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Wednesday morning, Dee, 25, 1867,
LOCAL , &-PERSONAL
Local Advert is em eats
Advertisements (puffs or notices)
published in local columns at ten cents
a line single insertion, counting seven
words to a line. tf.
No roper. Next Week..
As usual the hands employed in the
printing offices-of town want a few
days for pleasure, like other peop'e,
and intend to keep the Holidays. No
paper will be issued next week.
gOur Carrier will be on hand with
his address, on New Year's morning.
.11EY''The Pennsylvania RailroadCo'.
will give excursion tickets from Mon
day, December 23d, to Saturday, Jan
liErNall papering can bo done as
well in the winter as summer. Beau
tiful new styles just seceived at Lewis'
The Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
have just erected a fine framo ware
house, with ticket office and passenger
room therein, at. Mapleton station,
re_A. German woman on the etni
grant •train•gave -birth to a child bo
twcen"Newton Hamilton and Mount
Unkin, one day last week. The moth
er stopped with the little passenger at
a hotel in Mt. Union. h lived only
.=Before purchasing Articles for
rase'and present during the holidays,
- we would suggest to our readers to
, consult the advertising columns of
- this paper. It should be the object of
•overy man, woman and child, to pa
tronize borne trade and industry. .
110:-We invite attention of dealers to
'card of E. N.eGrow & Co., Pittsburg.
Our friend J. S. BerkkreSser, of Coal
mont, is an agent for the firm, who
will be pleased! to take _orders, and
guarantee all goods to give satisfac
AnsalloGarvenaged about eleven
years, a daughter of' Mr. Thomas Me-
Garvey, of Mill Creek, recently swal
lowed a gun•cap, which poisoned her,
and before any antidote 'could be ad
ministered, resulted in her death.
Good Things for the Holidays
Everybody can find something good
-at Lewis' Family Grocery. Dried
'Fruits, Canned Fruits, Vegetables, Oy
-sters, Cranberries, Candies in great
-variety, &c., &c., &A Also toys for
The town was well crowded last
week•with sleds and sleighs. Every
body appeared to enjoy the snow. The
Teachers Institute was a grand suc
cess—the best ever held in the county.
Mr. Tussey, Superintendent, deserves
and receives great praise for the indus-
Ary-an4_laborin making it a success.
The Rev. A. J. Barrow will preach
in the Episcopal Church, this place, on
Christmas night, a sermon suitable to
the occasion, at '7l o'clock. There will
be services on the following Sabbath,
morning and afternoon, at the usual
hours. The Church has been decora
ted for the occasion.'
We learn that a gentleman, who was
recently married in the town of Delphi,
Indiana, came to Bloody Run, Bedford
county, on a wedding tour. He was
there only a few days, with his wife,
when he was suddenly attacked with
typhoid fever, and died. On Friday
last his corpse was taken in a coffin to
his relatives. How truly can we say :
"In the midst of life we aro in death !"
• •It affords us pleasure to announce
•tha't J. C. Blair, proprietor of the Hun
tingdon Circulating Library, has now
permanently established that desired
institution, and is prepared to furnish
the .reading. community with an op►
poitunity to converse with all the au
thors, past and present, for a moderato
compensation. For terms, - and in
ducements, see his advertisement.
Ile-Rev. 3". S. : Kieffer, pastor of the
German Reformed congregation of this
rplaCe,'preached his farewell sermon on
Sunday evening last. 'Re has gone to
take the;eha - rge gt:Hagmtown, Md.—
During the short period he has been
in our Midit lio , Won many friends by
his genial demeanor, many admirers
by his able discourses, and withal, was
the eens of building up the church
with' which he was connected.
Rev. Mr. Sykes, Professor of the
Westmoreland University, will preach
in the church next Sabbath evening.
Fast Piece of Business.
"A- subscriber" in Alexandria sends
ns the following item, which may be of
interest- to shoemakers hereabouts and
elsewhere : - ' -
I have been told by Dr. G. W. Hew
itt that - D. S. Henderson, of this place,
one day last week, commenced cutting
nut- ; a pair-ot boots for him (Dr. Hew.
j.tt) at quarter-past two o'clock, and
xn.ad,e and finished them by half past
nine of the same day—making them in
seven hours and a quarter. Can that
be beaten in the cordwainer ring?
Our town is again infested with
thieves, and the consequence wo have
to chronicle some bold robberies com
mitted by them.- On Saturday night
last a party of them made an attack
upon the grocery of Mr. John liagey,
on Washington street, but after batter.
ing the door, they found entrance im
pregnable and left. Either they or an
other set made a more successful entry
the same night into the shoe shop of
Mr. Lewis Richter, from wimnee they
decamped with several pairs of boots.
We would caution our citizens to be
on the look-out for the thieyos, and
give them a warm reception.
