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l,t C Lobe.
Tuesday morning, Nov. 22 , 1870.
,LOCAL & PERSONAL
31f. Sforiah Lodge, .No. 300, A. meets: second
Monday evening of each month, in Brown's building.
Standing Stone IL R. A. Chapter, 1 . 0. 201. meets the
Asst Tutsday evening of each Month. in limn Ws building.
Juniata Ledge, IVO.llr, 10. 0. P.. meets every Friday
cloning, third floor, in Lelster's building.
ilount Her Camp of I. 0. 0. F., meets every second
and fourth Tuesdays, in Leiateths building, third floor.
Standing' Orme Lodge, No. Bb , I. 0. C. 3', meets every
_eveititig in third floor of Head's building.
.Arrapg.hoe Tribe, CS, I. O. of R. AL, meets every
Thuridny evening, third floor, Lehner's building.
Young .Ifen's bliristian Association meets the first and
third Mondayevenitigs each month, in Smith's building.
i'ort In; G. A. IL, meets Third Monday of met mouth
in Conrt. [IOUS&
Town CounestM'ents the first Friday evening of each
mouth. - -•-
Ifardingdon Lodge, N 0.149, K. of meet. every Sat-
Urd.ty evening, tu _with'.
Ilunfiagoon 7enir.le of Honor, No 71, meets the fourth
,Itlooday of each month in Good lempl.tre Hall.
The Welosterian Club tato ts every Thursday evening, in
the Y. ?1.11. A. room.
Huntingdon orunCit, 0. U. A. 211., meets first and third
Tnrsda3e viench month in Good Templars
Baptist Chareb—Washington Street. Rev..l. W. Plan
nett. Services on Sabbath : 1034 a. m, i p m.
Cathol c—Washington Street. Rev. It. J. Aylward. Ser.
vices Bret thrceSundays in every month.
Evangelical Lutheran-3liMin Street. Itev. J. J. Kerr.
- - Services on Sabbath : 10;4 a. m., 7 p. tu
Reran Reformed-Church Street. Rev. S. D. Steckle
Service on Sabbath: 7. p. m.
Idethodtst Episcopal—Church Street. Rev. 31. K. Poster
eels ices on Sabbath: a. m: '
protestant piecopal—llill street. Rev. A. 11. Boyle,
• - Set, ices on Sabblth : In% a.m., b 3.5 p m.
treeb3 terian-1101 Street. Rev. G. W. Zahniser. Ser
vices on Sabbath: II n. m , 7 p.m.
, CErPrints from 6 cents to 12i at
Gays' Patent Muffs. Call and
erlamine them at Henry & Co.
ViY - Crystal Syrup. The wonder of
the age, at Henry & Co.
lair Whole leather Boots and Shoes,
at the 0. P. S. store of Henry & Cu.
Nov. 22-2 t.
KirKentucky-Jeans, from 15 ets. pi
yard, up. Drown muslios from 6 ets.
jip, at Henry & Co. 21
VSi'Latest out from New York.—
Hats and Caps,_for.men and boys at,
-Henry_ & Co. , • - It.
6Zr O. ,P. S of "L.& Co. That
etands for One Price Store of Henry &
CT;tivti6telypbtla of every description
can be had•At aTair figure. •
FURS FURS I . FURS !I!
- ..,8uy your fats at Headquarters and
sacs. mousy. Ladies furs from 63,50
to $5O per set, at Herirys'. 2t.
you want a nice set of Furs
tali`'at• 'Henry's: Mr. Johnston has
just re!Hro.c.cf fron?,Xevirork acid Phila.
.witli.a S elpet ip to suit tic tastes and
purses of everybody.
Revolution In Europe.
Capt. Johnston has just returned
from'New York with a largi stock of
childrens', Misses' and Ladies' Furs,
which will be disposed of at extreme
ly low figures, at Henry & Co. 2t.
W'Clue thousand do'hirs worth of
_Montana Buffalo Robes. d;reet from
Fort-Leavenworth, have just been re
ceived by us and will he cold 20 per
4.:ent, lower than last season.
Nov. 25 6t. FISHER & SONS.
Erin elegant assortment of Ladies
Furs; embracing Mink Sable, Geridan
Fitch, Siberian Squirrel, Canada Mink
Water Miak, French Coney, &c.,
opening at rooms or
N0v.22 Gt. FltrIER & SONS
A slight fire occurred on Sun
day. The roof of the colored church
was set on fire by a stove pipe But
little damage was done.
v The sale of real estate of John
Wertz, deceased, of Blair county. will
he, sold on Dee. Gth, at Court Hnuso,
Hollidaysburg, at 10 o'clock.
IMPRoVEMENT.—Our borough au
thorities deserve credit for the im
provement made in the uppe; end of
Bill street, in NcAdamizing IL If all
the streets in our borough were sub
jected-to a•similar dose of stone, we.
would have less dust and better roads
TIIE LECTURE.-WO would like to
speak at length upon the lecture of
Paul du Chaillu in this place on Tues.
day evening last, under the auspices
of the Citizens Lecture Association,
but space will not permit. The lectu
- rer spoke for an hour and a half, and•
gave a good description of his explor
ations in Africa, and more parficular
ly.of his encounter with a gorilla.—
The majority of his hearers appeared
tcrbo entertained, although in our es
timntion he might hare done bettor.
ger.The firm of Piper A: lierrencane
broom manufacturers of this place,
and whose advertisement appears in
the Globe ; have our thanks for a broom
and brush presented us last week.—
The brooniti'and,,hrusl;cs made by this
firm wilttiiiripate=lavot'ably with the
Veitilitati manufacture, d . us. ,th ey
kiffe ,, tlMniat manufacqui.6iit'' prices,
, our dealers should not faifto patronize
Ahern in preferiinde to foreign manu
Bedford andUridgeport Railroad.
