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Mood* . morning, Sept. 6, 1870.
HUGH LINDSAY, - 1. EDITORS
7 f "Globe" has the largest number of
readers of any other paper published in the
county. Advertisers should remember this.
DANIEL J. MORRELL,
OP CAMBRIA COUNTY.
FOR STATE SENATORS,
D: I WALKhR WOODS, of Mifflin Co
W5l. P.,WILSON, of Centro 'County.
• - FOR ASSEMBLY.
DAVID - ETNIER, of Mount Union borough
THOS.-T:.McCOY, of Mifflin -county.
FOE ASSOCIATE JUDGE
a: ( - BEAVER, of Penn township
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER.
A.13R.1:11I:E. MILLER. of Barren Township
FOR DIRECTOR OF TILE POOR
JO,UN P STEWART, - Of Oneida township
, • HOR .71SqtY ,COMMISSIONER.
S. ;EIt,YEEN, CITANEY, of Huntingdon,
. • - • 1:1R AUDITOR.
HENRY NEFF,. of West township.
bounty; Comniittee' Meeting.
The Iteintblican County Committee will
:nest at the Court : House in Huntingdon on
Friday, the.9th:of September, at one o'clock
P,M. rat is hoped that_overy 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' tolhe Convention is as follows :
Attiaizth4d—Win. M. Pliilliys, W Hewitt
S: MeCahan, Jessie Beigle
Barree-- , Jainee'Stowart, Alfred•W Kenyon
Bradyr7:Martin L Shaffner, E A.Green
Broad ,Top city—J D Lewis, S H Houck
Oassvi//e 7 -George M Groan, J. M. Wilson
Cass—Joseph Parks, John D. Boring
.Carbon- , D E ,Conrad, John Palmer
CoalmontL-Tho'S. Thompson, Abraham Brod
Clay—Sanil:MoVittY,'S L Glasgow.
Cromwell—Alvah Lynn, Orbison Crum
Dlibisn—H 0 Robinson; Wm. Clymnns.
Franklin—John Laporte, J. A, Deavor.
Henderson-LGeorge Numer, F. Corbin.
Hopewell—Geo. Berkstresser; 11. Clapper.
filtihtingdon,E. TV.—K M King, T W Alyton
" W.' 11 7 .- 2 -W. K. Burchinell, H. Rhodes.
Jackson—James II Lee; John M Oaks
Juniatri—john-Corbin, Wm. Boonneman
Lincoln—John Fulton, Henry Shultz
.Mapleton—D. H.. Foster, 11. H. Swoop°.
!Morris—J K. Templeton, Dr. S. Tnompson
Itft. Union—John S. Bares T. A. Appleby.
211 e. Union dial.—Jon. Doyle, Wm. X. Myers
Orblionia—Wm. L.• Miller, Jns. S Chilcoate.
Oneida—Elisha Shoomoker, Jacob Miller
Penn—Michael Garner, Jacob Halley.
Petersburg—Jos. Johnston, Henry Orlady.
Porter—Joseph A. Green, Henry W. Swoope
Shirley—Wm. L Spanogle, Richard Colegate
Shirleysburg—John Kerr, William Harris
Springfield—N Madden, J. C. Brewster
Tell-.-John P. Meillath, Valentine Schmittel.
.7W-7-Jonathan Evans, R ll,Crum.
Three Springs—P II Bence, E G Heck
Union—J. C. Wright, George Miller.
Walker—John P. Watson, John Brewster.
Brarriormark—Richard Wills,Geo. Guyer
zipper West—John Neff, Huh T. Johnston
:Lower West—James-Wilson, Henry Neff.
J. SYLVANIA BLAIR,
.: :Chairman Rep.. Co. Com.
Andrew Johnson has declined
to be a candidate for Congress in Ten
nessee.: An exchange wickedly sug.
gests that the reason ho declines hi he
Wants to commence again as Alder.
' ma.. The "Wbite'lllen's Party" met
in Convention in.this place on Tues
day of last week, but adjourned over
until to-day; Tuesday, without mak
ing any nominations. Some thirty
delegates, were in attendance. .
Our Ticket Complete.
Tho conferences have met and have
giventis as'our. candidates, for Con.
gross, D. J. Morrell, of Cambria coun
ty; for Senator, D. Walker Woods, of
Mifflin county,' Win. P. Wilson, of Cen
tre county; for Assembly, David Et
nior,..of Huntingdon County,. T. F.
