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Wednesday morning, March 4, 1868,
„LOCAL & PERSONAL.
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—ReV.. James Linn;-D. D., - died at
Bellefonte- on Sunday morning last,
aged 85 years.
—The Democratic n - i - ajoiity in Al
toona on the vote ror Mayor was only
30, instead of 225 as stated last week.
—Samuel hull, ;he murderer of
Conductor PUrlier„bas been sentenced
to eight years in tho Western Peniten
—➢loses 31.,}Ioist, of Bratton town-
ship, Mifflin county, died ,suddenly of
heart 'disease. ..ito rhitd.bectlehopping
wood,-and foil - down - dead. -.1
—Everybody in buying Leingstroth's
Patent Beo 11ive.., - Enyeart, Shirley Sr,
Bro. are selling township and individ
—A long letter from Lion. L. W.
Hall is published in the Altoona Trib
une of, last week. He was enjoying
himself iq Rome, at the time of writing
the letter; January 31st.
—ES-Gov. A. G. Curtin is to have a
new residence, in Bellefonte. The
building is to be of white sand stone
found on the mountains in Blair coun
ty along the Pennsylvania railroad.
—The German Turners of Johns
town had a masquerade • ball on Mon
day night a week. It is said to have
been.a grand affair. About 150 masks
:were present, and fully 250 spectators.
—Tho MRploton MUsical Society,
-under .Pr - df. SifireT, assisted - by Prof.
Coyle, of this place, - will give a grand
concert of vocal and instrumental mu
sic, in the Presbyterian church of Ma
pleton, on Thursday evening, March 12
—Prolific: D. M. Holsinger, near
Newry, this county, was favored with
two pair of twin calves lately, bearing
.n striking resemblance to each other,
And doing well.—Tyrone Herald. Is
; it possible !,
—Mr. IViT6rley, the saloon keeper
mho fell out of the second story 'win
dow, bas recovered from his injuries,
and is as lively as before. We sup
pose he bas.learned by this time not
to play gymnastics at such a lofty al
critic window blind firetory
of Wm. Adams, of Altoona, was de
.stroyed by fire, about a week ago, in
volving a loss of some $2,000, with an
insurance of only $5OO. Supposed to
have been the work of en incendiary.
This is the second or third misfortune
of the kind which has befell Mr. A.
—The protracted services in the
Methodist church of Altoona have
closed. No more powerful reviv a l h as
ever been witnessed in that vicinity.
We learn that there were two hundred
and sixty-eight who professed conver
sion, and two hundred and thirty-six
have united with the church.
—One of the Indiana courts has de
cided that whispering or laughing in
church is a disturbance of public wor.
ship and liable to hoary penalty.—
Those who are in the habit of disturb
ing congregations in this place, would
do well to take a passport thither, and
learn a .few practical lessons on church
—lt is said that when a Spaniard
eats a peach, or any kind of fruit with
a tree-bearing seed, Le digs a hole in
the ground with his heel, and plants
in it the seed. Therefore, aging the
country roads in many parts of Spain,
fruits of all kinds aro abundant and
free. We think if our neighboring
farmers would do likewise, they might
save much of their fruit in the orchard
from the attacks of mischievous boys.
—The tannery in lleYeytown,
;which was burned on Saturday a week
last, belonged to Messrs. Myers &
Johnson. The fire it is supposed eith
er originated from the boiler furnace,
or from a quantity of lime which was
boarded up in the cellar, and to which
water may have found its way on 'the
previous day. The total loss occasion
ed by the fire to tho tannery and sev
eral adjoining buildings is estimated at
$ll,OOO. This is the first fire that has
taken place in that town i'or twenty
years, when a house was burned to the
—People aro often troubled with
severe coughs, the result of colds of
long standing, which may turn to con
sumption or premature death. Hard
coughs cause sleepless nights by con
stant irritation of the throat, and a
strong effort to throw off the offensive
matter from the lungs. The remedy
we propose has been tried with good
results, which is simply to take into
the stomach before retiring for the
piglita piece of raw onion, after chew
ing. This esculent in an uncooked
state is very heating, and collects the
water from the lungs and throat, caus
ing immediate relief, Let the afflict
ed try it.
Republican Senatovial Conference.
Pursuant to notice, the conferees
from the t3o9Cral counties composing
the 21st Senatorial District, met at
the "Morrison House," Huntingdon,
on Friday, Feb. 28th, at 11 o'clock A.
M., for the purpose of electing dole
gates to the State Convention, which
meets in Philadelphia on the 11th of
On motion, B. C. Humes, of Centro
county, was elected Chairman, and E.
B. MeCrum, of Blair, Secretary.
The following Conferees presented
their credentials, and took seats in the
Blair—Saco') Burley, I). T. Cald
well, B. B. M.ternm.
Cctitre—E. W. Flale, Jobn Irvin, E.
Runtingdon—Wm. Dorris, A.L. Ty
burst, T. IL Cromer.
Juniata—J. J. Patterson, H. H.
Wilson, Cornelius McClelland. •
.2111ifiiii—Boht. Gamble, M. Buoy, S.
Perry—Samuel Roth, J. W. Franks,
J. H. Sheik)ly.
On motion, the Conference proceed
ed to the nomination of delegates.
Mr. Burley nominated S. McCam
ant, of Blair.
Mr. Buoy nominated A. B. Ander
son, of Perry.
Mr. Franks nominated Kirk Haines,
Mr, Patterson nominated Wm.
„Lloyd, of Blair.
