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Wednesday morning, June 30,1869,
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
Mt. Marini.. Lodge, No. 300, 4. Y. if., meets second
_Monday evenlngot each month, in Brown's building.
'Standing Moat H. R. Chapter, No. 201, meets the
11.1ArY !Vining of each month, in Brown's building.
Lodge, 11n.117, 1 0. 0. F meets every Friday
levelling, third floor; in Leister's building.
Her amp cif 0. 0. F., meets every second
Rid fourth Tuesdays, la Lelster's building, third floor.
. I Standiagy Sone Lodge, No. 86. L O. a. T., meets every
Taeeday evening In third floor of Bead's building.
arrapahoe. Tnbe, N 0.68, 1. 0. VB. M., meets every
Thaieday evening, third floor, Lehlter'sr building.
Mang Men's auldian Association moets.the drat and
third Monday evenings each month, in Brown's building.
Rot NI, 0. 4. R., meets Third Monday of each mouth
In Court House.
.2bion annul meets the Bret Friday evening of each
Bapi7st 'Chnrch—Wasbington Street. Bev: J. W. Plea
. nett. Serviced on Sabbath : 10% a. m., 7p. m.
ghgagio—Waahington Street. Rer.o.-P.Elallaber. Ber
Tied alit throe Sundays In every month.
. 10 S 1 l8ethml Lutheran—MU M &met. Rev. J. J. Kerr
Services on Sabbath: 10% m.,,7 p. m.
German Reformed—Church Street. Ilea. S. D. Reckle.
Service on Sabbath: 7. p. m.
?lathed:at Episcopal—Church Street. Rev. R. E.
Services ea Sabbath : 10 1 ,4 a. m., 7 p.m.
.Pavtastant Episcopal—Hill •street. Rev. A. IL Boyle,
t - • Services on Sabbath: 10% a. m., 3p. m.
Sreabyterian—Hill Street. Rev. GI. W. Zabniaer. Ear
- - vices on Sabbath: 11 . m 7 p.m.
'Bead the new adverti§etnents
The farmers are preparing for harvest
, `"-101earfield is to bare a new, first-class hotel
The newspapers are planing off the "nob
yonovnen. • ' ' • ;
J: J. Kerr preached the street sermon
prt.Purday afternoon last.
Churns, butter bowls, tubs, field kegs and
- buckets, cheap at Red Front.
legal friend J. R. Simpson and wife
fnite'fittirned from a' trip to Antietam.
Mr. M.-Belim, of Reading, has a white ro
bin,,vrfiieh was caught in Berke county.
- There was a treat of moonlight last week
for lovers' meetings and promenades.
;:The German Reformed Sabbath School of
thiti'place was reorganized on Sunday last.
Mr. John Dougherty now rune the Mount
Union Ems. Last week it was very news-y.
• ThaCambria county poor house is in a fit.
- tliy condition. Nubby individuals will not
desire to go there.
''Mifflin county has 1800 Democratic voters,
only 600 of whom take their county paper.
What a pity.
A largo stock of Glassware, Queensware,
Earthenware, etc., etc., cheap, at the Red
Capt. Rutledge, of Johnstown, has been
appointed government guager of this con
This number concludes the 24th volume of
the Globe. Now is the time to subscribe for
the new volume.
The vote upon Lay Delegation in the M. D.
Church in this place was as follows : For 65,
: Juniata Lodge, No. 117, I. 0. of d. F., re
caved the officer's chair voted at the Meth°
dist church last week.
'if you want tube economical in preserving
your fruit, buy your sugar now. Like coal,
it must be bought out of season.
The Tyrone Herald tells of a farmer in
Sinking,l7alley that saw a black Snake try
ing to suck milk from the cows.
l'Water-proof pnlier is the latest thing in
e.pai)er manufacturing line. Tin vessels,
we suppose, will noir he nowhere. -
'On a hot day everybody takes care to tell
. gbu, "it is hot ;" and on
, a rainy day, they
ray, ".*lt ruins."• What wise - People we are.
r.'Our aged Teutonic fi iend, Dr. Joseph fie-
Fer,who . went to Germany several months
ago. retu r ned on Friday last. Ile looks "old
Wm. Longenecker, of Shaver's Creek, this
county, recently shot a rattlesnake with a re
volver that measured five feet in length and
carried fifteen rattles.- - -
Presbyterian billiards, according to a Ken
ta,ity paper, is the new name to be applied
which latter name is said to be
too - Preachy. •
A little girl named Mollie Robinson, died
at Duncansrille, Blair county, a few weeks
ago from eating a piece of bread on which
poison bad been spread for rats.
Cabbage, beans, and other new green
filings, were dispatched by some of our citi
zens last week. They were high in figures,
but they soon went down.
Call and -see the handsome Chamber Sett
of fourteen pieces, worth $25, to be pre
sented to the Clergyman receiving the largest
number of votes during the month' of July.
As pic-nits are now the order of the sea
son, those participating in them should go
to - Enterprise Headquarters" and buy their
pickles, ham, dried beef, spiced oysters, etc.
