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Wednesday morning, Aug. 4,1869.
LOCAL So PERSONAL
Moriah Lodge, .11 - o. 300, A. 1'..31, meets second
Monday evening of each month, to Brown's building.
Sanding Stone FL R. A. Chapter, No. 201, meets the
11. at Tuesday evening of each month, in Brown's building.
Juniata Ledge, No. 117, I. 0. 0. F., meets every Friday
evening, third floor, in Lelater's
Mount Hor Camp of I. 0. 0. F., meets every second
end fourth Tuesdays, in Leister's building, third floor.
Sanding Stone Lodge, No. 85.1. 0. G. T., meets every
Tuesday evening in third floor of Read's building.
Arrapahoe Tribe, N 0.68, 1. 0. of R. if., meets every,
Thursday evening, third floor, Leiner's building.
Young Men's Stristian Association meets the first and
third Monday evenings each month, in Brown's building.
Post 33, C. A. R., meets Third Monday of each mouth
fn Court Rouse.
neon (bunch meets tho first Friday evening of each
Huntingdon Lodge, N 0.149, K. of P., meet' every sat
tardily °Toning, in Lelater'o building.
Baptist Church—Washington Street. Rev. J. W. Plan.
nett. Services on Sabbath : 1034 a. en., 7p. m.
Catholic—Washington Street. Rev.o. S. Gallaher. Ser
vices first three Sundays in every month.
Evangelical Lutheran—BK[lm Street. Rev. J. J. Kerr.
Services on Sabbath : 1036 a. m., 7 p. m.
German Reformed—Church Street. Rev. S. D. Stecklo.
Service on Sabbath: 7. p. m.
Methodist Episcopal—Church Street. Rev. R. E. Wilson.
Services on Sabbath: 1034 a. m, 7 p. m.
Protestant Episcopal—Hill street. Rev. A. 11. Boyle,
Services on Sabbath : 1034 a. m., 7 p. m.
Presbyterian-11111 Street. Rev. O. W. Zahnieer. Ser
vices on Sabbath : 11 a. m , 7 p. m.
Look for the eclipse neat Saturday
Tyrone is getting patent composition pave
Chicken cholera prevails in this neighbor
The New York Circus came to time on
Court commences next week. We will be
pleased to see our friends.
The delegate elections take place next Sat
The Republican County Convention meets
next. Tuesday in Huntingdon.
Our legal friend T. W. Myton, located in
Kansas City, is in town, and looks well. .
Huntingdon has a boat-club composed of
`Singular . —tis 3d of August, and nobody
complains of the beat.
214 soldiers ofTuniata county perished in
the late rebellion.
Hollidaysburg is to get the Fair. The Al
toonians don't like it.
The Altoona incendiaries were tried last
week. 'Two of them were convicted.
Apples are going to be plenty this year.—
A farmer in Bucks county, named Burgess,
was killed by his bull.
- Counterfeit twenty duller bills are in cir
Senator John Scott returned home from hie
western tour on the 24th ult.
The Clearfield merchants close up shop at
The Lutheran Sunday School of this place
pic-niced on Friday last.
An ingenious Yankee advertises that he
manufactures "drums that cannot be beat."
The crickets and katydids have made their
appearance. The weather wise say it is a
sign of an early fall.
The poor fellow who spent two dollars for
his family to see the show was in town, but
didn't take the newspaper.
Newport, Pa., wants more shade trees, a
Lock-up, a new passenger depot, and its old
graveyard fixed up.
The Phoenix engine was placed in the new
engine house on Saturday last. ' Old wine
should not be placed in new bottles."
Our townsman, Charles 11. Anderson, has
been appointed an assistant inspector of cus
toms at the port of Philadelphia.
Mrs. G. W. Branter, of Clover Creek, Blair
county, fell and fractured her leg on the 13th
The new jail at Hollidaysburg is under
roof. Oure has .leln under roof fifty years
P. H. McAteer, formerly a hotel keeper of
this place, has been appointed a route agent
between Harrisburg and *Altoona.
The axle of Dr. R. A. Miller's carriage
was broken on Thursday last by another car
riage running into it.
Seo advertisement of Huntingdon Academy
in to•day's issue. Huntingdon can and
should support a good institution.
Capt. Jones, editor of the Tyrone Herald,
has married a Mrs. Annie N. Harper. "We
wish him success.
A six year old eon of J. A. Major of Lew
istown, had his feet badly burned recently by
stepping into a heap of hot ashes.
A son of Theo. Sickles, of Gaysport, Blair
county, had his leg broken while wrestling
with a companion.
A four-horse team, attached to a spring
wagon, run off in the streets of Altoona last
week. The occupants escaped miraculously.
