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Tuesday morning, Dec, 13, 1870.
LOCAL & PERSONAL
Jl4,o2lOrieal'-'1.0561, No. 300, -A. Y. H., meets second
tlunday - 4veningot each month, in Brown's building.
Standem:bione zr. It. A. Chapter, No. 201, meets the
firedteseaday evening of each mouth, in Broun's
.ftiniada bodie; No. 117, I 0. 0. F., meets every Friday
evening4third floor,, in Leister's
Mount five: Chimp of I. 0. 0. 11, meets every second
and fourth Tuesdays, lu Leister's building, third floor.
Standing &One Lodge, No. 65, I. 0. G. T., meets every
Tuesdiii evening in third flour of Bead's building.
Arrtrprdioe Tribe, 110.68, I. 0 of it. AL. meats every
Thursday evening, third floor, Leister's
T auistian Association meets the fir.t end
thild Monday ee eniugs each month, in Smith's building.
Post 33, 0. A. R.; meets Third Monday of each month
in Court HOMO. '
Town Cbuncit meets the first Friday evening of each
Iluntingdon Lodge, No.llo, K. of P., meets every Sat
urday evening, in tnith's
Huntingdon Temple of Honor, No. 71, meets the fourth
Monday of each month in Good Templars' Hall.
The Websterion nub meets ovary Thursday evening, in
Y: M: CI. A. mom..
....o,,esserton Maim% sa. tr. meets first and third
Tuesdays ofesich month in Good Tempters Mall.
BapthJt diustii—Washington Street. Rev. J. W. Plan
nett. Services on Sabbath : 1014 a. m., 7p. m.
Cathol:c--Washington Street. 1tev.1t..7. Aylward. Ser.
vices Brat three Sundale in every month.
•Evangelical.Luthenin—Mittlin Street. Rev. .7..7. Kerr.
;-Sertitts on Sabbath : 1034 a. m., 7 p. in.
Geraiin Reformed—Church Street. 11ev. S. I/. Steckle.
Service on Sabbath: 7. p. m.
Methodist Episcopal--Church Street. Rev. M. K. Foster
, • Services on Sabbath : 1014 a. m., 7 p. in.
-Protestant Episcopal—Hill street. Rev. A. 11. Boyle,
Services on Sabbath: 1034 a. m.,
-Presbyterian-11111 Street. Rev. G. W. Lalnitser. Ser
vices on Sabbath : 11 a. m , 7 p.m.
40n the Wing.
Saxton has a new Odd Fellows' Hall.
The Altoona Daily Sun has suspended
The last autumn was The hottest on record.
Going like hot cakes—tickets fur Billings'
lei:titre on the 20th inst.
All eyes and ears—Young America in
. search of Christmas gifts.
"Rowdyism is on the increase in Altoona."
Was it ever on the decline ? •
An editor without scissors is like an old
woman without s pectacles
Hematkable—The way our jurors are se
lected. Huntingdon can't complain.
Dull sole—pork and beef at reasonable
Trims: Pork S and Sic; beef 8 and 9c.
Our subscribers are promptly paying up in
.order to get even with the enlarged Globe.
Christmas comes on Sunday this 'year—
Monday will be turkey day with most people
The Dorsey property in this place was sold
on Thursday last to Mr. William Long for
The Globe was the only parer which gave
its subscribers the President's message in an
The last few days have been a little win
teriell, and the nest few days may be n little
A:lletlfordite bit at a "confidential" New
'York circular. We hope to hear of no such
fools in our county.
Everybody subscribe for the Globe now.—
It trill enlarged in January nest. Terms
$2.00 a year, in advance.
Perrons wanting any kind of goods should
.send to the agency of Brom itt Bros. No. 55
Cliambers - street, New Yolk.
:Almanacs, like brooms, - may _Le
every house. And some of our citizens are
-well posted in "signs."
Pickpockets in Philadelphia chug cigars
-and give them to the nice-looking fellows
.they want to pluck.
They are wise who secure their tickets in
-iiclsonce fur Ju:h Billings' lecture 'renter's
Huh on the 20th inst.
Christmas is coming, and the little folks
core beginning to feel good, We hope they
cony n t be disappointed.
Everyb ,dy is trying to account for the
lack - of cold weather, and it is remarkable
bow many sages we do have.
We expect our tow Gordon Job Press this
-Week, when we will do all kinds of Job prin
ling in the highest style of the art.
Bro. Trough, of the Hollidaysburg Stand
ard, paid us a visit last week. Ho looked
:as gay as a peach, without the blossom.
The Tyrone Herald aims high if it does lie
low—it Ihas booked Chaillu and Gov. Geary
•as subscribers. It must find a poor market
If home institutions desire home patronage
will they get it by sending their printing
away, when it can be done as cheap and as
good at home t
The West Huntingdon people now talk of
erecting a market•house. Those enterpris
lug people will not be long in getting this
and other conveniences.
Bernard Wolf and Henry Betz each paid
their 55th year's subscription to the Chem
beitiburg .Repository the other week. They
should each hare a gold medal.
It is to be inferred that on one holiday
at least all the stores in our borough will be
•olused. •This wonderful fact will occur next
Christmas; reason is, it-comes on Sunday.
We learn theta special train will be run
•on the Broad Top road on the evening of the
20th inst., for the accommodation of all who
desire to hear Josh Billings lecture.
About the best thing, wo think, we can
toffs: our subscribers as a New Years' pres
ent is, the Globe enlarged. How many will
Present us their names and the cash for a
year? Nov is the time to subscribe.
We are pleased to note that Austin K.
Buoy, new.of Hollidaysburg, has taken a sol
emn oath before a Squire to abstain from
the use of liquor as a beverage. We hope
he will have moral courage to resist when
tempted by fake friends.
Prof. James Stevens of the Hunting.:on
Academy is teaching a night school in this
place. Ifsome of those boys who "run round
st.nights" would avail themselves of this op
portunity there would be a brighter pros
pect for their future.
We must say it. D. S. Africa has the
largest and best selection of Candies, Toys,
Jos lry, Penknives, Ptcket-books and Hol
iday Presents we have ever seen in this neck
d woods. Don't put off making . your pur
chases, fur now is the time for a good choice.