McCOy, *Mifflin county. With our
local county nominations, the tickot is
now complete, and it will be' for the
Repnblican,voters of the districts to
say by What majorities the gentlemen
shall b'e elected.. The ticket is not as
we would have made it, but it is the
tickey'rmfoinated . and will be support
ed by the Ropublican party.
Minority County Convention.
The minority county convention as
sembled at _Reading on Wednesday
last, and remained in session ono day.
A number of resolutions were passed,
of which: the following is the sub
That thepractioe of submitting all
matters of local legislation to the ex
clusive control oflocal Representatives
hais'praeticably placed the local, polit
ical and business interests of minority
constituencies at, the mercy of majori
ty local representatives, and has affor
ded such a continued series of wrongs
and petty opprossion, as loudly calls,
"'That there is no other remedy ei
cept in a system which will secure • to
cavil local.,minority“ its' proportional
share- of ' local' representation; that
scroll minority representation will les
sen" unjust partiianship, and promote
greater purity in legislation.
The mooting was addressed by Hon.
Charles B. Backalew, the champion
of the system of - cumulative or free vo
tin.g. lle explained the system to be
the-right to distribute or, concentrate
the vote'of an individual among the
candidates' presented for his choice,
and contended that in Courts of Jus
tice, tho Judges, should be of different
political complexions, so that when a
citizen went into court ho could soo
political friend upon the bench. A
letter was read from John W. Forney,
Esq., who also . favors the system as
adopted in Illinois.
we. Subscribe for TUE GLOBE
THE WAR ENDED,
At last the welcome news has reach
ed us that the terrible war in Europe
between France and Prussia has come,
to an end by the surrender of the
French army under Marshal .111acMa
hon to Ring William, and the arrest
of Emperor Napoleon. A month and
a half gone, but not without witness
ing a largo and woll•contested battle
field on the western border of France,
where now lies thousands of good sol
diers, a sacrifice to the ambition of
war thirsty monarchs. low many
have been killed and wounded in that
short month (the battle of Saarbruck
occurred on the 2d of August) has not
been told; but enough have fallen to
blast the name of the Emperor, who
has mot the fate he so justly deserved:
Napoleon, humiliated• by his defeat,
scorned by his countrymen, denoune t
ed by the people of every clime; may
now live in obscurity to count tho cost
of the struggle he precipitated, and
ruminate over the folly of kings seek
ing to make their name imperishable
on the gory field of battle. And was
not the prussian king equally anxious
to havo his posterity, honored on the
same bloody arena ? What did his
message concerning "Our Fritz," the
Crown Prince, mean ? Was ho not
anxious to spread btoadcast his deeds
of daring on the battle field, so as to
add new lustre to the name of the pre
sent dynasty . ? The king of Prussia
may glory too much over the down
fall of NapoloOn, and if his ambition is
not tempted to try other fields, it will
be well with him and his people.
There aro over ono hundred ladies
announced to take the field as lecturers
the coming season. It was left for
free America to test the ability of wo
men in this field, and with such favor
do they meet that we would not be
surprised 'to hear of a larger number in
future years. Of course, the most of
them have the one topic "Women's
Rights," and if the naughty men do
not get enough of Caudle lectures this
winter, it will be because they won't
listen to what the fair orators have to
Our candidates for State Sena
tor aro D. Walker Woods, of Lewis•
town, and Wm. P. Wilson, of Belle
fonte—both able lawyers and very re
speetable gentlemen. Gen. McCoy of
Lewistown, ono of our candidates for
the Legislature was ono of our candi
dates last year, and with 'Mr. Swoop,
defeated. Ho is a good man, and with
Mr. Etnier, cannot fail to be elected
ne„„The Democratio Congressional
Conference met at Altoona on Friday,
and nominated B. Milton Speer, of this
place, to run against D. J. Morrell.
R. Bruce Petrikin and Dr. Crawford
of Juniata county are the Democratic
nominees for the State Senate, and
Harry McAteer and Mr. Rohrer, of
Mifflin, Legislative candidates.
rgirlion. John Covodo has boon re
elected Chairman of the Republican
B.UNTINGDON, Aug. 30, 1870
Agreeable to notice, the conferees
of the 17th Congressional District met
at the Jackson House, at 1 o'clock, p.
m., the following conferees being pres
Cambria county—James Cooper, H.
A: Boggs, A. G.. Mullin.
Blair county—S. R. Schmuelter,John
Loudon, D. T. Caldwell.
