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Wednesday morning, June 24, 1868.
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
My name is respectfully announced before the poop%
of Huntingdon County, at their condi tate for Assembly,
subject to tho deoisiou of the Republic/to County Couvon•
Om and District Conferees. If nominated nod elected
will devoto my undivided attention to tho people's Inter.
est. EDWARD A. Calltb:N.
Brady twp.,JIIIICI7, '6l-pd.
The Rind,Beau voters of Huntingdon county are lc
spectfully infoimed that the friends of Capt. BRION NI.
lAA [lt u 11l offer his name to Ito County Convention for
nomination no the Republican candidate for the Legisla
Huntingdon, Juno 17,1868-pd.
The friends of JOUN M. STONEBRAKER Esq., of
Brady township, will present his name to the coming Re
publican Convention, in August, for tho office of Aseorn
bly. Mr. Stonebraker has the ability to make a good re
presentative, and his nomination will be hailed with de
light by the entinuarty. FIIANSLIN.
Juno 10, 1808-pd
Without any solicitation whatever from either friends
or enemies,l hare concluded to annolinco myself as a
candidate for Assembly in this legislative district, sub
ject to the decision of the Republican County Convention
and district conferees. I wish it to be understood that I
do not hereby undertake to loan money, endorse notes,
and contribute to all tho religious, charitable, literary,
and benevolent of on this continent. If elected, I
will attend tolho people's business, if not I will attend
20 my own- BA3IL. T. BROWN.
Huntingdon, June 3,1800-pd
The undersigned respectfully offers himself as a candi
date for 'Assembly, suldect to ties decision of tho Republi
can County and District Conventions, and if nominated
and elected, ho pledges himself to discharge the duties of
thooffice honestly mud to the best of his abilities.
Porter twp., Juno 1,1868-pd
The undersigned respectfully offers himself 119 n CALIdi-
Etae for the office of .Sheriff of Huntingdon county, sub
ject to the decision of the Republican County Convention.
F. S. SOUSE.
Lincoln twp, Juno 24, 1308-pd
1 reEpeci full pannounco myaolf to filo citizens of Hun
tingdon county as a candidate for the otlico of Sheriff,
subject to the decision of the Ropubliimu county Conven
tion, and Lit orniso, ticketed, to perform the duties of the
office to thu best of my ability.
Ehlrleybburg, June 2d,1869,
I raspoctfully announce myself as a candidate for trio
office of Sheriff of Huntingdon county, subject to tho de
cision of the next Republican Convention. If elected. I
will endeavor to dinchargu the duties of tho office with
fidelity. A. H. BADMAN.
Mapleton bor., June 11,180. pd
I respectfully announce myself as 9 candidate for the
office of Sherin of Huntingdon county, subject to tho de
cision of Um Republican Convention. If elected, I pledge
mysolf to ditcholgo tho datics of tho office to tho boot of
my ability. JOSEPH JOHNSTON.
Petersburg, June yr, 1868-01.
I respectfully announco myself as a candidato for liw
office of Sheriff or Huntingdon county, subject to the do.
cisiou bf tho Republican County Cnusentlon,
T. W. MYTON.
Huntingdon, June 10, 1868• pd
I respectfully announce myself as a candidate far Sher
iff; subject to the decision of the Republican County Con
vention If nominated and elected, I will discharge the'
duties of the office to the best of my ability.
D. P. PAINTER.
Brady top., Jane 10, ISGS•pd
Read now advertisements on second page.
Two more candidates announced this week.
The travel to the Springs is commencing.
With us again : the torturing flios. 0, ye
locusts; eat 'em up.
A young man in Altoona named John
McConnell, had his arm broken while playing
"skin the cat."
Mr. C. E. McKierman, of Altoona, has
fallen heir to $22,000, by the will of an aged
friend in Berks county.
A young man named Fowler was placed in
the Ebensburg jail for stoning a passenger
train, in the vicinity of Wilmore. 1
The Fourth of July is coming rapidly, and
scarcely anybody thinks of what to do. Let's
all shut up the town and go a-fishing.
.The Tyrone "Reread says cuero le ten, or
building a paper-mill in that place at an ear: .
ty day. Talk again !
350 copies of the American Agriculturist
are received regularly nt the post-office in
Johnstown. So says the Tribune.
The tax of ono cent her box on niatche9
netted the government a million and a half
dollars last year. -
The expenditures - of the M. E. Church in
the United States on account of its bishops
amounts to seventy-six thousand dollars per
The Ohio Legislature passed a bill prohib
iting any bat regularly educated physicians
fromlirtictisink in the State, on pain of fine
and imprisonment, Hight.
A young man'named Kale B. Parks, for
merly of Bloody Run, was'recently killed by
an explosion at a steam saw mill 'Lear Cum
berland. - - -
Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, and other
States' of. the South, aro harvesting their
Wheat . , Of tog quality and satisfactory in
Thorium Mullany, charged with the-mur
der of hiswifo, in Cambria county,-in 1865,
was tried last week, in Ebensburg, and ac
A young lad named Adam Campbell, resi
ding near Newry, Blair county, was found
dead in the creek about one:quarter of a mile
from his borne. - •
Ye.` local of the Altoona Vindicator was
last week presented with a penknife. Per
haps that's what helps him in "cutting" his
A:yonng son of Ephraim Pennebaker of
Lewistown, was buried in an ash-pile recent
ly, and was .almost suffocated before assist
ance reached him. He died the next day.