A subscriber out of the county says our
.'On the Wing" column is like a letter from
home. Just so, but get a letter from
borne, though often short, is not more accep
table than a home newspaper, which not on
ly gives all the home news of any importance
but also gives the news of the day,
rerAn elegant assortment of Ladies
Furs, embracing Mink Sable, German
Fiteb,.Siberian Squirrel, Canada Mink
Water Mink, French Coney, &c., just
opening at rooms of
..P10Y.: 2, 4;01. FlB.llEil SONSt
A SAD ACCIDENT.—On Saturday,
December 3d, George Montgomery,
aged about ten ycais, who Resides with
Ins parents at Three Springs, was car
rying a rabbit•trap to the woods to set
a shot t distance hem town, when ho
caught his foot in a brush and fell
with his face on the top of the trap, in
which was a sharp nail about one and
a half inches long, which entered his
eye-ball, causing the contents of the
ball of the eye to ooze out. Dr.
Tompson was called in who dressed
the wound. The boy is doing as well
as could be expected, but the Doctor is
fearful that he will lose the other eye
also, through sympathy of the one
that has received the wound.
ANOTHEEL-Mr. Darius G. Doyle,
carpenter of Three Sp'lugs borough,
on Friday, December 2d, was at work
putting the cornice on the gable of a
building when the scaffolding gave
way, and Mr. Doyle fell a distance of
twenty-two feet, lighting on his right
hand and the side of his head. A plank
fell front the scaffold on which he was
at work and struck him ou the back
of the neck. He was taken up insen•
sible and carried to a house near by.
Dr. J. F. Thompson was summoned,
who examined him and found his
wrist dislocated and a bone in the
hand broken. The doctor pronounced
the injuries internally of a serious na
Mr. G. IV. Dough was on the seal.
fold also at the time it fell, but saved
himself by catching to a window.
CHILD HUIVE—On Wednesday last
Harry, a little son of Mr. Samuel A.
Steele, of this place, was almost run
over by a wagon containing two hogs
which weighed over God pounds. The
little fellow had fallen down in the
street, and as Mi. Steel and another
man were hauling the wagon, Mr. S.,
who held the shafts, was suddenly
kneeked round by the wheel striking
something, and on looking back be saw
his son's head in front of OM wheel.—
Had he not looked back, the child
would have been killed, as the wheel
would have guile over his week. The
little fellow escaped with a slight inju
ry, caused by the wheel scraping his
A FREE PITCLI-IN.—Theeo colored
women got into a fight in this place
last week, which started by one calling
the other a bad name, and the other
one taking a part. lhoy "fought no
bly" for it was with difficulty they
could be separated. The broil com
menced over a mash-pot, and before
it ended, the mush, hair, waterffills
and ribbons were scattered in all di
rections. The combatants made up
shortly afterwards and were' as "good
as pie" to each other, and had a gay
time narrating what they did and how
they did it.
Just as a traveler was writing his name on
the register of a Leaaenworth, Kansas, hotel,
a bed-bug appealed and took its way across
the page. The man paused and remarked
"I've been bled by St. Joe flea., bitten by
Kansas city spiders, and interviewed by rt.
Scutt graybaeks, but I'll be hanged if I was
uver in a place before w hare the bed-bugs
looked over the hotel register to see where
your room was I"
Lewis' is the Place to. Buy
School Books and Stationery,Bibles, Hymn
Books, Miscellancuus Books of all kinds,
Blank Books, Sunday School Books, etc.;
Inks of all kinds, Notions, Perfumery, Pock
et Books Pocket Knives, Musical Instru
ments, Wall Paper, Window Shades and
Fixtures, etc., etc., etc. InovlLtf.
BAZAAR or FASlllON.—Particular attention
paid to Dress and Cloak making and all
kinds of sewing. Also a full line of Millin
ery goods, and Paper Patterns, constantly
on hand. Coffering, 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.
Hamer's, corner of Mifflin and Bath streets.
Get. 184. y.
Filling Up for the Holidays.
Lewis' lied Front Greeery.is filling
up with choice goods for the Holiday
season. Groceries of alt kinds, of the
best, constantly on hand. Also, Toys,
Fancy Goods, and goods of all kinds
usually found ins first-class Grocery
and Variety Store. Call and see. 3t
I !rt U rr
Butter 3e,35@40 as to quality; eggs
25; lard 25; potatoes BU@9O; dried
apples lOcts per lb; dried peaches 15@
25cts, per lb; beans 10@l8c quart; su
gar cured hams 30 cts; shoulders 18@
20 side 20@22 cts per lb; dried beef 80
@32 cts; flour $6,50@7,00, per barrel.
Green apples 7515100, as to quality.
Via.. Time and money can be saved by
buying of CREME:CT BROTHERS, who have in
connection with their extensive retail estab
lishment at Tremont, opened an agency at
No. 55 Chambers street. New York, for the
baying and selling of all manner and every
description of goods AT MANUFACTURERS' PRI
fie'- Information freely given.
4.e'. All Dram promptly filled. ,aa 41e13
We believe if a census was taken that not
more than one-half the families in this coun
ty would be found who take a home paper.—
This is an astonishing revelation to those
who think this is an intelligent county, but
we think the figures would prove our asser
tion. We hope it will not be soalways.
LaaUcs Dresses awl /Joys CLotllalng.
Mrs. B. Annie McCabe respectfully in
forms the public that she lias 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. Sho respectfully invites a full
share of patronage. ap7
P - Ono thousand dollars worth of
Montana Buffalo Robes, direct. from
Fort Leavenworth, have dust been re
ceived by as and will be sold 20 per
cent lower them last season.
Nov. 25 Gt. FISHER & SONS.
Can't be Uutleniold.
Red Front Grocery receives new
supplies almost every day, sells the
most, and freshest, and can't be under
CHOICE FRUIT, &C.—For the beet
Raisins, Figs, Currants, Prunes, Nuts,
Candies, &c , call at Lewis' Red Front.
Grocery arid Variety- Store.
Constantly receiving at Lewis'
Red Front Grocery, every-thing fresh
and good fur the floliday season.
aiiir Sweet Cider and pure °idol
Vinegar at Red Fro: t Grocery.