Huntingdon county—G. IV. Johnston,
Gen. S. M. Green, H. Clay Marshall.
.21.461/11 county—Gen. J. P. Taylor,
Jos. A. Major, L. L. Ellsworth.
On motion of Gen. S. M. Greon,who
acted as Chairman of last Conference
Meeting, G. W. Johnston, of Hunting
don, was called to the Chair, and D.
T. Caldwell, of Blair, appointed Secre
On motion of Gen. J. P. Taylor, of
Mifflin, Hon. D. J. Morrell, of Cam
bria, was declared the unanimous
choice of this District, as the nominee
In addition to the resolutions for
mally adopted, the convention unani
mously put forth the following
In presenting the Hon. Daniel 7.
Morrell to the voters of the 17th Con
gressional District, as a candidate for
re-election to the House of Represen
tatives, the members of the Confer
ence feel that they are giving effect to
the true theory of Republican Govern=
Signifying his wish to devote him
self to his private business, and refus
ing to 'make any effort to secure a re
nomination=leaving that question en
tirely to, the people they have in
every county of the District,, with a
full knowledge and appreciation of hie
publio services, called upon him to
forego his own wishes and again give
them the benefit of his industry, expo
riened and practical ability, by serv
ing them for another term in the Na
Such an endorsement has far more
significance than any formal resolu
tions wo could pass.
Upon the record of these public
services, we place him before the peo
ple in response to their own call.—
They have found him the tried and
faithful friend of the government dur
ing the dark years when armed trea
son sought refuge and 'allies in its
counsels; the constant supporter of the
nation's credit against all attempts at
repudiation ; the able and efficient ad
vocate of the interests of American
labor in all its branches, mechanical,
manufacturing, commercial and agri
cultural; the fearless expositor of the
fallacies and misrepresentations of the
agents of "free trade" seeking to de
prive the American laborer of employ
ment, and the farmer of his home
markets without restriction to the
products of the pauper labor of Europe;
the friend of President Grant's admin.
istration of all measures by which it is
relieving the people of the burdens of
and gradually paying the
National debt:; the true representative
over at his post and watchful of the
interests of his constituents; and as
such wo believe they will not only se
cure their own interests but confer a
benefit upon the country at large by
his triumphant re-election.
Tho following Resolutions, offered
by Gen. S. M. Green, were unanimous
ly adopted :
Resolved, That the co-operation of
President Grant in all measures tend.
ing to elevate and strengthen the en•
slaved and oppressed of 'all nations
justly entitles him to the support of
the good and true men of all parties.
Resolved, That the administration of
President Grant meets with the hear
ty approval of the Republican party
of this District, and that it unequivo
cally commends the economical policy
pursued in financial affairs.
Resolved, That our confidence in the
statesmanship and patriotism of Hon.
John Scott, is strengthened by his
brief record in the United States Sen
ate, he having proven himself a great
champion of the best interests of our
Commonwealth, and by his earnest
and eloquent appeals in behalf of
American industry be has won the res.
pea' of all right thinking men.
Resolved, That, NV 11 iI o recognizing
the justice and wisdom of neutrality
by our Government in the deplorable
struggle now waging between France
and Prussia , ---•two nations with which
our own is on most friendly terms, wo
nevertheless cannot refrain from giv
ing expression to the earnest hope
that it may result in the spread of Re
publican principles and the elevation
of the people.
On motion, adjourned.
G. W. JOHNSTON,
D. T. CALnwzr.r., Chairman.
Deaths by Lightning.
Additional facts about the destruc
tive lightning stroke at Kingston, N.
Y., on September Ist, have just been
published. The first bolt that killed
any one came at eight o'clock. Five
persons were immediately slain and in
the course of the following day five
more died from injuries they received
at the time. Forty persons have ta
ken shelter from the storm under a
small willow tree. This trop was
next struck, but at about four. feet
from the ground the lightning left it
and killed three of the party, and
stunned all: It at once leaped to a
spot about fifty feet to the south and
killed two persons of another party.