On Tuesday last the female portion of the
Methodist church of this place exercised the
"weman!srighr to vote for the first time.—
They voted for Lay Delegation, and they did
it !like a" man."
tratigh's strawberry patch was entered by
three young Scamps, who he says gobbled up
all the ripe and green strawberries on his
patch. Served him - right. What does an
frittar want with such a luxury, anyway?
po chance tickets issued at Enterprise
rieadquarters during July, but instead, each
IMreli,haer'of gobda v can vote,avery.handsome
present to any Clergyman in the county, or
four sacks of flour to any four families.
' The use of bricks as a lining for wells has
,been much disapproved of, because they have
been found to harden the softest water they
are equally injurious as a lining for hats; as
they are found to soften the hardest heads.
-•There is some talk of celebrating the - fifth
ot July in this place. If this resolution is
carried out, it will be all right for those who
Intend to celebrate the third. They will
Itite too chances to get "galorious."
The preachers of Williamsport will not at
tend funerals on Sunday, where the object
ias been , to get a "large funeral." This is
the afflicted'once don't go to
he othei extreme and inter the corpse too
Cool and refreshing—the sparkling Soda
Water drawn at D. Africa & Co'e. from G. D.
Dow's celebrated premium marble 7ourqaiii.
None genuine !ilthout o . 4nathfe
on a Silver plate on thp ond ores:Ch
PrF° of nolifi!ip.rg• •
Country ttpip!ins men generally are been
nindiciliud'onethf they can get ;lob print
ing ticpir4 cheap !liad expeditiously 6 , 0
filey can in !lie cliy:',We will do ';ruiti. oe
henp as it can be dpne anywhere ;Ace,' Ai
cash rates. --
To the tteltglogs pithl!c,
There will be a meeting of the Ju
niata Miniatetium of the Reformed
Church at Huntingdon. To com
mence on the evening of the 4th of
July (Tuesday). To conclude on the
evening of the Bth, (Thursday.)
During the session Sermons and ad
dresses will be delivered as follows :
Tuesday evening July 6th, Sermon
by the Rev. J. H. Sykes, subject, The
distinctive characteristic of the Chris.
tian ; address by the Rev. A. C. Whit
mer, subject, the Communion of Saints.
Wednesday evening, July 7th, ser
mon by Rev. J. W. Love, The Church
of Christ the absolute condition of a
true knowledge of God; address by
the Rev. C. U. Hileman, subject, the
ordinary mode of Christ's work thro'
the Holy Ghost.
Thursday evening July Bth, sermon
by the Rev. A. C. Whitmer, subject,
the salvation of each man dependent
on his own self-determination ; address
by Rev. Lucian Cort, subject, the first
duty of man is to enter into covenant
relation with God.
The only righteousness known to
God is the righteousness which is by
faith in Jesus Christ. The world san
only be re-formed in so far as she be
comes willing to be eon-formed to Him
who alone is true Man, Jesus Christ
the righteous. So long as we simply
stand holding 'the rod over man to
prevont him from committing sins or
crimes Ave only repro - Ss the evil which
ittrkS the hearts of the' children of
man. ' '
We can indeed in this way not be
looked at as being of no service to
God. We are however so far only in
the negative. Human life properly
understood involves however a far
more pleasing and sublime aspect.. It
means a positive self-determination in
harmony with the will of God. It
means doing right in the sight of God.
So doing leaves no room for doing
We cordially extend to all persons
an invitation to attend this series of
Services will commence at the usual
time for evening services.
S. D. STECKEL Pastor.
A Committee has been appointed
by The Young Mon's Christian Asso
ciation of this place to ascertain the
number of children in our borough'arl
vicinity who do not go to Sabbath
School, and also the number of adult
professors of religion there ale. It is
known there are a number of children
in our midst who do not derive the
advantages of Sabbath School because
they have not clothes 'good enough,"
and the intontion is to furnish all such
with clothing and solid them to the
schools they desire.
A canvass has been made of the vil
lage of Smithfield, in which there are
nineteen.families and about forty chil
dren, the greater number of whom do
not go to school on account of no con
venient school-house open to them.—
An effort will ho mado to open the
public school house, however, for that
The Committee is st work, and our
citizens should give them every en
couragement in this laudsble object.
Dr. Charles Jewett, who is .lectur
ing under the auspices, of the Grand
Lodge of Good Templet* delivered a
lecture in the Court House on Thurs
day evening last. , The Dr. chose for
his subject the use of Narcotics. He
handled his, topic in an able, common
sense manner, and showed that.. while
deohol stimulates for the time, it, like
laudanum and opium, is a powerful
narcotic:add like those two proper
ties, they operate only on the law of
increase. He explained how hard it
was for an habitual drunkard or con
stant drinker, to abstain from the hab
it, and appealed to the young to re-
frain from'touching. De. Jewett in
dulged in no abuse, and his audience
were highly instructed and entertained
by his able lecture. We were sorry
to see snub a small turn-out.
