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Tuesday morning, Sept. 13, 1870.
LOCAL Sc PERSONAL.
Mt. Mortals Lodge, No. 300, A. H., meets second
Monday evening ad each month, In Brow Lee building.
Nancling .atone H. It. A. Chapter, No. 201, 'meets the
first Tuesday tcelltug of tort mouth, iu Braw u's building.
Juniata Lodge, .iNo. 117, 1 0. 0. F., meets every Friday
evening, third floor, to Leieter's
Mount Hor (limp of I. 0. 0. E, meets every second
and fourth Tuesdays, in holster's building, third door.
Standing Stone Lodge, No. 0. G. T., meets every
Tuesday evening ill third fluor of Head's building.
.arrupahoe Tribe, No. 08, /. 0. of lt. ilhoneets every
Thursday evening, third fluor, Luister's building.
Taentg ,Wen's Gliristian Association mime the first and
third Monday evenings each month, in Smith's building.
l'ost 33, 0. A_ It., meets 'lliad Monday of .01 Mouth
lu Cuurt House.
Town Council meets the first Friday ev cnitig of each
Iluntingthm Lodge., Su. 149, of P., meets every Sta
nfill), evening, buildmg.
Ilmainaawa temple of llGnor, No 71, meets the fourth
blutulay el ouch tuunth in thoof remplAre
Ihe IrebsteriUn Club meets every 'Thursday uverking, iu
tin Y. 31. C. A. mum.
- - -
Huntingdon Commit, 0. V". Y. , meets first and third
Tursdu)s °conch month in (Mud 'Anvils. Mil.
Baptist Church—Washington Sta est. Rev. J. W. Plan
nett. Services on Sabbath : lu4 a. ni., 7p. m.
Catholic—Washington Street. Rev. It. J. tqltvaitl. ler.
vices first three sunda3s iu oterp mouth.
Elwangelieal Lutheran—Malian :Area. Rev. J. J. Kerr.
sexy.% on Sabbath 10M a. m., 7p. m.
Dorman Reformed—Church Stint. Km S. D. Steckle.
basics on sabbath: 7. p. m.
Methodist Ltd.:opal—Church Street. Rev. M. K. Foster
cervices ou salitiath 10% 0. us., 7p. us.
Protestant Episcopal—hilt suet. ltev. A. IL Bo) le,
sots lees on subbath : 10% a. in., 1,34 p m.
Fresh} terian—Rill Street. hey. G. W. Zalunser. Ser-
vices on Sabbath : 11 a. ut , 7 p.m.
On the W Ina
Beautiful—theso moonlight nights
In search of warm climates—Flies.
- Cresson Springs close October Ist
Juniata ague is rounti again.
Bedford Springs season over.
Buy your winter coal now.
Sue that you are properly registered
Aro all bald people clear-beaded
Sweet looks have no effect, on coffeo
Tho hopping seeason is over—for
Don't forget the Grand Corn Dance
at AleCaban's woods, to-night.
Started at last—Wise & Taylor's
Theprettiest girls in - Utah generally
marry Young. _
Fiddler Bob Stewart has our thanks
for California and Nevada papers.
Buttermilk and lemon juice is good
:for sun burnt folks.
Jacob Zimmer of Clearfield county,
bung himself on Sunday week.
.The most interesting heavenly ob
ject now is Saturn. Take u peep.
Cock fights are now called chicken
recreations down South.
The birds have given up love mak
ing and housekeeping:
The season for agricultural fairs
This month begins the oyster sea
son. We'll take .a roast.
Looks beautiful—The public school
The white frost will soon appear in
the early morning.
Buckwheat cakes will soon appear
-as morning appetizers
Good peaches and tomatoes are in
tle - mand in Huntingdon.
Pennsyvania has produced 28,00.0,000
slitiriels of petrolium in ten years.
Marrying men prefer widows in
Pittsburgh has a woman suffrage
Mifflin Gas a thousand dollar horse,
owned by .P. S . ulauff.
Register your letters or got a money
order when you wish to mail money
Se, advertisement of Altoona Park
.Association. Exhibition takes place
October sth, 6th and 7th.
Farmers should read the premium
list of the fair this issue.
, - Vather Hayden, a 50 year pastor of
Bedford Catholic church died on 25th.
Short way -to raise calves—Let a
mouse loose at a female tea party.
John Wilt of Sonierset county, was
killed by lightning last week.
Cool—to borrow money and then
neglect to pay it.
The cool nights have an enervating
influence on the mosquitoes. -
Our sportsmen are after squirrels
School books, copy books, slates,
pencils, chalk, ink, &0., at Lewis' book
The borough authorities are extend
ing gas pipe along Washington street
from Bath to West Huntingdon.
Lou Maize, formerly of this place,
is now telegraph operator at Capo
May, N. J.