Ono of tho most curious things about
the whole affair was that only colored
people were fatally injured. A white
man who was in the crowd of forty was
knocked twenty feet from whore ho
was standing, and his umbrella was
torn to stripes, but ho sustaining no'
further injury. A boy was standing
near him had an India rubber ring on
his finger with a small iron shield riv-
Rod to it. Tho shield and rivet were
melted and his shoes torn off and yet
ho escaped with his life. The state
ment that the largo • circus tent was
struck was a mistako, though all who
wore inside were more or loss affected
by the lightning, while the boasts were
terribly excited and made most. hide
ous yells and cries. •
Three Men Killed by Lightning
During the terrific thunder storm
of Monday afternoon, a terrible calam
ity occurred at Freeport, Armstrong
county. A gentleman named Groe•
ing, with his two sons, Louis and
Charles, in company with the Sexton,
visited a Church yard for the purpose
of selecting a spot in which to bury a
brother of Mr. Groeing's, then lying
dead in his house. Upon the storm
arising, the party sought shelter un
der umbrellas, and had been but a
moment grouped together when a
fearful bolt of lightning struck them,
instantly killing the Sexton,llines,and
the • two brothers. Mr. Groeing was
stunned, but when ho awoke to a con
sciousness of the terrible calamity
which had befallen him, his feelings
can be bettor imagined than written.
All the parties are well known citi
zens, and the town is mourning for
this complication of misfortunes which
has fallen upon ono of its most esteem
The Great Canada Fires,
A correspondent writes to the Ham
ilton Times : "I came out this morning
from Ottowa. The country on the en
tiro lino of the Ottawa and Prescott
railway is on fire on both sides, all the
way from Ottawa to Prescott. Noth
ing can surpass the gloom which has
settled over Central Canada at the ter
rible visitation through which this
part of the country is now passing—
No one in this district has seen the
sun for days. Some idea may be form
ed of the terrible magnitude of the con
flagration now in progress when you
consider that it has now overrun, and
in many places totally devastated, an
area of at least over two thousand four
hUndred square miles.. Of the amount
of damage done oven the faintest esti
mate cannot be formed.
I passed through two miles of rail.
way in the' township of .osgoode on
Saturday., The flames nearly reached
the windows of the cars in some pla
ces, and some panes of glass were bro
ken by the heat along the way. I
have seen farmers sitting dejected and
in a state, of stupefaction with the
smoke from the smouldering remains
of their devastated farms and home
steads. The worst feature is that the
soil itself is destroyed in many places
by the fire.
AR ODD FELLOW DISAPPEARB.—Cho
razin Lodge, No. 507, I. 0. of 0. F.,
of Titusville, desires to ascertain the
whereabouts of Jonathan Locko,
member of that lodge, who mysteri
ously disappeared from Titusville on
the 6th of July. Ho was seen at Par
kor!s Landing on tho 7th and at Oil
City on the Bth, since which time he
has not been heard of. Ho is 56 years
of ago; has light blue eyes; weight
from 120 to 125 pounds; has but three
fingers on the left hand, the little fin•
gor having been taken off when quite
young. Ho is bald-hoaded and has a
scar on his right cheek. Any inform
ation will be thankfully received by
the above.named lodge. Newspapers
throughout the State will confer a fa
vor by copying this notice.
Latest News !
THE NEWS IN PARIS !
"THE EMPIRE IS DEAD 1"
Etats, Sept. 4.—As tho proclama,
Lion of the Ministers announcing the
capitulation of MacMahon's army and
the capture of the Emperor becomes
known the exeitemont among tho
people becomes indescribable.
PARIS, Sept. s.—lt is now impossi
ble to reach the Corps Iggislatif, ow
ing to the immense crowds surround
ing the building. It is reported that
a vote on the decheance (or forfeiture
of the throne by the Bonaparte faini
ly) has been carried by yoai 185, nays
Great Prussian Victory,
NEW YORK, Sept. 1-3 A. Al —The
Tribune, Times and Herald have all
specials from London confirming the
defeat of MacMahon by Prince Fred
erick Charles, near Beaumont,twenty
five miles from Mezieres. This report
comes not only from special corres
pondents in the field, but from an offi
cial despatch of the Prince, who says,
after two days' bard fighting, ho at
tacked and drove MacMahon back to
wards the Belgian frontier and kept
up pursuit uetil late at night. The
battle-field was so extensive that ho
had not time to estimate the large
number of guns and spoils captured.
The .French encampment was among
tho trophies. Ile was driven toward
Sedan. French adviecs say MacMahon
was at Mezieres.