New Styles of Wall Paper for
1868, now arriving at Lewis' Thais
m_ Ar .• Toys for the children at Lewis
DPW CLAMATIO N. —IV lIE RE AS, by
a precept to me directed, dated at Huntingdon, the
23d of November, A. D. ISO 7. under the hands and seal
of the Hon. George 'l'a3 tor, President of tho Court of
C 0311311011 EMS, Oyer and Tel miner,and general jail deliv
ery of the 91th Juilki•il Dktilet of Pennsylyania, canine.
sea of Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria counties; and the
lion. Anthony .1 WAN er and David Cl ti Lien, his assoc
ales, Judges ul the county of Ilnlithigdon, justices as.
signed. appointed to heir, uy and dotal mine all and en cry
intizettneuts made or taken or or concerning all mimes.
which by the laws of the state are made t.motal, or felon
tes of death, and other edit aces, m inies and misdemeanors,
which hate been or shall hereafter be Committed or perpe
trated, for mimes alines:Ml-1 inn commanded to make
public in orientation tilt engin - int my it ludo bailiwick, that
a Court of Oycr and Terminer, of Csminton Pleas and
Quart, Sessions, will be held at the Com t House in the
110301101 of Huntingdon, oil the second Monday (and 1313
day) of JANUARY, and those w Ito mill ptosecute the
bald prisoners, he then and there to prosecuto them as it
shall be just, and that all Justices of tho Peace, Coroner
and Constables within said county, be then and theta in
their proper persons at 10 o'clock, a. m. of said day, with
their records, Inquisitions, examinations and remembran
ces; to do those things width to their aims respectively
Dated at Huntingdon, the ISth December, In the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-scion,
and the 91st year of American Independence.
JAS. F. BATHURST, Sheriff.
PRO - CLAIMATION.--W HERE A S; by
a precept to um directed by the Judges of the Com
mon Pleas of the comity of Huntingdon, bearing test tho
23d of November, A. D 1507, IDM C 011113111111.1031 to make
public Proclamation thiongliont my whole bailiwick, that
a Court of Common Picas will be held at the Court House
in the borough of Huntingdo '
n on the 3rd Monday (ant
20th day) of JANUARY, 1565, for the trial of 3111 is.
BIWA in said Court which remain undetermined belore
the said Judges, when and whore all jurors, witnesses, and
suitors, in the trials of full issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon, the 15th December, in the year of
our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and Siztty.seven,
and time 9lst year of American Independence.
JAS. F. BATHURST, Wterilr.
JANUARY TERM, 1868.
Win. W. Paul & Co. To P. P. Baker, of
D. T. Owens • no Riegel Faster.
Mrs. It. Corbin vs Henry &rouse A: Co
W. W. & D 0 Entrikon, f a re Alicha,•l Stan°.
Sam° -vs ,Saino.
Dr. P. eibbenberger's ears. - es Wilma & Lorena.
Wood .11 Bacon. vs A. P. Wilson.
Jacob Missal' vs John B. Weaver.
Jobs McCaban's airs. vs A. P.
George C. Hamilton vs David Fosse.
Elizabeth Gratz, et al vs Alva Chilcott, of al.
Enos Rogers vs The township of Cromwell
and bor. of Orblsonia.
Samuel Campbell vs Same.
David Blair vs W. E. McMurtrie. com. of
George Nola vs Wm. &tenon'surge-.
Jacob C. Coualnuart vs The township of Cromwell
and bore: of Orbisenin.
- P. M. 'Lytle • to Julio W. Muttons.
Win. A. Orbiumi Ts Thomas Turloy and wife.
Martin Bell va John McElwee.
G. W. B. Sipe --v3 A. h. Guss.
Mary Buoy vs J. K. McCehan.
Thomas 'Burley & wife vs McGrath & Piper.
Wilson & Potriken vs Simon Cohn, et al
0. W. leett vs David (hove.
Jacob Dorman va Janteo Entriken, at al.
John Bell, et al vs John Morgan, et al.
Christian Woavor vs II to It T H It It & Coal Co.
John H Danford for use vs David Blair.
Cyrus W. Itemonderfer vs The bor. of Huntingdon.
alartiu Gate's admitir vs James Morrow.
lira. MeFarland'a guard's va Mifflin t Centro co. P. II Co
Westly M. Akers vs The Broad' op on Co.
John B Shenefolt TS lYni. Wilson.
Wm M. Weigley vs John W. Maori),
Benj. F. Clark vs Thdhlas Hall.
Wm. 11. Briggs for usa Samuel Okesou, et al.
Sarno vs Same.
J. It. SIMPSON, Prothonotary.
Prothonotary a 01800, Dec.lB, 186.
Baker John, carpenter, Clay
Chamberlain Jas. inn keeper, War'mk
Culegate Oliver, farmer, Cromwell
Coulier Junies, farmer, Tell
Donaldson Isaac, farmer, Lincoln
Evans Samuel .D., farmer, Tell
Enyeart Davis G., teacher, Penn
Ilorncr Isaac, farmer, Barree
Isenberg Lich. carpenter, Alexandria
Lewis Wm , editor, Huntingdon
Locke Philip, farmer, Springfield
Locke Simon, blacksmith, Dublin
McCoy Joseph, farmer, Walker
Morrow John, farmer, Dublin
Miller D. P., M. D., Huntingdon
Miller Geo. WT, fanner, Union
Miller Jacob C, farmer, Barron
Peterson James, farmer, Dublin
Park Joseph, firmer, Cass
Shoope Jeremian, farmer, Shirley
Spelik David, farmer, Juniata
Sollers Jacob, carpenter, Springfield
Wray William, farmer, Franklin
Wilson - lit:pry, surveyor, Oneida
TRAVERSE JURORS-FIRST WEEK.
Beaver Samuel, firmer, Penn
Baird Harry, blacksmith, Shirley Bor.