An eccentric clergyman lately said in one
of his sermons that "about the Commonest
proof we have that man is made of clay is
the brick so often found in his bat."
A certain "Doctor" Pelham was recently
arrested near Harrisburg for "doing" the
citizens of that place. The matter was ami
cably compromised. ~
A general movement is to be made - at the
; next Legislature to increase the pay of jury
pen. Two dollars a day is a paltry sum for
such services, at least those who have their
boarding to pay, seriously think so.
Editors, like preachers, like to fish. Trout
is the game of most of the Juniata editors,
.Put we bet our old hat that wo ean't be boat
on the golden Bunnies. We and our devil
caught only seven dozen the ether day.
A State Convention of thd Grand Army of
the Republic will convene in Pottsville on the
/VI 'of July. On the Bth there will be a
grand parade and review, and on the 9th a
Congress, it is thought, will reduce the
whiskey tax to sixty cents a gallon. This
reduction, it is believed, will lessen the im
mensity of the frauds, but we anxiously in
quire will it lessen the intensity of drinking?
While . fashion commands ,ladies to stuff
their "calves," it orders gentlemen to con
tract theirs in tight pantaloons. We leave
our readers to decide which looks the pret
A destructive flood occurred in Mifflin co.,
recently. Houses, bridges, mills, warehou
ses, forges, crops, Mifflin and Centre rail
road, Kishacoquillas turnpike, etc.. sustained
damage, the Gazette thinks, to the amount
To clean paint, smear a piece of flannel in
common whiting, mixed to the consistency of
common paste, in warm water. Rub the
surface to be cleaned quite briskly, and wash
off with pure cold water. Grease spots will,
in this way, be almost instantly removed, as
well as other filth, and the paint will retain
its brilliancy and beauty unimpaired.
The Commissioners of Bedford county have
engaged the services of Edward Ijaviland,
'gag., of York, Pa., to make plans;specifloa
pens and working drawings of the new alms
house, about to he erected for that county.—
The building is to be on the same plan as the
'Fork county almshouse, which is considered
a model, and which was designed by the
Opye named gentler:4ln
Support Homo .Eutorprlac
In every community are to be found
persons who affect to boliovo that they
cannot have, in the town in which
they live, a carriage, a suit of clothes, a
pair of boots, or anything of that kind,
mado to suit thorn, and consequently
send abroad for them. This fallacy
works greatly to the detriment of a
most worthy class of citizens, and
sends, annually, thousands of dollars
oat of the community, in which the
money should really be spent. It seri
ously affects all branches of mechani
cal industry and home enterprise, as it
does also all other branches of trade.
Wo have in our midst manufacturers
of carriages, buggies, etc., excellent
tailors, bootmakors, furniture doalers,
Sm., who are worthy the patronage of
any community, and who execute their
work in a style equal to that done in
any city. Let us ono and all encour
age our homo enterprises, and by act
ing upon this principle we will find a
gradual enhancement of the value of
property of all kinds, a well-to-do la
boring class, independent mechanics,
prosperous merchants, flourishing
schools, and everything else that con
tributes to make an enlightened and
KO-We would advise farmers and
owners of country property generally
to look to their interest.when insuring
against loss or damage by fire. Pat
ronize a company that insures only
your own class of property. Such is
the Farmer's Mutual Insurance Com
pany of Danville, Penna. They in
sure no town or village property what
over and no stores or steam property
in town or country. We see no ne
cessity for farmers being heavily tax
ed to pay for the burning of town
property, stores, (.4-,c , when they can
avoid it. By a strict adherence to this
plan, this Company has accumulated a
capital of over *500,000, and has paid
all its losses, during its nine years exis
tence, by making but one assessment
on the premium notes of its members,
that being but $2,00 to the $lOOO ac
tual Insurance on unexposed frame
property. They insure at a less rate
than any other reliable Company in
the State. Address their Agent, C.
R. Gearhart, at _Huntingdon, Pa. lt*
Accident on the Railroad
A young man named Samuel Good
man, a flagman on the local freight,
was seriously if not fatally injured on
Friilay last, on the Pennsylvania Rail
road near Petersburg. While in the
act of looking over the side of the car
at his brake upon the wheels,'his head
came in contact with a car or truck
on the other track, and he was instant
ly knocked to the ground, and picked
up in an insensible condition. He is
at present at the Exchange Hotel in
this place, and receiving proper medi
cal attention. He is recovering.
On Wednesday night last, a party
of negroes entered the Castilian Gar
den, owned by Mr. E. C. Summers,and
broke his aequarium, destroying some
of the fishes, and committed some oth
er depredations on his trees, shrub
bery and -property. The suspicions
of Mr. Summers rested upon a young
man named Homy Gantz who had been
ordered out of the garden the same
who instigated the disturbance. Two
of the party. wore arrested and are
now in prison awaiting trial.