The Surrender of MaeMahon's Army
Lorniorr, September 3.—A despatch
from Sedan via Bouillon, September 2,
midnight, says the die is cast so far as
MacMahon's army and fortunes of the
empire are concerned. All is over
with Franco. I have already tele
graphed briefly facts of battles of Tues
day and Wednesday, each day's fight
ing being terrific. The results at the
close of each day were favorable to the
Prussians. Thursday at daylight
showed the. French forces reinforced
and occupying a strong elevated posi
tion from Baziller extending down the
railroad . to Deuzy, and thence to Nan•
cy on the lino of the Monson railroad.
At- five o'clock the Prussians recom
menced the battle, making a simulta
neous attack on the French front and
left flank. The fighting was at first
confined to the artillery, both armies
firing incessantly, the French evident
ly having a weaker force of guns than
the Prussians. At noon a fierce at.
tack was made by the Prussian infan
try at Danzy, with the object of weak
ening the French center, but, after
tremendous fighting, the Prussians fell
back. A pause seemed to take place
at one o'clock, the firing being less in
cessant, but was only a prelude of yet
fiercer assaults. At two o'clock a si
multaneous movement was made along
the whole Prussian lino, the infantry
charging on- - the French guns.
At three o'clock the French lines,
which had been previously firm, wav
ered, and immediately - thereafter
broke. The battle then became a rout.
MacMahon is reported seriously woun
ded. The roads now present a terrible
tt , peet. 'The - French left everything,
firing in every direction and throwing
their arrns, The Prussians pressed
forward, bent upon cutting off their
retreat toward Belgium. The Prus
sian troops used the bayonet with ter
rible effect. -Night closed on the rout
and pursuit,Jeaving the Prussians ga
thering in Urge numbers around Se
dan. The Emperor remained at Sedan
throughout the battle.
At half-paSt two o'clock a message
was sent to the 'Emperor at his head
quarters, advising him to fly to Belgi
um, but he as too ill to undertake the
This morning the Prussians pre
pared to attack Sedan, which was not
in condition to resist. At twelve a
party of officers, headed by General
Wimpffen, left Sedan, bearing a flag of
truce. It was received by tho advanc
ed guard and conducted to the Prussi
an headquarters, where the General
formally surrendered the French army
and fortress to King William. The
French army also bore a letter from
the Emperor Napoleon to King Wil
liam, stating that ho desired to surren
der himself, hot having any command.
The formal capitulation took place at
half past one o'clock. It is said the
Emperor will be sent under a strong
escort to Madgeburg, but his destina
tion is a secret: A large number of
French escaped into Belgium.
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ORPHANS' COURT SALE.
By 'virtue of an order issued out of
the Orphans' Court of Huntingdon county, I
will expose to public sale on the premises in
On Tuesday, Septcniber 27th, 1870,
The following described real estate:
A TRACT OF LAND
situated in Cromwell township, on the public
road lending from Mt. Union to Chambers
burg, adjoining lands of Thomas Ashman on
the east, Peter Secrist on the north, Enos
McMullin on the west, and lands of Rock-
Hill Iron Works on the south, containing
144 ACRES, more or less. The improve
ments consist of a FRAME DWELLING
HOUSE, and Bank Barn, Double Wagon
Shed, and a good Orchard bearing fruit.—
Also, a number of peach, pear and cherry
trees, a never-failing spring of water and a
good well in the yard. Two streams of wa
ter run through the premises, and there is
iron ore and good limestone on the farm.
Trams OF SALE.—One - third of the pur
chase money to be paid at November court on
the confirmation of the sale, and the balance
in two equal annual. payments with interest,
to be secured by the bonds and mortgage or
judgment bonds of the purchaser.
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Huntingdon, Oct 80
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
[Dilate of Rev. W. It. MILLS, deed.]
Letters of administration upon the estate alter. W. R.
Mills, late of Jackson Township, deceased, haring been
panted to the undersigned, all persons Indebted to the
estate will make payment, and those having claims will
present theta for settlement. , _ .
JOHN OAKES, Sit.
Aug. 3041 t
to tiro Ropubli.ll voters of Huntingdon county:
I announce myself as an "Independent Candidate" for
Associate Judge, and ask the support of nil honest and
independent men who hate rings and "ring" candidates.
Having stood by the Republican party from its birth up
until its betrayal of the people, in the fraudulent adop
tion of the Fifteenth Amendment; I fool that 1 should
have some claims upon the true men of that party.
I stand upon the Chicago platform, upon which Gen .
Grant was elected ; but I utterly repudiate the fraud and
outrage by which the right of nogroos to vote has been
declared apart of the fundamental law of the laud. blot
ting out a part of the Constitution of our own State,
which as °filters we aro sworn to support.
