other people
are generally losing money.
Tito Matrimonial Market
The matrimonial market of this town
has been exceedingly active of late.—
Whether it is owing to a plurality of
"stamps," or whether Cupid has been
unusually active in preparing the
hearts of our lads and lasses to melt
into one we can't say. Many of our
young friends have jumped into the
harness, and aro now trotting down
the course in double team. We dislike
to lose them, but if they think it better
to go' with a mate, as a matter of
course we acquiesce. The world's a
stage, and he who performs well the
marriage "act" is entitled to the ap
plause of the vast auditorum, but then
it is to be hoped, that all our young
friends will not get married at once, as
the "gossipers" would theik lose their
stock in trade.
Ho g for Colorodol
Since the arrival of the silver bricks
in this place, Johnston & Wattson
have reduced the price of all kinds of
Goods, owing to the return of hard
money: If our readers do not believe
us, give them a call, and be convinced.
Quick sales and small profits, is bur
motto, for a nimble sixpende is better
than a slow shilling.' Give them a call
at their cheap cash bazaar.
War Against high Priem
Henry & Co. are Selling Furs at less
than their actual cost. They have on
hand. Furs of every description,. in
large quantitiei, - an'd at'priees that will
utterly astonish the' ladies. ,No ad•
vise our lady readers to go to Henry
& Co's and examine.their stock before
purchasing elsewhere, and we feel con
fident they can tie ,suited both as to
quality and price.
rßev. B. F Philips; Suporintend
ent of the home for Little Wanderers,
Philadelphia, will preach next Sabbtith
morning in the Presbyterian church of
this place ; in the evening in the Bap
tist church. At 3 o'clock,: P. M., he
will address a union meeting of the
Sabbath Schools, in the Methodist
church. The public is invited.
—We had in•our hands on Saturday
evening last two silv . er bricks—nearly
the size of the common clay brick.—
They were worth over three hundred
dollars. They wore_ from. mines in
CoTorad6:territory, in - which some of
our citizens have stock. • ' - •
Xier Exact science has'lmen applied
in the manufacture of Fairbanks' Stan
dard Scalers, so that they may be relied
on as unerringly. correct. The tests
made. at the,..E!aris 'Exposition, whore
they' received the highest premium, es
We judge' from the immense
sales that Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved
(new style) Hair Ilestoi•er or Dressing
(in one . bottle) is preferred by every
one. Every Druggist sells it. Price
Ono Duller. lm
Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest
Goods in Iluntingdon, are at A. L.
Lewis' now cheap store in Leister's
Furs, Burs, Furs.
Persons )vishing Furs, should 941
and examine the very complete stock
for sale by Fisher 4; Sons. 2tt
Wonderful, 'Yet Trne.
Tbe.following are some of the ouros
performed in Newport and Mifflintown;
by 'Dr. Valentine, who has a gift of
healing, without,medicine or surgery:
Newport : Sanmel : Woods unable to
work for three years, with disease of
Icidney6 and Liver,' pains removed in
stantly._ Matilda C.
Heart disease, and affection of Lungs.
Peteir_llrown, operated on for disea s
of Liver and Dropsy of head; on Nov.
20th., visited me at Mifilintown,- and
says ho fools like anew mat. Wm
loan, Heart discaso.
Mifflintown: U. S. Warner, Rheuma
tism ; gusannah Pasick, Rheumatism
and Palpitation of Heart, stiff joints,
unable to raise her feet c or bend her
back or log's. Barbara Long; Paiiiita
tion of Heart and Rheumatism. Sarah
J. Monahan, Fits. Jessie' Rice,
'in one Bar,' for two years, a`nd Gravel.
LGeoge Brynor, loss of speech for three
years, made to speak in ten Minutes. ,
The following are a few of the cures
perfermed in Lewistown : Mrs:-Pene
packer's girl, deaf and dunilysince she
was four woeks old, made to bear and
speak in five minutes; Mrs. Sweeney,
fits; ' Beverly Price, deaf and dumb,
made , to "Speak , and hear, instantly;
Mary Price, fits; J. Hoffman, heart
disease; • George Fisher, rheumatism
for 8 yeare*; Rebecca Jeffries, deaf and
dumb for 18 years, and been 6, years at
schoel - for'muted, made to' hear in ton
minutes, and learn several-words:
Will be in Lewistown from Decem
ber 2d to Mil; rooms at National
house. Huntingdon, - DeceMber 16th
to 30th; rooms at Franklin House. 2t*
um. Fisher & Sons- will open on the
Gth of,December a largo assortment of
Buffalo, Raccoon, and-Fancy Robes.—
Call and examine thorn. 2tt
m.Toys for the children at Lewis'
Are the pure juice of the grape, and are
unexcelled by any native vintage. They con
tain valuable medicinal properties, and are
of intrinsic worth to the invalid. and the Con
valescent, strengthening the weak, and restor
ing the system to tone and vigor. Sickly per
sons and females should try them. ,
On the 21st of September, 1867, by
the Rev. Mr. Wallace,of Altoona, Mr.