Lon Koch, of this place, has been
.appointed to the position of brakeman
on Penn'a It. It. •
Over one hundred oil paintings can
be seen at the Castalian Garden on
Alex. Singe, of Somerset oo , had
his head crushed between two heavy
timbers on the 26th ult.
Deer hunting has commenced in the
:northern part of the State. In'this
ylace it has no end. Our devil says so.
The trees have begun to cast off
their clothing, while mankind is put
ting on more.
Our devil says he culls his sweet
'heart "honey" because she is 'tee"-
Karriaburg in population, rates as
the sixth city -in the State. What's
The peach and tomato crops are a
failure everywhere. The potato crop
not half what it was last year.
Professor Klincs' highly renowned
string band will entertain the "hop-
pers" at the corn dance, at AteCahans
woods to night.
Rev. R. E. Wilson was in town last
week, and preached in the Methodist
church on Sunday. le looks well.
The Huntingdon Light Infantry, in
full dress, "cut a swell" through our
streets on Saturday evening' last.
A Missouri census taker found sixty
pairs of twins in one county, all less
than one year old.
The unearthly serenade of our As
sociate on Tuesday night last was about
as heavy as could be endured. It
might have-been declared a nuisance ;
but then, it is not every day that . a
'printer gets married.
George Sweger, of Tyrone township,
L'erry county, fell from over the
threshing floor in his barn, on Tues
day last, striking upon the prong of a
fork, which passed through his abdo
men, injuring him so badly that he
died in less than two hours.
A young son of Mr. James Glonny,
of this place, was seriously injured on
Saturday morning last, by a pannel of
fence falling upon him.
Our neighbor of the Monitor has
purchased the residence on hill street,
formerly owned by sir. Simpson, and
is making a beautiful residence of it.
Mr. C. Long is erecting another
beautiful brick building on Washing
ton street, West Huntingdon. Mr.
Heliright is also erecting two brick
houses on church street.
Our Associate, Lindsay, has taken
to himself a "better-ball" The hap
py couple deserve a long life of pros
perity and happiness. Now that
courtship is over, it may be expected
that locals will receive proper atten
tion after our Associate returns to his
post of duty.
Jacob Zimmer, a citizen of Brady
township, committed suicide on Sun
day last, a week, by hanging himselt
in his barn. No cause is assigned for
the rash act. Ho leaves a wife and
New phase to the woman question
—Who is to set the fashions now that,
Eugenie is dethroned.
Tho shifting angina jumped off the
track at the coal wharf on Saturday
last. Nobody was hurt.
Henry Snare, carpenter, was injured
yesterday, by falling from a building
he is erecting for Frank Heffright, on
A lady's black sash was lost on Fri
day evening last. The finder will he
suitably rewarded by leaving it at this
A little child. named Blough, was
scalded to death recently in Somerset
co , by the upsetting of a bucket, of
The Young America of this place
and a club from Dudley have a game
of base ball on the fair ground to-day.
Fun and good things at the Red
Men's pie ilk: to-night.
Go the Red Men's pie-nic to night
and shuffle your stogies.
Our devil challenges any Red Men
to a yelling or squealing contest.
Luke the baker, surnamed
is the proper party to call upon in
case of starvation or u prospective
marriage. We speak by the hook.
A young printer made a clean
`•home run" the other night to escape
from ten thousand imaginary assas
sins. When he reached "base" he
was nearly gone up from fright.
A Mr. Dale was murdered by a man
named Harder in Clearfield on the 2d
inst. Cause, whiskey. Dale leaves a
Oh, sweet September ! thy first fresh
breezes bring the dry loaf's rustle and
the squirrel's laughter, the cool fresh
air, whence health and vigor spring,
and promise of exceeding joy hereaf
If you don't want a leather factory
in your stomach, dispense with milk
in your tea and coffee.
Thomas D. Worick was killed by a
party of roughs at the Milesburg
camp meeting on Sunday a week.
A 10 year old daughter of Michael
Miller of Centre township, Perry co.,
was horribly outraged by a villain.
New Paris, Bedford co., bad a sec
ond edition of Noah's flood on the
25th ult. Immense damage.
The public schools are again open,
and once more we are greeted by the
cheerful, bapby faces of groups of
boys and girls wending their way to
school with satchel, book and slate.
Gentlemen whose clothes are not
worn out will be pleased to learn that
fashions will not change much this
Dispatch your business by calling
upon David Woods, the gentlemanly
and efficient manager of the Western
Uuion Telegraph in this place. lie
can always be found at his post in
Lewis' Book Store.
