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Wednesday morning, bich. 30, 1870
LOCAL Sc PEUSONAL
Aft. Noriah lodge, No. SOO, 4. F. AL, meets second
Monday ovening ut null mouth, Id litux Wel
Standing Mont H. B. A. Chapter, No. :201. meets tho
fist Tucaday e‘eniug of torch mouth, to Moult's building.
Juniata Lodge, N 0.117, 10. 0. F., 111V0.81:14,3 day
evening, third floor, in botany's building.
Almall llor Camp of I. 0 0. It, lilt ohs every beColla
end fourth Montoya, In Leisteen building, third flour.
' Standing Slone Lodge, Ni,. SS. I. U. G. T., Incas every
Tueuta) eve JAJJ g in third floor of Itentrei
Arrapahor 7h/c, No. US, I. 0. of le. nib, nit eta every
Thurudny evening, third floor, Leister's
Young .3ten's Christian Association meta the first and
third Aloud iy tiouniugs end, mouth, in Smith's building.
Post 33,, C. A. It., meets '/ bud /totality of each mouth
In Court Mouse. . .
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Town thuncii ete the first Friday evening of each
• • •
Huntingdon Lodge, No. 149, K. of P., meets every Sat
urday evening, in emith's building.
Huntingdon 7'empte of Honor, No 71, meets the fourth
Monday of each mouth in Good Templars' Hell.
The ifibsterion Club meets eve' y Thursday evening, in
the Y. 91. C. A. room.
Eaptist Church—Washington Street. Rev. T. W. Plan
- • nett. Services on Sabbath : 144 a. m., ip. m.
Catholic—Washington Street. ltev.O. P. Whither. Ser
vices first three Sundapi in every month.
Evangelical Lutheran—Mifflin Street. Rev. J.. 7. Kerr.
Sorrlces on Sabbath : DJ% a. In ,7 p. w.
German Reformed--t;hurch Strad. Her. S. D. Grackle
Sankt) uu Sabbath: 7. p. m. - •
Slethoilist Rpiscupal—Church Street. Rev. R. E . Wilson.
Sdivices on Sabbath 1014 a. to. ' p. m.
Protestant Episcopal—Hill streestreet.ltov. A. 11. Boyle,
Sen Ices oh: Sabbath : 1034 a. ra., 614:p m.
Presbyterian—Hill Street. they. G. W. Zahuiser. Ser
vices on Sabbath: 11 a. m, 7 p.m.
On the Wing.
The worst tax—n-ttacks upon the purse
Get; your horse-bills printed at this office.
St. Patrick, ithe had lived, mould be 1498
sears old. But he didn't.
. Eunday sbaying is pronounced to be ille
gal. Shavers, take notice.
The coffin-makers of this place have been
busy fur some weeks past.
A number of dwellings aro to be erected
this spring in the old and new boroughs.
Cul. Wm. IL Irwin, formerly of Lewis
town, died et Cleveland, Ohio, recently.
Ist of April changes will be numerous in
Huntingdon, in the way of new stores and
The Lewistown Gazette says it daily wit
nesses instances of cruelty to animals on its
streets. That's too bad.
Mrs. Mary Ann Coleman, aged about 42
years, expired in a law office in Lancaster
while asking professional advice.
In the vote on the local temperance bill in
the House, Mr. Rorer voted for and Mr. Mc-
Ateer against it. • -
According to a recent estimate the popu
lation of the globe is 1,228,000,000 souls.--
The annual mortality is over 33,000,000.
Rev. R. E. Wilson, formerly pastor of the
M. E. Church of this place, has been as
signed a charge at Philipsburg, Centre Co.
The school children in Centre county are
troubled with a strange disease of the eye,
which is reducing the attendance. Pour pu
The announcement is made that the M. E.
church at Bellefonte is out of debt—just as
if it was possible fur a church to Le out of
Rez. J. W. Plannett, pastor of the Baptist
church in this place, was the happy recipi
ent of a clothing and provision donation the
The National Hall, in this place, which
was destroyed by fire recently, we under•
stand, is to be rebuilt by the Germania In-
One firm in Lew•istow•n has paid out about
$130,000 for, bark alone, inside of a year.
That comes from having Innnufneturicg es
Subscribers changing their place of resi
dence will inform us of the place from which
they have gone as well as the place to which
they have gone.
A colored man named Philip Franklin
died in this place last week. Rumor has it
that he refused to take medicine or eat any
food, preferring to die.
The Tyrone /reread says our "limbs of the
law" would starve if they would go there.—
There is not much danger of many of theta
going there, if that is the case.
The immense slide of earth at Cypher's
Cut, on the Broad Top Rilltread, which oc
curred recently, has bae4 rein wad and the
trains pass as usual.
Father Gallagher, who for some years has
been in charge of the Catholic church of this
place, has left for Wihnore, Cambria county,
end is succeeded by Father Hays.
A village is to be located in the vicinity of
Kitlacoquillas seminary in Mifflin county.
Drop the h and where could you find a pret-
The man who drives enterprise away from
his team, by asking exorbitant rates, gener
ally has cause to regret it afterwards. We
have some such in our mind's eye.
The Conference of ministers of the M. E.
Church which met at Lewistown last week
voted on the question of lay delegation, as
follows: Ayes, 79, nays, 67.
Clothes-line thieves operate in Philipsburg
and Altoona. They should think before
they steal that a clothes-line bears a strong
resemblance to a hangman's rope.
Ours is the only office in Huntingdon that
has four printing presses. Those wanting
job-printing done neatly and expeditiously,
and at low rates, should give us a call. Hem !
A coffee-pot sign in front of Buchanan's
tin store, is the only improvement we noticed
that went up on Hill street, last week. The
only amusements open to the public were a
couple of auctions.
The office of County Superintendent mus
be considered a very insignificant position
as at a recent meeting of our School Direc
tore they increased his salary only 50 cents
Be now gets $800.50.
