The globe. (Huntingdon, Pa.) 1856-1877, August 02, 1870, Image 3

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HUNTINGDON; PA
Tuesday morning, Aug. 2, 1870,
LO CAE, & PERSONAL
„ 2zer.oLi g a.
ZOO, - -meet's 'sei - ond
alouday rleningoi emit month. in Ilrimn's
Landing :done 11,10. A. e 1 ... No. 2111, insets the
:ref. Tutedity . ei ruing of cosh month, buildiug.
Jnninta.Lsnl9e, No. 117, 1 0. 0. P., mcels'niciy_Friday
eveatuy,,Eltird.lloor, in LeiStres building.
Noun!, Ccisgp 0. O. F., met,ts every' second
ti, 'Pored„} tom 'Pored„} e, Lnister's building; third floor.
Standing Scone Loityre, SL, .1. O. C. T., 1111,Cvtb or try.
Tun:Alit). no ruing in. tlda floor of Itrad's
.4rrapalloc .A-0.65, 1. 0. of R. 21., worts o'crY
VIAII01.)4S UN Vlllll,, third 1100r, , Leigitleb
Finaftl.tibqel. Christian Association nttets the first add
third 3tondily eveniugs cuth month, m eloitifs
Post ;t;.;, A. It ,ineetb '1 lind Monday ut raLli mouth
iu Court .
. .. • '. •
„guru COUnili InLeta the Ent Frittny evening of ettch
month. . . . .. ,
• •
IlmJin,7 tin .r.mig,r,N, 140, K. or P., utetta erg) . Stit,
.ard.lyyNennig;in
lfunlingfou loitph itomor, so 71, nicety the fourth
Mond ly of each month in Hood Templar.' Hall. "
Tie Mbsterian thth me te every Thursday evening, In
thEi Y. )1.0. A. room. ••" •
littnlzrigtlan Council, 0. U. meets tirist andthird
Tuebdu.). °pack month in,tinculz.Ecluplurs 11311.-
-- • . 111
Baptist Church-IVasbnigton Street. Rev. J. W. Plan
nett. t.i.tricoonu sultbutl, u. m., T. , p. m.
Catholic—Wasbiti,;ta Street: Hev.lt. J. Ay lwatil. r
ill tee bundays in every mouth.
Evangelical Lutheran-:-Mll3ltn Street. Her. .1. 3. Kerr.
:eerier, on Sabbath: 10%a. ut.,7 p. tn.
German Reformed — Church . Street... He,. D.-S.teekle.
Service on Sabbath: T. p. m. -
t lethodist Episcopal—Uwell Street. Rev. M. K. Foster
Sur% iet s on Sabbath : 104 a. tn., T p. in.
Protestant. Episcopal-1M street. Rev. A. H. Boyle,
• &races on Sabbath: 10%a. m., 634 p ra.
Vieth) terhut-11:11 Stteot. Itov. 11: t 9. Zahulser.. Sar
ricao on Sabluttt 11 a. m 0 Top. au.
)u the Wing
Sti - pc3r=our buys
Janfity,rzirts., „ „
dud: . l '
Tyii.rie - Biadt-is Wire to= en . arm , .
emtlepoz, in a mild form; has appeared in.
Johnstown..
. black dog belonging to Cr. Aishmaia 3111-
ter tvas,paisoned on Friday night last.
Detectives" in Altoono have. apprehended
and arfesteillnOre fire-thirsty villain's.
The last share of the •Philipsburg Build
ing and Loan Association 'has been taken.
Van Amburg's splendiddAmerican panther
panted its last in Ladittria County, recently.
A:lodge-of:Cad Fellows has beeninstituted
at Cleyshurg, Blair county. Ws- No. - 713.
The general. opluiod is that census-taking
is not the fattest tako in the government pa
tronage.
Three horses belonging to Charles Stucky;
of Bedford county, wem killed by,liglktning
recently, • -•— •
The tinal loss by the recent fire at Osceola
foots up $241,600, On Which there was an in.
surance of SSSO7S.
A Phlhialidifit — blise nose
spread' over his face by one -- 'Ol those base
things called balls.
Trough boasts - of eating ripe• iomatoes
from his own tines. What - kind Ole fruit
or vegetable is that? ' .
Ilurtes the morning With water
in ;which Cwo 'cinions bars Leon. sliced, will
keep 4,a . the flies, it is said.
The people 'of Blair-county getting
their hands and biains 'ebelted by the multi
tudinous clan of 6ffici.seokerti.-
-._ I •
The amount of money 'received by the
state, within the Kist pear, fur land patents,
Was over s'j,ooo,ooo.
A census marshal in Forest county discov
ered a woman 107.3 - ears old, who Was en-
Oged in chopping wood. • .
Ceoi:ge C. - Franeiscos, Cenefal Agent bf
the P.ennsylvanirt Railroad - Company, died
f.uthien‘ly at Cresson on the
Jlueltleberries are. Alen,): near Philipsburg.
bistecn_waigo - nloaits of t .idUkirsilecupied one
patch dn . & rf Wiped. I a*Ten with' berries.
A Sind mini named joilm - „§pitigler, of
..ToliStowri4Okuramp _from °'dr}nking
iee_water,ahirdied in, coitsquence: •.
The,Peopie of 11011idayshurg imniined n
mad dog after them, and shot it, it vas dis•
covered 'oftersv:iirds:to , bave been poisoned.
Sit-D6llinr-pinf, 1. pen wiper Jin(l - 4 quart
of dria4.opples . .vas the ei tont" of 'a:donation
to a Vamisylvoniaininisier, the7O(lipi gay.
Eiery Republietin voter intlia: county
tlioi2l4 haie WVe'retvilling, at $2
or annum, or,ah.cirter terms in proportion.
One of-the:itlndian i ' shownied Aitis thrown
off hiaboyseini:the male atrepton Wednes
day lea:is : A - al tlielfilsyligui aro fells° low
Two hundred .feathii-fieds. were cleaned
for ate Hollidaysburg suppoite
those good people are ready fora fresh sup
ply 0f- 7 -visitors. •
The- weather on Saturday morning. 'act
nuggeated the compilation of Iteavier_babili
ments—in Other words, the putting on of
asinter clothing.