PIIILADELPIIM, Per, 10. 1 1 70.
Superfine Flour per burial , f.L4 email@example.com
Extra Flour per barrel firstname.lastname@example.org
Rye Flour per barrel email@example.com
Red Wheat per bushel
bye per bushel b7(aro3c. e.
Oats per bushel 50052et5.
Eirrenonan, Dec.l.o, 1870.
White Wheat Flour, 7.00&3.00
Wheat per bushel ,white $1.3001.35
Corn per bushel firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oats per bushel 48@50ets.
Eye per bushel $0,b0@0,82.
burley Nothing doing
Nksv Irma. Dec 10 —Gold eloseJ of $1,1134
PHILADELPHIA, occ. 9, 1870.
The following are the closing prices of Do
Haven & Bro., 40 South Third Street:
11. S. 6's of 'Bl, • - 1131 1131
" " '62, - - 1071 108 k
" " '64, - - 1074 1071
" 4 "65, - - 1061 1071
" " '65, new, - 1071 110 k
" " '6B, • -110 k 1101-
" s's., 10-40's, - 1101 106 k
U. S. 30 rear 0 per cent. Cy. 1001 . 1101-
Cold - - - ilOt
Silver, - - - - 105 108
Union Pacific 11.11Ist M. Bonds 806 815
Central Pacific It. It. - 910 . 910
Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds 650 670
CORRECTED WEEKLY Ill' HENRY & CO
FLOUR—Superfine Flour, per barrel, $.430
Extra Flour, do 6 U 0
Family Flour, do 6.50
GRAIN—Red Wheat, per bushel, 120®
\Vhite Wheat, do 1.300),
Bye, do 80
Corn, new, do 70
Oats, do 40
Barley, do 1.00
SEED—Timothy, do 4 00
Flaxseed, do 1.75
Cloverseed, per 04 lbs. 5.50
Coal.—Hard cool, per ton, 4 5000.00
Broad Top coal, do 3.008,3 50
LUMBER, per 1000 feet, 12.00®30.00
SHINGLES—Lap, per 1000 ft., 10.00002.00
Joint Shingles, do G.50®7.00
AltscELLAsrsous—Bark, per cord, 0.00
Bran, per cwt., 1.00
Hops, per pound 40
Wool, do 40®45
Hay, per ton, /2.00
Butter per pound, .35
Lard, " " 15
Eggs, per dozen, _,.)or
• Fun SALE.—A half lot in West Ifun.
tingdon, all fenced. Inquire at this
office. (Dee. 6. t.
ROAD LAW.l.—The General and Spe
cial Pennsylvania Road Laws, for Salo
at Lewis' Book Store—price 65 cents.
The next session of the Holli
daysburg Seminary begins January 4,
1871. nor 29 4t
Nov. 17, by Rev. M. L.. Smith, DAN.
lEL S. NYE to Miss LIZZIE PORT, all Of
On the Ist inst , by the Rev. William
Gwynn,_ OBURN Miss PA•
NINA SCHNEE, all of Ennisvilie.
In the Asylum, at Harrisburg, on
Nov. 26, JouN S. \VESTON, aged 56
years. The deceased was a citizen of
Mapleton, this county, and leaves a
widow and three children.
In Springfield township, Nov. 25t h i
MARY, wife ofJaeob Wible, aged about
Professors liccuANAN & Dowx of the American
University, are making wonderful cures ^
t 4 of Cancers, Tumours and Ulcers by their
IA new discovery A painless treatment, no
knife, .no plasters, no caustic burning. •
Th o most •-•— remark-'Q
~••• able effect CANCERS.. of this !til
treatment . .. „ _ . is, it sopa. • P;I
p rates the chemical elements of cancerous •tn
Et growths, so that they shrh cd, die and dia. •
.. appear nail trill not return. All those of- -
flirted can call on the Professors 'Buchanan & Down;
University; or address, No 514 Pine Street, Philada.
no undersigned Auditor. ;Tackled by the Court of
Common Pleas of Huntingdon county to distributo the
funds In the hands of D. It. P. Healy, High Sheriff, aris
ing from the sale of the real estate of Geo. C. Handl ton,
will attend to the duties of his appointment at Gm olilco
of Simpson& Armitage in the borough of Huntingdon,
on ERIDAY, DECEMBER 23d next, at. 2 o'chck, P. M.,
when all Parties interested will present their claims, or
5o debarred from coming In open said fund.
The undersigned Auditor. oppointed by the Court of
Common Pleas of IN nt ingdon county, to take testimony,
&c., in•nn action of Account Render. between P. M. flare
and 11. S. Wharton, Pending in said Court, hereby gives
notice that he will meet the patties interested for the
pot posos - of his appointment, nt his office In Huntingdon
on FBIRAY, the 23d day of DECEMBER, 1810, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon
K. ALLEN LOVELT., ~
[Estate of ENOCH DEAN,doceascd.]
The undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Orphans'
Court of Huntingdon county, to distribute the funds In
the bonds of Matthew Campbell, Esq , executor of Enoch
Dean, late of Union township, deceased, will attend to the
duties of his appointment at the race of limp. on k Ar
mitage, in Huntingdon, en THURSDAY, DECEMBER
22d, next, at too o'clock, P. M., when nil parties Inter
ested to ill pre•ent their claims, or be debarred from cum.
lug in for a shale of mid fund. .
IMPORTANT TO SOLDIERS
All Cavalry line officers who worn in the sees Ice ho
tneen July 22,1 1061 and Jul) l'ith 1062 are entitled to
allowance for me and risk of horses, amounting for the
whole time to about $166; for a lees time, to a propor
tionate anionnt. hisoltarges mast nccomp•mv,clniota.
Ileirs of those ant: tied• but ulto were killed or died in
the set, ice, and limo arrears of pay traria,. been collected,
aro only required to giro a pour, of Athit ney.
Farrows tinting claims of this kind, or any taller claims
against the Government can havearanproniptl3 collected
by appl3 Mg in person or by letter to • .
K. A UAW LON'ELL,
July 12 IR7O-tr.
(Estate of JANE STEEL, late of this horo deed.]