SOMETHING E. C. Sum
mers informs the citizens of Hunting
don and vicinity that he has purchas
ed a large Panorama from Philadel•
phia, and will have it on exhibition at
the County Pair This is one of the
largest collections of Oil Paintings
ever exhibited in the "United States
and is well worth the prise of admis
sion. Every ono should avail there.
selves of this opportunity as it may be
the last chance they may ever have to
see so many and so great a collection
of Paintings in a lifetime. It embrac
ed over two hundred splended Oil
Paintings from some of our greatest
European and American artists. All
are invited to go and see it at the Cas
tilian garden on Saturday Evening
GONE EAST.—Mrs. L• A. Hamer is
now in the cast purchasing her fall
and winter stock, which she expects
to open for public inspection on Tues
day the 27th inst. Mrs. 11 has had
considerable experience in her line of
business, and is fully competent to se
lect good and fashionable goods. 2t.
Excursion trains will be run from
all stations on the Broad Top Road,
and between Perryville and Altoona
on the Penna. Central, during the con•
tinuance of our County Fair, com
mencing September 27th and closing
A lot of advertisements have been
crowded out of this issue. Omissions
will be made good.
atirrAuke Reilly the popular baker
in :this place is constantly receiving
orders for his Bread and Cakes, which
aro pronounced by all to bo excellent,
and also for his candies and syrups
which aro free from all impurities, and
as cheap as can bo had from the cities.
All orders will receive prompt (Men
THE raid —The committees having
charge of the arrangements, aro mak
ing every effort to have the grounds iu
good condition. The premium list
will be found in to-days "Globe." -Far
mers; maimfacturers, and everybody
else should not fail to make the exhi
Retail Market Prices
Butter 25, 3C, us to quality; eggs
18; lard 25; potatoes 6700:50,75; dried
apples 10ets per lb; dried peachesls@
25cts, per lb; beans 10®18c quart; su
gar cured hams 30 ets ; shoulders 20@
22 side 20@22 cts per lb; driedbeef 30
@32 cts; flour 86,50@7,00, per barrel.
Green apples 60 75, as to quality.
Can't be tructereold
Red Front Grocery receives now
supplies almost every day, sells the
most and freshest, and can't be under
sold. New Mess Shad, Dry Salt Rae
and Pickled Herring, the best and
medium Mackerel, White Fish, Trout,
Salmon, &m., cheaper than the cheapest,
Ladles Dresses and Boys Clothing
Mrs. B. Annie McCabe respectfully in
forms the public that she has removed to the
house formerly occupied by 11. MeManigill,
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 Books and Stati onory, 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 tmd
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 retuil_price• Call.
us_ Farmers needing a Grain-drill,
will do well to call on Wharton A: Ma
guire and esamine the Willoughby
gum-spring grain drill, either with or
without phosphate attachment, before
Se — The Gr.onE Office is prepared to
execute all kinds of Job Printing for
the Merchant, Manufacturer, Coal Op
erator, and other business men, at Ices
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
front a generous public. Residence Wash
ington Street, West Iluntin i tf
,CZ' A largo stock of the best Stone
ware, of all kinds, now on hand ut the
Red Front Grocery, and for sale cheap.
or than anywhere else in the county.
tlo..Capt. Thos. S. Johnston of the
Firm of Ilenry & Co., is now in the
east laying in a new supply of goods.
Every body should go and see them.
Ca-Keystone Cider Mills for sale
by A. B. Stewart Co., send for cir
cular. (July 26310.
EgirCider Mills, Grain Separators, Clover
Hullers and Stammers, Cultivators, Washing
Machines, etc., etc., at McLanahan, Stone &
Isett's, Hollidaysburg, Pa. fe9-Sin
11S—All sizes Copper Kettles at A
It. Stewart & Co. a3O-2t.
On the 6th September, 1870 by the
Rev. G. W. Zahnizer, Mr. HUGH LIND•
SAY tO Miss CLARA E. HILDEBRAND
both of Huntingdon Pa. No cards.
At his residence, in this borifugh, on
the 30th ult., Henry Alexander, in
the 71st year of his ago.
In this borough, on Friday last,
Miss lIETTIE STEEL, aged 02.
At Penna. Furnace, Sept oth, ANNIE
E. youngest daughter of John and Sa
rah J. Irvin, aged 5 years, 2 months
and 21 days.
[Lewistown papers please copy]
Pincennviiiii, Sept, 12, 1870.
Supel fi us Flour per Lintel $4.756.5.50
Extra Fleur per barrel $5.0266 00
1130 Flour per bari el $5.7566.00
Ilea Wheat per bushel $1.3561.41
ltyo per bushel 05698et5.
Core , 0061,02
Oats pet bushel 5163 jets.
Pannultall, Rept, 12, 1870.
While Wheat Flour, 7.5068.00
It heat per bushel.,white $1.3061.38
Corn per bushel Bb6ooets.
Oats per bushel 8365.1ei5.
Rye per hurhol 10 Du@ 0,05
Barley Nothing doing
New Yonx, Sept. s.—Cold closed at $1,13
PHILAAELPII/A. Sept.:3, 1870.
