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Tuesday morning, Aug. 30, 1870.
LOCAL & PERSONAL.
Mt. Noriah Lodge, fee. 300, A. T. IL, meets second
ilondsty,yreuingui each month, in Brown's building.
Standing Stone IL It. A. Chapter, Xo. 201, meets the
trot Turbday evening of each mouth, in Brown's budding.
Juniata Lodge, No. 11 - , 1 0. 0. F., meets every Friday
siveising, third floor, in Leister's building.
hound Llor cueip of I. 0. 0. F., meets every second
and lourth Tuesdays, in Leister's building, third floor.
Standing Stone Lodge, No. 86.1. 0. G. T., meets every
Tuesday evening in third floor of head's building.
ArraixThoe Tribe, 110.68, /. O. of R. AL, meets every
Thursday evening, third floor, Leister'a
Young Mat's Christian Asiociatton uwots the first and
third Monday es °Dings each month, in Smith's building.
Pod 33, G. A. R., meets %bird Alunday of each mouth
Town annuli meets the Bret Friday evening of each
Huntingdon Lodge, No. 149, K. et P., meets every Eat-
urdey evouiug, in mitten building.
Hannagdota mail:leaf Honor, No 71, meets the fourth
Alouday of each mown in Uood romplure' Hall.
The Mbsternm club meats every lhursainy evening, iu
the Y. 31. U. A. room.
Huntingdon Council, 0. U. A. N., meets first and third
Maeda), ofeach month in Good Templar. Hall.
Baptist Church—Washington Street. Rev. J. W. Plan
nett. Services on suubath : 1034 a. tn., 7p. m.
Cetholic—Waslongton street. Rev. R. .1. Aylward. Ser.
vices Stet three sunda3e in every month.
Myst:gelled Lutheran—Mifflin Street. Rev. J. J. Kerr.
cervices em Sabbath : 1034 a. in., 7 p. In.
German Helot cued—Church Street. Rev. 8. D. Reticle.
Service un Sabbath: 7. p. m.
Methodist tpiscopal—Church :Street. Rev. M. IL Foster
stervicee on sithitath: 1034 a. in., 7 p. M.
Protestant I.piscopal—[fill siren. Bev. A, 11. Boy le,
Serviced on Sabbath: 10%a. m., 634 p m.
['realty teriau—litil Street. Lev. G. Zahnissr, Ser
vice/ On Sabbath : 11 a. m , 7 p. m.
On the Wing.
See adv. of the G. O. D
Not so plenty—mosquitos.
Spreading—the yodel evil
Lively—the crickets and katy-dida
A popular dump—apple dumplings.
The Grand Corn Dance is soon to come off.
Centre county fair—the same time as ours
14,000 people, it is said, attended the
Wayn• camp meeting on Sunday n week.
Our home ativertiners ion% change their
advertisements often enough,
A traveling fool who plays with snakes,
wee in town lost week.
"Shoo Fly" has got into the hand-organs
It ought to have found a quieter grave.
Great preparations are being made for the
Corn Dance of the Arrnpahoe Tribe.
There are nine lodges of Good Templars in
Franktin!county, with a membership of 700.
Huntingdon has six blacksmith shops, all
doing a hammering business.
The Smithfield Sabbath School is in a
The Y. M. C. A. of Altoona are to have a
series of lectures commencing in October.
Li - cherish Webster, of Juniata county,
was suffocated while cleaning out a well.
The new convent bell in Altoona scared
out a fire company.
Silk striped with velrot, will be much worn
for street costumes next fall.
Almost everybody wants a war map—get
one of Lloyd's, the popular map publisher.
Do you want any job printing? Call at
the Globe office.
A thief entered Wm. Swartz's bed room
in Lewistown recently, and took $65 from
his pante pocket.
Simon W. Detar, of Greensburg, accident
ally-shot part of his head off with the con
tents of a gun, which killed him.
Adah,:4Onis' bed room in Port Matilda,
Centre county, was entered by - a thief who
robbed'his pants pocket of $B3.
Tirtiothy McCarthy has been lo dged in the
Clearfield jail as the supposed murderer of
Michael Layton. -
The Centre Baptist Association coalmen.
ees at Shirleysburg, this county, on the 31st
Donnell & Kline, the expert photograph
ers of this place, propose going to their room
in Cunningham's new building, shortly.
Chang and Eng, the Siamese twine, who
went to Europe to see if they could be sep
arated, have returned as united as ever.
A boy named McHugh was struck by the
locomotive et a gravel train near Cresson re
eently,-and instantly killed.
The Arrapahoe Tribe of Red Men will
show theme elvee at the Corn Dance on Sept
13. Everybody should see them.
The Young America base ball club of this
place beat a club in Alexandria on Thursday
last. It also beat a club from Lewistown on
A party of ladies and gentlemen went to
Arch Spring, Blair county, from this place,
on Thursday last, and enjoyed themselves
Dr. A. B. Brumbaugh is making his resi
dence on Washington street three stories.—
Mr. Wm. Kennedy has erected a three•story
brick on the same street in West Huntingdon
Locale are scarce. The only person in
jured last week in our population of 3500.
was a young man who had his finger cut.—
He should hare the popular sympathy.
