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Wednesday morning, Nov.. 3, 1869.
.1,420431 A ¢c PERSONAL.
Mt. Mortah Lodge, No. SOO, 'meets second
Monday erecting ot each month, in Brown's building.
Standing Mane H. R. A. Chapter, No. 201, meets the
first Tnesdaynvening of each month, in Brown's building.
Juntgla Lodge, N 0.117, LO. O. F. meats every Friday
evening, third floor, in Leister's building.
Mount Nor (tng of I. 0. 0. Fl, meets ever, second
and fourth Tuesdays, in Leinter's building, third floor.
Standing Stone Lodge, No. 83,1. 0. Q. 2"., meets every
Tuentspevening in third floor of liced's
.Ankapahcie Tribe; No. BS, Z 0. of R. N., meets every
Thursday evening, third floor, Lelster's
Young Noes Ckristion Association meets the first and
third Monday evenings each month, in Smith's building.
ibst 33, G. A. 8., meets Third Monday of each mouth
in Court House.
2bsonTouncil meets the first Friday evening of each
gegtfingdon Lodge, No. 149, K. of P., meets every Sat.
lords: evening; in Lender's building.
Haptlet Church—Washington Street. Rey. J. W. Plan.
nett. goryteem on Sabbath t 1014 a. tn., 7p: m.
OathWM...Washington Streit. MILO. P. Gallaher. Ser.
Vloaallrat three•Bmmdays In every month.
Evangelical Lutheran—MEM Street. Rey. J.. 7. Kerr.
Service. on Sabbath 10% m.,7 p. m.
German Reformed—Church Street. Bee. S. D. Steckle.
z--,Rerstee on Sabbath: 7. p, m. .
Stlethodist Episcopal—Church Street. Rev. It. E .Wilson.
Services on Sabbath: 1034 a. m., 7 p.m.
TTOteatant , Episcopal—Hill street. Rev. A. 11. Boyle,
. Services on Sabbath: 10% a. m., 7p. m.
Preebyterian-11111 Street. Rev. 0. K. &huller.
lime on Sabbath : 11 a. m., 7 p.m.
A few snowflakes fell on Thursday last
, Sad intelligence—Buckwheat cakes will be
scarce this year.
ye want lanai norresimadenee from all sse
tions of the county.
Mr. S. E. Henry is erecting a neat brick
residence in Weit Himtingdon. - • " -
A troupe that can't afford to pay the prin.
teris rarely patronized by the public,
Brigliam Young's recipe for sick babies
is herb tea and faith. He ought to know.
The bonnets of the period are regarded as
"trifleilight as air" by every one but the
.husban'difivhft,pay for them.
.IKiNeW 'Bedford woman dreW the dead
'body of her infant in its little carriage to an
undertaker the c nther day, to have it measured
brit coffin: ;" I ' ,
The boys were at their usual liallow•eve
pranks PO MoridaY night; Unload oelieing at
home or in bed. Wagons 'were dragged to
and „piled, pp in the Pitiond. •
i — nuniber Of members of Juniata Lodge,
I. O. of O. F., intend going to Williamsburg,
Blair county, to witness the dedication of a
mew Odd Fellows' ball, on Thursday next.
An Indiana paper calls a contributor to
.one of its cotemporaries a "Good Templar
politician, preacher, general dead beat, and
vmspected felon. A varied line of pursuits.
Neat Monday Court commences. There
are a number of important cases to be tried,
and the attendance will be large. We will
be happy to receive calls from our friends,
and others baring business with us.
Many of our exchanges are expecting the
furkeya for next Thanksgiving that they did
not receive last. We think "those fowl"
will be rather tough eating—for our part we
choose one young and tender. •
Tfie'c'heirtical lectures of Prof. 0:D. W.
before a Huntingdon• audience, was a
:failure—it la Rubini. That is, the lectures
acme geed, enough, but the audience was
"'beggarly account of empty benches7 l
Mr. David Peterson was found dead in a
seld near Shirleyeburg, this county, on the
sth inst.. • He was turning cloverseed, and it
ii - sapposed be died of heart• disease. He
was about seventy years of age.
Monogram veils are the latest wrinkle
among fashionable young ladies. Those of
lawn color and gray are most in vogue--the
monogram being embroidered in colors in
The first case of Death ever losing anything
by. the whiskey business is reported from ll
ilinois,- where a man named Death recently
lost .$50,000 by the destiuction of his distil
lery. The town is so much better off.
A literary society has been organized in
ibis place, and has commenced its existence
under very - favorable auspices. It meets in
.the room of the Y. M. C. A., every Thursday
•evening. We wish it a long and successful
- A New Orleans attorney had for a client a
young woman whose leg had been.bitten by
a dog, and had referred to . the circumstance
as an injury to "that elongated monster
'which assists in sustaining the body in its of
`forts at locomotion."
It's dangerous business sparking the Ma
plewood Institute girls at Pittsfield, Mass.
Rev. C.' V. Spear, the Principal, advertises
*that his grounds are "protected with powder
:sad ball," and expects the "cousins" of the
fair pupils to take due warping,
Our friends in the country will confer a fa.
-vor by reporting to us any sales of real estate
which may occur in their neighborhood.
.Such articles are of general interest and keep
.our farmere and business men posted on
Breban's troupe of Swiss Bell Ringers per
;formed to crowded houses in Yenter's Rail
.on Friday and Saturday evenings last. The
ttroupe is composed of good performers, and it
has a good programme, which might be alit
tle more varied, however, if the "Mocking
Bird" did not chirp so often.
If any of our female readers are interested
in- he Woman's Suffrage movement, we are
pleased to inform them a convention for that
! purpose ie to he held at Cleveland, November
: 24 - and 2543vitere they cap go And have their
take your husbands, but
onake theM take care - of the children.
4. public, meeting, under the auspices of
the Y., N.C. A. of this place, will be held in
the Presbytetian Church on Friday ,evening
next. Em,iAent speakers from the Williams-
RortC9Avention ere expected to be present to
address the meeting. Our citizens 'are cot.'