A terrible accident occurred in the
Lanagan ore bank,,Frankstown town
ship, last Thursday. Two minors,
named Silas Geesoy and Wm. Young,
were in the act of "charging a hole,"
,spark from the lamp of one of
them acciderally fell into a keg con
taining some six or seven pounds of
powder and exploding it. Young, who
was sitting immediately over the.kog,
was thrown a considerable distance by
the foree'tif the explosion and terribly
burned and injured. At first it was
thought he could not survive Hi injur
ies, but me are pleased to loarh ho is
slowly recovering, though ho will prob
ably be terribly maimed and disfigured
for life. Geesey who was standing im
mediately behind. Young when the ex
plosion occurred, fortunately escaped
with.a few slight burns and bruises.—
A son 'of Mr. James Kyler, residing
near this borough, in company with a
few other boys, on a hot day recently
went into the country and assisted in
loading shingles on a wagon. On re
turning home, while in a fatigued and
perspiring condition, he went into the
water to bathe, and came out having
a chill. He walked home, but the
chill continued, and he was compelled
to go to bed when a fever set in. A week
after taking the swim ho died. This
is a warning to boys and men not to
go bathing when over•beated. It isqL
practice too often indulged is and
many such unhappy occurrences as
the above have resulted. Persons
should cool off before bathing.
A sad accident befell a young man
named David Corbin, son of Mr. John
Corbin, on the Raystown Branch, on
Friday 'last. fie had been hoeing
corn, and desiring a rest ho took a
seat on the fence with the handle"of
the hoe resting against the IOWq part
of his abdomen. Mina in'tilieipaaition
iu au unguarded moliant 1111 fall; and
the handle of the 'hoe : penetrated his
flesh between the thighs - . and - ,entered
his inVestines to - thesdepiti of si inch
es. The unfortunate Mite suffered
terribly; but with care taken he' will
1., • . . with care •
. 'pc will get tWlTtstutifk . ll Chamber Sett
fourteen pieces, c . .t ' Titittrptise
tend For every' fwenty-flve cents Foliti ppr
chse?d ion can haves vote . Lou may nejrer
ttakre'anottle'r 4pitortunity to mako as.hdn4.
SA'S si present at tc!o`'e4icitic fc; yoiieao;t9
receiver of tiie present.
MESSRS. EDITORS :—Thero are ono or
two more points to be considered, in
order to insure the proper spirit of en
terprise in the, "ancient borough."—
Thesh points may be patent to' every
one who has made any: insight into the
disposition 'of those who are expected
to do something to build up the town.
-When we speak of the disposition of
these individuals, we do not intend to
bu personal or vindictive. Our aim
is more to show them the folly of a
backward, selfish or jealous disposition
than to indulge in a torrent of invec
tives against them for not doing what
they should do, if they would only try.
There arc some traits of character that
We do not like, and whick have
done more than anything else to re:
tard the growth of our town, which. is
so admirably located for many busi
nese pursuits. The first ono' we• no
tice is that selfishness or desire 'for
self-aggrandizement thiAt leads - . man
owning lands to ask 'a company an
exorbitarit price for his land.' We can
trace the failure of a great many pro
jected improvement's to this one cause.
Agents have come to our.town with
a large amount of capital to back them
whose first endeavor was to sebure
the site. They would come, of course,
with the reasonable presumption 'that
they would find land.owners with pub
lic spirit enough to grant - T them ,their
land at'a reasonableAgure. But they
were ddomed to disappointnient; The
land-owner had an eye to making some
thing, audif his.land was worth - ono
hundred dollars per acre, it Would sud
denly jump up Y> two hundred when
the agent would, ask ; ._
would sell it' for. No bargain could
be made at such a price, and the agent
would leave discouraged and with no
very great opinion of the public spirit
of our citizens, for they would judge
that all were just like that land-owner.
Now, how much better would it have
been for the land-oWner to have done
as we have noticed land owners in
other towns have done, i. e., give ono
half of his land for nothing with the
expectation of realizing triple the
worth on the balance; or if not that,
sell his land at a reasonable figure let
ting the agent or a committee put the '
price on his land: In this way the
land-owner gains, and our citizens
generally derive the benefit of an in
creasing business in our town.
The Fourth on Broad Top
BROAD Tap, Pa., Juno 25, 1869
Messrs. Editors f—Thero will be a grand
celebration of the anniversary of the declar
ation of out national independence by the I.
0. of 0. F. at this place on Saturday, July 3.
Preparations are now going on rapidly for
the accommodation and reception cf strangers
and visitors who aro expected to be here on
that day, whether they come by railroad or
otherwise. Ample provisions are now made
for three hundred persons to take dinner at
one time, besides, farmers find ample stable
room for their horses.
It is now considered beyond doubt that
there will be present on that day to take part
in the parade five hundred members of the
I. 0. 0. F. The following Lodges are expec
ted to be represented in the parade : Broad
Top City Ledge, Coa!mon t Lodge, „Saxton
Lodge, Huntingdon Lodge, Hopewell Lodge,
Well's Valley Lodge, Orbisonia Lodge, and
Fort Littleton Lodge.