EGJolin W. Bette; the "Buckeye
Blacksmith," delivered an address in
the Diamond on Wednesday evening
last. There were a goodly number out
to hear him, and the plain manner in
which he expressed himself upon the
political topics of the day, in favor of
Grant and Colfax, was peculiarly grat
ifying. Of course his Democratic hear
ers didn't like to hear him talking so
plainly, and their grief must be inten
sified to see the Republican and Union
men so early in the
The Hollidaysburg Register says : "One of
our subscribers, to whom we enclosed his ac
count for subscription, amounting to a littlo
over four dollars, handed us $lO the other
day, which pays for his paper until March
16, 1871." This is certainly the right kind
of response, but then it is not very pleasant
to have a man tell you, "I haven't got the
money now," or "I've taken the benefit of
the bankrupt law," or some other excuse.—
No man need make such an excuse if he pays
in advance, and annually, and if he don't
like.a bill to bo stuck under his nose, ho
ought to pay as ho goes.
How TO KEEP HAMS THROUGH SIM
MER.—After, your hams have taken
salt, bang them up and smoke them
well; then take them down and dip
them into boiling water for alow sec
onds; that will kill all the eggs of in
sects, if there should bo any on them;
then roll them in dry ashes while wet
and hang them up again; smoke them
more if you choose. This will do also
for shoulders and sides, and those that
do their bacon in this way will never
have any bugs or skippers on their
We learn that our young friend Al.
Maguire, formerly of this place, was
recently followed from a hotel in the
city of Chicapt by three men, who
waylaid:him in an unfrequented part of
the city, inflicted some serious bruises
on his person, and robbed him of his
gold watch and about fifty dollars in
money. Tho thieves have not yet been
Garden Plante for Salo
The subscriber is ready to furnish at
his garden on Womelsdorf's farm be
low town, the Maupey Superior Toma
to Plante, Sweet Potato Plants, and
Cabbage Plants, by the dozen, hun
dreds or thousands.
A. 11. ZIMMERMAN.
May 18, 1868-tf.
—Baldness, Grayness, and the other
imperfections of the Hair will bo re
garded as inexcusable after a trial 'of
Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved (new style)
flair Restorer gr Dressing, (in onebottle)
Every Druggist sells it. Price ono
Two little children of Mr. Wm. Strickler,
of this place, started from home on Sunday
last to plait a relative in McConnellstovvn,
but got lost on the road in 'BMW Woods.—
They left home without the knowledge' of
their parents, who made search for tIMM, arid
learned on Monday'morning that tkey' wero
at their unele'n in McConnelletewn. They
managed to got out of the woods before dark.
—The largest 'and most handsome
stock of now styles of Wall Paper over
received in Huntingdon, for sale at
Lewis' Book Store. 0411 awl Son.
➢loore+e biro of Hon. Schuyler Colfax
T. B. Peterson & Brothers, No. 306
Chestnut Stroot, - Philadelphia, have in
press and will publish in a few days,
"The life of Hon. Schuyler Colfax,"
written by Rev. A. Y. Moore, of South
Bond, Indiana, who was for twelve
years, as pastor and friend, in the en
tiro confidence of Mr. Colfax, and had
access to the files of the paper publish
ed by Mr. Colfax for twenty years,
and to the Congressional Globe; knows
all his past history and all who have
known him from boyhood. He began
this biography two or three years ago,
so that it is not one of the hurried and
opomeral publications se common in
election years. Mr. Moore is a gentle
man of fine talent and culture, and
there is no doubt but that his biogra
phy of Mr. Colfax will be worthy of
its distinguished subject.
The following letter from Mr. Col
fax to Rev. A. Y. Moore, will explain
WASHINGTON, D. C ~ May, 30, '6B
"My Dear Mr. Moore:—
"As your prediction of a year ago
has been realized, I have no further
objection to your publishing any
sketch, more or loss full, of my life,
you may have prepared. As you were
for a dozen years a fellow-townsman
of mino, and a valued friend. I sup
pose you know as much about my his
tory as the public would care about
knowilw; and although my engrossing
duties hero leave me no time to revise
the manuscript, I have no fear that
your work will not be a faithful ono.
"Yours, very truly.
'Rev. A. Y. Moore, South Bend, ludi
It will ho published in a largo duo
decimo volume of five hundred pages,
printed from largo type, and on the
finest and best of white paper, with a
portrait, on steel, of Mr. Colfax, execu
ted by one of the first artists in the
country, from photographs taken - of
Mr. Colfax within the last week; the
wholo bound in cloth in the most sub
stantial manner. Price, $1.60 a copy.
Canvassers wanted everywhere. Large
discounts given. Copies will be sent
to any ono, post-paid, on receipt of
price, by the Publishers.
AerA Now Volumo—Tho Pictorial
Phrenological Journal for July con
tains portraits of many distinguished
men, and beautiful Women. European
and Asiatic, beauties—English, French,
German, Russian, Grecian, Sweedish,
Austrian, Polish, Swiss, Dutch, Turk
ish, and Japanese; also, Lord Broug
ham, Abott Lawrence, Zadok Pratt;
Peter Von Cornelius; Verdi, Miss Pitt
singer ; awl twelve Roman Catholic
Prelates and Priests; Mabomet, and
his Religion.- "Tho development The
ory," by Prof. Gill; Lady Dafferty, or
the Woman question; Thirteen Nation
al Types of Female Beauty; Profess
ional Instruction in Practical Phreno
logy; Indians and Mountains of Ore
gon ; a French Educator on American
Schools, and much other very inter
esting matter. A new volume begins
with this number, only 83. a year, or
81:50 for six months. Address S. R.