The following are the closing prices of De
Haven & Bro., 40 South Third Street:
U. S. 6's c i f 'Bl, - - 114 1141
" " '62, - - 1121 1124
" " '64, - - 114 1114
" " '65, - 114 1114
" " '65, new, - 1101 nog
41 41 COL ti - . 1104 1 10
" " '6B, - 1104 1101
" s's, 10.40'5, 1054- 1061
U. S. ::10 l'ear 6 per cent. Cy. 1107,- 1114
Gold - - - 1134 114
Silver, - - - - 108 111
Viz ion Pacific 11.1? Ist M. Bonds 810 820
Central Pacific R. ii. - 880 800
Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds 730 750
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY lIENCY LI: CO
FLOUR — Suf , erfino Flour, per barrel, $5.00
Extra Flour, do 6 50
Family Flour, do 7.00
Ga.tlN—Rod Wheat, per bushel, 125®1.30
White Wheat, do 1.30011.35
Rye, do 85
Corn, do B5
Oats, do 40
Barley, do 1.00
SEEp---Tiznothy, du 5.00
'Flaxseed, do 1.75
Cloverseed, per 04 lbs. 7.00
COAL—Hard coal, per ton, 4,50®5.75
Broad Top coal, do 3.00®3.50
LUMBER, per 1000 feet, 12.00®30.00
Sumfmns-1 / ap, per 100 Q ft„ 10.000_02.00
Joint Shingles, do 5.00®6.50
111t4cEm,x,,fEous—Bark, per card, 9.00
Bran, per cwt., 1.00
Hops, per pound 40
Wool, do 40®45
Hay, per ton, 10.00
ALTOONA PARK ASSOCIATION,
TO BE HELD AT
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
October 4tu, sth 6th and 7th, '7O.
$4,500,00 In Premiums !
Competion open to all parts of the Siate !
The Association takes pleasure in calling
the attention of the public to the very liberal
premiums offered this year. They equal
those of the State Society, on similar classes.
The design of this liberolity is to produce
friendly competition, and at the same time
remunerate exhibitors and visitors.
Tho premiunlo on thoroughbred horses and
cattle amount to over $600,00, and all the
ether classes ore equally liberal. Fur the la
dies, some $300,00 worth of silver ware has
been purchased, and will be distributed as
premiums for the work of their hands. These
premiums range in value from SI,CO up to
$15,000, and many of the articles are beau
tiful, and the Managers believe they will be
prized much more than the same amount
paid in money.
Fur full particulars, see premium list, pub
lishedili pamphlet form, and to he hand of
any of the offhters or Managers.
New buildings will be added to those al.
ready on the ground, and everything provi
ded for the convenience of exhibitors and sat
isfaction of visitors.
S. C. BARER, President
E. B. McCann. Secretary.
Jolts LLOYD, Treasurer.
REAL EST AT E
MILES LEWIS & CO
Farms, Town Lots, Houses, and nil kinds of REAL
ESTATE, bought or sold. Bonds, Mortgagee and Deed.,
accurately prepared. Money loans negotiatod on Real
Lot No. 1.1, Wunt vacant— Erg ult.'s
lot west of Fulton Street on southei u nide of Mifflin et.,
Good lot nod splendid location. - Prico 4:700.
Tuo ntoty tonne house' lingo nt.ublo, good well stud
whole el lot No. 224 :Wed location. Plies icusonable
Large Pronto Duelling on Wesitington street, West
Uttutingtion, west of Dutton, pm rooms; good w.ster
Frame Duelling on tfasltington street east of Chest
nut. ' Price, $2OOO.
Tree lots of ground in Wilsontown.
A good lit . iesollo WOW in West township, Peon miles
from It. It. Station. 2.51) acre,
For nn.l Information in tepid to conditions, ndvor
lien, Sc., lipply, in perdon, orby letter, to
SIMPSON. & ARMITAGE,
- 11UNTLYGDON, Pa.,
Office, opposite the Court House
to ino Itopubl icon voters of Huntingdon county:
1 announce 05.1 sell as an ...independent Candidate" for
Aiwoolate Judge, nod mlc the biliipiiyt of nil honest and
independent men who bate Bags and ..ring" candidates.
Having stood by the Republican party hunt its birth up
Until its betrayal of this petiole, in the irouilitieut odor.
that et the Eincentli,Anienifinent ; I tool that I shouhi
hove 80111 Q claims upon the true non of that party.
I shoot upon the Chicago platfo 1111 l upon which don.
Ornnt was elected ; but I utterly repudiate the fraud and
outrage by which the i igilt 01 mgt.ea to vote has been
declared apart of the fundamental law of the land. blot
ting out a 111111 of the Conetitiltion of our own State,
winch as Wheels At e ale .swai n to support.
Ifclected, I will mole.. in to dnaeh trge sty duties faith
fully, Mid I natter inyeelt thatioy pi efeasion is life has
lint unfitted ine for the position, bedilos, it won il often
be found a great consoling.° to limo an Assort Ito Judge
residing iti Huntingdon.
