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Tfieiday morning ) June 14, 1870.
LOCAL, & PERSONAL.
Moriuh Lodge, No. 301), A. Y. AL, meets second
Monday eveningot each month, in Brown's building.
Standing Stone 11. R. A. Chapter, NO. 201, meets the
first Tuesday et euing of each mouth, in Breen's building.
Juniata Lodge, N 0.117 , I 0. 0. E, meets every Friday
evening, third floor, in Leister's building.:.
Mount Her Cluny of I. 0. 0. F., meets every second
and fourth Tuesdaa iu Leister's building, third floor.
,landing Stone Liege, No. 85, I. 0. G. 71, meets every
Tuesday evening in third floor of Bead's building.
.Arropahoe Tribe, No. 08, I. 0. of R. IL, meets every
Thursday evenin. ' third floor, Loister's building.
Young itch'ss diriseian :Association meets the firer and
third Monday evenings each month, hiSnilth's building.
Post 33, G. A. X., meets 'third Monday of each tnouth
in Court 'louse. _
Town Council meets the first Friday evening of curls
Huntingdon Lodge, Yo. 119, K. of P., meats every So 4
iarday evening, in eolith's; huildiug.
Huntingdon Templet!, honor, No. Ti, meets the fourth
111Onday of each mouth in good Templars' Hall.
The Ifebticrian Cub mos to every 'Thursday evening. In
tho Y. M. U. A. room.
• •• • •• • • • .
Huntingdon Council, 0. If. A. N., meets first amt third
Vaendayo °reach mouth iu Good-Template
Baptist. Church—Wahblngton, Street. Rev. J. W. Plan
nett. zerrices on Sabbath : 1034 a. In., ip. m.
'Catholic—Washington Street. Itev.h..J. Aylward. Ser.
vices first three Sundays in every month. -
..Ivangelical Lutheran—Slit:lLn Street. Rev. J. J. Kerr.
Service:um Sabbath.: 1034 a. m., i p. m.
t3ernum Reformed—Church Street. Rev. S. 1). Stecklo.
Service on Sabbath: 7. P. m.
%fabulist Eptscopal—Church Street.. Rev. DI. 11. Foster
Services ma Sabbath 10%a. m., 7 p.m.
Protestant Episcopal-11111 street. Rev. A. U. Doyle,
Stallion on Sabbath: 10%a. in., 6;4 p m.
Preabyterian—llill Street: Roy. G. W. Zabuiser. Ser
,'vices on Sabbath : 11 a. m , 7 p.m.
On the Wing.
The stamp bas been removed from
,LeWistown is to have a grand musi
cah Convention commencing June 13.
Ice cream is made by horse power
,Several black bass have been caught
in the waters ofßedfOrdiounty,
The people of Bellefonte are agita
ting the subject of free pews.
A men - In Tyrone killed a black
stiakis'in his garden the other day. It
meastfred'five feet-four inches.
Red and white cherries may look
very pretty, but - don't eat them, nor
any other unripe fruit.
Our, town council should have look
ed at Mime of the.striet crossings after
the recent rain. , . -
"Plain . -Words". is the name of a now,
neat paper printed- at Bellefonte by
W. H. 1.3.. Brainerd. . •
A celebrated .physician says that it
is,cake- that ruins, the teeth and not
candy,--as is generally supposed.
A large number of people attended
the- Congress of animated nature in
this; plane on Saturday last.
Phil'adelphia raised ton thousand
doilare, for the Richmond sufferers.—
Good for the City of Friends.
The ladies are now on "dress par
ade" daily, -but Snivels thinks they
pile oriieo much flummery for Sunday.
A party of railroad officials inspected
the proposed new route from Lewis
burg to Spruce Creek, last week.
-At a recent cattle sale i'n'Zenia, 0.,
two choke cows and one heifer bro't
The Pacific Expross was thrown off
the track near Perryville 'on Friday
last by an axle breaking. The cars
w*Sie wrecked but no lives lost. ,
He would be a very uncommon e
nus holm who could follow the exam
ple of the sun—the later he goes to bed
tbc'earlier he will rise,_
George Davis, who shot and wound
ed.hlaggie MeGillan, in Hollidaysburg
not long since, has been.eent to an in
;An umbrella in the hands of a school
girlin Somerset was struck by light
ning tlialother day. The brave girl
still.goeeto school, nevertheless.
The next Union -Prayer meeting is
to:be held' in the Methodist church on
Saturday 'evening next, at 73 o'clock.
The' public cord ially'invited.
James M.' 8011, of Hollidaysburg,
and' President of the First National
Bank of this place, died at his resi
dence on the night of the 3d inst.
The- new. Presbyterian church. in
Hollidaysburg is to cost about 640,000.
Thep-firet -services, were hold- the
chapol'on - the,sth . inst.
ThO Belle . febte Republican came to
us last week in an enlarged and im
proved! form: W - hope i te• idea cof
peabe.:wilt, be realized in consolidation.
