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Tuesday morning, Deo. 60870.
LOCAL & PERSONAE
.31t..Iforiah Lodge, 1.:1,0, A 3" . . 3f.. meta second
Monday evening oi each month, in in., n'.
Mandina Mons 31. if. A. Chapter, No. 201. meet., tho
'first 1 uts,tay Cs ening of iglu month, in Brown's builting
Juniata Lodor, No. lr, 1 0. 0. F., meets ovmy.Ti iday
evening, third floor, in heist, is building.
Mount Hoe Camp if I. 0. 0. F., no ohs every s~ mil
end fourth Tuesday s, in Leistees building, fund ILea.
Standing Slone Lodge 110 St, I. U. G. N.,
Tueshay crewing in third floor of building:
Arrapaline Tribe, No. OS, I. 0 of R. meet , tvcf.Y
Tlininday evening, third floor, Lc ist, es building.
Bleu's Christian Association mods the first and
thiid Monday eiemugs each mouth, in Smith's building.
Foci 33, , meets 7 bird Monday_ of eons month
in Court House.
Town Onincil meets the first Friday evening of ends
Huntingdon Lido., No. 142, If. of P., meets carts Sat
nrday esening, in :unities building.
Jlectititiven 'Matt, •Lf honor, No 71, 1111 , 0t4 the fourth
Monday of each 11101101 to Good Tenitilhr,` flail.
2/dc Club meets ever} Thursday evening, in
Use V. g. C. A. soma.
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Ilunllngdon Council, 0. U. 4. 31., meets first And third
'Tuesdsla °reach month in (Rod Tentplars
Baptist Church—Wit,hington Street. Rev. J. W. Nan
nett. Seri lees on Sabbath : 101.; a. m., L p m.
Catholic—WaAntiaton Street. Itev. It. J. Ayla ard. Ser
vices first three Sinnla3s in every mouth.
Kvangelica/ Lutheran—Minim Street. Itev. J. J. Kerr.
Services on Sabbath : 1034 a. tu.,: p. m.
German Reformed—Church Street. Rev. S. D. Steeple
Sep. ice on Sabbath: 7. p. in.
Ilethodist Episcopal—Church Street. Rev. 31. K. Foster
Services on Sabbath : 11.114 n. iu., 7 p. tn.
protestant street. Bev. A. 11. 1103 le,
tiers ices ou Sabbath: 1034 a. nt., b; :;p to.
Fresty ttrian—llill Street. ltuv. G. IV. Zahniser. Ser
vices on Sabbath: 11 a. nt , 7 p.m.
Oil the Wins.
Cotton is a bosom friend
Powder is a nice thing—in a horn.
Pale brandy often makes a red nose.
A boy at school spelt Aaron "big A, little
s, r-o-n." Another spelt gallery, —big gal,
little gal, e-r-y."
Ebensburg has already enj.yed sleigh-ri
The Capitol building of this State is fifty
Gen. Kane, of Buektail fame, is named as
a candidate for Republican Governor. •
Farmers, advertise your sales, and get
your sale bills piinted at tho Globe office.
Our friend J. Irvin, Steel has enlarged and
otherwise beautified the AAland Advocate.
The Bedford Gazette is to enlarge to a nine
The double•baby story we published last
-.week is true.
A valuable corner property opposite the
Franklin House, will be sold on the 13th.
The valuable Dorsey property adjoining
us, seventy-five feot front, will be sold at
public sale on Thursday next.
There are more heavy porkers killed and
to be killed in town this winter than has
'been for many years.
Somebody has been eating morn Of nor
-chickens than was caned fur in daylight—
ing us the heads.
Frank Ileffrigl.t's new three story brick in
West Ilunting,don is a splendid improve
James n newly elected councilman
of Altoona, was killed nhile walking on the
track in that place.
Another Blair county weeny was token in
and dime for to the tune of $31.50 for pine
sticks by a New York counterfeit concern.
John Dean, al , of ITollhlaysbnrg. had
his foot 11111plItated teeently, on account of a
severe afflietim at the nokle joint.
Mr. Leighty of Bair e.iunty, shot a main
moth buy): on the AlleAhenie,, which weigh
ed over PJG pounds.
0, my ! Sane of the new winter mai
have looking-glasses in them. Whet an "el
egant thing" they will be at church ?
A ton of apple-seeds is said to Le worth
..V4QO: 'Boys, save the Cores, and irhen you
get old, may be you'll have a ton.
The roof of
, Girard College, Philadelphia,
-.weighs 070 tens. The cost of the colleie
-was W 33,871,78 as audited.
Going to law about n pane of glass cost
two citizens of Sunbury one hundred and
A rock weighing twelve hundred tnns was
'thrown a short distance by a blast, near Cu--
.umbits, a few days ago.
. Henry Frybarger, of McVeytown, a man
.ofdissipated habits, fell into the canal, near
that place recently, and was drowned.
Thomas Jefferson never made a speech, he
having, as he termed it, "no faculty of
thinking when on his legs."
Our former townsman, Mr. 11. C. Weaver,
is now in Charleston, West Virginia, where,
we learn, he intends locating. Success'to him
An Illinois postmaster gives
. notice as fol
lows,i '`After this date everybody must lick
their_, own postage stamps, for my tongue's
The threo , story Boot and Shoe Factory in
'West ljuntirigd'On is under roof. Anothe r
building fora carriage factory will go up
early in the spring..,
The :way prorerty goes up. ~T hree 'years
ago a glntleman.in West Huntingdon sold a
Apt for $200., Two weeks ago he houglit, it
back, paying $lOOO.
Tho jailor, sheriff and. other citizens 0 1
Carlisle have addressed the - Governor, re
questing n pardon for Dr. Paul .SchooPpe
who is dying of consumption.
Taylor, of. this , place, recently re
ocelyed'a iiresent of a gold-headed cane, fron
his son; Robert, now doing business in Cali
Our office has gas, the fixtures having been
put in last week. 'Are'll try to be no more
gas•y than we have been heretofore, Lut 'Sill
give our readers as much light as we can.