Oti]Tuesday last, the President and
Board of Directors of the Bedford and
tk3ritigeport . .Rtiilniad, let the eastern
! or .nt.;ll"allas...e.rid ,of . road. .! The
.sueeiißsfiiChidders were Messrs;' Low
t!tncl'J. eamphell,-Esq., .pf Altoona.
• The s former got five Mites of. the road
west of Mt. Dallas, the grading of
which they are to receive $68,455.26'
and which is to be ready for the ties
by July Ist, 1871. 'Cho latter got the
remaining three sections for which ho
to receive V 21,344.74, and which is to
be ready for the ties by July 15th,
Lewis' is the Place to Buy
School Books and Stationery, Bi hies, Hymn
Books, Miscellaneous Books of all kinds;
Blank Books, Sunday Szhool Books, etc.,
Inks of 411 kinds, Notions, Perfumery, Pock.
et Books Pocket Knives, Musical Instru-:
meats, Wall Paper, Window Shades and ,
Fixtures, etc., etc., etc. [nov 11.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
matufial would coat at retail price. Call. '
Letter from Three Springs
The following is a sample local cor
respondence a' friend sends us from
Three Springs borough, in this county,
under date of Nov. 19. Is there not
one friend in each township and born.
who will send us the local news in their
respective localities? We Want the
GLOBE to give the news iri all piirts of
the county jand not only of; the coun
ty-seat, and as we can't be every
where at once, we must depend upon
our friends :to assist us. here is the
news from Three Springs :
Wm. Cutchall, of Springfield town
ship, shot a buck within three-fourths
of a mile of this place, which weighed
Abraham Lane, of Clay township,
has shot, eleven wild turkeys since the
Ist of October.
The Rocky Ridge coal mines, which
are five miles west of Three Springs,
are doing an extensive trade. The
Path valley farmers have been en
gaged since harvest hauling coal from
these mines for burning lime.
The East Broad Top R. R. & Coal
Company have been engaged for some
weeks past, in prospecting in Clay,
Cromwell and Shirley townships, for
minerals. This company is also get
ting the right of way for the Railroad
from those who are magnanimous
enough to give the said company six
ty feet broad through the farms.—
Messrs. Ashman, Hudson, Ileeter, and
others in this locality. have released
to this company the minerals on their
lands, conditionally that the company
commence operation inside of one year
from date of lease.
The Three Springs people are going
to observe Thanksgiving day. Preach
ing in the forenoon in the M. E church
by Rev. B Shoemaker; services also
in the evening.
COURT PROCEEDINGS.—The following
criminal cases wore disposed of last
Commonwealth vs James Barrens.
Indicted fur assault, was tried and
_Hugh Trimbath, indicted for rape,
assault with intent to commit rape,
and assault. Jury returned a verdict
of guilty on the second count, and not
guilty on the first and third counts:
William Smith, indicted for mali•
cious mischief, was found not guilty,
but was to pay one-third the cost and
A 11. McCarthy, indicted for prac
ticing medicine without liaiing ob
tained a diplopa.; was fopml not„gail
ty and the: proseciitor Dr. A F. .COn
rad pay the cosy.
Famuel Bowser, Jeremiah Need, Eli
Shore and Gebrgellockenberry indict
ed for negterting and refusing to open
a public road, were found not guilty,
and Edward for ton, prosecutor, pay
11 B Stouffer, indicted 'for 'assault
and battery, was acquitted on the
ground of insonity.
George L Smith,, indicted for shoot
ing at with intent to kill, and shooting
at with intent to maim, disable and
disfigure, was found not 2nilty •
John Whisky was found guilty of
assault , and - battery.
The same was also found guilty of
resisting a,constable, assault and bat
tery on an officer, and assault and bat
SOLD. it a common habit with
some people in our borough to u 9 to
the coal wharf "along the canal, and
take for their own use without price
or permission a bagful! of coal, and
some nights a number of such individ
uals may be seen toiling through our
streets with these dusty bags upon
their. shoulder. The other night one
individual, who, by .the way, some
times buys his coal, was unfortunately
out of coal, and as ho wanted to keep
fire over night he must•, get some
somewhere. So he started to the'
above•mentioned wharf, loaded his
bag with lumps and wended his way
homeward, staggering,- with the weight
of the plunder. Having got it home
he at once placed it, in the stove, and
left it, expecting to have a bright fire
and cosy room in the 'morning; but
what was his wonder when on looking
at it in the morning, he found that he
had patio iron ore instead of coal.—
He fell cheap, and remarked that that
was the heaviest load that he had ever
carried from the coal wharf.
pc~'l'o secure friends'wo must show
'ourselves friendly, and deny ourselves
of much promised pleasure if it be nec
essary for their enjoyment, and not
seek,..for our comfort alone, but for the
happiness of those around us. A good
man 'will .show himself friendly even
to his enemies. To, obtain friends we
must thew ourselves friendly in out
looks. ~A cheerful smile is calculated
to soften the hardest heart. If we pur
on a pleasant, agreeable, cheerful coun-:
tenanco,. the result will be, both plea
sing and profitable. Looks and words
are cheap; therefore we should show
ourselves friendly in our actions—
Friendly looks must 43 . followed by
friendly ‘ words ; In ,
truth, angry words-produce anger, but
,ta,) , koft.'finswor turns a waywrath.'