There will be speeches made by several
eloquent speakers, who are of high standing
in the fraternity, and the services of the Hun
tingdon Silver Cornet Band have, been en
gaged. They will be present on the 3d Air
sure. They have our most hearty thanks
for acting so clever and upright, and we pro
mise to give them a hearty welcome and a
good reception when they come. • We are
also to be honored by the visitation of some
forty "Daughters of Rebekah," the most of
whom will be from Huntingdon, and the
first I believe that has as yet visited Bros'
Having made all necessary preparation for
the reception of visitors we extend a general
invitation to all whom it may concern and
who wish to celebrate our national holiday in
real recreation and diversion. Comm.
Vote Ilsely, Vote Late, Voto Often.
You don't have to pay for a vote at
Enterprise Headquarters. You got
the worth of your money, in what you
purchase. Enterprise Headquarters
stands the expense of the presents—
we only want the people to name by
their votes who are to receive them.
The Clergyman (or Clergyman's fam
ily,) receiving the highest number of
votes will receive the $25 Chamber
Sett—the four families receiving the
highest number of votes will receive
the four sacks of flour. The contest
will not be confined to Huntingdon
borough—every Clergyman (or Cler
gyman's family) in the county can be
voted for. The voting of flour will
alio be to any family in the county.—.
You need not pay your taxes or be of
any particular party to entitle you to
a vote. Free Suffrage—all aro equal
at our election. Go to the polls—vote
early, vote late—and vote as often as
XearA distinguished Methodist Minister
and prominent Temperance Lecturer onto
remarked that go where he would, from one
end of the country to the other, he hardly
ever failed to find Plantation Bitters, and
while he condemned the practice of using
these Bitters too freely ho could not consci
entiously say - that lie would discard them
from the side-board, for lie had himself ex
perienced beneficial results from their use,
and that, from a long and close observation,
he was convinced that when used moderately,
and as a medieind exclusively, they were all
that was tecommendod. At the same time
he warned his heat ers not to pull the cork too
often, for they were far too pleasant a tonic
to trifle with.
ISlAcxema Wan::.—Superior to the best
imported German Cologne, end sold at half
the price. tf
BES.,There is a good deal of corn.
plaint up the Little Juniata against
ore washing, which not, only rend9rs
the stream unfit for general use but
also destroys fish. At Pennsylvania
Furnace the muddy vajpr is run into
a basin or reservpie, r,ftd thus pre
serves gpillce'Ci:oeit . from 'defileinent.
All' 'other ore wrofheialauglit tirbo
eballiljned to do the
Ct., A, It, 4 t icention.
Ltaadquaifors, Post No. 33, G. A. 4., Ilun
tingdon,June 28,1860. A opedal . tnaetiiig
of.this.Vp6l4lll be held at the usniti place,
onlyadfiesdni the 30th inst., at 8- o'clock;
P. M. A flill'attcpcdance is desired. By or
' tLiM. LOOAN, MILTON S. LYTLE,
' Cornritanciex. Adjutimi4.
• Go to Red Front; Raerprise Headquarters,
and vdte•a $:l5 Chinni:um Sett a present to any.
Cferkyfium . or His family in the county, and
totir 50 lb. sack. of flObr.to any four families
?Oho county. You Have a vote for every
isesnty-ftve cents worth purchased. "
1 arge assort miliirtif Reapers, Hay
tin ' awl lliejereeeiii, tit r Me,
.Lanallan, Stone & "
OUR COLOR FOR THE PEOPLE.
Wood and Willem-Ware.
A • large assortment. of %Skits,
Buckets, Churns, Tubs, eto., eto.,..at
The best Flour by the barrel, sack
or pound. , Cheaper for the same qual
ity than elsewhere. .
By the hundred or smaller quantity
GLASS & QUEENSWARE.
A largo' steak of Ironstone and Com
mon ware, in setts or by the piece.—
Glassware, Earthenware, Fruit Jars,
etc at Red Front, cheap. • --
All kinds, at very small profits. Not
offered low to draw you on on other
goods. Our prices to continue 'low,
The best Silver and Golden Drips,
genuine .Lovering and other Syrups.
New Orleans and other .Baking
525 CHAIBI'R SETT
A variety of kinds of best always on
\kllo WILL GET IT 1
Roasted and Green, cheap as the
cheapest for the same quality.
Hams, Shoulders, Sides, Dried Beef,
at living prices. •
FOUR 50LB. SACKS OF FLOUR.
Tho best N. Y. Stab
tlille - 'l;est stick and' Other candies,
wholesale and retail.
Dried Poaches and Apples, Ibiisins,
Prunes, Currants,• Elderberries,—Can
ned Fruit and Vegetables, etc.
By the sack or 6ushel, 'Also Dairy
All kinds of Spices, and a great va
riety of notions. Soaps of all' kinds
Pickled Salmon, Haddock, Shad,
Trout, White Fish, Mackerel, : ( Dry
Salt, Quoddy Labrador, take and
smoked Herring, by the halt and guar.
ter barrel; kitt, irtind and dozen.' All
waqaritN, find . OVityftbtiti'?lkcll;blll:e.