- Rev. G. W. Zahniser, of this place, and
his brother, of Mercer, together with their
families, were at Clarion, Pa., last week.
Mr. Jacob Rough, of Perry county, while
out riding, was shot at by a highwayman se
creted in a woods near. Milford, that county.
The Bellefonte icational was recently sold
tky the sheriff. Let our readers bear in mind
that a paper can't be sustained by mere pro
;Moos to pay.
A picked nine from this vicinity recently
beat the Amateur base ball club of Tyrone,
but the game was declared in favor of the
patter, as only six innings were played.
lie Logan describes the female bathers
at Long Branch as "hanging themselves on
the safety rope, looking exceedingly like
newly washed clothes on a windy Monday."
."man once went to an eccentric lawyer to
be qualified for some petty office. The lawyer
said to him : "Hold up your hand I I'll swear
you, but all creation couldn't qualify you."
Of the Knights of Pythias in this State
there are 179 lodges, and 32,824 members.—
The first lodge in this State was instituted at
Philadelphia February 23,1867.
The chief occupation of the women and
children at Portage station on the Penneyl
•ania railroad, is picking berries. The edi
tor of the Altoona Tribune was there to see
The Hollidaysburg Standard and Altoona
Vindicator are rrind,,.beesnee we don't say
sweet things about their candidates. They
(the candidates) are perishable Ps in our es
Johnstown has a musical prodigy in the
person of Eddie Hohp3ann• He is but Biz
and a half years old. He plays skilfully by
pote a number of airs on the violin. He has
pot yetplapteresl his A, T., V's;
The campmeeting near Riddlesburg cont.
mums on Friday next. The Broad Top Co.
will issue excursion tickets from the 6th to
the 13th insts. A special train will be run
on Sunday next, which will leave here at 7
A. M., and return at 7.30 P.M. •
An obituary in the Hollidaysburg papers
announces the death of two individuals named
Henry Black and Jacob Barnhart, of Green
field township, who lived together on adjoin
ing lands all their life time, and died but a
few hours apart. Mr. Black was 62, and Mr.
Barnhart GO years of ago.
Mrs. Catharine Bow died in Waynesboro,
Ps., on the 13th i nst., aged 85 years, 7 mos.,
and 19 days. She was mother of 11 chil
dren, 49 grand-children and 27 great-grand
children, making a total of 87. She was
married 65 years and lived with her hus
band, Michael Row, dec'd., 63 years.
A call appears in the Fulton Republican,
for a convention of nil those interested in
building a railroad from Mt. Union, to the
railroads of Cumberland valley, Pa., to meet
at Burnt Cabins, Thursday, August sth,
when the several railroad charters will be
submitted to the convention, and committees
named to obtain subscriptions to the capital
stock of the company under whose charter
this work is to be built.
Corporeal Punleltaient lu Soho°le.
Since the lst.of January last each
assistant teacher in Pittsburg has been
required to send to the City Superin
tendent of Education a correct list of
the corporeal punishment in each
school during the month. It is signifi
cant that the number gradually dimin
ished within five months from 300 to
100. The Commercial says:
What has caused the large diminu
tion in the number of corporeal pun
ishments? Doubtless the simple fact
that teachers and principals are alike
ashamed of frequent whippings, and
have no ambition to bead the list in
that line. The floggings in the school
room, like those in the family, are not
subjects for boasting, and this furnish
es a fair argument against corporeal
punishment. „People should not bo
ashamed of acts which they know and
feel to be right. We do not say that
punishment should never be inflicted
by the parent and teacher, but wo be
lieve that in nine cases out of ton the
whippings in the family and the school
are unnecessary and useless, and bru
talize rather than benefit the children.
With a diminution of more than two
thirds in the number of punishments,
the principals report that the discip•
lino in the schools• is better than ever
before. Thls is certainly encouraging,
and, under the now regulation, may
we not hope that the day is not far
distant when the rod will be abolished
altogether, or but rarely used ?
The Game Law in Brief.
We condense the provisions of the
Game Law for public information :
Doer cannot be killed or taken ex
cept from.the Ist of September until
the 31st of December.
Grouse or Pheasants can be shot
from the Ist August to 20th December
Partridges can only be killed from
the Ist October to the 20th December.
Wild turkeys can bo hunted from
the Ist October to the Ist January.
Squirrels and rabbits may be shot
from the first August to lst January.
Woodcock from the 4th July to the
15th of November.
Insectivorous birds, which includes
the robin, are prohibited to be shot at
any time, and it is illegal to rob the
nests of wild birds of all kinds.
Trout can be fished for with hook
and lino only during the months of
April, May, June and July.