Retail 1 intir ke Pr lc e a
Butter 30,35@-l0 as Co quality; eggs
25; lard 25; potatoes 80@90; dried
. apples lOcts per lb; dried peaches 150
25ets, pe'r lb; beans fo@lBe quart; su
gar cured lhams 30 ets - ; ssoulders 18@
20®22 ets per lb; dried beef 30
. q - 482:ets; flour $6,50®7,00, per barrel.
Green apples 75®100,_aa-to quality.
BAZAAR or FASlJlON.—Partienlar attention
paid to Dress and Chink making , and ,all
kinds of sewing. Also a full:line of Millin
ery goods, and Paper Patterns, constantly
on hand. Golfering, Fluting. and Pinking
done in all their various branches.'Skirts,
sacques and children's clothing, stamped in
all styles, and' at low prices, at Mrs. L. A.
flamer's, corner of sfittlin and 'Rath streets.
Oct. IS ly-
set• For neat JOB •PHINTING, 6all
he "Gunn J.lll PRINTI'd(i Cin(CE.." at Ilan
wuntrzeter MARKET. 1 •
' , ' finleAnumuu 4. Nor.'l4, 1,70
Superfine Fleur per bane] .. ' • i 41004.75
Extra Flour per barrel di'.. 0005.50
lip Flour per barrel $5.0005.21
lied Wheat per busbel ' ' ' ui.nh9l.4u
Rye per bushel b7(iitil3e e.
Corn - 87AUla1,
Oats por bushelsl. l (ys2ctB.
Pirrenvnan, N0v.14, 1670.
White When/ Flour, 7.50®3.00 '
Wheat per bushel.,white $1.301 35
Corn per buehel. ' 80@)84ete.
ORM per bushel .. .` - 48@50e1 e.
Ilya per bushel e.O 80@0,02
Barley Nothing doing
NE YORK, Nov. B.—Gold closet) at j'l,ll
PIIIIADEMPLII9, Nov. 12, 1870,:
The following are the closing prices of De
Haven $.: 8r6., 40 South Third Street:
U. S. 6'.s' of 'Bl, - 4131 1131
" " '62, - = 108 k 1081-
" " '64, - 107/ 1071
" " '65, - 1071 1071
" " '65, new, - 1091 1091
t )67 , 44 1091 1091
" " '6B, - 1091 1003
" s's, 10.40'5, - 1061 1001
U. S. 30 Year 6 per cent. Cy. 111 1111
Gold - - - 111 111.1.
Slicer, - - "; 105 - 107
Union Pacific li.R let 31: Bonds 825 835
Central Pacific R. R. - 905 915
Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds 730 745:
CORRECTED WEEKLY BY HENRY & CO
nova—Superfine Fluor, per barrel, $5.00
Extra Flour, do 0 50
Family Flour, do 7.00
GRAIN—Red' Wheat, per bushel. 120@
White Wheat, do 1.30(0.
Cloverseed; per 64 lbs. 6 00
COAL—Hard coal, por ton, 4 5000.00
Broad Top coal, , do 3.000/3 50
LUMBER, per 1000 feet, 12.00(00.00
SHINGLES—Lap, per 1090 ft., 10.00(012.00
Joint Shingles, do ' ' 5.0061,6.50
MISCELLANEOUS—Bark, per cord, , 9.00
Bran, por cwt., 1.00
Hops, per pound 40
Wool, •do ' .
Hay, per ton, 12.00
BOtior per pound,
Lard, " "'•
Eggs, per dozen,
NNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD
TIME OF. LEAVEN OF TRAINS •
ST WARD. • ' RA ST WA RD
I I ;
I 02 co I gl
12 52 ,
2 20 1
Tito FAST lAN i Busts, and 'le'avea
A. M.. and arrives at Ilnunaglion at I
The CINCIMCVII EXPRESS Eastward
6 55 P. M. and an Ives nt liantmgdon
PACIFIC ENTRE,' F.dxncdrd. leitTb9
N. and passys Huntingdon nt7 25 A. al
CINCINNATI RXI•REbB IraV
3 35 A 31 and arrive. , nt Altoona 4 50 S.
The FAST LINE Westwoni, passes Huntingdon at
7 35 P., M. and satin, at Altoona nt 3 45 P. 61.
TIUNTINGDON &• BROAD TOP
On and Idler Ara Inaal ty, NOV. 16th, 1570, P.m:ma
Ea, Trains n 111 arrive and &part flB MHO% a:
UP TRAINS. DOWNIRAINS.
P. M. 1 A. :If . ,
to 5 201st 9 00111nntingdon,.
5 28 9 OS bong Siding__
5 42 9 21 McConnollstown,
5 49 9 00 Pleasant Grose,-
6 r 3 9 40 31arklemburg,
6 IS 10 00Colfee Run
625 -10 0, Haugh& Ready,.
640 10 03,Cove,
6 44 10 211Fishern Summit,
Alt 7 051 10 431 5 . w .,
LE' 1 10 10 WI
i 1169 111 iddlaburg.