Geo. Potts, the removal candidate for the
Legislature in CaMbria county, has declined,
and H. D. Woodruff editor of the Johnstown
Democrat, has been nominated to take his
place in the Tribune as its candidate.
A garter snake in Somerset county, recent
8y performed the astonishing feat of swal
lowing a family of sixty-nine—her own off-
Tho Bellefonte glase.wnrke have suspend.
ed. and it is thought doubtful whether they
will resume. Would not glass-works in this
place pay better?
The Lutheran and Baptist Sunday Schools
held a combined picnic on Saturday last.—
Our young friends have our thanks for a
good taste of the good things.
We were visited by two terrific thunder
storms last week. No damage was done in
this vicinity. The water of Raystown branch
was raised nine feet at Saxton.
The roof of Mr. Walker's residence in
West Huntingdon was partially destroyed
by fire on Tuesday mnrnfng last. The fire
was eninmtinioated from a stovepipe.
That was a truthful saying of a merchant
in this place when he said "it looks too much
like a one-horse establishment for a business
man .to use anything else than printed bill•
The Corn Dance of Arrapahoe Tribe of
Red Mon promises to be one of the grandest
things of the season - and alarge crowd is ex
pected. Don't forget the day, Tuesday,
County Committee Meeting.
The Republican County Committee will
meet at the Court House in Huntingdon 'on
Friday, the 9th cifSeptember, at one o'clock
P. M. It is hoped that every member of the
Committee will be present at this its first
meeting, as business of importance will ,be
transacted. The Committee as selected by
the delegates to the Convention is as follows:
Alexandria—Wm. M. Philliys, G W Hewitt
Birmingham—T. S. McCahan, Jessie Beigle
Barree—James Stewart, Alfred IV Kenyon
I.rady—Martin L Shaffner, E A Green
Broad T9p city—J D Lewis, S H Houck
Cassvilte—George M Green. J. M. Wilson
Cass—Joseph Parks, John D. Boring
Carbon—D E Conrad, John Palmer
Coalmont—Thos Thompson, Abrabom Brod
Clay—Saml.MoVitty, S L Glasgow.
Cromwell—Alvah Lynn, Orbison Crum
Dublin—ll C Robinson, Wm. Clymans.
Franklin—John Laporte, J. A. Deacon
lienderson 7 George Numer, F. Corbin
Hopewell—Geo. Berkstresser, 11. Chipper.
Ituntingdon,E. M King, T \V Mvton
W. K. Burchinell, 11. Elam
Jackson—James II Lee, John M Oaks
Juniata—John Corbin, Wm. Boenneman
Lincoln—John Fulton, Henry Shultz
Mapleton—D. H. Foster, H. H. Swoops,
Morris—J K. Templeton, Dr. S. Tnompson
Mt. Union—John S. Bare, T. A. Appleby.
Mt. Union dist.—Jon. Doyle, Wm. K. Myers
Orbisonia—Wm. L. Miller, Jas. S Chilcoate.
Oneida—Elisha Shoemoker, Jaeoh Miller
Penn—Michael Garner, Jacob Hoflley.
Petersburg—Jos. Johnston, Henry Orlady.
Porter—Joseph A. Green, Henry W. Swoops
Shirley—Wm. L Spanogle, Richard Colegate
Shirlegsburg—John Kerr, William Harris
Sprinp . field—N Madden, J. C. Brewster
Tell—John P. McMath, Valentine Sebmittel.
Tod—Jonathan Evans, R H Crum.
Three Springs—P II Bence, E G Heck
Union—J. C. Wright, George Miller.
Walker—John P. Watson, John Brewster.
Warrior»zark—Richard Wills, Geo. Guyer
Upper West—John Neff, Hugh T. Johnston
Lower West—James Wilson. Henry Neff.
J. SYLVANUS 131,Ata,
Chairman Rep. Co. Com.
THE AMENDED BANKRUPT LAW.—
The bankrupt law has been amended
by a recent act of Congress in some
few particulars which are worthy of
public notice Provisions are now
made that the circuit judge, in cases
of sickness, absence or other disability
of the district judge, may make all
necessary rules and orders preparatory
to the final hearing in causes of bank
ruptcy. The law provides also that
'the provisions of that section known
as the fifty per cent. clause shall not
apply to - those debts from which the
bankrupt seeks discharge, which were
contracted prior to the first or January,
1869. In other words, a debtor whose
assets do not pay fifty : cents on. the
dollar Must now obtain the assent - Of a
majority, in number and value of those
creditors only, whose debts were con
tracted since the Ist of January 1869
A clause of the thirty-ninth section
makes it an act of bankruptcy that a
person '•being a banker, •merchant, or
trader, has fraudulently stopped or
suspended, and not resumed payment
of his commercial paper within a pert
ed of fourteen days." Much difficulty
has been found by the courts in the
consti uction of this clause especially
as to the meaning of the word -fraud
ulently." All ambiguity has been re
moved by an mendment as follows:
'"Or who being a banker, broker,
merchant, trader, manufacturer or
miner, has fraudulently stopped pay
ment, or who has stopped or suspend
ed and not resumed payment of his
commercial paper within a period of
fourteen days." The bankrupt law ie
improved by these amendments.