JAS. B. Stirpkof Huntingdon, to Miss
ANNIE R C.Eitnic, of Seulsburg, Hun
On the,eth of December, by Rev. G.
W. Zahnieer, Mr. JOAN MAGUIRE, to
Miss ELLIE ANDERSON, both of Hun-
Mr. WILSON BRIGGS, to MASS MARY J.
SNYDER,, both of Tell Tozynshi • •
At the M. B:Pursonage, Manor ill,
on the 4th of December, by Rev. J. A.
Do Moyer ) Mr. W. P. SraYliElt to Miss
PENINAU lIETCIIISO - N, both of Barre()
township, Iluniingdon eoutity.
On the sth :of Dec., by the same,
Mr. H. CaowNovEa, to Miss MARIE
GREEN; both of the same place.
On the 7th of Dee., by Peter Swoope,
3. Mr. ADAM GinLocE,to Miss AN
NIE B. ARAL, both of Huntingdon.
On Thursday, Nov. 28th, by Rev. S.
M. Harteocir, Mr. SAMUEL C. HULING,
and Miss JENNIE SHARER, both of Hun
At the residence of his son-in-law,
Dr Rowan Clarke, at, Boll's Mills, Blair
county, on Saturday morning, Nov. 20,
Mr. SAMUEL 11. BELL, of Shirley tow n•
In Saulsburg, Barren township, or.
the Isth ult, , JEssE B. WINGATE, in the
23d year of his ago.
In the same place, on the 27th ult.,,
SABAH . J. YOCUM, aged 17 years.
In Manor Hill;Barree twp., on the
3d inst., MARY J. FLEMING, aged 15
In the same place, on the 4th inst.,
JAMES EWING, aged 4 years..
this borough, on- Sunday the Sth
inst., NETTIE, daughter of Rev. J., and
Mrs. H. Jackson.
The iittl, lamb amblat the flock
Shall ho its Shepherd's care;
While folded In the Saviour's arms
limns is safe from every snare.
On the Bth inst., after a brief, but
painful illneSs, SARAH ISABELLE, daugh
ter of Samos and ..Rachel Vanzant;ag,ed
9 years, 3
_months and 8 days.
One l o vely [lacer has drooped and died, '
Plucked bye Heavenly nither'e hand, •
'We bow in meek submlstlon to Thy will,
Althou g h the Woke our hearts with angutsb
Our darling Bella latoly died,
Iter father's hope, her mother's pride;
Just in the morning of her life,
She left this world of alio and strife,
To dwell'irrroalme more bright and fair.
Awl in her Heavenly Father's kingdom hard a share.
01 may Iva man thee on that othor shore,
Whore wo shall never eay farewell, and part no more
. Clone, but not forgotten.
DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS and CA.-
TARRII treated with the utmost success, by J.
IOAACS, M. D.. (Mullet and A twist, (formerly of Leyden,
Holland) fh., 805 ARCH street, Philtdelphia.. Tm
els from the most nimble sources in the city aid c en
try can be Been at his officBl The medical faculty are In
vited to accompany their patients, as ho has no secrete
in iue p Retie. Artificial Eyes inserted without pain.—
No charge for examination. .1148-Iylon
Superfine Flour at $7,2506,25 extra at $8,50@61, fimcy
extra fondly slo©ll, and Pennsylvania family An@
10,76, and fancy blonds $12,7612114,00 according to quality
Rye floor $4,00.
Prime 11 heat le scarce !lore, Choke new at $2,00(/2,60
white $2,40G62,65. ltyo at $1,7001,71. Corn 1,40 to 1,42
Oats at 51c. Barley malt at $1,65.
Cloversoed $7,12Q8,00 accordlng,to quality; Timothy at
$2,40@2,65; Flaxseed $2,65@2,50 per bushel.