Letters testamentary on the estate of JANE STEEL,
Into of the borough of Ituntingett,deceaseiLliming been
granted to the undersigned, all pet sons indebted are re.
.guested•tognake pa 3 silent and those hating claims to
present them duly authenticatedoryittinnent.
liuntingdott, the 6 61°
A DM INI STRA'rORS' NOTICE.
of.JAMES 11 II deceased.)
Letters of admlniatration mpon the estate of dames
3liller, late of Brady ton tiallip, deceased, l firing been
granted to the undeseigned, 'ell persona indebted to the
estate will make immediate payment, and those haring
claims will present them for settlement.
V. MILLER, Orliimia,
, JOIN W. HILLER, Mill Creek,
[Estate of DAVID 0 ARVER, deed.)
otters of ad m I n bdrat lon upon the estate of DUN id Gar
Nor, Into of 1...!111tbv township, deceased, having been
granted to the owlet signed, nll persons indebted to th
estate n 11l mat.° lot) incur, and those tiering claims toil
hmeent then, for settlement.
JOGS GARVER, dn.,
[l:sinte of Joseph Butter, aced.)
I.th.rs of odium:titration, upon the estate of Josepl
Rutter, late of Shirley too nship, Huntingdon County
deceased, harlng s been mauled to the undersigned, all per
EU.s indebted to the estate '*lll nuke immediate pa)
moot, and those ha) jog doinns IN ill present then: for Oct
cHAN.KLIN D. RUTTER,
Nor 1, 1870..f.t Administrator.
. A. D3IINISTRA.TORS' NOTICE.
t EHt.‘to of Peter Et tiler, deed.]
Letters of admitustration upon The estate, of Peter
Etnier, Into of Brady lowuelllp, deceased, having been
grouted, o the mle' signed, all persons indebted to the
estate m ill make immediate payment, and those having
Claims will prestut them for settlement.
D. N. rolls 1,
ldiliCreelc, Nov. ii, MO. Ailministiators.
, All having umuttled accounts with rno will
c4II cad settle by thul:OthorDecombor, ur find my Locke
with Esquire svi N ve for car ction.
Nov. 34 .10 tIN McCULLOCII.
W ISE & TAYLOR,
Steam Furniture Manufacturers,
At their new Furniture wares:mai in
S. T. BROIVA"S BUILDING,
have just opened an Immense stock ol all kinds or Fur nl
tura of the latest styles and tit* own um nufacture, con
Fine Parlor Suite,
Velvet, Hair Cloth, Rep,
Terry, and Plush.
Fine Chamber Suits.
Oak Si Maple, in Oil,
Grained or Veneered,
Mattings of all kinds,
Secretaries, Book Cases,
Breakfast, Dining and
In short, any and every thing in the furniture lino
manufacturea.to order and koptconstantly on hand and
&rimed of at
CITY WHOLESALE PRICES
Our present facilit les for manufacturing only enable
us to manufacture a better article but Met, for lees mon
ey Mao it possibly can be bought for in the eastern cities
We defy competition, and guranteu n saving of 20 pr
over any other Furn Ririe sold in this Waco or vicinity
and will nuke the ascot lion good in evory particular.—
Wye use call 1i ligthing else and be cenvinced.
Mifflin St, west of Lutheran Church.
S. T. Brown's building, Hill Street,
:gov. 15, 18704 p,
Is now prepared to fill orders for
EATIIERBO RD I NG,
And in short to do all kinds of Carpenter
'refurnish HUBS, SPOKES and TELLIES,
in quantities, and receive orders for
Ber All orders should lie addressed to
D. IV. ARTLEY, President,
June 16, 18694.
JOHN C. DULLER,
(Successor ,to Q. IL AIILLEIt & SON,)
All Kinds of LEATHER,
- HUNTINGDON, PA.
G. B. ABMIT.(OI'.
WILL LECTURE IN YENTER'S HALL,
Under the auspices of the Citizens' Lecture Association
G. B. AR3IITAGE,
On Tuesday Eveling, Dan. 20, '7O.
OIL CLOTH WINDOW SHADES
BAIL E Y'S, FIXT UIZES,
TEE HOWE SEWING' MACHINE
in the most popular machine in lien world. Over
&WO sold eoery month It makes n beautiful Lock
Stitch, alike oo both siden. Will beam. quilt, hem, fell,
luck, coed, bled and broil. Woe ki equally troll upon
Wilk, Imco, woolen and cotton goods will. silk, cotton
or lined Uncurl.
is agent for Huntingdon 'county Call at his Carpet
Stn. nod coo tJomacliuon. I ct 11'70,
FOR C "EAP JOB PRINTING
CALL AT TILL" GLOBE' OFFICE
.111111 in St. Iftentilufilon, 1'
GILT GOLD SIaDES,
TAPE, CORD AND TASWAS
1 M ENT
AT LEW/B' BOOK STORB
JAMES AI BROWN
A CHU ITEDIOAL DISCOVERY
Dr. wpaz.Eivc C? LITOILNIIS
z-r ' ;fur drcda of Thousands c :
Bear testimony 6nuornayti,t,oetparcllonder
WHAT ARE THEY'? F., P
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;,3 TREY ARE NOTVILEF.;
FANCY DRINK, m4s'
Made of Ponisltunt, WiliStCY, PrOgif
and Refimc Linnern doctored, spiced and sweet
ened to please the taste, called o Toules,""teppellz
cps," "Restorers," SC., that lend the I:phlcr on to
drunkenness and ruin, bet are a true Medicine, made
from the Nathc Roots null Becks of California, free
front - all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the
GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. and A LIVE
GIVING PRINCIPLE a perfect Renos ator and
Invigorator of the System, carrying sir all 'token:um
Matter and restoring the Llood ton healthy comlit:on.
ro person can talc there Bitters according le (tree
eon and roman long unwell.
OLGO will be given for an incurable case, provided
Cie bones are net destroyed
. k mineral hoist,- or
other means, at d theNitLa crunns wasted be:, cn.d il.e
point of renatr.