An "Indian" show held forth in this place
on Wodtiesday last, They didn't attract
;Much cfa crowd, because they didn't adver
tise..,
FEtincee Reynolds, .a. colored girl, who for
:merry resided in this place, was shot by a
Mrs... Brown, in Williamsport, Virginia.—
Jealousy prompted the deed.
A white cow has been frightening the peo
ple in the vicinity of Hirrisburg, ivho,thought
it was a ghoit. Perhaps they drink gin and
therefore t heir superstition.
Stockings are going out of fashion for la
street year in Paris, and hare feet and
Annals are to be generally introduced. Who
will be the first to introduce the style here ?
The slang expression "hanky dory" .is.
P-'-'Ote,h4.araf is a synonyms of tim Latin "non'
xoni,roi"' Ile is "unco doUr in tiro uptalc"
';3 dtd r , 311 etprossiot., and means
r;I:Ise Freedom Iron and Steel Company's
,
property, located in Huntingdon and Muffin
,counties, is advertised in tho . daily papers to
be sold r.t the Philadelphia Exobang,e on
',ftinrainy; fi.zpt,ember 27th, next.
Ecune joalocs editors are poking fun at Ho
'race Greeley for writing what he • knows
„e.hout farming. We'll bet none of thase feI
+JONI'S ever handled a spade, While H. G. has
always "hoed his own row," like a man.
It is now reported that Spruce Creek will
not be the terminus of the Louisburg
read, but will be Vyrone. We hope it isn't
true. Moro energy is wanted in that as
well as other parts dour counti.. •
'i'he State Teachers' Convention will con
vene at Lancaster on the Bth August. Tea
chers dciiring to 'attend the convention, in
order to secure excursion tickets, must ad
dress (stamp enclosed) C. If. Harding:, Tiok
et Agent, 1223 Oxford Street, Philadelphia,
who will' forwbra them an order for the same.
Application should state the name of the per
son using each order end the railroad eta-
One between which the ticket is to Lo issued,
TAA ON RECEIPTS, number,
otir', - eotenrporatqe!&_wo finrihay'e pub..
lished as a fact thatitarnps en receipts
are no longer requited, that tax
.hav
ing been repealed the new
For the 13 4 e'nefit Of our readdrs we OW•
lish . thes6etioh or1:11e new bill. Iy nil
be Seen- the repeal does , : notrritake
efiect until October: -.; s -
Section 4. And _be,. it farther enneted,
That on and after the first day of t October,
eighteen hundred and seventy, the stamp tax,
imposed in - :,scliedtil;eAttri
for-a-lesi s sum than one hundred dollars, and•
on reoeipts for any sum of money, or for the
payment of any debt, and the stamp tax im•
posed in schedule Con canned and preserved
fish, be, and the same-are - hereby, repealed.
And no stamp shall be *required upon the
transfer Or assignment t:f a Mot tgiige where
-it or the instrument it secures has been once
duly stamped. And the proprietor nii-lropri
eiors.ofurticies7namfid•-,Tin - Saidirb:elifidtilst: p,
'n ho shall furnish his-or their own die or de
sign for stamps to be tined especially for his
or their own proprietary articles, shall be al
lowed. the following commissions namely :
On amounts purchased at ono ' tinie of not
less than fifty dollars nor more titan five hun
dred dollars, five per cent ; and on atneptitS of
five lutudred dollars, ten per cent on the whole
rimoimt purchased; Provided; that luei'fer or
friction matches, and cigar lights, and .wax,
tapers, may--he removed, from -the plactref
man afatetuiv - for exlairt to `a foreign country
without Payment of tax, er' affixing stamps
thereto; under such rules'and fegtilatiene •ais
Commissioner of Internal Revenue may, pre•
scribe; and all .provisions of existing laws
inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed, -
MEI
• THUNDER SrintMS.-A:tv undsaal num
ber of accidents hare occurred the
present - suininer, in different prkrts. of,
the country, frtirn Ilfghtning. - t TII9
fest, situation 'l.ltiritrg 016(3er-storm
is the basement;; for when a person is
belbw the . suifacO of the earth, the
lightning mast'strike
reach him, apd,will in all probability
be expended in it, Dr. Franklin ad.
vise(' per,sor!s aptirehekisiv9,offightning
to sititi tittiiniddle - of:a :rdoirfirnot nn=
der a metal,,lustre, or, anyconductor,
and to, lay theirfeet upon another
chair. ft will still be safer, he shid, to
lay two or three beds or mattresses in
the middle, of the. room, and . folding
them double, to plado. choirs upoti
them. Persons in the field should pre
fer oPeii'parts to the, vicinity bf trees,
&c. The distance of a thunderstorm,
andeolgeggently the, , datrge:r, is easily
estimated. As light travels at the rate
of 192,000 milekinXsea7Ond, its effects
may_,be considered as %instantaneous
within amy.mgderate_distautto. Sound,
on the contrary, a trausraitted only at
the rate..of 1,142 fect r or about 380 yds.,
its ageCond. :133itaccurately ObScrVinik
therefore the time that intervenes be
tween the flash and the noise of the
thunder which follOws'ir, a vVry - neal*
may,-,ho•-madu:of its dis
tance, and there - 1A no liale - r'metins of
removing apiirchebsions.
G.L. NITY —On Monday morning
last a,direful calamity occurred in this
place. It A. Terrier, a middle-aged
citizen ofthis place, - wati crusting a
street WhOn a horse came: 'upon him
and kickod him in thu head, killing
him :alit - MM. ; instantly: - 'ThO Wog('
spurflet.l ft:tn nose and,threitti, -- 41241
made a pool that was frightful - to look
upon. The,WOrst of it - was he was al
lowed to remain on
,the public.thor
oughfitre, all day, where the scorching
rays of the sun soon commenced . to
decompose his
.body. We could not
believe there was so much inhumanity
in the people of Huntingdon had not
our owo ; eyes Fi g a 1,1 t atoll the fact.—
NobodYlt ne fit, 'apparently, - find be
will be left unwept, unmounted and
graceless.