Pirratoußau, Dee. 7.—Floor.—There Is a local demand
We quote sales of spring wheat Flour at $10,50G,11,40,
winter Flour at $1.1,60P12.50 fancy at $1312,76'.
Wheat, winter,52,4565)2,60 and Do. 1 spring $24502,60,
Copt from first hands;a3l,oo. Rye, $1,60 per bushel. Oats
68ta170e; Barley 1,0061035. Shoulders 14e; elder 12),0;
CUNAGO Dec. 7.—Flour dull spring extra 10,1509,30.
Winter, 16,60@0,50. Spring Wheat is at $1,6001,79.
Corn 1,00. Outs, 57ets.
NEW You, Nov. N.—Gold crowd at $1,38: •
CORRECTED IVF.ERLY By HENRY & CO.
Superfine Flour, 410,00, Eggs
Extra Stour, old. " 11,00 ;Foxthers V lb.
Family Flour 12,00 Flaxseed
Bed Wheat, ..... .Z... ...... 2,25 flops V lb .„,..
White Wheat " 33 liam, smoked
Apple Butter V, ga110u...1,25 flay TV ton
Bark per cord 9,00 lord
Barley 1.00 Large Onions 11 hus,
Butter ......... ........... ....... 30, Mixed Chop
Buckwheat 1,00 Cate
Buckwheat Meal V cwt„4,oo Potatoes V bus 00
Mau V met 1,2.5 Plaster per ton... 7 ,10,00
Broonte'V doe 3,00©4,50•R0gs la lb . 5
Beeswax V lb 30 11y0 1 30
Beans V hes. 2,131 ltyo Chop lil cwt ",50
Clovelseed V h 4 1b5.......6,50: Rye Straw V boodle. „...15
Chickens "s:Shorter, ce,t , ..., 1,50
Country Soap 10:Shoulder ' IS
Note Cot u 00 to 1 , 0 0 Sides-- ........... ,
Coin Meal V r'ot 2,20 Callow .. ....... ....,
Dried Apples Vbri ' ' 2,00 Timothy
Dried Cherries V quart. -.12 Turkeys 1,0 lb
Druid Peaches '1',11) 15 IVeoltil lb
Dried Wet' "0 Pork V lb
/3"r 'is th S Bad Ccal V too.
Broad Toni too ,12,00 Pi 2,501
rirtLE 13F,ST QUALITY OF FRESH
44c-ii Enka , as C l / 4 17 7 4Wird. 11 ce cAn.voiv.F,
EnaCted by the DILIVRO and Town Council of the
borough of Huntingdon, the 23d 'layer November, 1861.
WHEREAS, The Masons of this borough have been
annoyed and their persons mid property have been In
jured from playing of bail and throwing of atones,
lie it enacted and it is hereby ordained, that from and
after the passage of this Ordinance, it shell be unlawful
Sir buy person or persons to play ball, throw stones,
snow belie, or arty other missile th theTstreets of said bo
And be it Nigher ordained, that any person or persons
so offending or violating the said Ordinance, shall, for
each and every offence; on con, ictlen thereof, before the
Burgess or a Justice of Hui Peace, pay a fine not exceed.
tag five dollars nor less than one, and that on failure or
refusal -to pay said fine shall be imprisoned - in the county
jail for twenty-four hours.
And it shall be the duty of tho officers of the borough
to enforce said oidlnance and ell good citizens ore in .
quested to assist them In the mole,
. . .
U. \lli LEES Asst. Bargees
tl Passed tho 6th day of November, 1867, for the re
covory of purcbnso•moncy for burial lots.
BE IT ORDAINED, and it is hereby oidalood, that the
Treasurer of the Borough is hereby directed and empow
ered to demand end collect the amount duo from all de
linquent pin chasers of tots in the "Iluntingdon Comte
ry" after giving thirty days notico to such delinquents of
the amount due from Blom, and if necessary to came suit
to be brought fur said purchase money 'in the Onion man
ner as Saltiarp now brought for debts of Rico amount and
nature; and ho Is further directed, in case notice aud do.
mond areasot complied with, to re-enter and take posses;
slim on behalf of the Borough, of all lots nut occupied by
grrives so fences, giving notice of such re-entry to tho
pnrchasei 8, and making molt thereef at the next regu
lar meeting of. Burgesses and Town Council, and also re
porting any edits' or proceedings commenced against tho
holders of occupied lots.
R. 3.lo3luirrals, Seep.
G) STRAY STEERS.