If elected, I will endeavor to discharge my duties faith
fully, and I flutter myself thatmy profession in life has
not unfitted me for the position, besides, it would often
bo found a great convenience to have au Absociato Judge
residing in Huntingdon.
Aug. 234 e JOHN WILLIAMSON.
H. D. RHODES,
Respectfully informs his friends and the public gener
ally that he has trought the store of 0. Long,
1N WEST HUNTINGDON,
ank is prepared to offer goods in his line Cheaper than
the cheapest. I have a very tins stock of the following
Dry Goods, Groceries, Bats and Caps, Boots
and Shoes, Glassware, Queensware, &c.;
all of which will be sold cheap.
Produce taken In exchange for goods.
11. D. RHODES.
West Huntingdon, Aug. 2-3 m
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r,ko''' COUNTRY DEALERS can
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WHOLESALE no cheap rta they eau in tho
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PUBLIC SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE.
[Estate of Dr. Eliphas Bigelow, deceased.]
There will be sold at public sale, on the
premises, in Jackson Township, Huntingdon
county, Pn., on
FRIDAY; 14th day of. OCTOBER, 1870,
at 10 °Mon, a. m., the following Real
THE MANSION FARM,
containing 230 acres, nearly all cleared, fen
ced and cultivated; bounded by lands of
Robt. Huey and Sarah Porter, on the west;
by lands of Wm. Cole's heirs on the south ;
by John Barr's heirs on the east; by Wm.
Reed and others on the north; having thereon
a large log-frame house, bank barn, good
tenant house, stable, three orchards, &c.—
This is a valuable praperty, having about 72
acres of meadow, and is in good condition.
2d.—A tract of about 72 acres of timber
land, adjoining the south-east corner of the
3d.—A lot of ground containing obout 169
perches, bounded by lands of Samuel Watt,
John Ayers and Samuel Bickets, formerly
owned by Wm. Porter.
4th.—Tract of 15 acres, more or less, in
Jackson township, bounded by land of Jas.
Bell on the west, Samuel Watt on the north,
Samuel Musser on the east, and Stone Creek
on the south, having house and stable there
sth.—Tract of 6 acres of meadow land
cleared,:known as the Alexander Johnston
lob, bounded by lands of John Triester and
Win. Davis on the south, and Stone Creek on
the north, and Wm. Davis on the east. No
Thenbove lands lie on Stone Creek, about
two and-a-half miles north-east of McAlavy's
Thero will ho sold • on the premises near
Masseysburg, Huntingdon county,
On Saturday,' October 15th, 1870, •
at 1 o'clock, p. m., the following described
TRACT OF LAND,
containing 111 Acres, composed of three
smaller tracts, bounded by lands of Samuel
Croyle, Joseph Powell and others, being
nearly all cleared and cultivated, and hrving
thereon a house and stable. All grain in
the ground reserved,
Possession given on 14th November, 1870,
subject to the rights of the tenants. •
There will be sold in Belleville, Mifflin
county, Pa., on FRIDAY, 21st October, 1870,
at 1 o'clock, p. m., the following property:
About 2 acres of ground, in Belleville,
fronting on the public street, bounded by
lands of Shem Yoder and others, having
thereon a brick house and stable.
Also, a lot of ground in the adjoining vil
lage of Mechanicsville, containing about half
an ntre, fronting on main street, and bounded
by lot of Joseph Potts on the south, and an
alley on north and east, having thereon two
frame and one log dwelling houses, log sta
ble and other improvements. Possession
given on Ist April, 1871.
TERMS OF SALE.—One-third of tho purchase
money to be paid at Huntingdon, on the J4th
November, 1870, when deed will be made ;
one-third in one year thereafter, with inter
est, and the remaining third at the death of
the widow of Dr. Bigelow, the interest there
of to be paid to her annually during her life,
the whole to ho secured by the judgment
bonds of the purchaser.
ISRAEL BIGELOW, Kum JOHNSON,
LEBBEUS BIGELOW, NANCY MILLER,
JAS. 11. BIGELOW, LEWIS BIFELOW,
REBECCA BIGELOW, JACOB BIGELOW,
WILLIAM NALE, Guardian of Brown and
McAlevy's Fort, Aug. 30•td
T AND FOR SALE.—
NTHo subscriber desires to dispose, with part of his lend
situato along the Big Bughwick Creek, in Cromwell Lwp.
Hun tiugdon county, and ono mile west from Orbisonia.