Aug..2'.110 JOHN WILLIAMSON.
VALUABLE MILL AND FARJ
Situated on tho liayetown Drench. of theJuntitta
at the mouth of Janice Clock, ono a hair nines S o n, Ito,
klesbnig Station on the iluntingtion and Droiiil Top
Itailroad, nunthigdon comity, Pm
Mill Rouse, 43x60 feet one story stone,
and two of Frame,
Tory strong and permanently built. Four pairs of mill
stones, tau motor a heels 14 foot high, over shot, in good
A Two-Story Thick house
For millet; with stable, garden. kc, '
Fat in contains 329 ACICE:3, 150 nens in cultivation,
50 in meadow, having theta°u u largo
STONE MANSION HOUSE,
two stories high, bank barn, wash tioinio, and oilier out
buildings. Also, too tenant lionsvii, owl Blackmultli
For furtherpartioularm, inquiet, of
JACOB If. isErr,
Aug. 23 tf James Cieek P. 0.
VAL UABLE FA RAI LAND
Me undersigned oilers for !min
Located in linnet:township, linntingdon county, near
Coss' Millpond containing :00 acres of good forming
loud, wall ',tattered, anti in a good etato of cultivation.
Tins improi omen is consist of a good
TWO-STORY LOG HOUSE,
Weather boarded, A LOG LIARS, Wagon shod.
Corn Crib, blatkentith shop excellent spring house and
other outbuildings. Ilion, is on oicbard of choice ap
ple theca on tho premises.
For tonne and other information regarding the prop.
crty, apply to tho undeisigued on tho promisee.
.1 NO. MILLIKEN.
July 20, 1572.2iu 2m, Curnpropst Mills, P.O.
TOWN LOTS FOR SALE
7N WEST lIUNTINGDON.
Bay Lots from that bawls at
Parcbaceis dolling to build can halo Nary liberal
terms as to paynionta. Now to tho time to invest, Ap•
lily to [j7IMI] E. ALLISON MILLER.
T AND FOR SAUL-
subscriber desires to dispose, “10 , Part of hie lend
situate along the Big Aughwick Creek, In Cronin ell twp.
Huntingdon county, and one mile meet flout Oita/lonia.
This laud is ofu good quality of bottoin.land, well sup—
plied u Olt never.tailing apt logs nod sufficient amount of
good timber, convenient to mills, stoles, markets, Post
offices and Churches. 11111 sell to suit pinch anus, both
in amount of land Lfrom ono acre upnaidel and itt terms
There in a saw mill on said p ionises In ample order, to
WV all kinds of building lumber. Titles good. Come and
seal Now to the time to secure yunisolves pleasant
bosses. Apply to the subscelbet 1.11 the premises or ad.
thess. JOHN 11. SIDINISEHLT,
Aug. 23-tf. OtbisotiLt I'. O. Hunt. ca. Pa.
[listatu of Bev, W. R. MIA, deed.]
Letters pfadmipistration upon the estate of Ihni. W. It,
Mitts, late of YOttli COUNTY, deceased, having been
granted to tho undeasigood, all persons tmlebtoil to tho
estate will mane payment, and those having claims will
present them fur settlement,
MISS DIARY E. AERTSEN
MISS MARY E. STEVENS
Will Iteopeu their
BOARDING AND DAY SOIIOQL
FOR YOONO LADIES,
At 26 Tµlpebocken aticot,
AV - For circulars, apply to the Principals.. .IyI9•ZN
1870 SP C
.11 a l e s ,t r s oa l K1.870
AT REDUCED PRICES.
JAMES A: BROWN,
Is constantly receiving at his new
IN II UNTINGDON, PA,
Beautiful Patterns of Carpets, froth from the rooms of
the emeefacturete. Ills block comprises
VENITIAN, WOOL DUTCH,
COTTAGE " HEMP,
LIST and RAG CARPETS,
COCOA and CANTON MATTINGS,
FLOOR, .STAIR and TABLE
CO XMI .a 1.11 C:, ° I I X--X a,
'WINDOW-SHADES nod Fixtures, Diuggets. Vnlso
It fluor slats, Extra Co pet Thread nod ttinliog
make a specialty of tiirteishing LII UItVIIES end
LODGE,. at City Niue, and invito Fna tii+liing Commit
tees to call nod den goods made expressly for their pur
Buyers will sore money and ho better suited by going
to the regular Carpet and Oil Cloth Store Gtr any ut ib 0
AL.% e gouda. 1 defy competition in prices and %lir e,y
ut beantitol patterns.
CARVI,T.S 11 cents per YARD and UPWARDS.
1 Intro tuna tl.o Agency for the Oilm nal
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
11 Vii knom it as the beet Family Nhielline in the
Cni/ at the CARPET ETCREand see then.