Fannie ; Fern says, "If one-half of the girls
;diem- . of the' previous lives of the men they
marry, the list of old maids would be won•
derfully increased." Whereupon the Boston
Post asks, "If the men knew what their fu
,tore lives were to be, wouldn't it inerease the
jilts of maids still further ?" •
I Tob printing, it has been discovered by our
thuainess men, is done here as well and as
Asap as in the city. Those of our merchants
and other business men who have not availed
themselves of this mode of advertising, will
go well to give us a call. "Lil;l3 and let live"
jp our motto. and satisfaction in work and
prices guaranteed. . .
gar-Housekeepers, look to,your in-
Ornate and bUy the Batlike Otioir Stove
itt; 4, $. stowart Co's, • 2,0 i
Mich excitement has been created
in our usually quiet borough, owing
to the death of a young man named
last, who had been struck the
vious Monday evening by another
young man named A. H. 9ririvitt: 7 , 77 .
The circumstances of the affair are
briefly as- follow: -on_the
nightliCqueition, Hanlismi;: - id :com
pany with another man named Hatfield,.
eritet:eil Wharton it Maguire's store,"tied
bought' some shot from - 64;
While in the store, some words pass
ed between Crewitt and HaMpson,
andflampson a short time aftnrwards
callee-Hatfield to go out the back
door with hint, which. he did.. Crew
itt,foyowed them out, aud returned in
about a; minute. Hampson eeree
with Hatfield, having received a
wound in the head. Ho walked to
the Doctor's and had the cut dressed,
and moved around akusual until noon
of the next day, when he fainted on
the, street, -and was carried :to the
Jackson House, where he became
worse; and finally expired on „Thurs. ;
day evening. Crewitt was arrested
shortly after flampson expired. Bail
for $5,00 , was received for- his ap
pearance'at Court; when the - ease_ will
Fourth Aiello y of the Gastonia Sol.
Mars' Orphan School.
The Anniversary exercises of this
Institution will take place on Satur
day, November 6th, 1869. During the
day the boys will have a grand pa.
rade with• martial music, ,the officers
of the department will have a review
and inspection of all the pupils; and. a
splendid turkey roast served to the
orphans and guests. In the evening
a fine entertainment will be.
consisting of vocal and instrumental
essays, declamations, dialogues,
speeches, etc., etc., by the pupils, to
be followed by short addresseS by the
State Superintendent, Col. George
McFarland, Mrs: Elizabeth Rutter and
other distinguished visitors.
On Friday evening, - NOvember sth,
at 7 o'clock, there will be delivered in
the'studyball, by Prof. M. L: Stoever,
L.' L. D., of Pennsylvania College,
Gettysburg, Pa, his very elegant . and
entertaining °lecture on "Aaron Burr."
To this interesting lecture and
tance fee will charged of 251 cents for
the benefit of.the Orphans' Library...
. Sunday, afternoon, November 7,
at, 2 o'clock, Dr. Stoever will deliver a
lecture on the "Sabbath School Enter
prise," in one of the churches in Ores.
vine: The public are most respectfully
invited to attend these exercises.
A. L. Guss, Principal
TEE SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY OF
Prrrsnuttoll.--The necessity for a place
of absolute security and safety for val
uables in those days when so large an
amount of Government, as well as oth.
er loans, evidenced only by tonds, is
held by all classes, has long been felt,
and we are glad to be • Able to state,
that provision has beeh made by the
Company mentioned - above, for sup
plying this want. An elegant fire
proof' building combining b'eatity and
great strength htis been erected at No.
83, Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh, and:is
now occupied by the Company. All
sorts of valuables, jewelry, wills, etc.,
are received on deposit, a certificate
given and absolute safety guaranteed,
charge of less than one-third the rate
charged by Insurance Companies for
insuring furniture and ordinary house
hold goods against fire alone Read
the advertisement on another page.
derSamuel Comfort, Esq., of this
place, coming from Pittsburg Monday
morning last, lost his pocket-book con
tainingBso in the cars; but fortuately
it was found by an honest man and
placed in the care of the conductor,
and thus Mr. C. recovered it again be
fofe evening.—Letastown Democrat.
The "honest man" referred to above
is our quondam friend and fellow-ty
po James A: Stewart, Esq., who now
assists in "checking" the Day.Exfress
Eait find, We'sti4- bert4Pen
Altoona and Harrisburg. We alwayti
know James was honest, but then he
couldn't well be anything else for hp
belongs to a emit' that admits of no
one whels not strictly honest. ' •
.The following is an extract froni
a private , letter written ,by _the propri
etors of the Plantation Bitiers : •
"We had no conception of the wide.
spread suffering which exists, or of the
almost infallible cures produced by the
Plantation Bitters, when we first com
menced offering them for sale.. • We
now find that every house has a weak
child, an ailing parent, or debilitated
aged member, .who 'needs ' this Tonic.
Our Laboratory linsigrown from a sin
gle,room to an immense building, and
our sides hem. a few bottles •to many
hundred dozens per day, and we are
glad to knoiv that they, have done you
so much good.
.14 . 40N0b1A WATER.—Superior to the beet
imported German Cologne, and sold at half
the price._ tf
Ladles Drosses and Boys Clothing,
Mrs. B. Annie McCabe respectfully in
forms the public that ehe has removed to the
house formerly occupied by 11. MoManigill,
on Washington street, and is prepared to
make Ladies' Dresses and Boys' Clothing, of
all kinds. She respectfully invites a full
share of patronage. ap7
DRESS MAKING, &c.—Mies Mollie Reeves,
respectfully informs the public that she can
be found at C. B. Lowe's, two doom eouth of
the Baptist Pareoange, West Huntingdon,
where she is prepared to make Ladies' Dres
ses and Children's Clothes of all kinds. She
would be thankful for a share_ of patronage.