This land is of a good (plenty of bottom.land, moll sup—
plied with never-failing tunings and sufficient amount of
gond timber, convenient to mills, stores, ,matkets, Post
offices and Churchee. bill sell to suit purchasers, both
in amount of land Mom one acre upwards] and in terms
There is a saw mill on said p notices in amplo order, to
saw all kinds of building lumber. Titles good. Como and
see! Now is the limo to secure your solves phasant
homes. Apply to tile subscriber on the premises or ad-
JOAN B. SIIIINEFELT,
VALUABLE MILL AND FARM,
Situated on the Ray,town Branch ' of theJuniata riser,
at the mouth of James Creek, one nhalf miles from Mar
klestntra Station on the Huntingdon and Broad Top
Railroad, Huntingdon county, Ca.
111111 louse, 43x60 feet one story stone,
and two of Frame,
Very strong and permanently intuit. Four pairs of mill
stones, tut) water wheels 14 fad high, over shot, in good
A Two-Story Brick House
For miller; with citable, garden, &c,
• Farm contains 329 ACHEB, 150 acres in cultivation,
50 In meadow, having thereon a largo
STONE .MANSION HO USE,
two stories high, bank bars, wash house, and other out
buildings. Also, two teLant houses, nod Blacksmith
shop. Por further particulars, Inqui:o of
JACOB If. MAT,
Aug. 234 f James Creek P. 0.
_ VALUABLE FARM LAND
The undersigned offers for anlo a
Located in Barren township, Huntingdon county, near
Goss' iHill,land containing 100 acres of good farming
land, well watered, and inn good otato of cultivation.
Tim improvements consist of a good
TWO-STORY LOG HOUSE,
Weather boarded, A LOG BAR N, Wagon shod,
Corn Crib. blacksmith shop excellent spring house and
other outbuildings. There is au orchard of choice ap
ple trees on the premises.
For terms and other information regarding tho prop
erty, apply to the undetsigucd on the promises.
July 26, 1870-2in.3m, Cornpropst Mills, P.O.
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE
IN WEST HUNTINGDON.
Doy Lots from first hauls at
Purchasers desiring to build can bale very liberal
terms as to payments. Now is the time to invest. Ap•
ply to [Jy2ltf] It. ALLISON MILLER.
In 4 '2
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F.g:.=.,..f%1.--i, :,.!; :.H: 1
No. 902 CHESTNUT STREET,
Have Jest received by Stonner another Inrgo supply of
COPENHAGEN WATCHES )
Espechtily mane factored for their poles by
These Watches aro distinguialied asexeelling in
Quality, Style and Acouracy.
• Hat in g the most convenient arrangement for winding
and Butting, and furnished et a very moderate tote.
Also, our full lino of
GENEVA, ENGLISH & AMERICAN
FINE GOLD WATCHES.
Relinblo time keeper:On every arioly of !WWI and
m ice, direct front this Icturers, etch nosiest and
best styli s of
Gold Chains, Seals, Keys, (Pc., ifc., &C.
TIMERS FOR TILE TURF
Inter-State Fair !
AT IRON CITY PARK,
SeDt, 12, 13, 14, 15 ail 16, '7O.
For the General Exhibition of Live Stock
Agricultural implements, iltachiiierg,
New Inventions, hiaunfitetures, ' - •
The Fine Arts, dc.,5.C7a, r' ,
WHILE this Fair has been inatita
tea for Western Pennsylvania; Western New
York, Eastern end Solithern • Ohio 'und West., Virginia
competition Is invited from all sections. ' • •
PREMIUMS EXCEED $lO,OOO
CEIArO HOST LIBERAL IN ALL- DE
PARTMENTS. • „
IN GRAND TRIALS OF SPERO.' !-;
There aro three Premiums of $lOO, each. Two of $75
and five of $5O each.
The great life size painting by the Poet Artist, T. Ittl
channtt Iteade, has been secured ; which, with other se
lect paintings, Will form a special Art Repository. Mr. J.
B. Roberts, the (eminent tragedian and elocutionist will
recite the poem of Sheridan's Ride three times each :day.
For ovtalognes or information, address the Secretary
Space for special exhibitions can be secured.
110 N. JOHN E. PARKE, President.
HON. A. B. LONOAKER, SecretarYi ,
Aug 1.13.31 No.lo Sixth St. Pittslitirgh: Pa.
NEW STOVE AND TIN STORE.