Wells, 389 Broadway, Now York. It
Fliney, Baskets, Traveling Baskets,
Market Baskets, Dinner Baskets,
es of all kinds, Childi•eris' Wtigan'S anit
Wheelbarrows, etc., etc., at Lewis'
Several styles of campaign badges
(for both parties) will bo kept con
stantly on hand at LEWIS' BOOK STORE,
wholesale and retail.
Florence Sewing Machine
Miss D. L. Baker, Agent, Leisters'
Building, Huntingdon. Dress Making
and Sowing done of all kinds. tf.
General George B. McClellan has
consented to stump the United States
for the Democratic candidates.
Bird Cages, Bird Sood, Cuttlo
fish, nest baskets and Fountains, for
sale at Lewis' Book Store.
—Fishermen will find at .Lowie' Book
Store a fine'assortment of linen, hooks
ne_Blank Books for the desk and
pocket, for sale at Lewis' Book Store.
Specr , eWinos
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.
At Spang's Mills, Blair county, Juno
14,1868, Mrs. ELLA. M. GRASS, aged
38 years, 6 months and 11 days. Mrs.
G. was born in Huntingdon county.
Mi. Morita Lodge, No. 300, A. Y. 211., meets second
Monday evening of each month, in Brown's building.
Blanding Mont 11: R. A. Chapter, No. 201, meet's the
first Tuesday evening or each month, in Brown's building.
Juniata Lodge, No. 117, L 0. 0. F., moots every Friday
evening, third floor, In Leister's building.
Standing Slone Lodge, No. 80,1. 0. C. T., moots every
Tuesday evening in Court House Hall.
.drrapahoc Tribe, 1r o. L o.of R. 111., meets every
Thursday evening, third floor, bolster's building.
Young Nen's Christian .Association meets_the first and
third Monday evenings each mouth, in Brown's building.
Thum COunci/ moots the first Friday evening of each
PHILADELPHIA, Juno 20, 1868.
The Flour market in moderately active, at au advance.
Superfine Flour at $7,75 al PAO; extra at $9,25; fancy
Western extra family $10@12,75; Pennsylvania do do
$l3, and fancy brands $12,50®14,00 according to quality.
ltyo flour VAL
Prime Wheat in Edr demand Chalon rod at $2,70a2,75
white $2,90a2,05. Rye at $1,80@1,85. Corn 1,12 ® 1,18
Oats at 850. Batley malt at $2,05.
PITTSBURGH, Juno 20.—Flour.—Thu market is •active.
We quote sales of spring n heat Flour at $10,00a110,50,
winter Flour at $11,60Q12.50 fancy at $146.15,00.
Wheat, red, $2,20@2,25 and for Allan, $ 2,45,@2,60
Corn front first hands at 51,05. Rye, $1,15 par bushel. Oats
78380 C; Barley 2,25G17,2,50. Potatoes, Peach Blow 1,25 bus
hams 11%e, LardlB%O. Butter 25@27c lb; Eggs 27 doz.
NEW YORE, Juno 20.—Gold dosed at $1,40 1 4.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY HENRY k Co
Feathersl4 ib 00
llops alb 40
porn, smoked 22
Ilayfl tan ' 12,60
Largo Onions ' lt bus 100
31ixed Chop "'5
Potatoes 'tl bus7s to 1,50
plaster per ton... 10,00
Rags 'il .p, 4
/lye Chop?, cwt
Superfine Flour, $lO,OO
Extra Flour, 11,00
Family Flour 12,00
Rea whent,... ..... .. ...... 2,55
White Wheat 0 051
Apple Butter TS ga110u...1,23 I
Bark pur Furl ,-' 900
Burley " ' I'o ',
Bran 1,1 cwt 1,25
Broours 'll doe 3,0004,10
Beeswax. 11 lb SO
Beaus tr,l bus - 5,00
i Rio Sfreiw'lli !sandhi
Shorts Qa cwt
Cbuntry Soap • S
Born - $1,15
Corn Steal T. cwt.......... 2,40
Dried Apples Om ...... ...2,00
Dried Cherries ll quart. —.12
Dried roadies 1 0 lb 15
Dried lit , ef "D
WoolV lb. 40
Por "1t 0
Until tien ib t %1 ton • .$O,OO
IPig Metal 11 ton $05Q50
Umbel. '"E4 1000 11,412 WO
.9111110 es, Tnii.0, 7 ,14 do VOOOl3
Joint. ... .01,291
Beef 1 5 lb
Broad Tepee:xi ' , a ton .42,50 1
(Buell Apples , 1:1 bus $1,50
Olowirseed 904%4 $5,00
Shellbarlis bun $2,00
Cluiese 10@ke dts. 14 14
TEdFNESS, BLINDNESS and CA
TANNIC treated with the utmost success, by J.
18AADS, 51 . D., nod Professor of Disease of the Eye and
Ear in the Medical College of Pennsylvania, 12 years exper
ience, (formerly of Leyden ' Holland.) No. 805. ARCH fit.,
Philadelphia. Testimonials can be seen at this office.
The medical faculty are invited to accompany their pa.
dents, no ho bas no secrets le Me practice.. Artifici a l
Eyes inserted without pain. No charge for examination.