Rev. S. J. Whitcomb advertises in
ircetern paper his "little brown cottage" as
the 'place to have the marriage knot prompt
ly land strongly tied.'
At Salt Lake a man went down into a
shaft to see what was the reason that a blast
didn't go off. An itemizer states that he.
came up directly in instalments, with a lot
o f pieces of stone.
Last week, Law - lune°, Fon of S. T, Brown ,
Esq., of this place, had is front tooth knocked
out by a "Watley" club. A fe w days after
Charley. a younger 500, sprained his arm
by falling on it whiLit playing.
The porter of one of the Chicago hotels, on
industrious and very saving man, has amass
ad a snug little fortune of twenty thousand
dollars from his salary and perquisites during
the last fifteen years.
"I find, Dick, that you arc in the habit of
takingt - m'Y' jokes and passing them off as
your own? Do you call tkat gentlemanly
conduct?" "To be sure I do, Tent. A true
gentleman will always take a joko front a
frier; ' '
The new town, West Huntingdon, is n cu
riosity to persons not visiting that locality
often. It is going up—new buildings and
new foundations in every direction. More
work-shops is all that is necessary to Make
the town what it should be.
Of the 11,817 Chinese in San Francisco.
there is not one who cannot read and write.
Of the Irish population of the city 6,885 can
do neither, nine native Americans aro equal
ly deficient, hut there is not a Frenchman or
German who cannot do both.
The Perinsylvimiti - • Railroad, Pittsburgh &
ConnellsVille Railroad, and the. Baltimore &
Ohio Railroad, three large corporations, are
fighting to get the Bedford & Bridgeport .
Railroad bone. Wo bops the Pennsylvania
dog will beat.
D. S. Africa's is the place to buy your
Holliday presents. Ile lots the largest stock
of toys and fancy goods in Huntingdon. Call
and see. Candies, Raisins, Figs, Oranges,
Lemons and all kinds of good things unhand
at all times. 'Whitman's fine mixed can
dies are among the good things. ltt
Josh Billings will lecture in Yenter's hall,
in this place, on Tuesday evening, December
20th. As this may be the only opportunity
afforded our citizens to hear and see this dis
tinguished American humorist, they should
secure seats at once, as a large crowd is ex_
pected. Tickets can be had at the Post Of
fice, where a diagram of the hall may be seen.
The postmaster general has instructed
postmasters to deliver letters bearing the en
dorsement of the pension office, or its agents,
only to the person addressed, or to a member
of his or her own family, or to a legal guar.
dian of the pensioner, and undc'r no circum
stances, deliver such letters to an attorney,
claim agent, or broker. . .
Josh Billings abhori eats. Ho says they
will harvest a dozen ov young chickens fur
ye, and then steal into the sitting room nz
softly az an undertaker and lay themselves
down on the rug at yore feet full or injured
innocence and chicken, and dream ov their
childhood days." This is the identical Josh
who lectures here on the 20th inst.
A new paper styled Our Quarterly, made
its appearance in our-borough last week. It
ig the product of the brain of our go•abead
young townsmen, G. B. Armitage and J. R.
Simpson, Esqs., General Insurance •Agents ;
It is designed es an advertising sheet, rilt1•0
it did indulge in a "poisoner at our expense.
We hope they will profit by their enterprise.
PICUDEIt NEAR UItOAD TOP CITY.
The rumor which wp published last
week in reference to a murder near
Broad Top city, this county, has been
corroborated iu spine particulars On
the night of the 25th of November,
the night after Thanksgiving-day, ( t h e
Peightal murder, it will bu remember
ed,..was committed last year the, day
before Than ksgiving,) thebody of
Mary Ann Morrison was found thatil
used in a fiightful'manner, with life
extinct, and lying with her right side
on the floor and her feet on the bed.
Her face and head were badly man
gled, as if a club' had been used, and
her left elbow was out of place. A
Coroner's inquest was held and the
verdict was that she had come to her
death by 'violchce.
Suspicions rested nu m] William Grif
fith, who lived iu the house, and had.
engaged the woman as housekeeper,
and last week he was lodged in jail at
this place to await a trial. Suspicions
implicating him are based on the
ground that on the above night he
went home drunk, baying threatened
that be would kill her. Griffith's story
is that ,she was kil:ed before he got
home, as be stumbled over what he
supposed afterwards to be her body;
but he did not give the alarm until
The murder base:lased great excite
ment in that rvgion, stud /nun , • ut the
citizens think Griffith is innocent.
EDS. Grose:—As you have asked
for correspondence from every tinD
ship, I thought a few words from Jack
son would not come amiss.
The stage line between Petersburg
and Greenwood Furnace has chau,ged
hands. Theobliging to.cl accornmoda,,-
tir4.3lr. Jadob Little; of 31ctiuok's
FOrt, is successor to J. A. Norris, and
will ruu the stage as-before.
Tho Methodist church at Eunisville
are having a revival at this time and
aro doing a vast amount of good in the
way of converting , souli . to G0d...! The
Baptists also at eornpropst's Mills are
holding a bit meeting ' with success.
Mr. J. Norris, baying .retired
freni_driving-.stage,Js nowgoibg to en
gede in the hour and feed business,
and•will run his milt day and night.—
Hehas secured the' services of S. D.
gel:frier as miller, and everybody in
this community says That he can't be
beat as a miller.
Deer,and.turkey Seem. to be picot::
in this neek of woods this fall, as wo
hear almost. every day,of ono or the
other being killed by the sportsmen.,
ACCIDENT.—MIS. Lydia Orbison ,
wifo of Wm. I'. Orbison, Esq., of this
place, met with an accident on Tues
day 'evening last.' She'.was crossing
Smith street and when near Jackson's
corn o;. r he .was-"siiddonlS precipitated
to the ground, and for a short time
was u,neonscious.' In attempting to
get up she found she was unable, when
a gentleman standing near assisted
her to her • residence. On examina
tion it was found that one of her an
kles was badly bruised. The accident
was. caused by a horse which was
frightened by the noise of the 'cars,
running off .from the railroad station,
and in going past her it is supposed
the N . s.• keels of the rriage, cangert.her
d n five wing:h er d oNwii s 6116:ran
over her ankle. She is rapidly recov
BAZAAR OF FAsrtioN.--Partionlar attention
paid to Dress and Cloak making and all
kinds of sewing. Also a full lino of -.Millin
ery goods, and Paper Patte'rns, constantly
on band. Doffering. Fluting and Pinking
done in all their ..various branches. Skirts,
sacquesiamtbhildren's clothing stampedin
all styles, and at low prices, at Mrc-L.- A.