For Difiutoteitt cry and Chronic It henturt-
Ct:11 teed Gout, 2)3 apepsin, Ott IndigeNtio 0,
El , Ben.lt tent scud Intermittent revere
Ll' the Blood, Liver, liidneyn, and
Bladder, these Bit tern lave heels most enema
ta:. buch I:location arc caused II" VI timed
Mood. whlch is generally produced by derangement
ci the Elgearive Organs.
Pitt I!EPSIA 011. ixinGasmioN, Lead
ache, Pahl in the Shouldeis, Coughs, Tlghiaess et 11,1
Choot, Dizziness, Sour T.ructations of the Stemma,
Ead taste to the Mouth, Bilious: Attacks, Tc.lpltatltn
of tile Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Vain in h.e
regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other pamtul
symptoms, arc the offsprings of Dyspepsia.
y invigorate the Stomach and stimulate the tor
pidheer and bowels, which render them of unequalled
eglency in cleanrinr, the blood of r.ll impurities, and
imparting new life and vigor to the whole system,
YOU SKIN' DISEASES, Eruptions. Totter, rale
Itheutn, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
buncks, Ping-Woitus, Scald-Head, Core TycS,Erl
etas, itch, Seurfe, Discolot ationa of the ,
and Diseases of the bkln, of Whatel or name or natur,
sirs literally dug tip and castled out of the rybtel t Lt
nturt tints by hiss use of these Bitters. One bottls la
such eases Will convince the rno:t Inc:cantors of :h. *0
Cleanse the VitiatcdElooff whenever 3ou find Es
impurities bursting through the'sidri in Pimples, Erup
tions or Scrcs ; cleanse It when you find it obstruct,'
and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is foul,
and your feelings will tell you whoa. ffeep the Llossi
pure and the health of the system will follow.
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurking In the
system of so many thousands, are effectually de:1;m: - .
ed and removed. For full directions, rand ear.c..S.,
tile Circular around each bottle, printed I', fanr M. •
guagcs—English,Ocriunii, French cud Spanish.
.J. WALKER, Proprietor. MIL .IcDONALE CC
Drugg!ets una Gen. Agents, Co:, Fri.richer,
awl 32 awl Si Copuger33 Strett, law Ycr
CD" I:OLD Dr ALL nnucGisTs AND Dr.:LI:Jr:
DR SCHENCK advises Consumptives
to go to Florida in the Winter.
having for the last thirty-five years devoted my whole
throe and attention to the study of Inning disease and corn
smnption, I feel that i 'understand tinily the course that
ought to be pursue.: ton restore in tolerably bind case of dis
eased lungs to healthy soundness. The first and most
important step is ter the patient to meld Inking cold,
and the best of all places on this continent for tins pur
pose in winter; is Florida, well down inn iho State, mitere
the tempenitnie Is regular, and not subject to such wart
ationS its hi more Northern latitudes. Palatka is a point
I Cal reconme ni. A good hotel is kept throe by Peter
man. List winter I saw several persons thew ithose
lungs lend been badly diseased, but who. ender tine heal
ing influence ofllne climate and my medicines, wire get
One hundred miles further down the risen is a !mint I
would pt 'for to Palatka. as the temperature is more
even and the air dry and biasing. Venda: n.lllO and En
terprise ane Incited there. I should give a decided pre
ference to Ucdutrville. It is two tulles from liver, or
lake, null it seems almost Impossible to take cold there.
'rho tables in Florida might.be huller, and patients cum
plain at times lent that Is gond sign, as it indicates
turn of appetite, and when this to the case they general
ly increase In flesh, and then the lungs must heal.
Jacksonville, Iliberdia, Green Cove, and many idle r
places inn %art°ss pal is of Florida, eau he safely lecoin
mended to consumptives in minter:: My reagOti9 for Hal
ing so ere that patients aro less liable to take cold then e
than mitew there is a less roue temperature, and it is
net 'necessary to .y that en home n consmnptivo person
exposes linneolf to in ' , quoit colds he is eel lain to die
shortly. Then efore my ails ice in, go well down into the
State out of the reach el presetting Clint winds and fogs.
Sacicsunt ilk, or almost any other of tine localities I have
hem.lir.hower.)lo urs-ttoublett with in torpid
liver, a also] derud stomach. derailsed nos, Mi, amts tit roat
or cough. tun fur those mhos° thugs are dumased a more
.11010111 point is earnestly recommended.
For kfteett 3 ears prior to 18611. 1 was professionally in
New Volk, liondon, Baltimore aril Philadelphia every
meek, where I saw and eXill.lllll.l on nn average Ilse hun
dred patients a meek. A pt Hence so extensive, embra
cing exgry possible phase of lung disease, my caution inn
regardn taking cold. A person 111 iv take vast quanti
ties of ..Schenek's Putinonle Syrup, Seaweed fon is and
Mandtake Pills,' and yet 'lse 11 he duos no tay.dd taking
cold. . , ,
• In Florida; nearly everybody la swing Schenck's' Man
drake Pills, for the climate is more likely to produce
billions habits than more northern latitudes. It :is a
is ell established fact that natives of Florida rarely ails of
consumption, especially those of the southern part. On
tine other hand, In Now England. one third, at least of
the population die of this tetriblo dloo,liso. In the mid
dle States it does not prevail so largely,a still there • aro
many thousands of cases slime. q bet a vast percent•
ago of life would be saved if consumptives wino us eerily
alarmed in regard to taking fresh cold as they aro about
scarlet fover,eunall pox, cc. Bet-they arc not. Tltey
tasks what they term a Ilttlec old, v. hick they aro credit
lou's enough' to believe Will wear °flu in few days. They
pay no attention to it. and henca It la) s the foundation
for another and another still, until the lungs aro diseas
ed beyond all hope' for cure. •
My advice to persons whose lungs are effected ern
slightly le, to lay inn stock of Schenck's rtilmoaic dryup
Schenck's Seaueed Tonic, mol Schenck's Mandrake Pills
and go to Florida I t ecommend these particular mein
eines became I am thoroughly aceottinted with their
action. I know that utters the)• UM used in strict accor
dance pith my directions they will do the work that is
required. Tills itcoomplieheil, nature will do the rest.-
Ihe ph) bidet* wino prescribes for Cold' cough or night
sweats, and then advises the patient to mall: or ride eat
every day, NI in he surd to liars it,cot;pse on hid ..hautlike
My plan is to giro my time medicines, in accordance
with printed ditections, except in - sumo cases whale a
freer um of the Mandrake Ville is necessary. My object
is togive tone to themoniaeli—to get up a good Mir 0 -
titc. It is always a goon sign when a patient begins to
grow lingly. I have hopes of such. With a relish fw
food and the gratification of that relish coniA good blood
and x ith it inure flesh,' which' is closely followed by is
healing of the longs. 'I lion the cough loosens and abates.
the creeping chills mid clammy •night.sweats no longer
pi °stride and annoy, and the patient gets well provided
he avoids taking cold.