The best quality of Tob,peeck,,and
ehetii)er than any abet. store in tocin,
yc t p want first ecill 11,T.
tpttritie enlicfnartora wbdiq'
w ill. be kept regularly loly ,
1, „., ,'!-!
ENTERP' `i(MDT: ll l 3 l lll ) ll it i ' lk : sllB
Ladle■ D and Dogs Clothing.
MRS. B. •ANNIE MCCABE and Miss
31 - Aat REEVES respectfully inform the
public that they. bavo removed to the
house formerly occupied by IL Malan.
igill, on Washington street, and are
prepared to make LadieS' Dresses and
Boys' Clothing of all kinds. They re.
spectfully solicit a full share of: pat
fter Farmers will save money and time by
sending to McLanahan, Stone & !sett, Hat
daysburg, for Harvest Sharpener, to sharpen'
their Mowers and Reapers. Knives must be
kept sharp to do good work. Sharpener sent
pro paid to any address on receipt of $l.OO.
Emery Scythe Rifle 75. Sharpeners and
Rifle on receipt of $1,40 cents. 3231 m
A GOOD PLACE TO STOP.
The FRANKLIN HOTEL, in the Dia
mond, in this place, -S. D. HEFFNER,
Proprietor, is the place for travelers,
business men and the people generally
from town and country , to stop. • The
best accomodations may always be.ex
Bei-Farmers, go to MeLanaban, Stone &
Isett, of Hollidaysburg, and buy your Agri•
euliural Implements, for they hare the best
assortment of agricultural implements in the
State. jel6 5m • '
ger Mclamahan, Stone & leett keep the
repairs of all their instruments, and can be
had any time. jelG•sm
,g McLanahan, Stone A; (sett, solo deal=
ore in the•Goiser Threshei and . Siipitrator and
triple power. jel6-5m
air The best Drills at MeLanahan, Sono
&asett's, Hollidaysburg. jel.9.4na
In Union twp., on the sth of
Juno, Mr. Wm. CUILCOTT, in his 85th
In Cass twp., on the 23d inst., Mrs.
DOROTHY BOWMAN, aged 19 years, 5
months and 7 days.
On the 10th inst., Mr. SAML. FELLER,
of Waterstreet, this county, aged 44
years, 9 months and 28 days.
On the 21st inst., Mr. Aeon. ITAteN
int, of Canoe Valley, this county, aged
57 years, 1 month at:4'ls'days: - " "
On the 28th, in this borough,, MAY,
daughter of Mr. T. E. and Mrs. Smut*.
er, aged— years.
PHILLMLN/11, June 28, 1809.
Superfine /lour per barrel... #firstname.lastname@example.org
Extra Flour per barrel 45.75(46: JO'
Extra Family Flour per barrel. 46 ouoi,oo
Eye Flour per barrel email@example.com
lied Wheat per bushel 61.40(41.56
liye per bushel $1.2001.30
Corn per bushel 1111®91cts.
Oats per bushel Ts®7oot►.
Pirrsoustm,June 28, 1869.
White Wheat Flour per barrel $firstname.lastname@example.org
Bed Wheat Flour per barrel $7.00®720
Winter Wheat per bushel $l2/5©1.30
Corn per bushel 72(§)74ct0.
Oats per guebel 134®65cis.
Ilya per bushel $1.1e©1.16
Cured name ' 20,e/ote
Carat Shouldere . ' lteete.
Clear Bides. 18 ete
Nil, Yon, Zucte2B.=aold closed at $1,37 1 %.
CORRECTED WEEKLY IfY. HENRY k CO
FLOUR—Superfine Flour, per barrel, $4.50
- Extra Flour, do ' • 5:25
Family Flour, do , . , 6.00
GRAIN—Red Wheat, per bushel, :1.15
White Wheat, do 1.25
Rye, do 1.20
Corn, , do , 90
- Oats, do , 60
Barley, do 1.20
SEED — Timothy, do • 2.50
Flaxseed, do 2.25
Cloverseed, per 64 lbs. 6.00
PROVISIONS—Potatooe, per bushel, 60
Dried Apples, do • 2.50
Corn Meal, per cwt., 2.25
Dried Peaches, per pound, 20
Beef, do 22
Lard, do 20
Pork, do. 12
Butter, do 20
Cheese, do 0,
Eggs, per dozen,
COAL—Hard coal, per ton,
Broad Top coal,' 'tfo' 3.00®3.50
LUMBER, per 1000 feet, 12.00®30.00
SHINGLES—Lap, per 1000 ft., 10.040112.00
•Joint Shingles, do . 1,.q.50®,8.00
MIiCELLANEOUS—Bark, percord,' -- 4 . - L -.. 8.00
Bran, per evrt., 1.25
Hops, per pound
' Wool, do ' ' . 1 ' '45®,50
Hay, per ton, ' 13.00
Hides, "t , og7
Hrien Apples, .40 . '1.50
Oniohs, `• •'•' • du 1.00
.!Opiips, , , •
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4. 1 .16:T ,
Lewis.* .icagk gtre,
The book acre lints and nOtes of the Tom of
Pahnstork se Waltman, turellif been asslgned to m Miller
Wilson, and placed In oar' hands for collection, those
knowlngt liemselves Indeblpfl gill please call at once at
our office and make settldinent.