The receipts of Van Amburg's men
agerie',l,t Lancaster, for a single day,
_We r ehould_ think they
were nearly $2OOO in this place.
A Normal ;School is to be built at
WeseCtiniter, ten acres of ground
having been purchased for that pur-
..Furey; of the Bellefonte Watchman,
.confesses that ho feeds on filth. We
should think ho•likes it from the way'
be deals in it. It's none of our busi
ness though. - •
Grady's monkey, • which strayed
awa,yat Bloody Run, has been 'cap
tured. 'What a 'pity We thought
Furey .had each a" 'Splendid chance to
showliiinself to a good advantage.
MP-" Wm: P: Orbison has been cho-'
sett President of the First National
B a itkr9fkltt kdo ti? -, kaCati-,
cy oelaskitied.by, the death - cif:Mr, Jas.
11i. Bell. _ f .„
A pairt'of'shoia and dliiiii: r •br brown
stockings. Avere lost 'on the opposite
' Weekti c he finder 'Wilt'
please return' thoiretw this•office.
The-novel eight of a - man spanking'
a ,w4man, ocearied 'in a • straWberry
patch . - in Bloomfield' the - other day., --r
The;:iieman not liking such treatmthlit
pr/i6ued a Witryantfor his appearanco
at court. ,•
of the Sunbury & Lewistown
to the amount of $1,200,000, were' to--
hell by' lion. A. K. McClure, acting,
it hi understood, for Thomas Scott, V:,
P. .of the Pennsylvania railroad.
The Bellefonte Watchman says tho
:PeiriVeratic convention of editors at
Altoona bids fair to 'he a grand suc
cess. Meek, that isn't lair thatyon
should haye,thoiinside track on:suels
"bids." - Lot your brothers know
something about what "course" you
intend to take.! Will it by 'straight
We have no hesitation in saying
that-Van Ambitrei Menagerie which
exhibited here. on• Saturday last, was
the-best thing •of the kind : that over
visited this place. The canvass re
mained up over Sunday, and the em
ployees ,gave evidence that they as
well as_their employers had respect
for-the snored day.
A Man Killed.—On Saturday morn
ing last, Mr. Nathan Denny, a watch•
man on the Pennsylvania Railroad,
residing at Warriorsridge station, five
miles above Huntingdon, was run over
by a freight train, and almost instant
ly killed. He was seen sitting on the
track by the engineer, who whistled,
but it is supposed ho was sound asleep
and did not hear it. The cats passed
over his right foot below the knee,
and his head and face were so badly
bruised that ho must have boon ,in
stilt-Jay killed. A dog that always ac
conoanied him was also hurt by the
same train, and it showed its fidelity
to its master even in death. It was
run over first and seeing its master
was dead it crawled up and lied down
on his feet, and when the train was
stopp.ecOt resisted ti o,,Oforts of the
trainmen to remove the body. Mr.
Denny 'was about sixty years of age,
and was one; of tho most faithful watch•
man in the employ of the company,
having acted in that capacity ever
since the road was constructed. Ho
leaves a large family. His remains
were interred in the cemetery of this
place on Sunday afternoon last, and a
large concourse of citizens 'attended
-il Man Drowned, --11r. William San•
key was drowned on Saturday after
noon last, under peculiar circumstan•
ces. Ho was on his way home, and
while walking down the steps of the
stone bridge over Strom) Creek below
town ho made a mis-step and fell into
the water, which was high and rapid
from the recent rains. He was not
seen to rise alter be fell in. .
•On Sunday evening - ,his body was
discovered in -some drift a short - dis
taneo'below where he had fallen in.—
There was an ugly wound in his skull
which was caused in his fall.
Mr. S. lived in Henderson township,
about five miles from here and being a
drinking character it is said his death
has been occasioned by this destrue•
tive habit. In his frequent visits' to
town be was often assailed by boys,
and tormented by them, his innocence
being the incentive of their ungentle
Anotlier 11fan Almost Droioned.—On
Thursday evening last during the
heavy ruin, Mr. Benj. Herneame, resi
ding about a mile below town, met
with an accident which almost result
ed in his getting a watery grave. Ho
was lifting the gates of the wastewier,
when the crank he was using broke
loose end he was thrown into the.
stream, drawn through the culvert by
the curront,and was beingearried down
the river at a rapid rate, when Mr.
Daniel Pope, discovered him, and wa
ded in in time to save him. He wasun
consciouO When taken out of the wa
tor, but soon recovered.
About halt-past Jour o'clock on
: last a torrent of
rain fell ut this place, which contiaued
for three hours or more, almost fines
aantly, and was followed by a . coustant
shower all night. The ,consequence
was the streams were all swollen, and
the water from the hills to the north
of town ran through the Streets, - and
overflowed 'them 'at all the crossings,
some of them being one sheet of water.
Muddy Run was very high, and the
water came with such force against the
piers . the bridge near tho Baptist
church a's to sweep one bide away, and
carry off part of the board walk. The
same stream put out the fires in Mr.