Banter's, corner of Mifflin and Bath streets.
In, Our friends in n and out of town
and all others who may desire to' pro
serve tho mortal images of those they
love—and who does not feel this de;
sire?—will do well to call at Donnell's
new Photograph Gallery in Ceuning,
ham's build lug near Broad Top corner.
Can't. be Undersold
• Red Et on t; reae 1.3; - • receives new
Ruppliew- tilmoat, ey(l . l)' 119:,:801113
most and frealnmt, and can't be under
i'LIILADAI , IIII, Der. 3, '0.70.
876 - 49,10te.
....... ....... ....... gllrOjbgeta.
Pl77Bl3UnOth Dec. 3, 1870. '
Superfine Flour per Lai id
Extln Flour per barrel
Rye Flour per barrel
It ed Wheat per h n •Lel
Eye per bushel
Onto per bushel
White Wheat Flour,
Wheat per bushel ,uhlte
Corn per bushel
Oats per Lmbei
nye per bushel
Ncw Volta, pcc.3.-001,1 closed at 51,11.%
Pnit..ium.rnt.t, Dec: 2, 1870. •
The following are the closing prices of De
Haven & Bro., 40 South Third Street:
U. S. G's of 'Bl, - 112„ 112
" " '62, - - nag
" 1 "64, - 1041 106,-;
" " '65, - 1061 107
" " '65, new, - 100 1091
6,6, ,67, -100 A 109 k
" " '6B, - - 1091 1091
" s's, 10-40's, - 1061. 1061
U.S. 30 nar 6 per cent. Cy. llof . 111
G6ld - . - - 1101 1111
Slicer, - - - - 105 107
Union Pacific It.R Ist 3.1". Bonds 810 820
Central Pactlic R. B. - 905 915
Union Pacific. Land Grant Bonds 705 715
CORRECTED WEEKLY DT lILNEY ,t CO
FLOUR—Superfine Flour, per barrel, $.450
Extra Flour, do G 00
Family flour, do 6.50
GRAIN—Red Wheat, par bushel, 120®
White Wheat, do 1.30(4,
Cloverseed, per 04 lbs. 5 50
COAL— Hard coal, por ton, - 4 50(ie ; 6.00
Broad Top coal, du 3.00a3.50
LUMBER,.per 1000 feet, 12.0000.00
SuINGLEs—Lap, per 1000 ft,, 10.000,12.00
Joint Shingles, do 5.00076.50
MISCELLANEOUS—Bark, per cord, 9.00
Bran, per cwt., 1.00
Ilopq, per pound 40
Wool,. do 40(j45
Hay, per ton, ' moo
Butter per pound, ' 35
Lard, " o 18
Eggs, per dozen, 25
VANIA. RP IL
OF LEAVINQ OF THAT
- 11711 T
I Mt. Unfoli,...
award lea.ves Altoona at
intingdon at 157 A.M.
ess 151stwald leaves Altos,
t Huntingdon at 7 05 P M.
stmird. leaves A 140140,1 at
lon at 8 19 0. St.
trsl Dodo Aid !cotes Alto,
n lit 10 o'2 Alt
iSflfilaalit leaves Huntingdon at
Altoona 4 50 A 31
'estwatd, 10105..5 Ifuntingdoll at
la Altoona at 8 53 I'. 31.
01'outtvald le.ly no Illintingdon at
Altoona at 6 80 A 31,
ard 1100,08 Iluntiagdou lit 5 20
1101111 at 0 30 A M.
1 3 . M. and arrives
ICIFIC EXPRESS Eir,
10 :OUTIIEPH I XPR
A M and rak=es 11111
, CINNITI EXPRESS n
31 rind at rive' , at
The }AST LISP; W
7 hi P.. M. and nn Nwa 1
Ire NefFIC EXKIESY
LO A JI and arrive,. at
APOIS EXPrt!b.l We9t.
A u And arrkos at'Alt(
Filling Up for the Holidays .
Lewis' fled Front Grocery is fllling
up with choice goods for the Holiday
season. Groceries of all kinds, of the
best, constantly on hand. Also, Toys,
Fancy Goods, and (mods of all kinds
usually found in a first-class Grocers'
and Variety Store. Call and see. 3t
' 'l3uituu De,33(040 as td quality;' eggs
25; lard 25; potatoes 80090; dried
apples 10ets per lb; dried peaches 15@
25ets, - per lb; beans 10@l8e quart; su
gar cured barns 30 ets; shoulders 18@
20 side 20@22 ets per lb; driedbeef 80
@V, ets; 'lour $G,50@7,00, per barrel.
Green apples 75@100, as tovrality.
Ladles Dresses and Boys Clothing
lira B: . Annie - McCabe. respectfully in
forms the public that she has removed to the
house formerly occupied by 11. MoManigil',
on Washington street, and is prepared to
make Ladies' 'Dresses and , Boys' Clothing, of
all She respectfully' invites full
share of patronage. ap7
IRP•An elegant assortment of Ladies
Furs, embracing 'Wilk Sable ) German
Fitch, Siberian Squirrel, Canada Mink
Water Mink, French Coney, ,SLe., just
opening at.rooms of
Nov. 22.6 t. FISEIER & SONS.
tar One thousand dollars worth o
Montaba Buffalo Robes, direct from
Von heaven worth, have.just boon re
ceived by us and will be bold '2O lier
cent lower than Just ,season.