A Stmrti knowledge of the inflam
mable nature of kerosene oil would
probably put a stop to-accidents. As
the oil burns down into the lamp, a
highly inflammable gas gathers over
its surface, and as the oil decreases the
gas increases. When the oil is nearly
consumed a slight jar will often inflame
the gas, and an explosion is sure to
follow, causing in many eases,
and destruction. A bombshell is not
more to be dreaded. Now, if the
lamp is not allowed to burn more than
half way down, such accidents are al
most impossible. Always fill your
lamps every morning; then you scarce
ly need fear explosion.
us_ The war in Europe continues
with slight prospect of peace. One
thing is certain, one of the great pow
ers must fail; but not so with Luke
Reilly, the baker. He knows nn such
word as fail in making good Bread,
Cakes, etc., and his Candies and Bon
hone are fit for either King William or
Emperor Napoleon, their wives, "or
any other man."
U' We have received a copy of the
San Diego (Cal.) Union which makes
mention of a warehouse belonging to
Gordon Stewart & Co., forwarding and
commission merchants, which con
tained some 300,000 pounds of barley,
wheat and corn, and a mammoth pile
of hay. Mr. S is a Huntingdon Co.
`juvenile," and it will please his friends
to know that ho is doing a large and
We 811115 in town last week our popular
friend, A .V. Westbrook, now a resident of
Philadelphia. We learn that he is now the
sole proprietor and mauufacturer of a reme.
dy for Piles, which is very efficacious in the
cure of that troublesonie complaint. Tlie
Doctor is stopping at the Morrison House,
where those afflicted will do well to call on
Retail Market Priors
Butter 25, BC, as to quality; eggs
18; lard 25; potatoes $70@50,75; dried
apples lOcts per lb; dried peachesls®
25uts, per lb; beans 10@18e quart; eu
,,ar cured hams 30 cts; shoulders 20@
22 side 18@22 cis per lb; dried beef 30
@32 cts; flour $6,firstname.lastname@example.org, per barrel.
Green apples GO, 75. 1,00, as to quality,
ria.. The Phrenological Journal and
Packard's Monthly--a union of two
first class magazines—for September
contains twenty-tour first-class articles
from first-class writers, besides edito
rial items, poetry, &.e. Samuel R:
Wells, Publisher, N. Y.—s 3 a year.
ACCIDENT —A young man named
Emery Lebhart, employed in Wise St
Taylor's now furniture factory, in this
place, bad his tight forefinger out off
at the first joint by a planer, on Thurs
NOTICE.—CVO nre now offering our
present stock of Drees Goods, Hoeie
ries, Cassimers, &c., at extremely low
prices. Good Delaines at 15 cents a
yard. 2t HENRY & CO.
vg t .All sizes Copper Kettles at A
B. Stewart & Co. a3O-2t.
CELEBRATION.--A. beautiful fday ad :
ded much to"the enjoyment of a scone
witnessed at McConnellstown, Satur
day, the 20th day of August. It was
a procession of Sabbath' School sehol
ars•and teachers. We did not notice'
one in all the throng that appeared
gloomy, sad, or disappointed; but ra
ther the opposite—all countenances
were shining with joys already at
hand, and with bright anticipations
for the pleasures of the day. Among
this number not one could be found
that entertained envy, ealousy, or sec
tarian strife, for this was A UNION of
the Methodist and Reformed Sabbath
Everything connected with this fes
tival seemed so inviting that we joined
the group and marched with them un
der the .inspiration of martial musio,
skillfully performed, to Oak Island,
McCoy's Grove. Here we found the
arrangements convenient. The exer %
cisme of the day wore opened by sing.
ing and praper, in which Rev. Shontz
officiated. Brief but well-telling ad•
dresses were given by Revs. Barrick
of Philadelphia and Sangreo of McCon •
nellstown. The scholars were then
dismissed to engage in proper social
enjoyments, 'or to commune with na
ture's laughing rivulets, huge oaks,
and grassy carpets,wbich the site beau.
drolly blended. At 12:30 P. M. all
were called together and marched
around the table bountifully supplied
with the most choicy eatables. This
well-spread table was a strong proof
of the generosity and good taste of the
women of McCennellstown and
ty. After dinner wo again entered the
grove for amusement.,. At 3'P.
celebration was close with' prayer.-
The grand success of the day was in
a great measure the result of the ardu
ous and determined manner the com
mittee to whom the arrangements
were entrusted, labored. They did
their part nobly, meriting the'thanks
of the community.