Sunday shooting or hunting is pro
hibited under a heavy penalty.
Traps, blinds, snares, ike. , are entire.
Possession of fish or game out of
season is sufficient to convict the par.
ty, even if they were purchased.
The penalties vary from $5 to $5O.
One half the fine goes to the inform
er, and any ono convicted and refusing
to pay the fine goes to jail for ten days.
Messrs. Editors: —The name of J. E,
Smucker, Esq., formerly of Brady township,
will be presented' to the Republican Conven
tion for renomination to the office of Register
and Recorder. In doing so we present the
name of a soldier who was a hero in many
hard-fought battles, and who bears the marks
of three wounds, one of which was through
the left elbow, and disables him for life. It
has been the rule and custom of our party fur
many years, to give two terms in said office :
for the reason that it is to the interest of eve
ry citizen of the county to have in that office
an officer acquainted with the business, and
enabled to explain the law upon matters per
taining thereto, and which knowledge cannot
be thoroughly obtained in one term. We
'therefore hope that the citizens of each elec
tion district will instruct their delegates to
renominate Mr. S., and thereby endorse this
good rule, and also prove that this disabled
soldier can have extended to him the same
privileges that have been given to other Bee
isters and Recorders for the last fortyfive
years. BRADY TOWNSHIP.
To the editors of the Globe ; Sirs :—I no
tice the name of J. E. Smucker, Esq., as :a
candidate for the office of Register and Recor.
der of your county, subject to the decision of
the Republican County Convention. I know
not whether this letter will add to the strength
of Mr. S. but in order to do him justice as a
soldier, I may state that I was one of the
commanding officers of the company to which
Mr. S. belonged and know that a braver sol
dier never shouldered a musket. Ile was
always ready and willing to do his duty to
wards his country and in many hard fought
battles displayed true courage and patriotism
and whilst engaged in the bloody battle of
Cold Harbor on June 3d, 186-1, ho was se
verely wounded through the left elbow, which
wound caused him much pain and suffering
and perhaps will disable him fur life. This
soldier is worthy of any favors that may be
shown him, and es we learn he has fully de
monstrated his capability of performing the
duties of said office, the party will do a good
thing by giving him a renomination.
Formerly Lieut. of Co. C, 45th Regt., P. V.,
and late Reg. and Ree. of Mifflin Co., Pa.
zay-With Dyspeptics everything is wrong.
Food does not.digest ; sleep does not refresh;
wine dues not cheer; smiles do not gladden;
music does not charm, nor can any other joy
enter the breast of the miserable dyspeptic.
You most get rid of it, or it will become
seated and confirmed, and life will be a bur
den and existence a curse. Plantation Bit
ters will do away with all this. New life,
strength and energy will take possession of
you. The damask will again bloom upon
your cheek, and the luster in your eye will
again bo as bright ns in your healthiest, hap
piest and most joyous days.
MAGNOLIA. WATER.—SUpeIIOr to the beet
imported German Cologne, and sold at half
the price. tf
nra,Rev. J. J. Derr, Lutheran Cler
gyman of this place, received the hand
some Chamber Sett voted . for during
July at Enterprise Headquarters,
very handsome majority. Several oth
er Clergymen also received very hand
some votes. Tho whole number of
votes polled was 4905:
L 0 CAL CORRESPONDENCE.
MESSRS. EDITORS :—You will certain
ly consider that a mean spirit in any
man who hates to see his neighbors
prosper, and you will certainly deem
that a despicable spirit which would
discourage enterprise in a town because
one or more mon are directly benefit
ted by it. It is a pity some men are
BO near sighted as to think that if they
can only prevent improvements in a
town, they thereby throw obstacles in
the way of the advancement of those
who take the lead in such a move
ment. There are many who aro so
envious of another's progress in the
world that they do all they can to
drag him down, and if he makes a
move in ono direction, they are the
first to follow in hie wake and try to
pull down what ho has . done. If a
man wants to see his town improve,
he will find a host who aro ready with
the weapons of slander, insinuation
and discouraging remarks, to prevent
the consummation of his audable de
sire. Such men, no matter bow much
they lung to see good institutions of
art or learning established in our
midst, will do nothing to bring them
hero; and if anybody doestake the in•
itiative steps to establish them, they
tell him it won't pay, or it will do onr
town no good, and too often the man
of enterprise gives way to their inein
nations. This should not be. The
voice of such pleaders should not
be heeded, and we believe there are
enough men who have the good of our
town at heart, if they were oply ap
proached in a proper way, that would
actively co-oporate in helping to revive
the now dormant energies of our
town, and develop the many natural
advantages it possesses. It is a pity
that the drones of our town can do
more than the men of energy, and
yet they -do. To one improvement
that has been effected by the men of
energy, wo can point to five that the
drones have prevented. We need
not particularize the objects that wore
to be hero,
and yet are not. We can
howonly see few of the many enter
prises talked of, have assumed the
shape of reality. And they are too few,
compared to what might have been
hero if the drones had not prevented
A GOOD PLACE TO STOP.