OFFICERS.—The following officers of
tue Young Men's Chiistian Association
of this place have been elected for the
ensuing six montlis fkm August Ist:
Preside n t—M ifefi tmy er.
Vice Presi.ient-:—S. S. Commun.
Cor. Seeretary 7 -,lfar*ry Glazier.
'Rec. Socretary:-: : Iplin C. Miller;
Treasurer—James A. Brown. '
Librarian—.T. - Blair.
Aisisrant LitirariOis—L.W. K. Crites,
D. A. Thonapsbn.
Signed, .4. - ItiWii4TLINo, Pres.
C. C, READ, Secre:Viry.:
Notice to Stpekholdei:d of the Hunt
ingdon Building ind Loan Association.
—AI. a meekiii,g of the Board of Direc
tors held on - lb - 1:326th day, of July last,
the Secretary was directed to - give no
tice in.-the newspapers published-in
Huntingdon, that hereafter no tines,
interest or premiums will be received
after 5 o'clock, P. m of the - third Tues
day of each month, and that fines will
be inipO4d dceording;to Article
the By Laws of the Ameociatioli.-
P. DI. LYTLE, Secretary.
in. Everybody likes. what they
know to he good, and especially when
it is ithide:itt home; tio ttnise Who liave
triqd , tuttn Reilly's Bread . :end - Cakes
are loud in their praises of those arti
cles.. AV° invite our people to prove
,trying tbenu-,' but if
our:iastes,don't-differ too_much„they
will lie as - nitteh pleased his bak
ing as we have been.
AC6IDENT.L-Mr.. Henry 'Shafer,
resideut.of Mount Union, this county,
was killed on the railroad at that place
on ',Thursday. last. , Ho was crossing
the tritek, and while trying to avoid .
one train, he was struck by the Emi
grant train, arid injured so badly•that
died in a Short
.11tittsh ;IrobEN.—A horse- belonging
to Mr. .1. Murray Simpon, was stolen
frohl,hi r s stable in this plhee on Monday
night a week ago. The horso was
found running hose a few days after
wards hear ;Newton 11.amilton, and
wae,returned to Mr. Simpson.
. The latest' shocking demonstra
tion that appearod,on our streets was
a miss of_ about seven summers who
sported "the Grebian bend.- • We didn't
ask her num; but—"as the twig"-0,
it's none of our business......
zr-Z- The illbopu Office is prepared to
execute all kinds of Job Printing'for
tho Merchant, Manufacturer, Coal Op
orator, and other business men, at less
rates than the same can be had in the
city. Giro us.a call.
134ir Huntingdon Academy viii open
vrain on Monday, 4ugut3t 290, OM
rianngem . eiii Sea urea cuooesi.
Sifeeedfl, ifiAll - brarichnsrof ; busincesi,
to a' &eat ente.a,';debeiidh off the prrid:
ticul- Ichtrailetliet 7 of -"those 'Who have
charge of the managentepti,.and details
of the lailsbces. Any, , business direct
ed and-m'abitged Amikilliul then,' f.is
!tv game) of chance, with mot:o n -probab,il
ity of lasing thanWißping. The fa'
bbring man, the farmer, the mechanic,
the minikitCat,' :Cho lawyer;:the. physi
cian,. thik,banker,, the merchant, the.,
matfufaoturei, thepoliticfanand ant*
mani.'..mitAt :Understand , : the: : , huSinelis.
ungaged in, or incur tlie::probitbility of
-fui!tfre and disiippointinent:,
Ning
'tenths of the failures 6i:atiches of
business, result from:a
,Waut•pf :skill,
and in ninety-nine cases out of cry
hundred where success is attained, it
can be directly or indirectly attribu
ted to skillful care, and intelligent
management. This being t.be case
men should stud,}' and 'undergtand' the
business they follow, unless they aro
anxious for failure or d sappointtnent.
They shoukijollow.:tbo
are:best in;
and not waste'timo,chariging from ono
to — another,''or, followiag that which
they. do not understand. It is bettor
to be a successful mechanic or laborer,
than to be an unsuccessful. prince 'or
statesman. •
A Vei eful. Pablo
To aidlarznersin arriving- at 'accu
racy in aseeetalning th - o'a'inotint bf land
in their different 'fielda%under cultiva•
tion, the following•tabio is given by en
agricultural cotemtiorary':
5 .yards wide by 368, yards ' , Acing
contains one acre.,„
10 yards ,wido by 484. yards long
contains-ono acre.- - ; •
' 20 yhide wide by 242 yaids long con
tains-ono noro.•, • •- "•-• ;
. .
40 yards yvidp,by 121 . ,yards . long
contains ono 'der's'.
100 yards wide by 30i yards long
contains onaacre::': : ,
220,,feet wide by, 163 feet, long
ecititaine - Orie -: • ':•
110 feet wid by 800 feet long
contains one
60 feet wide by 726 feet long eon-
Lulus one.acro. -
Ths, There is id the 'employ of the
Pennsylvania Radroad Gpmpany, near
thiti place;a night, watchman named
Samuel 5. Hill, who has held the' Hsi.
Lion for seventeen consccutiVe,'„Years.
In this time he Ink's walked '63,8 . 75
miles, or the distance of about two and
a half times round the 'earth, and yet
not been fiv9,, miles
t from borne. Lie
has not tasted a drop of intoxicating
liquor in that time,- never beet heard to
swear, has not lost dnight from sick
ness tn all.that time, and-his .eyesight
is as good as e:yer:—=t7tihastoivii."
TLISCARbitA. KOADEMY,
PA.—More.tlan three thousand young
men have' gone forth fro M this
en frained in all thb bran - rhos
- aa to enable many of thiMl-to
iedeet boom' upon themselves, a i d the
Institution . -rat .which th'6--)reeeived
their education:'
The large experience and ourn6st
ness of the Principals in the cause of
education, will contribute much to the
successful training of youth entrusted
to their care.