WOODS et 7 . r11.1.110450N.
Iltintingdon, June 1641 '' _
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[Estate of WM. sTE444 dso'dg •
Letters testamentary; on ;the estate of William Steel,
late of the borough ottluntlngdan,degeaeed., having been
granted to the undersigned,' all persona Indetterare re.
quested to make 'payment and those having claims to
present them duly authenticated for settlement."
Coffee Run, June &et JAMES ENTREK/N,
A •pDITOR'S NOTICE.
;state of Samuel H. Bell deed.
indartimaed appointed auditor by the Orphans'
Coulter Huntingdon County, to distribute the balance
on the Account rif Will. H. Bell and J. Lowery Johnston,
Administrator of Smarm, H. BELL, late of Ehirlei
township, deceased, to and among those legally entitled
thereto, hereby, gives notice to all persons interested that
he *lll attend at the'olllce of Woods and Williamson in
Huntingdon, BATIIHDAY, the 20th day of June, 1889,
at ten o'cic;ck, a. M., for the purpose of • making said dis
tribution, when and where all persona having clalma
against said fund aro 'required to present the same or
he debarred from coming In for any share of said fund.
- . • W. HOE. WILLIA
June 9, Auditor.
• IN the Court of Common .Pleae 'of
: -Hontlngdon County :
HYRUM,: M. FENNIS
, ' • ' IN DIVORCE. .
TO JOSEPH FENNIS.—Take notice that a rule hoe
been gmnted on you, to appear in saki Court, at Hunt•
ingdon, on MONDAY. the 9th day of August next;lB69,
to show cause why a divorce from the bonds of matrimo•
ny entered into with Gertrude M. Fenn's, abould not be
decreed by mid Court. ' " '
Jele-it ' ' D. It. P. NEP.LY, Sheriff.
Irj,ISSOLUTION OF , PAUTNER.
e c.partnership heretofore existing between S. R.
Henry, TAB. Johnston &O. Long., trading tinder the limo
nude of !Henry & Co., is this day dissolved by mutual
consent, 0. Long retiring. All business appertaining to
the lirm will bo settled by S. H. Henry and T. B. Johann.
• ' • B. E. HENRY;
THOS. S. JOHNSTON,
Juno 7,1869 CHRISTIAN LONG.
Having purchased C. Long'a interest In the late firm of
Henry & Co., we the undersigned will continue the busi
ness at the old stand, under the old firm 'name of Henry
Co. 8. E. HENRY,
Juno 7, 1869 THOS. S...IOI.INSTON.
Having sold out my Interest In the firm of Henry E.Co.
to, S. E. Henry and Thos. S. Johnston, I would - respect,
fully solicit a contiatianco of the patronage of my_frienda
In their behalf. CHRISTIAN LONG.
Huntingdon, June it • ,
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
• ' rho copartnership heretofore existing 'between P. S.
Isdnberg and A. B. FINS& trading under the firm name
of P. B. Isenberg dt Co.; is this day (Juno 15, 1859;) dis
solved by mutual coneent,A. B. Flood retiring All bus
iness appertainhig to said firm will be settled by P. S.
lienberg. P. B. ISENBERG,
• A. B. FLOOD.'
Huntingdon, Juno 15-fit •
ORPHANS' COURT 'SALE - '
'VALUABLE SEAL ESTATE,
In the 'Village ol2lill Creek.
[ESTATE OF DR. W. 11. KERR, DECEASED.]
By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Hunt
ingdon county, there will be exposed to public sale, on
the premises, in the village of Hill Creek,
On Saturday, July 31st, 1869,
at 2 o'clock, p.m., the following described real estate, to
140' . .A.DjOINiNG LOTS OF GROUND,
Situated iu the .
village of Mill Creek, county of Hunt
ingdon, Pa., eachlot fronting about 06 feet on the turn
pike, leading '
from Huntingdon to Lewistown, and ex
tending hack - at right angles about 154 feet to a sixteen
feet alley. The ono lot has erected thereon '
A GOOD FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
Being 23 feet front by 40 feet back, a frame office for a
physician, a good frame stable, with carriage boom at.
taebed, and all other necessary outbuildings. Both lots
are well fenced, and have a variety of fruit Bees [beacon.
It lean excellent location for a pbyeieian,
TEIt3IS SALE.—Onedialf of the purchase money to
be paid on confirmation of the sale at Atigit.t court,
when 'the deed will be made, nod the residue in -two
mood annual payments thereafter, with interest, to be
secured by the Judgments of the purchaser.
GEORGE LBY, and
B. R. FOUST',
June 23 Admrs. of Dr. W. H. Herr, decffi.