Our citizens who were horrified over a year
ago in reading the outrageous murder of lit
tle Mary Muhrmann, in Philadelphia, Will
be glad to know that the murderer is now in
the Penitentiary awaiting his trial•
Sad. At Irwin Station on the Penrigyi
vania railroad, a man named Alex. Ruwen
was killed on the night of the Ilth . inst., by
being run over by the "feet line." His fa
ther was killed five years ago' at the same
place and by the same train.
We aro informed that if homes could be
provided there would be about twenty fami
lies that would move to Huntingdon. And
this is the ease every spring. Does not this
show the necessity of a Building Association
e 7 at least the importance of our capitalists
The following • appointments wore
' made at the Methodist Conference
held at Lewistown, last week :
JUNIATA DISTRICT.-B. B. H AMLIN,
Huntingdon, M K. Foster; Peters
burg, M. 14. Smith; Nfaaor Hill, W.
Gwynn, W. Ely ; Mount Union, J.
Newton Hamilton, J. P.
Moore ; iUeVeytown, A. D. Yocum;
Granville, W. J. Owens ; Lewistown,
J. Thrush ; Freedom, G. W. Dunlap ;
Milroy, J. R. King; A. 'M.
Barnitz ; Thompson town, J. Gray ;
Tuscarora, C. Graham; Newblootn
field, a W. Bouse, W Sebribor ; Con
cord, S. A Groveling;' Shade Gap, W.
11. Stevens ; Sherle3•bburg, J. P. Long;
Scottsville, E. Shoemaker ; Cassville,
A. W. 'Decker; Marklesburg,: J. C.
-Clark'; Saxton, - C. V "NIT i !son, . .R. A
kers ;.Bloody Run, G. W. C. Vanfos
sen ; Ray's Hill, R. H. Wharton ; Bed
ford, A. W. Gibson ; Rainshurg, W. R.
Whitney ; Schellsburg, J. A. Boss.
ALTOONA DISTRIOT.—J. S. McMun.
RAY, Pr - esiding Elder.
Altoona—let Church, S. W. Sears
"Eighth Avenue, D. S. Monroe. Horn
.daysburg, G. Warren. Duncanville, AV.
IL Norcross. Martinsburg, J. W Leck
ie. Williamsburg, J. Stine. Logan's
Valley, D. Hartman. Tyrone, T. Barn
hart, G Guyer. Port Matilda, J. B
Akers. Milesburg, J. W. Cleaver.
Howard, J. W. Buckley. Washington,
L. It. B. Rhodes. Penn's valley, J. W.
Ilaugbawout. Bellefonte, J. Mullin.
Half Moon, E Butler, G. A. Singer.
Warrior's Mark. 1). Castleman, W. C.
Robbins. Phillipsburg. R. E. Wilson.
Grahanmon, R. E. Kelly, T. A. Swit
zer: sup. Osceola, J. F. Bell. Clcui:field,
J. H. McCord. Clearfield, Circuit, W.
A. Clippinger. Snowshoe', W. S. Ham
lin. Curwensville, W. G. Ferguson.
Glen Hope, R. Mallalieu. New Wash
ington, L. N. Clark. Lumber City, M.
W. Ernsbaw, Chaplain U. F. A.,
member of Warrior's Mark. It C. Shef
fer, tranderred to Upper lowa Confer
ence. B. J Gray and I) II Carroll,
transferred to Baltimore Conference.
Next Conference to meet at Carlisle.
We learn that ono day last week a
number of small boys in this - place,
whose ages average about six years,
took it into their heads to play hang
ing and forthwith they erected a gal
lows in a back yard with. the prop,
rope and all the necessary fixtures.—
On the completion of the scaffold, ono
little fellow, whose name we forbear
to publish, volunteered to be the cul
prit. Tho boys then took him to the
gallows, placed the rope around his
neck, and let him drop a distance of
about six inches or more, when fortu
nately the rope broke, and the little
fellow escaped. The shock he receiv
ed, however, was sufficient to make a
blue mark around his neck, where the
rope was attached.
This shows what effect the recent
hanging in our tows has had in deter)*
ing even our boys from meeting a mur
derers doom. The boys no doubt, Ow%
it "tun," and never thought of the risk
they run in ending the- career of one
of their pla3 mates, as would have un
doubtedly been the ease had not the
rope broken. It shows also the fully
of parents in permitting their children
to read of climes or witness execu
tions, as such impressions have lasting
ace's upon their tender memmies,
and with youthful curipsity they may
be tempted to try the same thing, just
as many of them would pry open
watch to see where the tick comes
from. Parents should therefore be
very careful what they allow their
children to read or listen to, or even
witness themselves. -
MIIVNIE BETA the little foundling,
left at the residence of Dr E. J. Greene
of this place, on the.evening of Janu
ary I.sth, 1870, and died on March 7,
187 U, had woo quite a warm pluce,in
their affections, and from the first in
timation of illness had the faithful at
tention of the family physician—A.
B. Brumbaugh, M. D.; yet like many
others of the little ones iu this vicini
ty, fell a victim to an attack of whoop
ing cough, accompanied with pneu
monia, and thus in Bud's Providence,
the little homeless one was called to a
real home with 11 im, who long since
declared, "Of such is the kingdom of
leaven ;" where with it, since its be.
ing called, has gone, MINNIE KINSLEY,
only child of Dr. E. J and Naunie
Greene. 11. E. WILSON,
Pastor AL E. Church, Huntingdon, Pa
DISTRESSING ( %ASE r Caleb Wake
field,' an industr ous farmer, residing
at Airy Dade, this county, on Friday
last, lost a pocket-book, containing
$360, a bill of Win. Huey's, a circular
letter of Boyer & Bro., of Philadelphia
and some other papers. Ue thinks he
lost the pocket book, either in Hunt
ingdon, or somewhere on the road be
tween his place in Airy Dale and
Huntingdon. He was in town on the
25th and sold some apples, receiving
the money therelbr, but the first in
timation that he had of his loss was
when he got home, and while search
ing pockets he found his pocket
book was gone. He offers a liberal re
ward to any person who may find it.