Frank .geff it
right's brick kiln, and °t ;
or damage was' done in the yard`by
the rain as to fink() his loss about six
Ou Friday evening about the same
time, a rain - came - from the same di
rection, (north-east,) and was as heavy,
as the one the day before.' The streets
were again flooded, and
were high. Stone Creek overflowed
its banks and invaded the fields ad
joining to some distance. Mr. Ref:
fright's kiln was again extinguished,
much to the „damage of the burning
brick, and in town many of the cellars
were_ full of water, which destroyed
the eatables and valuables stored titre.
We learn that a railroad bridde ut
McConnellstown was Swept away; the
B. T. Railroad bridge across the rack
at this place. was damaged,- thus de
laying the passage of trains 3, and some
of the road-bridges over 'Stone Creek
and Mill Creek arse also in a dilapida
ted condition. The flood, has- been
equally ":destructive - to thci tieretofore
promisi rig grain, Whole fields of corn
were washed, and some wheat and
other—grain fields have boon beaten
down so effectually tha,t . feare are:en
tertained of 'their being - Worth 'any
thing to-the owners.
• • [CO.I4I4.UNICATED.I
Mr. _Editor .on:last, Sabbath Morn
ing, a little after.ono o'clock, we wore
roused from peaceful shimher, by , the
cry of fire. ' hastened to the canal
bridge to witness the entire 'destruc
tion of Dull's large flOiirMginik with
his newspaper mill recen.^,tly:: built in
connection with the foimer.::lliia fire
waa the most- sublime .sigbt we ever
.witnessed, or desire to - see•-lin:";• thie
:world. There Nveri4 in the grist' mill
four or five c thiMsaitd_bishels of grain,
and a . ilety - large quantity of finished
paper' in the paper mill; all of which
added fuel:to the conquering flames,
;which defied all human effort from the
"time it was first discovered. In a few
minutes the whole was wrappd in lurid
flames in pyramidical, form of awful
heili,ht•and &endear: - •'
'Thus in a few moments, ; the hard
labor of many, anxious years, may be
swept Away those-'very _ ele me is
which Tare essential to human life, when
carelessly'and ickedly perverted.—
This litmentable,affair involvina 's a loss
of perhaps twenty thousand dollars
was the work of incendiaries. Alas !
that demons in human - form must be
permitted to mingle with man, and
glut their bitter vengeance upon the
unoffending inhabitants of earth. Alas
that others clahning places in society
can exult over the ,sorrows of. the be
reaved. Alas' alas,for poor, fallen hu
manity. "There was only an insurance
of four thousand' dollars on the proper.
McVeytown, Juno 7,1870.
Bitten by a Snake
A child of Levi Decker of Mill Creek
was bitten by a copperhead snake on
Monday, the Gth inst. Remedios were
immediately applied and the ehild re
Ite,aupeeribe for the GLour,
Two boys entered the Pennsylvania
warehouse on Tuesday morning last
and stole ton dollars from the vest
pocket of Mr. Stewart Allen, ono of
the employees. The. boys had been
watched by Hr. A fbr some time, and
while ho was away they committed
the theft. They left on an eastern
train, when Mr. Allen telegraphed and
they were arrested at Mifflin and ac
knowledged, to the Oaf t, and said they
had bought suits : of clothes with the
money, and represented they were
from Harrisburg.. They were repri•
manded for their conduct and allowed
to go free.
btu' Hearth and Home for this week
(dated Juno 25th) contains the first of
a series of sketches entitled "Jethro
Throop's Night Thoughts," by John
Thomas, who is ne other than, Petro
leum V. ­. The groat hurnorist
will take an honest country boy to the
city, conduct him through the usual
experience,. and restore him to his
home a sadder and wiser boy, satisfied
that the peaceful, honest, and temper
ate lifiof the farmer is the best and
safest life that eau be lived. This is
a lesson greatly needed at this time;
and Nasby is the man to teach it.
It is a rich treat to always have
good bread on your table, and those
persons aro foolish who do not procure
it. We tasted some of the best last,
week that it was over our pleasure to
enjoy; it was white, light and palata
ble. The secret of it was that it came
from the Union Steam Bakery of Mr.
Luke Reilly, in this place, who has
attained universal oelebrity for mak
ing good Bread, Cakes, etc., and does
his best to maintain it, .
We received last week from 'Capt.
H. C. Weaver,six of the largest straw
berries that it was ever our pleasure
to look upon. One of them was two
inches long, five and one-quarter inch
es in circumforenco,and weighed with•
in a'small L fraction of an ounce. The
six berries weighed over two ounces.
We doubt whether any other straw
berry can bo found to equal this one ;
if it can wo would like to see it.