Mr. Dorris read a letter from John
Scott, Esq., of Huntingdon, the choice
of Huntingdon county for delegate,
withdrawing hie name in favor of the
choice of Centro- county, whereupon
Mr. Dorris nominated Edmund Blan•
chard, of Centro.
On motion, the nominations closed.
On motion, that the Conference ad-
journ to meet at half past one o'clock.
Negatived, by a vote of I) to 13.
On motion, the Conference proceed
ed to ballot for two delegates, the
counties being called in alphabetical
order, arid Conferees voting viva voce.
Messrs. Burley, Caldwell, McCrum,
Buoy-4, voted for Samuel McCam
Mr. Buoy-4, voted for A. B. Ander
Alessi's. Barley, Caldwell, MeCram,
Hale, Irvin, names, Dorris, Tyburst,
Cruller, Gamble, Hanley, Franks,
Sheibly-13, voted for Kirk Haines.
Messrs. Patterson, Wilson, McClel
land, Roth-4, voted foe Win. M.
Messrs. Hale, Irvin, Humes, Dorris,
Ty-burst, Cremer, Patterson, Wilson,
McClelland, Gamble, Hanley, Roth,
Franks, Sheibly--44, voted for Ed
On motion of Jacob Burley, the
nomination of Messrs. Blanebard. and
Haines was made unanimous.
Mr. Cromer offered the following
preamble ayd resolutions, which were
unanimously adopted :
WDETtE.I9, The Republican party has im
plicit confidence in the ability, wisdom and
statesmanship of Gen. U. S. Grant, and his
devotion to the Republican principles as ex
emplified by his readiness to support the re
construction measures of Congress.
AND WITEREAS, The Republicans of Um
Senatorial District have an abiding faith in
the wisdom and fidelity of Pennsylvania's pa
triotic war• Governor and "Soldier's friend,"
Andrew G. Curtin, therefore
Resolved, That our Delegates to the Re
publican State Chuvention are hereby in
structed to use all honorable means to secure
as our choice, the nomination of Gen. U. S.
Grant for President, and lion. A. G. Curtin,
for Vice President
Reso/ved, That in Gen. J. M. Campbell,
and Gen. J. F. Ilartranft, we recognize two
unflinching soldiers, as well as able and faith
ful public officers, and our delegates are
hereby instructed to support their re-nomin
ation fur Surveyor General and Auditor Gen
Resolved, That the Republican party as
sorts its devotion to the Constitution of the
United States, and the laws passed in pur
suance thereof ; that the recent action of
Andrew Johnson, Vice President, acting as
President of the United States, setting at
naught a law enacted in constitutional form,
thus at once defying the will of the National
Legislature, assuming to himself the func
tions of the Judiciary, and refusing to dis
charge his duties as the Executive, required
and justified the action of the House of Rep
resentatives, resolving to impeach him ; that
the country will now rest satisfied with noth
ing short of a firm, dignified and impartial
trial in accordance with the forma of law,
and will sustain and abide by the ultimate
decision of the Senate, after such trial,
On motion, the Conference reeom•
mended that the future Conferences of
the_District be held at Huntingdon,
that point being most convenient for
sll parts of the district.
On motion, adjourned.
E. C. HUMES, Preet.
E. B MeCnum, Sec' y.
Good Templars' Festival
The Good Temphit's:Festival which
was held on Friday and Saturday eve
nings, was a decided success. There
were many attractive features at the
affair, among which were the Art Gal
lery and Post Office, both of which
were well patronized. The voting for
the Block and Gavel excited so much
interest and competition that the lazy
man was left in the shade. Thu Noting
was between the friends of the Young
lien's Christian Association and the
Independent Order of Good Templars.
The former won the prize by 41 ma
jority, the vote standing 358 to 317.
The whole affair passed off pleasantly,
and it will bo remembered with do
light by all who took part in it. No
little fun was created on the first eve
ning by a burlesque on the past and
present style of bonnets, and on the
second evening by a comedy which
may be entitled "The Presentation of
a Wood Horse and Saw to the Laziest
Man in all the Town." The Band was
present both evenings, and well sits
tamed its wide-spread reputation.
The house of Mr. John B. Shenefelt,
living in Cromwell township,' this
county, caught firo on Sunday morn
ing, the 22d nit , about 8 o'clock. The
flames were extinguished, however,
before doing much damage. The fire
originated from sparks falling on the
roof which had become very dry.—
There is another family living in the
same house; by their aid and that of
his own family, and the spring being
near at hand, the house was saved.
Rev. Daniel Ilartman, of Altoona,
will deliver a lecture on Temperance,
in the Court 40950, on next Friday
evening, at seven o'clock. Admission
free. All aro respectfully invited to
la- For neat JOB PRINTING, call at
the -Chow: Jun PRINTINO Grezen," at ilun
List of Jurors
For April Session, 1868. Drawn, Febru
ary 20th, 1868.
Thomas 11. Adams, merchant, Mt. Union
Reuben Beck, farmer, Warriors Mark
William Butler, shoemaker, Hopewell
John Brewster, merchant, Walker
Henry Clapper, farmer, Hopewell
Wm. S. Entriken, farmer, Lincoln
Henry Graffies, farmer, Porter
John - Gemmill, farmer, Porter
Daniel 11. Grove, farmer, Penn
S. L. Glasgow, farmer, Clay
David Hamilton, farmer, Cass
Thomas 11. Ruling, farmer. Shirley
George Hoffman, tanner, Mt. Union
Alex. Magee, farmer, Toll
Stephen Miller, farmer, West
George Mountain, farmer, Juniata
Geo. J, NunernakerAfarmor, Springfield
John Piper, farmer, Ted
William Robb, farmer, Walker
Jacob Stouffer, farmer, Tell
George W. B. Sipes, clerk, Cass
W. S. Thompson, inn keeper, Orbisonin,
Martin Walker, farmer, Barreo
John Zen tmiro, farmer, Porter
TRAVERSE JUIVoRS — FIRST WEEK.