Nov. 25At. '
lieranAys.—There are few who will
not prepare for tbe•,•llolidays,and as
they are fast. approaching, we advise
our readers' to call upon 'Luke Reilly,
the baker, either at the bakery, or at
his store at the„Broad Top,eorner.
s&- Services in •St. • Jolm'a. Pro.
.4iseepal Claureh Sunday next, morn
ing and evening. 11:IA. : morning, seven
kte - Mrs. Hamer has a fine
assortment of Feathers, Trimmings,
ate. She is also prepared to make
Dresses; and invites the Ladies - to cull.
FOR Sa.t.m.—A: Half login West Llun•
tingdon, ull fenced. , - Inquire. at ,this
office. "- (Dee. t.
Dan' wd..L=4 be) ben'etal arid' SO
cial Pennsylvania Road Laws, for sale
at Lewis' Book Store—price 65 cents.
uexp session of tbs,. Holli
duyibuig.Stitninuiy .bcigiOs JUrittit+y 4,
1871. nov2o 4t
ge—.Tho 10110 , 00M_ Thred.Springs
came too late for this issue.
the''.l9th of Nov. at tho bouso 'of
Mr. Joseph Isenberg, i.)y. Itev, li. •D.
Steckel, Mr. Jns. YEialllEr, to
8 Alt All )1.,' FLENNEIti both 'tit 'MeOun
nelfstown. , •
On the Ist of by.the sante
r“ IV tii ., l)A , lrie - siAiti. • A N
Mortar, both of Slarltlesburg.
Ott the Ist lust., by Rev. James C.
Clarke, it,t, his residence, lcutitingtion,
:Mr. Wj. M. BORLAND to Miss FLORA
Buoim, both of Milt Crgek, hunt. Co.
• - •
Sidi -Subscribe for the'Globe.
Professors Becnisas A Do , sst of the American
University, aro making nenderful cures - •
' of Cancers, Tumours and Ulcers by their _,,
new discovery A painless treatment no ' .-1
~' knife, no plasters, no caustic burning. ti ;
0 The most remark- A ,
,t ~,i able effect 1 CANCE_R_SIof this tl Z
lei treatment ts, it sena- •g i
12 rates the chemical elements of cancerous : '.
Ey growths, so that they hhril el, die and dia. ,
, . appear and will not return. All those at:
t dieted can call on the Professors Buchanan .1: Don n, •
T University; or address, No 51.4 Pine Street, Philada
W ISE & TAYLOR,
Steam Furniture Manufacturers,
Ail St. iiienlinydon, Pa
S. 'P. 131?,011 7 .N'S BUI_LDLN ,
Lase just °prima an int memo sisal of all hinds of Far ni
lure of the latest styles and their o xis ttunttecture, eon
eights of • '
Pit.° Parlor Suits,
Velvet, hair Cloth, Rep,
Perry, and Plush.
Fine Chamber Suits.
- Walnut, Chestnut,
Oak & Maple, in oil,
Grained or Yeneered,
I%lattings of all kinds,
Secretaries, Book Cases,
Breakfast, Dining and
Extension Tables, •
Doughtrays, &c., &e.
In short, SIO and over thing in this furniture lino
manaiebirea to order aml kept constantly on hand and
dlsticsed of at
CITY WHOLESALE PRICES
Our present facilities for manufacturing only enable
us to manufacture a hotel article but also for less mon
ey hall It I.o4+ibiy can bu bought for in the eastein cities
We defy cum pc tit fun, and go ran tee a saving ni litt pr Cl.,
Oyer any other Purnittue sold in this place or vicinity
and will make the asset lion good in every po Ocular.—
Give us a call if nothing else end be convinced.
Mifflin St, west of Lutheran Church.
S. T. Brown's building, Hill Street,
Nov. 15, 1570-Iyr,
r E HUNTING DON
o 4 1
s now prepared to fill orders for
And in short to do all kilids of Carpenter
To furnish HUBS, SPOKES and FELLIES,
in quantities, and receive orders for
orders should be addreseed to
1). W. ARTLEY, President,
June 16, 18694.
(Succesw to C, H. SjlLLtat S SOS,)
All Kinds of LEATHER,
THE * RENOWNED
WILL LECTURE IN YENTER'§' HALL,
Under the auspices of the Citizens' Lecture Association
On Tuesday 'Evening i ' •pee. 20, '7O.
OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES
•• GILT GOLD SHADES;
BAILEY'S FIXTURES, -
TB E.; 110 WE SE WING DI AC 111 N E
i s the popular niacb,ne In the vterld. Over
4,000 sold every mouth ! It makes It beautiful Lock
:Welt, alike un bath sides. Kill seam. quilt, bent,
tuck, cord. hind and broil. Works equally w ell upon
linen, woolen and cotton goods Mill silk, cotton
or linen Otte:ld.
is agent far Huntingdon county Call at lila Carpet
Store and sea the tuachines. Oct 11 'TO,
Lett' For neat JOB PRIIVTINO, call a
he "GLOBE JOB PHINTINO 0FFV.71;." Lt Hun
TAPE, CORD AND TASSALS
.AT LEWIS!. BOOK-STORE
JAMES A. BROWN
A GREAT NIF:RICAL DISCOVERY
Dr. I.V.ILLD- - - 7:1% . 3 CALIFORNIA
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FA - NCY "DRINK, Pg`4 l
Linde of Poor Itian, Whiokcy . : Prtor
and Ilefulso Liquors doctoral, spired end r , vzsr.d•
cued to please the taste, called" Tonics,""Appstie.
MT," " Restorers," z.c., Cirt lend the tippler cu to
drunbcr.ncas and :::in, Let are a tree Medicine, acids
from the Nat.\ a Docie and Dubs of California, fain
front till Alcoholic t 4 thiiiilniitt. Ere
GREASE' BLOOD PEIt I FIER. and A LIFE
GIVING PIII2VCIPLE a perfect Deno, rice tail
Ins igorator cf the F,ystem, carrying off alt poisoi.ots
nuatter and restating tl.c blood ton healthy
Do person can tsbe these Bitters tenore.h.ff 1. C....a.
Con and remelt tong unwell.