We hope that the innocent smiles
radiated from ,the attendUnts of this
celebration rnay be crystallized em
blems of the ioffiney of our Sabbath
schools, after they have grown to
manhood, strong in building up . the
church., Our wish fur the schools is,
that they may groW in numbers and
in the knowledge of religious truth;
that every religious idea they are in
strumental in imparting may in due
season become a religious act.
The annual examination of teachers
for the present year will be held in the
several districts as follows:
Alexiiildrla born. and Porter twp.; at Alixandelo, Bept:3
Franklin twp .at 3 ranklinville a 6
Warrlondnitik twp ,at Warriors/mark, a 6
Maris twp.. nt Shufferevlllo At 7
Walker twit.. at McCoidiellstown. II 8
Coalmant. B. T. city and Carbon, nt Cost:clout, " 9
West twp., at Shavers Cieck bridge, " .12
Barren tape, at Manor 11111, " 13
Jackson tap, at 31cAlevy's Fort, . 14
Oneida twp., a Centre Union school husk " 15
Henderson twp . tit Union school house, • " 16
Brady tap ,at Mill Creek, " 19
Mapleton Wm. at Mapleton, " 20
Mount Union lioro.. at Mount Union," 21
Shit ley-Murg Moro.. and Shirluy, at irleyeburg, " 23
Orhlsonla bony and Cromwell, nt Urbleoula, " 23
Dahl 111 t wp..at Mul° Latp:
Tell tap. at ISoinagerlown
Springfield iwp.. lit Meadow Gap,
Clay twp •at Tine,. Oplings boro., I, 28
CassviOu boro. oral Um tap, et CA1.11 , 1110, .. 29
Union tarp., at Palls Grove school house, 4 . 38
Juniata tarp., at Bell Croon ,cboul hotwo, Oct. I
Pant] top.. at Markitsburg, " 2
. . .
Hopewell and Lincoln twps ,at Cotton Run, " 4
Ted twp., at Newberg, " 5
The examinations will commence at
9 o'clock, a. m,
Persons unknown to the Superinten
dent must produce satisfactory evi
dence of good moral character.
It is expected that boards of direc
tors will generally be present at the
examinations to inske their selections
of teachers. Citizens are cordially in
vited to attend.
Teachers will be examined in, the .
districts in which they design to teach.
Private examinationswill be dispensed
with. All professional certificates ex•
pined by law on the first oflast June.
Llirectors are particularly 'cautioned
not to employ any teacher who has
not a valid certificate.
D F. Twiny, Co. Supt
Alexandiia, August 9, 1870.
Can't be Undersold.
Red Front Grocery receives new
supplies almost every duy, sells the
most and freshest, and can't be under
sold. New Mess Shad, Dry Salt Roe
and Pickled• }louring, the best and
medium Mackerel, White Fish, Trout,
Salmon, &c., cheaper than the cheapest,
and warranted. • •
Ladles Dresses and Boys Clothing.
Mrs. B. 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
Lewis' is the Place to Buy
School Booke and Stationary, Bibles, Hymn
Books, Miscellaneous Books of all kinds,
Blank Books, Sunday School Books, etc.,
Inks of all kinds, Notions, Perfumery, Pock
et Books Pocket Knives, Musical Instru
ments, Wall Paper, Window Shades and
Fixtures, etc., etc.. etc. [novll.tf.
Every business man should use printed bill
heads, letter heads, and envelopes. They
have to use the paper and - envelopes, any
way, and we furnish the material at whole
sale prices, and print them at less than the
material would cost at retail price. Call.
wk. 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
air The GLOBE Office is prepared to
execute all kinds of Job Printing-for
the Merchant, Manufacturer; Coal Op
erator, and other business men, at lees
rates than the same can be had in the
city. Give us a call.
Mrs. Matilda ,Pheasant is prepared to
weave rag carpets, and solicits patronage
from a generous public. Residence Wash
ington Street, West Iluntin tf
Miiir A large stock of the beet Stone
ware, of all kinds, now on hand at the
Red Front Grocery, and for sale cheap
er than anywhere else in the county.
te...Beet Gum Roller and Gum Spring
Grain Drills, at 11IeLanaban, Stone & leett's,
llollldayeburg, Pu. fe9.Bm
itirKeyetone Cider Mille for eale
by A. R. Stewart & Co., eend for cir
cular. (July 26 3m.
ter Cider Billie, Grain Separators, Clover
Hullers and Stammers, Cultivators, Washing
Machines, etc., etc., at MoLanahan, Stone /6
heft's, Hollidaysburg, Pa. fo9•Sm
On the 25th inet , near Manor Hill,
by the Rev. W. Gwynn, Mr. JOIIN H.
MYERS Of OCROlia,olliO, t 0 Miss CLARA
A. STEWARD of Manor Hill, Pa.
On Sunday, August 21st, at his res
idence in Norton, Illinois, Mr Tnos.