The Odd Fellows of this place in
tend belebratirig.the 4th of July.- ; -We
are glad something is to be done. But
wouldn't it be as well if the dear peo
ple could be treated to a sight of a pa
rade of all the orders, so that they
might know who the terrible follows
ma.. Farmers needing a Grain-drill,
will do well to.eall on Wharton & Ma
guire and examine the Willoughby
gum-spring grain drill, either with or
withotit phosphitte"attachment, before
I*-:Gentlemen's no India Gauze
Shirts very cheap at 111.c:NEWS Tem
ple of Fashion: All in want of this
kind of Gocids should null there Und'Aeo
them; they, are the best in town. 2t
NoncE.—All grain on store with the
undersigned will, according to ware:
house rule, be marked sold on July 1.
2t FISHER & SONS.
itter* A large stock of the best Stone
ware, of all kinds, now nn hand at the
Red Front Grocery, and for sale cheap.
or than anywhere eke in the county.
der 10,000 pounds of tub washed
wool wanted, for which the highest
market price will be paid at B. J. D.
vor Co's store, Mt. Union. [30.4t.]
Se - Young men will Bud an assort
ment of tho very latest styles of nuts
for the'stimmor, 'at MONEEL'S. 2t
11%.,8eet Gum Roller and Gum Spring
Grain Drills, at MoLanallan, Stone•& 'sett's,
Hollidaysburg, Pu. fee-8m
rm.. A new and splendid lot of
Straw Hats at M.e,NeiPs TEMPLE OF
Zia- Best French - Woven Corsets at
51.00, white and black, all sizes, at
McNeil's Temple of Fashion. 21,
• . • . . • _ . • •• •
• 11 9-.MeLanahan, Stone & Isett, Hollidays
burg, warrant all their instruments. [fe9,stn
111 Mackerel, 'Roe; :Like; and Lftbracir
Herring nt Henry & Co's. npl2-3m
taZtr Double Harpoon-Hay Forks, best in
use, add there has never been one returned
so far; all ttre warianted. MeLabahan,
Stone & Isett, Hollidaysburg. fe9-5m
$' Cider Mills, Grain Separators, Clover
Hullers and Stemmers, Cultivators, Washing
Machines, eta., etc.,_ at McLanahan, Stone &
Isett's, Hollidaysburg, Pa. fe9.Bm
Gardeiii kinds of
Fresh Garden Seeds for sale at BED,
VSY - Use ;Kinney's Cough Syrup. It
is reliable t Seexertificates. Procure
it of S. S. Smith. inhl6-3m
girßuckeyeulttowers and. IleapOrs
for sale by A. P...,§te wart Co. (m3O Ot
te—Silver'platiicrivare at A. B. Stew
art & Co: ' (May 30-4 t
gm. Cane and Bamboo Fishing Rods
at HENRY Ss CQ'S. • 2t
Every busindss man should use printed bill
heads, letter heads, and envelopes, They
have to use the paper and envolppes, any
way, and wo .furnish the material at whole•
ealo prices, and print them at less than the
-material,would cost at retail, pricy Call.
Retail Market Prices
Butter 25icents, best quality; eggs
I 8; lard 20 ; green apples 7501,50 per
bushel ; potatoes 35(50 ; dried apples
$1.75 (02.00 j beans $2.000 75; dried
peaches, good, 15022 cents per lb;
dried beef 25; S C. llam 25; Shout.
der I.l@lB ; Side 10018; Flour from
5 5006,00 per barrel.
lismAnics—Potatoes dull; butter is
plenty; eggs scarce; corn and oats
DRESS MAKING—The undersigned would
respectfully inform the citizens of Hunting
don and vicinity that she has commenced the
bveiness of plain and Fancy sewing at the
residence of Mr. 11. C. Weaver, in IVest
Huntingdon. All kinds of Patterns are kept
constantly on hand for sale at the lowest pri
ces; also, cutting and fitting done to order.
I mhet earnestly solicit a share of the public
may 10 MRS. S. M. MCCAULEY.
SALT EMPORIUM.—DeaIers, look to your in
terest and buy your salt from Henry & Co.
Their facilities for furnishing salt are great
er than any other house in central Pennsyl
vania, and having a line of boats running •to
and from Philadelphia and Baltimore, 'they
are prepared to furnish all kinds by the sack,
car or boat load, at prices which defy com
petition. Ap ID-3m.
Mrs. Matilda Pheasant is prepared to
Weave" rag carpets, and solicits patronage
from a generous public. Residence Wash
ington Street, West Iluntinvd, I • tf
Ladles Dresses anti Boys Cloaking.
.Mrs. D. Annie McCabe respectfully in.
forms the public that she has removed to the
house formerly occupied by H. McManigill,
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
xtel,,For SllO McLanahan, Stone &
Isett will deliver, free of freight, ono
of the best mowers manufltctured. It
has its gearing all enclosed and will
warrant it. No work, no sale. They
have Emery Grinders to grind mowor
knives, &e., and Buckeye Repairs, &c.