Came to the premises of the subscriber, living in
rod low nail fp.linntingdon county, two stray STI , :kltS.
One is a red yearling muley. and no ltiark ou the ears;
Iho other is two years and a half old, chiefly white, his
head and neck red, large horns Mid short tall, and no
mark on the oars. The owner is requested to come for
ward, prove property, pay charges, and take them away,
otherwise they will be disposed of according to law.
Tod twp., Dec. 4, 1867*
SELLERS & VOLWELL; •
'CONFECTIONERS & FRUITERERS,
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-48.• Orders promptly attended to. dec44t
.Nos. 323 and 325 .211arket street
Envelobes of nil the stitudsid nisei, icilore and quttlitles
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Telopos, furnished et
t• ; ,
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All - tioods writrituted. Address orders to
SINGEI2LY 4 NITERS,
Nos. 323 Mid 325 Miirket
att:old.iitatafitied w r iiteial;Dltr:aoODS
i Phihtiletphhi, tin ' octive; otiteriiriattig - ,
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referetico,•,&c., to ' ' •.,
c 02641 ,‘,- 110 k NO. MB, rhiladelpitlit P. O.
tt t ISAAC K. STAUFFER, ;;k
WATCHMAKER and JEWE TER
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nu. 110 :Norm zu :Arcot, corner or Quarry,
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It makes the hair soft, glossy, fragrant, pleasant to the
tonal and easy to arrange. Dry, wiry and intractable
Tucks become moist, pliant gad disliosed to remain In any
desired position.' As a Hair Dressing It hue no equnl.—
Tho sales aro enormous and it le a unlvereal fat-mile oath
old nod young of both segos.
Sold by Druggists throughout the 'United •States.. Ad
dress all orders to ' -
ZEIGLEI =& SMITI3,
137 Nth. Third Ste, Philadelphi a
nov 27 ly
STEAM PEARL MILL,
THIS MILLS a complete success in
1 the manufaoture of FLOUR, ,It,lies lately Wen
thoroughly repaired and is now in ,good rtuniug order
and in full oyprilttoP• ''
The burrs end choppers are, new and of superior qual
ity—cannot be excelled. 'Ant' we are gratified to know
that our woi It has: given entire satisfaction to our costa
nicto,to nbour we tender our thanks.
Ito have in' our employ ono of tho boot millers in the
comity, nod at:0E101d and eapableengilieer. , , Thin, equip
pod and eueouriged,,we,two determined to persevere in
our efforts to accommodate and please the public, hoping
thereby to Merit and reduive a liberal share of patronage
to sustain us in our enterprise for the public interest.
Merkur prieelmid for Ow diftesiz4t. kinds of '!grc4ra
Flom" and CUop,oo hipul, fur ado. ,
40 1 /N McCAIIAN,d; SON,
nuntiogdon, Nov. 20,1107 . .
rgr,, COUNTRY • DEALERS can
' buy CLOTHING from me in Huntingdon at
WHOLESALE as cheap es they can in the
ties, as I Wive a wholesale Biota in Philadelphia.
THE PLACE TO BUY
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS ,
FOR PALL A'iVJJi IV-TNItER.'
Respectfully inform the pnbllc ganorany that , they
have just - received n large and splendid stock of goods at
their store in Huntingdon, consisting in pal tof •
SILKS, • '
• DRESS GOODS,
• BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, TINWARE ;
LADIES' FANCY TRIMMINGS,
11001? SKIRTS,BormETs, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW IV A,R.E,
QC ERNS WARE; HARDWARE,
' PROVISIONS, GROCERIES,
• CRACKERS; NOTIONS,
• ' &e., &c. ~"
Also, CARPETS and OIL-CLOTH,
And in fact overYthing that is tiStrally kept Ina first class
store, all which were bought low for ,cash and will
sold at correspondingly low prices for mob, or country
produce. and request the public to giro us a call before
,pnrcliesrug elsewhere, feeling satisfied wo crin•offer supe
rior inducements to cask buyers.
100 respectfully solicit the patronage of ell. and the
public are cordially invited to examine cur goods.
tverythlng taken in exchange fur goods except proml
W3I;3IARCII d; BRO.
oc. 9,18 GT. • •
E. 0. SUMMERS,
• Chief Burgos
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
JOSEPH MARCH & BRO.,
The subscribers Imre received a now anticomplete, as
sorted stock of •
Including a largo mid railed assortment of JAMES
DIM' GOODS, of tho latent stylus and fashions.