LLOYD STATES, aged 61 years, 5 months
and 28 days. Mr. States was former
ly a citizen of this place.
At Penna. Furnace, August 21st,
WILLIAM PORTER, youngest son of.Tno.
and Sarah',l. Irvin, aged tsvo years,
nine menthe and fifteen day's:
[Lewistown papers please copy.]
August 25th inst., in Ennisville, of
Typhoid Fever, Mrs. MARY ANN
HARDY, only -surviving daughter of
flugh..Stuith, deed, aged 60 yes.l . •
Mrs. hardy was a member of the M.
E. Church for 40 yrs. Sho was an amia
ble, unassuming child of grace; devo
ted to the cause of Christ, faithful in
her performance of ehristian'duty, and
submission to the will of her divine
master. We look upon her life as an
epitome of christian devotion, and pa
tience. Her death was in perfect.con-,
sonance with 'her life: she calmly and
with full assurance entered the eter
nal world. W.
Punaucuelita, Aug - , , 29. 1570. ,
Superfine Flour per barrel 55.75@>6.12;.4
Extra Flour per barrel 46.000655
Ilya Flourper barrel ' ,ll'l39PV:ili
Red Wheal - per bushel ....'
Rye per n bushel 95698ct5.
Oats per bushel 60(9)12et5.
PITTSBOACIII, Aug, 29, 1870.
White Wheel Flour, ' 1.50(0.00
Wheat per bushel ,nhlte $1.30@1,35
Calliper bushel ' Bb®9oets.
Oats per bushel 930054015.
flye per bushel $0 9u@0,95
Barley Diettaus tieing
Mit' roux, Aug,ls.—gold closed it $1,16.34
PHILADELPHIA. Aug, 27, 1870.
The following are the clusinr , prices of De
Haven .Sc Bro., 40 South 'Third street
U. S. 6's (I'Bl, • - 1141 1141
" " • '62, • • 112 1121
" " '64, • - • 1101• 111*
" '65, - , - 111 111*
" '65, new, - 1091 11U
" " '67, •' 103 HUI
" " '6B, - - ' 109 k 11U*
" s's, 10-40's, . 1081 109
U. S. 30 Year 6 per cent. Cy. 1111 1111
Gold • • - . 1101 1101
Silver, • - ' 111 114
Union Pacific R.R Ist If, Bonds 815' 825
Central Pacific B. R. - 875 885
Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds 730 700
IV. A. C
CORRECTED WEEKLY la LIENEY dt CO.
WHOLESALE PRICES. •
FLotti—Superfine Flour, per bunt!, , $5.00
Extra Flour, du , 650
Family Flour, • do • 7.00
OttaiN- 7 .11ed Wheat, per bushel. email@example.com
White Wheat, do 1.30®1.35
Rye, . do 85
Corn, do ' 85
Oats, do ' •40
Barley,' do • 1:00
SEED — Timothy, do 4 50
Flaxseed, do - 1.75
Cloverseed, per 64 lbs. 7.00
Com.—Hard coal, por ton, 4.50(45 75
Broad Tup coal, do ' 3:00®3.50
LUMBER, per 1000 feet, 12.00®30.00
SHINGLES—Lap, per 1000 ft., 10.00®12.00
Joint Shingles,: do , 5.00(P.00
MISCELLANEOUS—Bark, per cold, 9.00
Bran, por cwt.,1.00
Hops, per pound . 40
Wool, do ': 40®45
Hay, per ton, ... . 10.00
Professore BUCHANAN & .Dowx of Dm American
- ; University, aro making wonderful cures - • • '
of Cancers, Tumours and Ulcers by their
new discovery A painless treatment, no
knife, no plasters, no caustio burning. ' t
O Thomost /remark- '
pable effect CANCERS , of this
treatment is, it sepa
rates the chemical elements of cancerous
F growths, so that they shrivel, die and die
appear and will not return. All those of. . .4
Dieted can call on the Professors Buchanan & Down,
University; .or addresi, No 014 Pine Street, Philada. 1
MILES LEWIS & CO.
Farm, Town Lots, Houses, and all kinds - of_ REAL
ESTATE, bought or Bold. Bonds, 31ortlieges and Deeds
accurately prepared. Money .loans negotiated on Real
Lot N 0.14, West Huntingdon, vacant. First, whole
lot west of Fulton Street on Southern stile of Mifflin et..
Good lot and splendid locution. Price $7.30.
• Two story frame house' largo stable, good well and
whole of lot No. 224 Good locution. Price reasonable
Large Frame Dwelling on Wvehlngton street, West
Huntingdon, west of Fatten, ten rams; good water,—
Frame Dwelling on Washington etroot east of Cheat
nut. ' Price, $2600.
Three lots aground in Wileontown.
A good limestone forms in West township, limn miles
from it. ft. Station. 250 moms
For any information in regard to condition., adver
tismg, &c., apply, in parson, orr, bylatter, to
SIMPSON .& ARMITAGE,
Office, opposite the Court House
GRAN DCORN DANCE
BASKET - PIC-NIC.