Boyer. John G., merchant, Penn
&giber John, farmer, Groin well
Claubaugh John, laborer, Walker
Cresswell Jacob, surveyor, Cassville
Conrad Daniel, farmer, Franklin
Covert J. B , stonemason, Springfleld
Dell Levi, farmer, Union
Dean Abraham, carpenter, Juniata
Frazier John 8.,
Foster John B , farmer, Shirley
Gayton John, farmer, Union
Griffith John, farmer, Tod
Gates Thomas, laborer, Franklin
Grafilus Robert, farmer, Porter
Haslett R. F., inn keeper, Morris
Houck Adams, farmer, Tod
Hamilton John C. farmer, Wrest
Henderson David, farmer, Morris
Hagans John, shoemaker, Barren
Heifner Benjamin farmer, Walker
Kelley Thomas, farmer,- Cromwell
Love William, farmer, Tell
Lang Washington, butcher, Walker
Lloyd William, gunsmith,,Franklin
McNeal Robt. G. farmer, Clay
Myton Wm. B, farmer, Jackson
Mateer Henry 11. plasterer, Brady
Myton Alfred, farmer, West
McNeal Alexandria, farmer, Clay
Mierley John, farmer, Union
Miller Martin V., farmer, Union
McFadden Wm. 'coachman, Jackson
Neff Benjamin K. farmer, West
Porter George B. farmer, West
Painter David, manager, Brady
Spangler John, farmer, Cass
Slack Job, mechanic, Barree
Shinefelt Abraham, farmer, Juniata
Seeds Hugh, gentleman, Franklin
Simpson Murry, farmer, Huntingdon
Stevens Frank, merchant, Mt Union
Weaver Alfred, carpenter, Brady
Wakeffeld Augustus, farmer, Shirley
Weaver Jacob, farmer, Hopewell
Weight David, farmer - Juniata,"
Zentmyer M. merchant; Warriorsmark
TRAVERSE JURORS-SECOND WEEK.
Appleby William, farmer, Dublin
Aeyers Hiram, forgeman, Alexandria
Brown William, farmer, Cass
Briggs A. G. farmer, Tell
Bales Simon, farmer, Henderson
Buck waiter Jonas, farmer, Walker
Berkstresser George, Hopewell
Baker John, farmer, Tod
Chilcote Solomon, farmer, Tod
Crownover Berta, laborer, Jackson
Corbin John, carpenter, Juniata
Emerick James, laborer, Franklin
Grubb Joseph, farmer, Penn
Gibboney Joseph, gentleman, Barrco
Goodman Jacob, farmer, Brady
Johnson Samuel, cooper, Penn
Johnson Geo. W. merchant, West
Keenan Thomas, railroad boss, Penn
Madden Gideon, farmer, Springfield
Marra Martin, inn keeper, Carbon
Martin Isaac, farmer, Porter
Mitdden Wm. Esq , farmer, Clay
Marlin, James T., currier, Clay
Metz Jonathan, merchant, West
Along David, farmer, Wartiorsmark
Myton James, farmer, West
neCallan James, laborer, Henderson
McLaughlin Wm, merchant, Mt Union
Owens Perry, merchant, Warrioram'k
Painter Jacob, farmer, Cromwell
Shade J. A„ H. D , Dublin
Speck Abraham, farmer, Brady
Shaver Peter, merchant. Mt Union
Smyers William, mason, Clay
Gates David, farmer, Franklin
Laird Robert A. farmer, Porter
With the advent of 1868, comes Leap
Year, and this suggests to our minds;
whether it would be proper to leap
out of the frying pan into the firel
Whether it is safe to "leap in the
dark ?" Whether it would not be well
to "look before you leap ?" W hether
it is politic to "leap at a conclusion ?"
Whether it is etiquette for young lady
to leap into the arms of a handsome
dry-goods clerk, just because "the cat
scared her so ?" Whether it would be
policy for the said clerk to "leap to
the rear," and rot embrace the—op.
portunity ? Whether it would be more
than right if our young men were to—
not leap—but just walk into LEWIS'
BOOK STORE and purchase a nice Christ
mas present for some "fair friend?"
They will there find a supply suitable
for just such a purpose. Call around.
Ladles Dresses and Boys Clothing.
The undersigned inform the public
that they are prepared to make Ladies
Dresses of all kinds in the most . sub
stantial and fashionable styles. Also
Boys' Clothing. They respectfully so
licit a share of patronage.
B. ANNIE M'CABE.
Huntingdon, Dec. 10, 1807,—tf.
What Every housekeeper Should have
Fisk's new patent fire Damper will
save coal and make heat, add to your
comfort and save money. We have
one in our stove in the Book Store and
wouldn't think .of having it remov
ed: A trial is sufficient to make it the
popular damper in use. IL should be in
A Merry Chrttmas and. Harpy New Year
Christmas Gifts of all kinds for the
young or old. ..11on't forget the little
ones, but call at Blair's Book Store for
Juveniles all sizes, bright and plain
binding. Store open till 9 o'clock P. M.
during the holidays.
You can buy your presents cheaper
at A. L. Lewis' new store in -Leister's
new building, Huntingdon.
At Books for the Holidays—a hand
some assortment—for sale at Lewis'
le—Musical Instruments, fancy and
useful articles,Tor sale at Lewis' Book
Blank Books for the desk and
pocket, for sale at Lewis' Book Store.
We judge from the immense
sales that Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved
(new sty/e) Hair Restorer or Dressing
(in one bottle) is preferred by every
~ Every Druggist sells it. Price
One Dollar. - .
Are the pure juice of the grope,
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 17th of December, at the
residence of the bride's mother, Mr.
T. J. MILLER, of Barree township, to
Miss MARY E. OBURIC, of Jackson twp ,
Huntingdon county, Pennsylvania.