PUBLIC SALE r • ,'
BROAD TOP CORNER
On. Saturday, the 17th of July, 1869,
at 10 o'clock, a. in., I will offer at public.anction nrar
the premises, the Lot and Buildings situated on th ei ru
mor at Montgomery and Railroad streets in the borough
of Huntingdon, formerly known as the -
BROAD TOP CORNER. • -
The lot fronts 65 feet 9 inches on Montgomery titres',
and 60 feet on Railroad street, with a privato joint alley
between It and the hotel property of Geary Laster, ten
feet wide and extending boob 100 feet:to the McC.ahan
lot lately sold to Josiah Cunningham; the rear of the lot
now offered for sale also extends along a old alley back
of Mr. Corbin's Grocery Otero and Mr. Cunningham's
stable, 100 feet to the McCaban lot aforesaid. .• ••
The hale free from ground rent; and the' braildhigs iin
good repair and all well rented by good tenkuhi. •
The tonna of sale and a map of the Lot; Am., Will be,
posted on the promises the day of sale.
je22.41 D. BLAIR.
TrOUSE AND LOT. FOR: SALE
OR - RENT.
Loo undersigned will sell at prlrate sale, that cestain,
houstalid lot, Situate in the loan of Ifunlingdoe, on
ItailrOad Street, which wee formerly cecupied.by Jamas
Steel, Esq, late of Huntingdon, decemixl. Hasid prop
erty is not sold before the first of August neaVit;wlll
then be for rent. For further particulaneapply
jutPtf JANE STEEL . and SISTERS.
F OR 'SALE CHEAP.
.z .n kaooD f ill4 ; STEAit ENGINE,
18 horse poster.
For particulars address J. W. DICKERSON or
E. F. 'KERR,
•Od P. OWN
.INFORMS THE. TLIE. -PUBLIC-
• THAT HE HAS ' • •'
JUST OPENED -
•- : A
SPEENDIL STOCK of NEW GOODS
CAN'T BE ,pmT
• PI .
CHEAPNESS AND 'QUALITY.
COME •AND SEE.
D. P. CVWXPT „,
Huntingdon, April 7, 1669.
A GOOD THING
linpoTtant to Housekeepers, Hotel!, :flanks,
•• ' OtricOs;&6.'
THE PATENT WIRE
Adjustable Window Screen.
ventilation and S&L
Screen from view and exclude
' FLIES, IIOSQUITOS AND OTIIER INSECTS. '
For rale by Dealer. In IloueeTuruisblng
The Adjpetable Windo* Soreen, ()emu:kw,.
SOLE Zd'ANVFATLT4RS, - :
623 Market Street,
A. G. POSTLET#WAITE d;' CO;
general C ommission Merchant
' TOY SUE SAUL Op °
. . ~ ~
Wheat, Corn, Oat,a, Bye, Bark, Butler', Eggs, I.erd,,
~,,' Poultry,4o., •.t ' '•-. ' '
itrge . 2o. ql9/,t4 ; .Fro , tit Strgc,
A. G. Poetlethwaite, Philadelphip,.
.I. b. MoNanghten , . , ...... •
mal2e-af ' .
...roioc Shingles fok eale, b
Lineb24-tf " 1:11Mkty.„11,0M:
ju By the .6X, twik:oileaa quantity, for WO at •
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T. 1 1 1 4 1 4-VgrgiP
-: DO *. ,
•-•-• 7 :f '' , ' _;', --) :,`: -`.
-, fig, .. .; . - : 2 ri.!. , f :: ' ; - ::f i';
Min - Ufa - 01U ring Company
Is now prepared to Sll orders for-,
And in shcgi to do all kinds of Car**
, -work-L: . . 1 ,
To furnish HUBS, SPOKES and, 8E14.4K5, ;
in quantities, and receive orders foc •
BUCKEYE, OHIO HARVESTER,
NEW YORKER, or any other Reaper or Mower
with Pelf Rake; Dropper, front or isatcnt, - or a maClLine
that cuts both front and rear, and has no point thafthe
knives do not work freely; Pratt and other Ititres;
GUM 'Llmil:al Dillis;G rain 'and Clover Bopirators, 49110
Plows and Cultivators, and any implement artily descrip.
Om, should order theta of McLanahan, Stone . i: 'sett, or
their agents, for they have the largest hest assort
moat of Agricultural Implements and their regidre that
is in the State. Farmers look to your own hatoriat and
buryout' Wobbles' where yoti can get thW reittre la a
111cLANAIIAN, STONE A ISETT
Manufacturers and bealars In fill MIAs of Agricultural
.Thiploments, Gaysport Foundry and Machine Shorti
11011Idaysburg, Pa. Byrn 1.4, '6841m.
Wm - AiI:AA 1:.!..f.
NEIN' STORE and NEST GOODS!
Benjamin. Jam* -•
Respectfully informs his old friends and' the publb
generally, that ho hms again located in the borough o
HUNTINGDON. and has opened a very large and entire new
stock of Goods, in Saxton's Steil! Ron* eppeiltßlowts'
Zook Store, cousietiag'of - • , •
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES; CLOTH
ING, HATS and CAPS, BOOTS
and SHOES, QUEENSWARE,• 4
•and -EVERY. VARIETY OF
To bo found in the best stores in tho - place, all of which
ho will sell at prices to Butt the times, and' hopes GS re!
ceivo a liberal share of patronage from a goberous
Den't forget to glee mo a call and 'I ivill try to Please(
you with Goode and prices.