Terms-S2A. Send for a cireulai
Camp ➢levting
Thu Methodist Episcopal church will
commence a cahip meeting August 12,
on the Taylor grounds four miles from
Casuville.
Ministers and Members from adjoin•
ing charges are, must cordially invited
to tent with us iu our Feast of Taber
naClVS. .
Dkilf(Eß, Pastor
Retn.ll Market, Prices
.
Butter 2C,•25, as to quality ;-' eggs
20; lard 20; old potatoes 40, 50, as to
quality ; new, $75051,00 ; dried apples
10 els•porAb - ; - dried poaches 15(025
ets, per- lb ;beaus 10@18c quart; sugar
cured hams 30 els ; shoulders 20@22
side 1801)29 ets per lb; _dried beef SO
@32 an; flour 5G,50(07,00; per barrel.
Green apples 75, I,OU, 1,25, as to quali
ty.
SA LT EN rilt: I U .—lle alers, look to your in
terest and buy your salt from Henry & Co.
Their facilities fur furnishing salt'are great
erqhttri any other house in central' Pennayl
vania, and having a line of boats running to
and from Philadelphia and Baltimore, they
ore prepared to furnish all kinds by the sack;
car or boat load, at prices which defy coin
petition. Ap 10-3 m.
Ladies Dresses and Boys Clothing
Mrs. B. Annie McCabe-respectfully in
forms the public that she has removed to the
house formerly occupied by 11. McManigill,
on Washington street, 'nnd is prepared to
make Ladies' Dresses and Boys' Clothing, of
all kinds.- She respectfully invites a full
share of patronage. ap7
Every business man should use printed bill
heads, letter heads, and :envelopes. They
have to.use the paper and envelopes, any
way, and wo furnish the material at whole
sale prices, and print them at less than the
material would cost at retail price• Call.
J. S. Cornratin, of the iltiiniter, has with
drawn as a candidate for Assembly. Editor
'.lleCrum, of the Altoona Tribune, has also
withdrawn as a candidate for State Senator.
We suppose both gentlemen know by this
time how near they are to•the hearts of the,
"dear people.''
The stocl.holders of the Pennsylvania Ca
nal Company are to meet in Philadelphia to
morrow, the 3d, for the purposo of acting up
on the resolution of the Board of Directors,
proposing the abandonment of the Pennsyl
vania Canal West of thintingdqn. •
- I.:armors - needing a-,Graiikdrill,
*ill do well to calf'Ou - Wharton & Ma
guire and examine the Willoughby
gain-spring grain drill, either with or
without phosphate attachment, before
purchasing, • ', : tf'
Z—Keystene Cider i \tills for sale
by A. R. Stewart Co., seed for cii•-
eular. • (July 26 310.
Paring. Weaving.
Mrs. Matilda Pheasant is prepared to
weave rug carpets, and solicits patronage
from a generous public. Residence Wash
ington 'Street, West Ifuntin.. 00' . tf
Acu- - 110'c'. Mr. Mcßride; of Ireland,
preached two intereatinm sermons in
the Presbyterian church of this place,
pu,Sunday last. ,
Cider Mills, .ruin S v eparutors, Clove•
hullers and Steatniers, Cultivators, Washing
Machines, etc., etc„ .4t McLanahan, Stone
hetes, llelliclktisbnig, Pa. felt-8m
Subscribe for TgE Urbo u
Can's bo
Red Front Grocery receives new
supplies almost every day, sells the
most and freshest, and esti% be under
sold. New Mess Shad, Dry Salt Rae
and Pickled Herring, the best and
medium Mackerel, White Fish, Trout,
.Salmon, &c., cheaper than the cheapest,
and warranted
tie— A large stock of the best Stone
ware, of all kinds, now on hand at the
Red Front Grocery, and for sale ehoap
or than anywhere else in the county.
The contract for repairing the
Public &hoots of tbie place has been
awarded tii:.,Pjace
.8t.. , ".51,fir,r4y. The
amount of their 'bid vas $ lO5O.
ger. Best Gum Roller l and Gum Spring
Grain Drills, at MeLanahan, Stone & 'sett's,
llollidayhburg, Pa. fe9 Sin
--:li i f-C MARRIED;
On the 21st day of July, by Rev. L.
D. Steckel, Nl.r. Slotftar, IdinmcsnAnona
to Miss MARA' ANN KURTZ, both of Mc-
Connellstown, this county.
On Saturday, January Ist, 1570, by
Ilev. J. B. Withro'W, No. 126, North
Thirteenth. :street; Thiladelphia ; .Mr.
JMIN S. LAWRENCE, of Philada., to Mrs
Anom M. SNARE, of linutingdon,., Pa.
The happy couple have our thanks,
and the best wishes of- the Globe fra
ternity that they may enjoy the life
matrimonial for many years, sweeten
ed by, the best uses of prosperity, and
repo - se . at last with the hope of entering
the 'eternal abode, where Levi) reigns
supremo:
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
. , .
The name of GEO. W. OWENS is respectfully ,
presented
a candidate foe the Legi3latuee. Suldact to • the decisiou
of tho Republican Cuuuty Convantion.
' July 12, 1870 , 1 - ' , , , • .• t .111101/1 , 1011A5t. ••
MARKETS.
1:1=1
P/lILADI L P I 1 I 11, 4m g , 1. 3.670.
Super flue Flour per barrel . $5..50®517.
1:k Ira Flour per barrel ' " ' $5.81'&125
Rye Flour per barrel c..50.1•1(4nR.25
lied Wheat per bushel $1.5001.65
Rye per bu5he1........ - 1.10@1.14
Cora' tipl,l3
Oats per bushel ' ' ' ' - Oggiti , lets.
, .- • PITTEIBUSGII, Aug, 1, 1870: •
Whlta When , 7.Bo@ft.llo
Wheat per bUshel ,white $1.x5@1.18
Corn per bushel 95(41.00.
Oats per bushel 53@5lers,
'
Rya per' bushel ' $0,00@0,05 -
Barley Noth lug doing
FINANCIAL.