BUCHANAN, ALLISON & CO
Dave opened a new store in Yenter's new building, in,
the Diamond, Huntingdon, Pa., and hero ready for sale
a lan go assortment of
Cook and Parlor Stoves,
SPEER'S REVOLVING LIGHT, , -
SPEER'S ANTI-DUST COOK STOVES,
S3IITIPS REGULATOR and EUREKA COOK STOVES
Aleo, a Inizo aesortmont, of • :
AIPID MtBEO V/41111%.
and a'great variety of Goods, never before kept in this
place. Wo also manufacture
TIN WARE TO ORDER. •
Repairing, Roofing and Spouting done nt short notlcO
4-V - Country Stores supplied with Tin Ware at city.
Confident of being able to make it advantageous to•
their customers thoy respectfully solicit a share of public
ROOM IN YENTER'S NEW BUILDING
IN THE DIAMOND, lIITNTINODON, PA
Jnn. 5, 1570
WILLIAM B. ZEIGLER,
Ladies' Cents and Children's Furnishing Goods, and
Et inunings, of all kinds. A largo stock of
PIQUAS, INDIA TWILLS,
LINENS, of all grades, GLOVES,
and Hosiery for men, women and Children.' Thlbotand
GROCERIES and PROVISIONS.
A general assortment of goodsi• al
ways at lowest cash prices, and of the
Butter, Eggs, &c.,taken in exchange
llmilinglon, April 20,1870. • •
Now Cheap .Stare.
Crownover & Decker,
Have just opened at their new' store, west
end of Hill Street, next door to the National
Hotel, near Fisher's Mill, in Huntingdon, a.
large arid selected stuck of ,
BOOTS AND SHOES, .
FISH and SALT,
FLOUR and CROP,
And everything else generally kept in a
first class store.
Everything new and selling cheap, for: **
CASH OR PRODUCE. •
May 21.6 m. dnowNovEit & DECKER
Oa the corner, opposito the Exchange Hotel,
Will have a good selectitin of drugs, medicines, &a.
roll, reliable druggists, also a groat variety of notions,
ancy articles, perfumeries, patcutmedicines, tollet,koapa
brushes stuffs, groceries, &c, Sm.
THE DRUG DEPARTMENT
Will be conducted by Dr. Thos. Johnston, who has been
in the practice of medicine for over forty yearn, which
will bo a great advantage to those buying, medicines for
family use, where it isnot convenient to emt Inf a physi•
clan. Advice given when medicines aro wanted. Per
scriptions carefully compounded.
Dr. Johnston is a native of this town, and studied,
medicine under the celebrated Dr. Henderson, whose rep•
übdlon is well remembered by all old citizens.'
Cold sparkling soda meter can be had during the rum
mer, drawn from Tuft's celebrated Arctic Fountains,
which is now considered the beat in use
May 24, .101111 - STON/t CO.
Ti if BERSON, •
Wholesale and Retail dealer in
(Near thO Broad Top R R. Corner,)
R.:3lcllturtrie fleeing disposed of bit stock tome Thavo.
taken charge of this establishment with a determination
to please customers with the finality and prices of Se
gets, smoking and thatches. Tobaccos, , and will be
pleased to receive a liberal share' of public patronage.
Dealers will find it to their interest to buy from me,
aa I ma prepared to sell as low as eastern dollen.
Aug 9-70 JACKSON LAMBEKSON,
Williamsport Dielillsoll Somillary,
FOR 330'1'H S.M/ES.
Rev. W. Leo Spottswood, D. D. RreaWont, with a fun
and exporiCnced corps of teachers. Charges moderato.--
Situation delightful. Tho oxtensi:ro buildings are being.
thoroughly repaired. TIN NEXT TERM BEGINS AU—
UST 25, 1870.
For further information address the President, or send.
ITUNTINGDON COUNTY, PA,
NEXT SESSION OPENS SEETE'SIBEE Ist, 1870.
L. 0, 001 011,
For Circulars liddress
July 26-6 t,
/[ILK AND CREAM.
LT" Having purchased the Interest of James D ickey,
VALLEY FARM DAIRY,
I am now in epared to supply in abundance, pare Mk,
Cream, fresh laid eggs, and other Deducts of tho
FARM AND. D.AIRY-.
Customers will so served With i egularity by myself.
Aug.23•tf. CHARLES A.ESTES
V.~VTM. LEWIS, Dealer in Books., Sta
tionery and Mlltlie' 111,truateute, corner of tho
July 39 tSoi