John B. Appleby, carpenter, Dublin
Harrison Benson, farmer, Tod
Jonathan Brindle, farmer, Lincoln •
George S. Baker, farmer, Springfield
Henry lt BeerS, farmer, Cromwell
George M. Bell, farmer, Jackson
Andrew Crownover, merchant, Barree
Jacob Chileote, farmer, Cass
J. F. Chi!cote, farmer, Springfield
John G. Decker, wagon maker, West
John Dougherty, agent, Mt. Union
James Entriken, gentleman, Lincoln
David Ender, jr, gentleman, Mt. Union
Isaac Enyoart, farmer, Cromwell
Robert Gifford, Caviller, Shirley
Edward Horton, ficrmer, Tud •
James E. Harper, farmer, Dbblin
Jacob Hoover, farmer, Penn
James Hutchison, farmer, Henderson
Themes Hamer, farmer, Walker
Joseph Isenberg, farmer, Warriorsmark
William Jackson, farmer, Jackson
John 11, Kennedy, J. P., Alexandria
Daniel Kaufman, laborer, Mapleton
John 11. .Lightner, J. P., Shirloysburg
William Laird, carpenter, Porter
Peter Myers, tailor, Shirley
James D. McNeal, farmer, Clay
Samuel Mattern, merchant, Franklin
John A. Mtirtin, farmer, Ranee
Abs.e Norris, farmer, Walker
A. P. Owens, gentleman, Warriersmark
George W. Porter, farmer, Jackson
Peter Piper, tamer, Porter
Jonah J. Reed, farmer, Carbon
Jesse Rutter, farmer, Springfield
Nicholas Ileider, mason, Clay
John A. Shultz, farmer, Henderson
George W. Shultz, farmer•, Lincoln
Philip Schneider, farmer, Henderson
George Stever, farmer, Cass
Jacob B. Screen°, plasterer, Clay
B. T. Stevens, teacher, Clay
Michael Stair, farmer, Cromwell
Richard S. Starr, saddler, Orbisonia
George W. Thompson, M. D., Brady
William H. Walker, limier, Alexandria
Franklin Wingate, carpenter, Barren
TRAVERSE JURORS-SECOND WECK.
Jonas Buckwalter, farmer, Walker
Henry Brumbaugh, farmer, Pena
Lewis Bigtow, blacksmith, Jackson
William Bell, farmer, Shirley
Joshua Brown, farmer, Springfield
John C. Bolinger, farmer, Cromwell
Andrew Carberry, farmer, Hopewell
William Crownover, miller, Jackson
James 0. Carothers, farmer, Brady
John W. Cbilento, farmer, Cromwell
Samuel:Douglas, farmer, Shirley
A. W. Evans, J. P., Cassville
Samuel H. Ewing, farmer, West
William Gohrett, saddler, Cassvillo
E. A. Green, iron master, Brady
James L. Hunt. farmer, Clay
James Harper, farmer, Cromwell
Henry Harris, farmer, Walker
Henry F. Horton, farmer, Tud
Nicholas Isenberg, auctioneer, Alexandria
William Jordan, farmer, Cromwell
John Jackson, farmer, Jackson
James Long, farmer, Springfield
Samuel B. Linn, farmer, Springfield
Abraham Megalian, J. P., Penn
Samuel illoVitty, tanner, Clay
William McPaddem, blacksmith, Jackson
Henry G. Neff, farmer, Porter
Henry Neff, farmer, West
Philip Piper, laborer, Alexandria
D. M. Painter, manager, Brady
William Reed, Saddler, Penn
Daniel Snyder, blacksmith, Porter
rdward Trimbatb, miner, Warriorsmark
Samuel 'Work, farmer, Porter
John Zimmerman, carpenter, Tud
Notice to Teachers.
The undersigned has made an ar
rangement with Prof. Kuhn of ,liln•
wood Academy, Shade Gap, to teach
during the months of May and Juno,
in that Institution. The object is to
give instruction in the branches re
quired by law to bo taught in our coin
mon schools. A number of young per
sons desirous of teaching have signi
fied their willingness to attend, and if
there are others who desire to attend
thisSehool they can be accommodated.
I have no pecuniary interest what
ever in this arrangement, and my on
ly object is to afford all the assistance
in my power to increase the number of
better qualified teachers. Teachers
who received a low grade of certificate
this year must improve or by another
year• their services will bo dispensed
with. . The State Superintendent has
earnestly urged the importance of
raising the standard of teacher's qual
ifications, and the best interests of cup
schools imperatively demand that this
should be done.
The School opens on the first Wed
nesday in May, and continues five
months. Terms per month for
Board, Tuition, and Room Rent.—
Those who wish to study the I,ningua ,
g,es or the Higher Mhthomatics can do
so in the regular classes of that insti•
Prof Kuhn brings high testimonials
as an accomplished teacher, and has I
believe given general satisfaction du
ring the time ho has taught in our
county. D. F. TUBSEY,
Feb. 20, 1808
Grape wine for Siekriese
Decidedly one of the nieost and most
creditable of any advertised article wo
have ever seen, is the wino bearing the
above name, from the vineyard of Mr.
Alfred Speer, of Passaic, New Jersey.
This wine is expressed from the Opor-
to grape, which under the hand of Mr.