41.00 will be given forms Incurtble net, I
ie bones are lof destroyed by mineral p0i... .
other teeter, dal vzasted Ds;
point Of Tcl
rf.r natl Chronle E.Lict=s
than and Gaut, I) onevsin, or ruff iacnt ions
DI It omit tont oust I ta crtnit tent Fesct s
r the Motel, Liver, 11.1sIney Itnti
'IAV-C 1311:enn I :NC been most suet,::;
EiKls are eaur.ed by V lilt:as:1
Ei tins!, u Nell is ff.:ter:illy riciluccd by (1(.1:14;(.r.:C - t
et Cie Mae:mire Oceans.
DES 1PE.P.5.1.1. OIL I NP.ILIThaTIGN,
ache, fain la the lannadcrs, Coughs, Tiglaus. s r Mc
• Dizziness, Sone. Eructations of the Cenece!.
Dal testa M the Mouth, Dillon° Attache, Defltialin
of the /feat t, Ibilanimatlon of the Lungs, rain In C..:
region:, ef the lfidneys, end a hundred other' al
ry mptome, bra the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
'Dv p Invigorate the Stomach and stimulat tho tor
pid liver and bowels, which render them. of uner,auli„l
efficacy in cleansing the blood of all Impraltits,
imparting new Ilfe and vigor to, the whole system.
FOIL STUN DISEAST.9, Ertiptlons, Totter, Salt
I.licurn, Motel:es, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Dells, C:.,
benches, Dieg-IrormS, Scald-need, fore Eyss, Et y .1; •
else, Itch, Scurfs, Discoloration of the Shin, Ilun:cta
✓ D.usr.ses of the :.Lin, of whatei,er name or mitrr, , ,
era Ltt rally slog up and carried out of the sy :atm .
snort tine by the use. of these Bitters. Cue Lett:a L.
noel: eases will cenvincz the most lacrcilulsta Cf Casa
Cause 033 y:oacesl Elood•vhencver you ih.d 03
in•purities bursting through thm chin in Pimples, Loll.,
(ions or beret; cleanse it v,lun you find it obstructed
and sluggish in the veins; cleans° it When it is fat!,
and your feelings will tell you when. Ncep the blood
pure and the health of the system will follow.
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurking in the
system of no many thousand=, are effectually (learn).
ed and removed. For full directions, road car..ll.l!y
the circular around cacti bottle, printed fa four i.. •
guages—linglish,Cerman, Fiend; and Spanish.
J. 'WALKER, l'roprletor. P.. 11.1•ICDONALD & CO.,
Druggists and Gen. figenti,:- Can Trarcibco,
awl 32 an 131ConiumreU Street, New Tor L.
1::7":201-D I3Y AIL DIWUGISTS AND DEAL:IRS.
DR. SCITENCIK.. advises Consumptives
to go to Florida in the Winter.
slaving fm the last thirty-Ilse yearn devoted my whole
and attention to the study of lung disease and corn.
sumptiou, I feel that I under stand folio the coulee that
ought to be paroled to restore a tolerably hid CllOO of die
caved hulls to healthy soundness. Tho first and most
important step in for the patient to avoid inking cold,
and the best ul all places on this Continent for this pur
pose 11l winter, is Flo: ida,lrahl down in rho Plato, WllOOO
the temperature is tegllrar, 411111 not satinet to such varb
aliens lain snore Northern latitudes. Palatka is a point
I. e.dt recournit tot. A . giroil hotel is kept there by Petm•
1,4. winter I bow 804.141 persons there ',h e ,
lungs hail been b 1,01 111,0. snider the heal.
lug iolloenco of the climate and my medicines, u. Tv get
One hundred miles fur thee down the altar in a point I
alit prefer to Palatka. as the, trasperlituro is more
lessor and the nil . dry and bracing. I'elidenville and En
terprise are located there. I should give a decided pie.
tore nee :0 Modonlillo. It in two nuleti from liver, er
lake, oral it seems almo•t mpossiblo to hike cold there.
,The tables in Florida Might be better, and patients com
plain lit tittles but that is good sigr.. as it indicates a to.
tui 0 of appetite, and then this is the case they general
ly him can in 110.11. And tiles rho lng.; nest heal.
.luelc•olis Ili, (been Cove, aud innoy other
places in various pat to ul Flo nl.l, can bo safely r ecum
mended to consinnytiyes in II inter. My reasons for sa) ;
ing sus ore that villeins aro less liable to take cold these
Orin ninon there ii - r 1 I. 44 mu; teinpurainrO t and it is
lint oneennity 10 ray that uheie a consumptive person
exposes to tel quest colds he is certain to die
Tlisnnforo valivico is. go nen doles into the
brute out of the re.wli of pees ailing erns 1110,1, ~,..t fo e s •
Secksonsille ' 0, almost nut other id the hscalities I have
Rill hem lit these ulio are troubled mitts a torpid
liver, n disordered stomach. deranged bowels, sore throat
or cough. but for those u lasso lungs are diseased a 11101 e
souther n point, is ear restly recommend( it.
For fifteen years prior to 1010, I At°, professionally in
New York, Boston, Baltimore and Philadelphia every
Meek, where I saw and examined on an average tri o
drul patients n nsoh. A peelen an exteusive, embra
cing every possible phase of lung disease. thy c noun in
reg and to tatting cold. A person row take vast rionnti
ties of “Selienck's Paluionie Sy up, Senivael Conic and
Mandrake Pills," and vet, doe if d,cs rioter sid tatting
sold. - •
In Florida, mirky everyboly is using Schenck's Man
drake Pills, for the climate Is more likely to produce
billions - habits thou mars northern latitudes. is
ell established tact that natives of Florida rarely die of
consumption, 'especially those of tho southern .part: On
the other hand; ht Nov England, coo third, at least of
the Perlblatton die of this terrible disease. In the
:Antes it does not prevail so largely, still th no aro
many thousands of cases Oros a. What a vast percent.
age of life would be saved if consumptives Woro as oaeily
alarmed Ili regard to taking Irehlt cold as they are about
seat lot fevers small pox, or. - lintthey are not. They
talso'What they torta ft UWOOOIII, which they ate credu
lous eliOngli to believe a ill ular of its u few ria3., They
pay no intention to it, and hence it lays the touralat ion
fur another and another still, until the lungs are diseas
ed beyond all hopu fur cure.