June 17, 1808—lybin.
THE BREVITY OF LIFE.
"'Tie not for man to trifle, Ilfo is brief,
Oar ago Is bat the falling ofu loaf.
We have no time to sport away the hours,
.411 must bo earnest in a world like oure,
Not many lives, bat onshore tre,
How sacred should thnt one be."
And still bow many.fritter away their lives unable to
fill any useful purpose, because some lingering disease
unfits them for it, and they neglect or reluse to use the
remedies within their reach. God in his wonderful ar
rangement of nature has provided an antidote for all the
ills that human ticsh is heir to, end by the aid of science,
the medicinal virtues of cot tofu herbs, roots and barks
have been combined, and the result is now known all
over the clYlliseil world as Misliler's Herb Bitters. It
thoroughly purifies the blood, invigorates the net eeoc
fibres, elevates tho standard of all the vital forces, and
sustains a most healthful tone of the entire human organ
ization. gold by all druggists and dealers. Dr. G. B.
Hartman & Co, Proprietors, Lancaster, Pa. jolO•lm
REMEMBER THE RED HORSE
ON EACH PACK OF Dlt. BARBER'S HORSE,
CATTLE AND 1100 POWDERS. prepared by 0. DROWN,
Milton, Pa. Take no other. They have also proven :a
great preventive and cure for Gapes, Cholera, itc., ac., In
Poultry, and for Horses, Mules, Cattle and Hogs, are on
surpassed. Get Circular at Henry & Co's., Huntingdon,
of the wonderful aurae performed. Every name is relia
ble. John Hose of Lewisburg, Pa.. had a, horse cured of
Lung Fero, 20 and 400 packs. Try them. For sale by
druggists and a toto-keepora generally. je3.lot*
.pAINTS FOR FARMERS AND
(MGRS.—The Grafton Mineral Paint Company
are now manufacturing the Best, Cheapest and most Du
rable Paint in use; two coats well put on, mixed with
pure Linseed Oil, nilt Jest ten or fifteen years; it Is of a
light brown or beautiful chocolate color, and can be
changed to green, lead, stone, drab, olive or cream, to
suit the Moto of the consumer. It to valuable for Hou
ses, Fences, L'm•na, carrilfge and Car makers, Palls and
Wooden-wale, Agricultural Implements, Canal Boats,
Vessels and Ships Bottoms, Canvas, Motel and Shingle'
Book (it being Five and Water proof.) Floor Oil Cloths,
(one ManufActurer having used 5.000 bbls. the past year)
and as a paint for any purpose is unsurpassed for betty,
durability, elasticity and adhesiveness. Price j 0 per
bbl. of .100 lbs., which will supply a farmer for years to
come. Wart anted in all cases as above. fond for n cir
cular u Welt gives full particulars. Nono . gonuine unless
branded iu a trials mark, Walton Mineral Paint, Per
sons can order tho Paint and remit the money on re
ceipt of the goods. Address
DANIEL BIDWELL, 251 Neil street, NOW 'Fork.
.PD For sale by the pound or barrol nt Lewis' Book
Stele. • mayl3.om
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS,
GREAT REDUCTION OF TOLLS
DAILY CANAL LINE
nom Thica ater to all points on the
Susquehanna River and its Branches,
Chesapeake & Delaware Canal, Tide
water and Pennsylvania Canals.
By Regular daily Tows of Canal Boats from Philadel
phia to all places on the Susquehanna River and branches.
(1.413 consigned to the above points from Philadelpeia
and Baltimore will be received, carefully bandied, and
forwarded by Canal Boats, which am constantly arriving
Ample warehouse and wharfage room (under cover)
provided for loaded cargoes.
Shippers will find it to their advantage to send for
ward Rou consignments to receive quick dis i .alch.
For further particulars, apply to
ZIOPPNLAN & KENNEDY,
No. 204 North Delaware Avenue,
or JOS. JAS TAYLOR,
No 212 West Falls Avenue,
FASI-lIONA33LE G 013335
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
GEO. F. MARSH,
AND DRALER IN
READY-MADE CLOTHMG -- '
FOR DIEN AND BOYS,
Have removed to the store room on the corner of the
Diamond, opposite Lewis' Book Storo, whore ho intends
to keep constantly on hand this latest styles of Ready
mode Clothing and piece goods, comprising
AMERICAN, ENCILIeLI AND PRI:NOU
CLOTHS, OASSIM IMES, AND VL'STINOS.
CLOTHS, CASSIDIERES, AND YESTINOS.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND YESTINGS.
Being a practical workman of many years experience
lie is prepared to make to enter Clothing for men end
boys, end gum ante° neat, durable end fashionable work
manshlp. Ho is determined to please overybodi.
.Go All aro Invited to call and examine my now
stock of beautiful patterns before purchasing, clsoivhcro
inch2s CEO. F MARSH.
ALIVI= I 2OLICIALINT
Anti-Incrustation Co.'s Office,
No. 147 South Fourth Street,
Will remora scales from STEAM BOILERS and keep them
clean, render the Boiler less liable to Erplosion, and caus
ing a great saving oflnd.
These INSTRUMENT have been in successful 010 during
the last two years, in many of the estati/Shinents of Phila
delphia, and other parts of the United States. from Which
the most flattering testimonials of their wonderful sartng
Wad and labor hove been received.