. New Yorte, Aug, I.—(fold clam) at 11,21.
PIIILADE1,1•11 ' 1A. July 30, 1870.
The following are the closing prices of De
Haven& Bro., 40 South Third Street:
U. S. 6's 'of 'Bl, • - - 1131 1131
" " '62," - - 1101 .1101 -
" • " '64, • - .109/ ~1 094
" " '65, ' .110 1101
'65, now,. - 109 1094
" '67, " - 109 109}
" " - '68;" - - 1091- 1091
"' 5'5,•10-40's, ' - 1061 1071
U. So 30 rear 6 per cent. Cy. 111 1114
Due, Comp. .Notes, - 19 •
'Gold - - - 1201 1201
Silver, - - - - 112 115
Union Fag* R:R lst 214 Bonds 815 825
Central Pacific R. R. - 855 870
Union Paeffie Land Grant Bonds 740 770
HIINTINGDOE MARKETS.
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY HENRY etc CO
IM=!
Fi.oua—Superlinc Flour, per barrel, $5.00
Extra flour, du 6 50
Family Flour, do 7.00
GRAIN—Rod Wheat, per bushel. , , 1.40
W hito Wheat, du_, - : 1.45
EY e, do 00
Corn, ' do 'Bs
.Opts,- -• do • 45
- Barley, do , 1.00
SEED—Timothy, du ~ . . 5.50
Flaxseed, • du 1.75
Cloierseed,.per 64 lbs. '' ' ' 6.00
COAL— Hard coal, por ton, 4.5060 50
Broad Tup coal, do 3.00(t.43.50
Lc WIER, per 1000 feet ; . 12.00000.00
Suttsci,Es—ltnp, per 1000 ft., 10.000;1.2.00
Joint Shingles, do 5.00 - 02,7.00
MISCELLANEOUS —Bai k, per cord,
l air ,
,p rt s , ,p per e w
r en .
~ ,
.40 0.00
1.00
.
.
Wool, do 40@45
Hay, per ton, 10.00
Hides, ._ . .„:
REAL ESTATE LOAN AGENO.
MILES LEWIS & CO.
Farms, Town Lots, Houses, and all kinds of REAL
'ESTATE, bought or sold. Bolide, Mortgages and Deeds
accurately prepered. Money lone negotiated on Real
East° security. For nn inf.rmation in regard to con
ditions, Weal tieng, Ac., ailply, in f,ersOn, or b); letter, to
SIMPSON -& ARMITAGE,
HUNTINGDON, Pa.,
Office, opposite the Court House.
July 123in•Sm. ,
New Cheap Store.
Crownover & Decker,
Have, ust opened at their now store, west
end of Hill Street, next door to the Nationnl
Hotel, near Fisher's Mill, in Huntingdon, a
large and selected stock of
DRESS-GOODS, GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SEOES,
Q UTEENS : IVAR4'
ifISH and' " • • •-
FL 0 UR and CHOP,
And everything else generally kept in a
first class store.
Everything new and selling cheap, fur
CASH `OR PRODUCE. •
S. 21-6 to. CROWNOVIM DECKER
FOR GRC)CERIRS,
CONPEOTIOXERIF,S,
PIIOVISIONS„Ul.,
O TO RED FRONT GROCERY
I)USINESS MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
j It 3.01 r.41.t 3 our raid neatly inint.tl uu envel
Opes, Can At
LBW IS BOOK AND ATIONLRY STOKE
ANT M. LEWIS, Dealer in Books, Bta
nt. y and 310,0:! 1.04.1000ntN, corner of the
/2E9
1810,,S„aiIPP,s.socA871
A T:" - P; . ,:(T:C..aDP R TI9SIF,:§;
JAMES- A.-.'BRO}V;N,
Is constantly - rO . c.ci6ni at his new,
CARPET 8-TORE,
IN •`:
Lit mallet Patten:la of Carpets; freskftima , tha rooms of
the manufactureres, stock comprises,"? -
BRUSSELS, • -
COTTAGER : ifEl4O
LIST and RAG CARPETS/
i.' , CARPET CHAIN, V*
COCOA s and CANTON AIATTINGS,
FLOOR, STAIR and -- TABLE,
®_'X' . 4:10 PC' MO M,
,
Arl RESII STOCK bir;
W A LL: P A P - Ell
• WINDOW-SITADES and Fixtures,
Brunetti: Telvet
ftipliDook Mate, Extra Carpet ftlif ead and Binding.
girl - wake aapecialty a furnishing CIIURCIIE. end
LODGER. an City Prices, and invite' Put nb,hing Conßf.:rat
ters to - call and see goods roads expressly for 'their par.
Any'Srs-iiili rate picyar'y and hebOiier 4uifed by 'going
to the reguldr Carpet and Oil Cloth.Sfore for any-of th o
above geods. - f-rdefreelnpotitioli In prices- and •tanoty
of beautiful patterns: - - -
l eAlt PhTS,2S cents pl. xAttn and UPWARDS.
- 1 bare also the Agency for the Original
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
•
so moll known or tho best Family Machine In tho world
Chtf of Chi CARPET ETVICEcund ace Chop.
J :01E8 A. BROWN.
Huntingdon, 31oh 10,10-Ctn. '
West Huntingdon Foundry.
PSON
I=l
PLOWS, THRESHING MACHINES,
FARM DELLS, SLED AND SLLDRI. SOLES;
WAGON BOXES, IRON ItETT'LES,
For Furnaces, Forge, Grist and Saw Mills, Tanneries
and lirickyru de,
AND JOB WORK IN
,GENERAL.
ARCHITECTURAL . ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT.
Iron Porticos and Verandahs,
Balconies, Columns and Drop Ornament .for wooden
poi tiros and verandahs,
Window Lintels and Sills,
Cast Ornaments for wooden lintels,
Cellar Window Guards all sizes,
Chimney Tops nod Flues,
bash Weights, Carpet Sit ips
'Registers, Reuters, Coal Orates,
Yonlt Castings for coal and wood cellars,
Arbors, Tree-boxes, Larop.polts, Hitching-posts, .