In Mooresville on December 13th,
JOHN ThomrsoN, Esq., aged 68 years.
On Saturday afternoon last, ANNIE,
daughter of Mrs. A. and Jos. 11. Car
- On the 20th of December, 1567, at
the residence of her father, in Trough
Creek Valley, Mrs. MARY K. wife of
Levi Evans, Esq., of Goalmont, aged
34 years, 2 months.
TAEAFNESS, BLINDNESS and OA
TARIM treated with the utmost success, by J.
IbAACS, M. D.. Oculist and Aurist, (formerly of Loydon,
llollund,) N. , . 805 ARCH street Phil sdelphin. Teigituonb
els front the most reliable sources in the city aide nu
tty can no seen nt his Wilco. The medical faculty are In
vited to accompany their patients, as he has no secrets
in time p notice. Artificial Eyes inserted without pain...
No char g e for examination. myS•lyblu
PIIILADELPIIIA, Dec. 21, 1867
Superfine Flour at $7,,•2508,25 extra at $8,50@j9, fancy
eat,a family SWI4 and Penna)l,linla Pointy $9,75
10,76, and fancy Wands sl2,7sEntd,OU according to quality.
It) o flout $9,00.
Prime Wheat is scarce hero. Choice now at $2,0002,50
NU 'lite $2,email@example.com. Rya at $1,70631,71. Corn 1,40 to 1,42
Oats at Sc.s ' Bailey malt at $1,55.
Cloveriired $7,1208,00 ;According to quality; Timothy at
$2,40q - e2,6s;,Vla.bseed $2.5502,50 per Imehol.
rtristutton, 'Dec. 21.—Flour.—There Is a local demand
Wo quote salts of spring oiliest Flour at $10,75010,75,
Muter Flour at $11,60012.05 fancy at $1:10120.
Wheat, v. Mei ,$2,5002,55 and No. 1 B1)114;82,60,02,05
Corn lion, Bret hands atsl,oo. Rya, $1,50 per bushel. Oats
08(ii,70e; Barley 1,90051,65, Shoulders 12e; sides 3/1c;
hams 183.de, Lnrdl33.:;:c.
Cateacio Dec. 21.—Flout dull spring extra 89,15@0,50.
Whiter, $8,5009,50. Bluing 11 heat Is at $1,8801,79.
Corn 1,00. Oulu, 55ctit.
Nuw Your, Dec. 21.-1104 olosel at $1,3334
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY HENRY & CO.
Superfine Flour, $lO,OO, Eggs
Extra Flour, old. 11,00:Feathers IV lb
Family Flour 12,00 Flaxseed
Red................. 22,25 Hops . f lb
White' Wheat "35 Kam, smoked
Apple Butter re ga110u...1,25 Hay V ton
Bark per cord 0 OU hard
Batley 100 Largo Onions V bus..
Butter ......... ............ ...... 35. Mixed Chop
Buckwheat Meal If cwt.. 4,00 Potatoes V bus
Bran cwt 1,25 Piaster pet ton
'Rivas V dos 3,oo®l,o(Pltags q 3 10.1
Beeswax V lb '0 Rya
Beaus If hue 2.0 C Rye Chop V cwt...
Clorerseed it lii lbs.. ... .6,50: Rye Straw 0 ,, 1 bundie,
Chickens 25; Shorts V cwt
Country Soap 10, Shoulder
Ruse Corn 90 to 1,00 Sidon
Corn Meal V cwt..... ......2,2,i tallow
Dried Apples Vbu ...... 'timothy
Dried Cherries '43 quart..-12 Turke3s V, lb
Dried Peaches V lb 15 Wool V lb
Dried Beef "0 Pork V, lb
Be. rtt lb Hillard Ucal . . „„$7,00
Broad Top V ton $2,00 © 2,501
REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
TI'HE undersigned have established
Agoucy iq tho Borough of
For tho purchase oud sale of all Muds of
And trill giro prompt attention to the sale nod lotting of
Houses, litmus, Building Lots, and all other Beal Bs4 to
business entrusted to their care.
A convenient and well finished DWELLING in West
Huntingdon ; pleasantly situated; a well of good water
on the piemlbes ; n covered pump, and other convenlea,
A handsome RESIDENCE in the Borough of Hunting
don, courouiently locatod In a central portion of the
'Also. a two-story flame DWELL'S° ; Price, $OOO.
Persons [1054 ipg. to putglidso, sell, or rent, will address
or apply in 'mewl, to
wee (wow° the Court House,
i„;;, Cams to the premises of the subscriber, Hying in
Tod township. Huntingdon county, two stray STBERS.
One is a red yearling muley. and no mark on the ears;
the other is two years and a half old, chiefly white, his
head and neck red, large horns and short tall, and qo
nitwit on the ears. The owner is requested to come for
ward, move propoity, pay charges, and take them away,
other also they will be disposed of according to law.
:TS AA° McLain
wcE twp Ike. 4, 1.L87.
MORRISON'S COVE FARM FOR
This Farm is situated on Piney Cieek about four miles
from Williamsburg, atliolnin.; tpringllsld Fortino prop
erty. It Contains 165 ACRES, of which about 25 acres is
young chestnut timber, all under good fence.
The improvements are a first class lIARN, nearly new,
with Wagon Shed. Corn crib, &c.; a stone DWELLING
HOUSE, also new; leg Dwelling, large and well selected
Orchard, etc, etc.