Improved Order of. Red Men,
ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1870.
No pains will be spared by the Committee
of Arrangements to make this one of the best
entertainments of the kind ever given in the
Several Tribes have been invited, arid aro
expected to be present.
A preemie, will be formed at the Wig
wam at 9 o'clock—the members in full rega
lia—and after parading the principal streets
will proceed to the grounds, where the time
will be spent in feasting, dancing, Jpe
Refreshments and edibles will be on the
ground, and served to visitors at trifling cent.
The publie are cordially invited.
FOR CHEAP S OB p RINTING
CALL AT THE "GLOBE" OFFICE,
SPRIN G STOCK
AT RE'PVC . R.D PRICES.
JAMES A. BROWN,
Is constantly receiving at his new
, IN HUNTINGDON, PA,
Beautiful Patterns of Carpets, fresh from the rooms of
the manufacturers. Ms stock comprises
VENITIAN, , .WOOL DUTCH,
COTTAGE ; " HEMP,
LIST and RAG CARPETS,
• - CARPET CHAIN,
COCOA and CANTON - MATTINGS,
FLOOR, STAIR and 'TABLE
la C 1 1.1 C.) ar ME IS,
A FRESH. STOCK OF
WINDOW-SHADES and Fixtures, Druggets, 'Ftlret
Rugs, Door Nate, Extra Carpet Thread and Binding '
WI . make *specialty of lurulehing CHURCHES end
LODGES, at City Prices, and Invite Fulnishlng Commit
tees to call and see goods made expressly for their pur
duyere will sore money and be better suited by 'going,
to the regular Carpet and Oil Cloth Stoma for any of th o
above goods. I defy competition to prices and raraety
of beautiful patterns.
CARPETS 25 cents per YARD and UPWARDS.
I have also the Agency for the Original
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
so well know u aa the beet gamily Machine In the world.
Mal at Me CARPET STOREand see them.
JA3IIO A. BROWN.
Huntingdon, Mete 16, '70.6m.
West Huntingdon Foundry.
PLOIVS, THRESHING MACHINES,
BAJtit DELLS, SLED AND SLLIOU BOLES,
WAGON BOXES, IRON KETTLES,
4 0 , Ett1313.g . .g3
For Furneces, Forges, Ehiet end Saw ➢Alle, Telenet lee
AND JOB WORK IN GENERAL.
ARCHITECTURAL A ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT.
Iron Porticos and . Verandahs,
Balconies,Columns and Drop Ornament in erecden
porticos an verandahs,
Window Lintels nod Sins,
Cast Ornaments for Wooden lintels,
Cellar %%follow Gourds all sizes,
Chimney Tops and Flues,
Sash Weights, Carpet Strips,
Registers, Heaters, Coal Grates,
Vault Castings fur coal tied wood cellars,
A shorn, 1 ree.boxes, Lanip•posto, IlitZning-posts.
Iran Railing for pot lima, verandahs, balconies, flower.
Yard end Cemetery Feiidee, etc.
ParUculcr atl•ntiun paid tofencing ante*, Lets.
Address JAMES SIMI'S IN,
ee23,68 Huntingdon, Pa.
BLAKE & MoNEIL,
[Summon to J. M. CONNISOLIAM & SONJ
Iron' and Brass Foun.ders,
IRON and BRASS CASTINGS mods la a first class
- , Foundry. IA o havo always on hand all
kinds 1.1 Flow and Stove Castings, Wadh
! Kettles, Cellar-windows, Grates, Coal hole
Castino for pavements, Window weights
all sizes and weights. Pipojoints, Sled
_ Wagon boxes, flunkies Castings. fr
aud semen., gait• 5.% w.luunte ant plaster mills of
HEATERS AND IRON FENCES,
of tho most improved st)lo, oven doors and framos, door
Bile, and in fact ever) thing made in this line.
We hare a larger stock of patterns, and can furnish cas
tings at short notice, and cheaper than they can bu had
In the country. Mt ing a good drill, we aro prepared to
do drilling and fitting up of all hinds.
011 ice in Meerut,' New Building, Bin 'treat, Bunting
dt,11.17, 1869. BLAKE & McZIEIL.
Is now prepared to fill orders for
And id short to do nil kiiida of Coipentor
To furnish HOBS, SPOKES and FELLIES,
in quantities, and receive orders for
ZAll orders should be addressed to
D. W. ARTLEY, President,
June 16, 18694 f.
J. M. WISE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
M° ILT 2EIL ti itt.
Respectfully invitee the attention of the Public to his
stand on Rill at., Huntingdon, In the rear of tioorgis W
Swartz' Watch and Jewelry store, where he nuumfactures
and keeps all kinds of Furniture at reduced prices. Per
sons wishing to purchase, will do well to give him a call.
Repairing at all kinds attended to promptly and charges
Cr Also, Undertaking carried on, and Coffins made In
any style desired, at short not.