May 10-2 m.
g McLaneMtn, Stone &
burg, have the largest and beet assortment
of Garden and Flower Seeds in this vicinity:
Send for Catalogue. 5 and 10 cent papers
sent on receipt of money, postpaid. [feo.4m
Iler Improved Buckeye and the Buckeye
and Ohio Harvester combined, Reapers and
Mowers, repairs of the Buckeye, always on
hand, at McLanahan, Stone & Isett's, Holli
daysburg, Pa. fe9 5m
GRAPE VINES FOR SALE—two years
old. Delaware 37i cts., Concord 25,
Isabella 15 ISRAEL GRAFILIS.
Alexandria, April 18.
ter. Pratt & Miller's Hay Rakes. at Me-
Lanatiar, Stone Si Isett's, liollidaysburg.l.sm
$l Gum finger stalls and gum diapers at
Henry & Co's. apl2-3m
~Ground .Alum, American and Dairy
Snit at roduced'prices, at Henry & Co'a. 3m
On the 2d inst., by Rev. James C.
Clarke, Mr. JESSE L. Swats, and Miss
MAGGIE J. MILLER, both of Hunt. no.
Juno Ist; near Airy Dale, Bunting
don county, Mrs. MARTHA J., wife ofJ.
N. Munition, in the 97th Sour of her
Once more has death entered that
household and taken the, ;wife - and
mother. Consumption, that fell de
stroyer, marked her for its victim. She '
leaves a husband and four Motherless
little ones behind. In all the relations
of life—daughter, sister, wife, friend— '
she was a noble example to her sox, ono
that might be followed without going
astray ; naturally of a religious turn of
mind, her every day life was marked
by Christian charity, love and kind
noes, characteristics which made her
the dispenser of peace at home, and a
shining light to the church. But nei
ther beauty of person or mind, neither
filial affection or reverence for the Al ,
mighty could turn aside the ioy hand
of death, neither the skill of the Physi•
clan, the love of husband and rela
tives, or the warm sympathy '!of
friends could stay the insidious attacks
of the destroyer. Though the deceas
ed was in the noontide of life, surroun
ded by every comfort to make exis
tence desirable, she gave up all with
out a murmer—manifesting in death
as well-as in lito the sublime reverence
for the B.eavenly Fathor—"Thy will
not mine be done."
[Altoona Tribune and Hollidiyaburg
papdrs please copy.] '
• ' - PEuxer.braie,Juin, iB7O.
&merino Flour per barrel`.' $4.50@.1.75
Extra Neer per barrel .$firstname.lastname@example.org
Iteklipteettpee bushel - $1.40
Bye per bushel.: • • 05(411.10
Corkpeebuebel - - 1.084107
Cara perbushel .............. —......' ....... ................
. . .
P/7181311Saff, Jail° 11, 1870.
Epring:Whial/otir per barrel 5.566600
IV heist p er bashol,. - $1.1801.18
Corn perbUshel - 8411,82
Oats peebttshel ;;..470018et5.
lty per,/iushel ... ... ~ ....a::+•••••••$°•"@°-9 3
8ur1ey.......• *MO@ $0.84
New YOlte,June 11.—Clold closed at 11,1334.
PHILADELPHIA, gone 11 - , 1870, ,
The felkUritig ' Ai- - e the elosingprices of -.Do
Haven - 4,140.; 40 South T hird Street:„
U. S. G's of 'Bl, - -1181 1181
" " '62 , - - 112 1121
" -." , ,:--; 1111 1111
" " '65; 1111: 1110
" '67, " 1131 114
" '6B, - 1131 114
" s's, 10-40's, - • - 1081 1081
U. S. 30 Year 6 pOr cent. Cy. 114 A .1141
Due Comp. Int. Notes, - 10
Gold - - 1131 1131
Silver, - 108 110
Union Pacific B.Rl.st M. Bonds 870 , 880
Central l'acific B. 11. - 030 040
Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds 780 7OO
IiIINTITtaDON MARKETS. -
CORRECTED WEEKLY 'DY lIENKY a,co
FLoca—Superfine Flour, per barrel, .$4.50
Extra Flour, do 5 00
'Family Flour,. • do • • 5.50
GRAIN—Rod heat, per bushel, --®l.lO
White" Wheat, ' " " do " - 1.15
Rye, "- • do 90
: Corn, new, do . 85
Oats, " • " do 45
Barley, " do 1.00
SEED—Timothy, do 3.50
Flaxseed, do 1.75
Cloverseed, per 64 lbs. 6.00
COAL—Hard coal, par ton, 4.50e5.50
Broad Top coal, do 3.00(5p,3.50
Lumppi, per 4.000 feet, 12.00(0,30.00
Spirmi.Est—i l ap, per 1000 . ft., 1.0.00@,12.00
Joint Shingles, do 6.00®7.00
bliscEt,i,ANEous—Bark, per yard, 9.00
Bran, per owt., - . 1.00
Hops, per pound 40
Wool, do 4 5 ® 50
'Hay, per ton, . 10.00
. Dried Fruit,
Mess Shad, Tient,
Salmon, White Fish,
Crackers, Tea .Cakes . and Cheese, •
• Confectionery of all kinds,
• Queenti-Wate, Glass-Ware;
Sugar curod Hams,
Shoulders, Sides, &c
Titlon ft Tico.
ggi.Call and examine Stock and Prices
i~7M~il~ . ~4Q~l~o
YOU can cav,e'Srorn 1,0:to 30 per et
by buying your Instrumento from
DEL 3. GrIELMIIIINM,
DEALER IN ".