There is an abundant supply of water by means of ca
pacious cisterns which in seven years experience have
never failed Is furnishing all the water required; also by
the erectt which bounds,the farm.
Further particulars my ho lota on oppllcatlon to tho
undersigned, towiding in Huntingdon.
Huntingdon, Nov. 15, 1557
FARM FOR SALE.
THE undersigned offers a Farm for
sale, being apart of the ono he resides on In Hun
tingdon County. about ono mile mot of the town of Or.
Immla. situated on the Aughwick Creek, containing
about 125 acres; about 70 notes cleared and in a good
stab, of cultivation, with a good two story log house,
and thJ magonry work of a bank barO. Also a young
apple walla, ti [reel) of ode t varieties, with a good
Otto for grape cultme. The cleared bud is good arable
bottom land of on eastern slope.
TERMS—Ono thothand dollars on confirmation of sale,
the balance in too equal annual 1.03 meats with interest
seemed by bond and mortgage. A good title trill be giv
en and possessioli on the that flay of April next.
.o.'y For further pat ticulars apply to the subscriber on
tho premisoo.• JUIIN B 41LENE1111.17.
, Oct.% 1807.
QIIERIFF'S SALES.—By virtue of,
L. 3 writs of Lay. Eu. nod Vend, Expo. directed to me,
will expose to public sale or outcry, at the Court house
in tho Borough of Huntingdon, on MONDAY, thu Batt
of JANUARY, 186 S, at 2 o'clock, P. M., the following
described property to wit:
A tract of unseated land situate in
in Cronwell township, Huntingdon county, adjoining
lands Or TOOIIIII4 Ortikorda, limiest on heirs, Bailor's
improvenieut, sad otheis ; containing 100 acres, morn or
ALSO, a tract of mateated land eltuato br Cromwell tp.,
county aforesaid, adjoining limns of ltrotester's belts,
—MeConaughy, and others, containing 100 acres, morn
Also, a tract of inhionted land, situate in Case town.
ship, county aforesaid, adjoining Abram 1 aylor and Jos.
Sta, ea, containing GI autos, morn or less.
Atso, a exact of unseated laud situate in Cass township,
county afoielaid, adjoining lands of Abram Taylor, Joe.
Stover, had others, containing 34 acres, more or less.
ALco,,a trout of unseated land situate In Cass township,
county aforesaid, adjoining lauds of Samuel 11. Green and
Abram Taylor, containing 23 acres, more or less.
Amo, a tract of unseated laud situate In Cass to‘vnalilp,
county afora,aid, adjoining MeConaughy's imprekvement,
Lens & 31cTitty, and others, containing 100 area, more
Also, a tract of cultivated land situate in Cass town.
ship, county aforesaid. udjoining lands of Elijah Sellers
and Abram Taylor, containing I nero and 52 perches, (no
buildings) Seized, taken in execitt.on, and to be sold as
the property of !leery Taylor.
ALSO—AII that building located on
a lot of ground situate in Warriorsmark Townsh p,
Lluutiondon County, fronting on the south side of the
Turnpike road leading from Huntingdon Purnaco to War
riorsmark, ono hundred and seventy-five feet, the said
lot being it triangle and tho other two side. being about
200 foot' each, bounded on tho east by lauds of Archibald
Illitchleon, and on the west or South-west by lot of Mary
Matthew Hutchison. Thu sold building Is a two storied
flame duelling honso, weather boarded outside and plas
tered inside, with shingle roof, boing 2 by 26 feat, in
Ake, the first story boing 734 feet high, and the wood
story 614 feat high, One° rooms on the first floor and four
rooms ou the second floor, the ground covored by said
building and so much uthor ground immediately adja
cent theieto as may be mous cry for the ordinary nod
useful porposes of the same. Seized, taken in execution
and to be sold as the property .of Sarah Patterson, oho
was nonleaded It MI John Pattorsou her husband.
NOTICE vo Puttenssans.—Biddera at Sheriff's Sales will
take notice that immediately ups the property being
knocked down, filly per cent. of all bids under $lOO. and
twentpfive per cent, of all Was over that sum, must bo
paid to the Sheriff, or the property Nllll be set up again
and sold to other battlers who twill comply with the above
It court continnea two weeks deed acknowledged on
Wednesday of second week. One week's court, property
knocked down on Monday end deed eckn,..wledgod on file
JAS. F. BATHURST, Sheriff.
Huntingdon, Doc. 18, 1807.
REGISTER'S NOTlCE.—Notice is
het eby given, to all porbons interested, Oita tho fol
low fug named persona have settled their accounts in Om
Regiater's Office, at Iluntingdon,tual that the said accounts
trill he presented for confit :nation and allowance at an
Orphans' Court, to bo held at Huntingdon, In nod for the
county of llontingdon, on Monday', the 11th day of
JANUARY next, (1818.) to wit:
1 The final account of Ephraim Hazlet, Executor of the
Last will and testament of Maria Fleming, late of Brady
2 Boattliatrildp account of Isaac Oatenkirk, guardian of
the minor cla:dieu of Martin Flouting, late of Brady twp.,
3 The final nccount of John W. Mnttern, admlnintra
tor do hoofs non cum testninento annex.° of John
late of Brady ton uship, deceased.
4 Administration itccount of James McElroy adminis
trator of tam estate of P.O. Davis, deceased.
5 Adnanistration account of Abraham Ilarnish end
Lou Is 11. Knodo oxemitoret of the lust n ill and testoment
of Margarette. Sn mum, lute of Porter township, decooqed
0 .4dministratios account of David Maier, talmiiils.