A7ll. NL s
IV.AND ELEGANT HEARSE
and is prepared to attend Funerals at uuy place in town
or country. J. M. WM.
Huntingdon, May 9,]888-t[
JOHN C. MILLER,
(Successor to C. 1.1. lIILLIO. h SOSO
All Kinds of LEATHER,
kJ KAM:RING, BUILDING or LOAM Sand, from
tbt will be delivered at one dollar per two horse
wagon load, on application to Logan Martin.
Orders left at Decker & Crownover's more will mob
Lim. R. it. BRYAN.
WANTED. -1,000 cords of Bark,
at the Mammoth store. The highest market
pm paid In cash (Jun 1 aro] - HENRY k CO.
_u_j By the box, pack, ar lea quantity, Per mile at
I.IrWIS" BOOK .4 ND STATIONaItr srons.
\k,HEEER & N ILSOYS
Se Whig Machmes,
eeeived the only GOLD MEDAL at the
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1867. •
They are adapted to all Wad. of Family Sewing, and
to the Dee of Seamstresses, Dressmakers, Tailors, Manu
facturer. of Shirts, Collars, Skirts, Cleaks, Mantillas,
Clothing, Hats, Cape, Corsets,, Linen Goods, Umbrellas,
parasols, etc.' They work equally well upon silk, linen,
woolen and cotton goods, with silk, cotton or linen
thread. They will seam, quilt, gather, hem, fell, cord,
braid, bind, and perform every species °tossing, making
a beautiful and perfect stitch, alike on both sides of the
,The qualities which recommend them are: „
f. Beauty and excellenco of stitch, ahke on both sides of
the fabric sovicd. *.
2. Strength, firmness and durability of sealit,that will
• not rip nor ravel. '
3. Economy of Thread. .
4. Attachments and wide range of application to purpo
sea and materials. •
6. Compactness and elegance of model and finish.
O. Simplicity and thoroughness of construction.
T. ggard, ewer of operation and management. and qutot-
nets of movement.
ingredient free to all. Mealtime kept in repair one
) Our tree of charge.
A Patent Self Baster bag been attached to the ealebra
ed GROVER & BAKER SEWING MAGILL:IES
The above machines will wilco altber the chain or
Lock Stitcb,(atltch alike on lmtkaurfnoes). Call and
see theta work. Tor further Inforuiottoti serite to or cel
April 464 f.
OMB ,TIVO JIM
YOU can save from 10 to 30 per et
by buying your Instruments from
E. 3. Gr3FILMM.Z.IIO,
STEINWAY & SONS,
CHECKERING & SONS,
RAVEN & BACON'S.
THE UNION PIANOFORTE CO'S
GEORGE M GUILD & CO'S.
AND ALL OTHER MAKES OF -
MASON & HAMLIN'S, nod
GEO. WOODS & CO'S celebrnted
or any other make desired. Also, kIELODEONS, GUI
TARS, V/OLINB, German Accordeone, Sheet Music, Mu
sic hooks, &c.
Now and good Pianos for $3OO and upward..
New 9 Octave Organs for $5O
Now Melodeons for 70 "
MAII Instruments Warrantedfor,five years.
Agents supplied at wholesale picas, the same as in the
Call on or address IS. J. GREENE,
api2,7o 2d floor Leister's New Building.
TO THE N. E. CORNER OF DIAMOND.
Boot and Shoe Emporium.
I JOHN H. WESTBROOK
Respectfully informs the citizens of Huntingdon and
vicinity that ho has just received from the city a Raw and
splendid stock of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sack
Trunks, &e:, &c., &c.
all of which he is prepared to sell at greatly reduced prices
Don't forget the new stand in the Diamond. Old cast°.
mere and the public generally are invited to call.
Huntingdon, up. 7, 1869.
FM GEO. SHAEFFER
6 •ltasjust returned from the emit with
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &a,
Which he offers to the inspection of his customers and
the public generally. Ile will sell his stock at the moll
and those who purchrme once will surely call again.
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and REPAIRING done In the neateat and most expedi•
Call upon Mr. Schaeffer at hie shop on Hill street, a
few doors west of-the Diamond. ap. 14, ISM
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Informs Enttto Lee
opened %d the
A Fine Assortnient 'of 'all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,'
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
All of which to, will sell at fair prices. Quick rater and
smallprofits. Call sod examine my stock.
Ma'aufacturing and Repairing done to order as usual.
Huntingdon, Ap. 14. 1569.
READ AND BE POSTED !
TO THE NEWLY MARRIED
New Furniture, &c.
THE undersigned would respectfully
I announce *babe manufactures and keeps constantly
on band x la.gs and splendid assortment of
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
WASH CANDLE STANDS
Windsor and cane seat chairs. cupboards, gilt and rose
wood moulding for mirror and picture frames. and a vari
ety of articles not mentioned, at prices that camant fail to
Be le also agent for the well known Bailey di Decamp
patent spring Bed Bottom.