Iron Railing for porticos, verandahs, balconies, flower.
beds,
•
Yard and Cemetery ,Fences, etc.
Particolor attention raid to fencing Cemetery Lots.
Address JAMES SIMPSON, ,„ •
5t.e.10,63 Huntingdon, Pa.
• .
HUNTINGDON FOUNDRY.
EASTON RCA K E. SI. MARION McNEIL.
BLAKE & MetTEIL,
, isue.o. to J; M. CUNNINGHAM & SON,)
Iron and Brass Founders,
UUNTING PON,YA.
" 12i
IRON and BRASS CASTINGS st first class
Foundry. Wo have aluays on hand all
Lindaof Plow and 'Stove Castings, Wash
kettles, Collarmindons, Orates, Coal halo
4, ,,;;;;; Coatings for pavements, Window %eights
ej all aloes owl ueightri. Pipojoints, bled
Solos, Wagon boxes, Machin° Castings, for
steam and acute,, grist. Haw. MIMS° an t plaster stills of
all descriptions. •
HEATERS AND IRON PENCES,
of the most improved style, ores doors anti frames, door
sin, and in foot over) thing made in this line.
11 u IMN 0 a larger stock of pastel ns, and can furnish cas
tings at short notice, and cheaper (hall they can So ,had
in the country. hoeing it good drill, we aro prepared to
do Milling and fitting up of all hinds.
Olilco iu Liestme New Building, Hill street, Hunting
don, Pa,
Mch.li, 1069. _ BLAKE A McNicw.
T HE IItINtINGDON .
Manufacturing Company,
Is now prepared to fdl orders for
EATIIERBOAIMING,
FLOORING,
DOORS,
AND SASH,
And in short to do all kinds of Carpenter
work--
To furnish HUBS, SPOKES and FELLIES„
in quantities, and receive orders for
3E I T-11FLINIX.TICTI1M.
All
ordeis shondd he addressed to
D. Mi:ARTLEY, President,
Huntingdon, Pa.
June 16,:18694.. - „
Tganatfigma v
J. M.. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
P l l3 I\T X ! rTIP.Mt,
Reepectfully invitee the attention of the Public to hie
stand on 11111 at, Huntingdon, in the rear of George W
Sinitic , Watch and Jewelry store, where he manufactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to give Lim a call.
Repairing of all kinds attended to promptly and charges
reasonable.
r* - - Moo, Undertaking carried on, and Coffins made In
any style desired, at short notico.
The subscriber hasp
NE 1 V ,1 ND ELEGANT REARIE,
and is proposed to attend Funerals at any place In trisou
or country. J. M. WISE.
Huntingdon, May 9, 1860-1.:1
jro lIN C. MILLER,. :
(Sucm.ssor to C. 11. *II,LEXCA SON,),
••: , DEALER IN
All Kinds of LEATHER,
AND,
SHOE FINDINGS,
LW YON GDON, PA.
J41:3870
Lewis' is the Place to Buy
School Books and Stationory,Bibles, Hymn
Books; Miscellaneous Books of all kinds,
Blank Books, Sunday School Books, etc.,
Inks of all kinds, Notions, perNmery, Pock
et Books Pocket 'Knives, Musical Instru
ments, Wall Paper, Window Shades and
Fixtures, etc., etc., etc.
WANTED. -1,001. k cords of Bark
Ihn 31.tunn nth stor& Tho highest marke ,
in.ce ihtld in cl:h (dun 1 tkuJ HENRY & CO.
-
-
• ,
'
1 6r
te( 1,-(4 •
• (ejA
. .
VOIJ earl '6 ECte" fof IO to-`3O PpF pfj
by-buying youtlnstrurnonta from ci if:
Gr3EI.3O3ELALIM;
DEALER IN - ' --
STEINWAY-& SONS,
GHICKERING & SONS, • -
THE WEBER, -
RAVEN & BACON'S, -
• nir,•UNION PIANOEORTETCO'S,
, GEORGE M. GUILD, k -C R 'S.
" CONRAD 3IEyERS, - .
AND ALL OTHER - J3IAKES oPi , • -
PIANOS. ,
- - •
MASON & lIAMLIN'S, and .•
GEO.. WOODS CO'S ceralirated • -
ORGANS,
or any other make desired. Also, MELODEONS, GUI
TARS, VIOLINS, Gorman Accordoons, Sheet Music, Mu
sic Books, Sc. ; "
Now and good Pianos for $3OO and upu arils.
New 9 Octmo Organs for $9O •
New Melodeons tor >7O "
Instruments Warranted for.ftw years. -
Agouti supplied at wholesale 'nice; the saute as in the
city.
Call ou or address E. J. GREENE,
/luntingdon, Pa ,
ap12,70 I'd Boor Mister's New Building.
• - •
. P.IMMCDATM]b
TO THE Ni E. CORNER OF , DIAMOND.
Boot and - Shoe- Emporium.'• "
JOIIN 11. WEST BIt " 0 ..
Respectfully intorms the citizens of Huntingdon and
vicinity that ho has just received from the city a Nov and
splendid stock of,
BOOTS SIIOES, , HATS , & CAPS,
• , -
Hosiery, S hoe riitclings, Ca,epet seta
.punks; &c!; &c.,
all of which he is prepared to soil at'grently reduced prime'
Don't forget the new stand in the Diamond. Old custo
mer and the public generally are invited to call.
Huntingdon, ap.,7, 1869.
~ . •
GEO. SHAEFIfER . .
mrlbaJuat returned hem the east with .a . l^
SPLENDID STOCK.
• OF
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, tfcc.:,*
IShicli ho offMisio' the inspecgolt of hie enatoMM!is and
the public geuei ly. lie will soli his Mock at the most
- REASONABLE PRICES,
and Ow who purchase once will surely , call agaim• .
B.001:61 & SHOES:MADE ,TO.ORDEH,
and REPAIRING done. in the neatest and most expedl
-
lions manner.