JAMES A. DROWN
Hun liholos, 1661116, '7O-Cm.
West Huntingdon Foundry.
PLOWS , THRESHING MACHINES,
FARM BELLS, SLED AND SLLIGH SOLES,
WAGON BOXES, IRON t _KETTLES,
For Furnaces, Forges, Grist and Saw 3101 s, Tannerius
and Israel:pods, _
AND JOB WORTS IN GENERAL.
ARCHITECTURAL & ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT.
Iron Porticos and Vernanlis,
Balconies Colunins and Drop Ornament fur pros den
porticos and pros
Window bintols and Slits,
Cost lh imam:its fur wooden lintels,
CO lap 1% indow Guards all does,
Chimney Tops and Flues,
Sash Weights, Carpet Strips '
Itegisto a, Heaters, Coal Oa aids,
Vault Coatings tar cool and wood cellars,
Arbors, Tree-buses, Lamp-posts, hitching-poste,
Iron Railing for Porticos, aeraudahs, balconies, Rower.
Ford and Cemetery Fences, etc.
Particutor attention putd to fencing Cemetery Lois.
Add( efSti • JAMES .9.131P80N,
ep.23,ns Huntingdon, Fa.
EASTON BLAKE. M. MARION MO;
BLAKE & McNEIL,
Ruccedhors to M. CUNNINGIIAM & SON,J
Iron and Brass Founders
IRON and BRASS CASTINOS made In a first. class
• - Kettles Cellar.v. Mow s, Ot saes, (Ail bole
Castings lee pavements, Winslow eights
all aloes and w eights, Pipe juints, Sled
Wagon Luxes, Machine Castings, fir
Stettin end water, g ll 3t , tile. numar uu t plaster IPIIIs 0 1
lIEATERS AND IRON FENCES,
of the toot improved BOdO, ONTO &HMI nod (linnet, doo
bills, mill in Lich utter) thing made in this lino.
11 e have a huger stock of pallet ne, and can !bluish ewe
tinge at short notice, and cheaper than they can be bad
iu tie country. Haring a good thin, we too prepared to
do dt tiling and fitting up of all hinds.
Mice In Mestere.Aew 'Wilding, 11111 street, Hunting
elt. 17, ISO. BLAKE & MeNEIL.
SMUCKER, BBOWN & CO.,
FURNITURE WA1?P:110 O.IIS,
IN SMITHS' BUILDING
Hale just opened sal hamouso stock of tlio latest styles
nod best Endo ufactua e VC
111ATTRESSES, of all hinds,
COTTAGE & WALNUT SUITS,
of all styles
Purchasers will find the largest stock o
good furniture ever offered in Central Penn
sylvania, which will Le sold
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
We buy direct from manufacturers for
cash and will sell fur cash, and ar thus en
abled to offer
than aro to be had in the Cities.
CALL AND EXAMINE' CUE STOCK
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY
INCORPORATED APRIL 7, 1870.
OFFICE at HUNTLYGDOiIr, PENN'A
and OTHER PROPERTY
LOBE; OR DitIVIAOE BY FIRE,
On asieabonable terms as any other responsible company
J. E. SING ER, .10IIN S. MILLED. ISAAC wninllT
S. T. McCULLOCIL D. B. MILLIKEN. WM. KENNEDY
President, WM. KENNEDY; Secretary
J. M. MILLER; 15•casia•er, J. E. SINGER
Vice President, S. T. AleCumman.
Agent for Ifuntingdolt co., A. B. KENN/W)
JOHN OANES, Sn.
k 3 PLASTERING, BUILDING or LOAN Sand, crop
tilt Inland, will bo delivered at one dollar per two horn.
wagon load, on application to Logan Martin.
Wore loft at Deckor & Crownovet'a flora will renal
him. R. R. BRYAN.
WANTED. -1,000 cords of Bark
at iho Mammoth store. Tho highest marke ,
price pahl.ln caah (Jun 1 Gm) !Mena . 4 CO.
Ily tk bow, pack, m 1 , ,, quantity, for nae at
ZEWIS' BOOS AND Aul.trio,vErirsroza
A PRESII STOCK OP
IIUicTINGDO.Y, P 4
DINING .11000 M, and
HIGHEST PREM . =
Received the only GOLD MEDAL at the
They are adapted to all kinds of Fatally Sewing and
to the. u,o of F.tantetresses, Dressmakers, Tailors, Manu
facturers of Shirts, Collars, Skirts, Cloaks, Mantillas,
Clothing, 11010. Cops, Colsols, Olen Goods, Umbrellas,
Pat..°l4. etc. 'they cork 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, end perform every species ofsewlng. making
a beautiful and pet feet stitch, alike on both sides of the
The qualities Avlttell recommend them are:
1. lleanty and excellence of stitch, alike on both sides of
the fabric stwed.
2. Strength, filmness and durability of seam,that will
not rip nor ravel.
3 Economy of Thread.
4. Attacinnents and wide range of application to purpo
ses and materials.
6. Compactness awl eleganco of model and finish.
6. Simplicity and thoroughness of constrpetlou.
7. Sperd, case of operation and management, and quiet
ness of 11101 , 0111011 t.
lastructicne free to all. Machines lept in repair one
year tree of charge.
U. B. LEWIS, Agent,
ted GIRO YER 8 BAKER St IVINO MACtUNES
The above machines' mill make either the chain or
Lock Stitch. (stitch aliko on both surfaces). Coll and
Lticitci's Building, lip Moire
1 - 8a...316 .Irc:si A%
VOU can save from 10 to 30 per et.
J., by Laying 3 our Instrumento front-
Sam 47. 4 M-381.2030D7M,
STEINWAY & SONS, '
CIIICKERING & SONS,
RAVEN & BACON'S,
THE UNION PIANOFORTE CO'S
GEORGE M. GUILD & CO'S.
AND ALL OTHER MAKES OF
MASON & lIAMLIN'S, anal
GEO. WOODS & CO'S celebrated
or any other MAC desired. Also, MELODEONS, GUI
TARS, VIOLINS, German Accordsous, Shoot alusle, Mu
sic Rooks, Lc.
"Now and good Pianos fur $3OO Lind upwards.
New 0 Octave Organs for $lO
New Melodeons for -TO 0
DV—All Lott omen to ll'Orrantalfbrfire years.
Agents supplied at wholesale pt ices, the same ns in the
Call on or whims N. J. GREENE,
ap12,70 2,1 floor Ulster's New Building.
TO THE N. E. CORNER OP DIAMOND.
Boot and Shoe Emporium.
JOHN 11. WESTBROOK Vi
Respectfully informs llto eitizeno of Huntingdon And
Beloit• tin - alto Intojned received front thu city II ♦\gtt and
eiddudid gook of
BOOTS & SHOES, HATS & CAPS,
Hosiery, Shoe Findings, Carpet Sack
Trunks, &c., &0., &c., &c.
all of which 1,0 is pupal ed total) at greatly reltuced prices
Don't forgot tho new stand in the Diamond. Old cnsto
fliers and the public generally are invited to call.
Huntingdon, op. 7, ISGO.
fel GEO. SHAEFFER
Ilasjust returned from the cast with 0 405
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, ce:GT.,
Which lie effete to the inspection of his customers and
the public generally. le will mill Lis stock at the most
and those who purchase once. will surely call again.
BOOTS & SHOES MADE TO ORDER,
and ItEPAIIII:s113 done in the neatest and most @sped'.
Call upon fir. ScliaelTet at, his shop on 11111 street, a
few doers nest of the Diamond. op. 11 , Mid
NEW BOOT AND SHOE STORE'.
Tti itls Isr public Lo anii
te p ia.n t a a g
A Fine Assortment of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Children.
All of which I, ill sell lit fair prices. Quick seta and
sand/ raffia. Call and eacantino nip stock.
Manufacl tiring and Repairing douo to °Orr 08 tpsual.
Ap. 14. ISA
READ AND BE POSTED!
TO THE NEWLY ,11ARBIED
New Furniture 6/8.
, 1 111 E underbigned would respectfully
1 announce that ho manufactures and keeps constantly
on hand a ht.ge and splendid assortment of
DINING AND BREAKFAST TABLES,
WASH AND CANDLE STANDS
Witalsot and cane seat chairs. cupboards, gilt and 1050-
Wood moulding for mirror and picture frame. and a vari
ety of articles not mentioned, at prices that cannot fall to
Ile is also agent for the well knouts Bailey A Decamp
patent spring Bed Bottom.
Tho public are invited to call and examine kb; stock
berme pureltasipg elsou Leto.
Woe k and sales room on Bill street, near Smith, one
'door Went of Yeutor's stet.
CENTRA.L. HOTEL, , .
SOUTU EAST CORNER YOUlalt AND SPRUCE STS,
PIFILADELPIIII. • ' '• •
E.OLIILCOTII, (formerly of linntingdon. ewe&
Centrally located and the moot conyettlent point rue
1110IChIlliI8 felting. the city. Accognuotlatlotts or the'
tirot-olajs. All the modern Impro➢ements. itt
ten lien will ho extended to guests. jaus-lyt.
Card St.. N.Y, or 3$ W. Ft.. Cincinnati, O.•
It they want the Mc,' popular and best selling
nth,tal Nina hnolts published and the nett lib;
rndlo•enn. : , (.1111 for Circulars. ThOrC i I Cost you
110;;Ii u„ and Maybe of great bend: tO son,
TllO Great American health Rtmterer, purifies
the blood and cures Saturnia. Syphilis, :Wu
Diseases. Itheumatiem. Diseases of %Omen and all
Chronic Affections of the Blood. Liver and Kid
-111,3te. Deeettunealled by the Mediae' Pasulty aid
thousand of cow best Orisons.