Tice public are invited to call and examine his stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
. Work and loam room on.lllll street, near Staab oils
door west of Yenter's Store.
Hantingdes, keg. I, 1551
U. B. LEWIS, Agent,
Ldaa'a Building, up stalri
AND ALL IN WANT OF
➢OOTH LAST CORKEIeFOIIRTII Ail) MINI FM,
E.OI.IILOOTE, (formetly of Huntingdon C 0.,) Egon%
Centrally located and the most convenient point for
merchant., afelting. the city. Accommothtlens 'alb*
Bra-clam. All the modern improvements. Every at
tention will la/extended to guesis. JandAys
3 Barclay St., N.Y. or 38 W. 4tli St., Cincinnati, 0.
If they - want the most Popular and best selling
subscription books - published. and the most he.
&al terma. Send for circulars. Theywlll cost you
nothing, and maybe or great benefit to you.
MISS MARY B. AERTSBN
Miss DIARY E. STEITEii
19111 Ite4pen their
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JOHN, CR 117J/P, POopOr.
OEO. FESSALAN, Supt, •
rrt 11 M Great American Ilealth Restorer, perinea
the blood and cures:Scrofula, Syphilis; Ain'
Diseases. Rheumatism. Diseases of Yeomen and all ,
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neve. Recommended by the Medical Faculty and
thousand of our beat citizens.
'Reed tlio testimony of Physicians and patients
who have used Rosadalis send for our Randal Is,
Guido to Health or Almanac for this year, which
we publish for graluitous dlstilbution ;AC will
give you much valuable Information.
Mr. It. W. Carr, of Baltimore: says: ,
T take pleasure in rec.mmendeng your Reseda'.
Is as a very powerful alterative., I - have seen it
used In two cases with happy results--one in case
of secondary eyphlile, in which the patient pro.
pounced himself cured rifler having taken five
bottles elf yoUr medicine. The other is a coos of '
scrofula along standing, which is rapidly ins.
proving under Re use, and the indications are -
'that the patient will soon recover. I have care•
!folly examined the formula by which your 'Hoak, t
daiis is made, and find It an excellent compound -
at all alterative Ingredients. •
Dr. Sparks. of hicholasville. Ify., eaya ho bee
need' ltosadalis in cases ofecrofula and secondary
Syphilis with satisfactory results—us a cleaner of
the blood I know no better remedy. • '
Samuel 0. McFadden, Morn oeboro' Tennessee„
I have used seven bottles of Ilosedalls, and am
entirely cured of Rheumatism; amid me four bet.
Iles, as I wish it for my brother, who bus
lone sore ey es.
Bettjamin Bechtol, of Limn, Ohio, writes, I hare
i suffered for twenty years with an inveterate srup•
thin over my body ; a short time since pur
chased a bottle of nosadalis and It effected a pen
Rom:Walla la sold by Jolin Read and 8.8. Brunk
Huntingdon, l'a., and Di uggista generally. •
Labratory, 61Exchange Mace, Baltimore.
CLEHENTn & CO.,
Feb. 29-1 yr. 2 or 3 p
Highest Premium, Silver 51edal, awarded over all
contpetttlon,at alethanice' lixhibittoa, Boston, Ostoloer,
The original and goduine
WI CH PATENTED DUST SCREEN,
GRATE BAR RESTS, and
and AUTOMATIC REGULATOR.
For Burning Anthracite or Bituminous
Coal or Wood.
10 slzea for brickwork, and two sizes Portable
MAIUMACTINLED min' DT
J. REYNOLDS & SON,. ..‘
N. W..CORNER 13m AND FILBERT STS.
These floaters are made of heavy Wrought-Iron, welt
riveted together, and are warranted to be absolutely gag
and dust tight. They arc the only heaters that aro mail.
aged without any dampers, end In which all kiuda of
fuel can be burned without alteration.
COOKING RANGES for hotels restaurants.
Also, a FLAT-TOP HEATING RANGE.
FIRE PLACE HEATERS,
LOW DOWN GRATES,
REGISTERS AND VENTILATORS
Pamphleta giving full deseriptlon, tient free to any ad
dress (June 214y=70.)
FARMERS EXAMINE AND BUY
The First Raw Bone Phosphate Made.
All others are imitation
33-atk.4740,1E1E 9 113
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
T RADE MARK ,
TWO Stattusa is wale ohms/ and unburned bones, - dab
In Nitrogenous matter, dissolved la oil or vitrol, present.
iug the Bone Phosphate in ahighly soluble and - quickly
available form, and the Ammonia in each proportion as
to insure a prompt and vigorous action upon the crops.
Where Bough s Phosphate was applied the past MBBllotl,
the indications. without exception, aro that it will male
thin its well earned reputation. Wo request all In ne
of a Fertilizer to give this article a trial. •
BAUGH & SONS,
Office, No. 20 13outti Delaware Averree
March 8-6 m PIIILA
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