Call upon Mr. Schaeffer at hie shop on 11111, street„ a
few doom mod of the Diamond: up. 14, 1869
•
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
, • • " - WM. AFRICA
A
opened
to
h t i l i m oratu i ndrttee hone Just
Huntingdon,
A'Fine Assortment _of , all kidds of'
• .•
BOOTS AND...-SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
• All of which hn trill tell at fair prices. Quick saki and
profits, Call and examine toy clock.
Manntacitiritnt and ltdpairing dune to order no usual.
Huntingdon, Ap. 14.1y61.
DONOT
pASS BY
•,,,,•,. • . GWIN'S:
D. • "
INFoRms THE PUBLIC
THAT HE HAS
JUST OPENED
A ' .
SPLENVLL STOCK of NEW GOODS
THAT
CAN'T BE BEAT .
• - _
IN
CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY.
COME AND SEE.
D. P. GWIN
Hunting.lou, Ap.l9, IS7O
NE
DRUG STORE.
On the corner, opposite the -Exchange llotel,
II UNTINGDON, PA.'
Will have a good selection of drugs, medicines, &c.
from rellablo druggists, also a groat variety of notions,
ancy articles, perfumeries, patuntmedicines, toilet, soaps
brushes stuns, groteries, erc ,
THE DRUG DEPARTMENT
bo conducted by Dr. Thos. Johnston, who has been
in the practice of medicine for over forty years, which
will ho great advantage to those buying medicines for
family use, where it is not convenient to erai Ip I a physi•
clan. Advice given when medicines are wanted. Pm ,
setipti ens carefully compounded.
Dr. Johnston is a native 'of this town, add .studied
medicine under the celebrated Dr: Henderson, whose rep
utalion to well remembered by all old citizens.
Cold sparkling soda writer ran be had Miring the sum
mer, dtawn Donn Tuft's celebrated Arctip Fountains,
which is now considered the bes ip . use
May 2i, 'JOHNSTON& CO.
W. DUCH %NAN P ALLISON LN , I
. .
NEW STOVE AND TIN STORE.
BUCHANAN, ALLISON & CO.
trove opened a new store in Tenter's 'new building, iu
the Diamond, 11111111110011, klmro ready for sato
a large assortment of
Cook and - Parlor Stoves,
SPEER'S nEyol g yma uail'r, •
SPEER'S ANTI-DUST,
SPEER'S ANTI -DUST COOK STOVES,
SMITH'S RFTULATOE-and EUREKA COOK STOVES
and LITTLEFIELD'S TIEATERS.
Also, a largo assortment of -
Val 4VID tt4ia2
and figreat vat lely of Goods, never before kept in this
place. We also manufacture
TIN WA - 11g TO OUD,It:
Repairing, Roofing and Spouting done st short notice
AD- Cpuntry Storm supplied with' Tin Ware nt city
awes.
Confident of tieing ship, to make it advantageous to
their custemeis they respectfully 4011 cit a sharopf public
patronage.
ROOM IN YENTER'S NEW BUILDING
IN 'THE DIAMOND, HUNTINGDON, PA.
Jan. 5, 1550
INIPORTANT ¶O SOLDIERS
All Cavalry Lino alEceravise wefts in the sorvico tm•
Lemon July ad hot and July 17:th - 1862 are entitled 19
allowance for use and visit of horses, amounting for tho
whole Limo to about $110; for a less finie, to a propos ,
kionate amount. Dischar o . 4 es mast accompany claims.
flews of those entitled. but who wore killed or died in
the service, and tlio arrears of pay having been collected,
are only s Nuked to give a pouer of Attorney.
Parsons haying claims of Oils kind, or any other claims
against the Government can have them promptly collected
by appl) lug I u person or by letter to
H. ALLEN LOVELL,
Huntingdon. Pa.
July 12 1670-tf.
- "-tifftlVberti,stintit!" - ,: - : ,- :' ,-, 7
ENTRA L-IiaTETZU 11,
Vi SOUTH EAST COIINER EPRIICE ET$.,
Y , "
(formelly of Iluatingdon - Co.o PROVE+
Centrally located and tho,mopt-,convenient point for
merchants visiting the ettr..Accommodations of the
Aral-elem.. MI the modern Improyements--Eyery4t
tention heittenileXto gmsts. , - jauSityli,
1
egi r t , r 71„
*J.I ~. ...: ...P: ; : !A ' '
. .
3 Harelity 381 V, 104..11net mint I,
If they want the most popular and belt
sniaseciption honks atnr the tnn,Htb.,
eral terms Sep tor etrunTam: TlinyWill cost .yoil
uotlling,Autl• ty,b eof great launetlt jig
. feb9 l ly ,
•
MI§S MARY E. AERTSEN:'"7
AND
SE
. ,
T.SS MARY E. RTEYENS:
.
, ~. , ... - - -,.:Jui.: ~..:
will .Iteopep. tleir .
. ,
'fi'Vrtkitcio - 1"
DOARDIMI AND ~
POR-YOUNO LADIES,
?Pjfit
TulpehoCken atiept,
44' FOr circulars, apply to file Principals, ;j119,2m
GENTS - VANTE "FOnft .13.,;,=f°°=-_
;: • !At
Prospectus, - Fq'w4V.?...rlollzr
ISLE' YRlCsa!''
A. Masterly Versi fida I ion, ofpt4e eksobt.i,tng,
- Toctry:orthe,Bible.
SOpronounced by leading clergymen and laymen of
all denomluntions. Univei sally 'admired 'and'
highly esteemed both recite gl not Intrinsic merit anti
mechanical finish. A beautiful Prospectus, from a now '
and original deßion, showing th gib froront styles of bind. .
ipg; etc., sent absolutely FREE' to' ' accepted'
as Agents,and,it sample copy wimp - deuire.Uand at r 2o,per,
cent less thim therwholesalo price: Excliisire'Ve'rritorg. '
end this meet liberaillfrnia...Fer,full - particulars,- tormei„
etc.. address - C. F. VENT:Publisher.
• k , S Barclay-341 . 034, finnyyorkk
COLONNADE .