The FRANKLIN HOTEL, in the Dia
mond, in this place, S. D. HEFFNER,
Proprietor, is the place fur travelers,
business men and the people generally
from town and country to stop. The
best accomodations may always be ex
At the Exchange Hotel, on the 22d
of Juno, by Rev. R. E. Wilson, Mr.
SAMUEL GRAY : to Miss MARY 311. SMITH,
all of Huntingdon Furnace.
In this place, on the 29th ult., by the
same, Mr. HENRY LOYD, to Miss ELIZ
ABETH C. STATES, all of McConnells•
town, Huntingdon County.
On Tuesday evening, July 20th, at
the residence of the bride's mother,
by Rev. J M. Adair, Mr. JARED M. IR
VIN, to Miss SALLIE B. FUREY, all of
Jackson Twp., Huntingdon County.
On the Bth of June, 1869, bp Rev. J.
W. Plannett, Mr. GEO. T. WARFEL, of
Henderson twp , to Miss HATTIE Mc-
Coy, of Huntingdon. .
Our young friends have remember
ed the printers with a greenback. We
thank them, and hope that they may
enjoy a happy and prosperous life, and
be blessed with the crown of eternal joy
when taken to that home, whence there
will be no separation.
In this borough, on the 31st ult., Mr.
SIMON WESTON, aged years.
Friday, 23d inst., at Christiana, Lan
caster Co., Pa., MINNIE It. only daugh
ter of Geo. W. and Kate K. Singleton,
aged 18 months and 6 days.
"No kisses drop upon my cheek,
Those lips are sealed to me;
Dear lewd how could I give her up,
To any but to thee."
In Orbisonia, July 17, 1869, DAYW
S. BAKER, aged 32 years, 11 months
and 3 days.
The deceased was a son of the late Jacob
Baker, of Springfield township, Huntingdon
county, Pa., and was one of eight brothers
that served his country in the late rebellion,
he being a member of Co. D, 110th Regt.. P.
V., and was wounded in the battle of Win
chester, Va., March —, 1862. He was a
charter member of Orbisonia Lodge, No. 640,
I. 0. of O. F., and was one of the principal
workers in establishing the order in Orbiso
nin. He was an industrious, upright and
accomplished business man, and was univer
sally respected and esteemed by a very large
circle of acquaintances. A large number of
the members of the order, and others, accom
panied his remains to their last restineplace
and performed the last duty that roan can
render his fellowman.
The following preamble and resolutions
were reported by a committee consisting of
B. F. Chi Tenet, T. M. Kelly and G. W. Cor
nelius, and unanimously adopted by the
Whereas, It has pleased the All-wise Ru
ler of the Universe in his providence to re
move from us our beloved brother, P. G.,
David S. Baker, therefore,
Resolved, That in the death of brother Ba
ker, our order has lost an energetic and con
sistent member, the community a good citi
zen, and hie friends a dutiful sun and an af
Resolved, That we sympathize With his be-
reaved mother and brothers in their hour of
great distress, and that we commend them to
that great head of the church which was so
much conithrt to their departed friend in his
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions
be sent to the editors of the Huntingdon Globe
and Monitor for publication, and alto that a
copy of the same be handed to the mother of
Resolved, That the Lodge room shall be
draped in mourning, and that all the mein
hers of the Lodge in respect to our deceased
brother, wear a badge of mourning fur thirty
Orbisonia, July 24, 1869.
• The following resolutions were adopted by
Arrapahoe Tribe, No. 68, I. 0. of It. M.:
Whereas, The Great Spirit, in his wisdom,
has seen lit to remove from our councils, uur
beloved brother, David S. Baker, therefore
Resolved, That in our bereavement we bow
in humble submission to the will of the Great
Spirit, and while sye mourn the Iwo= of a true
and tried brother, we aro consoled in the im
mortal hope that he has gone to the "happy
hunting grounds" where the council lire of
love and glory burnoth forever.
Resolved, That the friends of our docased
brother hitve our sympathies and condolence
in their berravement.
Resofred, That our wigwam be draped in
mourning for thirty eune, and a copy of these
proceedings he transmitted to the friends of
the deceased, and published in the county pa.,
L. FRANK WAITRON,
S. A. FLENNER,
L. B. KLINE,
Iluntingdon, July, 1869.