October 20, 2m. "t • ' '
CHEAP, CHEAPER, CHEAPESTA full
stock of the best Sugars, Syruii, Teas,
Molasies, Coffees, Spices, and goods of
all kinds, (Dry-Goode, excepted,) on
bend at the Bed Front Grocery, and
selling cheap, cheaper, cheapest.
Nio to Red Front for Flour and
§Tori t ! Yi r Ate. : :-40 - 0111, 2;8;4; s . ,and
0 0 r 4l stoop 'cr0,48,1,
at .the (lie& 11•Oli,i'
Grocery and feraide.who . leettle and re
tail cheaper, thafi„ist any.9the,r,p4ipp.in
A GOOD PLACE TO STOP.
The ,FRANKLItt HOTEL; in the pia
rnond-;:iii"Mis :Place, 8: 11.gyoriku,
Proprietor, is the, place_for:tray,elers,.
bustr(ese men and the people generally;
frore:tO*n and country .to stop. The,
best: licoornodatierie*hiaNrays be ex.: ;
l~Yt'Go)to the RED FRONT GROCERY
for tkiii hAst and cheapest Groceries,
Glassware, Codarware, Willow ware,
f." 'Fanners needing a Grain-drill,
will do well , to call on Wharton & Ma
guire and - eianaine the Willoughby
guiiii_iprin'g;goin drill, either with -,
without plidepliate'attaehinent, hefore
Mrs. Matilda Pheasant. is prepared to
weave rag carpets, and solicits patronage
fo r m a genorous public. Residence Wash
ington Street, West Huntingdon. tf
Siii-:ilicLanahan, Stone "dr Isett keep the
repairs of all their instruments, and can be
had any time:', \jel.l3Am
stay-Farmers, go to McLanahan, Stone &
!sett, of Hollidaysburg, end buy your Agri.
cultural Implements, for they have the beet
assortment of agricultUral implements in the
tte).; MoLanahan, Stone & Isett, sole deal
ers in tlke.geisetlhresher and Separator and
triple power; -
cm_ A gaeat variety of Parlor Sto'vei
and Heaters ,Stewart & Co's.
• In Walker township, Optokier 81st,
1869; .Ni;:il IliiitoAßlt,'' wife of Mr.
Daniel liyper,,,Agecl G years, 2 moe.
. • , PiniADILPIWA, Oct. 30, OM :
Superfine Flour per barrel... ri.2/45.75
••EgtraTinto per hatre1:,.t.....7 7. $5.70®6.23
Ilya Flour per . bared ' ' ' ' :',' V 1261431110.
lied Whiat per" bushel — ' $1,3001.60
lige pis' bushel" , ' $email@example.com
Corn per bushel 1.1001.18
Oats per bushel 50®57cts.
. • ' ' ' ll • Firrsanaart, s oot 30, ]BCO.
Spring Wheat Flour per barrel ' ' firstname.lastname@example.org
New Wheat per bushel $1.30©1.35
Corn per' bushel 05N.00
Oats per bushel 50®52cts.
Nye per bushel...... $1..10©1.16
Nan Eton; Oct. 30. 7 4101 d closed at $1,304. .
. ridGEREGTED:WEEIrLY BY HENRY co.-
FLOUR—Superfine Flour, per barrel, - $4.50
Extra Flour, do 5.25
,Fainily Flour.. e • : do ' - . 6.25
GRAINTRed Wheat; per bushel, , 1.10®1.20
White Wheat, , do 1.30
-Rye, do -- -- 1.00
Corn, new, do 75
Oats, -, . • . : do 40
Barley, do 1.20
SEED—Timothy, do 2.50
Flaxseed, do 2.00
Cloverseed, per 64 lbs. 5.00
PROVISIONS—Potatoes, per bushel, 35
Dried Apples, do . 2.00
Corn Meal, per cwt., , 2.25
Dried Peaches, per pound, ' ' 18
Dried Beef, do
Lard, do 20
Pork, do 12
Butter, , do 40
Cheese, do 20
Eggs, per dozen, 20
COAL—Hard coal, per ton, 7.00(07.50
Broad Top coal, do 3.00®3.50
Lumina, per 1000 feet, ' 12.00(0,30.00
SHINGLES—Lap, per 1000 ft., 10.00®12.00
Joint Shingles, do 5.00®6.50
MISCELLANEOUS—Bark, per cord, 8.00
Bran, per cwt., 1.25
Hops, per pound 40
Wool, ,_do • 45®50
Ray, per ton, 10.00
Green Apples, do 50®75
Onions, do 75
1 4 10UND.—Two coats, two pairs of
j_ pants, 2 vests, all new. in my stable. Supposed to
be placed there before August last. The owner le-rcques•
tad to come forward, prove property, pay charges and
take them away; otherwise they will be disposed of accor
ding to law. OEO. LONG.
Huntingdon, Oct. 20•
t_ GENTS WANTED.- -AGENTS
WANTED, $76 to $2OO per month, male or female,
to sell the celebrated and original Common Sense Family
Sewing Machine, improved and perfected; It will hem,
fell; stitch; tuck, bind, braid and embroider in a most en
perior manner Price only $l6. For simplicity and du
rability, it hes no rival. Do not buy from any parties
selling machines under the aame name as our,,unless
having a Certiticote of Agency signed by us. as tey are
worthless Cast Iron blachines. For circulars and terms
apply or addrese, 11. CRAWFORD & CO.,
vaiNin 41; chcetcmt street, Philadelphia, Ps
(Estate of Samuel H. Dell, deceased.]
lire undersigned Auditor appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Huntingdon county to distribute the balance
ou the account of Thomas 61. Doll and J. Lowry John
ston, Administrator' of Samuel 11. Dell, later of Shirley
township, deceased, to and aong those legally entitled
thereto, hereby gives notice to 'all persons interested that
he will attend at the office of Woods & Williamson in
Huntingdon on SATURDAY, the oth day of NOVEMBER,
iben, at 10 o'ciockf.a. ill, for thi porton of making said
distribution, when and where all persons having claims
against said fund are required to present the same, or be
debarred from coming in for any share of said fund.