[rotor of Robert Gifford, Into of the borough of 011,1.'-
7 Final account of William 'Madden, adtninisirator
cum testa annex" of Jacob Boobur, lath of doingfield
8 Account of ‘lattill..B F. tiltoop,executor of tiro Not n ill
and testament of Jane Piper, into of Tell twp., deceased.
9 Administration acconnt of James Miller and Jantra
Stun:tit, execu tors of Thomas Miller, Into of Barree twp.,
10 Adminintration account of Snail I. Leonard, admlnla
trator of Id din 11, vin, Into of Cromwell towle.hip, thed.
11 Final adnilnintration noomint of Michael J. Martin
'on d Asaph Pi ire. adiondatratoin pf tlio undo ofJoitpli
Martin, Into of Tod ton nehip, deport:4d,
12 Administration itt,cotint of David Ashton, adminin
trator of Thonias Ashton, Into of Solug4olii township,
13 Guardianship account of Sam!. Cummins, guardian
of Wm C. Cuuunins, Into of Jackson township, decensud.
14 Guardianship account of Catharine B. Shaver, pow
Catharine Stewart, guardian of Catharine E. shaver, a
minor daughter of Wm. Shaver, deceawd.
15 Final administration account of Geo. Jackson and
Robin t Flewpmg. 114111i4ibtrIltOr8 of James Stewart, late of
Jackson township, duce:med.
10 Administration account of A. W. Snoopo nod ,Tula
Clayton. Sr., executors of HEM Gilleland, late of Union
township, deed. Fils..4 by S. W. Swinspo. acting °stocker
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BOX NO. j6OB, Miladelpliitt P. 0
LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATHS.
HE3ILOCK, PINE BILL STUFF,
Boards, Flank. Shingles, Plastering and Shingling
Lath, constantly or. hand. •
Wotked Sloorhtn, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Door and Win
dow Fratups, fm nished at manufao were' prices.
Grain and country product genPrally bought at market
rates. WAGONER. & BRO.,
aog2B-tt: iNiti.t?uriso Cer,t:e cc, Pa.
CUNNINGHAM & CARMON
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
For Sale at Wholesale Prices,
SUCH AS, ALL WOOL
Huntingdon, July 3, 1867.
R. R. BRYAN
DR. WILLIAM BREWSTER,
laFor the benefit of those proposing to undertake
Electrical treatment for diwasca the give in the
following list a few of the more prominent nod
most common complaluts met with lu our prac -
tice, in all of which we are most SUNTESDII. IN
NEARIX ALL CASES or CHRONIC DISEASE, ELECTRICI
ETI IS A SURE REMLDY, AND IN ALL CASES lIENLEICIAL,
IP PROPEPLY APPLIED. Thoee, thelefore, afflicted
- with colonialists not here enumerated, need hare
nu hesitation to apply ing,and whether 01113' iIELILP,
Or n PERMANENT CURE can he effected, they will
receive replies seem dingly. All CODILIIIIIIkaDOTIS
1 Epropy, Chorea, St. Vitus' Dance, Paralysis,
Neuralgia, 113steria, Nervousness, ralpita
tionrof the Ileart,LOck,lew, etc. -
2 bore Throat, Dyspepsia.lliarrlica.t, Dysentery,
Obstinate Constipation, lientorrhoids, or
Piles, Bilious, Flatulent. and l'aln , er's
and all affections of the Liver and Spleen.
3 Calm Hi, Cough, Influenza, Asthma, (where
not caused by organic ditlf,lSO of the heart)
Bronchitis, Bleuriky, Rheumatism of the
Chest, Consumption to therearly stages.
4 Gravel, Diabotis, and Kipney Complaints.
I Rheumatism,' Gout, Lumbago. Still Neck,
Spinal Diseases, Hip Diseases. Cancers, Tu
mors; (those last named al ways cured mitts
- out pain, °scuffing, or plastsrs in any form)
Ina Wool, we propose to cute all curable dis
We have no connection ultatefer with any
other:Electrical onion In thin or uuy other county
All loth:Is vamp to
WM. BREWSTER, M. D.,
No more Bald Heads !
ELECTRIC HAIR RENEWER,
is pronounced by all who Imvo used it tho Tory best
prtporatiou for the Hair. It Is a positive curs fur Bald
ness, eradicates Dandruff nod Humors, stops the hair
from faking out, nod speedily restores„ Gray Locks to
than . origiard hue and Inannauca.
It operate, on the secretions and filly the glands with
new life and coloring matter. Thin, <d. faded or gray
hair will always be brought back by a fow applications,
to Ito youthful abundance, vitality and oulor.
It makes the hair milt, glossy, flagrant, pleasant to the
touch and easy to arrange. Dry, wiry and intractable
locks become ;milt, pliant and disposed to remain in any
desired position. As u Dam Dressing It has no equal
Tho sales are onornicapo and it Is a llollonsia favorite with
old nod lonia of both sex.. . .
bold by lit uggisis throughout tbo Video.' Slab.. Ad
4..3.1a Olt Ulthati to _.._. -
ZEIGLER & SMITH,
.1.17 Nth. Third St., Philadelphia
STEAM PEARL MILL,
THIS MILL is u complete success in
tho tuaziuracturo or FLOUR, dm. It Lev lately Wen
thoroughly repaired and is now in good running order
and In fall operation.