It may be returned to this office or to
him at Airy Dale.
KISIIACOQUILLAS SEMINARY —This in
stitution is rapidly rising into popular
favor, and will, before long, be among
the first institutions of the State. Prof
Mohler, the principal, has secured
moro land adjoining the Seminary
grounds, north and east, and proposes
to commence the erection of another
building the ccming Summer, which
will be completed early next Spring.
This building will contain a lecture
hall, MAO tact, and rooms for the ac
commodation of about 40 students.—
Also a large library room and an art
room. About five acres of land ad
joining the Seminary will be divided
Into building lots and offered for sale.
•Alluniaoddo sitn Jo somata
- we'll Hum; plump ou!u'itioq 2aititiva
suos.tad •spowl Yuiadg act; qsge Vol
tiaorud utl °ad `saan.thj mot Liouion
-xa 11.1 spool jo 31:)0 )9 luosaad apql
Otto 2uviola 0.111 ' 1g Sauoll49ll
Sa-Got the run---13rowtes new Car
pet Store, Largo block, new styles,
and low price, aro bound to win.
March 30th, 2t.
Seed Potatoes.--tAtcdee seed 110-
tatoes—the Early Rose, the Puro Gar
nett, the Lady's Choice, and other va
rieties, for sale at thu .RELI—FRONT
BETTER THAN BOER' BEFORE —The
Phrenologipal Journal and Packard's
MOuttily consolidated! See the April
number of our old favorite for reading
the most instructive and agreeable to
minds young and md From its rich
contents we select the following:,Thos.
H. Selby, Mayor of San Francisco,
with Portrait; Mental Requisites of
the Artist; Philosophy of Faith ;
ry- Bergh. the philanthropist, with
portrait; The Double Adoption—a do
mestic sketch Life in China' with B.
lustratiotis; The Dust in the Air; The
Art of Engraving; 'Nathan, C. Ely,
Tres. Farmer's Club ' with portrait;
Capital vs Labor • S. S. Packard, with
portrait.; What Labor;
a goot*Writer ;
The Modesty of Genius; The S word
tiA, illustrated, etc. Price 30 cts., or
$3 a year. S. It. Wells, Publisher, 389
M MITA ItY.—The organization of the
militia company in this place was of-,
focted at a meeting in the court hotise
'on Saturday evening last. There Was
a full attendance of membiirs, and the
following ()niers were elected : Cap
tain, W. K. Burchitiell ; Ist Liouten•
ant, John J. Hight; 2d Lieutenant,
Milton S. Lytle. The uniforms will
be received as soon as possible after
the descriptive roll is sent to the De
partment when we will be honored by
the weekly parade of the "vets," as
most of the members are. So be it.
:OP We aro, sondiog out bills to a
number of our subscribers, which we
hope they will consider as duns or no
tines to pay up ,when an opportunity
offers—say at Apiil Court. Some of
the bills date too far back flir either
our satisfaction or the subscribers'. A
large bill is much harder 'to pay than
a small ono. We want all our subscri
bers to pay inside of the year for
which they subscribe. We are thank
ful to these who have paid up. tt
Red Front Grocer,y'is receiving its
spring supply of Fish of all kinds, and
will Sell low by the barrel, halt, quar
ter, kit or pound, and will warrant all
sold. Groceries of all kinds, trosh and
good, selling low. Jersey and West
ern Sugar Cured, and country Rams,
Shoulders and Sides, at the lowest
cash price. 1f:
The person who took from the
smoke-house of 11. C. Weaver on Sun
day night last, three hams, is request
ed to return the same as they belong
ed to a neighbor, and receive in return
three hams belonging to Mr. Weaver.
No questions will be asked, us it . is
supposed the person who took the
meat was in need of it.
Ladles Dresses and Boys Clothing.
Mra. B. Annie McCabe respectfully in
forms the public that the bus removed to the
house formerly occupied by IL Matani,,,oill,
on Washington sheet, and is prepared to
make Ladies' Dresses and Boys' Clothing, of
all kinds. She respectfully invites a lull
share of patronage. apt
Mis. Matilda. Pheasant is prepared to
weave rag carpets, and solicits patronage
fretti a generous public. Residence Wahl'.
night!' !Street, West Iduntin tf
The School Directors of Brady township
and also of Mt. Union are advertising fur
proposals for'the erection of brick school
houses. We are glad to note this evidence of
enterprise, and we hope it will not be long
before every district in the county has a
brick school-house, with all the necessary
FOR SALE.-A couple of oleic° lots,
well situated in the central part of
West Huntingdon, are offered for sale
at a low price, on good terms. Apply
before May let.
JMarch 23.3 t Rom. 11 JACOB.
REMOVAL—Lewis Richter has re•
moved his Boot & Shoe manufactory
to the tihop formerly occupied by W.
I. Steel, on Hill Street. mcb23.3t
WANTED-a Journeyman Potter,
immediately. Apply to J. B Leathers,
Mount Eagle, Centre Co., Pa. 4w
car Double Harpoon Hay Forks, best in
use, and there has never been one returned
so far; all are warranted. MeLactation,
Stone & Isett, Hollidaysburg. fe9-5m
aeir Improved Buckeye and the Buckeye
and Ohio Harvester combined, Reapers and
11loners, repairs of the 3ueltoye. always on
hand, at MeLanahan, Stone & Boni
daysburg, Pa. feo Sin
tn. Farmers needing a Grain-drill,
will do well to call on Wharton & Ma
guire and examine the Willoughby
gum-spring grain drill, either with or
without phosphate attachment, before
AlEer McLain - than, Stone & Isett, Hollidays
burg, have the largest and best assortment
of Garden and Plower Seeds in this vicinity.