3ly advice to persons Whose lungs ern affected even
slightly is, to lay ill 0 sloth of Schenck's PulinunieSryup
&Amuck's Seancal 'Conic, tool Schenck's )1 andrako Pills
and go to Florida I recommend these particular mesh.
eines becalm I am thoronghly sieved:dal trick their
cerium 1 I.IIOIV that ushers, they aro used in strict accor
dance with my directions they will do tiro work that is
required. This ncournpli.lied,tosturo till
,sto the rest.—
Ihe physlifian glib prescribe - 8 io`r cold cough or night
sneats. and then advises the p dicta to nail: or lido rut
over p day, will ho our° to have a corpse ankhis hands be
fore long. t . ,
: styplon is to give nip three midichres, in accordance
printed directioks, ogccpt In sumo cases sthero,a
ft eer use of the Mandrake' Pills is necessary. '31 . 3. Object
is to give toms to the stouriscli—Us get up a good upce
tite. It is aluays 0 goon nigh ,then It patient begins to
glow hungry. 1 havolmpes of such, With a relish fur
food soil the gratiticatibwilfluckrelisli comes good blood
and with it more flesh; ritrich is 'closely followed by a
healing 01 the longs, 1 Iwo the cough loosens and abates.
the creeping chills and bloomy, night.sweats lno longer
prostrate anilantl4, and the patient gets well provided
he avoids takmg cold.
Now there aro many consumptives who have not the
111•11/13 to go to Florida. Thu question may be asked, Is
there no hope for Snell 1 Ct dimity thei u Is , .fly advice
to such it, and ever has bembje Anap. ' warm room
during tke"liiiiiii4tivittua temitierlittlrebfubejty soventP°
u hudt should lib hi tit regularly at this polo t, by means
of a thermometer. Let such a patient taboo lain exercise
unfair the limits of the ruomby walking up and down
as much as his strength, 11 In order to kcek up
a:101001y simulation of too blood. Howe, cured thous.
'ands by thit'systern, and can do so'again. 'Consumption
to us easily cured as no other disease if It •is taken in
tune, and the proper kind of treatment is Mir:rued. Thu
tact stands undisputed on record that schonclOs rulmon.
lc Syrup, 3laudrake Pills, arid jitialkned Tonic have cured
very many of what seemed io,ho 1191)01e4.5 cases of con
sumption. Coe hero yob % t ill, You nail ho almost cer
tain to find sumo poor COnStiniptito ti ho hiss been rescued
from the very Jan s of death by their 1140.
So far as the 3landrako Mk aro concerned, everybody
shouldleepti supply, of,thou on hand. Tbey'ect on' the
iivsir better than calomel, and leave noun of its hurtful
effedis behitill: In fief they are excellent• in all cases
nitwits o,p,prgatiso illations° is.required, If you 'have
patttiken fieely of fruit and diarrhoea ensues, a dose
of this Mandralaqi will cute yeti. If you aro 'subject 'to
nick Ileallacho,pkaa doss of tho :Mandrakes and , they
will relieve you' in . two hours. I lyon would bbviatelhe
diem, bfn chlinge of qater, or the tors free indulgence In
Trait, take one of the 31andiakes every night or every
other night, and you may then drink sister and water.
melon., pears, apples, plumbs, poaches or corn, without
the risk of being made sick b 1 then. They will protect
those is ho live lutpanly - sitttalioLti ngbinit shuts unit fo
iers. Try theirs: `They aro Prifebtly harmless. Thay
cam do Son wool oillY•
I base abandoned nip prolanlolllll stoke to Boston and
New. York, tot comings; 10400 patients at my Mike, No.
15 North Sixth Street. Philadelphia, every :Saitnrtitiy,
Irons oa. pi, to 3p. cu. 'lame who n ish' thorough' ex
amination u Ith rho Itesprisonseter rd I be charged fivo
dollars Thu Respirometer declares rho actual condition
of the longs and ILI 04. /lea. /4,3..114,ther they
are combiner tfot. ;Tut Idesiee it llislifictly- upileystood
that the yo4tio,4f,thopredirtnep depentl3„;entirtly upon
their being taken strictly according to directions.
I conclusion, 1 will say that when persons take my
eillellleB old their systems are brought into a healthy
condition the.,eby, they ion nut to !Udall to take cold,
3et no ono s vuh dllAostol longs can bear a Builders change
of atmosphere uttlniathe liability of greater or loss tr
ill:awn of the trotichial tubes.'
Full slits oboes lla all languages accompany my meal
citte., no expliLiVilid clear that any one can use them
Wyatt, consult Mg one, and cub - be bohghf from nisy
•:..".g gis ; • -• ;•'" ';
• : JAL stnumcit - ?k . .
,N0:115 N, Sixth Sb Pitilfula•
Ap. is, 1870.1 y,
piivq.s FOR 1871;
For sale at Lewis' Book Store
Lif t abitertistratitb.
CENT 11AL BOTETJ,
HOT lE . EAST CORNER TOORTE AND SPRUCE ETB
(formelly of Iluntingdon, Co,) Pll.Oert
..Centrally located nod tho mo,t convenient point for
romehouts Isitulg the city. Accommodations (of tlie
firetclutic. Al the modern Improvements. Every nt
tontionwillhcoxtonde to tiCit.4 jEtns-13.
; a .
s ,. 41-, nr 391 Y. Ilb St.. l'lneiN:ati. 0.
tilt• I:tf 1101 , 141:11 Npuiug
anti I lie
0041+4. Tilt. 3 wiltorl,t you
ti . .ggl. , l l wilclit to 3,,t1.