The burro and chuppcts aro new and of superior gnat
ity—cannot be monad. Ant we aro gratilled to know
that our wort: has given entire oatisfuction to our Cults
morn, to whom NVO tender our thanhu.
We have In our employ ono of the bust millers In the
county, and n faithful sail capable engineer. T itts equip
pod and encouraged, we are determined co pmeevere in
our efforts to neemumed de nod please the public, hoping
thereby to intuit and receive a liberal share of patronage
to invtain us In our enterprise for the public) Interest.
Minket price paid for the different hinds of grain on
Floor laud Chop, on liana, for mole.
.101 IN K. McCAIIAN S SON
Huntingdon, Nov. 20, IStIT
GLAZIER & BRO.,
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS. ILL S,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
GROCERIES, QUEENSIFARE, (Dc., cfc
Washington street, near the Jail
[loving purchased our Winter Goods since, tho Into
heavy decline, We can sdlord to offer soon lot induremeAts
fi$RE kD OUR rincEs.-ett
Moslins and Pi iota, from S CtS up,
heavy Unbleachod Shootings, yard wide, 15 els
Heavy Sind .Ido lekingd, 30 ebb
. Bost Winter Delaines, 22 and 22 cts,
All Wool Delaines, 45 to 05 cis,
Double width Wool Plaids, 50 els,
Heavy Plaid Poplins, $l.OO,
Wool Flannels, 20 to 50 ets a yard,
Wool $lOO to $lO.OO a pair,
Wool SIMMS, $1,25 to. $lO.OO
Balmoral Ski, ts, $1.25 to $1 50. .
tither Uoods in proportion. . . •
ITuutlngdon, Nov. 0,1867.
FALL AND WINTER,
R 0 A N'.B
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE. ,
For Oentlemen'e Clothing of the bent material, and suede
in the beet workmanlike manner, call at
opposite toe Franklin House in Market Square, limiting
ENERGETIC MEN AND LADIES
WANTED to Canvass for tho
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ZIEGLER, MCCURDY & CO.,
n06.4m No. 014 Arch streat, Philadelphia.
STOVES, GRATES, RANGES, &C.
ANY of p bovc articles can be bad
.L.Lby addressing the subscriber. Stores of all kinds
Rua sizes to suit the Wants of all.
We call tip attention of the public to the
AUTOCRAT COOKING STOVE,
ado= beyond competition. It is a pretty pat
tern, good baker, with largo oven, and suitable
for either coal or wood. Stoves furnished at
foundry prices. Any person wishlog to purchase
a stove without cooking utensils can dose, and the prices
of all the atticles will bo deducted. All doles warrant
ed. Samples can be teen at Mr. Ilughe's store, Mill
Creek, or at the residence of the =Neither.
All parlor stoves furnished at km prices. Stoves de-
livered at any railroad station.
salad! Airy Dale, liuntingdon county, Pa
No more Gray Loe
JO NSTON &WATTSON
TAKE pleasure in announcing to the
1 (dare. ut lientingdon county and ‘icinity that they
have jail retained front the East with a
LARGE STOCK OF GOODS,
Which they have just opened out at their now store,
ONE DOOR EAST 01? TIIE WASHINGTON ROTEL
Tlio;r stock conslsts of
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FLOUR AND FEED,
CEDAR • WARE,
CARPETS, CARPET CHAIN,
FISH, SALT, CHEESE,
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES, &c. &c.
Thoy Imvo a largo stook of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Cowl:stint; of SILKS, MOHAIR:S, ALPACAS, POPLINS,
LUSTRES, GINO HAMS, MERINOS, PLAIDS, DE
LAMES, &c., &c., Sc.
Ala.', a large as sortment of
DRESS TRIMMINGS ; EMBROIDE
RY, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
A FULL LINE OF WHITE GOODS
Wo will sell WHOLESALE and RETAIL
All goods delivered to reiddenees in town unit ilepoto,
Give nil a trial Ware parchaning
JOIINSToN & WATTSON
lloutlngdon. Apra By 1867
By Canal iSz Railroad.
We are norrreceiving by Ca
nal and Railroad from the east;
ern and western cities,
DRY GOODS& GROCERIES
• Of every description,
Of all kinds
Anthracite, Pittsburgh, and
Broad Top Coal for sale by the
Cart or Boat load.
Boards, Plank, Shingles, Plas
tering Lath, in large or small
Nails and Bar ron, at manu
1-1 - LAntiii g do4, Pa
ow,twa Peaches, Teinutoes, reels and Cora.
, rAfso, •-,
Spiced Lobster, Oyeters, Chow el ow; Wucceetoreliire
entice, Feeucli Blueter4,ll.orse itodlolu Ibppos puce, Cat
eµp, 011vo Oil„ 4c., 3:c, end •
All kinds of Syrups;
etwi; qe ettawberry, pineapple, blackberij, &c
CALL AND SEE.
SILVER'S WASH DAHER !
SAVES TIME, LAIWA MONEY.
!lakes Washing 4 Pastime and Pion
(l4 a Festival.
507,11 EVERYISITERN,. TRY ITI
Marra RU Mora to the Manufacturer&
- ZIEGLER &, SMITH,
Chemists. and Wholesale Druggists,
u01t.27.1y N 0.137 Nth. Third Street, Phllad'a.
,r„AH''., ISAAC K. STAUFFER El
TVA TaIIMAKER and JEWELER,
N. 11S North 2d Street, corner of Quarry,
An assortment of 'Watches, Jewelry, Silsor and Plated
%Faro constantly ou hand.