Send for Catalogue. 5 and 10 cent papers
sent on receipt of money, post paid. Lle9 4m
ns,,Two thousand bolts, new styles
of 1V ALL PAPER bought since the
decline in gold, just opened, for sale at
Brown's Carpet store, Huntingdon.
WY-Cider Mills, Grain Separators, Clover
Hullers and Stammers, Cultivators, Washing
Machines, etc., etc., at MeLanding', Stone &
leett'a, Hollidaysburg, Pa.
USSA— Best Gum Holler and Gum Spring
Grain Drills, at ALL:mull:in, Stone &Lett's,
Hollidaysburg, Pa. fe9 Sm
Garden Seeds: --kll kinds of
Fresh Garden heeds for sale at RED
FRONT GROCERY. '
se- Buckeye Cern Sheller and Tel
egraph Fodder Cutter for sale at the
Hardware store of A. H. Stewart &, Cu.
her' Use Kinney's Cough Syrup. It
is reliable See certificates. Procure
it of S. S. Smith. mhll:343in
ad?' Pratt Miller's Hay Rakes, at Me-
Latinlulu, Stoae S Isett's, Hullidaysbarg.l.sau
ver..3leLanithan, Stune & Inett,
burg, wurrant till their instruments. Lie9-stu
The genuine Norway Coate, of the
lianAdell stack, for sale .at lied Front
Par The most popular Cook Stove i❑
the market is The Eclipse, fur sale b)
4. it. Stewart & Co. mh9-4t
M. Valuable household furnituro for sale
by Mrs. Sallie Johnston in thhi borough on
'XinirsdAy wurning uort.
L IST OF JURORS
James A. Appleby. laborer, Dahlia
Wrii. 11. Moister mei elian t, shit lc} sburg
Thomas Bell carpenter. Bane°
Samuel Doti area farmer. y
Jelin IL Distort e irpenno, Coahuila -
Wllll.llll S. Carey aniunDeturer, '
Sierra Cummins minter, Jackson
nein Davis termer, Jockson
S. D. Crane fainter. Tell ' •
Reuben Dup., unit farina . , Jackson
James k rench Cat pen ter, Sin ingflidd
ti blear) Gleell lion master, Porter
Santis I Heaton teacher ' Cassville
John !limey inerdiant, Huntingdon
Adam Light ter lit nier, West
Samuel B. Linn far cr. Smingfleld
Lyndon NUTI is Limier, Walker
thin les Goodin. in IllUr, Shirley
Daniel Poightnl humor, Penn '
Elisba Shoemaker Dialer, Oneida
James Smith farmer, Cronin ell
NV S. Statss blacksmith, Walker
Theruns Wilson Driller, trairwriluitrk
J. H. Wiiitamie, 31 1) Pcon.
lotaysfisz A:sorts—FlßST Wrl.6.'
David Ashton fainter, Springfield
Africa rlommaker, Huntingd o n
Boring, laminae, Ituntin gdon
S. D. Bolinger fin fuer, CrOlllWOll
Epbranf Chilean, P. 31., 31t. Union
Asa Corbin (droner, Union
L D. Civile shoemaker, Brady
Andrew Cnibuo fernier, Hopewell
• Asher Drake farmer, Clay
Jacob Flasher blacksmith, 31t•
Poland Fiume fernier; Lincoln
Joseph Fogle tanner, Dahlia
Benj. Fleming fanner, Jackson
Jacob tinnier lanner . ,Juniata
CalvinGremi farmer, Clay'
Joseph A. Omen lion master, Porter
William tlehret saddler, Cansville
Thos. 11011 mason, Lincoln
Peter Heffner farmer, Juniata
John Houck farmer:Barren
John Ilownt. hinter. Porter
John Hess, Railroad boss, Lincoln '
lios. K. Henderson fanner, etarriorsmark
William Illldebrand farmer Shirley
Robert Jones cluck, Franklin '
It. B Jones farnier,Tell •
John K. 3letz, luueq Brady .
Bobo t Mellow gent, Dahlia •
Samuel 31cFarron mason, Alexandria
111111//11 31cCartuol farmer, Nest
Ilemy Nell fail mer, West
John (su Lilt firm., Juniata
John Piper carpenter, A lexallthia
Robert raisin. hunter, Tell
Jacob Porter fat :nor, Oneida '
Thos. Riley mill aright, Fianklin
Anthony Shultz fanner, Luitolii
• John P. spatiogle !abater, Warriorsomrls
Abram Shintdolt fainter. innate
Harrison Speck farmer, Juniata
Geo. U. Sinids laborer, Bat rue
Harry J. sharer teamster, Kt. Union
Julio U. Stewart Mu keepers
D. F. These, Ru mer, Portia
ironic TitylOr fanner. Tad
bait' ill )(eater fanner, Dublin
Porter Robb farmer, Walker
VIA eaten JUROII3—UCOSD WORK.
William Bun. hinell nmiiimst Huntingdon
Jacob Baker carpenter, ...Dam:dila
Henry Ili unibaugh cannel, PCIIII
Jeerllll Bnughslungh engineer, Jackson
Allison Crum teacher, Todd
David Cies cabinet nicker,Warrioreanaik
Jolla Crutaley iner, Jackson
John It Dolialtleuti farmer, Lincoln
A. 11. Dean farmer, Jmilitte
James Delis burner, Jackson
Din id Elserode Cal pettier, Coalinont
Augustus bbberman saddler, Mt. Union
E. A. Green gentleman, Brady
A. K. Green gentleman, Springfield
Daniel Herteler elnantinker, lluntingitun
W. H. Thompson farmer, Brady
Fredei irk Harmony tat msr, Shirley
Themes Keith lei anlool, Ftankliu
Nathaniel I 3 tie saddler, 31of ris
30-01.11 Logan tanner, Barren
Rub. t B. Myton, fanner, Berme
Montfort fanner, Henderson '
Jacob Musser Jr., fanner, Brady
Neu ton Alailden farmer, springlield
Amida Ili ice hinter, Creme/LB
Wm. L, Fides saddler, Warridrsinark
David Speck fanner ,Juniata
31. C. alto farmer, Dublin
Ilea. Taylor fernier, Cass
Frank Wollkill Dieter., Brady
Geo. P. W 416,1141 1.11 liter, West
Pinion White ferret r,
John W. Yocum fat iner.Jiiniela
James Speer former, tell
On the 10th 1n36., Mr. THOMAS
CAMPBELL, Of Hollidayshurg, and Miss
EMMA J. HESS, Or Huntingdon.