11 16 11open ell, ....
11 36 Piper's Run,..
12 09 Bloody Run,.
AP 12 18 iMolita Dnllo
Lo 7 10 1 Ls 10 55 1 F.axten •
7 261 .11 10 Coxluoont ,
7 30, 11 15 Crawford,
AR 7 401na 11 25, Lindley,
Woad Top City,
le 10, '7O:- .7011 N
Ladles Dl:essoe and,lloys Clothing
Mrs. B: , Annie McCabe 'respectfully in
forms the public that she has removed to the
house formerly occupied by 11. MoManigill,
on, Washington street. and is prepared to
make Laging',Drestes fitid.!Brtys' Oletfiing, of
all hinds. She respectfully invites - a full
share of.patrotage. , ap7
tier The 'ol.6nk Office is prepared to
execute all kinds of Job Printing for
the Merchant, Manufacturer, Coal Op
erator, and other bm,ineAs men, at loss
rates than the same can - be had in the
city. Give us' a call.
gm; rarfficira 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 altach . ment, before
Can't be Undertold
Red Front grocery receives new
supplies_ iltrtoqt evci,r3. 1
..day, sells the
most and freshest, and can't be under
• On th e Siblnut;'nt•fhe"Cesidenee Of
the bride's parents birlfeti 0, V: -Wil
son, Air. ANDREW KEAGY ,of. Main C 0 ..,
to Miss At,tql
..tNY.I3ATT of this county.
On the 27th, Oetober, by Ilev. J. P.
Long, Mr.' \VASIIINGTON _MORGAN to
MiSstSARAII JANE RUN1,:(111 ,t)T.Ctdm
11,11! pringliyld .lopti§bip, 1y9v,.17 1 t,h,
=1,116 only Aauglitei• of John arid tll9
blo, aged 4 years. ,
At Three Spriggs, Noy 13th, Earns
E , son'of add' O. S'svo'pe, aged 14
Those who' are' Sick, or
Afflicted N% pay chronic diflicolty,aliould Without delay
o rite f0r,105 jiamilton a I teiv.TreattEd, .tent freo to any
addres4. It. LEONIDAS II %mit:rm. M. D..
n01.4t. . P. 0. Box 4,1 W, Now York City.
N & DOWN of filo
university..aro making' wonderful cures,.
' of Cancers, Tumours and Ulcers by their
now discovery A painless treatment, no cl
' knife, no plasters,- nor:caustic ;burning. t'l
Tho most forniirk- CI
able fleet CANCERS.. of, this tii
treatment Id, tt, stit- • g •
rates the chemical, elempnts of cancerous :
grawths,Po.that they shrivel, die and dis- . • ,
appear and will not return. All those of-
flictpd coq call on tho Professors Duel4anqn 4r, Dpwn, , !
University; or 'Wives; So 'PI4 RI nt Strati Phi hula.
Almanacs for 1871,
GERSIAN AND ENGLISIF,-
A nREAT V:IETTEE PIS AVERY
Dr. WALF..EIVZ LIFORNIA
Hundreds of Thousands
Bear testimony to their 'Wonder: o p t
ful Curative Effects.
ti WHAT ARE THEY? if F,
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Ml ' '2 ''‘V‘` Arf".va - v . r 2 0
41 t: - ='"="-f - = - 4" • , ' 4 ;.f.'
g TREY ARE NOT A VILE • 1 -% V,
5 FANCY PRINK, Pg
trade of Poor Rum, Whiskey, Proar Spirito
and Refuse Liquors, doctored, spiced and sweet
ened to please the taste, called " Tonice, ,, "Appcilz•
ers," "'Restorers," ac., that, lead the tippler Oil to
drunkenness and ruin, but 'are n true Medicine, made
from the Native 'Boots and Dubs of California, free
from nil Alcoholic Stimulants: They are the
GREAT /MOOD , PURI Firm ana•A LINE
GIVING rRINCII , LE'n mesa fienovrifor and
Invigorator of the System, carrying off all poisonous
matter and restoring the blood ton healthy condition.
No person can take these Bitters according to direc
tion and remain long unwell.
SIAM willbe given thrall incurable case, provided
the bones aro rot destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and the vital Gizans wasted beyond the'
point of mall'.
For I nillammia ory and Chronic Riseurza-
Gina and Gout, Dy sacpsia, or Indigestion,
Billet., I:mittens and Intermittent Pewit'
Diseases at'tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys, and
Pandifcr, these Diners have been most success
fun Sods Diseases are sauced by Vitiated
111 ood, which is generally produced by derangement
cf the Digo:taro Organs. '
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, Bead
ache, Pain in the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach,
Bad taste lit the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Ealpitatten
of the Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the
regions of the Nidneys, and a hundred other pathtui
symptoms,nre the offsprin'gs of Dyspepsia.
Titsy invigorate the Stomach, and stimulate the tor
pid liver and bowels, which render them of unequalled
efficacy In cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and
Imparting new life and vigor to the whole system.
