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Wednesday morning, June 17, 1868,
My name is respectfully announced before the people
of Huntingdon County, its their candidate for Assembly,
subject to the decision of the Republican County Conven
tion and District Conferees. If nominated out elected
will devote my undivided attention to the people's inter.
est. EDWARD A. ORBEN.
Drody top., Juno 17, '6B-pd.
, Rcpublicen voters of Huntingdon county ore re
spectfully informed that the friends of Capt. MICE X.
ISLA-Ilt will offer.bia namo to tho County Convention for
nosalgation as the Republican candidate for the Legiela-
' Huntingdon, 3110017,1885-1 a
The' friends or .101 IN M. STOMEBBAKER. Pro., of
Brady township, will present his name to the coining Itc.
publican Convention, in 'August, Tor tho Wilco of Mtn:a
bly. Mr. Stonebreker has the nbility to make a good re
presentative, and hie nomination-oils hr boiled with de
light by tho eutire'party. FRINKLIS.
Juno 10, 1808-pd
Without any solicitation uhatever from eitbor friends
'or enemies. I have concluded to announce myself as a
candidate for Assembly to this legislative district. sub
ject to this decision of the Republican County Convention
and district conferees. I viEth it to be understood that I
•do not hereby undertake to loan money, endorse notes,
madcontribute to all the religious, charitable, literary,
mulbeiaisvolent objects on this continent; If elected, I
will attend to the people's business, if not I mill attend
to my own. • SA.3lfi. T. BROWN.
ilontingilon, Jane 3, ISGS.piI
The Undersigned respectfully offers himself as a candi
d de for .lesembly, subject to the decision of tho Itepnblh.
can County and Distric t Conventions, and if nominated
and elected, he pledges himself to discharge the duties of
tho office honestly and to the best of his abilities.
Porter twp, Juno 1,186 S-pdS-pd
I respectfully' announce myself as a camlidnt , for the
office of Sheriff of iluntingdon county, subject to the its.
cision of the next Republican Convention. If elected. I
will endeavor to discharge the duties of the office with
fidelity. A. 11. lIAUJIAN.
Mapleton bor., June 17,1861-pa
I respectfully announce myself as a candidate for the
office of Sheriff of Ilnntingdou county, subject to the de
cision of the Republican Convention. If elected, I pledge
myself to disclun go the duties of the attics to the best of
my ability. JOSIA`It
Petersburg, June 17, ISGE-pd.
I respectfully nnnounco myself as n candidate for tho
office of Eberiff of Huntingdon county, snl joct to the de
cision of the Republican County Contention.
T. W. MYTON.
Huntingdon, Juno 10, 1868. pd
I respectfully announce myself as a candidate Or Eller
in; subject to the decision of the Republican County Con
vention It . nominated and elected, I will discharge tho
duties ante silica to tho beet of my ability.
U. :AL PAINTER..
Brady top., Julie 10, I£6llal
Cu•cum•bera aro coming
Four more candidates announced to-day
The Senior will bo from home for a week
of ten days, as a juror, at Williamsport.
On the g,o: Straw hats, dusters, and sum
mer toggery generally.
On the go up: Several brick and many
On the go down : Strawberries swimming
The Commencement at Birmingham Sem
inary takes place nest Wednesday, the 24th.
Ws think we repreent public opinion
when Nye say, it, the weather, is getting hot.
A Concert TrouPo will give nu entertain
ment in the Catholic church this Tuesday eve•
Dry jukes about the wet weather aro ant of
Tight pants - show off big feet to great ad
vantage. They show in such bold relief.
A word in season : Ladies, try to think of
your window curtains when about to retire.
Why isn't the law enforced against per
sons fishing with nets and Reines? Fishes,
like birds, should be caught on the fly.
Grapes, pears, and peaches are not going
to do well this year, but plums and apples
may, if the locusts don't play hob with them.
The Young America base ball club of this
place, were beaten by the Logan club of Mt.
Union, the other week. Score, 3d to 33.
A boy twelve years old died very suddenly
at Summitville, Cambria county, on Sunday,
from eating too freely of birch bark. Caution.
Jessie, a little son of Mr. John S. Miller,
of Alexandria, this county, took very sick on
SatUrday last, from eating locust blossoms.
An infant child of Mr. Peter Rcddinger,
residing near Chaneysville, Blair county,
diedfrom the effects of eating a piece of paper
The schedule of the Penna. railroad was
again changed on the Bth inst. The changes
have been made in to-day's paper.
The Penna. Railroad station house at Wil
more, Cambria county, was recently destroy
ed by fire.
Wo see some of our exchanges publish the
"Egyptian Corn" swindle—to swindle all
who may be foolish enough to believe in the
An unknown man was killed on the Penna.
railroad, near MoVeytown. no had gone
from one track to avoid an approaching train,.
to be killed by another on the other track.
The Young Men's Christian Associations
in different places, are holding - a series of
open air meetings, during the summer, on
the Sabbath evening of each week.
- Mr. W. F. Ramey, formerly of this place,
has been chosen Surveyor of Altoona city.—
Ile is well qualified for the position, and we
congratulate him on his good luck.
The constitutionality of the new Registry
law was argued before the Supremo Court,
of Philadelphia, the other week. The opin
ion will not be given till their next sitting,
The editor of the Mt. Union Times says he
has "over four hundred" subscribers who re
ceive the paper for nothing. Bro. Jeffries,
we rather suspect you, - are not adopting the
cash system now in vogue hereabouts.