READY-MADE CLOTHING, "
• : BOOTS AND SHOES, '
• HATS AND CAPS,- '
• ' • FISILSALT, BACON,
null all other articles usually kept in a troll condtzeted
stoio, ail Of which are of cheap as' et any other es
tablishment In this section of country,
Country Product, taken in exchange for goods
Thankful for former patronage, we hereby extend an
Invitation to our Trough Creek Mende and the Public
generally for a rebowal of the name, promising by a clone
attention to btiliriesp and the wants of custoniers, to fully
_ . ,.WLLIAM 3RE:77,ST-It
For the benefit of tbObebroposing to ondortoku
Electrical treatment for diseases we give In the
rollown‘g list a fevi of the mete prouthtent and.
most common coniplaints met With In our prac
tice, in nil of Which IPA ern most sioressfel. IY
DEARLY ALL CASES OF CHRONIC DISEASE, Vxettlict. l
TY TS A SURE REMEDY, AND BY ALL CASES BENEFICIAL,
IF stineENTA APPLIED. Those, therefore, afflicted
with complaints not here enumerated, need have
no hesitation in applying,aud,wliether only hams,
Or a PERMANENT BURT can be effected, they will
receive replies accm dingly. All communications
' 1 Flpi'epsy, Chorea, St. - Vitus' Oases, Paralysis,
Bournlgia, Ilyaterin, Nervousness, ralpltn•
lion of the Ileart,Lock-Jw,v, eta.
2 Forel:hew, Dyspepsia.lhardsma, Dysentery,
- Obst Itt.. to Constipation,' Hemorrhoids, or
Files, Bilious, Flatulent, anti Dain.'oro cope,
and all affections of the Lieu and Fpleen.
3 Catarrh, Cmiglt, Influenza, Asthma, (sobers
not eansial by organic disease of the iteart,)
oneititi 3 , Pleurisy, Rheumatism of the
Chest, Consumption in the early stages.
4 (travel, Dlattet is, Mai Kipnty Complaints.
S Rheumatism, Clout, Lumbago. Stiff
Epinal Diseases, flip Diseases. Cancers, Tu
' Mors; (those last named al ways ruled with
out pain, or cutting, or plasters in any
y ord, we propose to cure all curable digs,
We have no conneclidn' whatever with any,
tothealeetrieat oflice in this or ally other county
All letters address to
WM. BREWSTER, XL D,,
READ QUARTERS ,
• • NEW G C OODS.
D. P. WIN .
INFOBMS TUE PUBLIC
~ THAT ITE , HAS '
SPLENDID STOCK of NEW GOODS .
CAN'T BE BEAT
COME AND SEE. • •
lluntingduq Octobor 9, '67.
GLAZIER & BRO.,
DRY ,GOODS, DRESS GOODS, BATS;
NOTIONS; BOOTS AND SHOES. ' '
VVASl:4ligtOrl Iltreet, near the Jail
Having purchased nut* Winter Goods atm tho Into
heavy decline, we can anon' to offer euperlor Inducements
to buyers. •
.Nashua and Prints, from 8 cts ap,
Heavy Unb!mislid Shootings, yard wide, 15 Ms,
Heavy yard wide Tick-11;3s. 30 chi,
Best Winter Delitinos, , 22 and 25 dB,
All Wool Dalai nos, 45 to 65 Ms,
Double width Woul Plaido, 60 eta,
}hairy Plaid Poplins, $1.30, , -
Wool Flannel; 23 to el/ eta a yard,
Wool Blankets, $3.00 to $lO.OO a pair,
Wool Shawls, $1.25 tc, $lO.OO
Balmoral Skirts, st2s to $1.50,
Other Goods Id proportion,
Iluntingdop, Nov. 6,1867.
CI, 0 T N G
; ••• ; ' PoR
CHE4P CLOTHING STORE.
For tleptlonisinle Clothing of flintiest matorlal,and made
in the lima workmanlike manner, call at
, oppcialte me Franklin Mahe In Market Square, Hunting
RPE TING OF ALL KINDS
At CUNNEMETAdt WNW&
A. at tea7.;•ciLicnTAH k CAB lON'S:
trAKE 'pleasure in . aenounciug
/ CifiZOO , of Ilentingden county/ad vicinity 'that they
have jug returned from the East with a '
LARGE STOCK OP GOODS,
Mardi thoy 4 hero pep opened out at their now store,
ONE DOOR EAST OF THE WASHINGTON HOTEL
piefr,stock comfits of •,
DRY GOODS, '
'HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS 'AND SHOES;
GROCERIES, ' •
FLOUR AND FEED,
, TOBACCO, SEGA.RS,
CEDAR - WARE,
• , OIL CLOTHS,
' . OILS,
• PAINTS, &C.,.