FOR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tatter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Roils, Con.
bubbles, Bing-Worms, Scald-Dead, Sore Eyes, 'Erse.;
else, Itch, Scarfs, Diseolorstions of the Skin, Plume.
and Diseases of the Mein, of whatever name or pature,
are literally dug up and marled out of the system is a
short time by the use of these Bitters. Ono bottle la
such cases will eons Ince the meet Incredulous of thc:r
Cleanse the Vitiated Elo s od whenever you rt..ct its
Impurities bursting throngh the skin in Pimples, Erup
tions or Sores; cleanse It when you fled it obstructed
and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when It is foul,
and your fecllngo will tell you wham , Seep tile blood
pure and the health of the system willfollow. .
TAPE. and other:WOIVSIS, hutting In the
system of so many thousands, aro effect - 1101Y deiticip
cd and removed. For full directions, road carefully
the circular around each hottic, , printedfn four
Gnages—Engllsh,Gerinan, French and Sr anlsh.
~ • -
J. WALKED, Proprietor. li. 11.11cDONALD 6 CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Agents.' SIM • Francfsco, CAI,
• and 82 and 84 Commerce Street, NewSorlt. •
147 - SOLD BY .ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
A Rimla at
eaves - Altos'
t 765 P M.
Altoona at 6 25 A
ea Iluntlagdon at
nuNTINGijoN . ,,pA
Ina 8 20
7 1 4
fl Farmers having Broom Corn can got
it manufactured on shares by calling on us.
The SHOP is located
NEAR THE LOCK 'AT' STONE CREEK
L 1 00
LE 5 05
COIANGE OF HANDS:;
LE 6 16
ILE 1 00
On the Corner,-opposite the Rielinege troth!,
RAILROA D STREET,
' 1 Z. 11 •
Thenadersignettican"pnrchmiht•the above- mentioned
Mug Store, which was all bought new last May. The
selection of Drugs, Medicines, Ac.. are warrantLd to be
of the beet kind, bought from reliable Druggists. -Also,
A Variety of Finley Articles,
Perfumery, Patent Medicines
' , nide of erre; de.,e(irda'ff"l'll'!lsi?'D-I.ll'ff''
THE DRUG DEPARTMENT
Will be concluded by Dr. Jayne, R. Patton, obn has Revv
ed a t egular appronticcebip PI a DM cline Drag Store in
Pi wit, argil, and 6110(11 Int... Heine, anal; nal 'ail) nuthavo
anything to don ith t lie practice of medicine. Proven')
lions rill be carefully compounded, and every attention
given, JANES It, PATTON.
A Patent Self Beater low been attached to the eaten.
tel GROVER & BAKEMPAUNG MACIUSES
The above machinea will make eithei the chain or
Luck Stitch, (stitch mike, me Malt sur(ac")., Call and
eu them woik. For further habituation write to or cal
GREENE & DRO ,
".', 4 ' s ''`l.eiste r . 4 Building, Op stairs:
n~ra.zc+lf.. . Yi ,h i lluMib~dm2, Pn
rrlE H 0 NIkE . S.VSVi - SG lll.liidHINE
In the moat populnr machine in the werld. Over
4,000 sold every„ month I It makes it beautiful Lock
alike nn both giikig, 11111 senntsqullt, hub, fell,
tuck, refit. bind rind brat I. Worts equally w ell upon
pllk, Iluen,,woeletr andmkton., goods with, nilic 5 cotton
or linen thread." " •
JAMBS A BROWN
is agent for IluntinpAun county Call nt Liv Carpet
Stara and see the machines. Oct 11'70;
JTRAY S El EEP.-
Came to the premises of the nnderslkned in West
township, about the middle of August last, nine head
of sheep, ono buck, one wetter and - i ewes. The owner
is requested to come (onward, prove property, pay chary.
no and take them away, otherwlso they will ve diapoded
of cccordiug to law.
Nov. 8, IS7O-lt
A Came to the in miens at the subscriber in Jackson
towosiu p i about the acidic of August hint, a Ited Heifer
about two years old. The onurr Is requested to comp
hot rcnid. pt eve property, pay charges, arid take her away
otherwise she will be disposed of according to law.
lIUOII CAR Y, •
McAlevey'e Fort, Oct IVA*
o box, pack, or lees quantity, for sale at
IVIS' BOW( AND STATIONER Y STOI4.
iJ' 1 - .Mni ~
'- 1 - 1 - r: - . 11L1N17.261D0N, PA
SE WING MA CHINES:
1 ,CI r. 1,01.
C.B,TPIRAL :110TE "! -
sOOII,EAST CORNFR POUL7III AND SPRUCE NPR
E 011IIXOTE 1 ,(formeily of- liu,ntingil C 0.,)
Cent , a ne,t convenient point for
rovrcisanta slatting the city. Accommodations of the
lirat.clalq. All the modern itnproN omen la. Every at
tendon will be ex temle to 113401 1005.13*
if,.L.1..•:.,13.31,,zeg ro 'Ry E 1 1 " 1--1 1
p 1 )
• _i' ' ,: ' ,'.. ; .1 , 4 . --,- . -,..,., . - -
1 1 1 11 i 1 11 41 4.31A 4 EA _pa 1 i
zi i' irehnt M., N.Y. or 33 IV. 11104.. l'imPlyintl/.0.
It 1 hey te•ntt 11, Most pOplAtrand 1),1 11Ing
..pl.,•lipll<ut hook, pub11.11, , (1. and 1110 vim/ Id,-
r, a: /. op, F•,)•lr..reueninl,. Theya•ille•,styoo
ueoll)3ll:4..ltitl I:tay I)._. or great hlau•lit L" you.
CM ly , _ „ , .