Now there are may consumptives who have not the
no ors to go to Florida. Ule question may he asked, is
the: o Ito hope fur such t Certainly taste is. 31y advice
to ouch is, end ever tots been, to stay a viirta room
daring the Winter, With a toniperat ore of libun t 0000013 0
which sltd - uld be kept n egulsrly at this point, by means
of a thermometer. Let suck a patient take his exercise
within the limits of the room by w alking up lied ilown
as much an Isle Bttebillt avill permit, sit order to kook up
a healthy enculatiou of the blouvL , I bare cored times
ands by this system, and can do so again. Consumption
is as easily cured as any oilier disease if it' is' taken his
time, and thoproper kind of treatment to piirsued. The
fact stands undisputed .on record that i•chouck's
ic Syrup, Man& eke pills, and Seaweed Tonic have clued
say may of what mewed to Ito hopeless cases of con
sumption. Os whets you will, you will he almost cer
tain to lied some pour consumptive who has been rescued
from the very just s of death by their use.
far,as thy 31andrake are concerned, cverphody
should beep a supply of Limo on Waal. ". They act on the
livor.better thancalouvel, and leaf. none of its hurtful
effects behind. Its fact they hair excellent in nil eases
where n purgative giedieniu; Is frequit pd„ If you balrif
partaken tee-freely of frbit and dun rhoca ensues, a dose
of the 31andrakes will SAM y0u..'..1f yen 'aro subject to
11iak headache, take a dose of the Nlandrakes and they
will repave you In tw Id you Would obviate the
enact Arai chango of water, or the too free indulgence In
frith, take out of the Mondial:us every night or every
other night, and you umy them drink water and water
melees, pears, apples, plumbs, peaches or corn, without
the fish of behtgonado sick by theta. ^ They will protect
those who the in daitip"i4ttistfoi.sr icalosf,;Fialls ad f o .
vele. Try thimt. They aro path:oily harmless. They
can do 3 on good only.
1 have ithatillettorinty professional visits to Boston and
NowcTork, Lut eodtieuo to 800 patients tit my; oflice;,No.
15 Nov th Sixth, .‘.ureet. rhilailelphia, every initurday i ,
frOUVO a. 1. totPp lit. ThOse'who wish a thorough ex
amination with the Itespritorneter till be charged five
dollars Thu Revpirometer declares the net tail condition
of the lunge; and It:Wetly:can readily learn it Nether they
aro cui able oc not:, ;putt desire It distinctly underatood
that rho talus . of thehnedicinee depeuits - entirely upon
their being taken strictly according to directions.
I conclusion, I will say that when persona take my
sii eilicines and their 03 steles ale Liouglit into iv healthy
condition the:why, they at a nut to liable to take cold,
3 et no 0110 stilt, ,11Belteell lungs env bear a sudden change
of atinesplicie vidthOut the liability of greater or less ir
ritation of the bronehial tubes.
ul.l directions in all languages accompany my mull
op "OOP cie4r 11114 isuy ; mac call use them
without tonenlting' MC., and 'con Mt UupgLt from any
diagglst, ' ;7 ",
11. SC ENCK, 31.
Sp. 12, 1870.1 y. ' No. 11 Sixth St, Philada.
For sale at Lewis' Book Store
min EAST CORNER FOORTD AND SPRUCE STB ,
E.CHILCOTE, (formerly of Huntingdon Co,) Itcdolt
Centrally located and the most convenient point for
merchants visiting the city. A cdoinmodathins 'of the
drat-class. All the modern improvements. Every at
tention will ho extrude to no rs ian6-Iy*
tr..l St.. N.Y. or 38 W. tl rimiz.nAl 1.0.
1 , 0" Man; the 11,..11 POI olur and host soiling
4111,4;1,11w, hor.lts pobli•hetl. and the ',my/ fib
-I,ll,rms. "end i run oui rl. TiwyWill cost you
t••dblog, and otay1100: great lionotit to you.
- - ' - • .. ,
TS .1=4... 13-MsIINTF3, ea the Phtladelphia
Caiseve hisiitais, 931 Arch St.; Prof. Dalton, 238 NY:
4th SL, Cincinnati, 0., and Dr. Greene, at Charlotte,
N. C. aro mak-
l o y g their s . g bi re n at
puree ieerAairVa l S \c l A d
1.. , c , I without ci th 0
knife or caustic ~.4 en edt
and with but little AS e, 0 Da i n. Every
root and Illini is CI ,_, kl led and re
loorod, lf taken In ,4 0 L. titneand eau
not reun. 800 aro ,:,...
at Id of bsgd. Ea.:
fessorti, mai) their 7/ f• • bogs. treat
thenta. Stealing ou r 01 07 441 advertise
ments. No others
ta:llttM°*thCrsholi'7ro'. For: seorvirtlarel.2adiressas
Sept. C. liens
. . .
• (MARBLE FRONT.)
' Chestnut Street, 'West of Fifteenth,
This new and elegant Hotel Is now ay= far
the reception of guesta. It Is of the most Modern
Construction, and furnished In a style unser.
passed by any of the Bret hotels of Europe
JONI?' CRUMP, Prop's.
GEO. FREEMAN, Sup't. •.
T I Groat An elic an I lalt I estt rn purifiesE iox.. d e,re,crotuiasi o pii,
Diseases, Rheumatism, Diseases of Women am/ all
(1110111 C Affections of the Blond, Liver and Kid
mos. Recommended by the Medical Faculty and
tl ~,,, +IIIId of our bent CI t hens.