Siff - PARTIES having BOILERS would do well to call
nt the 011ie°, and examine testimonials. Re., Au.
EZRA LUKENS, JOHN PAREIRA,
Sr ey and Treas. President.
June 3,'68-3 mos.
FARMERS, TAKE NOTICE.
RAYING made arrangements with
_LI. extensive manufacturers of Agricultural Truple
in onto, Ns a are now enabled to furnish to farmers of Blair,
Huntingdon, Centro and Bedford male., all the differ•
ent styles of
• Threshing Machines,
Hay Rakes and Forks,
Corn Mailers, Cultivators,Clder Presses,
Wind Mills, Straw and Fodder Cutters,
Harrows, Ploughs of all kinds.
Fertilizers, &0., &c.
Agricultural Implements repaired critli deepnlch In a
permanent manner at the Foundry and Machine Shop of
BIeLANAHAN, STONE & ISETT,
my27.6t.) Hollidaysburg, Pa.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED
To solicit orders for DR. WILLIAM SMITH'S DICTIONA
RY OF TUE BIBLE. THE ONLY EDITION PUBLISHED IN
AMERICA, CONDENSED BY DR. SMITH'S DIEN ItANI. In ono
largo Octavo volume, illusteated with over 125 steel and
wood ougrat legs.
Agents and subscribers see that you get the genuine
edition of Dr. Smith.'
The Springfield Republican says, this edition published
by Messrs. liner Co ,is the genuine thing.
The Cungruicafentuliet 5530, whoever wishes to get, in.
the cheapest form, Cie best Dictionary of the Bible aho'd
Agents are meeting with unparalleled success. We em
ploy no Gets.-rat Age, d e, and offer extra inducements to
Canvassers.' Agents will see the talt tentage, of dealing
directly with the PUBLISHERS. , For descriptive circa-
MI 8 Millhull r MOOIIIOIS and terms,address the Publish
ers, J. B. ll! BUM S. CO.,
My 27,251 Dartford, Cone.
N EW BOOT AO Stioyi STORE
llnforms the) public that ho has Net
opened at his' Mir stand iu the DlamOild,
A Fine Assortment of all kinds o
.10 @ 11
SOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and. Children.
All of irldoli lie will nell at fair prices. Quick sates and
fllialtprallisi- Call and examine my stock.
• Manfiratiurinkand hep,iiiing done 20 ,m lofll,loll,
SPRING STYLES for 1868.
A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED STOGIE OP
LADIES' AND GENTS'
AT REDUCED PRICES,
Just received at
(Succossor to IV. P. RIIDOLPII)
IfitrEPL62l 07' Tamicin
In this department, which will at all times receive my
strict attention, I have a well aosortwl display of
S I TIZI—&—W . GOODS,
Press Taimmings, Cloak and Sacono Trim
mings. Dre-s /Matins, Cloves, Valls, Zephyr
Knit Shawls, Nubble, Hoods. Sontags, !land
kerchlofs.Fall Hats, Hat and Bonnet Frames,
Velvet Ribbons, Corsels, llosiery, and latest
style Saeques from $5 to $3O:
Hats and Caps, all styles, from 60 tests to
$lO, Slats, Drawers, Gloves, Neck Ties, Col
lars, [foolery, and 'every article kept in a
first class Furnishing Store.
HATS AND CAPS - A SPECIALTY.
By promptly meeting'tho wante of all, I hopo to meet
with ouch patronage Iron, the public as will amble me
to keep continually on hand a' largo nud well selected
stock of first class goods, Whilst keeping lip to the
fashion in every article, I will also sell cheaper than the
. 0. E. MoNBIL,
%posit° Lelter'n Now Building.
Nantingdon, Ap 1868.
WM. B. ZEICILER
Alpacas, Poplins, Plaids, DoMines, Lawns, Gingham,
Prints, fine Cos - thrice, Muslins, Denims, fino,Linen, Mar
seilles, Picenas. India Twills, &c.
A. large assortment of
Ladies' Fashionable Dress Trimmings.
Silk Fringes, Buttons, Bugles, Velvet Ribbons, etc.
Furnishing Goods, Stockings, Moreno, Cotton, Wool, Ac
4arlo - cre49,
Hid of all colors, Silk, Thread, Cotton, Ac.. of all sizes,
and latest styles, Under garments of all kinds, fur La
dles, Gents and Children.
Table Liricn, Muslins, Napkins. Doylies, Ac. Shooting
and Shirting, Brown and Bleached, from 8 cents up.
.Ar TAW Vs3OE - Al,O
A largo stock of tile latest styles. A largo stock of
Notions, Zephyrs, Yarns; ,tc. All cheapor than the
AG-Room, opposite the First National Bank, Hunting
727 CHESTNUT. 727
RICKEY, SHARP & CO.,
NO. 727 CHESTNUT STREET,
Bare just opened, nud offer at
SUPERB QUALITIES OF
8-4 BLACK BYZANTINES.
4 4 BAREGE HERNANI.
SUPERB EXTRA HEAVY
8-4 BAREGE HERNANL THE PLACE TO BUY
EXTRA FINE BLACK SILK AND WOOL
C H A L L I.