CARPETS, CARPET CHAIN,
, FISH, SALT, CHEFS E,
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES, tic. &a
They bare a large stock of
LADIES' 'DRESS GOODS;
ConaMting ot.SILIKS, MOLIAIRS, ALPACAS, rormis,
LUSTRES, OINOJIAIIS, MERINOS, PLAIDS, DE
LAINES, Ac., &c.,•&c. • "
'Also, al largo as aorta:tont of
A FULL LINE OF WHITE GOODS
will sell 1 , 7110 - LESALTI and RETAIL. - •,, r
All goods delivered ro residences In depots ;
reeofchnrgo.., • • / : •
.13Ivn its n trial before pur9iating elso,wherp. , ; •
-,; • . JOIINSTON 4.•WAT'ESON
ituntingdon. Ax rB 3,18,07: • - t
. • •,
We aye nom, receiving by Ca
and Railroad from , the , east
ern and western cities;,
DRY GOADS &cr.ROcERIES
, r '
Of every dese,r4ltiotiY
FLOUR- FEED, - . •
Of all, kind;,i.
40C)1 2 1..1.8..
Anthracite; Pittsburgh; and
Broad Top Coal for sale by the
Cart or Boat. load:
Boards i .Plank ; Shingles, Plas.
tering Lath; in large or :small
and Bar at manu
facturers' prices.. ,
• : HENRY , ,LCO:,
je26 ' 'l,Vintin'gclon Pa.
- • .1
, , •
• 73143 , 3iiXlgCif4lC2. ' 3•511..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL !DEALER IN
FOR - 40 k . DO:II:ITJC.
DRY G Q . , 9 1/S.,
CAPS, CARPE GS,
This is the Store, Where Goods
- are Sold 'CHEA.P.
CHEAP.; GROCERY STORki:
.10 . 31EITV*InEitiElL,
• HILL ST:, GDON,
T" . iltderaigeecl Offere'for the
.slivotion and ptirchase ofatistomars filar& and as:
sorted stock of Groceries, Provisi.ms, &e. lid feallisatia
fled they cat ,beaccomedeted with anything in his lino.
Ilia prices ire low; and his 'stock fresh 'and good:
keeps the best of •• , ;:, - • • 7 „
; ,StrGrAti., CQP.F,EB, , .
TOBACCO & SEGARS; •
BOOTS AND SHOES, •
• HATS & CAPS; &e: :
: Arm— •
HAMS, SHOULDEBS, SIDES,
,• MOLASSES, OILS, VINEGAR, .•.,
And N,0,T,1 O'N S of every, kind:
_A select stock of DRY GOODS, togetheiwith QUEERS
WAIkYIr anfll all other articles • kopt in a nail rvgulaked
establtahment for sale nt reasonable prime
; fall Ills store to en 41111 street, nearly opposite the
Dank, apd in the room formcvly occupied by D. Grove. •
wounine. • TENTER.
lisutimplOo,•o4. S, 1861 . • • • ' • •
GOOD:NEWS FOE- MOTHERS.-
Alothors, AM you Om : eased with anxiety for yqur NUM'
ones V Aro your slumbers and' 'Jonas , brokeit by • their
cries! no you uwahe bathe morning uurefrosluid and up
prehousive 7 Ipso, procure at once a bottle of Dv. Leone
lufaut. Remedy end you will have no more weary hours
of watching; and anxiety.
1: i •
DR. LEON'S. INVANT REMEDY,
Ras stood the test of years. Thobsands of -nurses and
mothers hoar witness that it never fails to givo relief 'if
used in season. It is a mild, yet aura and speedy cuts for.
Colic, °rumps and Windy Paine, and in Invaluable for
complaints incident to Teething.
Sold by Druggista thioughout thelfulted Stntes, fld•
dress all orders ;(/ .
ZIEQLER & SMITH,
N 0.137 Nth. Third Street, Milan's.