W. dicK. WILLIAMSON,
oct2o -Id Auditor.
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED.
Take nottce:that &lab, Guyer. Committee of Hen.
Junin Johnson, a lunatic. Ins tiled in the office orthe Pro.
thonotary of the Court of Common Pleas of Huntingdon
county, his supplemental account, um Committee of said
lunatic, and which sold account will be presented to said
Court on the second Monday of Noeember next for con
firmation and allowance, and will be so confirmed and
allowed adieu exceptions thereto are filed.
Prothonotary'. Office, Oct. 13. Prothonotary.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
0. HUNTINGDON COUNTY.
LIATH ERIN!) =EP, by her next
friend, L. E. EDWARDS,
vs IN DIVORCE.
TO WILLIAM ESTRP—Take notice the a rule bee
been granted on you by the Court, to appear in said
Court et Huntingdon on Monday the ,lith of November
next, MP, to show cause whys divorce from the bonds
of matrimony ente•rd into with Catherine Estop (former.
ly McCei toy) ;Mould not be decteed by the said .ourt.
D. R. P. NEELY,
Huntingdon, Sep t. , 3, 160 qt Sheriff.
}JUNTINGDON LIVERY -StAnts:
'sue undersigned, having purchased the Lisery Stable
recently owned by Mr Simon Weston, are now pre.
pared to accommodate the public with Hersey and Carel
agea on reasonable terms,
Stable st,the rear of the Jackson Rocee;'sear theil. T.
Railroad, - -
aug2s'69 LAMBERTiON C MASON.
PURE BRED HOGS and FOWLS
WINTER SEED WHEAT
And other FARM SEEDS, from DEITZ'a Experimental
Diehl's and Boughton Beardless; Week's and Treadwell's
Breaded White Wheats; trench 'White and lte'd Chaff;
Purple Straw Borded.Red Mediterranean, and german
Amber Beardliss, are the best, earliest,' hardlOt and
moat productive Wheats that can be recommended for
general cultivation. Pram $5 per bushel. 4 pounds of
any kind by mall, poet paid, for $l. 20 heads of different
varieties sant poet. paid, for $l. 26 other varieties of
Wheat; Oats of lot year :s importation. See
Dent'sExpekim4ntil Farm Journal; send and enbecribe
for it; only 81.60 per year; the moat useful Journal
printed. Whims, ,
GEO. A. DERE, Chambereburg, Pa.
The Earliest, Hardiest, midmost productive Red wheat
is the French White Chaff. 1e2941
From 82.50 upwarda, at Lawio j3ook
a precept to me directed, dated at Huntingdon, the
1 :1 1 of August, A. D. 1869,. under the panda and seed
of the Hon. George Taylor, President of the Court of
Common Pleas, Oyer and 'Terminer, and general jail deli,:
ery of the Roth Jud,klAl District of Pennsylvania, compo
sed of Huntingdon, Blair and Cambria counties; sad the
lions. Anthony J. Deaver and David Clarkson, hiss:sod.
ales, Judges of the county of Huntingdon, Judea as.
algovd,appointed joheer, try and determineall and every
ineyettnents bide or tease for Or concernin g all critter,
whichliy the laws of the State are mole cspitale of felon•
lee of death, and other onetime, crimes and miademeanors,
which hare been or shell hereafter be committed or peeps.
Gated, for crimes aforesaid—l am commanded to make
public proclamation throughout my witmle bailiwick; thin
Cmirt at , Oyei and Terminer, of Cohesion Pleas mad
Qderter Sesaions, Will be held at. the Court House in the'
bsrough'ilf Huntingdon, on the second ktonday (and Bth
day) of November, 1869. and those Who will prosecute the
said prisoners, be then and there toprosecnte them as It
shall be Just, and that all Justices of the Peace, Coroner
and Constables within said county, be then and there 12
their proper persons, at 10o:clock, a. tn. of said day; with
their records, inquisitions, examinations and renaembran
cee, to do those things which to their offices respectively
Dated at Huntingdon, 131 h day et Ootobei, In the year of
our leer d qua thousand eight hundred end' sixty-nine,
and thb 23ct year of Aporican Independence.
- • D. R.P. NEELY', Mer(f. '
a precept to rue directed by the Judges of the Com
mon Pleas of the county of Huntiagdort, bearing test the
28th of August; 1869, I sin cOmmandad to make
public Proclamation throughout my whole bailiwick, that
a Concept Common Pleas will be held at the Court Haase
in tha'boroagh: of Huntingdon, on the Srd Holiday (and
15th , daY) of November, a.- b. 1689, for the tilia of 'all tat
sues in said Court which remain Ondotermined before
the said Judge., when and when all Jurors, witnesses j and
euitere, In the !nals of all issues are required.
Dated at Huntingdon, the 18th of October, In the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-nine,
and the 934 year of American Independence.
D. it. P. NNELY, Acre:
FUR rrovicatazu. TERN, 1889.
• FIRST WHIM.
Wm. Behollenberger, •s Jamb Y. Stouffer:
Wood a Bacon' ♦s A. P. Wilson.
'longish Swoops et al vs - 11. Dorsey Orion.
John Iticeshatils sus. vs A P. Wilson. •
John P. Herron •s B. Blair. ,
Peter M. Bare
Johii Bell et al
IL F. Baker et al vs Martin Buehler d'Co
John 11cCombe, Trustee vs A. ti. Bauman.
The Presbyterian Church
of Bhieleysburg, vs 'William Chary.
George Quarry vs George L Smith at al
Fraiik Bros' vs J. CI Covert at al •
B. L. Benedict vs Lydia
. .. .
Philip Brom ve D. Hong.
Cunningham & Carman ve B. A. Green
Henry A. Woad vs Owen F. Bruner.