MISS MARY E AERTSEN
MISS DIARY E. STEVENS
Will Reneit their
IMANDINII AND DAY SCIIOOI.
FOR YOUNG L 'MRS,
' - HI. , TF:)111101.11.1, 1870,
,40/7 Per' (locators, apply to the P iociprog.
DA. 361, at t rt r pints
Canrer 1,1411 We. hal Arch ht..; Prof. Dalton, 2.1.1 W.
4th St., Cincinnati, 0, hod Dr. Greene, at Charlotte,
N. C., are mak-
Z ur ce ' r ' A noti alt PI et `;','itf‘igf grout
knife or cauelle lin CA ode,?
nod with but little 7.4 opain. Eve...?
root nod hbre s killed nod i "
ed,mov if taken n et t 0 timeand ran
not return. Bewarepet let abodes Pro
fessors, with their - a- bogus trent,
manta, stealing 011 r n l tri fp Weer tie 8-
matte. No others
treatments. None other should ever be used. For
artful:dors, send for circular, call, oraddress as nboge.
. . .
azeslnut Sired, Weal of Fifteenth.
Thle new and elegant Motel in now open for
the reception of guests.the 51303 t. Modern
Construction, and furnished in a stylo augur.
used by any of the Beet hotel. of Europa of
- JOHN CRUMP, Prop , r
GEO. FREEMAN, Sufi.
T HE Great American Health Restorel% purifies
the blood and cures Scrofula, Syphilis, Shin
Diseases. Rheumatism, Mileages of 55 omen and all
Chronic Affections of tlio'lrObil, Mier and Rid
nese. Recommended by Hie Medical Faculty and
thon4and of our best tit Nona. '
_ . . .
Read the testimony . Physicians nod patients
who hare used Rosati slit send for our Rosadal Is
Guide to Health or e. manac for this year, which
we publish for matuiteus :list:Motion; It will
giro you much valuable inform Ilion.
De. It. W. Carr, of Baltnnore says:
1 take pleasure In rec mai:tending you:lit:wad:d
in no a very vowed:xi alter:die& 1 have seen it
used In:nye cases.aribli bappy.resuits—one In case
,of secondary syphilis, in which the patient pre
nounced himself cured offer: having taken five
bottles of your medicine.
: The other is n case of
scrofula of long standing, which' is rapidly Im
proving under its use, and the indications pro
that the patient will soon recover. i have care
}folly examined tho fermata by which your It osa
dolls is made, and Sod It an excellent compound
of all alterative Ingredients.
Dr. Sparks. of Nieholasville. Ky., ea3s he has
need Rosa:lath, in cases of scrotula and secondary
Syphilis with satisfactory results—as a cleaner of
:he blood I know - no better remedy.
Sarruolg. McFadden, Murfrenboro' Tennessee,
I hare Wind seven battlis of Rosadalfs, and nit
entirely cured of Rheumatism; semi me four hot
tles,,as )(wish it for my brother, echo ban small-
Unix sore eyes. .
Bonpunin Beehtol, of Lithe, Ohio, 'Frites, I have
xnllei oil for twenty years with an inveteiate crop
lien over my body ; n abort time since I par
chased a bogie of Itesadalis and It effected a per
ito,adalie is sold by John Bead and S. S. Smith
ntingdon, Pa., and Druggists generally.
Labiatory, 61 Exchange Place, Baltimore.
CLEMENTS k CO.,
Feb. 234 yr. 20r3 p. • " Proprietors.
[ESTABLISH ED 1851.]
gbeut Premium, Silver Medal, na ardetl over ail
titian, nt Slechania Exhibition, Boston, October,
The Original end, genuine
GAS-CONSUMING H E ATE fi
With PATENTDD DUST SCREEN,
. , GRATE BAR RESTS, and
and AUTOMATIC REG'ULATOR.
For Burning Anthracite or Bituminous
t, Coal p,r, Wood.
10 sizes for brick‘;o;ie,nnel twoeizei Portablo
MANUFACTURED ONLY DY
REYNOLDS & SON;
N. W. CORNER 13TivANxi:FILBERT STS
These Ilcaters aro mado of heavy Wronglit-Iron, is ell'
_riveted 'together, anJ,ure War] tinted to Lai absolutely gas
ond`dn`ati 'Tlicynrt . the to* lituiterit tinst arO man
aged without nay tiampers o and in which all kinds of
fuel eth4o bitrned'witicOlit 'niteration.. :2, •
COOKING RANGES fur hotels_ restaurants;
Also, a FLAT-TOP HEATING RANGE.
FIRE PLACE HEATERS,
- LOW DOWN GRATES,
SLAW, - SIANTELS; -
REGISTERS AND VENTILATORS
Pampldets giving full description, son', free to any ad
dress. - • • • • . ..• . (Jima V./y.1704
fin GEO. SHAEFFER
linaJust reiursicta the °nut aa°4ll4
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &C.,
Which lie altars to, the Inspection of Ida custoniore and
the ptpqqperally.lll.‘flll 801 l tits stockut the must
• inAtunbalv.lio'ilifrthass unco irilh eurtily I call; sgnin.