Read the testimony of Physicians and patients
who hove used Itocadalis newt -for our Itocadalie
Guido to Health or Almanac for this year, which
we publish fur . pewit:um distlibutleu; it soiti
give you much valuable Information. •
Elg. it. W. Carr, of Baltimore eays: '
1 take pleasure in ree,mmending year 'Romani
's ria a Tory powerful al tut alive: I have seen' It
11 , (4 ill limo cases with happy reslllte—one In CM
:of secombuy syphilis, in *Mob the patient pre,
nottced himself cored after having taken five
'bottles pf 3 oar ntodicipe. ;Tito other la n rateof
ierofula oflong standing, which fa rapidly Iwo
Praying under its use, and the indications Aro
('that the patient will soon recover. I hove care•
folly examined the formula by which your ltosa
idd le is made, and Bud if au excellent compound
of all alterative Ingredients. . , •
Dr. Spaeth of liieltelesville. Ky., says Ito hall
used Itosadalis In cases ofscrofula and secondary
Syphilis with eatiefactory results—as a cleaner of
the blood 1 know ne better remedy.
Saw uel G. McFadden, Morfroeboro' Tenneasee,
is hare uNed seven bottles of Itoeuidalls, and am
entirely cured of Rheumatism; send me four bot
tles, as 1 with it for my brother, Itlio bas actofu.
lulls Sore eyes.
Benjamin Itechtol, of Limn, Ohio, writes, Ibaco
suffered.for twenty years with au Invoternto
lionover my body; n short time since I par
oilseed a bonito of Romans audit effected a per
Rosadalis is sold by John Pend and S. S. Smith.
Iltintingtiou, Pa., and Druggists generally.
Labratory, 6:Exchange Place. Baltimore.
Feb. S 3-1 yr. 2 or 3 p
. • .
cooW 14 ADZ
•- (ad/rural FRON
- PHIL AD E L PH IA :
4:Anima Stre W o Atteonth, •
This new and elegant Uoiel la now open • •
diereeeptionorgunts. Ms of thee:lost/loam
onrwurtion, and furnished in style unsur•
aered by any of the And hotels of Nato)* o
JOHN CltilitlP l'rop•Pr.-
GEO: FEMUR, Sop%
Highest Premium, Slicer Medal, awarded over all
competition, as Mcciianlbs' E:clittiltion Boston October,
C • X
WIrJI PATENTDD DUST SCitHISIZ,
GRATE DAR DEBTS, awl
and AUTOMATIC BEGULATOR.
For Burning Anthracite or Bituminoup
Coal or. Wood..
10 size. (yr brictmork, and two blue Portable
J. REYNOLDS - & SON,
N. W. CORNER 13T11 AND FILBERT STS,
These Heaton are made of Leavy Wrought-Iron, Well
riveted together, and are warranted to be absolutely gat
and duet tight. They arc the only beaters that are man•
aged wtthout any dampers, and in which all kinds of
fuel can be burned . tvithout alteration.'
COOKING RANGES for hotels restaurants,
Also, a FLAT-TOP REATING,II.ANQE.
FIRE PLACE lIE - ATERS, • '
• .. • LOW DOWN' GRATES,
REGISTERS AND VENTILATORS.
Pamphlets giving full description, sent free to any'ad
arm.. (June 11.1y-'70.)
GEO. F. MARSH
Second story ofßead's new Building,
Ituntingtion, Oct 30
H. O. RHODES,
Respectfully informs Lie friends and the publio goner,
ally that be bee bou;ht the stun of U. Long,
1N WEST HUNTINGDON,
ank is prepared to offer goods in ht v line Chow than
the cheapest. I have a very lino stock of the following
Dry Goods, Groceries, ibis and Caps, Boots
and Shoes, Glassware; Queensware, !IT., •
all of wbich will ho sold cheap.
Produce , token in exclianc
—"fur g" ti. D.IIIIODES
West liuntingdon, Aug. 2-am
ILK ND CREAM.
liming purchased the tuturost ot Juliet Dickey
VALLEY FARM DAIRY,
, a m now• pruparod to supply In abundanae, pure Milk,
Croon], fresh laid eggs, and other products of ttio -
FARM' AND DAIRY.
Customers will bo served with regularity by myeolf.
Aug. 2341. CHARLEa A. YATES
BUSINESS, MEN, TAKE NOTICE!
It you want your cord neatly printed on envoi
°pee, call at
LEIVIS 1160 K ANTI .4.noNzarsrolza
WANTED. 10,000 pounds Tu
wa.a.d wool for which the highest market Pry
WI It beveid. Pun 113 m) UAW
The otlglual awl goiniitie
BIASUFACTUILO ,PNLY 14'
PIMA MPH/A, PA