AIMS MARY E. AlMirri
MISS MARY E STEYEIN-,5
AI i❑ fieop n 11,11
DOA HMSO AND DAY SCHOOL
At 2,3 Tutputioettn etreet,
ADZ- For circalcra, njaply to U.) Principals. jyl9-2m
37,13E2.- 1-1.M.M1417..., at te - . p a
Cancer fist ((We, 931 Arch St.; Prof. Dalt.. 2.3.9 W.
9th St., etnCinnati, 0., and Or. Greene, at Charlotte,
N. C. 0.. mak. - tus astonishing
Ureo e r s A I% all
P, wl r o i 4 . „ A bY.
" ?, 6 ; gr' h "
knife or caustic ~,,. ..... , ',:oh:, ulna, the
and uith but little 74 V.... el pain. Every
root and Ilk. 19 . C) T. ~ gilled and re
moved. if tel.. in i„,9 0 V/ Ilmenud can.
not return. Ilea are `',..., wt id of boys Pro
fessol 3, x ith their 'eo 4. .- bogus treat
ments, stealing our 9/1 IR fn aver t 'so
ros., No ethers have these
treatments. None other should ever be used. For
lartiCUlars, send for et renlar.eall. oradd rase as Above.
co L oylvAr j r.
Chestnut Street, West of Fifteenth. •
Tide now nod elegant 10010111 now open o fof
the reception of guests. It If of the moos Abero
Constructlee, and furnished In a style unser.
passed by any of the first hotobt of Europa o.
JOHN C127.7111P Prop's..
OEO, FREE.ILAN, Sup'!.
-• • •
rpflEl Great American Health Restorer, purifies
the blood nod cures Scrofula. 9) philig, :Jan
Diseases, Rheumatism. Diseases of Women and all
Chronic Affections of tiro Blood. Lir.•r and Kid
ney, Recommends,' by tho Medical Faculty and
thousand of our bestcitizens.
Read the testimony o" - Physicians and patient•
mho have used Rossi tits send Dr our ROHM:till iS
Guide to Health or V. manic for this year, mbleh
we publish for enstmtous distribution; It mill
give you much saleable inforniction,
De. It. W. Carr, of Baltimore sass:
I take pleasure In rec •mmending your Bendel
is as a vory pee alai alterative. I. have seen it
used In two cases with happy results-e-eno In case
,of secondary syphilis, in which the patient pre.
nounced himself cored after having taken five
bottles of y our medicine. Tito other is a case of
scrofula oflong standing, which is tepidly im
proving under its use, and the Indications are
that the patient u ill soon recover: I have care•
fully examined the formula by which your Rosa
delis is made, and find it an excellent compound
of all alterative ingredients.
Dr. Spat Its. of Nicholasville. Ky., says ho has
used Itosadalis in cases ofscrofula and secondary
Syphilis with satisfactory results—es a cleaner of
the blood I know no better remedy. -
Fair ;lel G. McFadden, Murfrecboro' Tennessee,
1 I hove used Berea bottles of Itossibills, and am
entirely cur( ii of Blum autism j send me four bot
tles, as I wish it for my Mother, who hes act Mi
mes sore eyes. .
Benjamin Bechtel, of Limn, Ohio, writes, I
.offered for twenty years with an inveterxto erup
tion over my body ; a short time since I pur
chased a bottle of iteeadalis and it effected a I=-
liosadal is is sold by John Bead and S. S. Smith,
Huntingdon, Pa . and Di uggiats generally.
Lahratery, Cl Exchange Piano. Baltimore. -
F0b.53.1 yr. 2 or 3 p
igbeht Premium, Silva. Me.til, awarded over all
titian, at Mechanics' Exhibition, Boston, October,
The original and genuine
sEr, P.REGULATIN G,
\Mit PATENTDD DUST SCREEN,
GRATE DAR RESTS, and ,• , •
and •AUTOUATIC REGULATOR..
• . •• •
For Burning Anthracite or Bituminous
Coal or. Wood.
10 sizes Tor brickwork, and two sizes l'orlablo
Altailir iCTURED OZiLY Br
J., REYNOLDS & SON,
N. IV: CORNER 13TIt•AVD FILBERT STS
These Ileatere aro mado of heavy Wrought-Iron, well
riveted together, and aro warranted to bo absolutely gas
and duet tight: They arc the only limiters that are man
aged w ithont any dampers, and in which all kinds of
fuel can ho burned without alteration.
CooK4'4lq, RANGES lox; Motels reptaurants,
and ftiinilies, ' . . . . . .
`Also; a PLAT-TO' HEATING RANGE.,
FIRE IPL AGE -HEATERS, • ' •
LOW DOWN GRATES
'li. " '
SLecTi , N 1E1 . 3, , ,
I. REGISTERS AND VENTILATORS: '
• Pamphlets giving full description , sent free to any ad
drese. , (June
PIPER & HERRENCANE,'
NanqapkuKeTs of , r: ,
-a•T 16 .•34 1 areaL , •1; •
M,Parmers having Breen' Corn can get
it inauufaetureel otvehqree :IT 'caning on us.
The SIIOP is located
NEAR TIIE LOCK AT STONE CREEK.
ill : i ,
A Patent Self I3aster has been attached to this celebr
led GROVER d: BARyIip39IIIO?I4q4NES. , .
The above machines hill wake either the chain or
aid Loth etiri4eB):' Call mid
co them For Nailer in'for'mation write to or co
• L'el;'ter's .. l;till ' dlng, up etniie.
Ai 1.11 264 t
1.870,,G1P 6 2tit1ii1870
JAMES N. BROWN,
Ta constantly receiving at his new
Beautiful Patterns of Carpets, fresh from the rooms of
the manufacturers. Ills stock comprises
BRUSSELS,' • INGRAINS,
TENITTAN, WOOL DUTCH,
LIST and RAG CARPETS,
- CARPET CHAIN,
COCOA and CANTON MATTING.%
FLOOR, STAIR and TABLE
,C) X la 4P 4 la Clo °I" 3EL Si p
WINDOWSIIADES Mid Fixtfires, Drnagets, 'Paw
Rugs, Door Mats, Extra Carpet Thread and Binding
snake n specialty of lufniehlng CHURCHES end
LODGES, at City Prices, and invito Nilnishing Commit.
tees to call and tee goods mule expressly tar their pur•
'Suers will rare 'meaty and be better suited by 'solid
to the regular Carpet and Ott Cloth Stara for any of the
titan o goods. I defy competition in priced ,And variety
of beautiful patterns.'