FOR — SPRING -- AED SUMMER.
In Great Variety.
- -__Rromuy, SHARP & CO.,
727 Ult - catntli--Street, - cll. •
my27.-ly - -
ft4' hC'iiZlnf°llitb : publicgneryt ia they
their atOEnllant gdonc nsisting in pt of
BOOTS & SHOES, -
HATS, CAPS, TINWARE, .
LADIES' F'ANCY TRIMMINGS,
HOOP SKIRTS,BormETs, BUTTONS,
WOOD AND WILLOW TV A It .E,
Also, CARPETS and OIL-CLOTH,
And In fact everything that is usually kept In a first class
store, nil which were bought low for cash and will
sold nt correspondingly low prices for cash, or country
produce. and request the public to give, us a call before
purchasing elsewhere, feeling satisfied we can offer but.e•
dor inducements to cash buyers.
We respectfully solicit • the patronage of all, and the
public are cordially invited to examine cur goods.
Everything taken in exchange for goods except pram!.
WU. 3IARCII &BRO.
Huntingdon, ap. 15,1969.
FLORENCE sgma MACHINE.
It makes FOUR DIFFERENT STITCHES: Lock, Knot,
Double Lock, and Double Knot; each stitch pet feet and
,isliku on both shies the fabric.
Operators can solect any stitch they want, and change
'from ono stitch to another without stopping the Ma.
Its stitches cannot ho excelled for firmness, elasticity,
durability, and beauty of finish.
No difficulty experienced in sewing ncross thick seams.
SOU light and heavy flanks with equal facility.
It will Braid, Tuck, Quilt, Dad, Hem All, Bind, Colher,
and do all kinds of Stitching required by families and
The work will feed either to tho right or left, without
stopping the Machine.
The most Inexperienced find no difficulty in using it.
It is thoroughly practical and easily understood.
It has no wrings to get out of ceder and will last a life
It runs easily, and is almost noiseless.
It is tho most rapid sower in the world ; snaking jive
stitches to each rent utiew.
It sees the sant° thread on both sides of the fabric.
It oils no dressosoll its Machinery being ou top of the
Miss D. L. DARER, Agont,
'Asters' Now llnilding, Huntingdon, Pa,
.Ca -- -Ilness Making, and all kinds of sowing douo.
SUMER I SUMER
Sowing Machinesgowing Machines.
THE SINGER. SEWING MACHINE
SIMPLE, COMPACT, DURABLE AND BEAUTIFUL,
It is quiet, light running, and capable of performing n
range and variety of work never before attempted upon
single machine,—nslng either Silk Twist, Linen, or
Cotton Thread, and sowing with equal facility the) very
finest and coarsest materials, and anything between the
two extremes, in the most beautiful and substantial
Its attachments fir Hemming, Braiding, Cording, Tuck
ing, Quitting, Felling, lidncling, etc., aro NOM and PRA6-
TICAL, and have been invented and adjusted especially for
J. C. BLAIR, Agent,
Railroad street, Huntingdon. Pa
For Sala by
Has just returned from the east with a
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &C.,
Which he offers to the inspection of his customers and
the public generally. lie will sell his stock at the most
REASONABLE PR,/OES, •
and those who purchase once will surely call again.
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING done in the neatest and moat exiled!.
Call upon Mr. Schaeffer nt his shop on 14111 street, a
(ow duets west of the Diamond. mays
Can't Be Beaten !
I JOHN if. WESTBROOK fa
t informs the citizelip of ihmtingden and
olcild Er that We hacjiist acolYed from the oity a New and
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
.Trosier.y, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, &c., &c.,
all of which hole preprice4 to sell at greatly calmed prime,
Don't forget the old etand s iu the DlamoUd. gusto-
more and the public'gondrally are invited to
Huntingdon, up 17,, 1808.
LL KINDS OF BLANKS,
nmon Administrators' and Executors r Doodl,
Mortgages, Judgment Notes, , .
PromissOry Nteei, with and without nor of:exemp
Summons, Subpcenas and Executiop,
apt. Boreal() at 111 X 1113.9 BOOK STORK.
• .119 pp Skirts,
No 30 Bining, White, 975p'
• • .•
job At lIIINRY & CO'S.
tbErSohool Books of all kinds fov
nit) at Lewis' Book' Sttige tf. •
ti • ..•i
Corner of Railroad andpdontgomery Ste.,
OM!E wonld call special attention to
the daily arrival ofCllO/CE AND BEAUTIFUL
- 9, which aro offered at
Consisting of Beautiful Enka of all shades, all wool
Poplins, Alpacas, Me!wipe, Annum, Cbiotzos, a mold
beautiful lino of fine Cambrlca, Barred Manta, Nabs.
sook e, Gingham', nod Chambraye
ALSO, a full Sneer Domestic Goode, each as
HEAT BLEACHED MUSLIMS,
Fine Brown Muslin, 40 intim wide, Bleached Muslin
from % to 214 yards wide, Kentucky Jeans, Farmers
Casslmero, &a„ &c
Our stock of SHOES excels anything of the kind this
ski° of Philadelphia.