STEINWAY & SONS,
CHICKERINO & SONS,
RAVEN & BACON'S.
THE UNION PIANOFORTE CO'S
GEOIME-M.- GUILD & CO'S.
AND ALL OTHER MAKES OF
• ' • . ' . • PIANOS.
MASON & lIAMLIN'S, and
UEO. WOODS & CO'S celebrated
or any other maim desired. Also, MELODEONS, GUI
TARS, VIOLINS, German Accordeons, Sheet Music, Mu.
sic liooffs, &c.
Now and good Pianos for $2OO and upwards.
New 9 OCtIVto 01 gave for $5O •
Now Melodeons tor ,- >7O • •
Instruments ll'arricalttir faltre years.
Assents supplied at wholesale mice., the same as In the
Call on or addrosp,, •;, • I.E. J. GREENE, ...•
, Huntingdon, ,
ap12,70 2d floor Leistir'a New Building.
±e_=..MCD - 5.7"..-M1)
TO Tim N. E. CORNER • OF DIAMOND.
Boot and Shoe Emporium.
r JOHN U. WESTBROOIC
Ileapoctfully Informs the citizens of Iluntin g don and
vicinity that he hatiuskreceived from the city a rimy and
oplemint Muck of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, shoe Findings, Carp - et Sack
Trunks, &c., &c., &c., &c.
all of which he le prepared Udell at greatly redwced prime
Don't forint the new ote.nd in-the Diamond,' Old ratio
:tiers and the public g enerally are Invited to tall.
. Huntingdon, op. 7, 1849.
fgli GEO. SHAEFFER
" 6 •llaiditst returned Item tho out with alt 1 : 40
. 2 k'LEI4DIIS-.STOCK •.
BOOTS; ' SHOES, GAITERS,
Which he offers to the inepaction of hie' customers and
tho public gonerally. lie will eell hie stock at the moot
and thou who purchase once wilt surely call again.
BOOT SHOES MADE.TOIHIDERI
and REPAIRING done In the neatest and moat expedi
Call upon Mr. Schaeffer 01114 ehop'en 11111 sired; a
few duets weot of the Diamond. ap. 14, 1814 .
N EW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
WM. AFRICA_ • -
41 Worms- iht;•pitlgle Mint ho - has Just
opened at his old stand in the Diamond,
,Huntiagdais, !, • , ; ; .;
A Fine Assortment of, all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
All of %Well how ill tiell%t iiii;P;Res. Quick sales and
small profels. Call and examine my stock.
itlatinhicturistgand Repairing done to order as , uirual.:
Huntingdon, Ap.14;1809: '
pASS.EY : << •-• ;
• Iti. P. CWII4
i ; • r
THAT HE HAS
• I ' * JUST ,OPENEV: '
SPLENDID 'STOCK trf NEW GOODS
CAN'T BE BEAT IN
CIIEAFNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE.
nun t In glif;
'H'O'i', 330T1-1 - SEar-MS-,
This Distitutioh in the bealltiful mountain-girt valley
of liishamnoilins, affords:superior adynrytegas of edam,
0100. That °uglily enicient utid coMpetent lustructois in
French, German, Painting, Drawing, and Manic in.
A Normal clam formed Spring term, which continuing
twelve weeks, opens April -Ith. .Eapenses for the year
WU. For calAlogue address- -
MAItTIA IdOttDr4t, Principal,.
" Mind' Cb,, Pa,'
Jfka. 26, 1670,,641
NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED.
WHOSE MOPE:DINGS HAVE DEEM PROTRACTED
FROM lIIDDEN CAUSES,' AND WHOSE
TO RENDER EXISTENCEDESIRABLg
If you tire onfferhig, or have suffered, &obi InOolun.
tare ffisdbarges, what effect doom it produce upon your
general health f Do you Mel weak, debilitated, easily
tired? Does a little extra exertion produce palpitation
of the heart Does your liver, or urine organs, or your
kidneys, get oilt ,o} order Is your urine sometimes
thick, milky or cocky ,or is it ropy on settling 1 Or
does a thick chum rise to 'the top ? Or is s •edtmeut
et the bottom eller It hoe stood awhile I Du you have
spells of short breathing or dyspepsia? Are your bow
els constipated Do you hava spells of fainting, or
rushei of bloial to the head ? Is your memory impaired?
Is your mind constantly dwelling on this subject? Do
you feel dull, listless, moping, tired of company. of life ?
Do you with to be loft aloha, to get away from every
body 1 Does ahy littlo thing make you start or jump
Is your sleep broken or restless ? the lustre of your
eye as bright ? Do you enjoy yourself in society as well?