Speer, has been brought to a state of
great perfection. The wino possesses
the very highest medicinal virtues,
and eertajnly as an article of beverage
it is not, in our judgment to be Bur.
passed in colbr, taste, or any ,of the
qualities N.vhich constitute a pure, mild
and agreeable wino.—Boston Tran
cure for the Cat Disease
A gentleman has just informed us of
a cure for the eat disease. It is sim
ply to take some of Pon tz's Cattle Pow
dor, and mix it with the eat's feed or
milk. He says the cure has been tried
in a number of eases, in his neighbor
hocid, and very seldom failed.
A E6—Musical Instruments, fancy and
useful articles, for Sale at IJe)vis' Book
—Tho Steel farm in Juniata town
ship was sold to Win. Mosser for $3500
—Radical Restoration. Its good ef
fects aro permanent. It not only re
stores the color of the .hair, but the
quantity and natural glossiness. This
is said by every ono using Mrs. S. A
Allen's Improved (new style) Hair Re
toror or Dressing, (in on bottle.) Every
Druggist sells it. Prico one Dollar.
Are the pure juice of the grape, and are
unexcelled by any native vintage. They con
tain valuable medicinal properties, and aro
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.
Feb. 6th., at the Franklin louse, by
Rev. Thomas Barnhart, Mr. EDWARD
RUNK, of Phillipsburg, Centre Co., and
Miss Euz.s. GmmAx, of Franklinvillo,
Huntingdon County, Pa.
Feb. 26th, by the same, Mr. JACOB P.
larmr, and Miss ANNIE E. TuoursoN,
both of MeAlavey's Fort, 'Huntingdon
Feb. 11th, at tho residence of the
bride's father, by Rev. J. 5pan0;.,, , 10,
Mr. Wu. B. LUKENS, of Atkiusotes Mill
Mifflin County, to Miss KATE M. Ml ) ..
ERs, of Hill Valley, Huntingdon Couny,
Feb. 18th, by Elder Wm. Howe, Mr.
WM. W. SNYDER., of White County, In
diana, to Miss SENATII BASEIORE, of
Huntingdon, formerly of Mifflin Coun
At the residence of the bride's ball
ot., on Tuesday, Feb. 18th, by Rev. fr.
B. MeClosky, of Milroy, Mr. J. H.
Tuomas, of Indiana, to Miss LIB EE.
°DEMURE:, of Huntingdon County.
In Westmoreland County, at tho res
idence of the bride's father, Feb. 4th,
Mr. J. C. ALLISON, of Huntingdon Co.,
to Miss ELLEN I. SEMON, of Westmore
On the lath February, by Rev. J. A.
DeMoyer, Mr. MORDECAI M. TATE, to
Miss ELIZA J. BAILY, both of Jackson
On the 26th February, by the same,
Mr. COLLINS HAILER, of Porter town
ship, to Miss ALMIRA G. WALDsmtru,
of Oneida Township.
At Fort Littleton, Fob. 22d, by Rev.
S. A Creveling, Mr. Tuos KELLEY, to
Mrs. CATHARINE GILLiLANn, both of
Huntingdon County, P.
On the 25th ult., at the residence of
the bride's father Dr. M. Miller, by
Rev. R. B. Wilson, Dr. W. L. DUFF, to
Miss TILLIE MILLER., all of McAlavey's
Fort, Huntingdon County, Pa.
Near Manor Hill, on the —„Febru
ary, Mrs. ANN SILKNITTER, aged 7G
CHILLS AND FEVER, DYSPEPSIA,
LIVER COMPLAINT, AND KIDNEY
3IISJILER'S TIRED HITTERS
llns mad more diseases nhere it has been used, tlinn
all other Medicines combined. It is the only remedy
that really purifies the blood, and has never railed in mi
ring Dyspepsia, Fever and Agno, and Inseasoa of tub
Sold by MI Druggists and Dealers.
DM S. D. HARTMAN CO, Proprietors, LANCASTER,
Po., nod Cwctco, Trueiois. Im
PEAFRESS, BLINDNESS and CA
TARRH treated pith the utmost success, by T.
cAACS, 31. D., Oculca and A urist, (formerly of Leyden,
Itolhual,) N... 805 A Hell street. Phil .dolphin. Te, t intent
elm from the most teltable sources in the city and c me.
try tau he sees! at his office. The medical faculty are En
siled to accompany their patients, RS he has no secret,
in his p notice. Artificial Eyes Inserted nithout }sin.—
No charge for examination. toy 8.13 btu
F UM:MUTS A141,11E N
J. VULI.AII'AY toll it traduce, at his ova pxpense,)/is
Alt-Reeling nod Strengthening Salve, a sovereign remedy
for louse 'Week, local rlnumatism, pain In 1110 silo and
breast, fresh wounds, bruises, sprains. .nealiness in the
joints, crick in the back, old sores, riostod feet. en ellinge,
nitinbnesi, ague in the lace and breast, clacked hoods,
bites, corns on the feet, and occasional s ten of innst,
kinds to %lido], flee human family is sithjoet.
P.For cola nt. Lens' Family tifaccrY,
Superfine Floor of $1".25C43,25 extra at .S.RO O.:di fancy
extra - Calmly $10(011. and Pennaylvaffin 'loony $10,500
12,26 . , nod trotcy b out $12,75'614,00 occol ding to quality.
Itye fluor SY,6. S.