ALSO, a large and well aelected stock of 61 ATS eutb
ablo for tbo eoaaort
We mako a specialty of this article, Bn d hare on hand
a eery Mrs assortment or
which will basalt! lower than CAli be sold by any other
holm outside of Plilladolphia. We bare also on band a
Largo stock of
F 4614 AND SALT
which we are selling very low
In Order to be convinced that aura to the place to buy,
call and onaraloo.our goods and prices
tako pleasuro In sbowing our goods, oron if you do
not wish to buy. So you will please call and got pasted.
CUNNINGHAM & CARMON.
Juno 10, 180S-tf.
IF GRIEF, AGE OR VENUS,
Blanched Your Locks,
If bald; If troubled with dandruff or any humors upoit
the scalp; if your hair falls-out, or If it is dry,
wiry, or intractable, buy qno bottle of
DR. LEON ' S
ELECTRIC HAIR RENEWER,
AND YOU WILL
TO YOUR CASE.
Sold by all Druggists throughout the
United States. .
CONSTANTLY Fon SALE at whelp:
inia and retail, a large and well so
i!?ta stook of
in over } , ileptiltalent of Literature. Alao,'" 11 " ",
Etc., to which the attention of cquatry tnoToliants,
Mlttees of libraries, teacher, suil,pu T chaske i t .. l
InVito by • ' J. 'BT. AI ,
BURGEEMEg & SON,
SASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS,
And all kinds of Building .material,
' 4 l'F - It
Cheaper than the Cheapest
- 13411,0 Am-a
Wed End of Ifuntingtion; Payea.
We are now offering our
mense and well-assorted. stock 'of
Goods, at thoroughly reduced,
and unprecedented low pima
our superior facilities enabling us
to compete successfillly with the
Our stock consists of Groceries,
Dry Goods, Notions, Hardware,
and Cedar are, Table and Floor
Oil Cloths, Carpets, Ruga and
Door Mats Crocks,Jugs, Stoves,
Tinware, Iron Stee, Nails, Glass,
Putty, Oils, iaints, Drugs, Picini
Feed, &c., !&c., &c., all rp. 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 air kinds of Grain,
Seeds, Flour and Feed, at the
highest market rates, and givO
the highest prices in Good§. for
Produce of all kinds. Do not
fail to call and examine our stock
and prices, as both 'are 'sure
0, Ps. PWlti
SPLENDID STOCK of NEW GOODS,
Ch EA.PNESS AND QUALITY
Huntingdon, April 15, 1888
NEW STYLES f1QR1f16.134
LARGEST ASSORTMENT AND MOST DEAUTI,INL.
SITTING AND DIN/1 G ROOMS,
Ever brought , to Runtingdon, now on
hand and for sale •
WHOLESALE alld RETAIL
AY, 1868. MAY, 1868. _
GLAZIER & B - R0 a g
DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS, -
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,:
- GROCERIES, QUEENSWAREi ,
HAS, BOOTS .AND SHOES, &c., d7cl
Washington street, near the Jail.
Our prices aro as follows!
Calico and Muslin, from 8 cts. upward.
"Merrimack" Prin ts, 15 Ms.. .
Yard wide bleached Muslin. 1234 eta. ' -
Yard wido utibloached 3111850, 1234 eta, ,
'Pickings and Shirtings, from 12 1 4 eta. up,
White Cambric Muslin, from 15 me. up." •
White Barred Muslin, from 20 ate. up.
mita Pigifts, from 25 cts. up. • '.
Irish Linen, from 3734 pp. pp. - .
Do Leine ' 18 to 25 cts.' • i •,- -
All Wool Do Leine, 35 cts. up.
Lawns,-16 to 50 Ma.
White Spreads, $2,50 to MOO.'
Ills Coffee, 22 to 25 eta. • , ,
Please call and examine; and, if yet! nro hot conrincei
it is to your interest to buy from us, do not do so.
CLAM= & DRCh
Iluntingdou, MaY:5,1868. , ,
S. B. iyiccAtirHy a t Blip.,
ffucfessors to ayaler Arrit,itag9
Real Estate and Insurance Agents,
Office on 11111 street, opposite the Court house,
• ' HUNTINGDON, PA.
IVo are now prepared to negotiate for the purchase anti
sato of Venus, Tenn Lots, ; also, to incurq Lifo. Prop/
arty and Lila Stock to any amount in the most rolfiblo
Companies df thd United States. ".
SURVEYING AND DRAFTING
neatly done, ou short notice..
rercms desiring to make sale of lands will plogso givo
no'a nicriplidn of tho property, location, hild terms, and
it will ricciyo our special a.teution.
lye have now fur undo
A Nand id the trost'end of KishacquillasvalleY f •
Also, o' lava' sityuto Iltrpe r l titfe (corn the barough ot,
We respectfully solicit n share of patronngo.
ap2O-tf Alealt.1;117: & HRCI •
HENRY HARPER, ',04, a
'• 520 ARCH ST., PHILADELPHIA.
Pine WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, -mid
ECHOERS' CELEBRATED Silver PLATED Wnro, war
vanita triple Vale, on pit, whitest mid - ,
Soeti,F.n4 Bating rlicztoos. '' • -;
Oarn9ti and ,Terse;y: Shore Poach
ploisr petittobs foi: sale at Lewis' Fan! ,
AT T 1,1 B,
HENRY & CO.,
THAT' tIE HAR
CAN'T BE BEAT
COME AND SEE
D. P. GW.TI2.