Wm. Bricker vi John Ifineartnan at al
Wm:A. Knight vs N. A. Green.
George Swine - - . vs Lewis Braun et an
Biel/lard Gall et a is Alen. Hall
.1. B. SIMPSON, Prothonotary.
Prothonotary a Office, Oct. 13, 1869.
Jury -List-41Oiember Term:lB_69.
John' Baker, farmer, Tod
John Benson, farmer, Tod
Harry Bard, blacksmith, Shirleyeburg
M. F. Campbell, farmer, Union
Robert Cunningham, farmer, Porter
B. E. Chilcoto, teacher, Cromwell
William Cisney, farmer, Shirley.
William Davie, laborer, West
A. B. Donaldson, farmer, Carbon
David Grazier, farmer, Warrlorsmark
James Henderson, merchant, Cassville
Benjamin Heffner, farmer,'lValker
David Hicks. farmer, Dublin
Thomas J. Love, farmer, Tell
George McLane, farmer, Tod
G. Ashman Miller, ex.P. M., Huntingdon
A. P. Owens, merchant, Warriorsmark
George B. Porter, gentleman. Franklin
William Randolph, farmer, Barrett
D. F. Stevens, farmer, Clay
Jacob Shiv'ely, farmer, West •
Samuel Thompson, farmer, Franklin
John %Vray, fernier, Warrioremark
H. S. Wharton, merchant, Huntingdon
TRAVERSE JURSIVI—ITRST WEEK,
Charles C. Ash, farmer, Barree
5: S. Berketresser, salesman, Coalmont
James Bricker, gentleman,' Huntingdon.
E.' Baker, farmer, Springfield
George W. Cornelius, pedlar, Shirleysburg
Mordecai Chilcote, fartnei; Springfield
Andrew M. Chaney, farmer, Barree
IVilliam Christy, J. P.. Alexandria
Isaac Davidson, farmer, Lincoln
Joseph Douglass, merchant, Walker
Wilson Everal, farmer„Cass
Levi Evans, J. Coalmont -
Samuel Eby, farmer, Henderson
Jacob Fame, farmer, Walker
Isaiah Fleck, farmer, Cromwell
Arabs Griffith, farmer, Ted
Morris Gutshall, farmer„Springfield
Collins Hamer, farmer, Porter
George Hawn, farmer, Brady
Allison:Heetor, watchman, Mapleton
J. B. Householder, carpenter, Alexandria
Moore Hewitt, farmer, West
Joseph Heffner, farmer, Juniata
Thomas Irvin, farmer, Union
George W. !sett, clerk Penn
Eli Keith, farmer, Tod -
Solomon Lynn, J. P.. Hopewell
Jacob Love, farmer, Tell
John H. Lightner, J. P., ShirleysLurg
Henry A. Mateer, plaster*, Brady
R. A. Miller, dentist, Huntingdon
William McClure, farmer, West
John Maguire, merchant, Huntingdon
W. 11. Oaks, farmer, Jackson
William Piper, carpenter,, Shirley
Washington Reynolds, carpenter, Franklin
John Smith, farmer, Banco
David Shoup, mason, Lincoln
B. T. Stevens, marble cutter, Clay
W. C. Swan, merchant, Dublin
Peter Shaver, Jr., merchant, Mt. Union
Jeremiah Shope, farmer, Shirley
John A. Whittaker, farmer, Porter
William Whittaker, farmer, Porter
b. L. Wray, clerk, Franklin
Harvey P. Wilson. laborer, Jackson
John A. Yocum, farmer, Brady
TRAVERSE JURORRA--SECOND WERE.
William Africa, shoemaker, Huntingdon
Hiram Ayers, rorrman, Alexandria
E. 0. Bartlett, superintendent, Warriernlfirk
David Blair, farmer, Oneida
John W. Chilcote, farmer, Cromwell
Thomas Cook, farmer, Carbon
S. D. Evans, farmer, Tell
Wilson Evans, teacher. Tod
Jesse Fisher, farmer, Franklin
Michael Householder, carpenter, Alexandria
John Householder, wagon-maker, Penn
Peter K. Hanish, farmer, Morris • '
Samuel Isenberg, carpenter, Alexandria
Lewis H. Kited°, farmer, Porter
Kennedy M. King, express agt., Huntingdon
Simon Locke, blacksmith, Dublin
R. A. Laird, former, Porter
Henry Lightner, miller, West
Adam Lafford, farmer, Porter
Emanuel Locke,larmer, Springfield
Jackson Lamberson, carpenter, Springfield
William Lewis, printer, Huntingdon
Jacob Miller; farmer, Oneida
David McGarvey, farmer, Shirley
Jacob Mountain, clerk, Carbon
James McClure, farmer, Porter
Charles H. Reed, merchant, Coalmont
Absalom Robinson, laborer, Brady
Levi Smith, farmer, Union
John B. Summers, farmer, Lincoln
Samuel Stinson, farmer, Carbon
John J. Swan, farmer, Dublin
William B. White. farmer, Penn
John G. White, farmer, Case -. .
Nathaniel Williams, laborer. Huntingdon,
Bieber& Wills, (timetable, Warriorsmark . •
10 Came to the residence of the subscriber in Juniata
tuantship, abort October let, Ind, a white BOAR, about
eight months old—no marks. The owner to requested to
come forward, prove property. pay charges. and take him
away, otherwise he Trill be disposed of according to law.
Oct. 21* 8. F. PEIORTAL.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
e school directors of Perm districts want to employ
two male teachers. A liberal salary will 1),, paid to cots.
patent teachers. Apply to
J. H. WINTRODE, Sec'y.
act 27-2 t James Creek, limn., Co.
loza.JOß PRINTING - as
NEATLY IX/NOTED AT
The "Globe" Job Office.