Dayton pursue yotii iislnos's' with the same energy ? Do
you feel as much, confidence in yOurself 1 Are your epic.
its gull and flagging, given to fits of melancholy? If so,
do not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia. Have you rest
less nights Tour beck weak, your knees weak, and
have bee littlo appetite, and you attribute this to dys
pepsia or liver complaint
Now, reader, nlfabries, venereal diseases badly eared;
and sexual excesses, are 'silt capable of produoliig a
weakness of the generative errs.. The organs of gen
eration, when In perfect health, inalce the man. Did
you ever think that those hold,deflant, energetic, parse.
Coring, sitheesthil btisiness men ore always those whose
organs are In perfect heal'h f You never hear such men
coMphil n of mblancboly,of neryoueness, of pit'ilta-
tion or the heart. They art florer afraid they cannot
succeed In business; they don't liecome sad and discodr•
nod; titoyeraalways polite and pleasant In compawy;of
ladles ; and look you and tent in the feee- 7 none
of )our ilowne . net looks or any other meanness about
theta. I biliot nicer; those Wto keep the organi lags:
ted by running to excess. Those will not only ruin
their - constitution; but tlloed they 'tie intsiness with or
Howntany Hien, trout badly cured diseases, from . the
effect's oYielf ibuso and excesses, have brought about
that estate of weeltnese ill these organs that has reduced
the general system so much ais to Induce almost every
other diseaso—idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinainffections,
suicide, nud almost every form or disease Liistaniii is
heir to—and the real cause of the trouble scarcely over
cuspected, Radium docturod for all but the right one.
DISEASES OF TIME °ROANS REQUIRE THE USE
T_T 40X-X T_T
Ia tbo Grnat'Dfitratid; and s a cortain care Int (Names
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DROP
SY, ORGANIC WEAKNESS,
MALE COMPLAINTS, GEN-
And all diseases of tlis Urinary Organs, whether existin g
in Main oniemare, fro,m yhaterpi:isfise beiginatipg, and
nesiltittaitorliove long standing.'
IC 110 treatluettt Is submitted to, Consumption or In
sanity may (Mens. 'Our &AC ' sMI 'AMA 'aro 'atiPported
from these sources, and the health and happiness, and
that of roeterlty, &panda upon prompt use of a reliable
IiEGUISCILD'S :1g )(TRACT ditlCilU:'-i4ddlilleliedj tip
ward of 19 years, prepared b
H. T. HELMEIOLD,
594 Stoadwax, Now,York, and
104 South 10th St., Philadelphia, Pa
PRloV—sl',2s par battle, at 0 . bottles- kr $13.50; 1.1411,
ered to shy addressi
Sold by a?lpruggists Vverywheie,
None are genuiiao"unlees dono up in dee)
engraved wrapper, with fae-similie of mp
11, T. HELXI3OI,I).
j SOUTH EAST CORNS'S FOORTIT AND sencr.STS,
11.011ILCOTE, (forinotly of Huntingdon C 0.,) PuoP'ft
Centrally located 11111 i the moat ClillVtqllollt point for
merchants 'felting the city. Accommodations of the
first-class. All the modern improvem . ents: Everyeat
tentiod will he - extended to - ghosts. —jans-Iy.
41) L l 4 (100 A YEAR & EXPEX,SO
To Agents to sell the celebrated WILSON SEWING,
MACHINES The machine In the World. Stitch
alike on Mali alder. ONE b/ACJIINE NYITEICIUT,9ONEY.• Farr
further particulars addrecs 25 N. Dili !Greet, II iilairelplila
Pa. mh o.3rn • '
American Waltham Watches
AT THE COMPANY'S PRICES
And warranted by the company Bent with every watch. •
Price Lint and descriptive Catalogue sent to any ad
drone. Orders tilled by express C. 0; priVilege of
examination before paying the money. Address,
" " ALEXANDER R. HARPER.
098 Chestnut Sprat, _
• t •4^3'
$ Barclay St., N.Y. or 33 1 V.ItItSL.V.Inolinuili t (h i
If they want the rittoit pohnlitr'finit hol,t "
suliqetiption honks and the toots 1.h. , .
Soncl for on outfits. Theywillciist you
nothing, and may ho of great tomcat h? you, .„
f 1.94 y
AGENTS; WANTED FOR
BIBLE; r.t!..*.k.,i ~, -
• IBLE YRIOS• ,
A Masterly Versification of the. ,54lime
Poetry of the Bible.,
I:friVutemet b afiot d . i ngJn b i,rran.nontt l igran'l
highly esteemed both for Ito great intrinsic merit and
mechanical finish. A beautiful Prospectus, from a now
and original design. showing th o different styles of bl nd
ing, etc., sent absolutely FRFAIG to all accepted
no Agents,and a simple copy, whoa desired, and at 20 per
cent less than the wholesale price.. .Exclusive'Territory, r
and the most liberal terms. For full particulars, terms,
etc., address. - U.F. VENT, Publisher.
May 3,rtfe. 3 Barclay : Street, New York.