Pi hoe N\ heat Is scarce bore. Choice rod ak $2:1202,50
m bits $4,00©3,20. Ilyo at $1,70(1 1,72. Corn 1,18 to 1,20
Vats nt 78c. Batley malt at $2,00,
Cloverseed $8,5000,75 acroi.linz to gnallty; Timothy at
$2,7:,013,00; Flaxherd $2.9003010 per blislin/.
lhn suunan, Feb, 20 —Hour.—Tlicre is it local demand
Wo gunte sales of spring \shoat Flour at $10,75@,11,25,
winter Flour at $11.00(012.10 fancy at $14@15,00.
NI heat. winter,52,51a,2.65 and 180. I qpi lug $1.90,02,00
Corn Wont first 1101125;kt 01,00. Bye, $1.37 per bushel. Oats
63@0ial Barley 1.810 $1,83. Ithouldeis 11c; shies 13e;
hams 170, lard 13,, , ;c.
CIIICOO4 1 , , b. 29 —Flout doll spring extin 88.280`9,50.
Choice $lO,lO Bpiing Wheat Is at $2,0002,01,
Coin 81c. Oats, rats.
New Yonro, Feb. 20.—Cola closed at '..1,.1194.
CORRECTBD Inlimi.Y lo 1( HENRY .to CO.
Supeofoucliour, .950 Eggs
IlxllA flour, old. 10. 1 . ,4 Feathers - 6 1b
Family Floor 11,5.1 Flaxseed
nod Wheat,— ..... .....0.2,V Cop , l e lb •••••• • ......... .
White Willem 2.50 Mite, trooked 20
Apple Butter Ii ga110n...1,23 Hay 'el ton 12.00
Balk per COIL! 9 00 ',ad 121 L:
Harley 1 00 Largo Onions is, bus on
Butter ...... ..........,., 35 to 40.MIAell Chop
llllCkwbe,a I,ooloats 00
lionoku heat nail - 4? cwt. 4.00 Potatoes 11 bus 90 to I,OU
Bran 11 cwt 1 •o 5 Plaster her ton... 10,00
Ittoioutu 5l 007 3,0CQ,1, %hi itags'il 51)
Beeswax '..cl lb 30,qtye 1
Beans It boo '' 75j nye Chop ? mt...
Chickens 25; Oyu Straw ' , a bundle.
Country hoop 10 Shorts lii CM— .......
Corn .11,00'Shoulotcr ..... .....
Coon Steal 11 cwt.—. ...... '2.C.1 Shies
Dried Apples tlbn ...... -2,00 Pollen.
Brood Cherries 51 gnat t. -.12 Timothy.
Di led Peaches - 0 lb
Ilo,fil lb 9 1
Broad Top Cool 1.) ton .42,501
Croon Myles 'a bu 4 ..... ~.;1 1 ,60i
Cloverseed 'in UlbO.Sd to 7,00
Shellborko? bus 0' OD
Walnuts 1-1 bua 50
lock Rugs ..... .r.g6 eta. 11 lb
FALL AND WINTER,
.CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
Pop Gentlemen's Clothing of the boat nitqcrial, and made
in the beet workmanlike manner, call at "
onnome.tho rennteltu flown. In Melte, Square, Then tin&
' nunle,o . oo to men I ion, for solo at LEWIS
nattlY Grocery. Catl and boo.
LL KINDS OF TOBACCO
Ziwbolesnln ard rP*l t nt
CUNNING GAM C CARNION'S.
Ir YOU WANT the BEST SYRUP
go to CUI4NINGIIAM & CARMON,
PfIILADELPIIIA, Feb. 29, 1861
10 Ofi 12
r,‘ •3 11 lb
Pork il lb 9
I Ilm d t:col 'll t0n.... ...... $7,00
l't.; Jleint V ton $340,50
Lumber 11 1000 ftr....Srog3o
tzbingle.i, I.npu,ll do $lOOl3
Joint, '• t'..%(8
iChoese... ..... 1,5®20 eta. kl lb
j u,sT IMCELVED
NOTICE. --The undersigned offers for
salo the stock, good will and fixtures of a first-class
WHOLESALE ArD RETAIL GROCERY HOCSE.
Terms rash. Possession given April Ist, 1868. The
nous° will command a retell trade of $lO.OOO per annum.
Apply to WM.II. GOTT.
itly26 , 2t* Altoona, Pa.
FARM FOR SALE.
A. valuable farm, situato about three
miles from this borough, and easy of access by a
goo,' read, is offered at private sale, from uow till the first
of April neat, containing about
175 .11. 1 03a.M5,
about hallo( which is cleared, and in good stain of cultb
nation, and the remainder is well timbered and natered.
'rho buildings consist of ono TWO STORY DWELLING
lIUUSE, entirely new. A NEW FRAME DARN, Carriage
house, and other out buildings ; also, A LOG TENANT
110 USE and STABLE. There is an nprEe orchard of good
bearing fruit, and HIED over 3 hundred young and thrifty
trees of various kinds. Tho upland Is or a good grain
producing quality, and there are some 10 acres of the fin
est kind of meadow bottom. For the purpose of stock
raising this property °golds facilities rarely surpassed.
Fur further particulars Inquire of, oraddress the under
signed, at the office of the JEW' 11 fa it American.
Feb. 19, '69 —2l. It. McDIVITT.
FARM FOR SALE.
1111 E undersigned offers io Fnrm for
sale, being apart of the one lie resides on in Hun
tingdon County, abort ono mile nest of the town of Or
bisonia, situated on Um Alighwick Creek, containing
about 125 acres; about 70 acres cleared and in a good
state of cultivation, with is good tno.story log 'house,
and flu masonry work of a bank barn. Also a young
ripple orohard (WO trees.) of solo , t, variettos, vvitlik good
site for grape coital°. Tito cleared land Is good arable
bottom bind of an eastern slope.