(Estate of 'Samuel Dunlap, deed.) -
Lettere of admlpletrattonjrpou the estate of Samuel
Dunlap, late of Tod township, Runtingdon county, Pa.,
deceased, having been stabled to the undersigned, all per.
eons indebted to the estate will make immediate'' pap
meat, and thole having claims will present them for set
a0(54) 110(5c)o --
.i. . .r.
STE WART. !SANK W. STEWART
A:.R.:St(iiiiiitrt k CO.
OILS, LAMPS, ROPES,
Scythes, Spathe, Grain Cradles, Sad•
vs John Swine:
vs John Morgan et 11
NAILS AND IRON,
and an endless variety of goods in hie sine
We are receiving goods almost every day
from manufaetarere, and in view of late
and our experience in selecting best brands
and reliable qualiiias of goods,- pUrchashrs
will find it to their advantage to examine our
ECLIPSE COOK STOVE,
which throws 'all others in the shade, is still
increasing in popularity, and pleases so well
that everybody wants
BIG PADLOCK SIGN
Iluritlngdon, Jan 13, 1809-tf.
B.C. SUMMERS. LUXE =Lay
UNION STEAM BAKERY
HUNTINGDON, PA. •
THE undersigned have fitted up a
Ilret•cless deem BAKERY at the Gast(llan Garden
on Church street, and are prepared to furnish all kind/
BREAD, ROLLS, BISCUITS, PIES,
Plain and Fancy CAKES, &0.,
In i l v a o rts o o o rangil l quantities, J i r o o o trt
t b o l o e o p ,
OUR CANDY MANUFACTORY.
We manufacture all kindle( Fancy and Common Con
lectionaries. equal to any that come' from the city, and
are prepared to fill large or email orders on short notice
and at MT PRICE&
We also keep on hand a large and canstant supply of
FRUITS AND NUTS,
which they will furnish at reasonable tats.
The proprietor/ flatter themselves that it needs bet a
trial to convince the most sceptical, and plume the must
We respectfully eolith a liberal share of public patrm
nage, and shall endeavor to merit it. continuance.
561,1869 184.108.40.206ERS k REILEY.
SELLING OFF AT COST
313astartcol. eb rIPEtle •
Are now disposing of their entire stock of
Goods AT COST. Persons wishing
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
ETC , ETC., ETC.,
Will save money by calling on us, as we
are determined to close out our entire stock
REMEMGER THE PLACE: •
Smith's new building, Hill Street, Hurd
TO THE LADIES !
The subecribera have recently discovered a new
ESSENCE OF STARCH.
In calling the attention of the ladles to our Starch,
they will and that it economises labor. produces •
Mach superior to =OMB starch. and easier to Iron. in
fact if you want a beautiful gloss on your elan, or your
husband's shirt or collar, procure a box of our Essence
of Starch. The cast Is trilling, only 16 centre a box. -
Try a box and bo convinced. Every Family should
have a box of the Eseence of Starch. For sale by all
Grocers and deulordin the United States. Manufactured
only by SMITH, MAMMON & CO., sole proprietors, No.
1113 Harmer atteaf,
gly-For sale at MASSEY & COll. Enterprise Head.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.- •
good assortment of mieceilaneous and Echo°
/swim—Foolscap, Letter, Commercial and Note Paper—
Plain and Fancy Enrelopes—lted, Blue and Black Inks—
Blank Books of numerous elseel—Pens, Penoils,Pocket and
Desk Inkstands, and every other article usually found In
Book and Stationery State, can be bad at fair prim at
LBWW:I3OO.Ii..BPATIONBRY k MUSIC STORE.
BUSINESS AIEN; TAKE NOTICE!
11l If you want your and neatly printed od anal
240 a t
,18' BOOt opirrottrzlersrasz
diary and Carriage Goods, Hubs,
LOCKS, BINGES, SCREWS,
DECLINE IN PRICES,
THE. NEW PATENT
STOP AT THE
fi'1t . ,7;37.17
In thelboutidhlas Wed and;eatery ffimatir.eNspeake 10
the young man of a home and a:team*, and tells him
why, where and how to seek It; it tells the capitalist
where to incest; the laborer, to flmigoedwagem the far
mer, the beat lands; the , merchant, the ankonfactufer,
the professional man , and the meehanle,:af - Gas glint
chancbee open to them: It tells everybody hid what they
ought to know; about theorist rarources and *onderful
progress In weary part of Mfg great country. New,
froth, interesting, and popular.
Send for circular. Tanners, farmer's sons, and otiei
enterprising men, can learn of a money.znaklng business;
by addressing PBOPLIC's PUBLISHING 00;„ PhUadil.
phi*, Pa., Cincinnati, Ohlo, Chicago, Ill„ Mt. Louls,
or Springfield, Mass. colitlew
HEAPTOYS AND FANCY
JOHN - DOLL & SON,
No. 908 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
' ; mv.0.R7f11,8" s r:
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS.
The lamed stock and lowest prices in the city. Just
received a fine assortment of. Toys of all kinds. Pipes,
Caner, Ilarmonlass,rlfarblyei, 7.4ponlidnes, China• Ware,
ke. Plea s e call and Viewing. otirstock. -- ocsosai
E-- O. THOM.P.9O,Ni .,- • •, •
Netoltizint Tailor, • •
• N6.9OB 4 iVALfittrit3TREET, - ,
Especial attention Is Invited to this commodious and
beautiful establishment, the extensive stock of seasonable
and desirable goods always on hand, the reputation ob•
tamed as a !elder in fashions, and the great &ditties pos
sessed for the fabrication and prompt dispatch of all or
Although eminent In the prosecution of every branch
of the trade. for thapartkulaxberiefit:of the great num
ber dissatisfied, e • •--
PANTALOON COTTIN3, as a specialty,
is announced; which is an art not obtained by imitation,
but through close atmly, experience and practice. $•:,
These dashing easy and stylish Pantaloons, Ma Milted
to al,* this method a trial. $ . octfici-fim
t 1 T. SCOTT & CO.,
NO.II MAIDEN LANE,
• „ •
SCOTT, BARRETT C 0. ,&
NO. 31 FIFTH AVENUE,
• PITTSBURGR, PA,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN
Watches, Jewelry , ,, Clocks,
SILVER GOODS & PLATED WARE,
SPECTACLES, CUTLERY, PARdy'GOODS,
Watch Tools, Materials, Glasses, &e.