A deaf and dumb boy 1.4 years of age,
named John Fare, whose parents reside in
Frtmkstown, Blair county, was run over and
instantly killed on the Penna. railroad near
The brace rod of a heavy crane in one of
the Company's blacksmith shops at Altoona
fell and struck Joseph Dye on the head, ma
king an ugly gash, but fortunately did riot
fracture the skull.
Mr. Samuel Adams, of Shirley township,
this county, was recently killed by lightning.
Tte bad been plowing, and when the storm
came up took refuge under a small tree. lie
leaves a family.
The address delivered by Mr. Scott at the
soldiers' graves was taken down in short
hand by Mr. Robert McDivitt, who kindly
furnished us with a dopy. - 'We unintention
ally neglected at the time to give him credit
for the same—we do so now.
Strange: When editors notice the giddy
fashions of the gentlemen they make a great
Ado ; but when the ladies come in for their
share, they breathe not a word. Well, some
people do think themselves""lords of crea
tion," but then they ain't.
We had the pleasure on Saturday evening
of testing the quality of the ice cream fur
nished at Mr. Nathan Corbin's saloon. It
was equal to the best, and then his saloon is
just the place to feel comfortable. Good ice
cream is not hard to take.
The Hollidaysburg Standard says i• "The
Huntingdon Rads have formed a Grant Club.
Father Lewis. of the Globe, is the Treasurer,
Nuff sed." how comes it, Traugh, you know
so much about playing Treasurer. you've
just "sed null" to convict yourself.
A genius in Detroit is said to be preparing
to 'lsboot Niagara" in an India rubber boat,
which he is engaged in constructing. It is
to be air-tight and provided with a sent to
which lie is to be tied. Ho may not have
gumption enough to make his will in advance
but yet ho ought.
)Ve call attention to advertisement of I'. S.
Isenberg c Co., in another column. 'the
firm is composed of deserving young mon
mad we have no doubt they will give fiatiefqe
tion. Persons wanting a earring°, wagan,
or other Vehicle, now or repaired, should give
them a call.
There is only ono way of properly sup
porting a newspaper and that is to see that
all subscriptions are promptly paid at the be
ginning of the year. Lot every ono who
reads this, ask himself or herself, "have I
paid for my paper I—and if not mu I dealing
justly with the publisher?
Lewistown, if we may believe the Demo
crat, must be blest with some rather gay and
festive' girls. That paper says that some of
them milked a cow one day lately, and strain
ed the milk through their drosses, and anoth
er played circus by trying to crawl through
window sash. The editor thinks the latter
feat must have been "splendid fun," and
wishes ho had been there to see.
Fifteen cent notes have been put in circu
lation. They are as wide as the twenty-five
cent notes, but somewhat shorter. The vig
nettes of Grant and Sherman are on them ;
but because the likeness of Grant is on them,
it is no mason that Democrats will refuse to
accept them as legal tender. We will accept
thirteen of them plus a five cent note fur ono
year's subscription at any time—or any other
A hoot and shoe manufactory, that will
turn out several hundred pairs of shoes per
day, is talked of at Bellefonte. Ever since
one manufacture has been•otarted there, the
project appears to pay so well that the men
of means are thinking of what else they
might invest in, and improve the town.—
That's just the spirit that is wanted in Hunt
ingdon Wo will venture the assertion that
ours is as wealthy a town ns Bell foate, and
we know we have infinitely better facilities
for manufacturing purposes, then why not
The Altoona Vindicator- publishes the fol
lowing: "An excursion' party, consisting of
the lady boarders at Birmingham Seminary,
visited Kittanning Point, and other places of
interest in this vicinity, on Saturday. They
were furnished with an elegant car, and we
will venture to say that it contained more
genuine sweetness on that occasion than at
any former period. Wouldn't a single young
man be in an awful fix if he were compelled
to travel with a wild lot of wild boarding
school Misses, all cooped up in a car together.
Whew." That "awful fix" depends upon
whether the single young man had some
"sweetness" in the car that he thought of
more than the rest. We have an idea that
some of the single young men in this county
would have "kind a sorter" liked to have
been in the party; no matter how much the
other girls than their own would have poked
fun at them.
The death of Matthew Newkirk, Esq., oc
curred in Philadelphia on Sabbath evening,
May 31st, on which day ho completed his
seventy-fourth year. Mr. Newkirk was An
tine of Pittsgruve, N. J., became a resident
of Philadelphia in 1819, where ho.accumula
ted a large estate, was an officer in the war
or ISI2, superintended the erection of Girard
College, was long a member of the city coun
cils, the projector of the Philadelphia and
Baltimore Railroad, the oldest trustee of
Princeton College, an elder in the Central
Presbyterian Church, and an efficient mem
her of numerous benevolentßoards and Asso
ciations. His Only child living is Rev. Mat
thew Newkirk, Jr., of Downingtown, Penna.
Mr. Newkirk was at one time a heavy stock
holder in the Cambria Iron Co., and was its
President in 1854-5.
An editor along the Juniata grows 'thusly'
sentimental : "Nature now looks specially
grand and beautiful. The surrounding hills
bedecked with waving pines tower above the
verdant fields, and the laughing waters of
the Juniata reflect the azure blue of the hea
venly sky above, while ever and anon the
chorus of echoing strains from the locust and
kitty-did, is wafted to our ears by the gentle
zephyr, hearing on its wings the sweet fra
grance of buds and blossoms. 0, it is grand I
How sweat to contemplate the beauties of
Nature! Mato soothing balm has such a
reverie for the sorrows of frail humanity!