Rend the testionone .1 Physicians and patients
who have used Itosn't oils scud for our Rosaulai is
Cubic to Health. cr \,. IlltUlliiriOrql.l.4ll.llr, whichno pooblirlo fir go at Woo. distribution : - It - -ro no
give you much valuable information:.: :., ~,
, Ds. It. W. Carr, of Baltimore says: -
1 take Pleasure in recommending your nosadab
is as a very poweoff roltmative. I Moro beCll it
111161 110%0 Merl milk happy] oqults— one in robe
,of secondary to, phi! is, in which the patient pre
nonnced himself cured after having taken o five
bottles of your medicine. The other Is It Cabo of
scrofula of long standing, which is rapidly - inn
proving under Its use, and tho Indications aro
that the patient will soon recover. I' have care.
folly examined the formula by which your Rom
delis Is made, and find it an excellent compound
of all alterative ingredients.
Dr. Sparks. of hlcholasville. Ky., says he lois
need I:medal's in cases ofscrofula and secondary
Syphilis with satisfactory results—as a cleaner of
oho blood 1 know no better remedy.
Paired O. McFadden, Murfreeboro' Tennessee.
I have need seven bottles of itoiradalls, and am
entirely cured of Rheumatism; rend me four bop
: ties, as Prvish it for my brother, who bas set ofu•
1005 6000 03 OS.
'BerOarnlnliecht t ol, of Lima. Oldo, writes, I have
rmffered for twenty years with an inveterate mop-
Don over not body; a abort thuo since tI pur
chased /I bottle of Itusadalie and it effetted a -w
Rosadalis to cold by John Bead and S. B. Smith,
tilantingdon, Pa., and Druggists generally.
Labratory, GI Exchange Place, Baltimore.
CLEMENTS & 00.,
I Felr.`44 yr. 20r3 p. 'Prpprieters.
Highest Premium, silver Medal, anarded ores nil
competition, at 3leclsuice Exhibition, Boston, October,
Mc original and gOnulno
SEL F•RRGULATIN G,
in ril PATENTDD DUST SCREEN,
ORATE BAR REM, and
W 110 GIIT-IRON RADIATOR.
For Burning Anthracite or Bituminous
Coal or Wood. ,
10 sizes for brickwork, and two sizes Portable
MkNUFACTORED ONLY BY
N. W. CORNER - 131.tr-AND FILBERT STS
PIIILADELPHIA, PA. " ~,,,
These Waters are made of heavy Wrought-Inn, wall
rig eted together, and are warranted to be absolutely gas
and dust tight. They arc the only heaters that are man
aged without may dampers, and to which all kinds of
fuel can be burned without alteration.
COOKING RANGES for hotels restaurants,
'-' and families,
'Also, a FLAT-TOP, HEATING RANGE,
FIRE PLACE HEATERS, -
LOW DOWN •ORATES,
SLATE MANTELS, -
REGISTERS es 'VENTILATORS. •
rullilddets giving :all description, sent free to Raj , ad
dress. (Jude 21-4-10.)
HOLIDAY GOODS !
No. 002 CHESTNUT STEET.,
Now offer their entiro imiiortation of
FOR TELE SOLIDAYR,
?peso Goods, 'freshly arrived from London,
Paris, Vienna and Heine; many' of theth en
tirely' new. to this city, here been expressly
made fur their retail vales, in every form,9f
oindtiiiint and use that Art and TastOetin de
vise, in .
Bronze, Mittble, Crystal, Porelditi; Gold;
Silver, bsathar, Ivary,,torloise Shell, (r7o. -
aini are now ready for the inspection of all
who will favoiwith a visit their MARBLE
No. 902 C hes.Vit nt , Street, PliiludelpLia
S. E. CALDWELL &CO
RIPER & HEIIREA-CANE,7-
tyar,Fartners havinglonin Corn can get
it manufactured on shares by calling on us.
T6i3 sllo'P' is located
NBA THE LOCK AT STONE CREEK
Oct 23 3m
1870c 3 rPets' 1810
FALL ST )("K
AT REDUCED PRICES.
JAMES A.; BROWN,
Is constantly rcccivingttk,,his Atow
IN 11U.ATTINGDONiPA:,:' I
Peautifal Patterns of Carl.' te, fresh from (the , "roomi- bt
the manufacturers. Ills stock comprises
COTTAGE • lIEMP, '
LIST and RAG CARPETS;-' , '
CARPET CIIAIN,• •`,
COCOA rind CANTON .1IATTINQS;:•:
• Fop% STAIR
• A FRESH STOCK OFt
WALL - P A F!'E'R',,
WINDOW'-SHADES and Fixtnred, Druugels. V.ohet
itug+, Poor Mole, Extra Carpet Threadittid iiileling. /;
girl' make it specialty of lurniabing CHURCHES red
LODGES, en City Priced, and inrito'FninidhinW,Conimit
tees to call and sea goods made exprnsely for t h eir pur
. dnyers will, sare money and be better noised by going
to.thereguiar Carpet and Oil Cloth Stortifor any of the
above goods. I defy competition in prices and ;variety
of beautiful pal lerns.• • s . , .
CAR P RTS 25 cents per YARD oud !UPWARDS. ,
• I have also rte Agency for the Original •
HO WE SEWINGIVIACHINE
so well liarned an the beat Fatiiily the
. . . .
Call 4.1 the CARPET S2'o.REatici see thcm.. .
"JAMES A .
INntitTgclon, 0,4.'4, '7O
JAMES SIMPSON: , -'
:BLE/I,AND BLEIGIWSOLESP i
WA GOY ISOXESj
• t:3Et r &ti±lllig' - ' ucf
lor.l;'iltrnacen; Forges; Or:It iliialawililits:Tanngetil
. , d f,2? . „,.„. „I S -
AND JOB WORK IN GENERAL.,,
AIICIIITECTUR j Ah Si ORNAMENTAL DEPAT.I'IIE•PP.
Iron Portia's and Terithdalis,' - •, -•
lla'cora,' Columns and
,Drop Ornament for , w9odep
p.rtlrosland-rarandalnC__-- ••• ~, !I' , .7 :•: , i• •
Window Lintels and Sills, -" .