TEGTE - M?:
(HAIIIIRE FRONT.) . t" I
Chestnut Street, West of A/7mM,
MIR new end elegant Hotel is now open t.
.oreeeptlon avows. It Is of tbentost Modern
flonstructlon, and furnisbed is a style unsur..
1. Med by any ot the Ana holds Eapiye,o
JOHN' GONNA Arler.
080. PREinlAN,',Sup't •
33 Cl• INT I> Si,
Bptight, Sold and Biol!angnd"
ON itIOST iLIIBERiAL
Bought and Sold at "Market
COUPONS CA§.lpl) .
PACIFIC RAILROAD , BONDS . r
•Bou . g ht: and Sold
S 0 OJIC , S ,
Bought nod Sokron Corninissiou
Accounts received and interest allovved .
on daily balanCes subject to check, at sight:
40 SOUTII 3n STREETv :
mbpAy • •
RE Great American Malt Restorer, purifies
the blood and nitres Scrofula. 82,0111a, Skiff
Diseases. Rheumatism, Diseases of Women and all •
Chronic Affections of thb•Blood; Lis* and' ICI& •
neye, Recommended by the Medical Faculty and
thousand df our beat •• • $ $
-Read the testimony of PhysiCians and patients
who halo ueaddtosadalls send for our 'Reseda' le '-
Guide to Health or Almanac for this year, which,
'we publish for 'gratnitone 'distribittion It. will •
give you truth valuable information., ,
DA R. W. Carr, of Beltiniore kayo: - ' '
I take pleasure in recsmmonding year Mosadaly ,
to as a very powerful alterative.' I hitYci hen It •
used in two cases with happy results—ono In pass,.
of seeondary syphilis, in which the patient pre'.
nounced himself cured after, having taken Ave
bottles of your medleineV The'other is a case of
scrofula of long standing, which is rapidly, im.
praying tinder •Its use, and the indications are'
that the,patient will won recover. I have; care-.
fully examined the fotaltila by which your 'Rosi. —
delis is made, and find it an ettcellent,ecixtpbuptl.,
of all alterative Ingredients.
Dr. Sparks, of Nioholasville. 1 y., says. lie bail ,
used Rosadalls in Eases ofscrofula and secondary
Syphilis with satisfactory. resqlts-4as,a cleaner of ,
the blood I know no better remedy.
Samuel G. McFadden, Alurfreibeeo!•Tenneslieei
says: • .
I have used seven bottle's of :Itosadalli, and !Mr
entirely cured of Rheumatism ; send me four bob.
ties, as I wish it for my brother; vibe •bu smofu• •
loos sore eyes.
Benjamin Becbtol, of Limo, ,01111),,IITUCEI; I bire
suffered for twenty years with an inveterate esp.
time over my body; a chore time since I.puc.
chased a bottle of llosadalls and it effected a per.
Jimadalis IS Aold by John Read and S. S. Smith,
Huntingdon, TS., Alla Drttgglstd generally:
Labratory, 61 Ettebange,Place, Baltimore.
n ' • t CLEMENTS & COY , ' ;1
. Feb. 23.1 yr. lor 3p. - Proprietors. •
FIRST IVIORTGia, BCeDS:
o~ x~c tss Jk jO
JOSEPH AND_ DENVER CITY:
In denominations of $llOOO and saoo, coupencw render—,
ea, with interest at eight per, cent per annum, payable
15th February and Angest, , in,O s old:fceo, tf _United Stehle:
taxes, in New Yolk or Europe. 'Oho bonds hayti thirty
years toxan, payablo.ln Now York lb .Gold:' Trustobsi.".
Fanners' Loan and Trust Company of, New York.,The
mortgage whiclreecures thhirbends lint the rate 0.5111,-'....
NO per mile; covers m complete road for'dery bond is- ,
sued, and is a lirstandl Only mot tgdge.r This lino,l con ,
orating St. Joseph with Fort Kearney, will make a short
and through route to California: ..•: 2 . 1 i
The Company have a Capital Stock of • f $10,000,000
-And a grant of Mod from Congress,' . '- •• "' -
(4'1,510,000. Ames, valued, ,
lowest estimate, at ' ' ' 5 4',008,600
lEiret Mortgage ionds, •
—Tht lll, •. . 91 5 , 5 9 0 ,000 - r
Total length of the rontl f 271 miles; ' distrlnce included,
in this mortgage; Mantles 10ricit 97 lshilccrued.interest 141.
In curretiCy. Can be obtained Irma the ,undersigned.--,
nalnyhlota, maps Eine inforAtatlen
These bonds being so well secured, and yielding a large.
Ince me, are deStruble to o.oles - B...king )Ale andl l lucra4W
live investments. We recommend them irit,ll entire con.
W.: P. CONVERSE& CO,•
NO. 54 PINEI 'STR REIT; NEW YORK"
NO. 49 WALL' STRE E T,'
OIL CLOT &WINDOW SHADES
TAPE, 'CURD AND sTAS'SALS
AT LEWIS' .1100 K STORY, •