At Saltine, Huntingdon co., on Dec.
25, 1869, \L•v. MATILDA. JANE, wile of
E. 0. Skipper, in the 37th yetis• of her
ago WILLIE A. SKIPPER, on the 28th
of February, 1870, in the sixth year of
his age, and ELENOR SKIPPER, on the
Bth day of March;" 181* ngcct 1 year
and 6 months. ,
In Hill valley, on the 27th of Feb:,
SAMUEL ROLAND, only child of Beckey
M. and J. F. Stewart, aged L year, 3
months and 4 days.
In Broad Top City, oh the 12th inst.,
[DA CORA, daughter of Elizabeth , and
J. W. Ammerman, aged 2 years,
months and 12 days. -
On tho.lsth inst., ANNA 3.1 , daugh
ter of Thomas F. and Elizabeth \V kite,
of Huntingdon, aged 1 year and 14
On the 24th inst., in fill valley Pq . ;
LETTIE youngest daughter of Christo
pher and Lizzie Rhodes, aged 8 years
6'months and 24 days.
PUILADYLPHIA, Molt. 2E, IF7O.
Superfine Flour per bars el ti.:37@.4 50
Extra Flour per Ls. rule 41,24 4441
Rye Flour per bar, el $4.62
11.1AVIleat per luteltel 1.24411.25
Bye per bu.ltel 9141.00
Coru per bushel bs®Ulcis.
Oats put bushel 54@50cts.
l'inbuoium, Mc I 28, IVO
Sp lug Wheat Flour por b [sirel email@example.com
how %Them pel bulhol $1.15(01.18
Corn per bu.liel
Oats per blubliel
Ityu per budliet
BAR Pour s liar-'3 —1,41 c 10,31 a j.1.1.1A .
PIIIIADELPIII.I, Ardh. 23, 1870
The following are the closing prices of De
Haven & Bro., 40 South Third Street:
U. S. G's we'Bl, - - 1131 1141
•• •• '62, - - •1091 110
•• •• '64, • - 1081 108}
" •• '65, - 1081 1081
" •• '65, new, - 1071 1071
" •• '6B, - - 1084 1081
s's, 10.40'5, - 105 1051
U. S. 30 rear 6 per coil. Cy. • 114 1121
Due Uuinp. Inl. iVoks, - 19
Gold - - - 1121 1121
Silver, - - - 114 112 A
Union Pacific R.R Ist 111: Bonds 850 860
Contra/ Pacific R. R. - 930 9-10
Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds 760 770
CORRECTED WIDAUS BY HENRY &CO
WHOIiS ILE PRICES.
FLOUR—Superfine Flour, per barrel, $4.25
Extra Flour, do 4 50
Family Flour, do 5.00
ilium—Bed Wheat, per bushel, --@1".00
W hite 1V heat, do 1.10
Rye, do 85
Corn, new, do 70
Oats, do 35
Barley, do 1.00
Seen—Timothy, - do 3 50
Flaxseed, do 1.75
Cloverseed, per 04 lbs. 7.00
PROVlSlONti—Potatoes, per bushel, 45
Dried Apples, do 1.75
Corn Meal, per cwt., 2.00
Dried Peaches, per pound, 12
Dried Beef, do 20
Lard, do 20
Pork, do l2
Butter, du 35
Cheese, do 20
Biggs, per dozen, 20
Cont.7-I.lltrti coal, per ton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Broad Top coal, do 3.004,3.50
LUMBER, per 1000 feet, 12.00W0.00
SUINGLES—Lap, per 1000 ft., 10.00®12,00
Joint Shingles, '• do 5.00®0.30
blisoF,LLArmous—Berk, per cord, -- 5,50
Brun, per cwt.,. 1,00
Hops, per pound 4O
Wool, do ' ' 45050
Hay, per ton, . 12.00
Ctreen Apples, do 75®1.00
Onions, do 75
_From $3.00 upwards, at Lewis' Book
Store, • I
1870 u"P"s l 870
5P1211(..T SI Orli
AT REDUCED PRICES
JAMES A. BROWN,
Is constantly receiving at his now
Beautiful Patterns of Cut pets, fresh from tho rooms of
tho amoutseturets. 11Li stook conwrkes
LIST stud BAG CARPETS, •
'COCOA and CANTON MATTINOS,
FLOOR, STAIR and TABLE .
OZ, I 1.. i 4 0 XJI C3O I X 1 I 3Ea,
INIIoIY-SIIADES and Thames, Druggate, Yelset
Ituga, Dow 3litte, Extra Carptit Thread and Binding
&i f -I mule a specialty- of furnishing lf II U ECU r.S end
ut City and mt it° l•ut tithing Cornadt-
Ues to call and ace goods made expt easly tar their pur
/iuiera will care Money and Lc better salted Ly going
to the regular Carped and, Oil Vlutlt Sono for any of th u
ithove gouda. I, defy competition in prices and variety
ul beautiful patterns. •
CARPhTS 25 cents per YARD and UPWARDS.
I hove also 11.0 Agency fur till, original
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
eu 1,311 hum% una the best, Family Machu.. its the world,
Cull al the VA ie PE 7 , J l'UliEund see them
JAMES A. BROWN.