OUR COLUMN FOR THE PEOPLE.
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 Mo
A variety of kinds of best always on
Roasted and Green, cheap aii' the
cheapest for the same quality.
Hams, Shoulders, Sides, Dried Beef,
at living prices.
The best N. Y. State Goshen and
The best stick and other candies,
wholesale and retail.
The best Flour by the barrel, sack
or pound. Cheaper for the same qual
ity than elsewhere.
By the hundred or smiler (inutility
GLASS & QUEENSWARE.
A large steak of Ironstone and Com
mon ware, in setts or by the piece.—
Glassware, Earthenware, Fruit Jars,
etc ; at Red Front, cheap.
Wood and Willow-Ware.
A large assortment of Baskets,
Buckets, Churns, Tubs, etc., etc., at
Dried Poaches and Apples, Raisins,
Prunes, Currants, Elderberries,—Can
nod Fruit and Vegetables, etc.
By the sack or bushel. Also Dairy
All kinds of Spices, and a great
riety of notions. Soaps of all kinds
Pickled Salmon, Haddock, Shad,
Trout, White Fish, Mackerel, Dry
Salt, Quoddy Labrador, Lake and
smoked Herring, by the ball and quar
ter barrel, kilt, pound and dozen. All
warranted, and cheaper than elsewhere.
The best quality of Tobacco, and
cheaper than any other store i❑ town,
For what you want . ftrst call at En
terprise Headquarteo where prices
will be kept regularly low.
TIVNTI;sTGPON, 3 PA.
PIIIILDELPIILI, July 31, 1869.
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Superfine Flour per barrel $8.00(30.75
Extra Flour per barrel $email@example.com
Rye Flour per barrel $6.1234©6.23
Red Wheat per bushel 81.451.65
Rye per bushel .firstname.lastname@example.org
Corn per bushel 1 17©1.18ets.
Oats per bushel 76©76ets.
PITTSBURGH, July 31, 1569.
White Wheat Flour per barrel ' - $7.00(417.50
Red Wheat Flour per barrel $0.6000.75
New Wheat per bushel $1.20(411.25
Corn per bushel 88©90cts.
Oats per bushel 69@710te.
Ilya per bushel $1.2051.25
Cued Items 214ete.
Cured Shoulders 1 bets.
Clear Sides lOcte.
nil . ]Vow; July 31.—GoId closed at $1,38%.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY HENRY &CO.
FLourt—Superfine Flour, per barrel, $4.50
Extra Flour, do 5.25
Family Flour, do 6.00
Guatri--=Red Wheat, per bushel, 1.15
White Wheat, do 1.25
Bye, do 1.00
Corn, do 90
Oats, do 50
Barley, do 1.20
SEED — Timothy, do 2.50
Flaxseed, do 2.25
Cloverseed, per 64 lbs. 6.00
PROVISIONS—Potatoes, per bushel, 50
Dried Apples, du 2.50
Corn Meal, per cwt., 2.25
Dried Peaches, per pound, lB
Dried Beef, do 22
Lard, ' do .20
Eggs, per dozen,
Com.—Hard coal, per ton, omogsmo
Broad Top coal, do email@example.com
LUMBER, per 1000 feet, 12.00®30.00
SHINGLES—Lap, per 1000 ft., 10.00(c_,M2.00
Joint Shingles, do 6.00d7.00,1
MISCELLANEOUS—Bark, per cord, 8.00
Bran, per cwt., 1.25
Hops, per pound 40
Wool, do 45®50
Hay, per ton, 8.00
Green Apples, do 1.00
Onions, do 75
Ladles Dresses and Boys Clothing.
Mus. B. ANNIE MCCABE and Miss
MARY REEVES respectfully inform the
public that they have removed to the
house formerly occupied by H. .MeMan
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
The Post Office Department since
the first of March has appointed 4,561
postmasters, removed 2,139 and ac
cepted 1,660 resignations, established
639 now offices, closed up 190 and
changed the names and sites of 14.
A whole family in Wheatland, this
State, were poisoned by eating "toad
stools" which they mistook for mush
rooms. Two out of the five in tho fa.