TIMMS—Ono thousand dollars on confirmation of sale,
Hie balance in two equal annual pay meats with intorest
secured by bond and mortgage. A good title will be giv
en rind possession on the first day or April next.
. 1 1:3T - For further paiticulare apply to the subscriber on
the premises. JOHN B BIIENBYBLT,
Oct. 0, 1507.
Cheaper than the Cheapest I
irivt End of Ifuntinficion, Pnn'a
We are now offering our im
mense and well-assorted stock of
Goods, at thoroughly reduced,
and unprecedented low prices;
our superior facilities enabling us
to compete successfully with the
Our stock consists'of Groceries,
Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware,
Queensware, Glassware, Willow
and Cedar Ware, Table and Floor
Oil Cloths, Carpets, Rugs and
Door Mats, Crocks, Jugs, Stoves,
Tinware, Iron, Stel, Nails, Glass,
Putty, Oils, Paints, Drugs, Flour,
Feed, &c., &c., &c., all in great
variety, at prices that will not
fail to suit consumers. We are
also dealing in all kinds of Coal
and LuMber, our facilities; in
these commodities being superior
to any other firm in Huntingdon.
We claim them as SPECIALTIES in
our trade, in which none can
compete with us.
We huy all kinds of Grain,
Seeds, Flour and Feed, at the
highest market rates, and give
the highest prices in Goods for
Produce of all kinds.. Do not
fail to call and examine our stock
and prices, as both are sure to
HENRY & CO.,
THE undersigned would respectfully
announce that, in connection with their TANNERY,
they Lave jest opened a splendid otserthien t of
Consisting in part of
FRENCH. CALF SKIN,
To g ether with a general assortment of
The trade is invited to cull and OXILTIIiIIO our stock,
Store on HILL street, tu o doors nest of the Steel') te
The highest price paid for HIDES and BARE.
C. H. MILLER & SON.
Huntingdon, may 1, 1367
STEAM PEARL MILL,
trills MILL is a complete success in
lI the mannfaetnro of FLOUR, Sc. It has lately been
thoroughly repaired and is now in good running order
and in full operation.
The burrs and choppers fire new Anil of superior fl e et•
ity--eannot he excelled. , And wo aro gratified to know
that our work has given entire satisfaction to our custo
mers, to whom we tender our thanks.
We have in our employ ono of the host millers in the
comity, and ai faithful and capable engineer. Thus equip
ped and encouraged, we are determined ro persevere in
our efforts to accommodate and please the public, hoping
thereby to merit and receive a liberal share of patronage
to sustain us in our enterprise for the public interest.
Market price paid for the different kinds of grain no
Flour and Chop, on liana, for sale.
7011.1 , 1 K. 31c0AIIAN I SON
llnnOugdon, Nov. 20, 1867
CHEAP GROCERY STORE,
HILL ST., HUNTINGDON, PA
9 - I.IIE undersigned offers ?Or the in
spection and purchase of easterners alargo and as ,
staled stock of Groceries, Provisions, Rc. Ito feels Batt&
lied they ens be aecomodated with anything in his Goo.
Ilis prices aro low, and his stuck fresh awl S ogd.' Igo
keeps the best of
SUG tllt, COFFEE,
TEAS, SPICES, SALT,
TOBACCO & SEGAItS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
lIATS & CAPS, &e
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES,
MOL4SSES, OILS, VINEGAR,
FISH, CHEESE, FLOUR ,R,ICE,
And NO TI 0 I\.T S of ovoi} , kind
A select stock of DRY HOODS, together with QUEER'S.
ItE, and all other articles kept in a well regulated
establishment for sale at reasonable prices.
' .W - Ills store is on 11111 street, nearly opposite the
Bank, and in the room formerly occupied by D. Grine.
Call and examine. ' Z. TENTER.
Huntingdon, Oct. rt, 3ECa
- DEIST BLEACHED MUSLIN
on band at
CUNIVINGILLV CAR MON' S.
TAKE pleasure in,announcing to the
Citizens of Ifuntingden county and vicinity that they
have just returned froth the rust with a
LARGE STOCK OF GOODS,
Mich they have Net opened ant at their new store,
ONE DOOR EAST OF THE WASHINGTON HOTEL
Their stock consists of
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
VLOWI. AND FEED,
1 / 4 1WIVARE,
CEDAR - WARE,
CARPETS, CARPET CHAIN,
FISH, SALT, 'CHEESE,
HAMS, SHOULDERS, SIDES, &c.
They Lase a large sleek of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Con4sfing of SIMS, mou.uns, ALPACAS, POPLISS,
MIMES, GINGHA3IS, 3IERINOS; PLAIDS, DE
LAMS, -4., 4., Sc.
Also, It largo assortment of
DRESS TRIMMINGS, EMBROIDE
RY, ITOSIERY, *GLOVES,
A PULL LINE OF WHITE GOODS
We will noel WIIOI.ESA DE and RETAIL.
All goods delivered to realclopeos In town and depots,
f^ee of charge
Olvo es a trial before perchnsing elsewhere
JOHNSTON & WATTSON.
iluntingdon. April 3,1807
GLAZIER & BRO.,
DRY GOODS, .DRESS GOODS, ..11A2S,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
GROCERIES, QUEENSIV.,4I?E, &c., &c.
Washington street, near the Jail.
Slaving purchased our Winter floods since the Into
henry decline, we can afford to offer superior inducements
47-101,11) OUR PRICES.