Hntingdon, Moll 16, 'lO-Gal
ID ILO CILA M II ERE AS, by
a precept to me di:et:bah dated at Huntingdon, the
of January, A. D. hiU, nailer the bends and veal
df the lieu. George Taylor, lhosident of the Court of
Common Pleas, Oy et and Terminer ' and general jail doh,
cry of the 21th Judicial District Prunsy hania, compe
red at Iluntingdon, Blair and Cambria counties; and the
lioni. A thony J. Beai er and Da% id Cl irkeon, his assuci
ides, Judges el the county of Huntingdon, justices as
signed, appointed to hen, tiy and detet mine all and every
iudiCuuuutn made or taken tar or concerning all crimes,
%Inch by the lama of the State ate made capital, or felon
ice in death, and other otleuces, crones and misdemeanors,
which have been or shall hereafter be committed or perpe
trated; for crimes aforesaid—.l am commanded to make
public proclamation throughout toy whale bailiwick, that
a Count ut Oyer and Tot miner, of Common Pleas and
Quarter Sessions, will 110 held at the Conn House in the
bui ough of Huntingdon, on the second Monday (and Mb
day) ut APAIL, Ibis , and these who will probecuto the
Said prisoners, Lie than and thero to mosecuto theta cas it
shall be just, and that all Justices of the Peace, Coroner
and Constables nithin mud county, be thou and there in
their proper persona, at It) o'clock, a. 01. of said day, with
their lecords, inquisitions, examinations and remembran
ce:, to du those things w hivb to theh tutees reSllectisely
:wpm tam. . .
bated at Huntingdon, the Will of Mai ell, in the year of
our Lord one Him:smut eight hundred and sun unty,
and the :alb yeas et Milo stun Independence.
I). It. P. A LELY, Sheriff.
DRO CIL A. MAT lON .--- HERE AS, by
a precept to me directed by the Judges of the CURD
toes Pleas of the county of Huntingdon, boning test the
gbili 01 January, A. D. Mu, 1 am roinnianded to make
public Proclamation tlabughent dry Dilute bailiwick, that
u Cunt tot CUDDIRDI Pleas Dill be held at thu Cutlet litaifie
iu the but ough ut Huntingdon, on the Jut Monday (and
IStli day) of APRIL, A. D. Ib7o, for the HMI ..ot ell is
sues in soil Court which remain undetermined lielme
the said Judges, when and Mimic all jutuia, Witllo.oB,lllltl
suitors, in the flints of all flatten ate required.
hated at Huntmgdon, tho 10th of 3hueln in the year of
our land one thousand eight hundred nod sat silty,
and the 04th year of Anieruntujiidepentlence.
Lt. I, P. :SEELY, Sleriy.
OF ALL KINDS,
WALL - - PAPER.
ii;:-. "Y'' . 7. i .-It'i :.OZ, .14`k,',L., 4,77:-•.?..--mi
!-..,;,,,'-i.?• , 0,4..'": .-1 ' ..' "; •: 1 ,.1::•rj,
:-,...` -A?-''•!..ii!,-.t.i-ti-F."-':.? t 0 .'4 : ,
--;'--,,:i-:,;'-2.'i 1: - .. 1 .;.1-,1 - -1 :: .1- >'',.c,:4'.,14i..2.) ~..:;*l;ei,)".•
;-.• ',..,‘;, .4 vs ,__ ' w ,5,---; iffi: ,yr
.. t..14.1tv-_ . Rio; : ) 1 .• . .- ':, • rt.*
Lewis' Book Store,
School Books and Stationery, Bibles, IlyiUn
Books, MiScellaneous Books of all kinds,
Blank Books, Sunday School Books, etc.,
hilts of all kinds, Notions, Perfumery, Pock
et Books Pocket Knives, Musical Instru
ments, Wall Paper, Window Shades end
Fixtures, etc., etc., etc. [novll.tf.
p LAN KS I BLANKS ! BLANKS
cossnurms SALES, ATTACII'T EXECUTION
SCIIOOI. ORDERS, JUDGMENT NOTES,
LEASES FOR HOUSES, NATURALIZATION 11 Rh.
'OMNON BONDS, JUDOMI•INT BONDS,
WARRANTS, FEE - RILLS,
NOTES, with a waiver of the $3OO Law.
JUDUM ENT NOTES, with 11 waiter of the 5300 Law.
ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT, with Teachers.
MARRIAGE CEILTI FICATES, for Justices of
nod !Ministers of the Gospel.
COMPLAINT, WARRANT, and COMMITMENT, in case
of Assault and Battery, and A ill ay.
:CI ER E FACIAS, to recover amount of Judgment.
COLLECTORS' RECEIPTS, for State, County, School,
Borough and Township Taxes.
Printed on superior paper. and for sale at the Office o
the HUNTINGDON GLOBE,.
BLANKS, of every description, printed to order, neatly
at short notice, and on good Paper.
A fine and large assortment always on
AT LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.-
goon assortment of miscellanmia and Schoo
Books—Foolscap, Letter, COMllleteial and Noto Pamir—
Plain and Fancy Envelopes—hed, Blue and Mark Inks—
think Books of numerous sizes—Pens, Pencils, I ickut and
Doak Inkstands, and every other article usual! • found In
Book and Stationery Store, can ho had at fat, prices at
LEWIS' BOOR, STATIONERY & MUSIC STORE.
The co•pardmt ship heretufolo existing and boon n
us "taker t Appleby, hat this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Thu books of the Jinn will be to Ow bands of
.1, M. Appleby for settle:neut. until the Ist of Awn 11370.
All permnis indebted to s.kld firm ale earnetly requested
to snake payment by or bubre that limo.
othisoula, March 10,1370. a
The partnership heretofore existing 1.04 nett 13. C.
:.utanters mid balm !Willy, trading under the usono of
10010r0..t Reilly, was dissolved on-March 7th by mato
.tl Lut.ent. The hooks aro in the !muds of Jesse Sum
,l I mete tut settlement.
nuoiugdon, Meb. 16, 1870
krOTICE to .lEade Myers, Jo°. A.