Xter Farmers, go to IllcLanahan,'Stono &
Isett, of Hollidaysburg, and buy your Agri
cultural Implements, for they have the best
assortment of agricultural implements in the
State. . j el 6
210 y. McLanabart, Stone & Isett keep the
repairs of all their instruments, and can be
had any time. jelG.sm
rm.. Farmers, go and see the States
man Premium Grain Drill for sale by
A. R. Stewart & Co., Huntingdon. 2t
Its, The celebrated BarleY Sheaf
and Eclipse Cook Stoves at A. R. Stew
art & Co's. Go and see them. 2t
Va,"House keepers will save money
by buying their Groceries at Enter
le-A ,valuablo mare belonging to
Mr. George Long, of this place, died
ze-MeLanalian, Stone !sett, sole deal
ers in the Geiser Thresher and Separator and
triple power. .jel6-sin
'Ear The best Drills at MeLanahan, Stone
& Isett's, Hollidaysburg. • jel6 4m
I)A 1 t ~ 11,.
Lazarus & Morris'
AND EYE GLASSES.
The largo and Increasing sales or theso
Ie a aura proof of their usefulneee. We wore satisfied
that they would be appreciated here as elsewhere, and
that the reality of the athantages offered to wearers of
our beautiful lenses, viz,: the ease and comfort, the as
sured and readily ascertained improvement of the sight,
and the hi illiant assistance they give Mall cases, wore in
themselves so apparent on trial, that the result could not
be otherwise than It has, in the almost general adoption
'of our CELEBRATED PERFECTED SPECTACLES by the
residents of this locality
With a full knowledge of the value of the assertion,
we claim that they are the moat perfect optical aids over
manufactured. • To those needing Spectacles, we afford
at all times an opportunity of procuring the beat and
Mr. AARON STEWARD,
Watchmaker and Jeweller,
tins alvca3s on hand a fall assortment, suitable, for
We take occasion to notify this public that wo employ
no peddleta, and to caution them against those pretend
tug to Imo our goods for sato. jo3o-tc
3ESA:IITrt.T3C 3 'O
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF. LIME,
We offer to Fanners, ths present fall season, BAUGH'S
RAW BONE SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME as being
Baugh's Raw Bone Super Phosphate Is, as its name in
dicates. prepared by dissolvin g Raw Bones in OR of Vit
riol—that is, bones that have not been deprived of their
organic matter—the grease and glue—by burning or ba
king. It, therefere. presents to the use of flee farmer
all the valuable properties of Raw Bones in a highly con
centrated form—rendering it et once quick In action and
ga..Fariners are recommended to purchase of the deal
er located in their neighborhood. In sections where no
dealer is yet established, the PHOSPHATE may be pro
cured directly Dom the undersigned.
BAUGH & SONS,
Office, No. 20 South Delaware Avenue,
Julyl4. 3m PHILADELPIIIA.
WIIY don't you go to lionry 4 co.
and by yon goods of every description at the
very lowest prices, and save the troyble of 'going from
store to fitoae to get what you want. ruch24-lf
LAP and Joint Shingles for sale by
' tq1:1241 HENRY I! CO.
SPRING AND SUMMER,
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Clentlomen'a Clothing of the boat material, and mock
In the beet workmanlike manner, call at
IL ROMAN'S, •
opposits um 'Franklin llouee In Market Sqnnro, Ilunting
NEW STORE and NEW GOODS!
Respectfully informs hie old friends and the publio
generally, that ho has again located in the borough of
IiIINTINUDON. and has opened a very largo and entire new
stock of Goods in Saxton's Store Room opposite Lewis'
Book Store, consisti ug of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTH
ING, HATS and CAPS, BOOTS
and SHOES, QUEENSWARE,
and EVERY VARIETY OF
To be found in the best stores in the - place, all of which
ho will sell at prices to suit the times, and hopes to re
ceive a liberal shore of patronage from a generous public.
Don't forget to give me a call and I w ill try to ploaso
you with Goods and prices,
18 Sept. 30,1800•
;al ."-=. NO.) a P'oll
100 TOWN LOTS
P .- U - 131_1TC SALE.
Will bo sold at public Bete, Without reserve, on the pre.
On Saturday, August 21st, 1869
Commencing at II A. 51., 80 acres of laud, part of the
George Lowman survey at Figard's old stone mill on Six
Mile Run, ono mile above ltiddleeburg. About one-half
of this property has been laid out in town lots of 50 by
150 feet, with wide streets. The balance is divided into
lots clone to live acres for timber and pasture lots, The
water power and three acres will be sold together. Situ
ated between two large collieries and within one mile of
the extensive Iron Works at Itiddlesburg It Is the best
location in the region for business tarn, mechanics, min
ire, and labor ors. The town site is pleasant and pretty,
with abundance of water. It will ho sold to the highest
bidder to close a partnership. A tract of ten acres war
ranted in name of J. Figard, with coal right, will be sold
at same lime. Passengers by morning train from llunt
ingdon or Bloody Sun, can return the same day.
July 24, 1860—td. L. T. WATTSON.
QIIERIFF'S SALES.—By virtue of
I,Jsundry writs of Yenditioni Exponas directed to me
I AA Ili expose to public ante or•outcry, et the Court Horse,
In the Borough of Iluntingdon, ou MONDAY,• the dm
of AUGUST, 1869, at two o'clock, P. IL, the following
described property to wit:
All the right, title and interest of
the defendant in all that certain Homo and Lot situate
in the borough of Huntingdon, bounded on the north by
lot of Frederick Picket, on the east by Dane Long, west
by Penna. Railroad, on the south by 15 feet alloy. Seized,
taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of
NOTICE TO PERCITASERB.—BiddCTEI at Sheriff's Sales wil
take notice that immediately upon the property being
knocked down, fifty per cent. of all bids under $lOO, and
twenty-five per cent. of all bids over I hat sum, must be
paid to the Sheriff, or the property will be set op again
and sold to other bidders who will comply with the above
If court continues too weeks deed acknowledged on
Wednesday of second week. Ono week's court, property
knocked down on Monday and deed acknowledged on the
D. IL P. NEELY, Sheriff.
Huntingdon, July 14, 1669.
rl WIST LOTS FO It SALE
IN WEST IIIINTI?.:GDON
Buy Lots from BLit bands at
Purchasers desiring to build can bare very liberal
terms as to paynients Now is the time to invest. Ap•
ply to j)2ltf IL ALLISON MILLER.
STEAM ENGINE FOR SALE
A 000 D STEAM ENGIRD, 17 horse power,
FOR S I ,, Mcz3E A.P_
Can be aeon in operation at Bloody Run Oro Mines.
For particulars apply to JAB. M. WATTSON,
)y29-3t Bloody Run, Pa.
IJOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE
1111] undersigned will sell at private sale, that certain
house and lot, situate in the town of Huntingdon, on
Railroad Street, which was formerly occupied by James
Steel, Eau ' late of Huntingdon, deceased. If said prop
erty is not sold before the first of August next, it will
theta° fur rent. Fur further particulars apply to
ju9-tf JANE STEEL and SISTERS.
FOR SALE CHEAP
A GOOD NEW STEAM ENGINE,
18 horse power
For particulars address J. W. DICKERSON or
E, F. KERB,
ntelll7-tf Bedford, Benno,
f e l GEO. SHAEFFER
OMlagjust returned from the east with aagi li e
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &C.,
Which lie offers to the inspection of his customers and
the public generally. lie will soil his stock at the most
and those who purchase once will surely call again.
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING dono in the neatest and most expedi
Call updn Mr. Schaeffer at his shop on Dill street, a
few doors west of the Diamond. np.14,1869
TO THE N. E. CORNER OF DIAMOND.
Boot and Shoe Emporium.
-JOHN R. WESTBROOK
Respectfully informs the citizens of Huntingdon and
vicinity that lie hasjust received from the city a NEW and
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe _Findings, Carpet Sacks,
Trunks, &c., &c., &c., &c.
all of which ho is prepared to eell at greatly rednced prices
Don't forget the new stand in the Diamond. Old mitt).
more and the public generally aro invited to call.
Huntingdon, op. 7, HMO.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
I,i old taicndtla
tLo t g n ust
taa g re
A Fine Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
All of which Lox ill sell at fair prices. Quick :ales and
vuallprofits. Call and examine my stock.
Manufacturing and Repairing noun to order as usual.
Huntingdon, Ap. 14, 1169.
F IFTY YEARS AGO.
In what a wondrous age we live,
- tot many seem to know;
Ent few the mighty change perceive,
Since fifty peals ago;
Our ancestors did never dream,
When things moved very slow,
Of what we're doing now by steam—
Say fifty years ago.
Cientlemen's and Boys Roots and Slates then
Were made with little show,
Rat LEWIS RICHTER makes Oho "styles"
At m ices very low. myl3-1m
A WORD TO
Being a Short and practical treatise on the nature, caus
es, and mptcans of Pulmonary Consumption, Bronchitis,
and Asthma; and their prevention, trcatrucat, and cur;
by inhalation. tent by mall fee.s. Address Q. VAN
IIIJ3ISIELL, hl.D.,lllWest Fourteenth St., N. V.113/14-4
Why Not Make Money
With ear Stentt, A Kyr CHECK OUTM, and by sollirig r
novel and attractive articles t Circulars free.