IsT Orders addressed to New York or Pittsburgh will
receive prompt and careful morale.. oct2l-3al
E I CALDiNELL &CO. -
---4 •4 JEWELERS; ---;4
902 CHESTNUT STREET, ,
neve rebuilt, enlarged and remodeled their establish
met, destroyed by Ere in Jennary last and have opened
the game for bodement. _
With an EntirenewStook
Illaullfactured and Imported Goods
Superior to any they have heretofore oft;
fered to the Public.
They most cordially Invite all to visit and inspect
their Store. ' " '
JAS. E. CALDWELL & CO.
Sept. 20. •
LADIES' FANCY FURS,
8 Aroh Street,
• LADIES' and CULL
laying, enlarged, r.
feted and lm pr cored
Ivrti fur emporillin
emortmeht of all the
Aura from first handy,
in Swope. and have had them made up by the meet skill
ful workman, 1 would respectfully Invite my friends of
linutlngdon and adjacent coulitimcto-call and examine
my very large and beantlful siesortment of Il l ney
for Ladles and Children. Ism determined to eall- at as
low prices as any other respectable house in the city. All
Pars Warranted. No misrepresentations to sect sales.
718 ARCH Street, above 7th, South Bide
000. a. OWL. UMW B. LYTLE. Minn A. 127.11.
T"WAAL OF STEEL, IyTLE &
BTREL having located on their tractor land with
two miles of the borough of Huntingdon, •
STEAM SAW MILL,
are prepared to manufacture all kinds '
OAK AND PINE LUDIBEIt.
The mill will be ran to Re Utmost capacity and will be
In operation during the entire summer and part of the
autumn months. They will be enabled to furnish Lum
bar in large quantities,' and of alldimenslons, at the low
eat cash price. .
Orders respectfully eollrlted. Lumber delivered at the
Penna. Railroad, or canal.
Uuntingdon, April 22, 1868. ff ,
At the New Tannery in 310IINT UNION, on P. Ra j
2500 Voids Want Ilethlock
OABQ PAID ON DELtiERY.
W. H. ROSENSTEEL & SON,
Atnr.6.3at MOUNT UNION, PA.
TllO5. Bunceonz. WW. Ii.I3VIOHINZLI
THOS. BUHOHINELL & SON,
MettIiACTUUSIS 07 "
And all kinds of Building Material,
w. WooP,B. W. 5.1.515, Will MATZ
A. Utmost. min, " DAUS multi
Thelllaion.}3ank of kiontingdor,
(Late John 'Bare kkOO.;)a-
CAPITAL, paid up, 550,000
Solicit eccounti from Baxike t Battlers and other'.
liberal Interest- allowed on time Dapoalts. All kinds f
Secorltlee, bought and sold for the grad COmminlloll,-
Collections made on all points. Drafts (mall parte of
EtwoPo ntipplieti at the usual rates. ~ • ;
-Pawns depositing Vold and 'Enivierilvrill rectllve the.
in saw return with interest. , , Thapertnere are indirid
yell} , liable to the extent. of their wllolteoperty for ell
The unfinished balloons of the late firm of John Bare
co. will be completed by The thdon Bank of Huntingdon
y 21,18694( O. O. NORTH, Cashier.
LIME. .. 4.
From the kiln of Gen. Taylor, Illeirkleaborg, prov
en by chemical analysis to bo of the Wei qualityi*OOte•
stoutly kept sad for sale in arty quantity; at thadvo' t of
the Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad.
aak.kppi, to Henry teistet t Ptaprtetor of flitrad'
Top Hour." • •• --' .
.-Whi t ZEICLER
A, q vf_
ePaela, Poplins; Plaids, snalsdnes, Lawns, Cliagbannfi,
fins Cambric', litnenol Denims, fins .11nun,,Mar•
tales',FashiollaUle Diss Trimming.
BIM Fringes, Otitione, Iligle:s,Velvai Ribbons,' eft:
Barnleping goods, Stocking% El Draw, Cotton, Wool, ite
of all eolontaliliti lined, Cotton, are„, of all shoo,
and, latest styles, Under . garments of . all kir*, for La.
dies; Gents andTbildrea.,
Table Linen, lanoline, NanB,lno.' Doylies, tic. Sheeting
and Shifting; Illroviitnad Aloielled; front 8 cents op.
Marge stock of the! latent ly
Notion„ Zephyre, Yarns & I A kill 'goal' of
ohdifiest;;..l,, ! c : pl+,,,rr than the
Allal`Roole 0 ^nlje4be • •
d0n;;67.1. ; D u„ r,. .Vlrat National Ileolt r li flea.
" J ,11.1. wn ,
I hive been requested by the miner* of the following ,
Sewing Machines to dispose of teem if poselble *tithe
prices annexed,ai they wieh to procure Binger matlilin
In their plar,e: -
One Grover 6 Baker Machine, loop ititeh, Iq good ntm•
ning order, coat $9O, will take $5O one Florence machine
with tucker B e., coat $BO, will take (good order) $5B,
one Grover Baker machine, 100 stitch, with box, .coat.
$B5, will take $45; one Wilcox B Gibbs, coat $O5, will
take $3O; one Grover di .Baker machine, good running
order, coat $55 will take $4O one Parker Machine, with
cover,'well fi nished, coat $O O, will take $B5; one-fine
Grover & Baker idechlun, never been need, coat with tack.
er, extra hemmers &5 ,1 78, will take $7O. ' ' •
Letters for information and orders for : the celebrated'
Bingeriddebinito be'eddreesed •
July 28-tf . J. 0. BLAIR Ifuntingdon Pa.