A LAINIA: AND WELLiA§.BOIiTDD STDOIt 09
4T REDUCED PRICES,
" Jvet reedy . ed at
UD,O L f'l3;''S
vttliaVElA QT. TAtnlos3
In thi 8 department, which wilt at all titdasticeisa toy
strict attention, I hare a wall osorted display Of
Dress' Trimmings, Cloak gal' &aqua
wings, Drese Buttons, Oloves,Nalls, Zephyr .
• • Knit Shawls, Robins, Roods, Sontags, naiad- •
kerchiefs, Fall Hata, Ilatand fkinnotlsrames, - _
- Taint Itlbtrens, Corsets, lloslipry, and latost
style Sacqnro from $5 to $3O.
. 4 313NTS' DEPARTNLVNT.
•Ilatirand styles;thith 60 •cectb` l to
$lO, Shirts, Drawers, gloves, Neck Tiespeol
hosiery, and every artlole kept In
first class Furnishing Store.-
By making my business a 'specialty, f 'hope to moot
with such patronage from- the public as kill enable me
to keep continually on hand a largo and wall selected
'dock of first class goods, 'Whilst keeping up to the
fashion in overy.article, I will sell cheaper than the
• • W. P. NenNtmiqr;
_ pposty Latstees New ituliding
T® riLI;EE •
' W. • 113,
itroutti respectfully inform the Ladles of Huntingdon
and the country generally, that he has Just returned
from New 'York and , Phllndelphia,-',ultere .hq has put ,
chased a largeetock orgiiods almost • . ,
Exettysi+Era IiADIES AND OHILDHEN.
,Furnishing Goods, FAIX3" and , .;••••,
Dress Trimmings; Ladies' Under* garments,,
Morino,Veste and Drawers, Corsets,. halm° , - '
' role, Hoop Skirts, Shawls, Scarfs, Hoods, knit
, of ruined: styles and patterns, tattles' and
" Al so
'Cldhlron's Stockings , of alkstyies and'
Dress Goods,lPrints;Melaides, Staid', Al.
pace ea, Gloghams e lSroor9 ae4 Blenched
~; tins, A -n.O .• •
Gents' Undershirts, Drawers, and,Sto,ckings.j
All goods sold • at thelowest cash 'prices, and as cheap
as ,the cheapest+ •, G•• • , • , •
- • • r• •
OPI'OSIPH THE PHIST ' N/TIONArt
, Huntingdon Nov.6,lBtnt 'tn.% , • - 4
t ilthtiiiiiilitOaittl-1: : '
7:q - - - i,YffE ! 'NEWLY:,: -. :# Ai 14:i10
.1 . 1 . 1 I Abi'D -ALL.II:T 'WAN+.
NO,;.F4tilitiare . ' i *O.
r.IIB undersigned would - iiSiceptfulli
Lannonnee,tbai ha mainiithatfired and baare capatantly
on band p lal.gp pad ap)atnid aseartment • -
• :J 9 . • 0 BIIREADS,,;IIIIDBTgADS,
- •• •WA§I.I AND,CANDLB STANDS
"Windsor and cane , seat ebolre, cupboards, gilt and, rose.
wood moulding for Mirror and picture frames 'and, a ~yarir „
l i P i til l O ig 'P ßl P.
E N,9)PIa 000.04
tlE l ofrapto
patent spring Red Batton - 1.
Tile public are invited to tall and examinefos stoek
before nurebosing,elsowberw,) : . • • •
Work and sales room on, gqi street, near. Smith', ens
door west of renter's store. '
• • ! .TAllre3 grOGEffi:J
ifULtingdoti, 1800 , ,
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in '
AT X Xi', MIL 3EI
Respectfully Invites the attention;of •the Public to his
Stand on' 3ili et., "Huntingdon, In the rear.pMeorgeW
SwartzWatelt and Jewalrystbro; where be manufactures
and keeps all binds of Furnitqre at reduced prices. 1 Per-
Sons wishing hipurehase, will do well to giro him a
itopeirmg of ail kinds attended to promptly rib:rebukes
•Zis•- Aied, llndertaking'carried on, and Coffins' made 5q
any style desired, at short notice.- , '
" The subscriber has a,
—74 . , `" NEW AND ELEOAkr HEA.U . ST
and is prepared to attend Innitiale at any piece in toms .