Myers, and Elisabeth Long: Tako notioo that
1.0 has ',en gt toted by tho Hoot t of Common 'Ph us
of Huntingdon County to show OMISO why eatlifactiou
should not be 011tneed upon a certain Mortgogo given by
Claud:Ai Myers to Oeu. Myers, doe'd., April 3; Pogo 'OO,
autoug„tho recut di of tiny tiugdon county; and whirl, is
a lien nd It 7 sores 111111 101 perches of laud 111 tilthley
twp., Huutiogdon cuutoy l'enusylvauio.• •
Nth; D. It. P. NEIH,Y, Enteral%
M 7 ANTED,
I' 10,000 butholi of Wheat, Rye, Oats, and Corn
In Ute Muni ingdou Steam 10111.
JOSRPII R. CitlinON.
Iltuitinvloth 50v.i7,1 cittr
11.4 U IN 11 S S MEN, TATCE NOTIOE!
. It you trout your Quit ueati printril v 0 curl
Ovoß, mill at
I,Bly.ts BOOK AND r 4170151E2:Y BTORB
A FRESH STOCK OF
ii itir "bUtrtistments
SOU uI LALT COENLE COMM: AND SPRUCE STE,
I . IIII,ADELPIIIA.
E (Soma.aly of Thaniingden C 0.,)
Centrally located mad the anent convenient point for
nnerLiannti 'nit mg the city. Aveldnunnhitioa.s of the
tirnt-Haas. All the mod. rea inaprovementa. Et cry at
tention nil) be extended to guests. J 111,5430
.p r ,
a.arcirtY St.. N.Y. or 38 W. 4th At., Cinclanntl, O.
H they Want the most popular and best selling .
subscription boolcs published. and tho most lib
eral term. Send for circulars. Theywill costyon '
nothing, and may be of great benetlt to you.
• HARRISBURG, SNPT. ; B, 180
TO TILE OWNERS. OF UNPAT
obedioncoi to nu, Act of Aesembly, npproved the
eighth day ut April, one thousand eight hundred end
oixtputne, you ore hi rclip notiflad that the "County
Land Lieu Docket," containing the list of unpatented
hands fur Illintingdou county. prepared under the Act of
Assembly of the to eat leth of May, ono thousand might
hundred and .sixtprour, and tho'Slipplement thereto,
has this day Leen fermented to the lit othenutury of the
county,' et ult.., office it may ho examined. The liens
can only be liquidated by the tiurchene money, Interest
'and fees, and remixing patents through this •Depart•
JACOB 31.0 A MP BELL,
RIJTTON & McGONNELL,
:No. 809 MARNET STEET,
itst,4ll . e'Latest ' Styles and beet tuannfitctnrre,
FEATHER BEDS and MATTRESSES
Peb 3.3, 3m.
, NORWAY OATS.
\~7E have now in s t to k re r a largo lot of
NORWAY OATS •
Which we are offering as low as nay respon9ible house in
Every varloty. Warranted fresh and genuine. One trial
seem.ca your confidence.
Harrows, Cultivators', Itrodtl Cost Seed Sowers, Corn
Planters, Seed Drills, awl the Largest se.ortmeut of
' To be found in trio city.
Our Aninteur'a Guido mid Calendar for Inn and Nice
Lict of &odd mulled lieu to all applicants.
. WADE ,& ARMSTRONG,
tsucce.s,vrn to Paschall Morrie,]
SEED AND I11I'Ll.:31 ENT WAREIIOUSS,
mii9.3to .1120 MARKET ST., Philadelphia
Bought, • Sold and Exchanged'
O'N MOST LIBERAL TERMS.
<Or C:3 O 3C)
Bought and Sold at Market Rates.
PACIFIC RAILROAD BONDS
Bought and Sold.
Bought and Sold on Commission only.
Accounts received and interest allowed
on daily bnlnnees suldect to check, at sight.
40 SOUTH 3D STREET,
rlitfiE Great Amerlam Health Restorer. parlfioo
the blood tuld cares Scrofula, Syphilis, skin
Diseases. Rheumatism. Diseases of 15 omen and all
IChronic Affections of the Blood, Liver and Kid.
Dep. Recommended by the Medical Faculty and
thousand of our best citizens.
... . .
'Read the testimony of Physicians ant paints
who have need Itosodalis semi fir ,our Itosadal is
Guido to Health or Almanac for this year, which
we publish for gintilitions distiibutiou; it will
give you n•uch valuable informstion.
, II,T. It. W. Cair, at Whittle., says:
1 take pleasure fu rye anmending your Rosadab
is as a rely powerful /Mclntire. l have teen it
used in too ernes with happy results—alio In ease
,uf secondary syphilis, in millets the patient pro
.noutlced himlelf mired lifter having taken five
lhottles of your medicine. The other is a case ,of
ecrofula of lung kanding, which is rapidly itn
prat log underr its use, and the indications are
Lallythe patient will soon recover. I have care
ltully exandued the formula by o Welt your Bose,
delis is made, and find It an excellent compound
et all alterative ingtedients. -
Dr. Spa, ks, of Nicholas, ille. Ky., says he has
used itusedulis in cares abet...dela and secondary
Syphilis with satisfactory tabu lta—as a cleaner of
the blood I know no butter remedy.
Simnel G. McFadden, Mud, echuro' Tennessee,
I have used seven bottles of Remotalb., and an;
entirely cured Cl Itheinnatisni ; send me four bob'.
Iles, as I n Lilt it fur my brother, mho Las morn.
Benjamin Bechtel, of Ulna, Ohio, writes, I have
coffered for twenty years withun Inveterate erup..
list, over my body ; a short time since I pur.
chased a bottle of ltobadalte and it effected a per.
Bosadalts is sold by John Bend and 3. S. Smith,
❑unting,inu, Pa., and lliuggists generally.
laibuitory, tilExchnugo Place,'Baltimore.
CLE3IENTo & CO.,
Feb.2'3.l yr. 2 or 3 p. Proprietors.