Je23-ivr STAFFORD DUO. CO., ad Fulton et., New York
IerSINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
JO If you want your card neatly printed ou ravel
open, call at
LEWIS' IMOE: .9 1 7? SFAVI?IfERYS.p.FE,
kk k k
The Tourist or Grant Kat
V 1 2E21% OW Fe'MIXIUOS4
CORNER OF THE DIAMOND,
WM. B. ZEIGLER,
Furnishing / Palley,
Alpacas, Poplins, Plaids, DeLainee, Lawns Cfingbrons,
Prints, fine Cambrice, Musline, Denims, fine :Linen, Mar.
settles, Piequas. India Twills, &c.
A largo assortment of
Ladies' ashionable ken Trimmings,
Silk Fringes, Buttons, Bugles, Velvet Ribbons, etc.
Furnishing Goods, Stockings, Moreno, Cotton, Wool, ao;
Kid of all colors, Silk, Thread, Cotton, kn., of all EIZOB
and latest styles, Under garments of all kinds, for LB:
dies, Gents and Children.
Table Linen, hlusline,-Napkins. Doylies, &c. Sheotion
and Shirting, Brown and Bleached, from 8 cents up.
A largo stock of the latest styles. A largo stock, of
Notions, Zephyrs, Yarns, &c. All cheaper than ,tlo
.Ai Boom, opposite the First National Bank, Iluntfng,
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR
GEO. F. NARSH,
Has removed to the second floor in Read's Now Build
ing, when he Intends to hoop constantly on hand• the,
latest styles of
CLOTHS, CASSIHERES, AND THSTIHGS.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINOD.
Being a practical workman of many yearn egverlencs.
ho to prepared to make to order Clothing for men and,
boys, and guarantee neat, durable and faahlortable WrOck.._
mansbip. Ile IS determined to please everybody. ,
.4f3-All are invited to call :nd examine my new
stock of beautiful patterns before purchasing elsowberq
Huntingdon, Mch. 9
Spring Arrival of Gent's- Gooits.
Iles removed to the room over John Dare & Co's Book,
(Old Broad Top Corner,) where ho is prepared to do al 3 / 4
kinds of wolk in his lino of businOsS. 110 has Jest recolm,
ed a full Ilao of
YESTINGS, • •
Thankful for past patronage he solicits a continuance
of the same. The attention of the public in called el, bin
stock of cloths, &c., which he is prepated to make up to
older in a fashionable, durable and workmanlike manned'
Please give me a call. . .
Huntingdon, Pa., April 7tb, 1869
A GOOD THING !
Important to Housekeepers, Hotels, Banks,
° Offices, Ike.
THE PATENT WIRE;
Adjustable Window Screen:
Give ventilation and light,
Screen (row view antlexclude
FLIES, moscturrbs AND °TILER INSECTS.
For solo by Dealers in house-Furutob!og Goods.
Adjustable Window Screen ClawanYl4
EOLE 'MANUFACTURERS, .
623 Market Street, Philadelphia:
The subscribers have rccent4 iltsoveFed a new.•
ESSENCE OF STARCII7II,,
In calling tho nttention of the Indlen toner 'Starch,
they will find that it economizes labor, produces a
Much superior to common starch, and easier to iron. !In ;
foot if you want a bountiful gloss on your skirt, or your
husband's shirt pr collar, procuro a box of our Essence
of Starch. Tho cast is trifling, only 15 cents a box., ,
Try a box and bo convinced. Every Family . shoullk
have a box of the Essence of Starch. For solo by alk
Grocers owl deaf/Ts - in tho United States. Manufacture&
only by SMITH, 11A51510N & CO., solo pioprloturft, Ng.
1113 harmer street, Philadelphia.
" - -
454 For ado 'DIASSEI: & COT. Eptervrlso 119 Ad
(pm tore. fob 9
ver [CONCENTRATED INDICO.]
For the LAUNDRY,
It is warranted not to, streak, or iu nny_manner Injure
the finest fabrics.
FOR FAMILY USE Sold In FIVE cents, TEN cents,
and TWENTY cents boxes.
Each TWENTY cents box, besides having FIVE TIMES.
as much blue as the FIVE cants box, contains ¢ tqc.k o t
Oa cushion or emery Pug.
For Rotel and largo Laundry use, it la IV up IR Reg
boxes. . .
See that each Bonitos proper Trade
For Sale at MASS' Y cb CO. Grocery!
3ELC)IgiCIVE etc 3III_ILIESS4
ISIPORTERS AND WHOLESALE, DEALyAks AN
China, Glass & Queensware,
433 MARKET ST. ; NORTH 5/DE,
BELOW EAfTII STREET,
AErGo to Red Front for ylotty : val
Feed etc , etc.
BOURDON'S & JOUVIN'S'
Ladies and` Gentlemen':s Sizes,
11, ROBLEY, ,
WILL FIT Axy
Ozo., IV. E143,‘