• Huntingdon, May 9,1869-4
NOTICE', TO ALL„'
HILL STREET: MARKET,'
OPPOSITE THE TIRST NATIONAL BANN; I - ,
1111 DP, G. 11.10itRISON respectfully in.-
lA,I forms the citizens of ifuntlngdop end s vie!¢Styi
that he continue? the meat market business in all Its
rious branches, and will keep constantly on hand ; •
- Fresh Beef, Pork, Pudding and Sausage', salt -
Beef and Park, Canned Fruit and Vegetables; •rt '
' Spices of all kiade,Cataufia and Sauces, 2:00, ,
Soaps, Cheese, Salt; Lard, 2 0 ; 2 04 '
, ? •
AB of which he:Will continue' to sell at reeteanabinprices
The !Aghast price? paid for hides and tallow. "/Thomas I
Coldei, 'at Alexandria, and Ma - rah 4 Bro., at Coffee Bon,.
are my agents to purchase' at their places. '
Thankful for past patronage, I eolicit a continuance of .
the same. _ • _ It. G. 1401110 SON,
I„lutitingclon, Oct. 30,1801
: • '•
JOHN 11. WF. ! STITROOK: Da •
Reopectfully informs ilia citizens `of Ilontioitdon end:
vicinity Mettle hdeliott received from the city n Nilv and
splendid etock,of t} A, • - 7 • ,;
BOOTS r& SHOESiItA.TS'& CAPS,
_Hosiery, ShoO" Cdrpet ?ScToks,
Tr!inki; ' &c.,, (Pe.,
al/ of I;4i/chili/Is 'propa ' cato eell et gicattiMdfcodPriteee
Don's twist the old eland in tho Diamond. Old ceetii
more and the public gemmally are invited to call.:
Huntingdon, May 1, 1807 ,
N E . W130,9T 4% 1 . 1 sitht tstx4:h.
jlnforms the * piddle, that Lo h. - Jeet -
qpoped at hie old India in thoinatnorid;
'F,ine, Assortment of-all kinds' of
BOOTS - AND„SHQES,,, , ,
For.Ladlee,:GenlleMart and .Children,'
_ All ofiotblah•ho will Coll at fideprlces. , LQlliclo seat and
small profits. Call and examine my,atock. , , r
. Mantifaotdrineand Repairing dond to tear fl natal,
li a n t i PSP° , gay ii2867.:7...,1
p.,,?OEO.'SHAEFFER, . .
• • 4041i#
.7•7llas.teq,returned fyoln the eettyltk
. 7 (‘• SPLENDID STOCK
, •"'-'• c'?-, t , '
BOOTS,' 5it04;5 1 , 1
iiitich hal:die:10o the inaPnotion of Jets nnetememand
the public genteralry, Ito wjtl aeil hie stock at j the most
and those who pnrchaetionce . wilFeurely -
BOOTS &' SHOES MADE TG ORDER,
'mil ItEPAltillqd il'ono n tlin nodedilind - rnoirixpedl.
tious Ixtponsr. .. .1 ~1 tr, -.: I; t ,-',' 1 . .. -,
Call upon 51 . r. Soluleffes at,hls shop on 11111 street, a
row doors u dot of tho'DiikiiithulP '' ' —• 'Eay2 • ' '
iAScN lIIBROYInIF,NT IN TiiallT
We take plheenre tu,puttlng before the
Ail for burning rat, lard or tallow, wnieh ,h 1 gapers:lr
to any'ot the kind - ever Introduced . • it' dArers' fri1 3 ,41
others, as it does,not reeuiredhe te,t,to ba,toeljocl , e re
It ' heSte the fat by a copper pipe, whip aou
dads the' heetunder the tat and mate ti inatnedlately.
Thousands of the lamps have Imp sold and oto
plalatithere been made. All Lamps warranted togas
general sattelastion, gr. the Tdoney taint:dad. •
A rare opportun,ity is offered to any person or 'persona
that May with to"engage 31 the - business. Htatlng4el
end atialin eanntioe nrip 44. told la towedllPe at.r.veeetr
nbielirma to null purchasers. A sample lamp Will h 4
forwarded to any reriion on receipt ptratell price, •
and forwarded at my easel:tea,
Wilr either sell territory or pay agents' by the' day eI
pleas. Agents are*Maltlag from $ 5 to -sus per dol, for
tbey sell very Mt. They
. are what every person meas.
:All letters, recelvaproinpt, attention.
Address or pall on ~ D. WALESA,
Airy Dale, Huntingdon county, Pa.
SIHTLamp rosy be seen at the Fratiltlin,Housein Hunt,
linden; Me. Hughes' Store, creels, and at the hotel
In Costs-l:e, seal.
.7, AI. MU