33.-S-10".71-3E-3E 7 .15
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
T RADE MARK
r i s
SPRING .....e . ' 6-:,;r -, 1870.
3E II 4St.M.Is3.e?X'SS
.N.... 1. ) our clop of
CORN, OATS, POTATOES, WIIEAT, AND CRASS,
As nen na
ADD TO TILL FERTILITY OF YOUR SOIL,
By a Judicious and Economical mode of -
'l/1 A- ST T_T R.. , • I MT G-.
Gel the value qf your outlay the first season.
Obtain belterlitted ears and heavier grain.
Keep your soil free from noxious weeds.
Make your land permanently fertile.
Over SIX r KEN years of constant use, on all crops, has
proven that Bauglea limp Bone Phosphate may be de
pended upon by Farmers.
MOULT 111PROVF.D AND STANDARD 'WARR A NTLD.
For Salo by Agricultural Dealers generally.
BA,T,TGH & SONS,
Office, No. 20 South Delaware Avenue,
mhB-6m PHILADELPHIA, ' ,
RE VEN IJE STAMPS
FOR SALE ,
AT LETVIS' BOOK STORE
JOLIN a MILLER,
(Successor to 0.11. 'MILLER .4 sou
All Hinds of LEATHER,
HUN G PON; 1:14:
Latest Arrival , o,of Gent's Goods.
'H. ROBLEY '
Ras removed to the room over John Bare & Co's Bank,
(Old Broad Top Corner.), where he ie prepared to do all
kinds of mock In his lino of business. lie has just meets.
cd a full line of
VESTINGS, • •
Thankful for past patronage ho solicits a continuance
of the same, Thewitentien of tho public is called to hie
stook of cleths ',lc., which be is prepared to make' tip to
order in knelt:tunable, durable and workmanlike manner.
Please give rite a cull:
!bn tin pion, N., April illy Mg,
NEW, STOVE, AND TIN STORE.
BUCHANAN, ALLISON & CO
Have opened n new store in Tenter's new building, In
the Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa., and ,have ready for tulle,
a large assortment of
Cook and Parlor Stoves,i
SPEER'S REVOLVING MUT, ' '
- SPEER'SANTI.DUST, • .. •
SPEER'S ANTI-DUST COOK STOVES.
SMITH'S REGULATOR find EUREKA COOK STGOI ' S
, • find LITTLEFIELD'S lIEATERS.
Ale°, a largo arliartmont of
' 1 13 1 4 . 446 Ft1121382.6.MAVE,
and a'great variety o[Gooils, never befortiCkepOn this
place. We aim manufacture
,WAIIE TO ORDER
Repairing. Roofing and Spouting done at short nuttqa
Count ry Stores supplied with Tin Ware at city
Confident of being' Milo fa make it advantageons io
their monomers they, respectfully solicit a shore of pnblto
- • -
ROOM IN YENTER'S'NEW BUILDING
4 'IN THE DIAMOND, 'HUNTINGDON;
N.EWDOOT AND SHOE STORE.
llnforms the public that ho bus Just
oponod at Ids old eutud iu the Diamond,
A Fine Assortment of all kinds Of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and ' Children:
-All Of which hewn' sell at fair prices: Quick Salts and
pr‘jils- Call and examina my stock. _ ,
Manufacturing and Repairing Bono to order as '
Huntingdon, Ay. 14, MU..
TO TIIE N. E. CORNER OF DIA.BIOND.
Boot and Shoe EmporiuM.
JOHN IL WESTBROOK IA
Respectfully Informs the citizens of Huntingdon' and
vicinity that he has just received from the city a Nitvr god
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS, •
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Caipit Stick
Trunks, &c:, &c:,•&c., &c:' ' •
all of which ho Is prepared to sell at greatly reduced prices
Don't forgot the new stand In Ma Diamond. Old cut.
mere rind the public generally are Invited to call.
Huntingdon, np.7, 1869.
-FM GEO. SHAEFFER
returned from tiro emt with .:0411141
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS,. &C.;
Which ho offore to tho Inspection of his customers and
tho public nominally. Ito will soil his stock ut tho most
and those w•ho purchase once will surely cull again.
BOOTS"& SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and ItEPAILIING done in the neatest and Most exiled!.
!ions manner. • :. •
Call upon %Ir. Schaeffer at ilia . ahop on MU atreet,
low doors west of thu Diamond. ap. 14,1961
pAPER. ! I'APRIt!! VAPER',!!!
Silk Paper for Flowara,
Fiat Cup Paper,
Commerolal Note Paper,
Ladies' Oilt Edged Lotter an, Note Pala%
ladies' I'lain and Fancy Min Paper,
White nod Colored Card Vapor, is Packa and Sheets,
or sale at LEWIS' Book, Stationery and Music Store.
WINDOW CURTAIN PAPERS
A LARGE . STOCK
" • AND
Window Curtain Papers,
JUST RECEIVED ,
LEiVIS' BOOK STORE
ITUNTINGDON LIV E RY.
Tho utolersigited, having purchased tho Livery Stabla
recently owned by Mr Simon Weston, aro now pre
pared to accommorlate do public with Horse. and Card ,
ages on reneonnblo tei nes .• • '
astable at the rear of the Jackson Howe, veer the B. Ti
LAMBERTZON & 'AIABON,
1 1 ) EADY RECKONER
_Lik) A completo rocket Ready Reckoner, in dollars
and cents, to which are added forms of Notes, Bills, Ile.
combs, Petitions, de. together with a set of useful tables
containing rate of hiterest from one dollar to twelve thous.
and. by.the single day, with a table of wages,' and board
by lhe week awl day. For solo at
LEWIS' BOOK STORE.
COUNTRY DEALERS can
r buy CLOTHING from mein llnntingdon nt
WHQLNSALE as clump an they con t.l - •
eel bane a wholedale store in Philaelphie.
NEATLY L.3.DCLUA Ax
The "Globe" Job Office:
H. ROBLEY, ,
.J. X. Bl7CrarAll