' BOoTg'& SHOES MADE 'lO ORDER, .
and REPAIRING dono In tho neatest 'moot
Call opou Mr. Schaeffer at his shop on 11111 street, a'
few doors west of tha'9lautonjll.l op. 14, 180
TEN BOOT AND SHOE STORE;
bAjip r m ,:l i tri t t A !)91;" i'L
I ll' der illi tl inf i Ngha,
it49Or4AVP( I 17‘)17
FinplAssoitnitnt.:of 11 kinds' of
~.0117/3;1 3 •"' •
BOOTS AND SHOES.
For Ladies, Geqlernen flea ldren.
of lliC;1 : 41•CA141 5 4 ck sales and
null!, profits. roll and exnudno my it • .
Manufacturing and Repairing done• order as usual.
11. linntiugtiont A poll, bps • .
TO TIIE.N(F.) CORNER - OF DIAMOND.
Boot and Shoe Emporium.
I ~yE,S I .`BROOK
ut orme tho iti ens of Huntingdon and
vicinity that ho hatijust received from the city a NEW and'
1 14 S ' n a l
11 3 903151 & SII,OESOIATS &,CAPS,
Hosiery, :Sh'ee 'Stith
Trunks-, &c., &e., &e., &e.
nil of x lifcli ho to prepared to tell at gamily reduced prihos
Don't forget the new stand in theDlamond. Old mit°
mere and the public generally are iuvitod to call.
-tqlfll7"uglrtpp.7,.P36p. - _
' LEWIS, De'fildi in .Books;St
tionery ixd :411010 NllO run - lents, corner oP th
STos OOK ' 1870
.AT REDUCED PRICES.
- JAMES A. BROWN; -
consL:'•ntly i'ec'eiving'at-his now
IN HUNTINGDON, PA,
Beautiful Patterns of Carpets. (roil Irons (Ito 1001114 of
the manufacturers. Ills stock comprises
, VENITIAN, WOOL DUTCH,
LIST rind RAG CARPETS,
' CARPET CHAIN,
COCOA and CANTON 4ATTINOS,
FLOOR; STAIR•nnd -TABLE
C) i i.ii 40 Ir-s C:) r i ° ME IS,
WINDOW-Sl] ADES and Fixtnres, .1h uggets, TelTet
lingo. Poor Mats, Extra Carpet Thread and Binding •
.77 - 1 make a specialty of Mt Melling 0111111011liS end
1.01n18.1. at City Prices, and invite Put nishing Commit
tees to call and she goods made expressly for their pur
4ci.)!:r.9 so ill sore money mlls, better sni•ed by 'going
tote regular Carpet aunt Oil Cloth Store for any of 11l o
almvo goods. 'I defy competition in prices and car my
of bean r Mil patterns.
26 cents per YARD MO UPWARDS.
1 hare also Ito Agency fur the Ot igi nal
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
well Lnir.7,;:: world.
JAMES A. SHOWN.
Iluntinqdon, Oct. 4, '7O.
West Huntingdon Foundry.
PLOWS, THRESHING MACHINES,
FARM DELL?, SLIM AND SLEIOII aor.Es,
WAGON BOXES, IRON KETTLES,
For Flounces, Forges, Grist and Saw Mills, Tanneries
AND SOB WORK. TN GENERAL.
ARCHITECTURAL & ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT.
. Is on Porticos and Verandahs,
Columns and Ortrament for wocden
porticos and verandahs,
• Window Lintels and Slils,
Cost Ornamonts for,wouden Hotels,
Cellar Window Guards all sizes,
Chlmnoy Tops and Flues,
• Emit Weights, Carpet Strips,
Registers, Heaters, Coal Orates.
Vault Castings for coal and wood cellar/.
Arbors, Tree-boxes, Lampposte. Hitching-posts,
Hai finding for porticos, verandahs, balconies, flower
Yard and Cemetery Fences, etc. ,
Particular ittlentton paid to fencing ("tutelary Lou.s
' ~lAMES SIMPSON,
• ' 'Huntingdon. Pa:
• BLAKE & McNEIL,'
[Sucileisore in J: DI. CUNNINGIIAN & SONJ
Iron' and Brass Founders,
and BRASS CASTINGS mado bt a first class
Foundry.. WO bairn al..iv:fon Mend all
. kinds of Plow and Stove Castings, Wash
Kettlea;Cellar-v.indows, Grater, Coal hole
„,"4,4, Castings for pavements, Window Heights
~ !;71 . 1 . idit oi all sizes and weights, Plpojoints, Sled
and Sleigh, soles, Wagon Machine Castings, for .
Beim and water, grist. saw. sumac an t plaster mills of
DEATERS, AND IRON FENCES,
of the most improved style, oven doom and frames, door
and In fact ever) thing made in this line.
We have a larger stock of patterns, and can furnish cas
tings at short notice, and cheaper than they can be had
In Hid country. !hiving a good drill, vie are prepared to
do di filing and fitting up of all hinds.
Oilice in !Austere' New Building, 11111 street, Minting
Met. 17i1869:BLARE .1
W. ....... ALLISON J. lI.IIOO4ANt
NEW STOVE AND TIN STORE.
BIJCILANAN, ALLISON & CO.
Have opened a new store in Yenter's new building, in
Ow Diane:lad, 'auntMean, Pa., and have read] for sale
a liaji. -3- .: - .torttnotif. of
Cook and ParTor - Stoves,
SPEER'S REVOLVING LIGHT,
SPEER'S ANTI-DUST COOK STOVES,
SMITH'S REGULATOR and EUREKA COOK STOVES
and LITTLEFIELD'S lIEATERS.