It is the realization of pleasure once enjoyed
by our first parents in the Garden of ,Eden,
and is a sweet foretaste of the infinite happi
ness beyond, in reserve for those who love
and serve their Creator—God."
The laying of the corner stone of
the new Masonic Temple on Broad
street, in the city of Philadelphia, on
the 24th of June, will be the grandest
Masonic ovation on record. Eight
thousand Masons will be in rank, all
appearing in full Masonic dress. The
procession will form on Broad street
at eight o'clock, counter-marching al
most the entire length of that magnifi-
cent street. Some twelve of the best
bands have been engaged for the occa
sion. At high meridian the corner
stone will be laid by Richard Vaux,
Esq., and an address delivered by
Judge Jones, of Reading, the Presi
dent Judge,_at present, df that Judi
cial District. The masonic odes will
be rendered on the occasion by two
hundred of the best choristers. A
grand banquet will be given at the
Academy of Musk) in the evening,
where the ceremonies will be contin
ued, table lodge opened, and where
speech, song and sentiment will make
the occasion one long to be remember
ed by the craft.
The Great National Camp Die ening.
The Lancaster Intelligeneer says,
preparations are being rapidly com
pleted for the great national camp
meeting which is to be held under the
auspices of the M. E. Church at Man
helm. Several now wells have been
dug and the springs cleaned out and
arranged so that there will he the
greatest abundance of excellent water.
Already 375 tents have been located,
and it is. estimated that not less than
100 more will ho erected by citizens
of Lancaster and Columbia alone.—
Many of the tents already located are
from a distance, and applications for
places are still coming in. This prom
ises to be the largest gathering of the
kind in the United States. Excursion
tickets will be issued by the various
railroads leading to it. It wilt open
on July 14th and close July 24th.
On Friday last, while a man by the
name of Baker was engaged at work
in the "Eagle Foundry," _Huntingdon
county, his head conic in contact with
a circular saw that was in motion,
laying it open in the occipito frontal di
rection, producing instant death. But
a few moments before the accident oc
eurred,he was warned of his carelessness
while.working so close to the saw, by
a fellow workman but paid no atten
tion to the advice. Re was about 22
years of ago, and had been married
but a few months.—Bedford Co. Press.
• —Baldness, Grayness, and the other
imperfections of the .U.alv will he re
garded as •inp;Keusable after a trial of
Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved (new style)
Hair Bestorer or Dressing, (in one bottle)
Every Druggist, Retie it. Price one
Several styles of campaign badges
(for both parties) will be kept con
stantly on hand at limy's' Boolf. STORE,
wholdsale and retail.
Henry & Co., aro selling the
best Pacific Dolaines at 15 cents per
,yard. Parasols and Sunshades cheap
tbari cvm 1?e 41104 olsowbpp. 74
Notice is hereby given that books
for the subscription of shares in the
capital stock of the Huntingdon, Ful
ton and Franklin railroad company
will be opened on the 15th, 16th and
17th. days of Juno, 1868, at the office
of the Adams Express company, in
Mount Union; at the Burnt Cabins on
the 18th, 19th and 20th ; Orbisonia on
th 22d, 23d and 24th; at the store of
Messrs. Orbison & ; and at the
store of Richard Ashman in Scottsville
on the 25th, 26th and 27th, when and
where all persons will have an oppor
tunity to subscribe for shares of stock.
The books will be kept open on the
days named from 9 a. m., to 5 p. m.,
when and where two or more of the
Commissioners authorized to receive
*subscriptions will attend.
Lewis G. Royce, P. P. Dewees, Jas. Kelley,
Cyrus Jeffries, Isaac Taylor, .Ilichard Ash
man, Thomas E. Orbison, Robert Gehrott, B.
B. Pctriken, J. Sowell Stewart, John S,
ler, Henry S. Wharton, John Dougherty,
Geo. Swine, 0. L'. Shannon, Geo. Smith, Jas.
Potts, A, J. Pare, Win. D. McKinstry, Dan'l
V. Ahl,- David Skinner, Joe. D. Scott, John
Crider, Martin Gruhe, W. B. Lease, F. IL
Lane, Peter Stenger, Jos. M. Holster, Seth
Bickey, 11. N. Marley, Win. McClelland,
Jacob Wooster, A. G. M'Lanahan, Peter
Bare, Brice X. Blair, 11. C. Marshall, S. E.
Duffield, James Kendall, G. Cook, Frederick
Foreman, and ethers—Commissioners.
On Saturday evening last the •rc
pairs on the trestle at Rough and
Ready which was broken down ro•
contly, were completed, and trains
commenced to run as regularly as usu
al yesterday morning. Tho road
throughout is now in the best condi
tion, is safe for travel, and the utmost
precaution is being taken to prevent
a reNtition of the recent unfortunate
occurrence. The speedy reparation
of the destroyed trestle is sufficient
evidence of the promptness of tho
managers of the road, and reflects
great credit upon the skill of ;slr. Ful
ton, Resident Engineer, who has had
the undertaking in charge. We learn
that the exact height of the trestle in
question is sixty-throo feet, three in
ches, to which add the depth of a car,
about seven foot, and we have a dis
tance of over seventy foot that the
man Houpt jumped to save his life.
Such a jump has not been equalled
since the days of Sam Patch.'
Mr. A. B. Stewart has purchased
the mammoth Hardware store of Jas.