,CARPETS 25 cents por YARD and UPWARDS. ,
' I hdre also the Agency for 06 Original
HOWE SEWING MACHINE
so well known no the brit Family Machina in tho worlit
Call al the CARPET' STan'and ree,them.
JAngs A. ultowN,
Ifuntingdon, Oct. 4,'70
West Huntingdon Foundry,
PLOWS, THRESHING MACHINES,
FAIINI BELLS, BUD AND gLEIGIT SOLES,
WAGON BOXES, IRON KI.TI4IAB)
For Flo naces, Forges, Or;st and Saw Mills, 'ramming
and Isrtckyards, . '
AND JOB WORE IN GENERAL.
AncirecEcTunAL & ORNAMENTAL DEPARTMENT.
Tron Porticos and Verandahs,
Balconies Columns - and Drop Ornament for.wocdo9
portiros and verandahs,
I.Vmdow Lintels and SIRe,
Cast Ornamoute for wooden Natal,
Collar Window Cluarde all sine;
Chimney Tope and Flues,
Sash Weights, Carpet Strips,'
Registers, lioAters, Coal Orates, •
Vault Castings for coal and wood collars,
Arbors, Treo-boxes, Lampposts, Hitching-Poe!,
Iron !tailing for porticos, vorantrahs, balconies, flower
Yard and Cornett ry Fences, etc.
Purlieu/or 'attention paid to fencing Cemetery
Address JAMES SIMPSON,
5e23,08 - linntingdon,
EASTON BEAK E.
[Successors to J. M. CONNINGITAM & SOR,]
Iron and Brass Founders,
IRON and BRASS CASTINGS mode in a Brat class
. „._ Foundry. We bare always on band 'ill
kinds of Plow and StoVo Castings, Wash
I 141;cfL. Kettles, Cellar.windows, Grates, Coal bole
: - rrnf ,- "-,./i ; .1 ; . ; . Casting s for pavements, Window weight.
„,„ of all sizes And »eights, PipoJolnts, Sled
and Sleigh soles, Wagon boxes, Machin. Caatings, for.
steam And water, pilot. now. SW (' IM an t plaster mills at
HEATERS AND IRON FENCA:S,
of the most improved style, oven doors and frames, door
sills, and in fwct everything made in Chia Mo.
I.IVe bare a larger stock of patterns, and= furnish tas•
tinge at short notice, and cheaper than thereon he bad
in Cho conntry. timing a good drill, we aro prepared to
do drilling and fitting up of all kinds.
Office In Limiters' how Both:nog; hill streci,. flouting
CLEIII;NTS & CO.,
Mel,. 17, 1.860
NEW'STOVE AND TIN STORE.
BUCHANAN, ALLISON & CO
Hate opened a new entre in !enter's new building, in
the Diamond, Ituntingdon, Pa., end bore ready forMa
tibarge oseortment Of
_, Cook .and Parlor Stoves ,.
SPEER'S REVOLVING Mu
" SPEWS ANTI-DUST,
SPEER'S ANTI-DUST COOll STOVES,
VIITIPS REGO,t4TOR and ETIREHA COOK §TOV.gS
lleo, a ltirgo amoortmont of
VIIV 4)46 g0t28120.11411S
and egreat variety of Goods, never before kept Ip this
place, We also pianufaetuip „ .
- TIN WARE ;TO ORDER.
'llepatring t 'lloofing 'anti Spouting dbneat short notice ,
Ahr Country Stores stipplied with Tin Ware : at ; city
Confident of being able to make It advantageous to
their customers they respectfully solicit a glum° of public;
ROOM -IN„YENTER'S NEW BUILDING
IN TILE DIAMOND, lIIINTINODON, PA
Jan. 5, 1670
pm: GEOi SHAEFFER
fle.,slust iCitiinc4 from the" tioj l W
B6OTS - SlirdES“ 641TileS
Which ho afore to the lospoction or his customers and
the public generally. ue will soli his stock atthe most
) REASONABIIE :PRICES,
tios6 whO Pureti;es . :6iwWWill =rely 'call again
'BOOTS — cSIIOES MADEiTO•ORDBR;
And IttSPAllilgi done In the neateet Most exiedi..
3fr. , Sehaeffeest• Won't:a- BM steels:if; a
fe,vdoors west of the Diamond. ;
, !tp. li , 186 Es
N Arib . stiothitt
:Warps the ,m 11.4111 that hp tail ;Just
oponea at his old - stand Da the Diamond,
yuntiagdon, '; '• ; • •
A:Fine Assortment-6f all=kinils of
AND SHDES'. •
rOr Gentlemen, ant
• Alt Oisvblch hto will sell at fats • sales and
enatt profits. Call and oxamcntrinid.l' L' •
'lluuti9gdonj Ap214:1S01:'" " •
TO THE N: E. CORNER' OF DIAMOND.
13 oot SjiWe'lmporium.
....3 - 011N iN.BSTBIROVc
Respectfully informs the citizens of Efuntlagdon. and
vicinity that ho hasieskreecired front. tho oity a NEW auJ
splendid stock of
BOOTS SHOES JiATS
liosiery, Shoe Findings, earpet:Scick
Trunks,&c.,„&c„ &c„ Afcc.
all or prepared to ; ell at greatly reduced prices
Dorn forge£ the nea , et ,. ...od to thelThimond. Old cute':
mere and the pul t l ic ge r
:wratiVaretnefted to celI t c , 9 •
.I.ltnitingdonj ap.7, leog.
AL ma ra Ja.-ci -Ist
W.M. LEWIS, Dealer in Boas; St
tiouery led My ! lohirumants;corgor of iA
A FRESIL STOCK OF
M. MARION McNEIL
8L61113 dr McNEIL.
Poi. 'Soleil' 1 letais' Book Store, -