V= BALE CEEAP.
Owing to the demand for our Machines we have decided
be take all kinds. of Machines in exchange for the GRO.
VER HAKIM: ' • - '
We will also exchange new machines for old Grover
Biker that are worn out or out of repair, on reasonable'
We' have for eale the `following ldachines which tiff
have taken In exchange for, the Grover & Baker:
1 Singer Machine, cost $66, will take $l5 '
1 Parkerdo 0 46,
1 Singer de • " SO, "'• • 60
1 Wilcox k Gibbs do w 60., 2 4 1
1 Singer do 60,
Parker do IA 60, el 30
All' orders for the abotentil for the celebrated qROVER'.
it,t4ellt -Machines, addre s s;
Leleter's Building, BuntiOgdon,ya.
'HUNTINGDON , ACADEMY: ,
111 n 6 u t o will open the re
'"Monday of Clabber deaf., • •
The Term will continue II weeks, and invite of both
Bain will be received... . •
The Coupe of Study will embrace a full Academic ed.
ucathinin 'Commoit English; also in-Sciantf9c,lifathe4'
matical and Clammiest Literature. , • •
'Rates of Tuition; $lO, 512 , 60, an d 145 per Terre. "
If moderate encouragement be received, earnest efforts,
will be made ''to establish a successful and permanent'
School at this place; and in.this enterprise the cond.,
&trice of the camtuliaity Most reopecthilly soliciteV;"
,Further information can be had by addreeelog r
JAS. A. STEPHENS, Principal, - '
New Illoostifichl, Pa.
Attar After •September 20, Huntingdon, Pa. " - '
:August 4,17544 f , • ' , •
READ AND BE POSTED !
THE NEWLY , MARRIED
Neer- trurnlture - D •
THE undetTigned would roupooifully
;I_, announce that ho manufactures and keops conelautly i
on band and splendid assortment of
DINING•AND BREAKFAST TABLES, - ' ;
' WASH AND CANDLE STANDS
Windsor and cane coat chairs. cupboardeigilt and role.
wood moulding for mirror and picture frames, and livarli
sty of articles not mentioned, at prices that cannot fail to
be eatiefactury. "
He is oleo agent for the well known Bailey & Decamp
patent spring Bed Bottom.
The public are invited to call and examine Me stock
before purchasing elsewhere. '
Work and sales room on 11111 street, near Smith; one
door west of Yenter's store. •
Iluntiogdo4, Aug.l, 1866
Manufacturer and Dealer in
.1 81 .17 Mt. ; IV I 1 1° 7a r
Respectfully invites the attention of the Public.to his
stand on Hill at., Huntingdon, in the rear of George W
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry store, where be manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. 'Per.
eons wishing to purchase, will do well to give !Limn call.
Repairing of all kinds attended to promptly and charges
Idle of the Moak, be.
I and Bth ft., south side
dealer in all kinds
Aleo, Undertaking carried on, and Collins Made in
any etylo &aired, at abort notice.
The subscriber bans
NEW AND ELEGANT HEARSE
and Is prepared to attend Funeral, at any place in town
or country. • • J. M. W. 1813.
Huntingdon, May 9, 1866-tt
IV - Mgr() v
TO THE N. E. CORNER OP DIAMOND.
Boot and Shoe Emporium.
I JOHN H. WESTBROOK PI
Reapictfully informs the c4tizens of Huntingdon and
vicinity that he haainit received from the city a Haw and
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sack
Trunks, &c., &c., &c.,
all of whlchhe 18 prepared to aef at greatly reduced price!
Don't forget the dew stand In the Diamond. Old einito.
mere and the public generally are invited to call.
• Huntingdon, sp.; 1869.
mllaejust returned from the out with OM"
BOOTS, SHOTS, GAITERS, LOC.,
Which he offers to the inspection or his enetoteere and
the public generally. Ile will sell hie stock et the tioet
and those who purchase once will sUrely cell solo
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING done In the neateet and moat expo&
Nowt manner. , .
Call upon Mr.'Bchaeffer at his shop on 11111 street,
few doors west of the Diamond. ap. 14, 1863
N EW BOOT AND SHOT STORE
. WM. AFRICA
♦ Informs tghasNi
A Fine Assortment of all' - kinds' of
BOOTS AND SHOES;
,• • •
`h , •
rot piffles, Gentlemen and tldren.
. MI of which be wlli sell it fair i'mess: voaclitoni dna,.
rnanpritzu.. Call and examine my atocY. _
Idinufseturing and Repairing none. to order Co usual..
Ituntitirdon, Ap. 14, 1409.
Surveyor General's Office,
• • HARILIBBDAG, Sr.a 8, 1869.
rllO THE OWNERS OF UNPAT.
1. ENDED LANDS:
In obedience to so Act of Ar bly, epproted the
eighth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and
sixtroine, you are lueeby notilled that the "pointy
Lend Lien Docket," containing the list of unPatented
lands for Huntingdon county, prepared undee,the Act of
Assembly of the twentieth diday, out thousand'eight
handfed and sixtpfowr, and the supplement' thereto,
has this day been forwarded to the. Drotboiattarrof the
conoty, at whose of ce it May be izamined. The lions
can only he liquidated by too porch:4B.room)), interest
and Ira, end Teething* rplittaati throne: this Depart
-/xcot 11.13AilIPBEL ,L;_ •
COUNTAII-fUl+l 4 ef DRAL.E.IIB Aits
• httieDiMp tele Iteuvree In 11110,V . 440: ti ht
. I L 11171111." `A I 4 WfIVISSALk 141 chop as Owego, am the
limey le • ve a iethoteealq stori,i.ePßllB4elphia. ~ • •
~ ~. • . , - • :‘ , --- IL ItoMICPI :
Izt"' • • •
From . lB.oo upwardq. *at.Ame Qdk
tlago:zb - vreitzio
AND ALL IN WANT-OF
J. M. WISE,