A. Brown, in this place, and the busi
ness will hereafter be conducted by
that gentleman. This store needs no
commendation from us, as tho credita
ble and successful manner in which
the former owner transacted the busi
ness for twelve years, together with
his liberal use of printer's ink, has giv
en it a good standing in our communi•
ty and in the country. Of Mr. Stew
art, the incumbent, we may say that ho
possesses good business qualities, and
by his promptness and readiness to ac
commodate customers he hopes to merit
a liberal share of their patronage. We
advise our readers, who are in want of
anything in the hardware line, from
a needle to an anvil, to call at the store
of Mr. Stewart. We will publish ad
vertisement nest week. it
YEACIERTOWN;'IIifiIin Co., I
M a y 20, 18GS.
MESSRS EDITOR. 9. :—Thialdag that it
might be to the advantage of the peo
ple to call their attention to the sub
ject of Life Insurance, I would state
that llr. Jno. T. Carlin, late of this
county, had an insurance effected on
his life in March 1808, for $2500 00 in
the Penn 'Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany of Philadelphia, at the Hunting
don Agency. lie died in February
last,having paid two annual premiums.
Mr. Kent, a director and general agent
of the company, called on Mrs. Carlin
on the 10th and paid the amount of
Insurance-in full, $2500, thus leaving
her in possession of a sum that will
prove a very material aid in the path
way and journey of life.
Yours truly, JNO. Iforr.
The Frosbyterlau Church.
In view of tho probable reunion of
the two schools of this Church, the
following statistics are of interest:
The Old School.—This branch of tho
Presbyterian church is the most nu
merous of that denomination. In 1867
it numbered 35 Synods, 176 Presby
teries, 2,302 ministers, 2,622 churchos,
216,350 communicants, and 195,023
persons connected with its Sabbath
New School.—The Now School
branch is not far behind that of its sis
ter in its prosperity. It has 23 Synods,
109 Presbyteries, 1,870 ministers, 1,-
560 churches, 161,539 communicants,
and 103,242 persons connected with its
rOrMrs. Rachel Pardonour, a luna
tic confined in tho Alms House at
Shirleysburg for some years past, died
on Friday. She hailed from Cassville,
was perhaps forty years of age, and is
said to have been a handsome and in
tplligent young womau previous to her
insanity. For a long Limo past, she
has occupied a cell in the "mad•house"
—a small structure apart from the
main building. No article of clothing
could bo kept on her person, nor any
kind of bed in her cell; and for tho
greater part of the time she remained
crouched at her grated door. Her
husband and children we believe, still
reside at Cassville.—Aft thaon, Herald.
Gard 031 Piaui s for Salo
The subscriber is ready to furnish at
his garden on WomelsclorPs farm be
low town, the MaupeySuperior Tomo,
to Plants, Sweet Potato Plants, and
Cabbage - Plants, by the dozen, hun
dreds or thousands.
A. 11. ZIMMERMAN.
May IS, 1868-6.
1143• The famous seventeen year lo
custs bavo made thoir appearance in
and about our town, in myriad num
bers. They cover- tho ground, tho
woods and the trees—and still they
eomo. What Choy Lego eprue to do
the Lord only knows.
Fancy Baskets, Traveling Baskets,
Market Baskets, Dinner Baskets,
Clothes Baskets, Buckets,Tubs, Brush
es of all kinds, Childrens' Wagons and
Wheelbarrows, etc., etc., at Lewis'
• AUrEverybody should call and soo
Q. E. McNnuls stock of Paper, Linen,
Bone, IvOry, SAndle-wood, Spangled,
Magic Pans, the largest assortment
over offered in the coqpty. It
121r4There is no medicine prepared that
has a reputation for excellence superior to
that of llootland's German Bitters. This ar
ticle is looked upon by those who aro not ac
quainted with it, as most patent medicines
are, a mere clap-trap to catch the simple. It
is not in reality a Patent Medicine, but a
genuine article, prepared by mon who have
nn intimate acquaintance with medicine, and
the requirements of the system when labor
ing under disease. For Dyspepsia, Liver
Complaint, Nervous Debility, ,te., it has no
equal. We-know of a number of persons
who suffered for years with those complaints,
until they wore relieved by a trial of this
'remedy, and ono person in particular, who
suffered from Dyspepsia for ton years, de
sires us to state for the information of the
public, that ho has been entirely relievid
and restored, he believes, by the use of this
rho above is taken from the editorial col
umns of the "Dispatch," Erie, Pa. and speaks
"Hovland's German Bitters" is entirely
f roc front all Alcoholic admixture.
lIOOPLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
Is a combination of all the ingredients of
the Bitters, with pure Santa Cruz Rum,
orange, anise, ,t - e. It i 3 used for the same
diseases as the Bitters, in eases where an
Alcoholic Stimulant is required. It is a
preparation of rare medical value, and most
agreeable to the palate.
Principal Office, 631 Arclt SI. , Philad'a, Pa.
Sold everywhere by Druggists and others.
Juno 17, It.
—The largest and most handsome
stock of new styles of Wall Paper ever
received in Huntingdon, for sale at
Lewis' Book Store. Call and see.
Florence Sewing Machine.
Miss D. L. Baker, Agent, Loistors'
Building, Huntingdon. Dress Making
and Sewing done of all kinds. tf.
ke-musical Instruments, fancy and
useful articles, for sale at Lewis' Book
Aro the pore 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.
At the M. E. Parsonage, on the 4th
inst., by Rev. E. Wilson, Mx. SAISES A.
LIOLLINESIIEAD, of Smithfield, to Miss
Many A. °ERMAN, of CHSEViIIO, all of
At the residernie l of the bride's fath
er, on the oth inst., by the same, Mr.
JOHN 13. MoonE, of Harrisburg, to Miss
ANNIE MILLER, of _Huntingdon.
At the Farmer's Hotel, on the 11th
inst, by the same, Mr. Wm. IL CROWN
OVER, of Barron twp., to Miss BAN:VALI
M. STEEL, of Henderson township.
On the 10th inst., Mrs. MOSES HA.
MER, of Walker township, aged 61
years, 4 months and 18 days,
Nee 131 gs.
JbwiahFail,' No. COO, P. Al., meets second
Noccilny ee eninget each month, in Brown'. building.
Standing Stone H. R.. 1. aoptur. No. 201, meaty the
trot Tue-el.t) evening nr ench month, ill ikONVII'M
Jeeniutec Lof /Yr, aro. 11- 7 , 1 0 0. It, mete mei) , niday
evonin”., thlicl liner, in Leiblet's
Man:hug stole I.odfic, No, S 3. I. 0. G. It, went', every
Tnetainy evening In Coal t House Mill.
1; ropahoc TWA., .l' n. I. 0. of R. M r
~ meats every
Thursday scoffing, tidied floor, Leister's
Thong Men's- Chri.stiun .Iscociution meets the first and
(Mud Monday-el entices end, 1110,11}1. in Illown's
TIM& azimut meets OA first Fitiluy evecitug of each
DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS and CA
TARRH treated %vitt' the utmost .tzeceat, by J.
1 nAACS; 31. 13.. and Pt ofe,tor Of Disease of the Eye and
Ear in The Medical allege of Pennsylvania:l22loora expo ,
(lanierly of Laplen, Ilidtend,) NO. 1105 Alt()11
Phil alelphia. Teetimooials can ho soon at this ernes.
The medical faculty arc invited to accompany their pa
tients, as he has nu secrete in his p•actica. Artificial
11) es inserted a itheut 1:Lill. No charge fur examination.
Jane 17, 1866-lyhat.
TIIE BREVITY OF LIFE
'Ti not for man to trine, life is Wier,
Our age is but the falling ofa loaf.
We bolo no time to sport away the liollra,
All most bo earliest in n world like ours.
Not ninny tires, but one have no,
Ilow sacred should that 0n0.b0."
And still how many fritter an ay their lives unable to
fill fitly mend purpose, because some lingering disease
unfits them lot it, nod they neglect or reinso to use the
remedies o olds their reach God in his wonderful ors
raugement of nature tins provided an antidote for nil the
ills that human dash is heir to, and by the aid of science,
the medicinal virtues of certain herbs, roots and barks
havo been combined, and the result is now known all
over the civilized wet Id as Mfblifer's "Iferb Hitters. It
thoroughly purifies the blood, Invigorates the nervous
fibres, elelates the standord cloth the vital forces, anti
sustains a most healtlifol tone of the entire human organ
ization. Sold by all druggists and dealers. hr. 5.13.
Ilartmon CO., Proprietors, Lancaster, Pa. Jelo.l.m
n MEMBER THE RED HORSE
ON EACH PACK OF DR. BARIIFJPS HORSE,
CAT= AND 1100 POWDERS, prepared by C. DROWN,
Milton, Pa, Take no other. They have also proven :a
pent preventive and cure for Gapes, Cholera, Ac., ke., in
Poultry, and for Horses, Mules, Cattle 1111 , 1 Hogs, are
ourposecd. Oct Circular at Henry Jr Co's., lluntlngdon,
of rho wonderful cures performed. Every ensue is relia
ble. John Hess of Lewisburg. Pa.. had a horse cured of
Lung Fever. 20 and 40c packs. Try them. For sale by
druggists and btore.keepas generally. Je3-lOt°
DAINTS FOR FARMERS AND
OTIIIIII.S.—The Grafton Mineral Paint Company
ale now manuflictut log tho Best, Cheapest and most Du
rable Paint in use; two coats woll put on, mixed with
pure LitlbeCd Oil, will last ten or fifteen years; it is of a
light brown or beautiful chocolate color, and can be
changed to green, lead, stone, drab, oils° or cream, to
snit the taste of the consumer. It Id valuable for Hou
sed, Fences, Darns, Carriage and Car ;Adders, Palls and
Woodend‘mo, Agricultural Implements, Candi Bolus,
'Vessels an•l Ships' Bottoms, Canvas, 31 anti and • Shingle
110514. (it being Fire and Water proof.) Floor Oil Cloths,
(ono Manufacturer has Mg used 5.000 bbls. the past year)
and n 9 a vain t for any purpose is unsurpassed for body,
durability, elasticity and adhesiveness. Ihico $O per
bbl, of 300 Rm., which will supply a farmer for years to
come. Warranted In all cases as ate,/ e. Send for a cir
cnlar• vi bleb gii es lull particulats. Nona genuine unless
branded in a trade mail;, Grafton Mineral Paint, Per
sons can order tho faint and remit the money ou re
ceipt of the goods. Adds ass
DANIEL BIDWELL, 254 Pearl street, Now York.
4Z. For sale by the pound or barrel nt Lew he Book
PHILAVELVIIA, JUDO 15, 1868.
Thu Flour tunrhot in moderately' nctivu, at on ntivanco
. . .
Superlino Floor at $1,7607,00; extra nt $0,25; fancy
Western extra family $email@example.com; Pennsylvania do do
$l3, and fancy brands $12,50011,00 acCordiug to quality.
Rya floor $9,50.
Primo Wheat in fair dommill Choice red at $2,7002,75
a bite $2,00©2,05. 11yo at $1,60@1,85. Corn 1,08 @ 1,11
Cats at at. Barley tualt at $2,05.
Prmsatatou, June 15 —Flour.—Tho market is activo.
Wo quota salex of spring a heat Fluor' at $10,00010,50,
minter Cluny at $11,50012.50 fancy at $14615,00.
Wheat, red, $2,255ni,:10 and Ru. 101 it., $2,,43,02,50
Cot n front first hands at $1,05. Rye, $4,55 pee Lushel . 0,,w
700000; Batley 2,25q52,8U. Potatoes, reach Blow I,4o:hus
hams Laud.lo34c. Butter 236326 c lb; Eggs 20 duo.
NM YOUR, Jim° 15.—Quid closed nt
CORRECTED WEEKLY DY HENRY & CO
WH01X647.,: ITIC£3. .
Sure! n nalour, ....... ...$lO,OO Fo%thos%) lb "0
Matra floor, .... 11.00; Flaxsord $2,23
Family Hour 12.0`0. hops 14 lb ...... . ........... .40
lied 1i'11e5t,.......... ...... 2,55'11am, tAnoli,d 0 0
White Wheat, 0 65 11.1 "0 ton 12,00
Ail& Butter 't ga110n...1,25 (And "0
- hall,. per ow tll 0,00 Lugo Oniotl3llbll3 100
Barley 1 "C diced Chop ","5
Iluttt . .r, ................... .......20.0atq 75
Man 7 0 cwt.. 1,21 Potatoes . 7 0101470 to 1,50
Blooms 71 do •
.:3,000:, , „.1,U Plaster por tun 10,00
Ileose,a; 11 HI "l! hags "0 lb 4
ite,flis 14 bus ' ' r ° I R . ) ° 110
Chickens '' . t:3;ltyo Chop - 0 cwt... ......... '2,60
Coon t SO,ll, Si nye Straw ? bowllii. 10
Cora _ _ SI lb Shorts? cwt 1 I 0
Cot il Meal'l evil ' ''''.lo Bhquitl4 ........ ............. .15
Dried Apples Vim ...... ~.2,00 3ido 18
Dried Mort ies Id quit t,..,1_" NI love 10 0 , 11
Dried Peached 11 lb 15 Timothy '',oo
Dried Bea ^0 Taikoys . - -1 lb 10
Peer , t 1 lb 01 Wool ltt Itl' ...10
It toso 'roll Coal , t l . ton ...$2,50 Pork - 0 lb 0
(Amen Apples 71 bus 01,5011laril Coal 'Oli t0n..,, ... ... $O,OO
Clovorscodlil 6411.0 ;5,00j Plg Wild - 6 ton ;335050
Sliellbarlis It bus s2,oolloitnber 13 1000 ft....5120a0
Chet's° 1651120 ots. , t 1 lb Shinglen, 101p.,11 00410010
Egg. , 10 't Joint, •• 63152)13
Best 3O So in, White,
SPRING STYLES for• 1868.
A LARGE AND W.ELL ASSORTED STOOK OF
AaoDtg - ll'.
(Successor to W. P. EXIDOLPII)
IrREPIA Orr , D'LMIIIOII
In this department, which n ill at all times receivo my
strict attention, I have a well assmted display of
Dress Trimmings Cloak and Pimple inhu
ming& Pros Buttons, Gloves, fails, 7.epli r
Knit SKiuls, Nubia& stools. Fonitig&
herthintii. Fall IMM. Ilnt not Bonnet Pt xmrs,
Vetrot Ribbons. Corsets, llwiery, and Intest
style Sacques lion. $5 In $3O.
Hats and Cap, nil styles, front 50 cents to
$lO, Shirts, Drawers, (Noyes, Neck Tics, Col
lars, Hosiery, and every article kept in a
Ilrat clue Furnishing store.
HATS AND CAPS A SPECIALTY.
ty promptly meeting:lb° wants of all, I hope to moot
with such patronage from the public as will enable me
to keep continually on hand a largo and well solectod
stock of first class goods, Whilst keeping up to tho
Cashion in every articlo, I will also sell cheaper than the
O. E. MeNEM,
Oppdsite Loieter's New Building,
1t Ultiogduu , Pip. 21, 1222.
WFtL B. ZEIGLER,
DR,T,Ii_ I 6,B GOODS,
Alpacas, Poplins, Plaids, DoLakes, Lawns, Gingham,
Prints, fine Cambries, Muslins, De»hus, fins ,Linen,
P.cquas. India Twills, Ac.
A. large assortment of
Lades' Fashionable Dress Trimelings.
Silk Fringes, Buttons, Bugles, Irefret Ribbons, etc.
Furnishing Goods, Stockings, Moreno, Cotton, Wool, &c
Kid of all colors, Silk, Thread, Cotton, Ac., of all sizes,
and latest styles, Under garments of all kinds, fur La
dies, Gents and Children.
'Pablo Linen, Musslins, Napkins. Doylies, Ac. Shooting
and Shirting, Brown nod Bleached, from S cents up.
j ' OCCela)
A largo stock of the latest styles. A largo stock of
Notions, Zephyrs, Tat us, Ac. All cheaper than the
opposite the 'Pint National Dank, blunting
727 CHESTNUT, 727
RICKEY, SHARP & CO.,
NO. 727 CHESTNUT STREET,
Ilarejust opened, and offer at
SUPERB QUALITIES OF
3-4 BLACK BYZANTINES.
4.4 BAREGE HEENAN'.
SUPERB EXTRA HEAVY
3-4 BAREGE HEENAN'. •
EXTRA. PINE BLACK. SILK AND WOOL
H. A L. L 1.
In Great Vatiety.
RIC.T.C.EY, SHARP & CO.,
727 Chestnut street,
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE.
It makes FOUR DIFFERENT STITCIIECI: Zoe:, Kno,
Double Lock, and Double Knot; each stitch perfect and
alike on both nicks of tho fablic.
Opetatois can select any stitch they want, and change
front oils stitch to another without stopping tho
Its stitabel cannot bo excelled for lirnmeal, elasticity,
tint ability, and beauty of 11111.11.
IVO dilltcully experienced ill sou ills scrub, thick mum.
Sou light and hear.,, fabrieH till, 0.111.11 facility.
It will Braid, not., Quilt, Gn d, Item, Ftll. Bind, (lather,
and do all hinds of btitching required by tamilics and
Tim work ails feed either to Rio right or loft, without
stopping tho Machina.
The most inexperienced find no difficulty in using it.
It is thoroughly practical and easily understood.
It has no sprinys to gel out of' order and will last a 11fit•
It runs easily, and is almost noiseless.
It le the meet rapid sower in the world; making firs
stitches to each nuotutirn.
It 11108 the 8(1010 thread on both sides of the fabric.
It'oils no dresses, all its machinery being on tup of the
Miss D. L. DARER, Agent,
Leisters' Now Building, Huntingdon, Pa.,
.073-Dress Making, and nil kinds of sewing dono.
SINGER 1 SINGER
TIIE SINGER SEWING MACHINE
SIMPLE, COMPACT, DURABLE AND BEAUTIFUL
It is quiet, fight running, and capable oPperfortning
range and variety of work nover before attempted upon
mingle machine,—using either Silk, Twirl, Linen, or
Cotton Thread, and sowing with equal facility the' very
finest and coarsest materials, and Anything between the
two extremes, la the most beautiful and substantial
Its attachments for 11;•mni lug, Braiding, arding, Tuck
i»g, 2ui hing,l'dUsg, Binding, etc., me NOVEL and rata-
Twit, and bays been invented and adjusted especially for
For salo by
po i GEO. SHAEFFER
ftficu. just returned from the cast 'with 0.411 ft
BOOTS; SHOES,. GAITERS, &a,
'itch no offers to the Inspection of his customers and
the public generally. Ito will se❑ Isis stock at the most
and those who purchase once will surely call again
BOOTS & SLIOES MADE TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING done in the neatest and most expedi
Call upon Mr. Schaeffer at Ltd shop on f 11l atreet, a
tow doors west of kho Diamond. mays
Can't Be Beaten !
J JOHN IL WESTBROOK roil
Respectfully informs the citizens of -11nntingdon and
vicinity that ho hasinst resolved from tlio city a Stay and
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, ic., d7e., cGo. , ce;e.
all of which lie is prepared tu sell at greatly rodiwed
Don't forgot tho old stand iu rho Di:munt. 014 Gaeta
mors and the public gouornily aro Invited to call.
.11Untillgclon, op 13, .1863.
NgiV" 3300 T AND SIIQ1i; STORE
Intim me the public that ho has Diet
opened at hie olit Bind lu tho Diamond,
A Flue Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Per Ladies, Gentlemen and- Children.
All of a hick be will sell at fair pikes. Quick sea and
small prods. Call and examine my Mock.
Nlandacinring and Repairing dune to older as
iitSt ;iv 15,106;4.
LADIES' AND GENTS'
AT REDUCED PRICES,
J. C. BLAIR , Agent,
Railroad street, Huntingdon.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
Coats, Pants, Vests and Dusters.
To bo disposed of at
(In Basement, opposite Lelstor's New Building)
REGARDLESS OF COST
SUITS, from SII,OO to $20,00
VESTS, All Wool, from 81,75 to 65,00
PANTS, All Wool, from $2,50 to $6,00
Must sell the entire stock this month
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
Call and Examine Samples
ilantloploia, May 13, 1F6841
THE PLACE TO BUY
- NEW AND CHEAP GOODS
FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
W •111111C11 t 11110.
Respectfully inform the public generally that they
have just received a large and splendid stock of goods at
their store in Huntingdon, consisting In part of
DRESS GOODS, -
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS, CAPS, TINWARE,
LADIES' FANCY TRIMMINGS,
HOOP SKIRTS,BoNNaTs, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW W A R E,
QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE,
Also, CARPETS and - OIL-CLOTH,
And In tact evorythingthat Is usually kept in a Ihatclruis
store, all which were bought low for cash and will
sold at correspondingly low prices for cash, or country
produce. and request the public to give, us a call before
purchasing elsotrisore, feeling satisfied we con offer amp&
nor inducements to cash buy era.
We respectfully solicit the patronage of all, and the
public aro cordially invited to examine cur geode.
Everything taken in exchange for goods except premi
WM. HALM & DRO.
Hunting-lon, op. 16,1858.
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
GEO. F. MARSH,
AND DM= IS
FOR MEN AND BOYS, ,
Have removed to the store room on the corner of the
Diamond, opposite Lewis' Book Store, whore ho intends
to keep constantly on band the Intest styles or Ready
motto Clothing and Waco goods, comprising
AUERICAN, ENGLISH AND 11000011
CLOTHS, ' CASHMERES, AND VESTINOS.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINOS.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND' VESTINOS.
Being a practical workman of many yenta experionco
he is prepared to maks to order Clothing for mon and
boys, and guarantee neat, durahlo and fashionahlo work
manship. lie Is determined to pleasooveryboity.
4 - All are limited to call and examine my now
stock of boautiful patterns before purchasing elsewhere
ineb2s GEO. F MARSH.
IF GRIEF AGE OR SICKNESS :
Blanched Your Locks,
If bold; if troubled with dandruff or any humors upon
rho scalp; if your Iloilo falls out, or if it fa dry,
wiry, Or intractable, boy one bottle of
ELECTRIC HAIR RENEWER,
AND YOU WILL
TO YOUR CASE.
Sold by all Druggists throughout tha
' United States.
CONSTANTLY Fon SALE at whole
vv sale and retail, a large and well se
lected stuck or
in every department of Literature. Also,t viztrweß,
Etc., to 10, the attention of country lociclittota,
mittees of libratien, teachers and purchasers genet ally, lo
invited by .7, C. BLAIR,
TllO3. noncnixtua, WM. E. BURCIIIHELL.
THOS. 3UBORINELI4 &
V.T. A O(=MING,
And alt kinds of Building Material,
B. J, WILLIAMS & SONS,
No. 16 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia
I.IIIOEST AIANUFAMUISERS 07
A N D
443 - SELL AT THE LOWEST PRICES:I4II
Blinds Repaired, Store Shades, Trimmings, Fixtures,
Plant Shades of all kinds, Curtin Cornices, Plaints Tas•
sels, Cur Bell Bulls, &c, atilSdlut
Cheaper than the Cheapestt
West End of Huntingdan,,Venn'a,
We are now offering our ira.
mense and well-assorted stock of
Goods, at thoroughly reduced,
and unprecedented low prices;:
our superior facilities enabling , us
to compete successfully with gm'
Our stock consists of Groceries,
Dry Goods,, Notions, Hardware,
and Cedar are, Table and Floor
Oil Cloths, Carpets, Rugs and
Door Mats,Crocks,Jugs, Stoves,
Tinware, ron, Stee, Nails, Glass,
Putty, Oils, Painti, 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 buy 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 trices, as both. are sure, to
D. P. CININ
INFORMS T 11.13 PUBM
SPLENDIII STOCK of NEW GOODS
CREAPNESS AND QUALITY,
Iluntlogdon, Aprlll3, 1811.4
WA LL PAPER.
NEW STYLES FORIB6B*
LARGEST ASSOATMENT AND MOST OEM:TU:OA
SITTING AND Dngto? _AckomA.
Ever brought to Huntingdon,- now am
hand and for sale
WHOLESALE ad RETAIL,
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
MA Y, 1868. NAY, 1868.
GLAZIER - &
DRS' GOODS; DRESS GOODS; -
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,:
11A7 S, BOOTS AND SHOES; &0,,
Washington stoat, neat tba all
Our prices aro as CONOW8:.
Calico awl Musls.u, from 8 ate. upwalak
"Mars: muck" Prints, 15 cts.
Yard whlo bloodied llcialin s l23.' ate.
- lard 'Ado miblearAxelbluslin, 12t cte. ;
Tic Lings nwhgliirtinge, from 1234 cti.
White Cambric bluellu, from lb Co. up.
Iflutallarred Muslin, from 20 cts. up..
IfbitaPiquea, from .26 eta. tip.
• Irish Linen, from 3734 cts. up. .
Do Louie 18 to 25 cta.
All Wool Lain% 35 cis, up.
lacuna ' 16 to 50 cts.
WhltoBproailli, $2,50 to $0,0.0.
Rio Coffee, 24 to 25 ;O. •
Dlcaso•call awl Ox6tuilio luzul. if you are not omyrhicoct
it to to your. tntortot to buy from us, ¬ do so.
%LAZIER et BRO.
S. B. McORRTHY & BRO.,
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Oit2co on Ill! 641;0, opporita the Court House,
ere now pfepered to negotiate for the purchase am;
solo of Farms, Ten Lc.; also, to Insuro Lifo. Rom,
orty and Lim Stock to any amount fnthemost reliptika
Compapies of tho United Atat9s,
SURVEYING AND , IXRAVTING
nolitly done, on shiost Maine.
Persons desiring to motto sato of lands will please gilte
pa 4 description of the property, locntlozi, and /ems, and,
it will I eceivo our special a.tentlon.
linve now for sale • •
Farm is tom acct end of Kisbacoptillas volley;
Also, n farm eituttte three utiles from the borough oc
II; cling loo.'
IVp respoctfOly solicit a sharo of patronngo.
ap29-tf IItcCAItTHY L I)RD.
" ow! ARCH,ST,
Tine WAYOUES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE; and
RODGERS' CELEBRATED Moe BLATED Ware, wart
ranted triple plate, on the whitest metal, at
Sendruld ICating Potatoes,
- Garnett and Jersey Share - Peach,
Blow potatoes for sale at Lewis'
THAT HE 1149
CAN'T BE BBAT
D. F. GIWIN.
(Successors to Mater & Armilage,),