31nslins and Pt Cuts, from 8 ets up,
Heavy Unbleached Meetings, yard Wide, 15 eta,
heavy yard wido 01e/ringd,*o
Bout Winter Delalnes, 22 and 2A els,
All Wool Delaines, 45 to 65 cts,
Double width Wool ?labia, 50 cte,
Ileavy Plaid Poplins, $l.OO,
Wool Flannels, 20 to 60 eta a yard,
Wool Blankets, 83.00 to $lO.OO a mar,
Wool Shawls $1.25 to $lO.OO
Balmoral Sarteo, $1.25 to $4.50.
Other Goods in proportion,
Iluntlngolon, Woe. 0,1867.
D. P. CWifil
INFORMS THE PUBLIC
THAT HE HAS
SPLENDID STOCK of NEW GOODS
CAN'T BE BEAT
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE.
D. P. GWIN,
Runtingann, October D, '67.
J. A. HANAGAR,
Railroad street, Huntingdon, Pa.,
Would respectfully invite the attention of, the citizens
of I.lltutlngdeu and vicinity to his Gallery on Ilailroad
street, opposite the Jlll3/414 fence, ❑'hero he to prepared
to take all the
LATEST STYLES OF FM URES,
nt the following prices:
Including an WO oral Gilt Frame, $1,50.
VI Hug Card photographs, fall size, 4 for $l,OO,
AmbrotsPee, for 25 mate, and up'vardt.
Iris loug experience in the business enables him to take
pictures In every style of the art, at greatly reduced pri
ces. Ile beeps ale aye on band a largo assortment of
• rzdtm - Ilfar MINDS AND CASES:
Pictures inserted in Lockets, Breastpins, Mager Bins,
fie„ la a neat and durable 'insaii&r,
Oil Palatine, Daguerreotypes, ?c„ copied at a reasoga.
btu price. '
Pictures taken equally well in clear orplondy wea thor,
I cordially Invite one end all'to pall Red evpnine aPoo.
hneue, whether they w net picturoe or not. - Como quick
ly, its I * shall remain but a short time In the bushiest.
Tho above Getlery l hither for rent, or for 1100, with
Apply to J. A. /TANIGAR, Photograph Gallery, Rail
road etrel, Po. jaras,3ro
STOVES, GRATES, RANGES, &O.
A NY of the above articles can bo bad
4:lby addressing the subscriber. Stoves of all kinds
:ant sizes to suit tho wants oral!.
We call th . outtenitoll atthe puDtie to the
AUTOCRAT COOKING STOVE,
nstove boyoud compotition. It is a pretty pat.
tern, good bakor, with large oven, nod suitable
for either cord or wood. Stoves thrntebed at
foundry prices. Any person wishing to purchase
Atoyo Ivithout cooking utonsils : cau do so, nod the prices
of all the articlekt will be deducted. All stover warrant
ed. Semple, cal, be soca nt Mr. Ilugbo's store, Mill
Creek, or at tho rosidetire' of the anba,oriber.
All parlor stoves furnished ' low' prices. Stsvep;le.
livered et any ragroad ntation.
148-tr Airy Dale, Llnutlugdon county, Pa
rpHE BEST QUALITY OF nES.FI
AcK eftE at e/74waxeur.A.v cAft mozvs:
33C:30W.5 - MT tT
And Wholesale and lintailDealer in
alltillgdo Cirolatiill Library.
Tanis: Annual entactiptbdts, $5.00; half yearly, $6.00..
quarterly, $1.60. Tills sabscrlptlon entitles ons.perema.
to ono new and one old book a$ a•timo.
treaty Subscrilere.—Mor loon of. Books per syeek, 10.
cents per volume.
Weekly subscribers will be required in' all' cases to.
leave a deposit equal la value to the Book.
The new Books will not be allowed to any ettbkorthinc
for a longer period than four days; or It detained hOotia'
that time, an additional charge of 3 acute per day; other
books seven days, or If detained beyond that time 3 cents
per day. Books not returned in two weed to he charged.
Alt Books are considered old that Mare been In the Li-
brary Six moat/is.
Books damaged seriously will be charged.
Alt payable in advance.
Special Weiss nun nriangarnoute With pareons Ming
out of town.
MI now and desirable booth on band as soon as Issued..
A completa assortment of &turas for
• ART Of INSTANTLY TRANSYBRIIING PICTIIRREr
r • -
To China, Gineß, Tin and Wooden - ware. Leather and Pa.
per Macho goods, In eitort, to alt articles of mar,: de-.
„Tlio followlog sef.es of Books W;1( lte favold =stoutly
on hand: .
SPELLERS AND READEAS.
Parker 1. Watson's MeGCoffey's,Town's,
Sander's, Sargent's, • Worcestat's,,
Bandeee. truion, Oago.re,
Speak6.s, Ditilogue, glftsskal, Bofan
ical, Chemistry, ,tincl jkliscAlocolts
From tho small parer ckro; Fo,s.g . tojpiot:ull irbiiXol
ola Corner Lodger- _ •
A 0pj0n,4114 assortment of
HOLIDAY AND TOY - BOOKS,
of llnglialt and Americau 'marl rkfacture.