SUITABLE FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS!
Amy-Repairing of Watches and Jewelry promptly at
tended to. n0v.27-1,
TO THE LADIES
Tho best assortment of
LIt2PTIOS I 8., S,,
Just received this day from New York and for sale at tho
cheap cash storo of IF3I. MARCH h
A splendid assortment of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
FANCY TRI WAIN GE4 AND BUTTONS
Jcot Modred this day from New York and for sale cheap
at [may7i :Lfate LI h BRO.
THE PLACE Tu BUY
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS
FOR FALL; A. 2 1 77) WINTER.
W.MARCII I _BRO.
Respectfully Inform the public generally [bat they
have Just roteived u largo and splendid stock of goods at
their store In Iluutingdor, c anteing lo part of
BOOTS & SHOES,
lIATS, OAPS, TINWARE,
LADIES' FANCY TRININIINGS,
HOOP SKIRTS,BoNsErs, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW IV A It E,
QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE,
Also ; CARPETS and OIL-CLOTH,
Aud in factUverythlng that is usually kept In wfiret class
store, all which were bought low' for cash and will
told at correspondingly low prices for cash, or counlry
produce. Enid request the public to give us a call before
purchasing elsewhere, feeling satisfied WO cau offer sup,
riot inducements to cash buyers.
Wo reepectfully solicit the patronage of all. and the
public are cordially invited to examine car goods.
Everything taken in exchange for goods except prom;,
W3I. 3IARCII & BRO
lloutiogdon, oc. 9, 1807,
-- -NEW GOODt.
INFORMS THE PUBLIQ
THAT HE HAS
SPLENDIL STOCK of NEW 000D8
CAN'T *BE BEAT
CHILAPNESS AND QUALITY
COME AND SEE
Iluothigilon, October 9, 'B7
A. L. LEWIS,
LEISTER S NEW BUILDING,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
DR Y (400DS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, CAPSi. OARPETINGS,
OIL CLOTHS, QUEENSWARIS
This is the Store, Where Goode
are Sold. CHEAP.
July 17, r67.-tf
NOTICE TO ALL,
HILL STREET MARKET,
. Q. thZORItISON reepßetfatly in
form the citizens orlfunthigdon and vlchtiltr
t Int nu,cuutitines the meat mark,at busineskip all it. W. ,
Ibms branches , anda IA keep goastp,cly 9,1 k.
Fteoll Beet Pont. Ptuklittg eaul Suunge, alt -
Durand Pork, Conned Yraltaial Vegetables, -
Splona of all kinds, Cotauga Rad SaycehTap,a„
Soups, Cheoso, Salt, Lunt Sc ,
All of which he will Continue to soil at reasonable prices,
The bightst prices paid for hides and tallow. Thomas.
Colder. at Alexandria and March & lire.. at Cotter. Patti,
are fly agents to purchase at their places. .
Thankful for past patronage, I-solicit a cordipuanca g
the same. It. (1,, 31,1)1i1tiOl2 t
Iluatingdon, Oct. 30, 180. .
A N IMPROVEMENT IN LIGHT t
We take pleasure in putting before the public a
L 4.11 E. for burning fat, lord or tallow, which is superior
to any'of.the kind ever introduced. It differs from all,
others, as it does not require the fat to be malted before.
lighting. It beats the flit by a copper pipe, which con.
ducts the beat under the fat and melts it immediately.
Thousands of the lamps have been sold and no com,
plaints have been 7matio. 'All Latium warriatod to giro
general satisfaction, or the money refunded,
A rare opportoelty Is °awed toasty person or persons
that may wish to eagno a the bßedaes.9.litatlattdom
and Minn contains will 1.10 , gold towiadtkpa at reason.
able terms to, suit plarchasers. A stipple lump will be
forwarded to auy person oat receipt of retail price, $1,50,
and forwarded at My expense.
Will either sell territory or pay agents by the day or
piece. Agents std hulking from $5 to $l5 per day, for
they toll very fast. They are what every person needs,
qll letters will receive prompt attention.
Address or call on D. WALKER,
-Airy Dale, Ituutingdommuuty, Fa,
ARP - Lamp may be icon a the Franklin Houeein Hank
ingdun ; Mr. Hughes' Store, Mill Creek, and at the hotek
GOOD NEWS FOR MOTHERS.
Met hero, ore you 0p9.0.,1 with anxiety for' your little
ones Are your elumbers and hearts broken their
cries? po you awake in thu morning unrefreshed end op.
prelietlsl.? If no, proem aat once a bottle of Dr. Wait
Infant Remedy and you u Imye Ito tore wear• hours
of ,satching and anxiety.
DR. LEON'S INVANT RRMEDY,
Ifas stood the test of years. Thousands of nurses and
mothers bear nitric,, that tt never fails to give relief if
'Vial In season. It to anuld, yet sussed speedy cure for
Colts, Cramps and Windy l'atne, and is insaluable for all
complaints incident to Teeth ing.
Sold by Druggists throughout the United States. Ad
dress all °Alin a to _
ZIEGLER & SMITH,
SOLE PRO PR lETOR S.
No 137 Nth. Third :Arent. PWlnd'a
WINDOW _CURTAIN PAPERS,,
A LARGE ~STOCK'
Window Curtain Papers,
LEWIS' 1300 K STORE.
Cl ROUND ALUM AND SALINA
a - SALT at CU:42VIROTIAM CAR:VONT.
D. P. owIN,