MARBLE FRONT.).
: aseitnut Sired, Wet of Flfleeigli; ,l •
PHILADELPHIA.-
to and blagani:Hoiol opoo •••
• 'reception of gams. It to of tbemost Rod
• asiroaloo, and foroblbed ,th a kyle mbar
ed by any of the Riot bolds of - Konya • '
.• • •
4,701Ett CRUMP,
GEO; FR E r4 I • A gi; S Y.P . , / :‘,"1
• ~r
'!.
IN@
Os AD A. L l''S''
TII F: Great American Health Restores, .parities
the blood and ; cares Scrofula, Syphilis, Fltin ;
' Disea , ssi Rimomatiam. Disimsesof Women and all
Chronic Affeetions afilid , Blond,` "Liver and Kld.o
neye. , Recommended by the bleipeal Faculty and
thousand of our bail • • al
. Read the testimony of Pintaldeas atpi piltlenta
t•ho hai"o used ltotedallevedif for our itoladallet
Outdo to Health or Alteanac forlble yearg Nylqcb
we Publish fin' gratuitous • distribution rit
give you much raluable•information.
Dr. 11: W. Carr; of Daltithore says: "'
1 take pleasure in recommending yourltostplal.,.
is es a very powerful alterative. — I hold
used in two 4111105, with happy r.alts—,one Invest,
of secondary tiyphil tho 'patient 'pri:
minced himself ,cured after having taltott, flyp
bottles of your medleihe: - "l'lpiother lea me of
scrofuln of long •etanding, !which. is: rapidly! im-,
proving under its eve, and' the 'lndication 'are'
that the patient will soon recover. I bane care•
fully examined the formula by which'3lour' Roan
dells is made, and fled it an excellent emppoend,
at all alterative ingredients.
Dr. Sparks, of rticholebvitio.
• aity.e. he har,
pied itusadolis in caves of scrofula and teeinidary
Syphilis with oatisfactory rerultb—as a cleaner of,
the blood I know no better remedy. •- •
o:McFadden, Murfreeborol, TennaaePP
nays:
! I hove mewl seven bottles of Ronda*, and ant-.
entirely cured of Rheumatism ; seud me four but:
ties, as I wish it fur My brother, who bas - 8000114,
lona sore eyes.
Benjamin Bechtol, of Lima;Ohlo, writes, I have
'suffered for twenty years with an inveterate erup
tion over my • body'r a' Blida time since 1.,,pgr,%!
chased a bottle of Rosadalis and it effected' a per
, a:Cact& • :It , -%71...._`"Z.i":70
lioesdalis is sold by John Read and 8. S. Smith,
Pa., and Dr ugglstrgenerally, ;
Lnbratory, alExchango Place, fieldmice.
• " - • • • - CbVitENTS & CO., •
Feb. ..,12-1 yr. 2 or all. Proprietors.
'[ESTABLISIIED,.
,
!ghost Eremium, Silver Modal, awarded, ow all
Unruh at Muchanics' Exhibition, Boston,' r
October '
compe ,
1802.
The,origlual and gonl4loo
?S EL P,-.138 .
WROUGHT-IRON,
OAS-CONSUMING HEATEB
{s'lrli PATENTDD DUST SUDDEN,
• GRATE 3AR RESTS, And
WROUGUT-IRON RADIATOR. _
• and AUTOMATIOREGULATOR.
For Burning Anthracite or Bituminopg
. Coal or Woo.
10 elz,eS for brickwork, and two sizes Pprtriblo
MANUFACTURED 0.1.1.y9Y
•. • 'J. REYNOLDS '& SON,:
N. N. OORNER
PIIII,SDELPIFIA, NI.
Theo Itiitera . aro made rif; henry 'Wrought:iron, well
rhaled fogulher, arq ore rinlanied to ho absolutely gas
and dust tight. They arc the only Unions that aro kaki,
aged m:ltholit any ilaraperi; and in , which all -kinds" of
fuel can he burnedli itliout altaration. ‘,. ,
COOKING RANGES for hotels -restaurants,
and families,
Also, a FLAT-TOP lIEATING
FIRE PLACE IIgATERs, •
LOW DOWN GRATES,
SKATE
REGISTERS 4Np ITENTItATORS
Pomphtetd ileocription. twit -freo to laity nil
4reso. , ( Joite:4 , l : t.3 ,
FARMERS !, EISAWITE 21.0 BUY '
3.±-3r.m Oiribbrxm4A.±...
1 3A#G* 5 BfioiG': •
Ate, First Ralyl.l;t9lie StO.s.phate-'i6.4,
All Labors are imitaiion:
EMTLMEI
ytMlf
'SUPER-PHOSPHA.T OF-i LIME,
, q~pp MARK
Ilss! !down Is mode of raw and miliaria!!! Derma, ri,c4,
in Nitrogesimis matter,itlisgolvell in nil 01 vilest], present;
ing tho /lone Physpliptein 2 phighly zp!uble and.quiekly
available coral, Mid the Ammonia in' sueliproportfon ay
to insure a prompt and ylgoroupactiqp npeln/img.roPf.
Where Bangles Phosphate was applies! the past season,
the indlyations, without egceptleit.. arc /414 tt will main
tain its well earned reputation. We request all in net.. 4
of a Fortillsor,to give this article g triy6
)I.A.I7'GEr. Br, SONS,
ZIAZIUYACIVItERS, , •
014Oe, No. 20 00uth'pelp.warO4yezlo
Inra:l+-era • PIIILADELPItfier
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE
IN WEST lIUNTINGDON
13gy Lots from first Lando at
$2OO '
Purskaac.ra dcajri ay , 0 1011 d can tatio 'vary 10cja;
terms no to pn,yinentd.lV isttio limo to invest. , 41e
by 2ltf )* fit. ALLISOWNILLER
MIS
•
WANTED. 10,000 pciun"ds Tt
wno,ra wool for which the hrghea
will be pod. (Juu 16,41] tIENR"-
17 , v; c.:2,. ,!:',7.
ERE
GIERMANTOWII; PA.
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