Butebola, Bottom. Flour Peace, at jobbing rates—st
from $27,50 to $65 per ttionsend, rrAnted with aky km&
Also, Manilla Wrapiling, Coureetilinery.aud Sugogasgt,
_ DAILY, WEEKLY AND SIDNYEILY PAPPR,S. AND,
MAGAZINES OP ALL KINDS. ' '
Choice Havana and Tara SBGARS, Solace, Centnyy,
Sunnyeillo, and other brands of fl no cot CREWING TO
BACCO. Oroneco, Nary, Span, Ac.,
.A beautiful gook of octagon and Square Cornerad Rus
tic Walnut and OM_
AU kinds at Frames an hand and made Co ardor. Imi
tation Rosewood, and Olt Imitation Walnut aucl Gilt
Ooluthlo Walnut and Plain and Pancy Gilt PritUICS seq.
idled on short notice. •
CARDS OF ALL KINDS,
binelo and Periodicals bouwi lU every et.ylo at'cheß.
French mid common paper stamped any loiter or lettr,.
plain or in colors.
Photographs, Albums, Engravings, Artist's Materials,
myth its hfonoctromato Boards, Tube Paints, Crayons, &c.
Also Agent for the Finger Family and Manufacturin g SEWlNG MACHINES—a Machine that will Item, Braid,
Cord, Tuck, Quilt and Bind. /lento call and oxamino.—
A full assortment of the different styles constantly all
All onions and 'myth les by mail will moire prompt
DR, WILLIAM BREISTSTERk
laFor the beueffrof thotoprOlklasing to undertalm,
Electrical treatment for diseases wo giro in the
following list a tow of Ito morn prominent alit(
moot common complaints met with in our prao•
Lice, in nil of which we ore most auccessfal.
NEARLr ALL CAM or FIMONIO DISEASE, ELECTRIED
TT IS A SUITE 50,5000, AND TN ALL CASES BENEFICIAL,
IP PIuiPEtLE APPLIED. nage, therefore, afflicted
with complaints not here enomerated, need have
no hesitation to applj ing,and whether onlyarusi,
Or a Pta3P.S . IENT CORE CCM IA effected, they will
k metro replies accordingly. All communications
I Eprepcy, Chorea, St. Vitus'Daneo, Pandysle,
Neuralgia,- Hysteria, Nervousness, Pulpits
lion of the Ileart,Lock-Jaiv,etc.
2 Sore Throat, Dyspepsid.Biarrhosa, Dysentory,l
Obstinate Constipation, , Hemorrhoids, or
Plies, Bilious, Platulont ' and Painter's Colic,
and all of of the Liver and Spleen.
3 Catarrh, Cough, Influenza, Asthma, (where
- not cruised by orgnuic - diseaso of the heart,)
f t Bronchitis, Pleurisy, Ilheurnatlein . of the
Chest, Constimption in the early stages.
U 4 Gravel, Diabetic, and Kimsey Complaints,
5 Rheumatism, Goat, Lumbago ' Stiff Neck,
Epinal Diseases, flip Diseases, Cancers, Tu
mors A ;(those last named always cured with
out pain, or cutting, or plastersln any farm)
Inn word, wo propose to cure all curable die.
We hero no connection whatever vrith any
other:Eleetrleal office In this or any other county.
All letters address to
THE PLACE TO BUY
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS
FOR-FALL 41YD IVINTR4
W.MARCII is BRO.
Respectfully inform the pnblic generally that they
have just tocvired a Jorge awl splendid stack of goods ;4
their store in Huntingdon, o,nsisting in part of
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, TINWARE, •
LADIES' FANCY TRIMMINGS,
HOOP SKIRTS,BoNNETS; BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW TV A R-D,
QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE,
PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, •
• FISH, SALT, •
Also, CARPETS and OIL-CLOTH,
And in fact everything that is usually kept In a Bratelase
store, all which were bought low for cash and wilt
sold at correspondinglyy, lay prices for cosh, or country
produce, and request the public to, give no a cell before
purchasing °Nowhere, recluig satisfied we can pifer supe
rior indneenionN to moll buyers,
We respeOfolly 'solicit the patronage of all, and the
pablie arritunillally invited to examine cur goods.
Elpryt4leig taken whang° for goods accept prowl
nunting,Ln, op. 9,1867
T o TE.E
,LADIES.--Do yog really
intend tb cease wearing Ile beautifut style. ton
so prevalopt, or dross loss elegantly, because the rebel
doff. Davis, was captured to Fashion/tido Pemale'attlre?
One moment's cairn reflection will surely serve to change
your rash resolve. Thu angels had too, much good settee
to lay aside their puro chaste robes of white, bepapse
they had for a tte,o served to hide the deforMitlespr that
Prince of Rebels, the Devil. Can you err ip followipg the
exempleof Angola t That) haying made up' your m[nds
that you will coappo to dross tastefully regardlels et
rebelaote, dq plat forga to cuTt al the afore of the
kra, who will be happy of eli Unto to fyrnish you with
such articles of dressigs you luny cfarc. Tfrip your fath,
ere, thiebap,flp, brothera, uatgbtiore and children to Wait
the sat4o et re. They can hero he spited in good articleo
of Boots, Shoes, Clothing Material, 110 e, Car, g1i1e4133•
ware and a geperal assortment of ['merrier, op as rea
eonablo terms as at any nom in taro• titora sus goAth:
east corner of the Diabmpd, quatiagdOP, PA.
may 81, 1565. EIIkNOIS B. WALLACE..
r'S ROUND ILIJAI. AND. SAUNA
Ored LT at CUNNINC/L1 . 1 f d , C1417310,11".;,'
J. C. BLAIR,
l l a b n u 'e
1/4ompe, kg., de
iCIarICR, I Fewsin Wes,
Browlea, • " Parkor a..
INSarti males,, WsmcestGr's,
J. C. BLAIR, :
Next to Broad Top Tiekot Wee;
WM. BREWSTER, M. D.,
WM. lIARCLI &BR°