Why Not Plate ]honey
With stir Svssett. AND KEY Cusok OUTFIT,
and by selling
novel and attractive articles I Circulars free.
Jos.'.-4w STAFFORD MFG. CO., 66 Fulton et., New York
DY eending 35 cents, wltk age, height, color of eyes am;
D hair, you will receive, by return mail, a correct plc
lure of your future husband or wife, with name and date
of marriage. Addreoe W. FOX, P. 0. Drawer No.; 24;
Fnitoirrillej flew York. 4 1n16.4w. '
Secrets. of the
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the MYSTERIES, MISERIES and CRIMES, nc,
It contains 35 line engravings; and is tho Bplcies4 toot
Thrilling, instructive, end chespest . Eork published.
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Agents are meeting with unprecedented ericTgega. Ling
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One In Tyrone Co.", Pa.. 44 ina day.- One fa MeridaV
,68 in two days, and a great many others from 10flao
per-week. Send for Circulars, and see ,onr tenng.abda
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.IIEN: you , aco exhaytted -6y over murk cd'Atiolop
hand, and-feel-the - need of something invigorating,
don't drink whiskey nor any intoxicating thingg, whether.
under the iambs of Bitters or,otherwise., Such articles
give just akanch strength to your weary bodiand Mind
as th`e whip gives to the jaded horse and no more. Aleol
bolts stimulants are injurious to liervedmalth, and Ara
ALWAYS followed by DEPRESS/NO REACTION.
Dodd's Nervine 8z Invigorator
is n - TONIO and GENTLE STIMULANT vrbiCh le-NOT at
tended by REACTION. What it gains for yoult malU
tains: When it refreshes body or mind. irrardoliro with
natural stromith that cornea to May. We are not recom
mending teelotalistu lu the interest of any faction; but
lung and extended obsereatiou teaches pa that he who tes
sorts to the bottle foirest or recuperation, Will Brid;as
keeps at it, that ho Is kindling a fire in hie pima wblt/f
will consume like tho flames of perdition. Turn from
t. Take a tonic that will refresh and hot destroy. Dodd's
Nervine is for sale by all Druggists. Price One Dollar:
See book of Certificates that accompanies each bottle. dui'
Npytrspaper and Jobbing
• • • ••"•„.).
iho — tthicketlioclier Card lilinufactory, ,•1," &
Fulton Street, Now. York, la nolr.furniehing,Printers!
Cards at aropur Spiro than any othor boosein the trade.
Samples and List of Pricea malledon application.
Ills' lIOOE SKIRTS., 1114
IV M. T. HOPKfli 4
Has removed his Manufactory and Salesrooma to ' -
No. 1115 CHESTNUT
Where his "Own Make" of Champion Hoop Skirts,
cially'adapted to First-class 'l2hplesals'Of4 5"411 trace,
will be found to embrace thouttateettenalve assortment
in the Union, and all the latest and most desirable styles,
shapes, lengths and alter, 2, 2 X, 216 EK yards round,
of plain endgen* proffers, Walking Skirts, Reception
,Tmils, Sc, Lc., together with over tetyfferstam
'ties of Mipefvd Children's Skits,Ofaktive
motry of style, finial'', lightness, elasticity ' , •darn" Witty'
and real r,beepuers, are unequaled by stlY dtherlpintin in
the nuniset, and aro warranted iweitery raipoot.' , l Sklrti
made to order, altered and repalted, witolM4a an retail-.
etnilnlitterdr tow priced eastern wide' Rahn; Pangs
35tdate; 20 springs, 45' cents; 25 springs; insrta ;
springs, &Scents; and 40 springs, n, center • "
.O:MUSTS! COliBBTBll' COIIIBISTBI OT. different
gfit eo X 7.06 Vrfg.et
mit dupe' right Ilooti})t stem '4ll • kUtdildln
Atdominii," Corsets, Trench, Nage and Demerits
trade Cornett, d angular kW t ritterne er
tell Corsere, "HO OWat Uake "to .w we Invite
Complete rAtent of Ladlos'ynier Gdyll 1•2:114,. , at .
GENERAL AGENT orthe VAR . ; . B.Atil FANTON .
YA?dII,I43EVCINI INS intpetior to any other
before tbe , y•Voro 'of these No. I itachineei
Pries 855 II) are berz given away to °streams/aw in
order to get tits* idt uced. - Every persoain -wa ntof
'ter,ingeti in oac Ihte, should examine ourgoode purl
(treeing eladmhere. Cali ors• ad for eirentars, at our meat.
vitiators end seletroome, NO. 110 aware t Sty Philadete
024.- • • mh3o.3m HOPUNIA.
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SkrAll Oideie should be addresied to '
D. 1 1 1 7 2AULgy, President, ,
Juno 16, 1130,:tf,
THIS IS NO HOMBIIG;
032 o f tbi - PLc‘ a. Z ?
mat: T.,„,: va rtientr. o l
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ocar LSO. lerouttlii
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