Cast Orninnonta for 1./go:Klan -•--'t+ - % • `-' 1
Cellar illuddw Onarila 141 0000,, •
Chimney Tops utol Floes, • • '•••
Sash Weights, Carpet Stripa ? „
- Iteglntera, Heater's, Coal Grates; ' 'vt - •
'Vault Castings for coal and wood, cellars ..„ ~
-Ai Imis; 'free-biome, Lampposts, illtanlng-posttr,” "
porticos,. verandahs, palooulas 11?aor;
Yard and F9nroter,r , yenrea u a! a , i " 7) , r n 3il
Parlicptor attention paid to ` fencing ,Cemetery t .frs.
Address ' 7 ! ' l , 1 1. ' • JAMES SIMPSW
8023,68 • llurliti,g4s,ll.
HUNTIfidDON : IOUNDRti
BLAKE 84' Nok,Eiii:,
,(Soccessorp to J.1 1 1,9!1NN/*Gfl;Alt_AS9,Nilitt - ::
Iron and. Brass Totinclers;
IRON mid BRASS' OASTINOS lido Lqi i ref ciWea
Foundry. Ire, have alwaya on hand. all
"kinds 61 Plow and Stove Castings; Wash
, Nettles, cellar.wifidopa, Orntra t cdal hole
Olistings for pavements, Window wirighte
111 all sizes and weights;
and Sleight soles, Wagon boxes, Mitehirm - Castings, fi g
steam and wager, grist. saw: semen art plastor of
HE A TV, RS 'AND IRON cr,s,
of the most improved style, oven doors and frames,, doog
sills, and in fact teerything made in MS line. " " 4
We 'MVO a larger stnek.of pattern; and can furnish cas
tings at ehOrt notice: and cheaper than they' calf had
iu the country. Having a good drill, we arlyprepared ,tra
do drilling and fitting up of alt t,inde.' '"-
Olden in Liestars' Now Ituilding,,lip,Vieet —Hunting
W. BUCU tzrk;
NEWSTOVE AND TINISTOIir
BUCHANAN; AbLISON4 Cb
Have opened ti new Store in Yenler'e new•Lnilding,•ln
the ;Almond, Huntingdon, Pa., and have ready for sale
a large araortauent of " • •"'l• •'"
Cook and 'Parlor Sto3ios;
SPIRCR'S ANTI-DUST egeK•grorp3,
SMITH'S REGULATOR and EuREKA„ . OOK STOVE T S:
and LITTLEEIELD'S IIEATERE. 3
Abe, a largo arsortment 0e E 17: C:
ir3V . 440 PIESSEP:rAgI2'
and a'great variety` 'of
W° fa" IN,.P qac kurd ; , ;1 7: 'it) 0
TI DI WARE .TO .O.RDER:I) ;1
0417 Country Stores supplied. with TO
V. Ware at . city
Tatra. ,-• ;: ;ft: '3." if a .111 1.144
Confident of being able to make it ,adyantageons to
their eustomore tbey reigfeethtny anfi r eit a'illiarti of piiblia
• • • 1.01}.1
IN TILEDIAVOND,'IIII fiTINGDOW;PX.
1 J0:1.6,1870C I; 11
M" fleeing ur
Tetnod from the east with
. • En ,',S
: : , • ~(,
BOOTS' BITOSEAS d-44./TER4 1 ,,tC•„0.~
Which be oflire to tho inopoction cooltiroors.anil
tho puhlic generatil. 'lle will Oen his stock at the moot
end fhoso irho . pnrclinilo OnCo will surely call again.
BOOTS'S; SHOES MADE, TO ORD R, ,
,‘ • - . 11:-) .")(i
and REPAIRING dodo in the ind ni,cot expe4l.
liout manner.:.,•; . • I:11 'C:111:390
'Call noun Mr. Schaeffer n't life 'shop 0n...11111 atreat,
low doors !eat of the Dlanohd: I : • 1::1 10.114,186 i 11
N''w.BOOT - Apn: s EIOE 5T0P,14..
. 1 •,:iii::l
•'' AritiCe ° "
Informs tho public thot ho hos jot
°paned at ht. yid Tod ip tho Almond,
Hunt gd9D, , i'if; '',l;l
A , Fine ,, Asgortment of; alt fkialls , of
BOOTS 'Am:if •
For Ladies ,Gent/einfart.4o;_d,,
MI of which ee will sell at ROT, . r Pf l utifs cflri
profits.:Nl I ads]
•tlanufacturing and Repotting dlona•i o nAti" , , pa.
Iluntlngden, Ap. 14, IRO. • s rr ' '
• TO . E CD F 1 4 . 561V61 Dr; [ .
• ••.. -
Boot. and, Shoo -En:lporturrt
. "19.ELN WP , T11 3 1 1 9,9X I r.•
Reapectfully,informs the , tNATAPT ,yl , l 4Arlyj
viclolti , that be hatijipt Veveivettitomi eh et a. .5.
514°T,111Pcicr -• : 9CI 0 C., r. :1011ra
•BO C1'1 1 ,9 'IIO,.EB,IIATS: ttr i GAPSitl,
Ilbsiery,: , 'Shoe:Finilfligs; l SaVi
:Trunlisi: -cbc.," tcPa is i
nil of w1t191 , 11 ,. .9As Rrprarekti, piq lat OpallYirVicaOria44
Deng forget the new eland in the Diatrind. Qldeusto.
mere and the public gouerally pro invitod Waal!. /I ii r,l
lien tingdon, ap. 7, 18C9. , •
HE,,WINT.E.R.TER4 1,) utio
-a • ':;,) ) (1 ‘ , ..1 1 - 1,-ota
A. scp.ooL.V.o,ll DOTI! SE.X.VSi.
..iir.7.TA7lil[l.l.oz '5, 1871: wil.' ilnllrliaas i tlarqn..th
131 imprn‘cd.,utur P,liihrophica.,Aprir.pwrrx.viao.y .
and a lull corps of afliclura Tunglurs. •
Thu nabbol js worrlr3stetll ,
i i 4
BUNTINOWN, PA: l '" 1:1 :11"