Also, a large assortment of
Irtni AVE) NIESBII
'end a - great varietit of Goods[ never boforo kept in this
place; We also manufacture
TIN ' WARE TO ORDER.
Repairing, Roofing and Spouting done at abort notice
.S Country Stores supplied %Mx Tin Ware at city
Confident of being able to make it advantageous to
their customers they rcepeCtibliy solicit ashen, of public
ROOM IN IENTER'S NEW, BUILDING
IN TUE DIAMOND, HUNTINGDON, PA. •
; Jan. 5, 1810 •
JOHN C. MILLER,
:(.soc'o.o't : to C. 11. MILLER & 80N,)
, DEALER I+
All Kinds of LEATHER,
N DIN C
I f 1 - IUNTINGEON; PA. ' - '
, t.;•trf: •.t:t
ir, _ • • • t
--'‘..'--r—LENTY -- 20F THEM..
.•7_ I t"
INIEVAND BOYS' CLOTIZING
.71.181 . 11E4.19
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
For Gentlemen's Clothing of the best material, and made'
is the hest workmanlike manner, call at
t - d TAN'S,-
opposite trio Franklin Home in Marls A Square, Hunting
I d IME. ' %-.' • :', -, -
BroxxiHiekiln 7c ). Taylor, filarkiesburg, prov
en y chemical analysis to be of the best ipialitY, Con
slimily kept and for sale in any quantity, at the depot n
the Huntingdon and Broad Top Railroad. i.
.@y-Apply , to lienry I,mister, Proprietor of the "Broad
Top HouSeP -, 1 1 .., - une-.o2tf
WANTED - i--I,oofreords of Bark,
_Ow Mammoth store. TI.. hlgheqt market,
Vera p tld lecash (Jun 1 6ml HENRY fr. CO.
A FRESH STOOK OF
11. MARION MoNEIL
Received the only' GOLD MEDAL at the
PARIS EXPOSITION, 1867.
They ore adapted to nil kinds of Family Sawing and
to the we of Seamstresses, Dressmakars, Tailors, Mann
factorers of Shirts, Collars, Skirts, Cleoke, Mantillas,
Clothing, Gate, Cape, Corsets, Linen Goods, Umbrellas,
Foraeola, etc. They work equally well upon ellk, linda,
woolen and cotton goods, with silk, cotton or linen
thread. They will seam, quilt, gather, hem, -fell, cord,
braid, bind, and perform every species of sewing, making
a beautiful and perfect stitch, alike on both aide, of the
TLequnlities nhich recommend them are:
1. Beauty and excellence of stitch, al.he on both olden al
the fabric soured.
2. Stn ngth, firmness and durability of sears, that will
not rip nor ravel.'
3 Economy of Thread.
4. Attachments and wide range of application to purpo•
ars anti materials.
5. Compactness and elegance of model and finish.
6. Simplicity and thoroughness of construction. ,
7. 6perd, cast of operation and management, and quiet
tires of movement.
Instruclioas ftee I. all. Machines Lept in repair one
year tree of charge. ,
U. ES, Lp*li3,.Agent,
GEO. F. MARSH
Second'alory ofßeacl's new Buil4ini
Huntingdon, Oet 30
Is now"prepared to fill orJors for
And in short to do all kinds of Cirrpenter
To furnish 'HUBS, SPOKES and FILLIE'ff,
in quantities, and receive orders for
fl All orders efiolild be addressed td
D. W. ARTLEY, President,
- ,1- . l . entingdoe, Pe,
Juno 16, 1:860-tf
READ AND • BE POSTED I
TO THE NEWLY , AtARNED
s , , AND 'ALL IN WANT OF •; ,
frILE undersgned would respectfully
announco *hat he manufactures and keeps coristantly
on hand FL ln.ga and splendid aneenment of ,
DINING AND BREAREAST TiBLiS,•
• %VASE( AND CANDLE STANDS
Windsor and cano seat chairs, clipboards, gilt and rose•
wood moulding for mirror and picture frames, and a WWI.
sty of articles not mentired, at prices that cannot fall to
110 Is also agentfee the, well known Bailey a :Decanipt
patent spring Bed Bottom.
The public are invited to-call and :examine 'Me Mocks
before purchasing elsewhere.,
Work and sales room on 1716 NOM, near Smith, one
door west of Benton! store.
klnntingdon, Aug. 1, 1868
New Cheap Store.
. . ,
liave just open, at thp)r,nor otote,, feet
ond Trill' Street; riOsi'dOin' to Nixiionnl
Ilotel,,nciar,Fishpr's Aral, iri;lfisritinilati, a
large and selected stuck of t ; ,
PRO , S G :q° 3), ,.P . IPP I PPA;PS ,
.il0u;r8 ANL) •SHOES. r -
-)1) , 2, , •
„ ,• , , • , Q UEENS- WARE
FISH and SALT
, 7 ' . • ,; , • 17,,(Juif and
- Au'd • pirerything
,else,;generaliy kepr, in a
first' bides oldie. 1 •
Eviiirthitig new' rind selling 6L'eo } i;'i6r
' :'Cti.Slts OR PRODbLIE:= -1
Mug' 24.6174 : CROWNOVER 3 DEMUR
fIEA ji *CI
c L 1 7Il; i IxJJ~BE' OFFIGF9
~~. ~ .. ,
1111 r gTINGD - 011, PA: